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: September 19, 1868
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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System ID: UF00048642:00110

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vlrtue'ot the Power In in* retted OY VIRTUE of the power In me ..fII.et VIRTUE of the power In me te.ted AUCTIONEER.w

by Uw I bate levied upon and ibID by law, have levied upon and thallell'er by taw, 1 have levied upon and shell .
S.tT' otter for sal*.at PabUo Auction (fa front of for sale at Public Auction la front offer for sal at Public Auction in front MT.AL'Gi1ATl'EFLA.ILL \ ( '..\
E\'EIIY JRDAT the Stat Court Joan in the City of 81.Augustine. of the Court Hotue la the Town of En cube Court House in the Town of Enterprise !I ATTEND to all bualaess in his'

'AT SC; John's County, ,Stato of terpriae, County of YoIuI''". State of County of Votaila, Slat oCi J W line entrusted to his care.Jam' .
Florida, oa Monday the 7th day of J3eptembrr Florida, on Monday thj aevenlh day of Florida on Monday the seventh day ofeptembe' I ___ .
t Ala" tit.Joltn'sCO. 18C8, between .lIlm hours .f September 18C8, between the usual hour $ 1WJH, between the usual hours I'
.1 ..t..urry.tlnfl.'1 sale, all that undivided atofety or half la* et sgte. that certain lot, parcel" or tetof of sale that certain lot. parcel, or piece ALL CONSIGNMENTS WILL
.. r'MN land in aid of Voluila, Flat I RECEIVE:
term which alas Hank; of th* Stat of County of ground containing about one fourth 't : 1'lto1Ut'fTTEST'oX
I Georgia had or mat bate In that certain of Florida, containing four thousand fire acre In the Town of Vottula, la said Vo* I|I -TMrm |m -!" ..

BT stet, cf land In what M tapes aa alas hundred acre, owned and returned by luau County owned "'" Henry Mathla ,St: Mary's Academy. I
1 | F. Chain: or so much tbereotuwillpyr and rtturnid by D.A. Dagger agent, or I I Ito
""M r i iu a
; MATT: r" 1 fBIUtr VfV iLaJ BtM taWwfcW... "nm' ,for&u 18C7 cjuch tlwMof u*.jwwr Ute Statvand ,, SI.Co.Miucrr.il. A 1 3p Ine9orlda.: :
: '''3 ., '"" and expenses thereon, unless the same ia for 16G and -
(8.500,) more or lets, said tract of year expenses
rr land being bounded on arts alII. by land paid brfurtheday of sale.UEU1IEN thereon unless the same I* paid' before uv THE SUTKHH (IF .
_____ _ )Unsn.SheriI' ,
r ----- -- ...- belonging D. L.Clinch on the South tb* day of Sale. .Meitrv. 'i.
OP 8U 'tC I1'TION. by Public Road and oa tb*other sides by and Ez-olfcio, I REUBEN MARSH. : '

One lands owners unknown being the tract Tax AsaeHorandCullector. {I Sheriff and Ez-otflelo. j I'
cop/,one year, 52. 00 Volu.la I 1 It rilHEExcrcUiesorilui .
o Couall'lnt..rpri. Tax Acvef, or au.l Collector Institution will
riz autLl. I.t.oI family belonging* i; F. Clarke of St. !
DeecMod .. Florida, Yolnnia CiHinty.Enterprhe JL let rcui.ied un let Monday in Sep'
M three mouth, < I. 00 Augustine and purchased from
June 1st 1808 3tn U..,.r urxt.ft .
'ba'b i ; F'.orMa.lune .
one Renei Burnett, said
firS. miWrijx taken fur less than moiety or
litre...nth.. half having been deeded to the said Bank The above sale is postponed to Monday l). IM lw*. -:5,,,. ? furl her information apply at the I II

AU auUcrlptloai mutt be pad In adTKIIMS of the Stat of Georgia' by John T. 7lh day of Dccctubct UC$. '. The above axle! U J1O'tllOnt'tI.| l .. Monday 'I Academy, or for Jr"I't'CIUII.'hlro i :' .
I IlateSheriff '
o Myrick United Ktatea Marshal REUBEN )M.Ut411 MOTHER: SUPERIOR.. ;
ranM under 7lh day of Dwetuber 18<+i W.l "..
date of 7lh July Ifttl, or so much thereof. and Ez-otlicio. I u.clas: : MARSH. .Augu_ .1it.r.. : J
7 OKAilrertU U\UTISl-aSU. aa will pay the Taxes for year 18G'?, and Tax Aascuor anti Collector, late.t ht'rift" and Ex-: .>fficio, h' _

