St. Augustine examiner
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 Material Information
Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu
Place of Publication: St. Augustine St. John's County Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1867
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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;V.ST.A'UGJJ'lTINE., ST. JOHN'S COFLA.., SATURDAY[ ; AY, llth 1867. NO. 40. .. I jJ

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t. ;.t'l j I EXPORTED: (''n XcwEngI $11
ttt Illal",.. Notice. Notice. A Warafng. I \nITr.-
4I } I I laird charity: begins abroad. A be-
A in Tvnnctuvc named
VAX Ctellteetor Rftle. negro :
Tax nevolent ociatioq of llostnn hasjust
,'. \ ,. t B''virtu.1I&w.l of the km power levied, U BM and, rated.UUwtar t virtue.,the power in me voted brLaw Joseph E. Williauis, has published, ,j dfepatctf some seven thousand *
/ upon and shill
t.11't ID gnu r fllTOBDATflfc&aggattne for stale ra the Cth Art Moodaj iaklcj oaer for nle.1 have oa Thurl levied.upon j the 2nd day cf nnd b,now circulating. the following I garments and Urge quantity of raw I

next ia front of the Court HOUM atBaUrpriat May next 1WJ7 ia- front of the Courthouse pallet : material to' the destitute people! of i
., twtwtea the usual hour of of &t. W I C'lidia. This is an act characteristic .
l. n. ,in the City Augustine To the 6'ofmKacf t.Aro"I.\
ale, u. fotlowleg described proper, to i
tale the follow.lug
tweet the usual oura of of Massachusetts philanthropistswho
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1Iit. ?'trussingI
wit i iK.
described to
property have exalted themselves far
j !, '800 acres of Mud lying Beat of Hill I
,1 FZOdIR It. Young and henry Young. 2000 feel the great: danger that: Trillinevitably
above the rest of their and
boroaga Hirer, lluvquito 8IUt. UP"la i race nation
being ia BecUent 42, Township llaage
':- ?. Township 1T Booth Rug 13, KM!, 28. befall the colored race of that they can disco' wretchedness

Itl Ooaaty of VoIiuU. belonging the estate Vulftt tie Taxet and expciuet thereon tho South by pursuing extreme or a far ofl, but are blinj. and oh ,

IIATTIIIA'. AND.REU, Thomas Uaka Uit Dues and txpensca thereon an paid before the day of tale. what are townwn1,serttlpd'BadicaF'measure : liviuitf to misery" and starvation at

tb. f aalt .. ,A A. D iUKIKJIO Xtberig t their own door. They are ready to
n ftid befvrt day* omclo The white Radicals wish
.x gOp,51ETQL.W o! 1"1. EEUItEH MApSU, and Fs- :;);, : scud aid suffering reeks; in tho
and Collector
Tax Assessor
tiaerii and Tax Collector. ft. John's County. to make a cat's. paw of us by throwIng Archipelago but the Greeks at their

ra e'1JV8IC&lftIOIf.i Vo1u1aCoual1. iFebrnarySnd18G7. 8m. : us "to tho front," in a political own doors arc hardly deemed worthy

: .......,11I'. 11.00 FeV. 18, 18C7. The above sale is ;saipeaded until point of view, as they did in the rebellion ol their notice. It is well to be impartial
? .lot asjaaibflL :.00 order of
ftirtherorden. Uy in tho relief of fellow-crea
i >*. S... revel Jr.s. 1.00 Notice. J.1*. MArix. because wo arc ignorant; : and out

h |8:JCt nibtcrlptica takes for less than Tax CJelleetor'Sale.. Brevet Lirui. CoL U, H. A. do nut understand their whcnics. Suite tho world over, but there can
.. tip Commanding Post L\Aupuntine: lla. bo no more appropriate or mora
f -1JI"btartp mart be paW toI adttttap. BT virtue of the lower>> ia rat, rated A.A ai II, .I'IMlVttll................ Why do they court tho favor of Christian exercise of charity; at tho
.. .. b1l&w. 1 hart levied upon and ahalimur and tx-oflicio, '
Sheriff frccduuuIt w because you are'iuyal" precut moment, than in giving of .
for tale OB tat 6th, ftm woodsy ia
I .May next la treat of the Court House at Tax Atnenor SU andColltvtor.JuL,,'. : to thew. I contend that our abundance to |bo starving and
OP ADVERTISING.Atnrtbeacais County
TERMS C&ttrprUe, betweui the niual hours bf best interest in to bo loyal: toyourselves ill-clad thousand: of helplesswomen
wfflbt inserted _..k. I tale, the fallowing described properto fay i your anti orphans of the South. In the
Z1Ptli.Notice. .
IlrD- wit for your own advancement : namoufall that is humane, let our

Twe deL..s per square ef twelve liawtrtttesertbaaad 1000 acres ot land la the County of, by not adopting their wild own fellow-citizens have the preference
ud. tesdu.tarti OM Fohu Ia, situated near Irliaa Hirer,atplacoealiedriorida a TaxCellccors3 Hale.BY .
policy. when life and depend Jupon
Creek, ia Township
ewh mbeaqoeatiaatrtioa
4aiarftr lute!. sod htgal ftttUws to be chargedsame Sol,Bouth of Range 21 and 85 and belong Law virtue, I have oldie levied power in me and vented hail<< l-jr The freedmen can lire L31'pilIIad the help for which their sad 1

'.. as tnaaicsi advertisement,, eic lag to the estate of Thomas Napier. upon condition piteously pleads. The
ourr for ....on Thursday the 2nd day of prosperously in tho Southern: Statesonly
fun thereon
Ualrte the mad
..it a sties cf IIIp'Adalailt. etpraaca next 1807 in front of the Court relief of Crctans or Japanese would
Her,for whlcaOs charge win be sweaty are paid before the day of tale.HKUDKN MARBU. May Home, lathe City of $AuguMinc, 11- by standing on a conservative: bo proper and praiseworthy if it was

*4.Obhury.hlrl1oa,.. aid tribatcsef ,p.et Sheriff and Tax Collector, '. t ween the usual hours of sale the follow* I platform. True, the*) lladicalshave: supplementary' to a reasonable exhibition

Voluiia described property, to wit t I made suit their elfUh of charity at home,but it is
..... .e atlftl11leaea&l. County 1). L. "Clinch 4U'J acres being (F 1;.- : us voters, to own *
liberal. dhwoeat Bad. ca jrearfc a4I Feb II, IK7._ .. Here)section tat, Township U, tango :"''. ends; but have they not prohibited far otherwise in the ease referred to.

I wrtII8JlUI1l4yti11laalD1l Biast be,.w quarterly. adneoe.A Notice.TAX : are luU-nm laud. before iheT the xct day and uf ezpcnrea wile. thereon u+, ut tbj time, front exercising .. .1. rw.. Yuri: S"M-

. i CULL ECTO1i S.VLK. A. U. IUK1EUO.Hlieritf the right; of sitting; in the jury .\ ncar-vroru cx-rubcl soldier tree

: LEOTUBEIK aud Ez-tfaco! l*>\.ait virtue of the power, ia tat tested Tax .\..r*'or and t'olkvlor, heavily l loaded last Thursday had
I mU YOUNG lN.. Hr by law, 1 haft levied upon andnhsil tlr. John'*t'wuuty.Fvli They xiiy tint) a'u.h.t11 iu>t vote fur thu mtsrtrtuuo,to Ctt of, the
Jrsr .',au.,1I, I. .. 1t1xx.xv'Rwta: uerlor sale tau the tuh first.uuudaJ ia ::n.II"';;. Sm ti! 'r-c ui our tivn ..<,1 l *r, rend that it is ,
May next la trout ibeCourt licune atBterpriM The .>>Avr nle i it< mifp >n ! 1 raiCI PKTS.A >,bviwrra the .cua! hour* uf rUI1 IIrr.....I..f... 1I.t,1\'r or a ht.uh crime for H* t-j se'ts' forvoj .\"hu... b.ieli rtretn in town which brought

I Lecture the Nalu.... Treatment ale, tbe,t4Jowlng! dwariU-" property, la .'. .p. Mtartx.ltrt \ I.a, >o. .\ra 'U i:. t c:II.I..J, ut him tin stand Iu vain he ttrugglil ,
II'I' ."e1U3Oarrere '1rl l.ui.t. 'nl. L'. S. ,\. and alone
solitary to urmount
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penaawrrhisa .un..du':4
,LIIt.JI..14'uteot' ft Un-1 ia the fVeiuaU twinc Flu. tllittkiucr.d! QcIn.vr; ; f't r
tViunty 1'.IIn'! Au, )
I lar.htutsry;Euu- the did of tho
., Wald.
abet A difficulty nor
; .nJItap4iwente, aided UI'MI A J lhu m.jH-n/. ul4aryu. .\. U I'.O.Jl.i.O.. r 1 I. not \\"u nr11' tn)' .'ImnU, nol ; anyone
.MM, .wal f.Wl \ ) 1:1I..ler. Sh"rilf and' t.bi"lu, numerous passersby: offer him a
I. .! *uer Hy. '1'"dUlllI''' l,"ttir Hum: piIitV.il: 1 >la\w-:uerotuli.
trump You Mratat.w11'ay. Unless the Takm and espnmrt thrrcoa Tax .\..s.M ur end l 4' Ca.aupuwpllrpyaw1. oat ; ..uuq trot are paid bcioro the Ii"y.or M"'. $I. JiuUl'lt "'.."utyt.yI'41 tn }*' UHtJvbu: 11t<'JcI, anti officer, (a Captain of the United
ta-paAl. '
1MIt.1btN.+ & .- UUU) kIT J. CUL. UKUtiKN )J.Jt8If..enl' ) ;;. then tiiru-.ru a>:M'. .cver vlll tcohseftto :.States army, who'.o.niuio: we wouldpublhii .
del Tax .
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TCEWCLL* fc,Aitthorof "UrnaBook t'ululi& ru1.uty. --- -(--)'I'IGl'- --:-, : thu i-neiMinqo: tlte wild : if we knew it.) came: along,

