The Florida sentinel

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The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title:
Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Creation Date:
January 27, 1866
Publication Date:
Triweekly[ -1866]
Weekly[ FORMER <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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).

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and the wine growers, from! whom that road 1, rushing to the fight, i' Army. Loss'of tho Brig Neva...Foul

IS PUBLISHED: EVERTTuslayTiNr3.1ayuilSitiinlay they purchase the g'apes or raw wine hundreds to meet thousands: -one The report of Surgeon General I Play Fstabli hed.

from which champagne is! inanufacturnd day, nt 1'ocotaligo, the next at James Barnes gives the medical history of The steamer Helen Getty brought

: ; are already: pressing them for Island-but, at length, the fiat had the late war The slll'giC'arl'polt\ the second mate of the brig Neva,

\ At 'II'nllah\l'l1ii14', (,'):1. a settlement I the I usual custom being j I i, gone forth, the road could no longer exhibits that over 87,000 cases of which was recently lost off St.: John's
to give them a year's' credit. i I I: bo held.! Sherman, with his hordes, wounds and' 17,000 surgical bar, Florida, front the latter place to

'IT. It.US: Another effect of the seizures in I I I i I a hundred thousand strong:; was fast tions have: been recorded up to HL'p.1 Jacksonville, where he was arrestedon
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.. New York and San Francisco 1ms humming in Charleston, and tle'> city suspicion of being concerned in .
FSic dollars i)f'r Amsniii: : Four been almost to bring the wine ex- I'and country, so long and bravely registr'a'tion!; I the murder of Captain Talbot, who
It'illir* for Sic: nioutlis in .
business tar as the United held mii.,t bo given commanded the :ftcva
Ativ"stacr. Single Ol.ic"l 10 polling so up. Happy plete. The number of wounds received at the time of
OIKS.zs; Stat'si is concerned, to a btandst.ilI. homes were then left with aching cannot practically now be determined her disaster, the mutilated body of
[It is mentioned! that, whereas, in ordinary hearts, the dwellers therein going out with accuracy, though data the Captain having been found on
11 \' or ,tDs'ct3 'ISI: G,1 times, the annual quantity 01' homeless refugees. Somo to find. for .1 new approximate estimate is ac Monday List on the beach about

1 1) bet }):till For in Al VIlI1.('r'. I champagne wine shipped to the United friends and( sympathy, others cold cessible.In twelve miles to the southward of St.

OHM,, Bqiitin: *, -\"nphr"lIlinr..,) or Ion, far tlioflr States amounted to two millions ness and biting want. our late war the monthly reports John's barhavingbyen' washed ashore.An .
'.llnKi>riltin.........._........ ...... <1 00 I five hundred, thousand bottles ; that from a little more than half; of examination of the body revealed
r .1:'ich piihtM qmnt liiHiM'tlim, ....00......... 73.j'.1116 from April, 1804, to the samo monthin GES. HERCEII-llow His PKOP- the regiments! in the field give for the. several severe gashes. The body of
: : iitul NIIII,,'. to lie
m lie in Legal IrI1I.lo',1, n.lvarHM'nipntn chuvyidthe this year, not more than; a thousand : : EHTY WAS l'o\FlSCATgJ-The Now year ending June 30,1 8G2, an aggregate I the pilot of the ill-fated! Xeva was
baskets were shipped.Corn.iiif.vuluiii'u also found at the time and
except N'rtteo! of Dlxinl'itlon. HA Admin. York correspondent of the Baltitnol'uEI'enillg' of 17,491gunshot wounds. The : samo
U'ritor, fo'wliloh the: ch-iritu: shill) be_. 21 00 ---.- -.---- reports f'Om'IItho! [' more than three- placo with marks of vio'cnco about
l l'otu" try Xn.luit.l Trlbuie eft. Ueitpei't ( uf the Xcw York Nt'W) Transcript" furnii-hes an interesting fourths of the regiments for thc year the head. The remains of the Cap

I\hu't"'il AA ftiUvrtlfUUnuritfl.THE. A Picture from tits South! paragraph relative to the ending June :30, 1803, give a total of tain were buried in Jacksonville, and

------- On the Line ot'l'aitl'oll.llcn.lin; from confiscation of the property of Gen 63,974! gunshot! wounds'! The battle those! of the pilot near fort Mills.-

GENT3NELIt Charleston to Savannah, and sot i e. II. \\". Mercer, now on trial in Savannah field lists wounded for the years 1804 The body of lady passenger was ,

thin" ""')' p-ipnr In, Florida that l< pn'iUdiedtlirce ) twenty miles from the first named: : and.I '05 include over 114,000 names. subsequently found along the same
Him** n w"\lk. unM tlimfoittll'imln:J HH null- place, the eye of the traveler, wearied But those returns: are to be completed beach.
t.erP",-,'. tits roiuileil n"f" nlitalnlm. the Intent by the monotonous scenery, the ev- In 18fi3, a gentleman;} named Benjamin by collating with them the reports of The bodies of these three individ-

ii.-wit by .toli'trr-xph nnil m-il.A, nod full rapnrlpufthi ci'la -ting! pine forest and unsightly : F, Miulgctt informed' Mr.: 0.Dolufield general hospitals! where many wounded awls are all that have been recoveredthus
:...w Vorlc and SiiiUliuru Mnrkpts. I Smith, the 'Uni'ed Stateslliotl'ict far the second
station, houses! nstcdwilh satisfaction wero received, whoso names the mate and two
It the will' r.'tinLaars.aim iIVi!; fill I)The repor Spiitiiifl, s of tho fiiruliittrd proceadtncsof i to upon a Southern planter's home attorney in this city, that the recorders of field hospitals! or regimental i- I seaman taking the small boat and

Hu'itCM-HjuM ut th" In vest llvliut rill".. stead.: Tho white fence of delicate: Confederate Gen. Hugh \V. Mercer! medical officers failed to obtain escaping from the wreck. Every
tracery, inclosing but not concealingthe owned 0'2' shares of the stock of the a id by adding those killed in other soul on board was lost.
picture within, the iiiajeitio oaks I'.innesota't Mi'iiiig( Company, besides battle.In The hole affair thus far is shrouded -
JOB PRINTING. whose interlacing boughs:; formed the some :ij;>!),000 of dividends due upon comparing the numbers of caves in a fearful cloud, but we'trust: no
I-I c(>"'",;-!I",, with thin Sctnilm!, u\' buveVmijurl tho stock. In accordance with the effort will be to unveil this
the house of for spared
, archway to picturesque< some important injury, as. example
r ant "" \tt [ ii'w-irinicut nt' IIPW| .lohMnuMilcrli :
!, and irc jirt'jMTt'rt< 10 cxi'C'Ho'i>ry d"- with its! white CIIUIOI1anll green! act of Congress of 1802:?, the property gunshot fractures of the femur, I mystery, so that the gallows mar
nriMlii; i d' Hjulrtfi. .\1.' ., on littiul! u tine iiriwirtMUMit' of idu when brown and grey were everywhere shal. The law; in such cases dyes army there were 459 such injuries, diabolical deed.It .
1 ,skit flip In ..1m' Orders, l.y 'it..r) the one-half: and<1 the in- \ is that during
i rl'itliicc: : else the, only tints to be government and in the English army 193! : while generally supposed
vXtViwill[ r.'Of'vu prompt ntlo"tI, ,,,". Oiirjirtfi4 ,\. seen. The tall m.ignolias standinglike furnir the other half! but it has: just over 5,000 !such cases has been reported tho confusion: incident to tho
arc n>* I'IMMH thin present Iilirli runt of Htwk ( now leaked! out the district! attorney of the Neva the murders
in tti'fhtlfl' 11 Jir nod* tlvht2ill inlniU .,1'!, IIn.lllr6! sentinels. The evergreen hedges): ( to this office. Or if one of\ sinking !
.. ; in the sunshine. The l'efll'eIto enter judgment' the is selected for were committed.
"-!*iw tltu (Pert ; e.I nitre \vhjcitjruto; In ocher ever! glistening major: operations
tines of hush tins..ra smiling, peaceful: beauty of the whole I the joint benefit of Mudgctt; and the comparison, excision of the head ---- ---
:nuta+rnwrmramwaa'-m_ ._'nsvennvm./r..rn avtr.r.m I seemed charmed: and, elicited admiration government: unless! :Miidgott\ would! of the hu-nerus, the Crimean returns ENGLISH EXPENDITURES IN WAR

.\ 'imln3)::Jere 8( n'ali nto.irecent from evoiy passer by-the nvlo agree to employ! as his counsel one give 10 sixteen of these excisions; in -From 1803 to 1815, the whole

:accounts from Kheims, thoc'oninlcreitl and! rough! countryman: alike with (if the district attorney's employees, the Brstish, and 38 in the French army period of the war with Napoleon, the
i-apit'il! nt'tH'! ;;1'C'lt f.liampugiie the traveler ol fastidious! taste, and in I and pay over to him one-half of the but the registers: of this office[ expenditure Great Britian was : 1 .-
:: di-triot\ t of France, represents truth it was: a goodly: sight; and! a prouuiids duo. T8! ; Mudgett ut first contain: the detailed histories of 575 I 159,7!) ,0,250. The last four years
homestead refused, but finally: consented, fearing ((1812 to 1815 inclusive) cost 457i ,-
that the wealthy tiiHtuifiicnrivs, of pleasant happy : where foryencrltioIlSL such operations.! I
that beverage; :are in no amiable! tno.'d ,,.., : family had lived; 1 and tli'U ho would! 1 not get anything at I The surgical specimens of the Army ]i: 709,135, and the expenditures: in
!! three months in fiom the time
i.!1. Smith finished the I 1815,
toward( : the government of this conn- eii'iovisd their own "vine and fig( tree. : : up proceedings Medical Museum number 5,4SOJand ;
where they haso: long Tl'ie'dwclling\ was: seated in a 'garden: and, --old,l the SlU'Cothe: moietyof i not only in specimens of recent Napoleon was proclaimed an outlawin
,000, were handed injuries, but in illustrations of recuperative II .\1 ;arch, to the battle of Waterloo
in June rather less than] three
that: Olllt\ fifteen months ago I the I every side, and iu the balmy springtime over to the United; States gov- processes after injury, of morbid I (
ernment. tin( igett, however, hud months) was nearly r:!: 7,000,000.I
Custom House authorities in SanFranciso one exhaled\ there the very essence ; processes of the results of opera-
seized: seven hundred and of !llowers. From the lattice to wait some time for his money, and tions, and of surgical apparatus and I[' Brougham!; truly declared} that "Eng-

twenty-five baskets of K 'gene die verandah: at tIle back< upon which finally received $15.000: the remainder appliances, this institution is richer, hvid was bound over in eight hunI -

