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 10, 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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c hcUld.: Vtthly tntiudI LATEST NEWS BY THE MAILS. [Special Correspondence\ of N. y, Times.] Interesting Will Case-Sketch of A Negro Free Mason Lodge De-
; Between the1 United Madam
Slave Trade Jumel. dared Clandestine.

I II PDDLISnSD EIYEtrTuesdayThursdayandSaturday There was great excitement among States and Cuba. The widow of Aaron Burr, went At the last] annual communication '.

I the Fenians in New York. on the Thu'rsday THOMASTON, GA., Feb 15, 1866. the rounds last summer; immediatelyafter of the Grand Lodge of North Caro- "
I AT TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. of the night suspension, consequence-.of, of the habeas: !'news corpus Reverting to the slave trade between her death. Her :property was' Uti'j the Bon. E.- G;: Reade, Prof. H.(

I -. in Ireland. I the United States and Cuba, worth over a million, and her will H. Smith'and Daniel Coleman/Esq.,

I TERMS.- President O'Maltony issued the to which attention was called in my has made a talk. The Chicago Republican were appointed! a committee t6'invea-. j

order letter of last week, I have to say that says : tigate' e.n& ref' upon 'tbe' subject;
following '
XN AD4ANCICit : : : and The old lady continued to occu whether" Masonic' Lodge I had: been1' t.
For Annum,..............._...............|J ob UKADQ'KS FENIAN B .oTHx\uo'oD, )t while the persons ships engagedin to the time of her death the established in the '
1 :For Six Months............................ 4 00 New York, March 1, 1806. f the business and the ports from py, up city of,Newbenvcomposed :
Hlngle 1 OopUi.I ............................ 10 The hour for action has armed.-i which they sail cannot DO. named same stalely mansion", ; once reckoned of negroes i! 1
: the most elegant in the aristotralic The the resolutionsof
The habeas is suspended iti with positive certainty, the conviction among following are
RATES OF ADVEUTISING, corpus that such a trade is carried on suburbS' of 'New York, in the Committee : ,?t
Ireland. brothers are being arrested which she lived Before hernmarriage Resolved 1. That the' Most Worshipful
Even before ,
over day.
TO IS PAID roR IX ADTIUCX : by hundreds and thrown into grows stronger
there with Burr. From her first husband, Grand Master be requested to1 I :
of the
the close war was
I One square, (12 N'onp.rellllnc.; ,)or le.., for the prison. .
I firtt Insertion......;.................... |1 00 Call together imme good reason to believe the trade was Juirtel, (whose name she resumed after correspond with the Most Worshipful --
Each .ub.egnentlueertlon .........:..... ',!> yourcircles Send all the aid in your carried on at Hilton Head in South her separation from Burr,) she Grand Master of New York, in t
I \ EitiiU and Lugitl Notice to be charged us and in God's name let Carolina, and other Southern ports acquired a great deal of property ; regard to the reported organisation :/:1\

thi same M trannlont ndvortlvnmunti, power once, destination. Aid then in possession of tho'' Federal and the story runs that : when she of a negro Lodge in North Carolina',' \(
i uxoept Notice or Dlmulmlon an AdralnUtrator us start our ,
forces. Tire' late T. Butler King of found that Burr was interfering with and earnestly remonstrate against the
for which the charge shall be.. 18 00ttbttuary brother.. Help for God and Ireland., ,
the n ana ement of it and collecting same.
this who remaine'd in Cuba ,
N"tloo 1 and Tribute of Kc pect JOHN O'MAHOHT. State/ I ,
charged. .an ailvertUemouti. weeks on his return from Europe in the' rents in her name, she gave hima Resolved, 2. That thisGratid Lodge'

WASHINGTON, March 2.-A Senator they winter of 1862-3, I believe, statedto sound beating, and that was the will, and the fraternity in"North Carolina j

THE SENTINEL" 'elect from one of the seceded) a fricftd of hi, and mine that sc.eral cause .of their separation. They had are instructed tv regard!all such

States, in an interview with Secretary of uegroes had been no' legitimate children, but she had Lodges as clandestine, and th'e

It the time.on'y! week paper In,and Florldii therefore that l I.rd.publUhcdthree IU! nub- Stanton to-day, entreated that the landed cargoes! there fr&W points on the two nephews and two nieces the offspring hers thereof as suspicions.Respectfully mom'I'I

crlberithe readiest meani of obtaining tho latest Frcedmtns' Bureau might be contin- Southern coast in- the occupancy of of her sister;the late Mrs.: submitted, ;

new by telegraph! and mal:., and full re. ued in his State and stated if the the United :States; army, and that Mary Jones, to whom it was' generally E. G. READS I

'porn nf the Sew York and Southern Marked. Government
1 It will also give full repor\ a of the proceeding! foster the loyal sentiment, it must daily when he left the island. These fortune would descend. DAN'L COLEMAN,.
of the Ltvlntalure. The HentlnelU furnUhod to enla military force there. For several before her death Committee.St .
I> strong from Hilton years
subscriber. at the loweit living rates.JOU cargoes came chiefly intercourse __... (
-- In thc Supreme Court today Mr. Head, whither large numbers negroes she had little with these
E. 'A. Stansberry, Receiver of Morris bad flocked from the rice plantations members of her. family. The only PIUN''INO.I Field and Inland Insurance Company from whom she sought advice
/ and sea islands along the persons The war Used up the farm'stotk; ofthe
connexion with the Sentinel, we have a iu'pnrlor appointed by Judge Miller, of coast. were the Rev.J. Howard Smith, South, and the West and the I
and varied assortment of new .tutitilng fined by Judge Barnardin rector of the ,Episcopal church in
Albany, was The stated in i
Material, and are prol"| ir.d to ctec'ite every de. trade ns was my Northwest are now called upon to"
'.erlpUiMi of work In that limy with nIII., and the sum of 10,000, Mr. Stans- last letter, is conducted in the great- Carmansville- Mr. Nelson Chase, supply the demand which :arises\ with

deipateh. Aim on band. a Hint" nmortment of berry to go to jail till the fine was est possible secrecy and caution. heiI I lawyer; Who was also, rl'pol'tsaid, the revival of peaceful industries.The .-'

Inkt fur printing III .ulor. Orders by mull ore paid. The fine was imposed for an Nevertheless, travelers from the he illegitimate offspring. The Rev. New Albany (Indiana) Jotirnal''
=pres. will receive prompt attention. Ourprl- of Mrs. S. in refusing Mr, Smith was a frequent visitor of
alleged contempt Southwest speak of it as a matter well writes that the number of mules shipped
CM aria* low an the pr'ient high cost of stock to deliver to J. K. Ilatchett, the her house, and ,at times-for she was
understood in that and from that city and Portland to-
TiMtrlil, la Mr and living will admit i.f, and are i
below the Increitoed. rate which rule In other Iluceivr appointed by Judge JJarniwl 1,, which government officials could always:: very eccentric, and more so the South since the 28th day of November -'

'line* of UualncM. the assets of the company. .check if they had the inclination to than ever during hcr'latter yearsitis 1865, exceeds ten thousand-
-- -- --- -- IIADISOYVIS", March 2.-The do s
Wisconsin Legislature, yesterday, of the trade is the present her except through him. made without any abatement1' in num-

t1ftp.Gi i> unt }n11p.. pa::.\ed resolutions to sustain Congresson high price of slaves in the Cuban Her will was executed, ift April', bcrs. DiVritog no previous'seasob for
the Freedmens' Bureau question, market. Letters from Havana placeit 1863: when she was ninety-fcur years the pmt Jen years has the nhinber'
lJ ii it she devised the Churchof
A J. PEELEATTORNEY by a vote of 62 ayes to 32 nays. as high a.s $7,000-a price never () By to shipped exceeded eight thousand.-
the Intercession' of which Mr.
ST. PAUL, MINN., March 1.-The before approached by wild Africans ; tliii' laud 'Jfec rlffe'c'of'mules rules high, and tho
AT LAW Smith ie rector, off which in1 Southern Indiana and iWKxiAtucky
Legislature of Minnesota adjourned and they say significantly, that the supply
todlResolutions of1 for better quality her residence standsycornprUing about : i is being rapidly I diminished.
TALLAHASSEE, FLOBIltA. : were passed sustaining negroes are :
of the most valuable
thirty-two1 acres
Office up Stain over the State Bank. the action of Congress. Resolutions than those heretofore imported. Shipments; thereof, soon begin'to fall
Ilit'Cfftlco "'''H. (runt p.. III. tu1 p. III., and sustaining the Presidentwere In regard to the parties engaged in ground on the upper> part of the island off.: The'shipments of horses since'
'hu,,, 2 tab l of New York, and the sum of
p. In.Qotbbar November have also been
down.. I that theyare very large
voted trade
2* -da the can only repeat
be in .
.' $70,000 to expended buildinga ,
-" Southern The latter -
not men.
new church tl reon. :Mrs.! Chase
EDWIN A. HART, DIN AH ISsi LTED.-A letter from have neither the means nor the opportunity and her daughter, Eliza Jumel Perry, /f2'1 London letter, speaking of

