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 17, 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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'iJ ht d. tthty ctflUflis LATEST NEWS BY THK 'MAILS..' Interesting: Letter from Brazil- doing while John Bull is thus'reaping wards sustenance- -and progress of em'

FOREIGN-NEWS. American, Emigration to Bra- harvests in this new world igrants until th'cy' Can be established ;
rOBLtlHED SVEST: zit. Wo took the railroad-guests of trttnspottation'to their settlements

Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday COTTON ADVANCED. ?.*, the company-and in due time reach citizenship on taking the oath'of al;
Rio JAxriuo, Jan. 2, .J86GI ed San,, where there was leglance { one' vessel for
AT : :, FLORIDA. ,
'NEW'Yoa,'1larch 11.-The City The third! as yet ,arrived,- of the another! ovation, more addresses', furnished the' &'; and other privileges.

'i I TERltlS: ,of tostpn I Has'arrived ith Elfropeailadnccs United States and Brazil Mail Steam; speeches and distinguished visits. Slatcry will probably last twenty
; to'the-. -. ship Line of steamers, the South Thus, with frequent relays of animals1 years longer in Brazil. It is gradually .
inPer .A.DV.A.NCB: :! forced upon us by zealous andmoSr and ?
... America, sails-for New York to-day. safety disappearing. 'No .

For Annum Sli Month, -(4............................ 4 00 00 'MARKETS.The :). It was in Juno last ((18G5)) that hospitable from Brazillians, wepass"ed slaves, none tithe African race, can
Single Cople............................... 10 Liverpool cotton market had General Wm. Wallace W. Wood, of San Paulo westward, be admitted into the empire, and every
..... ........ ___ ___ .r advanced :l-2d ;hales four day, 55-, Mississippi; but long time resident of including north;! over campos (roll year, hundreds are manumitted.
:"' HATES OF ADVERTISING, '000 bales'the"market'closing: dull. New Orleans, was appointed the chief ing prairies,) valleys, mountains and Slaves do not wear sho} r$7 1-8A87 TiV- table l lands,.through a country teem- of the
.: to ic HID ran 11: iOViKOi : Consols 14. agent of Associations of immigrants of empire are a heterogeneous
,On. square, (12 Nonpareil line,,)or I..., for (b.firit I Twenties 7Ia71 l 8. four counties in Mississippi.( In New ing bananas with that oranges, pine apples and mass of all colors acid classes..

Iniertlon.......................... |l 00 I :::--- Orleanshs: became the agent of another seemed indigenous Married men are exempt from military
Each .ub.egnentin.artton ............... 15 POLITICAL.The 'association: ; of a third from the growths, unattended to and that fill duty ; so. are lawyers
E.tnta and Legal Notice to be charged rumored resignation of Earl Caroline county district of Virginia ; ed the air for miles around with ., .
the .am. n. transient a ,..rtllement., Russell, is unfounded. of a fourth in New York of northern their rich aroma, and whose delicious Ben, Wade and Andf .fohnson.
except Notice of Dlimlidoa al Administrator The Military: force'irr Ireland wouldbe and central His fruit melted in your month. ..
I for which the charge hall be.. 18 00 I Misfcissippians. ar- The is BEN. WADE, U. S. SetfStor from
further country abundantly irrigated
Obituary NoUom and Tribute. of augmented. rival in Rio had been anticipated,
': charged atadvertlncraouu. Bopect '. The Engh Government had I and his reception was most enthusi with mountain Springs that, Ohio, has j just got off the following i
seized two vessels laden for: Chili. astic. No ssport was asked of uniting, form creeks itnd small rivers, "I had known Andy JolfAson a long

I:1 THE SENTINEL Government arrestsvcrc- plentiful l I him, and his baggage was permittedto and permeating everywhere, are cool time in the Senate. He !ftd/ I had
: in Ireland. j and rein!shing. served the
be taken! to his hotel without the on same coranVittee and
] tint on'y! papar la Florida that 1 is published
throe tliac a woekth.r.Cor..lrordIILa- nub :i iWASHIXGTON surveillance of the customs. The The fazcndas, or plantations, are had been very intimate. When ho
Horlbori the retdlent meAn. of oblnlnln the la* FROM WASHINGTON. ii.oiniug after his arrival the metropolitan told off in leagues. A man goes on became President he'se for mo
telL newi by telegraph! and mall, and full r.. ; March lU.--1) Ii., : papers were flaming with the top of a mountain, stretches his among the first, and told me he
poruoftho Now York and Southern Market. Committee of'Ways and :Means haY"'!II kinduat notices and full cf cordial hand out, wheels around, and says, should expect me to be bis friend;
It will also give full r.porlot the proceeding agreed to report a very eon-uderab'ii! I' welcome.. this is my estate, or fazenda. He estimates nnd that he would be glad to tako

> of.ubiorlburi the LeijInUlure.I at the loweHt Tlte Sentinel furaUhed. to reduction'of the internal revenue taxation : Rio Janeiro is a !second Lisbon, in it at so many leagues, laid it counsel of me. I told him ] felt!!very
living rate ,
and ,especially 10 iepoil the C a'pelLl'uucc.! There ttro no brick is registered! never surveyedThe much' flatttJrcd by his coiWplirtent' ,
JOB cents per ton now levied on fruight.WASHINGTON houses, no chimneys, no,fire places.- owner of this property is called fa- and would always be glad to: give him
P1UNTING.i March 10.-The The houses ate built mostly of mudor zendeiro. On many, of,these plantations what little assistance I could. He
la connexion with the Sentinel, we have a iu- adobe small of we find coffee cotton asked me what ho had better do
1 = riti Minister has hc( n assured by or of pieces stone ; sugar,
. vpwlur Mit,rlal and, and varlud are prepared assortment to execute of new Jobbing description the Government that no violation of are principally of a yellow ochre color tobacco, corn, rice, beans, manioca, with the rebels, and r told Lira he

I of work In that line with oealneu every and the neutrality laws by the Fuiiians: and all have red tile roofs. Therearc and all growing together in one field. had better hang eight or ten of tho
donpatuh. Ale on hand a Hue auaortment of will be permitted.! a'few loin-story houses, but the Tho coffee trees, from the number on leaders, and scare the balance so as
; Inki for printing In colon. Order; by mall or The Canadians are apprehensive\ I mjtss:: of the buildings are one or two the plantation; of ten thousand to one they would run away, and to leave
',< expreM. will receive. prompt attention Our price" and greatly alarmed about an inva-1 stories high ; the streets arc notedly million, arc planted! from twelve to an open door for them to go out at.-
f are .a low a the prencnt high COlt of ; I
Block sixteen feet and between these Ho said he would do that. I,told
.. ..ktxrlnli, la,for and living will admit of, and are sion. narrow, with the gutter or drain in apart,
'! .below the Increased. rule which rule la other i the centre, and the Aide-walks! are on may be seen cotton, a recent intro- him to tighten the bit on the damned
)"iinetof huKlneo. NEW YORK MARKETS.:: ; H level with the street, averagingthree duction and quite primitive; corn, scoundrels, as Lincoln had been driving

.. -- -- .-- --- ----____ ___ __ :NEW YofcK March 12.-t'ttluli< i is : feet in width, and arc often beans, and manioca, all growing luxuriantly them with too loose a rein. He
firm and advanced out- tent S.lICIi' used as the streets by vehicles in while near by is the sugar agreed to that too, and I thought fora

J :r feph1Unt nftl to.da1,800 bales" at 41,:. to''''.'.;. passing, to the great imnoyanco and plantation and in the bottoms rice. while he was going to stick to it.-
Gold, 130 12. I' detriment, not to suy danger, of foot No ploughs arc used! in planting.Our .- Before I left him I told himto be
_ A J passengers.: Slaves wear no shoes and party saw but three ploughs in I warned by the fate of Fillmore and
PEELER, FROM WASHINGTON.WASHISOIOV I very little cloth'ing, bear all burdenson all the route through tho province. Tyler, who had come to the Presidency ...

