Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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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: March 3, 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: VID00182
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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E ED F 1 GROCERIES o stc ari B E CA tecly tr 1 itted far-soing-a laborious man. working with 1805, battle of Garnovo, 15hh, I8 t the bI o, i ..i.o. o o.i o."o .I ..
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Sbe sold by the qnuItityN, put up in packages
^ 1tq1tIi- .--------,: and labelled, for salo lby the im.erchants..
Large fortunes have oeen mlilssed at the
-[K" ^- '. o- ~"~. .: e North by the sipI]e article ofgearden seeds,
.'.k et"iii,,..,Z 11which cane lieo neasilyh raised 0ithe South.
Si'vt M iiiy other article, n}ua\lly inisigniiileaitt,,
aud as easily disepnsedi with Compose i au
important linc k ii. tihe ( l lii if of t- ''oes for
PT. AOQUSTINE, FLORIDA, Yankee notions, whicl, when put tether,
S UIl MARgadd a largi souii to millions drawn tirot' the
*S'l _i ..n. 3, .. Smouoth feo articles that ouglitcnot to be pur-
1 1 i $

-,r t J. siBS BUSr tisq.. of Plalitl.n, tl'l., i,
daiyv' iiuhlorizeCl to net as Agent. tor t-l ST.
A rrsiVSTX Ex.ksuIrts ani will receive suil-
scri'ipiion, make collections, iuid receipt for tl l

If our friends of the Floridian will look
at a 'map of Florida, they will find Iihat
Tallalmssee is very decidedly towards the
extreme of the present population of the
State. The centre has been working cast
ffor some years. Lake City is u ...i I. I',
S'any other pqi it, and will ,.r ..
yW venience of thblarger p .! .- *C' -, r.w.o
tpie, and command a fuller attend...

The South Independent."
A merchant of this place has shown us
flour of the best quality for sale, the wheat
of which .. ...- -.., I,. I ,. Georgia,
carried th... I ... .. i, ,.... there
made into 'I.... transported to:New York,
there sold to the merchant I- .:,. Angus-
: tine, and by him shipped to Jacksonville
Fla., via. Fecruadina, and froin Japkson-
S ille sent by seam]boat to ,lis place. This
floar fo e the stamp of *:u. i,, Water
Street, Chicago," and the merchant said, he
knew it was made of ';. i Wheat.
Any one cal see, that fiom any part of
that State, the distance to Chicago iq pear
]y twice that to St. -_ .. .. i'an fvomi
i.'n...:. N.. : I vYork is more than twice
the distance from the upper parl of Geor-
gia to this place; and from New York to
this point is more than twice that distance.
The flour is itself evidence, that the ticor
gia wheat isof the best quality. Why then
should this wheat be trasported five times
as faitrs was necessary, and be' subjected to
sucli a cost for transportation ald so many
pninmissionis, before it reaches a consuming
market? Having such grain, why should
notGeorgia manufacture the flour, and
send it to us direct, thus securing to her
own labor and railroads the profit and the
transportation? It certainly cannot fail to
l oeie nicius to th'e -agricultural interests of
the Sorth, that we should be forced, or find
itprofitable, to send our wheat to Chicago
for flouring. It is like "sending coals to
New Castle."
MIaryland and Virginia pursue is more
advantageous policy, and often' limes the
flogr, commanding the highels ]rice'iu the
New York market, is "'froq iiclhiuond.
They thus secure all the profit of the labor
and the transportation to themselves, be-
sides furnisling encouragement to the in-
dustry and enterprise of their youth, who
happen to be without fortunes.
Since writing.our article, we have seen

by a correspopient to the Charleston ll p-
cury, i.- 1,;.. to this subject, from which
we clip the following:
The manufacture gf shoes, saddlery
and harness' hats apd ready-made clothing,
ure branches of industry that ought not to.
He driven out of any country by the general
consumption of foreign-made articles in
those branches of trade. So fashionable
Ir-s itbecome'to purchase everything from
the Nbrth, and to utterly neglect home in-
dustry, that our young men scarcely p9Ye
ihing of employing a seamstress to umoake
their shirts; indeed, so little patronage is of
late days extended to that branch of in-
dustry, that there is not one young, lady in
twenty who are groltig pp wcithi the ex.
pcctation of making a good housewife, who
knows how to make a shirt. These are
articles that onght to be produced at home,
I uit 1py have been permitted, by gradual
degcees, to become a fixed artielh in the
list of imports from the Yankees. Indeed,
we have been solong hIabitually supplied by
rhe Yankee., of tliue ecommionest necessity
about a household, that we imay he said to
be unprepared, us a people, for itparate
"Why should not .,., ,_,. in thie
South have its hliber4asher to supply us
with ready-made clothing, made by our o.n
Southern woman ; a hatter's shop to make
our hats, and shoemtakers to manufacturer
our ladies', gentlemen's and children's
shoes; also, establishments to make our
wagons, carts, wheelbarrows and ploughs
our carriages and buggies? Why should
our blacksmiths not make their own hlor'e-
shoes and horse-shoe nails, now supplied to
rnany of them by the Yankees? Yankee
axes and hoe. handles should be banished
reom our country, and every merchant that
sells garden seeds should encourage the
the country people around to raise theme to

closed from theii.
The New Orlsini Picailmii is quite
rampant upon the subject of eicouragineg
Southern Industrial Enterprise-y-et the
type, think, the papgr, no1 the press
which she uses to fiumii ate. licr patriotic
Southern seutinimnts, are all manufactured


at the N north. . .... 1 .. .. .. .. .. .
have tried in .... ... ...I.I. l i I .. ,
some have gone so far as to consign paper
of the best quality far superior to whak she
uses) to her sil.] ... i. i li i. -. proprie-

'.'... ' .... h.. ...'.I I.. 1. ,, h ,t.:

S.\ lA .-.r :', t .1 gi sp per -i
by thq pypss iq Nort h Caolina, South Careo-
lina, Georgia and Alabamn, is of Southern
manufacture. Three-fourths of all that is
used in Now Orleans is made at the. North.
In Tennessee it is divided between North
andSouth. The Southern Methodist DBook
Concern gets most of theirs from North of
Mason aud Dixon's Line."

The South and the Union.
GEN IlUsrouN, governor of Texas, lias
recently transmitted to the legislature of
that State, the resolutions of the legislature
of South Carolina, accompanied by a Mes-
sage, from which we take the following
passages. They contain reflections which
ought to be gravely pondered in times like
these, ylhatever may be tour individual
opinions, of theirsouroc. These utterances
are, the more worthy of attention from the
fapt, that Texas a few years since was out
of thle Union, and remembers well the eyils
of it, and the great benefits of belonging to
the cspoftleracy of states.
"Were there no constitutional objections
to the course suggested by the resolutions,
I cannot perceive any advantage io that could
result to thie slavchoidingStates, or any cle
tr theuM in seceding from the Union. The
same evils, the same assaults complained of
now, would still exist,' while no constitu-
-.... -- ...... ..- -, ;,;, ._

and i1... to maintain lithem; but u in in-
superable objection arises in my mind. The
course suggested has n eonstittitiunl sane-
tion, ind is at war with every principle
affecting the happiness ctad prosperity ef
the people of each individual State, as well
as the people in their national capacity.
tiosr l yers pst, the iltrines o tnuillillca,
tiei, seceUosin and disuniuu, hive found ad-
vocates in the Southern States as well as
Northern. These. ultra theories have, at
different periods, rmgied with more or less
violence, and there have uot beei waitting
persons to fan the flame of discord and to
magnify imaginary evils into .
'(It is not to be supposed that the people
of -.. ... i i .. ..... ofslavery
as ., i I ,'" I I. ,.gth, as to
be injured by the "assaults" made upon it
by a fanatical element of Northern popula-
tion, who so loun'as they stay at hioIe do
us no harm, and"but excite a pity for their
ignorance and contempt for their ravings.
Ungenerous and uncharitable as are the
"assaults"i mea.di by i class at thio North
upon the peculiar institutions of the South,
-I.. u ld exist from like passions and like
S ., ,,1 government, anditt is to
the .... r,,, ... alone, anel the Union
posressing strength under it, that ve are
indebted for the preservation of those-scpar-
ate rights wehielh we see fit to exercise.
'"Alluding to the raid. of the murderer
Isrown anid hiLs iniserable- associatess, le
says:-". In mn opinion, the circumstances
:,iu..,, t',,_ ii, ct have furnished abundant
... l i .. ,Ltility of our present system
of government, in the fact that time Federal
powers Iveo given "n evidence of their re-
gard for the constitutional rights of tihe
States, and stood ready to defend them. It
has besides, called forth the utterance of
thle mighty masses, of the people, too long
held in check by sectional appeals frocm
solfish d1,,nJi.' n.d", the South has the
,nr .... .i.., 1 1 ....1 feelings. The
..... .I outrage was rebuked and the of-
fenders punished. is holir this that the
Southern States are called upon to dissolve
the fraternal ties of 'the Junion, and to
abandon all the benefits they enjoy under
its aegis, and enter upon expedients in
violation of the constitution and all the
safeguards of liberty, under w which we have
existed as ait natio for nearly it century?
In the history of ations, no people ever
enjoyed so much national character and
glory or individual uIappiness, as do to day
the people of time United States. It is
alone by the Union of all States, acting
hlumltn.o asly together, hi| their spheres
under the constitution, that our present
enviable position has hbcenachieved. Witl-
out a Union these results never would have
been consummated, and the St tes would
have been subject to continual distractions
and petty wars. W1heiever we cease to
venerate the Constitution is t he only means
of securing free government, no hope re-
mains for the advocates of regulated liber-

Were thie Southern States to yield to the

suggestions of these Trosohitions, ind pas-
sing over intermediate troubles, were a
southern confederacy formed, tiec Gover-
nor inquires, what guarantee any state could
offer for its continuainiiico. "If .li were to
secedefrom tihe present Union, could one
lhe foriued with a Constitution of more ob-
force than the onie which has been
S .. I y our fathers., in which the patriots
oand sages of South Carolina, Lore a cou-
salicuous uare? 'ever the present 1iniou-
tear into ." ....... their Constitution-Stay
the progress of the free in.titnitio'is wIiieh
..,0i. haves sustained, and what autonoeent
* be offered to liberty fin. time aet,? From
whence is [o oolue the eIoments of "ai nore
perfect Union" thal the one formed by thie
imen of thie revolution ? Where is the
palt :- .... il. i; republicanism ,
ltotf. . .- ..-. .......,,.,, l..? iT'hatw hich
South C(nrolina became l; party lo in 1 T78,
lips to this per od i rq ivcI ., ,1 to all thp
demands made upon it bi y b .. want1 of am
great people Inid il e cxpans1 e o pncrgios of
a progressive ago. Neither' in peace nloi in
war has it ever been found inadequate to
ainy'oniergengcy. It his1 in return, exteitded
tl- prs ctiou w il 1, ,-1; ,q I,..,.... a -ivs.
' .. States have .... I J l.. L...,...t : ..-

r U, b luiiLug a t pi' l-L e otu onledlerocy, Chi
States becauin part of ;L nation. What
they concededcomprises the power of the
Federal governioent, but over that which
they did not concede their sovereignty is as
perfect as that of the Union in its appropri-
otc sphere. They gave all that was neces-
sary to secure strength and perinmgpncec to
the Union-they retained all thnt was
necessary to secure tie wplfaroe qfti State.
Miligbt nunt Suith Carolina, if a neff' on-
fedleracy woer formed, at any tiime allege
tiat ainfracetion of tihe now Constitution,
or some deviation from its principles had
taken place? In such an event, according
to the principles nlow 1 01. dowi y lier she
would then exercise -' saiine power wIhich
she now assumes. ( Gat hier assumption
of the right of secession, and it must be
adopted as a ucoera principle. Massa-
ciiusetts omay thou nullify the fugitive lavec
law by virtue of her right as a sovem'eing
State, and when asked to obey the Constitu-
tion, which she would thus violate, quietly
go out of the Union.
If the. present Union, from which we are
asked to secede, does n3t possess in itself
all the conservative elements for its mainten-
ance, it does seemi to ne that all political
wisdom and binding force must be set at
nought by the niueisures proposed.

