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: April 3, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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; VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE,, TUESDAY. APRIL ;3, 1866.() NO. 67, : tj'

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For New Orleans' 1 'Gen. Scott Chastised by the back pay, for lotions, forage, trnmporla- The Onjiisllrc! of the Tnx Law

ijti.; VtCli1tJ.tntind, j'' Ilrothcr of JcfT. Itailsl t tion, etc.To at the South.I r
I the Lieutenant "Gt.'IIN.lucIIIlIlIlH. Inn I
PUBLI9IED I The Vicksburg Jllurnai'puhlishe the ,,trumpett, and drawing upon his im" IUIJIANA Feb TS68.;

TitEITKAM&JIi.: following letter, vindieaunglJetleraou Da a iiiflat( unit for: fade, laudatory of Iii tiibelf. To t lib, ,klitudof'litoNewe: ; :. '

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. vm from tlio chntge of having been Concerned there can be'ilo olljeUtlon, i-xcfpt Hint it i is Tin" .rear to ban determinaiitiii" I J

.....N in the ripudiation! ul'the Mississippi I humiliating lively 1'c 'iestu that /III oHi- the on
TEItiU in va..ce. bonus, brought against ,him ID his recent cer of I.is hi/could' ]; riinlut! Push, nn tugs of pint til'many ol tho enemies of the (
S--Cash ,Ad book his old General Scott South to nppreM her in every way, they cnn '
by enemy himself; lout 'the malice! and low revenge,
Per Annum throo times a week..........(9 00 Doctor of Laws acid lloooniry Generalissimo that, after the lapse pi'ten ,years could induce Inhlltl.illl! over the "Kalionul Tax' Law"It .!'

r'- do t....Ioe A week................. 4'00 United States Army As Mr. Davis him to select a time when Kir. Davie is i lI.i"tJllIIIl'Y have invariably dimliininnttd t'

r'n I DA. do once a week................... 2 00 is in military confinement, and, can nut,answer ie pO\Vt'rli, mid the slanders 'uitkiioun, to njaiiit.t the South, :Not sutish'idwith /
SMALLWboD I what they. did by that I law;, they 'Inc
:/J try'those rates put the "Sentinel" vtlthln' the J. L. for himself, his venerable biother has hint, to'inter such Tulsi-hoo'ds, must be reiluled "
now owing more plainly what they wilido
reach of every man' In the Stuto.IEATCS token Ui| the question, and thus disposes by all\ who value honor, truth and II'lIclI\'I'r
aKORQK W.; iFT.MAStER""TIIt'I'IY ; an oppoilun'ily' offeis. Thereis
of it without reserve : manhood, as below even contempt.This ,
now a lull before! Congress to levy a tux
)} To Litut. Gen. Scott, L. L. D. : is now published! at the place where
f ADVEn'nSI of .
OF ,
hereafter\ regularly between the len |per cent on cotton to be exported,
81' MARKS and the above I'ort, vhnci the facts ami\ ciicumstances are known, with diHwhack ,
I "Thou shall not bear nil so ntrulnst' a of three or the per cent '
tO SB PAID FOH IS An'.uaB : and can' he, established by of the
thy neighbor eny
nn ('onga( retained for home consumption.
Olio square, (12 ?npl.r lines,) or leas, for.the Touching: at Apitlachtcola. Among the commandments there i is plo who look part in the politics of the Will not Bastein man ufaeurera\ give' preference '

(list I..crtlon.r.--. : ....... .. .... $1 oEnoh For Freight or further particulars, apply to none more important tlnin this, and which time, J. L.: DAVIis.A to those of their own countrjmeit, Jt

subeegnentlu.crttoti' ............. MoKIBBIN 4 ALLKW.
.. 7Kstnto. civilized society has more uniformly enforced -,'---- who have rented or leaned planufinns) hereto
und Log.it\ 'Notices' to']to charged!; Tall.ilmi.Bee,1'Feb.. \" ; 271800. tf by moral precept bnd 1 legal trine- Great Oil hire--A Yful Destruction produce cotton 1 It will have ,die tin

Iho .111 no, aq trnimlont, aihe, rtltiumcnts, lion ; but which', it s,0Ills,1s (entirely dis- ot Life and J'ro- dency.t" lower the price to the prejudice of
except Notice of DI.nlAetu? ns Adiulnlutnuor NATIONALSTDVlWDRKS I'lIlZal'ded by I the Litntenunl General the Southern planter Thn !good bonk tells

farwhlah.yneabiirKe shall,,t he.. 13 00 In liis mumoiia written 'by ]himself, on crly in the Oil Uvgious." us to love those who curse I Us. If we wire,

s Obltntry Nutlaoa and Tribute. of Itenpect page,148, In a note speaking of II prisoner PitTRIILEUM CF.NTIU, PA., !March 22. to love the enemies of the South in proportion

J charged: an advorttsomoute.t4 taken at Chippewa', n Lfeut. Col. John to their curses heaped upon ns, wo
The Lie kilnwn ill
grpiitrit e< e>r Oildorado! ,
Morryllion \\ IHOD| this statement oocuis. should love them very.much indued.'
-- excepting that of the Maple Shade, twoyeiu's
, "This gallant officer, ulwdjs since on \ has neatly exhausted! iUell'; l leaving There are about twelve kinds of oilscunmerated

rcfri; n i 11 lf invalid friend of Scoit'a who in ago, "' '
(! Nos. 239 and 241 Water Street and wee, '\ horrid: und fearful amount of rUini',- in the' "National Fire Law,
of'lIium household I
IV the
the lime in i and two only are free, because they and
The conflagration began" ut the Ocean well,
But'ween Bcekmnn Street und Peck Slip ot the Queen, and since in, the government where two men were, engaged in eunlknitt manufactured at the East end NOI'I h. Slides''
of ChcUc.i Hos-pilal, still li\ca. too me manufactured them lieu of excise.
A J PEELER a new tunk continnnig oil to the alUou't of I
g HEW YORK. "He invested all .his little, savings and two liundted, liairils One" of the!' staves! Sugar and molasses, manufactured from

ATTORNEY AT LAW wife's dowry.in Mississippi bonds, I'CJ1U UI- v> ns f"r"cI'out at the bottom, which cteUt cane j juice are taxed, because Southern

I led mainly by Jein.rsnti Duvia It waScott's d it vacuum through. which lie: oil ran inanufacluris. Sugar, syrnp and molasses
WAT'SOS SNI<'OIl 0, President.JOHN of tins
'' strong statement interesting manufactured front beets sorghum Und
J ALLAlIASbtE.FLORIDA.: TlttNI.OW.: Vice I'res'tand'l'rea.neer. out, and, ,luinnnir down the tun, ii cominunicilted ,
OiQoe up Stairs. over tho State Dank., .1. L. SK.BURY, Stiperlutendeut of \Vorki 'case at tho tune, in a published article, with the'eii indhoirsuandthere! maple ale five, hoot rXCl>e. They ate manufaetuied -, 1
SAM H, U'L'TJiK: dccretary.lp thai brought upon( him afterward the persccutionsof Kast and \8et,
tt-yottk'o/ hours Irom 1111. III, to 1 "p. in, HIM caught from the file in the fur huce. From
from 2 06 p. m. Mr. D.IIIB' as Mr. Picrce'sSecretary this point it lupidly spread to the oil tanks Senator ])a\'i8 was right] when he said I
IOt.obl' J" -811) of War," ,'le. millions had been l liken from Government
ofSanford's Ocean
manufacturers eif the 0l| Company, Philadelphia ;
It would lie difficult\. to conceive a state by her agents. He might have added mil
tutu Arctic well and No. 20, Palt-rse.n,
EDWIN A. HART, Challenge Heaters, ment more utrouuualy false und inaliiions\ nickey: nnd Ko H' ; thence down the I un lions, had been taken from the people uf

Jefferson Davis never was a member of to the difTeient. wells, live in number, belonging the South by Federal agents. Oh, that all:
ATTORNEY AT LAW 111 I MAMMOTH HEATERS, either house of the State Legislature, .or to theliicedinuud J\Iyersalld Dree- could be laid bare, to- look ,upon. If committees -;
took in public affairs either state could feel interest ,
any part din and Tennent teases, which were soon a personal it
corporate. Until 1835 he was in the would beery well to get Ihern11' and
\ MADISCX, FLA.rilfi enveluped iri one huge mass of flame, With PUI'r r
CHALLENGE KITCHEN RANGES. United States army ; in that year he resigned no enrly means of checking this fearful them to work. The abuses are great in

"\\\\ I linlieltl. prHC'Ico Circuit.Kuliru In tbo Couits ol the Middle and returned to Mississippi! and engaged tide, it rolled onward) down the Run iu deed. It, is difficult to get witnesses to testify
in planting in the remote part of Many will keep out of some from
with way
u v 15: 18ill( 4- f BEACON LIGHT RANGES flames, communicating everything
.--- Win'i en County, whore, owing to some domestic combustible sweeping\ every' object beforeit. interest It b riot\ difficult to satisfy sumo I
I And 1\ full assortment of affliction, he lived in seclusion, taking ; which witnesses that it is not their duty to take ,
found channel
W IIATTORNEY WHITNER i It soon a carried
no part in publiu affairs for seven or care of Goveinmcnt. The interest Gov-
Bennehoff Run
the into
Cooking and Heating Stores burning mass ,
In 1S44 he was iho-.cn ernment offers informers the
or eight years. particularly
catching, in its way, three refineries, somo I
Atlupiej to all parts of the world. one of the electors of Mississippi in 1815it thirty or more buildings, and several wellsin interest hub-agents have in hunting up cotton i I
, was proposed to bring his name before and their management after seizure,
MAIH'ON! FLOItID.t.TTtI.f. pi-ogress of drilling In less than fifteen
the convention as the nominee for Congress the door to frauds and
ALSO opens great imposi (
from of the fire
I'IL\UTTCI': IN THK: CUUIITS OF minutes breaking out ,
t in this distiict lie was known to be tions. Suppose' I have 200 bales I have
1// thetlddte Uircult WARE it was emptying itself into Oil Creek, nt
repudiation of State debts, and sold the late Confederate
.Iio :3, 1466fJULIAN opposed to the mouth of the) Run, thus presenting to to Government ,
his nomination objected to on that account said have sold them. I
AND the a terrible mountain ol'black smoke or to A contemptible "
by a portion of the Democratic party ; and eye appointee of the Treasury gives me notice
UNION STOVE POLISH. and flame nearly a mile ill length. i'
BETTON shortly before the meeting of the convention The ddtnngn is estimated at $150,000- they are seized ; and then, before he reports
Will. I'. SLUSSEH, Agent., article in The Vicks tho seizure '
,PUALRIt JV an appeared Patterson mid Dickey, with the Ocean Oil another fellow comes to mo ..
THllHhniw, Afirah 22.1808. Bra burg Sentinel, signed "Cato," said to be Company, are the heaviest losers. Twentythousand and offers not to report' if I wid i tell him.

