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"The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate title: Saint Augustine examiner
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: April 11, 1868
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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TER MSS OF .SUBSCRIPhI0N.'-.
*One' copy, o'ne year, U-4, ''.* ^00
.... six months, ,]..5(
.. .. three m0!lsh,, ., .00
JIWN.o'su-bscription. taken for less thaIl
f iree m on th s. ; : "*' f
All subscriptions, must be paid in ad,
-w n ce. ''**, .,:*,*
TERMS OF ADVER'PS ING. 1
Advertirsemenbs will be opie, O, t~ie
iallowing t ers-' ""-'n'* ."* '
Tiwo dll ars per square bf "twelve 1ines s
-ad undLer, for t-h6 fiist insertion, and bne:
'd~llar.for each subsequent insertion.
'Estate and legal ntices to bechaiged!
tlie same ns transient advertiseme.to, ex-,
cept notice of d'ismission as Xdm fet-a-
at-, fot which the' charge wfil ?W"ent7
dollars. .'*,,,1 'I '".,,
Obituary notices-amd tributes of respect
charged as advertisements.
A liberal discount made on yearly ad-
veprtiSements. All yearly advertisements
mnst be paid quarterly in advance.


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THE'Subscriber has opened this
"RetreotC'' in order that invalids and
others *Ah.o may sojourn here, this
wivuter may be able to procure good
liquors of various kinds. He intends'
to have constantly on hand a supply
of the very best ,
WINES, BRANDIES- AND ALES.
Attached to the Retteat will be a
free Readincr Room.
Every Saturday' Night. Oysters
, and other Refreshments will be pre-
paired.
H. .!1. SNOW.

TO CONSU3WTIVES.e
H. E E REV. EDWARD A. WILSON wiUl
'1 send (free of charge) to all Whlio de-
sa-e it,, the prescription .with .the direc-
,tions for making and -using the simple .
remedy by which he.waj cured of a- lungo
.affection and that dread diseseConsump- .
tion. His onuy object is to biiK-,it the' "
afflicted and lie hopes'every sufferer will
*try this prescription, as it will cost them
nothing, arnd may prove a blessing.
'APlease address. :
S. REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No 165. 0outLh second street,
S. "..*, ^Williamsburgh. New York
May 11, 1867.-ly.

Errors of Youth'.
,/ Gentleman who suffered for years
from Nervous Debility, Premature
Pecay and all the effects of youthful in- "
discretion, will, for the sake, of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need .,.
the recipe and directions for making the
simple remedy by which he was cured,
sufferes wishing to profit by the adver- ,
tiser's experience, can do so by address-
ivg;-in. perfect confidence,
.i .... JOHN B. OGDEN.
.. I: 2 Cedar Street, New Tork
, 1.Ay ig67.-ly. '


IJ0]. information that will convict auy
_ person, that has Stolen Orange Trees, .
from mny Lands called the Hurtes Grant.
on01i.'.,Bie ,Crpek. .
LOUIS M. COXETTER. < ,
Y *February 2 IT.ANED LUMBER. '
'm5,000 :feet of planed, tongued and' "' "
". grg.qTd. Lumber, Ftooring, cealing, t.
weatl~eioards, window casing., planed ,
pailing-" 10- lengths and widths, shigfl0es t'
iaths, cement., st onp lime, nailg, window
glass, soda, potash, .hoes, "akes, potatoe :
.hoobt.mops and mop hani.es. so.'.' t
JFdo sale very low by '*'',:
.W. W V ANNESS. -
St.. Augustine, Nov, 28, 1867,. i
Rea|IEstate Anction-.;
eer and Broker. ':
THE -UNDKEHS NED WILL
pay 'p aticd ilar a tte n tio n to i .:
ADMINISTRATORS.' E XE CIT.-)


'TORS7/GUARDIANS, AND
TRUSTEES. SALES.
And will buy an'd s^1 REAL ESTATE
vhen required to do so; and will attend to
Wales in any,part of St, John's County,
M. R. ANDREU.
.St. Augustine, Fla,


Tax Collectors Sale.
B Y virtue ofthle Power. in me vested
by laJpi haOv levied upou and shall
i).,er for s1le, at Public Auction in IronL
_==t3jtkl iCWo.,r.t ttous- in tiie. City ot
B%461..^ John's Co,,nty i;S'tate:


E y t~h^t 7,h .day '
$li.bjd j'e thetus .la.y1 hurs,.
_x!rNS. ^M't'in ILut, parcel, or pig e
.'irot" il,'.City of' St.' Augustine,
. ..':J.2, in Block 3[6. 2-19
; U'' ^^.'t^ M 4W follows, on the North ,y
, Lot known as the City. Hotel. Lot, East. by
: .* Marine Street, South-by Lot clabned -by
! Mrs. Annie D. Greuo, and, West. b^y
*Ch~arl6tte' Street assessed toftenry Ferris,,
for year-1867, or so much tiere6f ,as' will'
pay-the Taxes and expenses tlierd6n, u-tn-
less the same is paid before the flay of
_s a l e .. ; .: .
A. D. ROGERQ,,
Sheriff and x-'officio,
-Tax Assessor anf Cbllector,,',
'St, 1h's County,
St. Augustine Feb 8 -6


TAX COLLECTORS:,AAL o,
B Y'virtue of the Power in ,me vested
by-law I have'levied upon ahd' shall
otter fo.' sale at PubliC. I Auctfon in fkrot
of the itate.'Cour.t Housetin .tlie. 'Citf; oft
St, A ugustine, St,. John's C ounty $tate of
Florida, on 'Monda~y the 1st iay of J.n,,
1868, between the usual lbours of sale, al6
the 'undiviiled rfgl't, tit.le-'ahtl" ieterk,-
which the-estate'Benjamin Chai-es "'hd'
or may1 havx.,n, or, to-. one..ibundred,: a'nd '
twepty-fiye (12,i) crqqs.,of,^.^!,7 ng-
anaundivided interest in a tnr.o.,.9^,tye,.
hundred (500) acres former^ o'n'ed by
Robert Andre-'-anadd" c" ommbnly called
Cabbagb 'Sarip' a' the 'ada of North
River;in. this County, or.so muci thereof
Sa w hl IS|.^^T year 1'867, and,
4W^ |t +the i^ smei d

g-io MI.^ o
.. i aijiQ'Ex'-offi cio,
e #.1 HtaO~ r nd Colleetoi, '
, 'L" ... Jqhn's County.:
Sk. Aaugustine Feb. 1'5,1867-3m




Tak Oolledtbr's Salo
S v Y'virtue of the power in me *ested by
)' ., I law I have levied upon and shall offer
;.,fr for sale at Pub'6-cTA'&Tt6h I"n front, of the
,'- :I. State.Cowt Hou;e:iin-ifietCityUofS "tu.
'- J :gusti e,: ..vJo64', Qunty,: State-, of,
.:Florida,, oil 1QVY~g ytheSth.doy pf 4unq
4 -, '. 0 -w^ y -'. i 11?
1868; that ceri.m lot or.parcelofgrou.n4
/ m" i thie City 'St'Au-4stiiri "-'t; onhn's
C County, State bf Flbriffla nd'rettrned by
] Mrs.. Irwin Drysdale, to .,.wit: 'L'6fc
S.. Bounded N. by, lot owniedby. Sih;6Safides,
R E. by George Street, S. by lot foperly
.' of the heirs of Mrs. Just oopez "and'W.
!, by Maria Sanchez Creek or so much there-
^ of a4 Will pay the State and County Taxesi
due thereon for the year 1867, unless .the
l*" Taxes and expenses thereon are paid be-
-fore thbdA) of ple.. !
-A. D,ROGERO, ,
S Sheriff and ExO-ffecio,
^ ^*, Tax Assessor and Collecter,
. ugi^ St. John's County.,
ugustine, December 7.1867.-6m.
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"AN INDEPENDENT PRESS, THE PAL ADIUM OF LIBERTY."


A U G U T I N E, S ,' J I U-A P R I L 1 8'8
AUGusTINE, ST. JOHN'S CO., FLA,, :sATru DAY, APRIL lith+, 1868.


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MATTHIAS R. ANbDR'EU,
. '+ ): PRoI;]ETOR.' .


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TAX COLLECTORS SALE.,
"BDY virtue of the Power in me vested(
L_ by law I have-levied upon and shal
onter for sale at Public Auction in front b
the State Court House in the City of St
.Augustine, St,, Johais County, State 61
Florida, on Monday the 7th daiy of .Sep
tember 1868, between the uisUal hoUrs 6
(sale, all that undivided moiety or half in-
terest which the Bankl of the State o
'Georgia had or may have in that cerfain
t.acapt of land .in *,1at is .known as th<
twelve nmle.,Swyamp im this County, con-
tanfng" three thousand five hundred
"ldcre (3,,.500) more or less said tract, (i
land being bounded on" one side by lanu
beloniginrg t' D. L. Clinch,. on the South
'by Public R,'9ad and on the other sides by
-lands,. owners.unlnown, being the tract
formly beiorigingt&o.G, I. F. Clarke of St.
A'ugu-stine, Deceased," and purchased froi-
him n y one Renei Burnet t, said moiety or
halfthaving been deeded to the said Bank
6f the State -of Georgia, by John T.
.Myrick United States Marshal,. under
date of 7th July 1867, or so much thereof
as will pay the Taxes fo- year 1867, and
,pe.nseq thereof p:qltss the same is paid
before the day of sale.
A, D. ROGERO,
... '. Sheriff and Ex-officio;.
Tax Assess.or; and Collectqr,
S"St. John's County.
St..A'ugustine Feb. 15, 1868--' tn
TAX COLLECTORS SALE.
B Y virtne of the Power in ,me vested
:, ly law .I have e V'ed upon and shall
.p.erqior. sale At Public urtion in front
of the State Court House, in the City, of
Sb.,A'ug~ustine;,"'St. John's County,- State
of.Florida, on J*yday the 7th day,;of
September 1868, between the usual -hours
of sale, all the undivided interest of
608, 3-100 six hun'd ed" and eight 3-100
acres, .which Joseph'-D. Weed, or Charl*
W. Rantool had or may have in the Pelli-
VCr' "rrab of land known and described on
(hieqars of the United States Surveys as
sec'ion 39, Towrnship 10, Range 30, S..&
E. andl confirmed by the United States-to
thu [Neirs of Frafihcs. Pellicer tie elder,
ur so much thereof as will pay the State
?and Counry Taxe,, For year 1iA67, an.i!.ex-
'pens,,s thereonr ualess tfhe saime is paid
-beiore.the day"of, sale. "
A. D. ROGER,
Sheriff and Ex-officio,
: Tax ASssessori and Collector,
....St. John's County.
i .St. Augustine Feb. 1,5, 18Q8-6m
' I .P...B.TE COURT;
|[ ... ST, JOHN'S COUNTY, [ -
I ; 11th November.,1867. J
'TAOrt C. BUFFlNGTON A'dministratro
(J of'the G~oods aftt..d.;cha/t~tels, Cred-~its"
ind.Effect, s of 8amuel Suffingt on late of
St. Johns Oiountfy deceased, having filed.
n my office )a written- ;suggestion of .'the
insolvency of said-estate which is indebted
do.,an' amount greater than,'the value
tlhereof.; ; ,'r;. i
', It. is ordered, that Iotice b~e published
in the "'St.. A'ugustlne Examiner" a news-
p~aper publishleddiri"the City of' St.. Augus-
tine, and byr Written notice posted at the
(fo~ur- H;o~use: door in sat4 County,' for all
.Dersons having claims against said Estat e,


