St. Augustine examiner
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 Material Information
Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu
Place of Publication: St. Augustine St. John's County Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1866
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
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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sroL.: v. ;:: ST AUG STINT!, t T. JOHN'S CO., FLA., SATURDAY, OOTOBER 6th.1866.NO. 9.

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t :; l" iilla\tt. tAw CLCVKUXD, 8 19. The Conven. ;i}
lIf'UI't THE. IHtOTAGE Proclamation by the PROCLAMATION -ft. ;
". lion but .
" \ tdit' For thj eonvcaSeace of oar readers ftyouraed ntfht.Gen. Gordon i!

I many of whom aw uninformed as to the Governor I Orrtcs or I'COBATB COUIT' Granger wet TretM-nt. Resolutions [\
I' '. .,> acclamation endorsing ,
t ; P DLLSREI) E Jin" SITUUDAV i done following from the rxtstiag regu STATE OF FL0111DA, ) 6th September 1Pt G. the Philadelphia Convention of Anguat !
. Election U Ierrd lobe hell
.j published in the 'United States hereby
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"" I *, I )I1$11." ( 'j' Extreme DxrutTicxr' > Counts un I 14th. and del trrIng that the effwct of the i
AI i isai atiheaeveralpm-iactsofthis
IHh jWiitaxAs.
441 I I Tallahauce,Aug. 1800.' :
LETTER roSTAOE--l'nEPr'ntQT.: Monday the ht day of October A. D. SoUitr's in taking up arms to snprrers i
np. / t/Sr.Jolin'ttCQ.t/ a vscancy'exlrts In the Filth IMG fur Representative to Congress, udI1t'lialt"r the late rebellion& was to defend and
Tbo1 requires! the poatsgtl oa &Dlt"tm I
l Senatorial District, compared of the of pullto lands. l'uU.'o beteiivurd '
1 \ \ l1a .,I te prepaid by stamps'or 'stamped County .,t' CalUoun bv reason of the ; at UO.Cluck A. U.,and closed at6oClocir.il :i maintain the suprunaey of the Con!'tltu.
,: ravel..pr.-.paynwoi la money being pro.tJa dun! df\ premrrv thttgtoq with nH'til ,
nonltfuo of a mjaMcd& Senator from .. .
11I. + "" .. : -.4 ;.WJJ...4il-irp4Jator....*..: al-s).,b* I t laud Ui.tri"tilb& : gi"1eraT el t."D, laKi'VemHr. The- following named InllM"d.n.re .ttipiity; equality ami the rijhts of the
PN'J'&..L The oulv letters on which pay IWi, ami also i>j the araltJiDtrcl.or W. Augustine"l't'Cilatt No 1 several States unimpaired t and not in
14'\TTH : n.'A."EU. men' i It not,demanded art thotitl ad4rt a- Twenly-lourtlifivnatorul. : l.i.hil.i "G'UUCtb..r at the Court House-JoUn It. Aadreu,
to the President VietMembers any spirit oppression or for any purpose -
or 'rnlelfG\
t pared unt/, Calhoun by rr.t* ..M'.cLarlNeligan! feusucio&ncbea.
. '" ,,\4'.;:I'' P ,- rntETOn'jl.ft of Con greis, and Utt s en official >I son of the noo-ek'ctiou of a '" business to the chiefs of the Executive I irom raid DWlrift at the :gon- I>uo..lV Uravo-iHrnato ISr..,." lit! urjrGr whenever dine shall be any armed rekUtaacttoth -
t'''' -.-.. ...r.- Urportmr ns of the 0011'r tDtl&. the heads al elation in SO"'Dltot"r.Itw:., and :jl" r ;* Cole% Senr. lawfully cotuiituted authority -
of llarcaiuy and chief clerks, and others in theTwi-nly-fourth'Hentoriall'ti; S4 precinct No. 3; a'the house of
N GRUS 5UUS01U1TIOX.: our National Union, whether in
1 ; OP Invented w4h the franking frivQcft.RATES. coin pond of die County of Fuwitr, I'll i i 1'n,.t babate-I'ml Sabate, Alexander I
4/;,,,v :ie' ,on', r. tl.OO'I: 'I'It reason of reaignatloa: of Hou. $ut- )Wcr, John Matters.Mucusia the South or in the North or In the taiL

: '!' F, .tllUt tb.. are The rate pf letter postage b three cents izLA. Cmavt oust also intlicr.tpirscntatve 1 branch precinct. No. 4, at the or )Pest, they will take up arms to maintain
.. : ac it tbr. .:...'b., :.. ,1.00 per half O nee throughout tht United : branch of the Genrrhl A*.em- IIOMW of Manuel 1aaa-luaucl Solaea, the Union.
.; :.v!;'tc4o,ub'c "i40". ukcn rorlrut.hu j $tatraandhreeceotsrureschqtldldonnlhalr lily from tho fulluwing Counts tie to wilt Jo*. Masters. Albert Rogers letter from Memphis& signed by CtnFcrmt -
'' tb&trattoatba: ; ounce (or fraction '''trt'OtTh.'\ ten In the! Conuty of ttt".aulbi.. 1>y -nou Omtige mUll precinct No. 6, at the
.. :\1IU\'trpt1 mk mart bt r.Ic1la ad. cent Pacific. Is abolished. ,( of tberesiftuiionoflloii. I.nlll) Jlvca, hou.* W It. May--Francis L. Daacy J::. and other ConfeUerate c'Rcf n,
o 'r'41ns I -p' The rate of postage. drop 1 tiers II i and laI..l'oul\llC'f Leon occus'.onrU toiuipaitu Autoaiu Ibya.lutlr was read expressing their sympathy with

-1."' ... .. : '- two ccnis.per Ifalf ounce or fraction thereof by the n ID.I.vtI. of lion. U. Tm i'rMaxwuu |".luknve prrcmct No. 6, at thtIu the Contention orSt>>1cUera' of the Union- '

t EUMS OlDrtUTlSISa. at all uc(* ..her. free del very by and la the County of.Mana >um ttt V. K. Dui*ni-Virgil R. Dupont,. and oa our part, pledge sxurity of life and
l carrier -established.. tee La consequence or the resignation Cectliv Melt John I'ellicer. I
Where such fret '
,: 1J trtl..18..... irillbe latt"rt1.1' clubs freedom speech and .
property opinion.toalL
delivery U not established Ute rait Is oat of HOO.JAMK U. Gscxxi ltolla-town precinct No. 7, at the house
W" terta.iTw cent Now therefore, know ye, that f, Diva of Mateo Solaua-Mateo SoUaa 0. Ytlvibeiuo. 1
dollar p.,: :square of twflvt, liarsaaluii'lrr NEWSPAPER 8. WaucKa Governor uf the state- of Win. l urance. A suitahls answer would be returned. I i i"AlIUIOTOI.8ept.
,forth* ftn>i uwrtioa, and one Florida, la hereby ortl<<'rud direct that JOHN LOTT miLLirs,
dollar{Tor each sub(. )m-nt insertion.i .' The following Is the 'rosT.\Ot news'pvtn the vacancies in the Senate' and IIou.e Judge of Probate Court i itit. I I-n.President I

Ttsto awl lejrtJ\ jnotlocs\ |o It charged. when seat from pub- of llrprei eutatircs sl. re specified l>c fill ; Johns County Florida.. arrived here to-otpht, beb, delayed ty I
1*Jle nafat as lr naf ftt svivcrtiscm'cnts, ex Leaiioa, regular subscribers t-J by election to lie hell at lie same Sst. Angtwtine ti rt., bin ISWJ. the ovation which lha people of Baltimore
ecpi notice of UiinuwJo as AuwibUtrarlor. Postage on dalttt&pen.. subscribers, time and at the pawn pltce*,' to Nit ou iaabtted oa paying. bin.
for which. the, charge! will be twenty i wlieu prepaid quarterly, yearly, in ad use bat Monday (Ut day) of October
. ',' vamv, either;,at the mailing office, office<<; proximo (INN.) the tlfciicm takes place: IhctINr.Sed: 1'ifatcr, a prom- Teas' of thousands flocked around' << him

e.Urinary notices lad tributes: ofmpccteUrjrt'l of delivery, per Quarter fl S. cental8ll Cora llcpniMUUlive to the 4CHU Con :rtrsoflhnCiuied Inert ncgrp in Montgnncry, haying and wou1J take no refanaLA

as a'treiliMtaents.. tint.pcrwt'kperquatter, SO cents.: Slates, and a HegUtir ;Io A liberal .li couttt made on yt>ar1y a d- For Trio eekly. ** .* 1'IV 1'uMic; IjiU'l. publicly
. .: *Yf'ftl.i" enta. All yearly ..J.r1ll1fllatDtlIliUt ,a oat*Weekly. 1 The Jii'lpcs of Pribate through the rte tutlio Union Lca ;o Convention hours the President's arrival at the railroad

; pea;'I I qnarH'r1a .d"n; For'Iretly, ; ""nlfcIURlir. of the rftttr will hku id I'liilaJclpuia in connection with depot here. lie was escorted to the

. !-:--::.1 1 u _. .'_ :..___ ,,_ ,4 f"\"r, (o',c copy "ntl,) due ttoiiic: of tb'ta rrocUiualion I.adIi: Coy Hall and nubneoaenily to the tthite I
sent Ittlit publifther to art usl tab* bets. tttut rfturnsoisitid ttwliou: arv went to, the Ucv. Peter boar, imlfcnantljr house !
srtn HK.1MU71U ithftaading was long after
TEWfr. whim the rininty ub/rj print anti tu: .' cCc-e wfiUt HrcKtary of Stutc M=t tliLw .
,_1 ....er pibl!.Li<*l, """*f.' dirrclil.U.v rCrU.i4J to l;". lu a letter to thercttiaet A J- nightfall Th procession which march.