.ATTORNEY AT LAW, March: 12.-The, their heads, and more at a fox \Vith sharp pointed !sticks! or stakes, very much as he had'' SaidI
't'ALLAfAS Senate has confirmed all the nominations trot. Drays and! carts arc seldom the size of a man's arm, holes are : "There never was a mare in your
EE, ,FLORIDA of the President, Geo. used ; hacks and tilburies are in made in tho ground, the seed thrownin position made President! by .the
Offloe up 816Over/ th. State Back.VT'OIHou except The the holes filled with the earth death of another, that tW men who
hour front 9 a, in to 1 p. m., and Mackey for Collector of the Customsat abundance. streets arc pavedwith up
1;,I I from 2 to i p. in. Charleston, and Geo. S. Bryan, of round stones. The churches shoved in by the foot, germinationensues voted against him didn't try to get
= OoloburlJUni
-- .- Charleston, for District Judge of the are innumerable, and bells are ringing and, with a little hoeing, hold of him, and whenever they sold
EDWIN A. HART United States for the District of I, all the time. Beggars arc countless when the grass interferes!-and that out they've damned themselves eter-
South Carolina. : and Saturday is a licensed day but once season-the harvest is naly. Johnson looked at me whenI

ATTORNEY AT LAW I with them ; one or two cents is the reaped. Coffee yields harvest, three said this, and asked me if I had
STAMPS ON SUaCIJ'TIONI.We usual mite given them. Rio is ever years after planting, and the same I any fear about his going over to the

MADISON. FLA. find in an exchange;: : the following reported lively and seemingly full of business! ; trees yield from eighteen twenty I. opposition. I told him I hadn't, but,
.WILT' practice In the Court of th. Middle I' decision of the Commissionerof located in valleys, surrounded by years.. The sugar cane, with replanting said T, "you must look out for them

February it,Circuit.1866. 47-'f 'I Internal Revenue. mountains, the valley encircling some produces crops for three years, and bo prepared for them. He
I I In a case of subscription list,where and winding in and around ther the cane simply being cut off. Cot- laughed at me, and soon after I left

W. H WHITNER, I the heading involves a promise to mountains ; the days 'arc et und ton grows to an enormous height, him. I didn't think I was prophesy
pay the sum annexed, the party sign- the night cool, with a pulmonary- and like the cane, needs no replanting ing then, but it has since come out
; ATTORNEY AT LAW for several The best lands that I was. I tell Andy Johnson
,". ing is liable to the stamp duty re- por bath ascending daily. Light years. you,
. ;:,:1. MADISON, FLORIDA. quired on promissory notes, unless he flannels should always! be worn here, are of A dark red color and arc mountain is deeper djed in infamy to,day,
: WILL PRAOTICK: IN THE COUKTS OFt.ri pays the sum annexed to his name at and are preventive of colds, etc. ; or table lands. The valleys are ten times over, than John Tyler ever

ioo.. 23, 18oS Middle-If Circuit. the time of signature, in which case black cloth dress coats and pants, second, rate, and arc mostly black was. He's d-d sight worse traitorto
the signing of his name should be regarded black vests, black or white cravats, earth. The camposaro chiefly sandy, his party than Tyler was, and ho'ibe
I as a mere part of memoran black tiles or stove pipe hats and but are fine grazing grounds, and, worse yet before ho goo out."
To Printers and Publishers with the aid of plough would yield '._
light colored kid gloves, constitute a --- --
}i t t:0:- dum.Where tho head of III list involves the dress suit, and dress is a featureof :! good cotton and the best of i orn. THE POPE IN \ BAD WAY.-In

having a large lot of lurplu.iI A condition on which the subscriberswill the city. The people is remarkably The scenery of Brazil is both beau a letter from Rome, published in ,
1 pay the sums annexed to their friendly and sociable, and have a tiful and grand, being alternate mountains The London Pall :Mall Gazette,. it is

.,; PRINTING MATERIALS names, then its signature is held to warm affections for Americans. valleys and rolling prairies,with stated that the Pope has had another
fJ' to We left Rio on Brazilian steam. water courses innumerable, a vast ex bad turn during the last few days,
: ri uiftr for nle, FOR OA! lI, the follow Ing art! create an agreement, subject a
I' ".,",), oleo at duty of five cents. er on the llth of October and lan panse of coffee fields, huge herds of !and the doctors have been somewhatuneasy

a ai- 'r One-half Manufacturers' Prices This decision applies to those who ded next morning at Santos, the : cattle, eternal verdure, a warm but abuut him. His immediate

141 One WAUINOTON'IIAND PRESS,size So. subscribe for books sold by canvassers seaport of San Paulo. There are two even climate, and fruit meeting the attendants say they observe signs of
b" 3, In good order. and to subscriptions for charitable methods of reaching the interior eye at every turn. This is scenery growing feebleness in him, that his
'5 ul:' :, (InfO 2 WASHINU, In oxoellent\ order.HAND PRE3S.1zo No. purposes. from this point, ono by railroad the climate and country and all.- i memoiy is shaken, and that that he
A 210 lb.. BKEVIKR.SiO .. other by diligences. The former is So let it be. yields more to violent'predilectionsand '
"i : lb.. JMSn PRIMEK. an English enterprise, and On return to Rio we found the antipathies. This U said,to be
1-1. 400 lb. SMALL PICA.UfonUJOn SUCC SSPUL' TRAP FOR 1 OGUES.- passes our
t., ;ufont. DJdPI.AY TYPE TTPKU1IASBU The Charleston South Carolinian over a sierra or ruourtiin on which I Emperor, Don Pedro II, who was especially noticeable in rtgard to im-
t DABIIES, RULES, LEADS, FUR. states that on the 23d ult. three thieves there arc four tifts (a stationed engine : absent when we landed in the empire pressions of earlier year.--which seem
.,, In NITUREandto vetting out a paper(not twice evor)thinK the ilze iiecc of...the.ry were found dead behind :a counter of at each) of one mile and a quarter and had just returned from the to be gradually coining back to him.

.'"4 "8cntin.t,w druggist: in King street in that distance each, or 1 five miles up : wars. Ho is immensely popular, He shows! marked leaning towards .
W. A. SHOBKR, the mountain at of foot bO.Y had interview Italy and house of Sa\' J". lie has
, 1 ._ Proprietor Florida Bcnlturl.P city. ft seems that poison had been a grade one deservedly an
,"', -- put in some food and placed in a convenient jn nino feet. Tho foot of this mountain with him of nearly an honi's I even, it is reported, bean heard, in
.0' B. BROXAW'S position, which the robbers is fifteen miles from Santos, and duration, and ho plied Gen. Wood conversation with "omo' of his raoi.
e4.' had eaten of and died. the whole distance to tho city of San with question after question. lie I intimate friends, to propose .the investiture
ii ,LIVERY AND SALE Paulo the present terminus of the shows age, though but forty. of Victor Emanuel as Vicarof
who railroad, is forty-two miles. The The Brazilian Government has tho Holy Scointhc'Romugna the
Thompson Tyler; during
the last days of the siege of Rich company, however, have a charter promised Gen. Wood, in his representative Marches and Uinbri.i. .
luK.. Stables, :I' mond a'Christmas dinner for through tho entire province and into character, Government landsin ,'-
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. got
, ..is1L. uSdat Gen. Lee'a up army has leased laden Parana. It is a stupendous enter' the localities he has selected\ at The Lexington (Mo.) Express says ,
but tho Braaillian Government minimum1 'Government rate'of train that tho' PaciRailroad
TALLAHASSEE FLA. Springs, Ala., 'for five prise, the every passes over -
" .. is liberal and the company,. after twenty-two cents an acre, payable in ? ; aas at cargo of laud
ce --ALSO- *The tickets f to the operaSailin"New > years'of labor and the support of five years ; good! dirt roads of twentyfeet I buyers from'thfc 1 different Northern

barb't ., CARRIAGES, BUGGIES; WiGO.VSIHIARESS York aro'mid'' to be about: thousands, will pocket its clear mil. width to the points of location Stales, whIch i distributes at cmy ,

"1'V: : FOR SUE the size of an ordinary window shut lions. What are our Yankee friends from the nearest ports or railroads: ; I town'from Jcftorson .: doing I What life tbe'Americans provision afl other assistance to- I ." 't.
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STAY-JLAW.. -: cies and the necessities of the 'country ook to Your License : t lr

tt C1ttjf$ nt l J Ono'of' tile' ;, most. important' .'questions* might,require, j' either"to extend thejje--, With! .;the close of \ho 'war; ',and a,return : A ,Novel by FANSTDACOU" 1\lua. I '
Dowsiso : W. B. Smith &; Co"I
... r"l\llIllltMl'lt, in th* inindsjst'Tnfiby, fttix ibid of the limitation stay thejlc'gal!; 'to \ 1 ;suits, business in the mat 'Prlce ,
N: C. sent
Raleigh, by mail
->- .t: ions per snll't li whether we really have astavlaw'or process, or to re-pealtbGo law allogethef'!,' peacfCII\P- t became both lively, and I $1,00, postage paid.. ,
TAt.r..AIIASSE1C! : : ) liot. '* .
We are'of the,impression+'that" no such ,The causes which. called this enactment y! extensUfl' Indeed, seldom ha* thereever .'(We arej.lndebted" ; to Urn enterprising

SATlTR'DAY. MARCH 17, 1868. lacy oxists'and'that thoser'wlio predicateany into existence were manifold. "andlafeK-* been I witnessed in this portion ofFlorida Publisher) for, copy of NAMELESS by

:-- hopes upon the old law''contained in .Iml ar to all those who patriatibilj] 'e-' such raajiia\ for .matrimony,'and Mrs JAvrsisb, which has already reached -

.' Agents for Y'Le enHi 10> the')Sandy Statutes, rue building, their houses on soloed to'shaiV the fate and fortunes of IS som'5fpurpose tooM| the lecdrds of a Second edition; We confess that we

