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:
March 8, 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, MARCH 8, 1866. $0....' 56. *

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Jic gxf. 11 hlit, U1iud I A Trarclinff ShowY; snickering turned on --- -r -" Sugar from .Corny;

OR,THE UNEDUCATED tSICI N. considerable groaning, { =
.is I'C'DLISJUD EgSRrTuesdayThursday two old deacons got Mark Twain in The' Altat Californian r
I out. The showman that in 1803 a company of.New,York
and Saturday, ,tells the following' 'entertaining and curbed tho piano I capitalists bought, of Mr. William
AT TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. history of the S' Scriptural 1Dor m1\, : self, but the fellow sat W ilke n'of Buffalo, for,$600,000;*:' .

--, There was a fellow traveling knot on a lag, and patent, for making sugar from corn'
I TERMS around in that country,. (said Mr. which had been ;
he M'doin { first-rate. invented by R German
JN ADVA.NOIih: : ,Nickerson) with a moral'' religions ; After-things got in that city. We.learrt from

Per Annum,.._.......4.............,._..$8 00 show-a sort of scriptural panaromiand : man thought he I : The New York Tribune that the purchasers
For Six Months._....... t 00 he hired a woodenhead lt have been
Hlagle Copies......:.........._.......... 10 old slab to play the piano for him>- more stagger at ) I with the ever experimenting
"" ........... ,, ..... ...... After the his confidence was : process since, under
-- -- -- night's'performance the '
get mighty shaky : \ of Mr. A. 1<. pokershauson t
RATES OF ADVERTISING, the showman\ says : ted the i'o of New York.' So far
TO is mo FOR ix iDYixct : "My friends yon ,know pretty, have produced '
again and he : I grape' sugar' only
Ond square, (12 Nonpareil linen,) or I less, for tho1lrBt much all the tunes !there, an, and says which cannot beconvertecl into ,
................. .. "Ladies and gentr ( cane
Insertion ... ..... '! 00 you worry along first rate. Hut sugar, nor mixed .
Each enbegnentln.ertlon ............... 75 then, didn't notice that some' ite painting illustrates detection. even with it without
you Lazarus from the, ', Very good syrup ,however
Estate and Legal Notice to be charged : -
the Rfna M transient advertisement*, times, last night, the piece you hap vior; The subject has : ( is made from corn') by the pro'
except Notice of Dismission as Administrator pened to be playing was a little, with rare ability by ) cess, not quite so,''sweet nor so ]heavy ..
for which the charge shall be.. 19 00 rough on the proprietors,,so to,,apeakdidn't such touching as cano or maple syrup, but 'otherwise
f ,
Obituary jTotlcQi and Tribute. seem to jibe, with the, ;
of Roipcct general not distinguishable therefrom.
ness of has
charged as advclll .. gait of the picture that was pats expression This
!! we conclude .
it, that I have known syrup can be milled -
ing at the time, as it were-wai a with the superior article without.
sitive be
THE SENTINEL little foreign; to the subject, you tears by persons looking to at it. detection. No doubt it will hereaf ,

It the on'y piper In Florida that U published, know-as ifroudidn't either trumpor half confused, : ter bej! extensively-used for that pur
11 r three tlmoi a weok,an"-- Ihereforu affords! Ul Hubcrlbon ,follow suit, you understand: ? the conntenance of pose. A bushel, of corn yields three,
) the readiest local of obtaining the Latest "Well no," the fellow said; ; hihadn't gallons of besides .
Lazarus. Observe syrup, leaving a
new by telegraph! and mats: and full re noticed, but it )might bj : 1)(: ing ''
ports of the Now York mid Sautliern Markets.It carne tude and expression of 'e"sidunn1/r gluten and .bran, worth,
had it
played along just as, in New York:
will also glvo fill!I ropor.. of the proceedings who takes him gently ] I twenty cents a bushel'for
nf th, L.!(UIitnr, .. The Sentinel furnished tonub'iil'juM handy.So of his shroud with one the feed of animals. In order to
nt the lowest living rat on. they put it up that the simple he points with the produce the syrup, the corn is first
old dummy, was to keep his eye on distant turned into starch; and the Is
city. syrup
JOB PltlftTING.In : the panorama after that, and\ as scionas Before anybody made from that: The Tribune:

oonneulon with the Sentinel, wo have' .nperlnr IU' a stunning picture was reoled out, opinion in the case, the does,not state the cost of the process,
iiij varli'd aMnrtmrnt of new Jobbing he was to fit it to a dot with a pieceof ass at the piano struck : but we believe that the! syrup,can be'
ht..rIMI l, and ore prepared to pit-cute every dm music that would help' the audience produced in New York: 'city for twentyfive
"Coroo, rise )
mrlptloii of work In that line vlth neM and get the idea of the subject, and And a Km,up( with cents a gallon. Here in Chi'
go : ;
.1..1"1011.S A'IM' on hand a floe assortment of warm up like a meeting revi- it
camp cago would cost much less.
lulu far In color Orders mall It was rough: on the
printing hy or corral
val. That of would
sort thing
etl.ra.s, will receIve prompt Attention. Our p.1. bet. 'All the solemn believe that though the New"
era are us low a. the !present high rost of afrfckrootitrli's their sympathies, the showman bftid. in i luff to go, and York company have paid so heavily
liuor and living will admit of, and are There was 1big audience that till the for their patent, its value is not much
laughed \\ \
I'ulo'Viho Increased, rates which rule !In otherltnesnfhusloeas night-mostly middle-aged and old The showman regarded by scientific and professional
\ people who belonged to the church, men, and we have no doubt that
", ... -..:=-= --==--"-_._--=-_ and took a strong interest in Bible grabbed the orchestra they will before long find plenty of .
mrOrr t1hnHt1 (!1 .nn1Pe much matters and the bucks balance and were heit'ers pretty "That's up let says yon out,) competition in the ,manufacture of. .
young chowder-hoa'led old I syrup.
-...--------.. they always come out strong on pan .
the and .)
A. J. PEELER, orama. The 1 showman balanced his and cut stick get REPORT: or THE COUNCIL OF *GZY'
weight on his right foot and prop ranch I Ladies your and I ZRALS.-Tho Council of Generals
" ATTORNEY AT LAW, ped his hands on his lips, and flung have made the
which following recommendations '
TILUHASSEK, PLORIP'A.O his eyes over his shoulder at, the control cumstances, compel, over mo in relation to the Senate ar-

:floe \ip BtA'n! over the State Bank. scenery, and said: dismiss." my bill : They approve of the number
?-yi>tli.'e hours Iroiu 9 a: m. to 1 p. w., and "Ladies and gentlemen. the paint colored of men for which the bill -
1r.m 2 ui 5 10. ,' Ja. provides
I' the
L' before illustrates
(O.-i.iUi.r -8m, if. ing now you i'1 and tho proportion to bo taken
beautiful' and touching parable' of the Negro Eating from eacb arm of the service. They'
EDWIN :;; HART Prodigal Son. Observe' the, happy Had that ...- \ also recommend that in addition to

ATTORNEY'! LAW expression just breaking over the ist., Mr. Sumner, been the Major and Brigadier: Generalsnow
AT features of the poor, suffering youthso reading the papeis, he in the regular armyr five Major:

MADISON FLA. worn and weary with his long seen the other (day : Generals, ten Brigadier Generals, anda
march ; note also the ecstacy beam from the western number of Adjutant Generals be
WILL practice Ulrenlt.In tie Courts of the Middle ing from the uplifted countenance of which could hardly appointed from tho volunteer force. '

Februurv 15,1866'f, the aged father, and the joys ,that make an impression -thcso officers to rank with the
sparkle' in the eyes of the excited thropic mind, to say death or resignation! of tie first in f
W H V7HITNER, group ,of youths and maidens, .and, stomach. But as the cumbent. Tho only recommends- 1 t

AT seems ready to burst in a'welcoming ing to his own 'tion of importance in regard to the
ATTORNEY LAW, chorus from their lips. The lesson, stoop so low as, to pee' military bill is that the commanderof :

, MADISON, FLORIDA. my friends, is, as solemn and instrno of the day, he probably the army shall have powti to order '.
) I. WILT, rrtAOTICE Middle Circuit.IN THE: COURTS OF tive "as the story is tender and beautiful that a relentless war is I inspections. They also report in

goo 23, 18(15( -tf I tween two negro kings ; favor of taking the superintendent of
The mnd-dobber was already and in the ot' .
-.--+.---'--. neighborhood West Point from the army at large,
'To Printers and Publishers.:0 ., when the' second speech was finishedhe in which the prisoners_ instead of confining the appointmentto
struck'up :' side (with the tho corps of engineers.
:- "An, we'lall\ get Wind drunk. ones selected for the ) : .
Having a large lot of surplus \Vlieu Johnny comes marching home |I" into slavery. Another A man 'coming home one night

