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 30, 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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Ii VOL. I.. TALLAHASSEE,. TUESDAY. JAN. 30, 1866. N. 40., ,
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l(1( Jxc ijd'"Sl1f'c ax ht 'cnUndI Joseph Convention which framed peals I\al Chief Justice of the Supreme Coil) tractsvitli Felons! of sufficient> cause or unless! such right
Constitution of the State: Color. ,
the original Court, his decisions remain as is reserved by the contract the party .
I I PUBLISHED. 1aVERYTIleslayTltnrslayatd He was also'a member of the General enduring monuments .o( judicial patience The following important Act on so employed may make complaint
Assembly of 1862-'G3; and ,finally diligence! thiroughness of investigation the subject of contracts with personsof thereof before the Judge of the crim-

: : Saturday, I elected- member of the late Convention lwofound'1earnmg, strik- color has been passed by the Legislature inal courty who snail at an'early day,
to amend the'Constitution ing view nd lucid, and instructive on reasonable notice to the other
At Tallahassee, Fla.T1ItMs I and the Gov-
approved by
for reorganization of the State government expositions of the laws'. and the Con : party, cause the same to be tried by
to restore our tedera rela stitution. ; ernor : I a jury to be summoned. for the purpose -
: tions. 3. Resolved That'yielding bur moral AN ACT RELATION TO THE COS-: I who, in addition to the amount .
Six: dollars per Annum : Four In theso high positions his talents homage to the independent spiritin TRACTS OF P15RSON9 ,OF COLOR. thai may be proved to be duo under
Dollars Ad vallee.: for Single Six Itloiitlis Copies,'10 in and business capacity 'were soon ap which" Judge BALTZELL'S opinionswere Section 1. Be itl) enacted by the the contracts, may give such damagesas
Cents. preciated and gave him commas- I ever openly avowedve admire Senate and house of Representatives they in their discretion may 'deemto
ding influence. in the public councils. I also tho manly frankness with of the State of Florida in Gen- be right and proper,,and the judg-
R, 1J.VTSS ADVCICTISING G,1| which he was ever ready to. concede eral Assembly convened, That all ment thereon shall be a first lien'on j
I "n\ be paid for In Aclvanoe- In his profession as ,a lawyer, hew to others equal independence in contracts with persons of color shall the crops of all kinds in the ,cultivation -
L, s distinguished for his ability, in maintaining theirs. And extensively be made and of which such laborer'
One square, (12 Nonp: roll lines,)or less, for tho writing fully explained may have
flnt Incartlon_.."...'___"_"'" ?...... fl 00Kncli dustry and the earnest zeal with engaged through life, either in to them before two 'credible witnesses been employed : Provided, that eith-
unbfwqnent liiwitlon ............... 75 which he advocated the cause of'his public duties or professional pursuits which contract shall ,be in ef party shall bo .entitled' to an zip'- I
1 l ttt&to and Legal Notices to bo charged clients. we honor and appreciate the duplicate-one copv to be retainedby peal to the circuit court as in cases

except mhe.vne Notice tis tnuiRlent of UtainUsioii advertisements ns Admin-, At the firt popular election held I sense of moral responsibility under the employer and the other filed of- appeal: from Justices of the Peace.-
irtlrtwr, for which tCio charge: hall bo.. 19 00 for Judges he was elected Chief Justice whoso influence he, seemed to regard with some Judicial l officer of the Sec. 5. That if any person shall '
(hit c'.rS' Notice/I! / sad TrlOuton oC Respect by the qualified voters of the abilities, not merely 'ns an exclusive State and county iii which (the par- entice, i induce or otherwise,persuade
charged as ad verti-uviio'its.! \ State. This office he held until the possession a confided trust, and ties may be residing at the date of any laborer 'or employee ,to quit the
close of 1859, never having failed to was thus fiver ready to, yield his aid the contract, with the affidavit of one service of another,- to which ,lie'was!
THE SENTINEL attend the sittings of the court from and counsel to any cause, institutionor or both witnesses setting forth that bound bi contract, before the expiration : -
,. la the flii'y paper In Florida thnt \1. published sickness or other cause, and discharging enterprise promotive of the wel- the terms and ,) 'f three time a weel,l\n-lthor r'r..nn'rd.l Hn cub- its duties with promptness and fare and happiness of society. fully explained to the colored in said contract, he shall be guiltyof It
"crllii-rs tho reediest meAim. of obtaining: the latest adility. At the end of the term for 4. Resolved, That as a member of person, and that he] she or, they had a misdemeanor, and upon conviction
ni-wnby telegraph and mil's: : and full! 1'0-. which he was elected, he resumed the the Territorial and)State Legislatures voluntarily entered into and signedthe shall be fined in a sum not exceeding -
the Now York mid Southern Ifnrketn.It
pnrtenf will also give full repor of tho proceeding practice of law, and engaged' in its Judge BALTZELL rendered useful :and contract. And no contract' shall one, thousand dollars, or shall
of tho Liuliiluluro. The sentinel furnished to duties with all,thp ardor of youth. efficient service, and deserved well be of any validity, against any:personof stand in the pillory not more than
fiubtsrttiura ft*, the lowest living rates.PRINTING.. Judge BalUcll ,was firmly attachedto of A prominent member color unless so executed lull filed : three hours, or,be whipped not more
the1 Union of the States, and resis ,of the Convention which framed Provided, that contracts, for ,serviceor than thirty-nine stripes on the bareback
'JOE3 .. ted the movement of Secession and the original Constitution of the State, labor may be made for less time at the discretion of the jury.
i In connexion with tho Sentinel, we Intro n anTi'rtnr armed opposition, until he found the influence of his aid and counselsis ] than thirty days by 'parole' Sec. C. Bo it further enacted, That
I ant \tried ('amnrtmont of new Jobbing that the :South:: was threatened: with still impressetl.upon, its pages ; Sec. 2. And whereas; it is essential the provisions of this act shall be applied
:M,Itcrliil, and, ,arc prepared to execute every Oecrlptltm invasion by the North lie then gave while as a distinguished: member of .to the welfare and prosperity of to all contracts between employers
J (Of work til that lino with '. and"li'8'uirlu willing support to the' cause in the late Convention whose amended the entire population of the State, and employees relating to

.. ;Inks; fir pi Also luting on In hand colors n line carders assortment, by mall of ore which she was engaged. Constitution seeks to restore- Florida that the agricultural interest) 'be sustained the lumber, rafting or milling busi-
i pre'. will receive prompt attention. Onrprl- It would be impossible in such a a coeqnal member of the Federal and placed upon a sure basis, ness and all other contracts with
I 0119 are us low ao tho present high! coot of ntoikiinlninU brief sketch to do more than present Union his services were as important it is therefore enacted, that when any persons of-color to do labor and perform .
I if ) :' I uor and living will admit(.f, luid arc the prominent points of Judge Balt- as they were dlversifiell-yielding person of color shall enter into a coin service.
below the HoreiHi-tt. rates which rulo lu other zell's character and career. all the acquisitions] of study, the re- tract as aforesaid to serve 'as a lu/bor-i/ Approved by the Governor, January
lines of business.I lIe ]h'ecand\ died without a shadeof flection, the wisdom -of age, to secure er for a year or any other specified 12, 18M.
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I l suspicion restiug upon honesty ;any
)e lIlh of Jmlsre BaltzrllMccling
of thcr 'allahassec: JJir. and integrity of charactet. In tho the safety and tho happiness of his this State, if he rfiall refuse or neglect Sale of the Home of Henry
At a meeting of the members of various public offices which he held, country. And thus, having successfully to perform' the stipulations of Clay. '
duties devoh traversed the wide circuit of his his contract by wilful disobedience
he discharged tho ing From the Lexington Observer andReporter
the bar: at the Capitol Tallahassee
various obligations, and at length of orders wanton impudence or dis-
upon him, with honor to: himself and of yesterday we learn that \
Jan. 22d, ISflC, held on occasion of benefit to the State. vAs standing fully acquitted of them all, respect to his employer or'' his au- "Ashland," so long the home of lien-1

the death of lion THOMAS BALTZELL, a man, he was ardent in the crowned with patriotic glory by the thorized [agent, failure or ry Clay, hasbeen purchased by the
his Excellency;: Gov. D. S. Walker; pursuit of what he believed to bo last public act of his.long, laborious perform the work assigned to him, Trustees of the Kentucky University,

was called to the chair, and John B.Galbraith right, and this:ardor often gave him and exemplary career tomb,, he tranquilly idleness or abandonment of the premises at the cost of $90,000. The farm
the :appearance of impatience of all descended to the mourned by or the employment of the party contains about 325 acres of the best
.: requested to act as: Secre- who dilfcied from him. his friends,, lamented by the profes- with whom the contract was made, land in the bhie-grass\ region of Ken

tary. As 'a citizen of the State he was sion he dignified and adorned, regretted he-or she shall be liable, upon the tucky, and has acquired a national
On motion of Judge A. L. Woodward ever ,devoted toiler interests, and opposed by the community who had complaint of his employer or his' reputation from its having been so
which seemedto received the benefit of Jm influenceand made: under oath before any connected with the
a committee of three WitS appointed every [measure agent long memory of
resolutions compromise her honor or endan- the force of his example, and Justice of Peace: of-the county, to bo the departed 1 statesman _
I to prepare expressive ger her prosperity lie reposed the held in universal honor and lemem- arrested and tried before the crimi The Kentucky Agricultural School
tkc.sentwients: :> of the meet- brance-fit consummation of such a nal court of the county, and upon
highest degree of confidence in the which is under the patronage of the
ing. I. intelligence and virtue of the people.To life Finis, coronal Of cm" conviction, shall bo subject to all the State, as well as the other schools of
'j he chairman appointed Judge their,arbitrament he was*willing 5.< Resolved, That the domestic pains and penalties presuribpd for the the University, will be established at

