The Florida sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 13, 1866
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002061077
oclc - 08807470
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Preceded by: Quincy sentinel
Succeeded by: Florida tri-weekly sentinel

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''; \:::':i' ''.-'JtCl1v.Jf.lYcthl1J; ;!:! : ; ;: : rifJna;: : .LATEST, *'JVEWS BV THE* } M"tILS.- SilO'to. his 'hC l qlln.rtrs by mail on, i Another: jSpccch by the Prcsi- bf their-- -- -fathers- -----, those---- who strayed- ; I ., J;

: : V, --'-" "of publication/! think this is" V '
.lAi.\ ; day dent. result of which allshould'bo "
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>:Fi''- ::;r', i'Jo1'''.' .ti...:'1'Ul"."LiSILISD. 'Lvnnx4! .. ._ ,'J j.o.. .'': .r .>; "!,CONGILESSIONAL.NEWS.S-t ," -., ;. 'GOVERNMENT 1' SALES"J'I A Committee from Baltimore,called ; prbu'd, +and for, which we "I '1

I 'i'l:::' Tltesday: ( : Thnrsdayaild.' .( ; Sattirday' : WA8HiNaTON.Marchi'7.7rIi; Sumner' the / Government;:is still realizing <1 oti the'. President r last 'week, and should myself'my.object'is npt betaunted.! to If ) know the, f i' :;
Senate ;
''r'T_ ; ; ir.1LL.t1L sShcs, ?: 'i it to-.day, :Mr. mado > uI'engthy'sjjcech immenso' stuns from the sales.'of ,' the preserve '-4
I ; : Fi.ORID.. ? :,oll.t, tho'pending constitutional tail presented, !. Resolutions! !in support Government.' I want it to continue i. '
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I :"- J. 'I'EI'tUS'- ,-. amendment.;, ,,, ?', *. riticd.ssa'ry! : months war 'material.'cl'lltltities"ot'During the of, his:i policy'which..tycrc, adopted bytheMhS1Meeting .in!loyal;' hands I nL in ,none othCI'S.t .-. '.i;J. ) "

;,," : The House considered bill .for last two li.rgo in.lIiat'c'itjV "Inreply'tho'Prcsident'said '. liope thtt.hc tunic will, soon como 'i
:IN ADVANCEI: : : mcdi ine'f' h'c; \ heel; disposed of, arid l : 'when' the\ country,will)l
with 'the British { ,he hol'oughh"3
.. I'er Ann.. m,..:.....:: .:;:....: .:.:...t.-t 0 CO' reciprocity''made I oh Thursday next; ,885,000' articles ?: reconciled ;, but't'o' secure ; '
,,Itc For Six olllbs.:.:.'.::..: ..:.;.;:.,.:.::::1..:4 00 Provinces! ;.but 7cmnQ.'to7iio_ :,(decision. of'clothing will be soldtogetherwitliit'large'nwnber GENTLEMEN cnnri' h'' make any ; ; that is :.t :,

:"I'lnlliu Coploe.---, ,: ......:..."..:....:,:. ..::...:. 10 of Government buildIMPRISONED formal l inreply'1 tut in necessary for" _this, 'purpose will re ,.
.JJ : speech } t re-=;
I NEWYOItIiMARKETS'NEw ; quire'a' severe struggle, for I am free '
l A'L'Ew'ALDVEiz'FHS1N ..= 1ng" ''rr .. .,' : spouse to what, has been said< ; I willsimply to say to that it js' nbt"wprth *
: ( YORK;\March ,7. Tlfc i'cottotV'inarkct you "
:r ; ; to ;
? 1"- remark: that'lilY"policy, while ,
I I J v; f-t. > > ; is tcadwiili hales'ofIjGOO'bales. to (disguise thc fact that. the :
,-;: "',' TO BB AID. roit'iM invj.ct' :' : -DESERTERS/ ORDERED 1
/ wlnclt'Joll.ha'p nlluJe 1 as before the
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V very
V same animated
spirit :
_:":.01111 "Tiiiro(12 I Nonpaollilnca,5 1 or loss's/or l *the .; "., i '- ,\ TO BE RELEASED ... country.was'! not announced'"as, the,! rebellion the

'"i_ 6._ :. fi.ttll'"o.tli.-, ; : :;,:.r :..::\*'t 00' .', "Gol\l l ,quoted at,133, .34.MARKETS. .. !Secretary'Stanton has' ordered the \resultof, impulse, uoi"''was ,thrown\ exists at one end of the line now vI/
: at the other seine
; 1 ICiuh! llb.eiJlicntiIlAcl lion'.L.'i.l.t.{ : 73 '- to extent:- r
.' 1;.t.to: mid! Legal; ; ;,? otlcoaJo.l'! charged: t' .'' liberation\ of'all enlisted ,/' men imprisoned oiit\ for any ad captanduhi pu'posc-! Before the recent rebellion 'themwas

/ 4, t lid. e.t.nevua. tr.uisii.ht,* .:iiovol-Ctstiiiiuutrt, :The I.irerpool'cottoii: .1 : ? \ iiiarkct''lia'i.l'declined :': in this\lepaitmcnt' for desertion It convictions was 'announced-as after mature the'consideration result''of:; : one set.of- gentlemen ,vII 0 'wera
"! it* Admin* f. trying dissolve\ 'and
'f. SF.iMtr.twr"; tie whlah tho ehirgu.hull, l a. 191 I 0'8 ,: l-4d.; Sales:l' of tolH'td. lays' I ; asa: necessary 'construction of Government for up
;:':i-"I! I\tti'r.: \ ? ulucanuwl.rriiuti\ ; : ._uf'UespiC: ; ; C\\ 32,000:::! bales. :.I 'TREASURY'MATTERS. the principles np'on, vhich, Ithi Gov= the purpose of pre.serving

.chtr.udttandv.ttlsntnuuts.J: ," : ,_ ?, Consols'' wcrc' quoted'at 87 I-2a87 :'. ) the -institution of slavery ;
I '.The llerAld'rt'.Waslimgtbu I ; special errimcnts rests.* That)! p'b'licvwhich; i l lI and another
.,, .. FI\'c' I'wcutics'tt (9'11: =4: IJ\t1k\ set of gentlemen were
---- -wz;:: : ;5.8 ; ..: luc best
I says : Gen; 'Spinner" Nis continually honestly being \willing to break the
: Government
: tu'E'S E i. N E "R.. rate. 7pcr'cetit.; r'" i frol1l11lnkii for the will continlte before up
beset, !
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:, ', with reijucstii; to pro country toi ,thc purpose of
: : ,, : : \ destroying slavery,
.,',1 it llio +dy''ppcY: : ; lif" Ploriiln Ihu'lM. : I. pulUlic' ] cl.| ,(a EUA[; ,, ;ES.,, ,, i euro their designation{ : depositories; the people, without th'e slightest de: and they sb avowed. Though these
,:\.o! 1tule.i( Stcrk. art thureru', tiTin( 'd. Rs sub.scrlinrv \ stun 1 answer'-that'when'! it i is clearly .Viation! and without being) ; .s\ycrved! : '
: : iiuitiitip9i'tntit. respective parties disagreed in tbo object
tIiu.a'citdltst ufobLdalutr'tlu,, : The hews by''tliis"irri, \: i ,
m'"II'' : I" gonei'iil from1 I do not saythi.s!
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shown 'aru for Gov on mypart.,
r trot ,1"h\ '"leC"I'! ," '' awlLnlti" .atutd; : fill.. re1' ;; \ :: :, :,""i'liJ'a'rrejt: ) : : of( FulUVuis, : they iiecesstry ; they wished. to accomplish, they '
,. ernmeiU ; ? will be''au i in'A t spirit'of i menace or threat! to
'purposesthej in
.t. "r the Nutt. Yet'Ic'url S"ltllerll.Mu'Ru' ; continues. t agreed one thing, and that was
It will illative' f.Ill i-opm, 8bftlio, procTOillngsnnii.i \ ;, ( March" i thorized .'r: :anybody! ;; but simply tu'gn'c'' assu- the destruction of tho Government ; (
1\'AsitiNOlox The Sen1'
.; f.il, I .Ibrty' .aI 'f RI ln.tr.t living: 1 ralM/' ; at'u to ilay discussed" theVonstitution": '; abiiut! s'nifijj',' orders to ''Treasuryr of, ''and} noshrinking from one'was
v the as culpable as the other.The .
-_.:': .'.:. ..,'-. .. ,-.", ..-.=,:..="'::'...-..:.__..::: =, ul\"am' t dll1ent-. / '' l !! '- 'tho.Soiltli!\ tn'cn II 6u their I that: policy because; it .is believed: blow, was first struck at the J,

,' ; .JU, : ., II.IU 'I'I' H: .|.In '.thc the'lleco'nstriiction House(: 11 reliul.tiwasitlitduti'Oin 1.;: sub-agents :lIlll close 'their'b\\5inl'ss, ; t that the very existence: and perpetuityof Southern end of the line. It' being
:1 : r Cpminittue,
di iiniiv\li" >n. with the SiMitliilw'i" > hate n miM : ,which has be.en l -'JoMiig one 'to tht7, .the'Govcrnmcnt'depend upon struck\ there, the other spirit that
I ,' ", I"t'u, ,.li r.i iisnrtment'of; ii,'w'I\hll" 'enibracing' the voluminous! testitnouyat'.wittiesesswlto'testificd :: tho maintenacc: of the principles
S p' t.',1 l la Guvciuuient'thought; ,/a: Corresponding!\ 1 \was\ making war the principlesof I
I iti-rl-it',4 iliiii,,: ':u-i., 11"; .|fired:;" to>;\Vve'ilc" every' ,1 cU1, ( : to tli6Jn'u[ source of gstin: to, the curl/Icy 1 yhl. Vhich have been enunciated.! I am the Government upon must have
"f'wiirls;, :": ,In, ih, iriliiiiVltli; hail; i stinted oL'jIHijqi'itj'of; the ( something
I'ljitlo'f nen nod.' disloyalty) ; ; ) hot insensible to the remarks \Vliich
tta.\, "" The overnnieiii ,;Trczisury: :: agents to vent itself and it joined : :
ttnn'ossutYmt ,
"I-"h. \Isn {".1 lriiitl; u 'nt cii peopletho! Sontlil, : ; upon
:|.i:.. fiir pi-iiulni;, |I" t .pin's.' '0"1101"" hy hiHll. orrr -' Thu-Aniiy-Appropriation: bill was have' received ordei'fi, to commence have been made, ,accompanying the with those who were for the I
.n*'. williui'lvii| ; pimlipt; iiltpiiliciii', 'Our'pVi.), : ; 'l; the sale of cotton} izcJL by' tho military 'presentation: of the \resolutions.' The tlnion against those,vho were for the