f expenses thereon, unless the same Is paid : Vu'iUMio County. Tax .lsact..or and (Collector : oiii.
i 0'r menta !Ull4 Interted oaths before the day of aale. i September 7lh I$I $. .1 'uhl.la Count**. '4
wlnjr ternitt
A. D. lUHJr.lU :
I September 7th 1M&Manhood ,
( Two lollar per square of twelve lines Fhi riff and Ez-olario. I TAX COhUSlTOIW' .K.: I 'u>u I: wtrkViin lau! i :win Bni.iv ly

ana under for the flnt Iniertlon. and one Tai Assessor and Collector :, 1IY VIRTUE of the power In hUt vect I .E; I" "'">. Judge of Pt..r.atc fur )the
dollar ror each uboqgenth .ertion. 81. John' County I ed by law, have levied upon .n' shall : How Lost, j I ouuty of St. Johns State of Florida. fur
Estate ant lr:*l notice to be charged St. Au-mtinc Feb. li.186S-6w: offer for sale at I'ubl.lIt.lua. in tent kit nudes Jo cell the Real: Entitle; ofni.

the aant M transient ndTertiwinent, es I Th above sale is postponed to Mondsy of the Court House in tlto Town i>l' Ea How Restored HuilUvrl ilrrcaxHl in said i | County and

cept notice of dUalwinn M lminiatra I the Oth day of October l&#. terpri-e County cf lulu+:a. hutc uf TUST publUhed. anew edition of Dr.fj State; tor the luyuirnl of the just and
lor iollara.Obitnar for.which the charge will be twent/ I A. I). UOQERO. Florida, oa Monday the seventh day of '...'.erweU'. Celebrated.Mar lawful delis ot raid Estate arid for distribution. -

lats-Sherld and Ez-oMelo. September 1808. between the usual hour :. on the radical cure (without .
/ notice and tribute, of respect Tax Assessor and Collector of axle, that certain lot, parcel or tract medicine) of SrnMATOBBiiacA or Seminal )I.UII.. .ALLEN .
char M adfe rtltwnenta. of land in said Volusia County: State of Weakness Losses Administratrix of the Estate of
St. John' County. Involuntary Seminal I
A liberal discount mad
oa yearly Florida, containing one thousand seven Ann
Hurlbert ;
September ida 18C& laroTKXcr. Mental and Physical In deceased.
vetiiaetaeftta. All yearly advertisement hundred and forty-four acres, lying oa August 1 108. .4w. .i;
capacity Impediments Marriage, etc :
scat be paid quarterly advanc L 81. John' Klver near Cabbage Bluff, Y.
almi. CoxsrNFTiox, Ern zrsv, and Fits I
.. TAX
I COLLKCTCU'3 SALK owned by Etla.C Thomas Fiteu. or *o "PUTNAMT"ATTOUXEY
B. A.
induced ; sexual
TAX CUhhKCTOKS. by wll-lmluigence or ex* .
8A1.RYvlrttivofthePoirrrln .
virtu of the much thereof will pay the State and ,
In Tested
the travagance.Prict
me .Teate by i-w, levied upon and tdr; >, envelope, only .
\\I by law 1 bar levied upon and ..It&tlt lullloflrfor) isle at Public Auction in thereon unless the same in paid before Ii rrntr. |>
t otter for tale at 1'uUta Auction la front fronfoTtb the day of llil" gilmira SOLICITOR 4
Court !louse In'lh. Town uf Mle..llEl'UEN Tint crlcliratr author in IN CHANCERY.i
.f the Suite Coati Hou*.. in the City of Enterprise: County of Volusia Stat; of : MARSH.,: | bit en.ny, i-irary: Ictuoii-ifratcn fraud a O.-W .
j m PaUtka. Putnam '
8U Aufuiltae. Joan: County, Mate Floriila, on Monday the: aeventh day ofSeptember burnt and: i :tu;i. thirty! ji-itiV lutvtf.-ful pmrtUf. that the I County :
i of Florida, on Monday the Tib day. of 1868, between theuaual hoursofsale. Tax Asu c"N.r and t .th..l..r.! I nbrniin; c<4Uf(lurucr* i>i self. nbui nosy | FIurM.1.Julv .
1N lippteniber a- that('.nair.lot, parcel 1. or traitor bi rll.H..ItU"! run1 williout th. \la'Is'r. ..* t : .
of *ark all lbs undivided Interrat nf land la said uerprlte: Florida. the ... .
y County of Volusia. State ii"r "if lI'C'rlllI.lidllt' .r N|<( ln-a* -
GUS, f-IOO fit hundred and eight n-lUII of Florida, June lat Ibti*.-:: m. I lion of tins x'intin .. le iv.
containing thousand acres, knifelN' out n ii < <>t IIO'I.I.. IIOf ZStia)%.
aster. which Jotejth D Weed ur Charlr being the South half of. tract kn'uwn>> a* The above sale Is pon'poned' ft Monday7th cure at itnre mmplc*. ccrtnin. aryl| fffTtnnl. ATTOMY: : .\:\1) "ttr\:-II.I.\I: : .\ 1'
W. Rtnlool ha I or may have in the PeW the Low Grant In Township ill, South day of Itecrmlwr I PM.N.IEL't by uivab..fuiiich every ,puGVrrr IKI
rer trod of laud Inowa and described on Kang24. East, belonging the Estateof a! \RSI1.lateSheriff matrt'r what hU romiition may II'. 'uiaycure "."v.Sr.lrcr.'r1.Vi.