Hoots, Shoes and Leather, written l by Governor McNutt, calling on l barrels oil wire consumed! with the whole at a moderate/ price, or give him, 1
PHILADELPHIAOIL him to declare his opinions. To this he houses one-third to release the cotton ; nnd says
the tankage. Some eighteen engine
:TALLAHASSEE, FLA. promptly replied, avowing bis opinion in derricks engines and the whole para- if you will not accept one or the other of ,

PAINT AND VARNISH favor of paying! every just debt that Mississippi phetnalia fur sinking/ wells were c lro'ed. these plo positions I must repoit it, and you
Pleat! << Door North of State Uaiik. owed, all of which will appear, if ref- The) ennehoffand Oil Creek Railroad sustained will (fuse all Suppose (he oflicer who has
eience bo made to the files of The Vicks- to puss upon the right was interested in
\\ 0 It It S sortie $5000 damage Two men are \
March 8,1860. 3m other ol'that time .
burg Sentinel and papers reported hurned seriously three family and i be propositions, as mentioned here, what
well hundreds ol now liv I'harie'e have I him for
as as to peibuns hrfuiu jny rights 7-
one, Mi'$:enzie, lullS just died at the McCliu-
I t ing. the horrid l Well" nuppose-I stile this has occurred with'inn
tock House. He was most sight
it contend'd that there tliould be DO who \\"ullliNlell, } 'All
was to rut parties
witnessed being nothing, but u blackened
ever ,
UGII IRON. SPEAR &BONAFFON, split|, in thcpaitj' ; that he could! not be charted mass of flesh, when l.xuicd' I would deliv It ; the nftietr who i in ii ''piiat.teJ -

I nominated, tnterljinma. and avowing such to adjudicate i it shuts his t'UI'S-
., ho
ted 'from the devouring elementand WII"in
\TO-i' 10,11,50 and 6n I'lnin/lm; HilCFACTVREKS Of opinions ; or, if nominated by a divided Anotherman .lgan,, those whose cotton has been seizedare ..1.14 I
18 iiiid 8 I Inn, Uu i Uuif bhoiel: do. 1 very way unrecognizable
8 liioli wide Iron. party, could not bo cl.tted. He received burned forced to send it to New Orleans \b"- ,
is reported to have been todtah ,
For s.ilo at PARAFFINE' OILS tho nomination, and vuis elected, though : in derrick fore they cnn appear in their defence., Why

0 T), n, MEOINSISS i GO'S. opposed by Gov. McNutt und tilt party in a is this ? Why not settle title first, and '
February 27, lOGd. If favor of lepudiation. lie took his beat in then let the / >I'Nt'lor) not, aL his option! l

Machinery, Lubricating,Wool, Rosin, Congress JJecember, 1815, his first service THE celebrated banker Jay Cooke, who A ,COTTON PLANTER.
BLACKS3VMTHING Gas and Lard Oils ill a deliberative body. declared that '!the national debt tvs n national ,

i Soon:: I ufLLI' the'war ngaiust Mexico was blessing." has EO patriotically manipulated .
H. B. FITTS & CO. PJTCH, ROOFING CEMENT PARAfFIN VARNISH declared he was tleclcd colonel ot a icjtlineut ; the debt us to be able to build There is a memorial tablet to Bishop 1
] in Paul's Church New Orleans
Polk Si.
of volunteers, whop hu vacated hU him a house:, of winch we find the lowing ,
now prepared to execute every desorln.. inscribed" 1 lie Right Rev. LeouidusPolk i
In rxe'lmnge
ARE" WAGON GREASE seat, took command i>f what was known as description an :
IIII MII the I'lrst Ali..iH.ll'l'i| ,ilea, and hastened' to '1 he new residence of jay Cooke the Bishop of Louisiana. Born April i
BLACKSMITHING PIn lOih ISOfi Died June 14th 1801.
the Uia GianJo. hanker, is situated on the, Chelton llills, -
ttiecoBtof the beat initaiwr.material,and&0"us, will low as admit>*- 8 K2sj ol. luoy White Lead arid Colors of All Kinds;, join"It the was army Scott's on Btrong statement\ of this eight miles from rilllqdelphia, und is builtin t Numbered with thy saints in glory ever

nave secured tha services! ot some of the interesting case, at the tune, in, a published the French style with steep sluto roofs, lasting.1 net,
AND DtiLBHli IX and mhseive plastered chimn yi. It Is now
hun afterward
article that brought
BEST, SMITHS IN THE STATE. upon :' Gen. Grant has issued order 7t
the persecutions, of Mr. Davis. as Mr, quite finished, exteriorly, and will contain an directing
will Those he j who guaranteed may favor entire us snlUfaetlon.IWaho with their. patronaua! Rosin Southern Pitch Pieroe's, Secretary \Var."r fifty bed chambers: a chapel, a gymnasium, all Department commanders in Virginia, '

: nearly, opposite the Past Offloo. Js itnol_ perfectly absurd to.iay that a library, und ull the accessories to the palatial North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, ,I'

Feb. 8, 180a-tf i ILLUMINATING OILS,' BENZINE *o. Soolt'a article could affect: Jefferson! Davis, home of a banker. Its dimensions l"lorida"Alabnml. Mississippi and Texas, .

.( .. then a boy seven or; eight years old, who probably exceed! tress! : of any private residence to institute quarantine of all vessel* sr-

To Printers and Publishers. 402 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUEI'lIILAUCLVIIIA never, in ojl t> J\b\liy.\ heard nf Scott's on this continent It lapiereed with riving from ports infectod with cholera. .

i strong article, wrilierr ut' the)''time, or of about eighty windows, and has within it a

:o:_ .. Lieuc. Col. John Aloryl'ion, Wilson ; or spacious; ciiuil: i yard. That Unl'ed States Supreme Oourt bave't

1 Having a large lot of surplus March 24, 1806 __ emI that he could in anx way be eflected by ----'- ... -- recently decided that Savings' Bank depose ':

t II, +I 1 II. ) U ., u, ? : it ; should nuke it a causa 'of pet'sucbtiou! I Gen It. 1 1C Suo II. Commissioner of the its lire tqrally liable' : witb ordinary Bank: I f

PRINTING MATERIALS WX: ..X..A..: ;'LX'rt:: 3 thirty yenrsafterwiiid ; or'ls' ''n' at all pi'oba-' Krcediiien'a Bureau, iq South, Carolina; jo .deposits lo a tax of half per ceut per annum

ble that Scolt believed h.4'' own"luteDl .D .,1 a couunpicaliuntothq, ( ChailesUm fiewt I
1l1I"r. for sate,.FOR ,QA8U,, the following! I1'rtl.'I' LIVERY STABLES It will bo remembered, that what the declutes that a' letter published" In the Washington 'j

cles!0, at"Onghalf 'I hieotenpeit. General .calls "piTbecutijn," Chronicle purpoitinc'' to come from JARED SrARii ThlsceJebriited l / learai-dji ,

Manufacturers' Pries.lOne : was the,refusul of the St'eie'taiy of War to1 himself, and containing A frightful! picture historian, and divine, died al his residence/

WA8IIINQTOi HAND PRESS HzeNo. QU fCY, FLtL.HACIiS allow ii claim 1or back. pay' ail LieiiUmint n.r tie ,lislejuiltj of the inhabitants) ul'h( in Cambridue' # Massachusetts on the 14th 1

:3, In (good order. .. 'i i General from the time Scott was in Mexico Slate. Is a forgery, he never having' written\1 indent, ill, i"tl1e seveuly-elgtti y'ehr, of his'

One WASHING 1'OV UAN1;? P,\E38lzo' No. : Buggies and which the Secretary. showed ,;ou- such a l letter The' incident'uffoids age,' ,

2, In BltEVIER.'excellent order.' ..,. I, 4o clu.ivdy he was not entitled toialiSTbis resulted glimpse i into! the'process of mnoufacture of 1 '
250 IW.
'2&Olb.. SONG PHIMBU. I j of whys l n read)besa to. !, in an sngrycorrepjftnder.'l'eliu! ; l which testimony for Senator Sumner's scrap-book1 The President of one nf the leading i Boston '

400 lb., liMA T.IJ PICA;'' Convey! on passengersarrivliig the ruldroad- traloaj{ to Clmttaliobehea, the peculations and finuds upon the Treasury und the Recun.tructi9P..Committee. ( banks ,.aijubl j had hin'stilary raUe.l to

J 20(i foul.too'. ),100 tsrLAY"l..PIj'I.VI'.II.! "J.;. ., or any. other pilot, they may desire logo to. were exposed! to such an extent/ that it .. SIT.OOO per year on accoint of \'IIuaM. 1
JUASuS; : HABIIEJ: UDLK8,:LBxn8: ( FUR March 29, 18 i NI PURE, .and In hint evsrythlng neceiatwice ,, t _,- be ruuld never have been"3 .i.uteimm inn left in his will the following important
iri getting out ii paper the sizeof the'' Senator Stockton of New Jersey; fills t s
: .. Mules Stolen. General; but, u. H teas, till only, obtuiuedit "passage 1 sent that was enre occupied by both hi1father ,
"tlnatlael"W, A. 8HOfJERi!: ; by iniporiunaty solicitations, not only by "[ have now disposed of all| my properly and
', ,. $:'lfrnpr"'lnr Florida BOnUnal; himself und others, but oven by ladles, en"ga to my family; theie, i iy one thing morel grandfather, "

''Administratrix's''Noticci'; '!' the thlio2jlt.k.lnatant, two Sorrel 1 1lllre (ed' logo; to the ''capital and to use ihur ivibh I could' leave' them and that is the There is a lump 'ot gold in Wutliinzton''
ON Mules were stolen from the subscriber Uthey had that and I j ;
11 obtain It also suid Christ Hill Religion.
; months after dais, { wli| ), pra" ,iil 01y '&0- al Qulrtey..' On has.a. round Waaii 'on the ,influence to votes. wan( had! not Ihelh one hilling, they would lilt!from the Montana. .mine; worth 17.
SIX It would entail no charge the Treasury given
vouchers a* Administratrix of the left fore nbouldof. _Tbe niu'.es: have been tracked upon JOO.. -
.estate of L. r.(. White, to thi,'honorable'jQda,[ of t a Tallahassee. A suitable. reward wiN be paid' '5 wad (Intended inertly a* a uoxnplinieutla btu richt| j; pnd If ,) hey ha4 not that, and I -
..\ of' Leon fort final their hid the'nf all\\ the world they would Col. 'Jtiarlefe Lee brother the Gtn-
.. Probate county a eentonieatand tyoy1eormaUuttthat JAMB racovs.ry. grlily ao old soldier ; .bit) no sooner was given a of
ask for adlseD .. ;. bI WHITE BRUCE. :
Jj : '
rj ", fe'poor.. :ral II lecturing la Richmond. .1>
Jan 18,18M- Adnrx: I Tallahassee, Marsh 27, ISM. 1 W' obtained than he presented a claim 'toy, ,




