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:
February 1, 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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VOL. I. TALLAHASSEE, THURSDAY, FEB. 1 1866. ,. ./ T3 ,4 :' ,

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; "That i is right, my good; fellow 1 men.n, sir." The pineapple, oran' oS ,, th'nnd" tho question "' ;
h Wd. td tutindI cried Mr. Greeley. "I'll give you "I've got my orders!I" screamed plantain!1' lemon, anhing /> ).'.I' g ? ,jv-cability: vas! merged on E. "

I* PUBLISHED EVERTT'uesdayTimrsdayand ten dollars when we get to Placer Mr. Monk."' "My orders don't say known in the' ,!...'' .>..-i'd'both vessels into a trial ofpeed. '
villo. Now'wo are going 1' othiu" about no brass band and are natives' to the aqfl arecon- Neptune did everything I

: Satnrday, They were indeed, and at a terrible young' w'omen. My orders say git sequent'y growing ,nd. We havea that could be expected to givq the

,. speed., him their by seving Let go: the tropical BUI, and tropical plants, experiment thorough trial. The
At Tallahassee, Flu.TEH Crack crack went the whip lines Clear the way there. Whoop and a temperate climate. 'The' Water winds howled from the west and

and again that voice split the air.- I K
:MS t ,"Git up Hil I yi I G'long Yip- the, coach dashed wildly through drippings from ,the snow-capped combined to defeat the bold naviga- f

Sit: dollars per Annum ; Four )Sp !I" the procession, upsetting a portionof peaks of the adjacent mountains, ,tors. But they held on their way
l).'U:"r* for Sit: I't1'' ntll" in And on they, tore over atones and the brass band and violently and pure springs of water gushing steadily, and on the morning of the
Advance. Single Copies 10 of the which contained forth much of the 23d of the Sirius'reached! : New
Cents. ruts, up hill and down, at a rate i grazing wagon reminding me April
speed never before achieved bystage the beautiful young women in springs in Northern Georgia. Nature York, and the Great Western a few

horses. white. seems to have exerted herselfin iourslater on1 the same day., The

I K.1TCS OF ,'ADVCKTI G.I| Mr. Graeloy who,had be'n bouncing Yea'rs hence grey haired men, making here a home for man.--' daily average; speed of, the letter
'To bo paid for In Advance., who little in this The? have outside of the entire two
'I from one end of the coach to were boys procession advantages during voyage was
One square, (12 Sonp..reil\llurs,)or ]less, for the will! tell their grandchildren hose nature has given are that hundred and eleven miles. The excitement -
the other like Indian rubber ;
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ball to his head out bow this stage tore through Mud the raihoad from Vera Cruz to the in New York upon'the arrival -
Ruth nuhHiqrwnt Ineeition ........... ... ?& managed get
+ Kntato sad Legal Notices to bo chargml of the window, when he said : I Springs, and how HoracS Greeley's] City of Mexico passes directly i of those vessels was immense

the in'n? a* transient .rfvortl.oraentn, "Do-n't on't you-u-u think we- bald] hand ever and anon showed through. tbe colony, and will be finished Flag! were displayed, guns ,fired,

except: Notice of Dliint'tlon, '*. AdminiKlnunr o-e shall got there by seven if we itsolfl like 11. wild aparition, above to the door of the colonists, tells rung, and the great multitude

far which the charge hill: he.. 13 00 lo-on't go so fast ?" .the coach roof. hi one' year., This will put us within bawled] themselves hoarse. This .

'ohargod Obituary ad'PI1I4A1l1o"h Novices and Tributes of Respect "I've got my orders !I" That Mr. Monk was on time. Thereis I four days of the' New Orleans was not quite twenty-eight years

as was all Henry Monk said.. And on a tradition that Mr. Greeley: was market, with our products, which ago, and now steamers ply over all

tore the coach. very indignant for a while ; then he joiug principally coffee, and that tho oceans! as if they were eo many

THE SENTINEL It was becoming serious. Already laughed, and finally presented Mr. of a superior quality, will not only errie'a-!- The philosophers are coming -

I* the on'y paper> In Fioridt'that Is ptibllhed the journalist was! extremely Monk with, a bran new. suit of make our lands valuable, but enable to the conclusion that it is phi-
t f throe times a week,!and>' thort-f' affords( 1U sut,' .
scribers the roallcnl means of obtaining the is. sore from the terri le jolting, and clothes us to compete with the world losophio-not to pronounce anything ,
Mr. Monk himself is'still in the in the of valuable until it has been act4
test news by telegraph and rail: and full reTio'tnof again his head "might have been production so 'a impracticable "
the New York MIl Southern UnrkeU seen" af the window. employ of the California Stage Company commodity. We can get our lands ually and effectually tried."

It will Sinn give fill ropers or the procoodliiirn "Sir," he sid, "I don't careifwe and is rather fond of relating cleared and set in coffee for six dollars This review ofth'e early history of

.of the LJ I.llltlll'O The Sontlnel l I. furnished to don't; get there at eve'i1I" a story that has made him famousall per acre. The young coffee ocean ate navigation is copied, I__

'subscribers at the lowest living rates. "I've got; my orders !1"' over the Pacific coast, but ho tree has to be shaded for two years, first, on account of its intrinsio interest ,

. Fresh h"rse Forward again, says ho yields to no'man in his admiration after which it begins to bear and is to the readers who may be

JOB PRINTING.rt I 111\\ faster(' than before. Over rocks and for Horace Greeley.] then; godfur twenty-five years ; uninformed in. such subjects ; and

\ connexion with the 3 iitltiel I we hare a stumps, on one of which the coach -- all that is required, is to keep down secondly, for the purpose ot correcting -

j 7>prnr| "III t, varied amnrtmont of, now Jobbing narrowly escaped turning a somersault Correspondence( Columbus) (Qa.) Sun. the; running vines, and gather the one or two very material error
\ II, Mtprhl, and are prepared to execute every de An Interesting Letter from a coffee, which is ripening the year imo which ou'r' Richmond contemporary -
arlntlqn of work In that hue with np'\tneIJllnd
dfspiloh. Aim on hand a dice, assortment of "See here !i" shrieked Air. Gree i Glorious Country. round. All writers agree in stating ha fallen. They ave important -

Inks for printing In colors Orders, by mill ort ley, "I don't care, if we don't get I CORDOVA, MEXICO, that twice the amount of sugar and alike from' their relation to

r express: will recolvn prompt intention. Onrprloi there at all !I" November 18th, 1865 5 coffee can be raised here, that can the truth of history, and as affecting -
are in low tx tho present, high com of stock "I've orders I work for be in Cuba, upon the same amountof the reputation of a distinguishedihilosoph'er.
ti ""t..r1'iN' H,tor and living( will admit bf, nod *rjol got my My Dear Doctor : I wrote you ,land. .
> ti 11 cites" Itf lin Ine;_.. dor That's what work for. They One coffee plantation within ten The Dispatch is mistaken in say-
29th ult. and arrived
., --. said, get this man through by seeing : the at miles of this place, on which eightyacres Ing that the practicability of cross
Vera Cruz'on the 6fb and this
[Prom Artuinai Wurd' New Volume) ,' an' this mati s going through. are cultivated,.yields an an-- ing the Atlantio Ocean with vessels I
the 11th. From Vera
,Hor.tce,Gj'piM"}"'* Ride to Flaecrville. You bet! ,Gerlcng; !: Whooep I"! I place Cruz to oa this place is ninety-two nual income of $30,000. propelled by steam power' began to
friglltfci jerk and Mr. I go out to-morrow to make my be seriously, discussed 'not thirty
Another foundits miles } si'sty-four miles of this distance settlement; of six hundred and forty years"! ago. It is correct in its
Wn! 'n h Horace Greelev was in California ]. Greeley'sbald; ,hedd suddenly is made in a railroad Car, and tho Sirius and Groat
the roof of the acres. I regard myself as being dates of
ovations awaited him at way through the remainder in a coach. I
every stage the lands viz 1838
fortunate experiments :
of small particularly as Western ;
town. He bad written powerful coach, amidst the crash find Here, dens Price and !Shelby;) immediately joining the colonists but it is a fact that the subject was
of etrong
lenders in the Tribune in favor of the timbers and the ti ping. Governor Harris,' Judge ,Perkins, lands cau not,now be purchased for not only discussed anterior to that

P.icifiis railroad, which had greatly; canvafcs. 1"! he rdared and about thirty other Confederates less than twenty-five dollars peracre. day, but a steamship, the Savannah
endeared him the citizens of theGolden "Stop, you maniac here i
to who are ,settling a colony.- actually loft the port of Savannahand
"andwernd Monk
State, and therefore they Again henry have of from* 30,000
] They a grant; crossed the Atlantio nearly
lo-xde much: of him when he went to "I've got my'y orders 1 Keep your td 40,000 acres. of land, and are disponng [From the Macon Telejjrapb) ] twenty years previous to the building -
seat Horace !1"
nee them. of it as follows :
vessels alluded to-some-
Steam Navigation the
At one town the enthusiastic populace At Mufi Springs a few To actual settlers, heads of fam- Ocean about 1821 1822, the ex-
where or
miles from Placerville, they met a The Richmond Dispatch says :
tore his celebrated white coat ilies, 640 acres-single gentlemen recollected. This was
large delegatioh of the citizens of "It is difficult to realize that not act date not
to pieces, and carried the pieces have but 820 acres. These lands to the ocean
the first cross
home remember him' Placerville, who had come out to I have thirty years have elapsed since attempt
to by. iIhe are unsurpassed by any ever steam and it succeeded.
'f citizens of Placi'rvilb" prepar- meet the celebiatod editor, and es- seen anywhere. They Idy in the the crossing of the Atlantio by by power,.1'

S cd to fete the great journrtlisti; and cort him to town. There was a district of Cordova; State of Vera steam power alone began to be seriously NATIONAL EXPRESS AND TRANSPORTATION

