Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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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, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: January 7, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued 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).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00176
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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M ATTHIAS R. ANDREU, OIt [:NTAL' I.IhIi \.\ASH, or ith. lid:.,'l, 1i I' fsl...,r ar-..I t',i,..r,
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'tiesuen. 1..I sq .... .. l. l.l IIt' a ,d.ii I, h. l,:and,, ,r'.itd catt
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JOSEPH 1. HElfl ,,. ,,.t &L(-,.k,'E "1 I' br,1,t .:uof a du. ond
J...- phl l r.i & I.p & i lbse i; IK ,.dba t li dit
31ni xnI TL Lil TAILOR..d. in...a., easilty
liun, i the hjr, luia$ fag.lirb1zte. Wt r"ic-.J n PaLL"(sefaa ?le fa.ngsg hit i-,
l"...... J, ti"- rr y pl ,pr,^^y Ir ",
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rt i e, anda isatways supplying himself wilh flwers, without too lu t ofehat peculiar '"' a wte .. '- t. '.. 1 .r. : .i..
I'" 6... I -'i .'.. 'ooder such as superior sweetness sO common inl French Extracts, in mouaru c ...1 .il I ..A I. .i, I,"
nSvin., and Fancy-i.: '"- ',- '' slwhichi satiates and sickens the senses. It here Henry soltmuly vowed to the spirit of
Tiesn-d. I -. is very neatly put up in bottles, whish sell his mother, that he would uo longer yield
slll .rje. qeirjno .i,,n L -,,. ofwork- at fifty cents each, and may be had of the .. .
P.Biallip. rr ,:. princip al Druggists and Perfumers.- to his passions, and his insatiate appetite
Bstoil TrFusorisjt. for pleasure. For the birth-day of his
1 11 ef al eI FOR THE CP .IPLEXION. father said to hini ; Theftrail earth which
Of all th s cmpud w bae yt se retaius thy father, and separates him from
Of - Of all the compounds, we have yet seen t d o t -
E-. WII.- . ,,,''i ,11 i -ie'.." prepared t ere the dust of thy noter will soon give way,
S mJ, ii .-.i I ....... l.,. is none that has a higher reputation, cp perhaps ill a few days, and then he will
eri)- -' ..... .', '.. : ""'. il it is so popular withthe ladis as th die sorrowing, and without liope, and he
l,.: l ,r t,.l i... i.. .. ... '. f .i'.i't "Kalliston." It is scientifically will come to thy mother, and will not be
w a e, .4 i, prdeared, anid is a perfume as well a i able to tell her tha tho art better; then he
ov.19 G. PACETTI ash. It ispar't to the skin a peculiar bl to te h th th then
softness ,qf texture, so desirable during the wept vehemently, tut unhappy Henry,
'CANVASSER WANTED. prevalence of harsh drying winds or a hot what avails thy weeping without thy refor-
LIBERAL 15DUCEENTS Ty fo A -a... It will, with a few applications, re- nation? After a few days his father re-
." -: .,... tan, freckles, .WLura., and all cuts- covered, ad in weak excess of emotion andt
Plgy Dollar a Month, and all ExpE- neous eruptions. Ir i: ,.i-.. sivelyused for hoe ,epenting outh to
: :, .. these purposes, and ladies who apply it can hoe pressed the repenting youth to Is
Ses Paid! xercise in the open air as freely as they heart. Henry was intoxicated with joy
i e 'as" . '' a i c -be
"y17" n IIh it ,c, i.e ,o ... .r .. please, and experience no inconvenience at the recovery, and by the kiss, he be-
An- ,**.rJ, ,r .. it,t ''.... '- from raugh or irritated skin. This article came wilder and more joyful, he grew
TWNTY iLLAR DOUBLE T I. r 1.. had of all drugits and perfumersu vernablehistutor, who sought to oun-
'.rlti'lJ al~tt; !. t.t~ti.L Ti.,t.t ,. s .,.. able, his tutor, whosugttton s coon-
Ma.-le l 'iit J .,, -t i t v,,: roprietors,.-Bo.,l Tiras'rpt. tepnst this morbid weakness of his father
parveenis, w-ehich make it tmi i..i
rO pemunts.-w, ch iake itt%. .- I THE TEETH. by assumed strength, vigorously opposed
Alcdeu t u rp .- .1. How few people consider the import- this ebullition of excessive joy. Henry
A iteiid .urt.i.r .,f rp. ,..'. ,. 1 nee of preserving the teeth! and how ma- became violent, and disobedient to com-
&.1ry .r $'7 psr .r.iii a s. ..t- il "t v;- d l....usands of dollars could, manda which he did not regard as mild and
paid. .ar coij,.d,. 11, a l.,,I ",, .... ,I;. r'., i in, after the loss has be- paternal, and when his tqtor firmly, vigo-
drows. irnlh a [ip tior irta-s I'l'g:'j rt-liiol, h.
J. % ii.tklll a C' .t .:u tl .1 ,,ny preparations fpr pr- roasly, and of eedssity, restrained ],,u, ...
No. a t. Li,,,, l. ,Ii ,,,r.i,. hi ,ia d ta'ty of the Teeth deeply wounded the intoxicated heart of
N-. i N. 1,_ _%, 1(;, ,,i, ; I;.... ;,,..,.' Oriental Henry, and. the honor of their firm friend-
SIWRIRFF'S tLrC. dh.. t1,' Inl rank. ship; and the rebellion against his tutor
B ,irine (If aBx e.t-mi i, .i,,t 'pnt. [S,. i tIa i- Bus.,':tr gOcyeu" pierced the so often wounded weary heart
Cir -.i Cetin for the coure.u ,; .:.4 %,..I,, ..,.i a h U.s, hr u..i.n : & L ergyand of .! ,. De. ...a r ,
B E nrt e n tl ,e L nsatr, l, 'it.r: u aif ... 11,, a. u.u ,- of the of h,. ,,F '1,, i'. i, ltke a p,.-L,. d srs. ',
it Masret ied anM .doti.trtd .in ieiv.., i tihani, J 3 tll es t i e su-jail I|Ly 'me:asst oo nd-lhe a1m .:.t.:i...,hit, by -he suu.,J, a,,.d
lit p oe. n l n ns d wilK sp.. d fI-ei i -. e 'tan .ring lime iasie. , srk e.i up.... 1,, ,l i .J b. it .
_ji. rev. rda -,a, Pii.e .. i ,- ,te -s .ita ) l a h ir O,,tl 'lal ,,t Wt.ll ilsie. Va ikn',w, 1 'l |,,I ., .li.1i.., lt.. tu, b..:...'. I .Il,,i.JIri ,
fA'[pril 15is at he i oam. bS .ur *,i s-r: ,e tl r tcl i ii -.,i s .n.. i.. l, 1.tL i. s c of the t t 1 .,1- :,]
Singer. re t n .l ree Iln ,u I u ir, iul d E-- s tl. stern verdict which you must pro-
irriyhe Isarn. t.mgh art k'i,,l i i.J ., ,,.sl l. i,., .ur,, by its nounce over his faults, that one also, which
,or in ied Brdard r-ino giu- i.nt, i i.i, -i:'gstlb tirain...t p p-,..fii, u .ts direct- you, perhaps, havoincurred for yourself.-
iles on she lSihiay o .i.IV l up.nt 11. ..j-'.a Ei. ,:, tLietpally Alash what ohilad ca stand at the death,
e to J eolma M. Hansou, et. aL testing decay, and forming a protective bed of his parents, without being obliged
'fire abese sale is poes ipond until the lst d ae.nsost impervious coating in the eavi- bed h .p without b
lonay ab'n e y. tpnd fi ev e rve is eeXnted. Ip to say; Even though I may not have short.
s in J postponed. l the irst is ls beneficial to the ges, keep- ened their lives by years, alas I have cost
The ab-we snle ispostpone4untul.the first i them firmly attached to the teeth, and them days and weeks of sorrow. Alas, the
taondAsy I, Ja. '. venting the bleeding and softuce which pains which I would willingly assuage, per-
The alit-oe sal, i ai.ptid imuntil the first isaow-a-days so wcilun. The Oriental pains which I would willingly assuage, per-
lfoTndua i iuts. i T th Wash is of the pleas- haps I myself have caused or augmented,
The aLb e ale Is pospe' until a itst remedies in the world; searching, and the beloved eyes which I would so
nThe nbue sa Is pooned uBntilt the first P ,entt and aromatic, it im parts to" tli gladly cause to loo o life one hour mq'e,
Monday in Orie'ber ntai. brtth peculiarly clean and delightful only mty youthful errots close, But
The abate ,i' e is p.,utpent' until the first frne We advise our readers to try deluded mortal man commits sins so boldly
Thi Rate is perpon nd until the first e only because their fatal consequences are
Tim abo'e opsal e ned until the first MOING concealed from hintm, he unchains ho f-
msonday in January an i. 4 ntlemen who are adaicted'to, the habit rious wild beasts confined in lia breast, and
Tie qble sale i p..ip,.r.<. until the first of ioking will find jmsrnett's Qrieml lets them roam, in the night, among men,
MenJay In IsbriaTn roit. To4 Washs an excellent detergent, It t r. n
Ma .ilt1 TtttfRUSSELL, lsoiparts to the breath a fragrance but he does not see how. many innocents,
"' Ma'. Sheriff.trevard Counly. peildy ai.,ottic and pleasant, the umchained monster seize and devour.
APPLES, ONIONS, POTATOLS, A i-t thL Articles direct from Thoughtlessly does the furious man seat-
nB. ,tlintc.---.' .suL 'a ta.le ia. Fruit. ia. thu-Ccr Ihraitd UJhemists Messrs. lIrneitt ter the glowing coals of his sins, and not
OT*-Pri FrIus_ *. 3 EL. C. .e at s, are for sale in 'St.A until he lies in the grave, do the dwellings

,. il w .LU -- U FAIROHILD'S New Store. burn behind him, from the spark he has
j OSg.N Oda fm te .s. i A lt. -. set to them, p the pillar of smoe Testsa


be s''sed ir' nhse ;.~gjtmrnm~~tiyitsi'st.T5w4 -

he w .S-Yd il lite-nie anaisCt, -IllK g du t "werlTlke.:
k 'i,.tl i i, arin-tub, ric- ia!is t w ict chi i'"-md n "I, Le m nk.,l,:, -ilr i,'i h Lra ?. mi d
played nlib il.. I'n ,tIber, like a l, .. p ... 1 u hrI s" t i,r. and .'id, 0-1
malfa t,.,' i- l..,.tII. ud tl it, bLhnded .:Vt4 ., fat .i t1 i t r,, C .l.f r i lka, a ts.n ,
a, uir iof:.l t .. -'u'fr1., 3. 1 l .:. .f.. rq i jsr. b td: v ..- r, I .I. pI.,r L
Wh cr1, "H.. -, . .b...1 .:, ; r. ..l l , ,-. ,, r: I., i I. It Y. p Ir-.
At lia. it lie is ,,bli.t ,.:. ,.: b I.-frs ithe j. w:.J -p r1.r, 1 rilli i r..e. r, -s aj.n.o,
s.k man en ,bid I inihm, re Irl, and :.. re- .c tb i t .i it u ....ui J'.i uj pr,.f thai
ci;voe 1.s~tE g, but his father gasi-hiut f. hihb J r. tl n,' ..A ..-t.nrang tirm
only bls lore, nd rnot his ceotidince, an I bn b2..t i ntbr.nCeb, t -tnd id, I hLive
aid, reforms nc, ._on, but d,) not promik. it. iirL...: raJ aqi;n. It wis bLa
DepressJe with -hami, and snrrew, Hori y i. it. ,ia:" tN, lie' a deep deep,
Ivy in the adj.-.iA g ; re.:,'m;.when he, s i '-w r -' : .1 luria, il'- and be h d b .iiit
bnasLeiag h-rd i' i -J d is4itruelor, who Iilpl., 1.i iis.,:,i Iihir. a1d it d..a. h
had been hig I't:irs % ,A,., giving him fried" l I tratIvl,.-.-id [",ec l..' the -plard.r of the
Ist Un., as if alreidytUlf fengeai nighh other grlJ. il., l. i,al.I no...r hU,
wa l % m ninz tin .'ath-r ar.n. a hisa r-sld a ren bl .rft ..M... ,'"ullv ith n it i'u s li O '.
'ife, s t l tl d bgI, iUt- o Lt he o Lte r ru I .'.I ...... 3, r-, lth i[Lt' un.
*'weld, lb,.u avitu.,.as mi,oS rhou faihfmul Li,,.i- d t., [i ,il.. ,, t ,cit .itn 'jih h;o
.whylar. All tihy rtn wh.i:h thoua j li 1., h ".-l in ti ,d ",u.nit i ia.=, *o. agj iri
It-i- ke[.p Li.r it,., ill itb i n 't rit -n u er L.r., tu.l :, b. tr. a t h:.t,,..f I I'itler 11i and all thy It,-i1ul'.1 .lteds, im st But, whilstthe cur .i. ... r. is -L, ,rt a,-s
nI pF; ite t...ihlt rel evr ning. i b il, I -, .11 ,. .. rt-.... b l,,Vred, V,..jr'n
i11l il..uh, ahrd u h I,,: .Of i bt of thy i rcaL..r, lh i l,,. l,,r,',is I, V h1 ,n thun
'lath ba ] .. ,l ,r ; ,i., tI. ta r. h.p '. 0 ih.:
'yt , f,.r tl.y usialipvy Heury, in thy I Ipal tu _,iu.jl, i" k.. 1 a u rdenej:i p, r
IBt h-..r, aied s...dle L i thl..u hah-rest ber w il ...l..a ,1 d hen yon milr
ti. i-, in thy lbri king hb art there is y lI rtco tiii. ,t 1. i.i n v.t.a .'. s will es..laim.
an eOiiir,..i Th i.. li6i mI iulild notl re- Al.. .. I.- I.,: n -.ti dcarli, bh [I
cter LUe i Trna:rh n ice t1 ihe U y ice oIf lu st I .Ji... ..i .br.e, and I wa-
lI* iw,..A, wh;,h lwd b?,,j pled upml, your Li=-t,*,j,:,t "r,,ft "
esin, ti- J .ie[td besne nalu'k uethe - h,
VtiM .,f thi tut.-.r fcor theb" ..r hL in, '[i tet, e iitam .:.sci.L i A V rinaliVa athe .,
jud he samimeied, En'ry I s[e thee not, w- r, rje le .f i:l..Ck'wai w nou
bht I h.:r iithe, by thy hand Spon me,ad JatI o It.e K i v.i.ed,-.,aJwlnould onlj gt.,5 i
s,.i Itha t ho .u L W_ --c r M d "
a ,,IrMlk dsL J it. It, iL" .. ." .. .

