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 3, 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: SATURDAY, ,. FEB.. ,'B, 18(56.( NO. 42.
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ij \ t. ccl cnUnd ., ,,Tlia loyal' people. 'of'" )Wisconsin, 1[Special correspondence' of tin! N. Y. ::N 'w8,) to lose it ; commercial( interests I I I Canada the. skating, costume- is

ll and of all the States, havo ,b 'on The State of Affairs in Georgia. of) the nation cannot afford to lose found in, its greatest perfection. A '
the ,of the it.' Every ne'rvlvil1 be s'.rainod! io t called lamb's l(
IS rUDMSIlF.n, UVERY fighting for .integrity goods :, wool cloth is'
Uni111'; awl tho'entirety,of%tho flag; MILL EDOEVILIK. QA., Jan.. 11', t86J.(; produce a 'l 'rgboHon crop, ail made into tight. 'fitting basquines, .
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, .for'the pacifiealion I upon! the haws Well, the, first week, under' the every' interest, Individual, State, and muffs' cufft and cellarets of the

At Tallahassee,' Fla. of the Union of the Statfn wHIm'; 'JILl! new system of, free, rtegrdes, and nationarand couh CI'cilll, requh-e's same are worn belonging to the} set.
itatibn. 'If this will ho largest crop possible. Should The it also made
? d } that basi the he proposition of Air. Thnd Sti-; wool cloth either turban Glengnrry -
.'.ntJIS s, lot act upon next delusion,that a, divisiOn' of lands, ; 1 of 1'
3on!;fpsH will. That; is tho co'rnerstono stocks, etc:, would' take place at yens, to" tax: cotton' ten cents per :shape1. These skating suitesare
's i" flnllars, per Aiiiiiini. ; fearDollire WhoRoevorChilli: fall uponthat Christmas has' at last ,boon dispelled pound> become a law, the effect wonderfully comfortable1' and .
i for Six IHotitlis, in '
stone be broken in will bo to discourage production1 to move'about !in over the ico. ,
''Advance. Single, Copies IO ; will. pieces ; (and the freedmen, are begin- easy ,
Cents. but; upon whmnso"bvodt shall fall ';'l ling'to realize the difficulties ,and The state ,of affairs I'en onr sea- At a well known and fashionable .
it will grind'hinf i to pO\ 'Jf"r.-. ,:\ten the enormous responsibilities, of hoard precludes: .the possibility of fur store on Broadway, a skating

IMTCS OPTo UVEln'ISIN,(:'" i\nl cliques and parties. ,may oppose;;, their'situation'and they are beginning ; in average crop of Ion staple cot- Cdstume of royal ermine, consisting
be paid for'' in A. and for a, ti'mo postpono.liut ssure to'act upon the suggestions of ton. Those" lovely Sect 'Itlandsfir; ( of> dollareJ, cap, muff and cuff i, "in!
ns to-inorrow'a snn shall line, co'mmon''sonse.. Contracts have iii.thin hands"6f'lawless: freedmen, vat tied at several hundifid dollars I
(12 NOII I. tines,)or \\aei for llio -
/t" first insertion......'............. .._..?.. $1 00 1 it will conui. Whatever stands in been freely entered into ut from $rtto" and their'former !masters.t i daro'not It Is with"sincere pleasure that
1'Incti: subergneuttusortlnn ............,.. iJ 'its way will ho trampled pieces. $12 p'cr' month! for' able-bodied how themselves on their 'own we chronicle the overthrow, of "tho1
1 Katnto: and |J'gl\1;; | Nnttei-H to >'io chart In conclusion! from the beginning" wale hands, and from' $4 to S3,per 'lands, which hate been nominally waterfall." Tiu'there ago still a >
tho 1111): R8 tr"lIol"lItlIh'orll.'m""tA, and from tod\I'\ .thehl'A'innillg', 'ally month, for able-bcdied 'female.laborers restored to them by tho Government few of them to bo seen, but they/
) except Nutlco of Dlmiil'Hlou,, \ an AdminUti'.icor ,Hundreds the f finest ricd are l
: separation: or 'stluetion\ of the and house servants. 'Xhosapricos' ; 'upon with scorn and
foe,whloh tliu cl.IrlOhllll. be IS 00 '
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Ohltniry Notice and Trifmtu of Jtcmii'cl" State",'was inailc impossible.; Under: : re eee'mingly'leRs, than .wo plant.itions on ,the Carolina' 'iind contumely ; and tho beautiful "coil",

c.r.lo,1!!: as,,<1"\tUO'ItIOlltd, the Confederation, 1 1.11\. ,Un ion of ever; paid for labor ,and much less Georgia roast are literally' dosth y- which has taken its 'place is universally -
tIll States was made "puipctiud.: than the probable price of cotton ed, and'E.istIndia: rice<<: is an article, admired for its antique style.The ]

.. THE SENTINEL And '.Constitution: t'onncd) to' another season would :Seem to'j justi of daily sale in.' the'city', ,of, "Savannah. hair,curled' ',across ''the, top of
ql I A make Union." Toltnit'thl'l'efJ'I' ;. : the! head and draw dowun toward
more "pt-vcct The naturally
In the on'y paper 111 Florida thnVls published|. <1 :a fy., 'question suggests -
three time d wco'k.nii'l IlifTcfnnMilVonU snlin'rlbers either ,tltciihtof! itself, why do not our planters I have thus ststed' the plain, unvarnished the forehead, bended down with
. tlio], readiest moans af ulitulnliiK{ tlo\, In- States to suoedo, or the! power of and farmers give higher wages- facts. gold band or cord correspond beau '\
r tout ncwtliy tplcirrtph and! rail's: nnd frtll ro Congress J' to expel l thein, would be to In answer to this, we'say the num tifully with the coil head-dress. ,
'1 1Ir18oi.'thO Now\auk and Southern MnTkiUsIt ,' From the N. Y.: I ,
admit into our system a principle of berof laborers seeking.employment; Daily News, Jan, 231.( i -
will: }kilo: nlvo! full rapnmaf the itnircCiliiiira&rilu '
'. < Lairiilitinru.i TlioSuPillnnlU' ', fiirnliiliod tosuhacrlbcrd ";elllll'ftl'lIdionholh' at wltt \vith"tnperpetual largely, in excess'of the demand. Latest' New York Fashions.: :icrA Philadcphia paper tells: a
I ftt the lowest living r il"H. or, poitoct. 'Uiiion.: The.;; Every farmer is'ihtonding'to cur- 'With the ,thermometer ::10 degrees story of a remarkable old man in .

Constitution," every part of(, it, ,.and tail his operations, and limit his and 20 degrees below zero, Northumberland county, Pcnn., whois
JOB PRINTINC.T" the spirit which 1 gin':!' -it- Ii',;," (fife planting to such portions of his iiie might reasonably be pardonedfor about one hundred and eight years
r. against'; penccable secession ; iindth.itL'onstitutio'iT : land as he knows will pro luce'good a thinking that there are matters of of age and so strong 'and active that
oonnetlon with the i Sentinel, W 1ii\: 'e iTmip' '
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\ clothes} tho : he will walk five miles to town and
'rlir 11111 I varied 1 iHimrtmi'iit' new ilohliliit\ got eminent crop heretofore; thousands more importance the world than !
J M tterlul( and are. prcp.rreil to e\ep'iU"'Vory'iluwrlpll'in "which it, creates: \with'cv\-iy luiinan of, acres were cultivated in the the wee.kly 'oul'l'ent'' fashions, but back again in half 1lIar, without
(. ; of,work In tlmtjlim. with vent|iea and poxvt'i'.to prcxcnt a' scparutioii by South, whichdid not produce lUore line would\ be mistaken"in so thinking apparent fatigue lie has in his
I'-j 'rtiwp" itohi \IAn on laud I n Hup a.eotluiuti| oInks force of armTIOM! ; iglIItic: .1'0cr \\:- than throe bushels of -corn 'or one : Since; the festivities incidentto house ,twenty-four clocks, all going,
(t for printing!i In coloi-*. Older, b):,iiVill,ortxpio.e which had: timbered h / so l long hundred ,pounds of seed cotton to ; the' celebration of New Y ar's ono a little faster! than the other; so .
: roes, nrolIW" will\ reeolvf in tho pront\prompt' "iit'attention.high :coat of Onfpil stick that thl'Yyel'c wholly\ unknown I to' the acre -and our farmers were Day'there has been a brief lull in that there is almost a continual clock

,, \ til"Uerl iln,'11,or and. llvlui+; will lulinit if,and sire the wOl'hl, and hardly: dnauied: ,( of by com>elled to do this, in order to fashions ;"but how, notwithstandinga striking. lie refuses to sell one of
')II'I"tho I hero: .uml rates which lulu In 'othc, ourselves, hart been lately I broughtinto ; keoj()'t their slaves employed Many decree of cold seldom known in them, and says- they are 'hill only .
1 it red if l title!neso'. .,.'... full pl.iv.Whatever: I. n. loan, on which' five hundred New York, the passion for noveltiesin company at night lie was born in
Io i mrty bu said of the cri one acres torero, heretofore 'cultivated: dress flames up as hotly as ever.' Germany, and when a boy came to I
'Conclusion of Senator Dd6- of thc.'rcbcllion: I.,, '1 t01'Y'wilJ rcconl 1 will uot I have more than three hundred = At one'of, our popular dry goods Pennsylvania, \' sold"himself for il
\ little'S Great Spaech.Wo it :as one of the 'most persistent, ult'-, acres cultivated this year. stores we paw," during' the 1 week, a his passage to servitude for seven