<|)tiot champaii'N': : ih!, invoiced at Bordeaux : clambered! the ye!low jasmi lit', woo 1 bi'ing kept by )lr. Smith, a* ton numerically: at least, than the medico- I drcd "millions sterling to I keep the

at t forty-the cents a hot tie, bine alllru.e, you stepped into the for his employee, who, as MudgcttSubsequently military: museums of Fiance or Great peace.
The fact stated
thu and terraced glll'Llul1'hel'e ascertained!, never did 13;ri tai n. was once officially
and] charged; consigners proprietors quaint, orangeamid
: one moment's work for the case.: in Parliament by Lord Pal lIerstun
with an attempt to, defraud cedar hedges 1'0..0 and! holly walks I
between 1820 and 1840 the
the government, by an tuldcr\ alma! led to a fish pond, with :a little evergreen To recover thc balancu: of the money SBDCCTTIOS AXD: MURDER OF A sum
iou of their merchandise.In I isle in its center, anllI hel'l.! due !him, Mudgctt has it stitu'ed! proceedings 11'E..D.\t'GIlTlm-8TATElIET. OK THE 'I of ;150,000,000;; (equivalentto seven

the trial! which cams: on before\ delicious trout! lid sport and furnish in against: the ('x.lJ nite,1, VICTIM.-The Richmond, Whig of hundred and fifty millions dollars)
the United. Slates District Court, j port to the skillful I angler.;: The :States district; : attorney. Tho latter, tho 7th gives the lollowing account I haul beer advanced! from Great Britain
in loans the States and He.I
p.J the I Government advocates produced very kitchen did not smell of roast: I understand: now is very anxious to of a shocking criminal alliance ending to -
!settle! the matter, and fears that thocase i publics of Spain and South America,
a Paris price-current showing the beef, though: many: substantial din- in murder : I
all of which had been lost
'ailleiues quoted at from ninety- nerhad, been cooked} therein. From : may: bo too much ventilatedfor : Some years ago a man named! John nearly by
three to one dollar and thirty centsper the size of its chimney one could bolieve his: own good. Hut it is time Lcitch, who! resides in Spottsylvania the faithlessness and insolvency of
; the Slates which received them.:
bottle, and, also exhibited! ( a let- 1 the tradition of the good old that the public should! know how the county, 8 miles from Fredericksbuig, :
ter writer IIthe house of Eugene days; when the fatted ox was roasted radical ofiico-Iiolders Ii nod their pockets married l widow who had(, among Such facts make us cease to wonder -

Clicquot, offering to sell his wine in whole.! But those were tho day" ol during the war, and this casa is other children, a daughter oy a former }- at tho rigid neutrality and bland
Jarge: quantities at sivty-nine cents: Queen Charlotte, of blessed: memory, one in point. man iage. At thu death of Mrs. and pacific Britain deposition the American byGl'eat

tat the cellars!: in Kheims, and also a when the colonists believed in their -. .- Lcitch, which occurred about five during

London letter, stating that! he had rulers and had good appetites. He- Tho skating carnival on the upper years! ago, she left .this "danghtet who contest. .--
but one quality of wine for export, publicans ara abstemious and modern Hudson is fully initiated. Three was then grown, to the care of her BLASPlE '..-Parson Rrownlow
which he sold t)r f seve'ity-four cents ideas were shocked by its immensity thousand persons' assembled l on the second husband. Leitch, it i is reported (present Governor ot'Tenne-sec) in a

a bottlo in his cellars.! In view of and so this chimney was covered ieo at Poughkcopsio, on Thursday.Mr. I instead these facts, a decree of forfeiture was I with ivy and other creepers :and DonaUuo, of 'owbiirgli, throws lived with her as his wife, and two recent speech, complaining
/entered in the cave I converted into a flower stand. On down the gauntlet ti" nil skaters in children were the result of the unnatural tIle opposition to the Frcediniot's11nreut

1 More recently the wine merchants I one side; a graceful Summer house, the country for a. pursu' of 8300 I ; criminal; alliance. One day; in that State, is reported to

iof I helms were notified that: suits for I ion the other a billiard: room, surrounded and a fire mils race, with at ondant week she announced a purpose to I, have said :
iho: large: sum of 1,780,000; in gold by a modern garden with its festivities is looked! fur. marry some man in the neighborhood i: If our blessed Saviour were to como

were to bo prosecuted against their I fancy bods'and winding paths, leadingto Fisher of when Leitch.; in a tit of fiendish jealousy to David.-on county with shoulder
orchard which, in bloom The R.3Jl'St'ph one and shot her on, and three or four stars on
Agents in New York, and against the procured a gun straps
themselves, fur defrauding the Government I threw glow over the whole land: the most eminent clergyman of the wounding her mortally She Ih'edlon his shoulder, and bring with him a
) by an undervaluation of 1 scape. Such as I have attempted to diocese of Kentucky, hall' his skull enough, however, to give her miitalY! staff of the old Apostles, Le

their wines, large amounts of which I pictuie it was this s homo ill February! fractured evening t by a slung shot on Mon dying testimony blt'ore a magistrate, could] not give satisfaction to the rebels -
tad: there also been seized. This immense 1805. The inmates-ladies and little day at Ky., which it is said, will convict Leitch of of D.ividson county.
cl dill, aft'ecti-'g not only the I children-warned to leave by the and hH boon insensible ever since. a cold blooded murder. lIe was: immediately Such blasphemy is disgraceful
the assassins.
pocket, but tho reputation for honesty approaching evacuation of tho line Xo clue to arrested and! taken to Fredericksburg .1 I even to Brownlow.. _...

of the champagne manufacturers, of railroad and the City of Charleston The United States troops are LObe where, heavily I ironed, hoi Pcoria Illinois- noted
who are) the aristocracy of the district postponed their departure, lingering withdrawn. from AUbami and i is confined in tho corporation jail.- Out in a
naturally produced! a profound and hoping as long as 0i31- Georgia, and an order has been issued When ho heard of lice death, and the whiskey manufacturing region, they
sensation, and has aroused, as already ,I rile The sound! of cannon had! become for mustering: oat twenty two fact that sho had left behind her evidence test tho quality of the walk liquor after by tho

ftatco, the most bitter feeling toward amiliar, and brought no terror regiments ill Texas. of his guilt, he screamed; long distance a man cnn tasting
( our Government.It with it. The rattling of the windows It seems that Brigadier General! L. and piteoll lj". it. The liquor "tanglelegs"is
said to be made of diluted: alcohol
i is stated, moreover, that the at midnight might arouse them fora C. Baker, alias "Detective Baker," -- ---- -- ,
manufacturers are already suffering moment-but for a moment only ; was not mustered out of service at Keep doing, always doing Wishing nitric acid, boot leg and tobacco,

largely. from these seizures ; with for their "men in gl av" were between the instance of the Secretary of \Var, dreaming, intending.Jmurmuring: ,, and will upset a man at the distance
such heavy claims hanging over them and the foe: Poor follows: hut by tho express order of the President. talking, sighing and repining! arc :r.ll 1 l of four }hundred yards. from". th/i dem
... and rohl! but utaunrh and : profitless employments. ijohn. v, -
them, their ere'lit has: been impaired i hungry: Ct5 ,

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r LEON CHIiTllNAL COURT. Policy.Late from vrnfiliington.D BY TELEGRAPH.WA '

t Ji.rj\1 ttltl" $tntind.# excellent WAshington!
: The first session of this Court which was advices from Washington state ciD, .
of tho New York Areici CO GU'SSII:: .
that in short members of Congress correspondent t
established by the Legislature at its recent a time the .

Edwin A. Hart & W. A. Shober session, was held at the Court House, fiom the Southern States, both writes TRAft's was engaged'm-toTo' ;in, Jin.a, discussion 20,Senate of I IIP to-day lullenhuginsi ,

EDITORS AND PRO RBTORS! In thin city "t'stlrday-JIIIlge E. L. T. Senatorsand Representatives, will present RBUARKABIB ECRU RECEPTION: AT THE, SEW the privileges nl thc Fiprd'

BLAKE, presiding$ and M. D. Pin, Solicitor themselves in a body, with their credentials For the fame reason, and! for others men's Dm pan. Mr. Guthrie, of Ken-

TAIJrJAHASSEE: : of the Court. : and ask to be admitted, to their' equally weigh', not one of the foreign lucky, made a conservative speech in

SATURDAY,, JANUARt' 27, 1866. The docket opened( with eight Indictments seats ; and that at the same time, or just noticed Ministers in present manner saluted, Senor, spoke Romero to, or opposition hinii' of the:tights he {nuked of the l upon(States i I' as, cilcnU"an inva (

; most of them for larceny. Pevelal before, the rl'e ldent's proclamation, will' The position any nf this gl'nll"manl'a9 certainly tt'llto inhale I mires than quiet the feelings

Agents for the Florida Sentinel cases were tried, the accused in which appear, declaring restoifttion! of the a painful one. President Johnson of he tl>eol'll'' .

'Ii,14tLSnN at Qn were Fieedmen. Several were dismissed Union complete, and those Slates entitled sp ike to him kindlv. But he observedthe .
Mr. D.* ; ncj of'20lJ
NEW YoRE Jan 20.-Quotaiioni
Mr. THOMAS JENKINS, at Madison.Messis. one was fined twenty-live dollars, to their full representation in Congress.!: studied neglect with "Mih he was ,
today 1C8;; 3
treated] bv the members di lomatic ,
DREW & OAKLET, at Jackson. and another fifty dollars. In one case, If the Radical majority shall refuse to |
body, and Instantly to ,i his departure( ,
,ilIl'. C. BARRETT at Gainesville.Mr. the jury brought in a verdict of "gllil )'," admit them, then, it is said, the President within a few moments after he had entered LATEST FROM MEXICO.
Maj.'F. ,
C.'E. JOKSSON, at Mouticello.Mr. and recommended that the accused re will at once make use of those measuresof the! room. lu the case of the foreign! \V All 0 IJI TOY, Jan. 21.-Official) inlelli.

