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: September 26, 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
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System ID: UF00048642:00111

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.1:"". VIRTUE of the power laaae'vested BY VIRTUE of tht .era ale rested (
' lrtne. of the Power t* no vttted aid shall lav. I have levied red than AUCTIONEER.ST. .
B by law, I have lend upon I by upon
-:.: by Uw I luve levied ttfeaaad shall offer for tab at Public Auction la front offer.for sale at Public Aaetioa fa front I .AOGVSTINE,FL '
PUBLISHED' EVERY SAVJDEDATt otter torah at Publla AMhfMfti frectofthe of tho. Court House la the' Town of *a* i of the Court House lathe'Towa of Eaterprise ATTEND to all balsas la kl..
State Court House la MM of St. WILL
OKy 81..01 of Vofeeit State of
't < totfriet.! County of Totasia County entrusted felt cart. ,
*- iBgBstiat St. John's COB *?, State of Florida oa Monday the wreath day of Florida, oa Monday the tevesia day of y
.. Florida, oa Monday the 7th >y of 8foteaber September 1868,between the usual hours Septembe 18C8 betweea the ttsoal hoars

,8*. uadI. SI."kn Co. 1868, between tat used boars of dale, that certaia lot parcel, or taet of tale, that certaia lot. parcel, or piece u' ALL CONSIGNMENTS Wit
.., :;' : .ale, all that acI1l4tc1lD01tfl or half la of land ..,.14 County of ;Voluila Slate of ground I coatalalac about oat fourth RECEIVE_ PROMPT A ATTENTION
Strut which the But of Ifct State of of Floridan containing four thousand eal acre ia the Ton of Voloeia,fa taM Vo- '
t Georgia had or auy have la that certain returned tats owned 'Ke Mathis It '
ar hundred acres, owned and by County by ry Mai'rLddaffij.
'f'" 1Q V oflindn .what II kcwn M the F. Chakt, or so teueh taareof aa wffi and returned : A. Paar, uamL or .

Kk'I MA1T""'" iAll'1.V twelve mJU'" &fit Staereit ....... l.f" lJ'u .... dtrteofYD IrIE .... Li!
end expeasee thereon oaletk the tame ia County taxes for year 18$ ,end txeeaset .. e. I
PEOPBIETOR. s 00.) more or less, tald tract of paid before the day of salelREUBEN thereon, unless the same is (aid before CONDUCTED BT TUB: SUTRJ or
land being bounded oa oat.... by land
the of Sale. ,
MARSH, day 1
J belonging to D. L.Clinch m the South Sheriff and Ez-osleto. REUBEN MARSH, MKCY. l'
. TDO OF SUBSCRIPTION.Oae by Puttie Road and oa the other side by I Tax Assessor and Collector" Sheriff and Ex-officlo, 1 v

co9>,erne ytar, 8100M lands, owners unknown Wee the tract I '-o1alaCowa'1. Tax Assessor and Collector, FTUIE Exercises of this. Institution win '
I M .f gUaentka 1.60 formly baloBgiogto 0. L F. Clarke of St. Eaterprice Florida, Volusla County. J.bo resumed on lit Monday Feptember

,t t. 'M .. three Bo&ths, 1.00 Augustine, Deceased, tad purchased from June lit 18C8-8m I III Enterprise Florida, need!. I
t- 83.Ne mbscriptioa takes for less than him by oat Rested Burnett,said moiety or II The above sale, postponed to Monday Jane lit 18G8.-? m. For further Information tpply at the
; rn..atb. half hating been deeded the said Bank Academy, or for prospectus.!Address I
Tth of December 18C8.REUBEN .
day The above sale is postponed to Monday
of tht State of ; John T.
Georgia by MOTHER
AQ tuUecriptioas most be paid la advance. I MARSH, Tth day of December 18C8.REUBEN SUPERIOR.
Myrick United States Marshal, under
August 291868. .
I"; date of Tth July 1851, or so much thereof late-Sheriff and Ex-offido, MARSH.lateSheriff ,
at will the Taxes for 1867, Bad Tax Assessor and Collector, and Ex-officlo, \
{ pay year
Volnsla County. Tax Assessor and Collector,
expenses thereon Bales the same is paid i Notiee.f
... will lit Inserted oathe before the day of sale. September Tth 18C8. Volusla County
(f. following terns A. D. !ROOERO September Tth 1868.Manhood \\

I t Two dollen per sre of twelve lines Sheriff and Ex-officlo, TAX COLLECTOR SALE.BY week't after date.Twin apply

