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: February 16, 1867
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057499
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System ID: UF00048642:00028

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I ,iL31 i__ ( iitrI sr 1 ;.,F FdSFEITEBTERBTAXi '15. Ix TBiCracnrCocarroaTirs CracriT or Fuu &. 1EAirtKX Kfir. FLORIDA HOUSE, MYSTERIOUS 'Lime STBAN* ,t'If'AI.

"' _" IMPROVEMENT Jonx'a Coorr.FALL'r..IK6.JTe ST. AUGUSTINE FL.1.mUE oza-About two weeks since aa .

r r. CI'I" "'i 4 44 t -. 1 AND SWAMP Bt JUfIq P. Packard Principal and understated batlajt taken the elderly lady and a younger; one arrived :

) f.t..'61T ty 8 :VBliA"t LL leorge 1'urt aad Joseph. E. Masters SurftTTHEllEAS JL IFL XWA U8LME. in this at the depot ia Tallahassee oa \. I. 1
tltol. cay, ia now fitting up the I&IQelah entire -
..-. .t" the said 11etrjaminPack.teal new Farnltore, lathe moat complete the Eastern, or Savannah train. \
-w ,' AI. fT UBimrcaasan" the foUowiaf ads Vr1 Bare:Road '. the Elsie of manner,and detigna to bare it, present l> bad with them another "little t
I I # aerjbed tonsil! i ia (. Joha's w.a Florida ia the penal earn of five.hundred to lavalida aad other, the conveniences ty \ .
;'__1R"t8t.J haht Co.: Toarlng to the Internal im dollar, tat whereas the condition of the and comforta of fintdaaa lioieLUittlard paNcnFer"--sea infant about foul' ff\

..,, '! .r N'll W'Lit.' ,', e : Fond fearihg failed to pay the'b ada'ghea said Bund, was that the said Packard Tablet can ba found ia the weeks old who with i its J
j' ..,. Y,!)" I' for tha)credit fnsUlmeata/sabi landa will should appear and'answer to the charge [foosf for the use of the (Uuenu and olot1nngAndighteen \
R' !' ber*eoldu the rtekef the, porchajers, of trefpassbtgnpoifHtf Public Load of awiUt4funlshedatal limes for e dollars in mODe;sty left to v
!"til' ::4 1' :. a tfeetftlo Land -Of5ce"la faBaasaeae, fee Slats of FloridsVat this the Fall Term those who desire' to hunt. Boats for the tender mercies of a :
ce aa tl*,"t day cf lUrea next,unless aakl ef this court, and-whereas aald-Pack- tailing partita will always be command. :ntgro woman j
tt .fi:,,, 'J1iUi; .,,"11 laser'd u4 COI& of acbeJt1H.eN seal baa fe edeo to "' aad answer, Notion *U1 be oparei// make the l living near the depot. The parties

,, I&,. ..... w.' 'y. ptJ4 blforrthadsl: and whereaf -Aaw"-Sod bans seat Moosesoeeptahiela atary particular to laid they were from New York tfid
.. :)'Mfah."TU \ tAli 1f1IL I tad g or sea J2;".Q estreated Sa au fonDof".. ar afeffcera' aU who ay patrol(t. : ,
8...Far27, JL1O.60ams, catered' by J. by the Record,this Court, and whereas .Addren, until the 10th October the that they were On their way to New

a. i'1 George Burt and Joseph >" Masters undersigned,at New Haven Conn.,Draw. Orleans, but would return to Tallahawco -
BUBSCRl mOH. The.Jf. ,Eiee.8ft.T.6,8., B.27, E. are the sureties oa said Bond ai appear er 411 after that data, at this phtcaJ. in
..- Of 81.16 t craa,.eutertdbl J. 8. HacUna. !by tbe Bond i i BOW oa file ia Ibis'wnru II. KKMbll.EL :thrc >onthj tojookjaflcf
. 4u"Thi' T. $1.00 Tbs 8. Vrl of I. E} ....88.T. G.I., IU Augustine, Oct. nth IbGO. it their deserted little innocent. They .

IM car ell atenths,. So 00 27, E. 81.16.acres, catered by J, B. lisa Now therefore you and each of you l led the infant with the
4' .N tltnstaatbe. 100 itThe are hereby ordered and commanded to negro woman'
i..,eateosslptisa t..tba 8} of 8 tr! JeCI. 86, T.6.&, n. 27. iho'w cause, if any you bate, on the firs Magnolia House, with instructions to go to the po>&: .
nt IIIO'IIdIiIr I E., (4 SU acres, ea lead by J. B. Hankies.The day of the next term of this Court why ST. AUQU3TINE.fTUi0 vf1coon the Brat of
81 of N. EJ see 4, T. a, 8. U.27 every month and
AH eaiaujtpUacs'stet be paM la d* Jut gemeat should not be entered against well bon Bouse which has
E.. BtX9'acres, entered by Dennis IlanUna. call for letter
** 1: you end each of you and execution issued J[ taea entirety renorated and partly a which would contain
4, 7 _- lor tbe penalty of the..lcIlJODcI, and in rcjuraishe Grill induce eighteen dollars. .
1 .' lSEL'iG. The E}of a.El ece. II, aad the 81 of default thereof judgment will be entered BOW greater
pQafbr) JaDVE 4 IWI aee. ".."..6, &,R. 27,EH.1GU.61 upon,and execution issued against yon for meats Upon taking leave of the infant

j 4fnrU oacta wtfl je b tried oaths>> acres aatereA by Dannie lianUta.TbaIiiofS.E8ecl4T.7 the amount of your several liabfliUea oatbe To fwtW.ifKJ Us traveling Public, the punger woman most Utterly
UcriaiftamrV' ; B..IL J7 said land who YIIh the "Ancient City" for healthor ,
'tire oaSara per e(twelve tines E, tO acres,'ffalered by Dcn&ls Haakins.. Wines John C. Bufitagton Clerk of pleasure, than any other in Fast Florida aud declared that she "would not
I pawe
tadttaitf.fns the Out lase loss ao4 edaaf Tha N. Bf W8. E| sw. 23, T. 6. 8..E. said Court,and the Seal of the said Court having about SIXTT ROOMS well trn* part with her owu dear child. Wo
ewlok sabstqaebt L acnioa,, den 40 acrts, entered by John 0,Ban at the Court House In the City of Bt* 41gusttne ttbued and warmandorer three. hundred tears that I
wcut front Tallahassee
Eatata UclItpI.odcrs to be chargedtbaaisaaa ders.Tha&WlofN.Etand In said County this 24th day of. feet of plaaza. they
traasUfet a4Ttrt seusents,4x,1dmhditrs. I. Blof Lot ?\.o. A, 11. lt1UG. The Proprietor la of old stsnding: as an to St. Maria aud there embarked ia '
2 BCC.SG, 1'0. _., 1L 27; E., l.l&acrcs! ., Hotel knows the wants of his
cf ..,.. JOHN C. UUFF1NGTON.ClcrV,
.. entered by James'L. Colee.TheK. berr. a common fLthiugsmck for Apalaehi
wIt be guests, ," himself tn giro his
='f1d a .durge' twentyu4)istreepect WJ of N. Eland NJ of N. 1\1] 111.'". Mi trot ul IICBADAV, undivided attention to their comtort.Ilia cuJa.-Tc1""lauaJ &I/"tl.

..,." .... Bead; T.Jan 7,it.. B.27 L.l.Mlte., L 120= acres.., enterod Deputy Clerk. '. Table shall not ba surpassed ly .. ,
by $t. Augusilae Nov. I. ItIO(1. 2m: any in this country.A A *
4.U a4ertlem iM.fiiacottat ,
.bu "aWl oct sixteensays one of our
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of and B.
Tba B. of Sea
A'1iWint' rude da 'yety d'its. .. .UOOD Lines or coAcnxa is xnw arxxixorfluN
U T. 7, c., It. 2 n, E.aadlbe c. VI of N. rtcpUTA TO rnis n\rt. contemporaries,sends ul. the follow
:jUljtaHjfw tertiMuientsouAlrt IVJWf.S\ ace. l x, T. i. 8., It.2K. E.. NOTICK..
Ilona for riding and bung lor tailing
.,' __.pld Qturtciiy. ,> s< aace.. IttK74 acrre, entered by James L. C lt\*. Tax lolleetor'"Hale can be bad at any tune.JM ing extract, with the request that \

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virtue if the ia n..td..
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A fu anti li.E144N.:: .1.1'C. T.; nr
L'E 1v 1'roprtrtor.
l '. t;" &L ::.. 1;., Icu. acm, cwered by WUU.1niinan. ..... i Law I bare kvicd upon, and shall at. Augnnt'ins: Fla.. Aug. 11, 11'1'11.' ; Jeremy T&r'I/1J' rays: If soft
ale *
... I "r Inr "n Thlt..l.I. 2nd day oliU.v
.. 't ) are for 1,1'3IDI'marry if '
.c 'r 'YOUNG I1 ..N.1Jtettt'UN.lttstii licit I 18"? in trout of tins C<*unHiNiM ; yon prize
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$ I Krc. 1. T. 7. H .R.i. :. HOUSE.
,,,, : flea ...1.01'1 : fttn"I M.-pJfM MartJb *. in lilt l? tl
,. ..- ,. ........., .* ...;:se.. 'tn tUu tiMial iour.f sato tb4 follow;*; GREEN COVE NPKIXGFUOB1BA. money to your object, "marry. A I
w rq.tl' 1'1I1Ij ef:!.tj **&. t. T. 7, :. K. 2f. Wit dt'N'dlK-d pr i>pv JkKJ, y.,to Will good wifu in Heaven's laM best '
Oj iillr.dintt.ru. Iwtngsecttonsfh giftto .
21.W. *, uueivl Merlin
acr .Ntrloti
.. A'J.t.IartH+ tbo....ti1.tt..act : .iii I'whtI..urn.aL..... Vhe 2'. q ..(N, W\\ty Hw. 1. T. t+? i.7: t.Xuwd$" fh ItanT, t.tl.iutliaus4t.'iuwtubrhrtl ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER. man, his angel 1 and minister ofprurc ", !
Ii .. K" :atu:..:;,1l) fllllfi
UDd"iD" bav.ug cun.plrtedher
",. .rituallfeskiwi..lnro: ::mta. c.: 0 acre. "y .tp'at'n."Al1i'the :\. innumerable his
"uay 1'CII0I1' li. lti w1at : gem of
JL new and commodiuuK 1I11"( ha many
... Mtatle aall ; 8.V\ of+\,. Ul, atidthtf N, Vi I ofN. *
Mu f.wilt" -\11&1I ..
Marriage ueralljr,, .mou..eq.l Kaec I 21. 't. ... ..*I'..U*. 1.'.. 76' -+'-.al DOW opened.the same to tha public asA virttu*, hw t'IJkc1 of jcwck Her i

