The Florida sentinel
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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 20, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, TUESDAY, MARCH 20., 1866() ; 'NO. 61. ,

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he ID j. Tl hM! >iuti l Warlike Preparations,- in Canada Justice ta> the South. The NatlonallncomeUfStudyalld(From the New York Times. Conspiracy to Depose' the' President

The Springfield Mass. Republican ,
6' Id FUBLlsngD! EVERY [WHAT THE.TORONTO--- PAPERS. .BAY docs the South:! no. more than simple'' Unparalelled Increase. The simultaneous allusion ,of the

Tansday!: Thursday and Saturday, A Toronto dispatch dated March' justice in the following notice of tho The increase In the National Treas- President in Washington, and Secretary

: 9th, says all the Canadian militfa.arc "itualiop": ury, from Custom duties at the Portof of State in New York' to' the
SAT TALLAIIASSEKS.FLORIDA.r being enrolled and it is expected That there have been, and will Now York, thus far, thfiwe has possibility assassination: ; has' called
-- that they will be called out immediately contiuue.tube, occasional c: ins.ances averaged $620,370 a day, as follows : attention to the declaration of Philips ,

TEU.TJS: ; oluntocrs, in companies amisqi of cruelty towards the freedmen in Monday, $900,839; Tuesday; $4'4Gi that "the Presidential obstacle
1N: DV.A.NCE : all the the South there is doubt. So there 271 ; Wednesday $463,000 ; making must be removed." One of''the
......................... ads,' arc- rallying from
! Per Annum, .......$3 00 back towns for the defense-of the have been and will yet be terrible tho total (!Jpr the month of February$12,018,659against schemes for getting him out of tho
Fur Six Months........ 4 00
BlnRle" Coe|| ............................... 10 frontier.' Over 21)OllO) (\ volunteers arrived crimes committed by some of the negroes only $4,823,214same way, is disclosed by Co!. Ilillyer, formerly -
.r- ..,.,......,.. ..,.,......,.. -.-- - here last night, and arejbilleUed ; and justice and mercy to !. month, last year. This'showsan of 'Gen.' Grant's staff. In 'a
RATES OF ADVERTISING, on tho citizens. both classes enquire that the Government increase in the month just closedof speeds before a meeting of militarymen
** The aI'ully aroused should] be present by its agentsin $7,195,415. The ,aggregate income he made this statement.
; r.o
TO It MID FOR IX ADVANCe: people \
the South until civil rule\ i is from this source through the "There
his 'a few ,fully was a conspiracy now
shirks although
One ninnro' (12 Sonpnrell} I,)or lees, for the man duty, New York thus far in
re-established. But those who single port'of
first Insertion.$1 00 have been arrested through a mis sup hatching at Washington to' deposethe
Each lilbscqnent tnnertlort .............>.. 75 conception'of the order calling! them pose that the white millions of the the current fiscal year, Commencingwith President: The argument' was,
'E.tate and Legal 1 Notice to be charged out.. All the railroads along the line :South) are engaged in shooting down July 1, 1865-is $90,206,621, or ,a that Tennessee was not a loyal State,
t the sane a. tttiimlent nrfvortlnemonU, of the frontier are keeping engines and killing the black millions as a monthly average of $$11.275,703, and that Andrew Johnson being a
except Hulled of Dlaml'ilou" a. Adminimrnior victims equal to the enormous[ annual amount Teuncs'seean
are of
fired off trains. It is estimated pasttime was not eligible to the
1 fur whloh tho up.to
shall be.
charge 18 00
which would leave
' Ohltiriry Bailees and Tribute of Respect that. 30,006 troops are now their own iu :lamed imaginaiions.l .- $135,308,486, office. A jointresolutiomi would pass
charged at ack ertl+onio'ito.THE armed and readyto march if ati'inva- official testimony, collectedby loss than forty-six millions to be Congress declaring him a camper,
hioh takes place. The authorities the Freedmens Bureau, shows made up by the outports, in order to and nil the horrors of the French

' SENTINEL ai'e sanguine of then-ability to drive that already the freedmen are neatly [ realize an estimate of' $180,000,000, Revolution would follow. We mustoppo'se .

: back, and defend their hciines againstany all at work quietly on wages. as the aggregate of tho'year's revenue the conspiracy, and defeat: it,
It the on'y' piper In. Florida that Is published from Customs duties .
throo H-ncH a week,and thernforvatrord.Ito iul Fenihn' invaders.' Alll troops In 'Louisiana and Te\a-i, in fact in exclusively.This thereby showing the enemies of the
t" .. scribers the readiest! me.inii of obtaining tho U-> have drilled' since 2 'o'clock this all the cotton region, the demand revenue is specifically pledged Union, both iu and out of Congress,
for }l-iborois li the to meet the annual coin interest that those who fought for its
test now by telegraph! raiiCi: and full re. morning. exeee supply, preservation
pt"t of the Nut v York nod Southern Market A full of ammunition has und the Freednu'ii's Bureau is shipping charge) on the National debt, ,which, still recognize the stars upon
.....,.. supply the date of the latest official exhi "
It will' uUo give fill rOIor..Or the proceeding been issued to and the railroad men Irom Virginia and the District at its banner.
ufihj.. L.II..t'lre., The Sentinel!l furnished to trains troops made and readyto of Columbia to that section. bit, (December 1865)) stood at $G8,- Let the, people stand by the President -
are ,
"I' I"IIII11'J' "t the In veil firing rates. up disbursements the
; move at a moment's notice to any The Georgia planters complain that 039,275.The on and defy the machinations of
of attack. all.their bent hands arc being taken coin interest account through the the Jacobins.-Macon Telegraph. '
i lOB PIU' %'I'ING. point ", : : United States Sub-Treasury in ,this
Many are. current, nttd one further :South:; under the inducementof I' ---- -
la oonnlxtnn'vith tho Sautlnol!, we have a .upurlir pretty generally reports 'cro'ditud that I'm-; higher wa-jevthan; they can IIfl" AH I varied awortmont of new Jobbing have been $29,277,534 or less
only ,
called assemble to pay, and they call for Northern tribunal, out West Cincinnati
I lament will be to ( we
M tterl, and art p'rcpijfcd, to exec' te de. the
( overy : than third of customs receipts
farmers and labgrefs their a i believe has
snrlptln\" I..r work In that, line with nontnens and immediately, and that the writ of ,supply ,) just decided the very
dnnpitcli.' Al.o on 'hand, n (line assortment of habeas corpus will be suspense I and places, Under these circumstancesit of the office, which now .holds a cash important question-What constitutes ,
Inks fir printing In colnri. Onluri mail is that theSouthern balance (in coin and currency) to the I
by or martial I liw, proclaimed before the impossible people a lady's wardrobe ? And we
cxpre'i will receive prinnplnttentlon. Ourprl- iT'th' of March. should not See 1 that it is to their credit of the Government of $106- hasten gratify the curiosity of our
ere iro is low a. the present high cost of stock 128,646, against $82,551,643 on the
The Globe of this, morning, makes interest to d'rl: fairly with their la- many readers of the dearer sex, by
in aerials' 1 11 >or and living will admit of, and are 1 lot of Felruary. The receipts of the
boreis and thero is 'no
Wu\ tlii I'icre.ue.l rates which rule In other I and announcement that the government ; Southern reporting case :
lines of Intl"es.. '. had received information thaton i ,newspapers) or, public man of inlhience office from: all sources in the past .' Airs. Jane T... Long, wife of General

-,--. -- _-: St. Patrick's day, number ol tllat'aCS u t-give such counsel month, were one hundred and forty- Long, sought' recover from the
,,, five and half millions dollars.
The masesof the Southern a of tho,
Fenians would cross the river and people owners steamer General Buell,
wf.ctJ i.onl1! !nJ1p. for the bad Government has also received two for value of trunk and
join in the profession in the cities, ate ho more responsible contents lost,
ut'the rufTuns.. them hundred ,and twenty millions dollars and claimed that the
and create local disturbances to at- conduct ,. among ,, articles'enumer.ated .
A. J. PEELER tract the attention of the nrfitaty! I. than the North), is for the excesses of from internal: revenue in the pastthirtythree fiscal legitimately belonged to a lady'swardrobe

while the main force would strike at its plug uglies and siloull(>r.hitters ; weeks of the current : Mozambique: dress skirt,

ATTORNEY AT LAW, different points on the frontier. and wu 'doubt whether the statistics year, or equal to a weekly average $9 ; checked grenadine, $39 ; black
would show if 'Collected of over sit: million and six hundred alpaca do $47 silver colored
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Oiftje The Globe calls upon President accurately : would ; grenadine
Johnson to interfere. It Rays the and compared: that there\ has been thousand dollars, which do, $40 ; delaine\ do, $20 ; lawn
up Stare over the State Bank much moreiolciceand: crime in tho give a yearly aggregate of nearly skirts, $20 lawn dress $25 drab
of C nada am abundantlyable ; ;
K3P .ll"o iiiiui' 'tutu 9 a. tn to 1 p. m., and people millionsj
frt n 3 to 5 o. in. to give the ruffians a w'arm reception South than in the North since the three hundred_and forly-four silk do, and mantle, 130 ; drab silk

'Ie'no'r 21 -bmAEDWIN' but it is a poor repaymentto close of the war, in proportion to the'j I of dollars. bonnet, 940 ; corseta, $20 ; carnbiic

