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: November 24, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057499
oclc - 08790001
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System ID: UF00048642:00019

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SfcY ''\ !A.UG ST. 'irbmrs oo.;.FLA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER: 24th, 18 e. NO. 10.utIxt .'

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l ." AH1JHlRI.\ 'pLL .W' BEIT8RD. The Mobile Gazette users the introduction The Culpeper (Va.) Observer itys: .

I. t"V8L1) '0 .. Tab, latwtatlea under tat chkrgt. of I tj TUST CHlrerirell pabUiiied; a new'Celerateuau edXoa of 1Ir. of Coolies u tho only hopo A, Fanquier correspondent has .rit-

feVEBT SATURDAY the.Meters t of Mercy, .iU btreofeaedfor JrJjiilillij the radical turf (witaou.' for the successful' 'iLlioo of con*. ten us a letter, from which we give .

I f {seadaittioa of pupil oa the,first medtcane) of fircMAToaau,,-i.or Heml> ton and adds : the following: current tacts:
lA' of Be b.r.loo net Weakness SernUul Lasses .
'J' ,Involuntary i
.. .course of tastrufUoa embraces laronscT, Heatal and 1'IapJca11ua-; We say,we speak from experience, About'\ Irt f five lure ago, a lady
AEI.r .e.& ,", .'a C.. If & '.Wri&f, Giamw, Ordtograhitotie. pacltj, Xmptdhaeatt to Marriage, etc; when we recommend the Coolie as a interred Elk Run \.
JI8.o. I ,.., Geography, History aUo, Coseoarrioa, Ern.arsr, and Fin, laborer. When we were in Singapore I was at Church. in
It t U "* ..... .... induced by telMadulffeaet or actual ex some two years ago, we were I i. henry black walnut coffin. The
44' ;I 11' ,D ., Nuusdq".,.Cbe...etgh&dstrmamyi.r travagance.IS .. struck with the wonderful growth and earth'wherein her_body.was jfpoajt* .,..
oats rs_I"'G)_vdJ.sr;" 's!'.IV.s. ....- ......f8i( w f, ttceata. Rh N a MwledlatUo ,' oy pirctferUy'that city. It was little ;'e4 r, was dry ucl'el1ow. as* it isfbr ,

1TJflA .i ". ? .." r The celebrated anther la this admirable wore than a fishing town, in 1816, the most part in that locality. Of
,, PlRdBTOR, ,. Si PIB ACADEMIC TEAR.Besa4 essay, clearly demonstrates, from athirty (we believe ft. was in that year we : '
...rruWJI.. .beet u4 jearV successful practice, that the write from uiamory,) when the Eng. twobodica buried ill the same grate,

.MI or eu ecainJd.. r ydi --1 1Poekt&II I sliming coBtequeaeet cf eelf-abute may lish Government first took possession this lady's was laid deepest io the
..... be radical/ cured without the dangerous
S...'5!.. .; "' 00 $806.00 J6.00NCl6tU&f nee of internal medicine or the applicationof of it, inhabited by a few Malays. It ground and there being occasion toremove

... ...... S !.00 ,Boob,PMtiM,Mt riti and the kaUpolot"out a mode ol cureat U now a city of cue hundred and ; the bodies owing to the de-

fffi; .eemc MathaflVa LBi, 1i 1.vujsy A IspIcsettU toed la the t1 n.reat branch once, simple, certain and,effectual by thirty thousand inhabitants one struction of the tie yard enclosureby
Ht tabtnripUta item tot tbaaJ8s es"of education, art chtrfw which d.* I meant which every sufferer, no matter hundred thousand of whom are Chi gr
... sJa: 4 d .a the d1fto.. what hit condition may be, may cure him neae:and it is these latter who have the Federal army, the grant was
boritlsas i vast fee la adivaata tuba macI5Nu1t&nce. self cheaply, privately, and radically.
> worked the wonderful transformation. dug up anew; but to the surprise of
.. I tauta4 ssguardians. 10* This Lecture should be in the
unto ; They are not only laborers but the digger when he had removed tho
"* b. hands of every youth aad every man lathe are ,
r. .,*DYADYUt1$11i.AASSrtWtlpaati I rave'ILB U AVTAXCa.Freaea r' I land. tisatis, and merchants and some of, upper coffin he perceived a
tr1flolntsrtod'thu. Spanish and German, Sent, under teal la a plain envelope,to ,.the latter do an immense business. quantity
';I 1 each, any address, rosrrAto, oa receipt of sin AU of the Eastern trade is concentrated of hair that had made its way
Drawing 80.00 cents, or two post-stamps. Also Dr.CulverwclTt I through'the slots! and crevices of the
fwt AfianMf s artoftwteaalteto.fWtae 1lati in their hands to exclusion
Piano and his of Instrument 60.00 Marrisgt Guide" price. 25 ,
..,latertioa ua'tA.. .. Vocal Maslo\\ r 80LOOPUia I cents. Address the publishers, of the Europeans.. coffin. i .
tWtrlteeatlt { eatinserUoa. end ornamental audio work wil) C11Ati J. C.KL1tiB& CO, .
,Matt.aad ef41 ftoUoet.to adfiruscraeatt bt charfodftt bertaufhtte tat pupils boarding>> athp! 127 BowKar, NEW VOIK, IS. In the Supreme Court, inllrookltn The lid being taken off. there appeared
,save as sassiest. ex* Academy fret of charge. Pupils cot!r, Post.Office boa 4,680. a perfect resemblance of a human
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eevtaoUctAf U after the on Saturday Judge Gil
lag commencement of nul.a. St. Augustine Oct. 2)= 1806. 1,
w4Ua' tat)t bargt wffl be'treatyja will be charged only such portion iU bert delivered i decision in the case figure,tho eyes, the nose, Dloutti'oatIt
.... ate He deduction, however, Cast tisy tkeWateni. and all other
easy Bread upon parts, very
vjttisaty' MStmaaJtraiBtss. tfrttyeotA of Albert Wheeler against the registrars

bt saadt for!
eta absence
partial or 9i.
distinct but of
.... .. from the crown the
withdrawal off a tmpil before theexplra* of seventeenth ward. The
A literal dlKcctti' mauls en yearly adwflietjasj. doll of a eenioa unless la ease of sef ere Cut thy bread upon the waters 1 cars head to the soles of the feet it was .
AA yearly adtertiemeateaim illness or dimiasaL I. I.The \ test it la a gentle glance, ... was brought up on a motion for
covered with long thick and
It ffM quartfrly to advaaetkMetropolitan Aeacl.miet'! year. win close by an ,Aid dry the teardrops oa that face; a writ of mandamus to compel ,the very

--- Examlnatioa and DUtribution of r-t T will leave an iiupreto op the heart registrars to register Mr.: Wheeler'sname frizzled hair. The gne-dirger af
Enterprise. Living at which ram and Guardians it for sometime >
Which fleyitoj lime vain ne'er erase. ter examining happencd -
.l'equared to be pneent. j u a voter. They had refusedto
AU letters received tad teat are tubjtet to touch the upper part of the
do the that Mr.
Cut tl>y tread upon thn .waters I so on ground
AND.AffKCAL to the iaypectlen of the Superior. I Iinqniiy head but was more surprised thanV
GAt .
loC'tlna ClI innft be directed to Cast it in a .iJu"illjC wU.i{ .. Whaclcr had been a surgeon .in the
,DjNTRI9L'T'IeV I thai Ro,crier of bi Mary1 Actdevjr fct| To chi cr a heart wi.ti wee oppressed, Confederate iruiy and a. traitor Ui before: on nothing the' entire bodylshrink I. .

orii.a \u;.... lae, 1lar : 1 And,like. r gusto of rantjeltt,; seeti and at last remained'
REV YOUR .un '1O\'lIiENCI :'t. AUruIllb.; : Aliif. U. 1808.Hokse. the Government. Judge Gilbert
I Itlewelcn' I I ; n. Jluuc tiglit the u1e1i.trtutcl.. in hu hand bat a bundle of rough'hair ,. .
4roehdLosti, t I ICapttlJ decided that while his inclination
. 'i.i d iia ; I .1 1t ; which i insensibly assumed a'
11.UUOUIA Ca t tar 1-n-lllP"ft the would lead him lo disfranchise any

) *lp7Broodwoy. 1 I ST. AUGUSTINE.milld '4.t .t in a tender: word -, < roan who had been in anus againstthe brownish red color:', '

stock .. wrll kno 'n 11...,.which hut" Anti while it. t.=--> nt. ....."I'aU. ftjftWRa'wUbdf' th* opinion1 .
I that there
AaiBAeaw "f Paso\e, Watches. barn ewlrr rt-noTatrd end yet was
J .elry,ut FaaeyGt'oda,all to Ute '",dt J. mow 7 often. frrater InduvtviIt putiiynturauhtU ll i 81. unto 4tkeard life no law in existence under which it that hair wool,feathers nails, horns, '
lilt Ulan WW iu1&,1rithe 1 : ..t ie 11"' The brightest hopes face more recall.
1'4 teeth &.. but vegetables
ara nothing
titee, tad sot to be paid for till you' I could be done,,and he therefore ,
eaowkstyea .Uln cettocYaILJLCr1TElfi To IAYM9iIRdlhelrYeIkfg PubNo. 'Cast thy bread upon the waters! granted the writ. and that is not, therefore, surprising '
feam&ig etch tntr, _6&0 the. "Ancient Clij;' tar health
Cast it.with a willing band tCast to see them OD tbo bodies of animate
aa4tt t Jatr, >ph>9 i4 iii| coaled eatrt- or pleasure, than ant other in East Florl it la thousand II ir The taw York: correspondent brow
opt tM tnllI1 L One .t.'h_ en ..U, hiving abtotSutrBooMe well Tenileted a ways afteeir. death. lie goes so afar
1"'wm bss tby tasty to say ... and arm,and ever three htudied And reap the harvest God bat said cube Charleston News, under ss to these productions '
drop eartetf4! flU eeai i tvt for 'II'' feet of Proprietor' i I Shall bt thiae after many d.,.. data of October 25, thus writes on a say maybe "
.lira fir Ut thirty for $4t eUtj-aTe The It of old standing u aa transplanted as veritable, andmay 1\
ter.k I tls4 atu hundred tor$1f. t' lotd keeper knows the,.wentt of ait JiAKftlAQK AND lJUTd.-Wbl iflt matter concerning which many false grow on a different place front x
,011 reosip4 fIU, certificate lot trill guests, end pledfet hlnuelf lo five bit statements have been made:
tee what jrto ore. going to b, "' vadivided attention ti their eomfwt that the Carriage aanouncemefiU A large number of Northern men that where they wen first germina \ ,
kiiityeuropUca ttptjr tae dollar and, Hit Table ,shall net b turpiieedbj t re immediately followed by the obituary who have lands In tho ted. !
tab 1M U1We..... Purchuere may any la this countrj. :\ \ purchased
notices in f .Doesdeath ;
the ohtaia Gold Watch Diamond ttinj.aPkat,8ewaf A sooo uses or coACfitlraox r. now atxxtxo oar papers South and nave settled there, are out
] )UacWneor any set ofworth TICOLATA'TO tits rues.nonet follow so closo oo the footsteps with card in the Tribune givingthe n Bcscms or MATBIMOKT.-Ja. .

tn1q.sus 1iItt foe$1 t bel ba D'cue for ridinpand boats for selling o'marriage ? Is grief the page that lie circumstantial and the lie direct CODUS de Voragine, in some arguments .
ba: plat....OM Dollar'. caa bt bad at ear time.! ,
tho well of imaginative
to succincts and
the Does reports elegant, forcible
JNO. C. t.raio.ofhappinesal
f et there art at bltaka.Afeati BUFFINQTON err who
art vaatad envy Ion In the Proprietor. the tomb wide its dark and correspondents write declares the benefits af nutria o- \
"oaaujzetenrtKnoa caa oake $10 a SU Augustine, Fla, Aof. 11, 18C6.FLORID open that Northern men who settle in the these
They 'e
day,eeUitf our Certlfiotee la the greatett ponderous jaws beside the nuptial Southern States arc plundered Vf ny. :

sis Jevelrj ever kao... A HOUS1, I couch ? Its the plan of life The. their property: and badly! treated 1 lIu thou means f Ina wife thou I

U sends Rayra what for a joa Certificate caa obtstforl. ..bkbpill. ST. AC6USTINE FLA. gleeful songs of light and merry gt enIl1. hose gentlemen further has one to keep and increase them. ,. '

At tat teat time fetter circular. lone I B underlined hating taken tlhtClARivA hearts today,to-morrow will turn to state. that the freedmen contract with 2. Hast thou none? Thou hast ono ,

Waiag tall li* ,aad. .partkulart; alto, Tl HBtSE. la this funeral chants, and sobbing and la whom they lagers in like maDDer u to help thee to get) some. 4:: I'
faaari Aattrts. city, It now fitting up tho tame with nun the white here #
new Faraiture lathe most completesunaer m< ntation be heard instead of gladpaling 41 s. Art thou in prosperity? She

luiu..vrcumSOli ft CD ,and designs to have it, present Unguter. We read today IS- The Atlanta New Era says doubles .
)'.R. T &,9 brralids and other*, the conveniences
a 1.... 1&h115 0 6mIt .Lad comforts of a first-class Hotel."Billiard of rar friend's marriage and wish that one hundred and sixteen coloied 4. Act thou iDaclferait,1 She will

Tablet CIA be found la the joy tomorrow we ace their persons passed through the city yesterday comfort, waist bear thee up. .
theft ; .
tn Coccrt Con Elitiai Ciacvt? OGII for the jut of the Guests and '
route fur Charleston 5. Art thou at home? She will
en ,
or ttrosaa.Votcut ,) deaths recorded and to
Qaides wffl bo furalabed at an times for say "peace
CeBltt.-la Chaatery, those who desire t. '. Boatt for tabes.; Our merriest songtare whence they will take the ship for drive away melancholy

taut U.tows.na. }BUI for foreclosure sailing parties will always i bt at command. thus footfalls of death and Liberia, They were in charge of 6. Art thou abroad? She prays for i
vs. tlilorta"". No effort will bo spared to make the by
Taeedora C.' Canter, Oter{ Center, House acceptable la every ,particular to the &ail'crchord" is u fragile at aspider's Itev. It W. Enkine, of Monrovis, thee. wishes thee at home, sad welcomes .

c..r,1a.Wt center tad Gordon &1: who may patronUe It. the Liberia. Enkine was educated several thee with joy. \
thread and "golden
Cider. Addrttt, until the 10th| October the ,
T I pttiiag to tie Coori by Affidavit undersigned at Hew Havea,CoaL,Draw. bow}"' is more brittle than glass. yeah ago and seat out ssa mis 7. Nothing so delightseaf as

Ltweed tt 1M Bill II tkII cue. thattMicadiatlaU er 411 after that date, at this place.J. sionary. lie returned a short time home; no society Is equal to that of a 1
>taboToactioatf ftIidI II.tRKUER.\ The of the Currency .. al& a a &
.* 'this Circuit, aad at Femaadlaaa t 6U Augustine, Oct. 6th I960., tf. H. Comptroller ago for his relations, but was induced wife and children. .

.Msaa CoaatY in the State( FlcriJa announces from Washingtonthatfbdnds by the American Colonization 8. The bond of conjugal love in \
A.Oa lietioa stN. Usher Eaq.i I80Uc1&orCua..1. W.P.B9CKBAY. lute been received Ibr
his influence adamantine.
.. U U ordered that I Society to exert upon
Ue.S4.. do appear and answer, 6r. Avocmia hut.LERKot deposit with the Treasurer qf the\ oihe t. This Is % portion of the roesalt. .
'II". bill wikta two caoatat I Ior the Uaited States District United Stakes to in amount tuddcfat :, AU animal" faUn better..dark taaa
We learn that there is s
&tioaafthit' order Court for the Northern. DUtrlct hundred quite lathe tight,and thls can only bt accountedfor
the three
1114 bid wW bo taken I U eons t' ;rida. secure entire large number in Charleston ready to by me increased quiet. la the dark
\lana. It it farther order United State*Commlitloner, and Com ruilHont of circulation of thb Nation sail. These from Tennessee. the animal remains perfectly quiet while
J kua ceitlfled copy of this order be JttJonf r for the Acknowledgment and authorised law and no came. .. ia Ib.l1ch&the serener U often the ease..
ftuittedtaotawMK tonteeaUtely for proof of Deeds for the Statet of M..... al Banks by Some kinds cf stock which are the most ',
,......to tat"fit. Attttttiat iaml* ckutette, New York, New 'Jtmj tadPe&ujlTa&ia more''nD be received after this da'tt.The KID QUOTSS.-tiome of oar readers Irritable ia confinement, as turkeys and .
...."a peper pibliabed la St. AufMtiae, and may wish to know how to dean aid recce are found to lay oafat but wbea I
= the Eastern Judicial Circuit ofJ Agent for the New York 0 Board of CDdtririt. has glores. For'h...peclal benefit end Information coined .iathe dark and fed oajy at tta .
.. ...., and General Agent of the here+sfer it will be useless to forwardbuudi of all such wo hereuttto append a led pried Then Is at surer' proof' that ,
Cktabrrt, A. ,. 'Accidental Life law a pic' << bdotagwenthaatoset! him eat hit
Cotial VaSt Statet or to apply for IneicaM tfcpit4l brief cf the modtu
: .. htlWa na:PJAdi, IDOl Compaay of New York for tat Korta opetandisRai.p ( meal quickly and ft .to ,ted toslatp.miM *.
.J. ,;:.IM 18G .. r. era District of Florida., } ,or for the urganiutioa of&ow a fine cloth around ybur anger, feedtegsga& i
t. aI rUCCII DOftOI. OSco la the Court House wAceatt bank or to do anything with the dip It in new milk then rub eh fine toap A' II
, tpstj Clerk of Circuit Court, wanted, to whoa liberal Come tad rub tht gloves lightly.. la. all theabove Alms-giving.aeverifflprpTcr'.ihst-= ,i
ateumt win be paid.lept. expedition of getting cireulfttutgnotes. operations the glove must be oa thehand.

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..y .fit: 'gas.UI' fila.tltr. tail TheM/V(ria,Mouse" is now THE NEWS.TOJi Catholic Plenary Con lI. A l..il"leuJi J" ...jlbt" '
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open reception of visitors.We VAstrtsa Nov. 16.-The following prelates Uesth.I .

ST. AUGtJ.I11NE, FLORIDA, visited this fine house a few days ,wnj elegraphed to the New composed the second fl'qary Council The 'Mad!** (Wit) ., :

8.'T11.....Y.X8V.' 21,1S8.tl since and VVery much astonished York Times by its special eorrwpooj. i. of t!,q Ijojnan Catholic Chq,ch, | dent of the Milwaukee WS .::: I
to see the tt..1Ikcb which had ban dent from this city: lately in session Iq |Jajtimore, have I !fates the following Incidet. .
elide ooples W ZttEee, made in gefflbg U in order ; within a "Chief Justice Chase called at the is a-d a'Pastoral Letter, nqder date howi the danger to lit tad lid
nay be obtatsed ftr. ten-cents tine week after the arrival of the of October 21. This letter reuo.l
copies for twenty-lvs : tassel, White House this evening and was opens to whicji,the young art
etntsj seven h
which brought the the President for about with a discussion of the authority of
for fifty.c atsvt 1 sad fifteen for one dollar, furniture, closeted with the thoughtless, friend or paresis .,..
hoase was thrown open to tho pnbl;" an hour. Before his departure, Mr. Plenary Councils and, after quoting lively or earnestly sttenptiag

1M. '&8pett.e. .. The etfointmehts of this Hotel wobsKtveto Seward, Governor Randall, Mr. tie Injunctions of St. Pad: "Obey frightan them. The story faA 'qa y.

