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"T: vs. a i AVaPd v , r . The win or tne laie jmwiu a. me peiww newsJ M vens. bequeathsnearly $20,000,000 to 2 Buiioc t at school houses iLesislora and Hobclien, ; ' public f f GEORGE Q. CANNON, Tf , i rif buvled by an oG to that he also bequeathed city $530,000- ir.in B. GlavsoaJk J. X. Cala. - Lc3m & HaagTm-.H- .' 1 I f UiS IjUlUUUUIUUlK Hnvmm. it . erwuou mo an turn yv ui ior "r..u inwuwuuwj IVTEDITOn ANP; rUBUSHEB. on Battery, for the completion of which to call - September 22, Tuesday, j The Faroiite Comedian, Hr. P. C3.tA nrSTrtr Tinnv Tho o.f A tu. h lKWfl OILUe DwU A H301UUOU W H on toe fall to the widow and children, offered in --each House, galling NOVA BCOTIAr iJopez, who betrayed Maximilian at President to j furnish: a sufficient tne Federal military force to preserveDOW. Ouerata.ro. is now in this citv. I runner respectfully to announce QOfftt but it ln Tho Tnnnnpcrt nnmmttnnM "t,A BEQ : For a considerable time past oar tele-- t , When he will appear In in th TTnitAri Rtnta nnr. I Houses, and tne uovernors mess v.ii If Ku Afi!nn from xrn aignmentof. graphic dispatches and exchanges hare the Dominion and a return to its oW chasing war vessels, and who returned wsJ referred to where JwIU jie bted s occasionally contained allusions to the TWO crnjLKAcrrEirs. ' ' on the ram (onewall,, arrived . British orovlnce or .10 JapanRatnrdavhvthnrtf as Status -TCSZZail. lepiriM JtiWi discontent prevailing in the British pro- - annexation to the United States. STAPLE ana FJLXcr news - has TUESDAY . EVEWIWff, to ensure -- .ixndon,-S0. to leave Yokohama Important compelled Tince. of JSoTa Scotia. Aa most of our . to visited tha effect ! commissioners have their personal safety, as the Japanese been received from Madrid " BEPTEmJEn 23, 1808. readers are aware, the British provinces th Canadian nrovince of Nova Scotia, in order. If authorities, of the Southern . faction. hat the Prime Minister. Gonzales Bri- or upper and Lower Canada, (liew to decapitate them, if Will be presented, the Glorious Comedy In S Vo; and two other members of the la heal the breach" but they ltthreatenedUiev Maraula h&ve determln had the t i eta, xeened: entitled, n.hlnt were icon Brunswick and Nova Scotia yya , maill in tMe United Btates until the rx anameir overtures weio weawu auor bad been requested to ta&e federated a little orer a year since under scorn, i ana it seems as lr qouudr anairs ox j anan are setued. The their Dlaces ad interim micai the nam of the Dominion of Canada. n'rthn MrvAinf tha Union will satisfy commissioners have heen under the nro- - The Uiieen is returning to juaoria. FOR TMETBADE, V This scheme had been.on foot for several the people there. A Martial law has been proclaimed at w w v t 1 X to Japan. : j Dendin; be their return f : the ... . Capital , years before its final consummation, in that the negotiations, now wave occurred in the harbor of pans journals nere, nave repons mac A tidal we offer Low for Caeh.P16nr. Grain Which deed as early as 1S54 the colonists had tween this and Great Britain Yokohama, Aug. 15th, the day after the I ft general the Queen WllOLHB A TtT, And KEtaii ' at rebellion, against 'coutitry ACTOR. G STKOIJLI2V Tlio . expressed a wish that this union or con for the rene wal of the Reciprocity Treaty earthquake in South America. i had been commenced In Spain, headed Arizona advices to Kept, otn, say that I hv Gen. Prim, and by the Ueul's recently nOVEB, tb atrolllnar Actor. federation should be effected. In 1S04 between the United States and the Do The Stock consists. In part, of Col. has made a treaty of peace exiled; , Bome accounts say that the . the preliminaries and details of the minion, which will, t no doubt, be com with