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St. Augustine examiner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048642/00006
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu
Place of Publication: St. Augustine St. John's County Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1868
Frequency: weekly
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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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Full Text


NO. 37.

-=, )4 ..

*- llth November 1867"/.}
.OHNC. BUFFI. OTON Administrafror
of the Goods and chattels, Credits
and Effects of Samuel Buffington late of
St.4John's County deceased having filed
in my office a written suggestion of the
insolvency of said estate which is indebted
to an amount greater than the value
It is ordered tlnat notice .le pttblished
in (ihe "St..AugL-->Il ; Exa i tne a news-
p'l:c; r p ublIshed hind ini,..- Cit ,-tf 'S t. A tgs-
tin '-, and by writtLI n,)tice -s'ed at. tile
Co('1t lHouse do-,r in. said ,oiiin-v, lor a'
p)r1 o nS having- c; ...s ;ig'i'in, s:1id E.3tate,
to ;iplpear and r-ie tiesanme \with the .Judge
of Probate of St. J,,. s Count.y. on, o 1
^W "p "^'su: :' ^.y ^" ".
hundred and sxye-'intiniae n
lie niannef~presu-rli? d by L%.v
Civen under nmy Hand ind Official Sel
the eleventh day of November A. D.
eighteen hundred and sixty-seven.
Judge of Probate Court.
St. John's County, Florida.
November, 16, 1867.-6m.

'. W A T 0 H-M`A K E R
Oceavi Street, Jaeksonw ille,
Would respectfully announce tothe
citizens of Florida, that owing to- the
failure ofthe..crops and the consequent.
tightness of the money market, I con-
sider it my duty as a merchant and citi-
zen to.reduce the price of merchandize 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,
Silver and Ebony, Pen Holders, Fine
I. X. L. Pocket and table Cutlery; Lu
bin's Perfumery, Pomades. Habi Oils.,
Sozodont, Fnancy Boxes, scissors, Pencils,
Pocket Books, Crochet Needles," Tatting
shuttles, sewing machines, sharp's
Gold Eyed Needles-3 Papers tor 25 Cents.
accordians, Banjos, Violins, and Violin
Bows, Guitar Strings, Pistols, Cartridges,
and a large assortment of Notions too nu,
merous to mention,
I haIve also reduced the price of re-
pairing Watches as follows:--Cleaning
ffoni '$2,60to $2,00; mainsprings from
$2,50 to 2,00; common Hands from 50
cts. to 25 cts.; and all other repairiug in
same proportion. + All ,Watch repairs
warranted one year.,. Call and get my
prices before going elsewhere.
Remember the place in
[Formerly C. D. Oak's old .Stand.~]
Jun 8t J87-1acksonville,, Fla.
Jun 8h 167-l

Advertisements will be inserted on the
following terms:
Two dollars per square of twelve ,lines:
':-nd under, for the first-insertion, and one
,,dollar for each subsequent insertion.
Estate and legal notices to be charged
sthe same as transient advertisements, ex-
cept notice of dismission 4s Administra-
or, for which the charge will be twenty
Obituary notices and tributes of respect
charged as advertisements.
A liberal discount made on yearly ad-
vertisements. All yearly advertisements
must be -paid quarterly in jtdvance.

, : ----,------"
SY virtue of the Power in me vested'
I)y la i haive levied upon and' shallA
t.1' for sadl. ;. iuhlic Auction iA t'ro10 4
1B.) jite 8tale (_.ou1t Htouse in tite' City ,ol'
1 Iu Yustie. 1S 1. J ,,i,, s C county S tate of
ida on. .... va-y tue Ist day of' ,Pune
gi Hp uinLd'j,:+a'i.g,.,., tle' iandineterx'.,5C
i i|ch the e.-'ate icajamiw Chairehhad.
Oaa v!iay iiave in or to one hundrelyand
'''*.^ (Qy-five (11j)act-es of Land, weing
'Pidivided interest in a trace 0otive-
j- drd k5o0) -acres formerly owny by
jjftpbert AnVh'eu and commonly Illed
' I .d bage Swamp at the Head of lWrth
River in this County, or so much thereof
;as wil 1 pay the Taxes for year 1867, and
Sexicenses thereon, unless the same is paid
he're the day of sale. ?,
A. D. ROGERO, ; i
Shferiff and Ex-o0icio,
Tax Assessor and' Collector,;
S St. John's County.
St. Augustine Feb. 15, 1867-3m

Tax C011ector's Sale.
B Y virtue of the power in me vested by
law I have levied upon and shall offer
i;Psale at Public Auction in front of the
oState Court,'House in the City of St. Au-
gtistine, St. John's County State of
Florida, on Monday the 8th day oft June
1868, that certain lot or parcel of ground
in the City St. Augustine, St. John's
-ounty, State of Florida and returned by
Mrs. Irwin Drysdale, to wit: Lot)
Bounded, N. by lot owned by Sike Sandes,
E. by Geoirge Street, S. by lot formerly
of the heirs of Mrs. Justo Lopez and W.
by Mari*Sanchez Creek or so much there-
of as will pay the State and County Taxes
due thereon for the year 18k7, unless the
Taxes and expenses thereon are paid be-
fore the day of sale.
Sheriff and Ex-Offecio,
..... .. .... Ta Assessor and Collecter,
..... ." "St John's County.
'St, Augustine, December 7. 1867.--6m.
BY virtue of the Power in me vested
!)by law I have levied upon and shall
otter for sale at Public Auction in front
of thle State Court House, in the City of
St. Augu'stine, St. john's County,, State
of -Florida;, On Monday the 7th day of
September 1868, between the usual hours
of sale, all the undivided interest of
608, 3-!00 six hundred and eight 3-100
{iL cres, which Joseph D Weed, or Charles
W. Rantool had or may have in the Pelli,

,cer tract of land known and described. on
the maps of the United States Surveys as#
;.section 39, Township 10, Range 30, S, &
E. and confirmed by the United States to
the Heirs of Francis Pellicer the elder,
4or so much thereof as will pay the State
and County Taxes for year 1867, and ex-
it-penses thereon unless the same is paid
"r +.W.re the day of sale.
,, ,,'i-,,/ A.D. ROGERO,
"." '.' *hriff and Ex-officio,
.:JB ag or and Collector,'
A:J v. L ". John's County.
."-. : n b. y 5n 1868-6m
4[ '" "S *'.

Will. leave. Charleston, every Tuesday
evening at 9 o'clock and Savannah every
Wednesday at 3 p. m., for Fernandina,
Jacksonv.ille, Picolata, Palatka and all
landings on tle St. John's River.
will leave Palatka every Friday iamorning
at 7 oAlock, Picolata at IT- o'clock,
Jacksonville Saturday morning at 3
o'clock. Fernandina. same day.
Sept. 28, 1867.

November 16, 1867.



St. Augustine, St. John9s Co.,
",i .Fla,.)
M ^ BY


-One copy, one year, $2.00
.........-...,...- six months, 1.50
three months, 1.00
gijiyNo subscription taken for less than
'three months.
All subscriptions must be paid in ad-
,vance. :

BY virtue of the Power in -me vested
J by law I have levied upon and shall
o'Wer for sale at Public Auction in front of
the State Court House in the City of St.
&ugustine, St. John's County, State of
Florida, on Monday the 7th dzy of Sep-
tember 1868, between the usual hours of
sale, all that undivided moiety or half in-
terest which the Bank of the State *of
Georgia had or may have in that certain
tract of land in what is known as thi
twelve mile Swamp in this Countq, con-
rtaining tbr-ae .thousand,. five hundred
acres k3,P0(f,) more or less, said tract or
land being bounded on one side by land
belonging to D. L. Clinch, on the South
by 'Public Road and on the other sides by
lands, owners unknown, being the tract
formly belonging to G. I. F. Clarke of St.
Augustine, Deceased, and purchased from
him by one Renei Burnett, said moiety or
half having been deeded to the said Bank
of the State of Georgia, by *John T.
Myick -United States Marshal, under
date of 7th July 1867, or so much thereof
as will pay the Taxes for year 1867, and
expenses thereon, unless the same is paid
before the day of sale.,
Sheriff and Ex-officio,
Tax Assessor and Collector,:
S... St. John's County.
.St. Augustine Feb. 15, 1868-611


send (free of charge) to all who de-
sire it., the prescription with the direc-
tions for ma-king and using the simple
remedy by wh]!'he was cured of a lung
affection and 8A dread disease Consump-
tion. His only object is to benefit the
afflicted and he hopes every sufferer will ,
try tllis prescriptipn, as it will cost them.
Nothing, and may,,,prove a blessing .
P lease address. .. : -
?' Nq W-($ .s with second ti.eet' ..
:V-lliamsburgh: New yir k
May 11, 1867--v. y .
"* ***o*

Errors of Youth.
Gentleman who suffered for years
from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decaw and all the effects. of ,youthful in-
discretion, will, for the sake of suffering ,
humanity, send free to arU who need it,
the recipe and directions for making the
simple remedy by" which lie was cured.
suffered wishing to proft by thfe adver-
tiser's experience, tan do so b address-
ing, in perfect confidence, .
42 Cedar Sd-eet; 'New, 1o -
May 11, 1867.-Jy.-