'V.. L. STROMAX, at Centie\ille.!\ ceive "Jiftten lashes on hit bare bad." Weal which the Constitution gives him the MinisteiN, "f course they were, governed! Renee ipcoived fiom Kl Paso slates lint
by Ihe spirit of their In notions., Each l'residentJnm ez had arrived there mi
e Informed that the has not control to make the of the Exec
judge yet power driven
one of them, represents some Clove i nmenl. the 181,h December, Karin: been .
Everybody Ituii HIcrc pronounced, sentence in this cast The) utive felt Up to this lime he has I."n." Their Governments regard Romeio as iep- flOut Chdiuahui by the Fiend.

SEAP.L, one of the greatest living wonders Court continues' in session i to-day. deavoted to conduct his Atlminiilralion resenting none. Their Governments ei ch
hnvi a Minister residing at Mexico: holdIng FI 1 EDMES''S: AV FAIRS.
The of this Com without to beach will
of the woild-the man who can opening presents a coming an open
relations they
change n copper cent into a ten dollar'gold new era in our changed: state of aflaiis. Ihe Republican party. But he thinks lie rec,>diplomatic 2iilzed Ions! BIO: as Ihe Government Corn WASHINGTON oritgee on Fieeilwpn'i Jan 21.-Atfms The l inn-mi.n"1itt'I,

piece, will give tlnee of his .most esttaordjnary We are informed that Col. OSBORNE, Chief has wailed )Inns, enough now, o.nrllf the tie facto of that countiy. These Govern making a tourof inspeciion South. II I

peiformances in this city, commencing of the Fieedmens1 Bureau tin this State, Radicals are determined to make the issue merits do not take offense at ours becausewe

t ;on Monday night. at GALLIE'S13ALi. issued an order.. on yesterday, prohibiting ho will:!_ not shrink from it. He their:do Ministers not recognize can only Maximillian recognize as; lint the FENIANISM IN: CANADA.:

punishment in this Elate by whipping or knows that he will be supported( by'the: Minister f'lIm1..xit'oA, : person arctedited! NEW YORK, Jan. 22-'Ihe ]Ilei aid's 1<1

-. by being: sentenced to stand in the pillory people at large, and in Congress by the by that Government Mexico: : which t theirO'l'veinment Tot rciito espnndi'iil, sirs the the reason
Were duly for 1'ie: poslpmlem.adof meeting!
i3T The following installed ; declaring that the time has passed Democrats and moderate Republicans.He .- recogni/es. The United
e the Canadian PUI.IiIll1PlltIIllil -May next
officers of Leon Lodge No..6., I. 0. 0. F for such punishments, and that the U. S. is determined that tire Smith shall be States noild which is the has only tint, great recognized nation the in Ares the is for fear of a Fenian" mm vasiuu,

for the present term : authorities will not permit them. This no longer deprived of its just rights, and ent Government of Mexico and which !b

E. M. WEST, N. G. brings in conflict the authorities of the if the Radicals in.Coigress force him: to not holding diplomatic relations with that FROM HAVANA.Nrw .

P. B. GORMAN, V. G. Slate and those of the Fieedmens1 Bu. extremities, they will only have themselves Ooveirment.APrROPIllATIOXS, VORK, Jan. 22.-Havana advices'

II. A. COBLEV, R. S &, P. S. reau. to blame. The Radicals 7OB THE PRESIOFST's of the 17th, stale that Secretary: Sewi.d.
me had mil a' iVPt1. The Captain Qerietal 1
SAMPEI QUAUE, Treas. These punishments for certain crimes aware of thpdelprminalion of the President At earh day nocsn Mr.! Stevens will a-k was fitting up his cnnntiy lion.e, p' ep\'rim.
GEO DUION,. Warden. have long been in the statutes of the and are, alal'lnl'Iabnu L it, as the for an appropriation' of $10,000, for repairing tory to i reviving him iu a ln, pUab'ema :

J. B. GALBRAJTU, U.S. to N. 0. State: and have been repeatedly inflicted article in the Chicago Tribune of December I ppletil-diiiijj! and, refurnishing lire nner. ,
M. A. BrLL, L. S. to N, G. Pipsidenl's House. Nothing! }has beenpurchaser -
upon white offenders for the crimes spec- 30, shows But the President will FREEDMCV'S'BURUAU OATH
.. ? with the $'30.000 which was np-
fled under then ew law. It, is true that not be deterred by such itlac.ks from the -'I'RIAL Of LEADERS.
It. I is aid
W; We congratulate the community "prop, intel a few 'rJ"1I ago.
\ the Legislature has cieated or defined n feailess, discharge of his duty. This i IH t that it has been. paid, out, i'' licjn'd! itioi WA ni.xoio.v Jan 22 -The SeIH\'''

..J lu general, says the Matianna Courier, number of new crimes to which they have decidedly gratifying amt, eucouraginj; of debts corol,I Rctp,! for fnuiisliiiiij the pn>pi'se:1 amendment to the bill enlarg- A ,
upon the prospects before us of again house during! the last year ot Piesklent ina! Ihe Fieedmen's B nr'ealr and I lestiic'" '
affixed the
penalty of whipping or stand but still it slmnld having a flourishing Male and Female LiC'iln'.s. lile. The, aptiiopiialion( bills ing the limits of its jinisdiclion to the
ing in the pillory, in older to reach offenders the Radicals have! n laiae! majority cus-ed.
school. The exercises:: of the institution for the last four tints III>Ithnt eightyihnnsaiad late rebellion Plates was
under Jllie changed condition of both Houses, and if the" conclud-- set do'l.its. }"".e bi.en appiopiintec Mr Wilson spoke in opposition. Mi.C"wnn .
j were resumed on tho 8th inst. !Mr W, affairs ; but the crimes of the offendel themselves! up against fie' President. as for the furniture ft I his owi house, daring of Pi'im., said if such a bureau

1i ": PITT BALDwIN, Piiucipol. tried have the time it was occupied by President mutt exist: its nine' at inn" (hlll"tlU bn
been and Sumner haN
on yesterday, long define Stevens already done
--. Lincoln, yet t there i is notiiina, :: to show felt in l the lo\nl i States. On, the question: ,
"The Florida Courier"Is :! as such, and the penalties imposed at. the Piesident will be wholly poweiless for it. Eveiytliina! about Ihe lions looks beiii, !; taken the amendment was lejetl

tached thereto. They were apart and except in the distribution of his patron- shabby, 1I'0rn, duty coil d nav. I It mny c.l.)
the name of a new paper started in bed no relation or connection with the ago. well be doubted whether 2),000 of the, ., In the, House, Mr. Fmcke introduced! a

Marianna, West Florida, by Mr. GEO. A- discriminating legisl-tion, made .. .-- whole sum was ever honestly expendedon hiiltnnrpealrire'fe't I Oath-retei" red to-
BALTZELL. Through the kindness of cider necessaryby The Itlotiroc Doctrine.A the house. At the present moment judiciaiy: commlltpp.Air. .
the old of things. 315,000\ in the, hands of mi honest upliolSIAI Williams ulletpil}; a lesoiution calling *
Mr. BLOOMER ACSTIX, of this city, we are While we may not, be in favor of inflicting great and enlhusiustic meeting was and a man (>f taste' would completely \ for the trial of tl,a 11."I.ll'rMIf the I iehelliori -

t in receipt of the first copy. The editor :; such penalties except i'l extreme held at the Cooper Institute, New York, lefnntish the bouse with eveijlhinaiiepiltul. ,: by court ninilial 01 military roar A

introduces himself in a very graceful sal and i.n tile 9th instant, to ,.ire the Monroe What i is needed, !, much eThan mls ioit, asspitinjr:: ih.iti\ ,;";,,11,1, not an* fswor
cases! not then if there can be found
doctiine endorsement and money is MIUIP honest and rmnpp- line, purpose' in view hi have tlii'iivnied
an emphatic In
ntatoty. )
milder remedies to insure: the aims of the tent )person to see that ii i I' h 'tiestlv' and< by a' judiciary< tribunal Small, If
We wish this new enterprise success.- law, the Legislature, no believe, felt as- urge upon Congress and, the GnVlJl'IIlIJpnl judiciously expended;\: j xml 1 their a dozen air re their penis are. equally utility: with:

We can appreciate the difficulties conse- sured of the necessity of these laws to the necessity of currying, it out and diiv i \propeily\ tinined IHIIIO set rants to keep\ Ihe J>PI ions charged, with crime. ,

quant upon a want of mails. individuals big the Emperor Maximilian out of :Mex: the furniture: in order and soe i il i h not .----
protect and society: from the
ico. The entertained a llKt.d. EUI'OI't'lIU'C'S..
was .
depredations upon their homes and _4>
h The Secretary of War, in compliance lhj.1 ;M", SLWARII had gone abr, ad, on Stonewall JarksoiiS Widow The Cnnaid steamship Scot IP from:
property at this limNo feeling of vin-
with,,the House resolution of inquiry on some diplomatic err'arrri! connected will Liveipool, Decpinb-r 8U, ntid Queenslown -
of the destitute circumstances
dicliveness towards the colored I taco actuated SpeaUins December :31, arrived! at this' poll.
the subject, furnishes a statement of the the future' recognition of Maximilian's the widow of the and noble
\ them, we know, but a sincere desire of !great yesterday, iniiiiig keyen days I later
number of volunteers called for by the to protect the interests of the blacks govel nment. Jackson, the Chiirle-.ton News says : news front Europe.The .

several States and District of Columbia, as well as whites.As I The mel'tingTas but preliminary; to ft "We are almost lI-hnm",1 l to chroniclethe rtsilninH. i Intindnced into th-