Hon. S. L. M. Curry of Alabama.
Our readers will be interested in tlhe do.
scriptiou from the N. Y. Times of this
gentleman, who is cincdedc to be one of
the prominent and rising imcn of the South.
They may be pleased further to know, th-it
he is a native cf filuqhn county, (In., and is
now thirty five years ofa age. Hi' father.
Col. Win. Curry, is ofseotchi de-cone, and
removed -. 1. ...... in 1838. His iiothl r
was a Lalnar, a name honorably a.socictedi
with the historyof _... Alabanum, .is-
sipsippi and Texhie.
Mr. Curry graduated mt Franklin Univer-
sity, Athens, Gai., in 18-13. at thie ageo ['
eighteen. nTh college his habits of teniper-
ance and industry enabled hin to Niy a
solid foundation for, his subsequent useful,
and successful career. Soon afti' leaving
the university hit Georgia, he entered the
law school at ivanrd, 11Mass:, from which
institution hlie received a diploma in 1845.
-i "- I ......' aw.two years with sec-
.cess, and served hiree sessions in the legis-
lature of the Stale, in 1857 lhe was elected
to congress, ai.nij in 1859 was. ru-ehloted
without opposition. In polities Mr. Curry
is represented to be a ipemocrat qf the
Calhoun school, By.the force of lent hlie
has.wun for himusl.f his present prominent
position. In spe'ak:ng, his style is repr-
sented to be bhol, energetic anct ra id,
with language, chaste, elegant and exn.ire-

Lady Morgan's Ideas of You it
S Ladies.
In a conversati restio ingr p som yotuung
ladies sudden!v bereft of fortune, ide
Morgas said, 'They do. everything timiad i
fashm'ab'loc */uipefect.Q; their singing, und
drawing, and dancing, and ,,. ....
amount to nothing. 'lhey were .cdica ted
to nmarry, and had there been time they
might have gone off wlitli and hereafter.
fr-om, h14sbandls. They cannot earn their,
own salt; they do not even know. l ow to
dress themselves. I desire to give crery
girl, no matter hivr rank, a trades-ajrow"sc-
sion, if the word pleases you better; culti-
vate what is ue.cessary in the position she-
is born to; cultivate all things in modera-
tion, but oN;: thing to peuri/, no iat-
ter what it is, for which ish'e has a talent-
drawing, music, embroidery, house-keeping
even; give lier a staff to lay hold of, let
herfeel "t'his will carry me through life
without dependence." I wias i idep tdent
at fourteen, and never went in deebt'."

6' Attention is requested to thce ad-
vertisement of hMr. E. Anthony, of NewI
York, whose lostantaneous Stereoscopic
views and i'tereoscopic Instruments are
said to be unequalled. IMr. A. has brought ,
the art to south ) fperEectioi, that views can
be taken in a fraction of a second of thee.





Consni, demanded his release, which was primi:y instruction. Eveu ig the most
refused. The man paid the $1,000 under t tli most obsceire, tc lie.liest il-
protest. The correspondence between Mr. ]ages, tilhe inlunce of tie austere form of
Helb and the Spaniih authorities has been Protestantism is felt i tie .... care.
transmitted to Washington. with whioii children are sent to the school."
sol "The best schools (in the Ltwer Rhine')
Congressional. i i d -
W ,Al nr e- F bolongl to the Protestants;" and he proceeds
A,9jjT27-E, F -,s Gov to explain to vliat caci's the saperiovity of
Ford, of Ohio., was elected Printer by to explain to at cans the superiority of
. of the Prote'tant soicu is may be traced.
majority of one. I t i '
i t i, -M A T, he same author also explains to uIs wily,
In the Senate, Mr. Cloy, of Ala., from t t f i
Sthe level of the Roman Catholic schools is
tlhesCommittee on Commerce, reported "
t C ie on erc, r so very low. This lie attributes mainly to
adversely to the eretion of a Custom House the priests who are opposed to all stru
inde Marine lHospital it Apalachimola. e rs
., a e I ... r ,I 1 ctio not contruled by them, to all i-p,,""
Senator Davis, o Miss., presented re iets i education, d to, all. ... ,..
tons froin the Legistiur of Noew Mexico, ueei. i the iierestl
.. . .Ot-,-ml tile inercstel onle nts. _, i ,, .-I 1
in favor of tle organizations of Arin:oat ter ts te o .. .'
'" ,"O- telic i ts, tl ic o n 1.. ),
rito .
'oi are inferior to the 'Protesta:t both as to,
Later flom Texas. I 'uber "ad iquality*,".'Says another french
N iEt O ii.I e.briiy 23.-[I[oceciredj (oilisii Catholic) writer."the iminue sma-
i, i .. I .... February 24,R.50 A.MI.]- jority of tbe nation, thinking, acting, strict
o.ov loraton, of Texas, has dispatched a in its morals, eomtendablc by.its dobmeic
i special a-enit to Wasliington, relative to the iabit, ldst e flueiieeof .. n
state of affairs on thle 1io Grandc. Should But we must pass with ow guide, into
the i'nited States Government refuse to 1 Switzerland. Gen va which lie. cll's"one
sed a lorc" to pulmnish tile Mexican iiia-. 1of the principal head-quarters of irotest-
r.iud. rt, it C believed that ( iv. Iouston [ antism.," is not very iirportant in numbers.
will qaer out the Texas liuliti, and ira~ d City and Cantoo together contain
Mexico. les I than 70,000 personIi, not so mally
t i l s the Protestants assassinaMted iUn son, day
G-EOUOI.A AN':D FDI. DAiA BOUNDARY by the daggers of Cathoslic, Frrnehimen in
LINs.-=The hComiiiinsiic,irs, Moessrs. Orr la belle 1'rance." In forming our com-
and Whitner, have completed the work of putation qf the total Protestant population
running the Foeu between Georgia and of Switze;lamnd, wesetit dtwant 1.500,000,
Florida. and' in a manner which makes thus rejecting a fraction of m more.than five
their survey the pormanient poutilary be- times the actual population of the city of
tweo; the two States. The Thoimasville Geneva; ie could afford, to lso this.
Rlpo:ter says they ciade a most excellout It seems that a new and, important 1. C.
shoot at Ellicott's Mound, only missing it Church yas d edicated lea yearinGeneva,
by about tweniy-four faceet, coming out about cad that tie ex-Quece'of Spain graced the
uthat instance to h'orth of it, or o lihe occasion vith helr presence. What a pat-
Georgia sa6e. "-..... loses considerable roness for a Church! Was Munoz also
territorv which tliiiabi t-ts on the line present? The Church sp dedicated was a
supposed and desired to be hero.o. e ' I -
saH .d a es .iij it apears--"a' ign of tilt rapid in-
As tie acts ot, the, too States provided rae i' ho ei. ,O i ao.f f
that tle line shonl ,he final providedit dcreast are wcatholic po lation." A ewpid.
anliawithin a certain distance (20 chains, lv we esume to spply the writers
Movywn }tunl eto p t tilewriter.s
we believe) of this I 2uund, north or south, rnt1opf r ',al t ..."t th ..
owciut ow eyrope' i at ib
ee ar'esumle'iiis Pe rry aud Brown ?or l nearly twenty years Genevia t. .......
*i .,i 1 proceed to ratify thie work of ren en restored to her-
the r .' clielf ..l bou. n. dr s..f. J by treaty in 1815,
tiie little city of, Carousse and another
E)]?UCATION IN loWA.--The educational part of Savoy were added, to the territories1
tat0us of Iowa is shown to be good biy the of Gencea, and thu.%'a germ of Roimanismo
able report of Thos. II. Benton, Jr., SBore- was introduced into the old city. Rlomann
tary eo .te ]Boar\ of Education. There are Bishops thought it important to outnumber
in, the State about 1,000 school districts, Protestants, if pos.-ille, in the city of Cal-.
and 4,574 ..i..1; r.; 240,531 persons vin, and many Rlomanists were encog.raged
between'.the iges of five and twenty-one to come in, both from Savoy and France.
years, of whoci 142,849 have attendPd the Political refugees m?,tered from thie neigh-
public school; 2,020 school houses, worth boring nations, and mechanics alhlured by
81.049,747,41. There are about 3,000 thle prosperity of face Protestant Genevau
teachers in the public schools, who were paid the greater part of these were of the lo-
last year, 8383.5189 20. miish faith. Ill short IR.o!pii ism was built "
up. thi ere, as in the -i..,-. .1 ,i iby iuam i-
Bg. IThe village of Banlistol, Choct C gratinn from foreig coistries. Another I
county, Mdias.imppi, lhas been built up .roni cause citributed. The radical, scii-1
nothingness, lo beauty and prosperity with- infidel party in Gernevi politics sought :
in ciglit years by the establishment 0of1 or accepted allies in these Roianists, in1
cotton fac.tory. The date carries the reol- order o overthrow the sober Proteetant
election back to about the period of the er majority in Geneva; but this banded force
reaction of the infameons 1Pemberton Mills. of "true Gatholics" and pure Infidels has
aIs" "Ji'm Crow" ice, the father of been defeated. And if last year some dis-.
Ethiopian ministry, is said to be living in *Tambleaiu de l'instruefion prinaire de France
Now York city in great destitution. eLorai I

auio}t to exeoimunicato Victor Emmanueul.
T i e P , ..I -. 1 ..1.. . . . 1 . d 1'
to France. :..