ATTORNEY AT LAW Bristol relates the following rich incident for such nn enterprise. were to have, each, the interest: of the late opening ot Parliament by
connected with the'Frc dr ens' They have neither money nor ships f $1,000 for life. She bequeathed to the Queen, says : It'a generally

MADISON, FLA. Bureau in West Virginia. The wri- and if they had both, the presence of the Rev. Mi' Smith 5,000 ; to' nire remained that the Queen was looting -'

ter says "a few days since a Mr. Hen Federal officers and troops at all the charitable institutions, ($36- exceedingly well-stout and in'
pria'lcv In the Courts of the Middle different
WILL I ", Circuit. ricks;, of Abingdon, was arraigned ports of the South and throughout 500 in the gate.; and to teliceLegal'dare as good spirits as anybody had aright
Febru, 'rv 15, 1804. 47-'f before a brainless court, to answer the country, 'would prevent. Besides the t\ggr niece of her first hus- to1 c'XfJ'Cct.Vilh' her usual
of slander made Southern men do not have she had her black dress-
the charge by ono band The rest of her property tact changed
H WHITNER $2,000.
W. control of the freed people and can- for of dar! fame look f
of his former negroes ; setting the the value of which must have purple so1 a as too

,ATTORNEY AT LAW, damage done to her fair reputation not move them in large bodies from been, somewhere about 8700,000() was like mourning-trimmed mini

\ at ($50,000)) fifty thousand dollars one part of the country to another. to be divided between the aforesaid ver and crape, and wore her favorite I II

MADISON, FLORIDA.WILL The circumstances were these : Mr. Northern men have the money and Smith Chase and his daughter, and I Mary Stuarts head-dress, full of mel-
PHAtiTICE Middle Circuit. Hendricks had kept the negro in his the ships, and naval and military offi- the nine charitable institutions, in ancholy suggestiveness ornamented

,&)oe 23, 1864-tf family since the close of the war by cers on duty in tho South, includingthe shares proportionate to the specific with brilliants, and a small coronetof

paying her tho contract price agreed officers and attaches of the om- made them as above. sapphires! and diamonds. She hadon

To Printers and Publishers. upon. But she soon became 'dis at- nipotent Freedmen's Bureau, have bequests This will is now contested by Mr. also, a diamond necklace and

isfied, and as is characteristic of her the opportunity. Chase and the four heirs at law, William cross (the latter containing a mina-
-:.o:- commenced when --.a of her dead husband ) the } oh-
race, stealing, Mr. Jumel Jones, Stephen Jumel ture ;
having large lot of surplus II. dismissed her and told her his 3TEarly rising gives long days, Jiimel Franchell and i-aoor as a brooch, the of the Order
reasons for so doing. She reportedthe invigorating light in abundance, and Jones, Fl'llncheli-these latter of the Garter, and the Victoria!) : and
insult to her noble old father, healthy cheeks. This beautiful pas and nieces before Albert Order. And so shefared o.- ,
I 1: offer for sale l FOR CASH, the following aril who brought suit before the Freed sage from Bnhc er's Caxtons is worthy me'ntioned the nephews madean ward to the House, amtl} brave mu-

ales at men's Bureau for $50,000 damages. of perpetual remembrance : having apparently with Mr. sic, the ringing of bells, and mode

I .One-half Manufacturers' Prices. The Bureau could not entertain the I was always an early riser.' Happy Chase.amicable They arrangement allege that Madam Ju- rate cheering, and the crowd which, t

.. One WASHINGTON nAND l'RESS.lzeNo. suit, but fined Mr II. fifty dollars to the man who is Every morningday mel was of unsound mind at the time in the words of Hood, had become"a

j X>ne 3In WABIllNOrO good order. HAND PRESS,also No. defray the expenses of said Bureau. comes to him with a virgin'slove the instrument was executed, and current jam, but one that wouldn't .
*2, In exeollont order.0lbi. full of bloom and purity and human
I Who ever heard of such robbery obtained by spread, and mere ,: gravity.
her was
.$ DItEVilCIL.2501b. that signature
.. 1'KIMKR. only in the person of'brute Butler freshness. The youth of nature is the Rev. Mr. Smith through "circum! And overhead, except when obscur

400 lb. 8MALI. WOA.UfonteJDHTVPK.. Officers paid by the Government at stay contagious, like the gladness of a happy vention, fraud, undue influences and cd by light fleecy clouds, then wnbbono ''i

SOfonuDHPLAV; TYPK. ted and fixed salaries, to thus :extort child. I doubt if any man cano The issues and questionsof > gloriously.. ( |
'OUASKB.SIIE. !!, UULE8, LEADS, F0HJUTUUt called "old" as ]long as he is an coercion. "
," :, and In fact everything neeouryla money from the people,is a monstros- fact arising on the pleadings were .
I-II..Dllllel getting, out!. a paper twice the sire of the ity without a precedent only as above early riser and an early walker. And submitted to Judge Clerke, of the Baron Rothschild has been swim I

W A. BUODER, indicated. Save us from this Bureau. youth 1-take my word for it-youth Court of New York, in dled. A few weeks ago, says English I

proprietor" Florida Sentinel. ... in dressing gown and slippers, dawd I Supreme chambers, on the 7th inst., and tho j journal), a venerable and decrer'I

: ling over breakfast at noon, is a very be tried in it old man offered to sell him a splendid
a P. 'B. :BROKAW'S A robust countryman, meeting a decrcpid,ghastly image of the youth case will probably Aprilor .
physician ran, to hide behind a wall ; which the blush the May. A number of the most emi service of old chinatwelvopiatesonlyfor
sees sun over
! LIYERY SALE the ho It of1 New York are engaged an nnnm'ty of ot4S. The
AND being cause replied : mountains and the dews sparkle upon, nent lawyers
is so long since I have been sick thatI hedgerows. 'as coUpBfcl J. and the trial, owingto' man looked.. so'old and *o near his ends.

am ashamed to ]bolt a physicianinthe blossoming, tb'e' magnitude of the interests involved that the baroivconb'ent d ; but wheir
'Stables, ftfi.- face.TUK the peculiar character and tee month hud elapsed; instead of his
The Jacksonville (Florida)
.... the history .ot the testatrix, and the Venerable friend t.pruce( vigorous
Times says it reported, that there fellow of about thirty claimed,
ofthe in dispute
delicate nature questions -
The ,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. CATTLE Dl8E.ur; -- cat. are not l less than' t wx or seven white I the '1 he baron stood; aghast
to be of extraordinary annuity.
promises one :
; ALSO- '. tlo disease, similar to that prevailingin women living with colored soldiers I interest. \Vhy. YOU seemed a century old 'a

( Europe,' is said to have broken out and other colored men in that city. | i i i month ago :" "Yes, M. lo Baron,but
1 CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS in Mongomery county, 'Penn., and I 1m
How long did Cain }bate his broth: I see assistance' renewed
number of cattlo ba'edied The Queen of Spain gayo birth toa you your
"1 AND HARNESS FOR SALE that a of Urge it since the spring of 1865. son on the 24th of January: I er As long as he wits -.\bel. niv: lease of life!l"

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-- :" I '"Cutler the Banner 'of the tic frccdinrns'< HcHef,'Association Trial of I7Iijor ,lolsit_II. Gee. plnce; where the wood could,; bo rut, and '-t ,

ti.1tdl t bict President." I.'T in Florida. Finn ; ,of : GEE'tiinl! I fl1t(>rwdrd did! cut It l1e; 'e. The mentor
!! ., .: \ thereport! .Mnjor thE: detail ;>were from Vol:JIokp'lI ,

It is now manifest that hot only the I jj The Nftlicrml Ficeilmrns1 Relief As'oj before the :Military (Jommitsfon At! : cnmmall The lonimnndet1 Df my batinlioti -

1 : majority I of the' American people[ but j elation, has recently made: .ft Report by e'gh, N, C., 11'8 lake tho following! I Maj 1 reeman told mile I :v\at wanted

i, TAT.TyA1TA'sS7i1i* rrSATUI I even (he great body of the Republican which"iE appears that the Association has: mony from the RaleIgh Standard'of February at M.ij Gee's office, and on /going
thet 1 e; Lieut. Stockton told nio, I was detailed
I with the President and 'will"rally 12 teachers and 700 pupils in the Districtof 27th and 28th i ,;. ui.
: | paty goss : tf> go: witli. men to ihu (wood, and
S DAY,1dARC13t10,188AAgeut under his banner support'of th.o: .Columbia j 4 teachers and 138:: pupils L. Lyerly was exited and examined: : must iepoit to Carlt. Goodmin. fur -
.. .. .... l r ; !policy"of reconstruction 'and justice to I Maryland f'39 Itnclll'iS and 2,291 pupils Reived under Gil, hs,- McKoy-,- Alex; .. **,*
for The Sentinel.Mr. the South. 'The ultra Radical cans I in Virginia ; 44 trackers and 2COO Gilmer, Galloway and Fuqua, prior .to I The Senior commander at thc' time the
I I :Major Gee's coming! to Salisbury !, federal piisoncn' were there, was first
D. JI. WILSOJT at Quincy\ cannot restrain, the utterance of their 1 im' fmijils!J fn' North, Carolina ; 65 teachers! 1 don'f know who Lad command. fur: Celonel l Hinton; lie! was reheve.d\ ,by1.* Cot.