t-b appear anad1file the same. with the Judge
.of Pr^bae of St.. John's fCounty, on. r
b~efor6 thelEleventhidiy.,of May eighteen
hjundredand sixfykei ft, athenticated in
1We ;ma4ner-prescribed by: Law%.
i Given under my Hand. and Official Seal'
1 the^ eleventh day of,, November A. D.
eighte'eh hundred an-d si'xty-'seven.
." JOHN"LOTT PHILLIPS,
Judge of Probate Court.
St; John's -County, Florida.
19,9vember,;16, 1867.-6m.
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-Architect & Builder,
S E. O AFE AT COUlT HOUSE.
":^ ,, 1 '-DEALER. .,.
.... .,In L im e,; C m ent, :
S1 .... : air; Plaster, Wliite a-na .
VYbllow Pinm Lumber, Sash, Dooris,
:" '1 j hingle'sand J31uids,. .. ,

The'highet c64h- trice paid, forr lides,'
Skins, Wax and Tallw.
ovember 6,-H :OT .



"NE.0Lot inBrunswick GaG, near the
' I R. R. Depot; also. several Lots at
[14ian River Fla. For parsticularsapply to
AlM.R. ANDREU.
Nov. 23, 1867.
B.. B, ANDOREWS,
Attorney a,.c| Couansellor'
Law,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
June 29, 1867.