PRINTING MATERIALS Some of the people giggled, and progress tho same rather late a little more than "half
some groaned a ,little. The show- the Brass negro and seas over," feeling thirsty pro
1 offer( for sale. FOIL,CAS4, the following art!. man didn't say a word. He lookedat groes, which is ,cured a glass of wator and drank)it.
cleg nt the piano sharp, but he was all ent principles. The In doing. so, ho swallowed a small
One-half Manufacturers' Prices.One lovelyTand serene-ho, didn't know I ing like Mr. SAnincr ball of silk that lay in tho bottom of

WASIITSOTOS nAND PRESS, a oNo.: there was anything out of gear. I toes, opposed to slavery, the tumbler, tho end of the thread
3, in good "rder. moved and the in his teeth. some"thing
One WASUISOrOV HAND PREdS.Blze No. The panorama on, taptiveft *\ catching Feeling -
2,.In. uxenllnnt order.. showman drummed up his girt, 'and appears by the iu his mouth, and not knowing ,
250 I lb BKEVIBR.SMIbs. JOX PRIMER. started in fresh : Sierra Leone that on what it wa. he began to pull at the
400 lb. BMALt! I'lUA.munU.lQR "Ladies and gentlemen, the fine vember last, our colored end, and the little ball unwinding.
font DISPLAY TYPE. picture now unfolding itself to jour New Calabar 'mado a 'he soon Tiadseteral yards in bis hand,/' l

CUA8K3.Nil'URU DABUEd:, and:! In,fuel RULES everything, LEAns nece-axry, F0K- gaze exhibits one of the most noble ,Brassmen (also our ) and still no end, apparently.: Terri!
In getting.out a paper twice the sloe of the events jo Bible hiswry=our Savior turned to Calabar Town f fied, ho shouted at ,thc top of his
Baiitlnel. W. A. 8HOBER, and his disciples upon the Sea Gali with Z\ prisoners. 'I voice : "".ire I wife I I bay, wife, come
Proprietor Florida Sentinel. lee. How grand, how awe-inspiring have a good time after ,here I am all unravelingP1STTKBoston I
are the reflections which the subject the Calabarians 'I -.f.-_ _:. }o
P. B, BROKAW'S invokes What sublimity of faith a mau-and-brotller ; i ; Advertiser (Republican i
is revealed to us in this lesson from, had the thirty-seven ) 'wV's, it' looks with some '
LIVERY AND SALE. the sacred writings I, The Savior rebukes butchered, and ate them btispicion upon' ,tho report that Gen.

the angry waves and walks finite relish. Every ; Butler had purchased Valuable prop Ii ,
ft'Stables securely upon the bosom of the gaged in the raid erty.near Richmond, Virginia. It ,
deep?" of the edibles, and the founds its SuspICIon1pon the ideal
All around the house they were excessively jolly. Tho ; : that }hewould think'the insurance) of.,,

v TALLAHASSEE, FLA. whispering : "Oh, how lovely,how those parts are not i\nypropeTtY"held;: ) by.him in Y rgin-J ,,
% -ALSOCIRRUGES beautifull", and ''the orchestra let men' when they cannot 1 i ia altogether too serious rt i charge. ,
i The despatch, ; .
himself out again "
ary. ;
letter's '
4 BUGGIES' ,,WAGONS "Oh a life! on the ocean wave, particulars of the. feas. ; Why is tho 1 liki'tbunler! J.! :? ,
*! it mikes our enam'Bou'r"
AM HARNESS FOR SALE. And a borne on the rolling deep I" was ) BcclIlI. ,
; .
deal of honest it was stopped br'/ ; :".. "
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and Her freed Trial of Jug i( had some tent- Expulsion of,Hon. D. W. Voor- .
men Major Gee. tell as to clothing-they ,

.1 i \\1 i tdtln Georgia, like that ol Wo leave**- received the proceedings, o:f some dug holes in the ground-about there 18 were to liccs, of Indiana.
in the grounds-
] ] enacted ]laws 'to 'secure\ the Military Commission in session aLRaleigti : 40 some died houses daily, nearer the smaller number The facts c nnecte< .with the ]late outrage

I In all tlipfr rights ; thus N. C., embracing: the first four'day! -they were taken 'to the dead house in the House of Representatives' the
TALL. when died-*! sometimes visited the expulsion of the; Hon. D. Ws: VOORHEES:
refuting the,charge made by consumed in tho trialtof Major GEE, us they ,

his correspondents, that the! published in the Raleigh Standard.* dead-house. dead. of Indiana, from his seat, and the\conferring ; .
THURSDAY : : What was the condition of the
South are disposed to enact Major GE:* offered a plea in baryon the house Q.< nnd of the bodies deposited them of it upon Ms unsuccessful competitor

purpose of oppressing freed- first day, 1'hichVII9 over-ruled. On the Defense objected to the question 'on before the people, are': given by the

.",'AI'c'nU! for any'of their, rights; or, second d4 ;fee again offered a plea In'tar the ground the subject 'matter is not alleged Washington cOl'I'espolldenL'oftlll! Clncin-

Mr. D. Ii%:WILSON, ,;" 'on the ground' of want of jurisdiction by in either of specifications Inhumanity, thereIs natl! Enquirer: under date of Feb. 28"
charging ;
4 specification
Mr. THOMAS : the Commission and assigned for no 'from which we' make the following extracts -'
this legislation mho question cause, to the dead, and read authority to show
Messrs.DREW & response ;hoI ld' .Federal, that the -rl'esldenL of the United States time necessity of strict adherence to the : : '

Col.: D. J. TAYLOR, ,make".to this evidence of did issue, during the year, A. D., 1803: a Specific charges and specifications set Until yesterday H was not ,i astonishingthat

t Maj.:F. C. BARRETT to respect, in good faith, proclamation of pardon and amnesty under forth in the: allocation1.!!; any specimen of the genui radix
:The Judge Advocate contended that should "hold these truths as self evident -
.. Mr. C.E': Jonxsos, Imposed upon them: by and by virtue of the powers la him the charge and specifications alleges ;j" but on that occasion an outrage '

. Mr. W. L: STEOMAH the wart The Macon-Tele- vested by't the constitution and laws of the General wrong; cruelty and inhumanity; was perpetrated that finds no warrant or

Mr. Joni A. GJBCBB u'pon what principle of. policy United'States, and, in said proclamation l done to the prisoners, and he had a right palliation in the preface,' preamble, text,

the,Federal. authorities! con did"grant full amnesty and pardou to persons therefore, to prove any act establishing notes, table of contents, appendix: or flyleaves -
... the fact of general: inhumanity.The of any edition of the Constitution,
Notice.-Daring the In between> the freedman engaged I in the late rebellion againstthe Court, after private'consultation, or in any laws passed in pursuance thereof

signed, tho business of State, and, 'by a usurpation United States, upon certain conditions, decided that the objection of the defensebe or yet In any act. passed during th@
be conducted by)fr. J. control the domestic relai and upon taking a certain c
i charge. v : \ t The Bureau prescribed. And the said Jo-nx H. GEE Examination resumed. The outrage'referred to was the giving
: This dead house was not far from thq< Voorhees1 S\lIttO Henry D. Washbume
'Till1ihUIlCe, Feb. 10, uncon-tiuitional! institution, says, that he was and is Included in the centre of the prison-the doors were and thereby defrauding a portion of the

can justify its existence ex: said proclamation of the President'of,the open the times I was there.Q. people of Indiana of their suffrages. "

ground of necessity.' This i United States ; and that lie did 'comply State bow the dead were placed in The facts are limply! these : The official
33" We are this House, and how they were taken return shows 12,830 'votes for Vor-.
the with'al1 the conditions of said
during war, and proclama-\:
SCOTT of the firm of therefrom. hees, and 12,206 for Wa hburne. Washburne -
'Co.' fur the present time ; but when lion, and that he is not and has not been Objected to by the defense: on the contested the election on the
.]i. SCOTT & late
t pt1 come forward and excluded from. availing himself of. the ground of the ]last objection. grounds : First. That eight?; hundred and

ville, and,. other papers.See ase have done, benefits thereof and that he has been frilly The Judge: Advocate contended that ninety-nine fraudulent votes ]had been
.. : the treatment of the dead, .'n the presence counted for Voorhees. Second. That
of Federal l ] pardoned by the President of the Uni- '
W the df the! living was calculated to inflict ninety-two of his own lawful votes had
":5. II.'' GEE who is matter is clearly illegal.\ ted States ; and that on the 21st day of wrong upon them, and was therefore relevant been omitled.