\ at two million six hundred and fifty-tin : reties of others thaI, will be held us lime fact that the! wid">w and! child of mire United! Stales Coiigie of time inf'inne-
thousand and a matter of policy, it might have IMiistiious: Souiliein heio-Stonewal! inenlof/ the Monioe: duct' lire in Mex'co,
sixly-U men.
been better to withhold such puniihmen and appearances may jus ify, in radarthat Jackson- no.> i i IIe' titnte ciicumstnnens / and the statement: thai the French, Ambassador

at this time. These Courts, however, the people may expie their views living in a siniill house in Lxinutoii: nt Wnshinaion was seeking,
The Arthur
brig Egglison left New icgaiding tins question which de fresh iiibliiictiuns, had, consitleiable, excitement
now Va, on the paltry pittance IIf $150 per
though organized
Yolk on the 14th for Apalachicola j and a new law, are mauds &., great a share of public Ih"night annum. This startling intelligence is ie- in, Pans caused Londnii, and 'j m a.l

the slt'amshipsIt'I'cedila: and the Laura organized as courts of justice upon the and discussion allllo let C..ngless and ridded in the New York Daily :News, in sent down I the (price of AniHiicau see un->
) Tbeoboldon the llth. same principles of law long; existing, ap ; a letter from ono (peihnps ii Northern lies. The Lowl"n and Puriwpainer-.were[ "
the Administialion know beyond a peiad' ,l, the slid nil dl'l'utinlIL""Li"lI! to tile Mex'Cau
whose fur
plicable to the dominant, race of the man) deep( sympathy
There hundred -and venture what arc the sentiments of' the ow and orphan of our fallen hero prompts() question a:1I1: Ihe London Times ;pi edict
are one seventycases State. Let the law take its the
course as Noil hern in their behalf ed tlm speedy uuhdinvval of/ the French
the establishment of an Appeal() men
misses: tegaiding(
of small} p .x in the hospital at court and jury in their wisdom and idea ; This appeal' is )published in a New t, mops,

Montgomery. Eleven are soldiers-the of justice may declare, until suspended new m narchics on this continent. York j jonninl, to which the South ones a The speech delivered. by the Queen of

I rest negroes. by a more powerful aulhol' ly. The meeting was decidedly enthusiastic deep debt of gialitute for past) l favors, Spain at (he openiii' of the Spanish: ;

n We think too that and in its opposition to the foiced domination and will, no doubt, \be responded to by Omlesiodicatedun inimnliate' inteutloii
pokey "txpe
of Franco Atrs.l ridn ruld iibeial-minded Noithern turn lut! wp of ali.uid"iMU the puMlbn. taken upon
_ George Davis of North Carolina late in our sister Republic -
dimc!! have about plajed out. A should l nol have t il saint that tina pi*.>I ple ol Lire Chilean 'j Attorney General of the Confederate straight! and onward course in the conviciions (Mexico: and earnest iri its ex. the South the pe' 1.le in defence of u horn the Spanish| deeL in the 1'acillc was about

Stat.s, has been released on parole, and of lig.a should be that of everyone ptession of del ernntnatt"]ii to suppoit the lho' great Stonewall Jackson fought!\ Kllrt' in, be reinforced Meanwhile then* ueieiiimois

has returned home. If prevented in such a course bj )policy of President Monroo, allusions tn died: could look tamely on, with parses of suspected Chilean private's off
_ .. whose name were received with loud and cl...ei 1, an J see bin family succored bt the coast of Spain
more potent authority, the law of necessity other more bonds No ml1llP'rholY ..
Death of Gen. J. SI. Trnpicr. be f'l'olongpd] died i i.,5.:;; generous In eland events of a strange ch.vnft-: .
in have
may appealed to, justificatio poor we a-e, we surely enough ter had happened' in coniieuli with lie I
The death of Brig. Gen. J. II. Trapierat of quiet and respectful acquiescence.We .- The following are among:; the retolu among us all in support one treed)' woman ,Feniun movement 15 v some means Lire '

Mansfield, South Carolina, is annum, are not aware as to whether this order lions passed at the meeting : and her child. We would most cheerfully goreinmenl became, impiessed with n
take the last bred
of from
ced. General Trapier was a graduate of of Col. OSBORNE was a 4. Resolved, That by the mere promulgation mouths crust our conviction tin la general lising was I 10.
coi.sequenceof to b'eak it in half and share il
of the Monroe Doctrine," and itscons'nm take plare on ChI i1ll11a diy, I ho :
South Carolina and ;
College, afterward the acts of this Court or of its anticipated ; with the widow of our dead hero. But '
Indorsement" we hive assuupd n must \Ya' like (piecaiuimis were I liken to
entered West Point. He was hi the ve ate n11t called to do lliis. Jackson II
same proceedings ; but ceitainly the con tesporisibility toward, on/ Sister Republics upon meet mire eniBinency. Noil,Ins, hUll el'l'r,
class with General Beaulegard; :,! and grad: flict of the two is an unfortunate thing- and an obligation t.) defend ant] pio- i fought" for millions of UN-u mite item occui'led! to justify the- feats of the an I
each telieve the
would suffice to I wants of
'nated with high honor. After leaving most test; them, which I it would be dishonotal th'jnlies.
particularly, at the present time.- ,) he has loft in our charge ; and we
l neglect
West Point he served in the United States to ov repudiate. Advices from South AT erica, receivedby
How the mliter will terminate! we know ti. Resolved, That! the worn out diplomacy were sadly and'! d sgrucefnlly recieantin .
army for fourteen tears, and was promo. not of Cuiopcan Cabinets; is I compatibleuih our duly lo the dead, did we consent way of Lisbon, mentioned Lire probability
meanly lo plead poverty and shift the I of Ihe I'aiasuavan tar beiu::
led to the rank of Captain of Engineers. und UIIW:1I'lhho: genius of American ) i
tespoiisibility on other shoulders." brought' to a (peaceful leimmalion by the
On his resignation he returned home to The Treasury Department has received institutions ; and] that our statesmanship : mediation of Errioie.tmr: Port en S. '
take charge of his estate near George from national banks bonds amounting: to craft should and be, double based! ] at dealing all times, but, not on upon (a- Onto SENATOR. -On the 18th Ins'., Troubles had aii-en in Japan thrnugh ,

town: and became a very successful i301,794,500, as securities for their cir- frank acknowledgment of other nal planter At the culation. These bonds in the banks and to carry: out the ananaeme.its of t the- j
breaking out of the late case rights, a dim determination to itain- John Sherman, United Slates Senator
T\'c lan, or acting Em e or. with rejja dio
war he received the State fail to meet their liabilities, will be used our own.
appointment of his r
S. over Republican opponent, Schencki the openiu! of the treaty (ports, and' t1r4fleets
Chief of Ordnance, and afterward took for the redemption of their notes. Consequently by 53 majod y. of England, France and Holland'

charge of the defenses of the City of whether a bank suspend The 'ieltl'of gold and silver from Colorado 'I had been put In motion.I.i j
the last year was probably 'Hlt so FIRS is MACO.V.-A fire occurred in
business :
Chaileston. After the bombardment of or not, the dilation h redeemable the London money market, on the30th
nvi-jh as the previous ones, as her laborers :Macon on Saturday night at the upper '
Fort Sumter lie resigned ar.d accepted at the Treasury Department nil., United States live twenties 'I

i \ the office of Major of Engineers in the --._ ___.,. _. were mainly engaged; in preparations end of Cotton Avenue, destroying six closed at (ija5(! 12. American cotton

e Confederate service, and was for sometime A reorganization of the directors of for the future, as before stated. It maybe buildings. Tho buildings are supposedto X had Y.declined Herald! one 14th.( farthing per pound.-

stationed In Charleston. He was the Noithmn Pacific Railroad was effect. I Ie.1llt set down for a series of years as folows be the property of John; Hollings- -

also, for a short time, Chief Engineer of Boston on Friday, and the manage I : worth-insui ed. S. 'CnoLKBA IN THE WEST INDIES. A latter i

the State, when he was went of the ectepiise now passes into the In 1858 .. . .. . $1,000In ARRIVAL op hUUGR.iJlTs.-The Re. from Guadaloupe, dated November
promoted to the 18)9 ., ... .. . .330000: I 25, stairs that the cholera Imd! brokenout
rank of a Brigadier:;: General in the Con- bind of some New England capitalists In 1800. .. .. .. . l.fiOOOOO publican notices installment the arrival of at Savannah. there, and was commilli:i{! treat ravages .

federate service, and ordered to Florida, who are to enter upon a vigorous prose- Iu 1801. t.. ... .. t.. 6800,000 of a small immigrants from thrifty the and North en.terprising at Basse Terre, a town of six thouj

afterward to General Johnston's in cution of the work In 1862.. . .. ,12,500000 having been sent out under, sand inhabitants, One hundred and key i
army .. In 18Ii3.> ... .. . . .18000.000 some thirty euty fatal cases occurred on the 22d.
Mississippi. His Health the auspices of the New York CommlsMonetsof
becoming im In J I8IM .. -
.. ,. . 20,000,000
paired, be obtained leave of absence on a From Information received In Washington Iu 18t35. t. ", ", ... 14,000,000 Emigration The Republicansays \3T Nov tliPt the curtain has dropped

sick furlough and returned home?' He from Mexico, it appears that the The yield for I860 will piobably come 'and that skilful the mechanics new comers, from are inielligrnt 20 to! 40 Radicals upon( the last scenes fault ol the with lebellum the after, the I

was then placed in command of Georgetown headquarters of the Liberal forces are close up to twenty-five millions, and 18G5 years of age, and among them may be are finding I

which post he retained till the only twenty-two :leagues: from Vera Cruz, to forty millions. After that it would be mind competent members of nearly every peace !

close of the war The General leaves a the Imperialists confining Iheir occupation rash to predict the: rE'Sul'llI, as those 'whore trade, Including blacksmitns, carpenter, I3r There Is no greater obstacle In the I
/ vheelwrighls, masons, tinsmiths, plum- nay of'success In life than trusting for
widow and two children, and a numerous to the military road from Vera Crus best posted in such! matters believe bars, machinists; In fact all branches of something to turn up, Instead of going to .. II :..

