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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 29, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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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ri. Vcdt1 $rntinc1 DRUGS, :! !'DRUGS !r; 'LATEST SEWS ni TIHhiU\US.' t: Krvclallous, Kassou ol 1 Vttsltiu. DiVIU'cc';.;toiiLife'flee 'Speech f-Hqu.: D, W. Voorhccs

Tlitfcoiton market in :MeW'York; on ,lhe Mr. Voorhees made a rousing speech be
'Cno; '.
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22,1. wns excited. Five, thousand bales fore the recent Indiana Democratic Con

PUBLISHED wlioL SAt: ANrl'IihTAIL, '. ,, fcold lit 41 cents per pound. Mr Kaison! wife bf* the Hon. J.] A. Kns- vention, the substance of which is us' lol-

Tuesday, Thursday' : Saturday, ,.. (Gold quoted} nt ..128 son, Heprestntative In (/"otigrta from I. 'tvn, lows : ,j }
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r- wns granted divorce from her husband Mr. Vobihcps on
a said
,. The ;Austrulaeinut; from Liverpool, with by the toll him for a'
ilnle to the\ 'lOili lOil'': ; reports1 the clilton I the iJexmomes )pi :riet Court on Saturday speech was made in honor of I he fight lid

TClC.tls--Cu; In Advance. L'ARCES'STO.CK, fntll'k\.t buoyant., S.ile '20.000) hales nt the I lis':. Mr.I }\nson made no defence, but, had made for the eounlry' and the people.

Per Annum-three lime* a week: ._.......$0 00 'I following quotation.--\ltddling 'upland 19'\ on the etiiill'ni'V\ | confersvil to the adultery The Convention met under lhe .IIIUS : f.ivor-

}'o, do twloo nwnek..."............ 4'00 In tho. State, of. Georgia., to. 1914.! oharged in the ,petition Mi-a. Kacson i in a able lIu"piet'8Th: ..p wire'Do gilds to the

Do., do once a week............;....... \2 00 An attempt 16 .assassinate! Mnximillisn daughter! !I the Ilmi. Thomas D Flint, Hp- right or Ieftharid" and none-in front.: 'There

BSTThoso f.fns(t put -'Sentinel" within the ;-r-.t--a r.wa.4-- was made while "\\'as\ 'nt Cucrnavaca prpnentalive Congress from the First ] )is.tact were no bmonets'to' keep 'nien' froln iho

roach of every innn I In tho State. Ti. Tlio mini wns nrrefeted,' lint elloiily oflerwuidi of Alnssnchusetis.: Many i jcars xincfMr polls, :and we should be grateful God for
RUas. MEDICINES Chemical, released by order of. the Emperor, Kasson held the relation of Piench the change. We are approaching n great
B 1 Patent Morltcmea and! Purlrin,u1ca, who said to \the Minuter i of Jubilee., "I do teacher to Miss Flint, in New Bedford, and crisis' in our hisrory.'e' are''flgl.ting: the

HATES OF ADVERTISING, lrluvoringExnruOle'rtl..e., Surgical I &c.InntiuinunU. Art,. le, Stu '., "not 'link my I life u la in diin'; i-r ; the people while, dningso achieved ihe store l'1I.le..f-.. same foe that we hunt, to contend with thirty -

TO BB PAID run IM) ADVANCE : Solo Ant fur lIel1l1hol.I' .ExtrlCLI' of Buchll of Mexico loVij me too well !" '" in' <; one of husband, eiilfdly.! against the yeais ago' and it is icprrsented- the

and! SIIr.npl1rlllll. Att'er'a 1'rtptrationa, JIlY".'. I Geo. A.'I'renhohB. V'lIf.lcral; ,Secretary wished and consent of the\ parents, mid present Congress, who ore oppos 'd to tonetitutiuhal -
Ono square, (12 onp"rollines\ ,) or lees, for the .. Dmnlnlro Bitters, and '
l'repBrnlilln., fi, lends In fact it
flrot insertion........-.......... ........ $1 00 I'r pllr..lIunl, nOOIlIl'I' hair alld Philion' 11,11'l'repar"lIoll. Carolina the the Or* reconciliation tuna finally effected! and with I he President nt its head. It the
known an
Etch snbsvqnent insertion ............. .. 75 Thomp.oll" properly : is
and Toilet Artlolos'II'o Strength:! : onurblirg Female :Semimry: for the purposes during I Iho residence. of the two families in. disunion paity. I denoanu'a Thad. Step.
Estate and Legal Notices to be charged Dniug furo''i.irade.t l'I".tp. and all:'other, ; 'l'ut"t. .Modlelues. bu-, 1' ol a 'theological bchool. Washington their lelatinns have 'liven cor hellO ttnd.:Suulaet; as being the original diBunionisis --

tho s'i no nrt transient advertisements, :Senator: Doolmlo is :said' to bn prewiring( dial and intioiate\;:, :\1\ r. Kasson and! his wife und such piped as the Indianap

except Notice of DlemUslon us Administrator Atfeo I I a Fieedmen's ISurriiu bill, ,whiijh: will be inuceoiil.mco general'y, being the guests of Mr. Eliot and olio Journal, the Cincinnati Commeicial

fur which the chargo shall be.. 13 00 ., with the President's views. It his Inmily. and the New York Tribune ; as they said

Obituary Noilnes ,and Tributes of Hospcct The most extensive of' will be inlrodtoed at an, early' d.iy. Washington letter Bays these me let the !South go. The ditH-renco between

charged nsitdvertlecraetita. and complotejitock rr An order unit been i l"ued 'diii'etlng: nearly .Home, or the lets relatina to the c.all- them nuts, they saw echctnes of p'undi'r,

'; one huncirfd odieeis of th,, Veteran Reserve Fot several winters pass :Mr. and Mrs.ICasion I revenge and hale to the South: '

PAINTS Corps to rgportluGen., Itovvari) for have been out' of the iriodel couples' The war is over, 'and these meti"Istill
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?xf(): i nnl (!t.nrt1.; ; $. VllrnIRhel' duty, in the Ftcedmen's. IStireuu 1 in the of/ W.di( lIgt n. society. Thu ladyrnthei' thirst fur I the ruin of the South.. President

Oils, French Zinc, Colors; 'Artists', :Sontli: : (pretty biilliiint,' and undeislatidmg well ,John oll assists' the South to return. These
nd Fulntcr'a M.iterlul
> to bo found In .t'c
Hon of the ,olllh, and At prices which'any Luau I I Th Southern Pacific llailroml ilirectois the nrt'of "making herself agreeable:. was a. men bluit the door in the face of the South.

:A J PEELER CTF.LY parr cO>lpnITtO. have conuluded, a contract .with A French general favorite well received everywhere The provost manhnN, ents' the Freud-

company to e\tcnd flie'! load! .TJje I'le1-} by lIlt 1.1lies. and) much admit'cell'Y' gentle, man's Durentf and Tr nMity( agents! all

ATTORNEY AT LAW GLASS dent lin1) completed!( airnrjgenients, : .to our men. The husband! was a most excellent misicprcBent ihe South.' They lie when
plate the 'cdnne'i'lion\ ''between Shreveperl roan; devoted,! to his wife, steady in his habits they report they see into its heart.; ,Do

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Every variety of
Office up Stairs over the State Dank. rinte.St 'lined, Cut and Sky 'Light Glium, utiiglo priHontorop.Thu I this on the'AlltfaeeVhat was undeineiitli' Then I call on you to stand firm Io President

I BE3"'()!IHco hour from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., nnd end double thlckneai. Chief of Police of Jnilianapolis.! yptiicrdiiy this llifr cxleunr con only be faintly I guessed Johnson .I heard him' say what ;

from 2 to & p. in.Ootobir received: a di-p-itui'i: .front; mi olliuiiil\ us the '"I'eo1'111 so Well kept np( I lint anted was harmony throughout 0' -

2" -Oin, Pure French Brandies quarter, nt \VIlSlllli ton, 'asking; the ha me when the explosion came, people were{ taken try,. fur that would make his fOl'ei policy!!

of hue,leading:;; Fenianflhat city, ,\ 'hlll completely, ) surplice and, ,could scarcely hirongcr.: 'These, ore his 'piecise, words :
EDWIN A HART believe tin) This! fall1:\ t. Kas-on but the '
is. wunU'ii' with it, gives rise to consfderublonpeculatbn. story on other hand there is a ('rue'I1.I"lItillg" -
I Wines 'and Whiskies, appeared here without his wife Friends ,... malignant! feeling in' C<'llglesd

ATTORNEY AT LAW, i A ilis|).toli announces the defeat of tile were eOllsllllltly ,lashing him when the known to all) ; but I stand by the !nur.vlu 1

For Vedlo'nar purpnee; and a largo supply of ; bill restoring the death penalty in'the llama would come ? why blue delayed ? and condoling la for ihe right. Andy Johnson has trip

MADISCX, FLA. i other Liquor. for general uao. : of \VJM.oiisiii Li-fflslature, liy vote of with him on his )furlorn .buteite eu.. on them, I can tell you, and he is dele) mined
hood without his charming companion.' All h, mash them
fifty to thirty-four. 'or get mashed him
{TILT pi-nollco In the Courts of the Middle : sell ,
', .Imliclil I I Circuit. BruchFoucl1er &Co.'s A slaver has just becn;, captured by a these remarks he met with ready-witted and I am with him. [Cheers.], '

Fuhru.n'v I.., 18tM. 47t -'c Sinsli| ? fitgnte'nirilio; coast ol' Cuba. Soy answers, nid: .it grew to bo n favorite iheoiy /

CJrIA.MFA.GNES. erol bundrul slaves'were oil ''board'; tome with the numinous friends 'of the parties Gen. Sitirmji's i\c\v Ifoinc/(