; aad under,for the first Insertion, tad one Tax Assessor and Collector, VIRTUE of the power>> la me vested : How Lost, EIUR HOB. Judge of Probate for'the
1'-; ,foliar fer each subsequent Insertion. 6u John's County by law, 1 have levied upon and shall SL John's State of Florida, for
How Restored.
E_II.I'and legal notices to be chargedtht St. Augustine Feb. 15,1868-Cm offer for sale at Publio Auction ia front an order to sell tho Real Estate of Ana ,
teat M transient advertisements ex of the Court House the Town of Enterprise published. a new edition of Br, Hurlbert deceased in said County and
..notice dismlssioa as Administrator The above tale Is postponed to Monday County if Volusla, State of lJ8T '. Celebrated State for the payment of the just and
the 6th of October>> 18C8.
l i ,for which the charge win be twenty day .\. D. ROQERO Florida, oa Monday the seventh day of oa the radical cure (without lawful debts of said Estate and for die
dollars. September 1868, between the usual hours medicine) of Sraax atoeanaw or Seminal I. trib tlon. '
late-Sheriff and Ex-officlo.
I Obituary aoUeee and tributes respect of sale,that certain lot, parcel' or tract Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Loss MARY II. ALLEN
Tax Aneaior and Collector
A liberal diseouat Btadeea yearly adTerUsemenu. Tth 18ft.,.St. Johns County. Florida containing one thousand seven capacity. Impediments to Marriage, eta ; Ann Hnrlbert deceased.

AU yeariy advertisements September hundred and forty-four acre, lying oaSt. also Garxrvtox, EriLtror, and FITS, August 29,18R_ *_. 4w.,
sat be paid quarterly advaaeo. a John's River near Cabbage llluff, induced by mll-iudnlgence or sexual ex -

--- TAX COLLECTOR'S SALEB1'vlrtueotthe owned by Estate, of Thomas Filch or so travagance.fiadr B A. PUTNAI-
TAX COLLECT011S SALE. much thereof u will pnv the Stall* and Price, in a sealed envelope, only '
power ia n>o tested ATTORNEY AT LAW:

of tho Power me vested levied upon and County taxes for yesr. 12'1r.'au,1 U i expenes....f. <>rents celebrated author, in thin ailmiraMf Asa
BY'vlrtae I therrtu unles the uit lwld 'reIL. The -
I have levied and shallaer wall'. fur ..a10.. J'uLU.uctIOD in
nnoa 7 '
dry of Iat. w for cleat Public Auction ia front front ethic Court HOUM In aLe Town of I SOLICITOR
fM1.Et.1.: ; JI.tout'r : /iantri um-Mtul lint the
of the State Court House ia tho City .( Knterprhe. Tiiuuty of Yulu! la. Male of liilly .. prartiee. Utk 1'utnxm: t'nunty
t "n.l1:1it"i: ; ,;; 'an.elnraci s sal M'"I'UMI'IDIII. \
'. 8t.ABgBStlBe.8t. John's County, State Florida. OB Monday aLentlalb day ufCc'rt..natwr .. ,, 1'I.1.ta. hJule.1 4
Tax .ts f wf Florida MB MoaJv the Tia day ofSeptember 1808. bittern ihvutualboiimr0r. *"* tSI
l-4 ial'otu internal liciue the : .18th.; t
(J fly.Cuterpri.e Mrs ? : rte .or
iftclt,1etweea the n.ual Ituuud hat ecnaic lot pared, or tract _..
Florida of the knit! l --
lion out
staling H
sale, all, the undivided Interest of of lint U mMwny of Voluiia. State : .rt'lit-a'i i1011'2LL
firtitin. and l KORI.VSOX.ATIOUNEY
June 14lt4i.i" at .
m 8-100 six huadred and tight 3-100 of Florida.fxmtiiin :fiveIIOUMU| >|acres,
Weed CharlesW. The above Pale is t"'I".1 to Monday! nl. by nican.if Hhirli every MitlVrrr. n<> : ASH nir.KLLUlt: AT
acres, which Jowph D or being:the Soittii half ufa tract kuu.a a*
Caautol had<< or may bare ia the Pellicer the Law Grant in Township., itt, Suutli' I Tth ,Uy of Uc vnilN'r i.h>#. miller what) condition! tray be. mn\' LAW..ST. .

tract of land ben and. described on Range:!. Ka... beluuging lb. E tate RKUl'.i\ ':ARSIf. cure hiets.dclcaply, privately, iudruit .I ,.r:rS'TJXEFLA.
Ualtei States Surveys as of D. I Clinch and returned lalt'-Phtril1'ItDII.t: !;. il\. (.Ally.gir: .
thotapretthe by IV>y'cand 08ierit Court Howe.
This: l .h wl l lee in the
eeotIaa Y9, Township 10. Range 30 8. ft; Rrently. Agents, or no much tiierof. *1 u Aco.+xor end! Collector, liandnnf rturs and> > iu May IMU ltol;;. Cm. .
E. aad ctmiraedtj the United Stales to win the rttate and Vo1u.U County.Hrplember every youth every tnun
as pay County taxes -- F. I
the land
the Heirs of Fraad Pelllcer the elder, far years 1HCQ and 1W7 and expenses < 7th 1$';H. JB.STICIJEY.I I
Sent, un'ler seal In a plain envelope,
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or so mach thereof will pay the State thereon, oulen the same is paid before
end County Taxes for year ItwT, and expenses the day of..1\1... TAX COLL : oR's SALK.UV :. to any mUrrcs postpaid. << on receipt of COUNSELLOR and SOLICITOR.LAW .
oi At' Lr.rulverweirvMarriaceOui'le .
: (eenti or two pt it iitttTnjin. -o,
thereon VBleae tht same Is paid REUSES 31A1Lil.
VIRTUE of the iu veitod 'Xcents. :
power tae price
before the day of sale.A Kheriff and E:-ofeclo, OFFICE
b,1..IIa." levied and shall Address the Publishers. .
D. ROQERO Tax AsseMvr and Collector upon sa AngBfttlnc, nerlda.A .
offer fur sale at Public Auction in riot CII.\S.J. C. KLINE & I'n.: ,
Sheriff and Ex.o cio. Volosla County. of the Court house lathe Town of Enterpriae 127 flowery New York "cu"t 8,18Gtt. .
Tax: Attestor sad Collector, EaterpriM Florida, County of VolusU, State of / PostXffice Box 4.it41. ..
St. Jooo'i Coontj. June let 18C8-8m. Florida, on Monday the seventh day ofeptember July d. lfiA! -ly. C.GIJ4J"lH.
St. Feb. 15 1868-Gm The aliovesale Is postponed to Monday $ 1808 between the usual hours ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Augustine TUiUsy of December lM/ of sale that certain lot, parcel, or tract LAW.PAliATKA.
The above tale Is postponed to. Moaday REUBEN MARH.late of land in said County ofYoluflia, State of Notice. FLA.iitfust .