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Wd.tttlltty f An Honest Witness. Trial of junior John II. Gee. The South llegciifrmhi
Those of our people who entertain the March
TALLAHASSEE, JI.A.., FP!>. 27, 1800. SAVANNAH, 3, ,,136.
notion that the majority at the North are SEVENTEENTH DAY
We are just in receipt of new. that the "Ah, air, that looks like old times,"
'.L'ALr..AHASSEE: t hostile to the South and do not sympathize President has vetoed the "Fieedmen's WEDNESDAY, March 21st, 186G. said a gentleman to me" as we stood! near

with her in her present trials and Bureau bill." Whether it i is true or not The Court met according to adjournment the po t-"mcp (in the business Street

TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1886. struggles: are unquestionably misinformed we cannot tell, in it conips through |'reb -all the members present. known as the "Bay," lazing til the" crowds
and in el sources," but I am inclined to think it The Jndge Advocate Introduced Mr of drays and wagons lumbering till ough
ci ror. Hardly
n day passes is, from the fact that Hip "rl'constl'ucted" George J. Manson, as official reporter" of the streets, and the ihionjisof men hftrry-
Agents for The Sentinel. that wo do not observe some expressionor are as jubilant an they were in days gone: the proceedings of the Court, and he was ing along the sidewalks. Front waie-

Mr. D. It. WILSON, at Quincy. ,. demonstration of public sentiment at by, when Ihe wires informed them of some duly qualified. The journal of last session horse doors could be seen bands of

Mr.:THOMAS JENKINS, at Madison.Mr. the North, which would satisfy any rtas- glorious defeat of the "Ynnk ee Hessians." of the Court was then read black laborers cheerfully employed in>
onablu man that the South has friends What the effect of this will be on the John Poulas was called and sworn- handling bales'and barrels and boxes.-
COLUMBUS DREW,Jacksonville. country I cannot imagine, for I presume lives in Rowan county-was born and Over the tops of the buildings line
Col. D. J. TAYLOR, a' Fernandina. there, both numerous, and sliong enoughto it is but a beginning of a new line of policy raised there-went to Salisbury in October ,I the liver bank, appeared) the tall masts .

Maj.: F. C. BARRETT, at Gainesville. maintain her lights and to enforce ; but from my actual observationshere ,' 1801-was a member of the Senior of shipping, while numerous columns of

Mr. C. E. JOHNSON, at Monticello. their recognition when the proper time I am free to say that in my belief it Reserves, In Col. Hoke's I'egiment-my smoke from ocean steamer and river tug
will prove disastrous to Northern men company was quartered the south-east lazily ascended into the sunny air. From
As indication of this
:Mr. W. L. STROMAN, at Centreville. comes. some pre- who have already settled here, disastrous corner of the garrison-when we first the bustle and stir, one could easily imagine
Mr. JOHN A. GRDBO at Savannah Qa. \ailing sentiment at"lhe">North, we makea there bad 's-after
to the principles of the men whom we went we no quartei that he was in Northern city which
short extract from a letter, recently received have to thank for a United Slates Qovcinment a while wo got tolerable comfortable had never felt the paralyzing, influences

Cheapest Newspaper in the State !ITrl in this city from a. prominent citi- to day, and especially disastrous quarters, made of logs and boards-Ihe of wai' ; but the warm, balmy atmosphere,
zen of the State of New York to the )poor negro; who, even with the influence poles were got near the town-they were the golden clouds which floated across
of the Bureau as it now exists, tolerable plenty there. I was on gnard the blue sky, the guard, with musket and

-'v ee kiT.......i...........-._...___.tits "The election returns from New and the moral influence of the few remaining while there-wis instrucled not to trade 1 filed bayonet, pacing his beat in front of
Semi-Weekly.........__............. 4 Hamp- troops, does not obtain anythingmore with the prisoners, not to trade with them the headquarters of the General commanding
Weekly....__-......._.............\2 shire indicate that the Republican patty than a mockery of justice in many nor have anything to do with them. r the district, ail these told me
is intact there yet. A different result instances.The das not with the guard at any time when that I was in a Southern city.

J3T At 2 P. M. yesterday the mercury was not expected, but the differences of two white men I mentioned In my food was offered ,, to the prisoners which My companion was a native of the J p
I last as having been arrested by the military they were not allowed to lake, that I recollect South ; formerly he w as wealthy, and had
with the President
tend unmis- ,
marked up to 73 degrees ; at 0 this Congress '- at Quincy, and turned 'over to the of-once'wnen I had my haversack owned large plantations which had been

morning, G3 degr el1l. takably, to a rupture in that paity. I civil authorities, lo be tried for shootingtwo wllh rations In it; a prisoner asked me for inherited from father to son for many

.. do not look for it until the Congressional negroes, had their trial last week. some bread ; I didn't know whether I generations back. But he went into the

elections take place next fall. Then the One of them was I fined 5 cents aud the would be allowed to give it to him, and war when the rebellion broke out, And
the Government sale of animalsIn
W other $1. This is only one instance in asked the sergeant of the guard, whether served as a general officer until Johnston
his stand
take and
this city on Saturday last, mules President must sup- many, going lo show how justice is dealt I might give it to him ; he said it was suiremleied. His finest plantation has ;

brought! on an average, about $130 each. port with his entire patronage, those who out when a negro is concerned. In this against the rules, but that he sometimes passed into the possession of a. Massachusetts

.. stand by his Administration, whether case there was some slight )provocation, Cave Ihempaitof his rations and that man, and now he is living upon a.
they be democrats or not. but it was very slight ; but if there was there could be no harm in giving them mere pittance and the memories of what
Wo are indebted to Mr. GEORGE any guilt at all, what is five cents or adollars' something to'I'at, and I then gave theprisoner he has been. He is 1LaR, handsomeman
DAMON for late New Orleans "Let the South live up to the doctrines worth Of it less 1 bi'ead,
papers by the was more or some with a frank, open countenance,
steamer Florida, which arrived at St. and position laid down in the speech of Query. And it occurred at a. military Moses Palmer called and! s\\'orn-22 and as he was presented to me I noticed

Marks Friday. ALEX. II. STEPHENS. A year or two rost. where there is a detachment of the ypars old-reside in Lynn, Mass., was a lhat his coat, which appeared lo have
on I
.. more of endurance and more or less tribulation 7th United States ipgulais. and a sub,assistant prisoner at Salisbury, belonged to the 6th made the acqna'nlance of the dye pot, i
commissioner of the "Freedmen's 2d divl ion 31 1 brigadewas -
army corps ; ; carried the bi'ass stafF button of the Federal
&7 The Florida Railroad is again in will bring her into the promisedland Bureau," but who, under the present status taken prisoner at Winchester Va.,-- Army.

operation from Cedar Keys to Callahan- of constitutional government, never laws and orders, was powerless the went to Salisbury Oct. Cth, 1864 and left "It is a pleasant sight, General I
matter. Had it occurred at any place but the latter part of Feb 1865-wont with ,
It la mote to relapse Into Abolition misrule. answered, half inquiringly."Yes .
that it will be
expected completed So mute it be a. military post, I don't believe the would- the sick from Salisbury to Richmond ," he replied, "'lL [is both ,pleasant ..} .
to Fernandina in a few weeks. I".f be-homicides would have been arrested, there were about five bundled of the sick I and a sun prising!; one to me I little imagined :i'
and the Yankees who !have given the no who left for Richmond assisted in making thai oonnnei'oe would so actively

i4r The "shovel brigade," (colored Washington!! Chronicle's /pro his freedom and )promised to sustain out the paroles. The rest of the revive in the-Suuth1 only a few IIIUI1LIIIIalel'
him in it, would have been none the wiser. prisoners were sent to Wilmington
the close ofi the
is and "Honest Witness. war. By George,
troops ) organized doing a good
I am sustained In this belief by the fol- made out their paroles-then about 2,500of sir, thei is more activity and
business under direction of the military We publish to-day, the letter dated lowing fact : An ex-officer of the 8d U. S; them. I was in the prison from the here to day than in 1800." energy

pulhoiities.JAS.. TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 27th, which the C. T, while traveling in citizen clothes on' time I went there until the 15lh of No-
the cats between this place and Jacksonville vember, and then went to Maj. Gee's S.-
Chronicle calls the
W II. GATIIN, Esq., of this city, Washington testimonyof heard one of the "reconstructed, headquarleis kept the prison register SECOND NAVAL-VICTORY OF THK CHILEAN
an "honest witness"--being written boast that since the surrender he had kilted -this embraced a list of the prisoners, PBBDVIAK FBEET.-Tlie news from
was admitted to the Bar before the Cir
Northern who visited of the d-d niggers and Inten- their names rank and
"by a gentleman seven company regiment; the
seat of war on the South Pacific
cuit Court on Friday last, after passing a the South for the purpose of investinghis ded to kill BS many as ho could get a also, a list of the deaths. There were, on coast
highly creditable examination. The abilities in trade. chance. For this be was applauded by a my arrival at Salisbury: about two thou- grows in interest The Spanish frigates

r of Mr. GATLIS must ensuiebim a money dozen more "reconstructed," a judge of sand prisoners ; afterward others arrived Villa de Madrid: and Blanca had encountered -

high position in the profession. The testimony of the writer is given by the criminal com t being: among the num- making the aggregate about 8,008 01 the allied squadron in the harbor of i
ber. When such a thing\ : Is boasted of, 9,000. I cannot lell how many escaped
the Chronicle as "the result of a somewhat Ancud and. after brisk I
a "f
and applauded as a. brilliant affair, what from the prison, it was impossible to find engagement
I' Ir. Yulec Itclcascd. bitter experience" in Florida, and apparently must be the feelings of society where such out, because the prisoners would nyl report two hours' illation, were repulsed 1, each

in this immediate vicinity. Any things are piopagaled when any had 'seafpd-l knew sixteen badly damaged The gunnels of the al-

The public will learn with great pleasure man who Is capable of penning such a I JIIel ely mention these things:( to show to escape-there wire about 1,700 lied, squadron displayed unexpectedskill
that Hon. D, L. YULEE has been released you that if the policy of abolishing the I Ifreedll1l'lls' who enlisted out of the prison None.
from Fort Pulaski, and reached tissue of misrepresentations and malicious Bureau and withdrawing the I count was taken of those wl .> escipedI and hulled the Villa de Madrid sev.enteen .

