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: May 18, 1867
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
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notis - AKP5525
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System ID: UF00048642:00041

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VOL.. i ': .: az iUOUSTINE, ST. JOHWI CO.;, FLA.: 1A.TmmA.Y.IU.Y, 18th 1867. NO. 41.EVERT .

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t. 3-t.IIIMel.al..r' Notice.; rNotiee.w Magnolia, House A N&. lIuu.n'Jxo- --....:
i I 4, JQm Collected; lic. Tai Co: iectar'aale.BY .. ST. AUGUSTINE. I During the late war the Catholic I

t Tjf virtue of the power ia IIIf, tested Church In this city, was wotttonly
rUD'UKE SATURDAY Jj Itl"lew,1 nave levied epos and ehatl virtueoftb.poweriams vested' by THIS well known House, which has burned ly unrestrained soldiers.hi .
Law, L have levied lash shaUvrier 1
r'riabcnUnUkt>nilonday la I upon entirely renovated and partly
1 I t .. I May nett ia front' of the Court ,u... at, for sale on Thursday' the 2nd day olMay'next'18C7 ruarnished, now offers 'greater indueoiueats congregation, quite numerous and increasing j ;
atcrprise, between+ lie usual hours of iu front of the Court erected a plain wooden !. :
ull't fullerwingdewcrib4.l ilott.f,1atheOiyof fit. Aog4 tiao, between structure which now aorta for n .
V..ABSa lac 81Joka's Co, property, to To InvaKtfstndtheirtvfrHftfl PuWto I
wit'. the usual hours/of' sale the follow.la place of worship. But
v f .P1a.t 800 acres of land lying keel of Hills- .described property, to wit the visit the ""Ancient City" tor healthor the future crowth looking to
f" I borough. 81nr. AluquJlO South Ufooa, H IL Voung sad thaw Young, .2000beisgia ptaumitj taaa any o&hU.aD East Florida aDd'fec Jacksonville
$ Sections 41 baviajr about HOOMS well vtn- jDI the necessity of a
ur U Township IT Sooth, bat ; Townahlp fi, Range BUTT larger,
ofdaIy.d r.....'WaJIa 1t&ft11"L,'.,./.......! < *;' -Tue.eand t IMMed&s4w&rmtydtii&ttltMIi? red aDd more saUun'Ul .., B I
., ICapier. .UIi eM'be eipenres ihertoa feet of plaua. VBWT projected a stone church

i 1'&OP&IEOL 'UaUsa tts JT a.e*.ad tip.... there.aanybefore are pt,fcfore the day of salt.X n..1Jroprletbf is of old standing u an which will be an ornament to the city..
the : D. ROOCTO, Hotel keeper knows the wants of his
day create Already several
C' UEUCEX MARSH : Sheriff and EI.4cIb, I guests, and pledges himself to give his oargo'a of Coquiua
,, rock have armed
Tat Assessor and Collector undivided attention to their comtprt. rom' 6t Augustine
auHSCltu'TIUN.Ltau > Therlff sad Tu CuUed
xan4 ur Vobula r"! *., St..John's County., His Table shall not bo surpassed by and the work will progress u
Oat toff ooo'jtaf, $3.00 Feb.lflJ8C7., County' )'e\Jnw'n.s.l8li7. ." So. any ia this country. rabidly u tho.aeane of the church

.. d ., ...., 2.Wthree 1.I Tie above site is postponed bWondsy A oouo.uxa or ctucaxs n low arxxtsorsxm wfll 1 permit Coquina mitt be delier- .
( It .'1 nwnths. > I.Wi : the 3rd Junes ricotATA TO TSUS rtcx edit '
i ,S."subfcnptioa taken for leas titan tNoUc, j .. A. D. ROQERO Horses for riding and ,boata for sailing. our city wharf at;eighteen del-
three"M' ... -Tax Collector' ..Sheriff and :Hcio can be had at any time. left a squire, ten feet fey ten.Ftonda .
,I AD ..* ptleas must b I paid la adjtaacs. ., .Sale. '> Ts:.Assessor and Collector.8t JKO.. C. BUFFIKOTOX L ioa.
.1 virtueVth* po..n. in me, 'fh ted John's County. Proprietor. .. ..
I BT b/law,::1 bYe levied upon tad shallIMMT Msy 2,1P97. Augustine, Fla., Aug. 11, ,ltsOO. A singular lOll affair has reccatly occur

TERMS OK ADVERTISELNO. for ailo en thekafirst AUmdayiia red at 1-ortlanJ, Me A lady of very sup
May next iatrontol' the Court llouao ;i,AI Notice. erior personal attractions, and the who of
i Advertisements trill bo Urterted oathsfeOowof Eaicrprtso. bctws.n the visual hours to .. ,. FLORIDA HOUSE I ItiT. a nun of mesas, had the misferttuo to Ikll

tonnes sal ,
Two dftttan per square of twelve UaesaJ woe U the "soul of honor and mighty rood
.. na4...,lor&u fir* ouerUoa,sad otto ,;WO aero f land in ,the County uf ;|nT virtue btthe ".e,1Q me vested by underlined, Laving takenthe looking at the same tine She was so carn .
dais,,Or .aca .....iuMt insertion. .Vohuu situated near Indian hirer,atplaeocaUedfloridaCrveJc. .w J3 Law, i have levied upon and ''stitllomr 'FL0K1M Uet'MC.' in this .d away by her passion u to almost f,
Estate aa4 lejal notices U bectaarfedthe I m To..lp for sale on Thursday the 2nd day ot M/I is new tuna* up toe sane with' en waally disregard the laws propriety,she
-, '. sale as traaateat advertisements ta I.4M, South of Range 3'hnJ CO and WloDj- play next Ittf7 ia front of the Court urt new Furniture, withe nth complete eoasuatly placed herself ins way and
ell"' notice of diiattnoa at Adiaiaistraor ; log to the estate of Tnoraas Napier. IJvuae, ia the City of St. JLufuitUw, betwcca manner, and designs to bare if* present finally aeoured *an iatrodnctiea, bat all
,tot which" charge will be twenty '.i) Unless the Tates and expense thereon .the usual hours of sale ties followdeacribed to laritids and other, the conveniences without avail Her aduecta could not
property to wit i : and comforts of a first-class Hotel<< caJl forth lb.
4eJan.UladaarlattloNu4tribGitl.ofnapect i are paid before. tb.day ofssle.REUUEN slightest response. His
MAHSII, P. L. Clinch 40t acres being ((1, W- liilliard Tables can be found In the eootaess only increased her ardor and she '

". thug#dos adrcrtisciSAts. iSlerufandTaa. i v ilofior1,, Here) section 68, Towudiipd, Range ... HuuMfvr the use of the Guests, and fairly haunted ham. Her husband fiaally
\ i4ral diMuont audb .a yearly ash.tevdHlante. \ .I Voloria County. I'ulesa the Taxes and expenses thereon Guides will b* furnUhed at all tunes for becaaio aware 011.. position 01 aflairs,
AU yearly adrertlsvmcntsi Feb.' JaG;. ,.i art paid before the day wf vale. those who dekire to hunt. Moats for and as bo loved his true devotedly; deter-
..,. A. U. Imo EnO, ailing parties will always be at command. miffed 1.
i bo,paid ejoartvrly|a advaaco.ii -. instea4 of treating her as she well
vT. Norton will I make the
Slieriff and spurcd to
ta-oftit'io.. deserved, to
win her from her
f ..t.rr-X OTUU Tax Aiteiwor aDd Collector, House acceptable every particular to auachmeat. Their sep'sratlon
L was the
: fit. Johns Cuuaty. all who may patronize it.Ad.lrrra first
niovemeat to be .
: \ COLLECVOH, SALE. until l the l / .rc.YOU a )ItN..leI" Feb. :!nd 1S.J7. :tu'I'! business would not his
| permit 01 leaving,
The above wale is postponed ilvndaythi under.lgne'Ine* IUvrii.t>>'111.,I'rowrr
as..dQ, ii 4AU;.JfyrtiorE BYviriat ;;,-.1 J .. ;
"" looking
chap who
1 JIM? Mini ..} ... ai.4 wllwarrior ,' J. U. It.MEU.ot.lugt.tinrtrt recently left that city
puce ..U COT ale ontluML. lire \ion.ljvMsy.ext to A. U. ItlKlCUO. ? .;tl& iHMi.. tf with Ji.uou in greenbacks,as a coniidera-
r "I ia front .inC ',,i Kh"riff and Ex-uflicio, lion lor vacating.
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f. Leciuon the. N...*Trcttuent, Euterpris*, b.tw ra tn. usual 1-nr] wf Tax' .\.,,* *or and i'oltifftur -. ----- --.-. ..--

.,. ,.., Huai la't/e.,t trooreprnurerri+aa... ss1 Ute$dlth DI d'.rrsur 11'''.'.."t.t.owatrot f St. .IpLu'. Cuu4ty.I.r,1ww. UNION HOUSE. 'The Boston I'uat sass, wenolooger
... ot.lati i >r.*kJn a. lavuenlsry k.ma 1"4 ), heir about
...... eeteI 11eJ4hty. eW la'p.Jiraetds _. (GUEcx'A/' i- 'Kl.-< necessity of the 'last
errs 'f Lat. a !lu t.e: r.eu'lll. f -- - -- - M lolbr '
w .hrrMV grLrsly?. Nt'rvuU.de.e. Volittia, lend tlu NOTICIB I being g'vcn to sup 0'-& the
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.,Jeelydo..IMJ ; .: rnt.tlMg ttwot.tr.d' UtlrM tut facet ....1 :t ht ttu'I T,3. ('oll..C'f.t:'.. a4ale. ON THE ST. JOHN'S RiVER. uf taxation tat Lucy Weru.
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art sin before llit nut .. ...It. \ .rt..e of...
rp..w.rturuer.tlJby lHr l
J"1.L., ii. l>..An.borat. U- Manta Itei'ilCN'AlARHII, JLt.+, t iiitvr Ivrifd and ;>Lau 1'111: MI"I(1'.J; tin; cwiuj> < Napoleon is working to perfect a "1grc.t
ujHin new .u.1 C'umm6ttIClU" liuu -e, has
...... iron-clud
e.rr. Sberttf and Tat I'ol'ertur ..N.rAor rate ">a Thursday all.ad day w fleet Ufure the clyw '
... rtd4vnowiiod la tUU BOW vpcael the same to the public asA
Ibu4'w! County. \1"1"11 I8u ii tu truant ,uf the Court of the present year.
... ads<'able teottur clearer proves IrwmJus Feb. 1C. 1837. hn.l.e. in the Cuy ur M Augustine be- FIRST L.","HOTEL. A married .
errs I-ntW"I"'Ulaf awful .<.*. 1'arlirr young couple leaving
r -- Iwtvii tlio u ual liuuraof Mir lie folioing alone or accompanied
.......'"e,t eetf.AMue toy be effectually: UrK-nlxd property, to wit bjr their families stukeLg| bo luild and Cleveland un a bridal tour, were so

reamed. without (tMdkiae. end jvitboui OONPEOTIONABY.Retail Air. Ehnsl...th )I. UaN..". Lot No, gtulal climate of l'l dllo on Ilex tt.John's h-ppy that they fagot their baggage.

