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 31, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00186
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EQUALITY IN THE UNION AND NOTHING LESS.


VL II. ST. AUGUSTINE. ST. .IOHN'S COUNTY, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 11 00. NO.

o 'luUtists .\NE MI10'll.LWis \'1511'- Excursion to Mount Vernon. edeverbyin ...sial.ne, and ..round Origin of the Words Blanker, The WhitwortaGun.
ING NEW v.silli. y1, ,8,.5ul th.:blunt Yesman.\.---win. then, busn the< ertain.u..J Lang. of r:12- Worsted.. &c. Thell't.aburthgun, if we eun cred
THE ITTERHTIOUL HOTEL, ti..o, n ...n on, .1 by a ce.nsi.3 note na... gion, use,-::tim. .ir 1:ol am ou..a s.. quie mana..I lii., in 1. 7. re, .ac.1 countt of la performance given is 0

I ISHED E Y SATURDAY 36's & 3GS HROADWAY, ber of .....Itaurs n.I nied..ers..f the House, poleun .-I...eps. I....n..I-.-.1 in Je.,th 1...-,,.....1 cil his ks...sun of Sc..11.anel, uuJ ramsped the- E gl.sh papers, has got the greatest age
and by th.= Marn.e Bald, visned the rumb bunan colops.:-r.,,,, in the 110ts-1 J.., f r.12. Lou.ury with pen, fury, burning Aber- and accuracy of any yela intouted- k late
Corner of Franklin Street, ,..f \\as!.is.p...u on \\'ednesday afternuun.- liJ.:-, curruu:njud by a hundred 1;.anuarj deeu and m..ny similar lan-,"... the his- London paper.-says: 1

IIgilSillie, to 0111 SCO.JIll., New Yoitic. .0ai the return the company psembled on emblemsI hasietories .and bi gensus.. .ian tells us; and w..ile he wA engaged On-thelothoFebruary go the-
/ Dr the boat and lincuud rushalt speeebus born But 1. p.iss thew re ai.siacences by. 15e in r..is.ug an .,rm, to savade France in ut-Soutlapoit, M'r. Whicwur h of Man
MA TT HI AS R ANDREU J. ZAY LOR PROPRTETOR. 1100. .Elkit 8. Martin old, Virgag3, nug have d (U'HL WL II [FUSt., 0 at 10 ft[Ufe, -eletti Of E, red- 110 Old{ 1,00 0- 10f an DOWd i 8 ICS Of e au




there u.: rwo hund are 11 annu-le-d arol public all nor clublely lues the .aud thin s it 1 /either, tr t nor in untrue aging. qI I sh e unu whi nu. e hin puuncleV, thi-ow ng a shot weighing ninely
IN 4DE.INCE-. well raila .) n1 ing ...nducted n th. themiu couttiued. Loud calls being in.,Jo tha at man was 0.0 bl:ule ut purs.>uslu, puuade I.,reouse weeks Jilr. Waitworth
no, The muera-a arke stu P 1. ugr a / m."ye n 11 for Mr. Cox of Obia, he mis couipelled t., wom:1u is the jewel 10 its blit. [Applause.] u <.r re 1.. lius becu ongaged in bringing to perfeeria n
c., ,mm .u: is,, np. ... .3 ....1 .mrn- no r.c an conse forward, after cousiderable heritation, she humani ever wal s....:..:- th at 5wel sh;,,. vazious docuils so the unuufacture of the
one ..Is /1, a : In tr' when bc .'lake as fulbws: wkless.s tin-w is :sl ur ..pl...staul and .t w i.. u . ri 0 :. .. ge.ls; and, Lating concluded the prelimina.
an..,-,:or 4,.,nas i.eernqu, an .uin>-1 ...,, ,,,.g 4,,,. on ..I .unas;....ela- of .11a. e-to [-.: eats sub..-equest is til ited to the the House are fuels, as to afford the greatest LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: 1 80 DOt il)' bus Lills USSU0iation of An orican out, swordsolasned with sword and battle .sa y.3,entlemeu were Assembled by special
-Ye-s ly a.se-truels ** comforttoguests. axesrung spotsthecoatsa mailofLaewar- .
go .,,a,-.,ata n... .La contracts shall be 2t" THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL is con- know us to the propriety of my addressing women been formed? For the prii'pose of lovitation to witness the result, which es.
y the cause of slu. rior heroesofFraneo, there wasaaervant -
wruin misung aenuin 4 adven;sunest nected with you under these circumstances, whou there purchasing, preserving, reclaiming and pro- tallished the fact that the Whitworth gun

.u -in <"cf,1st, (.!0/ ithgtSo ITissiness shot TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED SALOONS, areas many here who could cutertain you tecting that spot which we have just left, of artakind making a unise in. Bristol is, if not superior to the inventiUn of Sir
a -ed septur.uely .std also any exce = ul Accommodating over one thousand persons, in so much better. sosacred in our historic annals and in the which was oi' infinitely groiter service to Win. Aru trong, up lunacits equal in des,
tau-.sser th-*.un.aum contracted for. which visitors can hav their meals, or, if they full a Ghan t .e ...br.: conquesh of Eu- 4
A:I als..vre acts.. n..a marked whis the num- desire, t.hey will be served in their own apart- Judge Intrraboo. It is no question of nation's inemory. It is b eause the man e w J h;vc 1 true ve capabilily.-'Sir:John, Burgoyne,
ber or ,-...:moss rs..p..red, will be conditued tuents. The fare served in the Saloons ad propriety; icisis question of duty. [Laugh- who there lies buried was not the more roy we... the inspector Guneral of Fortific-,tiuns, and
r:.. a -s 1-':::,, i s.!,i:-,,. I re charged for all an- <4 1 is a krww4cdy ti in I ci .to be su- ter. hero of the novel; not the incre here of to- This wis lin.:mn Dianket. 'The noise several ru6mbers of his per-onal staff, were.
is acan as at caudinates for unice, in ad- Mar. 3. Ital 31r. -Cox-resuming. Allow me, then, day; not the mere soldier who achieved ^e int.de w is .lp: shqt of the clashly present. The three pounder, at au ofer&
rs 1,-> a 11vorthouterns payable quarterly; .simply to say this-with all simplicity..... with his sword his own fortune not your sword, but id th eb.4 ine shuttle. His tion of36 de ees, thre ashot9 680 yar
.. .w ,,na even as and transient TOL DI IIO USki that. I have journeyed to-day, for the first Suitan 31.ib.mnd, or Ea.peror Napoleon, pu''pose wi-s (20t to destroy what his coun- and the aid and twelve pounders greatly
e 4 mid:3 for knothers willue TOCOJ on the st. Johns time, to the tomb of blount Verson. I syho with bloudy ambi:ion created an E.u- try already possessed, but to give his couq e4ppided this distance.
we <.36 re. r sit anonu s, - Slo 00 .ac 3. river East Fi.wide is now 0?<- an ashamed a way that this is any first visit pire on the Eugabwas or a dversty 0.2 the Legal or as n jj o 1inistra- 10 00 on a uB de .e to our Nation's Illecoa. It is somewhey Seme. The carest of these iterous of the a s<:.:1. g of own art tigo to bed with, to an elevation of 5 de rees, it was dbserved
Pimeanon . - 5 00 built ana n ly furnie! ed It is on the ED ch.u.acteriall: of a Atugican, when he battle-field is equadk:10a rd-r moon ju. p anace, that n an ht.ba Edi-eshed in, that the shot first struck, the ground at

joil> j 0.100 -k? 00 si of tl st obsol enters upon his travels, that he gas every- rising above the Putonme. L"?!da-0 ] coz sound sh p, and et e i: he0th and Mrength seen- no a rdinat jti i
tr or -* . - 10 00 (now being constructed) coupon ing this lu int where elso ill 0110 world except to those i..m wu.< the brig it . :3 or t to its a v R <,. n ing mankind.nap- struck againthe 6,000 yards. The neeurat
bilL c Jul 0 in ing, must be paid with St. August.ne. A iine of stores will n ve spots which are most near and dear, most now J.) sun, which shines, wi h no bu :s i pier itself. Thomas ejr of the gun was marvellous, and the ex.
.- 'na -j utsch e ry thu7s a "ifTucci al .1 beautiful and sublime, in his..wd land. eelight, as unaurode e:,aud too no u idesk a nuitated by his neigh zpernoontrivere prailounced to be astonish.