'k an! extra coach with extra relays of military company, a ,brass band, Cruz, and are about 85 miles from discussed. Dr. Lardaer de- COMPYNY.: ;-A meetingof

horses, was chartered of the California and a six horse wagon lORd of the Gulf of Mexico, and are on the monstrated to the satisfaction of the stockholders] of this companywas

i Stage Co., to carry, him from Fol- beautiful girls in milk white! diessoarepresenting eastern slops of the Cordilleras the philosopher that the thing held in! Richmond on Tuesdayfor
Placer\iJe! distance all the States iu the Mountains. The" table could not be done. ,The practical under
sour to forty valley, ,or the of reorganizing ,
l miles Tho extra was in some way Union. It was nearly dark now, i is throe thousand feet above the men concluded not to discuss the the amended purpose charter; Mr. Hugh \V

'9"" ; delayed, and did not ]leave, Folsom but the delegation was! ,amply pro level of the sea, and immediately question by argument. They paid no Shelly was called to the chair, and
until in the afternoon. Mr. Greeley vidod with torches, and bonfires beneath the grout peak of Orizaba. more attention to Dr. Lardner than General Moore acted secretary. The :
blazed all along'the road' to Placer Noah did to the antedilu/an critics _
was to bo feted at seven o'clock that These lands were once in a high chairman stated the purpose tor

evening by the citizens of Placerville, vile.The state of cultivation, and were the who amused themselves by his con- which the meeting had assembled] ,
citizens met the coach in1 the of the ark. They wentto
it that of wealth and
i and was altogether necessary seats great luxury, and the treasurer made a statement,
lie should be there by that hour. So outkirts of Mud Springs, and :Mr but when the Emperor Iturbide' work and built a vessel at Bristol that $132,000 had been
,' the stage company said to Henry Monk,reined in his foam.covered struck for the independence of Mexico which they called the Great paid in, and over $4,330,000 sub

Monk the driver of the extra "Hen steeds. he abolished slavery, and the Western. She was thought to be scribed. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston

', ry, this great man must be there by "Is Mr. Greeley on board?",asked Spaniards, to whom they belonged, quite a monster of marine architecture was unanimously] re-elected] President
seven And the chairman of the committee. to seek shelter in having a deck two hundredand Direc
to-night. Henry an- were compelled with the old Board of
\\41 ,"He few miles back," said feet long, nearly sixty ,
a thirty
AwereiJ, "The great man shall be was their native country. The conse- tors. The secretary reported the
Mr.,Monk. "Yes," he added, after I feet wide paddle-wheels twenty-
there. quence was, these line estates fell ; I following as the list pf salaries agreed
looking down through the'whole I hands of the Church which eight feet in diameter, and paddles ,
into the Superintendent -
,' The roads were in an awful] state; of pponi j President: $10,000 ;
which the fearful{ jolting and the feet long. The horse-power
has held nominal ownership over ten $2 <"00
find during the first few miles out $4,000 ; Secretary,
of Mr. G. had made in the four hundred tons
head since until her engine was ; Richmond
them ever recently they : at
Fol&ora, slow was made. Treasury, $2,500 ; Agent
progress coach roof, "yes, I can see him.- and her carying tonnage, one thou
.., "Sir," said Mr. Greeley "are you have been confiscated ,from the hundred and $1,500 ; Clerks and Messengers
aware that I must be at Placervillo Ha is there. Church', and set apart by the government sand three forty.:-of from $50 to 75 per month.
in the
said the finished spring
Greeley, for colonization.As She was reduce thePresident's
motion to
at seven o'clock morders"to-night? of the committee, presenting him- I said before, I have never 1838. The immense dimensions of, Upon a ,salary from $10,000 to
"d'vet laconicallyreplied
\ the window >( the coach Leviathan awakened fears for
self at o een finer anywhere, and besides the this debate strung
Monk. $6,000 protracted
Heniy a
:, "Air Greeley we have coma most her safety. In these days she
Still the coach dragged slowly] richnees of the soil, the climato> i is which was finally'put an end to
to welcome sir-why; would be considered a very fair up,
-- cordially you
rrJ. not surpassed anywhere in the the author of the resolution raov-
for\ by
God bless me, sir, are bleedingat yawl for the Great Eastern. But,
you resemble
months theta
"Sir," said Mr. Greeley] "this is, world. The summer inn to lay the whole matter on
I the nose. besides the general incredulity
in Georgia, and the winter
'. orders cried Mr her success; was <
"I've got my is never so cold as to require a about .. J"rirThe
at seven 1" : orders is fullers then as too ,big for safety and
Monk "My as : fire. I have nut been a fire ex upon of the census
Again came the answer, "I've got 'Git him there by seving.: It ill for cookiug since I left New, York only, seven passengers could,be induced reveals completion the astonishing fact
orders I"But of Illinois
my of saving. Stand out of of heat to enter their names for the
a quarter Th extremes never reach the
the was not increased that since 1880 the population
speed Before she could start
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.. ,. the above 90. The trial trip.
way. 70
: below or
'n pro increased about 500,000,
chafed anoth- has
and Mr. Greeley Si. State
away sir exclaimed tho committeeman a little steamship, the
I "But, duets of the country are coffeebUgar however,
'er half hour, when as he was againabout off ]leader] i uilt to, ply between Tendon or nearly 33 per. '1
seizing ,the by ; tobacco and rice, (cotton is rids, b; ..
to'remonstrate with the driver, the reins, "Mr: Monk, we are come but not as1 a staple.] ) All !kfld Cork, pushed out from Irelandon f
aihe hos started into a furious run, Look the grown 5th of April, 1838 and made "The current fashions as displayedat
\ I to escort him to town. at the tropical"fruits grow in the the article]
f and all sorts of encouraging yells i procession sir, and the brass band, I' and had straight for New York. The Great Beecher's church"< form an
the throat of Hen greatest [profusion c&l1,4b in New York fashion book.
, !filled ry Monk.the air.from I and the people' and the young%'wn- for the gathering.:: Western left Bristol, on the 8th or a ,

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Savnnnnh nnd Florida Railroad A hopeful SUnder In. Letter from Mr "Stonewall"Jnckson. Plain Talk.

w.', ti.t\f( rtTtJU; ccutfct# : Connection. the heal of "Supporting the Hon. Vi as. A. KirHiitpso.t, of JlJlntl! !i_,
The Importance. of' nn early Railroad: Pr?sid inhe Nl'w'Mk Erlxe publishes We /give place to the following beautiful hns written! a letter in which he among') "

/I' TALLAHASSEE S communication between Savannah and the following from Washington response of Mrs. General Jackson to opposes the fanatic and ruinous policy ,o.

a THURSDAY, fEBRUARY 1. 1860. Florida again!: l'nJ\"S: the attention, cf correspondent, and evidently regards the the tribute citizens of Houston, Texas : the Radicals. Ills dated from .hi*., Lomi'

.* the press all titizens of Savannah, who mutter as one of the (ighrst'political significance > "R.icnxorn, Va., Jan. 8, if 66. at Quinc'y, and is as followt

Agent for the Flcrichs.: Sentinel, aim to't'trt'CL it by the.completion: of vhai jest aunts timer "JKfurt. Bell t ..lead"GasnaYElrYour} 1 had a very iDttbfuctiiry interview with
Mr, D. II, Wilson, at Quincy. is generally( known as the Live Oftk-Jttuc- note !tr.clos'pg a the President. a d.IY m Uo before the Mee.ting .
.. 'A Republican: t'\lit\f'AI'P'yln\ nt one letter from Mr. John Dickinson, of Huns\ His
of Congress
Mr. THOXAS JEXKISS, at Madison. lion connecting the' Atlant'C and GnU message cnntuniedall
of the most important departments' 1H ton. Texas, forwarding a draft for $52: in expected
Messrs. DBEW & OAKIVT, at Jackson Pensacola and Georgia week for the official advertising that Acts Arc more potent
Railroad with the was gold, and a certificate of deposit front than wnrcli1, nod the President by withdrnwinir -
tillc. Railroad the Florida Peninsula asked if his paper would adopt the resi's you, lifts been received. Mr. Dickinson i 11'-
Mnj. F. C. BJRRET' at Gnlne vl1le. spanning his PrnvinionnHioveriiui, ) in North.
policy.\ The intimation. w is made quests that the proceeds of the'same bl'1h.ce.t
", Mr. C. E. JOBJISO, aL Momicello.Mr. from east to nest that on no other terms could official patronage at my disposal and says the amnnnl Carolina, Alabama, Georgia' :MingisM i).pi,

W. L. STROM AS. at Cl'ntlpvl11t" the Live Oak connection, It will be remembered !: be given out" was by a portion of the citi and :South Carolina, nod l'e.O(.>ni1.illg tie,
Governors vlictcd ns lie proper ofiicpm t>i
was made about a year ago, So it that the President beginning tens <>f Texas nt the instance of some ladies f
upppa-s di.rtrrye die duties oftlie plncf, ha*
To Printers_ and Publishers by the Confederate anihotiiie.-i; the iron to appreciate his Vosiilon) and! to d'lighleis; of the 'Old Dominion.. < shown his desire to di nil he CliO do in the I
"As I have the of knowingwho
Having a large:0-lot oflurplun being taken from the Florida Railroad, take a practical, sensible .view of things. these kind not friends means and noble dauah.lersof !. l-mnisis- 1 rrp at thiii Is all he Con d>> .

