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: August 8, 1868
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057499
oclc - 08790001
notis - AKP5525
lccn - sn 82014307
System ID: UF00048642:00104

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1t1>lt.i\\:: IT. JOHITa oo., ILL, SATURDAY AUGUST 8th IG6fJ.: .X10.1;

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"e to ,,'; I : SALE.. TAX COLJ,1 OT01L'8 SALE Manhood : How Lost, B. A. PUTNAM! ,

BT VIRTUE of the tame vest-
la os teU power
.. /! uponand shall td by law, I have,levied upon and than How Restored. ATTORNEY AT IIV
offer for sale aiPubllo Aueiioa la bout ASS
f riA fa out of
"''r of tba Ilooho ia the Town of En* TUfiT rU1J'b: a new edition of Dr.9t SOLICITOR
ihs. Cary o t St. Court CU '. CelebratedEiwitjr m CHANCERY.UBire .
; : I ,, State 6f terprise, County or Voliula, Stale of on the, radical fUll (without at 1VL, !la, Pumaia CoUJtyJulr
: 1," day or Sep. FloiIda. on Monday the seventh day of medicine) of B'cuuToacuau; or Seminal Fo.h115.,
( nru.I bouts of September 1608 between the u'lII'l bouts W.uknrs., Sttuiual Los1
; uoleiy or Wrio- of ale, IbaV enala lot. patcel, cr tact luvolunlaiy S5, JSo?.
rs.lii"oTK\tv, Mental and Physical In
P ; of Tae &... of of land la said County of Tolosla, State -
cjpaciiy, Impediment: nc.
to JJdirijge
: : Florida containing four Ihoukand five ;
bt 'Iu. cthala also. CoxftcurTiOX EFILCPSY, and FITS. :M. R. ANDKEU
known .. the toadied acres, o weed and ictnraed by ,
'Induced ftelModui sexed
by ence or extravaioee.
; : Couuiy MD- P. Chain, or ao much thereof. win = A'UCTIONKEH.1'ue .

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1 ".s1w by land paid bth.dal'. ''of sale. Tile cp'ebi&ed auiboi, Ju tbr: a"l41' able : fn'nit.cil tohiit.i' e. j
(. OA i'ae South BEUDKN 11.R8n.Sh.rlA" .
demou.r.es from -
clearly a
and Ez-ottlclo, essay
..o brr aides by thluy ** tnceessfnl Tax Asseaaorant Collator yri' pi. t.1r1.1. \hirNM n.l'j'lL| \ '
I : TieUvo tract
Yoltuia COUDII'EAttl'1d. alas miug consequences) orscir-nbuMi uuy flIX;Cll'C: I'IOI1'TT1: E::;;T.nS
K. trlhe of St.
be radically cured wiibotit the dune.'oas ,
.. Florida .
,tII'rehotooflt\\ --
inieiiiJ medicine tile !
\' or 'ppicaliouortbe : -
I 1 .', s.U tHi'e.y o June 1st 18G8-Sni: ; knife: polumigoufa woue or CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA f

to M n ..,.I.! tank TAX SALE. cure ai once 'tiip'e, ccita'j. cud cC'r1unl STEAMB AT LINE # ,
*, V Joint: T. Itjr meansuf which eveiy uCVicv.. noiuftlierwb.il
/ M.t......t. Hotter BY VJ r.\'OB of tiie t power in rue tr,- hi* coutli'iou wrap be. our .-

te ...ou ibnrof od by ."'.. I have levied upon] and wull cure liloivrlf cheaply, :1. .ely' siidudiCjtljr. i 'rue bTE.\ Ef: .F
& j.vr .iS r. and. offer for Mlea. riib1io: Aueiioa, iaoft'ieConii rl'U" I.
| .:tie*a..." U p.ld House in *:'ie ToWJof Enterjr. JCtST t\i'; LCCIUIC fcliouU be Id rte