From,the unsettled state of ales be superior to those of anypabiib McCulloeh and Mr. Browning arrived vnu'r>> Prelate," it notilfcs the faithful sun of Waldo Abed, of )!.

in Florida,the past four or five yeans house ia this or any neighbor- and remained ia consultationwith that whe.n; they are warned, was frightened to death. IJ, ..

I impression seems to prevail at the iqg'Sbte. The enterprising proprietor the President until 10 o'clock.It either collectively, u in the present playing with another-buy abort.
North,that our City is almost ioac- aaiured that he jintendedt U this instance or singly in the
bclipved t.ha\ matiga"! fas respective own tge on the step of thensidaiet,
r cpssibla, or reached with many difficnklcf. [ to be ji first class house and unless for coiisnltation upon a most important dioceses, against secret societies, and : of Mr: Abccl when a geetlna*

I This is not the case, ails our eyes deceiyeJus he will be u good subject, based upon an effort all associations: which are prpnounccd .halj I say? or, a monster fo ata* .
traveller has to do is to embark for AI .Ai word. Among other innovatioBfl of all unlawful cannot of *
now making by leading men they MI peril form, a very thoughtless man,
Savannah, 'tod then take the fine be, has brought out induce tho their soul, disregard the admonition peed
eighty parties to President, in b/,pitched the boa. ,and told then
i $tea ier Dictator, the Sylvan Shore, 'Prin jbeds. To a well man a com consideration' of a general amnesty, lu treating of the relations of the that he would catch them sad __
, or the Little Jaker to TicoUta, on fbrtablo bed;;s a desideratum. Church lu the State thw Pastoral
great to induce the people of the South to them up unless they ran into theho..st.
t. the St. Johns River, where stages but to an Invalid iris claims that the Church is the
absolutely es- accept universal suffrage! with a great They both ran for their fires Ir
\I,' are always Lawslihig\fo ;die arrival samba) f From what ')Ir. Mutton, I qualification either of property or in support of the temporal power. It Abcel'a eon fell upon the Hoot bfitxoxysma. ,

', of the bqat, and to take passengers the polite proprietor, was kind enough I telligence. Prominent Southern men complains that State laws assume to I When he came to nut*

.t to this, City. The distance U but to show us, we conclude that are co-operating with Republicans regulate the manner by wh.icb church know anything, J>e begged of 14

eighteen miles, with a fine road, i if good dinners and good begs ClO i and Democrats in this effort." property snail bo )had, contrary to mother cot to let the zoiaeatch]&.
.. glob I is pvercoae with ease in three make people happy tho inmates of the and .
The Wat-hlngfon HdrxrFdir will canons discipline of tie ..m!ho would never go oa Hae ttrpt
a ". ibara.: From the number, *of strangers the Florida house will bo .
'I the jollied eommcn-e on Monday nczt. The .Catholic Church. It recites Uut sgrin.l never will do it spin,I
.110..10 town, we1 are becoming set of individuals which have been prizes amount to 80,00$. Many noted these laws are fur the most putt never will do i it spin txchtaej

moro, general known. seen in this'quarter fer a long time. horse will bo present, including based on principles\ which theChurchcannuut the poor little sufferer lad ISBK&

? The delightlol weather which dis Very great' czpense has attended the Dexter and tho eclebnted' pacer accept without, de. ate!; went Into another fit T\*

I\ I f.tlng lahea this climate in the coming fitting up of: this hotel, but wo haveno Magooslar. parting; from her practice< from the reaction of the system} breuglt ea a '

l I siz Months, amply repays for any doubt that an adequate reward The French Minister has received beginning, ss soon M she was per dysentery from which.'nova re

: inconvenience which may bo esper.t will be reaped. The ".Vrrjmottf," notice to leave here on the 10thDecember milled to tnjuy liberty of worship. covered. Nor did he nova soar

t. lanced by land or by water, and the the old popular standby, is ,also now for his new position ss They are the expression of a distrust hia fright. He appeared to be eoay

jcoaforUbld and eonmodioBi Hotels ready for guests.. It has been repainted Minister Portugal 11 is successor of ecclesiastical power assuch, ant. scions by speHsn, buifwhtatverfaa

.and boarding now In readiness !. and various internal improvements will bo here at that time. I they are tho fruit of the niurvprescntutionj same to he would beg of ha parents ;I j

for the reception of visitors, will haTe: been, made, so that it will The Mississippi Commission, who I which have been made or th not to let the man'ateh tTa*

insure every luxury, comfort, and receive its share of patronage: this are urging the release of Jefferson action of the church jn pjst age DeTer to go upon tit Croaking steps

:. convenience. a.r. rinter. ,. Davis will remain until they have As well might the civil power prescribe '3110.* At last .. appeared tea
The Bealaele and Ucbcc ... .r had another interview with the to her the doctrines she u to ttious that he must die. lIe would 'I

,, ........ ilk" The Schooner, not yet named, President. teach, and the worship with which then say,'O,papa, don't let me dis; i
It b reported f at there are a large built by oft enterprising\ Citizens CHARLESTON, Nov. 14.-The .fie is to honor God, as to impose on I will never go on the step' sgiia. ,
pumbcrof Seminole, and Uchee 10.t Mews. ALLEN & HERXAMDEZ, bnerjly Kvcrhard Delias frun Bremen her a of holding her '
barque : \ system temperlitie Ami thus ay informant ivy tie
t dians stilt| remaining in Florida, read to be put upon her native with one:hundred and seventy *, which u alien to her principles child suffered lad died. While the

Variously/attmat J from ODe to four element. This vessel is about German migrants" arrived hete today. aud which is borrowed frum lady was &". these facts to ate
hundred-men, women and children. seventy tons burdc'l, b' ilt. of timber tin who have
her author
tt> Thcxo igrunts i intend, to settle we rejected the tears no down her cheeks. Itfcnot
Tha country occupied by them is in procured in this vicinity, and u to iu.te..d '
in H. Carolina. being mostly conuevtcd tty keeking ti disprove it. ,n uncommon thing forr.4hcrt '
tie vicinity of Indian River Inlet ho fitted up in a tmwt commodious with German families slrca- here are \i>riuu* reasons aliened Cut .ple to frighten rhiMren. but tHey

ihea. I goatb to Jupiter and Hills style,and drawing about thrvi feet dy resident nf toluniftttoii! Surktks.9'hP this denial ur the Church rig'it; la pit think that they are dutn r

bo&qgb Ifilat, than west tbrnagbtheEveigladta of water, which will .enjblq hew tu ,,liipll 1,leonda wilh.il hence for ll e liiityure urged to new fiJrhty4od hope this will buck, all.sh grad it

,coming oat eo the or1etZtchle enter all the Southern barbunaUig Liberia next Saturday. cnrryin teal, and U> {uy Wore att *ution J.a..r D;*fawn.Ihe -
RI'er.. ColoeeI S'I.GV" the Coast st any state uf the tide. ... ..
about six hundred freedmen cniiinrantr w tine Mcranicnls the Church.lu --. --
The comfort ibe I I festivities at tlw Somli
9ea.agding this Diatriet, haa asdeamazements spaciousness sum ti
". ; nearly five huudreil. rJiielKfnnu regard ta suiUaeuiouU, the Prsbu -
found board will enable the vui- Relief Fair in P..Louis rulautu
to communicate\ with on .. i ern
( 'l'Jb and !truth Carolina s say iu this couituctiou: We t-uu-
laea. sod will pmceel down the ton in our City tn extend their travels have already taken piuwa.. airier it U be jar duty tv warn out : ;cd on .Lt Wcdnvlay night. ins

Casa, IS the United, States Revenue to Matanics inlet, New Saiyrna BALTIMORE:, Nov U.-The police people agaiust the o amusements e nsit calico ball, which n estiau-

Cutter to the points refered to, when and to Indian: hitter Inlet, and en. difficulty has been finally settled which way easily become to them sn ted u many as three thousand persons

t itis expected that ThncJcvturtnggtt joy the finest Oysters in tve world, by the old police iorce reporting occasion of sin, Iud especially attended The scene b de-

the Chief of the Band will be and pluck the ripe Oranges now just through heir Marshal to the new against thane fashionable dance Bribed as being very amusing frees

Udaced to visit our City. The ready for market si Duoimyft's romm .ionen. Tho old board will which&s at present carried on arc he variety and oddity of the costutors. -

prince of these "wild men of thewoods" Grove and at others along tho route. turn over the bonks and other properly revolting to e cry feeling of delicacy One of the principal fatan*

\ amongst oa will ba. of much At the former ten thousand, Oranges f|soon u they adjust and cease and propriety. We must forcibly was the calico" quadrilles, winch\

interest, and cause many of our citizens are now awaiting! transportation to tho business of the department. and impressively the clergy the "Kepublieaa" says, "vert devised -
I i to revert to their; services and Savannah. urge upon, fur the benefit ,of about forty,
BISHOP L'NCU.-Thia eminent and people of our charge, the
desolating -
the and members cf active
trjab during ; prolonged gentlemen ear
't. Iir The United State Steamer most genes co-operation with the
Divine delivered a most eloquent and .
Florida war. society, who went to the ball quaiat-
; .. transport St. Mary has become un- interesting ,discourse at the CatWlie plans which may be adopted by the 1 ly costumed in and staa-
F 1it1' We. received, the other'days reawnrtty, and is to be an2tL y theUnited Church on Sunday morning last. Bishop of the Diocese in which they complete
ins chintz and calico suits cnt ia
h' very fine watermelon, from Mr.j States .Marshal Major MA His tett was taken frolDatt.XIIl. way be, to extend to these clave* dress; form. : ,buttons

j! :.. JOHN MASTERS. It is' very unusual CRUDER. The withdrawing of this 24 to 3Ui vs.; wherein "the Kingdomof that Christian tducatiuu and moral half as "large as They a man's sported hand, sad
to see this fruit an late in the boat from the"route between this Heaven is likened unto a man restraint which tbt'110 much standin
colors of the loudest
possible paUIrL.The .
\ "Wepresumethatwe might and Jacksonville will be the need of.
II means, which sowed grad seed in his field ; ladies were almost all faithful to.
j,, enjoy them, for six' We Ks in the we hope, of having a comfortable but while he slept the enemy came The Prelates conclude the Pastoral the design of cslko ball' Those
\ year, here. steamer on the route, having certain and sowed tears, etc. Upon this, the by Buying that they have ;'promul of
t We should like to have any other' days in tho week for her departure learned Bishop built up a beautiful gated decrees in regard to discipline mantronly apt black were silk guarded but the
plain alpaca or ,
t r one of our friends bring as the like and arrival at St. Augustine and sermon, showing that; in this parable and statements of faith and morals dreav
,1 i present, If only to show that more Jacksonville. This will secure to the Kingdom of Heaven is which,after submission to, and ap younger ones srh0dsasedgft
ed with the fewest number of
. I q than 4 one can be.raised.. Invalids a prompt and eomfurtAblecontelA.UC8 meant the Church of God; depicting prom by, the Holy See, will be generally b costumes' of gingham exceptions cam
\' of to and from our City. in and thrilling language the p>papauted.-dw frets Aifljr
19 Mt.Jous MASTER one graphic
or calico Moj.art tjy dresses
i most industrioaj. ..citl ni, baaL sufferings of the early Christians, "". '
our .. too, were atsdiously plain and homemade
LOST .CUII. .-W.. )L,.. Novel ofilnntaviile
\ offered to give twelve orange-trees Ala- the the trials of the Church through all A movement is on foot to establish ,while few of diem.. trimmed -.

\\' for the ornamentation of tie, Plaza. circulate the following- requests card: press ages, and arming the stability whichis in the Episcopal Church,iDbis coca v according to more pretentious

''"<' They would form a very pretty Among those who wore exiled ill characteristic of her-likening her try, the grades in the ecclesiastical .millinery rules'*
contrast with the oaks which Dr. to a great mountain, around which hierarchy which have been .disused .. 1-
: BROXSOS has planted there,' and w. 186i, from Sherman North Alabama by order the clouds gather, the thunders roll since the separation from the mother Ifcpn Brownsville, Texas, under'

,hopo that his generous offer. will e of General were my wife, and the lightnings flash, but again church England. The diocraeof date of the 8th inst, we, learn that:
SArah E. Novel and child Sarah
my General Ortega has been arrested atBosos '
clouds rolled and in the
accepted.. Liz ie. ife 'died in the hospitalat are away Illinois, in eonYention,hue resolved
)11. by order of Gea. Sooidtn.
of heaven shines beautiful :
light more : -
t that it is *
IfiiIrt The repairing of the United Louisvillejl: and my child was lost than before. expedient to re-establish.the who offered tq permit Ortega to return

States Barracks, and the building of among tie scattering refugees. She The wss listened to with office of Dean;(and ,a resolution favoring to New Orleans it he thought
the United States Hospital in oar old when she was in sermon, : what is called the protrncialsystem
was "' years to filed .
most respectful attention by a large proper a protest -
City, is progressing rapidly, which Louisville, in the winter of 1864 6, was referred to special, committee against his arrest.
bid fair to be quite ornamental aa well of light hair and complexion, and congregation, representing the,several with considerable likelihood ..
II usefuL The ringing of the work- blue eyes. Any one having inform denominations of this city ; and. of being sdopted. The City Council of Tbomwfl ,
we ire sure, was properly appreciated r has voted to take stock la the South
bell at 6 is quite an adoD or her will address me
a. m., pIe\Ie
mans General in late letter
by all who had the good fortune to Beanregard, a Georgia and Florida BaUrcad.1D'&h.
event, which breaks in considerably at Louisville,Ky., Mt Vernon Hotel. be present-Augtta Daily Prtu remarks: "When I surret !eyed amount of 1100,000, provided the
upon thft long settled habit of many Papers copying this will confer a ..- with the Confederate forces at Greensboro same is sanctioned by a pahUomeetiagof -

who. have generally found it to bjj.. great favor. Fin thousand little nfjrees fo to school North Carolina, I buried the citizens....
.1. ia Washiaztoa.,p.>> o .v
quite as convenient to commence There art 2 tOOO colored peool I btlowWlDeb.11l A colored prachr of Virginia. oaly hatchet'JIOt to be unburied again.except An association hu been formed si
labor after break&it, as before,sad tbem. 116 in defence of the and Torouto for the Ctstda '
.... who art art supportlafflres jun, bas just married a foshiafibMBty country. aaaexatioa ol
jaaeh airs comfortable. of elgbt7.d constitutional Govtrs&eat." to the United..Ststo. .
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Du"rrr.v -Tkt iaeatJJUhop tbiog SAI.E. peMIPEITEB Kf Ix rat Ciaccir ConT roe THBEASTXCB I Executor's Sale. Great watch Sale .

Helier.: wroto thb TEBNAI. IMPR9TE CiBcnr or FLOBIDA }
erer tree *
ST. Joai's COVXTT.FAUTBBX 1864 i':8.: ot an order of sale granted OYTnE: rorcrJifi OKI nunPLAV. ,
,Ulmitahle .J aatagtt "It etanot bet BENT AVB HWAMP To Benjamin F. Packard Principal and BY by the Probate Court of Su John'I GI1'.Jatt Pal rema Wind'eeaead

dcforth is knan'e osly abiding pboe."it LAND. I George Hurt and Joseph E.Masters Sort :aunty 1 will sell at public auction, OD the .eHaWtftf
'Utb day of December 1516. at 1t: o'clock
.cannot be l Uut'oar lifo" a bubble I SHE purchasers Bade in 8U (John's following. County de lTHElEA8 the aaid Benjamin Pack. noon in front of the Court House, ia the "the lew Price eTTcaWITHeUT .'

east op by tie own, of eternity tofloita.iaojiciat'upon to the Internal ImprovementFund W arel gate a Bond tote State ofFlorida Cityof SU Augustine( the following Real _Z;

Ita ruse and t' having failed to pay the bonds given in the pl'Da1auDl of five hundred mate belonging Philip Sola&a deceas REGARD TO
for the credit instalments,'said lands will dollars, and whereas the condition of the / VALVE,
dale Into nothingnesa Eke why is U re-sold at th- risk of purchaser, said Bond was that the said Packard A (louse ant Lot at the' corner of Charlotte And not to bo Paid for .
at the State Laud Office,the( Tallahassee, should and answer to the charge and Green Street'rlth aa exteaaive
it,the hlghjiad glorious Vp aUODBi on the first day of March next unless said of trespassing upon the Public Land oi Lot and out balltUlIAa unless ,perfeotlr Satis-

'which leap, like,angels from the tem.1 I I bonds with interest and cost of advertisement the P'aie of Florida, at this the Fall Term O. unimproved. Lot outside the Qly .
pie otour for are paid before that day; of this Court and whereas the said Packard IM nlmnlnt IA aen rnoie or leas, lOOgolUGold hunting pitches$20)to
be4Tta, are ever ,wandericgcowti I II the East
aide ef the road.
i I I The Lots Nos. 2 and 8 of See. :itt. T.:'s has failed so to appear and answer .-
tdflWby b it thattheralobowtnd 1 8., R.27, E., 80.60 acres entered bj J. I and whereas the said Bond has been ;JJi; Mrvs at *place" called the two Sis 'uJO Magic cased Gold...Watches 200 to
Plain30 -
cloud come over na E. Fliaa. estreated in due form of Uw ar appeals -Diego 600
, .. Th. N. E| Sec. M, T. C, 8.. It. 27 E., by the Record of this Court and wheietis acres more or less at a place called 100 Ladies' Watches, Enamelled 100 to.
with i a beautythat U not of Dearth, 31.15. acres, entered by J. 8. Hanklns. : the said George Burt and Joseph E. Maters Monlirie on the West side of Matansaa 800 .. .

ted then paaa:off to leara tu to muse The 8. WJ of 8. E) See.W T. o.8. R. are the sureties on ..lellSood U 'I"| River 100 about 8 miles rom this city. 200 Gold Iluntta Chronometer Watches ..
27, E, 81.16 acres entered by' J, 8.Han* pears by the Bond now oa file. ia this acres.. adjoining the above tract oaUoulni. 250lo300( T
their loveUncsiYhyk i It that
oo : Court: 200 Gold Hunting English Levers 200 to
tbi'etan'which, 'holdj their fcatiralk&roandjthe kiu.TheSof8wsec.E6T.6,8"L 27, Now therefore you and each of you Alto the household furniture.. 2.j()
E., C2: 30 acres, entered by J, 8. Ilank'ns. are hereby ordered and couuianded to Terms C..b. 800 Gold Iltmtiflg Duplex Watches 160 to
midnight throne, are eat The 8| of N. El Bee. 4, T.0.8..R.27, show cause. If any you have, online Art >IATHEW 80LANA 200' .

