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
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 10, 1860
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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
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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: VID00183
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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EQUALITY IN THE UNION AND NOTHING LES'S.

VOL ST. .l4U TISNE. 1T. ,1 ]"NS COUNTi%. FLORIDA. S-ATOURM Mi6RCl 10, i-,O0. NO. .

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BLIBI UIDE Clif .TIRit 'B *.j 8 peararlces. Instead of strivi!ngto obtain ."... ( ,..r.. shawls .lnanufactured at in a way to helpthemselves. Weshow the ...... 1,. ;,..; ideas and underlying'priiipile
Jr tihe best, we are content with the nearest iuis*..., aJ i .. silks that never passed most laudable alacrity in assisting all be- of morality embodied in'the Holy;$eripttres.
I, ilgusline, St. John'k 'on, Fla. N R O G E R O cheap imitation of it.' We have abandon- Il L6 .t..i, t,.J furs that would astonish nevolent enterprises, and get ourselves cal- Our distinguished soeia privilege, our
u I led.realities, and. are grasping after their the aniuls whose :. .... iy I- .'i, if they led to preside at meetings held to organize moral pro-(ubo]..n,:e. our bnstedi libertip,
. ' :Yr (BENETI'S COlRNER ) slhfdows. We say, what is ;the use of pay- could see them. L.'Ip,. ih-t adi .daugh- them, with the greatest ehtl) i-i:m We. .;;1 .;;..t. p..I.iiil nd religion Iredon.
'I ATTRIAS R. ANDREU, H AS on handeveryleading Brandoftheday lg great price for a sterlingarticle, when ters,'thatis,) hre .,r'l....J.n "i, ,. grand rise with L-1.. .... ;i: I..Oth Is a lew au.- .......I--.J-. ou ibthe uome unalterable prin.i.
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S XS PE R AjNUM L I i.l .', il ,i h'. ,t ,, L I s ou tl o bt e k for ourI:..u .d r t. I lr. l.., ,r '... ... :.:..L....i -I- .:. .s.. l. .J .. -r-,- .., ,,.. > |r uniy .
WADArf J. pont,. corner of Treasury Lane announces economy. We have got the glitter, who touching tributes of affection from dear for a similar saiu :which is to be c All. i...i, i. co..r ,,.-rr..rU, tlie institutional of r-" .
--~~' .~-. .'G-__ ui r oodsfselected a f especially in and cares for the gold? The ,old proverb is friends who are e n our visiting list, and and furnish the reporters of: morning pa- ligion are wisely separated from any direct
_.- <' .<.;.. .. l .lihe inuisertedlthe with t good taste of this miarkeit and itwill uaty and behind the age. We have run have been invited to the ceremony, and perswith a copy of our speech, together interference or dependence upon the State.
i'i "" ,, ..h...e o ffereet f'or casl, at very low prices. The as- so far ahead of its fogyism, in our fast Way which, after the parade is over, are careful. with the proceedings of the meeting and They are, sustained by the .inherent and
,J, l.e, ,, '"' ,r. s... rllet u i's weillworthy oil Lxazluiaolion find it I "
.j.,J. '.t i. .. ; ,, . -' Me tie a pleasure to show the goods ald of doing thilings as to have discovered that ly packed up, aud-quietly returned to the the names of the officers. divine energy which they infuse into the
., r '. i. se. 'it is the glitter which mikes the value of jeweller from whom we hired them. [This i We turn up our eyes with edifying con- hearts and consciences of man. They seek
'Yeirtt tisrsa shaelll e Sbe limited to t he l the metal, and not the solidity, and purity sham is going a little out of fashion since scientiousness at thit idea of shaving ten. to u-ite heaven with the hearts of men
Z a ui ota hlle of the gold within. We have become wise some indiscreet persons exposed it] But per cent. from a promissory note,,.and turn andsustain themselves, society, andgovern-
\\*it~kg, sv...ig d(ia itcty the oatr rieaml Grcris Frs n ke eevdto onaancnpaety ulpikmu ytehg oh ite hc r
t.si.ieSs to be advertised. A y advertiscmnwt 2Fin1e ly Groceries.J -reshanddiy rceivd, as serpents, according to th improved they still wear shamn flowers in their costly them down again complacently and prick meIt by the high moral virtues which ae
lno froprly Monnected withlbke busines shall 21.hJE. MEDDOUIf theory of wisdom-getting the most for our bonnets-that is, the little straw or velvet up our ears at the offer of a ground rent or thus generated and developed into maturity..
b~e charged selP;ratoly and 'also -pY3 I- -c~s of maurty
ilattce aver theli aiouat comuir.Ietd tor Y. MACHINERY .DEPOT, money, rather than the best; and it is to caps they used to cover their hair with when mortgage at the same discount; because, Christianity neither needs nor demands
-111 nde ieue.lot nar~l-,e with 4,e tult-'
be- f is Os quied wa l o al. md I 222 Pearl.t., New yorlk. be feared we are not always quite as harm- in the streect-and sham braids of hair on "you see, this is a different thing; it is a- sustentation from the State, but it preserves
rm x .r -L ,- ..i-,i ,,i'l.'- 'LBAN K & AINTNAN les as dove, in our way of getting it, bfor their heads in front of the aforesa:d bo- it is-that is, you know-there is a differ- and sustains the State by inculcating
mea s nl',didt 'OA, i (Successors to l. L. ACKEI1AN,) our wisdom& savors a little of the quality of nets. ence--when you take real estate security, subordination tolaw, to justice, and to hear-
,C. a p 1uty ] S1 SO that which was brought to bear upon our We scan the performers at the opera .you--i-a-a-it is-so, you see-a-a- to en. There can be no freedom without
Cd "'r'teat j|4riisclaeats AaM) quartsi T A OLER mother Eve. There is a terrible twang of through lorgnettes, hired 'at twenty-five be sure; not a doubt ofit; nothing could be virtue, and no virtue without religion.
ere ya.a'M aa A thers willbe tLEATHEBR AND JiUBBEIR BELTING 'deception about it. cents a night, with a deposit for their safe d clearer. aChristianity and citsinstitutions have, there.
o,-,m-sid addvepen-aeIlV far. We build houses with fine brown stone return, as nonchalatlly as if they belonged 1 Thn we write elaborate art criticisms, fore, a right to demand protection from the
{)IK sqAwnsp Xer six nroifs, $ 10 00 n~..tA~iFaSn i n~iiiiioN AND W'ool, r,., au> '"..a"y iiunio b
LOep4 B e. .Crs, -a - IM $10,00 xv.0cmas nn m ox wo fronts made of brick, and covered with to us. We ride about in carriages hired profusely illustrated (by the aid of a Glob- State. The State owes it to itself to guard
Application ftr JAter ft Administra- [ WORKING MACHINERY, painted and sanded plaster, marked off in- by the year, coachman with velvet hat band, ] sary) with learned technicalities-such as and protect those sacred rites, those holy
"io c to ..bt ..rs Creditor.. 0 to chain blocks; we enter them through big buckle and a large.caped coast inelud- breadth, tone, warmth chiaro.scero, pers- influences and moral institutions on which.
ApplicaAhlAcXriisd al as Adminis- All .UTI'IERS ARTICLES, &c oakeu or walnut doors made of grained pine, ed, all got up in the most elaborate style. I pective, lights, touch, foreground, middle her own safety and perpetuity depend.
Aor.......b ...nti .mustbe. 10__1 6al and pass through vestibules floored with We build churches with stone fronts and distance, atmospheric effects, intersected TheSabbathisoneofthefunaentl
,ff, All -ills t~or-Job Pr'inting, Must be Palid Tlte Sabbath is one of the fundamentals
a t. iadlivcr.y of the work. KEROSENE OIL marble mosaic made of ,iaked clay; and sit. brick sides, decorated on the outside with with 4.great deal of cant about handling, institutions of religion. It derives its au-
..... . ........ .. IO down on veneered sofas, before seagliola carved stone brackets and cornices, made style, execution, composition, idealism, thority and sanction from God.- It is a
4'sIt Ca llPi. AIST&1N d* CO., AGENUV marble chininey-pieccs and mantels made of painted wood or clay, and on the inside lovely bits of distance, &c., of the meaning benigu institution for the "ood of man
L .SHO AI Genuite Article. of enameled iron. Over such mantels we with wall paper panels and painted reces- 'f "which e have as accurate perception as having respect to his phvsiea aud mor
.ILL FASHION\.S1 A11S UT0 T Oct 2-2 B. E. CAR.Uin. place mirrors, in gilt frames, enriched with ses, and pilasters and mouldings, half of school bqys, with imperfectly developed well-being, and the highest ends of humna
Si ..... 's "THE JONES LA P" elaborate caryingmade of composition pres- whlue shadows always fell the wrong way mathematical organs,.have what the drea- society. Ias strict observance is enjouin a
]. ..i... _"--' "THE JfONES LAIVE]P," )y eaotecr g mad of co posto pres wa Y . soit. stic obevneisejie
t. .... ..-UFACTRED in every variety an sed in moulds and stuck on with glue.- by daylight, and by gas ligth become "con- dedPons Asmorum ,s all about -l,.... ,. ,n the decalogue, andre-enibrced by tlb
i., . .. 1 A =,N U F A C T U R I ID i n e v e r y v a r i e t y a n d h v o b o g a i g i 1 f i l .1 1
.. iStyle, and sold at. greatly reduced prices In one recess we hang hundred dollar wa- fusionion worse confounded." We stick ave g through saying i.t o i .....1; precepts and example of'our savior. Thee'
m u s .. le t n oi p re c e pt,,
.n anar.d it,.ind every body mut. now all ter-color .. .. -0lh., is to say, printed all manner of plaster gimcrackery over the We get up a reputation as '. ....-, .a be n real. clhrisuanty without it.
.. bo r '' h~ ts in o troo TARBELl- fWYI AN, imitation whiih.cost five-and i another, walls and ceiling. i Wepaint a deep alcove (we hate using foreign words in English History shows that there can be no pteva'
wrrom a .ove-pipe down to a cheese, ..... 1 I 37 Central street, Boston handsome book-case, with nmahogany faces behind the pulpit, aud then neutralize the writing, but uo other word expresses the ing morality, no safeand good government,
;rims, Short Brinus, RoltM 1 ais i lno (B4caposors to E. F. Jones&Co.) and pine Lodies, filling the lower shelves effect by putting against the wall where it idea so well,) based, with regard to books where its sanctions are not respectedsne
o l y seo m brero, s p n e N: B.-he Jones Burner, reenly improved, with books, and the upper with richly is painted, so that when the preacher sits upon the advice of Dean Swift-wasn't it? observed Men who s eek to aken d
-fuuvset la etltr S bnatr gives itiore light and cownis less pi, ss aai l l timeo DenSitws i.ayuwosekt eknae
ng Ugly Swell 11ead entilatoirs, Regulators ther ..-Kerosee" or Co.lOil lBurner monumfac- bound blocks of wood, of asserted size. down he has tilc contradictory appearance to a friend with. regard to the members of destroy the influence of this hol
r Noah's day down tu h*' t] an o t ttht-red. tn Novwo2 Just now, pictures are fashionpuable, so we of resting his head against a wall, wlich is the English Peerage-"learn their namesthe masses of men, are not only en st
ya lept i hi hat. S hu l s. NOTICE. go to auction ad buy "valuable oil pain- supposed to be teu feet in his reur, and and then brag of their acquaintance;" and virtue and religion, but arc practically
-- -- --- -- 2LDIQEl!S, 'Tlreastcrs, Sailors, (or their tings," which aire made at short notice, by 1 maintaining al! the while his upright posi- we descant upon their merits, and dis undermining and demolishing the govern
Sany W R h, children, in seli e i Or the quantity, and carefullyy selected," and tilo. It c""nfeses our ideas of proportion, cware dreary platitudes tipon their want of ment itself, aud are aiming a tal blow a
0 dls wher,, prior i M 'h, 3d, 1855, or ahir chi!- sold at prices varying from ten to twenty-' an.d perspective .dreadfully. plot, their lack of originality, their inartis- our civil liberties. It is not stariausm
dren ho re r 21 yar at th date. or sa- five dollars, "inluding an elegant gilt We also found our notions of architee- tic denouncement, or, on the othrhand, of and bigotry against which they war,
lors jvhu solved on the coast of C0,it',rimn'n i th~e ter"needn ol oe"terr
Cheap G oI S. .Mxipa wua', will do wellto adresus l1 lai .. frame." Webavethem sent home with- tural prrortiion, once treated with the theiri"dependentnoble tone,"tcirfre, the orer and stability of those h!ig;
that 'lave been rejected in the lh s of other out any compunctions visiting ofconscience most unr rantable contempt, by an organ untrammelled expression of thought, their virtues which beautify human society and
F-LOUR, agents. ]lave been siuocessfully obtiniced by us. o : c i o j a unntrrrartinoe contmpt by an Organ
~WFLOUR, >>AL, AENTS ACT FO US, lly EloALLY about the smallness of the price; for that front in a new church, which was intend- 'entrancing pictures of the beautiful," the renderproperty safe and our homes happy
iUUCIWII, LCK EAT, IAD. Lnd warrta r i,,gli ande tlld to orde, is the artist's business, not ours; and we ed to be'soihething beyond the reach of truthful delineation of this writer's style, These aic truths that need not to be argued
BUTTERt, and all baeshncs rctqilring an agent at. Wash. we cop thslsvrai,.oaanw-hr.Te r eiutae ths
CHEESE, gton, attended to. B. LLOYD' & CO., at- call in our friends to admire them, (preser- criticism. This organu was so designed as wc ti lst verbatim from ews- here. They are demonstrated by history
IEE .-LAnD, turncys fo Chims, P]'cnsions, lunlty L.ud, &c. ving a discreet silence as to their coat,) to require a column at each flank, rupport- paper criticism; what is a "truthful dell and observation, and may be rarded
BERet'ercne to any otll]e heads of Departments. ', "'reda
BiEF, f PORK, Re n toay o thehedso ieaments w h te do with such ardor, that we ing an entablature across the top of the Ieation" of a style?) with a gravity and axioms. It is, therefore a high oral du
*isIIv -- -,,.. -begin to feela little uncertain whether they) front pipes. To effect this, the building profundity that almost delude ot'sellvs in- of eyery ".. i ..... citizen to sustain thn
L S TRIPE, FRESH GROCERIES. are not poking fun at us. had taken two Corinthian columns, suct 'l the idea that we are talking sense. wholesome an righteous laws for Sabbath
CATISUP, UST received per Schr. Mlary Louisa direct W e have a great many- other shams -.
CUATSU TJfr'on Sew York: Mry Lois dict The next time we get iuto an;i omnibus as were placed under the galleries, and as e have a ma otr shams observance, and to be scrupulously jealous
SUGAR amoug us" grDe thouorinbttul orn of .... tendency..
SLGA1- TEAS, G0 1bls.Southern Flour, W. Wheat, the uncertainty is removed-for as we they were too long by several feet, had u; thoughtful men, who oftheirinfraction,or of the tendency of
SPICES COFFEE, 1 rish. a Pil Bre:;n glance at the small gallery of art ranged sawed off the shafts to the requisite length never say anything because they never those mischievousand cunning devices and .
SPICES, "3dIi~~aQ1 have anything to say; their gravity, and sordid sefshes....oldbin h
FRUITS. do, Oniut, aboved the windows, we experience a slight leaving them as,broad and squattyas Egyp- to fue ei ef ,thie a sordid selfshness that would briug the
C O Surackr, feelingof surprise, of not the most agree- ta columns, and then put them in their thougtfulesei of the lowliest kind, anctity.of the Sabbath nto disrepute and
TOtCO,. AG S, d. Beutt., able kind, of recognizing the hand of the places, spoiling by their abominableutila- requiring no brains, but aly a discreet disuse.
do Fs ~ ** u a erina Ol design,- whch
14 Boxes Colgatd Br, and W. Soda Soaps, artist, (or one of the same school,) who exe- tion and dcforufity the whole design, which, lsee, backed by a solemu countenance to
POTASt, 1-1 do. .... cued, the remarkable specimens which propoilly carried out, would have been good g tt efns ct- diniloo n, po hos en PRESBY'ERlAN THEOLOGICAL STU-
'AIS, SODA, 5 Bs. .. .... ,. I and pulverized ecorate our walls. :We find that our bar. enough. iniu cou is iai gds o a DENTS.-In the five theological seminaries
PAIALS, .- gained have introduced to us. an extensive Well, when we have built a .chrch, ve norous wobble of voice, ciculated to pr- of the Presbyterian churches, (old schools,)
SBROOitoMSols, Co.ltee, Candles andCandies circle of the very indifferent acquaintances take our comfortable seats in it as an ex- duce a feeling of respectful awe in their vz: Princeton, Alleghany, Union, Colum-p
.It Oct. 22 At DOWNEY. doe a tos n ofao respcreu awe agreat thei
CAMPINIIXE, of their own class, which we feelindisposed press train, with management of which we liearers-celebrated writers, whose names b, and Chicago, there is an aggregate of
LLIS CANDLES, SCHI. ATLANTIC-JUST OPENING to cultivate, and we begin to suspect that, have nothing to do, all. booked and ticketed, nobody ever isaw or heard, until thcy. were four hudred and fifty-seve students,
D.ATES, A FIG -pAUleFi. CriACkEr.S, if anybody has been cheated, it is not the and leaving the responsibility of our arri- placarded in big letters 'on all the blauk ser fouf hundred and siteeb last year
SFIG' S ISRVES Ginger Schnapps, Crackers, Painter vali Heaven to the pastor, whom we re- wals an annuce wta The largest number, one hundred and
AND ....E,,ER,.VE S n, Io wa'' "'' """ lls, and announed (whith aforsinthe Belve rly .s at Prneo .ht smallest,
.E. CAil. a do. We scatter marble statues made of pain- gard as a sort of engine-driver, and to the flsh newspapers, (which themselves s nt, at Pncn the smallet,
i ugaer do. ted iron along our garden walls. We drink elders who take the place of conductors, should take a high rank in the .list of eightseenl, is at Chicago.
jwn: 7., lhtel, do. te Iro Wen ur ., dril eler wk ta hld'k aahrn utc s f .. ''
VvPIolltptoll iEarfead our coffee on great occasions out imitation whose business it is to put us through safe- sham, only we can't stop to deal with
From[l IBoston, Grahala Broad, &s. Dow oigea tile ss Patr Shoreo" ..of hmouyweutao elwt --
...... .Corn, Starch, Farina. Sevres china cups, filled from silver bowls, ly, with as little jarring or disturbance of them now,) for which they get up blood B Down on the Eastern Shore," of
NH:LECTED FAMILY GROCERIES 1 B. E. CARR. all made of plated Albata, sitting in din- our nap as possible, to the last station on and thunder stories by the yard mixin; Vurginia, there is an editor, who is also