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Tbt werW-reaewwd author IB this Feb. 18., 18C7. Tux t'olliu-tor'fi('. Lch,1117 uf thwj! v.iute !:nil eats: to kindly \ u; U'uc"Jucr..lrouLlo.
4 -.d bin uMfctancc: and
aAolrablo to ova Kpetieaee Lecftkre that ekrly the. awful|revet toateMCQeesofeelfAtaMiBaylM fFera- CONl'EOTIONABY.lwtnU B\ virtue of the l jMiwor in l me venttsl bjr my own Jot'met'"ii, and: the destruction going some distance to hunt a piece

effectualtT&avtd {. o.tul 1\'holor&nlo. lAw, llal\'e lane itMin std hall of my race iu tho South. timber with which to prize out the
the Uu-l I
uuir for ale "u TliurUy dill p
wUhaol ttedlclae. tad without4atffeVas Uutn !)rope, ub..r1JUuallll, nay hUU Itofi7; in Iruut of the .'u",i. I claim to bo a truo conservative.I wheel, ho shouldered pole twenty
sttrgteal ptratlwa, bouties, of ft IH.tttern ... feet lung, und almost a loud for two
tea AugtMinr
cordials, pointing Stick Caudl.&cke.tad.1. I/ujuorico} llotwc, in City nui neither a JUJiiul nor a scudnot ;
jkjtruaemu nap. the u"u l l t un if Mlo the fu11owleg men which he carried to the
I liuttvr crack wagon
Suds Crwkcs
i ens s taode etcurs at act certain wit an instrument to breed strife botwcfti -
: effectual: tr ..... every sufferer ao en, sugar crackers, Pilot Ur...ad. describes I'I'IIi"rt1.M. itr.lurr.te : Lot Nu, and, t o putting under the aIle.prized
)lr..IJi\wlb the two but not
be. pure; tho wheel out. The rebel
: Jasper what Us coailtioa may may Hard Butter cracker, Ginger Suajwi, JVJ I oun led North by Lot of liuckiuhnmfirnlih teamster
tart btautir" cheaply. trinUlaad raditaBf. Boktoo crackers, Water crackers, !suit by ToluiuMie Mntt.fputliby tar hiwlHiiy but traIl JuiIiII' Those expressed his gratituJo with many
11113 I-BOVE THOUIAX&8. nnhtm cuctsr Uratur natters, ;: Lot of MM C \u.I\'J''tIII.: Wrul. by ..... vftuyowu ci'lor who act with me' thanks, but the officer modestly told
A lOtI TO t HOCS1XD34SD' In lb- uf Ituckiuhaiu Smith and Mit C CD.* him his services would be amply repaid *
Woe, Urlu Becker s, claim the right to (allow our own in-

. .Batctdtrml, II any address, la ajlalaisiMf&n I Buckwheat, Farina, Corn, Stares, deron.t'nlovt i the Taxrt dull exinwr thereonare tcnt and opinions a race, with. : if he (the wagoner: would help
e. tfe receipt of alx Fhuccd S'br. the first man: he met with a similar
Barlcr Tapioca, the f .I le.
paid before day(> n
AIM Dr. nut Radical didatioll..0 easily '
...tI. or twc postage stamps lloot. A U 1UMIKRO. fix.Uaunl/e Time -

GatarwelTs. "Marriage aalde," pries 2ftCH row B. Ei: GARR Sheriff and Kx-ofhcio: prnrcivo how, after withholding fro:; .
AS. JC.PUW1ahm.KLINE A co. St. Augustine, Feb. 0, 1807.( Tax.\..e,M>r and Collector us the right to vote until our assistance The Baltimore: Sun of Saturday;
gl John' Counl"Februarl. ,
: .Many friends of Archbishop
York says
17 Bewerr aafttlpiLIoot.t20,11i Hew 2nd'18C7. Sin, became absolutely caential-
rertto&fe Box 4,686. Dish Groceriesl&booDerM. until Spalding, now lying ill with inflammation
The abovd site it suspended these preteuJeJ friends uf tho blackman
*& Ij. dUchirrinp further order Ul order tlf : oi'thc bowels) will learn with
.. Waring now
New York J. i'. MABTIX, tell us, in tho words ufthu !'resatand pleasure that his condition, considered
12: from
PLOUGHS AND. CORN HILLS. received days in orderat Brevet Lieut. Cot U. $. A. Times, that: if wo do not vote for alma hopeless, was yesterday .
evtlea Hoc*Cfofo*Milk, Gudcn Now being prune Commanding Post ;Aupwtine I.... the evening somewhat improved, thoughby
Beduced price by the lockage A. D. ROO&110, them, we ugbt to be sent to
: :'fe5feBPrjicff Pans, Ubget,Plough no means: out of danger. 'His i
IL1Io d BeWL FaaUicscoabo *un- Sheriff and Ex-officie, lunatic: asylum There is a roundplatform
I; '.feS Ja> Iroa KtUlca,Ote&A, BboTtb plied at mill tdrtnce from trade Tax AatetMr and Collector : l physician. Dr. .McSlicrry. with Prottwftor -
... .RMA-..,-- St Johns County Fla. uf liberty and equality, Smith and Dr. O'Donoran, It

. H.E.OABB. price 30*Bbla. Now nssertcd ready.Crackers lOBbls ,May :, liT.CR surely. I do nut believe there is a in daily attendance, and If professional

,eldl'Is l. !867.'t Lard 30 Kegs Butter 10 BoxeCkeete. til 1tY,11.thD1'Altl:, frccJman: in all Tvnucasco ignorant kill Dud the prayers of the

40 Busted Herring,25 Boxes enough; to be taken iu by such a Catholic community are uf avail his
'POWDEI1,8ROTCA1FUNT8LEAD "'OOD\\ .\In:. recovery may be expected.
half Kce
KCM Nails 10
Soap 50 sham. ..
.t GUN TUBES 40. lV>wdcr, 40 Big Shot, fiO Cads K. Iron and Bra.* 'S nera, Halters, .rotors i.11'trt.rastl's.11'Asltl : It -i i" stated that Miss Slidcll and

Oil 30 Bbli assorted 8uJ-af.16 Sacks Broom, Parlor latches Tubs,IViU i .
her sister Madamo : have
Half Kegs Powder Qtuter Keg Krbngcr,
Salt, 2 Bbb Dried Apples 50) llblaPleating Bed cords, fuels Boards, St-rnbbin}: ( aoN, April 2G.-Senatcr made ilcudid
tender ciflUkr lllfl Powder a during
i Pies>> RatTraps | appearance
Potatoes, 1U Bbls Onioni,. Brashes, Hone, Boiling Wilson 1 risited.Mr. Davis
tl Povder/lJack, Duck,Sport-. dice yester the Parisian ball Mason. At Madam
S DMa Burns 20 Beams writeing Blacking, Brushes
2 ,
Shot Assorted tUes Powder do 310wtier' Madame Krbngcr:
Bbls Syrup/12 Ncats Pail*, Trap, Blacking, Steel Tray, SawBucks day.
-S ho!. 0 Scrcwi Ac. 1)apet.3 the Angel of ".or. and
Bass UD' represented
F t. LONDON 28. -At late
.. ... D' .K. CAItL 25 Dos Brooms. & Nests Tubs. U ,Mortars, nail Ttriac, I ( April a Hosina Slidell the Angel of Peace.
) Boxes Assorted Wood Bowl \ hour mat the Prussian (lovcrnmcut
a Cases Axe Handles. 20 Can- night -
; of
lUnurj .1867. The hostess wore tho costume
dies 15 Boxes Starch 5 Boxes B. }:. CAHK. its
+.....x .. signified by telegraph 'Atnphytrite.' Miss: (litcheuck, a very

:nABOB, DLUEUiO, 4.-0. Chocolate, 10 Bags Coffee, 2 Cass CROCKERY a- 1lAll1)vA1tIZ; acceptance cf the proposition made: pretty American lady,illustrated the
Matches 4 Cases
I SOrtred Starch, Sal Soda. Indigo,' Tobacco Milk, 2 Coils, 3 seas Hope, 1 Bbl "United Hardware. 'Crockery W'oOO4are. by tti I Queen of England: for a "gun-, Derby in the garb.. .of.a jockey.

, ; .... Blue, I lecin tot w,, Sl> Oil, 1 .Bbl Turpentine, 15 Kegs Tin-wsre, Ilollnw-ware, Kettle Tilts, cral conference at London, of the The accounts from Maryland: andPcleware

Mm BaUsc Soda Cream Ttrur White Lead 1 Bbl Copperas>> 1 Bbl l Shelf liladI, Fancy Goods, Sution Great Powers,to settle the Luxemburg
rowdUL B..E. CAns Chrome Yellow 15 Boxes Glow. ,1 arty, Drugs, l'ainta fie. basis of neutralis represent the propect ..
dispute a
Mtrch 1.1,861.I Bbl Lamp Black 1 Bbl Chalk, 1 Can II. K.: AUU.St. the peach crop as good for: a large
-PICKLES.BUck B. K. GARB, KIItUsSl:1111.. INTIX CANS. by all the power represented I weather in March, which had thee,'

j St. Augustine, Feb. 2, lSWl at the a conference: ,
down and
l-e I SfW : foci of keeping the wp
L .Asi itea 8p'olutattT. Clavot ( annctcbmUltiut'I Innij*wjcL" PARIS, April 27.! -After busincsh "
J Ini'U from expanding, has been *
Tnl ". Mtullc :: titk.Irix .
SUSIHnl': In-Jtx. ,L-* .nor "
..... &e. ,;. II ; 'iur< t'ti-* evt'tn'irclue rumors: of c tryst ailrnntnjrt; and th.< crop bM.
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i1GZ Rt 013..r. REGISTRATIO.V. tier was lien nothing to prevent the [From the Newport Mercury.] ding the old J gateway built tea- -=-

As the time draws near for the immediate abolition of slavery when all ST. Ai'Gi-sTisc, iLL, .-.,. 1 he chief J.'OiDt.r AtcnII!

commencement of registration in this the States were,at tout la principle equally the city are the sass wli boiltberumet A
ST. AUpUSTlNE, i'L QRlpA, interested. .. April 12,1867J.1.tu ..
State under the Military Bill, we I 1 exteudiug a tams CIf....,
Hut it was ipt enD so much la compliance o/j&revry:- abtiqttt ..eugihui au old S Iwatsbfurt, '

: S.lTrKDAV. 31'.11,1"81. regard; it our duty to urge upon with the opinion of the world tU4 and unique town, rewiu.5I1) ol With thu exex-ptiwu ofa fev

r----- '----r- every legally qualified voter withiut the prohibitcry measures againt the Newport a* it was Homo fifty year* stores there is really no

air The tales advertised by A.D. >,c limit of our own influence, to Ice lave trade were adopted at a wise pre* a;',\}. vrhiUt from its rqre advantages ltlini;; iu sjt. Augustine, alt1} n I