ats at Caps. "'ip tss 2 o 11pi H please apply to As my friend Mr. Cochrane. was speak- Geos ed b sett allo 0 1 b II - r ek itT b. ev.7tTat th 'g ty
J. wn a us:, Town 11 sug I recalled to my memory the fact flini e can ea ressed at t 1-> a pounder will thrown a 90 pound projectile,
F ASHIO SA EO UT. Dec. 10 1859- n pe.yease ago I sailed down another stream is so canonized in our he. us, a de. The e h was cal-;using only 12 poundsof b\vder, from 8,000
N Ye MACHIN Y DEPST, -- the Bosphorus-to see the great capitfal language of that poetry, which n 1.3 tlus day through to 10.000 yards, with alair degree of so.
222 Peart- t., Xew York. the Orient, win. 9 visite he tomly of te isltheni rghtest in: or Ist is na b our .1Yhitworth guts is rifled of course,
w me k M IL BAN K & AN NAN po Eda minuoud, do the r been spoken oras 11, -ilfu J.. is weaver th e \vks the first to in- a >as at p br 1. 1: 1 o: .1 ust ka v (Suceessorsto A L. ACliBigi. ,) that magnmeant city of the Turk. 1 wel Pleidd in our \*0** lean u; duce t tu.v.u .s late i.ata.Eng- .d.111&
rn 1^** TE.'..'.f E:kil:C'.S AND EQH E11? race .br rina Lefore I was purgitted togo One of our poets has aug me n =0. ya cap, I ke he cup of a telesedpe, wrtrien
/.. M1 .. n r SEATHER AND RUBEER BELTING within the hallowed preeinet of that tomb, lost star, as 01e requiem of the dep read No 10th of any kind h::d beel woven in convi h e, teha afitsrb6 runs ew
or c iner clusb antv* 31A.1U2'ACTUREltSANDUCAbrRRIN IIION AND WOOD dressed as it was in the rich eashamere Great and Good; aiid his noble words EqLu:J hefore the reig:s of Edwa.ed Ill. ed it is not taken off, but swings aside like
ak Boneerilsem ver reg3 rs shawls of t -0 East and buiet of the pearls might well have been see to the sad d rge. vVe read that in 1331, John Kampt, frog a door. The projectile, which is a metal
T ni enj @rty 01 ever worn \VORKING MACHINERY, of the Orient, I was compelled by the vigi. like music which ous Band here has just "'s. introduced the weafing of clotK' bolt uncoated, but made by machinery so
to : v down to that.or he man who x::" Jant jauiz:iry to unsandal my feet before I played at his to.ub: nto Enghan!, thht the king invited fullers. as to fit the bore of the cannon, is put as
ways plin his ha. So bu@ MANUF.'.CT CE '/ LE' LE < 0 co= 11 pay tivit he ange to the hero of "lvail for the the glorious Pl at fled '. &>., to come.frqua Flauders and settle p sleTze eer at oor isqi n
oct 1 on Alabomedanisin. But I was reminded by wail for the ne'er returning nar, there. This policy on the p trt of Edward screwed up. The bore of the canister is
Wh I led a '
1 KEROSENE 01L the seeve at Washington's totuL to-day that ose mig ny music ever was discreet, and viewe in connection with. ineseu J to correspond with tige touchhole,
in America wu do not walk around thus The spheres in their high homes attr! some other of his actions, prove him to have .Which is in the Bentre of the.cap, pud after
Fros Bring burial woods and suble plume: firing the canister is removed, leaving the
.Al T!N d' LO., A G'ENCY deful shrine of protriotism with unsandalled what! me theruneceal song of woo, land some perception of the real sources of gun clean. The gun itself is east solid
Genuine Art de. foot; nor is it guarded free profane touch such as should o'er the loved one's towa national well-being. But he no sooner al- and bored, the larger ones being strew -
Oct 22 U. E. CARR. and time's decoging f2nger by the patiotic In earrow's tendefest accents flow ? lowed the cloth manufacture to be implanted thened by wrought iron boops forced on be
roquit,
MEAL, BUCK T "I'ILE JONES LAMP," hero worship of this laud! [Cheers.] Ah! FREEtlO.11'8.. Isab 14 oil .:.us. qNU! in England, than he ablest rooted it up bydrauhe pressure < a
d And when I compare thogovernment whids strike! Strike! wi ha triumphant hand again by restrictive enactments and oppres-
SUTTER, ,CHEESE, Us at re 1 e pr es Washingtop ostablished and-the civilizatio., Thy harp, and at its swelling, roll give taxes to carry on the war. The manu- Th6 18(1168 OfATROriCRH Oitigg,

by in which he lived'add worked with that T1xTell through the borders of our land' facture of the twisted double thread of w'ol- "Burleigh," the correspondent of the Bos-
]sEEF, TARBELL&-WYMAN emainthe enurya thatseats ton Journal, Writing from Philadelphis,
PORK, government and civilization on the fu 1Yhosegeniuswasourguardianlight le:4,ualled \'vested, was introduced irao areh7,says:.

rgents, 37 Ocutral street, Boston Bosphorus, which the great Softon served Through sunny ray and darkl ag night England about this thus, or soon after. In no one Ehing do Boston Ne# York,
TRIPE, (Successors to E. F. Jones & Co.) out with his bloody sainsitar, have we not A worshipped Pharos in the sea, The village of Worsted, about fifteen Philadelphia and Baldinore so much disa.
CATSUP, gi s 2r i ts a 10 b 0 1 RBd,' reason to be ashamed at the ignoble man- 'ifting on high its fearless form* miles from Norwich, was the first place gree usin the appearance of the ladies as
SUGAB, TEAS, other "tier sene" or Coal Oil Burner na.nufac- ner with which the Abierienn. trents his a guide the vessel of the free ,, where this thread was made, and it took the they walk out on the daily promenade.
COFFEE, tured. Sun Nov. 12 Safe us rough the fury'of th& storm! iJositon and Philadelphia are somewhat
departed hero, compared to the noble trs- The s]>eaker retired amidst inuouse ap- nameof the vilhige There are nospied"R able. The di-esses of the ladies are rick
FRUTTS. NOTICE. bute which the Moslem pays to his Depart- 1 or woullen inanufactures at worsted now, but notabobvy. IR Philadelphia the staid
CONFECTIONERIES' OLDIERS, Teamsters, Sailors, (or their ed Great ? [Applause.] 1 now see be- p ause. but from the tombs in the graveyard, and Quakey look abounds. The ladies are in-
TOBACCO' BEGAES, a or he chi eni)u list"' j fore me the gentleman to whose courtesy 1 HAT JS AN Oa. PIPE 1 els where, prior to JIards, Sd, 1835, or their chil- was indebted, while in, Constantinople, for a ublican school fledgellugs, who just free are recorded in the church, we have proofs leave a pale, sallaby liooktl(a if rats in the
soAP, POTASH, en w -ere ruler we t ,al) 1 these facilities of observation. I refer to }roan their mothers laps, read the written that the manufacturersof Worsted were un- d soa aprett wor na the -
soDA' itesic.m warwilldo weittoaddressus.,claims Mr.Dainese, then Ututed States consul at addressof Mr. 80ward, met not compare inerous, opulout' and lived there a succes- walk of Obestnut scieet is a rare sight. ,
fAILS, thu : been rejected in the hands of other* that city. He will remember that we pas- and confound that with the eloquence of a siva generations, during secocal 'celausi..s, But Babbiole is flooded with be nuful
(ROOMS, g t ISay > ucces ulydob 1 IRi sed many regrets that the Amerionia peo- Clay, or Webster, or McDuffie, or Fisher It may also be noticed here, that after women. It may liedrabbsolimate-it may
ILUID, ('AMPHINE, 11 w rran ougl an s)olda[o 3, ple were so careless of the tombs of their Amos, or Patrick Hen*y-tor, if:they do, inquiring into the history of the parish and a b td b hebd
CANDLES, ington, attended to. H. ILOYU & CO., at- great menas to let them rot in decay, even they will couround well.wna..o rhetoric manufactures of Worsted, we visited 4,in- of Baltinwre drift along Baltimore street

