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 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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\ Jtt ijd. Tethllt. tuUnd [From,the Macon Telegraph.' ] From, Mexico 1 JVofcl) Decision--Frccdmcn's The Dlsiiiiloiilsts Organizing for
% Dow ,the Light''\Hill' Break Bureau Law. War. .
The steamer.Eagle, from Havana, '
IS PUBLISHED EVEHT, An article upon our' first page'to 24th, has ,arrived. The' French Tho !Mobile Tribune reports a novel The New York Times (Rep.)

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday day will explain to,the reader how steamer Louisa has brought Vera decision of the Freedmen's Court whose chief: editor is Washington,

AT TALtAHASSflE, FLORIDA.TEKMS light and truth upon the 'negro question Cruz dates of tho 13th and City of in that city in the case of Nancy has a despatch from that city from

.... wJH; gradually, break \upon the ,Mexico to the 10th. I Williams against Huckleberry Hun which we make an extract !
Northern mind. Itwill never hear a Three thousand Juarists were reported ter. Tho woman was forced to mar- "The lladicals ]have I: opened a vigorous
word from! the: South ,and Southernmen defeated in Michoacan.' ry the man against her own wishes ; and practical campaign against
XN A PVANom: : oti'the subject, or if they hear it nevertheless, the proceedings are the President. The committee
Per Annum,..........................._...8 00 will' believe ''the ,contrary all the Many were killed, 800 captured and comical : appointed -
For Six Months..........._.............. 4 00 the rest dispersed. at the caucus last Friday is
:!Single: Coplm.............................. 10 stronger. ,But let Northern men defeated at The facts of the case as drawn out thorough and intense in its determination -
.'" ..- --- ........ ......,.. come ,among L us-observe, experiment Sixty guerrillas were in course of the examination were for a break with Mr. Job nson .
HATES OF ADVERTISING, attd test the matter for them Pesta Grande with a loss of forty' about as follows : It has had several meetings on the

TO : selves, and,their word,.pill pads current killed and wounded. i Nancy swore out a warrant and subject, and has resolved to raise
IK POE lit
'Nowhere is,Northern, officer Pedro Martinez defeated an attacking had Huckleberry arrested, charginghim $50,000 by levy oflice-holders;
'Ona Biiuiire, (12 Nonpuwll dues,)or lees, for the upon
firet Insertion..................._...... .i 00 in the Federal army who came force of two squadrons of with the larceny of $30 in cur- and by subscription, for the vigorous
) Each; eubeegnootlneertion ............... 75 South to raise cotton .and ho has. the Empress' regiment on its way to rency and a dimo in silver. The defendant prosecution of the war. It has de
.,' 'Kiluta and Legal( Notices to be charged learned a great deal about: both i Santillo. pleaded guilty to taking the cided to print and circulate cnorinous "
the lame as transient adTertluraenta, white and blacks, ,which hd narratesin Six hundred insurgents were defeated money, but offered in explanation editions of 'l'1'llmbnll'slnd

,. except Notice of Dlimliaton aa Administrator that';,article ,and publishes in a in Sonora with a loss of 100 thereof the statement that ho and Fcsscnden's replies to the veto message -
for which the charge shall be.. 18 00 Hero is killed and wounded. had lived and
Obituary N.tloo and Philadelphia paper. one Nancy together as man and of the elaborate and viru-
'charged as advertisements. of Respect witness for ns, and by and by there Carlo with four hundred and fifty wife for four or five years, and that lent attack made upon the President

will be thousands-" the more the bet men suffered severely in ,Ticimbro. he had faithfully) handed over to her a few days since in the House by Mf.

THE ,SENTINEL ter. Let them all come and be Ho lost several killed"and thirty-four the proceeds of his labor since ho Williams, of Pennsylvania. It has

thrice welcome. If they invest time prisoners.The had been free. (Plaintiff hero observed made an assessment of $20 upon
''Is the only! paper In Florida that published\ and moneyin acquiring knowledgeit above were reported on Imperial that "dat was the grcement 'fore each of the Union members of Con

Icrlberl three times the a readiest week,and means therefore of obtaining affords its the sub-la- is money well spent, at least for us. authority. I tuk yer," the truth of which defendant gress, some of whom have paid up,

'test news by telegraph and malls, nod full re. The writer gives, we believe, a far Guadalopo statistics to January 21 admitted.) Saturday night and Others arc holding the matter
ports of the New York and Southern Markets. more unfavorable account of affairs show 1,100 deaths from cholera. last the fickle Huckleberry concludedto under consideration. They propose
'tIt will also give fall reports of the proceedings about Memphis than i would be true Advices to the 17th say the pest try his. luck again among tho sooty also to make Jay Cooke treasurer of

of the Ixsglnlntnre. The Sentinel furnished to here. We are sorry to see as many was decreasing, but has made its appearance damsels of his acquaintance, and ac- the organization, and to take roomson

,: Bubucrlbers at tho lowest Hiring rates. negro loafers about the street cornersas ill St. Domingo. THE DEATH OF COL. BOWERS. Pennsylvania avenue as the head

we do see, ,but still a good manyof Cholera was feared at Havana. The shocking and fatal accident to quarters of the new crusade. As
";>, JOB PRINTING. the race are, at work,-in a slip- A sort of cattle disease appearedat Col. Bowers, Adjutant General to everybody anticipated, Col. Forney,

:;, In connexion with tho Sentinel, we have a su- shod fashion, it is true, with which a Sierra Neorena. Largo numbersof Gen. Grant, has been published. A D. D., has lost no time in presenting
;, porter and varied assortment of new Jobbing1 accustomed to oxen died within twenty-four fuller account of it
:./' Northern man, white, says himself as candidate for the honor
C"-" ecrlptlon Material of and work are In prepared that line to with execute neatness overy and de- labor, would have but little patience ; hours. Gen. Grant and Col. Bowers, returning and rewards of martyrdom. He ]has

despatch. Also on hand a One assortment of but still they are supporting thetn- The small pox was increasing at I from West Point yesterday sent an elaborate memorial to the

} Inks for printing In colors. Orders by mall or selves-they are no burden, but a Regia. afternoon, took passage on, the, Foughkecpsio committee, representing that'1' The
expre.s will receive prompt attention. Our prices benefit to the community.That Three escaped convicts from Tor- train at Garrison's, about Chronicla is a losing concern, and
are as low as the present high cost of stock the blacks are worse in Mem- tugas were picked up in a small boatat 3 1-2 o'clock, but Col. Bowers forgothis appealing to them and their constit-

below material the, laoor Increased and living rates will which admit rule of,In and other are phis, we believe, due 'to the longer: sea. They were a1 negro named satchel and left the car to obtainit. uents for substantial aid. The com
dines of business. Federal occupation of that city. We Berry and two whites named Swanson When he returned the train was mittee voted to give him their

I __ do not mean, of course, to charge or They were returned to Key just getting under way, but ho grasped printing, and to pay for and circulateas
I insinuate that it Is any design of the West. I It I was at first reported that the railing of the last car but one, public documents such editorialsas

; gyxCft .aionnl (teife. Federal authorities or the ,teachers, the whites intended to sell their holding his satchel in one hand, and may servo their turn. It is under-

F. preachers! or meddlers, of all kinds, comrade. tried to clamber up. Losing his foot- stood that tho committee is also] de-

who follow on their heels, to make 11E-OPENIX(1 OP TilE SLAVE TRADE. ing, he fell between the cars and was liberating upon the most feasible
the negroes lazy, intractable and in horribly crushed. His clothing was means of crushing out all opposition
We on the The following is published : The torn off his head was severed "
ATTORNEY AT LAW subordinate. suppose, nearly in tho Union ranks to their designs.
contrary, that, they mean to improve only grounds of the astonishing announcement from his body, and death was instan- I. -
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. their condition generally ; but in of the New York Heraldof taneous. He was heard to screamas '
Offlo up Stain over the Btat. Hank.EI the of the slave trade cordingly called upon Nancy to come
instances, the teacher are visionary re opening he fell, but as the train was in mo-
Oflloe hours from > to I and many to a settlement-to give him what
a. m. p. m. the Freedmeus' Bureau the
bent by are tion it render him
from 2 to 5 p. m. enthusiasts-more upon was impossible
in tho house. 'Nancy
October* -gin of the officein money was
theories operations employment assistance. Tho brakeman
inculcating their crazy so- any on thinking that she was well lid of him
cial equality than any sober idea of securing places on written con the platform of the car instantly puton I $10 and told
EDWIN A. HART at price, produced
in the United States any
continence tracts anywhere ; the brakes of both and
fidelity integrity, economy, cars rang clar "
him "dar mow out;
ATTORNEY AT LAW self control, and all the homely I for the unemployed destitute freed the boll to I stop the train, but too but the yer avaricious money ; Huckleberry
; virtues which must inevitably estab- people in this city. Sixty-three were lute for
thought that but a return
MADISON, FLA.WIr.L lishthe, level of any,man or any race. sent to Mississippi last week, The! remains were sent back to his mouths' lubor and
seven or eight ,
to administer medicinebut after seeing their employer and making West Point in charge of an officer!
practice In the Qourt o>( the Middle They mean forthwith snatched a stocking con-
Olrcult.Fubru..ry a fair agreement for good wages. General
detailed for
they give poisonTho same by
the 10 and
15,1848. 47-if taining incontinently
Some have !been sent to northern Genera
treatment would breed dissatisfactien many Grant. The who continuedhis however
bolted hotly pursued by
W H WHITNER and disorder in any white States in the same manner. A journey, appeared greatly affected the irate Nancy.

