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 13, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057499
oclc - 08790001
notis - AKP5525
lccn - sn 82014307
System ID: UF00048642:00013

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; aggst i fs, t air,: THE pecnrAdE LAW Metropolitan Enter The following decisions have recently I SLEEP AND DEATH.-As men begin "

1 I For the eoBTealeneo of out readers been given by th* Communioncr i to be about fifty years old, especially i-

teeny of whom are 1U atormed.\!\ M to the prise. if of sedentary habits, feeling
EVERY present Postal rates, extrad and Internal: Revenue at Washing
:8ATUBDATfflATTHIAS tie pro on rising in the morning is as if they
pare the following from the exladaj regulation GRAND.AXXCAI. ton. They are important to farmers, have not gotten enough sleep not as
I' *, ai published laths"United State
AT. Mall." : DISTRIBUTION so far as the untangle some of the much as they used to have, and as if

$t. uKttatloetU.3eke'sCo., I LETTER POSTAGE-PREPAYMENT.: or nil knotty points of law: they would like to have more, but

I The taw the 1. Farmers will be cannot get it. Th"l'llook upo>t. a
I ,requires postage ta all let"ten not required to
'na.. te be oft NEW YORK AND PROVIDENCE' healthy child sleeping soundly, with
prepaid by ttampa tamped make return of produce consumed in
enfelopeeparnieat) te'ttonfT'' a feeling oC e Hut it i* curious
being 1.
I pro-
t3"1'' srMtloa thclr: iinaicuuie: families.
"X.-,... .... M,:J.awteehfclaelt' own
f .. .. to observe that there U a bUg to all
, ...,. 2. Tho farmers' profits ( salesof
prepaid. The only letters oa which payment Capital 51,000,000. rom in the act of going to sleep, a bliss
ANDREU I is lire stock to be found deducting
demanded are by
not are those i addressed
to the President Depot 07 Broadway; ; the we become cognizant of only when
morniETonl'TERMS or Vtee-1'psIdent. from gross receipt of animals
Members of Congress, and letters oa official An tmmenf stock of Pianos, Watches; sold, tho purchase paid we happen to be aroused just! as we

I business to the chief of Executive Jewelry and Fancy Goods, aU to be sold -fur the same. If animals money have been are falling into sound sleep; and there
I Department*of the Government, the beads for ONE DOLLAR each without regard are strong physiological reasons to
OF SUDSCEirtiOX.On of bureau' aad chief clerks, and others to value and not to be paid for till you lost during tho year by death or robbing suppose that this state is a counterpart .
inverted with the franking privilege. see what you win receiveCERTIFICATES } the purchase money paid fur
*eopy oat jtsr, $3.00 RATES, naming each article; sucb animals be adjusted from of the great event that comes to
M .* sit; month. :. 00 my all the act In fact those
and its value, are placed la sealed envelopes the ,
income of tho farm.
** three months. 1.00liIir The rate of letter postage b three cents gores
4 ..lIwU mixed. One of these envelopes who have in rare cases,been brought
mibscripiloa Ultra far Ins than per half ounce throughout the : United wiH be sent by mail to any ad. 3. No deduction can be made by back to life when on it. cxtremetverge
tkres" norths. 8'ataDd three cents for each additional drese on receipt of 25 cents: five for $1 j tho farmer fur the value of services
1' AU subscription most be. paid la ael.'UCLi half ounce or fraction thereof. Tho' ten eleven for $::1) thirty for $o: silly-five rendered by his minor children, ,and in several cases as to those
cent Pacific who hate been
rate U abolUhed. recovered from drown-
;, for and hundred for $IL
810 one whether he for such
,- The rate of postage oa '\drop, letters\ ls Oa receipt of the certificate you will services or not.actually If his pays adult, 'child. ing and other nudes of strangulation,
cents per half ounce fraction thereof
of see what art going to have and then or simple smothering tho
TERMS OP ADVERTISING. you expressions
at all offices where free delivery by ten work fur him and receive compensation .
UU the dollar and
at option to have been
your pay on coming to con-
A JrmUemeats bt iaserted oa the carrier is evtabttfthed. Where such free take the article or not. Purchasers may fur their labor, they are to
ItQafflng terms: delivery! U not estabUabedt the rat4 b ODe thus obtain a Gold Watch Diamond Ring be regarded u other hired laborersin seiousness"flow deliciousj'Wby' !

Tv dollars I per !square of twelve IBM! cent. a Piano Sewing Machine, or any set of determining his income. did not you let me go 1"

sad<< Baler,for", a..IDNrtlon.and oat NEWSPAPER POSTAGE Jewelry on our list for$1 1 and in no ease 4. Money paid for labor An eminent name, thus brought
WUrfcc. each subsequent insertion' leas than One Dollar's worth except back that the hut
The following the postage oat t newspaper can they got such is used in domestic remembered -
as or
Estate aD.l1.p'| notice to be then blanks. employed
charged *, wbnii real from the office pub- u an BO sensations of which he
tfht.....M trtnwcnt adverttomcnts, rierpt Lcatlon, rrguUr subscribers. i of'. Agents aril wanted la every town In the service or in the productionof was conscious were as if he were listening ..
notice of dismliwioa al Adminirtra-!+ Potg oa rs to subatribera, country t every person can make $10 a articles consumed in tho family of
to strains
! tar.tor trUlch the charge will be twenty when prqmid quarter, yearly.! I day selling our Certificates in the greatest the producer, may be deducted. most ravishing
music. Let all then cherishthe
d.fattObiusary vaurfl, either,at the mjuliagoffice., office : tale of Jewelry ever known. 6. Xo deduction can be allowed in us ,
notices tad tribute of mpect of delivery, per Quarter fl-..j etDt. tend 2de. for a Certificate, which will cane fur the cost of thought that our approach to the .
char,' e>I:.. advertifetaeata. rtis l.in.fi tier week,'PO'quarter, SO beats. i inform you what you can oUain fur $1. any sleep of the grave is the strict counterpart
iai If house
A iibsral dicouat button yearly adv Fur Trt'Vcvkly.' .. Ifti: the saute time git our circular, eun- Or. servants are of the ol'prnarhorilleep which
rt4naHdta. AU ,)...rf/ advcrti.eiu.nts employed portion of the time In ,
Fur tCt nat.\\"t'?kl1. t 4 10\ 1\1 Ml dirt and particular; al-o. some nameless writer has
Glad it 'Mid quarterly la advance. For Wreklr *\ 3fifily .. TO AotxTt.Aduret producing labor: such as the makingof said beautifully

.! -. \\' t''J'la'f'rtI. (nI't'\{\ Copy only,) *. butter and cheese fur sale, a prop :-
ZiahtT, AME.tSUItE.I' .ant
i.. It,... ,n"lorD ly ptu.i.d la.1I\.r *'th'a this Bounty *rlT3 |Itrinted'i and Jfl7 lIroat1way. .. V. them lie deducted. wages that wu are safe, tint we shall
..:iii I:,."", ,,&< iIus '"1,1.rI tstneiwt Much pub. !'nln-il. Inr, |I 't\ Augustine Sq4. lath 180. <'>u. may drop gently to sleep. Th j g '. ,.,:- f A(5io.S rR.\l!'Ilxral.tTTiir.CUOKlt : : G. }:Jperea fur ditching and
t 1 ts 4? .1 +r's' t t"o jNt: to "-jjU |Jlrr I come not past. The limbs have been
..M!. |l"re i. r.Ml"H which: MC''wouldk I clearing% new land are plainly expen
; :\U Ct1.CU1..tltfl. I Tits, 1 illuwog! articlo should bu for. ju>t tried enouh to render the remaining
rtU and w ll sea iH-Tuianent impruvemcntsandnot
tale' ptMSerra
itir" rese..... 1 1t4 c. no Drat I o*. In wialt.. t4 ene re id 4uJ Nmtlvrud well: by all : I deducted. In one position delightful
1It.-, "t tVvfvi I.. rurvns.txj. __Ht....., taur cvul'j over: a iun."r*, ant .. .xJy ubtcrvation enables mo to 7. The whole amount and the labor of the day is dune. A
.i 4M\e tlIII over eig'rt: eon.t.... ei/ut fc+its; lover state, aa a fact, that publishers ul'ucvrvjiapcra expended gentle failing of the perceptions comes t
.!OIl...'..,-'1\1'.'.It 'n, I M 4iht Mine*, awl "oh'1'"r twifheotineeo\ are more puurljr rewarded for fertilizer*applied during tho yearto slowly creeping over us; the spirit of
c'u,11' !lit 4'' M', \ 70 ttte'tecrnU' ;; over twc Ire o-incru, and nut the firmer kinds may bo deducted itself
.',.... -ixttfrn uuuce*, MXtcen cents. than any otheriLiw of ucu in the ,'hut no deduction ia allowed for consciousness disengages more
\ enM United States who invest ) and more, with slow and hu>hing degrees
It > L'irrtiLir, n,4 e .ir.ilngtbrte! In num.5er nu tijuul fertilizers produced on the farm.
,tar 82 to one ad I.r'w). 47 and nut over rise fourceat; offer aiXf'sn-l They are expected to do more er- and her hand from her sleeping child;
Ji"t, t'u at ,' CO .sari aver nine,six! cents; over nine j and rice for less pay, to stand duo o planting may be deducted. the mind seems to have balmy lid
potatoes, t C5 not exceeding twelve, eight cent*. 8. If a person sells timber standing
it like tho
and closing over closing
sponging eye, ,
'dcad-headioj topWl'
r...it. lle q..r 60 the profits are to be ascertained
('.tor Bent w I 44CO 1JlSC LL.\SEOt:8.1, and defend more people without by estimating tho value of tho land more closed,closed altogether, and .ho