: hive only space for, the con sacrificing! :and trcmcinlons/ ( strug 'Allot hOl"' reason' why wages' for material, composed of,''the richest, years. lie_is now .a man _of wealth.
gles'the"world: 'ever: svv: both on,(the Farm laborers are so' low, is the silk and the finest wool, 'of all the _-L-
u elusion of th, great speech -of Mr. .... '
pal'l'of the rebels and. on the ,part high price for all the necessaries of newest and most delicate'' shades, 'AN ALLIGATOR IN A COLD CLIMATE. ..
DooLim.E, of Wisconsin, in the 0"'S. .. of the loyal 1 people\ 6f ,the United farm economy and all,_of which that is at the same time one'of the .-Some boys, while skating on
: Senate, jAnuary. 17th : State No other+ people nprtli\ earth must be supplied:! by the farmer. most useful goods for warmth and, the Licking river near Cincinnati, on' '
'What were the powers and duties!! could have soresisted, ;"and *iiu other; For instance, the retail price for most beautiful to the'eye of taste: Monday] ,' discovered' an alligator.
imposed;" ,by lav'.upou the President people and !iip/ttlher gdvcrnincntcunltlhave some of,the leading ,articles in our A dress of this material of( the rare Unluckily the, water in that latitude
'in closing the rear and making overcAtAcsnch resistance:' country towns is as follows : corn, and beautiful l tint which is a shade had proved too cold for him and he
V'eace, which;' of necessity, must Hilt'we' did overcome/ 'it.Ve did $3 "per bushel ; bacon, 25c per between Cerulean and Mexican blue was frozen still' On being dug out

';;recede the disbanding' of th? army prevent' the !separation of these States poundflour; lUc per Pulll ; salt, was made \\'ith a long, full, gored he was found to be six and a half fectlong"wit.h
I 'r ? Whatterms he asked,' had froni, the Union I J by: .fol'et'Ev 'y 5c )pe"r pound ; iron,'15c per pound, skirt, totally untrimmed, except by a jaw eleven! inches' long. '
i' the*President a right to demand of law'?f 1 Congi-ess'Gvily- ,ict oftlie: etc.? The families of the,i'reeduvan the cord which bound the skirt- ,lle i is supposed to be one of .two that

'the States, .or of their people,' aa President, !; 'every' blow wc' stntck, must! bo housed fed and clothed by hem. The waist ,was ajtight a jacket, Wine soldiers brought up from, New'
I conditions precedent to pAICeaud' every shot we tired!" >every'' drop of the' f'.r ler. Another reason for shaliedwith small jockeys all Orleans eight months ngo, ana which ,

withdrawal of the lU'mFirst aud 1,1001''e' shed'was not to thhist the l low price of labor is, that the around, trimmed'r.\v'th very, fine escaped from them.. ..
before all;: aid as the basis of 'ill, these! States Ollt,'nol' Jo 1'Jllucc'thc. n freedmen\ want their wages paid ball fringe. 1 The jacket was ,buttoned THE CHOPS--TEXAS. \
t unqualified submission to the Constitution to,' territories/ .but ;to)keep them ''as daily, weekly, or monthly, and nofs; down the front with medium Geueral E M.IH -Brigadier Assistant t

of the'Uuited States, and :States) in tile,; Union' ,, and compel one in a thousadd of our people sized blue barrel buttons, girt Commissioner for Gregory the State, of Texas ,
I all laws of Congress passed in pur-, them to remain in the Union under has the money W do so. around with one hoop of gold. The informs:: General Howard under-
, suance thereof. Second, the annulling the Constitution. The nag of! our If State and iNational taxes do' ,sleeve was: a close-fitting: coat pattern '
date of Galveston December 9
Qf acts, !:l\'fS and, proceedings, : countrybears/ ; th l'tf-l\ix stills\s as the not consume us and our little without trimming, finished off] that the farmers, and business ,
I by which the States made or prosecuted emblem: of tv Union: of thiity-six substance1' that is left, wth} .honest at the shoulder with u small: 'epau- planters, 1\!
"war; against tho United MatesVheret: "er, it floats: over this and!, earnest 'efforts, with the smiles iette, trimmed with ball fringe.. A him. men generally, of reported to M

t States, including Jhe rebel! States. q:1pi: 1L1"at the' head of our armies, of a' benignant Providence. on jiis, cuir-colored moire, with's ,hundred during a'miles journey in that some State seven -
Thirdadquiesoencein ,! '. [ in the_'storm! of battle: and in the with propitious seasonsve' .trust, leaves, a shade darker, dotting it, that the all ,
t % crops
t which'the, ,war has! brought upon hour of victory, cigar! the sea: as well aud believe, that our desolated laud Was one. of tho rmost beautiful there was were an abundance gatheredand'that
them, including the abolition qf as over the land that sacred ciiiign, will yet "blossoui- as the rose," 'and things we have"', seen during 'the -quite sufficient to meet the de-
Slavery for and on account of, which which; "text to the Cod of liuavun, that prosperity >and ple tyvill Season. It was intended as'a dinner mands' all, white and black for
they made the war ; for the sincerity we loyo, and reverence ItS representing again gladden our" hearts. dress, and made in the following the <
of such acquiescent and as the the good, the great, and the true, Still:) another reason for the low nianner.. A wide gored skirt "coming year.'- .. .. .
'supreme test,'of" its ffood faith, the everywhere boars thirty-six stars, price of labor is, that farming on with!. train; having a black thread In Now-Haven; there are thirty-
adoption of ,the constitutional' and thereby proclaims to thev' rld the now system! of hired. labor is an E lace flounce, a foot and,a half deep, five carriage factories, employing
: .meldlfiant. by which slavery, the the great! fundamental: illllal truth experiment. The' reliability of the I I set'on in undulations, and headed (directly and indirectly) twenty-one
'cause of the
made impossible, -and liberty made I Union under, tho Constitution.- J problematical. TLey' say candidlythat ( .. corsage was made: low, with ,very fifty-one thousand four hundred
'sure by being pliced under the. Tuii'ty-six' States constitute that they will not' labor ap assiduously :: short sleeves, and trimmed to cor- and fifteen carriages, all classes, '
guardianship of Congress in every. great I Republic which the world calls as they formerly did. Not respond with the skirt. Over this II per year, of an, aggregate value of
State l and territory forever ; the the'' United States of America. Upotl withstanding liberal wages; liberal was worn a thin, filmlikovaist of 1,314,769. Average value before I
practical resumption of their political "that lino" find under that flAg wo" under all circumstances, offered black lace .high to the throat, and I the war, 8153 ; note, $212. The
duties upon those terms as States began the great campaign: ; upon aud the sacred obligations of with long, free sleeves gathered in. unfilled orders for light wagons! for
in the'Union. These are the conditions that line and under that flag half a written contracts, "signed, sealed at the wrist with gold bands. This the'South? are now large.
''in 'substance, which Mr. million of our sons and fathers and: and delivered," in the presence; of dress was greatly admired, and, very
I Lincoln three years ago announced brothers have ,laid down their lives ; an officer of the "Freeduiau's 13u worn by a clear, Handsome brunette, JAIL DELIYIsAY.The jail iq'
under that Bureau 1 have known several l aided in the display of her ,
ltd the people of these ,States' as the upon that line and greatly Americua, Ga",.was delivered of all "'
terms of pacification, and to whichhe we fought it out to victory, and flag'l Instances of an utter disreg .l' 'of natural Beauty.For : its imitates on :Monday night last.The' .-
-pledged the support of the gov- God helping me, I will the contract and a voluntary'anJ evening wear thin materials, ReptMkan/ says. the prisoners
ernment. Those, are the substance fi;ht it out on that Jine'and under wilful desertion betore the first as lacp, ga.uze; tarletane, and tulle, succeeded ia burning the lock off
\>i the terms offered, by President that flag to the end, whoever else teu days of the annual contract hadbee'n are still the favorites for young ladies the front door, thus nlaklng their

Johnson Several of the tates, may abandon it. t fulfilled.. We fear the burning ; while light silks' of every hue escape.: None of them, however,
or the people of several of the States, (Applause in' tho galleries! whichwas !suns of July and August will and style are milca. in'deinand for were charged with a grave offense.
have accepted them, and offer now checked by the, presidind offi bring a stampede of our'labor, and young married, ladies, who have
to'resume all theirpolitioal duties as cer.) should such be the case the cotto'ncrop neither the desire nor the'vanity to --5 rTho --

States in the Union, and practically .I.. ... will be a partial if not u total pass for young girls. The'skating surviving members of the '
enjoy their rights as such. Shall A man in Illinois: inherits from a failure. -We have lost four crops season being now at its hight,'furs "Old Stonewall" Brigade are going .
we allow them \ ". relative in I Scotland f rt>'.Iil-o millions of cotton, and can illy afford to los and cape of the warmest descriptions to erect a .momnrient to Stonewall
The North much after. In Jackson.. '
"J [ < .- of dollars,, : ,' *.* a u\her. cannot afford nrd sought. I
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i. V tt ri I ".t Negro State" In Florida. Summer. on Florida// &c.As .\ Cord Irom. Hcv.' Mr. Duncan." [from tbe :N. T, Dally New., Jin. 23.''.;.) ']. T OJ
IU'tidhitt '
Tlmt' it Is Urn l'tirjJoPA of ,the Kadical noon as Senator Doointts had pre. --, A NEGKO STATE.e; .' I
I, majority In Oongiexs; to obtain' and set spntetOov, ?IlAnvI'I's credentials! It' the ', TALLAHASSEE, Fsb. 1st, 1SCO. Colonel Osborne!' is Assistant Commissioner ,

TAI ti AIT ASSB3S: : apart sufficient territory within the limitsof Senate on the 19ih nit., the ver ready ''Jlttiri. Editors .' Being .appointed As- of the FreedmemT, Bur eau in "theDistrict" I

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY! 3, 8Ga. Flniidii/ for the colonization] of all the and everlasting SDIIKSR 'was on his :,legsat distant Superintendent of Common'Schools ; and most of Florida.of the heads Like General of that Fede Howard I

"" frl'edn1l'1Ibo'cnll: br induced to settle' onrc. Hevdec1aiod, that. he hind, re for Freedmen, I shall commence, ral ;nursery of negro idleness, Col. Osborneis

t gents for the Florida, Sentinel, I'I'Mr upon! it, there can be no longer:any: doubt. ceived letter "direct from Florida"",showing i immediately get up schools iu those!'. brimful of the so-cnlled "mOt al l Ideas'

D H, Wttsosr nt Quincy.MI. The!' aiticlo from the New York'A'owi, in (that the State Legislature: is '"three- towns, and I neighborhoods where ,they of the lestructives. Whether he neglectsthe
TUOMAI JnsKtN*. at Mndi r>n. another duties of his office or not), we" cannot
Messis. DREW &; OAKLET/at; Jacksonville II columnJicadcd "A Negro State, fouiths rebel :" ", it the l'eol'le'lIl'l' whol- can be raised. pretend to say ; but, like most of the officers .