4I. County tp "'0"1.A, State of luuil isof every yon.b.A.l l tret r tun 4 'in ,
CU(:CtO.: Flovk''., on Moa4y the IteT a.a "x; of the 1,,ndSMU. \1,808 1.011')

x : .; -o'.1 to 8q>..eoibeiISuS, beiurfaitieiiMial: howl under .u,. In A j 1,1 l>'u invi'ope. '
I'tK! (0..0.. or ,, : ln 10. tract ( .U'l'A s t US.. \\ a tt.irv::
't. l 'r.1 c h+ JtI-crl. or to nine nit" ?:e*/I, Ito f .1111111! uu )cent" of ,
.Joa15". eo..;".". of Ijindia Mid VoluhUCoiaiy, 8.a.e of cltecu..ortwo.ts+ wu ttt| *. \u.' 1)+. I'. ;ill, on itinl f irr Jiy IN.I K-fctvCatifV.: .
+ ; li; '|SoSOoi FloiidOttoditiiiilajoue tbonsjod evcn Culrcrwell'M '.il.i fa-,*Gud: ,." price ::; iitjivnvTiiisiMr:!: i I ocwi.! !'. .
..... buat'-.ec'! rail Oity.iour fury ''j'jj on Ct'U'Ildl", *""! ilic I'uWifjCIIA8.J.C. : -, \1. : t'uFnltf.ft n.' 14i; u'a LI'PCi'Nt.ySh :
BALK 8u Jonas: ut'.'. t'.Vj-ije liltff, KLINE&CO.: 1J..\' 4.4 uii'c: uc.l'. )U: tou<'M.atSi.Muryii i i"ax
ia me retied! owned by E:>.... oa''tiouua. l'i;.tn. or MI J::; Eowei.,. New York. Fiiti, ndQu. Jjrt'i.i.

I upon and niuciilbeiforn: will P.IV lie fctute end J'o>,.oaice Lox: ".660, tll tr.! lIn.lltlJoCIiu.s on Kt. Jo:,,,'. 'ihrr.ti.MM : .
I : Aueiioa la County X'H "o. year ISn, and np- esitiftron. July, lC08.-lj. JI: .l'V.I I Ci.; wlI;!! ItfjT9 l's'a,Li
la the Town of unl-tUe saute i U T viJ before EVEIIV: TUI.CSIJ.J.c1.odtWe: I
it the) day of bale. EVEKV 1'1:10.ull Fdvennnk:
..., &ai. of for t
: seventh day of IICCDKS MARSH, Wotic (:barlruon! EVfllV: MATfUDIV: : ai M I
ibeu'ualhonni SbeiiffsmlEx-ofiic'o, : o C'tI\J' : ,; .1. M t
Tax A.error and Collector, .Ipi'li'i.I! ,
utccl, or;, tenet Voluiia County. months after this date, or a* wmHer
Vo'ost Sia e SIX the rxplI!ration: of MX months -
r.tr.ri..e: liorWn. St. .JobiiS
iboi* aad ae'-t, June IUVAX '18G9.-gym.. tram ih.: d;4lf, us ilio .iiulgo ol Vrolwicu ; Bousesv.

Tb'r! hale!" noun as -. "lliccbtMiy of J'u .....M will tut+..r.u
,;':1.'. .J.I. oub: 1 0. .t.\.nuZ'1,1:; ,:. ni']"l.n.iuit; for lanes tUnti iynoni Sr. (.tui'u.KSrt: '1"'. Zrli i
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'e JtwiIO: i ho mint'kiioc ot: Lt9.. r..,iitK* uIl1'illiuw .
r\ v:1 ''n rrtJ 1": .: r.utt Lt.e t
.at.: Dojle e iiwr MOnl u.t '''''aI
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: .o t4u(4 ib..', b ,. It It lu/o.i' anti .stud Cf'8J119tI, ..iilll : ( ,'Itl ItMentj: 1. If. t,4'..ll'% U.tVfc I." .f.|,t..t .
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; .J. tiny liter cS'.t .o. ss.e i'.. '*', ic A.'e ."i'. 'ii tent : SJ I ".t II.eon".1! | ,:...i.i-- Vnrfa .:
: .n4 Sptm.... vft... Co:,t> lior .f 4 ie juwd <*i* Euterir tolsory as f irutorvl. milNAill. 1I"LIe. e. .. o i i.n: .t t' >i t.. i .. fur. > .'. \':'* Is." '.r
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is ,.-u.1 before : "e. C' a.'., o :. (Vo -It.; Nu.e:' of .i.fnin.a.fa'ur U& ; lac.alarc5 { <.t."i...o in" .,t. ,. :'y ,!.,. t.....