DATES,- JELLIES, torneysfuC 18,1 cus usa Land4-c. whentheyweroso fortunate asto know witypontaneoushearttouchingeloquence, scywhichgave the name to the flibric indrovesolibeautywhileth..doeidedshowy
FIGS* Dec.31. Lt. the burial spots ot their heroes; while even and sustart badl\ do the myage of life. knowd as linsey-wolsey, and the KGrSey andoftengaudyCO10f8WorBattrnClattODtiot;
D 4 E S the Heathen and the Turk cared so reli- Mr. Seward writes w..:1 and is an ac- and the Mere close to itin Suffolk, where and this is notin onour two instances, but
Jan. T. f'RESII GROCE1UES, giously for theirs! [Loud appeasee] complished rhetorican-as was Isocrates the workshops were situated, in which the dj a da yi z 11 batch
UST received per Sel;r. salary Louisa direct All over the world examples may be distinguished from. Demosthenes; but he is cloth called kerseymore wis first made. numbers.
HAVANA I 'tsid:.ME::-n Flour, W. Whe found which are lessons tous in this regard only a rhetorician-athing more, nothing But the ladies of New York are heaters.
12 Bbis. Extra Pilot 13read, ; 'Could you go to Naples, you will find be higher, nothing better. Rhetoric-written se* Miss Stebb as. an American artist genectis. The crowd that floats along
18 do. bsh Potatoes' yond the Grotto of Posillippo, where rhetoric-is his forte, not cloquence.-N, now in Par's. is p:.anounced by the Park Broadway is un.neuse; us no two look
a
do. Soda Crackers, I the soft waves of that delightful by make E Express. sians and other who have vi ited her studio; alike-no two dress alike.- Tne (teb, tbo
da. sugar poor, the belle, tho domestic, the native, the
do. Dune their music on the shore,-the to ub at the a genius of no common order. She mo- forei n. the elegant, the homely-allmingle
RO GERO ide. "o n w as s sensor, see, view. eco non, ever, a dols and handles the Bis I with the case and lend the picture, so that one only
NE SCORNER ) 14 C-es t do an 00 <,sy, cliuse go thither to p. y their homage at coPAL Cuuacu.-T so Newark A icertiser and E. 0 of an accomphshed sculptor.- sees a vast, mass of moving.el:eatures, having
6 Bbis. Stuart's as asked and revoke his tonib, althungh two t.;ousad years have says that at the New Jersey Conference of She has just complete 1 a pair of statuattes, no distinct ford or character. la dress
-y leadly Brandof the day sugar, gone by since his epic was given to the the Method.st Episequl 4.. a n, nuw in twent ht ina.ws hi 5, for Mr. Heck- the New York ladies overload theinselves,
to 1 Boxes Starch, 4.4 and the ornaments seem outubrous and not
r course ves Coffee, CandlesandCandies, world. His tolub is yet the mausoleum of session in exu, to t lat, State, important wher- A'rm Y Iv ich are attracting elegant. If the wear lumes the loah
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chancer in the overninctit of the Unu:eb i P J


c t It
onlus. is respected, protected, an
d will be discussed: It is urged and as p e- muc
h at tendon. He one ie a minor :-.nd theinselves down like an ostriab. If they
0ODS. JUST RECE1YED honored. Someof youhaveseen obe monu- sent the power of the usin:stry is too:. bi. the other a an a ide-s being to chague- puton furs, they pile them .up till.they
be old stand of Du- Y SchoonerstromCharleston, and nod b tuents which Scotland has roared to her trary, and it is now desiral to inc:-olan a tor so tw a of th dearial put-salts e liktet e Ir ta
ary Lane announces charging. gi'kd men. Some of you have visited the lay elementinto both the Anna0 and 0 0 M the Unit..J ea is specially their la b.:nds manulbotured the arcelo,
she two p ut a ime ortment of Swing and Corn, Choice Family Flour, Civace [=:ol y grab of W:dter Saints at Dryburgh Ab- erO Conferences; to modify the pow ra.uarkabb ab.0 access t.xat they -1, edful for them to becoine.s
Summer Goods whened .pee:nllyinsecordayce Bacter, Choice Family IIntus, Rice, Fatanc .. ..1,.; elders; to prob;ug the -anon -0 8001 was ne
with the good taste of this market and is will Cheese, Lard 11erring .11ackerel&c., bey. and have not only admired its beauty miniserial service in the smoo Chur::B LL. are in an -re a n ,. kind of despacy 3 and frons which it is to be displayed.-
be offered for es. .gs.very low prices. Th*as- Mar. 3. B. E. CARR. and its repose, but have admired tbo vigh too same pastor, and intmance..tner innov'.. es:::ar..-\ y 2,.-0 r wrder the lu pr.>s. The..:no is seen in the dwellings, where
* tooMshh he un at da3 laut care with which it is guarded.aud pro tions which are regarded b the movers si., a th; \.1 is 0-t a the i le !!,:ation, ami us ex oe a seen a < stanada d
. see. IRON WARE. tooted, thereof as reforms. These propositions are consequpidy to an e ul:. ..au art. 03 tasto adapted.-ThwNew Yoral.alescould
AISO (RON Pots, Kettles, Ba! Skillets, Griddles, Waffle Irons, Corn Mills, liba you will find there the tombs of the and their consideration will add much to fullof the sentiment and poetry of minor do them, front the ladies of ntonokBalth
yta a dy Ove*Wies, F ah and da r I 4. Ir ans, Smeeth Irons, Gri lir a & g. Apostles Peter and Paul. They are guard- the interest of the session* and sailor,1ife.-L.fe Blustraded, more.









Sunday Evening Laist. Literary Notices. < Foreign NeWS. velvets rustled and glistened in the rays of a that hey are eng:e e ulying diRV-a
Evesy one wishes tosoe overy best thing Cassell's illush*ared jhmily Bible-We NEW YORK, Mtirell 27.-The Savoy the sun, as they came upollowed and many- the iran day and night.
of irakind in this little world in which we have recelyed the list numberof this voty postion is (to prousigent topic of discps- colored through the pgges of stained gInks: Col. Robert. Broggi dittinguished
.0, with hisor her own eyes;.it was to beautiful and valuable eqpy of the Holy sion. Sardigia hyl gonsented to allow All was usagniflekpy At the extremity philell of Florida, who was once arepre-
r**ury out thru to y independent principle, Scriptures. It isto be iguedin forty eight the iphabitants of phadwpyince to yote on of the calle was a gragg tent or canopy of gentati n in our State L*gi Laure, dibd ne-.ar
that we moved our Editorial person to. numbers semi-monthly, at .the very low thesubject. red velvet, rundo to repyesent the tent of a his re idence in Columbia county,:[Te-w
nards the Cathal Church of this City on pricoof fifteen cents a qqmber. Tbo gen- Lord John Russell stated that Austria Roman Emperor. It' r;$ grand, and it day e'
Squday evenin determined to hear eral style stad executioq of ihe work, to and Progsia, concurryd in thp yjews qf Eng- th.- -.,:up sppti:gle Inside these hang- 1 earn from .the Florida Peninsular
STINE, PLORID.1' all that was to b ard, and see all that judge from this spectinen are czoollant, land. Russ's had not reple iggy of vylvet stood tip dirone, or ritised its S :7, ,,,.efadjoicrtidd its ve*. f