4buill.... Er--l.1IIt1 Fd.a )4t.uae JMTCS mtcrad by Edwin JBartm. I'nlcf the T XM and eiptwslhcrtonarc FIBST CLASS IIOTEU prcaenee furu.s his best company ;
The Ki| of N. \V1.4 and CJ of Itn. l
aa4 t'aysied, ..iadiMctiy..-lly lUlliL nmitinj;T-". CCL froiafclfAboaa ; Flee. 6.ana the si 11\(7. 7, '1'. ;. 8., R. 28, paid before the,.dill ot.eie. 1'artiea, whether alone or accompaniedby I&er"uit'e, his sweetest muxle ; heaL
\ II feUUKRO.:
il, 480.M acrt-s catered by J. SI. Daniel their families sacking thf mild and eai.wlnis!
VERWTLU M. D AataorBeak.ftav f tie -C-rcin brightest day ; her kiM
-The Lot No. 2 aad HI er S. WM Bee., Mtrrifi and Kx-officio, genial climate Florida, on the$t.J. hn'will a ,
7, T.C.a.R.:', IL, 144.10 acres, enurmit.J Tax Ar.ei> or and l Collector find all the comforts of a bout at this the guardian of his innocence; her
.tIaI wartd 81 house.Tb.fOOD1I..1aJp.
JLl>ank|. County, arms,the pale of his safety her in
MatraWe clearly from ; *
louver February, 2nd Igor;, 8u and airy and are
Thea.wM'ofs.wMsrc. 7/T.O.a.,
tleeutltaparlata.Mhatt). i tlful conie- / dusty his surest wealth her
carpeted, and the furniture awl ; ccono
a.28. 42.M entered W. D new com*
R.....of;.i Abusamsyb rtTfciiully r, acres, by Nu'1r1CL. The House contain
and wUKwt Ward* pltte* oterjiny nil,his safest steward; her lips, his
...... wkJIoatGei a-' Jtntie, The Lot 5o 0 af see. 28,T. 8, .., a..2a.,40.lUacrcst.entcrtdby Tax cell:: ...'.-! Kale. there rooms are On tea suits the' of East rooms and csprtstly South sides for faithfulest counsellors ; her bosom,
fcnM | l4, Gasper. of the power in taa vested by families. the softest of his
,.ga t, mode attars at once I i certain an*] ters.Tbewof Bi: Law, 1 have levied upon and shall This House II aituated within few pillow cares ; and
Itttttl. bj''wkkb every aafferrr, ttantiter ..-1-4 anti.. "J'" nr,. wi" over for sale on Thursday the 2nd day of t hundred feet of the celebrau-d 'Whitealpberpriag" a her prayers, the ablest advocate ofMowings
erkat hit caaikim ioay .b,, nay SW5.19. T. II, a. .. :\ r, 116.72 acres May next 18G7 ia frost of the Court "
$ km his head.
(formerly *n as the on :
f f l himself cheaply, prirattly.and reds- entered by A. 0. Wigbtntaa.Tha iluuse, in the City of tit 4\uJU-LIIM', bo distant from Jacksonville .
THIS e. rl4 of .. 4 21..1, Magnolia tyring.) .. .
Ntfy. LECtUBK IV LL PllOVE a e. a.. t ween the a.ua1l1oun of tale the follow*
A A fiOON TO THOUSANDS. iXl) TllOUBINDS. r. :.. a.. 40 acres,catered by William D. ing described property, to wit: stop,at about this thirty point,miles.aa they Ailih.pose Kramers up and It is a great mistake in female ed

-. Mosfley, UrsLlUabrth )I. Gardner. Lot : nation
p. \ot
down the river. :o keep lady's time
The ..e-4 wl-4 tKC 8 1. 13, young
J fttt A.tttJ. t "' ia a sr. :bounded North by Lot of Buckinhtm
29, 4X.9 acres entered Davfd J.Carter. Having removed from St. Angu.'tine tithe and attention devoted the
to t..hiaable
sealed by Smith *
p1. rardope Spootage oa of six: Kart: by Tolomalo Street,South by above House, the patronage old
...... .f: Lot of C C Anderson Vita my
riot" Mi by LoU friends respectfully solicited and that of literature of the dsy. If you
..eIi'. t4)1amap noon A.antLEr, of Buckinham Smith and. Mrs C C An.
; '. ; JH:bner Of PaW Lands demon, call a> maoyaaw; cues aa may be pleased to would qualify her for conversation,

Avguatlne.,NOT,24, 1800, ...KmliCiacfjrCorKTorviiK tnlena the Taxes and on me must her
'jfL 8, C. KLIMJ COM expemastkertoaara lira.8. A. EATON. you givo something to talk
'. "' 1Eianav paid before the Jay. of rata 8t.&vl'1I"3.... 6. lNi;. about, give her education with the
> 8lgl" 7." Turk. ,
4;; Ctacnrov PtoatnA.ST. .
and world and its
Sheriff Ea-oeicis, Freeh transpiring events.
ToatOS '
.. Aogatl.e Od.. ;1* 0.' 17Jerwy Urge her to read the newspapers andbecome
$)add n. Duniiam,') Jobn'a County!, Schooner NOlet Waring now ills
.>a. V attachment, I Felircary, 2nd I$7, 3m, charging dapra from :'cw Vyrk familiar with the present

: s' W.P.BOCKKAY.8r. Franklin Frewr.'t Now bomg received in prime order character and improvements of our
r 4 Avavartwa 14.a. '/' appaarlhg by affidavit In this' tl1n at Reduced price Ijy the Package trade. History b of some importance

nt.nkot'W United abates DMrlctto L thai tkt tM Franklin. Fr.frUntretdea \ ) 8P TKYIXG TBWo tWo at lletail. Families can bo,, ujv" but the past world is dead, aad
< without tha Umita of this .
plied at small advance irum 'trade
/ thaiKerthtv I District ofCttlU4Btatfs 1158ER8ELL tS.
I" $4uti It'otteelsberttygiTeBtohlm at we have nothing to do with it. Our
Now rea d
.'aiaiI, .Iontr. used ion* interested also(t. other In persons the aubjecl who an matter or may of 11IeMmi. .be Shall Sell Cheap prices.30 Bbls ftssortedCrackcni y. KUJbls thoughts and our concerns should bo '

ekdiStrfsr'Uie Aekaowl 4g&ient. aadftssfaf 10 be aBdapprar before the tai\t I Ibr CnHh Lard, 30 Kegs Batter, 10 lloiraCkeene for the present world, to knoW''' whatit
DMds for the states of ilawa- Dunn
Haw York, New ami ban npn the tiM day of the spring ten' 40 Boxes Homo?, 2 > Motes is, and improve the condition of it.
reaatyivatiiAsiitfirthaKff' n tbrrtoffar 1867, and then and there KEROSENE, APPLE+, TOBACCO, SoaP fiO Kegs-Nai"a, 10 half Kegs Let her have
plead; demur or the rialntiffdeclaration an intelligent opinion
" York I ns$ of Un answer Power 40 Shot 50 l'AIIC8' K. ,
/ herein.'Clerk. : 'And cTfiy raritty of Orocerinaad hog ,
and be able anstain
to conversation
car rTUwe, aad Oeaeral A rent of tb13tdss4Netata' e J01L c.'DtTFrl OTO: Oil, 30 Dbls assorted Sugar &icka -a
Accidental Life Tnrar Provfaont.SEELVQ aI Salt 2 Bbls construing the mental mortal 'politi
pw ,-._ i)fNtwXoikrr.tbAo *. Circuit Court; I .. Dried AppU 50 Bib ,
tr District of Florida for PL John's County the need of Invalids far one Planting Potatoes, 10 BlLt Unions, cal and religious improvement. of
4-Ofios1athsewmllotoe.t[ St Augustine,Dec 7, 1NW. amroro We have obtained at Urea 2 Hbls Beans, 20 Reams writvinz our times. .

Aceats wanted, to whom liberal Can- DIISUOTC expense choice ejection of the best liquors Paper, 3 BbJI SJfU ..12 Nests fails .. ..
....arillbtpa1L .II'3,1'1 L TS ahich. will sell aLJ'tuonabt. -
: f rates Others begin to see, the advan 25 Dos Broom 5 Nests ;Tubs, 3 Never be down trifles. Ifa
; ,, cart by
.. .. ,!9tha18G4.) Cim LEAD, GUN TUBES &c. '
1 tajreoffollo.lnjrt.urmHto, 'Quick salei. Axe HaodJcs. 20 Boxw. Can'
,.. .... Half Kc\:t Powder, ? s and email I prcttita& ," are endeavoring to dice, 15 Boxes fctarch, 5 Boxes spider breaks his thread twenty

'r..oIT BOO. Powder; Canister Rifle Powder, take die same track. We however know CLoo)late, 10 Bags Coffee, 2 Caoes times, twenty times will he mend it

T1rmtlt p.til Cbf any person Sporting Powder,Buck, Pock.Spnrt- the road,,and Intend to keep AIIEADjWe 1 Tobacco, 3 Cases Matches 4 l'aH.'IHilk again. Make up'yonr mind you will

t.1:tltbe any .. .U1 bRtii their poary lag Shot, Assorted sizes powder give shall us a sea cal as hunt Was buy anybody before comiag On-cash ti> 2 Coils Rope, 1 Dbl Linsivd da a thing, and yon will do it. Fear

: -- a'I which Flasks. Shot hap, Gun Screws. &c see Oil, 1 Bbl Turpentine, 13: Keg if little trouble
1 r .trestterddartagth.x' Ittbf1 w&l &c. M. E. CARL OREENO ft: MOSTGOMERY. Ic. White Lead 1 Bbl! Copperas, 111M, not comes upon you

t>ted4' Igte the slate of )lr. George February, 0. 1867. Augustiae, Dec. li, 18tiG. : Chrome Yellow 15 .Boxes Ckv, 1 Keep up your spirits though the day ,