the fait day of October 1868. herlffaad EI-Oieio, Florida, containing five hundred acres, I .\ 24, 1&G7.CHARLESTON .
A.D.UOQERO.lateSheriff Tax Ai and Collector liDloD Haw .',..k ia the county of .. .
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aad<< Ex-officlo, Voliula County Yolufla. owned by Haines Llnne/' Ca. NOTICE la hereby given, that on for AND FLORIDA
Tax Assessor and Collector. September 18C8. or so much thereof as will tale State ll| ant Tuesday the fob day In Octo-
St. John's County. and County taxes for IHiiT.pay awl (set, 1M8( at the Court louse, in the STEAMBOAT LINE !
September Tth 1868. City of St. Au .lIhe. County of St.John's ,
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.BY thereon, unless the same is paid before -
State of Florida i I will offer at
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.DY the day of sale.KF.CUF.S fublic all that certain portion of THEKTEtMER t
VIRTUE of the power la me vented MAUSII, outcry
VIRTUE of the power la me vested by law, I have levied upoa and shall offer Kueriff an I Ex-officio, landknu aa the Fort Peatea place, CITY POINT 1
bylaw, I have levied upon end shall for sale at Public Auction ia front of the Tax Assessor an.I Collector. being in the County aforesaid about ,
, Court House la thi Town of seven miles from said city of St. Angus- Tons
offer fer sale at PubUe Aoctloain front Enterprise, Volusia County. (deee ,)
of the Court House la Ihs Ton of Enterprise County of Volusla State of Florida oalioadaythe Enterprise Florida, tint ; containing eighty acres more or I
County of Yemen, State of seventh day of eplemb.r18Gt June let 18<)*-3m. less, being the estate of the Nathan CAPTAIM CUA8. WILLEY, I f

Florida,oa Monday the seventh day of &, between the usual hour of sale, The above sale is postponed to Monday Roberts, deceased.FRANCIS ROBERTS, Will oo and after July let, leave Charlesiton :
,,1 September 1868, Hetweea theusmal hours that certain lot parcel, or tract of had Tth day of December 1866.REUBEN Administratrix., EVERY TUESDAY: at 9 o'clock P. f;
of tale that certain.. 1 tract belonging to seal returned by Henry MARSH. 3!. Savannah for Florida EVERY
oiled la taid County oast.. Stand Rlehardsoa.described as follows, to wit t late-Sheriff and Ex-officio, I ROBERT W. ROBERTS WEDNESDAY at gn'eloekP. M. j touching .

Florida eoBtainiag oae hundred acres, W. I of 8. W. } Section 10. Township 16, Tax Assessor and Collector, Admlal 1IGG&.4w.Ancient rator at St.Mary's, Feraaadina, Jackson
-- ken u the EUxabeth Bench Grant Rang 88 South aad East,hereof/ oa the Volusla County. St. Augustine, Sept 12th rill, and all points oa 8u John's river.

lying oa the Halifax River betweea laadsjotaedby Halifax River, or so much u will September.11. 18G8. RETURNING will leave Falatka
w.Sharp end E. A. McDoasiald pay the State and County taxes for year City : EVERY THURSDAY, Jacksoavllle

or.. mach thereof as will pay the 1WJ7 and expenses thereon, traless the TAX COLLEL'TOU.S8ALE. CityRESTAURANT.: EVERY FRIDAY and Savannah for
and taxes for 180T IBM is paid before the day of ale
State County year STBRXTt-Socra orGaxuo. Charleston EVERY: SATURDAY,. at 8
and expense, unless the same. u paid .... REUBEN MARSH BY VIRTUE of the power lame vested o'clock A.)I. ,
.,' fan the day of tale.'REUBEN. Sheriff aad Ex-tficlo I by Uw, I have levied upon and shall nulls well known and popular! Retreat' April ., 1868,
'., MARSH, Tax Assessor and Collector, I offer for sale at Public Auction In front X has recently been refitted tad
. Sheriff and Ex-offlde, Volosla County. of the Court House la the Town of Enterprise furnished, ia good style, for the accommodation