Y R B. IC i"Oct. 15. -ing-rooms covered with cheap carpets of the hither bank of the final river; and andenth century grandiosity and u o wn his own compositor and pressman, wh,
BYk+n SCoHR. o Toes I i .. in, n sixteenth century gradiosity ad onu.r civ i :socrepsts o.eadorsmntow,
J. E. MEDDOUGH Brussels pattern, and lined with rich oak though we have beenwarnedthateachman metenth century's Jakeysms in makes oasional voyages along the coast
75"c" Ir s. se Cin erosee Oil $1.7 peral- panelling made by the papper-hager,- mus cross the river alone as best he can, the same speaker's uth, in the fn. to Norfolk, as Captain of the Schooner,
)Lilloors, 6 cases Wines, 20 bbls. Craqkerst Crushed Sug~ar 12 1..2 :, r" '-" rtmsm pa~rsmun a te u est-.
20 casks.te 10ocasksPorter, 40 boxes .aisins,i Brown do. 10 per lb. We wear sham cravats on our necks, but- we nod on cozilly and comfortably, trusting manner conceivable. P'oly, who preaches on Sunday, teacher
50 drumst Figs, 4 frails Dates, 6 bbls Alonds, j Steam do. 11 per ,b. toned surreptitiously under spurious front that some way will be provided somehow'r There is a host, besides which we have school oi week days, aud still finds timo
1 5 k e g Bu t t -r 3 c a s k s C h e e s e 7 5 k e g s N a i l s G o s h e n B] u t t e r 3 1 1- 4 ,1 1 1F .-i s L e t o t a k c a re, oefe s h isC L w i f a nde s i t e .
Slf bi. ee, ca s r Coffees r $ 1 ties, around false collars made of white pa. other for ferrying us over, or that the pas, no e en er. to take care of hi wife and sixteen hid-
,cf 2 ask Raes a bils Pok -" lb fo 00 nete t~ spaceeen Ocaelt."
5 bill. Lard, 0 bbis. Eric Sugar, 3 hhd. N. 0. Adaiqtine Candles 30c.per lb. par; and on our feet self-compres ing Con- tor (that is the engine driver) will see to Altogether, when we think how little of tren.
.Segar. 4 hlf Tongues, 3 bbls. Sugar Htouse Elephant Oil for Lamips 1.23,' ke t ".' t2loenr e ,Ctilnwiti
Syrup, 1 bbl. lIop,, 10 bagb CotfIe. 15 he xes h .. gross gaiters, with rows of delusive buttons it, and at any rate there is no use in both- wanting genuine we sec or hear-of how "--
St1rch, 27h tlies Honey, ; doz.l'ail, 40dz. CHOICE GOODS. in the legitimate way. We display mas- ring about it until we get somewhere near Wfew things we can say this is itself and Tf'-SIsIGTON MONUMENT.-A stone for
SJb, l b m o H e OIC ams, dried Beef, lLess Beef, mess sv seal riugs and fob chains, and carry the station. isn't something els-"-of how we are con- the tl ashingtoa Monument has been obtain,
.id Fish, i boxes Lemnousi, 30 casks Lime, 15) I" Pork, snmked'd Tongues, pickled Tn.gucs, pomdCrouA looking pencil%, which are mar- Then we are charitable-very. We give stantly trying to throw dust into our ueilh- t ed fi:emi the tolb ofNapoleon by our consul
ardines, an li bb'lud Jan 21 ., p E. CARR. veritoues r the space the small quantity of money to every lazy or drunken rascal, or br's eye conscious all the while that they |art St. Hlou, with the permission of the
asks Oil, 5 bbls. Kerosene oil. 40 Ooxes Crack- --gold in their hollow bulk is made to fill. ,woman with a lot of hired children, that re trying the sae thing with us, the French government. It was taken awav
calsk2h sl Tolbco3,112fas, y dstes.ES AND 01DE Poer Our daughters wear expensive point lace stops us in the streets, and dismiss them wonder is that we can ever louk each other oa board the United States steamer Mystic,
what. In originalpackage and willbe soldto .n Srp, tsp erry Vineg r, it adornments, (we do not know their names, with a great deal of good advice about go. iu e face without lauhing. which left St. Helena January 4th for the
fauili .... trifling ad-...... for east ..... dt,,theC I en, un S[[Vlpl"Bt-pl e r[. l c'... .. ..P n ie po ih .t I "gn lcoils, of Afzrioa and would prbalyb
familiess atrifb vnc fgor cu, aid 1. h l in, .Chrry Brandy. nor do we know nmuch about point lace, ex- ing to work, &o.-only we don't show them --coast of Africa, and would probably be
t'Jlci.llharln. .. price.. 1". F C.tll i Y I".. C.'l1 cent that it is .ome short of net work of where or how to go-because our hearts "We soee," said Swift, in onef ; his most transferred to the United States store-ship
b':t: ,L -- J -,:,i ,---~ (;6;L.T.Gu, BEDSr:iTEAES ...Lakowte hat God Alm....hty Relief, ondha ucos eu 1 iid
S. Marv 1ois> fro irie Rite OTTAG BDSTAS, fabulouas cost,') made of some wore ,econo- are Eoeasily touched by the appearance of sarcastic moods, hat od A ighty lief, bound home. Itis enclosed undcr
I Flour, NItie, Famaily Flour, Hams, Sal, (OCKtN( ,i.;. '.aeaus, Mattresses, imical material, and washed in some way misery, that we can't, tlih-t we really, can't thinks of riches by tlQ people to, whom he the seals of the United States, and auam-
oUbautoels' -t.; c:.ch Ale, l' l 1 1'. c,,. wl :h is groa secret, o a? ( give. .hem resist; that is,. i" is a grt deal, eai. to ss th., panied by paper of i.denti"iion.
t F c" ; y t' wIl l ic s a -gr e a t 3 e r e t a, y ) a s f i c h e m ; r ls l t th a t i , s :I g t t d o I e a si _ t o c t e a ~ hr e e t t ~ o
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I t* j a weederia She csori the cons itiion ieeii ta, Our t ails. T Foreign News. Military Election. We extract he following from a Wash- .,
tt r example the liope of' liberty through- We insert the suibjuined communiation Ttuan, in Morocco, was stormed and In another column will be found the an- ington letter to the Savannah Moariny
w,ol d It l tlte world. iWuo te t r mit that with the hope that it may be of service to captured on the 2d of February by the nouncelment of Col. S ST. GEo. Qc.rIERs, News evincing asubsidence of sectional con-
.. .$I would neditat* the either."'
4# _-_11--". ,-'' wu A edin in etru e ticu osaysth: revivethe subject. Our correspondent is Spaniards. after a fierce and sanguinary at- fur the office of Major General of the troversy. .
i' Again in 18, he says: probably got aware that the ineonviences tack and desperate resistance. The loss on Eastern Division Florida Militia. Col. R., The great question among democrats
.'-- eed thil I citeurrd in tile dctrino tlad of which he complains have been the sub- both sides was, comparatively, immense, is well known for his valuable military is whether Douglas shall be the nominee
*c i, I I.. ..: State could not nullify a law .of jectof mitch remonstrance and that our One transport, containing twenty-seven services rendered at the recent Indian or not. 'It is very clear that if the Char-
-'-= -. i ..... it ihad a riaht to scc.oe from Senator HIo. -.Bvi) L. Y"l,:t, at least wounded 'pai-i oiilieors, has arrived at diicultis. ,.. 1 ...i platform does not come up to the ,
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA, the Unioi: 'Bhii spring froi the same hias done all in his power to have the sch Algesiras. The artillery; camels aid all t' Th' loC wiug accunit, t:'ken from -mark of the South, thle candidate must.
-1 SATUn.Ai.ait- tSL O o st lie sgi dule changed. The diuf'iclultv lies withi the the coaup equipage of the Moorish arvl ,thIe u, ti, Ulro ic!r, sh ws thi t South A Soathern candidate, upon .1 Nr:hern '
S i, i vannah Contractors, who say that the were'taken. The brother of the Eimperor. C l i te in atfrm, might be elected. y .Nrthern li
I -=--"= '--" - ..e--- 1Iscis of U es'nul _arolina is coming ll around to the pobit:on, I
.. ,..- '., . ,, b os cessin. prset schedule best snits their interests fled ina previous battle, on thlie 31st of I ial t ce I1 atform I nean thatof Cincinnatl. with a
l astried o net a tgi nor ch .r. "If oni Si .5., A :l ,; I from i t hn Ae LOOi il ur ,eitorial two
oI- cii'y authorized tos act a i tt.gem ei for the S the oe ,s I r, i. .. i- '- i with e C inrests of Savannah and positive- January. Ted e Moors commenced i. fierce 'l i e o dot tat if the recognition of the authority of the U. S .
neo ens mae 1enlicn'i:" i riti**';"." thin d r h- ly refuse to change their days of leaving, attack on th Spanish advance posts, were inSouth vill unite in nce' ligt er says, in his yhat
...... cet. r' -r W ise -r .!d.'. .,d . .
F Ious maelenten gout of ,.. I i1 .... We see but Ocne remedy and tha, t is in repulsesl, and agaia end again iturd unde r the em lcstitut oi is the aion, they r. Ranter, ir. Wiseor Mr. breel - .
S. = .- --_- Noe will .. 1...', ........,,.J 0il. .......- e..sy on., and that is to give a contract to a wlh iin,_cased fury to theattack, and finally ca maintain them, and secure all which a tnght e taken i)with an cpectr.
jpinooratic CoUnty C':.-i' stitution nutliorzes a majority to turn the steadier which shall leave Jacksonville dai- I clmed vith the Sipanisha battalion, and piolIe can real i hoe 'or under a:y sue-ess. Lkiig to the necessary -i. .i
ti minority out of the union, or even a solita- ly oi Monday, Tuesd.y, Wednesdiy, and fought !nd to hand, and obstinately dis- .vernment. The effects of disunion, to r believe uth, there are nCobb or y
:- T.hero appe:ir to be soe doubt as to ry State. i .. .... ...... returning same .:.. ....*. -..l cer5y fot o ground until finally de- I ay the least, arc all uncertain, wh etber liv tt M Cobb Mr
the proper authority for calling a county The position of Gen. Jackson on this an' -:': P: l ,itl nI l lcic as her fated freedom or thegoeeral weal is concerned. wouldbe elecctcd.
Convcuueon, wre ':. I ... i. several ~subject isronemnibcred by many. He wrote ro 'i u-L .**.. .Li, I, A letter from:n Milan snys: I ''.,' ...... We g .ather_:. 1, Charleston puaers The- .... ,.,, ..... noa
SPrecincts th -...I.',.- .I ...f i .,,,' wr-.- ,1 ... th ..,". ,,, . 1 1-" . .. ... 11. . -receive afilictiug news 1- .11 Yenetia that q, rto a eirgcmgeeetiDS ofthleDemocraev ahae gt. .... '" ... . :
* ingsand sppoin 1'"z I' ". '.. to. 1 ..... ... 'l., .' t, ,t ,i ,,, *, .. .t c, ,a,, Ist 1..,- ..... h i .t ,1. l.n.e..,..l., .,ly .. ... ,w | i .;- .. .... .... t ...,i,,.f . ., held in thiat iity o T Ihursday .. f .:, ,-,_ 1- a ..
S C y .... t b 1...1.1 .. i., ,,,,, 1,ti , 1,' i, i . ... ., t.h e- '' . W e .' -' .Ce soa pera ,
i y,. .'ty P r-. I -I t., for t i. ,, Ii; ,,* t..i:,,, . L,,,i ,.i .a l , ', -l ... . t, -. ,r:t:s/e al ,t,, I. l h. g:. ,"i , -. l ,. l '. --r '." . %-,
S 1 i r ^" ,, ,,.t, ... ,,, fo. l e i1 it would cost .r arrested on suspicion of eling a .,'i i tothe Nation:l I ..I .. .
S :a Convend on tion with the '... - ... .. '. .r tlrd cer fro Savaina love for their country nut having undergone Conuvention soon to assemble in Charleston. u al ha ve witnessed 'I earl spri'
Th mi. ruin, witlot .... i ...,- . I ... I ,. ..an than half of aur imil comes any form of trial. Fresh arrests are being The meetin-g p pears to liaye been C .. 'and whI are still bl' f tiraid to I ...I l- e .
he Uion. b"c fasive act.' I ...... I . I-. r lesson via Fcrnandina. made i all the towns of Venetia. Ever niou, only . havig .... ... t.. r .. .. -. thCem ..
In i.- po farieell addre, th.1 relat .and. von.tio nary aet, ui be icoraly just fiedby We t t, i injustice hlas been done to the day acts of violence arc comemiti ted in pro- poitel ot fpor t vin d ere d ,t..u l ... co n-
2."oed W:hiitn thle admired of nations, the extremity of opn'essieon but to call it ieral. l ivs the Sasn u t iot, haue eu.w e
a,-"' th ed:,n ers of disunion, and raised a constituionolrighlt, is contunding the P. M eral. gives to avanna vpation, i oder o force the people to the majority, we presume .en. J,. | .. I. Z.. .. I SI
e :init in the following lan- meauine ofgtemf s and can only be done oats fo a semi-weekly service tle same rsi st, by which t have a pretext for t .m .s ,w President, and there were questions pet ningi considered, on both.
c a lsit ,through grt.ois error, or to deceive these amos.sna tehey elforc received for a tri-weck- venting Austrian rage." I ixtyeivi Vice-prresients, amoo eedwhoi,. we e sIdrs, wit a iw to party sues e., and to
l... hoa sy i e 1 ant loto eredeta -fi, oe-Presidents, am ing shoi we
-h ti. who are willing to assert a right but would -ly service and our loses is therefore their The question of the annexation qf Savoy i notice the names of quite a number of the peianuee of h iion.
The uty gvernm t, whh con- pause before they make a revolution, or t y a c i I
ttutsear to i r th penalty consequent on a ain they ocketig the difference and to -rance has be debated in. the British holesalo layne ad etiqg street S i A P s.risian ler writer thus des-
I i t t y ni e'uc p.pe ise abe tiow dear to i r the p l force on p t Iiil
vu. It is justly so, for it is a main pillar ur-." -Florida ling the loser and yet a great Hlouse ofl .ons, uiitl .strong sentiments ex- merchants. Mr. Samuel Y. Tupper was icribes Louis -*--. une of the spaci-
-n the edificeo.:'yur real independecoe--the And again, he adds: many people thi.k we are under great ob- ressed against i. Lord Granville said the thechiefmoverint'l, ... ,.- ...I r . 1 ous avenues of that imperial city:
your peace o safty of y "The iight of a people of a single State liganions to Savannah enterprise. Government had as-qrance thntlihe annexa- the resolintions. Geu. Simons, and others, "Driving a pair of splendid bay, attach-
sterity, of that very liberty which you so to solve thehselvcs at will, and without We hope the idea of a steamer from tion was not now contuemplated addressed the meeting, and he concluded d to a box-wagon, twi th e reins in hisn "
,ighl peise. But as it is easy to foresee the conseut of the other Siates, from their Jacksoo hille to I'alaka fouiltimys a week Lord John e.-ssell announced that Eng- that South Carolina could better fight her wn. hands, and handling them as though. '
thatfr n different causes and.from differ- t,. r .....;. ;....=.. and to hazard the ma.y receive favor with the lpartmcen. tend had made four proposibins to france enemies in the Union thaf out of it--a very he were accustomed to it, without any out-
.t quarters nui h pains will be taken- libeti ppine f e n and Austria relative "to Itely. 'cithor correct conclusion. We notice calls for riders, equer es, or guards, the, Emp eroro
a "a l c in to weaken iui yse "_ . orit is believed to be utterly rei ri ] T. o:1would ask a mall space Power was toiutertre wito c oiihout the con rt oeenssfwe | te State, |Npoleoi cacs along tr ue. Henapr
is the point in your political fortress against pugnant to tine principles upon which the id your valuable Journal for the following th fiv- gret Powers; the French trop to j and, with all the bluster of some of her, dresse with a black overcoat, and a hat
irhich the batteries of i internal and exter- general gove;ument is eonstitutcd, and to remarks. The citizens c and residents of bewithdrawin; Venactia to be left to Agstria, puli n,, our little sister across the which was fa fashion of its own. The
una eemtes will be most cos'tantly and ac- the object wriue it isexpressly formed to St. Augatine and its vicinity are thought and the Ceatral Italian States to be left to savannah gill undoubtedly be reres ntced I P"ols ofust a e look ri w... l...
lively (thoaih often covertly and .. I.., attain. to be civilized and somewhat enlightened at again expres tl cir d-sires. Irance had u:doh t tihe nob or siinatdring i Cou S tinveentn.it loewg'" ur.. r- ... i
ly) directed"-t is of io ipnite moment These extract will sudice to show, that 5leet, (eo think or h mediate Senator and agreed to h el but te.s fourth propo stion he o itg Convesn com. o ri in u I e f b
naaoua i ar ios Ueiut "r his inc1led s ud his a were it s .eprcseutativeon the ve of an election,, Austria had not replied, but was obtjeting v The -., ..- -.i letter, taken sceody i;lt_. .yi.:
na..iie.ltie- anud individual happiness; elithat ne t oAti l ohe SatV es, r it is also thcbclief of our more modest to the last two from the Repbicanh s characteristics of h of reicl. : .' .. .,h .a.. . a ..I '
a.ushould cl>ririhi a idhil, hinbitua and n AL. Br iSVe D. selves, although this may be an halluicina- Lord Johlin Russell expressed confidence the gallant gentleman who indites itt the t. p-i-n ,- t! dr.
timnuovable attachmieet to it, accustoingi Suh admonitions from t sa es an.d the tion. W would mot respectfully -sk, inad aa mi rabf settleayltt of the Italian illetterfs.oomGen.Ben.Ihouoins. while 1. .H .si...v. .U ,n l,.. ..'.- ., was
a ha i ., t ..... . I ,- ,- F t t. pi .I : : 1 patriots of our -great c untry whose it m i ree treated so .i..I in question W Feb 7th .... .... ..., ..... .,..., ,.
1.,u -.,f !>. .. '- .i 1"", i "i. . re nowf silcnt.in the grave, and regard t,, omuranails. Have we receded so Editor Republicia. ... ,.i ,.-- .. i, ,. ..I .,, ,, -,
: .... . -. .- ., , ... ie. yI nsjopp i u op cils aisd r e igionus uat he or has our population diminished to ph nU Dear t:,-.- have been solicited Iy ,
;_,,,.. j., .d., ,n . . I. . i . joy .i. o i and re g ous reat an c i t thaiu in the past year wie t, ite'r n ow vierr in y of my friends, verbally, and by ., f, , ,.. ., L: e hI...-
'.- *.**.**L .. ...'*.. 1 ;-, **,l *". .. 1)UOSt l" ^.1i ly re- ha ebc u cut, dow- fromld th ree to two m '- -'e" letter -wt . ... .
inr ;, -...... ., ., ... ... i ., ,,. .,,,, .. e mails a week; and this treatment we have an oroeci affairs unchag ,d. The r viso tt allow oy name to .oppei as an - '- ," '
t the .t, ore to eeblen the sacod hr asirant f whsh nte nia I Ior thie on e s oot or o nore ic un eral, i..de aeut ty blk le ao r l" "
tir fct',m nej imk ftoget thaf e various re!enr ,. ... ,"1 cos ctit ot -efin,) rutatirsquTetly acitend in this o Ichangses' _.___dmade vacant by our. llte Lto.gi:la-tre- I .'........'.. l o -i,
f iec i dlii nco ce ioithoutia sntrugle mi eulea 15 till leiott sie .
pi, r h conldng t Om theuecle ur City his boen graced this week g'fu''lly acknowledge the Co umunicatido _l .i ext,) l looks s tr.shandi
s l; 173s ';homas Jefferon, one of the remuyrks f' thie Io, .Edward Everett, io. although murnuring did nt then corn- by the preasnee f he illustriousand learn- ic t0he ta tidar, iby some too devoted young, 1 tIink, a.s cwi.en sa uw l.nm fi4e.
founders of the epublio as well as of the hs oration delivered -oat t adv s of the Ac h of Ne ork, to thr with rieid,.a also your Editorial de laratio y u relt t c.1 i..
emocratic pay, wroe as follo ciety, ebn inauguron State h e ro uds eliptge h bpen felt by all. we would re- hato the tinight cv. Bishop of Charles- iu my favor. I cannot, with any degree o Eu e his dc d e
J every d .1.1 society, \bster, pi te bettering of om est, tinh our re ondation in this ton. 'The Archbi.hp, aecupcompanied by of propriety, consent to become a candidates, lO h .