$500 .R!E W.ARD
OR information that will conrict any'"
person ,that has Stolen Orange Trees,
from my Lands called thtJ-!urtes Grant, : .:
oJT six milD 4Cree;.. '^
.. ... ,.* ,- :.-`
....,. .I H., COXETTER. -
Piarua-ry.^^/A: '.' '* l

J'9,0,00,.eel of planed, .ngued and' '
groo-ve~d Lumber loaqg ^coaling"
6 Deatherb9ards,:.wWdowa cih, .lned v
failingsgs all lentffis an&m w~i -th^.hi gles, ,
Arfsem-ni'g~^ inehaile~gfedow '
,gl's, sodapotash,'bheg, rakes,- potatoes
1dboks.*mops~tnd mop hiandles. soap. <-
For sale very low by '
M ,`. W.-VAN JESS. ..
1 St,,AugitS.s-Nov. 23, ]?867,'. e t" ,^/

""HE above MAShise havin& been thor- ""' <'-,,
oughly 1renovated throughout, is now
open for the reception of Guests. The,
,Prol)rietors will spare no pains to make
it l)leas-ait for inv~alidsas well as others. "
The House lMs a Southern exposure and
dou.,le piazzas running its whole length. '
'Ther is good hunting and fishifig in the
immediate vicinity..
Horses tIor riding and boats for sailing @a
can be liad at. a'ny time. ._
S J. H. R'EMER & CO., &
: : Iroprietors.

November 1, 1867.

xkeal Estate Auction,
eer and Broker.
pay particular attention to
And will buy and sell REAL ESTATE
when required to do so; and will attend-to
sales in any part of St, John's County,
1M. R. ANDREU. -
St. Augustine, Fla.,

A t'August 24,1867.

A J. PIPT/. ,
June 29, 1867.

SAl JSl, W
SAVANNAH, GA., March 19, 1868.--
THE above" HOTEL, of modern con-
struction, with all the convenience
of the best Northern HBotels, has recently
changed hands, and is now conducted by
Of the PLANTERS' HOTEL, Augusta
NATIONAL HOTEL, Atlanta, and- NIC-
ERSON HOUSE. Columbia, S. C.
The furniture throughout is of the
--most elegant. description, the rooms
scrupulously clean and well ventilated,
and the attendance 'is equalled by none
in` the South..
Travelers stopping at the above Hotel
will find tke comforts and conyeniences
of their own homes.
The, etor pledges himself that
every ^|H|^ afforded either by"North
ern or n markets, will be con-
stantly if(I to ihis table.
Alta r q,,, ,-4-t..


June 8,1867.

Attorney and Counsellor at.
*L;'' Iaw,,

i *':
'ALL persons who have demands on
the estate of William Norton, and
all creditors, legatees and distributes are
hereby notified that unless their claims
or demands shall be presented to the ad-
!ministrator or representative of said es-
tate within two years from date of this
notice, they will be barred by the plea d'
ing of this notice.
Administrator &c,
March 7 ,1868.-8w.

'St. George Street.-
At t7, eore lately occupied by
Mess.e* B AVO &DUNHAM.
St. August~iue, July 13,1867t.

O LD Hyson, Black Tea, also Break-
fast.jea at 75c. Rio and Java, cof-
fee. ch jp .e.
..,- B..E. CARR.
,' Maa ,, 1868. ,
4 .,AI ,

.- iB,

ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. JOH1W 'S`0O., FL4., SATrI URDAY, APRIL i8th, 1868. ,

No tice
T O '

JUST received from New York per
Schooner W..H, Kingburg, ."
11 &IEo LARG ES .- 'AND..-F`.tN T
Coassting of: .
Butter. LAr '. F.(rk, Corn,
Fi'. Ha"', "S .acon', J-bmey,. Motases, Syrup,
,.And in fact" everything usually found in-a
first class Stor '
We IoulV0 all.-especial attention to our
large StoclH^ .. --..
CrackAi :" Cakes, "
Gnd .. Pre se f+x "

Fanulie,nd ,thert wishing" Gr deries'.-,
wilf. (rd well'to call bnnsobefore -purclvts-
ing ,W ere. as'ivwe:nt&d.to-dispoge of
.our Gofods, at. a small advance 'ot New
,, GO. S. G REENO g CO,'
"January .11th. 1868, + '...

". :* s.. ^ ^ /.*-" :' '. .

T"HE U idws' ed, t7 l~ul.fort 4he
liberal pat'onageekt~inid(d to him,
,voUld respectfully inforn',the public that,
-oek.,of -GROCERj ,, 0'sgw -
'p. adil fresh and t ,.t qntlffy2-.
Wl'ich will be sold at. ?. ,,' .
L 0 1_E,.T C"A S.! PRICES.:..
among which will'"P 1ound, ,(1
Propk, Bacon, ,Lard, Butter, .. '
Ili fe,, .SSag L, r,. Coffee. Sa t, .,I -

C ig0ars, Branidy
Whiskey, '. WiIeI3,
Ale. and Fo r er.
And a full assoriinH-nt of all kinds of
'' Call and examine for yourself,
1nd you will find the best selected Stock'
of Groceries in the city, ;
St Augustine. January 4, 1868.

GEO. vs. .. Attachment,
GE.oP. T. AJ SO, j
"'HE defendentand all others interested
are hereby notified of the commenee-
ment of this suit, returnable to a Justice
Court to be held at+ the residence of D.
H. -Cambell, Distritoi'4Robllstown, County
of St. John's, Atatbolorida. Theuusual
place of hohdli iJuyt-4? Court of said Dis-.
trict, on iatt e* f TuI i
next, A. D. 18P to a'* 'ar and plead
to th e s a m e ." -f .
Given undeY my hand and Seal- this
24th (lay of Otober A. D.',1867.
Jut -ioe of the Peace. "
November 2.1867.

1IX months.ft lthlidate, or. as' soon'
after the- pik iltation of. six months
from this date,.is the, .Judge of Probate
of the County (f iVKinain will entertain.
my applicatin wJ^ letters dismissory
frofn the admh.rqsttion of the estate of
William Nortbiaate of said Cotty," Ad-,-.
ceased, I will a4ply-l$.t said letters dis-"
missory as adminis bhfor of said estate.
*..' [ ;A^ministratot,&c.
March 7, 1868:-6i.

The New hd Elegant
(!APT. ?.:[I,:E I~i-NA. .
-Y-T -AYJN'G b.vit-,!t ;' i -. tt4 for
t.;tI r .!;,' ;Dqm AVA ..t "to
r \T A 4,tz i ^r-s p. \ ac
c ,iul ..... alions, ;',,Tfllave ,.
,,.va,,n:ilh eve,'r'. \ '. rE D Y .at b ,.. L .,
I'or .j ru n s', ic-y'".',-j[);i r te re ri.. nad ina,
-L-K.i Sot l f.s v ct.,lt,.a ;n,.^ .u,,,a, and
All LaiA i Ig.- on ,.,,^.t, ji,' Riv,,y,, nd
\v i a 3i;ikt ciu jqne i~'i 'V ty'it li-A e

t TT'le 1 '.iiaia ev iy F'iday morn-
ing, at 7 ^ *^
\\ill\ lve PIC:l. every Friday Morn-
"Vill lea\,v i."I ...I., C'i-le, eve y Saturday
nmurnii; g" i
V/ill leave Fert,.Inliia tile6 same day. ,
^-"Thirofgi t' ,et s c n be lhad to and
frLoa New Yor'..
: ,ii ENTS.
TEASD* '-tL7IA, nIL Palika.
F. DI;B]E', ,jJ.,'E7oiivie.
D. J. TV-L F rnandina"
CL\<;.ii(.)N .UNNEN(, AC, Saviannah.
D,-cember 21. 1867. .

The Ancient City Res-"
THE Subscriber has opened this,
"Retreat" in order that invalids ani,
oth'r who may sojourn here, this
winter may be able to procure good
liquors of various kinds. He intends
to have constantly on hand a supply'
'of ,he`6ery'best
Attachecko the Retreat will be a
.free Re6adin'g Room.
Every Saturday Night. Oysters
another Refreshinents will be pre-
paired. .

R. Davies.

Architect & Builder.

In Lime, Cement,
Hair. Plaster, White and
Yellow Pine Lumber, Sash, Doors
Shingles and Blinds,

The highest cash price paid for Hides,
Skins, Wax and Tallow.,
November16, 1867. .

Por ^" e
E Lot in Brunswick Ga., near the
B. R. Depot; also several Lots at.
Indian River Fla. For particulars apply to
Nov. 23, 1867.
EAF Lard in-Kegs,-Herring, Cod-
fish, Cheese, crackers,: Asst.
March 28, 1868.

, : .--S ......... ... .. A G T N .F.L.O...




JaMES We HALL, Esq ,
.1- 01 uo -
,, ,. ^OF NASSAU.., .