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JOSE.PHi B. ASKEW. ) rt l i rllcolata 4t 1. o'clocr
JOSEP4H B~A K W tah et "Saturday morning at 4u
vs. ~~Attachment,-^^ ^8 ^^a,*
GEO P. 'T. A ,,DER.SON, c k.. andina same da '.
T HE defendent and Ml others Interested "
1 are hereby.y,notified oft the commenee- f _, b ...' .
li ,efi t o f t hld ..i"L e tu rw :b le .t a J u s tic e r -B 2 -* "
coint tfco'btG^^ i s-o-D "* r a -.Js y .i[CT' ....
f I...+ +lbe~l, Drstrict oT '-l toivn, County' '
ofSt. Jtoh n's, State off a. Theusu. .
place of holi-licg JUSHAcOur said Dis- o' f FAMILIES aid HOUSEKEEPER-S.'
't~rict, oil 84turdly the 'kth Aoy of Jun~' t '" '
next A. D. 1868 and to sriper,a4 kl oe USHFMI
.to thie samie A.ar^ f"
GI, i Ge under my hand and- Sea'l thlis' A"i',]l3,
N fth day OF OCtol-'):;@ A. D.. 1867 ... o.. ,'" . T .' .
S i-NIELtA.cCA h.LP L... [L" S] -,eivedfrom New -York pe .:.
J u:f c o .. a "S c h o o n e r I V 1H K in g b u r o -,
N1ormber 2, 1867 ... .. ; T "'.
~ ~ ~ ~ tj i .. n 'AIGES`R' AND F, NEST'r
". ,.*" ',ASSORTMENT.IOFt-ROCEl^
r ft& ^^ f *^S^EV40ABROUGHT'-
v ._.. ,; ::, ,,,NTO QTISMARKET, :..
: "..:" )", C(msistitlo of'.
ALLpersons who h ': (;^ n c u ..s.i.f.g.f'"
the est~at~e of W~illi NO ad ut Lard, Pork, Corn,
... ... Ylohlr., Hamns Smoked Beef.'
-all creditors, legatees and # sributees are B moked BeefS r p
herebvnotified that nnle tlieir' claim *i y,, 'sea, Syrup,
or dem-ands sh.-ll be presentedoto the ad- .Ir r ?aCt eve'ything usually found ina
m inistr. tor or representative of said 'es- WI ;to uld cass s peSciai at' "
tate within two years fTNn, date -of this ," p ttention to our '
!r ge Stock (A,
iiotiee, they will be barred by. the plead- Ctock "f"
ing of this notice. 4 : rckers, Cakes,
NATIUAN 'ORTON, ', Candies, Preservyk
Admi rator & P&.d, ..... &e., & '.
..arch 7, 1868.. 8. Famllie and others wishing Groceriels
::' ".: ',' Will do well to call on us before plrchas-
-" .- e ing'.eolsd,;here.ps We intend'to dispose of
piU "Ta l-l' : :.'" our;Go0ods, 4t a smaall advance oR -NoWWI
.. .. 'A, 'Y *s York Cost.
.,..... GEO. S. GRt .NO CO. -.
.S IX months after this date, o as soon. f uary Ilth 1868."' ; .
--after the expiration of s' i Months I .s ; : i -- i1
from this date, las the Judge of Prat'e fP._.ENDID STOCK OF .
of the Coknty of Putnam will ntertain' V 'FRESH' FAMIY '. f
my application for, letters gus=mia rv '. ,' r'" '11'1 *i -' J "
from the administration-of th|'- tt& ,,'l, r. -.
William Norton, late. of said c. lM^, , N'1i."X[m a l5?L "
ceased, I will apply for said low rs dis-. = f \'. *. "), '^,'; .. '
missory as administrator of sa Ustate.".' 'InE ..Undersigned,. tharnkfu]..for the *
.NATttAN NOION. .,.,' liberal patiouage extended to him,
Administrator &c. wbuid lespectf iiom tlne pbliid that
March 7, 1868.-6m.. "..his.. stp6.k of G.ROERIES is now corn-
~~~ o .,x ,.p'lete'"--all fresh an4d the best quality--
FLORIDA HOU E .. will -be, sold a-:
." ST.,&UUSTIN]E.fA ,LO, WEST CASI PRICES. "
"~ w TT T- _-i ,'. A.aaong. which will .be found, "- .
pH0aove House ham Ar~hr okBn Lard, Buttef** t t
-_ogl enovated througr~o is now C fce, SuXr;C^>Si
open pi the recepion of'Ghe ts The Vin;,', .. 1^^.
Propr.eors will spareno paiss'to mal. Syrup, D a-ny, &c..4
it pleasant -for invalids as well as qthers.. : j 1 T 'i' *
The House has a Southern exposuL -1d .. .. .. :- ,..^ :
Sur ', ., gars, Diuia3ta
double piazzas running its Wh ol Viiivkey 1 ; w inf y i. : .
There is good hunting and fishing in the Ale, a PWre- "
im m ediate vicinity. A n a fu ll a nd ,m Pf"Aer, .
A GOOD. LINE OF COACH-ES iS NO W R NNINGf FA- r R0.. I t E
FRI .OM PICOLATA..TQ THIJ PLACE. ; 1 .. .. ,,--0 E. .V. UI J, -' ]
Horses for riding and boats Ior sailing _I ..Cl and exa in ..... yors .
..ha at a y i e'and yo t w il 'nfnd the best' selected Stock
J, E-E.. .. o t G r o c e r ie s in th e c ity ., .
W Pr ~ ftors. t, ... B. G .. 0VAR ...
...~elgjL. + ^,?'W:q" St Augustine. January 4"; 1868. '
"' l'"",, x .... C. P1-COOPER.
*A- T T C .. ..T^ AN +X AD COUNSELLOR AT _
TA^AgA|||^Ar. FERNANDINA, FIA
Jane 29, 1'867:' "' + "' June 8, 1867. -* ....


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T AM.,tPA CKET,-..... SAVANNAH. GA. l '
.L-IZ.ZI E B AKER, A N arch 19,1868.
CAPT. MIKEUSINA I THE abovetHOTEL, of modern eon-
AVING been specially fitted fo r .struction, with all the conveniences
S the-route from SAVANNAH to V the best Northern. Hotels, has recently
AL~"AnKA, FLA. with unsurpased a- changed hands, and is now conducted by
"omnodations, will, leave T. S. NICERSON,
Savannah every WEDNESDAY at 8 a.m., Of the 0PLANTERS' HOTEL, Augusta
'for, Bi~unswick, Darien, Fernandina, NATIONAL HOTEL, Atlanta, and, VA-
*J^c'ssonvie,,Picolata and Paltka and ERSON HOUSE. Columbia, S. C. ***
all Landings on the St. John's, River, and The furniture throughout is*ibf*ihe
wirl matke close connections with (lie most elegant description the rooms
,Charleston and New York steamers from scrupulously clean and well ventilated,
Savannah. ; and Mie attendance is equalled by' none
.... ,. RETURNIN(G : ; in the South.
Uilkeave Palatka every Friday morn- Travelers stopping at the above Hotel
in t 7 o'oorqk. will find the comforts and conveniences,
Wilf lea ve Picolata every Friday Morn- of their own homes. -.?
ing at: 11 -o'clock.. The proprietor. ple'11es himself that
Will .lave Jacksonville every Saturday e very delicacy afforded therer b' North
'. A ," .,( y r by -Nrth
mornmig, ern or Southern markets, will be con-
Will leave Fe-randina the same diay.' I stantly supplied to iris table.
J Through tickets can be had to an' March 28;--4t. "
froma New York. .
.... GENTS. p' 1,The Ancient-city-Ren -
TEASDALB-& READ, Palatka'.
F. DIBBLE,,"Jacksonville. taurant.e
P. -J. TAYLOR., .F.FernandlinaL.... .. .. .....
CLAGIORNo & CUNNINGHA,, Savannahi CHARLOTTE- STREET--SOUTh OF
December'21, 1867.
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THE S DICTATOR,
-CAPT. 'ER.,
Will leav., i" Tuesda,
evening at., aB ah ever,
Wednesday a Fernandina
Jaokso''l*e, '0atka and a]
landiings'on t J'ohn'a River.
will e :" :'"FURNING
will"leaye ka'every Frida~y morni'.


G EO.A.sPEC K,
W A T C H-1M\A KE'R
AND JEWELER;
Ocean Street," J acksonville0
Florida. ,, *},r
wI would respectfully announce to the
citizens of Florida, that 6vin t.'6 the
failure of the crops and the *consequent
tightness of the money market, T con-
side'rit my duty as a merchant andf ''citi-
zen to reduce the price of merchandise in
my line. I, therefore, now offer to pur-
chasers at the lowest prices : "
,,.Fine Gold and silver.Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, silver Ware, Gold Pens, Gold,'
,Silve'r and Ebony Pen Holders, .Fim!.
1. X.L. Pocket and table Cutlery,;. jil
bin's Perfumery, Pomades. Hairi OtiS,'
Sozodont., Fancy Boxes, scissors,-Pencils,
Pocket Books, Crochet Needles,,: Tatting
.shuttles, sewing machines, sharp's'
Gold Eyed Needles-3'Papers for25Ceits.
accordians, Banjos, Violins, and Violin
Bows, Guitar Strings, Pistols, Cartridges,
and a large assortment of Notions too 'nu-
m erous to m mention ",: ': "
I havealso reduced the price of re"
pairing Watches as follows:--Cldanifg
.from $2,50 to- $2,00 ; mainsprings Tfom
$2,50 to,2,00; common Hands from. 50
.cts. to 25 cts.; and all other repairiug inx
ns~me' proportion. All 3Watch" repairs
warranted one year. Call and. get my,
prices before going elsewhere.
Remember the place in
A. M. REED' BUILDING,
OCEAN STREtT.
[Formerly C. D. Oak's ohld Stand.]
.GEO. A. PECK.
Jacksonville, Fla.
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A STORY FROM PARIs.-A Pari .'
letter tell the following story of a. I
Twelfth Night fete in that city: A I'
wealthy family in the aristocdiatic
Boulevard Maleshcrbes were amniusing
themselves in "seekingihe King's :-
portion, or the ring in the festival
cake, when a lady of the co0npany ii
says to the hostess:
( I wish my portion to be given to '
the.poorest littieboy we can find in
the street.,' ,
The servant was despatched on "L
this freezing night, and not far from :.
the' house he found a ragged urchin, / I
trembling with cold an hunger. He ,
brought him up, was order'ed'-ino
the saloon, where a thous4hod lights,
glittered, and a sparkling fire glad-
dened and surprised him. Hoe drew '
his portion, which tee benevolent
lady had promised, and as luck would
have it, the little fellow found the +
"ring" (beans they use in Paris in-
stead), and,iof course, he was "King ''
They all shouted out that,, being '
King, he must choorsea Queen..., "e-
was asked so to do, and, looking
round"the company, he.'close the
very lady who had proposed to cede i
her portion of cake. lie, was asked i
why he choose her. He said:.
-.I don't know! shelooks the most
like mother ?" :
'Mother whop mother ?" .
!'My mother! T never knew her,
but was Stolen away from her, af I
here is her portrait i "
With this he drew from o.. .' is.
ragged coat a likeness, which p. d,
to be that of the very, lady hLersf,
who, in Italy, had her child stolen
from her, andc n0w he turns up a
poor little ragged Savoyard, drag-
ging along a miserable existence in
PariTs, while his mother, by an intui- :
tioI 'hiaps, felt that n the air
n1ea61 here she. ws was one so
dar toher. r "
T .IE SPOON~S.--There is at W1--
lard's 1H0otel, \\ ashingto,- a nearo
waiter uaucid 'loi You can bribes
Trou to do.auything.: TIhe o.her day
there was a diuicr party given by a
New York contractor, at whieci it
was understood that Ben Butler
