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 25, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057499
oclc - 08790001
notis - AKP5525
lccn - sn 82014307
System ID: UF00048642:00042

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ST. AUGUSTINE: JOHN'S 25th 186? N0.42;'

k 't; t gl .t tlac Gzi< i.r. Notice. Notice.Tax Magnolia House, }:t.OACT PBE8C.NT TO Ills f'

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r-- *. ; I TYrirtatcrthtpower, in sue vested virtue of the .trID mo vetted Igl m11I well known House which has of m Printer to the 'Pope'-The Baltimore l. ,
J> bj law, t haft lerfea sad shall ;
i., I ;rOBLlSUED EVERf. SUII8DAY oner for Mlt on the Gta ant upon Monday lai Law, 1 have levied ulna and shall' i 1 been entirely offers renorateU and induce partlyreiurui.hed Son of Wednesday: ,
for sale Thursday the 2nd Jay now greater
over on
t..k 11ay neat in front of the Court Howe at froui t meats Yesterday, at tho publishing house
I May Dell 1807 In of the
st EattrBtiso between the usual Louri of H. f
salt House, "in the City of 8L Augustine To IAvali4t ml the traveling Public, of John Murphy & Co., No. 182
.' tkf foUowlaf 4 seribo I sale the foUo.ID West 13altintore tbero
.8t.loka"ee. tween the usual hours of- I -strect, were
R.Ancut.ac .
: w who tblt the "Ancient City, for healthor
""" 600 *described property to wit t packed preparatory to being sent to
of ,
F.... acres Uodl/tof West of Hill* 2006 pleasure, than any other in East Fieri
t II t.t v ?. borough Rrrtr. )Mosquito South Lagoon K. U. Young and Henry Young da, baring about SIXTY lloovs well Ten Koine, tn charge of Archbishop
in Hections 4: ,
being Township Rang*
tt Df' U Township 17, 8outh, Banjo 13. East tUated and warm,and ofer. three hundred Spalding, aa a present to his Holiness
/ of Volusia b.Liaptlae estate feet of WIAo the 'complete act of .:
Count Unless the Taxes and thereon Pope a -
Xif4er.f '; crapses Tbo it"'arirtefa'6&&sluS i* am wJis
ATTJUAS'Rl.ANIlREU 1 pJ4iflg'a. works
: ldfeoferot* ,
..... .11-.U.fWifUC tltpeitaeitbbrelitan i Hotel keeper, kaowa tie wanta of his '
"'.. .. i-ROFBIETORf, paid Uf..r, the'day of aal*. Sheriff A. D.and ROQEttO Ki-officio, guests, and pledget tlmself to give his ocUTD else, co&aotifig of a liteory t
of the Protestant Reformation
REUltEX their
MARSH undivided attention to eomtort. in
Tax Aueuor Collector
1'r' Hierlf ad Tax Collector. ; St.John's County.February His Table shall not bo surpassed by two volume; Theological Mucella*
ur BI UCtt1PVOY.oaeopy'oaeyeu. .
Volusl* Ceanty. >> ,2nd 18C7. 3m. any in this country.A pica two volumes, and Lectures on ,
:. '.3.00. >r.boUS 1fL7. The above sale Is postponed to Won day uooti Use or COACHES is sow Rrxxixo the Eridcncca of Catholicity, in one
N ** sit months, 00 I. raux ricotATA TO 1111 rucc.Iforsea
'. *. i .. tarootDonths, i'W: Notice. the Srd June. fur riding sal boats fur sailing volume. Accompanying these valuable ,

,' 03rX wbscriptloa ts"kea for loss than A. D. nOOERO.8b"ltI' can be had af any time work U a quarto volume, by a'
... .. Tax ftellee'...* Sale.BY and Ei'fficlo,
cL.._fl'It. *) JNU. C. BUFFINQTUX, number of a religious community,
Tav Assessor and Collector.
f-. A.K ftthwrifUeap wuit. bi paid la ads tIrtttt of tat powtr, in me rested 8e. Joha'a County. I'ropri'tor. done in beautifully executed scrip, .
'flat's l 1a..1 hojrf torta and skill It. Augustine, Fla./Aug.11,1864.FLORIDA
>j upon -
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May :. IHuTi having a magnificent
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i t TERMS 'OP ADVERTISING.AJtenlsmrttU May next la front of the Court llouw at I Notice. HOUSE, border of a distinct character whlltt
Enterprise: ltw.n the usual hours to i I the entire book U tastefully cmbel
will bo inserted. oltla.r.n..il' salt the following. described property. of\I I Taxtellecier'sj Kales HT. AtiifSTlXEFL.l.; lisped with various emblematical iI. .

term I win virtue oft he power m me rats!byLaw lB: undrrsieufd having taken the lustration of Chr tiaDitl' The

Tit dopers pet Sfjow of write tines lUX acres of bad la the County, of BY 1 lure Iwird tioti| and shall ,. ,, FLORIDA 1IOIHE.! I" this of the entire is
I tad tta 43tfor cadi Mbwxjucti!Insertion.Cstate e nd I' Crevk, in T.*'n.hlp .May next l&ti" in trout uf tilt Court I new Furniture, tnthe most complete oi elegance and richness, aud confer: .

and \ef& notlcrt to be charged 'J9,'South of llango 31 tad 83 and lloustf, in IN City of M. .\a&p'lillt'. be : manner and designs to hate it, 'present the highest Dated of credit on the .

, lU tost a* traniifSU ititrmlsments. t. lag to the estate vf Thomas Xspier. loaa'1 I t.een the usual lawn oh.lo the follow to Invalids and outers, the conveniences taste which designed and tho skill .

1 rcpt tt..... of dMrAbiOllcbDhaatr..* CnkMtue Tasi. and expense & described property ta wit j and comforts of a fin>tchus Hotel.Btliurd that executed the work., They: tof
swf.r &ai"lItht ehnrge' In be ten ynotiotf I,. |-1 before tuedajr Otarla.ttEUBEN 1) L. ChD U. 409. acres being (I be. Tables nil be found In 'the .
aelsra. : MABSU, lief" *) ." .,,"u ail. Township G, lljcj? :t'. HouMlur the ue of the Uue.ta. and virgin calf, proJ'lllilt, each cit: ,
Itwtruy an.I triba: *.of respect tL"ri4'aud Tea I'ullei or. UnteM ihvTftie* and eaj,eojes tuereun Guides will bi furnished at all times for the luck& and aide being ornamented .

11 charged IS nni.'at. \'.,2ui>ia Cwuut y, are told educe the day or ..... I these who desire to hunt. Boata for with cut of St.! Peter' Cathedral
., A iiWril tlliIt'Oftt midi ca yearly ads ..e'". 1C. 1sr.:. I|f' .\. U. WKiERO.SiirriflT : sailing parties will always be at command.NotQuit ,the Blessed Virgin and other
, rtUewjni, .ill ) year y a weutaf 1._ I -.___ and Esofirlo: i y of a similar character. These work
f luu''l tu jwi t4'| lanrtiy ta rtitaare.I Notice. ,< I I.I I Ti Arsv aur and U\1..r; Ilo4articular to
I to .. r;t. John's I'wutity.. I I .1 1: who may: |
i A LEOTOKB TAX coi.ioTuii! ; ; ...111'B :.' jj! I It i .... ;.:..11:;';:. ::::a I.I Aa.ln-w, uutil the lOt a October, theunt'.lr'ugnc4 Archbuhup Scaldingon his coatctn* i
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utert iI ; .' I June It l hr tie rcrct.-n ul *uu cr his contemplated to the
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t .a'. ,Nle1.Mu4... .rN't '''''LlI. ,I & su.i u;..*n..*4 tt.putt, ', .,.'.'". I ..+r ti ec.l 'f"t n m t egad: & 'j i I $1..tL:ju tilie '.I.a.1: !t' t:1: : r.. oa'Jubu Murphy d.- Co., the seuiur
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had huuur
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!., .$ a".1 T.. t I utvtr received ,
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I.4CLp.tCi.u4. rait..\.4_ 14 be tliertU4liv J : . M. tlarlarr. Lot u, ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER. printer to the Pope. 'j be followingis !
........,' *.***<* s dicwr. and rtrb.Nt CONFECTIONARY. ?' b> un,led Nurtk Il.vl vl Kuckiubxiuhm'.ili finilK und!gue
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rtlat JIVUUID'
(iuui Drj)>i, hugarlut inU. uC 11& .1..a.u: :'WI't. sad' Mrs C l'D* To our Beloved Son, John Mu,-
'r..U a Ia'lye feari aC te etrt.a wnl A FIRST:Is..IIO'rEI..
I ,' .r6e4uiJ., Igr ,Jitrh every w G.-rrr aoi Slick Cuu Jjr, U .-k "',.uJr. LijUjritv ..Ifreun.Cnl."t. firths wufther aiotitf or accompanied phy, Printer, &himure-l'iua :x.,

; UAtirr .'h.$ ; niiy usy J.& Cfackcs Kitttvr crack.Hard the Tutee and uJlf'n". tln>rf
,.1 fur$V m t4i hlerp1y.. "tri 1't' .ts:y. a 1 radc : ors, hue..r; ci' kers. 1'ibt Ur.J. .are 1'i4Mtu.oIb.dayut. I' UUtiKUD.T .I lc..l :. mat Florida! on the Hi.John's listolie benediction: We aro' ae t

\ nJ\1.\ k.N, HIS LtUI'C.c.: .. .'..1. rurEI i Hotter cuckcm. liill i tr::u"I""" 11'r1tr ctrl U}!.nficin: w illilll.U, the rotutorts of a house at this cusuuued to center, uf our own freewill
I A ti' TU TIlUltiANW.. NU TUt"-1 pause.
....t u tftfafu. Water markers, s.\ H.r au.l t''ulleeiur tcstiuijnbls poauGcal appro- '
ti.P Th* room an large: ; and airy 1 and arerarIwird..nal
Hulutn CU'ltJf: OvM. Si John's County Nation on thuNs penous who, ,by
W.tua4er..alt teeny aU-lrr, la a 1 : T trjiei>, the turaiturv nrwund com
k. |4 iaacatrd, mrrlopi..,on taerewipt*litir i Ilice, (Jrl\s, HcckcrVriuur in U.-ips 'February, :nil 1M7. : m. !.lets. The& !llou e tontaini nfrr fitly their dUtiuguULed acts! have shown
1t.. > sale U ><'* "'!Jlli.. ,a.. 1-'''. .saw14 \110 Ur.ealterwtll' I, Huclwlitat. Farina, guru $urci! Mr4 a J>uv | ipone rooms dn lti, Kart: std l South idvs their devotion and their attachment'
")llntA,. (ludfl." pttrt.3 riax ev4 T there are tea suits of room rxprefely for to the Leo of St. Peter. Si6ee there 4
l AddnwiUtotMiUwkera, Murky, i4ova: Snl'u, Arrow .\. n, JtCt1 tRO. families. ,

..IUI<. J r HUNK: & CO. Jloot, Sheriff an.l };1-4Itit'io. This Hou<> I is rltnattHl within a few lure, we have been informed by the.