Ctrer ,xd. One raaceHaBeousmafiable! matter, embracing fee or reward, than any other elJ! >s+. alter the removal of the timber, and mysterious spirit of sleep baa gone to

flit ii..t\I\i iII I' s all pamphlets, ocraIoa pabliea'* They etoft'ncr cheated, suffer more from the thus'oLtained deduct- take its airy round"
apr d| COft Uons, .transient pewtpapers, Jiand-bQU pecuniary loss Lire oftener the victims sum May such bo the physical bliss ofHng
> the climated value of the bod
Jfla*drafts' ticed.., and posters, book'manimrlpts' and proofaheets ihg ; to and dear reader
of < me ,
nJsplaccd conQdenco than you ,
toot......! j'a 41 whether corrected or not, naps, on the first day of January, 18G,or
wit1 tho added times
, Dried Pear he*, 82 print, engraring, sheet Manic blaaks, any other calling ID tho oouiumnity. on that day of purchase, if purchased spiritual ten
Drl,1 ;. .4 dexjble patterns samples and sample People pay a printer's bill with much since that date. more ineffable.
anions 6."aU card, photographic letter eavel- than -a S .
paper more reluctance other. It
any I. Where have beeDInad8'
Arp11.1 COno opus or wrappcrs'esrds paper{plain or harder with them to no repairs Tiic CONFEDERATE DEAD AT SinLOU. -
expend a
' V 1<1... \ 1 by the tax-payer
ornamental photographic IqMltDtatiouot dollar than upon any .-It stated that Mrs. A. 51.Mekeer .
blab 38 different types, seeds cuttinh bulb*, on a newspaper ten on a building owned by him during the of Atlanta, has inaugurated .

lira, 'I" \ \ :0Turaipet roots aDd scions, the postage to be pry.paid needle a gewgaw; ,yet every body preceding; five years, nothing can be a plan to purchase a portion of the
C5 Is, on to araiU' himself the editor's and t
I' by tampr; one package one pen deducted for repairs made daring .
battle at Shiloh for the interment
PlMteriag Om.I I aildrcss not four ta' the ink. ground
8 over ounces I| weight, printer's .How many professional
the for which his income is
tadaeked Lime, \ 60 two cent; over four ou&ces, cannot over and'politic1 year estimated. of the lamented General A.

(',ra Meal 48 eight otmces, four cents, ovef eight and fortunes have been reputations made and Sidney Johnson and his gallant
11M Salt I and twelve si 10. A farmer should make
'M ounces Dot over ounces, return soldiers. Through tho noble exertion
( (hand reu..t : d I ,25A cents; over twelve ounces and not over, 'sustained by tho friendly though unrequited of all his produce sold within the of this lady, the success of the
box's I 10 inches. cents., pen of the editor 1 How
U eUDO"tip&
by 'deep, eon nlxteep year, but a mere executory contract undertaking is far advanced. )Ira.
taw '
one barrel HOW TO'U'kkAPPED.i I I many embryo towns and cities have for sale is sale
A bet a not a ; delivery Meeker we learn U canvassing the
1 I<< by11C} inches, 8 deep, COBtola AU nail matter nof.sent at letter rates been brought into notice and puffed cithernetualor ,
constructive b
*one bushel taA essen States to for the
agents receipt
Lot .8 8 laches of postage,embracing books,book i tnanu*I I into prosperity by the press ? Uow tial. ,The criterion which to
by } $ deep contains by ef that be donated
n-oney may
acnpti, proof sheets and all other printed I railroads
now in sncccnfull 1
r many judge whether a sale, is complete 0 of the of the f
matter, except seed, mart be so wrapped would have foundered but accomplishment
operation '
!with aide end not is to determine whether the vendor tobject the
THE or envelope open or u by securing oCjfhe ground
DAILY NEWS. for the 1cm that the world?
to enable the postmaster to examine the moves still retains in that character a and tho establishment of a cemetery. t ..

PUIIUSIIKD ATCHAniiE8T0N package without destroying wrapper. In short, what branch of industryand right over the property ; if tho property The bones of tho Confederate dead
otherwise such meat be rated hat not been
package activity promoted, list
were or destroyed, upon lie exposed and bleaching Shiloh
with letter No communication ,
$. C. postage. stimulated and defended by the pros? which of tho in the absence
whether writing or la print, can bo sent parties, and it U the duty of every Christian
And who has tendered it
UAB TILE, I with any seed, roots, cuttings. or Scions, more rf any: other relation between them man and woman in the South to contribute
LARGEST CIRClHATie\ maps, engravings or other mutter notprlnt.d than a miserable pittance for its .scr. than that of tho vendor and vendee, as largely as practicable Maid

except om the separate payment dee f The basaars of fashions and would the loss fall.FaAKCtsco of this merciful effort' to effect
,OF of each he haunts of and .
ASJ JOUltrtALPUBLlSUE postage upon separate matter dissipation appo- .r their decent burial and protection in
; ito are thronged with an eager San Sept. :7.A dispatch
the the
JN rn Sr AT2. HOUSE AND LOT i rowd, bearing gold in their palms. says Queen Emma wu to be conveyed plashed lady WhO b''by thus exerting accom-

PttIOU, therein* and the commodities there vended horns la the Government steamer Vander- ,
herself.&.. AVtrs & herald
into _btcrlbe for FOR SALE. are told at enormous profits though hilt which was tendered by Secretary .
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PAriR, wl',1 ee cult their)!
interest worthless and
bjrndiag for
intrinsically Sewsrd.RICBXOXD.
for the DAILY NEltS. drain to sell the House la which | reside The Sisterhood of St.nary| ,the Virgin I
I I ,oa Charlotte; running through with scrupulous punctuality; while Sept. 27.-Judge Ould has lathe name of a new religious order recently
TERXSPabBaaedia lQS PER ';a. SI1., to u.taaI8tnd. Bunt of Cochiaa Bloat the oonntitt -room of tho newspaper been elected Senator John founded b New York. It U to the

I folio form same slit as iho I la tho best manner,60 by 40 feet contains is',a seat of cheapening trade, orders New over TlnJr. Episcopal Church what the Sisters of .
New York Herald tea rooms a largo garret in which four and pennies, It should be made a Sept. 27Th. "City ofParis" Charity is to the Catholic Church. \,

I I more can bo made twd Piatxas, a good point of honor to liquidate printer's from Havre brought six hundred .. #
BTATIOXERY. toae Kitchen, a wooden Kitchen tie anda bU fifty-eight thousand nine hundred frances Six hundred Indians have made their I
I haf story with two fin places a largo in gold. Gen. Beanregard a passeng appearance near, the Northern lint of
Letter. Koto ana FooUetp Paper,vhltt I and commodious Stable'and aa excellent 1 Utah Territory, causing a great pinto I
sad jreUow EDnlopn.I'n..lu.1I4 Uk- well of water, grape arbor and four sweet A fearful visitation of Providence happined er. among the settlers oa the stage routs. I
stud, sad playing,C.NJ. orange trees. Size tot 100 by 78 feet..CRISTOBAL at Chicago oa Saturday last A WAinrxorox, Sep ST.-The National .
A T II. B. E; CABtt. BRAVO.St. tailor, from Germany, named Lube latelligencer says oa authority that ChiefJustice Don't have too many friends. Ho who \

'- Augustine Aog. 18ta 1866. !belmer residing on the north side, w and Judge Underwood have can't.count his friends. ; east count upon I
ASSORTED cnoca T. accused of having stolen some uconcluded, because of the legislation of the :

SUNDRIES. which ho positively denied, calling upoa last Congress, the adjourned court cannot .r ,
Even: aad BasUu Ch&n bars, BowU God to strike him dead If he '
1 i was not How Is it that trees can put on a new ',
Plste Cups and Saoeen ,' Tumbler Cora Salt Flour, Pork. Lard Dotter speaking the truth. The fearful impreca* be held at ttlchmond next month, dress g their trunks! It
t Dishes, Tq Pea Ae. and Crackers. I tioa had hardly been uttered before he consequently the case of Mr.; Davis cannot is because they out their ftuoaer
. All- U. n. E. ,CAnr.. Aug. 11 \B. E. CARR., fell to the floor a dead man. be tried. totting.f .-


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i $t4ugu ttuc' xa.i.'r. A Day -; --::
of flour or sugar each firkin of butter : Florida. Good AdIce. .
In seasons of '
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA great mortality wo and each chicken that is brought Although tho roughs and bitterest Subjoined, the reader will find extracts J>

i t i Ira apt to be seized with fear, Iud across tho ferry, is enhanced in price, traitors broke up the Union I ATURD.'Y. eci% 13,1806.KEMOVAL. wo take every measure to prevent the the tiou held ia Tallahassee on the 22d '
by amount of toll. For tho dray- appeared in the Griffin Star-.11I
disease ult. did defeat the of
--- from taking possession of our they1, not object '
.:-Dr.BAUBEB, has removed ?ity. After the danger is wo man 'from the river,in fixing the price : the patriots, fur they met subsequently which we heartily endorse and commend

tl his office to the house of Mr. past for freight take into consideration i and elected the following to' the :

t Phillip Gomez north Marinefrect.Dr. ato too apt to take unto uursclvesthe the toll. So do the farmers when I i'hiladelpLU ,C onveotion : S. L. "Sot a week panes but what we
having warded off the. cou- they price their produce. If the I Galloway* Wm. Ward,. J. 31. Lan. are visited or written to by able-

.. .. tagion ; and forget that: wo owe it to bridge was built, the price would bo ', Arum/J. W. Bedding, Bryant Strip- bodied young men, asking u* to recommend
I r 0. ]I. IIlllHINDOTIIAM ho kind providence Almighty God Hug. Dr. J. A, 3Iowe, James 31. Un them for a situation in
rcllll't'tllJI'fnJfJ and in this
U. 8. A., Medical Officer, from and to him alone. While the terriblecourgo way derwood, Capt. Daniel Bell, Her.UeuryBUir some bu ine each<< and citizen would bo benefited. Hon.
every .\ Bell,
.. of Chu'eru! profit vc. then, to give a little
Quarantine Hoxpital Tybco Inland, has left it. tfnmis-
I 1'hilip Friscr,. Calvin L. llobinson. advice to thews love
arrived in our City on the 8th inst., taken and fearful track from New Members the National Beprescnta- )ouug' men we so
A sinking fund would soon pay off well You look upon the 1'Jt.u&u,<.
and left for his in fork to New Orleans. It hear I live Kxecttive CooUnittee J.V:
home Brooklyn on fart the debt and we would have a bridge ; j>f town life an extremely desirable;
thfrllthinftt. by this Ancient' City, and haj not which Price,> U'm., II. Coulter. B. W.Thualpaou,1'crroy you visit town with cuu-burnt 'face,
1 1s .. .. turned our City into sack cloth and would be a rrttlitto the county' ; G. Wall, C. B.31oLley. brown hard hands, amt homespun
1rr The following memorandumwas ashes. and if the U. S.? Government determine James Hay, Samuel G. drcvs, and probably with little rh

fuoud upon a of letter to pj such claims as this,bridge Pearce, 0a W. Ferguson,all yf whom in your pockets. Vou tee there
scrap pa- numerous
Wo hear the .
on streets, thai it is arc true Unionists, whose counselswere -
per, enclosed jna; junk bottle,picked claim, the money could be laid to the! cirK uanmngupoi aUCUtUDte
nut owing to tho Hilary or Civil cast aside by rresidcnt Jonn- beautiful Irlk1
Let the Commissioners do- *-bantrriog
up on tho -Matanm Inlet liar on \uthoritic4 county. sum fur thllSO of dialo"almeu.-N. Y.
that it lias
not "anu
u*, compliments rxchaeziug lOSt
the Sth ult. Wo vi*.,Kiaie plan; of giving tw a good 3.
Tuesday publish i and its alienee is used as an argu- T"'t.JI.'Ipt. gbcccn, while they, sell them Lee
it u it bo the lust record ol bridge and that as soon as possible.! Tho foregoing and
may a.hipwrecked went in favor of a change of City may possess some ribliun ; you lid the law' sad
significance at a distance but here in medical students
crtw., iovcrumcitt. indulging iu an a{" .
TWIn Foolish people that Speech ofKcnator tail: ).. Florida. it t.simply ridiculous. Not pareutly elegant.isure; you hear of