A'l.-ta-:.-n i ,y the Europa. ., [. t I., ,., 2".' --- .,. political

i ... " ......'., usd .that the French
troops have been ordered to be reacly to
leave for Italy at a, day's notice.
It is supposed that the d ......its i0 of
TPscany by French troops is contemplated.
It is thought that England has offered to
mediate betiveen Spain and lMorocco.
Thie Chinese are strongly fortifying Pekin
and the entrancedto the Pei-ho. England
is energetically preparing for the campaign-

A Chance for .a Row with Spain.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 24.-.Havana dates
tothe20th have been received. ASpanish-
born American citizen havinu- been claimed
by thie Spanish authorities for military I
service, and requircd'to furnish a substitute
or pay $1,000, Mr. Helm, the American

Tows by the Vigo.
;NcEW Ygtie, Feb. 25.-The stqnamship.
i announces that the political and coni-
iiiercial questions involved in the annexation
of Savoy to France, have been debated in t
the English parliament.
The (iFeat Easoteyr Steamship Company
have resolved to borrow fifty thousand
pounds stcrIing, mcnd prepare their monstear
vessel for soa iiiItnldinttely.-
After the first of liarch, lil the ocean
S i,.1 i, .. 1 ., ,, _,,, i_ .i,,1,, .-- h.i,.-h. ...i- 1 -
will regularly to lch at Qacoietown.
I It. is anioioU od lithat i'ranco is williu toi
withdr:ma ll i!' rr ipa fro(Teni niei, if thel
Popq will coscient lioL toeuiiploy others.
The Austri:in:s are consttruetilig new forts
around P'eoehliera.
It is reported that theI Pope of Rome1 is

[clOMMUNICATED.] ciples of' Jean Jacques Rosscan, "built a
MBi. Entron.-We confess to being temple to human reason," we are concerned
stumbled at the first line of your corres- only to suggest, that Protestants did not-
pondent's 3rd article. "France haspo par-' contribute the funds for its erection. May
ticular Protestant statistics." This is we ask just where that temple was built
strange, when her Protestant population "and men decreed that there was no God?"
nearly equals in number all the l soman It is not atall strange that Rossean's disci-
Catholics' in the Unitedl States! Perhaps plcs should do such things; but has not;
Franco hals no ]Protestnu t HISTOuY? Yet, your correspondent (who is so fresh in his,
here is a large volume entitled "History of statistics and so hard on "statistics writers,"),
the Protestant Church in Flrance." And been dreaming of old France during her.
has not, yotir correspondent seen that noted first Revolution, when the French nation,
work, "History of French Protestant e.o- for sp many centuries "Catholic," wheeled.
fugeces" written by a iProfessor in a national suddenly into Atheism, deliberately forsook
College of i'rance?, He relates the bar- and rejected God, and formally decreeing:
barous expulsion from France of hundreds that there is no God, set up the worship of,
of thousands of Protestants wlho prefreed human reason?
torture and banishment to embracing the To one reinark of your correspondent we,
religious of Rlome; who being 'forbidden by cordially subscribe; ihe says "it would be
a tyrannical king to emigrate, cnd coin- very difficult to decide upon the number of
inu.eded to abjqr their' faith, took their true Protestant Christians to be found in
lives in their hands and fled to other coun- Geneva." Who knows the number if-
lries, cnriching Englind, Prussia, Switzer- true Christians' anywhere? We like hi.-
e. ..... I. ,,. ., rl quotation from the Almanac, "there are in
I. .I .. I .. .. -.. t.:e..f i. i he '', ..l -I Li i 3,117,148, Catholic
L,- 'pis to be sowel."
..... .....,, .1 .'I u ,1 ... '. Witht renird t[ cnmaniy,tylne'fcetrc"'of
all the Frenchlnen of this day are itore intellectual activity for ESurope,; needs
illustrious than a Protentant sa&e l orator no vindication against l ,.,.i..r. assertio:;s.
cand ....t .i l i .i writer pd. tates- Compare Germany with Spain to-day, and :
an? judge what Luther has done for the world,
"No particular Protestant statistics" .. ; an eipinent French minister of State,
.France! yet her prqoestant population is the Inquisition preserved outmaniss, but -
greater than the whole nunuber of Pro- kiled 1 the intellectual lifc of Spain; after "
testants in switzieland,, about whom he three centuries it has hardly begun to re-
thinks it, important to discoi'rse. Does vive. The poor fling at Luther is dismis-

sed with ie request that your. correspon-
dent will say when Luther declared con-
fession to a priest to be necessary; is it
Sanl or Paul; is it Luther the monk, or
Lu ber the lieforeac-r'-tu whom he speaks?
If Prusia is "the third" state it; Europe
for education" as now asserted, what does
your correspondent place first? Is it
Fi but France received her system of
public ipstruetion froumi lPi-e sia, and lais.
far hbeind. See reportt by 31. Cousin,
afterwards ,. .Miister of Instructioun,
on this subject. ""
In speaking og a special .r ,. Pr,-..;
against Jesuit3, does your correspondent
ni ean that Pirssia persecuted Romau.Cath-
olies? Will he -ell us, their whlc ,vura
Catholic State il Europe a one t .i. ....
demnted acd prohibited the. order? Is lie
Snot mistaken as to the ctmnditiou ofRoiunau'.
Catholics in that kingdom a uml to the aeces-'
sion. of the l egent? The. Pope does no-, i
quite agree ;iti him, for long before thai
date time Po'e spoke of the Protostait soey
Ceigns of rqss.ia -as "a'iniated by lthe.
must beneuohlut sentiments towards hi.s
Roman Catholic subjects." so that evcry'
Ihing had been brought to "a happy and
prospeqrus copelunsion" in their negociai -
k ions.
Does our opponent wish to ceuip:are seri-
ously aund thoroughly Roauiani C(atholio with
Protestant countries, the world over in this
matter of toleration?
As to conversions alleged to be effected'
by travelling Jesuits in Prmssia let us have '
fig-ges; if 20,000 are claimed, we will offset
against them t hm te maay. thousands in Italy,
Bohemuia aud Belgium, who have embraced
.,..., at least ten limes that num-
ber not to speak of the, great changesaiu
Irelhud, of recentt date.
Old I.'.-' cannot lei despatched in a
sig!e paragraph at thel lose of a long ar-
ti-'e but must bk reserved. lier defenco
and her eulogy ee might wcel lcave. to the
meany Catholic Fronenhmqn who havi spk.-
en warmly in her praise. One of thest
says "Every lady goes to Church it,t ]En-
gland." tnqli.ytr, "On SRTiday every one
goes to his ownu place of worship" and re-
'marks on the strong and earnest religiou-
spirit pervaing ail lEg!hglad. Thei prisci-
pal exception lie finds in, parts of L,itdon"
which are iubhabited by vast ma uses of"
Sf;.' '. i,.. Poehaps it "was in that
-.i, ,f L. ,,., that their "three heathens
S... .. ." discovmedu by our op-
ponent, w're found! But we must say in
justice bpth to Ireland and England that
900,000. living in Loudon,'who never en-
ter a place of worship," is a preposterous,
estimate; su.oh use of figures it is not dif-
ficult to explain.
i iEnglandlis indeed, dear to all Protest-.
ant hearts; she still has the habit of in-
hiceting "Waterloo defeats on aill her .f,
Catlhoiic, tFrenich, iorOther. Carditu; a
inan lias fled to Rome. Themind ot 1dEii
gladd was never more firmly I .. .'.,: the.
Pope than now. That riot a .!.ii1 .-.,
yorre-pondcnt speaks, tcliat deploratL..: L.-
don riot, is a proof, not of a di..-.Iu' ,,
Protestantism, but of i lProtestant spirit
deetermined even to fiereencss in resisting
whatever s vos of Popish ceremonial. Are
riots rare vemi is i l great cities?' Thatthey
should cccrini tite tier ecouiercial city o f
thle uuivers 1 ...; p-ualation of two,
.niud a half m 11. .. not strange. In
.Romue itself, 20,UU0 French troops are re-
quired to keep the peace between the lope
and his subjects.

e A Newborn paper s'iys that Mrs.,
Alice Day of that City, was lately deliver.
ed of four sturdy boys. We know not,
what a Pay ruay bring forth!i,

he not kniw that a Roman Catholic
Professor, a '-Catholic Frenchman,"'
aives sulh- facts as the following con-
ccruing tha -... if.1 Flance v hieh we all
loe. "A fact whih should filete tle
zeal of the other Chr'istian dononidinatioits
is, tinat those wiao pvfess the Reformed
religion are iiijiiteilyQ 1, eyoend us in- point of

Answer to an article Comm
to St. Augustine Examiner
ry 25 1860.-on the condi
quired to be a Protestant (
In this answer, putting aside,
and unbecoming phrases, we li
three things. 1st. The author
stands the word protestant as we
Only those who are baptised am
in divine revelation, are to
protestants. After a glance on t
state of protestantism in America
stated that in this country about
'of individuals may have all the
\tobe called protestautsbutno more
statement no other reply was giv
that we could not know ltow in
lies we may have in France and
:2nd. lie has discovered that
-was I, i .ii .l.l i., 1 ... ,i je
been *'4i"f . 1 ... i ..'..l I ./t
Are not'all the religious commui
liandmaids of the Catholic Chi
she not suppress and restore th
time .si] u.-rifa n. '- t1:rtr.
t'b.. Eoi.- .ll.ri.r .i AL Hi1,J-i.J'l. -*
lea lesl r thlit I iiL, i '...1
iuene., tL r-.. *I ,,I- .1. .
thought that he knew that in Fr
ia1 Italy the bible is read every
that in all the <.l... ., the bib
-first lesson-to be read or recited
to the capacity of the pupils. T
calls for a comparison between cao
protestant countries; but esppi
must not forget Rtome, where ed
so neglected&e. We do not sli
the task, and as England is the fi
list, we acceptEngland; thatpoor
France whici very fortquately,
unenceed to read the bible, may be
her sister Italy, both .new bible
We ill then compare the leariin
oiie countries represented by F
Itcily, with the learning of ri'otest
ties represented by EnghnIld.
well known writers have tlc lhonor
their namne on the followilng lis
we take from a work written by
ants; it is calle4 the, Univeyiral 1
Cr-tical gnd Biographicas I)
'tiis work has a place i every g
*ry, in England. The period is
vear 1000 to 1787; during whie
Franee was under the darkest des
t ie Catho1lic church, and what I
co l.s, u nn ii . I
whilst in the same period, Esiglai
blaze pf light sent forth by p
tiii'. HIere thlen is, the thatntien

IEng. Scot., and Ireland.
or planter tants.
NWriters on lavf
31atleidicians 17
11hy'ciaeis & Su'g'ns 1i
W%'riters ,it N. lios'rv 0
Ilistriansa 21
Dramatic Writers 11)
Craniumarians 7
Foets hit
lsainters 5

