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: March 2, 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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.\0" .1... J I .. I I .i .* .-.IlP."E I I Jou' Cocnrr.FutTatttt U G. j Collector Sale.BY virtue of an Order of Sale grantedby .
j' $t"" .'t" + I W .I. ; To Benjamin F. Packard Principal sac I virtue of the power ia me vested by the Probate Court of St. John's a
88 IffiESO gBTOTlaD' A Y, XEST. 'j'lIb,..; JI SWAMP I George Hurt and Joseph E.Masters Sure* Law,I have levied upon and shau I \.uwatl.lm..n.. PabUe Auction on :
if t .\ ,,' t, ,, tin user for sale on Thursday the Lad day of r the'6hdairor February 1867 betweenthe ;'
". 4.f !I I : &I: a '1. T1THE&EA3 the said Benjamin Pack, May' next 1807 la front of the CourtHouse : boon of 12 o'clock noon,'and 1 o'clock j!
1 0'; .u..... I"I I. I. '. purchasers of the following de* "ff and fats a Bond to the State tit r in the Cliy of Ft. Augustine, be.J P. U.. la(root ofthe Court House In the City I
r t :TILE: "'hada In St. ,John's county Florid la the penal sun of fro hundred I tweea the usual hours of sale the follow. of Bl. Augustine thefollowtog Red Eatate .
.' .. ce Aging to,,the Internal Improvement dollars and whereas the condition of the I described property, to wit belonging; to the estate of .fctepben Mar. ;
I at, .i 1 db. 'i ,rM f Ml ba:-:tag iaUed.topay.the )Und gyre ri I said Bond was that the said Packard I I Eiit.l'eangand Henry young 200C( ] tin deceaxd.
... L .r1.. ; e 1 I I for,bt'mw&laatabtDtI, said lands will I should appear and answer to the chug I l..la.ID Sections 42, Township 6, Range i 2 Lob of laid containing (0 acres la
l;! .J' f". 'ft 4utit j, bfc retold mtiWtbk of the .purchasers, of trespassing upon the Public Lahd .1 t i8.. townahip 7. B 28,ti and kin See;7. KJ of
'. .......14... '. 0/ 1..1 'oi.. ,1' I ItTlf subs tficttXtiKl': Office, ia lalabassee.! the State or Florida, at this the Fall T elm i Unless the Taxes and expenses thereon, 8. "I.... .
AI: j ell Os ebidaC1fMarda.mst,uales laW .fthh.eonrt, and wbereas the said Pars-. are paid before the day of sale.A. Mao that certain parcel of Iaa4 granted
: .!P ,JI K BOGEBO. to Joaa Pap, lyln N. E. of mite
DssetAp f lfelad. ..stat trod te4 of advertise- i Ahmu Iba .answer ItS
j jII' a p'epstai; rew'tswrtrrPx": :!' at411.onJ has Lma"eriateell. <*' Sheriff and .a.c lleio, Creek-Ja bu..1_'.>ee.aty ,tnatalatig
.j .ia Y .I ar ,...... J....Ik pu Iteov The Las 1'\.. 2 aura.."f;ear: sl" 1:I, .. due form of law ar'appearsty4he Tax Asseator and Collector, .hundred acres,. bouded M foH wai
+ .1 ...., ;;' 1t'I ;--J.C4' totet'eJb, 1 J. 'Record ofthlll'ourf. and,whereas :**" St. ObD". County. being the point! on the But line of said
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1" If to. Gflb.V! the said George Bart and Joseph E. Masters February. ,2nd 167. 8m. I Pap/a tract'where the pits and swamp
e .1 i ,I-O'.IV ION..o -, The i N/EJ: set; td. T 6,$.. L !7,. B. are the sureties on said Bond as appears land divides, sud rnntiing Ueo NorU>: to
l. r$4J ,'J. a .I'MfIIt.Q.l.ttIICI hl J. 8. Usaklu.h by the Bond now on file in Ahia Notice. the N E corner. of said, tract of lend j
.eo/= ; !'uo I II. 1 pf eta El sect w,'1'. 0.8.. B. !Court: ; thence West to the Buckley tract, then
ri -"... ,!, .. ; .. i I. :r f"1.. tml, entered by I, b. lien Mow therefore, you 'eummandedt' TaxCoU ...'."Ie.B' South to the line dividing, tft. piae and
; .'" j' less n are hereby ordered and 0 swamp land to the beginning;and lies .inSec.
1t .or/ Ttw 8}'of 4 w| seek':* T.C s1.-, B.27, show C'aUJ4l'lrlal.w haw, ca the first virtue or... power In me vested by 0 and 7, T 7, It :=s.
.. a.. ::t.i I E.,ffltSu acres,entered byj. B. llanlina.Tha dar of the next term of this Court why I.aw,1 have levied upon and shall Also an undivided interest (a a tract of
W... r.a!, ,BJ:jo/!*'. E} are. 4, T. U,&{ R.27, judgement should not be entered ageiiM utter fur,sale on Thursday the :Jael day of land sold by Emanuel: Creapo to Edwui
u! t;., bl.bV: acres, entered by ,Dennis liars you and each of you and execution mued May next UG7 U front of the CourtHouse end Stephen Martin..I'IWUIID common
. I.lif'. .: t kins. lor the penalty the laid Bond i and ia in the City of 8U Augustine, between known and dutingubhed by the Oov
CtRMS OF,AD VKUTBETNO. 'TMEfefs.F.Iee&ll.end> the 81 of. default thereof judgment *ill be entered the nnial hours of sale the follow eminent Survey u a donation b1'the

, ',. '\ ';';ii '. 1iti}'sea 12'I..A, $..8. Y7,'E..s ItoUtlaen upon,and executlou issued againM you fothe r described property to win Spanish Government to said Crespo lying
t =; *catered'by Unmis llankias.. amount of your sereral Uabiliiies. on D. L. Clinch tti9 acres being (I be' and being In Si. John's County, taking '
J / 1 at.ttreint ',T'q.1 i'a>l,1'i' t:1 tic.I"?.7. S.,R.:7 the eald liond.YViinefsJohn. Ueve)section 08. Township 0, lUnge :"9. portions of and lying and being la See
r..Vta fif tquarf Unefbe t\),lucre,. entered by thumb llaaktoa! C. Buffington Clerk of I'tUess the Taxes and expenses tUtreon Lions 14. 16, ::: and 28 making on*ouar.
sad) ''''''', MII.. :'TI1.C. Ej j 4>>f 8.:El: sec. 20, T. 0, S.. B.W Mid Court;and the Seal 01 the said Court are paid before the day of sale. ter of each Section, more parUcularJy
, ...1If1i..lueILi....... .. ,'"I J:. 'acres, Mitered. bj John 0,'SanJin at the Court House the City of Ff Auguatiae A. 1>. ROGERO, described In a plot and certificate of the
&; _.... chargedex 4r 1 In Mid County this 24th ,day of Sheriff and Ex-ofiiclo Surveyor General of'Florid eabradog t
tt-seem .\ 1 eau,, fl.,W} cf y. E} and Nl 01 Lot No. .U I). 18CU. Taa Assessor and Collector, the entire description of said land. ,
I .ntenfervtisfcUs..ttoi&es. eI"" ae Adalallt. 5 ljt.jsa,;;T. Ik> jslu 27, E., U.I* acres, JOHN C. DI1FFL QTO .tit. John's County TERMS CASH.EDWIN
I' a will be twenty tutored by James L.Colee. Clerk MARTIN,
..,.. I. Tie! *. X and Notice
Cl is of N. WISfe. By W. Muumuu,IIOJUOAX Adnkiatrater.
r,.titttatr/astbasaa. tributes of respectjreariys I, '1'.:\\.toCJf 1L'27. E.. 120 ma. eu"Ittai Clerk St. August ne, Jan..25, IN?.
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I bj-damea 1 toto.' Tax Collector Sale.BY .
Si. Augustine \OY. li, 18C6.Notice. Jta
.... WIIbI tMl_ A *]*. The bj of U. Uiand: rf. EJof S. 7J See. : Fresh Groceries!
virtue of the In vested
power me by>>
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AUI' yt sdr.ttissa.tta aurn' 1 J, 'U. 7, c:., L ri: ,i; ,*.*a u.c. \f 4 of.1. Law, I have tried upon and shall
;1M 1Pr1sI q. aij 64Y&Aee. d'; v::;. w, .""-. Id, T. 7, tl., it.s. 1.., i. :' .+. _.. ...:.....:- U J.7I .;rcm uiier<*l l-v J.a c* L., t'uKc. r.f Tax (;Collector' Kale.inue ? ia trout of the Court i I chsrgiug, 12 days irons 'New York"
a.wt inH I-J.cv o. :::So....<<1.bo> V 1 Ih,..",. lu tli9 City t-t M. Augustine be I flow tcccivcd in
t A LECTURE otA.: W } u..$.'...} ...A. W| ....:.: ;. T. i, B\* % ..r,b.-rcwcr. in nn, rested lwi...tt the Uluat l..J\ir.CJ'sale the follow at Uuduced being prime order
J .' O., U j|, Cto. IkkVMvTM, ""41\.1 t.> M .(. by law. i aa'tl tir ti.onancril 4 r\-ictyt, to wit t prico bjr the Package
TO, YQU> <1.l\JE :' *.M.* .1. htCkHu.tiA < ,....:t .fcr.alt ou tbo tt.s, brat MvniLiy in juljiF. t'a.uc, Kv acres (partly in ,l.o at Retail. i'amuiea mm be .op!
,A, Hi yi tf.T. "I :8 ":. 1.'i. :. b.. t. Slay ui it !n trr.nt ..ttho! <*.urt llou.e rl Joan dun,.. gnui. ...oedUDO.D.. plied at mall tdraoee from trade
11tt1'nJ.wlu. jji Apcu.141 kkvctora :! J.,;:. 4.1.11., itj 'ae..a.t1J.tu..taru .1(I Kni td. : .'1 trio|<<, the f ollow JeMrribvd towit.
rural MX ptoerty
Pact lit : : ntuwluitsund thereon 2U BbU lusurtedCneken
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.. ",,4,,.Lsctareofttkew I stlrr. ty'C+atmeut. ... .,)hUtcS, *, .htJ ndt I.n.itutbt, 1411 arrt+,.U..nt t I ira;: 1',i. .t 1m:.. ar.p4td !A.lay U.ot ttCKJtSO.Sheriff Lard, iio Kegs Burger lu Boxes
.,.., ..:Lj.t444.2; ",*,1 .. 'rm.AVtfMAo I .1u i CJ a; N \f4 ft *, r. .. *v*' Lucetg.. livrr.; MI alio "ut.ib Laiova aDd tx-officio. Ckeoe, 40 lioxea Herring,25 Boi.
.oantalSBBS M'iakne.a. atdumaty ) ...- L., 4'j a..t,'*,'.-..test J iy taiis, 10 halt Keg
settsl lM,.nty.]sad Inip",4 treats The 3. XV J vf MX. .<(,. k44lhc 2.. l> t of Hunnty ol M..I' >Jni .. ht i.mgiu.o the ...I.le .A..AoraD4CodI\IOr.1 ei. John. Powder, 40 : bhot 60 Caws K.
County dug
to Manage gtaerwfy. Z l.f o.Wsevw N. 13t k,'. :'. \'. 4, tq a. .."'. K..: ;&..t4acrtt \ TliwD. >'"I'I"-iUtileMtl'el February, Siid lbu7. 3m. Oil 3U ibis assorted ,1
Cstaaatptloa, k|'tlrpo; and F.rst urinal ,rn<4red: hll ln; ,wiu ).atiri. I .ief and rspeute* t1. 'leoliI ,Sugar, 15 Sacks
ts4 rvysteat inuwM. tt eNUM.ug tram Vi... ti| ut.1..iI.4 sad kl) (j( 8.Wl4Jec I ate pwid wr..retbt' + ct.1 or...1- III Salt, 2 libla Dried Applet, 60 Bbb
tsINAbusi. ...,......by. UlU'U't: -':."'t CL U. lOtdlhe sj ..c. 7, T. 6, s., C.-29 KEl'UEN )MAR3I1 NOTICE.Tax l buting Potatoes, lu BbU Onions,
l'a1QJt.4. K..P..Jlt horof' Uwtfreen( !;.. 4W.OO srr"ntvrttl bJ.. M. paniel EberuT and Tax Collector. Collector*.Sale. 2 Bbis loan, :U fieami writeioff
.....Ma. e' 41 I 4Sh "'Ta4'LAIn.l: fil ot N. Wl-4 Fee.. Vo'.mia: County Paper 3 bbls 13 Nuts
author, 1a. thbfrora'" 7, '..6 .,U.'stv l ,'h.ltiacreL tottrenby Feb. 1ft, 18C7. virtue of the power in me vested byLaw syrup, Pails,
r 'Lectt'rt'tl' j el ''pM'N L 11. Uabh 'If .."b r.! I BY 1 have levied upon and shall 25 Duct Brooms. 6 Nests Tabs, 3