..... II'. ,as .ItlOI'p"1, 1.I. <(h caret: of .in'k.t'' jVjissed/with :an j.meiidmcnt'disillowiiig' / tnthoritiesau, co'nfi.scatedand/ riiihd l and soul' 'of a man who would, rebellion. But when rebellion .

in' iii'1-l.il", 1 l-i ",,' ,u..) Hvliijj I, ; will 'ituliilt, !'c'".f", rind tint I i tIll!, P;X "bf :Ittiy' cadct! ;apijointed" iibiindoiicd 1 property.-'i : } :, ndtt' feel more or less inspired and impressed is down if now,find I
put we to
., I 10 .1IoV tinIIIUIIVULI.I I. Mlt4vlilili, ruin ill "rut'hr since Janiiiiry lit;,t.. ,, .. 1 by what you llave.said'\ must ; attempt
change the character of tho Government

ngra__.r I+1111.10"' .; 1 OKtKANS'.MAUKtiTS.."' ; PROTEST" OFJ?THE' ENGLISH. be extremely dull and barren. I feel and it is a manifestation of tho .
"""':' "" .. NE\V, i'
-- 'n' I :> MIXisTEK. 'the.full. force ot what you have same spirit which attempted to breakup

, -rJrL1fL'r.rionHl; ; ; (Lrny<'j b'. I Xt-.w ORLEANS, Mareh'3..-The cot; tf, Tiio' Cotninercia's'' 'Washington'peciiirsays spoken, :anil I think I know ]how to the Government, Island opposedto
iniii-ket' i is \nnsi'ttledand" \
ton and thus 1 I
very linbterOhas it feeling,
;: tho appreciate ;
__ __ I .i ::! English.l both. I stand \with you for tho
.. iiubtntious nominal sales to-dav: IOU
; the conviction
--- impressed'with
I protested! :agaiiibt the immunity eu am Government, for the Constitution, for ;
A. J, PEELER* ;Ullo\ *. : j toyed by the 1 Feniiins, but tho evi- that my duty must bo performed I the supremacy of tho laws, and for
Sugar: ,! 14 t'd lU'o1.\ ; niolassus, !90) to without} to .-
; ,.; denco i' iiiisidlicient'. ':to warrant in regard consequences.Your :. obedience to the laws and the Con
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ; 9- 1.;. this
encouragement at particular
terference.IKS' stitution.
(: Let it be understood that
TA \IIV-M.K.' ":. 1'1.1111"i" i i -- T ----gyp -=-_ n_ time seems peculiarly: appropriate; I far
MA1UNE[: DISASTKUS.Al'FAlUS )( [ so as making candidates for the ::1
OIH.o up Sta r< ores the Stale: H.l'nk.: I : ; At the recent(: ball at the your countenance and proffers of future is concerned, I have nothing
!>-V'IMI--C' lnilr.H' truer' \011, in to 1 (p. u,., tiiulll'lt'll Tuilerief the three ices not undet' the present circumstances "
Y 111 .') |p. til, I OX THE IIJO CUAXDE. only support to, do with it. If I can be instrumental
i ""uh'l' ;!"' -bin 1 as to'beauty\ but also as to dress, inspire mo with a confidence, I in accomplishing the great work
.. --- '---1 11 N E\; \' ORLEANS, March; 5.-The' were decidedly the. Empress of the I :and a strength; and a hope, that the we have undertaken, to bring about

EDWIN A. i sjti'Juuer: Mary: llearne1; bound from French, the Princess' Hohenzollern, country will ultimately triumph, and peace and harmony nndl'econciliation.

I :Shreveport> for New Orleans, was and tho Princess Mctternich.. Her those great principles will bo sustain- among all bur people and again j
burned\ on tho iiSth ult., on Red riv- Majesty: woro a robe white tulle, ed. It is not necessary! for me to re- place this Government upon its firm !

MADISC.VI> \ vh.Ttr.r .\-. er.. Six hundred bales of cotton and sprinkled l with jeweled j ; butterflies of mark t tc' you that I entered this con basis, I shall feel that I have reached "

'out Federal soldier were lost. I all shades; The Imperial loilclta de test at its very incipiency, and I have tho suiumit! of my ambition.
A>\V .liulieliil pmi-Hctf, (Jlmiit.fulini In .the Cuiirl iluMMtllu Tho! schooner Sea VI itt, from Havana bal was C'Ol lpletcd by a butterfly ill not deviated single hair's breadth -----. .

irv l 15, ISUil. ---'I' fur New Orleans, put into ,Co diainonds/ ; in the centre of her mijestyVdiadem ; from tile\ line of policy I then laid TilE PURITAN PREACHERS AND THE "
and I two brilliant down. I stand now precisely on tho PRESIDENT. The President's
dar Keys in a leaky condition, with similarly speech i
W. H ; ails split anti spars carried away ; : butterflies, 'for thy. breast and same ground that I stood on in the seems to have made thy Boston Parsons I

ATTORNEY AT LAW tho vessel was condemned.- o. the waistband buckle. The Princess Seiiato on the leth and 19th days of stark, staring mad. Last! Sun

.. Brunswick dates to the 2Sth btato Ilohcnzblletnidispliiycdn: ; robe of blue December, 1860. I know that it has day evening they fell to cursing Mr..

MADISOX, VttflUDA. that Maj. Gem Getty had assumed tulle, triirimcd,\with'* English point been said l, and no doubt by many designedly Johnson! like very drabs. Here area ,I
NL1UTI'is: ix 1'ib: cobiiTs Ol and tho Princess Mctternich's said, that here, is a Presi- of from f
'lVIf.r MliUllo Circuit. .cOI1!maud of the Uio Ora'n'd'c": r districteke lace: ; couple specimens clipped
.)uo. 23, ISUJ: f' Gen. Brown. Military inattcrs dress was in black,t'ullej enlivened by dent who was elected by a party, and thc Boston papers :

j were quiet.' C l'tinas wits 1 lurking '''small boqucts .of the!: most! beautiful who, on coming into power abandon- Rev. A. D. Wasson, pastor of the

and Publishers. about on the, Mexican' side of tho river foscsl. tJ1 ?., ed that party ; that ho has "Tyler- 28th Congregational Church, delivered

To Printers ; twelve miles below.Matariioras":; ized" leis Administration ; that he a sermon in tho Melodeon, yesterday

--: :- The death, of the, Lib'eialchief; ,- During a., debate in the has joined( tho C'oppeiheads ; and forenoon, on the situation of
Having! it largo( lot of aurpliiif\ Mender, from wounds l received in .tn- House, on Thursday'in .relation'to thing of that kind. Those thingshave" /: the country, taking for his text 'he

'MATERIALS king tho Rancho do Fauhaquita, has an ;appropriation for refitting up tho no influence upon me; they ignificant words t'o be found! in

PRINTING' ; been confirmed.\ White, House-; Mr. Steyciissaidvthat! fail wholly to drive me' from tho discharge .Eccl. 10"Woo to thee, 0 land,

I otTerfJr, SlllCi. 'Ol. OASiI, the following, urll. An imperial l decree haSbeeti_( published although the President desired to my'duty.. But if you and when thy King is a chief." The

,, toes atOnehalfManufactorers' which scents !'o_ d.) .!away, witli jiavc it furnished in tho, most eco- I; .with others, havo, been employed preacher reviewed the recent acts of

; Prices. that making the RIO Grihdo: a freeport n'omicalstyle-- would 'take, this for four years in resisting:: a supAratidn President Johnson, :and declared hima .

." Ono WASH tXT TOX HAND VftESS. size iW.OiioViffilsSrO' of; entry, tho duty.being paid ahldunt in addition to the 30,000 and dissolution of the Union; and greater traitorthan, Benedict Arnold

HAND r1LE3Salca' No. when the 'goods are sent jnto'tliojiffteriors. "already\ : appropriated 'this,lIe'ssion- now have reached point wh'e're resistance or Judas Iscariot. Iscariot, ho ,

.( 2, In uxcHlunt ordur. 7 'ii" 4"; ; lie, added that Hourly every useful has ceased; if wo ciin bo instru- said, was conscious of his guilt.and"

.......- 2-iOlbn.:!.- ) I II... nilKVIKIl.IONJ I'ltlMEIt.: i: Reports murders! nhd:\ robberieson : Article, including bedding ,,furnituroj; mental in conciliating /ind! bringing\ refused to take the "'silverawarded f

'I'/fo,. : '4IIU lb*. SMAI.I.TYl'K.XI 'llJ."iI ;..\". the line of tho Rio Grande cdntihi the gold spo'ons bought i.n., Vail Buren'.s back nIL tho 'people to an earnest and him for I his deed, and! full of remorse

r,1: 13 fonts font DISPLAY JOB '[YI'I'::. ue to be received. .* time, as, well 'lIS.ornnlllcnts, had'beeil loyal and thorough support' of the and repentance?, "went and hanged ,
,I;;< \I1AS: :S" DASHESUULE3:: IA.Ill: S, FUIi- -- removed 'from 'tho :White Government, it seems to'mo that. wo himself.." Johnson, on the other 1 1Imnd
ITURK, and In tact cv rj thing neco'inry
i' ,llIlotllllll"U\il paper twice lllu situ of the NEW YORK'MARKETS.: House, by.i i irresponsible parties, during :- are doing a great deal tol1nlaccomo'plishing 'after betraying the party who

:3ouUu I:"' W. A. SrrOBElt the six weeks succeeding the tho work undertook placed him in his position, now glories -
NEW'YORIrarch C. The cotton
1'rnprlutor Florida Buntlnel.P It happens,, sometimes, .in the hisY in his shame.
; death of :Mr. Lincoln. ,
_' ,market is dull ; sales today 1,000.' ..------ tory of fainilics, .it'.may bo permittedto -
-j; -. B- BROKAW'Q bales. 1,33-' H'EAVY DA G .:-A, suit for use tho illustration,' that there are The' snip Southern Rights was