will sufficiently1 enl'ghtcn!' the't leudei on : ]lysojthat; y are :going to ;'reopl'n'the I hope this noble work will ml'et'wllh of the present AdiulnUtiation, he find? I
Maj. F. C. BARRETT, nt Gainesville. the) aubf, ect. I slave rali;i and one ofl I its Florida cor the hearty- approval and co-operation\ of ample] time to ]lay down schemes for
Mr. C. E. JOR SON, at Monticello. iLwonli ; strengthening the] hands of the
appear. Col.
that Obnonsp': : opposition
respondents solemnly] warns him that if all. Our State :has nobly moved forwardin
Mr. W. L. STROMAN, at Centieulle. Assistant :Commissioner III Congress to Ule well knowr policy of
"- -:- of, time Fiecd- Congiess rcadmi' the rebel Statps.:."the: this matter, in ,passing a :bill for the Ihe President.' He bns submitted a nota-

-New Advertisements.A. men's Bureau 1 in this 'Distiict,'enjoys; thecredit : where: :country, will be ruined."., The testimony education of'the'fieedmen among! ns.-- ble plan to Geneif.1]:Howard for the colonization 1

HorKiMi! & Co Notice to pny up. of having conceived this notable ditfers from, that of STEVE, in At"whatever point they are today. in 'civ. of negroes in Florida] ; and has
scheme and !had the plan] ought under the attentionof .
n..B. FITTS & Blncksimthing, &o., submitted it to his chief; the House, who candidly said that resto. ilization and Christianity, they owe it to members of the Senate of the- ,

done in, the bent style and on lowest term General HOWARD', who bl'ougbdt'to the ration would 'ruin the Kiidteal party, 1.u'th the South. We have existed as integial: of Representatives bv that hnoitue t*lIollslI'I( the' I I'

W.v li. sELLY.-Liverpoul Salt lor1e 1 1 consideration of the Radical ]leaders i.iCongtesB made no allusion !to '"ilia whole; corm parts'of a \wholeWe: still occupy[ lobby, the Chief of the Frel' ml'ns'

', !;'\ '" try:," of which the Radicals areonly apart these reciprocal relations/; As the' ]labor teau. ,The pioposillon( mnde by ml'I I

T. iIE VU\Ds-"Stra hotse It' is said that the scheme contemplatesthe ) ns well as a pn ty. And! when Sot rers'on. ourlands:our Christian duty, is to, Howard miration to Society a director, to'of the the'effect African: that that Col' 'I i
I .are, ,M_ puichnse of 'all'that part'of Florida HER. ,closed his scrap" book, I lie, gnvo notice impart to the colored class in our midst excellent body of trentlemen divert their

How' 'till! ,l'lnntiu'Gcttluf{ 'I lying south of the twenty-sixth parallel] of to the effect 'hat he should argue,'at the knowledge! ] .to read, .that ihey_may be emigration from Liberia! Florida, shows' I

.? on 1 latitude, embracing; n\out\ thieo;, uiouslI'ndsq the proper time, ,"that no State among. the able. .to read ,the Bible] and give them a plainly] ] that the "plan" of Colonel] Os
,The lapse of a month under the fi eed- I borne has been assigned
are miles an impoitantplace iM
upon which nOM but Stales where the government. has ]lapsed basis fo'ra enlightened chiislianily, ;
man system hash of course; left decided flrnif in the purposes of tile mipiehsions among our intelligent plan "freedmen".and( their families; are to'be (!) 'cnn be recognized as l having a icpub-; and fit,these people for the great ends ,of Regarding its. announcement, therefoie,

Ifrs an tlT the probable availability of the allowed; to settle] and over, which! a)Tei ritoiial { Bean foira of 'government"-sn: long ns existence in this and the. !life to _come. as that of a 'sealed purpose, we propose'i' 1

"}"8tel.We would be fclad] to, hear from ] r( .) enme 'l.i is to be'ereoted;( the negroes_therein debarred' from voting We want teachers/row Qtir State, who \toflenlwith it HS the importance which 1
them upon tlle'suhject-! thefierd ; it thus obtains dencnes.'Ihe. .
f laborers generally] ilocile, subordinate nnd We arc of the opinion that',tho J'IItJlQIed; .' ,In reading front these)letters, SosiXKR -' have been raised up] in the country. It +sew' scheme undertakes to 'Lay
" industrious, oroihmwisol How does the .'purchase" ,of those .J lands, .j is entirely.] declined] giving j the J !local .habitation '' is truly a missionary oik. Among Indians from Florida, all that pint of the Slate

supply:of lahorcompa..e with the olden' without fonmlation; The bill for tho en- oilhennme, of his correspondents, and, .I've spent fifteen years, and ,yetlime south Inhe 2ith( pninllel of ]latitude.-
time l' L1 us )hear from! the pJ IJtel s Thecomiliy I included I Ihe
Macon Journal und jSfctsrnyer.We : largementft' ? the Fieedmens', ', Bincau) in nil, his setnpbook! quotations! be has never found a better hYld for use pinchnse, contains nhont) 1111'contemplated ," thousand )

concur: Let us' hear from the plan which' recently passed-tho United States ,riot seen' fit to I ell wlio are the authors' of' fulness.\ We have numbers in our, midst sg'm| uii miles and, ci.nlains, a gient

ters, through; ;! the pints, in all sections!:- Senate; provides that three millions! '"of these' highly] ;'cohrrl1"narl'atiye.: who me capable of doing this work] and part of the legion, known ns tlie eveialndes '-
acres of the public lands in Florida Mississippi his "' will be lacking None but lieatoei 'are to be al
TLe actual condition of things under the I'erhmaiis j documents 'are t,"bogus, I hope their willingness not
lowed 1 to settle M\ the; ,
i ill
t r'iv system; as well os'the prospect hej -, ( or'Au: 1 kansas shall be ue (7pa/'e''forhomes1 r.rha.pN, not. It is imniaterial'inasmuch1, ,to engage as one of the; w 01 ld'n' w orkeis ;; )lint these" are to be.coiinlij comnged question to-
r for the fieedmen. The idea'that all that the "Jelteis" state and all that for God and Heaven.: ,
fore them, is a matter of the greatest pos as congregate! there, Kith, the privilege\ lo
tilde interest, cud the press will gladly the demagogues and fanatics who controlbotlT SUMJ.LR himself states, relative to Floii- :Annexed is an 'explosion! of the Rentl, each head of' fatally, of bnjing! or"pipemplmg"
lallil iufotoiation fiom the before .,Houses of Congress, would so fir da, is not only false, bat ridiculous, ]! and men's' of the freedmen Alabama!," euhtj: acres of I land=
pianteis Hie scheme nt the ]
the! public. recognize the b "el: iglt; ),; and lights of the, last l1eZrp! I hope the State Ilapei's ,will publishthis the hetllement shall be organized explanation under that

,.,,----. the State of 'Florida as 'to authorize the !.. notice; a territorial govtrnment ; but does not go .

An Act of' Noble 1lussiificciicet .' pui, chase of lhse'land; from ,her, is an' Free TindP 1 L'ca lIcS'. Very,respectfully, into any explnnntion) of Ihe eyideutse-
improbable and There, are already hopeful indiration. tne:'c-e thai] in a very brief time snlmsegnently '
It is one of the distinguishing traits ofLouIa.NAPOLEOK absurd; as! to suppose K.; BJ DUNCAN,

: reigning Emperor of that our Slate would disgrace' herself] by in Ihe' North nnd ,West that the] 'peoplewill Ass't Sup't! ,Common Schools FieedmenDiur : into the,Union it. shall, its b>black admitted: dcnntnis ns a cheek Stnte

France; like his illustrious uncle'NAPO- the acceptance"\ of''any I ml'ol, money, not submit" to the! burdens of the .-- by jowl will: their colored,

!.EON the First, "to remember; under all however great, 'as the'price of ,her dismembeimenl ; : Tnrntti ami farmer Ifai'cit : We bicthien fiom I ;MassntJiusetls !- With!

chcu'mstallces. 'and 'to' reward liberally fur such a pnrpnheOurState ; : au'g; ; know there, I is a large !mitnbei of widow'* negio s-nffraa, planted in the Ft'den I

membeis i be the Kelt" l io, "that they'. will resist the increased fates! and crippled men, who aie-well, educatedand Oily, nod neaio! Prnatois", nnd KepieM-n-
the of his family. We are rainy, as suggests, have no cmplo.Miieiit! by which to :mires III the Congress of I ho United!

much gratified to Win that our respected need of money\ (as pretty much, all the called for l hJ' the Eastern, manufacturers<<,: \ make a living;: :Uhese pel, "'.ions we would States, iciily' our reronillnni are ma-

and esteemed friend, Madame MPHAT, others, a'e'at present; ,) but(her'necessities in the most drti'i] mine,1 manner,' he .pleased lo see taking 'an' interest km>"shoit work with the Cnnsiiiniton

not FieeTiade Leagues ate (luring established teaching our children" and! training them/ which our uliers founded! as the basis of
of this city; has been the recipient of a are so great as to force' her to incur !: a Got eminent of whites

generous gift from him, of fifty thousand such] dishonor and subject herself] to the ; in the lamer cities-New- York up in the way they should co. We lire Colonel Oshoi, lie's "plan" be
and lo
greatly' I ii., wnut of scliools] persons may accepted ,
fiancsper annum, for life-"Ten ,Thousand reproaches of her,biftei'.Slates. Philadelphia! Chicago,' &;., The. olie"hi! who will establish' them wo will guarantee :: at, once as that of a det'eimined1battle. .,

a Year" It is indisputable) ;' ] ,thatasoitof; "\ : obligation New,Yoik emb aces among its members' our undivided\ support., Our ounpHojile ., With ttieir two.thirds majority in ,
Her: husband ]the late Col. AcniLLE is admitted on the part of the white such men as Baud DufUy' Field, Lucius ore the proper'oties, to leach us,' Congress, t the Black Republicans \'iII. .
.. cl'rlailll'j it
: carry victor"
Alfred nnd we sinceiely wish (Ihl'lI1'to'do so.. ; provided
MCRAT, of this State heir to the ,thione race to "do something" for ,the, newly] Robinson, Isaac H Bailey, 1'ell And whyshould they refuse! They only] they tan obtain the acquiescence of