as tnra upefeaao liii the .a.ml cease. "the't, uM.of c. wM "'0. 7, r.'O, sirM.J'f .. : Notice. .,..er for sale on Thursday the all day of Case Axe Handles; 20 Boxes Candies .
toeaoeaef oetf Abute e ay we1 etfertoalry tt.f: a.J.IIJ: : a44w. tttrte4 by W'. Ill May next 1&>7 in trout of the Court 15 kits fetereh'; 6 Boxes
N,4 to fehttt imdi tae' tail without ,?. Tax Collector. Nate.B House, ''D the City of St. Augustine 'between Chuc'obte,10" Coffee 2 Cases
....'.......I* ; TtUms; belqlN,' rae IAt'Sa; ; C of aee. =:a. t. 9, *., a. 24l the usual flours! of sale the followIng Tobacco 3 Cases Matches.4, :
1alttit -;.....' Sr r cordials, pxrhuthgt L. .10 atm;tttirrctlbyx. 1.fJtt Mat.sere. V virtue of the power in me. vested described pr operty to w,11 I I Cases
.anwdrofe.re'at moo"certain ana i by law, 1 bate hated upon and shall UuUdington, ajflf acres being sections MilkCoils Rte; \ o8M'Llated!
.......1""y 'awhtak eJtery inhe'n. .1Ja.: ...&.,... It & w1.4ofax1.4 Iocr for solo on the Cth, first Monday in 40, Township & Range 17, titUU 011,1 Bbl Tvpeatt4eM5: ; Kegs
--wMi.s. ooMi lc U fu", bIt..nuy" s tl .;|l,.a; a, 28.EL. 116,7 ..r arnjrrrd May next iutrcnti>ftL,* Court House at sections Township' U.Range'.7, J3dOO White Lead, 1 Bbl Copperas, 1. Bbl
e,IteMlf efeesptf *' lately;and.radix bjr A, \fi.luQQ.c Enterprise tielwecn the usual Lour '.1fsale sex lions 37, 187.36 Cbrotue Yellow, 15 Boxes ))lass 1
..' '!' HESLlOfUUEiWlLb' FRUV' Thy t. wl" of xf.wM see 27, T. 7. I.. the following dencriU-d property, towitt '- Bbl Lamp Black 1 Bbl Chalk 1 can
A=TO THOU8AJ *. .. iI......,... .it I 1000 acres of land In the County olVolusio Unless the Taxes and expenses thereonare Varnish, 1 Can Castor Oil
A ......Ii&.tt.> y; sddrws>,, laW J :rb4 L std,ora.ttld sec a. t,13. e. r. situated near Indian River, at a paid before the day of sale.A B.RCARR,
JIWa..1> of utrOuU 2a'.A ti i 4apr aptered! by ;l paud J. place called HoriJ.Creek ia Township U ROOERO. Augustine, Feb. 2,1867, 7
eaa1? .'"tteptdtag Pt. AIN' Uri Caltec. :Q, South'or Mange 34 and 33 and belong 'Sh"Ur'Dd Ex-officlo .
0IItwir1l1N .. *,'*, price 2ii J: IGtlt.CORLEY lug to the entate of Thomas Kapier.jt Tax Assessor and Collector CONFECTIONARY.: '
+ "';'A'11. f J di JRtgffI'u of PDbUc JaDdL8t.AupatlDe Unless the Taxes and expenses thereonare St John's County

iU.'i c..B.t'/ '" ,No*,24. 18CU .' in paid before the day.of sale. r'bruar1.Dd 1807, 8m Retail and Wholesale.
"0" .... ..w..I '. I Sheriff and Tax Collector Gum Drops, Sugar Almonds,
f J... ...... .y.1' eM', .. ,, 0 rr,: : ?JCrticvtyCovaeortae, Voiuaia County.Feb. NOTICE.Tax Stick CaDdlit Ck Caud" Liquorice

.... t Noe.n .4,69&., 1 Eu'CIU CrsctrtaFi.ozws.rs ; 16, 1887. Collector4 Sale. Soda Crackes Batter, Crack,
B'.....1..Ootl ow. .u 0.1 .. Joui'a Co..AT'6rKUQ Tci.18d7.J ,
"... virtue of the power In he vested by en, Bugar Crackers, Pilot Bread
baV'B.DuBha&.lra. :
."r' '' toaAY. I '"; J Notice. BY Law 1 have levied upon and shall nard Batter Crackers, Ginger Soap,
*-WP.:! ... .'IJ-a4.- T Vftttacbttcnt, Tax Collector. Sale. over for sale on Thursday the Snd day of Boston Crackers, Water Cracker*
,. .::8-'Zt.A .,:rJ4 ..frMi i t r.n.e May next 1867 in front of the Court Graham Crackers Ojsttr Crackers 1
1a,of the power la me vested lluute, in the City of St Augustine between y
la able
a bj affidavit action
',' :.nl of tb....J.1td! etitn Dlidtfi+alVj :IB UimttktaaidfraAkUnTra FP f *r Dfen- 'HYi law I have levied upon and shall the usual hours of sale the follow Uice, Grits, Heeker's ,Flour in Dua.

. r : ,, .. ,(UnVreadnvtthout "h. 'I1mtta of this user fury! sale on the Cub, first Monday in ing described prvpvrty.. to wit IIn. Buckwheat, Farina, Corn StarCh;
.: 4 May next in front of I he Court ncuve at ) Elisabeth )I. Gardner lot No Barley Hatsccd '
.u .I \il. m" .1 8...*. : ::LNoUc la UrOjfirea(bin. a. Tapioca.Sago, Arrow
11II.. .. _..-.&, .. an', IGI .. alas to other ton,who iir or Bar be Enterprise,between the usual lawn ol J09>>bounded North by Lot of Buekinham lloot '
... lbf ledpaest C4' terraUdlalhk:raubtjetl '1DaIter. of the sale, hollowing describe property to Smith, East by Tolomato Street,South by .B. E. CARR. .
blest ofAo ai [-.a;! 1IiaMt Kfi.. t*..teiuUpi before the said Lot of Mrs C U Anderson West by Lots t
: : :Cctirf upoa,the firat day cf the apriaf term 1G30tcres of land in the County ol of Buekinham Smith and Mrs C C An SL Augustine, } >. 9, 1867. I; <
.L"oU ,'18C1, and then and there Volusia,'levied upon as the property ol tenon,
ri JJn: i .. .Y: plead, demur er answer the- PlaiatlfftdmtUfia Mary G.J Hunter. Unless the Taxes and expenses thereonare STATIONARY.Letter .
d herein, Unless the Taxes and expenses thereon paid before the day of sale.
"MiW t & 'Wuf-. c J01IS C.IICFpLCOTOS, are paid. before the day of aale.BXUBES A 1) ROOERO. Note and Foolscap Paper white
.. "" MARM1 Sheriff and Esofticio.Ta and yellow Envelopes, Pens,Ink and Ink.
: Clerk etOireu1t Court ,
.Etorw'I: :|OK bit Jehn'a County. Sheriff and Tax Collector, Assessor and Collector stands and playing earJa.ngll ..
Bt. An asUne, Doc. 7, 'IbCti. So Volusia County. St John's County D Z CARR y
; Compn Fb. 18. 1867. ,.bra..2nd 1807. Sm.
...... ....,.y. I : 0 FOR SALE,.OR RENT.
..... .. life. : da I k' t'itOCKEljl'x. 1MilD11'Altl CROCKERY HARDWARE CORNSTARCH FARINA.
' I The vacant lot known at the ")JlpO
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Ihrdliirc " re, I la Retreat.
!OWJD.UEOr.t4 Ara.rLtNT8 1 Tin+trarc, UbiW-warc, Kettles,Patti, WOODWARB.VIrun Barley, Tapioca, Sago, FJas.seed.I Aug. 11. D. E. CARL
D. .;. CARR.
' LEAD GUN TUBlnilfKc k 8aclt! Goods, Fancy Ooodi, Button* and Brass Sifters, Halter, .
: VI, Drugs IVinta&c. Brooms, Parlor Matches.Tuba,Pails, 16. 1867. ASSORTED CROCKERY.Ewen .