'oq are I Who suppose that either Below! wo give an extractfromtlie ono of the a above named ever pra"lamed balls: partie*, aud other. wore.
No. 25 South Wuter Street, ho Civitor tho 31ilitary of both coin? speech of this! gentleman'; deliveredt ;; Qriatrude his 9 uncii M|*>U ,u., ,,e ahl"'i itZ t"cr cttP.oJalft --- -

.Philadelphia.. IV Lined could keep from this City the tho Grand Union 31aj 3Icvting in I'n-iiJent, nor in .'orida,wbere theyare town bucks drew fine, aftd talk 1a rpe,_ .
best known do
their and hear "
upieiutuhave of big salaries they
ISD.. Company U. S. Infantry terrible *purge. were God in HeavenBoJiypoxcj. tho tity ot'New York 'on the 17th the value ofa brass pie .upoa tint i and run 107 it a gI.rIs. are'n get-ute

Lieut. W. I*. DODOE Commanding Ijcttho City Author-! ult. His manly and honest utterance any question whatever Ikfum th. to live, 'but yirfi are to. r\pn. JYu-

I has taken Post at Fernandina. ics appoint a day of tliankppiving: to truths and facts i ii not calculated war, they were u they now areer* niarily, phy.i allyt! and auor..li"IUUl

Lite accounts from there report that Almighty God ( ray Friday the 2f thrut. to'letfinber,,20. chancetare far bitter S.t boiue ton

the excitement among tho citizen ) for his many metal( to this 'There is no reason why there The statement by th- Trilmnt that your father.i lurm' or eten on MIeN

regard to Tax Sales had subsided, .\ude. t City, and especially for his should be a lun separation: between "the roughs and bitterest traitors laDd. r
Go t't'bvt.sk
broke the Union Convention held to bun to
tho North and the ;lUth-a'Jd it is up your layoff
in it such
giving health.
and order existed all mercy great
I perfect among In Tallahassee on the aid ult.," (Au- 100 aerM ui' hb pLbtutH lor
to urged alone those! who
by men
clastic *" Lot:! this day be observed throughout: arc untrue alike to the North and gust,) b. malicious, infamous diabolical your use; makeaurh tt-riu with him >>

.\ Detachment of II Company7th the City nut by drinking and carding the South. We have fought a ., inexcusable falsehood. It as will secure lt u the title) ev utual- .

Infantry Is ordered toKnteq.riso () but by attending the different manly fight; we have bid down you our has not the shadow of a shade! of ly, so that you ecu rail it ynur fn.m

on the St. John's! Kiver. This ill afavorite IIOU.-CB of worship and offering thanksto arnw,,*_ have come forth in all candor foundation on which to rest, ThedclcC'"atCf the start.. You Go and empli y}"u a p oJNegro.
and the
assembled here .
were uejirup*
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and abandon all
him, in who** hand we are a< sincerity, to pet
place of resort fur invalids with consideration and respect, the Purest With axe upon .b..uJJrn,
awes of difiVrcuce and all future
during the winter season. Two nothing. Let all the stores be closed cause of "niux*ity and strife. Weak and would have been tendered tv the i cut down the timber and pet op a

steamer run weekly from Jackson and the City Authorities instruct the .the generous aid of the people! o!' Governor the use of the Capitol fur I cabin. Goto work rM away t>>

villo to this point. City Marshal to enforce tho !livrs ju the North, that that effort may be carried their wettings had they organized al put your ground !XI. unler II,ramp

.. .. regard to the excessive use of iutoxi- into effect.: But we are met by convention, which they did uoi do, next ver, but di.u't n\er CM'p Jewself. -
there being only four *-We D".t g*s v\ertLiug: oa ..u....
II@. Work has: commenced upon eating drinks. Let the wholu City some from our own section who fal ely present. ; t.
claim which do cull upon Col. O. B. Hart who wa: or any other t tho Barracks in this City, and with a loyalty they not
pro loud voice !
say a : .>se, -who neck now that tho Jltrlrltll"tor. the prime mover in tho naattert, anduhu net, ; put AU tire c parations arc being' made fur the "IH<*<'<1 be the tarl Cn. .
erection of l'a cotuudious U. S. Hospital he hath tasked lit:* t:01...: lhy who! tir.it bran, 'svtue' awtuv.l" iirgsaJ tsila hriU.t ; ,
I' ... .". alone have been true to the I'tiimi' J|" auy htanding< or tit I :
Lieut. "'>>. L+aa.tx, Ilegimen- 8'. KclntKtian I. lJ1tJdJ;;'. tlu-e :-ttt"-1'a"tU: Wes who. tic I i-'iitn.Jut the. Triliift'f. (.aM.&Lu.!U-r ft'-o"1 '.&l. .t al.5so I','::,'1" I" t
I II-t' people tit 1'ullslwrrte., Hettii bushel.l \,1. tun r..i t ".>.. I.I .
> ors
; tal Quartermaster 7th U. H. Infan- 1 ho only drawback to St. Au ,.. City: of New VorK, nut l bong ni J I
, try, hlll been "rJt' ,1 from Jackson- '.tU ehtau.twl 1 the ryiitjuthy! of tin! pct'IJI"j ... i.sirs htateu.cnt: to bo au unm.ttV IA yur tuu enuliug; voi usroed
tine, is its want: of cn+y acccus. hill: for; tlicir fuduuneo cf' :.h-d 1 and if he w.-.ut ciao truth that t.a nit* aruiy. .1..ke )Nor Maw
vio!! Fla.; where he ha bt*'n en_duty lw removed lurlshijw, knnvu he will hn iutte ...,.. Irbti Vi.ur hiu.M .. .
I can never entirely as, aud tiu'irrufl"riti i in behalf .t' the nut a ) ; *\* yf u nt": :t
j.I m P.st jQu irtcruiastcr, tntlko.ebarro"O: nature has 10 placed .\'%;. sti"o, that t'nirti, cLiibid it l.iWlj. ... t I t.H-ct. '1 ho attention U the '"o" prtisnyattr ttlvu: t des vtiL u: tniiti

.,f the Quartorua.-tcr duties at thi I it tuuet La by iwlrj.'till it taa LeI 'I ha erne I ni"' i iM'iit't'i'5outi! ; the itadiial rgm at ,lacks ouil.e, iIL i.t' .Vt.i.iaii s y,b.tl0.t ke ..11ittfat'Uotur..i

J'lJIIt.f' I made rusicr and convenient.The tlti: tiieii who mlliiTed to thccaircc i ft i i":lL.....o'iuiited to the t.1bclluud.- ; 11oI1 l 6 ....aj UiA=.'it..euteuiuu.4y
more the Cninn auterii't to the war, wL.. !' Ft rJ Ir ti.Irrcct. uis II "1 1..It.lk. fin.ru.:."'
first step tmvtnJi this! \t- a bridge. ,. .. '!:alp&w a ;g..l .. 'r. Unniuy
I Itr The Detachment of the 7th ';'njihl it tn their ttttn":t. .':II.e were rrry lat.
f '. the ;tct.. tiall. The : t'\U.tdt.-rb New d.r.i1., ti-rc miml
U. 8. Infantry, which was! left on rotts fortunes the men who went into the zar. I:4 ft ti : your withkut.Ne'i

i Tyke Island, tho Lift the of war deprived our City of tilt'II".h.: tee way no diviJedN ., \Vrk Journal of Cuut. tfrcc rightly o e. Be tcaittr.;u iu all
among this bridge, and it wu tern down asa > in that war. The** nho nflaim -)w regards tie present a ttuie. ot unprecedented thini='
I II Cholera patients, arrived hero on the toot those fe'tud* the ht!.t..ry nut politirs cf
useritot'lnyalty were
8th inst., in charge of Lieut. J, A. military necessity. It is not our who leil .n!id la'twyed d their jicnplc importance, aid say: I your"wu cvuutry, and tb u ,,''other .
intention to discuss the justice or injustice *'lf the efforts of Union count rivS. Go the
llLAKCRUh 11. 8. Infantry, all in into the Cental and then tbanJoued loving men ro ce girls yecasionally '- .
fOOd health. The horrors of the of tho act ; noris, it going to them when it was couie.If fail now to establish the great priuci. but dun't court tLtw.
help the matter for tho citizens to refuse you wi h to field those men who plea of the Constitution u the law for Such a couiW !<>r five years will 5ud i
r s trip from New York to Savannah in Southern! well "UllStCOr the .it
t to aid in are true to their pnIt'fl'iOIllIDfll'fU-, as as State, Iud nation Js Yi>a
building new
a one
,, the Steamer San Salvador detailed POIMJ to abide by the Union forever; then the war will have prove a totalEaildre can then win the heart of th"o sweet ,
because deemed
by the officers and men of this com they unnecessary you murt look to the men who bore and the outlay of money and est maul in the n"ighbt rhood. You
to tear down the old one. The question blood worse than vain. It time for can even go to town and the
, wand,fhould be a lasting admonition tho brunt of this 'tflict ; to the marry t
to the officer entrusted with the is, ought new one to be built ? men who met your soldiers, anu to all men to awake, if they are not already ciy: ut of the jn ,butterflies that
en We presume all our readers will be ann, hand to hand and face to face awake, and to wurk fur national throng the street, if yon prefer; and .
r barkatinu of troops in the City ol and if Ihe"Mn.t much then
peace tnDquility.re hare acn-unt
unanimous in Yes. The and vindicated on bl'" dy field the you
New York. Our whole coast has answer sincerity of their conviction*. When bad enough of theories. We have will have the strength of purpose to