'Mr1!: THOMAS JESKISS, at Madhon. potent rage in view of the recent cponta- 1 and 3,300 pupils in, .South Carolina \two. ther than Major Gee i reported to General H.>!ke-: -then Gen Johnston cnme ;and assumed

Messrs. Dn.KW &. Oaxt rv, Jacksonville. I neons movements of the people 'Tht'Chlea'g teachers arulk101; pupils in Oeo1'21a-22;. Gatdner. A weekly report was sent him the command don't know howMa -

.. Col. D' J.jTATLon a' Fernandina.. Tribuse'sayst"it ,IsYuily t<'order= tenclieis and'fs o pupils in 'Florida ; one at Richmond..( a poition of 'thd time. ). Gee got details of Hoop's: 'Lieut.
'" Il stated the :number pfestnt,.Lumber Stockton told me I was detailed to'take
' :MHJ.'F. C. BARRETT, at Gainesville. ful to notice the alacrity with which all teacher ind 60 pupils in Louisiana. The sick in the hospital and the'! other different charge of the squad .to cut '\Oood-I

'Mr. C. E. Jonsso,lit Montice'Ilo.'! the traitors,.copperheads and admirers of AssocAijou 'operates exclusively': / the: classes of prisoners, alto! how. many don't know that he had power to detail

'. Mr. ',V" L. STBOMAS, at t'utre'! \\1le. Jeff.: Davis, North and South, are hasten- I Atlantic Seaboard ,StatesIn convicts and how many prisoners of war. troops. I have heard the political pi No-
No such made tho anthoii- tiers complain of hunger: I kno c of no or-
Savannah Ga. Florida the Association ban report was !
at under the banner schools
Mr. JOHN A. GRCBB al'taythemselves; ,
ties before Gee 'eis to !impiessfood'for the .
it was made by :Maj. : prison-Msj.
-- -- ,- Of A DBEW JOHSSON." al Fernandmal'St.' ,\ Jackson Gee the ration
Q. State how Maj.' Gee acted whilein signed retains for toy

I Notice.-'Durlng the absence of tba'iindertltcned Not the "traitors and copperheads"oldne ville, Tallahassee Lake City and Gaines command to provide for prisoners/ &c. company while\ we WPIC detailed under lint

: tho bnslncffl' o( the Sentinel Offlco will\ but the very magnates or'the Republican ville. TIre .Euperi endellt of Educatton A. He made efforts to provide rationsfor -these ration returns"\\eie blanks and

,, be conducted by Mr. ,J. M.. DOTI, Editor in party,' with Vfm. II. Seward at reports that in this State most of the colored them ; he senl me to convey orders to were filled out by the Captnii, for so
huny up the rations ; he said except he much bacon, so,n.uch flour rice or oilier
'chargo.... VTSI. A. SIIOI3ER.s the head, and including Thurlow Weed, people have been lemoved from the could get rations, he could not keep the .liing, and then taken to Major Gee for

TaHatiiiMoe] ',) Feb. 10, 1565.. Senator Doollttle, Gov. Cox, of Ohio, Gov. abandoned lands they bad occupied prisoners flora breaking out. He complained his signatuie-did not always get what .

> Dennison, Raymond, Henry Ward Beecher since last Juue, and that they have been to Maj. Moffit Q. M./of prlsonets' the'return called for, because it was not
about the wood for prisoners, and also at the Commissary as. the Commissary .
Senator Dixon &C.-6. rally- in a very unsettled condition. The build
W'Tl .latest New York papers of ; are about tents-and asked him to hurry tip toll: me-this was the case two or three

all sorts'can bu' purchased at the_ Post- ing to the support of a President who has ings held by the Government during the and get tents. Had heard Maj. Gee talk lime under Maj. Ge<.-the' fhoi leyimount ..

risen' superior all party ties or obligations war are. mostly in the hands ,of their to the officer! of the day about water, and of flour I remember was about i r

II Office. Ad has dared to do right in defence former owners, and it has been found toll him to let the squads I!'> to ihe creek. lb. flour t Ib. meat if we got Silent, if
'.0 He seized upon some wood and took it nut, about pint molas"es-my lecollection -
g' Auiong the anivals at the "City of a large portion of his oppressed' tnd per- reify difficult proem either rooms for tothe prisoo-don't know whether for bacon and soigliuti! were i,supd'almtit
secuted At blow he ha* teachers or suitable places for .cl1 I'I.- piisoneis number of '
Hotel'' we notice :Maj. r. C. BAERBTT, the countrymen. one or guard. Major MofBt threatened ( an equal dajs in the
l.t broken up and.scatteied! the Republican Unfortunately, (the Supeiintendent sass) to prefer charges against him next month ; .uheii we got cue we did not get
distinguished! representative from Alachna morning raying that Gee Lad the otfi,"r-when either of these i .
'. organization and carried its leaders with I the citizens do not app-eciate the Maj. : no wete 11Mied
county: : light to seize the wood. we had bait and nee, wllli either!
him to maintain the policy of leconstiuc- work of educating fieedruen-decidedly ; < He ordered flour meal
CO". the officer of (the dAY to let or piincipally flour-the I least
lion and secure te). every State the enjoyment n mistake i as the action of the Leaisla-. the squads go for water quantity l issued at any time that lecol-

[(r The Southern Express Company' of her lights ill the Union. Fur I tore and of our people generally, has already While' nt the prison, .Msj. Gee wai indelicate lect, wai Ib.! flour, and i pint eotebum) : ,
will hereafter runs car for Its Express demonstrated. health. I was not at the: prison 01 if bacon/ about qUill ler of a.poutid of, ,

freight;; to., over the Gnlr Railroad from these reasons the independent, patriotic! Wherever at night, and don't know whether he that-sometimos neither\ lice inn kali.-
Savannairto Thomasville, Ga.' men South and North, have united to give tl'e' colored people have a worked at night fur the \elfare of pi ho We had what I in culled ramp-kettles: some

; direction to public affairs and sustain the chance they eagerly aid their t'achel's.- Hers or not He confined himself id hit spiders or !.ltill'ls, about two! sk.illesln,1:
-- Administration of-AsDREW Joiissos. : Tallahassee they ate building a schoolhouse ', duties-was never absent from his post, one cfimn-ketlle for path mess of len men

DK. BEAIE'S UOnAxA.-The ]last exhibition for themselves at Lake; City they except a few minutes at a time, that ,I to cook in.Ve had ,lind these kettles .. ..
will be; the Capitol tonight .I ; know of. I think be was diligent: in the and skillets! two yenis. I don't( k now the
have The Sa*-anna ti and Gulf Jlall- rented an old rebel commissary building, discharge of l his+ duliev V ., amount or Quartei masters stares, at Sil'sluiy } -'

,'and ,those who not seen Itmust road ,ne-opclle(1. ,i put windows into il, bought stoves, and The sumo rations were given to convicts while the piisoneu were there, I

be "on hand." It will be exhibited A train of ran through from Sa incurred other ext enses. Elsewheic" and prisoners of war and political don't know who shot Lieut. DavisI
in Quincy Air three nights; commencingon cars ; II too The lboners. Msj. Gee. unifoimly puke think tin? PPIBOII II'ho shut liiiji! belonged'
Monday.: We bespeak for the proprietor vannab to Thoroasvilla on Monday last they ale pimr. Jltpeiiutendeni!> kindly and courteously to !pii'ionois of to the C8ih Regiment. I don't leinemhpp'
as announced by the Savannah Herald of says that ntleMiou! mti-a be paid.! to build war. I have seen him lend them news- whit dny I aw the body of Lieut. JJ.U'i.s,

of this fine worlc of art the liberal Tuesday and we presume that trains are ing schoolhou-'e-. houses fur teachers, : papers| lo lead. I do not recollect hearing it wnxlii i hi- fnplI'CJn-1, was,riot mi (fill)

patronage 11e,justly. deservei 1 from tho I the ot; grounds already ottrjiied n.ustbe le- ,' : him bay that the tights of pusoueisofwar that day-1 saw' ihe body tioni the pnu-'
now again$ : regularly over
public everywhere.FLOEIDA were sacred and muu be ie pecled pel-ihe dead line at the 1lnc. MK< ,I
.. road We have no doubt that under propar linquished.The I have heard him speak very kindf! i small ditch-the large" duct, 1 spoke ol, I
".j -- management the highest expectationsof :: Superintendent whites: them, but ilon't iecoll"ct the pfact :language was cut after this cI'6'1t-l don't leinember -

