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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu
Place of Publication: St. Augustine St. John's County Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1867
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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VOL: V. ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. JOHN'S CO., FLA., SA ......';ANUARY,5h 1.867.
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't:'. u~ ^fsti'n 3PLE^(i) .Hcn^..es- '$iL Qe waha :,A OF FOIBFEITI^ INr"' ,I .E ,a
.. < .... ... .:' 1 NTSl ': .,.: ON 'FIE po sni "0N.E i ,':' ; T -'O N -A 3 L IM E ST. john's Co
'G OI~dBAD SILVER:] Gi' Ing every Patroil M A.],. l- eoBurt an
P UB LISHED5 EVE'11Y SAk.T;T RU D T ^T. AR t Y somie and Ue^b^'.W. U., JO.. .."''* is
. AT .,.1oti perus to scen .. o t' i. purch es
,oIn ih a se.ofSix X ....s. scr"i.. ....
St"'Aurtine, .St. John's Co., th$2 rse eBSiudx ogrt
....... ]ia., .... $ . U0----th 50.000 VA. UE,'. *^,.: .^d.h avingfledtppytbonsgivenjd as nw
>7h .^- _^ ^;:;. ORTH.. OF ..... A nd. not to be-PB .r t r a e i a W d ,
-; ...ot, *0. a., .. (npe(e s n-.s 200 Gate Lanol Oi in "ATaiaal^.,s'e t e n



*r^ t 31'0' ^ B -Ate ee'i h rilifi 5 ^ .1,; ^ ,i 'S f..... ..Be.36 6 S; B."7 the rat of Fl
' , . a 1 .. .'k 7 .86.50 n -et .
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NIRS OF SUVBSCITIOEN.. TheOKCMRSEaogt,5O~le "*g^'i^f~h ~at
,.. eb i r d .h :. -, .1 oliter !c '* i..,f. .T( r d toASUBe !Aild nlaks, otd- to 800 at ,h i s ec. 86, T R. 2715E.,6 thef t rhd eore
O nOleodpy,.tryea: r,"" 8 00 2 W athes, to ngs s ild not t 800 Gold HunAd g 'hrow ^etir: enT5 re d by D. Hakin t epon, are t
sc 44." sixm h,: 200 .be paid'for intil yoaknow.what'you 20t o3.ee I !L; i; ,.The &. Wt~~.E.sc 6.:',,;. or~erh teB
q: three mouths, !ine '. are .tOr npe iove t' e .-:. 200 G ol"i Hi1, Go H17. eN. ofN.15acrece d ,R.27, NOW therefor
0n0 rNo subscription 2an dt 'a in s. ....


tollar foelm^nths ; pe',.. i i~ .ite r of J eelyomtsig~h Pian d~e iEar 2560 ... sl r,.... .! it: ': "S,f^ wA^ e.E 300 Crbld Hunting.Duple'z
.Alm subsc ~tipiions mu st,47equen (U-sedoes.not'pleasem yos ,you can h return 20O .. .. W' ,r.h j .. 62 n0 pre ca tered b iJ. h. Hank's s2 0 Co cuse, and
Esateit and your t ooneyillebe re fundedsl .... ,t 250G .o. I you andtea.f, ores att
T -he Ailtte HE ST' 500 l stver Huntin Lever "i e e l n t the l al
T E~blS O*D E SE N lttco sTasOCK CQ1hPRg SES, amongst a -_. %I. b' it "' NE N.:""
t ldve-isem *en t t* inserted ,on the mooter abetiuls, 'fendid rl'Odks, Gold 'R0 .-e' ;.* 'i"' i' sita ."'t T',a 6,.st *L 2.7e e te o


d~~~~~irged~~~~~~~ ~ asavrieet ad n edesVr~t fBacltBoda e r cheS~ i on % ":.Tl^ Denni B 27, k. 120.upo^ n an *DJ" ect1
-following tmirmc i B di. aud siser Watches, d iagpset 'With Dia-,4 50e old Ladiespos WD
m t 0 pad o harper suareof taeva line s monds, Rubies, "Pea tstaGarnet pld other 0006.ld, Huntingsealed \\ ^ 1UL ha b ente ^ NJ of N. a



*' : ofTh trl i teMa fat in diti t 6l mxd. olesaeeli ^ | ]w S i Sec 14,T .7, S :,R. 2 7, th a IoNt of
TjvA6dotrpel squ athe salidDllind.
stots ('olitAir eant in. cni sdi ,-) Ladib e _- I QOC o oiscell u reous )Vatches :;-a P, t D et l t .-
C and under, for the first insert ion, and' oe''' oofIia a t the 'c na. .d' '. Fa l
dollg. f o r enheN. ^ of S. W}sec. 21. T.6 S,,R. pets o e-amf0





A ^ ^ U A L ~ ~ te ch~ii ~ W arged "R ng o. thae res olvea Lonaaricl style .s than 7,m ^ f E .,%4^0 a re ent rdb S e hnor- | t^ T
do r Es.tat e'f and n-le'a 'notices toos,set.50, rt ed Wt at o4 0f trs e a n ai o t, an
th e W ild e a s t l~an sien t a d v e rtise mn en n s, e x iii F reci ou s ston es "o f eV ery j va riety to- v 1 ~ er y p a r t tli li a i r '' ; t h e o u H
P. atie i A nt-gethdrWwith a large asAortmihent of Gold. this arrangement,, costing e The ES. W if set. T ,d 7. A ."1 6





02 L ^tc of 'di^w s missi on a Admin s uletroal low- V~l -A, 6 T.. 0. s.
to o iihtecag vl'btety and Enamelled and ]?earll s~ts, Gold studs. it May be wvorth.' $7 "50 '. 1- 2 Se c. !6 .6 .2,E,7:brs
f o ar wy and Sleeve utosf the most beadtitful sh^wc:ft .. 6..-
Obituary notices".nd tributes, of P respect, ipattrns, Gentdod osomb and scarf Pin, susrs KLIN, / "ac eN ^.Wjof-.N. '. i a /oplead, d
e J rgedl s adF:ner't L,1sements. o b :and an endless vt.rifety of Bracelets, Broad ay Ne w York :c1y, w11 sen 7 8. R. 7, S., .2,E !20 acres en- BerF
. l ir a O L i o m'LL a. o, yit riyut re ard thel cha ins, fMusical Box es, Head Dresses, diately disps' 'e-of t5 o h ....c th a .. ... 5, S P... ...
ve -ismnts..', All yearly adveris64ement's mb....haruis, sok e tfca sn lra Sjlii -: it .'of,&. F_4"l-id.. 'of .W S.. ug in
n ae consequent se r the great stagnation 'are plAced in soealedr e e ivty!he and e,4' W 486 5 ase.2 ent he by R. w a28,o :"
must b pai d qaatyry.Lp receive e .of trade in the dl nlar 'acturing districts o mixed. Holders S., W I. s es., and o
OE TFIA S nmn.ac -.ar i ri-anc and England,' & large quantity, of cles named 0n their cerk, 9r'e n 18.5 a.,. 2,ered So." AtSTEn
M oposand ell mixed. -Qne of nteseren-v Diabke Jewelry, original y intended for mertn ofTen Dltars,'het. -ii%.Thle, N. WAofs El-4ec. 2 a Jad t .PJ IN'
itor opol.itaWnandS. tDavd 4
prp~e.n ...... t a d- uLthe EurOpean market, has been sel' t off worth $7 It o i o e i tl co ,Ri8 0 E'f, W. a s ec a. 25 Ti d 7i.
le for ,, tit for ^5 ore BL t is. cou ry, Gln-lmustIIehs o ve tu rn e o p Olmust'e enold turntoofe. o.n T R .'E,, 160, of ese nt 8,ed S., 2- R 91s;w C







O ree ptote frfis ae yo. wil "I n IU tr cin Iy C'al eshl drs, fl~, thr' f _'r .1 '9 W. ,f PltBuee
.... wliafcy'uarei to haveatany s tacrg ice o o a rdi these ciricats- to the orticle14m'. O..hH. ln H ..icki -4anu. ... Frni n
G U ,A N D ..... .. j,.. .
fbe iWA,. .. ,$.r.' -" tn.. Th ..wv('11 & GOLD JEWVL- mntirre..pec'L -etive of its mi;U0 The N. W1 of S.W Sc1T7 --
-ake-NUAL -TI'ON :o ma .e ia"o whve re usove nclpon w article v,,U ov,,'less~tha. I8 31 40e. abies, enbb A.epheng'an / eAr
tu ,i ,a G d atc,. D d t e c t .s s, aleven Tl~ s. ^v'1tny .o.se.2-. 7, s it-.i aug st
)" ,t j! o--11,ilr -- k "tailo o. ter? U ""i :''A& d t-,:80.4ciles, entire b S e en ri .. .
Capital, w thucaregard o c 'h lOS arice1 ,. 1.., .-m eresei/'rh
ia~ a ..,, n to e... se. .,,1 e ._t m e r Ta s1c6"S'. V "-h n 6,,, .. ..
1 ..97 rBroad v ,R!.,.dl ')lim, alld rtu lle-ut N(. ." se. 21;, T ,, ,,iiu,I u t
.- . anid, wvhen ordered, are t,,ken out by a 4 .. ~ eettr1(
k ,ofP a o,, l a ojo Bln l l e .b faotj dious t" acre's, entered by .E wi M a t n
jwl ry, auE DLL a in c h, w tohbo rut ldegrd tectiving t, o il wa O unre' Aostpidupngl eceri icateowill5be sentfibXemail. e', adTil e Wj of N .'7WI5,S, 2,J
an~, ls v lue ipe c11 e e1.e pMloensrin al~ ol"A'c, os.those l d u l ece ipto n2 t itlive 1 '0p'n t
.... d W:ess oA ) L re'ceipt of 25ce nts; f .ii t" o'-ive i'or 1 ; .1,7^O1Ble"1 lANKS' 1 utd uies .il ttlo~O1"t. n%.th e W. r... a =.d u o,.4:,


NO. 22%

CUIT COURT*FOR THE V
* CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
1UNTY. FALL TERlA18Q6.
F. Packard Principal a'nd
d J seph E. Maotexs Sure-
3 the said Benj.in ck-
e a Bond tctha tdte -of
enalsum of fiv hundred
ereasthe condi on of ihe
that the s da Packard
ind answer qo the.charge
pon thle Pu lie Land 0do
rida.'at thi ,-the FallTerm
d d re ahe said Pack-

orm of law ar appearA.,0
of this Court, and wherQaa, .
!Burt and Jo6ephi E. Mas-
Lreties on saidtBond as apm,-,
)nd now on filo in thigh
Pe, you) and each of you
lered and commanded to
any yoU have, on ihe 'first
term of this Court why
ild not be entered against
f you, and execution' issued
of the said Bond, .and in
judgment will be enteredd
ution issued against yotH fir"
7our several "liabilities on
i C. -Buffington Clerk .ok O'
the Seal of the said'Couri,
Duse in the'City of St- Au-
County this 24th day of
IN C. RUFFINGTON,.
Clerk
ORD iNdRAHAM, .
Deputy Clerk.
e Nov. 17, 1866, 8m.
RCUiT 'COUT CiF T- -i
q CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
P.,AT.SPRIxG TR -Ti1867.
)unha.m, ,
's : attachment,k
Fraser.
by affidavit in this action,
d Franklin Frastr Defen-
ithbut the limits 'of this
is h erby give to him, as
rsons who are or may be
e subject aatker ^of-tlie :.
[appear. before .the sa# ..
first day of the spring, term,. i

l7, and then. and there
or answer the Plaintiff
ein. "
IN C. BUFFINGTON, .
:Clerk of Circuit Court,
"for St. John's County.
e, Dec, 7, 1866. 3m
TS AND OILS. ,
l, Turpentine, Chroine
n~e Green, Chrome Red,
Verdigris, Lamp Black,
3 assorted,'Putty Glass,.
irnish, &c. -
'.B.E. CARR. '..
ine, Dec. _8, 1866.. _