of Naples] ing tight of succession to his emancipated blacks] j to afford them William Wood, Chailes Astor Biisted; and raised and\ taught us all that we know, time people of Flondi That time' i it

father, who married NAPOLEOS'S! sister means and j f? opportunities] to', educate Wtu. B. Scott. Coutrihllions'frnlU. abroad as carpenters' blacksmiths store and more, e"l'nlhn: ; any other in tha :bouth: ,
and in- New York '!IIV- bl ick imsons, pointers, etc.,. including in want of morjry, and nniy be supposed
CAROLINE, was. the first cousin of the themselves, to furnish them, employment, from importers nre by the factionists therefore
working! mi the farm, driving! !:, e c", and open, to the
present Emperor It is gratifying to and, if practicable, to provide homes for ins fieely into the Treasury" .Ihe ,FreeTrade weie not ashamed or backward in performing tempintio i of a large payment for her

know that Locus NAPOLEON holds in such them. Indeed, jn. the, course of the,debate -, League.' It. is slated,. on good mi this set vice. 'And why should] it dibinembeinienl. And the, extinguish'

high estimation his American cousin by on Ire bill tocnlargetheFieedmenij'' 'lbciity that Angus) Belmont; I ; ;se'nt to it be considered a disgrace to make living ment of individual titles in the StlUhl'llI: '
lust'w : at this business in the South) 1 We make part of her peninsula] is, peihnps'c-oun'ed
eek his! check $jOOOO.
Senator HF for
marriage, who pi'efeis her, republican ; Bureau DIUCKS, of Indiana, our living out of the }people ,here, and on,' too; ns a means biiiiaina! her, legislature ,
home, as, an American citizeness, to'the (Democrat,)',d cared] ,that I he only section Roll on the j bull, friends of Flee! Tiade, therefore we think it our"duty to' spend' under, the r 'sure of the indiCidu -

aristocratic and tilled position which she of the bill he would indorse was the' North and ;Northwest t The South}j js with our money wrath: those who sustained and l necessities of some of lien citizens-

"might enjoy by making her home in one-proposing; toset, apart three millions you; to a man, 'and 1 sooner. later.' will)] took carp of us. one Tfiecounlij ofeiy, !in htilopresent question is, fiiithiTinore, :

make herself] felt a11'11 as braid, in the The United Stales Government and importance to
Fiance. of acres of I p"IJic'and8] for homes free the Sta'e materially, and on all hands 'the
State us ou
our gave .
Learning of her lust of,?:foituua by, the_ for ,them, ,because, '! he believed battlement oi' the Tariff is&nc."Crucify dom, and we prefer you to any others to project the dekliucli/es is 0111- which

emancipation of her large number of negioes : something ought to _;be; done for the _O. .L= : have the money derived fr out our daily presents;perhaps, some dangeis to ihe
< freedmen.If! then] teri'ltol'\ beset 1 Jima I", labor for lenchinr our children. If.'jounil public virtue of Florida. But that gallnnt
to .
the Emperor ] and generously Slate will nevertheless]
conic refuse
stand back will in and indignantly
: of has introduced '
apart for their ccujatlnn'; t'aldll'g into Air HOWARD, Michigan to cover herself with the di<
supplied tbe loss. Longmap she live lake the, iiionev from under jour, bands] honoi of becoming '
I to enjoy' 'the, generous bounty of her 'consideration location' 'ciinale"] -&c'., the following] resolution. in 'tl ,. U:, and arlit, stray their!! own the tool: of n project for insulting
her ,
Imperial] cousin.: ) probably no better selection could] be S. Senate.4"Wheieas country They are not ashamed to llJukelIlont' Senatois: and Repiehentatives in the
it. by theiepoil-, from any class of men, United Stales with fellowship; and equal i ityAwith i-
'made than the almost:tropical legion of appears ) ,
the Senelarv of War that .Jeffisun Dim, .. I 1Ve sOUllll
South; Floiida. Of coirse" the freedmen time alarm on this new danger
Loss of confinement ENnoItSiauENTGiie to the
Another Strainer.! vas and C. C. Chtvaie held in "Oln ABE'S" ,
The would. .not go' theie'wniinsiy;; ; ,and they been concerned in the assassination contractor counti> at once,' and call on all the influ
Savannah having
papers hare accounts of .. as .'l'ankIiIlY". Smith, a having I'IICI'N'a the set ice of the
of would] die off rapidly, thetej but they would of President Lincoln, and for Con.servaluesof
the loss the new stei,msliip "Richmond" ; held been tril'd'y couft maitial and found both sections to encoiunge the people
murder of Federal soldiers as
nhlih went ashore near Cape IIatteras on be' by' ,themselves] and could obtain the the plis'oneis of- WIT,' therefore be ir respectfully guilty, the'' finding of 'the com.tuiaili.ilwas ot Florida,' us the only means of meeting

Tuesday, the 23d: ult. She ]left Savannah nece.ssaiiea; of life almost without I labor, recommended! that Jefferson sent to the t'r bident. fur ills; 'examination that danger, to spurn all the overtimes of

for Baltimore the{ 22d. Tim passengers But ,H is .not from iegardfor.the freedmen Davit and Clement C. Clay bellied !immediately and he returned it with tt'o'' following as the'they Republicans wou'd' -the for her, dimiiembeiineiit,
temptations of Ibe'
from the by; n military commission or ...
tnd cargo were saved. Amotg eleven comiuonrslmoyives. ; is tic endorsement :' Arch Fiend himself 1 t{

thin passengers were Mr.: HI.'HVFLY and of philantiuopy, that the Radicals in Con- court maitial.] believed in- Whereat Franklin.W."Smith] had trnns-. ---
This Resolution it is < was
l lady of this city, recently married d gieis?aie eudenvoiing to carry out this STASTON actions with the United States Navy Do- Mull .
their ),roduced at the suggestion of )!., tmellt to a million and: aquaitrroldollnm We learn authoritatii' ,
en way to Warjla'nd..Too ] ., scheme, :Their list and main design i is pal ely from "'nhhin -
Secretary of War He knows perfectly and had the chance to steal a ton, that two proposals of ? P'SI'S. Ham-nit ,
to found a >;sufficiently extensive colony, .
Government well, thaUHvis and C1 C. yare en.Urelyjnhocent quarter" of a million ;.and whereas he was & Skippen, of Vernon, Washington connty -, ; .
Much'Cotton over which a TerriUnul maybe charged with stealing] only $10,000, and in this
of such crhnes as are State to cm ry the, mails between .t .
The Montgomery (Ala.) erected. This Territory Is to become any from the. dual revision oAl!'e testimony it Mariana and Milton, twice a week, .
Ledger gives time : charged in the Resolution, but he knows is claimed! that he stole $100 I uon't have
its opinion that far from in due and at as eaiiy a day as possible only for $3,600, been accepted by tie
so tli&cotton is too;; that if he'can ouce get them before believe he stole anything nt all : Post Oflice/ Department; and that a -
Negro proposal
and such
a State, as to enjoy -
ciop being likely] to prove a" fail re n'ei one'ot his Mililai'y' Commissions, that allegation Therefore, the records:: of, the'court- to carry the tl1l1lils. twicea week, fur

year, the only danger:is that there I ; 'will: equal, rights and pihilegeg'witb the will there for proof, and martial, together with the finding and $500: between Quincy and Chattahoochee.,
lie an vvcrcicpIt I The other, States,' and to be equally represented : pass sentence, are disapproved, "declared null has also been accepted.No .
for greenbacks and the says ; mania in both Houses'of Concress. It is, at their murder\ is foreordained. It is high and void; und the defendant is fully dis proposals, we "regret to hear have .
high;: ; price that ; lime that President {ou N SON got': lid.of charged. been received by the Department to car- ,
cotton has been! Jntel'bringl: we fear fine' bound' establishing\ and conQiming "the divine If %'his baggage A. LINCOLN ly the mails between, Chnllaboochee and'

w ill induce the )planters of the South to the,, locial- and political equality _of the Stanton Mariana direct, or by way of Baipbiidae.
would is checked through on the line of the reconstruction HIOHLT HONORABLE.The followingciicumstauce Our iiifoiinant adds 'Jhe 't
put too much land In'cotton this black ace, folloappropl'l.- : Office
The ordinary calculations prudence, year. ately, the admission: of negroes to the policy," as, he said the other reflects the .highest honor Department exacts:: the lest oath of con' .
to'a friend then the sooner he day ,
and l of at the the military officer spoken of i
sound reasoning should] prcruonibh right suffrage Federal Capital. upon) If journal.
with servicesand '
them against such a, policy, ,Why is itthat In this view of the subject., the scheme The citizens of Newt ern, North Carolina .
his portfolio to another the better. desiring to gin a musical entertain-
assumes ,
cotton sells]] at such an importance beyond anythingthat '
enormous prices -.----. -- ment tor the benefit of Mis. Stonewall TUB STYLE.-At the last Presidentiallevee
now 1 'Plainly because of. its scaicfty. has eliminated l with tho Radicals in TUB CURRENCY..-Since August' ,last Jackson, addressed a note to Col. Wheeler a peculiar style of wearing the hair

And the price will inevitably decline as the present Congress ; but it concerns has destroyedby commandant of Ihe district, asking his among the ladres was a subject of much \ .