race not particularly j intelligentlaboring; but fee of ono dollar for every man and by tlmmelancholly: event, declaring The loud yells of the injured Nan-

-. .ATTORNEY AT LAW, j it ia peculiarly pernicious to the just fifty cents for every female is chargedto that nothing had ever moved himso soon attracted the attention of the
L" whose sudden current. expenses, such as in the warmest cy
r MADISON, FLORIDA. emancipated negro, re- pay deeply. Hespoke police and the appropriative Huckleberry -
printing blanks, etc. The salaries of of Col. Bowers with whom bo
. -rrriLL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF lease from wholesome, personal con- terms was speedily captured and
i W the Middle Circuit. : trol has bad tho effect to throw him, agents in no way depend upon tho had been closely associated from an the of incarcerated -
: i>oo. 23, l t -tfPrinters upon deposition Nancy,
it ,the force of gravitation, fees. early period of the war.
', .. at wero. by in the calaboose, to await examination
just as far on the ptlter; side ot impatience Signed] C. HOWARD. Col, Bowers was a native of Illinois charge of gi'aud
To and ,Publishers: of all restraint. Tell these )]v't..Urig. Gen. and Asst. Com.. printer by trade, and formerly larceny.As upon a :

. ;'i -: :-- people that they are as. good as any -'---- as. edited a Democratic newspaper in before stated, when tho case

J, Raving large lot of surplus body-that they must stand! up for ,,T,E UP TUB EAGLE."--The Char- that State. Ho entered tho army at was brought before the Mayor, hu
themselves, and so forth, and so on, lottesville (Va.) Chronicle thus good the outbreak of the rebellion, joiningGen. saw fit to forward the same to' the

PRINTING ,MATERIALS.I and to 'their' untutored minds--it is hiimorcdly speaks of the traits to Grant during tho operations Frccdmen'a Court, where the following (
lice'nse''to be insolent. Put muskets I which the Southern States arc driven I against Forts Henry and Don nelson.
offlir for sale, FOR CASH, the.following artl- decisrcm was arrived : ,
ilea| at in their hands and feathers in their by the Radical Unionists "It At the battle of Shiloh ho was ordered That for living in adulterous inter

OnehalfiNannfaeturers'' Prices. caps, and to'all Africa :they are em seems to us to be as hard to get in on duty at Grant's headquarters course both parties should bo fined

WASHINGTON uANDPRESSsize No. bodiments triumphant domination the Union as it is to get out. Tho and was appointed aid de-camp. In $5, and sentenced to bo married to
i 3, In good order. over their lato masters. Thus is the South respectfully asks no more one November, 1802, he was appointed each other forthwith, the fines and
j ,One 2.WASHINGTON In exuollunt order.HAND PUEfiS.iIze No. mischief done, and the longer, ifi,is way or the oilier Wo ,are.,like the Major and Judge Advocate of the attend cut upon tho mai lingo -

. ", '250 Ibs. UKEVIER. persisted in, the harder the task to fellow that was forced to go to the Army of Tennessee, and in Septom- expenses to be taken out of the $30 10 in
.550 400 Ibn.Ibs. LONG SMALL 1'KIMER.PICA. teach the negro, that,after all,his social show, and then not allowed to go ber, 1863, was promoted to the rank dispute. A license was obtained

20 12 fouls fonts JOB DISPLAY TYPK.TYPE. standing,and individual welfare, further than where ho had, paid for of Lieut. Colonel and Assistant Adjutant i and the pair taken before Justice It.

JIIA8K8. DASHES, RULES, LEAnS, FPHMTURK like that of every body else, roust depend his ticket. We have been dragged General.IITEACHEN. T. Starr, where, despite the remon
and In fact ever)thing necessary his, behavior. That of the Federaltent .
the doorway
.In Retting out a paper twice the size l of the upon ..into strances of the "fair" Nancy that
"tlutatueil"W.: he must be civil, obedient and industrious and.not allowed to see any of w, boys, this is a "durn dat old nigger Huckleberry,
A. 8HOBER, ,nobody will,desire. or to settle with whale. Can you tell me what tha
pay tho except
Proprietor Florida Sentinel. or performances :who tink gwillo to hub )him' for
for hisi sc.rvices-and thILt't.ho em- (the tax collectors. We can hear the whale does with all the water he husben yer" they were married.

P. B. BROKAW'BLIVERY plpyer on hire is, by no,means, necessarily animals growling inside, and the. swallows Smart boy.(whose father .
Jess rigid or; exacting than the cracking the ringmaster's whip, is a pawnbroker)-FJeaso# sir, he elder

AND SALE master, ,( the pldlntirne.! ;, but we can't see tho show unless Wpay'for spouts it.tir The loaves'of if strewn
... . other when it
.. two and take in a coloredfa'dy i among corn or grain,
Gadsden lies og tie Northwesternbank l And the worst of it is, they Fears are expressed that is put into a bin,will effectually preserve -

c J tables, lfif of the poosa,river! ,. at. the west keep a great eagle perched\ over the Chinese labor will run out the white it from tho ravages of the wca
vol. The juice will also kill bed-bags
laborers in California. Several' railroad
ern, ,terminus of Lookout\ Mountain entrance, which jf youattompt, to go -
of Rome :Ga. down and companies have discharged their and maggots. Insects never touch
and is fifty-four wes back swoops upon you
TALLAHASSEE, FLA ; bushes. Tho ]leaves of the elder
{ white laborers and elder
north of bead. Wo are employingthese
,an4js.tweJ',1.tr" ey y ,miles picks a hole in your justly -
.ALSO- .
R '. the Alabama and 'Tennessee Rivers ] think this is unreasonable; they people, who work very cheap. scattered over cabbages, cucumbers

CARRIAGES: BUGGIES, WAGONS Pailroad, and t }irty-'seven miles 6o'' tli ought either to let us pass in or refund There are now 100,000, and they aro squashes, and! oilier plants sub'/

AM HARNESS FOR SALE. east of Guntersville, pO: the 'Tennessee our money and tie up tho ea pouring into the country in great jest to the ravagca: : of insects, en"ectm tally
shield lhcl:!. ., ., .
. river. It is the oil .locali l. gle." I numbers. .u.
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lIo\\ Out I Tin Con..litiiUonnl Union- The Destruction of Colombia, s'. Fort Sunitcr.t MLA
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d l Sentinel.)\ The mode( VocqeiEng' by which,the ", .p, ,"_'h.t 'M.' I 1, : ,1 J "':..,$. c.i ton harbor corfesprnflpnt jtivfa' the following! animated

,,' Rccbns ruclfon Committee{ of Congress(is Among tbe f artiei add remnants 6f parties > bml. WAD HAMPTO* Is out with a description! of ( fambuj locMityj., :

making,out a case to prove'the disloyalty ; that are rallying "under the banner seathindletter'I I in reply to Gen.!niRKANwh6 In the that nail }ban 1'1, like a

T1 AIIASS1CK>:E '. of the South is so imfair and unjust of the President" to1 resioro the U Union charged HAMPTOS With burning'Columbia grim sentinel, stands Fort umter: bowed,

towards,,' < that Northern the Southern'' States' tb 8. d. 'TLa letterconcludeh, asfollows broken ,and desolale.lAl: shapeless pile
I' onr people ,event by admitting" *! of earth1 and; san<&andvlrick, i it bears no
:' THpKSDAY,':MAHCH 22, 1860.; their relations with / ,,, ytff "... & self. Where I
t.... '. ," Republican papers condemn it, ,The committee former thop"tyoverij- 'tc likeness t6'Ui' foimer the
'" : w has called! before it"several of the ment under the Constitution, we notice But enough of Ibis atrocity, the bare new cross of the Confederacy and thepalmt'tto
recital of which makes humanity shudder, of South) Carolina and the
Generals] in command of the Military De with much pleasure the adhesion of the flag
Agents for The Sentinel.
1 the heart grow, lok, Surelyi enough bus, division fla 'of Gen. Ri pI er'were so proudly
Mr. D. IL: WILSON, at Qutncy.{ 1 partment.the South and their subordU remnant of die "Constitutional1 Union been quoted from the'I narrative of these flying in April and July of eighteen

t Mr. THOMAB JEXKINS, at Madison nates and the Agents of the Freedmen's Party." This party which seemed to horrors to prove that General Sherman hundred and sixty three, only one single-
The the alone is responsible for the destruction of banner, and that the red| white and bW,.
Messrs. DREW & OAKLET Jacksonville. Bureau testimony of: some of,them have been swallowed up tin politicalwhirlpool' :
other atrocities '
that the Columbia aud lot.: the many now wares.
m Col. D.'J. TAYLOR, ai.: Fernandina. is truly astonishing. For instance, MajorGeneral ) engulphed National. committed! by his army, hie declares Scarred- -aDd.crackedr .its walls seem

Maj. F. C. BARRETT, aUGaJoesville. THOMAS, commanding the Department parties in 1860, still has its -repiesenta- the fires set by my order ,.consumed the ready to fall. The face toward Cum-

Mr. C. E. Jonssox, at Monticello. i of Georgia states that much disloyalty tives in the North and still exists as it did city. I have shown how false is this' ming's point is'crushed sand broken ,intoa
.' i th'e Union statement but if it were true, how, does bin M 'mingled sand 'and brick
Mr. ''':L. STRO at Centreville. [ exists within his command, and in 18CO, advocating under the j steep :
the of burning The face toward Fort
he clear himself of guilt; and shot and shell.
It Mr. JOHN A. GRCBB, at Savannah, Ga. that seeret offfanizaiioni are operation Constitution. It was under the banner of private dwellings; outside of the city limits Moultrie by a'solid work of interwoven
there, designed to overthrow the Governmentl this party-iw platform, the "Union, the 1 Early in tbe afternoon of the day palmetto.lpgsl\ l> .,,,fhe structure !lof the