\ t.tytriewetluu.tow' +c<>n.!ii *i' A Micli FUSTailiCU\T1t.INSIF.1TM.l 1:1-: u under my Lund! and the nrcut Kent Ne l says! : ed up the wane, was very Urge, eonnbt.Jngof j

. ..but'.1,1.. JI.as irk'ht.. Li a tiu& 1.!ttt.. ..tout ,.ieb'1t'r'igli,da p.r h1re IKIOK4ANDC1RCCIAR81r ; : cf!?..-'KUt.*tlf FloriJa.% at the CapL.l",1. This H nay country. I know no the military the Marine corps, tie I
l .lu ot TttiUkuiBi'f.uty .
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: wrtl In 0 .n.II'. .'"e. I. n i a 1"0 other neither el/t I wish I to. I have Mayor and Common Council tho flremea, r
->onot over' 4 ox. in wetbt. In bite \, ;., ,. .\. V. 1WWJ.
ra iuW*fur ; with the .l. ..l.! ctttl \
rTerutf t l mm halos
I ; *"* WALKER.Oorernorcf iMriia
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,1. n. ; *ir r 4 144K:** an! never known othtr friends than these.
ociuaL4.\\11 t"j' I t ursaa. J Ji nut over eight au,....-*, eight trots q over Florida. I huo been a U\o and have tried The demonxt ration was very Imposjag,and ,
J I c.ght: ounev. *,nd ant orrr twelvetwflveccnts <0 nuts. Py the Goveinor-Attentilieu. the President was greeted with great I
i, Fk/ilidCom. I i r.4{ to do duty and what little knowledge
I. ; 6,rr twelve ouacvs, i d not F. Aucv.Swr : my
ihe cheering by tht thousands that
Com in -.u throng ;
I has
J I have "picked never
{\ .hltt'n: OU'lCt'\"IIrt'n\| tints -tary lrkI m
f; Itt'.. \ I fA :I Virm'ar, not.exceedingthret. la'l am- September Ut ISG'1.Metropolitan, liecn u od cictpt fur the benefit of Peniuylvaaia avenue. I
't ,,tuone ntbltrpslwoeenleir er i .. I N'twVoat. 18.=Advices
! Oat* t : tee --- my friotidi nnd sty country. fly 6rft from !
I But: \ "' 4; an I not over six, f'ur cent!c over sii ud Enter- head now .hours the fr"Ma tf,.,,tntywiQh'I'a' IIltllo August &fith hate bees receit wit ;
I frh1i it.. Iocs I \ p. not over nine six centsi over nine and earth fut The whole b la '
t nut exceeding twelve, right cents.MISCELLANEOUS. >Jy days n are country a state of revolntwo. :
sW'i1t>t Potatoos, I I, tfw prise. drawing to a cl#e, and I cannot at The city of 001111I" b la ashen, .
white Bean tat
I fj-lor t abt,6, \ ;, this late day lend my name and whatever and inhabitants have d.lfrttcl1t.L i

Clover ttetrl, .i I liO One !Dt, iBtattljbeouimanalts J em- GHAND.AXXUAL influence I {Mttfecyfl to n move I $&. Marie a number of rtvolutionUts are

Flag It i I. U' brsciog pamphlets,s asioaal pukjicaliou IHSTRIBt'TIOX : think wi low and degraded. I have under sentence of death. Geo. fabuveninbeeiecuted

Ut1Urrl: 'r 'f 4t posters, transient, Luok, newspapers manuscripts, and handtillsa&d proof or TUB no objection to any p-ntleman, white b/ President Geffrard'a

.L'nckwlioat.! 1.i :11!-t sheets, whether corrected or, not maps, NEW YORK AND PROVIDENCE or Mick, IMMII;; a delegate ; hut as I order, but it will not Impede the progm* 1

Drift Path"! I tit : prints rugravings, sheet )lla.1t. blabks Jeweler Annoelallon cannot mako up my nand yet to be a of the rnolut I. Geffrxrd :I

nrit4 Apples, t. :4thi.ons drxiblt patterns, samples and plecards I traitor to my country, I cannot accept for aMummiag dictatorial powers. It..U
pbotfcfrsphie letter envelopes Capital I' 81.000,000.(
.'i ",LlxlunA paper the Y.ltio+. believed that the Government would
\ or wrappers card, paper plain\.,or suppress -
\ a C. ,: '. .4'.,:"... ornamental' photographic representations Dopottll)7 Broadway.An I fear my kind friend will find tbe monmrD&

)..1.."- i. I I r W 38"ra11 different typcSf tt K cutting,' bulbs, Immense stock of Pianos, Watches mine difficulty in ...:ttin any gentle It La said there b to be an Importan.
I roots and scions, jths portage to bepsU prt- Jewelry and Fancy Goods all to be sold
.' | \ :'O of color who hi
'es man- movement New York of
j nun any the Stephens
Is. to : DOLLAR without ptncw
Turn 1 Vr.\ by stampr; oa oat package, One for ONE each regardto
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ipt* I ,I -4 ttrinf U..it. tl
t.. 1at'ktdit...., \\1.. i .Nrra t.o cents; over,four ounces, and not over set what you will receiveCEIITIVICAT to accept the peiti. n. NKW Toss, 19.-GoM 145: ; cotton differ :
MAljt I I. \ .4M right ounces, four cents, over eijht; :: }* naming each article; .
-t ounces and not over twelve ounces, fix aDd its value, are placed in scakd envelopes uDchange.llltH of 1000 bales Pales
tine "j
'. (4MQ"III TAX ON MALT --LIQUOR.-The for the week
1,700 bales.8r. .
cents over twelve ounces, and not over anllweUmilttL Ont of these envelopes
1'ea a \
'A bel :I;by 16 lB<\ 'i., *1 .detp tons are aixtcea vuncen, tight cents. will be sent bT mail to any address Corotnufioncr of Internal Revenue tons Sept. R-Deaths from cholera
tabu one't rrrL \ bit HOW TO BE WRAPPED. j oa receipt of 25 cents: fivt' for $1 i has jw.t issued regulation concern for the week two hundred and seven i
eleven for $::!; thirty for $4; ,itt.ln ing the tax on fermented liquor and
A box Hl !
8 d.
>1IGlln two.PABIS
l.r. cp, con-, ty
tics: on*%i *' .1. t AU mail mstterhot seat at letter rages for 910 and one hundred for $15. the payment thereof. The 48th Motion

."A Imx lit, 8t In 'li'. ,''A d"" '1'0 contains of paatsgv, embracing books, book rnanu- On receipt of the certificate you will of the act ol f July 111: 18CU;, im- Sept. 1 4.-The Monlteur states
one perk limp :
l matter, except seeds, must be so wrapped last your opt ion to pay the dollar and puce on all leer, bjrcr-hwr, ale, pi'r-
,_ ?. __ ; )Minister War, to reside b France but
or enveloped with open sides or ends, as gates: the article or not. rurchasM may ter,and other similar fermented 15-
: THE DAILY NEWS. to enable the pcstmuter to examint the thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring quoin which shall be brewed or bra military reports to bit own country

'. I'I*8LD ,$h. packagewithout destroying the wrappef. Piano, Sewing Machine, or any set of manufactured and sold, or removed being incompatible with the duties of aid
114 AT"OHAltLES'5N.
otherwise such mast be rattd lint fur$1 and in
package Jewelry OB our ; no cue office. Napoleon refuted to authority
for or sale within the gnat
with letter poa&a >o communication, can they get ten than Ont Dollar's. worth consumption ,
S..C., whetbf r in b print can bt seat as there are no bunks. United States, by whatever: name: for Osmond's acceptance.Beaux .
<< I IIA8TUR with any reeds, cuttings er.scloni, Agents are wanted in every town la the uch'lianora may be called, a tax of Sept.Ala.Tbe Prussian

.LAUU T CIIjCUI.tTISSOle maps other matter n
of e upon oa each the reps sty tauter, day, selling our Certificates; tht greatest. not more than thirty-one gallons, law and parliament for Saxony. t
ANT: $UXAI postage sale of Jewelry ever known. and at alike rate for other quantity /
Bend 211c.: tots Certificate which will any Units, Sept. 1 I-Negotiations between ./
+/T/ir./c//x barrel
At the same time get our circular containing .
reraons progress. It U said Prussia demandstaking
4 therefore in Fluids who desire
full list and also .
la sabwribt for ai CHARLESTON FOR 8 ALI :. TERNS voAoivrs. particulars; the oath of loyalty to herself by 1

,PAPER win, coaiult thrir Interest |.y Addm, ARRIVAL OF TROOW.-Company the Saxon troops and the payment of ten !
seaOieg for toe $, desire te sell the ff rase in which I reai4non K. of the 7th under .
DAILYEW Tnfuntry command
Charlotte, running througlu JAMCB1ICTCII1NSON & CO. million thalers u indemnity to Prussia ;
,TERXS) 10$ PKft AHUimf. lloniltal Street Built of Cochlaa$ton 1W Broadway. Y. of Capt. COMBA, arrived in expenses of war and right to garrison !i'

I'ttbliahcd la folio form sams size u the in the best manner,CO by 40 feet, contains St Augustine Sept. 15th I860. Cm. this city Tuesday, from St. Augustine fortress Kognigsteia and the cities of Dresden .

.' KewYorkiIcrall.8TATIONERT., : ten rooms, a lane garret in which four, and Leiptic.BERU. .
I J more can be made, two Piaxtas, a good Notice. and are encamped at the old
stone Kitchen a wooden Kitchen one and of the Regiment.-F/bnVfa . a half stery with two firs places, a large'' persons Indebted to the Estate of quarters
been of tho. of
Letter Nttt and Foolt.ap Paper whlttaad and commodious table land aa excellent ALL Duffington late of fit/Johns Scntfal. \ expressed passage ,
yellow Cavvtopes,ls,Ink std Inkstands well ol..er. grape arbor sad four sweet I county deceased are requested'make .. the bill authorizing the King to makea

and ptyrmg Cards. orange a....... dire Lot 108 by 78 -. immediate payment, and all persons having Gent Gust has act only given arms to loan for liquidation of the Late war
Aog i i. a; >E. CARR. caIST BAL DRA70.St. claims against said Estate artrequestedlo -
). Aopwtina/ Aof J 18th 1804. present! the same duly authenticated the cadets of the Virginia Military Institute expense is announced 'on what
within the lime prescribed by law or ,bat Las also restored to them the old '
1 ASSORTED Cno > this notice will be pleaded la bar of.their "Cadet Battery." Hs remarked doing :
Ewers an* /{Basins; Chambers, Bowls, SUtcDR1E8. thai should the bill be reJct'J J

f TUtes, Caps\.sad &uce, Tumblers, Corn, Salt,.Flow.. Pork, Lard Botttr recovery.JNO.. C. BUFFINGTON, that Hhe rUingjtneratlonmuitboeJnca- ted the limber of deputies will be
taking Dishes. ,!Tea Pots te.Aug. and Crackers.An Administrator. ted, and the means for this purpose must '
l1; rx ,R. rA1Zr. It R. R. CARL Rt Augustine, Aug. tl, 1NSQ. *w $41 he ......t1cI." dissolved b,a royal decree. \ ,

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' : "3ugu tl.esl.'r. Pmtdeat ok..... I Highly Important Correspondence. the latter of which, althoughyou! Onset, ) / f

The following handsome tribute to "regret that there should be a collision Tallahassee, Fla, Sept: 18t4 / (

ST. AUGUSTINE; FLORIDA, the firmness, constancy and integrityof "Let justice be done if the heavens between u*," you think' 'that UAJOB Sis:GUI.laaiarceeipief Form. your letter .f ,}

( the President, is from the Rich fall is a good old saying which will "the issue had better be made it the::1 Ida, ia reply to mine .f the ... .
SATURDAY, Wr.. ,1868.1iG mond 2Yme: ever us in the conduct of this once,"and I beg leave to say in tee date sad gather from the contents that I

I -- -- II The workman amid the buried journal.:govern It abut act of ply) that you misapprehend tie importance Too dill .....e, according to your order
Jm Many of our felbw citizens ruins of Pompeii, 'while! excavating a simple of your position. I am of the 12th' directed to aw, -that aurtUl t
I justice to our worthy and very law ia Mill ia this Matt." I pr.7
t I were undoubtedly ple:used to sec in near the gates of tho city one day, Intendant thut the j IJu.ing'l1ibl compelled to call your attention to wire i also from your paaaiaf ay qomion

w i. our City this week the familiar faca discovered and dug up tie skeleton ; iniiortaut correspondence be thu tact that martial bw b still supreme our without notice that your officer*a.lOMB

r of our former citizen Col. JOHN M.HANSON. of a Roman soldier, who had died at published;and we give it to our readers ill this State and I hereby an not subject to arrest BOW, when -
I his when all others had hereafter oft of July. U.OU..rlou8J'h8tct..t, '
I post, escaped with further comment tirLid10ll to arrest, any
no xor,
Wo understand that he/ from that portion of the town. Solitary feel called to officer, enlisted man, employee, in sir! OB that eoaeenJoa that you require

\ j is trying to so arrange hi* affairs so as\ and alone he had Mood them fur though a; good we deal may about it,bercrJkronWd upnn:- any of the departments of the U. S. at pMsaenoIntc4 mjr raads, ia suflrriag bj the police roar? Are men roar t.