the production increases. With half the Floiida'and, her people no more than it the,' Treasury Department sanction, Jle replied, saying : "Tha comment and the remarks were, for the
burning r forty-eight million dol- United States! military 'authorities can most part, altogether in its favor as a be-
amount of land planted half the.labor, : concerns the_white citizens of any and every lars of mutilated and cancelled, notes of never object to a charitable action. All coming substitute for the waterfall. Tie

half the yield, and a two-fold] 'price, they other State,, 'No responsibility now all kinds, and ten millions additional will soldiers! owe a tribute to' :gallantry: and hair was allowed to fall its full length,

would] have abundant supplies of food rests on us n.Jrany outer Southern com be added to the flames.. honor.. It is presumed that, every officerof without fetter or bond of any description
and grain crops. ,while with munity.for'whatevercalamity overtake soon this command will esteem it a privilege and was thought by many to be the moss
a full cropof may
'' The new fifty cent note has just been to be permitted to engage with you graceful! style the ever changing empressof )
cotton, they wpuld, have' short home the nation and no greater calamitythan ] jsned ,by t1'e'l'rilJllng Buieau: of the in' the assistance of a lady whose husbandwas fashion has yet presented to the pub
Mipplies of food and this'could ,wellbe o'uce l'ed.V I lie .
'grain and e no respected and leuowned. patronage
crops, Treasury Department.., The new issue is
with a small price for the cotton its 'await the result with patience:jf :nut with .. .
proceeds the old in differsfrom .
similar to one ; "
: LOGIC. "Mother '
w oukl! be consumed in indifference. -f PARTIAL RBCOOSITION.-Tbe correspondent says one-
the purchase ,,. ... r.Gen. it only in ,the substitution, of a finely morning, after having fallen out of bed, : '
of < of the Louisville Courier telegraphs
necessary, supplies. .,......... I the ] engraved picture of Treasurer:Spinner "I think I know why I fell out of bed last
SCOTT is winter from
; spending I at ,; Washington as follows : night. It was because I slept too near '- 1\

J..7SlIolV'feI110 lie depth tree. felt Key West and" Nt'w'Oreanl|] .. Vt : ,.'_. : iu'plce'of, .ex-Secretary i 'Fessendep.,' "Southern members' fully recog- wbeie I got In," Musing a little while,' .
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at IH: ; Paul Minnesota, on,,Sunday, January ;:, ., J nised by the ,Executive Depailnjent of as if in doubt whether he had given the '
lith, which i i. the ieavwi.t"fall ; Ex Gov'Jo., Bao.rl of-Oeorg.ia.* 5f The citizens of' Philadelphia have tbe Government They have the fiank- .eight explanation] he added,' "No that'
ucoid that ; on ; ,has subscribed $400,0011, to; e\tabJibb'lilJei: of. ing privilege, and rue notified to nominate wasn't the reason ; it was because I slept "'
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Parson BROWHLOW, now Governor of Ward, in describing his -:01-

,t ,WASIIIKOTOX,', Jan. 29.-The senate Tennessee, made a Rpeach at Nashville!\ journey from California, says: "The Urge! lot of jurpllw

I discussed a bill to provide for the protection the other! day, on the occasion of the driver, with 'whom I sat outside, FEINTING :MATERIALS, YE NOW IN STonE '

; of all persona, without distinction) Freedmen's Bureau opening a School ,informed me as we slowly rolled down I offer for sale FOR CASH, tbe following aril
of color or race, in their civil rights' the fearful mountain road which Ilea at I f
Trumbull offered to ararnd the bill there. The following "elegant extracts"are
by looks down on ether: side into an One-half Manufacturers' Prices The Largest and handsomestASSORTMENT
Inserting thnt nil j>eiwiis, of Afrlcau: de from the speech of the old reprobate :
scent born ill the United Stains are citizens At the time one of my neighbor buys, appalling ravine, that he has: met Ono ""WASHINGTON IIANDracssslzeNo. \

r. thereof, and made a speech) in support Oen. Joseph E. Johnston, was started to accidents in his time, and cost "tho ,: One 8 WASHINGTON, In Rood: order. HAND rntdS.lzo No.

I of the bill.Sanlsbury West Point to pet an education, Another California stage Company a great I 2, In exmllnnl ordif.2liOlb OPDRY .
"replied, ontl'nc1inllthat the neighbor boy of mine. in the same town deal of because juries .. KRKVIKR. '
money, 2M lb.. LONG PRIMER.
ties of the entitled
white man were -John B. about
Floyd- my age-- WRY 400 Iha. SMALL PICA.
to the same consideration and that It is agin us on principle, and every
also started to Jefferson University. J 12 fonU .ion TYPK. GOODS
was time to cease shedding tears for the had neither father nor mother both had I man who sues us is sure to recover. 20 fonts DISPLAY TYPE.
I negroes.: died when I was a little infant, and they But it will never be so agin, not with mid In fact everything iieetomtry I r
In the House, Mr. Roymond refuted bound me nut to n carpenter and joiners. me bet." -'How is that !I' I said. gutting( out a paper twice thu lzo of tuu I
the ,position of those who maintained trade, and I learned to make bureaus dark. It cnlluol." : FOR SALE IN FLO-
It frightfully was W. A. BHOBKR,
that the Southern States out of thAI was '
were (Applause.) I have made many a bureau Proprietor Florida Bentlnul.BLACKSMITHINC R1DA, .
I Union/ This lie denied, and maintained and many a kitchen\ cupboard. snowing withal, and
that Congress! has no )power to do anything SEASONABLE: ADVICE. the brakes were kept hard down, the I '

I against them more than against the t can only say by way of admonitionand coach slewed wildly, often fairly I Consisting in part 'of

other States. The Southern States were encouragement; the colored friends, touching the brink of the black H. B. FITTS & CO.

i I ''the'irecoRni/.cd admission, and of t their the only representatives.question was attend word of your Gi'd,schools and then; learn learn to to road hive and the precipice. 'How is that ?l' I said.- ARE now of prepared to execute: every dcucrlp- brown and Bleached) 1Ulislin5,

1 Congress should! act separately upon the practice, it ; and by way of caution and 'Why, you see,' M replied, 'that I BLACKSMITHING
I cases from each District, amid admit those mlmonlsh be mild for damages but. Jaconet
advice I you, and tem corpses never sue In the bust manner and n* I low on t n nw m ,
'who can lake the oath. We have to live peate: In your habits and spiiit and your maimed people do. And the next the coot of material, &0., will Rhllilol. Lucy
with the South and good policy, as well\ conduct towards the white people. I ad' I shall have eucureJ the services ot some of the
<"" 'as patriotism, should induce them to reconsider time I Lave an overturn, go Cambric, and >
vise as a friend loving the institution and :BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE.
1' their action. Herald! the House desiring the )prosperity of what you have round and keerfully examine the Those who may favor us with their patronage
'owed it to their dignity to repudiate the nndpitoken. I advise the teachers, male passengers. Them :as is dead I shall will be eunrnnlfmd imtiro flallflfnctlnn. Swiss Muslins,

: select on coniKiillea' reconstruction ; all and female, to be exceedingly prtidenl let alone, but them as is mutilatf-d I B3 Feb.Slio 3,1850-11 Hourly onpoillu Ibo Post Office. ,

'the paper constitutions the world+ would and cautious, and do nothing offensive to shall finish with the kingbolt. Le.'1d p Canton FlaoieTickings
not nave the country unless there was the predominant l arty heie./ : STRAY.9IAIEN '
folks don't ain't it./
'sufficient, (patriotism among the people. Yon mar think It strange that I give: sue. They on upncar the plantation of Mr.. Chrlft*
Official news to the 29tl\ December such counsel, 1 do It because If General Thus, with anecdote, did this driver ... topher on the 25th January, a tnedlum-elsod ,
the French have "' dark sorrel! UOHBE. apparently about! fourteen
nays sent an expedition Tl' to take a way hit soldiers cheer me 1 .
against, Juarez, at El Paso ; but nbnndon- and stakes and leave here "i"CALIFOHXIA. When' old; has a white spot In tho foruhead.
pull Blankets
up you taken up baa n long rope hatter around ,
ed it on hearing that he had made preparations would not, be allowed to occupy this Iris neck The owner of the home will some foi.
i to repel them. schoolroom a week not a week ; and if GOLD.-It appears ward, provi,>property, pay churgui and take him

The aiinngpnipiits for the testimony General Thomas and his military! forces that the total amount of treasure nway.The horse cAR be neon at Station; 2, Foniacolannd Cloths andS
against Captain Semmet are. newly' com go away and leave us;this Legislature brought by sea from the auriferous Georgia Ka mad, on the lot of Mr. Kfannii
' pleted. It Is expected 1 that it will he '1710MA8: U. EDW AllDS,
( at the (head of which I am placed, Cassimcrcs.Ladies'
b commenced towards. the clone of tin, would be broken up by a mob Iu forty- regions of the IJacitic'coast during Fob. 3, .
present week. A Naval Commission, eight hours. the last twelve years is upward of ISflUtfNOTICE.

/however, has not yet been appointed.New 1.v Lr8 pircnes TNT00SN. ORA NT. three hundred and seventy seven .
Arm of A.
LI pernotin Indebted to the Into
J-;:;:: Our high civil and military functionaries millions ; but it must be remember A HOPKINS & CO. are hereby notified that
:t 1'iiRK, 29.-Cotton firm, may travel through the South bur- ed that these tinier arrangements ern mode to ecttlo the name, Dress Goods '
/ sales 800 bales; at 48 cents. and otherwise and back to figures representthe they will foe placed In the handy of nn attorney
rigidly, may go
/1 i I Gold forty freight lists of the steamers, and for collodion at Oral Court.
that all Is well and
Wus.iingLoiiaud t icpoil A. HOPKINS CO.
t irconslructod, and those of you who are do not include the sums: brought Tallahassee, Fell 3,1886-2w French Merinos,
WAMUXOTOX, Jan. iS.-The President green enough to believe it, can believe it ; privately by passengers on their own .

to-day, said 1 to distinguished Senators. but pardon me when I tell you that I or friends' accounts, which with the FOR SALE. English Merinos
't hat the agitation of the negro. franchise dont believe a word of it. (Cheers ) overland from the OUU SACKS ,
question in the District shipments new LIVERPOOL SALT.
of Columbia, at OBN. FI3K AND 00 SAVIODB..
I this lime, was a mime:I' entering wedge to Had a man been ').laced 'heie of less Territories, would probably swell tho Just received and for pile by
the agitator} of the question throughoutthe prudence, leis goodness of temper, less total to more than five hundred mil- Feb., 1S06-3t W. E.. Agent., Alpacas,