alma the grain of oar limited Jfacul, EL, 81.6'J. acres entered.by Dennis' HanUna. day of the nexl term of this entered Court why P. 8. For\ rther broimaiion Execntoh apply to 600 Gold Iluatlsf. .Amirtcailgatchp.100. .
should not be against to.e.0
.p\Jsa;|foreTerrooc.tngai with their TheE) of LEI See. 11, and the 8} of judgement you and each of you and execution is.ued Judge John Lotl Phillipe. .oo.nn1' Hunting Levers 60 to 150 -

t ppr rttehible gloryf ,And finally, N. V} sea 12. T. 6, s.,R, $7,E., 100.01 for the penalty of the said Bond and In St. Augusiine Oct. lath 1RGG.Adlnlnistritrix. 600 silver Huntivg' Duplexes 7ft to 260

Wtrbf ie i it dig bright forma of human acres entered bj Dennis Ilaaktu.Th.N1ofN.EINrel4rt7.S.ll.. default thereof judgment will be entered I 600 Gold Ladles; Watches 60 to 250
.27.E upon and execution ia..edeplo.ou for Sale. ).(30 Gold HajUag Lepiaea 60 to 75
')mut are preheated to oir;tiew andjUkeafroa .. 80 acres entered by Dennis Hankins. the amount of your several Uabiliiic on Y vii ue of en Older of tule gmnied 1.000 Mv-cellaneous Watches 60 to 100 .

m' eaving the' thona The N. E j of 8. EI) Hee 20. T. 0. &. R. he said bond. _i by the Proba>> Coutt of&t. Johns 2 600 Hunting silver Watches 25 to 50
27, E.,40 acres, entered by John Q,San Witness John C. Buffinzton Clerk of I will sell at auetiou i I 6090 Assorted Watehea aU kinds 10te75lav
public on
: lab!....ms*f loir ejection* to flow NNinty.
said Court
dirt, aid Court and ho Seal of Monday the 7th day of January 1867 atl -:Every patron obtains a Watch by
\k In aaAlptila torrent upon our Tho 8. vT|of N.El and N.J of Lot No. at the Court House in the City of 8f Augustine o'clock noon in front of the court house arrangement, costing but 110.' whileit

ie&rU? "We for 2 Bre.n6. T. 0. K, IL 27. E.,,71.16 acre*, la said County thus 24th day of in the city of St, Augustine the follow may be worth $,60. No partiality
arts born a higher
ente:ed by James L. Colee. A. D. 1868.
lug real Elate:: belonging to the Estate ef bowD1. !
. rata than that of earth. There b ThoN. WJ of N. El and N) of N. K} JOliN C. DUFFINOTON Roque J.ecUI.&N1 deceased. AH that certain Menn. J. niCKLINO ft CO.. 149

'reals rainbow Sec. 1. T. 78., R 27. E..'120, acres en Clerk parcel land CODI.talil1, 723KW435GC Broadway New York City, wish to lonat
[wherenthe never
tired by James L. Colee. i By W. MuroBD hAlAa .. dirtily dispose or the above mtjnlflcest
Met| where the atari will be spread The tit of 8. EI aDd 8. Eo/8.WI Sea Deputy Clerk. nock certif Mt naming. the articles,

..t bet te us TiU i thj Ia1aD&g that R T. 78.. R 2tE.audthe8. Wi of N.W Ft. Augustine Nov. 11. ltwA 8m.Ix Acres within the limits of the rill see placed "a sealed earclopea, and well
| of 8, WJ Sec. 18 T, 7, 84R. K! E.. if St. Augustine with the improvement mixed. Holders are entitled to the article
alatabcr oa the ocean, and where the 198.74 acres entered by JameaL. Colee. IHX Ciacc.r Cone run TUB \ hereon situated on PooJouds point. ) aaaed on their eel tIIate,upon paj-

J L4tttitulbeiDgii>> which pets before The N. W| of 8 EJ See.23,and the WI BAITBBX Cinn.iT or FLOBIDA. > Abu 3 Acres more or less s J icing the weal of TeD Dollars whether it be s Watch
of 1\. \)I''aua a, t J of N. U J Hfr.2\.7. Sr. JoHx'a CflCS ti, FALL TERM 1800.J drove tract. worth $.00 or one worth less. The return

na like' ahadowstwill, stay for erer tonee. 8.. R.2h E" 160. acres entered by Wit The Stale of Florida, Terms Cash. of any of oar eertifieatta eatitlea you

Ham 11. lII klDaa. v.. 8AB1.XA. LEONARD, lo the article named thereon, upon paj .
iii. .' .The N. W} of 8. "ISeo.l. .7. &.U. James A. 'Ii kltr. late Sheriff and ExoXcio Admlaistratrix. ueai. inespeoife of iu worth and as ao

.Di.Cnrnrort A'f .Youte HEALS.Tfeejbeaefit 27, EH 40 acres, entered by StephenjMar* : Tax Collector and Assessor of St. P. 8. For further particulars concern- article rallied lea thtnfflO is aaaed aaaar
tla. John's County. the above eertJctte it wffl at once II tee.that
1 "ta 'ng tracts of bind apply 10 ,
deiired from food taken The EI,cfS W| sec 1. T. 1
iejxiBcU rcry much upon the cobdUtivaoi'the .. 80 acres entered by 8tephebMartin, .1 officio Tax Colledorant Assfftsor 81. AuuStine.0'. 1018rA w '.0 out forwardZigtlimate
Lottery a sera qAt
The 8. KJ: oft\ bee 1.T i5.. K.27, St.John's County on motion of L. I Fleming ,
'body, while eating. If E. 40 acres, catered by Rttphei M rtlD. Solicitor for the said Circuit you are beie- Notice.l Transaction, vhichmayU :
In The a W| of See. 30, and tb N.WI of show if .
tken a mood/} creator: despair- by commanded to cause any you in the ptott
N..E} 8ei 21. '1'. 4. .., R. 28! <&.* lag eoodittoa the mind, digestion acres,entered by Edwin Martin pi-xt term of this Court why judgment S the Judge of the Ptobale Court for i /a it id tow l

UBnch'lesajx fcctafld, eltrwcrthacwkeh. The WJ'of}' X. WM and E} 4 $.WMSec. I( should not he entered against you for Letters of\dmiDI.rraaIoD on the Estate; of! A single Certificate will btltD&b1ma,

.taken, with;a cheerful diaprai* Hi '..1. B.28- t the said sum of two hundred and ninety Amelia Prrrault late of said County de post paid upon receipt of 25 eta. sire for
1:.. 4Rrr.Opne, eufred btJ.)1' Daniel 24 cessed. $1, eleven for I:!, thai r-ihro and ele-
tfon.oJ The rery ,rapid aud silent The U: o. 8 a-. r, of N. W 4i.e... I one 1U dollars the same being the sum EDWIN AUBCIL.Ft. gent premium for$5. sUt j-sia and more .

eating> ; too conuaofi among'' Atneri* (17, T.6 .... n.* K. E.. HilOacresJ enteredT. .'IO"D.O.* due It, the |1"t4 l of the ..Aajnsibe Nov. 24. IMiA, .... valuable premium for 10 one hanJred and
I by J. )(. Da.nirl. I t'omplrull r of.Mid. State together with ---- mOAt superb Watch for $16, To Agents
cant, shwH' Ie TUided. and ROme The ... wl-4 of s. wM see. 7. r.. s.. int T-.i lUfm$ ip t,rw rWtNl1 i r.Uw sad Notice.. or those wishing employment this ta a rare

|?plp df intc..t 1.ifrdtttvd} at u e blluUlltuiy ;,,'B.2S. r, 4;. .,'.er.... rntetd ItT.. D.wa""L in lffsnll thrrrnf ju' ;tml'nt writ i>e Trtlere ,:..1&',-arl't-daLe--I-will apply the opportunity, Uis a iefUimatelj eoa
I HK*>'uit yea fur the to.i>l rum of two SIX ducted business, duty auibotised by the
and Probate Court of St.
>; riAc In if aKtartylMtxbitoix Tim Lot ge.oftbe
} : Ko n of see. 21. T. R. 'f *. .! 'Jl Goveiuoent, and to the frost revs
fit Letters Adm'nislratnn open
tiuall.t indulged a..-Mill. seres entered !,/ Gs"piirr r )J... him're 1 and ntn-ty'''w 1'W Julian will" : on the lNi'.:, of Thoiras Crosby '... fulsrrutiny. Try .! :

IB it wU.tw aU the;;ilyttt. I it b .it I (Mires a* 4Hiri'l.l. of Pi. John's County deceased. Address, .
r u of; ,
TiiwJ ,+iwadran' x.wl.ln *' I Wtn .. John 1'. I'nfr'n7 *m Hrrk 0" '
unMs11I1uthtJ A J'.I disks! ? in acui. : .It. 1!'. T. I)', a. T!. 2*. r.. Ufl.72 S.TPmfer -, our .paid' curt ma-\ ells Sral of .he w'nir : ,I.tl,..'s.,USDT. J. Hiddtaf fc Co.
.-d b.v <', O. Wight: man. I "iirt. t-ltXVrtirt: ll' u'. iii $.. Ant. S.. Asa ugine. Nov. 21, 18A8. 6w. 149 Bfeftd wair,J eR Yerk.Mov. .
a' r.i tuwt' aul txiaild' .,p.uy eau > The s. ..-.+1 of*.wi4 ire :;. >.. 7. I.. tiny iu':<2''jh Cot) ..f('e'Je.v A. D. 1HK I.AupttDe /. lt9M.. Eat
ru: *3 J J drguat wll Itut, which. vibi-n t r. ab. t.. 4U rules.tD".1"1 Wi11ia'd It. JUnS t':. iiPy t'i'FINOTtb'. Notice.
) I rttrlt. Caution'IALL
4ettalQMt.il i the lain 1 sib trbvd iti I Tbes.pl.ofp.wldaM.tl.t.1.t.1 .. r. ,I W. Marnan br.un"Julll'lfrk.... rilO all whom It rosy concern. Four

rweti'ttuep II lidS ot bruu<\:'ig nverrurcj I 12*.>. '.. '"'-13 hoses "Drr'd by ItJvid I ''' I VYreks aDer date i will petition the I'f"ODart cautioned not to par
: fiuuoralite
the oftl.t'bottle Courtof
Judge Grove Lot of LandAOuwn
r.n. J'I 8l .line NAV. I,. MM. :HmIx .
I Aiijo
ball di-uppuiutuicuu, wuuJ: butwif f HUflnA.rORLKT. rat.John's County for allotment of II the "Wctdoo Grove,1* and sold

j[ n digest* {4 the abtaiach.faeiag + K ii<4er of Public Ls4 11 l I.. I, nlaClxrrtt Corar roa TUB iEASTKBX ; Dower in the Estate of my deceased husband by the U. 8. Tax Commissioners in De-
.RI. Ausostlne.Nov. 2-1. iPIU1, 1 3a. Ctacri? ox Fins PA. VKr Thomas Nelson late of said County. ember 1863 u my propertT. It la *p-yposlte
diwrnoRewciit aud pain ; I I Joux'a CorJTT FAU. Taut 1800.I .J DORA NELSON, to the Lot now occupied by P. U.Dumas. .

BBS], if tAueh Indulged in, become Proclamation Florida Administratrix. The sale by the U. 8. Tax Com;
A The State of tra.
I 8.. Augustine, Oct 20! 1800. 4w. uaillioDtn'.U llIfaaI'aaut void and I Ins J '
trie KM.ChrUfobal :
the'et&i! of permiacot.,tad*trrtqurd- TTJHEUE.U, The President of heM I .Bravo and /Michael Cain lend to contest. the skis of the inrehaaer.1L .

: 1'iuj. .t;, ;:to"thoey tliwyw. ff United Slates has appointed the Securities Joseph 8. Sanchez dew ed Notitt.. A. PUTNAM. .
,_ 2Ma day of November,ass day of Ta aks- St. Aagustiae Oct. lath 18C6V .
ti-offleio Tax AK
I late Sheriff and :* wan
indebted the Estate of
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Nada JU&YUC.V fx oIiTU .- giving to Almighty lad for has t any 1 Collector Qrth. County,of Ft.' ObD'%. ALL person A. Bravo, late of St.Johns '

MUce iBaticia b cialipg rapid atridca mercies to oar people Mayor, Now ottbilelt thereto ,e do IVBBAXCJOSAXCKEB ( Chrifttobal Bravo ant Mienael t'aL'securities cvuuty deceased are requested to snake Caution. ',

rHattafhttieUa. call citizens of this to or Joseph 8. Sanchez deceased immediate payment and all persona having persona are ,f&UlIoDecI.J 1u& .
J Th. Uaataa' "Con.- hereby oa Ihe pute ,late Sbrtruci Ex-officio Tax A"-
said Estate
nuke due observance this And against trereqursted ALL purchasing pr.pertisold by the.
lamn of Jay. and Collector of the of St
hb''say$ ult b an faterea oa that day repair to their several sensor' County to present the same duly authenticated CommIuIo ers Ie 1863 ,pal* *
leg fact,aid an evidence of.the: pro houses of worship with an humble ami John's.On motion of L. L FltBJtag Solicitor within the time prescribed by law, or belong to me u Principal, Agent or Ad. .
this notice wili be pleaded in bar of weir uinittrator intend
meek and .ota true as to test the validity
i great; of the ap tower .,quaJ| rights spirit tt fceVnge for the said Circuit you are oertby commanded of said sale i .:
f bartender thanks to Almifht/ God
tWa rhUeen llaca. that 'in the that has! to show cause if any you nave,oa recovery.ANNA COKNELIA BRAVOAdmlnimrairix. VENANCK 8A CRU. A .
r ) ; : peace been entirely restored or before the first day of the next term of .

Baperior, ,Courtof: ultras ouuntr for thron ti hout been the free and from and civil that discord the p'Oa. this Court, why Judgment should not be St Augustine Oct.;', 18C & 8w, 8L Augustine, Nov 8rd I860. .
criadaal...., there b UU tern, | thai day rast aside all bitter and section I rendered, against yon for the=sum of six DRY;GOODlI! ,

onioobml. al feelinfa aad.-Itla one 1'OIcelll au offer Notice. .
jttryinu and In the So hundred and seventy-six 100, the same Drags and tfadleiaea: .
ap thanks to our. Heavenly Father rur.1 the shown to be due the PBRFUMSRY
being sum by
pcrior Coott for civil ioaineaa, first his goodness to us, and especial!) for II<, Books of the ComptroDar from the said wm.apply to sad btota. .
I iqeoai I leader mercy, la warding off f om our SUtBoathaafterdattI .Court of 8 AT1O IEBT.
a aioapoyanrajthe aesaipn Sanchez at the time of his death to the
Iron Tin and wood Ware
I city Ill!Iron rod of pestilence and let aa said State of Florida together with Interest uu John's County,for Letter dinaimry Crockery .
of""igirwEtttZttbreiro.twa No pray to' Him to give oa each a spit i. thereupon at the rate of eight per cent.per from the Administration of the Estate of, Glum and S. Hardware for lilt by ,

d. 1i1Mdl to them, but, on rosy make na grateful for Ills, many klnlaessea annum from the tine the airs lndphtteemed Stephen Martaa late of said County de- I 8 0. BCBT.
AufBatbe, Aag.11.1868. :
to aadUtat ho thiough the .. e.1cC
oa> may cdness the l.J.. .
flu etttls l'yrIt, If v 1t1i11'1re ta to day 010 s. j ,
mediation of His dirne boa draw usaeanra&d of said And la default thereof EDWARD IIABTEK. ,I
Judgment. W. P. g9CKK&T.
Ilapirottbttteat iainywhi t t t4 penoaihcratofow nosier to him\el | judgment win be rendered against for AdsUalsifator.StAugustksOct6ihl8W. .
Given the seal you Plat.NGtiCe. Sr. Afevacoa .
under tay hand and of hundred sad fta.pLBRKof
clrafl d the MId BOB of six an'DI,
tftk this 26ta October 1800.VENA5CIO .
city day
c the CrJUd States
Gt\ih.UC 211 DbtridV.Court
JTaiT U \ .
th*firrt terra SANCHEZ,
six 100 dollars with Interest aforesaid. for ike Northern Dkttlct rat
vhefewloredatn hire .teen pat on Attcat Mayor.W. Witness John C. Buffing Clerk of our riorlda .

MuueariIxoaiw. said Court and the Seal of the said(Court persons having demands against United States CoasOstloaer, and Con-
theJiHet tllhoegh a recent term of Clerk of CounciL
'' at the Court House aa b& Augustine this ALL Estate of Joseph Maasej i Ute or mis ioner tot the AoaaowIedgBMatproof sat
tilt .ii Court, to a trial for St. Augustine flL.October 2ith day Of October A. D. 1838. '.County deceased are requested of Deeds for the Sates of Masa-

-4tir tai laif recorded there 2418G0. JOHNC.BUFF1NQTOX.Ckwk. to mike immediate payment, and all persons haettta, How Tork, New' Jersey sal :
are ,
bating claim against Estate arerequested .
'as...*beNerved.", ROUIBLOS By W. Clerk [ to have the..... autheati* Amt for the Now Tork Board of Caderwrlters .

.. FOR8ALI: : MtiroanDeputy eel t. tba Undersigned with the time and Geaml Agent of tie
It b oar: .to perfcrta lov.dat.its : \qaatlD"l'oy.l7.. *86G. to. preaetibad by law,or this ..otIe..m be United States Accidents LIlt lain,- .
vhea Ibb afo pUoamt and.imnlr no clntrI U ten the House la which I reside r pleaded bar of their recovery. ance Company of New Tork'for 1M IfortJa- .
Mlffa! I! oa tAarbttt, running through JACOB 8 PIL. tAdmlnlsirator era Distort oUTorUa. '
test of
erbetpleeb 1000000Itrtftt Built of Cochiaa Stone GROCERIES, Ofioo la the Court Heats "
tore,theta with tquzl readitoa lathe test meaner,50 by 40 feet contains QUORS. St. Au
whia the? .are, poeront' and tea woes, a large ftrret in whisk four M0NTOtMERI' nlssToaawiUbopald.8cpl2fchl8bU 4
fWiei loon cam be atade, two ?>****, a food GREQtO 60. i I
atone KHchen a wooden Kitchen oae toil ILL keep constantly oa hand, a BRAVO ft DUNHAM, ,,

Whoever buts for a friend; without. .half si""ry with twe fire places, a latge I TV complete assortment of fash.f..* DEALERS. IN ASSORTED CBOCKERT. !

foper Asdics trlU oerer find whtt lAd commodious Stable and aa excellent recedes of best quality Ewers and Basins, Chamber,, Bowls.
ours well of water, grape t I arbor and four tweetorange t 1 AT TilE OLD BTANA Plates
.....'W krre wtnelrei with all tme. Bits Lot 100 by TSfcti. DRY GOODS Cvpa 8aaecra, Tumblers
baking Dishes. Tea Pow .
I Gnash 8. Qalllo, CbarI01'-anea. te.Aug. '
} Jove
we ought to .
our Price fooa Fla 11. B. E. CABC. .
tri ada in' fits a&Uer, CRISTOBAL BRAVO The 8u AuguMiae.invited to call \ for Clothing Hats, Boots, wSTATIOSCBT.
tnblio are ,
l. 6L Augustine, Aug. 18tJa 1860. t
irchaaiagelsewhero. \ .
and Shoes \ \
A fttUj fill eayas "If ear Maker Our Motto lac quick sales and] aaalprofit u j
I g t II WKB* to AWl to'pro tingle FOB ALE,,OR BENT.Taataeaattetlnowaaa for cash or barter. 110. &o. "0.It. Letter, Note sad Fooiaeep Psper_ It.. : \i '
.. <<.< "........ Ilr.ee ese dds treassa.. earthhow the ttx.po. GBORQE8.GBEENO. and yellow *avilopee. Peas,Ink sad PMT u t

V = ...... .d4..eIm; with UeIetnaL'" \ j JAIUiI 0. KO TOQ.r.II. Au... '-e...)1a otaasa'ff.9 x4t9iBs f
..... .d pnu, piI." \ J ,A... U. B. C. CARL 18. 411l. 1z. Aof.. .,,.'. 9> B.. cUi..,,, ... ..' : ,

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't' .ll taa8J/laeod .....] damp cellars and dilapidated bin-- and no C titutional. Congress can casemates assigned him sKbrtly after A CosrxDUUTX Sotum Cis.xtrsSrcrDLEsmisMotb .