Total 1832

Meteorological Observations. HOTEL ARRIVALS.
mnicated X" Monthly register of, Meteorological -:---=- .
, Februa- observations, for February, 1860, furnish- Arrisalt at the Planters Hotel.
itions re- edby Dr. MAURAN, Observer forth Smith- 5. BUIPINGTON, PROPRIETOR
hristian. asonsitl Institution.
irrelevasnt -A"!!1of [FOR THU WEEKENDING MAIt. 2ND.]
lave found Thermometer in Dircectiiinof rainin W A Colclough and 'lady S C, Mr and
or under-I inchesand i Mrs Kerrison 2 daughters and servt S C,
do; that is, open air. the wind. thou sands F Ward Phila, L U Warron and servt
id believe soi. teals d t~ ii t d Augusoha tG a, W J,.A nsley do Cjol J 1SlIl t-
be calcd 1 "a i1 nilli' Jaciksoinilie, 1) 1F Kimberly New
e York, Miss L KibeWly do, Miss E, Kinu-
lie present C _____ borly do, Mr and iMrs Carrol Livingston
a, Nwe have V6 i6" 0 ,;x N N it NlN .0 '. .o, d tLudlowi Livingston do Carrol Liviti.-
5,000,000 6 607 3.1 NE N 1 tO.Dlts sten Jr di, Levi Clsamplin 11 t, IIH
requisites 59 6 5:9 Ni N il- Ni .00 at ho Ei Wahie nton, ]LcLatne Tilton do, J
458 2t 11 Nil Nl NI 1 l' LKirlant Id tlattka. W I m 11 Dennis US
a. To this S (lii S S : S i 1. t) X 0 SI
1" lil S( s' I,8W i 01) Ii ] 1 'leiinune: Jcksonville, John C
en, exce1it I ,7 168 Sa w S N I5 hitsE'd'ilio I o lej HI g r jr Waterford Capt
any eathlo- 51 i l .5; 2 Ne' NiI w 0.I1111 F xP tilloe Slh Slary Louisa PE Tuclncr
in Italy! 1) c 164 d 54 N I" Niw 10-N10 9 ( n 11no (4tpt. K W N )ickensons do, I S
the pope 1 0 56 '13 N S w 0.000 ,illiams Yaic .- New Haven, Copt
nists h ad I' c 6 a N J )I N W NE N ow .001 1 I'alne To I'l ., Mr and Mrs J A
uistshad (7 2 NE Si w S S 0. 0 HI ;arper N Y, Robt W Halsted do, E D4
the popes!! 14 75 ( S Sw S o w .0d00 Chrisolm wife child and servt Ga F Kirgh-
snities the 1 .5 7)1 Sw Sw r 0U000 lO) mBoston, Jacob Landlord N Y, A H
urch can i' w N P I ow do, Capt l) Lattowreth and 2 daugh-
S, w e 1 ho 1t66 ar N o w I Na' 0.1111) - '.ow
em, when U' s Sw N Nw 0.000 ters N J, T Tonner Ohio, S Greenilan
it 3rd. 1 (1 I I .. i I I 1.. i. N Y, Gov Moseley Palatka J
it? 3rd. .4 (t IL I t ) .. l i .I Aua ustinte Sanil. i, ..i..... ir

Well; Iwe I . ir.'., al lthe Magi lat IfIosse,
a iltt t O s ldj' ,I ' N .. . .t t 't u t u s r .r .i .' .
ance 1d t 5 1 No 00 [UP TO MARCII ST,]
he,; ho tG5 NN d 4. Tp!:i pson Louisville Ky, Mr Livins -
Si I il t7 IP sw s I (a t 1 st tl wife and tuwo daughters N Y, J L
acporditig Bradford and Indy Bufftalo N Y, W A Du-

?he writer
itholic and
cially we
ucation is
rink from
rst on tlhe
hais eoti-
eadded to
g of eth-
raiteo and
ant cou!-
None but
r of seeing
sts wsltict
y protest-
oo'd librai-
from t0he
ell period
spotist of a

nd wais in

P'rasee 50td ltaly
pr Otthoaioc
' tl 9
i', ii

8t" 11
1390 22
0o 6
:12 2

G-1 44

676 164

Allow one third more o the French on
account of their superior, populosuzoess, will
still remain to the *Cathplic French three
and a half to one; 4l1 to 132. The three
united kingdoms, IE5lsand, Se-ptlaind and

Dsi: in this Cily, on the 26th uilt. Mr.
JAME$i HEhRNANDEZ-aged 60 years.
[ corAtui cATcn. j

.. t t . .

Il)n-o In this eity, on the 24th nut., Mrs.
MARY A. DRYSDADE, a native of this city-
aged nineleen year'S.
Thue beautiful, the aeoinpli shed; hle
pure, has passed awaiy--just awien shIe was
realizing, to the fullest extent, ithe hopes of
hercaliy woenitthtlaood, just whilc shie was
basting in tis siunslisne of prosperity and
haippiqess, the Destroyer cnme aind plucked
this loyely flower. Anallwise Providence
has catled her to that promised home,
where tle voice of soirow and nourningI
shall never be heard. Too pure for cartti,
-licr spirit has flud to more c'ngaenial clinuce.
While here, t\e seeiail circle in which slhe
moved claimed her ts ir a brightest star;
itild friqm ts smile that lingered on hier
face, wwhicl doth itself could not orvrsha-
dow, cidraw the evidence of her glorious
triumnli. All qIjgh that stir hias set on
earth, it has riseis in Ileaven, .to set oig,
more. While the Angel of Patce wasI
hovering around, to cheer her in her last
noilneits, we felt, from her perfect willing-
ness to die, that she wis inwardly exclaim-
ing-"OhI! death, where is tlihy sting, Oilh!
grave, where is thy victory? Thanks be to
God, wlhogiveth us the victory."
Every virtue that could adorn the char-
aeter. f woalan, washers. There was'ever
a sweet sincerity about hey, that whispered
of a heart which knew nto cuile. In every.
capacity, as daughter, wife, another, friend,
she wants inost exemplary.' Hlaving per-

Ireland, where, at those times of persecu- formed lher mission here; She lihas gone to
tion, the poor catholics were, most positive- labor in the vineyard of her t Heavenly mas-
ly not allowed to print anything; these three ter. [le gave her resignation; She dread-
kingdoms contained however, a protestant ed nor the darkness of the tomb, lbut ap-
population four or five times more numer- praclhed it like one who draws the drapery
ous thantu Italy; t ttaline then, at of hr couch about her and lis U t
least, three or four eatholic'5 to one protes- pleasupt dreaiia.
taut in the United kingdoms. " gone; forever gone: TIlIe uing o. terror,
These lists drawn by prolestat writers, ,La vsli d ei Itanl pon r lovely h eiis,
for pritestaint England caiiigot be suspected uAnd blastsherbeauties with his icy breath."
iof partiality in favorof their Catholic popu- N.
lotions; yet catholiC' ea u .ola'te, the least ES
three and even four learned mcen to oone pro- LINES

testant. '
" "Next, we will see huos popular Educa-
tion stands in tlese three countries.

SOaUTRI-lN TyTe-Fou.NDRY.--The cstab-
lis!.mcnt of a type foundry at Moemphis' is
strongly advocated by Soutbwestern journ-
als. The patronage of that section has
hitherto been bestowed, upon a Cincinnati
house, owned by an active Bltek Tepubli-

The pringfield ltcpublicats says the fol-
S aou ing n,,.ice is posted at a rgilway stationn :
"*Travelers should be careful to deliver their
baggage to the properpersone, as a gentle-
luau, afew days since entrusted his wife to
n stranger, and has not heard of her since."

t- 'Thoe island of Great Britain rapidly
increases in population and decreases in
pauperism, the year 1859 showing a dimi-
nution in the hatter of 36,824 paupers, or
4.40 per cent. in England and Wales.
Trade and commerce increase, and the rev-
enue is highly productive and satisfactory.

v Thackerany as set up a coach and
coachma4, and a foQtmian.

O lthee death of Mrs. wvisxi., DaYS-
).AlE, who departed this life, February
24th; sliitno, ii thle 19th year of her ago:
Sho is gone to God! andi though, our hearts are
We .,rsy not wish our 1Darling hack again,
For now in that bless'd houei, that only
Thle innocent and lovely ever gain!

Our home is desolate, and no sound of ghialess,
Echoes along it drear anid silent hall,
Where Uonc her voice maIide music! deepest
E.uLelopes each tone like a funeral pall-

We miss thq tosiqh of her light fairy fingersi-
And oh e miss her glad once jyous tonte,
And each wsord, that still in tinnory lingers
Gents--w,hich enrich the viuished psl aolonte.

Our hearts are lonely! tho'"to us is given-
The Christisan's faithll that, she is happy no:
God ecill'd her early to her litneh in heaven
And lo li,,a will, stmhiissivyly we bow..

pot Mtitianzas l,'la, Frank Kingsbqrrv and
lady J3ostoiL Mnass, Capt tioltllick IB n atnd
wife Quebee L C, DJr Wilson wife and
nice Newark N J G S Bairisliy G!n, lobt
W Heasted N Y, Mir and 4Mrs J A Harper
child ad s'rwmnt dd, E 1) Chisolo wifo 2
children cad servant Gi, J WN MeKin wife
and two children Alabiama,

Northern Mail closes Thursdays at 8 A:. I.,
and Satinrdiyu to. 9 P1'. M.
Siticra Athlail lteoes on Saturdays at 8 A. tM.
Northern Mail is clue on Thursdays and, Sat-
urdays by 12 P'. t,'.
Su'ithern Mail is due on Sundays at 5 P. tM.
A, ug A aelg iiap. halving part of' hiis elie
at lis dispose :, desires o fin d pupils in iie
Frencli, Goeli'an or Spanish languages, or the
ClnI slcs.
i Pleas- address A. B. through this office c the


+ N

On thee 27th ultin.o, lSchiuser Siny Lauis,
Vu'tec, Minaster, front Cli.rleson, with aiin as-
siled cargo to various parties.
()n the 27th iultimo. hSchooner Problem, Mce-
Lamlir. 1Mater,'frian Clrleston._

U. S. ~AllsiL'S OFFICE
ST. AUGIUSPN, N LA., L.FEBl. 27th 18 0.
UxITE D) sTr.v'ilaS. t ilTiisIaN i.1iTllt' CT 01l' rl,)iliDA.
BY virtue of a Warrant of arrest issued out
(if it ie Distcict Court of the United States
ltur the Northern c Dist.rict of lS'lriolati, against
thie schooner SMary Louisa, heri tackle, appoirel,
firnituire and freigit, upon L Libel tiled iln the
.Adnii aitv side of said Court, y J. ]'. Si, anderson
E.s I., Pr'octor, fItr Henry I, 'Wells and Alexan-
dter A. Berry of Greenport in the State of N.
York ini a iauso of cotln,ri t, civil anuii t larisiii ,
I ihave seized npoi thie said schooner Mary
Louisa, her tackle, apparel, furnitiiure and
afleight, nd taklen tielite s;s into i y possession
and ttiitody and thaIt ilet retrli day at of said
process is on Monday Ithe 1lgtl day of March
next (t1860) at LI o'clock, A" Mt. it the Court
lI Otto il thle city of St. Augiustine at awhtli
tihe and place the hearing of said cause will be
E. E1, BLACIBEURN, U. S. marshal.
by Geo. J. Zelinbaur Dep'ty.
Mar. 3, 1810.
BOTTLE)D Liquors pure for medical purposes
&to. Palte Sherry Wine, Brown do. do.
maldiira do. Sicily do. O l Piort do. Claret do.
,, i,., Cider, Ale, Porter, .... .
'. ,isira tdy, lRaspberry do.,
S. 1 Snlinapps, Frenoli Cordials
Lennvu Syrup, RasphIert' '. Bay tRurt,
( humpagtle JBtritiy Di .. ... Dwjetic.
Liquor Holland (ilt St. Croix Rum, Ja iaica
Ruin, Irish Whiskey, Blourbon Whiskey, Old
Bye Wvhiskeiy Peach Brandy, Apple Io. Wine
Blttrs, Olivs, Capers, Sardines, Pikles, ...
chalovles, lle'ri-ings, Soused Salmon, Pickled su.,
Mackerel, Shad, &c. &c. &c.
Mar. 2. 1 B. E. CARR.
0 RAIIAM Cratelprs, Indtdn Corn, Corn
r Starch. Farina, Oat, leal, : ipioca,
lticer Flour, Flax I .i Mac-
caroiii, Vermicelli, . r
Mar. 3. b t CARR.
B Y S'eloonersfrom Charleston, and now dis-
Corn, Choice Family Flour, Choice Family
ltaiter, Choice Family lams.. Rice, Potatoes,
Cheese, Lard iferrmig Mackersl &er.,
Mar. 3 a I, _. CA1R,.
ASINS, Currants, Citron, choice Mistard,
ittd. latpsups, do. Olivtso, d. iFreshli Macuc.
erel. lerr ig, Codfish, Anchovies Sardines,
Mar. 3. ]. CA11l.
OItItS. Capl,'so Pickles, assorted Catsups,
Ifreshli Englis4 Mns.sard, smoked Solmoni,
soatsed .ttiuoi. niekled Salmon,. Mlcterel. loer-

rin. ieaitine. B. E, CARE.
We miss our Darling!-buIt, t ne hope shall over Mar.u. 8
Cast its sweet influence o'er each mourning IRON WARE.
rRON Pots, Klttles, lBake Ovens, Spiders,
Death for a lime our dearest tics may ever Skillets, Griddles, Waffle Irons, Corn Mills,
aitt we will meet in Jeaeni, no more to part.. Frying plans, Smooth Irone, Gridirons &c.
A rUIlEND,. Mar. 3. B. E. CARR..