W H WHITNER, est'inates making the number aa' high as that; by remaining\ at home the lady wns Some months since t>several wealthy citizens -
; Solo Agents of the only true Imported Brand 1,500.:: .' but adding to the proofs of her leu tiun to of St. Louis united in '
testimonial
-ATTORNEY AT LAW In the country, sty: Carte 1)'Or.no D'Urnnd her husband she thero her n
to
Gov [ Lad interview ; us was use
Curtinot'enusllvllnin an Gen.
u :;lIerpronouncej by nit cotiiioUnuure superior ; \ ? to Major Sherman, the objectjof
,c"i: MAD1S0FLORIDA.. to uuy heretofore In u.e. 'with the President on Thur-d.iy, influence in obtaining his election 10 which, while expressing appreciation of
the Sell lle. Thu.- stood! when the
end uhs"1nenlly his intention olsuppottinpilie matters ,
I expressed the services of.that eminent officer
,' was tosecure
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COUUTS OF I Special Agent for tIe American VlntugoCompuuy pulley'of: the Administration fashionable world l was electrified( by hear' for him" a
Middle, Circuit. sod! n large stock ot their celebrated Gillforniu ing that :Mrs. 1C hid filled! a bill of; divorce permanent residence I
Joo SJ, 18U5-:faBBn brand constantly on hund. I The,,vote by which Uio Loan Bill was detailed Tha reply of Gen. Sherman to jhe'committee
f 3 aa BB w B "Ba"iiW last week, sus ,reconsidi.i-cd,! ; : by the against her husband, alleging as cause why is as follows : .
= -- My special urrnnuomenU with Manufacturers' House, yenterd.iy, by a vote;,' of' Si ro 06, hei' fcuit should be granted that he had been GnNTLF.jrEN
I
this
receipt
JULIAN BETTOtf nnd Importt'ra of the North, and In 1011'01'Wnr- and the measure was reenrn'mitteil to the guiliy'of great levity of conduct ( Io speakmild : : nm moment in'
rout niu In nut onl> uiirui.tt'olnjf, the iibi oluti1 Committee of and Mean ')'] wi'h two .shrrej j and thisaiain ol your kind note, in which you i inform
and Jonulndnegs bf iny'ciitlri stuck but i Wnys that
DULBr IN Purity ) ; me you have placed the ,of
rum
whoIt least bill er
involved hud '
ulHO enable me to null Hiiy (of- the, Hhoo* menllolii" The stednu-r U.SGrant, hound for the parties ,
30,000 lo with which,
linen of(('MKlrt at Irs( cost pl'lce.-III auuuelilies I Upper Aliii-ouri, sunk on SunJay, in, un ice- expectations' of having their names drnguedbforehu my credit to cnn
JJoots, Shoes and Leather, : oyolliel. Ibuui' traiiriportatton. i iAn the moulli'of; PlottB Allthenpassengers public in bomb n diollI'e.ahleInllnllel' ble me to procure a home in your midbl.
,gorge: near JJtver.
1 can hardly find words adequate 10 eu
h Jits. is llvey
saved. Lush estimated One off Indies -,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Cirst atatemeutt examination In of my pilees alit. Bustuln thoU at 8150,000.were the wife of a former United Slates Senator, to you my sent obligation both for the
evor'lJllrticulnr. subject matter,and the manner in which it
... noticeable from her
woman
Door INo-rlli of State Iluuk.M 1- -l u."I'.ry pretty is lone. This of all'lh.it
exceeds
sum money
SEEDS. grab( ful figure, por.bCb.sing in no small de
FRESH GARDEN
Dismantling;; thc Forts.Itt.jor I hove received! from ihe Government
.irch 6, 1SW.) 3mBLACKSjVMTHINC creetlm latal gift oC oauly'The other I
I General Augur, yesterday issued unfortunate is Mica -, li sprightly young of the United' plates for four yearsof :.labor
| W. 91 WALSH order to dismantle the in the midst, of danger,! and trouble, and I
on following! forts of lady, fur omo l lime clerk in jhe Pott Office l -
the defences north of the Poiomac : Forts here- II can hardly suppose I merit so valuable a'

H. 3. FITTS & CO. S. C. Cor. Barnard &Itroiifflitoit Sts, Carroll, Stanton, Daker, Mslinn, Lincoln! --.-- reword from (personal friends.. But I cori-.;
(1. frss it comes to IoU in i such a shape to
Totteii, Slounin Stevens, nenoand Sum- FI' Douglass I'itrlic,S Into us
ARE now prepared la execute every deserip- ,SAVANNAH; OEO.. ner. lie has .durretediill, qrd.nanc'o and Tile rre!idi'iil t eiiconr.'tgen belief that it will provide me
of3LACKSMITHINQ ordnance: stores tube lurnt-d; in nt \VaKhington what I most jieed-a home for my, family
'
] to> fob a, 18 1Jtf. Araen.1, Rrld 'I heingine'er; :: \ projierly; The negro tp'Iakcr..FII.J. Douglas delivered -and will therefore increase my Usefulness
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In the beat Ilnlfllr" 'r, rind us low an ___- .1 ,. to he dii-pjuid of under, !ituti uctions trot an oration, in Chicago, last week, tin in I the future I therefore accept it
-4 the on.t of m.itcrhil, etc., will admit in. incy Saddle, Harness and Carriage the, Engineer, Department. .' iho nssatsinution of Abraham Lincoln and with grateful thunks.Tind shall proceed l to
of tho
have seemed tho surrloe of fame the lessnha il taught. From it take the
; we
This reduces the famed "defences of invest the amount in the purchase ofa gorJ
BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. 'ESTABLISHMENT. i jWaclifngton'1 toe peaco fooling, and leaves )following extra III house, and lot, and will furnish it tq the 'ex-
i." I'I slavery lasted the] Union
Those who mil}' fuvor in with their |patronage 'of the'm only the pow l-ful water Jialiery/ oh \yhilu was lent of every cent when I will fI'P' ,rt to
patUfiietfon. Lave Just received a large assort weak': It was weak in the hudaufJoints' <
will 'lie guaranteed entire Fort the
shore above J Pnote exact rcnull. The '
n;iT3ho "..\ply oppo'Uelba Pilot U'llco' meet ';1' Uoodtf,coiwIaUi gpf ,f iOuutlemeu'a the Maryland Uuchanaii. They were tol'l. that it was ton you
u shall be thu"homo" of yyelianrl
ulivliariied wMi' the heavier and most ; acquired m
'Full. 3, 1SOB-tf__ | : | weak to defend itself and l loyal men ,
and ladles' Saddle., I i improved] artillery, commands! the Potomac; i many family us lung us I possibly can command

'To Printers and Publishers.Having 'Fine Double; Collar iincl andVldp.Slnu'lo Uuriees.UrlJlM ., ." > river for miles belowrind; ) above ; thus formidable he\ll.'vedit\ ; their policy Xiiturdlly to this Inrnign i idea.of powers American adjustfd my .ti'ino, which 1 hope wnl, b. for |ia.Agaii | .
w'oik'on the Virginia., fihore"ncar; AI- thanking mOlt
you and
,
(! uldln Ulothi. we&knosj. It1'5 not right to be indignant kindly,
0.-:0- exandrio known us Bltlct'Y'U'Jdgp.rB'moulI' through the friends w'.ho' .
,
Shoo:! Flndingaofevtri description you have'mad
I.eutherof nil kind I ,. "i,i .! l lTravelling al foreigners:; or little faith,, while sr n .
a largo lot of surplus led vvjil I) heavy. guns of long! range) also PS. up this sum, ; 'II.LII1
SatobeU. end Trunk had and down the Btierts of Chi-
gone up
'I' sential guard the river approach io thc with :
Suddleand llarnees Hardware, that tho Union could! ( gre atiespc _ct, jour friend and
PRINTING MATERIALS Currlniu TllniraliinH. > Metropolis j and Furl Whipple, i in l.vit'gi..IiIl., ijnrgo proclaiming servant, .,
last. But the Govcinment had been
Wagon and Buggy\ Jlub*, ,. ,, about IlI'd WilY between Alexandria and not i >V'MT.t SHERMAN '
I oll'or for aide, FOR OASil, tbe following articles Muggy 1Jhnft.lIpuko. nnd Kirns, ,... tried by treason, rebellion and; I ansasbinntion ,
used d'to'hich
j this as military prison Major
city: IIl
n"ra'j Slates Atrny.Sher .
at Muggy Axlor und Springs', .. and yet remained to bn tried by a traitor United
I I" old '
\\ the Capitol prisoners were re
blacker thulJoff"fs'JD' Davis. Sensa subletflt"htly notified t
i
Manufacturers' Prices. moved. Theo former will ij'J doubt be [ .,non !
One-half CARRIAGES'AND" IBtT'1GIES. permanently reiained and l 'bU' tion.] Yet% ilrgpite tht>t hell black treason Geriul ." that, he ,tad, personally.
\VASIIINOTON'HAND PRESS, sIzeNo. i engtlueluedOne -' yonder Washington, the Government ; : many places| thki
great
order BVerydonerlptlon,' '' or two works Virginia are temporj- held f
3, ITI good were
stood und! would bland
Ono WASHING rev nAND I'RE.S.tzo. :! No. MnohUie Hulling. ; ,u i rilv retained for btt>rage of ordnance.Watltington .- "hou op sale! acid he gave. preferenceto
w a > theNicho'
2, in uxcutllunt order, Work madu. to order and JVtiiirlug. Hone) wltb Star, 'lltti. "on Qnrrison aVemie, near
250 lb.. IlltKVIKlt.250Ibs diapatohAtrent "IIo was not' surprised al Mr. Johnson', corner I ,r Fr"nkln; the propertv of David

: .,. 1.0X0 SMALL IMUUKO..400lb. PllJ.12 .\.. SE\VIN fop(: 4'1 Wh..lpr" & WhI.o>t'a., aid lI \ve', I, tt 1 'I coutse.. He. was u pour white, who n* river ..son, )Eq: .'it fronting 84.fert on Gar-

font ,lOll TYPE.2Ufi.nl.DHfLAV tCIIINES.Ju, E, Pt'Iip' CROP Pa'grl' cTs.-A letter to the Mil nisI as he got money, bought\ nevrors. He .veiifte, with a depth, Jof.15 feet, 'Held
TYPE.CUASES. Tallahataee"Oet.. 2ff."lt" Ir i "I IedgeviJle) ,Hoc DASHES, UULES, LEXT, FDll. written the ,instant !! from its I' .* Gen.' Sherman
", on J3th says : 'Thepeople1 rs'uv'oplit own rottenness, he hung purcha'-e and handed
.NIl'UKIf:, ami In hot ever] thing nuce-iinry NOTICE. ...
nutting out,a paper twice the size of tba ; of this county 'at'e'maklng'somo' ef- : on to the rottenest Breckinridgp part. But, tier Seed], and, placed. the bal...,tit__.-_o.,._ffi4.b. ,, 1
"SunUnei."' ALEXANDER, OALLIB.T 'I 1 I) I forts to-make a ciop, though-our prospects as !Mr. Seward salt), it was found necessary tihiscredt, in the Umoo .. au.. t

Proprietor W. Florida A BHOBEU" Suntinuli, OMLENTINI: "or:.": 'jAftacbmout'' ; lire not at all flattering[ Mules, tool and I lo secure a Southern: mini, and they (In lIt ;t. louis. Gen. Sherman} has further\

-4- to ) M.10HNSONi'I, i I I.TilE I. plantations are in bad condition, and labor secured him, but |put y ry securely ,d reported that, he, has completely'' and -om'

1 P. B BROKAW'S dufondunt null all other Julare.tad! aria' |r carce. From the best i informal' IIQIJ! } can" had belr8)'ethe/ Democratic they LIethu (u. tuoly fill nishe.1 his house in all respects,
) notified of the commenceuienKjf, pet; we shall 'not in this county woik more other night ho had betrayed andpartj at u cost but little exoeetlmg'lbe sum thus '
aljovf cult, and Ib 6ppear before me In thu city of than 'one half the force that was worked in that 109(1( him up, and made n great .
TaHtilwrjNjo.i Leon Florida erf life it coast Irovided. -
LIVERY N'D-8ALE Monday' ; La June, 18ptf&iij anucty/; plead to thu 'BII10; bl'ludiwont l$(COaiid j( do.not.tliing.-thavlabor, will before! a.. crowd of sober, intclligeu'men speetngenfle. taken from house