The following txhibk preseated ties, sad are often without food, fuel be convened while such integral portions his arrival here.WASEINOioe. ,,*d(0 '
or clothing. In numbers are forcibly excluded. It says
vcptusgC 1460 iseupgtttive: proper great committed r.ddde'1 .
bfsfa1'Whkes$67,456; they fall victims to dUease and the adoption of the Emancipation Nor. 8.EdwardLee years nffoeantion

'lacks, 330,373. There are 48 coaattttiar a prey to death. Amendment is no precedent for the Plum, Secretary of Legation to with the fuacj of charcoal ia

this Butt. Tbt blacks have Where w the cholera has prevailed, adoption of this. The Southern Mexico, in company with; General New York last Sunday. It wu proved I

majority in S2.eo..... numbers hue peri bed who have States during that time had no delegations Sherman's Chief of Staff.Cleft here at the inquest that at the begfo. '

Arbcjtsas-.bieoiint:0 where not been included in the bills of mow to be received into Congress ain$ of the war he, residing ia New
List evening for New ,
the blacks are la majority. tslky. 'Siagll'or in small squad as now, when they are denied admittance Orleans,joined the Confederate
Pk. da.Whites 77M47; blacks, many have made their wry to the and then concludes by saying tnjywill await the<< arrival of the and army,

",m. counties, ia 7 of which North. Occasionally parties qf two that, as the amendment in question .| Mexican minister, Hon. I,. IX Camp served steadfastly till the close of

tho blacks an iD the majority. or three hundred are shipped North was not proposed by two-thirds of a bell and General Sherman ,who anI noktilities. He left several letters,

yeah CWiw.-Wnites, 291!) ,. GlIder contract From time to timewe Constitutional Cun *i.the Committee I j to arrive In New York tomorrow among which the following to his .
I I expect
800 blacks, 412526. 30 couaties.in hear of companies starting from recommend the adoption of the wife : .!
20 of which the blacks are in the different of the South for Li. resolution above given. I or next day. The entire NiwYotxCiTT.1

beria. These causes combined, ad. Trt :! party: will sail from New York for
SaajortyJtunufppi New YORK, Nov. D.-The October 27. 1866-6 P. H. )
-Total whites, 353,. ded to a manifest disinclination bune foots Fenton's majority: a Veto Crux, probably on Saturday Jtfy Dear /7u -Atth time
699 ; blacks,436 SM. 60 counties, among the young freedmen to venture up \' next, upon the U. S. steamer Susquehanna. receive this, if it ever comes to you

ia 29 of which: the blacks are in, the upon matrimony, will, from year 14336. The Legislature stand; I hands, I shall U no more, but year have
a&Jorit to year, tell upon the colored popu- twenty-six Republicans to six Pea- I entered that bourne whence BO tram
.Whites lotion,a that It the end of each de and The Secretary of the Treasury has
:AI. alA 626,271 ; cents, b the Senate; eighty-four I er returns, should the means of
baesj, 437,770. 62 counties, in :20 cade we may expect. the census to Republicans to forty-four Democratsin sold the Marine Hospital Charleston which I have availed myself succeed.

of Malt the w. ...Ita tMBIjeriIf. show a progressivo decrease b that the House. .. ,S. C., to the Episcopal Church We have sadlr mistaken each other.
oka of .
have population.Wo conversed with an intelligest Illinois gives forty t hours ad Republican south of that city, Ui' be used as snorphan's Had you acted. differently wa &%Jit
IB tvo of t&t afeve used Stylet.CsfeKss home and school fur\ the education tor many rears have jogged aleag together.
aDd observant etntlcmaa who .. *
Mlarisslppi. sad 8sn. majority. it has been otherwise ds
rr-.,,,';, bkeh Weed the whites in the .&h'1. bail recently travelled, by private Wisconsin 18,000 Republican of freeduen's children .:rm.lAd I succumb to 'fI7 fats I

MIll ef popaUtiea,white iD the other conveyance, through some of the majority President Johnson has auiscribed <*w.you ,tad iadead 1 dJ*

Jtw Kates Baatd tat diitrtact is Boat populous counties in the State )MaMachusett 70.000 Republican .! 81,000 to the fund, to enable the at peace with mankind trurtbg

Ito iderabh. It it this aw, of lie travelled leisurely houses, and stopping st majority I I society to make the purchase.Witt in theo ever enduring mercy of ev

; ignorance, superstition and iaprovi.dtaet inns numerous and private made country iu ; eavenly Father and relying oa the
In tho
thai the Radicals, the South. many inquiries New-Jersey Congressional JcrrtRsox DATJS' CIIILiDREM blood of tht Holy Lamb,shea for thtrcdciupUonoXsaehsiaaersaa
I' X endeavor- regard to the negroes. He was every delegation stands fur Republicansto : -
era Radicals especially,are L I
where told that they had greatly
\ t log to establiiii at th.dominant class diminished in number since the dOle one Democrat :: VENT.-.\ letter writer why T ted have thrown myself upon His mercy,

.fe the South with the vfew} of beeomteg of the war.: The men, especially, In Delaware Democratic Governor .I Ex-!' idcIiL Davis, narrates the .nd hope shortly to receive Ubmerci-

\\1 i "'Iade&.ID ceasaeatiag on had disappeared, and to such an .ex and Congressmen are elected by i following incident: fill forgiveaesa. Having cfodentcod:
l t a tttt "lit,the National.'1at.eU} eDi. tent that there was a dearth of Ia\r.\ ; 10,000 majority a gain of 500. "The comikg of the little child hat you have with Ar&ur, eoauienccd -
: a i. ear ."1' These rural of which .I into the inner casement, and dilating the same tnaiacsi at I wxs
I \; 0at fact b wdrthy obsemtioa have heard deficiencies from various, sources, we, I'liiLADtLPUlA, Nov. 8.-The iuto his fathers arms who had engaged in, I should mach wish JOG
I =thai tho whita tad black popuU- Bulletin that Newell be oittta to bestftt he,.
r were not adequately<<'Oun fur by says Republican, :I just seated himself on the win: {rate mi/ht pe by
\ ties it'DO' equally distributed the accessions to the population baa been defeated for Congroa in the I oecaaiou to )1.... Davis to makd s rue law the tools 1D4.1O. forth which I .
throughout any. of the Southern. negro nave but 1 keo pot how I could
remarks about bet children pirtieu-
of our towns. The fact, doubt second districe'by 5 H) majurity.
! tl&w. The white pop olttioa pre. in !have reached you to convey to you
those Canada. Green
laxly Jluhoji
fa that have died and :
lay BALtittoRB Nov. .. The
and many many returns -
dea&ttst ia tht'high temperate of ctaaittcd
(an Episcopal then remarked intelligence oy just
have made their out of the Bishop)
more way
, regions, and the blacks ia the low. State. ; from the western counties, comprising that he would Dot have feO'ured l.. act The coroner fill, however, ia-

,! .... Hence, ia every oat of the the fourth Congressional dis introduce the subject but u Mrs. farm you, if yoa can be found, what '
I Southern States the black population Should the Radical policy, u wittM made of them. Bid
eafranehisement trio,indicate the re-election Frank Davis had done su herself he felt
fa aero or lea localised,which would respects negro prevail Artnur for tteraal farewell
Thomas 2000 The bound td say, U a Bi h.'p >f her Gnu ,
their ascendancy' in the South by majority.
re it local control, if Ubcoaae a chosen Church that he did out think May ho dowel, ad aha his quondam -
, &at&ct political.... ... If parties would probably be short lived. Leaving Washington Intelligencer has a Baltimott she had acted entirely wise i.! sending fathers fauha [Bid him keep

you oiynf>> led oa tie b a of aauo- oat of view the probability that special saying: the Conservatives her children to a Convent to be forever, ass memento merit that H&
i adzes to tat present white -ftN. the a war of races would eDue. which today notwithstanding all advcnKj taught. Mrs. Davis ftJ'lie-I-ot! louc pro which I prised soowh tad
teadeaeywouldbtibra segregation would finally result in the expulsion! he utUa borrowed wheal last borrowed
circumstances, achieved a greatluen. was in Georgia, and had no none!. so ;
. oft..two races ia each State.\ The or extermination of the negro the i No institution of own ChurvhI he did Dot return it to -]
. Matte would tend to the low.Isndi causes we have adverted to would, in ... The majority in the city is I offered to teach my children. And now may Heavta ever shield

and tfet whites to the high-lan In one generation, be, sufficient to ie- estimated at 1200. Both Conserva. One day three caters my poor of Charity :and protect yon from poverty and

this way taiiow'laadt might, ia time, cure). the whites a great numerical tie members of C nnwiaro' fleeted : cam tti HX IU-:.and brought: me fe\ EDit rl, is the sincere damn' of your

cs.s to.. aaedoae4 entirely to the superiority. and the entire Lc;.:..Ulati\e ticket. Ke- ,lal'dUarr* all$ the money they Vudi .I IK W departed, yet doc oDw. but
bar Should tile separation .of {Uut suppose the negro invested turns from tile various counties are i Iin F the ..rid. 1 hey alnn*' ;furred luet : dutridtrJ: aud burt-broken husband,
the plate 'what would be. with suffrage, how would ho luc it I B. 31UlB.
.rspsstots tale the but' 1 lil .
ftCtr I Would, be voto with his e" plovtr, iu J.:flr IIf the (CVnwrvatw ) rot.ry, < o .. ..
then offered ute rhil-
MtVUoai+ trMng 6t .of.the'. tho landowner or other' cipiuli. act' I iJoaTOS, Nov. ..-The Iter-uUi-- drew t their .*?!...d 1 ire '.h* t nIl nM>.?.bur. T"-. vtoatner Hi.Lj, spaarri"
of South are of inlaeast the South, or against Lim, .t the bidding have rleeted fn-ui New York via Norfolk estn-
ace races can ten Congrtynnien; h'M i nf::,lr./rl: ah, where the ai; was ,
BMgaitudt. Wo should ,ad. of the handle of Southern Ibo full drle .&tiro. Tw, C'.llIn..lmeD l rolllIb.t tiuyrouMUv' 1'UI..f..Llycar.t I by afternoon,consigned la )lr. B.
need their iolqtlon not as tl Radicals and of the Nadir cLmI llardre. She i intended
to ill.
1r; darn.p the lwun.d araathr.flea .
elected the
tu Ix-pslature,
Raditab i desire,per O//WDI,.but feel-1 I I in distant States? This i i. un iutvr are came ;aU offer fr..1U a Cooveat Fl'.rda trade, for which her fore
Has dkr-j with prods -e, su is the 'testing question, which we 11&". not o III iD Cbsrletuwn mad one ia Bus- I school in Canada; whither, .vheu igt draft of water and superioraeemntaodattun err

s ftnt of Pmldcnv JobnuoVi 1 ol:cy." I II | the space just now. to.. ronrider.MttLtixiBViI.lt ton. I (. rmiMOi from the ,Go\rr- .i are well fin dJU 'J h is

Tfetrt fa reason to belief Out the Liter and fuller returns do mt atemj.t ". went which w s n...t without great : utis Ida feet k>og. > Icet beam
tispsfltybetwtt tht.bi aDd negropopulftfcen Nor. 9-"HieLegislature : to aU r the result as Indicated trouble and difficulty tuok tbcui. M: feet over ill,and 8 feet depth: of
i becomes steadl? and prosjrtsjivily to-day rejected the Constitutional It is true 1 dui uot wish tbcut to U .I hold. She has a low pressure single
'. more favorable>> to thowhjtsjaad Amend cent The rejecting in last night's divpatch.MiLWArKlE. human Catholics, but then rer.Ot beam engine, 34 lae disaster cf.

I it ca&aotbt doubted that resolution reads as follows: Nov. 7.-The first as good as they can p<..$ity! be, arc I cylinder and 10 feetfttroka, trith two
\ ia a lev Mart the whites will be deoWftI1 lle*>lved, That the Legislature of congrewional District Paine Republican and have been, und d>mutleM will l return tubular boikra. Tile Lhrug-
ia the tkeadant in every Georgia declines to ratify the amendment continue to be llumau Catholics ton has superior accommodations for

\ SeHfitrB Site, :They are the land.ova. adding a 14th article to the has three thousand majority Thcsj good people were the tint It.Off'ff i passengers having 50 state IOCmI.I .

.. of ItoSoata,and hate jpernisTbsr Constitution of the United Sattes. over Brown Democrat The second me their help and I will never I The ladies' cabin ts han&OBerr fitted

aIM hea.u .. eaa. under the A motion was made in the Senate third.fifth aDd sixth districts elect never cease to be grateful to them fur I up with marble top tables s ad stands,
1 I ctrcaatincsi to nncteoB the consideration of the well cushioned.. aad BrusseBs
mess si4vBtagQUt r--f'--- --- -------- Republicans to Congress. In the it"

'I'i fikdy to exist, make at least enough resolution to some future day, but fourth district Eldridgs, Democrat, mEx.pBistDCXT. .. carpets. Capt. Hojrers, of this steaaer .
the motion amended to a mere
I i to BMlBtsJn their Jaaffics. Nor was reports that oa the 27th lastaathe
: have they aay e&doeefeeate at presentto adaption of the above resolution, and has three thousand majority. DA\"u.-The I passed a brig.. North of Hat-

\ taigMfts IB the Western States asthey thus patted-yeas. 36; nays none; LT. LOVrl Noy. .-Hen. Piles I* Washington correspondent of the terns, with the eta washing over her.

'", formerly lad. Uatil what were fall lute toting. elected to Congress in the First District Charleston Con/vr, under date of He ould not learn her....nor anr

!snare Vrthsrtf as the fret States ben In the House'the' vote stood-yeas Ilogan: the mem Nov.4th, says : The order from further particulars.-5ota aaA .u.
over present
feailkt going 131 ; nays 2, Elbgtoa of Giliuer, tfrtUtr.
coae the President all surveillance
B. F. Loan is removing
and Humphreys of Panhln. ber. Republican gain. .
,irosa the death would harshly .
I The Committee the Constitutional in the Seventh under which 3Jr. Jefferson
oa elected to
\ desk wi&Ia. They would be breaded Congress Tux RADICALS.-The Waihlss-
,I at rebels ia every Northern 0081"- Amendment reported this resolution District Davis has been kept, at his quarters: ton National lat.eUipeerwith rtaarca

aksad; weald bate to encounter aad accompanied their report FoRTRtSS MOXROt, Nov.3.- within Fortress Monroe, is believed much force t **Tht saaaH majort*

every fera. of opposition, if set ofpersecution. with a lengthy argument in substance JeffersonData to be preliminary to his final discharge ties of which the Badicals boast,.
They know this, and as follows: The parole granted to on bail after his transfer from won by the red haai. Bat the
of the United
/ win therefore remain where they are, First, That the States some months ago giving him American people art incapable: of
civil It is
/ sad will steadily intrewo. Luxury States aloneare authorized to the privilege of.the ground of the military to jurisdiction. continued injustlct. They will tins.
will not make ill.I odder Constitutional Amendments understood that the Uansfer, which
/ shad dksJpaliofc fyrtrfiduring the day has been pond to the cklas of fairness tad
roads, aya tae white. populaUoaofthe Second. That such amendment extended through executive clemency b already permitted,will entirely fret constitnticaal, right The 13>dials
two-thirds of
Sewn, for our people cannot must be proposed the by Legislatures of in removing all tarveillance over him, by implication: from military may rejoice. ia ,taeir brief Vi__
Herd to iadulge io them.; Congress, or the jurisdiction; though, for reasons Dot but tht re-artipa of eoaservauta
,I J OB the other hand, twu-thirds of States. him and the guard from his rooms in patriotism and aeatholis M* -.!!-
Isms Third. That Georgia was one of explained, the charge of complicity
will, .,.n.1- uBsettldaedaigr I Carroll Hall at night. Instructions t1 will, era long
/ ery lives Without aainterest 1 the original States, tad Bust always t)this effect have been sent from in the sssas,ination. of Lincoln nasnotjbeea South restored ssserttcntedandthe

in the soil end without also tare continued such, unless she re Burton ) formally .i\hdra\ ia the national. t-:..... _.."
'& to General commandant
thestBabHi. of iadestry tad thrift served the right tp secede, or gate to 'bington
tho Fodofal Goveraaeat the right to of the Fort thus divesting It appears that Ktwill be brought
thatUf the Jettdatioa lor ssquki- Accrxn >BiaTfi,-M ea btirtat baa>
sinus diems, they wUl..en11lift eject her. his imprisonment of anything like to trial in the United States Circuit been created bf rsetai discsvtyy ia ttevaOty

om bead to swath, moving about The report adduces the legislationof severity, and paving the way it is Coprt of Virginia, after the United of lie Mississippi, near Hew OrIeaaaef -
Thedsslfeiottavel Congress; the proclamations of the shall have allotted aa lasmtaat Mdef pore rack
thtwhlkfireaBkcsto place: final States Supreme Court
Prateeat and the issues made during generally presumed, for parole salt, almost as traasparat as eryal,
world ,
sd ..W Justices to each Circuit and thatas waich Un tain j'ftst bibw fet _
cf the and release. All' the guards over sons ar i ifact.
the the Government
war by
b passioa .
a strong 8MdatBsefssltBavtBiearse
HtteyesU rfeJty
Uaket&ittte;to that it was him both during day and night,be the Court will be engaged here .
with tfes "' 'eO Jlaayhavt .fti prove t SmltasoBlaa ... ,... Tkt
teeI wires i and children to seafle'for held by that Government that DUi ins removed he now enjoys perfectly till April, he may not be tried till mart abfalar bet ia esaatedsa with ibis

tbetwkesasd have takea to waiande tould accede,and that the warDefy I untrammelled liberty and every May, but he may be discharged on Taluabls has tIt bees tat dbcorcj eftatrtmaiasofaa
UI. bet
relatsWofthefetattf twsftty
>rlg.' They WoDIC the eitiel"and foterrupted: .the thereto practical, and that- possible means of cnmfbrt and pleasure bail soon after the election excitement below the surface of us incumbent arts,I

mot,fasting to jobs and im uler of the rebellion was while held prisoner in the fort. of the 6th November snail have bfataUi which Us been famed tasxst
work fees liT U1a od. In some ide the'sappreatioa work ferasd o ysed&lhotettsphtstepee&ieatstloos -
\ tlteyt .,.th,1r fkinUies with to restore those relations fully, and It is said he has expressed great gratification subsided. of this sadist bsab rtrx art
stances that the Constitutioa then became this action of the Government ia possession oaks laatUata.Awsakay .
fa QIeI'thllBtll". at
LLe.. bat asost law of the land. The T.economist is to draw la as much astouiblt. .
the .
\ Uaeeeutoaiodtoelf4oet'jidsls supreme then to declare and already contemplates vacating tile ladies apply this an U IIater". II at :

6ti selr idnlgenee iKthey i=< argument&M Georgia. ted goes the un other Southern Carroll Hall and taking up their perMIt sal the result is a very Nsw Tsrkmrtiaf aQp rshtste'pQoe 'rt

r ;..iff y the"bard most together iapr; fa .. l&Ugral parts of Congress; his residence with Mrs. Davis ia the maD ...... instead If wM,




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t :ifjI'Itl*', 1xalaiaae'it. X&ri' Academy,' XANEt sr .e" ,L11T. Coors LABOR roa Corros'--i A SINGULAR CIRCUMSTANCE. .