1 No one will believe this, for' if Constitution and the enforcement of the he entered Columbia, my house, which fort is scarred and cracked and broken

t ; The Purser of the steamship St. Marys such organizations exist, Gen.: THOMAS laws"-that the Sentinel rallied to the was two miles from the city, was, fired, above and aronnd anil behind these additional
after the honse of Mr. Trenholm. The casemates, closed
noon defenses.
will plea e accept our thanks for late bas ample power to arrest all engaged in support of the only,national candidates
Gen. Lovfll, Mrs. Stark{ Dr. Wallace, Mr. and covered by ''immense framework of
New Orleans papers. them and to puuisb them most severely. I. 'CO, the lions. Joux BELL and EDWARD Arthur, Mr. Leaua and !Mrs.' English, all heavy beams, and. this again thick with

---. But improbable as it is, the Committee of E'I'ERITT-opposin! on the one side the in the same vicinity, shared the same fate. earth, can be entered'only by winding

A !henry and welcome rain fell on yesterday Congress affect to believe it and will incorporate fanatical Abolitionists of the North and General :fehernun::; cannot deny that these passages, damp[ and dripping with moist-
houses burned his men nor can once' entered it
were by The casemates ,
in this section, giving; an impulseto it into their to that the other the Secessionists of the I ure.
report prore on he deny that he destroyed, lu part, or in would! hardly seem possible that any' unman -
vegetation and pulling the gardens the people of the South are disloyal to South. Had their counsel prevailed, who whole, the villages of Barnwell, Black- being could have lived any length of

&c. into a most promising condition. the Government.But shall say that the Government would not vile, Graham, Bamberg, Buford's Bridge, tjme; :within them "i"The Il1ns.wetE'' slimy

e. another witness, from Florida, has have remained intact-the terrible war Oiangebnrg, Lexington,Alston, Pomana, and mouldy, and the carriages were
AVinnsboro', Blackstocks, 'Society Hill, sweating wltb'lI.'slimy moisture.
Another steamer, called the Flow, been before the CommIttee, and told a through which we have passed been Camden and Cheraw. Does not the fate Climbing out of the stone port hole and:

i t has been put upon the line between St. tale that will j]) probably create a decided averted and the States now one and in- of these unoffending towns give the lie tIlls through the more widely extending!: one

I Marks and New Orleans. Her owners sensation among our people. Here it is : seperable and the country peaceful, pros- disclaimer of any agency; in bnrning:: in the Palmetto logs, you could look down
are Messrs. R. D. POST and Capt. O'LEA- perous and happy 1 This party, foretoldby Ibis city 1 Along the line of march followed around the base; of the fort, where the
TilE REV. L. W. nOBBS1 TESTIMONY by him there Is scai'cly one house ceaseless tide bad woven over each of the tti
t RT of New Orleans, and Mr GEORGE DA- Hon. Jous BELL in a speech in Con-
The Rev. L. W. Hobbs testified that id left standing, from the Savannah river to stones a mantle like, thick, green, wet t r,1,
MOS of this city.NATIONAL Florida the feeling:: against the Govern. gress as far back as 1829, in which, upon the Pedee, and jet be dared to declare floss, and see fragments: of shell and bro- ;

-. ment is bitter-much more so than it was view ing the conflict waged between the solemnly that he did not burn Columbia I II ken bolts. You could look to the right :
there time that he do not wonder that he should strive to and see where the wall bad crumbled and :
1 STOVE WORKS.-We would three or four years ago ; was a great parties 'of day, declared
when the people seemed to be very much escape the infamy which_ like the leprosyof fallen into the sea. You could look above i q
invite attention to the advertisement of that a new party would arise to save the '
Gehazi cleave unto him and unto and the "
disposed to do anything! that the Govern and see the lo:: ,rfnt and gashed? ,
the National Stove Works, Nos. 233 and ment would require of them ; they are country and the platform of that party his seed forever, for the commission of brick wall \\vth..great.,scats and ra7e.1: 3

241 Water street, New York. It is one now quite bitter, and say what they would be the "Union, the Constitution this dark deed... Nor am I surprisedthat i cracks and wide seams, as though a little r f
of the most extensive establishments in would not dare have said three months and the enforcement of'the laws"therise he should naturally peek toescape by more of the storm of iron shot would have
with- taking refuge behind a falsehood. But beat it down beneath the surface of the
talk the streets
tbe Union and offers facilities to ago ; they on of this same party predicted in late
great he
out concealment the great majorityof shall not with impunity make me sea. You could look to the left and see
purchasers desiring the latest styles of them any do so-the majority; of the lower years by Mr. CLAY-who gave his adhe scapegoat for his sins. Wherever he has the closed ports, the rough):lepaiiing: the

to'ves at tbe very lowest rates ;Mr. T. classes ; a few intelligent: citizens whom sion to it in' adl'Bnre-Uiis part; with the taken his army in this State, women have broken parapet.In .

C.:.CASE is the' Travelling Agent in the he regarded as honorable men, deplorethe distinguished statesman JOllY BELL as its been insulted and outraged, old men have the interior the sandy earth was supported -
been hung to extort from them hidden in its irregularity by numberless,
Southern States and Mr. W. P SLCSSEB expression of such opinions, theyare candidate for the Presidency seemed to
very much in the minority, and can treasure. The fruits of the earth have tascines an I gabions, and dotted here and
is the ,Agent for this city and vicinity. have but little influence in the affairs of be the one peculiarly suited to the dark] : ben destroyed, leaving starvation where there bv dark holes which admitted us

e.p----- the State Government;tbe change: in toneis hour of discord in which it arose. But plenty once reigned, and the dwellings of into the damp caveins.J What bad been '

Judge FRAZIER, of the U. S. District because of the leniency manifested by amid the fell sprit of fanaticism, it was ich and poor alike have been laid will in the parade was now green and slimy with t
ashes For these deeds history which If
the present Administration. the stagnant moisture, over were
Court for the Northern District of Florida : overborne. The conservative counsels of
brand him as a robber and incendiary, scattered pieces of an oM] exploded: gun,
it is well known that leav- I
Now to
contemplates holding a Term of his prior its leaders were unheeded. The idea of aud will deservedly "damn him to' ever- scraps of iron hoops, a few decayed barrel
Court at St Augustine soon TbeGaines- ing the State in pursuit of office at Wash 'compiomise," the very basis upon which lasting fame."" '' staves, lrnn and leaden shot scattered 111
HOBBS entertain I am obedient servant, from aId bits of soiled '
vile ington, Mr. professed to founded your : shrapnel cloilrng
pi ra says that unless the "iron-clad the Government was originally ,
WADE HAMPTON: and broken baronets: From the tall flagstaff
views and sentiments entirely different :
oath, is dispensed with, there is not a ]lawyer was scouted on the one) sido as "tame Lieutenant General. in the centre a small Union Banner '

in the Suwannee Circuit, and but one from those<
that we, know of in the Eastern Circuit, tbe Committee. If bis own open ing a "league with: hell, aud,> a covenant "THE MAY FOB ME."" -Hon. ; Green mained of Fort Sumter. ',' ;1

(Judge Putnam! ,) who can practice be- 'I declarations are to be credited, he held :. with the, devil.1 The consequences are' Clay Smith, of Kentucky in ,his, speechat .--
no such opinions while a resident of Flor- THE REASOS WHY.The Reconstruction -
fore it. remarked :
the Washington
upon country now. ComuimitteP have presenteTa i What a commentary on the present ida, and we are entirely at a> loss to per- It i is gratifying to know that after the "From the, mountains of Tennessee tit I' of evidence to prove that the people '

state of affiurs in our country I ceive what influence can have been conflict of arms has ceased there still exists State that undertook to secede and went of jho South,aie nut l orderly end' I >val 1
bear him that into the revolution-there was a man who the conclusion then t<
brought to at of
upon so com now as they were
a remnant of this party composed of
pletely changed his sentiments in the had emigrated from North Carolina to or, and from this it i is argued that; they .
The Marianna Courier says that the able, eminent and patriotic men, who earn his bread and meat in this new coun should not be ,received into the Union. '
freedmen under contracts in that County, lapse of a fortnight's time. lIe now de still bold
(Jackson,) are working as well as was clares that the feeling in Florida against the Constitution. It is around this nucleus of"life, without rich parentage, without South are becoming+ restive and, turb\1'.ent r,>I,
the General Government is much advantages or the means Of earning an under the mate of doubt and uncertainty
J expected ; in'some cases better. :Manyof : more that all men North and South who ,desire In of
or'dinaryeducation. consequence
in which thev have been and are still
bitter than it three
I four
them do not understand the nature ofa. was or, years ago. equality, peace and happiness' to the ]his poverty, he arched at the age of kept by the diabolical. system of the Rad

contract, or if they do, purposely seek But it happens that ;III'. HOBBS was not States, may now rally. Those who desire twenty-one years without knowing the ieals, that this fact. so far fioi, being an

to avoid it'by again:: contracting' with the in'Florida three or four years' ago, ,or, at 1: to stand by the President need want no alphabet of his own language; but by his argument in favor of their continued e\- II
of natural in
industry, energy, and force elusion is rather which! their
least, was Cot in a position to learn the one prompts
of other To adhesion to it
expectation: getting better I platform. give and
wages tellect, he rose to greatness renownas early admission. It is, no doubt, true
... feelings of the people of the State.- will be emphatically rallying under the a member of the Legislature of Tennessee that the unreasonable policy: and inexcusable -