: PtmJ Ottrtoeiar .Rtes D. E. CABR. Bed Cords, Wash Boards, fccrubbinp and Basins Camber Bowie,

Porier, UsiMa ai9e l"J"tJttr St.! Augustine Yet 2, 18G., Brnshc, Rope, Rolling Pins Rat P1CKLF.S. 1I 1 Plates Caps and gaueera Tin pans,
fte.Ang. .
I Dishes Tea Pots
baking ,
"" ,Bt; Dcck,Bpati.Afias3rto4 Blackiug, BriuLcs Mice
... 'l'nJI'1 Cayenne Pepper Black Pepper 11. B. B. CART
L t&ika! I'uwtkt sr, .1>, nms. 'J'rlpaIBbrking, Steel Traps, raw Assorted Siuttw, Nutmegs, Cloves, ,
.. tin Screws :Ac. "I t Bucks Mortars Ball Twine r'aucctfa.. HUNUHIES.. J
Jassia.. &
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Salt Flour I'otk
Core, Lard Gutteraiidmck'ert.
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"i> < t JII. & CAlUL, A I : ."''''I! ".I' f Assorted fatal B.>wl B. H. CARR. Salt Pork, Lard: DuttcrCacken; ,
Ieebtary, 1..1 .1// ;. ''if' j r I An II .. ::nR B. f:.'CARR.
: ItI '/II -.u : I EJICiKP.J Feb.: 1G, lOG;- B. K.: Can. 4.:'
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.fit.Juistit; -THE ENEMIES O.' '\.' ,H>n aud exhortations front her The Republican leaders say that Mr ed.. J 1 ..

-ST.i- -A'- ELORI I DA, I ,OI'Thi w .: would-be leader* .to adjust ser t i they demand of the South "guarani The following i l i

%'TI1. ...*..t. 1'R 7.Uftfe That Jicat4lr'or ) abdlub.i'Soa.flleD Patrick I I tees for the future." stitute submitted; ky S-
rx. staunch piD ) tljUudercd forth his glorious i The South defeated the civil
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-1 1Ik"- ....-J.tl- right, the Macoa (Ga..) Tttryroyk t gahst British oppression, and war, has thrown down her arms. ,'man j., ,

. servke J; kM to the Presbyterian contains in a late number, nudes i ;u'too his countrymen to stand by i She has abandoned secession. for rorIr.Skr"3 tl

jchnrch! every Fun
ten .,j,a1.. and at half pat:even P. M cal the clai I > c A and kinds of. cuetiie a in history. the name of the She takes the oath to support-- the ed _the_ Senate on Sunda 1 nia-
Ftrmyn an eurdialry larked ttrattre4'y rpirit who fttleal the ;match I: Constitution. A BUS TO rsoriDB rOB TBBVOBBssTcoTiasxtSBor Una.

.., ------- .---- -. -- of the South, and after Jl I *s or,\ur took his scat and preached She agrtw to stand by the United fat Alan ..
)1---We congratulate the'' conge iLcntiunitip the ..LOi>ts of fanaticism 'on prudence 'and the hor; 'I States'debt 1a good faith/and to pay VhereM,_NolegU shale cortadeqnat ,.nu....,.

jatiotiof tne-rre byterian Churchou afiial apiarectly with all the I vt war ? her full share of it. protection fat Gin .r
C llcaviu knows we ,are tirtd.CD- She repudiate the/Confederate now eii,.. lo the rebel $wn* twpny
their late Fair. heU takes tvther tizswt r
at TheyMearcaover ,,f' (
I lair WWW up' 1a of strife, that we )log lor and debt and all debts contracted by her in Carolina Bomb Carelhsw
fire hundrcd.dollars. hem, and say: AUbaaa,Louuuaa,JHori-. :rw..i i
for and the aid of the civil
sigh peace re-natun war. "
.. Arkansas and .hertu it L
r will the *'Thesare"atltio her own bosor all our people in fraternal harmo She agrees to standby the Union that and toed order.fcoil aee
Neiieek begin
riart we, peace ..
, .,JJ ,hear r. of her fate and ;. ; but the uuth has made all the Can any honorable man ask more forced in said State until lojal aad >
publication of the report of S. C. Os. io all that euuctrn her rights hi I to secure tho boon that she ether than this? publican Stat governments cube leeJfe ho

BOB*, Sub. Aaa. Com. B. R. 'F. >ouor. We have no reference I When the issue comes I, But she don't allow her negroes to established; therefore '
concerning the country bordering on that miserable corjioral'i guard I a selfish and infuriated mi vote. Nor does Connecticut. Nor States De It enacted *e.. into That 'saU TO4
shall be divided
lqgijll nicr and Halifax.it degraded wretches and moral bankupts I shall destroy every vestige of do. twenty other States North and tricta, and mad subject to military the Buiharr..

J'--:' .. who during the late war,.. liberty, and, .overthrowing \\ authority the Called State,u .....
( ?*)An election waa held last (runs one side to the other, as hotter.est Constitution and government of She treats the negroes badly." after prescribed and far. that '

'Monday' for four additional Alder. might dictate, and an now father, erect a military despo In what respect f She has made Virginia shall eonstitnf'taVfiiQ lirtfi *

gentlemen Washington, Aftdug over the American people, we them free, They may go and come North Carolina sad .Sooth Careliaa tha
second district
{ following were ; Georgia Alabama
mendicants, on crwnll'ro it boldly that should the patriots as white men and come and they %|
go ; Florida the third distiicts MhsiesipylsaArkaaaa .
elected John Lott J. C.
Phillips, Radial table, and doing. the North organize for resistance arc urged to work, with good wages the fourth district sad>.j'tnna .
r'mira, D. A. Dolka sand Ignacio wurk of heir masters with 'th(1io I supply us with the meanswe offered to them. Manrofthem refuse and Texas the nfih.iUstrieV, riff

&. of final reward in the abasement I not fc.il to our fellow- to work, and lie idle and_Dissolute SBC. 2. That U siaUbe lie JTVriu. ..
,.... I .. their lc urge '" TfttstaiMto sssfgvta tbf trtntiiM Keach ..
1 iegredation own pcoj> I of to fly to a Burden; upon NOlet,. of said districts an facer of lha ,
If/iir'The Band 'DOWI'favours us have nothing to say of there, iur rescue, and as one man rally to The stories about the bad treatment army not below the nak of I trig p

.''with music on the-pUxa, every eve- 'have not the dignity to secure Republican standard. I of the blacks at the South are general and to detail n sufficient .dIta,

, aing, between ire and six o'clock.The tempt, much less acrious consideration Nor will it be a tbrlon hope to false-they are told by melieious persons lore to cnabl aoca....,.. pti....kit
arum Southern men. shall invite the of who desire make trouble. duties and enforce kin authority wkak
Is there tor BO we people "
day .
scene quite the district to hkhb* Is assigned,
\Ve have particular contrabands from the South
South. The Seven
gTC:1tUltricaO SI '. S. That U shall bo the? duty of
smallla-glue this the crowds '
a* ; two claaaes of people, whoue ( : ; the preponderance physical were more inhumanly treated hero each officer awigned aa aforesaid t* pro

"I ir women andy brave. men," the we regard as matt injuriouji upon are on the side of the Govern- 1 in Connecticut,during the late severe teems persons in their rights of'person.

sunset, tie music,the soft air, make future prospects rs a cumtuunity.The of Washington, and they are snow storm, and in Hartford county, and property to supper tasamctioBi
the hotrrss; pleasant af start be. : first consists of there who are to triumph in a congest with too, than they were ever treated disorder aDd violence and tofvaisk-or
be all disturbers of tie
I' .. nature averse to strife,or have In aud traitors." while they were in the South. caws pttbli t* and criminals and to this rend

Iir During the past week the pecuniary[ interests; to subterre, \\ *s have copied nearly the whole The Southern )*ople, stripped of ho peace may allow local ciTU.tii7waaJs.totakejttrisUMtion

weather has, been delightful, the who, to calm their fears and this article,nays the Union because j their property except the boil on of and try offtadcrs or ,
Th between their dollars, would welcome had purpled to write just some t which they reside, are doing all they when la his judgment it may be rweetttrj.
erioos E
ranging eighty amount of moral degradation .n for the trial of offenders h* aaafl bus
: sentiments, and finding them to can for themselves and the treed negroes
and eigbtjt&Te+ degrees Fahr. 'Invalids political[ servitude that may be and better, and stronger enun .they urge the negroes to power tribunals to orgaaixo fir that military pnrpt iomailnfsiuior cad afl.fsterfcrenc ..

however, should not be tempted posed[ on their couutrjwto. The & than we could proclaim them, work-they spare no efforts to get *under color of Bats aathorky. ;

. by.t$ to for .for moro northerly ire "fucral11IDeD advanced in ) repeat, and endorse every word ol" the land under cultivation, and to a with the eiercis of mlliury"awkalmy.
latitude fcr base cool weather and who wish to spend the decline considerable decree they are sue- .ales llaia act shall be tult sd teid'kStn. \
; may .....
Last ycar'tltose' life hatnn'luilits and re1M.hw'ur u> It Is for LIUCRTT that we have reeding; but 'heir greatest drawbackis 4. Thai all pra p4
nacre arrest bj virtue of this act shad
yetfOTjt tllUary
?: who teat everything by the llrl'M: I'tru-k.-the. Liberty Kcu'red i is the ibVolute refusal of. a part of L*tried without uaaecfMary del..*, tart
who left in found when
May, they effect the omtuibt ut : constitutions venerated and b- the lab.. these
:. upon << negroes tu r, though a*cruel or unosatl Uitt&.1a.11(AswlT ..
reached. +few 'York, that it was puree[ ;. ;Wo vintiiud that \n t.... For that we drew our iirgrots; have not alDol'Ml of food or a (tided ; and ao aatea of any Bd8larcucanuMioa

du fcM; is/| ;.jit j&lllV. ,thatoften tbvuld control in the prcscut /' \\.. and sought to save it where I I.rd I i n,g ot clothing; except .what is or tri_"' hervbj outhorissatfrctiog
tjie winter tr.&.'. Old uivii will outs din lelleved it could best be. furtiifhed. them by their late masters the lite or UUny .i say persca
all, jjwJ results if a executed
sballU! ualUit to sppeured kf
)pawavay: while tLc yuuug lAud t ,11 where we believed we atcun..t'l I ur the JouruLiet.t of the L'uitedFUitr the uficer in cvuuuaatl uf tbsot.attict.aad
raidenee at tl9.
;' aro din u;.;t-U are t r be k.t to bear ;;ht to carry it. For that *. '.hem are the negroes, lately tLeUws aM reguLlio&s tor the givers
too early departure for the ufu their ahvul'ters, touufcl I free th. abtsed.iiut ...-.. sued i '
couutrjf ;,:sr. ii iieul "nlll'tJu.c. our I H-: -t are went rt tt M4 Jke *3Ut< f
North. ItworJdbeweJI; f list the 1&u.4 oi't.e! wisuo u r !! t.ii M lust Ur .i tLc: ,
'r ;: sup C'J'US to UKeupuruia, and fur tht I what :Uars.ntCv4 fur the futut'j"are a. ixctpc ) BUJFCMSt
... ... ...
if: the .i invaj! Qd fir tat =I we to have! er lre..i.*jh T.at|>r\rt when iui tie Pfor-e-ol