, j tope. blo .to again; reside in the centuries, upiuhl in the solid lava, say// Srafisel.TAuAus. army, while in tho discharge of 'hb nbj**. to drink, end earouae, sal if U. .

Ancient City lie may rest assured helmet on his bud, shield upon his air,Sept:6,16t.FJhlur I arm,aud javelin in his hand. Terri. will send me the name of any of Impunity;to rua their hones at f lea re
I that whether amongst as or absent tIed thousands had fled through those StfttnthSIB them, against whom complaint b through ear streets ia time of peace, oa

from us he will always bate the respect gates, where ho walked, his lonely between: The following Gen.correspondence FOSTER made, for investigation and award the make preteaee a colored of brothel military of aeeessriy our capitalyard ; t.

,I II arid well withes of the citizens beat and perhaps eacatll'.d tho impending and myself will Maj.explain itwlf. .\1ntentbDt punishment.. and the officers i sister their com re!;
ol the plAce. doom. dauntlessficntinvf 1 have examined the Ordinances tad yet not be arrested by th. police:
cf the I to
.. 'f ... who stood there on that city attempted of this city under which you act, and TIa .. air.! as up to the Uto mtoratiea of
.,. 1Veli the attention of our awful. day of volcanic wrath, was put In forte the ordinance against Sad therein that the officials! are required civil lax by our great aad food President
I disorderly conduct, when I was met wo may k'ok fur a revival !.f thew: teeaeeia
readers to (1Le New. Stock of Goods neither relieved nor ordered ant by bv a order of the General ,bjf tho Ordinances as printed, our sild... But you caaaot mifeBurMfcw
the officer who tooted hun and he peremptory subscribe to the oath supporting
received tills week by our I of his wl1la denyiafthe authori
young I his teat till ashes forbidding to arrest any tho "Confederate States *' and ata!! Ptfl ieent
paced suffocating : at'(/.' to procWa she"" oratia -
friends $RAVO & DUNHAM. Weare and uoultcn lava buried him erect at men, and on my i foliating againstthis that in several of'your ordinancesdistinction ofpeaet and ci.illa.: and aplu&

f.-_ .. ,' glad to chronicle the fact that his post. Amid the horrors of that arbitrary assumption of power, b nude in.regard to fines' thM arbitrary' tMuraetioa ofpower I do, .
i and cbiiujnx' &R thisnewtt'1s Bad been and left ODaueoaai cssl.r
or. .
steadily'increasingtheir da/ho forgotten,
'I proclamation' August this anion tho lliItI Wac. aad city CotTaetV +
business, and intend to have on to perish on his post and to bo ex ?lth) tEe abolition (if Martial Law, of servitude; both thiw eat twef eoleaa protest; aDd 1 astir
that Citizens hunted centuries afterwards to pro. facts arc violation of the bw: called fy lour otter that ia aanach U\,.scan
band everything our and the laMUh'meut of Civil
sent to mankind tho rabliucst example the "Civil-Rights Law,"and I ia of paUiejurtioolusfceaseri'to'iy" i.pedrdDJthhactbmofyWrs .
t desire in their line. They have Law, and my right to arrest: all class I shall take
may c\cr kuuwn of heroism, fidelityto torn yon now, that at the first session I

I + I started in the right way,by pursuing I I duty and of subjection to the stern es community offending, against 1 was the notified law in that this of the U. U. District Court, ,1 ',tht before earltat tho civil epportaaiiy tnbaaals smizniif this:8tal.you

\,: a course of advertising liberally, ducipuno of old Homo. "Martial Law Is still in this shall enter suit against yon, or any Ia reply to your renoert that I would

.'\ which courso the. world over, has behave often thought that the State;'and that I would supreme not, be allowed other official, who. executes said discriminating refer cares to you. I baro only j to sd t.
; moral gran Jcur of this spectacle was O dinances. that (have ao.uaJaorii torepor* eaVaee.
never failed to be recompiled with bad to do so. submit tho correspondence that 3cmeexelu ftJ1 under the jari.die-
unequaled br any'hing we ever Very Respectfully,
without further comment. lion of tht latendaat, ton Court 1'sr.'
success. with iu and
t met history or romance, Your ob't servant,
,; Respectfully yours' tUL" Ton will not tw surprised, tkeroforo ,
1 ..,. Wo were visited but week by never, until Andrew Johnson stood : .'. EPPES.: j. G. FOSTER, at my decliaiag do ... )
last winter sentinel rand Hrv't Gen.U. 8. Coma
a solitary Talbhassee. Msj. Army g Ue*ptetatly yours. ,
Intendant of
of the
t tho Hoe storm and although tha City j
alone, at tho gates of tho temple of F. EPPES. ,

11 winds and tides'were very high, we constitutional liberty, was there in HEADQUARTER- ISn. DAxT'. OrncE, Iatea_
i) are happy to be able to state that no politics truo a counterpart of theaurtgo DISTRiCT or*FLORIDA, } 'Tallahassee,Fb., Sept. ,18CG. } [Foa TUB EXAMIXUU s ] V
fidelity and devotion that MAJOR GEXERAL FOSTER.:
I dobe.6bt .
i damage was betaaaeHe
f 1TAtuu.tssrxScpt.11,1866.ben. Do not DenpUeHlm
Roman soldier. And when the history SIR: 1 have the honor to acknowledge -
i } s Mr. Loso deserves the gratitude of these times shall, hundreds of I F. FFPES, Mayor of Tslbhassce. the receipt of your order of the U not Young. .

otthe citizens; in offering them years hence, be pursued by the stu : SIR: Several arrests having been lUta. I was not aware that Florida lie .a..lOlID; once, full of mirth!

dent statesman, the attitude of the I made !lately by the Police in this city b under Martial Rule; and having and gayety' altho, unaMumiig Lieenmptny

i : lumber are very greatly reduced President, from the time he took hU and fiacs iutpoed upon officers and seen, and carefully perused, the wa solicited :hit preface

prices. pie is now selling at$20 per punt| until tho Phibdolphia) .Convention emitted men of the U. S. proper President's proclamation uf August *the harmony
t scented essential to general
thousand. Many of our houses were cantO to.hu! assistance, will ever while in the discharge of their the 20th, declaring the cessation of
be ... itiiirnca duticr, for allc-lgod offences; the at. Martial and the restoration of Civil and amusement of all press rt.-
i sadly affected b) the wur, and we regarded a tn> ning ,
I rats being detrimental l 3 tho service In[ the .ref Jbnhou.t he was Diuhetrte .
the citizens will tike this of heroism and mdurance; : vulaoni Law> in the Southern :;Luut-'II' thedtato T ;r
( hope opportunity presented in the aUD.1b tfthelmi.iau of tusjovcriiuieat! and the min illy of Florida by name-I pre"4wi: .l. generius suet a faithful
I of repairing them.ISnckweat. aba; tai in iurtjuccs i totally unable
1 ho axlit' and bra of llulcalism :- 1. diner with lhjb
race. ou venture U tue friend
) ; eir.yiii n.) uue, re.-pw.tin; ;;
I II'. have fallen l and rolled'! t : arum authority stall, ,, i # ill nuiiUud' vruU! ..ut-< ryf tiioc tot
/ that I t
to >
past him; lint faithful, resolute and or ti/ttate ysu; prot official capacity the point lit ijue*
i We are glad to seo that FATHER uuuioved like the! lU.ni.ia sentinel at tigaui'f(r.imiL.r procceilings! in the (i it. lu>n, respect jUar'urdem uiitil, ebb 4::eur wtriUh. Us was a CtUlifalEucn

AUBBIEL who is always looking out tho gates o.ltulIIll4.ii., hi cannot 1c tun*, a id rcfj'wtj.i'.ly: :) re |Uc t yeti, can be totted bcture thc proper and a i of hw iVautry, willips at :sit

i for the interest of his parUhinncn drilled from btu ciiarge, bit if need to instruct your roficv' taut 1"i&1l'r "-,X- higher trilmnal.llu tines (u s ffv-r LJ; liutuMe aid Ia: iuJoffDar

: introduce be,',with swonl. rhicld nud helmet i Lt they talc the t.aaa.s ri auy LiW- Ordinance to which rail *
!! and the place, U trying to Tea Mi-jiL'bCtl. the marks oi mi-

i ;i: this (raising of Buckwcat in this rcull.to the jxT.sli lloinuti: rather ee.bier, ba tLan will l5eo.UidJit tad. offending ut the tJoveruii.cjt t5.ter, .i,d5er and or fjrw.ird euipin: ;tne ce tae iny attention retoratauu, were uf''' tbs all repealed on- vice at .ti>I l.ru: siaetrt ; and ofirhnh
citj gt.veruaw.t
1 1 county lie has a little planted in perish in the mi-6+t crit.irersjl death M.uue tj my Hvw.!<:juirtvr ; 1 will aud biJbre my l-leciicu a< lu.teuJ.ut. Iiv ut.ty fwj.nmJ.\ In BuduUli. .

i his garden which hat already, blossomed and ruin. TltrMi, the dread: end strickly and impartially aut...ti-.tu (if the tact of this icpe.il :\) Lti wary have vulTcrvU inn

,. and looks' finely. Wo hope fiery ordeal ho will parr unscntbed, the matter and puu! U tie offender I ihiormed Major DCXISON auJ re. |>eruuarT. 1.o!itt u. view, du but tie-