The sentence passed at the late sittingof Again, he tells the Committee that onr banner of the President Its star may then as Governor of Tennessee delay of the Radicals invading upon) -)
people what they would not have then as Senator of the United States, thd subject bflheiradmission Uiaj I,
the Court of Common Pleas and Ses- say yet rise in the ascendant, and tbe country exas;
three then as Vice President of the United ; many who'were'honestly\ -deter- it:
sions in Charleston dared to say months ago. After be in accordance with the petated
Alrich governed counsels '
by Judge inflicting States, and by unfortunate: accident, mined to (abide by,the results of the war ,'
39 lashes upon some white men such statements under oath, it is not nec. of its leaders, be became President I fully endorse and accept the situation, and we' lave no 'I

found guilty of larceny,has been annulled essary to do more than make them public We give below the proceedings of the him as the Chief Magistrate of the nation. doubt that every day of, proci astmation I"

by the military authorities, on the in order to raise :\Ir.lIolJns, formerly last regular meeting of the "Constitutional Andrew Johnson, the tailor.boy" of East will increase the evil, but those who iF
Tennessee, is the man for, me. cause the delay and not those; who justly mj
Chaplain of a colored regiment, &c. to
ground that such sentence is in violation Union Committee" held in New York .
( of !it
complain I
of Gen. Sickles' order of January 1st that "bad emiQence" which he is evidently city on the =d ics't.' : The Legislature' Mississippi, at its .-Louisville, Cailrief. responsible" patties. ,;.

1866, Par xviii. "Tbat'no corporal punishment aspiring to occupy.: It is reported that The regular meeting of the Constitutional I late session, in a desire to provide for the \ ,-'- r-- "

shall be inflicted on any person he will return to Florida, the incumbentof Union Committed!! was held at jfa- disabled and impoverished soldiers of THE CANADIANMILITARLToronto: 9 .
under the Gov- sonie Hall in Thirteenth street, last evening special despatchns tq-day hay that All
a responsible portion
other than a minor, and that by 'the parent that State, passed a bill imposing a tax of
Mr. Northrop in the chair. the Canadian militia are,beiug enmU+hIt
or guardian." eminent ; though his friends have lecenlly one-half of a cent mile on all passengers '
Ex.Gov. Washington Hunt was introduced per is expected they will be called out \Uri- t
contradicted this rumor.Smuggling and made a bag'! sueech.. in the over railroads within that State.- mediately. Volunteeis in companies and :

The two negro men sentenced by the course of which he charged tho, cause of But The Clarionkof the 14th, lells us that squads are- rallyiiig-'from tb" -back .4 1
the war upon the Republican Party. towns for the defence of the fl'fiontier. !
Criminal Court ofAlachua County to 39 on the Florida Ten years ago they saw the new parties "the tax jmposed'by. the Legislature Over :,0011(/ vrffiinfeeis arrived 'here bat t

lashes each for larceny, were turned over 1 Coast. springing up which, they knew would upon all railroad t travelers, of one-half a : night, and are billette.d on (time citizeus. I

to !the military authorities for punishment We ]have more concerning this businessin bring about evil and discord on that question cent per mile, is a difficult thing to collect. The people are' fully aroused. No man :
which most interested the South.; If shirks duty, although a few have been
The Presidents of railroads declineto
The Gainesville bra l that when their statements the rounds of the ,
says going
their advice had been taken the bloody ai rested Lhioijgb a.misconceplion of/ the
term of service expires,they will be hired Northern press the latest of which is that war would have been averted the Union : collect it and pay it over, Tbe Governor order tailing them out. All tbe, railways

out to pay tbe costs of court. Commissioner Sargeant of the Customs undisturbed, and tbe good old+ Constitution is bound to try to enforce ,its collec- on the line of the frontier; are keeping

Bureau is informed that the late' block- would still have protected them from tion, while the railroads are ready, by aid engines fired up to run oil" trains It I is

Luaus XATTE-E.-The Union furnishes ade going into the harm ; but the fpryof\ the factions was of counsel, to ,use all legal measures to estimated that 30000 troops are now
runners contemplate more powerful than their calm counsel. armed,ready to march if au invasion takes
its readers with an account of one smuggling business, and that \thirty-fire, When! however, war did break out, they prevent it." I place." ,

"among the many wonderful freaks I vessels have! been fitted out for that pur. bad stood by the Government, and even ... .
which nature inber wanton moods will It is expected that they will at. when the Government went beyond the EXECUTIVE:: PAEDOXS.-In compliancewith I .MKKEOITIS.-This' I la a most fearful disease >
pose which ha made its here
scope of the Constitution, they still stood appearance ,
play I tempt to land goods on the Florida coast by it rather than the Union should be en- House resolution, a:list of pardons and which seems to bailie time kill of out\

.Miss Ann E. Leak, a native of Georgia, Measures; have been adopted calculatedto tirely lust. lIe said the present party in granted by tbe, President, is being made best physicians. Yesterday afieinuou

now temporarily residing in Jacksonville, materially interfere with this illegiti. power said there was not peace, and that out and will be submitted in about ten the remains of Miss Faille Wan-en, a
istbe subjedt. there should not be pence. lIe said that, days. Virginia can boast of about four mu.-; estimable and nuiveisally bejt>ved
: mate business H the South being vanquished, 'what more young ]lady of our city, were interred iu
Having no arms "pr the least rudiment! There is a very -divided look of improbability could they want: From long associationwith thousand, oyet one-ha1t of which fall under tbe Masonic cemetery whose death was

which would indicate that nature bas about this, and we find a President Johnson, be could ,'tell the thirteenth or ,'twenty'thousand )produced in three or four days by what is

made an effort to fuuu them" she cap/,' general impression in the public. mind them that when he set his fgptudown.he ,. dollar exception.' The four States having called iueneiili;: Several negroes have
with her toes write braid hair been'Etarted had never been known to flinch ; end he 'obtained the largest number 6f. pardonsare also died recently, in from twenty to for-
crotchet I that these statements hare intended to restore the genuine' Union.When .- ty-eight bour ;'after beng| ajtaoked by it,
and perform all sorts of needle work. by'persons who expect io''' obtain a job either the orDeraociat-, Alabama.tyirginla"Georgla and Mississippi and we have jet'to hear oft /single; case

In the ]language of The Union this, a or situation under Government-to watcb ic Party'would come out'' and stand by The'ent r ''number ,of pardons which bas 1ec: etred. W lut isitliU uiosbfatal ,.

truly\ "wonderful) freak of nature." for smugglers on the Southern coast particularly tbe Union on constitutional principles, he. i, granted will be''smallet'..... ,. than the public disease, and whais nlini( in Does know .
would tbegreat
gladly anybody 1Eufaulaeus.
cooperate.witji i anticipates. ,...
j that of Florida. We shall see .
and the Union I'
grand duty pi serving, '
!fThe : i tit
-The Rock Island Paper Mill Company what success',they will meet with.'I; and preserving it as an inheritance to the :.- Thereas, j.-:;l\j feoorpolng, the

of Columbus, Ga., announce their pur- I coniiug generations. tide of Immigration to tnts'country 1'lll11ds.t Ihe press says the..Paris Kentiickiani _-
'A vota'' of' 'thanks ''Mr Hunt was front seems'to tiufrer''nd" abate.ment ,that Gen. J. B. Hood was to be
pose of rebuilding (heir paper "works at' Celebrated geologists, who have recently to'>> ; Europe vnai ried to a daught\ ofGa,1,, William
as early day. explored the coal section of St. Clair, unanimous. 0 From I statements, In New, Yotkpapers Preston, of Louisville: Wetemaiked to i

t "? v Jamb and Cherokee counties,Ala., in the A Tote of thanks, .. was. also, given, I"to lion we learn that the total number of him, recently, that hOi had to sutler for
Gen. Frank Cheatham was man'led, on neighborhood "of' ,Gadsden, characterizetliud'catioiIs James Brooks for attending to ,tbe'.Coraluittee : arrivals' from January i'.to'Ma'rch'T l was h a iioto/jetyv,, ,'0 Y?i*,". wid hel! "llItit 'I
+ aii'increase : WuU; : t' 'W'tnu4ins to'Ubd
lltfYashioetou.'r of h0,000'ove'ri:
Thursday evening the' 8ih i 18,476, me orrespondiqg '
: Instant to : for oil in .lhe''I'1l11ep of
'" lady. arse\jiMluxe Jiu'| rift aq< iutanca +
"b ;' (
.:Mw RoUttsun : ; :' The meeting, after bouie\ routine business 'i period of Ust year;, "J'iiiit is anav hat
a wealthy lady of DauJ that region:;: as"e 4011 county, Teuuesser.t ." adjourned. ei ago of about 280 per Ii.i y. anothci.' .-- ", .: t,



.I''S'.1+. ....-.w _fr2'itW1'd', blb'sR!r'a.4M''B''IIM1_ ......"..m..III ..... Jmu r......._ 111 IJl. 'M:.. bdUU lUll IJ n.
. '.."' -....-.---- .._....._ i !I..D..Jr ._ ....1JJ__...-.-...".,;........... -. 4y
4'4'-"p4" "*- *- V M xk 7 3 -Tlnl-rIr71 tT uri l --,- ---,r7r'r.orrrrT-;ri -'"Ar-n- - .