ther.n aut., roum the nture of in.u, be op- "Here, then, undeh tihe epe of heaven; spect. Lt our lprentatives look t two pries of his docse has visited the l fur an fisc which ut lately held, and A D-.-LY PAr .-I i-ottI1A -The
po.ite psreies, end rilut dissensions and I o t prespet. et domoeeiofmal hletio toa :ii Arepliei but wasi obc of pr p e 1 -, c to eiue t ater take t 'hin ,,

Tisenrs, midueouhesc f thenfost d a rtatho thLs. e Ca l of Oli a abe- thal, nud demand fer us a better condition Sue in order to recruit his he th ie fi of which Ihave beeh deprived wi: houteith- proprietor ot I.... p .......i.. 4 .
ahit rn ve i l over th e other for a longer or fiof a, wii c ca lid ifaors; and if m eunforta -lately inipover- has of late betn son t whai. iaircd hv the er Conrt 31artiil or official notice. I eonse- as issued a pro-pu ctus for a caily paper in 1
a nhorte o. Perhaps ths party division m ichusettI h ere, ithiS the sight on those ised Governmeut, eanntt for hack of eight o his truly h rculeaei laboursi he queuthy yigli to hg e 'wpow gs hat be" and that rising city. We wish ?Lr. Babcock
is 1..e ppa3 e to indul each eto d atcli and i f gc h0r1c in tLe nios giveto U the three .anils a week as lies expressed his sorrow tih pressing du. wish myy friends, i. every, sattion of the success in an euiterprize which shoul r .
de at 1o ti x- Feb, 71e p et i t .-e at Ihose -i I g .. o. de -...u. -
udte. Bet itu p .opl a tprary o i ed nioniy th d Itr of t he ra of ts ho fo erly, at least have the two tat is now ties, which demand his itmuediate return, Diiiou, to be informed t iragl this pub c the Isering sppo of the ......
r. B- 1 empoary uup oity planted the germs of all this pal .wth ... rd rie h f the nfit t s our E salubri' li r1ediu, that LnV not gn di' I of EaIt florid
of the one. party, t theris to rortto a hr, within th sound ., i. here ep
nscisaon v of th e Union, no id oral eGovern- t.e presence f this unccd 'nmti tiat pur people as well as the contractors ous climate, wilth whieh he was so, nuch t hs lining their so ly .. -t id the Peident entertains
ftbc, p.. e.itrl of to ed tude-w raise this nmouienti wth i he may be bentefied; under thme present ar- 1msd that we numay at no distae d eri d, cahll, I a,- suitaiu ed by the c otnt, that rul residence
o f..th e Y'C ient r u l e or el i g i oes *a n s uain d pbalne y m e, n d nb y W h g ,, a n d i i o w n a f t e r
!nnmcciiu[. we break the huinion, will the tug hearts, to ihe Statesman, tce P atriot, eelout thue aiis ear duo OI rursday expect s h euger si ay of thmi dhtu- e .ih' Ina sm a
evil rtop there:i Suppose the New Eng- thIe..1.. u,, th iehborlthe friend and Satrdy epnings the first we oeecs- guished prelate among us. morte i..- et bIr qualified, to per- cloeof his term, having indue-
.d St:os, :none, nt oi, wi!l o r nature -ng .... ; i .... .pproa h t thes e I ionally receive i time, the latter rely be- n he ,, .,.... hisil es, hu ihe s fe t d ties defi n A, re g I tue c hose .sf his homestead d af W heatc-
I .' ... . D c c i f i i t '. s m uo t a tO r e sutue h u a h isoIe s e a d m1t ,r heI.a t.