John's will heartily to illustrate what the, fortitude and I w aclt 1 auiHir; quested him to apprise of iu lathe :
the farmers of St. I \ you #p! till u rul;
fearlessness of owns unaided cry llcspectfully, lent him contained
one to
patuphlet are
second the Reverend Father in his with round and intellect
blessed mind
: Your ob't servant,
I will and virtue can achieve. To future nearly all the or finances still in
.j? in'' J* G. FOSTER, which are N t'ef t* don
attempt. coca will be transmitted, force, bound up with those that are by many ,
Accident.. terfcjs of glorious praise, the instructive hrr'tMaj. Gen. U.S. Army, CoauVg obsolete,and until l a new edition b the decline of middle life tfo J ud

j t, Tuesday afternoon about 5 o'clock lesson of his p.v riotie greatness. 11 1SCC. puLlishcd,thiaappanmt inconsistency make him feel unpleaantlj.
the I
Events through
contemplated requires explanation.
five soldier attempted to cross from atmosphere of the are like MAJOR GE.MUUL }'O Tm. You yourself may be apprcachla
present? SIR: I have the honor to inform Rt'pectfullJOurs. that stage of life,and ere luug might
tho creek to.the city, were capsized, physical objects received through the II. EI'PES,
Mr. Alexander'Sweeny of this city reversed lenses of the telescope;their you that I am receipt of your letter Intendant of Tallahassee. lie told not to expect civilities, be-
of to-day and that 1 do not consider
full size and proportions are nut real cause are not day
them rescued them andbrought : pa pong, par
Intend of Tallahassee
t '
ized. Rut let At them ,
posterity INTE5DAXT8 OPHCt )
gaze has If he'U
passed. a anjoorner
land In the
them safely to, iu wise amenable to youor
through that correctly adjusted! tel6- Tallahassee, FR,Sept.24,I860. J
Hitchcock. Mr. Sweeny deserves lK.'Upefuruillhed a long seta' bf ytfur authority. I ,have simply) DRCYBT MAJ. Gt5.. FOOTER.Sn among pa and alone, strive not to

tho everlasting thanks of the soldiers departed years, and what, to us scc i discUurgcd niy duty cc the Chief officer oho make him feel h lonelinesa. If pa I
: In'yourletterto me
and the of tho citizens for his little twinkling stars will, to coming of the City in putting in force the can make him useful mentally or
praise law urW JUdin ." As 12th .&., pa forbid me, as atten
against yon
energetic action. generations of men assume the .., protest against it, 1 shall again suslnd slant, -'to arrest, hereafter1, any officer phjiicallj do BO. Remembering pa I

I' '. patio outlines of colossal worlds. the operation of the 1 law until .enlisted. man or employee in might require hit aid again therefore -
fail in
ElOCtlvB. Just so aro we liable to -
I' appreciating or tae U.tJ..
Civil Law ts supreme 1 could never any department army, do not alight him cause his,
Monday the fint of October was the grandeur and magnitude while in the discharge of their ofJie a1dutieL"
consent to put bw in force against not There in the
\ of those acts and that unflinching any pong. u, no one
the ordered for the election of a Allow me to enquire whether
fellow-citizens that would not be
\ of which the my who will feel
by means community more
courage this order to officers and gratefully
t and applies
member of Congress a Register effective: against the officers and privates -
President has called a new and powerful men while off of duty? Information the kind attention of other, or
of establishment
hnds. to the fact : norcatf
of Public Owing into existence, and has Jour
party has been lodged before me,today, ofavioatioa be wounded their
I I consent that any appeal shall more keenly by
and the dealt Radicalism death blothat
that there was no opposition, to
of the Laws several
city by
be as from the Intendant's want of eivilitics than who ha
you suggest, one
make it like loathsome
staie.of the weather, the vote was exceedingly a of your officers on Sunday morning,
I wounded snake, crawl D. agony to Court to purs. passed the meridian of life.
the 23d and the of the
smull. It was as follows: ; on morning
its-hole there to wither in venom Respectfully,yours, ".1 nun'a for a'that." .
24th 'There bwfor a man
; (Unlay.) being no ,
For member of Congress F. )IcI .t F. EPi'ES.IntendsntofTalbbj .
and dio in Tho form of the
) .. trial of these offences against the t"
Leon, 14. For Register of Public patriot President will tower like a municipal regulations, except in the ..

I LmaayHnon A. Cnnwty"14 mountain in landscape of American TALLAuustx'Sept.11,1866.- IDtel .""'. Court, I would farther or JAcraoNTZLLtr.: ."
t'j / history and the mcafcuro of his
/ 11..8.l SeaMer. fame will increase, -with each revolving MAJOR GENERAL FOSTER respectfully enquire whether pa still :We are gratified to be able to state .

: i Wo icar.;:lhat Dr ''HOLMESSTCELG'S That popular enthusiasm SIR: On further reflection I conclude propose to resist, by force, the arrest says the Jacksonville Union of the
1 year. and trial
.. parties,so offending
j name is mentioned: fur the which now greets him is but a that I have no right to suspend Very respectfully 29th nit, that the Cholera has. entirely --
Senate. Ho would bo the ordinance against*Fast Riding. pan,
United States faint echo of those plaudits with F. EPPES disappeared from our midst. .
t admitted to a seat in 'thnt body as which) unborn millions of his fellow- I regret that there should be, even *
in collision) between IttcndktofTsi1ahassetDtsTaict.. Although at no time baa it been to
and in bo
appcaratcf any -
soon as anybody; or otty citizens will hereafter hail his name
us. But other questions might arise, I prevalent U rumor has made i it still
would neither le the 'tool n6r advo- and perpetuate his memory when his f uDtivAttn/ or Ftoaroa. \ ,
caio of disunion Radicals.-Fernanrfi'ua efforts snail have restored tho Union to bring it up, and therefore, the Issue ASSISTANT A&mAXT Gu'iOrrics. V I f Iu presence among' us has been.on a

.. Conner. of oUr'fathers.C0MMnncATED.. ri had better be made at once. 'I .Tj1t.htu,1,na.8ep& 24.1M4. i scale sufficient to excite apprehension
.. shall continue to enforce the ordinance It..,. :tnz..btUdui&ofTtna1
following that : i*
We lee by tho one .[ .] against: all classes in this com Bias You letter ofthls date'is neeed. !,- here:and to keep strangers and
". of our fellow craft, Dr. :HOLMES I I'f la.replj.lbef le ftto7, that I visitors from the eity. We hare been
/ : J.lr..EDlTOBVe were pleasedto munity.Kespcctfully mst decline to allow to try and
.STEEf.K of the Editors of the yon pas hear
one able
to of within the
: see in your paper of last week a purs .lab. o&en.a soldiers of the United no case
Florida Union, Is mentioned for the call for .an account from the City oj .P. EWES, States,for Hanidpal ffeaees.Heaae bat ten days, and the general health
United States Senate: If he should Treasurer. We hope the City Council Intendaht of Tallahassee.IlEADQCARlBS. tt furnish ra.wfcsi the Barnes of

of the is that
city quite as good as
.....;.. Us Mows who. violated tho city laws oa
.be selected we feel that It will' watch will soon have it published. 'Let : .DtsTiir ICT 07 Sunday tiad Ibis BOtaisf,with the eharjes which ordinarily obtains at this sea*
t the interest of hit people, and be us also suggest that the County tffJatt theau sad the aaaos of wit-
FLORIDA SEPARATE BiidAbt v son of the The people
his annual par. ecnntfJ
Treasurer give us account. Deuce, sad I Tins hare them properly arraigned
faithful to any pledges. he makes We do not feel that we havQ !In anyway Tallahassee, }"IL, Sept 12, 1866.Na. .) before a Military Court. may have no fears to "visit the city v

Four Sifters of Charity, la attendance been wronged. But it is the F. EPPES, Intendant of Tallahassee. Very Respectfully Your. ob'IIn'a, :, now. .

si tao efcate.hospitals St. look,have rills or Tax Payers to know how J. 0. FOSTER. An emigrant! steanuaip- liaeji late bo ..
j i. fallen Tietias to the epidemic, and sacri- their money b spentMANYTAX SIB: I have received JOur lettersof Brevet Ifaj.Gen. U. 8..A., Cemmaadiag. established: this FaD between GsirrtfVfc
'8ee4 '''.1h'aI1A the nun of cbarkjr.I .PAYERS. latft evening and this morning, in tad Liverpool
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>L Ktw Toes, Sept. 27Tht "(Sty of ....... FLORIDA HOUII, Magnolia House, or Ys FIOUOA.Votosta nu' Caovrf I i

J ;Paris'* from Havre brought six hundred The fbUewifig ttrtlt1 tletid be ST. AtJGUSTIXE FLA. ST..AUGUSTINE. ConrrT. In Chancery, I
Jaxts H.Fowua. B01 forfortdoiartT
fty-eg! bt thousand nine hundred fraaces ITIHC endertJjraed baring taken theFWR1DA \
read tied well "alia .
I I ( weQ known BOOM, which has Jot M
,> gold Gen. Beauregard wu a passage Myofe W tion eulet ae to I ..iSE.intHs; been entirely renovated and partly Theodore C. Center, George Center,
b the with
ft* e y, now fitting op same en rtHirnUhed,Tiow den bdaee Center Same Center and Gordon
state, w a &<*, tit patKahtft of tire new Furniture In the most complete greater Agnes ,
Wanixaro,>Bcp. 27.- Tht National penI SBT t IRON I jed u..d. Banner, and designs to have it,. presentto mats Center.r .
ioUBif*nc r says oa authority that Chief4urtIee tbaa aey alma o aen in the Invalid and other, the'conveniences To IttYlNtlR4lMlnnllfls, appearing to the Court by Affidavit
L..... and Judge Uodcnrood hate U e4.... the laT_ aa eeval and comforts of first-class HoteL mnexed to the Bill la this ease thai
Billiard Tables can be found b the who visit the "Ancient City, for health toe defendant, la the there action reside
e clade.d, ,beeauft cf the legblatioa of saoeet 01 .txpitoJiadThey tJ10sjIaL House for the use of the Guests, and ,er pleasoro, than any other! in East Flori out of this Circuit sad at Femaadbab
latlCnitrev*, tie adjourned( court\eta- are expeced to do more terFi Guide will be furnished at all time for la, baring about BUTT ROOM well ten KSSSM County b the State of Florida.
act be hold at Richmond next month, Tioe for lees to stand aGe those who desire to hunt. Boats tot liUted and warn,and over three hundred Os ;lotion of N. Usher Esq., Solicitor
and "Geld- a&iag partI..wW always be at command. feet of lulL for the omplaluDt. It b ordered that
euasequt atly cast of Mr. Davb caa-- : to
No effort will be spared to nukf the The Proprietor b of old standing u an the said defendant do appear and answer
I defend
not be tried, puff an? store people without Heett acceptable in 'every particular to Hotel keener know the wants of hl, Complainant's bill within two months
'dcot to-4ty fnadt the following appoint* They' cheated'anise' aaeee Address, until the 10th October, theusdersigneil. i undivided attention to their rouUvrt. otherwise. said bill will be taken as eon* a