been in jeopardy for three months Question, then U how shall it be you find those men abjuring the been led tar enough by met who in- mould her to your standard. 1 his is

past, owing to the want of built. If a new bridge into bo built cane which they loved, atknowk-dj. fist on governing their moral ideas, the kind of men the women love. A -

in tho of citizens proper it is obviously) the duty of the Countyto ing their defeat, laying down their and administering law, nut as it, is, true woman, be she town or country ". .
care transportation build it. Understanding that the arms, pledging a sincerity that has but u they think it ought to be.*1 0 bred, wouldn't give one stout,healthy

and soldiers. Commissioners to meet never yet been found to 'be false, r compel a Southern State to.adopID1 industrious, intelligent; man,for a cowpen -
County are cannot disbelieve them. peculiar domestic. law to dole out to full of fops and d indie
K2T The heats of summer are newt the 22ud: of this month, we desire to you make no false pretensions of a loyalty it the terms of suffrage and the system ..4. ... '

over and wo can look toward$ to .fix make tho following suggestion If they do not feel. They simply tell of social equalities and. inequalities A Pleoxant, Church Incident.

Months of as delightful weather1 as they can not or have not raised the you: We have fought; we have which it is to take and live under .

money to build one. Let thorn rake ((teen defeated ; 'n abjure our cause to prescribe local Regulation
can be found anywhere the gloV. A little three old '
t on State, Nor*hem Southern notprescribed year was being;
any or ,
and our hopes. There is no South "
The equinoctial gales of the past tho amount by the issue of bonds. It but that which was in the war: and by the Constitution of the baptised: recently .at a 1' b.teri.aD

.: fortnight; have not)been particularly ie estimated that 82000 will build a that South which now propose to United States, is to violate tho principle Church in Newark, N. J., and after

: severe and they have moderated tho serviceable bridgo and; 5000 will come back upon<
i temperature so thil* active excreta in build a permanent bridge needing rights and political sympathy-and balance: of the whole Union,and open congregation were praying a drop of
-that* the 1 know' the way for eternal quarrels between water that had UuleU the &
the open air has tlCeD a rccable. .OldI. 1 little Daisy repair. Tho interest on programme.; not sections." on babe's
what be the halt of this conflict forehead began to steal slowly down
tho would be may
I I.. winter seems to be giving our North larger amount at eight ... ..
; I know not the'future of these its face, a stray ray of falling
era friends a' touch of his quality per cent 8400 per annum which party contests' now raging! here ; but SOlUUIlICO or TUK P.UT.- upon it the while sunlit open .

," quite early; there having been frost would be a very suta'l item when distributed t trust that in the hearts oft'Jio pea Thirty-two years ago,remarks an exchange shatter,an' canning it to "listen iv "

i I as far South.as Tennessee. This will throughout the county. The pIe of the North and of the South the whcft: Senator Douglas left its progress like a brilliant cf the

probably cause the annual flight of tax would hardly be felt. And if Union of these States is re-establish his Green Mountain home for /llinois'hh richest hue. Just: as it was about to

our readers will j $!crt a moment ed, and that such a polity will be 'great rival; Lincoln, was till from baby's check to the flour, '"
Southern visitors to begin sooner kecphg'a post office, fresh from the the littl one wade an impulsive effort
they will see that in toll more than punned as will bring us together in ,
than usual glories of the Black Hawk war; as if to wip. it away, and the
.. that amount.is !''paid by the County heart and in feeling as one people." Andrew Johnson... Mayor ofa falling drtfp was caught the
Terrible Dlaanf at Sea. each year. We are told by parties little town in Tennessee ; Jefferson back of her chubby hand. Speaking I

Advices from Fcrnandins, state informed on the subject, that tho toll / FROST IN TUB NOBT WI:8TAbDd : Davis;.*.. Lieutenant of dragoons, 'right out in meeting u the tiny .

that tho Steamer Star of the Eat, of the six winter months exceeds the says the MaconTcAyro/iA, Ol WD chasing 'the Indian ; Seward hand was: stretched towards mama,
I the wan'grieving over his defeat .asGorerwjf she said, 'See, mama see I dote f
I sprung a leak in the latitude of Char lntcrcston 85000 820U. So the 29th nit., who was in O'ir.oce. *
by Breckinridgo was baptise I doin take *
studying it
) ,an to ome toDolly.
l Icstbnand sunk, carryingwith i it over its Citizens jtcrday, allihe way from St.,,lsul, the
j' County now pays, or pay orations of Cicero againstCata- : Even the devout pastor was
200 lives. A small boat came in to more tan their tax would be. Opponents Minnesota, infonncd us that thtra line It a Kentucky College; .Chase likable to suppress smile,and in the '

i Fcrnandina: containing it is supposed of this plan may cay that, was a heavy frost throughout that was endeavoring to gain a law practice discourse which followed,the incident

f. all that were saved. The Star of the Wills paid only by a few, and State little overt week ago, whichdestroyed in Cincinnati ; bummer was entering was illustrated when he said-"our
the Boston bar Broderick good deeds l in the
; ever sunlight -
It extended
i the East fine steamer running vegetation.
was a that those who have no need of the .
: '
was cutting atone ; Grant was a of the Fathers approval, and
i between New York and New Orleans. be taxed for the as far South u 31 ilwankie,Wisconsin, '
bridge ought not to schoolboy iD his teens ; and Farra- foiling like blessings upon our little
i We hope we shall not be called upon benefit of the few. V and is supposed to have materiallydamaged JUt was watching the ,honor or his ones,are by them bequeathed to generations

'to note anv more neh disaster In reply we say. that each barrel the corn crops. flagon the torrid coast or Brazil.t yet unborn. .-



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7 ., oats..rdttatag Con.ttatied. FLORIDA HOUSE:
M is..,. Rte,. Magnolia House, Mary's Academy

-. Exor4e1 Pu-Sprea' ST. &I1GI18TL'E FlA. ST. AUGUSTINE. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
a good
rala of Summer dreta1ag dwell E naderslfned having; taken the well known House which has This Institution under the charge i.
(r ,Trickling iowa the pane, rotted manure, in Tu FLOItlBAMeUSE.iathise THIS II entirely! renovated and the Sisters of Mercy, will be n-opeu
:Ailllng with softest murmur which there is no admixture,; of salt iy, is BOW fitting up the same with en rviurnbhed, now offers greater iaduc-party for the admission of pupils oa the firs

t'c- into the heated brain i march grass or mud, over the ground tire new Farniture, In the most complete Clients Monday of September.The .
\ manner, and designs to.have it, presentto course of Instruction embraces
_.' ,Ii" Pouring Itt gushing! lift-drops you Intend for peas and spade or Invalids and others, the conveniences; To lnv 4f MdttwlriveHna Public heading Writing; Oiammar, Orthography

\t Down on the parching tod plough and comforts of a first-dais Hotel Arithmetic, Geography, History,
: j itjdeeply.; |Lsy off for drill who visit. the "Ancient City," for health
Uaklag.each flower aad Billiard Tables can be found in the Rhetoric, Natural Philosophy, Algebra
pass-blade. three fcet apart and open them tbe I Houaefor the ate of the Guests, and or pleasure,.than any other in East Florida Geometry, Chemistry and Astronomy;
\':. t. Spring up:to worship Qodl: width of of a hoe, from three) to six Guides will be furnished at an times for having about Burr Bvoas well ventilated French, German and Spanish languages;
Warm,and three hundredfeet
Music and instrumental
tluMOwlio desire to hunt Boats fur vocal ; Drawing,
.' -1BeautltuJ, rain of Summer inches deep according to the or piatsa..The /
1 Duality nailing parties will alwajs be at Command.Noetturt Plain and ornamental needle work.

'; New vaa'strala' to sweet of your laud (pas% 'are nut }fwc&IIy will be pared to juake the Hotel. Proprietor keeper, known b of old the standing wants of u his an TERMS PER ACADEMIC YEAR.Board e

AI the refreshing manner covered deep enoueh.) Scatter tbe all house who acceptable patronite ever/it particular to gums, and pledgee himself to give his and Tuition (including bed and
After the due u4 heat may undivided attention to their comtort. bedding) payable hair yearly in .
t pea pretty thickly] in these] drills .Address until the 10th October the
0hev the eoid lilt Table hall not be surpassed advance, $::00.00
drops patter and cover but the drills should undersigned,at New Haven,Conn.,Draw !
to this
not any country. Pocket Money H.UU
i \ Down eat e thirsting earth er 41 { after that date, at this place.. ;
f Caning *thousand memoriesCptoaaecoadUrth. bo quite filled' so aa to retain i moisture. J. U. RKMER.EU :. i A Coon un.or coAcoia is now arxxisorxoK Clothing, Routs, Postage, Material and
Implements used in the different branch
1 b Soil that contain Augustine, Oct. Cth 18GG. tf. ricoiATA TO THIS r1ACLllorsc
some)1 lime of education .
as are charges which depend .
l' fcr and baits for .
]Qf\ r quite rich and moderately': mui t, are Caution I can be bid at ridlpg time.JNO. sailing upon circumstances and the direction -
:>-'. now the '' any of parents and
dear guardians.
days of childhood. prodnei
\ to C. 11UFF1NGTON
necessary a good (crof. ,
t Com with thelrnlabowl&ueal! persons are cautioned not to par .11 KXTBACBASOtS tea ACADtMIC VBAB.PAVABLa .
1.1'11ta tor.St.
i iMk'' j' After the are inches haul ALL the Grove Lot of Land !
peas Orange
How .
thj pristaatlo colors 0 Aogustina, Fla., Aug. II. 180(1. IX ADVAXCa.
the ",,ttdOIl Grove and sold
.1 the soil if therd auuwn as ,
: ,. JJrijhtca the faded views! op tbtheaanjd is'a b/the U. 8. Tax Commissioners in De- French Spanish and German,

f":' He v.the dear, vanished Voices prospect of frost, coyer them _care- comber 1863 u m/ Pro Cft1. It b opposite Notice. each, $30.00