Slates, aid w its II-timed and uncalledfor sense and lets sense of justice than Gen. lions. Since 1854 our aggregate exports -

and calculated to du great linini. Fisk, this institution anc? this Bureau of specie have nottnted; in :PRIVATE BOARDING. French and English Poplins,
lie believed it would! engender enmity, would have failed and he may console '7lttt"RS. J. II. ALSTON Is prepared to nccominodato -
+ contention and sirite between the two himself to- !av, that it'u\II' blessed Saviour round numbers, to four hundred and j fifteen or twenty day boarders, at Poll
I' laces $ million I four timesas her residence near the Mothodlut Churehln this de Cheevers
and lead to1 al' between' them were' to CIIIIK lo Davidsor. county with forty or neatly city Hho Id nliio prepared to entertain transient ,
\\ which! would result in great injurj. I.I 10 shuuhher\ -straps' on, and three or four much as has come back to us ouHtoniurn. Every curu and attundon wilt bo
-I butte, and ceruin destruction of, the neJJMI stars on his shoulders, and bring with hima from foreign countries. At the given tn the comfort of the guest.Jan.30lm Plain and Fancy

, i population. Pipredencp, he thought, military\ staff of the old Apostles, he about % j_,____
1.It should be given to more. important andVugent I could) not give tatisfactMu to the rebelsof worst, we are now r'the treacherous fire, after no ofL All Wool

1r' mallets, I logislatien upon' which I I Davidson county. two hundred millions better off in r officers and several of her crew '
wns essential for tie, lestoiiilion of the metals than twelve
HIS VOICR IS TILL FOR WAR. precious we were
wounded it. h
-,- Union, mid (pence vf the C"U"II' '. amid the I am in for the fight during the war. I years ago.-3rew York IIerald.I I v\ been by Delaines

Jirospeiity t of the }people, mid the foregoing have proposed to tight on. I have no favor But when the Beaufort had first

: Is iinplicity true to ask of the rebels in Davidson county one alongside the Congress, Lieut.nrker Si American Delaines;, '

.f--- or any where else ; and God being yiy n- There is great excitement in commanding the gunboat, .

, Lt < Tin- to.7: 1 ITfiirkot. judge and witness I do nut ask the votes Washington Territory, in anticipation ,id received"the flag of the ship, and ri Fancy Silks
of that party for any office, neither now of the assorted of Massachusetts with ,
M -- '"
cargo ---.tAA"J.'l'l1L'1"R
,,'t! [fFnim W. 1) Wiiphi'sC'iiculai.] or heieafler. I shall fight them to the : ; ;
f New' York, Jan. 24. bitter end. women shipped for that In great variety.'VV'I.n.1cr
Our market has declined, from the .e market. Meetings have been held, ATTORNEY AT LAWS .

juices quDlpd in my last t, two cents per committees appointed, and the set- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Offloo : : ; l
Round hawh
lb., and eludes depleted !Holders maintain Itcasonlnp. of up Stain! over the State Bank.KiTOffioe tlers stand the excitement
.their piisiiinii tcuncloii'-ly I and refuse It is seldom that ne see In a Northern on tip-toe houra from 9 a. m. to 1 p. tn., and

till olVern below 50.:. fur iMiddlins\ still be paper', especially a "Republican" paper, !awaiting the arrival of the lovely from 2 to 4 p. m., ALL PRICES.
Outohur) 26-Bin
Bering in cessation in consignment.
nn early receipts
sound one so well and
so an argument or
Everybody, if present! indications continue .S .J, BROKAW'S
is going to grow cotton ihis year fairly reasoned, as the following from the
yioin tire flflpplI llI1nrl'pd, bales i planter to Wisconsin (Portage; City) Stat Jester. TO Cloths and Cassimcrcs
the enteipiisiiij( : firedmanlu> hopes to Without successful revolution there says

/ raise one bale, there Is a uneial (let em., was not and could not be any such thing "Charles Dickens informs us that he IN GREAT VARIETV. I ,

initiation that e\ery man bhall hare his I ns secession) "Peaceable, secession" was contemplates a visit to this country I

t own cotton pAtch. an absurdity ; secession could only result during the next spring or summer." Stables, HATS AND CAPS -
The shrewd' ones believe that the small as the triumph of rebellion against the ,
farmers who 1'11I1'10t'ut' few hands and authority and power of the !government. s. rIIAIDW..tIiE

work wi.h/ them contimmlly themselves, When, therefore, Mr Stevens or any other Z? Four caP loads! of cotton TALLAHASSEE, FLA.. v, BOOTS AND SHOES,
and hose wives and children in the
help that States as a fact did
man argues go were recently burned on the Texas!
work of the fuiin: will succeed ; but that out of the UnioQ, and in the defeat of the -ALSO- '
the large phinteis, who/ cultivate thons- rebellion became as "conquered provinces" Central: railroad while on their way ,

ttndsof acivs and employ hundreds of from a foreign. power, and their Inhabitants to Houston. Loss thirty thousand CAUR AGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS -
hands, inlrtikliii2 the entire; inannaetnenl as "subjugated aliens,1' he must dollars. CROCKERY,
to PIII'S1'111 full at least. .
OVt-I'- partially of necessity assume all the logical! consequences _.4 ,
Tallahassee, Nov. 0,1885-If '
.4 'r Sanguine calculator believe that the of such a condition of things. '
Till Ware
Cotton crop of this year will amount to These consequences Mr.. Raymond pointed The cattlo plague has wrought &c., &c.t .
New Goods! New Goods!
3,000,000 bales, but the most prudent out in his speech. If the Northern' such ravages in England that Parisian I ,.

I iimong,'competent, judges think that it States were out of the Union, Congress butchers are now supplying John :

} u ill tint exceed 2,000,000 bales could not make laws for their government Bull with his beef cheaper than he .
The following\ is a statement of the NEW GOODS G-ROCEnXES. ,
-i) ; yit it did make laws for their gov it of his tradesmen.
1'I movement iu cotton since the list Sept eminent, and !Mr Stevei voted for them, can buy own ? '..

,. itnber last : and voted to raise armies to enforce them 1 FLOUR,. ..*

Receipts( at the ports in the United If the States were out of the Union, then 1C 'Sidney Smith compares the '

States ,.. .. .. .. .. .. 1,035,000Espoit their citizens could not commit treasonor '
to Great Britain. .. .. 446,000 rebellion against the Government of whistle of a locomotive to the squealof I M. A. Dzialynski ,SUGAr '
France .. .. .. .. 46,000 I the Union, nor be punished therefor; yet an attorney, when Satan first gets \

other Foreign Potts.. 16,000 Mr. Stevens urges the confiscation of him. HAS RECEIVED AND IS STILL TOBACCO, Ac., A-c.

Total exports.. .. .. .. .. .. 608.000 their estates and the hanging of their .. *

Stock ow.,band .. . .. .. .. 076,000 leaden.Union those If the inhabitants States were of them out of whomwe the Garibaldi offered to help to nVse RECEIVING=: I jj.Powder, Shot and :Percussion'

pup the cholera patients in Naples but .
speak of as "loyal"fere, In reality, Caps.
J Gee. A Well Selected Stock of Gcods
Major' ;J. II.
the not his offer. .
disloyal to the Confederacy, or to those Syndic accept
Vfe learn, from the best authority, that Slates. This of course would Include S...
the Judge Advocate General, Mr. HOLT, 'loyal" blacks as well as "loyal whites" ,
,'I recently applied to for the purpoke Rather hard on tax-payers! CONSISTING OF
on beinff iu that foreign country. If tbe States Wines
of learning'lhe Intention of the Government were out of the Union, and constituted pay $110,000 for four years' famishing & Liquors 1'

with respect! to Maj. Gsa, said an independent power, we as its of the White House.
examined the evidence,' or Dry Goods
that be bad conqueror have become the successo-g of .
portion of it, against him, and that it its debts and must pay them. This Is the The largest Stock in the Stata

\ was of such a character as to make it his claim advanced by Great Britain. A steamer is running between

duty to bring him to trial before a military Mr. Stevens and those who lake the same Jacksonville and Enterprise, Fia.! Boots and CONSISTING OP'

cotnmlssion.'ou a charge( of practicing view, are, tx neetnitati ret, are advocates -.. Shoes,

cruelly to prisoners! at SnuUbury, and he of.paying the rebel debt. t:?" A robbery of an extraordinary ,WHISKY BRANDY GIN CHAM
him sent to Georgia for trial ... ,
ordered .
had : occurred 'In
In this State elsewhere who Tile character Chattanooga, O 3J O T :DEC I KT Q- PAGNE, PORT, SHERRY AND
or clothes
No one BURNT TO DEATH. of a Tenn., last Monday, which, if the facts
knows Major GEE, win( for a moment be- little colored girl, about tweiTe years of are stated correctly, is one of the most CLARET WINES COCK

lieve this charge, no matter what may be age, by the name of Susan, caught fire extraordinary on record. Two men,' LATEST STYLES OF TAIL AND STOMACHBllTERS&c.&c.

proved before ft militarycoiuuiisaiou..- about midnight 31st ult., at the house of named Bass and Williams, protending to .

.. J-loridian and Journal.Qgr.Volcrk Col. 1'. A. Stockton, and In spite'of the be detectives from Columbus, Georgia, Ladles and Gentlemen's_ Hats,
.. --- greatest exertions resulted in her death persuaded a lieutenant of tbe military pfThe merchants of Florida are respectfully .

the following evening. Quincy Commonwealth guard to furnish them assistance, went to requested to examine: our stock
in the Quartermaster-Gen
; House before deciding to purchase in ttev York
the CrutchQeld dragged several :
iifli'oe Washington, named Jones, remarked 9"&o.. will
eral'* gentlemen out of bed carried them to the as we duplfcato all bills at Ne\v York
the other day on hearing of the ,
prices, thereby sulllLhem time
Is a child In Staanton, Virgin; guard house plundered them of over : and
V threats of assassination to Senator Sumner there thousand dollars ia Which ha offers on )low .terms for!CASH frelgbt.t \
weeks old which weighs only one two watch
favor of seven money, '
I iL.thlll' ho but wU'notexaotly he would,likdto in are him decapitation tent to pound and a .half. When, born it could, et cetera, and kept them locked )up that .or COTTON.i, ,, ,:, po'vt1r: Htfotdt told at retail:
s be put In a teacup, and ,tben weighed night. day started South. The i ,\ J McKihliin & Alien
of :
The Secretary War, ont'
his I ling home. I" n Stand. *,
dismissed him only half a pound. The little LiliputlanU Affair in undergoing investigationbefore: ", aaard4'Old ,
.. hearing of it, immediately< '
t. 'from the strrice. i "doing l\'el1. the military authorities. 'Dec.:1': !; Dee. 6,1863-ifltl /






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I'4. .QtVCa AG.Q.reT li j> with you ; ono (us' \ born in here a negro) 'is found free or emancipated I i fiETAIL st- fiID ,.