I I.,.. ., 1 IT. AUQD8TINB, FUL SjSWUST lTeREB. The Mobile Gazette urges the Intro The Culpeper (Va.) Observer says:

t.i" ; \ j pelted, a new adios of 1Jr.CalferWen' duction of Coolies as tho only hopo A Fauquier correspondent has written
This lajtiruilea under the charge of
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.'lls I '.L_ DD 8ATUEDAT the' tea of Here/, vwlU bt reopenedfor I on tho radical tUrf (wu oacaediciB >' for the aucceisAii cultivation of cure- us letter, from which we give .

". 4. '" \ the Admission pupils oa the first. ) of 8fSJiiToaau or hair ton and adds : tho following: current theta:
'J A', II__/ fit September.Tht '. Weaknett,1a'oIaatal18tm1u1 Losses
1 ., t none of lastnoUea osabraeesGrtmir Inca We aaj.we'speak from experience,1 About thlrtf. '
r & UroTMCT, Momtftl and Pbysloal ye83r1 ago, a lady .
-.. dtm'll c';... I, "I ',WrUIq, Onhofraphy itl. lapttHmrots to Harriogt, eta; when we recommend the Coolie as n was interred at Elk Run Church, IDa \. i
... ... I JIIIrW .MUh1I. tocn ; Htoory, slaoConuarnosEnursv, and FITP, laborer. When we were in Singapore -I
e1ea't. B>l etleratanl Fhilottohy, Abjebfa, imdoood by odMndtttftnco or sexual jez* some two years ago, we were I heavy black walnut coffin. The ;

,.J .1' I Btmstry, Cbealstry aad AItroD.n.ftOdtWb trarafanot. \ .. struck with tho wODderflllgry1ftb and earth'wherein her body,was jfefioajted '
PnfK&.Gcreanind Spsklahm J'>.
": _t._ == k4\ ). ,I'oafp of'thai It little "as"
.i wttlil IM fit 1 pr98erkf city. waa waj dry and yellow, it 'is fbr

PP !Ida 4&d ornamental neodlt work.'TEIttiS ., The oribrat armor, in this admtaUs won.&sbing town, in 1818,1 the most part in that locality.! Of

s, I ,., ,. mW\L. FEE ACADEMIC tEAL essay, clearly demonstrates froni a (we believe it was in that, year,
Bend and Tuition Indodlng bed sad thirty years'ueeeasful practice that tht write from memory,) when the Eng two bodies buried in tho same. grave, .

1L n IM,Gt .uaac'lnl i: 1tiiiiir tddia<) F.yablelatf yearly alarming consequences of self' abust Buy fish Government first took possession this lad-. was laid deepest in the
.J rp advance, $396100 bt radicaly cured without the dangerous of it inhabited few It ground and th occasion
bjr a re being to
&t3 Pocket lIos.,.. 6.00 ;ass of...ruI.ecSiclA.or the applicatl OD 'I.Jar i
.. I lIMk J.00 'Cl tblnc, Books,Pops,.,Material udInpletnenu alibi knife pointing out n mode oi ei nit 1 U now a city of one and remove the bodies owing to the destruction
j ..o.. LOG used in the dTfferai branch once, simple, certain,and effectual by thirty thousand inhabitant, ono of the ..
f'o .. yard enclosureby
.. fa'-.. .....fetk I grate
,-as , diu of tf education, art ehargw which dop means of which every sufferer, BO mat er hundred thousand of whom are Chinese
.."' .. ad opoa clrcaaatinees, tad Hit direction what Us condition may be may curt hljn- :and it is these latter who have the Federal army, the grave was
.11I..'rq"1I U& be p ia la add4t of self cheaply, privately, and radically.MT .
aad but the
parrot,i fuardlaas. worked the wonderful transformation. dug up anew; to surprise
...... This Lecture should be in t .
," 'J" 'I vitas C8UGU olD AC&PSXIO TSAB. not laborers but the when he had
bands of even youth and every mam They are only artisans digger, removed tho
4', IOPADPEBir6lbs: I t AVAJU U AIVAXCS. I, tII.IaAcL' and merchants, and some of upper coffin, he perceived quantity
crud eatho;!' French fyanlsh! aad German, Sent under soil In a plain envelope,{to ,the latter do an immense business.
each. 980.00 any address, rotrrAio, on receipt of s All of the Eastern trade U concentrated of hair, that had made its way i ithrough'tbe ,
g', ; Drawing 80.00 cents, two Also Dr.CulvenrelTs efita
or post-stamps. and crevices of the
aqua\ .".twelve lines PIaao ..I tao of Instrument, 60.00 ?U&nitgt Guide," price, 25cents. in their hands,to the exclusion'of
int Insertion aad oat VoealMuaio. 80.00 Address( ,publishers, the Europeans. coffin. r"
r I.'....ttasltwt.eti atlassrtiosr \ "Plain and ornamental audio work will CH AS. J.C. KLINE CO, ti ,.
."' $(flat ljW oOoti alfterusements 4o bt charged br taught the pupils boarding at tho 127DowxaT., New Tout, iPost 119-!! In the Supreme Court, inErooklen The lid being taken off. there appeared
skM as tf4a4eal ox i Academy fret of charge. Pupils eater? Office box 4.58C. a perfect resemblance of s humiD -
a- : big after Hit eommencemenl of session SL Angnstlnt Oct. 20 1866. 1 j.Caat on Saturday, Judge Gilbert mouth
I'r bt twentylefrotfoct will be charged only such portion of it M delivered( a decision in the case figure,the eyes, the nose, .i'h h
nay ncosls. deduction however, thy Bread upon tlie '' oats,and all other parts, beiag'"fef1 : .
: tata of Albert Wheeler against the registrars 'I'
can be IUd absenee,... '
.. .. partial ) distinct but from the crown of the :
.. .t.i .101 withdraws of before the ,
ISpI of the ward. Thewu'brough&
A,...... ......a jrtarty adJMytvtij tin of* sealers.a pupil unless II cue of severe Coat thy bread upon the waters I : head to the soles of the feet, it was
'dnlBu....: admtUaanitsfOlitaa Ulnees dismissal. Cast It in a gentle fiance case up on a motion for

...." s The or Academic year win close by an And dry.the tear-drops on that face v; a writ of mandamus to compel .theegistraa covered with very long, thick and

&L 1J Exaaiutioa and Distribution of Premium I T will leave an: huprets on the heart to register )Ir. Wheeler's frizzled hair. The grave-digger after : !
Enter *, at which Parent and Guardians it for sometime
examining hap- J.
, ... Which flev.Iftj time con ne'er eras<
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0 art requested lo bt present name U a voter. They had refused
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", prlIe. All letter received sad cent tub pencd to touch the upper part of
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the do the thai Mr. the'x
waters to
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tat I. the la peeUra of tat Superior. head but was more surprised
A N.D. ,
t hfOAL I Letters 14 in<)nry! mat be directed toof Cast it in a wiriurupwrlel{ Whsclcr had been a surgeon in the *
,Lf1tTTRII L'TiON iirrt I IILIf.to.pe: at.&. 11.""'. Academy fcUft. : ; To cheer a heart witbIt e oppressed Confederate firmy and a traitor to before, on seeing the entire body f

I ,..si. Au"... iae, )1alt And,like w fIeita of ninlJKht; see shrink, and nothing at last remained'in
1ft t'aza A M ,rao'mE.'ca ; Augurtinf.: Aug.11,1860. the Government. Judge Gilbert
: It; n.4laue !tigll the 1I distressed his hand but a bundle1 of rough' t
jioth4ttoRi t ,. .. decided that while his inclination
.a. .' 1.Uu0U 3. slag 6ilB-HO e. Ca.i thy; ireail tin the waters I would lead him to disfranchise any hair, which insensibly assumed a' i,
brownish red color.-" >
I Depot-1QZDroadway.Ja I ,ST. AUGUSTINE. fiat .t in a tt'ndlr1 'f ; man who had been .in anus against
F'l'1111S w.9 known House, which bits i Aft wtiU letc. vnts teetly fall, t tIt I J'rjfessor'RawlU'soT th1 opinion**
..La..... .r'p1."' 1 I X bea renoraied and the Government; yet that there was I
.... ih O.-.u i '"e w dtIMLW etolre-y, BOW c&crs greater Induce-prtiyttiurauhttl tony, unto a d jrkroed life, J no law in existence under which it that hair, woof;feathers, nails, horns, 1,
:...11. widieL& ii+"I'd The brightest hopes once more recall. t
.. "" .._:,t ;1'0( tWas' --- i .( could be done, and ho therefore teeth j &'.,aro nothing but vegetables;
... I Tea f nvallifeftnd thclravcnag olio, Cast thj bread upon the waters! granted the writ. and that is not, therefore, surprising t

\n1e1'J ..UoTlcltthf> "Ancient City," tnr health Cast it with a willing bind 1'1 ... to see them on the bodies of animals ',
,ltd or pleasure, than any other Ia East F14$- I The York grow
--a Oat ff'theso ea- da,having sbsutStttrRooms wen Tenilated Cast kiD a thousand ways, Iiir ftew correspondent afte eMir death. He goes afar
and three hundred And reap the hone God has said cube Charleston News, uDder ,
,.jIJI........, .0 lit any ad* warm and era as to these productions '
.,.I*_ far III foot of Itlaua. Shall bt,thine:after many days. date of October, thus writes on a may ,.
......tti .r"I5Jtt siity-ftte The Proprietor b of ttaadlnf M an ,. i be transplanted as vegetables, and
1...'614_ t ::' SaUl ketver, knows'the, wanta of kit :UAK&IAOX AMD DEATH.> -Wbj is matter concerning which many false may grow on different. place from *
aQta -t 4b k e' yen wfflartdiigto ..... and pledges himself to give Mlondlrlded k that tie tun'ugc eeae&U! statements have been made: where
then 'atcenUn to their comfort+ moBoi that tbe1wer'. first germina
A large number of Northern wen
:.: erect.ttay = and ills '1'1141hall. not bo surpassed by are iamcdUtcljr followed bj the obi -' who have purchased lands In tho teL
t'M,.. any In this country. i :
may notices in ? Does .
...... I 8.a.aWa&ckt Pi&lHa4lUac i iUtetsz A 800D Life or coAciiti tt flow atxxta0nova sari jour papers I South and bate settled there, are put t J
....., II. ,..! sot of TICOUT4 tans rUCS. death follow so clow OB the footsteps with a card in the Tribune giving n BENEFITS or MATBIMOHr. Ja.

=, _In Sit'..4.. BO ease hones for ridinpand boats for lining. ofcurrjigef Is grief the page that the lie circumstantial and the lie direct CODUS>> de Vorsgine, in, some arguments
ptsisaN OBO Dollar's. worth, can bo had at any tmo.JNO. ,
..:: .C. BUFFINatDn. carries the train'pf happiness? Does i to the reports of well, of i imaginative succiacts, elegant, and forcible 1

ApMtnwaatod la Ivory town la the Proprietor. the tomb wide its dark and correspondents who write declares the benefits af matriaony. '
!"'" eaa laako 91V aUbMyst fit: Aujustlne.TU. Aog 11, 18C6.; open that Northern men who settle in the these i
..,!:.t. ..Is the grest sti xi&dcrous jaws poeide the nuptial Southern States are plundered of They'e

-tl ....... RID HOUSE: coach? TU the; plan of life: The i 'their property and badly treated 1 lias thou means? Inn wife thou

. : '"what..,JOB crt.1kat.,1 eaa obtala i cJa fof.fl.At "m T. .tV4t1ITDE FLAT gleeful songs, off' ,light and merry generally. These gentlemen further has one to keep and increase tbem. "

I. salsa, FL3K1D & ia this whom they please, in like manner as thee
t ra : I funeral chants, and sobbing and lafecntation to help to get some. "
bail, la mow tttiag up the same with en the white laborers here I
4 .!. .f t tin carp ftarnltpreisstbe" most 'complete be hoard instead of glad .. 3. Art thou in, prosperity. ? She

I itJIQI'(ft Banner' ,and deaif s to hire It, presentDtlBTaUdtttd pealing Iauguter4 We read today 18-' The Atlanta New Era says doubles it. ,
tlii..'. "In tt JbW,4w l.... ..Nani comforts of others first-class the Hotel e.nenlenaeeInd of our friend' marriage, and wish that one hundred and sixteen colored 4. :Art thou adversity? She will

f "Tables cam be found 1m thetrssstbt them JOY; tomorrow we tee their persons passed through the city yesterday comfort, wrist and bear thee up. '
Co lllnyustt CiicviiVsAim the of the aaestisad,
.a ....... dwha sad to en route for Charleston, 5. Art thou at home? 8h will \
ttsna skid> will bs forclsbed at aiQ times for reeerded, ssy, "peace I
t Chaaewy,. ...... dtairo U hunt Boats forssUlag their itches: Oar wriest tonga whence they will take the ship for>> I drive,away melancholy.
Xuai 1L Few&ax.+ Bill for foredosare: psalm wffl always bo at conmaad.Hotfort I !
Liberia. in of 6. Art thou abroad?
} Used of death and They were charge Sbtftaytfer.: t
n. win be spared to make the are bjfootfalk ,
... O'.bee\ir.. rstMtester. I. Htoftteetpubltb every 'partlcslar to the"wlrcr chord"\, as fragile M a Itev. Ii. W. Erskine, of Monrovia, thee wishes thee at home.and we). \
.,ii1E6s c.e. a&4 iQordoaEsffttaiafft&aCtmit i II: who latronixt I&. Liberia. educated .
may : Erskine was several comes tbea with joy.
thread the "golden
"r i Address; autll the 10th October thtddtnlfBtd ,spider's Viand;
: by A.SdI.tk ,at Hew Havcm,Coats,Draw bowl" if more brittle thaaglaaa.JlS. years ago and tent out asa mis 7. Nothing so delightsemt aa 'II

ttu # lire. that I er 41 I after &b&data. a&t.hIa ... .. sionary.. lie returned a short time home; no society 'equal to that of a
. 1 taim tnaidoIr J. II. dUEL j
) Th Comptroller of the (Currency for ills! relations, but was induced wife and children. "
t' a amtJt. aad at fermaadkata 8t.'Augt stlaa, Oct. &Ja 1NS. ttW.P.DOCKB&T. ago i
...,1I ... tb th ate(Bf Florlis. announces from Wsihing by the American Colonisation 8. The bond of conjugal love in

I .'t..ttIC.+ Usher JH, &&dIn that b oat haTe been rcccircd for Society to exert his influence upon adamantine. I'
is i o aed hit .
I .- .. .. ,.. pr Ar irnii TUL deposit with the ''Treasurer Qf the others. This is'% portion of the result. .. f fAD

, ;.It !>'q'1I'a .Z... ...... flCJUCof the Defied fitatco District United States to an asiount midebttoMcawt i animals fettenbetterlnthtdarkthaalathe
that there is
4 -.at. .'''JlIJaIa'. ''''. \ Court for the Northern. District of hundred quite a light,andthi eaa only bt accounted i
mid pail''M *JSJs ljSjissl| ,0]!. .. rtoiidm.TJaiud. e entire three large number in Charleston ready .to for by tnt increased foleu. Ia the dark .: !
urg ..... fats eireulation of thb NttionalBtnkaanthoriced tat animal remains 'while
futburinler* '' StaI.c.-a.MOMJ' and Coo millions of from perfectly quiet o
a 1. These Tennessee.
st _..c of this order bo ml.daa,foP ,the AcknowWjment law land bo 1a came. .. In the light the acme is often the .... 1 '
"a M 11e11 ferau.s. proof of Dtc4a for the Stales of MasaacteseUi Some kinds of stock which are aM gtost
....kt tke 1(ttlgmdi*. Herr f ark, New Jersey and more aD bereeeir d after this date; KID Qiovss.-Some of oar readers irritable la confinement, as turkeys and I j
I ...''A....Jltahiiwahed U B&:Attgmtiae, Ptnntylranla -' limit beta reached and may wish to know how to clean kid geese are found to uy OD tat ben trbea ';
e !I8a iswis Jndioialtbralt; d1''t Afemt Car au K..York Board of Underwritan The baa gbrea. Forth*.special benefit and Information counted lathe dark and fed only( at sta i :
111\ herder it will betiselssto; forward : ted rtriocJi Then Is proof that I
,.. and Qenenl Agent of the of ail such wo hereunto append a ao sorer '

..1f ",, t nL' ::: United States 'Accidental Lift lass,- bond, or to afpfj for increase WotpiUl brief of tho modus operand met apuisdoiaf<< quickly wjUthaatosto anti W bed to him whit UI : .J !
slssp | '
ruaty mot of Kew York for the Northern ( go Mftodtegaga& e
11p r t..o. It *. ... .I t ,t. i yitridto :,n - !r'"JD cm DUtl3OI1;' ...., t .. lathoCourtllbnu.' banks or to do anjthiog with tie dip U in new milk then rub oa fine soap AI. Ie
.f.V Ckrk Orcuit Oourt Areati wanted, to whom liberal Commissions -,, and rub the gloves lightly.. la. all the Alms-gitingnererimpn'vcr.thei- j
J.Ji1 V..Coa17. win bo paid. expectation of getting circulai&g above operations the glove Blast be oa the I
:.t 'e-..,.. .. iN& I.. ... 29t.1118Cf4.. 60- note hand. the recipient. i : .

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Of ..- -.-- open for the reception of victor WASHINGTON, CT.ltJ.-The following The prelates and ecclesiastic who Death. -. 4 }

.. ST. AUGWTME, FLORIDA, We visited this fine house a few day waj: felegrapbed to the New composed the second Plenary Coves The Mad.*
: NATF8l94TNT.f 2DIBid. since aDd \"tr11Dueh astonished York Times by iu special corresppij; cil of thq Ifurnaq Catholip Ch.Q ch. dent uf the Milwaukee; Was faIo. I

to ce the cMkeh which had been dent from this city: lately iq session Iq JJahimore, have late the following incident *kie| V .