would be a guest. Son dilslolqa .
wag. without the fear (.f ConCei-s. l?
before him, got held ;jf oens, ted 1 ,,* ."
iberallyv, a,,l,put him up to a.fetic?' : ^
of'(titraoeous andt treasonable t-in- r. ^
fo;ifer.v. After the plates were'- -,.-


served, the host said, '-that 'ill fU
Ton iyou'Can go. B0 t B atTom., did '..
not go. Observing that his orders.,
were notobeved, the contractor re- +
torted, "I told you to go, Tom.. If',
I want you,"'All ring." Still TomD
hung about the door and did not re-
tire. At last -very much worried at.
his contumacy, New. York turned
upon Ethiopia and said sternly, at-
tracting the whole company, "I've
tolid you tPwig, to leave the room,
and by G--rl2l be obeyed, or put
youout myselV' Tom approached
.he table humbly, and replied in a.
subdued tone,, but loud enough to .
be heard by all present. '!If you,
please sir-with submission-I can't
go., I'm obliged to stay." The h--ll1
You are What for ? "Well, sah, if
I must tell, I must." I axes Mass
Butler pardon, but I'm responsible
for de spoons. Dem spoons is silver, g
an' I was specially sot to watch 'em. |
The sequel can better be imagined | j
tha& described. '.
SIf you are weak, you ought not tor i
diink, for your own. sake. If you are
strong, you ought not by drinkingto to .
become a stumbling block for those
whp are ea'k. In either:case young
men do not need whisky; If they -
think that they' o, they ought to i
turn into'a hospital' and have it ad- \
ainisterel under a medical prescrip-; ;
;ion at the hands of a nurse.-Beech-."" :


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- REGISTRATION.

Under a late military order from
the Head Quarters ot Ga. Meade,
the: books of Registration a're to be
-opened fourteen days before the. elec-
tion and kept opened for five days.
As this ivill be the last chance' for
registration, we hope that ei ery Con'
servative citizen of 'St. John's County,
who is entitled to register, and has
not yet: performed his duty, in that
particular, will avail himself of the
opportunity to place his name upon
the list, and thus enable himself to
vote against the acurst. negro suf-
frage constitution which the radi-
cils propose to thrust upon us, on tle
first londxay'rTuesday und Weadnes-
day of next moth.: .''-'- 1
Conservatives or St. John's County,
the time of the election is rapidly ap-
proaching-1be not deceived" into a
fatal security ; do not under estimate
,your enemy i-organize thoroughly 4n
every precinct see that everyo"Con-*
servative is registered; leave no stone
unturned, that may help to:rejec the
infamous thing, called a-Cons-itution
which if ratified will fasten upon
you the incubus of negro: suffrage,
which, like the old man of the moun-
tains, in the~story of Sinbad, once
upon your shoulders, you can! never
get rid of. ;
State Ticket.,
:A conference was held at Quincy
on the 31st. ult:,) b y Conservative
gentlemen, representing fay' r
parts of our State,, at which a tic
was nominated for .thDit 3L f
Governor, Lieuts-i er-nor and
Represent B reeSS. This
ticket wj||( ad of our
columns-
These gent ll e inated are of
high 'standing and Kr "idffene in
our State, of un.doubtedoelity to its
Iit(erets, and ofgreat a[itiif "st"
%si,. every means to de y i
votes,'as we undqubtedl: .....
mac.iatioqns of those dmwi cls,.
w jolwcljBS'vy tire" "Stat~e Do~r^-'A--'
negro rule, it was thought prudent at B
thi'e s;ime time to nominate and elect,


Palmn Sundasy.
,o-:.
The services .: Palim Sunday at
the Cathedral, w.e of a very inter-
esting character.!. The Ceremony
began with the blessing of the Palms;
after which Rev. FatherDIELAFOSSE
addressed to the Congregation a few
explanatory remarks :ilst on the
Blessed Palms in themselves, 2nd on
the procession held with then).
-On the first point, the Rev. Fath-
er showed: by several instances quot-
ed from the Bible, such as the rod of
Moses, the Brazen Serpent, and oth-
ers, that God having often beep
pleased to use inanimate and material
things, to work wonders of grace and
mercy, in behalf of men, the.practice
of receiving, and keeping blessed
Palms, with the hope.that God will
be pleased to impart to us his favors
through their means, is in no way
whatever a childish or ridiculous
superstition. ,,
On 0the Second point, the Pro-:
cession, "with blessed IPalm-s, by in-
stances also quoted from the Bible,
such as the procession held around
Jericho, by the children of Israellin
compliance with an order, and ao-
cording to directions received from
the mouthof Godlhimself, (a proces-
sion which resulted in the fall of the
walls of the City, Father Delafosse
proved, that religious processions are
neither a Papistical Inhvention, nor
an insignificant and, unfruitful dis-
play ; but that this institution of the
Catholic Church, is unquestionably
and most solidly grounded -on Scrip-.
ture. ,
After these explanations, the Rev-
Father proceeded to 'the distribution
of the Palms, during which, appro-
priate anthems were chauntcd by
the ehoir. The Procession then
wentou of the Church. Head nf
marched the Censor-bearer, tn" n
the Cross-bearer, with the two aco-
lytes oneou eich side l'behind them.
oe thej-hi op!^^the follow-

first, tlhe'irl3^ ., tIheir banner, then
Xthe bbys, atlso' th tlier banner '
piAladies 'i:t the gentlemen, all
marching two y two. The Clergy


consisting of. v. 9i- M. Delafosse,.
Aev. 1). Mac yRev. C. Tanqirey,
and Rev. #. Chrrard"' followedy^-
tend&, by a guard of honour, Waich
numb.l".lfor men of the th U. S.
I~nf | ~.uniform, with sFde
Far3s' ^ i: oa palm.-in
.is r Vi Behind the Clergy
caae,the red -people,-' in the
satne order'a. the whites. The Pro-
dessiol:Dnum_ l rbu nearly seven hun-
dred person -arid presented the
flist ana'd mo-i edifying display. The'
line -of, rlwas first, round the
Plaza, t rough Charlotte, Trea-
surgan q-streets, to the
PlaMaa nce to the Cathedral.
During '|e Procession, several
Psalms' wO,4.Aungby the Heverend
Clergy, among which the Psalm 68:
Ecxurga/t Let God arise, and
letf^^^lB Zbe-scattered; and let
thwfn~i^Hk0 him flee from before-
his face.; the.Psalm 34 Judica,
Domine, nocentes me. Judge Thou,
0 Lord, those that wrong me; over
tlrjww that fight against me..
Ut. .tthe.return of the Procession a
ymn fh. haunted, in front of the
Church dooroi being 'shut; after
the singing 6f the hymn, the doors
were opened, and the clergy entered
into the church, and proceeded to the
SanctIOYj escorted.by the Soldiers,
whose perfect demeanor and noble
appearance had added so much to the
beauty of the ceremony. Mass then
began, celebrated by Rev. Father
Delafodse, psisted in the singing of
the PassioA6by Rev. D.': Marogn* as
Deacon, and Rev. F. Carrard as sub-
Deacon '
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SATURDAY AP`L., 119 ,68.


-- #ophecy Fulfilled.
If the infernal fanatics 'and
abolitionists ever get Tower in their
hands,.they will 6ferride the Consti-
tution, set the Supreme Court at de-:
fiance, c range and m4ke laws to suit
the selves, ay violent hands on those
who differ with them in their opinions
or dare question their; i fallibility,.and
finally bankrupt the counmry and
deluge .it' :wi,,thk blood."--DANIEL
WEBSTER, MarIch 9, 1850.:
CONSERVATIVE TICKET.


lhe VNeas-from Washing-
ton.
A- XCmocratie Victory.
WASHINGTON, .April .*-Eigh-
teen small towns ia difl.rent parts
show Democratic gains of 258, and
Republican gains of243--Democra
tic losses 40, Republican lIjses 143.
A private dispatch received here
says that fifty citieS and towns show
a Democratic gain 1,106 v(tes, and
Republican gains 831 votes Repub-
lican majorities in these places last
year 1,300. '
LATER. ,, ..
Connecticut re-elects English,
Democrat, Governor, by an increased
majority, say' two thousand. 'In
Hartford English's majority is esti-l
mated at 648. A gain' of one hun-
dred and seventy-six.
The impeachment proceedings
hav been progressing in the Senate
through the oast wteek. The .chief
testimony offered against the Presi-
dent has been in relation to his
speeches on his Western tour, and
other':occasions.
Chief, justice CHASE claims his
right'to decide points of law and the
admissibility of evidence. On an ap-
peal to the Senate questions are, to
be. decided by a- majority CHASE
having a vote.. .
The manage-s closed their case on
Saturday.:
The President's counsel asked for
time until Thursday to prepare and
arrange their evidence. After. some
objection the Court adjourned, to,'
that day.
There are, mruiours of a .conspiay i-
amnong tht Rad'icals to make Gftanb
.presideht";-., l: ..... .
Ped ntncuse oho. is removed
and. to keep him' thu- despite the
November electionn: ," : *.
)EATH OF ,'A CONFEDERATE
P^K.tsT..-- Father Turgis. the Cele-"
.brated chaplain of the 30t|h. I mQ!r'
aua regiment., died last week.irn' INw :,
Orleans. HIe was a good. nia,, and
'was well belovod by all the members
of the 4th and 30t.h regimlents. Diur-
?9g the warp he neer deserted his
charge, but, on. foot or ,on his little
pony, was with the brigade in all
their marches and battles.' In the


defencef :Atlatta he received a
:,WundA'The head which for a time
disabled him, but he soon recovered
and returned to his.posp, which he
-A.'er left'until t| war- ended, whe6
he returned to IMw Orleans with the
fragment of the 30th regiment,
A WARNING TO GIRLS.-The .
sad effects of a hasty, and ill-advised .
marriage were illustrated in the 1
police courts of New .Orleans last
week. A young girl sometime since,
persisted in marrying a comparatively