B. W.-11 ftOW1'IP' (, ,t \Jississippi/the! other cmuo: to her in )ho i is allowed associate! by WHOLESALE AND ,

fancy. These are, my own J!ieoplc, marriage: and otherwise, with the

When Thinking I elf on nt the PVO past alone nml, cone' .. and l it. i in H privilege: of which no first in the 1:mpirc. It is laughable _

\Vhllu. tho dork, with drowsy llnir, .liiiiige of circnmstauce, can depriveme. to see both sexes! of negroes going I, r
Mnikfthow limit the mlnuli'sliiigi;
Amt the embers dlmiy' burning, To the accepted( prayers ofour through; the streets billgiII and talking '
( sco \D
E'Q W A m .
I Toll of JITu to ilimr t-hnlr returning; widows and orplian'p> our'suiter- to themselves, generally in their Q Q'
Tlii'ii my lonitly ft01I1I1I1'Vlt"
n quint mournful loiinJ ing and heroic women, our brave native: tongue. As a general thing, .

Como With' 11 tho murmur ghosts nun of long and utfu.low, and 1 true inch lj our innocent little they gave loads! on their heads, ran .I- i '. .

children, I look for tile restoration to grog from a diamond pinto a sack REIoiPECTFVLLY! INFORIU cult 'IUENDS THAT WK'HAVE. .
WI ,
One by ono, T commit them oc"r. 1111\ littl' children of their Ol'ENJjD; A_ '.1< .
Voles Hint ftio 11.111'.1110 more; agonucd of coffee, as! well as large round! }baskets 4
Tcnrn! Hint loving rhoi'kn' have let, but Christian father. If I a merciful filled with various articles or, in ri 1 14:
i 1nIIaI? ES. L m 1In mm ( PII3m :
Words, whono n>imlo' lingers yet; ; ordain it a ,
1I.,,s' fneee, pale anti fair, Providence so w6 hope to some instances, five ov six empty
t Hlmdowy; limltn of WHvln Imlr, live and din ru\long you, mutually Hour barrels. At tbe Old Stand In Tallabasacx, where we are prepared to supply (,customer with all kind o ":"
n'ippy sighs, nnrt wliiBpi'i, deny, .... .
"Hongn forgotten/ ninny n year condoling and bearing each others They have extensive nimkets here '

I.Ip..r KiilChtui duwy.,,WHIT finaninciyp limn tlin; Bkli'BOdors ": l.- liidens.) F pray (Und\ we may not be well supplied, with all kinds! of fruits Dry (Goods I Groceries Boots and Shoes,, \ ;"

Irenlhedfiem' I'mailim. driven forth from the home v( our fish poultry, vegetables, etc. The
can we sing ourown fowls arc large-chickens as ,
And'lho! gentle.hndowt glide, very '.
Hnrtlv niurmnrlnv nl lilY else, :song in a strange land } \Vew01I1,1 largo as our turkeys! ducks! as large \
Till the Jung unlriondud day, not have our dear friends betrayed from AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ,, I:
All forgotten, fadi uwuy. as! our goose, turkeys weigh 'T.'
{ by their Sympathy into offering 'I to 80 pounds. .A t the "OTTSyfegyt 'era fil33. :lit;:'rat: art i for CAsh of *
'rb,'", when I nm nil morn, for our use too much from their !.
The called
here i is
DrnnmlnR o'er the fii't 4d' KOIK-, currency copper C3OTT7O3NT. ;
All nroiliul tin1, mid and clow,. own "basket and store." I and mine coin, which is forty reis. the t.,
Culm's llin ghosts nt.limy ngu.QNE have: so far, been miraculously cared size of a Canada copper. Twenty- Having established n branch of our homo In New York, we are prepared to rut ll! !1 Good of all,
------ for and shielded from want. \V c five dumps! arc one millrcK making kludu, In any quantity, on the shortest notice nud tbo most' advantngooua terms. f.-*'

ift seem ever environed by the love 1,000 vets! for one ruilh eis.! One Cash Advances Made Oil Cotton Shipped t8 -
IB dead with whom" wo spnki"; .
which is reflected: us from that millreis is but of coin
taro the Inloot war-cloud briiKeVuiUliuil.wlih upon fifty cents our j
: Ihc.mllo ho wore which lighted my husband in his dungeon Their i is from 1 to ] -
\, ,we pintail evermore -softened his prisoned walls 000 milh paper cis.currency A contey in 10,000 HODGKlSS SCOTT $c GO.:;>;::

Ae B iilnr that leave Its plnro with. sunny pictures of loving eyes millreis, or 500. .. ._ d', J
Fill" the h.n"en"lIh: passing grace, say J.\TE vV V'OEl.B: ::. f '
Did lie set our heart aglow, and outstretched arms. \Ve had: ] our hands full looking Tnllfthnimco, Jnn. 1I,1866-Iy '. < i i)

Loving loth to see him go. Grief and gratitude seem to impose around, and\ expect to lJe Jet: busy

YThere he inn, A shadow rents, upon me silence. I would, but can- while here. 'PEN & GEORGIA EAILROAD Emporium ofal'Icticsi't ,I

Veiling lint\ void heeds In the aching Immortal; brenstR.He rule: not say more. I will enclose within The Brazilian ]Indies, if such they '"' ,

Lifted to the Beautiful I this note the names and directions oigentlemen can be called, go' About in a half naked ,.1
e. to whom the contributions '

CURBS rao niov'o. .-John and Jnliii'i problem, "which you speak maybe enclosed. : condition.The authorities. are vary anxious, CHANGE -0-SCHEDULE. WM.; P. SLtSSER.: ; ...a.....,.r ;Ij 1
to and mate In two movisJohn :
A motor,
moves hi* arm round Julia1 neck, And instead of the eloquent voice and 11Ofl ''ont every inducement to I TALLAHISBKE, Jim. 16, 1866. ..TALLAHA8S1gE. FI.A.; '. l'"
Plie movp. one square, and whisper check; which so often has poured forth his On and after this dater the Trains .L' tJ J"
lie nothlnir d-iunted, right straight! emigrants. the IVnnncoln and n Itnllroud will C Tin aid I
mnwa love to his dear I offer wife'sand Copper, ',;
Ills Up*to hers, and calls. out mate I IPoor tsotorrox. people, a --.....-.-.----- run dully ns follows:: I
mother's and a woman's EASTWARD. SHEET IRON AIAKVFAGTUREKj-;
country "
gratitude to and those "Do you keep nails here ? asked: tx-uve ( lIll1ry at-------------------- 4.30 A.M.. ... 4
.Iiiliu ylcMn to love's con.lrnlnt.jIlgbo ; you you rep n sleepy looking lad, walking into'a Arrive nl Tnllnlmnseu nt. .6.30 Iii ,
blushed, pulp'liitva, und r.ilnlu. resent.I I.cmvo Tnllnhnssne at. 7.110 :
.... have the honor to be hardware shop the ntliprtlay. "Yes, Arrive nt Mndleon at----------------11.00 ."
----- grate '
very Leave Madison at 11.80
replied the gentlemanly proprietor; '. English French and' Domestic
fully and sAicerely Arrived Lake City nt- 3.0. 1 M. ,
Letter from Mrs. Jefferson yours, '
"we keep all kind.l of nkll What WESTWARD. Goods < .
w ,,Davis.A kind will you have sir, and how 1 'nvo Lake City I\t................. 8.30 A.'M.

most noble enterprise ]has IcellhuwlIl'ated ---- many ?i" "Well," said the boy, sliding Wvo Arrive Madison at Madison'i.20. ') P."M. Plain Fancy & Japann> Ware;\

in New Orleans, ]having Life in Brazil. towards, the door, "I'll take a I Arrlvont Tallahassee at...,. 4.30 ,
t:> ticiwo Tnllalmswe at...... 5.00 "
for its object the relief of the family Immediately lifter the j 'rmil1ation pound of finger nail; and 1 a poundand Arrivo at Julncy at -,. 6.30 STOVE HEADlIARtERS.r :;. 1 1A
a half of toe nails" ST. MARKS TRAIN.
of lIon. Jefferson Davis. We understand of the war a number of Confederate: Leave _. .
____ _._ Tallnhaiisee at '7.30 A. VI.Arrive large and handsome variety! of :l 1
---0. "
ofliceis left the South) atBt. Marks at 9.15
that Mrs. Dr. Nott of :Mo- ::: with the view
leave Bt. Murk at------------------12.00 M. :
of finding a home in Brazil. This "Who is he ?" said a }passer by to Arrive at '}'ullllhn.."" a/... 1.46 P. M.IWUBlf COOKING STOVES '\ :
bile will likely ho the head of an organization fever of emigration to Brazil still exists policeman, who was endeavoringto an hour will bo given; on the arrival' If i
ofihn cars at Mndleon for Dlnucr, going from 10
for Alabama, and that coworkers in borne parts of the South, and' raise an intoxicated individualwlio amid coming this way. COlubJnillg" ,I

in tIle good cause will be oA tUifu-acM'utf( ..ttc111 "l'iMJ.QJcj) had fallen into the gutter.- and A Albany line of ,snivel and betvi-on between MOntluullo QuIncy, Jinlnbrld and Thornmtvllle. SHEET .
emancipated Cau't sir," replied the lice- will connect with the tralnn.K. IRON, !
appointed in all the counties of the o blacks j to afford tli say p llOUSTOUN, '