Gainesville last week. falsehoods for publication at the Northat troops should prevail, (and I presumeone have no idea of the n\1ll1l1er-olo not times, while the Blanca received

this time, deserves something more will follow the other,) it will materially know the number of escapes that were one shot bt'loltilt' water line, and both
--- than is generally understood to be embraced alter my planting schemes, and I reported while I w'as thel e. hew tIff in distress, It'tLlI'liing lo Valpa-
Concert.The will not require tbs capital I wrote you
in a "bitter experience ;i" but hemet CROSS'EXAMIXm: raiso. This: is the secund )postureiciory
about for anything I know of at present. ,
Grand Concert of Vocal and Instrumental with nothing of the kind. He came I would as soon think of throwing. ray I wrote the paroles of the pihoneis. hj won by the allied fleet

Music by professional and among us as a spy and informer, and ban money into the sea as invest it la the) the order of Maj. Gee-the 01 delsetp .--

distinguished; Amateurs, will come off at done his work no doubt, to the best of the South if I did not believe that to make" the |;mules out as MJOII ns pns IMPOBTAT: ; clslOs.-The Supeibr 'l.
the Capitol this evening.' The Seventh troops would remain here to protect all Bible, and that I should employ as many
his Unable to make out
ability. a case Couitof ihe State
of New York
American citizens in their persons and clerks as should be necessatj'-he showed recently -
Regiment Band will assist. Go early founded on facts and actual occurrences, piopeily. Those that have already Invested great anxiety to have' the )paroles made made a most impotlant decision,

.. he lies by wholesale, and Forney says in plantations and gone to work out speedily. 1 carried the news of exchange whereby United States Treasury nOlt'sal.emaleinev.rYI.especterIualto.gulll

Holcombe & Co., Savannah. '"such a witness cannot be ridiculed or are trembling in their boots now over of prisoners lo HIP prisoners at
ibis nests, for fear they will never be permitted the request of Maj. Gee, and that they
This[ Is one of the oldest established doubled. to gather theii first crop. One of would be paroled. iu payments of debts. The decision goes 1.

houses in the South, and continues at the We wi'l'! only take up the two cases cited them told me this .evening that if matters. Maj. Gee told me to lell the. prisoners further than any ever made in New York,

well known stand, 181 Bay Street, where by him, as occuring[ Quincy" two' were going on m tnw manner in tvasn- they would have something good to sleep foruier ones merely going the length of
It is ington he would sell out fur anything he overor words to that effect-'told me to
doing a very heavy business in Groceries white men arrested and tried by the civil establishing that contracts made before
could get, and make his way back North tell them not to shout or make an II u IISU- I
aud also forwarding commis.j aUL110l ties for shooting' two negroesNell ."- as soon as possible. Others are waiting al noise, as the cuard might file on them. the passage of the act of 1802, and providing -

j slots, &.c., Our Florida dealers may lest !>her of them was attested. for shootingthe anxiously bef01 closing bargains to see I executed the 01'deis and cautio-ied:, the for the payment in the then legal

I assured that they can purchase of HOL- negroes, for neither was shot. what will be done in Congress. Sergeant Majors of Divisions and also the currency of the country, could be satisfied
negro I have no position to ask for under the prisoners, as I came out-this was between
COM DB & Co., at as low rates and on as One was struck and the other was slightly Government, as you are aware ; I want togo 10 and 12 o'clock at night b)' )payment in United States Tieas- f fury

; favorable tenDS as in New York, and al. cut with a knife. In each case the into planting ; but I am not free from I.i Those who wet e enlisted in the prison, notes. i

t so save half cost of transportation. See negro was the aggiessor. Under great selfishness in desiring that the bureau be were generally foreigners-some natives, -.. i

, their advertisement, and call on them. provocation, the white man bit the continued, and its powers Increased, who represented themselves as foieigneis, Rlal/T.-Gen. BURNSIDE, who was recently I
I negro.
for with it I will feel se ore ; without it, were enlisted-so far as I know. The
-, ---- He was fined five cents and costs which officers slood nominated as the Republican can- d
the contra I')'. Treason has not been inside the gate when the recruiting -..
i l\'cufvillc, Itutlcr & Co. costs amounted to eighty-six dollars I "made odious" here, for, ampng the was going on-seveial claiming dilate! for Governor of Rhode Island

: We would invite attention to the advertisement Euough, we should say, to pay for slapping white citizens, 'theptouclest feather iuaman's to be foreigners were rejeole I and turned sustains the Piesident's policy) approves. ,,
is that he has been back--I was at the budge one day when
cap" a good
of this firm No. 145 a negro's face. In the other of the Veto and denounces the Radical 3
i Broughton case, rebel during the war. Yankees come before an officer sad tJ be from Columbia.' S. (T
stlcet, Savannah-dealers in Tin Ware the negro accused the white man of stealing negroes in their vocabulary of hatred was enlisting ; a njan claiming"i lo: -be-a in Congress. The Democrats of lhat

I and Stoves of all kinds, &c., &c. Messrs. his pocket book, and persisted in the aud so soon as they have the execution foreigner enlisted, the officer went to him State have therefore detenu.'ned to Dlak",
of the laws in their own hands and took him by the collar and led him no nomination for Governor
, N. & B. have an extensive stock and are charge until he was hit ; and for hitting ,,
they will come In for the share of out from the line and kicked him-Major
j i. prepared to fill all orders promptly. Dea- him the white man paid a fine of one dollar their bowIe knives and pistols largest, for it will Gee, who was standing between the gate ---0 ...

I leas Are requested to call on them. and the costs, amounting to ninety then be more of an honor to kill a and line of recruits, told him he must nol TDB FEiIANs.-The Washington correspondent -,

I I ', .. dollars I Is not that protection enoughfor "Yank" than a "nigger." But it is abuse the prisoners, that they weieun- of the Macon Telegraph lays ::

'11. S. District Court. the negro and punishment enough for growing late, and I must close. I hope der hia charge, and that the officer had The Fenians have "simmered down'v
that fears unfounded and not given his receipt for the recruits and.
my may prove since St. Patiick's day. Some of
The U. S. District Court for the North- the while man But this "Northern all the blood and treasure spent in the therefore he should not kick them-I do I we beginning to smell a rat. Some them .
,ern .District of Florida, opened at St. gentleman" says the negroes obtained four years' war not be spent in vain.nujor not know that his not having !given: his the Irish servant girls here, who contrih/
only "a mockery of justice 1" receipt for Ik em was the only reason he Uted liberally to the funds do
t': Augustine on the 14th inst., Judge FRA- not hesU
.. -. ... .. .- Gee's Trial. said the officer should not abuse them> late now lo denounce the wholethin"
ZEB pre <1 ng. Zua Jacksonville Union iii oiner assertions are entirely consistent he said the prisoners were still under his t sw India) ,and a sham. They that"instead as.'

states that the'Question of the constitutionality with the foregoing. We can con We give to-day, the testimony before coutrol, and should not be abused. striking a blow either say for the liberation ,

of the "test oitb" was argued scientiously express our belief that thereis the Military Commission at Raleigh, N. of Ireland, or the conquest of

I at great length and marked ability by not one truthful, reliable statement In C., on the seventeenth day of Maj. Gage GEOBOIA CENTRAL RAH.BOAD.-The Canada, the leaders are Uvlug luxuriantly
" President Col.. WADLET stales there in New York '
Col. J. P. Sanderson, but we understandthat his letter, unless it be that lelative to the trial. It is mainly that of a Massachusetts now ,
remains but forty-four miles-of' the Central
the decision of the Judge Is adverseto universal joy throughout the South when soldier who kept the register of the
road unfinished and that the MAKISO FACES.-The
by first question of
the admission of those lawyers who the Piesldenl's veto of the Freedmens prisoners. Although not of the first importance ; put
of June the entire line will be ready for ting the portraits of obscure or unknown
cannot take the oath. Another fact which Bureau bill was announced. Words are Hill it provesjmoslfcclearly, that
the of trains from Savannah on the fractional
will be more gratifying to our citizens, wasted on such a despicable character, all the intentions and acts of Maj. Gag to beeu currency hail
Macon exciting an animated debate
is that the property against which no decree and it is almost an insult to our people to towards the Federal prisoners at Salisbury : In the House Mr. Congress

had been entered, was released on lay his letter before them w :\inl\ and humane, and the E3TI>r. D. C. AUBUIB, of- Jacksonville Pennsylvania, commented, Thayer, of

payment ocoats.. We also prisoners theaisyUla affirm it most decidedly severely oa
learn that Si. of the
one most enterprising citizens oi; the practice, and said that the arithmetic
those cases which had gone to decree W At a Ladies' Fair held in Alex- n,. i I.., ,
"a Florida, has planted, on a place on the makers would soon be .obliged to do.
but where no sales had taken place, werereopened andria, Virginia, on the 15th ult., a large east side of the St. Johns river
""vIf" D-"TAVID P. lInENS, a much res upwardso away with the old tables of federal currency
and that :some of them of U. S. soldiers
squad preceded
have by a
been dismissed peeled citizen of Bainbridge, Ga., and well fifty thousand grape vines brought and to substitute a new one, fUll.
on payment of the costs National flag, entered the4 Hall and demanded '
from the North of which
known In this section, died In New York a1\{ are growing ping thus ;
and the
probability is that this will be the removal of the I
portraits of
city on the 25th ult, His disease was finely Two Clarks make one Washington[
the fewilt l mall those similarly situated.; Gens. LEE and STONEWALL JACKSON, .rt. Two Washington and one Cluik ,
r pneumonia. make
threatening\ to tear them down tbemielvta & A Washington dispatch stales that one Fessenden.

J3T Tie steamship Ceo: Xarnu made The pictures were accordingly ,removed, W Orders to remove all the troops the President disapproves Mr. Stewart's Two Fessendens make one Spinner' : )

the ran from flew YOlk to Savannah Jast The Fair was for the benefit of the M. E. from Georgia are on their} way from 1 universal[ mnesty-univwial suffrage Two Two Chases Spinners make make one one JIIt Chase '_ $ ..(
;- llLon. ,
week in 58 hours, I.
Church. Washington. esolulions "
I r Five Chases make one Madison. .+' v ..