lla."Ip'of the United Sutra: Survey *. D. I.. Clinch and return*! by Doyle and Cxoflicio.lax IIh..lI cheaply) privately, undraJically. :, // .!.
McaoBSUTowaibplOIUnK. au. 8.;,a and Greatly, .Agents once much therofai Affoxor and I Collrrttir: tfficcat Cvuit II,...,....
K. and confirmed by the: United Ktate* to will pay the Slat and County taxes VoSufi County. fc3* This Lecture should lie in ..beIlanl. ,May 1" 1H';. ,-|,,.
the. lIeIn of Frat'l 1'ellicer the elder. for yean I860 and 1G7 and expense Srilltm"'r .tta Jsr$. of every youth awl every man in 1 i.
or*mock thereof* wW pay the State thereon unless the tame Is paid before the land $ TR STICKNE :

and County Tau for year 1H thereon unless the came I. paid REUDEX MARSH. to any addre, postpaid on receipt of COUNSELLOR and SOLICITOR.
I before the day of sal. Sheriff and Ez-ot43c1o, BY VIRTUE of the power In me vet six cents, or two ...uU.amrIo.n% Dr.Culvrnrell'a !.!W
" ed b.w.1 have levied upon and ..balloll'tr 01.'JCftl.
, Tax Assessor and Collector "3Iarriage0aile'pricecents 10
Sheriff and Ex offieio Volosla for sale at Public \uttion.ln fruit Address the Publiahers.CHAS.J.C. AusuMlItu', Florida.
of the Court !louse in the Town of En.terptise
Augu-l H, 1W.H.
Entarp/is Florida KLINE & CO.,
TAX .XWQt.r and
Collector of Voliula Slate of
County ,
June lot 18GS-3m. 127 Brtwery. New York --- -- ----- ---
St. Jt4 n'a Counts Florida on Mouday the wvetrh day: of .
I'.....iliC'C' I Nat 4..J C.OJJ.I.'S.
The above ,
sale I
;t. Auputinc Feb. 15,, 1808-Cm day of December* postponed 1H68.REUBEN to Monday7th September l4'*", tctwetfiitlnu.'ualnourof r July. 1. 11f.I ._:}. ATTIIKNEY: : .,XD' 14'i r.\siLi.or.: : .\T
sale that certain lot ,
The above .al.l.I postponed to Monday MARSH parcel or tract .- !..' .\
of land in raid t'otinty of Volt is, Stateot
thef4h. day of October 1N& late-$btrUr and Ex-onlcio Florida: iitainiujc tire Immirrl /'.: /,< : JTAM. x.i..

.\. U. nnacRo. Tax Assrvnor and t'ullcctnr. lying OH law .'r""tk in the cnutt arrrn.) ufVwluoit. Moti'ee. .\tf.ur4 :.L.& lMi7.CHARLESTCN; .
lat lFl: riff 1 Et offico
'f an 1'u1u.it i .
t'uunty.ittrtuber OWIKI by llalu-n I.lnm: -r ii IV,
1'aa.hllf'llll and Collector $ 7th IN' or Miiiuch llirrnif a* wiimy: the Slate, AND FLORIDA
Ui John Cuual,. -- and fur 1$7. and yuTIeilshrrtI'} ;:isru.that tlb the
County'''" expensesthtreun
"September. .itla-1 RIG.... .- _. --- TA'X: COLLE:\- ro1t'ti 5.11.1'':. unl nj the wuuo U 1",1.1 brfore j\ firrt Tui'i"laj. the UU iiuy.in 'Me.att'r. .* STEAMBOAT LINE !
'. the Jay of Nile. IN\M: at the fiiiirt IIIUM| in the
TAX COI.I.t-crUU's: :3.\1.1-:. VIRTUE of the power in me vested KEVIIEN: : MARSH.Sheriff City of t\\.. AugtiMine. County uf $.. THE :on\J.n:
D.aRTU& of the |*wcr in no ve..t. by Uw 1 have levied upon*nd .hall offer and Ex-offit-io.: Juln': .. Stuteof Hoilla : I will offer at
el bylaw, I have levied upon and hall for sal at I'ublic Auction in front of the Tax Assessor and (' !Iector.VolunU Public out-cry, all that ct-riain portion of CITY POINT
offer for.. at I'uUte Auction la front Court House in the Town of Enterprise i'wiicty. )land known u* the Furl I'ealfii place,
of the Court llouMtathe Towa of Enterprise County of Voluala, Stat of Florida, on Enterprise Florida, being in the County nfurexniil alum ((1,000 TOUM,)