; .IItERY SALEStables Gold.is-quoted' at ;' : .. $2,500'damages, qcnerut ,IIickll1l n differences arid fu 'ds ; but when cleare 'on the 27th ult., for Liverpool .
| Q ;] AND: TREASONABLE NEWSPAPERS. against General Bate,, for false imprisonment those dift'et'eu'c'esare'mdcrstood'and ,villi.the heaviest cargo which :

'" I while tho": latter, was in arranged, and when tho feuds sub has left Charleston this season

f8{ NEW YORK, }March 2.-Tho, Tr'ib'uhe's command at Iluntsville,* Ala., is pen-' side; the parties can 'approael each amounting to 128 bales Sea Islands! !,f

: Washington special says : In ding ,in the Circuit Court for Davidson otber' fcelili 'more, kindly toward aril 2,012, 'bales Upland cotton, :

order to put iv peremptory'-stop to county, Tennessee, now in! sos- those from'whom they had been estranged \yeighing 1,272,455 pounds, and \

f TALLAHASSEE, FLA, the treasonable utterances of the Virginia sion. The 'Case 'wIll probably< be than they did before. Then; valued at tho.heavy sum of $607'-; .

press, still persisted in; tho com, tried next ''week I. db not think wo are doing wrong if, 581 53.Death'. '

-ALSOCARRIAGES manding officer of the department of i __ 'AX :while! maintaining principle, while

BUGGIES, WAGONS Virginia has issued an, order, requiring :jrIt; is not honorable, to descend trying; to preserve the Government, comes to a good man to reioyo I

FOR SALE. the' publishers of newspapers in from, h.Ig 'anccstry'' .as to ascend we' have 'sucecedod in Convincing! of him; it comes to a bad one to
AND the Stato to Bend a copy of every is- from a low their error and bringing to the fold 'relievo society. '

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A Hard. Case-An Appeal to I From Washington.. : I Trial of ITMjor.John II...Goo.In An' Affgrnvntinsr AfTair. ;

ijri; i V 1 cider $'cntiucLTALLAYIA58TmLC FlgrrU ms. [Extract from.a private }latter, receivoi, d The Raleigh '(N. C.) Standard of A U.S. Aimy,';OmC f, Philadelphia,' :s

.... The case of Major JOHN II. GEE, of by a gentleman in this city, date,l'Whsli-' March 1st and 2d, we have' the report of: publishes. a letter,in'. the papers ,of that 1 ..'

----: this State;Is, Indeed, ,'M the >Macon' Tclegraph ington, March, 1st. :] > Maj.t GEE'S; trial: from February; :. 27th 1. to city, dated February 2Cth, in which he '"

: : terms! ',Ja hard onevvfien'; ( he is ."The scenes are shifting here ,The March 2d. states! he liar; just t tletuined, .. from Tennessee ",, '
compelled; 1 tit advertise: '.for sale all his President tlI'eII.- hnndred-iiound 'shot Governor, VANCE, t.estified 'that, .'"in thefall ,'whither'lie bad gone ,for.the, purpose ,I:
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,TUESDAY MARCH 13,1800.AAhnty .: into the of Sumner Steven of,1864 he communicated with Gen of cultivatinga'plantation in cotton,' rt. n{.''p.
,_.1;. __ property: I ia ;j.Quincy, his! place! :Of resiclcncP i.: right f camp ; : .
Political circles have .T. Johnson in reference' the; qu'iiing fifty t laborers located a few miles :
.including! his.library', surgical in- & Co., on the 22d. Bradley ,

for The Sentinel.Mr. .' 'lIn'liisl'&a:, in order,to raise i means to been thrown; 'Into'. great; excitement: ', anti prisoners nt'Salisbur'y;' N.'C., havingheard by Railroad from Memphis. He offeied11 '

: D. IIi WiLgosrat Quincy. conduct: his'defenca before, the MililaiyCominWon some confusion; and the extreme men 1 that, there. was sufleiing.! '.\among- I fifteen dollars; wages:; per'' month;, .besides

Mr.'Tnoues JENKINS,'ar, :Madison.Messrs. i ,; slain'at: 'Raleigh, l NJ C. have 'got to ]owe r}'ih fr,radical(utandan them. Gen..' J.vas' ; 'then' in'command food and clothes.", He succeeded\\ getting '

DKEVV" & OAKLfiYIJaeksnnville.a4 i...sh ,wJI1g.lhat" .. even, should. Maj.. GEE .of. excellence.; J Appointees under! .theAdministration there.. He also wrote. _to theSecretary: of two or three to contract with ,him ,, ,

Col. D. J. TAYLOR, at, Fernandina.Maj. ho acquitted' !, as:, ,we' >trnst" and believe 1 "lie must',come"square up to War at: Richmond,' and expressed: theopinion'thatithe but, even ,these failed. to fulfil their*';bargains "

F. BARRETT, at Gainesville.! mil:be; he will still i bo cnlil'l.'l;'broken, up. the,mark,, or* they will' not hold office ,treatmeitof!:. ; '*the piiso. : ,, although! i it -was, estimated, that ,

Mr. C. E. Joiixso's, at Monticello., "and pecuniarily ruined. long.. If the, \iadicals in congress" .make, a ners, at Salisbury.\':ould, provoke", letalia-: there are, 15000 unemployed laborers'around
Mr. 'V: L. STROMAN at fcentieville.. : wILI the President tion. relates tothe Memphis. ,''Here is the picture lie
s. ; The propi [fetors of the Telegraph, with regularAstand-up, ; (Hit! following testimony,

:Mr. JOlt A.,GRUBB, at. Savanhah,,G.1'.' a'kindness' and, generosity; :' that ielecthonor ; the'Departments; drill) open their'I sub'j'ec'tnnl': : i is. ,8tro' 1gly/I'; in''DISjor'Gsn's 'draws:.,' of their. 'condition' .. .''and- prospe'ct'. ::.vi

upon them' ; publish, Maj. G,'s guns'itlloiit much delay.' favor,' ;showing hat. he:0.5'' : ; doing ; The'streets are filled with. them; and ,af,

Notice-Durtngtho abncAco ofllio under- ndvri.tisemctit gratuitously' ,'not however; "John ohey.flD; :D.":of(. th'eChronl-: ; ,all he possibly""could for the priso-1 I every corner are seen knots of them.play'
the buslncB9 of tho Sentinel OfflcO will| and sleeping In the sun. The
l>e conducted by'Yr.-'J.' IT. Doer.\ EdUor.ln they say,'fo(;the purpose of getting; him cle," is screaming like a like a stuck pig: u, r t.t\vit1.tbe, ; :facilities' at his '-com-', ,. shops i ing;, idling are 'overflowing, :; \XI.I!. ,'themsquan-;.
purchasers :'bntvitb'' that It Thad.'looks though he"bad jusb : ; Cach other'
charge.' the hope Old, as derma 0themselves'anu mmi

W.\f".A' _SHOBEKTiillahiiMoe \may:- reach the I eye o( sympathizing wallowed a pint of" "fortyrodthatihad'fairly maul! "'01d,' little money they have acquired, in everything ,

Fob 10;'lS 6" friends, 'and suggest to thorn aidutv'which 'taken the shin l "off, and the scholastic resides Buncombe-county, N C:, ': that strikes ,their fancy., On, the" t
Jwas in Salisbury,.February !18G4 of the city are small towns made
'T .'. !* promptly rform'ed: Charles works lis'{ mO ltlt.-. (a thing fie; ? outskirts '.
gCotton"sold 1 ,down tl v]"41 cl.'nts.,1II" shouldtbe) p ;, on my"letnrn: from prison. ,I hnd 'an interview up of rude and wretched hovels tint havebeen
; which has Has (!not friends.enough'"intb, e" South, JS fmsto be nt!,the while doingas though _with Moj. Gee and asked him the collected during the' war, built' by;
New York% Friday last put '
on to his : &c: some poor. privilege visiting?! the prison, that I themselves; In'which' a' very.considerable ,
; pay lawyers' fees; and save be had just taken \In ;very the negroes
Southern .
a stop to"business'in!; markets., : night compare' it, wiLh't.he prisons 'at population live and, where
the'shelter that gives him,protection and '8tuband. wi t." ,
Point' Lookout Morns' Island in most' loathsome
> 'andothers.R
-' -. disease and Vice their,
a home 1" "The out of our1,difficulties is > abound.:
Fuu'.Th residence and'out.bnildingsof : working' rm and .levolting-characteiS; 'The'I I

'Cof. Ai j A' FISHER; between, two: and"thrl. Has he not,friends !enough" i ia FLORIDA,. only ',a matter, of, time., The, American I am not certain as ,to, askingpermission ; small poi,understood. ',.\Y making! !I sad-