1 II. Wit ox"At; Quincy. a foundatioluWp their country and remainHl South of Ma Offices will\ no
Mi" > believe that the law died with'the ) jL'icensifs/i'in! Ihe Cleiks) sat down to" peruse it with the expect
Mr. THOMAS JENKINS, at Madison\ Confederacy;and those who entertain eon and Dixon's LlleT.'and) 'how that} it doubt show. the
aMMsrs.tmBW & OAKLET, Jacksonville. ; a lion that we were to undergo penance
.i aol; D..J.l'AYLoaa Pcrnandinaj there' liberal opiulon believe that the law has accomplished the'1>bjects for which Howmnny of these newly-married Inflicted upon those who labor through

Ma). F. C. BAnRRTT, nt Gainesville.l the expires Aurrender next May, that is, one} year, after it was enacted, and tbrihe causes. I which couples are aware of the fact that ,without the tioshy publications introduced'to
of the Confedel .forces.Gainervftlt many ,
ate 1"
)!r. C.1'.'JouNNoNat' }Centrevllle.Ion lce1Ih! Hew Era rendered it a necessity,hate. ceased, the a Rct'eree 'Stanip upon their license: the public by Philadelphia and New
Mr.'W.'L. STROM, at it have ceased also and it, is Is null" and void at law 1- .
lIt.'JOIIIf A. ORODB, nt Savannah, Ga. For the information of those "who pre reasons for their marriage Y'ol'k'Pil llhers'mo'r! ; ,especially the Peterson -
: dicate Ihopes upon the old Jaw contained therefore- void ;j'and WV.doubClnot: ,, but This Is even so. Marriage Is regarded as.a : coacerfIn; Philadelphia.

: ,E3T The Supreme Court of Florida will in the Statutes," and for, "those' that even in the absence'of{ ny"ofyinantfto ( civil contract, before the l law, and to makeit It was therpfoie with, the. pleasure. of a

hold a Term at ;Marituiria, opening on i who entertain a inOre liberal"opinion, and the contrary, a Court of Equity....would valid, the,contract must be stamped In surprise that we found ourselves timiin,*
believe that the law to be null, void ard, of none effect like manner as any other under the new of the
Monday,next.. (stayJavv:) expires ,, > over chapter after chapter NAME

'- -- _. ...,.;:..- nexVMay," w e will state that it fy now a up m that well known principle of Constltl1finn' the State, which recognizes LESS with increasing interest, and unwilling I
\ settled' and conceded law, that, cessat ratinne, ectial et ijna let, the laws of Congress as supreme I and had the
.., W'\Ve are happy to meet ox-Gover opinion, a ,.. fact, to leave until we followed
We l'I That the stay-law; which' fir where"the reason of a law.ceases, the binding in all cases TIle Internal Revenue 'denouement.It
nor:Avisos again in our city. are of this State, l was_ skilful plot to its pleasant .
informed that he bas" beeu pardoned. by i in ,operation ..subsequent' to December;Haw Itself must ceaslj\: also.' law fcquiiina! ; all contracts to be is gracefully writtei, and the scenes 4

18GJ is $ In "those who entertain a more stamped, h therefore to be as' fully enforced part natural and well
. the 'resldellt. now no longpr. of force or ect. belief.tthe are, for the most ,
f'V .--:--- f But it did not "die wiLh"thp Confederacy," liberal opinion and Stay Lawto In the matter of marriages as in drawn. A few of the characters'are per

Hon. 'D' L. YniEK.-:' ltio' people of but lingered on the statute. book until the? be Jn) ,force until May, next, being any thing else. haps open to criticism: as .is that of Miss. :

Florida will! learn with great pleasure meeting of the late Slalet'Convention' at twelve' tnonttu, after the (as they ,suppose) 'A case bas just occurred in Pennsylvania Euphenia Goldiug, which is overdrawn ; 1 '

of Mr. Yu.LEE'S ,which lime it : Section 1- surrender of the ,Confederateforces: In which will servo as a precedent: and few and if the
that there is a good prospect was repealed by 'that but the blemishes are authoress
early release on parole;, of Ordinance .No. 3. of that- ession, vi/ : North Cll'ollna'e would state they a fair warning. 'One of the parties recently will eschew the occasional attempts ;.
laboring under grave mistake both married died the matter
are having
"That all ; ,
-- ordinances nml resolutions] at fine writing which we detect ,
heretofore In petal pff Jact and of, / to. The Con.veuliou : 1 before the Courts which re '
passed by Convention of i was brought; ,
'ay )Ion. S. R. MALLORY, of Florida, any here and ,there, she will attain no mean
the people of this State, and all acts and \u&ttveen'! ieneial JOHNSTON/ and fused 1 ocognixt the marriage as legal,
is now the only political prisoner in Fort resolutions of, the position among the Novelists of the day
General of the
Assembly General SHERMAN involving (1I'lelldel" there being no stamp affixed to the licenso. -
Lafayette, and is suQeiing from rheumatlsra. this Slate conflicting, or inconsistent with the armies of the Confederate, and will deserve a conspicuous place on ,
the Constitution of the United States, and ,, the roll of Southern female writeis. We-
of the State of Florida, and in derogation States of America took place, on the 2Glh Only think of the consequences of the t\
Tl-e Quincy Commonwealth of yesterday do not) recall a single work written by an
of the existence or position of this State day of April 1805, and consequently ayear thing: I A young: confiding creature giving
learns that Mr. MALLORY has been released amenable criticismor
less to
I as one of the United I States'of 'America, that date would be the 26th American lady,
from herself in full trust
on parole, by order of the Presi be, and the same are hereby repealed." : away soon, a better in style and conception.We : "
day of J\pril186 j when estimated by the MI18trokl' of fortune left alone, and that
dent., The Act of the 13th of December 18GI. learn I that the fair authoress formerly
Julian comput nlKm of time even Kacieil! tie" that hnd bound her to au-
entitled an "ac providing for the stay qf resided in this city, being thewife
GULP KAILBOAD. The Law was to become inopeialive o'f
SAVAMCAII & Stay oihei, d'ularl''old and no effect1Terrible !
Executions in this State and orSecietary
filled the office
commonly who
trains on the Gulf Road are now runningbut after a year from the date of that surrender Indeed t but nevertheless, prob- a gentleman .
I known as the stay-law, and to wrllch-ref. of State some sitce- ,
three times a week, leaving Savan- it would not expire, as mightritnafaire bly to III' realized unless the i'equipments' years ,.
I ereuce has already been invade, in Section Thl'l'e111 naturally be a iole'-est
nah every Monday, Wednesday and Fri. be supposed, oil the 26th of April of the Inw are full met in these matrimonial strong

day at 7 A. M., and leaving Thomafvil'e 1st, says : 18C6(; ; because' a month in law in a lunar contracts. Under such ciicumstan- felt by the public here, in this really clever -
"That there shall"be
the same nights or days at 12:15cA.. 1\1.- ecutions: and judgments! no at sales common under law ex month unless otherwise eXl're set1'M it isalways ces, il would be troll tl look out for littleprospectives book, and our bookseller would nor

We trust that our Eastern mails will be or Decrees in chancery in the State, until one uniform period ; and it ii a Those who have failed to doubt gratify the ladies: especially, bye

sent this, way, there being a 'tri-weekly twelve months after peace is made, and rule of law that in all statutes a month get; their' licenses stamped, may bn re- from the PuUUhoi\ \

line of stages between Thomasville and I proclaimed, or until otherwise provided signifies a lunar ami not a cnlenfru- month, niarnet! ; or, probably, the stamp may be --.--.---
for by law, 'between the Confederate '
) ButiEAtr ,
Monticello. We now get an Eastern Stales of America, and the United States (except it be clearly appnrent a calendar supplied now and the matter bo made nil itt.--Oiie A FAST Binu of Urn AFTER incidents TUB ci>i>nne! <
mail: by way of Jacksonville ,but twice a of America, except by consent of the defendant month Is intended,) and which consists! of right. with the Senatorial vote upon the fieedmen's ",

week, and not a sure thiug at that. or defendants. frovided, never- 28 days, and 12 of them only wakes 356, -- > --- Bureau bill Tuesday, I is the inter- '.

theless, that in case of any levies! the defendant days, and consequently: the terra months Admit. our Lt cpt'esentativeslThe exhibited bv Sen,r Iteverdy John-

Major Gee. or defendants, by themselvestheir specified] in the Stay L'1W'ould expire New York Times make the following suit In respopdiim to a telegram:: app-iUina! y.
Agent Attorney at Law, or Alter1ney hAd that the critical vote that &iy was'
do be the 29th day of Match l&UG and wot proposition to the Radicals which we :
facto, required to give bond on
Wo are glad to learn thai sUtlJCI iptions inin'it.eut. The hi.noiable gpiitleiiMn wits
have been stalled. in this County and with good and sufficient security, (to be on the 2Gth of April, nor ''iii May.11 Had take to be President Johnson' uUhnii- s.ijourniiig; in Baltimoie! at the- lime of his .1.