I policy even as regards the August, A. D., 1865, he did take the oath .' There was no effort matte to substantiate -
ty at Quincy, to raise authority of the Bureau Iii said proclamation prescribed by the After private consultation the doors the first specification whatever. If

duct his defence,before bo partial o\pr' so wide President of Cue United States, before one were again' opened and the opinion of the secon.l had been sustained, It would
mission now trying the Court announced that the objection still have left Vooihees majority of four
"'" country, and where it tabs EDWARD: PEASE, Captain 2d U. S. C' I, was sustained. hundred and forty two. But It was not
I and troubles must neces and commanding the United States postat Examination": resumed. sustained, for the reason 'tliat every par-
,:; The Quincy: Florida] in the county of Gads. Don't know what amount of rations or ticle of the evidence was taken informally

This exhibition: is .-- den, which said Oath, commonly known wood was allowed the railroad-it pl'lsonErs-the! was ] and' illegitimately by the Mayor of

Louses; and gives the amnesty oath, he here produces toI I wood was brought on the of the timecan'tsay Terre Haute outsideof' Mi juritdiction.
Intelligence.; asj cut by the guard, most In this invalid testimony there was noth-
our citizens., 'It is the Court, and shows as the evidence of that wood is scarce in that'country thank rash
to cieate more -
Intelligencer the ing presumption > .
exhibited. The music says opinion his pardon by the President of the United it is generally 'well wooded-the wood< that the ballot hoe: find been tampered )
of that place is coincided in was taken in, part In wagons and part by
price of admission. Slates. with anyw he,e, and 6f the depositionsthat
States military comman the prisoners-it was generally split, some Washbiirne's dis-
n'ng performanco : ? The Commission having: decided that large and some small, a man might carry tnimake up
: there is no need for puted ninety-two, there"were fifty-four ,
BE ALE, and those nho l that any the.plea was deficieutjn law, the ririso- the largest slicks can'tmy th\lt'I knew shIned with the p.vmhol multiplication
Panorama may not ', oner was then arraigned on the 'chargesand the condition of the wells in the prison. or' addition,! and twenty-eight mimic to
Flag favors a division of I was near thereat the time of the out
tunity if they neglect : specifications, and pleaded "not timber for our I prove the-vols! of men SI her than the
the ground that Texas con. break-I was out getting affiants.
guilty" to elch.\ Maj. GEE o.lso introduced shanties-first I beard WAS the filing-:
k The an extent of territory, and the for.* : iug documents rf was a mile or a mile anda half from the : Now, ns'i.h1"ot) II::( is b.v'i ba1oin! Indiana -
reported that the of the East and West are .*,: camp-I came as fast" as I could. !\Iy; it is hartl for a ppniofi;! entirely.dllit!
to be under the same copy.HEADQUARTERS. Company was ordered to the lower can- erate to know how he voted except by
mortgages on the' mu- Augusta, Ga., ) non-wf >n I got where the company was the unsworn statement of another person:
employed counsel to ( and regulations. The Tele- May 1st. 18Go. J the firing had ceased-/ saw men, arid almost as':hard for any person to

The New Era mistaken a division. The bearer John II. Cue,'a Major in guards) on the platform-the prisoners know how another. voted excplt.1(1011( (

vannah capitalists a : Ci esont learns from an old Company -, 11th hegilnent, Florida mostly were lying down, some in the his unsworn statement. Still, on the extravagant

other sections are1 lceted.'t who: has just moved to Tex: Volunteers, a paroled prisoner of the ar- holes-there was little or no fiiinsr! afterI supposition that'this testmSwy
my conYnanded by Gen. J. E. Johnston, got there-they were done filing, 1 I was cunect and valid, this: would n Florida Railroad fail, of wagons were daily has permission to go U) his home, and think. I heard three artillery shols-I have been sufficient tn gate the rndlcnis

travel through to from East Mississippi, there'emaln undisturbed on condition of did not go into the prison i I that erneiugI anothpvote iu the IIoii''p j and every

Marks or Pensacola. Georgia, ail! on their way to not taking up arms agaac. t the United saw some of the prisoners from, the pal'npet member of the Election t ConimitU'e' so .
State. State?, until properly relic wed of the obligation supposed to be dead-don't know voted on the first blot\ except! the Chairman
road is certainly no 'of this parole. how many. In regard to prisoners gathering Danes, of Massachusetts.This .,

course of travel.CONFEDERATE. Telegraph says that Set.- By command of Brig. G en. D. B. FRY. in groups, the orders were, to tell inglorious Yankee had heard from

is neither, dead nor in the J. B.'DOJJNAJf. them to disperse and if they did not, tc his fellow Yankee: !Hale, thill "i ]OJ4h) figures : .
but does not state where Major & A. A. G. fire among them. I don't know how many can't lie, those who u>e them can,"

HEAD,QUARTERS\ U. S. FORCES, \ I prisoners were there wlien' I first went and upon this hint invented'/ a schema
dent of, The Macpn: Tallahassee, Fa., Nay, 18, 18G5. J there-suppose a thousand or fifteen hundred whereby a majority might! be, lII nnfac-;
tained a list of names Bank Las, been es- I, the the undersigned, J. H. Gee,' a -they were prisoners of war and tured for Wnshbni 'HP threw out the
diers who died In the with a, capital o;f Major tif the 11th Florida Infantry, do some rebel prisoners-afiei,'wards there township! of Hamilton nn lestimnnv (1))

Elmira,'N. V. In the Is talked of. solemnly] swear that I will not bear arms were, I think, some six: or seven thousand that t1! :' ballot-box had either been open-
Houston deer-sfalker had 'against the United States of America, or brought there-most of these remainedtill ed or shaken, as the lelaiive posMmis i of
names of the following ] : give any information, or do any military February, I think and, were then taken the contents had been changed. The return -
1st Re-g't, Co. A- killed 0,030 deer I Ills lar- duty whatsoever until regularly exchanged to Greensboro"-don't know how from! this township stood, Vnoijiees,

2d Reg't., Co. I-W. one year was in 1859:: whet as a prisoner of war. many were taken there-I suppose there 498 ; Washburne, 143: He then counted
Cth Reg't.' Co. F ; A deer usually sells for J. 11. GEE, Maj. 11th Fla. Rpgt were some 5,000. Don't know that any 170 votes which ware, sworn to ((1) for
Co. E-F. M. Kamen ; were sent from Salisbury to any other Washburne, and four.which, were accidentally
specie. Quite..a profitable DESCRIPTION : 5 ft. !54! Inches ; hair
place. 68th regiment N. C., were proven forVborhees in the same
light; eyes, grey ; complexion; light. and Hoke's regiment of 'Reserves and way. .? '" ,

E3T A case was I certify that'the above parole was plv-- Moss s, also Copeny's troops and Free-'. The next strongest majority ,for Voor

Alachua .county, of : QUESTION.-A' writer en by me on the date' above written on man's battalion. When these troops left hees was in Riley, where the vote' stood

John Ritler,(white,) the following condition : Salisbury, they were guarded by a por- one hundred and seveutv-t \'ee to eishtj-
off Courier asks what will tion of all the commands; there as guards. eight.: This sworn return was nullified
enticing person allowed
named is
of the ne roes' in Flori- The above to On one side of this prison there were by the testimony ((1)) of a servant-girl,
fined e2;; and costs. return to his home, not to ]be' disturbed which sheds
of three more two stockades, between were who swore ((1) that cne had found some
years or -
authorities the
tho of United
County Criminal by military also-'some workshopsdon't tickets under in
t put up for the guard- republican a carpel[ a
or regular: domiciled States, so long as he observes this parole
the damages. recollect that there was a room where the ballot-box: had' been.-
I 1 The writer says --Tery and obeys the laws which were in force house there used for a hospital. The hos- She affixed: the emblem] of the Christian