who will come forward and do, it cheer" people!"endorse, the' polfc.VjOfPresidenlJOHNSON to go into the prison," but remember ,havoc among them. ,
.' .wilesiom! ,this cityl ,were,destroyed that the Adjutant said'I could 'not 'in. who bad leased bouglrter
+ fully:and:at o ceW have'a and will sustain him,:most tri .. go I Many persons (
by yesterday morning,about. 2 o'clock.: suggestion ; Maj. Gee consented that I might go on I 'gone into.'copartne-ylilp with land
It is'reported that the. -fire was" the 'w'orkof to,make; on',this subject j nnd'tl'usL it un1p'hantlyIeu' "! time! comes., If. tho'people the parapet ;surrounding 'the'prison.., In I 'ow'ners to raise'; cotton, twei'
but may meet a* ready response. The'CiI'cuitCou'rt of the Southern States would hold his; conversation I referred to certain rim 'to go to Chattanooga HuntsviHe.Macon; .
an incendiary. ,The loss is heavy; for Gadsden County"is now' in session Mass Meetings' and raise. their''' voices :in mois going;TOned the country in regard tomysl'lf and points further' South ,to I procure'
we.have.no IJRrtcuarq.r ] : ./ : Noith{ and others undergoing ,retaliationat hands and ''when'lh'hll,1, spewed I them
: the with of the they
at Quincy' If citizens ,of Gad- accord l the masses ; '
.. Island Memphisthey
-- : Mortis' for the treatment of and tianspnited! them to' :
,sden;. assembled there. ,will I organize orstari ,would do much strengthen his'haniis'::'. Federal prisoners at Salisbury.. Major had, deserted "en masse" fo'oIthe" attrac-
Io'aTnoup MAXWETL We: .ll.'lIrn
a movement for the'pecaniary_ aid of Gee said he was aware of ,these .nmors, tions and fascinations 1 city h'e-' 'And t
from! ,he JacksouMlle Union, that Col. .Maj;oh,'we feel 'confident that it will Excite: and that they 'did the prison at Salisbury' heaidof',one, man who had cotAiacted
MAXWELL, of Tallahassee, has 'returned : Tremendous Fenian great ojlist iee., He said that Gen. Bradley s'ith' a number) and had put t them on the
be promptlvrfollowed ., 1 % } 1'as
,in other localities f
from the North and ,met his family in up ment., ,, T. JohnsAii had ,just received a loiter cars to,transporttheni. t'ihisfarm, all
and the, good work'will: 'be ,nccom- front Gov., :, Var.'Ce'Jn I legatdtothe't '>bad the whistle blew and the\Haiti inovel,
Jacksonville for the : Fenians Irish; : 1around I ;
of taking : mostly ) in"t.n
purpose up The ( ,
dished with, buts very' :httie! "trouble,orcost : treatmentrmf'prisonersrat'Snlisbnr.: : )' ns off,'Rathl'l11 all hopon) the platfo>"
his future residence; at the Island city;; e.\y.York.city\a, wildwith: eX'cilement rumored,:and protestiog'against\ inhumanity his .
to any one Will they 'do it' 7 : ;, any :lustily'cheerhim': on, wav.;
L nandina.:, :- ,; ,' and enlhurias'in: on ;Sunday! 'the to tlie pilsoneis, a's'. Impolitic! The wfilcei'! of the Fieedmpn's.Bmeauin
>. , 'instant"\ u Jon tie announcement tlhat! and calculated'' to provoke 'letahatKiti ,' !Mempins;'on being npplipil, t.m, lV, II1P
SENATOR CALL-The; Jacksonville I Destitution Alabama.' the writ of "habeas corpus"! had the; pai fof: the'enemy... lhat( in answeij: ; for assistancekindIv, offered ;do till lie
to this letter, the best way was to end to coiiM<< 5n the, matter, but expressed: \ ;great
,Union learns from .late 'piivate" litters. ; We'are utterly astonished at the'tepeit- suspended in Ireland and;several of their 3ov, Vance a statement ot, the' intutts! ,be donLt'of,his ability:to:,,'\\Ii., ;anything l l t'e-

that Hon. )VILK.'CALL is employing his' I ed statements destitution' ; and' suffering number' thrown into prison: : Tire .Archbishop had issued that, ''day to the pusoireis.;'; -; mal'klJthnL!:!: iL hall bepn justay t much as

time at Washington industriot7slyj(; 'in'do' I our' neighbors Alabama... TTbereport 'of New ,York issued .I his interdict Major (Gee stared the qmliiand qpanti! IIP could do tn'gett! thirty, : hands, .i. for hit
iynong '
furnished"th.t(1a J, I don t'knomd' intiiiiainiii
ty; : ; own 'fiim. IhisvvaslliP flittt :
ing allUlat'Le the heads of of assemblage ."asan',
can among i the Committee on "Destitutionand forbidding the open I '
: that ['can tlreamount'pipcise'ly, but I h'\' ( ,'Lh"Lthp oniteis: of.lh<''nllr..au.Wl.'le
Departments, and wiJi the President,. in I Supplies," ,which has been presented profanation of the Lord's 'day- an"act'o I[ ,think it.,was ,6tozifinpnl) : 1, Ib-oi'! engaged in the! same! business haL 1 )pmpospil '

behalf of the, interests of Flip ida, and that to the Legislature of ''the Stat'e'leveali: a public scandal to'religion, and an outrage bread and l.I' think, 1 pint ul'soup' ) : .,.1 1, ,to'puter into!, 0 .I -was nlNII' intoiin-

of her citizens. The same advices statE condition of affairs stai'Urn' '*;: and alarming.: to the feelings of all good Catholics,'especially know the quanlity.nas. inure'! llinii!', I, evrileceived ,,1',1 bv ibis gerithtniatithatlie, hid only IPrieedinen -
in piisrm' : :. I cl'ivp,1, 'n.'applicatinn'rll"" !labor. ,Trout
that Mr. CALL has not presented his credentials Reports have been .received from all in this holy-'season'of Lent." : 'But MAj. Gee said that the shelter WAS bad, : since Ik-;; had been in chajgeof:

as yet, but that it is thought hewill counties except nine. ,In the- counties availed ,iiot1iM2 'or made the matter, jut as good ns he had power to 'lIIa,1\) it.I ; the. illicey\ : J "

await the advico,, of the President heard,from, there ale twelve: thousand 'worse. Whole cnngiegations
upon tho subject. The same source Of five hundred' and thil..ty" destitute. families d' .' ;; midst (of 'the"service 'and' took the Icily I[ have named from were issued 'dailj ','that. Min' A n'n svlcathle,4tatemettt.<<
'etence his remarks weie HUN
intelligence confirms the statements elsewhere numbering .fifty-two' 'thousand, nine. bun-. ; la'ilroad cars, stages&c., for Jones''Wood, was a daily allowance.; til the Report'ifthe: : National: \FieeilmenO -'

given, that Florida stands higheston died and t\\'entj.one persons'! The Com- J where over one hundred ihousapdii; {Fenians After, this conversation walked tonn 1 Relief Assncintiun! nccms" HIP follouiiiii (-

the I list of acceptability with the partyin miltee estimate tliermountequiied per spent Sunday:, listl'oing'to the vehement on the parapet, and inspected I lie pi':s,TIn statement, (not lees l'ema1'labJA

power. month for the support of these families at harangues' of their leaders and mar- bitter. well cold as I day could.-snow It was on in the FeunWij gioi") \ii mill thin In\l\rol'ahlc; ,) madp, 1 liy a teacher in

--- one hundred and eighty'one thousand tial music. The; contributions ns in money the ground hard frozen. The 'nrtliMiii the Fl'pCl' llIeu schnnl! at .Jickscuiv'll: (

The Press of rioritla. nine bundled, and ninety,seven dollars- amounted to more than 'one./indred'thafc-: embraced 10;; or'20' ncies. In it uus a I \Floiiiln"I\ '; ,

The Hcsscnyet is the tittle of a very being at the!, rate of two millions one hundred sand dollars. The! following:Appeal ,Ira! !large factory building, a swain/: luicK I ('tprpd\ ) n \fill\ 'in<.k to nsppitnin it i it
building adjoining it which seemed to be '
handsome paper just started it Madison and eighty-four thousand dollars perannum. been issued. from, Fenian Head-Qliftrt. a cook. house I saw no prisoners in wpipma rnni'lilnui,\ fur, a neuni l.ninlv
I. niovpln. Tlieie i fniiiiil a pony' \ + 'liin" ct
by Mr. W.L. PERRY, who has our' best by the great "head centre"; ol big In<51a either of these bni'dings.' There were J!' family-a mother nnd six: childipii, -nil

wishes for his complete sutLeis.Wo :Tbeie is no'money in the State Treasury of the concern : or 3 other buildings which apppeaied' lehospitals si i'C1q; every HUH df \them' has had a chill
hate ) ,' as there! were men who i\iy.\ Tn th condition have IIPPIIIfoi
now eleven papers pnblMied but the Committee has recommendedan BROTHERS ANDFELLOVV-COUSTBTEN : to they
in Florida, (seven of which hate been appropriation of$1,000,000 for this object I call upon all' Irishmen who desire:,to seemed to'be s>ck, looking out of HIP .r week or LIIO: And for three days tlio-
anc\ '
doors In different
fight for Ireland to repoit at once ,I'' to .windows palls mother bad nothing to eat She was moi,',n
started or revived since HIP close.of the which must be raised regardless of 'len Sweeney. There lit not an> hour' to of the eiWlosiue I saw peihaps30 01 CO ill than HIP otheis. I mined to the turn

war,) distributed as follows : Two et the liabilities in which it may involve the be lost Send into these headquarters puts of di'tVient sorts, which. Constituted place nnd there cat the children huddled,

) Jacksonville, one at Gainesville, one at Stale: the sinews of war, the want of whteli detains the only shelter I saw together in the. ashes with a. dish of cornmeal
in when we should be The prisoners were badly, us NewYoik een ,
Lake one
at Madison The I :
City Selma
one at Mon Times in commenting
upon "' much emaciated and looked like! menwho
in the field ot battle. I found on examination, tint, bl'l'arCclllJ\ ),,
ticello, two at-Tallahassee, one at Quincy, this subject, says ; Come forward, thl'n'\"ith your means had borne great suffering. This was not be made! of it They. weie eating it

one Maiianna and cue at Pensacola The consideration of this painful sub and contribute liberally; and you shall receive about all I sal\'. like so rrnny ftnimals 'rL was too sickening

as many as will be needed 1 for a longtime ject must sadden! and soften every heait. for all sums of ten dollars and over,' I don't;; know anything about the mim- 'sight. to contemplate, long, and t
We cannot,,without emotion, think oft tlie Ifish national bonds and a.guaianteefions : her of dead that day. Maj. Gee spoke ofthe !irtrti\ away fm, mote assistance than, I
piobably.A ?
hollow checks and sunken eyes, and 'Geneial! Sweeney and myself .that rations issued that day as the }ben old londer It was the often
-0.---- wan, sharp features of our suffeimg fellow the money will be scrupulously expanded: answer he could furnish GovVaiicp."CROSS' told stony, --'Iliisband and father consciip-

D/scoVERY.-TJo, Commissioner of creatures, of delicnte women sinking for arms, and munitions. of war.WON'T .. : EXAMIN ATIOX.I ted by the Rebels) and petished' doing