."" made getibg it in order ; within a "Chief Justice Chase called at the isd a lastoral Letter, uqder date shows the danger to life s&d
Jj s; may be obtaiaed ar tea F ttst tutee week after the arrival of the Vessel, White House this evening and was of October 21. This letter peens t to whicjjp the young are m** (
exposed fct
cepla jfor tweelf4ve ewxti seren copies
:f : for fiftjf-ftai*f aal ftfleeo far ODe donut.Bt. which .broogU the furniture, the closeted with the President. for- about.. with a discussion of the authority of", thongatWus; friends or punta spot.'lively .

bore ..tHrown open to the public. an hour. Before his departure, Mr. Plenary Councils, and, after quoting : or earnestly attempting t, '

Augiutlsie. ,- The appointmehts of this Hotel web Seward, Governor Randall, Mr. the injunctions of St. Paul: -Obey I frighten them. The story lI'tQ.

; '. Frog Jpbe ceded ate of awN .. isrve to ba sspenor to those of any McCulloch and Mr. Browning arrived your Prelates," 'it noeifiw the faithful A taco uf ,r.ldaLee of Mi

I"; ioFlari4ft! ,the put four or five yew ,.lie' house ia this or any, neighbor and remained; in consultation that wh
impression seems to prevail the ing'State. the! enterprising proprietor with the President until 10 o'clock.It either collectively, u in the present playing with another boy about.. ka

::: North,taat our City is almost inaeafcsiijla asTnredn, that he [intended is believed that this meefiqg pas instance, or singly, in the respective own age on the step uf tbercstdt&et

;: '. or reached with j jmany .uiffiWek (t to be a first class house and unlessour tor consultation upon a most important dioceses, against secret societies, and of Mr.._Abeel, when a geaUtaas

I e This is not the; case ails eye deceivejus he will be u good subject, bawd upon an effort all associations which are pronounced fchalj I say f or, a monster. fc btu,

f f .traveBer las' to do II to embark forSavaaaaa II ia word. Among other innovations now nuking by leading men, of all unlawful, they cannot, *n peril of form, a very thoughtless man. ,passiag

,ea then take the fine he has brought out eighty parties to induce the President, inconsideration their foul, disregard the admonitions. by, pitched at the bo: s,lad told then

." jfteaaer Dictator, the Sylvan Shore, sprin jbed*. To a well man a comfortable of's general amnesty. In are.*in; of the relations of the that he would catch them and let

.1 : or the Uuie'3aker to Picolata, on. beds a great desideratum : to induce' the people of the South to Church to the State, th* Pastoral them up unless they ran into the how.
the fit John !River, were stages but to an Invalid it is absolutely cts ; accept universal suffrage, with a claims that the Church is the great They both ran fur their liT a..

i" arc aways| bwaatiag-fartie: ,arrival ntial. {From what Mr. BCMER, qualification either of property or intelligen support of the temporal poser It Aboei'j son Jell upon the floor bja>.

: of the boat, and to take) passenger the polite proprietor, was kind 'enough e. Prominent Southern men complain thai State laws assume to ox.vims. Wheats came to ID U to

r totii. City. The distance is but to show us, we conclude that, are co-operating with Bepublicans regulate the manner by whjch church know anything, Jie begged of kk

i: eighteen; miles, with a fine road, if good dinners and good beds can and Democrats in this effort." property shall be Lad, contrary to mother not to let the man eatd hip

: .; *Ueh is overcome. *with ease in three make people happy the inmates of The Washington IIcotrFalr willcommen.e the i canon and discipline! of tie and he would never "go oa+.-the ttiptagain.
sWrL "From the Durab-of stran- the Florida louse will be the jollied Catholic Church. It recite
j on Monday next. The that '! never will do it again, !,
Jell aowJa town, we are becoming : set of individuals which have been prizes amount to$6OOQ. Many noted these laws are fur the west poet never will do it again exehtmsd

I. ssora goners I' knots 1 seen in this quarter liar a long time. horse will be present, including based on principle which the the poor little sufferer, and iaaeii-

.. Tile delightful weather] wbieb dis.tiagoiaaes Very great expense has, attended the Dexter and the eeebnted'pacer Church_&nnout accept without departing ate!, went into another 6t: a se
this climate in;the coming : fitting of this hotel, but have
up we Magooslar. from her practice from tbttbeginni. reaction of the brouglt
system on a
? 0 lis....... amply repays for any i no doubt that an adequate reward The French Minister has received .;, as soon a* she was per dysentery from which h,'DeTer re

inomeaieaee which may;, be experienced : will be reaped. The "Jno/.V," notice to leave here on the 10th milled to enjoy liberty of worship. covered Nor did ha recover from

by land or by wat r, and thecoauBodiOus the old popular standby, i u also now December for his new position as They are the expression or a distrust his fright. He appeared' be>> con-

;eotettable ed Hotel ready for guest It ha been repainted Minister to Portugal. 11 u successor of ecclesiastical power a* such, am. scions by spelK but wataarerf.heiuae
!. ..4 !x rdicg h01JlM! eo; in resdinesef.'t a various internal improvement will be here at that time. they are the frait of the misrepresentations to he would beg of his parents

: the reception of visitors, will hart been made, so that it will t The Mississippi Commission, who which have been tuadeof the not to let the man'atch'biwt;
f' iasure every luxury, comfort; .sad receive iu share of this action of the church Brooking
"convenience.Tke patronage are urging ,the release of Jefferson in just age never to go upon the step

.. .. jrinter. I Davis will remain until they have As well might the civil power prescribe 'JaiD. At last hasppeared sae.Mona >
.! BcamiBele and Vcbee A. .- had another interview with the to her the doctrine she U to that he must die He would
It 4Ia... IiiJ'- The Schooner, nut yet named, President. teach and the with which
' worship tben say,*O,papa, don't let me die;
I'" It.is reported that aadJUcbee UrgeimaborofSeaiaole built bt, out? enterprising\ Citizen CUABLZSTOX, Nov. 14.-The e4e i il to hownr God, a* to impose vn [ will never go on the steps ..piL'Dd

; I Inc MCMT ALLEN & HEB.VASDEZ, i* barque EvcrhardDcIiu9, from: Bremen her a system of holding her temperalitiea. _\ thus my 'informant. says the

i diaai atilt) remaining in Fbrida.TjgioaslyeUott 2 fly' read to be put upon her na with one'hundred and seventy which u alien.to her principle Mid suffered sad died. While the
J from one. to four tine element. This vessel is about arrived here and which is borrowed frum
German migrant, to- lid; wa ftli\i ng tfteve fact* to a>.
f huadred-men,women aad children.TbiFcAsntry seventy tons burden '('4,lt of timber These i- {grants. intend! to settle .. th.*e who have rejected her authority the tears ran down her cheeks. Isis

I, occupied bv. then is inthe procured in this vicinity, and u to -in S. Carolina being mostly" eva iu.te-dot* tcekiug M diverse it. iot fti vncmnmun thing forr.>thar"ple
viciaity of Indian River Inlet. Ku tittcd up in a bto t commodious here various resin.alk fut
uevled with German families already are ec.-d to frighten; chiMrtQ. bat they
I ian; fyath to Jupiter and hills.bolt style,and drawing about that feet resident of Colonization S. cictie*. this denial of the Church' ris'tf; *. .l In o<4 *sin: vhat they are doity.

. islet, then west tbmagi the uf water, which will ,enable her to The *.hip Evstg Isdis,coBilBg oat oa the Cor- enter all the Southern barb 1ft al nig '
Liberia next Saturday, carrying; od teal, iuJ k pjy aura atuiitioa a .Luting lesnon.Ibefcstivitksat.
lonajtclisBiver. ColoacdSpRAOCi, the Coast at any state of the tide. about six hundred freedmen emigrants w luvMcranienUol the Church.lu ... ..

Ooa.Ma iag this District. has msd I The spaciouincss au J comfort t-, be ; nearly five hundred rliirlhGeorgia rc piru tu auiUaeuicuU, the I'ry- aft the aiut's.!
arraafeaMBts to eoasaanicate! with found on board, will enable the ,' .i- : era Kelief Fair in F,.l/wls rnlaued
; r"11I and Smth Carolina. late say iu this cvuuectiou: We vuu-
J Sleets. wd. will pmeeei down the ton in our City tu extend their travels : on fait Wednt- Jay night; iDa
have already takenBALTIMORE raua e. cider it w be our duty to warn OUt
fJ Coast if the United, State* Revenue : tu )Matanzes lulet, New Suijrna IJl1.The police i I people agaiust these amuKiucuts. saran cjlicn ball, which n is estimated

i rj Cotter to the points refered to, when I and to Indian UiierlnU-t,. and enjoy difficulty has been finally settled which way easily become to them an as many at three thousand per-
k ii'feeted that Tkntklvturtejy *. : the finest Ulster in tie world, sow attended The seen b decribed -
; toe old torte
by police reporting occasion of sin! and especial!
*>taa Chief of the Bn4 will be and pluck the ripe Oranges now jut through, their Marshal to the new against those fashionable dances as being very aaaaityr front

iadaced to sit our (City. The ready for market at Dummyft's' : commi* ioner The old board will which lIat present carried on art the variety and oddity of the coatnmr -
prioca of these "wild, men. of the Grove and at others along the route. turn over the books and other property revolting to every feeling of delicact *. One of the principal feature,

wocxis" afflOBgst BS fill e. of much At the former ten thousand Orange }}soon as they adjutt and cease and propriety. We must forcibly : waathe Halico" quadrii, wnifh,.

interest. aad cause aaaylof: our citi- are now awaiting; transportation to the business of the department. and impressively the clergy the MKepublieaQf says were devised
j urge upon
sass; to revert to thtir. service* and Savannah. I for the benefit .of shout forty,
I Biftnop LYNCH. -This eminent and people of our charge, the
!trjaU daring the desolating and prolonged I gentlemen member cf ev 'active
I Iir The United Sute Steamer most pcneruu co-operation with the
Divine delivered and
a eminent
f who the ball
Florida war. society, went to quaintly -
, St. )1., '* hal: become unwawnrt plans which be adopted by the f
I .. transport interesting discourse at the Catholic may costumed in 'and
I a(.. Wa. received the]other days "y,and b to be soltLby thel'aitel Church on Sunday morning last. Buhvp of the Diocese in which they chintz and calico luiu cntb

t very'' foe ".ter.meloD'llrom )Ir. State Marshal Mtjvr MAQRUDES. His text was taken from Mitt.XIII. nny be, to extend to these clan drat furm. buttons ,
They sported
,. Joe* XA UI. It is very' unusual i The withdrawing of this 24 to 30 v 4 wherein "the Kingdom that Christian education and moral half '
a* large u a maD" hand, and a
I to'see this fruit so jUte in the boat from the route between this of Heaven it likened unto a man restraint which tbl'110 much standin color of the loudest
season/ We BtHt we might and Jacksonville will be the need of. possible patten. j
prea means, which sowed good seed in his field ;
The ladies were almost all faithful to I
i enjojr them, for til Vsa hs in the wa hope, of having a comfortable but while he slept the enemy came The Prelate conclude the Pasto the design of acalico ball These' I

'f year; here. N steamer on the route, having certain and sowed tears, ete. Upon this, the ral by Baying that they have promulgated : of in I
= We shoald like to uTe any other day in the week for her departure learned Bishop built op a beautiful : decrees in regard to disciplineand mantronly apt were guarded
plain alpaca or black silk, bat the
!, one of oar friends bring Jos tbe''like and arrival at St. Augustine and sermon, showing that, in this para statement of faith i and ,morals, :

preset, if only to show that more! Jacksonville. This. will I secure to ble, the Kingdom ot Heaven Is which, after submission to,, and approval ed younger, with owes the fewest ytbpdaaeed Dumber of ar--

than'one can be Wised.i Invalids a prompf._ and comfortable meant the Church'of God depicting by,the Holy See, will .be generally ticep-
. '" I t ; lions: ia eostumei of ginghfta, cam
of conveyance to and from our City. in and thrilling language the promulgated.Agtta DttHy
, a. Mr.JOHN MASTER oue .. "' bric or calico. Hosi -' .W ditBev

1 our ta et indartriaw. iiiseas, has LOST ,CHILD.-W. M._ Novel of sufferings of the early Christians, "" ... ... too, were 4 dioialy plain and homemade

: ofered to give twelve (orange trees Huntsville AJa, request*. the the trials of the Church through all A movement i*on Lot to establish ,while few of them were trimmed .
':I'; for the. ommentitlfm of. tie. Plata circulate the following card: : ages, and arguing the stability which in the Episcopal Church,in this noses according to more pretentious

.a They would form a \'very' -prettyeontfasfc Among three who were exiled ia U characteristic of her- -likening her try, the grade in the ecclesiastical millinery rule,"
with the oaks wkkh Dr. to a great mountain, around which ...
hierarchy which have been disused
. BROXSOS has pleated there, and ire 1864, from North Alabama, by order the clouds father, the thunders rolland since the separation fromthe, mother Ifipa, BrowDiUle, Texas, ttadei. .

':; hopo:that his generous pies: will besccepted. 9f General Sherman, were my wife, the lightning flash, but again church of England. The diocese date of the 8th tnst, we, learn that"
Sarah E Novel and child,Sarah
I my General his been amsted
Ortega aiBast
; ., clouds are rolled away and in the ,
Illinois in convention have resolved
died in the ,
L wife hospitalat
AI' Jie. light of heaven shines more beautiful by order of Gen Sh ,kkaK
a8. The repsMag or the United; Louisville, and my child was lost I that it is expedient to re-eUbliah.the who Orte
J than before. offered tq permit i to return
': States Barracks, and this building of scattering refugees. She office of Dean; and a resolution fa
... among the The listened to with to New Orleans if. bA--dacnap '
the United Slates Hospital in our old when she was in sermp&jWU roving whit is was seven.years
most respectful attention by Urge proper to do.so. amp filed ..protest .
Cityj is progressing rakidJwhich. Louisville, in the winter of 1864 5, System, was referred to a special committee
4.1 bid fair to be quits orosseatal as well of light hair aDd complexion and coogrefation, representing the several I with considerable likelihood'of i ..i'lmlL m .V'
denominations of &ld.
': U tsrelhl.' The ringing of the work- blue eyes. Any one having information city; being adopted. The City Council cf Tfccmasvttla;
we are sure, was properly appreciatedby bas voted -
to take stock In tie South
missal; beU at 6 a. m., I;U quite anereai of her will pie tie address meat
in late let
all who had the good fortune to GeaeralBea1lffgVd, a Georgia and Florida Railroad. 10'the
whleh breaks ]\I&. Vernon Hotel. I
iajeoiutderablyepoa'tas Louisville, be present.-. .... Daily Press ter, remarks: "When I surrendered amount of 1100,000, provided. the
: hag settled hfbiis.of ashy Papers copying this will confer .. i with the Confederate force at Greensboro same bswctioaed by a psblie meetingofeiUsens.

vhnsbsv.! *...u), fouiid U to bt great favor. Five thoouad little across|o to school North Carolina, I buried the : ."
la Waskiateao.o I .
convenient I .v-
quit* as arsahftst tin; ronimcnce There ar*is.tbtl colored people below A colored preacher of Virginia only I hate."'not to be unburied again I An sjsoeiatioa has been formed si
I labor; abet as bforfsa4' Wlaehssttr who art a* suppntiaf' tk... 1161 n. fcu Just married.. a ...tet I except in dteDNotth. country. and I: Torouto for the aaaaxmtioa el fsmVi I
.web mtUt9 eeaFortHW. .ttlTtlo I beuItJ it""l7. goaMittdioasl Govtnaaefit.. to Ib Unitedt .
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Butt7ltvLa best thing .'..,Z.8P FePYET IN. I* raa Ciaccir Con rots MB I :lDcutor'llh1e. I Great watch Sale '

jbvp Heler,Over, wrote vat thia T.BHAI* IMPROVE Enema Coat!0' FLO IDA.S }
,. JotuTe Corn F4LTsa 18M. T>Y virtue of an order of sale granted iiNug rOOTJlR OXX I'RiCZ'PLt",
-Jia1i<< a.paaitge: "It eainot be DENT (ND SWAMP To Benjamin P, Packard Print Ipsl and J3 bytheProbato ,Court of St. ...'. I GIt1H YeEPalmileAWaadl

.t&eearth Is aa'a csljr abiding place.I LAND. George BurJ and Joseph E. MastTIJTBEREAB in Ban- County; will sell at public auction oa the i .,..iRe..ReHIhWAteklefk3e
J, .* *,eaatwt b.UL4 Ctr lifejj o.bobble f IllS pa hum d taada la of 8L the John's foTiowlag COw des, the said B.njattrlaPack. BOOB 2UhuayorDeceraberl8ia.atl2 ia front of the Cons House,o'clock ia the I Prlee etTea ..

feet up by 4 oeata of eternity to the Internal Imfmeaeat W ardgavo Bond to the Bute 'ofFlorida Cityof 8L Augustine the foHotang Real Mtent. .