RAILROAD.---The JacksonvilleTime the citizens of Savannah and also of "In no case have ti:'e pvop'e shown a :; used. I never heard hlruspeak: that the ofticei had been quartered I

states that Mr. L. D._ STICKS, >'. illmgness to i eider t.s any assistance, unkindly t'i them, except when they misbehaved at any other place in the pi i fun: than the
stockholders will be realized from this
Tax-Commissioner, applied to Judge and the fact will /po into history, as a he would reprimand ihen one I have described ihcnnillieati, coiner. I
great enterprise, in the revival of trade I' shame to the age in which ,,'e li\e, that, Q. Did you address a J letter to Colonel I know thaI the dead !body was
LoYo, of the Suwannee Circuit, for an injunction and business with Southwestern Georgiaand I' nearly half the civilization and Christianity i Holland, in tegatd/:: lo matters connected that of Ljenl. Davis from heating to front

against the Florida railroad, and Floiida.. of this country cherishes deadly with hh trial the officer, and fruit the pnsoneis 1
:asked that he'IobouJd be made its Receiver hatred to the education and elevation: of A. I did. only! know fiom what they told me.

-"on what grounds is not staled. The In allusion to the fact that the Gulf its fieedmeu. Every respectable! amily Q. Did you write In that teller that 1'tie Com adjoutned.Jacksociviltc. J

Road passes' on a range with two.thirds shrinks front the idea of boarding: cur Maj. Gee, while at Sal, bul"\ bad tio con ,

application. was denied. of Florida's Northern boundary, and that teachers as from a pestilence. Not one ina trot of the Quartermaster, Commissary .or Item*. '
.. thousand has the moral Medical Department? ''
ceurage to
i it is *!n important medium of communication We take the'ollow' fiom the Jacksonville
EDITORIAL WITHDRAWAL.-HARRISON I brook the odium which 1I"0dde, visited A. I so H'rutl'. I..rille it on I -

PEED, Esq., 'has i linqushod! his connection tOl.: largo::! area of our Stale even upon them by their neighbors iu such a heard Maj. Dee and the Quartermaster J Tiwin' of .Tbuitday" : :
without the completion of the connectinglink I case. These difficulties are deficiencies say. Upuaidsof) \ five Unhand six bnndipit

with The Jacksonville Times, his at Live Oak, the Herald says, "the mostly in the interior, where schoo's are [The letter slates that :M.ij. Gee, while letters were mailed ui the lust office In

public! duties demanding his attention enterprising citizens of two to be t:;,ened for the first time. By refusing at Salisbury! deplored the condition of the this cur, for the JCoiih, I li)' the uramrrllilrit J
.lsewlere. Sincerely as we regret :'Ifr.TIEED'S one or commercial to beard teachers, and closing all prisoners, but declared that he was' pow- Oetly on Mondai last. ,
towns in Florida, aware of the buildings against schools, it is pofsiblefor eiless to prevent it, a, he had no coniro
withdrawal from
station .
a Wu TrnKiBS + .
commercial tendencies to which,we bare the people to keep us oat altogether.This of the QuartersEasler G'<.mnii( saty, or A: D t Eason-The:
which be is every qualified and which steamer Eolteit Lthr on Friday last
way I
thus Medical The witness .
adverted, are making strenuous efforts to has been effectually rise far Department. ex- I I
ho had filled so creditably we are stiil'pleased Madison and Mouticello." plated, thai be had not staled the same brought "" 111,1' I titer I hat I fP Jut "if I
I counteract: them." Nevertheless it expresses Wild Tuikies! and Yelll'1 t which fmnut .
I bis examination because i.e
to learn that The Times will be --- things oil un-
continued Union I the opinion that "Savannah, from ricricli.} : I (}('rbload that, by the ruling of the Cl'Ul't. a thin I ready tale at great p lies. Suave' of; I
ns a Admini.-tralion 'rlll'kl.If'i ,
papCI' I her superior facilities -transportation he was not dt niilUe any btaiement: of tnemy pounds each, I
A The Yoil and all w piefat slid fine. llievkoldni,
correspondent of New : Gee the
heard or Quaiter-
and shipment, RI*] bar large 'n : things he Mcj. Horn
I capital t$3 to ?5 each
----- Times, writing from Jacksonville, Florida master gay, ,but only .t'/M! he knew of his aveiaglng "I"el"CPUlg 26
furnishing supplies, must obtain tbe larger per }pound
A TistnLr'TION--Cot.. K. I gives a grand view of this State-its I own personal knowledge ] .
share of the products of that section ; The witness was blo\\'n the;! letter find A quantity or'dfjci'} !" oranges 'were .
EIMJIAIL in command of the District of topography, meteorology and salubiity, '
I and on the completion of the branch from I stated it was the one he had written. Il brought down by HIP 2c&ert.Lehr last
Savannah has established quarantine stations La\Tton. to Live Oak will command tbe and concludes bis letter as follows : "In was then offered by the defense" as lesll- week, and were immediately nhsmhed at

at Darien and Brunswick on theN j I conclusion, I must say that I bespeak J for mony before Ihe .Louit, aad the witnescletiied \ eight!! 1'et- hundred. They were

Georgia coast. Vessels coming front the whole. This i III an important feeder to I j i Florida a glorious: future. I predict that. but was not discba'ged.! : ft 1'11I' Smyira; South Floiida, and of the
Itbe Gulf ro, we have had! occasion i I M. C. Davis swom-ia 33 seats (,}.J- richest flavor.
West Indies will be subjected to wealth and happiness .
a rigid peace prosperity,
to demonstrate heretofore and therefore lives in Salisbury, Rowan county I 'as
I I II |
quarantine at those pot ts. 1 he prevalence will be her, lot. Her rich lands will come an officer in tho late Confederate .array, The 34h: Regiment (coloref!) left here

of the dreaded cholera in one or I deeply concerns and interests the trade of I I rapidly under cultivation, and increase stationed at Salisbury and belonged toFreeman's yesterday on board the Cotmofohttin for
the city. For tho early establishment of Char lesion, where! they ore to be paid off .
j valhe battalion-was 3d Lieut.-was
the West tenfold in will be :
more of Indies is probably the ; her noble waters and mustered of teivice .
tun The
this connection we must look to the great Salisbury] in '63-was away I 5 months regiment : -
occasion for this precautionary measul"e. ,I thronged with the appliances of commerce and returned and reruaiued until the prisoners numbers about 800 ben, and at its ..q' I
exertions and the financial
It is supposed that similar orders will acknowledged I ; ,population, such as she'desires, left-ibtumed in the fall! of 18C4, final parade on Tuesday it made a fine r

be issued by the Military Department of abilities of our President :Maj. SCBEVES, will flow steadily into her borders ; cities! before the army prisoners came there I appearance, ,

Florida. and the President of Florida, road, Col. end villages and palatial mansions will recognize the prisoner, John U, Gee-he Mr. Dale, an excellent English) hortieulInialist -

.. a HOUBTOUS, both of whom have a just ap- dot her landscapes) 'j schools and churches' was at Sahsbuiy as commandant of pris late from Wisconsin, has made a
preciation of the value of the mutual in->, location on the east side of the liver, and
W Tifteen Assessors and Collectors and public; institutions will!! be her boast ; on.When unusual squads assembled In the' is l'eparlnj'to'oppn a large 'nuisery and

representing Districts in Georgia, Ala- terests, involved in Its early consumma and a refined society! living in affluenceand prison the orders weie to tell them to dis fruit galdpn. .yp knew Mr. D. in Uu-

bama'Florida, &c.;held a convention or tion. comfort, will gi ace this land of flow- perse-if after three or four times warnIng Cousin and welcome, to this more genial
they refused to obey, the ol'derlwere climate. .
consultation at Atlanta on the 1st instant. lajor Gee ers, encompassed by ocean and gulf.. to compel thorn to obey by the use of the ---_- +.- -, .