; 1 ,/theca ,Victoria; 1 and 'II"ul'Uu- For New Orleans!! ltl IDINf &J tEN
". l\1trHt.
ii A > ft i > I f i miineut.rParliament ; f tlV \ .. m n frt "

has voted ,
15,000 a yea -
CONGRESSIONAL NEWS for Prince Alfred, and 0,000 a year for TIlE a''tBAMIttt5fl : Itt'STORK '

the Princess Helena, and '.:30,000dower. I' 7CIROULA.BS HAVE NOW

Prince Alfred is the adapted heir to theDukedom'
\ DEFEAT 010'1 .IfE LOAN ''BILL. 1 \
.. t. of .Sato Cobinc, and ,some CARDS I
think If lie become a foreign sovereign The Largest ld.olJlandsomcst
WASHINGTON,March 17.-In the House, :

last night, the Loan Bill was defeated by he will does relinquish he will his rio English what pension other 1 1ho If. BILL ,HEADS t LETTER HEADS I .. .. .- ,,,-,-- ,"-" _.,,,,!
so no
a vote of (01 y pas to 70 nays. This is n
; corldemhati6ri of of his illustrious family has'done.- 'Wi j awSrtW7 OF" "
&o. a &c. ASSORTMENT
r1 the nnanciaT policy of &c. \.1': ::
The revenue of Saxe Coburg Is small, but "
the Secretary of the Treasmy. The bill '
his uncle the duke has J. L. SMALLWOOD I' : ,I
him reigning a large .
gave very large powers, add it Is supposed I'
II( will be revived and passed. Its private fortune, And It is supposed that 1 GEouan sv. DIET, MASTERVILt'pry DRY GOODS:
,. defeat has occasioned! great excitement. he will bequeath it to ]his nephew. As Having jnat received n splendid nuaortnicnt of :
t( : Prince Christian had tin motley at all, the hereafter itoKtalarly between tho ::1 .t,.,
Wl'. ItAKKS mud the above !'Ol'tj 1" .li
will make her additional
Queen daughter an
NEly1XORI! AILKETS; ; The Finest Inks Fiijiei d .1 '1.:1I'EP. ,:
4 allowance but of her liltolu. I
.. private purse, Touching ut Ai> <
NEW YORK, 'March 1$ Cotton is decliniug. This Her !Majesty can well nfloid. He to i iTor : OFFERED: TOR.,SILL. IN FLO

Sales. \.1 F"jOa1.es at 40 to ,, private fortune is Immense-not less than The; Sentinel OlDoe la proptr d execute, Freight or furllii-f M.KIB131N pirtloulmi"; Ac, apply ALLEN ItlJA'i; '. ill 'I"

II4lc.. l two millions Sterling. The Prince Tjlllalmsson' Fi'l 87,1SOO. i I' tfDJUI&SM '
con i "ajtiiJoiisistip
))11", '
WV SQrt was very saving, and, moreover, she '
r'i rfirfl !
'J ,
!to :
had !some large legacies left her. One DRUGsTl ( g. r i.
o A I m 'Pr1l'IOf
NEW ORLEANS MAYORALrTY.'x gentleman bequeathed her ;000,000, and KNOWS TO TUB::. AnT ,. ;

Momr ', March: 17.-The New, Orleans left his fanillv-that Is, his nephews had ,

Times positively asserts ,that Major Monroe i nieces irt paver! t) The Queen acceptedthe .1 WIIOLESALE E AND RETArL: L'ronn"and'HIcacliCd, ( ,/ ;jlusliris I.! ,

will be innngmaled Not- legacy JULIAN BETTON, .
on Monday. : : Hili;
----- ---
,i vitliKtnmlino; the statement to the cOntra- An interesting trial will! come on in the DKALIiR IX aconet; .. [,
: ." 'Ii:iI!!
ry, the military will not interfere. Spring. The case is called "Ryves v, LARGEST STOCkIH
The Attorney. General." The plaint!I!' I Hoots antI Icallicr I '" t'l
' --- _Siloes/ : fambr.ic.( ; and : ; c cSwlss
I i'i''V 1Shinato ;Items..iI claims to' grand-daughter of the the State of ( !eoi"'ia. i, ; fit' II"' :,:

I Duke of Cumberland-the son of George TALLAHASSEE FLA. "
"') IST RNALKEESUE' III.-:'-andasf such entitled to the rank of Muslins"
: ; ) ,
0 j i i
...... .
R. : die! Princess of Cumberland and Duchess of First Door North of State liank. .
t7pon inquiry by ;Mr. ftajmond in ,.. 'ill' '
House on the 10th, Mr. Merrill, Chairman Lancaster. She also claims the revenues March 0, 1860.' 3m I .'caaioaFJauiic.Tickings : .
irMici-vrs. .
: .
df the Duchy of Lancaster, which are Ditrns :1Ii cucu meals., ,, '
of the Conimitteo on Ways and Means, \ ,,'licn'ee' iimL, rurtumorlcn.J'riiHsu" .
st I atpJ that the Committee intended at an now enjoyed] by the Queen. The suit i is Suiyioil; liMtruniants, Dye. Etiid.s, '. 1: ,I' II' <''i j t.1t

'R ,l'ly day to report a bill upon internal to be brought on in the form of a dec.lardtion ilii\oiii] ExtrA'IA, &.0., A.O '. h: ,ii '. I'
I Sole Aiiont lor lIiilinbnM'g\ Extract of Knrliu
Tervenue, In which 1 various: redu'qtipnS: of of legitimacy. No doubt Mrs ANOTHER Biirniipnrlllii.: : A)'cra' 1'ripnmtlon. JI\>IID'I| :: ,.,;'id Li'mTlankcts i iCasslm'crcs

to .Tjes and duties will be recommended, Ryves grandmother was married to the CARGO'ARRIVED 1'repnrntloiiH, hates'. Su: Uomlnif" Slitters and ?,{i ,I, I.: t,.
Duke Cumberland Wt tha will ,
a od especially a reduction cotton of Crown piirntlonH, Hood ind'a Oermun+ J1Ith'r.Vhwk', .
plead ;5-1 That the legal evidence Is defective hair Restorer, Thonipdou'a end 1'hulon'a Hair I i. ;" ,
a nd the income tax. rropnrntinug lIud'l'olloL Artlcl..,,'Vrll'. Htrenjttlienlng :.! Cloths and
and 2. l.'hlthe marriage .
The Commissioner of Internal 1 Revenue :'! as I'hiBtors nud all other 1'utunt Medicines bo- 'i ;. :1 .
invalid bocagse contracted with a !Vince fore t'je trade ,
1 as issued u circular concerning the as- I I "
etment'of' distributive of the blood with Hlt the formal consent : : ,
's tax on legacies I : ,
+1:1 m : I
of the reigning sov rt'ign or ,of the Privy
and fail-
f hares successions, as through .
Council; About !0) tho' Prince ,,1 "
years ago I
and A' Asses
are of Assessor! a stant ois toe .
J.'U ...
:: "
.. ''xercise due' vigilance tnuqh; revenuej Consort offered to compromise the matter, The moat extensive nnd complete Block of :, 11.- \ .1
but he would not give more than 15,00(1; ( '
n fitly due is lost to the Goveinment.-. Ladies' Dress' Goods
\ There the whole amount of the personal' and Mis. Hyves, though in great poverty PAINTS ., ; .

iiopetty)' of an estate payable to legacies would not accept the teims.-Cor, X. 1JYi I' I..

o r distnbutives exceeds the sum .of $lrOOOII wa. Olla Vnrnlshcs, French Zlno, Colors, Arll.tn' French Merinos
'i actual value the'' same rls subject" to. UpOY McKIBBIN & .ALLEN, nnd Fainter1* llnterhils to bo found In any 000. ,
lion of tha ijoutb, and ut whloh .
dhity or tax without regard to the THE CONDITION Wnicii MR STE prices AUSO- .' :
r miount or'value of each legacy or share. PUESS ACCEPTFD. dispatch from English Merinos

.1 nit si hen the amount does: .not exceed Washington of March 10, says that !\II"Stl'phl'ns' t' i i" *

'11,000 i,o tax is cliaraable. .
final acceptance of the Georgia TALLAHASSEE FLA. '
.. .
French and
of Glnn Gorman
Ewry variety ,
Serntorship was in consequence of m 01.
The ftirtlter consideration of the Bank- i'lnti1( 8t: :lined l. Cut mud Sky Light Oliisa, .Inglo
assurance from high officials in that city und tlunblo tliloknc'SB. French and >
r nptcy' Bill will be resumed in the House .English op1i s

o n Wednesday or Thursday next. Thef that he would be admitted to his seat, IlAVE 'JUST KtCEtVED. ,

fiends of the hill have confidence in its and the President is determined to do his ) Pure' French Brandies Pail clo Clioovcrs5v:

scveial of the members who .
1 usage best to seem that admission, and that i t '
] 1'1 lelofoienpp' Iced the bill basing -
his case is not an Isolated one. Wines and Whiskies : [Plain, and Fancy '
td then intention to support it. .. .-- VIA ST.. ftfARKS .

The Superintendent of Fieedmens' The Charleston Courier\ says lion John Tor I Medlo'nnl pl1l"J1ooeRj; nnll1 largo supply! of All "WoolAmerican'
other Liquors for gonerul use
vi pages has been instructed by Major Van, Buren is now, on a visit 'to that .