be ch.iuced Are we nt meu still, to the " fore Mondav i rning, and then they efl- ofi Tuesday cveuing the Ancient Convent siil Wa posit:e, in tai t e o' ar laund
South I that, and with all the passions of hallsof ...... I ... .... it look out upon oly o ech o other that if we arc of the Spani f1rars, tnow killed the ur, I wll Add in conclusion, that, st should.
men7 Ihnumediately we shall see a Penm a prosperous, a happy and a tuaited cou- o e o the e a; e fanypar. oftheSout or tho I whole South,, The Chaetou calculating
o.1luei,' iaLa d a Virginia Perry in the no- try. and if days of trial notuda d ea cy o r. a of th'e S -, wi "h rc .''

dnor euundudcay, ud i public mi e, and the ar of ci flesh eolS d il, more cquaL. y hat if thcre is daily mail visi to the different Catholic Schools of ever require her citin soldiers to defed ... ... f Jude ugs noination
Swil t b itrtd e. thesame partyspirit. duol nrpr tthe tnum no a tr- would fom "Chorleston to Fernandina" there it this City, commencing with St. 31Marys her rights either fron foreign or domestic by the National Conientioisnaists that iu
at a gae, t. will the one pary ave doubt ot tat te monumental i d nd e iver v re ho og Ladie made gg -although thre core year uch an even, Sou dlgat
h their thand, by :.ter ally threatening desyc. e ourom itsu pedestal, to stand t ad its conne ions are obliged to await known their joy at his arrival, by an appro- luave passed over my head, I shall no;t be "ahould wi'hdrae from tl1 Convoution,
the other, tbit un thy do sand they. front rnk of te pe the arrival of the SteameILbroe ips ad i pn nu t eu I be found wanting in their hour ol trial. ". hold one of i .... w.. ichiet woould in factm
ties ur Liuim i ta ..t ii a and Ifs iot rh eat hu b csamy oft the liri nhg Ioece t'n a r r 1 ival o c m i el nc i dtr- l e ,h s e pcrt .. I ,.1 i t ...] 'nd imcc t u
miubie s -io t u'ir acur we Notc " ra U Oic o lANu FOt l-t govVrnment to carry the "Florida mail," ewith a beautiful boquet, which he promised be le l. i.J eandp ut
Carol, inuel a th e conflict will be i n, AN I o re mail u r ) be m ve l frol to carry to New Yurk as a token of their OPKIS. cuostitutio platom nd u to
establi.,e, bict;:. lie represonltat 6ir ,u I 1 vA .t rrandinua" to us, theoreiore as t, the love andrespect; he then went to the Congressio l the country. It vw d defe both wings
bek d th uS- -ees' ,j Douglas for Presidnt. benelit drive by this dilh: route we are ]Brother's Academy, where he was also y- W.ts n GI, . of the 1oppiti .__
an .rs Ui.tu. e.en th s w>.el known Itin is well known that the'position as- yet tl learn. It it is then policy, of our fully greeted by the pupils. lie expressed i.thc, of Califoruna, wms qualifiedaud a. Thme over (N. I.) .Eigrfr, amu
IHartfiord Coinve.tiou, threatened secession stuicd by Judgc Douglas is not' acceptable govermueut to benefit alone one section a his uonqualiied approbation of the manner tookIhisseat. T'he Florida Claims was made Republican paper, sap g hat the danger of
fr o the Union, s a raemdy icr supposedd to th South and that without some further our State, t thdetriment o others;u in- in which those institutions are conducted, the special order for the 9.i inst. The its party's defeat on the 13th of Marih ii .
tils, cthi greari chapion of freedom wrote exhation of his views t. cannot-n- form us, but rhile we cre a link i e it we and promised a brilliant future tothcm.| f frth bill monaeig set i.-h..f.sv. the -i Lio fLar ih cnhasnbcu wtt h .,, aa .'b...o
"Thu ceo.eat .o f thi Union is in the ceive their support. Itis possible that the desire FAlIR fol.1 youth of St. Augustingt Court of Claim, iwas take up and essrs, for the ast faor or. fivr ars.''
heart' sblod ofevr Anerica I do note Chrlesto Conveution may frame a plt- The Archbishop, accompanied by the 'ersn, cjamin and others discussed the -
eliie. ,ineh,.n on eirbeh aa gpovernu at es- n ern: which, l will be acceptable and which rCommunications. u i eight t nev. Bisihop.of Charlesto- and thi -ii'c' n DETROTT, Febriary ..22 -The Mieeigab
ibhlished n ,o iuuinmorablc a hSis, .. Let, J -_, f suy We have received two more coumuniea- Right Rev. Bihop of this Cityxwas shown it --A resolution was adopted to Dut ate Coiention, for the eleo-
Sl, r ,w te .taidar, n.p.at;,, ati.m I should be the cae he will receive probably is ,lied through tlnortress. Headirdryu t. e if the Presi.t o" other officers of fd l tot.C rlto Cove
it citizens wi i rise i iuiaes and do jmusice i the support of the entire South. The e.ulieoou "'r.c.Te "1 t h arlt-t archetoetural strength of its time-honoureoh thc Government had sought to interfere ho, to d .. ..sh.tej Gvorc N. Lath-
l huthems-s cn ti-,r'c c r ineendiaurie. South demands equality in the Union and i. ith the execution of the law- if money o pe ..,, e i' C rge I. PeekI '
t e t lthu catiell in Ltiler s oti i ntath l of ni hell arc t t .... "ehi see occcs f Lor t dn Ii e g e which d lant ltd )told, a-I
.In ] D0 in one of his State pnpers ih u lcer s this is co' eded sh1 d ill o support e hi' cl A rt b.- Ie ais o e oo s tie d hbet eu i ele e e tioneering p ropasetes R I l-ega n t I .c L tumIl --
w .,r ot:eaie m nl ay be nouniated for ate o%'c being rr was filed ti su Ioc,, tion a splendid us a P o acd, to &n a. i dismnes t delcgat s. d he resehutio,.- ..m. " I

*.I, all the :lwt .. y bp take in, .P.d,. 'Jhseartcles b ngd g scrmoun was preechtd by tle eloquent and l l '.eagn, of Texas, bitrodneed a resao- reaffimrm the (cincinnati platform; Ienow- -
question bhwecr .,. ..,i. governumuts ad extend trut,, w a-. hbapy to ailordt acc- iisied Bisop of Charlest. Weex- rution to phce five':,;. dollars at the ledge the .ing force of the decision of
aed.raceUl v uttieuot siuue -w Tie' wih we cli ecds it ipes true some ing ma t n rs s. Bstc i dse psal t, t it residence oo euiabl him t-uo h r. otn d t l tu e

I A U ion nhon h o bi uost inht- our ty ar ', sh s that the Ga two u aoueiu, fr, ,nse un weians rfuul r turl riigitn aus be oeul M
re ieh-l i'i- crh' lie adtc si--hut ofh tile .0, eegircdteM;eta* ,r tcsii e p A y esould e 1
Sueh a peispeot niut,' be dep.atd--mnn e t (herekee Chief r.-enc a couu in refer- o tids ucoun g t read W Dou;tAS NTENIS To iO, furred to .the tilitaey Conmitte.. i
be eeinscred .' e1, it e of tsave to the e ibs re of the subbsth, ea o oe r a C ild o* t'ie; p s em rs Ine demice

country, t. libertyv,', t ilt appniess of man. day euticfi d b ood, our Maker, whieh ers, rate' ird, ne shdl.l hcrcafter ie conm- JEt-'EN AT vilclnESTON.-A mashiungton In- The Heon. C. Breckenridge, the present and past State adminnstrations.
For in ti t i o mii e usolut on of the cen s e soi e. c high places in our f-ored land ]"lld to I d it oue art in ech number despa.l in the fr c says : "It is now ; vicc Presidont of the United States, thus The Co vention was fully attended ianad -..'
itg iii s tu p a sr havu due uiveree i s now cties, whia h dumth dlhitsi mme itmate I cidest u rrutnun toctim es Tliitharmuii ss fully aet e d. ar idol-
irgh, n Bm pos b ey u e rie d it cul well afford to imitate of cur paper, ndr or rply th u ood i t ci s tha i relation to the difficulty qite h iiios i its action. The dele-
-auin o eenuerd iu stablisbiig it.2- T' venerable Clief the Cherokees, flhiwin week. A thise colmOunicuitions )ougs, failing to secure the nomination between Messrcs. Ed eundson & liickman. gates were elected by acelamation, and the
Thepropensity of ill communities te divide Jolhn o ss, while ot his way to Washinhg- ire bcmore us, if prac iLcabi, tiith i l p- i .s. fr*m the united opposition of or myself, the charge that [ was resolutions un miniously adopted. I
-'hin int orissed into unity by externaldaum- ten,.at'the head f a I.. ..; ..h his tribe, pear in our next pmper, and efter that if the South against him, will transfer all the. armed, for any purpose, isa like the rest, ...- .
ras is truth well understood. There is stayed in our city fri., .... i untillast continued, each will be admitted in its c..,, ,, hI can command in favor of wholly unfounded and false. ,orcasuos Ai- ro> Vin(,I.-The Senat, of
o iii.anco of a people inhabiting even a i Monday morning. Thyi stayed to keep turn. Alexander II. Stephens. l willH have entirely sat isfactory to myself, Inever have, Alabama have passed a joint resolution ap-
smi:.ill mlod, ii rmote from foreignidang-r, the Sabbath holy, and to leeook once more pw--- c- u11. i the 11 tio o iu tovil life, corriod weapon n o any kind ipro.tin'So0,000 fo the reliefofVirginia
aid somelis..sindr spite of that presure,v hoe ou their euoble native unhotlaed. M r. ti. oss re- e Te Lgisate jurd p r n te o l p Th Tee sum f it i, t Legiosliti0 0otadjIurnedeWth ee no e er i y pe
arc no t divided int lion, riva l, h.is ile marked that the mountains are still fami- out action on the resolutions introduced in the nomination of another, without being performed a kind tnd goed-natura d at, e paying thne expes l teit rperci
tribes. The laspy union of tib i-a iatcs liir and unchanged. responie to the mSoth (redeoina resolutiohns. able to camoantd it for himself, aled have becn extensively buised for it. 1-crry althir.









ATTENTION DEIMOCOiATS! -ia

ie' The Democracy of this
Precinct, are requested to meet
at the CITY HALL, on the 17th
instant, to appoint Delegates to
the County Convention.
MANY D)E.'i0RATS.
STr. AUG STINE, MlarCl 10, TSwO.
[FO1 THE ST. AEG USTI..NE AtiNER.]
'What I Love.
S Ilove to walk out in tlh grand old
%vodds, and listen to the beautiful little
birds siuging praises to God iti their own
I,.i'in'. ways; to soo thl e fly from brantch.to
... oune' old noble troe, and theou
,tl .... i.1 burst of music fly far, for up
ii. ,o r'- cleoir blue sky.
I 1.... i., listen to thoe,witd as it talks
,;til, ,-. rt6e; somenctinmes it seems to me
S a. ..nIh it ,. ., u ..'.. ., ., 1 them for


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TtrE 4Als6'or nTIl E GiAN.) ARaMY or 'Ifeteorologipal Observations.
THE l:Vo'li'rXloN.-Of the surviving 116 t tlonthly reogitir of lctigorological
Revolutionary soldiers of the State of-few .,. ,, .'bruary, 860, furr.ish-
York, the youngest is ei ghty-nine, t and tterc I., i1, ,I Observer for the Sith-
,are two of the age of 10I, one otf 10-, and sonian Inslitution. "
one of 105 years in this list of thirty six ------ --.--------
tuvolutionary solricrs. It li oemnrkabtte, Thernmoenter in Directioln of rain in
and we think not .. ', -now, that inches and
open air. th1j 'me il. 1th 1sand'
out of the 11010grand ar11y ot Lof 1 1 vole o t. 1' ill nh.
tion which fotl ht under aid I '
1is go, nerals, there ", n1..ow ','ii, thr'u"t h. '" I t
out the whole tiTy I ly 0113 lutIr '
and sixty-five.--'4Y Y. 1c ralhf .r 0,I W;N I "1'.I1-"1 OW)
S ii7 T I Nl:t N, N 0.U000
'I Ni;' I N I' l I.Moo
NO'" E Ol, ,sis','HNO--C-yeI -\]c'oi 8 4 r5, o N1S i NE 0.000
Sydney was tt, that homightsave his life 6 6; N S E l IE 0.000
t1 17 'i l .1 SwI 0 O.IOlT
by .tellin:. ia falsehood--.by dcnyiug his I ; s,, No t.I5III
!pi d-writiag-!i'o said: I Wohun God Iis :3 I I n- -Nw' .:1io
.. .. 1 l" i 'l lT .T1 5 T!I Y :" I5'0,. (r(i1o
brol.Aght me into a dilenn in which I must 1 ; I7 i
asPcrt a lie or lose iy life, he giv e nic i I '
clouar indi(;atinu of miy duty, which is to j 1 52 '
prefer doathl to falsehotlI." 50 7,3 iui I

-l; thatgires good advice, bit .. '11. i I ,
... h... . I... .i .... ....I T I


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I lo e .th es sq I 'they are covered TI larstar of it ever br
'with beautiful green leaves; I love on a to New York arrived there last wrek, with
Sbhotsumacr's dy tohide away fronom the I110,3 Joxes leul s atlil .oramsacs from
htcry sun, and sitting uutldr it' wide Sicily, and about 18,000 boxes raisins from
branches, rest my burijing brwy on tl1 Mailga.
tall waving grass. At times I feel as though --
I could ewil'iu.ly die, thfpe, quietly dream A literary gotlemian of London claims
my hlie waiy, it souems sq beautiful to find that the wu1'4 "whig" was derived from
rest., th e initial qf tlh party motto, We hupe


I love, oh! how much I love to watch
the black coeds nri0 aind spread thenii-
I .:i.. i., .r i 1,. .'.'. ift l blue Skies; then
I 1.-.... :.,,,. It streamlet and see
.tieo reqfleted there in all their terrible
beaut he ... t '1 red forkc4 lightning play
; over .I, ': cloud with qai.h dazzling
l-.-,J r,iiid ,1 n. ,;,.. qrnick in its S fiery
: r. .1 .. -. . .... ...' thunder break-
ing on the d. -. ,l*I ..I of the air; then at
S last '.. .. il. r -I i li[81 drops raise
Seach'li t flower, that the sut in his fiery
wrath 1I,- I. :*.. It is beautiful to'
'wat lh th. .I.I...' . pay:to Ir,,. bunr iig
sun 'i4.. Ir i >'. I,. i t.i makes each rain-
drop 1.: '. 1 .4 r. 1... ..,- ...! .... ailn
watch it glide up t(9 each lI... I.- i. and
kiss it after its I1-i," .f h ,r"o "
L-,.t rof alli I .. o .... h . .1
loifin r-.. ,.:r I'.,, h. '.... ..
i. night is spread . .. . .. ..
*. i 'itl.' ..: 1 '- tr .. 1 e its
place, to see th' siver queaqn, ride iuijesti-
ca.iy thfuough the heavens anpd as 0 w[,ath
it, wonder if dear friends fur .....
Switching it also, sjid tlhiqiit', of '-r, '
hnvm muoi G->d has given u.:t to be 01ant-1
ful fur, and as I g3f0' on all these hp.aItLies,
my errin Lcart cai0not but I. .. that
Goud is "a- d!'