They adopted a resolution to memorializo The --.- -.. guns. My instructions'e to order tt7" It is stated that at the ladies' reception
Washington Chronicle' states that
Congress for an increase of compensation ; DISASTROUS FlUB ST. .pcis-On them three dit'erent'times.
AT at the' White
and for a modification ofthe test- Maj. GEE, of Quincy, Fla., Jately irr the night of the 27th uJtimo" four large A1JI know of Maj. Gee's trying to pro the 2Sd ultimo on Friday,

oath 'It was slated that it was impossible charge: of tbe prison at Salisbury, :;. C.> / vide for the comforts of the prisonerswas many of the lights of the .
first-class steamboats at the wharfin
lying old
is charged with various offences jiot what he said to me. Ikn'ewbfiio ipty'or.Washlugt were present..
to' get deputies and assistants who known St. Louis, Mo., were burnt to thewater's real acts, because. I did not know .his buiicess Among the' carriages: before the*door
to civilized warfare '
: can c.1'vill take the oath. such w wh'- edge. The loss including: the ,. '
1I'81'e. a number which bad not stopped ,
I fully and maliciously neglecting priso- damage to freight on the wharf, h estimated At the time I saw the dead body of Lt. there since Mr. Buchanan left .* \if
tiers, resulting\ in tbe death of 1,200 per Davis, I do not know that Maj. Gee was .
ERICAS at three of million
a _
month prohibiting present at the prison. I was not at his --s.-
have before us the: first pumber (new ; from exercising dollars. The safe f the Adams' that '
deeds of ) Express:: quarieis-ibeie was nothing I know W A correspondent of, the Missouri

series) of the The American ,Cotton Planter charity, and upon slight', Company.was on one of the boats which of to lead me to think he was sick. If Democrat, who describes the} final inter

and Soil of thq.South, n sehi-montbly provocation ordering a promiscuous' had just arrived from New Orleans, and the squads dispersed when'ordered., they men t of the remains of the )late .
daughter of prisoneu. ,A specific could nut handily go any where else thanto Pjesid'enttiscois .
.Rural,Magazine,, published at Mofctgom lost. The value of its contents is
was the
of murder is made for the their quarters, as the grounds were says features of *iho der
.ifa. by N, B. Ctor/p, M. D. It is a.bandaome killing of Lt I "
cry, John Davis, 185th N. V. V. not bow: I small. I ceased were scarcely. cernILl .,. the em.
magazine'of.sixteen pages, and Iris My orders were to order them three I balmment seeming to have offered but
probably true that Major GEE is times'to disperse or go to their quarters, I
.couuios much valuable information to "
C11' The mails for the North whichlelt did fire \It tlleMf any, resistance to h'e.f'Ij icroachments
"charged" with all these and then; if they not, to on them. -
ofi'l'ncpsi but '
the planter.. We commend?it .to the far j no Savannah on the had of last December There was no particular number designated of coiruptlon. .1' J Jl
one who knows him '"
!Torable consideration of tbe farming interest believes that he i Is Including ,the Florida mail of December in the order, it was left to the discretion a-l .f-... "

Li this section > Price $<5 a year, in guilty of them or any, of them, and thus 21st, were lost by the wreck of the of the ',uard.; if he thought the squadsso EF The fruit; crop of .and.
far there has been be to break O'"
advance.. '? no evidence whatsoever\ f large HS to likely out, ha ,
..rhoe. produced on the trial, to establish the learner- Constitution.- !, was to disperse them-don't think the tucky will be very small this year the.

"charges" against him. Still ,. -.. stockade could be broken down by large buds having been killed! by the !intense
PBILIF FSAZFB, U. 6. District ,there it 10 '"i 23: ** Tbiee steamer that left Savannah numbers of men merely tinning against it cold. The prospects In New'jeney
felling\ 'what maybe sworn to; before know that Major Gee ,
ofFlorida I complained to
Judge for the Northern District
for ?-ew J last' Saturday, carried little bettor .
Jacksonville. a Military Commission "organized to the Quarteimaste-about wood and told ,
has returned to ; eon. cotton
vict.;. 2,500 bales. of : \: him the wagons were not, doing what .
; : ,
M',, Jw': "' '"'. ; and wished him to make : '
: ---. _' A they ought, arrangements !tv The New Ypik'papers say all. the,
t t t11"' Bri;. Gin \f.: '1>r. > VI1ijtll formerly j jcf :'I !::if Mrs. JiTTZKOy Dtw- has left W Strakosch'tf Italtao: Opera Troure'conlmfllced with someone round there, Cabinet'a'ro DOW. .uoli'edjln'! favor 'of 'the

,tbls city. bus been 'V i,'n3ojjtj. i,by' the j I! the South,)tee' take: up her 'residence in a tories cf intertHiuinents. In so wood that for he the could prison.detail The me'n Quartermaster to g') and cut President and Lis l policy! ,i r Even Stanton,
< j .
I'nsilit'nl ; ('.ua a wi"'h her children.< I Sarano4h oo Monday. said if the ,I'tail118' male Jie !had n has given In Its adhcsinth, y

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". '. TERMS fun ADMISSION IOUUJ- ". MhfIlDIl., .........*.-:.*....../:, #.........'.80 a 32 LARGEST STOCK t :
., OSMKBAL MAItKKt..* I N "'I In* the State of Georgia. ,
:run HOUSE VOTES NORTH CAROL1NA -' Corrected by Alexander Galtie Croeir \ ... .' tiIASSORTMEA

OUT OF THE UNION. Flour, pur bbl.....:...............(14 00a20) 00 O'F
'fA- .r \ __ Buckwheat, per bbl........!....... 18 0020: 00 ,- 'p.e _.- : r1
WASn1:10TON: March 5. The Joniiiiy per buahel.-:.....,*.... 160ft' 200 .Fi RRrVEDl ; ...iAA. .
Commit. Corn Meal................:..._.. 160 a 200 I1ltDllc.n (
;L .tf-I' on R"CoIISI'uclion!i reported a joint Uolloo............................... :as t a 40 ,DRUGS, ; Chemicals. ,
I I lesolutlim. to the House today to admit Fresh Beef..................t' ]2a 18 Medionios and 1'ertumorles.'rrussee D R Y" 'GO 6.D S
Tennessee+ into the Union on certain con-, ihickcn", per pair._............ 50 a Flavoring ExiniclH Hurglonl, &a.Inatruments"Dye, &o .Btufia, ,
{:Kg'i por ozen..r..J !!6 R' 30 -, : d
J 'ditions lo he iftttficd by the Bolo AuoiHfor UalmbnM'i Extract of Ruche
people. Jutter ....
per pound.- 65 ft 75
\ f Among them me ; no pit of the Confed- Uhcuo........:............ .... 40 a 60 t and Snrsaparllln\ itii, .Aror'e St Prepnru'lonn Bitters, Jay.u'sPreparations and ,1"
.r. a Domingo
ei'nte debt to is' paid, and all persons Jwoot: PotatoBB por bunliul........ 60 a 76 Preparations\ ,noo l\nd's German Bittern,Clook'a EVER OFFERED'FOR' SALK IN FLORIDA
Irish Pota out, per b.rrol.h........ 7 00 a
h6 engaged in the rebellion' are not tovote JuloiiB, per barrel-. ................ 7 001.8 00 Hair Restorer1'humpeon'e fInd Toilet Articles and Well's Phalon's lIalrPrep.rullonK ; ,I., '
; or be eligible to office for a certain ilnokorol, pur kit.._,.._........ 3 60 a 6 oa & ALLEN Pliulera and all other Patent, Medicines Htrcngthcnln bo-- } .-\
.' ':Ceiled. This is* the Republican pio.gramme Lnrd,per' pound.................. 25 a SO the trade. >
H to bB Uncoil, per pound.................. 25 a 30 fore j
lJpJieoa. to all the South. ,Whiskey, pur gallon............... 8 60 a 660 e Consisting; in''part of
I em States. Tildes dry.................... ..... 08110.. .., J.LS01 : .
The House by a vote of thirty-seven' Hides, green,........... .......... 04 a 05 'f' t .
01 'I :lIg'1 nst'ooe handled, refused tc| receive a -. TALLAHASSEE. .. ;,rLA.; Th. most extenilv and complete stock of Brown and Reached! Muslins,
cunirauhicntlon from the Governor n.f From The Sa\auimh herald, March 6th. f .fltf?' :;, # .. .
North Carolina enclosing a resolution of Wholesale 1'rlco Current. f ,." ,'IIII1.f':" .. PAINTS Jaconet tt :;