..J' .8 bbd cA the ittat\SJa, fully, Sow:from thoj 10th of tfanu7ta.theJkh 1 to the Lot now occupied ky P. U. ;. ALL pcnous indebted to the Estate ofIOQJO Drawing, 80.UU
j Com Piano and use of Instrument, CO.OO
Dumaa The talc Ijr the S. Tax A. Uravo, Lu of 81.Johns
- gttltbtyyttteettpiorni .. of 'ebroary. The miasioaera wari&egu and oM, suit 1 In. I vuuat/ deceased, are requested tv make Vocal Music. fcUUU
: Beautiful Summer rein! I latter b cost,favorabfp.fur the baincrop. tend to contest the title of the purchaser.B immediate pajmtnt, and all persona hating Plain and ornamental needle work win
> ? too A. SUTNAM.4**. claimsagainst said Estate.,request- be taught to the pupae boarding at the
Beautiful! rain ?f Summer 1 : ;may be planted! in fept 8t.Auguatine Oct. lath 1866.Ixecutor' f ill to present the same duly authenticated Academy free of cnarge. Pupils entering

Bringing thti welcome breeze; sad .Oct., bat they do not usually I within the time prescribtd "'Ia., or alter the commencement of session, '
this not ice will be in bar of their Wtil be charged only such portion of U u \,
pleaded '
dust a&umct : Sale
tTashing the of the ejtj'Off ; to much (jjo sticks in{ proportion I II I nay rvniain.: No deduction, however,

from the grateful "'a'j to the site of the variety! T lrtc.e "r u order, of eale granted recovery.AXXACOKNELIA DnA'.0 can be made for partial absence, or the
.' Rippling dowajthe tutter*i Jdnvcltoqu /! b/the Probate Court, of St.John's i Admiaiatratrix.8t Withdrawal of a pupil before the expire t
\ rpa no
i f' Gambolling Ion the eaves, paricu- ''' it* 1 will Bell at public auction, oa the I Augustine, Oct. 18, it>oU ow. tiun of a session, unless in case of severe
1 Jir
directions} in regid: to cut ivj.. 2Uth day of December 18CO at 12 o'clock illness or dismissal

| ropplD'Od1aaa&. ting. Can bt gin to sow to Au rest noon in frost of the Court Hou.e, in the Notice.170UR The Academic year will dose by aaExAiuiiuUun D
Over the emerald lees City of 8f..tugustiue,Ihe following HealEstate and Distribution of Premiums .
but.tho plant.;then require shadingand belonging to PliBipSolana deceas week's alter date I will apply t lo at which Parents and Guardians
..1l. "Filing &kllo"li waahtubv frequent&tert'aPlants] ich his Jt the Probate Court of St. Joan'n art requested to be present.
: 'FuU of the peaty flood w A House and Lot at the corner of Charlotte County Florida for an order to sell the All letters received aDd scat are subject
| are transplanted. go fc 4) seed sooner and Grwu tfiwt, with an extensive' Real Estate of Stephen Marten, Ute of to the taspecbon of the Superior. 'I
:; Easing the wear ahoulder than other*-therefore; it is better I Lot and out b..aMinv. ead County deceased. Letters ot inquiry must be directed to
Cooling the healed I Wool ;' ; to An unimproTtJ Lot ou',iile the City All pent-mi having demands Kgainst, the the Superior ol bU Mary Academy, St.
Blcssinf the blink man's.hovel thin ont. Gates containing acres more or lets, aaid Estate are requested to ale.them in Augustine, Fla. I

.; BleaaiBf the beards sad flocks New ZEAUXD SM ACII.- Plant I oa the East aide of the public road. the Office. of the Judge of said tVurt. M. Augustine, Aug. II, 16GG. '
I :1.i sacs at splice cdied J ..w two Sit; EDWARD: MARTEN,
: Spreading the soft green mosses the first: of March, and,, thin, out! to ten 4fl go 1'1aw." Administrator.St. W.P.BHKB.&Y. ,

Over ue baryon rocks. eighteen inches apart It grows 80 ac its more or Iea Moultrie on the West ride of Malawi
; Gvahiag as from':Mount Horeb, i haerkBtJyand stands j' the drouaht hirer u! 3 miles fran thin tit/. Notice.SIX CLERK of the United States District
well It makes | lets tUe! above tract (IIIMnuilrie. for the Northern District of
Struck by our (Father's, wand.; moil Te sn excellent acre adjoining
; months afterdate I will apply to Honda.
Bringing a flood jafbUssbf dill&& I II I I .\bo the household furniture.. JuJgw of the Probate Court ofM. I United Slates Commissioner, and Com-.i i :
ilrertheachor4hliilaad| w v .- .... | tKrrECTtfop I < Terms Ca.,b. .Johu'a founttor Ltttvrs dumissaryfrojillie I missioner for the Acknowledgment and \
Drunchmg the parching valley, : 'ti'ulKi'Y.-Bich' !'n1 SATIIEW SOL.\ .'.* tluihiuitration of the Estate 01 I proof of Deeds for the States of Massachusetts .

t t oth.ng ibu "fa of psln, II. Lee Wiis arrc t
.. Kcutncky.un.oliciti. Wt.. 1.'r P. S. For Nrtbcreformatiou! apply to Pennsylvania '
1'tung tie world jvrfh beauty.IiuuM prcMitinx EDWARD MARTEN Agent for the New York Board of Underwriters
at the I'Ilt.t.r'* iltnl l tiotI Ju I;a John Lest rLlllipa II
; ; a r'-
Summer rs.n'- &. AiloiinUirator. and General Agent of the ,
tine tM. IStn: 18CC.
1 l' i:hak for $4.iO. 'j h,t lIurn:11thFu..1ubufhl.w ( -. -- St. Acgustine Oct. 6th ItfOO. Cm. United States Accidental Life Insurance I
"' : \\v 11:1'. kn.u, I 14v New York for the North .
Beautiful; ratnui 8umm 'r J 1 :: : LA %nH: FOR,BALE. Company t
t !'.,yc rm .> \ wnti-r,tl! I jUMi, a jr Mt trM. Notice. era District of Florida
like *uru 01 love
aLing Office in the Court House.
uhtaMt t. th tn.'f..r ,irthat i..rojJft ;
Wtihtuydeilrtuusiiittifa+, VD I t'bfcjueui-eflevr.-'it.fitUl: week's after date application Agents wanted, to whom liberal Con
.aa Jro* the ieavt-as bore; adirn .; byturrto tt4. I 'IOSIJ.TUE :!nd JNST.. I FUR. be made to the Hon. Judge ofI niiwiona will be paid.
,: W.Lour {s tie tkulf less piia, buy p +\ n.at.li. i rill ">Berfo/Mle in faint of the rebate fur KU Jtihn'a County for permission I Sepc rltlt Ittfcti. Cm.U : .
.! quor first led In.a mti.'V t, rttittd l,1.a4rrespces .. ('''''rIIlIJtl! .!, at 12 o'clock Boon in this to sen the Real Estate of Joseph .
M a ken U the hardened brain, ,i t.t lut,1 ,t.I'i' fra.n b,... LIT, rsucrool: LamU lying on M ca- Manucy late of said County deceaaeiL THB Ciacvtr Guru EASTCBX CIBCCIT !

Lilli1..t"I thaakfgivii'gK aife, and turned th' '"'''d'n applcn! nmd ; ..u i.r.iH-a iii the County of 6t. Jolts; JAt"O lulu t'EL, or FIOBIDA. I
._ .-r the re hrhja1rui) i + ? prowiM tn \\"cwo"cl uown M the Hunter 1..ct.-.rUMIt Adminiatralor.8t ST. Jons t'onn.-ID Chancery .,
: Gila .... AXTOXIO CAXUVA. Kill for foreclosure i
'tull4. ( .uu. Augustine Oct. 1800.
:The rt4 t'f tttu I }
1 tylgrfs<< warn o
God of the blewed Kin drops M. .\u; tioe Oct. 13th lBrA1- vs. of Mortpge.
Crime tCIDJtt.'CI,lae-::)' )v Uftl I, and t.+ Notice. John Drysdale, Irwin Drysdaia. Albert :
t Plod of the Luwad eases! "' day he occopico a folonV. cell." Kcal l ibtc AuctloBce/ Drysdale Henry Granger and Lois

Give tae a UtauktM(spirit' lilt Broker. persons having demands against Granger his wile Frederick C. Hum I

E'tflo worship e., A HUMAN SRCI.L.-4A humnt I'' ALL Estate of Jowph Manncy Ute ofM. phreys and Sarah Humphreys hlswlffi '

Taaaks to the eleuli.ef meraing, skull was lately found in; CaUncrat miiE I UNueiusiaNEo attention 10UJ1SlSTliAT01US' WILL PA\ .John's County deceased requested and Aloeso Bravo, defendants.
.. Thaaka for the ripened grain county, Californiant tbe! depth ot! EXECUTORS; lo make having immediate claims against payment laid and Estate all persons are IT appearing to the to bill the,Court in Ilis by Affidavit that, :

And the love that spit one hundred and feet in what i GUARDIANS, andTUUtiTEES' case .
falls oa the fifty ) $ requested have the same duly authenticated iu. defendant Frederick C. Humphreys
Like the bleated Summer rainf known by geuliguts ss the platen SALES., to the t'nderaigned within the tune and bar wile Sarah. Humphreys, reude. i
formation. This discovery b one of And Will buy and sell REAL ESTATE prmribed by Uw,or this notice will be out of this; Circuit, and at Pensacola ia

LualUIO A 'r'lut/LLit was a the moat important] ever .made for sales when(b required to of do 8t.so Joha'a;and will CountXI. attend. to pleaded in bar of their neon..,.. the Western Circuit of Florida.

wise law of the ancient Jews "that I"eOLW. and will create a treat son any part / JACOB SYI'EL. On motion of N. Usher Esq., Solicitor
;, R. ANDREU. Administrator
for complainant. It Is ordered that the
the sous orcvcn tbo fesltkient aeu aatioaIn the learned'world. It seems' Sept. !nd 18C8. St Augustine Sept. 20b 1HWI 8w.t said defendant, Frederick C. Humphreysand

should be olligcd io care an apprettiocahip to.cVUblisb th .I.ct'th1t man existedon Sarah Humphreys, do appear and