OL LOT' T lihas thoroughly repaired and re-furnished it,
G OLD LO 0KET, a made uany chnuriges which will add to its
F or $~ 0 0! comfort s a ihome and as a public resort. lie
AND A PRElMIUM TO EACH PURCHASE11 would also take occasion to assure them that
WORTH FROM S2.00 TI O 3.00. no effort will be spared on the partuof himself
A TEITawo a''profitableexterience or assistance, to render their sojourn at the
our present miode of dislosing of our Jew- "OLD MERCHANTS"
elry, &c.. litd froati lhe universal salisfaclion easant and satisfieory.
given to ai.swll who hve patronized our hiista, wtoe, w
take pleasure ill sayingg bliat we now consider BOARDP I'1S DAY, 81.50.
oir busincss tua' tirlyad permanently established. ct. Ii. 3m
We wish it understood that his isNo Lotterv,
blt aa fair and legitinuiae sale, in which eitach e 10 0( H USE
purchaser gets tite valosa of his or Iher money in M S E,
ti G011l) P1ES L lN II GOLD PEN AT- AT TOCOI on the fSt. Jobhn
TCIIEIS, h A OLD LOCKEoh'T, wtrth S I t '" river 'Enst Florida is now open
cacit, wlirich cannot be bought at iany retail stoVe "f r t i ti f ioarders.
for thue samo price; and in addition so tlie pir-u l'l- a h tion o rceia benes
chase, each person rceivea s a Proinilm ot Jew- ,..... 1 ,,. 1 I is oa the East
elry, less i n valt.e titan a2, audi it maybe worth side of ..... miles above Pico-
$t2, a, 8, 10, ]12. 20, l)l, 50, or even 100l lati al. th erminus of tile St. Johns i ail llboa
NO MONEY RISKED! . . I . .. :. : '.: :.,t
We propose to let a person know what Pro- e
niunii hle will receive before sending his iimonley. i. I I .. 5 '
Any L dy or Gentlemtian desiriht e o f the l ai i oad ,is mteted. 1
alvo articles, can lirst seilnd us their ntltne and ApilicRoadlis completed.
address, st.atilg whether they wat, .lie Pencil tsla tos for Ito dill dc"r' attts hto
and Peni, or ltosoct, and we will mikc iethr J. W. NO, Tocoi Fla.
seleccion, and inforti thmn by return 'isnil wlshct 10 1D85c..
Premiuum they are entitled to. They cain tlien U S. NA riSH L'S SAiLE.
have their pllvilege of senudiug for it if they I AL
choose, -, lue of two Executions issued out o
Our plan, from long experience in the above united States h]istriet Court for tlIe
iausiiess, hias given general satsitiption., s eicti ' District of Florida, and -directed
rn-.lis- s cal o sell or trade tliee aov t aricles tigainst rancis lihidr th of site cit S. y .ugus-
,I ey cost him, and retaiu the Prenium tiame, I iaYe levied Upo n and will sell uit pbliec
gratis, outcry ill front of U. S. Court House ill this
If, however, any person should feet disposed city of Sr. Augustine on the first Monday in
to send aus their money in adrvaice, they can March at 12 o'clock 3A. the following described
rely upon being as fairly dealt with as though property, or a part thereof, as levied upon pro-
they had roiade previous appliethion. aions by thIe Sheriff of St. Johns county, viz:
Any person sending us $25 for our goods will A Ilouse and Lot ina Charlotte Street in the
receive a Pancil, and Pen aindPremnium, or Lock- city of St.. Augustine,
el a.nd Premnium, free. a known as City Iaotel.
i- ,.i. ,,, ..... i aPenciland Pen, A Ionuse and Lot in I icolata Street, bounded
SI. 'J N. by said st., E.'by a lot formerly of Cornelius
A.Among tonr Premiumnis rear ielcs suitable for Dupont, West by a'lot of Mrs. Foster.
Ladies and Genuuteen, such as 500 Acres Land it i2 mile Swamp, kuown as
Gentlemen's Gold and. Silver Watch- John Genopoley's.
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains, '' .' 11 ,.'
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold l; I Acres of Land on Pellicer's Creek, ferl
Watch Kqys, merely belonging to liobertliclkler.
CGold Shir! Studs--plaii and with settings: 5 1Shares of City Sa:w Mills.
Gold Scerf Pins--new stI1e; Gold Breast E. E. BLACK1BURN, U. S. 5'arhial.
Pins, Gold tings, &c. By Geo. J. Zebnbaier, Deputy..
F1OR LADIES, St. Augustine, Jan. 27, 1860.
We 1Iave'GoldWatcihes, Florentine, Mosaic, Gold IT
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Corarol Breast Pins P 11| ITS.
aud Ear Iings, Gold Bracelels, Gold Sleeve ICHOICE bunch Raisis Citroa, C(rrcfts,
Butonts, Cold Belt Slides, Cold tings, &c. &c. sites, assorted l'r es, Jelly, Ginger,
Also, ianos, Mielodeons, Musical Eoxes, Ac- (tried apple, Almnionds. Pecan Nuts, i uaial
cordeons, &c. &c. Nts, sPea uNuts, Euglish 1aliutts, Hickory utits.
Unexceptionable references given whenever ,Jan'- 2. IB. C.1lti-.
1\. B.-In sending your names, wrile the Fi'tsh, (ro(e.'ies.
State, County and Town plainly, so as to. avoid
letters being miscarried. a> T T17T received alj .elh suipldy of Family Gro-
Address, ANGLE & CO., d series at.
102. CANAL 8TR.BET, (Old No.) SWINNEY'S Caoh Store.
NEW YObUK. Oct. 15..

308 Broadway, New York. 365 &, 367 BROADWAY,
After rp 1, 1180 at 501 JBIROADVWAY, two Corner of Franklin Street,
diors from the St. NiAcholas iotel.
The Stereoscope is the most instructive, in-
I'.i. "*,. entertaining, amusing, and exciting
.-..i .. inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too J. TAYLOR, i POPRIETOR.
initlligent, none too uneducated, to acknow- *
ledgo its worth land beauty.
i home is complete without it, and it must Posses advantages which all travelers appre-
and will Iceietrao ev'ry lire, ciate. Its location conniot be surpassed, being
1l prl'cnts to your viiw every part ofithe convenient to Ithe principal places of burisincess
world, in all ile relief, holdtress, perspective, and almlsesment. The apartments, of which
and siharpnesss oat detail, sit if you were on the thlre are two hultindred, are well furnished aind
spot. well vetnilated; and being conducted on the
Photaograilders acfi everywhere explooinsg 1'r'0io;r plll visitors cn live in tle lheist
Fl rope, Asia, Ali'ihi., ieiii in sorch of tthe style, w iti lea greatest eieonoily., A large par-
grland tlld he benulttif.l. iandii1h resutils of their or, frontingon ironidway, tNd commllanding an
skill are coistanily ena'icllling outllistoec extensive view of that world-renowned thoro-
Wt hu li an hii itionti vsarietly oa p:ier itws ughitre. lins been biueatibifully furnished for the
of scenesis in PiLris, Loudon, Eiighii Ireland, Wales, France, 1' ...... Holland, the HIonse are eich, as to afford the greatest
Swiizerlaund, The llhine, I . St. Cloud, comfort to guests.
Fontainblenu, Tuillerieis, Italy, Turkey, Egypt. THiE' INTERNATIONAL HOTEL is con-
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Crysial nected with .
Palace-also uronipi llistoriial, alunsing, mar- TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED SALOONS,
ringe recnes, lhreald.ast scenes, pice-nic, s.; tis-
ary, &c., &c. An exquisite assortmenti of llt. Accommodating over one thousand persons, in
minted Interiors of Palaces, Churches, and witich visitors can have their meals, or, if they
I. i, .1 ... .. , & e., &c. The et- desire, they will be 'served in their, own apart
Si i i iiiiiiii I i. w is most remaisrk- sients. Thle fare served in tlIe Saloons ,.,,l
'^Iavt5'ry"'eeti e eTeu tno es Sai s"..r.. P '5 i ~s ~r''' I -' r '. ..- .,jri". 5 -I" ..i-
should have in his drawing roo ..... Sm ... -!,,
i cenes. Noth- MAGNOLIA HOUSE
i.. , ..... ..... ,: ,, te can offer M.,.L
s.a......t . ...l.t oh of 1he pictu- ST. AUCUSTINE, FLORIDA.:
rehsqe and the beahstiftsl'.is
Anthon'y InstaintniTeous Stcreoscope Views
areu tile latesL lPhotographic wonder. They are
tkl"l'n ill ihe fortieith pilt of a second, and every- "I'4
thing no mil'ter how rapidly is inoy he moving a .l.i
is dapicteid oli.alir-ly l and distinctlyas if it ad
been pcrifccti atl arst. This gives an additional i TERMS:
t-luie. her so lie bstinties itf inalnisite nature rs Transient Boarders, $1 25 per day.
a iles i ceiari of lil and option. Thie pro-' i o
cess is a distovery 01' our own, and being un- Singie Rooms, attic, 4 50 per w'k.
k;lown in l"urope, we recivc from Lonsdon anmd Single Rooms, 2d Story, 6 50 "
'aris large ordelrs for Anthoiy's Instatantaneous Single and Double Roomus, with flie-places,
Views .Lttessic;tn rhItti Ssere eli h tdisi'ess''lbly, situa ted, will be treated for.
Aolsng other ilnEg1ste liat'e just published t -
Sier-oea,ie lilustri(tions of th Scene of e Board, exclusive ofrooms,400perw'k
Fulltn iStreet 'rayer Meetinigs, in whidh many :Extra .Meals, 37) cents. Extra Pires,
hearts feel till interest. The particulars of itis 25 cents.
will be lounld i oltr cat.loigu. b Gooed fare and one uniform price.
Our te talTog e i of, lhjl" Ii n tald prices will Ie ',t. .-9.
forwarded to anyy aildd-.i n rC tipt l a stamp. __
pa'rties at is t iat aItc enldig td ts 5sic ; h1e, i n 'a S,-r.' ..'uS.0 it r
815. S3 or .253 can .have a good i,.t.rumen 1 f0. _JI' lE R IH OT IEL.
and hlluih pictures Its they may ireque5i, seat by
'ie s alone, withoutt instrument) can be St. Algustine, Fla.
sent hbv iitih. t
r'lies ltwho awi ilto endised otf veryhting S. BUFFINGTON, PROPRIETOR.
really sInable lil Ile line that i:onles out, smay
send its thleitr ol-ias to place on record, and ws THIS FIRST CLASS HOTEL
will keep thIli ptns.l a< out own expins e Ii hiis been Ieascl tor a erns of
-Men fis teir will find Phot'liogralIhy a most i ' '-','. sr years by Sam. Bulting'on the
fat nli,,g asit delglitfui anmsett ei. VWe are h clc-y'-l7 1arnier proprietor, of tlhe Bitf-
preipared to ftt ollt .'uniltetrsts atit evei ythisng . a ,e S Jatsonville, cwho again respect-
necssa'try hfr Ileir slucmcs tgetgclir will in- , .. .. his old friends and the public to
structioa '-ilow to takeStereoscopicPictures." give him a call. IHe will always lie found
ANTIIONY, I ready to greet them it his usial style.
Importer and Manaufanct.ure.r of photographic i ,"t 7.
Materials, Stereloscopes and Stercoscopie Views. _
.- Mc 1eiritatl f- clii every sectiolt of hai 'oS literch nt rsl-' "'
colintry are resl t iihuly invited to make sean ex-ei lrJc. invi olle ol .Ult
anillsition of our ltocl, ta our discount to lhe
trade will bhe lileral. I CORNER OF KING AND SOCIETY
T ' P I "T -1 1-- Is ers.-First class
s. 1 . -' tiede, STREETS,
'i,.. a .,, unmounted; with price
of Negative. with pric CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mlar. 3. 4m.
ElXT.'LAIlDIa)t .iV .\,LE OF i ,-