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Memphis, Tenn., and Norfolk, Va., of
NEW YORK MARKETS.NEW which much has been said and .
Rn so much SHALL
YORK. March 20.[) -Sales of cot. SAW MILLS, artIST MILLS,
expected now in practical operation
ton to-dny 1,000 bales at 41c. Freights ,
declining;, quoted on cotton at5-10i3-8d. and is beginning; to transport a very large TALLAHASSEE G.W. & A. M. SCOTT & co. Worn! 1VorkIngDlsichilnery

Gold 1218.TORONTO amount hf eight and In very quick lime SAWS, BELTING, &0. &o.

March 29.[) -Oiden have been The Petersburg (Va.) Express states that -
issued to muster nut all (the sui'plus \rolutiteot week DE REPRESENTED ''tE: respectfully Inform our friend Unit'" we WOOD & MANN'S'CELEBRATE
before last an entire train of
cars f V lire now receiving
which t
s over 10,000, number will )

be kept as a standing army of obseivatijn. loaded with cotton was conveyed from -,.....
Gtiflin, Georgia, to Norfolk, and from A LARGE STOCK OE Portable Steam Engfrid s l

thence shipped to New York. While In pOl'IES of Thnrdnj's "PKNTINEIV':: will IroJ
ALLEGED SECRET TREATY OF \ sent Into utmost o\ory Town and City In tho
NAPOLEON AND MAXIMILIAN. trannlu, the train was delayed an entire Sonlh. To meet a sudden and large Increase In nurlub.orlptlnllll.t
day on the Sonthside railroad, near Farm, ,and to renal tho many friends of SPRIiillSIlliCOODS ,
NEW YORK, March 29.-Information Captain J. R. OUVKR (who becomes nssochitcd
has been received of a secret convention ville, in consequence of the destruction with us on that day,) we will Issue more than fire
ttmet our,,,,circulation. A bettor opportunitywill
between Napoleon and, Maximilian of the bridge over Buffalo creek. Notwithstanding .
concluded not soon be offered Agnin to haw' ndvertlseinnnts Y (0
at the' city of Mexico, on the 29th this detention, the cotton rlroulatod all over the South-to say nothing !
Sept. 1805, deflnlnff! the and positionof : of the prldo Talhha.leoRnllnrgbt feel I to have
pay was landed in New York within eight : representation abrond. -
the French agents! in Mexico for live Advertisers will please hand (In their divot. by At the old 1 stand In Tallahaso", where we are
years from the above date. days from the time of leaving Grilfln. to.tllorrowVodno.d"y) noon. prepared to supply cunttfincrs with all kinds ol 4j I i

fhls Is remarkable expedition ; without I

FUNERAL OF SENATOR FOOTE. precedent we believe, In the South. G.A.J.1'J:> Fashionable Dress Goods ; -,
WASHISOTOJJ, March 29.-Both Housesof
Vocal and Instrumental
Congress attended the funeral of Senator
D Foote, which ,took place in the Su- :L_ The steamer "White Rose," which Grenadines and Organdies,

i,preme Chamber to-day. sunk a few weeks since with a load of CONCERTI

FROM NORTHERN MEXICO cotton, In Flint river, has been raised and MUSLINS AND PRINTS,

WASUIXQTOJ: March 29.-SnnFiancisi passed down to Apalachicola.COMMERCIAL..
c<> advices state that Juarez writes to LACE IUAN'rEI.s,

the J/exicnn Consul --- ---
i at that place, under --
.. > lato of the 23d, thst the Imperialist\ had COLLARS AND SETTS.BOOTS .
t II., 'evacuated Chihuahua/ and ---, and
i that the French had
concentrated their
!: liiu thp oldest, largest, and most com-
j.foOJ1Oeil at Durango 1\ GRAND Concert of Vocal and Instrumonta <'11' works In thu couutt), unufiii/J In [nun>
Tallahnssce Market. A
Muslim Rill bo given R Bi l iifiatnrltir 1'urliiblo Knglnin: Our'Lii'inv are,
NEQ'RO CELEBRATIONS.vWA SBJTIXII. Omen, > "b> experte| ," now runcmk'd to tic Ida hiwtnppitmtitH -
TALLAHISSIIB, lo'la., April 3, 1806. ]SCOTTOII. AT THE CAPITOL of Miu dcscrlpttuti ever prui uuttxl to tho
\ .,"oN, March 30.-TheGoveint public
On Tuewduv Evening,April 3, 180(1I5y '
t merit authorities have taken measures to The sales I since Friday have been 6 bale,at a AND SHOES Adapted to Every Purpose Where
by the jjegroeff: of Richmond on the pub. Mlddllnir............ .... ................30 a IN'rformori'. The Bplomlld Unnd of 'ho Vtli U 8.Itegulnrs Power is Required!
lic celebration! of the 3d April. Ordinary................................27 nOBNBniL Under the nblo Ic.iilorahlp of 1IAT9 Ain GAP, Mi'diutn sizes coiiHUinlly un hnnd, or furnUliudon
short nnik'cIVnerlptlta .
JlUK&'!'. HERR WIEGAND Olrculam' ,with price list, lent on
GOOD AND UHEXFECTED NEWS Corrected by Alexander Qallte, Grocer. CLOTHING upplleiulon.

4 FROM NHW JERSEY. Flour, per bbl.....................{12 00 .18 00 And nn Orohentri of Ptrmirod In.lrumnn'"l' will COMSTOCK .t KINSEY
Bnckwhiut, per bbl............... 14 00 a It 00 also contribute some of their exquisite pprfurm 1H Hiy street, ."'Rllllllb, Ceorgia.March .
WAHBtJtarojr, March 80.-8el'l'ralre. Hominy per bushel.............. 125n 160 once to the nntertuininont.Un :17, ISim, 6in
ports (room Trenton i t'tale that Mr. Scoel Corn Meal......................... 1 25 n 1 60 this occiwlon will bo introduced for the! first XJ.An.J: : :>'QV".An..E, -- 'I
% l're sklentoftlie New' Jersey Senate, While Sugar...................... 28 a 83 time In this country tho novel and highly pleasing
voted \vith the resolution) Brown........................... 18 a 20Cottie Instrument culled tho CROCKERY
< Democrats on a .............................".I. 87 a 40
for $joint meeting of ll/e, two houses to Fresh Beef........................ 12 a 16 Cither Ancient Table Harp.
.............. or ANOTHER CARGO
lect.aiaj.. S. Senator tit place of Mr. Chickens, per pair 40 ft 60 Agricultural Iiuilcitieiitsr)
Stockton, recently ruled out :Mr Sco tikre, perdozen. 20ft 26 A portion of tho proceeds to be applied to the
Butler, per pound................ 60ft 76 charities of this
,eel, \\ho holds the balance of power, hal Uho.."............................ 40s 60 Admission $1 :county.Children undo 12, half price. &c. &c. &c. tic.
anmjnjiiced himself ia favor of the YlesiodenVa Sweet Potutoeii, per bushel....... 60 a 76 Reserved Beats In front(numbered) $1 23, tickets
!policy of "lecoiistuictlnu.! Irish I'otn'oea, per burrcl.......... 600ft 700 for .Dleh must be scoured in nittanrr, and' maybe ARRIVED 1 1
Onions, per barrel................ 6 00 a 700 hud hv Monday,2d April,at Mr McJDougnld's AT THE
NEW YORK MAUKEVS"NIJW Mackerel, per kit................. 3 00 a 4 00 Bookstoro.
l.nrdpor pound.................. 20 a 26 Doors nt 7 Concert to commence at
1'41" ndrancing teuJeiicy. Sales loaayS.OOOiLalis : Whiskey, per gallon.............. 4 00 a 8 00 quarter Hhould the weather bo unfavorable,tho Concertwill
at 41 to 42c. Hides, diy........................ 08 a 10 take place on the following ovonlnif.K3 I
Gold,,128. !Hides, green....................... 04 a 06 : Further! parllinlara In llnndbllls
G. F. D VKSE, Having established n branch of our houm In
-. ---- mh31-2t Pianist ana Dlrcotor. New Yolk, wo are prepared' to furuluh Goods of
DEATH OF SENATOR FOOT. all kinds, In any quaintly, on the shortest notltu

WASIIJAOIO.V, !Iarh 28.-Hon. o.'o. YtlV dmti ut OIRCtTJL.A.IlSlBILL und the most uJ\untngcous terms. McKIBBIN & ALLEN, !

'.- i nion t'.Mii. U. S.:! Senator fiom the State: 1
'of Vet muut, died in this city this inoniJATJEH I.
)fug. CARDS 1


Hodgkiss Scott & Co.
Sic. &0. &0. ,

Tnllnhnssor,March 24 1806. ,
I'A'NY.NBW / Having received' a splendid aisortmont of

YORK, Match 27.-The Meauihhip The Finest Inks and Paper
C'linia has aimed here with Lheipuol advices NEW GOODS !
to llie.lSlh inst.
OLD STAND, This Office prepared to execute LARGE: INVOICE OFHARDWARE

sales-of cotton in Liverpool for the EVERY KIND OF PRINTINGKNOWN

week amounted to 00,000 bales, including]

33,000 to -aj>ociilaioib and eXplll'lers.-| 181 :BAY STREET, TO TUB ART PRATORIUS & CLARK

'The maikct had advnneed a penny, and ,

closed buoyant. Sales of Saturday, 20- -

000 balers;; Middlng Uplands quoted at
, Pive-tiwuties, 72 8a72 3-8 aBO BBS A SPLENDID LOT Of

.. -The noted Geo N. S.mdet has
1 in the London Bankruptcy Court,

f \wht'rehe was described as "formeily of PRINTED TO ORDER I

.Kl'lItucky.t.heu of New York, then lodging
at the Trafalgar! Hotel, Chai'ing Cross; Commission Merchants ron omouBB AND OTOBRS ir DaSIRBD.Dil'ect WE are now receiving a fine assortment of LIQUORS,
'then of Richmond, America; then of Weytinouth -

street, Poitland place; then of LINEN GOODS 1Wo. I
Denbigh street, Pimheo ; then of Paris, Trade with Europe! ,-
: then traveling through EU )land and Ireland SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.. and Goods cfeo. e*>o. dso.C ,
Clothing !
then of Canada, then of Langham SOUTHERN t

4\ Place Hotel, and late of Grafton place, Von.latlngln part,of tho following :