State. The family of Jefferson Davis means ,and P: opjwrlunities' to: etlue leian[ ; ho" can't give au account of .Ian' IB, 1868/-If __Frpsldnnt. Allt TIGHT, '1 '
'catjmself. "Of not" said :
themselves to furnish them ; #
should never suffer as long a!! arr and, if piacticabb, : .to provide c employim homes, lenio' for other. "How con you expect Hodgkiss, Scott &Co., SOS, AND \J.:
I '
there j is a dollar in the South. We HI them. Indeed account: from a man who has
,dent '
in the New his balance ? ,
find Orleans True Delta t bate on the bill to enlarge the Freedrue;ma) I, '* #" ., '\

the following, tender and womanly or Bureau, Senator,HBXDIUCKEI.'of India })no of the most prosperous railways NO. 24 OLb SLIP NEW YORK. AH trimmed in a neat and ilniitbln man

letter from Mrs. Davis.-Columbus \ (n"";"" .JllrwcatIJUI'Oir-uUt very riot in the country is the ",nes- I Time. n.n odllkl.| ., Into of Hambclton Orotliorg, ner. They can \>e shipped to any \\ii\\t\\ nf
; Bui tlmoro. the connlry wilh jiprfecl snfelx &1' /'" NPII'S :
he J
feared-it is about like I
e, as we from Wor- O. W. Scott of arm of G. VT- Co. Tnlln-
and tern, running Albany to I Scott & ; antl ELBOWS ,
Sun Times.
that of Virginia in June. There is ., hn., .,'... cnnslnntlj: ".n tmndiOiitdnbr .
chester and IJoston. Its not profitsfor D. II. Poole, of firm of Poole & Babbitt, Bulnbildve woik-'Tin Ronfins/ uttrt-
MILL VIEW, Ga., Dec. 4, 1865. a fine breeze here ; the nights are 1865 are over 81,200,000. It Uii. ing down Pipes. Ornanifnta JIAuse'Ilpsds

T. B. Clark, Esq., Secretary and ; quite cool. Wont to the police of- pays interest on State loan, contributes \V.luliassec G. Poole, Flu., of firm of O. W. Beott & Co., Tal- Clifeet Zinc, Sheet Li ad. ,, I

Agent Ladies' Southern Aid Association fice and got our passports, which $50,000 to a sinking fund done J TSIibp short work of. every desesvptfs';.+ .
: were sent there by the o1 Is on divides ten per cent. on the capital Special attention given lo the Bale of 'nil klmla of
Mr DEAR SIR:-I am in the steamer all '
receipt ; passports required and has $140,000 left. SOUTHERN PRODUCE lV'+ottiOrit5l.e: : '
of yoir kind letter in the n 'me "of to be revised by func- I

the Ladies' Southern Aid Association tlOnaiers., Last night we went to the Formerly wo sent 50,000 tons of mind to the purchase and shipment WAItE, ,.

," having "for its object tIle purpose theatre. It was all in language un- rice to Europe ; but since the war, Household and Plantation Goods, WILLOW WARE, ,. -

of placing" me "and family in known to ns, but the dancing and Europe sends heavily to us. The Wares Implements TO VS, 1"3' :
rllRISTMAS P 1 C:$>p:
circumstances somewhat commensurate acting were interesting. crop was everywhere lighter than Of every description on hand fan arrf

with their estimate of mo and I About two er1 three miles from usual last year. North Carolina, MACHINERY, &C. examine befoi pni chasing elsr% "\ hei e- >

mine,' ant begging that I will,, at mj 'Rio Janeiro is situated the Emperor's whose annual product nsed to exceed Nov.7.lIH ()niSouTIIEIXr "

earliest convenience, designate a palace. "It is on a high elevation, 200,000 casks, raised but REFERENCES : : EXPORT: .
place to which the means BO collected with magnificent walks! arbors etc. 7,000. M,'hu. Currier & Co. New York.
J. L Moore, GrllBn, AND .
may be. con, eyed so that they surrounding it. As we passed along is looked Bryant Croom, Montgomory, Ala ?
Eugenie no longer IMPORT COMPANY. '
"safely and reachme. coffee up A. n nd, Macon, Ga.-
satisfactorily" all
may we saw sides
plantations on to, in England, as the great oracleon 14;. Bond, Macon, Ga. .
One coffee tree yields from twentyto .J...... Whltflold Dumopolis, Aln.
From our desolated .and fashions ; the English ladies are Win. Bally, rreoldonState Bank of Florida, .. I i'
impoverished ono hundred pounds of coffee. the Prin- T al lahl.esee. cOIn P A.NY la now organised and woo
friends .I scarcely expected The berries are green, red and black more governed now, by Th.w. };. Hambelton, Prc's. Md. Fire In. Com THIS prepared to make UberHl advanccB.oil. I
cess, who is and more Baltimore.Oct. .
buch younger gay, nany I
an expression of material in
the cluster
same which resemblesour 24-tf
sym- and, therefore, bettor fitted to set Cotton and other Produce '
pathy, though my potters 'of gratitude cherry somewhat. The country the .
example. ,
have been almost daily taxed, is- very mountainous. The coffee, PRATORIUS & CLARK, consigned toonrAgont. In Liverpool The press

to thank those who have, with so sugar cane and corn fields are on A political fight, in which sixty ent \alu e of Colton In Ll\rpoofls r from 60 to 64* '.

much hearty'eloquence, plead with hills! nearly perpendicular. They persons took part, has occurred at MERCIIAAT TAILORS, 80 Ot"l.por to }1.32 pound cent furguod for good Upland long Cotton Cotton III,and 001,1.Ve from.-,'

the President for him who, though never use plows to till the land, but Richmond, Kentucky. One man was TALLAHASSEE, 'FLORIDA, equivalent\ will advance value In Gold, 6r: IU I

unsuccessful, has given you, all he simply the common hoe. Some of killed, two mortally wounded, and We solicit orders for goods from the Merchant' 1
cOIJld-his" best energies-and whose the seven seriously injured.A CONSTANTLY ON HAND and Planter The utricles. attention }>old to the
plantations turn out from $1100 KEEP ,
,- sale a largo and. varied assortment ot araulli'st orders for goods from England, France ,I
only hope of future happiiiess'lies in 000 to $150,000 worth of coffee per and German.t

the sweet trbtJ! 'often expressed!, that annum, and have as many as three ninth Galvcston (Texas! ) dispatch of GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! Jackionvllle, Florida. '
tic has not lost: your confidence and thousand Wo tho instant says that an order E. T. PAINS, Agent, Liverpool, Eoghl d. \
negroes. see any was received there to muster out all I J. T BXBKAao, Again, Tallabaiuee, Fla.
love. of all his ALSO,
own_ peo quantity of oranges and banannas Nov. 16SinSaddle
pie Jla.vodone for him in his painful growing. tho negro troops in the State, but was
Harness '
'captivity his devotion i ii subsequently revoked. Cloths, and.Carriage?
unabated. The
scenery going over the mountains "\...
4'The'unfortuuat6Jiare always been is grand, and the finest I have The amount received by the Gov- ESTABLISHMENT!!! -. ... .

deserted and bctraye'd,, but did ever trver seen. The railroad is completed crment from cotton, licenses! and taxesin Cassimcrcs, d- \

man have less tp complain of 'w hen about one hundred miles from Galveston, Texas, during the last 'r''''

he had.]dst the power to 6ervlf l- Uio, and to enable the company! to four months, amounted to six hundred Testings,, I" Javejllr.t mentor Uoodn ctlvcil,ertislmli a of large assort. ,:.*.".. ,
-i. f
The multitude are silent ; why should use it, they have built a temporary and thirty-one thousand dollars. .
'' 1'f
they speak save! to Ilinj) "who hears road over this mountain while thotunnel .. Ncckj Ties"Suspenders, Uontlemen'i and tadtei' Saddld, 'f' 'y
best the words Rufus Chonte, Jr., the only son of Fine Double and Single Ilaridu! ,,. \ ,
most secretl.ntlere l is building. the late celebrated Boston of Bridles, Collar and Whini, .; ,
:My,own heart tells! me that syrhpa a Tbo ,,tem of in this lawyer Huddle Cloths. '..4.<, '
slavery country that name, died on the 15th inst., at Shoe Finding/ of ery doscrlpllott "
thy eXIsts-that the prayers from th'efamIly is of the hardest kind You/sen/ Leather of all klnda, 1

hearth aronot b sheJ. Ue all jho the negroes. that( --Have been effects Dorchester of wounds, Massachusetts/ received in, from the late the Gentlemen's Hose, &c. Saddle Travelling and Satohela Harness and Hardware Trunk -:.:J:'

loving and confiding still! to those brought from Africa lavo: their facts ; Carriage TrlminliiKV ddVi .
whom I have Gentlemen1 garment out and made lu Wagon and Buggy Hubs, '
from .
received% fa b .
moVe"or -t'J
much horribly
gashed less; It war.The Jonah[ style and superior manner. Buggy Hhafm, Bnokti and Rims, .; t ,
more than I deservfar i more official was done i in Africa to 'distinguish, latest sensation in Chicago is Kir Store next to T. I3. Taturn'a.. Buggy Axle and Springs, '

honors than .1 ever'! dcsir d.- what tribe 'theYf pclopg t ". Those the elopement of a young and pretty October!24-tf _. CAR1 IAGES AND .

Those for whoso cause71_ suffer are born here have not:these marks. It married woman with two married W H" WHITNER BrOOIESof ( \ '

not unworthy of the' devotion' of all! is-some fiftee or twenty'vears since !men, either' old enough to bo her every description.. ../-i,I"

which I, had .to give a This .is,the the Slave trade'was''sto'ppecl here, father.'; ATTORNEY: AT LAW, 1 Work Machine made Belting.4 lo order. and. Htpairlng 4one' "I I .

message of l love which}is sent through but frequently they (arc run ,into the I. /J2rThere are three,things women kiDISON, FLORIDA. dispatch Allelll far Wheeler do, Wtleoa'. and A

prson gates. to. our :own. people, be ,$ untry. The'!i .worst: and. most re-J throw away=their time their, health Wn-L PRACTICE IN THE COUUTB OF SEWING lUAC 1IiNES. 110\\01;

cause both:vf us hava't+. been! tbrought pulsive part of the, custom'-is/that niouej J. Middle Circuit. Tullehesece '.'. 26.-tf E.. \ ..
,,'.' .. ;. ,and Jcc. ::3: 186 -r "Oct.. :! V" .. w_r .



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