I :-i! County of Volnala, Slat of Monday the aerenth day of September June bt ltUhyin. seven miles from aid city of lit Angun* "!At'T.\lS ffl.8.III.I:

, '! Florida,oa Monday the seventh day of 1HGM, between the usual hours of sale, The above 9'ile I la f'O.II'ontd to Monday tint- ; containing eighty acres more or ,
i 18& tktutual that certain lot less the of the Nathanllobrtlo. Will. and nfler Jutv In
. September 'ween hour parcel, or tract of land lit day of December IftKREl'llEN being estate on leave riiarle-,
of vale that certain lot, parcel" or tract belonging. to and returned by Henry : MARSH. clrroa.rl.VR.1t1'1S. lou EVERY: TUESDAY at n o'clock! P.

,i of land in ail County oC 'Voloala Slat Itlebarlion.describedafollows, to wits late Sheriff and Ex oMcia, : HUBERTS. 1.. : Savannah fur Florida EVERY i
, of Florida,containing on* hundred acre, W. 1 of 8. W. ) Section 10 Township Ill, Tax AM-nior and Collector.- .\cJblbd"rat rll. WEDNESDAY: .InVWkP. M. : touch
. known a* the EUtaJwth Uunch Grant Ranf 33. South and East, lying on the Volusia ROBERT: W. ROBERTS. ins.. Ft. Mary's, Fernamliua, Ja'boaill. ,
-- flag; oa the Halifax River bet ween lands Halifax River, or M much ....reof.1 will ', 7lh I".f'" County. Administrator .. and all ixiints on $t. Jul1D"rl..r.. '
r" joined by W. Sharp and E. A. )lcD a. pay the State and County taxes for year T September St. .\ug1u1tln..1CC'ra. 1.'lh IfG8.-Iw.prxutx. RETURNING will leave Pilalka
: add, or act much thereof a* will pay the 67 and expense ther oo. unless the ., .:\".:UTUniSI)>>.\\'. Jacksonville
p Stets and County taxet for year IKG7 Mm Is paid. before theday:of..I.. T.ta COLLECTOtt'SSALE.BY :. ian,i n. t. nt'zaatt EVERY: FRIDAY. sal l Savannah for

't 1 1 and t'1......*. unless the same u paid .... REUBEN MARSH. VIRTUE: of the power In m. vest Charleston EVERY: : SATURDAY, at H I
i'; fur the day of Mle. Sheriff and Kx-cfficlo ed by law, 1 have levied upon and shall F. & D. L. DUNHAM, clock A. M. .
Ji1; REUBEN MAUSH. Tax Assessor and Collector offer for isle at l'ubUeQralun., in front DKALKUS: IN April 25.1868,
Sheriff ana Et-officio, VoJuiU County. of the Court (louse ia the Town of Enterprise -. - .. -. .

:. Tax Assessor and Collector F.nl"rJrinerlda., County of Voluda. State of DR GOODS &
Vlooaiarounty.EnterprI June let 18G8 Su Florida, Monday the seventh day of or Sale.

.. Florida, The al>ove ale i* postponed to Mon Juno let 1NI$- .3m. day of Pccemher 18G8.REVUEX of sale, that certain lot, parcel, or tra-n Clothing, Hats, .
The ..boy'w. it pottponed to MondjyREUBEN MARMH.Sheriff of land containing two thousand arm Ml \"tt. of fine Hammock
and Shoes A.r.CT ,
itla.la, or Dceeaher 1f'tM" and Ex-eMein. In Volusia County, lielnjr Township Iti.Range. ; Pkoi.ttaFor ing. on St. Jolm'n

MAUSII. Tax Assessor and CoRertor.Vojasla &South and East lying near A.>n
: fate>Hberiir) and Ez-ot6rle, County Spring lames Lake owned by \\m., R. 'u t| further p rtirlar. nrplv, 1ft
General Coinminfimi JOSEPH: n.lmr.uu.J..n. .
Tax Assessor and Collector. Hrptemtor7lhlftGft.JVotice.. Hay wood or so much thereof as bill pay < i t.:. I ...-'.

l't1' Volufla County. - the taxes due the Stat and County for Mei-fhantH.; I IHt. .- .. "
September: ;ih 183.h year IW17. and expenses thereon unless
the same Is paid before the day of!sale. AHKBMIno, Flu.Aug. Notice.