1 place, to remain; during. th ..uuutr.1 eta;c. li U lor lire hviu j "or. i ...In'i. uMiotthe t'utos of, the i nittt :is I if no./< rte ,upon the Smth the on*<4a4 Witt r.oel :"taI".... Cite 1511511a say i

fur jiottci'itv chat tic arc now c t..""-*, uutler the <,"u..tlt u:iha"t' "A.i.ci.tit..eii; vrhieh) jn.viui* igr/ ctM.. ,ta'den ut guteruat ;at in .tat"'l
Thaa -lb.J.t.r U luvo Ltn
: en to art, and ut tau mtu: "fa:) uu.,1 ap.iu cull loitu tLuLuilo nai- i I I tnr! liULiiiuti'in. will that be a ....Iu tan t ",""1.0. '" lMru".a : .uI.
much benefited, the tempvraturo it uutiiig away aar.J vull Dot Lu !sere i.CI't oi'i.. hundred fl ltll, cut ''I |:U..ral.tec ? h't, tf WUat? Of .. rdioft-, lnuu4l>j a ca.rta4.pof

alt4le-Rein>> ;(tempcred" by the tea I I'tt. 1 ;;iU4uld Lurvot of tut- IK.\ tLcu i a'!} to the alt; :;. tt t.te l-en :, Iri. u o: flat<< t utj>vlMr jiars *
birectes lot tllft Tberu they ate K wiug. 'j"heir iuvtivu the North uhuhaictlcprctiieuct! u'veucprive them of repr&cutatiou .. ..
; summer m.t- i ..I' ."L of .I..dcn "" .r. sr pear
'rx"hed'UiDct.a Fahr., but tlutld\d of tiiw purest, & uu we IUlllIJU ace and the courage to pursue the !t vhich the C.'I..titutiub ",;uarantci ,. cvuuitica. who have Leaf rwouvkiiu
j ftcr ;, '
i DI auL UJMIU them-but we!11'JU: ) way which reason points out as I I t., theui, will that tnaku them hid I..t.use led i'rC'Ii"w+I:to day
tlDOf. '. bear m mitia that rlie'road of 1* ( Luje of the salvation ot the Lib- ': tri nJ. oi the Uui o ? Is this thv .f sues clecttvo, except .i..b ... uai bar
," iutuut.ous. di.lranflu1 ed tor lwrtiupol.wa. du ,...
tiou"is with
pared of the their of
ij'i.b Everybody knows : a r.LetL ..I.r teUnjr. it :ewtwa'hRand
Nor can mean avarice be allowed who doubts is damned and iu which uot .
4 o'I9ctorI important government they "are ..... sucta cviixauliwa ...eUtpMsd0
a.very personie dictate when the liberties via who would dally when his Liber-I allowed to participate: i .r' that the elertit fnuwhU*ahafl U alley
iato jts'alL What 'could we duI people now ou the biutc,and miiUi- and the Liberties and Hope of 'II.c113\'e done all that a defeated N bj all such persona ..haTthaojiuJi->

wlthbal Jua.T I Hfi brings us into'this yet unborn, are at ktuke. country are emperital, is a das pcorde could honorably do. hut tbet.lJicals cal uDa herein aUte4 lor eJec&iea,1 delegate .
wfcrW-a; .d_"Mi;b keep"us as long The other cla 4-and we I. persist in mating war upon ; sal when a majority such conjtittition'ct the akaUtraUfte4by

in$ .wTbe, paf*,aai ,a* dun4ei.iem g u our that it is a"very sjualj;pue-ale Ir there be virtue and courage, I them-iu reconstructing them, in on the questMta tit valiacaUon prnoMVwttag orb
'1 W..CWJ ,uetlbe iiI wont of them out ruativo and to holy patriotism enough among taxing them, but allowing them noifpre are qualified M elector f.delcfates
manor born,'* and who have people of the North to strike for !vutatiou; and they proprwe to and when such conatittttion abali hero
;. I witUutt &Wage and last hour, drawn their inapiratlouetrim cmperiled liberties, let them not break up their State governments, been subtniued,. Congrcso for eU.... -

which wHT' aNae1 to ui all,, when we era dt.'CcI.lind traditions : we deceived: nor fear fur the men of I andput; them into the minds of the tioa ao4 apprwtal, and C nfres \aba4.
hat apprvToJ the sane and when a Utttato.
mufti'leare'this world and go into the to those jourua1i of the South \ fc'uutU. One blast of theirs, fruw ncgrocAnd this is tobe the bj a vat* of LegsJaturt; ektteA.

next; When. ,wo are,well,we perhaps are ever rewinding our people \: .../. bugle, would start from t buastedguarantec. Ot'what?-hate, under said confutation,aba))hare 4 fte4
their weakness and couufciliug palace and hovel, and from amid the vengeance, enmity. The guarantee the amendment to the Constitution ot the
j, think,little about tho doctor, or we to submit without murmur to .. BUiouldcrjn tai s of their once pros I for the safety of our Union is in fatted butea proior4 bj IS. Ttinj-

I have oar waall. joke at him and his additional indignity and wrong Wt and happy homes,all over the I peace, friendship, mutual confidence, and&iD&1I when Congress said,ankl sad knows ahail ss bats ankle beooa IL..

aal 1nggoRrvpggith bo heaped them.- a half million gallant fight I equality in representation, and the
odrWdh q\ may upon a pan .1 the COnatitatil S ,*f |... Cak* ; tha't'.onderM tabtrnacfeio ungratefully depreciate every 0.0Pluot \ ing men who understand their rights i equality of the States and in this States, said Stat* shall b* declare a.>

'Which oer eoaV dwells-let any elitt'WBeels of our friends at the ; "knowing.DARE maintain them," only.-J/art/brd. TimetWASHINGTON titled to representation in Congress, pi
that look to resistance to ". by stalwart: blows beneath their cuun- .. .. Senators and Repmaatatlrtsr .hl1'W
go,wrong-then off wd fly and usurpation, and openly tell try's' flag as it is, and for the preservation Feb. 21.-The admitted therefrom on their.U&I taluaf th*
oath law then and
11. If mother tuinks her prescribed by ,
I. to : that inaugural awn.w our \ : of their country as ita foun House bill authorizing a submarine thereafter punting sections of this
husbwd or,child,dying, tow slo,tuna and in dclcuse of the Couktitutiun ,. designed it should be. "Anatha, St. Louis act shall lie iaopenUTia said titati. -?
to hja s.d,largos him with her'tears* !! our fathers when they may, t .Maranatha,"be.' the abiect wretch bridge at was passed 95 Sac,9eamafwof aa ammdmeatJu.lho
lteuibo watebeehis heeand fellow need look to us for no assisieucc, who would to' foumj halting and to G3. The bill authorizes & issue Senator Dooliul tiflf.,4ecij1 aI the
.1 it themselves uch time 'and In such of death sentence ihaQ not b*czecnted without
must fight out wanting a $100,000,000 legal'teadm to redeem
\to ihe the approval ef 'PrvaUeat of the
searctoBgieye'ts- exasuftes
and alone. Not content with I cause. The American Constitutional the compound Interests cote United 8...
dear fe&trer;ho'w sift'woti to-day
Ko, tHflkju what, would fM" give 1o, people groan, tttet are continual! though it costs oceans more of blood To Out STABT.-If woo wouU'swfea
know what he knows?b.owlho wetrtes .assuring our enemies that then is worlds of treasure. It is :- bill aa amended by the House; upon the lid* of fortune nboldt1 jwmlf
that tide;and stake U bon
and that by a vote of:29 to 7 upon
resistance in us, we are The star of Hop still lingering in the yeas nays.Mr. "
for his visit!ho;cheerful word from that you ar a!iTfn ,breathing,aaunattd,,
for amount of degradation West Johnson of Maryland and
: him makes! her heart leap with joy, any ; intelligent being bold capable and eipertla
wrong that nay be heaped upon The Loj* of Liberty, the tasr THE BEST other Democrats in the Senate Toted your profession'and teats this lenoa;
and gives her spirit and strength to, thus i to further that the .to .1iJaIut.- to'
ritufthwiu upprsiun. It taunt not set upon her darkened shore : fur the bill u it stands way "get n
follow the adrlc and ef sUtaa
iie *
watch over bed of distress llci What a despicable czperirac
j And ;lope and Freedom light up earth
The measure has been adopted by successful van who bate pt.bJoftloa.
'' heroine under ** ;
whola iota .cut to him in ,unvpeakablo ''race must 'wo no more.
J i by advertising KbersDj.PaoviDixo .:
vote of both Houses
tbete.0 so as
tcaehinp as were ou : strong .. '. .
gratitude wGen he bringi I '
taught 111 a noble ancestry that \\ Watchman, what of the night T' to leave no, hope of the interposition FOR' WotXDip' our
11 back to her Frow the power of th e I was preferable to slavery-that \ I All is dark and startling sound are of the Presidents seta_ Dtuu.-The ArlansaaLegisluarehas !
\ grave .h. btl" ed,or ::4arlyig,'child, death was as nothing when wci l heard rolling through, the gloom ot .. passed over the Governors volta

:l Tie| .doctor""t knpjrs: many of ou,se. in the baliucc with, degradation i! the night of our adve sity, that tells t I While reviewing the Louisiana bill providing relief:lor the femiHea -

l"rctJ"ofo sorrows, which DO ODe, dahonor. I of decewcd BoKlien -and-for;
the :i
'i t of a grand TCMM.E falling- bill on Saturday night, Mr. Doolittle 'aH-
Has the spirit .thomj noble wounded bpd IdiUJItC 1 bUleri,7
1 chef Vbowsj gone_of ,ourfsinpcrhaps temple which our father built and KiM its title should be amended
{ so as
I fnre\t-r ? Wu trust \ iniiy saekj &Ii
ilojiartcd ;; I providing | &bf; .fvr
,wMch'tlie; |great find alone tUtHow I vi-t. it ii>ju>t such I ti':ivhiti;; as which the paraeidal handsr.f some <,f''I 1 o read, not to restore civil government are maiuied and not i provlaeil',fwr by

1" Lll. mtt. ; many livf.i and hrartnHt sir have ivIVruU tu il.!.divtrojir < their sons have, undermined and are but tit organize hell iu the the United StaKf '.t. '

I )I.hlt.' .'\ ,,:--. 'hash an''.l iii' .].Lit"-', fiirit. miih" alii! rliiv: Irlc 1Kti about to lay in ruin J i i State of I/.uisiana. t :.e. ITo .

hautt-V" o3oit M-O ho i is a wry imlrtant ,, ILud l redact thcui'to the t' nalitiott .. form an estimate t>f the:beauty
: natlsE.-I'rtnlice oftbe LonbviH t I' of a bonnet face in it. ,i. *
\ ho and err-. leaven deliver the : put a ;, >
: prsnp, | I Jwunul. tenders this a>Uii W the public: I| No matter how well the gambleri
'ftI$1e the I them iu her ; The rich man who,wHl'M a'D&M"one
should u't our best to mUltI nau jnttut "deter luy povl* cT llius .l.e d,in'la
;I: othl t'eudto *V* our duty to! hitti I trial !.She has,* already eu uJ.b.t iTrrtiie. They
clad tOtflfr.elrh. cru'h her to the earth, without have= 10'.0 dtur." lie dies with awful throes. wood, deserves a cord of hemp. '