note Gen John ;A- DU of Ntw York ofteser ... tIe .at New Haven Conn.,Drtwe Ills Table hn tit be rarpanodby feted against.them. It b further ordered ,
tiasof talf&laeed ee&S4eaeej tban 41 ; after that date, at this place. any in this country. that a certified copy of this order be
to be EnvoyExtraordinary, and Minister other in Uw to- \ J. II. REMER. A GOOD Lain COACHKI IS BOW BPISUO published enct week eoeaeentirely for )
pie&lpotetttUry to Franc any ,eelinf nInky. two month b the "St, Augnatinu Examiner.
HtighEirbgef BL Augostbe, Oct. Cth INK. It. nOM ra-ouTA TO fUll rues.
People Pay aprSWs bill with "
t mesh a pape published to St. Augustine.
tob minister resident
mote relacttaw than ether. It CARD. Horses fur tiding and boat for sailing within tie Eastern Judicial Circuit of t
tf A
at the IIagut, N. J. Valentiat of Mans; can be had at any time. Fltrida. '
goes hinder with them to expend a During absence, Dr. DE."EDlcr.wm ,
chaiettat* bt a ComnJssicner to tht dolkrona thin my J.NO. C. UUFFLNQTOy, At Chambers, B. A. PUTNAM, .
aewt] per ten oat attend to Professional business. rroprietor.St. .
Puts Exposition .to lion Harry May, txConjrtssman needle t gewgatf,* yet etery body JSO. E. PECK.Bt..Aaraat'f. Augustine, fix, Aog.11, 18CQ.li Setp. 18t1a 1869.s. Judge

,lied Baltimore to-day j jTat araik hMf of Ihe oditer'a pefl and .. Sept. Pith 1KA [ ...] FBA.NCI3DUSTON,
etI\1 Estate Andfoae and
difficulty between the .United 1M rater'a let. How many f&hjfestteaalj Deputy Clerk ef Circuit Court
Suits*, Unull, and Lute Arcentiat.Repubtreferent and petkieti Mtwltlio&land .EU8. ED LUMBER AT Broker.I1E Vehsab Owuuy.SepL ::
......">&| to Ur. Wat&bone, ear \ :2Del18IG. 'S.. !
fcrttt&et PEII
.hiTe been i teade. and J- THOtSANB."tTTILL ,
MMftcrlt Paraguay .pantof taroufft icalar attention to
tat lOllUry;'lines of the Allltd anay,ha by flU t"rieHJJ t a- t ta- be Mid to clco consignment, .: MI g1STR.1TO1tS'EXECUTORS' ,* BAY SIDE SEMINA
beta Adjustd. TbIUatted! States GOTtraaent requited tea of Ae edits How W_ the reouinlng lot of Seasoned flUARDIANP, and TRUSTEES' RY.e.aer. .
set lged them if they should 1MD1 inevn towns and o4la bate I \I, belnr\ an 11}inch with squart 8ALE8. AT

.persist re lutal it would bt regarded. ua bee halo RotHeI puffed edge, at the low pries of twenty dollarsparthootand. And wm buy and soil REAL ESTATE
L I.
violation ofi International custom and Row I* tbo ebaqce to get Ball, ,
.'eout,.,. The representation of the intoprot&rtar by ht mfc ? "How ,lilt whrl if needed fur rrpidriof pur tales wLea in required to of do St.to Joha't; and will County.attend to (Thirty miles Eaat ef hew York,)

United Bt&. Government had tit d. many railroad*, a >w ta sWesasffcll ptasea, at an unprecedented low price. any part 3 1" 1isM
aired effect and. Waabbuni was allowedteprteeei. operation; would a fban&nd b. Apply to JOHN 0. X.O.NO. 5L R. ANDREU. >< fflla'l
for the "I vlr that aoret tfee wed d?" 8t. Angullne Ott.Rib 1806. til Sept. 2:od 1866.BRAVO 11"" IWILl.

i.JIQ aA eft.. in short,jwhat i bf aeh of j iadeetrr Notice.UA i & DUNHAM;, ROria gxrruira 19th, 18G .'
eel activity beta
a BO promoted -,
'The following decisions bare re tUankted aa4 de&Iei bj>>pm? week's after date I will apply to DEALERS I :; SPECIAL, PARENTAL cart given to

candy! -gtren by th*Commission* And ',Ao hat tendere4ik store the Prnbele CTO of &I. Joh '' to our cbar Parents

t of Into rnal'Itereano at Washing than smile p taaeelfot k*' k/- Florida, (man order to sell the DRY GOODS wisbbg to place their children Insafe ,'
hand*during their ldac&t1oulCOUlt
Real Estate! of Stephen Marten, late A.
ton Tbs j Important to farmers, floe of &thiasf and ttld COUlI1.deetuM.. Hats will find a healthful and agrteabb boat
Clothing Boots
the .f:4"-! and for them b this .
to farts the fontaogle tome of thebcd1 OD arve- Ail persons baring demands against the F&aiJl8cIL :
lints of law tile + t wig aj eager eaid Estate are requested to tie them In and 8b033, AU branches requisite to a coxnsnrcATiox
p :: crowd herTiAs gold is the OSce ef the Judge of said Court. thoroughly taught
41. \\Fa-rmmtn not be required pa EDWARD MART'* Arrangementa... to secure proper
to and the c aodkii there Te. cd &c., "0., &o.8e. .
'. make return of produce consumed in AdlDh\"ttp r.fd. physicil training end txerebs at all ,
are raid at senor proI I I h
their cbf families. paid Argistint Ovt.Clh 1 800.Hctico. A.patlae,
I a JinmiHiatii intriniieaUyworthlei a; and Fcr TEll. '
w Flue farmers' "tI from sales Arg. 11. ly Board
with scrupulous paactuaUtypjhJle Washing. Fnelaad Lights; with
'of iird 4 lock arfr to be;found by deducting the gamsng-mom of the Instruction English Studio: *, and to I
in '!# the in-uts (receipt of abi a seat of hetpenin trade Befpapcris ,, orders c.l n ninths after date I Mull apply' to DRY GOODS I Latin. $100 per quarter of tea. weeks, t I
5h5 tbeJu'ijtt of the Probate t ':rt'of payable b advance. :
tell xo'ii. the
parthiKe tuoney pail. $ and pennio*, It shield be made a 1';.JohaV Connt.r, for Letters dimnliMiary P ERFUMERY, Drug and Medicines' Music, f 16; f reach aad Geraaa, each,
fur tht 'bin}. J-tauLaaItl have .enb't. {mint uf honor to liqu 'hte a p l1tet"s fn m .Vluiltutraticn i of the Fatale of Hats, Capa, Boots and Sboes.STATIONERY. $10, per quarter. ltrtwttgtad Painting '

.die.iuj; the tear ly death or rub. .,m.I Sieplien iltnt-n late of said County de I atProfcaon- nlel. Yecat%lasle win be .

tin*. i in pun-anau:1 Uuuey fuid fur .. i r. | CfOM'L I taught to. the School without charge
I Tin and wood Ware
uh V toasts ; fcd/usted EDWARD MAUT1UN': Iron Crockery, Mas. E. H.
fruni MYEIW
niy THE
bej J CO.M-KDCUAI$DEAD AT Sui Cau and Hardware, for nit by ,
'th iffi M inetuue of tlie farm. J.OII.-1& stated ,tli,t iMn. \. 1. Administrntor.Ft. 0. UURT.fct. Bsr. 4. H. MYEK3.', D. D.EiChsnceHor .

3.:j'I!.. d-: lortioi, cfri be made by likeor<< oi'AtbntA. has inaognt4d --Arju-lb...... Oct. CtU 18GU. .. Cm.: At::utlne! Aug. 11. It1fiG.' Refereaeent

Uw IA lut-r fur the valao of ervct!It afantupturhose'a; imrtHHi ut' the McCoun,Oyster Bay,L. I.
NoticOvECU e)1 Ot Clatll'.S,1CINIS AND UQUOilS. Hon.Solomon Towasead, .* ** tfev
. :TvttJej pd by Ins tbtiicr vluUnsn, hattie gruul d at Sb:3'ji: fir lie j. L. Swan .* *.
wue!a |r be tiinnlly Jr.!, for a tch tiieut <.f th) l baaeD' ( ,th1 I:A. week's after date applicntlon Dr.P.Y.frye, t. ..
tertla Bi,,pt not. If hu adult fehild* illlt'1 Johns- and aeoldkrs. t I U nuule to the lion. Ju.!ce of GREENO 'MONTGOMERY Jo.N. BmatfaJs, Bra., ** **

rca Wurk far biia and tt'ttulUe Through tip noble cxinr* abut la veil for the 8t. Joha'st'ouhty Heal E-4-.te forr/orm of Prof.8amul B.F.Horn,LL.D.,N,T.C,

IKIW*. Jon ft r thnir iaW, tLrr are tube doa of this lady, the v|'ex,*- o the M'*i''fj late of sai'. County! derrd.JACOO .JUllt'Jb. : TTTILL keep .constantly on hand a lnana lion. 11. J. Baymoad,N. V. Times, .*... .... I
h Itrim.
Yy t"lDrlfl.amanment of frti (am* D.D. ObMntr'
''i rtf ;iHed.aaothcr hired. nborersitTtV.crailpin wuertukingiar! adduced. M n. 8YPEU Sly uroreriea cf first quality Halsted hunts*Co, w *.
i ;:I hue Iucpn i .u. : Meeker, we learn, is canratekt.4 the I Administrator. W.0,T.fihedd,D.B.JTot U.Theo....
q 4. M uey pal4 fir labor, except States to nppjiint} aretti:: for the re.ceip&oflluat1'&Waul fit 1.. phone Oct Cth I860. 4w. AT THE OLD STAND ,lI. Y.City.