unknown youth against her parents'
wish and entreaties. But the best :
was made of the matter, until last
week, when another wife appears on |
the scne, and claims a prior lien on \
his affections. How the matter- will
end, no-one knows, but from the
lady's respectability, will "probably
be hushed up. ,
A SIMPLE STORY.-A distressed .
and aged lady in this city offered to I
sell her gold watch to a United
States officer. This was %er.; last"-
means of obtaining money to buy
bread. The officer took the watch ,
and said that he would have it valued. 1
On the following day the lady re-
ceived an anonymous note, in which
there was a word or two of respect.
ful sympathy and warm good feeling, (
With this note was a small' package
containing the gold watch and two |
hundred dollars. And this tale has(
its moral !- Charleston, ews.
The Urited States owe one 12J a
Cents per every dollar f property t
owned by the whole people. It would E
thus take one eighth of each man's t
possession to pay the public debt. ..
General Hancock, writes a Wash"' t
ington lady correspondent, was at 1
the President's last levee, the hand- c
somest man a woman's eyes have ever r
rested upon in the military service. (
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S FOR GOVERNOR:
COL.O;, -0 w SCOTT,
OF LEON COUNTY.

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:
HON. fi. M.. WHITE,
oF JACKSON.
S FOR CONGRESS:
:O JN JQH-N FRIEND,7
S OF NASSAU.


I4 On Easter Sunday the servi-
ces at the Cathedral will be ofa
grand and impressive -character.
,THE HON. MI R S. Y E L:.O ,
:and other amateur singers,?B :Iiassist
the choir, both at High-mass: .'t- 10
o'clock in the morning, and at Vesp-
ers at 7 0 o'clock in -the evening.
Some fine music may. be expected.
S In another column will be
found call from the County Execu-
tive Committee, for a Meeting -tb
ratify the Conservative State Nomi-
nations, and to make those tbr Seua.

lature. Tn is meeting hoRfil( be
largely attended, in fact by all who
would rescue the State CGovernment
from Radical domination.
General WADDY THOMP-
SuN, who resided two years in 3Lexi-
co, as Minister 'from the United
States, delivers ,a Lecture' on next
Wednesday night ( 15th inst.) at
8 o'clock, at the State Court House ;
Subject the History, Toptography,
Social, and other peculiarities, of
that Country.
A@ The Brigantine Clarinda
arrived in our harbour one day last
week having on board Luande's Bra-
zillian Circus Companvy. This being
Holy week tie manager has post-
poned performances until Saturday
evening when the first *ihibition
will be given. Senor',:-!Martitux'
Luande, and his troupe '"f vaiof
trians and Gymnasts, have performed
b fore delighted audience, in'many
of the South American Cities, and in
.+ the West Indies, and we doubt not
will be liberally patronized ber ediu-
S.._ 1 ring the Easter holldi&ys ':-">:
J6@ The Hon. Mrs. ;f.tiXRTqN
gave a "re'Ading'" from the0 Poets on
,:':+ Saturday evening in the. parl,r of
'. 'the Magnoli House to a. c...B..ed
and:appraeiaay&,,audience;'her selec-
ti0o -i ve^ PPy and well jf
ceive!':^'7 ith') personel ofjsri,:
Y., it is nbt our /o0rjtto speak, as Is
,ou tongary. witl'sore ,f our brother,
en of thte press i.we may say, ^^^
in general .terms t^6 as a eatocution-
ist she occupies !.a High rank and
that her.fa~ a!rance and manner


were in every Yway prepossessing.
A writer for the Nwv York Times says
that delegates will.be Odmitted into the.
Chicago .Radical Convtn'ron from no
southern States except;tkpse represented
S, in Congress, .. .


a state ticket,: of gentlemen of ability
and Consbrvative sentiment. At
future' time we shall have .something
to say, of the policy which should be
pursued, by all those citizens of our
State, who would qyert so great iA
.,a]amity aq *.would be the adoption
by a majority of the.,:people, of this
mongrel instrument called a #Consti-
tution, which was nianhfactured ift
Tallahassee,: 4 6e-w.eeks .ago, by that
assemblage of fied hand iegrboes d
carpet-bag Yankees" politely styled,
"the. ConstitutioniQ Convention of the
State of Florida..
u'" Ur-- hotels ahd boarding
houses have been filled, duriiig the
,,lwet tniWth',Wiitfh y"tors to our City,
os in, search ,o: hea th, others,
' aoiding the iMoiment weather of
nibrthliern cities, or to. enjoy the lovely
climate of owr- Spring-. t, is the
,universal opinion of those who have
travelled extetiely, that no part of
the world is-"' 'bl. '- with-+,more-
eq~ate te'empere.te"an3 balmy air,
than Eastern Florida, and particd-,
narly the. VQiK?^^^^ City; ii
influence upoi VA'; i alvyqs
beneofipial and str fr t more
northern latitud4je dygi,ewith;
its mildness th' l1" winater ad
springo. ,^ ( Bi raise:"main be.
given,5s7 tm which have
.not the aoptrs'in hieat of what are,
-tetmed temri --?limates. The
stream of travel sti1 ebbs atad flows.
oarxuninterripti.
] The Registry'lists are to be
re-opened'fourteen days before. the'
election. Let every white man see',
that.his numt*. registered and be
prepared to vote on the question of
the adoption of the Constitution, .


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A physician in Germany announ-
cesa case where a ''child was born
with small-pox, the, mother herself
lot being affected at all. .She had
incidentally come into: commaunica-
-ion with a severe case of: small-pox
bout six -weeks before the birth of
the infant.
STel graphic communication can
low be had directly with .Havana.
rhe wires have beeo laid: from t'he
moast to the city of Havana, and car-
led up to the palace of the Captaiq *
General.
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50 Bags Corn, 15 Bbls Flbqr. Hay,ime
Salt&c. &..CA I ',
April 4, 1868. '\


tORTANT MILITARY


;nppression of Incendiary
-Publications-Warning to
Editors and Public Speaka
; ers-Measures 1br the Pre-
servation of the Public
^ Peace.

'DQ'nS THIRm MILITARY DISTRICT
q -*t of'Georgia, Fla. & Alabama,) ,
1 TLANTA, GA., April 4, 1868. j
[A6AL ORDERS, "[ "

I. The"reent assassination, at Colum-
:b bus, feorgia, of the Hton.G. W. Ashburn,
late a member of the, Constitutional Con-
vention of said St' and other acts of
violence and atroc*ty committed about
the same time in various parts of this Dis-
trict, and the simultaneous publication of
i, incendiary articles, and ths receipt by
many persons, ot threatening letters, in-
i dicating a concert of action, by violence
and intimidation, to alarm and- overawe
a a large part of the population, and- by
this -meai* effect the. resul ts !of pending
eleccions in this District, all of which acts
apparently emanattfrom a secret organi-
zation, fcr no good purpose, which seems
to be rapidly spreading through these
States, make it necessary fr. the Com-
-- manding General to warn all," persons
J^ against the commission of such acts, the
^ publicatbn of such articles, the sending of
such letters of connecting themselves,
with such evil organizations, and to as-
sure all :he good people of this District
that he Vill use all the powers he possess
to protea them in the peaceable enjoy-
ment of:heir homes and property, and
in the exercise of their personal rights
and political privileges.
II HO therefore directs all military and
civil offers in this District, to take the
m.oAt prompt measures to arrest and bring
to trial, all persons who may hereafter
i print,'piblish or in any manner give cir-
culation and publicity to swch` incendiary
papers d threatening letterlp and-further-
more, to arrest all personso'.:ho may be
-known to have participated in any such
acts of violence as above referred to, re-
suiting in brpachecs of the peace and in-
jury to persons Or property.
1 l11. Tha C,m~i.:unding General furth-
ermiore forb.ds ilhc conductorse of news-
...papers, job priritiii^ olhces, or other press-
S-' es from p,'irtitig or ihiblishing any ar-
.... ticles or papers'teniul.,g to produce in.
'it timidai/1u* riot c ....- bL< ;1 ie@paper containing any such, public.
; t.ions, or press publishiing the same, will
!., ''* be. slopped, and irs proprietors,' editors
































































''and other parties' .connected therewith, 01


being convicted before a military commis.
sion will be subject to fine and imprison-
ment, or suchother penalties as may be
deemed suitable to the offence committed
IV. All public writers and speakers are
enjoined to refrain from inflammsory ap
peals to the passions and prejudices o
the people; and from publishing or saying
anything calculated to lplu1e breach
of the peace, or to intimA|&ny person
from the exercise of their"Wtical privi
-- leg es "' *- .**
V. Military Commanders of Pcsts
Sheriffs of Counties, Mayors an
other municipal officers, are herebl
required to organize patrols an
other means for, the detection c
such persons as avail themselves c
the secrecy of the .nig*t for ex-ect
ting their criminal purposes. ,Xi]
tf] tary Commanders of Post. are r
quired to see that.this order is du
and faithfully executed by the, ciw
^ authorities within their jurisdiction
and to promptly report any failu
or unwilingness on_-th, W Of sa
"r aift~tifie6;l4w ill be held subje
to the penalties attached to disc
J dience of the orders emanating fro
these Headquarters. Military Co'
manners are authorized, and dirdeto
I -when in their judgment &e sar
may be necessary to organize frc
the reliable and law-abiding citize
posses to aid in the preservation
\ law ilrder in their respective d