J. 'Wavles Baker, lIon. A. L. Woodward t* refer all public issues, and to abide dingle, in whose relations Judge] BALT- punishment of vagrancy : Provided, "Ashland;" and it is proposed to begin -
the result with perfect,s Lmission.In ZEU, was so perfect a model, claimsour further that if it shall on such trialappear the Improvements on a most ex-
and lIon. A: J. Peeler said
as the various domestic relations, regard, and we respectfully tender that the complaint made is tended and !magnificent scale, one
corn mittee.'h his life was most exemplary, and the to his family tho assurance of our not'founded, the court shall dismiss that will do credit to our 'State, and
Tho committee reported the following and condolence, such complaint and give judgment in the
'II gloomwhich now rests upon his unfeigned sympathy serve as a monument to memoryof
p preamble'and resolutions: once happy homo is the strongest in their irreparable' bereavement and favor of such laborer against tho em- Mr..Clay. .
A dispensation Providence having evidc'nce of'his merits, and of the affection deep affliction. And the Secretaryof ployer for such sum as may appearto We understand that greater por-
recently removed the Hon. Thomas with which their remembranceis tin's eting is instructed to pre- be duo under the contract, and for tion of the farm will bo devoted to
Baltzell from the present sphereof chciished. sent to them a copy of these ,proceedings shch damages a? may be assessed by experimental farming, as- the best

existence, we, the members of the Animated by the sentiments which and resolutions, and pray their the jury., and most[ effectual means of securingto
bar of Tallahasse, who, for many the'contemplation of such and acceptance of the same. Sec. 3., That when any employeeas the students of the AgriculturalSchool
have: have enjoyed the benefitof character inspire! and desirous' of perpetuating 6. Resolved, That the Attorney aforesaid shall be in the occupancyof a thorough knowledge of practical -
years his inmedilteassociation and ex their influence, it is therefore General be invited to present a copy any house or room on the premises farming.

ample, deem it becoming the profes- of these proceedings and resolutions of the employer, by virtue of his Tho great object with the founders -
sion and justly due to one of such 1. Resolved, That deeply impressed to the Supremo Court at tho ensuingterm contract to labor, and he shall bo adjudged of this University is to furnish
,wt4a eminence, pure moral worth and sustaining by.this event we lament the bereavement respectfully soliciting tho Courtto to have violated his! contract ; the young men of the country the
dignity of character, long; clis- the profession sustains in order them to be entered on the or when any employee as aforesaid most ample facilities for obtaining a
tingushed for ability and merit indifferent the loss of one of its most upright, record, and farther! that they will authoiize shall attempt to hold possession of I thorough education, and in order to
of public service learned and venerated members, who the publication of the sameas such house or room beyond the term accomplish this: object, .no effort will
to render departments/ somo appropriate tribute throughout his long, active, and varied an obituary notice of the late, Ex- of contract, against the consent of be spared in obtaining the most em-
to his memory-offering it in career, constituted so conspicuous Chief Justice in the next volume of the employer, it shall be the duty of inent talent in the various depart-
1 the spirit of spontaneousness and sincerity a part of its distinction, supported its ,the, State llepoits. the Judge of the criminal court, upon ments of the University: whether
which alone imparts value to inherent dignity, and so sedulouslyfostered 7. Resolved, That the press of the tho application of the employerand chemical, scientific, or practical.We .
commemoration.The its emulative and inspiiing State is hereby solicited to publish due proof made before him, to hope that the State Legislature
public death of an individual so pride ; who alike eminent for his abilities these proceedings! and resolutions in issue his writ to' tho Sheriff of the will at once make appropriationsfor
inent will cause a strong sensation ,' and esteemed for his .virtues, honor of the memory of our late jcn- .1 court!:, commanding him forthwith to the benefit of the "AgriculturalSchool
throughout the State, but more especially equally,won admiration for his zealand erable, Chief Justice. eject the said employee and to put ," and that the peopl of the
in that part of it in which the devotion to his clients, and proved The( meeting was'I"eloquently addressed the employer] into full possession of State will liberally give the funds
portion of the life of the de i himself also W9rthy of abiding confidence by Judge A. L. WOODWARD, tho premises: Provided, three days necessary to erect all suitable build-
greater ceased has been passed. as a Judicial Magistrate, ,by SASI'L. J. DOUGLASS and lIon. previous notice shall be given to the ings. At least $1,000,000 should beapplied
I Baltzell native' of his conscientious fidelity* to. Justice Judge employee of tho day of trial. in this way.-Louisville
Judge removed was in a and the Law. M. D. PAPY. The chairman also, Sec. 4. That if any erson em- Journal.
j but early man-
Kentucky '
Resolved That earnest before putting the question\ on the ploying the services -or labor of an- .
hood, in the autum of the year 1825, 2. eloquent, when customer
to Florida, where his indomitable en- persuasive and convincing as an advocate adoption of the resolutions, spoke other, under contract entered into as A sharp grocer, a
and perseverance soon placed wise and faithful as a coun- feelingly of tho character and memo- aforesaid, shall violate his contract who vas buying a gallonof' molasses -
him ergy in tho front rank of those whoaspired sellor, he'was as remarkable for clear, ,of the deceased. The resolutions! by refusing or neglecting to pay the observed in the that a good deal re-
mained after it
ry measure was
to lead in public affairs. comprehensive and vigorous intelli- stipulated wages or compensation
Ho was'a member of the Territorial gence, as diligence of investigation were, .unanimously- adopted. agreed upon, or any part thereof, or turned, remarked. "There was some
Legislature of 1832 and that of and, argumentative power. As" D. S. WALKER, Chm'n.J. by turning! off the .employee before in the measure" before I drew your

i844, and a member of the' saint associate Justice the'Court of Ap* B. GALBRAITH,.Secretray. the expiration of the term, unless! for. your gallon. J

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mti.1tt1tt1Y. ITIiij. ltobcl'tValltcr.. I'loridii lo ho Colonized by -Presentation of Gov. Marvin's' Cre s BY TELEGRAPH. ,,

rnthtd. "I-'rcctl en" dentials by Senator Doolittle.A #;
We are very much giatilhd d to learn KEWsl

that this worthy and eminently efficie'lit We are fojced! to lrlipvo.lbnt' the Scene! la the,U. S. Senate. LATE rORfclGiY

Edwin A. Hart, & W, A. Shober 'gentleman has beets appointed Snperlnlen scheme so 'I Ions cheilshed by our vlndic- .-- '. \

EDITORS PfOPRtETOna.a dentofllio, Pen ncoh\'nnll Geol'lla.1tn'n.Road live enemies, of; coi t l1.lng" Florida with The Washington correspondent of the COTTON DECLINED.

.. : AND He,bns'accel'fI'd the position,' and freed} negiors, Is ceitninly, and speedily to Macon Telegraph, writing on the 20lh Instant Important froi a Washington.

bo carlicul into successful operation ; DooLITTLge of Wisconsin
[ } says, Senator ,
has cntereM, ditties -
the of
7'11L7.AtLa59IBIC: : e npcui
though probably not,nojn a bundled; 1 of presented yesterday the credentials LAW ENLARGING THE TOWERS :
JANUARY his offic ., Maj."AVALXFA Is a Vitginlnn ,
TUESDAY, 30, 18S6. the, people' Florida| i is nwaro that such a of Governor MARVIN, of Florida\ ,' Selllllor OP TIlE FUEEDMENS'
...: by truth: but more lecpiilly front I Missou.l '
--- Ho iiiensiu I is 1 cing perfected by the! Radical elect fiom Flm id.t'. Iu doing, this he BUREAU PASSED. t.
(. was a Major I In Iho United Stales ,
Agents for the :Plorili: Sstuiaal.Mr. mnjiiriiy in Cnnaie"s, aided or prompted; said
Army in Mexico, where ho, l'eceivecL a : \
D. Hi VtLso, nt Quinsv. piobably, by Major' General HowAttD, I desire to say that personally I have WASHINGTON, Jan ,2o.-The Senate today '
wound from which ho is still sullVicr.'
Mr. THOMAS Jrsims, nt Mndisnn.Jfrssrs. a I Chief of the Fteocbnens1! Bureau.: known this' Gentleman for nearly thirty l passed! lfie bill enhiglng the \posters;

DREW & OAKLET, at Jackson- When tha Federals, overt nn Miesoii.i he, ; TRDMBDIL and o: his character and blah eland- of the Ft'eed:, 1111l'l'nn. .
On lie ITih instant Me. of years
ville. came out to this! Stateand\\as mostlavoi- ing during: that period l, and of hU, loyally The House adopted, a lesolution instrnotin" -

Maj. F. C. 'RAnnrTT, nt Oairesville.Mr. ably) ku.owuin ibis',city last winter He Illinois, from the Judiciary
(J. E. JOHNSON, at Monticelln. ,reported to the: Senate: tho bill "lo 'en- during:; all this stitisglc, it gives me great Columbia to report[ a bill excluding!! from

Mr. .V. L. STROMAS, at Cpntiexille.Important left hereafter the sun endcr, paid! a'i.iL age' the FI'c ',,11t1ells' Bnirau." On tl'te'follottin'tlt pleasure to bear testimony. Ills BPI vices the right of snlFiflije parties in HIP Dl.s ,
h __ to his fonnW I romo In MNsotnl, and now taken ns a judge of the United! States in the tract tvho'were' volmitaiily in the set vice .

i plums to make his'home in our midsl .... yie) bill I, nt'S up, dis-. District of Florida for many years are of the late CnnfederacyaThe "
COI'r !! cnsoeI"II.nltlJlq,2.3lh! and hE'n [lasspd, the His ability discussion: of the Constitnlionil t
filling one of Ihe most (ilnlnm'tint positions known to .whole country \
We give: below same very important! for the inteiefclsof the State It prh'videsj.' for the extension of the as a judge ins;the administration of our basis i of miieseiitaiion amendment Wits

correspondence, as will be seen. The iecogniiion Buieau l toll !lie lebellioiioilr ales wheiefieedmen laws and admiralty jurisdiction i are resumed. Ihlrill! the debate. Mr. U n>'{'
;Maj.( WALKER is a thoioui;!1 Engineer: known not only to this country but to the hat, who Is a member of the it ecuflsit hie- .