) to some tucful joccnpa- ttiis planet ({' intlcu 4es before CARD. Notice.week'a answer Complainant'a bill, within two

two;IO! that in cue of rercno in the time designated by any,of our traditions rifting B/ absence, Dr. DENEDICT, X .",k', after date we will apply to months from date of publication of this

fartuae lacy njlgbt have sofflcthing'to respecting his'fint appearance will attend to tn/ t'rofesricuul.buiiocja. the Judge of the Probate Court, toLessen t order,otherwise said bill will be taken u

fall back ap ... The tome law still here., JNO. E. PECK. of Administration, on the Estate confessed against them. It is further or
dered that certified of this order be
exists ia ... St. 8th 18C6. of late of St. John's a copy ..
larkj where every man, .. I Augustine._ Sept. Joseph Manuey published once a week consecutively for "
rich and poor,even the Sultan him- At'a noted' instance of tbe chanpeJcondUion NEAKOdED- -- -- --1"t1J1IJEK- AT County deceased.JACOB BYPEL, two months in the "8t. Augustine Examiner. \

eli; a trade. How furtunate of afEtirs in this aeetion of PE.TIIOI1IA1VB.: MAhUEULT&lTEL.St a paper published ia tit Augustine,
'Would within
itbe.Dow'had it been a county, says the Florida ]Union, oi 18th 18GU.; the Eastern Judicial Circuit.
laria be sold, to close consignment, Augustine Angt, 6w. IS. A. PUTNAM,
tail country. the$ .,.1a &., we mention tbe fact WILL remaining lat of Seasoned Judge.

Would to Uod I hid a trader'! b that a full blooded white pan: was Uuards, being 1 J and 11 1 inch, with aqnaro 'NoUce! .JOHN C. BUFF1NGTON,

the cry of thousands) of returnedsuldicra. arraigned in the County :Criminal edges, at the low price of twenty dollars Clerk Circuit Court.

North and South, who fin's Cour\Jut.,Thundq jbcfore,his lion, per thousand. Now Is the chance to get SIX weeks.,.i.r r't j I win apply to the St Augustine August:26th 18C6. 8w
uiaselves ruined in with Duet what !a needed for repairing purposes of the Probate Court, of St.jonn's .
pocket 'ai char of
no Judge Doggett, on o assault low letters of administration .
at aa unprecedented pnce. Cwuu.y, tar
Ix Cticrtt Coraf EAlnu CiacriT
uueediatepiufMct gaining a livcli-! with latent :to kill. 1 I Apply to JOHN o. LONG. on the Estate of John Dick. Tux FIOU&A. .

hood. should tad pircnU that, lie was tried Ly a jury pf white St. Augustine Oct.Uth ItttMt. ,tf.GUUCE1UKS JOHN E PECK. or VotcaiA COCXTT.-Ia Chancery

vhatorerelie they t&ay giro their men and convictenlby, nogroj\ toatimo- 8U Augustine Sept., tih* 1866. 6w. JAMS!l.FOWLMU \Bill for.foreclosure
IuD&,they should gift them a good ny, and the Judge sentenced him in WINES AND LLQU011S. vs. /of Mortage. ,

trade. accordance with their verdift to pat Notice.FUR Theodora C. Center, George Center, .
A a fine of one tbouaan4 dollar*. weeks after date I wiH apply to Agnes Center,,same Center and Gordon
TIMS roa ALL 'bIJloa.-A .,1. i GREENO & MONTGOMERY, Judge of Probate Court of fit* Center.: '. ,
p&Ueman who,from being very poor '- 1 ) Ubllo'.Coual' .Florida for an Order to appearing to the Court by Affidavit>
ITT hand
KUECTITsa\ |JLL keep' constantly oa a
tad become very wealthy on being >i'cn. :( ff complete aawrtment of fresh ...... sell the Real Estate Felipe !Solana late IT annexed to the Bin, ia this can.that"te 0:
JlL'IT.-The Texas'' UfO, of St. Johns deceased. action reside I
uterrogaled as to how ho had Uroceriea of best County defendant, ia the above
seen quality
through the action of:,the$ All demands ..p1D1&Ih. Circuit and Feraacdinain .
Bokted kb riches \ ,persons having out of this at
said i !!'My father oa Federal Relations, baa fUlly SAT TUB OLD STAND said Estate, are mpcctifully requested Nassau County la the State of Florida. '
taught me never to play .111 ay work sued to the Government the Con to present the same or file tha UoIJIJonofN.. Usher Esq., Solicitorfor :
*u aaiahed., and nova to spend tIt Gtoaoa 8. GaxHo, Charlotte, .Street same la the Offlce of Ibe Probate "Court. the complainant. It Is ordered that
1Doa'1 tiU 1 had aped jt. Ifftad' ftitutiooal Amendment, declini.g its St. Augustine, t'la., MAT11EW SOLANA.Curviveing the said defendant,do appear and answer
further,eomidenition. : I The j ublic are invited to call before o Executor.St. 1 ,
but halfan 1 boar's work to do in a I Complainant's bill, witnia two months '
purchasing elsewhere.Our bU_ 18CO. .... of this order .'!
Augustine Sept. from thedai 01 pubUeatJoa ,
day, I oust do thai the first thing The Boston Post says: {"The gentleman Motto is quick sales and small otherwise said bulwill. be taken u eon- I
ad ia half hour. And after this, 1u who seat us fifteen 'thousand dollars In .profit; for cash or barter.GEOUGES.GUEENO.. BRAVO to DUNHAM teased against them. It Is further ordered ':

allowed play with touch more food wishes. ," wffl be Iniignant lo team ', that a certified copy of this order be J I
pleasure than ifs had the.thought ofa that a batcher refused |oa a '

unfinished talk before mind. snttoa forthea.Jndaa j IB. two months ia the "St, Augustine Examiner
lesrly formed the habit of P. aa a DRY GOODS ,"a paper published la tit. Augustine,- I
its and c10iDtiofta'JihIIln barrister 1t1G: of Eagles, &. 1 DRTGOODS !IDEUfliIEn',1map within the Eastern Judicial Circuit of !
time it aoon Clothing Hats Boots Florida. J
bw 1111 ectl,1o! to do so. It is flea.Doha C. Brockiaritlfe!; aad family and UedlcinesJT At Chambers, B. A. PUTNAM I
lave arrived ta London.TheInlnob8tsteJotuaiblleadlhg. Hats, Capa.Boota, and Shoes. /
to this habit I on my prosperity. and Shoes, r.IatbPutIWDCGUtI.. Judge i
There .. BTATIONEBT. Betp 18th I860.ua. '..
I baleaonfor lct them Bad-
boyi- l
.'laeecIit. teal paper of the State fiaoats this motto Iron, Tin and wood Ware Crockery, &o., AXJ. fco.SC. [ ] RANCID IUSTO. / \
ai tM bead of its columns;The genuineBsMhBtta Glass and Hardware, for sale b/ Deputy Clerk of Circuit Court, I
Gnat's the tWdaatauraspaasamaoflBtffrity. Ate, FkuAag. VrfaekCoaatySept J ,
., t prta e-UniTerwl Mfrsge I l G. JJCRT.: .
; '! .It oat..r4" color '; k Aagttstlao. Ant. 11.1866. 11. 1y 2 a4 IMS. 1 aw./' -t' '

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I ,Man/of' oar fellow citizen J _.... Highly ;'l'eri'Rt Correspondence. the latter of which although yon IXTISDABT'S-Orncc- --, -- --- ->

,f were undoubtedly pleased to FCC iu The fulloyiug L; dllOUJe tribute to "regret that there should be a collision T.n.u: 4 r. ITn.,S. jf.-% 1 f ,& .

our City this week ,tho familiar: faco tho tirmhcMS t-uuhtaucy and integrity ''Let justice ItO iluuc' if the heavens between us," you tbipk that J.uoa nUt Fo.ms. "
ol the 1'ivt-ideut/is from the Jlichuioud tela: I urn ia n-ct.pt.vf jiy r letter of
t of our former citiicn Col JOHN M. Ttiit, fall, i is a gnod old saying which will "tho issue had better be mad at ihenth inrrpljr' la n'nM lW rarer
: "
]JANSON.0 understand that ho he : ever pivcru iw in the vouduet of tits once, and I beg leave to say in reply fete. sit {:.tliirr (rent la* -r.Mtfrnt_ that
i .rfc.n
w amid the buried
i i" jourual. It is but a .iu>ple act of that you misapprehend the im loa Mill; .-,nrar, acrur inj iujur errs
trying to no arrange his affair so as ruin. of /J"lii, while excavating ju&tieuUiour worthy and cffi- ]iortance of year position. I am wage l:i Ii, directed tuv, *ni*i aiarttiil

I tolo aLto to again reside in tho ut-.tr the i &u* of tho city olio day; dent Intcndant that the very following compelled to eall1'.iur attention to ra..l..lin supreme ia I his rt.1...". lpeeccly.alo -

Ancient City Ho may rest a""*urod dW''iW dud dug up the kelctou highly itupurtantorrtp ndrncc beItUtIi.IaNi the tact that martial bw U still supreme over without. from BotKe 1lM&r, that Ms'u>g mjr'.lficrr' n I
I of Uoujau your
a had died
hAt whether among us or absent hut >cr, wan at ; and we give il to our readtrii in this State, and I hereby men BIT nooutiject to an..... ...... ...U..n

from us ho will always have the iM* twiuii all others had escapedliyiu with no further cuiutucnt wr, turbidyou to arrest, hereafter, any o.Q orh.ll' !lute,-...'.......'1 rrdreee J.air. .
respect that I.tlull ot'ti.tuwu. Nili- though feel railed to officer enlisted nun, or employee, in on thaI eoaetstuoii cast ,..., rt.luire
and well wishes of the citizens tury and uluuu ho bad ntuod theft for a; paid wo d.laLout may it hereafter upon any of the departments of tho U. 8.army at nj ha", b, in nttlrtutg jmir i&-a topat