&dl ..i, od lai i. JSnd am-ear
l.,. :r..,i,. ,.:.;. i,: -i. : .l.i . t'LlY', I sw 'ar
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heart dead and resting from the long ex-
citement of life. Fly unhappy ;one, said
he, he is dpad without hope, Henry fled
from the castle. 0, how could he have
ventured to behold, or to be permitted to
share in a grief. which hlie himself had
brought upon the friend of his fathe ? He
left his tutor only the promise and time
of his return. Trembling, and weeping
aloud, he came to the grove, and saw the
white monuments, like. pale skeletons,
piercing the green foliage around them.-
But he had not courage to touch the empty,
.future resting-place of his father, he leaned
only on the second pyramid, which covered
a heart that was dead through no fault of
his, that of his mother, which long since
stood still in the crumbling dust of her
breast.- He darid not weep, and he dared
not vow, silently bowed down, and with a
heavy heart lie still endured the pain.
Above all the remembrance of his loss,
and of his crime overcame him, each
child, which with its high raised gleanings
ran to meet its father, served as a remem-
brancer, each chime was a death-knell, each
hollow was '" r.:..'l, ,>-. h br..dl pointed like
that upon tI. Li.: .. .I; totb'slast

- rate'l,. t-.ll... ; ag 7'Bl, a i m-,.
mari, frO.n te,: ','inoaij N,:w..
Til. r.:: i...r, ji. r ,:xpr .ing grin..
tude to the Almighty for the blessings be-
stowed on the nation throughout the year,
refers to the recent bloody occurrence at_
*Harper's Ferry. These events, bad and
cruel in themselves, derive their clef im-
portance from the apprehension thatfthey
are but.symptoms of an incurable disease
in the public mind, which may breakout
in still more dangerous'-. ', .and rerr,.I.
nate in an open war, by the North, to abol-
ish slavery. While he himself entertained
no such apprehensions, they ought to aff-
ord solemn warning to us all to beware of
the approach of danger.
Hie implores his countrymen, North and
South, to cultivate their ancient feelings of
mutual forbearance and good will towards
each other; to strive to allay the demon
spirit of sectional hatred and stri e, now
alive in the land. This vice proceeds
from the heart of an old public functionary
whose services commenced in the last gen-
eration of the wise and conservative men of
that day. But he indulges in- no gloomy
forebodings. He thinks the Harper's
Ferry affair will be the means of allaying
the existing excitement and preventing
further outbreaks.

hour of his father. Henry arrived at thI H- ..,...1.;...-.,,,ao.l Cong,.::i .:,-
place of his voluntary exile. But, irtl. i,, ,:ij..,u-r. by the Supreme C-I."i, l
five gloomy days full-of relentence and the question ofslavery in the' Tenrfr.:..;
pa n, l.- ,;L. uj l I...I...1 fur i. ';-..t .. The right had been established of v., ,
1,;is li r I u rd-r .., t .u fort him' y the citizen to take his .'ei.:.' .. of an,; .ii.',
Eram fi .ts ,5r r i-p.;.-s ..':. ,,,. i,, .i.,=; into the Territos..i, 1 ..
Mi ecl-.bura',s ,: rIu.o ral solemnities I':.c,.. .' 1,1i thi lh wl,..l., .?,uSi .J.. .:',
of .thle he loves much more properly, when and have it protected lit.:it u, ..r t-d :. F:.J-.
he wipes the tears of others, than when he eral i.'.... it,..n Neither Cui;rr.. t1:.r
sheds his own, and the fairest flower and the Territorial Legislature, nor any Lbih,-I
cypress-chaplet which we can place 'on power, has any power to annul or iampiZr
monuments dear to us is a fruit-wreath d@ this vested right. Thus has the status ota
good deeds. Henry would not, until night Territory, during this intermediate period,
enter the house of mourning, with his from its first settlement until it becomes a
blush of shame. As he went through the State, '... h ......l...., fixed by this final
groves, the white pyramids of his father's decision of the Supreme Court.
grave gleamed horribly through tne living He then describes the mode of admission
branches of the trees, as'the vapor-clouds of territories as States.into the Union. They
of a consumed village soar in the clear blue may be admitted with or without slavery,
of the heavens. He leaned his sinking as their constitution n i' ..; .... This
hoad on the hard, cold ground, and could principle has been r.:.-i',.z.g d in some
only remain speechless, and weep, and in form or other by an almost unanimous vote
his gloomy heart filled with agonies no of both Houses, in the last Congress.
thought was visible. In reference to the Slave Trade, the
Here stands he forsaken, no soft voice President says all lawful means at his com-
paid "weep no more." No father's heart mand have been and will continue to be
melted and said, thou art sufficiently pun- employed against the trade. Our history
ished. The rustling of the tree tops ap. proves that the fathers of the Republic, in
peared to him an expression of anger, and advance of all other nAtonas, had condemn.
the darkness around him an abyss. ed the slave trade. .
This absolute irreparableness of .his loss, The Chinese treaty ratifications
gathered about him, far and wide, like a been exchanged, and, trosupplemental con-
sa whichnever moves, and never falls; otAioeas were pa e ng, relative to the

;.-A '1 AaerkLanr. in China and tranmi
, nJ, .:. e .

tepi d. o ."rrth friendly.
fh? Pr.r_-si r"ecommtndn _la ins_ ap-
p,,pr;atn.iii. I.,: sid to-miet iubdemand orf
Arrt., ediCl mijtm DtS.
H1i .- ,..'.n in l'i%,r of lke'oqi .ui,,n
..I' 'it2, 'v !'j.r punrJa -rem ainBs n
I. ,,',:.d. H*L. i-,itLrec agja invite Lto
-i.r;tr-U fiiliOC.uio n.', C'ogress Wd it aims -
p.:.n ar ms,:r
GctEA BrIei.Jn-Therw n goad rer.-..
n, until r..ttly, L,) believer thal t ia'
P-,rid. iit would be abl." I.) 3annncae lctat
Onr difEiult;hise itb t'7Cmat Rti-p, Wian.1.
0elut 'thi:- s.L'l t.iiu-i.Lwfr netify.'ha'bW n
,unaln Adja-ited. in aimannr hL.,Daeable and,
eals.h .lor.E; t'. bo.' t'ht' pirs Frtm ranM s, '
..iw r,.r, which t.ire't Briain h2i ia,.t
antu.'ipi~d., she bhd nult yt ,,mprlewtd her
T,-s'uly jrrinas, n'I" wish H.',dairj sad
Ni-trac.rnI.. in puridune, ; irf r i tJer-
!.uitiiuiJ .t I sit: u i7.. m.sirr ir ie
sie-snhai I-eS cond-'Dntly -ptd list
Ia I tortril. bi a,. ,-,mnpIsbled.
In r-lat,..u It Sjn J iua be r ir.tert;.-
h.. d.i.,al'' if the d l'v ,:f tar tii-. lie
t' Lbdppv l tt' whit ha'd l-e,. It'r
ru iti. S~iS-iM rtlitn tuiid nOt LhaVs
.b ,ri,~b tici1 .i l. r U n,-_-.. Ife hd a -sue-
t.,-Js~Tly ,e..'Stp r ,p e'obebjit of Libe a, nd ttr-. c6 n11 I-s:gor nany ra'-
ili qpprebts'd a I -.ll',ion betWffn the
r,- i curc':
ML\i't, ---thrin:- thi- p'adenLey of ne-
e.iati.n. sWih I...;L1, hUe r.rgoL this.
31:.i. i Jiffir~' -u iproi r. Be- .peaks
i ,l'Lbt t'juj.-.t at l ':ni Ouarrsag.:i or the
cut:s .i -enpton hLve- b-en cum.,itjr r.i
agiism f..r.innn -sad prperry, ard then wi
sma:. ly any f':,rm .,f mfajr wihelt has no'
)rsufisiby an- is-ne L 'S
thd p ae i ir e r Ia-urH inB

*^r^',5b i~ cm c ni unnl ^H^^-

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tilt he I ..?,'j. ii. Pr.. ei w.:i d 1'. u-
thonsed to ask from Congress the power to
enter Mexico with military forces, at the call
of the constitutional authorities, in order to
protect our citizens in their treaty rights.
Unless such power was conferred upon
him, evils must increase, ete.
The President adds: I have been reluct-
antly led to the samesa opinions, and I feel
bound to announce this conclusion to Con-
gross. This is a question which relates to
si-.. f.riar as well as to the presentand the,
pals. The aid which she requires, and
which the interests of all commercial coun-
tries demand she should have, belongs to
this government to render, not only by.
nature of,.ir uei .rth.A..i MnrS... a, nuc.
alsoof o. r :t., L.I-t.dI *- t. i- ; -a.
consistent Witrh t.- usi-. .n',ai.ot' an
Euryopeon pF.,"-.'r talL. thi' -,?i (.nC i:':'nTrL
of that repubhe, for reasons stated,
The President recommends the' express
passage of a law authorizing him to. employ-
such military force to enter Mexico,for the
purpose of obtaining indemnity foeethe past.
.'i'j ;..tii f...r lh, f'ui' ..-- Sl,:..l.j volui-
-r t. l...', -,h a rr- .uald be
easily raised in this country among those
who sympathize with-the sufferings of our
fellow-citizens in Mexico, and with thte
unhappy condition of that country.. Sucn
an addition to ltheforces oftlie constitutional
Government would soon enable it to reach
the capital.
H .: r... ., rir.-ridi 1 1, 1ta 1,i:-hm. rjt ,
,1i-r." l....., ...r. h: tl l.a Ia i .-, :.u
i.,'*.. ,fr I.j I', li- u hl1 ,, !.,f rrr i,,.Ji. .[.i.:.ran "it .s
Sth . md [. .l' Aniw: :an Itl.
iA nc. i r pr.|,h, r sl[,r,.|hiii *rj. re
UiI: la,, ,, .a ln a t'i. i b:;., ,,,,ta.I.h Ir,. C
i ...ii 7cr n. t irin Ai.iA,td
( -' t .'lEruItc .- 'lO nI 'rt .fJir.
thl n :L t.. pro .;t..)r,.: 4 tI tlP ,-.-rt trctl,' _.
wiit Nv ;.:T ,i j_,an w lu;] ',. b ar t6 ..r,.

H,:,'/.j the 'mp e ,J lu ,i *atfa Tual t'.,r (
f,:r e le pi rpo., f pr,,te..,u ,i \ :'r:.. "
T... the ins,,ua1 ,:ar.g, a ,I
He again recommends that authority bo
given to employ a naval force t-..proteco
Ameriesan commerce 'against seizure and
confiscation in Mexico and the Spaqish-
American State.
He refers to the failure of the ..tie
appropriations to meet the expenses ofthat
department and recommends the .passage of
a nill at the earliest Jai t'i pa) th- 1) ..u.,
with interest, due coutractors; also to make
the necessary appropriations for that depart-
ment for the cumrentyear.
Hereoomamenji ihu ,j ...ablh.iih,at f
Pacific Railway, i,,' reao,, 1 h:.iat..',r., gi,;-

i i.J 5!' napl..-i"a fi....,i ii, i..f.rt of the
is.- -i.-t ,I l -' t -y I. t i;, ... trem ell.
doubtful whether we shall b-, 4.1le it pass
through the present and n..'t tiul yeas-.
without additional reven, .- It a diffi.
culty should occur, he recommends that
the necesstkry revenue be raised by ad in.
cri.. oil' itLu pi...-ri, duties on imports.
Ina srjela., ha os e,.anii ads tothetjust
i.,Lerlit' o.l C.'git', the lIcidl interest of
th:. D;natt *,'.'olumti.
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Ss iLtDAv. Jltl..I,ts. 6

r- JAvEs Bolr Ese., of-.Palatka, Fla.; is
,. l..i.)i;r,.] to ant as Agent for the "St.
L..v.. % L r 'v a f.<-," U-' W ,il.I : .~ l- Lub-
e i., l ,, e S I. L Lc ll L l' , U 1 i t ':6. i L I rm r 0 l-t
. _A

I: le will bh a mueninngf l,, s l oai.ty
.n Modr,&) Vtlh Jin.t`.,' i-,tt, I l-
,' '..,k noon, at the Court House.