FOP Sale. Sheriff and Ez-oftcio, -- -:. -- : "

Persons ladrUed. to the Estate u f Tax Asswor and Collector 11.Notice i 4 LL per*** indented I to tJ Estate fit ,

) \1fE of the. most dealraUe residence* ALL Papy deceased are requrvted Voluula County. i iQIX p I /\ R.rft'ttr 4rc.a,..l. are re-
I j \J la St. Augusda to make I wediate payment; and Enterprise Flori la. I "|"et-lf'IG l make ilDaDtd1I. payment, cod 1
Larg* airy hoa*. with lat thai tree, all persona having claims against aaidetiat June h' 1SG8-*m. U! pron+ luting. dams; apaout: said !
- situated immediately on the n.,. Tt* *. art requeued prevent the tam* The above sale I Is postponed to Monday7th week after date. 1 will apply to i ..tatr. arc r,'qurft'tl to f rr"nt the rime
LoaN sad Immediategro unls will I.e properly authenticated to th. Underdfn dsy of December IHoXREUBEN J5 the lion. Judge of Probate of St.Join's properly autbntlcnti to the CDd'nlp.{ "

.;1 old law Enquire of .4, within the by law, or )Un lI. County for letters of administration. ,. e4 Uhta the time prtr rilH hy law or .j,
tf.. M. It. AN'DREU.Auctioneer this notice will b* pealed in bar of tht-r V lite-Sheriff and Ez-ot>fclo. on the Estate of Hannah Sander, thi noire w ill h* pleated io bar Of their j jrffllnrl'
and Rl Estate Agent recvery.' Tax AueswrandCollector.Volusie late of said' County drceaL :

8U AunuUn*; JOn.V 11ENBY.. Coun'r. UEuneU PEP1SO. J111Fzri..tl.l.f.1.
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i ,Sfjl.iii> ia.l.tr' the-leading politicians, of the dominant other parts of the Union anti hope also to Make! Room fer' Igra.I. --:. TIle ..IJlIaBet..

.... party, began to fear that unless rtstrie- ealUt ia oat service, others from abroad. The public debt vutemeot show

AUGUSTINE, FLOW DA, lions were plated, upon the plans, of We shall endeavor to fill our columns The Commissioner of Emigration tu iucrcuso during the month of An.Ku .
of the Southern the of b at ia New York city |*rfcc.
p restoration, States, their with reading mutter suited to taste present Cor over 610,000,000. This j is-
8ATURBATMEP.19FOR 1d8., party was b danger of losing its control all our readers. ting his arrangements fur reduced
of the Xaiional affairs. Our agricultural and horticultural departments rate of fare to Immigrants,and adopting attributed by a prominent Treasmy

I -- In view of this, and ia fear of this, and will be devoted to supplying the oeeessary measures fur turn Official, to tho payment for the !

as has been again and again admitted by information to our 'ganlenen and planters tog emigration to our State. Meanwhile Alaska purchase $7.500,000, and

hem, solely for the purpose of maintain- upon all the various productions I communications arc solicited the immenkc Army expenses, which .

_ log this control, they enacted variousaws suited oar soil and climste. The mOlt from rcsponiil! parties forth the in ad every, are nearly AS t.tuds! all the other
culminating injbe Ml.econstruc- approved varieties, modes of cultivation, cuuuty, fairly retting vantages
of the
I and I iuducciucuts which each Departments to
ion" legislation. soils best adapted to their growth,
I settlers. sham state
The result to the South of this leg!,. manures most suitable aDd available. presents gether.
I the character of the soil the timber
This increase of the debt
U. atioa was disastrous in the extreme. Our mechanical department will embrace ocean,
proximity to market developed and
The colored population were rendered a summary of such new and useful undeveloped natural resources, the too, when the collections from eat.totus .

Horatio Seymour, discontented ; old animosities we rt,r. improvements In this branch of industry, price of laud, amount improved, and have been greater than fur toy

OF NEW TOItK.t4 tire ; new antagonisms created and ,exasperated as will meet the requirements of our length l of time under cultivation together month during the year, and when
-. ; the confidence and good understanding people.In with inducements offered ;
special the working force of the var'ous tie.parttueuts .
. between them, aDd their the arts and sciences we shall eadeavor -
bv of immi
i FOR VICE PRESDENT.t : way encouragement to (except the ), hu
informed and army
.r' former owners destroyed. to keep our grants. These will form the basis fyr
t FRANK: P. BLAIR Industrial pursuits came to a stand: fully acquainted with the rapid strides future operations, and it U hoped been reduced nearly one-half.

t OF xl sounl. Plantations were abandoned ; and where that have beta made during the cast few that interested parties to every county This Is a pleasant 'nut for the

but a short lime previously, the well tilled years. will) respond to this invitation. Radical press and stump orators to

1 FOR CONGRESS fields told of the brilliant hopes of the General literature will also receive a Communications should be address* crack,andAwhen the plcople find out
planter the ruined fences and rank largo share Ar our attention ; and we ed to O J5.. Attstja, Commissioner
; t&ft&ernel ia thtrttrmy that is &sia.
Hon. \\ BARNES growth of noxious weeds now spoke of shall offer. .to. our subscribers. (reap time otE.i' If '..f.h- ,
.OF JATKMINKxamlaer. a desolation, even more sad than that of to time, such extracts from our exchanges "tIIO salt.FLOaroA ly kept up in the South, and by tin!
-- : the war. as we trust will meet the approval of Frcedmcu' Bureau, perhaps they

M. Augustine Capital which had before been poured their tastes and shall also keep them so ITS CLIMATE, &C.- will see it, and not forget the fact oa

in, with even a lavish hand was DOW advised by such reviews of new issues We gratefully acknowledge the re the 4th of November next.
Our New Prospectus. withdrawn or withheld. as shall enable them to make judicious ceipt of a book, of the above title from .