approved by the Sherifl'making said levy) the language of the statute been, a (it'cctve- turn : notification, but imini'diutely. (put himself ;',
Gadsden, for the aid and relief of Major for the forthcoming of the property on huicoutotive'r
oral the time above month after &c., and not, "tmlte nio /tlnafter" "The exclusion or loyal men from Con-I en route for the C I plal ou a t
Gain his trial in this
now going on before a i-pecified section and tender which fnl'med lk p distance'of ,
greMi.'iii;( \' alike Of llieiilights I pei
:: :
Military Commission at Raleigh, N. C> &c., then a whole or Julian" jear and of the Constitution, is lh" main! if I foLy uiiiftM; \ in }'>uy-iM.>- minKles' : X"&"'

Pe'rsons'desiring!;: to 'Contribute cart remit During the time which elapsed from the composed of 365 days, would be tIlepropel' not the sole, cause tif tlio iireseni drtfNencf I one of the Hailicul phtUnx coiildOnivo..
o' to the Governor of t&e Stale or to Dr. C. surrender of General JOUKSTO.V' to the construction to be placed upon it; of sentiment \between them. If the guessed whea :Mr. Johnsopi,eme-red! tl i '

A. Get at meeting of the late State' Convention, and and the exp iration of the KmiUtlon: I Union majority In Congress hail \been> in :Donate:; chiuiit-cr, with alxmt ihiny min
Quincy. utes to tlmt liu hat[ taken's s exlii'eiatinu :--
its action true to the prinfl >h's of the : span.
.. then again until\ the adjournment of the would take place on the 26th of April of Union !party and had.tint' allowed| itself to : u liiiltjfir the expieutt plll'o'| sN f of S;d

Ji7Gen. ASOOTB, who made the raid last General Assembly, there were a number this year-supposing of course that at the he swerved from hose principles by the coati ihiltiug his very iutjiM'laul trite louaul -- Y' \

on Marianna Fla., and was wounded in of persons who held the opinion,{and surrender, peace had been made and proclaimed adroit and reckless machinations of mentthd titter UctVal. .a.. .

the' fight there, has been appointed Minis when we Hay opii\ion\ we would' not be ttn- as aforesaid ( or that in the absence e\ el',I'\his I\'& with.ronflict them would no sympathy never have what arb!* nU'1 TII 3.X-KEBhLLIO.XMr.- BottS, IJ: '

or to the Argentine Republic. lIe is RHun'lal'ian derstood as meaning any unlearned man's "f any lepisialion! on the subject by rfi. Whenever that same! majority can his late letter glum Alexandria, betiusto-

and came to this county as opinion, but the opiwion of those! whose' the State ConVention it had ben toasnt I throw oil the influences by which 'it has lie in a very imaiuuWe. mood, and the'

the Adjutant of Kossuth.E1 familiar acquaintance with these legal eyed as so expiring by common' consent thus been misled, and come back to its tax-ga'.herer is likely to1', have trouble
subjects lends them weight Dud considerallon original and true position that conflict
.. : -
: nnd
ripened into general piactteo. _
usage with collect the-
will end, iiiui all the dangers which now him when he goes to +
The Herald says the Savannah ,) that a portion of the said law was which sometimes makes) I ItIII', hud received seem t.i lie impending over the Union Stale's dues. He says : ',,',

Dry Goods Merchants have laid in large still of force, and whilst: they conceded a legal -nncthu; .bl', any sidewind party nod the country will be forever "III "I give timely notice now that I will\

stocks c f Spring Goods, and odds that the Act had in part. been repealed by recognition of such sort by the courts of thu deep) bosuui uf the ocean, buried." not pay one dollar of tax imposed upon '

It is needless to say that our merchants the action of the Convention' aforesaid, the country. -----.- -- lueb- .n the grounds first, that the Lesjislatnre : -- ':

are anxious to extend'the/! business relations yet professed to believe that it might be However, the opinion seemed prettygenerally MR. SliW AKD AND T-IIP. PRESIDENT. is not a lawfully and constitution-, ,r

with the Interior, embracing Florida void in part and of force and effect to Spcl'etnrSG"UtD. has declared that the ally constituted body, and, secon ,- that t tit
as the members
; and to accomplish this will sell to ,: to prevail among policy which, President JOHNSON is now I i.i composed iiipaitof aliens, whose
customers upon! the most liberal terms to another portion ; and the clauses upon of the last General Assembly that the Ordinance I pursuing\ that which Mr. Lincoln had pardons are of no avail, and who have no '
the trade, which they would seem to have predicated : f>f the Convention had eRVctnally: mote right to tax me me than a Mexican ,":.
adopted l, and was cairyiiig:: out wheu lie Legislature "
would have.
,-, The Macon Telegraph says (hey cer- their op'nlous: were those of Section1st and entirely repealed the law aforc.uid :
died, cud that Mr. Johnson was merely -------
tainly have a very poor way of showing of the said stay-law, namely, 'until and fur that reason those who advocatedthe Mil. YOOBIIEES CABBD FOB.=" ,
continuing: it ; that the people of all1Jar-
it.. So for twelve months after is made and ;
as the interior cf their peace
own of Law at a
a new Stay veryearly :
passage There is of
that pees
lips would sustain it, and there was not a a rumor Mr Vooy .
State is concerned, the people have no proclaimed, or until\ othoiwise providedfor period in the session, introduced a
who ousted from his in ,
rebel to-day in the whole country, and be Indiana was seat m.
evidence of the existence of such by law, between the Confederate bill the of executions
a thingas for '
providing stay
should not, use the word Mr. Sewardis the House a few days since, will be cared
a Dry Goads house in Savannah. If States of America, and the United States judgments at common law, as well
upon in favor of the admission of the entire for by the President at the first fitting i
business men want trade, they must of America. also as of decrees of chancery ; but It opportunity
body of the Southern members, just as _f
adopt business "lI&6'1-adv lli5C. Now it is clear and irrefragable that being crude in its form and not well digested .
they are, aud of the repeal of the test ---- S. "
.', when viewed (In the light of a human in its details, it was quickly disposed ; OIMll. W At a meeting of the Trustees of ,.

1 7 The steamer "W. II. Young," probability or even possibility, there ofj; but subsequently, however, a -,_ s', Union College, Rev. LAWRENCE P, HICK- ..

bound from Columbus to Apalucbicola, never; can be a. "making and proclamationof more acceptable bill was brought, forward, "IInAi KIM Or (I"-The Chicago Tribune ON, D. D,, Schenectady N. Y., was elected

and having 600 bales of cotton on board, peace between" the such two governments which having:;: undergone the usual vicissi- the Radical organ In the Western President of the Inslitutitn, to fill the

was' sunk on Saturday last, at Francis' because the former has ceased to tudes of amendments et cet., was finally States "ad vises the leaders at Washington'that place of the lamented Dr NOTT.

Bend, three miles from Eufaula, Ala exist, and it is not to be supposed soon defeated by a very respectable majorityon "the leuislalion should be conducted ---. .

----- S.- 'to be rejuvenated; and therefore, if that the evening of the last day of the ses- firmly, faithfully and inflexibly with the> 13?* An exchange/; says ; "A> gpntle-'

PRICES TPMBLIKO I I-As gold >fall3j law or any portion of it was of any forceor tlon ; and thus effectually put at rest the view to hedge the President in with law man, In travelling along: the coast of ..

prices come down in New York and all effect it would embody as one of its question of the Stay Law ; and at the so that he cannot evade It, and to_remove Florida and Georgia found a woman who .'

the great centres of trade. Coal sold in cardinal conditions a contingency whichcan same time gave to the country the assurances him from his office if lIe attempts to did not know:r,what a newspaper ', ;
She had seven children< and in her
New I York'ten days ago for $7 per tonI .- never eventuate; and besides, such a of their opinion that such a measure break through or defy it." It comparesthe mouth." She must have had a pipe capacious

Kight weeks ago it sold' at 814 per ton. condition, as well as the other collateral of law was !impolitic, and altogether:;: attitude uf the President to that of mouth.