Customs at Washington has information into untimely graves: for want of food, of -=- I walked all around the enclosure. their murderous woik. And now these
the cry of innocent childhood for bread, Gee did not tell in words Rebels make not the slightest effort to
tlmt smuggling on an extensive scale is GIVE TUB RADICALS A' OFPicisA ; Maj me precise ,
or of strung men bowed down by famine. ; that he had done all he could to provide mitigate that buffering, or even to notice
being practiced at sever al Florida pOI ts Heaven help our poor countiy.Itailroad lette'r' from Washington reveals shelter, but that he had done the best he it, when it exists at their very doois. I

Whether truo or not, probably a sufficient I. fact Lh does not appear in the earliest. oould with the facilities at his comnmnd hope all Christians at the North are doing

number of detectives, &c., who can "take Election published account of' the President's' Ibis only remark was what I have already and will do all in their power for the poor

the oath," will be sent down here to look ppeech'to tbe' Committee froin'Montana stated--that the shelter'was', as good ash wretched white people ai the Sll\th.f
The Lake City Press states that ,at an '. .' :could make it, with the ,facilities I at The negro will help himself generally, if
into the matter Very likely, some enterprising At t1le'cose] lie said : he be allowed. I am ceitninofit ; but'
election for Directors the F. A. & G.'C.Raihoad : hIs commandBy. ,/
person with a view to obtain "There a' commission my ,table" .the Court- the ignorant,. degraded' whites are lower
ing a "situation," furnished the information Company (In the 23d., lilt., the now, which was filled out for'Mr. > There is abundance timber" in that" ,down in the le-mol'e 1lelpl I think."

to the Commissioner. following gentlemen: were chosen ; but he will 'never see it, I know as well l'ction'of the countiy.. The W. N.. C. R. '
S. L. N black, W. M. Ices, M. W. Smith. I what is going on out that way as' you.,do. R. and the N.;' C. R: R.: run to Salisbury, lIIRSTEPnEI'S' SPEECII AT THE NORTH. '
John V, Brown, John S. Sammis, Theodore I knov you have what you call 'Chase I don'lknow as to the wagon facilities.'he .- -The Boston Post says of the recent pati -

jam,' The Daily Georgia citizen is the Ilaruidge; Ossian B, Hart, Cyrus. faction,' and, I don't know what other means'of transportation on the railroads 'lolic' speech" of }If; Stephens : '

'title of a large and beautiful sheet stalled Tiisbee, S. N, Williams.Subsequently factions. But I know'what I .am trying ,at that time were bad. .I don't
The of Alex. before
speech JI. Stephens
as evening paper at Macon by Mr. ; S. L. NIBLACK was elected to do for restoration \ and if"you, *or any think that Gee said that the report of the the Georgia Legislature Is doing more-
other'OIl'n; think; I am to place of the unfounded
going sufferings prisoners was -
H i. 11.: F.. W. AKDREWS. Ills 'the old "Citi- President;,W. Brjson' Superintendent, men in promirent positions who will! use but that the charge of inhumanity and for. the real work of restoration than all
Keti" revived *'we'trust under the and T, II. Maxey: Secretary and Treasurer. their places to they the speeches of the Snmners and Stevens '
most Oppose ;my policy;, brutality was ,That ,there were times that have been made' since Congress'assembled. '
are very much mistaken. You may tell when he could not sufficiency of
favorable Terms a
auspices. $10 for daily get sup. '
The .release of ;Mr Stephens'from
this to whom have
for'six months; you please. I desire. to plies, .and the pnsoneis could not get
$5 : confinement at Fort Warren is ,
per year ; it prov
FOR'' ?-I BxcoThe'stl.'am"r which sailed thoroughly understood. that they ought to have.'
-"---b.--._ V ed to be the wisest thing that could have' I
: from New Yoik for Vera Cruz on the -, --. .
'PoL'cr. I been done in his case. ,The President. has '
THE TJUTE of declaimin'aeainst '
21th nit carried out several more South FOR"DRulL-The' Mobile, 'Tribune AFLAROEBID.The'MaconTelegraphis thus illustrated the very point which he

Ole press'and:citizens of ern people to Mexico ;; 'among: them Dr. of the.3d,.states that the s'teamsbip''l\I informed that'the Adams Express Company called the central idea of hit policy in

Savannah .for'endeavoring to grasp the which 'sait' have offered the National Express his conversation with Gov. Cox, and doneit
Wheelus formerly of Eufaula, .Ala., Jas. ear et, was to front that port
trade of Florida by extending her ,railroad Tucker Company ofwhich Gen. Joseph E. Johnston very effectually j r that was, to start to
; of Virginia; the wife and family on the Cth, for Brazil, had many of the life again the spirit of loyalty within the
connections, the Jacksonville Union tells Col. Andrews most respectable Is president,.two millions of 'dollars '
of of North' Carolina; andotb' citizens of that section Southern States so that they might as .

its readers plainly' ,, that il e_ 9mml.' clal 'l s: 'Rev. Dr. Elliott, of South Carolina upon her l t'ofpas eng ls....' *' ;:_ t o surrender their charter and get out ofthe soon as possible become- living members,, ',

tendencies of Represent RaiJ roadwsystemof ; brother of Bishop. Elliott,.of Oeorg'ia.bis '. ray; If !true,'. this ,furnishes some of the Uiflbn, -'. ,"" "" ., t.
FII'tda.are to build.upjGeorgiaailroad Idea of the immense business of the former ---- ---
also gone. WG n. ORAT'h'as. assured Es-Pro- '
interests and'Georgia' .seaportsrat ., .,. ,., +"" .-, visional Gov. Jon.ssos that he will,remove, concerts and the profits to the stockholders The.CONFISCATED Government COTTOS Treasury:! TO'B5ISOLD.'agents have--

the expense of the railroads and 'seaportsof ttr The Georgia Methodist all the negro from Georgia : _,
and i Episcopal troops as soon received orders to commence!! the eale' of
Flat Ida, asks the : "Will our peoplebe C Conference has appoipted the first Friday as he Can.substitute otheis_l ;i.which is."prob.! t:?'. The President has 'issued orders cotton seized by the military:'authorities
teachings of 'Saran
instructed by in 4PI'1[': M: a day of fasting, humiliationand ably already* done. *. to, the Government Departments to with. as confiscated and abandoned property,' <
the of their
nah, if not by urgent appeals prayer. .. .. (dr'aw'their'advertisements.= and printing! .

own pi'ess 1" I .. ... J3T The' Bainbridge Chart and Compass from' Forney's paper'The Washington '"IlABD, TIMES.".-They ,are talking: of

gf The oil fever is raging in Alabama (W; ,!The Georgia Baptist! Conventionfor learns that the Brunswick' and Flor, Chronicle.t3T'Spoculation.- building an Opera IIouse at' Macon,,: The

*nd 'Ii well is being sunk on Calltoll\jJl\ ,}J866;to called to meet at.:Macon on ida Railroadwould, be complete to the In, In real estate, In New Telegiaph (says one man had offered to

Jlonigomeiy. Neatly fifty companies Friday. ,betoje the,fourth,Sunday {n,April. itialJPpint on the Atlantic'and Gulf Road York: City has assumed all the wild and &ubscribe 810,000, awl} thinks! .H I will pay. ,i'

are organised.: lle1 ,: ,. by the tenth of e month, : lash features of gold BJccul( tiVlI. Iland ol)1ely.) '

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';,'/ 'c',, .: I.,'" ,:,.," I BY TELEGRAPH._ Impeaching a meeting held the In Chicago President.At on tile. ID 111 4tvtdi; zatx. -- DRUGS DRUGS !U! I McKIBBlN\ & ALLEN .ii qlJ

;1'J''J' :':"; :>.: CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. 2Cth ult., In opposition to the 1'residpnt's / "" ,

) JI.. policy, lion. William Bross, of the Chicago .- JULIAN BETTON, WHOLESALE: .AND'RETAIL.LARGEST,- HAVE NOW'IN STORK ,
*\ WAsnixotoy March 9. The House Tribune 'Illinoi .
Lleut Governor of DEALER IS *
> 'I 'hill securing civil rights to all persons. T \
made in which he said
a speech
,?> without regard to color, lri nil the States, i Boots Shoes and Leather The & and Handsomest '" '
*, was referred back to the Judiciary: Comit.iY "It may be that we have another con Largest

\/, tee. Many Republicans disagreed, as to test ; and It now may he that If this difficulty TALLAHASSEE, FLA. In the Stat of Geol'gla. i- v. q
i cocs on-having commenced when
the Constitutional power to pass it in its \

: 'J present shape, believing that It invaded President Johnson made his Inaugural First Door North of State Hunk. ----------- -. ASSORTMENT OF :
s to a great extent, the lights of the States. address, nfld! culminating: on last Thuiv ,
day night In Washington-it be I March t, 1860. 3m "
may .
The Senate discussed the Constitution MEDICINES: ; Chemical,
nl amendment apportioning rcpresentalion say, that we have another contest to try, DRUGS Medicines nod 1'ort'umortes. GOODS S '
R among the States if this tiling goes on from had te worse as Trusses, Surgical: Instruments, Dye Stuff, PRY .
It has commenced and that Is whetherthe Flavoring Earner, &0", &o.
Mr. Henderson offered substitute ,
a declaring I Hole Agent for Ilolmhnld's Exlrnct of Kuchii ,
that no State, in prescribing:; qualifications Chief Executive of these United CARGOARRIVED nn for voters, shill discriminate on States cannot be impeached and deposedby ANOTHER rrcpnratlnns, Russ St. Domingo Putters and EVER OFFERED FOR sALfe IN FLORIDA ,
Preparations, Honfland's Gorman nittur ,Cloek's
the American
account of color or race:: lie said his people Congress assembled Hair Restorer, Thornpson'ii and Ph alan'. Hiilr
State. Missouri, would give negro suffrage [Vociferous checrs.f[ In the Preparations and Toilet A rtlclcn Well's Strontthrnlne ,. ".
and that the whole South would be history of the past no such contingency I'lnBtorn and all other Patent Medicines bo- : '
:, compelled to do so in five years has arisen but if the President of the 1 foru the undo. "

, tf *' The substitute disagreed to, and the United continues his dNgraceful" ALSO Consisting iiipart; of ': ,,;

original resolution then rejected by a vote I [Here\ there was some confusion In the tTha ** "

'1 of 25!! to 22. \Ir. Sumner and other Radicals audience Sir. Dross continued: ] most extensive nnd complete stock uf Brown and Bleached :Muslins, ; "

4 voted against It.:... "I can say. my fellow-citizeni that ,{: Zia

NEW YORK MARKETS.NKW this contingency may aisle, and if ariseit PAINTS Jacriu"t! ti; .
if must, if that threat that Congress has ; .