Flu, :,t." ltd Mrauiy he w. *e'n.i. tiny < T-. 18.S .-'::1U.I ,:," t:: '0 ",. ., I '1' ..\ 111111" .....' ...
a i : i : 11L1Ut'1I. ii'-j>.e...b. ,. 18<. }. M.r.a J9 triulliountor.tlf __ __ _. 1.10. art. t'C-:''" e h.." 1'
Es: 'oCii to, >, t .u c:r.u'o' !.. crl t, or tract 'J..V. I, t.\'AM.: /.
i an1 1 Collie.or, of Lnt' in P..1' ,! County ..i\ "I5t.lt, title oi m@tiiee. lit", .. .
; Vo1u.a! !. County. 1.'to it:i.. ro ..& *,.t'jf.- tl\"o I lunJ.t-d acts, F.l' ;n",' .JI"'" 11. IN: ..<. "
: Iriuj 04 II. C'c.:1 .be county of -

.... 1'o4tit.owar1bJ'aarltLin.eF' ti Co., werk' after c1"Ie1iII! nj j.jr+ 10 : 1
01O.r11cJ ;bi-re"f M tvillpiy the! Stale SIX+e Judge or .lle I'toWe ('twill ufM. riika.T .

'S SALE. rand! Cwnuty infor Ihi'J aud ex ",aitesIhe.too Joan' Cuniy for Lrticr of .\.:...iui........ f

.. ,'a1f11'- tLe RIMe ia paid before Lion on the lUtate of Anna lie-"tutu' 'f'1 ; I wetLau.tr : t "ia .:
ntevesied CC a.r. tI, j
the of...If. 1
liar late of St. John doc-Mnil. .
County "
ilii Huu. .
: and shall offer ttEUllEN MARSH.Sheriff inafMifff o Jt't'%; t. \ ic r.:yaLt
in float of the V.I1C.tXuI:7aSt ;: 4 uI..a nr si.: Ja ,.I" s" ftr r'Via
sad 'I.omeio. Augustine June :7.! 1&4: $. Cw.TT" ,, '
of Enterprise Tax .ISSCMOT and, Collector, fllr.n 'f',' o >,,1 I It Uri-' i-u: e nf
of Florid! on Vclusta :Iuti..I .... ti.i; .(it tfiiMs"il l 14 .:.1%: '
of September Florida ; ; ('flPh'Y II U.t.' Si.: e nr tit. panted< ol due:
Enterprise bWe Sale.ACOli'I'
boor of ale June Irt 18C8-3m. ft pi > Just mix uwi'tM; ,:(=,.> ttt'M'tl. tf: h .e. '
} or irae* o.* land r.\iiiKi: : : "L. I.IT"CTO! : : :.
Adt"d'.rr''xo: '"Iselt.er! it""i
by Henry TAX coi.LKcroirs SALE! fX) Urf of tinIfrnxmk: I
follows to wit s : Ulll-i t fi.ll, .. it +i.T1 1.
.. .roui':erg oil due :-'. JO'M'IIlintr I./t'r-
10. 10 In '.. 'tli. .: ;. 1':1' ,
Towot'jV flY VII UEofiJieponT ale '''' urn. i'iiu'uiit.4JISEVHO." I
: ling oa ,be ed law 1 b, Ic ftl out shall ---- -
by .
UJD Fur ''unb"e rlirnbert.rl'i'y .n ,
will l' .: .:.C". .., .... j
tbtierf us offer for sale C.l'ubfcAucllua, in trout : r'ilEIRA: :! : !

: IAXCM for year of the Court llonteiti the. Town of Enterprise June 0, ISf;. r; :'r :- TT 1 I
unless the Coua.y or "lui.., Sale of -- i ,, i-
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I : ", of sale. Florida, on Monday the nerrntti day, of rvvio rr""".. J 5. u nt.za.IN ..L".t1. J KSrbwmr tlJ1 ?

t UARtiit, Sepietn'je ISoS, be.wren the usual" liour ; .... .. ,
; KxH ft1cio, of ale, ibatcei lain lo. parcel, or ira.,t F. & b. L. DUNHAM ( .\ "r. i.. ".1.. "It i.f ..')\.\I" '.

sell CoUectoi-, of hnd containing two tboKtaml acre, ''" t .'V:<>'' (to i..I" t.I.. .
'.otll.:& Con oly. in Volutla County, being Towu,bl 16. 1J lL\: 1'It: S l SPit j. fitRt ll'e'rr'I. |I'":u t!.-jii".:!I". H.1"&lII.t..l" .-