P~, sei. a bwQr...01-- any 8,6t of for $2, tirty for $5., si t-fivef or '$10, iATHOOn. HOW TOKT r.2y.e., 40are, entered by Wllm D.
cJnteywetoulisthfanDi011 as and ,100 for $15.- HO RE TORED. ., Mosel6y;, .RUS
Jewenhey on aurlistor$i; and in no case HO,0 W RESTORED,"1 ..The s...el-4 ofn., wl-4 see.3, t. 13, s.r..
C-alith 'zel enonb e Vol l ". .T" t,, NJUST pdblished, a new edition of Dr. 29, e., 40.93. a rei, entered by David'J. owferedSu
ogents are wanted i'n every town in the adcounty inlthecoynitry, and those ac- CulverWellis Celebrated "Carter. ,
"cour.y ; every person can make $ 10 a ting assuch 'will be allowed ten cts O ]hEssay on the radical cure (without HUGH A. CORLEY, i Buckwheat ai
day, seeing our citificatefttinhegrcatest every certificate ordered )-y them rovi- medicine),of S#E'EM'ATORRH(EA, or semi- Register of Public Lands. ;
-le. of Jewelry ever kaown, ,, ed their remittance amounts to $1., nalWeakhess; Involuntary jeminalLosses, St, Augustine, Nov. 24, 1866, 8m t August
Send 25c. fbr a certificate, '"hiier will Agents will collect. 25 cents-for every cer- IMPOTENCY,'Mental and .ysialInoa-
v inform,^u-wl^tou can obtain f-.'r $!.I tiftoate, and remit 15 cents to us. either in pacity p t Wo P. "0C][RA CHOICE A
.Att hersametme detour circular, eon- -cash or postage staimps. Agents remit- aso, CONSU[PTION, EPLEPSY, and FTS, .
irdno- aiu once $30, will be entitledto' a inded by .elf-indulgence or sexual,.ex- ,ST, AHSTIW FLA. ... Extra Fan:
'-.ainin' f i'll list EJd particularly; s, 4 iga'o1S.,w0,b nite o ... ....'?
TiRMS TO AGETS .. .. ". ,beautiful, Silver Watch, and also 200. er- trav~gance..
.... Address-, .. .. ^ficates..:: ; Price, in a sealed envelope, on! -LER or the: Unothednttes District wha B tte, Larn
"m-,AMS TC1SN ".... __.-, ,:.6e.s :.... t Court for the Nrhr ~tito utLLr
I AIIIES-IU. T ,."t SO N The celebratIed author, in .this admira- Unte tates commissionerr, and sore A
,<'' 8 ^^ .197 Broadwa.y,t. aseate yur NamesTown, cordrty ble essay, clearly demonstrates, Uom a missionerd 'r the Acknowledgment and i St"August
'.'i s ept 15t a sat e ily, ndaddress .ordrthirty years' successful practice, that the r o D o t ^sae of' .
..~ ". 'o. -"se ... .. t may pi"
,'^ ES,_ WINES AD LI- Watch and 0 l..,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Wac and, G.. ,,": o iplldJw lry'. be'radicaly c.ured.1%,ithout the dangerous Pdennsylai ,> isc8S
ORUCMMXES2 WENE(3 AND LI- Company.. beT1Pcrd^ gotten erou s ylvaniJ tRQl
plow ........ 8 -Liberty Street, Newv 1Io-k. use of internal medicine or the application Agentrthe New or B
s QUOuS. fgstine Dec, 1, 1864 fhnife---pointing6out. a mode ofcured trade of the, Bbls. lour,
Otonce, simple, certain, and effectual, by nted States' ACcidental Life Insuri 10 Boes Soa
.MWEEN0 &MONTGOMERY, mens of' whiel every sufferer, no matter
' YT IL L ; lteep c en stan tly o n ." h an d a U E -'A j J L O T ha t his con d ition m ay be m ay cu re fim a rn ce istm a ,yof e w Fl orid a for t e t m, b ls O ni o n sf
c W Aomplete assortment of fresh fam-. S -) iAT -, Pi : Offici in the court House ... ..
ily romerie assorbest quality Iresh f TO S '. ; r -' This Lecture should be in the Agents Wanted, io whom liberal com- ; A r*
/,:--** *T^TH-I? 1' S e ..... -y ,had;ind;of every youth and eeryman i m w b a : i St. Augusti
'"*:".:ATTHE l OLD STrAND : i ' desire to sell tle House'in which I re- .the land. ;; .. ; 6
Of (PORqG Sj. GR.4N'o, cliarlotte sttreet1 |side, on charlotte, running through.. ''Sent, under seal, in a plainI envelope,'to Sept,. 29th186,6... .
L 'at. ruustine, Fla. o.HoptlteeBito coh ne Btp i^.n address, POSTPAID, oni'receipt 0"'six wr n
1 iThl puaj.o'are invited to call' before inthe best manner, 509by 40 feet, contain .bents, or-two post-stanmips. '*Also. Dr. cul- Cam: aO^ tion s. ppuata Pt sE a
yw'Qtgrc in'.^^fldm~wlr0. --: ....... : -ten rooms, a large garret in which fobr 'verwell's "Marriage Guide," price 25 rT r c a n t ou tin brahe,:}
. ,: f -! f t l ,M ^ d l ~ o .L i ; : q a l s~ d -i t o r e c a n b e m a d e t w o P i a z z a s a g b d c e rt s A d d r e s s t h e p u b l i s b e r s ... p e
Chase the orangt rv o fLn u.1,i"
aroti'tlfor cash or barter. sixne Kitchen, a wooden Kitchen one d CHAS, J. C. KLIN:E & CO, A k has the"Oran Grove and so.d
GEOG8i tS. GEENO, I a halff-1tbry with two fire places, a la .ge.127 Bow.ERY, NEWJORK knownasthe-W ds
JA-MES MONTGOMERY. *and coenmodiou stable and an..excelient,. Post. Office box 4,586. by the U S Tax commnssoners in De-
"_4[ud: '" ~~~~~~~~cember 1WTi:as-my..pry.,ti9- Teaat1
,I8 . ; ". "^ "" : w ell of w ater, grape arbor and four sw eet St. A ugustine O ct. 20, 1866 1y. ose o 1^ 3^e L ot nfw op t re a t. (
1..orano ,p trees. Sizeot-1,0' m 'ay 78feet Dumas. The sale 'by the U. S. Tax om- Aug..11.
.* autiOn.. T o i CS .L BRAVO o *f. To the Public. imissionerswas illegaladvoid.andl in- ....
.. .. .' . : C R I S T O B A L B R A V O ,t e n d t, c o nte.t...th e I:
ALL persons are cautioned against st. August ine, Aug. 18th 1866. '- E have just received, per schooner tend to contest the tleo ,purc JK-
purchasing any property sold by the Ware crest, five days fromNew st AuousinpOcf 3h1866, E
0.~~~~~~~ S.t.xe Augusetinne6 wic .. .
U. 0. Tax commissioners in 1863 whih STATIONARY., York, the following articles.' ... .... t Ca..
belong to me as Principal, Agen.. or Ad- STotr, corn, Hams, Bacon, cheese,'
'inist rator, as1 Iinend to test tht validi- Letter, Note and, Foolscap Paper, white Butter, Lard, and numerous other gro. &U]NDRES. SIronTin an
mlf idsale. s i t h a .advyelow Envelopes, Penhs, Ink aud Ink-, cerries, cheap for cash.. Corn, Salt, Flour,' Pwrk, Lard, Butter Glass and Har
VENANCIO $ANCHEZ., stands and playing card&. GREENO & MONTGOMERY. and crackers. : r
i "!t.Augustine, N6. 3rd 1866. '""Iug 11 B E CRR' 8t. Augustine Dee. 1, 1866. Ang. 11 B.i3. C RR. St. Augustin


HEDSUGAR. ,
_ar,. Granulated Sugar,
gar, Stewarts best Syrup
id Flour at Retail.
B. E. CARR.
ine,Dec. 8, 1866. "^
LMILY GROCERIES.
ily. Flour, New Buck-
Grits, Cod-fish, Cheese,
Pork, Bacon,
B.E, CARR.,
ine, Dec. 8, 1866._'
P, FLOUR, &c, "
alt, 30 Kegs Na'iis' 25
20 Cases Kerosene 'Oil,
p, 5' Boxes Cheese, 5
500 Bushels Corn,,
ntity to the Trade.:,.
S E- CARR.
ine. Dee. 8, 1866.
rED CROCKERY.
Basins, Chambers, Bowls,
and Saucers, T. mbiers,
Tea Pois &c.
-. EB.: CARL.
kVt1E*;ORRENT.
At known as ,the Magno-
B. E. CAR"R.1
GOODS'
EfY, Drugs,and, Medicines
)>, Boots and'Shoes. ,
ATIONERY. *
Ad wood Ware Crockery,
lwave,, for .sale by
., :,. G. BURT-
Le,- t ll. t 1]866.


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heart! yes, .J.p. be doing ; "
thine idle^f|,s away;A
strivingfirm, pursuing,
)y step, march on thy way.
Li mourn that h~es are lighted?
'ul dreams'forever gonie ) ,
dearest friends the-slighted?
ot ; still abideth One. '- ^
striving, has each yearning
victory, baffled been? ,
press, no" think of turning,.""
le vanquish, fromthe scene.-
loug ldhrfdan~ecs appalling," '
queriffich thou striv'st in viiin ?
fainting, stumbling, falling?
! thou shalt rise again.
lie cloud the, sua is shining ;
it night. gives place to miorn;.
rain <4jid %veak~repin 1110*
-working, man wAs born.-ti
though" bat slowly creeping,
ard!" let thy motto be ; "
orkin-g, not 1$y weeping,
-r ga.-, ---1ictory, : .

1,0th'4u"l,, says that eighty
of colored people 'were'on' the-
eparture fror that .District,
la. The News remarks: "I-t
uestiorably?.be better fie q11,
hat sionle should go. Like a
:,rd of cattle jammed in `,a ,
pasture, their feeding pros,-
re:1 barelyy tolerab)le .here-
ho do go,0 ill have 'the best
)r their success by ',their late

ON, Dec. 16.-Parltriient
tabled. Victor Emanueilfromt, R
ue congratulated the :gv.lple'
desired union and deti.very
foreign yoke. He will respect;.
3s territory and i4depeadphcon
es the question between 7-tal x"
Pope will bo settled to the
ion ot" all partieS.I
;i "paper says at le~ist five bU lIs
subject of providing territorial
mrts. lor thie rfoutliern States are
, and wiH bo presented to Con-
ly in th'e esri on, .: ,, "
IEACAER.-.A boy' pre..cther is the -
in New York. Iin the uotnrse of
rks last Stmdaty, lhe aihiioiiieed it 1
nitbio_ that. Napjohfon 111 was the
st and vile '- pcpon So often. " "^
d in t'he proplhetica1! books of thie


ng', w.e leAp; 4giviha, ww'receive. .
ry heart m.),keth Oa cheerful "
n ee ." .... ,* '
t would thrive must. rise at five'.
.t has thriven-may lie till seven-
s a pleasant companion, but unsafe
*y .shbUld be a, store-house,/not a '
room.
icalth is above wealth. ;

mEstate .Au tion- '
r ahd! Broker, ..
UNDERSrGNED WILL
bicular attpention0to' .4.
,NISTRATORS,' EXECU- ,
S,' GUARDIANS, AND
tRUSTEES' SALES.' -
ill bby adnd SelU REAL ESTATE
paired to do so; and will attend to
iny part of St, John's County,
," M.R..ANDREU.
,ug,,stine, Fla.
LOST BOOKS.
be,p-eatly obliged to any person
may have any books in theip. po- *'
elonging to. "my" lit'ray, which, *,
tered during the waft.-g.they- will
wintor'the iftory.'Ot^^P r-gw j
tiat I can get thenpl| ani : ^
ho will inform M'r. Burt wher ,
iy, books .can be.founft-., v.
G. R. -FAIRBANKS.
igustine, Jan, 5, .1867,. :: :*
* TO,.KENT_.-, ./ "
S,rable dwelling partly furnished. "
?ply to"
R RAMIDN CANOVA.
[gstine,:Dec,,29, 18tj6, 2t,
,2t.