YORK, March 9.-The cotton market appointed an irresponsiplejunto Is carried Oils Varnishes, French Zinc, Color, Arll.lo'nll.l1'nlnl Cambric; 'and ,, f. 'I' M'l
] is dull and declining from H to 2c. McKIBBlN' & ALLEN .
: but, tliere; is power enough, and authority r' Materials' ho found In nay m>o- > ,.
t Sales today, 1,0(10( halos at 41c. to 42c. enough, and patriotism enough, in this linn. of the South, mod nt prlot-n which Annu- :
Gold 133 I. !. Swiss
quoted, nation to save it at all hazards." '
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At a subsequent meeting of the German -* i1'ilnton
Flannc "
1 DEXT.WASIIIXOTOK :- Radicals, the following resolutions were TALLAHASSEE, FLA. s17'Ickinrs

I March 9.-A committee adopted, among others : Every variety of plans, French and Germnn ". "
1'latp, St.ilni-d, Cut and Sky Light Huso, "
single ., .
.1 from! the Maryland: Legislature! presented Jlfsoleeil/ That the Hotisfi of i'tepr s9u- nod double thickness .,,
v 'to the 1'iesidenl) yesterday, the r lesolti- tatives !is asked to make measures at onceto .J

I lions of that body approving his policy. cause the impeachment( of the President lIAVli .I'UeST RECEIVED Pure French Brandies Blankets. ,

I I A Kentuckv delegation also )presentedthe for his many unconstitutional acts, I ,

i )proceeding of a meeting nt Frankfort the more as according to the Constitutionhigh Cloths and
1 approving!!: his late veto message. misdemeanors ever are made sufficient .
Wines and Whiskies
I The President,) in tesponse) in bo'th' delegations proniid for such impeachment VIA ST MARKS :
ieiieat.ed' : dptl'l initiation to Jtfxilt'cd That Congress continue in (CassimereSt
defeat, ihe Constitution, nnnitist all attacks I"siollllntilJal'ch.! ISO", in order to other For Modic'nni'for purposes; nnd n 'largo supply nf
Liquors general use
1'1'011Il'hal ereI' q lIal.tl'rIiI1'(( )' may prevent any "eoiip'd clot," should siren IIP .

1) ... IJH reci'ived.REPORTED\ attempted by the would lie Nfcpofiori. : A I.A1KJ10 Ix 'OICc.OFHAFARE' Bruch Foucher & Co.'sCHAMPAGNES.
and to prevent, the abuse of :the, i'Mmetisepatronaae i e Ladies' Dress
RESIGNATION 01'; Si*AXTON' !: in behalf) nf the iu-w tion4'Nik'r-\ \ ,
ate parly.

CHICAGO. March 8.-The Republican, There is no occn' :nn (for t-ntiflmpnt: I ffn Polo Acontsof the only true Import! Brand French! Merinos
liris plp'IlIII'I'III11( Cincinnati staling These senliinents. ThesI.ak, ( for I themselves j; In the country, vli: Carte U'Or Lee IJ'Or nod ,
tint ,reliable) and are the direct ri:I'eMvlt of the Silery, pronounced by nil conuolstirurit superior
a private dispatch" entirely
lioin Washington! had been received there shamelessness\ that has in li keii, the illleviuices I I In tiny heretofore In 'use.Kprrlul English Merinos, f
of diseased politician and. edi- I
Kialing lli it ,l Ir.u Siiinton/ Secretary of Agent for the American Vintage! Com
War would,! Moor resign toil that i plISteadlln. 'totc" who have, attacked President Johnson. mill, n large stock'01' their celebrated CM-
.. Jlow[ di> lie people like th" Ide.l ofn forma brands constancy on b"ud.lh' Alpacas
hall ag'wd' ) to accept the |lust iDRYGOODSLI&UORS ,
tiuu.' perpetual' ( Congress 1 C'lefilunJ )livid,/. :
4 special nrrnnementii with Manufacturers
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I and Importers of the North and In Europe war. French and English
l'l xxsnXT.llEPUBLIC.X: COX ThThe <> :Uooult ::1lozHh. rant inn In not only gimnintonlng, the ubrioluto Poplins,

VENTIOX.llAniisiii''Ko. month of Feb-nirv, lEt;., uliicli: 'i Purity and Genuineness of my entlro stock, but
tilnu iMiable me to sell nny of the above tmm-
Poil dc
Maich 8.-Ttfe Union is nnw' gone will\ lie marked In I the as. Honed knelt e,I'ftnodsnt firs cost pilcc's-In Dome Cheevers,
Slim1: C'linvciiiii'ii' have nominated, (it'll.XKW triinonik'al" calendar as lilt I ,wlfllh'heh! lines o\'eR leas than transportation.Anrxamlnallon .

nelll'Y 1'0" GIII."III'i had no lull moon. January had two full I Iinonns I ; [Plain and : ?ahcy
and, Marcli\. 51rhm> i tau, hilt of my prices will sustain these

.... YORK MARKETS.) February), hud hon'e. Of eiuirsp ibis pCI.liar /". xtntunielitd lu every purtlculnr.
OMiijectVirA of period's, tlint mikes AVoblDelaines
Nsw YORK March 8 Cotinn i ii dhl FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.W. J
: .
tin full ittmm l l slunv her face lull a few .."0. ct: c. caos t.
Sales tn-ilav I.'!Ot) bales; at11:! and! 4fc. the 1trct \
limits liefore niWnth cntnes In, nndazaina )
Girl quoted| ,I at l"3.f'ONGIES: : ('PIIn'ul\ nf'rllu< nnuiili ones I' M. WALSH,

nit I. is n tine i thing in muiire- loll:. h-iu \ ", i, 1 I'-no.' tf American Delaines
;lOX \ r"
; j raredo you SMppusegeiiile; :: 1 t easier! lii S. F. ('or. Karimrd Ilroiiffhtoii !&l., ,
< V AsiuxiiTi'.v: Maich 8-In! time SennleI i has lint oceiireil, lI..fn.In, votir" Hi'iMimi-; ,

I tn-il.iv rfsnlntioiii avers ..ff..,I'll ,1t') haling! I nor '\II"" --lIot sin, ;e the lime ul' WashingI . XAVAIVx\AII; HEO. Fancy Silks,
thai tn Congress, a d not to the' bxvcutive. .: I ton ; nut since' the discovery, .Ameiiita tI ---- -- ------ -

'I l>foii:jH the power" nf r reestablishing'ivil | by (CIIIIIIl'lhll1'0; nor since the l.'hrlstmni feb G, !SG6-tf In

\ guve. t ntenG in the lately MvededSllcl I i i era, imr siiito the\ Fall of Adam') our, For New Orleans MTouisSAMi great"ari'ety ,

"S.IVti'liiiS, ,,islnecMlie creating, of the, world!, unless i JOHN ; I
the rnnslilniiiinnl i: I amendment that period! be placed back myriad') of 'VV'1.n.1er; Sha"tiV1o

.),.hatl' in tAe ",,use' Mr! liiuilwell, frohillit years. Ami'} it will \Hot\ occur Again accor- i rni; KTEAMEKI Attorney at Law,

Itt'uoi.Mriicilun! Commiiiw, made a ding: to the computation\\ of astronomers! [ AT ALL PRICES.
rep of si'jned! by, himself and') Mr. \VasliIjiiui fir two amid ft half) millions of years- f 175' Bay Street, !j

nf lllini'is, staling that East Tonnes X./J/II"c 111f' 1"','''. SAVANNAH OEOHGIA. ------
see i if loyal, lint Middle), and West 'J ernes ____ I I't' ;

see are dihloviil., They propose, as 11111II.Ht.illllal \V see by i the OrdiiiAnbvs of the ci'y' of i iAiisiixm February 24,I860. lust! Cloths and CassiniercsI.V
uundiiion' for admUM in-, that that Jlak of $IVO\) () per nionih U j! ------- --- -- ---- i

suii' age be conferred, without regard to imposed) bv (the HUtlmrilie! of that. city on j WILLARD'SLIVERY

race or color Gift, Enterl'rir| Thin i la coming down | J. L. SMALLWOOD GREAT VARIETY '
A bill' was debated' declaring Jill Mack i pretty hard on ihe institution. \Ve pl'e : STABLES

cit'zens coufert lug them t'lJuall'lght howi Vi-r it i is Ignited, the GEOl Gi uV. blFT
upon nuiiie, upiiii by I MA3TEK ItA TAX:; !> CAPS,
,mid,, I iinesiing! minorities with power fur cily f.hers as 1111 iiiNtituiion\ rather of delL QUI\CV, 1'J.OKIDA.
their .. : riiiieni tliin advaoiarro the Wll.r ply hcrvrtflcr jpgulnrly between the
>n.lATDRlllOM to
\ own 1' :
: : and tho above Port,
and therefore, the lax in placed commullltY'j: HACKS are always In readiness to convey BOOTS AM SHOES, ,
Touching ill Apulncliicolu. nler. urrlvlnp on the Railroad trains,
with the intention abate
EUROPE rate to
to or any point to
view us nuisance.!. It either drives it out For Ttt eight or further niirtleulniii' ,A.iK.V.nnnlv loMclilBBIN they loiiy desire to go. IIAUDNVAKE; 1
or makes it u paying\ institution. TIIEO. WIM.ARD.Febru.iry .
ARRIVAL OF THE JAVA. 'l'allllhnd, Feb. 27,16H8. if .
21., 1806. tw
Would not our city .'fathers do well, lu --- _
view of the tightened state of our city's finance BLACKSMITHINC CROCKERY,
*), to turn their attention to this
fORK, MUlch 8.-The steamer source of revenue from like institutions !! Till Ware &c.. &c- !I
H. B. FITTS & CO. .
Java, Ins arrived' at this port with Liverpool this 1liulit-VnluntbuB! Hun SCCCHSSORS TO JAS. DOYlE .
advices tu the 25th; ult. now prepared to execute every d"Ml'I'J' !'
AKE ----
W A Chicagoan applies fur a divorce of .
MARKETS.Cotton. because his wife proves to have a cork leg. Corner Bay and Whitaker Sts.( i BLACKSMITHING '

in Lhorpool) showed a declineof :She resists because, us the alleges, he knew In the brut innnnur, and as low nn OTSAaASSa" G-ROOEn.XES
l-2d on the week's operations. Salesof all aliout that before marriage. :She; the COlt material; &0., will admit' ol. Tliuy
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. have eucurod! the services of some of the
the week, 58000 hales ; of Friday 8-, the real trOllble Is, that she dues not possessa FLOUR,

(MJOj j 9f Saturday, GOUO, ) ; the market closing couple: of houses thai he supposed she did. BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. .