-. ethe negro can no more previous to the 1st of January, 1861, : pital for the post was near the Kail- religion to her affidavit (1) and failed tostatehoty
COSFU: U.TIOr OP where he resided. in this building twiceI
rlad-I think I was she knew they were Republican
from the
beneficial inau-
order Gen. E. M.
The Jacksonville By of Biig. M-cCooK, was only in one room for a short time tickets, and whether they were for
o nomination of lion. I man, lhan he can change [Signed] 0. W. BURNS, -the condition of that room was cleanlyil hat election or some other, or, indeed, -ql))
skin. The, surrounding: Capt. and Prov. Marshal. had a number of beds tolerably well how she knew they were tickets at all. ,
as District Attorney, operation of law will keep Jno. Milton Brawley-sworn ; lives in provided with bedding-don't recollect In the same manner as in Hamilton
District of Florida,his and the Rowan/ county-was in Confederate 'ser. that I was ever in the prison hospitals- 'ownship, one hundred and eighty votes
the Senate, ,and: that tendency vice in 1804! -was mustered In in'the don't' know how many hospitals were in /ere built up for Washbume and none
Stale the services of ;jelevate. But suppose, in month of June-weot to Salisbury about the prison-don't know how often the for Vooihees. Then by the addition of
: themselves," they become : the 5th of .October, remained there 'and dead house was cleaned-I was officer of forty five to Washburne's vote in other
men and best_lawyers 'farmers, as it is pre at other places in the county 'till April the day I think, three times-don't know awoships, the miracle of creation was
The appointment! of '65-t-\vas Captain in IIoke's regiment if there'was anytime used in this dead clipsed and a handsome majority made
does answer
shall MACC'BDDEB : it not yet there was a prison at .Salisbury for confinement ;' house-I think there was unpleasant out of less than nothing.

er1. vho are to cultivate the es- of Federal prisoners' -thinks 8 smell arising from the dead! house. The same correspondent states that Mr.
# --.. l It will be years be- or 9,000, don't know pteCisely-Maj. Gee '
understood actedas i' RADICALs.-The Tennessee V'OOBBEES goes by special invitation to
CIIIOt'S-Tbe negro will have ar- was! in command, I THE TENNESSEE
officer of the day several times-received Radicals failed to control the grand canvass Connecticut tOl'tbe Democl'Iticparty. !
says :arge quantities to make a surplus of ordors from the officer of the day Union which assembled in His first,speech ,will be delivered
brought Into East ] Staples I meanwhile, before-it further Instructions were Convention at New Haven.
markets and told at of the ntatti 1 needed I'we nt to Maj. Gee for them.- Nashville! on ''the 22d, ult. Hence, they .
asked tbd .. When' I acted as officer of the day the denounced! Its proceedings. To illustrate S.
by. plant n. Cs.
tlss'ourl'bas '
instructions were to keep ,the prisoners the animus of the Radical faction, thefollowing The Governor of issued a
York Times; after en. inside to them from collecting in
keep anecdote is related and its truth (:reclamation, offering/ reward of $500'c
TUB Doa LAW.-'The ch of",President JOHSSOM large quads, and if' they attempted to >r the apprehension of two bushnback-
Duval and Alachua that "there break to halt them, and if they did not vouched for : ,
are four '
I ed to enforce the to per- halt to shoot them-iu relation to provisions While Judge Swayne was reading Waihiogdon's ers I who rode up lo the house of Mrs.. Ber-
dog the last'
census, who my understanding was to lei none Farewell Address to the Convention ry in Miller count! I1Iibsoul'l1 last Satul'o.Ilar .

< _. recent pt't'ch.of. Pr'esi- 'go in-met Mal Gee at gate one day, a wAil known ultra Radical enteredthe and murdered! in cold blood, two ,
C3T: The Jacksonville They are CHAHLES SUM- when a pl'ISODerVa going in with some- gallery of the House of Representa members of the and the
,. "Ge JOSEPH R, : STEVEn, WENDELL thing tied upMn a blanket, felt it and i it' tives (in which the Convention sat.) After one a son
} .. seemed to be leaves, understood the Major listening awhile to the sublime passa- other a widowed daughter. The fiends
onel pf the Ttl:, Red: the "dead duck,"''Colonel to say he wanted It examined closely, ges In that immortal document, be exclaimed : -' then fired the house, which was burned tothe

Volunteers, and (or.4, } / rejt of the people find, the as it might be liquor or something of the : "A d-d rebel, document I Justas ground, consuming the dead bodies

j i in command at St. .Au ] that, speech eminently pa kind in the blauket I don't know that I I expected I" \\-ithioit.- -

i nandina,has been accordancee \vith the can tell what rations were issued I -we .
prn Gazettes
drawed at first what was called full rations The Baltimore says that Chief --- .
,t publicans for Governor' ., ; t lonal liberty" I about a pound or the rise, of flour, Justice Chase and Fred. Douglass 'dined I U We see it btaledin The Nasfhvilleamier : '
... Enquirer say l Iqs'n- I and about the same of 'meat, drew rice '
j that and
together last Sunday. Mrs: JEPPERSOX DAVIS ,*' .
't ExcELLENT APP ll fhan occasionally, don't recollect anything .
{ J two thirds of the '
: her
--. youngest child bad an ived Chattaooga -
we drew' when ,
except we
sonvUle! Times learns t : United States, &orth 'and A Correspondent( writing! from Paris,
bad no mea Don't know whit rations. and taken rooms at the Cratch ,
of the Freedmen's !! } : the prisoner received.Questiou'mDescrlbe. .- says there are moremerlcanj'; In"'that field Rouse ,. *

\ ed Col.O. B. RAn as1.l { 'house' the town'bf. Quit I .| the condition o! the city this winter than at any'previous time. 'JI *.r- .-' .

, val county, and that :: piisoo! \. 4 + v, ... Ii ...
:destroyed/by fire on Thuri- AnswerJTha flage was too small for oitLel'tl t ie';rams a/tbe") Hon'. :A. :

> appbintment. The, as wo learn fria* The BaVjler timer amount of meo, and "afiej) the weath. W Biisp'Tow, the celebrated Negro; Stephens !hi expected !In Washington'"..thisI '
\ jii't matt could tist'Le ti ". in f : I .
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Benj. F, Butler has just closed npgotin- -.
lion for valuable mill property on the NEW YORK.MARKETS.

James river, near RI.hmondlntending to NEW YORK, March 8.-Cotton Is steady; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
erect extensive cotton factories. sales! to-day 1,500 bales, at C4c ---......- 'J A VE NOW LV Sr 'RE ;a

Gold quoted at 133 0-8.

Utica A shocking, N. Y,, :on murder Tuesday was committed evening, by near a though("These we are feel the almost flguei certain In oui; despatch they ANOTHER OARGO.A.RRJVED ,. LARGEST STOCK ,The Largest ami ,.Uandsonicst( : i

]party of five dissolute young!: men, all of .
whom are under arrest. Telegraph) 111 the State of Georgia..TkIivGs. .

A '. A man named Howling and! six of his TAX ON COTTON.AND INCOMES. -. ASSORTMENT OF. r
-- --'- '
confederates, all httrse thieve, were 'recently WAsim-OTox, Feb.'28.-The Ways and -: : 1 .

executed neap Snllillo, Miss., bv a Means Committee have agreed to reporta MIID1t INV::' Chemicals,
arty composed of the best citizens :bill providh'g for 1tax of live cents .LF Patent; Merllclncs and l'ori'umel'loo.'fruBoeo DRY GOODS
SurgIcal Instruments, Djo Studs,
I A new Iron bridge over the Tennessee per pound on cotton, find allowing a Flavoring Extracts, &0., &o. I
liver will shortly be put up at Decatur.It .- drawback on manufactured goods expor I Solo Agent for Ilolmbold's. Extract of Hnohu
will be one of the- finest structures of ted. Also a bill exempting from tax all and Harsnpnrllln, Arer's I'reparntloim, .Taync'ii
the kind in the South, costing nearly incomes under $1,000, and taxing nil : rropnratluim rirpiirntlotm,, Hoolliind'B.. .German Doininiro BltlornClock's Bitters and EVER OFFERED'FOR SALE1N FLORIDA I

$20.000. above that sum the! nniform rate of five Hair Rooloror,1'hom"oo'l and l'lmlon'9 hair 'I', I
per cent McKIBBIN\' & ALLEN I'repinUioiiB mill Totkf Articles,Woll's Strengthening '
Col. Richard Whitaker. 'brother ofMaj. 1'llIolorol\lId" nil other Putout ModicluoH before !
the trade .
Gen. Whitaker, and lato of the TilE LOAN BILL. r