1 L 0 l T L 0 (.' E T 8 TheI subscriber having taken the above well
known and favorite Hotel, would beg leave re-
A Gold Pencil withl Gold Pen attached, I stpectitlly to inform the former patrons of the
OR Hlouse, as well as the. traveling public. that hel

IS hereby given to all whom is may concern
that SI have this ds dsay of DacictlebeA. D.
1859 revoked, annulled. antd made void a Letter
of Attorney by me given t J. C. stemming, Esq.
in February, or thereabor,. in the year 1858.
Ex. Est. of A. Dupont dec.
Dee. 10 15.9

LL persons indebted to the Estate of Gad
llumphreys ate of'St. John's county, de-
ceased are requested ton masle immediate pay-
.. I i ii i -. 1 'nd all persons havfrg
.... .. t I . Will presenttlem In du-
ly authenticated within the iri prescribed by
law, or this notice will be plead in bar.
Nov. 26th 18A59. AdIiniairiatrix..

A notice.
STX'monfhls after the date hereof I shall ap-
fply to thie Jidg'e of Probate of St. Johim
county for my dicliarge as administrator lwitht
tihe will annexed of the Estate of' Iannaih
Smith, deceased.
St. Augustine, June 25, 1859.

7 , .. '.. ,. .. ,

nalen county for a hial settlement and for my
discharge as the administrator of the estate of
Antoine Giroux, deceased late of said county.
August 13, 1850. 8w
APPLICATION will be made to the Judge of
the Circuit SCo(t or Judge ofat Ilate of St.
Johns county, fori authoilrity to sell certailt r,'t
esiati of R. C. Miller for the'purpose of a more
profitable investment.
Nov. 26, 1859. 4w

FRO1 rich and poor, bond and free,' all eeol-
ors, grades and conditions of life, we hear
the same meed of praise awarded this wontler-
ful article. Mores a i' ins' relieved,
lives savd, valuable t a ...,W .... I useful, and
untold ills saiaged by this great medicine,
wlhich is sUprisiuig to the jitdgment f man.-
Wliat tfmily does not require a standard Lini-
meut. Who ever- heard of the same effects
produced by any other article? For Cuts,
Bruises, Sprtiis, Rhiumatismn, Swellings,
Strained lorscs. &c. 1 lihas no equal. Be-
ware of limitations. The genuine Mustang
Liniment is sold by all respectable e Druggistsa
and 1.iv''ry Men in every town, parish nit
hamlet thlsoughot North and South America,
E(trope, and hilc Islands of the Ocean. Buy at
on. BARNES & PARK, Proprietors, New-York.
March 3d.

For Sale.
A fine pac,:ng PON.Y, also. woe:k in
h-f'u liarness, Appily t.i
leb. 25. 2t

A good Cookl, Washer and Ironer. For
particular ai'ply at this office.


THIIIRTY days after date I will apply to the
Judge of Probate of St. Johns county for
permission to sell certain personal Estate of
Lewis and Robert Mlickler, (infants.)
St. Augustine, Feb. 18 1800.

SIX months after date, I shall make applica-
tion to the Judge of Probate of St. Johns
.county for a final settlement, and for my dis-
charge as the Administratrix of the of Estate
William Theabout, deceased, late of said county.
Feb. 18. 1800. Administratrix.
LL persons having any claims, or demands
Snginst thie IEslate of Nathan Cobb late of
St. Johns county deceased, are required to ex-
hibit the same within two years, and those in-
debted to thei Estate, are required to make pay-
msnt immediately to
HIELENX W. COBB Executrix.
Feb. 11, 1860. 8w.

ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Thas.
IIite late of St. Johns county deceased are re-
quetrled to make immediate payment to the un-

. 'i I .I r. r
-'' i it i ,
Feb. 111800. Sw Administratrix.

A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Annie
Riz, deceased are requested to make im-
mediate payment to the undersigned. And all
persons having claims against the said estate
are required to present the same within two
years; or this notice will be plead in bar of their
payment. S MATILDA COOPER, Ad'trix.
GEORGE COLEE, Ad'trator.
Feb. 4, 1860. 8w
A LL persons having any claims or demands
against the state of Kingsley B. Gibbs,.
are required to exhibit the same waitM, two
years, and those indebted to theiE Istate, are re-
quired to make payment immedi itely to
'Doe. 31. 18-59 Executrix.


IX weeks after date I shall apply to the
Court of Probate of the county of St.
Johns for letters of Administration de bouas
non witli the will annexed, upon the i Estate of'
Robert Mlellardey, deceased.
St. Augustine Jan. 7, ISt19.
IX week after date I shall apply to the
1, 1 p. ,i ...ty of St Johns
1I i.. ,t ...... t...i.'... de bonpissanos
&c., withhe will annexed upon the estate of
'Joseph A. lHernandez. deceased,
Jan. 7, 1800.

- 'at 0

No. 6.11.
BY TBE PRE U 1-NrT O'I' lli' I
srt u.,
L .... iTA r.- '

] b | U -i. 1. ,. i i ,i i ,. '.,,.n I "

S and offices in the State of Llorida, at the
e .b i r'l' I *' --tt.
r 1, : i 1 .. i l l ., l. .. .

I .! I J. 'l i. ,1'. . 4.. III
.i .... tion, within the
S i.... ,, It I. rich remain, to,
S ir. .I I I miles on each
S, .. r ,ci *' John's river, at
Jaiksonvilld'i to the waters of Eschembia bay, at
of nele Pensacola;" and, "from Pensacolt to
Sie St'ite line ofAlabaman'in the direction of
.st iiii 'a i i i. i i i 1 1d i I
i 1 I.I u j I I'In d 2, I I i ,

1 ioarnships 1,nd 2, andof ran, I
Iwnships, 2 and 8 r
1o p a,3 i*. 7t

S .'-, L; 1, ". ,l .
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I* ,.:. .1.. 1. I I i I

Ii.'.i .i ., -, 44, 6, and 0 7

ri, omerid Ltz.

r [ i ; i i i * -
T I i' '. -

.t *'a* 't theoprin-

I .. 4,! 5, : 7
T i i ni- '
I ... 1 i 1 i .i i i i i ,

5'2u A ti d base line aud east of theprtn-
; cipal meridian. ,
S Township 1, of ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8,
and 9. -.
Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 10 and 11.
'- At the land office at tIewnensville, eommenc-
At: L '1 lay, the fifth da'of Moal next, for
*'' ',. ,1 4..,' of the vacant, lands ..
'I r l se :Wtisa and parts of '4''
1r tioned tbwuships, L -
Lu I. 1 Scates, vidLhin six ": . ,,
i rad "trom St. Joblt's river,
I I .i> is'. n 'II ,i ,; w' .. 7I' cllnbiai bay, .l1
c-r a .... i
f ii A i I, A ''t i .*'. to tile waters I '
a 11, I I i. Cedar iey. ( ni
S itI- as req Lred cy 1Aw,,'
minimum of Ito do'inre and

i.: ." - .

C Towbahip3s and 2, of range 11.
Towuoahips 1, to, and 3, 'i. I
Towaships 1, 2. S, 183, .. 1 I of range

Townships 1,2, 3,.4, 18, I1. r, i I ..frange
14. -
a Townships 2, 3, 4, 12,. 3, 14, and 15,
S range 15.-
Townships 2, 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, and 14, of

J.,ni.. 2, 4, 10, 11, 12, i, !. I-
Srange 17.
Townships 2, 8, 4, 10, 11, and 12, of range
S- 18. ". '
Townships 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9, C' 110 and
C 20.
Townships 1. 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, and, 9, of
r 'anges 21 and 2-.
S- owunships 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, and 7, of range
Townships 1, 2. 3, and 4, of range 24.
At the latd office at St. Augustine, com-
mencing on dondTy, the twenty-seventh day
of February next, lor the disposal of the vacant
l -,' ands in the even-numbered sections and psrs oJf
eensetio, within the undermentioned townships,
*thict remain to the United States, within six
Smiles on each side of the railroads ''from St.
o 'johns river, at Jhchsonville, to the waters of
Escambi a bay, at or near Pensacola';" and
"from Amelia island, ore the Atlantie, to the
r.".i .' . f :i. branch to Cedar
r .. i i' ' I l object, as re-
"rjl.rr i .n- I I I ) e niiicimln of v'ro dollars '
iI} r" iI irl "P 'e,',ixt' *'
.-', .." ,' .: line and east of /thpriei-
.. / celi meridian.

Townships 3 anl 2. of range 23. .
Townships 1, 2, and 3. ol r .- ... 26,
27, and 2.
SlSouth of the .rqtse line andcast c 't
r, c oal mer.idiaci.
f .= ,,i', 1. 3, of -" ...i 211

S, i .

The offering pf the above lands v,;ll L; corm-
r. r .J ..n thel days appointed. ani will pro-

thus closed; but no sale "sliall be kept open
longer than two we 1 . 1 a private entry of
any of the above : 'dmit i I e admitted until
after the expiration I c weeks.
Given under my hand, at the city of Wash-
ington, thiS fifteenth day'of -November, anno
Domini onethoeusand eight hundred and filliy-
nine, ;
BIy the President: JAMERS IUCITANAN.
S. A. SMITIt, .C'oll-nixio.r of 1ie GCeneral
,and Off;e.
Every person entititled to the right of pre-
emptioan to any of thle hinds within the towns-
ships above enumerated is reqtiired to estab-
lislithe same to the satisflaeiton of the tiegiserr
and Receiver of the.. proper land othice. and
ma. ake payment therefore as soon es pracftiableb
'inl *.i ni,. i at .c Ibefore the ide y ep-
3j ... .. .. .... ,.n ent of thIe P1 liei
sale of lands cmbrNicing the tracts claimed:
otherwise sulh clahn will be lfrfited.
S. A. .$MI'r1 ('fmctiwon'r
S of ithe c'encril Lanei Oi/'ce
eec. 10.