137 fotrrrrlrw fork 11,1;:' t'.11UL: Tat A.M',.*"r and Cullnrior. hundred feet uf the .....1l'br.lecIfIlet Most Reverend tho Archbishop oi',, ;

1.. Oftitw Dos el_ t. .Aupiutino, Kb. 9, 1807. Si. John's County I'la. Hulpbrr" Spring" (formerly known an the Bjtltimoro that you have printed the, !'

J8t. Aagusttn 00. V:* lptiu. ly.to ,.-- --. any i. 1MT.CllOCKrlRV. Magnolia $ ring,) .liI'a..L from Jarkson act of the Plenary ,and ProvincialCouncils ,
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STATlgN.11tY.Letter tills shunt lliltly inilen. All Ihe Mrnner" ot Baltimore with great'ae*
+ WXUGilS AXIl "(JUS M1UH.liwe : HAHMVAlllJ;, stop at .hl,101.! as they pass up analdown and we have deter ;
Note and Foulaeap,Paper. wl h. curacy i
Gordca ,C<> (# .)JU *,.OaNOII WOODWARE.
+ and yellow CnTrloprs, "' Ink aud like mined to bestow on a mark of
Hating remoTed from $&. to
I r .l1a' ., )' ng tans, .IHngus, Plough and 'Iron Dud Bra i inc". Halters, Augustine I
Staa4< playing card*. the above !louse, the patronage my old honor, aa an expression of our good, ,

.. Paints, Irontdcs.. '. tern. tShuTctJ tai. II lIECAttn Iroouu, Parlor Matchesiubs, Pails, friends i* rtfpevtful solicitedand that of feeling .towards you: Therefore,

lend fflkaM, "- ted C1)rJa.uta H>ar 's, Scrubbing as many new ones. may IHJ' plrase toMrs. wishing to decorate with a high
; '1. u. G. ,\Rn. Now at Retail hoico Family Sup. lru namq 'you
f Fc" P 16G7.LKAH .: refined Rrualoit MiceTrap 8. A. EA TO .
!r,., flic, BKnrirta Syrup, Mtwtard Train, Blacking: ; Augustine.. Jan. C.180. Printer to the Pope. To you, hence

ro"DRn.; ; 1JOT.C.\Pf.FtIXST.> \1nrpir, Farina corn Starch, *, Blacking: Steel Traw, SawBucks I forth beloved son, we grant the permission x;

-Jo.11..: GUN TOURS At .TapitSca, Barlev* Flax.Peed. Flour, Mortar, Ball Twine,fraucctUi, A CAlli r ). and the right, to QB* this i
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Half Kegs Irt weer. Quarter,Kc corn firltJ, fl, t:. CAllILMtya8Cl. A+trnrtot111'ald. Bowl TOLL WHOM IT MAY ro ttR title, and hat you may be .known t

Powder, canister RW Powder?, )I. K.: CARR. Notwithstanding the military ,bill and called by it, whatever 'may be ,.

Sporting Powder, Back, Dock Sportin CROCKERY: & HARDWARE.Hardware. still to ,passed utack Congress well done to the contrary, notwithstanding. '
Of\Qftd Ooffeeat Retail, wholesale we propose keep our up. .
Given at Rome at St. Peter's
?'; Shut, Awnrtci: vlxrt Powder price 25 ct*. pound Mustard, Crockery, Wood-ware, in the Grocery I !I.. Free-h invoices of J J
per !
j FUikt., Shot Itan; Ian $crc*.. !e. Choice Tin-ware, Ilulluw-ware, Kettles.Put, the choicest edibles and drinkables are under the Ring of- the; Fisherman, '' t
strong pare Cayenne Pepper, receif ed hebdomadaly. We to on the l dl March: .in, the of tour
I.\e.; U. E. CAHR.a. Bread Shelf Good, Fancy Goods, Station propose year
Flour Cracker Punt Batter
'" keep constantly on palatal titiUatires Lord the eighteen hundred and
:*J lrebraary.9.1Sa7.r.. : Lard, rkArw: B. R. C4RIt. arr, ;!)ruca. Painta&e. of the most telucthe character. The at. :
--- ....rl ... :.:..-4_ B. .:. ARR.St. sixty-seventh, anti of our pontificatethe
,., April 27, 1667. most sedulity will bo displayed by tho t
STARCH HLUEIKO.itf-: 1 .\u QltiDe. Feb. 2, 1861! members of the firm to satisfy the wildest twent -8n:. [Signed.] f

I .J* 8tlrtw4 Starch, Bal Soda Indigo, 'llh'UUI'MULASSESAT RETAIL. vagaries of easterners. Any one des X. CAUDINAL P. CLARfcLLI.

Btet4A Blue Dla.teg ,vhila &Ia KEROSENE: : OIL, IS TIN CANS. airous of saving five per cent can do,.by Plus IX. [Seal]-Pontifex Mail :

, ..; tank, Baking Soda nmn Tartar a Ilhi Wet India! Molawesrerr Candid, Adamantine Lamp wicks. dropping ia at our store ia St. George mua.
for toakln- Ginger cake and Street; north of St. Convent
nice jost Mary's
: :-Tea* Pmrdera. B, .:. CARR lletail Shades: LampsTubes, candle Sticks, GKOKQES. OREENO.. 5" .
x' March 9, 1RG1.I Beor. it 1100 per gallon, 1..rict11Nt'rted. II. I E. CARR- March 16th 1H07. A great number of refugees are a

-- Florida Sjron. 50 ct*. per gallt, t! March, 9tK 1867.ASSORTED arrivipg at New'ork.. The' give vary

I ., .PUJKL) $. Crashed and Coffee Sopir. Small pieeea rarj choice Breakfast discouraging accounts of the state or*' ,
B. f:. (,.\R It. I CROCKERY.
OaytBBt Pepper; "Black IVpper Bacon, bcoice Fulton Market Hams the country and say the movement
I Ewers ant Basins Chamber Bowls,
L: .Aasrtcd Spice, Xnttnes. Cloves, "! .April 27, 1857. I Plate, Cups and Saucers, Tin pans. Leaf Lard, Mackerel. Just opened in Ireland is era irt1p tbmdonH .1 it I ,

e. SEIDLIT35BCONGRESS FOWIElL. baklnx uhes.. Tea Tots Ac.Aug. B. E.CARR. '
. r I B. E. CARR., I U. II. E. CABE. May 4, 1SC711ft : France obtains fifty per ceut mots
't J"P.k 1R. 1AMTJ :. \Tfn.lttor wheat per acre than th. United State*. .- J

J r I. OH, Epwrar&tUpfrhharyulphcr, &, Bib choice Carolina A bbl Bbls Irish PotatoM .just land and England more than one huci>"lr i .

: UXDEIESilfi. / SaUratui.; t tpplwi'. Guui. .\ra1uc.In l'fall.1 Grit. U bbls Dried Applen.: log prime order. per cent great fir crops thin "-'r.w.-1 t i

-Salt. I\jrkkl rd, Dttttir,Crackers..4L : -"i. '. d. D. E. l"\IUt. 11. IM!tit 1 B. E. CARR. the Past i- 'tp.i"i rttj7! tt>u' and "
M' .. l.. Can. Maj4l86:. ".aril2 lcJ.C7. :\pril-21. 1T.s .m'bnrih'f. ....

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't, i 'ssltlltexaaLMf.T. one can hire any rt pect. .' TIle .... Jc frra a Bails. "Iq-W'I1Ue and Colored TO A SLEEPING IXrurt.---- .

Governor Jenkings b. according The telegraph contains todaythe Not to vote in the oath says the XoEaes -

AWfcSTWi, FLO*}DA, to oar judgment, wrong in some oT tidings oat of. the' first great Mobile /?*:/&/", ia the coming Ova: sorrow of sia thongs or!cart art ea thy Nt.J"

bar view*. Bat neither we :cr )Ir. stele towards real peace and harmony.It important elections! b to vote against duIeftaaimpteasatyulet. i

MATt KBAYMAY.. $L17. Wilson, nor the Military Governor, announces the welcome intelli* the South. Every IOUt.u'11'ote (wiL s and fair faet Mfuaw

4 .eUw ...1'. should decide that question without cence of the release! of the Iloa.JEITEKSOX be necessary to prevent Alabama It seta.. at it u angst a!fJt ia '

The following arrant tree u appears free speech and discuuioo. For although D.'I'0 bail. For Florida) from being u completely quiet fraee.A&J ul

I .k the Sew York J pt4/
el in tlat direction, we have net ar' custody And are. Such being the plain .
: The present u ect of yet as a prisoner. to-day Fond w orJj of I4TS lave '
rived at the definite establishment ante of the case the man who U inclined II tat lo.
be walk abroad free a
our country affords lutjert fart; deep once more as a into a <|wet .:..tp.Tk. .
. thought to all losers ef liberty. &f the doctrine that an entire people man. to abstain from voting because *smile that larks areaai lay ..