A, HART the Canadian Government for its number of people. Manifestly there Added to the probable customs I underskirts, $11 ; muslin: do, $52 ;
such would,revenue ii: coin, on the basis of the two lull moral
action during the ,rebellion in the has been no excess as skirts, C"20 ; night
ATTORNEY AT LAW Southern States, to be now cpmptlled justify an attempt to treat the entire ruling price of gold, this. would make wrappers, $66 ; one dozen embroidered
the national income from both sources
whit as felons and outlaws linen chemises $192 velvet
t to spend money and blood in resisting population ;
MADISCN FLA. mentioned I"above, for the whole year hat $13 nine silk
the outrages planned in,these ; belts and sashes,
'1'TlTr. practice I In the Court of the Middle States of the neighboring Republic.The e. Letter equal to five hundred and ninety S 18 50 ; toilet soap, 12 ; lawn
> (ii roil. million of dollars in lawful
Fubru irv 16, lsue.'f city papers this morning con A money. drawers, $40 ; silk Basque, :30 ; vel-
tain two columns of special dispatches An elderly lady and gentleman' Add again to this the anticipated vet lack :Bible, $10 ; ivory comb,

. W, H V7HITNER, from all parts of Canada, givingnews were riding a few days ago in nu om- rev'nuo from sales of public lands and 12 ; fans, $20; ; jewelry, $81;; gold
of military preparations from nibus. O\put\ ito to then bat a pleasant and other miscellaneous: sources, bracelet, $140 ; pearl: earrings, $90,;

ATTORNEY AT LAW, which it appears that every city is looking young lady with a line, we may fairly assnme the grand forthe income silver salt cellars lined with gold,

MADISOX, FLORIDA. turning out in full strength. As fast noble, chubby, crowing, bully of a of the National Treasury June 850 ; gold buckle, $30 ; total, including
iu her Cbnvcisation year ending on the 30th of other( articles (: : .
PKAUTIUB IN THE COURTS OF as troops arrive they are arganized boy lap. arose :2,001.11'8.
WILt MMdli' ClrDult.a. the A next, will approximate six hundredand Long recovered the
) !3, 1805-f into battalio'hs. They ale to be between parties. steamship : darn\gcs: to
million Dollars in
drilled! five hours each day. from Chag cs had just arrived and fifty currency.AK amount claimed.THE .
if --- To day there was turn-out en the good looking lady, with the 'chubby x--00 .- e .. -_

I To Printers and Publishers. masse of the citizens to make a demonstration jut enilt, wished to I know the news OLD CASE SETTLED.-The De- NEXT STEP.-The Buffalo

--;o;- of strength. From the 1'0 III al king that her husband had troit Tribune mentions the final set Commercial, (Rep.) in an article endorsing

Having large lot of surplus! alacrity with which calls have been been away fifteen -months that day, tlement of a case that was in Court the President's veto of theFreellruen'b
answered it seems the annexation to and she \\as very anxious to hear over 300 yi-ars.! About the year 15110ngust Bureau Bill, says :

PRINTING MATERIALS the United States, and all other difference from. him. Aud then the good look- :\ Troutwcin, !living in the Nor- "But one step now remains to complete .

of opinion, succumb to the ill"'ounO'" lady proceeded to indulgein thern part of Germany, loaned a sum the good which has been so
I odor for .a1e, Fort CASJ, the following aril J >
Dies nt dangers of the hour. The excite a long and I pathetic I dissertation\ on of money to Count Mansfield! who auspiciously entered upon and conducted
is hourly incre 'sing. The the discomfort and annoyance of died without paying the debt. Nearly by the President, and that is
On half Manufacturers' Prices. ment
held in readiness for immediate I wives when husband's go off and stayso all the claims were contested by that he issue the final proclamation of
WAfelllXaTOM IIASDP1tESSeizeNo. troops are
One Stn: god rdcr cmbaikation. Volunteers get long from their hoin.'s. the heirs of Count Mansfield, and the peace which is alone nceded'to
One WASIU ( fORAND PRESSilzeNo. maJam rema-koJ the elderly whole indebted to throw around the Statrs full and final -
.; 2, In itxiwHniil ", 'dor, twenty five cents! and ratio a per day. "True, : : estate, being a
I 25O lit. RItl;VII it. The Orange Welchman of to-day gentleman, who had never great extent, WitS put lender seques- restoration ot'their federal rights.
:4')01hs.'\Olh.. SM ruso.\rl.l'ItlMER PIIJA : The Fenians of this city will 'known the pride and pleasure. of paternity tration, and has, ever since been un- Such a step would at once put an end

'. 20 12 r'II1"font-ion DldlTY TYPE I TYPE.OUASES says walk on St. Patrick's D.iy, armed :, "but, then, that fino little fellow der the administration of the Prussian to all doubts' and uuceitaint! 's which

< \S11E.S, UIII.E9, LEXD3, FUR. I, with pikes and revolvers, and it calls iuu"t be a great pleasure and Government. Lately, however, have been so industriously thrown
NI PURE, and In Cal vvor)Ihlllg lace'eary the to'prevent this walk comfort to yon," chucking, at the I the case has been settled, and the around the problem of reconstruction
gutting mil a paper twice the size of the upon Mayor I
"tiunllnei.: ing. It is believed that the influence I salute time,, the jolly little follow under money loaned three hundred years and would simplify the question of
Prnprletor W. Florida A. SHOBER duntlnel., of peace-loving Catholics will restrain the chin, who crowed, and swell I ago with accumulated interest, Congressional j jurisdiction, concerning -

the more violent men, and that the I ed, a..d stared at the old gentleman's amounting to over million dollars, which ''iHlr national legislators are
P, B, BROKAW'S' procession will be abandoned. The spectacles ; "a remarably fine boy- paid to the heirs:, of Troutwein. One I having, so .much unnecessary trouble. -
" these heirs lives in Detroit and .. ,
Watchman also assort that Bishop what might be his age, madam. of --
:LIVERY AND SALE Lynch has declared his intention to. "Just three months, sir," replied ho received his share, which was an FEELIXO!: OF THE SOUTHCUW\ I'E"-

avoid tho danger and responsibility the pioud young mother. eight hundred and fortieth part of PLE.-The Southern Presbyterian,

Stables of a battle which may occur on the "1'hreetaonthse !" replied the'elder- the whole sum published at Columbia S. C., speaking

I l.Jf Irish national day. ly lady,, "three months! I thought e. of,slavery, says : "So far as we

... you said yotlrlitlsbamd had been away Jar The Richmond Sentinel has ourselves are concerned, we are glad

TALLAHASSEE;; FLA. Among those who signed the call fifteen mouths. > been emerged in the Enquirer.' that the institution overthrown.

:i -ALSOCIRRUGES for the grand mass meeting at Wash Tho good l looking lady blushed i We fael that we have been emancipated
ington.to sustain the President's vela very deeply, but soon recovering from t- Dr Jayneone of tha wealthiest from an onorous and intolerable

.+, BUGGIES, WAGONS was the''old veteran, lion. Amos the momentary confusion, and remembering and most enterprising citizen burden, without inc'Trring any r-

'? AND HARNESS- FOR SALE., Kendall, one of Jackson's.cabinet offi herself, she- ejaculated, of Philadelphia, died, On Mondaylast. spoDsibiliiie as to tho future tit stint.

,, a a. e ,..aUI"J'y.. ",tlt-f cers. "Oh but be ba! writ. once. f". Re wu 'worth 13,000,000. of the wgrscs.:

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tJtt j $t.dbt. 1. Trial of Major John II. dec. Our Washington Correspondence. the present, time. But the,only 'wairantfor1 OeD BY; 'ITELjECRAPWICONGRESSIONAL ,,
Is letter from -
*,tJ'>> hovel received The Raleigh Stand-- thlli supposition a ; '
..: L-----t \vhlth Bpoolul.:! to Tfio Florida! Eenllntl. HOWARD, of February 23, In, which he NEWS 1-
: t2' contains, full, reports of the <* I '
( 'that
'. !.Ar.1..Af.JA8f"Ellf: :, I' rtfai of :Major JOHN H. GEE, now"progiMsfng Ttnntsict to It Admitted-Another Remark- says that the President assuied him WAsni.iOTOir;' March 13.-The'Serial

x.: In that the 8th 'ft / 'Erpo- the present l law will continue in force for refused to the bill fur the admission
city, ,up to Ins., atlefftftech! by th eiiifcnt( !:-" today, pass

!TUESDAY, MARCH 201oo. )whfch Includes the thirteenth day. 'N(' r' lei the! Plots of tfa Radicals to"break up a year lbftgerv The President- may have of Colorado into the Union.
I Denounces said Du't"Iiith Inclined to think that .. The House, by a vote of 109 to :S')'!1),
7. .. ==---at: ly J.he'hole' time since our last report of the Go.tr..mtlll-ftD "theyi at so.
passed the Senate bill declaring that nil
"Ajrrnt* for'TJio' Sentinel. (the Uinl, bh been taken' np'till, he exam Worn than SceeinoMsis-Jfow Long tall Gen. HOWARD misunderstood the President poisons' white or black, born hi the United ,

'of 'witnl' the Continue 1: and that the! l latter said_ that the citizens of the )
,Mr/D.H. Witsox lit Qnlne tyation stl far the prosecution, I' Irecilmcn't Jiurrtta -Gtn. Slate, to be United -
from whom nothing! Folrr-Tl'alrt'cal'i at Hit Fieedmrn'i Bureau will continue In force States, and that the Government ihnul.l
Mr. TUOMAS: JESKISS!!, at Madison, ., | of particular] intrrisllias Capital.
iIfssisv'DREW & OAR Jacksonville.' ...(Jtfen elkited., )Ve fw'onld he glad -, '"ulIIGTof,1I1arch 3, 8GG. for a year after the end of tho war (which protect them in their civil lights and fur
j their vindication
% nish the means for ,
Cfjl.! lit. J.TAILOR. til FrinanTliiia.Ma lo'II publish\ thl':whole thtnj}, but/or: the In spite'of the objections of THADDEOS Is indeed thet language of the law ciea. nothing, however, in (the Act lo be con