Price Mr l McKenne SlrQeoTKeThonder. the Wallapie Indiansl , The sava- rebels were on Madrid in force Harry Tnnnder Mr J M Hardle scheme were arranged at Quebec, and Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Mr J 8 T.lnriRaV narr not; already, ges consented to surrender ' their; arms Insurrectionmoving if an Is reported to; have broken jAhn at day, early; pleted 1S67 has who In of conference a Bmootn, kindly. on locate Epbralm colonists, will have a tendency to restore that and the river. . v early out in Andalusia. E Bowrlng IMce, Starcli, SyrupH. --MrH rolanteered.1.. . Mr J O Uraham Isabella visited the Emperor 81m .. consisting of delegates deputed by the prosperity do . Nova. Scotia the loss of Gen. Devin has assumed command of Queen . ...Mr J Hyde district of Arizona, vice Gen. Crit Napoleon and Eugenie at Biarritz, soon Farmer Gammon Soap, Candles, Tobaec, governments of the several provinces, which she so mourns, and so mollify the Mr EDCTOWttier R.nV. f.tr ordered to report at San Fran- after the return of the latterTrom tenden, . F Neslen B Mr Umn summoned by the .Home Government, the present bitter feelings of Its people. cisco. Major Clendenin has assumed - - i' ;x-x.Soda, Saleratus, Mr 8 W Darke Trap .v. !;. ' ( assembled in Ixmdon, for the purpose of Be this as It may, it is hardly presuma- - command of the .; atPrescott. a New York. Tne Meraut'8 lonaon nrmn air t,..xjbuj j Matthews R .Mr Walter. Yeast Powders, Pepper, will alf nntatlw Several Indian outrages have occurred special says dispatches from Madrid First Hnfflan. settling and ratifying the proposed VUW.' rln-t)al.Mr C F Attwood O M Donelson .Mr Second Rnfflan. scheme, f When they had completed by and see the secession and annexation The crops of the Spices, Pickles, Oysters, j are looking naval fore s off Cadiz bad revolted, and lAdy Amaranth. .MUs Adams Territory for their preliminary labors a measure . , . ' M Bowrlnff banished to this country of one of the most vain flneiv. thn Onerais Ameiuu. recently tut Candiei .Miss Alexander Canncd(Frnits wasWcalled up this to join in the revolt. Mar-- Jane. the confederation of the provinces was able of her North American colonies. The case of Surratt . I had returned a V ' Bailors, Kervants, Kaffiansetc. introduced into the House of Lords, and The hold the Mother Country has upon morning oeiore juage wyiie, in tne hal Delatore headed the movement j Raisins, Curraiitn, Flga, do tn sides and was men old court, criminal xnecounseion of the the ' leading both . . had a a. month I In about passed those provinces is scarcely more than appeared. The District Attorney stated oevcrai wwdsuto Honey, Maple Sngar etc., iu uwsusiain party after almost and i to con CL1YE. immediately most Houses, SWORD witn tne HISS is acknowledged by nis readiness and the It. insurrection: the still, proceed nominal; DMCE, joined received the. Royal assent, it being or- hem, and Nova Scotia has been hitherto spiracy Indictment, having decided to intense panic prevails at me court ai Who has kindly TOlunteered. i ': Woreeatef, Jockey -Club and in the murder In- - Madrid. Troops have been dispatched Nanees; Broonwj- Tabs, Backets. ' dered that the measure should take considered as amongst the most loyal of enter a nolle prosequi ,, WMb Ktwd, Aiei and J filed a from letter dictment. He comCache Gen to the To Acting a conclude new. with south; taking t laughable Farce, effect from the 1st of July, 1S67. all her numerous dependencies. Should Attorney General Browning, approving mand. A rumor prevailed in Paris, on never before acted here, entitled, the nolle prosequi was Saturday, that ' Queen Isabella had ab-' J From that time the fiery little pro- the present state of, feeling in .Nova his course, when ls''r