N! :'Burl;..11t eu get them Mr]t B.Men CT ta.anTaneawkawifllnfona FOR SALE, OK RE."T.T, Bbl Lamp Black: 1 Bbl Chalk, 1 Can be a dark one. ;

SUNDRIES. I Varnish 1 Can Castor Oil There four milliea
e1.,aay.teaks caa bo found. Tha vacant lot knows aa the "XlPo'' were nearly
tl. B. rAlRBAXE8.8L J Salt'Pork,-Lard,Butter Crackers Ia Retreat." r t B. & CARR, pounds ot wool gathered in Veraoiftlast

r --, A0fusUaa.Jaa.ft, ,, !r ... .$. Jl Carr. Aug. 11. 0. .>L CARL i St.,Augustine Feb. 2, 18G"I year i

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t '\. x l tiutexiixc( ; ;. r THE PR IJZn'1 Co?._DCY. SE5.IBtZ.-Tht Auguta'Geor* TIle Papal' a a Jail acromplL 1'EMI ::;::

I .. : -While he was military !t r of gls, Constitutionalist very wisely discourages [CorrtlpOAdcAce of the London Uenla| that no satliL., I'w''i'thereCore.

t i 1'' ST. AUGUSTIME I FLORIDA drew Tennessee Johnson, dnria'g sent tho tbe iVwftr fellowiM?Aa-telegram : the Soothers- pension of Box, December 1'ost.J 31.-For tie can ting be elements wrought; but out, i
\ H&T11.B-.t i.,187.i to llon.i) '3loasgomerylairthen I emigration U follows: fir t time during tho past serenU i not fail to report what Ip ...I..
readit To Those who search abroad for years the gorgeous Cnristmas ceremonies ed from the best .
I =-=- Port-master-Qefieftl who suw./,. f
.: Jiir.'J'he fair held ty tho ladies at the 8th of January celefeitilon : the liberty happiness or sustenance weie performed on '1'l :fda, something is being dose, .s*, .....:

d' of the Presbyterian Church I passed at Washington : I they deem impossible at home, we at St. Peter's by.the Supreme 1'oLtitf;, partial success may bel''Ir1'! swill
For the industrious. without the Church being lined 1uthto'reach be
wish God-seeed. a moral
+ I: off mcvcsxfuljy, We. hare seldom .. [Confidential] !I hopeful and courageous who prefer troops, or the person of Hu Italian Government advsatsai if sief |. It!!.

; seen a more beautiful: collection of .$ASUVILLIJ November 24. I or are compelled to chug to thei.country Holiness being surrounded with be the case; for ifs cooe4isi5
; home made articles of "\- rtu." In To fox 31.DIMS Pouxurn-Otm&: I we have ineffable sympathy. French Generals and officers. Man j r any kind can ,be atablNl.| J
;. our next: wo will have more to say "I hope that the President will not hush have rugged paths to travel, prognosticatorsofan immediate disruption Papal Government and tile ess2sstical

' cf tbo Fair and Tableaux. be committed to the proposition of and w both, we trust, a noble destinywill of the Papal Government press must tall from tLTw!:
.Ift States relapsing into territories and be given. We are asked in what after the departure of the pro&ectlDgfUreeI rents of reproof they" eos2Spouring

'4': ; Mr. The weather has been mani held u.auch. If he ,steers clear of respect can the prospect be more of France, expected the Popeto out on the molutioasjf.3

fettingavery "dog in the manger" this extreme his election tq thq next gloomy abroad that at home. Isolation be by this time at.Malta or Balearic ungodly spirit which aniatlsi. ....
} t r Presidency is beyond reasonable i separation from friends, un isles, but he was at his usual present rulers of Italy. ;t,
the last fer weeks.
disposition for doubt. 1 have been iu these Chrismas under the ..
t expected to I certainty. lack sympathy, are place on day .r
1. t. 4- It has been disagrcablo itself and has WbbiagtuD'beora this time, when some arguments for the wanderer's great bronze oVaWoccAi'no, with his Tat Suns or Ca.arttrursrapr,.

' succeeded in making every :one feelcUsagrcabV could have conversed freely and fully reflection. Fanaticism cannot last cardinals and Prelates, and chair. SUIIL-no IVmr _

.I Jt In frctt as ?Ir. Man- with reference to the policy to be forever. Keaction is bound to eventu bearers,sad Swks guards,with double! torn whose facts headquarters concerning for the this C&MZl li

\ I taline would ,it has made a great adopted by the Government; but it ate.-The"Radial party perforcemust handed .swords and noble gnardssnd art at Eauattuborj. Ihrjlssjl ..?'v
has teen iniposnible for me to leave go4he full length of anarchy,or Ian-bearers, and all the other splendidly *Uca it appears that it is a aecadltiea. .
Biany '!Mdem cold, moist, duugreable( Nashville. 1 will be there soon. The I I die;and the end of anarchy is political attired court officials that form The mad Sfla ...

: I bodies. Sow, however, wej) see per institution of slavery is- gone, aud death for the disturbers public his cortege on such occasions; and Sisterhood is Bias hundrnt sad lIMit
\ being a Bttt increase of
waded better things of it and if the there is no good resol now for order. -** tub ex-king of Naples and his family They hart f tainiswtef"psatjrtar. W4fctZ,

Clerk does'nt send us a succession of destroying; the States to bring about occupied their customary crimson estaUlahaeats during the wat Mblnrl
the destruction slavery.. I NEw Bteaurox- FLOEIDJL -Bet. draped box, and the diplomatists they hart now wader ikokiweatjtwo '
t warm sunny days, we will (certainly (Signed) Dr._ BECKWiTUofNew Orleans, is their reserved seats; and black-veiled hospitals, thtitf4wf' ".

I think thai there Is something wrong AjCDBEfr JotlXSONMilitary ,- spoken of the probable clergyman ladies by hundreds, if not thousand, iqI act. forty-alat ..
as houses of sad
with his books ; there certa nly must .' Governor." crowded the tribunes on cacii aide ot charity see
to'fleeted to tho Episcopal See of nukiaj a total or oat h&adndestabuihmeats. neck
., : a good many pleasant! days ou tho AI the high altar;and in fact. no experienced TheMlactitatins'
/bo side of hu ledger (and we TUB SITCATIOX corespondent Florida, made vacant by the death of observer could have detected from Boston to San fnaeise tan '
: writes : 1 hear that Secretary the llev. Dr. Rutledge. any .difference between this mod of the States of th. At&trka
s. like tu draw on him |t br a few. Stanton, in conversation with u .. annual grand ecclesiastic display Tbo kind ministrstioas of t... tbppt
r i TaE -LAND or 'LOwzas.-The ladies during tho lato war ,ttothsasw'
Gen. A. SlilHcy friend gave it as his opinion that: and thuw preceding oucn,save thai UtUt-eeld aDd ia the horaiula, toS'
i The Rochester (N..Jotu'Itoa.YJ! ) I'monnndemns tlu'.oouutfl i isiu more danger today Macon: (Ga.,) Messenger of January the uniforms of the fcouavesand An spiritual and physical waits of thonsi .
tJ :: than anytime during tho. rebellion. 23: says: Passing by a store yester lilies bogionaries had replaced those Null sick hats been ttaiftadjniokaiaoJ
the petty prejudice! bigotry Hu thinks the propJ cd impeachment: day was noticed supply of of tho imperial troop 01 France, and sad can never be orgoBcsv.
and bittcrnefi. of sciitimfnt ",1--ich; of the 1'tei+ident will, If prosecuted oranges tie yellow and wtiio. banner of the

was: exhibited by the late |ordcr of! much farther lead to a war, the result as largo and beautiful as were ever church was borne aloft by them instead Tal:3ISMORIALor MR Di Pa! -

General Griffin, and confiped by f>f which it is difficult to fore fell. imported from Cuba, which,wo were of the French tricolor and MA.-The Washingtoa r munw!

General Sheridan the Tho Secretary represented as being; told, were Florida oranges. It was a eagle. Finding himself hitherto un dent of the New York'Saatays Hi
forbidding very apprehensive lot Congress I horticultural molested it is said that the P po is '
tempting display a.f' memorial of,Mr. be Patina vic. .
with ,
l public obsequies appropriate should take *>aie fatal step in that gradually becoming deSBgbtcd withwe
ccremanuls if General lALUKUT direction. This sounds strange from i I trophies, which opens to Florida a change and the general tone of ant ol Portugal at Savanaah des :

SID lr JOHNSTON, of the 'late: Con lilntIJh. Nevertheless; I send it fur pfoinise u golden as the yellow fruit. the ecclesiastical l authorities is becoming the rebellion, claiming reaaaentfat .

f'edCfJtor.u1.. Its language pre. what it i iA worth. That State, now s> rapidly filling up more lusty, as they piaco more fur property taken by Sa raw'i .,

rcats the subject in the light:of a tmeI' with emigrant, will, in 'a very fewyeal'l dependence iu the support of the my,lately presented t) the hsIt.\
LAST and
or TUB rr.DElUcr.-
: turn out enormous crops of army luore states that in the! winter of 1868
philos!.iy and of a camlid and There sold in this &tur- on the loyalty vf routiaial subjects. :
were city on
fruits and gain wealth
tropical great he had removed his family to Wi.
catholic.tprit! It remarks i.The After tau Chnstuiaa iligbj Uan*
*. -. pcopb cf the Soutlj, had: the dayat, public/ auction says the Lynch.blrc.3inltutaa the iu the business.! It will be a little his iloliucas r.'paired,its usual,to the boro,$.C., where,as bo sllgestley.:
: vu surprising to find the light lands of Cbapel cube rte.4 O iurobe. 'lhvou went plunderel of $6,000,'ia psi..;
same regard for Lisa tb"t't (' now ,
1 United States, a lot .of hospital ur the Ponins'ub wortU! as much as the ,Mtutatton ot the Batted: College dianiunds,jewelry anti wairiag stparel .
h for all| their uLHc vrh. led
ire men; i
\ field stretchers, the property of the are ttur" kuuualij oacreU to him by
I best laud in the 11'eet but iu
praire ; to the total value of 83171Ho .rI
theta in of tho fir. which
support: CPU.--C late Confederacy '1 hey wvre tbo t;\arJiUolIJ\,CarUiual Patrizi,
pur- it will be the
our judgment, soon that! his .
ha died.! .flael1tiJIatlwlJI e'uttrtaint'ut i chased by a cumiui&i merchant at trade tUu u.&1;&. s|>ccta to llis Bola complains appllcatiaftr

t i feeling! aud their! child.jea after sixteen cunts apiece, and will bo converted caw. .. ue*, who repitcu.iu tcraisaJuivu and to redress failed to receive proper SBB ..