The K. Y, Times oflhe, fitb, speaks of a conditions, would beviolative cf the Ordinance unnecessary at the present juncture. "Chailes I I. in his intended conflict with ---+..- ----

constant downward tendeady the wholesale No. 3, being "In derogation of the It may be further remarked, as a fact the Parliament and people of'the Union." SIlK THE PARTISAN ix TUB I>.ATlltO'r.

prices of Dry Goods In that market. existence or position (this State as one which may add some further weight to It is the. fate of Charles I. that it foretells President JOIIKSO.V, in a conversation

Sales were meagre at a decline of 25 per of the United States of America," and for this view of the question, that the Circuit -_.r- with Mr. IUYMOM. of Now York, a few

cent. Business is obliged to tone down these reasons I it might be held to be void. Court of this (Leon) county, sitting in t.Slnc e July 1st, 1866; t.he> amount of days since, told him that "he was not a> '

fo the level of actual values As to the 2nd clause as a ground of their Chancery has in a recent case refused to nterest on the public debt paid in gold party man, and meant to sink the partisan \
... rea'son into the office of the Assistant Treasurer In the pali lot.: ,
11--" "or until otherwise provided for grant an injunction upon an applicationto :

ADMIRAL SEMSIES.-A Washington dispatch by law;," it Is evident that m the first proven t a sale under a decree renderedIn of the United States at Kew York is $30- "
there error committed 1865. So Lhat'lt 5:>1,753, and the amount of customs received W It Is said that A. B.,Wilson; invent
: says are reasons for believing, place an .was' In framing the year .. may safelybe tor of the sewing machine which made I'

lIS heretofore stated, that Admiral the Sentence, and that it is to be read as I concluded no such law now ulbts.I in gold is $.:ai,683,612.,. ( him a millionaire, left NorLh Adams some

SemniM will never be brought to trial, a parenthesis, and that 2ndly, it was merely .tN" The remains cf lIon AXDBEW fifteen years ago, forlorn and shabby, M1;?
but I It i li not true as intention of the with his pack aud his dinner ou' his back. ,
: reported through I the LegIslature when it TUB COTTON CHOP.-The ,Macon Telegraph EWING of Tennessee who
died in Atlanta and with scarcely a dime in his ';
many sources,that be has been released enacted/ the law, to do what they knew, states that a gentleman connected in the sunnier of 1861, have been'' removed ,. pocket. .
from confinement. Generals Giant curl what, else knew with the Department who
mid everybody; they Treasury has to Nashville, and were interred ia tT"Th i noble hearted 'women of
Sherman are of 'the opinion that hlsl& knew, they had the light to do' : to assert just-leturued from a five months' tour the Cemetery of that city on-t\e\ 6 in. Franklin, Tennessee, are!' making range 'i

role as an officer of Johnston', army will the principle that IL1'aS competent through the cotton-growing Stales, gays fi'Lt' .e. menu to have, the *Confederate, dead of

pot h'eld him from trial on these charges, them, as a repositoiy liorestiallied that, from all the information be! had been Gen. Joseph E,' Johnston arrivedat Hood army, that he buried along,the

aud the tease has been referred I to tie At- islative power, t>> after) [ or to amend fOI'// able to obtaiu, this year's cottou. ovojt WilshloJtvlIl1 few dais ago to testify lines, taken in a cemetery up coffined that, aud has decently been contributed Interred -- .

"'tvILI!'; riTiul fu' his jiuljincut. law [iu future, accoiJmg: as the eii;; will Ull thy 11 u>f 1,200,000: )) bales, bf.xo the Committee of Reconstruction, by Col John McQaryck.( ,t' ...



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BY'TELECRAPH.I Summary BEDFORD Vengeance.:, IND.; Match 0.' ;* tur t1 t H ) nurit For New Orleans ..l\IctIBBIN\! : WALL1N 1 : : r

On coming home from the country Ia CONURESSIONAL()
evening, Dr. Ben. Nonland, a well known JULIAN BETTON-; TILE STEAMEII ilA\'tNO\V IN STORE'The /'
--'- citizen and late ,
of this .
place, a surgeon in .
WHO BURNT COLUMBIA the army, discovered that !Us. daughter/ I DeALeR IK : ', /'' >' '1-(
had been seduced by the ex-Rev. Madison '
11'1 It'r"
WAsuiHGTOjf, March 12. Senator Evans, who had recently I rendered himself Hoots, Shoes and. Leather, Largest and Handsomest!

I Sherman presented petition from cItI- so notorious by his escapade with a I ,> *. ; ;.'
zens of Columbia, S. C., asking; indemnityfor married woman at Greegcastle.! I TALLAHASSEE, FLA. tit rASSORTMENT'dl'
losses sustained by the destruction of Dr. New land, on learning the terrible "
He read letter f ion Gen First Door North of State Ilnnk.M .
their houses. a calamity that had befallen\ his family; at SMALLWOOD
J. L.
Sherman aliening that Columbia was not once aimed himself with a 1'0\olver anda r. 0, js00, 3m ,

fired by the Federal authorities, but by surgeon's knife, and proceeded In search OKORGE W. GIFT, MASTER, DRY'GOODS
the Older of Gen. Wade Hampton. Qen of the villian. Finding Evans, he shot
Sherman states that the city( was on fire him and cut, his throat, killing him in WILtply hereafter regularly between the
when he entered I it. The bill was referred stantly. ..' ST. MARKS and the above Port,, 1 ,

to the Committee on claims. The coroner was summoned who held ANOTHER CARGOARRIVED Touching- at ApiUaclUcoln. EVER UFrEllED FOR SALE IN FLO

The bill for the admission of Colorado an Inquest on the body, the jury returnIng For Freight or further pnrtlcunr! apply to .
into the Union was discussed. Mr. Sum a verdict that Dr. Newland had not MOKIBBIN &: ALLEN HJDA,
ner opposed it, because there was no pio- committed any crime of which the law Tulhibiissoc, Fob. 27,1806. tf .
----- ------
vision in the Constitution of the new State could take cognizance.There .
allow''ng negro sufl'iage.' IB intense! excitement hate In re- 1 DRUGS! DRUGS Oonsifetiiig in part ol
t The liouse refused to permit the Introduction paid to this terrible affair, but the almost i
'of a resolution declaring the in universal serltinient Is that Dr. Newland. Drown and lileachcd

expediency of any scheme looking to.the Was justified/ In the course he pursued in WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. WuMlii.s,

4 guarantee by this Government of any ridding the earth Of a monsier who had
--------- Jaconet
Mexican or Fenian loan used the garb of religion to seduce his ,

The Reciprocity treaty was discussed., friend's child. Dr.. Newland being a pi eminent LARCEST STOCKIn
WASHINGTON" March 13.-Some weeks member of the chinch of which Cambric and
ago a delegation from the British Provinces Evans was until recently a minister McKIBBIN & ALLEN,
visited Washington with the view the State of Georgia
the reciprocity trade between This I Swiss Muslins
of continuing REV.J. L. M. CURRY.- gentleman ,
the United Stales and British Provo tho 1st _....
Is preaching; nightly at Baptist ----- --- -- -- i
inces. A bill was reported for this purpose Church to large and interested congregations. Canton Flanne
a+t in the House, and after several days' .-'Montgomery Slatt TALLAHASSEE, FLA. flRVGSa MEDICINES Chemical,
discussion II'IlS last night rejected. The Mr. Curry was a meiubdr of Congress _I, Patent Modloim. and 1'orfumorloa.Trusses .

foreign Tariff Act will\ now apply to the from Alabama, to both the Confederateand Flavoring,Extracts Hurglcnl,&Inatrnmonta 0", &0. Dye Stuffs, Tickings,

Piovincos. U. S. Cortgiess.The Bolo Agent for IlnlmlmM'a Extract of Buchu .
st. lATE JU-.rr; mWElVED and Harsuparllln. A)' r'6 1'repul'attorn, Jn\m>'. Blankets,
IN NEW OR The Fenian excitement Is Preparations, HUBS' St. Domingo Bittern and
DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS spread Preparations, Iloortaiid'a German Hltler..Ulnck's
+ LEANS. ing. A meeTing was recently held] in Chi- Hair Restorer'I'hompeon'a and l'hnlou' Hair Cloths
cago at which j it was stated that a fleet Preparations and Toilet Artlclos.Well'a StrengthonliiK and "

REMOVAL OF GOVERNMENT AGENTS was being prepared to sweep the British VIA S '1' MARKS Tore t'j and all other Patent Mediclnta, be-

/flag from" the lakes. Over one hundred Casslmcres,

NEW ORLEaNs, March 13.John T, thousand dollars were subscribed on the ALSO
Monroe has been elected Mayor of New spot to equip the fleet.

Orleans by 311 majority. Almost the entire ____ h ____ ....:.=-__.-.-:____. A LAisuE iNvoiUi;E dr Tho most extensive and complete Block of *
Democratic ticket was sue-
National COfV.MERCiAL.Jtturkef. Ladies Dress Goods.
' cesxful. PAINTS
Judge Kelloga! Collector of the Cua- ,

toms, has news that the Guveinrnent have dismissed authorities Jtturkef.SBSTISBL HARD AfO.vE Oils, Varnldlim, French Zinc, Color, Artislo1nnd French! Merinos,
at : OFKICB,
> PulnkT'n Material to be found In any section
i from, Washington all persons who have TA/.LAnsssse, Flu,, March. 17, 1800COTTON. \ of Ibo South, and at. prices which IBUO-
been engaged iu the bei/.uieof )property CTfcLT DEtr COMPETITION. English Merinos.