Intelligence and virtue were proscribed selections for their libraries. M essrs. L P. DEWIY & Co., of Jack The September I .
the val.ortbil and ignorance and vice exalted. Our local columns will keep our citisens It bo ionceeded aUhlDdll
Upon paper, at soot;isle, being a manuel of reliable seems to on
the clove of the war, iu its Issue of Our former slaves were now Jo become and their friends abroad advised *f information concerning the resources that there will be no special
our matters and to become such with the incidents of the week. I
August 11th 1SGG, wu laid, to ourreaders all their passions ,excited into a bitter As a summary of the aim of our efforts, of the State and the inducements session of Cougrof: aDd that it will!

: burning hatred for those who bad once we would say, that we desire to make our which it offers to immigrant Price not meet before December. General .'

.I "Bettering now as it believed in former owned them. paper acceptable, and of value to all our 50 cents. :;CIIL CK ofUbio and Senator .Motu -
days>e.ce that and the pro only periijr way vf of a preserving people 1* in thiI all Under this state of things there could people. AN of New York to whose Jccuioa
Duller* of tioveruiaeut to adhere striclljr be but one course to pursue. The Ancient City bas but little else to WABUIXUTON. September 1:.- the matter was left. by the Radical
to Constitutional obligations." No one believed the reconstruction boast of but its age and delightful climate. Late Colorado advices state that the
"Tii CXAMINBlt will DOW, a* then laws to he constitutional. Not a lawyer For three hundred years it has Democratic delegate to Congress; is inctulx rs, upon the adjournment are
q be ever found faithtul to the requirements elected.At said to have advised the Uel'ublitaDmefUben
stood nearly as it stands
la the whole to-day.
: of State ami luionaCusftitu ions, > length and breadth .of fairs
the final interview between
'T'! at>4 wiil defen one from encroichaieut land, would peril his reputatioo.li/ Why should this be so ? Our neighbor the againrt a jefsion in September
d upon lie other. Its influence however an assertion. In fact the authors themselves cities are growing and improving d'&I"1 Teuncttve LcgUlative: Committee; and I if tfc is be true there will be
I bumble will: be given to the healing of did day, and with equal advantages, in the President, the President stated I
not have the effrontery claim nay no quorum tin cither house en theabout
flcction&l ,strife aad the earliest restora* that he had ghen their application
i lion upon just principles of good will and this. some particulars greater, the city of St. mature consideration; and concludedto :!ht. This hu been brought
I comic tl.*,between tnt SoutU and thtNurthV We took our stand therefore where we Augustine, is to-day only what she has instruct General Thomas to furnish in spite of the efforts of the carpetbaggers
, I 1\\ .stated we should always be found; on the been for three centuries. whatever were to
: In support of these principles and side of the Constitution. We invite the co-operation of our citi- maintain troops and sustain necessary the \ and ICIILnr J"I. who are soanrioas
. with the clews above in the efforts shall make peace pre to creata militia
exprcucd. the Kx* This was no ordinary conflict. It was tens we to n- seat Teune see Government General a negro to
jl AUtjiKt has .abort hard and fArne.ti r. not one Involving simply the best means move this stigma. Let us bare our railroads 'h ,was can call on the Secretary of I operate on the election, partly be

:ft It was never our iDtt'Dtlon.lo male thismpir & of governing a nation but it was one on our canals our lines vf Mearners War /irail additional troops wheuneccttary. cause should Congress" meet i.n the

] : a political one still lo-s a part1ii. which the existence of a nation depended.So and sailing '"If Is. ThPr.iuatittcca'tctwuda a set, there would be hardly time tu
L paper. lo C"llib this: where a large far as our feeble efforts, and our It can be done-it must be dune. visited General cht+Gcld.
,; portion of the reading cwmmunlty, e*- limited means and influence would '0. will be one of the chief aim of our efforts The following I* the dUpoith of I pas* a militia law over the veto it

pocUllduring the winter 1 is iompoe*rl we have done our utmost to aid to sustain sand to ihi earl..10 a nlr! the rich the C'o'tw.ittcf &AJ the 'Ix-gtalature: : would purely meet, in time to haveeffect
"t; of those who like little or Du interest i Uit that existence. The 1'nwidcntwill ptirfain the civil upon the election and |>artlybecause

politics, or perhaps are on tlie nj'jHwhe This we sbaU continue to do, until after surround t authorities. Orders will b* issue toDctmrifflcut the tuctubcr wit> bar. gone