,' F. C. BARRETT, at Gainesville.! want..of fpace.. Some,half Joze'i'witness-: ) STEVENS and the other Radical leaders, ting the Bureau,) and which would be strued 59 as to effect the laws of any
I prisoners '" tire of have about next May, as the ,war ,ended lust State concerning tie! light of Rufl'iage.WASIIISOTOS .
Mr. C. E. Jons-doic, ,at Mont ullo.I I ,rs, mostly former Were examined Republican members Congress
: : May. Indeed if the l law'ci eating the Bureau March 11--In the Sen-
Mr W. i.. BTROMAH, I Ii fit entrov lle. maily all of whom testify to an in- decided to admit the Representativesfrom ,
Mr. Davis offered! a resolution
ate today,
the rules
Mr. JOHN A. GEU'PB, at Savannah", Gn.Vto sufficleu''qua ILity'of rations and bad she!, Tennessee at an early day; and a Is construed that the joint committee! on Bi-constiuc-

". tor, which: is about all they have as jet resolution to that effect will be Introduced by which all laws are con tr'ued, any law-' lion ought to take the teslnuony of a leasonaltle -

under obligations to :CAM- 'sworn lo. In this connection, Major.GEE ahd"passed about the beginning of nest yer :or., publicist must See that the powersputtie number of persons whose: nnmes
aRON. tri'Lhe Bureau nlust terminate! one lear may bo suggested, by Senators and. Rrplesenlatives -
-'puts following defence : week. It will beioted for by at leasteighty
from the Southern States -
fi'om time end of th whIch was the
<) war, ,
York Times. BY TUB DEFERS, members of the House,,.which will Mr. Grinns objected, and the .resolutiongoes
f stated the authorities' I be It. !The House moment ft hen thor was no longer a Confederate .
------- .-----' to at Richmond quite enough: to carry over
: \ I the'condition of the tbe' army in the field. The bill to increase and fix the military
... A REOVLAR "DRIZZLE UROZZLB.;'-After fiisoirat Salisbury, will! thus express their contempt: for
| which I knew froth what the prisonerstold Committee their I am glad that you have such a 'cour peace establishment of the U. S., was
neatly or quile/ four wVeks of, dry me and from'my own ofcservaton.I ( .- of fifteen, and determination teous-and accomplished officer as Geh. then discussed and passed. It contains' a

weather! In consequence of which our made as full a statement of all the, factsIn to resume their own functions, and i proposition for negio regiments.
of'tho Derailment
> ,streets have been dusty disagreeable, the case as could bo made-repi'esen, their own constitution!)! powers of ,deciding FOSTER, in command The House was engaged with the joint
; ted the smallness of tho accommodations on the qualifications of their oivn of Tloiida. Every one I see from the resolution making an appropriation for 'I't
visited eatly thfs with *
'we were morning a -the scarcity of supplies. I made these Slate, speaks well of his aft' bllity addslrict'lmpartiality. the Paris Exhibition for 186;. ,"IW ,
'slight rain, since which tlnJeli_ ,continues statements to Gen; Gardner,'of the prison members. behevo'it 'wlll'n ASIIIIIGTOIIIal'ch\\ 15.-Ths* Senate "

t after the manner above. indicated.. Department, Mr. Seddon, _secretary of Your readers- ;will! be glad 'to..,, !loam, dint I concurred in the House amendments and \

s ... 1 War and Gen. Campbell, Assistant Secre (President Jonxso.t stands firm on the be long before the President's proclamation passed !he Civil right's; bill. It now

DISTISOUISI1D" AnnivALa.(4" tary of War. I also frequently saw a Mr. ground w'hicli he took in his veto message will\ l relieve the Southern States of awaits the signature( the PicsidtMit.!
-Major Hatch, in charge of the Bureau of Exchanges the last vestiges of military government.. The House was! engaged today with a ..
:General p. II. SIIERI'DAST U. S. A. and Child and and subsequently in his speech of Feb, ti'
under Gen. spoke of 'Ila'st consideration! of the Loan Bill.
But, fiom all accounts while It does
,.Adjutant General QEOROB LEE, of hisstaff' these things to him ; and protested againstthe ary 22. lie' has 'since made another I

arrived in our'city by last'evening'strain : prisoners being brought to Salisbury, speech, much more brief, and to a much Florida) can congratulate itself'bn' the NEW YORK MARKETS. t

( and are, we understand, guests of in the most decided terms. smaller audience, but em 'od)'ing the same mildness and justice of its military government &EW YORK; March" 13.-Colion dul!

BY THE cOll T. sty and declined Ia2c. !Sales] to day 1,010
doctrines and sentinleuts in even strn t'rInnguagt' tI : ,
.Mayor General FOSTER. u .. .. I
What sentiments did these officials holdin I refer now to his reply to n have seen many ladies and :gentlonienhere bales
reference tQ the suflbi'iugs of these prisoners : Gold, 129 7.8. ,
from Flo' ida and I understand
delegation from the :Marl'land many
OUR WASHINGTON CORBESPO?>DE;(CE. being a ground for exchange.A. Legislatureon NEW YORK, March 11.-Cotton is
-We take_ pleasure in Informing our readers Gens Gardner and Campbell seemed the 1st of :March. It is evident from more kie coming.=: Most of them, ol'conrs' steady ; sties today, 2,500 bales at 41c.

that have made arrangements inclined to extend relief to the prisoners language of this reply and that of time will visit Washington for the first time 111 Gold, 130 12. .

we Doth spoke of being Ender control speech of February 22, that the mind of four or five years, and they will find many NEW YORK, March 15.-Cotton is firm;
with an able corrl'spondent..ln"Washinll- of the War Department Mr, Seddon sales to day, 800 bales, at 41 cents. s
the Fiesident Is 'deeply Imp! essed with changes and improvem'bnts!! : If they stop
'ton Cit)',hose firsts letter appears iu our seemed very obdurate ; I could get no .-
issue of to-day. He will keep our people satisfaction from him, and he seemed Lobe the magnitude of the 'crlme which the at hotels here, I would recommend the NO VIOLATION OF Till: NEUTRALITY

annoyed at bring approached on the Radical majority of the present Confess Metropolitan( where the table is excellent, LAWS BY THUfciXIANs5;;: WILL

posted on matters in WShIDgtonand subject. Judge\( Campbell treated me are committing, in keeping( out of' their the rooms cnm'fortably and elegantly] furuished'hud BE ALLOWED, *
particularly such as relatevspecially to and the condition of
kindly, regretted ,
'.be people or the State of Florida. ''" the prisoners, bub from Seddon I could seats the Southern members of Conguss. !. the prices, model ate. They INTERNAL REVENUE TAX.VTIOX TO

get no satisfaction at all.. In this reply the President shows"that will find too, that Washington has, nt BE REDUCED. .

Rsvrsw.-There vn a I think the district of Salisbury embraced Ire men who are now the RadicafRepub Grot'-er's tlmeatre'u dramatic company flily'rqual'to -

general review, 14 counties, leaching from South Leans were the men who at the 1 the test in New YUI i,'al this morning at 11 I o'clock, of the troops Carolina to Virginiauwhich furnished supplies very to that linn appealed; Minister hns been scrod, by the 'lueininent -
stationed in this city,',by Major General for that place.,, North, in 1860, were, trying to dissoh"eand time: 11ar&1I; o'f any the that no violation of the ,.pul'alilv',

SIIERIDAK, who arrived here last evening.We Here the witness gives the names of anumbr break up the Government for the upon ,.Washington theaties 'lames! by the Fenians willi! hr pcimitleil.
: purpose of destroying slanr '. Comparing I for many years. [The old] English The Canadinin\ are\ repnried' to )ho
did not attend ourselves but understand of counties contained in the district -
; ciiiuedies and greatly al.umeil] in nppuOiefisioii L'f a Fe
these men with the secession of ;Shakspeai plays, the
and ''continues: ,
that it was pretty generally witness. pulp IUI'aaion.
best plays of the modern legitimate: drama
ed bur citizens, potwithslanding the There was a railroad traversing the district 1860, L1iePrebidentsailthQlgh these at this The CommftW on With fiiid :\1"111" s
inclemency of the weather. The I through threo counties, and the' W parties disagreed( in the object they wished are brought oat theatre /style bade acieed to lepoit a very' tuiixiilein-(

troops, N.'C. R. R extended west to the western to accomplish, they agreed ii: one that reflects great credit' upon the liberality bin/ I'ediictioit ot the !Inletiml llevenuotaxation.

particularly the 7th Infantry, acquitted borders of the district; there was no thing, and that was the destination of the and enlarged! \lensof the manager. Tfiej (/niposp' espcufilly: to repeal'of -
themselves handsomely, nnd no doubt transportation to other counties except while 6 Ver cents per ton now levied
Formerly, Washington was
wa'ons-can't as to the relative Government-so far as that point Is con on ''f1' iglllS.
Gen. S. was well pleased with their con- by say ._
with soldiers it fashionable
amount of supplies drawn from that section cerned, one party was as capable 0.1 the was not to ei.to
duct on the occasion. The Band belong the theatre. But it in different,
now, LtSS
\ but I know large supplies had been other." lie then went on to show it OP ANOnil.R l: SAVANNA
ing to the 7th enlivened the occasion with drawn from theie-in these counties the why and the housV I is filled every night by se STEAMER: AND FIVE 11UMJU1.U::
was that the Radical Republicans anti abolitionists and fashionable audience
their usual variety of most excellent mu. products were COI'DI'heat ; /pioMsions, lent BALLS::! COTTON
of the --
sic, and the day passed off satisfactorily : generally-theie was a short crop-there North supported the NEW YORK, Maith 13.-The s'enmer:
Decline In Gold.
would have been an abundance for the and he shows: that did ,
to all. war ; they not Sari Jacinto, of the Satannnh line, was
people!, but the drainage of, supplies for it from any love for the Union, or in order Tli3 gold premium has declined to binnl nt her dock in I this city this in"" uing ,
As soon as the'rniew't.u; over, we un- the army made it scarce-tllei e were sawmills about thiity-thive per cent., and is likely Five hundred blllE's"t'
derstand, General SHERIDAN took a spec on the W. N R. 1..=one small one to restore the Union, but l-ecanse to falL a+ it did last spring, to thirty or destroyed with the \ essel.LATER cotton wend

ial trail for St. Marks, where he will take near Salisbury cannot speak of the they held the Southern people and the, louei. The Secretary of the(, Treasury
facilities for transportation! on the road. war gare them an opportunity to gratify isieportedto) have said that he could
a steamer for New Orleans. FROM '
There had been! a good; deal of transportation that hatred. He said that the kpiiitwhich easily: cause a farther decline ; but the EUROPE.ARRIVAL .
before Mr. Stonemau came, but fall, during the last week, wus withoutany
FATAL SHOOTINO is SAVANNAH.-The he rather scattered it. There were several at the North, was making: war exercise of his power over the mar OF THE AFRICA-