Internal ImprovementS.
The "'Ancient City" has been asleep; at
-;' est in stant t o, Ior a long time; but
S there aSrIstii-ueti l c., a tor, prove that
... eA rtinitli rw.,l,;., We are sure
-.*- ..r bo.dy willbitil ilt.-. Eidenuces with
Lbe ineeret sIA;Sfl'aci;.In For a long
w -hile t,'lhie .ia.. ,nnti 1ii,.in.. rm of our old
ta-an .cD-m.: 1 I.. 1,- *a mn-i i .'fl indifference.
But [L [. .E I..- l, hb, and Si.n,
Au..,.],t: ts i ,r ar.; t. L.a celebrated"
for the pleuteousness and excellence of her
.. ehool privileges, not on a sieka .*ic il ..t.
L.tinp.b.lsi, bdt wt ,,.,pe I .- ] ,tli.'re p.w,
wa.',ingibe wi'y .5,.il l,.nl.alr ,l'permanen-
cy. N w 1.1 .,l mef ,jr a-. ial.y andliberal
men come forward and place these schools
on a firm and generous trs.ndaii..-i, and
let the initiatory steps wil,;l hI.r,, been
taken to plant a college h,r.t, bh p ... 'ever-
ingly followed up, and with our fine ad-
vaut-lgesof climate, in a few years San
Augusiine will be what she bhouid be in-
We would also refer with gratification
to the building, repairing and renewing,
S.bhieh so much improves the exterior as.
i -t of our City. It has been called by
S .: _-aSra visiting us, a "tumbling down

an, "inai "

anid public spirit i"_ il, mal.:r ,ni' bIau..indla-
tions, and withifgeneral appearance o good
Caste externally. We are glad to see that
ahe work projected with regard to reclaim-
uing the Protestant cemetery from its de-
a -letion, has effectively begun, and it will
i.-w.a become not alone a place to shed tears
and revive mournful memories of the1 de-
parted, but a place of quiet and sacred re-
siort, where the beautiful rural surround-
ings of the narrow house to which we have
ttin drJead-, shall awaken those bet-

let aaS e'seti.r recollections which the
heart loves to cherish. The committee of
gentlemen who have this business "in
charge, are eminently men of taste, judg-
mentand energy, and in the completion of
their work, San Augustine will have a
cemetery, attractive both to citizen and
itraoger. We hope a similar movement

may follow with regard to :h i c we avt.l


i ipo n w iere uu i .imaini ,mi.e ianvinowci- Th- T'he ]Episcopul Church in the. United
zens inter theirdead. Planters' HoteL States contains 33 d.....:.: The. present
It will be recollected that a few weeks The attention of persons visiting St. Au- number of bishops, provisional bishops and
ago, we reiterated a suggestion made long gusting is directed particularlyto the ad- assistant bishops'is 43; priestsand deacons,
before, that thenames of our streets should v ri.. E'.. t in to-day's paper of the Plan- 2,030; parishes, 2,110.' There. were or-
ie revived, and indicated by suitable sign- :s r-' 1."'- This house has enjoyed an gainedd during the year 78 deacons and .9A
*" oards. Now we do not by any means en ble cleity under some of former priests. Number of candidates for ho)y
make the presumptuous claim that, our-in- ".'" T .rs. an.dw e can ..t.I...(i. assure orders, 281. Churches consecrated, 69.
fluouec has installed this desirable improve- the traveling community, that the present The baptisms were as. ,i.. ]... '-T-i r,.,
Smcnt; but we are very happy to state to proprietor, Col. S. BuraiNGTON, is not the .-I,4 I. d.,,li. 5,151; .,s ,,..J, 47 .
neir citizens, thatina few days they will man t1:. -ll,: .ih r ,utmii.a ,..f tile Pln.- i.itA, .-',.,-.: Nosi,,..r .f ,uafiraat;,..-a,,.
heec le thing accomplished. Tlh.-i b:,rds terms to run l..:hial it f..,rmr stirli 14,596; (.s.r.i, ,.. r, hlJ... I11.704,
S ire already inade and painted, and only has experience p..pusl i>r, i s da t .. pr s4 sentaUsberr, .,..: : man_. ..,,
wait the completion of the lettering tobe pose to please his guests, on his side, be- 7059, ..,.. 12,442; Sunday ......I p',r...rii.: rlies, and wethope all sides all other qualities which go to. c teachers, 14,091; s holars, 11 .. ..
our townsuien may duly appreciate the im- plete the attentive and agreeable landlord. Amount of contributions for missionary and
provemeent, and the public spirit of his We bespeak for his establishment a liberal charitable purposes, $1Q<27,188 12.
Iionor the Mayor in bringing it about. share of patronage. O. -T -= r .
Next, let our Plala be attended to and Light-house Keeper. Ots THE MoTIVES.- ''
beautified. We have our sea-wall,. to be We learn with muh plleasure that lIrs. conversation took place in one of tihe
sure, for the display of our "beauty and our Andreu has been appointed keeper of the "Citizen's Line" of coaches recently:
chivalry" in the solt sunset or mild moon- Light-house, in place ofher deceased hus- Mr. A., (addressing a fellow passenger)
light heurs; but that is not adequate to our band Mr Joseph Andreu, whose unfortu,- hy Mr. B.; I was surprised to see your
inureasingwanis and ambitions. Our pub- nate death by falling from the Light-house, the call for the Fayueil Hall
lie square needs better care taken of it. We it 'was our pl.inli duty to record a few meeting; I had np idea that you synmpa-
cannot expect to see -fountains glancing weeks since. thized with it .\.Jt..,,,rra,,.:.o ..i,..,. hI..i.J
there, but walks may be laid out, and a We are sure that this appointment will ers, or with tl.- :.'. .... 1,,. I,..i.... E. .
plenty of shade trees planted, thefences be commend itself to all as a just and kind re- tquirgh at wso..' .c a.. .., .: .... ,u .i's..l
1e:ptin order and the rattle excluded from cognition of the services of her much re- this meeting was started. -
,il sharein the promenading. speated dceased husband and as, a just Mr. B-Why, friend A., to tell you. I.e
As a still farther step towards city usa- provision for the support of a poor aid truth, I don't care a d--n i i ;. ...,
ges, we suggest i us to the various dealers deserving widow who has been deprived of calling it; but you see, s U I... .
in merchandise here. This absence of her stay and support in her declining years ..t........ ... .. at the' South, and. during.
sign boards to indicate the location' and by an accident resulting from his dis-.I,..g. t,.. I i...lli,,, season, on ... .; is ,... the
character of gentlemen's places of business, of a dangerous duty. It is pleasant in White Mountains and sea-shore resorts,
is quite a marked peculiarity of San Au- these days when political reasons mainly have usually purchased of us quite liber-
a ll,. euii. I. i l. -, i[t *if signedd thisia call
gustine. Now if some one of our merchants influencesuch appointments to observe the ,, , i,tn]. 1,1i next season,
will hang out his name in neat gilded let- kindly sympathy shown in this appoint- and you know the meeting can't do any
terms over the duorof his store, we venture mentof the poor widow. har-', anyhow-BoslonAtlas.
4 s,

anud may the buying w,nwse
short of the next N.ew Ye
hope of His grace in His
I am called away to
ingetiig in reference to thf
It is well to signalize ith
penitential ,,- .., ....
vows and humble prayer.
Yours ve

INFasi s.Lr *!ri -
W.A..s.'c., r.h... ...,,; if d

J ..i t ....m i f,.:. .Io 'I

r, r- l L ,:, [ .h.n
lin O..r. 0 sn1 ,:: ... [l ..i' .iS
mauufabturers,' and, i s1i,
with the Southein ti iq..
specimen of anatouly selio
1, .. L ii. ...', 1 1. 1. ..,, and, b
> i,.. lb[ i il.. Lt.u,. hr of soie

There may ",:, '..ya e 1T
something ol meanness, in
the man who is thus denou
but it really seems to us th
of the "tweuty-three fellow
show a disposition. to cling
,;I. 'w'it ,a.:r while tc
r ....1 ;, t who e-..-
Tri .* ,r-, a full head ant
tWlli 1 the two specimens.
CAPTia- t.i NLr s i
-c'o York), .Decl'.11 -A.iv
Leone report that a L. ..
.John Harris, of N,., .'
captured on the Arf.i .
steamer, and tak-i, l., I'.:.:
had 500 slaves on l..:..,.l ..'

to "guess," though wo aro no Yankbe, ttatl A A )D. Correspondence of the S
the others in a body will follow his exam- The air." Examiner,
piee ar. PALATKA, Saturday
By and by we intend to allude again to The Fair for the school of St. Augus. December
the subjectof side walks. We have abun- tine was held as published, and we hbive to Ma. EDITOR :-It is the
dance of shells at 'hand, and abundance of report an unparalled sucepss, quite a pre- the old year. And yeit d
couiena in our quarries, and we are quite cedent in our little City, where peace and old. .an it be tliat 18
sure from the present face of things, abun- health replace the din and money of corn- spont ? Wi, r ,as become,
dance of latent'enterprise to carry out all mecrial cities. Such was. the crowd the long t,.,r,,i .-,., easgh its
these improvements. But more o0f I.I, fi6 ,-A. ..1 the F..r tl.r there was no beautify ithal the face of
anon. We would not be consider'e.i ..-., 0' 1,,,, 1. ,n il,.. ooms, there be Are they all gone, all btit
clamorously progressive all at opce, lest a irl,. t"'.''*: .1.u. -d .ea. y strangers and a few 'ours more to close
gliwpso efthe amount of labor to be i...:, -h.. .,(-A were unable to obtain entrance ,,, ,, r,l; ,,.1 darkness ofthi
a, .,uld ditc ur, ,. ,.,I,, a iLt, .,, I..", ,.1.f:ut '".. ...... .ll n' o.. I r. r.., thatthe G one, all gone. and, 0 t:.
S' i. .1 |**l".i as there would htV The last iI,,h .i the old
-- i h-.-.n t ,,:,,,,;1 1 :,,,,,, .. r ,. ... ,. 1 ,, . ,, l ,

for, ri r\ l,,.tii w.'" W'.' h,.,- ,a. f ,, lS nhel l r. ar..k.: i. t *' t,".* r. " "s .
i.;...,' .d r.... .\Appl..l oc. Ce N.. Y..,Il. TI,.. i.l. [. ....t,rr i. .. I r .It l t i lL.l hope il hase bir.d, who,.
It t;i, .G P. Quackenb.s, A M a prao- the name of the whole community tt, i again, a mock life only, in
.:,.,I l.... rate-he has contributed a valuable addition inced on the occasion zeal and ingenuity the change it has wrought
to the scientific literature of the school- beyond all praise; to Messrs. ('.:. .. B. not short. It hasnmade.s
room, and done practical teachers good ... ..i.,. Dancy, li..-,, and i.i .~l.l.: plans and expectations "f
vice, in the book we notice to-day, as -...I mn..a .,! i... t.' Su S u wh h e ,:b.-.. has paid its full tribute ,
as in others we have before had occasion to a ......r... -,.-riy ..l,~1t. r1 na.tle, I l made its levy upon the .;,
aoknofladg,* from the .,, :.......:h M, .: l.. a. ,I li,. B.,taEO ,I-. beautiful, as on th..
the "lts1trated Sch' 1 '.a...... :/. ,,: ,.Jp I., to Mr. Wmn. P. O'Hara, Mr.Mar- be spared more easily.
Uitited States," Advan , .; f.,-i,a ,,o.. Mrs. Matthesson of Charleston) out upon many a marble,
a, ... Rheiqri, Il, ult .. I,,Mr flerlool Mr. King, Mr. Treanor, and indelibly cut upon th
onbos seems eminently to i..J.i',a.l tor a- i.J M,. r. Reid of Savannah, to Mrs. of many a heart.. It will
to adapt his teachings to a *.|.-l's *:,iupro. A.:.';k.rcr, Mrs. Beard and Mr. Barnardof 0 how many a tale of sor
hension, and in this way to. I-.. lI.-i".,- *,I, .rl, .. :, to'Mr. Antonio I.'., of kept in remembrance, God
.... ..., .., o scgure ti.. I.,., 'Ia ba.: .1. 1*.,.r., ile, to Mrs. Mason u.l tad hrs b,r, l.y many a wougd
fit of the instruction conu..r.f.. Tih,. u ic.- I...7.. witnessed by handsome..: aound was drying up its li
vor with which the several school-books tions the interest they took in thei au.- oJ and bleeding, but all in sa
from the pen of this author have been re- education. ; God, has written or can
ceived, affords ample testimony to their Last but not least, the Bishop acknow- tory of this dying year.
excellence; for when there is such a choice ledges the receipt of one thousand dollars Yet it has not been a
of books as is afforded at the present time, from Mr. Joseph S. Birch, well known gled sorr o 1 n. u .e..
and since'the teacher's profession has be- ,and appreciated in ths1 City during the hope. F..r ui.-ll', l. .uI.J
come such an enlightened and critical pro- too shbit stay lie made in it. Tais Gentle- regretful Icav, t ., he .-.11
fession, the best selection is very likely to mao with a rare generosity has given that given me rno.w ald thiun
be made. Hence the Messrs. Appleton & sum, upon a suggestion of his late brother has added more that were
Co., will be very likely to have fine sales Dr. Andrew Berch, who, before his death, has separated me' from fr
of Quackenbos' school-text books. expressed a desire to do something in be- them friends still; and o
We have but one more remark to add, half of Catholic education. elastic are the ties by whi
and that is that the school literature, issued to heart.. If it his taugb
by the above house, both in English and Congress. f to heart If it as tahed ougps,
French, may be confidently accepted by No Speaker at the last advises frorom of fondly herished.hopes,
.* h:,:L,: , .l, .,,ch a I..r:h, :,,,.4 to Washington.. hopeless-F., ....afrepeeta i
,,,,o, ; sod l*.i**a expectath(
ut r .as a p... Co inty Map. my vision of the New Yen

r.a u L r .. : r ..a t,, su. .. b i i .. r .
are in receipt of a new work on Moral surmise that such a statement would not 11'. cannot but think o
Philosophy by Professor Haven of Chicago apply to most of the Counties in our State. at such times as these. Y
theological Seminary. It bears the sam We hor e this important matter will receive told that some of the th
teaufifu, clear and scholarly impress which, the attention of the County Commission- 3; t..,ith fi. u. the retiremin
marks the writings of this most graceful ers at an erly date and that measures walls that close around me
.author. HIe is a calm -I ;,.J.,. a candid.
.ut ; i will be taken for the construction of a cor- old city. How many.,nN
reasoner tanda profound stndou nd hn is theeItmap of our Clunty as soon as- may be seen grow old, and yet he
labors in the lecture-room no less than the reasonable.boars hr age! She has n
books he gives to the student-world, can- r. ao" nip-art to keep liar son
not .fail to be appreiaitd. The above g-r NEW COIN.-We have seen L.. .i- I and to steal t he earl
house have also favored us with a work on now coin struck for 18Q0, to substitute God bless St. Augustine,
English Comtposition, and an English the old, heavy and ugly copper cent which finds an echo in hearts t
Grammar by W. S. Bairton, A. MVi, Whieh cumbered every body's pocket, except the league away from her
so far as we. have examined thimn promise little boy's who was oB the way to pur- walks ad homes
to do well in schools where the object is chase a stick of candy. The new cent is A happy New Year to
improvement, and the motto adopted, the quite a pretty coin; neither disagreeabl,- _',.1 to all your readers-a
one which seems to lie at the foundation of large and heavy, nor ino3nveniently "",1. 1. fulyear to the EXAM-
these books-"Few rules-much practice," We shall all be glad to get as many as we young gain a year's full m
The external appearance of these publi- can. edge and wisdom and the
cations, like all others which come front dge and wisdom and the
this old and firm establishment, is very at- EPISCOPAL CaU011RC SiATISTIOS.-The collections of Christian so
tractive, and gonbines" neatness, taste aod Church Almanac, for, 1860, contains e May the good grew bett:
convenience, in a very agreeable manner, usual yearly summary of facts and informalearn to do well; May t
We shall notice other publications next tion relating tohlse.Epiapopl. Church, from substantial joys, and may
a.., which we gather as follows:, the sad; May the living iH
__.1o may sue nyl__ .. in.1 a..















r veninSt Augustine, Fla. ST. AUCUSTINE, FLORIDA.