drag rea surgical operation bougies, and Wholesale. *>J I"uut'deed Notih by Lot ollSucJu.blUi will and all the comforu ol a home ,.ibis 11 he extension of our Knife to the
tastttusvAis,nags, or evnuais, pointing Smith, East by Tul.lwto>itrratthwtbby hou+r.The.
w .nJ.t .,cun at oee certain and Jam Drops, f uprl .ondA, Lot ol Mrs C C .tn.kiiun, Went by Lot rooms are large and airy, and are western extremity of the continent
effectual by' whfeh eveijr sufferer, n" Stick Candyitorkeii ly, Luuoriec, or Uueklbbaa$ and Mrs C 0' An- eariwieO, and the furniture new and cumplate. gives the United Mates: four hours d
batter what .1a ei dihen m.1 bo, may derv The House cvi\lains over filtjr thirtjr-uiue minutes more sunlight
&da Crackes
lire Lto..lf eb*lr4y. priv.UI/,and radi- Uuttrr cmekert i ..'" ....the. Taxes and expenses thereon ruums Oa the Rant ag daily* iHittLwimJUK: VtjtL FHOVlitfeitt tWgar cruder(. Pilot Ucad.Utrd are i..id bvlorv the day ol ...1.. there are tefe suits of ro6ns expmMjr for I
i xistduudLI'derDZIWOU UBtter"crackers, tlingtrarr.; .\ 1) KUQKRO faoiilies. Brigham Young kaA Wd'In sup

&LU Boston crackers, Water 'cracker?, Sheriff and Lxttfficio; T. lIICMln Is kituated within a few plyofccwand young wires.

.. ualer teal, teeny address, la t Orahta .erMkirs I Owter cntrKr*. Tax AMCSsor and Collector; hundred feet of the celebrated "'WhitetiulpherKjiring Mrs. Tyler, widow of the late ex-
plan Mated earelope,oa the receipt of sis lit John's County ((formerly known as theMagnolia
aloe, Grits,.IleckerVFlour in 11.11 Precedent Tyler is ton n twit w the
.tats, "I.'posujco Also Dr.CalwweU'4 2nd Snu Hprni,)distant from Jaeksoa. -
February, J'Gi.
%Manuje ue1I.N price 26ctmuu Buckwheat, Farina, Corn Starch, The abate ale Is postponed to Moadsy rife,about thl.ty miles. All the KJrakers Peninsula in Virgina, with the view '

'"- .Adilrmibs imbltshers, Barley, Flssseed,Tapioca, &gu; ;Arrow the nrd-June. stop U ibis point, as they psts up and ot seeking the improvement of her .

CUJU-cTdKLINE & CO. .. I !lout. A. D.KOOERO, down the rlTe,. plantations and estates on the James }

'JI7Bo1i-en.Jr..r$ B. J-:. CAIUl. Sheriff4nl llt-olbclo, having remoTed from St. Alfg'II'tlno to river.
Post UCSeo Dos 4.W6. : the above Houre, the of old
Ie. Aquc1at PcL tcK 1$ tie Ij.'PLOUGHS 1 Augustine, 'eb. U,1gL7., ." Tsx Araaeoe end Coiltciorj lla. frivQ,Is .pocttuU'.oIidledud my that or .
St. John's County A OAliD.TO .
lays",1FG7. U nanny new ones U may be pleased to .
ft. AND CORN MILLS.'Girded 5 Blob choice Carolina Kicc 5 Ills! ). call oa me. ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCERN.

Uoei&offtt:: la Garden ,Freah Grits, 8 hula ...l Apples. : Mrs. 8. A. EATON.St. the military bin .
CROCKERY HARDWARE Augustine. Jan. 6, H67. Notwithstanding
B. K CAUU. ,
: .ea, lliugc*, 1'loagh I ,pasted<< Congress
.\pn127 1887. -- w"ktlliproMH to keep our stock welt
V oi.u Iron Kctila Urtttt SborcU WOODWARE. up.
.. Now at Retail, Choice Family Sop. n the Jroctry lino. fresh Invoices of
ad 8 *'a, STATIONARY.tetter Iron and Brass Sifters, flatten, plies, Stewarts refined Syrup, Mnvtanl the.'diokevt: edibtee! and drinkables are

,4 n. !CAIUU. .. I irhf brooms, Parlor Matches.Tubs,1WU' Vinegar, Farina, Cum jSurcb, received htbdoDladal,. W. propose, to
Fcbtoary,9'l867. Koto aadf oUcap Piper; It bed cords Wueb Boards Scrubbing keep conctantlv on hand palatal lit Jlative*
+ Fbx Seed" Flour '
Ispioca Barley
r', and yellow Eanlcpea; Pens,Ink and inkstands ; cl the most seductive character. The ut
) -. .. brushes Rupe IwUi tag Pius IRat Uriu. D. J.CAVIL
aa4 fhyisg cards. CorD, most sedulity will be displayed by the
'PO\VDEB.SHOTCAPlJ'J.1NTS. *4n<1l II I CARR f Traps BlacVtng, Brushes, Slice I ')1I14,18G7. member* of the.tirm to satisfy iho wildcat

lEAD,GUN TUBES ic.I. Traps, Blacking. Stoel\ Traps $aw vagaries ol eualOlDe. Any one des -
ASSORTED CtpclEtr. ., Bucks,Mortars, llaUTwInceucctts, Small rieees very choice Breakfast .,.,... of saving fife per cent can do ro by

'. Ualf Kegs Powder;'Qnarter Kegs Ewers and Bisias. .Chamber Bbwlr AswrtedWoodBowls. Bacon, tdoieq i'pIton Market llama, droppingiaatour store In fit. George
rowder Street Just north1 of fit. Ilary'sConvea,
canister Rifle Powder
Saucer Tin
PlatesCops paw B.E.CARR.
Leaf LaM. !!.: Jo
opened. i GEORGE 8. GREE U.
Sporting Powder Bock, Pack,8portJieg baking Dlshts, Tea Pots *c.Aug. .. keelb
Eo CAIUL ICth 1867.Errors .
. Shut l Ast&rtad sixes Powder CROCKERY.t IIARDWARE.Hardware. May Ii. lSt7.
FUtki ShotU tii Got Screws, &c. I ,
of Youth.
CORXSTARCU FARINA. Crockery Wood.rre .
r Be AnlL ,
&co hollow.. ... J\ u1es. Pots SEiOLITZE POWDERS.CO Gentleman who suffered for years
Ftlnttiy,9.180T. I' Barley, tapioca Fl&z-eed. TiD.w,,,,, A
... I D..G. CARR.I Shelf Goods Fancy Gcofe, Station Casior from Nervous Debility, Premature
lc. ,aad all the effects of youthful la* .
: BT. .ECH, BLUEING, te. I Feb. 1C. 1867. try, Drugs? Paints &c. Oil, Epeom' Salts, Seen, Bolpher, discretion y will for the sake of suffering !

80 crc4 B, E. ARR. Salar t_, Camphor. Gnm-table, humanity, stash free lo all who need it,
? Starcn Sol SWt.
Btu Indigo, 15 Bbb'lriah Potatoes just bml- St. Afcgustine. Feb. 2, 1867, Itdto. D. H. VAUlt, be I'fciraad directions for making the
Blue, JJlaeiag la dati, Ia- prime order. Untie remedy by which ho was cured. ,
ntBaklDg.Soda.. log t -Ja,4, 18G7. luneres wishing to profit by the advertiser's "
E. oiL;
t..lv.den. B. CAiUisrt a CAIlILApril:7 KEROSENE:, IN TIN C .*if S. experience, can do so by* sddress-

f )Jlft1a1861.' 1868.. Candle,Adgtt ntice, Lamp wcks.Shades SYRUP3IOLASSE3ATRETAIL.' tog, In perfect confidence,. i

Ground Uf ffce nt Retail, wholesale{ I Leap,Tubes, candle Sticks, G rfhd West Iffdiet MolasscircrynJeofor 43 Cedar JOIIN 8tre.D.OQDEN.", New Tort.Itay ,
PICKLES. Variety I orted. B. E. CARR-. \ Ginger Cake and 1867.-1 .
making .
price &t ct*..|*r pound ,Moatard, March ?th 1867.
,t1 ,' CSJCBCC Pepper. JJUck Pepper ; Beer: at Retail 9100 per gallon,

;- 1aited Allots, laUD", Cloth, strong pure Cayenne Pepper, Choice Florida Syrup: 60 ct*. per gallon, Coodedwd Milk, Swft Oil, Pep.

, .j ,attL&es 'I. Flour, Cracker, Pilot Bread, Batter, .. .. SUNDRIES.Salt Crasled ud CofFee Sugar. per Sauce, Chocolate Crackers, PilwMay '

I. U. E, tnuL. Lara, 0"B.' K.C ARK. Pork,Lard,Butter,Crackers.B. 'J). E. CARL Brad,Q c.. is.:E. CA"L j'

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a x,Mtiif exaataer. :, Wfee8h0ttl4. fce Trailed byI asBa&ity, reqwresBore&aaaa.r* use !I them on the tAttlefie'J *bW the fiht i. '[Frog the F'srds hrlcr' .
dleFI'Cta-ea7: of tbe great principle efpaUaa&ropy asa raging but when the titt-rs IW the via D%. lIvLwu Srmt, Major ti

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA, j 1I .. political: lever, tad this la,however, si-: :I quisled bate retired frwa die' Boo ain this City,dli: oa the tfth f MI, a bi
': (From tk*Mobil."TimKjBut that Mr. Utcola did for the black race. .. acne ot CODI1n. bl the dJa light of residence,of Ccarestbo of the
j TI.A.Y.JOY.l"I"7} the bYe kwar rolled .Ga. ru. Thus, neat to Goi, the Iretdaiea owe the b'.wial.tu.lik. wolves iM jftttels. Brain.
Tbe raYh&as
=I f t ilitacec tnfa1med the mOl cf the theIr new status to cirosamaace which they visit the field of death anl boll their : adopts by UM CUj
that the Ker.FfctEMA .J.
We lean
Ibi' I i''S otb, whale ecrrtiiaikf feeling ef a simple coaplieoce with bU fret j-rocla- revels over the tletdiag corpses Council express the stctiaeat of car
rot O Trinity Church dintust invaded. Northern miaJ. nation might bat so altered.as to leave This is the class which, held la equal ctue&a at the irreparable La, they .