Tax Assessor end Collector, Enterprise Florida County of Volusla, Stale of of its Patrons; comfortable Notice.
A" YlsoiCounty.z Jane lit 18C5-8m Florida, oa Moaday the seventh day of PBIVATB Rooxs for Parties, end kPrsuo

-" Enterprise Florida, The above sale ia postponed to Monday September 1808,between the usual hours RKADUO ROOM are attached.
I June Irt 1805-3m. Tth day of .enaI8G8. of sale,that certain lot, parcel, or trait The CHOICEST RISES, LIQUORS. (A LL persons indebted to tit Estate tf
The abets tale ls portioned to Monday REUBEN MARSH of land containing two thousand acres and ALES will be found at the bar, >% R. A. Fowler deceased, art,, re I

11. day dDeoember 8G81 Sheriff aad Es-ol6cIo, ia Volusia County, being Township, 1C. which is also supplied with ICE,enablingthe quoted to mats Immediate payment;and
South and East, House to furnish all the popular all having claims against paid '
REUBEN MARSH.latt8htriff Tax Assessor and Collector, Range,80 lying near ymxins .
efai Ex-officio, Volute County. Spring Garden Lake, owned by Wan R. cooling drinks, during the summer. estate, aft requested to present the ease
Tax AssessoV sad Collector September Tth 1868. Hay wood, or so mach thereof at will pay The Proprietor, grateful for the liberal properly! Aatae&Ueated to the Undersign
Volasla County. the taxes due the State and County for patronage heretofore extended to him, ed withiq the time prescribed by law,. or t
Eeptsetber tda 1_' year 18C7, and expenses thereon, unless trusts by his attention to the wants of hit this Dot in wW bo pleaded ia bar of their .4
the same is the day of salt. patrons, to merit a continuance of the recovery.' .
Notice.ALL IaR1UBE.( MAUSH ..... .-s UKI W. ALLEN.St. .

For Sale. SIa.ril'loDei Ez-oOclo, U. M. SNOW. Aujnatlflt.Aofwt 8,186e.-8w.

person Indebted to the Estate of Tax Assessor and Collector April 25. 18CS.PICKLEH..

: 'r NE of the most desirable residences. Papy deceasedare reqtiesied Florida Volusia County. Notice.SIX
Enterprise .
Q la St. Augustine.trge < to make Immediate payment;sad
airy house with fine shade trees, all persons having claims against said June lit 18G8 So. Cayenne Pepper, Black Pepper Ant:
- situated Immediately oa the Bay. The state, are requested present the tame The above sale is postponed Monday Spices, Nutmegs Cloves, Cassia ic. weeks after date, I will apply to .
-'. boose sad immediate grounds win be properly authenticated to the UaJenlfned. Tth day of December 181'.8.REUBEN Aug. 16, 18fa8. B. E. CARH Hoa. Judgt of Probate of St.Jubn's l!
I of within the time prescribed by law,or MARSH. COIIat for letters of adalafatratioa
'low Enquire M. B AXDBEtT. this notice wQl be pleaded ia bar of theirJOHHM.HESBY. late-Sheriff and Ex-o&elo LEAF Lard ia Kegs, Herring Cod. of Hannah 8.,.,.;
Cheese crackers. Asst. late of said County deceased.
,Auctioneer sad Real Estate Tax Assessor and Collector .
": Agent rccevery.
. St. Augustine. yolwls ComMy8ettca&ir B. Jt:. CARR. > GEORGE PEPIKO. ,

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CaD .0u101 bt s Radleil: tha XEU'ANDCHSAI
citilc- tent [ ] aow
't. isgsltiarl:llilliacr.i PROSPIO.TUSoFiai of three prominent was Call was a dangerous man and ought 10 J
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tend *
them BEEF
i oat to meet be out of the wry STALL
MHMJ-STiae Fltty DA. nor'., procUmaton tu.them,. and to 'Sifaed. \1'.. IltasAXOu.Tbt .- '
: ST. AUGUSTOC'EXAMINER.. remonstrate witl, them. The eputa- abort statements of Ur. HarrUot "IRoi- aDd alter this
BATniAY Grove Reel, somstlmes styled Governor, an } JC furnish 0f. equal t* any b lai*
.) ... k ... doa Diet them at China
U.J.. tales I.nel' lllt'ur. at fay ...rket ..t 0 cent per la.for iarrf-turur. .
'___ -4 ID, EVERY,8ATURDAV'AT from town and ) particolar.
v Church five miles ,
time in ny life approached Mr. or Gov. an 4 9 cents jr lt tot hinduancv, aj
proceeded to fulfill their instructions.The Reed titter directly or indirtctly, srar soon ucoo! weathtr sets la, 1 will furuUa

St. AI.*tIfORI.Jeba'rCee.. proclamation wet road to them, any other person or persons upon the I as fine mutton u can b* Lad ia any eitJAMES .