I Fitzroy bQ.ual'6. DOW i prisoner for debt ; 8 1800. tf March 1, 1865
April Fine niack, Blue and Drown Broadcloths; ..
s ,.contractor with the Confederate EXPORT AND ISIPOftTc7p
govern. Tllaok Doeskin, Fancy Spring Cuaulmeres;
. :ment.tif America for the building and Illuo KlannulB Black Drup d'Eto; }
running of Iron lll\tffllJOstaJ vessels" Black and Colored Italian Cloths;
( White Colored and Fancy Linen )Ducks SAVANNAH Ij
II The debt amounts in the aggregate to NEUFVILLE, BUTLER, & 00. MPANY.IN7 White, Colored and Fancy Linen Drillings;
.10,323. The bankrupt attributes his Black and Drown Silk Mixed Coatings;
I failure to "dib3lpGwtmeut iu the addition to thflr Agents already there,tbo Fancy and White Marseilles l;
i execution : gocoieaoBS TO w. a. WILLUKS,) E>:porlnd Import Company will Black Bilk Velvet and Bilk ve.lIngoj'Vhlto. ; STEAM I BAKF }
of his contract with the Confederate send to JJurope: Mr. J. T. DKUNAI'D, who will Brown ana Buff Linen Shirts; RY
I States of America for the building and WHOLESALE AITD RETAIL go with dpocfal reference to this section, Linen and Paper Collars, Lisle Thread; ,
,tinning of iron plated postal vesieU. Cotton and Merino Half Hose;
Goods, Wares, &0. Fin Cotton and Quiue Merino Undershirt, '
I 67 69 AND 71 BAY
DEALERS IN' Fine Linen, Fine Jeans; srBJmT,
to freight/ a vessel fat 8t
i As It contemplated Cotton Flannel and Merlim Cndershlrta;
W DU.Q named King under arrest Marks, a rare opportunity U prMonted to Merchants Lisle Thlend, Berlin and Kid loves: SAVANNAH. I

;at Louisville, Ky., for theft, hw made \UM TIN WARE than New and York Planters wholesale of obtaining rice.. goods As tbe at Company lees. and Handkerchiefs Cravats; Dlack and Fancy bilk Tlei I A.MlDDLETON .' *

strange eonfeiiion that he, sad not Payne are able to make tuelr purchase direct Suspenders, Cashmere Ovoranlrts; -
from the Faotorloi, they are enabled to deliver ti
Also fine assortment
was the person who attempted the life of KITCHEN, PARLOR AND OFFICES'IGYBSf goods at reduced rates. Inasmuch; however as i c
orders of this klud should be Hind two month MEN YOUTHS AND BOYS' !
,Secretary Seward. Gen. ..elf. C. Davis, ahead, Merchants desiring! to lay In a cheap stock STE/ &
.who temporarily commands in that Department of Fall Goods, should send In their orders a. Spring and Summer Clothing lIS ; tofIaoPRIE
soon as practicable. attention will be given
bas taken measure to bare to the smallest order, h : ';'
mb27 tf oa: 4Jlisp
,(he.matter investigated.

3T Lieu tenant General Grant i II!abort. AND ALL By the tariff of 1805, Agricultural Machinery IU1CKY, BEATTIE & CO. WHO'L KIHDS

ly going-on.a .visit .to Europe Captain ,Is admitted free qf duty. Stationary and 1'orla- Biirrmo AND OIHIIUL BISCUIT, ORAD: CASES ,
Other Articles ble Engines used for Agricultural purpose come .'ERS ,
Amier, and old schoolmaster of the Gen under this class, and may be obtained 3D and 40 ,
,cheaper than those made North Commission Merchants Fresh Baked and
per cent ,
eral's an '&uw'()mf time ,iron clad MonUn, to tn Dried made

is to be Uauiforped to the man-of-war TESOUSEFURNISHING laborers and House Servants. AID riOTOBS II nXPRE6:

that Is to convey the niilitiry eblefuia! BUSINESS Special attention will be given to the procurement FLOUR GRAIN, PROVISIONS, COTTON, AND If r FOB
of Servants and Laborers, such Army Navy
across the Atlautic 4' only being PRODUCE
elected .as furnish testimonials good character. GENERALLY. Ing Ste&mtoatkv
145 Street
Broughton A. Mr. Bernard will leave early In May,It I. ')
tir' itis stated by the JJempLIs ANgus desirable that all order should be loft with him OO3 and SOS BAY STREET OEO1 .

Lobe the)determiait&Mi of the SAVANNAH before tbat time. SAVANNA, GEORGIA ICJJ :i &C. &0.
.Stockholders GEORGIA. ., For further particulars or for circular containing .."ct b: \
; to place Gen. Brntoa Bragg ,in .' .081 of European; articles, President to CONSTANTLY on band a large assortment of ;:- ...I 1>>'J, ...l
of the Mobile' 57 All order lyomptly flllad at the lowest H. ,F. FLOYD, bourbon and Wheat Wbuklee. 1
Presidency' ( and, Ohiottailroal market prleM. iua i Jacksonville,50 la. Wines, Brandies Olns, &0. J" lti.'t ".
; vict-. Jfon. Allltoa Browo,.. re. ; J. T. BERNARD, Agent, ff Cash AdvaULOimaduon oonnlKuments' of / .... "
Tallubmueo Fla. Produce MAOK',Biitiri*I'tilludelphia.. I ," / ; .
"' '". $ iiM'i'i/i-ilf' ::; Much :20, ISM. Ow W ,. .,1 .
oIuned.'C:: ) ,,' ,. ..41'1'11&,1801. ltq .. ".. March, 11, We. > r ,
r 1, .'r-, 'kn r ,i. D.-crdeu CaTelnlhTpeony
I'n't Up e1lreied
and IJ itn
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: t ;W;;' ili[ ''''1 --a SUoMiiiiff--f-;-'- -.' "-Occurrence.i 1 -... .. Pi;' '-H.' 'BEOKAW'STALLAHASSEE ;' I J' 'I'IIJly I McKIBBIN\' x &' ALLEN' PEN; &GEOKGIAJKAILEOAD,

i A corrphpomlenlot Columbia] Arkansas I : fi;:':;
Rends us mi Account of'a 'tragic nfl'nir A I...'...... ......II" ..

a which occurred nonr.tlmt place on the \ SIkLR _, "
ti 1.' iI .lr AgSI: ; ])H 28th of February.! We lirA not snlllclpiitly > ] CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
I 6cTbaiy't'$641l1i
.. .,' \ ; 1 "I.: : which led to the barbarous proceeding lo B'.t' nr.-rns. TALLAHASSEE, Jun. IB, 18C6. ,

TUESDAY APIUJj: 3, 16(10. state them with nccnrncy, but H seeim The ,Largest :and Ilandsonics and after Ibis lute tile i'ruinpuu .

\ that Major Ned Burns, formerly] a mem-, FLAT| the I'einiiiculii, onU Ueorgiu Kullroi.d will I
'--- her of Gen. John Morgan's command, find r \ r "' run dully us follows:

LOVE'S ,SUDDEN; GROWTH. a man of the most reckless courage, nnd ALSO = WAGON8, "ASSORTMENT OFDRY Is.1I\'c Qulney at.EASTWARD................... 4.30 Ai.M.'
t ( Col. Twyuian, also aa' ofllcer II 1 hf flie'Con-, I at TallalHuweo ul. .<>03xavu '
Bat[ jestermorn, with'innny h flower, ftdernte aims, had some personal Iii III. tGGIES: ,. 9 Jt D n 'Ari ve Tnllnhnseeerut---------------- 7.00 "

The giirden of my lirurf %v t;dress j cully bich i cliallrtige to- sets ( Arrive ut \Indleoirtit........-.IJ.WJ rJnvb 1
to' bloom according = Carriages and Harness : GOODSEVER 1 1"t"n! :!......-----. '
has Ie] the
,J A single tree sprung' ;AtWioBe matter to ruli!s.ea : ArrlvncrutliiM; City lit.ii-A...... 3.0'' 1'. M.
1 branches cast a tender gloom ta bJibhed.in". thei"codd of. honor,}' s'o'o'all-. '" WESTWARD. "
nlll\ the rest. ed.
That shadows .\. M.
LVavoLnko Cllynt\ ..8-30 ,(
1 The placer] elected for I the settlement of Tnllahnseee.NOV,9.lan5. t' OFFLRID,,FOjt SALE 1NJLOUIDA Arrive nt 111 lid 1.011 at.,2,20 I'1.71. ,
A jealous,an i a grant la-u, the dispute was Point Cliicpl: avHechidcdsj j Lonve Hudson nt.12-JO .
...........,. 4.30 II
That seeks lorefgn olone < ; -. ot upon time Mississippi 'Uitcr. The DRUGS DRUGS,! .! .rtiTlvonl/TiilliihniiBcoat.],i'iiveTnllnhi" <'ettt..u._....;..-,- B- ". <. .
wrmrrtnclo'clious sighs' v used bowie knives and the "
As' if the \ weapons were / Arrive nt ('Julncy nt ... O.M ,
The des and tfi'eiiiinshliia of tlHlskiVro !, duel was tiothiuff more nor less Uian'nav- ; ST. MApJiS ;TRAIN. | ,r

'\ : only pindo for one. l' age butchery. Major Burns was wounded WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.'LARGEST Ooritfi: $.ting ,in ,part 01: Leave TiillnlinimrB at... 7.SO A., U,
,i\ ;I'1..A 'in the arum, and Col. Tippmautrucely.ell \ ; I Airl\8 Rt fct. Marks ut.-.- 0.6 "
: iof ; lliVco\ Wounds HIP wh\ibi\, 'al'e : :" Levi Bt. Mark nt.:1-.i..Al2.O0! N.Arrive i
tl'eo'n which the lTo- th' ants, body, t .Brown 'and 'ftlcaclK'd' Muslins, atTnllnhseeequr------------- J-'Ifi r, MDTtflliiiran /

Low murmur mystic things,* ".: thought to bo mortal. The latter was STOCK1' ... 4* hilts will !he'given, on' lira arrlvii. ,
\While hupe, thoM ,birds of other skiedTo ilso I'Jy.juJu'eJ] iu the face, his nose ', of Iho curs nt :Madlnoil .for ])liner, going I'rolii" I
1 dream themselves dinnl'low lcphcsAb' bring completely I severed; and one of his Jaconet amid coming the) way. I

-' ; .wherefore have they wines, 1 nycs bO injured as, greatly to impair, i it Ira the State of Georgia) > i ,'. nnd A Albany limo of end tlll.belween between' Momlcullo CJiilncy, Bainbridge and Thorn-' i I,

r\ i lot entirely destroy his sight TheOol, < Cambric, and'T : a.v.1.0. will cobnut with Ul'"11"0. r. .