Tax J. tUioa Ibti loo increase of it cccui to need but the t>re oucc jut couvinccd that
Ilogero Sheriff Asscisor to it that his name is promptly re agiinst pear a uctediull
and genius of ooo ut the NewportSnn'tht ullo Pte
of Johns will servile population.In manufictnrpi might be
; Collector St. County, corded. There can be no registration aar-.
nuke it what that :
1.'.".. a'.z: alter the full establishment to c t/ iu a great Viiicty of articles :
: take place on Monday the third of b/ proxy. Every ran must ottbeRepublic.years ilavepopula-- now i b, within; the itext fifty vcan.mmor .- the wire grass and palmetto aud4'"

: 1r1D& personally appear and take the pre- lk>!4 "t the I'niled Stales was but little IIr later, St. \ugt; uitioe ii, supply of which lD aaxhauatiblc rtriat ia,

:. ecrit/ed oath. It is a duty which he short 7WMWO. importalonfrow.tfricsaJJcd di>ttb'Ie.ly, destined to become in tJtut ia the surrounding C
Gen. SPRAGUE returned to the Aiuertcau what war in the \
i" owes to his country, to his community but little to those numbers, and yet Capua Sh-julda competent pcrooh Witt' '

this City on Wednesday: the 1st., to himself, and justice. Thecoaitructi.n m 1SUO the colored population exciedcd Roman Kmj,iretl.ewinterresidenceof fee hand ed dollars capital estal&k'(
tluiusatid of invalid and ttcalthv
from Atlauta Co.: ta which place he of the law four and a half million ; tLut showing IB* himself ip this city sad dcvucai .v
citizens from in
respecting the trtb pursuit tentiou Jbc
; bad been summoacd by 3laj ,r Gen. wisdom vf those who objected to further solely to busioeasjtltia'he
the of health It
tjctfut nf dUfttnchircment will or rcereution. was very mi,ht soon be able to
POPE Commanding tne 3rd Military be made public by t the Attorney increase by importation. near this city that I'onec de Leon of wcjinen and children eapUnuudreds
Hose did however the Northcnnost a
District, and! left for Tallahassee: on General first disembarked in 1512, in his ro- he platting and
Washington, in a few States treat the slaves within their borders tuautic{ hcarch tuanufjctoriajr W
i the 7th instant. Wo to after fabledspring and pjltucttu
are gratified
grass SU'"it-.jTf.1Jll1
doll"e shall publish it, when it and thekceplaof whom had realty be. which U was said by die Indians orl'uL3 uU own and thtir
advantage. 1
: have corroborated the and haft
generous burthen instead of benefit !
appears. Although a large number come a a and Hicpaniob existed somewhere -
eon some specimens of bulb
statesmanlike views of Major Gen. be Did they enunciate thm No-TUIT these in which old t6p
excluded front on :
may registrationand ; coasts, uiauutacture* male by ladies of A'-
: POPE in reference to the mojle} and suffrage, yet it behoove SOLD TBCM TO TUB Sonii, and with the people by bathing: became young guuine that are really beautifaL.
everyman II
:. zaetb ld' "f reconstruction, as, .has who is golf they re.iliied frutn that trade in human airatu.-The poetic license' that the well as some Spanuh lace work.

been promulgated through! the eligible as a voter to flesh, they built up thj 'm.niGcnloJ interpretation of the beautiful II figurative iujong others a hi&DdkerrhieW

Southern press. It is evident be thus hopefully embrace the opportunity "e of their prosperity. language of the Amarfpiq Indian jy the lady of the house where I/ssi .

has afforded. Without distinction \oj so utterly regardle<.t were they of *.is entitled to, !s not overstepped staying, that is valued at forty dd.

comprehensive conviction upon of race or, cvlor, or of political opinion the alleged rights of humanity due the in upp:)ling that the spring referred urs, by cuuipeteut judges. A peiei

the subject and that he is deter we believe that j eomjJrtr registration alate that up to Ibis Jay, mure than one to hud its fuuotain in the air, rather worked, the same Land took 'tbs

: mined to carry out the stipulations should be effected that t'J Half former slavebolding Slates of the than in the earth ; and bence.DeI'uncc'fl nighct premium at \\'orId'rair
: of the Military Bill in a tpirit of! North have never repealed the fun.lamen- labors were not altogether at l uudou, although brought in Ofe.

justice, intelligence, and harmony. trial of party strength may be fairly tai Uw on which/ra'a: bated that institution in vain, us the lathfny in the ;ttmt*. petition with the toast spceimca oIInrupe.

conducted, and the rciu.lt a fair and of slavery phere 01.SL Augusiue probably: : .
: His course thus far has beta ttoit f
proper criterion of the future. Wedo It it wu only when cmaneipatioa was a worn renovating effect than ia that 1 Hasps that some young mca parutueli

: acceptable, which guarantees: (Ins cordial not bel tire that: any organized not to cost them say aaehfiee that they of any other spring or pLce uo earth with weak luu;:s and a ssaljpital

and generous support from the oppsition will be made here to the applied themselves to extend iteltuwherr, Oo my first arrival, 1 felt dUj-os ,- will takes hint Irvua the ..n.

citizen of f Jorida. He ill! find a plan of reconstruction. what gratitude does the freeimjn owe tu ed to cavil at the world fur"etting. ruug and esUbiisU thciu+clvei Certainly, by the world forgot"anpect of this in the line of bu
. reliable Coamacder in General the descendants of those who first snatched ine'i
we shall disapprove all such efforts, itth city, which, after a Sew d.ijsobservatiun ludicatvd
SPAAOCE in the laborious task ol them from their native stores and sold :.1.e .* 1 believe '
. and sadly deprecate the Iou of and i ;trcouno with its rtudu abJ
reconstruction. political them into Southern boahge,! |irup >iry cytuuu>y petal
strength which it would\ involve. Thus the present generation Inherited denizens, was winled with something leruucv, they cauUu iaitiupP'titable tnaktk

.. The contest is simply between Radical slavery, the whit man at a the A K ,like envy,. 9 and regret a A that we. fir all!& c.uCIUtJ., bei.rasuuoaua .
"Nor TO >c BeaovtD.-We Ire Informed matter tnncritors ot-the tugged cun.e end' _., -,-*- -, ..- ,- .
that Cot SraAGU has petitioned Kcpublicanism and Iyal Con. black man as a servant, without eitherbeing I'U'kYlOiI of the North, conld not fwd ineirowu Yuan urea. .
Gen. Tort to continue Military Head reiponsibii to the other for the conditicn truly,
servatism. We understand that the bibe tttucthiiig of the >o tari"y and TUuJ.u R. '
Quarters this! Slate at St. 'iae ll.huar.
Augus In which he
was place. sal the .
sufficient for 1:1 the thereof
the evil
: during the summer month,and that Oe ti Registration will commence about diy .. .

: Pore Ass granted the petition. So thatSlilitap the first of Juno and continue to slave of yesterday cannot look on lit 'disposition Clrth'" people around NEW HAVEN, flay 1.-The 1ec-
- bureau, and other head guar master as the direct author of the me.

- terse in this State will remain, dl.lrinllbe September lit The election for wrung be lus sustained, if any were indeed With the circumscribed wants and ..!atute was urganiivd u-u"y. Car.

- summer month, Jot at the Capital ot tie : delegates to a Constitutional Convention susUiaid. simple habits: : of the descend 11&:4 ofthttir :nHl'h l in hr messigt, *ar. : lbttuuluuuf
State, bat at a remote town a Uih his n-"
telegraphic eonmunic&tiou. and very infirior will probably be: held sometime It was in that relative condition of irre- Sp"Dsb: and Minorcan anee- 1J i sie! ;atr i.s n In! everj

mail tat'i tlt.. : in Uee b er next 'J'Vu.ible dominion and invotunury servi- tow, u well as the blacki. t'lf'oIite e+povt imp-rUnt. lie flat

. As tnt>;e esss! no yr '1t n,?e nt1'' ... tale that th<*yeir Ityil fou d twtU races. (IJLorl6<: : .!*wholly untccesary here.- grits ,
fir mtti!..rygo'ernn l.Vr j* in Ma .%rtut;, ; .i.1 us the'r hallt.li rite t., T.bJt:
vMri.? ti rztstud
the Frrediucu. deuce tt'v lure now reaihrd .fI* u.iia- : C1t"eUcnt Ii..h and !
v h44. < ph.-n! ,ti. .t ....t. 117 r U ea "
rat loft'.' in vb*d..n 'a 'o. I ...<>f''i vat.ty I I Xo. 1. tiU,:j-ilnt: of tL" pret>nt CU.lnZe. .....J w* turtle, butt; t,..' fiu! nek crabs, thett.1re .re r '-tfit.i.vr,:$ tr.c.i-L. yetis

read Coap.r.; ...> fI.,;.; .,.- 'It i. ui. 'I I'iI I [From the Jlob.Ic T.nc''.] H'l>UI>! i'tnc.V ul I ..tlt 1av:l.tsr. "' .tetl t., t, sit.aotlu
: I.r1,JL. .at< i.f iui ..reSlabU..' 1.". too:.%\tf .\llLe Lane hat C61Utnta If publianl PJilrc.li; ..J' t.: s.e r,t e ai l t t. tt\
I Jf.i-fh .u': 1 I.U vrv.ii'i; b- !.:' MivjNi : *:tf ';.II!!!:."\ !lid! litt.e: ita ;e then the {
'1' lIJ1at"i.'U .S ".. tltt i I rif"l*111lerrourt--_< en Iu: t mil a:.IIi ti.u ittUvt'i u: |Me .1.4o4
.ho 's ; >
IIj clot--iruth
;, s : 1\\1: >li. Li...'.'I: ft :. :1. *: ::, 'if* N
ts v-p. .al in. : :
I rtvn. it wilt: !.! uxKM,, to rctr to : t'.I'
): to uaJontft the & ;., .1 :uiiiit>" ry ct.vl 11 11' ; plat nets .,.' P. MM. .j toe ,-jllAt: .. vii.t* per j.*fk I 14rWf> t'I'i"r. !.," >U'fc-v tiM ti 3 ::rent "'"