1'Ia. which they disregarded, remarking subject of supporting administration PSAXCHE2.f .
I that they were Bally Boy and were or the measures of his party. I never I rote. .ably 26, l8G&- .
111'MATTHIAS directly, nor Indirectly cpplicd to Got.heed .
determined to march jn town -
t R. ANDREA fur office ; our iut mated to him or
and kill snchtnen as they
their arms that under
\.. I PROPRIETOR.After any other person or persons I IVotice. .
chose," any circumstances 1 would accept office .
PfttRIOENTOf THCU.S. Twice more were they met and re from him : vr thai In any cwnunfnane<
FOR the Presidential election, we .... oonstrated with by the deputation, whatever I would support the lUdicaJ ALL persons indebted to the 4tst of
devote the interests Radinlmtuartt. hate never, Mkkkr deceased.
Horatio fiteymour post to oar paper, in party an rt-
who told them to come town peaceably
and la which entertained expressed quested to make immediate
off th*people community at any time or any payment sad
OP SEW YdaK. ws',i,.Ito the cxeksion of politics alUfctber. >> without there arms and they other feeling or opinion than the most uaqoaMed all persons having cUims against hi4
should be granted the liberty to i peak opposition to the measures of the estate,ar* requeytc*! to present tie t fIIIme

We Ire meota for a and not<<>> be molested. Still the negroes Radical partl, tad to those persons who properly sutbcaticatrd to lU Cadertica.
FOR VICE PRES OE 1T. fertber sad adequate of typo and were determined to carry oat made themselves the instruments of their ed within th*time prescribed by law. ,,
priatif material genera.and shall then hellish deiwa. forcible and fraudulent imposition on the this notice will b* pleaded to>r of their
FRANK P. BLAIB.OF prelIM to ear readers,a full sheet ampli.fttd ,all their previous people of this State. I have never at anytime recovery.
MISSOURI. and .,rofeeL both ia material ape The deputation being discouragedwent been upon terms of either social or VE.VANCIU MEIR,
,. pearaace tad matter. back to town. Soon tho armed political acquaintance stith Mr. or GOT. Admiaistratsr.

t W. have wcurtd the aid of aisle eontritaten mob marched into>> town with banners: feeed I ban had no conversations with DANIEL J. )MICKLER \,....
: FOR CONGRESS, and correspondents from dif flying and drums beating: nun.bcring him since he became a candilate. nor September :r. It'&.-h.
fit portions of our State, u well u ia bat. since his so-railed election ; I am. therefore .
: .Hon. W B.)BAKN1S.; other put of the Union and hope also to about fuur hundred men, many compelled to pronounce his statement A Borne for Every

7" bf JACK80X esUst la oar servics others from abroad. ins joined them on tho route. ,ia ail its particulars, a wilful and a
*" 5 ...; .h'-, '0 -i *3 ...Wi sbJ endeavor to fill oar colusm r A4te tutoring.Istn aMy .fci. makou IWttbMcL M -One. \1

ft" : tar Ttotottthfcrn Cultivator,forSeptember with: reading matter suited to the last of pan to clamor for tbe blood Johns. Since writing the above my attention lIE undersign! having divided a

.. ia all Dreaders., Johns being in a state near by, presented has been cllri to the following erk'D portion of his land in iU action
U on oar table. It the agricultural and horticultural departments himself to the mob, together of the same statement of )Ir. Harrfoon -' I.A. -,. .\D *. knowtt u .
now will be devoted to auppljingformation Reed,ia the Union a newspaper published t offers
tvJ bed Agricultural monthly pub. whom at least into lots them for.*!. to parties
to our gardeners and planters with Dr Twitty, upon ia this place a* follows: desiring t.. build on them the
1 lished. Every oaeahoold: ,haTe it. upon all the various product ions suitedto one hundred guns were levelled. The gentlemen who pokt her [Mr. favorable terms. A toning uron Clf the wont

It ii published at Athens, (Ga., -JMewra. oar soil and climate. Tht most approved Titty reasoned nu3 the puns were Call]. a few days aPt and denounced tht chase money will be required ikwb. pur and

h Wm.V.. L. Jones, at the varieties, nodes of culiiratioa lowered. Johns was intoxicated and colored people sv bittrrljr not long since the bulane oa such a credit at will, enable *
their and
soil best adapted to growth .u laboring to coalesce with us. anal .
barrel of bit into the every UIf it. own his own boat,.
\ txeeedtngly! low price of $2,00,per Bunures mot suitable and available. fired one gun would gladly have done ao if ht eonld \.. part of rt.u:ustin' ran otter
this instant
At McooU
Our mechanical department will embrace ground accidentally have retained his seat iD. the I'niie-J
of such new and useful hundred leve.kd and With hint and h..hb1acc1I-1''L' a locality hr
a summary a guns were States' SettMts. some and
aeling those den :
iantten.a improvements In this branch of industry, discharged at Twitty atd John, but others it WM not a question of prineipl low ao urn in ( \ictboull
We call the attention of our stoning one for tL mselv -
will the of .
as meet requirements ourpeople but one 01 ofice
Johns .
without effect. and
strange to say s inducing their friends to d.
citizens, to the adrertUemeot of the he This statement Is,also a mtuttou*ant likewise in osier to Hlat.Ufa.I
In the arts and sciences, we shall en returned the fire, whereupon was own a
malicious falsehood and Mr.
II "New and Cheap, Beef Sta11 I." to be I. deavor to keep our readers informed and shot and the melee commenced. Reed knows It to bt a falsehood. I bare pleasant householders.anal dcsiraU acighborhood *f