Savannah Herald of the 10th says : That saw mills on the road, that had A! upon the Government in I860 and 1801, ket. No gold has been sold by the

;Sunday morning'Constable Isaac Rus good deal of lumber about them, two 'I joined' with them who were for the Union Treasury for a week past ;, though, during HALIFAX, March. 1''.-The steamshl/) : I
was familiar with, that turned out a treat the previous week, the sum of twelve Africa has arrived at this poll! with European -
those who 'for
the rebellion
sell summoned a jury of twelve men, for deal of lumber. Those who ran the mills, were imlh'M.s was put into the market. The advices to the 4th instant.

the purpose of holding an Inkiest on the were generally detailed conscripts, sub. iu order that it might vent its]mat,ed and, Treasury still corairands a large amount MARKETS.

I body of ROBERT A. CLUNE, who had been ject to the orders of the goveinmenl and spite'upon the South. lie then! above\ of gold. The Liverpool cotton market qu'et'

r shot the night previous, in front ff the they could not dispose of the lumber with. n conc'. .ion, that the Fame Radical Republicans Many persons; marvel at the fact that but steady. Sales on the iM was, lO.lKii)
out permission of the proper olliceis-I the price of living:;: are still maintained at
Screven House. After the jurors were were engaged'now:;: in the tame bales, of which 4000 were taken by
think they reported to Maj. Chisman at the same_rate which! ,prevailed when gold
sworn they examined: the body, and, leaving Greensboro'. r.efarious attempt }jo break up and revolutionize wns two hundl'eol.n actual scarcity of speculators! and exporteis.Uon :

it in the bands of Dr. FISH, they proceeded I cannot recollect any thing of a correspondence the Government He said-"\Ye commodities, caused by diminished production l-3u70; ols 3.4,,86 7- a8Tno twenties, 70.

between Gov. Vance and the now find an to change the character and suddenly increasing consumption -
to hear the testimony, The two attempt The political news is
Secretary of War in regard to the starve ) has been and still is among the unimportant
principal witnesses testified that Mr. Tow ing condition of the northwestern coun of the Government, which we-niust causes of high prices, as well as the redundancy -

who was charged with the shooting, did equally resist. The attempt LOW ,Is to of paper cunenc)'. But prices ARRIVAL OF THE JAVA.

not do it intentioca'.r, whereupon the ties.A great many of the millers of the consolidate, to concentrate( power here, tend downwards, and must decline very The following is the news by the steam

prisoner was released. country were consciipted and taken from in the hands of the Representatives front sensibly, even without any reference to ships City of New York and Java which'
their mills while the prisoners were at the success of any scheme of contraction. Jf. ..
the North aloie. This aims brought advices of the 25th;)
The Herald of a later dale Informs us Salisbury The lawyers and Judges kepta attempt at hundreds thoustnds of men, lately in

that Mr. Tow was subsequently re-arres good many of them out of the army by the destruction of the Go\ernmcnt." arms, and large consumers, must now TUE FENIA&8. '

ted by the military authorities, on an order writs-petitions and memorials were pro- The report of this speech which was become producers, and beside these, the The news from Ireland, though:; of s.'
tented to the authorities at Richmond for telegraphed by the associated and vast current of Immigration brings daily negative character, is important Up to
from Gen, Biu z*z.RUOBED others, :generally; unsuccessful; selling piess. accessions to our means of production.Dry the) 22d of February some huudieds of
forth that the people would have much v.\hich appeared in all the principal papers goods, both foreign and domestic suspected Fenians had been rested and

DISORDER AT QCIIMAX.: inconvenience while the mills were standing yesterday grossly inaccurate, as wit have fallen heavily-wholesale prices thrown Into !prison, but no fighting of any .

The officers of the negro troops stationed idle. I know a number of mills were hess the following from The Herald: baling declined twenty per cent during kind had taken place, except the shooting -
standing idle for want of millers, at the the post week. The Southern demandfor of an odd policl'm an. Among the
.at Quitman, being at present in Savannah time the prisoners were at Salisbury. "On this matter extremists of both sections goods, which was so brisk during a armed parsons were Gen John II, Glea-

serving on amilitaey commission, and the while pursuing different' menu! la- few months following the close of the : son, of the United Slates Volunteer: army

troop having been paid off within the NEGRO TROOPS TO ,BE REMOVED.-We boi ed steadily to the accomplishment of war, has subsided, and the supply has exceeded his bl'olhor. Captain Gleason, and Vice

.past week. The Herald learns that they published, some time since an account of the game end-the destruction of the j the means of payment. The Head Cent)'e P. J. McDonald of Dubliu-
Union. So far as the dissolution
of the
South has nearly exhausted the resources the latter supposed to be, next to Stephens
have manifested a disposition to be turbulent a meeting of thecitizens of_Columbus, Ga., Union was concerned, one Is as bad as the wbich remained to it, after the war the most important man in the-

and offensive to the people of the in reference to having removed, If po,'si-i other. When the Rebellion is put duw'n, In cotton, tobacco, naval( stores, &.c., and Irish pani/ation. Notwith landing the

town. Nothing: of a serious character bad ble, the negro garrison in that city, at' and we find a party for consolidation and the prospect of production, for 1S6U-7, is entire absence of an act of over hostility
which concentration, it I Is the tamo .spirit as ,ne- fir from being good. oi the par' t of the Fenian the {
Ex-Governor Joussox selected EngnisIgovernment
yet occurred but persons,who went up on was bellion and leads to the same end-the Some business men anticipate a : were Their
general relaxing: none of
the Gulf u train on Tuesday, inform The for the purpose of having.an interview destruction' of the govcioment." decline of prices, and, as a consequenceof precautions. Further, leinfoicemenls,

Herald that the conduct of the troops is with the President iu regard to the mat The only correct report of what the It, a contraction of bank loans, which were under oidois for Ireland, and there

inch as to have excited: in the absence of ter. The following U> the Mayor of Co- President said on this occasion, is in The 'will fall:! with severity upon bank debtors. was a rumor that the English volunteer

the officers,* some apprehension among lumbus is' the result of that mission : New York Times of yesterday, and In one Banks are gl.'neral1)'lncreasmg instead of riflemen would be cslled out for duty.-
their loans.
diminishing The loan line of The Loud w Tiuu-s publishes
'the citizens. WASHIHOTOS, D. C.; Match 2, 1866.' of the Washington evening papers of theNew York city banfci before the warwaS article, characterizing! the a remarkable Fenian- '

Hon F.' G. WUKIS : March 1st. t a hundred and twenty millions, and movement virtually an American inva-,

A baby convention was held,recently Dear SirJ j I( have had a short interview The veto of the Freedmen's: Bureau bill it is now two hundred and forty millions\ kiou of Ireland, and declaring that the .
with the President, the Secretary of War though legitimate business Is falling of: conduct of the United States
at Masculine Iowa.' Fifteen mothers by the President and the fact that government
the U.
and Gen. Grant, in relation to the removal When the banks shall, from prudential in perniitiing the open sale of the Fenian
,were presents each with a specimen.Tha .- of the colored troops. I war assuredby B. Senate sustained the veto by a decided I reasons, contract their luau line, every- bonds admit of no excuse, The Paris'

" question of which was the prettiest General Grant that so soon as he could vote, thus killing the" lulq uitoul bill beyond i thing upon which these loans are based Patrie and Opinion Nationale accord a ,

I was to be decided,Uy ballot, and cf course substitute other troops, they should be all hope1'of resurrection, has of will surfer a great,decline In price.-JVatioiifil warm support to the Fenians, and regard '
removed from the Interior ot the Slate Intelligencer, this as u favorable time for
received one vote. ; course relieved the South of squaring uc
each ,
i youngster 'great and .. .
that in fact, such au, order had already outstanding accounts with England.
t. t I been issued, well,founded apprehensions' The danger: Two hundred thousand dollars has been A box of grenades and Orsmi shell .

--A FOOL ASD tits Morn soon P. TXD. Yours truly, ,J. JOHNSoN was Indeed imminent, and the threatened i raised in Charleston to aid inencoaragln" have been seized in. Dublin.

';-A mail to I'lihole, near 'Buffalo, N. Y, --- .. calamity was a :great one' The. question white emigration to. .tbat. State. A REVOLUTION IM FBPSSlA.

got drunk the other night and,scattered A boy Aix I years old, has been arrestedin now U, bow long"; will the powers' of the A little girl was frozen to death in the A Berlin telegram of, the' 2d,8aYl! I

$1,000 in greenbacks auions&l the crow' Brooklyn for an assault, and the case present Freedmei.'j Burcad be ctfltiflued T streets of Chicago on Friday last; while "Count Veil Bisuiarack has just commi1 < I I

O.u Chap got E100. was sent to the grand jury. The impression l'revai1l1.ulle year from on her way to ,chool. royal nicated decree to the," ordering Chamber'of'Deputies'bulk Houses .