1 aide. a J'Olb lelll paper duo'* not men thei the Presidential election t hoping, nay are. and may be made tributary lo this Couiuutxlfr to ntuitait back amont; their constituent*, find
i ,hes or r uirrments of the place. Productions vane: inJnmrevaluable ana aid the civil uuihnritie and
pfople. tru ing, in the success of our candidateshen tu+rr *. sub- such a change in public opinion that
I. It was therefore our iutemion as es ( and a return to our constitutional than can bo found in any bur cieut force will be furnished toaccom*
in the lace t lionV the world. ; such they fear any further legislation
pressed of our paper above rights aDd our constitutional! relations, pmh I'urpctt-e.
t alluded to, todevoe it. "to the interestsuftlia with the Federal Govcrament. In furtherance of the I'foCl'alllDlf.lbulflhiblled. NEW YORK, September 13.The against tho South will injure their

:t ("mil,.of coataitrca and whatsoever If our hopes are realised we shall have we invite contributions, front "GuiJin;; Star" brings adticesoi'a prospects in the N'orth more than any

t j la our judgment will conduce to theinterest fulfilled our mission ; if not, then it will I every one.Particularly. .,terrible earthquake: in Peru an.:T j gain they can achetve in tho South.
It I of the people of Florida ; ,and be useless to persevere longer will these be found useful .:<|ua'.nr. Twenty five thousand live* -- '

.i I more particularly! the advancement of In the course that we have pursued and valuable from our subscribers, upon were lost and a dozen cities destroyed.PuRTLAMi STENHOUSE CO.,

the Ancient City, and of East Florida, e s it has invariably been our object to deal agricultural and horticultural tub feet.. MAINE, F*pt. 12. 10;, 110& 112 .:.\*T IJ.\T Fr"
'J t coming more Immedlat-ljr within itssphere. with principles, not men." So far as Their own and their neighbors experience The ;Republican State Committee
is ." was possible and consistent with our r win always be found service, each through Congressmen Janiys and CUABLE3TON. J*. l'.,

\ At the liae wt thus wrota. a 'peel duty as a l'lIbUoJournalitt. we base en to the other.A '1. Vlaire. after canvas nfevertr township alto

and satisfactory solution of the difficul 1 deavored to avoid personalities; out las a plain statement of facts is all that otitnalo the Uadcul Majority 85 Bay Street, Savannah. Ga.'I' .

i ,. ties incident to the termination of crisis like loaf through which we have will be requite uvvr. twenty one.thtu.-aaJ. I 'IIE subscriber*. in rnnnni with:
great revolution WAS confidentexpect* passed and are still passing in the fierce Contributions rrl.tin: ;; to the rsUUish* -4 .. -- ..- I \ tlt<*ir houtu < UirU'ti.n. q.re
ed li/ all sides. x ebullition of public sentiment incident to meat of communication witlioih.-r points .\ rather tart ;tenth wa* r 'bl'hj: | t'ntyi '>nj in :a""I1..il. of th* soar

The initiator/ steps la%I; a':realItita such a period! disreputable men Iwe by menus of cxn.il railr+alr. steam or the exl|+erleiicenf his vyago U-T"* nim-aivl .11., .b.-rN tUnull. : kwpeittitaiitlr
ii Uaii-! a full.!!*>: .vfF< <>l'K.nn'os. .
: taken, and we were far on the roil to a been thrown louse surface who have ex* sail will be thankfully; reolved and are th.' ocean ta kynipathizitig frk'ud. .'OIUN. .\ pKiiiuvE OKSKUAI.LV.alUf -

peaceful harmonious and permanent restoration cried a powerful influence for evil upon themes which we rcjnrd. "LaiD"DI!/ :"aid he "1 tell you what all fellow, which rill !,. toil .+n
I la those tad worthy, not the the m"t favorable: trrun.
proper con titutionsl our communities: in our condemnation only attention of our ski there's
one good thing al out i it
; >
,t relations with the General Gove ra. of these, it has been impossible to confine tens but of those from alnud. STKXIIOt'SEiCO.
though. You ran ,get as tight Sei'ieiab'r I:, ltu;& 3m.LOXG .
1 an
; meat to much desired and of such para ourselves so entirely as we had wished Historical incidents cnbtvted with ; youplease e

jl I mount Importance to the Southern Slates.We within the bounds prescribed.Consequently this or any other part of l"l4ri.lanol i in every Jay, and everybody I JAS. i'--CALDWEi.L: ,
writ anxious for this restoration! : iu all cases where prooflum"lfDt which this portion U so peculiarly rich. thinks you're only scxtick: :"
.1-11 SJlUlll'
Iff I upon almost any con,lttIon. existed, we have not failed to will( be dUlarp..daltd.! not only! by ourselves 'Twelve .r e
Our whole Land was desolated b/ tI.I. denounce! such characters, in terms fitting but by the reading community hundred thousand men COTTON FACTORS,
;t f war. Our people worn down with fa the occasion. everywhere.In ready to march and an unlimited
I tigne, disease, exposure, and want, itapoverlshcd To these we have no apologies offer. connection. with the publication o. apply of money Such according ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
.; to tht last degree starvationstaring There is, however another alas, whose our paper we 'have arranged reading to France.l'fJJhe What nation present ia the position world.of" Ckarlcsloa, 8. C.