The pelisonj nurse tlio blight nnd storm, inel's 8PCOI.!! was slightly! wounded by a .... X. llOtJ'RTOUN, :I
-- -- ; 1 rmlihvnl.
I Ian,16, 1860-If
thrust from \ Burns -ar--; '
nir -Major ,
The! glory'lcllv 8 the -_
i iEmporium'of
Swiss.:Muslins -r !
birds will ... ..,
., The dreams and pass away niii ICIMs Chemicals .
; The Jilosbom wither from the HI'I'OY- A gallant.ollicer'in Qn'c oY the Iowa tog' ',,DUtlGS.Muilluincs IVrruniorlcB., ., t I Varieties

One day-the stem bo bare- menlH, who never quailed before rebel bul- Trnasust tinrgloiil InBtiuinuntB' Dye. BtulTa[ \ \ : I1Canton:}: ; tla'uuVTlcklogs ',
lets, fell an easy victim to n pair of bright Flnvorliijt Solo Agent K.xirnctB for Jlulinbnld's, &o., 4.0. Extract of Bucliu .". ., I I I

But mine Imi grown the Dryad's life, ('}es, whose owner wore a beautiful npron, and tiurfliqinrillii' Ayur's, I'rupiu-ittionn, Juyne'B .
Coeval' with trio tree ; bearing the emblem of our country's flag, PrcpnmtiuiiH, UIIHK' Si. DOlulnllo BHU-rs and ,.,,. rr.t : ,- WILLIAM P. SLUSSER,
bloom the fall and who was waiting on the Iowa boys at Prc-piiratluuti, lloolltind'e German Bltlui' ,Clbck's
.The sun, the .frost, the Hair Itestorer'l'homp.ou'surd Plmlou's- IlulrPrepumtidiiBBiidTollut '
My fate,sweet true, must share them nil, i festival luu>ly given on their return home. ArtlcU'nWell's: Htroiit| >imilnif i- ; L'lkets s, I ; > : TALLAIFLA'SS'ET: ; : +1, ITI.A.

To live, .and die with thee Thin colonel ivUhing to ratio\ the lady's, uc- Plasters mid all other Talent Mu Jicliiv* bu- \
remarked I fore i :Uo trade 1n! liEd '
l'\IIinlan : Tojipfr
.. I Cloths arid
----7- !That's u pretty apron you wear, misi." ; '
A Falloii G'IlcI'al..II Ss (;lIal' "Yes," said the fair' maiden, ','this is my ALSO, : f

1 ;;-c<(l with Foi'Kcry[ aim ricesiliu. Orr g'" Cassimcres

Country. "I: have fought; many a hard battle under The most extensive, and ooinpci. .!'1.1"*' stock of .' PEALKH: IN

The ISurjh American Fire Insaranee iliat, ",11:(." rfjoineif the colonel ... .

Company notifies the public in Tho. Hartford ,. N'ot Hider'this" flag;, sir[ ,'" indignantlyexclniiriiid PAINTS, ,'English,' French and Domes 1

Times that Ui-n. II.I C. Ward is dismissed the beauty, us she swept away, Ladies' Dress Goods tic Goods
from their twice, und warns tho leaving lho"gallant son of Mars perfectly Oils, VarnlHlicB, French Zinc Colors, ,AitIntB' ,
arid 1'alntur'rt Maturlaln to bu found 'In ,. ,
him their account djmbl'oundt-'V. uny euotlon -
public Irom trusting on of the South:! and at price which ibao- ., I Plain F.incy: & Japanned Ware ,
The Tllnl:8ICfe\'lin to it. : !
? bays ----- I.UTELY DEFT OOMFKT1TION. renal Merinos
IJdlHjIUnry C. Ward: su well ,and faYbrlifclf A young cuplo.hlll1,: been i nlUl'ri.dbx a I III 't (,i" I I J .. ., I .
I Ui'iVn-'in this oltyIIh<1 Wliojhad, Quaker, nod slier the cermonj"-; he'remarked GLASS.. ST VE; EAD UAETE1S.I
won the esteem of all who knew him, has to the huohand : English.Merinos, 1 1 '

suddenly fallen. Four years since he on- :, "I'Vic-nd, thbu url now at 1 he.end of thy Every variety of thus, French and German : A largri and, Imndsome variety t of
listed UM a olittel: iu tht ruiiks! of tho Twen troubles A few weeks lifter, the, young I'lati-, Bt.ilnud Cut and Sky Light Glues sluglu
ty-filth !ricitatmVConn6cticut: Volunteers, man came lo the god! inipistur; boiling over and'.double thlcknueil. ., I : Alpacas, 1 COOKING STOVES
and! a few months tinco returned after with rage (his willwas a regular: vixen.) ,

four y nl's' servieo, holding! a Ueueral'suommiasrun. ',I (bought I you told me that ll.wasat. the' Pure French Brandies' .French and Combining .'.
'''A' '. 'English Poplins
It i IS Jut; ll f fete days back l-nd'of my'i'roul.K-sf"1 I' l.i,
that his name appeai'id ono of iho dis- "So I did, friend, but 1 did not say which SHEET ]ROX .
: ,
tingui.-lii-d sjldicrs who have been eonfirin-, end.." I ')Wines and ,Whiskies, Poi do Ch.eevers, \ '

ed by the Senate in mho runic of Brevet AIR-TIGHT
I ,
Brigadier General q : inittce GES..on C'tisTEn's Reconstruction'l'F.8TmOSYTh0'001'havo J PCio.rteI'he For Modlc'nal purponeo; and a large supply; of !Plain i and P ancy I .' ; '
f JA47'h I ft\I'O'! 1u1rvi1" ..hl'jn''\ in other Liquids gunurul use. s.-
P December list recoiniiR'iidiid,'hh to the insurance \ testimony of Gen. Cnsler, who slates '"-' ,fur. .. 1. ,T ,, '. : *: : i; lk.ii'HVooi' ;; .TIOX, \-D. ,. 'r
that], be has traveled all over,Texas, and : y .\
agent company lie was for so appointment appointed, and as a the general compaiiyviWcoii"ratulu found the mass of the; people I exceedinglybitter Bruclj, .Foucher &: Co.'sOHA PAnLon90KX} I' S1 (b\T'8# ;

; <'d ,on/lhe-rtue ess of. ngaiu.st the Government\ more. so \ZPAdJ ES. .Del All!l liimnird In rind ; '
a remit datable
boSr3 : 'a than five or si!< mOllths Itgl. He men I ?, Jles : nuin-'
their ih becifr>nglA proVntsitij: rep -. -A.i.: < Jil.i:. 2 L l tier' They crin .bf> hil'lell"!
,lion! amqng; other facets, that the} 'r'amttjPCigi [ : UA.iri .J.j. ] ] nny' |psrI| < f't
resenlative. A few weeks ninco ho was Solo:! ARonts of the only Irno Imporrod Brandsin 111"1'11111111'.1'> wilhl'Plf"CI'Rf.I\, S'JOV h i'
:American :
l have! .diirtng a few m ntbsfpasj, the D'Or and Delaines
married to one of our inlercslinj and estimable country, viz: Carje VOfMO ,
PII'J::; and KLDdWS(
Iron the murder of : cnin.lni.lly (oIIII/iIHI.
found indict
500 all 'Conuolsseurs ,
utents '!
( by
Bllury pronounce superior "' "
: / liidiori. OiHlio.'SGtli nit. he T ,0 /! ft. I'JFancylSilks
yo'u-'iV ,
,: (Jul.l"ol'IOlkl'ill Kunlliig! Gnttei-
Union and but not one of the to any heretofore In uue.I ,
men +
]left with his young wife for tho West on guilty parties has others teen, contacted ; .. :; '., ." .... .. ing down Pipes, Oiiii.iiKiilal IIHUM

a business tour for the company, and while I Special Agont for tho American; Vlntnjro! Company Ild.dx, Sheet Zinc, Sl.ept Liafl. '

.,..ijt. tlie J'\Ve4Jo J1uli.IJ, ,", qeveljnj.\ Ohio, PROFITABLE PJIILAXTHUOPY. perceive and bratidn n liiruii con ulook ll1utl)of. on tholr bUI>'
wa fa rrestsil Jut Jllleju'dl"rHcry/epiiin iy ed that Miss 01.11'1PIU.toll" 1)\ captouLh ", : on short imtiee.OOPKN .

in 1301. He was nn-eated the instigation i last year nil sp$nt sonja.'waeKs in 'My:Id I it 1 .i.\" ,ot>1JI'I'iu.WIth...'Man4facturer4 ""''V"in.1cr: : 3'iztw1AT1
oI'Mr. James Horner Minnesota! Importers of thu A7urlhnn3 I'll'Europe, wnr- ; ;
l Kikin5' after th'e graves of jt'jjdei sold mid ( N o1; .oa'J.s: .
who filed an atlilllI'i .se.tlillg !) I iho !fullow/! ,rant mo In not only, IlIlImr.tm'lug tho absolute
Ford diets Anderson ville has rccefve'd hit '
i lit L'urlty mind Oennhlontus' of'my I'ntlro Block but A
ingstatoVnents/! or nuunt the first day ;appropriation' of the modest little sum of also amiable me'to soil any of thu above nieuliutiwl LVl1'It1CTSi .) \\ WARE,

of September, 1S6I a man giving his, name fifteen Thousanddollars, by Congress, ( llnefl of troodd at first abet prlcoH'-in some i WILLOW WAItE ,,II
as William A. Lecroix, pretienud a check for her Iroulole and disinterested humanity. ,lIu !'everrlcda th'un trannportatlnnrj TOYS;

for pnypientat the cottntiiigj-oorii N.o.dlubt' !ft\ i siClararwonld, tike I to : An examination of niy prices will BOAtaln these : Clothl i 'Trtil! : IIRISTMASPKESENTS':
Ttrr")Ja.& Doau'pra, fcu-Pup! ilinn. It lake! frill more liips' liT Georgia on1 the j Btutumoutd lu every par cutar. Casslnlces; Or every clpsciniiiiii) nn band), ('nl.l air'

was signed by B. V. Pratt, Dud dated St. same. terms.Macau Telegraph. examine before 1 puiC'liabiiip; elseuliei'e.Nov. ) '