Sixth Kentucky Infantry, committed suicide Secretary McCnlloch, is exceedingly ALSO, Consisting in part of ,1
on Saturday last at
Shelbyville, anxious in his l loan bill '
regard 19 now bo- .
Ky. by his throat lie 26yeaI' ( Brown and
cutting was Bleached
: Muslins
of fore Congress. In a letter to 'a certain TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 'rho unit: I'xt'ousivu and oompltto stuck uf 1
distinguished! gentleman to-day, he says

,Benj. V. McKennn, the !allcgpd!: special that if the bill is not passed it is doubtful PAINTS Jaconet, ,1

agent of the Chilian Government in the If the credit of tae: Government can be ,

'"f purchase the Meteor was indicted by maintained, and expresses fears that its ',(I AVi: JUST::; RECEIVED Oils] Vurnlsln'fl, French Zinc, Colors, Artliiln' Cambric and
the Grand Jury of the United States, and< defeat will occasion a financial collapse.! nnd I'ulntcr' MuturlulR to be found In nuy ncn- \
arrested by Marshal Murray\ on Tuesday. -...:.. tIm of thu Boutli, and lit prices whloh ..UBO'I
/' Some attacked n white boy '
negroes .
named John Casey, at Memphis, on NEW YORK PRESIDENT., Feb. 28.: -The Tribune's VIA ST MARKS: GLASS. 'I ... .

Ihmsday last, when he drew a pistol and Washington special says: The President, Canton FlaoueTickings ,

killed a negro named Bob Gil. The .cor- was called upon last night by a Congressman Every variety of (51a ., French and Uonu.iii:
oner's jury gave in a verdict "on colored and a State Senator, both from N. Plnte, Stulneil., Cut ,and 1 SkyLIght Uhsiilngla ,
evidence entirely," that the shooting was Y. In the course of conversation the A 'LARGE VOICE ol' ond) double thlcknues. i 1

justifiable. President said that the test oath was a Blankets( .
V, ---- little Aevel'Pj; that many of those who had Pure Frencli Brandies; '.,.
MISTAKES-QEOORAPIIICAL AND POLIT participated in the rebellion were, good "
ICAL.-A Northern journal exhibits: sev men represent\ the, :Southern:: States in HARDWARE Cloths and ";

I'rall'lIther amusing historical inaccuracies Congress, and that the test oath ought Wines and Whiskies,
wbich the cnmpileis of the "Briti-h not to be applieJ to them lie added Cassiheres.Ladies' ,
Almanac and Companion"[ a standard that a mere, oath to Support the Constitn For .Modlc'nnl' piirpoat's;; and a largo supply of
work of statistics and facts, fell into, iu: tion was all that was necessary, for a man other Liquors for general' use. J
making up their volumne for 180(5( Under that would take that oathvas n loyal ',
date of December 21, 1864, it : 1
says maim DEYGOODSLIQUORS Bruch, Toucher & Co.'s '
"General Sherman, with a Federal army --.- Dress Goods \
, after having!: marched, without obstruction A Slight 11icftlht CFI.A.MPAGNES.Solo ;

from! Alabami, in Georgia, to A good joke i Ii told on on,". of the ,
' Savannah, ill.Yo/tI, Carolina, takes pos- Brooklyn Brljjatiipis. ]itlgnrlierlenetnl!: : Agents of the only limo Imported brands French! Meriiios, I
that wilhoul resistance In the vizCarlo ])'0r, Lao D'OrllIlll
Hesinn of city, any country, :
in HIP
8 t-tationpd'ill
: -, early: war was
all coni.olsseurs
Bllery,pronounced by superior
Hai'dpf the
being mad Geneial commander -
" j North Carolina with a brigade under him, to any heretofore in use
of the Conirdeiale army, let real- English Merinos
awl as hn was one of these mushroom ''
ins, as nut bring!: Ktrong enough to con commAlHlers whom the s' revs of civil war Special 'Agent for the .\mcr-1J1II1 Vlnto! Coil-
iw insM'fcsion." *.5 and \ stock of their celebrated C'llijrulu (
test, [ had culled up iroiji cvilliflA; !: nrtniallypnoimh pall), .brands logo constantly on hlln<1. Alpacas
Under date of July! 7, 18C3, it says : entrusted the routine of duly anti, ,

"Mr_. Snriatt: Messis. Pal'lIeIzeroth the rlrlll'ng,,! of the men 10 a major, de.I woo ttoc. c&JO. dbo. My special arrangements with ilAnufactmcrs I

and Harold!, were hung ai Xrio York, after I tailed for that( 11I1I'p"'P. One day S-'s nnd importers of tho it'orth, and In Europe,warrant French "and English Poplins
mo In not only gum"at.teeltig! the nbsuluto .
1 tiial before a court martial lasting superior in command made an inspection, i
.. It Purity and Gonulnuni'ss of mv entire stock, but
for many days, as guilty accomplices: amconspiiator.s a ftr+t' which ]he bluntly told the brigadier March I, lS0 J. if also nnablo me to sell any of the above mentioned Poil clo Clieevors '
l with Booth' in the munler oC that the miter were flit t, snfllcirntly! up in lines of goods at tlrsi' cost prices-In' some I i
tactics and manual. S-- srnimonedthe lines even less than transportation. I
the late President
What makes these blunders the more iiipjur. qiiPhtioi.ed' htm, and hinted that he An examination of my prices will siibUlnthcsa Plain and :Fancy .,.

n< ticealilp) is Mint lily publication is the was not doing!: his duty, and filially, as a statements, In every particular. '*
KiinlMi; "V oar linok of I Informntioii." alld lest question, if in the event of a fight the For New Orleans AIV] 001
is published, under! the veiy high! author hrlandp! should' capture a number [fin isOIIPIS FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
I'v of "'f he Society fur the Diffusion, of what he should do with them 1 l
I Uusclulliuuwtedge-Rie/unnnd"itlity., The major replied to the effect that he .Delaines
.. should I get them.ln the rear, and, if p>.... THE STEAMER W. M WALSII, {

TltB PRCdlDEM! FOR TUB SOUTII.1 .- bible, to'ashimign n. "There you o.'pall American Delaines
wrong.! This book," lundifta!: him Scotl'sInfamiy S. E.Cor. Barnarct.\ ISroujrlilou Sts,
POLLARD whose (I the Klchiniitid aih
\ II'E8 \paper
tTactics, says'"ilmt piisone's"
Examiner) was suppressed by order should l he pKiced fifty pares on I lie I tight .Ji \ SAVANNAH, GEO. Fancy Silks, '

of Lieut. ,Gel>. GHANT, in restftiiirf: -in front." '1 lie Maj"f j>lnll'btelagaiIlAt ,

this, and finally urged Inhis gnpeiior( .''ot. ...1':"....'.: '. fob ISOO-tf In-great
the pfili'lic.ition! : of that journal, says oC .". '..'''.'.'.. variety
look the volnnip to his qrarteis' to rend.The GUERAED
the President' : I needing: JOHN M ,
next he 111"the general, J. L. SMALLWOOD 'VV"iii'tor Sha wits
To his kind and cor.hideiate' bearing!:, and! Mated that nowhere in I the volume ,

anti to his dense of justice, 1 feel that could, IIH find it laid down that prisoners 'GEOKGE VV. GIFT, MASTER;: Attorney at Law, AT ALL PRICES. ,

1 owe the i-pstoialion of my paper. With should bp placed uu the tight. The gen
ply between tho
regularly .
oiitaiU'inpiitia' lo enter lit to llie detailsof eial impatiently' seized upon the volume, WILL 01 ST. MARKS and tho above Port, 175 Bay Street,

> my inlet view, I may say with propriety and !pounced, upon H pas>>age which he 'Touching at AplLlo.c1 cola. SAV NNAII, GEORGIA.
that enuiish tianspiied I to convince read to himself, and then looked up with 1m 'I
me that the ]President is the true friend a puzzled! air, ejaculating! "Oh h-1, i its For Freight or further particular, apply toMcKIBBIN yriiary24,1866. _' Cloths and Cnssiineicsiy

nt the Suit iii, and, that, it is the dUly ot pioneets h'' The major turned! ou hisheel Tallahassee, Feb 27,1866 & ALLE tf WILLARD'S "

'tit.r people, as it shall be our pleasure in reflecting that \pioneers did really _

the tubule, to extend to him a cordial and belong!: where the general had placed ,M DOYLE .& GO LIVERY STABLES GREAT VARIETY j
generous support. I them.-V. Y. Era

ATTACK ox FRED. DOUGLASS ix BAL The Havana people were suip'ised SUCCESSORS TO J.tS. DOYLE:, .