1'1.our Anrf'-nt City in srnMkinjr: o l l\, causes which have brou;!.. on tke! j.I" t I I e. b'jr fo ':f I' o,- TI an: .r>. | 1 ll:l,. s..itl ;i* d.! ...? ;' 1 .:;:. '* i.1 .1.r u ., u 4 u:: ....",1. a.a i :!.; tiv.a
state of tLng,*. a *}n-ti rotiev. ut tat,< 'vcitus ; .!i t il: vri ,t lit.l; all: ... :Itltw t 11'U
tact! c tbu fir D:.:rfct! lie A Qiur- : r' andan tutu tlu :.. I j'I Hi. .... ir. MU.4* ? :t>1.;? *i 1'1.1'! : i t* .. ', t rt.1.> .cu-:!,-t Itltt ..tll"I ari.ici
enquiry LIO '
:> .. I -; nr.rK, &.iih ti ol .>t '.i..t.fcrs, I I
tnro here and wo seas ratifi-jj: 11 with 1' die who .. -'t.nr" r. ,j' i jr. ; K. u'J i:-'.,. vr,",. ; ..' ,. l"n.t'I.t.a" ... tlj ....:lsj
or Mid to have i .
men : .
are .:;' b- ,. I II :n .J. 1. -.11 t! ;.i t4.j ...'\ n! s>,lii! \11.1& t I
the oppartunity aft trllinr "Murr ,j I: ted lUcu: bocomcs an irllt-tuu.; <i* CMgrc -
-.U -u; .i.i ft, :.- t I
'I I 1: .rli * IfyJtt" upon the fubje'-t. j public tptakvrs and writer I I boxer optotl in : ,lj t.th.. II rl';.,nHJ1 tlall rUi.I.Io1t.U, their lei.eI ;". Le IM)" .:t:Ii u..; are4: if

The great juc.t'cn: t\i fit iUci-i<*d 1>y j-iiuc t vrts.o.r ajlrilera. arrange th \i:."': :Ivm in the iltreistcl in, \s..i tra.is.tr ib. l "*-
mall this I
A between inthemtcrntorioi
runs City, nt.crr "I
the new clues of> rititens I is 10 xM n ure I lc .r'l'drt'J 111\.t c..nv..uieit hap of N few .
and Jacksonville three times: week, i they indebted for their frrojora and if heprofes.'cl unl.ncer.yen: : burheN! cadi just Above low water public intte u uc |..tu&j. lie dixaot:

and woJ landing toriatntfd the mol lro.un,1 rr''ptct f.e mark boot the course of le;"ts.'atipu: parsnjJ It
ave ti mr Muur.ers i in esaminlng that question we ent"bUih s. that a ran &lojg-:
tae; titutibn slavery: whmvor already side mid be filled without' ,;OrtN wholly nnwamntallr, and
at Pieolata every oltcruato itay that under vial, that frredom Las \#tnihercnullftRdr.c moving.

thc wrck. Tho Comul dU'I'ring \ t the aiu of the alls of .eti: 'aln;. aul asserted that, if elected, The supply ofthes-J n1.11..uill. to is fatil fi the L'nlon ant the Coav -

rnmmunications certain men it wUl requrff! but little logic "ttt PNVorlI1'CIIH tJ' as scour? frominterferunce be unlimited. I am told that one tutionn4tli" d.iftrine ( "i rcreiea
this District
as under Washington him- )load
man can bushels of them
lot'tlndnf'f'lht-m thit their dent of gratitude twenty
-that the legislation of tie Tairij-
from TalluIioMM in eighteenhours. to those men i U much burned self. at a tiJo. Land game, too, is abun,

Wo aro gratified to know Slavery was in-tituted by none uf the l'pto that r?rilJ. the black man had Jan?. Canova, a hunter (who lives Ninth Congress, tn a large exUst

that a spirit of enterprise has: present generation, nor "cn ly coy of rally very little c:&u.e to he grateful toMr. near Mrs. liravo.V at whoseexccllent wan a series of usurpations and ia-

Liucola whoi philanthropy was boarding hou.!a 1 am now living.) (fractions of the Constitution lit
aroused uorucbody in the interior, 1'0 the five or six generations which preceded:
rimply an affair of latitude and longitude whose lithe, and aie! step and graceful
that a traveller ran go from JndiBoovillc jt. At the very origin: of that American argues that: Coognss has no sOT
and that, provided shouldn't exttD 1 firm would have furnished a
to Tallahassee in ten; hours, Colonies, it implanted upon them by beyond certain limits, the slaves were model for his illustrious namesake, power under the Constitution to establish

instead'of twenty four us fits been the Puritans of New Englan, principally welcome propagate indefinitely w.thin bv waich he might; have improved military governments iq tin
from Massachusetts, who claimedthe
the COM during tho past nix mouths I initiative all already, their former boundaries and starve there his divine Apollo, hs carried pant Southern States' than to institute sn
on changes Keligiou,
without from him our door within the past two !reeks order of in England. aDd
any sympathy or his nobility
If the Sentinel will explore our trail 1 t i I Political: Moral and Social.
Ices than shot him '
party. no Kit dtr by atfudcd tbt
routes we will guarantee him':'as comfortable They or DilN. carried on the slave: t I k On taking his seat, Mr. Lincoln found within a few miles of the city. Wild claims that Congress

a ride from Jacksonville to trade and.forcibly introduced in all ....1'I the revolution full blast, and the South. turkies abound in the woods, besides power only fur the purpose of iBK>re

this in six hours Colonies-not only the blacks they decoy other including thoroughly accomplishing the subversion
place or seven as ego States under arms in defiance of and game gophei -
ed from Africa-but even Indians. whoa large laud turtle in rand size of State that if
ho can find in this State, and then against the laws of the country. Yet, in shape authority;

we will (end' Lira vis. Picohta in they Spanish exchanged Colonies. agtlntt' negroes ia the his first message he not only said nothing very tureen appropriately: represented, by a Congress can legislate for' those .

if be conviction against slavery, but on the contrary soup States, it is not difficult to foresee a
four Steamer requires I settlements
I, The Southern were more 1 he city is fragrant with foelud
of our utail facilities. s''(fte to the introduction of this kind of reiterated his previous declarations that other flowers. Orange trees abound. like interference in other State,lAd<
the domestic
i labor than the Northern Colonies, and if institutions of the South and ,in the bearing season the fruit urges the right of the States to rep-

Ilr)r The schooner JOHN T. \I the great bulk of Imported slates was should be re p
SPUAQCC made her trill trip 00onday. found at the South U was because the stances.Whenguided desire in pictures of silver. Sweet potatoes way bencefor.b.Uuaaraartae .
avoid '
climate and soil rendered their labor mo;eprodtaLle by a the u big as a mu. foot can be .
She proved a UCCCM in i bloody conflict then pttp&rIDZ-h. issued
under those latitudes than in raised seemingly at all seasons and Fa.o&IJ
respect, winding her helm with his first direct proclamation the States in Dtsratcrof .
every .
the cold regions of the North. any quantity.The 8r. Ararsms. F1a., Isy IJ iw.Oatttas
great readine and fcVilipg three The American revolution therefore in Rebellion," did he then speak of fiber town contains fifteen hundredor OUUAL 1

mile in fourteen minutes. Messrs.ALLEN found slavery legally established la nearly emancipation, abolition No; but more inhabitants' The houses are rat 5, /

& UCHKANDCZ dc rrrerreatcredit all the colonies, although the greatest he, OB the contrary, promised\l full, com mostly built of Coquina a kind of The municiple Election betel ia Pt ".

which number slaves was found at the South. I plete and unbounded amnesty from anypenalty stone composed entirely of small cola, April 1st 1MI furl)-yor bfiD, aftt?
for enterprise, we whatever, and the strictest en sea shells, which is quarried on an the passage of the Military B*. ""T2nd
the of the American It,.
Upon triumph Invalid.
hope will prove uucccasfull.IMgr forcement of the laws of the country, island opposite the city. The streets 167, hi hereby declare J-
wi&hia "
hellion called Revolution be
now .simply elections of character
all their are of them any 1
to those moMly
guaranteeing property narrow some not .u
that period
cause U was successful Constitution state: subsequent to .
We congratulate our fellow returning peaceably to their homes. What over twelve or fifteen feet wide and held withoat authority If. the *V
wu adopted ia which, to meet the rising '
citisens on the acquisition\ of a new gratitude dyes the slave owe him for situ literally swarm with children both General Commanding, ue Third )li1ia] -.
spirit! of interested fanaticism of European > order of
offer barter the of humanity black and white. and io about equal District. Ey
to alleged
clerk in the post-offie*-Mr. John nations! rind more especially of jealous numbers. Colonel JOHN T.SPBAQCt '
against a simple return to duty They are generally pictures .
f Wooosr
England, slaves were forbidden to be im E.
0. Long. DiJ Mr. Lincoln then think, of the poor of health and bappincM as yet Brevet Major C. 8. \.. and AA..Ader. -' ,
|J ported from and af'ttrtb'leu 1600, being blackman! enjoying almost to the full the bliss .

lC' SCLITCT ScuoolWe call I fully eleven yean after the adoption of [ To be Continued. ] f>l'ignorance. having: but little to do lAuUAL'. .uU.-.11UlI1Jef uar '.

attentiou the advertisement oflJlr.Oc.VpcGinpplo. that CoastituUno. betides rolling in the sand and bath C. 8. Marshal for the onhfra I
V ( lad the love of universal freedom laud Extra flour iu Utah tell fur in n
which seven ;; in the sun. There arc scores of trict of Florida, oU the Schoowr
:appeal: i I IT, eihibiied. been as ItrlDll t the North- dollar*A L rreJ. inCaliiWaia six dot all ruins remaining in the city the E. Stevenson at Fenun-lina on the f "'

io. our taper> this, morning era mind! a* it bat of late assumed,to bed Ian ..:alll of Ccquiua stilt! standing, inclu ult.. realizing seven hundred d< Urs.



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|f f&ea for th'St.'at |ttiUai'ssmtatt.4NEs Tfce Ifows.: MAI tE ..-Oa Wednesday evening I Real Xatate Au tionfter Magnolia Howe, !

lit 16C7 at OtkrilU Plantation
May near
Lovl.vnL3I. ft ST. AUGUSTINE..
May -CoBgre* ,
and Broker.
ti.... l-" the. dcpraiU of I'koUta Fla.11 an. DlxITat'.ll4aoaJAKES I
Csafedsratt 4oDal electio&i quit Ororet's Ma. SALVO of Charleston South Tllfi li? wen known Hcuat, which has
At gra si f*kt Soldiers, aFrcvs. XA. I VNDEIIS GSED WILL T
been renovated
jorlty, 5th platrict, four thottsftsd.Slack Carol** to MARTHA ISABEL,youngest I pay particular attention to niurnished entirely, now offers greater induct partly j

$**_fII Oa. Apr 26(4 1887.ftrUais ,io the Jth,Kou.l{iA the 4tfAll Daughter of MATBSW SOUXA cf St. AugtutlnoFla. ADMIMSTilATOIlS/ECU- menu .