Last night of S. pur3IT@TOW, rPOPRBET 0R.
oes not seem 0so B. E, CARB, n oraLETtiB.
9 is so 'nearly i TI.S Frase La., IOTEL "n.
i Am'i .' l' been iii,:.l fi N ,,' i of
e of its twelve re.i years by ,.-. ll,,lt.i '..r'a the TERMg:
own charms to a .gto former proprietor, of the But- Transient Boarders, $125 per day.
Sa s fngton House Jakcslonvillue, who again respect- ... 0 . .. w1
earth and sky? fully solicits 'his old friends and the public to Single Rooms, attio, 450 per w'k.
this that li gers give hini a call. lie will always be found Single Rooms, 2d Story, 6 50
Ready to greet them in his usual atyle. Single and Double ljooms, with fire-places,,
S 11..I :,c. n, | n 1.Y .:,,.,,... -l i l . r..l
r i..... Arrivals atthle lPlanters Hotel. Bo.ud. exlaive rooms. 4 perw'k
i ..,::! Err Mle3a, 37,k centf. EsiraFires,
ybar. A black [gVoiM De. 29 TO .JAN. 8.] ,25 cents.
iL _. pl in C'.#, 1 ii.1l,r .. u .\ ..i-hnO T ['I, 1 'i, i, ,r,... ,d-.rrI re

r,,m et LlVGitr.:01r K m"s Fal. J P Hio id". --"
,sr l,,: %.. ; J , ,, .., ,' r l. \ i ia .,c. -rR .'s .l tr I: .rA, s N ]
ih ,, o i' Pl l,, Fll, B.:.j i..:r Jr bhoil tI E II ill11, S..i;.ti..w.a, N Y.
the musings of W H Dranes Sliell Bluff, Edwin Martin M. Forsyth, Burlington, N. J.
Nhen we look at Log Ciap.,.....a 'lo ,ll, pli St JRR, Thos. C. Folger, Albany, N. Y.
the year seems Win ,I, Jil P..S R Marshall Mrs Budd, child and servant, N. Y.
Sthe year Phila, J c.,.. N y, A .Y L,'a..'-T JJ A. D. Harper, Brooklyn, L. I.
ad.havocof the sonville, J Gault Rosiman N Y, H X R Bobert Wood, I[..pkn;s...n. Miss.
a year ago. It B-,h.. Washington, Lane Tilh.:.n I inriarj.. Mrs. John ]'atii Sirai.-_gs Springs.
e. 11,. ge. ai,] F W Dow USC S 0 JRS MI.arnf S, N. Y.
* udJ. g t:..A. ', ve...c E Tucker U 8 C S, L G Champ- Rev. J. B.. Ripley, Philadelphia, Pa.
I.. St It R, C S Livingston St J RB; J W. Handson Stephens, L6wville, N. Y.
'...' 't ',T t C Folsom T .a Ci....k, lFi,. D'al.amn Si A; Ransom, lady2 children and servaiit,
'1859"' has been Augustine, J..n :'r, Cn., 8i Ar'-L.nfe, 'Albany, N. Y.
and more deeply Miss Lydia Crabtree j,..k.: c-lie, ,M .i Albert G. Carll, N. Y.
e tender surface Fannie Barnard Jacksonville, Miss Car- Miis K. A. C iall. N Y.
henceforth date rie Crabtee Jacksonville, W H Hall N Y, Ml;-: C. J. Ccrll, N Y.
ow, and willbe CWKimble WS'C, A F Bishop NY,- S. nort F. R. Tag, N Y.
rrw, and willbe Gski Green cove Spr, SH Baridon, C D. Hart, ha,. l..., S. G.
I only knows how Jas Gallandet Savannah Ga, Robert Erwin
ed spirit whose Savainah, MA Williams Fernandina, Jao. SNow ON trie Mi.r..raiNs.-T... the low.
fe, smarting ever Forsythe wife and child Chicago Ill, W D landers (as we are) the view was a pleasing
secret. Who but Ward Oclawaha Fla, W O 01(.B.:r L.:.-- ,Ine, whi-n ,:.a ltnursd'i i.rn;rg, the .rill;ant
ite the full his- ville Ky. Mrs A Brown N Y, 31.- Ls p,:,k o N.Ml. .,.I.l. ..uane.un I,..
ie he l his Brown N Y, Francis Brown N johln. h
Jackson N Y, )r David L Rogers N Y, t..- s.:.,y heads above the 'horizon in
year of unmin- John A Griswold N Y, H Winthrop Gray venerable grandeur. At the distance of.
*t l, I,. li uai N Y, H'-ellY F W. i Phil,, J 'Ehrlieh fifteen miles, these "giants of nature" ap-
Is t ... ,.:dly. a ks..,~~heli 1' l% 1' ,. .. ; 2 ,-i...l.iron [..: ,r.t most noble and imposing. Coveted
".I. if it m s.,n e, i'.1. l ,, .A. l 'i. spotlesenow, tle shroudofwinter has
i el...ady day, s Hart t'i ,S1. ,.., S ', E tI I'.,. ro lnga been spread and stands in solemn contrast
brighter. If it ton co Ky, Stephen Martin Fla, James Vin- to the skeleton forest on the r JI.vy, s.ii t
friends, it has left aunt Jacksonville, Y S Kendall wife child of its green dress. Several veAt irce ew.!
nly proved how and nurse N Y, Ramon Hernandez St Au- enjoyed a reverse view of these mountains.
ich heart- is knit Dennis er W atfd Fla u ETcker The fires in night timewere most beautiful,
t me the vanity Waterford Fla. the mountains seemedas o.mAny volcanos,
it has not left me throwing up balls 4fire from Ib.-
hit ha ges o f I t me n N e w Y o rk U n io n e e t in g leave s. ud tre .. ,n.'
S1 h e otn Mr. E BI-'.L- on submitting the Reso-
lt t ions said that the duty.l' -.idevolvedt, I. S ...- to ,',l,
are's train. They I bvihe- lan.
ed not b wll;but.theria aw 1.L r ted, th a .
arearepfTI..t,,rh .-.n"iilto"add upon lia-) Soaac l off e .

ougIot that thus ownsti o, and in .... with that ,,, i t -[e,' A',
h -. o;ent of the ,..l'ut Coistution wuich oo.nsci'e foridstlmt .,.. |,; i I t o
If "Therero r ,,i 1 J those who tell us our .'.. .,h. .f ,.l..- '5sh, t.lm g
of absent friend, and itey arc tationy, "All is wel. very . .. i ,a i ,s .. o 5a t,.ltg

)W gracefully she in twaiin. If they are right, constitutions, cultivated fa -. ,;'i,,. s .M.'r'i.r-, ...a
No t lost her win l ut three is a lawl r l-'. n thai h ,lf- and < .., I1 i I;
g'ts that thus Cfor thnieology, but a word in or two are ith es- that ., ,, , ,hI tf a
t of thangelr aCon-titution, which tonsioakee forbidsth m 1,u \" . i ,. ,6 .l,,ln ., to oL a-'.
itght ae an a. e uy." Suh m sen have broken up r our teni .I .L, 1 ,

well reembred p,,br tt a a 0 an bo ,. or aonthe afterr n, h"
Sali rnsrt in stet e i on th..r ,_, s samut, hhave sni, i. , s , .
w years has e t et societies, and roet -i,..I. -. ..I .. i ,, i ,r Ti... kid c! ,
ow gracefully sE e in twill. If they are right, constitutiu., ultivated f,1 ,.' ,. ,1 a'l;rI,.r.ri.,u p' i..,-
ot lost her win- cmp s, la ws, ,all ,' .., .. l- arg nod r P .. ,,,. .ans r I l
n surge hal l ers theisis nota the 1.1, .i1, not the hours .

ear r ll t ofc to b : .. very simple., h. htubers.. aft. -
arag for theology ny, but a word or two arde i- is i- -
s of strange saryin yjudgmcnt,tolakecatr,'._`g- t ,a -p,'l, n,. i a ,

is a prayer cmaish tterd, .i if .. I .. H e: . ;. rA .-: r0. t .- h t- s I mi. a.I.t

l' o r un t h A b r h i : , J r ij. r j o .* |L , : Lat, r,, sli. n u pr ,'
aip a p yer b oete.o al i it a ..I If vast and allowed to r..,. ; f,.
that are many a Wileo our Saviour was on earth Howasa 24hours, or until the za. is.rtl .h AI
well remembered subject o that ovast slaveholding Bolunan the botqqm i ', the water I-brh i-aj in
E pira which stretched from the E ofufiras and it '. i ." -', It. ,
r.di in the east, beyond the pillars of liercules meinder, lm I h r.. h .'-h p.i3 hp -nd i l.
yo u Mr. Editor, inrthewest, ,l!1sa i.pi niM .. s .. o, .i ''1.,ri l .Lba .r '
Sprosperous, nd estimated w- o. 1 ,,. 1 i ,. ; i n'..I;', h t . ,I.m t. 1 i
1oER. May the when is cy. Si I :r -,,..i ,., i. .., r,.t u i .- .-r.h ic i. t, t n,, ,
measure eofkaowl- Bethieham His feet trod on thb shores of ,' -.I . l.i, 5 ,, i,, t p.di
oGalilee, or on the plain, of Jerich to be of, it 1is fr i isi.. 1,'
old a year' sr beiJptizedein theu Jordan, sives mu'st have .., t i i So siepad honi
p tines augad joys. ministered, if Y .- -,u., Ii .... .f H,,,.,a.
er s id the bad unto nallaboent e l .1 . i' l ,,, .I' l i, h a. r. t i .. l h.
he cheerful have, Mount of Olives His foot was last printed .... ,Lh.ia : .n L. 11. sl,, lo, tha -
Heaven comfort upo n that roik, which tradition or super sti ,, ,.. ~ r 5,nll-,, tone.i ,rne Ia,.
ti o now. shows, whilr ascendingng i to. .i inlrtaeea to ..a re d tplm tfra
s"glory .Heaven; 'is eyes, as they overlooked A n l ir, a it, .1.';. ,i r in r.- Ldy Ir.
course shall fall Jerusalem, 'and glanced from the mollutains ,..r i r i, a
har, die in full the ale of Sharon,'.ust have "",.,, ',r .. ..,r a. -

T h, I'm t ..ul uj.: .', l r i. i a ,...c l.. a.r. .i v 1 a n ot] 0 r '
all-grai ous Son! rested upon tfiouands and teiils s oftlou.ands r .
a -m m e of slaves:' Jhude r where He I. .. bw.s o, a. .. i r .:.t -d ai. tle Iah.Lca., whi,:
l tu Galilee, where lie lived, Egypt, that Hi L :.rm.,,d Amercan i:n
Ihe closing year. visited, all , ,'.'-n. 1h.1;n States.' A _,I t,, ,.r,,-
last hours with Abra.ham, .: I 1 1 .. ,k, 'e lo h.e r im ,cl.O a ,i , ta.i. t., Lh t s u' ame ,ilte,
S renewed and patriarchs, were holders : ,o.-ni il. -LA.ih lg I-.- I ,II- draio the !nv-t
and bondwomIn. "And owt if t here i -t f.r I I- J m,.:A ,,Ih ai:e
ry truly, I,, r i. :, Bible any suelo dedL uni atl ins '.. ,tl ,i, 5.1,l it. o .,.:.i tIjr t, WXT -
C slavery r of .I,,i.h...1 e..-. .. i.,, ., ...1, A i' ., 'i .. _. li .
l av p b. sear from i m ,a iio,,h ,, Sqil.. .