Quincy Conservative Con-
vention, '
In accordance with informal
call by circular from "a;Meeti- le
Conservative Gentleen., ,at Jackson-
ville, a Conference of Conservatives
was held at Qumncy on the 31st of.
March, in which the following Coun-
ties were represented ^Aeon, .Puval,
Jefferson,. Gadsden, Sry..o1 n ,6Put-
nam, Madison, Coll | $]^son,
Alachbua, Sumter, NIu e, can h-ing-,
ton, 1toli. es, Walton and' .oru.
Our flow-citizen Major W. W.
VANNESS acted as esrdent of the
,Convention. A Conmittee of one
fromn each County reported the fol-
lowing recommendations-
1. We recommend: decided op-'
position to the adoption or ratifica-
tion of the Constituticn, by voting
against the same.
2. We recommend the immediate
n 0mjla z-jn cqm nt of
Governor ard -mlemt bf Congress.
3. We recommend that the views-
adopted by the' meeting be embodied
in and addresse d to the citizens of
Flori -o be. prepared and put forth-
by committee to be appointed for
the/purpose, and that sich committee
be constituted an.exective, commit-
After full and mature deliberation,
the report was unanimously adopted
and the committee disharfged".
The Committ.e selected under the
3id resolution' .,were- authorized to
promulgate' the* adfdre. and the nom-
inations made by the Convention.
:: Nominations for.-he several offices
berne declared in order, the. name oo
Coloq'el G eorgo:.1 NScot'^was au-
nodtnced fbr. iToVrxor, and counr U-
ed by acclamation. ,L
Thon-as M .Whb,-of"I1j lori-
d f a f : .r. : "i e u -^f ^ r ^ ^" l j ."
Wv. W\. Va-nNel^st -Fiorida, aly
metuber of 'ougr!t wer Ilso ,,no i-
nated, .u'd' tlheir ."' timnsaiion *i p ar-
_"-fj 'r ,i4 '"ji}if )~, ( \ T lel
Major Vne inimedi;-ti!.de
lining thae notminations; the ,ri!in ot
Honorhble John ..,ud, i': Feru'n.-
dina, was .put1 in nifllrination, and his
nomination ratified uuanj:aljly.
The following" d]elegafio the

National Democratic Cdlveutiou. to
be held in New Yqk were separate-
ly nominated an;l rA,' by the
meeting viz : .
F. Cotten, Leon; Wilkinson
Call, Leoil; J. P. Sanderscua, DuNal,
C. E. Dyke, Leon; N.'' D. Barnes,,
Jackson; C. H. Smith, Madison; T.
Raudall, Leon; S. Fairbanks, Duval;
Charles Davis, JacksowS H., Ow-
ens;" Marion; A.L. Smith, Gadsden;
A. Hewling, Duval; J. B. Brown,
Munroe; J. C. McLean, Walton; E
C. Love, Gadsden; IT. Wright, Es-
cambia; R. L. Campbell; Escambia;
Jam cKay, Tampa; %Maj,,. W.
Van]- St. John's; W. H. Robin-
son, St. John's; J. J.Williams, Leon;
E. M. L Engle, Duval,
On motion, the Executive commit-
tee ,re authorized to lovide for ap-
poi '^gi^P al eleet're if
deemed proper, and aIll their discre-
tion to, call a Convention of the State.
POSTPONED.--The following order
was issued in the United States Dis-
trict Court, Richmond Va.,
64The United :States vs. Jefferson
Counsel having been heard in this
cause foxr the United States and for
the defendant, it is -fow ordered thlat
the defendant'have leave to depart
hence until Saturday, the 2d of May
next,' at 10 o'clock in th, forenoon
of that day, at which Aie d hour
he is required to be aad\ r per-
sonally before this couri'cording,
to the condition of his, re(nizance.
District Judge.
April 2nd, 1868
European physicians have &cdded that,
in many cases, consumption is 0gious.

with integrity, uprightness and decision.
He has often represented Jackson county,
where he resides, in the State Legislature`:.
when he proved himself a wise, conser-
vative legislator, winning the esteem of
his co-members and securing the 'appro-
bation of his constituents. In old party

times, Mr. WHITe was known as a HENRY
CLAY WHIG, and we have never heard it
charged against him that he ever swerved
from his political convictions He op-
posed secession, and during the war that
followed, if h'e took any part at allr, it was
not in favor of the rebellion, so-called.-
He is, a swe are -reliably informed, a
registered voter, as is also otr candidate
for Governor, and this fact hobws that,
notwithstanding lie had held office before
war, his record issuch as to except him
from the operation ,of the proposed How-
ard amendment to the Constitution of the
united States. In'all the West, we know
of np, more acceptable gentleman for Lieu-
tenant Governor, An experienced legis-
lator-r-,a devoted citizen, identified wifli
the welfare of the State -held in high re-
gard by the people 61 all 'classes for his
virtuie---who could desire more ? The
nomination of such a man is a tribu te
paid to worth, showing, besides, that
even "rebels," malignant as they are
represented to be, are ready to take
Southern Union men by thk hand and be-
stow upon them position and power
Of Hon. JOHN FRIEND..of Nassau, can-
didate for Congress, we knoy. but little,
but that little is faveof^T"^,. He is a
Northern man, comnikM". g-us since
the wq, and a practisuv-%avc r imn the
-Courtso6f our State, enjoyiyg at the bar a
high reputation for {.ity and skilI in his
profession. We hoye heard'tlimdenounc-
ed ip a "copperhead! Democrat," but the
denunciation comes- form lips of malig-
pants Who would deny the Creator of the
Universe if they did not think he was a
Radical. Mr. FRIEN'D was, we think, at
one time and for a brief period a member
of the Board of Direct TaxCommissioners
for Florida, succeeding the violent and
notorious DANIEL '" ARDS, in which
position he sought to redress the many
-wrongs which that Board had previously
6pemitteq to-e 4 parpeated upon
,.Ipistine in tterale of their property ^r:
:,axes. After the dissolution,,of th~e Board,
bein-g familiar with the ready cuses of'
wro~g brought before t, he Was retained
SSa. e.l B1;^es c da iajgv-
'-m Thir^^ ^f[n des pose|"K
oa~jse with earnsna On one occasion,
in endeavoring to exclude a mob incited
by Radicals of the BILLINGS and RICHn-
ARDS' stripe from the ^posses.sron ^ a
blouse belongifig to a" client, h~i,~jt
throw n int p ion throuogh the fi ^ 1

ness of a military officer, where he re.
mained until released by a higher au-
thority through the interference of Gov-
ernor WALKER. S h was the estima-
tion in.which "he was held 1y,' our.present
Executive that he redomnmended him to
General PoPE as the sucoessorf the late
lamented Judge J. WAYLEs BAKER for
the bench of the Middle Circuit. It is
evident, from these brief allusions to his
past, since his Desidence in Florida, that
Mr. FIRIEND will do. Let us give him
our hearty support.
The ticket thus presented by the con-
servatives :is, in brief, sq. as to call for
the mog,wt strenous efrtlb secure its
success. No objectionl, M', made to
it. It is not obnoxious to -:.l.'.'Howard
Amendment," Ot" to any proV4.m6n of the
Constitution submitted for ratification.
Each candidate is a registered voter, and
in so far as that goes, they one rand all
answer the requirements, not -only of the
reconstruction acts but of all that is pr-o-
posed to be incorporated into the fund_
mental law of [he State. ,:
We hav* had the pleasure
of meeting during the week.J, E.
HAYES Esq, Ed.tor of the' Savan-
nah -ke)Wblcan, who has been
spending some days in our "Ancieut
City" It always affords us gratifica-
tion to meet, and extend to our breath,
eren of the Press, the couretsies of
life and especially so to such an affa-
ble and courteous gentleman as we
have found Mr. HAYSs. We hope
the invigorating effect of ,his tour in
bOUPState may enable him on his re-
turnf- 4the Editorial tripod, to fight
the battle of freedom from Radical
rule in Georgia, with all his accus-
tomed energy.
The President of the "loyal" league at
Leesburg, is in jail for horse-stealing.

The Lecture on Mexico,
The Lecture on Mexico, deliver-
ed by Gen. WADDY THOMPSON on
Wednesday evening, was not largely
attended, probably owing to the
threatening aspect of the early even-
ing. We had the pleasure however,
with a moderate, but highly intelli-
gent and appreciative audience,, of
listening to the speaker's description
of Mexican manners, customs. anti.
quities, topography etc.
The General, who resided iia the,
country some time as our minister
Plenipotentiary, enjoyed every facili-
ty for acquainting himself wit-h what
was worthy of notice, and has-a hap-
py faculty of description, with- a
fund of incidents, anecdotes, and il-
lustrations, which cannot fail to
please and interest an intelligent
listener. Those present listened with
wrapt attention for an hour or more.
We know. nothing. could. give
greater pleasure to our citizens than
a repetition of the Lecture, and we
h'ope'the Gen']. may' be induced at a'n'
3ar.ly day to favour his fellow citi-
zens again in this way. ,