+7- + ," sot tallwkibrfitns /, Democrat, elec ed. In proportion To.Ltt idetlnd.;Ihe tIIa\rhlWJe" -
$ e/Hmes 141/1! to tht rotes casts th* Demoagat. I who visit the "Aadeot

Mina fattktm 4t JlSt:Weep, io fiujo ities art Urger than |astyear. Ifotice.PSOBATK. TUUSTKBS'SALES.And : or pleasure than any other ia East Florida
t f fits.stoolf jwt Utlr aiass steep. ; Corar } I will buy and sell REAL ESTATE having about BlOT ROOKS watt ventilated
8r. JOMX'S CuvxnTata i and war mwdpru thrtthaadrtdftetofplaua.
when a1I.We.ua.aio
isurd required tt dt
ftscstT lay tar wreathHit so; "
'r... a Soiraia rests beneath."fjjftkfrts WAsnisoTos, oar 3.-The Ja.- J and E chattels
dicisry Copciittce will comaoce t/UiuUick late of said County deceased 31. K. DBEl1. Hotel keeper mows the wants of Usgoeits

] M trjtd a4 broken their wo4.9' MoodaT. having ale J in my otfiet a written suggestion St. Augustine, Fla. and pledges himself to give Us
,Bfkgrcra cherished MM a token,- undivided attention to their eomiort
l oi the involving the Estate of tbo said
; It Is reiterated that Jusilce Cb>w His Table shall not be uijassed by
P& r,plait .. tverfreeaITaereyosr John Dick which aalDcI.b&ecllo an amountgreater :FOR
warrior's mound Is seto, refuses toprezide at >Jr. DirU jtrul than the valued thereof.It SALE. any in this country.A .
is ordered that notice{ be publUhed hundred and fifty acres of has* GOOD (US Or COACBXS IS VOW SjCYXHO
Ulort tkat'tiu for 191 a tails within territory ruled by the &Ui I, the "St. Augustine Examiner' a news* Two and pint land, which bu con Taos ricouTA TO tan rueshones .
%9i wsst soy_ crals gtorioos fat* paper ia the City of Auguatint and by wuerablt eeder upon it; situated ea the I for riding sad boats ff r tailing
tarJn4gt: Underwood "issueda written notice ..t the Court house door ia Toeol road, about five miles from bu Au can be bad at any time.
.... when yesterday JNO. C. fiUFFINQTOK
,j friends *ors receedlsg said County for'all persons having claims gusting /
|,*ft Mr lend oaeicauivs aid suntutoJJiwy writ of,MMI corpus, directlog the against said Estate to appear and file the ALSO Proprietor.,
I reaped taea atatrti Mat commanding officer at Fortress ,4oaroetobrlogllr. same with the Judge of Probate cf tit. Eighty acres orUvt Oak hammock at. Augustine Fla., Aug. 11, I860. j
Joan's County on or before tho Slit day situated on foultrleL'reekatemiles from
...*.1.-.1&trltk iamorul Jams'A Datis before bioonthelSthinst. of ,October next, authenticated ia tht $t. Augustine. There are upon it about FLORIDA HOUSE,

t *"row,bead U veil to aavtfrom manner prescribed by law. s.i0 trees suitable for timber for large ST. AUGUSTIXEFLA. I.
fold neglect, a Amor's JOHTBicv&tnlaat Qiven under my band and official 'Seal sized vessels.
The writ jrai obtained by Geo. this SOtb'dsy of April 1867. For particulars inquire of TUB undersigned having taken the ,
!, iky souls517 Shea. It is understood that the writ JOHN LUTTPIIILLl1' 11. IL ANDREU.8t. .
Judge of Probate ':O, 1887. C,,,, U BOW fitting up the same with ..
Bat Us narktd% of Augustine April
14" ffcrjf will be
and that
obeyed Mr. Dark St. Joba'e County, FU. un new araUnre, in tho moat complete ...
text tf Katms frtfdetl nmenwrs wW siot remanded to military cos Augustine{ )1'111. 1&G7.--Cm. NQTIOE.On : Banner,and dcjifu to have it, presses
arfat to Invalids sad others, the eenve&ie&ees
shin rise tar pews? v /
tody. I s1LL0'r and comforts of.a first-UM HoteL
fkoitfl iky oppna tbet
sad sftertbe:2Oth: last the SteamerDICTATOR Billiard Tables can be found ia Ute
TUt&jprpms Court if crowded t
freedom than
Quo aad* yet b1ea"1t. SCHOOL House for the ute of the Goats, sad
C.FK7 hearing the Injunction argrtmeots. T3NCOURAGED by solicitation of sever* WILL Guides will b* famished at an times for
1:0.: I I L' ,,_ Judge nderwood. District At. rj al cltUens, I will establish a School, those who desire to bust. Boats for I
ia.., '*..r lIfo MUi HU7 Chandler aad Mr. DaTis vu .,&. George street near the houso' of Leave Patatka oa Baaday ailing>parties> will always be at eoaaaad, :
DIeta.new toraey attorney Wm. Hayes, to be opened oa the 18th' of E'ealul. NoefloH will W spared to Bake the
Mr O'CoBor, an b this city )11,. All the branches of a thorough at tt o'clock and Houso acceptable ia every particular to
Mhl. o eorrcponde.nt of for the of Mr.Sttnberry English education will be taught, and tt JackftGBTiUoonMeroluc Monday all who may patronise It.
tti; 'e* York //craXd "ys Out fire purpose oooxultlnj will bt my aim by strict attention and Address, until the 10th October Use

._ ,,"I.tc1'l1aYl\ been appoiute4 for regarding habctu corput divciplintta lead the pupils to a fast ad undersigned,at New Haven,Coaa.,Draw
"" 'I for Mr. Daris. If the Oorernmeut ..DCt-mesall1 their itpdus.Fres in tilts for the tide on the Bar, andFeraaadlBa er 411 alter that date at
; tbe iiiff tolliUry district, iWho will this
for tuition will be, for beginners, : on MondayAfternoon J. .
t w e&argQl with the duty of dUtmrs ube /s the writ, which is pro ablt.bail SI.W per quarter, far advanced pup-K St. Augustine, Oct. fth<} 186 it
UjtaUittoBtysIbr the czpfass otJigdcr will ti.oo .er for Latin and
tendered Spaniab
bo eon the prisoner | quarter;
the arrival of the Trains.
'.' ,..! ... erspI''I'd t.b'I11.e mill relocrd JestOM, E U.UU per quarter will be added to < after UNION HOtJ'..
4: .. the abort hall of the feet to be paid at 80* No extra charge made Through
I Urjr governors.Ths aLe 1 ... .F J ,the bt'.IIDia..a. tit other halt at, tb.ad.o. Paneugers by taking the Dual oa her up GREEN CftTO BPRIi16pFLeEIHA.
iulWiDR> are names and PC&HOXAL.-Bishop Yttorwas each quarter. trip to avoid night work onway landings.L. .
districts of(to appointees! t la BaltImore on the 29th ultimo ftgr i subscription list is opened at M. coxmcit.: v
First District, Uudqiuiten Rich. the non of Ueorgo Greene and &. V. April. 13. 18C7. ONTHCST.JOHW'SRiVER.
* mood, Yap Paymaster T. II. $tau and was on tht eve of embarking for Ifakam. undersigned having completed

&011. Key Vcst. If'Is numerous friend GEORGE GI OrLE. NOTICE. THE new and commodious House, hasnow

:;' Second District, Ilsadqaarter will b$ gratified to team that ht wasio Bt, Augustine May.ll, I8U7. ALL persons. i'e rruult indebted late to tht of St.estate John's of opened the same to the ,abUt as

; Columbia., 3. C., |'..ymaat. excellent health.: iwuiy decft ed are requested to AFI"TL&.8T: .
: ,Nlcb+Jh. .. .. J Tp Consumptives.npUE nuco immediate payment! and all per i'arties, whether alone or aceoapa&ied
'i bird District,JJcadqxurtCfi: At There is an excellent rcjuUjjoa ia theHavana : advertiser, having been rciicred sous having claim: bgainM said estate, arertyue.tedto by their families seeking the BUd and .
.laughter-houses. eb could JL to healih in a sew wwks by a I very present the same duly au genial climate Florida, oa the St.John's
Jallt&t Us. 1'r ... t.JJ.tudsL bt .
.)ss icj '. alter rJ"t...l 'ur'Jhrl"1 tu-uiraied will find all the comforts tfa hast at this
ti.ip1t fciuedy having wilMa the
4 Luarlb 11...... Uculttiurtcrsu4U.r cnn.oJ: will: a4r tnug etcrwl.,,.. A bit time prescribed by
. :& et the cay retjwrv" .*>. >!il/ attend e 1&'" wish a vvvvre: sun,;a3e!t.cu.tliut : law, or tbik notc: tkill be pleaded In bar house. '
% atruuttr. .... 1. 1' The rooms are large and and
'} 1 cf a,vettr.uni/Hrgfon *i the alaughter an l roud disease Ious"WI'iull-l.| or.b"r airy art
u. 1111. Lou to *u"j'cct rv t7 animal l-rotg"t iobt anti'gt. toniuke known ki. (fviivwkui. recurrry.11)I, Dl'LAf 03S5. carpeted. and the furniture new and corn.piste. *
I -- Hub District; ; LuuJy4.rtcrl NeVoider. Uu4Ur >|, tL itLectuallprvrvuting J.'JCI"e til* Ul-4!|* Of CUU. \0111&01'1(4to; The House contains over fifty
, Url'u".. ...&., ...dr ..teluti... the ark ot aui un<4 meat. I 'I'u a:. w no li.ire. it, he -ill read a ropy St, Augustine, April I-. It5Ci.. rooms On the East and South sidesthere
tuJw suits
of II." :.;-rj-titin U.Nrn.." of charge). -- -.... -- art ten of rooms expressly for
i The late rt bel Tmel S"A.Ja I.1. wriUi M? iliirf i.uii. tor l.t"J4eIr.'IJ uuJ >Ur4ttq. families.
, 1" ., irtuuml her ea.l l penile, orzy'a ljsg. sodA .si.tae0.I.r, uhith tb'y not tu.i's., IX irecU* uti.-r ..b'! I will ijplto tho' This House is situated wlthia a few
\ (i'ut.t"tuatlay--at.shkstr.'tt: ioU!at LOtaUy. Mie bah U t-t.pun h. .ii crte .0/ ('"lsC1t.nx, ..'tnul 8. Judgeori'n.b'to'IfMIJohu'ICouuyIvy hundred feel of the celebrated MThlttSulpher