: easier Those who may favor: us with their pntrnnugo SUGAR
Consuls were unchanged ; FiveTwenties n:: The scoundrels who stole )Ir. A. WHOLESALE GROCERS will ho guaranteed entire sntlHfnotlon\ J

CO! t-4c, 09( 1-2. MCDONALD'S; horses and mules, one night Bf'.Sho. nearly opposite thu foal (Ifflr .

,l'olilicalll'I/t'1i unimportant last week, were overtaken at Tallahassee Feb.. 3, JS66' : : 'TOBACCO, etc., &c.
Florida. The animals: were recovered AND DIALERS I"PROVISIONS IINOTICE. \

'..gFFEcrs OF TUB VKTOATTUB SOUTH." but the thieves escaped.-Quit man 2! I ALEXANDER OALLIE ) Powder; Shot and Percussion
tJn this head the radioes have sent flel' ,
r versus > Attachment.VALENTINE "
_n ____ __ _____ JOHNSON S 1 Caps. J"
out from \Va.lit gton (he following tissue ,
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Amount sworn tn, F1S 871.S.S ', ..'" 1. .
of hies IDt1\t 3\11v.n'1i .nn nt,;:. Foreign and Domestic Liquors lE defendant nnd nil others Interested are ".
General IlowurJ has received n numberof L hereby notified of the romroeiicmueiit r.f the r'I| ,
telegrams from Assistant Commissioners above suit, and to appear bufore me In the city (If1'a11nh".eo.
go-called AVOOUTCJSTVAI4K: Leon coucty, Florida, on the second Wines & Liquors
in rcsterej States.
the! They represent 1866 and ,
J.VO'rXOE.SIX Monday lu June pleiid lo the same., or
that the veto is hailed by the enemies judgwuut will bo given by default:
ofthe WEEKS after' date the! tindorslKned U. II. FISHER '
Government with much jubilance wilt ,
and eulhusiumii, and that they have the Judge of Probate of "rU\lIIX lAII n; Juntlco of the I'varD. The'l largest Stock in tho State'
ty, for Leiters of adiululatratlou, de bungs sonron, February 16. 1866. fob17uw3rtP0vGxs I, .
become troublesome : also, tlia disorders Lire Estate of James Lockermau, late of said|
and outrages ore ineteiiimg. They ctate county,deceased &c. &c. &c. AivjPLOUGH C CONSISTING OF .
that the civilians and l agents of the Uurenu J. A, EDiroSDSoN., ?
and! the Commissioner Tallahassee, March 13, 18ua ... lawgw .
are paralyzed request -. IRON. WHISKY1, BRANDY, caN, CHAM
detail true and tried officers .
to ii8 agents FOR '
'.' .-. .of the Union army. The freedmen, understanding 10, II, 60 and 00 Plough; P.\GNE.rORT, SHERRY AND
,:, fronrthe enemies of the eount PRISON, ItAtKIOn: K. C., r V' "" AGENTS FOB NOS. 8 Inch Cast Ualf Bliovol: do. CLARET WINES; COCKTAIL :
February !Ud, 1806. (STIlE ,. 8 Inch wide Iron. '
that the Government protection Is to be AND STOM4CIBIT"TERS&c
try For sale atFebruary .
subscriber, In order Id
,.. .' "withdrawn, are uneasy, and disposed to ... to conduct his d or.A.Y'r.: : .. O rt.' LENCelebrated I). n. MEGINNISS A 'CO'H. ; ., &c.7'l'he .
'. leave the States. otl'ura; for mile At a bargain all I'IIlse. ... .! 27, 1860. _;_ I tf_ '
.. .- etl'ecti heal and Persona, rlz : B- merchants, of Florida nre respectfully
"t gr ,William B.' Astor owns 1,800 A Dwelling,flou e and l Otllceand'Lpt, advantageously altuated In the Albany before deciding to
1Iou.esln New Yorknnd; in charged with town of Quincy ,jtt..>> at MONTHS after the Ont publletttiou of purchase in Nt'York',
the responsibility crr 'thA recent large advance A Buggy, and set of Double Harness, together .. notice, I will present my AcoounU and as we will duplicate all bills: at New Yorkprices' j
in One little house which with many articles which will be wade known IMl'J1RIAL: Vouchers. Administrator of the oitatn of thereby laving them time and
rents. on appfcatlonIncluding.Medicines, Book.,aDd Redden \V. I'arramoro, late of Madison county, 'reicht. ,
he rented for $800 was 10'lrUlDeol. to Florida,.deceased, to the j
two years ago, put Surgical :_ .. Honorable Judge of
ul $1,500 last year, and this year he,charges Apply to Dr. C, A GEE, my Agent qfl JIttorooy CREAM'-ALE. Probate of Madison; further and apply' Q'rrositively'nogeoda said at retail..lec.5..1S65 .
In fart for local discharge from dtninlttratloiiupon
.' $3,500. But then, poor mm, he need) JDHN n..on:'. S i .. -
: the Afnrch q.I966 "t ,\LEX.\r\11EH SMITH. ,
money. 66 5avauualu; ..' ; E,19G6.Ii
(j. Feb. :.4,1965: ,- Jm March law Our ) --tf '

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J ): t 'I : I I Mormonism 1VIIOLESALERETAIL: \ 'STORE.

-"alone Mr. :F. Percy, a witness in the

; the coars- case of a Mormon marriage which

: personal came before the Divorce Court on ----.--

<'I, Enrag the 20th, writes to a cotemporary: t

.. t"' utter- What I did say was' that I once saw' WQ AQ f1i @

able speech a man and his four wives living in a ,

it small room containing three or four .

[ : I was inebri beds, separated by curtains only. I
is may add that this was a most heart WE 'RESPECTFULLY. : IXFOItM. OUR FRIENDS THAT XVJC II A\ 1:
I lD!: A d
little story rending case. Three of the women ;

some other were sisters, sweetly pretty, accomplished wmO1m] 3.iLLl 3 I'D rnrn ll S32@IDTh

( of the late English girls, whom I had '
ngo : known here. They were all married At'tho old Stnud Tallalmpue", where\ we are prepared supply customer with nil kinds o

; : liclLl Con on the same day to their Mormon
Dry Goods Groceries;< Boots and Shoes
elder ,
", delegation -elder in a double sense-and

< the what i is in with the
1 urged harmony discord,
fiom the a butcher by trade. The heavy/ expression ,

: as a of gravity and care on the AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
eo habit of t old first wife's face I shall never forget ,

and tears come to my eyes n i was .A't trio Xjo-vcrost Cash Prl.cosror: Cash ox* i

) "and! do I remember the hopelessness of COTTON". ,, \,

his whisky, tone with which one of the young
eILnhll.h.1brnneh of bur homo In New York, to furulnh Gouda of nlkbde ;
? ones said! in answer to a question of flaring: we arc prepared
," 1 In fln'l1ullnH: )', on too shortest iiatlcu und the most lulvunliigooua terme.Cash .
; re mine, 'Ah, we don't sing now.: In

tho Pres. England they used to sing like a Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to

\; could tejl I choir of angels."-English paper.

of tho ---.-.--
tho army.. OK IPS.--- Indianapolis I

: : Journal says a lady has d'R.K ;
: ::N'E"VV> "sir : :. t
; : .-A just paid to the Collector the penaltyof 'IlIlInhI\R.oe, Jnn. 0,1805-ly .. I
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; constructed 1 $50, which by section 158 of the I

Internal Revenue; Law is assessed PEN. &GEOKGIARAILKOAD. of Varieties
: i Alban)'. It Emporium) ,

and thirty against parties to mortgages', deeds, ..
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who fail affix tho ...... .
) ', water mark.. etc., to requisite } -- ,

: in June stamp at tins time of execution thereof '_n_ )
and do to the Collectorto CHANGE 'SCHEDULE.TiLI.AIli3.HBE ,
: I ; 1 : on twenty apply OF .

winch, have 'deficiency remedied be- Jan 1.1, 1SGO.0V : 'X1, A J, 1. .A. :H A, S S Ji: K, It-r,A.-.

admit the foro the, expiration of twelve calendar : noel after this date the Tr&inK' : .
the months fiorn the execution of Ihu IViiHMcuIn mid ouul'glu! Uiillriuid{ will I (i'opper.} ) Tin and largest run dally IIH I'ulUms:
structure such instn JCnt. As this action of EASTWARD, SlmEl' AMKUFACTFRLK/ : : ,

of timber, the law is not generally understood I Invo (iiilncynt.............-...... -130 A. M.
'I ,\r. fe nt'rullnhunaeunt----------- U.n'Lravc 11I\II't IS
: : cast-iron. I and as parties are frequently troub- Tnllulinasi'i'.:............. 7nO' "
led! to know what to in Arrive nt M I idlKon at----------------I CCI l "
; On course pursue Ji'iivo' Mill'sull( in...___....._......ltu: ) ", English i Trench :and Bcmes-:
t ; : ; of cars cases where they hold the instrument Anl\cd ut take City lit............ :8.0 1'. M. .
to which the has failed tic Goods,
the first executor WEST WA RI)