The subscriber having taken the above well
known and favorite Hotel .'.i leave re-j
spoetfully to inform the .... ..... of i.
Honse, as well as the traveling public, thliit hie
has thoroughly repaired acnd re-:irntished it,
and made many changes which will hdd to its
..f .ri '1. t .... and as ai public resa rt. Ile
11 .I occasion to a'siuroe them lhat
no ,tfort will be spared on. the part ol' himself
or assistance, to render their sojourn at the
casant and satstisfloctory.
'; BO.AID PE DAY, ,S1.60.
cti. I5. 8nm

l . l I .. , .. .... I ,
*[ IlII nn II t I ll'. j ':TI 111 pIt ., I I .. I 1- '4 *

i, .. ,, r,,.,,,. ,.- , .- ..r ;... .. 1., .

I am now I -r .... I i I .. pure Cog-
: ..'',, , .. I .' cdical aind
'flThe iIenase success that hIas
crowded my efforts to place a pure Gin within
fthe reach of all, under the name of Aroniic
I . .

years past, to solicit me to piursuo the same
course ic regard to the article of Brandy. i
k ". .... .. r .. .

of Brandy in France, consequent upon the short-
aca of the grape crop for some. years, there
Chance of nc'- being abl i i I

S.... I I .. i t~ I ho grape crop
I I I I I. I p/'. iis yesar (and tch prose cet-
I I I I ,. ;uiltdt.ntc, 'nd prices of Briandy
3i;cV fOel/el to the standard of I ten yea'urs ago.-
i 'lie dnty on Blrandy is also sevecny .per cent
lower. cued 1 lavs noi' tido iie arrangements
S I ,ny exporters illn rallce, of the

', ',,I. . ... I

1)e found. when ttsclii a i ediicine, a beverage,

,. . , .. ,.... tt A c
. 1. ... , , ,, , c

01/f 'all descriptions of :irdent
S... I froiii it/s high pice, lhas been
tle oie airtied. t.h' r I: aId sellers mlas u
turned their .aLe'nilon' to, and itiiiions of gal-
lons of the so-ct.allcd French Brandy have ibeen
.i .. .i i i Iclite laind, and have
.. ..' i .. f na ldori, stide s,

to an'carly grave, :elf-destroyers} front dclririum
treen~tns, tinia-a-nlin andil horoi, nalnes un-
knows nntil ulnprincipledl men b1eg:Li o si: lke
maddening compounds and sell it 1as the pure
licrnchi Brindy.
The virtues of pure French Brandy need not
le told by me. Thicy cre I)I i te *
lhe world as a lm'eiicine or nelid .. I, .l
is, as the French nation c poeticilly ccall it 'l]iiu
de vi;,," ti he at' oi iilu'. hBut this ipplics
to it only wlen pure ani uiaduzer'atcd. lan-
nfloki retil ,i ,I ,I ,I .'. i ..
e g(O~ ill* I iI c. '. i i m I ii
I i I. ... .I i I I t a
innocent tetis etof tIhotttth at our eoi'. To
rectedy a ftccccfil evil. I haove commi'nciceda ici-
S' .. . .. it ac

S ders fros the 1. .
p l's of ill i i
i" ii i purpoOcO.
No. 22 Becver Sirl'rt. New Yoirk.
I : at New Orfiale: EI. J. [lIIl't L
CoA). I" & Co., J. T..loore & (o.

Io Ei. IF ' I II4 E.

PY virtue of an vJtvouhliodn issued out eoftie
J, I .i. . i' Vo siia nd
S 1 inr delivered in fvwm ol' Williu 1.

I i. sc ,, i. ..5." i ... .

'he abi ve 'Ialt is p 11 oul unlil tIo/ uI't
Monday in lMay.
Thc above scle is posIpo.eid uni l Ite ilrI I.

Thic ilbove sale is postppned nltil l the first
i onday in Jl y.
The abbve sale is postponed until cite firte
Monday ie AugIi. ..
The above sale is pospostlned until tle first
aMonday ian Sepit.iber n te. a
Thed,t'ove saliF, postponed until t(hie firs
iMonday in Ocohiic next.
Thie above silo is postponiedl until ie first
IMondlay i N ovpembe'r niixi.
Thel aiove saieis posipionied nril tihc fr
AlMondr Tn Delheubr'next.
TiOhe ibiove sale is- po.po)ned iunil the i-,'st
ccondlcy n.hl;uiiury nit .


J U'T discharged fro/n Slch. l /':clicfrom Newc
qo Yotk.. C'hoi'ce Goshen hliiter, lProvisidns
ApplLes, Olic'cuoS, ii'tnkcheat, :assorted
Crackers. Ii. CAIllI.
eL'c. 17


Reliable orders '',- t. 'rde, by Mail or
Telegraph, tilled, .. .. to
AUSTE'Th, Agents,
) 93Perli ftrect, N. Y.
Kerosenc is also to be obtained at .he Man-
uficturers' Prices, of all thie NeIv York Whole-

B.-KER OSEL.E' is the trade-
imark of thi Kecroscne Oil Co., atil all
inst usinl tthe

. .. '. A-, .


$200 000. .,

OHfices- 1 E1 OADYAT, .t..l


Thai Coitp1any Instures T ildilngs. Mcrclan-
dise, Slips. and t 1 iirt. Ilouse-
II .. . I I i I l'i' i l'y
I 'i or i l'aiiiaOe ay tirc.
." I lAK ;i 'ra-sideit.
W .IJil"N /h. /IN, Vice Pcesident.
WMI. JAI.'"'ARY\, Secritary.
GI13. R. I IAE./RAK15S, ;
S AgeSt, S. AusUgsline.
J tiiue 25. "
A large varicly of Toys ifo thide llolda1y.
Nov. 12 T. NIELSON

ge 1iO ate

PICOIATA TO ST. /IA.'.'. i..

Four Ilorse Troy Conches. Carriages and Light
Wagons, :il connecting will'the siecral
( -' ':.. *" '",- And

SAV, *?TT-*-- Steamers.

S.. r..r ..i

Arrivals and opairti'res f'roml Charleston twice
: r/ueek- Ev'erglbi', viaSlavainiah. CUroli-

And i St. Mnr -'. island
dit. i.i iiu. I up th 'icr i'-
hi'ttk:i, straonil '......

Si. A uc .stine.

iTA1:'N up ai l cor ittied ifo lO,'l

I. .1 I h I it

I ii I i .'i iI I 1i. I ilof D -
1' 1. 'lThe ow 'er is requesled l to eoiun
I I .. /y expenses .undtaktc him away.
A. ''. "' I !I/O 1.
Sherii St.Jolbls Coutluy.

im.a 21; .
R i''ON o'o' I Ke tt ic -les, assoreI d (i supi,i
i i. i /. I Mustna cl, smokedi Shllnol,
sensed s.:lhl u, p I]kled a Hlianll, Mackerl. Her-
Ing. luintlne. P, E. CA iil/ .
Ian. 2 I. d ______ )]
REON Pots, Kettles, 1iake Ovenii, Spilers.
.1 ill-t,, Griddlrs. WSi le TIrulis, tn]'" iills,

,tan 2s.. 1.. iE. CAiV l.

lgy" (Cii ai. t ihe li'w 0htoreuncer tl'e .rc-
SoI' ic L' tjlh o spc ie l }y ITl':Zr, ie s yi u
want cheap an primo ;tic]tsili ,10 Gro-
cery Line and other littleick ie ackcs.

t i ,r'i'- ,orn *Slarclh. Lemnons, Crhiann
il i. a,;o, Tapinea, MaccarouniYeast
n I n I "n i, SOda, Cre rIIn t'fa llr .
i l 'i. E. CA R. E

________^ ^'fa'L____ ,\ eI...t l*:'*: i/ALE

SE iM NA F"A'.

.i- .., .. ... . I. .. ... .

TIIE, EWf1e, l i .. .i' N1 i.17r
I . .. tiI... .i i IN .. .

Anno.nee t. it '1, r-h i is.l- 'i' 'It improve
.. ... .. ..... .. ... th y a
now enabled to offer it to the Trade at
Theo attention of customers is respoef ifill
called to tlhe suijoined table, the result or
phlotoime'rial cxnnoninti, by Eid'd N. Ken
I]g., of 'New York, Chemist, andl dated Feb
185;. "'


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i .. ,.:.. .L ,. t .. I

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1.299 63 4 85
83 '1 00 12 00/
S. 76 1' 5 17 70
850 2 25 26 47
300 87 29 009

I II .. '.. i I I I "

_ .... I tI 1' i. I ft t2 :j i I I I i.t .
n r, ',,r ', '. I
[I i .0. ; .l ] r~ [ Ii I i

T ~ .,,, I, I, or ].LIa.

t~r 'ytajiJJ eALsl 'iter l h o ... 'ay in Ae-
S ", [ ill i ,i. i ll]' gusl next, *i o I n the
it ,_ ..... the following property or
II it: E *il i ll L r(y' so -.. i. '' .. ,vill pay the State and county
1 Taxes and expect due thereon for the year
SI -- ii.. i 1. .r i .. - 1859, bythe heir of Mrs. Lawrence, to wit:
Fl ,i1'Th ,EL 1-0 the undivided half of afract ofland situated on
the'N orth river about 16 miles North of St.
- Ii Jiti '' N A'.DD1 ii August ine. bounnd tsd on the North by tracts of
Or .JASPER COUNTY,.(IcOlIoIA,';' Iiannnh Smith, f: P. Sanchez andti pbliplands,
East and'iWest by public lands, and Spouth by
Authorized by *Special Act of Legislature tract oftLconardy and public lands. Being sec.
;2 ofT. S. It. 29 E. and according' to the
<5i T "f l nrT* DT)i] R Government surveys containing 1,185.94-1000
'- ': ,_ 1 j, 'tl j acres. The whol of said tract has been here-
S. tofore assessed to WmV. Trivers.
BIORE THAN QNE PRIZFAI '" *-, D: itOGnERO,'Sh'if & Ex-off. Tax.
Assessor & Collector St. Johns County.
EVERY TWO TIC tTS. Jan. 7,1 sco.

t eda e c pY Virtue iof a Writ issued out oft.the Pro-
, To be draw in public .nnder the sworn supain- baie Court of St. Joln's County aud to
setildnce of two tiinmsioners, appointed for c directed. l Shlll offer for Sdole in front of
i ,i a liunrpose, in thec the ourt flouse .. I I .. t.. I it

Cityof Sav nnah Georgia. t fsle l iocuo 0a 1 c'I ofL... y
Ct O of February 1 518; caIt iat eeoiidi 'Icmct of LIcd
S 0 I -r ..r- ,

a N tA I ,er I/ .. t. i I II . '.1 .. "1 ,'. ." :I
IN JANU.. I e'a ..

i -tr "I. .....
Class '- to be J'rtawn J.T n. 7, 1860. .. i ....
CI ::s3 5 t., to bc Dra n Jan. 14, 1800. i
Class 55, tobe Drawn .an. 21, 18.;0. I II' I '
Class 5i/, to be Drawn Jun. 28, 1S80. ing the s. [" i" "