,: f [From the Washington Star.]
It would seem that the dissensions
in the Protestant Episcopal Church,
must speedily terminate in a schism
if thesame acrimonious and intoler-
ant spirit continues to prevail inlthe
contest. The establishment of the
American Church Union -on the one
side controlled by such men-as:Drs.
Mcrgan and Dix, and on the other,
the declaration of the Evangelical
party, signed by such men as Dr.
Newton and ''Tyngc, brought the
[igo-h and the. Low Church parties
io direct antagonism, and- later
events hIIVG alea.ied intensity to the\
futliL,,s and dLeaI'.mii6tioi1s on either
*s id e ... .. .., ". *
t.'.li'-i'a i ,n.n: Jhcse m'vents is the
judicial ceiL-t'-LUc publicly passed odft
Kcv. S. 11. l'yngr. Jr., fori having
p:reao:hed aid oifi-ated in a +'Metho-
,ai; 31cL-tii^ -ILIH,,"e in disregards of
I)/ lJt.a^s. at licid beeu thougty
s.le, tiiit iBi.sli,.p i utter would ad-.
ni minister uily a general reprimand,
in whicli easei tli~e l~uw Church party

might have "accepted the situation,"
but the Bishop iii his zeal went so
Ear as to give Unptirdnable offence to
hie latter. In administering the re-
prnitud lie took occasion to praise
tlie iminparticIlity of the clerical. court;,
charged the respondentt's c se
with "leaving no form of appeal to
popular prejudice and passion un-
tried,, made a thrust at Mur. Tying's
father, by referring to erroneous.
,views and wrong impulses, which
have resulted in ,oart from education,,
and other partial influence ; by im-
plication charged Mr. -Tyng with
"the rashness so natural to youth and
a fiery temper, and narrow .,views of
Christian truth "; assured the re-
spondent that, if presbyters "cannot
keep far within the limits of law and
order," a thousand times better, turn
aside from the ministry of peace,
and spend our energies on the obscu-
rest and lowest mechanical art"; and
his superior threatened the prisoner
at bis ecclesiastical bar, that if the
offense was repeated, with. severerr
measures and more troublesome pro-
Th-eLow- Ch-archmen hold that
the attempt is now being made to
crush them and :accept the issue,
even should it lead to a disruption of
the Church. As one of their speak-
ers lately said, "Weslkyanismi was
driven off from the Church, and is
now stronger than its mother.' They
will wait toetry their strength in the
General Convention, next October,
and there, as one of their exponents
says, ,,if ritualismi must rule, they
will leave." MacauIllay, in hil say-
on the Popes, speaks of the wis-oli-
cyofthe Church at Roq;e; Aicll
find% roonA and scope, a mission and
a place for all the fiery, zealous, im-
pulsive spirits in its ranks, and never
drives away its Loyolas to found new
schisms. The Protestant Episcopal
Church of this country may profit
by Macaulay's illustration.
The production of coal in the United
States. is doubled every fo*? years.

We find this little gem of beauty quoted
by the London Spectator, from a little
book of Poems written for a Child, by'
Two Friends :
Spring is growing up,
Is not it a pit.' '
She was such a little thing,
And- so very pretty !
Summer is extremely grand,
We must pay her daty;
(But it is to little Spring
That she owes her beauty!)

All the buds are blownl, .
Trees are dark and shady-,
(It was Spring who dressed them though
Such a little lady !) ,
And the birds singloud and sweet
Their enchanting hist'ries;
(It was Spring who taught them, though,,
Such a singing mistress !)

From the glowing sky
Summer shines above us;
Spring was such a little dear,
But will suminer love us?
. She is very beautiful,
With her grown-up blisses, .
Summer we must bow before;
Spring we soaked with kisses t
Spring is growing up, "
Leaving us so lonely,
In the place of little Spring
.We have Summeronly !
Summer, with her lofty airs,
And her stately paces,
In the place of little Spring,
With her childish graces !



,Prophecy Fulfilled.*
I" the infe )Ial /anatws and
abolitionists ever get power .it their
hantis, they will override the' Consti-
tution, set the Supreme Court at de-
Yiance, change and make laws to suit
themselves, lay violent hands on those
"who differ w;th them i tlei opinions
or diaire question their hifallibiliy, and-
finally bankrpt the country, avd
deluge it, with blood. -"-DANIEL
WEBSTER', Ma1(trch 9, 1850.:

MJARRIED, in this City, April 16th
byev. JAMES CAPEN, Mr D. B.
GILLETT ,Jr.,. of Enfield, )Mass.,
to Miss ANNIE S. daughter of B. E0

S -inty ltatification ..M et"
'" ', '*" ,ing "
SDo not forget the, County ERatifi-'
," * nation Meeting to be held -on Satur-
day evening. Let every man in the
County *tio is opposite tq, Radical
rule make 4iP.'a p nt to be present on
the occasion. Select'your best men
for legisi re. and County' officers,
i' and" s WatririB ee 'that they ar
-'.^**- E LECTED. -* .
At the head of' our .paper will be
.:..i : foun' the ukmes of Jie Conservative
,^_I ''^ ^an ar b^areg- se Kt.-^-te
... ,Quincy Contentiou."Tried and trust
Men all, tey will reeive the Tull
support of all the Conservatives in
the State.' The Tallahassee F7loridian

Says a .
: No better-ticket could have been selec-.
ted. It combines every element desired.
SCOTT 9, a laborious, vigilant, self-sacrifi-
cino, officer in. the Confederate interest
during the war; WHITE, a Southern*
' Union man and FRIEND a Northerner
atsting his lot in Florida since the" war,
.-;,.. but generous in feeling and devoted to his
^"^ adopted State: is there not in these
names sufficient, to arouse enthusiasm and
call forth the united vote of all parties to
S.... secure their election ? -
'^ ;(;. .SSCOTT is by birth a Pennsylvanian,
blt tha44-esided in Elerida since 1850,
during which time he has been actively
engaged in mercantile pursuits and in
\ planting. No citizen among us stands
higher in popular estimation., He is in
his fortieth year.. _He is a son of the late
\ Hon. JOHN SCOTT,, of Huntingdon county.
Pennsylvania, a*Major'in the war of 1812,
and member of Congress, from that State,'.
during JACKSON'S administration. He
came to Quincy, Florida, as an Invalid Iin
1650, and in 1852, established the mer-
candle house of Gzo. W. SCOTT.& Co., in
Tallahassee, which he is still successfully,
conducting. Heis also a partner in the
well known cotton house of SlMALi-
WOOD, HODGKISS &OCo., of New York.
He resides on his plantation near Talla-
hassee, and has been for years an. officer
in the Presbytw{ian Church of t~his city.
odsand retiring, he is at the same
time decided in his convictions, and un-
,,flinching in maintaining them. He pos-
essess, in a rare degree, that excellent
l^rait called "common sense,' and will, .if
elected Governor, as we hope-and believe
Swill be the case, administer' the Govern-
ment with that sound judgment which has
always characterized his business trans-
actions with his fellow-citizens.
THOMAS M. WHITE.,. the candidate t'or

Lieuf. Governor, is one among the oldest
citizens of t.h State. Though no stranger
,, /^ ,to tt;e Middle and the East, he is bette
A, known ix West Florida tbaV perhaps -in
j-, 1ct1ion. In the,Yt, his nae'.
A w ,' !, rl landd has always been as~ociatix

SAgain we call the attention of the
Conservatives 6f St. John's County
to the fact that in pursuance .of Or-
ders from the'flead Quarters of Gen.
IEADE, registration will begin on
the, 20th inst., and continues five
day, .-
IF there are any Conservatives /i'll
this County entitled to register, who "
hAve not yet done so, we beg and ira-
plore then, by all they ahold sacred
D".-.tifr, St iet tIhe, o6 ,ortuniry I",
pa'Think not that oue vote makes
litt .,ffcrence. every vote is ;rpor-
tan nd one vote may decide Ji1e,

From Washhngton.
_The Impeachment fare still goe&
)n; thb prosecution has not developed
anything of any consequence. Thbe
weight of testimony' against" the
President would not be efficient to
convict-a negro of petty larceny,
Objection is made by Butler and his
colleagues, to the reception of almo; t
every item of testimony offered" by
the defence. In many instances his
objections are over-ruled: by the
Chief Justice, and in some by vote .
of the Senate.
The Impeachers find many obsta-
cles in their way. '
Grant lately sent to Congres# a dis-
patch from General Meade the Mili-
tary (Governor of Georgia. Alabama
and Florida, stating th-'t he cannotil
find persons* orf integrity and char-
acter to fill the necessary offices in
those States, unfegssL there is some.
modification of the injudicious, im-
practicable, iron-clad, oath, which
the Radical Congress has insisted on
What a commentary says a North -
ernjournal, is this on the wicked
and vicious sYstem which has' been
persistently insisted upon bv, Con-
gress. since the suppression of the 1
rebellion. What kind of a govern-
meat can a State have, whose men
of. integrity and character are all
disfranchised How safe is proper-
ty and life in a State where the igno-
rant and vicious are alone allowed to
-frame and execute the laws ? And
yet Gen. Meade says--and Granfc
sends the dispatch to'congress--that
that is the kind of Government which .
exists to-day ini Georgia, Alabama .
and Florida.^ And'this is what the -