'I .tf.tho place. centuries, upright iu tho solid lava, say while in the qf his ", umautatedty Ibe p.3ae'.treytnrrul
1 discharge
I Jinri.'of .\ill/. ,
jeet. drink .
helmet 011 his head shield his to anal fnr'''>>e. .1 njr\t.
I, .r upon TAI.L.\IIAMEK, Sept. 2C, 18GC.Slit official duties; but request that you at our llutrU: lw vfcluv .ihtbru .S.b1..h ...r. .
Wo call the attention of .inn and javelin In bi hand. Tcrri-
Ida? our \ I.;liar .tie ipr1 will send mo the name of any ut Impunity:I. rua IbeLr honw. tal luur..
; readers to the New Flock of flood tied t tliouxi had tied through tllUM 't' sl : them, against whom complaint i* hourstrect.in.Fits., r.f .t".c.n

i gates, \vheru he walked lib loueiy : Tho fallowing; corrwpondence wade fir and award the prtteaeo of ttiUurj urcvMuij ? n.aulo .
received this week 1 investigation
>y our young between .Maj. lien. FoTER.iu my colored .. .
&lWt, ants locrha.CM.t1"'od. the iui- a bruibet ft( .r r&rif, 1
friends IIaA\'U & DUNHAM. Woarc pending diNiiu. liut thu dauntlutis myself will explain itself. As punishment. yard, .DtI.Le..m n un.|, r their eater t:
TntemLiit the J have examined the Ordinancesof sail yvt sot b* anr sea Ij the r JJcrT
chronicle tho of ('i'yl attempted to
j glad to fart that K'litiuci 'who stood there thatawtulUay
on ordinance this city under which you act, and Then, sir u up to....Iat. relocation. of
in the
this now firm is steadily incrcaiutr of voleanio wrath, was put 1 furee against find therein that tho officials arc required eif d law t/...ir jreat aDd goal Troident.

their business, and intend to have on neither telicu-U uor ordered away by disorderly conduct, when 1 was met by the Ordinances ul'nntld.to wo any look fur a mitnl oftiHS* s.........
tho officer who ported liiiu, and he l L v a i*>rvui4iry order of the General b oar midst But you mtinot retire
hand everything that our, Citizen ui-cd his beat till ashes forbidding to arrest any of his subscribe to the oath supporting martial.., without Uenjinjtih satburitj .
|II (
the "Confederate States and aim. of lh. rreaklcnt ,.
desire in their lino. have nnd to prorLuM resteretion
; I may They and luoultcn Lit, buried him erect at lucu, ou ray insisting against
that in several of ordinances olpt'aN sat civil hw: ant spinet
Ktartod tho right way, by punning+ ; lib poet. Amid tho horrors of that this arbitrary aiwtunption 1'reseldent'srert'ut of power distinction is nude in your regard t-: fines this artitrarj nMianipiioa .(I".r iu do.

a cnurso of advertising liberally day iiu bad bct-u lorgottvu, and left and claiming; under tbo and penalties( on account of Totorrcondition [ aloe nm of t.b*> riwil.LOrftlf""d UII
iu |tcri!h ou hU I0st, anal to bo exhutiiud prodjiuatioii ,of August the plus Ihf lntralaat sal ctlj ('M ...il. .
which course tho world over, has of IItnit.udtLoth there ..... ..
centuries ultcrwardit. to :nth. tim abolition of Martial; haw, I eDt..r.j mtlrun prm ,t : :*i.-l I nnf
prascut I facts: are in violation or the Law, culled minor lUl inaMuiii-b. lbi .
never failed to bo rccuwp3aitd.witb and the rtf-vstahlifthiueut of Civil / your A r MirMvf >
to mankind the sublimcst example the "Civil Law "and 1 in public jwtieu bat 'Jt"t
llight n'eri.ri.ly iir pcM -
all classes
IUetC ever known of heroism, fidelity law and my right to arrest Jttl'blYou':now, that at the first '!session > h/ thin action of jvu.. I rural! ul,
tu duty and eutjectiun to the stern offending against the law in this of thu U. S. District Court 1 the hrli ,t opportm t j of U'p6D": ';.u
Jir' Wo were visited'I last week by dt ciptiuv <.f old Itouic.Vuiuvuollcu community, 1 was notified that .before themlirihtuul. of I hi'* Siatoy
: the lino storm and although the \ thought that the "Martial) Law i it still supreme in this shall enter suit against you, or any lartpljtoyour request that I w* H
t.&te'IUJiI that 1 would nut bo allowed other official, who executes said discriminating refer er""ro h,jr.....1 bate ugly to ..1.!-
Winds and tides were, very high, wo uu.ral; grandeur o'thUiij>ectatlo was O- wuceil. that I b.*P BO autL..ri"! 7 torttMUR .n rr:f+neradiet .
tod-tun. submit tho
I are happy to be able to state that bU uUt.'tlwi".1 by any lung we had ever correspondence Very Respectfully, come exclusively' act within tiutory or romance, and without further cuuiiucut.llcjipectfully : ob't I :ivnottb Intendaat. tee 10('.." Mar-
damage was done.1ST lour. servant iaL" Y...i .ill not !.*. ,ur 'rt,rJ, thmfore !
I never, until Andrew Johnson stood I yours [ ...
J. 0. }'O 'T.n.In't : ,
F. KITES:. : at mjr dfelmiag 1 to do so.lrf ",
'. Mr. IXINO dcMcrvort the I last winter a sentinel, solitary and t'JI"
gratitude Gen. U. S.
Intendant of the of 'bILluIJ4aICe. Maj. Army Coiod'gI.nrtDAXi's >r>rftrullj TOUT*.
uluuc the the
I at of tciuplo of
of the citizens in offering them gates F. KITE..
; ,'Oll1Ititutiuuallibcrty, was there dopolities Inte LBt otTall h .
OFFICE *** *
lumber are greatly, reduced HEADQUARTERS ...
very i 110 true a counterpart of thovourigo ) } -
'. prices. lie is mow selling; at $20 per fidelity anti duyutiou ol'tbit DISTRICT or FLORIDA, > MAJufVIYCRAL TallilMi+tv, r u.,FuaTKll.SIR :cht.1'S,1866.. [ FOR TUK EX.UUNUt. ]

thousand Many: of our 1a1l111''fI were Uoiuau soldier. And when the history TALLAUAJt\'EI\ cpt.11,1 tC.Mai. ) : 1 have the honor to acknowledge Do not Dcwplaelllm brcanxeHe

of them times shall hundreds of F. KPPIS: : Major of Tall.iha.vHt I, not
I sadly affivted b- the w.Ir, and wo the receipt of your order or the Young .

hopo the citizens will take thin opportunity years berate, bo pursued by the fctuuvul 8lR : Several arrests having this been 12th. 1 w is not aware: that Florida He waiy..untf HHn*. lull!I of mirth
kUtcituiuu, the attitude of tho made Lat ly by tho Police in city
is under Martial Mule; aud hivingseen aDd gayety, skim, unassuming.iiuiiKiii Jail.
of repairing President, Iroui the tiuiu ho took hu and fine iuiputwd up"0 officers and
and i carefully perused,, thePresident's was 'licitc'l. his
c.ilUtcd of the U. S. ) I'n.mte
|post uutil the Philadelphia Convention men army,
f Au
IIut'I "t'ut. pncbniutiou <> tt
r his utiataucc will whilo ill the dischangeuflheir < 'CU4..1'M""ti..l ii the general .
catuo to i vcr proper the 2Utb declaring the co ati.U.t.i.t "
".cal'Ogl\dtQM'Q: that PATH en uo regarded us a cn
AuniUCI who I is always lurking out of hcroiiiu cud cu'luruueou setduwpreseuted ruts boing; detrimental to the service Law, in the Southern States-in theN..h..r [in the Ti;'' .fMsnh'kid h? Will kind

far the intercut of hw p-iriiihiiincr I tirato. attuou uithohuman of tin* (:Jomuim-nt, and the men ill) Murida by uaure--l proumji ieirtt.iI. gcnernt and a fo'rfhftilri

I and tbd plaec.U trying, t.i introduce 'ihohM.e.t .ml iavu of it.tdi sbloand in some lnstauecstntallvuu- '\cntury to diner with i!,e ts,jjAuthority I. *iidf ruTying. rrti.
I cal.Mu: have t'utL'ii 6Irl.ulIl l ami it .dud able, to pay>> tho 61&-.1 have the hone nn j:
in tin i sh-U.I '*ter, u jtinin
of Ituckvu'.tt
tho raiding; to state to thai I all Mankind without rr&wr p.
him but
lust ; uitaiiii, icwiluto and or you, protest .
1 the .iris -.
.t t ,on in -
i ijiutiou.
Ho !U > a little planted in U..t shorans <*>eiiiii9i io the In. alp idly wealth: lie
county. uuruute4 iikj thu li-uuaa n-utiin-l oI::: pre< : n"'jHti criers! until theycan :igeor W4 a fiitEtl'.tl

fJ hw sr'rd'i w'wh hinnlnidy bl.n&- tuegattnul I'tu..t.rii, hu fuliuut It Lure; and reMx-ui'iilly! riiieit| you, be tested your before the proper and a lover of his ('uGrttr!. wHlin: t il

r L wwicd and l.mk, finely. Wo h' poi ,Ire,'., iilit :,14 vi r. v, l t.i.'. il need) t.. instruct your .'"Ii,..", that heroaf ftl.I'r i tribunal.Tiu ; times to offer his humble aid in itsdelinee
be with sword shield and helmet is rh(>y U k ) the.n tines of any I:.w.
j .'I.r.20..t i : >ipa H w i, t lu.,;.t. U.oJJU.IIU'\:4: t) which yi-u tall' bli'iuKho'! tb- ni..rLs "i. t.",.
off wilier
I ready to perish rather than flee.tWiXr o Fending ee i>r eDJltln'l'Ovi
..1 in. ,U'! tier i ill Iii. my jttetiti u. \.* N all rj 1' ,>...t..1 -r the Kouan soldier, ho will W the Uovcru-uvi.t. and forward tho the tnMiii.ii of the city vice are still prominent ..n,. .r "

r attempt. perish thu uiiujtt universal death Awe to my 'llfttliitmtcrs! ; I ,, tilrtrickly ;and I U'."re aiy ceviiou! government Aa Iris i which h.' .- > fir! pr 'ui i 1' .