TI RDAY. MAR. BI, 1800. was to be seen. e were got;tlone if oxy There are in it no less than thirty two flue- It is reported that alace Sardinia ejected seat, to be occuplod by the Emperor, whilo .<.ns in la pl go n .110ndairy idst. Ti e '
--- -- resolve; nearly a0 the inhabitants of St. ly executed engravings, illustrative of the Napoleon's progratingo for thesettlenient of 09 t1fs steps that descpoded, to the flagr Jusl a le( :M ri so. on the .Manner f
us Ikar ER., ol" Pnist!-a, Fla., a Augustine followed our eyniple, or we difforont scenes of Holy writ, such as thd the Italian queptiop, Frelyll troops luid re- were placed seats for the grand dignitaries To el. y. 0 gl. r s! .-nity,;n hour and
orized to act as Mr.e: Or it.e -- Sr. the rs, such being the ease, aye need not death of Abel, the first artful fruit of the ceivedprders to14e ready (q march at first of the ornaire. On thy right side of the uelpidlyout of 1,t, the 1..11, unde a favor-
n.Ex.xasure, and will recau. ni trouble our readers with a mingto descrip. fall; the outrance o the ark; the deluge; notice. thrope was place) a tabun.3 for the Ern- ahlo and haiti q; r piessiori in this com.
e collections, and receipt. fo. the tion of e affopting gg$omanies there peP. the confusion of tongues; many of them The evacuattipp of Lambaycly by the press and the up..ub:-a s us' the Imperht mggity.

f..,rased. The Tuuna Ladies uf St. Mar 's occupy a whole page; rather illiterate Fren h troops qqd retgry to rance, is family. A son for Prin.:.: Napoles.u was . -----
he projecdings of the Demot.-. atic ce.uvent (the u:une w.- have <..ou on the ori..-rual custernesobjects.,fnaturalhistory, threatened. placeday the side of the EmpdoV' s chair. . [cont..\ e.u ] e. -:
vehiiji of St. John's County, war Conven gate) formed a re.Jly I.esoti.ul dousestie ut.:nsilk &.-., ,'ie., and are of The Savoy q.v..c.sidE is dircu sed is Par- prince Jervice was ng present he is yet Review of a controversy.held at St.
receife'd itutil Friday, nearly I'.' procession to theChurch; in front anoverb -Ic-..< -truce in as4istrug the reader to un- liament. L.,rd J..hn Timer-ll:aid En*2hsud too1<-, ble to go out. ATAJustino between aCalhobo-and a
Oblock; when a were giting ready- to splendid banner,1n which die vir.vin w:,.. .Icystau.It'se so..rediscit. We.10hra that had always been in-rit.rn.annesation. Atoodo'clo.-k thq Empress diatered th<* P'otestant; on Ecoletiastical Stc i.- 4
o press, wh A ufyPo wn-s too late fo( c.racefull wrought; after tibe banner come. the work has h sJ so 1 issue. Ti ey will appabp oext we4k th.0, ifir 9 of the ,Lbstitution padiate. oiAgin En,@ .1, where it was first brogght anny of 9 rd u:.t L.vi b ord'eled to be l'Laperatrin*" greeted her Maje.ny'A A 4 rajed the number 01 Protesta in
ly y.,the jitdug9 & Effdres. ap,:.s torequee editheas of two hundred (fife...l on a pay footin by tip 1st if, nee.... A.f:ty ppoems anorqzeggiges the Woric\. .
t -- .. ed3 Mik Site dlRRd.copieq 10. "f g recoininearl prilf wor, proceds .hid OH:.\ crT.una to will the fp ho
;n file Coundinann a ce. 71 '18 ens:irclell the 'outhful bro'si-s, while big it to 11 read'ers of God' abd, kilhi,"iff '80% nl san no lied four4hli and-t Itee estahisals
wati re the following figures respee ing the white veils towin in full leapth i...ld.-= co this christi.ua nation are sys * Sardinia nee.'ris ann... a on to Turtay she An$eort-of Co-ut Gages,.glit.,terin ear 8 .
exports of our coiintly for the 8se t year overl the neck a .1 .shoulders. Oh.! it was From his.n, di kins, y, we have receir- must not d pcod u ..0 'the suppare of gars'tidfurnas, presse-d: nigng"in advance-of F.n:toryldswer to be chg
ending 'lst July. indeed heautiful to ice those children ou. ed useries of mathematical works by Pro- France. this cortege, and rangeJ thenisches behind him.
Exports (rotal) - - - -,- - S'86 000,000 to the chur.:h nrth dowatenet e el and fussor Ilobil..-on, formerly ip the" chqir of pu }he sides'of (be tfqque.. .The Emperor The Ca hole says, TI\b number of Pro
American prainee & Sper-..m-- --- j joinud hands, pa sing s it were hte .10--el nodern.nies in the 6. 8. Nay sind the Labst. having m...unted the steps :h.a led to 6 estants in ie world is Of o.)ary 5.at
Spe, tistrarq transier I -all beautifu} from nipr. (author of many.valuable treatises in this Accounta via Q e.:nst eg say, til:14 seat, turned aqd bowed to the brilliant is- ted. **;*-
I,,.,-,pg.1..... .... - - - 82 8 Setus' tal gaze. After they entefd thy chirrgh, depargoint sof science. The particular Sai*diDIR thsDyh:0d by 5 es:11 trepth ; perably that ausina-ly gazed_ at him. ,A 1st. Profes:ant Mia i>>ns, in Ford n
tht*value of American produce e: ported. kthe pupils of the Brotherg' Acajamy heade copies for which we are indebted 19 the eede Savoy aud^Nico toFrance; .loud, long and repeated burst of hearty C.:.unts;e.< ure barrea. 4 ce the Ch;
0: the above amount there were ex- ed by the banner of which 1 e had ones, .0 >ve usefitioned house are The Ente rsit! The War Conimenced---American cheering succeeded, did for; some tuinutek manof New Yusk, oneI 9 ch'iday Jo i 1

ported from time Free States exclusive as sion to speak la t week entered the -quare; 1/}<'era, (which we yet hope to see used Troops Crossed the Rio Grande. his Majesty could but b6w as the cheers nalfwhere you \fill liad all from all. -
lollows. all wore badges idicative of their different in the "Bar--acks," then converted into NEW OttLEAUS, March 17.-AObolfilts greW more quth Inule interise. But tall i= iers. 0 ON. tor r!
sherie - .-54, societies. By dint of elboy*Ing and sh..,al.1- .the 01tiversity of4'lo idigion Elementary from Browaville, of the 23d, ethto that two present were aware (bata discoursq.wns.to 2nd. .4merle:I, not I'annada nut of
Ice 2- - 2 51 ering ye managed to ..et :i pe:w,/no small Algebra, an Arithmetic, and a treatise on companies of Texas Rangers, under am- 14e pronounced by the isoverign whom they 20,00.0,010. chatued by Pi to runts; n .
Total freeSLAes .. -- . - $5,'28i,091 feat as pe old chur b as' es y lunch Astronomy The practiqtil e4peators of panies ofU. S. Cavalry, under Stectuaq, so loudly acclaisio4, and anxiety to kpow five in Ilions twel.>n*4 re. tl. been a rus-
m the' free and Slavey Stal.e4 as fol- erowder), we looked quitp comralact.utly our City would do \fell to give these books crossed the Rio Grande into siletico orpho what was to be gi,4;qoon caused a breathless estant sure thrt-tians; but only 11 osehd;
(n8t however without soluty pity, as the an examination. We are sure they must 16th instant, in search of Cortinas, who had silence to ensue. The Emperor :rose and are haftti.wd and, believe in :1ilso revel:.-
uctsofthe forest -r 512,000.7.7 milk of human kindness is not altogether win good opinions born those agecompeteqt returned to the froutior. Orir troops ay: read in clear an( inost distinct voice his tiog are chri-ti:Ins; now a suit .rs*:nbel of