running;! from Fernaudipt to Cedar Keys.. There is nothing under heaven that Voginia' are, I must, through yon, now, rl'nrjlniltilll1I: ,I.111 iia States' in th'f
Union with the of the Start s. TrrRpublicnnsln .
PRINTING MATERIALS, A few, months- since, however, by order mould go!; so far to divide and weaken the express my heartfelt, thanks to them for C'tianM, are ol'l.r.1|!|, l ltthin. >
1 offer for side: FOR CASil, the following art!. Gen.'FOSTER: :: the .1Jm their testimonial\ love and honor to my
elea..t i t cornmandng Radicals In Congress therefusal of the lamented husband anti would thank ., The Prp ioJ"II\ says the rehelhun! .
'' you
"t Ury-Dfpartment of Florida the iron ., via Itlt'lliini\, ia
President, to give ,hl'OIf.! .their followers to convey to them the strongest I'xl'les.I'i'n over. Congiris I.J n
One-half Manufacturers' Prices. replaced ort the Florida road, thus leaving share of the Goveirvment of my gratitude That their reward mill i!o'ng' on. Between the 1riVl'lent and
WASHINGTON HAXD PRESS, .lz.Na.t. any patronage.This tli5; liudital Reiiub.ii'iiiis 11.l'Ie.8. ":a d l" -p
of miles between Live be far than this noble act tit
a twenty way greater
; gAp is evident\ from the of .
language Republicans
In sand order very :: ditch, nn a high will. TV Ra.licnl
WAPIIINOrO'V' HAND- PRESSnlze No. Oak and the of intersection at the generosity to the widow and fathprle'-s' ) ,
One point '
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wlinlll"I1'. .
-. 2, In excellrrit order. the Tribune in commenting on the above.It and that the choicest blessings of Heaven in Cuiigte-s: un';
Georgia line. Savannah is desirous of filling th.y'Inean to keep di.'C'ird. and nnnrcliy.
JSOlbr. BHKVIKK.SJOlbn. can hardly conceal its enaglin and UIIeasinl' may ever rest upon each one'of these:

I' ., LONG PRIMER.PICA. this gap as son as possible. '. It fays: kind heat ts, is ;h) \player of trillllt(,hl1tL H' lung of they hive the power.Their .
400 Ibn BMAM.
the in
Intro b pn-ple
12 r'1I111' JO TYPE. To make apparent one of the great ob The President! hii conversations with "Yours; very titllv. iXiuiion pluce )
I 20 fonts DVSPLA Y '1'YPF. MRS. T. J. JACKSON.' uertaiu.There.
CUA8E8.I:! DASHES: KULES, LEAPS, FUK- jects that would attained, l'y the completion members still profuse'in avsma cr' is Dot to-ilicy in the lanJ-feJCt( !
Hl'It'RE, and III fuel exerj'thing tiece, .uiry of this enterprise; the Savannah that he is far from desiring conflict between -.p -- in Congress) ntiy oppo-'ilinii to tin- Union S
\ out twice the le of tie Mrs. Lincoln nt the While
In getting a
paper Executive and C.n but'he
MBW> publish tbe following paragraphfrom the $!' pr$, the t'cons.ilulion winch, inukifctht. Union.. III'Ibt'
M"-- papers
W. A. arosER! does not teem willing lo say w hat lie 6 laws passed in |pursuance. ol 'the constitution -
Prrprletor Florl an Sentinel.. letter received there i ecent'.y! from would do to avoid it.. If !it is true, its is.. A Washington correspondent of a :Ve\y }rl the llndical Ueiiub'icanD" '' s.y

acitisen of Florida : genemllv, asseted IIId believed by many" fOlk paper tells tome facts about M.s.L1I1c"ln' the ref"' -lii.'n stilt coiiiinnpi-i' ; tint it w tit
Dissolution. The of this section of the Stateare that the President intends to use his ofS .
nil v.
people AdminKtiation, hitherto only 'hie! end vtMilinur" until the neuru IK >
In of obligations private very desirous of replacing the iron cial patronage for the purpose of ftwcma'tbe 1..11" ,oic'n' 'illhe Sal l.t.ely: 111 r'l b-i)-
consequence partially brought the knowledge of
immediate admission If Somber dr 1- : :; .
and making the connection with Savannah fliijallj.
Iun. Neglo votinif IBI.UW the 1..1
anil person to myself, I liar sold my In. by lailtond. Cut. HOCSTOCS,, the egations, he may produce' the desired- the public.! His state'v.ents have not yet ] ." All the!St-te. and people 'p| -

terest In the Sentinel to my former associate President of the Pcnsacola: and Georgia (lect upon a individuals but lie will ,. been denied, and ate believed: strictly posed to this ale in 'r> l>ellion. liy inns ;

Mr. W. A. SBOBGR. He Is now sole Raill'ondlIns North daring the fall, to thereby jather piecit< tale than preventan I true : test CiHilieelitut. at her Ida i eleitum.. pin. ed '

proprietor. This disposition of my interest purchase Iron with which to repair that O'Ppn.rllptllt'l''e. The enTjiloj merit of ; her...lf in lebellion. m tin) \\,"., Mmni -
The current gossip is the
DJI'RnS'ollia only lend expecting!
such I'xa-pl'r .
to the Florida railroad and I
belonging retain and ColotaJj. Al.iss-ivhu-te 1111.-
in I it, howpr111 not affect ny. editorial that already laid down on the Live ate men who are always minI; to come: nllegf! malvetsations! of' MLS., Lincolnduring eU>the o'8. lujjro iu vole. lihotiv 1-l.ind.'1M Vt-r-

connection with the My to a fair and fiiendly, undetstarnling, but : her occupancy and on leiviug! the
. paper. Oak connection but could obtain none IIlnnlllll.\\ M.ilne tin ,tlie mn. 'j; all the, r l' .'
.ii end mind continue with it and itwill for cash, which'' he was unable, to who will' neverield \o anything thai ; White linn St". The hewspapeis' have
heart except lihe States 1 l heliete II,0y, the negto' ::' thisjlivdeae. '
"t'pn11(1' lpatIIIIIO all
looks like force or conujiion.Th : denying! 'ie ponfibilitv '
in the citizens Savannah
He is hopes if ,
,1' be my endeavor to contribute to Its pay. t tire repot ,that Mis. Lincoln \ .
will the benefit to tl-em f idea of employing "foice : '
see t or ,
> Ih sty Slnlr re t'('I t..ill.v, in tebrllion'
render it earned, off the furniture 'f toe
columns to
in a mnnner ac ep- "' 4! f
this connecting' 1 Ink'nnd come f01'l1 and ruption"; to infi.ioiice Radical Republican ii'i'oidinn to this !tea I. hour say sir. xre -
] It is matter .f record, I bel eve
table as a public journal. I bespeak ,or and advance the Two bundled :
i' money. I aid the I
a Members of Congress and their supporteis \>- that Mis. Lincoln's, millinery bills were 'loyxl. hjiw In' Moiy' ul'ajll'"r. ,
..J. lot mer associate: a contir nance of thp4I1f thousand dollars would put it in running of the funds ai.d-ihj. who, d Sill!1'.. d 'I Ii ilii-it'-t. v\hen 1, "-k. J ,
paid public
orc'er with tolling stock is, of com se, rery cnpalftteabie: to oat es
machinery! etc. U the it could agr.e >
} patronage and favor that mry have been amount charged! to. the account for, ma \ court tlic\ i 10 n ei- i
extended to the on behalf. My The advantage to Sarannnh would be those immaculate |.atttols ; Lute rather mire for the, White Iluti-p giomuls' IIm diet said : "No; i\lr .luilj-, lliry me, rl'v- .

paper my that R great atrount of travel and trans think they would!. suud it, in preference ; \ u'tidenake l-i for cents. on en nfthe mutt (' wry njm I rv r ftv. c ,
bar fitly:
association with him, though brief has portation of merchandise 1 to" New Orleansand .
d 1 1I
i MflPMihtlMlta tllrlr tlillH 0<
to the withdrawal of the Goveinnient j>atronage. the dollar" Mllssif\ vdesrnin i iu ihis city b") nTf !
been agreeable and satisfactory. He is the iiilf) ports, would, iiistcad'of the to the amount of th'-Usanddollais. I Sutes' in n brlliuit The csl|,itil i, 'it nsli-

fully capable to conduct the paper as it long and dangerous: pasaga around the At any late, it will lp. lefresh- fur silkseh'I'I., diamonds, and the like.I niitun and (itorgetnwn, by the a'ni'' .,tuiiBiiuiiOds
Florida Keys, come to Savannah, thence ing In see the expeiitnent tried upon iu 'Wli.n. L.
know this} fact, because Ii layer with. vote .II"" ptopU are r<
should be he does the I
combining as
across to St. Marks which lias a harbor li .
them I 1\ .1"11I1 nm inlirnHte, was applied tn, to
requisites of a thorough! !' knowledge of the admitting first class ships. Il is proposed .. collect: these bills; bas lie his clients I need not argue the qU..>lIp" now tin t j

'business-energy, will and industry. to facilitate this route by the extension of'I An Decision.We would not authorize him, to go iato the he lugio is ui inliriot-'"ie lo uuri' ::1 1 ht

The success of the Sentinel as a Tri- the railroad to a point these miles below, Important conns, he could do nothing. Letters sI II .tor' of til I tune piuvre ,h:ii. '1'he ]1'01, n.J"f -
and construct a lai'ce wharf with all learn from the Nashville Dispatch:
conveniences ] I dxuoti"*
nfthe eVir\uhere
wete not an. \II'n.-d. A nninber of the-e vottt 1 pifiple i'
Weekly after its tempora-y suspension for Iran-fairing passengers and that the Suptetre Court of bills were subsequently paid vff by sub viralei the! f.icl; we will lion follow il.sexampleufcnhei
in consequence of the war, has exceeded freight. The cIizens: of Jacksonville and tills 1
has lately pronounced a ,decision which seiiptions among the shoddy patriots ; republics" on i-oiilnu-ni,
our fondest anticipations. Fernandina are tery naturally opposed to transactionsentered but large aiiionnts remain unpaid. who Lave IK en plunge! I into ninl. KI pi tononrchy "
will! touch the vitals of many
this and have made
connection some efforts
All debts dne and claims against the a.f--- by oonleiring the. ryau: ...I' salt' age;
lo have it pi evented by a a act of Into daiing the. war. The case DECIDEDLY Uica.-The Savannah Daily up.n inlenor, n'ors. 1 would nut thr.ova ;
office of the T1I Weekly Sentinel be the
was as follows: Herald bus tire following lich item. : straw in' the wny uf the thutu11in unite /\ /-
settled with Mr. SHOBER. A wilier in the Savannal. Herald urgesas rii-an. The, white, race I pi'r spa h.netluiethe .
0 B. Wright and R. Cantrell.) plahatifi-' / An "affiiir of honor" came-off Saturday,
EDWIN A. IIART. blnck and "lull
additional fed
and l races "Iollg.
an perhaps more Impor-
Overall. yhe HIHchinb in error, against Wesley at near! ,
tant fact, that the comple.i.m; of this con cause came up from the Circuit Court, of tietween two colored Knights of Uleaver. the oonit-nt. now Iu ensur I the bliirk u..uai'i ,
di the red one ho, dune' -I:
/ The undersigned, in assuming the proprietorship netting link \\ ill so cheapen the cost of DeKalb county. Plaintiffs in error had' One negro butcher insulted! another, when Sup..rirr>"|'I'r|races ui. al,lnrilnnie", interior ..>u*. r
executed their note to Sampson T rgar' a challenge toJltl\1 ed. Tire principals.
and the
publication of Sentinel transportation to the sea-board as to When in conucl Ihe tutriiur ra e on y
fur the sum of$800. The note liRif beeii assigned with ecotnl-i, jepai-ed to 11otthims 'u'sI'.land '
deems it unnecessary to add to the make Saiannah the depot of the mal keto by Yergan to Reuben Scot', a' d when they blazed away ut each 'learns and prm-ticeKinc vmsut the. mp t