vince ofNova Scotia has been continual- Scotia ripen into an attempt to secede entered. Tne case was then called on dicated, v FOR'AUIDQVJ! GOAL OIL ;& PMlJTS de-Paris! The indictment. the 21. the disSome conspiracy reports say of the (that deepest and annex to the United States, the fense ly manifesting signs Coraellcui Popjoy,. JXr. P. Slarsretfaf surprise, as they had rising in Spain. Is not' a movement of Hr. M r J C Grabam content, and the most determined oppo- - chances of success would not be very come expressed Mr Cremorne Adolpbua tuo le murder in the Liberals alone, but is supported by Mr Capsicum Pepperpod prepared'to try .:...Mr J M Hardle sitlon to tne union. Tneir nres step great unless the whole of, the provinces dictment, and they asked a postpone--f all parties. It revolu- Mr Sprlngwlieat........, the stated that is Mr D Crowther Mr J Hyde to make a special tionists have failed at some points, Mr Fillagree.. after the issue of the Royal proclamation in MnMrf Tn hA lotto A.a. i fa I ment till 1 Adams We Bball also la Isabel .'Mias ru want 'leaders. proclama-The to of ,1" owlntr the 7V" ; plea,setUngtheforthamnesty announcing the inauguration of the keep fully supplied with Alexander Miss - Mrs Wlnnlngton. or wijr ujxoijr tne abdlto 4tn defense. tion in was about mor the last, that Queen July .Miss Piatt to with- Britain would be very strenuous . to re--1 The "hew Dominion, was an attempt isiaay ". H Uudge assented to the postpone- - cate is discredited. ..Miss B Nave Miss Tablth draw by the consent of the Dominion strain them. Should Britain, however. I ment till intelMoniteur The EXTRA. S.!VS. FLOUR exciting f OF TIME: ChlcaKO. The Illinois State Fair ligence, receivedpublishes CIIASGE Dr1lmant Vkiit fl rl I r f Ttr fpmnnil few decide to draw the sword in defence' of the It says yesterday;; FEED And the from JKer. OPEN at 7 o'clock, Performance . at Quincey: the accession of some crews of the fleet at eomaaences commenced chant Mills, which we will war- - . hope in that direction they memorialized her authority, it Is not very likely that show of horses, cattle, and punctually at 74. ' stock cen er Madrid to the revolutionary movement rant First Class, the Home Government. There too, the United States, laboring under an ally, was better than ever before. The was expected; but accounts, so far, are was I imperfect. It is certain: however, that their sppeal was fruitless, being defeated mmense war debt, will go to war to ef display of agricultural ii. .J implements. -. .XI ' J .1 naa bo uoh guuu,have . Bravo Gonzales uiuen uepartmcuia and the ministry 'by about 100 majority, Since that time fect the annexation of provinces, when about an averagcKdApiay. The weather Gen. Concha nas and that resigned, ktail' Families, Kre!h,.ers,1 Oraders.t the wrath of the little province has been at no very distant day, it is highly pro- at the start is very unpromising," but been summoned to Madrid to form a Restaurant Keepers will find It to lloUl t toelr I to glTe us a call. ; r exceedingly hot, and secession from the bable that will be effected peaceably, the attendance is good. cabinet.' At last' accounts the Capital The Ohio State air. at Toledo, is was quiet. The Jfoniteurj adds, this Confederation and annexation to the and by the mutual consent of all parties said to be he largest and best exhibi event prevented the Queen of Spain united totaics nas neen loucuy tai&ea or; concernea. tion ever .witnessed in the State. The! from i the Emperor Napoleon MOTTC and our dispatches recently announced stock department iS very largely repre- again, meeting Maas she left St,- Sebastian 'for that It was rumored at Halifax that an IHpeclal to 'the Dcttrtt Zumng iWioi. sented, with the best animals of Ohio drid. :.::r.'f !i v.i.x and the neighbouring States. The London, midnight. The .following official letter had been received from a QUICK SAfiES &SMAIlpEOnTS ' agricultural implements department Is has been received from Spain. Tne re U. S. General offering, the province as also full farm products are very abund signatlon of the members of the cabinet sis U nee against Great Britain, if, they ant. Tne weatner is line. nas been accepted. A parley nas oeen were determined to secede and annex. CONQRESSJONAI.. held between the - Royal officers and t lie fine, n at door 47 Call and aee us,one to General to voted a south of some Of course, nobody believes such a wild of result rebel the of ItalldLnsrs, the give reception leaders, Elflredsje The Clataaea of - . HOUSE. Overland TelearrapUlDaiee, oppnearly Mcuiellan upon nis arrival. which is not known. . A body of rebels. rumor as this; but it serves to show the I osite Kimball fc Lawrence. was at 21. .Tnree xonvlcts Tne House Sing mng. tnis 14,000 strong, have gathered near VallaWashington. state of feeling existlng'in the province, called ,1 to order at 12 o'clock, prayer was morning seized the powder boat, over dolid to to preSalt Lake Oty, Sept; 22, 186S. and Queen mtercepVthe d25StT: disand j in all probability is what the across tne rowed and otlered oy tne cnapiam. vent her from returning to Madrid. powered guard, The Commercial Department affected portion of the people would very Shenck otiered a resolution that the tne river, and made their escape. The whole of Andalusia is in the hands Senate President Sneak of and the the is of rumored that revolutionists. The. the National Labor Congress assem It "well like." of the 'House should now adjourn bled are acting in support of the inter, were they .delegates present The grounds stated for this great op--j er their respective houses until the loth of irom tea estates, also delegates from tne est of the Duke de Mfontpensier. There IIH'J W1U be position to remain in the Confederation October, and men. unless otnerwise or National typograpnicai. is much excitement at Madrid carpenters'. are various.The Nova Scotians declare dered-b- y the two Houses, further adl joiners'. bricklayers', machinists', and tneir respective nouses until lutn I blacksmiths1 - unions, and from the mai tney were lorceti into it against tno journ Os the lStb. of OCTOBER, 1SCS. or November at noon, and tnen, unless Working Women's Association. The 55553toi wishes of the majority of the people, otnerwise I to runner adjourn oblect of the Convention ia to Inatl. ordered, that they were taken by surprise, that their respective Houses to the first tute reforms, to establish reciprocal a few Tons of Hay at Camn tkraaiass. To make this InatltnUom THOROUGHLY the real otject of the Confederation was Monday in December. This was carried relations between the different labor forWantkd wnlcn Alercnandlse or Casttvrlll be paid. PKACTICALl the Lower Rooms of the- Council. r to enable Canada to pay off a portion of without division and was afterwards organisations, and to keep back the a, itAjrsoHorr & uo. HoxrsR hare been fitted up as a 4 J. n reconsidered. encroachments centralized of wealth her large debt by taxation and tarlHon Teams wanted to haul lumber from Little Shenck offered a resolution that the the rights of labor. The address Cottoawood. the resources of the maritime provinces, committee on public expenditures In upon Apply to Folsora A Itomaer. of President Whaler was a very able 253;tf COM5IEKCIAXBAZAAK, that confederation will, deprive them quire why supervisors of internal re document, reviewing the progress of a few cords of Mountain Mahogany Wamttd, of their fisheries, etc. Bo far from being venue have not been appointed, and the laboring classes for the past vear. Wood at this of officer whether forwhlch a bis1 price will be And will be furnished with a the the of odee, gov any and renewed for strensth foretelling forced into the Confederation it is a fact ernment are and Com- eenpled Formerly arco Large la tf to x votjby tfell, .t h defeat pay paid the ready ox future. law, the utocK trying v piete r that before tne Union was 'effected its &c- This was objected to, and the Chicago. 