'\ t ieai for {gcajratiunt will ,nave it the cloth into grain a bags and Aautjt or TUB, Ntcmo BUADLEY. prtsvut Slid t tiria.wt ucgottauojs ucis. vsjwctellyto ntui tueG sideratioa at the...Department..v *
i.ubusd injlVfi&"u.. Compact | $ti..n. tho wood latu gardeu fnttaes. it was .-We I learn tram the SavannahAViri : atiiLIi ..\'u.a.'h taruugu UacuCJIU.u :EGto TcsrtnoaY.3puatiuifthe ....

.r( nccnpying a.Tin i>f; (jcimutry, 4 ud sight, and Sd,xestcd mnurnfulrctlectiokt. it Jl'ruU, of Friday, that this 01 &g"to** icue Aacriptu- .effi.noacy ut'u+rgro t wlJ"f;.

with all thicltu( :ute of' ctip.ie iu It fpoLo of pile favesaudbieolbgforiu incendiary uegrowho bus been creating i ai atlca..r) h.I J 1.11 ijouos dyicrtu Chariot, Mercury says that' tl 4'&ir

1 and: ab ut |tbe n, lad'hll: ) simply; .) ttspoka ot auf : all the trouble among the freed-: W..''' III.. re|"ci b.i aJruce to the law admitting negro test'
the of
I. ,. reek U a* ri4a. theory Af iclfuovcramcat ; i'cring and QUguisb; it spoke of bat taco lately,and who is said to havefcivcn lI"iU"r'iq it lecuuciiutiou L Uia, UUtJ., ou lits lioiiucs part mODin. the &mth Carolina toots '

I fUr 4ijiclvcs t
\ ia tlio Confederate Comtitution, ; it spAo of hunger and thirst tation to.hoot any one whaattcuipteJ by .iUu ia tuo dtitcrt. As the de- usual success. The cobitd witaewl..

la ivingotljcr similarly situated people and exhaustion ; it spoke of blighted 'to eject them,was )'csterdil1woruia own solicited the tiaviour to worship appear to be fully impressed with tin
to pncru thcxsclvcA i in their arrested at the caner of Congress and him,ub'i-rtug him iu return all thekingdom
I hopes and broken bearta-ot. vacant o< tho world and their obligations placed upon them, sti .
uwn way, can never,bomado o.Jioau- homes Dull streets, Savannah by a corporalof their evidence his been .,.
never, uover. The spreading millions scats and mourning ; it spokeof glory,so the Pope tinted that ho was generally
i: I Southern cffcprmg will never Juried banners and shattered the lCh 11. S. Infantry and con. uini&elt at tha present uiotbeut insidiously eu with an evident desire: to tell Ua

'. admit that kheir- fathers did, aught lances, and it spoke of a brace people vcyed to the Barracks; where he is urged u laU away tooui his whole both aDd nothing bat tit

)1 that should bring the blush to their ground beneath the heel of despotic at present confined. He is in military duty tor the acquisition ot ficthiousadvuutages truth. There was bat little teodeMj
check. Tno names of the pminvut custody, where he will await ; but, iu spite of all n.en
We turned from tl. scene to prolixity and discursiveness, sal
power. aces ana dangers, ho trusted to be
actors will always glorified bj
under influence of these sad further proceedings. It is to be the has in tho late erisAoal
: f. them and the cause that is |ost will memo strengthened irons Heaven to reply testimoney l
i ever be. held !in their estimation a' rics. hoped such steps will bo taken as will like our Lord, -Get they behind sue. trials been clear,Intelligible sad c

I one worthy. the highest; exertions prevent a repetition of his mischievous fc'atan.! With such sentiments on to the point."

I and greatest sacrifices: of a free and ,* Tan CAPTURE or Mn.DAVI& I. intermeddling with the freedmen! the part of the Supreme Poutiff it is .. I

enlightened people. We t w not Secretary Stanton has transmitted to by which he has given much trouble difficult to credit' the reports now A RoYAL -Oirr.-Mr. ftatstt, I

accounting fur t>r justifying facts, the United States Senate a copy of both to the mi Hilary authorities, the circulating eta better between understanding the Com- the owner of the victorious lad
that being prevalent
but simplyistating: they the of General AViUon Frecdmen's Bureau and the Uenrictts offered his jays.
Mcjfr craft
be recognized, and that, |la view report negroes menOatora 'ODCUo and the Papal I
I saay ftf them, thoughtful men may ask of the capture of Jefferson Davis. It 'thftascliet. -_." plenipotentiaries. she! lay off Cows, to Prince, Alt :

: thetaselvcswhetherit b tho apart I of includes the reports of tho subordinate r It is said that tho question of, re as "the rcpresentatirt of English

visdoa to bo making the futile at- officers sent out to prevent the ANeaRo CAXDIDATEFOE MAYOR duciog the number ot Episcopal: Sees: yachtmen." The Prince felt ob1l s
or WASUISOTOS.-In,the course of in Italy II not absolutely negativedby
toef dieato from the hearts ol .
tefH& of Mr. Davis the MissUsippi decline
escape across so coat!)a present, oa ftr
the Botthera people! what ban comt JuJge Underwood's remarks, at the the Pope, although not admitted
river, including that of Lt tonal grounds but confessed so &r
to tho extent demanded by the ,
to be a part of their very nature: | a" African Methodist Church in Alexandria
the General Grifias the aran1aDd .CoJ.I-rltthard. the.4th. Michigan a few days since he stated that Italian Government, who wish to u it was an expression of ,intentional -
; in civil utatioBS are doing. Such Cavalry,who made the capture Not I have only one libhop per province feeling: he must think tvis
the President of the Freedmen's RelIef
Itttea,.f iierra to drive in rather one word is said in these official reports whereas there are now nominallymore before either acceding or ref biW
Association of Washington had than three times that number.
than drive out the objectionable of Mr. Davis having been taken ] The letter of the Prince conveys ss.surtnces .
IOadmeat, and to perpetuate a feud been waited upon and informed by a The Pope will hardly consent to reduce
in any costume but his own. Had it them from 270 or thereabouts of profound respect foe Ite
that will sake us forever two p0oI committee of men tha 'lie was ,
plea The|South fought for theory; been otherwise, it would certainly negro } to 74 or 75,and he will be still more United States as well u its tub*
the unanimous choice .ot the entire
of Gorernaent. tae did nothing; have been stated.MB. averse to allowing the incomes thus and is really handsome aSsir. Ur.
beatennawfeed. number of negroes residing i there for saved to be devoted to the improvement
.... They: were -w. tn Bennett esteem himself fort*
: They sUad "co T nttd VII.-G01'OfDOr Hum Mayor, and that be h,>d accepted the of the Italian exchequer. Rut may noble
have such
hate to called

aoakftt theW will," aDd all thebwi'tut phreys, of Mississippi,, in a special namination. Washington Intel what appears to be sn insupportable out
I be devised the ingcifuitj obstacle to a successful result to thesea..tiOBl.ia sentiments from a promising v&sbe
: can lacttapc to the Legislature,la speaking : l ligcncer says theme of the President .
the determinations of the It is
of mss eaa exact nothing more from on Royal Family. quits"
of the! Freedinen's Relief Association
them than tho submission they now of the Commissioners by that tho part of the Pope to make continental event in the talk of Europe and tli*

Kindness, conciliation, and body to visit'Washington city in the Is Mr/Cook/ ... ., .a negro man. distinction between the nomination country.
met forlthoir: manhood can alone I endeavor to effect the release of Mr. of Bishops' and Church patronage .
heart and di, TwcD fro years ago John Minor in general in what were his
change \U Davis from confinement, says: "The f TOE CAUCO BALL AT pl'fllle
affection towards al unionrrbtch.oaibu Boltsinside an unsuccessful effort in own provinces: ,from the other provinces
the of their took
failed in the which
obtaining calico ball
of iti object of Italy. The measures which he
: oDJ't110 assent I CoDgressto impeach John Tyler,
mission,and )Ir. Davis confined would elsewhere he place lately In the CockaoV CUTrealized
!Bold judge itnt based spot> the cir President of the United t s. lie consent to will gay
esautance'''of necessity.1 iu Fortress Monroe awaiting hu trial. with not hear of in Roaugna; Marca, U 91- $1CO, which has been twined

.. If we tfc ever'to be a harmonious, I recommend, asannct of justice,duty -"high thargcd crimes him and muTdemeanon.surpation," still bria, Sabina considers, of himself which districts he over by Mrs. General Mshont 10 &*

.aduaitcd people, living in {friendhp and affection,that an adequate be legitimate President of the Relief Assoek /!!;
; Upon these charges the motion of Sovereign XIlL's bull sanctioning
'&nd community, facts as the, appropriated by,Mississippi to defray Mr. Bow for a committee of authorizing the recognition of this money is in addition to the drat-

romwtbo; accepted on both) sides., the expenses necessary to procure to inquiry, after a lively day's debate fait attomplit. es wore\t the ball, which were 1-

I ffhe truth oust ,lave its full course,I our rand vicarious: a lair /coustitu. was finally r rejected yeas 63, nays ThoPapllUorcrameat docs net scd >rcsatcd tj &)1$3or. women of tia

.'*s well si tae North as the bouth.F tioual tria!." 1:7. will not recognize its 'own spoliation* city. *

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: AnI "., *, Heiete. I PAR *aY. AUCTION!I SAL1. AdminMTAtor'a 1a1t.By WI: CANT. MAT
I .
IL i > 1tV' H. Buiou .' Tai Isai is wry Ar eft-Xii,zxm 1 17.Vpeatkisaore ., virtue of aa Order of Sals panted fie XEEEH .P TBYEI6TJNBEBHXl4.17fi Tar
M.fc. ANDREU. by the Probate Court of St.John's

3*w7ao, I I 1867. Win..foMteTKI8&AY8imBAT UMtttyIwfflseU at MUG 1867 Auctlon betweentfat onthsa&tadsyof We Shall Sell *

fa B .uw.. I Boston, MSJJ, Of tTcnaere, I Iat..., ia freatef tho'' Court noun of 12: o.c1ocllon.Febraary ,and o'clockP. Cheap
IJI J nlWI I uKffilngly We tpert like caOdrui at they akyt tttoet 12O'clock M. AHenoBagfy: HinfrontoftbsCourtUousointheCityof for Cash.Burns .