.will. .bS gyw| \by default I", ,? produce (everything .vlo) ,igunj; )) utortltllau, Washington.. (Lnught 6 A' drhnken man wax a
,'. "UUr'FLSnKUJ : Aiace. \wO'thirdil of what was made by, ih'e game night he recognized him as incit' it.) Thud of ill-fame to the lockup in Washingtonthe

Stables) February 16,1806.' .\.. ..tlco... 'of.'..tl>the b17..wlhn. lh, number of hands' in I860'th; 3r'efore if I am and vile in the country to malt .ing nil base ntner night where ypolI.I\la\ person wan
and)
I --;- .... Correct ht my statements, you will observe the blacks. The way to ma' .e war nhaihstupon \\ found a roll\ ofthree thousand dollars' a

NOTICE. ,,,.: : I that )Ji t, (gives UII but little over'' one-fourth' of the weak was to"say *e alt assault paper showing that hr was Judge'of k'Uiuud -

SiX MONTHS after- -b.i Brat publication; ; Of ,our crops, which will: place .ogr country inn i one, lie hud heen through there \Void! be States Court in 'Western State. 1The
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. notice, I will Jireseut my Acoquntnand! (perishing"coDdiiiuii." limes and hud .hiard no i ulti tlfil''fnuuy: awed policeman took him lioine.;. I 'm J ,
Administrator''of the citata ofRedauW4,1'utrranu :
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Voucher ..
-ALSO- >re/lard,of.DadlaouamntyFturlda ( I mult j but the other day, ;' rumor ot any.ai. A of
deoeivwd, .,l.t IN, yonvrnbliiiiluditftiitProbauof : min rd'] halls: !';'in'VpKne8t': jassa- on' him there which n one vfat made up- The richest\ buy in Boston is a million'son
/4 CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGOXS Mldl.on. county. JI'1rIrd"I.I1Id) !Bunly, i rl rl' tal." .., : .n "" iM'lIl1 proved fa- Joshua Sears. deceased; worth four I
for it legal| discharge from further adinmUtfatlouponwi4estate Fttusette8re! ; elosed'ton''Saturdaya at 6 -, ...... MI father left nearly two million
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FOR'SALE. i i order of the
HARNESS Bosrd'of Aldernjen
by Jennison the
itND v'clockip in., jr r-- -i which was welt invrsttdhcnc) !tits
/ AUiXA1iDER&MITH.'Mirebd,1866 ; i dollars
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-Of Colonizing Florida I 1A Fnilnrc. Our Washington Letter. at the North- on the pretence of the disloyalty I tinuons !hisses for Florida. Deeming I it

\ c' ntinrI.TAiLAHASSEE of the State: Legislatures, and useless to remain any longer, and as all
xz- ccidir It will be seen by the account of the efforts to quiet the two colored orators
then to enccourag; the negroes and the of the day were of no avail, Maj. Gen
proceedings at" Hampton, Va that (he [FROM OUR OWl CORRESPONDENT.]
few renegade whites and Northern adventures Miles Rungested to the delegation accompanying -

: : t attempt to Induce the "freedmen" on the who would act with them, to form him the propriety of departing,
Virginia Peninsula emigrate to Florida ) The Civil Rights Sill Jiff art the,Fretidtntfaiiagt which they did
new Stale Quvernmenti and adopt new ,
.
has proved a failure. The freedmen of the Army Sill-Tht Vacancy : .. \ -
MARCII,29,11806.
Constitutions
THURSDAY State and to elect new Senators -
believe that if they 'hold on in Old Vir- in the Supreme Court-Tiro more Expedients Wnddy Thompson; on the Colored -
and Jtepreaentativci. Those new Con
"-- ginny," the lands there will become their to Disfranchise the People of the Troopsand FI'eec1l1lcns',
for The Sentinel. stitutions would contain provisions for '
Agents own in time, through the action of Con Southern States. Bnrcau.
Quincy. ever disfranchising all the while people of
at
II.
Mr D. WILBOK; .
Mr. THOMAS JENKINS, at Madison gress. Neither the military authorities, WASHINGTON, MARCH 17, 1860. the Southern States, on the plea that The venerable WADDY THOMPSON, of
Including Gen. MILES commanding the
Mr. COLUMBUS DREW, Jacksonville.Col. The most important event since my they are disloyal; .and under these new South Carolina, has published a very able

D. J. TAYLOR, al Fernanclina. Department, nor the Kreedmens' this'be.Bureau last letter, is the passage by the Senateof Constitutions, the Slates would be .admitted letter on the condition of things in the
officers could them of
out '
i reason
bill which into this Union and their South, taking the ground: that the cotton
Maj.) F.! C. BARRETT, at Gainesville. the so-called "ch'ilrlghls representatives
lief. So they will not come to Florida. .
inst. It admitted lo seats In Congress.The crop this year, will not exceed, 1,600,000
Mr.6. E.: Jon,soN; at Monticello. took place on the 16th originally !
Deluded although they are, we cannot the other 'project Is a resolution! introduced -' bales: Hd says the negroes have not
Mr. VT-. L. STROM, at Centreville. passed the Senate, then went to
Ga. blame them for their unwillingness to Into the house bv Mr. SHELLA- been properly instructed and minaged,
Savannah certain
,
Mr. Jons A. GROBD, at House where it was subjected to .
.. ...." leave their old homes and come down to amendments, and now came back to the lARGER of 'Ohio, a'ndhich: has been and cannot be relied upon or expected to

the State I Florida to occupy new ones, however Senate for final concurrence. Hon GARRETT passed, directing the Judiciary Committeeto work in the field ; that they should have

Cheapest l Newspaper In, well suited to their idle habits and contempt DAVIS, of Kentucky, opposed it in report on the propriety of providing: bylaw been left in the care' of Inch' former masters

of labor, the climate and prodnc an able speech of an hour's duration, in that no disloyal person shall exercisethe wh'o would have guided them in n

'..rl-" 'eekl y_.._.......__....__....U"--.$lt tions of our soil may be. In the end, which he demonstrated its unconstitutionality right of suffrage In any Slate, or hold course of virtue and industry. But instead

Seml-Wceklr-..._.........-..-.....-... 4 however, it will be all the same. The re ; but the bill nevertheless passed, any office. This is directly aimed at the of this being done, officers of the

Weekly----------------------------------- 2W.No'Eastern suit of the war decided the fate of the by a vote of 30 to 7. The bill is now in great body of the people of the Southern "Freed mens' Bureau" 'hare been sent

black race. It Is doomed it extinction the hands of the President. I have no States, whom these.nper,excellent loyalists among them' whose interest it is to foment -

mail has been received gradually but surely, whatever portion of doubt that he will veto it. It seems to affect to consider "di I() 'a1.d' I will discoutpfit and insubordination, as t

liere for two days past., American soil it may cling to, and all me to be quite as unconstitutional, thoughnot keep you advised of the progress of these the continuance of their employment depends

,i i iJ3TA11 through the mistaken policy of the pM quite so objectionable on other two movements. At present, thank God, upon it. Infinitely more disastrous'

contributions for Major GEE lanthropists, (so called,) of the North. grounds, as the Freedmen's Bureau Bill. there Is little prospect that either of them in its effects has been Ihe sending of 'col1'

should pow be sent to the Governor. Instead of their getting possession of the It makes jurors, witnesses, &c., of all the will succeed. DALLAS. oied' troops into'the, South. This he illustrates -

... --- Peninsula of Virginia, whose fertile soil negroes, formerly slaves, in the South by his own experience, as follows -

2TPlanters and people in the countryare and invigorating climate are already attracting ern States, and is indeed, pretty much ofa Negro Emigration to Florida. :

warned that horse thieves are getting attention abroad ad well as at negro-equality bill. I own n plantation in Florida. : Before:

Look out for them. the North, they will be permitted to cultivate On the 14ih inst. the Senate passed the VIRGINIA NEGROES OPPOSED TO the arrival there of'colored' troops, my
numerous. THE SCHEME-MASS MEETING IN former "slaves"tent word that they
it for the benefit of the white man
..... --- bill fixing the peimnneijt peace establishment would all remain with me I went to

t&r Maj. Gen. McCooK, who was in so long as their labor can be made profitable of the United States regular army. HAMPTON, VA. Florida in October, and told the nearoos 1 "1

command in, Florida last summer, has to him, and when it ceases to be so, It provides for 5 regiments of artillery, It Is estimhted''tbat'between!' Fortress that if they would work for nm for three"

: Minister to the Sandwich they will be driven away from it or leftto 12 of cavalry, and 50 regiments of infantry Monroe and 'Yorktown, Virginia, thereare or four years, I would pay them the highest

been.appointed perish by starvation. In and all \000 to whom distribn- wages or give them n share of the
any are
Islands. each regiment: consisting of 10 cap negroes, crop, and told: them that in that length of

... events, they must, (like the valiant and tains, and each company consisting of 60 Jed monthly 60,000 rations from the Commissary time they could save money 'enoush to

of WILLARD'S powerful Indian tribes which occupiedthe private soldiers. The numerical strength Department. They are principally purchpse mules, cow, hogs ami p'anta-

ISee advertisement Hacks, &c., soil of Virginia before them,) give of the i auk and file of the proposed army In charge of the Freedmen's Bureau tion tools, and that I would then divide!
Lhery Stables, Quincy my land into small parcels and sell to
way before the more intelligent and energetic but many of them have small lots
will thus be about
36,000 men : including
at all times, and travellers conveyed them on a credit of twenty )'earR. Not
ready
1 and from the Cliattahoochee River. race ; and although emigration to officers of all grades, the army 'will con of land on which they raise vegetablesfor one accepted the offer They have all

to Florida or the West India Islands might tain about 45,000 men, or perhaps not themselves and their families. Manyof left my plantation-their comfortable

--- put off the evil day for a time, the quite so many. no provision -
about the
'The Macon Telegraph says wandering cnnntry. My negroes -
W
not avert the final calamity. for the of "General." The country without employment, sub ,
and lie trumped up in the grade have, I think better cbniacleis\
]latest greatest
is the testimony of They are doomed to certain extinction bill provides for'ten regiments of negroes, silting on Goveiniiient rations. The than any others where they now live orever
GEE
t trial of Maj. ordereda by the very principle' of Mr". SEWABD'S two regiments of cavalry and eight of in- alarming phase which the l, condition has have li1"l'd.And I believe, were sincerely -
that he '
soldiers
some New York ; attached to me. Nt'arly.all of
'irrepressible conflict ; although never of late assumed has been the principal
to be carried to the grave try, which is a decidedly objectionable them have cow to me by inheritance,
prisoner
alive. solicitous for freedom, and ignorant of I feature. It has been sent to the House, reason for starting the scheme of inducing and others 1 have purchased' ) from! humanity

while yet '" the results inevitably to flow from it. where it will .be taken up and debated them to emigrate to the Southern alone. I never punWied a iipgio