Vegetablega ioulture (animals) -2 soured in us) on many who if wq might to judge on'such subjoe s as those who proud a the Mexican enoanspinent in the speech. At its conclusion, M. Fould, the the pretendel prot:--t-:Its nee 001 haptime.d
Manufactures &.e., - - 331.330,181 judge by the frequent movements of their have been so long in tl4o hurness as some night, drove in the pickets and took thirty Minister of State, 4.ILimitered to tl e ngy -:.s naday held :.> no christraq' er'er-J; us a
Total tree and slave states - 51,417,1.2 pedal extremities were got so well provid- of our St. Augustine teachpits have. prisoners, who claimed to belong to a large members the oath of oilice,.and thbn he leg of use From the Slave States exch sively, g ed for. Aft4r vespers the Rt. Rev. Bish- Sanders Ana'ysis of Englide words, body of Mexican National Guards, also in declared tho.sessio;1solumODeed; requesting hot know as it is as-c. -2.2.y to a 1..ng to the
cottou- - - - -8161,43-1,923 opadressedthechildrenwhothatmorn- frotuthe same house, is unuther 1..,uk soarehofCortinaj Th@nextmorning ,the deputies.to meet to-mbrrow.at one Chiarehurely .gtoLo-ordjija:ill less o
Tobacco - - - 21,074,088 ing had made their first commission, in the which every us.an or woman who wishes to large Mexican force appeared who e\aimed o'clock. This doneph.eir Majesticsrntired they how, wli.ggh,.y go to one chunch
emine and Rosin most feeling nianner; we heard that it was rise his mother tongue (if that touge'ie i the prisoners as their rear guard. amid the most vociferoris cheering, and the I near rn,}ojoeanoth..r. Anatt -r,:thic la
Pirelianatar - - 141,058 his fourth sermon during the day. The English)-withgrace upd azeuracy, shoxdd It was afterwards ascertained that these grand ceremony was ended. It took hours I ow uset n counting tin- jitch,1ul
Brow sugar 19P ere usi,:s were concluded by the rendwal make himself familiar withk Keep it .:.pen forces had.been watching the movemuts for the crowd ,to disperse, isnd as I now as t 0 etisto 0 tarch I, ner-es- .

Remp - .- 9 9 of the D,.ptismalvows. before yott on ytiar writitig-desk or reading of the Auierigans, that' Cortinas was with write l hear in theigdistance the trumpet delitiles wese alled thristi-use before slicy
Totals shareestates Sinao: 0 Tim puncess..op yearned to the convent table; and you will itat turn .oypi a. leif oy them aud had escaped at the first alarm.- notes of the Garde liopedule as they ce. werebap:i..co oud. prof<> Vd, 'lq believe i
sec.s rr LATION. 11 6.16 SRme Or(10)' ID Which'it hd taken it, or give it a glance this will not convey C)ur t.copsremain encamped on the Mexi turned from the p-ige:uit. fift. 11.0 prole-.u- us 16..0(-.- ftho ssu.T 1
Free Star.esesolu ively - 85,e 1 0 1 on setting out, wk had noty time to feast so:ne information to your mind, of a pre- can aide of the river, above Brownsville, de- see rion -a <-,wu n ,p, accused.s y
si en 18e cu ly 1 9 () or eyes sufficiently the way w as so short, eise and critical.charactor. .'the author determined to capture Cortions. -- Plol'Lits News. ach, .,tht:ws.se the-s- mm I, ,
.. we wish they would ortend their marcilk gives prettes, radical the J..lkicion of Major Holbelmaq has sent over a rein- TheOcala TI.ne- Courmuda says, that. n.r legia.n emur., of 4,,....,,, ,,,,so Undy
Total - -- - - 2 5,,03,496 latle on the next occasion., > 4 -- radieds, duritatives ad the c deEnitions forcedient of twoqumpatiles of artillery. Aarug fa n .En, 'r v.lo v.is nt 10.7 e.e d blued at chrs- .11.-ner, th> w.i- do. o
OS.,thilsostatement itudog re the qeg (agagunday) was civen to all at 'one siew. F examp e-Tin.; p., Threethousand Mexican Church tror? W Rheed in 10 at 0 -0,,, for to.. ni der.:hty 11in .use :.na one.ntumn d-,
"If any one will take the trouble sheqofing'.1,pdjesps.K.411y of Iteemadian,. tides. Evin'g prou ply. J(in d thi.any are exposed-onthe Rie*Gr-ande. -3-ightfs Oringsicanty,, quit ed 3214. -- thrt-itan
to analyze the articles embraced in the we saw them pus our othee in the morning im, 8, ask,, cone---wab the radical placate, 11 is prepare not 0..,,. Garcia had sunt- weary of e.:.nin.:n:erst and..p the-I inst..; earfibend .
mount of $84,417,498 belonging alike to with gladsome hearts and smiling faces which means '-to fold, -to lay t...auther, to Assaelican- in:u .11exicy. v r*, un.: iifamulundy left. Mr. E. J.' 3rd No separate sea ies w re pro ru
the labor of the free and slave States, he ori their way to a plc is in the suburbs of bind."' Prefix and ragoal forn implicate, The ElexiopnTize 8tesmerq. Ha ris, who fximishes the me ! fur the elcl tor d'lrquee. It i li
will fmd that at less one-thirdis as justly @*4 City. to fold in, or involve (qta what is driininal) NEw OitLEAN8t i"fartil 27.-160 prFij pnSODers 11ad.garried his dinner Taini, Should alley be on protests, t lists-
he products .of slavy labor., We have, eqdicate, to a fold or explaiii----stepplicate, : mid had locked the pduor d the cel? vilserer a *Ie RI Ga.=se a who bass% left
therefore; the fact than out of $278,892,080 Orpilit Court--- udge Putnam' which if art xchange for subplicate, to teamers affiramp4 and .ilfarquis, with the they were, when '.fu nd:-an U..*<'o a hard I elphilpsopher Jead J., nea ur
of exports of dottlestic industry a or $200,. The Gircuii court for St. John's county, fold or bead the knees under; hence, to op-of-war Preble, have all arrived, and struggle to get the key, which he Qually Ansiver; Citholies and th lump ha
0,000 of thiis sum is furnished by thbse Iris Honor, B. A. PursAx, presiding, pray, to beseech-Complicate to fold to- anchored opposite the city. obtained,3rfter showing a pistol not thyba nuitedweethertdprill d..wa prun-sm itu,
States knogn as slave State .*/ has been in session in this City a few days gather, or interweave-to make complex. w a *0120 pris Fiom the4e figures the immense pecuni- past. The dockop has been light, and no So the author takes suffixes and radi- sons. The prize steamers lying 60 prison- liorse was nearby, on whieli heis:idc his es- be proved@ autheatill aist Oblid dunn-
aryresources, yhigh br climate' and pro- itirportant eases have been tried. L. I. .cals and various sorts ofsyllabiocompongds> espe, before any one: could respond to Mr. ments.
ductions.g e the South, beconie apparent. FLE311No, Esq., State Solicitor for this analyses and synthesises them, till the very ..__.. Harrisicall for help. Gegginy fasteft Luther who Inught,
These eminotbe wrested from her. It will Circuit, was the only member of the bar orthography of the word carries to your Mexican Affairs. The Apa!achaeola Thes says, that Col .,he pecessity of uricular conf<.acian;,u.s it,
be seen, that the north with her teeining fioni abroad, who was in attendance. mind its eiact meaning, and gives you *Nzw ORLEANS, March 27.-MOTican E,. Floyd 1188 Shown its editors soiia, zseen inne2sbefo itechist dutsis ed a
population, her extended wheat and corn- Judge PursAx, a resident of this place, shades of meaning which the word as a mails to the 15th have been received liere. samples of the wool of the celebrated Cash- inroed infidel, denying the divinity fb
fields, her varied manufactures and trades discharges his duties with much ability, whole would never suggest No studentor A military conference had :ur....J on more goats, which ht? intends introducing ChriAnod those of that countiv, who 9 ..
falls far behind the South in her, available and with great satisfaction tp the whole common reader can fail to be enriched in terms of an amlistico, but the Juarom gov- nodraising on St. Vincent's Island. .The tasu uny faith beopene catholies, ascit has
means. Yet these resources 'are largely Circuit. Our citizens may well congratu- the range and giasp of 661 language, by ernmerit disapproved of then>, because they wool of the full breeds is beautifully fine> ies i ster es1a ddot & y Prlesbytorian
diminished by our dependence on the North late themselves in having so muqh legal thh study of this bools. TVq conuuend it. did not sufficiently guarantee the caustitu- white and silky, and is .eight inchesin plitan Record, New Yu&, I'.i:arch 10 1 <
and Europe for.,nearly every thinglised attamment, impartiality and integrity on tion of 1857, wl4ich contain cardinal prin- length. The wool of the crossed or halt 5. England, the beast and the head of
in our families, aid @ven in" the prod e- thy bench. We certainly have no occas- Congressicqtal. ciples. -breed is twelve inches in length, and its platestidus, de-pmes its institutions and de-
e. son t regret our system of an elective WAsmxerox, March'28.-Inthe Senate Aiser three meetings the conference was texture is very fine and soft. The val e-of clares herself a powery of un-re philosa-
tion from the earth, of this greak treas^ judiciary, and it is hoped we may be ever to-day, on motion pf Mr. Brown, a resolu- was dissolved, these two qualities of woollis respective@ phers.
ure. A wriber iti- the Charleston thus fortunate, ps an able and honest tion was adopted instrgeting the committee The garrison re-opened tl eir fire on the $8 per pound for thy (irst and (6 4 87 for dePt a'I' Bench of the Qggan has decid
-Gourier says-' It is estimated by Judge is of the first importance to the 04 public lands to require into the ex- morning of the 15th inst: which wd the other. The Cashmere goats are im. English Oh rch, th ef te the