) she's| of friends ind relatives. toM ilc" end to the city nf Osttea. thy will become almost fabulous ndtutry are well roprt>'utd. work and Ironing u,' IlJlnlllhlnpsaeraeatmtasi' \:.. ,i

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.. ., ... .."' ..--...,......... -...... -""":'::''Zm8IIIr'.IIMt2! .... .. ___ k- ..dJ I!> I' .,
(rrom the New York New., 9th. .N..GU mU'..
The Test Oiitli. NOTICE. I McKIBBIN' & ALLEN
The Cold at the North.
The Secretary ofVa'r has issued "Hon.;:EDWAIID BATPM, Attorney General FATY, KI.q., will lint nil mj' Attorney
The weather for the past two tiara an order fur the muster out of ten l nnilir( : JI '. LtvcotiIns --ecentlv Mn my IIb.UIIOo-rrlm' Fli>rldii. .
in Muted to have been colder than additional regiment: of volunteers,, wrilll'lIlleLLOI'.il'imt, :cin? the test oath Jun.l 13-.U 1 IKIS i HAVE NOW IN 'STORB .

for the pnst fifty years, at the same including eight colored organizations., (In very slrtmst MiJ ,d" terms. Wori'illce EL DESTINO MILLS :

season. Yesterday! the thermome- The important correspondence relative also( that the ( R, I.) Jtiirutt-ono

tor was at 10 below zero, and how to Mexican affairs and Maximil: lit the eilitni of which (Is a U'I l,1 t StaterSenatnrcmneato FOR SALE. The Largest and Handsome

cold that N, is instanced by the fact ian's efforts to obtain recognition by the 9"11.1116 cmelu-

\ that two cases of "frozen to d ath" our Government laid before Con ,TnUllSDAV. the first dny of February
sion that the test oath,h'llYl'ver n<> .
cesfarywhen will bo old on the prom I"" shout ASSORTMENT OF
occurrol l in different parts of the press, plainly shows that there i is no pi-.S'jil' ha ha I its ihy. T:in case Ihirtuon miles oust of'lalUlimnco, my valuable
citv. It is to bo hope that these disposition on the part of our Gov-
of a nnn in Gail; TWIBSHPO is qi I yen, who Flour, Grist and Circular-Saw
melancholy results: of the severity of eminent' to abandon the Monroe doctrine DRY GOODSEVER
nccepte'l the post of ipcitiitinj officer in :Iv.1XLLS:
the weather will not be paralleled in and that the Franco At triiin ,
miter to lids Union plea avoid duty (in the Together with IIhOllt two Iholl..llld acroof timber
the course of the present Winter. empire in Mexico has little to hope for und planting liuiiln ntlachod
repel] unit it armies from tills the
K'liiy Tho Mllln are prnpel: l by two contrc-venl
the North and East
Rivers Washington..
Yesterday injustice of the (present, nail We ".h..ollch' of furtfhnrtfo pnuer. Clio Flour OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLO
were filled with floating ici'. No From the scene of hostilities be. and Oriel Mill I. funildiocl with three run of
quote) : .to on, lioltlntr cloth mid f".,. The meal from RID.Consisting.\,
sailing vessels arrived either by way tween the Mexican republicans and thin Mill hoof snperiorquality, attracting cuiito,
tulip will when
it Is clear! that a com .
mere thirty mllmUlHtiint
Hook the Sound. the Kio Grande
of Sandy or imperialists on we the nnth will ha nliinHt if ti'rt qitito alianftnned Tho Saw Mill bOiilmtu n loran circular aw and
The ice was in excellent conditionon have intelligence that a party: of thirty \' Common S9' se will\ dictate that Smnitle Mnclilnii, holh In good tirdir in part of

the various ponds and lakes, and of the former w le recently surprised ll ...111111he( \ !siren: ni!p. Thai would lie :. lime Mill ono house hundred l I. two foot ntnilet long lilch, Bubntimtlnlly, forty feilwldKnnd

was enjoyed by thousands of skaters, and captured by some of tin fir bitter than t" 111 in!;: d IHII men from built mid In Rood repair. Brown and Bleached Muslim,

,I notwithstanding the extreme coldness latter, and ", the execution of tile IhA Nniili to put in every sub district TIIC TCItiUS OF SALE
Whit 11'9 want now is not so much to Will be ono half In ciwh, the balance\ 'In .
\1) of the day.! prisoners had been ordered, in aocoidancc punish every rebel( in the S lush as to IPCM one and two )onto secured by mortgage mJ Jaconet,

PHILADELPHIA: Jan. 8.-Last night with Maximilian's decree.- ,'e every reatoiintBn! nf safety notes, with Interest Purchaser Hi tho rate of seven per. cent
will for title
was the coldest ever known here. The imperial commander, on being In the fl1''IlI'e. Them are many: men in per uimuin. pay Cambric' andSwiss
the South who cinnoi: take lhatest oa'h: ,
The Delaware is clo\ellabo\'e and below remonstrated with by Gen Wortzel I,, but whom w<" should. have no fear of ALSO, THE

l tho city, ml I all the ferryboats: laid he had no option in the matter, trusting hr posts 0." rest nsihli:I:ty." I i The El Dcstino Plantation Muslins
but must obey the directions of his!
frozen fast in their
one, are
except ANIMUS II\DICALS TOWARDS I Arljuinl-mg.\ containing about four thousand icrc
docks. The mercury, iii West Phil superior.The of Oak mind Hickory Landnf which about fiftteii Canton riaBn ,
republican General Escobedo, TilE SoinrrERN PEOPLE. hundred acre arm cleared and under fonco
fell 18 below
ndelphia, .to degrees
ThIUI8-0n".follrth: mash, tho balance
zero, and at Chesnut Hill to 14 degrees is said to be preparing for another attack From Washington letter in the bio \III one, two and tine jenrn,occurud by pnjn.mort. Tickings,
Mobile Arll'ertiser-written InUC8l1nrt tiolM, with lniorp lit the of
on lat \fnol'll'l. The American as we HOVOII
below five times since ,
zero only
percent per uiinuni I'urchiuori will pay for
1856. The weather to-day i is clear General Ct'l1wfol'd's operations of recruiting conclude from the initials, by the tulm',. Blaukets,
with a strong northwest wind. in Texas a division of Americans Hon. C. C. Langdon! -we tako the purchaser Tho Plantation will bo divided Into loU to iult '

for Eseobedo were making little following : Cloths; and
RICHMOND, Jan. S.-The mercuryis progress, the United States soldiers In listening to the debates in Con ALSO, THE!:

night.8 degrees In the below vicinity freezing of point DruryVBluff to- naxing been forbidden to enlist under gress, the first thing that struck me Corn, Mules, Devon Cattle, C ssrmeres.Ladies' .
the bitterness of the
him, and his recruiting office in was extreme SOUTII DOWN SHEEP, HOGS,
floating blocks of ice are piled radicals towards the white of
Brownsville having been closed. The people Ant TTtonnild of oxory kind.
one above another, stopped by obstructions officers the South. I expected to find hos i 'fe..". cash.R3 .
Mexican I recently
: "
: republican
The ale will continuo from day to dnv.
in the river
, place gave a grand dinner in Brownsville tility, but I did) not anticipate such G. NOBLE JOCS.Jin : Dress Goods.
} and, i is considered
navigation dangerous soiled! hatred and bitter; intolerance .
to Generals Weitzel and Crawford. deep 186tPEN. _

at pii'sent.WILMIXCTOV! Later news from Chile, Peru and as are daily manifested. The & GEORGIA RAILROAD
N. C., Jan. 8.-The the other South American republics debates to which I have listened were French Merinos,

weather is very cold and l clear. The was brought by :the steuns'iip: '! New confined, c exclusively, to measure relating U.-'A' UiU.t. 'f"4"' '
thermometer i is 12 degree above York, which arrived in New York ] to the negro and the "lebell- _,,_ English Merinos,

zero to-night. from Aspiuwall on the 1st inst. Tho ion Nothing else was talked, of CHANGE 0FCHEDULE.

PETERSBURG, VA., Jan. 8.-At sun New York brought six hundred and while I was present ; and, in those TiLLAHAastE, Jim IS, 13G6On Alpacas,

rise the thermometer stood 2 degrees eighty-five thousand dollars in spa! debates you may rest assured, we and after this date the Trains

below zero, and at noon, 10 degrees cie, and 1 among her passengers was wicked 'rebels"] fired badly.\ run dally the ns Pt-imncolii followsEASTWARD.:mid dntPr Uiillruud will French and English Poplins

above. At sunset the weather was Mr. Robinson, our late Minister to The sole object of all measures in. .

slightly! milder, the sky! cloudy and Peru. No additional exciting event t'odnccd, :fnd 1 the tendency of all the Leave Quincy at.................... 430 A. M. Poil de Cheevers
........... '' ,
Arrive nt TllInhll."o nt. 630
the wind 1 very high. The day has in the war between Chile and Spain rtdical: speeches, are, to (elevate the T/invu nlliihnnseo lit......... 700 "
coldest, hvrc for 'Ihe admiral at the of the white .U'rive nt 11"'idl'on at.II.00 "
been the experienced Ira.1 occurred. Spanish negro: expense [Plain and
1 Linxo M'ldlmn nt............11.:10 Infancy
several yeais.LounviLLf. till kept up his blockade of certain man ot'the South-to raise up the Arrived Liiko CilJ HI,.. 3.O'J 1'. M.

r Jan. 8-0. 1*, M.- ports ol thu republic, and the government former, and oppress nnd humbb the WESTWARD.T All Wool

Th rmornutci' this morning 10 abovezero << ot'tllt: latter was quietly prosecuting littci. To accomplish these tails, Arrive>TO\e rlo Midl City utm mat.....1220 8.30 A.1'. M M.