Jtaf1e, CO, South and taunt, Ijiuj; near :, N..e 1'III) ic.iic a t41rYa'1..",,
: ,. Fprlaj Garden Lale. owned b/ \\nu It. GOODS, J"C'atIJ/In; : slit F,. .\e';;"'.;.!... "Oi..I1'-,
plywood or no mach tbereo-'m will pay i I.oi': i* ti Ii* ., i.tnl'-iT: t.u ::1;... t ',.
SALE. Ibo taxes due be Slate. and County for Clothing, Hats, Boots, f.-um SrTJ...n..!..

year ISti?. and. expense I be.eon, unless fc* U Fns'il; *-':i ]HT (,-n ,f',....;!,rai r it:.. ,
la no vert- lb. same Is paid before I:lie day of kale.REUCEN and Shoes; tuber trsc?. !

npoa and shall \UHII, For H-niit-r pju.ciili.'. j Wy" /oI'ta,- tbo
net Ion In front Sberiffand Ez-oflicio, AND . ; Town of En- Tax Atvmer and Collector, General ComminHtouMorchuutt Jii'yl'.'.. r.-t. .

.1. ,' "1tt SIsle of Volutla County. *. -. .. -. I'- .-- -- -- \
seventh day of Enterprise Florida, ict.
HI. Fiat. ; 'fjJJJ6'ja
UJ1IMURt'. 7l
Ibe usual hours June lat 18CS-8m.
Aug. u. I, &e.
) paicel, or piece v I i iA
one lamb
nitiala' said Vo- AnctcatCltjRESTAURANT. Real Estate Auctioneer .1..it.I faro *,'* r';sip: A fitMutia ...

Henry Mat'ala and Broker. >ptun" she f<,. In.... s. aWi: !
ba&er, ajenl or a toile fiorii t"t'0'1&..", in t=1. J..liu"-. xCali
pay the State and COA CLOTTX Sraxx r.-Soita or G ctcxo. THE: UNUEKS( : ux.n11,1: if. Ii lu. :Onc.tit i .t..Vr: l<. ..v. n

i ,and expensea well know a rnd popular' Retreat, pay particular alt eat inn to .....n.u..1U1t.; ..p -ill tent I'n.'''o*. %ti.u 4ti

Is paid before THIS recently beta ie-GaeJ and AbMINISTIlATOUS.: EXECU-: : tlualla-e v.tct: "sans:; tiers' xrp.n:: "-
ally )leMiu: r.'.... tad.o.. wfjTvi'iiMi.lorals
furnished in pMl.'e. for the aecobfmodal GUARDIAN'S. I
; TOILS, n'MiaU.iu ..,... linn
MARSH. ; $ per annum :
Ion of comfortable
s : oas
: Ex-offcio, PtivATa ROOMS for Parties and TllIISVKIlJi S VI.KS. dratwur ...II."r-slrnt11.l.tbt.d. .1.t <<'..',' ;!
aid Collector floor And will buy sod 'r'l I:E.I. ESTA1E 1""M..1: alto "II"'r! Im'"*. Midi. e, I.rt... ;
REAOISO are attached.
Pcouo when lAtfoto sndwiUatieml .. '....1.I a'l .
Vomits Couatl. required' : 10 on lnsra..dJyrarca: n m
The L1QLOD8.
: 1.a1e.1. any pal t 0'8i. John's CoMny, Du..n't .4( 111'''' t ..iai5 p'.."... 1'hc!
will bo found
and ALES. :at the bar, .'
31. II. ANDIIEU.St. : f> in .win f", .n.O.1lht' 'Ttr It r aMiit* ;t r
which U also aappUed w b ICE enabling: ;
r, the House to furnish nit ibe popular Augn>,:.ic. .'1... 'tnt .rnf ii Ri'i::

a.Sttle. eoollnjc drinks, during the summer. ..- .-- M.SII' f fa
Tbe Proprietor grateful for the. liberal GOOD ARTICLES. ....:t.1 lr..rl of la'id al..ut its miles. fiomtii

patronage heretofore extended io him, Tobacco, ".... )Ian..r t',!' e a: > ,'j.y ,.f>+. .\UII..lif' iin.l 1t1"I 11 nee
residences trusts by his. aUemlon lo the wants of his NAVY Smoking Geiulna 1'1'.". able lions n n.riablr i .a, .....".. Tbrnlrartaiiout .

patrons, to merit a continuance of the June iO, ltxt$. R. E. CA Rll. i 1" esllel Lire .'Ial I"'ltloc" bsc now .
fine shade trees, aame. ihiiftKi'ifan.j. buy ..it'?.* of 11111!
? the I Bay. The H. M. SNOW. W. HOWELL RN1M LireOak : ec"iiaio<. aliuttt eighty .cin. 1 1u..illll'