-----. -- --- ....t! ru.u. 'lhr ugU thu dread and and iiupartully investigate die lite Ie.. ,
.Ot'elilt'as. wuupt. Ui the! t'd: of tim r'1|>oal ; h.y v tofff viHTitniary it a '
fiery ordeal he wilt "* unseat hed, tho matter awl punish the offender I
11:1' 1 iiit- rind Maj! >ir ULNI ;o.\ ant rev viva du *,.
aOermmn. nb-iut "i .. (.Io.k! |"'M.r u > t
tit< iilu>tiuto vhat the tortitudc and myit'lf. 1 am :Sir
quested him to apprise you of it. In trim f rtbit I b. :". n.'ul .
five soldiers attraiptal) t "T..M firoa. iearleN ucN of one uiuii's unaided \ cry Kcsptwtfully the pamphlet lent to him are containod I *pi .t iblessed

the creek tn the city were 111 pttt..J, will and virtuo can achieve. 1'oru. Vour ob't servant. nearly all the or D.iOlU stall iti *:th MiutiJwIiul.. ...I iatJ frt

Mr. Alexander Sweeny this city turn us will be transmitted, in J. (1. KKSTKU, trice bound with tho o that arc by which winy III'I.Imttfitil..

t. 4 seeing them rescued th'.:m and tcnui of glorious praiw, tho instruclivo Onr't Maj. ()cu. U. :;. Army, Cutud'gTALLAILIS olwoletc, and up until a o-w edition U .H tht decline of saki,lie lira d out of

'. brought them safely to land in the k'N'on of his pa: &riutie through great UCMUjAeutscnuteuipIilfd tho4tiu -KiC.Scpt. 11, 1SCG.MAJOH Itublbht.odtbisIlI'ltJrcn&ioNwt! ':u y'' I wake him feel unp1a'l.1h'Jy .

lIitehe<*phero of the prettcnt, are like UEMEO.IL FOSTLR. requires. explanation. You 1"\Ul1elr pay. 1* alms H. j?

the everlasting thanks: of the soldier* j)hlic..a l +
and the! praise of the citizens fur his IcnxvKof, tho tclcfcopc;;their you that 1 am in r"'tCilt..r your letter Intcndaut 'iUlaUuMix' retold Qf''t to expect cactltits'; in
mil feLo ai.d projmrtioiu not realized. of today, and that I do not con I
energetic action. skier InteudaH of Tallauajwcc aitw you are n4 youngywir thy'k.,.
.-hut lu htcriiy at them myself, us
I I If hi i".
w p-usxl. c jnnvr '
wine amenable a
KlrYllou.Monday th '\I".1a that irrcetly adjusted tele- in any to you Talbhaisi b. I bOJ. }
: : t.
the first of October was *.'uii". lurll.lIl t.ol ho a lure. yihU of or your authority 1 have simply BREVET MAJ., r Ut,%.l tllt.u"ttR.- ituoug you and ainn. Wrlvr ..... t* )

,Ieptrt,"I zed #, .u,t wiUlI, t'all: scowlitttu discharged ml duty tho Chief officer inks him rt'l.IIWi) l lorirliu"*. il'ywuan \
I tho Aiy ordered fur tho- election of a itaii .liu;: Mars will, to cominggeueratioiiH of the !Citv in putting in force the SIR : la your letter to me of the I make hiui u.Tumentally\ or .
t member of and Hcgfrtcr law against .t'ut Uidio ." As 12th insfc, you forbid me, as lutei.'
Congress a < I'tacit axaunie the ;: you 0
( pi'uatie ..
l'r of Public !land.-.). Owing to the fart- outlines: of. cotcssal: worlds. protect against it, 1 shall spin suspend slant, "Marrest: hereafter any urn tiuytically MI. leiuemboring; yon
the cf the bw until t't'r. enlisted man or rmplnyer, ii. uight require hl aidaraiu\ ; thereforrdi -
Jut miure] "e liable to lull in
that there was no opposition and thet alte'rodl
of the U. $.
;till'. ta- grandeur and luagniiudo civil Law supreme. ,1 could never any department arm) > nt slight him IK.TJU.M Wwtut
Into of tho weather the vote wan exceedingly ( ,, while in the discharge or their official*
tltbSMcts and that utitiineh.ngnmn consent to put any law in tunes against youug. There is u., sine in the ,
::1 su :al1. It was as follows: fellow-citizens wwuld be duties Allow me to enquire whether
I imaiwi.f which tho luy not .
';!tf by I community will ilil .
J member of K. MrLeon. etfectivo the officers and this order applies to utfaecrs IIUti l
For Congress, "cJtul'ut (jha.4 tvlletl a ,'wand p>w- against privates ? : the kind attention
men while offot duty Infonnatinti' sully of other orl
14. For: Ucgiter of' Public ,'rfull"'flj"l into exigence, and hasdc.rf of your ftlbM llw nt. Nor .
has been lodged before mo today, oft : l lae wounded their
tit KiidteiiliMu death blows that can I coMcnt that: any appeal shall more keenly by ,
Lands Ht'oti A. Cont.r.r 1U.
1 : be from the Intcn- : violation of rho city laws, by severalrpfyour want civilities than whi hw '
I" ., will uuVu it, like u Kathsoiue, an you suggest; one ,\. ,
L t N.-Kcnntor. wounded whale, crawl} iu agony to ilaut'i Court, to yours.Itevpcctfolly officers on Sunday; morning; parted the meridian of life ,
the Slid and on the morning of the
:,. Wo bear that Dr. IioLMEsSTEVJf its hole, (hero to wither iu'nnni ,yours, iMth to-day.; ) There no bw "\ man's a man for a'that." :

$ namo is mentioned for the and die iu: .pain. The form of the F.KPWa.Intcudantrof : lor trial, ( of those offences being against the O ;J.U\'EIt. +

i United States Kcmtc. lie would be patriot Pnj,uleut will tower like a Tai'ahassco. municipal regulations, except in the .. .. .

: admitted to a seat in that Iraly II"I' mountain iu the bncUcajie of Auieriran I Intcndant's Court 1 would further HEALTH or JACKSONVILLE.We .- :

I : soon as and, In or out he history, Dud the measure of bin TAI.LAHASNEK, Sept. 11, ISGG. I whether still
! ; j t I would ...oltfx, the t...l 1 nor advo- faiiie: will ifrrciHj' : with each revolve IAJOU GENERAL FOSTER I respectfully resist enquire force the yon arc gratified to IKJ! able to state
}I Nut : On further reflection I conclude i propose to by arrest .says the Jacksonville Union of the2Uth 10
I cia of disunion! ItnJicaU: -/ 'rrn. iu;; year. That xipuhr cnthuniawii and trial ?
panics,so offending
I r' 4 l' ",'ltil Courier.We which now greets him is but a that have no tight to suspend oiL, that the Cholera has entirely

,. "J. 'i see by the Blowing that one faint who of{ tlu.e plaudits with the ordinance against 'Fat Hiding. Very respectfully F. yours.InUndant EPPES, disappeared from our widai.
1 that there should be
f '! t of our fellow craft, Dr. nOL s which unborn millions of his fellow regret betweenus. eveniunpjroanrpcranycolliaion of Tallahassee. Although at no tine has it been so
citiz MS wil I) hcrcancr hail his name
i\:, StEELE one of the Kditcr: of the Ilni i his when his taut other questions might arise prevalent. rumor baa made it, still '
pcrnctuatu, UH-iuory Ilcangoainaa Dot to cr or Fcosins.AssasrasrAartur .
: : Florida Union, Is mentioned! for the cUorf tIlala! have rotorcd the Uniou to bring; it up, and therefore, the in- Gu'iOrncs, )> iu presence among us ho Wn on a t

: United States Senate: : If ho should of uur I fathers. roc had better bo made at once. I Tallahuete, i1a.. tJtJl&. :1.mxi.; J Kale sufficient to excite apptihca*
t: -- i., .. i>liallct 'ntiuuo to enforce tho ordinance II a,r.Cms,late ixlnni orTuDaluMre.! lion here and sad
that it will watch to
be selected feel keep strangers
tit wo [COMMUNICATED.] uguiu all classes iu this com- I Bias Your letter of WI date It receive *
the interest of his people, and LeI )1 umuity.KcKtivctfulIy. I nL lortplj, l beg Umwto say that \ visitors from the city W* have been 4
,. EDITORAVo were pleased I mud decline to allow you to try aDd paaUh able to hear of within the
i mlko.I no case
I faithful to any pledges to see in your paper of hut week a young, officers sad soldiers of the tailed

t call for an {account from thu City F.KPPKS, States, fur Municipal offeaevs.P1 bat ten days, and the general health .

r I Four, Sitters of Charity, io attendance Treasurer We hope the City Council Intcndaut of Tallahassee. mw t.furnish at with the names or of the city is quite as pied as that .
; At the cholera hospitals la St. Louis, have Iheu omces who violated .-I.lan Oft '
i i fallen victims to the epldttnlc, and sacri-' will soon' :sva. it published.( Jet HEADQUARTERS-DISTRICT nip Bundar aDd this morala,.with the charges which ordinarily obtains at this season ,.*.
; I UJ also{ ra, that the County against them sad the nines of witoeu '
Aced their lives ia the cause or charity FLORIDA I eftheyar. The country people ,
Treasurer give us his annual account. SEPARATE liBtaAHE, } *.. sad 1 will bate them property arraigned .
t I I\ A dUpateh from Mobile say that on the We do not foci 1 that we have in anyway 'lallahUIII.'C, Fb., &pt12,186G.Ma. ; before a JJUiUry Court. play have no fears to visit the city rpew.

\ I 2d last., on the Florida coMtJItlfttn miles been wronged. But it is the F..KPPE, Intcndant of Tallalianscc. Very Respectfully, .
: froalaad, aa Gland WMJtpfepuptyYolcsnlo of Tai to know how 1 Your ob't sent ... .. r :
I influence to the helg&t 'orbJnMjrleft right Payers J. 0. FOSTER. ,An emigrant steamship line 1* t..IIe e *'t
\ i above the water level tad m waringfjoveaieeahuadred their money i isi pentMANY MIR : I have received your lettersof Brevet ) Gen. U. H. A.. Conamtndluj. established this Fall between GalTestea, .

I feet la circumference. TAX PAYERS. lat evening and this morning, in sad Liverpool .


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