I found la asother COI1H 1D. Dir.Senebu f.:Uy acquainted, with the rapid strides The fiendish mob fired at every. never expressed or intimated a desire or When a sufficient number of lots
that have been made during the past few could The citizens I willingness to be elected to the Senate by art
ii well known in ibis com body they see. sold to justify it, arrangements win b*
yean. now, white and colored. hastily ga the recent so-called Legislature, or to mad with purchasers desiring it. aid
and General literature win also reeelvt to
.it", M ao cntcrprUeing a coalesce with the Radical party or with them b the
their erection
thered all the within their
arms buildings.
de- largo share of our attention j and wt np Mr. Harrison Reed,or any of his coad
:land Then lots
will b
gentleman b
i I COBHBOdatlBl shall oI'ert. our subscribers from Urns power, amounting to upwards of fifty jutors. I should scorn myself could I do tile terminus of the* close proximity
I terres to bj liberally pttroaiieJ. to time, such extracts from our exchanges stand and went at them. such a thing, as much as I scorn Mr. to Jacksonville. projected Rail Road
.. ... as we trust will meet the approval of Tbe could not stand their Harrison Reed-as much u all true men Apply toW.W.
We would call attention to the their tastes,and shall also keep them so well directed enemy fire and beat a hasty contemn and despise him. 1 can not sup VAN NESS,
advised bj such reviews of cow israes Indignation at this man who or 31. It. ANDREU.
t in another of press
adve-rtkement, column, as shall enable them to make judicious retreat which soon became: a panic: insensible to human suffering, has crept St. Aujuttiai-.

Major VaoNet, who offcri for sale selections tor their libraries. route. They were penned by the from a (plsct of obscurity, and ia my Sept 2rt, "&'. f

number of; lots the Our local columns will keep our eitl outraged people as far is China judgment. U here to extort gain and notoriety .
large upon .
sens and their friends abroad adrued of Grove Church with immense daughter from the sorrows, the want and c. r. a )tltIJJ. w, j.TM.
Boet .farorable terms, and la the the incidents of the week. losing thirty-five killed and many the profound puffrrings the men woe LiM) AGE.%TH. .A\D SVIU
St. Contribution from uur fellow eitl Jen s and children loth ia this
most desirable locality about men race* lous.BOPBINS
solicited 'on all tbr.e toj>ie.. er-peciallj I witunued. The total los an far: n country. Tkfo miD tibia although liQ.;dan .

Augustine.The upon Agriculture au
Major residence,"every one A Main statement of their experience i btu and A hundred killed! nni from the J'4"'liuD of cu.tu.li4U lie the & REYES
U all teat ia rl'f\uir..1. in rrhtiuti to the! wnunded. 1'itTt. thf It.litalll'.hli. (JoTf rntai-rt null tui*+ into II.IIo* a.f a carrtli ,
A who ris'it it eqs. i in one of (the root: latter topir sad will lIt 9 found of infinite I the |> ti/ir..!vn.l tviant serer two f WIll. &nl t" rrlt;..tt. haying. aA.J
service mU tUc .Ih"r. mi tor CoHjrr.1: ant .Mnrj/liy lOt'.til2t LtIII t, tiireufhout the 1 *lr.Xitttt. .
andthese lo
delightful cues in the Smith, bun-lrr4 tLvu'cnl human being: au'l
Kureuit th nirtnllv : "..tira ?: 1. (; ... .....
As anuuimar/ of tli#aiM without ht> itAtUBur ..b.D.Iu a""utri- car r ) .
1 lot are in the immediate; vie we wiHtld say, that we desire to wake wnlode IwfM prratir thin even tLt Chi .!:.!.-.. i o Nnnhat' :. JUI:.n.1.tr! ,L

t -, initj.Termeat. our paper acct1'table and of talus. to a!! Tin colored titizMu of Cnmclluaf man of the country ever po,...e*....l a. tl>e .. :-\I.I" n r.I.'f;'.
. our people\ and a welcome visitor an.lin jnitic.i tbcuiwjlvi* i"l.-. in a.4i Chief Mac1"trate of trot Iat... : tLJ;. - --- -