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,; the--'Jr.Diet to bel| closed to-morrow+, and to Execution of Thos.!. J. 1i'f'n1-[ i limwn ahn>Mn(- 11I1I1.tn.1,8.; 2flo( Salmdn' ., For 1 New Orleans McKIBBIN l '& AfiLEN:

.remain closed until! the end of the prsentbe grove.We I 3(1;<.Salmon:oe, 4-4.30.Io'nll.4., 34,)Atlantic. 44, 3i; Tenio .-,, =

Slon," were again witness Bleached Dome :lc.-Portimontb, 3.4, 221.2; -. .
an unwilling to
The closing of the Chambers was entirely Canoe, 3-4 26; National7 8 Bndgwlck, 7.8 80; 'tlt : -vP (
Even Herr Qrabow an execution, 011 yesterday. Thomas J. jMantloo 7-8, 36;Jnmei Steam mill\ 7-8.35; lope TUBSTEAMERJ. HAVE NOW IN STOREi
l9j unexpected. Musgrove, during the war 11.' member of mll!!,(.., 45j; Lanttdon 7.8,41.Dod'floklllllKelly .. '- ,
the President! of the Chamber of Deputies, N 1st Georgia: Regulars suffered A B, 18, 671-2; Eagle, it
Impending. company 7.8, 00 UoneRtaii double medal, 4.4, 70.
r was not aware that this measure was ; in : .
the extreme penalty of the law for the Iron and Bleached Shirting. 1. $12511 Handsomest
of the jjj The
After the leading royal
crime of murder-Ms victim being Isaac .135. .
:; order, hen Grabow Bald : "I hope"that N. Armstrong a member of Coinpaiiy C Plaid Limeys from 00 to 650. ? t / 0
4' the Prussian people bland by their representatives ,. Ilen\y I'lald Uotlon and Swipes from 33 to 31o : .. : I
145th Indiana. Musgrove served credit- Heavy Plaid Clu-oki from 3'to 371-8-\ ? t-: .
will .
x and they the ably with his regiment In all! Its varied Olnghamt from 36 to 00. .'ASSORTMENT OF, I
Constitution 119 sacred as ever. I closoi and honored career but taken Brown IJrlllH from 36 to 40. 1 It .' i i'
' i ho session with theory, 'Long live tho some two or ,three months previous Hoop Skirts from $12 to $24 per doji'n. L. SMALLWOOD, .,

' ?r Kina.' to the close of thc war It was \\'hlle .- GEORGE W. GIFT, MASTER, DRY GOOD7SEVER
The bunk of Prussia had reduced its thus a prisoner-according/ to his Own
ate of discount to six per cent.. The formal confession-he conceived the horrid [tt1V t1rtdi tm nt Wlt.L ply liewtifli-r rogitlnrlv! between the I .' T"r
r closing of the Chambers took place !' pas I of HT. M Alt KM and the above Port, ,
sion of revenge, 'enllendel: d. by the idle '
a; on the 23d: < by Count Von Ulsmarack, vaporings of some of the Fedeial guard Toiirlilixr lit Apulacliicolni OFFERED Foh SALE IN FLOUIDAj -

who read a speech from the throne in de. by whom he was Surrounded.: After' being JULIAN BETTON For Freight or further t'Rrl\lIulllr'\ apply t" ,
fence of the action of the government McKIBBIN & ALLENTallnhaesco i ,
exchanged It
a, / seemi, by brooding DEALER IXBoots Feb tf .
that the 27, 1500.
The main argument} was at proceedings
lib M
over what conceived an insult to .
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t of the Chamber continue 'antagonistic tAL

"' of the government, and tended niac Southern on the women'subject, became,of revenge a 'monoma and lien Shoes and Leather, DRUGS DRUGSJ! Consisting tin part :of ,

toward but toward it .
not pence
the opportunity offered, he hn'sttffieto TALLAHASSEE FLA. ., .
. .,\\!I were best 'that l.e! Diet should be dis- put liH. fell purpose into execution Drown and IHcaclicd MusliiiSjJaconet
xolved.FIUSCE Armstrong was on, the way to join his First Door North of State Hank. .WHOLESALE AND
._"-. I command, ahd l. while passing; through .' 3m .0+-- _
" March 6
) UPEKCU 0V THE EMPEROR. handolph'co n t. nearCwthbert, stoppedat ,

t., Th.. following li that portion of the ad. the house wheie Musgiove was living, LARGEST STOCK',
Cambric} andSwiss
to inquire Tiid route! After directinghim _
dress of the ,
Corps Legislatif to the '
Musgrove followed, and waylaid him, In the State of Gcol' Io
}'rellch'Ehll'e\'or which relates to Mexican and shot him dehd,.on the 20th August ANOTHER CARGOARRIVED illusllns, '"

1- daiis : la-t, lIe then rifled the body/ and threwIt ----_0D _----- ,

'Our expedition tf Mexico is approaching Into a ditch, where it was shortly nfter- 'Canton Ftaune

its end. The countiy has receivedthis wards found Tby a ne lTro. 'FI'om suspicious lj( s. irrcmciNFK: chemical, ,
assurance with satisfaction. We circumstances, lie was arrested I'ateiit Medlcmea and 1'ertumerlcB. .'
shortly afterwards anil brought to Macon 1 'TriiBscK, Huritlenl IimtrumeutH, Dye SttttTd, Tickings '
were forced to go to Mexico by the Inii Flavoring Extr"ot', &c.. &0. /\ .'
pel alive! duty of protecting our countrymen fortrial." I Bole Agent for llolmliol'l'n Extract of Buohu
against odious violence, and obtaining In September last lie was tiled beforea nnd 8111"1'11'1111Ay'r'. I'rrpnratlonn\ Jnynu'sPreparations Blankets
the redress) of our too legitimate Military Commission here, and thoughhe H",,,' Ht. Dotnln o lllttein and ,
I Preparation!), lIcH'llitnd'>Ct I ievnnue. Our soldiers and sailors have plead not guilty to the charges; yet Kalr 'frhonipou'fl and 1'lmlon'H Hair
worthily fulfilled the task assigned by the evidence was strong: enough to war PreparationsttmlToilet ,\rtlll"'..\Vell'R Htl'onLh."uIOJ Cloths and 1 1I
your Majesty to their' devotedness. This rant the flriding of the Court-tho clime ( n-irttcru and all other Patent Medicines boforo I

r expedition attests once more in distant of murder-and he was sentenced to he i'JO trade Cassireres.Ladies'

,' countries I the disinterestedness and the hanged, 11111.tbo. decision fully forwarded McKIBBIN & ALLEN, .
channel for the decision ALSO: ,
power of France. through thy'proper -

The people of the United States which of the rl'e ldcnt. Tho dcilluentVOS\ '
'rho most extensive and complete stock uf
knows of old the loyalty of our policynnd returned a few days ago with the 1'iesi-

the traditional! sympathies which it dent's approval, and Friday the 10th, ap ITALLAHASSEE Dress Goods,

implies, has no lea-on to lake umbrage pointed for tie) execution, and it was put FLA. PAINTS,

at the presence of our troops upon Mexican Pxeciilion yesterday.\
soil. To niiike their recall dependent Up to the hour, of leceiring: the o'd".I' OUs, Varnishes, Fronoli Zinc Color, ArtlBtn' French Merinos, ,
and Pnlnli.-r'H Materials to bo found tn iwc-
UXMI| any other cllnsltl'1 al iou than for the execution, the tmfoi'tnmite vmitlifur -- tlou of the South and nt prices. which liny ADSO-
our conxenience would bo {incompatible he was but twenty-two' years of ujie- HAVE JUST 1LECLIVEDVIA I.UTBLY DaVY UOMI'ETITIO.X. .

ttiih our I lights i : nnd mir honor. Of these. entertained, idea Lila his sentence English Merinos, .

:Site, yon are the !guardian and the' CoipsLegisKilif would be mitigated( but on receiving the GLASS. .

k"olthat you will watch over fatal news, he seemed to abandon all hope <

t. them with a solicitude worthy of Prance and to prepare fur time fatal Lour Ht. \; : S 'r :MARKS Kvi-ry.vnrk'ty or. Olnw, French nml German Alpacas,
and, your iiiiua. was faithfully and kindlv aitelidml l by t e Plato, Eat"dnei, Cut cold Sky Light Ulnae alnglo
Tin'; following is the Emperor's reply : Uev. W. A. Robert. of the liaplisi! church. I i. and double UiicknuiSB. French and English Poplins

fiFNTLPMC.N=Theaddieisof the Senateis lie expressed, contrition for his sins, and ,

mi eloquent on made a full coi.fesMon of his ci'ime. or French Brandies
) commeiilaiy my speech; A I.AUUI: INVOICE Pure Poil do Clioovors
it develops what I only indVnted, and it The execution took place in the iparnf ,
explains diet [ wl. t.'d. to imply. the City {'"iiI'". Jail-the gallows used ,

You dfsiie, like myself, stability, the being that oil which a Federal) soldier was Wines and Whiskies, Plain and Fancy

rilionnl' and, pttigiesMve! development hung a month or two ago! AL 11 o'clock! ,

. ou" i ixtitutions, ann'linialion in the poi i the ui.fortunate man, with his military I escort HA WARE Fur Mudlc'nni. purposes; und n largo supply of AJ Wool
lion of the, greatest" nninlier, and to main- sl"pppll'polI the scaffold The findings other Llquoid for guiiurul unu
' tails intact the national dignity and honor. and sentence of, the court, and I the ,