; in the country" it was from 2 to its war preparations.! The the vilest slanders, and tIle must glar- [,<"uc Mndlwin nt...........U50 ". Delaines
\ .._ .... iLeave
"rl'\I'"' lallahnxmo lit 4.30
0 ''above ; weather moderating this Chilian fleet wa yet at sea, and had in!:, and shameful mir'prcscntationsof TiiPuhiiHH! "e nl.........00".. 5.00 "
evening. not been! heard from since its bidliant the motive and conduct of our !' Arrive\ ntyuincj lit ............. 030 American Delaines
There in the Herald pcop'e are indulge I in vviih perfect ST. MARKS TRAIN. ,
Ik'KTbVittE, ALA, Jan. 8.- exploit, recorded Leo Tnllnhiu-me nt................ 7.30 A. VI.MrlvontPI .
is strong wind from the north. ItS of the 1st instant, in which one of its I fl'ce.oll1l1nl.m I most reckless audacity ; I. Marks in. Ori Fancy Silks
and the eat misfortune is not a L A\oSt:; Murk nt. M. ,
is freezing hard in the shade.Veath russe s, the Esineraldt, captured the g Arrive ' I 45 I>. \f.Kgrililfnu .
er clear. Spanish steamer Covadongi ; and it voice is heard! in our defense. The ( hour will b. given on the nrri\nl In great
of thu cnrn nt Miidlson for Dinner goniK from variety
XASHVII E, Tenn., Jan. 8.Weath was expected soon to appeal at some slandered! South has not a single representative and coining! thin \1'11\'.

er cle-ar. Thermometer 30 degrees important point. A party of eighty on tho floor to repel those amid A .line Mlmny of ,ptnirp and between between intitollo Qutncv, ilnltrldife maid Thoin-! "VV'.1n.1Io: ShavvJ.aAT

abov'e.CHATTASOOGV.. Chilians in boats attempted to cap assaults and vindicateher character. HKVille, will Lonnec' \\Itb the triilin\ .

Tenn., Jan. 8.- ture a Spanish: vessel in the harbor The few friends we have there from Jan.10, 15oO-tf E. IIOUSTOUN I'reddent, ALL TRICES.

Weather clear and pleasant ; rather Coqurmbo, but failed through dallying the North dare not, or think it impolitic -

',,: cool and windy.I'ETERSBCRO over the 'na ter too long.; In to do so. P. B, BROKAW'S

.l{ Vu., Jan. 8.-The Peru, Piado, the new I'resklent had Oh, )how it made my blood boil to Cloths and Cassimcrcs

;aj J thermometer at sunset stood 1 3 below so far been unmolested ll.y any new listen to the sneers, the taunts, the LIVERY AND SALE

< zeio. Weather clear and windy. revolution, and was proceeding with insult; and the slanders that were so IN GREAT VARIETT.

11 1 The Appomattox River was frozen his work of retrenchment aa I reformA freely indulged irr toward the already,! ; "

over last night, and the slating good.\ declaration of war aglinst Spun oppressed und, sorely afflicted, but I Stables, f.Sf HATS[ AND CAPS,

FORTRESS; los%ot:, Jan. 8.-The and Chance with Chile, was looked! honorable amt 1 patriotic people of the

! J.H'noH' liver was frozen over last for from the Peruvian ::ovel'n1l1<:lIt. South "Oh, for an hour on that FLA. BOOTS AND SHOES
il Little of importance hid occurred in floor !i" I l'el11arko,1: to a companion ,

night.Gov. any of the outer r l'cpnblicslIll of them sitting by my side. "Yes." he replied -ALSO- HARDWARE

1 Parson Brownlow, in his enjoviug an unusual lieedoiu flora "mitt.I in ,bout five minutes you I ,

' latVhig, "pitches i to" certain revolutionary di--tuibances. world,I bj in a fig'it.' May b,: so. i C.lR.RH S, IJUGGICS WAGONS
""I' \M I) II \R! %I:S' FOR S.\LE. CROCKERY,
Southern clergymen as follows : It is stated in a Mobile paper of f Hit, wore tho South represented, :

' .' IMPCDESCE OF TIIE DEVIL.-Thehighest the 8th inst.! that Gen. Thomas, commanding these things would not be. Outsideof rnllahiiKree,_Nm. 9, 18 S-1 If Tin

standard impudence known the\IHitary JJivisio t of'the Congress, the fooling to.varl 1 'mime New Goods! New Goods! Ware, &0., &c.

"I in the English language whit: is Tennessee, I has given. official I'information South is excoelintjly kin 1 and liberal

termed the impudence of the Devil. that all the national troops are t but tho Black Ilepub'ic-'ins! in i

This has recently been excelled in soon to be withdrawn! from Georgia Congress! under the !lend. of Stunner NEW GOODS GrB.OOEB.IES.FLOUR : .

freveral instances by rebel clergymenof and Alabama, that tumsamid am: nultmition in the Senate and Thad., Stevens in

the South going North and addressing will be furnished to the :State:; : the IIoiso: :\1'1I" savage and bloodthirsty ,

loyal] assemblages of people, and militia, und I that the State will l be as tigers. How long these

-asking'out ibutiuns to aid the Methodist promptly furnished with provisions II two madmen will continue to control M. A. Dzialynski SUGAR,

I Presbyterian and other rebel for destitute t'imilies.: Congress, remains to be seen.

,., Southern ch'irccs. After preaching Galveston despatch of the 9th HAS RECEIVED AND IS STILLR..CEIVING TOBACCO; &c., ier
I Gen G. M. Sorrel is also in
I treason, praying treason, and writing, in t., announces that n order had just Brig.
ting most gloriously whipped out, of tho white and as merchant..
servrce twenty-two A Well Selected Stock of Goods, Caps.
these Reverend traitors back --- ------ -
como ,
colored regiments: doing duty in Tex-
4 take the amnesty o.itligo North and as. Wt1V ,t1vnti: ;; mf111p.
f If solicit contributions of the people CONSISTING OF
r have and fighting \ A writer in ihe Chicago Tribune
they bfm'iIlifying Wines
? steam communication with the Grand Lolge of I. O. O, F, & Liquors,
to aid! their rotten and corrupt urges
South from that He grain "%wM4.. The of.lcern and member of limo Dry Goods
churches. Tho e\'illll\i\ deal city. says f ,
: great z-"' < OrK,1 L.KIU.B i>f I. O, (I F of tho
of brass in his old iron-clad face, but can be loaded there in canal boats "a' -n,te of Florida ho pro 'crummy noliHm of theOraiiil The largest Stock in the State
I Waithiitlhore will a meeting
he could not do this thing without a and be taken to Richmond, Va., with Lo<1/H in thl city, on VVuilnooilay, the
: blush 1 I II out breaking bulk, by being towed iiSth tiny .uf FeruaryI880. A lull RII.lldIlIlOO Boots and Shoes CONSISTING OF
lexlred n hll.lno.o nl Imnnrlniica \Ill lid tniliaicluU. ,
I down the Illinois and Alissihsippi! up ly ..rdur ot !I. V. bMsii., O, M.
I A letter from New Orleans states the Ohio and Kanawha, and throughthe Jun. K, -IW. B. QUA1I.K, O, B. WIIISKY, BRANDY, GIN, CHAM
o aii o T 33: = 1 TCx
I that the returned Confederates are canal to Richmond!, thus gaininga LOST. r.VGNE, POUT, SHERRY AND

J collecting funds wherewith to erecta communication with the ocean, rMETIME hotwpon Sntiirdny, the COIh end LATEST STYLES OF CLARET WINES, COCKTAIL .
monument to the of Mum- dernan 23d Ini-t..B8l'ATETl-'AdlJltVCi.IlTJFl-l AND STOMACH
memory and escaping the high price
CIAIE (No. 24.) for *124 87, UtauJ In fll'lnror
: ford, who was executed by order of ded by the Easter shippers. the undurslgmul. Au pirHuns me fornwnrnecl Ladies and Gentlemen's Hats, BITTERS, icn&c.pTTbe .
fur or noi from truiliiiK
General Butler for down the
: applluntloii \\lirheinAilatnlhe slats Treiimirer merchants of Florida are re.specifully .
American flag. Cir Blinky" Butler (is now charged: fur II. renew! lifter thu publluiitlou of Slits no.
requested to examine
with having limled beef to the rebels for thou fort a only ono ilujJun. 'I, HOSIERY &C. our stock
23, 18 -'V HART A BlIOngn.dminisU'utrix's before deciding to purchase in New York.
I cotton, at the trine he was di::::'inc'aditch" ,
Gen. John C. cckinridgp Gen. '
Beq has been aba as \\e duplicate all bills at New York
McCausland Col. Harry Gilmore on James Hirer A Notice. prices, thereby saving them time tod
l Which he offers on low terms for;CASII
I < boy. tX month lifter date I will 110. iieiaht.!
John Cnstlernan Hinds (1: my COTTON
Major Capt. ouoher Adintulntralrixuf, theo : or
i) oounla and u :
and others, who had been officers in Brig. Gen. A. 11. Lawton is in Sa. I tare of i.. M. WLito, to the honorable\ Jndgo 01:t loT nn good M at rttaU.JIcKiMiin .

,.,. the armies of the Confederacy are in rannah and has entered upon the I'robeteof aoll for Loon* dlnoliarg county:; for t.a. M final. Tilt 101liemODIaud ITS, HaywardS: Old Stand & Alien.

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A Cwrtoas Qttc 1ttolt.[ shoe or boot and stocking his right EXTRAORDINARY TllIPtEThe IuRDEn.