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:I't. i .erI l e ;RIOEIVEtl. .: r x c CHAN- B: ii: Notice. LECTURE. : ''I.
4 '
...1 ...%*tb d ; = I .1 '
q Y a'S.-\.t .Fi., ; week's fruw date I win apply te '
of Mr4.r.1 fa 1 COMPANY. YOUNG IEN.
If liter? fit* ....all flitbtt .PJ'OJAtN by the lion. SIX .Judge elf the Prwbate Court.. Si; TO *

\ riaatUi tft 1 ..... t.Court;ctChsneery ots t tf ate of t EXPR" F..WARBEN.I Johns County for Letters of Administration Jest Pcuasiub, u Aiuix>.5.viiera

'j; ...+ the.. It ,t I ..13ICEIfaotth.t3tooklsTrade.WtlsuMerohandlae>> llFFICBATBRAVO ''euls-lestamento annexe" on thee Pats a six tsars
"liU..td &ia the tylof Jfewttrasty I.... and Effects, tate ofAun lluilbi-ttlateof said Oiuniy
)/Mtf'at;. If CU' ,.. II- thip :hrrttofor exbting DUNHAM'S. deceased Lecture on the Nature, Treatment
1Bg6."laid W j betwss .A.; polaa and: John U. JAMES HURLBERT.HI. A and Radical Cure of spermatorrheea,
\oaW.. twithost{ ***. :Btknaey,nadir the name style and firm St. <<:h Ol'go Stieet., .. A IIp..la....J an. Jf1. 1K7. vr MmiaalVetikDbI, Involuntary Emissions
la.of af Iklaa SUckMT ia the City of St.AicaaUae KECK1VI-: AND Jb'Oll- ----- t scans) Debility, and Impedimenta I
eIoIiel..I delta'' bdrownlaag r general deadens 1tl sad .a- Notice.QIX to Marriage generally. .Nervousness, i
or other ae **, where ftcr j der the order efaaM Court will sell at \VA11D, week's after date I will Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits; Mend
vat cot tte vfctfcer '' oof there i Petite Anetlea for'C.ASH'allthv mtdFtork iloa! with rerpmeaibtefaprss A the IIouvr.ble tbs 41r apply i'robateof and Physical incapacity, resulting front '

hid bee foals$ay. i 'Only thirty. ..Trade goods,wine, atercbaadise andefefes Eronn.niN.. Gold $ilverj Currency HI. John's County for Judge Loiters of Ad setf-Abuee. c.-b/ ROBERT. J. CULVERWELL -
I ea Thursday the 7th day of Marchproihse and Freight .vf every ! m n
/tofti *were arrested for taesscnncxtGdtta .
at the Stores lately occupied by clt"lC:1'IJ41uDolur all lade of the United Hook &c.
oo the estate of Hannah J.akeilaL,orHII .
I *aftha boertatt thea 1 as their place of bva nee. The salelebffiaatlOe'tleckA. Stiles I John's decvawd.' The wurld-rtnowned author in tab
+hetr OD111J\.eea eon gloss (NYert<1.r M.ALEXASLEll Through receipts given a'l| Insurance I County H. HT. UEOUQE RfMIERS. admirable Lecture clearly proves from

4tWi'*'fet u>committed MAGRCDER, effected when desired.C. S'. Augustine January 1U, IbU;. his own experience that the awful consequences ,
.Itt. pmta.. ? At" kb"dlaeteen Iteftl,,,. ., M. IJRAVO.. of s.df AWs may be effectually t '
; St,AttftttOae, removed without medicine, and without
X10 be.trl Thatlstosty \ "cllr"Fb... f r15, 1H67.llECEITERJi Agent. Notice..
dangerous surgical
Auguaiiae, Feb 29, JlG7.BRAVO .
oft berpetrswri of clear Lend, :NOTICE.it. gi. week's after date I will apply to instruments rings, er cordials poktiag

naetaittalub. >V .boaWi. {a New 1L pmwa indebted to Doltn A Stick- I fc DUNHAM SIX.Judge of the Probate Court for out a mod of cure at once certain and
Letters Administration the !:at&teof effectual which sufferer, no
yaat' WtI 1ft! cent It late 8 Uers end dealers on by every
Ian general
air ,
Amelia 1'errault lat. of said deceased what his condition be,
County matter stay nay
tuke 1)EALEU8IN
act arteded.'i d/o t elghtr'per .w Immediate payment to me, the and radically.
cure himself cheaply privately,
csL *""W 114d'STALT .1 BeeeSver appolatcd by the R orah1.Cout.ot A* II. DEUFOSSE.fit. '1HI8 LECTURE WILL PROVE
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Chaactry of the State of Florida
I. ; DRY
aad those having demands 'W'tbtlll GOODS, Aujuttlne,January 10,ltiGtiNotice. A BOON TO THOUSANDS THOU
no SANDS. .

.c1ed 1 tJ'7J t;. ...&he wffl, t teseat,ALEXANDER the sane MAOR0PER v, Clothing, Hats, :Boots, I plain Sent sealed under envelope seal, ,to on any the address receipt ef la six a

.6eatlaet : ]R St;AIIpftJat. Feb 23 18G7. \ ,and Shoes: SIX months after date I will apply to cents, or two postage stamps Als* Dr.Culverwell's .
Judge of the Probate Court of "Martiage Guide" price 25
-=' :;= DiDtolution of Pa tneihiip. tom., &c., &c. bt. John's County for Letters dismissary cents Address the publishes, .
\ "t SI. AtttiMtiBe Fla.Aug. from the Administration of the Estate of
bI.'IIIU I D I ..'gem. : 11. ly Stephen Marten late of said County'deceased. CHA8.C. KUHE COM

e hcat II yobars u4 stn f/ mall J..m. Bbflcs that thafortaer- \, EDWARD MARTEN 127 Bowery New York,
"1lrior'.101I', 'e. heretofore. :
-L uhlp existing betweenOeeQreeao .B.oUSOVST.
Magnolia AII 11I1"rator.St. Pod Ofice Box 4,586.
11 !tbrIIeJeln to bay ,band l you ; sad <3. J. Montgomery Is AUGUSTINE. Aup JD.Oct. Gab 1l Gal. Gm. St. Augustine Oct. :hl. IbtM. 1,.
cuBot tell whether joa hate .any disotvrd.' All persons, Indebted te the .
firm. vflUplesM make Immediate, M well known House which has
:W.Itorao&bI best "tk ,fsrm-
..Own. Oreeae sad an persons wing TIIIJJ entirely renovated and partly' virtue of aa Order ef Sale granted
dwlW," ....t.; a Bpatia6 BY the Probate Court ef St. Johns
cleiauegalaat the arm 'will present theaims offers Inducements
rciurnished ,now greater hereby given that four weeks after
'. People here sis sefioaaly te him for payment. IB the date hereof will to theuJge \NUDtl.I.m sell at Public Auction on
rexnijCTallEg to (the. fiaetbra GREEXO ft; MONTGOMERY. To PtiMto I ,, of I'robate for Volusia apply County for the uitJa tar of February 1867 betweenthe
hours of 12 O.CJockDUOII.1 o'clockP.
States, tad by ne$ $f ritg pile March, Sad' 1807. j who visit the "Ancient City," for health leare to sell the real estate, belonging .to )J.lDfroatolth.CoartIJ0UM1a&Ja.t'it7Dt8t.
number will start" the estate of John D. llubbard iata of
A / .
A GAUD.A or pleasure than any>ther in East Florida Volusia County deceased.MAUTIUE.UCBBARD. Angustke the following: Bat& &ebeloD&fDlto
about San well the estate of biefhea Martin
having f ooss ventilated
'itFi ilolr'ofSrittr aU PWc large and choice supply of, family I deceased.
V>VV I and.warm,tad over. three, hundred
aJftlf! rtMited frota Hadri tiat the ,>X .grooejiea will continue to bt kept at feet of WIL Administratrix... 2 Lots of land coatabing. 80 acres la
Dabs SjQa ochees of"MpptPcmitTEft the U 1t& 41. We do not blend to Utmd&rutdbysiiyone. The Proprietor Is of old standing as aa February, 0, JW57.-' township 7. B !8,Sand .B fa. See. T,..K*of

tcea ordered by <& Qaeeo'tolean Persons desirous Hotel keener, knows the wants of his 8. Wl- :
; of saving five per eeaL CaD do so.by making guests, and pledges himself to give his Fresh Groceries Also that certain parcel of lsad grated
before Uw of the
Spain (;end ) .'.. .their- purchases of us.OEOROE. undivided attention to their comfort. Schooner'Mosc Waring die to JOlt r.pl, lying N. Eo ef six oil
t IDODtIa} ...41 'S Uo we OREEStf; :, His Table shall not be surpassed by now Creek in bu .John County containingone
Ii_that their r yL h ghDeasea are 1letick,'w 1887. any in this country. charging, 12 days from Kew 'York hundred acres bounded as follows

\ J A GOOD us a or COACHES is scow annrixoraoa Now being received in prime orderat being the point oa the East line of said
I' !
'TEey: aerafterlire) n Richmond.wear Real ,Estate ,Au4tion- riooiuTA TO mis mca., Reduced price bjr the Package Pap;'. tract where the pine and swamp

Jft4e! lubella'baabodtanaeoftbe Horses fur riding and boats fur sailing also at RetaiL Fanuiics can be sup Und divides and running thence North to
Ooeee $f and "Broker. can be had at any time. at small advance from trade the N r comer ef said tract of.land;
W fir tMehlliana of plied
JNU.. UUFF1NGTOX thence West to the Buckley tract, then
lukiatd"tb I'Dft OwI'ber Iui.pirtW1i TUB Uh'DEIlS'ONED WILL Proprietor. ,Now ready. South to tic line dividing the pint and

,by i tri\.IDI the princes. attend ion to at. .\u lIth t'. Fla.. An*.. II, 18GU.FLOlJjDAHOOSE. 3U BUs aborted Crackers lOBhla. swamp land to the beginning;andtte ia
.!J' ILfmfi, f pay jurticnlar I Lard 30 KcgH Butter, lU Boxes Sec. U aad 7 TTRa ,,.i ,.. -

tPoei'ng PAUli .R -.no.- ADMLN18TIUTOIISEXKOIT. : Ckuo, 4U( Boxes Herring, ''5 Boxes8uep Also an uodlvIdcdinterest la tract to Edwin oflandaoldbyEmasnDlXrespo