'\ tricts; the expenses attending'
'(!l pay and maintenance of these pos
to be charged to the several count
or municipalities as the case may
VL The Commanding Gene
calls on all good citizens to aid in
preservationtn of the peaoe, and to
-Rsist in the arrest and punishment
M Violators of this order and the cri


UST 'received froNe
Onone wYork e:

ASSORTMENT (W GRO CER.-.
IE C. E,,V ER B-ROUGHT
,N41L Nj.-o:rll ARKgjT
00onsiting Of.
, Lard; "Pork, Coi-n, '
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H^ CONSIGNMENT. "
CORN. HEAYf,
10 Sa e. orn, $75
... Sacks'Salt$ .;7 ,00 .
Cash on delivery, by order Consignee.
April 4, 1868. B. E. CARI
EXTRA FAMILY SUPPLIE-
BY
.1GPOTOMAC.
71"K Mustard, Cayenne Pep rj
|-'| , t Oil; Fine Table Salta. al
Hams, 'Dried Beef. Bolona Sausa s,4
Cramberries, Pot.tes. Onions, Hole-
Radish, Pickles, 8ff'iies, ConfectioneO,
Dried:Plums, Peaches, 'Cherries, Applh,
Raisens, Citron, Cturr-ants, Spices, Faril
Corn Starch, Maccaronie, Condensed Mil
Green jCorn, Peas, Tomatoes, Jellj
Preserves, &c. At[Retail,
B.E. CARR.


mands.
By order of Major-Gen. MEADE. ,
Official: S. F. BARSTOW,
Acting Assistant Adjutant Gen-
0 'SIXTY YEARS Vs. EIGHT YEARS.-The
Democratic party, for the most part of
sixty years, was fairly, seated in power
in the Nation, during which the cre lit of
the Nation was good at home and abroad.
It had no national debt to be recorded by
billions; its promise to pay a dollar was
good for one hundred cents;.specific taxes
were unknown, and its basis of opera-
tions, financially, were the precious me-
tals. Eight years they haye been unseated,
and what is the result ? Ask the laboring
man, with a tax collector staring him in
on every corner, or a revenue stamp
stuck to everything he sees, receiving
for his labor a piece of paper, on which
the great United States promises to pay
him a dollar, but which is only worth 70
odd cents.-N, Y, Express.
The good people of Antwerp, in Bel-
gium, recently became alarmed at the
rapid and mysterious manner in which
their dogs were disappearing. These dis-
appearances were so numerous that spe-
cial efforts were made to unravel the mys-
tery, and the result was the arrest of two
persons who turned out to be dog stealers
by profession. They confessed that dur-
ingone year they stole no fewer than two
hundred dogs, the skins of which, sold
to toymakers, went for the manufacture
of children's drums; the grease made
excellent pomade, and the carcasses were
passed through the sausage making
machines -
Thaddeus Stevens. owing to his feeble-'
ness, has to bE daily carried in a chair lo
and from his lodgings lo the House 6f
Representatives. To perform this labor,
he employs acouple o;' athletic atienda~nts.
and a f'ew days ago he startled them whilst
carrying him, by hn.lting them and gaizing
into each of their upturned faces, remark-
ing in his quaint style, fWell, boys, what
gone?"
An Irishman, who had left his native
country, and sought an asylum in Atneri-
ca, because it was a land of liberty, was
attacked on his'first arrival, in December,
by a furious mastiff. He stooped to pick
up a stone to defend himself,, biMthe stone
was frozen fast. "By my soul," says Pat,
"what a swate country, 'here'he dogs
are all let loose and the stones .ted fast"
Dr. James Fulton, 6f M4orrisiowneFast
f Tennessee, has in hia office a kitten Wi.t
g eight legs, two tails, two under jaws arid
Stwo tongues, all of which are perfectly
Formed, and exhibit a queer freak of
s dame nature. ; .:
1Under the bill now before Congress
lumber and flour are taxed in large whole-
>sale establishments--flour about two cents
i per barrel. ,: : '
Y' Cornelias Vanderbilt is supposed to be
d worth $75,000,000. A large proportion
)f of his means are invested in railroad
stocks and securities.


There are 900 humning birds and 10I
1- nests and eggs of humming birds on exhi
i- bition at the..Museum of the Natural His
t tory Society in Boston.
[y The Montreal Herald calls the Repub
i1 lican members of Congress "a scandalou
body of unmitigated scamp~s." Cansd
n, needs reconstruction. .
T .Tehe Sb bgUTe ulonionindfu
i prob o2 e spiritual.' ntead
Ot r.s- recently published the Lord's P raye
as teem of news.
e- .rKaty -1 yotlaid the tabl'-clot
M and plates yWc" "An' sure I havy
mem-everything\%ut the eggs; and isn
"- that Biddy's work, dtr-ely?"
di, Ijive within your ans. if you woul
ne ha~e moeans within whi olive.
)m A widow of twenty two Wrceti
h" just married her ttird"


CHAIRS' ..50
DRES'S CIRCLE .1.00i
PIT 75
CHILDREN 50,
A&- For further particulars, see small
bills. ;
April 11, 1868.-It ,
TO THE
Conservative Party of
ST. JOHNS COUNTY

A Ticket having been nominated, at
Quincy, by the Conservative Party, for
Governor, Lieutenant-Governor and
Member of Oongress, the people of St.
John's County are invited to attend a
mass meeting to be held in St. Augustine,
2n Saturday .18thinsmt., for the purpose of
ratifying the Quincy nomin0ons and also
to nominate a candidate the State
Senate and member qf the Legislature, it
is uirged that every Precinct be repre-
sented,
FATIO DUNHAM,
rAUL ARNAU,
B. F. 0LIVEROS,
County Executive Committee.
April.i 11 1, 868. --It. :"


GOOD ARTICLES.
^TAVY Tobacco, asst. Manufacture
[. Tobacco, Smoking Genuine Pipef
eaftLobacco.


,~~ ~ I ric .. .
Fam ies and others wishing G 1ec1a
will d well to call on us before 'cha-
ing e]ewhere. as. ` w6 i pose of
our Goods, at an small advac/1on New
Yorl Cost. -
G GEO. S. GREEN& CO, .
J nuary llth 1868. "
A SPLENDID' STCI OF
FRESH FAAM1

Groceries ,
HE Undersigned, thankful for the
liberal patronage extended Tto him,
would respectfully inform the public that.
his stock of GROCERIES is now com-
plete-all fresh and ,the best quality--
which will be sold at
LO WEST CASH PRICES.
Among which will be found,
[ Pork, Bacon, Lard, Butter,
Rice, Sugiar, Coffee, Salt,
Vinegar, Kerosine Oil,
Syrup, Candy, &c. &c.
.ALSO
Cigars, Brandy,
Whiskey, ; Wines,
Ale, and Porter.
t And a full assortment of all' kinds of
FAMILY GROCERIES.
DW Call and examine for yourself,
and you will find the best selected Stock
of Grbaeries in the city,
: i. GENOVAR.
. St Augustifie. January 4, 1868.

e Ancient City Res-
taurant.
CHARLOTTE STREET-SOUTH OF


March 28, 1861. 1


B. E. CARR.


SELECTED WINEi 0t 'OA USE
INVALI.. -
fGHOICE Claret Wite, otch Ale,
English P a$|mtn Cider,
Port Wine, Blac.1^"| Wine,' Rss Bit-
ters. Wines, '.Brandy, '(Cordials.
choice old Whisk yl"Osssorted Crackers,
cherries, Preservesk:iSardiues. &c.
Cigars nicely made, equal to those im-
ported. Tax paid 10,000, at retail
03.00 per hundred Try them
h 6 B. E. CARR,
]\lflch 284 1868.
111 V. _PITTMANA, JR.,

General .Newspaper Advertising and
Collecting Agent,
Jacksonvilleg F '.'."
E is authorized Agent for the follow-
lowing Papers: ,
t- '"EAST FLOR!offD;." Jacksonville, Fla.
'"SENTINEL," Tallahassee, Fla.
"WE'EKLY FLOR1DI AN," Tallahusee, Fli
"COMMONWEALTH Qm1cy, Fla.
"EXAMINER," St.'Awsilne, Fla.
Address
0. W. PITTMAN, Jn.
Jacksonville, Fla.
7 ,*.< .. -


AL L persons whio have demnrri1? on'
., e Estate V' Nathan :Robet, late
0? bi bWB Coun~ty deceased, uixd all
ordit(6*s^ lgatee'Ls and distributes, -are
h* rebj 1flokifwl., ilmt. uiless their clains
or demands shall, be presented to the Ad-
ministratrix, or i\dmaistralor or repre-
sentative of said estate, within i wo years
from (late LbAofthis ,V Jy.-;u
FRANCIS ROBERTS,
I Administratrix,
R..W.ROBERTS,
Administrator.
St. Augustin%. April 11, 1868.--8w.
FAT10 DULNHAM. Lt. DUNHAM
F. &D. L. DUNRAM,
,, '* DEALERS iN

-RY GOODS,
Clothing, Hats, Boots,
and Shoes;
A ND ,, -;."
General C$*wA i
Merctiants ;.i '
St. Augixtine, ]F1a.
Aug. 11. y
-W. HOWELL ROJBINSON.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW.
S T A UG US TINE, FLA.
Office atCourt House.
May 18th 1867. 6m.
C(. G I T-,,LLOR
ATTORNEY AND ...BELLOR AT
LAW.
.. P.4LA TKA, FLA.
*.August 24,1867.
As J. PIEREI-F99
t ATTORNEY AT LAW,
;, TALLAHA3SEE F.A4'
.June 29,1867. "


Tft ui KDscluber-aas open-ed this
'Retreat" in order that invalids and
,*others who mzy sojourn here, this
winter IDav be able to procure good
Sliquo's of various kinds. He intends
to have constantly on hand a supply
of. the very best
WINES, BRANDIES AND ALES.
Attached to the Retreat will be a
free Reading Room.
Every' Saturday NigIf't. Qysters
and other Refreshments will be pre,
paired.


H. ,1. SNOW.
Proprietor.


November 1!3. 1867.


$500 EWARD
FOR- informatibu that will convict, any
1Fperson, tha :has Stolen Orange Trees,
from my Lands called the Hurtes Grant,
on six mile Creek.
LOUIS M, COXETTER.
'February 29,1868.-4t.


TO CONSUMPTIVES.
HE REV. EDWARD A. WILSON will
send (free of charge) to all who de-
sire it, the prescription with the direc'
tons for making and using the simple
remedysby which he was cured of a lung
affection andthat dread disease Consump-
tion. His only object is to benefit the
afflicted and he hopes every sufferer will
try this prescription, as it. will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Please address.
REV. EDWARD A.,WILSON,
( No 165 s outh second ti eet,
Williamsburgh, New Ycrk
May 11, 1867.-ly.


PLANED LUMBER.
5,(000 j feet of planed, tongued and
.grooved Lumber, Flooring, cealing,
eatherboards, window casing, planed
pilings all, lengths and widths, shingles,
Laths, cement, stone lime, nails, window
glass, soda, potash, hoes, rakes, potato
hooks, mops and mop handles, soap.
For sale very low by
W. W.V.ANNESS.
St. Aufputine, Nov. 23, 1867.


Errors of Youth.