above, more than his assurance that he able productions \\holeofthe magnificent br Scntt to Overall. On' th- 9th day of utter and succeeded ,Aoundiug. one of nor 'I sm Uiiihg what iNp-iteuci- nacli'should

will use his test endeavors to meet public country lying between the Savannah December, 1862: Wright end Ojtntrell) bad the seconds, but escaped without any bed, !, he privileges done'! by known excluding lo I''It iI.z.ton d penpie n egreatrM I

expectation and make it deserving of and Apalachicola liveis. lie also paid Overall $300 in CrofeJe'ate money, ily jury, to themsehes. This occunentesaufctied all inftriiir r.<-i.s lioiu, the hallot. I h. x.Tlvy .-
r and had take. Ins receipt for tnnJe the. wounded honor of the cllj'rt'd -
the liberal thus far bestowed from Jacksonville admonition 'hove p.i-ervid it ivinn coin- j
support quotes a an lever
paper The credit was not etrered on the, note getnman( and .the whole party made .
upon it. He is about to visit Washington to the business men of the pacei! though it is a mater of record, h? pronr! friends. After drinking two \bottles ot milted to them.

and Baltimore for the purpose of procuring that "the merchants of Tallahassee complain iced to make ncJi cred't. In lli' Cii'cuii whiskey and playing eveia4. games ot In innclUMoo overlhit'XV, .I shirk it our duty in this

Court, Overall, sued for the full face ol seven up they returned lo the city\ and tautest to thin p.nlj.a
new presses, types, stationary and that the expense and delay of pro- tbe note and the Court gave judgment!; were arrested at the 111114. ket Saturday flier' ala'Uonnuw curt nolhug Hid luiuiip. t

the printing material requisite for a first- curing goods from Savannah via Jacksonville for ibnt amount. Hence Wright awl t''l'uingif\ a file of soldiers, and Cuntnii the cnuniry.

class printing office, when he trusts the is so great.that they will be compelled Cautiell came up by wr t of error. The ed at the banacks.. Ye ily, these are Let us give lire, President an ei'T eat srp-" I
in thiK\ h"cin.n I i'itiujy.
Sentinel iIJ be found to be fully up with to abandon this route and look to Supreme Court affirm the judgment below queer tlwes I\e live iu.ECST port v&urniinNliiijT: I
>\ IW'lL\lW; .
tlie', leading
the times. transportation' way of Thomttsviile and ,members in an opinion*'f the regarded bar as an by aide one OP GES. LEK.-(Juf of the! Rich \\". T. D wit. 1.1., r,.", I u&, 111. j I Iw'

W. A; SHOBER. Monticello, or by nay of Live Oak junc The cardinal r>oliits assumed l>y their mood papers, makes the lullotung statement ;; ;:'
bach iiiid
,. : ir Doting Imlv inmght
tion. Honors are 1. That tie Courts cannot
Good If True.A iMacdonald some tit ket. in p"rlnribhii,i| w H lottery .t
,. The cost of completing the Live Oak recognize an a power capable of issuing the sculptor, who has beenso the,< recetit' Sdtiilary l<'a'I'> itt Mil \.iul>i ic,
short time since Mr. STEVENS that which is not and ever has
connection i I. estimated at $200,000; and money successful; wiUi his bust of Charles agreeing! |n d'vide ,1.tinpiMLve.U/ eitnlihlv' .
been the Legislature
Pennsylvania, brought forward a Resolu- to,raise the amount in Savannah. (for it and Executive so recognized. branches by ">f the Govem. O'CoDoj', is about to commence on a bust The)' drown double ben.It'ad,8 l baby ci'in
i lion in the House of Representatives to ot General Lee, which is to be finished iu and lunch !hiifket. unit I tin. q' how
must bo raised there if at all the citizens ment 2. That the so-called Confederate
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repeal so much,of the test.oath -as prohibited States ate not recognized by those! marble, lo the under'of a number ol geatleuiea lo divide them, \\hetlur they dull nut l
are discussing the propriety: a in New Yo.'ik. Macdouad will I .
Use, them "jintly. "WI r
Southern Attorneys from pvacti- branches, and never ''lel'S.. Therefore .
public meeting and a united and determined KOOC leave lOP Lexiaglun i to proceed wits .
ting in the Courts of the United States. any paper issued by the said Confederate
the k. We have seen a letter iron
A'retie': WAR AmMiofPr R.
effort Bt once, Stales to be cannot oFTIIE,
<;t This move on the part of old THAD. .... be recognized: as such by the Courts. General, Lee, in which lie says that his \lniitl[ lies two niiinu. l>f>lU; picked! tlf'( ,n,..,

was a great surprise to those not in the Tbe New York Chamber of Commercehas time is very much occupied with his duties Ptteeshurg.tilal! are (irmly iietvil.. They

secret, aid led to various surml es. liis decided against in BOUND SOUTH- Gainesville New in the college, but he will, neterihe- were d" flied 1 front .the (1l'pllMI1III"| -
co-operaliig a less,solar ru iatity Ui&; fiieud In New Tor k miss met each other in.. the/ coui>eninl, going .
\ families
now state d upon very good authority that movement to call together a National Essay's large number of fiom by devoting a few Louis iu the artist ami with equal' momentum nettitalittil' rich

asmallpiivate. caucus of the "faithful" Convention to devise, measures to increase Middle Florida\ and Georgia have recently his wUlk.Pi.nlJo. 01 hei"'s (fOlt'palln, ft II Inii-mlcm. i hv giound,

s had previously been held at the residenceof the production of cotton in the United passed through that place, bound, for the A LARGE Sc.uB.-The They bear icmluaiva rvidcnco tlmi I lliiir .
: os
Chief: Justice Cases, where the whole Southern ot! the Stale.communication. present union was etfi vied as abuts .
States, on the ground that its cultivation portion
Selma (Ala:) correspondent of the C'l.ciu- .
..u1-ject' the test oath was discussed: }
manifestly so important and
profitable WRailruaJ U now re nati Gazette writes ; tTA vute was ueing tnkfii. on an imfwrtnnt '
and that the Chief Justice gave it as his that ''pr iuptlngs of personal interest med-Dre in the Indiana Seiute the .
i stored between August sod Savcnnih and "Genetal McArthur, cf Illinois! has
"private oplnlon"that the oath was clear ,,'iIsecure! the desired results," and that leased five plantations in central Ala, other day Mr -, n giuunil rcvtr- ( t
unconstitutional l that the line!! between Macon and Savannah: wil cud Suiniot.had not been intending lo hs, ,
ly ; a question then "this motive is already attracting the bama for next :year ; Major Banes, of
before the Supreme Court involved the requisite be reopened io a few weeks, when we Joe Jobnstou's staff, has eight ; Generals "biz," and didn't know what the qu.-.l'on 9WI.

whole principle, and he 'r recommended capital to produce large colton shall have: direct: ray road communication Chase and Wm. R. Woods, of Ohio, ate .,. Ill name was culled\ by the Secritu. 1

crop for the ensuing year. with 0":1' the getting some ; so are Colonel Gore, of ry. 1Ie look I'd puTiled for n moimrt. and/
STEVEKS\ to introduce his Resolution as ---- -5. Richmond again, Georgia loan, and a uumb of others. Their then r-ppiiiR the disk with hill linu. !.Ies. I

the best method of relieving him from the Tsar Ki>o !-Mr. Kerr'S bill, which Central. ... plan is to rent at three to five dollars an after the manner of curd ;lOnying,, .said I I

necessity of making a disagreeable decision gives to the Southern States'the ,benefitof FAIT TlJu-An: -boat race came off acre, one-thid down, and the remainder IIBM'," An 1Iudibl peter luif through the
payable 1st of January, 1867. Then they hall; and the Prikidcnt, of the Senate "took t
and the from the act donating lands
party retaining possession pnblic for in' ''
: en the Had of a most unwieldly "ell'phant"-tbe dustiial colleges, has been repotted back when tbe Popghkerpeie Ice-boat made'ten for each plantation." -s.c

truth of all which lime will soon deter from the House Committee on Aglicul I mites in eight minuicc-most astonishing, THE SOICIDS OF ADMIRAL Paas A.-- ,

mine.. ABBOKE8 lure with an amendment proviso'that I but true. 17 A Washington telegram to the This litiRulat vet: is thus elated. ; 4 j

< ho person shall be excluded from the Philadelphia Ledger says : Admiral. Paieja, commanding the Span- i

NATIOSJW.: BA eEB.-The Comptroller benefits of such schools on account cf t v- President Johnt-on "'U a luckyman 1''I hear that Mr. Bijejow! wrote out by spsquadion. nil the CURt of dull, committed -

of Currency has written a letter, race or color. on New Year's day. Somebody in the last steamer, cautioning the Govern suicide December >"&, 18k.-

dated 8th Inst., in which he states' that Stamford, Connecticut, sent him_ a turkey .. against putting faith in the reports He had, sent a '1'8el. the Covadongo
about the cuntempl'ited withdrawal of with dispatches to the Isthmus. She WM r
"The First National Bank
ot' Attica" is 17' The Washington correspondentof which weighed 47 pounds the French troops from Slesico." captured: by the Chileans, November 26 : .

the only National Bank that has failed the N. Independent it Is .. .. par.ja'as Infol coed of it on the :23th! "-

under the l\l.llonl.ll'llem. Capital 850,. says conceded arw Senator Sherman, of >Ohio,has Cot. M<..>>T KELKibio.-The Alexandria! On the 29ih, after! brooding some 30 hours ,

000, circulation 45,000, receivable by all that Mr. A lams will be the new Sec placed himself sqcar: -ly and uneqivbcal- Gazette of Tuesday says that Col. Mo-by I Iw. over the displace: the report of a .pistol

National Banks in the United States _< retary of State. I ly on the side of tie Administration. .. released after a few liourtconfinemeut, was heard in the cabin, and upon enternj .