New York,< was elected Epbeopa! tliishopoftheUioceaeof Tbes=and t&ea for tat'int tint-(lit the question wbenhefound it,asd where abhorrence by the victor sad tartaff Ituula "in" b!*- deitb. Tie City,.

Florida b1 the ,; resiiest thnatetred.sboUtlan: of:aatery bo slated ia Lie first. message, be wo qaithed now darkly move amongst tberecent Council, t1.! asacci: fraternity: aida

Contention which met to Tallabaaaee M a coercivt b asar and only aplfitt Cling to leave It. freedmen of the South and incite large "ODCUH of people ushed
! Jut week. I I i$iio actuSy ia anu apiut the Ceojtnl As w Curacreu latlf; it *** them to deeds of violence, to disorder u
... ',. ,; ; Ooverame&i. This was, It we'rtarnUr ty bit masterly band, it fvlloweU-aai and contempt of law, and tell them paying funeral boon to the taem,rs
10 Eiladoeio Pallicierbaa beta rifbt, i&JQ11.: iced tie termBarked utter -bhalathe direction of that there is no right a black maa hlloual of tilt dtftiorulalei. d *ii. oJ 7

ftottinate by the Collector M keeper fir tat Uflktioa af this pesihyu patU aSairs unfortunately cutoff ty bismartyr4 I.mpect. u the whole.m1l -forcu : .

of the Light Howe on Anastacia | a J'tWt-IA tie diisrleta ia iatuttetloti death so wantonly and savagely of the country are up and la area to : Caa111e11: Fneeedirn; a.At .i.

1 J.! .Dd. : vu Shed tithe first of JacArj, disastrous to the ioutb, at the time "hen avenge their wrongs : I. a called meeting of (;(,unil
; .. '19.3,fife Bic&Uia Ut r, durlnj which any the South bad oo tttteh to expect from But. if you tit those vCe'scritllers, convened on Tuetdir TtDiD .Ma
M u-s..twe it i*veil known that bisaear those base &CU..b& have doneto 7th 1:67 the Council
.. Owing to the report of the 'npattalnW. waa at liberty to *a eBU "" they at Chamber
, .oomeenoIGtJl.GuXt"t wLo property ia ilavea or otherwise,. f yai&py \twt'! .itJa joy at the restoration free the slaves, t.tirrtcGl'J will only Citv'of Jck: Auville. '
i reMuaciaf tae, ackeae .f aeeea of the Vnion, was opea to tbo most literal show that, aa occasion permitted they Present, UU Honor WM. GP.O-
recently ruite4 this port, the HeadQuarters I aloa. I IWa inspirations, and the most merciful lilt of either abused or flattered him fired off THE, Mayor pewter ; Alden&cn. '

f' bate heeD ordered to be' leave it to nay freedman,lauHlftater the victory bo attributed to ..,.,WCACt him and felt bias pockets Dicier than hi' E. P. Webster.. J', D Cud, Chu! .

removed to Jacksonville.! ala Ui, did Mr.U&co*chow then any more than to his own exertion / ?wrong" Slagvr.! J. Sammis. Q. 5i. Snow

' 1" : Verily feotiusg b stable ia military gamy for%&, or did he net wary This, freedom WM not bestowed ty1ekber ADd yet It is to such mea tad the like and Jas. Lirin, itoo. Abaent. Alderman .
ifair* 1 oa. him u allllt1t tool, whose freedom Mr. Uaeola or the Coma of the cf tA ea tbat, the freedman ia asked to John Clark.
... Itnitd. 4qeacIN DO& OD silken humsnIty Caited fitatea. tutcader the .dispeaas. trust, to look up for- the protection i but lib llotion the Mayor pm..q......
Ill' We are glad to tee that the I ,rtliflan, pallaairopuj,but simply tioa of Cod--by events over whisk they above 13.to bring bit bard earned dollar stand tu thi. I3"cord, tbat watt Ia

Schooner John T. fpragae baa com i the necessities of the aoaeat, and Bell fco coatrvL that bo may Lave justice. Justice of painful duty t-> him specially Coo COD.

i&enced regahr trip between Jack ready be exalted or eacrificedia accor. Now, as to the doctoral franchise so what! When ant where ever reigned rene this bwrd, and announce to
theta the dtc."CaM
much valued by tboireoioteaaad oo ia- of our much e**
daaeewitbtbewA&uof has policy. and more peace harmony coaeord, than
aonville utI this City. We hope at teemed and beloved fcllow-citixea
4 cotta oafotmhy with uy tclprtadpl! differently appreciated by their former present between two races or two elasus
oar neighbor fa Jacksonville and HULMU STCCLC the Hommble
And eras when\h.ermJUO"1. owners was, at any time during tbo war, of men?
citizens here will roiitt Mayor of this city. .b<> died at bU!
our our this esUmatod boon of or
arrited over spoken .
IMS --dil be tune a sweeping Who dyes not 1M taat the fame interVourse residence this
'home enterprise and give her all the dtclaratioa ef caaadpatioa: ? No. Heiaatraeted waa it even over mentioned as a condition wbict prevailed before the war tune o'clock.mvrning at a quarter;

freight she can. ""'1' _l; the militaicomaaa. precedent ia the previous ame&daeata to hi over since prevailed alike? Does Dot past Iii Hyawr the
Um .
.. the constitution looking to a final reconstruction pm.
4en of the cI1Itricta ill nanreedon to ex the former slave work alongside of theformermastert then rccotueaded that tbu Burl .
Dr. OLiVEto writs from Orangebttrg .
? No. HAIl it brew conanteal t
tad the fro' 1OD1 efhla" froc1datloD u Does not the old family take such action in the premiac aa
t 8. C., that be recently it- ftpeaalij to aH the matte men who with the dignity of the tHmtii to accep I II I servant reside! under the ewe old roof: may Le appropriate U this aolema!

tended, a pie. is there, which.. were then.ia actaal faitleipaiioa with the the Xl>'tb Amtftdment, ... not the.,.... i Is not the innocent tty entrusted to his occuu>u.WLertupua. ,

given in honor. of ma aged. couple, rtbtHioa! chine of the black'man eosplctely |eft oas faithful black nurse with tbs same confidence .ti.lezwan WebittroffirrJ

mideou of that plaee. The beau Wu this pbaafitkro r 01'polity? And of view : W asitnottbeauiduierepro* i I as before ? Oo ... bar our dooti the f4lnwing re* end the time dd time again, after that periodic posed to leavo to the States severally the at night and stop on cur arms! Ire we Jtl' ml. That io the death of our
mi eighty-four
Uarjlaad, ia Kentucky ia lliiaouri tight to say wbo should or -b abwJ Dot mistrust and watch the freedmaa employed tuuch elatew, rue Mayor and fellow
eighty-two year of age aDd they ia Dt4are. ...lavei7 wu not oaly tolera- vote,simply reducing their Congresstota. by us any mie than we Old the sine citizen Dn. HOLME Situe the
were surrounded by two hundred and ud but actually protected, and aOltarjeomsaadera representation to the ratio of the loCh... owned t/as? DoarJ ban 1st ita Dvt efficient

aixty.fivo descendant. Treaty-five eali Ua| slaves for the army voting population accepted by them And yet,the wretches who kept away tuembor; the City rjacktonvii! a

of tbeir 4eaeen4acta bare died, wen repaired to give proper eertiflcaiet When' was the black taro franchise from..field danger circulate a not get 1t.11,1SJ and active ndtocate rf its

making the whole number two boo to their owners, which tttro to sires U then? Bold, bartered, given away for the freedmen and tell them to remember. true- iufctvftts- and a tried and fiith*
jlred and TbU evide&tot of their claim against the Got the sake of securing in Congress ail overwhelming nay to avenge their. wroagt : Aad tbeIrtedaea ful fr etsd.leutd. .
! :t.u ninety. worthy couple e-Txroent for the forcible taking away of majority in fat or wf the. Nortb- tools on .Uh perfect u&cwasciou 1!halts a totimcny of
i certainly! obeyed tbe first com'lie dates and thus the te4 ur for cur late Chief: tv-h
what be, President Lincoln,itill cootideredafit era cv&trolluig neu and raniscka hat mciuvry to rci-pwt
,n".arl fruitful. std! multiply, sad proper eutject of private teal policy ia favor ot tae deiuMoM c&14.4. UiMover wbattboit wroop ate wtcu be b..acr 114C u.cUI"-n *.r the Cvunoil

,rid rrplrnhh! the earth: owner lLip.Jlo. ... pvtectitewl.cy iuL<,ut.. industry." U a.J:, tv Avenge, bIt fi.Ji raises it.f. rili'fiat :ac cju.l b.d:e of turuusr *

A .don the t'ack: wan of Mi,.ouH. I .a' 1M lAo' etfrM ttbe =vwi t..6. Bat uen..J.un Las "v ad b.jod- : titltiyder,.
f "...c.ld.I..t.ld..nt, Kentucky>"'USitre and 3i rjrUa4: LUlhUkhj4vfpIU roil w lo.l iiM.u4 aiwUMrJ iu Ire alM.it ; lie, tie wants I r, .n pal, was,. u:- failed. 'ihat. a pjre cf tl.tj