TIMOBB,-Fredeiick Douglass, In a letter ,, when (they saw lIl'. Seward, on leaving,' HACKS are alway.' In rendlucca, to convey ROOTS; .\;\D SHOESHARDWARE / '
to a friend; in Hubokeii, states that: passIng shake hands with the black coachman ( irrlvlnc on the Kiillrouil Inuns,
Corner and Whitaker T1'AIlOOCItEH to which
Bay Sts to CUA or any point
of native friend who had
: though Baltimore ]last Sunday night, and footmen a they may desire' to go.
011 his way to the railroad: station, he was altended him during. his stay in that city. TUEO. WH.LAIW. ,

recognized, followed.'and family set upon SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. .!Fclirnai-y" 2'2, ISiiO., ___tw 1\
by three assassins one hulling a brick When a broker loses all! his money he', FOR SALE. CROCKERY !
and another aiming a pistol at him. The is dead broke ; but when he dies he is ,
brick was honed( with great and dead broker. WHOLESALE rpnE subscriber has for! sale .cI'Nnllurlllred \
I enel'gYr GROCERS X bushels\ of '
Tin Ware &c. tfcc.
grazed his light knee, but the fail ,

. ed to go off. Friends who accompanied Royal Petit Gulf Cotton Seed,
fr him to the elation called the "watch" as 3nv 1 ht2xti. fmtn1 asa DB1LEUB IXPROVISIONS
soon'as the pistol was drawn, whrieupon' > of a very prolific speelon. Also,several hundred) I
assassins disappeared( the darkne.s..V. bushels of tong Staple Cotton HoPI!;
the Apply to K. HOUSTOIL.Y. an.qOER.IESFLOUH.: :! : :
e on l'IIIlIllIlroli. :!
SBOBETARY SEWARD AND TUB PBESI- PRISON, RALEIGH, N. C.l I andiDoniestic February 22, 18Ct). 2w ,
February lad, 1800, \ Foreign LiquorsWOODFiN
NEW YORK Feb. 2(3ill( -A dis- BLACKSMITHINC !
DENT.- subscriber, In order to raise I SUC AH
patch from Washington to 9 ino'-ning p i- THE to conduct his defence, II '-. ', ;
nfters for sate, at a bnrgnln' all bin" WAIF: ,
per says the following dispatch has been ell'ects., Heal and Personal, viz : ;g H. B. FITTS & CO. ,( TOBACCO &c.&c.Powder ,
A Uwelllng House and Lot and ,
from Secretary ); now prepared to execute every descrip--
received in Warhington
OOlue and Lot, advantageously situated in the AUK
town of Qulncy. 'WKAPWXG PAPER '
'Seward : A Buggy, and\ set of Double Harness, together BLACKSMITHING 3 Shot and Percussion \
YORK Feb.23Itlsallljghtandaafe. with articles which will be made
NEW known
many low
In the best manner and as as
The President's speech is triumphant on application, Including Medicines, Books, and ... &0,'&c. &c. thecobtof matcrllll, &0", will admit' lit. t'liey. ;i: Caps..,"
. and the country will be happy. Surgical tune ,ccllr"d'Lbo services ol some or the ,
Apply to Dr. O. A. GEE, my Agent and Attorney *.
robbery JOAN II. GEE. 01 '
A few nights ago a daring
J3T Afirch 8, 1866-2t 611 4, rAGENTS Those who may fnvor us 11th| their patronage; : '
was 'comnlltted 'In Greenville, Tenn. will l he guaranteed' entire tiilisfrintlon.KBeho Wines & Liquors ;
nearly opposite the Post OlDce. a ,
Major P. II. Butler, a lawyer from Ash- JULIAN BETTON ; FOR Feb. 3,1388-lf .
both ". -;- !
vine was attacked and shot twice- DX1LGII IX ,
I balls of the pistol passing) through his T* ,*-'&':Xj OH': J3 NOTICE.ALEXAKOEK The largest Stock in tho S atoCOSSIJ1'1XG ,
Boots Shoes and Leather OAL.LIEversus J
bat In attempting to defend himself, he >Attachment. '
received a blow on the head which pros- TALLAHASSEE FLA. > Celebrated AlbanyIMPERIAL : ,
: Amount sworn to, g8
trated him" and was robbed of $215. defendant and all others Interested are WHISKY, nRA DY, GIN, CHAMPAGNE
First Door North'of Slate Bank. IMIE bx notified of Jhe ouinmenoeinent cf the PORT SHERRY AND
MCDONALD CLARK, known a* the "mad. above suit, and to appear before'mo In the city of
died in the lunatic asylum on Black- March 6, 1866. 3m Tallahassee Leon county Florida, on tho second CLARET WINES, COCKTAIL -
poet, Monday June, 1866, plead lo the same, or
It well's bland, New York, a few days ago. DREAM ALE.. Judzuieril wilt be given by default. AND STOMACHBITTERS

lie wrote the oft-quoted lines: NOTICE. O. H..F1SnER &c., &c.
'DAYS after the first ublioallon of Savannah, Ga., Feb. 24, 1868. ., Im- Justice of the Pence.February .
; "t:' w twilight lets her ourtala dawn, THIRTY -, will apply to the Honorable _. : 16, 1860. fobl7-ow3m pgThe merchants of Florida are respectfully
Aud plus "U with a IIM.I ." O. M. T. Brinspn, Judge of ..Probate of Madison NOTICE. ND requested' to examine our *'*,oo'
t1.r county, Florida, for an order to sell the one-half PLOUGHS beforl deciding to purchase, In K\\ Yor1
About ttoo' since a resident of of the e.tate..t John W. Uolleyman, de- .
I years Interest MONTHS after the Drat.publication. ; woill
tIG, Cast St. Louis was' dratted, and a friend ce..odlu the following Town Lots In the town of SIX notice, I will present my Accounts nodVouobers. PLOUGH IRAN as duplicate all bills at Now Y'K
'. tobS his place in the ranks. Madison, State and county aforesaid, viz: Lots as Administrator of' the cstafn of prices, thereby saving! them time : .
very kindly ) 73 74, 77, 78, In leoUnol1LoI'\ 8i, 88, In section Redden W. Parramoro, Into of Madison county fl'ekb '
Six months since the drafted matt died 12 Lots 123, 12- 124, '28. 1:9. In beotion 10 and florida, -deceased, to the Honorable Judge'o}! 10, 11, 60 and 80 Ploughs; I., "
and two weeks ago ,the widow took her a feet' In. width OD the north side of Lot 128.Iu Probate uf-M dwon count ,- Florida, and apply' NOS. \ 8 Inch Oust Half Bhovoldo.-: Fe' J'oaitircly no goofs told at ret"
husband'a substitute in the array, as sub beaten t9. HOLLEYMAN for legal dischargu from further administration 8 Inch wide Iron UcU.ibtdnIen..
A. T.: said st.te.f for tale at
stitute for her husband, in her arms and Adnj'r Estate ot J. '\". Uo'leymin! !,,!c'd.. upou f:. AtEXANPEIC BMITII. P. B. JIEGJXJJISS:: & CWB..
a'DtfOI1'; Bully for bar I t lf&ci> e, !*'<. i )61V-& )luck e J8S* 1.W!.ut i r lrusiy: .'/, IMS. if [)oc. 15';, W5-tf
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r cittifci t.:I Another. of 'flpn nailer's Decis Brlgbam >Toun and lib FaEUft; ';

h l tit1n ions. The polygamous- community" Ml) RETAIt STORE. .