tho Legislature signifying: their ac .ep. CORRECTED WEEKLY' ,,1- .f.".;. 'i ., I

fiance of lands for Agricultural College HAVE: JUST; REU15IJfED .... -:1
Oils, Varnishes, French Zinc, Colors, Artists' Cambric and '
purposes.( The vote .
was taken after the and Painter' Materials to be found In any section
.declaration; Mr. Stevens that ti/o House BiCOX;: ...........:.. 2412 26Bhmilders 1 X or the South, and at prloos which a "
did not recognize North .... .....Ib 17 a 19 . >. ; U.'TIILT ncr coMrKTttioi. Swiss
Carolina:> .as a Hides ..............H\) 18 B :. 21 uo'1 Muslins,
Slate irt the Union.t BEESWAX..................Ib 40 a ST..MARKSA ,
In the Senate a joint ipsolution"vas: BOTTCR, Prime Uoahon..ll 4/1.( f>2 VIA GLASS' fantoD "
Introduced fop Prime \' 43 ft14 I' I IF.vt'ry F :3nne!
piovidin-j the admissi
<>.1 of GIRDLES, Adamantine.....Ib 26 a no f 1 t. tTickin
representatives from the late insurrectionaty L. of Olasn, Frsnob and German 4Blailliets Y
llull 26 ifc 27 variety : .
Stales when they shall have repealed 22.. 23 Plate, St fined. Cut und Sky Light GLass, sinclo I lF,'
all distinctions of civil ijnlus on account Extra 2'1" 00 LAROC INVOICE OF and double Ihlckneo..
: ,
Corns, HI. millL'0.-lb; 29 1ao I :r
of color, and conferred the tight of suf. Ulo..............1 Ib 2S a 31 ,, .
fiage!: upou nil negioeslioltae set 'ed Mva.........:...Ib 42 a 46 PureFrench.. Brandies r '
in the at'my, who can read the constitution t Flail,.Mnukcrul,.No. l.h'f: bb: (0 1 2 a 10 0oNo.2.h'f .J: .'
and \I ho pay tat:!: on real bbt 8 00 a HARDWARE Cloths andCasslnierrs.-
or personal
prop. Ko.l.... kit 2 75 a 3 00
city. It was referred to the Committee KLOCB" ,'GOOd Ohio.......bbl in 00 a ., Wines and Whiskies, -. .A
on I.ecoJstI'11cLIt'n: Good Faintly.....bbl 14 00 a I
Ordinary.........bbl 860 ,,10 00 : ,
OtitN, Corn.-........bu.h 1'JO 11'301 For Nfodln'nni purposes; and a large snrl'ly of //II
NEW YORK MARKETS. 111018, Dry ...............Ib 12.. other Liquors for general u>..
Deer Skin ........Ib
NEW 16 a 20LiaD
March 5.-Cotton iidecHn-!! Prime Loaf.........Ib 20.. 24 Bruch Fouchar & Co.'sCHAMPAGNES.
*I. 'l' i"2--' .Sales] to-day 950' bales at 43 and. 4'lc. Pressed............Ib 21" 11 DRYG'OODSI j Ladies' Dress Goods
Oul<.1.1823.4. LIQUORS, Brandy,! 00 a ,
Jules, Koblu8 Si Uu.g 'ill 860 a : rt,
Holland Gin.....gtl 660 a 6 00 I
PHILADELPHIA COTTON MARKETI'IIrLADELPnIA Whiskey, rectlUu .gul. 2 60 '11 2 70 the French Merinos
I Rule \ A"l. nf only trim Imported
thatch C. Imprrlnl iipctur..iul 3 25 a Cane U'Or, Lac D' ,
-Eight hue MoiiSiis Ci'.Y. In the coiintrv i \1.: i
..'dred bides of cutonete sold at auctions UuldHU llnllnud-Biil Bpul'.glll 75 U6.a. 70 SO Sllery.prmtonnow;, ] by all oonuolfteuM: i at theTollotoing pricey : Good Ordinary NAILS....................Ib 08 1.2 lo any litrotofou la: usu. I i English Merinos i : l
...... ,
O' t 10J cts NAVAL I STORES, Tur bbl'5 00 11000 I
; Middling and Middling Agent for the American VlntoEt Com .
5 'hpta.:; Turp..nbt' 1 00 a J 00 Ppecii
i t r Fair Orleans at 43a4ic ; Middling: -mid\ Pitch .......bbl 660 16 00 )jW\, and u tarot, stock ot their celebrated. Cilifornu I
; Strict Middling Georgia at 41lai5icj&:: ; OILS, 1 no a 1 80Keroidiitt I .' ; brands! constantly on hand I Alpacas,
..... ...... .
21 Kill 1 100 a 105 t '
; pickings, a Uu ... RICE......................Ib 12 a 14 cbo.; Jt3c. c55o.; cflao. Mv special arringomout with Manufacturers !; ;
HALT, Lh..rpuol..uck 1 25 a 1 75 \, and Importers of the North, nod in Europe, war. French and
C2T The few York World any*, con auom.Iiro.............11) 13 a I'V rant inn In not only Kuaranlnrlntf the absolute English'Poplins,
B. Colics ..........Ib 3511312 I'urity and Oonulnunesn of my entire stock, but
". ceining!: Mi'. Sewartl'lpl'ch\ : Crushed ..........Ib 20 a 24 I March 1, 16g6. ., If n'ninnnblo' mo lo sill any of thu I Mi.[ Seward has I' 18 a 40Til boned lines of goods Ht firm cost pi'Iceu-In some ,
mal an able, a reasonable ,LOW...................Ib 12 nTKID ltuesuten lena tliao-triiniinorlatioi.
) and (path lobe /l'l'ch./ lie proves,, Impcriul............Ib tl 40 a 1 HOOoionu
by ui \cepliouable logic, that the R i- .............Ib 100 a 130 will sustain thinet.itcnH'uK IPlaiii and FancyAll
otIJ01lnlltion J
.......... : my prices .
t publican )party ought: u> support PI'o: l. 1'ouehoiiK Ib 126 a 160WoOLBoutberuunwaBli'd In every paillcular.EBESH .

lent Johnson-but h<' i is greatly mistakenin Clun.............M Tli' at 32 a a 38 For New Orleans! Wool I
his expectation thai they will. His GARDEN SEEDS. {

t I t speech Is c.ilcul.ued to do great: good ; -- = .- :: .- 1\
ly not, as he intends' by and Dolaines
uniiiog reconciling '
'<4 but by liiui-eniug!: the division and &tur 3\dl1 XU: fm xenx ,

't (liMuter;>iaiiun of the doomed Republican, J, .. ..J"1 American Detainee
f S, i::, Cor. Uainutd k Broushloii! "ta, I II ,' ,
I.nrty. ;: : '. ,
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A CUTS ROODS.-A fellow calling New Goods! New Goods! (1\ I ',' KAVAKHfAW, GKO. 1 Fancy" Silks,

IJf Jones lived I
ai \ In Atlanta last feb 0, ISBfl-tf
'e seek, ndvutised two concerts by Blind **>*"VJVii'it'ii/i: **""" __-,-__...__ I In great' variety

.' Tom for the benefit of the poor of that NEW GOODS l lt .7. l.. SMALLWOOD, JOHN M GUERARD, I '; TT1tite3; bawb'S.1T

city, sold a number of tickets, pocketed '
GEORGE w, GIFT, MASTEK, Attorney at Law
tl.e money, stole a horse and decanted, .\ LL IKICES.i .
t 'tlTIJ.T, plv horwiftur regularly: botnoen the |I
for parts unknown, leaving: the AttantiunsMf'niM : ITS Kay Street, i
Tort of ST. MARKS:! and the above Port,
their end their le.-- M. A. Dzialynski ----------
money l1Iu!> Tallcl1ll1 at Apulnchlcula. SAVANNAHGEORGIA. ..

Shrewd fellow, that. For Freight or further piirtlculnrn, apply to February 24,sail_.__1m '
----, HAS RECEIVED AND IS STILL MoKIBBliN i ALLKNTnl Cloths and Cassimercs: 'J
!"hn*,,'o, Fi b. 27, 1866 tf WILLARD'S
THE SooiiihRS COLONY -The Meiieair!

Times" of Jan. i7! MVS : Seveial exC'lnfeJeinles R.CEIVINQ. \ M DOYLE & CO. LIVERY STABLES I N GKttAT VAUIETV"f

have rilivcd at Cordova pt!- i Well, Selected Stock of Goods, I IJA'ISANUCArS s
route to (he AnimcJii colony Mail- .
ton. This Colony i-. d.Ing well and cot- CONSISTING OFDry i ,
arc always In ii'idlnoRs tn convey SHOES .
i'j ,'rn arriving on tho Railroad trains, I ; ,
tou being extensively planted. and \Vhitaker
Corner Bay Sts. :
; to OUA'I''l'AIIQOVIlKI 1 ::, or any point to. LicU : ,
e' they miy; desire to go. .
I Tns PJJBLIC DEBT. Fiom a statement Goods TUEO. TPILI.AItp.February HARDWARE, ? I
made by the Treasury Department( it appears ,
that the debt of the United States ,