;1 (jh I'riday th? 10th i i".a. while tturoj.j? Alr.. Lincoln nation acurrr" purding seut.weut uipvauluo ..., io". ,.-",-. rem-tal> u.t... <" .... 10&.,. J,J.n t/. ... -:sI ti ;a'r l4Ir.. jf
: Mr. Axro.MO J'oxccuu-l' hit twoS then dreamt the Nave!s fr *tiwa or M* tv tstrrwt .:.."rl:., tie 6.t 1. ... tel ail l.el..airb haw It 4 I... M ..'s tat I L. ., i.U .;ci.; ,.la vt '-Jf *.N..r a.1.6t ,

r f; >M were hubliuj judo m@rtir! of thee the pr.erratloa *T tlte lulbu: at oj pane JU'IIltUW' that luNonL. u.eoatrtstein ,. t 1.:% ,"Q:''"c.., h :u vo tin .I a.tL;.. et ,, .!.+.*. ...'. TLai Vii 'I+rfty buTd tt' '
price JW "fl'V16r1d. al thr west..+J t. fa, .., ; : ...". u.tr..ut. ysrai.eter ., : .
tj.tr. ('
t/ tbellb'ttcd up a nc of t; "'** in iIto.i..I&.h ii
.. ft not t'toft a ftVorite >ijlig of be ..j.hl.u ut Avatltvru re: |>ii, n.u%> ... -... L' MI.,rr.a..e .( ........ 6 .
the win fired at the ai.iru-,1.; which Mr; het.t.l r wiui'.i. .. w r ' bli "The L'aJon Vi cob llaft'1.I |<"iil.;. ."III.ll1.l.w. *!/ '''.'*tuvir 1'''''''r, I .JuC sad Lae.. itl. H4 ail tLm I jr j r jr : t :LJ t v'i ...'.4 *..sits >L i-r ral': .. ,
i i :lieu created the road: ; .tbinViug that but the anon; 'at any pile:' brit; U.OM 11,.. l..t start t. *tcure U..- ; liigafr.!. M Mire be ..J&:1k..i.'l: a lira ..... !h.: ., ':"1'I:' t'..:a: 1

r ),;, father war behind lutu, ho fired What WM tbea parataount ia bU ruin 1, |<,Mer, to .114'I.t i<* coatiul the I'.t1.1 G'.1 th.1 such... rte ot t b.. t4a.l' rt-.J..U..L' t\: ,, LLi 1', IL: rush..' ..f

; ngjiu ; un advancing to *e?,the effect ibe alavr or tbo I'nioa! Mad wbH. Lea erlA "...t4t Tate by wuat iKy bought I L.lwu tttLo.t HWt" "u tLc earl: ci.1 the Ctrmu- at...: I'JI/tat.Vi u: 11.3'p

of bit shot, be was upried to dia *read/ to girt up she .tauM rf lie a ould te iu &nlllOfti.m with'I-&I.&C vutl teclaio: of bis Ufe. ;.:; .r .

t 'erircr. his father,ia front of him. The sin" for tbo tike of the L'aiva, be never wf tbo ouib,ru bat! ,.. Tw bin: .L.turns laud!,.Lira: be iau" t tnstia l: :wd, Hut the :,:mbr! 5.

Ij old gentleman wa}Handing perfectlyerect was willing to fire up the Union for the How touch they were dcluied in ibis tively turn fur a4tc., Mid even 11 ':* cu if-ss jrctivi ,
and being asked his t&keoftheiUve! What gratitude does bas already teen made apparent, ia many protection against the whurw seeking i ally are mpcctfullyinvitcJto.ttei.J
uo by lOa the black man owe Mr. Lincoln oa this placet'at the South, where the freedmea ; devour his substance, and those who only iiin JDcr.1.
why be diJ! not vhoot' at the deer be ground? guided: ty shier own loocIlu:1Dcu. bare held his freedom as tie price at which they* : .Retrhvf. That the Ccuneil roombe -

mearlyaaiJ; -uiny son I atn wounded' But when the prolongation of the stro- contemptuously !ignored their pretendednew : were .wiling. tuy their succes. I draj-c iu mourning fir the space

; < and then laid down and died. A file, iu fterceaeat, Ua desperate energy friends and stood ty those whom past : Let, therefore, every one unite ia aa of thirty days.
! : 5'n?; le buck loot had penetrated nU showed f6 tbs world that the tfoutb' was associations bad learnt them to esteem* earnest and sincere ','ore.o perpetual R'j aitlred. That the Merchant cf

breast,just above the beart. Mr.I terribly earnest,did Mr. Lincoln remaiaatisaed Although jRac'ed in a relatively Inferior and strengthen tbess natural toads of this City out of respect for oar late
" with bU levies an salsa, his for- position. Then, it was not the love of the uniontletthe freedmaa. if bo wants to esteemed Mayor and feJJ .. itiftD. '
I PONCE lived about ten milea tjorth .
be close
requested to their store and
elfin enlistments hit cxtraTsgant bounties, freedman which induced radical ma. tttow his gratitude tender it to the
r] t>f tbo city, lie was very hospitable, or did be not tell the slave that bo was jority to insist upon putting bis bands soldier who, ia obedience to the call placef business daring the after.nu. -

: j whoever passed that way waa web also to figbt for the boon of freedom! the ballot, u they bad before put the or/airy and honor, fought side ty aide of from trro to aeYea o'clock, P.M. .

; : corned to bit board. And,wbat was tbe result? that upwardsf bayonet,and to them for ibis boon, the with m. but today seeks no reward ao .Which, WcdoeaJay resolution May *th, 1667.uaanimotuly

I: I Ilia family baa the deepest nympa- two hundred and nftjr thousand blacks freedman indebted solely to the ua.touaiil office, and no plunder, bal who oo the adopted, whereupon ware Council-

!. i; chits of the community in their great wen torn away fro s their Tanuliea and ambition and overruling spirit contrary, looks down with lath and eon- then adjourned, until tomorrow, at
east into the ranks to be mowed down blCoDt..n ef the Nortb and East. the miserable adventurers
af@ictioa. tempt four o'clock P. )I., for the purpose cf
I < ,nsetasly slaughtered bo- Isuy other proof needed! Look at seek to reap the rule of a victory they paying tbe last tribute of respect to
:. ... The following extract from fore the ramparts of Port Hudson, or the action of the several Kortbera and have not gained.' the deceased, ia accordance with

J ''a rpeech delivered by GOT. Oett of woatonl/sacrificed the turning mines Western legislatures, which within bat a And BOW la the time for the freedman abate the Resolutions
ofPetersborg! Waa not this a price big few days past, hays, by overwhelming .
i youth OhiohIas ,)1.GROT1IE fm.
,W0f0 the Charke- to show the same* feeling of reciprocal ,Major pro
'f eaoufh for tbeir freedom and for w.lch-
majorities rejected black suffrage bow L.
E. UOLMM Clerk.U.uuo.We .
coatdeaeeto Jail fbrmer which
Bowd of Trade ..end mister
ton .
: we tovery after Cod-tbey only are indebted to ever Insignificant ia number that suffrage .. r
; thai showed him
Butter .
during war.
I colored Totet: &Ma.t1. premised to bit tad this peescreph ia .
GOT. Orr laid: "Wben'the cmia- I Does the freedman know .the terrible ftaa the great radical State cf Ohio. wbea wboJ.ltd1ou depopulated cf the of aQ country atle-todled wencompletely several excbaage papers: Min Aaaa I)..

nary comes hero from the ''State of price bo baa paid for that freedom! Wo the home of Senator Sherman, the author the & Lieutenant eldest
and mothers
mea our wives, of GUm Bardee.
our oar
New York Maaaacboaettf or Ohio can tell him-and tell bin with Gen. I wined
: of the very military taw which baa forced children,left ia charge of cur slaves, and to ta* altar ea the nth 11&.. ty
: and to the black man ewe are Grant U our authority-bo baa paid the
aye I. the elective franchise on the freedom when those sUVe dust only worked for Major K. i;. Cbamtli, a distinguished
your friend; we are ping to take I penalty of. one million lives the lives cf even the great State of Ohio, within less and supported, but'often protected them officer the Confederate State army
; care: of you ; rote with ua ; these hit aged father,cf his wife, cf hit darling than tea days bas crushed the at. The Richmond Time tells of a child i*
; ..white people cannot be trusted; I baby; starved oa the highways, and pcrisbing put What the whit man tbea thought of that city twelve months old. which has
confer the blacks within her
tempt to on
want our colored mea to to the black nun, let now the black maa one deep blue and OAt black eye. Its parents
cay they without even a sigh cf pity!
borders the petty privilege she hat imperiously think of the white under are deaf mutes The fstbers eyes art
man, and
.. emlaaarics to tbe Maaaacbuaetti men
Tab is what
: the black man baa paid, snatched frem the South! tine and the mother's black.
: that io South Carolina under tbii the guldence of aa aUwiso Providence.
and for which bo owes coining to Mr
In of this what does The Boston Post the of
presence gratitude sty* purchase
cur destinies will be linked in
law it matter not by whoa it waa ceo common
Lincoln or the Radical Coagresa cf the the freedman owe to Congress? None t Russian America gives us po.usuonoathn
effort towards
aDd .
passed every colored man, twenty. peace aarmoay.Objection aurora torealis.
Catted States. and less than none the States which
< u
one yea*'ot age i It entitled to Jill I 1 -aw' .v- Motile bas stricken the word ...hi.."
<> In ether words bad the slaves
of the
ballot, and that be would Dot be allotted compose that Congress, have uniformly bate bees made out of its city ordinance.
Booth risen by tbmlclvcs, and, unaided confirmed the stigma imprinted oa the
to Tote In Mauachnaettf un- 'to Military Head Quarters, in this '.I say. Patrick what are about,sweep'
write. }a a great servile war against their masters colored race, and denied it, la tbeir own State **
lea he could read and Say ,being located at St. Acgus- lug out the room! "No. answered br.
to the--11 of Ohio, who coses I they clgbt have secured their freedom limits, those rights they Lave so loudly tine-mthout reason, we thick. L'olSprigue 'in sweeping out the dirt and leavia;
hero for the purpow'of pivieg advice I at coo half the cost paid by them under proclaimed based oa humanity, justice desires to have aa little 'di.. the room."

aa to now you shall fdte, go back to the forced situate into bleb they and religion! pfa; of military authority a'a possibledurtag It is gtneraffly remarked ty travelers

Ohio, and enlighten the heathen were compelled to eater by the political Dill now there is another class claiming reconstruction, add tie b willing that the .the.HI.A .wheat crop looks splendid all over

there before you come bet, beeauaeno necessities of the North.. gratitude from the freedman-and that to leave the reins of goreriment scheme U erect
foot fa Richmond to
J black man there ia entitled td Why, then, is their gratitude duo to claw lithe least of all entitled to 11.1' ia in the hand of civil ofieera ao long oa the site of Warwick oa ft Oarksiiale's burnt .