;. B A Wilder M Aadcatkcrsaslli sad Karats, the Reno is hind sad gtsUt .Aufustlnstbs following Real Estate B.u l'.,CBHRI'Lon.
JtaEl far Lady to ride ordmt tie below tothotststo of Stephen MarUn .
Where slaki orpotttlmnan
, swsSsHe offered only as the.owner Knosuii APPLES TOBACCO
Mfc """,, cL ,
;/ .Fri", ConaMit dtgity tea far away.Vpeatkobeaea. is about to Ian this,,for.... 2 Lets of land eontainlaf SO seres Intown
.. TERMS CASH, 1p 7. A:8,8andE1i8.c.7NjofAla. .AJUl fm'I eurefyo/Crocsriaand

14 J.K u, .Bsltlmort, Feb. 18,1867.Real IW'oni.EEING .

' E It ..... Jr, I Chicago,IU, Kortoleeaarepseeh. .that certain parcel of land granted ..
. .r .. Dcth tklafi latsIUgtUe say, : Mate AuctionMr toJosoPapy, lying N. E. of six mile tU need of IMaKcIt for too
Creek in Be .Iou, containing O Uqttors We have obtaintd at large
, ,.1' ...A Lady ptSfif b& '" County .
rod 'and Broker. oat hundred acres, bounded as follows uptUt s chi se ecdon of the best Uquors
v A... .,
f I which ws will sttt at rttsoatMo
tho Uns
point on tho But ,
.....1 ynr.. BtUIacrs, That cease tote fins far a..,. THE UNDERSTONED WILLpar 1's pys & \ whers tho pine and wasp rotes Others begin to seo the edna

.8 J.W I Kcnrich: Cono, psrtleat attestioBto lind dlrides, and running thence North to tap of following our motto ttQeIek ales
11 B 1 New York Imo onr.,. j the H E comer of said tract of land and small profits,1'! are endeavoring to
A ; I ADMINISTRATORSEXECU.. West the then take the same track. Wo however know
1 J ,I"' M The mice of yeare thence to Buckley tract,
South to the lint dividing the plus and theradsndlatendto keep AHEAD!
,1&O I Ona'Cm. Corns deeper, deeper day by dey| TORS,' ;GUARDIANS,AIDTRUST' ....,land to the betinnlagt 1 and lies laStctTandT Wt shall..nil LOW as anybody for cask
4 O 11 Hut, I JacksooTilif, Wo stoop to hear, SALES. 1't.a Y8. give us a cell Doa&buy Won c...."
.JW : 10 AsUdrswsaear, Also aa undivided interest Inn tract of teeGREENO
A A... Port Orssggee Its awfslaess from tar IWI1. And wipe bpy tad sett REAL ESTATE land sold by>> Emanuel Cretpo to Edwin ft MOKTGOMERT.
! 6U Augustine,I)... 16, I860.
" J 4 trhea rtqabtd to do w; tad win at ead to and Stephen Martin as Stunts ia common .
\ ., the GOT
known and
AtwkatlttsfisWsdroptassaeU distinguished by
r..u.. : salts. aay put of St.Jefaa's Cooaty.M.B.ANDREU .
: \ eraaeat Surrey as n donation by the DRY GOOD !
Twt4JO I S&nDIfJYnIl \ XI Speuisb Oneruantto said Creeps i'ng i
I. I 'CIlI ware so fun of yesterday St. Auf.tk>e, Fla. aiel ofjog IB $I. John's County, taking Drags sad Medicines
And pick U Dirt stand and in Sec PERFDMEBT.
; aloe, I NeiYWaJ portions lying being and Shoo.STATIONERY. .
4tve. Von Ibis short, ''Notice.To tia.14,16, 23: and 28,making oas Quarter .

l,:' .. : .. r But dream of brighter tar away.AadoVtaattlds of each Section: more partkukrly Iron Tin end wood faro Crockery
o Heeien flat described sad eertlteatt of the
I 1D.,10& Glass and Hardware,far ale bj
; !:
C: BtwrrakaTOtr.t .
the power, la at, rtstsd Surveyor General of I'Wtdar&cIDJ 0. BUBT.
..-, w..w HcwOrletns, parent Iud wide BYvlrtacef>> "Itritd upon tad shall the noire description of said land. : St. Augustine, Aug. 11. ..,.
uw for salt oa the 6th, first Monday la TERMS CAST. '
JWMsrk:tt Ottirio.CaW
t, Tks yearabgi of'V'lOUla doasn7t EDWIN MARTIN,
New Hay nazt ia front of tat Court House at CORN STARCH FARINA.
J Hc< Voloagtogo, Enterprise, between the usual hours Of .
)1"011'ir, M I ".do not kanw sals, Us fttUtwlag described property, to St. Augustine, Jan. 20, 1867._ Barley, Tapioca, Sato, Flex.-Seed.
J n If.J1D&l. USA wit 'I@OO B. h. OAD.
taken U bo,bat far
_. AHackssa, t.. 1 may away. acres of had I1lal Wnt of HlU.- Notice.IB Feb. 18. 1867.

w U MeKiJJI, .JukspnvUle, The Illabtl4", borough Hirer,Mosquito South Lagoon, hereby given that four weeks after
c. B nacre' .. I Doth la Towaship 17 South Rang 83, |lbat. Site due ncreofl will apply to thsrfudgs PICKLES.
yv I It slowly creep County of 1 o1u1&. belonging the estate. \ of Probate for Yolusla for
OK Up on the abort where did County
{ udI.JF MM w. play ofTatoaasNsjtier.Caless leave to sell the real estate, btldagiag to Cayenne Black Pepper
t KLeO.m The.1f11&1a1l the Taxes and tipeases thereon the.altot John 0. llubbard late of Assorted Spices, Nutmegs, Cloves,
: Bohaol A Lady Pena art Mid before tie day of salt decesstd.UAUTUAE.11UDBARD.
Where w. did stand Voluiia County Cams- &c.
a Bostoa, Mass, A moment slacs swept far IW',., Sheriff tad Tax CoUtct.r.\ B. Eo CARL
Oel A w-Rolfat CV ila&ubire mdmlaistrrattia.February .
Volasia CODI,. Feb. 16,1067-
SSPCMtST, wHamilton Out playmates aU Fib. l .I8G7. I 9,18674w.W

JFEcUlai, M DqOAll our sail, TBS CUCCIT Coiar ron TBS ) PLOUQ11S AND CORN MILLS. I I

. 0 P B.F1Jpr, La, Are passing hence u ws too say Notice.Tax EASTEM Ciaccir t r FLOaiDA.S V
o Raub ,CiocicoaU, Vats tint shore CeUecteffsi Sale.BV ,. JOBI'S Conn.rAU.'I'1U11GG.j Garden Ho:.,Colee Mill! GarOea
W' To Benjamin F. Packard Principal and Bakes, Frying Past, Ringer,Plough
BlegUm OfcTerraore Ar.
virtue of the la at, Tested
Burt and E.Uastsrs Santi.
lerleJ George Joseph VoiaU, Iron Kettles,those, Shovels
1 and shall
i Beyead the bouadlcti far away. >>,1&.1"" upon on
over for salt oa tht Ctb first Monday la and Spades.
the said BtaJamlnPack.
} .. teat Indkotl who taw serer.tl \Telltrast.tbtvftTe. May next la treat of the Court lltust at \lTflEREA3 Yf' aN gees Doaul to the Stats of U. Eo OAIUL

Yeats: bTptlted W luuscruoa stBt. At him to sate, Enterprise. brtwentLS usual kwrs of Florida in the penal sua stirs hundred February,0,1867.CROCKERY .

:t .Je&pk.2o.abuobiiBgcal, in Beneath, witoie feet U aurUt by Isle sit, the following described property to dollars and wbertasUit condition of the
said hand, was that the said Packard
.'t> tiMI let'lOf tbs pftrpiM s, thought that 1 t roI1ia deep 1UUO senof land iu the County of shuutd and answer to the charge
ViAuaia, elt.tatro O4'.r Indian Ulrrr,at a appear Hardware, Crockery. Wood-rrsre,
, the Forbtcaak.tpOur oftif the Public Land of
tenoonjr SIM 11. ittslv, them )<&s'ing upon Kettles
, eoa's' la th.t dim far away.1lcliston pUce called Fiorula' Creek .tn Toin*hip the butt of ioridi.. at this the Fall Term Tin-wsre, Hollow-Tare, ,Pate,
I j fiuci. Irca,ht their. aqoawa, cat e4'! ._ eel.gee uh of J..CIa sad$\and belong of this court and whereas the said Packard Shelf Good. Fancy Goods, Stedoa
: enathtr bolo in tb. i io i hoer l Ljr, and ftoilcc. ing:to tae tbe tsiatt,TS&VS or Tbuuas and X per.Ttilrw thereon has failed so to appear and answer, cry, Drugs, PainU&e..
1)1:*'loo sonic, u bell la the cip-.ttnes and whereas the nab Bond has been B. E. CARL
.IAYI &Lva a d6&ck l;;. twlwuwd.wtiR' fresbyUTMB art.iid&beiotc -... .
estreated in due fora of Uw
b j( thtlr.rcajujuf ranti*.., Cinireb tt.."y Mun-lt/' at ball pst t RR''nEs> MARSH the Accord of this Court sad ar whereas appearsbjr St. Augustine, Feb. 2, 1867,

F I,, .. .\. 3t.radu, i.U p.t setta P. .IVYwid.is ,Kber t .ud Cat C Umor.Vo'u the said G*urge dart sad Joseph E.Masters

.art..niUlty ij-nttd t. antaoJ. .. .l: tuunIJ.tSGT art ti
Tin tilt pr 'Cr1A'lb..Ui.. .* : ....:.::IJ.. -. _...;;;, ----- -1. b..!t:,,-. .: -__-- ... by tit i.ou 'lint Ju.1atela! hai jbcwme an in Court: and Wholesale.