DE ALEERS,;1 ".9 i

I GObO-D 'S
hiln, Hats, Bbd6s, |.
-,and Shoes',1.4. A~
c., &6 O, c.
19jt, AugV~i1Areq Fte. -
.i- ** ^ ;." .;:ly, '' Iy


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DeatIh of -BUiihop -pAtephen

It ecomps ays. ;ae. Savannah."
News & ,ercd 6ftlie- 22nd ult., QUr
mournfut duty to annoiele the sad-
den death of the Rt. Rev. Step (ia,
Elliott, Bjshop of Georgia, which'
took place at his residence ,in th is
city, oAortly after nine o'clock last.
night, as is snpp'.)sed, from disease of .
the heart. )lhop Elliott had re-,
turced to the ,city in the evening,
Central IRailroad train hfr6m ,1a visit to
tlhe interior of the" State, and was
apparently il his a ual health up to
the" moment bf his death, which was
without premonition.
, At the hour at which we write we
.re witliout further particulars of tl is
melancholy" and startling event, the
announcement of wlfich yvill cause a
thrill of sadness not only throughout.
our. community, but the .entire South-,
era qpuntry, '

lirelate,,the E ^ pal ^ ^Bs
lost one 'of its 'i b test owts,
and, the country one of its most culti-
valed and brilliant, ^atellects. In
due ti# abler plts O record 'the
talents and virtues whi adorned a
. a.lllgeri that 'has. fe.W parallels
among the distinguished men of ,our
-day,. '^ ":
PMRt '.A vis.-The New York
:Herald, in speaking of the iniqui'-
t4s .4tempts. lately made' to revive
,theold~storyof emx, t-e dent Davis',
tpmplicity with the assassination of
Peresideni Lincoln, says:
, ,,,[,e statement which ,we pub-
lished yesterday froni our Montreal
correspondentt :Tfully' bears out the
views which we7 'recently expressed
regardinr. TiA:e alleged <36tnplicity of
Jeff. Davis apd 'his Cabir.net with. the
. assssinatiofi',plot. ,) Wee never enter-"
tained a doI I -'Cf -the FALSENESS
6.f tie chai'ge. NTo man in Mr. Davis's
tosition could possibly have lent^
noment's attcnt ion to the c,,nsidera-
tion 0f~suchi'a plari, fobr the simple
reason that it would LaVe. ruined hiim
ini the esteem and. contfidence ,0f the
ver^ jeple Whoa-it, f-Was iut'eade~ to
S(eIV O; ;, '
Apart from this merely business-
likeqaspect ok the case, the Herald'


juight -have zidded that the character
of Mr. Davis, both as, a, gentleman
arid Christian, is an ample shield to
protect hinimagainst the'foul imputa-
tion ~of having any knowledge ofa
contemplatod .murder. '
We would call attention,.to

the advertisement of' Mrs. S.-A. EA-
TOr- 'Travellers a-nd- Innvalids will.
*"nb'doubt, fiud her house at,, "Green
Cove Sprinr," very comfortable and
"plieosaut .... Every one before, leayvig
,the state. should stop and See'.the
.sPrifg. which is very beaut-iful.
The Washington correspon-
dent of thle.lii5lmore Gazette says:
The'' decisions pYronounced- by the
:Supreme Court lias produced u pro-
found sensation in this city. Inde-
penden'tly of the vast importance of
the after decided, it is regarded in
.Democrati' and Conservative circles
as indicative of a. soundness upon
Co'nsitutiondl-law- qfte e-onnat of
the Court, that "gives.cAleering oevil
dence that august-tribunal may' be
.relied upon*as a barrier against the.
mediated Psurpation of Congress. I
I have,to-d~ay hearA it.. suggested' by
prominent andr d uential men that
measures wHI shortly be tgken to test
.the status o6f the. unrepresented
States before that Court, and no
doubt exists-but that -the lawfulness,
of their present organizations would
bn sustained. l: ; / ;\
GepiThomas, who-has justs'returned
froa a'Solitherrt- trip, state -that almost
every Northern, man engaged in cotton
planting has lost his money. ,
An Indian. delegation, with squaws and
wigwams, from the Northwest'. is going to
th e P ai s E x p position : .; .... I ..' ,
Did you ever see a mail, who: epectd
,fhot to become a Christian before the day
of his death?' : .


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S H B : iUp faint
MAGNOLIA Ho.T J" Chase I
Decethb 1:- ," f -NEarnest,,
J M Sql*n, ,A, t -
o-* i .. . Step, b
Dec 21,, M J Duyle, ,ell1,. Ta,
J.D-Sta1)- f'Ab ."b 1 ida, Dost thorn
30 Rqbt C S1,wry, a1qLoal) i I a, Youthf
01 Major .W_ Cole, .. i Srm-y, Haive thy
Col J Rgiungton. n eetvA,..iig, Jar 11,
iau~ylt 67. T,
D -'.S Ilalust," aifeda,' Has c40h
J Belling's .''- AfturV
C Sprhawkl "' .Ta'lMJs e, Onward t
J A. War'reni1 .. Ciy' Like th
... ; .. fe ,A- *.. ** e t s U
FLORIDA %bL:SE.-J.1 I. RiMFiR. To cof<

Del-ember 29, "7 _. 1$;. .- Art thou
S Lawrence, .... .-" New Y.ork, Fallingo
J Armo..i, .',"* "Ol-ta.^ .li.
Miss A Arimour, -','< Bebind tli
,fantary, 1st .r 1,67-.; Darkesi
Mrs E R Clemence, 'Ha*6rd'p Conn, Not lorv
A "But for
']"AT A GARD 7 Up! 'and.
Mr P J Ryall &'wife, Fteo!old,. N -Forwi
Dr A P RTal1;" .. Tr'ssee'" 'f.s by. w
_3116M~y ~ ^ s 51Thoal
M~r T AV Byall, F~reehjo.KJ4,J, ^
.... ,- ., 'of.,h

WHITE; LAked&.- The Meimphis.f, Ohe 9,
Appeal says the system of white la- miliesi
i T_ i i i eve o1cfc
bor which, hs beeo inaugurated by t li, e 1
several Southern communitiess, will wi
surely tend to devdop the greatness"
f .,. ., patties t
of the South, and 'if adopted. by al!lare
the States, will eventually populate e
this section with toe same proportion
pects''' a
of the North. 'It will remove the
indolipt black froni our midst, -and o w
,1 wishes tR
give us an energetic. people who will,
... owners,
in the course of tire, put vigor and
"': ' LOND,
Hfe where tue pres nt'fteedman is but h assN
an incubus, It will make many radi- tethro\
cal changes, to be sure, but.the child- on their
ren of these white European labor- from a f(
ers will be educated', by our people, the Pope
and their opinions will be formed,n by 'and hop,
nd the
the t~eac'hings.,... that" surround, them;. s ftistact:
This, then, will be an element not '
only of vigor, but of strength ,to the- A j,dk
South, and if carried out properly is governmc
theo onfly methti4, by, Which: we ca~n. prepred
eventually out-vote the .Norlth. We grser
have.te territory, and only lack the' Boy Pi
sensationu
popl:,tio:d n to do it.. his ,'em~i]
. ....."'- % -- .... a his "y

c.al ]ie'lei~veDSiugestive of, no'good to mentlonei
Bibt~e.
our people.--\Vi thin thirty days we ,


shall probably know_ our fate. The Teachi
existence of the State hangs in :the A ma-er!
1 comntena
balance e.,nd wniibp determined by: ie t
the present Copg"ess. Imiportqnt in- ji e
formiution is understood to be o'h -its Hope,
way hither, which ;ay required pti- gude.
cal action^, once.with an eye to the lmr-r
adoTtion of .measures that .shall Good h
change'the.,course of our present in- .
terest. There is some' probability ,Of" Real1
a State Convention between now and ,eol
the first of ApriL.--S6,11th,.u('trolinI'an.
a, > ^ -THE
NE '. o ] EMIGRATION.-JUgirng pay'p" r
from the. "emigration o'f fr.eedme"i, A DMIN[
f.o ,,Soutl Caroiia,, portions of thia ,TOP
State'a re about to be deDopulated of' .
thafc lass of its people. Largq aau And w
berslhave passed throug'a t.i .place thelre(
., > sales in ai
during the last week frlom Anderson '
,and Abbevillh'bDistricts, on their .way St. A
to the West. Aboat here the freed-
m en neither see mfi. dispose ed e m i- --".w ill.1
grate or to make contracts for -anoth- -W J 10o
er year.---11'a(.:.,*nyto, (Ga.) qaazae, l" Seo
,= .. .. ..... ..: ... wasseatt
SURRATT.--A Washington letter Bsin-do-WeI
Burr.,so.
says the trial of John H. Surratt personn,"
......any,f.a6
will probably make public two ip- y, ..
pofta'tit-portions of the- evidence bn t^Au
,the con$"'-acy tra,}'.^One is the :
journal of J. Wilkes Booth, in -Wch Dell
the last entry was made a few. iirsj.":,., A1p
prior to his death, and was 'akien' St. A,
from his pocket, buthas ths I far ",e-e
kept, se't. The other is 'a;oYbs- MIRA
ion m cle'byPayne to a general of-
ficer of volunteers, just- prior to'his 1
execution, to whom the'declared that D
the plot was for the abduction of
President Lincoln, and that i was ,ClOt
only a few hours prior to the assassi- :. ,
nation that Booth ordered them to
commit:murler, they having repeat- &
edlyfailed in-their atteiptS at' ab-
ductioll. ^ Aug..