+i such nsis DJCU" cr employed in do iy be donated OfGioacx 8. Oaacxo Charlotte Street, II. B. Smith, D. D., "

,, uestt e vrntce. or,In the productionof in aid of the ccea tiahmefit I Notice. fit. Augustine Fb. I Rev. J. U. Hopkins Jr, Ed. Church.,

ad scald cowuoiedb:the family of object by U dceean.goTthe=eI A LL person having demands agabst The rubl! are lulled. to call before I Rev A.. Journal C. FrirseD, 13 Bibla Honaf MJ.
thi Irod.cer., may be deducted. and the establihni of n .. .1 P. the Estate of Joseph Manucy late ofbt. 3rchasinff Motto I U Yjulck ales and small R.Schuyler Esq. Maiden... M "

5. Nq deduction can'\;be allowed In The bonco of',the Confederate dead .mike John's Immediate County deceased art and requestedto all profit, for cash 1Ir barter.OEtlRGE8.GREEN'0. Co Eo \\ Hid 2lPiBtBtmC M 1

anyitaie.fur: the coat pf nnirodue lie exposed and ,bkaebiigat Bh li, IOU having claims against payment said Estate per.are James )L Eaq. cor.Wall A Wil

tire labor. If houwsacrfanU are and it is the duty of erery requested to have the tame dulr,authenticated AMES C. MONTGOMERY.Aug. P. M. liam, M.
Uyer4Co.48 Wail Street M
eujJoycda portion of! the time in man and woman in the Sooth to to the Undersigned within the time IS. LB.KirtiandErq.S9Pbt Street., .*

,proa aciDS labor such as the making tribute at Urtj. .ly at pmetieable]' in prescribed by law,c.r this totiee will be W.P.BftCKKAY. 8ep&.29&Ja1860. ,

(ftittertnd] ;, choeae for1,sale, a pr.. aid of this teerotfal cftort to :eSeet pleaded b bar of their recovery.JACOD SYI'EL.Administrator. .

port orute amount of the wages paid their deeeat berial and roteelioa{in ST. /.CCVSTUIB FLA., \ St. Mary's Academy,

the! i may,be deducted. the manaer pfbeeted by,the ae em- SL Augustine Sept 20ih I860. 8w.Noticfd. ELKFlIof the the roiled Northern State District District ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

6 Expanses for ditching and t eo This Institution under the charge of

del ting *! .land are plainly J ezpen CneII.8oAo.Neort! lb 84 United StatcaCoumUsIoner Com the Bisters of Mercy, will be reopenedfor

-i fa permanent improvement*,and. --- r..iL.SAx nbtionerfor the Acknrwledgment and the admission of pupils oa the first '
I clecfuctcd.- Faiftcisc$, Spt 27. -A b IX week' afte-date we wm apply to proof of Deed for the Slates of Uasaaehusetta Monday of September.

I. The 1 whole amotnt says Q_ ftama was to }* eonvmd Ute Judge of the Probate Court, for New York, New Jersey and The count of Instruction embraces
expended fee of Administration, on the Estate Pennnjhanb feuding, Writing Grammar, Orthography I
.t r fertility applle4dtiring! : the home in the Govefnaeat stiff Taade r* of irtr of !? 'J't"i Arithmetic,
year Joseph Jlinwry, t. ? Agent for lie New York Board of Underwriters Geography, History,
t tot..be farmers! land* may be deduCe bUt which was Iteatood >y fiterttarjStward County deceased. and General Agent of the Khetoric, Natural PUiotoBhy, Alfebra j

C4,,bat no deduction, is allowed for, I r JACOB SYPEI, United State Accidental Life Insurance Geometry Chemistry and Astronomy;
w ttlizers produced on the farm Kicn MAUGEOETHYPEL Corny any of New York for the North French German and 8fnth languages;
ojn>, Bepl.27.-Jodj*Quid h s
n ,5 Cost of teed for Augustine Augt., 18th 1S66.) 4 Ct; ,. era District of Florida. Music vocal instrumental; Drawing,
purchttad sew* been eleeUd Seaaior over Jofra Tyler Jr1.pened Office in the Court House. unto and omasental needle work
l >-
It. r nd planting mall be, dedacted. deot.J. Notice: Agents wanted, to whom liberal Commissions TERMS PER ACADEMIC YEAR. .
8.1 1 If a ponon tell*, timber stand Af9 tl WtaM orP' win bt paid. Board and Tuition bed and
[fig, the prcfiu are to",te iucertained at CItIe&IOOD'\ lue..._ *web afterdate I wfflapply to the Sept. 29th 1WW. 6a.la I ) payabb half yearly
tailor, from Gemaay, ....... bedding
%,' %the nlu or the land helmer, rtoUMf eb the ...eMa. w of the Probate<< 'Court of St. I 12 O.00
C' Cons EmSBB ClBCTlt
TUB occtt
*Jtcr the reiHoral John's County, for letters cf dabbtrt Pocket .
of the timber,and aeensed at harftf'' t stoka /sae Money. 0.00
nroathefonthas obtained deduct. which he poeitlTrTy dtak&:ctitef oyon,1 lion t. the Estate of JOHN John E Dick.PECK.'St. or.FLOBJDA.Br. Joins CoCxrr.-In Chancery, Clothing, Book,Poataft,Uatvbl and t
lIE aU' God to strike .bs dead VeVao 1 laplemtall used to tat dtftraat brew
nhm the not .
land OABOTA. Bill
c of kiMtietrtrthr Augostbo Sept., 8th 1S08. Cw. AXTOIIO t for fortclosortT eo of education art charges waich depend .
.oa tht first dny of'January, 1862,ori t Taoferfttllttarm -- YI. /. Mortgage.Albert upon a eM cHno- II
bad hr beta atttrtd VSLlferylL
y r ho
> John D'1lda1e.lrirlra Viand 1
.1Iaot that"1 ctf pttrehate,if\iparehated fen to the eom. .deed .... Notice. Drysdalt, floury Oranges and Lois tioa of :

that bate.a. .. Granger his! wife. Frederick. Bust xxTBAcaiaQx ram ACAPMKO TBAB.rATABLB i
Where hare ThtSJt ftt4htheaaaeofaaewreligioufleHerrteea TT'OUB weeks after data I win apply oJP
oo repairs been ( .. the Judge of.Pro'aato Court, of St. phrey* and Sarah Humphreys his wand U AnTa ci. 1
**de by the taz-p ajcr Upon; any tly YOrk. ItbtttaeBelttfof Jo 't'COUDI! Florid*, for an Order to Alcuso Bravo, defendants. French Spanish and German, :

mildiflg owned by during the *! Cad jwhat tat SMtft. of iU the Real Elsa: Felipe SoUca, late T appearing"to the Court by Afidatit, Drag faaOO !
|reeeding yetra can beJ Charity It to tat CtibtlbtawtL! vf BU John's County deceased. je annexed to the bill, ba tb1I case, that 80.00 !
-J>datd fore retmin made daring 1.1 .. I Afl persons having demand against defendant, Frederick C. Humphreys, Piano u4 nn, of tort, CftOO i 1

-fe year for wldch. his income b esf Six hundred Ia tat nave .... taeirHpearanet kt laid Estate, art respectfully, repeated and hie wife Sarah Humphreys, reside TocalUnsb, 80.00 .
"tocI. near' the Rather I line of to present the same or file theat out of this Circuit and at rmsacola, in Plats tad ornamental need work win
Jtah Territery., cansb* grcat b the Office of the Probate Court. the Western Circuit Florida. bttughtto the prpUe boarding at tht :
10. A farmer should nuke return attn tht aettUr* (a : t MAT1IEW SOLANA On motion of N. Usher Esq., Solicitor Academy fret of charge. Pupil eater
of til nit produce told within,' the sg ... ,tttft Burvivebg Executor. for comjnaba&t. It bordered that the bg after the commencement of aeeslon' ,

:es?, but a men executory contract I oa'& hare too taaftj Mtaft.eaat So whoA 8L Augustine Sept. 6th 18C8. 4w. aid defendant, Frederick C. Humphrey wUl bt charged' only web portion of U at :
fcr a ale b tale toaat Ms friend* oaat etaataf- and Sarah Hoaplreys, do appear and may remain. No deduction, however, I
not a ; delivery bill within be made for absence tao :
tM&r answer Complaint two faD partial or
either actual or constructive, faetsenusL I Notice.LL I month from date of publication this withdrawal ef a pupil Wen tatexplratioaofa ;

Tho criterion by which to Aeep eartfisV out ef a LL persons indebted te the Estate of order. otherwise said bin will bt takes aaeonfetaed *..., talon Ia age W erne '
Jwge whether a tale it complete( or way sad ttffl.tMrt J Samuel Bd ingts late of 81 JohnjcoBsty against them. It b farther ordered iBatat diaabttL .
.not a to determine whether the ten Oat or Ida..,.. deceased, art requested to snakeIr4aedste that a certified copy of thus order be The Aeadeeb year wffl dose byaaBxaabatioa w .
der payment, and all perioaa havteg published out a week consecutively for sad Dirtributica t of Pn-
rUlm Sn that ehtracter a word of.... stliom vpokekto ; ckbusftjtest aald Estate art request* two months to the "St. Augustine Exaal* ads, at which Parent tadGaacdisat

t liah&oyv; I the property if the IMP ..... k 10 a .A.., tvea t,wkeadrofft4 tdfto. present the saat duly aathentica- yN a paper publiihed b Aogustbe, art requeeted to be present. .
etiv were lost or destroyed, upon by.. op a fewer. tad wtlb ki the. bed by bw, or within the lutes Judicial Clrcu All letters received and seatartsab-
"ticacf the parties, ,In the absenet ... .... & notice wmb* pry b bar of their B. A. PUT NAM, \ lest to tat btpeetioa of tht Btftrier..IittUrt ": t
ef other wlitloa between them Row b U that treeajeaa\ put w. new 'f7. >. of toqafay swat bt direotod Ittht
tin any dress without eftk| tlsem treat*? ItItktewse JNO. C. BUPPINOTOK, JOHS C. DurmGTOY, Soptrbr t* St.Vary't Attatltsy I ,84
that of tht'' vendor and vendee,p they leave flat their Adinbbtrator.Aufuttbt Clerk ClrcuttCoortSt.ABgaBtbAnuit26tlil868. AUlJBiWBB, rJa.I& .
wcm1cJ the Iou 11th. cltthbg. i .. a Aug. II, 1866. 8waohdW .8. Augustine, Aug. 11, M8ttl' .



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.. Wo jrould be obliged to tho Tko ElftUoa .fro Wo to IIuvc Another My ; Notker-Mollicr-Motli. I JcncLd on Gardening I Con-

individual, who took away two com In Maine and Vermont the result War? cr. t tluueU.nadlhc .

pleto' files of the ExAMlxnn tho "is ; The New York KviningW: has It li laid that thwo were '
at : already known, (\howitig! ; a j'ctffctground ; among can, 'Lt! gnwn a! ary

urrendcr of this City to the United ; swell in favor: tf; lladicafcj. 1 nu article ou this!! tuljtct which con.iiurc3oitijui ho lost wurds of the great and Litacutel '! *caxiu, if the gruuud 1ht,1ot&. t..1 r

"States forces !la 1862 if bo would Still ... :l worthy oT beiuo reinxluitd llcury Clay. '1 -
eo far as Congress i* cotuerncd.nothing ; \l tbl.h: luiru here a lesion. Lookat the bed two fir three lotke -kIt j

r, return them As WO1i&YOUOW return- U guim-d II by our ('n lUll't'. undMuJied in this dinciou. your bous and daughters, and realize with fresh ttuLIu uuuure, Ito IP.JMlraw '

\ : cd and revived the paper, theywrouU i except, pcrlpps, the alit which in. AlU-r rt'luting the proi '.itioulut & ihu: uujwrtant truth, that iu tow or tro.h, fp .L.i&iQ wtU; make

.' bo of much greater service to .>('rt.-k.... mpubr ui-j'.ritui' iu.i y pvc.or ; there is ..lIw d.ate Ua!Jcr OtcoaJ.it uurw.ry) is laid the fouu .fliou ofyuur ; the grouud tw lat t<> the dvptli: rat nit

I us than they could be to any one thu ('fTt.t.t llioy! m.y !uu- ..uvliicr akin uit.iio c p.ia. chihl'.l'uturu b1 !. JudeoJul'tc.vhiuo j i inches and war theecl j rtty: thick
th.'..u U> play thu vu.pty-headed .
I else. New York World, News, upon the goucral re.glt.u: othorStates. ue : uz.r lash, uuj tu ttte-u-tete 4 lilctuuein ly; trample it iu :1u.1 \ 4te.frtvly..