I, I amounted on the 1st of March to $2,827- Boots and Shoes WHOLESALE GROCERS rplIK! subscriber baa for ale several dQu.ltull i
X ofRoyal '
Tin &c. &c.
Wave .
; 883,959, 46 ; araourlt in the Treasury, ,.,t
Petit Gulf Cottou Seed *.
.coin and currency, $110,013.959 24 ; o <=> T :a: JI: N" Go AND DEALERS IXPROVISIONS __ '" r t tGn..OOEJE1tJE

leaving a clear indebtedness of $2,711- of a very proll Bo uncclci. Also, several hundred '
bushels of Long Staple Cotton B. rI. 'I
850,000, LATEST STYLES OF : Apply to K.:: HOUdTOUN', ..
i i ..*" ortoJAMEB t!. IIOUSTOUW

i' ._ ftbill} 1 {fb before Congress) to remodel Lai\3cs! and .Gentlemen's. Hats, and Domestic Fubru:irv CIt, 18M. on rUDtatinn.2wBLACKSJU1"HhFiIC FLOUR, ,

I the Supreme Court of the Uniteda Foreign Liquors{ "

.States. Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi HOSIERY 'C SUGAR, t. ,

t}.' ,'Louisiana and Texas are to constitute ; ;, WOODEN f WARE.WRAPPING H. B FITTS & CO. '

i' the Fifth Circuit. TOBACCO; .f:c. \
'1'.. he offers low prepared to oxeouto ovory dekenp-
Which on terms forJCASII PAPJ2II ARE now
I' or C01.TOi. :
.. W The burning oil well near Franklin BLACKSMITHING p Powder, Shot and'PorcusienCaps.
r : \ In the beet and low .," H
Pa., Is a curious phenomenon. It manner ns ao -
*. caught /lire two weeks ago and baa been Hajward's Old Stand: &c. &c. &c. the cost of mnlerlal.{ &c.: will admit ot. 'uuy ; 1.
,( have aooured the soivlcta ot some of the
'buining with unabated vehemence I ;b
ever -T--=, =--- ?, I'Wines
t.. since def,'ing all attempts to quench it. BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. 1.

':The flames cover tinct of 40 feet square FOR SALE. Those who may furor uo with their patronage: i I''

and from 60 to 100 feet high I'KISO}bRALEIG'Jl. N. C.l AGENTS will ha Kuaianteed entire atlnfaotlon. |I IKlTSbof & LiquOi-S e
nearly the Pout Office. ,
I'u FOUCelebrated ) opposite 'I
emitting ?'I much light. that newspapers J Feb. 8.1 06-1r I, i mail: i>> It in the night, four or T D E subscriber, In order\ to rilled':' .

five miles distant. The. earth is baked! affen mean for iak to, at conduct a burgulif bin ,dufunco all bla, j*III..!! T.A.YZ. C> :E'I.' a NOTICE. The largest Stock in the State

600 feet from tbe well the tree art bud effects, Real rind Personal viz I' 111 i,. ALEXANDER! OALLIE ) ,
ding and the ass'giowing{ In the vicinity A Uwelllntr! House mid Ljt and*"" rerun > A Rlilijiillt.,
from its heat;, and. the spectacle is at. Otllce and Lot, iijvuutageounly. IlLuMed iu tbo AlbanyIMPERIAL VALENTINE M.JOHNSON S CONSISTING OF
town of Qulnoy.
acting crowds of Pjiectatois. A Buggy, and sot of Double harness, together Amount sworn' to, 818 Sit .1
4 with many artiitltu which will be mad. knownon rpHE defendant and, all other Interested an I I WHISKY, BRANDY; GIN. CHAMPAGNE.
FEMALE Pon.l\IUTE'lIs.-FroD\ applloutlou, Including M". lolnosIook.lnd L hereby notified of the commencement c-f the 1', ORl''SUEnRY AND.
Surgical Iuet r u m euta. : above suit, and to appear before mo In (the city of
dispatches will bo seen thai hundred Apply to I>r. O. A. GEE, my Agent and Attorney Tallahassee, Leon cuucty Florida" on tllo second/ 1 CLARET WINES,' COCK.'
of offices and' mad: ''routes In the South In fact. CREAM ALE. Monday lu June 1800, und plead to the lame, or
Inoppei alive, because men cannot be JOhN H. GEE. Judgment will bo given by default. :i STOMACH
are Jf roh 8, 1866-20 M O. U. FISHER
I BITTERS c.A-c. lC t tI
found who will take the test oath. Now ,
i Savannah Ga, Feb 24, 860. 1mNOTICE Justice of the Pi-ace.
Of "' .this Is bad for the South j and as females JULIAN BETTON February 18, 1808. feblTow3ru. I ,."'rha inrcliiiU of Florida'! ', ri..

'*.. are fligitle l tQ the office of Post-master, ., I! spectfully, requested to examine our U>tk ,
r. ', 4 ::we suggest lhat they accept the incurat DtllBE IX MOSTU8 after'tho Oral publication of PL OTJ'c ;:s D before dpcldinc to purchase in New York

t, bency and thus pbtain for us general pos SIX notice" ,.I will prtnentuiy AocounMand IRON..tTOs. "" !ax we will duplicate all bills at New York s
'tal facilities, We hope the pies will call Hoots, Shoes ,, and Leather> Vouchers, an Administrator of the eitatn of PLOUGH i! prices,. thereby, haTing them time and l

., attention to this matter and urge; it upon Redden \V, 1'arrauioru, late of Madison county !I'leight.. .
Florida, deceased, ty the Honorable Judge of ,
'the ladies; What (II still better, let Con. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Pr bato of ilnduon, county, Florida'and! apply I4 and.10,8 11 Inch, 50A"Cast id6orioUKb| IJalf! t tJbo.1 I; l,d/i/ fj&Toiitivtly (gwiit anti ft i retai(....

/ guess repeal tbe foolish path, which can torn legal dlsghardy| from lurthuc odmioJitratiuB I inch wide Iron .'
}, no longer: exist compatibly: with tlie Pub"JinJntereats.ltecoe I'lrst Door North of State Bank. upon "'I'h"att'. : I For ule at I JleUlbllnUrn..
'OIl; I f P B \mGI ,NIeS *: CO'H
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Wht Tbe Southern States I[!WHOLESALE AND RETAIL' STORE 4t) 1

: : The eleven seceeded States, about I i

(' .fc. ; i which so much discussion is going on '

..... -We ; in Congress, are not exactly like Mn- I '
= hornet's coffin,' suspended between' 1

r __ rv> ; heaven and earth ; but they are stuck
J tight :somewhere] between in the : .

Union and out of it. They seem to i .. ".
f ... .- -- ; be the sport of political thimble riggers ',"
( -"uoW see 'em and now 2111E IU;SP1C' .'11LLY KNroun OUR FRIENDS THAT WE HAVE '

: { ; you don't"-for you some purposes theyare U';; A I

,: in, but for others they are out.- m llim .t\WlID mm'21&m' &1'1fm' ( ) "

All Exactly what should be done with 0'
I r I them, and how it ought to be done, At toe Old Stand In Tftllabanex,where w.are prepared to supply euatomeri with all kinds Y ., j

II "Your ; seem to be the great questions with .
Dry Goods Groceries Boots and Shoes
and J1
, politicians, they are questions

I Mj ( ) which should be nettled one or other. HATS & CAPS CLOTHING HARDWARE CROCKERY'"AND
" A The business interests of the country. ) ,

'Quite demand this. Those eleven Statesare AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
'- i larger by thousands of square ,

a lly b miles than nil England, France, -A-t" tlio XiotTtroMt; OAalx Qriootr for OAsh or I

Spa4n Portugal, and all the Germanic OOTTOHNT. :
Could Confederation, including Austria anti
Y Prussia B8 the following table flaying p.tabllohect a branch ot our la New York, we are prepared to turul." Geodaof all
. kinds, la any quantity,un tbo ahorleit notice and! the moat advantageous terms
The showi: i

The : ; I AGE (K IQC1RB MUBS. I Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to

A England..;... ...... .. .... .... 00,922 :
France... ...... ...... .. .... 205,671 HODGKISS SCOTT CO. I
( Our Spain and Portun&l... .. .... 219,491 ,

, Germanic Austria end Conll'deraLloBIDcfudins Pnuiia... 244.414: I Now 'S"OR.B' : I
HiV "','"
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And ABBA IS BQOAIK JULEI.I 720,468 I PEN. &; GEORGIA RAILROAD Emporium of Varieties

I Virginia...... .... ...... .. .... 61,352
North Carolina.... ........ .. .. 45,000 .
To South Carolina. ... ...... .... 28,000 _0-
An Georgia... .. .. .... .... .." .. 68,000 I CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. WM P. SLUSSEIt,
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Has Alabama. .. .. 60,72
Who Mississippi... ...... .... .... .. 48.156 TlLtiBASRii, Jan, 15, 1860. TALLAHASSEE: HM.A....
But Louisiana. .... .... .... .. ... 41,255 ON and after bin dialer the Train
Arkansas .... ...... ...... .... 62,198 the Peniacula and a Itallroutl will I Copper, Tin and
Get Tennessee ., ... .... .... .... .. 45,000 run daily 1'1 followa: I SHEET IRON MAMJFAnTRER. t