die! sn able aJ1Ir1e or y wo. 'aI Notice. Now thi-rcforr, yon and each of you Goa Drops, Sugar Alaoada' ,
art hereby ordtrtu and coe&aadea to
crib lit poor t fiv-omf 1 vaii, for\>> AA OhallongeTO TaxCftHevtortiftale.B how cause, if any you have, on the first Stick eandyttockCaudy, Liquor,
T Tlrtue:of the in vested Batter Crackcr4 .
power no day of the nest tern of this Court why Soda Crackee,
CMcertcrlos,tucJ olljr as a wedicis. TO'h'ard bj>> l.w,.1 bate levied upon tad hall judgement should not be entered against Sugar Crackers, filet Bread,
It uhtrNID t o..r tor ..1.0.the tfth., flm Monday, fa
YJI origitulij you and each of you and execution issued Hard Butter Crackers, Gi&gerSoape,

Arabia, .cI... unkno rn auoog the' P1ayerS !II EaurprUttbetwoeatht May next in Irons wf I be usual Court hours house at of tor default the penalty thereof judgment of the said will Bond be, catered and la Boston Crackers, Water Cracker,

Boats be&r0 the tl! at of littlt aayrtcldeatof tae amount of several liablfities oa. Mice, Grits, Heeker'e Flour in Bags,
aver a : .U wee State of Florida to your
catgv pl.y mea a
1,030 acres of had la the County of
the said boDWitDCII"o'a&. Buckwheat Fariaa Cora J&Urci
\ ,
natch'gams Of B.luards of l.OW
.....s1asuryeT n,anon; the palate, Yolusla levied upon u the property1 of C. Buffiagton Clerk of Fkxsctd Arrow
csrous oa a four i* ket rieu a or Haater.Valess Barley, ,Tapioca, Sego *
slab.tad it was the Taxes thereon
expeanea the louse in the of Sf Augustine.
tithe t iatr.Aay .
of tbo. West cut art paid before the day of salt. in said County this i4th! day of B. E. CARR.
ladiaaadtio Gall 6fesita it cceMaace ftaschaCetit to be ::7- KEIBEN MARSH A. D. St. AugusiiDeFeb. 0, 1867.
cast this accoapaakd fey a deposit la the bands of Sheriff sad Tax Collector, lean.JOAN
|a sttklt of da !>. eta among J. L, lldOaffia, of a forfeit i>f f JoU, and Volasia County. C. DUFFIKOTON, Frefib GroceriH.Schooaer !
l the autch to he played la two weeks from Feb. 10. MT. Clerk ,
''I i; : the due of acceptaace.Ota. J' I By W. UttrosD IXOSAIUX. Mose Warioe now die
I Clerk.
P. BA&LOff.TaHahsssto Deputy
A Idtcr from Bait more to the Fla. Notice. .8t. Augustine Kov. 17, 18GG. 8a charging, 12 days from New York
Now received in prime orderat
Ie" 10.tSGT. aLXARM week's date,1 will to being
PIca ergo Express eajfi;. ''Nunbcrs&erehsAU from apply II Ciscnr Coca tie
SIX.Judge of tht Probate Court of fit. or TBS ) Reduced price bjr Package
orO-V. jars urinal A TsUDK. The New York Jo&a's County for Letters of Administration EASTESJ Ciacvit or FtoatOA VBr. also at JtetaiL Families can be supplied
'San", sensible recommend .10..'.Co.,AT Starts Tux 1867.JPavld
1 4t.l11 ptsmli of Many en boys * to learn trade-cot that he s'uoud late of said I
a cstato of Ana Hurlbert County B.Pnahaa,) ctIL Now ready.
.s4't pr
Mars q Ief1a a with the always work at it, but he Buy tare thouuedJAMES ... v attsftflBtn*, 80 Bbk eMortedCrtcken, lOBbk f
k .H."pi. to 1Tork,bud L as reserre capital together with its RURLB RT' Franklin rtua'
BL AugnetiaeJsn.28, 18.)7 Lard, 30 Kegs Butter, 10 Boxes. i
.. tbij Lea hu they can influence in forming his character. TT appearing by>> affidavit in this action, Cheese 40 Bois Herring,26 Bozee t
do bttterk Nothing but an absurd false pride J. that the said Franklin Frsstr Dlr.d&.Da. ..-
... Bm b Carolba, Notice. Soap 60 Kegs Nail, 10 half Kegs
resides without tbs limits of this
0..111...'. K taippt, Five prefects many parents from adoptingsuch Stats. Notice illa..bJ given 10 him, u Powder;! ..40 Bag Shot 60 Cases h.
seaside counsel There Thate week'after date I win apply to
Hs tad Tess chaD also to other persons who art or Buy be Oil,30 assorted ,16 Sedte
ai.slie' .
ta of Probsts
SIX Honorable the Judge
been instances of royal
__ personagestraining laterostodintht subject matter off the Salt 2 BhJI Dried A SrE 60 BUs
1 for Ltttera of Ad-
'"1 pf our..,1n their children to mechanical mlUstretioa 'County"ema-testsaeato ao&cxt" tame, to be and appear before the said Planting Potatoes Onions,

I i& t m&....x. n trt .ws.. employments, and thereby rendering oa tht tests;Hannah Jenkeo late of St. Court thereof upon for the 1867 am and day of then ths spring and there tens 2 Bbs Maaas, 20 11... wrUekg

\ 41'" fJI : them: competent to grapple with any John's County deceased. plead, demur or answer the Plaintiff! Paper, 3 Ebb Syrup, 12 N. Palls, I
: A(Ietp'I1u.-A ;. ding, took:, chugs,of fortune ,bus such good 8. ST. GEORGE ROQESa.SL .. declaration herein.JOIINC.BUFFIKQTON. 23 Dot Broe&f, 6 Nests Tote, S

pk4. "It'% ] among tho aerie ubc&TeitV the dignity! of MIlt Augustine, January 19.MS67. Caa. Are Utadlee. 30 Boxes Csa- (1
noeatlt of our American'..sorereigns.DlTO&CC : Clerk Circuit Court diet 16 Boxes Stareh 6 Boxes
dtrkaMoa at which Notice. .'. i
"IfPf"- for St." County.
Chocolate 10 Coiee 2 Cases !
lit ses&v ranirtog tbb usual arty :SUITS IN'IbC XO.D.- CIUC ....'. after date I will apply to It. Aqutlae,Dee. 7, 1868. to Tobaceo, 3, Cases Begs Matches, 4 Cues .

arlUeisiitTer. rtqiirtd to pajtt The following dlrorte statistics given J3 the of Judft Adfllnistratlon of the. Probato on the Court Estate forCum of BRAVO & DUNHAM Milk, 2 Coil Rope, 1 Bbl Llaeled i

Hnim fei cf Itt dpHan,and art for the city of Rich&ond I Amelia Pemultlato of said County dr Oil 1 Bbl Torpentiae, 16 KeII .. I

et .s precincts, For the year 1660, tweety-eight. ftattd. DEALERS$ IN Wbie Lean I Bbl Cetfeits, 1 BilChrosM
( suits were proented-eight bbus- A' M. DELAFOSSf.SU Yeliow.tll Boles ttltsi. 1

was retk$4 to exf < five dollars buds,and twelrs by wires of these AufasOBS..January 10. IBM DRY GOODS Bbl Leap Bkci 1 fel Oik,,Jem .

... Is nIne._to money thirteen were granted-six open the Vanish, 1 Can Carter OU,

I wn tarad era to U c bride and application: of the husband,and seven Notice.StXtsontitf Clothing Hats Boots B. E. OARB

,genes.alto Ud taken tiii method ort upon the applications of the wires. afterdatol wffl affly u Si. JtugasOas, Feb. g, 1867,
Two isits were dismUeed' motion of the Probato Court of and Shoes,
nielli--? to Start op ,theIr Jour1 and b both for Letters <&111'1fna FLINTS
of the plaintiff, oas esss feu John's County P0WDERSHOT,CAPS, ,

: ''' of lilt parties sgreed to auks tn a- iabloadlustaent. the Marton Administration IMt ot said oaths County Lusts de-of fco. Ico., 60.fit. .. LEAD GUN TUBB84C.EaUEegs .

The court rejected one N"'" .Aopirtliet .... Powder Qearter. Ksgs

A"a th&tuao& sou. There are now peraef teshs DBWARD MARTEN Aug. 11. ly Powder, Casister .&. Feuds,

lit pnuitl'Dames Di IDwattoeit court twenty lone old sad sew siek. Adaiaistrator.i6LABgestasOot.6lhl8d SpsrtingPowderBtlotC. DMk.ltm;
&. 6m.
ilk.. Isg on J.. ta Calorsdowpttssadt ASSORTED CBOCKEBT.Ewers. lag Shot, Asserted aim .....

veto tagissr. Charles 0 Coaor, Ksohss: best 15Ut VKltt5. .and Basins, Chamber ...11.1. Flisks, Shot.... Oa.8ers.s, Ace ,
Oftr o ", iatitsd to debtor u .a;. at the. Con.W flour, Fork, Lard, Butte Plates, Caps sad Saucers, Tin pans, &c. S. E. CAU.

tea, ammo c Cm i!: II Iti'fai .. efisi(rmaaacggfeRt GtMvsl Lse's ektn.U baking Dishes Tea Pots Ac.Aujl I ,9 19 7. .
B. E. c&a. 11- 'IS. E. CABC.:
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.': di.t foii the,In n rK-:1TJib the I ,1XUIITR'ryt9M'AX lrro.\tsr. Tha 'ounl1uuit1..ere startled 'yes I THE DEL CI V8 UTTJ.B.( 11E.tT. Noti&,. ;:-.4' 'r.

I tu;'rnin the Savanbah She uM the loTtJ me,oftentimei Ii'
( Slafo ; .tJacoartgiag. The kuon The New York Tribune, commenting hays Tax *
i .'.tlr' .(. 7/f rail of the 3bt J11c.with She prime ktssft warm and sweet, Collector gig* ,
.. Crop hi|been. 'far beyond expecta on the rejection of the ConstitutionalAmendment a sensational report that the duturbancvs And I expended icdres'of rhymes Bteifors T virtue( Af th*power fa-raiSltU \

M,i t I ton,and b_ result of the .'reeJ.IU:1u.iJtor'w by the Southern States, at the Delta Plantation had On the delicious litile chest, .Law.11euu. I ha .lVied** it.I

; suet tbewUhes. ofthtox ctys : been renewed, and that there hadbeen 1Uy next 1st'Thursday in from the of 2nd tlariiU1ll r. It

..eaaguiiiq CuutracU. In a Torte Instance only-that ofT a battle between the Federal I tlUedh,,, darling, angel dove, / u ', fa the City ef Si. AttraSL.!: -.. '....