: us and our families In tht facet party connections, with such character, rooms for ladies and gentlemen, where it asks .. t DVANCC3 male on eootijrnmenU.
oar only resource was, in our rest on induced, undoubtedly by honest and disinterested access to our exchanges can be had. For could including even England Refer shore who wish lalorouuioaD.
give the peremptory dewuatlion ,!. L. rretklettt Fr.
McKajr, of *
thn speed/, to Federal relations : our convictions, have felt aggrieved the present and up to the let November of Taplea
such elements of : National i:, c.Sf'.f. .
I only! hope, ia the liberality of Northernfriends. and offended at our course, U in 'some no charge will be made: : after that date! France i is powerful and rich to a degree 1:=. IS'Xm

. ; degree implicating themselves the sum of ::.i tU., per week will be ,of-h5eh the l loan not withstanding .. -
'J Our relations, with our former slaves, To such we have to say that we have asked.Dy it* surprising result, doc not Ancient Citj
''I were at that lime, of the most friendly always discriminated, ia our thoughts, the course we have prescribed for give the- comp'cte me tlur.e."' yet RESTAURANT.CIIIKLOTTC .
character. Thtir'Dew status 'was be and their expression between honest men ourselves, and the literal inducements we .. .. .. ..
,I pining to bt understood And appreelatanti eJ. with honest convictions and honorable shall offer> we hope, to receive as we shall TUB \soLtrtoc or SLAVERY A frill IS : SraccT.-SArra\ ortiatsx
: well known and "
.I they were gradually falling into the character, and the reverse ; and while endeavor to merit, the co-operation and FINALltr.-Slutry is dead and I _|_ has recently been hupuluttettxat rt-fiMe-J and ,.
new position which the result of the war we could not fail to respect the former, assistance of our friends and the community burled and its grave has been filled! furnished, in good style, for the kecom
; had assigned them : which t.t1... acknowledged equally so could we not fail to condemn in general. up and its epitaph written by the raoUtion of its Patrons cumfortabl
1 i by all, with the utmost JiberaUt1. and denounce the tatter.As !. ---__ Southerners themselves. It is both PRiVAVa Koox for Parties, ant a

before indicated, we propose, after tits The Southern war .class,a, absurd and silly for the Radical to Prsuc The CHOICEST KtADixa ROOM\VINTS are KtueheJ., LIQtOU.t.

II Extensive preparations were being the Presidential election! to devote our on file to the war office foot op over; attempt to infuse into the present I' and ALES, will W fount at the tar
'1.1 made nn all sides, with the aid of Northern paper, to the interests of the people and $30,000,000. The Secretary of campaign the notion that the Demo.tnll which U also supplies! with ICE.enabling J

: capital to resume agricultural pur community which we live; to the exclusion War has asked tho advice (the Attorney will restore slavery they are the Houtt to furnish all the popular
(> drinks,
ccoing daring the '
\ suits; and on a scale commensurate with of politics altogether.We s-.ccewful. An idea so summer
+,t General, io relation to their should not be entertained preposterous The Proprietor grateful for the Ubenl
the demanJ, for Southern productions. are making arrangements for a among in patronage htrttofort ezunJol 19 bia. '
I Our planters and their former slaves, further and adequate supply of typo ant payment being much perplexed bjr telligent people.! Aw. York titrate tru'U L/ lair attention the w&QllolLIs
it t entered at once upon these un+lertsklnt gs. printlogmaterialgenenUratdlbagthed a conflicting Legislation on the sub .. patron, to merit a continuance' the "

with the most perfect understanding, an present to our readers a full sheet aD.lI'UeN ject.. When an acquaintance says, I same.
confidence in each other and with an and improved both in material appearance .. 0&low are you ?" and rushes to you 1 April 2;;. 18t;. n. M. sxow. .
energy that had been unknown before. aDd matter. IK auto other men as they wouldlikely without waiting for a reply, 1 i I -

I Everything bade fair and every prospect We have secured the aid of able con do unto you, art they won't wouldn't, if I was in your place follow PICKLES.

was It was nj: cunt however after this thatiTx portions of cur State, as well as in'i to :.-t shirt w.beJ hu I teas: w11.r Spices, Xuincs n,,Te.. CiMia. 4*.
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