0 .The late He.nr D. .iilplin, of Philoidel-

phioa, provided by his will that after the
enthI of Is lo if'e and mother his estate,
after the payi.cut of cerh.aini legrcies to tile
amount of $100,000, slni'il be dayoted, onet
tliird to the er-ection of e fire-proof library
building for the lHiitorical Society of
Pniin.ylyania, ao whomit he also. bcqucathles
his library; oqe-third to thie election of a
fire-proofgallery of the fine fi:ts for the
Pennsylvainia Acade:ny of Fine Ars ; and
the rcmaiqing tl;ird for a building for tlhe
Historical Seooity of Chicago. In each
case the inticomle what remain1 of each
third is to be devoted to the increase of tlh
libraries and the gallery qo irts

Ari'PRopIA.Tross -The 0Cotnit tee oi
v .. .... .I. . ... .,,i',. i i .,. .,, 1 .i.. ,.
tives, February 2Uth, re 'ortcd a bill recont'
mending among others, thle following Up-
propriations to dcfence.- 'which are now
being constructed in'tie State of Florida.
Fort Clinch, Amelia Isla(4, $30.000.
Fort Taylor, Key West, i-' '''' Fort
Jefferson, Garden Key, i: .11. F.or
McKce, Pensacola, $10.000.

EIYPT.AIX SILK COTTON.o-Yoe Vaoe th(
.following from the Caddo Gau.ele. qf tlh
llhh iust.:
We have beautiful sample of tlh. cotItor
_ grown by Dr. J. S.. Sandidge, of }Ies4 e
Parish. The staple is over one inc&t lo;l.D
and is as finu and soft silk. It has a rihl
yellow, or creat-color, so much csteemet
in the market. Dr. Sandidge has sect
pnougil to plant several arers this spring
itd will raise a quality of cotton whidil
svill classify as fair.

EtAINIX Is OF Two ST'rItEr P.ASS'ENGE
oloADl IN NEW YO(tK CITY.-T'I'h total
receipts of the Sixth Avenue road for 1855
were 8342,588 5t ; Of the Eiglith Avenut
the still greater sumn of $1382,256 21. 1
tllus appears that the tolal number o
passengers carried by the Sixth Avenus
Railroad during 1859 was 6,851,071, an '
1: 13 the rh; .hb A'venue Railriad t;45,124,


DIr). i Ithiis city on Tuesday, March (4G11
at 2 o'clock A. IM. .W ILLIAM 3BD1)-
1)DLECO.'I Esq. of St. Louis, 3ssou.-i,
aged about 40 cars.
l!r. ] 1npJlicout n was a lawyer of high
rtpoitation. EnfeTbled by the cares aIqd
i toils of his proice.;ioun, ihe canie to FloJida,
seeking in salubriLy of our climate restora-
tion of his impaired health. be found Ihe
a family olf relations, Iand other friends a]I:Q
gathered otibuud 1hima. The best medical
skill was it hand and was employed for his
relief; qor- were the consolations ofreligion
wrattin'g to soothe his last hours. -
lie wua too feeble ut arriving hliere to
i ;llow of a reasonable Ihpo of recovery; and
o strength ilnd life rapidly robbed away.
I his rcmiites wore interred, after the,
i btlvitl sdric s-of theo Prutc tii.nt Episcopal
. ', . had been celebrated; in the beauti-
1 ful 4rotestAn'mt ccnictcry of this city.


HOTEL ARRIVALS.

Arrivals alt ite 'Uaslteiro' HosItel.

5. BUFTOiTTATON, PROBRI1TOCR

[FOR; 'TiE W1EEK ENI[N( MA. 10.]
Gov. Mluseley Palatka; J. Ehrllih St.
Anugstine, Dr. ilauralu Provideneei; It L
N. 'Brown aad \v'ie Providence; It Il Mlss
T M.itran Providence; R I J. iJ ilauran
Providlnce; l I, C.L I ,I .
0lto J. Biilbo SavollToial i I
Phil:; J. 0. Coolidge i ,I,, I. .i
Clid ge llil0a; A. 11. C oor ind 4Wife tcwo
children two bcrvahts N Y', C. 1). inunph-
roys St Augustini Os; 0nr MosesRoches-
ter; 27 Mrs J. MlosC. liouchest'r; 27 Sand-
frod Greoniman Rochesler; 27 ('Cqp J. E.
liukl'or St AtigusliuIT; -rot' A. A. Oclius
Jacksonvilie;


SIX We~eks afrle ,' iii to T :
S of Probate of o i .
fol' ltu, atio < *I .. , '' -' r-l. W
MeCrabb late of St. ,Johll'v ..' I
St. Augstine, March _, ,,,

FURNXITURIIE 1 :f .'
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MAIL ARIRASC EMENTS.
NE W S 11 1 D LE.11
North-frn Mail closes Thursd'ays .at 8 A. t1.,
and SAlinr,.1,ys at S) P. It.
SoMtlrn il closes,o1 Saturldays at, A. [.S
Northern Mlail is due o ''iThursdays and Snt-
urdays by 12 P. 11.
Sotiio Mal 1il is due on SutiTvs at 5 1'. M.


-gp" The ricind, ofilol. S. t. 0G O tOGERS,
ainnlone ii is ds tellac a cuaudid.ato for MAJORt
GI ENEi`.1AL o1lbe iI,,lcrn Division of the Florida
' Mhin ni thie iEnsis ; Election in-May next.
A"-'. A TounIg iiman, hlaiig part of his lime1
.at' Ilis disposat, desire o to iI4 pupils in the
IFrciic, Gernmlln or Spaiish langiages, yr .the
Classics:
V'lIease address A. B. through this office .or the
PI Office.


IT. S. 1MAISIf.%AI/ OFFICE.
ST. AUGQUS'INE,. FLA., FEB. 27th 8IdSO.
UNITTDFT .'I'T. TTOlsTI T' ICOT COIT FOIL TnIh
Nl.Tui'TI N ;'DITRIC("T or I'LOnLIA.
p Y : , "' ..... of arrest' issued out
I o .... of le tniled States
Te sh(oF ier Mlry Louis. ohe taFio'i.l., .r pre
f1riureo":t c d t elhth[ npo11 n A Lhbl I. hI
l i ...T...T ie' siT l.COT qIt. q t, 1y '. "! I I
I T O llt ';; e ind Al'ext -
dle. A. Belrry otf I.rcelo, l ill tIho SutTe of N.
.')rk il ;n ,aOs of vontrT cL ivil ('I1 I mariT ine,
I Ihavei ,Tized upoIn tIm iOsid sitooner lMary
Louits, iher acl;le, Ip,1al, furniture a0nd
frcighlr, and take the h'; into ( y possession
i a nd todA, ..y anId tInII TI' returnr y O(If soid
p'oes i OIn loudaIy thI 1lth d:y ,)' iMarchl
nte.x (i;,I;0) ;A 1] o I .o ; A. T IhI, Cou L
l-;;)si /hin lii,; cty of .Si.. '.r'-!-H"' < whichh
tihmu a;t;d p!i ie the ] r'uiug ..' i will,",
I i E. i U. S -. sirshal.
I T /iZihbaur'Dep't
Mar. 3, T860.
CHOICE L[QUOtR, &'C.
O'TL1)E I) Lil nors pure forO medical puitposes
L 0. Pl nleT ;Ser, i '
[IadEirs do. 5.ily do. ..

iteui, i\ Corditals
j.ay Rumni,
I' 1 .1 .. I ,lai 0
l riA h'i.h \Vhiskey, llo.'.yhon (lId
ly, WThis'0key Pieach J 'I,I d, Apple do. lin"'
ltters, Olived, Calpors, Sardines, Picdles, An-
o eirHs, I Ioings, Souse.d Salmon, 1'icled 1do.,
_Mlckheri, Siled, &e. &e. &4,
M.r. 3a. E B. E. CARR.

/RAllIAM Craukers, Indialn ,
T Starch. Farina, Ont Mel, i
iL.e Flour, Flax 1 i .eeai Mac-
*I caroni, 1 ormicelli, iE..R .
.Si. : l IJ I I XI, t

TpY SelhooT00rs from Charls(toin, ard n ow dis-
3 clhargllg.
iCIrn, Choice Family I0lour, Choice, Family
SBuller, Choice Fm';iinily Hiams, lRice, lNtatoec,
i Cheese, LTlrd [lerring alackerel &c., &
Mzi-r8.. 1 ,. 1,R13.


Dograaf & Taylor, .
(Fortily IT. 1'. Dr .HAAF,)
No. S *7BOW ,,RY. New, A.'k., "OF
IT,: ,.i,,A...... ..... ., A M IL Y
making it one of the
LARGEST FUR.ITUl E HO. SAS e
in tlfe United States. .. . .
fo the ,. 1- 1 I i I , I ,, -
'Their Stock consists, in part, of TO BE IIALD
IRosegwood, AT
la hogamly, C. B3RAVO
asnid WaTlO13it
IVRLLOR AND CHA131-if 1 R
NITL'RE. i
Al.o. CAss and Woo SE ,..'.Ii- THE SUBSCIIBER kceps consantll
l ll; iA ll; and Spi O n hand, and for eal,'liInoIrsof I
large o ; ho SA1 C' r1...: . 1 U w it' l[lowintg inBrandl .: Olhd : 0. .. P.
in sqs, from $22 to tT00. I r, ,,o.d.Ot, Do .. i
Jes.py" iind and Extensitiot Post I .' Branidy I ..
BeldstesadI,. t ons" ]auily Whiskey. I 're'Munolgahe]' \V'lis-
S feet wie, espee.ail for I e Sootihern Trade. lc" 1 I( "L r1iTT Wf key R' c lWhiske,
'Theil facilitos foer n nu tl during defy c inirti- 1 10 I L N 1 II o reyi 'ine
pe 0.. <;K ..A.. .iTt.D ASO1 1 C 'et afe M lsf h bel 1:-ands,1- 11,"
1 'i L A i p' er o 1 1 --i. 1 11

NEo Goods I e.talecdl o. Time. on' i Oers, g" .t &c. &c.
Marodh 10--18( C. 11IAVO

APPLES, ONIONS, POTATOES,
Cli. Atlanlti--Clht.ic .. '-I.'.. Fruits &c. 71 TOlS !. TOYS! 5
Dred Fruits &c. L CAFP. AA lnrge variety of Toys for Ithe Holdays.
.t, ',r No V. 12 T 5.:L:SOTN