0'- In shoi t, the great and crabbing calamityof next week1. The bill will probablybe portion of tIle Stale of Florida. in my life for neglect of work
of the
business
CIRCUIT C9tltTTIJe I ,
,
finished. Several inter the war falls or is to fall on them. They amended in some' ,particulars, in the On the 14th instant, a large meeting of
Court Is nearly have the of all the these "freedmen" 'was held at HaniptomVa. NEW STYLE ADVERTISINGThere
them sympathy peopleof House. As I it stands now, the President
esting cases have been tried ; among the South ; but it Is beyond our power is authorized to increase the number of ., to consider the plan Having, collected is an'' establishment' at Columbia, GA.,
one'against: the Railroad Company growing styling itself the "Bee Hive," whose advertisements -
and since the
in that
to afford them material or permanentaid privates i in each to 100 men, during war
out of questions as to light of way, company in The Sun of that city, have.
or relief. There may be, and probably whenever the exigencies of the service vicinity in great numbers, and many being

Ac. ..... are, persons at the North who would require such increase, which is a wise in a state of /poverty and misery, the fieqnenlly' commanded. ; our admiiatbn. _/
Here is a l rte specimen!
COXPAsy.ThlsCompimy aid them ; but all relief could only provision. If the bill passes both Houses more intelligent of 'their own members,
EXPRESS CHAPTER II-In few minutes TII"lip's
SOUTHERN a
"-
be and The Florida in concert with some officers of the Army
partial temporary.
is'now "in the full tide of successful in about its present shape, as seems :note was in the hands of a young'

.' ing business between Colonization scheme was thought most now likely, it is highly probable that the and Fieedmen's Bureau had undertaken man-whose appearance' would have been

experiment We likely to ensure their prosperity and happiness President will veto it simply on account to advise and secure an emigration striking nnd, interesting !if the extremeif : -
South.
all points North and but even they have sense enoughto of the regiments which it provides. of a portion of (Le community to Florida.A lie had net teen powerful uyly-with I
Indebted to the Agent here for favors negro treinlilina fingeis lie tore llio note
are :: open
of the New York
reject it. We can only regret that The President is known to be opposed to correspondent -'and lead its conll'uts-"hll chest (riot
from Savannah. the authors of their ruin are not involvedin World furnishes that paper with a full
... retaining any negro soldiers in the ser- bureau) upheaving and in voice low, and
-- a destiny equally cruel and relentless vice. He has just directed the Secretary account of the proceedings of the meetDR. melodious (as a hull frog) he spoke-KoBnle -
Southern Export & Import thou lensonest well-hence this
,
The first
speaker, a negro by
.
of War to order the immediate dischargeof
Company.This patronizing of our GUM-thou .kln.wl'st.
the name of Dungy advocated emigra
Tight Times and the Reason.The 40,000 of those now in service in the ohm I divine creature, where the !best rofeer'lhicl
direct ground; that
is establishing lion to Florida on the the
,Company Southern States, and intends to get rid of { to eat or wear can be found,

trade with Europe, for the benefit of New Y York'IIerald the 21st says the remainder of them as soon as pos i. colored population on the Virginia Peninsula yes, je charming one-the Bee Hive

Southern, merchants, planters and people "the dry goods trade is at a standstill A ble. He believes that the hoe is the weapon was becoming'too/: thick, and were can continued supply you IllLh-Slwtl..es. To be

generally. Their Agent, Mr. J. T. BEB- crash is impending. Imported goods or- for cuffee, and not the musket, and subject to all the evil influences of idle .

HARD, of.this city, will leave for Europe dered long ago in anticipation of an immense unwise and ness, vice ai d crime. lie was followed
account
that it is on every MUSTERING OCT OF COLORED Tcoops.
early ,in May, with special reference to spring trade, ire pouring in upon the from the by Maj. Gen Miles, commandant of the
injudicious to keep negroes The Washington corespondent' of the
I he Interests of this section. A vessel Is our merchants ; but no goods ,are sold. post, Brig. Gen. Armstrong, of the Freed
common pursuits of honest industry, New YOlk Tribune, writing on the IGth
.,,
See ad. men's Bureau and other officl'rsI ho y )
to be freighted from St. Marks What is the reason of this stoppage in .
If Congress will pass the bill without l says "within the next few days, nlxiiii
vertisement.FBCIT. urged the Immense benefits to be rpap'l'dby
business ?1 It is the radicalism of Congress
the for the the colored will be
provision negro troops, 3,000 troops mustered out
of the Peninsula emigrating
Our merchants counted the population
upon a President will cheerfully sign it. I doubt : of the service!: in Sonth Carolina Gen Ben_
.-The prospects of a fine fruit large influx of buyers from the South as to Florida, where were thousandsof
very much whether the Senate would net advises them to direct their attentionto
;
i season in this section is excellent, and al soon as the war w as over and the Union acres of Government lands well water*
pass the bill as it stands, over the Pre i.denL's i. the culture of the soil. The demandfor
so, generally ihroughout.lhe South. The restored. The war is over ; but Congress ed, fertile, highly productive, and n olll.i.,
veto. Seventeen votes in the Senate labor in that State has begun to
not
Columbus (Ga.) Sun, of the 23d inst., has persists.in keeping the South out of the ing in all kinds of tropical fruits.and where \
will be enough to kill it, and there be Supplied. It is believed that the Gov -
the following on the subject : Union. Consequently there is no South. even the most indolent could obtain an
; Is little doubt that these can be obtained. ernment, intends to order Ihe muster nut
The promise for abundance of fruit'thlsyear ern trade. The Western merchants ar- exister.ee.
thus far Is good. Nearly all the There is one vacant seat upon the within the next two weeks, of 40,000 col-
The writer proceeds :
rive here look about business doing .
see no
have bloomed and bench of the Court and it will ol'ed stationed in the
peach and plum trees Supreme The colored audience, under the influence troops now South,
they appear to be in excellent condition. no rivalry, no competition, and conclude be the duty of the Frt>sident;> to fill of the glowing speeches just made, to be taken from such part of the sever
If frost does not come and nip that they will wait while before
a big' everything a
it by appointment.: The Radical members began to exhibit the utmost enthusiasm, gal military departments as can best spate
there will bean abundance of:good purchasing "until settled."
and Fall. Gardens things /pet of Congress, however, snuff dangerin and perfect harmony would have /prevailed them."
things to eat his summer
There Is now no sale for the goods produced had not a disturbing element made, I iu ..
We Is -- "
are also promising finely. don'tcare the wind. There no knowing how CalvinPepper
the of Mr.
in &
if nil the blackberries, &c., are destroyed by our manufactories. Presently the many of their unconstitutional measuiea appearance, a lawyer of person Norfolk He took STRENGTH OF FBMAHI is NEW YORK.

; for when they get ripe, look out manufactories will have to stop work' will come before the Supreme Court for the plat fOI m and proceeded to refute the' -The following is given for what it ia

blessing for idle to negroes the: South It If would frost be would a great destroy Then we shall see thousands of people final adjudication, and they are determined arguments and assertions made by the worth, as the geul'ralldea of the warlike

thrown out of starvation previous speakers, and succeeded, to- '
the entire crop. employment, that if possible, that Court shall his discourse in strength of the Order) in New Yok-
them in ward the end of enlist '
starjng face their children
the be so constituted as to pronounce in their ing the entire sympathy> of the colored i Thiily-two companies are said to have

17 The General Assembly of the Old crying for food. Riots will follow, and favor. If President JOHNSON Is allowedto people present. lie advocated the expediency been foimed and their tanks fully filled

School Presbyterian Church In the Unl.'ted'SL perhaps a revolution. Why is all this 1 appoint another Judge, this can hardlybe of their remaining where theyare These are divided into three regiments,
Not because of the high price of ,gold, as In a little while the country
te of America will meet in St. so. They have determined to pi event would be theirs through Congressional and rumor gives the post of honor command
for gold is lower than at time during
(Louis on the third Tuesday in May. At any him from doing so, and the means they action | lIe ridiculed the idea of emigrating as follows:

t the same time the General Assembly, of I the war, Not because of the! tariff, for have chosen is, to pass a bill reorganizing : to Florida as impracticable, and "First Regiment Infantry, Col. Basil

that has not been changed since the war said it was fl'aughL'Ith evil consegm uencl' .. Duke, foimeily brigade
commanding of
what Is popularly'; known as the -New-' the Circuits of the Court, go as to a
No ; it is because a few doyen: Radicals in They were not sure of protection and assistance -; cavalry under the Rebel General 'Morgan.
.School" Presbyterian Church will alsomeet make one less circuit than at present, andso after they reached tbeie. ,
Congress have made their minds to lie Second! Regiment, Infantry, Colonel,. ThlbodauX .
at the same place up as .to divide the remaining Circuits was followed by a Colonel De Bane, of of the Louisiana Volunteers. In

ruin the country or carry the next Presidential among the present Judges. This bill has Norfolk, whose speech was even more I the rebel army, Third Keeiinent Infantry

[ Three plantations i in Mississippi election by negro votes or by the already passed the House, and it' is sup bitter and vituperative than his predecessors. i Colonel! Murphy, formerly Colonel of
i ,, exclusion! of all voles from the South." He denounced in strong terms the the one hundred and felxly-seventh New

adjoining' that of Jefferson Davis Lave .. posed \\1I11lass the Senate ; but we hall officers engaged in the project, and not York Volunteers, .COrcoraa'a" Lgion! ,_
: '
*'peen leasedfor, the )'ear"'for tbit ty-six I see, only seconded assertions of Mr Pepper Union army,"

# i The tirst'straw The Radicals have but descanted ''lit length upon, the -_0.Is .
: thousand dollar: ., Bottom lands now sell 17 Jerrlesofthlt\ season i by no means exhausted -
evils of the Freedmen's Bureau declaring .. ;
NO HURRY, The Wasfcinyton
mado their, their for 'the coriegpniideiit -
and for have 'in] the expedients
fpr twenty.dollars per acre, lent appearance I permanent ill action Injurious to the interests of of the Philadelphia Ledger

about balE that price.'Gen'ScpttjIsin' New York market. They are sold !in tiny disfranchisement of the people of the black man,' and he called upon the Writes that Hon. A,, II. Stephens' dues nol> ,

'. little baskets,' for which the! boys 'ask ,the Southern States, The.1 last two which audience to treat /with the:utmost von, make any 'particular' haste in obey lug the- '