April 1868.LEAF ,r8TMl.
grounds win be {
'I. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR For let mi ami futrtirulAn apply lu I'


P LAW.PALATXA. Auctioaacr sad Eoal Estate Agent, Cheese trackers;: Asst.B.E.OABH.. FLA. at Picolaia. or lM. ..
; Court House. 11. ANUUEU:, i.\u-iiMiii: i
FLA.Aupst OQce at .
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: 2f,1867. May S3, '18G$. MerA "S. 18C8' .)Isy 18h| 1W7. Cm.TS' ..loom't: it IHr" > 'J- .
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-- ---- jackfioa T1 a'. Telegrams from a number of lo7

t 31I.Ua, exal becoming intensified, and the popular Important Orders.By 'I shall have no policy of my own calities in the States of Illinois, WisU%

t I impression is, that we are approaching I the people.U. cousin, Iowa and Minnesota, with A
I :. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLOftlDA i a more serious crisis, than an order from the War Department to interfere against 8. GBAST." two or three exceptions, announce L
I I even the war of the rebellion. The I
issued r by the Adjutant the of small grains unpreceft
; RATCRBAY AUG. 8. it :' oldest and bravest men, speak out of the a I say again, fellow-citizeus, remember dented crops both in quality and If
their fears. One of the most distinguished General, with the approbation I the fate of ancient Borne, ,
-- generals of tho Federal President, the Military surveillance, an kote' fur no candidate who will and the corn never looked better. Jt
It U asserted that unless some blight *. l
army, who Is cot now in political which has been exercised over w, not tell YOU with the frankness of an
both the small
life, though lately sympathizing with has been withdrawn and we are left Independent frcctr en, the principlesupon should come, : grainQ\
will be
and the the Ml
I H HFOR the Republican party, is satisfied of to tho tender mercies of the gentle which if elected, ho"will administer crop largest e' gathered corn: crop in. the North- \J
I tho fixed determination of his late your government.

H political associates to overthrow the men now assembled at Tallahassee "'That map; deserves to bo a slave west. .. t ", '"

Government and seize the Executive end their white, coloured and pie who would vote for a mum candidate" RAW llr.tr, according to the accounts t ,.

power" bald: backers, throughout the State wnen his liberties are at stake. of travellers,.has for a long .. l'

I PRERIDENTOFTHE U. Senate and House, appear to be The Third Military District ha* "AHDREW. JACKSOS.. been a common article of diet in ( 'I

tl t : Horatio Seymour alike disgusted, with the carpetbag ceased to'exist, and for' the future OfB SIfTUIIKT.-.Tbo.IF present Abyssinia. The correspondents of .

t or NEW roaE. rabble, which they hare themselves the States of North Carolina, South is qot a political. controversy tho English: : papers attached toNapier's

.. legislated into tho Congress of the Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and between .Whigs sal Democrats. It army therefore this directed fr.4
attention to point and
r United States, as representatives of Florida, will constitute the Department is. a straggle for life or death. Our confirmed.
FOIl VICE PRESIDENT. found tho The
honor dearer than our life, is at report
the Southern people} and while the of tho South, under Major correspondent of the London Telegraph
the of
: stake The man or set men
whole batch of Southern Senators, General MEAPE.HSADQCABTKSS that denies mo the right to vote, in mado a trial of this kind of

MISSOURI. (God save tho mark) were effectually TUIID MI LIT AS V DlS- the State.in which I live, Isniy political food. lie says that it b eaten with 1

..- ._._.-----_ ._-_. snubbed,:in their greedy raid upon Talc, (UKFARTMKST 0(08014, AU- opponent, but InI personal enemy, a great deal of Chili pepper and
\ ass AID FtOSlUA), AVUKTA. GtOSQIA, mustard and the prejudice against i U
;While! to ouneleet Albert ,
tea reuree and foe."- Pike. .
tho treasury, in the matter of their July 23, 180H.-UKVUAL UI III, No. deadly.