Iiodto. acquire t liberty has! often s hould| for any crimes cf individual This U the more gratifying, u it he is disgusted with the pre eat bad mu just about to leap ..

among them be divested of all is la strict condition of things and will bare bat a Vrifbt aDd !
,been a national problem i how to conformity to the law, merry Luji tf -..
preserve liberty has long been a' privileges to liberty.-The doctrine: and in accordance with his cn,titunionai l1 th.D'i; to do with' politic, dun him.Kit Oa.trope d dell

object of natiosal discussions ; bow of the radical party,u we nnd rta&d {}' ri :ht*. He was lerolly cntultd. I ..n.1 I bi country a great wrocgAud tht'6ajL najr'st tioa ewsia sleep u

to lose liberty isao plain and simple it, is that political>> ofences any Je-j' !loner since, either to his trial or toviews be will n'aally wake up to find every ; tilt: :

question that few care to consider "privea nation entirely of all tie his discharge.; alert 11 now Lid, intolerable, aDd tdrepr )1'1-0,.:. of Ift M real a4j tn ?

it,tad therefore nation after nation rights wuich the Declaration of lu The f-r wlich Le wa ar cUhimKit'wita having failed pareatsfive lathee.ahl .

but waked from stapor, or looked dependence enumerates. Here. fore rained: were these which bad teenentertained u> u.e his tote to avert it. I I nay Igki stir upon be :bane after-tg1s. t

: out from some wild storm of passion, there has been a distinction bet we-'G bv- t. inent ODd dutiu- II the "jcuUtor,iulrce negneauiauage As free from f..:. and bourata;

tofiad suddenly and irrevocably personal rights of liberty and public gui>btd stilwraeu(rim the very fau:.- 1 .;uJJ so to delude the cuL red thou mij'tt Gnu auI' tas,

lost At this moment we ire got I rights of liberty. But generally! datiouofthe cJv\.erum'Dt. In fact, ibcu as to induct them to combine Till teats: late r ei l.J& yeti.li d.ra

."'\ ernioga population of nullioaf, in a liberty uas been esteemed to sacrci they were tboe which bad beta ads again the while race, there ia ali iao'a fitful ':ttJ-.

vast territory,la absofoie: 4e&ial of that the idea of depriving ajgatioa *fit coated at.vt |period t j nu K:-as a tae inure naaon why avt a solitary stay those who love the.gob= '

the first principle of liberty, and was deuounced .of the grandest i per'japa. than the pesent i'hiet' white ballot should* tail to be deposi to purl this ia iLt ri4it. -.qa **j

: every'month that we lire !a this con political crimp Individuals might Justice hru/teif! whose duty it wouij kJ. tiut a man duty U not* all To wall thy e"JI:;t s f ally r a u thtt

: ditioa of things carries us nearer to forfeit it, but that the tune of de:p -. have been to have proMed at his trial. .done when be vute tunuelt of induencv. liebould but vaich'd to-aijht,

"i//1 the end of the experiment America tism should be evoked over a east The '{uestioni involved were the that b jut use every and honorable means to demon- To full rar of thee worth ap, that thou become sprig

has been trying, of self government territory, and liberty forbid len Aa.I character of the Government and the .tr te to colored vot n tLt a coiulioatK Wluejij light Ira J joy aa4 lore

oa free principles. A contemporary entire people by the statues of a n..j j true construction of the Cooititution.Tlev >u awuoest themtvlrtrs ah.tiutt hone oa earth. amalthj

coagratnlates the country: on the expeditioa don professing to be the great de. : u ere not mere matters u'rev+,lu* the whiten is a measure fraught with -

Senator Wilson and other fen J" r of freedom, u an aa.u.a1I': tion ('T insurrection but of t'e' real uothiug bat uiiKbitt but the to ahem, and .'uolket Mist 1e..I ".'NI"-
cab hay bobudy adv
.radical.speakers to'the Southern which will alwaysmark with pculiir nature of the fuuat'ation on which D.urtn who are trafficking granger in theirttd > Kirlmoa.W Las beta the scene of uQ.
er rixt.
States, and declares it an ilia tration effect the middle of the biDe! etb the superstructure rested. and tritlin; with their best and aecooai grwreful jltea bj telegraph Wt qua.Ia the :brat ..

of establishment. of the greatright century. Had the people of the The word had decide in favor of pcriuouent &.terQu. The two colorsare dated the 12th last.: a drpstn.

and Heating of free speech and United States made statues fur titi-i the views bell by one p.. rti-ja cf thecoubtry. U p n jttut on each other, and \DcG.r arfro ro occurred it tit
who labor
elM clilculioa IB that region. Wecoafcasoar ting punishment, even to the iapri** It is not clear whether those such to separate crime them are lo-u'.n of Ibis city last aijiu Tk
guilty just a though
t&.tton attempttl to
inability to eta It. It unmeet and death, on. each and their decisions of war would le sustained ou a larger cJe, a* that which enter from the police. rescue a draakeaw .

is, for the present, eoaaenaa' toss/ every man who bad been guilt' in the b/ the judgment of the 1.-. ,. the! family circle,auJ by the art abJviihin lirteks. clabt sad f ists wet, asei
that free speech tsistaia the South. rebellion, they tuight have bc.:n accused i The usue which wvuli IN: thui ',us intrijfU'w of au l
tern State Let ta look at it little. of tinn y '
I r,"uu, i&u.J b'IrauJ! : -L"k MQ j ..I\- Lbbj: Fri wti werec. J'.aiaJc.perel
Senator WflJa {a making a tour in not have LteD'att"tl'J. ai no*. therefore, i to Ileac ''deadly feu.., I *;ptf.-4 ....the ricuuur :- ...

which he addressee audiences in favor striking a deytb-blow at ter! f.r
to the military reconstraction principles of rtlfrover.t -".J ;J, titt :ert rr. o. I,.nn; "ifltcIN is n u el i: wits .f.",.-, awl iuej 1 .ILtcjli rip ; .o-rtrrtJi. .... .Ir.. .,.
: .t.
law, And QrgM on the people the liberty which urtre nave /:', .r bra.'. !1 1 rt rep! *-d fruui. I .' .d.\. A a I f j toiutry' u- ..> a to uv. .*..;*: it. j.jf.rry. .. ":.. I .i. u ", : .. ,"ti'.r d.,1 J IL.Z6.> N""a bc pettel7ugay. -
1 .t"- ,t.ii bot :\..' .t."uly i ij ha l L. wl nat'....
adoption of its principles and sub The radical party in p .f'r la\e this the uit; !h '"'>uo.. uu! \ "a. I I wttirr.lt a'rol tV
i 'J i. it Lu inc rrtu I.. tr.N.ri, .
j lahUL. u ti i +ru r. !** M-a of .
mission to fts requirements. lie ad- enacted a law tepid, is b-o 1 uu tic- ( viuccJ.It u.','t'l: parties! im"N c'lu.ctrrtJ I \tuicnt &n1 I i.ijuri-u'. bJt rangy\ i.t a uses I'&t-J ., ..1 :1.... ...ry;"e.. ;n TNet 1.'I"n'

Voeates his tiers with entire freedom, theory that liberty .- C'JUI"' r ;;!lit t.i iu ih? opinion t'ut: hi:, ;icn.:' rit&j 1 r.j; tiz-e. I...-MJMJ .t '..u t< *aj-j'.tei! by I'ftot iii, v,. 11.r bSot"" ;vrt1L Ietr

drawing his UltutuUoQs Iron whatever a people, nut tu; it sb'tt: of th .' ,r 0'.n :nt v.s vlthott viwr: '.r.t. 1\0'. ilt ]J'.r ti '1'. kit JUfiO Ithtf ., .\ ''' 11.Ir'i'r.'* f,,'tar'..u.tin,::- -.tare I' r.Mlfru JO. .
:J Ju "ori: !. ilut t itf del ..;: \ tit tu. .t...j a.'u ,-.' ,. ... ....
aiurca be choose*. Ibis is free relict< powet ; tits: the ru.icpre.. I :tue. ahh'r,:b iar 1r, h.t at. *>: udeuif\\ : i 1a ..-' uses
e'. ..H..l L. .a u j..>.. tli.Lit. WiiIICs, u".u, lib .-.* r"v.'j'-' ,
t !
Speech im one aide of a question. in iy withdraw jt ia .. f .lni 1.f&i nt 1+,: j ij/c .. .&\1.,.,.w1.! '.11 1 in i: iui*" rii.'iv': r-. :: . ..w +r v: b suer. cur rd .M.! h tit
But wttcn Governor JcL.tu. hI o!"tenee ; and that vi>;n wnh Ir.wu. i i'i : I lit* .!t.: t.., TI ui the rJ.tfI' 'f ; .. .e .l.t ":'l.rt,,a:1.rt ..L.l vlvl''i..:.' t'-r it.u a .s:. U.-.1 el Uv'.1 t.\. I ..:\.... ... .,..,..tJ..h.. .? n jr.w.*.r 'i fl'r j

Georgia additsca tU : ef plus ::11 tJ ail free ,. ..... !, 1..1. ; yit--* ,. ..... .. l.a i !! .,. t oot1. st. .t :
lea 11'oJ j-r-pir tllll j-r-f : ; 5<: I.. !'aa". f!g art tit n: t. : :' .1. .vi$. .u 1 "..:1& 1.:4 1 I I f-Vr-l t .r U-'lJ,; .. l;.." r aM J,. .
State on the other aiJani the. .nut: ao I ii.uVKif oj tIle d I1\ trI"I' o.lilnry. : ) hr.I. J> \\t .to be u :iuiit?,. i t I 1 Ih .,.11". :&'.,..:ul t",l tc UM U .f ., LUlII Lt !;fj .." I"r,*t,/ ".;: ."t: .-.! ... ....... ,

. cl.\1.\ t 111. whit. tw'I.\t'f. t'ul! ,tttet.iu if't.a l' resew' ir.h -. !.,1 I
obstacle. In point- t.f fact I.e 1 h the T';;!.t nape ruling 1 l'1 vrcr tjV! t"with'lraw t.-. .r ;. ;".....:...:.t h..t.I.' ..., :i I itJ"..."..i tulree* that .girt. t! .it jJover> ,I o1l..1 :...:; cin' -... e.r .It.f \... cel.t r.q. I I

warned off by the uillurjr ;O\lrlJor. .,, it. A >traapo j-icmr.-. !,utverttiblyb.i I Ana IC r-..e. :ud onlyn hi* r-tn-"(1.:1: i h ,* out for; u.t.u! Cl1.I.tU1eE'.,, h.a.-I....+t:.f d,.tTtr.,. :b.; V1 trial: what t..'';e.U." ti-r
This ia sot exactly free speech. On and tltftnuthe ." '.II'I(. u t unU' .. : .\uJ it ide: ... its -r.
; nu onn tutu I b5 "IU\: '':,'.II o.; !, i i& n cuj to tu3 the r + f'ol aa* warrant Iron the I..dt
thecoatrary, it in a very uuAfeeri military bill and its'qxnti-!> the ;n.il't'l'.tf} ; ri:ht. }rut ,ntin'4 t"tbiJi.! .;; .. f'i sort I {I i i ;brCiS van pretest tu:! .t.te ot thin Th. ilb.; Ja.\* bnll'Jr"J.-c-;.. 'j a
,can of proeeeilint.Yh.t cane on any other theory than: this. that :i 'j.t/ c 'U itrv a returning riot: .!! dll.U .
r I! i>v auy hw; it can pu*#. 1 he colored
% more ridiculous than to style this. there is noinheritant right oflibertvin sense of justice and a
state of thing "freedom" in any any people. Curiously l n-ugh. i iis it to bury wth: the **i r
lease of the word. It ia not' areapreWMa the same load on which where m I!l.u.lI.' we rejoice in the deliverence |I year ago Ut January when they Ih:!'IC\'Ti and others.-They are

that Northern politicians traveling wHch other republics have ,: efi.Mr. DAVIS and in bL:. return tit were told that at the beginning of w excite race a' in>t nee,

hol4i g flews counter to chose 'cf taken down to destruction. Moft i '1 aociety, borne and freedom. divided that year out all among the !lands them.were Coogrew to be with the hope thereby to btI the betterableta -