.. ...... !r--- --_ _= -___% -
^L lugatiu (xamn^ onid Da-ziev6--
r... o* g,. AN\EC.O&IJA TICAL BkA.T ,Aq NST THEM.
ST. AUGUSTINET FLORIDA, 1' 'The a tiip6re"Episcopal Metho-
SATUJRDAY, JAy,, q 5.J 67. dthasn a~ticl.0on'the subject of
".." .. ..i :, the codemn'ati'n by the plenary
LAST *SAT-URDAY :at noon the councilof the Catholic church, of
merry peals` of the old"church bells certCinfashiDable dances. The
toldte-peo* .,of -8t. Augustine.-that..-.Metoqt,-takes sides with the..counr-.
their beloved Bishop, the Right Rev. .. i discussion that has. ensued.
A UGUSTIN V EROT had arrive wd in W e t e "
the City." .e-welcome him to the '"N are we ignorant of round
AnciLtxCity, and hope that his Stv- acess practicedd 'ow. We' hae
here will,. be.as.ple;isant to him'-as jt_ obserr nithem. at SaratogoatIiht a-
wii be to his',numerous old -friendsi ter.nigl, until we knew all we wish-"
Te Bishop announced to the people ed t -wabou ten,. An old doc-
^ ,inhurch th't in the Plena,'v Coun- to,', acqstomned for "any years to see
:6 lael h 61d" 'i ... .foraltiy yearetotse
t lately ,heWin _altimore,. the t iunvrished silde of society isanot'
Church.of Flor-idahad not been for- 1-,1 be radish and fietidious
it n at tat'rmeasures liad' beeu "y'": .
gOtte.n a"ll a about orldreal' exhibitions; but if
taken wh h, when they would be Ese]pus'had livedd until,.now, he'
EsmaiL Jived..--, .l.now,. Ile.
confirmed b Kih&sanotion of the Holy would iDt ,havethotight'it' proper to
SEE, wqud very; materially and, look:..athephenomeuna of the polka.
effectually en antce the spiritual wel-_' we thein at- Saratoga, :except,,
fare ft. ...u
.O-*^filrite''ou~ld *be sta. ted^ ^ n- ladlies .who were thius handled
uhPtl communications have been re- and swui g about ;there night after
ceived, from- Rome, and although, the pight might have been perfectly in-
Bishop alludedto the facti. of the noentlof 11 evil, we, trust (they were
h~tizon in .the'vicinity of Rombing but if e.were *young 'an ma-
:'F' clud,andstormy, -stillW' a
troug";0pds(.thovi.ify ;sto w,.hllriaggeable again we would no more
Sh think of seeking one of them for a
-sp~end its fury with'6; ups~ting-or wife tha We; would select the show
."" ..dsturbg.. thordnay course, of cake-i a qoqfeptioner's 'window -for
.usin' Me th. elastig city. home consionption,.. It might be -a
.T .eBishoppannnnced.'al~otthe very good'cake-but theun, the o^so-
, Congregation that. theN .air. ,ately action ,e idea; of purity With.
.the .ty, by the colored people publikposure and irreverent han'd-
inuOrder to. raise funds for.the en- ling has a natural difficulty in it, So
largi-in thd gallery af6tted'to them. great-thaft. from what. we have heard
in the'ohuch had. produeed.-"a".et fall from gay gt.leinen, even the
sum 'of"three hundred and .thirty-six practice oftne polka does not.over-
dollars. which i ith smalll sums; "yet coredit. We khoW the, defence'
,dd may probably rea'eh, he figure of Aa i we-wereentirelv, fhmil-
; iree liundre- d fifty dollars. -This iar wUth.'gon." soit ou,'mal' e
..is.ndeed. good-nay ,very god. v.be'to:h.,who evil thinks 'but
q.Imallplaee1like St. Agugstn, o' tlAsri.ALtto o3 the garter is said.to
it, bespeaks highly the gener'osity; of h- ^e originated Under circum.._tances
i:the~peop]oof tli~e -Anci'oat Ci~t:. A l t a, e^ o -.tradicted its Iphil'os(phy, and
.;^ht, ,,,. .6bl" to the. Fair, fr, t};e ,aio..o ,: ia- is eom.;monly t,'ue to'tks. o~rigin.
s,..se~ai.rQg asidl^ .all pr,,iudi,.s, is we] t have apireimao'inatcio,
..Mdshr!.t:, ympathiz; w~tl i~el a^ Lct' h.,v ,ne purgedd 'of common
)90oted pwp .i n m-rrtj.ect, 1 u,:l,- se, n:, .i lbl, udibie. 21 he min-hrdr thn
bleas..!the'ext:nsion of. Chur,.R a<- e^ pr-e(.ive no evil tenden-cies im
.0innodations., Tlhe 1,air was' i:e r'- t: g n t ji fcivtie .brea checs of t!,o
, -* ty- .4, the amount raise.d".pro,^.:S it sr~ ~id.--1 he Cor'deli'mrs have a leg',
Ssrfffiflien~tly as indeed the'searcit~y of, end~that,' when St- Francis saw .a


yin the South is which ,young nman stealthily'kissing a ,inaid-
d equines no demonstration. We en, he raised his. hands-to heaven
cheerfully ;o'nratulati the colored a, d -returned thanks to God that
"peopie"forlthe success they have. ob-' therewas so much Christian. charity
rained,,andthliis fugft to go far to 14 the world: TIe s.aint 'was so pure
,prove what oe. peple in the could imagine no impulse -to
have so',m uc .%jifculty to nderstand, 'kissing b'ut, C hr "' ian paty, and
that i the S uthare .et te-.be found discn no spirit in. bit "elovateW
.tIe UeSt friends of the 4co0lored p9o- religious devotion'. -'Now, we confess
ple who 'Willig'eo get~hoirhands we are not pure enough to. bo.stone
iqo-their pockets and makesacrifices .ind:.;W:e re0t0 be- of our
tocome to 'teirassietaneei. senses' and a knowledge" of. 1. D
r> THENE YEAR. nature. ,We. do'not/think tipt polk-
Th.e-.New Yei.grcanrejn ip "4 very ,.aningg has a power. to steady, the rea-
bad.humor and did its best to make -son, and that waltzing gives a paraly-
everv bodyjust as uncomfort ableastic go to animall .. a
possible ; it. seemed to 'disl ke, being of the Germann shuffles the intellect
'routed 'out' fro the coming &ears,'to into a iegioh of ure elevati, inac-
'take.-its stand in the active present. "essible to .p.assions.. We do not
| Some' -allowance' should -be paade'"Ahink that gross improprieties become
, .. .. o .',.'; e ....! ',6 6 ', a i. .
-'h6rdever, for itq as the- old- year -went h 0.5logs because they are,'tashion-
---:_ut-iot t.t, -we -will pu~tL-8mething a&L `.We think.ofa waltz much as
down to tl i1force. o 4'.xa'p6e. .'Our .Byron di4,,.wh' ,,was not a'Puriian.-
( new friend, %'. "will speedily 'amIle .The'opinion 0f~the Catholic 6o0"niil
upon uk we presume. as, sqpa as it derives.great, weigtb. froml the fact
igets' a little 'used to existence; in that it is based upon thq information
hi, t 'his'twll only follow the example, of obtained.in'.tie corAfbssionDal froth one
us, joor mortals, who weep when we end of the country to the other,, e
-are born into this wicked. worf, but effect of these dances Uoa-lbe mind
of etortear ad. lauhnd and-moralswit-usisan inference;
..<.n g a .... -. with them it is iaiglsure, and we do
Squkly beme s cntew how its ht is to be re-
arl& oe-willing to lea .e its plee siotedby the votanrfegof Ihe fashion.b ,
; sure-mapd follies... In spite of the i- *".' ,
^ p, *'*.i,* i. .3'''S^An -Election or. Clerk, of t-he
clemency ,of the weather we observed. M, Al
. a good manyC persons of arkTapln '.Ciuit Court ame off. 0 Monday.
dispositiong, who positive insisted Messrs Dunhaw and-Se'ui were the
0. on bPin.- Iy... -The Goah mite cus- candidates ; segui obtained 12 wa.
tom.ofahia- i f g-Iell]s .as, oseerved to j ority in the'C'ty:. Ai the time' of
a s all .enc. 1..
A I own- e writing 'the county has not been
AW.-i The. Sylph' arrived on Satur- heard from. The result- cannot be
' day, o0 her wa,3 to Smyrn.. .. ....'The, known until all lte returns, haye come
srOp, prevented . ^rIeaving for sever- in, owing to the plection.-haviug been
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ting as such will be allowed ten -cts 8n
every certificate ordered-1,y.j.them-provi-
ded their remittance amounts to $1.
Agents will collect 25 cents for every cer-
tificate, and remit 15 cents to us. eithe" in
cash or postage stampss., Agents remit-
ting at once $30, will be, entitled to a
beautiful Silver Watch, and als6 200. er-
tificates.
Please write.your Name Town, county
and state Plainly, and address all orders
to
Watch and Gold Jewelry
Company,
3 86 Liberty Street, ew Iork.
st. Augustine Dec, 1, 1866. 4m


DOLAN &iSTCKNEYj
In thanking their numerous Friends
and the Pul~igem rally, !or.: their kind
and liberal patronage, best owed,upon them
since commencing business in "t Augus-
tine, would respectfully invite attention to
their large and well-selected Stock of
Christmas Goods, from the best ,arketa,
consisting in'part of'
Floiu r of the best Quality.
LAR D, u TTEtRi19NS. &c.
Cheese, Pork, Soap, CapdIes, Pick-
les ITpbacco, &c.
KEROSENE'OkL, SYRUP AND YM<
LASSES,
: ALL KINDS OF
FIIf LIQUORS, FOR FAMILY
S, USE. !
Canied -rrui't, Jellie-9
and Candies.
CONDENSED MILKI OP TH*e VERY'
'KSTQUXJ 1TY.'-T
ALSO TO THEIR STOVK.,
^LA'MP 5 CRQOCKER'
I^P. X, cyv r^^^
rFA N Y'GOODS. .

D. I S.. Would iepfress upon tht, pub-
lic that all their goods cannot, be excelled,
and,they 'r-.themf at '
C-eaV "Reidlriced"PieeS.
-DOILA &? STICKNEY.'
St. Augustine, Dec. 8, 18M.
FREE TO EVERYBODY

A LARGE 6 pp. Catalogue, teaching
how to remove Tan,, jre.cklcs,.Pim-
ples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallowness,
truptions a'nd all impuriies of the skin.
How. to force Whiskers, redtoro curl and
beautify the hair; renew the ,age, cure
Drunke nness, Ne'vous'WDebility, .and other
useful and valuable information,,. Every-
body send for it. Address BER9AR'
SHUTT8 & CO., Chemists, 285 River
'Street, Troy, N. Y. '
St. Augustin,.)Dec.:29, 1,866, 9 1m.

'.1 .. ..CAN BT 7.E.- BEA'.
.0 XlA , OF; TKT.-<&,^,

1INDERSEET1 4S .:
^Vo Shlall sell.C~jap
foIr Caslh ",*

KEP.OSNE. APPLES. ,TOBACCO,
And e verd "arifd# of Groceries and.
I','~P ovision-s.' ... -*
S'EEINIG thc need of Invalids for fine
liquors, We h~ave obtained at. large
expense a choice setection ot" the best, li-
quorss which ,we, will sellat reasonable
rates, Others begin to see the ad~van-
tags of fol~o4hg otir mo!to," 't^tiick'"safles
and small, protfits," are endeavoring to
take the same track, We however know
the road, and intend to 'keep A HE A D!
We shall sellasX.OW as anybody for, cash


give us a call, Dont buy before coming to
see
GRE'ENO. & MONT9OMERY,
St. Augustine, Dec,. 15, 1866.


Notice. .,
...D ou f-cuit Court, of St. John's
County Florida, upon a decree of fore-
closure, wherein Antonio Canova is plain-
tiff, and Irwin Drysdale and others are
defendants: .
I will offer for aile at. public-outcry on
Wedo-'esday the'9t day olfJanuaryt 1867,
in front of the Court House at. St. Augu.s-
tine, Florida, between thie hours prescijb-
ed by law, the foUlowing described proper-
ty, to wit:
I All that certain' House and Lot of ground
situated on th'e Etst of St. George. street
in the City of St. Augustine, bounded on
'e North by lot6fA. H. Cole, on. the
ast by. let of TIomas Nelson, 'oh 'the
South by lot now or late of A. H: Cole and
4on the West by ssid St. George Street, or
,so much thereof ts will satisfy said Eleou-
ltion, issued out of said Court. in favor of,.
:said Antorio .Caiova.
, A.D. ROGERO;
Sheriff of St. John's County.
St:'AugustineqDec. 7,&1866. ,* 4t


' ., ; '"3N CIRCUIT COURT OF TH A
EASTI"ERW CIRCUIT 9F FLORIDA, 9 -
S.ST, JO)IIN'S CO.,AT SPRING TEEM 1867. j "
Da-id R 'Dunham, '
vs. >.attAchment,"
Franklin F raoer. "
'T '',pearins1'.by aFid vit in this a.ct'on,
th.,.t the sn d';r"kiakl a 'raser Dei en-
tiat, resides witlout. tle limits of. mi:"
itc. Notice is hic- by given to L.,m, a-
Also to othier',ir,-on, .vlho are or way bt
interested in tile sul>ecc. matter of. the
same, b be and app,-ar before 'tlie said
Coizrt uporithe first day of the spring term
t.horeof for.^67,, aand then and tlhwre
plefd, demur, or answer the Plaintihf.
.declarination herein.
JOHN C'. BFFT N'GTON,
S. Clerk of Circuit Court,
,. i. for St. John's County.
StC Au'giustine, Dec, 7, 1866. 3m

Notice.
ALL persons having claims or demands
,,against the Estate of Washington
M. harp, late of the County of Volusia,
State of Florida, Deceased, are hereby re-
quired to present the same duly authenti-
cated as is required by law, without delay,
to the undersigned, and all persons in-
debted to the said Estate, are required to
make immediate, payment.
". EBEN MARSH,
.. .Shvirff of Volusia County,
:.. -, and Ex-officio Administrator.
'St. AUgustine,. Dec. 1, 1866, 8w.'