I I. k II lib :......4 u. awru.,: u lucktut cd ly f be uilab t,2.ntbur. to fa used asA !tuii,t. ,u IN. I't u.u. t'tlM' Hri all I Lctttr oh.tnan; >.l'lul.u ou tutu istatect Spring" (formerly known u tbs
M1ait1/att9.. p'.r: :t e,.teltt., h., was anj f L.ng but a"-1 I II'Irl.wge i'bn'4t n.1 Lu.l; .tdc s t puoi'Utr1allIJrctuwcJrelw..tc.n | bea ltugrhfsie wee buying '. .n'tl..* aar.riia.r in r 1 .Iv...... I'ocnry iK-ceasid rule about thUty miles An.b.8t1U.U1lIop
. .) tuttio uo I.-} ...ti.m...liJucnt < whaler I -ri-ti| 'u.t u UuSt fcfilic.t'1. suit t ts ::1nr"U.. HART. at this. point, as they past up and

uti wWdr ut the cU }>cn]>lv Major F. II ) ll, of rejd .y.La".I wiicii; h, cuca.ves t. t ,'rr:113.: ISi;. down the river,
Vij; lOp ex-
Lid lie y. ui g itu tilt |
p.W t..tduilll) i eiuifor lYi1a11, i* travelling iu : but mUy: {us a ail: cod: | thrm 10 lihNT. the above llowe,'the patronage of By old
djiciteu MU sIroyd lexaa. n the ae' ;cscntathe: of com uotbuj, and may prove a.,1".1.; .,. 1'..r- friends is mpettfully noliciled and that of
01'p.hunt ou SaturJaj Lui andurdiutrjr uicrrtal (#$>& IQ New Uflcans sod l1 lies.wt. ..litng; the NtocrptinD.; IRBC, by Bruges, Lots, Land, Tenements 4e.. u many new ones at may. bt pleased te
Lcrag aq ()ouking clticieuajipoamoct En ;lijj. His gather is return twit& will j"te' ." addreuKl.V. JOHN 0: LONG. call oa iae
Jill IU the ucvt canned! no ; | roiidinjf jr, t: ..W.U11JON.; t\.. Augustine.. March 10 1SC7. Mr*. 8. A. EATON.
omaseL. Voterddjr morning afterktre'tvlecf EngUud. Wiiiaiu; ; 1mrg. King taw, New1 York. fit. Augustine. Jan. 6, 1867. '

uediug he oat bit vinpiUteuunoer A little boy u Vpd his mother what ,slay ", t'*ti7.II.ErrOf. DRY GOODS !

!ill}<< of the full gruwn blood rclullont iiieapt. She explainedilut.it and iedtcine Now at Retail Choice Family Sop-
LanticLucr'raieed& hU bead to IU lull sicant near relatives, ete, of Youth. Ptn.'CMEltVrup'.d Shoes. plies, Stewarts refined Syrup; ) ..

fcei t, and cruve4 li. repeated After tblnkiug a moment, he said: Gentleman who stiffm.. for! years bfATlONLUV.: tarde'iaegar1 Farioa, Cora Starch.Tapioca .
'the and alt ID -'I'hen, mother must be the A from Nervous ebllity, Premature Iron Tin and wood 7aro Crockery Flax-Pecd, Flour,
.o wwhtruesere again .ej at bloodiest you y, sad all the effects" oi youthful indiscretion Ohm and Hardware, (01 ale by Corn, Grits B. E. CAD.'
;e rta (be geattauq of the l've get" will tor the sake or suffering G. HURT.

) XOQM. who vltttteftcd the Toothfulpreeoel One can ride iu a coach in Paris, humanity, send ficv to all who need it, Sty Augustine. Aug.11.18GG.FOR May 4,1867. .

{ ,ratb.e4' away to {ofurm hu and take three friends with him, for the recipe and directions fur making i the Small pieces rsry choice Breakfast
tiinfle rttnuJy by which he was I''cured
; Itmlljr t f the eitt Ujiirlft forty cents hoar ip
'' wat&DeI. ao gold. } buflcres wishing to profit by the :adver SALE. Dicon Choice Fulton Market Mans,
: lead ns old cook rind the em The Jleiiqin legation at Wsshlsg tiser's experience, can Uo M by addressing bbls pure old Bourbon Whiskey Leaf Lard, Mackerel, Just PRtfI.B. .
poje of liii tblUmeot" | went out too has unofficial information that in perfect confidence, FOUR & from Lexington Ky., baa beD E. CAb. '

,Jo tiluff: tletr doubts im the maUer- Maximilian was on his way to Mexi JOHN u.OGOt over ten It&flla store )1A14, 1867- I ;
a&d.the chick crowed fur them. co City, hating boeq wounded in the 42: Cedar Street New Turk. Alto a small assortment of arming uten
Geatlouet oflitaodingpere called in May 11,1W7.-ly.SOUTHERN. ails, tin ware, underclothing, groceries.crockery SEIDLITZE POWDERS. i
arm a& Queretaro .i
f jfrtna the ptrek tht hardware thread, needles
the chle crowed to ace for prod ir Lest 1pad The people of East Tennessee hare :EXPEESS brooms;; Also Park Phaeton CONGRESS WATER Castoc }

the fifth of$(all extraordinary them. oo lort their! faith in the Bible promise COMPANY.EXPKESS Apply to JOHNMAOUUIE Agent, Oil, Epsom Salts, Scans, Sul her,

eaiftnce taaj be ouestlooed, wt will that here shall DOTer be Mother FeRWAKBEHfl. At the residence of W. W. Van Neat, Salaratus, Camphor. Gum'-Arabic, J
!.ttat. that the ehlekta II the Broptrtj flood since the recent high war < OFFICE AT North of the Fort.81..luguatlne Indigo.! B. E. C4RR ,

of 4e.... r of the firm of there. BRAVO & DUNHAM'S.On Feb. 23, 186\ May. 41867. 1
Pert Ilrattiaf.Csanonss bhoaor ef AtCoafederatt -
)Jffwr( .- ; ft Lalxmejer, dead bus beet obttrrtAlaMemphis tho Plazn.RECEIVE WANTED.Cleats Condensed Milk, 8weet Oil, Ptpper *

Cpech sad Iliroca Makers, No. 9 ftrioqa pleoes tIaroc1Ibn& the 8eut At AND FORWARD Sauce Chocolate Crackers Pilot ,1
Kttjkfctreet,where it era be eeo-,. esptala tarn, alter furtktr AT. tallow and factor which the high Bread, Market will bt
price paid.
The facts can be tabstantkted eorreipondeKct, aRowtdtbtfravtstobt ,
bj TN connection with Apply to JOHN MA( DIRE. May 4, 186T.
decorated, aod invitation roponsible ExprenCompanies
)Jr. Perkloson other accepted aa to
and )
'\ unlmpeach- bt I Gold Silver Currency At tbo residence of W. W. Van Ness, .
pie wi }.....-;ftiertlurg Eiprul.N" occasion.present, sadU.leaedtossermon oa the valuable i'atkaraad Freight of every North ottb. Fort. SYRUP MOLASSESAT RETAIL.

A description, for all parts of the United St. Augustine, Feb 23, 1867. 6 Hhds :Week Indies Mokastsrery
poor woman at Indianapolis io
*.* Two oficen of tht Fifth Artillery, order(a tivp b.rMIl'&ocl children from, States Through receipts given and Insurance, A CARD.TO nice for'makiag Ginger Cako and

tifttSooed 14 Fortrot Monroe, bad anOB It&rT&tlo-.1Q14 net head of heir to an effected when desired. : ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Beer, at Retail' 81 GO per gallon,

"td&m&&ioo Th.ri'y apart the aristocratic belle of that city for one C. M. BRAVO.. Florida Syrup, 50 ct*. per gallon.
liern"to : ) the military bin Crushed and Coffee 8u
ifpobUuentofoceof the dollar t4 centi. Agent Notwithstanding ar. ,
,toUdDalcl or Key Wcvt whleh the fifty fit. Augustine, Feb. :3. 1867.) ,passed Congress, B. E. CARR. I
Iii il etlmaiecllq NSW Orlesae *t w.atQl propose to keep our stock well up.
other claimed. hit dot, Blows were the .Joss to la tie miner BRAVO: & Dt NHAM in the Grocery line, Fresh invoices of April $ 1867.
itntek. end in the struggle the < the choicest edibles and drinkables art I'
internal rercousbytheds *..
Ihnleler tripe of ors, of ,them wu DEALERS IN received hebdomadaly. We propose to RAT TRAPS
, tora off his coat Kottrious. of ills ts'scropslq IVtfiisisui, will keep constantly OA hand palatal tiUDatives .
< done either lojU'J'I mount\o ..OVQ0,000 of the most seductive character. The utmost Spring Iron .assorted Wir*.Traps,
sac OB aids. 'cwr 1'Ori GOODS
Jln1I O&1. It b staUd th.st Josx W, Fu iofJteksjaTill DRY sedulity will be displayed by tlal'lDbe" Mouse Traps Wire and Wood faces ,
of the firm the
tt wildest ;
Rat Killer B. E.CARII
.' hat been tvtiied thenull j r
} of
Clothing Boots vagaries customers. Any one desirous i
Narch 9 1867.
; Fried seittitiio teen predict that ire&tnct(r 9 Qal.-nUltIO TUB* of saving five per cent can doroby .
and $! ho6B dropping at our store, ia St. George
&t satire of 1867.will bt cold tad fL ; Drew Map of Florida views

wet like that of IlttS'. net they base An EtylUV(doc JT seat {& hit bill M.P : Street just north GEORGE otSI. Mary's$. OREE Convent W. St. Augustine, Almaatc,for I?" ,

tat prediction oa the fact that Imnasals. to a disconsolate widow "tor caring March ICth 1867. Letter Paper, Envelopes, Black a* t i
General CoxniniHniotiMerelmntH.
msasle of lox bate broken oran your bushaa4 It1hit died." Red Ink, MucilUge. (Ium-Arsbio,

about. break sway from the ex Hedesty woman is Iftt..color FOR SALE, OR KENT. Lead Pencils. Blank Books ,

'' treat North, producing cold and oa her cheek-decidedly: becoming if I j I St. A UK us!I no. FIlt.1w is The llttrent vacant," I'.t known er the ")Ia. < t ,
'l)>Or. Rotpz q. ,"t: I I ; 11 1), Aug 11 U 1'. .'.\lUtio.L .frti 1 s HOT I', .