Io .&a ., sae It pQnJta$ ware*, and I rand baring failed to pay Iho toads given In the penal sum of five hundred Estate. belonging to Philip Solana dcccaaed. WITR811T"aEGA... TSVALUE
for Iho credit Instalments said lands will dollars, and whereas the condition of the ,
eL into t Dp-.m.! whybJtie U refold th- risk of the- eorehaatn, said Bond was that the said 'ackanl A House and Lot at the corner of Char '
bo Paid for
II I lotto And not to
r. > hlghjt&d gtoriota aplratioBi atth 8tai Lana 0', 1a Tallahassee.en should appear sad answer to th charge Gretm Sireet/with aa tittnniTt
the first day March next,unless said of trespassing upon the Public Land ol Lot and out bvlldJnn.An ; unless perfectly Satisfactory
't 'wttfeh I leap, Kka aajeli from the teapla I bonds with intent!and cost of advertisement the..'.... of Florida, at this the Fall Term unimproved Lot outside the CUy f flOOfiolidGold
of cur heart, are for ercr wan- are paid before that day of this Court and whereas the said Pack- lst."mnts;ifilnj 1ft acm mote or less, Hunting Watches$230 tow '
t Tha Lou No*. 2 and 8 of See. 31 T.A, art! has failed so to appear and (answer oa Ua.1ut aide of the public road. $-, I
"det sGa""itlt41lWb, Is it 'that 8..R.27, E., Soho acres, entered by J. and whereat the said Bond has been M j Mm eta puce" called the two Sisters 100 MagIc cased Gold Watches 200 to I I
: ili -nl&bow'tad cloud come over us E. nian. citreated due foratof.law or (appeals "Diejo Plaini. 600" f
The N. EI 8c. M T. C. 8., IL 27, E" by the Record ofthis.Court, and brheieas 30 acres mote or less at a place called 100 Ladies' Watches Enamelled 100 to !
wiliAbeattt/that} U not of Dearth, S1.16 acres, entered by J. 8. Hanklns. the said George Kurt and .JowpbjE.,, Monltrieonthe West side of Matanxas 800 ., ,i .
Bid then pan off to bare m to mUM The 8. WJ of 8. EI gee 80,T. 6,8.. IL ters, art the sureties on said Hondas sp- River about 9 miles lions this city 200 Gold IlunUu' Chronometer Watches i

I'kvetiaea? WI Is it that 27, B.. 81.16 acres entered by J., 8. Hankins. pears by the Bond DOW oa ftlein) this 100 acres.. adjoining the above. tract o.Uouhrl. 250 to 800 4 I H f'
200 Gold Levers 260 to
Court: Hunting English
. .t .eWI'.h1 1a" Iwiajthcir festival Tho 81 of 8 wf aeo. 88. T.6. 8.. R. 27, Now therefore, you and each) of you Also the household furniture!. 2:()
lia throne E.. C2 80 acres, entered ",J, 8. Hanli'ns. are hereby ordered and couiuianded to Terms C..b. lOG 0014 panting Dulttl Watches 150 to
jwo8 aldalsU are pat, Tho 81 of I. EJ 8eo. 4, T.6.a,R.27, show cause,If any yon have, oa the *n.t MATHEW SOLANA 200'.6000.WHuntlq.. .
4aboi the pup bf ocr limited{faed- IL, 81. !4 acres, entered by Dennis Hankins. day of the nsU term of this Court why Executor. American W atchca 100. '
P. a For .
should be entered further InformaiioB apply fo '
against :
not Io"2.
taoeklng. with judgement ,
their '
sir ever n.EI of I.E} Sea 11. and the 1tO.e1 you and each of you and execution. Issued Judge John Ltd Pliillipe. I 260, silver hunting Levers CO to 150 '
"1d gforjf .And N. Beo. 12 t: a. E said Bond and in Augustine Oct. lath: 1KC6.Administratrix.
-:: tw-r.: : may, WI e. BM Y7 ., for tho penalty of the 00 saver Roatb.,Duplexes. 76 to 260
firltjr'to It tit bright forma of human acres entered by Dennis ilankiaa.Tb.NiotN.Ei8.e,14T.7,8.R.i.. default tbertof judgment will boj J entered 600 Gold Ladies','Watches 60 to 860l. I;
S upon and execution Uwedsgalnsl.you for Saale.BY . Lepiaea 60 to 75 '
"J t rVeprcacatsJ to curdle* and t, 80 acres, entered by Dennis Hanklns. the amount Of your several liabUUiee on viitue of ea Older of sale 'gmined 1.000 Miscellaneous Watches 60 to 100
has from ta)Blearing the thonsMferfana The N. EI of LEI 8e. 20. T. 0. 8.. R. the said bond. > by the Probate Coats offe.. Johni :2 600 Hunting silver Watches 25 to 60
27, E. fO acrfJk entered by John Q.San- Witness John C. Bnffinzton Clerk of 6090 AaorteWatches aU kinda 10 to 7ftS9
I will sell __Iou
county atpublie on
M f Mr tfcctlcai to flow 1
4trs, said Court, and the Beat ofthe said Court
obtains Watch
Monday the 7th day of January 1867 at ;Erery patron a by
r Uckta anltda. torrent upon our'We ThaB.WofN.Eiaad 5' of Lot Ko. at the Court House in the City of,Bf Aa o'clock BOOB In front of the court house this arrangement, eating but$10' whileit
ate bcfa for a higher 2 "'.* T. Q. K, '... 27.; E., 71.16aern. gustlne. la said County this 24ih I day of in the city of St, Augustine the following nay be worm 9760. No partiality
onteicd James L. Coteo.Thi .
by A. D. 1668. real cilate belonging the Estate of shown 1
'J tbltttbs&of earth. There U N. ff} of N. EJ and K} of If. W| JOHN C. DUFFINOTON, Roque Leonard v deceased. All that certain Messrs. J. HICSLIKO A CO.. 149Broadwsy
faaavhertitha rainbow DeTer See. 1. T. 7,8.. R. 27. I..'120 acres entered parcel of land coniata'og 7259004S&G6 new Tork City, wish to Immediately
by James L. Cole By W. Mitroio IxfliAQAH. dispose of tha above sagaMceat
filsa j %$efa the t f tan will be spread The ti\ of 8. Eland 8. Elo/8.wt S... Deputy Clerk. MaR ,data, aasttaf eM artldea

p&befefe jlfoi the Islandaf that 11. T. 7,8.. R 2ttEMaudtLe8.W> of N. Rt. Augustine \". 17, I GG. : 8m. acres within the limho of the city ate placed in sealed envelopes, eel well
Wof8.W8ee 18. T, 7, a, R..28. E., I .
if St. Augustine with the improvement* mixed! Holders are entitled to the set!
bomber ca,the ocean,slid wherathaautol 19L74+ acres entered by Jaaea IV Cole. Ii IBB Ciaccir Cora roc ma ) hereon situated clot noted on their certificate,
on ; upon
no N. VI of 8 E) 8eo. 23:,and the WJ fiisraai Ciaciur or FtoaioA' IBr. pays
lfigi 1 which jut before Alto 8 Acres Don or less the went of Tea Dollars whether it be aH etch
of b. ft t au* a, K\ of X W J Ken 23T.,. 7.; JOKX'O O.cirr, FALL TaaM;,1830.J bon tract. worth $760 or one worth less. The re- '
: '.tl!ik' *ahadova..t.--fviU stay for ere r.. 8., R.27. EH 160, saves entered by ITU- The B.ato of Florida, Terms Cash. turn of any of our certificates entitles you
f 4tt ju-fj--jf 308. : Ham II. Hlctaan. vs.JamreA.Mickler.lale8heiUrand. article named
8AB1NA A. LEO'AnDr.Aclmla1atr&triL, to the thereon open pay*:
i"_ I The 21. If* of B. W| Beo. 1. ".7. 8..B. Ex- rent, itrespeeiiTO of iu worth, and. BO '
w I ::1I1.08I1&rlll At ron MEALS.Tbl 27, E.. 40 acres, entered b,8tepn MarTb.'EIof8.WI oficio: Tax Collector and Auestor of' 8l. P. 8. For further particulate concern- artIcle tslued lea thaaf$10 la Baaed oa

.I 'eBet derive from food taken ala. 1. J. '.Coujty.mo : ;ng the above. tracts of Und apply toludjce eojrtllcattj: it will at once hi sees thai
sea James Mlttl"IaI.SI..rll'atl ExI John L. Philips. this isJV0
tf T'r1I1Ch npliu the coudU EM 80 acres, entered by Stephen" ?Mart in, offcio Tax Collector and AI..orof.Joba'IConIJoalDotloaotL. 81. Augunine, No,. 10 I BrA but
l Till Lit of' WI tiee 1.T. b. H.2i. hi.. 1 Fleming Lottery a tirafghtfoneardlegitimate
;the b1 wkilo eating. If E. 40 acres, onterad by Bjtphea)rttn. Solicitor for the said Circuit you an here Notice.Wft Transaction which may.

>.p Lt a moody. ever, or d.palr- I ThoaWof8 3O. and ebo N."|of by commanded to show cause if any you be in the
the efad N. El Bee :21, T. 4,. a. R. '|.\78. 8 have, on or.before the first de ireeVsar.erdaio; I will apply to participated eve*ly mod .
lag CfiiHIoa dg! doa acrtps entered by Edwin Martin. next term of this Court, why judgment .i Judge of the Probate Court for i fattidiout

Iitttnieh'Ieil't-Jrect uud, alowerthanditpral The WI of N.. WM and EJ of 8.WMR I should not he entered against you for Leu of Administration on the Estate; of A single Certlficste win be sent by mall,
'vtth t 1i.r' ta.1I. $ -.. ". 6. a. R. 28. the tsar sum of two hundred and {ninetyone Amelia Perrault late of said County dos post paid,open receipt of 26 eta, five for
E.. fR .tAtftII )I. Daniel cessed.
? en!** byJ. I 51 eleven thirl v-thrte and els- .
for 82
fIM.'J1ae "V1"npl" ai.d silent The Lo.0. 2 a-4 "1 of N. "1-41 Off.. I foil dollar, the Mine. being also sum EDWIN ACDCIL.Bt. for f 5. tfxtjr-slx and mon .
catift, too ccwuaoo anon; AtnerJ- |t 1' T.L e r. :R. Eo. 14.,.10 aem. entered sows to he due by the hooks {of the AuaesineNov.24.1568' d" valuable premium for 10 ODe hamlred
ibyJ.M.Dan'irl. | I H..,. together with most Watch for $16, To Agents
gas, iJiattHxf\ avoided red some t, The .. wl-4 of s. wM wee. 7, Y.I A.B.2H. .... I inlrrr thereon as providf Ibr Law and Notice. J' or thost superb wishing employment la a rare

$t>pls hlintt'relt ,I.ttr tdu. 4 at ti.t U I \V..L.. r, 4;. ,fl'screa. mtet'eII by .W. It.I In cl..r.nll.bf'noofJ"lp''II1 will,berenderelaKa '.if.er date I will l apply the opportlU lf. Ilia a legitimately coil

tLa.n a1 j>irulc in ; mid U' a j! Tbe. Lot No 6 of nee. 2ft.! !. 8. .., -.*2'a. I ;iift you, tar the ,J:= .
., klU.,.,. .. y fir Letters of Ada'nlslra* open to uost Ors;
L.ngh.oreq'Jl&aI1): indulgeda irr-. rntrr* by Gt+per M hnn're.I and nta-ty-Mi' .. MO j flolUrs with' tion! on the iNiav of Tbou Crosby I... fulsrrutiny. Try uei! '

| ,it will.ha aU! fto i !ttrt1 1 in o-it faa,wJ; ft'.. wM .rn!w. wl-t oft. v:'.1 I tutrrt Vfi, alf r .u.loam n C.aid l.rnffiny-wi rjrrk: o*" of"'. John's County deceased.B. Address, )'
babldoItMl a j.a..i .it&t1: : iu a !, .-. IV, r. II. u. if. 2*. a.. 1Ift.1 rte*. our i>ai .on mtvml bjr A, (. Witfif: quo: r.."n. rat the: ('.IIIHI1..u..eiit Hi. (An"n.. .. Augustine. Nov. 24, 1868 6w. Ice BroadesW Yerk."I. .
.4. Jii1.I1&! .surtiab.a CUWp..uy! can Thr s. w4 of..wi-4 se :.'?. .. 7. ... .int' Ibl.I'.h; Uy nr1 c.o r-r A. .U. IWO.JCIHS .Augustine Nov. .;4.;; IMA, .. 8m..
wUaddqp, **w*II that which whenr 1 r. V9. e.. 40 acres,entered by Wpliam It. : t!. liUFFISOTOV. Notice. I

itea abotan: tha win 1 abt rbcd in"j ))1a.e1.i The ....1-4 oh. wl..taw.8.1. 15 s. r. 1. W. MikmnDtxraiBAM.Ifejwiy. P1erk.Dy <<; ITS all whom it may concern. Four Caution

pinta does aiitdor Lruudlug: saver 2U. e.. 4at3 acres ea.tr'd by David J. Clerk. \Wrek after date 1 will petition& theHonorable person are cautioned not to par
i Cwrr. I. Ft Ango linf Nor n. l.....'. Hm.In the Judge of the Probate Court theOrang Orate Lot of Land
cA hna, ai.'JpdatUltuta! would bo nunnA.ronLKv.E or hi.John's County, for allotment of auuwn as the .'WreOon Grove," and. sold

I4tg ,,iiod JA the aUuuat-h. .ffi.ter of Public LavK t TiixCiBcriT Corar ron tan Dower in the Estate of my deceased husband by the U. 8. Tax Commissioners in December .
81. Augiisllne,NOT. 24, INM 8... EASTKBX Ciacrir ox FLOI' A. l lThe Thomas Nelson late of said County. 1803 as my propeny. It ia on-b
pstp diNrrantucnt and (rain ; Kr Ju..'. CoriTT FAU Team J800.I DORA. NELSON, poll,. to the Lot now occupied P. U.Uumaa. .

pad, if,tftueb indalgtd iu, becomeIbo'efiBo AFroolamattonlTf 1 I State flf Flot ida\ Administratrix. The sale by the U. S. Tax Com-,.
.of fcoJ trrepara- ,.. I lrl.l tn,1.Chrl.lobal 8.. AaguMlne. Oct. 20, 1806. 4w. mlMioners was illrgal'and void, and I Intend .
it! ** (iS-li't) '" ** IIEnEA''". The President of these Biravo and Michael Vsina to contest the litU of thepure hater..'
3"fbqytteau. Yy Called States has appointed the $eruritlesotjosephS.Ranches APW .eel ; Notitt. IL A. PUTNAM. .
f"'J li. '.. 254 day of November ass day or Tos nks-" late Sheriff and ",-ollelo Tas Mae x ran SL Augustine Oct. lath 18CQr. .
indebted to the Estate of '
'Ned 6 Jvatattx h DoITmc- giving to Almighty tiod for Ills tunrmrrcies person
I Collector of the County PL!3ohn'w.Chrlstobal .
A. Dravo, isle of St.Johns Caution. '
te Now therefore I
Mlsoe Is oar people Bravo ana ilicnael l'si.> .,
making rapid VaiAiqio .lela Mayor of this city, do cvuiity deceased are requested to make
i I la ili tBittEa., The Boston "Con.- hereby call on the citizens of this place to X ItCIIrhlea,late Bberilland 0'Joseph Ex-efficie 8. Baaches Tax A deceased ',- immediate payment, and an persona having persona' are ,cautioned against; .
nuks due observance of this day And claims againit said Estatesrerequ.sed ALL purchasing'property sold by tao
IDO wets" U lat... sensor and Collector of the County of fit.John's. L
nayIt an
to the authenticated
oa that day to repair te their several present same duly Commliiioaers in 1803 ,wki..
lag ftettaad:evidence of the pro. houses of worship with an humble and OB motion of L. L Flemiag Solicitor within the time prescribed by law, or belong to no u Principal Agent or AdmlnlKrator .
J meek spirit,and &h the feetyngs of a tn a this notice will be pleaded in bar of weir as intend to test the validity -
of the
grcm *g* toward equal rights heart Vender thanks to Almighty God for the said Circuit, you an aenby commanded of sold sale. .-vYENAKdO

tat aMhUa ..u.ac'k.! thai ,iu the that peace has been entirely restored or before to the show first cause day of if any the next you nave term oa of recovery.ANNA. CORNELIA DRAVOAdminimrairix. SANCHEZ. jBt. '

the land. that the *. Augustine Nor.fat 18M.DEYiQOODS.
throughout and
fitpiflor,.Cvcurt of title foreriaJnal pa should be
; ooofitj ye.f. It been free from civil discord. On this Court, why Judgement ,not Bt Augustine OctJIS: I860. 8w.
bnabcaf, there U 'thu term, thai>Uyraat adds all bitter and portiona rendered. .phi.J01I' for .the:=sum) of sixhundred "

eased'jerymin, aDd in the Bas, feeling and .with one voice let all offer and seventy-six 100, the same Notice. .
rep thanks hour Heavenly Father fur.' 1 belDlb. shows to be due the PERFUMESY 1n..eI tftdleiaoa:
sum by
paior Coott fur civil boalDeaa. first lia goodness lo aad % for lid and bfioes.BXATIONEBT. .
us, especiall Books of the ComptroUar from ths said months after date I win apply to "
atatrrpne |a hc" aeaaion I. eemercy. la warding off f em our Benches at the time of his death J 10 the SIX Judge of she Probate .Court of '
city the iron rod of pestilence and let u* bu John's County,for Letters dismltiary. Iron Tin eel wood Ware Croeiwy, '
ot"'4.... t rt,thQnlare twM No pray to Him to give us ouch a spu'tsasy ", said thereupon State of Florida at the rate together of eight with, interest cent.per from the Administration of the Estate ofQcphoa Glass and.. Hardware, for sale by ,

'Y dada to shim, but, on nuke us grateful for His many king!. annum from the tiue the .ahi per|n noses t.BJ, aad that he Ihtough the. !. Anputlfl. Ang. U. 186G. ;
tU ....",$t. R they are u may accrued to the day o:i-e H1,.!*,4 M c- .
of His dirs. Itea draw ua of said JadfaenU And in debult (thereof EDWARD UARTEX.
e4.lI aa r white perIODicJratt.a atarrr and Bearer lo hlmvtlt Judgment will be rendered against you for Admiaisirator.6t.AugttstlaaOct.6thlS8 W.F.BOCKRAY.fit. .
for thia 'per.biti Given under" ny hand and tho oral of the said sum of six hundred and seventy- & Cm. Amvaaxa irLa.L3Riottb .: .
this eltj this 25tli day October 1800.VENAKC10 .
tha first term of then courts 22 'United States District
8ASCHXZ six 100 dollars with Interest as aforesaid. Notice. Court for the Northern DUtilct nt,
vhafa oef.dffin hare bon pot on W. Mturoao IxoaAV. Mayor. Witness John C. Buffington Clerk of our Honda.United' I.

aU although a recent term 01' Clerk of Council. said Coati and the Seal of the aald;jCourt persons having demands against States Commliiloner, and Com '
at the CoM House ubt AuRostlao this ALL Estate of Joseph Manucy late of missioner th. Acknowledgment aJ
.. 1b9f 'Cpurt, ft a trial fur October 27416mHOUSE 8l Angusttne Fla., 24th dsr.f October A. D. 18ti6. : '. County deceased are requestedto proof of Deeds for the Btatea of Ifassaaattta -