A Gettleman who suffered for 'years
from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay and all the effects of youthful in-
discretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, pend free to all who need it,
the recipe and directions for making the
simple remedy by which he was cured.
suffered wishing to profit by the adver-
tiser's experience, can do so by address-
ing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B.-OGDEN.
.42 Cedar Street, New Tork
iay 11, 1867.--y.


'FLORIDA HOUSE,
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
T HE above House "having been thor-
oughly renovated throughout, is now
open for the r -.ption, of Guests. The
'Proprietors vU l.spr 0 no pains to make
it piasa fjfor inWalids, as well as others. |
The 40"e_ttjse Sg2 thern exposure and
double piazzas ruid.g is whole length.
T"re is good han,hg and fishing in the
941imhliate vicinity. "
A GOo\ kLINE OF COACHES IS NOW RUNNING
'Rbi PIOOLATA TO MTRB3 P MACE.
Horses 4r "diug .and boats f_#r sailing
can be haa any time. .-
\ H. REMER & CO.,
", I Proprietors.
*November 1, 17


.'o "*Pole.
^\NE Lot in Brunswick Ga., near the
R. R. Depot; also several Lots at
itIian River Fla. Forparticularaap-ply to
M. R. ANDREU.
Nov. 23, 1807. '"


.* /


.DRUG S.^J
St. George ke
At the Store lately occupied by
I"m .... or'. A ITV JTr TTTNTf A lf-


iVAi ,0rs. juna v v v l o ., u Ai j ~zxIA,.
St. Augustiueo July 13, 1867.
IEAF Lard in Kegs, Herring, Cod-'
fish, Cheese, crackers, Asst.
B. E. CARR.
" M a r ch 2 8 1 8 6 8 .. '
'' ; i .* *


p


W JwST INDIES,
1ias arrived here and will give three per-
formances in this City, Saturday, Mon-
day and Tuesday nights, in 'the rear of
RAMON HERNANDEZ Residence, St,
George Street.
The public are fully assured that every
effort will be put forth to give satishc-
tion-


LUJ
GREAT I


C-tB

THIS EQUES
Which hias met wit


I. Davies.
''Architect & Builder.

OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE.. "

DEALER.
In Lime, Cement,
Hair., Plaster, White and 1
Yellow Pine Lumber, Sash., Doo2
Shingles and Blinds,
The highest cash price paiA for Hides,
Skins, Wax and Tallow. /
Novemberl6,867.



Real Estate Auction-
eer and Broker.
THE UNDER GONE]) WILL
pay piartic ar attention to
ADMi RATORS.' E X E C U-
.. '. ,,UA-RDIANS, AND
TRUSTEES' SALES.
And wil buy and sell REAL IESTATE
when required to do so; and will attend to
sales in any part of St. John's County,
M. R. ANDREU.
St. Augustine, Fla.


^"DlS3me, R.. ANDRElS ^ M T -- '
.,,"@ AUCTIONEER. \. 0. tOf
BRAkZihLIAN: ST. AUGUSTINEj FLA. \ w V 7
'* ..^, I T' ILL ATTEND to all business in his TO
^f' fV TTT Ine entrusted to his cui.. FAMILIESand HOUS
i // ,. ... ... +.a_. SEKEEPERS.
C U.,/ --- i .. FRK SSH FAtLY
>* VSF- ALL CONSIGNAIENTS WILL F> ."Ly
TfflAN TTOUPE!. RECEIVE PRQMT',&-ENTIoN, W.1 pQ !?erit..
th so much success in the. AIRIVAItS- % i .V


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nal laws of the State; and he admop-
ishes them that unless acts of i4N -
dation and violence are checked'ind
punished, bloody retaliation may be
provoked, the peace of society en-
dangered or subverted, and much in-
nocent blood be shed. .
VII.-The commanding officers
of all military posts in this District
will, immediately on receipt of* this
order, cause its contents to be gener-
ally made known, aud deliver copies
thereof to all civil officers, editors of
newspapers a d presses and other
parties to be specially affected there-
b~v, within the'limits of their co'm


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March 28, 1868.


B. E. CARR.
March 28, 1868.
TEAS, SELECTED.
LD Hyson, Black Tea, also' Breah'
fast Tea at 75c, Rioand Java, col
ee. chocolate.


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I Wour l d, IV o' ct.gve' '. A d 'ti 'I ? t of love, espondheeGe
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1,j 4he following stanzas are usual y
s.ng on Easter Eve, 'it is a time hon-
ored custom, introduced by our forbe-,.
fathers-blessed be their memory;
S .. ,-" U S G O IS ." I "9
T"'Disciarem lu dol ] *
Cantarem aub' alagr.i j
., Y n'arem aa. -. .. &.' -, U/ ; "
Las pascuas a Maria a ,. |
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'. San Grabiel .. ,.,
Qui1 portaba la ainb.asoiada *:. r
,,,T. Des nostro rey del qol,, .
," starau vos prenada,,, :* ,j
y a-omiliada *, :,:'.. .e i
Tu o vais aqui serventa .lum ... *: ,
Fia del Dee ontea .,.,o.y t i.
Pare fa lo que el vol : ,: : ,
..: Disciarem lu ,dol,.' &c. !-
-+" Y a milla nit-
P Parigu ep. vos regina !,
..;A un Deo infinit, .'.J.
Dintra una establina, .
"j Y a m illa d ia .. '
Y u e l o s a n g l e s v ~ tn c a n t a nt ,. .. .
Pau y abunda,. ..'' ,,
De la gloriai de Deo g[l* ,
); Disciarem luidol.; &c,
""'Y "a Libalem ,/' :^
Alla la ierr sata .' i:
... U- nat Jesus '. ; '.
Aub.,Aulgria tant'a, :, '.. ;
nfante- p e i t
QLie.tot "I'i, 6Q"salvaria,
tnm pgu.y bastor .4A'.,.,
*.N it.m'esuin'Deo':ttsol ;.. "' .
isCiqr6.*a l'udol, &e..
.Cua~nt.de'Jri-eat Ilus'.
Trcs ,teysla, trnua veran
D. Beo omnipoet-et : .. i
dora'lb vi.ngaran
.D present leferan ;
S""De-mil efces Jy or .
"A,'u benuit sen0o : s i
Que conesce cual se .0 ql.
i -. Disciaremu lbol, &c.'
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of it. It has always-beenu the desirer'
of the great R(public to have a foot-"
hold in Europe:-d Tihere is, opposite'
the fetamo lb Rd-oderir thbe roaxdstead
of' Mfiruarizza,.which is vast in ex-
tent. pcrte-fy "sheleTed 'fr'oml the
winds and witht'ani excellent bottom
for akcharage. ,the United States
asked it'froam .Tunkey, promisingD to
build there a, large city under the
sovereigntvypftlhe Sultan, but Eng-
land oppose& the eo ^-ession. It is
nw; ofiti.ed that 11 t!,sia has con-
tractedt.mgagetwents: with .the Uni*
ted.; 8tat : regard. to t As soooal
as war break. out.the Americans will
have.t .eir portt..; The. Russians are
very "marked ifn their attentions to
i 4dmiral'Farag.'."
| We lhave allttAad with rapture of
ithe brave'" %;ifrior' who, when the
'burnin.bitieipom'ed, its cauldrons
of fea rfult d&hth, stood bravely at his
:oost, and perished arms nin- -hand, on
hr Therie was ao .cotemno-
rary'l. %iantr., hand to record the
,-act, . trth was dficg rom the
owel's. of the ea.'th thousands of
yftr9'dftr~rarit._ It was brought o
'hit, indee,'.c'y:lie explorafiofis
amAid theru .un P; mpeii and her-
clieneu,.': : I."to., the soldier-hero
.stood, smothm'ed"in ashes but erect
in duty. Our'tdeseenhdauts 'will ,not
hd'6eto delv'eso f"far'for a similar in-


fifeanwe {of d- <-
rau'ssit Mlove=

wsmo(rs in Eu-
,to speji~ate on the
,ernment's allowing.
1,0t6 4i0d ?1o"n, mcl
g;..the .ContiuentAl
,ing hiloselfltonized.
)rence in the Cor_
era'le do Vienne"li as
,iaiks on tleaubject'
',agut.-; ,mak~es-!.mord.
er before made, by
the head.:of a sinal
essels of. war. ut
ilonu ma1y from.Oa^
dangerous charapteri
tes propose io k
re in'European. afi
are encouraged, int
by Russia, which'
goodhaIrbor in the"
ic becomes mistess:


tion .. : ( .
:.,';Let us leave of, Mourningc.... i
'Let us sing'with joy ; i {
Let usgo pk t ;: Dye ,
i '*.Our Walt*Uttoja



.., That the ki g.of heaven ** X
V'. : hou had'st conceived- '
.. Thbu wert humble;
*" "Behold here is 'the 'handmaict '.
Daughter of God contentt :
To'do what He will,!'. .
. Chorus--Let.us leave off m'0arninfg ni ec.r "
. And at. midnight' p.
: She g~ae birth t0 the e'child,
S he- infinite God, ., j
In a. ..stable. !.
At! inddday :
The.annzel go sittging,&- .. r^.
Pea'ce-and Oaundane / '"
Orgo toGod alone. "
^ ^ [ ..: 'Cho i^ .."^
S ,,:In Bethlehem !:
flf-tbha oly'laird1 '
" .WAs born the'Saviour,, '
; '""; With great*o [ ^ ,
\ The little child. ; .: .
j Who all the world.woul. 'save,
;;i Which noone could accomplish'
," B ut G od alone. : "'* "'
'" i': ; "'. ( horiif : l
.'8V lien ii. the East ,,
S.. The "ire kings the star td see,
God ommrpotent
*' To adore they came, "
S' A present they made him
; Of myria and gold
', To the,..lessed Saviour .
\Who knows every one. '
S ....: */ ... 'C h oruls """ ....
All burnin -,'0 tit ': .
T o accomn slisf i0 4 j ,a w -


', ,Nd.de.L-a, nq -but.lifted
"" A^Qe all earthly strif;,
A -Odr Ln' teowc te mreanine
And~el the power of'l!ife--*I


The po0r't rise uncumbered I An AWleeliicnat W.ifp, 1 !
By wo or wapt,. or care; l Aipa .pe -r,,of Na'ute v Frahae- pub-I
To breath fresh inspiration F ; l-nes th'fbllowig :"' .,1
_--m p1tegelestil.'.air*i. ,'" .. A f,'mner, wIs found hanged by
S; 's. S fireside. Suspicion felt 'tx5Xnis
"T6 feol that All the tempests ife.-_ She- was -arrested, and oh
O'f human life, have passed, 'J 'DOn questioned, made the following
And-that my aqrk in'safety, rests P ieeona e-coufe.:-sioN,.VWell,, tierO
.- "he m t t anot Wuchlto beaoid. bl -Going home
I tat lastsA night I found m y husband by i
o.fend njsoatCs.great longings, te flVe .place, trying to !hAng h.iself;
LikNoah'si dove:, abroad, e rope was already: tuid'h i. throat.
And'find themswift returning, >sheh ,alrpa-jold;.'V~e.ry one
With signs.of peace. fromnGod;- it1a ^ h aet~rmied to hpglim.
... .s r, I .eu v 'o P very aturally


ia.0st nim, by passing ne oner, .CM
othe :he pe o*v-er the rafter, and pull-
il] as hard as I c ul nil-.Mb he was
|u.pended rn_ lp JU O.e: .youi-
'efeS, teh1|^ yr U strangiles
vohr hiisband 5 ; a'ittle, ut. 4 oti
quite, because, e rlp ae-N
Ias tS re6e, 4 of I S."' aa A.el
;iar4. ...s.i..ul d .bet T. .b. t be
fore ).,ou sent ae' ;icfe'd'Q beg you
will let, me at~tnd: fv'Po r"husbar.d s