.atertyA1. ttftJfflnfny our. Wit / a Mr. It Dtatlyo Ivt'rturs *108_ _,-ett I *Tbs srorsl. .)a Mutes_i M SX compiling. an* _._ n...... being'.onco, !lpptAor overcome, there is lo noth the '
I .. ... -- + nisty
.. ,,I but\ cigar': act, of their assembllef, coafonatd- to the EMOR, or TSNUx tszs.-The Shelby. flavour of raw beef. **
"" ;Ui'l i i to ," ness, to Identify himself, with tbo requisitions of Ibt act Congress which. villa Union expresses a preference __ ...a--- J
tontritiutiitni/rom our fclluw.ettt became a law June 'X, 1WIH, and civil for Andrew Johnson as the Demo A HE.MUIIU: (JUKKX.-Some
now Impeachment movement, against government having been Inaugurated la American ladies at Copenhagen,
candidate fur Governor of
"/ the grate gucttiont which each, tbt military power vested In lb. cratto
President Johnson in ad
called the of
aijiMit the public .1",1 whrthrr ] DUlrlet Commander by the Reconstruction Tennessee at tbo next election. The who recently on Queen
I ministered to himself, from the Laws, by the provisions of these Union asks, "would )Ir. Johnson Denmark, wore not a little aston
opinions coincide with ours or wit. Speaker tbo House, a rebuke that laws ceases loeilst- -and hereafter orders accept such a position fit and answers i-hcd to ice that she woro a cheap

: ncir'jmxr, ice conildcrt ihvutil old members was one of the Issued from these headquarters and. its own question, "wo are certain ho draw, and that on rising to receive
it say of and
variant thadrt bearing upon the rights persons them she laid on'her table cotton
Johnson a
imlcxit/the of ;" would. If President
must severe, ever delivered from the property, will have, In the several Stairsot
tar untiment in the sec/ion t f (Jeorgla' Alabama and Florida, onlaurbfurct / should consent to accept tho rand!* stocking, oo which she had been
I 'i. tehich it circulate Our Chair, and as well. merited. it was U ... to them bIhe / they) of the Democratic party lu the knitting.
1 severe. Courts and l.eglslstures of the re- next election ho would strike terror _. .
r .. are opts, '''',/ '',/ any sppctlve Blairs. t>> the Radical: cohorts Homebody has given utterance to

j nictitiunt properly written/ !: eRg AIV IZATI05. :L To conform to tae changed eoodl thtseveral .. tho following scrap of puilosophy.which .
lien of affairs lie commanders of .
paninlty a rttpomille name, sub-Districts, hereafter to be I'AIUC nm MR. IUvix.--Paul if It bo not good, Is at leant

Iprnonal in their character, nor The great duty, of every patriot at designated as Districts, will, without delay 1I:1)lc11.); engaged at present in procuring cool. 'The poor tnan'a ;puna may
this time, is to Assist heart and soul, withdraw all detachments of Iroopa signatures of Democratic be empty, but ho has as much gold

latelyinjariuasintheirtendenry.The in a thorough organization, of the whether Infantry or cavalry, and ronc.nIrlt.lhelr member of Congress to a petition in thoftunsft, and silver in the moon
tI command, u hereinafter di ..,king the President to pardon Jefferson as anybody/
Conservative force,'In view i of the rected.
I Federal C.a "eH.I ..
Davis. Among those who -.r
I great: political contest, of Novembers, I b. In the District of Florida the posts have attached their signatures are Believing in himself will carry a .' ,

Congress has adjourned to The timo.hu arrived, for vigorous i to be occupied b/ the companies of the Messrs. Gets, Nicholson, Glossbren man a great way and believing that .