General G. 0. Howard, to divide the Ar- city. A LVROi! INVOICE OF Bruch Foucher & Co.'s .Dclaijics'1

In talon: estattt 1wina'east!!: of the load into \ ,
._____ ___ ___
five acre lots, to be rented 011 niiltcmagieemeuts -u '
GNFS.Solo .
to the fieodmen. The tent to COMMERCIAL.Tullaliu ; (JE: Delaines, ;

1>B paid at each harvesting the
crops HARD WARE Agents of tho only true Imported BrandsIn
Ei keen nuipi on the west of the road Is'as. the cuuetry vlzCiirto: : D'Or, Lao D'Or, mid Fancy Silks, '
signed: to be divided mid rent!'ml in the sco i5 rtrltet.SCNTINCL ", jprononni.uil:: b)' nil ouunoluiuura superior I

"+ :same manner About twenty acres to bea flKFlCK, > louny licrclofoie In uau
TALLADiBSSR, Fin, March 22,1800.5 n'great variety I I'V'V'in.1cr
\garden! by dependents of the Fieecl \ .,
for the American VlntogoCoinpun -
Special Agent
II\P'Ub' \ilh e. This estate is not conlis- mid large stock of their celebrated C'llllui -
cat -d !property, and therefore catinol level Tho alcs for tho past two daj core 3 bile! DEYGOODSLIQUORS 'ulu brands const.inlly on liuud ; ShawlsAT
middling and ordinary at price+,-;, from
I to the lieu at he death of the owners ranging 21
but it was sold fur taxes and to 311 Scouts. followingaroonrquotation >fy special arrniiKomout" with Srnnnfioturo ALL I'I.ICES.:

chfl ;sed by the Government for which pur- Middling-....,.....:..................30 11311-2 and Importers of the .Vnrth, and In Europe, warrant .
Ordinary26a25OSNERAL mo in not only guurli.touini tho uheolute I '
pui pose it I is now being appheJ.LIVELY Purity nnd UcuulnoiiiHK of my entire .Iock. but .
,. MARKET nUo onulilo mo to soil any of the above nionlunud -
Corrected by Alexander Gallic Grocer. I lines of goods at flrsi' cost prices-((11 sinus

DEMAND: Fon CORN.-There Flour,'porbbl.....-...-...........$14 oon IS 00 : Bugs oven loss then traasporiutiiin. Cloths; and CassiwcresIGILIAT
has I jeen lively demand for corn in this Jluckwhont, per bbl............... 16 00 a IS 00 .
marl teL for shoe days, and. while the receipt Hominy, ''or bushel--------------- 1 60 a 176 I. An cxaniliiullon of my prices wlU sustain these. "' '

s are large, they are. scarcely equalto Corn Coffeen.Men.!.'..,..:..............._... '1 60 a '175 statements In every l1rtlol1lnr. { yAP.IL-m: : ::: .,...,

th e demand. 'An article of good White Fresh Buef----------------------- 88a 12 '''40 18 '''

for b read.purposes sells readil)'. at storesntl,40 ChlckeiiK,'put palr....,:,......;...)( 60 a a 1 I' d: O. t sc.. 'cLo., .. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.: HATS .i\NJrCAVS. ": "
bushel while iyellow and Egos, per dozon.................... 25 o 30 I." II >" ,, ),
: per\ ; Butler, per pound............"... 65 a 75! I I ,' '
mixer Il he
purchased by the WALSH "
may quantity .. 1i'.1FJ
Vhee.".n. .. ." 40 a 60 / .
at $1 ::0. Unbolted meal sells at $1 65, Sweet Potatoes, pur buehul------- 60 a 76! March 1, 1300. tiICI. JOOTS f\NP SHOESHARDWARE .. .

aril !b> JlteJ f\li CO perl busjiel.! ) Atl'aiticle Irish Potaoee, per barrel......... 0 00 a 7 00 .. .
Onions ..... .. .. '. S. K.t'oc. Ilai-naril prough: ton S(s, .
\fr n'1'lh per barreL : : ..: 6 00 a 7 00 : ;
mills ( mills
country or water ) .\
Muekercl, per kll......""'."-"-" 3 60 a 4 00 ,
finds r ready purchasers at $1,00,per bushel Lard, per pound................... 25 a"" 30 SAVANNAH,. GEO. r .. ;
and is preferred i [ to any other.-Atlanta Bacon, per pound----------------- 20 n 25 ',
CIICclIIJrcl.. 1C.OTTOS'The. Whiskey, per g\llon......-1......j 8 60 a fl 60 .11 ., ClioCKEUY,
JnUIIiy Hides DOYLE fob 0, ISOO-tf ,' "
Illdua 08 a 10 & CO" '
green-------.a------- W a OSgjwv I j J "[1'
"bDIA I ; Ne\v'oikHeraldof GUERARD T111Varo: &C..
.. -- JOHN ,M. ; ( &c.
U inst. The accounts from -, I .
the 1
says : : ,
DOYf.K .
Bombay show a rapid increase of.the .aVtdi tmtnf Attorney'' at Law .1 I. r .

growth : )f cotton in Western India. 1119 I 'I III II' ;,

shipmen t for five months' alone during Corner Bay antI WMtaker;: Sts. 175 Hay Street, .G-R.OCEB.XES':

last year .over the\ Great Indian Peninsula ." ." t
Ilailni ly amounted to two hundred and ,NATIONALSTOVE SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. ..
nine thou sand. seven hundred\ and twenty' SAVANNAH, GEOllQIA.I robrtmrySl.lSM. 1m FLOUR-,i. .. ( ..
four bale B-tin'ee times the amount for :

the same )peiiud in the preceding year.- IVOIIS WILLARD'S SUGAR', ''I. ."' .
Our COI'I'O'' 'ipondent gives some interesting WHOLESALE GROCERS 'I.i 't, '>1' '. "
facts ic'at' ire to the Duality Indian Cot I .
toil and slows its great mferioiity to that ,Nos. 239 and 241 Water Street, LIVERY TOBACCO &c, &c.. .
fri't,5h country..'" : .. .i i iPowder
grown ___________ I Between Bookman Street and Peck Slip AND DJULKRS INPROVISIONS QUIIVCY, ri.OKIDA.TTJCK3 Percussion'r'

The Shrevep Giuettee says the ira.: r ,"q 1 .'t' 'f1EWIYORK. j \ ,' ,' ---""-- : .1 : I Shot and' '
pediment th rowp in the way of the ship- ,. ., 1'ussrngere are always arclNln In on readlneaa the K.iilro.utruins convey, c. Cap's',.. :. .,

*\ lent of cotton. \ by officials of the' Treas- WATSON: SANFOItD., President ., :11! <, ,I' i to CUA'1'TAUOOU1IKK!;, or any point to whichthey -*-_. 9 i '
iy Depal tin eut, at il ati place are seriously JOHN I limy desire to go. .' i : n.-"
nt TBUSLOW, Vloo I-re.'t and Treasurer I' .
jiUerfeiiog with time trade of the city. .1. X,. BEABDRY, Buporlntendent of 'Work. .* Foreign and Domestic Liquors TI1EO. nLLARDiFubmitryg315Ca. Iw i I. : f '.
SAM. S: im'EU, i t'
TK > sei/tuo o f cotton by these dignitariesis Bcorotury. Wines &' '

:u '1, "V'1V. /. such .cql occutrl'nce Solo ' .' BLACKSMITH INC .. Liquors,

,. that .'t ba3 almost cotue'taxi a matter of ninnufootureri.of; I i VOQIak; N tYLZ +y: I ."

court et'18' Uazlttl.also complains that Sanford's Challenge Heaters, .! i H; B.' FITTS & CO ,
'II 1"
Tho Stock in the
largest State1
the au'tonreiped. { upon tlie ple.i. 'of bairtsvd' ,
nfeXlei'atVfiropeity'afid: 'fs made\ toumlerj l MAMMOTH I HEATERS, I\VItAIltIX ID4L1'ER; A UP noV prepared,<$ to.exvputo \ 'de.crip-. ; Ili ;. R ,fit .

o a loosing j.ystem of lejiackiug. COSMOPOLITE r RADIATORS, r ; I : ..1'>1. j .)" 1 .1 jail iof 4 ;oxsYiTIxa.JJ':: ) 1,: : 'l'!
--I'.' '' ,' fARLOR. RANGES I.' '&ry"J'&ri.&c ;;. Ir BLACKSMITHING i } .,..... > .1 i, I I" : :,ti.; 'I M ,5 .'t: .-II.IWIjltKY '
The C ralTeston (1'exas'NelVs says that CHALLENGE KITCHEN !r '" I 11; '>.;.1 j 1,('. I'' ,. .:1 the Iu the CjOst beet ol malt'iiuterlal''''',pnd.aluw&0., will a ailtiiib* ui. Juu" ,y DnA NDIa GIN GUAM;!

the best informed merchants: estimate the BEACOi't'iIGHTRANGES;'; :: .: (' have eouuru'l the rVlce. ot lone of the rAGNE, POUT!" SJElERIll'ANDCJ.ARET ;