Ui st4t 4that the eotkn.eiJerel: by T01W,* GUAHDIAN AX1) N1': ALWLfTl E FLA. 50Keg( ."ui""", lU half Kegs and Stephen Martin u tenants ia common

a..1 &tl\ttar. of the Tn airary;:. M toMitW TIU'S EES' SAIJ-: ; : nnUi nJJ! ml ...,.0; taken the l'uwter.IU itaLf shot, 60 Cues K. known and distinguished by the Government
the. Paris Kx Mttiott hare TIIK LUla1.h OiftJli. 1ra.this Oil, 30 Bbb QJ..rtcd Sugar,15 Sacks Survey aa a donation by tae

beta dvjfpieted.l the 1'hiiadolpbia t ? A.atI.1U bay end edl KK.\L l:" TATR cu/, iiiuoM' ti.ui.iC bji cue rants with entire Salt, 2 Bbl VrerI'IC1I, 60 Jib!. Spanish Government to said Crap lying;*

I tai-it. 't hey cuuslut 1*' mte in duj H. when rrqnlrm IOI:o rot amt win sttenl to I iicw >>.rtiilL.v't .aVie nao4 ctAi{>1eleuiuiucr PLtuting i'otati'es, lu tibia Unions, and being in St John's County taking
...Ju! *&..I&.I'400 kivt It, prvneniIw 2 ibis Jfcatu 20 Jteuuui write portions ef and lying and being la See
""% feieh or tbe c i.ns of thee ales Ia any part of Ft, JohM. n's t'omi7. Dg lions 14, 15, .2 ana 23,making one ouar-
nickel sad 11. Ak Ii4l iMxer*, :bv CUOVCDII-UCC l'ai'cr, 3 lib!. Syrup, 12 Nests Pails, each Section particularly
+& tlj-:5jolJ, silver, DRKU. Mild fO:..r.'.it t f n .:.ft-v'.*>J l.otuL ter of nor
1.1.*....,: l e fiord ewiasj tra'deahltf .L....: 1" .i I lJ.liu.rd faluai! ran be tuunl In the 25 Bus hrouias. u Ncata Tuba, 3 described ia a plot and certificate of the f
-lIlhe. ;
t; 1.tIf'e.gI. BaJf-efljrh; i,ithrtt ]....:sktwoatid44 alf tadofie"I doll FOJISALE.rTIIE tlal'.cs vrHtl.tuiilBiit I:..... "bo UtMiv to Lunt. Lo.ta for
l JI1 The aUrer coins are ah1td Chocolate, lU Bags' Coffee 2 Casts EDWIN MARTIN, .
tl .. iluE. on irtefV"nf"'Ttr ...CU.... tract" of land frown as 'Shell Ailing parties will mill lit alwajri Ui tovniake at rwuiuanJ.Xocfi tie. Tobacco, 3 Casca Matches 4 Cases Administrator. ;
I BJI1I', CItI the Earl bank of the rt pared
Milk Coils. Bbl! Untied
2 1
.L.lrd1ID tlarje, "p1e0Cl0 5orth'ltlerten nlleii fmm SC Augus- house aoetpubl in every particular to Hope, St. Augustine Jan. 20,1867.
; le' ." Sr9 p:4 three cent lice, cootamla.1GO acres. all who iu*j |'&truuize it.Addreu Oil, 1 Bbl Turiwutinc, 15 Kegs .
Y!OMfJAlklMl0! \ 4t0: aid one H. SUA*. until the 10th October theunderolpeI.t White Lead 1 Bbl Copperas, 1 Bbl CONFECTIONARY.Retail : .
ccef lea SSe lBOT.-. New llartn Conn.,Drawer Chrome Yellow. 16 Boxes Glaee,:'1
and Wholesale.
04).1" ." 41 ( otter tint. elate, at this Jl.Ie. Bbl Lamp Black 1 Bbl Chalk 1 Can
... J. II. 11EMER. Gum Almonds
..;; ".10. (A ..vi.... .... W... 1gxli C IT, FORSALE.. fit. Aegastlne,, Oct. Ob l&tttt.! ttUNION Varnish, 1 Can Castor Oil, Stick Candy Drops,Uock, Saga Candy Liquorice,;
J bciii ,
e id. 1'f;" fed FUJI bUs pan old Bourboa \nltk'1 HOUSE. Augustine, Feb. 2, 1867, Soda Cracks, Butter Crackers .
Crackers Pilot Bread
fma Uxbgtoa Ky. has been Bugar ,
:idtd Fro.. ?I ttttl 1i !a ,plat of over tea years Ia store. GREEN COVE Sl'KIXQ w. P. DOCKRAY.St. Hard Butter Crackers, Ginger Snaps,

a .1. Also a maD assortment farming uteasBs 'PJ.eKIBA. Boston Crackers Water Crackers'
cold, Ua 'ware, vaderdothinfr
; All n groeeriea Graham Crackers Crag
crockery, hardware, thread, needles, ,
a" 1'1,.. of the United states District Rice Urits Ilecker's Flour in
fllllB Baa
hating completed
: W brooms, Also. a Park Phsetoa.Apply ondenljtieJ ,
d..IitJFi.t: 11' t of te JOHN MAOUIRE JL her new and coounodioui House, bu \ for the Northern District of Buckwheat, Farina, Corn Starch,
,..... 'H, J1INL. Agent. now opened .U a tame to the public M livrida. Ar
.0 I 1.;. : United States sommisaioaer, and some Barley, Fla.aecdTapioca'Sago,
'. (." ... a- I'L",;',J.,". At lb. rssddeaty of W. fT. Taa Ness, A FIRST CLASS HOTEL. missioner the Acknowledgment and row hoot. l

t fy I .,North et tats fort. Putties, whether alone or accompanied proof of Deeds for the states of Massachusetts D. E. CAnil.
i1 ,pa &,ArtgnstIas' Feb.U. 2S4T bj their families seeking the mild and New York sew Jersey and St. Augustine Feb. 9,18U7.POWIERSUOTCAPSFLINTSI.
Denial climate of un
mfrurrts r umi ttthhlshose.
:; ) WAl6'ED.q will find all the o of Al'aUur the New York Board of Underwriters

tallow sad fat for which the and General Agent of the
; 0, HarW will h Id. high The rooms are large and airy and are United States Accidental Life Insurance LEAD, GUN TUBES Ac.
x4' : Aria
'' "uJT. hbsw eat JOHN :, carpeted, and the furniture new and com company of New York for the North
,I .1 triaJ at IttheWsIdeaeeef te W MAOl'lKE., jJete. The, Home'contain over fifty ern District of Florida Half Kegs Powder Quarter Kegs
W. Van
? \ Ness,
,JI' .t: ..- Kerta ef tie ,... rooms, On this East and South side Office In the court House. Powder Canister Rifle Powder,
,, wJ uL there are tea suits of rooms expraalj for Ageatl..ated. to whom liberal Commissions Powder Bnck Buck
.. ''' ; F'J.n $1. .hI e.Felt 23 18C1 lalam,.. will be paid. Sporting ,Sporting
Shot Assorted sixes Powder
%' 'I" TILL House U aituated within a few 'Sept. 2Uth ItMiU.. Gm ,
\ 1- Terj al Bgukrry, the'wo- hundred feet of the celebrated "WhiteSnlpherBprini" }Flasks Shot Bags, Gun Screws Ac.ic. .
ttw e oanactttc4.: ptatiaipQkbsjtaofnebp I'(formerly known u the Ix C.lcnrConTorTul ) B. E. CARlL

_, '' ptatnsii: is3ill JL ChallengTO; Magnolia tipring.)distant from Jackson [' EASTBBI Ciactrrr or FIOBUU, \ .'ebrwarr,9.1867.
1', S4 Wltal WCra rule about thirty nilm. All the Steamers \ 8r. Jones Co.aTratxuza*. 18ti7.J

Mad oter/_the. ati4j U'hrpoAt' I1* to ',: down Mop at the this riftr.1J1f1D11't'1DO'eci point. U they pas up and David R.TS.Dunham \>attachment CROCKERY& HARDWARE. .

serer Lbt ..L., ... from Ft. Augustine to Franklin Fmer. hardware Crockery, Wood-waro,
rei'llI the above House,'the patronage of tuy old TT appearing by affidarit In this action Tin-ware, Hollow-ware, Kettles,Pete,
Z friends Umpeetfolly solicitedaad that of that the said FraaUia Fraser Defen-
DUDI CHALLENGE any iident J. Shelf Goods, Fancy Goods, Stationary .
btatll I aa many new ontsi! aa may be pleased to rant resides without the limits of this
ego .f Ota EUte of Florida, le play m. a Paints& .
... a match game I&llisrds of 1.00J points, Call- on me. State. Notice la hereby given to him aa c.B.
Mrs. 8. A. EATON: E. CARR.
also to other who are or be ,
Dt t.I" :w He earoffis, ,ea a four pocket Pheua or persons nay
Kavaasgh Table for 91,000 aad- the St. AuCUS.Iae.Ju.: 6. 1M7.. interested in the subject matter or the St. Augustine, Feb. :, 18b.,
via PmMeal tar.
formtrly LIleob'A
champion cue of the fitate.Acy same to be and appear before the lIi.1Court
her,en4 I- .3 pet" t believed acceptance of the ehaltae i. be CROCKERY, IIAKDWAltE, upon the first day of the spring term SUNDRIES.

tttiu.,1firS oa' of* accoapa&ied by adepeaiiia the hands of WOODWAKK.:. thereof' fur 18C7, and then and thereplead
... .-. 'aldbtsltr bhlp J. L. NeOuffl.. of s forfeit of "' ,and Iron and This Sifter, Halters, demur or answer the Plaintiff Con, salt, Flour Pork Lard Dulleraad

'M&M !Jf"'D t the the.Batch dsu cf lobo aeeeptaare.GEa played. two weeks. from Brooms, Parlor latchCl. Tuba,1'aiK' declaration JOHN herein.C. BUFFI.\OTUN. Aug.crackers.11 R E. C.RIlSTATIONARY"

.. .. P. BARLOW.XsjTIlJTflsWTlit Bed Cord, Wash ltoarjs, Scrubbing Clerk of Circuit Court
f t' odent cfWiseomlsl .4 Fs\CM I Brushes, 1U>MJ llolliu; Pins, Hat for St.John's County .