Radicals call "reconstruction.' .
Memphis "swarms with vagrants. i


, m

HEALTH OF THE PoPE.-There Jams W" H OtEe $500
1is probably no European potentate -oF ESCA j Jro AUCTIO
',whose health is an object of such FOR LIEUTENAMIjG(ER- 1 ST.AOGUSTINEFLA. JP person, thathn,
'various and wide-spread interest as ILL th o a r n.9RTEDa in/.tUtensi]s' Sauce "'ILL ATTE]D) all business in his Yrom mY Lands ca
that of -the Pope, as there is none' _, 'JI*,j |^~ s, Ba lfttkes,, Bake Ovens, li ne entrusted ohscr. o i ieCek
whose death would giverise to great- The Conservative p f, Skillet, PlcO'Pans. Frying L ~~~, Tea kettles, t iney Kettles, Grid- -- eray2,
or or more sweeping changes in the State are requested by.e ;ros, = f ALL C S MENTS WILL *b,2 G _1
of irohb Gtriddles, hfeIosSovl
politico-religious world. His Holl- the Executive Committea,' id a rad Tongs, Stove e, Copperand Iron RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTIq PLANED
hess is well known to suffer from oc- the request' of our Conservative Wire, Lead, assor~tfB-.,ke, Tubs, Pails, 5 f of
IBomasional epileptic fits, a disease to Boo Ropesoedi Wmo
eaioni eiletic fis, dieas friends in a portion of'West FPlorida, %.are, Tw;n, Fi'F1l ],sa$es, Vhip e ..
Which he was subject in hh youth, me W eathersboards,o
"bUt which h. seemed to have thrwn to substitute the wnrme of James W. Las..es. W. B paiig all length
b iLhca- ee e o h v h o s rshes & e. W .r ~ a,* .iu l$ .'
off after the development of a vWri- Hall, Esq., of Pensacola, as the HorseTBushes&,'-T^ .AjB. ,O
cose ulcer in the leg. The fits have conservative candidate for Lieuten- April 18, 186t FAILIE~Sland HOUEKIEEPERS. ta ,a
now, hliwever, re-appeared; and ant Governor in place of Ilon. T.M. ARRT jS FRESH 5AMlY For sale vS
whether the exciting events of the"' .... A W. .
-last few months, or the unusual |r- SLO dl LOOP W A &4A ,
tion he hasjust put frorh in ing Just as we were going to Press, we r. c) 1 les
tin he -ajs put Augustine,0 Z
audiences and'in assisting at ceremo- received the Tallahassee Floridia.n. 0 16 Bbt5fr. ta2,.Lin -rST received from New York per LOKII
nies, be the cause, he had a violent of the 14th inst., with the above CA Sa &.CAB.. | Schooner W. H. Kingburg, ST. AUG]
;a tack of his old malady on Friday, notice. April 4, 1868. T*l1- THE LARGEST AND FINIST H a e
tne 6t~h ult. His physician, Dr. Yiale n i sv.AS TENOFG CK- ou reo
Prela,% was instantly in attendance at ?rdian War in F.orida. ON CONSL ** .ASSORTMN' ROUGHT o oughe reo
.: ~~IES &c., EVE' RUH
the Vatican and His Holiness re-. KY WEST, April 13.-It is re- OORN A" INTO THIS MARKET, Proprietors will
covered. Complete abstinence fro ported.that the Indians in Florida 1 'c Consisting of" p for ie^
. administration of business and fro uter, Lard, whites, T Hous ha a
.. ... 2 n~~~~ave belared w ar against the whites, 5 Bales Hay,. =d :7 For m S oe ef
the more fatiguing occasions of re i u l 5rtrag Sack raltr*d."S76 riou, Hat&% m ialhad beet r5ere iazzas ru
licrious ceremonialhias been pere^ .^ n r reotd co 2; y(M^ Honvnq ei^rcui
Cash o4 delivery, by ]ao,nay olseSrp hr sgq u
torially enjoined on him by Dr. Vie ,"- e7.-1,-. -*^1-^ Ast class Store. u GOOD iINE Od v
, Prela as the indispens c |r ... ... .. We would Cal especial attention to our droi PI'01
. ..of his health.-the New York Evenng -'Post EXTRA FAMILT kfPPLIES i Sorse of, ridi
the following note of warning, ad- B9 Crackers, Cakes, .canbehad at an
THE HEBREWS AND GEN. GRANT. dressed to its Republican readers.- Trm@^ A Candies, Preservs,, J"
-The Israe.itie, publishes in Cincin- Th0inldn er oE IG PO Fal n others wishing G eries November 1,1
_n.ati, has a long article against the concede that the "scoru o tie -T-XTRA Mustard, .Y P .epper, will o well to call on us before purchas-
"-' nomination of Gen. Grant, mainly on Post is deserved, and tStotthe fate ot . Sweet Oil, Fine .Ta1 i-alt, Exta 'ing:aSewhere. aswe intend to disposeof O.W, h
the around of his order, prcm ulg'aced the Republican party will be as pre- Hams, Dried Beef, B !,Sa-usages, our Gbods, at a small advance on New General Newsp
the grund olhis orer, prni uiraceut that it may be Cramberries, Potatoes. FiB~, Hqrse- okCs.. ',
during the war, exiling all Jews Udicte. God grant York Cost.
found in the Department of the Ten- overthrown before the country has Radish, Pickles, Sardine lonely, Gn e. S. coBC
nessee-an order which it cannot been irretrievably ruined. Here is aisens, Citron, Currantr l, Farina, Jany .1869.. : T"eisator
ibrgive or forget. and which it calls what the Post says Corn Starch, Maccarouie~ldne Atil
un alhe s o former ties we should have ap- Green tCorn, Peas, T s, Jellies SPLENDI
t a t 1^ p ealed with confidence to the Senate. PreservA, &c. At. ,mA rf"1. Fs": o
Itasocll po heRdiIprs. UIT tI T-RA A"c ~ e ^
sos to discuss this subject, and "show representing the integrity ofthe Sen-.c
ha~eb~enfulmnate aganst he plitic, dangerous kind of legislation; ". [' Uad gethnflfoth :"xz."
Jews--or otherwise not to0 expect perhaps we may do -S9 still; an, I if so, ""AAVY ToUcondorenfctr 1' ibea .tngeeeni e oam ._...
",: that they will kiss the hand that we should beseech it, with all the J. Tobacco, Smokind. uun Pinos. would respec'fulyinfo the public that Adress
.8mote them. earnestness we can summon, to con- Leaf Tobacco. -r ". his stock of GEOCEBIE8 i now com.- 0.
mwim. sider well these schemes, confessedly .t'ARR I*L-all freshWd the best quality- BoX
THE Midshipman .of the Unit d needless, ad4 which are pushed March 28, 1868. -y^- 4 which will be sold at.. r '*. '
States Navy Acadeiny-who graduated through for party ends, and with a L A0 LOWEST Uc Pm.. ,ound I o ,o
: .... ....... he- re not e a~suSELECTED WINES &(I "USE, OF Among which wil)efud _: ..z,
in 1866, and who since that time party zeal. They are not, we arsure L Buthr w E v.EB
a e ben se vw u -' in the navy are it acce pta lble to the country; they-n : Ricffeeat,* :
LO st tire Re publicans HOICE Claret th Ale, .. rare t h r
]ad, p^rearat.,ry to their promo, their ascendency; and they will put t r, p,_Candy. e bwi
tiou to the raink of' Jh~ si ns. I he , G r n i ll po. t o t t which tots. W ines, Gin, I fe d^ .tfs ... _ - J; .._--"-TT ^ ^ -- affection and that
Stob'. nuniber (t' member, of thil \with .all his p,pularlity, his ,,)d choree"old Whiskeys, 'l i.L~akers, u^as.,v Wirne, tion. His only-<
.; ...."'? "!" .. .e,, he wil H, _it ha'd to extrie'te Ciar niel maS i :K ,s ira- 2,ne anti^ ^ ... o r hs pesri
,I-^ ^- -^ tnmaelt .w ith hbnor :g3 .0 po er hundr ea l B ^ FA M ILY., G R O CER IES. Pleam a ^ ess .
IBT. IS state 1 a's the re.-.uit: ul care Ba .. ^- ,a & La~ ^ .11 ;n^ ex migr yusself __ '-''i
ill expe,'iluent s for six yea t iU^ .k~~ ^ ^i.t& ^ ^. i gtg.in x M . .* 1.^ ^ '1 ^ l^ ^ 1 il t ^ --. .... --^
: n ore trtefpic:,, bctweoi noon a4,& G-eneral L.e was recently con' i.^A^ODi.lF|.n L jNl L '."" B. StA . Augstne Manar 1-,186
,jnidaing't, ti,,xi between nuidnight and fined to his ro,,n fir some dhys. but J' w; J. J-u.',2/~A j^,!r st W A ugsie ;aur' Er~
noon." The simallest rainfalls take" he is nw erfc ruling his uisu., duties. D E Ar EjKS N 1 Tl lietCtyR S AGErrorma

on that will convict any
as Stolen Orange Trees,
Wled the Hurtes Grant,

planed, tongued# and
ber, Flooring, coaling,
window casing, planed
island widths, shingles,
one lime, nails,. window
b, hoes, rake) 'potatoe
mop handles% :,oap.
ery low by
Nov. 23, .1867. i
ruse having -been thor-
rated throughout, is now
option of Guests. The
spare no, pains to make
valids, as well as others.
Southern exposure and
inning its whole length.
nting and fishing in the
ng and boats for sailing
ty time.
867. l
oaper Advertising a~d
cing Agent,
mville, Fla. .
ized Agent for the follow-
IAN." Jacksonville, Fla.
rallahassee, Fla.
EriDiAN," Tallahassee, Fla
|TH," Quincy, Fla.
St. Augustine, Fla.
r56, JacksonviUe, Fla.