Setator Wilson should go down too always be o? If the entire nation did net da it. And if cajole the into
l 1 I I ar On Saturday the iSth Congre ever ner roe
Sottth and address the people. assents, to the results radical l,*gi ila! Steamer none-1 the /smr. intended a : does runficate Southern property, eltsel-ltical fellowship with th.lm-

They would undoubtedly be sup lion in this country, America will to run between Mobile and New the colored men may be assured that selvN. A similar effort is brio;

pressed with summary proceedings. have damaged free principle* more Orleans ou the Ixike. into this i it will not be for their and beDe t-tbere budc in Nor Orleans and it will be
The of this i It p'aio. than she has advanced them." pat are too maaprIOr needy "loyal"white
attempted where
ia the South.
J harbor on account of the trio.). She into at the North to gobble up every
The southern cota'try Is, by military I is a new sane built Wilmington these lands to give the colored man Good feeling betweea the whites
tips Gen. JOlty T. 8'nAO
power, stale free to only one .class E : Delaware and It a chance.: and blacks is death to the hope ef
who commands the District ofFlori
of BolMciaftf and the first Again : if the colored
great rev men con Radical demagogues and hence their
salt die Military HacoBslroction da, says the Lake City Prci of the throughout Her Commander is duct themselves in ao hostile a winner desire to

Bill'L'so lHfIeJa the. South. 18th : arrived in our city on last Capt. LAVLCSS whom many of our that the white people cannot em. provoke violence add blood.
i.J $ poor I Saturday. Sunday night Gen 'C citizen will recollect aa ha vein:; ploy thew, they will have to fallback shed. We hope the good sense of
ems k1oo
df men advocating one ::1 brought the "Manhattan", into this on the 'long-laired barbarians" the freedmen will enable them to see
Sprague made a speech to the Freed
net or vieba, while 'their opponents : for and livelihood.
Place in October 18C5.A employment But through the trickery Jof their pretended .
araesakded 'the men at the colored Baptist church as these adventurous .
by military eons t --4r gentry are fortune friends and that they will
....... The South b reconstructed We were not present but understandhe LA&OI PORTABLE HOTEL is .eekers themselves, and their >> them their
spurn u worst enemies Mall
ifttb a fonD cr goTerameat once gare'tbe freedmen a 'pretty good the one mentioned by AD'-occasiooal'de. pockets are only open to get, but not are who seek about
toytcr the colored to bring a
man can
talk. Advising them ra resr Jacksonville
detected by the good sense of every correspondent of the his chances a living fl'OZllait clash of races.
American and the 'aad is their conduct with the whites ; that Ftorulian. lie that the quar
spectacle says framework ter. Ikside, if they were as rich as
ofend to the world of a'-free people" the r should not be influenced by ole- hotel luiMing- i it now on its l'rteeuaaod aa generous u George Tuc TIDE is Tcasixo.-The re

wtBg Wary power for the designing men ; to ta r propa
In their enune and not art rashly these men ia Kentucky, and ia Lancaster,
employment the
'gmniisnt or one shade of principles because they have equal political seder contract to be put up I ten thousand black in to thia I. Pa., alLrd additional proof that: the
while it toes the same power to tup.presa rights with the white man &c.. Gen. there by the lit of September, and city There never was a clearer or a ti Jo is turning. We suppose that tae

the advocacy of any other Spraguea speech might have a rood completed, of the capacity of 150 plainer case to minds that are Dcaacrau and Conservatives have
elude effect on the 'colored people, if itwere I rooms-a pretty large portable Meot'thtnkine. Every consideration eapa- elected\,8 Ke&reseatatives to Congress
not that there are one or two in which with the 34
house. interest, and ", ,
I policy
It would hare been la better taste present
tOiolt"lrleh Ib the community who .. .. and future,counsels the two races in previously chosen in other states,
for the Wilsons, and men of that are always 'ready to throw their I Xtw &uoo ln.-Tbo schooner their new relations to move and work pvestheta 46 members of the present

'sort,.whenthey heard that Governor arms around their. necks and blow Col. John T. 8Jt3gue.Ta.. recently along in harmony aid in mutual House, with California and 'i en DCS-

Jenkins was 'forbidden to address with a foul breath filthy words into built at :t. Au;;U)itne, .'b., arrhcJ go'i"1 will and trust one with another. lee yet to elect.

the.people OB his aide 'of the dues their ears. ; here on Saturday last. We understand T..e to'orel man cannot do withoutthe U. S. )) .. Cocasibiscourt
thn she is to befitted with white and he U fool '
a and unfit
'tios to withdraw frog 'their crusade up
OaiitiT Orroiro TO COJrI.CAno- adJourne Ian WedneaJay, u
passenger accommodations, and will for freedom if he allows
aid decline 'idtoeaU The Berne Courier any thieving meet again at St. the
to appear a % publishes the brief run between this 1 scoundrel Augustine on
city an f.'t.t" to come between him and
of liberty which was coulded to affair !>>below written in repljr to a business gustiue, making occasional tri|>s to his bit friends and only helpers in first Monday in June next. In addition

theasalm oe1,. It should be I I letter of J. R. 8tetens of Rome; ,, Cuba, Sawn, and other point his tiaaeofneed to those gentlemen already mentioned the
"I wish the South were as fret from danger Messrs. Allen & llernandes deserve 4.V as having been admitted
mortifying to such sea to find them
1 ia retpeet to famine, and other evils, j much credit for their and The lumber turpentine roan trade following took
ache placed ia such a ridiculous J+ u from confiscation. Tours, we hope they will meet enterprise with .1 of;>B *eol i U worth$1090,000 per annum wit :Judge A.
BjBsitioQ, a position for which no "Roaaca Gatitrr." I 1 success.Tutu.. Wheat is knee high doa b miJdlt Oeot" E. .)I. West and Felix Lit-
t tngston, E qs. .Scati/tel 14th.

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IHfOBTAKT! day, a negro tpcaker, while Thu'YaryLeo Late.t. NTICET9AEI1 EML SOUTHERN: 'U ;

FROM EUROPE. drawing ogre comparisoas betweea .er B'es Gerrit...... COAST.IITIIQIL-NotIct OF rtORIDA.-ST.Is ArocsTtia hereby PEIW COMPANY. }
races wu interrupted bjaurtj
The tono..Itt.. from aa .uaaa" ..sad 1 the
I cf United States soldiers (iren that sJUr Jnat 18C7. EXpR.9BWe.WARHEKS.
devoted .\bo 1lOa1l& of 1D&1111e&n. ben atat at 8L Au usiiBe, PKrida will be OFflCEAl
o'aD indiscriminate aborting ......bia
La.1(81'I.; commended, the majority of the a.. after tffl BOW beta' printed Tbt light is ea the North tad of BRAVO. & DUNHAM'S.On .

poeIlP1riDg to be armed. N.V..August, ISCaPasatoxnJoux Aaastasiaiakad, South aide at eatraacetoSt tho Plaza.
ox.-Honortd Sir: I
'.....111'. .& .$T$ bere WuHi.tOTo.t, May'1C.--It is ex. tart tale day subscribed a memorial to' Th Augustine focal plane is 67 feet sad 8 'inches RECEIVE AND FORWARD

Ii 1'." .1181...at. CWirte 1 peeked Mr. SfADberr) opinion on jounelf iobtoalf of Jefferfoo DatU. 1 from baas of tower, and 71 feet above the *
4 the teeoastraelioa acts will be ready sea level and should be seen at a distance TN connection with responsible Express ,
for promulgation this week. All Lave done so with great satUfaction; forI of 3 cauticsl miles. 1 Companies Gold Silver Currency,

Ho is discharged ton the hate been deeded! and deem bin very long confinement in i 'The lens b of the 4th. order white valuable Packages and Freight of every ,
the President approTcdby prison>> without a trial aa insult la, lit I fixed, varied bv flashes with intervals of description for aft parts of the United
Ball.JUcflMoxD hlmtclf' 20 seconds, and illuminating, an art of States.
South a deep i&jutlct to
The utmost pales hire been taken to ery SCO degrees. Through receipts given ain InJursnce
I reader dear the meaning of the mi aDd a ao 1eu deep JUhonor to the Goternmeat The tower is white, surmounted by a effected when desired. '

,! Mtj 13.-The United ou bra.oI&h Y. The prepara. and the country. lantern painted black. C. M. BRAVO

f &'I!)lain r wa ,was packed this Lion of documents has iarolred. aaeumiaatioa I trot that Mr. Darts may either have The keepers dwelling front of the Agent.
lower, seaward U two stories high, and St. Augustine. Feb. 23. J867.
adaittoJ bail.
trial be to
or i
a speedy
....... A ailltaiy guard wu *rt| the laws of the painted whit.
eel&lOUd It and a strong Southern State ia order to under- There are many men whe lure no jrtn- Latitude North 2? 60 43, longitude, 81 Real :Estate Au tion
lta.Dc1wht classes are affected and path/with hU political news, and who 19 11 West. ,
pole force Inside Ota Burton'snttrs i to furnish a guide by which the law oppo ed Slavery M strenuously ai be up. By order W. R SUUBRICK. eer and' ,Broker.
to the writ wu md and theJeoapWaaimted bell it that would \ become bit Chairman.Treuah '
; may be earned lato effect with the eajer\y Department, Office Light- TilE UNDERSIGNED WILL
Gea.Burton in least possible embarrassment bail. I... one of them house Board Washington. attention t

sirrlagthilawt, and rtliered him New VOUL )11118.-lr. Darts Your obedient errant, pay particular to i

cftUcuttod; >of Mr.Daria,neD the ai.d mired at midnight and Gaaarr SMITH.LONDON w. He WELL Kouixsex. ADMlNISTiUTOnS,' EX ECUTORS -

abetlmmediataly sertcd oa him leave to-diy fir Canada. Thesteaov May 18.-The Turks ATTORNEY AND CUUNSLLLua AT / GUARDIANS, AND ,. ;

)IaI Ir Palm rs. from New Orleans forUostoa claim agrcat victory over the Cretans LAW.SI'AUCUSTINE. TRUSTEES'SALES.And .