: ? r, aa wa hart recorded, there JOHN. C. BUFF1NOTOX.Cknk. nuke immediate payment and all per. Hew York New Jersey sad
". sons having claims against said Estate arerequested Pennsylvania .
!sswbos 'ved. I BIND LOT By W. MttroBB leas a ., [ to have Ua.I&L& autheaU- Agent for tho Nsw York Board of Un
-A. .. FOE SALE Deputy Clerk,,j t4 to u.s Undersigned with( the Use derwriters, and General Agent of the ,
It b easy to perform our duties \apstlD..1\OY.. Ii. 1866. 8m. prescribed by bw,or this notice. wlfl be United States Accidental tilt banruetCompuofNewYorkt..ICorda. .
watt ihir an pjeotaai! aad.haply noattffa I desire lo sell the House la which I reside .. > pleaded in bar of their recovery. .
et. The test of ,OR hariotte, running through GROCERIE3 WINES AND LI- JACOB 8VPEL. era Distort of Florida
I to Qott !tal Street, Built of Cochina Stone Administrator Office in the Court House.Aienta '
fa to perform that with qoal readi- in the host moaner,60 by 40 feet contains QUORS. BUAugusthie Sept. 29th 1868. 8w. wanted, to whoa liberal. Commissions ,
; = talstwIe1tre poeroot and tea roosis, large garret in whkh four GREE10 "MONTGQtIEfty. will be I1cL' .
: mere caa: M Biade, two ?lauu, a good I Sept..29th I860. en.:'
I .. atone &Uhen. a wooden Kitchen one and 1)17) ILL keep constantly en han4 a BRAVO & DUNHAM,
i WhosTerluoia for a t'rielul.lc.bou, a half rtwy with two fireplaces, a kilt Yf complete assortment of fieab, family ASSORTED CROCKERY. j
and commodious Stable and aa excellent Groceries of best qualityATTUEOLDSTANDf DEALERS IN
win never find what haviaH. Ewers and Basins Chambers Bowls
arbor and four
well of sweet
r .Wa love ourselves with all our water trees. grape Bise Lot 100 by 78 feet. DRY GOODS fl tea Cups and Baacen, Tumblers-.-.. .. '
I .a '..' CBght to Cote oar orange Price $4000. OfGxoaoa a yixxxoChartotVsBtre.l, baking Dishes, Tea Pea fce.Aog. I I
Bt. Fla 11. B. E. CABJV ., : I
Augustine !
Hate Boots
: hi,ii 4i wiaaaer, CRISTOBAL BRAVO. Clothing, .
The public an invited to can:,bjeforeparchaslng "
i 1.-- BL Augustine, Aug. 18th 1866 elsewhen. and Shoes STA Olpi: i' j j I
A Brptty &A ttytt "If oar Ksker Our Motto is quick sales an\# tonal U
ftottfk ft wroa* tat Adam lalm" FOR SALE, OB BENT. profit, for cash or barter. &e. &ce &o.8t. Letter Note and Foolscap Paper,white : j
1,' .Ikaa their tees M arc eta earth,how The want tot. knows u tho.'MMafnoUaRotroat. GEORGE a GREENO. 1 1 and yellow Envelopes,Pens,Ink and Zaku <. ,
..,elf blelat1m. ; wtda .- .. AMBfl Jrlo"tGQ r. .t.J1V''A.. j >t sad pl3ring C srds. ., i.; i
. .'4"P': I'JldI. ', Iff4' .A.. 11. B. E. CABR. Aug.18. dIC:11. JI .. : E. CL .:. 0' t
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I .Lfree tirtletoaaPhcl da&p cellars and dilapidated shanties ; and no Constitutional Congress can I II casemates assigned him shortly after A CoarzBZiATx SOLDI>* COMMITS :

... ne fdlewlagnMhitpresestedby and are often without food, fuelor I be convened while such integral portion I hb arrival here.WASnTXOTo. SCCIDI.-Emfle Moth aged 60 ryears t

IlK" t proper clothing. In great numbers *are forcibly excluded. It says I committed suicide by faSbca- .
ttsfa'lath-0W; 766 they faU victims to disease and the adoption of the Emsncipation ; 9, NOT. 8.-Edward
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I tion with the fumes of
'VlMM.3W.373. There are 48 .... a pity to death. Amendment. is no precedent for ,the Lee Plum, Secretary of Legation to chareca1'1aSow

ties la..Ice Bute. Tb.bkoks haTe Wherever the cholera has prevailed, adoption, of this. The Southern I Mexico, in company with General York last Sunday. It wu ptov.ed I s

. .iBftJorit?ia %'eetatieB. numbers have pert bed who have states during that tiDl.'had no delegation Sherman Chief of Staff left henbit at the inquest that at'the begin

wtoiantttv- edaatf.: 8 where not been included in the bills of mortality to be received into Congressas for New York where niog of the war he, residing (Sn New :
evening ,
the blocks are la majority. 'Singly or in small squad now, when they are denied admittance I Orleans,joined the Confederate
: /fertfa.-White* 77 A!; blacks, ..." have made their wry tu the and then concludes by saying they will await the arrival of the and served tray
4,677 37eeaati, io7 of which North. Occasionally: parties of two that, a* the amendment' in questionwa : Mexican minister Hon. L. D. Campbell steadfastly the close of

the blacks tie ia the majority. er tfeee hundred are anippcd North *not proposed by two-third of a and General Sherman who anexpect"J no tilit tl. He left several letters,

; &tI6Qvoliu.Wmtel, 291,. under contract. From time to timewe Constitutional CongrcMhe Conlmit- to arrive In New York tomorrow among which the following to ha

aeo J blacks, 412,326. 30 counties. hear of companies starting from tee recommend the adoption of the wife : ..
to 30 of which the blacks Ire in the different parts of the South for Li resolution above given. i or next day. Tho entire Nn Yon CITr
y These added will 1 sail from New York for ,)
beria. combined :
causes party
-.lor.tl NEW YORK, Nov. 9.- Trt October 27. 1866-6 P. H. J
itowttW-Total wtiites 853 to a manifest disinclination Ycf' Crux probably on Saturdaynext
bune foots Fenton's majority a| I : J/y Dtar tun-At the time you :
8MW 4t,436gM. 60 counties, among the young freedmen to Ten up stand/" i ujfon the U. S. steamer Sus- receive this, if it ever comes to your

i* 29 of which: UK blacks are ia, the ture upon matrimony, will, from year 14,350. The Legislature quehanna.The hands, I shall be no more, hut nave
S to tell the colored twenty-six Republicans to six Dem*
lMJorttt. year, upon population entered that bourne whence ao traveler .
Ald"....-Whl...",, 626,271 ; ,so that at the end of each decade cents, b the Senate; and eighty-four Secretary of the Treasury ha returns should the meant of

Naek*, a 0blacirarofsice' we may expect the census to Republicans to forty-four Democrats sold the Marino Hospital at Charleston which 1 have availed myself succeed.tt'e .

.,.... cbs show of a progressive decrease b that in the House. \ .. S. C., to the Episcopal Chnrvh have sadly<< mistaken each other.

". population Illinois thooraad' Republican south of that city, to be used as an ilad you acted differently we might
We have conversed with an intelligent gives forty
o him of tfeaataa Bane* Stales.CateHae orphan's home and school fur the ed. for many vent have jogged along to-
and who ,
observant gentleman ,. i
-'--' majority.
; JI'' nl"' 8eetb theI I gether. It hae been otherwise de-
i .... ..... ... .... iIa.e wm has recently travelled, by private Wisconsin 18,000 Republican ncatioa: of frcedmen's children. i:reed. and I taecaab>> to my late. I
iktiea wh9e ia the. other conveyance, through some of the President Johnson subscribed '
talel of pe, majority. .w101l no anger,ana indeed 1 die
, fear Steteaaaaed the ditfweaee blaeoaaiderahle. most populous counties b the State. MajMcbusett, 70.CUO Republican 81QUO to the fund, to enable the at peace with all mankind, trotting
He travelled
leisurely, stopping
. k It that aaass of society to nuke the purchase. in theo ever enduring mercy* of my
houses and majority.
iffnoranoc sopcrstitioB and faaprovideatt numerous private country Father the
Heavenly ,and relying oa
inns and made iu
that the Radicals, the South. many inquiries In New-Jersey tho Congressional WHY-Jcmasox ,DAVIS CHILDREN blood of the Holy Lamb,shed for the
regard to thenegroe t. wa
era Kadioab especially,are endeavor- where told that they bad greatly every delegation stand four Republican ARE AT A CATHOLIC CONVENT. redemption of such amnesia L I

fag to tI *Wit4 sf thip dominant class diminished in number since the close to one Democrat .-.\ letter writer who visited have thrown myself D His
.to the Seath with the view of beeom- In Delaware Democratic Governor Kx-1'resident Davi narrate the and hpcshortly toreceiveillsmerci.
, of the war. The men, especially, ,
.focttek! leadera.In' oomt eating oa such and elected following i incident: : ful forgiveness. Having understood
had and
disappeared, to an extent Congressmen are by
t& cahibk
,the NaOoaal"latelligea.er } that there was a dearth of labor. 10,000 majority, a gain of 500. "The comibg of the little child. hat you have, with Arthur\ commenced
sajit' into the inner casement, and climbing the same business;as I was
These rural of which
0aa ftet b wrtrthy of,serration I have heard deficiencies from various, sources we I'IULADELPIIIA, Nov. 8.-The ibtu his father' arm who had gaged in, I thoald macji wish yea
thai the white and black popubtien Bulletin that Newell lUi be mittea to beach tia,.
I were not adequately accounted: fur by says Republican just seated hiin>vlf on the wfa: gate isfit pe by
,. is not equally distributed accessions to toe popub- has been defeated for Congrats in the oceaiou to Mr*. Dare to make s me iugthe tools andM, forth ,which I

throughout any of the Southern lion of our town The negro fact, doubt- second diatrict'by majority. remark about her children, ftirticubrly leave, but I know pet how I could t'
Stefttt. The while population prcdeaHatles thiwe'in Canada. Green have reached you to convey to yom
b that have died and lluhop
leap BALTIMORE Nov. The
and many many 7.- returns
; la tns'high jtesperateeg4dtt of cemauttedact.
then remarked intelligence: my just
(an Episcopal )
have made their out of the UUhup
and the blacks ia] the low., more State. way from the western counties, com that he would not We ventured tn The coroner Will, however, iaforui I

....! Heaee, ia every one of the prising the fourth Congressional district introduce the subject, but a* Mr. you, if you eats be found, what '
Southern States the black population Should the Radical policy, as wUrbf made of thea. BidArthur
f enfranchisement ,indicate: the re-election of Frank Davi had duns *o herself he felt disposal
is men or less localised,which wouldveiialoeleotttrol respects negro prevail for tai aa.etcraal iareweU.
bound td uf her ,
Thom 2000 Tho say, U a liUhop own
by majority.
. il.tt became a their ascendancy in the South chosen Church that he did not think Slay ho dowel, !, aoi aha his quondam -

'I: dktiett poUOeal ekawi, If parties: would probably be short lived. Leaving Washington Intelligencer hu a Bal- ho had acted entirely wise i. vending fathers faults. [Bid bias keep
'it ,tae w.tti"d dt &La oraat.t ago- oat of view the probability thata times: special saying tbe Conservatives her children to a Convent to be forever, as'a memento mart, that Ha-

'. airs to the areeent white Trace, the war of races would ensue, which to-day, notwithstanding all ad. taught. Mr*. Davis rt'plie.I-'tl !Lie pin which I prised so much and
teadeaeywettldhefbra s regatiolaoflhftylworaeesiaeaeh would finally result in the expulsionor he otka borrowed when last borrowed
, I verso circumstances, achieved great wa in Georgia I and had no money. *o ;
extermination of the theClwea
State. TheM negro, he did not return it to ma]
\ No institution Church ,
..ltI'ljhd to the lowlands we have adverted to would, in .ue<<... The majority in the city b offered to teach uiy own children. And now may Heaven ever shield

whites In one generation, be, sufficient to secure I estimated at 1200. Bot /ron "a.. my poor
sad &e to the high-land and from and
One day three ';i>>urs of Charity protect you poverty
this way"'in.oaellghl, ia time, I to the white great numericalsuperiority. tive member of Con rewi arc elected rauieto MX tae.Dud brought me five I misery, is the sincere desire of your

eaiMlobeifeftadoBed entirely to the I and the entire lxi,Litit 'ticket. Re :.;i U'il.>llji>. all& the inoucy they I bad : now deputed, yet afloctionat but.
Meeka:* Bheald tbk teparatioB' of But suppose the negro invested iu tho rid. I aluui furred .lutniitH aud heartbroken husband,
i turn fmm the various counties are I wf hey me :
vas ...*.tAb place, what would be. I with suffrage, how would ho uo it r to talc the m' but 1 dil nf.t.I I E. Muiu.
thibleclt nee? I Would ho rote with his c* pluytr iu favor of the {Conservative |I then offered uy to tote children T- .
They -
W 4oBS arising oft of..tlic I the landowner,or other capitalist nf. UO&TO.V, Nov. ..-The RrpuMicm 'I I 11 their caw!awl iu the 'It'my i).filM>r- Tt.,rtoatoer Hi. Litiagstoo, arrived
j'ce of races South are of im- i the South, fir rc* n.t bit,, at the bidding have elected ten Congressmen, I but"I.Oan'ah, where the air was i fmui New York via Norfolk 'yesttrlay

balsasmagnitude.! \\'e should sdTaaee > of the liandful ,uf Southern the full dt4cFatk.a. Two' Ctlul'\"l't I tUt.I l, vud tiny tlut.1I. ruiafcvtablycuroi 1 afternoon,consigned to )lr. U.
their scl lon not tie Radicals and of the Radical c.....**-* ,
;to as the I'-.r duritig: the summer mouth 11. llardce. She i> intended fur t%"
> in distant Stale? This i ill WI interesting men are elected to legislature
K&ditek: desire,yir l4lI..nabu:| feet.dtntvnytrkb Then: value au offer fr,m a Couteutschoul FJ.rhb trade, fur which her lUpt
lae prodtB:e, ..*{* theItPieeWenJubbJUo' question, which wo liavit not oioinChjrIe ttfwnandone b In Canada; whitlier, nheu i Trait of water and superior pave peraeciiminodatiuna
+ioEey.: i I the space just now to ronnider.MiLLCixiEViLtt ton. well fitted. Ihts
spiri4 g-t permiMioi t from the (Gnrn are
There b reason to believe dust thofraaritjletweea I AI. L\tnand fuller returns do nit a'. went which ws not without great b utbl(>5 feet long. 30 feet beam,

the whHeaad negro Nor 9 -TlieLegislature to alter the result as indicated trouble and diiSculty. 1 took them. .12 feet over all,and 8 feet depth of

poptd&oa beoemw steadly sad pro.nrrfl11 to-day rejected the CoastitttUoaa tempt It i i. true 1 did uot wish them tube hold. She,has a low pressure siagU

fsvorablsl: to the Amendment. The rejecting in lost night's dispatch. Iowa Catholics, but then person* beam engine, 34 inches fiaaMfftr of.

..W1_,.. JtaaaaotbtdoaJted that resolution reads aa follows: MILWACKIE, Nov. 7.-The first a* good as they can tuwtibly be, are, cylinder! and 10 feet stroke, with two

.' la a few -raw the whites will bedeoisivefy llc&lved, That tho Legislature of. congressional District Paine Republican and have been, and d-mlltlcw will return tubular boilers. The Ltviog-
la the stceadsat in everySottthera Georgia declines to ratify the amendment continue to be human Catholics. ton has superior accommodations for
has three thousand
State. 5Te the bndowaefi adding a 14th article to the 60
Tkey Thou good people were the tint to passengers, having state roo-
Constitution of the United Sattes. Brown Democrat. The second
tfeeSoata,aad havejperma.aoa ) over offer me their help and I will never The ladies' cabin is handsomely fitted
unit ea> They can, under the A motion was made in the Senate third, fifth and sixth districts elect never cease to be grateful to theiu fur up with marble top table and stands,

am distdvfatafeoae otfcraostancesi&tiy : to postpone the consideration of the Republicans to Congress. In the it." well cushioned scats and Brussells

to fit:.mk-.J at lent enough resolution to some future day. but fourth district: Eldridge, Democrat, carpets. Capt. Rogers, of this steam
CdaUitL jfor the n.otion was amended to a mere
to maintain er, reports that on the 27th instanthe
has thousand EX-PRESIDENT: DAVI*.-The
of the above resolution, and majority.
have they say eadacefeeat at present adjptioa passed a brig ashore North of Hatter -
to .. ....Ie the Weetera States,u thus pawed-yeas. 36; nays none; LT. Louts,Noy. .-Ocn. Piles ,i+ Washington correspondent of the with the sea washing over her.

they formerly ami UeftU what were fall Senate toting. elected to Congress in the First District Charleston Courier, under date of lie could not learn her name BoranY

know hkhtrto u the Iree Elates be- la the House' the vote stood-yeas the mem SOT. 4th, Lays : The order from further particulars.-&t woA Aa
over Hogan present
triaaqftied, faaiHee 'going 131 ; nays 2, Elingtoa of Gilmer, vcrtitcr.Tnc.
the President all surveillance -
ber. B. F. Loan is removing
1 gain.
of Republican
from she ieath would W, banblydetkw& Humphreys annin. .
They would H maW The Committee on the Constitu reelected to Congress b the Seventh under which Mr. Jefferson R.uuc.u.a.-Th.

aireheb I. every Nor&era eoauaattky dow Amendment reported this resolution Djstrict.FonTRtss! Davis has been kept, at his quarters; NationalIntelligencer: Washington mnini

. ,:'" would bate to eeeoaatercrerj and accompanied their report MONROE Nov.3.- within Fortress Monroe, b believed, with much force t I67he.II majorities
tarn of opposition, if net ofpemctttion. with a lengthy argument In substance to be preliminary to his final discharge which the Radicab boast,were*
They bow thie, tad u fallows: The parole granted to JeffersonDavis his the red haajLi Bai the
bail after transfer from won by
will therelore. remain where:they are, First, That the States of the United some months ago, giving him American
are incapable of
sad will a&eiMil1 ..... Luxury States alone are authorized to the privilege of the ground of the military to civil jurisdiction. It is continued injustice.: They. will respond .
consider Constitutional Amendments. understood that the Uansfer which
ad diapatioa wttl rot make iuroa4 has been ,
Firtrtt during the day, to the claims of fiuraesa and
the whtea popuUtkio of: Second. That such amendment b already permitted entirely free
I fea thirda ol extended through executive clemency constitutional, right Th* Radials
the Sevlh i, for oar people eaaaot must be proposed by two- him, by implication, from military may rejoice .their brief trinm ,
of all surveillance
the Legislatures iu removing over
or by
e,8ordboladu in th iD. Congress,
e ;
I but the reaction of
jurisdiction though reason not / coacerrattva
The ttcroefl oa the other band, two-thirds of the StateLTI him and the guard from hb rooms in ; ,
patriotism and of aeatholie ", VwiBty -
rcL That Georgia was one of explained, the charge of complicity
win, per tbeawet aeH, lead ttatetOedaadBOgralery Carroll Hall at night. Instruction will, ere long, assert itself and
the States, and must always in the assassination of Lincoln
Ii,... WUboK aa original from us
to this effect have been sent the South restored to ia woapI&oein
tad alto "are continued such, unless 1 she reserved been
intern ia the lOUt wkhotttj not formally withdrawn. the national Ifba.
MeUVkB of iadattrj ted thriftthat the right tp secede, or gate to \ :'bington to General Burton, com tegtsbtare...

by &e fettBdAktea ''ief afiuW- the Federal Government the right to mandant of the Fort, thus divesting It appears that Ita will be brought Aacitar Rsjuu*.-lloch sanest aae

alone ftfUad, shay win geaeftUliTifrom eject her. hb imprisonment of anything like to trial in the United States Circuit bas crated b.resent diacovtry ia tko

band to awnrth, ttorieg sheet The report adduces the legislation severity,and paving the way, it if Court of Virginia, after the United alky of the )1 Leipyl. aoat Hew Or-

the while from place to abiee: The of Congress; the proclamation of the for final parole States Supreme Court shall have allotted less, of aa iaata U4 of pore rocksalt
President and the issue*made duringthe generally presumed, traaiparcat as 071*!.
.ftf.. lies some
tee thej; ,
detln to the Government cf the and release. AU' the guard over Justices to each Circuit, and thatas which tairt j fcot below the rfaeo. -
:. a. iMy,call k, te a ftreag, passion war by SpcehBcns of salt have teeareclvctl
with the tree_.. Maay>aTe {left United. State,to prove that it was him, both during day and night>o the Court will bo engaged here by t&o Bmlthtnnln' ItfUtat The

gek wiree aad children to eeafie'fortheaMkeefad held by that Government that no ing ...removed he now enjoy perfectly till April, he may not' be tried till most riafular bet fa ccaaocdea vita this

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