Si o6fleis ure will find PIhotogra 1hy most ila'taat.i telirminlsof 111' St. Joelns 1il' Roe1 A. D o ROGERO,
fascii''i an1 ddiightf!l :i iusemIenIt We are (now b being constrtueed) connecting this point Sheriff St. Johns County.
Srepareto it out amateurs with everything with St. Augustine. A line of stages will leave St. Augustine. August 6, 189.
nccesary for their success together with in- St. August me every Thursday for Tocol and re
s .Trutlious ** r, ,' ros." o o.u' rning o eeryFriday until the .EX ICAN MUSTAN TuNIMT NT.T
i ii 1, 1 il Road is eomnpleted. MUS TAN LINIMENT.
T .... ',T , i ,rhic Applicants for board will please apply ', ",,1 i F '*' .1' ,
', ,.Views. J. W. SNOW, Tocoi i '-. I i .' ..'- .i . r
i,, / ,erchant,+ f"'. l ;cvery Eco.ion. of the Dec. 10 185. ___ i -^ . _'":,.'.. **
country are invite t e dcak1n ex- 0 1i
aininatiion of our stock, a1 our .liscoutt to the U. S. MARSBAL'S SALE. I ''' ,.,r -...,, . .,I ..1r!
trade will e liberal li. -Y virtue of two Execiutions issued I .
.'a d* sitpl 'S-r a p l Cers.- Firs class ft the United States Distri ct Court f .1. ... . ,. .0-.
T u- a ted, Norlth ern District of Florida, and directelt ,ieIett. :, ',. I ', ,
Senm by.imail a print numouanted, with price against Francis Brider of the city of St. Angus- prodoe .' '", . "
of Negative tine, I lave levied upon and will sell at public se., Sprains, 1humani5, oellingt ,
Ma. 3. t4m. outcry in front of U. S. Court IHouse in this r,,.s, pri&.s. It l ha$ no t iqal. ins-
city of St. Atigustine on the first Miondav in ,, ini-atios. The genuine euailog
QXTRQDINAUY SALE OF a miimtions. The ,genuine Musti
TQDIAY SLE March at 12 o'clock hi. the following described ,iniment is sold by all respectable ,. .
L S enert ... part t as vied upon pro- ::nd Livery Men in every town, ... .
."- II ,iousa by the Sheriff of St. Johns county, iz: ort ow Ae .i
A House and Lot in Charlotte Street in the i.. hands of the Oo.on. Boy ,a
.. L I C TiETISI city of St. Augusline, once
A Gold Pencil with Gold on attUchd know n ai City IHotel. B IS & PARK, proprietors, New-York.
Sj.Ifiause and Lot in Pieolata Street, hounded "Moch AIld.
N. by said so." E. by a lot formerly of Cornelius
GOLD ILOCO3E T, : i., it of Mrs. Foster. .
For $5 "0O "" .. .. i .. 12 mile Swamp, known as e R iulte
AND A PRE.MIU- TO EACH PLURCHASEl 161 Acresof md mre or less onNorth River, FROM
WORITH FROM S2.00 TO $8.00. kniwn as Shall Bluff.
A FTEI Two Years' profitable experience in 131 Acres of Land on Pellir's Creeo, for- PI TolA TO ST. AUGUSTINE.
Sonr present modo of disposing of our Jew- mer0y1 belonoinr to Ilobert Mickler. '
eiry, &c., al..l from the uni erosalo satisfaioi s hares I. .', *... "T leT'rIh, Li ne.
given to all who !1ave paitroanzed our ho use, 1we The abo;-o sale is postopned unl$tbhe first *
take pleasure in saying tlt it eou consider. mon1Ii3y in April next. u 1Four Iorse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Light
our business fairlyand 1 rnmanentl e.1ablished. E. E. BLA CK IURN, U. S. Marshal. Wagci, all connecting with the several
We wish.it ;tdersloo(i 1i9( 1this10sNo otlery. By CGoo J. Zchabauer, Deputy.
but a fair and lcgitinj.te salo, jt0 whioh each St. Augustin, Jan. 27, 186o. r.CHArESTON and
LrD .aser I i t- -f his or btrawney i SAVANNAH Steamers.
A" GtOLDl, t. A CtL. GOLD. PEN AT- FRUITS. .. ..;- in readiness .
a11, oGi, which cannot e I itor 1 TIOICE bunch Raisins, Citron, Currants, ........ 18 miles;Tie ,, .
1,i th le ome e pre; ,, ,' .,' t to lhoe Iir- Dates, assorted Pro'eservecs, Jelly, Ginger, -- U
chase e.ach perso( .. reivos i PrQ.tj0 11of Je dried ApIle, AhIonds, Pe an Nnts, lr'jil Arrivals and Departures frino Charleston twice
y, lcasi , ,''al ,52, 0 bew ora Nuts, Pea Nuto, Engllish Yalnuts, Iickory Nuts. a week--].verglade, via Savannah. Caroli-
$3, 5, 8, 10, , 80, 50, 0 1.ven SW00! Jan. 21. i, E. CA1RR. .And SavannahI-St. St. Mary's, inland
NO MONEY.RISKI)! dilect.. And EI.erprzle, up the River Pi-
'We propose to let a person kiow what P'.e- J oc ieS. latkl, steamer o- '.'i..'... .' nrdayrs.
S; re se0tding his money; "TIST received a fresh supply-of Family Gro- Proprietor.
.. , ... dsiri. one of he series at St. Augustine.
'o ... ,.. nld usihoir n.ianind SWINNEY'S Cash Store t/gn TilE '1A .
S i .. ... . 0. Pencil Oct. 15.
and Peon, or L cket, and II *. their -
selcion, iforn thtmby return ailwhat I I SURACE COWANY,
Premiun i. 01 ;i titled fo. They can then
1ave tIhe i .I sending for it if they "W'E C AS9H CsAPITI A L< T
chioosc, '. A S H (Ai1Al
Our plan, from la" v.... o ,,l, oo," '1- ..."." 50 CIIARLOTTE STREET.
lTTusineso, 10s gl 1.... ... ..... ,ol .n. O OO '
i 1., n sell, am now prepared to offer to my old friends bo
1' C cost hi, and rtai toe "Premiun .. d St. Johis county 1a' 0' .
S, , J ... ,.... of fall and winter dry '
If however, r'- -o-.ov should i : .] lr ash or city c-
to send us their ., .. advun ,. ceptance0 at sixty and ninely dys credit witl OQEccs-23' BR-OADWAY, anad
rely upon being a0s fairly dealt, with as though approved endorsers. Orders from nmy country WALL PTREET
they had le .. .. frie .c friend companied with the. cash will h e 50 ALL W STREET.
.,.......... ., : .... o'odsill promptly attended to with great care and atten- __
, i ,. t, ,, ,o Laok- "'' ., ., .. ,,. ,, 10 ,to lthe pu rchaser,.
Stand Pr.m 1 m, f"ee, f .upo. ,' , I t if t '1 h tiii Conipany Insures Buildings, Ierchan-
tand Profium, l tI o, . , pt ihey soill be disc, Ships, and their Cargoes, in Port, House-
,orI fI articTlua-send for a Peuind'Pn, olM Furniture, and Personal Property
or Locketo '" o ..' "lilo s , '. getierally a against Loss or Damage by fire.
S .... nr Premiums arearticles nitable for ... '. .. ... SIAH AK resident.
,. tenitlei' ten, suc h 0s0 "' I I I. J I I B V i.
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Watch- vill be "allowed it fisve per cent. offt; for cash.- JOIN BODINE, Vice President,
e ea l t You~~v~o e ,ere a list of a few of my large as- WMi. JAFFARY, Secretary.
e,, Gold Vest and Guard Chains, sorTlnent of goods. GEO. O. FRIRDBAKS,
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold D iR 1- G 0 0 DS Agent, St. Augustine.
'Watgh Keys, consisting of French broad Cloth, Doo skin Cas- J .oe 23.
Gol)j Shirt Stdq--ptlai and will softings: simeres, P, ilo Cloths, Satinetts and K. Jean' -. .-- -....
Qold Scarf Pins-new style; Gold Breas 't T'wved Cloth, Falnry Cassimenrs. l alie; Cloth ARRIVALS.
Piusi; Gold inIgs, &c.. &N Mlcrinosof i.1.. I I ..1 .. itcl:ncs. TUST discharged from Selh.).dratic from New
FOR LADIES, grey Blank.. .. 1 ,Y. I I Meri-- Yolk. Choice GOohen Butter, Provisions'
We haxe 11' I i I ,. .. *. .. ,,; i' noes, ,Aakinaw, Ilakels, Negro Kersey, 31eri- Apples, P-lttots, Ouions, Buckwhteat, assorted
Slone. ( ..... .. .... ,1 r.. 1 i .1 ilachl ints, Ladies and m1is:1 s 110se, Gents Crtekers. E. CARlB.
1md Ej,+ i ',. I .,.1 1 1 ". Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cloaks, -Lourning 1 'e. 17
3utl *o Li' Deains, Gents Merino hlall Ilose, Fren0h1 and --- ""-_ ..-
Alto English Camllorico, Red and. White FlanelIs. "* X+A -Yiounr-ants. titron, choice Muslard,
Q sord1ons, &c. &c. ' ,NELSON d. tups, do. Olives, do. Fresh Mtck-
Urixce Ltion.tble references given whenever N01 ov.- arol ..
required. ----"- ---- __ *sr._3. I' i tl.
N. B.-In sending your ihmisa write the ll' Salt. RON WARE .-
State, County and Town plainly, so as tp a'oid IIi .* J I.W .,AR .
letters being miscarried. A- A fine pacing PONEY, also worked in I RON 1Pots, Kettles, Bake Ovens. Spiders;,
Address, ANGLE & CO., hiarnels. Apply t I J Skillel, GriddlAs. Waffle Trons, Corn .Mills,
102 CANAL "TIrr-r ,:.11 No.) .1011N -, CAN.OYA 'tying Pans. Smooth 1Irous, Cr'dirons &e.
.. TORK. Fe,. f5. 6t I laer. Z. B. E. CARBR..


AMERICAN AN) FOP EIGN. TO TOURISTS AND MERCIIHANTS VISIT-
SSTEROSUOPIC 1EMPORIUM, ING NEW YORK.
I. .ANWTHONY, T E INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
30SOBroadway, New York. .65 & 367 BROADWAY
After iMay let, 100 at 501 B3ROAD ll41 too ,
doorsf'om the St. .'ictoas Hol. Corner of Franklin Street, -
The Stereoscope is the most instructive, in- NEW YO1IK.
i. entertaining, amusing, and exciting r,
.... i invent ions. ,.
,None i oo yoen 1 none too old, none too J. TAYLOR, PREOPRIETOR.
ut'elligopt, none too uneducated, to aeknow- I't'"
I i- ; i. an l I lea tn ly I :
t' ,, oploteo v'ithout it, and it must Iosses advantages hih all travelers appre-
ap I wii l pen raIte (0vo rywhere. ciatc. Its ] ioceTioLi c; rt iT, be i surpassed, being
i:. 1irsents to yo3tr view( ev'- y part ol'the to lhe I ri0e1 Ai iac ,cs of bhloillnes
world, inll thl l i-u rsli,', boldIess, perspeotive, anil ainu1e Tl. TheT a1arLntentls, of which
ind s]harpuess of r detail, as if you tire 1 n the . tr'lI v.. w r n;-,, ii i.h,'li r.1'l
spot ......O .ev r eI I J ... ....I.


S 'av. A a 1 'nol .eo veryw 11 I ,, i .. .. . i ... .

\l .e a i ,, .t. e .. ... ,
.,* i , .. ,. . ,, , . , ,T L Is con-
S, ,







scope, *0 I I 100 icen es. ,o I
ing can b, more fac. inhaling, oand 0c .... n offl e 1 i -
no greater trvat t,.li friend fond of'tte Jici-
ariud the hyautifil. ST. AUGUStINE,, FLORIDA.
A1 3hou' n'y I ny taneous Strreoncopo View? ;
are li, latet PI iliotographic wonder. Ti y ] ', .
iakInI i 'n l forti t li a.r1 of a second.ad i ery-i ,
thing no mi'ter how r:lidly it may beo nuviin
lo depicied aIsla aply aiid diinctlyas ifit 1ad I
iben pere'ecly l rest.1. Thiis gives an additional
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature io IRR'MS:
itds ieh charIn of liLi and moion. The r nt Boardrs, $1 25 per day.
,s U.l"0 di""' eyo'- 0'5011,['-'II 5'111 h'e id oIl I f'l.,r omo. attIr 4$i 50perw'k.
k .o.w' ii toop i, 0 oo Ieii .froit Londntt S "n l oom i, 4 50pe I .
Pario harge ore.r ifor ,tlouy's In ntoo er i Single Rooms, 2d Story, 6 50 "
View, of ,,iT0rican life and scenery. Single and Double Rooms, with f"re-places
Amonitg other thiings we hav. jusat published ciigibly situated, will be treated for.

lioaTs feel a T interest. The nartoiculars of th Extra X als, S37 cents. Extra Fires,
b,1l bin' ( n.1 (ll 0(10r atalIogui. / 25 COLB.
S. gs '5ill 1 0 G clod fare and one uniform price.
re .e tt .atf,. :. ?astn Oct. 20T .
larti- ata P oi og senadti g wo ni s l, l r 1.
S1., S*O, or -5it can ahrte a good instrument TI li'l.'-lP
and such pictturs as they may request, sent by A W iC011 10- SEi
i010 alone, withoutt instruuient) can be I AT TOCOT on te St. Johns
en! ylT mail. t river Jist0 Florida is now open0
Parties' owho wh to be advised of everylling for TI h reception of Iloarders.
really valuable in the line that comes out, man -,- This Hotel ias recently been
send us the ir riancs to place on record, and ws built and newly fturnis'hed. It i" on the East
will p 1- I tr t1 .. ,.i t" t. ... ,- f I side o Ee St. Jolins river six miles a0 ove Pico-
|"nlla btr et 01r0y 0 OiOeing O~iO'which I~~


S.. E SHERIFF'S SALE.
BDY virtue of an Execttion issued out of the'
Circuit Court for the counties of Volusia and -.
Brevardltn the'3lastern Circuit of Florida and to
me directed Sp dtliterar t,, f.-tvarf William 1'.
Giles et, -. i .,li.,.. ,i|I al -..J ,.-i I IaD %e
lvied upon '.a ndwill expose for sale at Suass- .
I.i T i ,I.,,. 1 ,-. . r l c.- ^ I. I-.j .
lowing described land, to wit :-An undivided
interestt of Pve Thousand three Hundred and
Tlhirty-three Acres, beingig thehtird part of cer-
I JI '1* I I I i I.,,Ii. 13,000 acres more
, .* L, i .1 i I i granted to SamttIel
Milca on the ili8h day oflduly 181;.1and canfirlm-
ed to Johnli M. 'SI I .' i
The above .. .. '., I'until the .,t
Monday in May. ,
The above saiee is postponed urnil the f'Ir
Monday in June.
The above sale is postlpoued until the z, I
310londay in July.
'he. above rise is postponed until tie e 's
I .. ,J.. I iol, Atdt.t
.l .i i J .. I l' u1 iI the firs .
T|.1. . . al+oned b ... ll r.r. i ".
1 A.,.-i ,I', I . '1W 6
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Sh', r ' "'". J i:i; I I.-







I ir Ie I .l of. ry ex tio1s 1' 1- .t
the Cireuit .court for theio 0... I I-
Sas Et-r,, i..ct of FloI. to, Ihar.
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SJ I I I: ,, public 'sale -before.
She Court itouse doer in the city of St. Augus-
tine on Monda:y the first day of August, be-
tween the sual holura of sale, the following de-
scribed properly to w'ito:
eA Iouso and Lot in Charlotte street in the
city of St. Augustine,
A ITouise i. l,.. I I .I Street bounded
N. by said streeT, E. by Lqt formerly of Corne-
lius Dupont, W. by Lvt of t'+s. C. Foster.
350i AcLres Land 12 mile sw-tmp known as.
d .- .. ... [ .
k I I Northl. :Ter known as Shell
Bluff.
1'1 Acrsa Laod, I'Pellicer's Creek, formerlyof
Robert M;ekler.
5 shares iu Gity Saw Mill.
S'l 1. :. postponed u till ls'

Th, ;above sale is pfslponed until the frst
Monday in January ld0.
Tne abova sale is postponed until the firs
Monday in March next, by consent.
The abuve sile is postponed until the first.
moni0ay in April next.