1 1 l ,, l II; F -:, l .it 1 i ,r v l: .on w h i c h L ,ri.. ,. r oe t 'in i )l s .h
St n a ,.,L .u o l; -d.,t t 1 t ,ist i -it .;.-.i I .' 'i .,,u. I hi.. 5ln ,,:.L da h I, a- ,, JA ng1
i, l respect the irhi .L au-i, I. , i;-11. I b, .' ], w 1 S l ,,ii t,, sd,,t c i a laDi hir tihl ly-
,r'-,,.*,r dwi,..ndwn hin eh, I,:,d n u W, i . I, ,-s !h r:. m .ao t j i n I:- t .r I I.. i i- a e LLb sam te bank,',
the i o.. ie. i f. hi 'sugnu tWsm i Itn.- lin .. S ;,r. .: T a ..,i id uznsi hmi, h,-- esil ,hid : "Bahd !uele
ned w~infanteyesin ou r ,it i, i L, imt. Li.. t,, i n tL.- isa ii l ,. y-- tm' i ay ii6; dirl a
[t i h I, nness, God takes us to iL- tpi,,, ri,.ll,.af, J lirsr. i!. ai l I .l i.: t,,a, for a II t ieu int
conseorates us t- [iH ... i,- ,S It-, III tL.. a t,,' ", i tr
i,. ont.. d. t.i- --of youth, 0I, t h, : -[-i..:,..- l i, tha..,s
Shave ha w h o Lies the nupi., D, t.. o 1i.. ..i,:_ ri A Ii-nn,,,r, t ri'io .:.ivns a JI s ad min e ti
uld have ta pin ur ti on cai,'. ca .r .. .ir , 1h,.lh.lcr:, \'li. n- 70a ,,6 Jim f-cAr he
i ti n il I g r 11. .,l d,i.o. thl" t .,',,V ,l , '.r,.t ,.e J,.I lo ,.,'* u -1 I,,- l t da,1 d' y,% hr h" ,,I : n
nee.-- Worcester-I be
.. 1 I. : .] -.i bed wit .t,it ,', "i ha .a :.. I .,,L.l,,. I,, I,,rk o hI,, m ini; .. ,
Stherm ,i .- ,: u .,i~ .1.T,. , ,.r I, F i -1 i.., ih, I oJJd1 r ce i&d awn opl,, pto haO S no he r
the motive of him, intercedin' 1i- ,i .u; ,.-4 I, 'I I,,A,, r..,ntd p uit n iit, andn he u tkletid i, return
inced by the Spy, of God., B. I,, ,, .: .n. e'%. I th1 ,-v 1.!Sur, ri.mad,rwhheb resulted.
at the eannese whorai against ,hal ad ,,'.t6, it, a h ,ls,.,o iy 52 in.ji n iryy.
flant rail not s9 ? .1j ye I a",- s h.1.
' citizens" Twho r,.: -, lutn An Iten, d.n w1l. t,...,mlimc:.:nlScr afn Vr.
to. their traffic c, ale ,. i' nh ,,t.i .a ..l't n a hll tlno .toli d elt` h lie the b rn utry .
iey shouted the Saviour on earth ..I. l e ,. ,,'",.. &us ,In.. 1k al i ie. L Ia 1. 6 Iwo re lL," e ays
..- 1-i- ,.1l a.r w.4 d t h,- i.b s., ,t.: aJ ,i[thie W.AIIl, p as bIn Ih..., ",rn d ifnl I l hat ir d terL fri thl miL eo
,' shoulders the yo el' c .. '. I ,,,...n,, ;- .,hZ .hi- t, .ate Is- ri a ,r e ."
T b.. "I i, ,: I l si, ,' l I s l, n li,
the Cua.iILUinlin. I s...I.: lis- ft.h..tbrin 'is, 5 nbelei;n ber's
,___, __ f r the resolutions. iltl, than be ,lm-.'. a l biy hbi lhungr by
VI- t-.. led,- 'T'he reesiutions, were then d.,f-.p.d b' ,., n...ihnt ni at . ,, I she h inntl. ,.. .... lnig ,.iun has beare. reft-fio' d,
,..I, h I;,,.a.o four li ..,.A, WA t .* bck1tholroken tending It lti.-b alef that Spdtl dhi"eillet a..
i..," fl..-br; word, the: speed. aarow,,th past feand theclaimiat' ui"ts, Ct;yt rJf the United

the neglected opportunity. i States.



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S'-S' thern Mail is doe onSiuidays at 5 P. IM




.-i- AS oen hand every leading BrnI d of the day.
ive hiii a call and examine for yourselves.
im 81,
""' following Terms estahlishgd by Law,
form the regular and stated terms of ihe
W"oate Coon for SL John's county held at the
'ey S SL Augustinf- .The first Mondays of
W"J..anfmm September, and ihe last Monday of.
-'Febary, hereford the last Mouday of Feh-
S"-_ary, being the fr, erm of said Co.urt fur
.i E ounty, Ezeo0s, Admi:nist'atlor- nnd
on .-wmrliams.. are het~b notified to rider cur-
-o account, of receipts and expenditures .-f
--afl Esaaies of-which they may have c-uulroh:
'"due and lawful notice having first been given
[ r their intention thereto.
.f .. Judge o Probate, St. Johncoun y.
Jan. 7, 180). ,
V.'' 1y ILL be sold oW"fhmi-first .Mnndlay in Aiu-
S-W gst n rt, beherfthAe Court Holiie in site
'--- pity St. Aeguatier tfollawing prp-irt3 or
o. .t- srfo ma asCiflS.nII^S e'-Peee and cuuty
Taes maid expenaesia thereon for the year
t:- A,b.y the. eirs of-Msra. LawrenceE to ir I
.-' the undivided alf ora tract of land sitiatcd- ed
.lhe North river bonttlrt- n:miles North of St7.
t.' Auts ine, bounded on Ih NorLh by tracts ol
Smitb, F: P. Sacbezr'and public land-,
rA~f 4&rt' SoU by

S No. 051.
N pursuance of law, I JAMES BUCIIANAN,
President of the aUnited States of Amerisca,
do ltireby oolare Mid make known that pub-
lic sales will be held at the undermentioned
lend offices In thi State. of Flhrila, at tihe
periods iorcliiiltr deo-gnatoel, 10 wil :
At the landl oflficeat Tiillnlt-a-.'1E. iittnneri -;rig
on Mondnja, thlutwenitilI ,1' .y oi Fibriutry iesi,
for lhe disposal of thIr r hlrinl- ;ii 1110 e r,. -
nn1sm e'ed areeri ,,ao ,e i ,.'" .-- t .,''o, ,, With in i ll
iiundermentonsio dJ lowiln i].,, i'ti i titittn it.
llit ULliled Sltes, 1 itldli si. nile 'itn icli
side of the railronals frc-m St. Johh'ii' riirl, at
Jaf'ksonville, so she welirs of r i-.inlian bay., t
or near Peisnoola ;" nrid 'from lPensnacolaeso
the Sinte line if Alalania, in tie direotirtn-of
NMintgoinery ;" silubjict, as reqiire-1 lhy law, to
a mintimrim uf tr, dolls aatdjlf.i,' r'it, j'i, ure,

Townalships I and 2, of rango 1.
T.),i\nshiil. 1, 2, aud 3, ofratiges 2 and 3.
Townships 2 aud 8, orf range 4.
Townships 1, 2, 8, and 4, of range 5.
Townamslips 2, 3, nd 4. 4 rtingts C, 7, and S.
T'owi.slaips 2, 3, 4, andj o, of niitiaa 9.
Toijn'ships '3, 4. iand i, cof range I0).
Townslhip-s 2, 3. 4, andI 5, of intges 1 I and 12
Townships 2; 3, ad.l 4. of tanigs 183, 14, and
Town-d.lps 2, 3, 4, and 5, uf ranges 1.6 an-I
Townships 2, 3; and 4, of ranges 18, 19, 20,
21, 2,2. 2., and 24.
TowutilpS 1, 2, 3, anitu 4, of rangtip 25.
Towrnshipi 1. 3, njd 3, of r-tigu's 2-, awl 27.
'ruwnshtlha 1,.2, 3, 0, asi, U, of' tit-ugei 20 an'
Tjavnsli p, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and of range-s 30,
.l, aid 32.
,,56oth 'Vftif, /,ha. hbite riand ?i oq/f th pril,-
Cifal / eit2lidtt a.
Township, 1, of innge 1 anrid "2.
Towuinsp- 1 aid "2, ..f range 2f.
T'owacsips I, 2, ind 3, of range 30.
-Townships I and 2, of range 31.
Arl'th ofjthe base hlil. at1 (Cast if lire pr'il.
vripzl lmen.litiuto,
Town'llip 2. at range I.
T'jiwno li|ps l and 2, of ranges 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
? 1, r ,'. 1 ly> 1, of ranges II 12.
SoC'/i iof tic basf- line oidl cast oftl e pri'i-
cipual m r,'idian.t.
Townshlip 1, of ranges 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
an d 0.
Township I and 2, o.f ranges 10 rand 11.
At the annd Rt Nerwnaisaville, cutnioen'-
intg on Monday., th1 fish day vf M N rc-h ntiat, ftor
the Jd;poaral of the stutarat I,,ndS in tLie lcO-
itiiiittier'd drpl,o-,s a d piUii (it cer i'' l within
she ufAJertucnti.,niedi tornthips, iihhieb remain
-e .Ujnired Statens. within si x il:es on each
side of-V'e railro.dis "-irom St. Juin's river, at
.jeCkso1 iille. Lo the waters of bay. t-i
or nc-.r 'ensncula ;" atv-, ':f me ia island,
non rtle A.tlani. to thg k-ist impa bay,

f cSi and according to the
. I (overiuineMt surve.a containing l,l1a).4j-10UU
res. The:whoteof Eaid trrct h.s Lr-en Lere-
m-- e assessed no Win. T'f ers.
A. f'. lif'lERO,Sh 'hS Ex-off. Tax.
An ,.sir & t'oll cor St. Johns.Counly.
Jan. 7. I- "
Y Virtue af a Writ issued out-of the Pro-
SbasieCoar orSL-..Julise County andto
ne direcitet I Sla oter for Sale in front of
the Coprt WlouseWihe City of m.t Augustine at
he iunial hours sale on Mondy; the 0th day
pf February lS60 all thni'eeriaui Tr:act of Land
Granted to P. ID.."Yonne", and i icd upon as
the Properly of JIenry Y', being in Town-
-kip 5., Range 't8 S. and E. tje 42, nnd con-
ti aming Igpo Trlonaind aisl Eorly Eight acres.
-20 sacres.-)
SoId fur State and County Taxes for year
S ,59 and necessary expen-es. "
A. ... iLOIEM Sheff.St. J. C.
Wt. Augustine, Dec. 3118B, "
B Y virtue of the powerin me vested by law, I
shUll offer for sale in front of" the Court
R Housein the eity of St. Augustine st the usual
hours of sale on Monday the 2nd clay of July
-r" A Honuse and Lot in George street bounded
lorth by lot of Thos. D. Lowther. Weot by
Marian Sanchez Creek, Sbb thby lot of Ber-
iardo Stegni and East by said George street.
Levied upon for i-'ate nq. county Taxes for
rhe y.aa 1859, as the property of A. W. Wal-
.ker. A. D. IO(RERO. .eff. & Ex-off.
Tei Ass. & Col. St. Johh'nuounly.
St. Augustine, Dec. 31, 1859.


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Cheap Goods.

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-ON DON PICKLES, French and Engliah Mus-
American Anstard
Olives, Raising.,
Currants snd Citron
Venter Table-and Mantle Fluid Lamps .
itationery,'Paper, Pensk, Envelopes; &c
]-ors le by 4OMi W. tu%'IN\,\. .
o o, ".'

wih n branchto Cedar Key, on He" 8T
JI R C'. i J- M I A iQ tcmiiro~a.l h% In -I n ., n

miniiiiiuui of' ta, t ii jd ., oi pf r aerf,
Siz :



Sbuth of /'th bse li;,e a's ni of 'ticprin-
criil merridi',,n.

Townships 1 tdd 2, of range 11. v
Townships 1, |. and 3, of range 12. c
Townships 1, 83, 11, and 15, f range r
13. ,
rTownships I," , 4., 1, 14, &14d 15, of rqngp
14. f
Townships 2( 3, 4 12, 13, 14, and 15, of I
range 15. 1 '
Townships 3 4, 11, 21 18, and 14, of I
r.sing". I,;. .
T,,,l.ip 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, and 13, of
t'laLge 17.. s
T.):.w-iIipa2 3, 4, 10, 11, and 12, of range.
18. '
Townships 2j,8, 4, 8, 9,. of ranges 19 and k
20.' "
T.oiwnahlips 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, a7pd, 9, of
rngeL *21 nd 22.
Townhipb 1:2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of range I
23. 1 *
Toaulhij.s 1. 2; 38, and 4, of range 24.
.\l the aiand office at St. Augustine, com-
mencing on M iday, the twenty-seventh day
of February ne: for the disposal of the vacant
lands in the evel-numbered sections ia ppqrr of,,
.wlt.-,s. I thiin. ie under entionod townships,
which remain it the United States, within six
miles on each s e of the railroads "from St.
John's river, at9Jahksonville, to the waters of
Escambia-. bay, it or iiea-r Pen acola;" and
"from Ameliaa sand,.on the Atlantic, to the
waters of Tamp bay, with a branch to Cedar
Key, in, he G of Mc-ica ;" subject, as re-
quired by law, a minimum of two dollars and
ifty cents itt a. e, viz:
North of'the ls, /I/,' and east oftle hcrin-
a cal meridian.

"Townships 1 td 2, of range 23..
TownEhip 1 and 3. of ranges 24, 25,28,,
27, and 28
Sotaul of the t seline andceast ofthe prin-
-* ci ,l me'.idian..
STownlhips 1. nod 8. of ranges 2e and 26
Lands appro inted by law for lthe use of
schools., 4,i.inr and other pirposos, together
willi the "4iatu and overfloned" land-., will
be excluded, front he sales. ., .
The trieLS alo g the lines of the railroads
will be sold, s.ut te to lie right of way. grant-
ed by act of '4th ugust, 1862, for said railroad
and the partioul tracts cut by the routes will
be sald as cons ing ihe quantities respective-
ly shown i o official plants, without deduc-t
The offering the above lands will be com-
menced on the ays appointed, and will. pro-
ceed in order i ihich they are advertised until
the whole shall ve been offered, and, the sales
thus closed; b) no sale shall, be kept open
longer than tw, weeks, and no private entry of
any of the ab lands will be' admitted until
after the expura n of the two weeks.
Given under y hpnud, at the city of Wash-
ingloon. this fi anih day of November, anne
Dnomini one tho and eight hundred and fifty-
By th4s Paedidpn JAMES BUHIIANAN.:
S. A. SiTHm Commfissioner of the Geqeral
&,nJ O.cle.
Every person nsititledi to the jgiht qf pre-
emption tu allny le lands V.ithin ilia' town-
ships above eni elated it requimied tp.estab-_
Slish the same to e satisfaction, of the Register.
and receiver of he proper land office, and
make payment t refor as soon as practicable
after s,eeihg this notice, and before the day ap-
pointed for the )mmencement of the public
sale of lands bracing the 'tracts claimed;
otherwise such' 4im will be forfeited.
. S MITH, Commisioner
Vf the General Land Offlce.'