the 21st of action, and the whole people, ttyor- 7th Regiment of Infantry, will be ner, Niblaek. Davis, McCreary.; Sit- someone else believes in him willgive
gain oo September, Two
St. eompanl"LTlmp.
Augustine- him his
t and Trimble. Cor. N. Y. new courage journey.
J I Tided I it shall be deomed oughly united, should devote their Bar-Two companies.Jacksonville greaves F ,
best efforts to work, out their political -Six companies. Tnlmtf.A .. Admiral and bin fleet
I by Senator: MORGAN, of New The headquarters the Regiment,and : .
and llepresrntaUvo SCIIENCK salvation.A the District will be at St. Augustine and ''I'' letter received from ex-President .IIJtlItlt'flA make a creditable: appear.ancu .
conspiracy has been concocted the Colonel Commanding) assign the Pierre by ex-)larshal Hoover in }:tlrnlrean; waters, but these
''I' at Washington, among the scalawagand : Lieutenant Colonel lo the po c of Jacksonville of Washington; District,says Seymour junketing; expedition, oo s"a and
Aunng the matsurai. passed carpct-ha: Representatives from and the Major, Hut of Tampa i i" perfectly!' mttelartury i ; to the New el .'.aere. for Ibo entertainment i>f
laws, during the late session or Ocnwierais. and will "nflUx-r, arc ""i.1! tn test nur
Discontinuation of and Hampshire carry navy
the The >> |*Hls
tho .
I '. of's session are tho bill removing South to deprive people of the cessation of control over civiP; cutters. thu Slate beyond a ,doubt in surely taxed 1 people some (fifteen million .
these States, of selection ot Prcsldcntial enable DI..ricnul'.ull r.. and NovemberMr. dulbr annum.
\ >' internal revenue tax on I't" Electors, by causing the so chiefs of staff departments to make large: . F ,
bill declaring; what shall redactions in tb. personal and materiel in ChifMtfii died
I Seymour wait President of tl.e! \ girl : tecetitly
called of the
of the Court Legislatures; States, to of their commind and 'a "fa iiewlle.whirli
quorum Supreme New York Convention! foiirJav*. As "twallowiu: point .
staff officers, i-Iericl: !Ubvr
seize the right of electing them but
another bill on the jurisdiction ; &c.. will at once be ordered to their. companies in tro scriptural prophecies II.Clay i.acid LJ broke off while hu was ptrkit"

I this court; the bill: to provide fur we think, even Radical effrontery, and every effort made to retrench to stand for a year we may )propr> her tcetaa with it.
: would hardly go that far, in view of expenditures and enforce economy. Inspecting he:+y that ho will e President of the ---- .A... -
security equal: rights ( ; its effect the Northern elections officers are instructed in their United States four yer It i* emnrwtcd that nn fewer than
; African :descent) in the [ upon ; inspections give special attention to the ... one hundred and ixty-cijht Mexican
t. and even, i if such ,a thing should manner in which the above is executed Mexico UenrruLhave tho
Columbia, the regular and and to failure to comply with city "ill. before Inn?, be au ec to presidency
and a number of extraordinary prove possible, organization is only the same.report any in direct telegraphic: couiuitinieutioii of their country. .

the mora necessary, to show, by a By order of Major General Meade: with New York and thus with .
I propriation bills, the bill to compact vote of our whole strength.who 8. F. BABMW. Europe: If this communication hid The List novelty is i a fan that ran '

further the reduction of tho Acting Assistant Adjutant General. existed a year ur two ago, perhapa be used an a pnrasnl, a veil, or a
are really: the Electors of the .
Official: Geo. Meade.The
tho hour. labor bill bonnet.
eight (a sop .. .. Maximilian would now have been .
people of the State. .
buncombe), several Washington correspondent of enjoying private life at Miramar, instead r
I and Southern State restoration ORGANIZE then thoroughly, in the Boston Advertiser, a Radical of sleeping in the Imperial: B. A. PUTNAM.

; a Southern retiefbillIC'eral.hia every precinct, proceed at once 'to journal says : The new impeach: vault of the Capuchin church at ATTOR\KY AT LAW

j tho formation of clubs, use every meat scheme brought forward: in tho Vienna.Nldctralk. AXIl
and tobacco tax bills changing the t
effort to break up 'Secret Leagues: Houso on Saturday, resulted in ales .4. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
I on whiskey, among otb.r things, Etiquette.
which of the socalledcarpc't
!ou some
and the coloured Office it 1'alatka Putnam .
FREE people, from Some of our exchanges have the Count/
two dollars to cents gallon take heart
\ < fifty a -bas en may: to "
:. providing checks and safe- tho political slavery, to which they with great: benefit the country and following on sidewalks, which wo Florida.
I Julv 2o. 18C8.
d i against whiskey frauds; also a are condemned, by its secret forms, themselves. 31r. Hamilton Fla., commend to the attention of our
grips, and oaths. was tmbitloua to shrine in the mat readers : J.B.STIOKNEY.COUNSELLOR
,- in relation to taxing shares in In Mississipi, the radicals were ter. Tho Speaker had: told him Only villagers, or poisons with ..