2. The following account W aktik-O-ne .hundred and fifty cords of vonsuiuuon was suomitteu to ana ac question raised that no business could or a reariui not at Camilla, Mitchell Co., red pine wood at the Paper Mill.1 tf be done wltnout a quorum, when the Georgia, has been telegraphed from Au- :o:Foreign and Domrttie STATIONERY, cepted by the Legislature of Nova Scotia rou was Waktkd. At this cotton White caueu, clean office, Radical the afllrmaUve, nominee snowing tpierce gusta: for then in session: while the statement that no and colored rags. People In the city "who wish to w i: nays. Congress, and Murphy, i n they were taken by surprise seems to iwpnrv-twairBuL. villi wiLn anotiL dispose of them will please bring them on Mon npvnua uhsuuuiuq uiuvcu i iu .. uiot xjiUusc.: i " z . A. HOPPER, Proprietor: ; rerw : ? v.i. O O L FURN IS HINCSV wueu iuo nuscuiecu armea ana. equipped, 0 have little foundation; In the debate in wuhjuwmhimu, CH on- i?ridav days and Fridays. startea were called- - After some little time the for Camilla, with thrw wppI- nmvr. the House of Commons en their memo doors were and a message I aiona. and their f rial for the repeal of the Confederation, was received JT. P. Ilouft E, Thot, Jirotcninff that the beuate bad. comj.1 awe the citizens. TteforAr,.""T Rtnrtino-1 - onma t & i. ii Mr. Adderiy, iu reply to Hon. John mwcu iu ir... SCHOOL BOOKS, mo uuusu - uu uuruiiieufc i inenniv norTz, nttrm attummi fhAirm.na nH BuojpriKa ' UU O Dealers la . resolutlou. The At tne Speaker then declared a negro courier was aispatcned to Ca- Bright, the chief advocate of the Nova & DRY House the GOODS lGth till. the of milla to inform the citizens of what was CROCERIE8. adjourned Scotiaus, gave ample refutation to the October. Vw ' RECOND BTBEET on. SOUTH t A of three promgoing deputation latter statement. In the course of his West of lleverellouse was sent to meet tne mob dZS lw nent citizens remarks he said that the subject of conat a church, five miles from town. The SENATE. t , it federation was mooted as far back as . a uovernors proclamation.' forbidding reso a Auer oiiereu prayer ivntnony AUK red OOW. branded Il.'fil on left ho organizations, was read, but the AJL BTlae 1854, that the people ofNova Scotia were for adjournment, in armed lution, providing finder will be.llberaUy rewarded byno to mob attention And a Great Variety of It, and said bringing her paid the originators of the scheme; and that the same terms as that adopted by the i to were to . determined on. march The they , r Ti BKTONT, x&ouae. wnicn was adopted, 33 to 1, rl v Xilh. Ward. in 1So7 a delegation from the now deputation remonstrated, entreating the d236:3 v, r "., t r uuc.aiew vouog message to was sent province England from the House announced a! similar negroes to come into the town without IPhintthgT: arms, and they should not be mo in order,. if possible, to effect the union; resolution,, .A Dr. OnSSDT, which was concurred in and their to lested: ne ineireilorts dissuade the that in 1S61 a resolution in its favor was the Senate adjourned. . 