fit.i ,eedl. 'toe-gsdliieavivh-ej, adds e
[t. isi Ieedle~jS ito saya that, the.. d,&-re
dxpressed'by-this exccleout wifef^nd


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,ted-@ bthe-etfurt, ,ber ok."comIn r1 preseAt.dat '.we :itve it before us.
--Now '*'r Mr..Stanton; we.:re informed, sleeps
" ? "'.- Tv, and eats.an';d,-_ es''-in- his office
A letterfromm ,.t.o'neC,*in the D ebats,' sure n -.e ;. ^ an.d -, s
s.lys : "Every body knows that the .lhteli. r-,diffdze .-rto the _agitated
]pal army contains .subjects of dil.'evnents.bYi,,ch he is surrounded.
countries ; but what isfnot "generally" .-rlbtril autlrioty,
.. ...... ..^ s-tf inag is his principal occupation.
known is that. its.not. composed -. _..-l, i.,- ogio
{ ,...Should th,3'LhmlpeA'ichtendt mlbroglio
exclusivLy f and that I"' old fire and t.yftallant Secreqarv
t iere are'S01diai. it belonginto. maintain .. Sii nd,-i&'it not possl-
a l creefls. I' fecould seurcqe~ybiehat'the.too, like" hd historical
blieve the fact and I was obliged, predecessor,Ilay on sow ehue Morn-
J ..... '. ... ,<* ^iiig befotmd 'bn, et iw`nses-the
...c.:oonN n e od W 1. tto take note Y, ,. a ? Times.
wjtn my own. eyes of a e.rt-ain nlm- 'y^-ri,. -
b-r of i l t hve NI ia I. uiia.fo r Ci N..Kt ^AS i Cow,-There
aftendinga Protestant church." i a man inng ho't r from Danville
.. .. ... ..... .. who, wiehen thle war closed finding
T h e fi rst. lns talyci -a l ood ed n eg rp { r ., '
bein.nomirated" for Congrress' by au lmsele without a horse, as mule or
auth-orized .(.onvention, occuriecldthe other even an old -speer, hitched up his
d4y in Rtkhig',- Noirth Caro'Una.. The. mnilvA cow.andnmade a good crop, He
individual was educated at Obef1inm, Ohio, fed the cow hioh, and she not onlr
hdstryfl U4.q.... n o's iWel4-R,-lis- name-. " '.
^IS'I'Heotd plohed island bu iihim milk
it fxlit ,. H 3" p tye br..
ol00ed the n e p tl.O-, a d-istnot, where f hs table.
thfe .Radials .Aa ,m brity dfr-six. or We get- 'ur fgfrm.tion fiom a
sevhi h.titnjr i,':.sigigfia reason that aentlemn wt'q tie crop of
heIctton .ulJi the pay. his eateyprising
ly q epieman, and he pronounces it
P2oun_ ani dp r-ttyfgir1,.steppeai int~oa l
stor, where a young ,a",,AwhAo had. ong very good. ,.,. .'
been enamored but drqd,-t. speakI-tood We like to record instances of this
behind the opniter. .n ,'order t^o remain kind, where men show true moral
as long as pos'sl sie 6h Ce.penoe y-.. orange, enery arn pluct- If.a! our
thing; at.lascs sh a.:" Lbelieve you -U- ; ", -
"think 1 am "l) g-r Lu 4 _.... Iwas- peopI ,w.oma aea w I ine s-ine
'-;theJ ,.pl;..-3" 1 w1.'^!,A- spir't, we disoon see a very dif-
,,Well,% wir'= j[^., *.tel.iqhaa ferent stat e things from what' we
'Oiah laid an emphassxon tle- word,-'I now-see -D v'lew Times- :
wolild not sta-y so lonbri -U iiingl^ if you ... n.-- 'i :- ", /
we'e not so',dear..'."t '; i i". ,'.. . ^^,eponlt of.the Pall Mall
A N ""a:Roappeare&i 'zettte sth's story". '"Fbw persons
' mi0d,.Virg'nid,.on Sat yVjf& s. are aware that General McClellati"
to be naturalized, sayingt|w. O".rvt o~f .._Jo,,hns:n.. .-h a-s .- -.. '
pPoktugal. The u t3gf Ahim tt.h ". .
cou'ld registerias.' a vo''Aler at :crLfatedAmihistt.o m the :, it
CCoLgress. JL:7. ^'-:- .gtes to this Qpflrryv,, ia pf ,tch
.$ lMissoiit,, p sper "mtl "at, ..2 . "descent, andt s i .
in .,,prair,- at.,dsihehis r *.cousingQrman-to thelato-,L;a^ ^<^yde%
*thousands. idle negr+ ,"Y ';t .s 91 l'h4,0 1ii.ar t i^ n| s +?ster At*
thWood 9t f d sha havliirr
in Land goes to thk oods t,.11 wild that Sal C"^ s h...l,- ] .a
game, ut generally returns h is cabin d d ie 7 lu-jipecem'ber; 1864,
after night with h n i l r' fat hog. ,-M cC+ _l.an -e -. o
his neo : -_ner ltman pro ved lsert
IJo you understand me now, thundered h/e -her nea'i'es.-of kin, and as heir to
an irate pedagmnoe tq nw urfdhin atwlA6^0 1iss Camipbell he will receive that
head he threF-arn inkstand. "6I've got. ..... o the Banda and Kir'. ee
an Inkling of .what you mean" replied, 'rze money which Lord Clvde left
fthe boy, *' s sisterY *
It is feoaed the Smith &wily will become TI -*( -11 -- I, .. I .
ex i c. T_ er are ... 1, "0 of th e If y ou coarr 1'th e across geh eerfu lly it w i
Johns in New York. // / carry you safely,"'


To soar in fearless'freedomi
Through broad blue, boundless
,,.. ,,,skvies ?
And, catch the radient gleaming'
Of.] ove-lifc angel eyes,
To'-feel the Father's presence' /
Aruund nme,, neir or -fr,
And see His radian t: Yl,;'"
Stretch..o1wacd, star by'..4ar ; ^
To feel thois,; i'md rplif iL-,s
That kuow vnot space:n, In., t.i,1e;
. --eT1,.I arl (.lisd- onli,1'_V
:':- ... Iti-Tl:mrn{-, }v"?.'i.ji,,,t; ;.
*" ; To know that sin and er, "
Are diml. un,-(lorsi-.to \ ,
'AUd th(I tt ] t i h m in %Vlls E1il,-_, -
1 Stuldeveloield Gcod; -'/

To sta Id in spell-bound rapture 4,"
0 n soame celestial height,-
And see God's glorious sudi.hine',
''Dis-el the shades of nigt"; .
To feel that all creation :
With love and joy is rife,;
This, 0 my earthly loved ones,
This is Eternal Life '" "
There, eyes that closed in darkness
Shall open to the, morn;
And thosewhom death hadstricken'
Sh Sall find. themselves now-borun;
The tame shall leap with gladness,
The blind.'rejoice to see;
The slave shall know no master,
And the prisofiershall. be .free.
'. : .". ; *. : .-
There, the worn and heavy-laden
Their-bur'dins' shatl lay dowp ..
There, crosses, borne in meek-ness,
A t, lug. all "in',tlK^wf
A md,toiely 'hearts- that fhmishld'"
or sym love,
q '_6111find a"ftee affection
.:Id' the ancgel-home above'.
/. 0:,;,.dre..O of. our, F, father, '
\ eWeep'not f6e'1thoe who ass,
or,'.", u r"" ,1f.P"r'-'
\', Like rosp-.leayes ,.gently scattered,
.. \ L~e kiew-drops Fri~tie g~ras~s..
:dy, look not .dowtti'insdess', "
But fix y<)ur ,.azo_.on h~h ; -.
_ T^Qrdpidioped~i. r-,Uatle
./ Their, .souls .can never .die. ,
.'. ,.-, J.;.iz., "! '*4 .- ,. "- -
ThpylU~e. !ai1"-still auhbiroken ::-
I. "s that magnetic'-eliin
Wruch, in youri tearful; blipdness,
Y o, thought was "rent in '.twain.
That elbuo of 'love was fashioned


By more than human art,
And: -eteyyink is welded
So firm it cannot part .'.
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Easter l*j-e FestOvi. l^
In another colunin wilt be' fo .".-
'.the so6g customarily sung n t': | _
City, 6i Easter, Eve., We subJOi ti
VsI.b} Sib.#ith,,the verses wl at wk. *^
u.4ut call, rough approximation .-'^ 7
the sense rather than a transla`, '-


V,4 7 .


,Lo~itt-f.Would ever prailse"'nT e '
it -T hy 16'Y" -' I.t... .
For all Thy loA can giv, .i :
Bu' mostof all, 0 Father, -
I thank Tlh'ta I live'.
., l .. .- "',,; lit."S "" = '* "' '


" "-%.* _d _..2-.


A7 r A I s"ai t .


Daunmos leio0gUia- ," : The Holev ^Nl^.' .: .-.-
P ara fe lo quo D o vol A- -a-.. .
-,Disciaremlu dol &c. I A areat firr
." *Cuant trespass'm. | Th6 idnra:o-V ed'I~i)"
De cut mon nostro 8enora ,, God give Is language ">.
SAcels" bmnugp "u'"* '* 7' f Todothy Ivi!. .. "
'' Sun.-l la matpsmapre i + '1 '/" -. .. : i: Chorus. > ,
'O Emperadora, ". c r ,.. When-,wehave passed.'" '-. \
q .Que del cel sau'eligia ...... .; 1"i". From'this world our Lady' ,
a ',- t a F o i .0.... .eaven., .. .}, ..
fiSa+:rofa.Florita+ .': ,1- ":'; ." [". T0'heavenT we are raised,' 1 .
.. Mesrusplenipy,qi4us. ,*1',,, ,,1"our sonn,,th sam.hour. :
Disciavem lua & cl,&':.,: Queen.,,, ,, .
"After this .in, the Tollo4ing'1 .: W ho, Arf:i avea'the ehoicesto
stazassolici.tibngthe cUstsomary giftA Blooming rose.
of cak es or e o.s., are su n ".y '. ..'r .'
44tsr set gois que van cantcInt,: l These -seven- that go singing.
.Regina stia ., r, Ceestial Q e .
a D.eumos pau, y alaarmi G i"ve us peace 'andjGy.
Y bonas fesias tinoh" I -. May ouenjoy a 60 od feast;
V!O--o.2 y '':'" ,j ) ,, f" s .
y o u don s. boanas festas '" We wish a happy tine,' !
:'.:Daumos din'eitio.,""' '" ,., --: Give s'yourbounty,'
SSRempre tanim;,s,'maas .U"stago -" ane at ays'lave oar 'hand ready '
Pi ara recibi un ft Tat ea-oug. "- Thy:bdmrty tb6receive "
| Y ul dia de pa'ui'" Flo ridia. .,"" i.et us io the Eater feasts
Alauramos giuntament "' '"(!' Together enjoy'. i
Us que es mort part darmos, vida,/. "He died to save us; .. "'
j Y via-gtoros+imer,"c : i '-t us.-be joyful
A qj . Bien halta-,que lt en "pedrb;' i Blessed be He who wailed it round
: Sun amo dequs%,casaL. ': The owner of this house
} Udriaduna un:do 'Ought'to give us a token, ,
Fo'rhaagiada o e apanada ', .. i "Either a cake 6o a ta"r t'
: Cucutta o6fla'o; : :'7 ,:, I ."W e like any thing : ,
1 Cual"seovolc"" masmgrare,.- 'As'Ioneo1asyou say"not'no 1 ,
.Sohr degupa' hoy: .... '.. .. 1, ...... 7 ` -* ", 6. '." ,
,-. Th^ tters are then opened by. :- houses walled round .
.l, ple within, a Q. lypyo '-. Waited rounia On four sides -
.cheese, cakes or. other p0t-.o',gl : The owner of hi. houe ..
i,-dropwd in'to a ba~carCi'i6 qy', V .,....,"V=.. 'm."
4 t h e p a r t y ; w h o aIkn o w l e 'd e h6 6- .. ,
gift in the following lines, and& fihea >1 i :. /
depart. :- ',... : ; Is oTi a p61te ogetleman .
"Aqusta casa esta. empedrada"' coMPANy habe formed to' cor-
Empedrada de cuatra vents" strctpt a suspension bridge across the avy >
at an rni ,
Sun amo de acusta casa 0.1" racisco. it .wi span ,the ,en,
Us' .a..ode-comp iment. .. ,tra, o th6 harbour .
If`',ot,,ing is given, the last ini" TE head feattleat presenf"ahta toa be per-
'N o u s l o m o d e c o m p l i mn e n t ." r t b e n h i d t e eie, c o... ...


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