Notice.


PAINTS:AND OIL'S..
Linsied Oi, Turpentine, Ch fi-me
Yellow. Chrome Gieen, Chrome Red,
White Lead, Verdigris, Lamp Black,
Paint Brushes assorted, Putty Glass,
furniture, Varnish, &c.
" B. E, CARR.
St. Augustine, Dec. 8, 1866.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOBL THE
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,' -
ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. FALL TERaM 1866.)
To Benjamin F. P'ackard (Principal and
George Burt and Joseph E. Masters Sure-
ties, .L ,
WTHEREAS the said Benjamin Pack-
ard gave a Bond to the State of
Floi'ida in the penal sum of five hundred
dollars, and whereas the condition of the
said Bond, was that the said Packard
should appear and answer to the charge
of trespassing upon the Public Land. of
the State of Flori~da. at this the Fall Term
of this court, an^ whereas the Said Pack-
lard has-failed so to appear and answer,
and whereas the said Bond. h1as been
estreated in due form of law ar ,appears
by the Record of this Court, and whereas
the said George. Burt and.Joseph E. Mas-
ters, are the sureties on said Bond as ap-
pears by'the ]lond now on file in this
Court:
Now therefore, you and each of you
are hereby ordered and, commanded to
show cause, if any.you have, on the first
day of the next term of this Court why
judgement should not be entered ..against
you and each of you and execution issued
for the penalty of the said Bond,, and Lin
default thereof judgment will be entered
upon, and execution issued-against you for
the'amount of your several liabilities on
the Said bond. '
Witness John C. Buffington Clerk of
said Court., and the Seal of the said Court
at the Court House in the City of St- Au-
gustine, in said Crouity thWs 24th day of
A. D. 1866. :
JOHN C. BUITFINGI ON,
": : *, Clerk
By W. MILFORD .INGRAHAM9 ...
Deputy Clerk.
SL.Augtti~te Yo. 17, 1866. a 3]
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Coffee, Sugar, Granulated Sugar.
Powdered Sugar, Stewarts best Syrup
Buckwheat and Flour at Retail.
B. E.CARR. -
St.- "ugustine, Dec. 8-,186G.-"


CHOICETFAMILY GROCERIES.
Lxt:-a Family Flour, New Bmck-
wheat, Corn, Grits, Cod-fish, ,Cheese,
Butter, Lard Pork, Badon, t
B, E, CARlR. .
St. Augustine, Dec."'8, 1866. i


...., no;ce,. -,
ALL persons indebted to the Est'te;'f
, Alonzo-A..Bravo, late of St.J'Qh-s
county deeased, are requested to .ni4e
immediate payment, and all persons-bhL -
ihg claims against'said Estate are request-
ed to present the same duly authentica-
ted within the, time prescribed by'la -or
this notice will b6 pleaded in ,bar *of t-heir
recovery,;; A
ANNA CORNRIX-113BRAVO .
,, Administratrix.
,St -Augustine, Oct. 13, .1866. 8w.


'S'Sks-,Sn 30 Kegs Nails, 25
Bbls..Flonr, 26 Cases Kerosene. Oil,
10 Boxes Soap, 5 Boxes Cheese, 6
Bbl& Onions, 500 Bushels Corn,
By tl'e quantity to the Trade.
B. E. CARR.
St. Augustine!."Dec. 8, 1866. ,

ASSORTED CROCKERY.
Er Ewers and Basins, (ftambers. Bqwls,.
Plates, Cups and Saucers, I, pats,
baking Dishes, Tea Pots &c.
Aug. 11. B. E. CARE.,

FOR SA E, 2OR RT.
The vacant lot known as the "Magno-
lia Retreat,"
Aug. 11' CARR.


SIX months after date I will apply to
the Judge of the Probate Court of
St. John's County, for'Letters dismissary
from the Administration'of the Estate of
Stephen Marten lat-e of said County de-
ceased. ,
EDWARD MARTEN,
.... Administrator.
St. Augustine Oct. 6th 1866. 6m.


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-- Executor W Se.
B Y virtue of an order of sale granted
r) y the P*ba-e Coitr., of St. John's
Co,''y, t '1i6 lla'e 4t public aucti'on,.on the
204l.ij[ of DoeiWber 1866,'i*t 12 o'clock
n~on. hAront-oT.t4te Court.cHouse, in t4e
City -of'St. AuguStine, the fdl4w ing Real
Estate. belonging tb Philip Solana deceas-
.e d .- .. *
A House and Lot-at the corner of Char-
lotte and Greev street, with. -an. extensive
Lot-anq out buildings.
'An unimiproved Lot- outside the City
Ga containing 18 acr;es moic.or less,
'onutfiekat si4fe o fthe public road.
^2"acres at a place. 'alled'the two Sis-
ters "Diego Plains." ". ," '
30 acrvsjmore or less at a place called
Mouttrie on6 the West side of.Matanzas
Hiveraboue'a miles from- t:,s ity.
100 acres adjoining the $,ove. tract on
Moultrie. /. $ .'
Alsd. the"ousehold furn Iure.,
. Tem s Cash. '* ".
^ 1 MATHEW SOLANA,
,t Executor,
Tyhiabo:e sale is postponedt~o Monday
the L4.t..day ofJa nuary, 1867.,
P. For further information apply to
Judg'O"m LLtt. Philrt, ,,
St. A'gustine.Oct, tFthI.j.6,


FLORIDA BOUSE, .
ST. kU*USTINNkT".
T HE vunde resignedd having taken'* the
ct,- 1 .1 Ffitt ing IP. theom* with en
n|gs e^Rurnftur(3j i~rtfe rad;;r "kte-e^
manner, and'des.igns to' have if, "present
to'Invalids and others, the conveniences
and comforts of a first-class Hotel..
'"Billiard Tables can be found' rh; the
Imousefor the use of the Guests, and
Guides will b8 furnished at a! times for
those who desire to hunt. Boats for
sailing parties'Will always be'(t comriand.
No effort will be spared to make the
House acceptable in every particular to
all who may paitronize it.
Addressk, until the 10th October, the
undersigned, at New Haven, Conn., Draw-
er 41 ; after that date, at this place.
J.- H. REMER.
15, Aupstine, Oct. 6th 1866. tf


SALE'AF P(,F0ItFEIT^j0 IN,-
'T AIV IMPASVE
,MIENT AND SWAX[P

THE. purchasers of the following de-'
.T-scribed Ianda&in St. John's county
belonging to the Internal Improvement
.und having faileol to pay the bonds given
fe the credit instalments, said lands will
be re-,Wold it the risk of. the purchasers,
at thlj State Land Office, in Tallahassee,
on the first, day of March next, unless said
bpnds with interest and cost of advertise-
mt :are paid before that day;
'TWe Low- Nos. 2and 8 of sec. 32, T. 5,7
S., R. 27, E., 80.50 aires, entered by J.
e. Flinn.
The N. E sec. 36, T. 6, S., aI. 27, E.,
31.15 acres, entered by J. S. Htankins.
.... -The S Wf of a F, E 1,,,..,, 6. &,. R_
g7, E., 31.1ra crs,,ucew d.by J. S. Uan-
k rn s:' ... '' ''. "
The S of S wl- sec. 36, T.6, S, R. 27,
E., 62 30 acres. entered byJ. S. Hankins.
The f'ot'.N. El sec. 4, T.A6, S., R. 271
E.i 81.5Uaciesi entered by Dennis Han-
kins. *e ,
The E} of s. E- cec. 11, and the S' 4f
N. WI sec. 12, T. 6, S.,lR.. 27, E,, 160.61
acres entered by Dennis Hankins.,
The NJ of N. Ef Sec, 14, T. 7, S., R. 27,
E., 80 acres, entered by Dennis Hankins.
The N. Ej of S. E- sec. 26, T. 6, S., R.
27, E., 40 acres, entered by John G, San-
ders. .
The S.'-WofN. El and N1 of Lot No.
2 Sec. 36, T. 6. s., R. 27, E., "71.15 acres,
entered by James L..Colee. -
.T The N. W1 of N. E. and N of N. W
-ec, 1, T. 7, S., R. 27, -1 120 .acres, en-
tered bjy James L. Colee.
-The S'of S. EIand S. E -ofS.W1Sec.
'3, T. 7, c., R. 271, E., and the c. WI ot N.
"W ofS. W1 sec. 18, T, 7, S., R. 28, E.,
198,74 acres, entered by James L.. Colee.
The N. W4 of S E cec. 23, and the W
of N.*W and S. E ofN. W14 sec. 25, T. 7,
-S., 11 27, E.,,160, acres, entered by.- Wil-
liamn H. Hickman.
he N. W-} of S. WI Sec. 1. T. 7, S,,R.
27, E., 40 acres, entered by Stephen Mar-
The E of S. WI sec. 1, T, 7, S., R. 27'.
E., 80 acres, entered by Stephen Martin,
The S. E of N. W.} Sec. 1, T. S., R. 27,
E., 40 acres, entered by Stephen Martin.
The S. W of sec. 30, and the N. W of
N. EN sec. 1, T. 4, s., R. 28, E., 78.53
acres, entered by Edwin Martin.,, .
The W. of N; W1-4 and Ej of _S W-4'
Sec, 6, and the s seo.,7, T, 5,1 S., R. 28,
E., 486.50 acres entered by J. M. Daniel .
The L ot No. 2 and S ofN."W1-4 Scec.!,
191 T. 5,R. 28, E., 143,10 aores, entered
by J. M Daniel. ,
The's. wl-4 of s. w^-4 saec.7, T.' 6, s.,
R. 28, E.",' 42.16=aea'es, entered by 'W, 'D,
W ard .. ':
The Lot No. of sec. 26, T'. 8, s., B. 2J
E;, 40).10 aorea?" entered by Gasper Mas-.
ters .. :" -'* *; /.
The w 'ofN..'wl 4and ,N. wl-4 of s. wl-4
sec. 19, Tr. 11, s. R. 28, E., 116.72 -acres.
entered by. A. G. Wightman.
The s.wl-4 of N .wl-4 &ec. "27, T. 7-jSi,,
r. 29. e., 40 acre's, entered by William D.
M oseley, ". ,
The s. el-4 ofn. wl-:sec. 3, t. 18,' s. r.
.29, e., 40.93 acres, entered by David J.
Carter. ".. .. "
"' HUH A. CO RLEY',


Register of Public Lands.
St., Augustine, N v. 24, 1866 8m

.. SUNDRIES.
Corn, Salt, Fl6ur, Pork, Lard, Butfter
and crackers.
Aug. 11 B.E- CRR.