-------. .- --. and i i. now at his home In %Varreutoa.j''Tbe : he was found dead, Mint by own
par and redeemable in lawful igrSeeretarjSBWABD has reached hand, thioush the rigid teiuple. On his
.. money l Uon. A. H. Stephens has positively r niu prisoners lately I sentenced

upon presentation at .the Treasury of the Havana, and is having "a good time" declined to be t candidate for U. 8.r at Cerli: were cheered through the 'tl'fftll by able a paper. found, wituen! In a fiend
)hand> directing that Ids body should t>.. .
United Stah.l. with the Captain General. : '
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.. I. .'".' BY TELEGRAPH. Columbus Items. Massachusetts Patriotism. ,;jtsrThree venerable ladies survive McKIBBIN &. 'ALLEN

... J': From the Columbus (Gag) Sun of the Gen. ,Washington, writing to Ilich- who were of the choir of young? : girls

r' liTER FROM' EUROPE. 28th, we clip the following : arts Henry Lee, August 29th, '1775, that, dressed white, greeted Wash

COTToN SmsD.Ve understand that HAVE NOW. t'l: STORE
Arrival of the Jura. officers have seized fire hundred and fifty said : seventeen

hates' of cotton in the warp hot+e of j, "I have made a pretty good storm his 16 assume tho Presidency

Nr.w YORK; ..ta2aThe steamship R. iffY & Co. The officials claim it to among such kind of officers as the and way who strewed his pathway with, The Largest and Handsomest
Jura, tint arrived with Liverpool advices tie Government cotton, and Intend sending Massachusetts ,
Government abounds
\0 the 14tb. it to New Yoik. As yet It remains flowers. Ono yet lives in Trenton; ,
in the city. TIe.enttumi was held by the in since I came to this place, having another, tho mother of the Hon.'Mr.
COTTON MARKET. warehouse in the tiamfs of two Liver pool broke one colonel and two captainsfor Chestnut, formerly Senator from : OF.

Snips of cotton on the 13ili, 7.000+,,111., firms that have branches in New Yoik. cowardly behavior at Bunker South Carolina, and tho third, Mrs.

the market closing, easier though! former Thp1'1Il'lIIs111 doubtless contest the Hill; arid two captains for drawingmore Sarah Hand resides in
Cape May
barely maintained msVssion of the cotton with the Govern- DRY GOODSEVER
quotations: were and
uent.Tiie. provisions pay than they county, N. J.Gelltlemcn.
]had men in their companies nnd one
NEW YORK MARKET. I RPA OS WHY.-A gentleman a .
for being absent from his when arriving at New
1'eeduian "hat IIP post
yesteidav was
NEW YORK, Ji. 27.-C"tton I h steady, OFFERED FOR
with. sales W day of 2,800 bales at pricesvarvtns doing with that hall\ chained to his 11'10-( the enemy appeared and burned a York from New Orleans and Mobile SALE IX FLO.

from" 47nS8c.JoUl I Why, ims'.a," said he, "...1\\ the nizseis! house just by. Besides these; 1 have overland report that numbers of Northern RtDA,
< 13934.T'CLtTICAL.. din town bin a-ter dis cannon ball, rind this time colonel in' in
quoted it at ono one major, men, eng-igcd planting i
And lice didn't'Illit niaser
me' massa and per ties timlodU\ nigger's! one captain and two subalterns under Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama,
to git?; em, we Consisting in of
leg fist 10 keep.m :tom being store, arrest tor trial. In short, I spare are rapidly settling up their affairs, part
The political'nl'by the Jnra \v'Important. 111'> luus .a-r.uffln eli-e." nonej and yet fear it will not all do, for the purpose moving themselves and
It 1M repotted that Earl Itusm Brown Bleached Muslin
'fll m hurl submitted his Rpform Bill\ to the A BLoonr FIOHT.-As the train for as these people seem to beonly. attentive and their families from Southern ,

Cabinet. Columbus, 1"lIdl',1vlth dhehmned color to their interests." soil and out of harm's way. The Jaconet

It Was jimlentoorl that Slnl'nth... eA troops' going hotnp, under charge olLieut There! has been, the Clt'ca!: .conditions of things there is described I ,
llaiiinstton, was pushing Geneva says
Fenian Heart! Center, had left Paris and : ,
uncomfortable and threatening
nnnp to Genera to confer with the mem yesterday, one of the white sold\ PIS on Time*, ho improvement in tho patriotism as most : Cambric: and .

;t hers ot the' Icitenmtioual Kevolutiouaiy ;dory at that place] for cnuse unknown of Massachusetts sine('. During -I. to Northern settlers.
Claim threw n bulk\' At one of the colored sol-
Ttic Palls Correspondent\ of tie Lon diets, striking; him on the head -whet'p. the recent war she was attentive SUPREME Cou rtT J l'DGEg.-T1} e Geor. Swiss ti Mnslfni,

Ion Time, nays the Mexican difficulty upon there wes a eeneial diawina of revolvers only to her own interests. Her cia; Legislature on Friday elected
ma '
,, was befoie the last Mini,prill.l Council anna, &c., and a reisulat tishtn- D.iwson A. Walker for the long term Cuuton .! u.u

and neuilv! \ nil!\ of lie memheia' favoiedBneedy n stiod, the white suldieis fliina! into the jor-generals plundered cities and her and Judge I. L. Harris for the short]
train a< it. left xevetely wonndina! nine ofIh" .
l'p l\l1l1t the French troopi. Thp : reverend colon lbtolo tickings
libraries. .
coloipd soldiPis-one ills i said, dan : term. On the third ballot fur the '
time Ids
Emperor, however thinks the
not yet arrived Iplousl.I10d will prohably die. We did Her people look contracts, furnished long tonn Walker l'eceivul104 's, ,

fpalllh aCRiln\ remained: unchanged. not leatti that any of the while troops( shoddy, shiiked their quotas and Gen. II. I,. .owning\ 99. For the Blankejs! ,

wet e hurt. short term arris received 102 votes v
TENNESSEE:: AND: KENTUCKY: LEG- A NAIL 1..Nt1PICT'.Ry.-Th" rolling\ hired as substitutes: vagabonds and and was declared elected.A Cloths, and

ISLATURES. mill;] fill merly attached to !the], Naval Iioi negroes. A J. .

Cmxctim u'tt. .J,I.n. 2'i.' -1'h.. Tonn .ep works, which was burnr-d in the raid. hay Mormon paper at Salt Lake ('a simcres.Ladies'

Senate yetP, rt.\\'.C""C'I' led in the IlniisfttacndnKMil p peen \pisi'chased by a company of pnteipnMngr llorth arolina. .characterize the fresh attacks upon .
: .
energetic eentleinen) and nil .
to the Negro! Testimony. bill !
'. In the Kentucky :.eji Utine, t'le Senate I soon be rebuilt! It I is In 1 be fined ii|" Gov. WORTII'S Message\ to the.Leg polygamy as "Hell boiling: again..

tesoKvd to puxtpuni* the pp<1llon of with the bo.i of mach"e'! .- fur the )purpnve islattll' was delivered the nth
U S. Ri'nalois, ante to extend: the pees of rolling lion and nuking. nails.- I' on : 1VtXU 1 Dress Goods
ont settsion.Tln The itmnnfict(9ry" to be xtensive and He advises the issue and sale of : IDeur tmt1 .

Hstfw, has: iilijpfp 1 fi the uistl known an the "Cipnr&ia lion and Nail State bonds to pay the interest on the

't 1111111,1, ainiMiiliiinni\ ahulHliiiij:: xlavHijthi'imnhi'Ut Woiks." Tne esiAi'lishment will\ be pie' State debt' The taxes to inert the PRIVATE BOARDING. French Merinos. ,
temp Untied\ Rintei. ami .
liabilities would be '! J. II. AI STON
usurp than double prepared to eoom--
llenien! who have It hi chin ate confl
clamed, the. nctimi \ uken the rge
Already by 11L mottle fifteen or twenty bourdon) Hi
'k:".: e L-',! to I)?' dent! they cnn rail Jinn I an.1 make nail the former taxes, and more than the tier liMl.lonco. near the MethodllllUhut'ch,11I day tats\ English: Meriuos, *
':i'i' dipnoi than they can 1>P tioMght front people in their improve] ished condition city She U nlao prepared to ont rtalll trnnalcnt