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I MeetiBjf 'ef Freeteea InTaHaka cation will be afforded to every chili will try to answer it. (After a f'aUIl"'l ( lr the :t AwputliHEsamhif r. ]' Nrn- 1'UICKpril ifi-T" i
whether colored oru&colored, In the land.My As no one wishes to ak a I l'utK.'L.. .
*/ee.e tail) ,
t friesds urge you sot to forget nor thank you fur your kind attention ..ftdcortlutl. revenue receipts to da' __
.; The Frteduicn LtIJ. lueeting in nrgUct this important matter: 1 will assist ..." April 27th 1807. four hundred and thirtyecetbestip ,
as far as 1 can but must learnto .
you you 'A. 31 r. EDITOR
the Capitol Square ou Saturday last, "bt yourselves, for I expect in the
IT bo nubs the
lit at
whica was tery respectable la poilit' course of a few months under the recent nay present 'Far M the eye cap reach or ocean Sauford C'cflottr, triad "" '
legislation of Con rru, to retire to the time when efforts are being made: to foam, survey my empire and behold my 1t.ll.erjurl
,. numbers, them being, l including shades of private hfe,,to remain there in the colored race ajraitu't thom home." before theCojgfessioial jj :

whites, women ud children, perhaps all probability tu the end cf my days arriy Thus with the new settler in d'' veatigation Committee,waj_111 paj
with whom their lot hi been
Jut you must we that those whv come after cast, '
thoterid The land of Flowers. Hundreds of miles tq; ten imprisonment
a persons present. years
me take up this good w+rk sib";, I anti to claim fur thu Radical Republican ,
a i mast perfect order prevailed. The shall leave it and keep it onto> a complete of glowing primitive forest open* to i Government b advised cf Uj

meeting waf called to order by Rob success. I repeat it. educate your children party a title to their affiliation, the eye of the hunter of a new borne object of the Japanese taoiicopt"tcd 'ed'
and yuursilves by all the means in to recall somewhat uf the past. .
ert Cox, colored, and opened with your power; but my friends I muvt tell a gladaouic invitation. here to-morrow.

prayer by the Rer. Ur. Picrcfe l color you there are two sorts of education, one )Ir. LINCOLN, wo suppose, may (i lades on gladis glimmering fresh I The receipts from customs aid lpy
Is of the bead and he other of the heart. bo regarded as of some authoritywith '
ed;; POT. Walker, who hid been The education of the head had best be with the brightnex of rejoicing nature trial revenue for the tea IDOttW

tpeciaUy invited the evening before to neglected altogether unlest .C'colII'lAbll'll l this party There arc many. Iud the far reaching forest C \1ioK this date were |3W,000Odl;
by the education of the bears Swme vf who u.-c his name without any .
address the meeting, was waited on the wr,rst men I hare ever known were knowledge of his pre&nt to ones thought the words filling off of 31,000,000, u eesv

by a coazantteo and introduced to the those whoso beads bad been educated but I opinion uf the poet, survey my empire and (aired with the tame time hit jesi.'
:Its 1858: bo deliveredaspetrh
thelrhrartaneglecte4 of the best September
; some ,
: trowdby Robert,Cox. men I have ever known where those Charleston Illinois iu i>h'old my home The air. cf the LONDOM, April 24-Evening,:;

::1 The Governor spoke in sibstancoasfoHowts whoso hearts had been educated but their at St. John's River and the soft winds Prussia hat replied to the prod'
watch ho his convictions .
beads ins expressed
' great measure neglected. The If tho Gulf in their dOD fur the settlement of Ln
( mingle the
i education or the heart therefore, 1 deem ou of tho questions which sports, ,.
t' r! FatiiD. Ash} Fcu'ow atlulI-1 by far tbe most important, but 1 want many very toften the heart and sool of man, burg question, recently
+i I thank yea for the compliment you havepaid both sons uf education f> go togt4 her and are now pending lie say: the
: me la .,11111I11I' to be present with let them mutually assist the advanccnunt "I will say that I am not, nor eVer inspire thrilling mu'io from the great Powers of Europe. 1M

1 ou tonhty. 1 flare' Dot before, since 1 of each other i want you to seUd your have been, in favor of making voters or throats of the eongsten ot the forest denies that she is arming, bet as

r un been ia tie office of Governor, attended children to school and have them taught jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them and velvet tbe wild flowers with love phatically reiterates that she wig
I : any political meeting, bat when there and I request you also to teach to hold office, nor to intermarry with roc
your eonmiuee oa last evenly requestedme them at home to love Uod and to love and white people: and I will any, in addition .i DCIfIt.'When. vacate Luxemburg. War is now ngardetl >
to address you, I felt that'you had obey him and lo keep all bit command- to this, that there U a physical difference the wand of the pioneer a* almost certain.WASIII.XQTOX .
conferred aa honor upon me which I was meets and to tore the Constitution vf the between the while and black races which.
not at liberty to decline. Ia the presentcQOAUdoo Lifted States and 01"111 and alllhelawi, I believe, will forever forbid the two touches the tall pines and tuuiblut 'prilAa\irf

.'I .r tof the country It Is the, duty ef both of the General and Mate governments rac sliving'togetber terms of social them back to the dual from whence of the seventh cavalry fought tie
every citisea when called upof to enlighten ; this will make slain become good and |K>litical eiiuality. .
1. his ftttow citlsens upon questions of pubIk children and good citiseus. If you will I. U much as any other man am in favorof they came productive fields soon _1>>- Chcyeuueathirty miles west of Fort
interest and do all ia his power to do this, then will be certain to dn the uud houivfttead
you baring the superior position assigned! IlCar spring into life Dodge, killing six, and losing oee.
and understanding
bring about harmony a good next thing that I am going lo advue you to the while race"
between all classes of the com to do, that U, to "Loveyour neighbor as developing the magical art of civilization. killed and one wounded.

mull,. The colored man aad the white yourself," and cultivate kindly relations This was the doctrine avowed by Beautiful Orange Groves clustering 11'.tstttxurnx: April ..&.-Di.
-:- IBM ore both now ia the same boat, and ,with the white folks among whom ybu tine Head of the Republican party.If .
the boat Uu a storm-If she goes down with brilliant green loliagucarrv attacked and defeated Marques, w aearrived
they both ge down with her; if :she lives live.The they have departed from it. it is thoughtx back to itugnarl before PuebU with 4,069
to reach the shore they are both saved. great question U now to be solved not front any sincerity conviction,
. 1& better therefore, that they should whether two different races can live iupeace Kden the first garden whom human men shortly after its capture. Har.

pull together sasafully and save themelves'than loelhnund..r.-the same tufern. or red! abiding friendship for the life first began and we feel u ,if the : 'IUtll escaped, losing his guns dad
that alto !'pull, against went with t'fI11.lltOUliul rights. In colored but them
they- toy race, simply to u'e I
birds hero ammunition.
each other end swamp,, the boat. Vour reading history, I do not now remember. to instruments of their saute singing so merrily
interests and my Interests are snow the any instance in which this has ever been as own DJXrandizciiicnt ;'; among thtJH trees are but tue ones P.\uis, April C -The )10"tocb.r
done nut tied has the work and enable thorn
note'you nmao&1PtIDJan4.whtuuI slybean placed to
that tilled the first with their leas editorial
garden an
1 be with- ns and with bin blessing must chirgisg
iajarrd, aer an injured upon we try by.their votes to o'erthruw1f
s. tout aa e duty Is the same, let as be friends-let usmutaslly place, therefore, 1 say let each one of us iu the very State and aud golden fruit decorated the stipulations of the J
promote the prosperity of each of all colors resolve to cultivate kindly tho with whom treaty
bther and make our' Jour'ney through life relations with one another and never al- among very people Eden with their peculiar blessings.Xumcrotu Kramxngarding Schleswig.
I as plesaat as toUI ) low ourselves, be arrayed in hostility the lives of.tho colored race arc to bts Nits \ .. .
meet omugo; tree together ORK, April &.-The Iltraid's -
; I as happy to you today under to each other; let us always Speak kindlyto 1II.CI1, and upon harmony with
these wide spreading oaks ia the Capital and of one another. I bate never form a community within then. elven, Washington correspondent ads

: ftaoare, beneath the blue vault heaven. known a man in my life who had the true whom their livelihood and future i and when you cuter a cultivated jfurruttjj trial ia improbable, u a
This U the manner in whichl'] fra-men principles of a cliriftUii gentleman in him dellCntl .
hould meet to "*.U\I concerning their who would wantonly wound the feelings I Mr.l.tses'w'sl grove thero fC'OI" ,to l"o a kind of Icep iiupreMiou i* entertained Ijlw

1 public affairs. I t.J!, > iUva, alter been, of any human being liowcvt r humble. opinion are that sociability existing among; ilnv pie : Adoiiulstratiuu's: adherents of
opposed to all secret lt..ut'.l....,. 1ariur"-. Hut aside i Irotu ill being your duty ti 1' real hcntituenti of tow Republican
lout jKMCflul I uud lively treei>, wise .Ur. Surratt a innocence which the
U4 all thf people Iwtli bUrk aut ,
meet ia public Myou .... a.-4ay| and the while people, I call your kttvbt; m lu party II IIII'dll'I wy athi'IWIe it ",''>verniuuit iJt 01' the ii.i',leuti rcl.vLi! F$ u'. trial would only make more ip
Make known and "&Kt&l'flla.r *juiimiuts the fact that u i. }our interest lu io ,u.' Is only! tI.rnll.JI; iutore 'fins tint-
and tb.'UIUltl.thllt and I..tu juu w ill Tli* hate (lre.q'le iu whet i a c&Hol the u-iv"! order, where iiln-riy.;' tl"ality parent.
j I U II"
lie arrived al,bmK-s"aii.1. m>rs*.rl cried rvln'l Maliareniiw luorv than Iwec ... l'rIM.1'> u "/r" and fr..tcraity UM i .t.iii.011 lu 1"'.r\', .. -
t. had g1**! feeling and h..n.1 proiuottil.Itui i BUIIII'rue* a. ,MII are. Thry arc rrciitni .SV Ik i, thoy carry nut then' 'cn'- foal 1 u ei'i'uLiu':;ol"|>olit Jot as connected'
when there is a i'sv I MiLiftjr that I >t u'Mr'.o, nv erjday.by tvu and\ byIweillHtJS view*. '; hit tln-y prrtrnd t.. rdvo- .
meets in some dark Liner l ..nl |II..r* the i and etill \.) d.vl".r.I..lr..... tinothert'tatvs I "* '!! Jin".'':it nile.":1 r.lIa't I.., ": t. wit!I. tae uf;':mefc, the \". Urleattf
ilworsaad pvrsuauvs uuu, unit u( u ,Jiue; I vi tuv L'ni<''', ..i..l U...K-s clh' a il.fltreiit rul t'-:,r th > :-'."li.s : .1 .Tti.tii, J..Hf':9 t:51"IIt"tl! t.* !14' the l if 1 tCr\'t.rrates. lute following :
lu ge ia and take |*rha)''' a ttn>bc ouih this liit-re comes Iroiu utr j." the gnatwaters. : ..nly un citlructf: : tbt irtett'IN'i'antl iun>;i- i Ib'
and sign a pledge, no guml can cease of it. |V>Ile| .'iiiiugii eirrvfar to niU i"e ,,::ink-it cult ol tart i'iuridi. 'a 1&t. ; wlslalhiatngerut..tulerume
The members ot such society erase lu\* tour ur ate rural r'uif n* r'turi'U. '1'u. : tlirt t htiir'M>pi.iiutis I 'l1.tI1'.tl.! a.'t flut'\ ;i ilouL-jK' the ;utt rr .+ t.wllcrtctt uy'a Ifl'\a, many,
rrvvmea and become slaves to tio v uii imsnsge great UM%.-$ vf vui.gfUK'U thai here:... utt.redi.tr.'ly ;+"w j ie.: i"IItil: ?'l! .I e. dill ii.tte are ttUei. wuu ouiiui>iuy
tan swrel oi>:;aait.til'ts. fur n l 'rv \"I..l |u..a.&h.. tXiMihceslavery <.t Mgn ani I iitt.! iutrtti':le tal.te of ail the! )pn>uiitK-ut take); ,1.'rr heaui.. anti deetur late
tUougta after joiniug the M : i>il Mil
'Jt. .. t.c.le.'t.ii in public utJaira. At U vt::
turned ;;
Ltd lu".l. ------
Itecomc convinced its objcdts now luring s. -- -
t i 1 may are not few the public gowlj they are .:ihU deUgt.tftl land vf MIT(-the mutt delightful The X 1'. Tribune, vault Iii> >Ciip M-tilr I .'. "atru-Iiiit: to .>l I'j jviuto ivu cwt? :11AU..Ut to listen to their