1 a ttrarctto teller tht NorMr.O'Coionpol- ;bait mired here about of ia a recent battle. ,'FLA. win bay sad sell REAL ESTATE

1 M'c.. coaL when required to do so and wQl attend to
. The King of Greece left Paris Office at Court House. ;
tl Dgle" long .nt andBub1. CumDt'OX D. u." May 15.- sales ia any part of SU John's County
the 7th for St.
.beIIcud sand that hi bewi.a. The Stftsner Kato, of the Charleston oa Petersburg, May 18th 18C7._Gm. M. R. ANDREU. I
be betrothed to daughter of the
aad Florida line of vat
Then Icing no opposition CHEAP St. Augustine Fla.
burned data morning at her wharf. Grand Duke Constantino.KlcilMOXD .
tspoat tat put of UM proaecation,who The boat bad just been overhauled. May 19.-General .P1UNTING PAPER L Notice.PaosTa
I I lt1e ;;bail.d ooeh u dyed thoaUM .
,, ; She vas valued at$55.000, and insured Grant and staff visited the battlefields
rued dollars,, Judge announced for $;5,000 ia Northern com- around Richmond Te Editors&PablUkew, Corar, }

la radii to aciept the bail He panics represented bv the agencies of to-day. BT..JOH. Cotirr.
WASUINGTOX May 19-Chief FROM W. O. CLARK L'IQ.. E. administrator of the goods
A. L. To lu and Collmrn & HowelL LETTER John
ail thjt!htlf the bill ihoold U git entyperaoamidiDgin chattels' credits and effects of
theSute of. The boat vas owned by her oommsndcr > Justice Chase will preside at the l-RESIDERT OF TilE SOUTHERN John Dick late of said County deceased .

T. J. Lockvood. The origin of Circuit Court for North Carolina, PRESi ASSOCIATION. having filed in my Office written sugges
YfeciftU the fire b believed to be Incendiary June 6th. Lion of the ins olving of the Estate or&hu&ld j

At M*. Darns came out of the WtLUAUSTOET, Pay May 13.Logan .- commencing ATL.\ Ga..Alri119, 1 W7. John Dick which is indebted to..amount
31 r. Chanohas nominated reg'ts.ten greater than the valued thereof
Court U$ua and entered the carriage the Democratic nominee b J; S. Tuau8u.Eta I It is ordered that notice be published i j I
elected Mayor by 73 majori in bankruptcy: for Louisianaand .Dear Sir It affords me much pleasure in the -St. Examiner":
after to!Ircktsv, there was a bald y. the Augustine a newspaper -
communicate to
Georgia but as nominations to you in the City of Augustine and by
of Itltp rtalat h. t.pt'lJuu. : the Southern Press Associations
froffl> the crowd oatUs of
thter negroes confirmation the District written notice at the Court House door ia
aoq about fift/of them othered : .,May 13.-It U announced : rwjuiro by testimonial of said County for all persons having claims
Resolved "That u a our
Judges, the tutoe are with. said Estate and file
against 10 the
that the will "WtPariI durin appear
around te coach and shook hands King ; appreciation for the sealou*. faithful andeffect same with the Judge of Probate of St.
theftpattwa the Imei accompanied by the hell if e service of John 8.Thrasher. Esq., Joan's before the 31st
vita hits). Oa return to In County on or day .
)Ir. Cane has instructed District; a. Superintendent of this Association"
Alexander. of October next, authenticated ia the
4 Hotel ne,. Dr. Minnegt.ride. Emperor .
+ yrarspast.We
manner prescribed
in loc tl,
In he ronipanv of Mr. ''iDtvisuisttmilr New r &u., .May 15.: -Tl.esUam- Ja-licsthut: caw o'jjcctiouscxUt "" htl't'hlltadu him the thanks of Given under my hind and official Seal 1

Md 'Mid few pertonalU ship Jura, with European dates to to uaininecs to reject tnem. 1- Assoclat.on! ant confer upon Jam: the this 80th day of April 1807. \ '
a the 5th iaatatit; baa arrivt-d. Tliu General Sickles hit: been brjvctu1Major >'mpl.m.ntary position of Agent of the JOHN LOTTPUILLIPS, ; t
ItIu..Jj, > >,v4 up a'pMjrer IA thankui Tress Atsociation in the city of Judge Probate \
files with thuLaxemUmrg lienonJ in tin-
are chiefly irrupted regular army, I "
i i New Yi>rk. !
St. John's
f lint** t If the rch'awr ills Rasa<', and ret'unu qixstio) lor gallantry: and iuvritoriou.4 eon ice*. The terms of cvmraendation employed: County, Fla.
t I St. Augustine, )1'111. lbt..--Cm. < j!
-...II! .r ill; r ,tr; .. ru: to lie Lt....'" :t was: reported that gnat ujriuiiouprctvilea I ?fa the above rt* octU.n! : da>> no more than
lffDtl tlt u.au wr. iliA Ii r ..ir ....4 ruJ'. QbJ C\'r tai.t i.. throughout Cbtakna. iu I L."t eatt; I bl .'..aw r la the justice euperintonbner-scrrtce your intj ,, which NOTICE. | \
S Ihetiletnaaili. itjti .,,,. .iutt your I
juiii < ,: .
14t1'\9 I' M'et":1; .\ tens/1 u u:3i!,?rtii ; ",u'd-.!( *. TliMbrw& rriu ua con nose bad tuttes ul! |n-ii.n.iy: to know, andnune I
the ".|" Ufitcralnt the Uarc dUJOI f I.r,I'. u LtlaGre drifu.a w.i.y e'.t4tthea eau tenure h.:1IJ' 1I.'rt.alt| : than I On and after the 20th init the SteamerrUOTATOR
u. (lad.. wvrs' st1: .-t r.iu44 h-t..cJ. bull %Utm. ,1'vnJ" h.td) I"..... .1 I. c.rw.r'i. nys.4 Sutt : ..-".a..un 'juin. I .b.n t tWILL

..f IlltltUCM, |uU-luii. (a the I'riAiiiit* tlr! 'Gtr+t., 4, .... trr: .>f .. .1.... ..b..I'a\,1 leUft" ir..u..j fur bv the r".o'.nj.: .n.
utiVitriibJUj in a si a.vruiMivn. f'ralts U4 Mud the U&utttauta'1.1 1 t uacc pits ,i I Lcaro Palatka OB Saadajrat
.. .. ...s....' fUie, iiUU r&bibit a ItrrlUt: : state i I 1'er f re ki e4;(tVl'y. yu'ir vlnl > "'t.
to. +w Yh firs: Election ofilUho, ut!
usaws s ...oJ'rf tUeWlUf.s!. alter \ 1".It" ."rl' taifr trin.U njt a :Jong .-.n.tu I 1'iitidkUt. b o'clock, andJackaoBrilleem
The UC\.J.rcvuian Vou.i-; !a. it., .. ... -
that :, .1 au :-nmiM: r.aJ'i.tll .nt'.hIa 'XoadayMorning ;
tn..t.d'rder.u Oaria end
at the ancruooll1\:4'IIIiuli' ol iu< NOTICE i
: !
way the nut KV tut them to I':t.'h in uule.-they .

- "U"&t'V Jre.11,Leh Cchef, of Srw C.III'cut6hn ou Friday lent, u.iu.iu<*ittl ut 1.14-ktllfcl.C!cp.dm I woul-l spuctfully re<|uc.t every dally in time for the tide oa the Bar, andFcnMBdlaa

\.k.. a d .JMLa>>:&u.r l lA I'MbdeIaiJ: and 4ctU\l by the Clergy and Laitvfur clmrgi in a iwjrvr'i s bill .oinut a tri-wre i .:/, a"mi-weekly, w... kl1 and OB Monday
Kttle d'iwu is the { Uulioji ot tho Dioccso of .'lurula. clirnt; .wan .'Fur w.kn! ; up In the night taonthry; journU Muth of the To'omacin
sWcr nsui '> 1 be uotuiuatfoa 1 is yet 10 be ct aSrtu* and Ihln kin;: of lour bu.inr'>-$V I Ohio rivers, and the 3d degrees 30 Afternoon
-Jiiio ')l 4or liatts. The Virginia ed by the UOUM ul" lJith"P'o Dr.Yvuug The Il.tIIrala are beginning to pick; minute* parallel latitude west of the after the arrival of the Trains.
Mi.i.* >U to publish this ad"<>rti'eraenttwice. No extra charge made
.. .i.ea were teraiaovut is native of New h.le ia (Jnf'rat' (iranl't military co4t. ipI Dills Through
.w.att-lio a England Hit vfrrtttf consists in haying declined sal send to me at New York Passengers by taking the Boat oa her up .
< & .taerchanta and Ho vuitoj the i tuth b 1843: ju the tstlentifyhhmaelfwith theirlUvfMeakin party. tack time, a copy of the paper containing trip to aroid night work onway landing