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PLENDiD HOLIDAY PRES-
ENTS!,
IOLDANDSILVER !
FINANCIAL CRISIS
compel us to sell .. .
n the Course of Six Xonthll
S250,000--$250,000-o
WORTHOF
Watches, Clocks, Chains, Diao
Rings, Pianos, Melodeons, Sewing,
Machines, Silver yare, r c.
ALL TO BE DISPOSED OFA-T

>)NE DOLT AR EACH,
Vithout regard to value And not tol
be paid for until you know what you,
are to receive
W After receiving the article, if it
does not please you., you can retuirA
it anol your money will be refundedL
"pHE STOCK COMPRISES, amongst
-. other articles, splendid clocks, Gold
-1d silver Watches, Rings'set with Di a.
honds, Rubies, Pearls, Garnet and. other "
tonese, (Sblitairt and in clusters,) Ladies"
eta of J ewelry, comprising. Pins and Ear
Ei.nAot'the most fashionable styles, aet
V i ft .S s w i i e i o f e v e ry . = "
;ether with a large assortment of lG11
And Enamelled and Pearl sets, Goldridtas
mnd Sleeve Buttons of the most beautiful :
patterns, Gents Bosom and scarf Pinb,'
ind an. endless variety of Bracelets,
;haifls, Musical Boxes, Head Dresses,
,;om#6, charms, &c.
In consequence of the great stagnation
)f trade in the Manufacturing districts of
France and England, alarge quantity of
valuablee Jewelry, originally intended for
he European market, has been sent. off
'or sale in this country, and 'm'usf be ol1d
tanyr sacrifice.!' Und'er these circum-
tances. the "WATCH & GOLD" JEWEL- ,
RY co.;" have resolved'fipon

An AppOintment! .
object to the-following regulations:
Certificates of the various articles,
vithbut regard to choice or value are 'first
put into envelopes, sealed up and mixed;
and, when ordered, are taken out by 'a
Blindfolded boy, and sent -by mail, thlis
giving all a fair chance. On receipt' of
the certificate, you will see what you ate
to have, and then it is at your option to'
send the dollar and take the article or not.
Purchasers may thus obtain a Pian'o,
Mlelodeon, sewing A3achine, Gold Watch,
Diamond Ring, or any set of Jewelry on
)ur List for One Dollar. ,,
NO BLANKS. Ji

In all transactions by mail, .JMkhall
i'harge for forwarding the celRl,
)aying postage and doingthe buH p5
;ents each, which must be,'enclofle^Shep
he certificate is sent "for." Five $1, eleven. "|
:or $2, thirty for $5, sixty-five foi<, ;t,
and 100 tor $15.. .... "
A.GENTS'.-.We want'agents in every town ,,


Magnolia S
ST. AUOUSStINE .
T 11s well known House, which hagt
been entirely renoviated and partly
refurnished, now offers -greater induce-
l e il t s ,
To Invalids and the traveling Public,
who visit the "Ancient. City," for Health
or pleasure, than any other in East Flori-
da, .having about SIxTY RooMs well ven-
tilated and warm, and over three hundred
feet of piazza. .
The Proprietor is of old standing as an
Hotel keeper, knows the wants" of his
guests,, and pledges 'himself to give" his
,undivided attention to their comfort. '
His Table shall not be surpassed by
any in this country. o '
A GOOD tiN'E OF COACHES IS NOW RUNNING
FROM P1COLATA TO PIHIS PLACE.
Horses for riding. and boats for sailing
c0an be had at any time. "
JNO. C. BUFFINGTOJ, "
, Proprietor.
st. Augugtihe,'Fla., Aug. 11, 1SB.


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'NIOMN H HOUSE.
CBEEN COVE iSPRIN,
1 FLORIDA.
ON' THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.

Vs'HE undersigned having completed
\, "& 1-' her n-:.v and commodious House, has
%iow of enedtthe same to the public as
A'fIRST CLASS:hOTELG
Parties, whether-alone or accompanied
by their families .seekifig the'mild nnd
genial clidate of Florida, on theist. John's
... will find all the comforts of a home at this
house. .
The rooms are large and, airy,, ad. are
t carpeted, ahd the furniture new and com-
plete. 'The House 'c''t.i n..over fifty
*rooms,' On the East'*i S6uti .sides
there are ten suits of rooms expressly for
families. ;; .,
.i This House. is, situated within a few
hundred feet of t.M celebrated 'White
Sulpher Spring" (formerly known as the
Magnolia Spring. )* distant ,from Jdckson-
vil'le, about thirty miles All the Steamers
stop,at this point, as, they pass up, and
down the river.
Having removed fr6ro St.-Augustine to
the above House, the &trtbnageof my old
friends is respectfully 1Ititedand that "of
as mftny new ones asmay be pleased to
call on me.. .'
... rs._S.A..EATON.
; *.--^/u-un. a. p, "-. "---"-


; P Pi'BAT' 'OFI S41 .# JOAtNS COUNTY, ."
St. Auggattae, Iat ?4nuary, 1867.4w
TA N'Election ieiheke;Ky bordered to be
i j._ held atthe Aeveral:recincts of tlws
ofnty on Monday :the 21st Instant, for
the. Office of Coupty Cjopmissioner to fill
V t'e vacancy occas-end by th'e resignation
of Ram'n*Canova s ., ""
P6118'' t6=be opened at, 9 o'clock A.,M..
and cldqed at 5 P. M..--. The following Inr,
specters are appointed for Ihe several pre-
cincts. ",. .
St.. Augustine Precinct Nb 1 at' the
Court House-Alexanide.r "Ivauoski,' C M
Bravo; John Pacetty Senr. ,
Pitolaia Precinct -No 2 at Ponato
Bravo's residence-*- Henry Neligan, Pqo-
nato Brave, Francis P Ferreira. .
snampson Precinct NO 3, af 'Alexhnder
Powers 'residence-John Mas:ters, 'Paul
Sabate, Alexander Powers .
-Mdcasin ,Branch Precinct ;o 4, at
Maiuoe $olan.'Vs, residence- Manuel So"
lana, Josepl E Masters, Albert LogcrQ.
Orange Miqls Precinct No 6. at Mauricio
Sanchez residence-MaUricio S-.tjichez,
Antonio Baya, Francis L l0ancy.-
; tnd'nipendenie Precinot No C) at -William
\0,Oseen's-.-William Ostcen, Joiin I'elL~tr,
Virg~il R Dupoat.. ... :
llo~ls-town Preci:ict No 7 at D I." C ,m-
:)~ls residchce.--D,H C~ti.,p~el:, Vi'at._o
So8lans, Wil. im Du ance. ,..'
^h' re. arn oi0'el ct.ialu st\A\B b,0 ~rm^tglt'
t, to the Offioe/of the P'robate Judge w-ithin
%.J-ee, days ai'ter the duy'of elec',ion.
... JOHN LOTT PfHJLLIPs.
q" 9- !: i "' : '" -* 'Judg. "^ P olwt,,


































































: ;St John's Cou~nty 1.,,orida,
St. Au'gdistine, Jan., 5, 1867, .8t

Admm'istratrlx Sale.


B Y virtue of an order of sale granted
.B bythe. jPrpbate Court of'St. Johns
county, I will sell at public auction -on
Monday the 7th day of January 1,867 at
1 32 o'clock nbon in front of the court house
in the city of St, Augustine, the follow'-
ing real Esta.e belonging to the 3.t2te .
Roque Leonardy deceased. All that cer-
tain parcel of land containing 7-35959
43 .. "" :':"''* 43566
acres within the limits 'of tile city
of St. Augustine'with ),he improvements,
"' .*; 'thereon situated-on Poujouds point..
Also 3 Acres more oriless adjoining the
"above tract.
: Terms Caslh. .
... SAINA A. LEONARDY,
: '' Admitnistratrix.' ,
~ -P. S." Pol ftirther "-particulars c"oncern-
ing the ,bo'bve, etracts ofJ and apply tc
Judge John L. Phillips. .
St. Adgustine, Nov. 10 1866. 0 ?

Administrator's Sale,

BY +irtue~bf ah order of sale, granted
-B.by the Probate Court of St. John's
County, I wlffsell at Public Auction, n
the j7th day. of Januiary, 1867, at 'T2
o'clock,,. in'front bf the Court House, in the
-'..il'W St. Auguxtine, the following men-
tioned Real Estate, and a small quantity
". -,6 rMueh0ld Fti-rnith-re,--belonging to fhie
"" .EVte qf Joseph Mahucy, deceased :
All that certain lot fronting St. Francis
-'Street,'.cohtkairing an Or'ahge Grove of 52
1" bearing trees, ;more or tess. A House and
Lot, with improvements thereon, contain-
ing a small groe of bearing Orange tiees,
situated at the 64r60-" Of St. Francis and
.Chai4lbtte Street.
Alfo a&lot with theimprovements' there.
van, froitiing on Charlotte Street, and ad,
joimingUje ..lat mentioned lot. Terms
his
.- 'JACOB ,SYPLE,
-: .- i "* mA ark
S.MAORRET SYPLE,
.... Administrators.
:.St. Augustine. Dep. 15, 1866.

DRY GOODS.
![, ."PRFUMERY, Drugs and Medicines
-_l' 'Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
S .. -.: STATIONERY.
Iron, Tin and wood Ware Crockery,
Glass and Hardware, for sale by
...... G. BURT.
3t. Augustine, Aug. 11. 1866. ;


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S IX week's after date I will apply to
[. the Judge of the Probate Court for,
Letters .of Administration on the Estate of
Amelia Perrault late of said County de-
ceased. :
EDWIN AUBRIL.
St. Augtistine Nov. 24, 1866,' 6w,

Notice.
0IX week's after date I will. apply to the
* .Judgee.f the Probate Court of St,
Xdhn's County for.Letters of .Administra-
tion on thbe Estate of Thomas Crosby late
-of St. Johnp' Cou.ty deceased, ,
JAMES'CROSBY,
'St. Augustine Nov. 24, 1866, 9 6w.





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AA







ndw you as-& bdgUi corn at
friom 50 to 765-yoa.now ask two Jolpars
and a half! I bought A dher ,at" 50
cents per c.t.--)you now sk $1,i5
And so on to t.,e e4d of the chapter
L t us l6ok at. the practicwl working
f the; thin, offer y y ,per
at two'dollars-tfe old.p ice.- Uif you.
willl pay in produce' a( l1d ),ices.',
tihis you (leLeine to do, because it,
- ul t ike tvo bushels of' heat,-
..hich you estiinate*at six dli1la,'s. It'
would take four btishels Is.... f Corn,
Nihi-ch1iwou}d .at," the present price,,
aidrount to tenroYar;,. lt.would'take
00 ibs. fodde; for iwlhli "yh 'tounow
cisk six dollars." .: <
"Hold on,, Squire--don't go any.
farther. -Here are three dolbhrs;--put
(lownnii^ naineI 1 finld editors', are'
pot, afier all, so unredasonable. as. (0om'e.
bfthe rest of us.': ,t,
I Arrivabiat the ltotels*


I-aj I V-h1i 7,e 15 "?
: The Quhfifcvyf Ca fii?')it &dl. lpkAys-
rfthe following ha nd.+naje tribdute.tojth
"nobfe old Roman'-whlich ,fVll com.
mand a he.artv "amen" fr.om, all who
knowi t1im and appreciatee hi., pri-vte, 1
as well as ,Ms public worth >: >.,
We are disposed ,t bvefl(t i.h-
action of t'h0 .Geinerl 'Asse'mbly iii
th is .matter, _41 114 v1 1it to. t,! e; -":
ple, their colistittieuts, to judgQ :fijr
'themselves, whether or Dot they ada-i
thol-'17ed it,, 1 itvie0Wof' tfthre-i, "!0
vote itsel1'w lf .t'e;r pl 'it swi-fit,,O l t i 't
pro vide to r.a jit, ryies., ,t tho t ;
moral heroism amd, tarage of. ajoX. ;
J ohn Beard the Comptroller of thee.
State, in refusing to 1omint ai "t ?,
il violation ot Aissoatli.to s mpport heth
oastttatiol). (>fthee Ste, and ofagrqa;.
injury to the'- utate, deserves. uo.re;,
than a p iss,,o. *hotice.. E'n) andIf
steady he held-to his convictiis1 rmt- '
withstanding the tlrp.at of .fpeaet-,
mlent and thOe jeeila, nd.taunts of ''ia--.;
appointed' Lgos+lative .,.b6 ,. .who,,;:
il ready, by a two-thirds vote, dam m.d
the \'et-, of'tho Exedutive. and wbhe -
called upon tot defineTiiss position 'in ...