91f old cotton Injp'IjSJal4lat )not .._ +' I.
more theI tnelvu thousand bales, In 1. +i tllit, I tpsstft10tr} i l f"You... I .
ilia >> : 'I I AC1EN'l' who may with their patronag4> ; *
()us of Stat<> but little cotton Moves >
ollle pmt Heating I .. ; will ho gusryet.wttottru sHUofaolion.D .
;alas b'l'o planted, ,while in others Cooing; auu I. 'I I 'i"Sho. uuiirly opiwsite the Post Ottlce. : c 13I7TFIS J.e. .I.e. m I II' ;'

mord..than the Usual'amount has been. put ..' :Adapted i t to uli:p rU IItt tf)0) u:'ord.! ,1. A.' 'x..ort.'a :: Fob 8, 18tia--tf'_. I a"::{/";The nierchand/ Flirt'i.laiarp! /,rppectfully "

n..1"1". ", :. .' '-'; 'j' ,, .I'J: ; P= oUC-i 3s A3 .I rI"lItQS e'\\ t<\ e:>ainjue our stock>
: -.o- =,r. ,
H_. :-ALBO-, Celebrated Albany before dpcidmg' to purchase ip NewVoi, V,.
A' ! n't Inir
STOV'B'HOLLOW .WARE t I ? >, i i / '.t .n PLOTJGH IRON.
; '
Mr. 'jMncdln'ii .. General prices
llatt! ,, iherety saving then time' and
declares,' (Iii a\ scciet letter,othat the Pres- "1 ; AfcDJ- ". j.< i. ii':'. : IMPERIAL 'i"t' "''i. I .I'.I'I'' freigimtI!;!; li! .
O3. 10 11 60 tuid rioutfhs( ; ;. ,. ,
vetoed I C : i. '
lecently' < '
ideia's'tJure.u'billj; by ,: :.i"UNION STOVE'POLISH.i : 'i 'i ; i. N /I and8lnoa0u lllulf tlho\'o\i u' 'G"I J tirlllitillf(1gaoJ'iultl at retail
I'letiilent Was by its I A.'i: .T. '. !': I ( :
the phumed authors II I I', ., I I iD R E A JV1 ; "! ncliwl'lulion.. .1 i I
of i ;T1, p SLUSSlat: :. Ageut.1'allabushuc at ,, ., t "
for the gxprep iiiiirpotie 'ovetturoiiig 1 : )"IJ.... I :"> -i' 'ii ) h ', > .:: l"orll.lo. P. B. MKGINNIS3... :;. Cr.11\'3. 1 JIoKiblmi & Allen.
: k
the UUVqllJlU 'uL." : March 22 IStitj, .. : .
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z,,1 t!I \t 1i fie d, 4Iod. ljt \".iidiif 1 tSHOBE t".. A'UclegaUon"of i 'ft Ladies.OmFrMiw'afternoon1 delegationof .' letter Riot from fn Richmond.A Richmond i gives. the' i iWIIOLESALEr' ANDS RETAIL STORE.

young ladies had an interview with particulars of a riot in the eastern

"VT. .A. E: the President, of ,which the Baltimore suburbs of the city, late. Friday ....- -----

Sun says : night tho'2nd insl." It'nppVarsthat n

PCBLI8HKB AND PROPRIETOR. Six 'Of the! young ladies were fro E police force undertook to disperse or (D-Q W ,, \ m S @ @

Memphis, Tenn., some of them the arrest 5o'of 60 armed negroes, who

; 'l'HURSDAYMARCH 22, 1808. daughters of personal friends of the fired a volley at them without effect. -

/ President; six from Georgia, and the The police returned 'tn6 fire/; when< OVU FRIENDS, '1'IIA'r'J; HAVE.Ol.'iwNKU .

"Hang Out lour Banners" remainder from Virginia and Mary- the negroes retreated across a ravine. W,K KESPECTrUULV. A INIOBM"l

land. Prof. Brooks, on behalf of the The fire was renewed<< at intervals;

Why do merchants and businessmen young ladies, addressed' the President and the blacks once or twice recross- wisKBi&iEflAiLiB" .ASS BJiEfflA.i.ij,, eif' ffiffl

have costly signs painted and in a neat little speech, assuring ed the ravine driving back the po- I" customer with all kinds o
their it is Tallah.weewbcr4 we are prepared lo supply
placed over stores,' Unless him of their high admiration of his At the Old Stand I in

for that the information have of and the merchandise people. elevated statesmanship, and their lice.The continuous reports of 1 rearnshaving' Dry Goods Groceries Boots aild Shoes,
they wares ,
of his kind and
I grateful appreciation attracted the attention of the

of the for sale Well will, how many even onciliatory feeling towards that sec commanding officer at Libby'Prison, HATS & OAPS CLOTHING HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND
city people personally see ,
tion of the country from which they he sent a squad of men ascertain

these signs and know of the whereabouts came, in his efforts for a restoration' the cause. The soldiers went' to the AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. ,
of tho dealer of the kind of .
or of the Union. The President'received rear of the position held by the
goods he have on hand Not x..ovvcst.On.. h :3F x-loo for 4J4t b. or
may ladies blacks A t tlio
the young most graciously, and the crowd dispersed.--

one merchants in ten,think perhaps.this kind And of yet notification some taking them by the hand singly.lie .- The military captured ten, of the rio- CO-t'TON.:;

expressed his gratification at meeting ters several "of whonthad been
is sufficient advertisement of branch of our hone In New York we are prepared t* furulih Geods of all
their business. Not so, however.Where .-! them ; spoke of in the benignant the influence wounded, it is reported, by the shotsof kind Having,in any wtsbllshed qusnUty a,on Lb,ahortoet notice and the moat advantageous term..

of women calming the, police.
one person reads the inscription strife of the hour. He considered t- Cash Advances Made on.Cotton Shipped to

on a sign-board, a hundred wIll their presence here as a cheering evidence POKING FUN AT A CONDCCTOR.The .- ;
read an advertisement in a News conductor who was SCOTT CO.
that it was not impossible to discharged HODGKISS ,
,, paper. Of course then, the man cement firmly the bonds of the U nron. from'the employment'of rio( the ,

who advertises liberally, so much the I withdrew Ohio railroads time for in- 'Y
The young ladies then some ago, Nm "rn
more extensively publishes to the much charmed with the affability of viting a friend to ride ovsr tho road Tallahassee,Jan. 8,18 S-ly
trading world that he is prepared to in the with him he did like
returned ride
the President. They! as not to
serve them with what they need in evening train to Baltimore. in the train alone, hasbeen to-ap PEN. &; GEORGIA RAILROAD.' Emporium of Varieties.

his branch of business, and the greater .. pointed by the :superintendent! lie

4 will be his success, the profits is again the hero of another adven $i1P0
i from one new customer, often overpaying GIVE PRINTERS FAIR PLAY-The
ture, which has been made public.On .- --- WILLIAM P. SLUSSER
all expenses of his publication following excellent advice appears in a recent trip, the train of which CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ,
dozen The Mobile exchange : Do not forget TALLAHASS: :. FIoA..
in a newspapers. an paper this conductor had charge overtook 'Tnuu8sn Jan. 15,1888.

Register adverting to this subject, that it costs something to puff as wellas cripple, limping along by the side of Y and after ll U j the Trains Copper Tin and ,
remarks that it was an axiom of a to advertise ; and never to sponge the track when hero the on the I'eniwcola and Georgia Uatlroad will .
run dally as follows: SHEET IRON MANUFACTURER
celebrated impresario of Showmentbt upon the printers in any manner ductor, kindly invited him to get on EASTWARD. ,.

-Printer', ink was the theapet whatever. It is printer's ink that and ride. The I_ve Quincy nt.._.... *.JO A. Isf.
wooden-legged man at............ 880 .' DEALER IX
that business invest makes nine-tenths of fortunes An.it al Tallahassee
thing a man can ;jit
thanked him, and replied that he had Leave Tallahassee at.-.... ?.00 ?
in." The Register says : "Our long takes money to buy ink, type, paper rather he in Arrive at Madison at._..11.00 and
not, as was a hurry !1- 1180 III' English ,French Domestic -
at ,
experience and observation have and yet after all this, few are The conductor thinks seriously of Leave Arrived Madison at Lake City-at..----.-.. 3.00.P. M.WESTWARD. .
taught us that liberal advertising and the thanks that the printers get.- his commission.AF Goods,
commercial success were almost Give the printers fair play and give throwing up Leave Lake City at........_....... 'M A. M.
; Arrive at Madison .at............-..1t2O,P. Y.I Plain, Fancy fc Japanned Ware,
sure to go hand in hand. We have up all expectation of gratuitous puf- IMPORTANT INDIAN TREATY I Leave Madlnon at.....__.__.._._.12.W.arrive III
of the most etc. The American states An 'important treaty between the nt Tallahassee at.._.......:. 4 80 "
,our eye now on one fing, great I Tallahassee at._. 5.00 STOVE
successful merchants that Mobile has man, Daniel Webster, was "mightynear Creek Nation and the United States, Arrive Leave alQuincy ........_....... .30 HEADQUARTERS. .
and he remarked of the was\ signed afternoon at the TRAIN.
known the twentyyears right when Saturday ST. MARKS .
.._...... A large and handsome variety of i
Tallahassee at.. 7.30 A. *
office Leave
the founder of a housethat now press, "small is the sum required to of Indian Affairs, at Washing Arrive at St. Marks at-........... 8 15 "
stands at the head of its line of business !. patronize a newspaper;'amply rewar- ton. The Creeks, among their important Leave 8t. Mark at.......__...._.1100 M. COOKING STOVES .
P. M.
who was always a firm believer ded is its patron, care I not how hum stipulations, cede the west half Arrive I
in the virtue of printer's ink and ble and unpretending the gazette of their large domain ; admit their of the unit at Madison for Dinner, going from ComtiiniBg

who'showed his faith by his practice. which he takes. 'It is next to impossible emancipated negroes to equal civil aDd A coming line of this stages way.between! Quincy, Balnhrldne. SHEET IRON '\

Since the war ended, the custom of to fill a sheet full of printed mat- rights ; convey right of way to con and Albany,will,conned mid between with the Mootlcello lralnl.E. and Thornasville ,

advertising has grown into a decided ter fifty-two times a year, without struct railroads through their country :BOU8TOUN, A1R-1IGIIT,

fashion._ Our own ample columns putting into it. something that is and also to agree to such legislation Jan. IS68-If_ PrealdenLHodgkiss

give daily proof of it, 'in which the worth the subscription price." on the part of Congress as may Scott & Co BOX, AND

observant reader will find that branch be necessary to establish a judicial "
of our business has doubled and The Cairo Times reports that four system in the Indian Territory, and COMMISSION MEROHANTS ,- l

thribled since ante-bellum. era.- monitors are now lying in front of; to a general council, with defined ,, trimmed In a neat and durable man- .