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No.. a1. Mer hllats' hotel SEMINAR'Y.' Georgia State Lottery. TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. LECAL NOTICES.
S, ,. The School .under Ihe core of I TILL be sold on the first Mondayy in A -
S PRESIDENT OF THE U.CORNER OF KING AND SOCIETY l Mher & wnwill open ON THE PLAN OF THE gust n btethe ou the NOTICq.
0(."-I / onl Thursday the 13th of Oetober .e ito ., .'__....., tilthe following property or
. I STATES. STREETS, for a session of ten nionths. Inisttcetions will Royal iHavana Lottery, soa ,.......,. . ill pay the State and county rIIITY days alter date I will apply to the
--i, TTnet1BUCHANaANL be given int English (including higher Mathe- Taxes and expenses due tihereon for the year 1 Jetge of Probate of St.' Johns county for
N--I ... ,. T b .T BUCiIANAN, b g tuics,) L(in, French and Music. --Por the benefit of the--- 1859, by thic heir. of Mrs. Lawrence, to wilt: permnion to sell certain pe onal Estate of
S,* ,,. 1 1 a t.o Ameriat CHALETO, S. C. St. tAugustine Jn'y 28,1859. MONTICELLO the undivided half of a tract of land situated on Lewis cod Robert MicklerO, i sItsKR.
li'. i i,,-- m knntitpub- a"t heSthte crc d-- :_UNION ACADEMY, the North river about 16 miles North of St. O T IKL.
Il eer i ..e th at tho urnti, K E ROSENE O U Augustino, bounded on the North by tracts ol St. Augustine, Feb. 18 18t0.
land o6lies in the State of Florida, at the I or aSe c T'Ys GEOIRIA, Itana l Smlith, P'. P. Sanchez and ..I :.
1... .. I : -. I J. B. NIXON, b P'OPIElTOR. TJIEXEW YORK KEROSENE OIL CO. tthorie by S Ac of East and West by public lands, ai -s..., 1. NOTICE.,
, .. ..... .. Authorized by Spcil Act o Leg lture ct of Leonardy nd publiclands. i ....g .. IX months after date, I shall mke pplic-
(. 'the 'ipo i f t i ls in i th.....e. The subscriber having taken the above well ( (ESTABLIS11ED 1854.) 62 of T. 5. S. 2I. 29 E. and according to the tion to the Judge of Prohbai e ofr Sl J'ohlioi
., h o;otftA.... ,a nds t........tThhsuisrSthv e he h . 7 2 8 P R IZ E S ver ...... tn.T
op .t d. .l.opnfohfipos lethlnc i kniwn and favinorite Itelo p leave re- Ano uce that having mtde gro e at improve- 25828ePRIZESa elres. The whole a of said tract has berh'o- rcargeas te A,'u:' t LI
.. .-..., .-I ,....,. 1. I which emrnt to soforttonoftotsintiemandfamcture of Kerosen, they arerWilliam Theaboot, deceased, lute of sa oti t.
.. b ,i ....... ..six ltilete on 'each Hous e, as well as the traveling puclicdthat lie nol enabled to offer it to the Trade at MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO .too ).e a 1sse 11eo Shm T&eroff. Tax. .ilTt. d ee toNANtE,
sid the railroads tom .n . 1,., ,t hnd made mruha ngesWhich willadi toi'd A ED CED P ICE.r .Assessor & CollectorSt. Jons Cotunty. Feb. 18. 1860. A hni.aiss ris,. ,
j. t,.- ,-,. .,. -It-..-1 .00Ito.ndmadetotthaogcs willt willaudd to its A lIEDOED PRICE. EVERY TWO TICKETS. Jac. 7,1860.
-.. .. .. '.. I . ienscola, to comfort as a hpme, and as at public resort. le The oltoetlio. . .. rs is respectfully
.the State tine of Al.banma, in l)oe direction of woui al e k... --; ........, .... l clled to the ..........- -bl, tle result of McKINNEY & Y 0., IManagers. TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.. EXECUTREX'S NOTICE.
Moiot.-omery;" sub. Oect, as r;eqired by los, to no effort will be ; l... .-' ,1 2 ',et ..,, .I ol pet ote otricel ..., y Id N. Roont ic Vit f Wiisue A es o n i ,o e
a minitmm u of two doIlars andifty centjrer cre, or assistapfpe, tO a ... J... i, .. .ii... 1 Esq., of New York, Chemist, cnd dated Feb 8, To be drawn in public cuder the sworn superin- B at rconi of s ot i sued out oof e Po 4 Is h personoein aety elito-, or demand(
in: "OL)D MERCHANTS"' 1856c. Itscindence f two t sionors.,-appol noted for t i rbae e Cotrt of St. JohnsCocity-andtoA i tei a Ntoe .,. -I
SE Ht ten t ltpurpose, ii te o we directed, I SltIll offer for Sale in front of St.iJohns county deceased, are tI 1,..r1 t- -.
\" ., ., the t l e lineand recsti oaf tihe pri- ant ad stifctory. a ps, e ie Court IHouse in the City of St. Augustine at hibit the same within two years, aeie d those in- .'.;
c pa l merid lat. s t, o City of Savannah Georgia. theo usual ms of se o lMonday the (;lday deleted to t tateare reqred to make pay
T.wns.tp end2aof 'coge B D PER Dtm, $1.0. MATEItAL. L of February 180; call that certain Tract of Land meant immediately ti
Townships 1 and 2, of range 1. ct. 15. 8m MATRAL. LAMP. o --o-- Granied to P. 1. Young, and levied upon as IIELEN W. COBB Executrix.
Townshipsl, 2 and oftranges 2. ndI. 8 O .7 CAPITAL PRI heroperty of henry Younge, :.. .F.,... Feb, 11, 1860. I. 8.


I a.i. Mps dtS, AIiaeest.ie. FI. n..... I..- ... ...": ....... ITICE'.

Townships 1, 2.8,and 1, .f rugo. 5. FFN ON. PROPRIETOR. --- day 2nd day o 1 Ps. I "- -
1 0 5 l ,, ,,..lA I 'o o or c, & i ., itt,,
,. i i . i. I .1,, ..S O lly .10. t. n ounty. ... .. . ..... -, . I I I. ."
3 ... o t .4, or f ., ges18,1S, i '. 1- . I . .1t ..I- if Burning Fluid TLare Wick, 553 IIALVES, QUAlTILtS, AND RIGHTS IN St. AugstineopB. 31 185S. .. i. ,IT,
T asnip 2,fi, a' | -- *, .. tv,, c .--T-- -OO.T Tax CQ.tor.Ims Sale. Feb.. f1800. 8'w A.ini.t.L1 rix..
Tosip. 1,2, t.d n, 1.! f.. o .i,,,is his old fri ei d .d ie public to TQ BE IA W AH NSA TUDA -ILL Ibte .l u, e t first Honday of ray NOTICE.
Township; 1, 2, n . o. : d give hi. a cl.' ie s.ill .lvay ie found .IN' JANUAEY 1860. Auguoti"a le foli ig propet-hy to py the ALe, p.e- oe t reed to .ake e-f
To-tsbips 1, 2,3, 4, 3, and 6, of ra 8ge 0, e greet theI i, hisu al styl. State adcon t a d es o eeo ie to, ee uelt A a e
-* and 3*2. for ee yor i byY OF SAVANNAH, tEOhsA. p e r ore L ositg tatis against the ash notate
1. . of the le ai. tnr a w e o. IheprI.j To I Pi siciea of te ,Soute o .rI S' ,te5.-. -.4 5 1 00 84 10 Ci co 53, to t D -.,,- n J0l 7, 1800. liaii i South the W iAll e H au lo t Lot d- 1reqi tl ot c ps i the lt wiin t. o
Sc .. i,.eridi. OLFE'S GENUINE COGNAC BRANDY, 1.299 4 85 Class 54, to be Dr an. 14, 1860. Ai. o St.ee Ex of paymieti... O, ETLDA CO.. ER, A.'.rit
Townships of ranges 4, and 2. 833 1 00 10 00 C ss i, to be Drawn Ja.. 21, 1860. T -.. Collector, .J. C. eb. 18 CLE AdFlt I or. "
n i , da oo rnge 30. WOLFE'S GENTINE MADEIRA WINE, 2 5 Class 53, to tie rtwi lan. 28, 1800. in ;tl es, 4 S.. pu -pose of perfect- 4 ,1860
Townships I and 2, of anroge.31. WOLFE'S tENUN.INE SIE.RY W1NE. 706 1 2 9 00 f SiI ll P. B. DlAS, Agent. -EXECU.ITRIX'S O ICE.
orwth of he 1sel and e it of te pr- I am now supplying the trade with pure PCog-lait-of-------Nov--3--P.-B .B At ILL persons havtg any coline or denaond .O.
-. cieatt ritio. nec Broody, in bottles, butte for tedicsecd lietiable orero freom the Trade, by Mail or Ff -$1a ( TicTAXkeOLLECTOtsSAoAL.a ito the Not of Kingsley .Gibbe,
Towns eh Iand2,5,2, orn 2 .. 65 n chicr.e h n a! e e iet-U I aAty g t.t 0f un pin", I Price of AN is 800,003 QU neRt Dfor etiGe Court t-se odSy o S A Ln t rsos indebte te theistate aer Aho e






Townohip", efrange4 11 anrd 12. e ustpo ond to driveout ef the on- o obtithe.1v. le folooo p-perty, or so Bee 31 1339 ExRW ecrix.
S1, r ft rin gout the country, led manyleding.drug- facturers' Prices, of all the New York t hole- 1 a 000 iO,00 county IS and cxpeses due thereon for the
cutd ofte 1C e .ast ofethe pri- ptiectiries otaitn medical nc for s ale Brogg-io cocre. Ca liete cd tur- :0 i -0I- year t o-I4. hy rthe heirs of Be Fotg0er, to it cii S
Township 1, of ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, course in regard to the- article of Brandy. I B.-KEROSENE ist t t rtte- c i 1.-i) Smyra, bounded _orth by Ormonde's landy
and 9. should have complied with .i. .. .6.. .. ... .t..r d A'heK oece Oil Co., a i al l 1110 1,100 So h um etts, ast by theriver, est by lX eek afr ae I shall apply to the
Townahipo I and 2, of ranges 10 andt 11. quarters blil Har 1 s b DegeJof p rao ite of the county of A S
At the land office .=t N --..it g i.. b--tey thes fipet, that owvipg to the exorbitatey prtet /ctr ud e C o et ess /c h 100 ore 3.000 T IOMAS '. EHOORE, Jelcito for letter e of Adit iniotranton sti boais
Toin hson a 3.thefi.- ', . ... fr i i an i. /. 7. are TaxColleco fVolu onty on with the will annexed the a
the disposal of the vacant lands in he en- ness of th e ~a of t .Sot r tats. 2.45 m 2 300 are Jan. 7, 1860.ov e sale is for th prpoyse of p erfect aobert thellardey, no deti cewillinbart
u 'der ifc aled t. i ei t i Br dy, bottle it a id sell it ot m 1 00 are 0 the it le a P. B, e pUM AS, Agent. St. sAugust IeJan. Prde. A 'Re o.
t WOLFE'S GENUINE COGtACeor meANDY, e grpe rp Class 54, to he D ore w Jan. 14, 1860.0N. A.ov12. IOGEO, Sheriff & Ex nt. SPt.Gymet MAtTIAn.',E10 Ad'tr0r








deofthe ranros -ro S Jons river, at ct ndpFevtous year (e hrpropet I Class5,'toe Drawn Jan. 21, 1860. T ', SHERIFF'S SCALE. N.J.l C.
Ja sonsvile, to the 2,waer of Escambia bay, at fo tis as abudant and pric o Brandy St. Augstine Drawn Jan. City 180. Til..lCo ...IX wee after ..te... purpohall apply heperfect-
Tor earPensoola and ., from Ang elia island, have fallen to the standard of ten years ago.- APITAL 4 P of pprxitngto vs. In Chancing the titlesery. Judge of Probate of the county of S< 4olhm
on the Atlantic to the wars of ampa bay The ty on Brandy s lso evety per cet p are 80 athan Cobb. .,forleteofadinsl of Single taiomeino
with branch to Cedar Key, on the Gulf of eer b in holes, both l .e ardicalgemen eliabe orders fo the rade by i vrte of a Decree of the on. court of it the e state of
texicoo:' sabjoet or- rei tireblab to a tiei rpte expe tiFaehe, $200 0 0. 4 20,410 o p rce oreosOQ axai vir e a Bncer re of the ircu it. cotrt atofattic the suit ot'it" M 11111teseil st am,,.oa
Sivae use. Thg nd immselling ces s tolfe's hat has Telegraph Co, fil 4 Prledes of 0 pprximapplicatiioon to hs d OLLed J CTOuly 2 18 S SALE.9. I ill exposed to exhbe for it he 1 0 ithin
Township 2, f range a of eri- t oy. ertrtee ith m albl Ocs-23e the Court BROADWouse door years and thos l indebted ttee 'slte are rc- NOTICE.
on/so o an2of res ,0rewnedlayefforts to Place a pure Gin within AUSTENS, AgentsI 'riztof S60,000 is S60,000i Enerprise oi tb first Monday of 1 1 uired to make pa0y nment immediately

















i r, the. p:rea.h uito rd te ire tun dulterated ticle and itic 3 Pearl STREET. 8 0 i p prqit i t g lv o 0... .e 2- St io tort e y aereby ti itdo e a o m- c 1

8 .., 2, an d :1- . 12. or a cordil, healhppsful and tinvigoraing. It hs -,000 prize ar 4Q Ci y i ropertye of every io revoked, anu Aed, n t eJ r i. a eis
Townshipl, 2of, rangs 114,and 1 of range en a r of nier l complain that a i Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man- e 8 Prs of 4 i ,0prp0 ating toi,0 cott t e ta-3 pwe ini b t tI1e8r5v o Etlt lie e et t -nS.
-183. o as boh'ttle of pure, test txee Freict rum-ghdy, vta discu, Scity e n ed their ('argoes, ticd P'rort, Ilousef trrers'ofr10esperaithrniegotooe- 1 5,s seunc aesa ol th e pr other Se o n _










Townships 2, 3, 4, 1, 18, 14, ans d 1, of tured l nittiont O all decriptiqLns. of ardent 1gg l l W. 11KER, Preoidct 4001 1ies f 20 appoxient iing oe .ie ao t00cdtoq r, t inteet Bee.10 1859
Irageg 1. spirits,r Brandy, i. ledicat p..jee, has been JOHN BODINE, Vie Presidendt. ii>- 1'.000 i i 3,000 t'ea lr 1ic 59 by thi heirs ot 'Ite Fotger ti ie hld i-_
eg a turnedsPas theo solicit me to pursue the ogai ing Fo i -1anufactendp" 20 00.Oe thousand Acres of Naed, North of -New lie
.Township 1, of ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, course in regard to the article of Brandy. I A B.-J AR YOSE ra y is the trade- 1- ,, 1 0 2 i 00sS........ ].50,nd o ots tby ther i de fr, st bywe ser e s l p y h




















TowhipsI 2, 8,4, 10, 11, 12, and 18,of i u-.. .ters .a i. i Pt i -.. io o hea b GEO. FAIRBANKS, 25,2a a'cing to..-...$366,040 -da i c I
ran ge 17.o *',' . ... o lu '. ... .', l.d, and have gent, S. Augustine t TaxColletory fVolus y. Lon with the sons indebted to th e Esa ato of G l
Townships 2, 3, 4,10, 11, and 12, ofrang. been the primary caue of o murders, suicides, June25. W 1 4 i t S8 ab v sl i f te )e p fumphreyslatof Iolns y de-
iheZ disposal of the vacant, lands in tile ,- 'ness of tile I ). Oct. 13. 83m 3 i00. are 600et. 81



