., ;t (have been. renewed in rot all( !ustahecs \:.as-has this rejection been coucli.ivl soldiers stationed then and tho ne My bosom's queens exhausting quire t ween tie c "usl hours of sale ).

in indecorous or insulting term. groes. It appears that a boat containing The whole tocibaUry of lore, IltH'rib.oll'f" f'rtr. to wit: --r-
and Usurers still waste John Msgeeaqd Loula
Usually, the manner has been uncxecptiiniablo a couple' of gentlemen witha And, lure.1 thought thai all was right. lrs Kjtions S8 COleucr, .rwatnoikihit
of four thousand Towa
ifnotercn courteous. detail of soldiers, had attempted to Ranae.yuuth and East eeefkfiii7
.: .Treodinen have arrived in Jafksou* After itatiug that the land on Tuesday night and were com- But .hen I preened Tier' I a wnWnt. Town-hip C, lUn-e::*, 8ottthaTa.i* '

1 TiHc from Georgia and &utI1IC:1 reason assigned p1 lcd by the uegroia to return, o To name the happy briJt day, eetiene .... "Tonr hip... Rafe 2f t trnd "
is a refusal to "punish their Her to' : East I
cream bonajcUbber went It'< _
; lour TowaaJUpf L.I
tina:within.ti past sixty daS, all SavannahAtau early they :9, ,rail tuf.
IcaJcTi for doing the work they had reported at ,the .Jititdquarto of She bugtttl, and 1&1c11& woulJa't pay. ..railf'theTlI.s&otb and r :
peeking fur work, or iutcudiug to nptft ti\ 1'
aligned' them. [the: Tribune con Colonel Sibley and asked for a de. are paid bursar the .,
Jay M.
; (ike* ad*ntago of the lIon : tcad slums: tachment of soldiers. For I was poor, sad she was worse- J A. 'tOOUd.$8?

DilL, Agents; ttaaj iu rcaiiuesiI The Colonel with fifty men 'proi For I had truth an
This rejection,-has a manly aspect cecded the F.i'ottor Dut then the fasdnattag tune' Tax Assessor and GeQect.. ,
upon .t ci11Uf'j to employ! labourers that on steamer U. d
appeals: to every gcucronsmind. Had of then I.
more st.doha'ozf
common se ie
ab bale o'clock and front
euoa laud. With ill tho >jut J'a.t cue It JI s<
u use they But whether you agree in February;end; 1. ,, t'
what could tarn from :
and trhSeh this rev not the fait we She wed millionaire and BOW,
f wjudiccs feeling* ;oaie pr rtw bI. :
who the boat met
1!;; luayhno eotertaincd, the negro is There are fourteen States that will but aceomjanicd few on,tho they place. When age has silvered o'er tnjr,he a11. Notiid :\

not ratify amendment ; and it caninly very negroes And brought sotto wrinkles to jay brow, Tax Collector tom .
;; now more closely allied with the There ere scvcnd small boats all of ; J
be carried their heads I thank her for the words she taitL virtue the
ovcr by "
t* power la
\H\ whTTe li is"iu which were taken in charge.by the BT ftStocjfedksl! \\
mw un rcr fiyw iguoriag them in tie court, and as. Law, I hare leried upon tad staa

I hispoc-k&WWatfoftliohciii, La suing that throe-fourtha of the offieirs, and after removing the oars For had we two joinel heart and hand otter for,tale on Tliurshy taeiaddw..

far is to be the salvation 6f hei States at present represented in Congrcss they Acre placed under a guard.It For 'better, or for: Wol'M always May next 1907 In front cf the Cfcat ,
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House in of
found that Lfcat. Lemon City St. .
was The worse would ban trots worser, and dulnst ei
I South, encourage thut and our,fields. mi r.iffiea to ratify. That lie htoofthoFrecdmcn's Bureau, had tween\bit usual hours of sate' taa&82> f'
The devil would have.been tw "w.
trill: '1ba and blossotu like the euaiptiou, however,will certainly bocontroverted been drair-'ed ouiofhb Quarters. ..yesterday _.- J'S1.. lust, descritt'l property, to wit&. ''C l
in the Scnrctue Court, fl It. "GUlltab"Ueu, Tei.. -
!: toys(." and our cleared! lands, -which! and probabty over-ruled. After our rasa wing 'and severely beaten NEW YORK, February 4.-The being in Sectious 4J, Township 3, r

''i i 4 many thought would bo, barren recent experience! is the rock toO with a musket by'one of the freedmen Washington special of the Times sap ::!t. j jl.al..lah.TuHaDd
who afterwards fired at the expenses ton > ni j
I wastes" will,, yet fill deflate touics 'bo aroiJvai, .. prostrate officer, the ball taking effect: it is.understood that the majority paid before the day of sale.A. -...

with'joy and gladuess.The'indicatiuns ; the shoulder. Lieut. Lemon the Reconstruction Committee have D. KOOEEO,
'CoxQ1iEar, llcr ? U. OL r.- in getting F! f riff and Ez '
r' i iif poascabion of hU pistol,fired two agreed a plan which, if Congress T.u'W otticitb
: The Ilrlljent, speaking of )Ir.VWItJU' upon :'Of and Colltetcra: ;
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all hint tq the shots at his assailant,the last of which adopts, will speedily settle tha St. Jobs .
M. (X from Pa. ccclt
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took effect the Februaqnd 1W7.Notice..
fAd that.wc are tbreatencd'with an killing negro. question. Leading Southern men 13..
lays : The tfurgcon of tho 10th U. S. Infantry -.1
IFrt Indian Tho late bcrrlblu! '
war. IU:11'-
Mrs Ihwson says with great point was sent over,to attend to the uow in the city gave assurance that .

j sego near Fort Kearney recall bit "thtro Li wounds of Lieut. Lemon and their constituents will submit its
. F'': touqueat, there is no we to Tax Coll Cor'.8a1e. vRY

tcr memories of'-those gcnorul;, coa Union" In these few words he has learn that,although they are severe requisitions. virtne Af the lame test 7?

. rpiraeics among the Indians: which, .,t firth: philosophy of the itna* and paiuful, they are not considereddangerous. It is rumored that General Sher : I*.w,1 here lttie-1 power upon sal sJui.

some Forty or fifty years ago, pave us tiou. Thro no Union. The States .. man will to tho Plains to conduct utter fir sale MI Thur..Uy ....:adii,.if
r cast arc still ilk!C'CrcJ.Ild yet what Au inquest was held on the bodyof go M"y nvxt 1K7 !in front ef. tie JCad
; much trouble and thousands
to us the impending Indian war. HOUMin Ihu if St. ,
was the war waged for J lu prevent the negro, ami a verdict rendered Oily AupsUas. T

of valua.l 11\00. this very result The Radicals have that he died from the e&cU of a gunshot Butler, it b said, expressed him -wc dn. :t>the crilKd ilfitj Lours of sale the 'fcQt* '
? to wit.
II. ..5 The luMbas in.' our Territories taken up with the defeated policy of wound at''the hands of Lieut. self to the effect that impeachment U William Martin pie.terty AMIaeree.beasU: H

number in all Utwcou OU.OOa and tuo etllltivu &t.. Thcylosuton the Lemon, said wounds being inflictedIn good in trie election-, but bud in belie") sect un -13, Township. fi. Wfi
disunion of the States. self-defence. w1!'*.
They forget
!J30obo ouliind fiur whole trttem
that the great object to be sought tier A few arrests were made, and after Congress ; he deprecates puhiug it.WASIII.NUTON Unless the Taxes and expenses tie e
cf iuaaaguucat: >!i.i fir c-11 calculated' to l',. are paid before the dry of,..I .;:
li true pcaee-not the jicacc of hat rcd. placing guards at different places .bruuyI.The ,
.\. D.
j,.I' keep; thew c<)a' taatJy ou tUcj .starJrtth1'hyrevYire the l.c..t.'U'ul" pprctaiuuf,. the peace tho military returned to the city at necoii tructioiiCjmiiihue hid adl'. SJuiJ and E*-oltipd.r.f

:I ; fn'mcrntocnt 'IHI' ..It. ubiclityrautreufurcoupon the con* au early hour.UENF4.tL cordaut ceiuiou. It iu.tU again on Tax ,\.,. ....or and folleetor,,JNotice.

j j, aunu?, ift br'pyi'ic'lt 'of iucril, !but the ]>eacu of kiudncs., Wednesday.General t..JoLa's Cep_

t risoneyanl'wuhan3i,..!. 'fI t concord. fraternity. It difeenlt tor Uclu'K-1'hl3 hale ,..:Suortian I'ehluury. :'ml J Nfl. .9. +
f'tjids! the Indus -- -- -
little niii ii f leuni K If ti' G'eutr.l Magruder -
: < us great * tueats liZt fijclrs: uf ckhcaand! 1
I}: o ... : it were net: v.ehuuld 'vxpict that furmeriy a cuieiit o4' that city, uud : bgeuis jwllin/: aun'.iin.iiiu t ,

j,, situ -mte .J'LturCf!:w.IU itl'C tr rrw' v ir IU'Qh.ti..uhut" to-day luighthivij ; a \icueral: l iu the Confederate icrv ice, tl:d :1ns. ivhout l.o K'f rucnu :t'rya Tax C114cIor'sNssc. .

[ti i thau .MhtinV! Uirk**' alii I IS an ri.ta tfith'Trd ft im iii>u>ry taut uag. h.a tvfii !iii liultiuiurc tM.vcrMl Uaspt Iona, and :,rcul'ilc, ,d t. uctale a.gedael BV rrtne.f the r:-...ri r in m* ?f-eM kf

;a j ruuaon TUov eLo.t ilcMor. i' wild tutiintily t-, thus tOJlllul'ro.1 is the sue '.... }rw.l L.11r !le,:Ied tj>,n .%i| ,'u4:
.r m the Hj.riri ;I. tl.Uran ., ,. .. .
j-rcU' sri wL; ai. ItV.ofKTii wrictyliijy htcppiti;; ut the rcsUetu i 1.a ;: L. -r. ;a; fl' T 11ri.4J 11W :Iii.refd

; 1 .reL7tat: f dLra c: c"'C1J".hiL; ..hi1 'Iu uj'jM>ed: t'j hnvo arrived at ri-.atiH Tiitf iJvuerji w in t.ci: 'heut : tmd cl.-n>i.ti htrU:. tl..> tiaJ't: ,,uYnext, lawi7 in it h.t of tie" fn .