nw f alothat here au models, prosperity and stability of any pediency of grating the ptiblic lands to the quickly returned, twoshelis t uatiug un thy po god into this country and raised by Mr. of Inide ls ah4 not of protestants ure
community. States wherein located. A bill was passed governor's palace. Richard Potus, of Athenta, Qa. Ed. large number of uginisters do

oanuall audbtl 3 60 ag, W are indebted to the Hou. S. tv 0.: a o a ebound tau iteat I th 1ra ,constant tacom- "i n (,ua 4 6 re e le. mi i icule 2 ;8 is ce a 6
Add to this the map millions of manu. Rollia.Lt-oar, for a co; y of his able speech In the Hagse, the Postal Committee al- orders of Juarea. cy, i-, necesso s are Messe., Steele foreleneraly neglected. In Lond Ial re-
Jacturedarticles broughtdown the Ohi-4 intheU.S. Senate on payment for the most unapituoqsly resolvedinfavorofthe 44toggott, vioaregfthe same polities says illr. 8. Morley, nearly one million
Illinois, and Missiesippi Rivery, sold and losses bf 1512&18, which are shril notice restoration .of the intend mail service, The Opening of the French Legisla- with Mr. Cygory 9000,000, are heathens, said uses-enter
consumed, at theqSouth, and, it..will he. more far lengrb @xt week. We have also which was curtailed by the Departudent ture-Brillia.nt Seene. The Qqi eysi Te Tegrriph his raised a place of won.hip! . .
readily perceived what becomes'of'a lar}o received from the samp gentleman a letter after thd failure of thq appropriative bill aris getters,4ay the opening of th( We names of HGit. Daniel Dickins2a of to own wshjt eaqu1bot the wr has
portion of the sums received for our cotton, addressed to him by the Post office Depart- last, session. French legislative body was a very bri light New York, for President, and Hol R. M. but either a edndidsidudssiah o tRWe ar
tobseco. &o. Could the Syuth be indriced ment iri relation to our mails, which we The G...vengment deches the offer of ceremonial. One account says: 5. Unt::r of Virginia, for Vice Presideal. 'ge<, or a manly refutatsop of them, on pub-
to rely upon herself and her mechanics for Will publish n our next issue. Mr. MAI,- a xa fa crtuen, for thede- As early as ten o'clock a great crowd was liejersethe order and the ticketwould be- lic and authentic docunwnis, as they are
a considerable portion of these things, no Lost deseges the thanks of our citizens for It is currously re ed here that formed ujioth the Place du Carousel. Hud- a good one. "ndo; and we will stop the comparison be-
action of the world could compare with his;prompt attention to thip matter. jority of the House P 1doinalittee aaramij dreds of sergents de villy and mounted The East Floridian 2(ays:.--- he Floildg twelen Fwel-li Id fr Italyn till we
her, as here there are no idle hordes. of 170 are also indebted the Hon. A. G. favor of restoring the avana mail service gendarmes kept back the impatient masses It.diredd Companyweave gratified to leafh, statistics therefore nexi week we wi\
etaqving poor to-be supported out of,.it. Baows of Miss:, and the HongA. O. P. to the steamer Isabel. as they pressed forward to gggoe iRto each had reintly leased to Ms. Godwin and an article approt ing ut obsetting, chaq o
anufixetures would not trench, to any NienorsoN o&Teno;, for their speeches on .CHAMPAGNE.-Lifelllustrated, has the carriage that passed hastily along. At que other gentlemen of Virginia, upwards of after abidget'and'the diffe I divi-ioneof
considerable degree, upon our agricultural Protection to Slave property, and the "ir- following.-The United States are re- o'clock his Majesty the Emperor Napoleon fqrty-five thousand acres of (agd, situated th rlick 199 64 f d
wealth; as maillifactures would introduce repressible conflict," for which they have presented to be the largest consumers of was toopen the LegislativyChambers, and near Waldo agd, Trail Ridg for Tyrpen- Readersof theExA be tal e
another set of laborers, and many who are our thanks. champagne in the yorld, and the consume. ambassadors, charges and the elite of Paris tine purposes. These parties, igtend enga. pleasure to sidorri tI e brow of the Protest
pow idlers would find ready employment ttoq per annum is estunated to be one. ceremonial. The cards issued to the favor- gaging ip this business on a ver large seale sat writer with a handsome wreath of
We should have flourishing towns, where !ten 64 bPi pl astud e in calling at- misit at ib bko tw if t t a tunpague ed few bore qpon theni the notice that all and one of thern propopps to plof bree flowers that he planted with his own hand
a are now only a wharf, or a de
pot, and a few H Ch
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asement of T. the amount of wine stranufactured f
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or ex- poisons must arrive at twelve o'clock at hundred hands. They will copunence'"cut- 'tiblEUDENT ANDS 0KLESS 1)ISPUTAN .