: of Governor WALKER as constitutional and bits been connected with tome of the tnay) be, making'Lwelve' Dio- wnilUj j for one, of the bent
Goyeinof of the Slate, is ole It lets, eachliaving Assistant C'ommis.i published on admiralty jurisdiction irmchi9 under, consideration another, i endniPiit
most lailruads'and
!impoitani( rtHeipiise.sin I.
morp step In lh'l'E'StOI' lloli of our poliu sioner, &c., &c. often quoted in the courts of Utvalnnd! of thin; Cotiitilution [pioteeliiig the I rishts

teal lights ; and thd cord in I co-operation the United States, lie is a gentleman Tire important feature of the bill is as well ai in our own was WI it.ten by hint of nil persons, white or black, which had,

of lilipe business capacity, much expeiiencein And, sir, it is With great pleasure thai I not hetelofoi.p,: been enf treed, oWiiU In a
cf ibo anihoiities of tl.e United this It diiccts the, President to reserve
Stales :
: III U enact laws
i railroad mallois, of indoniilnblo can say it-and upon this subject, in my want, ( power Congress :
pledged Icttpr of Mr. HUNTER Act for Frpc.t11l1'1I. au.l Union lel'ttsecs unoccupied \ that .
incite ; will 1 noel enersynnd we foel confident! mind! there is a very great distinction fur pu.'poseMr.
ing Secretary of State, is iratif)'ing". that lOsiiH ill\ [ in Fun lda. Mississippi! ) and IIP is capable and, willing to tale the oalh Home, of Pennsylvania, and, Mr. .
( appointment\' must I great Nicholson nf Delavvaie, fl v/ll'.Ith" admission -
Ours worthy :Executive: now act Aikansas, not exceeding in all 3tJOOOOOdCI ) which Congress has- proscribed as bellil : ,
I : may, benefit to the !interests> of lie roml! tIlth necessary to bo taken .by every iliember of Southern repi.esettin'/ives\ in
with that freedom which e's of good -latid: -each ,freedman or
should ever. attach which he isnow'conuecleil. We C'JngI'aL' : of Congress and of Ihe Senate when they order that they Ini:.\ht participate in tlio

to 'his high oflico i : ttlate President llousxiiux on theappoinlment ; fauifly to have' forty acres at ,such' reut enter, this body. For "myself! Mr, I shnllI.e debate on quest! ms so deeply; aiTVeling: ;

: ** V : DKPAnT3IKltTnF''TATI'! as may: be am\,eed .upon, with the privilege prepared) at this momenl' to ask'that Iho intpiesls of HIP Southern people.WASUISCJTO.N .
.' t WASHINGTON ( l and welcome! Alaj WALKED backin he In and i' the Jan 24...:Un the Senate;
Jnnnnry 18th, 1808.. J of pin chasing! 5 also extend i: g military should be sworn at once.;
Topis'Excellency i D. S:WALKER, ', our midstlilhlI'aqll hearts I'icednieii. h'loinheis of the Senate knew him as 1 to'llayll' IlsIIII otfoied n joint! re. en to the in ill cases
,, CGvornor .. protect Io\\ him, I can h.itdly conceive that Lion for the amendment, of the Cnnsntiij
\ .6. ,, of the Slate of Florida
I Em: By direction of the President, I hate the WOOl'. WALKLR. has ahpoirued- Rev wliein discrimination! I is made against' there would, l be any objection. But, sir, lion, pioh'ibilina; tit 'appnipr'nii.m' of
honor herewith to rnnamlt to !them on account of color. fiom defetence lo the opinion'-' others money for the payment for slates or, for
of M. Hobbs ofn col01
y OU n copy n L. foimeily Chaplain -
coramunfcntlon who MIIround ute'tiliO desire fnl'lhI'lilllc any debt contracted' t in behalf ot the te-
section the
which 1ms been nJdrcsral MoieovrrJ: the hfih of bill :
to Ills l\Pitllnm'Marviy: ; Jute"rrmlrlnnnl, 'ed. regiment! stationed beie, arid now follows to look into the question which rmiceins bellion, .wh chi was I'eferl ell to the Judiciary i.

Governor of in 'charge: : of' the educational depailmentof ( provides as : the Slates in which" Ihe iiisimebtioiihas Ci'nuaittee.

Hexed of tho trust Floildn.-n heretofore hereby he Tina been re- the Fieedmcn's Bureau, to be Superintendent That ( he pus-ses o'y! 'titles* anted.; In, existed, I shall not make' that motion The discussion of the bill for the enlaiaement -
reposed In him and
' pin.Bianco ot Mij ir fen.! Slyi'plan's-\ special at this lime, but I intend to make a mo of 'th a ponpisnf the Fieed-
directed to deliver
'" the Into your Excellency posjctslon of the Schools for Freedmen to I Held, 11,11', i dated, nt Snv.imi.ilr: ; Ja1uaty ; lion which, iar the present, will dispose of nieiiH1 Binecin \vasicsunvpdaud tontmued, .

trust. papers nnd property' relating" 10 tbnt be e tabli.hed'un r the .Act itcenlly 10, 1503; ale hereby. coiifliined nnd this question. Beloie' \ do ng so, however, until ndjouinment. 'f

I have the honor tender passed by the I>egii>latnie. made valid. ;\lr.l'resjlpl11', I desire lo slate, that 1 call -- .
lion of the Government of tbo you United -State oj'ra-! 4L Now, as !is w"li known) .the President, do so in no bettor form noi clearer Ian- ARKIA'AL, OF TIIU JAVA AT NEW! I
Senator MirvSii.! ; than bv quoting what <>'as said by' YORK.! I ,
in ) mage
.wherever it mny bo found iiooimary in ed'ectlng \the exeK'ise. ot'a higher;:; luililaiy :authutity '
him when Provisional Governor he tins
the cnrly restoration npd tho .-The Kc'YOI'J k JfcrnlcTa than Onn. Sitt.r.M.\x ,
permanent pionpor- i Washington : prs.pssedi;
about to; i elite and snr> eiider tIe, acltlJ ill- LIVERPOOL: COTTON: MAtt1 ET.:
Ity nnd w ef! ro of the State.'over. which }on have rorreSpondent wi'iles till 11e, 17lh, that subspqiiptilly) d'uected tbntall the lands istialion "affairs! of'ilie! Slate of Florida.."
teen called to I'I'e.'hlc. NEW,TORK. Jan. CO.;: -The 3tpjmhipJava : .
I ha\o the honor to bo, Senator MARVI.V, of Floiida, JOIIJT VAN seized under 1 1Is, older! be suneiideted lo Senator DOOI.ITTLE quoted 'at length with Liverpool dates of tlitf'lllli,

With grcnt respect, BUKES and ROBOT DALK OWIN: had nfl I their o':nets unless titles Imd been given from the Valedictory Address ,of Governor has lived.) '

Your most obedient servant, jnteivtew i wilb the: evident on that day. under, dice Conns ,of Innut the Senate! MARVIN- the Legislature ntlll people The sales of .cotton on Sa'nrday! thus
"* 'w. The WhIte 13lh were 7,000 bales, the mat ket closing;
t UUNTKB, Jlouse was Ihionnpd hue entire apbtimes power. both the Execuli\e of Floi hula, to which he I teferted.
easier, and quotations hl'tlg! barely maintaiued. -
;iF Acting Sccrctniy.DEPABTMBXT day, and scores were compelled! to leave nnd Judicial DI'Ial'llIlel'ls|, of the Govein- The conespoudenl of the Telegraph '

: op STATE, 1. without obtaining! an inteivie-.v. utenC,' cuulemns the aulhotily of the furir.or sites, that' was a noble act on the part '

WAsni.NOTo.f, J.inniiry 18th, ]806.. 5, '. .----- and annuls its acts. of a Republican) Senator, gracefully doir NEW YORK MARKET. 1
To His
Excellency WILLIAM JlAnvi.v, Private I 2 on rtii n ;, U is w'01 thy of special note that at the, But what respouse,djd it call forth 1 Mr.SUMNKR NEW YORK. Jan 20( Cotlon is steadyat

Bin: The lime Go\eniorofihoStnt'oofFlorida hns, arrived when, In the jnd: -, We call attention lo HIP advertisement Annual Meeting! of the, nUll I'll of Diicctois -. of Massachusetts to his shame Gold 47)to 130 48 7 cents 8. chiefly! hatter : ..

n-cntof tliorreHldontof tho United States, thy : of Mis. J. H. ALSTON, tyring( to ieceieprivate of (lie A.meiic.iirCulun/.atinu! Society be it snid, with that utter disregard of all NEW YonJan. 25.-The steatWi'pIlibeinian '

care nnd conduct. . of Florida "l.o toth'o '
may remitted cunsntntlonh'' Gt-n. HOWASD Chief the dates to the 13th in-4.
of Fieediiiens' cencies of life which characterize him .
authorities chosen
by tho jicoplo thereof, with" Tlie Liverpool: cotton ninrket I Paul declined
out dnngcr to the pcncoand safety of the Unlied Buieau, expiesved: 'his desire to knew rose and ulandeied the people of Florida :
three fouiths to
one pct"punlill.
States. Hj direction of the 1'reol
you oro rello'o from Ibo ti'net which was he'o, r The Washington sending co'oied' Wren lo Florida theme to
; correspondent' ihe \h\
tofore reposed hi.ou, on Provisional Governor of New YOlk ITcralil says thaI flile the be enlom,ly'l'l1." ,, tirade about what'lie' called the disloyalty 000 bales Middling! Oi'leans: sold uf20il.per ,
the Sta cot Plot Ida. 11 tho U .
vole (lie bill As the, in both Houses >? market cloiing steady. ,
on anthotizingnegrosrra o majority ,
;: of people of Florida and
Whenovi r the Governor elect shall halo be,. ) reheated :S.::! 5 20' 64 1 _' to (05 ,
como quallflcd to tiler barge the duties of tho ex' in the Dibtiict of Columbia, 'wan being of Uongi ess hnlhp power to lass his stale and silly falsehoods! about The Spanish 1t1 genls had defeatedthe

e uU'vo' olHco, you 'will transfer tho papers (alien in the House of Repieoenfatives Tni'MBCLLw bill 'o \'el' the, l'l bidellt'8 the ilt liea'.ment of the negroes LOW In Covet; nnueut, lioops, though oincial

mid properly of tho State now In your custody' the gallrtiies were filled with anxious speclators veto, if it becomes necessary,' it is alto that State. despatches say the insurgents" wet e'ells.
to His Excellency Governor elect. com'aged! and leti earing.
and listeners of. both colors, the gethe.1 probable tint it will become a law "All debate on tliat sul t'et'lis of
It given me especial pleasure to convey lo you The late gales have been very disastrous
the President's nuknowledment o'f the fidelity, blacks preponderating, however. The i'l spite of all lemonslianco. or opposi- course out of cider then ; but at the to the shipping. Tho' Resolute,"

tho Jo'nltnnd discretion which hn\emaiLed pns.fipe of the bill was hailed w itlr such tion. \ q proper' time, the people of Floridaill be f"m, Mobile for '

your administration. hofslpinus and prolonged applause on the r. vindicated from the unjust aspersions of lay. .
You will please give me n reply,specifying the floor that The Order ,ol Gru. Cinnit, &c. was found to be leaky _
SppnkeColix lust las "
day on which this communication Is received. temper, The General, del' dated-January J2th," Ibis vain and empty, ptetender. The! TiHtmnA other journals haling
future '
1 lime the honor to bo, said that he'would not in at by Uen.. GIIA.VT, Js said, to have; been i issued attributed the,: lit) e.stu'e in the ,uu"+ey
Your tl'mpt' to the A New Simmer. mal ket lo ti o heavy to Amei icit
Excellency's niostoli't sv't,., Biippiess galleries unless for, the protection) of Southern ( exports
W. HUNTER, members behaved themselves. on ciedit the, commercial I men published
Jubilant Unionists in certain l"calitiei,., but itI il! Tl.o'"Sylvan > Shore" is put upon tIe letters refuting the and showing -
argument, .
Secrelnry Radicals rushed into the ; Savannah
< -; .-- lobbies, the halls be noticed that all irliiiary comtuandors line between anti Jacksonville. that I leinill.iiices 11"inn, Ameiica have