,; national banks,the bill to defeated by the coloured people privately over and over again, that rural ideas any longer contend that and SOLICITOR.
: the Frecdmcn'i Bureau ladies should be the inside
one the subject could only bo introduced always given LAW OFFICE
themselves who ,
by strcncons exertions when there other business of the pavement in passing. The
li i longer,the manufacturers' relief was DO sa. AHguntlae, Florida.
I several bills ,upon the part of the whites before the House ; but Mr. Hamilton rule adopted in all cities U to turn to August 8, 18G8.
removing political
were made to see, wHo were their persisted in rising to antagonize the right, whether the right I leads to

bilities,I and the bill excluding r tree friends, aLl that Radical protectIon it with more important subjects, and the wall or to the gutter, and an oh-

o : the Electoral'! College. ,.those was the protection, which when he got! the floor, instead o' servancoofthis common sense' rule Notice.
': which shall not have been presenting his impeachment: matter, would obviate much unpleasant
I wolves give to lambs. The
I according the terms, imposed ho began to lecture the Speaker, scourging by overgallant gentlemen, persons Indebted to the Estate: of
the bills fal exertions here, if not followed by the charging him with slighting both who persistently crowd for the outside ALL. A. Fowler deetastd. art rt-

Congress. Among same. success, would certainly tell him (Hamilton) and his propositionThe of the walk. Another custom, quested to make Immediate payment,aad .
through, are those for the rcduc strongly upon the election., OROANIZC Speaker thereupon administered not required by fashionable etiquette, all persons bating claims against asJd-
of the and estate, art requested present the same
.uha and which is
,: army providing then, and trorJt. to the half fledged representative a nearly as explainably properly authenticated to the Undersign
I : tially, for arming the negroes of .. rebuke that will not soon be forgotten absurd, U the practice of men filling ed within the time prescribed bj Jaw or

i South, :various tariff propositions THE FLOOD IN BALTIMORE. by any one in the chamber. Old a church pew, making themselves as this notice will be pleaded bar of their
members say that it was ODe of the ridiculous u an "awkward squad" recovery. .
.j tho general tax bill for Mr. By advices received through mail JAMES W. ALLEN.
most severe ever delivered from the practicing a catch-step, in order to
In the Northern cities, andj wo learn that the recent flood in chair, and as well merited as it was give a lady the wrong 'end of thepew. SL Augustine,.August 18G8.-8w..

.i: business circlcs'generally, much | Baltimore has proved disastrous in severe. The impeachment was quietly Another it that of a man,

I prehension is felt, as to the the extreme. Nearly all tho city buried under the table of the when at promenade or walk with a Motice.EUR .

; Congress re-assembling; right on; bridges were swept away, Houses Judiciary Committee, on motion of lady, to keep himself on the outside
;: eve of an exciting Presidential) floated off, the railroad washed away Governor. Boutwell.REDCCTI01f will the pavement. A little judgment weeks after dale, wo win apply
mm t m convince any person ot the perfect HOB. the Judge of the Vro-
:Y ection and great regret is exp and cars swept off. Throughout the or NAVAL FORCES. uselessness of this bobbing back for the County of 8u John's

that i it did Dot, as usual, : entire city the damage to life and Orders have jtan issued by the Secretary and forth at every corner.. The com Bute Real Estate of Florida, for an order to sell tht

', : 'til December ; while an uncowfa property was extensive. Some \of of the Navy to Bear Admiral mon rule b this: If men and women of said County of deceased Nathan W., for Roberts the pameatofthtjastand late

: bio feeling of alarm and dist the streets were under water to the Davis, commanding the South are walking together, she should always lawful debts of sail de
Atlantic to cut down his be his
Squadron, at right arm, whether it ceased.
I : the future has been caused b1' I depth of ten and twelve feet, and force one-badf. This will necessitate be toward the inside or outside of tho FRANCIS ROBERTS

!f infiamatory tone, of Congressi fur some days perfectly impassable the return of several of the war vessels walk; then the woman, will not beshored Administratrix

E speeches, with regard: to the except by means of boats. No ac ] now in those waters. It is left : against the passers. Those ROBERT W.Administrator ROBERTS.

curate estimate has been made to tho discretion of the Admiral what I who gg1e'at who follow St.
I : ern Governments and the.Sout as yet persona Augustine, August 8, 18C8,-4w.
; of the loss of but it will vessels shall be tent home. The this rule are themselves the
Electoral vote. property, .
Navy Department expects to hear "greenies" and should read tr}e book LEAF Lard in Keno Herring Cod
: Tho fiottonJ'ott says : "The reach a very high figure such a from him on the subject in about a of manners before they indulge in Cheese, crackers. Assi.

:;-: Ing'of apprehension here, is rap' flood has not been knows for years a month I !laugh: at fashionable fools. a March 2J. IQ. U. f K.: CAim.

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