'fI' Co.; '{c 1Essw: AL NEWS Now Yoik, and in addition, they will pio, could pay. The Governor says gl\'lIlo ullotom'or.ry the comfort euro of the and gucflt.ntttmtlon will bo
Juct' beder arlic 11'. Alpacas
a 30
WAsfTBrrr"N Jan 20\ -Tlie HtW'p oIpirpipiit.iiivfi he would not bo understood as being Jnn. -101 ,
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| 'u -lay 1 ifl tmi<>d! t>H> conriderntiini despondent relative to State nl' LOST.
I of the\\ c .1i-titntdo'.al! amend Th.Xvgro sum'arrc nill, I frfench and English Poplins,
fairs. t tie-tn-opn
Ilu says he must' rely chiefly "lie :lOth.'ind,
tent lesaidinz the. l.aili "f rejiresen'a A I loiter from Washington to the SOMKTIXTE S1'ATE't'IWA!ItY CEKT1FJ-
t '"4. Mi. I'i' dii'B, of Kr arid M" upon our virtue and persevering- DATK-; (No. 24,) fur $124 87, lunuod In favor of Foil dePlain Cheevers
Wiialit l! of t"'IJel'-.*| Utiin, Ma('on Teb'"gruplt, dated January20th : oll.try-hc must protect the laborer tho from undorsicni'd.\ for All peraoiw are ucrllllcnte forewarned, ,
trailing or n-cuivinff! ucn a.
Hi" ili'bite mi 'ill* :subject. tL-,o2e Hi ein foil) s : and punish the vugnint. lIe recommends iippllcntioulll be made 10 the --t1.te:! '1'r lIourol' [ "
'ii NjliU| in I..VII\i' > t the i ailniiiniou "I' laifr e''r the fur its rene\\' 1 after tho publication of this notice and I ancy
a + benefit of
"The of the star for due
twenty one
Si.u"i hern K'picseiitntivei. Thev c.mlibfn passage negro suffrage
.'. debtors if constitutional .Tun. 23, 186)-"w HART & SIIOBER.
a mode .
bill the louse of can .
Ito iievcav.ty: fur a < iiMijintii.ii' al Ly Ileprcsentatives All Wool

1111I1'11.11111'111 wItji;:Ii, they' w\\, was it'.hm by no means: implies its passage( by be devised. EL DESTINO MILLS

r'1\ as it \\.t |i..tntv niaiins"ttiPiiitl'U \bya the Senate[ or the final success of themeasure. The Governor thinks 'there is no IDelaines
Rpi.iiblic.niecuie! !, LrN iicr 1121 e'iof necessity for continuing the Fieedmen's ,
There is no precious FORJ5ALE.ON .
ilie iiPiM! "'. Tinlluu;e \I ill lake II
,r.-... totimi' iln* 'i'ie( dun to (Uy.Tlie question in the Sctmte, and the bill Bureau. After jl11' sJir- American Delaines
THUKSDAV, the Oral day of February
..., .. S"Mff nisiiiiii>,1.1 j ,irt,: mea..hmC there, will be l by such Sen- tlOn ol the Courts i is restored the will be sold on the preml.o about

tin; fur lh" app' '11' niPKi 'I t 1'rvisiunad alois as Mt'ssts. Doolitlle, Cowan, blacks will get justice from the courts Uul'Icon tittles en at of TulLihimiico, my valuable Fancy Silks

Gut pt'iiars fur tl I.... S., rihwu' Stales \l..lof r.rti ., Cresswell, 8.1 lerm.xu, Van Winkle, and thU will prevent a conflict of Flour, Grist arid Circular-Saw ,
Il',*i vYi.sxoii-in. a o im.r oilwci'da : .
'.r ,
'.... .1 all" it ea.Ut P. to negro suftVage. It is to the commission: appointed by the Together bor and pluming with nboul lands two ntlached.thouannd acres of Urn- .

r 'j f H A -niMiT' flat the blacks lie makes no wheel, each of forty.horne ]>owur. Thu Fluur
CI''I""P'\\ en IIP in speech hll'kill pass the Senate, but if it'cjoe* it will specific und Grist Mill Is furnished with thrio run of
!.', the Itu.1.t.Is b..i-Ung that, adtiinn\ ; surely bj vetoed by the J'resident, recommendation. leaves the alO.p.. boltliiK cloth and far,. Tllu mual from AT ALL PRICES.
fil ena Mitee* .ll1ll1lrl\'e\ ieiiiiPvi[ i of the matter with the Assembly.lie this Mill Is of superior luulity, attracting
ttoullitfiii: Vine: Let nP, adiuii.i'ijr, then and there are not two thirds of the nuT thirty mike Ilollillt
menitieis( in either 'llotiso !lefers to the collection of taxes The Saw Mill columns u lar(n circular taw. and
ii'"".elllal \" 's 10 flip, floiiis oj' 0" ngieo>. who will Shingle Uai'liine, both in good older.
Federal officers
-------- vote for its passage over, the President's by and regrets that! Tho Mill Hoi'so In two stories high, forty feet Cloths and Ctlssiineres

Jtt1ntI' i oils fu Porto. l veto." '. our Senators and Representatives: built wldo and and in one good hundred repair.; fuel long, .ubeta flatly

l'ldPI"I, niiiiiiiiil ,will) :t!" over the ---, have not been admitted. lIe closesas THE TEIUJS Of SALE IN GREAT YIRr'ET't.HATS .
epania nn' \( rmin'1' th* pdn"s a.A pirticnl.irly follow! : "I pray God a returning
ADMIRATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN- Will be one-hulf In cash, the balance payable In
KiiioiiHinp, ami ;it'e h.i* mo-t sink sense uh! patriotism and,I justice: will one and two jeare. Rfcureil by mortgage and *
t liis fc-iitiiie> t.I rime wii.tPi tuiirtfs aliluitiuli! SOX.-Europeans are' loud" in their notes, with interest ut the rate of seven per coot AND CAPS,
t4.. they do nut t-xcl'ide' ,lip "MII ,,f .lln\\'.h| 1 praises of our President. The Independence ere-long correct prejudices of the per annum rut htl.ur will pay for tilled.

t.- or ilc'h block velvet tu'iudf. u iijiiientcdxutli a paper published in.Dc. }- times and carry out the wise systemso BOOTS AND SHOES,
"iiti'iin. biiccuhsfully and restore ALSO, THE
|'ia-M begii'i,
Doiiiicu 1"11111! <> ii.erfasp: in 'MRP and tondvam.ehlisliilv I. gmin, in the French language; prints the States to a constitutional and The El Destino .
the t following eijlogiutn\ from its Paris 'HARDWARE
\ !hi> fro nt., T'i!) l HIVIHCP! harmonious Union ; and that lie ,viIIin'l'il'C
turn) i. counic lift ancs'l f tiy the anplic.i': respondent, which may bo re- Adjoining 1 containing about four thoun.ind[ ores ,
all of us with the wisdom and of O.ik, and Hickory Innd.nrwhh'n nhout fifteen
tint) liphiiul (in the li ate of the Culinary garde I as the French opinion :-- hundred acres are cleared and under, fence. CROCKERY,
, .. :,' ImvuU't! ) "f n >jiiil! white veil of the d.ciitimi .- "How greatly, indeed, have the opin disposition to do right. 'l'EltMI-Onn.four\n: ctnhthubuhmcupiuya l
1 I< | called a leap, as uoni iliwto ble in one, two and three yours, Rcoured by irort-
in tionl, ot 1 Hie clmpfait. Light blue velvet ions ot'onl' governmental' spheres FROM hX1CU.-Lcttcrs from the gages and, notes, with Inicrcet Purchasers lit the rate ofevenner TinVare, &c., &i(",.
Mill fur
.... ." boinipis tiiinined II illi swan down nip changed with regard! to President city of MCMCO: say that in order to titles. per annum. pay ,

r. very plegant. and meet uiili high patron t Johnson Estimates tho moat unfafouble guard against depredations of Guerrillas The.riantutlon will bo divided Into lots to suit
: y .
age have been altered to the Maximilian has the'
Some of our yminET eleyn'fsv1i<. afTpeia l eutiieroadfrom GrEt.OOEB.JpS.FLoun: : : .
d,'iio to im la.e Ca t.'dt' |poi iis of most admiring anticipations. Indeed Vera Cruz; to tho capital! patrolled ALSO, THE

\ the military cot-tunn have lately aii-ar| ] lids a great politician, whose by military police, and thoughthe Corn, Mules, Devon Cattle, ,

\ \ ed in the Champs Ely>ees und on -other wise allll'pl'OfuUlloI judgment in the furco is not very numerous it i is! BOOTH DOWN SHEEP, HOGS,

; < wt:, ]nililii, IM mci>ades wiihared niPili.nimu- management of affairs will leave its said to answer the well. And Utennllnof every kind. t
!J: \ t.ili-n, fitting cr>M>lv round! the ankle and mark in the annals of the purpose very Terms cash. t SUGAR, .
fasteui'd by a black i-l .ill gaiter of unex- hhining It is related of Maximilian that in a DarXbe salo will continue from day to day. ,

.. C"l'l j (ioiiabt! > <.nl. This |1'lIILIII"1I'a: the United States. conversation he maintained that G. NOBLE JOKES.Jan. TOBACCO, frc., A-r.
itlniiibl iieupiisary consequence of tie, President Johnson and he are by position lS6tAdministratrix's
thief, onnieied hat, uliich I N still seen U-Sorne ladies in Ilarrisbnror, well interest natural Notice.

IIPOH'Jiiiinllv In the Dills d* B'Hiloniie, Pa., recently told a friend, a's a joke, allies.\ as If he helps as!by said the Emperor mouths after date I will present my ac Powder, Shot and Percussion
, wImp' K ii j is donned by m>oma'of the youthi that her bnl>lJ.lOJ, who was absent, me, SIX and vouchers Administratrix of thee Caps. i
'i Itul catt'i.ue! i folk.-London Cosmopolitan. I will\ help him ; we will raise tate of (,. M. White,' to the honorable .ludgo of
had been killed. the
Upon hearing rrnbate' of Leon county fur a llnnl settlementand I
". .. statement the wife shocked this continent to such a degree of ask for a dlwhurgo' E. M, WHITE, I.
was so .
1 The Secretary of liVar.t prosperity and greatness! that we Jan. 18, IP6r1-6m A that she fainted and her
Tho. Washington correspondent of so prostrated that, she died system two days was shall soon be able to dictate to the A. J, PEELER, Wines & Liquors,
of the world included.An f
rest Europe
f the Augusta Constitutionalist says of after. So much for a thoughtless ATTORNEY AT LAW
exploring sent by Maxi- ,
I, I' tree Secretary.J of War : joke. milian into the interor- Mexico, TALLAHASSEE, 1'L"ampA. The largest Stock in the State
is desire thai 1 Stanton Offloe Btalrt over the State Daub.
There great up
in the midst of forest
i Pl1IVUEEIU G.-A New Yoi k dispatch : found a largo
nvyofllce hour from 9 a. to 1 and
m. n> ,
...hall retire to private; life. lIe does of the 2tst; says .the% steamer the ruins of a city built long before from 2 to 6 1'. m.Outobfr26 p. CONSISTING OF

not do so,' however, lie dare .not which has been fitting out here for the time of Cortez. This city is of -6m, _. __ ,

1 leave the War Department except some time has gone to sea as a Chil considerable extent, having its streets P. B. BROKAW'S ,, WHISKY, BRANDY GIN, CHAMPAGNE

i for a i foreign mission. which will ian privateer to Spanish paved''with' polished) stone. Many ; PORT, SHERRY AND
prey upon t
i protect him from arrest. Withinthe commerce. Gunboats are also said fine specimens: of "archite tul'o were LIVERY AND SALE CLARET WINES, COCKTAIL .