Towmbhipsl2, 3,4,8, and 9, of ranges 19 and to an early grave, oself-detroyers, fro deiimport the OYS T O Y I AarterS 2 500 S40 in ugustine, St. Johns oity GE .. .. I o .. 1Ad ll peIRn haviNKs
20. tremenhs, mania-a-pou ani hcrrors, namhces un- A hirge variety of Toys for the Holidays. l -e I ov 29 1859 dec3 '. B.. 1 1 ,g will presot themt du-
Toawships 1. 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and, 9, ofknown, until unprinci.ipled men began to make Nov 12 T NELSON I- __ ____ ho-uthliiicated within thetime pr01e0iibed by
i ranges 21 and 22.. John'sriver, maddening compounds and sell it as thetprpeNt pure Nov. -PLAN OF LOTTERY SHEn-RIP'"S SAIE law, or this notice wil e plead in tiar.
.owak hips 1,o.2, t 4, t 6, and 7, of range Frencht Brandy. and prices f Brandye Pnumbers roX to U corresI St. gustinCity MillCo IXweefterdatei s ls: iiUMA EYS
231. The virtues of ptre French Brandy need not t L with those number on the tickets priced i- DY virtue of suedry executions issued out o eia, -ii . bdministratrix.
Townships 1, 2, an omd 4, f range 24. be told ly te. They are known throughout yeras separate slips of ptiapter, re encirenled w i .ith all r they Cirtcuit court for tlie county S of Sto.f, ftecatf_____ ot____ _
At the land office at St Augustine, coa- the world .. ..i. ., .e. ....i tic-ulant. It tOM (lin tube anid placed in one wheel. I onuts Easotern Circuit of Floftida to rue directed llno
mentaing on monday, thee twenty-seventh' day is, aso the .. h .. 'd I have ow call it "Eau PfOLATA Td 'oe AUrI The irst i) Prioe, eimihsaI printed and en against eIrancis Bridiicr of said county, I have Olltioe.
of February next, for the disposal f the vcant de vie," the water o'life. But this applies circled, re placed i a other wheel levied upon and wilecree ofl sell at blic sle efre ththe ills after the dauponte hreof I shall p-
'ads in the eea-numbered sections and farts of to it only when pure and unadulterated. Man- ( t>r The wheels are theme revolved. ant number the Court House door in thee city of St. Augus- 0 yly 1o the .1ydge of l'tobate of Sm. Johit
secxons, withico the underientioned townships, ufactured with the fearf ing redients that make C l ii A is drawnfrom the wlieel ofNeubrsc, tnd at the lne ha Morday tlhe first day of August, be p county for my di.cH large a, .dministrator wmlih
which remain to the United States, within six a good imitation, it becomes a death drink to colli ame time a Priz e is drawn front the woein .t **. "- i. '.1. f sale, the follow cg de- h iu oti annexed of to Est4e of Hannahm
miles on each side of the railroads from St. inirocent tens of t thousands of our race. To Four Horse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Light of rNumibers, ind at'the srame time a Prize : c nty* Sit. deceased.
Joha's river, at Jacksonville, toti:e waters of reiedy a fearful evil, I have commenced i- Wagons, all connecting with the several draw fro the other wel. The number and i Charlotte street in the EO F -IB-KS.ich I -
cambi bay, or near Pe ola;" and porting Brandy, botselling it, anod seeing it 4 PIARESTON and prize dawn outf80 apprxoeand exhibite to he city of St. utie,y 2 15. illoinitn.or1860.
from Ametia island,ofthe le e tlanti, to the "Wlfes Genuine Cogac Brandy." I amguarantee w audieth my sece, anal, ld regitebered by tpriz e Co mission sale on nownay City Hotel St. AgustinJan, Jexune 2, 18 .
waters of Tampa bay, with a branch to Cedardaily receiving orders frth ome the druso ggists andby SAVAeAices-H Stamer. te Pri being placed against tie Number A House tid Lot in Piulata street, boouded T fpary1860,at.12- .__" .
7..-ey, in the Glf of Mexic;" subject, s re- pothecad, whries i all parts of the Union, to sellveragei 8 Prizes f 50 appr imatnce lw in rg to lines awityoitin Ti oprSt. Ati iti restineatd untithatl have N by said street, by Lot formerly of eeornA.D.
u-ed by law, to a minimum of tco dlltr and tor medical purposes. v Disan ce I0s 1 hi hous 8 rizes r o Il upont, W. Iy Lot of Mst. C. Foster. N ie ,
ifty cns per acre, viz: nt UDOLPIIO WOLFE, that This Colpany lures Buildingze.-The two Acres Land 12 mile swamp known as lppal Jt .'lu".
T.ownh4 off1to bar. /it s 1 4 ..aot of rfig- o. mbottle2orpure anmxd French Brs ady, a i ips, and their t t os ri g thCargoes, in Po irt,1 house- e1, 1 1 rpriz are tid w i I knoi n 0 Shell b o ter eher i a e .











pa d ... J. Moor & Co. a eek- ladoi- For ex- plication to the Judge of Probate of Put-
Tow ships I, 2, 3, 4 Nov. 19 v n ;ct t.o aple: if Ticket 1- daws the 5c0,O 1 AcrFs Layd, 1 1a P Ceek, formerlyo8tPrizes of 30 prxiatng tIRGIfor a final settlement anIL for my













Siuth of the base lti aued ast f the prit- .Y virti e of an Exeution issue out of the I I rop taidi as e da tickets numbered 548, 54y, ale, and ', 552, wl ech mnday in Decembe next. st. o Administrator.
Townships 2, d, 4, 1, Circuit Cour or t8, 14, andr e counties of Vof ureonitiusoiand .I Of a ripti of ardent JOS. be entitled to AKER,0, and so in according to the tlie above a I postpo d until tdhe first tAugust 18, 1859. Sw
1. , revasrd inri the Brandtery, Circu.it of Florida beeand o JO DINE, Viceove cPresidee. Moiudarly in Januiary u eti-.t.-"-- "
Townships 1, 2, and 3, of ranges 23 and 20 14, of t.. .. -ri .. i -.. .. .. .se il;iae i B. I hel al-i ... 1 ... ... r : i "NOTICE. .
Langed -i law rurne d their attentse of ioi" 'to, ad* * wie, of avel- TAK N up and committed to jail Cert crtes of a iages be Monday .. . . . . .. PPLICATION will be ade ...1, ... .
Townschool s, 1, 11 -, and **I13 i .i ., levied i.upon and ll .. . i '. . been, O 1 unyasarnaway sold a t the following rate wh....... is 66 e r, sk: i1 I' the Circuiit Court o Judge of .. .-
with the "sw l ic p and ewo. p i sd l I *i .. -ti each Breverd county ] i.. i . -.. I tI i 'I e O s MAN Cdr. ol ..-. i.. 'd,. .1 Johnsr county, oo rae.. at i. is ,,.,, t
rang e 17IsN.Ce'41,,.'cr.,,I.1 ..... ,,I,..-.. =.,e.. I.-iAad,,andhaveAu sI'aTiy.e abovo nsstlity eoe byacon. .ie 5- Il-',-,I, -A

























be ecuded fro2,3, the sales. oofrange f Apr iml 185, at the usuel.hour of sale the fol- . ... t sy of ge, i Tl '1 .11 St. AuL . : estate ot1,, )i. l.. i. t.., .s .. ..4.o ,.y f
The tracts alonI the .lines of the railroads lowing described land, ato wit:-An undivided 2 A ..... . 5 feet i .. 10 Quarter *.* -'13 profitable investment.
will be sold, subje to the right of way, grant- interest of ve Thousand three Hundred 10 l, d to J. MILu.t pay-
ed by act of 4th August, 1852, for said railroad Thirty-three Acres, being the third part of cer- lc1 . ...., . '..i. Heis clothedin IN 01DERING TICKETS .i i. 1. j., yc i t s v.2 lUN 18 .9 9*ts'
and the particular tracts cut by the routes will lain grant of land containing 16,000 acres more blue homespun i ..i..1 .i-..l...- I i. I ,...i Enclose it he money to our address for tickets
*., ', ', -. ..t lato, wjitho ueduc- Ailes 00 rhe l8tt day of Itchy 1313 and dintlri lce estate ofAbrateac Bessent, deesed, cdof I ru- eo by hits itePu chtaserrllslaae reach htv 5 HARLOTTE STREET. hV SbIs.
* Tione offering of tho above lands will be coi- het aoei t.he o hs poalpoted until the 1st horwal, pay expenss and taket im wtc cey. Thu hli ofawn rciuc ehmrs aed puies0 will be of this Arie w litv 'ni St JJonsM coihnlya sines Ap ly Otho s woApky il,
Town shced ipsn h2, 3, d4,ays and9,onted angesd will pro i Monday in My. l 1 RO o, sent Oo purcha'ersl iuttediaiely after the das dra- st sle id ssrtieti of fall l ud itrdv i .ll \ CAN
eed in order in which ley rIe uadurrised u il h The above .sale ia o postponed u entil the first Sherif St. Johns CouYtly. ag. goods at very low prices for tcash or city aIt hb. 2I .
the wlole sihall have been offered, and the sales Monday in June. May 28. h ur sere- i I heir ig- cptaces -t sixty nod nicely days credit wit .
hons i closed bu no sal shall e kept opef kn own, heabove sauntil unprincipl ed beosto until to make ir Nov. 12 stNELSO natureplinand auten ted county, approved endorsers. Orders from mypr bed<... by
longer 21 an woeek, ad c.private madenry of in July compounds ad sell iase purel at the ew Store uder th OF LOT. RY ie ccomaie with te cah .
any of the above lands will b4, 5, ad 7, of until The above sale is postponed until the irst at e e i ..-1 i drawn promptly attended to with great care and atten- Agood Cook, Washer and l eri For-
2-9...o.enbydIIirt,..i.3yftirrangenoh 24.--',-e-StagetRoute,tWithgtive.. .b.oilcticketsprin DY virtue of s..dry exe tutions issued out a 1 at s fice .





























after d fie expiration of the twoweeks. Monday in August. soic L..ge opiied by Hil i you ..o ti | 1.tub ... -pla-ed .. . heel. ion to give enast ire tisfacto n Flo the purchaser. A- prlesd -y- t t oce
Given under .y hand, ..t the city of Wash- Tli above sale is po1.poned until the first 17ant obeDp and crime articles in the Gro- P,1 l l.- nidimme My country friends may rely upon it if they
ngof February next,his forfteenthday of No vember, anno Monday in September next. i, es the send me orders for dry goods tho t tey will be JOSEPH V. ERANE
Domini one thousand eight hundred and. fifty- tIhe above sales postponed until the Cfsi ery Li ie and other littleNic nacks. .. .... I i ., pu( fup swith great care and attention
n ine. tMonday in October' nxt. _. .,,.,', ,r 1 o. ,, .' ,,, a i" wuire soatisfaction to the purch ofaser I..* i.
By ehe President: JAMES BUCHANAN. I The chove sale is postponed until the first INDIAN CORN .1n, 1 i i i .. i purchased al his house over twenty dollars MERCHANT TAILOR.
. tion S.withn, Ci ndeioner of the General Monday In November olne dit e. nit s t m e .- -1 will be allowed a live per cent. off, for cash.- l.D r o i fI- e S
which remain to. the United Stathe above sae is postwithinsixpond until th first AgoodimitationitbecomeIN Corn Stareach, Lemth drink t, Graham A list oPrithe nuis draw fmr tat e draen .. .. ve her ..t f a fe of my l e as- D re pctlly tr Ie s e
NOTICE TO PE-ENIPTION CLAIds IfoN St. inliocent tey sn er next. I ousar eofor s, Sag, ouporace.a, Map roni, Ycasd from she hm e l, oct1 theucuinetfItce prie tot srttIent at goods. 'L peaid t oed ou te ecEtate ofsa ...t I















EveryOpc n oUf ttldtomIte righ1AT ofpe- The aboye sale is postponed until the first Powders, lsops, Soda, Cream cTarter, ach one is entitled to, ewill bh e plarlrzd ulcer to.. p ' s alhe, ared to execyus a a -l tc t, u i s
John'svery peratJackso nvil en le tothe warighters of p remonday n January next. Juan. 2. B.s E. C.aRRo. nvery urawigneting in the Satvanue h Daily News. o s line, which they may for > wit. haKS,
emption to any of the lands within the iwn-. The above sale is postponed until the rt Feb. 12 conistig a French broad Cloth, he kin Cas- on and. andt is always suIplyiitg lincitself wilSt,
uhips abova enumoceted is recurdtic et tab- Monday in February peat pr li llu l--l--_AIH OPo Co t, et ad J t 1 t n d in STo1k
scamd ecbay, aive or near Pe land office, and Ma. Sheriff Brevard Candybottounty. i ,n Herrieg, indfgh, H AETON anchovy Sardines, LIVES, Ca er, Picklec, assorted C'iatsups, ,o, Fancy Cassimers, estingi,
from Amelia island, o e i At ti, to the "Wol'sy G; e kets, Negro e ,se Cognac ll erandy."s e cuted in the et styl 5 work-
poinwaters of Tampa bay, With a branch to Cedar daily receiving orders in the druggists and SVANNAHStamers. the Prize being plofd against thNbe Aee ubi ios td Lot inPiata street, b ndedi us n
















cale of lands embracing ihe tracts claimed; TUST discharged from Sch. .idratic from New IRON WAREt. mic. Gelothine. B. N. CAsilt. MAerino under Shirts, Fancy Cloakb, p.ourninu r
otherwise uch claim will be forfeited Yorkf Choice a fosheen ltler, Provisions RON Pots, Kettles, kbe drons, Spiders' tuic'i. 1,g_ Delains, firts Merino half hose, Freich and i APPJI.S, ONIONS., 1 OTAftOES',
y r acr, v. SMITH, Commissioner Applez, Potaloc, Onions, WuckOLeot, aBsorcd Skillets. Griddl es Wafle i. urt Mill, OLLINS Axs, Spades, Shovels, ornt ills, Englil C.oAc rics, ed and White FPannels. C O ,. Atlentic-Choice i nl;etable, fruits he.
of Iht Geual Lanod fice. l Crackero. B. E. CAC-. |FrnI Pans. Sa-ooth Irou- *... ......- &.. '1 Gruhbing Hoec, Curry Combs tc. J nT. .:.I.. *if) oprid Fruits oyc. 's. I. CA1t.-
27, 10. Dec.1I7 I FrFSALE. t le 'E. -f llt. -i i CAR to 200 Ns' are. tCiy Saw.




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