S. W. Gault,


P TCTURES of any style in the art taken at
Sthei sl'rteist notieoo and r mniolrate prices.
A haLlli'tl seolctOitun of stu Ot.- opeo ph.itr'sc for
lt-. 24,

S'l.-, T7imrt.-,. Sutors. (or their
,id tdl.'.. or oiphnon. rhl rcit, l who mc-rved in
aniy IAltIS or Bu ca., eitlier in Califorsin or
(eSu, -,.t ir,.; to'. ,,,-. 3d. 18r.), I. u, mr cteil-
dren oi'. ? tene le, 2:1 ,',.r,S at /i-ti d te, or sai-
lois a io si r'.i l rit r i.-'n't of C'lif.-.r iia in the
Mexic tiii w.r will .I, w..-I. .t.flJre-is iu Clalns have buten -uji-utod in the aiunis of ohler
ta .en;'. 6 1 bLo u utfOosalullyOm 1 l'i 0 y us.
P.A:l. Lsl and t ri.ilt.. houglht and sold to order,
arid all lbuine s ie.i-iiiiing o at, grnt at Wash-
igton, niteniled to. R. 11. LLOYD & CO., nt-
torneys. for Cliii'n, Pensions, Bounty Lnad, &c.
Reference to any of the heads of Deopaiments.
Doe :. :l. It.



T IHlE Siil',irii.'r lias 1 8
'n e-.I :i' in ci ,bli-l -
ii'i. i l on C.'h lrlutil itl'eer tiei ly .I p- i-
osii Ne-i.n's Dry O jlo-,- u t.,i--e, ul ice he will
hilway kLeep on Ianll, anil turni-h
it rill Iioii' IIo is in constant receipt of
Oyriei, frnit Mrtinnas.
fllutls :nid Families supplied at short n lice.
\M. BAY\\A.\.

To di, 'lyJsicia,,s, ,'t" hif Suiiith in .Stat,.<.
Wolfe'"l nulne Cognac Brandy,
Wolfe's Genuine Port Wine,
.'olfe's Genuine Madeira wine,
Wolfe's Genuine Sherry Wine.
I ntm now suiplying tillu trale jith pure Cog-
nac Brandy, in bottles, both for umeoical and,
.rtvaie u e. The imminiie ,UCCEas that has
crowned my t.riIa- to I lace a pure Gin within
the reach of rll, under the name of Aromatic
Sclienam Schbtapps, atS. to diivce out of the
market ithe conpo.uinld ,.-l as Gin
throughout the country, led ainny leading drug-
gits., apothecariei andi niclijl nion, fir ,:,nie
years tjs-t, to solicit me to purstie the same

! r"a- tt*i-naI.-r-n wr-

lhqudl hsae comlilled with these rcqueh&A fromt
Fll IIUari Ir. l.Ltng iag iut% ui. d -terre Ir i) ir t
by tihe fiesi. ili owiring o the e ,rlI-itant i icec
I U -l'n hdi til Fr.un c,, c:nslll., ii ii.u li the -sh rt-
lesS of ibe grape crop lur r years, tltere
.was noh cancere of my being able to import the
hoicoest Brandy, 1o.ttle it and sell it ap mode-
ate price. Fortunately for nme, the g rpero.p
or the lat anu4 previous year (and the prospect
fo this) vas abundant, and prices qf Brandy
have fallen to tl*c standard of tern years ago..-
The duty on Brandy is also seventy per cent
o,er, and I- have now made arrangements
wlth. tour 'audy exporters in France, of the
highest rep-#e, and aut regularly receiving con-
signments of the best Coguitic Brandy, which 1
am '.ri1 tig ,nai selling as Wolfe's Gehuine Co-
gnac Brandy. I guarantee itl, nV v ty s.:l, labels
and certificates, the Brnd_ so,. boutle.l by me,.
as the pure, unadulterated article, agd, it will
be found, when used as a medicine, a beverage,
or a cordial, healthful and invigorating., Ithas
been a matter of universal ewua.plyiut, that a
bottle of pure, unmixed French Brandy, was
rery difficult to obtain, and the purchaser, nine
times in tn, wias deceived with a vile maniufac-
tured imitation. Of all descriptions of ardent
spirits, Brandy, from its high price, has been
the oe article that mixers and sellers have
turned their attention, to, and millions of gal-
lons of the so-called French Brandy have; been
scattered annually through the land, and have
been the primary cause of murders, suicides,
cruelties and. gXites, and ave seent thousands
to an early grave, self-destroyers, from delirum.
tremens, mania-a-potu and horrors, names un-
known, until unprincipled men began, to make
maddening compounds and sell it as the pure
French Brandy.
The virtues of pure French Brandy need not
be told by me. They are know throughout,
the world as a medicine or mild stimnulant. It
is, as the Frentch nation poetically call it "Eau
de vie," the watqr of-life. But this, applies.
to it only when pure and unadulterated, Maik-
us act urod with the fearful ingredients that make
a good imitation, it becomes a death drink to
innocent tens of.thousands of bur race. To
remedy a 'fearful evil, I have commenced im-
portiug Braudy, Lostling it, aiid selling it as.
"Wolle's Genutine Coggnal Brandy" I am
daily- reouivLng orders 'ir-n tille ,*Jju';il.ts aid
apotx'.lear;ei i SlU l.,aritse' tIe 4uIioij', tJu sell it
for medical pu.'irpoies.
No. 22 Beaver Street, New York.
BGc Agents in New Orleans: E. J. Hart &
Co., A. D. Grtieff& Co. J. T. M-opre & Co.
SNov. 19 8m

St. Augustine City M3ills Co. )-
vs. [ In Cjancery.
Nathan Cobb.
BY virtue of a Decree of the Hon. court of
Chancery, of the Circuit court of the East-
ern Circuit of Florida for the county of St.
Johns dated July 29 1859. I will expose for
sale on Monday the 2d dhy of January next,
beipg tihe firtB Monday of January 1860, at 12
o'clock noon in front of the court Rouse in the
city of St. Augustine, the said St. Augustine
City Mills, together with the property of every
name nature and description hliereunto belong-
ing or in any wisie apporaluilng.
Terms of sale; one half of tiie purchasenmo-
ney to be paid in cash on slie day of sale, anA
t lie balance in: one and two years, wiith, interest
on tile bond and secur4y. The title ti his with-
held until the payments ar0 completed.
The above sale it postponed until the first
MAQpday in February 1860, by consent.
Sheriff St. Johns county.
St. Augustine, St. Johns county
Nov. 29,1859, : dec8
OOLLINS Axes, Spades, Shovels, Corn Mills,
Grubbing Htoes, CutOry Combs &c. -
-. E. CARIt,

Mlerclihnts' Hotel,




Thn sulserlber having taken the anlovewell
known and favorite Hooel, w-i il] beg leave re-
spectfully to inform the former of the
Ihuste, as woil as :he iraveling pultln'. that he
lhas thoroughly repaired an-I re-furnished it,
an-d made many changes whish will add to its
eumfotrt as a home. and as a public re'oirt. He
would also sake occasion to assure ltcem that
no effort will be spared on the pnrt of himself
or assistance, to reuder their sojourn at the

easnnt and satisfactory.
ct. 15. 3m

WV ILL be sold, before the Court House door
in Enterprise on Lhe fir'l Monday of
June n. st, the following property. or so
nimuch iherebf, as will pay the State and
cunry itase, and expenaes ,lde Ihereon for the
yer 185I. by ihe heirs of D-, Ft'ug-rs. to wit;
One hinit'iinnd .Acre of Iilnd. N.-rth of New
Snvi na, lb',un,ld North by Ormond's lands
S.-t i hy Dumiinelt's, Ea-.t bv slie river, West by
public lan-hl.
Tax l'ollcci.-r .I VoltUita Coanty.
TIe alove sale is for the purpose of perfect-
ing ithe title.
N,vr 12 P. B. DlUMAS, Agent.

Tax Colleotor's Sale.
IWILL be sold,. on the first Monday of May
nest, before the Court House duor inSt,
Augustine, tlollowiing property du pay the
State and county laxesand expensesduc thereon
for the year 1859, hby the heirs of De Pongeres,
to wit : a Lot oppoisae B E. Carr's store; a Lot
u'.I.l..utting South the Wallen Hlouse; a Lot ad-
jinuing North Leonardy'a premises.
A. D. IIOGE1IO,'Sheriff & Bx off.
Tax Assessor & Collector, S. J. C.
The above sale is for the purpose of perfect-

I ~ ftA~ MflTIflWR I

T*'-"F---a -rw 0 IsuEw .a


AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
l- river East Florida is now open
for the reception of Boarders.
.aj This Hotel ihas recently been
built and newly furnished. It is on the East
side of the St. Johns river six miles above Pico-
lata at the terminus of the St. Johns Rail Road
SmoW be-ing conitructedi cennoecting this point
with St. gautin. in. .ne of it-wages wilileave
5t. Augukti-ne every Tiirsl.,y f'.r Tocoiand re-
rirning Icito TuO.i ev\ry Friday uniil the
Hi l'-Ith.nd is coniilheed
Appl;ciants for bo rd will plrise ilapply to .
J. W.. .huL, Tocol Fin .
Dec. 10 1 5'.

sng I seT IfOU 4~~ffKA 'w Te a: w

Nov. 8.

S .',Ur\ACTUnu.D in every variety and
S;.ile, Tund sold at giueaty reduced prices
37 Central street, Boston
(Successors to E. F. Jones & Co.)
N. B.-The Jones Burner, recently improved,
gives more ght and consumes less oil, thanan any
other "Kcrjsene" or Coal Oil Burner manufac-
tured. 8m Nov. 12

S selling Kerosene Oil $1.75 per Gal.
Crushed Sugar 12 1-,2
Brown d... 10 per lb.
Steam do. 11 per lb.
Goshen Butter 31 1-4 lb.
Coffee Tibs for $1,00
Adamantine Candles 30c. per lb.
'Elephant Oil for Lamps 1.25, &e.


Quakoer City Publishing House!!

10,000 Catalogues,


1@, A new and sure plan for obtaining GOLD
and SILVER WATCHES and other valuable
Prizes. Ful' particulars given in catalogues,
which willbe sent free to all up.:,n ',pplicutilu.
Valual.le Gits, worth from St.i.cts. to S11i1',.
GiUARANTEED to each purchaser. il 3'.i.i.i.Ju)
in Gifts have been distributed to my patrons
within thepast six- mouhJis-il.OI,0,u) to be iis-.
iributh d luring bhe niit is imonilhs. -
The inducementa- otleitd Agents are ntiarl
libes al than those of any other house in Lthe budi-
ness. +'
lavilng been in the Publishing.and BUoOksel-
ling business for the last eight years, my expe-
rience enables ame to.conduct tihe rift Enlerlipize
with the greatest antil'action, to all.
A@? AGENTS WANTED in 'cry Town and
County. ForfulJ parliularsanddress
Qualker City Publishing House,
88, South Third Street,
oct 1--4m Philadelphia, Pa..


JUST received per Schr., Mary. Louisa direct
from New York:,
60 Bbls. Suthilern Floar, W. Wheat,
12 Bbls., Extlra Pilot BIread,
18 dp.. Irish Potatoes,
do.. Onions,
do. Soda Cracker;,
da.. Sugar,
do. utter,
do- Farina,
14 Boxes'Colgate Br. and W. Soda Soaps,.
14 ilj. Variu'ited,
5 Bils. SLuit'a Ctrushed and pulverized.
-. i Illxe, lntaroh,
.fl'e, Candles and Canrlies.
Oct. 22 M LDOWNEY.

S00 bushels N. C. Corn., -
80 Larrelb x, N. C. Flour just received.
J. E;, MgPDO-UG-

A LL persons having any claims or demands
against the Estate of Kingsley B. GiBOs,
are required to exhibit the same within two
years, and those indebted to the Estate, are re-
quired to make payment immediately to
Doc. 31. 1859 Executrix.


SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the
Court of .Probate of the county of St.
Johns for letters of Administration de boeas
non with the will annexed, upon the Estateof
ltbirts MHaurdey, drceased.
St. AuLustineJan. 7, I.A),
IX wWek date I shIAll piy he
glw^.ow-Sae oflttobka
Pla., for letersa Si'niuitratign-de#boud non
&e., wiih the will annexed upon the estate of
Joseph L lernandez, deceased.
Jan. .7,1860,.
IS hereby given to all whom it may concern
that I haxe this 3d'day of December A. D.
1859 revoked, annulled, and made void a Letter
of Attorney by~me given to J. C. Hemming, Esq.
in February, of thereabout, in the year 1858.
Ex. Est, ofA. Dupont dec.
Dec. 10 1859,


A LL-persons indebted to the Estate of Gad
.IHumphreys late of St. John's county, de-
ceased are requei-'l to make immediate pay-
ment to theundersigned; and all persons having
claims against said Estate, will present them du-
ly authenticated within the time prescribed by
law, or this notice will be plead in bar.
Nov. 26th 1859. Administratrix.

Subscribers to Stock, and Stockholders in St.
S John's Rail Road Company, are required to
makepayment orsatisfaction thereof, to said
corporation, at their office at Tocoi, of an in-
stalment of fifteen per centum, or fifteen dollars
on each and every share, before or on -the 26th
day of December 1459. Also fifteen per centum,
or fifteen dollars on each share on the 27th.,
28th., 29th., 30th., and 31st days of December
1859, and an installment of Nine dollars on or
before the 2nd day of January 1860,.
Acting Secretery.
Toeoi, Nov. 24th., 1839.
APPLICATION will be made tu the Judge or
thk Circuit Court or .hldge of Probate of St.
Johns county, for authority to sell certain reil
estate of I. C. Miller for the purpose of a more
profitable insAmlent.

S-IX months after the date hereof I shall ap-
ply to the Judge of Probate of St. Johns
county for my discharge as administrator with
the will annexed of the Estate of Hannah
Smith, deceased.
St. Augustine, June 25, 1859.

A LL persons indebted to the Estate of John
Dick, deceased, late of St. Johns county,
are hereby requested to make immediate pay-
ment to the undersigned; and those having
claims against said Estate, are requested to pre-
sent them duly authenticated.
Nay.. 13, 1859..

SIX weeks after date application will be made
to the Judge of Probate of St. Johns coun-
ty for letters of administration on the Estate of
Austin French.
Nov. 51859.


PPLICATTON will be made by the Direct-
A-, of St. Johns Rail Road Compapy;',at
th- adJjou-fied so s -in, for an amendment of the
Charier of said R. Ilr,ad.
St. Augustine, .August 27, 1859;. 8m.