: past: two yours the prediction AND STOMACHBITTERS
to be building for the Chilian Govern 'found.
'has boon made that Stanton would t. $c., &c.
flee his country' ere long to escape There are said to bo no Irish ,Stables, !fli[, JJ The merchants of Florid are re?

his: outraged fellow-citizens.\ ; And BUSINESS IN LoUISVILLE As among tho' Mormons. "Paddy" will! dpec ,I'ully requested to examine! our !st0c1

strange as"i it,' may scorn, while any shown by the new business directory not pol/ganiato. before deciding to puTha In New York,
I .TALLAHASSEE FLA. as we will duplicate all bills at New York
)leading Confederate official may visit there are two thousand four The Richmond people have heldan prices, theitby saving them time aol

Boston without receiving injury ord.inslIt hundred and forty-one business indignation meeting relative to ALSO- fielaht., I

Stanton dare not remain hero firms in Louisville, Kentucky. the high rents: ..- jToiiliviy no goods aolj at rttaX.HIcKibbin .

.as a privhte citizen.:: This c'ty has CAHR AGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS: & Allen.
j hepn for!some time too hot to hold Myriads of fish in Capo Cod Bay A healthy man died at Indianapolis AM I HARIN'GSS FOR S.uR.rUaha..e8 .

R.itlnr.. :V ; i iI peri 11ed 'luring the resent cold. from fear of the hydrophobia Nov. 9, jaai-tf i I DIP!!, 5,18M-tf

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John Bell of Tennessee. FnlbAnciI> oA'tbc South' Dnrlng Grant's Losses! in 1854. \
This gentleman, now At hw hoina I We clip from the Richmond Times:
begins to reassert empire
is eerie of the following abstract of the report ,
in Tennessee, writing a the '
in the South.
to During the los- --------S S-- -
letters on the political situation, if ho of General Grant, concerning
deemed fortunate
while in good faith man wan of the of the potomao in
accepting ses Army

tho results, of the war, he advises the 'then owned he a was couple sure of of having fig bushes his ,family for the memorable campaign of 1864: w A m 9 S
people of the South to giVe tho re In this report wo ]learn that the

construction policy of President Johnson provided with a suit of primitive Federal ]loss, 1n killed, wound and .
clothes that our
as goods worn
cordial missing during the battles in the
a support. first if things came to the E RESPECTFULLY 1HFOHRI OVU FRIENDS THAT WE IIAtfcOFJCNKP
Reviewing the difficulties which Wilderness, from the 5th to the 12th W : A .
Men and did not care
have embarrassed the President in his worst. women of May, was !27,310, officers and men.

efforts to effect a speedy restorationof much whatthey Nor wore, the so they style]wore or In the battles of Spottsylvania, from 'Wm@&m la11rn 4\ T j ) mm Lti p ru Lt3i
something. was
the sec eding States, he asks :- cut of much regarded, for the llth to the 21st of May, the aggregate At tb. Old Stand In TaUobftiim', where ire aro prepared icpply customers with all kind. a S
Why should the people of the South garments of Federal loss, wos 18,381.In .
of old
there sort of carnival
hesitate to accede to any requisitionor clothes.was It a was not uncommon to the battles of the North Anna, :Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, I

suggestion implying no dishonor, from May 21st to May 31st, the loss
with coat or
meet a '
a gentlemen
coming from such a friend to their interest pantaloons which looked as if they was 2,607. In the battles of Cold .HATS & OAPS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, OROOKERY AND

and welfare as President John- Harbor, from June 1st to 10th, the
had been cut out with broad-axe, .
ion cenld show himself to be consis a Federal loss was 13,1>3. In the battles I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
and nailed together hurriedly by a
tently with his sense of what is due of Petersburg, from June 10th to
rough carpenter. The patterns too .A.t 'tho =aowo5tt Oash Prf.oo, :fox fret sah or-
Chief 20th loss from 20th
his situation the
to as Magistrateand was 9,668 ;
as with I
guardian of a government that were strongly to 30th of June, 5.310. Battle of COTTON".
well the odor of antiq
as as great
has been recently compelled to defend Petersburg, July 30th 4,008.
so .
naTIOIf ettnbllnhpd ft branch or1 our house In New York, we am prepared to furulih' Good. of all
itself against a most formidableand uity.The old swallow-tail and shad-belly In the battles of the Trenches, kind, In any quantity,on the hort".t notice and thu luotl advantaguou term.

fearful rebellion at an immense 1 to 18 863.
August -aggregate
cost of blood and treasure ?1" coat (which is thought by many when he to In;; the battle of \Vcldon! Railroad, Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to
be the style worn by
Mr. Bell is not sanguine that Pres the August 10 to 214,543.In .
the antediluvians on
ident Johnson will be able to con harangued of unprecedentedfreshet the battle of Reams Station, HODCKISS SCOTT fc CO. ,
probabilities an ,
summate fully the plan of restoration August 25-2,432.
restored to
exhumed and
presented in bis late message, as we general,) was favor. Trowscrs made' in In the battle of Peebles' farm, September Tallahtec! Jan 9,18C6-ly 2X33X757"! "V'" T=*.tr:.

may infer from his inquiry : What 10 to October 1 12,685.In .
with .
tbe good old fashioned way, an .
man of any experience or observationin in front the battle of the Trenches, PEN. & GEORGIA RAILROAD
apron or sort of drop curtain Emporium of Varieties
affairs of government does not acknowledge venerableand August 18 to 30-2,417.
were brought to light by
that President may who have In the battle of Boydton Plankroad 1i

sometimes be compelled, by sound respected been satisfied gentlemen with modern innovations October 27 to 23-1,002. -

policy, to make a powerful opposition never in dress, and for a long The totals are '796!) officers and 9- CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. 11'1 I. I). SLtSSEIt,

concession!, as modifications of his time battled stubbornly against them. 766 men killed ; 2,700 officers and TALLIIUBSIC, Jnn. 15, I860.Ou T.A I.. L A II A S S K 11:. KI..A.. ,

own favorite plans and policy, which Hats hot designated as 61,161 men, wounded ; and 775 officers and after this date, tile Train
Tiis individual not dic- inaptly camp and To- the Fennncoln and uuorKIB Uallroud will
judgment may 23,685 men missing. ( Tin and
kettles, stove pipes and bee gums, by run dully a. follow.; I oppcr
tate or approve ? soldiers of Lee's whenever tal aggregate, 88,387. EASTWARD. SHEET IHAMJFAITUREK. ; I

His remarks upon the1 subject,"ot many army All this in one campaign of six Leave Quincy.--................. ..30 A. M. I I
they encountered the luckless Arrive ..t TxllahiiMce lit............ 6.30 ,
suffrage disclose the fact that, months I The loss in killed and
negro him ; Leave Tnllaltaire st---------------- 7.00 DEALER IS t i f
wearer and called upon "tocomeout ................ "
on this point at least, be jam in full fellowship wounded in this cunpl\ign-m'cr Arrive Madlion at 11.00
of it," were very prevalent among : Leave Madlion at..................11.80 "
with the conservative Republicans sobersided civilians ; coonskin and t 65,0' 0-is supposed to be equal to Arrived ai Lake Oily at............ 3.0' 1', M. English, French and Domestic -

of the North. He says that and ivboui one third of the total force WESTWARD.toavo G 00 d. C to.
skull of unique
the President holds that the regula caps, a strange under General Grant's contlnandwhen : ] Lake, City at----------------- 8.30 A. M i .
model in bold and utter Arrive nl Madlmn at----------------12.20 P. M.
tion of that matter rests solely with were worn it I left Ciilpepper, and lifter reinforcements Loave Mndl.nn nt.............-.....160 Plain Fancy & Japanned Ware,'
defiance of all previous proprietiesof arrive HI'I'dllrthRsnvo nl......-...... 4.30 "
the several States; but doubtless he had been sent to it. I>'.ve Tiitltitmwe, at---------------- 6.00 "

would be gratified by a prompt and The fashion.ladies of the South exhibiteda 'I' Arrive atyulncy at ........_....... 6.30 STOVE HEADQBABTEf S. I

liberal: l exercise of that power by their ,"SOMETHING ELSE TO TrUNK ON-' ST. MARKS TRAIN. .
similar spirit in yielding to the necessities I Leave Tnllnbaiwa\ nt---------------- 7.30 A.. II.
Legislatures or Conventions in form -The l with Dr. A large and hindi-onie vail"ty of
phrase originated: rrlve nt Ht. Burke at-------------- 9.1.1
their constitutions such of the times. The distensions " 1. Mark at................-.12.00 M. '
ing as a Chalmers and is thus illustrated
of crinoline were neglected, and : by Arrive nt Talliilnwucn at------------- 1.4& P. M. COOKING STOVES'
course would tend to satisfy the Henry Rogers : BTi'Hnlf an hour will bi Kit Mi on tho arrival ,
our dames and damsels looked as oftho car at Madison fur Dinner, going! from I
North that the South are not disposed coachman who
lovely] and attractive in homespunand You remember the uiul romliiK this WRV. Combining c
to act liberally or unjustly by tho said to the gentleman on the box. A line of magea b"twi>vn Qnlncy, BalntirtuVe ;
lindscys as they had ever clone and -tlbanyud botweui Monttctitlo! and Thuin ,I I
colored population. The opinion is in silks and satins. Bonnets of the "Do you see that off-leader there, bsvillu, will connect with tlin train. SHEET IRON, s
E. 110USTOUN) ,
also that if the colored
expressed man sir ?1"
coal scuttle, gig-top and chicken-, 1809-If President AIR-TIGHT! -
owned a freehold of$250, and posses which "Yes ;' what of him ?"
fossils of fashion
sed the to read and write. it coop type, '
ability Scott & Co.
were the pride and glory of the Eliz- "He always shies when he comes Hodgkiss, EUXAN'D -

would not be dangerous allow him abethian drawn forth from to that !ero gate. I must give him r

to vote. But he is by no means dusty closets age,and were old-time bandboxes som,.thin else to think on." No COMMISSION MERCHANTS, PARLOR COOKING STOVES .