Times, Herald, and Tribune please :) Hut, how will it lit'! < with 'i hew is plenty oi" n't bldov'a ..u anal uuu.Muse, teach thviii thejaiuot The" tcvd oh.uld be reuved, IVwai .
0\.1)1 ., t"e.II but talid -") .....,,) '
Ii ,copy. I New York and Tcrni*}Ivuni i, ami! true 4'f\.ItUl'llf and tuciulues the north, every yey.tiJylar.
h'I.IClIoi -..
UUM .ul'i41ulb -t. 111every .
iVuo the have adirued
are u.'a 1a.o ,
I the otlir-r States which :.
ll .
are t' i <*vr Turnip tan ls plautuL i it
thtir Wuen I
We take in inserting .Hale, rc..II.!v t'a.tILt' *
IG'r pleasure I..UI&WrA .. .ture, uud reticttcd a kola ot'lory
I : the advertisement of Dr. and Wo fear t.ttribt oun>flvosiih pr.- .t iM-i""Ai.,u (.. tikiuui.j Burl war. ; upuu their cuuutry ( 1 Lau rainy, Irout the middle oi July t
phnyiii here. We have tried tu itutietllio pit ..:...o..I'f tint tint of October
3Irs. 3Iycrs of their sehovl fur : pc with taw cACx-ptious, thosu wi u inutaucy u*? fenm-nted I ..U.
young bu.y our eIvcs nit wlt'i: 1'iith in the HUill attOJI lit LlUll. It Mill. be, .Adoevery Icarut-d tu clasp. their tiny ure, not fraia. hoar Uigi; Turnips
ladies. Dr. Mrtns f'nuerly
\"irtucuud justice 'f the .\Im.ril'au11l.'Illlk''hh iueil.glat r rahll) reluai':a. ",.wirba lauds aud kneel 1 at a mother ride, rl.IJ.w variety much. the U
pastor of, the Presbyterian church +: I, ..rt'", It ..a.1 \1 >,loru. awl dedicated their hearts tu the >t, :>m

I / in tbis city. Soon after the (coin ) the h+"|>e tha. the arc the iiiiiuiry; u H,i* .io:* rod liKrty.here : i-.tbcr ot' Spirits. from July ht to October l.t. I'Lu.lithegrouud

menceracntofh'wtHiticsho removed i'h'il.idelj.liia eunn utj..n utiuht, evcntiully at on.,c uud forever: aa wi-il as I. .\ mother's hallowed influence deep and har .,w well,

while result i ill y. His kiuducKS
to .
E cent journey if the );re! Mfiitthrough war uii'i.T any ]*."...i i.Ur puuxt.now : bill mother's love. 'i'hough he way till them halt full with uioU manure,
there, to many of these, who were i will hc simply rum to the country : wander front Louie anti
tie Witt gi\'l'll m but little tar eu:ugemauy draw the earth user th.
compelled to leave this place: after i ; it will baud<< u.. ut4' interminable iu vices that mother. itunure,
yet .
: encouragement <,u fth! its oceupation$ by tho Federal f itt ., ; I voice, olt aud tender, that tell up .u
frill always bo remembered with nicipal buditnt. II,)" olfK-Ll udion..flowed : t >tiintu>n, 0111,1! ct up over our ; his car ill infancy, is borue uji 'u high ; rake the bed ..:. *.- tu t dcieur

gratitude. their ronteiiipt and hatred ot hc.uJI IrC IIIti..lU. '1 he authors otsui'h I uuuy passing breeze, aud whupcrs, of gr.o.i; nuw( take A WuU-

S ; i him ; while private citizens initnl a luUiintuutt would be curwd Oly IOU, my son, rvuituiber a mother he feet K Jut:, and Lure tw., Unit auger

VQ.. The cralt which plies UltI\n :' to IIlInt'y ?nd in thu God!
the St. Sebastian at the ferry ?i. no t>i sj 3 Lk. TliCAC IiiMiits. the p k>|>ie every .wlicre. "laud reverence oj iU<4ert woodi.a peg* in the h.!e., ai-

doubt, very eommr-dioui and lufevcwcl were not iii.iied al >tu at Andrew 'j U avert: m-ha uii. 'tbrtunc is the mercy'eventjfive long years has Loin lowiug them to I'r'j"'tt two inthet till

-but' not many will disigrco! ,, Johns'iii a.H: rn--vivKvif ..t' the rllilt..1 luty of..IIIIIu.1 wen iu every port oj' nuwk red with thu pat ; sceues, jwlitical the under Me, Hutea a ct/uvcultsil

I with us when! we lilY that: ho is not States, but uiorep 'irtii uf-irly. thn.u:,i tuo t'Iuutrv. Hut tu uiert it we needuodcritiou anti national, warm aud cxcitiug. handle tu the iuiplentrut :and pLv! itin

I rcyiAf. Tho fact .is wo **U.in lingaigu:\1\': ;but aiidmaction canto andjudirioiu have pojucd a Way; near filly jear the middle of the ld I ; |.rr>. it .
lad marked tho thaChri
; a bridge at once. Will out :the I';i I II' )lit) vrhivh! ho 1 bud adopted it* 'cpjioHitionto wen ahould bo elected toL'migrexH tiau woman restiug-pLtce, when her tumble dawn with& the t fu.'t aud in the hlui

County ConiuiisMoncrs tnko the I that: of l.\.r,'u;,;rt,+z. UNtrue i : ; uud the jnope! bhuuld IlIjn. idiots bed of death, is heard thus made, by the pegs put two *,r

matter in hand ? We have no doult ;1'I that ho also wet with!) cn i.urig-; sternly rebuke all iutuouVrutv or ex-. ealliug for "uiy mother, luuthvr.mother. three nt-eda an 1 cuter theut, wUu: tWtuud

but that the ; nupiuander oat f dtiuoiirtrationH citnr langui'u ur c..lu\'t. everyhfiv. ." Sweet words tlr the .
obliging; i I ing of approvcl ntvarioiiH iiI.tt' thr,c quarters of an inch dcvn.. .
*! -I htro i:4 i blaiu
do all in his everytend or.e who owed his. gruatuw U.> the
tho pro would power p Mints ; but there "-1.4 too side; tiny'leaden ufalllt.lrticseeewtu : lithe ground u dry |our a cup full
maternal care of a mother's love.Mothursduyou .
to further so desirable. an object, much of the opjHisite! to warrart ut to extreme lucasurta, to iutlaiu- wish: your k.U to of water I iti each huh ; when the

Coy in'' HOUHB.-.'I'ho buildi in beljc\ing; that it wily ctinfinod to a matory apMXiUto, | I Ihl! 'L'ufluIIIJ'e; ; honor you in tho busy conflicts plant are thi'eo iuche ]high, lib

ruin low violent eIolN)aents. It came from .bu."c only object and etiett li stud tille, to lto oruauiuuts to society; to 'ut t1 one in each h ,Ic. 1 u.c thLiuDib
is beinr allowed to
ing :; to go further irritate the ut'one ..
when with;a few repairs: it conldTbo too many quarter! and from too high; t-tinn ap.inst the other.]eople t..Uyuu in the cold hour of death? :.rr ta transplant. .tir .th..
Then them
rourcos, not to give us tie ni'>st seri \ IiLw ad to h others part- gnuitduud, .keep rUiu; bat
t made useful again. Will net 'some .a 11 thi I.UW. is wrong; ; it is tcaich tLc;U the way of virtue "f Luu- never
i of out cititcus: take the matter in ous l'I'prc"cUlinns of its unhappyrigtii ('hc"'ltbl.dangt'u4. '1 here are too ality and religion. I law alter the bulb hi btauuof4tw.

I i! hand' and make a representation to kaueo.These' tuny: badmt-u in both hcfti-n ready Our cities: anti essatry hate t...;. '1ltM tar.arid r>w very Weo"\l bent
to take irritation
? demonstrations :are, urea! advantage; of many youug tutu and >.)* Jf .&! ;anti' are exrelleat rat the t V e ia thl''t. *
tho Government and |JKu'ion ot'im-n in authority an) .. of ins .
f the lint .
likely, the eauo of the recent .t,'rgiverwtiouof principles \irtu .:-
to wh U utterediu
interpret litorally it
Tho Clock. the New York: II.rrtd.Ieuuctt Cum:,'rt's or in m the White afitrotDJr.: tu giiod bnedlu at1.. &:;.aMH l i;.'*. &iz :lie :'t d fr. u a. e

t We hope that the City Council nrtuti, I'lititid.u, 1'.16.1. Ili OHM: iu hl ,tean 1 ungiT.; ,it u tiu.e know nothing. They ot.ILl'bane tuouus Utu brought ot ucfulness. I, tir< oi' .\a.a-t. L,11-tyro? r.vovtraiv 'i1, MM4

will see that tho clock is repaired at worker ever w..tchfulul'the jojiul! tr t.;.. all true men to ni.tii'l firm, ..lid up iu idieue's the mother ot \Ice ..:h wit Mjl .a 11! *'ii ....

once. It can doubtless bo don-i at current ulwiys: trims his sails to suet unite iu iuh utin alit lt'h expression foolish aud ..ilU mothers! have i iu>'tilled lUr11 It f 1\.r.I *. .i!h* r "<, I >.,1tItI
I a small cxpensoaud it would boa tilt breeze. of public opinion as' will briu:: in their minds Calm idea of wh-
very llodc the
jMssing >crU !Gu reie I, fk,oU the u..rth.
U:4 Uu-k all
: u'i-I.\&I"I''IpOiltl"; to r:1f11M"1"1.I..al
r rt ,very greatOavenpeaco to the City. Prvs idl'ltt now, declaring) : bis |N.lit-y the Itlil'r11u.14. ofMrictoernuitut. ..IraUlUliarialg \"Uu.liIUh'aI a gvutteiuau.aud they arrtaught or third }'Hr. } :rtyrtk.
tu liiok with dUdtiu !
There is DOW standard time ; formerly 4 failure: and lending tho inthieiHv! :; 1I1're .au sstvty,, ..Ut.nk their (II.terIhJ Much thtr..up.rr'or- cud lir,.;"-y> rUM : are the b Ii: 1'r the