, .YOU. Within the bat tbree weeks Mr. Lincoln er bia memory, when, apart that class of Political Vampires which follow u they guide with ao even band.. mill a mammoth cotton factory whirl&
New Jerae/-'phlo" and Michigan from his sympathies,nine cf bia public ia the track ct armies Co murder tbewounded 611 ion. will give employment(9 800 operatives.
',have .that the black BaD acts had eaaaeipatiea U aa object but to rob>> the iael-t. denounce .. A lady sometimes keeps charms ur *a
!fahall not vote under any circua* simply U a war measure! and persecute the living like the base Or '. Klan Bum was among the her watch guard; but it is more important
guests at the Burnett House,ia Cincinnati that she keeps watch and gusrdufoa her
..stance. whatever : To deserve tbe proud title of apostle of and cowardly vulture 'you never meet on the 4tb Instant. charms,

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.P, "{" UEAPQUAETEHS. DtsrsJcrefFtoafltAosTaiiaerU.MayI,18, ', THE NEWS. army are held in rea&eea sapport : w.ReWELL .1."L NOT 101.: I

a. 7.Ia Ricaiioxn May 9.-A serious Luxembourg. Bismftrk'declarei the ATTOR.NET AND COUNSELLOR AT .
i' I
, On tad after the20th; Inst. the SteamerDICTATOR I .
'P d" riot occ rred.this evening. A large situation more serious than hereto LAW.

ti"I crowd of Bcgaues gathered on Gary rote. ST AUGUSTINE FLA. I
1. '.,.:at to peace I seearU Wilt
%..uHteyilaUtaaadtxeeattth. civil street to ate the trial between the en. Rusts. ton Terting rnusketfl into. Office at Court Iloose. Leave Palatka OB SundayEreaiag. .

.4mt vy31wthroogbauge 1f.W: .glue, of BicliDODd and Wilmington>> breichloaders.CiiABLEST05. May 16th 1867. 6m. .

T t\trIQ.lIa.1onowlal,., eosaunden of which eou&tles will are report deftaed telfeeMBta4e ,. UeL,.fire companies. A fight took May 8.-The Con ; FLBRIBA 0011lE. tt 8 o'clock, tad

? artcriA. 7.the coadl* phc* and a Dfgro was arrested. The mention of the Republican party of .ekHaYIU. ea .eadayMesta
The Florida House will be opened from '
t Utsof their commands, udat all times mob of aegrocs rescued him, bat he South Carolina assembled here last : June bt for the reception of summer .
1 f. rfflCrtprtrapUT the infraction of law,and ia time for the tide on the Bar, and
.f' 'take. iacwiedy aS disturbers It the via agaia captured. Upon arrivingat night. Six out of forty tiro districts TUiiors.will be The 812,50:price board week for;tho summer Feraaadiaa act MeadajrAfteraeea .
per per person.
... saeet t. L. the upper elation house the negro in the State are represented. The' For a single person oceonyingta e .

1 .; fsusaia,Sim fietvWairo*,Boutxs, mob again rescued him, throwingparing delegates are almost exclusively colored I room day.$16,00 per week Vay board $9 after the arrival of the Trains.

.t,... trAsnuterox.CcpUla 0 stones at the{Alice. Captain A negro from Beaufort: leas per St. Avgustine May 18th 1867. 99F No extra ch&rcl"Throtgh
H. B.Oaasevoort.&th U.8 Are
Passengers by taking the Boston her up ,
"Ii' tiEery!, Brevet Major U.8. A.. lleadqttar Jenkins,of the police, two sergeants elected President U. 8, Mmhal'EpplDg trip to avoid night wwk.lllaD .
Real :
t;" un,fortfiarraacss,,PcnsacoU flubs, and ont private were I injured, two oi ,of Charleston, was the only Au tion- I. )1. CoiltTEB.

Pa. 1Ju&vt them _rlumd,. By this time the white man among the Vice Presi eer and Broker. April 18, ISG7.

i ,Cuawf, OiMent lasso mob Hd swelled to nearly a thousand dents. Several persons:i.clading THE UNDEHS'ONED WILL SELECT \

FLAwzxat. ,LKOK, WAXVIU*. Jarna* General Bchofield Miss colored the SCHOOL.
,\.! zest..KutIOSTAnn negroes sent up Harper, addressed pay particular attention to
Lieut. Cole .l F. F. F11nt,7tk V. 8.LI a company cf the 11th Regiment, Convention which adjourned &1H today. ADMINISTRATORS ENCOURAGED by solicitation of sever

ftatiji Ueadqoartera TtXlahastea, Fla. and came htatel fie spoke to the ECUTORS will establish a School
/ GUARDIANSANB on 0u George street, near the house of
gur>Laoti.dctrAaaeLUAttrt'rsCo& *. mob, commanding them to disperse, WASHINGTON, May 8.-Mr Davis TJtUSTEES' SALES. Wm,Bayet, to be opened en the ISta of
a1A, BAaL 0 Maj. All the .....Ia.. of a thorough
but the order Was tot obeyed. The will o&dottbteily' be surrendered to
111.' .l.lwDresaa: .,Na 11. l- And will bay sad sen HEAL ESTATE English education will be taofat, and it
i'' I."I. : Breves Captaia U. & A.. BeadiMntiLaktCtty lOdi.-re. thoa charged bajoatlt the civil authorities oa Moafey.Ntw when requked to do MI and wm attend will...'a1 aim, by strict attention sad

t .Flt, and drore then away. More soldiers ALBANY,IND.,May 8.-The salts.Ia say part of fit Jehn's County. discipline vtacement to ia lead their the studies.pupHl to a fast ad >

Cspteali..AUCBCA Lrrv Ka.IIO.. were seat to the station house aftef Democrats carried this .:city by six M. K. ANDREU. Fees for tuition will bt, for beginners,

j C E. &. Anus, 7th TJ. B. lafcatr night, and no riot ia now likely to hundred asjorky. 8t Augustine, Fla. $',00 per quarter Tor cdvaaced pupils, '
rO/laavm6 50,00 per quarter; for Latla sad Spanish
/, undgsarEs Flat I i
ft, occur. Daring the progress of the L&f.AV'T1TM FOB BALD lestoat 92,00 per quarter will bt added to

I DCVAI Cut FrntasuCapttlaC. I, mob they surrounded a house la ls"Preed. .M BaTL the above, half of the feet to be paid at 1 j
.C. tttwa 7th C.S Infantry, hundred and fifty acres of ham the beginning and the other half at the I
which whitd had taken Two
it I1iarten' ;, Jftcksoavde, Fit.e. a boy : refuge RICHMOND,May 11.-The tteaaer std,.had, which has eon tad of each quarter.
.f4 ? nd clamored for him until he came John Sylvester, with Mr. Davis oa auterablscederaponlti situated on the 00. subscription It* I It opened at ,
1AlI&If, Toeol road, about five miles from fit. An a store of George Greene and B. V. '
The took him in !
j Ct talaAloasoA.Colt,7iBU.' : 8. la- out. police charge. board arrived this Aer&ooa atfeslf- fasttae. Balsam.

I >, tmtrlv,r et Major C. 8.Army, BeadFenuadjaa The* negroes laid he had. a slung past five o'clock. ALSO GEORGE 0I OPLE.

........ Fla.fr. shot Oa the t Ip Mr:Davis WM Eighty seta of Live Oak hammock St. Augustine )l1111..1M7.
T. situated en Moakrie Creek,five miles from
.least, VOWSIA., OaAiat.1UtvA.tp, Wilmington, Del, fire- com and as he had no guard, St. Aogostiae. There are upon it about To Consumptives.

RAGS.PpsCastt pang hare been received by our fire* walked freely fcfeottt\ the boat, eon ado trees satiable for timber for large advertiser, having been restored
Pie .
> 'AapadD" stud vessels. THE
Iit.bcra tuea. They leave for home to-nlght. verting with the passengers. who For particulars Inquire of health in a few weeks by, a very e
simple remedy, after hating suffered for
littaiveo.8olcnu.IIttLuoao, Potk, llictmoND, May 8,-It Is now on were all noxious to speak to him. He I r U. n. A DnEt1. sercraljrears with severe&UDlaI"tet1oa.
dentood that Mr. Chase will arrire 8L Augustine, April 2o,1367.Notice. and that dread disease
CapUla Rkhard Combs. 7ia U. 8. labatry said little about hit Imprisonment i CODlWDptla1aaD&loUl

Dmtt Major U.S, Army, Btadnanera here on Monday.Mr. bat spoke in terms of the warmest affection 'I: ferert the to meant make known of euro.to hit fellow tuf

Tamp., Fit.KST .1.. Chandler" the Prosecuting president Pierce, who PaosAVs Coca To all who desire it, he will send a copy

i I Warr Dtv Toarroat.Umeatttt Attorney, has not yet arrived. irked him on Thursday tat He 8f'L3oi Cocsrr } of with the the prescriptioaused directions for(fret of charge),
Colonel B. II. UiU 6th U. E.Peckadmkistrator of the goods preparing and
The United States Marshal
Unity said there was no for Job aiing the tame which they will find a
B, ArtiUvry, erm..rip41..0ntral U. man living chattels. credits and effects of
I R. Headquarters Key West Fit. received the following writ, and r whom he entertained a higher re. Soho Dick late of said County deceased teas BaoxcHiris craw for Core Coxsvxmos.,, ASTHMA. .
Cotttt and all
, IL Ills enjoined+ upoa all officers the leaves fur Nwiulk with it to-morrow i hating filed la nay office a written sugges* Throat and Lung Affections.
I MNWityVal\ propriety of giving\ a eor- gard. Uoaofthe Insolviag the Estate of the said Tbe only ;
Ii.;< dial eupport to tU Agents vI the Boreaitf KLht President of the United The ferowd around the Spotsweod I I John Dick which u indebted to an amount object of the advertiser in tending the ';
.. '. .... and Abandoned Prescription is to benfit the afflicted, and
Friiiam BCa&a Uri. lien bleary 8. lJl&r.ocuu greater than the valued tbetrof.
Hotel information
after spread which he
dispersed vainly waking conceive to
J..o4t> at the.aaw Iitse la.rlDlrttlpro- It is ordered that notice be published
vai.rigL..*LA p..1e.ss sawar t..u and to slay peraou or jnousctutadvuf tu see 31:. Davis. He has a private I I in the "St. Augustine Eiamtaer" a uews be invaluable and bt hopes every sufferer
n..,4Iu4 rssri I. cla d.es ,CI01tH'. b.aYiultb41 Jett l'1JCill Davis, paper la the City of St. Augustine and by will try his remedy, u it will cost them
parlor ami tales his meal! in his ,and
may prose a blessing. Par
lit, :.11. oJ aJ.t w ...t Uw wily be written notice M the Court House door ia
.ul ftc Itrwtua \\.vouiuitud;>> lull that j'qu i j tics wishing the prescription, rasa by
I.41.a l lutiittry cu toJ sourly own rooui. This evening he received j j said County lor all pence* having claims t
J r \a.......t .....,........J l.UI'.r. naue Uniy u! Jelfeniuu 1)4 vu, by the visits of hundred of I I, agaiaiU said Estate 10 app..r anti dip! tLe return mail, will. please addressREV. ,
j nearly a onr : EDWARD A. WILSON j
! J".s1'.Sriuaca ,
t.\; VUDSBi OL i tame witb the Judge of i'rulmt .f St.Juttu' .
C J'uu iuptlaane4 sod J'l&iioe, lu".1 citisens i e, Wfflttmsburg. King Co., New York. a
: I C. ttOiOKtlT.A.A.U. proiuiruMit ,amour tl'tm County MI car b.ior. the Mist day y
1'trs.t UotJor C.ti.d.....11.\ .. tt is sa.J, toother with use cruseof I the |lru.turIt .St, tlftl' Chufeh, of October pest 'aUllatni.a..d in the May 11,1867.--ly. j

fJ', Leritasl. 'hn.rn: UnKIiP A. .\. A.O. I. auch'ituprasuaweut ut d uett'ntiou, iI.y i J Jnauto heretic first received the news (ofth manner liven prescribed under my hD"by 'lea l ani official Seal EnonotYou I

j ..., ... -- u b4exr.r said Jrn"crson I| .* I.m l .Lill' uf Lve: ', lilies. There'IIi tilt ikO.l.y of April 18G.. Gentleman who suffered for '