: :; New{ Orleans: ,ire is the sum of two dollar and fifty cents.( they 'have brought ,forward, exceed 'in tempt and disgust the, idea of emigrating alleged:;: ,uaipi"iij of, -lUuoysiruciiou ]
to Florida to better their condition
attended {y.
j quite feeble, but still preserves an, ID Montgomery, ,on the 23d, $1,000 In i fered. One of them is a proposal to set I lent appearance. Loud cheers were given len days after the "reported summon was

upright carriage. gold told at $1.'Z5. aside all the existing State Governments for Bane and Pepper, and long and con said to have been issued



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.. 9th hare been received. >ta av 41 ap.edt.stm n1 WHOLESALE RETAIL Y DEPOT

iUiiiiM! ,
LARGE< FIRE IN CINCINNATI., Considerable excitement had been created ,

CINCINNATI,March 23.-Pike's Opera among planters by the publicationof SAVANNAH STORE.G. .
SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS
House In this city vas entirely destroyed a decree ordering the delivery to the ,

"'t>y fire tills TttornlnB. The Enquirer office Wood ;
authorities of all the 1YorkingIIsichinury
and contents was Also destroyed, together emancipated negioesor STEAM I BAKERY{ .W 7. & A. M SCOTT & CO.
with several prominent business es- negroes of captured slave expeditions SAWS, BELTING, &o. 4o.

lablttbmcala.\ Loss estimated at two now at work on different plantations, it WOOD MANN'k

millions. being: supposed that the design!: was to 67, 69 AND 71 BAY STREET, '''f'TE: are respectfully now receiving Inform our friends that we CELEBRATED

send them back to AMca,

SPAIN AND CHILI. SAVANNAH: 0-A. A LARGE STOCK OF Portable Steam Engines '
NEW YORK, March 23.-Aipimvall
dates of the 15th have been looeived. Tina TEST OATH.-\. Washing disp-itch '

Two Spanish frigates were repulsed tuan to the New York Tribune the 10th, SUMMER' ,.I' ) __

attack on the Chilian foiliflcations.Boliva \ M AND ,

has allied herself with Chili and saysTire HIDDLETON STEAKS & CO.
United States Supreme Court now wW
Peru on the offensive and defensive. Peru
have before It for the of
Is preparing to take her full share In gument cases GOODS!
the war Dr. Cummings Roman Catholic priest PROPRXETORS.
indicted and convicted the
by Circuit
The Columbian has I
Congress rejectedthe gasp ON HAND AT WltOLESAlt AI.L KI1DS
Court for Pike Missouti i
County, for
per At the old stand In TallnhaKsen, where we are
declare
to
proposition
; war against forming the duties of his calling! without prepared to supply customers with all kinds of n L

Spain. taking the oath pVsscnbed by the second BISCUIT CRACKERS CAKES o
,
micle of the new Constitution of the Fashionable Dress Goods
NEW YORK MARKETS
State, and fined $500 with imprisonmentuntil Fresh Baked and Kiln Dried, mode
NEW YORK, March 23.-Collou firm- paid ; and of Dr., Gaiesche, a lawyer

r4 sales of 1,900 bales, at 41 cts. who was excluded from the practice EXPRESSLY FOR Grenadines and Organdies,

Gold 127*. of his profession by the Supreme Courtof

the State because he would not take: Shipping Steamboats MUSLINS AND PRINTS
Army
Navy, ,
FROM WASHINGTON. the oath. The judgment in Dr. Cum-

WASHINGTON, March: 21.-A citizen, tiling's case having been affirmed by the GROCERS SALOONS; &C. &C. LACE MAISTIXS,
1 by a military commission at Richmond Supreme Court of Missouri, both cases

of the murder of a Union soldier, has been were brought up on a writ of error to COLLARS AND SETTS .
"" "
released by the Secretory of War, becauseof the Supreme Court of the United States.
PROM POUR TO THIRTY-HORSE rOWER
a clerical error in the rep""L8. .1 V

Senators Dixon and Foote are daily N. Il.-Ordci's 1'j-omptlr Carefully have thn oldest, and most
DESTRUCTIVE Finn ix DUFPALo.-On largest, com
growing! worse, and these is little hope of broke Put Vp and Delivered. WE works In the country, enimeod In manufacturing .
the 17th, a fire out ill the New GB BEiSV:
the recovery of the latter. I'ortnblo Engtnca.( Our.Inglaos! are,
York Central Railroad eight, depot, "by experts," now conceded to bo the bunt apparatus
Ike Cook of who sued March 27, 1860. 3m
Chicago, was which communicated with the splendid of the description over presented to the
by the auditor of the office for
post a lubllc.
elevator belonging to the same Company [
MACRY BEATTIE & CO.
balance due the from him
Department as which with a large number of loaded cats BOOTS AND SHOES, Adapted to Every Purpose Where
I'ustinasier at that city in 18G2, has paid
mid an immense quantity of freight were SnlPPINO AND OE\CnAL
!
is
up the amount of $.jUOO, and the case Power Required
consumed with hundred
together some four -
HATS AND CAPS
has been dismissed. Medium sizes constantly on hand, 01 furnished
thousand bushels of grain. The Commission Merchants
Another contribution amounting tonearly on short notice.
loss is estimated at over a million of del ,
DI.oerlptl\.o Circulars, with price :list, sent onapplication.
310,000 in value, was received lais. The lire was caused by the upsetting AND FACTORS IN CLOTHING .
from the Birmingham (England) Feed COMSTOCK i KINSEY
of kerosene oil. No
a can inburanee. '
men's Association, by 6en. Howard and FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISION, COTTON, AND 154 nay street, Hutuiimh, Ceorgln.Mintoh .
I3d.Ra'. CT1' ..R.E i.7, 18051.( Bin
;
will be appropriated to the use of destitute : PRODUCE GENERALLY.

Gen.colored people in the South. The salary of the Governor .of North GO3 and SOO DAY STREET, CROCKERY,
Spinner publishes a letter in the
Carolina has been fixed at $1,000 annum
Chronicle per SAVANNAH ( rOKCIA.OX8TANTLV .
Washington in which he main in
tains the correctness of gold. Agricultural Implements.
ComptiollerClaikVs ANOTHER CARGOMcKIBBIN
/ \ oh hand a law assortment of ,
statements i regarding; the amountof --- kJ Fine Old ttjl, Hoilrbon and \\ htut\Vliiekies .

Goeminent funds on hand.It Wines, Brandies, Dins, A.OSftT &c. &c. &c. &C.
COMMERCIAL. Cash Advnni es made on consignments of
was currently reported last night
Produce MACKT,BEATTII &Jo.,Philadelphia
that the evident has nullified his deter March 27, ISfld. 6w ARRIVED 1
urination to veto the civil rights bill. Tallaltl1ft111CC! Ulurkct.BBVTIXBI AT TilE


Itichad Governor McCormick of Arizona,has and been nut of appointed Idaho TALLARASSRB, Flu", March/ OrricK 29, 1866. )\ NEW GOODS LOWEST CASH PRICES!

as heretofore Sea ed.
COTTON.
Hon. II, T. Carter, of Tennessee, is

made Secretary" of Anzona. We have no change In the market to report- Tlav'ng! established n branch of our house.In
The Fieedmen's Itjieati in Virjiin'a there having been no tales, and prices remaining Now York, we are prepared to furnish floods of
and North Carolina has tinned ciiiumal the ollm... Our Tuc..d.i'a quotutloun were all kinds, In any quantity! on the shortest notice

cases over to the civil courts. Mlddlliift-. n PEATOEIUS & CLARK, arid the most advantageous terms & ALLEN

ONillar..._.............................JSuCINIIIIAL ,
CASH ADVANCESMADE
\ AN AMERICAN SCHOONER SEIZED. M4I1KIT.Ctrrrelcil .

f NEW YORK, !Match 21.-The IlnalVl's by Alexander Gullie, (tracer.Flonr IEllCnANT i TAILORSTALL.IIIASSEE | SHIPPED TO
QN COTTON
: Yucatan respondent of the 10th inil., per bbl...$I2 00 a 10 00 TALLAHASSEE TLA.
cues an account of the seizure by the Blick.. .eutl"r bul............... 14 00 II ],,10011011I1111' ,
buehet.............. 1 23 a 1 60
l\lexicallllUpt'I'ialaQLhol'ilies| of the American Joni ,' 1101'...................... 1 23 a 1 60 Hodgkiss Scott & Co
schooner Wilson Crawford, and the white.SlIgllr..._.........:....... 2S a 33 FLA. ,
impiessiuciil of her master, because snn.e nro\Vlln_......................... 10 a 20 YORK. HAVE JUtiT RECEIVE
CoR\o._.......:..n.............. 31 a 40 NEW
!powder was found on board the vesse'I'he \.- Fresh Boof...................... 12.. 16
Tallahassee, jl/irch 24, 1R6 .
master's sentence was ten rears Chickens 'Per pair---------------- 40 a Sun

]penal ]labor !but he was pardoned! by the EI18,1'c1I.do7.UII................... 20 a 25Itntter
Liu per ponud................ 611 a -5 I "TTTK/ are now receiving a (Inn assortment oIV NATIONALSTUVE
pleas. Iniiiiediilely at'ter regaining' ; Choooo J._._.l.................. 40( a 551Rweet CLOTHS, CASSIMERCS, YLSTIXGS, ( VIA ST. :MARKS
his liberty, however, he was once utorearrested 1'0IUloo".I"r bushel--...... 60 a 75
and sentenced to pay a flue of Irl.h Porn nee, per bllrrel....... .. 600 R 7001llIlon. LINEN GOODS,
.............."..
jJO( whIch ho avoided per barrel: 0 CO a 7 00tLckur..l
$ (taking:,: by beCI'et.ly per kit.................. 3 00 a 4 00 Clothing and Furnishing Goods W lKN'JB.
leaviug the cuunliy. lard per poolld__.........,.... 20. 25 A IfAKQfi INVOICE OF
... ...--- lI"eoll, per potnel................. 20 a 25 Consisting part of the following : I I
Whl.k'y, per gnllou.............. 4 00 II 8 00
The rciiliiu excitement. 1Hdesdrys dryOS R 101Hdee Fine Black, Rue: and Drown Broadcloths; 239 and
green' ,........._........... 04 R 05 Hliick Doeskin, Fancy Sprlnir Uasalmorcs; 241 Water Street,
Late dates f:om Toronto say that Slue Flannels, Black Drap d'Ele; Between HARDWARE
Bookman Blroot and Peck sap, ,
( ---- Jtlack and Colored Italian Cii>ths;
large teuittiiCfiiiedLs rout England are
I Colored and Linen Duck
AVhlle
Fancy ;
expected. Theme are" about 10,000 "leg Direct Trade with Europe t "White, Colored and Fancy I.lnun Drillings; HEW OnK.
ulars in Canada, besides 10, 000 volun-] Black and Brown Bilk Ulxi CoitUuga; I
on duty, and 15,000 fully equip Fancy and White Marselllen;
tE'erll. SOUTHERNAoxrsr. Black Silk! Velvet and Bilk YootullIOj;
ped. The! military' are ready to move ala White, Brown ana Bun Linen "HhlrtB' ; WATSON SANFOUD' President. GOODS
moment's notice, 80,000 more men IIron nnd I'apor Colh.rol Lisle 1'hrow.j Jon 'P ltll$LO W, Vice 1'res'tand Trea.nrer( DRY
Cotton andMerlno Half Hose ; .1. I,. SEA nUKY, Superintendent Work ,
could be made available.It EXPORT ANn!) t1PO l ItT Fine Cotton fluid Oauzo Merino; VndersMHs SAM. I d: Ul'TKK, !