'| Tile 4 Late Judge altzell.We and 1.hoIal bet shops; and gtasped] the ate also ordered 'to protect 6olnred; persons She is commanded by ()I\t.( JAS. TUCK beoi most-prompt., The heavy receipts:

Lands: o." I Ihoioijshbred freedman of cotton are set oil the British
greasy OI'pl'Y "fotn: prosecutions) when chal'ge.i.with. en, recently of Madison; and nell Known agdinat
publish today, the proceediugs of the found jn those localities( Com. exports
> toe Tallahassee Bar the occasion offences fur which vhitt' persona are not111'lIFe'cnlp genei'ally. The Savannah JKepubUcan sa\'s .
ing down from the galleries! bid |'.I\! Ides \ of her :
the decensp of Judge BALTZELL. The or punished' Jhe: same manlier Passage: Of tlio IVcgro Suffrage
I jostl loftily) against the biab-boin damesof '
Matianna Courier \ and do"tee.' We cannot see'hul\' The Steamer ;Sylvan!! Shore" arrived Hill. '
edited by a relative of this Distiict", and trod upon their d'a-: lieie from New York yesletday afternoon
the deceased under this otiler/i/ the militaijj coiinnai.di 'W ASUlIiOTOIi, Jan 18.-The discussion i .
that he lead c.
stales Ianwith I pery with an air of divine right In thestreet I. under command of Capt. JAS. TUCKER. 9 .
lion/ : John J. Crf tenden. In' the hobnobbed ors in the Southern States can at all limes Tho "Sj'(Ivan Shore" was built'in 183G, of the snlliage bill in the House was ended -
year cars I hey with today nnd the bill annd the a
success passed ,
1825 he came to Floiida in avoid a conflict with the civil authorities ; and has been for several years in Ihe naval
company with most intense etcitement. Votes were I
Congressmen and familiatlr
of Ihe United
that : service! Stales Siucehpl'
OoveiiiorDuval first locating bnl1' sincerely trust such n con- then taken the motion to lay on, the
: at Webb- In (he faces of the heretofore ruiingrnce release from Government employ she on

ville, Jackson county Having pi'actised The solo remaining of the diet, may nel'eCCLlI'. has been Ihoioiiohly! repaired andieflt- table. Thiswas strictly a party vole,
hope of
Next the motion when the
In reply to tho application;! of Gov. ou postpone!
in West Florida few he led. Messrs. Clnghorn and Cunningham
a yeais, I'emol"t'qto ,
the Distiictis! In the PI'e ldpnt.. : conservatives voted with the extreme
PARSONS of Alabama requesting that her present owners, intent placing her
Tallahassee where be ever ...
\ aflpt'II'llI'Ilsresided. ---- -- radicals, as tb'!y did ou the succeeding

He!" was 61 years of age on thoflt'st CENTRAL LEE.-- Gen. Robert E, "lee is the troops mae'bc witlyliawn and the. militia J on hll's the, River line between Her accommodations this city and for St. (pioposition' to recommit: with instructions'

ot' July last., -,. now on a "visit 'to Richmond 'in connectionwith aimed, Gen. GRANT now says : paSSengers ate of a superior character, lo amend by (preset ibing pl'opl'rly and educational

ihe interests of WoMiington Collude! Fo"1! the present and until there I i.s full embracing; six state rooms and thirty six qualicaiicns.! Itotb these mo- ,
lions were defeated, and the question of -t.
security eqniiably maitilainiii the bet
fur first class tits, while her gpnpl'aluutfit
Helenso of Gov. Allison. Larso fubsciiptions' have been made indisciimtnate / in the District I
and negro suffrage:
lights safety of all classes of tiii/ens is list( class. The following are
The citizens of Florida, especially those to the fund of tho college'lately.. C, II: In the Slates lately in ipbelliun> ; I would) the dimensions :Length 150 feet, with was brought to a square" issue.
of this immediate section, iI1 be' highly McCormick of Chieng'6:t donated 10,000, lecnmmend the withdrawal, of the 24 feet beam and 8 feel depth' of !told When the (final vote was taken inem-

: ? and the United, Stales trnops, from lliem., Tlie length 'of buder' -low pi essui'e-22 feel ,,7 bees left their sea's and stood knotted in
gratified to learn that Hon. A. K., AILI- additional sum of9,000asrnis\ ? groups, listening intern ly to J '.
hutiiber of inteiior partisans: nth lit be feel 6 inches in diameter, carrying: 40 I'I'el'yote,
SOl has been released from Fort Pulas- ed fn Baltimore, and $8,000 in the Valley. reduced( bu1 n moveable fmee, suOleientlo (pounds of steam j 30 inch cylinder, 8 feet or standing by their d,,- ks (pale with; e<-

kl. The Savanrab Herald, Friday, notices Virginia bisin'e IrttiKiuiliiy sh'nuld ho retained stioke. She is provided with two life cilement', and when the result* was /1'1 i-

the arrival of several distinguished -- sf ll'hile inch a force is retained is the South boats and a full supply' of life preserver. nounced Ihe irrepressible( negro ill tho

that LVThp Qnitman Eanntrls the title of doubt the piopiietv of pulling arms in The Chief Engineer is ;Mr. Edmund Moot e. gallery greeted it with tumultuous ap-' .
gentlemen in and
city, says : I Please, fur which the speaker '! .
tlie hands of the militia. She is as neat a little craft as we have np.llmanded
'Hon. A. K, ALLISON, ex, Governor of a very 'handsome, :new paper started at seen in a long time, and cannot fail to become !- the'House in-leal Qf clea. lnr .

Florida; who has been confined .at Foil I-flemishing town of Qniln'.nn, Ga., by WThe new Aimy bill before Con- very popular with the 'traveling Ihe galleiies. Tho susjpnsebeing| ended,

Pulaoki, also l arrived, and Is stopping at F, R. FILES foimeily of tie Monticelln.f giess fixes (ho cumber i' of troops in the public. 'to the membeis' left the hall II'iLhlllti"lclhinadj'IIIU "

the' Marshall Hoflse." /' '. Jlr.: F. is "bound": to succeed iegularaimy dinlns peaco times, at M,- i CO.VOBESSIOSAI.i ,

"j' -. 'any newspaper enterprise, \\heiher in 000. It will probably FACTS FOE TUB PEOPLE.-The reportof
20. Senate
'. the Freemen's Bureau, which has just to-day,
Fluilda Georgia or clsewheie.- ---- --
I Sear, the Ventriloquist. : was engaged lu a discussion of the hill ,
J3TTlie sle ehing was excellent! in New been made, shows that the government enlarging the (privileges i of the Fj eodm'en's

This accomplished) necromancer bad a York the IGih and ITili i issues every: day 3,350 rations to the Buican Mr
ST. NARKS A.ID New' ORLEANS.-We city nn and the negioes GnthuIe,- tlf Kemucky,

large audience last night at Gallia Hall, pre inform ed that two till i Streets and Central Park were throngedwith !in the District of Columbia, besides made a conservative speech !itv opposition (
...whom he amused and astonished by bisextraoidhiary soon sleighs keeping them" well supplied with clothing : he looked uiiii) It as an invasion! of '
commence running regulaily between St- the lights of the
I : Stales, calctilnitng: to
performances. lIe uillesliibit :- fuel and medical attendance.
to. :Marks and New Orleans, touching at Ap- 'WTII ir9I'aph of Informer iiiiiaie lather, than quiet the ,feelings of
night, and .tomorrcw night tor Macon 'l the 2Ith, times, these negroes lived at (Iheh1 the people .

>('the last lime here. /fhe Hall has been pa1ab.Fnticola. i says traills81'e to commence I Punning own expenses, and supported themselvesby & .

'. ( thoroughly!; cleaose'd Bad,edited, and noimproper CecnTlteSuprern- + Court through. to QhattgiiongJi in that_ day, their own. labor In the latter days Mrs, DOUGLAS, widow of tho"", l late"Sent
persona are admitted to the ? *' oiitof' they ator Douglas, is to be maniedoii the 30ih
; are'tsuppoited :
of Fo'idTill! hold a Term at Jacksonville thousand Northerners they 'IJUblio
t7 Fifty will!
Of insiant, Biig Gen Williams
to A A! Gen.

will performance., go, to see Sear! courser"now or every never"body, i ".on the second' Tuesday In February ant hate winter visited, New Orleans* during' tie, ,pres people Treasury, ; _outs of,..the'Ii) pockets, of. white Aral War U.Department.S.. A., who is now' ,.on' duty; at" the