In the South claimed as belonging to the Middling...........30 a .11Ordlnur 1
All cotton >'-. .:O K 28
: Confederate Government. ; GLASS.
I ip Fourbnles of ordinary were ollurndat Uie,
examinationhall above quotations bnt0 did not Icmrn, ofthclt t. ,
Evefrjariety of OhiKfl, French and German
\ being taken. I'lall'"BL"lnod; Cut and Sky Light GH., single
f FENIAN EXCITEMENT IN CANADA GKXKH1L MU :ET. and doublo thliknei French and .English Poplins,

..J Corrected by .Itezuniltr Gallic, Grocir. #
L TORONTO, :March 12.-The number of
Flour, per bbl--------------------- 20 00 Pure French Brandies Poil de Cheevers
the call
!, voluntceiHoffeied in to
;; response Uilokwl.oiit, per libl...... 18 00 u 20 00 ,
,, by the Government largely exceeds the 1 SO a 2 00 .
demand. Au ofliual military order has Corn Meal------------------------- 1 00 .. 2 OCUollue Plain and
t Fancy
been published\ denouncinil the conten- dS u 40 and Whiskies,

.1{ Fenian raid and relying vql
pl.ueJ- upon Mucon ITIarliet.OtKIOK .
uuleeis for success in case of an attack For Medlc'nai purposes;and a largo supply of .11.11,Wool
MiCOK 'fKLKOUPBl cio. tfac. t1 o. t tCi other Liquor. for general nee .
Macon, March 13, Udo, s
NEW YORK MARKETS. COTTON.*-To d:ly the market .. 'rued tours an.inmted Delaines
and 1>'0 bides changed Iniiidit, nt an adyaiioo Bruch, Foucher & Co.'s
"(.:1 NEW fORK, March 13.-Cotton is firm of fully OIIH runt Oil the quotntmiwof Sui- .
.tea{ .I and advanced one cent. Sales' today, II.d..y-81 centM \Utfitn raid/ar n prime article ui Much, 18M tr OHAMPAGNFS. American Delaines
'1,800 bales at 41a42 1,2.. strict middling ,

i, Gold 1, ICO:: 1 2. of the Brand
: --- ---- Solo AfranU only true Imported Fancy Silks
In tho country, \lz: Carte D'Or, Luc D'OrlInd ,

I' ...7 'IE FENIAN EXCITEMENT.1S'l,4Pato ent gt1vt 'tiptmfnl M. DOYLE & CO. Bllury to any,heretofore In by use.all couooissturs superior

,'Ii' N. Y., March 10.-Dispatch* In great variety'VV"I.n.

en from Canada show great excitement Special Agent for the Amul'lean VintnK Com-
r fL; ; ibere. Bishop Lynch has denounced the SUCCESSORS: TO JAS D0IK) :, iianand a large stock of their celebrated Cillloriilu : ."te1Sua..vvll8

$ :ieniari movement.All New Goods! New Goods! brands constantly on bund.
the and, their baggage::
J passengers A'I'LL
a searched and Corner Bay and Whitaker Sts. My special arrangements with Manufacturerb PRICES
coming into ate and Importers of the North, and III1nropo.war-
tl.: arms taken when found. runt me In not only guaranteeing the absolute
Express good and freight trains will NEW GOODS SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Purity and GunulciulK'ss ot my entire stock, but --------
watched' also enable mo to sell any of the above muntloned .
be closely !lines of goods at first cost prices-In some
The militia and volunteers are collecting Uiuen leas han transpurtatinu. Cloths and( Cas.siiiieies

in large numbeis. WHOLESALE GROCERS
of will sustain thttfestalemeuU
examination my pi
TIlE PRESIDENT ON THE SEIS M. A. Dzialynski in every particular IN GREAT:: VA'KIETVHATS v

, WASHINGTON, March 10.- Piesideut
a- Johnson has assured Geo. T. Downing, JlCfetVINGA M. WALSII, BOOTS AND SHOES, .
Chairman of the colored delegation *

k jieseut here, sent by the colored peopleof i Well Selected and Domestic s. i.for. Uumiird' A. Itiousliluu M.., HARDWARE: "
Stock Foreign
the Stales North and South, tlllno of Goods, Liquors ,

'tmddeu: .cliaage will take place alTeclirJg SAVAIVIVAIf, (Uo.
" 'the occupancy of the lands to which CONSISTING OF "WOOD :N 'VAH.n: CROCKERY,
General Sherman cave the freedmen a feb 6, 1SOJ(-If

-., .p :Jpossessory ted that the title.freedmen The continue President to suggest cultivate Dry Goods WKAPWXO PAPJEU, ---JOHN-M.-.--GUERARDiAttorney'at- Tin! Ware, &0., &c.:

said lands. Mr. Downing has ie-
'ceived letters from {J1i 'tles'lntel'ested, tell Law

,ing him of their fears that,they might be &c. &c. &c. ,
:suddenly removed from the lands they Boots and Shoes 175 Bay Street, C'-ri.OOER.rEJS: 1
were cultivating: -fears which arose on ,
oJ the receipt of the news of the veto of SAVANNAH, OEOKGIA. I FLOUR,

, the Freedmen's Bureau bill. When the o x. C) T X-3 =: :LV G February!t,tSGO, tutu
,1 lactwas l meseiiloil to the Pifsident! he AGENTS FOR _____ .______ u__ ___ SUGAR

gate the above assurances. LATEST STYLES OF WILLAKD'S ,
--.---- o*A.-sr' :ail o :aa'fei

between 12: and 1 o'clock of Saturday ,Ladies and Gentlemen's Hats, .
night or Sunday OlII'ninl1th or 18ih Celebrated Albany
QUINCY, Powder Shot and Percussion
;"p lilt at Culpepper"' Courthouse, Virginia, IIOSIEBY ,
bettteei Edward Freeman, Presiding Justice &C. ,
11 are always In rvadinesn lo convoy Caps.
of the county court, and Walter H. 1MTEKIALCREAM HACKS ii"rs arriving on the Railroad tram" ,
,ltobin ()II. The parties met on the plat- Which to Oil A'ITAIIOOCUEL, or any 1'011110 which
he ofleia low
on terms for CASHor
loan of the railroad depot. As the. nightwas I COTTON. ALE. they may do.l..olo\o. I'llLO. WILLARD.February i

very dark\ lamps were employed to 2!,H66. ___ __Iw Wines &
enable them to distinguish each other.- I Liquors
Hay ward's Old Savannah, Qa., Fib. VI! ISut 1m ,
I shots were exchanged, but neither partywas : PLACKSMITHINC i ,
-- -- ,-a"mord violent men, and that the I| et ALEXANDKIl: OALLIi H. B. FITTS & CO. Tho largest Stock in the State,
FIFTEEN HUNDRED BALES OK Cones be abandoned. The )
cession will st venue 5 ..1ttucbll1ont.I .
execute discrlp-
now inquired to every
)BORNED.-A lire ocuuiied ou Pearl 'fttubman also asscrU that Bishop wi I I VALENTINEM.JOIINSON, ) AUK of CONSISTING OJ!
street, New York, on Sunday night by '
Amount sworn to, $18 871.rpHE ,
declared his intention to BLACKSMITHING
of"cot oli nch has
which fifteen hundred bales! :of
tha defendant and all others luturitted aro In tutu bent .. dud n. low at t-- --' WII1SKY, ]BUANUY, GIN CRAM
valued at 8375,000 with several builniiigi, old> tho danger and responsibility X hereby notified of tho commencement cf the Iho coat of n"'torrnl' 4.0., will admit ut.Imvo j'huy
were consumed. The cotton and storeswere battle which may occur on the above suit, and to appear before mo In the city of secured the'sutvtos ot loina uf the PARNE, POUT. RTTEKltY AND
Tallahassee, Leon Florida the second
insured. county on CLARET WINES COCK-
... i ish national day. lyi Monday lu June, 1886, and )110'1\110 the sanu1, or BEST SMITHS IN THE STATE. ,
will be given by TAIL AND STOMACH
The U. S. Senate has passed the joint J'D n. KlSHKIl, Tliosu who may furor us.with their. patronage -
t tt f Justice of the IVnre will lie iruaranleed enure " DlTI'ERSj&c., S C.t ;
resolution to pay Miss Clara Barton $15- Among those who signed the call 1866. !' nearly) opposite the Post Office.
in Febniary let ___fibJ7-Ottam_ Fell J, 1866trPLOtJdHS f The mwcl !sntd: of Florida
000 for expenses searching and pub'1 1 1 tho grand mass meeting at Washton __ arc IPspeclfully -
Jibbing lists of missing soldiers & j requested to eXaniinrt our stock
. .to sustain the President's veto VE}, .
: before deciding
work which some of the many military tq purchase iu New Ymk
officials could as wall have dose as .11" .I : U"n Anna tjtvoTYar. MONTI1H utter the Itrrt publication of ns ire wilt duplicate All i! bill at New Tot k
any ; : : t notice, I will prisent in)' Accounts und
"strong-minded"! : woman in the .land. Vouobvro; as AdimnVnitor of the estate of IRON. )prices; thereby- Having them lime amid
SIX WEEKS! after1 date'the unduralRned will lledden "'. I'limiinorofliilu of Madison county, -"--- eight.i
to the Judge of JYobuto of Loon cow Florida, deceased, to the Honorable Judgo of OS. 10, H, 60 nodal Ploughs I
W The Piesident's veto of the Freed- ; &71'uJ{ 110 yr.odd sold at 'ctail.I .
t y, tor letter of administration, de bones non on I'robale of Madison county, Florida lind apply N 6 and 8 Inch Oust Half Shovel do.- t
men's Bureau bill arrested the he Estate of James LobJcolinau, halo of a)4 uduiinlslrutlou,
contemplated lI for u ILKJ! discharge from turthur 8 inch v Idu Iron.
+ emigi audit of large numbers. of county,doccasud. upon paid estate For salo at McKibbin & Allen.
:TeSaus: to tuieigu couutiics. J J. A. rllMONDSON.Tallahassee S. ALEXANVElt 8urrll. r>. B UEGINNISS[ &,'(;0'11- I
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JVVhe' l riaa ttdinflI Prince i Rupert of the West. .Forrestand'Stoneman.4lorgan"ind Elopement Extraofdlnary.. 'WHOLESALE 'AND'BET.AIL ;STORE. .,

Orierson, The particulars of''the' elopementof .