.p;.. is reported that a U. S. Revenue Fine Linen, Fine Juana; Surotary.Safe
cutler is watching the Fenians ofl' 'Ogdenibu :. Cotton Fliidiivl und Merlnn Q'jdcrelilrts.
a <> J.v.I: P manufacturers ofSaaford's
Ltsle Thread, Berlin and KJ
g, N. \ d Uloves
Handkerchiefs, Black no The Canadian Government lias ''also .
addition to their Agonut.already there, the and Cravats Challenge Heaters I
been notified that the Ameiicau' Goveinment Southern Export; and Import Company will 8I1opondor.'C".hmorQ Ovcrshlrte: LIQUORS;
is Mending troops to 11uU'\lo. to.pie- send to Europe Mr. J. T. BERN AltD, who will Also u UNO iissurtmorn of MAMMOTH HEATERS,
go with special reference to this section.
vent any attack in that quat' 'ter. MEN YOITTIIS AND BOYS' ,
'ihe but: Nation Indians and Iroquois Goods, Wares, &0. COSMOPOLITE PARLOR RADIATORS,

colonized on the Otto\\a River, have tendered As It Is contemplated to freight a vessel for St. Sprang' an'a Summer Clothing! CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES C&O. ci3o.. deco. cl3O.

ihe services of COO braves to the Marks, a rare opportunity Is presented to Merchants mh'27
Ouveiimient. and Planters of obtaining guilds at lees tf

Sir Frederic! Bruce has ordered the than New York wholesale prices. An the Coin BEACON LIGHT RANGES, tf
are able to make their purchases direct :Mules St IciiiONtberlifhtof f March 1, I860.
West India squadron to hall immediatelyfor rallY, the Factories, they are enabled, to dullver And a full assortment of
Halifax with all the disposable troops goods at reduced rates. Inasmuch however, as -
orders of this kind should be tiled two months lire 28th Instant, two Sorrel Cooking and Heating Stoves
the {Weal
In
Indies, ahead, Merchant desiring to lay In a cheat)stockof \ \ stolen from the nbserlVI.T PHILADELPHIAOIL
Fall Goods, should send In their orders as at Qulnoy. Cue ha a round brand on the Adapted to all parts of the world.
noon as prllcU Ova LABOR BrsTBtC.-During the two to tin smallest ortleraAGRICULTURAL to Tallahassee. A suitable reward Mill be paid PAINT AND VARNISH
days we spent at Talbot Court this weekwe for any Information that will Lead lotlii.lr reenre- -ALSO- ,

conversed freely with planters as to MACHINERY, f ry.Tttllahasseo M iroh 2T 1880.JA.UES!: BUUCE.2w STOVE HOLLOW WAREAND I:: WORKS.SPEAR .

crop piospects. We found some sanguine By the tariff of 1805, Agricultural jl/uchlnerj.:!
I of success while others Heiein Is udmltted fret'If duty iStatloimry and Peril,- ; -'
ble KiiKlnes used fur Agricultural purpoiies coiu For New Orleans !
doubt. All concurred in the great fall. under this class, and may be obtained 35 and .0 UNION STOVE POLISH.

fog off iu the number of laborers employ per cent,cheaper! than those made N 'rth.Laborers" & BON AFFON
Win. F. SIMJSSCIl Agent. ,
about half as compared with
ed- on.)
and House Servants. TUB STEAMER Tallahassee, Mirch/ 22.
former years, seemed to be general opin 1806 1 flmCIHCTJLA.IIS .' MANUTAOTURERS or
ion-and that half I is estimated at about Special attention will be given to the procure f-

two-thitds cite system.its value)Most of under the planters the old. co have err selected metro As Mr.of us Servant Bernard furnish und will testimonials Laborers have early, only goad Iu each character May being, It I I. C ,! 'p A R A F FIN E 01191Machinery I '!

supplies\ for making the crop .and a few desirable that all order should ba left with him BILL HEADS I LETTERHEADS :![

have surplus, Js scarce; before that time. .
a Money very
for further particulars' or for circular LubricatingWool Rosin
cou &a. & ,
&C. ,
0.
and particularly so with those who are talning coat of ..European article.*, apply to oi1
short of provisions. Corn is held at i. F. FLOYD, Pre-ldent, J. L. SMALLWOOD Gas and Lard Oils,

prices varying from $1.75 to $2.-Colam- JurknoiiTllle, Fla. ,
but Sun J, T. .BERNARD XfJlatiaisea, Agent, GEORGE W. GIFT MASTER, PITCH, ROOFING CEMENT,PARAFFINE VARNISH,
Fla.
Having just received a splendid nssortntent of
March 20, 1898. 6wLIVERY
hereafter
-- ply regularly between the
WIIL of ST. MARKS and the above Port, WAGON GREASE,
COTTON SUPPLY.-The cotton ta this ,
The] Finest Inks
anti
region is nearly exhausted. Last 'week 'VP=:LL.8133 S Touching at Apulucliicolu Papet

only 846 bales were received, Wade not For Freight or farther particulars,, apply toMcKIULUN White Lead and Colors of All Kinds, .. .
The Sentinel Office I
believe that this amount will come in I the STABLES & ALUJN. U prepared to eiccota
Tallahassee, Feb. 27,18U6 if
present week. Boatmen report that the 'EVERY :KIND OF PRINTING AND PIAL lB. IK .
maple Is coming In very Iilol\'ly.at. points I
PLOUGHS .POND
ou the liver !below and l the Impression QUINCY, FLA. Rosin

prevails that the great bulk of the)1'01'\ PLOUGH: IRON. KJTOWN TO TUB'ART.Administratrix's'' ,' ; Southern Pitch, I

.
bas been shipped. Before the war the nAOKB, Buggies, 1
f- .t[ s, &> '_ : JXollce. ILLUMINATING OlLrJ, 156!:> ZIKK, Ac.
receipts of cotton at Columbus, averaged I always lit readiness lo ,_ = 10, 11, 50 and 60 I'linchftf t f months after
100,000 bales, and one year they reached convey passengers.VJiMr x ifc. V6 Sf NOS. 8 Inch Cast hilt bho\el do.- SIX and vouchers date as I Administratrix will present my uf the ad- 402 SOUTH :DELA vi All.>> NuE'"
110,000., Thus fat* our warehouses hare riving on the raid road trains, to Chsitahoochee, 8 Inch wide Iron j.tulu of L. M. White, to the honorable Judge ol
or any other point they may desire to go to.TUKODORK For sale at Probate of Leon .."
reeeived only 29,759 bales.-Columbia I county for a final nettleinunl' 't 1'HILADITsi
: WILLAKDMarch P B. MEGINNISS 4. CO'g and ask for a discharge E. M. U'HITE, ..u IA..
Sun, 2Jrf.: S3, XSb3 tf February :7, 1668. if Jan 18, lS8-6rn Adm.i, .Uarcti' U,'186fl. 00'f
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"tmri. Vtd1t $ ntineJr -The'! following !toryrouly"'tb.etconclud'hunter : 1 An excitingnflbtr: combining 'the* tragi

Ina portion of which we g\'e-is told J'ofTl.rI cnlvcomical' and ma'trimonialtllnk place In ; '"h' I' )
; ihO:>t;. a8kidn TetTn: i' lintlUthnno i ,
\ lJ !thevillnj; ,,6of\VarrenIlliugtedq'the, : 1st.
r, I 1 I 1 1 1 f."i$.\iao woodshtna.1ldlOI-.a; ; tall A young man named Hollins was In love AVE NO\V-IN 'ST ItE -,-
rsj + ,'
: t x < dressed in deerskin and armed '. ; CHANGE Orn: SdHEDULE,
.lj' ... t !rl..1 with a :Mies Tuttle the daughter of Mr. r ,
e .. -c
n with revII'vii-' \ jtifdjCowie l knife-visits :. 1";'.1 [ mi 5&
= I t ; Tuttle,; grocerymerebiutofYurren.( '' 'T AL .ARAS8E'B, Jnn: 1 .00.
THiTiiSDAY,' 11TA CU,29.186 d. Jackson:eullson'the Judge'at his residence Father forbid Ktllins the house j Mrs The. Largest and ..Handsomest 1*' and niter; theft; diatc, the Train'

(with the narrator) und thus relieves his .Tuttlefavoied) the suitor) father- abut y up' ; 0 on tho I'l'iuofiola mid. ticorgla. Uullromi' ',.Wilt

; ) "L) d mind :. : -j mother and daughter.. for'two, dayecol- run dully ns olo\\'ar' '"
i'JiTIj: : ( '
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ItT'uNI'ri EASTWARD.
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"You'seel.'JIIJg "orJy.daf before '
J1TM'Q' 'yes "
: : tins friend to. land a
h lady
; cvemlially/ ASSORTMENT, OF '
.. .. ....i 4.3o'A. MAr .
terday morning, started. for this place, letter to Miss luttle. JA-IU* ...........
I've waited long] enough Kathleen jtl "c TnllnhiiMoe nt. 6.30 i>r
nod BS I wouldn't chisel, ,1 went, without d
,,, Ftitlrer.-overheard ,conversation, \rljshed : ; I" Tnllnhn .cut. 7.00Arrive "
1 Leave) m .
'The winter's fairly lat; '
eating the\vholo'dny', ., 1 slept In the woods, in'nnd' struck !his daughter with his fist.- ( -11.00 "
The lambs arc playing on the green; and yesterday morning I got up as hung'iyus DRY J3OODSEVER Leave TLulistm'ntYc.-.I.-.L.I ...1130 "
when
The swallows come at ,,lout. a pii9therandnPIwalkcd: aongthinksI ):! Ludv friend lady interposed friend,o\cf' tuts outraged with pa.rent'etruek acllisel. ''I ArrUcd! nt Lake ,Oily, al....,,.r,..- 3 J.O.l.: MLon'vo .