hopeful as to the future of the African and were conscribed and forced sooner said than up went the whirling NO. 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK Alt trimmed in a cent' aild ihiialilo niniincr. '

race on this continent, and beHaves into service. Shoes which were regular thong, and came down full .upon Thoo.) II. Hodeki. late of Ilambflton\ 'Rrot'rfur.', They can lictliippecl to Il.ln'I', t itihe ,
that "when all: is done to mitigate Baltimore.O. .
the skittish lender's haunches. Fie ciiiiniiy niili eifcltalett. fcTUYlJ: I
clod-knockers and kettlecrushers W. Scott,of firm of O. W Soon 4 Co.TallahanKee. -
the condition of the Africanrace covered tender toes and well had something else to think on, no ril'KSmid: ELBOfrS\ COII IIIIII, )' ..ti I,., l hOntdixir k
in the South:it is melancholy to D. II. Poolnof arm of .Too'.e: & Babbitt., Bainbridge wink- I'in Kuuttfii!/ Giitifiin -,
time for affected and i
panic, or panic,
turned ankles, which had been usedto Oa.W. <; doun! Pipes' Uinnnieninl llnu.e1Heads
reflect that a small remnant only will ,of firm of G. \V. Scott& Co., Tallalmmvo
flew past the gate like lightning.If .- Q. Poole t
the finest calfskin and most delicate Flu Sheet Zinc, Sleet L ads!
survive the present generation. morocco. There was eminent we can but give youth, in tirpe, J7i"Slioiuik, | of e\ny Ucseiivniuti I
He denounces with severity the good sense and good taste in all this, "something else] to think on," we Special anellllol(liven to the ...1.! of all kind of dune on iOiuil notice.WOODF .
test oath of 1862 and characterizesit
keep out of their minds by
and that tho lessons of wis may preoccupation
we hope SOUTHERN PRODUCE :N'"o1i.OnS.I
as one of the most insidious devices ;
more evil than we I
dom and inculcated by the cl\n.
that could have been framed to economy and to the purchase and shipment or '
war, will not be forgotten at its con- ever directly expel.! One of the es: !* WARE. .

revolutionize tho Government ; for, clusion.-Richmond Times. sential properties of matter' may be Household and Plantation Goods, WILLOW WAKE.'JOY8 '

adopted' as a precedent, it would said to be also one of the essential Wares ,- ,
place it in the of Is Implements, (. musTttAs: PRESENTS: I
power any party How SLAVERY REGARDED IN properties of mind, impenetrability. Of flfl'
every dckciipiimi oil linml. ('nil >
which might acquire control of the EGYPT.-The Egyytians of the present It is as impossible that two thoughts MACHINERY, &0. examine liclme" / |iintliiMhg;' el,-pnhee.SOUT1IEli11 p,I Ir

Government, to apply any test, whether day entertain the same old- nan 'co-exist in the same mind at the Nin7.. lhr.fiflii:

referable to politics, religion, coloror fashioned ideas in regard to slavery same time, as that two'particles of REFERENCES : EAPOKT I

what not.-Savannah Herald. which have been prevalent in that matter can occupy the same space. Mclim Currier & Co.Iln.:-ew Vork. I
.r. L Moore, Griffin, AND
country ever since the day!s of the --. Bryant Groom Montgomery, Ala.. .
FALLho OFF is* Tint: EXPORTS orCOTTON. A. B nd 1, Macon, Ua.K. IMPORT COMPANY. I
Pharaohs. PnffGordon whose
Lady A taste for trees, plants and flowers ] Bond, Macon, Ga.
The Savannah
papers re- charming letters from Thebes\ and is Jua. NVhufli'ld, Demopolis, Ala.
port a heavy decrease in the ex a peculiar attribute of women, '\ B.iily: l'reoldellllll\O Bunk o! Florida,
Cairo, written at intervals from 1863 exhibiting the gentleness and purityof Titlluh acen.T'I.IH. COMPANY! SB nornrcniijzpil end wo .
of cotton to New York, and : M I. Fire Inn. Com THIS .
ports to 1865, have recently been published her and E. Ilambelton, Pre> < prepared lo umktt libtrul advance ua "I'
husband should
; every Baltimore.
off of from tho pany .
a falling receipts in- '
in book form, narriges the following it for Oct. 24-tf
his wife and
terior. :Four steamships sailor for encourage daughter Cotton and other Produce('

New York, Wednesday, carryingonly convel'satic.noIostantiallv( ) between will prove wiser, and happier, and PRATORIUS & OLAEK
herseh'and Moslem ,
an aged better for its ,
cultivation. oon"tln to our Agent In Liverpool.( Tic 'prre-
thii and
teen hundred thirty- or Muslim, as she writes the word : enl \alu e of Cotton in"erpaol II. front fiO to 64oenUperjM
bales and MEKCHAXT TAILORS mud, fofgood CottonaudIron, ,1 '
seven upland, ,
twentyfive Sheykh Yoosu/:-We are all the Gen. Arraisled l L. Long, one of Gen.Lee's 8tt to $1.32 cent for good long Cumin In O"ld.- 1 IW
bales sea island cotton, and children of God. \\\lllud"ftnce ollpl&ulfli.'ulllo In Gold or lie
staff and in the *
three bales domestic subsequently TALLAHASSEE, FLORID, equivalent currency. '
Lady Gordon.-Do you Muslims Confederate States artillery, has the We solicit order for frcmdafrom the llrrchnnls
For the past month 'tho receipts CONSTANTLY ON HAND and PIli liter.. 'J'he trlclfH atlenllon paid 'in the
from :Macon 'Columbusand call yourselves so, or only the slaves superintendency of the second sec T711EEP Hale a large and varlod auorlmmit ofGENTLEMENSCLOTHING imalleat order for good from England, Franco
of God ? tion of the James River and Kanawha and GormBII1'
Pre1d ,
other points in the interior KICIIARD FLOYD, nt.Jacknonvllle
Shtykh Yoosu/-lt is all one, Canal. Florida.E. .
have been failing off, and the impression children or slaves. Does'not T. FAINE, Agent, Lh'er\IO..I.. Knglmul
in a good J. T BEa.vii, \ ,. Fla.
prevails Savannah, that man care for both tenderly alike 1 By tho sound a lady's laugh, .ALSO, Nov. 183mSaddle .

the great bulk of cotton in Georgia "Pfay observe," adds Lady Gor we can tell whether her teeth are Harness and '

has already found its way to don, "the oriental feeling here.- good or bad. If they are bad, the Cloths, CarriageiESTABLISHMENTS

that port ; in consequence of which Slave is a term of affection, not contempt tone of her laugh is modified by '

holders arc of opinion that prices ; and remember the centurion's coming through puckered''and com, Cassimercs, \ ... :, of
will advance
regardless Liverpoolor servant (slave) whom he loved.:. pressed Jips.

NewYork, quotations.-Neut Era.The .. .. i "Vcstings, lace Just received: a I&rg ..a.or<- ,
.. a room I went of Goods coniltiii g of
A little boy five years old was Why is full of married

i California Steam Navigation ried off by eagles while playing in ladies like an empty room ? Because 'Neck -Tics, Oentlornen'i and I.adt"SRddJe', \,
Fine Double and Single Haricia. .
Company dispatched the first the woods near Maynesville, Mo., last there is nbt a single one in it. Bridle, Collar and Whip.,

steamer on their line from San Fran October. His! body-was found --1 I Suspenders, Saddle Cloth. ,
!:!hoe Finding of eviry deioriptloa
cisco to Honolulu on-the 6th of Jan- after, with nearly all the flesh n-'Ihe Alden type-setting machine Leather of all kind., '

nary, inst. This will .be an important picked from the bones.A is quite! .surpased by one invented Gentlemen's Hose, &c Travelling Baddleand Satchel:IIarnet. and Hardware Trunk .

event in the steam navigationof # in Greeee, which is said to put'a Carriage Trim ml nit! *. ,

the Pacific. rubicund old gentleman in Wall speech in type as fast as it is (deliv Oentlemen'i garments eat and m deinfaib.ionablo Wagon and Bniriry Hub*, '"*

_,. street was pointed ,out to us yester- ered. style and superior manner. Buggy Bhafu, Bpokr and Rim,
4 Allen aud ,
W Store next to T. B. Tatnm'i. Buggy Bnrlng ;
Every trade is represented in the day as having been a Collector in the OetohHr 14-If_ ;

. New York State Prison 'except prin- Port of New fork for over fifty years The Prince ant Princess of Wales, CARRIAGES AND BIGGIES

ting. He looked so, and tho Port, seemedto recently paid a visit of three days' to W H WHITNER, of every description, -I I

Ward declares agree with him.-Sat. Prets. Lord Suffield, and cost that noble- ATTORNEY AT LAW Machine ltlnr.| > 'N> "
Artemus that Brig- Work made to order and Ttpurlng done with\ '

ham.Young has more silver ware ,, Pretty girls hand around the contribution man $5,000.Base MADISON, FLORIDA. dltratch -t ... ,.1
Agent for Whflcr! A Wllio and Howe'.'
than any other man in America. except .boxes i is some of the New ball :Jon skates is said to be RILL PRACTICE IN THE COOKTS OF I'' SE\VINGKIA( MINES, >."

Bottled Beast: Butler. j York chur.cbe. the latest big ice. WV the Middle Circuit. J. 1;::. I'\'r.I'T.
thing on .
Deq 29, 1865--tf Ti'lirine Tl., Oct. :O-'t) ; ,. .



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