,. '" :itl'Crol'rccehera.. Doris way U cited or charged be uo rittriition: un his uiovcuenti, and I II wUU% LOn l'lnLLII' A from Nervous Debility, Premature years
'J iut 1 kJ*,lclU'it t'rcwt, utij uiboth I Judge of I'robute.Ft. VeC1l1,and all the effects of youthftil ia-
tare circuit; Court: ol'tlo United
rUt...,., a paps[.f d+ilr." U to our I hi I ht thus liberty of the house, : Johns County Ft. discretion will for the take of suffering o.
'.n r t.I'U.IUjt thus egra l'teac"eh Staves for the District uf Virginia Rifituo.ND, May 12.: -Mr. Davis I I 8u: Augustine )"111. 18ci.etim.80UT.BJBN humanity tend free to all who need it, .

w i.uhtital' utiMMmaries. Jt ta/s at the next twiu there f. at Richmond rouiaiued at the Sputswood HoUl 1 all : :EXPRXM the simple recipe remedy and directions by which for he making cared.Sufferee the.
I "ia Vei;;biD;( the chances MS to in said D Jtrl?.,00 the second dsy,.and was called on, by a Large COMPANY. wishing profit' by the tdver
whether tae colored vote of the lit 1867 the User's experience, can do to by address
Monday May, ,at opening>> number of vlttiseoa. There is
Sooth wSi bai;)lidtj lad intelligent* no EXPRESS FORWARDERS.OFFICE tag, ia perfect confidence
i Ir cast fir the cause of trIJdOm, of the Court on that day, to du and guard over his movements. Several AT JOHN B.OODEf.
receive what shall then and there be I 43 Cedar Street New Tort. "
Utere b one Important seeney; that bouquets'were sent to him. BRAVO &. DUNHAM'S '
has been. ..Lei overlooked' the ia considered t.he..id Jefferson May 11. -ly.
pt concerning CHARLESTON, Hal 12.-Gen. On the Plaza. ">,
tteact of the colored preachers of the Davis.Witness. DaY GOODS :
Sickles has issued an order requiring RECEIVE AND FORWARD I.
Eoutb. The is confessedly a
religious heiag.negro Hia religion at Saloon P. Chase, our all persona concerned in the seizure ERFUMEItY. Drugs and Medicine

fraeaLeviagtoeeatariesofoDprt- Ohitf Jnsticoof the Supremo Court of any kind of real or personal property J TN connection with respnslble Express P Hats Capt Boots ucI&he8tAT10SERY. -. .
Companies Gold fiilrer. Currency .
I fuses aad darkness, b little inteUecta of the United States, this wist day of sequestrated by the Confederate valuable Packages and Freight of every Iron. Tin and wood Tare Crockery .

si!, let powerfully emotioaal and May, Government, to report, in writing, description for all parts of the United Glass and Hardware, for tale by ;
I ...... It sweeps sad target 1867."W.. H. BAaal'"Clerk States. G. 15t.1\T. ..
. daoap his whole nature,and utterly to headquarters, the amount and Through receipts given and Insurance. ';t. Augustine, Aug. 11. I860. '
Circuit CourtU.aDistofVa. effected when desired.
kind of the
property sequestrated,
, eoattroli It" ,
C..M. BRAVO. TO RE 1T.' .
1 Hore the black men &te told, says ." time and place of sequestration,with Agent j
Lots, Lands Tenements &t". 'j
tit Wih&lngtoa Jcornfcl that reli {. LONDON, Hay, 8.-The Peace the names of original owners and Et Augustine Feb. 23, 18G7. Houses JOJlf O. LONG .

OBS eathttaiasa+ b to be*used his religion in 'thektaestaofpsrtytbat Congress set ,_rcta1.. The fol.foTringaretlaniffleaV .., present holders. BRAVO & DUNHAM, bt. Augustine, March 16, 1867.

I feet tai tfrinf from Intelligent convMita : >f plenlpoten.tiariet WASHINGTON, Nay lI.-1M DEALERS RAT TR.\1)8. "

I f I ,.....hiD Iporant ndtetteat, tEnglandLord St. Augustine, Ntwaaatville and Spring Iron, assorted Wire Traps, ;

: i itieli tit the sharp demagogue, In Stanley,president} Tampa Bay land office .'" tbs t...of....Upauna"o" Rat Killer B. E. CARD
I t ,France, Prince De La Tour Avergae1Praala coaeoeidated at Tallahassee, Florida.Rer. ,
.......t.Nap ranistsrscu.rye Count Borustrob Austria1 u. Clothing Hats, Boots, Mi.rch9,1867. ''"<
the fitdieal jialfofai coocealtBj9ef Jnb W. Beokwith of New .
II" ,
..tlta>caof&tfioy Biblt. Count ,Oppolnyi } Russia, Baron I and Shoes; Drew't Map of Florida, views of .
Orleans was, on Saturday ,
are to coo trt tU hout of Uocl' into Broanow},Italy, Marquis D'Aulio } AAD' St. Augustine, Almanacs for 1867,
elected Bishop of the Episcopal Letter Paper EaTtefeaBlaek) aad
4 t MJora11eap. room, the taeramea Luxembourg, Baron Tornace; BeL General Commission
Ul auar low a table, and Church Georgia by the Convention Red Ink, HacillaM.. Oaa-Arabb, ,
asccrcUry glum M.Van de Wyer Netherlands Merchants. '
; ,
Lead Pencil Blank Book
the religious devotee into a fOlitJcall Baron iJenveUe. at M coD. ...Augustine, Flt,. .
I +saBvert.' At the .of all the I U. :
expense Aug. ly
.estoualitietoftho colored race is The proccodiogs ere'secret. This The New Orleans Crescent says --A AprU27, 1867.

the Waek IbM to be moulded Into much II known, however Franco is that in certain para of the city there NOTICE.A FOR SALE OR RENT.The .

II 1Ntna1DeD' for .L.tbecd; of the willing to accept,the dismantling 01Lu.tmburg u a split between the mulattoes and A parsons indebted to the estate of vacant lot known u the "Magno
-It&ak. llistucseat welfare if to it won't remain darker complexions, because those of JAmelia Perrault late of 6u John's ia Retreat."
I 1 he taerilced, and his future veil to a the lighter color wish to monopolize County deeeased art requeued to Aug. U. B. B. CARR. .:
.ow. menace PrumiawoD'I coned, unless the dees. make isaaedkte-payment. and all portent '
f:,t dettroyed. Let our black having ekUnt against said estate,are CORN STARCH! FARINA. :
I ; Pap beaus of preachers who la..1II.lra ill tM pert guarantee a settle- The Deader,a weekly paper owned requested: present the same duly tu ,
' term. ia politics. They meat binding>> them to fight If either and published in Charleston C.bya I thentictted within the time prescribed by Barley, Tapioca, Sago, Flax-Seed. ;

: han grows aj under the stiaistra* Franco or Prussia ,seek aggrandize company of colored citizens, is out ', law, or this notice win be pleaded in bar B. i! OARR. '

i tOr of divines whom they 'havt meet i tt that .direodo England in an editorial, warning'the colored I j'or: their recovery.A. )I.I>ELAFOSSE. Feb. 16. 1867. r
ifte ten the : men against northern adventurers
I on political rostrum,
I ..I-hots prueHri.who....'.dmrl.I hesitates to give the guarantee.The and once eeekers. 8u Augustine, April l'Administrator.18G7. 15 Bblt Irish Potatoes jut .land: "

if peitSeil retolattoas and art proainatttfiatitloe. session adjourned to enable A Scotch old maid who was asked to I lag prime order.

I meetleet, art verv
"I, i My ,tM .star of Fotney, from their respective Governments the late was, answered. ''Indeed. ID do weeks after data I will apply to the I April 27. 1867. .' .
; could ralwainaa.
.-jaad the Devil la the .nae ale thing: I never "cf Probate of 8U John's Countyfor
.tt-grests of their ,aetieg meantime war preparations proceed fee rajwlf and I mad" gang to raise. Letters administration on the estate Condensed Milk, Sweet Oil, Pep.per .'
I r ttssters.Bcbator man tor King George. of Peter alias. Peter Dawson Ute of I"
Franco is buying arms both in Doyle Sauce Chocolate, Crackers, PH.'
t Gnat and Doolittle are hoisted as ean* fit. John County deceased..
Sumner .
will toon pnbUsh a t-c. N. E. CARR
I Bread
! .. ehgirlBg a deseriptiot of Butsiaaaierics England and Spain. 3i Utci for 18;J8 I by the Colorado Tran- I FirnH. II. I.. HART. ,
I: .' ,. : Prussian troupe of the regular :ript. April 13. lei May .I..t8t


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,\"ul "814' IN Trusted byj:i t ;tud;that ihe/ear: l&til found bub i turtle buth sea aud tuck grabs, the ,11rtt. llAYE>,..May 1.-4&BO Leg. I I LOCUVILLI, May 1 G-C v u i iI

1..e'F.McIjafi living in peace, comfort and'mutual I J Ji bare right of which wwuld whale a Ula'.utc was organized to-d'sy. Rot. fitfual elect ions q g tft. Cruve's .
; deuce. W. bite now reached fife .j lIaItii'K. be din 1(.I 3a; .
i epicure,
: uity Kn luh iu hN The 5*1a
Yo. 1. ;: DCN':1gsa,* : jui'1, District, (out, th01laai
of the for little tu'e than the
I tress l : (From: the )Mobile Times.] !, ad4rn ourselves to the black msn.au : vouking llari claws (worth in New* nituitiou uC public Affairs is in every Black in the 7th, Knott, in the 4diZ.u

; A* the time na* come when by puhlit mind of him only to defile where- l |mrt list! vent jn-r | cck) {tcrtueatethvMuda ; respect h purtaut. He urges that, all Deuioeruta, elected. I4 ,propare....