1 A d.inglitorl foot was washed. Thebrothcracting Brest (Fiance) journals givean \WHOLESALE'\ MD RETAIL\ STORE
Well What
; brought heel
Kilty neks-"How cnmi' she. here I" as cleaner, kissed the washed brother account of tho arrest of a servant

1 ]JI.lf"'lIhJ"{\\11)1. our )',
KlKlit; )earn end mid rater) wlidWild l- with a towel followed, wiping the the murder of three infant, the children -

!t In tnittincr. but In mind foot dry, and, like the other, salutinghis of M. R" Professor in the (
Wishing nil thing' weal d.nned tl ''l J SB S'fJ@' ) (OQ)
,, ]l brother with a kiss.! These two college of that place, and or OUf' other : *

Kltt).'at\ hoe,>'mji, tell.-mo"How-It'*cnmoHMO m> qlii'u r here} performed the labor of washing! perhaps child, the daughter of 11. M-, I

Tolerdiiy Wo had no nlntcr, a dozen, two others arose and clerk to the jll,1e dcpttix nt LeRnev'n.
Kl'o I'm nine 1 thould have kipped her
Will I WUIlt to bpd IllHt IllK'H' I took their places; and thus the alter ThehVt three children all died in flf;"C'ITiLLY ixrouM otit FUIEXBS THAT WE: HAVE t
1 And this nnirnliiK Imllud her sight November ] Wn '. : !!. A
] until nil the from
a gastric
t With'at Inmuu nml now dellfc'ht j nating was kept: up apparently

I M'o For Imvp, Indeed) n nlmer, It putters'not no otla' tnliAn "brethren" were washed. The same affection, which. caused them to 'hI@]1, .hL9 .: ID mJ] rm '1f mJ] I ;
my doll I-nnil with bleu pyp. I service was conducted by the ladio) \'omiLloo.l and ficcal nnttor. A
'1 I And-1 do dn'liuo I-It crle I 1 in the same manner anlnt the same few days later the fourth child died, At Ibo Old Staiiil In TiilliiJineHe"! nlicre we are prepared to apply custotnora with all Linda e I
Jni Tiluhl I did nut wo her, father, 6
or I'm I hnd much rather under precisely similar circumstancesa
i' 0uro
fiiujt'd' lit homo n* mill\ ns u time.The Dry Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes
two after he had
Than plnyed all day nt ir'imlnm'n home ; feet washing through, nil were day or) engaged ,
I bhe Is 'lui-t.y mid m tiny- seated when the ceremony of '.salu the servantvho: had lived) with M. I
lad what' milked her face HO shin}" I HATS & CAPS CLOTHING HARDWARE CROCKERY AND
Will ItalttHjihellkellmlf ting with the kiss of chal'itwas' 11-. Suspicion then arose that I
Will situ swull up 1 plump Mild fat lit gone: through with. Thisa. she ]had poisoned all the children and
Like llttlo dull lull
Llkv my wax one I 'I'ollmo all very simple and 1 proceeded, as follows she was in consequence arrested. :
i .
About For I du swung\ di'iir In hoer, : The officiating minister turn When interrogated, she confessed 41; time: LOVVOB't Ca, b. Pr:1ooa: :for Oash ox r

'Vlwro iiho ru e from. And who brought her, ing to his: right, and, taking his that she had killed all the children

Tour's mid nrini.rn" br.iu now daughter I" brother by the right hand, said l : "\1)' by cutting the veins of the neck witha COTTON.IInltlI' ,

A dinglitor I-luiothprdniiRlitorlAnd dearly] beloved brother, 1 now salute knife, which she inserted in the ettnbtlHhed! a branch of our home In New Yoik, we Ore prepared to furnish Gouda of nit
(110 'qiii'Ktlon I "\Vh it lirouulil her '"' kliida, Iu nny quantity, ; on the oholle.lllolieu und the inont ud\nntiigeous tdm".
Hpcni-o, our goy, but three Jean uld, you with a holy kiss. The brother mouth. The post mOl tem examination '<

In BK)drliunco I III 10 mime of tlioin did-both nun-In bold, thus! saluted then turned to the one of the poor children )has fully]) Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to

Since to yield )his! phirc he' Inlh, on the right and pa.sud the same sa'- proved) this statement: to be true
And, fuel bin nnun'. ,
When pouting Idecl:uu His out oljulut.point utrition to him. Thus it went rounduntil The girl nflirms that she committed HODCKISS SCOTT $ CO.

the entire brotherhood were ialuted the crinvs under an resistible impulse : ,
Hut though tile childish explanation .
Ho food enough/ for elth, l'e t.""1'011' with a ki!!s. In ihu mean tima and l that, had she remained :ISf'E''Vy C>:I1.EC.:

To Wo feed older the folk hunger must of'''the'III'I'lIlItI to hid., the same ceremony was going on longer with JI. M-, she should! _Tttlaltns.rt__, .u__ +, Jan...,. A.,..15651yHodgkicsISoott..___ _..___. __.. _____ _ ___. ... .,.__...
To us,of larger I Itntuea pruiichliitt among the I.tdies. have murdered his other child in the -- --- -- -- -- -- - --

'lin Fiom link earth ot to Hie hcuveii eternal, tills reaching now-koru soul After the salutation, the brethren :same manner.IJl'LTGIOS: [ & Co., Emporium) of Varieties.'IT .
Comes fresh from where roll .
and sisters of the before --" -
partook )
Ira conrtli'H.s supper
jfarstlii'ouuh" yonder heaven,
hies deepercausufor' tl.htkhngglten. then This[ done, thanks wore OF THE PllESIDLNTS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -,--- .-----

offered the Lord for his bountiful The lebgt'jus belief of tho docoased .
daughter lAnd to NO 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. II! ))
what brought hurt'l- Prov idi'ncc. Presidents. of the United States as P. SLSSIE .
No malter wlmt-one. conic to bring indicated their attendance Tlmn. IT, nod.'klxii: Into llnmbollon I'.iothers,
A 101.hulln her llfu's you ,g spring, by upon F> ,iltlmoroO. '.1'\. I.I.A.rrA B S K JO, :F'IA.,
"Xo mutter, d:irlin.;s I-.ho 1.1're- Scraps from olh.. Exchanges.Them public' \ worship, and evidence afforded W. Scott, of flrra of G. \\', fc'ooit:! .. Co Tall.i-
Our chuiKhtcr, elMer, o.iby dear I- hI.O"I'
in their ben (f'Opp I er. Tin' asr]
writings, may rciolnof \ Bain-
Open jour hearlit, and lei her enter, II.I
Open them Ohio i l IQr Uod Lath Rent her |" is a corps of Amazons o summed tin as follows : \\'uslriD::\, .b.,, SHEET: IROX lUUn'lt rnnx:
duty in II ayti. I i \.". O, I'nrl.. of arm of O.V.. Scott i Co., Till ,
THE VI ICG J NI A '. ton, .Madison, Munrup, Tin' itisun i 1 thlltiliiC' >'].!.

The 'UNUEUS.I Ole Bull and his fiddle are on Tyler and Tuyor were iHol'.1-| | Jur.'t Il\
i following account liiins ; Jeift'ison, John A another musical tour. of 111I1 Linda of I
Si'tolu' ] attention given In tilt talo
keys api eared several weeks ago i in t John Quiucy Adams\ welt LJnitiv English, French and Ecmes-

the Hockingham (Va.) Register. The i I A young ]lady has just died in rians ; Jackson, folk nnd Lincoln, SOUTHERN PRODUCE, [ tic Goods,
I. London from broken heart from wore Piest-ytorians VHII Buren ''In.1 to the puruluirB ai'U .htlll"( lIt of I
editor attended the I I
t meeting grief at the death of her oister. w.isof; the })lIt'h IJi-toimod, church. Hou';, liold anti .ruitalioi!; Goods, Plain Fancy & Japanned Ware
of this sect, and published a
report A drunk and froze The surviving Presidents uro Fillmore -
woman I
got Wares Implement: ,
of what ]he and heard. Uflitatian ST6YE
saw We copya death in her own house in Syracuse, a ; Pierce, aTrim- KDpAETES. "

portion of his narrative : last Sunday night. tat ian Cultgl','atttlorlttlist ; .liuchi\'i- MACHINERY, &0. t
the .\ lai;:p and, li'iixKnine' vaii"ty of
According to custom of the ,
an, an UpisiMpaliau' ; and tho pre ;- --- l
Tunkers (German Baptist is the proper A circus man died in Philadelphia out Chief :Magiotrnto; Johnson, REFERENCES! ; COOKING STOVES !

name of the denomination,) the : fioin mental excitement caused who is a Presbyterian.A ; M,'liu. Cm'ni'r A. C'n, Xvw i'ui; k, ,
services of their annual meeting by driving forty horses. ,T. [, Short, trltllii, Oil ,
are Combining: ,!
Hniuit C'riHiin Muntcoiiiery" \I\! :;
( made to commence at 1 o'clock, p I The opera house in Buffalo is to XEGRO lIUT.OgC: riot in A,"H lid, M,M-iHi". Oil, I ii
K. ll'>inl. M:if >n, Ol. ln: t:;r nifty r" ,
M. at the S. C. ,
Arriving church, we be built by a stock company with a on Friday night: .1,,ii, O, VV'MHMil\ Pl'inopn'ln'n., (i
found a large crowd already assem- capital of $100, OU. tuni.inated in the death of one of the 'raibtlit.rr.V>"rn,,, niiij, ,l'rciiidi' Ui'.k of Moililn, AllVI'H I'l'! ,

t bled. The services were introduced combatants. Dining tho ol .
progress T', > K imlH-ltun: I'm Md Knultn: Coin
by singing and prayer, which was A pneumatic railway under the a ncgio ball on the pi finises of Mrs.Wilkcs. puny,.1 Ii iililure.pct. I :LOX, AND l 1

followed by several 1 other ministers I bed of the Mersey is a Liverpool at the corner of Meeting jitIfDESIRABLE --'-'-'-

I in brief addresses. The services were project.Four. street and Smith's lane, a party: of the CITY PKOPERTY 1'AHLOU COOKING 610ViS ,

continued until about 5 o'clock Thiity-thiid U. S. c T. TOE SALE \
when"intermission" I convicts broke jail in Rut : : endeavoredto All I liinuiipil in a i bent, and ilinnlilinian' 1,) iIht'r.