On 13he Plan 01rs Nov ii rs, e. tF DUMAS, Agent

Fifty Thousa~id Tickets!' TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
..--....- ITiLLbc sold, before thel Cc. I i .. "< '
1 'Prize of .-il0.000 is ;00,000 YV in Eaterpriso oi the : .
1 20,000 is' 20,000 Ju next, the following property, or" s.
1 ,c / /10.0 '.0 i 1 ei, luchel thereof, as will pay the State and
1 .0J) is 5,0 I t crio t tiaxws and expenses due tihereon for ithe
1 4.000 is 8,t)o0 year si8'. by the hoirs of De Fougcrs, to wit;
t1 ;'t/1ct is 2.1:0 o O/ s 20lo is d 1iit o land. Norl of New,
.1- ct/l is ,lit:i I(.) S -nda2, obollndc I l by Orsold's lands
1 1" .01 is 1,500 oi' touii by Diumnuett's, East by-th i, 'West by
1 1,100 is 1,/i0 t it Alic lands.
5 1t000 are 5.0W) 1. TTIOIA, i i a ,.r
400 0 are ,I t Th) a 0 Tax Collector .
SO ae ; The above saleis forte i .
'2 00 are 00-

50 150 are 7.500 B
*100 100 I./.c/O s SHERIF'S SALE.
S.-5.: -- ..'i -i'). ''.'. St. An-usl'o eCityA5hIusCo. '
S vs. In Chancry.
"'t Naitian Cobb. j'
4 Prizee of 56 o a'lproxiitating toCobb. .cour of
2 ,,),. l : ; a re 0 I h I .. . . c en : t of

4 Prices of i

8a2,ow)l> ..rize-, -4- -I.0 .a .
8 a d tsnpiicis 'I l.hren.,'. 1 1
at Mt / i tg tiicy r in y i t pr-iin
a,8 P 100s or 1 lpiroxi al ig to aoclot' nlsal i i lc tiof ili coal; l /i ,/'
SPre e i,.n,. at one and t i ycl t. .

Pr sof. tot on le -on i a i security. i ii i cee ...
I.500 o" iigior l etc" i setn) pSO/ at iierh gi' c .
8 Prizes of I0 ac/.prox./ :iat'nt toob '' )i. /;s /:l lof I t ileda o
I/ia01}riz Acudtw i,' ce dit o c lt o "Y'-s '1 i .

2.0-6..c0 rilesi oct 10 0 re........... aid alesa the p s //ni ct are c d. e
T;3ec above s le ps posipon'd m oniil the .hir'st
-otly illn February
s : it aen'lo......ti sllc i" ,, I contui t of
parties to iist indaly 5thc lday of .March I1860
W -l 17e r'".- , Ha'lv E A f. lOt ;Et itt.
i SheriflSt. Joh is col..
iarteS $250. st. A.igusticne. S. Johns county
sNov. 29, 183t9. ddc3
The at1ien / rs iro' 1 to I ..... r
wieh those nuein crs on I . irtie of sundry exccntitos issued.out o
separate sli of p: lr :'a are encircled itl sina 'l the Circuit ort c ourt ir the count or St.
ti lcube' aid .hlacedin one wheel. -0ins Eastern" .1/ouit of Florith o mc ne'directed
Tiic rsti j7'l'ri : .. c. agaisa 1lraec/a l. I is d eiuatcy, ,oY I have
circled, a Jr., pc ; lc1ed i levied upol il nd'. i i .'' t public l sl before
I i I .1"i i . .'] .; l.' ct e Court louse doo r in .he 'ciry of St. Aug s-
i i I i I Line ost Monday the fict da.y of Auguct, be-
Prie is d n te wheel tween Ihe usual liontrs of sale, the f.iiowing de-
r- I I I I Ili. se golnotilo a:1 Prize is scribed property to w l.
I . I s /l'-c. T itiun rir ind A House and Lot in Charlotte stryot in the.
sand c. iiilccltodl ci "y oft St,. Augustinte,
'oul t it th cola i raa's ciyHotel.
S -. . . .. d ,by the Commniissiot nowr; as Ciy l hotel.
i I I : against the Niumber A I ' I a olata srset lihoindcd
drawn. This operation is repeated until tIle lius i.c .. 1.. L o 'f.m cr of s oreas-
[,rie darse dfawn, ot. lico. 1 ic'''''c''' I. ir o. C. F.Icer.
r h. l .. ..-T.]e two J 50o in 0 ..ilc swamp k/nov i as
S I .. ... ecidbuirs to Johneitinopoly's.
.. ', .. .. I cit be eunti- 101 Acres Land North River knoMi t as Shell
tied to the 4i .1; approxim: tineon P'riz ll 11 f. ",
nicle: ti s'licet Na. *''it' d 'aws ia .... ..I 1: I1 Acres Land, Pollicer's I i I I
'l'i;.re, h,',,s t i l 's ti hired it /. ,112i, d1obert Micller.
112;, 12. 12.,:2 will each le ntileld io S200. ] 5 shares ill C'ity S. -':y i
TiPcket No .i3o d,5 nws the i ;i .0. )0 trize, a osc t l 'file above c ,i. .t / 1 .I si tile l Is
tickets inuibl.r'.ed 5-! .-'.1, 6 5 will each rs i ''' ec ci t rnec t .
bie etilllhd to '/l50, and so'ol acco din. g to ilthl '" '

1 t1 a ti Ic'.I '

al.. o. . no prepared tIo a le o Imy o ld fric ds
,,i , i , | /ii iiiii i jo ns coi.icly a
oru it i ii ii ,1c i'noi y after the draw- '* of fall iand winter dry
aIC. gol.s- it. very low pics fr c ali orirct a-
'u, .'irchis'rs will pitase whrit'e dlin sig- ci:.iulsncos at sitaic ind ninety ciysn credit swilh
illurertpilin, iand giv.e hiir post.offic, county, eltii'oved eidors ars. Orders frionit ay country
'ilSnd lite.. t ir scrid iiacc otcnied vitih the caslt will be
I,c 1' "noe r/ it Iev. / e .ry prize is d'1rawn i'pror i . -.. *- at care and atten-
i'M | sly tblt in full wiitoct ctltiion. rio . i. i. .. o h o purchliaoer.
I: -All pri'/e a[,0' ( h nii clndo r iaidimeticMe Iy '' ly ltipon it ,if they
Litiay aiicer iie irawing-other prhics at ithe send ine orders for driy goods that they will Ie
a ,ia l ti1 a .of. Iltir 'y Ilays. .. .. i ... care sld attention .o give ei.-
All cOiini inlions strictly confidenti.l. .. I i. thic purcliaser. All amounts
Addr. .slOird e .i for TirIke or C'rtificaItI s to purchasedl at this house over twenty dollars
Mci l NNI 'Y & t'O., ri i n i. 0ic .i c i l Iloweda live iper cnt. o'. tor c.tyh.-
SA lil of p trher in tir iht al't ia-rte drawn I i here a list of a l w ofi my large as-
frot iii whi terl. ith di le ititii o 1e pri t -. th t sertlment of goods.
n'oli nii is enil I.d t 'c till l p'.alil'el J)after D Y G O O D S
'ry (tinicc/'. ili/Thlo Savcnirili rici ly fNe'n'.
I" e.. h conti'ting o,'l, l ren ic i d 1 it hr; .e o c nsh sill/ c'-
S- imptro. a icoi Cloths, Satcilinuct aind K'. Jean
I, hi pr 't, s .s *u .r ', Tw d C h. a y C'.ia inir. '- ILadies Cloth/
Si: .- r I s.ii olor, iguredatnd .... ...
U T1' received a efrch supply of Family Gro- I '' c Ilco., i,. I l k o
covus at i P /, y. ate ..I ,iegro Recr.ey, 3/erl-
SWINNEY'S CashStore. niash Intrt oadie s and misses ilhos, (eants
Oct. ;, t Alerino under Shirts, Fancy Cloaks, Mourning
d .t 'ds f e or rieats eto urhDelains,Gents Morino halflHose, French and
.OLINS Axes,, i.ii, English. Re andWhite Flannels.
l ', i e, t I h i 1 NELSON.
.y h I Blnil. .M CARE. Nov. '


HIIPTY days after date I will apply to the'
Judge of Probate of St. Johns county for
... i i 1 certain personal Estate of
S.. It .1Micliler,i(infants.)
St. '...,. .* ,. i .1 1 1830.

IX mont.- i -i l -i : I. r,,.'T. ri I-
ti3en .to ,r.. i ],., i i. ... I I n :
c inntity for ., i n ....... .. I r I. -
charge as tI' .ti ...... .,... i.. Or f L i l'
W illiam Th ,I1 .. .] 1 l .....

Feb. 18. ...

S LL per ....i ..... . i -
a g'cian I' c I I I .I i ,hi i I oIf
St. J'ohniiy c I I n i n n-. .. i I ., "
li/biL the esn .. i i. lic
debated tot. o', 'c '. .
mceut imme I
II ]

I-IJAT 11I1,Z21E

.s 7 i t .'h 7h

; i' i l E .i n..

S I iL 1 1. I h, i i ; .- . ...l .. -- '
1...1 % I i,[B i'. i i'Tlh ll ii i c-te I i .'L r [ .. .

L ,. i j _.iI j],i .. .-, h *.'1 i 11
SLL rt. r lIpE.-'

1 -T M NT "

I I 'I li a I 'i I -

De .ic i ,'nl -i n .

LL i *lli I.i -.l r d, ,mandir
ag:. .' i' l ..." rd, e. and .
are require to exhibit the saI me 'l dthit, *

*' ''LA A '. ', '..
Doc. 81. 18 511 t ix.
o 31: 8 S xec iri .

'SIh I n ,a I I..

C m i ..r

the i ll anI x d of the EsuI I of ut I ..1
S IE . ..a

A iIusti i 1n i n i

II. .. ..lI,. S .. .i ...... I

lce set are c1'ue I ted to ie nI o eeo i ere o
D ec. !h i l 1 i,

I Aie r...his Tod
A LL perons indebted d l I I Io .'er i I
tleaw, i or lhs heotice ,will h1 i I I I I. I I I
oiI, I .5 1 I 1 I i ,
N o 26tl i l8. -9. I . .I ,. .1

Tiot, 1
AIX months after dhe I I 'he i "st l i --
-pl'y to tothe Jdie of Protiae of St. lohJicfi
ctnley for ioy cli-chltrge ns tidincieistratc antil.
ctle witll ai citl of cte ,Jincle of llieruarl
Smith, detcc.seul

Oc ..: o5 ",
St/ .Augustne, Jtte 25,

"'.( IX months after dale hl-eof I sohatlfiakea p-
L plication to the 4udge of l'roibate tf'Put- ,',\,"

.. i 1 .. L 1. .. .11 '

', I" *' -

-'I I

Fe ' '.1''}r" ,, r 3 .. .,

A goad Co '. e .. h.,' 1,.. Iro.irr. i,

.. .. r lI. i .l .ll i n ;= n ,~

r * ,
line, wliici they may 'aver hi/ wit. He has

hie miost fitshionable . I I .s perior
Frlienc/ black, blue and brown Cloths. tack Boo
Skin, and 'ancy ..a .. X'eseings, eelk

All orders executed in the best elyle of work-
manship, for cash ooly.

-I -i h arn.i .

lit. 12"

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