. atu ers, n anot er c to.
straggling houses. Faciliiios for an e Mr. portion is ten n million hotels, or about eight ?test; hepoe the early movement towards ting boxes next winter. '('h business is - -
change of our crops would be greatly i .Chambers' Piano Fortes are justly cele- hundred thousand liaskets. .Of this, Rus- the selle d'etat. Isotered this grand and rapidly juereasing and pron is shortly tu* h Ju liedmont is said to be arming t
creasedatid thereby our agricultural meana > re' t -rtobue I h e f r 0 a9dt iseso imj ,, e id a0"dG imposing hall ackhalf-past twelve and was constitute no inconsidirable element of the da ig Leite a 8 sTurIn eak th
would be enhanood rather than impaired. combining great power, strength and niany 148,000, and the United States 220,- strue wi til iancy of the coup d'ceil. industrial resources of agr t driving State.. Emanuel will heave one hundred and ei
The money thus expended at home would equality of tone. 000.' The Custom blouse in this city, Senatgrs, deputies, councillors, marshals ge liarida Dispatch Hays.---We are thousand men fit to take thiffield;
add'eo much to our permanent wedh d Mr. Chambers himself an artist and through which passes a largestuount of the of France, generals, and 11 the gorgeously idormed by a gentlemna just from Periian-
wer We trust Mr an practical mandictvrer with"80 years' ex. champagne imported into this country, re- attired officers of both the Imperial hokse- dina, that Mr. Phelat, the Contrractor for
po e patriotism of the perience, has done perhaps more to brino ports only 175,028 baskets .per annum. holds were crowded into th list d la sea. hp last, best fruit that some
South may soon be exhibited in this way, the Piano Forte to erfection that RDy deven hundredaudoighty thousand baskets, eg ering as tying down the iron, has sent izp ah addi- pprfectipa, even inghe kindlical soul is ten
and that action may give place to words man in the business. We advise our therefore, of the wine drauk in this country gilded and frescoed salle. Iri the galleries tonal force of thirty hands to the head of derness towards tim hard; forbearance I
in support of Sournans INDEPENDEN reuners in want of a good Piano, to secure for imported champagne, is counterfeit- I that run entirely around the hall were the Road. Mr. P. is under heavy bonds wardai the unforbearings warmth of h '
AND SournsN RIonTs. > one of Chambers' inacutheture. Send for an amount equal to the whole supply of the crowded ladies In all the eclat ofa Paris to complete the Road by the 31At of May towards the cold and hilant ears
a circular.. ohampagne district for the world. (oilege habille devilleg Silks, satina agd next, nod Row haq spo aptav(hands at war k the misanthropi p hYopy towards









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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EOE THE
wonTurns msTnicT or disonspA.
Y virtue of a Warrant of arrest issued out
of the District Court of the United States
for the Northern District of Floridaagainst
the sellooner Mary Louisa, had tackle, apparel,
furniture and freight, upon a Libel filed on the
Admiretty side of said Court, by J. P. Sanderso
Esq., Proctor, for Houry S, Wells and Alexall-
der A. Berry of < reennort in the State of N.
York in a cause of contract civil and maritine,
I have seized upon the said schooner Mary
Louisa, her tackle, apparel, furniture mul
freight, and taken the pame into my possession
and custudy and that the return day of said
process is on Monday the 19th day of March
next (1800) at 11 o'clock, A. ?J. at the Court
House 'n the city of St. Aqgustine at which
time and place the hearing of said chlyse willbe
had.
E. E. BLACKBURN, U. S. Marshal
by Geo. J. Zehnhaur Dep'ty.-
Mar. 3, 1860.

NOTICE.
IX Weeks after chite I will apply to the Judge
S ,,ss, e o, seaon, a cones, ro, so, as
. t Estate of John W
o 5m. e t 1 110 Catinty deceased,
GEO. R. FAIRDANKS,
St. Augustine, March 10----1800.

11.01 tE E FURATTURE 0

WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL,



Reagragf 18 'lOP,

(Formly H. F 018.1.12,)
No. 87 BOWERY New York.
This establishment is six stories iii bright, and
extends242feetthroughtolio.03-.lualso areer,
malgingit one of the
LAPsGEST PURNT'STJRE HOUSES
in the United States.
They arepreparedto offer great inducements;
to the Wholesale Trade, fpr Cash or Time.---
Their Stack consists, in part, of .
Rogewoo4,
gagogany,
and Walan 4
PAlilGOR AND CHAMBER FUR-
NATURE "
Also, CA'tE RDd GOD SEAT Work, all quali-
ties; ITAIR, IlUrsK Rud SPRING IATTItEssFS. a



gaggggag4
feet wide. eciali for the Southern Trade
o esp y de '
Their facilities for manufacturing fy com-

pet LLL WORK GUARANTEED AS RE-
PRESENTED 1921
No Goods Retailed on Tittle.
]garthlQ---1liqQ Sm<'


Oct. 15.
CH. Mary Louisa from Chirly-run, RI.:a
S me sw m
300 bus 18 White L' r o eFL Hams, San,
Dec. 17 BE C.r 6te


907 BRIO.
A fme pacing PONEY, abo works 1
liarne-nt. Apply to
JOHN '). CANOVA
Feb. 25. Dr

MEXICAN .MUSTANG LINDIENT.
R ri anddpcun- las.n no e,1 Fe

1 of J
c me-egore.4pral-e nw re 1 16s wind2-

livioaved, train.2ble animal< mends useful. and
untold His assuaged by this plear medicine,

T'v1 tr my ate a dgam a.g in
ment. Who ever heard of 11-@ enme efeels
produced by any other article? For Cuts,
t i Ac. t n faiSwellin n,
ware of 1mnanons. The genuine .11. st .ng
Limiment is sold by all respectable and Livery Men in every town, parish and
hamlet throughout North and, South Ameries,
Europe, and the Islands of the Ocean. 1sity as
alRNES & PARA.Proprietors.New-York,
Mareb id.

-CHOICE LIQUORS, &C.
TSOTTLED Liquors pure for medical purposes
}} &0. PaleSherry1Yane, Browndo.do.
Mddeira do. Sicify do. Old Fort do. Claret do,
Champagne :do. Cider, Ale, .Porter, Ginger
Wine, cherry Brandy, Ra Uerry do., choits a
Bitters, Woulf's Schnapps; Fretich Gordialy
Lemon Syrup, Respherry Vinegar, Bay Runts
Champagne Drandy Hollaqd thin, Domestic


Batters, Olives, Cap r-, Sun.iint--, ly.Ja' les, Au-
chovies, Herrings, sused halmou.-FickkJ do.,
Mackerel, Shad, &c. No. o p.
Alar. 8. B. E. ('AgR.

TOYS TO7$!! -a
A large variety of Toys or the IIolgJays
GlovalS 7. bit.I.bOK


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AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
E A lv T ue x x,
sos Broadway, New York.
After.May 1st, 1880 at 501 BROADTVA Y, two
doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.


gical Observations.
ardP Mopthly register of Myearological
ob ervittions, for Fo'ornary, 1880, furnish-
ed by Dr. Mann. N, Observer for the Smith-
sonian Institutio .
Aretualif
Thermourter in Direction ot rainin
inchosand
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We mention these facts in order to show
that .non-intercourse with the Northern

t esois imprae 0 ee p Br
sibicpdfor to diversify industry and pro-
luote tite growth of conuneme and plunu-
futures at the South, we should continue
to buy what we cannot makp for oGreelves,
from those n k..*pm e) .. from psd a ad
( .an ti..- 1. ..pl. .,-a -.. at 9 <

g e-ry ''..m b. anr :111.1 1....1 t he i-rs.
.3, e s, ne pain., I -le.n..h, to c lo-
e:I of or.. ... n bt .l... a t...n,




.
., a on p ......-,
arish or.. ', <1.1 lield
.0 I ents 1 us.1, J *J..Isle--
l"" r., at c allet ..ur
-r 0.*, -k..Ills.ru it lia-uy .tu=1 0**81-
I (-nto a 3
Inered:s r) I Ibat a..* have
..Is...<.Dostic s ... (..,n
c U.*od our [act .:,, ;ssul th:0, in futurd,
.. ( Imo I. Itartle arr, its th.3
cars to .0 mini in *)u f ly,


the stereoscope:.is the most instructive, in-
teresting, entertaining, unusing, and exciting
of n de" n.,r.. us .I.T. E .11@ (.30 1 RO toP
...r. .1.*uen .3. to aci:n.:us- "in Roane, Sd 8 ory, O 50 "