Issytn.'There I seems to bt a general chancier of a tuittiuaarr and 'rent selling at Tamps ifleri.ls. it. pocipul I, with bill for aam kIt L. M. COXETTEli '
Teeling4 relief the eitisena some time ia Florida, Georgia for nine cents per pound. i. drs'.rab: iu toy combinations toprocure April 18,.1867. ./f
sthocg cheaper printing r for our
Louisiana and Texas 1111s.a or 6, A young man n.ml"tl Charles Com. Ol'c Southern journal, that I .pal 1 have the
aid aur.FW.! that Mr. Davis b at DRY GOODS'IPERFUYERr !
he was ordained a Presbyter ia St. died very tudden/! at1'errfll. Connonun fullest information regarding the sites of
>ertv.RICBMOVII. Juhu'a Church ia ibis city by the late $
May 14.-Oeoetal Bishop Elliott. He is at present a fragment of aa oyster heP. I and I ran procure it in no other way than Boot. aDd Shoes. ,
connected with Trinity Church New Every ....a. aaja the lio*ton Pot, b.. by resetting! particular attention to then STATIONERY.
EekSeK has ordered the Lincoln ,
his price. but no man ever denun." f lof sending copy. of the publication Iron, Tin and wood Vare Crockery..
York. A fine scholar, of great CD cr. ciouble the lon {t. I Glass and Hardware, for sale by 1
JIountehitail4< laud, colored, to dhband.aadthejrjsra tachuneon prices u proTi< with the bilL .
gy,ample means: sad thoroughly' de- dea'ert I I desire it sent twice to provide against 0. CURT. 1
prohibited from their t tccI to hit work,.he will find, if he The New Orleans ttreet ears carry I mall failure, and that they be postpaid to St. Augustine, Aug. 1 I. 18G6.

fIlI.mu... acctt>u a large field for usefulness ia about & passengers dail/. secure post office delivery. 9
Horafli Om11..a Garrett Emita, his Vioeae.-FwitUaal4t'\. Gen. Tomas baa appointed a Board of J. S. ThIRASh ER. To Consumptives. I!
.. N. W.
Box5.ft New ,
the had! Mr. Datia' Surrey to visit Southern battle*nel to .
corns on alga St. Augustine, May 18C7.-:: "
U b take lines, make ,sketches etc ,for the THE
CoxrucATio-*.- gratifyingto health ia a few weeks by a very
ka bonier a addressing the people observe the indignant protests of GoTerament.AtganJtflle. BRAVO & DUNHAM simple remedy ester having suffered for ..
u lit African Church to-night of the Northern Radical Jour. Iowa, recently, a nan l..era11fan with a severe lung affection
many who annoyed b/ the erring of his and that dread disease Consumption
Moat XII 15.--Bnricg the axis the c&uibca- was DEALERS IN
against vUlalaoittS child four or are months old at night, anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers
.., .Anight the following were dOD scheme projected by Thad. got up and deliberately strangled it to DRY GOODS .the means of cure.
litb aft wounded KUledFahi 8te"eu ud otbers of the extreme death.Us baa been arrested for the ct ne. To all who desire it, he will send a copy

!Okk white, and Samuel Brit Radial party la the eye of every A young lady of seventeen IB Illinois Clothing, Hats, Boots, of the prescription used (free of charge),
'tot, colored. Wounded-Thorau thoughtful Buaaays the New York haa achieved local fame by attacking a with tats directions for .preparing and
Tijbr.D. IL Hord aad David Par- Times, confiscation admits of only midnight burglar with a bed slab and and Shoes; using the same, which they will lad a
eras eras for Cosircrrioy, ASTBJU,
IOU,of the police, and two bob oDfJG rpret.ttloD. It b the equi,.. clubbing a from the boose. adD BsoscBiTis Cocoas, Cotoi, and all

Janes B)tens Co!. D. 8. Sedbarjaad lent of general spoliation, bloodshed The Massachusetts the hour bill Legislature. has General Commission Throat and Lung Affections. The' only '
OoWimlth Oough, reported ainbo lAd anarchy. There can be no liberty rejected eight Merchants. object of the advertiser ia sending the
died. fa. Nicholson colored At an election for Mayor In.HontTille, Prescription is to benfit the afflicted, and
without older, and BO order wIthout Alabama, recently;the negro vntsasiistedt tit Augustine, Ft*. spread information which he conceives te
I Reret Mitchell and number ormen.
a protectioa for the rights the of the Frtsdmea'afiireru.
ample detest agents Aug. U. ly be invaluable, and be hopes every sufferer ,
.white And colored, slightly b of property. land. these rights, will try bis remedy, u it will cost them
Jered, wheat Barnes are not known.AD and aculeate the idea that one class The New Terk Herald BOW contains NOTICE. I nothing and may prove a blessing. Par

ptrfectl;quiet to-dsr,and thereAlta shall be pcrmitted-to seise and enjoy the name ot James Gordon Dennett, Jr., ALL persons indebted to the estate of ties mail the prescription, ran, by '
BO further disturbance. the laatis and houses of aaother class, u awager.Massachusetts. Pemvtt late of-Se.- John's return will please address
deceased are requested to REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
has bad only two eon County:
JIW ILtUca,Nay 1C. Tticre aDd from that moment the South etitational conventions in eighty.slxyearsz make immediate payment Gel all per Wffliaauburg. King Co., Nsw York.

las Itei' considerable dbtarbaaetovf will become second SAD Domingo, united aaDUmarek ... sons having claims plat said estate,are May 11, 1867.-ly.
!* &tit DtJfO tttveCoro: oa tat to end only ia the extermination of will Germany have 40 million inhabitants.A .pros requested to present the same duly au
levee ton 'al octet bUcks. This be a i thenticated within the time prescribed bylaw Youth.
bj,amounting to a whites or may Chinese fins In San rna Jeo wield s or this notice will be pleaded ia bar Errors
'tint ft ro policemen were severely strong statement of the case, but it b capital of ere S2.000.0ea I of their recovery. Gentleman wh suffered for years

Uj cured r endeavoring t; mare a the truta:and the men who go about Over ODe humid .....*"" .,were I A.H.DELAFOSSE, Arc Nervous Debility, Premature
.s rofrcaaoiobcf>> his ova color.. familiarising tU news with the seized ia Rkfeaeed, Thwsday, by oas of Administrator. an the effects of youthful ia.
Ihsj& iarjveTS ordered out to aid de8tsadfaadpenaadtBgtheaof its the Uatted..... Release dstctilves" for St. Augustine April)3,1807.NOTICE. discretfea, will for the sake of suffering
th s polie i The following paragraph; justice should be dealt with br the alleged vtelatioa of the Revalue laws. humanity seed free to all who need it,

Mceetsii! $d ia aa order issued b' military eamauaders u iacendurfes. The Nsw York Evening Post calk f oner the recipe and directions for making Is"
Qtofcrtl lover 'The United ala u at present conducted la that city weeks after late I will apply to the simple remedy by which he was cure.Sufferea .
codaJt IdI.Y Cou.-tbt OalaettUle (Fla.) Excursions to Grernweod. SIX of Probate of St.John's County wishing to profit by the ajver. .
... G ernwentttt necftary will ,Jefferson Davis will tM out oft Fortress ,:. Ivr Letters of administration? on the estatet titers experience can do so by aJJre .
;f6tect iba through the military, bat Hew Era careaUUs the fret that severaleUUeai Monroe before the dest of the present r liter Doylf. alias. Peter D.u*,>nLit,of lug, in perfect confidence.JOHNB.OGDEX.. .
R jea will iot be protected la wrong ef that ton art ow enjoying nut month without gracing the St. Johns County tuC'L. : I .
'deiagr ton eora gathered=\bf1rO"'P' ires"of which ths "boys ia blue" into I 4 Signed, U. L. HART. 42: Cedar Street, New To**.
At ttarritiea there. ting. April 13, 181i1. May 11, lS07.-ly. ,
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i .1wba. .- IA be. .Trll .e4tW LunlaDlty, nq.trts inch tbsu ID'n use them on the bauldtW while the, tight"I| I [From the Florida Uaioa.] .HBAD40AATER9,::;;.. ..
"" Ute PnMlBeB? of the great principles of philanthropy asa raging but,'whea the victors aad the vsa- Dit ilouiu StEELE, Mayor of SL Augqatia IHSTBKT, Fas.of,Ftoan* _
i lfe.8. political lever, and this is,however, all quieted ban retired from the blood stabled this City,died on the 6th inst., at hb GKSIKAL Oancas, \ MayW,

:[Front the Mobile % L3 that Mr. Lincoln did for the black race. scene of conflict, by the dim light of residence of Congestion of the Brain. :\ 10. /

Bat the wave ot war rolled on. Partial Thus, next to God, the freedmen owe the blushing star like wolves and jackals, The resolutions adopted by the City I. In order to Insure peace std swarf.

success Jafltaed the ardor of the their new status to circumstances which they visit tbe field of death and hold their ty, and to maintain aaJ execute tS4 ciri
Cuuucil the sentiment of our
simple compUence with bis tint proclamation revels over the bleeding corpses. express aad military law throug b ut the $atf
feouth while of
a eorrcpoadi fooling
Florida the
I JuUowingeuuntieiarethe
::' disernitlntadedtkeloriheratniad. might have so altered,as to leave This is the class which held in equal citiicasatlh, irreparable they commabders of which will icfat

: h Then-and theafortbe first time-the the question where he found it, and where I abhorreveeby the victor and the vanquished suuin in his death. The City these lleadqaarurrs, monthly, aM ttpoft-c_

'; President threatened abolition of slavery : be stated in bIt first message, Le waa now darkly move amongst the Council, the masonic fraternity, Kid lion of their eomman-lt, and at a4 ....

as a coercive amort, aad only agaiwt, I willing to leave it. recent freedmen of the South and incite a Lra'Oooacoune of people united in taie report io promptly custody the all infraction of la....
As to itself it them deeds of violence, to discs distnrbtqgpeace .1"...
those actually in ami against the General Congress guided as was to paying funeral honors to the memory : .
Government. This was. If we remember by his masterly band It followed and der sad contempt of law, and tell them dealCeaacil 1.
right' la Ja\y\ 1862 and the term never preceded-him in the direction of that there is no right black man is bound the distinguished ElaA..uSut.l. l1(1u..WAlfOSUOhIa.

J marked for the infliction! *f this penalty public affairs, unfortunately off by his t., respect, as the whole military forces Iti AlftIJGTOJ.
t martyr's death, so wantonly and savagely of the are and in arms to < Preeecdlsga. Captain If. 8. fjanvoort, 5th C-|.u.
as a penalty-la the districts wurne1 country up tiOery. Brevet Major l.. 8. A.
1. doll, was fixed to the first of January disastrous to the South, at tbe time wheat avenge their wrongs \t. called meeting of Council ten, Fort narr&D ..., Pcnsacola Hcadtiw.llarW

18C3 five months later, daring which anyrepeateat South bad so much to expect from But if you a,k those vile scribblers convened on Tuesday evening. May I I Fix ..