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Tariff, Taxation and Manu- Gamin rout Jobber*, (1.1 ,008.283 (From tlio N. Y,Herald, .1nn.18.I' TEAS-Tho erode: offering li sufficiently ndo MCKIBBIN/ & ALLEN .
...;. : Add ttinlrproflt, 10 per oont, 112,600,8 qnnto/ to mart nil present demands. Wo quote .
Fillibustering in Mexico. 60 $1 00 and Iintorlnl '
factu'rer's. Profits/ t --- Oolontf ntllil; Hjnondt Jl a -
; onntis cost holmnlo moi-elmntil, 'J,231. 15111 nt $1 40 II $1 00 iiorlb. '. 1 .
On in tho Add their profit 10 per Olt, 12J,767,51: '1"I'npUTNR-Spll'lt. $1 *> P" imllon..
I'ohango Louisvlllo
"Croat Cry nnd I.lttleVool.." 'V/II'llv-lI"rllllf the poet week the demand HAVE NOW IN STORE
Courier facts and Goods cost retail ""otol' $1,3D 1.382,0,!3 from llni, 'Interior for remitted) whisky win very
presents some Add their prollt, 10 percent, l.iOlia,2C.t :News .of an exritinpr: charactercomes gill, and Inr/e ffdnvirnmud?. It,'etlllud whlfl.. ",
: Icy)ls'setling nl tl M n tl "J rot trillion. 'Illorgi'ule.
speculationson'these which JJio
; topics! fools coot coo lImor., $l 497,41:$[4 to ItS from tho Grande nro lulling from $J to Jo; per 11"11011. The dud Handsomest
are interestingA : IJeduct original! cost of goods, 1,123,08,181! border. It i h to tho effect that an Largest '

mitdlotn, --- nrmed patty: eslimatod! l all the New Voi'It niaVkct. ,
; fact fallowing yrofll! t to $ 872.3016"1 way
very startling illustrating. Coin purl n the piolltii ofmld.lleniuii shown IJ.> from one to four hundred men, Nsw Yonit Jnn. 19, 1800. '
tho tifofits derived by cotton manu the two stiuuinuiita wo hnvo 60 10 BO fur western trade brands '
t : wlirtlier Americans or Mexicans or FLOOR-IS R | ,
Profits of middlemen with tariff: ; and toutlicru. Market
fiicturea .which known to be and JIOji $10 50 cxtnt fiincy
nro I'roQtaof( middlemen WithOut tulllT. :,3U1'IOl both H not stated, but 'It any rate dull. "
en lends; arisen in tho siuglo'article -, in'torost the Hixun-Pnlen 300 lihdn Cuba lli\14o..
Dittbronconqatnattitritr, 8i'i,4.W,450!: : in the of republicans BaastvAx-saleq 1100 Iba. Southern: lit 4So pertb. DRY GOODSEVER
of print cloths, which sell at 20 Ity comparing thus statements Mill further, 1 and reported t(' have I .
cents-'per yard ;j' it takes seven and wo Bud tho cent of cotton and wojlen goods. i 'TAttow-8! 110,000 Ibs. at 1 1.2" 131.2c.
commanded the American
cnniiumura M follow : been by Ib.HplrllsofTitrpontino.
ono-half yards to weigh a pound, With ft larlir $2r!;05,043,413 General Heed, crossed, from tho per quiet at 07nl02o. KcsltillmRil
honco tho value 'of the Without a tnrllrVhat -- dul OFFERED FOR SALE IN FLO.
raw cottonin \ tho tariff costs tho people, S08,470:07 'rexas'Bile, of the Rid Grande to the ( -wet Bnltcd Dil3o.

tho dollar body of the goods* 'is equal io In other words, the people are taxed Mexican town of BajjdaM, at the WJIIMKY-Mnl'kct and AVi'ntcrn. qulut at $2 20 n $2 23 for UIDA,

one and a half. for tho benefit and river in .
$898,470,207 mouth of tho ono night ---,

All standard prints can be mado privilege of having a high tariff'.- the beginning of tho present month, New Vork Dry Goods Plarttct. Consisting in part of

at a full profit of eight cents perynr.l The most liberal calculations possible surprised and ma.lo prisoners of New Vimit TInY Goons E\tn\ aBt
after Non 40 and bl 1'.trk IMucn, Jan.J3,181)0.) SJOnmRH'I'RrcPII.
allowing taxes, and everything exhibit that the of the Drown and Bleached
on importations imperial garrison, numberingabout : } Muslins,
that enhances the cost oft cotton and wolcu goods! the Government two hundred, and captured flrown, shetiSnhunit hulls, A, 311:; *
.production. This is the manufaoturor's !'!RlmwiniitSl 1 2, rnonwi't, t[, 2ai; rocn-upt, K:,
\. ,docs not derive excelling $)03,- the jdico., After getting the town 2R; 1'iH'nwot 41l11nrh.( 3212. Blenched Bhlrllniiii, Jaconet,

gain; but after obtaining an 182,318 in which deducted in their possession, it is said they Xew Y rk Mills, rj; 1-2; nnrrian, No. 1, 38; llar-
almost tariff and currency, rte No.2. 32 1.2; Uoltiinhln, A, 21; Caine, 21.I'i'intaMorrltnaclc .
prohibitory carrying .from tho abovo amount, &St)8,. proceeded' to.plunder the stores, W. 2S.j I'nolllo, 20; Alton, Cambric, and
i prices so high as to invite importations 23 1-2; Victory 22 Wnniriittn; 21. Uuliiliicg,
() shows what is their! into Tex-
470,320, a huge sum sending spoils over Ilnmlltoii Woolen Uo, 20; iniiltnn Mnnuf.ip.
under tariff is it
this not pocketed by the manufacturers I by ns. On tho following morning. 'nrtuvCo.,23,/ Olothllm.-Oh..uo'v, 28; Unit- Swiss Muslins
ntroiiioua for such a class of men to f rd, 211. Cnntnii (Kin ucls- .'..",",,,, F, 42 1.2i; ,
means! of tho tarifl'-bcing no le.-s French rrt'iti-of-v/ar opened firo on Hamilton, 37 1.2; Kimhiin 80 Ielo-Amos.. 9

ask Congress to further increase this than $705,28i 17 annually. the town and tho captors were driven kcal, A, CO; Ainn.k'ng, Ii\, 65. Birlpi' -Amnakoai Canton Flanao
t.lriff altogether fO; Hayinikcr, Thorndlku, 3i 12.
by prohibiting imports This sum is "nearly equal to one- to the upper portion of it where, at IVnlmB-roarl! lllvcr, 54; Now Yoik,40; Wide

I ? These manufactures have third of tho entire public debt, and tho dato of last accounts, they wei'd World atoms I. 37 1.2. _."..". .-.--.- _- Tickings,
amassed wealth in the
groat past equivalent to a tax of 20 upon evt,l'y defending their position. About
two years, and aro now seeking ft [hw .t1vcxUcm; l r11.
man, woman and child, including negroes thirty were killed on each side. It Blankets,

prohibitory tariff, regardless: of the in the entire United States. was reported that thirteen hundred
fact that their nicked is tending
policy This is what the tal'ifi'costs the imperialists'wero on the way from Grand: Lo'Tge of I. O. O. F. Cloths and -
to the interests of others
I.destroy country in dry goods vloncn tax sufficient HatunvTos to Bigdad, for tho
r .and the classes ; ".""" ""h Thn illlcora and members of tho
' oppressing poorer to all the expenses of the purpose of endoaving; to rocnpturo <-.Orltl\(1 -'IK" of I. O. O. F. of tho >i.Ladies' .
witn enormous' taxes for their .i_ ?, ?. _._.T Stiitii' Florida nun hereby notified,
ag- Government, and the entire public the latterplaco.. The imperialists ">>,"...'" Hint thpiti will:! bo a ineotlinj thu
graa izement. Tho same class of evacuated Grand I.od'-M In tld, cltv, on Wednesday, tho
{ vociferating debt, in four and a halt'j"ea1"*, or buy are said to have nguiu 2Sth day of February, 1SOO. A lull attendance In

protectionists lire loudly nil\ the railronds iu the country. Monterey, after driving out General desired nn biiiiliiciiH nl Imnnrtnnco 111 Iw transncled. -

< for the opening up of Japan to ... and fallen back to' San Hy urdur of It. V. SSBI.I., G. M., Dress Goods
----- ,hail, 21: '0(1( a. lU.\ i ir.K. (I. N.
our commerce( regardless of cost, Scainlov DooIiUIii's &pc ch. Luis i'otosi.

t while they are as loudly demandingthat ;: The Washington con polldtl\t; "f I the .. PRIVATE BOARD I'IG. French Merinos

America bo ..nlu. .T. II. ALSTON": I I" piep'iied to mcomiii ,
'cooped up" exclusively
New York llcraU wilting on tho 17th jrTlme Atlanta lutnlligcnccr !
: says mnilnto II 'trout or twenty tiny bonrdvr. nt
to herself for the benefit instant :. that silver and I copper ore have been luti toiililoncc minor tlie Mctluulliit! Ohm'eh.11I this
of the few at the of tho city, :Shore nUo pri'paied\ tn eiitrrtaln trunnlentciiitomiTK. English Merinos ..
I expcnso Tho speech of Senator Dnolitllc, frohiVTIiCOn&hi : recently discovered in abundance on Every; cur and intention will bo ,

t 1ItllII'V. in reply In Ilia njHoltiiloii{ of, the lands l of James 11. Huff: of Red given to I the comfuit, of the gurat.Jan. .
! : -1
: .Indubitably the present high pritee's his colleague providing for the estn' Clay, VVhitcfiuld county, Ga. The 30 inLOST. Alpacas.

iO of dry goods, as well as linen, ment of 1 provisional> govpi'nincnta, {i'l time !mine i is within two and a half miles -

iron, steel, machinery, paper, and Southern States wai ilel'ivi-icil lodu' nt'the East Tennessee and IETnIE between Pilnnlnv !0lh nnd French and
and occupied alioiit lute h'Hirs anti' a Georgia sad<1 limL-nSrATETItl-'AdURYCEKTIFI-; English Poplins,
many miscellaneous manufactured UA'I'Lo.. 24. fur $1J4 87, 'Issued In tiuorof
quarto:. Tlm gllcrio'r;: do' selv' I'ailroa1, WhiteficM county. Sp c- .
the nndernipi<>d. .Ml lire forewarnedfrom '
fabrics are increased in cost, to the crowded" and largo mimliirt\ of Southernmomhcrs imonsof the ore tare bpen bent toN'uw trudliu fur or ri'oclvlne persons lion cerililcaie, annpltualljn Poil de Clieevers, :

people who are consumers by the olt'ct\ were {present um n lhifloor : Ycik ] \\lll hu made to tho t' tato Treasurer
the latter Randall Hunt by an ajjent'ot' company fur. II. roiiowil utter tho publication\ of thin notice
present( tariff. -aiuoiiK from that place fort went, .\' one' din.a Plain and !BTaiicy
:J The manufacturers of dry goods Senator eloct from Loiiisiann anc1 spvernl J,,". 23, l IIU-'w IIABT 4. SIIOBER.
1 of tho delc:!i.tinn{ from MN,imini.i and I -
alone, have, during th* past year, Tennessee. The I'ffirt is p.peiially{ mail: "No ore: would, tako you for EL DESTINO MILLS All 'vV co1

i' realized profit, under tho operations c
: ( of tho tariff aggregating a is the first: spriec' 'lm of the session in this gentleman a tiny or two ago to a FOR SALE. Delaines

r sum o 1 ual to ow-thil'd"'of the public wins of the Capitol that has take[( up; in young vould-lie-dandy, who hadnhorti J ,
detail:\ ills reiiioiialion of UIB radical ,
.i s debt. pro- TIIUlSnAv frt day of February
!sirnra'ne.nnl! 1 cnnlendcd,\ fur the entire lecaliiy hair than biaiiis O.V will be until on the premise, about American Delaines,
By tho census of 1860 the value of President Johnsoii'.t'acts under "'Why ?" asked Joe immediately. Inirtuen miles ofTallihandie my Milunblo

of manufactured>'1 goods that year his leconstnioiion polic\ Amon. political Because tey! can't: soo your Flour Grist and Circular-Saw Fancy Silks,

was $115,1.)7,92G) ; since then, the circles it ib the predominates l mailer ears ,.
of cliocnssion, tho indicils cryins IOIllyItinsl : 1tILLS: : ,
increase will exceed thirty-five per -'......'' with iibnnt Iwo thoiivand of timber In great variety.
{ { Mr. DnolilUo's" usien ion lima, if := -== =--- Together acres

cent., which would make the valueof this Congress fails to carry out the i"1'0" T H i E: m A R K I1"rs. The mid Stills pluiitlnu ale latidd propelled attached.: by two rOlllr -vent

then, for 185G about $115,436- : enL order of thin). 't fur a complete] icsto- whirls, e ich of fuil\iorae, | power. Tho Flour 1 17 l.n.1or: : ; 1s.awL:

'JOO! The imports in 1860, were ration of the Southern' Stare., the next and Uri St Mill IK Inrnlxhed whim three mil of 1
Tallahassee IUar lCt. sto en bolllnif( cloth and f..". 'Jho meal f,out
: :! which Consies will do'it, and I hat I lhoclin AT ALL PRICES;
V2,52S,116 added to the
,. continue I to array themselves! in h.isllii\ 'r LLAiiAssr P, Florida: Jan. 30, 1SGG.COTTOV. thin mar Miill..tIwrl"r tblit ty IIIIIII.llInt.The \ quality. attractini!; euoto
gives total will bo CI'U,he,1. At the tima of the debate :-3.", Mill t tinttioiA a largo circular saw and
Middling\ ..... 30 nil I Onllnnry........24 n 38aB''Hinl.
consumption sa.f. r 1865, to the fervid: imiinnncement of the Shingle M:ii'lilne< both In good ouli'r.
>f \OKRT. .
'I'lie, 11i11..11.0/ Is two oto.lie hliih forty feet
have been 187,90! !, UU. The cost oflaniitif'nct'ng speak that lie c'I1I'Rpa\ no pat riol ie Flouts' porlibl.'1 a 20 \\lileiind one bundled feet long, substantially Cloths and Ca ssitilei'esIN

was thee times (!.Tent colt ise at this juncture of tint I
er in 1865 than in 1860 which ilhersing from the path now lieini. pin- I hp's Oft \0Chlek"II. TKJt.lBS OF SALE

sued. by ihe adaiiiiNlralinn\ r.'td thai nil| ., pet" .. 7.:>o "'111'\,0\ oll".hM, hi cash, the balance I'' )'nhlo In GREAT VARIETT. .
would make the value of .
gold the on that lute lie!! proposed! .! to Uht it out insupputl. K'ljo:, i liuri .uii..,... SOij one and 1 IAU )ems secured by inoriifii/ unit
goods consumed in 18G5::; amount to of lhat' policy, brought lowii) IIhi'RI'I.I' It'turr, P"r pininil.( n 7.;nvccl flutes, ullli lutHient tho rain of seven per cont. HATS AND CAPS 1
S\ 1 \\"II<1u., pur' busbut..7 i 11 On per uniium Furoliiuor will pay for title ,
563,982,918.! : The average pi iceof I'UIII.uf. applause from the naileries (met I'm''x ors, pi'r bm: 'l'ot..S l 150 u 5 :50
( -the'! flush vouclibafed to foren-ii" : (minim, per 1011'.1.01.-$5 50 n 01)0
gold, during the yon: was 150, any; Tir.pu! ,' piiiind.............25cI ALSO, TUG BOOTS AND SHOES,
elfoit in the Senate since the of
opening .......... I
which make tho currencyvalue I:icon pin pound 'JO 11 2: "fr
the .session. General G not occupied The El Destine Plantation
Whl.h1"1' g'llliiil $1 00 n 0 fiOHliliii '
of the goods consumed $845- sent {in the diplomatic cnlleiy dit rut!g the \ uiy. 8 11 10oHktiM HARDWARE

.; 974.42:2.: The currency value of delivery of :Senator; D.iidiilie's speech. giuon" .........-....... 4 1\ SoS of.Ad'olnl Oil; ami 1 H. cniiliiliilnir Hickory LaniLofwIiloli about hur ,Ilioiiiiand about ftfteull ores ,

"; woolen goods consumed in 1855, is .. +Sanunlah Market.SAvASNtu : hundred III"I"CH are cleared, and under fUll co. CROCKERY .
NEW PREMDRNTUIi r.\l8Io"-It is TtllMS! -Oiie-tonitli cash, Ihe balanro payable ,
estimated, by a similar calculation IlEim n (OFFICK In one" two and tlmo ).ulll..uoul'e.llJ: )' irort.laurel : .
as that made for cotton goods to snit that efluris are being nudo: by a niuii- Jill,. aiih, 1S08. :'ind notes, with interest nt the rate of seven
her of influential) pentlcnien .o _et On- annum Purchasers will ; for Tin"Vare &0. fcc.
COTTON-At t Iho clan| of our last wockly report percent per pay ,
have been 8279,003,851:! making gross to purchase and ln-aiitiful, ,Dm liKiiUol U'IIH Inn, mi'1 bottlers lunlllv uliI tillis.Tlm. .
9 r the grand total thus : tract of land, on the'! nonhein, side. of taciiy : -> I"lllIe,149 u,4'Jl, 2 coots for "'\"('" lots Of ml tilling. Plantation. will bo divided into loll to. ..lIltpUl'ch".ura.
Durlti.!; the priK'iitvt' >uU the' triOHtictlniifl, In up
Vn uo of cot hit goods consumed, $745 074 422 l well trod f.ivoiably knnxvn to Ui"lesidents I mil' oiitlon huts bi't'ii 00111"1".111'. <,11' [Ihllll-,.
Vatuoof woolen! yon-la cououmuu, 27U,! of V/ashington ns Jim ii'Surt of The ncciiuiii (runt *:"\\' York nnd 'JI\"!',pOll'' ALSO, THE aB.OOEB.JES.FLOUR: : .
-- pic nic and pleasure panic's' { for the i pnrpose lm\a 1 Iii,'ii dlocllllrh, nllllIt (lie clnu ot' 10".1.l
Total"1111I1S05, l.li5ObS,28J I I of erpcling Lint eon a 1'iesideii ial: lire, \.I<'\b' ly ulIl41 grids" was oflVreil. for mid. Corn, Mules, Dovon Cattle,
dlliiK", ii"d 1 wuU'iira that BOMIU' fv walL"invv\ '
The tariff duty on which wo-ild be i mansion, with a ma!(niltcent pat' k attached \ been inailuiil thud 'riUt.KhnxvliijtiKltfi'lliiiHif( fully souTir vows sriEtr: 11003, '
i There in a f.imoiis sprinor IIf, water one coil shire ",ir I IlIsl: report Tlic ri'Ci' ,, And) T7tonsll4. of e\ery kind.
44J- per cent. in gold, G5J per ceut. the- >laoe. the g'ound i is well wooded !:iiK> !end. hilt MieevpniU. bolnsr I 111"1"L'", theMoidiilnc'd Terntrt eloh.'J'hu SUGAR
with tho at 150 upon | I mil Inureii'ics fie Mill bu HCIMI bv our 'mile! Kj>- sale will eontlnue from day to day. ;
., in currency, gold and Iii iti de.siraHa tor the .
every way Tin :oll..\'lntiuulivllona, mire tlio prloi-n; oll'uiud: O. NOBLE .JO\US.

, The manufacturers make not loss:: object lit (Jpll el. haviua an nie.i of bet Ordinary, _.........................Nominal. Jan. 1401PENS &c. &c.-
the llnee nid four hundred Mi'ddliiU; 4.tiMlddllnu TOBACCO, ,
than GO' per cent., above cost of ttteen ( \ acres Low -

J production, which results in the Mldilin.K., ..-..... 4KA--47 uSH'liU & GEORGIA RAILROAD.

clear the above amount LAID ON TnllfauuLE-Omm] \ the ISLii, the U., il Mid, mil,'. 4011Hi !J' n. Powder Shot and Percussion
1 profit other credentials\ of lion _\Vm. .\. -iliiini! U. !S:I <" I'UiuU' .In of .. \ 0il2fUurTHii : > ".. 1nA.'.!.ffl1',..., ,", "iS'; J: q.. Caps.
t. I, consumed, of $670,040,067-in li'ino'CiiK-iiou' an overatucki'Uinaikit
:Senator olectfroin, 'III'Lh' Carolina; were 'nnd iii'''a>riitn tliMii'iml, tho I tiled tiara -, -
words the manufactures' sell 81
oh ntiol.'t quota pi-imu Goshen In tub at
t ,-125: 68,283 worth of goods thro' presented the Senate and laid,) on the 47 a 51r, In liriiinn 4J a 47o. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.

tho agency of the tariff for 1,800- liblo along with Senator MARVIN'S credentials UiCiiNWiijiii'lo_ :! .iuuldi.-rd, it'ibpd(' Bldm nt 20 u 21c; TALLAHASSEE, Jan, 15, 1960.
rn o'car d I" 2 n ; s 17 a ISo; hauls (cups -

Jffi 100,:352. It must be recollected \ to aivlilthe sorcrji;!n pleasure i.noil.\) :31t iI'-4JJ", niiu'iirvnrail pqr' pound.' 23 n 25o.lixrswAX 011 'and the' 1'0110"0,10.after his mid date Ueurgl.k. the Uallroad'H'ruln-will Wines & Liquors,