)f charge) to all Ah^o de-
cription with the direc-.
and using the. simple
ht he was .cured of a lung
t dread diseazdC. onsumip-
objeci is toi benefit the
hopes every sufferer will
)tion, as it will cost them
may prove ,a blessing.

Villiamsburgh, New Ycrk. "
Sof Youth.
who suffered for years

lace in the morning, as tie smB us. I think there is a very perceptive D <- Y G O taurant- A from Nert
/ going up; the greatest in the after- change in him since he c-.me to Lex- tau Decay and all t
noon als the sun-is setting, inuton This life of Colfinenent diies P n oCHARLOTTE S
---- .. ... Cloth g P M Boots,G .s s
A brilliant and lovely ')young TO) THE TEuscieIesondthsherieand
married woman in New York. aged d e t tv not to him viicn an "Retreat" in order that invalids and to Iemedy t
twenty-five, now, sports through he fomade is fiery legins :t others who may sojourn here, this user's experien
huebdavrIng sourt roelie Chancellorsville, 'or even on that General l ~nTission winter Inav be able t' procure good ing, in perfect
pleae three ts sro c hn r mournful day when' he surrendered Mer hat liquors of various kinds. He intends
his war-worn but veterant soldiers of.on hnd a supply
firt arrag in180.the, lost cause Aug. 11. ly of the very best
...A French pb anniouncesa No a' WINES, BRANDIES ANDALES. SCREV
y A' Frn pysci anucela The British N'avy for 1866, ac- Attached to the Retreat will be af
.case in which a, man, bitten' on the cording to the estimates just laid ie- ee.
tongue by a viper, was cured in five fore Parliament, is to cost $56.000,- N oti fe Eead ay Re
dasb lgtre n acin, nEvery Saturda ihOstr AAN
:, days by figatur'es0and suction, and 00,. The navy consists of six hun- A LL persons who have demands on and other Refreshments will be pro-, tHE above l
counteracting the resulting torpidity r ad twenty-four ships, inelud- Jk. the Estate of James Hurlbertiate of paired. 'e .... i
the~~~~~I EsattruJme tion, lteo
of the nervous system by, means of ing ,thirty iron-clads and fifty-five St. John's County, deceased, and all t H. 1. SNOW. chof thenbst
stimulants and aromatics'; leeches thousand men are employed to man creditors, legates and distributes are
n ves being used to eXnEl these l Y with a this' hereby notified, that unless their claims < Pr orer T.S. J
ue s these vessels et, with all this demands shall be presented to the ad- November 16, 1867. Ofthe PLAN1
...... enormous force and great expense, ministratrix or representative of sail Es- .
- '" -l r th'e British Navy is unsatisfactory to tate within twoyears from date of this th plead- D EBO @"
A Miss Joy was present at party hat nation. The London papers notice, they will be barred by the plead- The furnitu
recently. and in the course of the th aiing of this notice. meg
sythe 'Admirality itself is compel- in_0ftinocejN:. Ea,..Ar-"id
,eveningsome one used the quota- JANE HUhitElT,
tion, A,, thing of beauty is ajoyfor- British Navy are every way inferior Aprilaee 1 1 OaIC thean
ever, when she exclaimed, [m ,pril 18, Navy- w are ever wa OFF April 18S -- in ave lers St
glad I'm not a beauty, for.I should to t of r a theU
~States. / T"'DE ERwilfnthc
: n0t like to bea Joy forever. I oftheirownh
i ~~~A Dangerous Count, er~fei FivQ Dollar ,.. ILieCmnt
l Phi)1i- is o s G Ants Hair, Plaster, White and The propr
S.... ..... wende- Phlp. is opposing Grants National Bank Bill i said to bein exten- L p Wh hlow Pine Lumber, Sash, Doors every delicacy
:, Presidential pretensious because he. circulation. Thesvills are wellexecu- Shingles and Blinds ern or Southe;
S* ,'parades his drunkenness in the streets ted-the "Landing of COLUMBUS," on the A the Estate of Nathan Roberts late ...... stantlysuppli<
of Washington;" and we find him opposed back, particularly. The prinial Doint of St. John's County deceased, 'and all
in another quarter on the ground that he of difference between the genuine and the creditors, legafees and distributees, are The highest ca.;
was once slhveholder, owning two ne- counterfeit. is this: In thecounterfeit the here notified, tht unless their, claims Skins, Wax and Io -
groes in Missouri, it is said at the opening T," in the sentence, "This note is sectir- or demands shall be presented to the Ad-' November16, 1867 JW
ofthe war. Rev. Mr. Fulton, of Boston, ed' ,,etc:, at the head of the bill covers the ministratrix, or Administrator or repre- -' l .. '
got a hard hit at him, without mentioning ni i t 'United States, while in the sontative of said estate, within two years
his naine, in a sermon he has just deliver- genuine itcomes Over the upper left cor- om date of this notice, they will be JT W THE ST]
ed on Impeachment. when he said that er. "By this difference the counterfeit barred by the pleading of this Notice.. CAPT.
"it was unsafe to touch any man'who had can be easily detected. i FRANCIS ROBERTS, /-NE Lot in Brunswick Ga., near the W
ever dealt in human flesh." A dministratrix, -J R. Depot; also several Lots at O t9<
1 r i THE Goverment, of Napoleon III. has W.' .RW ROBE RTS r Idian iverFla. Forparticularsa t Wednesday aR
The young lady who recently tried to THF Goemn of Nao Administrator. MR NRU akovle
: ge~a^ ^e~h~ aresolved t0 acceptt th e respcnsi~ility of ^ uutine,'April 11 S 18 ^ 3,S .ANBU
get board on the basis that her good looks 9tovdt 'cztie ep.s!iiyh; g. Augustie pi 1 88-8. Nov. 239 1867. ,'lnig nt
would be an equivalent for the same is still the two loans made to the unlucky Maxi-.- _
in search of a place. The landladies did'nt milian of Hapsburg by the French capi- W, HOWELL ROBINSON. T T D
appear to see it although no doubt some ialist, who relhcxpn the understood guar. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLoR ,AT LO U I S R NAN a eolk
ofth entlemen orders wouldhave, 0 1 1^ ^ A^ :^
ofth "enleenbordrswoldhaeant~y of their Empoeror. -An addition has "L A LW. ". D R U C ,o"Jcsnil
dns. been madQ to the Fench national dept for- TA GUTN ,FA S.GereSre. 'lc.Fr
.. .,, .rn'~ Office t Court House.. At the Store lately occupied byr Sept. 28, 1
CUTTING POTATO SETS.-Much discus- the payment of 3,000,000 of francs -an- M fy 4t18 16 7. At th S
sion has been grven the past few years nually, to secure the interest of thoseloans. May 18t 1m. Messrs. BRAVO & DUN`IAM. 'TE
as to whether whole potatoes are better C. [ LE I S St. Aupust.iue. July 13,1867. .
than'cut ones. Each side proves some The MexicansP.ess and judiciary have "ATTORNEY COuNsELLOK AT -] EAF Lard in Kegs, Herrig, Cod- 0 faster
advantages,but careful experiments showCONELRA AFar
discovered tkat the'aw against traitors, LAW. nfih, Cheese, crackers, Asst., fee'chocoiat
Ili each, not planted too close, i o the most under which Maximilian was tried and PALA TKA, FLA, r.E. CARR. "F
eah no plne .0 lo '', 'tems
% profitable plan. executed, is. "unconstitutional." August 24, 1867. March 28, 1868, March 28,

rous Debility, Premature
he effects of youthful in-
for the sake of suffering
free to all who need it,
directions for making the
by which he was cured.
g to profit by the adver-
oe, can do so by address-
'edar Street, New Tork
7.--ly." :

H, GA., March 19,1868.
HOTEL, of modern coii-
with all the conveniences ...' '
thenn Hotels, has recently
, and is now conducted by
rERS' HOTEL, Augusta .
OTEL, Atlanta, and NIC- ^
lE. Columbia, S.C.G
tre throughout is of the
description, the rooms
lean and well ventilated,
Lance is equalled by none
-opping at the above Hotel
,omforts and conveniences
etor pledges himself that*
afforded either by North-
rn markets, will be con-
ed to his table.
-4t. I .^ .