TWO months after date I shall present to
John L. Phillips Judge of Probate of St.
Johns county my accounts and vouchers of the
Estate of Abr' tham Dupont, late ,f said county
deceased; and l6o rat tu he same time ind place.
my eccoutms an]l voiohers as Trustee of Miss E.
V. Dupont. J. C. HEMMING,
Ex. de i-*oi and Trustee
for Miss E V. Dupont
Nov. 1N20i. Ie..;.


itlX months after date hereof I shall make ap-
plication to the Judge of Probate of Put-
nam county for a final settlement and for my
discharge as the administrator of the estate of
AntuinuOiroux, deceased late of saiti county.
August 13, 1859. 8w


ALL L.ersonsindebtesd so the Estate of Wm.
W. O`te.s. lie of St. Johns county, deceased
are requested to make immediate payment to
theoundersigned; and all persons having claims
against said-Estate, will present theauduly au-
thenticated within the time prescribe. by law,
or thismnotice will be plead in bar. .
Oct. 22, 1859. Sw Administratrix
1% Ttf i o-ifa ."' *

A L persons indebted to the Eptate of /..n-
nah Smith deceased are requested to make
-immediate paaymnt to the undersigned end. all
persona hn.'aig clqima ns against the said Estate
are required to present the samma within two
years, or this notice will be pleadin bar-of their
payment. -* -
- Admnlnijirntor dr brmia noo
Hannah Smith dec.
St, Augustine March 109., 18i5..

8 Prizes of 60 approximating to
3.000 prize are 480
8 Prizes of 50 approximating to
%2O000 prize are 400
8 Prizes of 40 approximating to
1,500 prize are 382
8 Prizes of 30 approximating to
1,100 prize are 240
400 Prizes of 20 approximating to
100 prize are 8,000
25,000 Prizes of 10 are........... 250;000

25,S28 eating to.......S366,040

Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5,
Quarters $250.

The numbers from I to 50,000 corresponding
with those numbers on the tickets printed
separate slips of paper, are encircled with sme -
in tubes and placed in one wheel. -
The first 179 Prizes, similarly printed and en'"-
circled, are placed in another wheeL-
The wheels are then revolved, a number
is drawn from the wheel ofNumbers, and at th6
same time a Prize is .drawn from the wheel
of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is
drawn from the other wheel, The number and:
prize drawn out are op_ ed and exhibited to the-
audience, and registe-red by the Commissioners;
the Prize being plisoed against the Number
drawn. This operation is repeated until the
prizes are drawn out.
Approximation Prizes.-The two
proceeding and the two succeeding' Nambers Lti
those drawing the first 9 Prizes will be enti-
tled to the 448 Approximation Prizes. For ex-
ample: if Ticket No. 112W0 draws the $30.000,
Prize, theses Tickets numbered 11248, 1129,.
11251, 11252 will each be entitled to $200. If'
Ticket No 6050 draws the $15,000) Prize, those
tickets numbered 548, 549, 551, 5532, will each.
be entil6d to $160, find so on according to there
above scheme. ... .

CertillerIes of Packages ; be
sold at the following rate., which is ithe vtlsk:
Cer. of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets...$60
lOhlf 30 '
** 10 Quarter" 15
lO Eighlh '-* 7. 0L
Enclose the money to our address for tickets
ordered, on receipt of which they will be forward-
ed by hrst mail. Purchasers can have tickets
ending in any figurethey may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be
sent tc purchasers immediately after the draw-
%. Purbchasers will please writa their sig'-
naturet, pliui, and give their, q9ounty,
i andStaie ..
and Remember that every prize is drawn
and payable in full without deduction. .
gr. All prizes $1,000 and under paidimmej
iitely after the drawing-other prizes at the- ,
usual time of thirty days.
.All comMniulcations a5ricily confidential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
MoKINNEY & CO., Savannah, Ga.
BR A list of the numbers that are drawn
from the wheel, with the amount of the prize that
iach one is entitled to, will be published after
xverydrawing, in the Savannah Daily News.
Feb. 12

J. E. lMeddaugh,
l for Invalids, and al/ those who are affeut-
ed with the ague, 'would do well to'give him a
ca]l if they wish to be served with good spirit.
-Dec. 24. -
-UST received from CarleSton a lot of choice
HAMS, Lard, Bunter, Cheese, Crackers,
ag Family Flour, &o. ... -
bohtl B. E. ('ABR.

B- <2

Georgia State Lottery.

Royal Havana Lottery,
---For the benefit of the---
Authorized by Special Act of Legislature

EVERY TWO ickfrs' *.

MeKINNEY & 90., Managers.
To be drawn in public under the swyrim periu-,
tendence of two Commissioners, appoinlue ti
that purpose, in the! .
City of Samaii.
C -. , .T .



Tickets only lo.i

Class 53, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 1860.
Class 54, to be Drawn Jan. 14, 1860.
Class 65, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 1860.
Class 56,6to be Drawn Jan. 28, 18Z60.
On the Plan of Single Numbers

Fifty Thousand Tickets!

1 Prize of 60, 000 is $o,0 -
1 ". 0.,bi is 20,000
1 1,0)0 -is 10,000 .
1 5,00) *is 5,000
1 4,00) is 3,000.
I 8 ,0
1 3,000 is 2,000
S 1,500 is 1,500
1 1,100 is, .1,100
56 1,000 are 5,00()
S1000" 00 are 5,000
S2 400 are 800
2 300 are 600 -
2 200 are 400
50 150 are 7,500
100 1.00 are 10,000
4 Prizes of $200 approximating to.
$60,000 prize are 800.
4 Prizes of l50appromiatng to.
20.000 prize are 60t
4 Prizes 6f 100 approximainglo .-t
6B,0W_ p.e _.are 400

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M. Downey

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Godh r p n. 6iurl l= & Ind iI r v. .-rg U*.
Simtsbue isad ialiil.r tp-.i rt.ll .. I. r il.r..i
widt Lhbgrje d p iaa[ .'.I 'LLi cur-.ttr tnd ai wdti j
6e. .ir^ll -- iwsasi ai i-Oj Isw rii' l .4.
SWfADcOL IS wdli w-rLt, ton ftbi -J ti''i.iu i i1
will hot plea.iurn i-... W Ltd .-vis C..11 Ua.J

f "a e F a .m il U i r ;.. fr .:. r. r.l..i .L ll r r iv .
S.i,. '21 J IL TIlE t.,'luii


% 'SE I tE.du ,7Iaii .,:i.'. ,..nL]. Ul

11 L.)n.J.,n Dj r` r,-. J. t blt;?r i.L ,
tL_' IcJrr Bri.jiy, ,7.-gnuo ,3,Jj" jil.L.,n;
Booa Familay WtuAej. Purse I.- i..L..g -l.1 i. -
k'Y. UIt Bcmlbu n % in-k Be.:=' Wi.y,
.lmer-mL'an u Pure IN. B Rirni, lsbb.IJ. Ar.:.,
MiUt' h.i n.ahr-i. 'lu,.t [L Wine. S L-riy, I %ia
Ci "ranL ffu, 1 [it l biinL J IF '.. mat ii
JUOlLh, n. l'1i.ii, L.'.ih. n.-J, A i
FI rter. 7'sri.iI-., olf Cbi .ia BI 3 1,|J., $1jui.
tt's Bitten, Orgeat &c. 4e.

bbIs. FlourI
0 25 sacksdo.
.Kegs Nails,
.20 Boxes Starch,
$ Tierces Rice,
10 Saeks Coffee,
10 Boxes Candies.
246 Bb. L[rib ,anis.l|,
10d d. 'rrm,...s
16 Kegq It'lI r,
Bi.le Lar.,
S 2 Bbs. Bread,
10 Boxes Pickles,
IS Boxes Glass 8 M 10 10M 12,
80 DeBt. Br.-ai,.
j lBbl. -assorted Crackers,
2 d4,. r.ri'T., ,
401 Kep Viaiir ht.l,
Sb Caia MuiitrdJ.

5 do.. Porter,
15 Bstes Cider,
10 do. temon Syrup,
16b Boxes Tobacco,
10 Packages Tea,
440 Ba&FSf.,.
Ii ilthu' ifli 'eg .iJer,
10 L'trs.- L'rd. OAl.
O B,'i e Chi:..,lait. ,p i ealrl'd so 1 aL
bhe tradea s retail:l a riedColi p'reoas.
sOiL. ". B E CARR.

ROIiE Trabl Sirup,
Sdo Golden do.
New- CiTleons Sugnarp,.
ChkteSa A Coffee,
sic. Mocha do.
do. Rio do.
,.unpowJd Tea, "'
l. H ''ra,
0. H. Tea,
u sLdk ,I.-
lapr'l do.

lap. I, d


Just Receivd,
S1:11511 sod Eieci ri.[ATutS, Leormi, Ic'c,
iori'o.'irenara. Pr, oser e. St.eail o, OUtn,,
1ai,. r n e lItt lilrJ, ar lle I oble o111,
. l Pi. Pk'kc. ,dilli. o iAnehlrio., R.'Be
1aier, Gel..fie, R.,iti;n, Cuirariol, CiLuto
Mit.oaroor. %erm ellaU, '6goe, iCe.
g ..ll B. E. CARR.

Ra[IAMr C dioA ,
Butter do. -'
Sugar do.
Boston do.
Sods do.
Pilot Bread,
Pie Eie Crackers,
Ginger Schnapps,
Vasnunali tfisnooarol


Seniierail Insurance


A N I)

OFFERS his services in the above 'capacity
to the citizens of St. Augustine and viotni-
ty. Special attention given to the sale of Real
Estate and Personal Property in .general. Cus-
tomary Commissions-prompt i,'turni.
Oct. 8. 8m.

.. Li FE

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9flQANIZED, IS4 9.
E/l-[i .i ii .i ]i Pr,.,,,I.:.,,
'.I iii[;. it li, .Li i LR,| .j.

Jolt E. PECK, M. D. Medical Examiner.
'r *.. i. : r .m.. .r.,- ," :, . .ation
cOn r,,r s,- r Ih l t3.. *' .- '- ... will

St. -\', r' .
Sept. 24. 3m.


I :' i.I. rL.-:r,. I r r. i.i .a r lu :
,. tnme, L,:y pr y..;. ,i ,.. p.. ,,,

ili r m r ". -l ,, I
st J [i :.:t.. ,(r lr',rl'... dl .r .,ti...i i. ,.rj -.?

41i' r..r I l,-L.. 1..:r. wr 111 is, ut ;in j.; ..
a.s 'Tny, e. 1 a -t. -,:uLi k ,l1 l.,- 1..i i i ..
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Id. ll K.1- il i .. l 1 I.. ,

a i. 0 h ,t, ai iUU u.iiha, a Lint, and a..1i atl
them the publications of 1859. Allare standard
works ana rank high among the reading public.
The serious will find works to spit their tastes
and by eminent authors. The gay and light-
t 11r 1 r.. .I ,..I l,. [l i i L VJ ; l i ,t, 114
n' tE.. .-.J' .... ... I"1 -- I iJ. )If. lf according to
ihs ce t..:brt -.. '-ut [ ri',..-i
Sept. 10. 3m.
Thq undersigned representing Marine Board
Underwriters, will thank all Pilots, Captains
ard.r ... .- ito give them inmmeiate information
'.'.....rtug any and all vessels in distress
within their precinct; from .Fernandina Bar to
Mosquito Inlet. Address either of the.under-
signed at St. Augustine. O
Agents, New York, Boston, and Philadelphia;
Marl Undewriters. Sept. 24. C 8m

sa riEY HAVE C00'IE .J3
T+.+.. m n .li rrlmr .J ,, i.... L ,r L ll.:.e
t.:lr tur-. wainrtliJ ioId Spra gis, ad clihig
a E Noo crL pi -..C l, J t3 11[' .ILiro.
Scal lr."i, ,... L .Lt.1- Supporters which
iir r,i j i. ruu:t, a t i..- r theirnovelty as
.i, .* y ..hi ,.. r~a n night. These ar-
I J, k. u ii 1i. N [ i.v ri iaier
si Lns F liitjilL['
.,r I .....

UR -Millinery department) 'ypo j lbh to calt

UAUElfi i L i till FLOWERS
.. it. s.:.

I" proted l O'i 0.1 -l.a'.t.'.Cit i .'lirr.
Saiaonah or l.'irlt n at I un-.LI to-'
c.-.rr,.-:l. it a.n-- p i'na.i |e 1 L. i 7"
godds whether y.:. pr LLtio- r cut. -
FA TiL LLDS New i.r-.
Sept. 24. &
WE have just received a fine, fresh lot pf
mens and boys Slices, which we shall of-
ferat the low price of $1.75 and 1 dol. 121 per

An Invoice of s.-it Hat. ELu ck and .colored,
whic e Shaul ld['ap, ash. 1 dol. 50
41 2Uols. 50 according to quality.
Call anrd 1 gk at them at
Oct. 2 2 A AIRCAILD'S New ltarip,
OHWE C3LARET, Cider, Ale, Porter,
Lemon Syrp, o B.ltiniVrsi Yeniger, Gin'u
ger Wine. Cherry Brandy. A

Tapioca, Sago, Barley, fa ou'
F Arrowroot, Red J. E. Meddaugh,
Corn, Starch, Farina, Arrowroot, Bed .ttai asCsa..eaI
ETI Y EALE '. for Invalids, and all those who are affeot-
HERMETICALLY SEALED.I ed with the qguy, would do well to give himr a
A SSORTED Meat, Soups, Fish, Vegetables, eall if they wish to be served with good spirit.
TrwAit 4t,. I D .L ADR Dec. 24,


F OUNDED A. U 1r .'-..yr'.t-ri. .
of theo most i.r.ll,.ii. r Imur. M.1 IIlM
early History of II' .. -L ..' : i A ri.
babiks, 1.. I . t i. I.j, I" A,-
Sooiety .1 r, i L .
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S l .,, I i E .ii ,
ECourie, an,.I ,, ,,ro .V
"* 1I., hl o ,-. h .Itll, *ll fD itJ lgl.4 b-st. .