: and private intercourse \'f'Cia"Iho two' Ood-fhoald hi* gratitude be ** thick a* (vUtoe' in a as citizen uf a common country, we tiou to the,Totes casts tle Dtmocnt

; rocea ifwDl be'necestary. tWr "r to the 1 1I I Mr. Lincoln'*election was : I well ruhivattd field ,11 tat to highwatir : should.strive to extinguish viudic- jc majuvitic are larger thaa, j.
witch have the I mark whilst the best uf.tll.tfr-, Lati i
cause brought tin present carried on the platform of ema:: live renntmrut engendered by the yeut_ t tlVaeutx0ox
f ,, of thw I I, I' iu obedience! to the J law ol adaption
: state cf tfcUtjs., a short review either forced or volunlet j.
camel and an enquiry Into the motivesof lib ;'urraDCf.lat, pledges'<<
.l the men who are said to Late originated canvas* which proceeded it-hit .cwUl"If'the rupinence 1.11 their biped of the Federal Connitu dicury CommUtee will waimeact 'i'

'J them becomes,,an imperious July, fur pondence, his pJitic: and private aduiirtw, arratigd thciutelvc* iu the duu aDd the integrity of the optional their* work on Moudav. ; *'.

|'ublie 'rpeakerand t writer: tk n*-& !. in fact clearly tat bltb mutt conveuicut heap of' a few honor. He states that the great object .It U tciteratodthatJastjro Cam'f
bushel each above low wattrmark f
The great question to be decided by however opposed in principle to the just and refuse
was not attained the Union to preside at Mr. Davis trial
10 that a butt can lay : ;g : i
the new c1u.t ultiillfn' 1110 whom are Tt>.iu* or rt n&t intbenewiy&ci
| aide, and be fated 'wiurut moving. i.i not f\.ll'r..od-tbat ten State are within! territory ruled by the DWi., I :
they indebted for their freedom and if territories, heproftsjfl .D.I"iD f\'t
The supply of thus way be rail to denied participation io tbe national tarI, '
that establish .
in examining question. wt teruibedtheiiM'"t profound respect t
' \fj::: that ender Ail that freedom bat LcfDF the in ttbtion cf tl 'Ul.\ctt'Te" be uiiliuiit d. 1 uui told that one Government by the action of Con Judge Underwood ycHterdjy 10*]; *

: the result and not tfce aim of th" acts (.fcertaia exUtinj anl UOTtcl that if ''!! at mats a tiJe.can load LaoJP&UIC.twcut)' LUfhel, too, *U t'thcri abufldunt. gras. He says such measures, if a writ of kultut coptw, directing tie t;

',' men, it *J11 rfjalrf bit little logic il v.properly would be as secure Canora, a hunter, (who }llro+ persisted in, will transform the He commanding officer at Fortress Jot>.l i i

to convince ihvn' that;fbelydett4 gratis interference as under Wgibirgton near Mr*. Bravos, ut wh'e ocxclloct public into a de j*>tism. He deems roo, to bring)1 r. Dine before 'aimoa / :;

tude to tbo,! ';'en is mutEirueeeleiatierywitlastiutel 'I'' self.UpM boarding house 1 aw DOW living.) the course of legislation pursued by the I3th: mat. .
by ici+ ..f IL that period the black man aud "
whose lithe aud agile jre.I"ul
step '
The writ ob ained
and rat t
Congress wbitlly.'jnwarrantable, by Ga
i pte.eatgeaeradoi, nor even by any ofth.feetwsizgeoera1iontwbkhpreeeded I sreaUyvtry.littlocauietOjbo Brat would have luruithed a "
.. ,. I Mr. Lincoln, whose philanthropy model fur hi* illustrious namcNuke, as fatal to the UiU and the Con Shea. It U understood tbst'th*writ. I Iwill i

1. (I. At the very origin oT'tMrmt'aft' simply an affair of latitude and IU bv which he might have iuipraved s'icution as.the iWtrine of secession be obeyed, and that Mr. fay '

Colonies, it was ief Ian ted upon theta ty and that, provided they shouldn't bit divine Ao'.lo:: has carried pout -that tbelc;;is'ution cf the Thirty will out be remanded to military ess-; 1 r t

< the Iurfeti cf New KngUnd. principally beyond certain liuuu, the slaves our dwr within_ the past twu week Ninth CUbg"C" to a large extent wily jTite t'
; from Massachusetts, who already calmed I II welonetuprupsgsteiaJetlnitely w Ira thjUMicnrrt shot '
no by hint ,
t Supreme Court i '
and in
series of eroded
< ; initiative on all change, Keli kiss, their rut mn boundaries, and,,", within a few uilen of the city. \Vil.l was a usurpation '
:: IVUUcaV; Moral sal Social I without'any sympathy from him turkics ab<,und iu the wood, beside fractious of too Constitution. lie bearing the injunction argument .

They organised, carried, on the slave party other game, incladip;;,. !J"Ol.liera-a arruc'sthat; Co grass W no more Judge Uuderwoud. District Atlk'; I

;trade and forcibly Introduced in all the On taking hit seal, Mr. Lincoln"' Lgaelaudlttutlc.iD.! chapo, and site IlOwer uadrr the IlUtitif iou to establish tome; Chaudlerand 31r. Davi ittorney

r r[Cootde't-ttCt' only the blackt they decoy the revolution in full blai-t and the ,very appropriately reprobated l>y a military governmtnte;; ia the Mr O'Conor are la this eitj:
!led from Africa-but even Indians whom eru Slates under arms ia deinct! of soup tureen. fpr the I
i of ouusultin
SC than institute
I Southern h" to an purple ; )Jr.
;II tb y.: exchanged against negroes in the ai-iAaa the laws cUbe COUall'1. "'. The eirjris fragrant: with roes and .
i Spanish COIunk.h Lit first tneage he not only sail' other fluwen. Orange tree abound I order of o bility iu England, and Sttnberry regarding a hal tui tfllJ'U '

Th* Southern settlements were more against slavery, but on the t.oDI and iu the bearing swoon the fruit claims that Congress assumed that i fur 'Mr. Davis. If the liurernaer; ,

t .''avcrselu tbe Introduction of thi* kind oj reiterated his previwu declarations look litvrally like i "apples of gold i 114t. power only fur the purpose i of more i chic a the writ, which is probablehil )

"tabor than U oXi>eO<".t.Colonies, and H the domestic institution* of the in pictures of silver." Sweet potatoes thoroughly; accomplishing the ub- | will be tendered and the prisoner
.. ; as big as a man's foot can be rclcas d.Tberr. I
the gr at tt-lk of tapoited f t&YtI' was shuuld be inspected tinder any version of' State authority; that if
;found at th. South U wa because the staneee.Whengulde. raised seemingly at all season and eicetnt!.v nuo ia tie
for those
Congress can legislate
,climate and toil rendered their labor more .l by a'desire to iu any quantity.: Havana;'tUughler-huusea whiebe uld Itcopied ,
.prutitabtewider thote latitudes than tothe bloody conHict then preparing-he The town contains fifteen hundred States, it Is not difficult to foresee a' with advantage eliewhere. A lavot '
or mors; inhabitant the houaca are like interference in other State aadar..res the city require the daily attendance
cold regions the .North. his and direct proclamation ,
ilye] mostly built of Coquina a kiud vf of a veterinary surgeon at the slaughter
The American revolution therefore in Kcbcllion," did ha ttrdttpeak of tt.tao ronipmed entirely, of 'I 1M II the right of the States to regu- house, to inspect every animal rrougat&t to !
r. j;found slavery legally established ia nearly I -emancipation, abolition? So; shells which U \\-JLe their internal: affairs in their own be slaughtered" iLusettectually freuaiiaj
tea quarried en an
4 r !,I .all Ihe rotates, although the greatest I be, en'the contrary, promised full, i Und opjHMite the city. The streetsare way he a cer.J1'.h. tLv sale vf unsound meat.
"": :number of slave* wai found at the South. plete: and unbounded amnesty freni .. The lit e rebel vessel Shenand&ih ks
uitotiy uanruw, some oftbciu not s i a* re>iime !1 f\k-u" the. triumph of the American He* penalty .whatever aid the strictest over twelve or fifteen feet .iJe-uud .ClitCKf'x .SroBY.-Hauk atrect u now at Uoutbay. ?Le baa been purcaaa* I
t jbelilen now called Revolution niinply be. lorcfiuciit of the law of the literally warm with vhiUn-u bath\ has tf't huiiMr of having a chi: .:*cu ed "lib. Sultan o TLnihar, to W used a*,
I j j <<:.aU"' *. was rtceettfol Constitution guaraatreingalltheir property to black und white aud iu about fjualnnji'lvn which at the nj.'c ol"th.ee days vruwcU ..pi ...u..lcIat.. SLewuanything MIl !

: vas ad't'tedi: : ia wM: '!t,"< I s-""*-the ri.'..ngprii returning peaceably to thiir home \ *. They ate generally pit-, repeatedly, to the tio little artMtbh* plnsurwltes"aal",.. .Li&l1 wUebahe .a* b.+IWII .

i : ufi'ut.rented f ua,l'i.ji.l.urujK'an graiiiuJ d J4.1lbe slave! owe him fr t urr.i vf' health aud happiness. *.5 yt Went uini wu"dtT of tho old: |' npic -
';uttcat and more riptcuJj .f |eal..ua I utter t-, barter the alleged rights if (rnjtiing. : ; aloi,...t to the lull& the Uiaot nod the yi uiJi:{ un the prcuiacn. 'i he I .Major F. H. Wisfali, on of ex-
:' England, slaves were f ,bi.ttJ..u !" lie, 1ft* I lU.hltlIZlUft.t. aiuiple return I.. i;: Loratti-e.' having hut little! to dui said VliicLen ww. 'list.:irJ aitlr u 'Senator Wi;:lali. i* travrliin btf
1 : }4.rtelfmin aitdat :iWly eleven Mare after Le tid(piiwi. cl"I. bUtktuau. ? and'I in;; iu tlit nu. 1 here ate s>o<.rc' cf being au iiruiuary 1 liuLiu,; cuickvu ... :. iii 1 !iuu>vji in Nvw Urinan* and .
th tt Oon_iituti .n. i ( To be Contrne'I. ) oil ruiu. ieLi.5niiix; iu the sit*, thu iti's iI'I\ci&r..lu-e in the nest ca'l8t il no inI; "d. !)'i.* Ijtbtr<< ;. n.d.n wGuLi
--- ...--, lllhacllt. 'tste '.. ; if ; 'd. I .
wait uf 'MIUUIU Mill rtiljdiiig, iijilu- t' ) I"e. n u4; ertitdlit
Hat the love of unlvrnal tretclolo late
ly exhibited b.-en aa a:rot; iu th< >'urthi I i j j If"I'1JIU.'h. .S:wp:itt llet ci.ry.i: dilt;;; Ji. 01a gutouy b.tilt t"'u. tits 'g he fe'.n tcK-u ..t.t''' h... wii.:: .\ little: *ioy< ..k.vl' is iii'.tacr'I'Lticli 'what!