I and Maine sot Inftattera .tructtTe companion for the family ai i i"l tin;: their white f i"I1.1 to mute man who has not the decency to roacral t STEiraOUSB10MlA.Ul.2KAi.TlUr.Sr., & CO..
1 circle. his mendacity, but taut wale frrt of
of Northerly Sen. pn>
the ffMuld-bt tuurdcnrs and rtbben.
: .
TERMS OF gUBSClUITlON. it before the world, ant i> rl.etrate this ,

j tlmea One copy, one year $:. 0ix most di gu.tiflg calumny, which, if true, ,'u \P.LE aTttS, S.C..
I.After repeatedly heralding the re .. .. month, 1.50 : Up to Ito time t>ur informant: left woul-l place honest men on the same level

ujtofthe recent election in Vermont .. .. three months 1.I(1 thirtr-five of the "colored ulllIl"sw of moral degradation with himsrlf. AXI
AH be paid! in ad. lioil I was not at Tallaha>ec during these 85 Savannth
M the tare token of lepubli* subscriptions tight w uubly" tire brought iOD of the wcalled LegUIature. except Bay Street Ga.
vane into tjwn. fT'IlE ... -nb\n. iu nnertica with(
to attend tit Democratic ConventioniaAugutt. :
taceeMla. the President election
can 8t Aacustine, Sept.26.DlSTKICY. Isr.8.
the of the their h. in -.rl..tOD.
Oaring inaccuracy 1 have never had any CODnflatioa j 'CM? hat
the New York;Herald;now de- UU QtAarrts. or FtOSIKA.8mr aim and excitement of Pierce' nee with any human being vn the opened c.n* in H'*- rr>ah. ,>r the same

Clara that &tV.11B&at amounts to ArarsYixE, Fta., Sept.. 21,'IftCS.OCXKIAL jrrocs, on y five whites were injured, subject of being a candidate for the Senate name: and ,:yl.. when tier will keep
and constantly on iund a hi!}st.>.:kafFtttt'l..
receiving Radical vote There
OaDtas.X vii James Johns wounded .
nothing The Herald refers to : severely art bat few peaonsbeide. Mr. Hmiion DACOX.-X'UU.V. : GEER.1LLT.allof -*
No. 14. /
J imikr antecedent in Vermont and L Drevet Captain CBAKLXS F. LA SB A. ; Tom Maples, severely wounded Reed who are so indifferent to the hamt which win be oU on
Robert Corcoran, slightly wounded; of aa absolute malicious and conocious the most favorable terms.STENHOU3C&CO..
Maine to show that they do:not fur. ace. 1st Lieutenant 7th Infantry is here .
by relieved(rpm duty a.Acting Atsutant and the two Wellinghams were falsehood as to make such a statement.
I J nish reliable indication as to the Adjutant' UenvraU amt Acting AnVutant also slightly wounded. When I slot that Mr. lf.rri.on lUed t.i S |teabr.11, 12. IbCe.__ -h _

I t ;. electloa in the other Northern Ia.pector General of this Hitrct.! with All of the Htorc and munitions of and ..Iw.,. lit* been, perix.ttiil'v.: j.,,!iticalljr. .
permission to arail himself of the leave of .an>l ocia1y! a str; nz: : States. It cites thin\ cue of Ver* tram bclun;:in:: tat the invading party .
1 ; ab enc*. granted him per speeUl ordert."o. ; that 1 have oats h,...I..r him as Late thepeople '
; i meet, which, in 1802, gate twenty > :d. C. 8., Headquarters DepartmentOf were captured amounting;: to three of tbU+IAI'. as a lDaillil'"DI. and l.UXff \/' MIOKT
South. weeks t>r"vision., and b" xe. of arms a a'lunieU-n' achitcr an I brtrnyrr nf thinterevtii .
.' six thousand Republican majority, The Unties derolviag upon Cspt. Larra Ac. of with the while ant coWe I FACTORS.

; and of Maine, which followed, with bee during the past year, hare been la* Everything is quiet at Ire*cnt. people of this! 1't le.yini HUT form r'aae I ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
thirteen or fourteen thousand 1te.j borious. in the civil as well as in the Camilla u the site of (Jra of.the am win j au a
country '
mllitarjr Dnreaas. and bate bent dlscbl. C1iarlt'sscn. s. (.
i publican majority; Notwithstanding ( ...... with Intelligence, and seal with Mitchell county, Ga and is twenty Mr. Reed's statement th&t I dencnnctd DVANt'Ed made
a fall appreciation of tht relations fl.latID.btI'1I'HD four miles northeast of Bainbridce.COMMUNICATED the colored people i.. al<% t.IN. On Ih.coDlnl'1. 4k on eonsignractttM
i these results the Stat named, Refer tLu*. who w&,." iatormatioatoCoL
the civil and military authorities ... 1 stated sal hav many times ?
when the election (la said that honest colored U. L. McKay, l'renlent of 1'l.pli -
Pennsylvania within this Stats.U. an man wouldtasks I
[ ] Xatioa
, a iUnk. Charirrtoa. A. C.
Jj .i case off in the following ,Qctober, 1st Lieutenant )I. J. PAXXO Ad a much better incumbent of office Sept. I:, UWS ...iaa.oo I
I f .: jottat 7tli Infantry 1s hereby announced [Faux tae JACKSOXVIU.I Maaccav.] than a dishonest earpet-bagger. and that .._ .
J ,. the tamed over to the Democracy by aa Acting Assistant Adjutant Qe..nla.d JacEsoxvn.it. FLA.. 1 from all I had heard of the colored man
a : four thousand majority, although I AeUaf A4Si-taat Inspector General ottb. September 7, 1808. / Glib, ht was superior to Mr. Reed In rATIO imnA,t. o. u t>rx 1'. I