:. W that these goods pass through'sev- of Suiiiuei'a ltecun tructntTCntnmhLtee.{ : UnePSP=21 II 30a.CuvrssUuud run dally ua follows:
i.Cnpl. demand Rio M 350. Java' .
-- a E \STWAfD.
", t eral hands before they reach tho Trice, a son ofGenenil Slpl'lh ug! 40 a 4>o. Leave '!money at.................... 430 A. M. The largest Stock in the State
: FI.OOII wlilioul chiiniro-siipernno J10 50i extra ....... "
customers. Suppose they pass thro' has returned ; Arrive lit (' III. .. 030
Price !
r Mlssonil |f.t time
family Jll; iiiiy brands 81-J a *15. Leave Til'lahimsee lit---------------- 7.00 "
only three, at an average profit of purpose of escUI ting the remaining mem- HID'M.-ttreei4o) per IX'"l1di; diy salted 100; Arrl\e" at M idison at. ..............11.00 CONSISTING OF
10 cent. to each the goods first bets of the fanii y to Mexico They will dvrr KkTn* 15o. U'ine Madison nt..................II I'mu) J
per Lino-stock heavy; promiod I9 a 23o; leaf 22 n Arrived ttt Lako City 111.\......... ii.OC( 1'. M.
passing from the manufacturer to I' no to Coidova; the sea4 u1'lhl' Soulli: >rn 2ou. WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, CHAM
Colony which I is [ them lluinlook solo' 60o hurn WESTWARD
beins funned' tinder I.RATII iBii- per pound; 4
the ]obher, and the account will the of u. !'. Many and '..;; r n 5S, o Ilk sate" 04 1OJ; AinuHcau calf Leave fjiko City lit.......*.......... 8.30 A. M.AiTltoatMadiionat PAGNE, POUT, SHERRY AND
auspices oltl"... 23 ol"S-5. ................12.JO 1'. M. CLARET WINES COCKTAIL
11# stand thus : oth v' Lavoxs-a-rlet, uvcratoclted-antes at $2: 50IIfl tenvo Mndifoii nt.... .._.......,....12.50 'i
Gitodecoil IlieJobbew, $1SOO,1CO,2J2Add i pee' tux, arrive T'dlahnineo ut............. 430 AND STOMACH
their profit ton per cent, 1b0O10a24: J3T The Mobile nnJ; Olijo; Railroad\ MULUsr.-Cllhil prr v'gtnow; York I.eaVttTiil'aliai'S'Djit'' ....__.......... 6.00 "
--- rulliul I Kj, >{; iljiiOJj| n $1; floildiiiyrnptl. Arrive attiuluej' III................. 0.30 BITTERS, ic., 4c.J .
conch coat whuleinla merchant, $950,1:.''),177 has commenced i I'ullnillg..d.llv' trains on MiPKKiini.-Xn II" half IlItI'I'olo. $!n 50; In ST. MARKS Tl2AI (. :7The merchants of Florida are respectfully

'Add their profit, Lou per coot, 8&W.M7: time-from Cairo tit Mobile !in 3D( hours kits,, $3 Li 3 a6. UudlUh Iu drums, 10 a llo per Lonve'rnllnhusseo at............ .... 7.30 A. U.Urive requested' examine our stock

I pun ml. nt [01; Mark ..t....,..... .... 9.15 "
Goods coat retail, dealers $2,17A,1a3,104: ainl'fi'ew Orleans Cons-Durannd brink nt $1 35: per bushel (mitt "Leave St. Mm,'k nt....._....__..__..12: ,00 M. before deciding to {put'chase in New York
i Add hitch prod tun per cent, 217 Ja.'.'10 TUB Liverpool steam- wharf. 25 .Mil.. .I.OuLmOl'e.1 Arrive' TwIIahiiMoe iu...... ...-.... 1 45 1'. M. as \\'o will duplicate all bills at New York /
Hue. is steamers with II ''O M-'J. $ per KVIIilf Imur will be the arrivalof them. time and
ship buildingnew i\ $1 73 Korosone giveii on prices, thereby saving
$ 75'
tho ;
Goods coat consumer', $1,305,645,413 spurn. ; the car at'Madison for Dinner from
'41 1 Deduct original com or goo .. -I'Mpir thmmnil.runic W 1'0itively 110 good Bold at retail
of between
-- A stages Quincy, Balnbrldie
Bhnwlnij, protU of middlemen, J595,83a,10l -1-0 per 1 ubl, for IIIPH.PoTiTOBj .
and between ilontluello and Tlioinvsvllle ,
> If iiolailtl'exUtcd, the.:alemcnt woulu lenufcat Planters iu Nashville are eliot lug the in goad: demand. at }3 75 a $4 per and Albany, will,connect with the tntlni. UclUbldn & Allen.D .
follows, showing the vnluaof the gaols at dlf.s $130 and herd to bbl. E. HOUSTOUX,
roes year
ne go .120 "= ..
from the ft
while Hto.-100 psi Ib"d'
furont stages pasting haudt of tliemanufacturer .
M. 40 the. oontnraari, thus" j'. South and work on, p! nfatiou! l. 801.-11. 10n po r 110. ..",r,.. : lsn.14,18&f.. .. PrastdegtC ... 6, 1S6SUI '

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The Arrest of the North Carolina [From the Cedar Falls (Iowa) Gazette.] TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN WIscowsIDi.The ; AIL .
Editor. A Perilous Situation' And -,- Racine Journal prints an account \ A'NO nET ST.ORE.

The following are the Charges and Narrow Escape. of a ferriblo tragedy that occurred -

Specifications'against R. W. Waringof On Wednesday morning, about last Friday evening in Wai ..

the Charlotte (N. C.) Times, now half-past 4 o'clock: a, load of passengers worth County. A farmer living be-

under'military arrest at Raleigh : consisting of eight en- tween Lyons and Geneva had sold WI l'Lt W' Q I
CHAROI9, AOAINSTlldBKRTW. WARING,' tlemen and two ladies, attempted to his farm for $3,000, and on the morning Q Q -' .

J'*:$', CITIZEN. cross the river at Dubuque, to take of the murder had slatted west ---=.. "
":AChdtge "For" publishing! and, cir- the early Eastern train. The sleighwas to purchase another farm. About 8 )

cnlatjng'} 'disloyal and seditious writings drawn by ono horse, attached o'clock in the evening three men Wr IIESI'I;; .CTFI xiv nvronn orn' FHIKIVDS THATvii' HAVE;
,within a District_ under Martial some distance from the vehicle,which dressed in soldiers' clothes entered NL1) A '. I

Law." also contained the baggage of the the house and murdered the man's Wm@&m j1&m il'J) mm '1lIII: 3 mw', .

Specification this, that Robert passengers. It was the public conveyance wife and child, and then proceededto %r*- ,
\ W. Waring, citizen of Mecklenburg rlnninfrom:;\ Dubuque to ransack the house. A neighbor At tho Old Stand In Tallahassee,where wo aro prepared to supply cnstomoni with MI klmla. 'oIry .

County, State of North Carolina, ants Dunleith, and the agent accompanying living across tho road hearing noise, Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes
editor of a newspaper known as The it carried lantern, for it was rushed over there, taking with hima ,

Daily North Carolina Times, publish. dark. It had proceeded but a short revolved. Upon entering the house CLOTHING EAKDWARE'' CROCKERY AND
ed at Charlotte, in the County and distance when the ice gave way, and tho first sight that met his gaze was HATS & CAPS, \

State aforesaid, did publish in said the sleigh1 gave a lurch to the north, tho bodies of the mother and child AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS

newspaper, and circulate an article in and l the passengers were precipated weltering in blood. The murderers, ,

words as follows : into tho river. in the meantime, were up stairs, awl; A.1: t3a.o: x..owos1: OAsh :Jrfoos :for Oash or
"We aro still without; Col. W. II. Sessions and Iris datigli. had started to come down, when the C91TTON.

Washington news, and look forwardto ter, Mary, of this city were among neighbor faced them and fired upon
the report of the Committee on the passengers. The Colonel went them, killing one instantly and mor- liming established a branch of our homo In New York we nro prepared to furnish. Goods of nil '
kind., In on the shortest notice.and tho moat advantageous! terms.Cash
any quantity
Credentials with interest, though i over backwards, and passengers and tally wounding the other two. The

without hope of receiving justice. trunks came on top of him. The names of'the parties are not ascer- Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to ..
The South is now under a more agent had jumped from the sleigh as tained.

grinding despotism than has heretofore he saw it going down, and,in seeking .. '4ODGKISS SCOTT % C "
found a place on the face of the to rescue those in the water, had HABIT.-"I trust everything, un- ,
Raised under form of broken in and lost his der God said Lord Brougham "to
earth. a government light. It was :N'E w 'YOr1.B: :.
as expounded by the eary: so dark now that nothing could be habit, upon which, in all ages, the TallnlmnBOo Jan. 0, 18851yHcdgkissEScott
fathers of the Republic, when to say, distinguished and the situation was lawgiver, as well as the shool-mastor, -- ---- -

"I am nn American citizen," was terrible. The Colonel was perfectly has mainly placed his reliance ; habit & Co., Emporium of Varieties,

equal to a king, we feel our serfdom self-possessed, and repeatedly cau- which makes everything easy, and
more painfully by reflecting upon tioned those around him not to be casts all difficulties upon the, dovia COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

what we have lost. We have fallen frightened,'and they would all get tion from a wonted course. Make NO, 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. WM. P. SU'SSEJt

from our estate, and now there is out. lIe knew his daughter was in sobriety a habit, and intemperance Tlios It. Iloiluklxfl! lute of Ilanibelton Brothors, ,
"none so poor as todo: us reverence." tho water, but where she was he will be hateful ; make prudence a Bal t I more. Tnllahami'p. T A. T, L>V :II ASS JS :K, FTA...
O. W. Scott,of firm of O. VTScolt A. Co., -
Other nations, while suffering under could not tell. IIe got hold of a lady habit, and reckless profligacy will bas '
D. II. I'lHilo, of firm of Too'.o! & Babbitt, Bain- ('opper, Tin and:
the iron heel of lawless tyranny, can whom he supposed to fce her, but contrary to tho nature of a chili bridge, Gil.V. .
console themselves with the reflec- soon discovered it was not. lie held as to any of your lordships. Give \ O. Poole, of firm of G. \V. Scott" Co., TilllalmitKuc !- SHEET IRON JMAKCFAITCREK< ,

tion that their condition is no worse her up, however, and finally got her a child the habit of sacredly regard- Fill t ,
than that of their predecessors. The out. Ills daughter had gone entire- ing the truth, or carefully respectingthe Special attention given to the sale of nil kinds of
Russian serf, as he eats his bread of ly under, and came up without her property of others ; of scr.upu English French and Domestic -
dependence, knows that such was bonnet. She was finally helped out lously! abstaining from all acts of improvidence SOUTHERN PRODUCE, ,

the inheritance left him J by his fathers. by a stranger, who told the Colonelit which can involve him in nod to the purchase mid nlHpinenl) of Goods,