0 groes were fruitless, and the mob march' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, uaanimousiv nasaed hv th Parllnmorit Cltr Drasr Store. kett br OnmhT ed into the town with banners flying. ntrTE At DEPARTMENTS & Clinton, wnere vmg ana cnemicJ can Do of Nova Scotia, and that in 1SG4 a n Thpv nnw tnwr(l A.'J. . Tx. u had Wboleeaie ana- lieuuu -on the same subect was again Washington. AXIieaw defalcation. Joined them on the route. The mob asfctr Which will be offered for sale to the Public at to and such LOW PRICES aa will command . clamored for man said a to named amount halted, has $90,000. been dis Of the above named Shops, ' READY 8AI-hbrought forward and they again passed - . u . Col.- E. B. Olin- - John 8. Johns, vho, in company with committed covered, . ' by r a resolution in lis favor. k'' steu; cisDursmg .i JDexir. f i O. nimseir. when clerk r. the of;. rrenieuj. . Ltl-is ... The real grounds of discontent, and rnf imam k hm.1 100 sruna Worst orall deaerlptlonn 1st our line will wero presented leveled at him-- - He. be-C be. exeeoted In tne beat manner; comthe desire for annexation to the United building; all efforts for( his arrest are Ing- intoxicated, fired, and the riot neatness and dlspatcb, With mencea. ine mob urea at every one - on Reasonable far unsuccessful. Terms States (seem to be that No via Scotia, thus ateamer Mcrrimac. from Rio baa they could see. The citizens, white and A NN0UNCE3 to bia Patrons that he has i The lili which is" a maritime province,' and arrived. The advices confirm the Dre- - colored, rallied and gathered about fifty Sludents will be first instrticted In the theory whose manufacturing operations are' vious occounts of the capture of Humai-- 1 tand of arms and the mob was vigor- ana or practice,and renmansnip. I 4 ' -. L attacked and driven, back panto as taoeht Arlthmetie. "Actnal Baslness." ously. very limited, ha been injured by the ta.Yeaterdav I a arter were to and nisrnt: at stricken' took tner Water the and College; K(:rPAroirtr.i satisfactory termination of the Reciprocity Treaty held a place of busi- TUC MSTCDIM will be assigned nCDDTMIJT examination, - Bazaar. by Mr. Van Meter. Air. Trir ntl pursued five miles, losing thirty-fiv- e ness In the Commercial Here the i with the United 6 tat3, which has to a others, ma wounded. i a total The LiiiHt killed tin i iiilii and. many the anbfeet. uli . v M leicned Transactions of the Col lege give way1 to IIDAX D I ' of- Johnny extent u so to 75 as do a the said irom 8DreeAvai far becomes ascertained Tne real business. aier student t prevented great aoken nf . ' Interchange reported .... vchant in fact. His dealings are no lengt-- with of products between the two; and this the reverend genu assertinsr thatWiU Will be lound are nis iel witn ine niDUo. aey mob five to the the was among not ae only, nas now an of panic He t 4 becoming Johhny converted opaortonlty yet the of channels entirely of commerce ana uaa blocking voe aeta,ua or Dosineas t wiin-awhites were, severely wounded. The ... or qnaintea was a he 5. proDaoiy got, drunk, . Iran sac lea ui r waw vj mmerciu zxuuses. 4 has of necessity caused a falling off in much better man than he used to be. TIXK colored citizens of the town are reported HOST 'OP THE C03TPI.ETE A? BtadenU wno enrouea last term, and who . . MUSSOUltl, the SfoeRWEST the prosperity of the little province and JNew .York. A meetlnir of the tax to have rallied promptly with the whites embraelns; 'I Intend continuing their studies, stores and inform me tttvmeauueiy, so soured the feelings of the people Mount Vernon, west Cheater in defeatingor tne mob. The of Wood r For Terms, etc apply to 12 J. Oalt, Aali, Xllekorr nl White the latter were captured. Tlmbesri. mud. Another cause of popular discontent Is Sayers was held ifi that village on Sa munitions Felloes; Iron nd Spokes and at Iat accounts Camilla l was to consider ap'i Steel of evening aU sundry turday slresi Kuts said to be that the patronage of the J for