"lIB", ... 'who 'isuxl ,Feb. 1E867., StOOD9 I Traps, Blackiug Uruslics, Mko fit Augustine,Dee. 7. Ifttf. to .Letter, Note and Foolscap'Paper whit* .

m. U lI far f;.York Jfew V r Traps, Blacking, Steel Traps Saw and yellow Envelopes Peas,lakaadlak, .
PiceUrCf fbe DRY ( 'lUUTtriao.l-aucvtU, PLOUGHS AND COltS MILLS. elands and playing cards

'''' m_+a and .laE TtCfiFCUERT. Drags and IfediclaesJt B11orool:,Bowk Gtrdcn Hoes.Coffee Mill*, Garden An? 11 DE CARS. ... ..1 I.FOR I

pie ,.., .t ao tad! Middle Hata, Gps Boots and Shoes. U. };. C.\1Ut. Rakes, Fry in" Tans Hinges, Plough 'l1

a.,..,.:. stSBBaUoo, fat 8TATIONERT.. I Voints, Iron KcttlesO\"ebl, Shovel SALE, OR RENT. 'V
4 .baa baea since Tees, 'l1al... 1I'ood.r.... Crockery, Sd11U1t1iN and Spades. .; ....'"' '
eqsle4 "Ms
known Ii. .
il alai tlardware, far alt bya. I'' The vacant lot e ;
;whea the couatry1 wss sauttca and L'AT. Sale l'ork.lArd. ButterCrackers. I D. E. C.\UIL. laiUtreaU"Aug. '. .;1

,4 :TwWa. torpor, before the drll war. fit Acgastlae, Aeg. U. 1806 -, B. Jo:. Carr. I February, 18GT. 11. B.. B.t C A .Is

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-: "AL FLHI .A. geeing. frum filly to uue Lun- 1' Sia;has far feu swamps than North SFRIXG., + Tnlaktlssldxov.Tlt: ...-

)Ir. tettiiTU 1 Gfutox J the dred deer. The Savatinss which WUcomin or "hd .,... The We heard, the othtrdaj.. for the t trtru loss! sat 6ntat x.ca...;.: 3

I. wri&jrTcf this letter, is a .VoVthern border opon the KverglaJe*and Iii country north of the U3deg. ,aced of first time,thb year, the'song of,the bt 1a-hr '

of teach oyesc !'':OJ are inundated daring the thy St-Jvho'a river, sad south cfI Cardinal Grasbeck anti thst of the fop!).. a*alit tits be teg-. I
le U
-map> a gentleman il a4W. '
intelligence, aDd great'' observation rainy season from an overflow from t j I the railroad U more thickly fettled prince of songsters, the mockingbird, r lnalh. ,'1 ,I It

: aa4HwhI"' nil statements maybe the ETerghd"&aJ .ii the rater than the part just described. Thereare which if all other sign Ailed, we t tad though witUa thole I3I, b,11!4, li II

: .reSe4' f&nu correct libltttcr f subsides, there b left a delru from quite a number of pbntations should! consider a sure indication of I n'l oace b\NaaN kI.itn_." .

,i', b addressed to the Governor and U ,; ooe-fourth to .> e-Lalf inch iu depth; uuder cultivation and woreattrutiuatea sprier The orange tree*are.putting vet stall die testa.ta.ei4sd .ems

,I\ r follows : 1 this proceM has !beer>> guiu? ou fur |.aid to agriculture. The bud are out their buds and the peach, pjam.yellow I Abtiu eu? f>ai.iTi.*j, art. .' !. .

J& .jKi&fy, D. S.I WatLtr, Got.: : vcttturies.and has proved one of the |: more rolling than the country farther jesamine and other, tied and tbtj ten BS af a krichur....

SIR:--Agreeably to,your request, richest Mill iu the world. The rich t I i' outh aud produce a fine quality off 'plants are ia full bloom. Abort_tat ours&j, ,

I 'twill undertake to blveyou'a description bulb which skirt the Savannas shun !jcea-i laud cotton, which is the princi :Many of our antiquated.looking Wht.jrittaa4 w.sae satr0 ,

the tide covered with! f I { kd. It houses .....jos.IaA.'u4ia; .,
of the Southern portion of Fierida mast are rot I pal crop n produces good .il11OOD be covered by a veil ("

through which I lure been travel ten litue.tone, and have mixed with. sugar and an excellent quality/ of ic- of verdure which will hide many Tht flower, that saaa ia :Ua toiij" ..'

ling ta ode last few mouths; its products I Ii I the vegetable matter to that extent, : bucv.Ilchua, Marion and ,lier- defects which are now, too apparent : iiQo> :riJittarU;artstnwa{ t*

i ib capabilities, and ,its n* I that the evil will' t3'cvtrsce a* soon a* naudo are all tine counties land for We hope;that cur friends, in the' interior .' ladbanf a tias caka for aia was Mst L,

....... 3ly iexaja.nit.ttns have it cumes in contact with acid*. Thee < farming purpose, aud hare many of the atate, will aroid paying Tbag.ep, art stir tw ewav' .-',

I.j' been confined, principally, to that Savannas are valuable! fur sugar plantation :'beautiful lakes.' The .country' ;cast .their doctors bills, this summer,;by A'fair'IL. J..4owu', ps 1trd bsI,, /

j I portion cf the State South :;of tho u the sugar cane requires a I ind'sinth of the St. John's.river, has spending it here. We have: food '"'tai 11&be.,=ardm's pride' '

.;rwiiadtomJaekrorirlle; to large percentage cf lime, aid .tho more swamp' than any':other,part "of hotel and those no prefer to board And .ka we ad them lsw44 .

: ;tC .fvejfj; and anon ,partjcabrJy' climate 9'nil J that the cane will tho 4 State through wJ ch we travelled. in private families,can be accommodated : Ur U_&h focal -}.:....,. I

not reuirc oftener than They are pnacipaUjcovered'tritb !: St. cfera r .
oath of the 28. deg. of latitude, planting cy Anguatine now 'Sb1..not abash oar Cad shore,
a 'which. IsaiahaeuQmiasta TropicalFlorida. once in ten. or. twdra .Te.&n. The pms d&d/gr 10.rbeiDg easy of accws greater attractions, as a place ot summer \\1aOldDto u JW$l.ea *

Palma Christi or Castor beau, is here from tbefSt. Jobui and. Indian river resort, than ani other locality in : Such p.dznonr.dtu&tll8lort. 1

Tab portion cf the State comprise* I perennial: and grown to be quite ft I f, *, are f U&L1e. There ire fine tb. '"tBI i'." "(. ... ::CIBathliig I FrM ki.bi4g44. meta aeatall46 ; rI

aD thuztaaurlt win tree. I saw quits a number as Urge !: bud* UJKJU; :UoliCa river and Mu- ,sailing, fishing etc.-good _+
., miles, ana a "'ropulitioo, preY"ow' to at peach ttw twenty feet high. 'I quite La jou, which at a torn cr schools and a promenade concert, &rn1'allt-at die, MssN.w....'

.We-\.t h...ar". ir ''a'baatt' Iiitthoti+ iJ .IU. j I Sea-I,laud cotton seem to be a pcren- I,I period here under cultivation; but three times week on the-'plaza, 'are > wn> llocas- cuD ,\:.Bpruelt

J habitants. The population f us tot nial in tbMV-etinu tf the Crate, and '' wcre/ab.i>lt ne l, during the Indian. among the attracticBs. ,Therefore GJo a.. NasbviUeTeIf ,

'f! materially diminished, ... t icre w, b i f a fi:1el;U31itl. The pure watcrj: ; :' war, by their owners. 1 think that I gijo i friends of the interkr,don't,chatter E IJ ;ilt. -

,i' quite tn ealgratiou,tending: o that the chaljbeate slid other luiotral 1 1IIriogt !;, jliere b no part of the South that of. b your chills or burn la, your fevers J K JJiwgsjn,

f 'direction, and: b.sufficient ahead foooapensate the magnificent beauty it* %r fence great inducvmeots tu the emi* but just slip over here 'and be. Jin KSaoeouker+ ,A' 'Daughter.USAnr9,N I.Filrosemaa .

:;. for ita losses .oc-.. ned seenery, the alalrity and equability! kraut as Florida. The salubrity and : happy, and healthy. H It Atae .. ,

: i by He war. About oiae-half; this cf'it* climate uu+male Diac.11cnt iieatthfulness of its climate,the equability : The' Catholic A ilirror. r contains a U B HtUnofli -

bay, at do d .tant day, tho revert of of its its acvtssi I UWWesselb, t*
i uliud of temperature, 4Buckinb
II i pap>flttionaideaponthe letter from the'Bight> K v. Dr. IA. .
'Wett and the the invalid the tourist and the I lover bility, the cheapness of ita lands, the : 5tattiV. 8t. AuroiOat.
Key neighboring keys I lay,bearer of the dispatches of the '
; 3In Aatron :Jaw
I f' lad island,. and are engaged ifl theta of adventure. The bay b filled with ease with which products can be Council of Baltimore to the Ptfpe MtaAmcroa" ..iota
turtle, and a variety of fish,'aud marketed inducements which *', ,
! green arc are '
beacfv7reckingandfishlog: while D Caaadfi
It b dated Borne, January Igth; LirIII toza, ,
i I', ft large proportion of the remaining indeed the entire coast of tropical not to be overlooktd by the emigrant; Dr. Lamy writes as follows : K Kelly,' ** >>v M .-

!; o&e-half are engaged in the raising olcattle. Florida b one iuinjcnjo fishery. At aud the bet hat tropical Florida. The holy Father was rejoiced E ACj )leR 1 0"t .'

( ; &td Lag sad the growing of Cbar/otte/ Harbor we found quite a the only portion of the United States and 'highly pleased with the tvunchf ; ohn, .FFLotrru \!

( crops_hitherto been neglected,and Dumber engaged in fishing with .u VcptibleanJ capable of producingthe iUluuiore, aDd aLto' to hear: many hoes--J. H. BZXBL
seines the raloe of the fi h fruits and particular I gavu hin"atrMhe+
,.. boar confined email i ; caoghtaversge plants of the WeilIndies
I' four church Lulled ti Wicks
I .n the Uieoo
prugre.s Cq
around *, per fur the reason needs onlj to Le made known,
, patches gardens the house eIJhis6u11La.u.os
tars; butlihat p.es J EJJarghaD, ".
.j (three'months) *ix hundred dlJ Lm. fur a ,cf. tbixoodtmea. l :,aDd rate hit gist tvr.aulatlun Mrs K ti i>u uiakeT.fc Daughur. *
1 f ati The raising of cattle np .u ,the : 1 duult if any &bcry pays better The rcvtiou, tea.ti$drat ciUjut to sup ia tLtf ia;...t (:' t..< trouble 'with J M U urgu, Jacksonville i Fk

j j&aiti land.b the all! raIsJrb.tad bu'i i.I i. futaruaof Cuarlottc: Harbor cuuli rty tuuvrihcru cities, and the en- which leas ycUraa! brt.t afllcied, A Gbdwiu .JLeamond! V..
I 4i f f \.*. the .cilef rjc..tIt.. J tea. hio. !. .l" at wife 1i
lien Clf the il u'i* .. ,.. l' ,,1"'i.ftl&JI; give fWl.J'\ynnrrt 5.1 out tat> V rtn. with urangalraru.auJ 'I > Utgl.vd lrul, 1,
I : r li.Ci 'I
t ae l.l Uei",;1&&l.n e>>us tL h c 1'1"- ...t,1'at d.ai4Ula. acv l1at,
J.ru ,
.nd d.e f.hcries: it'araeta. .
ff "J I. all tru.U.V.
Inca u-upteui
i from thirty, ti forty tall!s A.ir:, uf.d I u& 1 t r4 tl.e bar'rtat t.UU. H.. taC. .u' s b 1..t. ..
..iiJ'Idi..a e uare irtc.ed! of nl .
Jl\d..r DIw"'td .
allow the cattle h grata 141P43 tuifftblicdnuaiu. t : equalf I I I .ade.uq i. Su..a:?h wi s the iGab! ... 11u \c.c.;,. oJ
\$ the tu41paaia'une &' > i. Kvcrj ritrre1e.a; ; : *..ntl.JaL tree hlt&l'1n-d l .llcS in the ner as. I.,;, : ..iltrsu.. Batty. Qenuw.s.aa.a; Etta I: \\.sIet.t child, -.