Thin agreement is in itself a force. approval of life 1'1'0,1 id
The [11II11'a11)1'1,) like time i.ysical the Post Adjutant. after which, Mnsroviread >

obeys certain" 1(1'1Il'l'Illl1l1'sl'ldch cannot iris cil t'ti sign to the assembled tnl'- ) GOODS CkL &MP.AGNES.: American Delaines

be infiingod. ( without danger.!: It. i ia not itary and the few 'e'ilial's pu-M-n: alter ,

by ..Jaily'f'nlplliug time. basis of an etli.! lice which inlerces I that the crowning! of the building is ac the Heavenly Tlu'one .by Mr. Kuboil. in tn flu, oOllnlJ'Y, \U' CiuloJi'Or, Lao 'D'Or. nnd Fancy Silks,
:>\ pronoiincc'l by nil commlBBeuM superior
which the unfortunate condemned 'omitedto Sllery,
celt'l ate.\1. My[ !governmi'iit: i is not sta .: s" to July hcretoforu in use
,- Binary; it advances, and It means: to advance uevoutiy iaKo pun. At u< comiclusoilthe | In great varictylWiri'tor

. ,, but mi a ground consolidated( and fatal prepaiatiiins; were completed, Spcalnt; Agent fur the .Amortrnn Vlntntrn Com-
';'; capable "f xnstami g power and< Iiberty.Let and at 11.:!.'), A. M., the culpiit was lawn LIQUORS; Enny, and' tare stuck of their rule United C'lll-
*' us call to mil1 aid I progress III all its died.] into eternity. His neck was broken braiulu coiibluntly, on hand.Mu' : Shavv1a

f'u tuts, but let us In iM) up, lajer IIftel'IILY.pr by the f.ill, ami he snuggled but little.In nrmnuumonte with Miniifnctnrorgnnd
rprclnl AT ALL PRICES.
dial !great pyinmid l, which has for its nine minutes trout the' f.ill life hail. Iinporluri of tho A'orlh, nnd.III Europe, wnr- .
b IKS universal Milfnige, and fur its summit ceased to exist, and alter hanging\ ilinty C&JO. d3c. C&2O. .LO. runt nin In not only Ki'"nteeni' tho ubnoluto
the civili/.ing! genius of Fiance. minutes, the body, was ,cut down and given Purity\ and Gunulneneni" of my ontlru, Block, butIII.n
nimble mo to sell liny uf tlio ubovo ..mentlouod -
These sentiments, so well expressed in over lo u his ieiidn. It'w is neatly! coffined hut's of irooiUnt tins cost prices-ill soma

your address. have !greatly: touched HIP ; / and will be taken to his former residence March,; I, 1866. If lines o\'en lean than trnn portntion. Cloths and Cassiineres '

they aiewoithy of the first body in the fur. ial.-.lllloll Ttleyraph._.
of will auHtnln these
\n I'xnmlnnilon my liners
S'ntl'IIII'.iailant of the Constitution
------- gtulunivnti every particular. IN GREAT VARIETY
and uf th'e. |principles) which i it

sets The forth Pali Pattie, of February 19, has -> COMMERCIAL.Tultuhasseo 8 M. DOYLE & CO. FRESH 'GARDEN SEEDS. HATS AND CAPS. /.'

the following : ( Wil'SIl .
It is rumored< that at a Cabinet council lUiirlict.Lflrrie's. \\\ M. BOOTS AfrD SHOES
SCCCKSSOllS: TO JAS., pouf, .
recently held t in Washington, Mr. Seward BKI > f
]presented the draft of a despatch to the 'I'ALLAUASBRE, 1<'hl., U,irch .'O, 18GU. ] S. E. (.'or.lianlard.\; lirouglitou Sts, .

FiencliGove'iiment, manifesting the most VOTTOX.Tho Corner Bay and AVIiitakcr! : Sts. HARDWARE: :
.ciinsiliatory intentions toward France, sale of co'loll for the past; two days were SAVANNAH, GEO. I ,

d and d intimating the readiness of the United only 2 bulua, middling nt 32o. There luia been \ CROCKERY
1"'5. States to proclaim their neutrality in an udviincu of about one CUlt per pound, oil thu SAVANNAH: GEORGIA. feb 6, ISOO-tf ,.

.'''' Mexico, subject to certain conditions. bettor grades, Shies. our bust report. T,u following : I
Certain pwpiosals have eniaied from are our quotiUloim : JOHN M GUERARD, Tin Wares &C., &c.

Maximilian which render possible the re- Mlddlliiit......................._.........81 a 32 I WHOLESALE GROCERS
.# .. turn of 5 000 troops from Mexico by the Ordinary.,...'...."..25 a 28 Attorney at Law,
end of May. OBNKBiL MARKET,

Corrected 6y Alexander Sallie, Grocer 1XU DBAI.EI13 ISJROVISIOUS 175 Bay Street, aB.OCEB.XrnSFL :::

THE PANIC IN CANADA. Flour por bbl....:....:'.....$14 00 a IS 00 GEORGIA
Buckwheat per ..... ifl 001\1800 SAVANNAH,
TOHO.NTO March 12.-Ihe number of per bushel.............. 1 CO n 173 1m Un,
24 1860.
volunteers responding to the call of the Corn Meal...... 1 60 a 1 76 February ,
exceeded the darn Coffee.... '-..... 38 n 40
government has largely ..........
Fresh Beef 12 11 IS and Domestic WILLARD'S SUGAR
ind.An. Chicken, per pair..'.'..'..'..!:,'..... 60 a Foreign Liquors ,
official military order: has been published KII/II. pcrduzen............... 25 n .".0
- the contemplated Fe- Butter, lour pound.... ............. 05 a 73 LIVERY STABLES TOBACCO &c. &c.
'I ] denouncing! Chemise.....?........".:............ (0160 'VOODli:N WAU1;.. ,
..i:;; 'nlan laid, and relying upon a successful Sweet Pottttoim per hunhul....... 40 a 76 r
If'' ?i I resistance by the volunteers in case of an' Irish Vonyoes, per birrcl.: ......... 6 0017 00 qUINCY, FLORIDA.HACKS .
invasion of tho border, Onions, tar linrrol.'............... 600( u 7 00Muokort Powder; Shot and Percussion
s.t(?'j .l, puf kit..."............... 3 60 it 4 00 WIUPPIXG> PAPER, In readiness( to
: .. Lard, pel1 jiound................... :25 a SIHucon are,' .always airlvlntr on thou Ktllroad convoy trains, Caps.
'. LOOK Out FOU HIM !-Wa would direct per pound..j.'............. 20 u 25 OH AITAHOOOUEK!! or point to which
to any
Whiskey, per gallon 3 60 a 660 &c. &0. &c
desire to
: particular attention to: the following paragiaph Hide*, dry.___..................., 08 a 10 they may go.TIIEO.. WILLAKD.Fubrniry .
.: which wo copy from an exchange.. Itlilcl, urocn...................... 04 a 06 22,1800. \vBLACKSMSTHSNG .
Wines &
It is as true as Gospel : Macon Market: Liquors,
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When you find a man writing his advertisement OrEiog MACOS'rgtKCRAI'li,JMIIOOII ,
March 13, 1866. SCOTTOX. -
and sticking it at
up post .-TntinytheimukmiL.rapedmoroan H. B. FITTS & CO. The largest Stock in tho State
office, or in lintels or on the street post, limited, and 300 balei changed hoods, Ran Hil- T ."Y'LOn.'SCelebrated
instead of publishing it in his town paper, Vance of fully one cent on tho quotations of Saturday Alt now prupnred to executo every deacrlp- .
look out for him-the very act shows be -31 cunta bolng paid for,a' prime article oC; of .CONSISTING OF
u too c1usc.lI ted to deal, \with to any advantage strict middling. "- Albany BLACKSMITHING '.J1"

Augusta Market In tho l'oollnl\lIlIOI' and an low astlie'co.t l-. _.-.j WHISKY BRANDYfGIN CIIAM''
_. __. '. of material, ie., will admit ul, '.L'uu)' ,
-- i Aoao3H Muron ll.CO'I"rONTbe .
-- IMl'LU.tLCREAM! have scoured the services ol toino of thu PAGNE, PORT, SHERRY ANDCLAm.'T
The diary of Capt. Musgrave, 'vlio was market U vary; dlffloult to report
. wrecked on one of the Orkland Islands not in much because of tho number of trann BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. WINES--; COCKTAIL

and detained thel'J with his crew for actloni. n> on account of their exceed.ng panel amid ALE. Thou who may f..vorII. with their patronage! AND STOMACH
ty. AUpreiunt the ruling figures are 34,35
months, is about to be publishedIn will he KUitraulced tintiro 8allnfaut1on.mrsho. BITTERS & &c
: twenty ( 80 nonordlna quantity.FINANCIAU ,. Hourly opposite the Poal UQlco.Fel c,
London. Much of it was written iu 'and Silver both dull. Savannah, Ga., Feb 24, 1808 1m ). 3, ISbtl-II ,
The merchants of Florida
and allver J:, arc respectfully
seal's blood. It Is said to be an wonderf Broker uelllug gold at 132 at 130.11lontgomery

ul as "Rubinson Crusoe," and yet. is perfectly market. NOTICE.SIX PLOUGE-IS:: AND before deciding requested to purchase to examine in New our York Rock,

true MONTH.S: after tlio first of
: publlditlun .
., ,, .'. .. MONTOOHIRT, March 12. notice, I will prencnt my Acoiiuiitu and lLOUGI-I IRON. as \\ e will duplicate allbills at New York
COTTON.-M"rke\ beau loss active prices! thereby saving them time and.
naoTllER."Is notthe !, Voucher, u" Ailminlntralor of the cumin ufKeUdunW. ,
A "Mitt AND Middling 30 a Sic 1'un uinoro, lulu of Madison oounly. --.--- freight.r'roaia'ely'no,
Yegra a man aud a brother t-Jf, Y. In'dependent. "Tl I Florida, ducoaned, to tho Honorable Judgu uf 10, U, 60 mend 00 1'lnuuhi; ,
r New York Dry ( be brother or half-broth I TrlnU-Wannutta, 21o; Arunlil'i, 221-2; mad for. legal dincbargo from adutiululratloaupoa 8 I Inch wide Iron. v
. j lie may your .ter B, 22 1.2' Lowell Zll.2; Philip AllPD', 2j; aid ell"t Fur sale at McKibbin .& ,\] 1e1!.
broth-4 1 er ; be is no rs iatfon% of ours.-ibuistillt Oloucoeter,2 Dunlle\\), 24.: ; imllton,25; ; Spruguu S. ATEXANDEU BMITH.Maltha D. B. )lEG' INNISS 4. Coil ,
eToernc :25, Merrlmac), 25 12;do W. 281: .:i lS a. UwSui February 27, 1S68.. if Dec. 6, 1865-tr ,
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Letter from Genera\ Price. All Sorts of Paragraphs. .
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t to tJfond{ : CORDOVA<*, MEXICO, Jan. 30, 1860.Mr. General Grant was invited After WH01MLE MD RETAIL STORE.