Mosby and Kilpatrick were his imita the wife of a well known"' Brooklyn

SHOBER tors. inaugurated tho grand raid 'apothecary named'.1K bler, .. ID
I ? which taught; Sheridan'tho nothingness with a boss tailor have just been made

AND rR tItR. of distance? and .emboldened matter of street talk. The injured ( w : 4m S (W < t
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----j Sheridan to tear-, the continent like a husband gives the following, explana -

SATURDAY MABCH'17. 1806. pocket map. tion. Ho married his wife seine' seven a .
.. The fervid imagination of the years since. She was a very ac-
'1 :- Southern people, demonstrated in complished lady, and excelled in music WE RESPEC'JF17LLY' : AWSKDIfclESABiIE' 'INFORM oun FRIENDS THATWE HAVE"

(From the St. Louis Evening News | feals'of romance like; Stuart's, made and ho spared no expense tag ratify -

"MY DARLING. them, during the;war, the great suggestive her wishes in this regard.' Since ) : STE) JBIEIPJiniLi' BIfOIEIB\ .

captains'. They built the their marriage, they prospered in
BY COllA iron-clad made the first of thegreat Al the Old Stand! In Tallahassee,where w.are prepared Id supply customers with all kinds o 'Ii
first worldly matters, and achieved a respectable I

Oh, yearning heart !! ,Oh, lnt'nmp eat raids, and .under Stonewall i competence. .Three children Dry Goods Groceries Boots and 'Shoes 1.
Why Covet what we may not hear 7 Jackson executed the| earliest of the were born to' them, and not a ,
Oh, fatal day 1 lOb, cruel death marches. But the
great,'infant.ry cloud obscnrred the domestic horizon
Why did you steul my darling'i breath colder adaptability. of tho North:: developed until Monday last. Early that day ,

Wai there no weary aching breast, every .hint from the South his wife was unusually affectionate, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS :

Pining to die and be at red, into a 'p rrectJ 'system. The .experiment and advised him to go out for the ,

Where thou could'at haply lend thy dart, of the Merrimac has grown to benefit of his health, saying she would A.t t3a.o XjoxvoMt. OA.MIJL PrlooM: .fox- torahs or
,Nor break a doting mother1 heart ?
tho'Dictator, the Dunderbcrg, and keep an eye to the store in his absence / OOTT02XT. i

Was there no home beucath the hun, the Ironsides. The engineering assiduity lie did not go out, however, ) .
Where dwelt some lonely unloved) one, of Beauregard, imitated by the' and toward she told him she Having! established K branch of onr home In New York, we are prepared to furnlih Goods ot ell '3:
But thou charms evening I Ltnds, In any quantity,on the shortest notice and the moll advantageous terms.. a 1
must grudge my baby's marked the camps of our York
North, has had! to meet a lady in New to
And match him from circling *
my arms I armies, .as if ho, protecting, mountains transact.some business 'in rclati n'to Cash Advances Made on Cotton Shipped to ,

Did I not chide the very air had followed our columns. liut the sale of piano.. This appeared

That dallied with bin gulden; him, it may be doubted tliat any division reasonable enough, and the unsuspicious HODGKISS. SCOTT: CO. .:;i
Leat it should prove too rude or chill, commander has yet arisen to rival husband offered no objection. .
And make my cherished.idol ill 1
the splendid infantry genius of Jack He waited long and anxiously for her I TF3W ''ron.s: e,,

Say 1 Was the day 'ere sad to me, son. return, but she came not. Next morn Tallahassee-. D, 1805-ly :,
When he lay smiling on my knoo- friend of :
ing he received word that a
Had not the night sacred charm, JACKSON.As in PEN, &OEOEOIAEAHEOAD; of Varieties '
his and a near neighbor engaged Emporium
When he lay pillowed on my orOlI 1 Lee was master of manoeuvre, |

Why did'st thou steal him then from met 1 Jackson! was the great Captain of aggressive ers the tailoring also business, named This excited Oelk- b B 4Q0 ... :
was missing.
Hush all Ma baby notes of glee, warfare. He ':;
Quench the dear light of his sweet eyes, cunning and the boldness of/ Napoleon. his suspicion that an elopement be- WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, :JTALLAHASSEE
And rob me of my paradise To cover his great movement tween the two had taken place, as CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.

by.the flank in 1862, he did not hesitate they had been previously very fond TALLAHAISII, Jan. 15, 1866. FI.A.. ;'
Oh, tyrant Is there 7 !
no appeal of each other's An inter .
witha society. N and after this tli Train
Can I not leach thy heart of.steel; to fight Pope's whole army O on the I'onmuioU and Georgia a Railroad will Copper, Tin and : t
Take home,and wealthand friendship mild, division, .and the celerity of his view with Mrs: Oclkcrs run But giMrme buck,oh Death,my child 1cHe march the Shenandoah, to that this was the case. It seems EASTWARD.
up appear .. ............
that Oelkers had sent his wife to a Leave Quincy.... 4.30 A.M.
the field of'Bull Run, was ........... ...
lives!" But not thro1 theo oh Death I again on ; An re at Tallahassee ..t. 0.30 tl < 15
'Does. the of his German theatre the evening of the Leave Tallahassee..t................ 7.00 "
my sweet babe regain his breath ; only equalled by energy Arrive Madlton at...............1100 "
Divine compassion seta him free attack., He moved infantry with the'speed elopcmtot, promising to call for her Leave Madison at..................11.80. English, French and Domes:1':;
Jesus will give him back,to me. of horse, and having hurled when the performances were over, Arrived al Lake City at............ 3.0v 1'. M. tic Goods .'
i from but, instead of doing so, ho packedup WESTWARD.Leave ..
three great commanders back Lake City at................. 1.30 A. M. i
A Northern Estimate of Confederatc the Old Dominion, died before the his clothing, took $200 from a Arrive nt Madlion ul................ll! 1'. M. Plain, Fancy & Japanned Ware >!;!
'J' in box, and left in a carriage for New Leave Madison ..I...................12.60 "
Leaders. lustre of its arms had diminished Arrive at Tallahassee at............. 4.30 I
I that flush of victory when rebellion York. There he called at a house in Leave Tallahassee at................ 6.00 STOVE |
We extract tbe following froma the Fifth street and got two trunks, with Arrive ntyulncj at ................. 6.30 HEADQUARTERS
had assumed indeed proportionsof .
New long York review Citizen of the late war in The a nation. ,lIe was the most republican which he drove to the Hudson River Leave Tallahassee ST. MARKS at.......TRAIN.......... 7.30 A. tf.Arrive A large and handsome variety oJ f :,|
a Republican pa and simple as railroad depot in Thirty-first street. I at St. Marks at.............. 8.16 .'
per, edited by Col. Halpine, late of of rebels, stern LO.IVO St. Marks al..................1200 M. COOKING STOVES
the United States any Roundhead, and this is why we There he met Mrs. Koehler, and the Arrive at Tallahassee st............. 1.46 P. M. | .
army : than that two.entered a train together, since I hold his memory greener the cars at Madison for Dinner, going from Coruljiniwg t
DAVIS. of his companions whose defection to which time nothing has been heardof and coming this way. i%
Let those them. Oelkers leaves wife but A line of stages between Julnoy, Dalnbrldge V \
loyal gentlemen, disciples the Union was augmented by their a and Albany, end between Monttcullo and 1 hum. SHEET IRON, \
of Mr. Abbott, who worship the treason to popular institutions. no children. asvllla,will connect with the,tr"ln "!
character of The three children of Mrs. Koehler E JIOUSTOUN, AIR-TIGHT, ":: -
Bonaparte, pay someconsistent There were other personages identified .Tan.M, 1880-tf Yn'.IdenL \ I ;

homage to the brilliant directory with this grand historical de feel the loss of their unnatural mother BOX, AND :',

of Jefterson Davis. Both fense, but these are the great statues very keenly, and their cries for Hodgkiss Scott & Co., v ,

were men of destiny, and the person- -Davis, Lee, Jackson, Stuart and her return enter deeply into the heartof PARLOR COOKING tOnS: ,i:

nel of the survivor is by far the no Beauregard.' the afflicted fatber. The only mon- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
bler. Of the fallen Mrs. K. is known to have takenis All Dimmer! in a neat and lnrnip) UIHIIner. -
Al... _,..___ __ angels, whose --- _- ...... ey NO.S4 OLD SUP, NEW YORK. They can be flipped any 'V 'I l ofthe ft'''
u .A rom about $100. She is a fine looking
jnuiuage swept our Senate
with JKWVH
the of Uambolton Brothers, connlrv nrtfecli-afeu a
Halls Returning Specie Thos. II. Hodgklos, late
he .made the most courtly woman, about thirty years of age.- Bit timore. 1'JPKSund: ELBOWS!:! coi.Mnntlyi.n. ) liniiil.
adieu. Of all the traitors he was At the time of the evacuation of The man for whom she sacrificed all G. ,v. Scott,of arm of O. W- Scott& Co..,Tulla.D. Out-door woik-Tin Roofing Cnliei-
most entirely in earnest. Of all de Richmond the banking establish that a woman should prize is her .h I"i-oole, of arm of Poole & Babbitt, Bain- lug: down Pipes, Oiiianienlali Iluuee ?.
cisiona his was the ments of that city continued to send senior by neither well- bridge, Ga.W Heads, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Llad.WShop ,
sagest and prompt. many years, O. Poole, of dOlt of G. W. Scott Co.,Tl- work of deactiptiul 4-
est and most enduring. He, only, of away the amount of coin belonging to favored nor polite.-N. Y. News. .Iahassee, l'la. done vn short notice every '

the conspirators, felt that his quarrel tho different institutions to a point ,
with the Union was irreconcilable further South, for the purpose of securing SINGULAR SCENE IK A CHURCH.In .- Special attention tfven to the sale of all* kinds o f Notions i

and stood by his capital till the last, it. The amount originally Cincinnati on the 5th, an election SOUTHERN PRODUCE, I
and has never advised reached the sum of two hundred and was held in the First Presbyterian and of WOODEN WARE,
submission. and to the purchase shipment
His captivity has been fifty thousand dollars, of which one Church for three elders. Two tick- WILLOW WARE,
belittled by and Plantation Goods TOYS,
Household ,
j ,
none of Bonaparte's querulousness. hundred and fifty thousand was lost ets were presented-one, a so called CHRISTMAS PRESENTS .'.y'

Blind, and gray, and wasted, his do- by plunder, and the remainder placedon Copperhead, and the other a Union Wares, Implements, Of every' description on hand Call m>il' "I

minions are narrowed to deposit in Washington, Ga., in ticket. examine before purchasing eltifll bere. i
a casemate &C. t
while the republic ho would overthrow ., charge of a special agent of the Richmond The organization of the meetingwas MACHINERY Nov. 7.1Si56mSaddle *

reaches to the silent oceans. banks, who, owing to the un* delayed for two hours, during Harness and .Carriage. i '
LEE. settled condition of affairs, was unable which the most exciting scenes oc :REFERENCES : ,

In to get back to Richmond, and curred. The ladies took sides and Melius Currier(Jo'L:New York. ESTABLISHMENT! "
Robert E. Lee the ,1. L Moore, Grlffln, Ga.
same austere was therefore compelled to remain hissed their Rev. Dr.
Providence to opponents. Bryant Croom Montgomery, Ala ...
purify our republicanism there some time while this coin was Anderson, pastor/ read from the laws A. B nd, Macon, ''Ga. "t'V ,

shattered our faith in traditional at Washington, Ga. Claim was madeto and usages of the church, that none E. Bond WhltfleldDemopolls Macon, Ga..las. ., Ala. have Just received a large a..or -4 l1.

respectability. The heir of Washington it by General Wild, of the Freed. but communicants could vote, while. Wm. Bally. !President State Bank .f :Florida, went of Goods,conilailLg of ",

went with the rest of the new mens' Bureau, on the ground thatit 1 the Copperheads held and insisted. Tallahassee.runs.' E. Batubelton, Pro. Md. Fire Ins. Com. Gentlemen's and Ladles' Saddles, \1
chivalry: and with Fine Double and Single Harness,
of that, ten tines: the talent was captured property, and an investigation that the pew holders had a right to puny,.Baltimore.Oct. JM-tf Bridles, Collars and Whips, '
great Fabius, crushed the of the case by Gen. Wins- vote for elders. During the excitement Saddle Cloths j ;H
of Shoe Finding of
armies description
our lesser every
till he met in Grant respectabilities, low resulted in giving right of pos- chairs were overturned, ladies PRATOBIUS & OLABK, Leather of all kind., \,41/1'lJ/
a man without the of the banks.- Travelling Satchels and Trunk 1
a session to agent screamed and blows were about to bo Saddle and Harness Hardware, {,
pedigree. He
was the equal of Afterward, about the 20th of August struck, when a policeman made his MERCHANT TAILORS, Carriage Trimmings
Wellington in Wagon and Buggy Hubs,
bodies of manoeuvring great last, an order from the President, appearance. Dr. Anderson urged Buggy ibaCtSpok.\ .. and lams,
forces The troops Duke upon small interior I through the Secretary of War, was peaceful proceedings and succeededIn TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Buggy Axles uud Springs, ly,

his whole at Waterloo fought I received by Gen. Steadman, then organizing by calling in a chairman CONSTANTLY ON HAND CARRIAGES AND : :p pof
i, army upon a mile and a commanding the department, to turn acceptable to both parties.- KEEP or sale a large and varied assortment of BUGGIES'. .. ,'
quarter arc but Lee
; at Cold liar over the captured coin on deposit to Balloting then proceeded and resulted every description, i'
bor for five ,
days GENTLEMENS CLOTHING! Machine Belting.
line of battle presented a solid the treasury agent. This was done, in the triumph of the Union Work made 10 order and B'pHrrtg done with i
him wo sought and the coin sent to this city, where ticket. The church will now be ALStS, dispatch I
till his whole force uianceuvred Alleut for Wheeler & 'Vllloa'i and DewI'e
it was placed on special deposit with organized on a Union basis. SEWING

and every'salient by the wink of, his eye the Treasurer of the United States. i 1 ... Cloths; Tallahassee,, lfIACIIINES"J.Oct. M.-,' E PURDT,
that' we touched Claim is now made in behalf of the THE PROFITS or GOVERNMENT

was Richmond u corps. While the fortificationsof Richmond banks for the restoration I NOTE ENGRAVING.-Tho bank note Cassinicrcs, SOUTHERN EXPORTAND : I

stand, his name shall : of this and it is that ,., ,
evoke admiration. money, alleged engravers, who during the war, have \ U4'V ; I I.-

is unacquainted with Tho'art- of war the order of the President was made Hinted the Government money, have rlsiuedto EF,Sinc defense ,
any so without full information of the facts made 1
enormous profits. One on lie public debt j
admirable. engraving pni< ,In t
Splendid I I
as were the in the case After full and careful is divided into the
of his company into stock, lion office of Assistant Jre
triumphs engineering, the vic examination by the Treasury Depart valued COMPANY I is now organIzed and
originally at $50 share of the United States nt New TillS 10
tories of his infantry per red York b prepared to make liberal advances
his 011
were best
ment, the matter has been referred the whole being worth 651,753, ana the
$60OOO.-1 ely amount of
I custon
monuments. over the glory of to the President, who has ordered They have gathered a large amount I ceived in gold Is"$91,686,612. Cotton and other Produce
his talent fell a shadow $.,
as eternal as that the coin be restored, provided i of materials, and have paid enormous j ,
memory-the frown of a resolute identity.between the amount now on 'dividends, so that now tho stock is .t The'iemalus"of 'Ait consigned! to our Atnts In Liverpool. The pru.

Democracy, whose sacrifice was lon deposit in the Treasury and that valued{ at nearly $000 per share.- I f EWING, of Tennessee, who died W1*.'1 cents eat>alu per.ptund Cotton for good In Liverpool Upland Cotton from and 60 from to 64

ger than his art. claimed bv. the banks can be established. Two of the dividends made in 1862 e red ta in the Sumner of 1884, Lave *"b e.I 80 We to will(1.32 advance cents for good long Cotton In Gold.-.
BTtURT. Ar. Y. World. tuovedtu ih'I1I. ,, one-half 'value In Gold or lit ,
amounted to 310 per cent, and one .11. wu equlvklentln currency. .
.. I stood in the We solicit orders for goods from the Iff rchsnls
in 200
to .
of 1863 cent.
cemetery Hollywood per lII'trotrlx's and Planters.
.. Admll Notice: The strictest attention paid to the
at the grave of Stuart-a The health of the venerable Lewis mallvst\ orders for goods from Kngland, Franc s
space months after date I will present my ac" and German*. '
without a sbat :. He revolutionized Cases is rapidly( failing. He scarcelysits 0An old bachelor says that the SIX and vouchers a*Adminlstratn: of thee ItlCUARD F. FLOYD, President,
the cavalry tactics of time at all, and his. death ib daily for marriageable .tata of L. M.White, to the honorable Judge of Jacksonville, Florida..
our and up naroo
.proper young Probate of Leon eonnty (or" Anal settlement J-. T, Piiici, Agent, Lhermol I, Knglnnd. t'
vas in dash and dissoluteness th expected. ladies is "waiting maidj." and ask (or.discbargt. $. M. ,w'HIT1 ,, J. T) BuixiiD: Jgent,Tallnhaiiee, Flu __
ym tat ts66--5T Adm'i, i;ov. if-vm ,

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