.. P- \. Mi'Ui tu to alive wth t'anaand I..J ,u".t u4acttlr.1 ?utivu t t ua.i r.l powu abut ..I... tea n'tMula : u..J D M1Mrtaguil oJ

pUv, tiny iikkbotber ltft.w\ uvtcis Sfc t ''1".1 in j.r et btuu.jauie i, ....t..rt! ; *o mall! iuiiv.il 1rr'i). "lu.1 1.-: .,..;.ti: w. \.\Ws..a u."" k.&cr, l ii iveK.ua Cms.

so that the people a-re te nt d.fiercnt ptaws, all ulnj: h. eouAllil !. I the jK-uJ'lcCl'Jl ..L.-=-, uud.Vorthero ic.ue 1 I a.. .: 't J ; 1.. a IW ""t"u"is 1 1:ia." ."
; 1 j l, t.a' ,1..aiu-" U.J bktn.. Uoj. L .Jr..cd. New Perk
Labia.The !.. men sod i.aiiik' leans '
tU u
t : p>;rtua ct tatu"Jicl "' ..
the 1:2. Ate zn .y S&u.r.e.; ta.c ;aiy .4 11- t\.b taf
plain and prxrlcs ..ia.i; pMriLq, ol htvc: JeoouiIuatC'i tropical; the svatimtul CJI.the peopte, rrs wtU :l14u.la: very tbcoli.V) amr iu taut "

Jr'iwrUla U Ckpalla tcf producing us tu examine the ruuutry, auruaral tuiieucv 1 hate u\l .1r carte,31i..1 h attecios, .. .
the State U ; It
a'profitable buvine 3.I.
oranges, lemon fiuiw, attorr.TUt, the leading quision of the day, liar ued tbat laa'i'b -e. On the fuirJfiuftuut "
is not uncooiBJon to find.treat who, a a -
i bad the Luau of *
co iara, indigo1 visal.!, hemp su .r : tear and its results erring LOST
; ; negro suarage \orTjiia.\u A rApn-
fef rears *zv; Jiad no mcins, that hi!, iiaw &ud of aatUtiug. .hits at ,tie t I Ialur. <
anal iwJlI'; Al frvm I to'teithoaiaod .ease, sea-Lad cvuu, tine, fis, aud, :n fact, t-rerythtng in conuec* 1 handed him uvef the The c.harltattl1l': (VW) rW i ms
iblfaft melons! H'iill kitdlt, a* veil w in 3 1. two with the war and J< hood laid
erfumiahiig iu
Charlejtvwn auditor
vegetables Stoma in the mure uortb. *; were everywhere hospitably rec li iied, ly bound and he admired ft every was appointed
Urge' nainbcrj; to the ui Ui,tribatc' tLr luocb ia ti.ebands'
era Sutc The woutry around f and although many: did nt agree; much : cue cusa tan bd4* worn iu
araleaDfLie .' of the administrators &&
'adi Jcbo/'On. The America i What beautitul nag
G $trdi"Ht i into lUoiaiOcl Charlotte! llarbor; 4uJ Licactc bay, ', with u* in all our views, aU agreed th-'ll1.1ske in America"said thing u I the creditors. Notice oilhe auditor

; / : i b susceptible ale,,"( roJl1ciu (:ou... that hereafter, the grie\anees of the : holiness,looking at thectunaetwixe was pub1Iahed. '
uud the ham
paippcaloptis praitucs;, ,nutj, u exia.pine iejua7as' rof- South, or of any other portion of the bog it over,.and opening it. *. I I1'he I It sv happened that a few end*
j ckaar"
verj.rk'u and coveredfkiadease ia X
are'l i must txs fettle J iu late Council oi'i altuiM j ton residing a certain portion
; L..Q.nI'lantah.ls; alligator country, accor-. > >re baa.
of timber the who had collective
growth ala | country,
0 pears, and ali the runts: Iud pUatk of'!: ddco\ritb law and'the Oaatftuti&u, produced a.oadtrt.d! cot onlyin < claims the ;
" satlag of firt iud oaki tnaznct' bat' abo 'in' to amount of seven or eighthundred
-water Rome, France and
the Westlndiw. upon the floor of Cougress, and not dollanfroin of
anl J'' Ireland.. The other ; the neglect
his I
,; a variety. of Utar lurd- evening emi
wood f ftrcplcal by a resort to arms. An emigration 'taking: a county paper bear
timncr. The soil i* tandy aid Like all other tropical countries, I ovate Cardinal liarnabo said to me : i"I never
: I of the audit until the of
Iruia the North will be welcomed bya "The Catholic Church has alter report
: ha
Florida wet ana dry > a grand
mixed wlthnurlaul I I
lim'IItc.be.1.htpioe the
; 1 auditor had been cunfirt&ed tj
large of the and arena in the United Statesof A&if rica
majority people,
Th b ;
kcasuni. wet or rainy season,
opening:are covered w| almo&t !is very .
plaauud which afford during laid-tumcr, which has a tendency every one to see r. | town' to inquire swat the ,likelihood
a I
grais :
f *
tine: to cool the atmosphere, and ;, the State Killed up and fully developed. I;of svcuriDg their claims; called apes
Jbe soil is sandj and THI PROTEfTANT '
pasturage. ,
( renders'ha summer months cooler .\ Northern man tf the most : !! an attorney,'wtottaotaed into ds
not tai c1e11t1'1)1.) a* the I Kauituock { IOUt.-It appears that the.iDcri: /': matter and informed them that chef
than it i is in the northern radical views b perfectly safe in ,
more ))iJr. can Trotestaut Cbapel bo .not I
1ua.ofjr&lfles. The'praitie.lail.theta. yet I hid forcier tort their money, and vsi
tion of tbo State in other travelling through any portion of been cluaed by the Pupabat !
P1. the, 1nterof, pyrvonj of t t: or portion up only {i prcsuiLe charged them ore aollari for
SUM bordering the Kiasic of the south ; during tho rainy season tSmtherb Florida, and to give full the Ku;:lUh Chapel: Was closed No j tho iDfbDilt QD. All this 'rexultclI

'upon ve nearly the whole country b t1Q1 dedt vent to his ideas and sentiment l'nx-cedin1un yet been instituted,j I j in being to penurious to tale a paper.
river, the head ''ten of I the St.JohD' against the American I
the country being M flat and level The people have no real love for the the I Then tjentleaea have' learned ftlessda
";was the upper ColMshacbce.Theaoil : by Papal Orcraztat, put dreaaytaticipateJlis'I that Will last them the rest of
North, a. a Mctioa but they will
that the water docs not flow off readily. ; wonhip m a,1
b a rich sandy alluvium: : their lives, A and'sem a warning
and they are .covered Qfer with aheavygmzwth : .\. great portion of the WUlAtry'l't.IU treat northern men with respect aodrourtcp1 house occupied in part by the United i cthcn( who, from the same motive,
aud and will them to States Legation, and under thero.;
ditching draining encourage fail toO Cake a
of and from: theirapfftaraaee : tedioo paper.
grass, settle. of the .Vmerican! flaff.. rl'hepeat
when Hematic method V
some, shall
mutcboTery productive y outerUiat Jtis 4tai' Wade ]
; The tb -debt United
.\II.oella be sick of
be adopted told off the surplus wate0; to heartily the bout this '
they: +1M dotted over; with aaiallclamps ; matter ia Congress wwrtherefore Elates amouottd 1st of Fein.aryto .-
of hammocks containing from during the rainy reason, this portion )v war, and we heard ho expression of pretuature and that bodrj i I opUe
five! of the State will prove the must pru- j hostility to the general gorerment. betbrd taking action, bused upon 'in. '2CS5i1n. Cash b the
oat to acres each which give :
Oti tbo the fortuatioa which has tined 14 .423,791, of
tot dDdif'e pirtof the South. It hu but contrary feeling seems to
beauty and variety the ;scenery, t 1 be the of who groundjeu,ought to hare waited for' wu coiL
fewwpsor, marshes, uulcas upon part many: were
and aford shelter, during th+ heat day,to innumerable herds l.IfdCr .consider the Everglades a narsh. former M c<*ionits, to carry out and ... .. ", The marble statue of lleary Clay,

and cattle. There are also nmneroos They can hardly Lu considered as j I j enforce' the laws,and to give their aid DESISTED IJo.xon.-Alabama executed Italy by Hart, the Kentucky

small l lakes of water fillell with 'such' but more pnijarly'l a bke. 1'bowater and sanction in ." dn'rg. Like all has named one of her new counties sculptor has reached New

pure b from .U inches to six icct uuw countries in the youth and west, Hale, in honor of Stephen F. Hale. York It >TieCBpw the Louis
fob, some of Waich are bal, a few t the 1a.1 have been loosely carried into whocommandedoacot her
in depth, and b perfectly clear, nnd ville Court llousaoathaannivenui
reds in etefit, .hiJeot.hua are' from effect, and the people hare hereto. and fell in one of her battles around ;

tWO to'tft"lDilei ia, length., These is grownup with grass pond \lilies, I fore bWn" in the habit of nettling ItithIDO .1. )._, -f f j, of Mr. Clays birth, April 12th.
tie; and other aqueous pbnts. Tho Alpativkeo their grievances without an appuil to ... I .
pa1riJ.a.e the,paradise- of .herds Castle in Uichmoowt"beiD
swamp, upon the healwaters .;law. Hut thing*, an n :&r.-. we meld Major ien. Dan Sieklc- wife}! Thundar
am tea..hunter. of tbq Si., Lucie river, is the 4:learn h-.ve chanced' fur the better in aWt whom Phil. llirtou Key wear! fitted np for a tcbacoo factor;.
The 4HHU require no,feeding dn- )that sluce the ,
respect war. killed Washington fceccral Ex-Governor Letcher,cf Virgiais
"j1wviatef:, and one caij hardly I only swamp of any ml n tuJeiu tropi!i-ical 11r-'lru111)'our' a'u. died in New York city 'ou Wed yean I .has received a pardon from'tie Prow''feats -

star orar the prairiei a whole, day. I Florida*; aud this part of the \\ v. II: hr.t.tsu.. n...dav. hit. : .
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