Not so with the proud, highsouled didn't matter what his name was. distress, he will just as likely think! Household and Plantation Goods, Plain, Fancy & Japanned Ware,
sonthron. lie once roamed his fields A ladder was brought and put of rushing into an clement in whichhe
Wares, Implements: ,
a freeman, and sat "under his own down into tho water. This the Colonel cannot breathe, as of I lying, cheating ,STOVE I ELtUATES.A
vine and fig tree, and none dared grappled, and he says it seemedto or steal ins.. MACHINERY, &0. .

make him afraid." He was equal, it him he could hold on to it forever. -- large and hnndsome variety of
not the superior, of the But his muscles relaxed in spite of John Dorsey, a free colored many REFERENCES :

which now dominates over mercenary him. him, and he went down. lie came bargained, in 1800, with Thomas Mi'tius Currier A Co., New Vork.J. COOKING STOVES,
and his the Sanders, in Lovtdon County, Va., for L Moote, Urllllii! Un. '-.
arm through ,
up Jimmt jrnom:
'a.n JlII""golllCrIn.
And that the said article was cir- rounds of the ladder and held on by the purchase of his (Dol seys) daughter A. 15 nJ, Macon, On.K. I 0 Coiulhiinjj ,
:. Horn!, Mac-oil, Ga.
culated, and intended to produce his forearm. lie went under the who was then a slave of San- Jin. (\Vhltfleld, Demopolln, AlII.111. SHEET IRON, "
hostility to the Government of the water three times before he got out. der'a, for the sum of $o50. Up to \\' D.illy, 1'rvsldunt Btato:; Bunk of Florida, ",

United States, to excite discontent Miss Sessions went under, twice, and 1803, $3)0 was paid, since which 'l'hll"hll.'1'11.'A, Jo:. llambelton, Tres. Md. Fire In.. Com AIR-TIGHT,
and to cause resistance to the con when taken out was almost insensi- Dorsey offered to pay the balance in n'liiv Oct., Biltlmoru.24-tf "
Virginia State! scrip, which RanVlcrs :BOX, AND '
stituted authorites. All this at Char- ble. Tier clothes were soon frozen(

lotte, N. C., on or about the 13th day stiff, and she was unable to walk.- refused. The girl being freed by law, PRATORIUS & CLARK, PARLOR COOK1XQ STOVES,
of December, 1865.FRANCIS Her father who was the last of all Sanders now urges his claim for the /
balance of the The matteris BIEKCHAIW TAILORS, All trimmed in neat and durable '
S. WOLCOT out of the water, having forgotten money. a man 6..
now before General Howard for Inel'. They can bf shipped() any !pail of -...
Major Judge Advocate, his own safety in the peril of others, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, llie1 country with perfect safett STOVKPIPES
Department North Carolina. still active and carried her to decision. J
was .. and ELBOWS constantly) on linnd.
-----. the omnibus on shore, which drove t' rThe Detroit Tribune is KEKP CONSTANTLY Halo:a huge and varied ON assortment 1IAN0 ofGENTLEMENSCLOTHING Out.doorl'oI'I1'in Roofing, Gntiei-
THE PARADISE OF NEGROES.-A rapidly to the Julien House. Here responsible lag:; down Pipes, Oinnmental House
letter from Washington says that Miss Sessions was kindly pared for, for the following important dis- ends, Sheet 2inc, sheet Lad
closure We learn from entirely work of
: an (l gTSIiop every description
has become the of and comfortable.The .
city paradise was soon quite done '
w&llinformod source at Washington ALSO, on notice.
,without suf- other all or*
negroes, even negro passengers got
that all the books and documentsleft ,
That a'nd safely. The was also saved. 1 sT t '
frage. negroes nogressescrowd baggage in Canada Jacob Cloths osa.
into the ladies' gallery in Tho horse and sleigh did not gctjnto by Thompson, ,
the most active and debased 01'all WOODEX WARE
both, houses of Congress, and fill the river. The space of open water '
the rebel emissaries in'that Cassimercs WILLOW WARE
up the seats so that there is no made by the break was about twen- province, TOYS, .'
his docu-
room for ladies, unless they will ty feet square. It was a perilous sit- containing and correspondence, the. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS:
consent to sit beside and behind tho uation and narrow escape. ments accounts, showing Yostlngs.icck Of every description on hand 'all anal
blacks. Negroes 'and -,- -S. disposition of the rebel funds in his examine before ]iuit1inbing] ell>l'hel e.*
negresses hand, have been secured, and are Tics Kov. 7l05-fin' :
crowd into the street cars and not _
in the of the Govern-
only never offer to rise to give a seat COLORED BKETHEEN'."Feller-sister- mentauthorities now possession at : I SOU'l'IIEHN ". EXPORT: [
to a white person, but uniformly- refuse suns, the African may be our broth Suspenders, AND ,

to do so whenever requested.I .- er. Sevril highly respectable gen- In one word, this proposed Codeis jJcntlcHien's Hose &c. IMPORT COL1PAPJY.
have on numberless occasions, re- tlemen and, talented females tell us simply an extension to the negroes t

cently, seen half a dozen ladies so, and, for argument, asks that I of the old common law as to Ocntlomcn'B !garments cut and made In fashoniihlo "
standing in a car for:long distances, might be injussod to grant it, tho'I person and property. Could these style and superior manner.JJiT TIllS COM PAWY In now organized and we t) ,
Store next to T. B. Talura'fOctober pit'pnrud to niako liberal advances on
while tho same number of big ne- don't believe it miself. But the principles, modified to some extent U-If '
groes of both sexes, were occupy- African ain't wife and uncle. He by the provisions of the chapters de Cotton and other Produce

ing the seats. Nothing pleases the isn't sevril of our cousins, and all libertinis, to be found, in the civil W. H WHITNER, ,
negroes BO much as to seo ladies our 'first wife relashuns. He isn't law, be digested into a Code applicable ATTORNEY AT LAW consigned Ira our Agent In Liverpool..'y Tho present -
\ulu of Cotton
0 In
Liverpool 11 Is Irom60to54
thus standing in tho cars, while they our grandfather and all our wife's alike to each of the slave MADISO\ cSnlsPl'oSLI"1 f..rgood( l Upland Cotton,mid from
themselves are lolling at their ca'eeon relashuns in tho country, I Scarcely. States the question would re- FLORIDA. to$1.32 cents for good. long Cotton-lij Oold.ewillndv .-
PRACTICE IN THE COUUTS OF one |haiflte value 19 Gold or its
the comfortable cushions. It is And yet numerous persons would ceivo a quietus that would let the WILL Middle Circuit. egtivelentIacurrency. '"?r
of no use for the conductors to remonstrate have IJco. 23, 1865-tf Wo solicit orders fur goods from the Mercliants
to think
us so. It is troo ho I whole land be,at ease on that point and Planter The strictest nltentlon paid to the
with them, because the runs Congress and severil other once more." A, J, PEELER and smalVst Gorll1nn' orders. for goods ft ant England, France ttl
companiea, by an act of Congress, grosserys. But he ain't everybody .. UICIIARD FFI OYD, President .
are forbidden under heavy pen- else But we've got the Afri- "If you ever think of marrying a ATTORNEY AT LAW, *, J ac k.olfllll", 'Iorltia.
fE"11 Agent 1' Liverpool, England. I
alties, to make any distinction be- can, or he has got us rather, now widow, my son,"' said an anxious parent I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIBA. ?"?"", Agent, 1'lIllIh.o.\ ,Fin.
Nov. .
tween them, and] white people. what're we going, to do about it"S- to his heir, "select one whoso Office up Stain over the State :Bank. -am "' *
KiTOfllco hours from 0 to 1 m., and
He is en awful noosenco. P'raps first husband was hung; that is the from 2 to 5 p. m.Ootob a. m. p Saddle, Harness arid CarriageESTABLISIIMENT
THE oldest piece of furniture is the he isn't to blame for it. P'rups he only way to prevent her throwing -r 26amDissolution I

multiplication table. It was con- was created for some wise purpose, his memory in your face, and make Copartnership.> J .

structed more than two thousand like Aill Harding and New Englandrum annoying comparisons." "Even that > firm of McDouiral & Hobby Is dissolved '
years ago, and is yet as good as I ; but it is a pity he could not wont prevent it," exclaimed a crustyold TlIE those Indebted to said concern, aro requested Just .
to nettle by cash or note, with the tub I rcceh'cd a large assortment \
new. go off son ewhllres quietly by .himself bachelor ; "she'll then praco him soriber. 01 Good,cOllalotll J g ofGentlemen' ,

i where ho could gratify his om- and say hanging would. be too good JOIN: MODOUQAL and Ladies' Saddle ,
Love in men is like the distem. bushnn in varis wais, without' having for you." Nov.18P.. Finn Bridles Double and Shlllie lIar'ie,, .
eternal fuss kicked B.4 BROKAW'S Collars and 'hip., "
an about
der, up \ .
in dogs. Neither puppies nor ---- Hnddln Clotba. '
men are worth anything until they him. A lady asked a minister_whether LIVERY AND SAiE Shoe Leather Finding of all kind of ev(,f)' deicripgon r
have had it. person might not be fond of dress Travelling Bntchels and TrunV
DISCOURBE Saddle and Harness
You will find and ornaments without feeling at all Carriage Trimmtngs hardware, ,

A soldier belonging to the garrison de words ob my text in de lass clawsob proud.II Madam," said the mini-, ( f: Stables, !1lit Buggy Wagon Shaft:;and Buggy, fcipokes:; Hubs and, RIms .
in Toronto, undertook the( other de ninety.fust chapter of de Pil ter, "when you see a fox's tail Buggy Axlon and IIrlnllaCARRIAGES:! ,
day, to beat his wife with his belt, grim's Progress; whar it sa.rB- peeping out of the hole, you may ,
but accidentally struck the baby in An' Simon said unto Peter, Lot be sure the fox is within." TALLAHASSEE, FLA. AND BtT GIES'

her arms with the buckle, and killed not dy conscieuce be made ob injun ... of every description,' W v .
it. lie and his wife buried the rubber lest it stoutch dy sole into Why is a mushroom like a dan- -ALSO- Work Machine rondo Ik.ltlog to order '

child, and kept quiet, but their dat lake which': burns wid fier an' dy ? Because! it is rapid in its CARR AGES, BUGGIES WAGO\S dispatch and P'I''rlng done,? i with'
Agent for 'Vhe'.r! '
dreadful secret was discovered, and brimstonekian'pepper an' assefed- growth, slim in its trunk, and thickin AND JIAKMSS; FOR SALE. SUWINGIUACJINES.dr WIIBoa'. anI...}..iII,....we't v
the man was arrested. Jty. t its head. j Tallahassee, Nov 0, I86 -tt Tallahassee JErURDY,
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