.r t' i. -f ,ur .:, l ].

1, -i an .............14 ri'.'.i..r
tio /.d .... a ..... ,r, .
Swhir ues -...', .-L. i ,, t.,a, oip ri r.,f

Itatwold at, *
S t E ve i's a T ,r ,' ",'., B- .. ..

I.1l1 f e ur '1lt I .
i .ob c.r ,' .:t ,.:. i..'. .i ].

omission int d -...
'.Th rortcseto I.I ;,i.. ;i,,h..r ui .*J ,: hli
, l ok -II au ,J .. 1 r il ... Ih r
n aFb l onat ], .. ,, .; j,..i/t .

ing particular r ** .,i .,i i tJ :l i ,., t,.1 ll I.n

t hat is worked .tl . .. . r . r.. ..i "
highly useful 1..,, i. i.i P t. .
zenry of the SFlorid ,l.ul '. "

Flord .. ., .. '
"The awhol t e rJ .I nl h .a' nd 1.. -i h
SCH. ATLAS ,,:.' -. [ l. LENINJ G
F harlesTNA i .',' ,: ,,,, ., C
"This work .. .. ... r.. rl. J

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Pilot. Bread,
Grnisim Bread,
Corn, Starch, Farina.


Ot. 15.
F ALL and Winter supplies direct from the
North, and from first hands. I will retail
to cash customers at a trifling advance, and to
the trade for cash, and cash only in duplicated
original packages, satisfactorily arranged from
invoice, as low as the lowest, and Ail articles
Clear P.P .. |.-.
Best b.. i i:.. i's,.,
Butter per Keg,
Sperm Candles,
Adamdnsine du.,
Powdered Sugar,
Clarified Coffee Sugar, A.,
Brown and Light do.
Buckets and Pails, all kinds,-
VWater-proqf aches,
Tin dufI as's Ware,
Plows, Frows and Grub IIoes,;'
Tobacco, all grades,
1 '. i T, l ;- ... l. r t .'t W ite,
Mt.;.. '. '. 1.,, L. won Syrup,
tr.: ii .' 'i. t. t i. Li 'uaI., ,

S r. ...i 0 i i,., L, t.k :;alt,,
i .., c Famil' '..,F .
L. ,iL ki ed.

Lamp Oil, best iii ..1 L'. 1.. Oil,
Fluid, -Alcohol, Vinegar,
Green :I ,.,' -1 lack Teas,
Cadies, 'i,,.I i,. J...s all kinds,
Colgatew [,). -qi.,
Black Peppe*, Spice,
Best Rio Cofee,
Walnut and Tomato Catsup,
Sweet Olive and British Oils,
*' '...,- Ti-] .,rrant Jellies,
P. w.c1 , .. r. N. 7A C. 'L '- ...,

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$,)00 000.

omces-2l3 g.OADj'WAY, qnd
This Company Insures Buildings,- Ce ohan-
dise, Shipso and their Cargoes, in Port1 Housa-
hold Furniture, and Persional g.oerty
generally against Loss or Damage y fire.
JOSIAH W, BAKER, President.
JQ1N BOPW$E, Vice President,
WEM. JAJFARY, Secretary.
Agent, St. Augustine .
June 2.
A large variety of Toys for the Holidays.
Nov. 12 T. NELSON
- OLLINS Axes, Spades, Shovels, Corn Mills,
S Grubbing Hoes, Curry Combs &o.
R. 2. CARR.
UST received from Charleston a lot of choice
J HAMS, Lard, Butter, Cheese, Crackers,
ags Family Flour, &.,
bootI B. E, CARR.



SB MX..'. *I Mr.' Pilipnli'il

The subscriber having takern iia riEbue Cili
] .j." .. ', 1ii 'r, ii illoel, woil.d targ In ,t,. i.:
'.ll ,,hIL, I i a I,
ii. g .. q i..ired and" ri''rr.-1..:J i.r
and made many cli.,.... 1,.:h '.. ii, r.I ..-
comfort as a home. i..i ,- ,. [ublb,, re,.ri ii..
S.. ] i 1... take .. i-. u ,r- i. th r
[. n-,-i. i 'ill be Bpired on th p 1" I rn.-. tl
or assistance, to[ i..i. i..;i *. .J...irr ui ite
3s r j.aiyMi.t .tii.l. .y .y. .

ii I f_ ,.
T.\K ii,.'LLEf. fOjh' SALE.
l i .. I..- re C...trl obt .. d.'Cir
, i c .ii r.i i y it, i: ,i M i u.r m ...I
J u x i i pr._ ry ro b .,-r ,:
.*ii. ,'.,J s, -,1 -..o i pr*'. ihb rPso fir mie
.; rfn" i' ,. j ll.i- .,i ... IS Pi .u5-er, LO n ;
OiF? it h i. ..j -. .. landJ. No-Lh or0 N.-
ir i'tT. .. i,: I N.. i]I f t urio nJd 'urdI.
Sii '. L t-ii' i Li L.I rI, riiIr. Wei t b

ro.-l.,sI T [UR[ .-FRE.
i .A '. 4j..r .4'lu.e al "unly.
I i i I '"... i i L r p oi,. 1' o f 1 p I ci .
N,, 12 i' lT 1 .i[UM.A Ageint.

Tax CollUector' Sale.
S R L17 t L t .Ii a-'. ii', ..- Ia.ti. c. r miiy
a,.. lh-,.i t., .,I' l t da LS S
A..tiI i h e. *. i lN 11 V'* i E' 0is J LDSIC

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.\ [' ti'Ui.i t' ".,'.f .& En off

P LB ['EILS, .Agerti.

itL;NA.\1AY SLAV 1:
S T i', N a L .nJ .ue.iJ lo j&a.1
t l gti ^ i III, ...I.-.,i V A Ma zii a
ht. e...'l ." 'e .i gc. Of elihow

hg vA W.I t, a o .. J D.lis ie.' t loil.edin
W '. i-li li-a' -) an J It l-CM nere
Ch,*t i J U(.I I_.a1,rre i. i asim .l.i, Ctr.W ttJ~y
ilp tes.,.,i,. ai A [,'l. ,L. ..e.,i-dl.o.o .,r !bU-
e.l ..' i. eifr r.. 1a&.i0d s. sine
i-ro r. ~p'1.y m h r .ttr no .
I.. o 'L[.
t"Sli-ri! S. Jt.Lus C.nLDIy.
Mi.' 2P.I

m ANTFACTURED ja every variety and
style ad old gt greatly reduced pri-es
87 Central street Boston
(Successors to E. F. Jones & Co.)
iN. B.-The Jones Burner, recently improved,
gives more light and consumes. less oil, than ay
other "'Kerosene" or Coal Oil Buraer manufac-
tured. Sm Nov. 12

S selling Kerosene Oil $1. rGa.
Crushed Sugar
Brown do. 10 per Ib:
Steam do. 11 p..r lb.
Goshen Butter 31 4-1 lb.
coffee 71bS fqr $1,00
Adamantine Candles 80e. per lb.
Elephant Oil for Lamps 1.25, &e.
TUST received per Schr. Mary Louisa direct
From New York:
60 bls. Southern Flour, W. Wheat,
12 Bbls. Extra Pilot Bread,
18 do. Irish Potatoes,
do. Onions,
do. Soda Crackers,
da. Sugar,
do. Butter,
do- Farina,
14 Boxeg Colgate Br. and W. Soda Soaos,
14 do. Varigated,
5 Bbis. Stuart's Crushed and pulverized
Boxes Starch,
Coffee, Candles and Candies.

Wi'hat is Out '?


Is Out With a New


I i ....i.J r.:-ti. i ul. .'II ai'rille. i.,]r I mv F lla
I.rl rI ; r. I ,r Ire ilr J a.l "m.= .%II,
['. ....\f I nave d iad i. r ,J I..r iI-'
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p. 1 a, t re 'r. t ln iv. Me I n. ri.l '.-e
lull. r-1-ueiled ro '.atl n d i.attur s m.
n.ut- ,-C C.r..d,. bo rei'o., puritr .iit .l*.. l l.eifr -
ItIo ucia cts,'eiei ',rrOuail'Tv L i1 tto or-
-."-'t t .i ltTe .'t, rlclt s "I'a ef5 l a ,L.r1ibrl
.'.i ilr. iA.iittii. .r f thu i b U l, t u.'.,e .ill
-f 1bjl.l l a IL" tl lf1.
1 NEL'iN.

New Goods.

M [ ..r pi-tpuarc.i il i r t i 10 my ". iir.en -k
I h.' r. '.,: ." id St JAr . .. va
ih,.'[ 'pl.'- .JiF. ,t., '.-.r0 .' .1' l'.all 4iad .t if,.t rius
<'I'i l I- I"? Il l.l" l. ni .' j I u F ,';C1 i.'. ( i' ll- I

op'r.. -- -J I' r J..r-,r lIIMJ.-ra I.,. v I r ,..atntir
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l.-.r I ; a0,, d .l[ I b I, aur ll -'r
pr' .iii h' ti" I.-r.J- I;i i I '0 ,t.r it j L Ila .'
v -. l ,, *r l I r. rS I.. r I" .:,ui b ,h'[ i I :
I11 H ('vIa' r h1 1 h1.' srts .'Jri'le.i-p" ,'I l cr i .sisior
p t.r ".' i Ii i 1.t u. '.v in odr. 4 1.e C-sr.-
a-iL I..? ,i .. ', l ir r- sya. on h ,.. -

F., P oo' r, s
E m-l.-[1.: i .1" t .sr lr. s..J

1 -iLL --I S 71.)IN l LR i .. l

L.-i eli-i. 1'].'j Li ~fl, A y:.J mV r .l'i.-n l ,

rl..);. ,sr.i stli, i F.orj 'li,.-

Ulr .i., ,, 1 it' ml, r -.'. I I .h J G ,.-
tl ,p.l I', ,, Ir lr .ea r or.trrr,, J.iun .
as- I 'I l I .'t i V .?' i n ..n ii l :ii,.
from Noah's day down to that of- the man who
-;,V.- -e L t! I t Lt ., l, .. i
.,;. 12 1 Nr L...:,',.;

A Eart, n m',y v "1, .r1 '1,T I ': 1 t. lt.r.r J V
llrrL Jl ..' .I .I l. .i. L' lE G l' 'LBtyJ 'l c1" l.j-:
has ons a Bad hat all is spoiled. That 'which
.,r... i ..-1 \r:-E i*. ', E n. e .:r C ,, -
c.;r... ..... .r : -, i i thei rr.irr:lt..
e., : .... i ... NEL 6- d i -o. T..1 ...r .
I.. 2N.. .. ..,.

.BOOTS &0 S E4. q
< -' [ v ,,.,o,; .,,"* .. ,., r ,s^a 4,,....
l *. ,,-r"' 1+ ,i, c c _-)- *;..- ,,.,-,
and q-.ta'y ...Is i..' af -
( I 'PE T I"/.V .'
C ARPETINGS, White and colored Mattings.
Menilla Matts.

F-I" [,:r H urT 1i ..,-. C.I',.,- -. i are. ii :r
T,, iR- .. t I, '4 ~n" ..i. ,: l :> ...J ...IL ..i
P ur KiII \[l : i.i.'l.. h.. 'i.-:I.i .jr _I. i-n
.',r-n '.. ,Lrm l.L. 'M vt +J .. m ..Ii.:r- '.

N-[ ;L,. JNELSON.l .-

Oct. 22 M iuOWNE".. TI I L LIG TI.E-KS'
SPECIAL AfNWOUNCPT4MENT p,,fl,, 1,, V,1 -, ':r.; LI[g,. j I.-
iltol THli at t .'.i.- L|I. L itr.Irt..: Cau-'..
N B *. NELir.,,:.
Quatliir City publishing Housell PA/,'I.S'', '
6~-i .TM lL L.f ,., -'o j .... t iu .. tl.rr.
0 ta t']o I u i 1..I i ''I ;t.-.
10,000 Catalogues, N' .2 i. N:Loua.

NEW, i'L.,t..GLD. .1i, RlVI'LSEL-N.W

eUrFlonio TDUi9f4 TO irll FitiiL,5'!

L9 A P[, i.{c 1.1TPIiiBUTni1OOL
ar.] S-i. l \ hi 1 0itLS ,it. tiLt- .5ilu.t.16

.I. ; i.- i-- rl) ka., . ipga .-!.
--,'..-, 0l U ".i L i .l O: fl- ,,heb ..r i

IIaving leson in the PFblishing and Booksel-

Si 3 II i ., s, T-.t.J

oct 1-4m Philadelphia, Pa,
L ONDONPICKLES, Frinch and English Mus.
American Mustard
Olives, Raisins,
Currants and Citron
Center Table and Mantle Fluid Lamps
Stationery, Paper, Pens, Ink, Envelopes; &c.
For sale by JOHN W. SKINNY.
nov 20

2,2 2i kqw. I., in lBrk.


'i ,i'i :'Tiitili \ t.sru o. i L.. oi 0000
H I'll l:i' MI \'i': Elht i ,

01 l i la
Fresh Giro'eries.

J ;r [ ri .rI ; ,t'J a freaLs upi y tr' E'i.J Gro-
ceries at
I SWINNY'S Cash Store.
.Oct. 15,
JA Call at the newSriitauJer ithe Mt,.
sonic Lodge opened byHERiTZ, if j.:.u
want cheap and prime tiles in the G ro--
uery Line and other litt Nick naoks.
A UG11T & CO AGE. 'C(y,
Genuintte Aicle.
Oct 22) B. E. CABE,.

'I-l N 11W.N i. if 1 aUnit IV..sflO.t'.I l JO l'V.
I E0TADeAtKD '0; $ '
AOluti ibua. l hiamiog'Mlae guet- -itmprove-
-.ent, I, iLhO to .nni iire I of KesoM e. ith acd
iic. alii'd ') ,.if'r .t i (theT radio t ,.
'ts 4tii ti L ,i L ed 01id> b el. uil. re ert eiflly
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Blurnin. FIlilh Los, WiV-ik.

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Seoullier Plows Corei Shell"er


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