The, vine IB ,1..oflound'mf\ \!! Ii:; what am I to"do ? I never see game so fiiend'a friends eye had 1 father WE9'f;WAttD.. . '
The 1>Io som's on tfie'MajTThe ; : there mncli squirrelto Lady l.nko: City nt.;....:,.."---"" 8.30 A. M.
a
source) wasn't; so as rested for assault and First witness .
danoingto the shore- battery. OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLORIDA AtrlvontUfndlionnt. .1..1320 V.. M.
waves come be found. !Pjiiiafcove chpatma," any. man for prosecution was Miss Tut lie. )Her I.OIHO Madison. nt..i..i.'..i-.U SO "
Why don't you .dame the day., 7. out 01 his dinner ,, bull! (alt that, n dinner I examination she 'loft t and atrrfveuL'Pnllbfutasobut' .._........i4.80 "
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must hftvo? JJ Jilt tln-n '' A fellow 'comes over !h.! [Coij 1,cave 'J'lIlIlIhnu..e, at---------r-- ..--- 600 ',"
her father;end stepped into a'carriage in :Arrive atQulnc3' nt ._. .... 6.30. "
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You know you put me off, .Kathleen, riding along! the .road.,, I talked to him, waiting, where Kollins j joipcd. her, and the' I 1" TRAIN.- "

7 Until the early spring; _';{*" nnd tried to borrow', sweating\: to pay, litany twain, behind his fast horsed, were soon fly .Consisting :Jpart, of Leave TnllnlinMce,BT. NAR1t8 nt............ .... 7,SO..AI
i Thames\ are tranquil and creua; place he might name1, In"a week but '. .' "
; ing across. prairie to Robinson's) jus over Arrl\. nt Nt. ukeat.-, ......... = 9 15 1 1p
"\ Brown and Muslins Tiillnhiiiwe ........ US P. MDTiTIluirni
'",The fisherjpreads his little .sail; his own pocket and he'd too, little. to di. home the Warrrn ix
,1 -jo! pany turned/ backup/ ) hour III beghdi on the nrri\n.
The mower's in the hay: vide. still slli le'... Meantime, fntlipr Tbttiemiss: of the care in MncllHon! for Iliinir., going fromiimlcomliKthUUliS. :
blossoms on the vale. much have 1 I.MTofiftyV'M Jaconet '. .. '
The primrose "How you gpt 6ajs. ed Ins, daughter, a fast team and started | ;
% Why d/m't you nlme J: e 'day ? tt ; iYII hd.r 1 : 'l'r' ; got ., A 11110 01 singes between Qlllne.v, Biilnhrldpo!! F
in '
pursuit) Montliello anti! Thorn-
and Alhiiny, mid between
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"Now ihinks I that is too little to divide .
When miles from he Cambric ill Inilnn
about two town and uuv Hid. M oonndcl n tilt the ;
in the thorn So while he is looking another way, : E. HOUETOUN I
The thrush ;is'building met the trunnt daughter and her lover, ,
leaves I shoots hlln through iho l head, and him, i i i Jan. 16, 1800-If Ircxldent.
: Among the whispering ; !\ gin when the driver! of their team yelled oui at '

a Jl i The lark is busy in the core\ ;; as decent a burial xsl could nqderjan) old the top of, his.voice," Well, 'old] felloWiwehave ] S\Iiss'11lnsHns, ,. '
\''V The martin "ne.ith: the eaves. log, and took the two dolhirs'and. & half.....> euchred you this time-yourdaughtcr : 'I Emporium of Varieties.

J'i f f.The little birds don't build 1 in.vain; But it woa't do ; .my conscience misgivesme. has In married. for the last half hour ; so Canton FlanncTickings ,

,t'," Their mates don't say them, nay- I'm sorry for it, and I wish the fellnr there's no use in your troubling yourself 1 jr:I ,
I I nol ask again\ had his moneyj back, if he could be) alive. .w
Beware may ; / further about it. Not doubting the truth '. : I I'WILLfUl
Why don't you name the day ? Between you mid me, 89 It'is1 late for that;, ef the story, Tuttle! jogged buck te town, P. SLUSSER
,_ ". I think that I ought to be hnng." -- --- rsBlankets ,
i f-.t> his
ill luck where
,' 'fllctingnpo\1 : in.l court
[From the New York Kens.] The Judge called his little black boy, ordered he had been fined $20 and costs t ,mid; his IIi i iI T.A: ]., L.A ""H A S"S E E'. iFIA.. .

Tli -..Ittnnia of .Suicide.' ,three papers of tobacco], and we smoked still worse luck 111 the attempt'' to defeat the I '
in silence. i' $ 'II Copper ..Tin'and" ,
of ,
Rollins and his
plans ,
,daughter. The
has with Cloths and
'The mania of suicide kept pace "Then jou Veally think you ought' ho .
:the frequency and piquancy of, crime since hun !" he said, with compassion, ns he young folks nnd hurried before to the town, procured t I t SHEET, IRON DIANUFACTUIER, ,
clergyman, enraged "
ihe close ol' the war. We scarcely chronicle take tup a whiffed a cloud. of smoke, ? toward,.' tho ceiling. had arrived ut ,'home,' 'Yet'o'ulte' / /,.parent in the I i Cassimcrcs.Ladies' ;I l
an exchange which does not ." (. DEA1EK IN'
bonds of matrimony. Tuttle was euchred
uieide somewhere' in the United Stales "I do, in fact" answered Rolfo, emitting sure enough. ...

Below we give the latest reported cases, a similar volume, of vapor. i . English French and Domestic
1
t! I | 'I .
which, with the exception of one or two The smoked and considered
Judge ,
of meeting; at the Top.. Dress Goods .
telegraphic accounts, are the result our ngnin." r 5, il Goods"
clippings from a single batch of our ex_ "\yc]l, wo'll try to.Jiang" you," he added A hundred yens ago and more a numerous ,

chtnges body of Presbyterians! who had seceded H Plain, Fancy &! Japanned .Ware. ,.
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from the cstabliblitd Church of Scotland French Merinos
On Ijst German inRolfe'
Friday night a your There was an expression gratitude ,
named Louis Bruummer committed suicidein eye, ns he replied : were split in two on a quarrel about STOVE

Cincinnati by taking tincture ef opium "Thank yqil.. 'That will ease my conscience a clause! in the oiiili required ol the freemenof Merinos HEADQUARTERS.A

the cause being the elopement of his wife ." certain Scottish boroughs: which expressed English .. .I handsome
with his former business partner. TheJudge again knocked the ashes I'from "their hcaity .allowance of the II I and variety of'I I

"J On Ffida night lastTn returned soldier his pipe,' and spoke : ** I IY"II Hue religion a' present professed, withinthe \' Alpacas l

named William II' Foster\ of the One Hundred "\ ,come here in ,half an hour, I'll realm, and authorized by the laws ". COOKING STOVES, '
I ( thereof." The wh. held that the .. .. '
party
and Seventieth NewYoik Volunteers} try to get a juiy. '
q! killed himself by taking Uudanum at his Kolltt mid! mysel laying our pipes on the oath might be conscientiously ''taken by se- French and English Poplins, Combining

home ill Greenpoint, N.-(Y. A very ull'ect- table, were about leaving, when the Judge ceders were called "Burghers," and! theirj6pponenis .

ing letter was written by him oft Thursday, IIbk., ..us to cake a drink, which having "Anti-Burghers" John Ilor"lon IPoil de Clieeyers ,SIIEET.IRON, ." "

(he evening which d.IY it is supposed])!, done we bado him good ,morning-V' I( a keen Butcher, nnd Andrew Gebbiet .'. .: ",
ho took the fa'nl drug charging all his At the expiration of half an hour, we decided Aniiluiglit, both! lived in the AIR-TIGHT. 'II!
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trouble to rum,.and..requesting his wife's' returned, when' we found Mime twelve men sume house, but nt opposite ends, and it Plain and Fancy "' .
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forgiveness and the bestowment of grtut drinking nud smoking. wills the magistrate, was the bargain that each should keep his BOX, AND' *" *. '
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own side ol the house well thatched. When I ?It v
care on his children.A ,awaiting=( us. We were politely requested! AlJV 001
dispatch from Nashville, states that to sit down.' the dispute about the principle of their PARLOR. COOKING ,STOVES, ,
9 Edward Ryan formerly oft La 1alle,' IIli. "N w," said the Judge, addressing himself kit ke, and especially the offcllsive' lfuse in ', 'I'i I I. 'J.

r note,' committed suicide,' IIcai. tho Chnttanoosin to Rolf,':.toll these gentlemen what you the' oath, grew hot the two neighbors ceased Delaines All trimmed in a rent and datable' man -

Depot, on the 8th inst., by bhuoiiii* have, already told me."- ,' to sneak! to each other. c : ner;? '. They \u'hhil'p'"d'; to any |fart of '
himself. No cause assigned. Where upon Ilolle repeated the state Bui' one day they happened to be pit. the American Delaines, I lie counts y .a'it it ]1'1'1 I Mifeu y fr'JO\:

Miss Clara Bunker, duug-hlero' Mr. Porter ment he hud before made. roof nt the same time each ropninnVthe .. PIPES and ELBOWS conmnntly' 1>n lioiill..

Parker. of Athens, Maine, committed "Now, gentlemen," continued the (first t thatch in the slope of I ho roof on his own Silks Outdoorwotk-1'1n Roofing, Gnttpi-
23d herself side, and when they had worked there, Fancy lag down Pipes.' Oiimrnental lUni>e
suicide on the ult., by shooting speaker, 1 wish to say, ,if I' this gentlemanMr. up
+ through the body. No cause is unsigned;: 1 \Holfo your name is, eh 1 well; there's they weie-face to face. Thecouldn't fiends, Sheet Zinc, Sheet L, ad.

for the rash act. some line old brandymake; yourself j.erlectly flee, so, nt ln;;t, Andrew took off his cap, In great variety t&'Shop agile of exny description

In Chicago, A fow' nights since, WilliamA. at home-whether, gentlemen, you : and, scratching his bead, aid : "Johnnie, _. dune uu shout notice. '

Thompson, aged: hixty-five, while in bed find John Uolfu guilty, or not guilty, of you and me, I think, hae: been very foolishto in.1or: ; Sh.a 1a
with his wife, who is about thirty years his muider. In addition to what he said, I dispute ns we line done, concerning 1!.T. ti3afs.: : t I' 'I i

jmiitr, deliberately] seizid a gun standing' in will observe for your Information that \ Christ's will about our )klrkd, until we (hne AT ALL PRICES. '
WOODEN
WARE. r
: ,his room, placed it tJ his breast and flis have tent out and found the body., just clean forgot his/ will bout ourselves; and WILLOW WARE' ... ,
charged it, the ball 'passing through him where he. btated it to be."''"v so we line fought sae biljoily! for what we ,
i and lodging in the wall. The two hud The jury:smoked, rose up, took a'' little ca' the truth, thnt a has ended in pite- / TOYS "' I

been indulging in a quarrel previous to this brandy and water, and then tat down again, Wlmtever's Wrung,, it's'ptrfijcily.:; :..certain Cloths mid : UIRISTMASPRKSTNTS
CnssimcrcsIN Of every lescriptiinj linnd. ('nil ni'd
on
and smoked in sile ce' for some time. At that it never cnn be right to be\ nncivil,I. unneighborly -
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act.A unkind-in fact: tJo'hateane examine before 1'\11' chab //.g. e-e +l.ete.
German named ChiNtian D.irllioiiz. lust one of them', wlio'nppearcd to be the i. J"' '
commuted suicide by hanging himself to fur'email, sujda" , f "i anither. Nil, na that's the deeil'; wa'rk, GREAT VARIETVIIATSAND.CAPS Nov; 7,1865-fjm\ ;

the top uf the door in his re"idencellrllok. "The chee 'tolerably: clear-, and. we and no God's N'to, it' stiikes me that '

lyn, on Saturday night lust. A piece of rather think.leln) guilty" maybe its w)1) the kirk as wi' this house ; .' .. :Hodgkiss: Scott & Co,,