Improvements in roads, quiet. XXerse STalla, Toe Calks, . Kale andSert, Horse . Atlanta York. Post Office and Revenue Departments, propriations ZWdunc'i liew The liefore any vote was of crosswalks, Ac. waa Clone PrincipalIBasps FlJea CTallA, and Shoe, nfTared frnm nnn special says or the Uamilla riot, when the lighthouses and public works Is ttrAn A.rtit.lon Carra'e and Hjtraeaa erjr ra desirlptin; ladles of the- - village, demand- - near the Umn the Republican speakers ; Tools t Blaelumlths Tooisjvested In and controlled by the general hundred HaT the right to vote on the question, aa were met by tne rebels, mounted ana Paints qualbest Tarnishes the of and I wwucu mem uo& io1 go 'that the officers ap- - tbey were- tax. payers. f a a .uv gorernment, . I I tA lh K f .i nmn. Hjl Cdrnesa, XMdle; linlnr Patentand were y v. u M0f iu wwii men vno cumwi wu uuwu, luuwiug tuat tney i v iucjr Tciifc : Dvefts Brass Enameled' Founder Xeatherst' Enameled and Pumt BniHeT' are autastrui to the uuaaceji. wtre .not i3uaiiQecl..and tha male tax soonmeiby the aheriir, who informed .f .1 aiui' . n .... . ti . .; finoe people. Then v No. 82;'Kortt Third 8t.7bet ween OllTe and 'J payer alone voted on the question. I them that the people would not allow there Is the fear,. that very . Threaiai c 1 Tmka, fJboetut, eT. 5yi3. Mow,naturally During tne proceeding a lady asked II00 raaicais to speas: in uamiiia. rney Constantly"' on hand, yiver!. .aroMiinuy "I I i l.A arises on the part of Nova Scotia, Li..' on nana a greneral as it permlaaion to say a few words in behalf persisted however and on reaching the .... &AA; and was la the early days with some of the of another, lady, a heavy tax paver, who I C3rt house they and their friends were Pomps Pipes, Iron, Htoneor i - lead; awmited by a moD. uoi; rotter was ; lesser States in the American confeder- - bad Just entered the roomrbut .hi 8tc6cki:riind,u and . many' more Bepubli atlon-t- hat "badly hurt, out of order. Mr. wia w . Factories, Machinery xk being the smallest of the pro- declared " and Wells, from t5 can . i?r and killed said wounded, that several ladles had denuU largerii vinces composing the New Dominion: then Work ftnna wn h Tf ATr.RTIJI.il SHOrS or were colortrie ed to him itepubilcans represent them, but he was majority tbe best, cheapest and most reliable establishshe might be compelled to 'submit to iJh, rhL00 nnnai nU .nH in Utah. of nre, etcn price Si3, piping COcU. ment OATMsnd HATtTrcv taVen in Exchange for WJ'1.Q adjust legislation by the Dominion Par-- out.! , Two csnUenen then tAolr tha Bullock's proclsraaticn, and had left J1 ....-- -. . i u.vM. vuvm vvi m Dut tuev .rere Tnt carra. m addition to these varied and aeni. rsd reference rrrfy to Ur. GecO. or; or liaurial. tirsplj :d xa; Jceph Ball, iilt LsJe City.; causes, real or imaginary, for dlscon- - sent. erder cr are being cimt In pood - Planlrs v;; wun made. to ttVodx- Jit fP" m, tent, the fact is considered that the British North American provinces have been, one of tbs most prominent fields for the operations of the Fenians, there Is nothing at all surprising in the fact of discontent existing in Nova Scotia. this It is said that in Ne r Brunswickextent feeling exists to an almost equal as In Nova Scotia, and that the former is only waiting for the latter to take the desebeteVehihq 1 j IS. t .1 jQlrj truixn, Jrto m m 1 "TyTJS -- WaS-VOt- ltfv L i ArC.PYPERCo; , MAKGETTSJ i - f-- i4i.t t " : ed 1 fine i f -- .L m ' wmm mm Span-pOSSlD- ie, - 1 TTn-nki- na y - ; rf 1 " : ,&c-- - . - , . -- - , ; . . k : 4- -: , St-Sebasti- an.- , .,7-.- , .. 1M : - ? - :'. ' L sub-distri- ct - , ; , 5 n Mrs . V M mm m m m a a. A. a a. a. :! . " . ''- Axe-llelTe- s, .. .t. 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