Charleston, every Tuesday
O'clock and Savannah every
t 3 p. m., for Fernandina,
Picolata, Paiatka and all
he St. John's River.
latka every Friday 'morning
:, Picolata at 11 o'clock,
Saturday morning at 38
andina same day.
3n, Black Tea, also Broek-
e at ;5e. Rio sad Java, cof-
e.\ ** 1 "0 .'
1tBE. CA] M,
1868. ;'

'. .,.*-^ *^'R .^Mt
W EGISTRATION. The ser vces of P6 m Sunday at A SORY 'K0 I RIS.-A Paris l iH T IIA Y naaw
,." ,f =---- : 'the Cathedral. were of a very inter- letter tell the".. inAtor dishes trlf
.... Under a late military order from testing characters "The Cerehmony Twelfth Night'fete~li that Cit ----" datfion
the Head Quar .A 'ten. Meade, began with the blessing of the Palms: wealthy family the aristo of Incendiary punish
th'e books of AL -o4 are to be after which Rev. Father DELAFOSSE boulevard 31alescrbes were amusing t( lieations-- warning toW
Xlenea fourteen "aygfore the elec- addraged to the Congregation a few themselves in seeking the King's ] t ors and PublicSpeak- danger<
lion annd kept opene'3fr five days. explanatory remarks 1st on the portion, 'orhe rin,1in the festival ers-- measures for the Pre- -
-As'his witl be the last chance for ,Blessed Palnts in themselves, 2nd on cake, whe ladf of t6e company Peace.
registration, we hope that every Con- thf procession held with them. tays to t. tev:. oall]_
servatiecitizen of St. John's Couity, 'On the first point, thi Rev. Fath- '" I wi rtion to be given to D' T en M T W, im
who !titled to register, and .has er showed by'leveral instances quot- the poorest, little toy jte can find in (Dep'tof"G order, c
not yet S particular, will avail himself of the s, the Brazen Serpelt, and .oth- this'freazing iht, and not far from No. 5Z. C
opportunity to place his name upon ers, that God having often '-Deeeu the heuse he tadnd a ragged urchin, I. The recent assassination, at Colum- nelrspa
the list, and thus enable himself to pleased to use inanimate and materials tremblingb r w4h col"wa anoe elunoger. He bus, Georgia, of the Hen. O.W. Ashburn,; parties
vote aWanst the acurst negro suf- things, towork wonders o td grace and Vhe iynf 4, was ordered into late a mems e adthe r ant stona Con- s.
frage, i itutnion which .the radi- mercy, in0behalf ofmen, the practice ght^^e ^n a housand ight- vention of said atecand oted acso
cals prcfo.e to thrust upon us, on the of receiving, and keeping blessed don* p sed him. He drewBYO
fIrst Monday, Tnedayand -Wednes- Palms' with the hope that God will his portion, %1ich the benevolent trier, o official
day of neXt month. be pleased to impart to us his favors lady. promised, and as luck would incendiary articles, and the receipt byi Ac
Conservatives of St. John's Countv, through their means, is in :no way ,qV. lie htltte fellow found the many person
.. ~~~~ ~ ~r n N. .. a". .'n s -hy us n Pa ris in- ' } A
the time of the election is'ra.idly ap- "whatever a childish or ridiculous u L 1Q, dicatinga concert of actin by r3olene ...
,,, 1 ..... steau). I course, ne was "K 01 : .a na_
jproaching-be not. deceived into a superstition. Th-e'Bf fced .... t beiri .tal security -do not under estimate On the 'Second point, the 'Pro- 'King.''lab choose a Queen. He ....
..... I I .... .. I 1 ':7' .. kn so*n effot the andlt ofoeniking r o
your enemy.; organize thoroughly in cessio, with blessed 1 h ,n w a by to (o OKln?'
every preeinet.;isee'that ever' Con- .. .... dth caanhcoete Oran
stances also quo e t ited fro Glm th "i e pptarently
eve~~pre~nct~seethatev.. st-e laso -noted -~o ...b^^ ^ ( ^ : apparent emanate from a secret organi
servative- is registered' leave no stone ..... .. _ev vm a r o4s~ oeo
ssuh a3 the procession held around .eri .or... ake. AHe was asked nation, for no ood purpose, whihseems
unturned, that mayhelp to reject; the Jericho, bythe children of Israel, in 4why he c.se her. He said: to bie rapidly spreading through these .
infamous thing, called a Constitution compliance with an order, and' ac- 4 I don't know she looks the most States, Gmake it warn for persons cnge
w which if ratified' will fasten upon cordinng to directions receivedifrom like moth?'" mandin Gr
,i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 k i" f:>i r / .i Votlhprwhp Y nhor acrainst theco isonfschatte nv
d you the incubus 0f negro suffra!_la, the mout of God himself, "aproces- hr hse mother a pony,
iC 1 o God bii C611u-Yvi"M^,othlir I never knew her, publication of such articles, the sending of hi m
which, like th' old aa of the moun- sion which'resulted in the. fall of the but wajstolen away from her, and such letters ofi connecting themselves
tains, in the'story of Smnbad.nce walls of the City, Father Delafosse here is"er trait with such e"" '
9 upon your shoulders, you .can'never .proved, that religious processions are With thise drew from out his sure all the good people of this District Wound
get rigtof. Y ; neither a Paij;stical In vention, nor ragged cgat a"ikeness, which proved that he will use allwthepowers he possess disable(
a *'** / ._ .. to b e that pf the very lady herself, to protect them in the peaceable enjoy- and ret
j~ia4& fiirxx a'uins~ica'ut and -Lrmt di,- t r'liiL i
.... tate Ticket. gfi nd u tful di- who, in Italy. had .her "child stolen ment of their homes and properly, and never<
A conference was'held at QuinCy play ; but theft thisinstititlon of the from eriatta now ^e turns u a9d
coi_.ece .ahl a ,r a noi ursu in-the'exercieo hi esnlrgt ert
'on the 31st ult., "by Conservative Catholic Church, is unquestionably poor little rgged Savoyard, drag- and political privileges, i
pgentlmen, representin fa ': a and most solidly grounded on Scrip- g1g along lserable existence in, n He therefore directs all military and fragm
ettare.... Parisw aiWh.l1 mother by an intui- civil officers in tlis District, to take the A"
parts of our State, at which a ticket t ox n Lion, perlth -Welt that in the air ost prompt measures to, rest andbring s erie
was nominated for the .offices of; e t v tear to wherik she was was one so to trial, all persons who may8 hereafter o mara
Governor; Lieutenant-.-oyernor and m rt b or in anymanner gcve cir- epoliceb
of the 'Palms, during which, aBpro- culation and publicity to such incendiary week
hl.ticket" 'we plhce, at iche head of 'our'P t afthm were Shao.te by ...^^^ 'e 1sa p:i .rTS or th 'eteuing letters, and further- perstste
,olmusto-ay, ^ ^oi. Te Pocesio the. lla -Ioco?'% hlu.-LU. "e h, ore, to arres,.t all persons who may be uuknov
.,ol -y th, e ,hoir. h 9 rossio the waiter n amnd i 0'tou d.in bi9.n
.... These geuntemeu noa acted are of eut. out of the Chh. Head of a "o;: e O^,T c known tohave participted in any such wish In
hgstn adluredeein/ U;ie-tce^rtie, T oen i *Ttoere a^ ^ r'at, qh.e o erd, ;Lcfs of violence as above referred to, re- was mp<

......our State,-.Mfuadoubted fidelity to its' the.Cross-bearer, with the two ace- iNew .o .utor,:~ afc which itur lto prsos orl proerj' o thl ec aum ee sc'
.... ... inter-epts, and of greazt ability, wilist lytes one on each side behind them was uuclersf| that Ben l:utler lltoesnorppri ,, [*
l~~ea~t~eaahi~y Wilt) cenone' tefolo ^wul b estc. Sm isoa HIi. The Coniman~ling General 'furtlt- endhis affe
, < ~using every means tO deilae^ b^., our came. fcewiepol mteflo-^ wi ,,co,..?lTe t'e:,reof(.!- er:,mroe torb'd1s ,he conductors of news- e~,n

m.chinations of' those Radicals, ,f;-h g..l wit "hi ane, thy berally, and piu M ]teu.p. to' a rniece e n.,:if lP-'^^gr t)^^^hin ffW' -^b^

s of the State; and he admon-,
iem that unless acts of intimi-
and violence are checked and
ed, bloody retaliation may be.
ed, the peace of society en-
ed or subverted, and much in- ..
blood'be shed. i
[.-The commanding officers
military posts in this District.
immediately on receipt of this
iause its contents to be 'gener-
Lde known, and'deliver copies
7to all civil officers, editors of ,
pers a d presses and other
to be specially affected there-
hin the limits' of their com-

rrder ofMa or-Gen. MEADE. 4
Eating Assistant Adjutant Gen., ,^
.--Father Turgis, the cele-*-
?haplain of the. 30th Louisi- '^
riment, die, ast week in New .
s. He was a good maD, and '
11 beloved by all, the members
4th and 30th regiments. Dur-
! war he no ver deseZtedl
, but, on foot or on his little-
was.with the brigade in all ,
larches and battles. In I he
I off Atlanta he received a
in thefiheard which for a time
d him, but he soon recovered,
urned to his post, which he, '
eft until the war ended,- where
ined to New Orleans with the"
tit of the 30th regiment.
*ctls of a hasty and' ill-advised
Ye were illustrated in the
courts of New Orleans last
A young girl some time, since,
fdt i: marrying a comparatively
rn vouth against her par-enty" .
id "entreaties But the- best.
de1 of' the matter, uLt il. iast. .:<,
,rhea another wife appears 0on ,.
ne, and claims a prior lien ,11 o^a
actions. How the matter wiill ^
,one knows, but from tlie V
respectability, will p~robubib~y..,.
ted up.- .... '