The New' Oi'loans Salt Lake is beginning to attract the
i Picayune says ._____... .
earnest attention of Congress. ---- ,
'W". A. there seems to be a general overhauling
of Gen. ,Butler transactions future weirs an ominous aspect for o

t PUBLISHER. AND, PROPRIETOR. ,whilst in command of this' depart the Saints of Utah Brigliam Youngwill (\i.Q WQ A m S
THURSDAY, MARCH 0. ment. We have already noticed the be obliged to shih'his harem to j

decision rendered by one of the New some secluded Pacific i isle speedily, 0'
or else make his mind to become I I
YOlk courts him up
Divorce Mads: Easy condemning to pay Herman Melville\ in StSPECTFVLLY: INFORM ova FRIENDS: TD.T "WE HAVE
to Samuel Smith & Co., the 'sum of monagamist. WE !. A
People may infer from reading reports with interest and his Tyee and Omoo, describes insular I IWrn@J1rn
$80,000, damages
ofsuch, divorce trials as the costs. Yesterday another of thoGeneral's paradise in the watery wastes of interior .&.llirn i1 ID rnrn J1IIlli S)Le@mj]

StfOfig'caso: that dissolving the marriage Pacific seas, exactly suited to the ,
tio in the stato of New York acts was reviewed by Judge of and his confederate At the Old Stand lii Tallalm*.*", wLers we are prepared supply customers with all kinds p
Leaumont, of the Fifth District Cotort. purpose Young
was no ,easy matter, involving ex saint lie should have thither
It that shortly before Gen. gone Dry Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes
and appears ,
pence, exposure great; uncertain originally,for ho might have known
Butler occupied the city, Mr. L. Tilio! ,
ty. They are mistaken, there is a that if he I his tabernacle d-
the former city Surveyor, was voted, pitched HATS & OAFS CLOTHING HARDWARE CROCKERY AND
and method
short, easy quiet of con abominations in the track of the ads ,
by virtue of a city ordinance, the
Biimating this business, known not that it
vancing tide of civilization, ,
sum of :$4,000(; in consideration of cpr- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, !
the initiated but disci
only to easily rolling towards the regions sunsetf,
tain services rendered tho
\ered by enquiring souls who may corpora he would sooner or later be swept .dt the Xjo-tvos t Onslv Pzrloos: for Ct sli or i iCOTTON"
tion. Gen. Butler, on learning the
be from connubialties
seeking an escape before it. lie should have
facts, and in exercise of the general away i
which have become irksome.-
built its capital in a Pacific i island,
There are lawyers in New York wlio} powers of reviewing and acting upon where far from the Ge-ttilo! nnvlnjr[ otftblUheifft branch of our homo In New York, we are prepared tofarulnh Gutxln of all I
subjects which had been determinedby away kinds, In any quantity) on tbe shortest notice and the most advantageous term '
do business in this line
a thriving ; world, and fanned by the breezes of a
and their business is not a secret one, the de facto city government before could ]have
his arrival here, ordered Mr. percnial spring, he : sported Cash Advances Made,on Cotton Shipped to
they openly advertise that they can with impunity and unmolested. As
Pilie to refund the sum he had received '
sr procure divorces with secrecy and it is he will: bo forced to something, HODCKISS .SCOTT fc CO.
dispatch, and"without fail in all in default of which he condemned for in truth this Mormon nuisance ,
him to the with
cases. A Westorn paper gives an Tortugas should have been abated
long .
ago- NE"'OV' YOJR.n: :
ball and chain. Under this duress
> idea of how things arc managed in Forbearance in the! matter should.gono Tallahassee, Jan. 0, 1865-ly
I Mr. Pilie paid the lie now ,
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same: cases : further. Mormonism is the most
."It is don in this wise : A man sues {the city for the' sum, allegingthat disgusting social pest, which ever PEN. & GEORGIA RAILROAD. Emporium of Varieties.
it was received by Butler for the
in.New York gets tired of his wife, took shelter under Christian
any \
and wishing a divorce, calls on the city.After Government. It is scandal to us'as ;:g wa ...
in that city, and hearing the argument on the
agency arranges a 'nation. True, it buried itself in -tr-
simply the fee he is to All law and facts of the case, Judge WM. P. SLISSER,
pay. what was at the time a wilderness, remote II CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ,
else is left to the IljO'ency. The case I Leaumont rendered his decision from even the frontiers of civ TiLLABASSti, Jan 15, 1860.QN TALLAI-IABSEE: FIA.. t

is sent to an lawyer, I. immediately, deciding that the ilization. The dupes of Mormonism and after this dote, the Trains
who commences prosecution, alleging money was illegally extorted fl'O'oll11': ha\'e shown wonderful degree ( the Penencoht and Georgia Uallroad will Copper* Tin and >
a p run dully as follows:
in the complaint a half dozen sufficient Pilio and rendering judgment againstthe and determination. They EASTWARD. SHEET IRON MA&UFACTURERtIJT; :

causes, not one of which is true; General.! It is proper, says The have energy made the desert blossom like the L.-avo Quincy...............-.... 430 A. y )I j ttEALEtt
Picayune to add that both the law Arrive Rt! nt. 6.30 "
is ,
the case referred to another of the LeAve Tallahassee at................ 7.00 "
same class of lawyers, who reports, yer who prosecuted andthe, judge; rose.Of the ; Arrive nlMidlson at................11.00 "
who decided this all religions imposters Mormon Leave Madison at..................11,ao English, :French and Domes
without hearing a word of evidence, case, were Union prophets ]have been the most Arrh'ed at Lake City at............ S.9. 1' M.
in favor of the divorce ; the court men who have always been vi11n'ar and bare faced. WESTWARD. tic Goods,

it is right"on the record and men and who adhered to' the Fede- < teavol/ City at................. 8.30 ,\. M.Arrive .
sees t.rh"reeznt journey of Speaker RI Madbon at...............12.20 I'. M. Plain W
unsuspectingly confirms the proceedings ral cause throughout the war. this continent and his Lau Madison nt.........!........I.'SO FancyJapanned tel
Golfax across ......
arrive Tallahassee at...... 4 SO "
and decrees the divorce. A the lecture descriptive of his trans-conti Leave TnHnhn<1e'nt.--.......... 600 "
j:5rAraong saved S STOV HEAt 3Afl'
copy of the record is sent to the New: passengers' Arrive ntyuincr(! at ............ ..... 0.20 SeA
from the wreck of the \ ..1L. Carter, nential tour have brought Brigham

York agency;; and the injured husband was: Richard Gano, late a Brigadier Young prominently before the pub Lenvc Tnllnhnifce ST. MARKS nt.......TRAIN.......... 7,30.\. large and linndsome variety at
who has been living at home' General the Confederate lic. The fact of a man living within xirlve ntBt. Marks at.............. 9.IS "
with his 'army.- Leave St Mark at...:...__.........1200 M.\1
unsuspicious informs
cooly He had been through a thousand the limits of the United States, beingthe Arrive at TallivnniseeKt............. l.<5 P. COOKING STOVES,
her that he has procured a divorce hundred KiTHalf boor ulll be ijtvc'ti on the arrll l
husband of
of tho some one
perils and battle-field
and desires her camp of the car at Madison fur liuic-r, going from Combining
to find another and finally was blown up on the W., and eighty wives, more 0le5 is sin and coming this wny. I
home and make ; A line of between Pin1! .rdie!
for the lUapts Jnlnc ( j
way newwife. R. Carter. He was rescued from the gular, to say tlQ least of it. The in and Albany, mid between Muntli-elki and Thom I SHEET IRON,

burning wreck and taken to Vicks- troduction of such an outrageous asvlllo\ will connect with II'".tiilntE .

The above, we believe, is an exceptional burg, where he, at tho last dates, was piece of orientalism into our borders .1 1866-1 f IllJUSTOUX.Jan. trpnidmt.Hodgkiss All -TIGI/T' .

course ; in a majority of cases, in a fair way of recovery. is an instance of effrontery to be dealt 10X .
the proceedings "are confined to the : AND
.0 with summarily, now that our handsare Scott & CO.,

city and divorces are obtained under nn Wednesd "iy, the 3d inst., free. PARLOR COOKING STOVE\ ) I

the laws of the State of New York. Mr. Henry Villard: : a well known It seems that Yoking himself scents COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

When rn'm and wife mutually desirea Gentiles All ttinmipil! a rent and, dninWp ID mine "
journalist, was married to :Miss! HelenE. trouble in the wind. The ,
is easier. NO. 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK. r. 1 hey can i le, hil 'to ,
separation, nothing The Garrison, daughter of William in tho shape of miners for gold and ) pptl: ny art of \ i
application for divorce is made Thos. n. Ilodgltliid: late of Hxin'uelxm Diotkors, the cnnntM' tt"iili ppiftci .afct\ 't-TOYK: I IPIPES
by Lloyd Garrison, the veteran abolition- silver, are getting to ominously Bal tlmore. and ELBOWS coivtiirt'r, (.ji hnn!!.
one ot the parties ; the case sent to a i ist. The ceremony took place at numerous in the vicinity of BrighainYoung's O. W. Scott: ,of firm of O. V?. :Scott:; ft Co,Tallahassee. Outdoor wolk-I'in) Rc (,Pus! Ontleifne ,-