+ when we could boast a watchmaker iifhii+<< journal: the interests of the oj tb..tit.! daui r t:r >wi. ;great t.alid .
t met with Franklin: or a Clay, when > The (i I'\'t"b ::bl t.iii t
his clock regulated the time, tr every da.oi. a I.'I.i'.HH' ofthe I
: Itadicals. the foruier W6&I"! busiest t I.in.HVt laic in the
I |I--Jr. ujircutieo < Spring, letter I
i.f l.erw ..
!+ : but now every one has: to rely upon What can bo done Nothing.We Ship Mate. + iut. : vtiereuieK [ at the printer's trade, or than the other I".rt ,
l but .
t 1 I his own time piece, aud no two aro rut' i'Ud .f M. Iul'l I with the latter in the slashes ,.,.llan- ..
I .
can only watch and pray. !I"t unit IA to re e.-t.iM.j-h: .til! .,..-..t t;utf-n II. tIIr
i: I alike. For the Mike of the public i ii ir nothing tuciiibir..f the I'n*i i.lent.r a11;.rii<. .it oute, hUll t>i put: iii tin 0 over,would riding; have his lather's curled horns to mill X IT AH CRAZY .% THK KR>T- I
they lil.tJft'uu" During the fourth: d..t '
shoultibgrepaired immediately. in the J"'o\'it tivc aid and cuoiIWt 1'|urtAI'tnc government 11 m.irhinoryin ;
to and turned .w.l'n'III'
j tempt to unsightly ; fir the "r aq'IIf4""r! w...e.Iletl"Loyal f
\ Our U.J'. the enemy. I If our r .i>t f fears lire (oierutioii.- } an object. To converse with southern

t kinco there haveboon realized, taut J lladicalism carrion: the ISIooti -Jlorc- lilooiL such is iiuputttible., Their words areas 31r; l'lerut'nc" tun"t'nti.ln't. : t
It I h
i ) I man1yeu.: lay then will the poor South .l'n-1. !It "' .....UA very .lf.li at f,r t'io! war wind their minds as chaff and a rf* Iuti'nr, i t..n'hrii, hc dr.u.lf of, ,
.1 ;as many: improvements mnde in their souls as They have ,. '
nmoral ii..u
udrnl[ the iron heel it'l'liuritbruftLuut 1m world to beouietigain vapor. the Southern l lI'u'I;; "ra te ..o.t
j this thero hare ]been lately. of despotism ; intellectual form '
; place, as : nor nur come- John C. rl1dl'rw."I..f-ins*. tar .
I I The old town went to*!cup lite,ut two but, trusting in a kind and justPruvidiMirc quirtrd. In our own lines*. Their views, if they han the fearlt.'y iiI''t htr.'e fr his 'lahrsin 1

l I centuries ago and every one rniMovlytho we aiii'-crcly hl;|w that country ,the UailiraU Mill brcathoe any, are of the lowest order WInllbia't endeavoring tit bring t*,ja"ti .' tie 1

1 I for death but that turn* tlleetiluaylwaverleduudth.ttwitbv '; tcIi; t: ( against tho sul.jugntciland : J : Is it owing to their natural ;neat head "I i the Ltp rllltn. .J frson
sleep but
I ; rutiml.Siuth, ninth incapacity f .'\0; it i U trueeublu IaVM. )Ir. t' nil. :
the 1'a'l' : |-:>/ iti;,n.at hand, tholuniUof earn upncthe ''hit\1 u.-
I \ out to bo all a mistake, she was onlytaking Iii a defective early education. No ianaO\e .
I the I'rrsiJent mob : I bo ln'lI tbcuetlI
\ I a nap and although; lottO l is not I may mother was there proj>crly' and did and d.'i-Liml 1 tint the ledrmandfl
and tie 'on.ocrvativrflof, pc-
l by the p jhtpular I 'vote raid hU policyru't.iiuttil the North OjUalilicd to take d,. of the infant
I yet fully awake, yet wo BPO WHO I ;;e that .]nth: itavi fhou te- J
I ji t spasmodic sign that this rather I long l by lie i h'[uhr voice. I I). Ill South Atucritti.the \Ut.II: <
i til then l>ari; :'iisi<'-ntiauc the' with) means of usefulness,that wow that
I duzo is approaching !its end. After we should be cilm and |a- ;nij wir ip 31r. dart Florida, thonght the
ticut. 'ArJin succos. In 1n: ;:L.ad there gave thew birth would tell them oltheir Convention hpud! be silentcen the

II t' so long( a rest wo hope that. tho .. v ._ :ro riots; i in, Cart lie, there it rcvolu-' blood," or; i fj their riches subject l. anJehnull rather evince a

"Ancient City" will awake quits refreshed CotiHrinallon Nrnlcc. which, if truth were known were obtained agnanimons sentiment' tonrdl .a
tine ; iu !l.tl'eritrev.it! in "FonitnCircle" .
; by extortion and ,
and make gigantic i Mrido* 11WI1otheruub.flll fallen fi After dL
The *.m" + ca"".eaa,
t Attgiutt.t J'tr''-, tt the 18h threat .mifthfr, Canidlin
I : towards a full development. I in means. They grow up the motion was withdrawn
t., : 'j he Uiglit Kcv.; Au. us
ttjy'r with such
;: while in and find
impressions none'
: war; Hun-jo I tIt: pnjtcct Mr. H.\ttr, it ,nertc. bat ,(aeHD'IIO
which 'in other tine \ l
Improvements > .1&"I' of the 1).1I'i !
elute x>o o end.
a disgraceful Then the mother;
1\ Savannah are thut the conSict:!: of nrma will 1 of decency JeIIre is appa.
: would not :attract particular aduiiiiiHtcrrd the Kitrcd the her sob
places: Weeps over disgrace lhas
rites ol coufirm-.ti'Mi at St. PatrickVChurch shortly IKJ rcnn"ldu.ctr .l-M rently not quite vt demented, tM
here Dutiable.Sir. brought uiwn the of the .
\ are quite memory balance: of hisareiltes.bIPoILT4 '
: iu this city, on Stud the J.l'-&tcl.CllUy-r.ho" bad faith .
I F. AttXAU has recently built iy family, and blames.his associates for .4. .
," I morning last. la lore the ceremonyeoiuuicnccd. ttiwartU It..ly, and uukot unweuurahlc it, not thinking that. she, and only n TU LIQCOR liu txa*.
"j very pretty cottage on Charlotte: the Itishtip! dcliverrd. tu she is to blame for'the whole of it. It U
dcnuti I? In re;....nl to the debts Dot gcoerallj known that. the
I 1 street f J: Mr.\ FRANCIS ANnnr.c, a the fiiildrtMi who were avr.titing t.< u. of Vcnctia, to which Italy will mtsubmit. .'atbcra-Iotlten. the destinies t,f act ofCongrvM, nfPruJuly I *

'a; number private hou'es aro undergoing Urination n be.antlfulluJe1r replete your children depend upon you 18G, nukoi it incumbent on aB
i with iuMtuctii D and * I needed repairs, the Hotel'* nre -yn minds, properly holder of piritumu liquor* :n tn.titiea ...
being brushed for the winter 'lliu crrcinony nimuH-nifd. liner becausu ..fher recent victories, era. cultivate, their moral sensibilities i of fifty pUon, and over tit rt
,, ; up the lint gi<|iel-tho children ring phatieally notifies Austria 'that she and walk yourselves in the paths pint the fact tii the Collector of tilUUtrict

,guests and the l'fCI\Lltera.a and ing Vrm., t'rrttti'r Xi>intu, when will not suffer bcr ally Italy, to bo you would bare them to walk.COMMUNICATED. in which tho aattMS may U

.; Episcopal! : Churchcn have: been madut the llislu'p couliruied. fi;;hty (chit defrauded and il uJtt-d. And the .r stored or owned, at oece. The neglect


J' the ,fonuor having; been re- were rauverts to akin Church. At IIrt'PII".ations fur peace are stopped, Ma. Eoiioa:-Heretofore it ha era or holder, auhjevt" the party I* 9

minted: and the latter reflnorcd. three o'clock in tho ath>rno Four stained glas! vr'iidnws bare children rUII r".t't1 met in the church customary for the City Treat* years
it will be'lC'n that the. san- ment. On being: notified, the Collector
been inserted in the 1 where the them urerto' publish a report of the expenditure
I also Kpiscopal: ttii"p jire-cntel l ; niu. sacrifices of tho J reports to tho Inspector wto
; ry
.. Church,which arc very oruamcnul. with kouvenieM hulablo 'o the oc- p3Ytry and income of the City, proceeds to guaso and brand the oar
; .Irs. both iu America and } .
r jcasion ciiugratulating them ou the .urope, every three; months.._It would be lei containing the l liuor. **
I l .Tna Woot Ta.vt K.-J.>ir. llVwrInn" happy: event of the day. At l four have not appeased the great, war well to mire this costomao that the .. |. .

i chard" -(Charleston, 1'1 letter to Got. o'clock the liishop assisted in th:' spirit. The bad pnwcns of men have Citizens Tke Secretary cfib .Uricaa ctionUalka:

I : J I trn.For rwrsays Uie first tlm: tbs wool buiinwhi/ ..' > beautiful and impressive ceremony oi f been terribly aroused, and will not may know how their money Society writes thata ..jp.11 WroJj*

#, been made/ a speciality hi the Houth. AnEnjrlUh erecting the Stations tithe Crs iu bo apiwaned. 1 ho cry is for blood- is being peat Saraaaah the tit of N "mbcr, to take S .

i : firm, of nkom I bars the liooor to the Church, which terminated with more blond, -''blood, sago, blood! A TAX PAYER.A bun iretl frtedaien from MiQa. sad P pstth

I t be the rc rercntatite Las establubnl it* the benediction of the IMoncd Sa. And when it will all stop, and the .,to Liberia, aDd from i fitly to eeait I1ft

I iI 7 : .elf ia Cbartatoa.wool larg sad ant gives in-ill in excluingtIbrlotsof citbcr crament. Altogether the day was blcwcd! Angel; of Peace spread !its school College! for U girls about' to\o bo be e&tlfCllh.eslabtialrad Stonewall at- from :texoerry irt, A. C. TaffprotnU i'

;I the cub at hlghwt prices or the beat Eng an impressive aud pleasant one, ant I wings over the world, are events Bllc JlVThere ** a free pawirg* to Liberia aaJiixnooths
will be long remembered by the cut locked ia tho wombof tho support there sate hod cut 1k
luh minufoctureJ: woolen cloths, Importedpreulyforta I up great were twelve deaths in three days iaJneeneDt to U as wffl bt reaJt t*
t .I Sootbtrn marktt; grcgatioaof $t. Patrick's Church.; future. from eholrrs.':atfrdsr "'1" fla, Nt tail hjr May ha manr. *1T. *

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