I paper found on the lable'of the Apartment "There's more tobacco in the table," ye're working on line side and me .on ,the ') : : 3 ; \ .
in which the deceased dwelt, and whichwas said the Judge to Jloll'e. .'the best you can tither, but il'we only do our 'work weel, we' COMMISSION MERCHANTS

written. by himself and addressed I 10 find unywher'u You hhve heard what these will meet on the tap at' .]last: Gie's me BOOTS AND. SIIOES( a

1Iis wife contained in German the following gentlemen hate said. Well h," he continu your hans'v: aulJ neighbor$ !" And they NO. 24 OliD"' SLIP;. NEW YORk:

words : "Farewell\, farewell 5 you have id, a little uneasily,'". dori't,, like to toll you shook lian', and were the best friends ever f'i'! 'IIRD\YAhE, t .J ;1 .; : : Thins n,' il(],.;kl.s'tuto of imbelton Brotbois, t13n1

( y r.I' des I re.", in my own house ; but-" after. j 1 ,I J! .' ,' ; 't i' ''t ttnrore. ,
,, ,1 O. W. Scott,6f firm of O. TV Scott & Co TulliilUlttril'O .
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fn PhAladeiph'ia, on' Sunday last, a young "Let thai be no. hindrance, said Eolfe, s : 'i J : CItOCIiERlTin '' ;
GIFTS .
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man named Edward Birch committed suicide filling and lighting his pipe. AND GaA"Ts-In he last issue of arm I Babliitt
The Round i" C:: : ,* P. II I'oolo of of I'oolo: & ,. Ealnbildt'o -
by hanging himself in n loft of a stable "Well, then," continued the Judge=( Table Generals], Grant\, is criticized UII, '
for accepting the gift of,;one hundred W. O. Poole, of film of U1.! W. Scott & Co., Tilllulmetmi .
In B.irrow street, above Shippen. The act "ciune here at 10 o'clock, to morroImorn. Ware &0., &c. .
thousand :
dollars i'lu. <
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; ; from individuals in New "j.
was committed while he was laboring under ing and I'll haveyo'u hung/ ,
great depression of spirits J .=:: Kolfe. looked\ disconcerted,, and appeared York. His acceptance of this' .han'cI8ome ,i'. I ." "
present is contrasted with the refusal by Special! attcptlon given to the sale of nil kinds of
The Wuton (N. U.) Sentinel sillies that mortified lit the idea'of usliing a favor.

M Martha Teagne, an estimable young '.You-little, been ,so kind to me," he President Johnson, last year, of s carriageand a-B.OCERJms: :: SOUTHERN ''PEOiTJCE, :.

Iddy residing in, the vicinity of Abbot's said, hcsiintingly} : "that I hardly like to ask .pair of horses. Conceding/: tp..General .
committed suicide '' Grant much !rood taste "in other natters,"' nnd;! to the! jiMrcluiHO and nhlpmeut of
Oreek.Wtliar'countv
you fur anything mere, ,
one day last week by hanging' !herself the "Not at all," replied I the" Judge. "Ou The Round Table says he has "grenlly FLOUR, Household and I'lantatlon'Goods, ..
erred in this" "
"that the
limb of a pine tree in tho woods neor her with U : youareelcometoiIt Before you purse is presented : "i I -
home. The net was committed while the ask" by individuals, and in such a way as to I SUGAR, Wares, Implements, "

was in a mOl.bid state of mind, superindu "Well," said llolfe1' wish-to-morrow compel 1 an obligation on the part of the re : ''MA'OHiNERY' .
8cC.
cipient. The Round Table thus:
-ced-by- disappointed affections. Before I Is my ague day, and the shakes come] on con. 1 ,
&ii &c.
eludes
"There TOBACCO
woods she brief Id ; be to hangme is.but one course foran, official ,
starting to.tbe' penned a at ten--wou you so good ns
note to her parents in which she informed, at nine ?" and that Is, always and ever to refuse REFERENCES : '
and where would answeredthe gifts. Especially is it out of plxce I for a Powder Shot and Percussion '
her the
of "With
j i them design they greatest pleasure, Ml'hua Carrier & Co., Sew York.
''1'ins found shortly Rolfe General, at the head of the'' National Ar ,'illu 'I' .. '
find her body. note was gond-hearled Judge, shaking by .s- Ca : .J. It Moore, Qrllllnt Ua.
afterward, and when her parents and the hllll<\. "Nine it shall be." 'i 1 i mies, to accept donations of any, kind. ps. llnnnt Cronrp MO'"iomer, Aln.i! I i .... ,
the John Rolfe1 went the inn ,A. H 11.1. Mnot/n, Gu. ., I'j sari.,,
lends repaired to spot designated they Accordingly to 'E.:Unnd, Mncon, GR.
discovered her suspended;, as slated above, paid his bill, and t ith. next morning was THE CHARMER.:-Let tha wt/e/ only'j'understand '.7.., G.. WDitfleld,-llpmopollg, AIR: ,II II

hut with life not "quite extinct She was hung lie lbe, ..clock! _s\r"'ICIInine\ ; r. and have' faith'' in her' true position Wm, Hnily,.,1'ruaideiit I State: Bunk ef Florida,
exertion -that of woman "the helper"andshe Wines & Liquors Tiitliiiia'MW. I I..,
im.inediit.tely\ cut djjwn aqd every if HnmDDlton.. Tret. Md.: Ins.'Com.nnle
'' a Tt>M. ;JJ. Fire .
made to restore her, hut without avail.. IAN ''AFFL CTIN/i"SCIN6.-O0? Monday needs neither great gifts nor an expansive J" Bnltlmore.n '

A young married man nawed Albert night Mr.McKean Buehtinan'andhisdaughter mind, nor extraordinary beauty, to be .(Jct." 4..tf I "J t. I I- '

Fello'ws, living in Amboy,.N J., commit- Vjrgiuiu, were announced, /lor\ Ul.lmlet"*,. always charming to her husband, and The largest Stock in the State lot ., I, .. 1 I
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,ted suicide in that village last week,. JIe at Terre Haute. AI rs.%Buchanan was at' while bhe walks by his side. to "fill all the NOTICE. ,co

,had Mien in love with a young lady, could the lime !lying very dangerouslz ill at .the steps of life with music. In being liter CONSISTING OF IIIRTT"DTS after' the fleet publication of.
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toot marry' her,* ol'Jcul'6er) and hen.u he Terrs' haute I1ou el of neuralgia bf'the ally his "help meet" she becomes the thin notice,' J will npplv tq the IlnnorabloGuM.iTL '
nooks dose of opium and slept his unhappy heart. Alter the,first scene ;t was announced beautifier and healer of bin. If the vine' Bnn.on,'Jpdge of f rolmle-c>r Miidlnon
about the oak tree WIIISKY, BRANDY, GIN, OIIAM KlorlJi, for an order ( sell the
:. that Miss 15. would not be able to to which she is often couiHy | n nnc.lialf
.
t'1ifeaw.y; appearas
t 'Hiram :Wolf, E,qf: a well known and 'Ophelia," on account of her mother's compared, be! trtijyher"enitem4jt'' ( is bej I PAGNE.' PORT, SHERRY AND Interest, In of the the following estate >f John'I'own W.Txila'lM UolU'MiiHii( the, town, d.oevHtcd of-

prominent citizen of Mauch Chunk, Penn., sickness, and if the play went on her part Cause'she binds together' the broken bpughs, CLARET:AVINES; COCK Mudiwin, Blot and county aforesaid, vli' Lots '
>uommitted j i.uieldei'on.Monday: lastjihyvhootiug would have to be omitted\ The audience and drapes'; 'with verdurous loveliness the TAIL AND STOMACH 73, 74, 77 78, In Hwtlnn I: Jl,jots 8 .BOln Section
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; 12 Lots 1:3:!:!, 1_4,125, '28.120, Inaction arid
timself with pistol He left a desired the 'drama ''to' proceed; but when withered branches., . /. J "J'J BITTERS &c., tCo.- .. 8 fret;' In wiiUu on the ,,north aide of J9i';26) In
nOle'ln bi+'rootri" he had Buchanan appeared find 10. .
; tayinglhat Mr. .commenced Section} i i .' i
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been slandered and could no longer live iu the l beloVlnol:to'-te-"- be TUB Fenian scare 'In Canadale: 'working !2rThelneifliants"of: are re-' A. T )fOLLEY1fAiNJ"dm'r '
I : Estate of J. W. Uollo3maltll.cld:
thisworld.. was'noticed to lack his fire and energy,- mischief iu the Newapapee'ofces; The speedily requested to exatq'ine ottt''stjoCk: Maeb.,18a8v \''lavtwi :

.'..'" Ha had proceeded; half''a'' dozen' lines 'London (C. W.) i Free Press has ten corn before decline\ : tq'purchasQlinNe\v billy York .. / '" J I .

TBI San Antenio (Texas) Herald is when his faltenng voice broke, and,falling positors In the volunteer service, and requests 11I"ill 'duplicate' at New York 'i i 3STOTIO33.:: : : ISIX'
charmed with the serene peace that prevails Into a"ohuir'( bel exclaimed I. -"!\II wife1 is its patrons to be forbearingintil after prices, thereby. |saving' ,(}harp}, ;time and ;
\VEEK< hnerd l 'thBnnder8ltnedVlir"
in that city : "With t the exception of dying-take your money-run down the Patrick's, eight. ,_ to the Judge, of rrrobat otJ eon) Bound(,1

fifteen or twenty fighuTaod! theexchang curtain-I cannot'play 1" and the audience ;, / day."J". ; ) } '. i4'' Poitillely t'o goods .told. retail., ,J11IcKihbin ty, lor letters of dmlnlBtrntion' de boars soar on.,(

tots few friendly shots without any unfortunate slowly and sadly. dispersed. Mri. Bi chan- A'YZKA'Cal.( ) lady w..'rlivorc.
result;pntbiag, bas r' happened'oP moment an was dead'. ", heu' her. husband rcache4 one day recently and m m.d again at 9 f :', I ", countydeeeued.\-1,1 ..1 I.1"I. I '.. J.'A.EDMOSDSON"' *"i
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for two day'.." the hotel.. '' '" I","' ','" '' 'tI > p.rn.oath..amed.y..: 'I' > .><>. ';I..< "' ]86b.tt( T .. '" .., '.. Tallahassee, Match 13,18M ..1 1 u>? lu.e.v.' I

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