I afraid to aay '*6 because .hen 'hey ate that the >un ..lain""ro'" Un the tho net's niK. ..r lurd labor in eouve -at;"ua, iivtd at street cvravr.
i temft te exercise the rights or freemen other Land there is no.emigration to this bleu iti>trUU: lIta I in ion-ing; un. Vt vrday evening bunch of colored
f they are stopped with the nIl of"lie- country from abroad of people; vf your 'nullified; 1 negro uiTrae; ('II tin :South.htoto.s the future. touch habevu written lieu got into a warm discuaiva at
member your oath, remembpr your race. Africa Is not .l'Uw..unL'iAl..u..lr.) ; null said ou the ubjx-t: of the I.Jullu' the
follows the conditions of curui r Caroudelct and Lafa vetto
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." In times of war and public disturbance he has fo ..bi.11I 'l'lul..ur Jple lau
there may W some excuse for --Iuany of your Pe'pleltwre this countryto suffrage; in the state fir >V w York : s Uifer'an.1 its advantages Itr 'eb. Due or two were earnest

Nerd meetings but I can coiiceive. of g i tiiere, but none leer there lo mine The 'lualifil'atillill of white votersare have been discussed by able |>eii* for ly endeavoring: to persuade the
la limes and la a free b"l''Ilh these tacts before us we others "
now peaceful art but neither to -pitvb m and regiater. .%.
t'1lib Ibis. ThIa. auue many years I. r horn nor tall with '
both State and Federal wiQ fully years theta will be in the frouthern fitates years bf age mid citizens of theL'nitctl pencil eau devclojHJ its natural sue gaunt hiking negro, awhitewash

protect' you ia meeting in public kind givIng hutidrvl, and after a while a thui! sand: States for at lcat ten day, loer urit). .\ lab.,riug, iopulatioti is brush iu his hand, positively
espresslon to your vietf-s whatever white! men lu every black tuan. Now, and residents, of the State fora declared that he would not
they may be,and therefore! I warn since the white race ate lu the nature vf election tear, rudly needed anti when emigration :1 hut I he knuwcd how "niggers"were;
next the ci
prui-catng thecounty
'yoa to give the cold shoulder to iny man things obliged to be so vfenily In tie n..- ban supplied that, the prosperity of he had beets on the plantation. A r
four un-ntb and of the Glee.tiun .
: ..should endeavor to persuade you lority, I My, i* it not your intern as well I *,
Into some secret place to take anoat1i'| or a. oar chri'tian duty tocultivatea kindly district thirty days. dlnrtd the country will l>c secured. negrodriver" when he got a whip

' alp a pledge binding both your true4 and 1 and goad understanding with them? 1 i men, Wfidon fulfillmg; these rnjuircments. 1'alatka has been nwitated iu hU hand was always worse than
bodies te espy particular ..tiora.-ruur .I.h tu see you ;" bodies are now free and no power under w bite people of the country,inl.1 I wish Stale for three and be from the tcuurge of war aud its pta*- gut hot on the subject; said he know
,'. heaven can take that freedom fr ects have been brightened by commerce. cd tho oiggcr" in the city and bedidn't
;; but the freedom of your minds is'in your ia all your rights. I do'not wish to see |K, etcd of a freehold etalo worth ,
own keeping: let it not be stolen away fon ctowded out of the country by the J230operand: above all debt andin'eutiibrance Churches have been repaired want them to boss him; he

by designing persons..remcmione migrants[ who an now pouring Into it. I vbarged thereon, and and to tho boarding school wanted them to stay just where they
{:mau do not wish to see you share the, fate of have paid taxes on the "I DU:. Hut c'tabliehcJbyMns.31. M.lteitl'thcrcmay belonged, and not to be putting oa

: ") art free bet whom the troth makes he racea who have Ul'l"Ultit'tllhiJ countrylieforeyou. no cue can vote who is directly nr air ; it' the niggers wgot buuiAS"hw
This icltLli-aI.rot ota.bitb be attributed a great social benefit
he emigrate
free, iutcmted in bet was gwine to leave
1[ now stand, was cnce cultivated t>y the indirectly any or
And aU are slave*besides." Indians; we adopted their name for it-. wager: upon the election, who took.'part w the place.. The steamers Darlington -instanter. The majority

-From the fact that you have hv'lted me raUaha nee, an Old Field. The name re [ in ur encourage the rl'bcllioueI I Sylvan Shore, Kate, Lizziellaker ; seemed to agree with the tall darkey,

to address you today, and fretn my having wains but the Indians have disappeared.Xow hj-Jeertcd from the military sere and Dictator visit our port and the crowd dispersed, our whitewash
resided thirty years in this town..iIb'wi. my (friends 1 don't want you to I friend street
vice who left the State nuLl
shire the fateof the Inilianp. I w to regularly week and never fail
aa ankind feeling toward..you. 1 take wuotyoitto every I by himself but stUfshakiog his head
it for granted that you are my friends remain in the country and be part and the draft., to bring with them a budget of news and .
'and bat jou expect me to tell yod flainly parcel of it, and lo this t'n.11 warn you to r earnestly gesticulating.
what 1 think is best for yvur happiness. rive a deaf ear to any designing white "The action of the Senate in in. from the noi"y world or a bundle for .

(Cries tf y's, yes, that Is what we 'tant.) men or black man who may try to JKTMI-" the Executive : the million of Florida. 16)- In the tows of Watervilet,
.Tbtn ny frieeds I win tell you1' hat Ithhikyoargreatfst ale you that the white Iot'ullt' are not discriminately rejecting
II want is hat of education. your friends.-Suffer not yoir-selie Intit' nomination, ;Km to.tailupo The Putnam Hotel anti the St. New York, where tbe radicals last

The free governtnt under which UnpoM nj-ou by the recital individual vn the party the odium of being;. an John's Hou5C with their agreeable year had a majority of one hundred
wsBve founded upon the virtue ai,l intelligence uutaucei of wrung. Ie one Ilack tffie*.hunting organization: t>rgauization '
of the people, and whenever man robs my chicken coup that U no reason for and affable Iaud-lordj art preparedto and three, the Democrats have IWtp'thc
that foundatlen shall give way the iii rue. why 1 should denounce the! whole caring more jiower, administer all the comforts of life board bv about fit e hundred nu*
Mack robbers and thieves ando plans and pmfit, than for thXuar&ifly '
built it must charge yew race as ;
tun upon
therefore,te educate your children and if one white man cheats a black man and well-being of the republic.' :* to>> Vbit/ors. The present projects jority That's what is going shoot

..nel," as far as possible. Aiding the bat is no rcs-'on why you should cl*, X. v. ItlHf"' *. for crop in the interior are favorable these days, all around the country.

{ettmestages I ever sent to the |Flu".U Dwnre the t'tlire white r..t srounIrels An ''office-hunting organization"s : and th4 field of the planter .. .
'upJ.tate.t .. one il vising them to)tan antiGrmle.. There are bad w bite
a taw to provide for the education* rf the men and there are bad black men. Let not a bad name f,T the Radical: once wore begin to show small 1:. Dummett's Orange Grove on

colored people. Much a Jaw was |1i.used. us punish both alike, and lei the balanceof arty aims of prosperity.! I IF Indian river, is said to have chanced
sad my superintendent, llev. )(,. Duncan us live together as friends and diris- .. hand recently. There are D- t eicee''*

I reports tq me thu be has now in isns ought.to. I do.don think of L,tel; I Iweul) elections ino tly peem Years Truly, in; thirteen hundred bearing trees,
under that law ibent three bun- 311lritD. anything APRILThe
, 1.4'operation-t4 $School (Cries of that's good- file today to you just now 1 came herewith to go emoi'ratic. In Albany;X. \*., .. .. and the greatest yield has never in
I.tbsl's.the way to tell iu) I trust that thU'food no made up speech. I did not the whole ticket was recently elected the IUOJt favorable seasons, exceeded
f work will geeauntil, with what aid know till last night that I should have by a gain of ,1,200 over la>t year. question,why printer do not five hundred thousand oranges

the State can give, end the General Gov- he honor of ting invited to ad croment ran give, and our planters and and since then my lime has been tieces- At the recent trial of twentyinchrunittt nwered'Ikcause printers work fr --

people can give and our otlla..tn'rritn atilt oiriipivl with ther thoughts. I :runittt Fort Hamilton n range; of the head and brewers for the stomach Rumor connects Alexander II. |i
with all these have had ,o elt'JIt'nlul'on the inspiratienof :
I I tnirt I
if aids can girt the bins pay",itI"u"ly c* me when unIrr the iKCRfivn fur what should MJ. If I four miles wu attained with a proevtiltf and where twenty men haTe Stephens with a prominent Southern

a |li"li1e*.if:jf e f tines l. tlipmrmi'Vf; a hI' .- x117 f'n" ,,1-11".'10 ask me n'ar 'iue :i in I weljhiiir; 1,00 )IOUlr' !I. stomachs, but one his brain'. journal. ,

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