Georgia Cittern. that city, intended for harbor defense. legislative powers, composed of dele- NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. ner. They can be shipped to any part| of ,

J '. I'. Two will be stationed in harbors on gates from each Nation. Thoa. H. Hodgklw,late of Hambelton Brotkors, the PIPES country and ELBOWS with perfect safety. STOVE .
-" .. B< 'Statue.of Lincoln. the Gulf, while the other two will be O./W. Scott,of firm of O. W Scott & Co.,Talla- Out-door work-Tin Roofing Glittering
Our-Yankec'friends sent to the Atlantic coast They are ...-. BainWblG.KPoote'ef down Pipes, Ornamental ]lout e '. ',
are getting Davis, in the conclusion of D. n. I'ooie.of arm of Poole A Babbitt, .I
a recent -
Heads, Sheet Zinc Sheet Ltad.t .
'up a grand statue of Abraham Lincoln all of the same model, and nearly "Tat.lahaae.e ,
speech'electrified the Senate by firm of O. W. Scott a Shop work of every descriptiondone
with all ,the necessary sensa the same size-the. Tippecanoe, the saying that these unlawful agitationsand Fla' eSpecial en' short notice.
tional snrroundin A letter from last finished, being of 1,034 tons capacity J
exercise of
Florence to the New York Times, and drawing thirteen feet of If exercised in power that the react.-time attention given to the sale of ,all kinds of ZNTotloxxs.WOODEN : .

gives the following description: water. They 'will soon be joined by might come when if way these States SOUTHERN PRODUCE:? ,

The idea is beautifuland it is finely seven other light draught monitors, the purchase and shipment of WARE,
were kept out they would form a and to WILLOW WARE,
Lincoln is withwe for river defense. Two of these called
carried out. standing Plantatlon.Goods TOYS
separate organisation obtain sufficient Household and ,
hand on the American shield the Shiloh and Etlah, are being .. CHRISTMAS PRESENTSOf

with the stars and stripes, and the built by McCord Brothers,. of St. h democratic co-operation to muster Wares' Implements, every description on band Call and .
votes challenge
other stretched out over a negro Louis, two, the Knmah and Klamath, majority 8cC. examine before purchasing elsewhere.
President to declare which was MACHINERY Nov. 7,1865-6m
before him in half Cincinnati Hamilton & Co.
kneeling a rising at by ; the Senate, and, "by the eternal the
position, his hand-cuffs broken, the two the Marietta and Sandnsky, at President hadthe: right to decide,and Saddle, Harness and Carriage'ESTABLISHMENT
his head and IT & Co. and
liberty : Hartipoe
cap upon an un- Pittsburg, ; ought in the to exercise it."
mistakable expression of joy and another at Pittsburg by Snowden & Mrtms Currier i Co., New York.J. _
I. I' ,Griffin,Ga.
hopeful anticipation in his upturned Co. Five, of these vessels draw nine A remarkable case of absence of Bryant. L Moore Croom,Montgomery,Ala., 'ej. 1M

face. Lincoln's homely features are feet of water and two five feet. All mind occurred the residence of A. Bond, Macon, Ga. ::
Bwid, Macon, Ga. .
K. ".TeJu.'received ...
true to life, but refined.and idealized to be 614 tons measurement and Jas.GWhlt5eld DemopoUI Ala. I large .1'1.
are one of our most hospitable citizen ; \State 'j1r.r;; Florida, meat of Goods,consisting of
Wm. Bally
by the sublime benignty'with which to eleven inch The
carry guns. last evening. A friend of well! known
he looks down the outcastat monitors fifteen inch TThi"RHambelton; ,rrea. Md.. Fire IDs Com. Gentlemen's and Ladles' Baddies,
upon poor large carry bibilous propensities, had no sooner Baltimore. Fine Double and Single Har_.
his feet, whom he has made an smooth bore Dahlgreen guns. entered the room than he was asked pony Oct., M-tf Bridles Collars and Whips' ,
Saddle Cloths,
equal before man, as well as before to' take- a drink.- "Thank you," said Shoe Findings of evtry description

God. Lincoln's" whole figure is excellent A German Reformed Messengerhas the guest, throwing his hat into the ..PRATORIUS_ ... & CLARK."., Travelling Leather or Satchels all kinds and Trunk ;.j-,
thoroughly expressive of the received a letter from a friend in fire and quietly placing his'quid of OJlSl 'Baddle and Harness Hardware ,:
T Carriage Trtmmlnfts, t
unpretending simplicity} of the man, China, in which it is stated that a tobacco on a table near by. This is MRCIUIVT" Wagon and Buggy Hubs.. 'k"
and yet clothed with all the dignity is have Buggy Bhafu,Spokes and Him, i'
discovery reported to the most remarkable of absenceof !
great case ,
TAU-AHASSEE, FL.ORIPA. ; Buggy Axles and Springs,
character work
which his and his
: been recently made by eon of mind that we have ever been call- I I !a"'j

have given him. Behind him is the the English army in aChina! in the ed upon to record.-Atlanta Intel. KEEP CONSTANTLY! and varied OK assortment,HAND ofGENTLEMENS CA 1nn AGES AND BVGGIES t

broken whipping post, beneath him way of an, effectual cure for small I. aale n large : 'J..

{is the fragments ,of the .'whip\ both The modeof treatment is as COLDS ix THE HEAD.-As this is CLOTHING! of Machine every description Belting. ._

things that were. It is a beautiful Mows : the season for these troublesome and ,OlBpftvCQTaHahs.se Work made to order and I\opariar! done wiii? ,"-

group, and one that should be knownfar "When the preceding fever is at annoying little maladies, a remedy i ALSO, Agent for. Wheeler a: WIIeao'. and. 8e e
and wide.in America indeed it SEWING 11IACIIINES.
; its height and just before the '
eruption pointed out by French Hospital Ga J. E PURDY;
strikes me that no more fitting,subject appears,. the chest is rubbed with zettte, may be of interest and use on Cloths, Ocl.,2If

could be, found' for' Lincoln'smonument croton oil and tartaric ointment this side of the Atlantic. It consist SOUTHERN

than this embodiment of This causes the whole ofa the erup- in inhaling the tincture of iodine by Cassimcrcs< EXPORT

the cause for which he died. tion to appear on that part of the holding a vial of the tincture under rr AND '

aL. body to the relief of the, rest. It also the no e. The w rmth off the hind yns, IMPORT COMPANY.;.
A monthly periodical 1 is to be published *
secures a full and complete erup. volatilizes the tincture. It is to be
in Charlotte, N. C., of which tion and thus disease : Ties
prevents the thus breathed at intervals of three Neck His COMPANY
Gen. D. IL Hill formerly of the Confederate It now organic and we.
from attacking the internal orracsJ: i minutes, and the malady is soon con X .are prepared to make liberal advance on

army is. one: of the. ,editors This is said to be the established quered. ajI l' AeIS, :I

and proprietors. mode of treatment in the English army Cotton and ottier Produce.

e. in China, by general orders, and Gen.Wade Hampton was at the hose &c
renf enien' .
/3f A Frenchman named Madden regarded a Battle House in Mobile few \ ,. "" \f ," eoMlKjied lnourAent.ln Unrpool. The pi*....
as permanent cure. days ent vain of Cotton In IJvrrpnolle f>om 60 to Ml
was arrested in New York Friday .. IZT ago. The Times says" the General is Gentlemen's parmenta rut and made'In fsihlonahle oenla Ffi001"1!? f(>r good Upland COU.D.and from'
style and superior manner.sa 80.to 1..SJJcnu for good long C"0" 'In _.
and there fonnd in his Gold.
were The ,homestead- Henry in excellent health and spirits, and Store next to T. Tstum's... will! advance ons-biOfJU value U Gold or Its.
possession letters in which he states that his freedmen are'iatwbrk CVtober:24-If equivalent i i currency.
the 12th ultimo )
Claywas-sold-on to says ; ,"We solicit orders for Roods from u.UerthaiMa.
that he has a special mission from the Regent of KentuckjMUniver\ planting and "doing as well as could iAdininhtrtetr'Iz's: : Notice. and Planter The strictest attentlin paid to to..
assassinate the President. amaltesl orders for goods from Enfland,
Heaven to
sity'for the'in'm of-190,000. 'It consists >e expected to 'coin an old phrase, months after date I will present my ao- and Oerma ,
The prisoner will undergo medical of 325 acres, and will be transformed -' but that if at any time the freedmen SIX DIa and vouchers.. Administratrix of the RICUARD; F. FLOYD President.
,,late of L. M. WklU ta be honorable Judge of Jacksonville, Florida.. ..
examination to determine if he is into the Agricultural College break their contracts, there is'.nQ redress rebate of Leon '<;Ir a final sottlsraentaadMkfor'a.irlsrhane. K,T.; Pii.t, Agent, Liverpool Injlsnd.: ,

sane",. ,.. I.i.n' ', : or that Stata. on the part of the planter. t Ju,IS,1664- nj .'*-* S.'M:' W9r8E Adm, ,2k'.or.T. :It llIunD-3mt Cpot, Tantth.1fI.. '

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