Geo. II.Smith, La.: service in the Grace Church, on Snn- I

:TW- .A... SHbBE.R: J3in-Vonr letter of this instantwas dav last, to remain to hear the organ I .. .

received' few days) since. It pl uNo'repliedGrl\nti; "I 1 don't IQ

FUBLlSHER ACD: PROPRIKTOK. gives roe pUainro to give you such know one tune from another, and c( o w o + A m
:.-.-..-, -, information in relation to the country would< rather hear a bass: drum thanan

'rtmSDA i MARCH 20 1866. as yon may desire : organ any day." .

'1 be lands are 'unsurpassed in fer The Louisville i and Nashville\ Rail' 1
f i If'- tility of soil!', producing two crops i in road Company has'loaned $300,000 WAl E ol'iN: AD A INFORM .
The lieconsiIuetlotl? Committee. the this is '
year; now the cutting to to the' Memphis Clarkvillc ands
Tho country'withstand nmazed at bacco season. When the toh ceo i Louisville Railroad, to repair and I Wm 1dm! rn ). 1Ji) mm &n S) m

tbe 'utter insignificance of the: tenti- taken from the field, the corn is then equip their line from Bowling Green,' the Old Staud ID Tallabam, where ive are prepared to supply cu.tomer. with all kinds o

'tn -n)', now being published by this planted. Sugar-arid coffee grow in i Kentucky, to Memphis.

committee, to substantiate} the char abiindancie and of excellent quality Dry Godds, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
made and opinions. preconceivedof The climate is excellent and with Lieutenant Wilcox, fifteenth colored
the continued! hostility of the peo very little change, and the water i is Infantry, 'was killed on Wednesday HATS & OAPS, OLOTHING, HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND

ple of the South to the government very good. The Government sells to ; in Nashville, by a fall from a

1 of the Unit&d States. The National i each head of a family 640 acres ofl flag-staff which he was endeavoringto AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
l land and to each from. He fell
Intelligencer, in preview of this .testimony single man 320 remove a building.
.&.t tlxo XjOWost Oash Px-looa for CAsh or
presents the following! lucid acres for one dollar per acre, the purchaser a distance of 70 feet.

judgment of the,case : declaring-that he is an immigrant A class 'of fifty students in the : OOTTON". "

I "The Congressional cabal must Rctual, and that he desires the land Medical Department' of the Nashville i Haying t.tabll.hed ft branch of our home In New York,"a are prepared to furul.b Oecdi of nil
for and
presume greatly upon a lack of sense immediate 'settlement University graduated and receivedthe kl..d.ID. any quantity)', on tbe,iborle.t notice and Ibo moat ed.nrageoualerm..
the Northern if it be Good homes are being rented in Cordova -
in people, supposed diplomas last week, it being the
I that the developments made by a town of eight or ten thou first class that has graduated since Cash Advances' Made on Cotton Shipped. to
f sand inhabitants and in the immediate
the exhibit I
very strange or bad reports state of things.any vicinity if the American colony, thy) war. HODGKISS SCOTT fc CO.: ,

The very worst is a suspicion thatsome and through which the Vera Cruz The TallaJcga)] '(Ala.) Reporter
; and Mexico Railroad for mentions that Gen. Chief NEW "Yon.B: :
secret societies exists in Alabama passes, oven Gorgaslate
:' ., .. .. .. Tallahaniee.Jan. 0,1865-11 .
based upon old regimental or1 ty five dollars per month. These ot the t.. S. Urumance Bureau, lion.

ganizations. 'That if war \were to rents may become higher it'a large Francis 's. Lyon and'bthots, have recently PEN GEORGIA RAILROAD.

arise with foreign power, which some I number of families] arrive, which we purchased! the late site uf'whatwas Emporium of Varieties

wish, that small class would go with i have reason to expect. We have already -: known as'the Bibb county ''Iron t .el

.1 the enemy ; that ill-feeling exists on m large number of excellent: \V 01 k*, and have gone to work Cleaning -

the ,part of the late rebels against American families with tis, and my up the rubbish and' preparing te -11- WILLIAM P. SLUSSER

original Union men ; that }hey arc family will join me in a few weeks. rebuild the Works at-once. The CHANGE OF SCHEDULE .

not 'Qnt?p ken in condemnation n f I have donated 30 acres of my 040 men who have taken hold of this bntcrprise :: TitLiHAisn Jan 15, '' TAI L All ABSKK. 3TI.A.-;

for a town street. The election "ilIllaye the and the N nnd after tblcdUte. th. t866"'I'
themselves for having gone into the w as 0 nil the Pen.HOiJn and" Ueurgm! Copper' Till :and
rebellion ; that they are not blatant! made by a committee selected for intelligence to press it through with lull daily AB fullow.: SHEET IRON MAACFAtTCKCR

in professed love and praise of the that purpose. It is situated on the all the promptness that skill and 'energy EASTWARD.I.MUB ,
banks ........ ..30 It. M.tr. .
acts of the Federal Government ;; that of the Rio Seco, a rushing can command. ':c Qulncyst.------at T,llnli>i.i.e. iit............ 830 DEAL!,-I IN
mountain stream and Learn Tnll.lm..ee t.----A.- 7.00 "
without the the some large
presence of troops ",\ capacity'to do good not only Arrive ntMxdlKUii at..:.11.00 '
I, and Freedmen's Bureau acts of injus springs of elegant water. We have gives a title to it, but ulso'makes the Leave Mlldl.nn at._.. ..11,:HO English, French and Dcmes- d
named the town 'arlota tinname Arrived at Luke CIt)' at............ 3.0 KM.
tice would be done and "
to negroes to doing of it a duty. This sentence WESTWARD.tcnvoLnke tic Gqcde< \

Union white men ;j'' that the peopledo of our excellent Express. A should bo preserved; in letters 'of Cllyat....;...._...... '.M.
net feel kind and friendly towards lot of forty yards front J.,)* ight deep I Arrive M Madison at....:...11..:* P. M. Flain,.Fancy & Japanned Ware,
.6b "
Northern speculators! who comeAmong is giving to each). family a? they airiu '- gold.A Lcnvu.trrltent'lailnhe.ereeL-------------MadlwiM nt 4,3D "

them ; that some' of them disrelish -. The chaiac cf of the natin Wisconsin paper, speaking of r.w.ve. Tullnhara e at. 6.Op ." -reVE HEA f nUART 1 tS.
the efforts Arrive ntQulnoy at 6.80: ..
the national debt; that some population is intolerable. It i is! tint to develop .the lead by I

fret against 'military rule. We give that we have many wealthy and intelligent deep mining, claims! that there are in I Len\eTnII lm ST..>M MARKS! at.......TRAIN.......... 7,lib A. M. A large anti )h'lIJlJona' *aiity' til
the Galena mines ...... "
Mexicans around but two thousand MrlntSt. afmks at. 016
here the enunciated in us,
worst we
points ... .
I LtM\e St. Mark nt -- -O. M.
the reports, and against them we' will depend entirely upon those} who square miles of mineral lard, of whichone Arrive TallnhaMce lit..... 1'.J5 P. M.BrifHiilf COOKING STOVES,
settle with thousand miles an hour will be given on the arrival
could array as many things said in us and speak our language I square are goodfor of the car at Madiadn fur Dinner, going from C"'I1.1illiH2, ,

favor of the people taken together.Most for..society.Laoor digging unjwhcie. und coming thin WIIA \'. ,
line of matte butweon, Qnlncv, n\hrldle'
of the expressions of witnesses is procured at fifty cents per A large portion of the winter And Albnnynhd between Mniiticello and than SHEET; IRON,

are matters of belief, a sort of state- days the laborer boarding himself. It wheat crop in the vicinity of St. Joseph ttivlllo. will connect with tilt HOtVTOUN.. ,

ment which would be rejected in is difficult to procure hands in suffi- Mo., had been 'seyerely injured. Jan.ID. 1SGB-If I rcnldent. A1KTIGI1T.BOX, ';

courts justice.' We have no recitals cient quantities at this 'time in con Some of the farmers intend to ploughup AcoI'tf'LIt

of cruelties from any of the wit sequence of the large number required their fields and sow 'spring wheat. Hodgkiss, Scott & Co., .
nesses., It seems by the testimony! on the railroad now being constructed : \ COCK1KG: 11: 0' Ll,
that the military, and the Freedmen's through this neigltbi hoofl. The Rock Island Paper Mill Company COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I
Persons of Columbus, Ga., announcetheir All! tiinin.i'd; in 'a tact and tlnirl. >lH i"atrnrr. -
Bureau as it exists, are sufficient to Joshing to purchase improved rebuilding their rtO 24 OLD SL'lP' NEW YORK. I I1'hn. I TI lii, >.\ can' IV,|hid> | |lvvl in, ant'' I riiifiK