1 s'rebe1".wu at liberty 'to save him, and while it is well known that his those base wretches what they hpve done 7th, 1867, at the Council Chamber M

Ids la slaves or otherwise, by Lean, flushed with joy at the restorationof If free the slates, their record will only City of Jacksonville. JACBSOX, CALIIOC, GADS DC*, Limn,
I Jerrik
imply rtaoaaciag"the.scheme of secesaloa. the Union, was open to the most liberal how that, as occasion permitted they Present, ills Honor WMi OHOT11K sos, )MAntsox Taws \

fl inspirations and the most merciful use of cither abused or flattered him lived I off Mayor pro tern ; Aldermen, Lieut. Colonel F. F. Flii ,.&ta U. 8.la.faatry .

Wo leave It to any tn..Lwa.lDttlUCtDt the victory he, .attributed Providencemore him and felt his pockets quicker than his K. J'. Webster, John Csrdyj Chas. Headquarters; TalUhassce, fk,
lager J. S. Sammie II. N. Snow 8. 4
than to his own exertions. ,
did Mr. Lincoln show there "wrongs. .
any. IlAXUTox,6rwas LAuunIC4J"-
Absent Alderman
Thus, freedom waa not bestowed by And hut aDd the like and Jal. Livingstofl. '
sympathy for him, or did be not mearly let. luchlmfll BIA, DAKKB.1st. .
use him as a simple tool whose freedom either Mr. Lincoln or the Congress of the of them that the freedman is asked to John Clark. Lieut. F. I:. Grossmana, 7th >'V.&

.. tr servitude depended Dot "on .either huaaaity United States bat. -under the dispensation Iran to look up for the protection : but lib Honor, the Mayor prn.um., Infantry, Brevet Captain C. S. A, DM--' .
stated<< to this Board that U was ajainlul Lake FU.
t ,religion, pbilantn pay,but simply) of God-by events over which they abore all, to bring his hard earned dollar quarters. City.
duty to him, specially to convene 4.
II 'oaths necessities of the moment, and held no control/ that he may have justice. Justice of this board and announce to UDfoa... ALACHVA, Lsvv MABJOS. ,

. ready to be exalted sacrificed in accordiace Now, as to the electoral franchise, so what! When and where ever reignedmore them the decease, of much (.'aJtta.11&I:. It. Ames 7th V. s. {.
our es-
:wUh the wants of lit policy and much valued by the freedmen and rJ- Indifferently peace harmony, concord, than at teemed and beloved fellow leD faatry,.HestlquartersOainesa'Ue, fit.

I 1 aot in conformity with lay fixed principle? appreciated by their former present between two races or two clashes HoLMr. SJTCCLE, tho Honorable i DnuC.nl'nu.& .

J i ADd even when the fatal term-January. owners : was, at any time during the ware of men! Mayor of this city, who died at hisresidence Captain C. C. !town. 7th U.?. la&Btrr.

i f 18G3 arrived-did ,bo fane ,a, sweeping this over estimated boon spoken of. or Who does not see that the nacm ;fntercourse this morning at a quartet Headquarters, Jackroaville, Fla.NAsasr. '

; declaration of emancipation! No. He was it even ever mentioned as a condition which prevailed before the war fat uim* o'clock. k

simply instructed the military precedent in the previous amendments lo baa ever since prevailed alike! Does not .
commanders !lie Honor the Mayor trm.
,I pro. Captain Alonxo .\.Cole. 7th U. :8L lafatitry -
of the districts In iniurection to the constitutionbokingto a final reconstruction the former slave work al ..ide of the
f ex ng then recoraended that. this Board iirevet Major 1. .;. Aru.y, U.|.
!. ?! tend the provisions of his proclamation u No Had U been consistent former master! Hoes not he old>_ family& taku such action in the premise uuiuy quarters. F ruatt
; :. penalty to all the slave owners who with the. dignity of the South to accept servant re,Me under the same oM roof! b.* appropriate to this suletutiVlitToujo '

( 1 were then la actual participation! with the.i the I' Amendment, was not the f ran. I* not tilt innocent baby <
'I rebellion chine of the black man ccmpletely left oo* faithful black Dune with the fame confidence \ Alderman Webster Post Commaader U.E.at 6t. Au utiae, |KSoirtta.

i ,i Wu this philanthropy or policy And of view! \\"a.1& not then ant there; I.ro. as before Do we bar our doors offer?'! the fallowing rcsolntious : 14..

: time sad time again, after that period posed to leave to the States neverally the at night and sheep! on our arms! I'o weuUtruat Ktwlrrd, That: iu the death of our Uaauno, Hiusaoao, poii,

j' : in Maryland, in. Kentucky Missouri right to say who should or who should not nn l watch the freedman employs much esteemed Mayor and lellow- hunr, 31utr.os..
i ; JB vote, simply reducing their Cungresslons: ...1 thaw oil the citizen Dr. HOLMLS: STEELE the Captain ilklurd c'omU, 7ia r. & lafaairy .
Dclawareslatery was not ,tolerated by us any more we slate Brevet<< Major; I. t'. Anay, .Iquvrirrr !**!-
but actually protected, sad military representation to the ratio *>t the actiaj owned by us! Board: hail lost its wort efficient Tanpv r....

cemmaaders'eallsting slaves for the army voting population accepted by them And yet the wretches who kept away nictnbcr ; the City of Jacksonville, a w.Ktt .

I were required to give proper certificates Where was the black mats franchise from the fieM of danger circulate amongtt zealous and active advocate of iu WKST l>kt Tourr.".

;, to fteir owners, which were to serve as then? Sold bartered given away for the freedmen and tell them lo remember true interests, and a tried<< and faithful .. Artiiivry Llentvnaut, Krvvi-t Colonel JIrsp H. It.U ln Ih Uracraj:. Ki& T.I.fr. .

: evidences of titeir claim against the Cot the sake of securing in Cjnjwa .In over nay, lo avenge their wrong And tbeluetlmm i friend.AVWtW. .\., llea. K.-y U>... n.+.

rnmeat forjbe forcible taking away of wbelming majority favor of the Northern looks on with |*rtVcl unconciou I That as a testimony of II It is vujolnr-1: u wjieccssily ...a' til 1! ut1.tlf! tiro

; what h(, President Lincoln still considered State, andthu controlling the fed. "ntM end| ransacks Iilll tneiuury loli Hilt rrjHrt for cur bto Chief t- >-la- and prvl.nC'1 vf :- ins a Nh
11'1(1011"1111 favor .f tne tJt.1u"lIJII railed t burr, the uieaibers of the Comicil ditl stij'j*>rt lu the .\It' "c. vl tW Cunw: .
a fit and. proper rul.'I'f"I uf private'owner < cotrr want 1h.Ne wrung arc which lie t .. .
i willv th. usual tlJ- CIa lirfuyrr+. Frrwl/J ,s al.11"'I... ..,,.. ,
. r I hip. protective jKiIiry. 1lJu.ind.rr1. i fo urged to rvrngi; but he 1iuu them no:. ir t J 11..ad.. ut iu* w.iiitf i.ice ,it... ..* arc| "
I J Uowdorsthe black mm <>!f Mi*ourt, Hut &IItbnrucal of Iw outli: lo u, )|)>. Hut tar f'lai.-iu Lus no lord l :( Jir t.n! "y
I f Kentucky. Ifelai'are IIh'1 Al I.r,Wl i likeV mit lo+bis il"n4U IlAro'l,*.1 i III I:,,, "holt* I tH in, sal, unnHtit lire in \w\? vita: Kol-I /.I".d. lit a M-'V: f.f the i ..1.i rr.:.Ill I" ......:...e. ..1 i .,.,:.,..
i j.ttn..l t h ,,1.'ct.rtS.! t":1 'L -.rd..r tluna 111. .\It ".h'I..r" '.. 14.. Is5-. .a. L.., ,
J j "hi"h! philanthropy! IH.I, \lr.'Lincolnthen nation a currc"l..m.lU1}; t".tiUlt'U( of 1'.1 In. !..<,, ri-iiutitlii'r* that hta! f..i-.ui r ,. 'I":.' ..i. t .1.-.".dt't.It'uur l..utu. Ii .!'-i all w.l'I.i .rji ..u "ft e. -u-t >.... .-, ..r
!t t dram, of the Uve s (, .-.duns wr ofvh ] >sitl..n lo elm.te nifn-iini>. the tarn i Ijtwwer .. t"r .1.1.: ...& "Ird'C 1 hist'iuiu tar re u." ..: I I'r.. t> nr < c. ........,...!.,. .... .

I > preservation elf the Tnion: at unyWas justly fAriti|; thnt th tutiuhrr' of'.ttheir :; h> .) l:
i .r ? 'ii.st : t 1v I IIf"ait .
oj-jtom-ntH nt the :North. % *,'lJt"l I'll. .1.1 1.1111'\4 nt..1 !.. .'" i, ;.1 i.
prlcs vi fv ; m that he Itll.t! It-! \ .tt. : ., .
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: ft. d. | tintIt'ft'i .
tilt A.lliri..n of Fouthrnl :" .r: -. n; Lri \: .J .r t. I..11. a k. ... .
I. it not even a favorite saying of r'III'c''ut1ItiH .j, ni itcrvi'40 turn 1fI.I"r l n ff<.f<. uf r..I: i iI '.:- .r' r: .I: .ul'.th'4 ..r'h'n.I"ft.l '.rru'I.VL:

his The Union with rlaverj f.'I"IiWt, .lutImatrlyshakrt.rir! l"l"'I'. t'1 11 I i j I w :ah'i! i> Im I 111ti ir{;.,',e.l on Sid in 1-v ;i.l' .., 1h., ." ..1't,. MI lu.. rin4 t..i,11N.'L I no:. u:r ,J.ott ,..i' .t..e.t..
but the Union back ul'lllhi. h't ie, "tll.. s.' uiv t'nij r..InloI: ... t tI .
at : wl..l"'l.'tJ'II. --
any prise. ;! .I\ :' \r: : :,'V ./. 11..t( u of I Ii.'c. --
What then ",wer. In MtH'iiij.t to cotjirt-l' tu! :"II'a. (I (..nibat l :1rj.y :i""ru l"'r"'r:..
was I in his Blind : wb lor' : .
jmraru-mut 4 .it f 'IL./I> i.ar4.N 1a1.I I Ir ri''11* :">" Ins K'iit tui iho lu.uil: "f .
I I therlaveor'the Union! And when he em uhh %t>toy what they tloifriiuouM : : : !.i .:" v.itli I .,ut lun.-.ir Uri Lid t>"I'!.,. i.,'. i tut' ,!I.. .!......,1. a'ni publiiihcJ in: lln- 11"., ,II..J..II.U I I'ris... ,'1 eFuratys ,Il
: was ready to the .. abel I b, in aniiv'tu-nt: "Mt it-t'c: t>4'oftlie > 1".JCft.1. '111' '. IsI.ssur .:1
Sire: t P tnn e vf "..i-iji't, ojiii* r.f: t'i t.: J I'ij'! r*. .
1 l slave for the rake of the Unln.? he ,never romhirn bhrL 1.. hiiii h.> torn+. 1&11.11., Lin: I.,* IIHIN inKtiiHlivcl.rtiirti .\ j;..<...'" ./. That the Military nfli i.. uriui;: a a..r. Iwru I' ,:.&d"'t
: 'rur How much they were .1 11I.IN iu liii aN |"Nltlcal liilx>t,+t.trti -. it
was willing to give the Union the K.JIK
tins anJ
I up fur Mrally -
sake of the slave! What doe has already been made l iiarent in many iuvitt-u "la wti4ilina.t: I tie "ia.all.\.a :.,
attend I ItUf
: are nfctlully to
uinM the |
I the black man owe ilr. Lincoln! on thin places at the South, where the frecliiien. devourhisulN u;; viiiurfn m'kiu; ; Iu dllUTll.) I I I wLi-thcr tho e.iri;i"r...l %>.t i>f ucj