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ed to affix the in : r..n1.lIk"/ 'City nl. : S 30 i\ M.Anlu'iit
will run requisite stamp order ftiullinnnt: .....-..........12-211 1', M.Lflivu I. Plain1 Fancy: & Japanned Ware
; =; that to make such instrument valid, MiulNnii/ at------------------.12.60' I I ,
;! so ..... ......
1.r'.I\'o' at'ritllnhnaseu at. 4 ilU\ j I
to go from we give the law on the subject. At !. "o'1\Itnhnss''ent---, : .......... .'M'O' 'i STOVE\ : .
change any time previous to thc'e.vpiration' of Anheotiiulncj-Et-:...--.::.-.. ... "H.JO( I' HE/BQUARTSFS. :

twelve months from the date of thee ST. MAIIKS TR,1II.ent \.
: : considera 'Tallnhnwp, :......:.... .... : X 1 Ihrgp ami I liMiiNniiif, !I Vnil"ly nl
to b, I execution, by applying to the Collector tlrivolitSt.nrutki, at....--.-.. ....
the of the district in. which he resides AiTlMMitTull.iliii Lo.ne, :$t. Mark< ,lit*..ee_.II..1--------------..'...._......l,7.30.1'1. iCOOKINFSTOVES: ,

time. and paying for the necessary t'-""-111111'nil hour will b 11 glvi'ii mi KM* "" '
it ''be I him affixed of tho earn nt 1l"ijldUII 1'or JJIiini'iij cut:
stamp, by can and viiiiliiithlii, tt..\'.
overhead celled and tendered valid provided A lIu', of .1lIlU.1J.lwecn QlIllIo1I.I.I.kr., ). I '
; .'Ilona'md, I :!; high: !:
:and -!!>i'twc'cMi Munvlft'lln Hint i i ,
has been always, that the failure: to stamp the imvlllo i tt ill uoi.iicol will, 111111 tGiiii\ M.E.tOrTlirv. 1

: the work i ift triurieut did not arise !rout any : 'A l I'n.1'1l'1l'I'' !
lUIl'f .1an.lit.' ISflO- If 1 re "h"m'1 I
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be com wilful 'desire to evade the operation ----- -- I

passen of tho Rcvi'iiuo: Law.t any time Hodgkiss Scott & 1'u.XM; II

the streets after the expiration twelve months I
1'.t !: LIll1C1\: ( ( 1! -,S'ldAI'S." :
is fixed as from the late of execution, the COMMISSION MERCHANTS |! ,

1 the South stamp can be also affixed by the 1 i "Ml flill'! aril, fn n i rh't! : :ni'.l m t iit 11f\i\t-\ \ -n i'::'M- )

: : street Collector, but it I:i made his duty to NO.24 OLD SLIP, NEW YOY2K.'Chins. .' i I ""ijrr. 'I icy run' I I"r' >J.tl'| | rig,I"i it, nnj' | mi' ofi
: assess against tho applicant a It. I1o.lkl.lnLu; ufViumU-li. brut!,iii'., !I i he, t",mi til''i \' \viili |.ri |, L i MIIMM| ( I:
Broad-I. penal H.il tl 11101" '. j' I'll'KS.inii:: l.l.lUiUS: :( : i-i-iMiu, "i'i i\\, I i il.Olll .
capital: ] ,. ty of 50. G. \\'. 8c 11ofl1l'm"fG. V'. :Scott A. Co 'l'nllnliaueiHi \ ( ill. ), ., ,
'mout J.'itl; L'u! -fii'_, (; I-
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:; It is. ---- ..- R. II. rouge, of Grin of IW.o: 4 BiiMjitl' lluni.lililjt ill!! llnUII 1'11H".. (111'UII'flll.d l| !llMiOllpinN. "
upon two :: }"Last August, Charles Russell, I'lK. 81.ret Zinc:! Slcci I Li ml.tr'M'"ll .
\\'. tt. i'lirlw. of drat of 0. \V. Scott & Co., Till- .
at Pittsliold
Mass. had : \\ntk
l; with $2,500 stolen liilii.M"i' FlM. : ut e\t-iy ilpM-iitit.i t : liitiniB
I The from him. .\ reward was offered for vii hlmi L 1I..liet'.
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steam or the return of the money, but until recently Siikclil iittc-titlon jrlvi-n tu lliu ado: of all klnifn of
-U 2'O't 1 033.: 13AVOODDN .
: nothing has been heard of it. SOUTHERN PRODUCE,

Last Saturday Mr. Russell received : W\1n:,
:illlll til till plU'cllllHU 1111(1 Hhlpt'lllMlt of
I 111.T.tii'l.lnl., .
into through post-office a letter uutilt
,1 an '
it Pittsfiold, and containing $.: O.- I BloiLse)fold :amid Plantation Goods, JbYs, ,
l lJItls'nJ\S I'TIEH\TS: :
] J berries of Tho '\letter contained) no signature, Wares, Implements" Of every clesciijiiinn' min !J'J'lIId. ('ulllll,1,

bottle and was as follows' "I return yon examine lipfoie' |.iiicli.i:"iii,? el.-e l.uic.,
: may glow $50 of the $_,500 you lost. Most ot MACHINERY, &0. | Nov 7. 1M7)in<

: its beads it I lost gambling: in New York. 1 I Saddle Harness
or antbcr, pay you the rest as soon as I can REFERENCES : t

\ drank it, earn it. / I have met with a change MciiVii" Currier A; Co., Now York !
.). L Moore, UiitUii, in.
of heart. God .
j ; it in im May forgive me. llrjanV Crnnm, MOlIllulller111.. .
t aroma A. IB ml, Mucon; On. -- I
may tile' I K. Bond), Muoon, Git.T .
E Probably largest spring .. VVhltfleld, Demnpolls, AI.111. .. I oIIUstrer'elreil u huge assort:;;
Blest in the world is the one in I the center \\\' bully, .I'rcaidoiit. State Bunk at Florida\ llldllt Oi Uuudti,collblblll g HiIcntlcmeii'ii
yet TuiliihniiiH.'n.\ : .
of lluiitsullo
spotted Ala., from which T'I.IK. E. rinmbclton, Tres. Md. Fire; Inn. Coin ( and I.udli-a'! [t-'iKlcllcc,
stream of water flows sufficient to pony, Haltlinore.Oct. Fine Double, timl ylni/lo lIor',,'..,
and 24-tf Bridles,.ColKim mid Wilj.ii,
lights of float a thirty tun batleau. It 55'an Kmldlo: ()Iulh.. ,
object of great interest to the Shoe ('Indlnpnoreriry detcrlptlou'Luathcir
its sweet people PRATOPJUS: & CLARK, of all kinds,
; who of the neighborhood and visitors.: Traveling\ "t-'atchda and't'runk .
s'ren Another spring in' Florence in that MERCHANT Saddle and( ]lariii-u Hardware,
TAILORS() Ciirrlngu TrlminliiKN,
State throws Wagon and Buggy Hubs,
out a body:of water estimated -
: and in Buggy !Blmfu:; Spoli'8 and Klma,
;: 'of hell.- at seventeen thousand cubic TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Buggy AxlA and !tijirliigi:; ,
feet per minute.
au .L.. and for mile u large and varied apartment urGENTLEMENSCLOTHiNG BUGGIES 1
J of every dcrcrfptlon, '
: This momentous question keing Machine' Balllntf. ,

? RLERTO *, asked tho_ other evening, Spooney dlapulchAireul Work rondo.'to order and I'tpi.irlng done whir
: elphia ALSO,
replied : for.VheMcr d: WIlion-B and Uo".';
; Charles SJ:WI%G MACIIIXES.Tallalm .
"As woman was the --aw-in Cloths J.E PURDY. I
: fcwiaw animal 'he .pe Oct. 20.-tf
the thought her T*
the great mission was to -aw-wait on the Cassiiiuen sjo :. StJTHFJ5V' ] IL1POUTAND .
supewiaw-to bo
\ }build) aw-aw-sawt of .
uppaw Bcrvunt, and see about one's
to Vestiiigscick IMPORT COMPANY.
dinnaws an'd ,
aw- and .
i ; ; and con- ..,.' ,
: things. ------
'| \ Tics w in.{ ,
;; ready "111 fact ; I ,
1 said. Mrs. :'Snorter
f of ? TillS COMPANY Is now organized and wu., 'f'
July, "woman's mission is > arnr prepared to make llbt-rnl advance on.i '
individu- .i:: to polish tho 'f ; )
) .
spoons. ,
t Cotton and '
repairing .other Produce; m

:' 1 : ji : localities., Tho St.Charles paper! brills, at St. Gentlemen's,Hose, &c.. .
Charles, Illinoisthe'\ establishment consigned to current In Liverpool':, The presientvnlue .
largest .
of Cotton In I.lvorpoofii I / from C0lo54' '
t i', sewing of the kind ,in' the' West; Gentlemen1. garments cut and made In fatb conti per nt.and rgood Upland Cotton and from <- :* "., I
Ion able style and luperlor manner. N" 80 to $1B2 cent for /in ,
S' J
j i ? good long Cotton Gold.- >: "
; > Ja'dy was was destroyed) by ,fire l>n unday Ifg Blare nittt UrT. B. Tutum'i. M \Vewlllndvancoone-balfiU value/ JnGoldorit3fAequivalent \ "'l' ,
I last. Loss '' Ootoher24. _tf _.. ,' In .
: at the one hundred- and 'tedthousand currency. .
; j Wo nollcltordert for goods from the iTercbanti.. ,.
at dollars.- Insured ,at only. Atliniiiistrntri ;'s JVoflcc. and rinnteri. The trictcHt intuition raid 1 t to the I'I' ,
: twenty thousand. '". '" .. roallent orders for !good from. Englund"j'ullcit ;
SlX.moqthn after diSto J.: will'prcient no- and Germans.KICiUARD. :.
} / : : v-j;, ;, ; f: 'l voucher HI AdmlnUtrntrj of the F. FLOYD, President; !'j" _
fttuto of L. M, White, to the honorable Judgo of i '
? iugcdilim'b""GI.ty' JaobOIl"Iolotld"/ / .1 .
'SSTA finely .
i ; ; ,"spec- ; Probate bf .1.
; : Leon Bounty far a flnal\ nt'lllumintondBBk I:. T. T'J.lSE.AII.nl, Liverpool, England. ',..
: ; 1 cali cl':" G. E.G. 'r ... "" for'adloehnrge. .' E.: AI. .IfUITE, 1. T. HtnviniIgmt! ; TiillnlinFiceryia. ..... '
Jon .IS, llj'JB--6m Atl .
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