Referee, whose proceedings are private Mr. Garrison's' residence,"in Rosbury, seraglios.! The prophet in. D. H. Poole of firm of Toa'f a Bi.bWU, Lain- : down Pilie.' Oinnnittilftl, house
; the applicant charges infidelity 1 ch bridge, Oa. Heady, Sheet Zinc, Sheet> Liad.JS .
ass: ns tts. Mr. Villard is the limited, .Speaker Colfax that ho \V. O. Porte, of firm of G. TV. Scntt Co., Tal.lahaesse P Shop v nk of '
the defendant every description
returns no answer ; Washington revelation Flu.
correspondent of The might possibly a done on short notice.
the Referee orders a decree of divorce Chicago Tribune and is Such* revelation
a white abolishing polygamy.( a
,and r the Court, without: examination man., > will bo just the, thing in the Speclalllttcntlon. given to the tale of all kinds of Notions.WOODE .

affirms tte decree. As SOUTHERN PRODUCE,
emerO'encwllich is approaching
I the proceedings are kept secret, the j ?"T11e oes in the galleries him ofHousehold I WARE,
Let and
harm. shipment
will \e to\ngh'om} and to the purchase ,
of the United ,
parties escape shame such States Senate the other .
Heaven that such a revelationmay and Plantation Goods
pray ,
charges and admissions should entail, day hissed Senator IJendiicks, of Indiana be speedily to him. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS

or the'danger of having the collusion during a speech he was making Wares, Implements, j Of every description} on hand Call and

I expose.-Brooklyn Daily Eagle. for saying : "The rebellion was Resolutions foC: examine before purchasing> elsewhere.
down Kov. 7.18'JS-rni '
white '
a. put by 1he soldiers of duced into the Legislature of New !
The vaults of the Bank of the country." The blacks are be I
: Jersey on the 22d, favoring negro REFERENCES : and CarriageESTABLISHMENT
Fiance are singularly provided againsttho ginning to "feel their oats.Ve do and l' esidentJobnson's

assaults:: of f robbers. A paragraph not wonder it, however, as they suffrage condemning were voted* down. I Melton Currier & Co., yew York. I

has this description : They are ac- see trat} nearly the whole time of policy, C .1.Bryant L Moore Croon, Griffin Montgomery, Oa. Ala.lA. .... .

cjssible through an iron door which Congress is consumed in their iuter COLFAx?< -'FOR--PREsIDE--Tho Republican B nd;Macon,, Ga.
has three keys, and these keys are est. convention of Porter Bond. G. Whltfleld Demo po Ala. I have Just received a large: at.ort' :4>)
county Slat .1Sank.f Florida, meut ul Goods,cou.Utli g of
fre.ldeut three leading officers. The I An old woman Wm. bally, .
negro in the Richmond county, Illinois, nominated Colfax Talitiha'teo. "
iron staircase which leads' to the i! Va,, market last week, was interrupted for the next President. Tt,.,*Bultlmore.. E. KnmbeHon, Fret. Md.Fire In. Company Fine Gentlemen'Double and and Single Ladlea'! nar Saddles.I', \
vault can be detached and by 11.1 in the sale of some articles i --. Oct. 24-tf Bridles, Collar. and Whims

chemical apparatus a supply of \ she exposed contrary to the market ,tr'.It' is "currently 'reported in l Knddlc: Flndhips Clnths.tihoe of ev ry description
]lygas can be made to permeate ordinance, when highly indignantly commercial .circles"in Europe that PRATORIUS & OLARK, Leather of all kinds,
Travelling "'atchell! and Trunk
part, destroying human life in e\er\1 stowing;(' away her stock she said :=: :Mathew f. :Maury will have 'the Saddle and llarnei.. Hardware,

seconds, while the whole vault ",Wi h Mass Lincum "Kad" clone keep cheif control, of the third attempt to :31ERC1IAXT TAILORS, M'ngon Carriage and Trlmmlnt Buggy Hub., ,

be submerged in. ten minutes.A I his freedom. Its jest like 'conr dfjk )lay life Atlantic 'cable, in'the'-mo ith' TALLAHASSEE' FLORIDA Buggy Buggy l Axle shafts: .,and l Hpokes: Springs and,Rims, .

money, more you get on- it the less of Juno-next. <,
correspondent of ,The Louisville: : h ON HAND '
.: Courier says that the negroes in the jJSTThe t Richmond d yllig thinks KEEP sain. a [largo. .and varied assortment ul

vicinity of Macro, Georgia/ate dyingoff ...; Henry S. Foot" states in his "War that at Jest fifty, thousand young. GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! of Machine every description Belling., ,
'of the Rebellion
with the most frightful Tapi4ity. thatMcff.-Davis ve- mcn_from the"Southern States have Work made to order and Impairing 'done wltb
During the previous week about toed more bills during the short ALSO, dispatch
,, 5,00 pro settled themselves in New York city Agent for Whe'lpr & TVtlion'! and Howe's
have died in that.. i }"alone; out of, a \'isional1"ef/im than all the Presidents to seek -fortunesr .. SEWING ACIII.\pS.: ,
population of p,000. At this fate it of the Unit ''d States ,put to- r Cloths, Tallahamee Pet e.-tf J' E 'uZ*>7SOUTHERIV .

would require! but .four months toy getherfrom'\.Washington: i to Lincoln] By keeping i steadily!<<: drunk'for: one

give cacji'on'of the entire population inclusive, and no attempt to pass a ;year, in i'lisbonri! you ,can bo divorced Cassimcrcs, EXPORTAND

\ an estate of six feet by three in single bill over his bead was ever without fail* Isn't this IJ-"premi. ,

\ fee simple with the Sexton: to put made. um for drunkenness, I "Testings, IMPORT COMPANY.

.,; .,..:\ \ them in possession. A bill is under consideration .
i in. the "What ugly, cirroty-headed little Neck Ties

::1\ \ Married in Chickesaw,county, !Mississippi \ Legislature of Louisiana granting to brat is that, madam f Do you.know rpniS COM PAW V organized' and*i
J G. T.Beauregard and live other !k d. are prepared to make IIberulad\'
the 24th ult.! the Rev persons his name ? '
: ; \ on by :. thos61e Suspenders,
',1. John Brown, Mr. Lorenzo Day to I keep, free from right obstructions to. excavate* and the "\V h'y, yes, that. is, my. youngest Cotton and other Produce
r j Miss Martha Week. mouths of son-11, Ocntlemcn's Hose, &e.Gentiemen'1 .
\ "You ,
Mississipdi riveA 'don't '
I say soindeed'11)? consigned to our Afenta .
r. A i is made, a week is lost>>t. Liverpool. The pies.sot
",, \ Cut time should not complain; I depth of water of eighteen feet is to what a dear, .sweet, Jittlo! dove-eyed. cut and:msdeln fxb- SSntiITIS'vale*of and Cotton'i1'0 In Liverpool'pland Cottbn.f!is from ai 60>d from to 64

.ii. here'Il soon be little Days enough be constantly presorved on the bar. 'cherub']he-is, to be sareW'h lonable style and superior manner.* 11.32 cents for good long Cotton in Gold. ti
Valuable franchise .... ,',-tff Store next to 7.:. B. Tatum'i.Oc We will advance .half1t.
'f., 0 make the week again. "' are granted' to th'p ..".- ,-_,_,- nhi-r24-If s_ equivalent currency.e value In Gold or, itt
corporation thus formed.- at is the most all. solicit orders for
Te'n profitable( rood from the If t reliant.
yam' Fifteen members of the Adinlnlstriitrlx's Notice. and rianton. The.lrlctcM attention raid 10 thesmallest

e't' messegislaturo have: resigned to 5p"U'here is'i i per ;money first,i is business soled before? Tjie jt sjjpe is'finished, for, eveiyr'./,' pair ,nonth after date I wait present my a> and GermonRICUARD order,. .for good from England!: ,'France,

prevent tho radical majority from j mentioned in tho Bible ? When the 1 SIX and voucherS rs the Admlul.tratnzof honorable thee of FLOYD.. Pre.ldprt..
U. White
passing\ ,e franchise bill, by the dove brought the arer4)-back to German labo'rers1a.N"orth Carolina Probateof-tate of L.J.e
want of 8yiorum.. I Ift Noah. I na paid $15 per;...month""., and Jan/nIJGIoo-6m art for.a,(dl !harce.*. E. M. fruIT, AdlA'.x. J.Nov T...ll-3n Biaxnn, Agent, Tallahassee, yia. $'

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