I ground! guided by their owu bOW iuttiucts, have .livid iii. fart!.1.l tauceau' I ho*? wlio only\ /:,.."?ttr.l. That the Council r>mui j :outh will INS ..4iliy atui intdlK-f-
mi as Ib"I.ric.> at which
Bat when prolongation of the struggle > IODleQlptuuu,1 iguore their prrtcuJ/1 1 hey bv ilr.ipeil in tnoitrnir; for th i I ly cat for the ruui oi ll'c4ts..
Wirtwillinp to their! cpatv
buy > .
"" 'i.LM
. Its fiercems, lit desperate, energy sew frii-h'l and stool by tbo e whom past I thercon of thirty diyx. i iIrdr tiivru one iuiH'rtuut tt rerv} |"uij
" sooelations had learnt every one unit In nn j ha bee u uluiiiat I.Tert.N>LfU-Oo taI -
showed to the world liat the South wan them to (esteem terribly In earnest did Mr. Lincoln remain although placed in a relatively! inferiorIH and came and s1h.-ere effort l" crptiiitv: this! I'ifv. out flrrt"ll'ec.-t for i.ur late fluotnv o| the ,lllrt"II'fttlt.lac'rsa! ...tttIJutb. :*

1 satisfied with his levies kx MASSE bit foreign ,JI ion. Then, it wa not the !woof I heIrecdman strengthen these natural hoods of ct.'rmt9l l Mayor: and fcllow-citizcn. i! Tho m- ru ;ire C"tlllll'OI't..Ul a
union; let the fre ! } st
enlistments his extravagant bounties, which induced a radical majority be 1'1'III csted tn close their stores and ;; rtiigHau
'! or did he Dot tell the slave that he was lo !insist upon<< putting in hU handu hU gratinu le. lender it lo thetoMier : places ,,f business during the An .'r.'rnlln. prcMvut, offing 10 rvuturif$ ul vjij-rc;
who, in olKtlienre to the mil and darkuu i ii little ititdtcvtu-
I ofcountry still
also to fight for the boon of freedom! the ballot, as they had before put tbe from two to wren oVWk! P. 'I ,
unit honor fou hi Mf l side l ill I but and
;; > 1HU'UUywtltivtut
And what was tbereaultt that njnrardsf l MSonet.nJ to them for thin boon. the y 31.. Wednesday 1t18th, 1867. .
with ism lint bwlas: nwkn im reward, noofBce. cu.. uou. It ant tnrthroaph .
two hundred aid fifty thou.and,blackswere freedman is indeh.rd solely to the no. Which resolutions<< were nnanimottly 1 nwccps
uu torn away from their families -end bounded ambition and overruling spirit d"Jltt't1.'hercapou, Council ] cuntmb it"
looks down with loath and then t
east into the of the North anti Cast.Is ronleniii ailjourncil. until tu-munow at
ranks.to be mowed down by
on the miserable adventurer who four clock .'. M., for the | Here tho black man is toll, *+)i I
Confederate fire other needed' Look at IUryMOt"I'J
uselessly slaughtered before any proof the'
seek to the fruits of Wilwiutull Journal that relict- .
the of Port Hudson the action of the 't'f'ftortht'rll 1tn"Wfllf"rD reap a vHory they in;: the last tribute of rwpcnt to' ; ;
ramparts or hare not ,,1n.I.nd the deceased in accordance withalurr OWl cutbusiaaui U to be used ib the I
wontonly sacrificed In the burning mine* legislatures, which within but a interests ofparty-tvat his relijno'i !
Petersburg Was not this few days part, have, by overwhelming .\ now is the tits for the freedman the Resolutions
a price big : 11" doe* not spring front intelligent conviction ,
for their freedom and which majorities rejected black however to .Low the same feeling of reciprocal Mayori.ro ttn.
enough for suffrage, I,. l:. nOL IE Clerk. but from ignorant f xcitenent.which !
confidence to hit former
after God Indebted insignificant hi number that master which
-they only are tothemselves. suffragepromised the the NhanJrnuL_. .rne. ii' I
to be! that master showed him during the war, n ----" CI '
M. the name: of religion .t tarn t<'
... whole taaiKD.-Wo lad Ibis paragraph in I ma
Docs the freedman knew th. terrible Kven-- the- treat radical- State- of Ohio section of tbe country' were several exchange papers) "Miss Anna D.. i pipd account. Negro raiahtcrs, estU.

price he has paid for that freedom! We the home of seutorSherman!! tU. author completely' depopulated vf all able-bodied the charming and accomplished eldest I rying the Radical platform eourealt-l

can tell aim-aad tell him with Gen. of the very military law which has forced' men. and our mothers, our wire, our daughter of Lieutenant General Hardee, among the leaw of the Holy Uiblc.

Grant as our authority-be has paid the the elective franchise on the freedman- eLit.ll't'n.ln in charge of our slaves and Major was led N.to R.the Charnbliis.altar on the 21th ulu'by are to convert the house nf std in'11

penalty of one bullion lives! the lives of even the great State uf Ohio, within 1 when those slave not only worked for officer in the late Confederate a distinguUhed States a "lo.J.lleaguo.. room, the acramn.

bis aged father, of bit wife, of his darlitg! I than tea rity past, bas crushed the "xadd attempt supported, but often protr **! .shoal 1 he Richmond Times array sal altar into a scrtetary, i table, aDd
; baby, starved on the highways, and perishing lo confer on the blacks within her What the white man then thought of thai city, twelve months old.of which a child has in the reli .juu'dc\'oteo into a politicalj

: without even a sigh of pity I Ima I borders the petty privilege she has imperiously the black man let DOW tbe black man one deep blue and one bUck eye. lie parents !j J convert.. .\& the oxpt Mie of all th"

: is what the black mu has paid snatched frcm tbe South I think of the white man ami. under are
and fir which he owes nothing to Mr. ID presence uf this, what gratitude does the gnldence of an allwhe 1'rorideaoe, blue and the toother's black, the black nun to bo inouIu-J J in!"

Lincoln or the Radical Congress of the the freedman owe to Congress! XonJ our destinies will be linked in -one com- Russian The Boston Port says the purchase of an instrument for the twnen't of the
mon effort towards and hara Dirties gives us po.aesaioa of tho Radical II U
peace welfare I'
United States. and lest than none, u the States which icy aurora boresHs. r.rCen\
; la other words had the slaves that have -- Mobile baa .. be sacrificed, and his future well.being .
j of ,the compose Congress uniformly ..,. Objections have been made stricken the word, wbite* black
t South risen by themselves, and, unaided confirmed the stigma imprinted on the nui.Uf its city orUlaaaces. destroyed. Let our
to 'Iilitaryllead Quarters, iu thi.ttatc. people beware of who interest
ia great servih war against their, colored race and denied it, in their "1 Patrick preachers
masters own : being located at $t. Augustine Say what.. about,sweep themselves The '
t they mlgtrt have secured their I free limits, those rights they have so loudly -without reason we think Col i.inn Ofat tho roam '.b'o. answered he. hare in politics. )
lm under tbe ntinutra-
doa ftl half tie cost them proclaimed, based on ; sweeping out the dirt nil laving grown up
on.* paid by under huuunily, justice Spraguodeaircatoluvea* litUo dig. the room." lions of divines whom they havu
the t reecl'c.. into which nil religion!
; they play military authority aa possible It Is gtzminy remarked by travelers never teen OB the political roatraui.
. : were compelled lo eater by the political Bat now there is another class claiming during reconstruction, and he is will. that the wa.i crop looks spieadH all orer and those preachers who are drawing;

fieecsakjet of th*North. gratitude from the frtedman-and that ing to leave the reigns of government the west I i up political resolutions are pro:iI

Why, & *, 1* their gratitude due to class lathe'lout oral entitled to 'it: it is in tbe hands of civil officers, 90 lung .\Khtat is on foot in Richmond to erect I I ncnt at poiiticcl meetia are very

Mir. Unto or his memory, when, apart that class Political Vampires which ftl. ft* they guide within even hand. oa mill thuit.ofWuwlck&UarUda1e'IWnt a Bsaaota probably the agents, of Kcrutv.tjt : ,

i .from sympathies,none of hU. public law IB the track'el armies to murder the (,Nitre. will gift employment cotton E9&factory operatives.which, j I I vens and the Level, attic; in tl.intcresU h

ftd* bad emancipation U an object, but wounded, to rob the d.ad-to denounce .. A lady sometimes of their masters.

I! vioply as ft war measure, and persecute the livhjg. Like the bane 01. Karat SMITH was among the I her watch guard; built keeps in more charms important upon I, AL' .
guests at the llunuitloofr. Senator Sumner
in put.liL
J To deserve the proud title of apostle of and vulture bf keeps watch and .
I ffwur-Ur guard tier
.f',.. you never nice .\ the Itb ir*tant. charter, upon speech giving a d"fcriJltin of Kussiaa
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