was- announced. land, Vt., held and beat tho keeper I ootain aInltslunitihont. the piymcnt ; I cu''rn: for halo u romfnrtnliicDwcltiiiv 'Ilioj' ran' l IIP tit} |'(it'll' "in "n\. i"IlI..t", t
In about an Lour wo were called![ and then vamosed. I of the entrance fee; and were, rnviii r,"""' Th llic I'lii.liliv> I Hilli' IM-IJI-CI. 'Iinlet\ 'h'IOYI'
I li\ Mi This' II 'd
:i\ ten
nC"Ipll'i rC'menud "
together aaain by the "voice of sing refused by the negroes;: having charge iini' tin', riRldiiKvof :M. 11., ,iUlil! ;!F I'H'I:Snnd, KLISO'AS; ( cui t,siai I 'tly e'n. 1 111Id,
into the of the rjijnK"'q. 'I'holluusrttoutegii: +,r (Uut! ilixir \\oiK, -i'in loi.! tin, ;, lui.pi-;
ing. Going church for thu occasion I6iJfIR41t ;
\\e The telegraph wires ell contracted alignments .! .,,;_
"l t ]ag'! 'i r l.ulmu il 1 Is in IhuiuidMof n ; ill!!; iliiwii 1'ipps' (O' rumetital! Hiui'fl,
found the large and spacious building ,?- under the influence of the cold. They retired, bu \ ieturreil in short! olll.hnn.ep.lllohIlH"'r t.r'runtlf t1 move of"oaks,kitchen, All, "third arrhtohunareud mo ct vti,",I l lsi ll 'nis.,| tint>el /inc, SI CM 1.> nd.J !.

filled to its utmost capacity byan :I while, armed with revolvers, and :ibln. >\lh a never I'al 1:I lug II ell of exnlli" ntu WII; :;.,o:*"Sln'11,, wink' ,1't Pt try ileNCliulii'U
attentive audience, three-fourths. I The Bill-sticker's Paradise-the again sought admission with the same r. There are ..IIIIllo!. null i;(uonfl, w ii eh eau i dune on slioit 11"1 iel':
Wall of China. Punch. lie pnrchanerl nt the Harnt I tiini'. Teiinn fur tin.,.
4 of whom were Tunkers. On look- -[ resnitwhen a general riot 1 commenced.I.Tho whole modulate.. Thin In n riro oppoiinnlly fu'
around the I revolvers o'ltalnlni a di'siru'de'' oily rl.II'ne"! In a ritiaunt, .J" o1l0n.S.WOOI :: : .
ing A in Bristol were into
congregation we man Vt, chased by brought use, locality, with ground; e HMIL-II for a (Inruo garden.JOS. i.
1 could not ]help admiring some peculiarities a catamount, was so frightened that and two or three! shots were fired, uric IfPEATOEIUS. JOHN WJLLIA.MI.Oitiber20 >EX WAR !':.

in the drcs ofthese (in somerespects his hair turned as white as SilOI \\'. of which fiom: a pistol, in tho handsof t( ----- \vlI.Llu'vARI:,

) peculiar people. The ladies private Prince Boyd of Company & CLARK OVS, ,
The citizens
were, all of them, attired in the I I sented of Chicago have prn- I), Tliirty-thiid! Uegimcnt, took elfoct I IHIS'J'\I\S: : I'n1CCNT9:
plainest style. Not a hoop in all l picture Gen."Consolation.Grant with" Mayer's : upon one of the eoWu! citizens" ll SSICHAAT TAIMtKS, (I Of p pry I In drtctIPti."it u'I0| piiK"n'IIasiug mi ,luniil eleew Lei( till ,ni'.lpxninine

r that vast assemblage not a "jockey: I Charles Washington, killing him instantly. Nov 1))t-"i-'! I/111 '

A cap," or a "waterfall"-crinoline and Queen Viet,ma has sent oC15 to a The murderer/ : made! a desperlte TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,

t balmorals were no where.] Thc ladies Scotch weaver's wife for producing effort to escape, but was ar -Ty'rJN( co:v ;TAXTr.Y o-v iiAnrn I SOFJ1H] UlIOn'J1'!

I wore no bonnets, but instead, a I triplets. rested\ ,,, some members of tho Thirty .L t. and fur anle a 1 large: and \111"111"111'11111'111 olCLOTHING I\ AND

neat little cap made of bobinette. Lord Stamford has fifth Hegnucrit: 1.). S. C. '1'., after :a H 1POf'i' COMPANY.miJKS .

This uniformity: in their headdressadded ', on tha English turf this!won season 00,000 the chase up tie lane and King street, the GE:3TLEMENSS [ 1Jf

much to the appearance of the 1 duke of Beaufort ; hue and cry of which threw the ALSO: .
80000. CO.III'A-VV; : l I. now organized nniAg
congregation. This reminds us to whole neighboi hood into consternation : J. tire ] tu inukti uihauctn uuCottcu

say: that the rules of the church re- A ]lunatic in New York escaped and resulted in the calling out Cloths,

quire or its members the eschewingof from his asylum and starved himself of the military, who soon restored I i and other Produce'

all costly apparel, jew chy, etc.- to death. Oughtnt to ha' done quiet and disported the crowd. Cassimcres,
coiii"l'iip We could it.
not but have prrc
some sympathy SF'The thieves: have: discovered a rut MI in u i>f t'ottini In I.l\t'ipi IN; In tram 50 to 64
for a gentleman who had IIt.J''r pt itiicl fi>rirn'l upland Cu,; ,
Vest tonnnd
young trout
new use chloiofoim in ings:?:
The telegraph] brings daily tho stealing en to |1.32 ni'iiiii for lI..oII..IIIf Comm Iu O"hl-
opened a mall" stock of goods "on announcement of the execution of .' pig The poikers near Adi, Miuh., vqnUiili'iii'\'c'\\\ ill iiilMincnoiii'-linlt'lit Millie In Gold ol li.

the ground, which stock embraced a murderer. The crop is a large disappeared, [ in a most unaccountablemanner Neck Tics, '1'1' milicil (iKHMH ourri'iirj.tnr gootlefrom the McTclini'la: l
segars, fancy articles, lemonade and and what: was! rogardod. as till riiintfri'! Tar et! 'lctvel nltci. lion pnid lothu

and jewelry. Alas I his cry, uttered one.A strangest, they were carried off without Suspenders, und 111111.1: |Uirniiuit.KlOlIARD! elders; fur yuoiU from th!lnnil, iiuiieu "tiQ

now and then, "come buy cheap domestic cookery hook published making ditul'I'a.ncl' A F. FLOVn, l'rnoIt'n!
any gen- JickHontlllv; "'Jorld...
II jewelry, is still unanswered. But :: in London in 1800 has net tleman, however: discovered the dep' Gentlemen's> Hose &c. K, T. PAINS, Agent, Llveiminl" Knylnnd.
J. 'I' lihUS'Anu
we digress. ted the owner.8:200,000.: redators Am nt, 'J'ullaliUMiet", Flu.
operating one night, when, ICov. ]U-:imSaddle
The arrangement of the churchwas I The clown's motto-''Bismuth going to the pig pen, he found two Gnt1olneO'II\r01enl. cut and wade In f.ibhloiinblc -

such there was a table placed fust, pleasure afterwards.. Punch. fat hogs lying helpless and unconscious 6" 8lor Htylu and next superior to T |n. Tutuni'n.miiiiiur.T Harness! and CarriageESTABLISHMENT

between every other bench, on which; having been with October-tf
drugged :
The I
bread and This [in
was soup, meat. was pews chloroform.
Beecher's church in W, H WHITNER .
"tl.e however Brooklyn N. -- -
supper, not, as sortie --
suppose, commemorative of the Jewish Y sold for a premium of $;00. -Onl, two survivors of all those ATTORNEY AT LAW leas'etuat rerciird .
I lnrje
1 Passover, but of the last supper A step-mother in Marengo, N who participated in the war of theRevolution UADISOX, FL01UDA went ut UooUn,cunnlmli g of as.ortt

eaten by the Saviour before his betrayaL Y., starved and froze a little boy to Commissioner, so far as known by the TITIT.L Prt NOTICE IN TIlE COURTS OF li'iitlenicn'a coil. '.nlll...' !Buddies,
After some appropriate re death. of Pensions! remain, V the MlIdle Circuit Fine' Double' amid Single Ilnr',te.e,
Williams !Joe. 23, VMS-it IIrldl,'., Colliira and1'hhps
namely : ,
: lluti-liinats of IV
marks by one of the ministers, two Huddlo Clath,..
of"the breth ren" and as many "sisters"came The Radicals in Congress are directing nobscot, Hancock county, :Me., aged A, J. PEELER Nine Luatherof:! Flndlnimofcvirj!! dcacilptlou!
nil klndn,
i in with basins and towels preparatory their hostility against Secretary J 101 years and Lemuel Cook, of Chr- 'rruM'lilnir HitcheU" end Trun I

to the ceremony of 'feet McCulloch. endon, Orleans county, N. Y., aged ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hiiddlu Carriage' lliul'l'ri Ilariu'.. hut ulwuro, ,
Hunt ,
Inge j
wa. hing." The preacher stated thut ---. .-- 99 years ; and only five widows of TALLAHASSEE, FLORIHA.omoo Wilson cal I Uuiruy Hul, .
1 States over the Stats Bonk.TOIlko I Revolutionary soldiers draw up bpokeii and turns,
the rule of their church was, to follow j rOf the nine thousand post-of. from the pensions I{ hour from 9 a. m. tc 1 p, ra., und buggy -Ailu. und Sjirlngii,
this custom in accordance with fices iu the disloyal States about two Government, at a yearly from 2 to 6 p. m.Ootubir .

the command and example of Christ. thousand have been lo.opened. Near amount of $293.t.rOn 2661nDissolution CARRIAGES AND BtT GIES

Accordingly, they proceeded with ly three hundred of these have received ; New Year's day, for the : of Copartnership of every dewrlptlon, r

the ceremony. The "brother" bearing I post mistresses because first time in the history of the .. Machine licit\ I UK.
no gov. f8'IUE firm on>rcDoMifi! & Hobby !II dl nlv d Work mitdu to order and r,
the basin placed it on the floorin man could be found! who could take ernmcnt, colored/ citizens of Washington J., All those liiiliib m 1 od to mid cunnprn nre re lfiitch+ pi.irlng done with
qu 'stud to settle by ouch or note, wild the sub Agent
front of the one to be washed, the oath that he had not borne arms paid their respects to the orlbrr SEU'INGlfIAt: forThe"ler'IINI& WIlsoa's S. and' How ',

when, having divested himself of bU I ugainst his country." President. );"v,Itf WIIS M (lOPlUAI". .rcllthsure Fl." I.t. ;!IItf.iIAIIItII .t. Kt l'l'r.r.T I *. .

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