in substance, that hiie..d bee an. 4OR
public servai.tfbor years;, and .ad nev-
.r acted contrary to.tle:e onscie-ntious
convictions of-duty, amnd,-,it. was tpo.
late iu his lie to call upon him two',da
so now. 'We erimust express the 'high-
est admirati-)n for lie .firmness a^qd'
counrige f* Majo r Bgar4. an~d 'we!1;&>-
]ieve the 'people of Mforida will -honor,'
Ilim, in'all tfiim' to O6nejefoprit.- He
lhas done them,an a gooA. service.. -11
:has saved the T'easury. of the ,State,
i20,000 dollars,' it has ,beeq ptiuiaktegd
and until the Suprec Court. decid-s
otherwise the over. As ray drown"
lost year by'th;e`'menibeis anud bfficets
,of the Genyeral 4se n], as regard '
!ed by the act of 1861, is.stil!,du%, ,tp,
the TreaIsu'r.- -.--if thisi aniount;is
c('nsidered'it Will be iounid'that Mwjor
Beard has reve'lnelt'he'pieoploe from'
being taxedd, as it is estimated, t9thOe.
amount of'10,000 dollars., ,'
"' Well done, thou good and faithful
servantY^ L ** ; 1 !* ** ': '' "** '" .. r
:CoA. JOHN Tl. SrRAGUE;^-AnO;'-
tieal notice olirle ci~iangeof command
of t-hi, I+iilitiiry DiLstr: :t appears in
ano their place. :Iajor Gjeiieral Fos-':
tcr is suc'-eeded by Col. JohnT.,
Spr';itte_ piig "a'nd flavorabty know.'i
to t,,e people of -lorida as a genfc~e-- "
ma of mo( t ra Ol- i wart~h, an4 aa,oSft.er or'"
sounid j udgmiet tand discretion. Col.
S prag ue w as s~t.tio,11e.d, .ia thi \sci ty fo r
several nmonthis: and ii' w-e 7,'.,+it~is-


made famniliarwith,. affairs ..which,-a
times like these'- caed,'Tor. .ilukity
ini~i'&'fc'reice. The -result'"inmressed
us amo ftv',,ibly w. th .is aqL1nn.sfcr,.-
tive ability., *We aye vervy sure.taiit,
so lonlgas tlie people yield:-bedience
to Civil 1uiho'rity they 'will 'n'ot. be
d Isturied bv the mihli.try, ,at leasb
while Col. Sprague is in comniand.-
Jacksowiv dle Un., *
v%, The -new Eoman 'Catboti
Cathedil: building hi "t "coi ner of
Fifth Avenue and Fifteeirtht._-,jecpet'1
New ^oA is k tI cost our' imillions of
^.~~ ~ co t U h."*"'
dollars. XtwiUl,. be. tU+ rgcpt~elig'i-
dus' edifee'e"., hlo,: .+6nfwdet,,, 'Not
only will itj 4ap4 qHoq etevatea
"ground. but its -loftinesu and gran-

twers thbree, hundred, ana twel t-
five reat high. .,The sqle of .-afp-i"
texture will bedlpure Gothit.' Anoth-
.. i ,. t
er great Cathedcral Is building, In
Broklyn. 'It i's to, c 69f, 1two .and-a-
half millions dollar, 1)r.. Ci-
p Cns Church on Fi fti-! Aven'ue'vaid
JDr.. Hawks' Chuurch ,In .,wenty-fifth
,street, are. nearly, finished. '1 1,6T
.are, both. uagnuiceit.spe'Qlmuens ofart.
THE EFFECT OF'ADy-,,KRTlISrIN -
That it pays to dvertise, *is a,-.a'hc
that is pretty oll:estabflaed. "G. M.
+:West,, editor of '-th Blif6d^ ';(Wis,)
Times, giv.eshis opinion' i'n this wise:
I'Does it py...:'^' qdyertise Ouex
perience teaches :us that it does. A
week a .o fi e aicifdsed for a boy to
lean t&Ce ribnter's, trade. Imagine,
our surprise (.) dn6 Monday-morning.
on fialingatow d i^Jf n appli-
cant *Ayw^h g U ht .'ightit ds and
a half :We -would, .otg-4aranee to
all such returns ,by patronizing :the
printer, btit thisis. one kistauae.
where it wt,4 a success. ,1 '
Time is the old Justioe, trat efxamines'all.
offenders.


and0it`a1t Is the price;' 4c 1 I: ^LRI D)A i[.OC4EI.-,J, li. 1.EMREt, ;
"Wehave.some very nie |' December,. 20 th, :* 1866.';
....... cents, *" JWitlifiwife & children C.)hicago,
Fifty cents.! Whi'a,'wMis the pricee ; Ne ok
before the war:?" ap .; C t S Groves, rqoklyn N, Y'
j "Froeighte&n..tottwer .sir..-. Wnm^W Gandy. *.N .ew:-York,'
: "wd!, Mr. G Qtpa !m, !t<,e se 'eoceiber, 23, .. !
some oLt. your ,beaidhrting. IT.P1El IsI New rk
IVL 1, ^^ ^yF Waters, ,- L~exiingtOl,' Ky',
What is the iee of7 that?
',... .... ",s. Van Ness in fant'&serv't NX .
"Bleache D Oiiti g is w'rth. h 'lf'a ... ... : .. .
dollarr yer yvtrai, sirl.', ." ..... MLAGN I -osiA HO -SE- B FIFIiN G6N.
j ...Did ytyu not fornmerly sell. it /at .S .Allen; ,New York, City,
ffftee'n;to twenty' ce s,per yard'?:' M rs J S -odge, + .. ....
I' (,yes' sir-: but, as I before, remarkk.' J H'P Do-e : ... .
', ... : ,, r / uah pV J b oo lain a ,. "
Yet _0y o ,m, :iae 1s higher Mrs J, D), Agustt, Ga,
titan fbrm erly...... ,. ;, : is .A ,D ye, ,1 '. ,-.,, ,. ."
'"W ell..sir,'I'se'e X 'ca4'tf 'aff rd"to' Mr W Dye';1? .. -t( o
,buy dry goods and groMcerie, 'but iss Richards ",. '
- ... gre i Il. Mrs tobiou, Jnacksonville, Fla,
a-hi'obligedo b have 'someb flour, bacon ;i. 1 pisee, 1 .
land &corn..-- What. are- those articles. ,J 8 prague, Charleston, S L,
:woit?; .. lrtlStraw,. 1 New York,.
" lourlour is from sixteen to twenty C t 1 C 1'owers, ;, .,
;dol'a-s per barrel;" corn two dollars ^ 'uL ExrRACT.--e nake
andt~a" h ]a ft rbshel, nd ,b :--on
a '.,f bse ;n ^ : ^ /' ithefbllowifii -extra.Ict from 'the elo-
twe .ty--igi cents per,.p o',unnd. orat0o, delivered by Col. T. .
Don't.'ru re.ien.ber when I ad- f e editor of theT Vicksburg,
ers.. ., irtydol. ,. u Tiimes, before tne* Press Convention ,
;you 8/lhi'flour at S5. per' ba-iel, !orn a y, e 5t. -
i ,, : In t )tC, _fW l +onda, fthe otlt. It
at 60 cent- per bushel and bacon at|s0eO 'io beautiful tibutes
131.cen-ts per pound ?' to the Soltrh wc haveseen : '
", eil, yes, I believe so.', ,.".( ', ri j uthi-n litionaility is a dream-
W ow hien; do you expect 'me- t o of thie pasA, A 1 gulf, beyond whiph
pa y from one .two "wo .unded per we eoiil, not p as yawned between us!
tiiadvance on: former prices, a d and therealiz~afi'n o'eouro lipes; and"
bnO&/raise ow i rites pr rt i, a oo upien:
i... .... my lat ; Its'b irk'and w t' edussweet perfLii e
'WOl-," dpn't knowV, ,Mr. -Editor -we YO1d( ot, ss to atlher themn.
but'it does seem.'tio' nme -yoid pricess kUi Su tiern 'crosss :n6h,, longer
are very extbrtion te.".!',!':, T i gleanm& oult'mid the wild .light oi bat-:
R eader, t'.,1e ale ;s "i fa cy -] : h oword o t th o va ti h cd is
lie sh'et daridte: land'is. glu ItII
sketch nor-does, itapply jo- -mer-;: slTbtt ha.ml'e' sl .h. o :.uY itar *I
"", (' './" :*. t e ,a i sepuc rs0 :b _m
cnam1s atone, ..... \' ,^ i tyred dead. .-but wheny veL's upni
'years have",pasted away-.when the
U.3. 1 "B R TX O.., ,7 lst fthepresqnt :generation sleep
^^,,, T- Ir i ^ .' 1 * with t aeir fathers "and nek .' r.o ;
":Ue'llo ." is'heEdt6'?'.-' i (T'g-fithe-ld i uiilial'.aces---when!
,'es, wa149, ar. Mumgs t- i or, actionn sall-li'av U IIed hu ihed ad(;
a seat' sir'.' "d r L jtsttce hold, the scales, tlhen.i.s 4right-
"'I just called to se&, about, takin"' asi dnryand as'ti oe 'tromi biemislh a~n.'
aap r / S r e. "Wfc A ,the y n *il1 st^ n io r th in .b'r h t r e li etl
1 1 pap r; b r i' th y. po,n thle scroll of hist,-ric 'tal'le 'the:
;'ifiig a:.ow'" ,;, .... ^ ':" ' " reeord~ofthe Sout^li, dearer t~o"tlie!
-Tllree .dollai's'a' yeiar, sir."; '^ .*" i .hea'to'f her elhikrcin,/now in^he !our\
'"Three dpoIlsi'w@ wy1 fie, er 'hea''d of sorrow than when on then march toi
ofscb- torio^ .. !victory she iebat-he admiration of thej
W e ll, M r ,ug n : ,'dr s a n ,"^ .. .; -..h e :-a n .V 1 1".' :
ydu :a,*e-^me wheat--wlMt. do;, yw, 0r~udwit~h reveren~atia"step. abomve tire
k for it,? ..., ';- ^. '' ...,- : s .f'wher~e motllders the 'dust of,'our


".Three dollars a bushel., sir.7' ; loved and lost; while 66'se-whf a-re to
"-I also whnt; someq acofi. ", What .Xf0ll0w us will. cherish .,as .household
.,' ,, gods, the names of those who carving
IS the pice?,'^ ; away thro'h -t eitieri Path of war
Twenty-eight cents per pound, hve writtenn their;.nam-es whery they
sir. .......... ..- a-."ineve die. the prin~ iipl6 e : fbi
" 1 "I wish, ikpwk.ej tpg..et, some corn om Wlih ich io.yaa .laid dowpjv eiri -lives
.a, nd~fodder,"w ,the prices: of ny.not be recognized Unil'.their
/, name ive g-rown felt e on ,the
'those articles.. ..... .""' .toigue Uf friendship and been drop-
."Corn, is- t o do ai',s an d a afeped, llke d4ac saleqe,' from the ear of
busel" and0 ioder a Adollar and"'half the world. -But it will struggle back
per "cwt. : iu]^ ,.,aQ^,et. nsettii from the h61idw bosomn'that once bled
--h, n p afr. :c r yo i1br 'it, and' send the heights ofgovi
titewpaper affair. Can't. yo ..i i A' ?^S
_ta nw, e-nment. An'd 'when' thfe' faithful
let me have'it'for \ ss^ than- three dol, historian shall deseefin into the vaults
'Iars. I di )At.see ay' good reason of the dead-past ifiq nest of'tradrdonS
for asking more tlti.z you. formerly of liberty, he .wlill-. then discover ,t
did"" -which was two dollarsI be- whom'the W''rldis indebted fobr their
lieve.^4 1 ^ .Perpetuatiqn.' ( ;
(Eh r:, somewat.'e.,xcited.)- Th The tele.ryiaph anibo'utinces that 'o'vernyor
thunder 'tOU don't I formerly bought Patton; of Alabama.,h~s:sent a message to
wheat atfa dollar a bushel-you now both Houges oftheLe'gi^sturereeommend-
ains the adoption of the.. b on12'itutional
ask three I/bought- bacon at 127--- amendment,