..I I rrn wines an it Jaia'otl.... ..*umH to b*. I'| bra Al'Ul'STlNK 1'ia., aThe 'ba..f i:>iujM.riuUrct ii'I uti: T IK biftini r "I .u(*, l-.u ,.;r..u I Ihni. i'hi't.to-.d a" ; : 111.!.u'. :-tit u It.ilf'1
there then the I \fJril12 H. 1 i I the cite are ttic sea Trail built l>y i g .v V3 uu,cl. i-r ra. tyi; h ., Lcau to its lull it L.in.nt. near n-utii, rte.I .
was tolb'nj t; rrvrcut ,
erumett xusmliii.r. n all nr tu'ire iu I, ia.u. t imcd lie undated I .itrrhiu* ,tic! u in(n.ifit. I.ij:
.iibme ,. the:)1&:" were,U least Inpr.udpleequally aud unique town, reminds UJa' !' \\ ith tue-exi-cj-ti'.u uf a lev retail ten!+, wlKietu: vutleuMiu ot the I I rt..Uura I',C (:vt'*
iatercated. Nt-wjitirt a* it was sure iilty I I ; hoi whu wiuc'9lJ
there the line rule it.
stores u a-.tily uu bu Iut' idmgin juuthmlpr can a c w.-K iu Paris
that it was not even .o much to e<>"if,li* whiUt irotu its raro I .
ago rushed
St. Au;a,tiae, ahh .u;h I city away to iulurta hUtau'ly and tale three IticutU with situ fa
i anct with: the opinion of the work that it satins to need but the j I
\ if the
eircuuitauce. HI
: ; an tuvimcJ that: rxceedtugly: pry fie forty c nt* an hour iu 11; ;'(.
the. jirohlbitory measure*' against the and geuius (It"ouo ot the \ j I table minai'ivturcM wi lrt be .started wit'e.ami hi* <>M r-wk and the ewe The )lcxican Jl.gali"uat Wakhin-!
slave trade were adopted at a wise re. $V/nf/i, tit ruake-it "whatthat iu u great taticty cf article uude ui' pluJ'r'f of bin establishment went out ton hiss uuufficul iuiurnuti a that; I

I 1 vision against the too great increase of a sox is, within the next tatty year thewtrcgraMttud uhnettuf, an in. t.*at':sly their dwubt on the matter- 31aximillau: wa ti his tu> Mexico I
I"servile population." Sfouucr or later, tft. 'Auguatiue i exhaustible supply of which material Bad the thick rrowed for thoui.Jcntleuen City, having been wouuJed way ia the

.' ,. In 1790, six years after the full :eats b* doub lowly, destined to .tleM exist iu the vurnjuUiling: ; cuautry. ( ufstandiogwerocallcd in arm at Qae=retaro.
-lithmmt of the Republic the alavt popula- the Auicricaju what Capua was in Should a coupileot pemtn with a from the street to tee the prod icy- The
!.lion of tht 't'nli.d'Rtites via but little KouianKuipire-tie winter '' ti'hnnd.ed dollar capital establish and the chick crowed for tf.c=w. Lest lost their people of Cast Tennessee, have I
ot'thousand of invalid and .';'. the truth faith in the Hible prma le.
& of
: short 7UU.UUUI Importaiioo>> from Africa hiui.df iu this city.and devote his ate raordtnary nc- that there shall. be anutaer
added but lull tothatt 118rab., an f yet citixeus from the ,Nbttu, m '. teuttoti solely) to tbe buslucast 1 think cnrreuee i}>ay be questioned will flood since the never 4.
of health or rccrcatioo. 11 was he late thauhe chicken is the recent high water
be able
,* in 1600 the colored pcpulation e>xcecJe might soon to employ : property there.
'i four and a halt millions$ thus showing the near this city that 1'once de hundreds of women and children iu ot'thencfiior partuer cf the firm of j
tint disembarked in 151:, ia his the aud 31esr l'crkilUlf'D & Mooaui CaaiMoxix b honoref ]t
i platting manufacturing ot Lahweyer
!; wisdom of those who objected to afurtheIucreu. r mantic Confederate dead bate been eb.ened'iacarious '
search alter the tabled ,
I .r gruu aud palmetto b'ond---greatly to CVjchand; Harues Blakens No. V
: importation. which it pljes throughout the $"th. !tMemphis
was said by the )n ; his own and their advantage. 1 haveseen Itank ktrcct,.l.etoit-can tt) seen. 'captain Lsrxa. alter further
'How did however the Northermost
Cuba and ilispaniuU existed come specimens of both these The fact j States treat the slaves within their border wbcru oa these coast, ia which uttuulacturor made! by ladies cf Au-: Mr. Perktuson aud otheruDiu..pr2ci. and accepted aaiavitiiioabe a

1 and the keeping whom had really Lt.t l/ouplc by bathing, became gustino that: are mill beautiful Aat'' able witnesses.-fttmlttry JBsprtu.Dtafrtcta. present, and listened to a sertooa ta tie'

t "' tome burthen instead of a benefit ? ag-&lu.-.l be pvelip license that well a* eomo Spa nub. lace work. I r ... .. occasion ,
; Hid they Vmsaclpatt them No-rut v ibterpretatiou of the bcadtilul li among other. a handkerchief sonar I'esj.Miaatere fur die X.I1taJ7 A poo .1'OmI1) at Indianapolis, ia

j! Coin taut TO ins Fdtta, and with the tine language of the American by the lady of the house whcic 1 aui I order to save hertVlf aod children from
1 gold they realised hem that trade in hue diau u cuUtled to, l< Dot uveatd staying, that valued at forty dol. starvation, told I h.tr head hair to aa t
< man flesh, they built! up the magnificent in supposiug that the .t'1iu .rff, law, by ctiuipftctjt judges. A pcico The Wkvaiiugt; edifice of their prosperity to had its fountain ia th'.> utr,' worked by tiemtLe baud toxic the York IferaM lays that five dolUr" and fitly oeat v ,

Anl so utterly regardless were they o f I',than ia the earth ; and bettce ( highest premium at the (Vorld', Fairat paymasters the have ben districts appointed for 1) b estimated in New Orleans that

the alleged right of humanity due the i'onee's labors were oot aJtut. London, although brought in torn new military who will the loss to government, io the crate
bo with I
iu vain, as the lathing tic Lest charged the duty of disburs internal the destruction
*lavothatt lilt t4J ihiadsy, more than one petition with the ipectmcu* otKurope. iris all revenue,by !
half,the ( 'mtf..la' oWu11 lI.au.or&he phere of -\ugwdue'rrl.Labll t4 moneys for the expense of of this year's crop in LoU luaa, will ,
I. more renovating<< effect than ia ::employed under the five military mount to
N>*th havomvtr"repealed tbe !\Htl&fttro- 1 hope that sumo young men or 810,000.000 t
tai !..** on which was based the institution :, of any other spring or place on Y.'ODlf'O with weak lungs and a small The gjvcruorj. the It instated that Jou* W. Piuczcf
of slavery, On oy first arrival, i felt capital will take a hint from the f fore dill riCh following t,f the arc names and Jacksonville has been awarded the, t'
It it wa* only when emancipation wa ed to cavil at the -world going sad establish: themselves in St. ,Kim "iMrict : Rich mail contract from Gainesville tu Tompa. -
by the "orlel.forgot" anpect of Augustine in tuo line of bu/iue 1 Headquarters .
sot to eott.thtm any sacrifice that they mond Va .
T. H. Stanton.
ink which
city, alter a few day* have Indicated I. believe with
applied thtiwelvef to extend elsewhere; servation aud as Au English doctor sent in his bill
with proper industry, economy and perm to disconsolate wid-.w "for curio
what gratitude does the freedmen owe to demons Second District, Headquarters a ;
the descendant of thost who first snatch* thing like; was envy mingled and with that vensoce. they 'inoct fait in luakiagit Columbia., S. C., Paymaster J. "'. your husband till he died."
regret profitable alt concerned
to be
i eel th.1II from their native there*and sold inheritors of the clime ides Nic boll*; Modesty b a woman If like the ctlroo
prolonging thtr live.
-."; them into Southern bondage ?' rocky .oil of the Northcould not '1.OTQ truly Third District, Headquarters At. her cheek-decidedly! becumiaFianot

:: t Tans the present generation Uherltedalavery lithe something of the Ho raring Tnouiiy\u" It. (,AZAID.A lad", tiL, Paymaster };.D..J udd. put on.

W tht..bhtawa,se.a. mute, IIA sufficient for the day is the evil toAirth District Headquarter ,Two officers of the Fifth Artillery
I,':iII, black man U a servant, without either of"dispoitioaofthe people French scientific- men predict that ickiburg, Miss., Paymaster P. P. stationed at Fortress Monroe, ha4 anal
'; being responsible to the other for the con, tne. 0. Ihtl. $ercatVm oa Thursday about the ,
the summer of ISti will be cold
, _" ditlen to which. ho was placed and the With the circumscribed wants Filth District, $Headquarters New appointment o(one of them to the
-If'; sits of yesterday cannot look oa hb. simple of the descendaatj wet like that of Itib'G, and they base Orleans, La., Paymaster Nicholas command of K'j 'Vert, which the

r i former master u the direct author of the their Spanish and Minorcan > the prediction on the fact that }immense Vedder. other claimed as his due Blows were 1

' .e 4. wrongs h. his sustained, If any were la. tors, as well u'the blacks, eztet masses of ice hare broken or struck and ia the struck tL t J
dead suiiiloed.It labor seems wholly tmneccsary are about breakaway from the extreme Extra flour ia Utah.ielli for seven shoulder straps of one ff these .-*

'. .n'th4 rtlatin condition ofUrlaroaatary *- The adjacent waters abound Xortb, producing cold and dollars barrel. a uCalifcraia six dole torn off his coat.4 So serious injury .

'S I teptins4o: d"itnalnloa. and ...... many varieties of excellent fish vapor. tart wu done on eitaerride.-.Ver Jork
Herald, 20O.

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