District of Florida. : GESKBAL WADDT Tnoxrsox JAMIS !'. intelligence and character. I did. bow.ever F. & D. L. DUNHAM I
before she hid
two given
; only
yean JOIN T. 8PR.\GUE. state that the colored mea should I II

l;; Lincoln sixty thousand majority. COt Seventh U. S. Infantry, Dcaaorous, B. A. SHIXE.GHYmn not attempt nor 1am in that they shonM
:- receipt of a let- govern the country
I t Ohio and Indiana: ,which; bald given Commanding. ter fro A&Ota. VTaddy Thompson of the against tlem. As to Mr. Ree ls state- DRY; GOODS

Lincoln large maj6rttes t also changed .. 29th of.August in which Ot'''. Thompson meat that I ought to be out of the way it ,
e 5BGR3 RAID I3T THET6WN states u follows: U of little consequence: Mr. Kce l, even
over to the DemoeneThe OF CAXILLA, GA. GOT. Reed made a speech hen recent aided by ha secret police and his nun. Clothing, Hats, Boots

i : Herald conclude: .'1& will be that \ L ly ; I diet not hear it-but Major Watkios, ions has neither the enrage nor the and Shoes

; _0', that neUfeer! Vermoat, nora The Mob ncpateed with a.Tery intelligent and worthy gentleman means however much he may dean it. ;
who did, informs at that he[COT.Reed), to put the true mea of this country "out .\:.b
Maine, ajerded any indieaUoat of Great Sian jkter.BA11tDRIDOE said that )Ir. Call approached bin and of the .'1." You may be tainted that

I the great elaage about to. tee ,-place S proposed that if he would girt the Democrats lab thl' ats will tot deter tae fans performing -I General CominisriionMerchants.

&ettttefry GA., Sept 2t.WP. ont half the offices, they would support Dlf.:1110 th. people of FIrri-ia. .
It iavtM.1 .eeetittaut,| of Pierce.the Badical nominee; for. his administration, the measures nor from: and asserting all my t
rights u a free citizen of the fnitrt St. Aucuntlurv Fin.
:: bat that 'tbe. wrolationOMHMBetd his party.
: I Congress, and Murphy, an ex Freed. States, and of the State of Florida. Aug. J J. lyReal
OottiW I am, alto In receipt of a letter of Mr.Jas. ..
with & tlee
1, mane Bureau Agent, with about two I am. gentlemen -- -
P. Burroughs and )lr. R. A.Shine
......; tR. V hundred negroet armed and equip. of tile 29th of August, enclosing the following RttJlt'f't1lU11oun. Ac.. Estate Auctioneer
turted on Friday, the 18th statement of Mr. William Hernan WIUUXAV Cm. I
BETRA611wAu.....Sixii. lcd., for the town of Camilla with des of whom you state in you letter: OUT--or Ku PLOT" v-MINT -Upwardof and Broker. STILE S

n. Ii, .1.PI fiakt,' one dry three week's provisions and many Mr. Uernaades U a gentleman ia whose one million persons are reported as VNDERST.XED WIU.
word entire jdence.S .
ffOodiinD feat spec fire hundred boxes of new arms and accoutrements. I yon" ?may. Arorsms place Fu.eon> 27.I ont of employment in Great Britain. I pay particular; attentiun to.

i\MIH roots a !*' for tdfenisiag. Their intention was to over awe the I ". certify that upon August Aug.21, 1SC8. Dad the attention of all classes is turning Al)MIXl>TRAORS.: KXKriJTORS I I

It htt done 10 for twenty yean citizens and 1111 James Johns and when between Pieolataand St. .\aCUAlla"tk.n toward emigration to America as : Gt.RDI..\ S. AND
pattjft&d consider! it iadiapen$ "!eCo other leading Democrats. being ia th, stage Harrhon Heed means of relief. A plan of National

' I t4e immense and coustautly in. Before they started a friendly tad A. A. Knlt! the said Harrison Emigration Union has been discussed, TRUSTEES SALES.
0 I Reed made the ststttuent six ,.t An-l will bur and sell RE \L LSTAIE
firn irhirh it courier wan dUjxttched toClwilb'to following : and it is also
cioleK. nero
froningrrrrit suggested of .
"Mr. Wilkinson Call renonnlly ap* a pan I-h.,. re JJeieaiaa if ennsed to t' 'M the inform the citizens of the the vast amount exploded for the in *
plied tome for office, and I refuted to sup sr 7 part t St. John'*IVnatyM
! ftdrtttisemeutt, and see t3 that march of the armed mob. Upon the p', bin ODt. Usd I given him some port of paupers should be devoted toaisiit I;. ANPRKIVrr

they are properly publjhclMf arrival of the courier deputation. ftttj of-t <,:** weald bart fed hlta. t f.to persons to emigrate I I.\ ,.. ill' II.


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