Peter, Minn September 1, 1861. The (- ; > .; ''i'; ,. > r'j : } I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. i I; -IN GREAT VABIETV> 7,18115-fat '
check, called for $550 in gold, which "TUB fce: hi (idge over Hie, Niagara-: river : /, ; i ; ; -
\ A I '' + .' ') : .' at the foot of the Auierica'a i'allu still, r'\- W. M WALSH IIATS'AND, C4PSt:4 .t*: ,' i Hodgkiss Scott & Co
Q. "jii: aff"fwd1 f( i'S9ove' t'6! to" Dea for. mains iniact, and is crossed daily by hundreds r ,f I ,,
1')11(1 q f1 ,ffl'jrts fo nicerl': iii! lliewheronbiuls [ of people at the point known AS "the '. l. '
of LcCroix proved ii unavailing[ river' between S. K.Cor. Ilnmurd& Itrouglilon Sts, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ferry The ice Iu the the BOOTS AND SHOE:: ,,
Mr. Horner, however, recognized in Gen. .
Falls and Suspension Bridge could be i SAVAIVXAIf GEO. : NO.24 OLD SLIP.'NEW YORK.
Ward, the forger, and entered proceedings measured by ihe-million cords, and i it is IIAfD\VAIiF ,

against him us blatvd. Confident washis estimated that the river will not be clear fob 6,1800ttSaddle '_ Thns.ButtIm II.ore Uudi'klHB, lute ofHumbulton Brolliul'H,'-

friends tha'iTIt wui|a CaMe of mistaken before the middle of May.. ., ; I G. Wlcott:! ,of!lrni of O. MScott & Co., 1'1111.
biiilwas giver 1 hC- of .. '. =H": ""j'1( H "
identity, ) um $1,500 a---: Harness and CarriageESTABLISHMENT / 1itLOCKER1 I "0'PO. ..
and he returned to this city with the D. |l1. l'ooleof firm of I'oolo.i: Babbitt, Bain- '
pro c::? The Cincinnati Corarnercjal Bays : bl Idgo, OnV. .
posed !intention of returning to Cleveland I "Andrew Johnson -Is snot :'a iLor-no 1 "' \ 'O. of "I"
Tin V are & &c. route firm of 0. W. Scott 4 Co., T..I.l..
\\Wuisday JnL.ltVil l :.J.((WLies lo die more is.Charlea] Sumner." It is very certain t 0., lalmeaue, Flu '
.AI. :<.. {,. J. ,' ,, : '. '
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provethe charge. Ho ]left here on Monday i ; 'that |If Cbarlea Suiunei1 lived la' Geor f (have.1 list received u large auortmnnt -

morning last for the alleged purpose of returning gia, and talked as he now d\esl\ he would I of Goods,oonsltiUi.g of 1 Special ottenllon'given to the Bale of all llIds' of'. '

to Cleveland] in company with a not only be denounced. as a. traitor, but ; I, ,
member of the house of SpofT'irdJ; 'Tileston; arrested. as a, raitor. :I (iofttlenSen'f] and Ladles' Saddles 1 ,' T-J jb'Ino c.-R.Oqen.XES: SOUTHERN PRODUCE,

-.... & Co., New.Yorli! with whom ha ..clai.uii.dtohaveieeij _.. ........:..-...: Bridlusi Doubld Collars and and Single'Vhlps Ilrtraessl, ,r- and to the purchase rind Hhijiment of ,

.asspciak4 loft several years 1 A GENTLEMAN in Washington has sued S.-' dle Cloths, .. u t FLOUR,
prior to jits wliitnicdli'jrk' :, the;.Twenty-fifth ,Major general Terry, conimaiiding inltichmond'for "Shoe Findings of every description Household and (I'laNtation Goods,
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Leather of all kinds--I, > : n
regiment. He alleged to his friends he trespasses and Injury committed Travelling Satchels and Trunk > ; .C.) zt f ITGAf rjrl"ur. .'aittri t ,j d I Wares, Implements)

fJ" huuld prov. that \ltd was jn; rLivsrpoolaa against himself and family while Saddle and Ilarnoaa IIurdwarO, IL

W, '(1 ':tc correaWndpiitlof that ,house at .the ;'sojourning last summer.. on the eastern Carriaife WIIIOIilld Trimmings Buggy I'ttb.' i,, .( MACHINERY & 0. :!;

tae of the fcrgory, and thus prove art alibi. coast .Virginia! t Buggy Shafts, Spokes:! and Kims, i TOBACCO &c. &c.i ;
lit, he has failed to at Cleveland .. Axles and d VIA :I' 111""t H
appear -I--,1- l.----IT Buggy Spring: i L : r 11. J
.0 he time< ,ttl She house of Spotford Tileston *iL Co., auditory as, f llowsi; ('Ile' not proqd CARRIAGES AND :BVQGJES: Shot? ? and percussion! :Melmn Currier & Co., New York.

of said! never r knew \hiraH* ;has for. that our blessed Lord paid your sex the Caps. J. I., Moore\ Griffin, Oa.Br .
/: fchl his bonds deceived his frlen'ds; of every description, ... >Hnt Groom Montgomery) Alai;
and distinguished honor'-of' appearing first to a Machine Bolting.. t.! .. .f .t{> ,;:t\-- ;t.:1: M]" 1 A B nd, Macon, Ga. .,
sad,I' than all else] has crushed a young female after, the pesurrti tiorl, ,fort, / was I Work-made to order and HipMring done with K. Bond, Macon; GR, *
beaten recently confided to his[ care and only done that the glad tidings, might bo dlBTiatoh- i i. Jill. Oi Wbltfield.Demnpollg, Ala: .oJ .
a Te\lon"' She will have the sincere spread the soooec.1A 'AtOn"! for Wheilor & Wflwm.'. and Howe's Wine' '&. Wm. UaUy. }'resldeut State:' Bunk ef Flqrlda,.
sym SEWING lUA.CIUNES. T.lqtibrs ........ I ", ..
O'\, 1.patb f this. eOl nitY.i'lzfnh ; .J.I. J. E. PtJRDY". pi;jf J!:. Dllmbclton, rrel. Mil, fire In Corn '
!! i i i I.- | Itro t' Bpeculafor fell l in'church 'Tallahassee Cot. 29-.trI T i r z'rbcP.! ; Dllilimore.Dol .
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.ming il1N. C.) Dispatch says that II gen- reading : 'surely there is a vein for the .. '

,Human [lag about ten pmik' from that city silver, and a place for the gold where they .- vernt'. GALLIK.: < ')( Attachment.- NOTICE-
eontrrtdtaetyear! with forty-two negroes findJprnptugtotiisteeth@epooi'his/ VALENTINE M.JOHNSON(, S CONS); 'f.I Ij'Pl' OF TIIIRTY, DAYS after the first publication ot

that 'hey uld have' are] us-BjoflilSifarm book at the minister; c'ryliig I '"Til Uke five Amount, sworn to$18 871,. a-v. ", 1, will sp'tlv to,tlp nnrao
I' ,I HttfJfJjsdi.dBna twenty es, iuclud- hundred shires I1'*'' "' rpHE! defendant and all others Interested art WII1SEN4I: :! DYpINiCIM111{ Bnii8on, Judge of Probate of Madison ,
all JL. hereby notlilud of the oorarnencemunt c-f the > ouiilyjFlnrlda for order to.f''l| the one.b
ing pool; and implal/ provided .'. ( PAGN bm SIIEnlty' "terr'SMh//1lale.'f ,John W def,
CII\\ i ** i above suit, and to appear before me In the city of AND Ilollm men
1 'hey.wouWirehim one-third of the pro I (J (LUG JNi>i!ibsluaN'rut 1 tlf Asa lTTs '1'allahnlsooL Leon county. Florida, on the second j CLARET AYJflEft following Town Loti In the town of
uolll. His s are ha. .bean- ascertained! to =At the opening of the Superior Court in Monday In Juno, 1866, and plead to the asmp, or I COCK- Madison: Site and county (1I0rpllfld, vi.:. Loti"
: will bit given by.d..fllnlL-J '-'C : j. TAIL AND STOMACH 73,74,77, 78, In :! II; Lots 86, 8a, In .
bQ four')ushflh& !nd"t'hr'ee' pecks of corn Boston on the P.'ihj: tlie'Grarid Jury return Judgment FISHER- ]2stot.l23,12<,8rJl011 8, 1:9, In Section 'ef"on '
O. II.
two hundred and or eJ 'tw ti\1ndrIl4 llldWu1'igdicfpleQteagainst :; : ,I 1 I :J 11' n I'1d : I 8 feet In wldtl1.on' the
eeventy-fiv popmls\[ I : \ [ \ Jasto6 of Uio Peace.- I II .. ,: i i Perth tide of tot iaa ta, i I.

!:> ./odder and, l}+ rtypO' f Of rteei Tonr- roasting parties"' ;,for-,vlolatjqu| ,of"I, the liquor I ,February""H''', 1868.' ., febn-ow8m. .. IVThe merchants of Florida are re- Section j**.* A. T, nOLLE1'MAN, ,

:\ears'j>, ji)k-rjuarKot-tomatoes.v .*.? .]Uh- 1 law.'.l'l : Ut'l"' '...* >>i l )<.: ij-'i' ; I i-- : I NOTICE.S' '.:. ... Before Bpectfull/.reqti98t deciding to ed purchase W esaroinetotit In New; York stock. Mash.Adm'r 6. 866 Estate, of J.lY.r.I1ollo 'lIlnll,laW-41V pec'd.

A lady who' 4ra4ea) [ of His t4iVip gWII'i4; a( decree jijii with IX MONTHS after the firstpublicationoftfili.uoUobj +i "
the extensive costs against the co-reapondent. I. will present ray AooounUaixdyoucher "FttiXPl&MP\ $' .;Hlp.oJIt.ri V XV NOTiOEJ' ;
manufacture of odorrWter.. v. ien |how far a t.h>i .. > < [ ''' 'i..:. ,! ',"a.uAdminfatrator' of thai estate; of pric s, Thereby savirig them time and I
carrlagelftvuD: said she wish" COli' Color bf the\ : 'Redden: W. Parpamorelate of Madison 'relg1mt, .. ... nvEEkafler'dat' )'th'e I
would invent soimte Feiilaih, gq'Eb( Caha'Ji borV :Florida deceased, to the Honorable Judge ofL'robataef ; ., ., IA .. SIX llldJrllirned will/lI
to neciioufguuus tell bow fur husbands had an hstrnment aer-rinviaible.reeo.:, .. ''.,'/: ,,; > ; M adi on.county; Florida! and apply ISTPoitttvely no good told at retails,:( ty, for Wen totheJad of dml lllratlon sofl'robatoofLeuneopn.I, | "it
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bee. toni
in time| ( : J Ki iiiiii'r, .'. I )uMemphis for* legal discharge from further administration Ibe'X.talect > non, 011 '
-II wise, when they just step down v, the. T nn., has put up 5000 "I ''upoaaald eelale. t ". ,14\ llcKibbin & Allen county. I deceued dames u ker'nt. \ate said"' 1 f
ru .11 ..
,.. 'I'. .1.to't'S SI .11'10.u'l in a year. March C, ISM. Uwim DM. 6,, 1865-W TaUalIu., ., larch la.1i66 EDLOND1ii 6ws't \
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