; if frfftWeSA !frIT'' VltV irthh"tl, .htica; truth it i.i this.litrltctiO'i.Ioi la .. UI. ui.Jjr such h ,ta .... t7fi H "'" thrt'nvf -c. .hcmr. be.t1
IAJ) crt; :.t j- .. c.rt :m 1::: drunken anal, Ali!i ito fa Suiitheru of
!, to-waitP hay? eiuatiug :tllle 11. T. J'snl". (i and 1'u'.Its arsons
> 'ati.w'th Indian
rot '
r + ; or1IES
,. II.\JE i.-ho Uu been recently iiuruuiued !iurioiue WA JII\uruX, January 3u.-Tlat. ....,._'u : '. 1'uwtl-.IJt 1. patios ::'J,,fN't
;PttA firth Mid r.'br,'t' h-a hw !>PPIJ: 8urTnr.n\Ef.as.-A .u..1.intuu; let A'urthcru cities; add it is .'..:cd House bill filing the tulark i.fthc Ij.ln('. T. nnibi1' I. n..nift' :' '. LtfL3.1. .

ribhed.. and'a.1.1t murder t-Jf n/i;>1 11'If :'.v.D Ursavs: The Radical.! In private that the pbcts! when the gauio' iskept officers of the Revenue ('uttererrku T .wu.. ilJ.. Kanjic' y. '

," t couvtftatioii, do not hesitate: to cxpros are nightly thronged with players. was pawed to-day. Captbins are Itrcecivd paid bclwre the Tv duo anJ expenses!.. tlimsaare '
: :.: There i illl ilea IIrcraitn: The game is said to be a fuse!na- dij of M ."*
-; S their contempt f,r iweu of $L',:)UU Licuteiauu andChlet" .\. D. uno cno. I
if, ;aging citizcus,at the North, w4c. are ting one, and once interested in it a ; I wh"'tifantt Ez.utfietee. .

J ti f ,e biaourinK alwat rcctiiist ructiori.; that wutluru: birth who are hanging to person; is liable to play on till lie is Engineers, f J JSOO.; Fecund I T41 s un",41' aD"IIt""' .

I' their tkirts fur place and plunder. I "dead broke." There arc instance Lieutenants and First Auissant )?:nginecl'l & John Ceaaij.
4 ctllers aW welcomed Klori .
w)t 'by Frt"utty. 2i l 1M7. &.
heard the other however, of some winning considerable
dlkw a wry prominent 81, 00 ; Third Lieutenant*
; that their lives and
j proper but the i '
affirm with oath money; majority arc '
day an not quite Iud Second Assistant
:1 ty ito in d"pijer. This it Mlc vMp*. 100e,.. Engineers, Notice.Taxfollector .
proper to be repeated to"cars polite: 81._uu. .
i! .
Many jnstanccs have couio to our i a1e. .
'j p that ho would sooner touch pitch A sister-in-law of tho lladical i .v.
knowlcF'enfcapitalistslivinga7on:: Workmen will at once undertakethe virtue *f lh,l power b me vestsilr
than the hand of llond, your recreant member of Congress from St. Joseph
Law. I haw IvrieU anti siM
,i 'during : who upon
;; us tnepart scar Have Judge. The compliment. paid in (Miouri) l>i trict during the war enlargement of the Gallery of the odrr for .. .on'ThurvLij the 2nd di> tl

'f4antcd cxtcawvcly in the very ,heart in the way of assigning reasons fur gratified her malignity by groin; out Catholic Church reserved for the May next bOT in front ef the CMT. '

tif Florida, and-now, instead of I their to see four Confederate jouths hanged colore people. The late Fair held 1I1'1I se. in the City of St. Ausjusiiae kewr
refining to bo introduced to the .n the u'ual hours of sale the ful1dretil.epl **
f1 friends extending:: their .genial :: pyni* "Jull ..," his recent visit here. in cull blood by jayhawkcrs.. 'The fur that purpose by the 'colored rrnl*rI,. to wit t .
thu time
upon cicnto
'; patiiy Mf r the etuwb ratbcy havp pa+tin woman wan at ; and jwpulatiun otSt. Augustine lass reaiutul U. U Climb 4-.0 worn being ((1 N ,
"It !is one of the nHst offensive necessities soon after a tm! was born her whoau icve) sect iuu 1:1t: Township fi, Baace 9.lnle .
flood and field,** thdy arc 1Nwtr; "w- a sum which will bo sufficient> t
of party' said the fame gen. tongue bulls cuntinuotisly frutu bin the Tares and expewee Utrt**

ins ..c.orJi3I.l'Ongratut tion for the tleuian "that of mouth, and wh#o neck bears thu for tliat purfose, and gill also pro. are paid before Ibt' day:oT sale. *
capable betraying
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they anijl 'en- frayed appearance aud'gues throughthecouvulaivciuutiuii vide them with neat and comfortable ; ,
_>: crops 1iavc'pthcrcd. their section, their fellow-tuwus- : Sheriff and Ei-offid., 6
.cuu liD$ them to run the rit" ol.continuing tit'tlUU iu the pews in the place of the wretched Tax Ass aeraiidCe1eet<*i'
their their
rncn, neighbors fcryt1t1bi1 final agonies of .utfucWuD.-.Y
in the I Sla J +ba's cuI1.
'f JatHjtrqiu fyjtonauothtr benches they have had hitherto.
blood, for mere office and Its York \\ rt.1.. '
From *- j. -- S .v'Ii
tvar. .
present Notice
4" pro.hi. emolument, should, to advance party }- The Lake City' 1 of the : .
fpcctii.4\re doubt they can be The New York Times there
'duce ; ends, bo permitted contaminate the has been decrease says of 2nd inst, nays : Owing to a UttiLbvr Tax Collccter'm haler ,
4 I'dkavethe'state a positive 87,000in
..... I.. j I 4 1J'llcv. any society of gentlemen., the population of Sew York city of cues in which lion. T..T. Longwas virtue of the power in me tededlj
., .circiuu. .;tauces.. .. BV fl
" law
c: ,' j .. H during the last five years and it attributes attorney of record, he and Hon.B. I have IctW upoa'sadustrr
A letter New York : Sub. fur vale oa Thursday Ue 2nd diy M
I ?[r. Cheney, u.cJ tq Fay, KTiptU'tis fur the relief of nays the South this loss of population to the A. Putnam of the pastern Circuit May nvxtlM? ia. tract .of' the Ceartlioune

i Ir ./trie jOrtnodox preach, to: keep the are coming in with r il'OfurtllY great numbers of people that have have exchanged Circuits for the !j the City of fu Asg+utfae.. *..
been driven by tho municipal ween the usual hours of sale the fuOo-
';; lt of hell but 1 preach to Various Term.
" t people liberality private parties, corruption, heavy taxation, high cost Spring .. to* deseribrl property, to wit t
4 keep Ml. out of the people." who arc acting as agents report a of living filth and discomforts of -4. Julia F. l' me, iUI sues (partjr ii
and The Chicago Tribune the John llu section : :, Tevft*
total oftal000 upward though great, Has ((rant) a
I J:..4l Iptje boy after sayinjf hi* prayjup the movement wssvuly commenced various Kinds for which New York. is RadiCal thunderer of the Sorth.e.t .b1r., naner.4-T...,.. .

; ,enl.iTn and eaid|o hts irrijrjjioasfatbof on Monday; J .' *>. proverbial b l"nJe,..1 the Tllu aaJ.upensea,tltee+i
out in an elaborate aud forcible
are are paid before: the day of sale.A.D.KOOE&0.
cntM'ow I b >iqsuit ii i m
1 Ja >
t New York city is not near so .
populous tIde against the impeachment of the
In the Kentucky Senate la*t weekly
Itui +Myprf havoyoa :)-ours, ur as tho people there have been: 'resident. Sbetltf and 1x odwio, .
'tnn .. Pirf! ftfcrrd :&J resolution ..that.Congress The rcfMis taken Tax Assessor sad Colleticr.fH. .
f,1ilt' 1" 'o4' claiming. by
1 t K'''J. .t ... (1Wc 4y fir topaymeut IrSUetlOJI .c. .' COUTHFebruary. /.
IJ $ 'IJthf 1t of>J-May and 4--tho. to loyal Inca pjf cow iua" State authority, lat year, sets down A negro woman in Richmond after .!!*! IM7. aa_
the population ot tare city and county dant' D a ball all found
night her
tf/iiltr"lat ttrhin4aadonlirt&I ia'n
"" Iltllt dy4ofll'uvtmibur l, l!persons! breach of tliiitcd faith and that, it at72U.m ;This U large. but runsiderably child half eaten by rats in the morning cnocKKnv, \nD\f.\lir.,
: : to rhot cra In the city of ; less than tho 'mUlioD"rmWcotlYIsertcd Vp
sin -its facehands
\Tnmnu'tTe :'outticrnStatu.. in ears n
. re. oop"'AI1F:.
' 41\'tit1York u y by the editors in ,
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the .
pudigldg pa'iUaldcL "
: Jt If wli the total' cost',of 'A. TWtrartVm .. jti tlio metropolis any time within the Iron and grails Fiftersnajt rs.i .
Thetotal1se'by in the united .
last three Of the total Iniunw i l'arlorMatehem T t8.1tal",
Fifth years. population ,
rfl nsMivon avenue, jwaha.raper..tio'that there !isittle States "
last '
year amounted *
returned 8rutbiD,:
313,1ft are as foreign lie; curd ,11 :ub -- "
ky, ork.including furniture, will duult that all Indians on the born. aboui; ono-tenth of the 'whole! income )Jru b"t.nOI e Rolling ,
IJ 4 J9QO. plain* aro, hostile, and unless the HM MMHHISfl BSSBMMBiMM Mtf, | of this heavily-taxed: country., Trans; tlIlacking, ,

, .'i ((roeviuicn are fearing South uut and decisive measures A man named: Hunt has recovered The game |Virginia i U did_to beJicttshjngfeunLLunger Traps, Wsekiaf. Gal Trap, a.Dud. .

!" lUiiw; .riJI.11bit: :tho planters "prompt 'I20QUU from a Colonel iTenncssce. J ua5 yiubloin ....Jlor1.m,&IlrwinP1kaacctu, 4

are beginning to seriously; alsriu are taken to prevent it there will be for false iuiprisoumcbl during,the toJlJl,; Jyc l.OA H S>ujat of__tl .deep .4 ....pt"uiI loud. 13uwh.! -': .
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