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The Old and tide'New.
W,ge~ndl out 0urf little %lheet ;"to- ^
davy,h.freigh-td with' the benedictions T,
o the dying old year, and "bearing to
ea&h :d":al'l o. our patrons' add
frio 0is, 00 hopeful sal utatio'ns. .of
the new :.i ,, ',
,'.(Y *. ^ ', <,,, : .' '' .V" l ."
We have our own personal t, hanksI'
to offer to"those '.o, with generousW
and publicQspirit~ed mt6ives, extended
to rs a cordial greeting when we
flung-.to the breeze ou'r ,mcomtemkt
banker, and4 who. have since encour,,
aged us'bv their hearty ,Iupport, It,
is such of the gpod,, people of At.
Auguistine w, ith whoip. we qan, mingle
feelings of a. common affectior, for,
the welfare .arild prosperity ofi,,'oui;
City, and with whom -we enjoy -the
burden'of the Issacril6ce wlichl it i
our misfortune to bear. But we feer
assured that these ill aie but tra'u-
^ sienti !,.We are. reaping,.the, tegiti-
s^-.-._ mate, effects of-"an UnnaturalWar.
A~ttLevery sigh..and., every tear,.and
eve^t'fvenogeful thought,' and'eve'ry
bitter -prej:udice, only rivets.,us .to a,
closer1 communion' -with 'our own
present misfortune. Weep .o,ve.r #e
tomb we may, scatter bright flowers,
glorious immortbis, ove. tlhe grave'ss
of our loved and ]6st. 1utt the mirth
and the joy and the festivity 'inust
go on.: Hop6 ne#er.'stops to grieved.
The-past must luet buried in i, s oWn;
,evil, aud its good united with all the
;' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '. I -*' ** t &i; '*'is
h"iigh hopes of the future, '%rtch i^ is
our duty to grasp and make otr-own.1
The old year, goes ,out, o0.. tlie: ,ye,
of: momentous events all'over; the:
worJd.. *As -f6ro ourselves', wl haveP
faith, hope, ,^nd charity in the'evrnts.
w~ich i're to0 shiape oeir own dbstlihy.'
WVeI VYfeel un abid-ingi :cojfidelico in.,
the' noble -rltnhood 9f the naionz .'
To,.tto iiAd ye~ir, grey with' servee;
All H'ail and tare well. its benedictions'
rest. especially Upo'n 'the p~oo" and the
a(Sftet> \e ju~st renlerHbe'r tdle'm
a~lBbjoeat& 6fp.r.iuo,a,s,ly.n~g.
S.e Sp'nd as we look i'nt t-he:f'uttlre
^ \ btuoJnt-.wlLh,. hype and: eotaf, .and.
linigiag'away the ;:ad muttterings of
selfi-shness and i.,uLti,,titiie, we na'y

... tfol^ im, heart t-he .ri~ngLng cfi'm~e : hi
\" ^/,^~'hitid vre^. '11.'


t. Lli-ng out, wild.be'ls,'-to .the wild sky, ,r .:;
i T:etflying cloud, the frosty light;" : *'
Thee.year is dying .in the tce niglht; '
Ring out, wild blies,.and let him 4ie.'., .,
,ing out old shapes of foul disease, ...
Ring out the narrowing lust of gold ;,
R Kinr out the thousand wars of old,
rting, mi,te thousand years of peace,

Ring ji tfhl valient. mailn, nd free, Ply .
Tiie. Jrrger heart, the kindlier hania:;6
,'; Rigmout the dal'knesg.oifthe land, .
Ring in the Chrisb that is to- be-. '', j

J Mi'. H Ti^s;' T'aieri1nteadent
F;the LIter. qnal Ocean T!eleg.i..ph
'Comldn'y, h.is ,bben' hard from.H le,
with his party, were on Jupiter. I a-
;lot two- huhdred- rifles diloivi, heh
tasAe'r,n.0Cpas4t 6'T iMorida on the '122th,
instant. "The entire -route .was .xnd
pract cblo f.or the prectionriof ele-.
graphic pole. ; (PneiparatioQ& -were:
0' progress t6' go tr~m"Jupeter Inlet
to ,Spider Key.;,. theiace to Key West,
A a distance jnt exceedingD One hunl4


: riondg 'man, 'pay attention,
Don't be a loafer don'/ call, Your-
g61"a:!loae"don't"' keep; loafers'
.. oompanyr-,don't ban'g About, 19afipg
I pl c6s." .'Beter work than sit'around
,.dy 'ftie^ day or..stad about "corners
"With your, hands ; in your< pockets.
SBe'tter 4"fr yoiir"own: hebdth--better"
0 t'eoytyojowa,.ii 0Spects. Bustle'hbout
if you mean to have anjiung to b;is-
Itie aboutfor, Miny a. poor physician-"
has bt'aiArd'a real',pnaient by' riding
.'.atltq an, imaginary dpp. A^,tire' 'o
blank paper, tied'with red. tap,, car-
riedr'untder a, lawyers ax.., may pro-
fureh.m his first case and make his
fottuue. Such 4s the **ldid tw' him
,,that hath sall'be givbh.- Quit drean-
1 ing and co ,plaini ,, 4 $"p busy an dl
^ mind your cbauces.


Merry Chiistmas adII Happy
'.i \' .,,"New,Year. "' ..
SFor man'y years the coming 1of grey,,
bearded Santa-Claus, has not been
Celebrated with so nWuch joy and
relisli' Ba ll sexes 'and a'ge.s of our
citizens, 'as. jt, 'w.,s' oiion. 'M ,.,u diay. Eye
wand Tuesdaym Ifwe. ay em01ploy ,a
slight exa'geration of terms, we
should-say that the dwellings in e'v(y
street opened their wide doors to the,
'hospit-lities of the season, a ndlwhere
cloudsbf'ogloomn, had long overhung
the domestic earth, ,'JhA'y, x,_ew1,",o^
this day and .Evi, *disp~ewlled ,itn 'the
universal mirth an,4 happinesss. ,'
T,.he- idn'igliht .nass ah the Catholic
maurch y'as.'unusually-.grand and, im-
pressive. Hardly had the aincient
'bells'i tld O the. midnight hJour,
when tjie.bh11rch presented ,a most
gloriouS picture. The holy str"aihs o
song aod- *caut, ttide iih .altc1; witil
its brilliant illuminations an;.taaste-:
'I. 1. S ,. = -
fuI deoratin, the crowded in'eerior'%
and the solemnity' of the hipqM, au'
the event, letnt a ho'ly glory .'o- the

, The Festival at 'the C6urt House,
ou Monday Eve yvao,a, -Ane. success.
' he delicaya of female taste ,ave .a
'harm to all arkangzemq.nts and1th1
' children spe'eially weredelighted ahnd
. i a d e h ,,. ,, .
The Free'dmeh's. Fair at St. Marv's
Jon'vent 6n wednesday / evening, 6as
; uA,as ,,tm^essful .apd epj oyafbig. Jt
Received t a s uyppr t which- it,. aeri-

)^Thie masquerade on wednesday
f.ftprnoon was a jolly feat r.e of the
4-y, ,a gao(d' ur: nnb+
i d 4 d ,,4'inUde 1 1 J n no, njte
did version. ? ;* *- ;. r<
I-' I~n 0p'ptldri" tio 'tle'I ,piantaift'o
'amuseme,,t, we believe that very -lit-
tle disorder o'etlirr'e. Ma.y'the trew
year be as f'ull o'f. joy and p~rosperity
jtoeall oft us, as our'*Christmas was
line,.ry and,.pleasaufc.; ., "; .:;
! "May it br'inog to every One -the' fu]'.|
, roa.J!zatton of ,vnat *\L means to w..i
^ -' H P ^ NE -..A -l : :;'. "{
I ^PCHIMOND)B:AUTIES '..'. PETrERS:
B uU BEAUTX'rif.--So/iieot thet!i gicch-
m gnni a~nd P~etersbu'g' 4ailie are 'dis"
plut~hi. about. the degree .+,f beaut v,


possqssediby the ladies of these respect.
tive little "2 ws. ;: ci:: .. : ....
Ther,',.is o',fly. 6 e, w''ay''to settle th..
diffiaultv.:--Come to., Charleston,
frieidsl -we are, poor but, pretty,
and irtithis climate beauty does flour-
j "sh--amazingly.--Churhletr. Mer:-

'. Charleston Tallahassee s;-Jf4 the
last station on, the road to-tr1adise,!
I1bded passengers fihot Rin hnd,
kt"tersburo,, 'Clyrrlestofi`,mpd othe.
C) ; .. y._.. .., .
places upon ,a'iv i. .lher., ]rve,
,wondered if they were not,.really, .Jn;
heav,-i,:itself/ becatase, 'tliy e.thougcht
-thQy saw the ang'els'here! 'Charle-i
to u, indeed.- Sentin'el.' ,
Thi.e Editors' ot: the,' aborv paperss
areevidently untraveled mieni; th'yi
ha've'n-t been to St. Aiugust.e. :; .-e'
Ladies of this place are the pretties't.
Iivoelies t, most,o entertain ingithaq, fliose
"of-anyrp-lkce we hiive ve'e i et;iin :
,and we :have itaveied-a pinpie-
over the eSffec't of bhe climate here, is:
such that the oidlr. ,the JIxlesgrod-
the prettier they look.'; -No doubt
.l4ut that Tallallassee Is the last stiatidtn
,-n theroad- to Paradise, ,,,but we," Te
lieve that that road ,.is.',,t ve 'torii.
pleated, ; : n .- 2,=, ,. ".'. ,, .
. .' "E1 .the'deyiline. of prides i""the
West in the various comodities,of,
trade duiirig .the last mogth 'is. some-
what remarkable,' extendin gx. frpi'
"',twent3y-five tb fity per cent. Bacon,
pork and lard have I fall frty per

cent, Ahilst :in groceries anid idryr
goods tlie decline tifas' been leavv..
W4 hope to 'experience'something of
this soon in -r .region, and that_ it
-will not require the Whole of a' man's,
earnings t'o ,-buy' the"necessaiies of
life. ,i. : ... "T r**^**^
0Books,'like friends. should'be few and
well chosen


FAM IL.AlIAR". CO.N'Vv11Rt9A-'

-yMBBE-.ON.E..^ ,
"Ah. Mr. Editor, J_ wish toadver-
tise-by the year in your paper What
will four'siuares eost 1".'.' : *' *
**oFi^ llars,,iT ,1;; *
S"Fifty'dollats! Why I'used to get.
;it done foi" thi'rtv, beforethe'tl ar.' I
can't pay any nmoreniolv..-y re. is no
jusciee or reach in ..,such ,thigh
pr.pe~s,, .... ^ ^. .m ..- ,
"Very well,sir, if you don't'like
the price, le6 it alonif e. Iwis1 to buv
/ , / ., 0,, .1). .4f.,t
a pair of good sewed shoes. Wiht IS
the price ?>
"Six dollars, .sir--a very nice arti-
die." '" .... :
"*Ahem !,. what was, ,e price of
such shoes befbrf he war .. .
'TFroi two and a half to three dol;-
lars, sir; everyt ving in our, line, you
know,,is higher mQow,, .. .
le Ys, sir., Ha.ve you ome -jffjt