who would ive the State the boys, also with their banner., o ouo". "tY'"g iau jg| able ''torn- t'e>es or paers tendi.g to produce in-
negrorne,. it was thought prudent at the ladies and the gentlemen, a lery. After .. plates were timidltion, riot or bloodshed; and any a a
the sanetime to no miate na d elect '""- ootwo by two- The C 4 T 1,
osisting-- of Rey- A M. Delafosse,1u onddt
state ticl :et, of' gentle en of ab ility,' o A 'a' not .go -se r u n^ th at h is ord ers be -stop led, and its proprie0 3rs, editors S states
"~~n ;,o W L :., e n
y- .and Conservative Sentiment.' At a Rev. D. Marogna, Rev. 0. Tanqurey, ero not obeved.the contractor re- and other parties connected therewith on b .
future time we shall have something" and Revr. F. Carrard, followed, at, torted, "I told youi to go,. Tom..' If' being convicted before military commis-; andsaid
to say, of tlie policy which should be tended by a guard of 1oiur, which I want you, 'i ring." Still Tom sion wiltbe subjectto fine and imprison- On th
4, b l t hung, about the door and did not re- ment, or such otherpenalies as may-'b eeived
-pursued, by all those citizen of our numbered forty me te of the 7th U.i r At la iJ much worried afc deemed suitable to theoffence committed there w
b t a w h o w o uld .a.e...so .g. ea. a I n fa n t ry in fu ll u n form w ith sid e h is co n tu m a c ,uw Y o rk tu rn ed IV Al 1 p u blic w writers an d sp eak ers ar f s m
S tate, w h o w would avert s -o g r eat, aw Y r t u n d i A l p
*- calamity as would be the adoption arms, and each carr,ing a palm in upon Ethiopia and said sternly, at- enjoined to refrain from inflammatory apJ Wit tl
by a majority of the people,,, of tihs his right hand. Behind the Clergy tracing the whole company 'I've' peals to the passions and prejudices o^ cOntain
*',, L' J'mongrel instrument called a' Consti- came the' coloured people, in the you twine to l the the room, the people, and from publishing or saying hundred(
*" tutiQn, which was- manufactured at same order as the V 's. The Pro- andby G--o Ill be obeyed, Or put`. anything calculated to produce breaches itsmora
' .... ~~~~~~you out myself." Tom approached' of'tepae rt ntmdt n esn
S Ta~ahassee. a few week a.o, by that cession numbered nearly seven hun- the table humbly aadrcS ~i a fromthe acee of th olt* a Pii- T
assemblage of field hand negroes and dred persons,, and presented the subdued tone, but loud enough to Ieges t cents ,^
carpet-bag Yankees. politely styled, fiuest and most edifying display. The be.heard by all-presen.. "1f you .. MIN
"te ostttinlCovnto f teline of march was first round the please sit--with submissi 1-- can't V. iltr omaesofPst hueta
State of Florida." Plaza, 'then through Chiarlotte, Trea g" I oMie osa. h -lSerfso onis ~yr~n
OKIW ui j-iuiiud,. you are I What for.? "Well, sah, if other municipal officers, are hereby
"- -^ .. ...-' sur and St. George-streets, to the I must tell, I must., I axes Mass required to organize patrols and d Gene
:...:.. ... .. ..;Q Our: hotels aid boarding Plaza again, thence to the Cathedral. Butler Dardon, but I'm responsible ot, e o te d c o ington
.... -. houses have been filled during the During the Prqfssion, several for de spoons. Dems oons is silver" the Pre
past month, .with, visitorsto oUr Oity "P~s~ms'we" sjn, b:7the Reverendan'? was specilly sot to watch ' ..... suchpersons as avai themselves of aomest t
So isearco ealto s, Ce a g .h t6 Thsequelcau better' be imagined the secrecy of the night fr execu rested
some iq 'search `0f' health, others Clero', amongwie tlhe Psalm 68:' thndsrb-Y Ln hi rmna upss.il
avoiding the inclement, weather of ExurgatDens. Let. Godarise, and
~~~~~~~~tary Commadr f1islaere eor
northern cities., or to enjoy the lovely let his enemies be scattered; and let If you are weak you ought not tO u tostatde hs ordPosts d art re
climate ';of our Springl. It, is the them that hate eeiehim from before d for youe o6 sak e you aughtndotaiohqullydexocute by th e ivdl ix hei
frm seor trying yoouAto
universal opinion, of those who have' hisface andte tPalm 3-: Judica.o by inking\ t xutei y 'uridcin,
"travelled extensively, that no part of Domtne, ocentes me. Judge Thou, b astuInoc t and t hepr a urediitio n s had
,T, beom a stmln blc fo ths good to'Pr
t, -he world is blessed with a more 0 L, or'd ose that wrong esyogs s ont
equable temperature and balmv air, tlrow them tthatfight against ie. men do notned whisky. Tf th atoities, owile held ot saio e i
i -than Eastern Florida, and particu-" At the return of:the .Procession a that the do t ugh t otheenlties attached to d
larly the vicinity of our City; its hymn was chaunted, in front of the a s tand ve i of theor er t o man, wi
,. L~~~~lIur 1inwO h)iospital and have it 'ad- dience of tlipnrp' mn~o Pn a l
influence upon invalids is always Church the doors being shut, after iiWere 1 under a medical! preset iiaa Corn, One
,c. p ,r p tl istu ck to
bene.cial and strangers from more the singingof the "hymn, the doors tion at the hands of a nurse.--Be'ch, wanders are au e dircted for hs
northern latitudes are delighted with were opened, and the cle'gy entered er, we in te j the a ehi a
.. ... op n D. th greatre e
its mildness through the winter and i'nt0 the church, and proceeded to the may ben ecesr t oae sam o c
spring. The same praie may be Sanctuary escorted by' the Soldiers, A physician in Germanv announ- hab and l a i ci s "
-given to bur. summers which have whose perfect demeanor and noble ces a case where a child was born.
wihsallx 'the mother herself posseg to aid ntepeevto~ h
,3t the- oppressive heat of what are appearance had added so much to the- wguh r"-Poxn
oppessveno~t bein, affected at all. She bad law. an '. ...
termed temperate climates. The beauty of the~cereinony. Mass then lentaliy come nt col. uneca- ranodr the e espedthe .theirada
^rp~mn~rrvpl~in ph~r^ fl^ ^ \l ./ik T? ^ i dentally come iDto communica- Aricts; theexnssandgth el
.stream of travel still ebbsy, and flows, began, celebrated by Re'v. Father tioh with a severe case of small-pox appearai
on- p ay and mainten-nce of these posses ciau effort
on uninterruptedly. D helafosse, assisted in the sinainc, of about six weeks before the birth of t cr t t s i teyand
SThe R stv are to bt the Passiort by Rev. D. Marogna as the infant. ....
.. The Registry, lists are, to be or municipalities as the case may be: person
Dec n an Rev. prefer a sb- Te
re-opened fourteen days before th De ao n, and ev. F; tarrard as sub= Tel graphic communication can Vi. The Commanding General ing one 3
Deacon. now be had directl3awith Havana. calls on all .ood citizens toaidin the to
-el section. L et every w hite m an ,, see calls onred
'n .-e. ol The ,wires have been laid from the
Sth'at'hi"ntame i's rgtplered and be Under the bill now before Congress oast to the city of Havana, and car- preservation of the peace, and toias, of chid
Ar.1 d tnOivote on nepquest n olber and flour are taxed in large whole- J t e
o-Sale establishments-flour abouttwo centa red up to the palace-of the Captain sis in the arrest and punishment Of ee
.the adoption of' the. Constitution., i per barrel.,, General, <^ violators of (-his order and. the c rimi- machines

MPLE STORY.-A distresse l "l|
3d lady in this city offered t,()
r gold watec to a Unit e d
officer. This was her last
of obtaining money to buy
The officer took the watch
I that he would have it valued..
following day the lady re-.
in anonymous note, in which
as a word oYr two of respect-
pathy and warm good feeling.
his notewasa snmll package.
ing the gold watch and two
d dollars. And this tale has-
il -Charlestov ~cwVs. .
ULited States owe one 12 IF .
er every dollar of property-
by the whole people. It would
ke one eighth each man's !
[on to pay the public debt..
%ral 1Hancock, writes a Wash-
lady correspondent, was at
tsident's last levee, the hand-
man a woman's eyes have ever.
ipon in the military service.
itic party, for the most part of
ars, was fairly seated in power "
ation, during which the credit oft'
on was good at homIe and abroad.
o national debt to be recorded by *
its 'p.ro"m ise to6 lpay-a6doilar w '
one hundred cents; specific taxes 6 A
known. and its osis of opera- i
iancially, were the, precious me-,
dht years they have been unsated, .
t is the result ? Asks the laboring, J,
th a tax collector staring him in k
y corner, or a revenue stamp
everything he sees, receiving
ibor a piece of paper, on which
t, United States promises to pay
liar, but which is only worth 70
s.-N-,1 Y, Express.
rood people of Antwerp, in Bel-
ecently, became alarmedat the
id mysterious manner in which
;s were disappearing. These dis-
aces were so numerous that spe-
ts were made to unravel the mys-
I the result was the arrest of two ...
who turned out to be dog stealers
ssion. They'cOnfessed th at, dur-
year they stole no fewer than two
dogs, the skins of which, sold
kers, went for thie, manufacture
ren, s drums;, he grease made
pomade, an the carcasses were
through the sausage making-