Florida... .. ... .... ...... ... 59,268 Leave Quincy 111.EASTWARD......_. 4.30 A. II.An .
And Texas ,... .... ... ... ... ... .... 237,95 ore at TaIlRh"ce at............ 6.30 DEALER IK
-.-- Leave at. 7.00 "
< Arrive at Madliton nt....11.DO <<
227,9)io Leave Madison nt.._.11.30 English, French and Domestic -'
Hear : Those eleven great States with Arrived ilL Lake City ut.._.. 3.QJ 1'. :M.
I'll Goods
ten millions of people, use to WEST WABO. ,
And Leave LaVe City.t. soon A. M.
I ; produce annually an average of four Arrl\eatModUmiat..._...I'-.20 1'. M. Plain, Fancy & Japanned Ware,<. '
Leave Madl oii nt. .USO "
million bales of and -
cotton, are capable arrive at Tallahnuee at...*..... 430: i .
From I ; of producing double that number, LeaieTallnhaKweat... Zoo '
; Arrive at Quincy, nt ._. 6.30 STOVE HEABQUAETEfiS. .
besides ill
other respects to the aggregate
weather prosperity of our common Leave TallahaMee ..t....._.. 7.30 A. ". A large: and handsome variety nt
country. Is it not time that politic- Arrive nt St. Marks at..._., .15 "
deep Leve St. Mark nt...12.00 M.
roads ians were stopping foolish twattle Arrive atTnllnhaieeaai...... 1.45 1'. M.K7Balf COOKING STOVES,
and selfish and an hour will b,. given on the nrrfvnl
experiment adopt
boughs of the CAre at Madison for inner, going from | Combining
jvisrgj'T some sensible, stable policy with re- and coming thin,,ny.
Upon one A line of >tnr( between QuIncy, Banl! >riilicv
air we spect to those States f If they will and Albany, uuduetween Muntlcellu and TlwuvBivlllo SHEET IRON,
not do so is it not the duty of the will connect with the train. I .
cring E.
were great commercial working classes'whose Jan.16, 1808-If I'renldent. AIR-TIGHT,

interests are suffering to make
with it. BOX AND *J
skin! them do sot} Is it not high time Hodgkiss Scott & Co.,

this was.") that the industrial classes should jule I'AllLOR COOIUNO STOVUS, ,

,only $50 the politicians instead of being ruled COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
All tiininipd in a neat and diniM. .
and used them. Let think janner. -
by UI a ,
the usual NO. 24 OLD SLIP, NEW YORK: lie. .niV- ,
little about these They can shipped S' to, of i y '| ,,'f ,
'Ibut find things. Thoi. rr. HodifklM,late uf lUmbcIton Brotliu.", the. country whit jicrfrctsnfpS1fiK' | I:
,their Baltimore. PIPES and ELBOWS c"". lnIitJj .I.luind., ,
bly a U-The first telegraphic: reportsof Q. W..Scott.. ,of firm of O. W- Scott '". Co.,TnllaliHM Out.dolr11.nk. -'Tin Boiiiliig,.O'utli

.often President Johnson s speech made D. II. Poole, of arm of Poole A Babbitt, Bain.bildge Ing lown Pipes, OiiiDnieiit&l'I, 1 IJotiM-
him speak of Forney as a "dead \ Ga.W. Heads! Sheet Zinc, Slim la ad.\.
respecter duck." Later and correct G. Poole, of. firm of G. \\'. Scott A. Cu., Tnl.Uhauue (;if'Shop wutk. "t every deleetiptiut,
] reports Fl 1.
one dune
ry of uti shot nolice,
make him
speak of Forney as a "dead
]loud upon at ] cock." The difference is immaterial. Special attention given to the sale of nil Llniii uf No'tl.ons: _

friend"' Forney is a fowl character, either SOUTHERN PRODUCE, i .
-Chicago Times. WOODEN: ''WAKE,
"don'.t way. and to tbe purchase and shipment or
1 hewas (1 ; /arGeneral Grant was presentedwith Household and Plantation Goods, TOYS,
"' $100,000 on his ]last trip to New Wares, Implements, Of every description on lint,,. C-'ftl] and
Jehu, York. It is about time Grant .,
was belt e ]iliicliasliirNov. ;\ (, ellol'\\(>1 e.
'Once, with showing some of the spirit of General MACHINERY, &C. r 7.18RtrmSaddle ;

tory;1 ] I Thomas' letter when it was proposedto

sert purchase him a hOI 1estead.- REFERENCES : Harness and CattiagoESTABLtsHMENTl

permission "Help not me, but. the poor crippled. Meliun Currier Co., New York. !
,bunk. soldier boy !I" I J. L Moore, Orlffln, 010.
.eel Bryant Crtwm Montgomery, Ala. .
reply, '
a. A. B nd, Macon, GR.
] ; I Bond, Macnn, Oa. ,
graybacks JTSrNapolcon] does not like the E.
\ ..... G. Whltfleld\ Demopolla. Ala.Wm. have Just received a large assort.L >
Night Bagdad affair and is said to feel very Daily, President State Dank.t Florida, went at tioudi,cunsiBili. n uftantieme

with the cross toward this country in conse Tuoa''Eeilambelton! Trea. Ill Fir Ina. Com. ( !)'*and l.ndlet' Snddlsn, -
and great quence. lie cut all the Northern pony, Baltimore. Fine Double mid Single Iltrntw,
Sl-tf UrUJIci, Collar and Whirl,
wall hung : Americans presented at the second saddle Cloths
: btio::! Flndlnci of evtr deicriptloS .
Sj pounds. Tuilleries ball, and welcomed only PRATOBIUS &; OLARK l./eiberorall kinds, )
orado Mr. Slidcll and his family. 'J'nl\'elllnglialchul. end TraniBaddlKBnd
Harness Ilurdwure
tatoes ] ,
MERCHANT Vtirrlnge Trhnmlngi
way, why "What would I give," said Charles Wagon and Buggy Hub., ,

etable, of Lamb, "to call my mother back to TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Buggy Hujrgy Axlet HhaI"Bpokul lOud springs! and, Slims,

potato ?" earth for one day, to ask her pardonon '
my for all those acts KEEP sale a largo uucl varied anaoriinunt of

upon the by which I gave her gentle spirit of ver> description, .
pain." GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! Machine Belling.
passengers ; Work rondo to order and repairing dons 'with
heavy ; dawn *, "Husband," said an exasperatedwife ALSO, Agent for. Wheeler .It WU.oa' and no...,'..
"I cannot detestation filnnNG 11IACIIINES.
Spines. ; express my Cloths J. E runD1':
lands of of your conduct I ,

a passing "Well, dear, I 'aID very glad you SOIJTIILRNtf)

ring upon a can't," was the cool reply. Cassimercs, AND : OIt T

.coated !Mr. Charles A. Trenholm] of Charleston Vcstlngs, IMPORT COMPANY.
feet of light ,
S. C., has lately presented

es upon a Bishop Davis of the State Diocese, Neck Ties'
a hjdden ,;( COMPANY Ii
the handsome property heretofore THIS now organized and w."
prepared to make
) IIberaladyaDce. on
Jy escaped
known as the Orangeburg Female Suspenders ,
.escape Seminary.In .
ver's box Cotton and other Produce'

know bank. ; ; the House of Commons of England Gentlemen's Hose, &c eonaigned I"oar Agenti Llrerpool. The T r<-.-

enjoy the ] the Fenian conspiracy is charged sot velo.of Cotton In I.herpoolla I from oOlo 64 .
Oentlemen'a garments cut and trade|nf th- e ntanertx.nnd for good Upland Cotton and from '
ter, when a : a have been of American origin.- Ion able style and superior manner. 80 to Jl.12 eaata for good long Collon ,In Gold_
sent him That Secretary Seward is the real] OelolwrU-lt ty Store nut to t. II. Tatnm'a. equlvhlrnt We"iii advance In value in Gold or lie //t

handle, -centre.t We soltelt orders forgoodafromIheiferrhanlaand
net's coffin Ailinlnlatratrlx'g No lee. Flantera. The HjHole.t, attention paid lo the.smallest -
c I orders for goods from England, Franc
legs and A. Washington despatch states Jnonlbe after date ,I will\ present my ae- and Germaiif.RICUAIlDi.
1 Gen. Grant. said in'New York SIX '. and .ucheraaa Admliilitmirij of the 7. FLOYD, President I"
following : ..late of J,. M. White, to tlia honorable Judge of Jacksonville, Florida.
\ President must be sustained and Probate of Leon county for ft final s ttltraenl ..T. I'n, Agent, Lt"nl".I| l, England: ... r
lcutiDS : 1 .. he radicals pnt down. Granted and Jun ask.11,1556-dm.for a discharge. E. M. HHITE Adm:, r.or T..u.uP.I-am 4pllt.'lalla".n.] ., t'llI. ..

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