preserve peace, order, and the usual farms can do so on fair terms. works purpose at pa- .. H. lIudl/kl.alale, of HamUlton Brut/iuM, iihiiin null. | file, 1:1 >JI'I\' -t-1 OA I.:
an '
enjoyment of right The hacienda (or farm) San Miguel per early day. G.iltl\more.O. r'llT.Snmn:::; .:I750\Sini-iin, tlj' .1, I IM..I..
.. Jn two miles of me, and containing The Charleston Courier siys that .hll.W...Bcott:.. ,of firm of O. V Scott & Co ,TitJla.D. :! Out' limn'vmk, I in lioi( l lint' ;, tiiilinitm '.,; -

has ten thousand: acres of as fine land asever then: is not the least cause for any II. Pools of arm of Too'e: & Babbitt liain- do\ n l'i,"| e'. 0 i Mm. rata" } 111.I.-H
Andrew Johnson been in I is bllllOa. (II-alH. Sheer!> Zn,.c, M'fd l L mltjp"SliOi .
saw, offered fur forty thousand apprehension about the eithc'rin of Q. W. Scott & Co., Tel l
public life about thirty Commencing crops, TV. G. Torlo of firm :: |, \\nik '.'1'8t1)' at'sctitrljig! ,
his dollars. There are many small career a? It" tailor, in the farms on it cultivated i

little town of Greenville, East Tennessee Tho ruins show that by the renters. The Columbus Fenians arc prepar- SJ eclnl attention given to the tale of all klddi o I No't.ous.: : '

t ,.he, has risen uninterruptedly must have cost largely improvements ing for a demonstration.The SOUTHERN PRODUCE, I '
from and over one WOODEN. WARE.WILLOW .
poverty obscurity to his
thousand dollars. The hacienda ex-C nf'derate officers in and (o the purcliiue mid shipment of

present defeated exalted in station. lIe was nev- Conception, in half mile of me, in ?Mexico are reported to be in a penniless Household and Plantation Goods 7 Oyt tWAfE. .
er position he
any ever I
high state of cultivation t
fine condition. URISTJMSPRrSFMS
assumed before the people. Always house and 70,' 00 coffee trees sugar is for Wares Implements, Ofi-very description on hand fall Ill'll'

taking.A.'his ground. with. ...caution. and_ sale. I do not.know'the terms., The annual report of the Commissioner MACHINERY &C. '., psnniinc, lipf'np, |'mdiiiMi g 1'1'\1] IIt'1 e.
alter tne matnrest deliberation, his "iwo'u.. : .1 Prom,_ of Immigration reports tho to- N'v 7Saddle 1Rmti.-1nt .
gentlemen .Louisiana have
indomitable and iron will tal immigration 1865'at
energy 287,307.
lately purchased improved fa Harness and
make him invincible. The of ros on REFERENCES : CarriageLSTABLISIIMET ,
people accommodating terms, and have The Naval Committee has received
Tennessee, the chief theatre of his gone Moiiun Currlrr & Co., low fork.
for their I
families. communication from Admiral Porter .1.'L Moore, Brlflln, Ua.
political conflicts, can testify to that There is wide field of, speculation insisting that the i i'ron-clads Bryant Croom, Montgomery' Ala. .
bold A.'n 01.E.
nd, Macon
unconquerable spirit, which has
here of almost every kind, with but should be taken out of water while Bond, Macon, Ga.
ever distinguished him, and to which little in for ,,.... GWhitfieidDentopollc, Ala. I hare just received ularce asaor>
his unparalleled success is attributable ? not use, purpose of preser Wm. bally, I're.fdeutState Bank .f Florida, njent ol bondii,cuiwlmii, g of .
Merchants would do well here. A vation. ThUuh: ai-si-n. .
lie is a man of the people, in T'I J". K. IIambetton, Fret. Md. Fir. In*.Com (ientlemrn'e and ladle' Snddle., "
the truest and fullest of the good tanner would get rich. ... gam- A church at Bunker Ill. panv, Baltimore. Fin Double' and Single' lI.r."..,. ."*1 ''I,..
meaning The railroad i is $25 Dot. S4-tf Bridle, Collnr. and Whip., ,
term ; and the position now assumed offering per was the scene, last Sunday, of a fuddle Cliitlu.' .
{ thousand for .
by him in' the administration of the $1 25 hundred.brick. Lime is worth hard fist fight between two young PRATORIUS &; CLARK, Hhoe Leather 1llJdlul"ol nil kind of cur, ).' deicrlptlon

Government is bound to be sustained per pounds, and the bucks, who disagreed concerning Trinelllii( t-fliclii'l. end Trunk
country abounds in lime Saddle llama Hardvare,
overwhelmingly, by the American stone.I their claims to a certain pew. The MEUCIIAXT TAILORS, Oiirriaiia Trimniliiira,
people. Yes he will be minister suspended his ,remarks and Wngon and lintm lluba,
certainly never Btiftg I Bhaflx, I bpiiken nod Him., .
upheld by the massed of the nationin United States.expect I to return to the quietly waned till the. affray was TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Buggy A lc. und Spring.,
am entirely satis-
his noble struggle with the Dis- fied with. my prospect here, and with ver.A KEEP CONSTANTLY sale ( and varied ON IUND CARRIAGES AND BOGIES
union Radicals, as ho tho ? it large aiiortmcnt ot'
washy I thief in '
people my opinions of the future of the Louis the other

of Tennessee, when, under circumstances South I could not return, even with night stole a child/b/ coffin, packed it GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! of Machine everj dercrlptlon n ItIUIl. ,_

scarcely less favorable the assurance of protection by the full of goods and walked past a po j Workmadetoorderandrrpstrtag, ion. ttitb'dlcpatch ,

than now, ,he made two successive Government, which I do not expect liceman with a very melancholy air. ALSO, Agent for. Whe-ler & VfVion't! and DOtl'e'."
gubernatorial contests in that State,, ? j__;__ II.vi -u SEWING ACIIWrS.
with Gustavus A.-Henry and MeridethP -I course ucour.118Y0 I .took in our no regrets for the ;Jr The gentle Lamartine is Cloths, >....... Let 26.tfSOUTIIUIX J. E J'1..JIn'I'.nal .
for in-.
< Gentry, as, his competitors.So composing a sweet poem, called Ma
dependence for
says The'Louisv Journal. that or anything! did during Mere The original is in our spelling Cassimcres, EXPORT.
struggle. Hence
Thai e books
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1t" .. no pardon to ask, and none to Accept. "Who ran to Help me when I fell, Vestings IMPORT AND.
A meeting! of the wool-grow I necessarily make my letter brief, And would some putty story tell, COMPANY.fpHIS .

ers of Hancock, .Brooke _and Ohio Gov,, Harris and myself receiving Or kiss the place and Make It well '

counties, West Virginia, ,and Jefferson more than fifty letters by the last Punch.] Ma Mere." Neck Ties, COMPANY I row organized and.... .

county, Qhio, was held ,at LaGrange steamer, from persons asking for gST Two boys had a collision } 1 are prepared to make llben.l adtance on
;Ohio last week themselves and others queer Suspenders '
$ fifty information in Norwich, Ct., tbe otherday. Cotton and
delegate, representing) .an ownership regarding this country. They were running in, the Prc pce
of thousand We need Gentlemen's Hose &c.GentlemOIl' .
forty sheep being machinery of all kinds in ,
pres street opposite directions, hidden eoitlfined. (ornr Anentu In J.lrerpool. The
erection ent. Resolutions of wooden recommending the etc.saw mills, grist mills, shingle cutters, from) each other by the enormous dimensions girmenta CD'-.nd made In faib.lonahlii rental11 enl ,aloe of and Cotton fi'rjond In J.h'.fTI"Il Upland Con"n'd 11 I. fn m CO 1'r.\from In 54 '

factories in Ohio of an intervening atyle and lopcrlor manner. K tn f 1.32 eenta for ood .Cotton 11 _
and. West Loop MT Store neit to T. B. Tatum'i. \VeolllodTanceono-halflla Grid.
Virginia and Very
factoring respectfully, skirt. They rounded this obstructionat Ori&wr t4-tf rqnfvhleiit I n enrren)'. talue In Cold- 'or It.
protection, were passed. Congress Your ob't' serv't, the w* rolloll order for
time grcxid.
same and struck heads .. from the Vf reliant,
for STEBUXG AdininlKtriitrix'a: : Notice. and rlau' The .IHeterl. atientlnn,
was petitioned a duty of fifteen 1 PRICE.33Tt before had paid to the
they fairly seen each othef. amalle.l order for ,nod. flora England, Franc
cents per pound specific duty, and One of them was knocked SIX month. after dal I will pretent my ae. and German*. .
out and nnrber aa Admlnl.tralniof RICIIABD
ten per'rent.,, .ad) ya ,orem. 'on all fine, I IgOOd5 Poor .consolation for us sur- of his senses, and injured internally, late of L. M. White, to Ihe honorable,liid,. of JAekoon\Pr..III.n'd.. .
: Probate of Leon Bounty for a Una) eottl.ment' E. T. F*,.i, ,
; Agent ,
t v\n''th.t "the good) 'di'1; first."', and tbe other had his bead brnfsed. cad uk for adlioharf*. E.: U, WHITE., J.,1.7MBiMi..( ,< LI".rfout l! England, Fla.
'. .ff1 li II )" .dh..tl:..t. ,I 'r; t :'! 4. Jan 18,lVsa--stn "nt'l. Voi. Jetia C '.

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