.. l...... n v..au it, and li retuar a.r.1 De al... twom enth .f re-places .
an i .1 .. .ul...r-- '- t" 3- '- II lo f r..,r ..r r.,;.
1- p . <..... .. y pt.l: of th I or-ek.s2.eofi-coras,400pon't




cs .- avi lls. ..artor, and sh.: r ul's of their
...I I.. c.nus ua l.1 ..ns i..hms .:.ur ..:::. .0- 8- MARRIAL'S SALE:-,S- P
li.: la to al. same.ns- .n eeds. P., 1...1..100, I.nd.roh Scotland, 1 tiv Unit.:-d -Ent..a Distrke it for the.
t .1.an.1, I'. el.:- 0110-..: B.elduan, liollind. Nottliern Distreet or Florid1. and direen
*: -umenul, 'liz 1:b.u.-, I'- r-yllas, St. Cloud," againn Fr0....- Under of use oil, 01:41. nu
1..r.r arnbl..au. I' oilers.-*, Ital., Turk--y, 1.,;ypt, rine. I larave b.uk 1 imponand \Jill selly flu
.al.au, 11.0 H.. LInd, Co., vi, In'illi. Cr.vLst ...Isles fillicnt rf U; 8. Court lion=-> ra fl ,
Alace-nk... Ger..q.s it.,:.:rs...1, --usa-,;, anar-. .is.,- .. .>.'.in ....,-,.. ,.r.,s,,,4,, ,w,.,rty
.*iage e-.enes, bresLlast sunes, pionie-, statu- Mart.b at 12 0 CI 0'- hi. The rollewigg 0.40;",:,
ar), 0 me. An (11'2..:10 nesoranent of Illu.. prope.ry, ora p. It tin-reof.<** loned upon pl
"Jun cl listeriods of 1' Inces. Clurches, and sousb* rhoShe stiof . JAnecourity, viz.





up 2 5, .1- 100 ss. c.:.. Noth- Du bn byik lot of Mrs. Foster.
hr is to-,;, and use ein offer .Jo 0 G no ".1 n 12 000 Swamp, known
f... ra.) 1..u.1 ol line piou- IGl Aei*ce nt l.ind n20re ar lesson So not. unown La shell cle ,*u '
on ? 'sgre "le@. 1-31 Acres of Larad c.n Palliter's Creek, for-
are he larcat Photographro it. ud..a Ti ey are .iy Inlang 1.; 19 Ps:-laest Alickler
taktis inthefortieth partof 1 .:oad, and..sery- anrea #e.ity S ov Milk.
thing no matter how rapidly it may be moving Therab
is depicted as sharply and distinctlyss if it had men.J:P. iov se is postponed until are f r4E

tale wrfectly at1r tie 3 si a in e t' E. L. 8 1 BUPA U Marshal.
da the charm of life and motion. ,The pro- 3
cess is a discovery of our own,.and being un-

:"::":""mim::::#:"iot "i:".::! Fresh croop-les.
views or American life and scenery.
imong ..ruce thin ..shave just published CSTYeceived afeb sp isty I fau ly Gro-
Stereoscopi. 1 It.=rru b 1.- of the Scene of the .cerieg at,

co ee :- ..d se 1 I uit $ s on i oct 15. silINN'E7' call care.
will be found i ..ur (11.1...9.0
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address-onreceipt of stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us SS, $5, $10,
$15, $20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, sent by 50 CHARLOTTR STR.EET
Express.
Views alone, (without instrument) can be am now prepared to offer to my old friends
sent by mail. of this Ancient city and St. Jobs county a
Parties who wish to be advised of everything most splendid assortment of fall and winter dry
really valuable la the line that comes out, may goods at very low prices for cash or city as
soildus their names to place on record, and we acceptance at ins.ty and ninety days credit with
will keep them posted at our own expense. approyd on J...rgets. & Oi'ders from my country
.Men of leisure will find Photography a most friends accompanied wal Ihe cash will be
faspinating and delightful amusement. We are poemptly brieged so with great care apd atfen-
prepared to flt out amateurs with everything non sp give- entire satissacts.:.n to the purchaser.
necessary for their suc6ess;together wath In- lily country fr;en.1s ny rely upon it if they
aruals..us"HowtotakeStereoscopich.:tysys,:= and too. JersIk.rdry goodsthattheywillbe

Importer 1 Mailufactur g sphic pi uspti act tocta : r in a
Materials, Sler->.. ....pe: and Stereoscopic Views. purchased at this hoisse over twinty dollars
gP Meat..ira fr...r. svery, section of the N11be aqwed sh to per e. nt. off, for endh.-
country are rei,.o I tally inviteil to make an ex. ere a of a for of my large as- .
aminition of ..au -<.:7.1., as our discount to the sortment of goods.
tr:r eowill le ibe *1.ra ph ers.-First clues consisting < I n br ado( I tb De aid Cas--


of a ve, hierinos of all color Figured und pinin Delanes.
gre, Disnkers, ingro L.J.xtkets, Eglish Meri-
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF b.a.5, MM:.nus BIanket:*, Neerst Kersey, Meri-
.co 1 Priors, Ladies and misses Hose, Gents
OL DPENOILS rous....s, sons, see, cents, comms,
a ..ns. om:m ve-mo imes nose, n-enes, and
in lish C.amblies, Red and WhiteFlannels
6 0 LDL 0 0 1E T 8! T. NELSON.


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Progress ill 4,
The writor in tho Charl, so rcuT,
from Whose able artiel we I avon eae 7
quoted, after a rowing 1,anies we o.to
courawar.g our ow aste far inferior arti-
,the shops and pure
cle because it is cheaper furnishes the fol-
Jowing thets he relation to the ts..do.
** He .ju:sus:I now ..at : 11 nr <
to cure thh gr.. 110*. ( -
,o unplishbrl in us, minor may th-in by I eral
s.,,<.,..ulogethent and.p itrou se:-nfull vil oth




..e<.i- n.-s in u-.<. i- s ta rthe:J et
I( e- turn from sh,- Y.m'n.. ml 1. 1, .
J .e b.r the.-lil'I'n' '" "
"-'" ( .is we reas..nahl, l., k Y.r -,
f .r our:=e nts, (I / It i-* Woli l:r,,,wn
b ater store a sings
to t u' incre:nstile world s'that all 0..( ...na re-
*rve the best.d..od- for h.:,anu colutynt.ri.-n.
0.1 And aw y thb refuse; rrul ire m:-d out
( tour the-< 11.1.( we basil ful... Itator Ill
at 0: 1-' lid ta, d *rs thu slius.? o
it imincis of





Pent, (4 this cupi 1r t. Glaud ju.L.:- .: to
Drueure the best Eu=li- b e-l..,th; but the
at. out he re for *:ea. 1,.1 tr.dh.- la ul tin.
st inferior a .t smell 34 way en ,Jo .41,. ,J in the English
anarketsfor hqtife u-*?.
The Engli la >ka r... tthe Yniskees in
atin as qual lyardware. They }nake c -.-J'
sulistantial ..att.ms-tur home up, 6pt n .. n
thr.y we t > fr. exports:J. IL 0- itre docul'"

t' 7 ".: 11Ji;
kill ble
Wedit. The c usummate eun s
that t$ ak up cotton thout fibre.

"i"I "?""is ""in
to, they make a hands.m.:.1,,,, -
e I W :.hh tl er, ttheeting istad drills; nod
a to e' 8
are not cospent with using poor cotton, ut
restart to t)fi artailed ofillligg the Yarn willi
orcelain play tothe mu..urit of ".*.' to80 per
fi tht
cent n ?? wt's -
he d.e.<-in:.>f yarn for J.}yloom in Eu-
gland is a business -- p ora, train the usitu-
ad4pture .af the yarn intu alaris.
The r*.:nner, -when he an a ton of
v-syn to ine diasser contampty to laye 1
iniurned with the weight xqucaged a for or a third of. 3,ton; By the tud of
,,!.:::#-di.I duchitgryninds fpr thepurpp=>.
chycan he, three.] liste the fibre of the
read, anii ... i- stji sh:t.-1 incorppr;u. 1
b it, as to re.u.un while I iF passing
ough the 1..=nin in: = eloth. ') his 1quy
:n :n. reditle t. 4..-u.:, htit ? La "h*tle.-
-0. \\'e-had it front qq .. re
hall usur, hi;, Jr, wi na


w.I.o us. v. e ..n a rear ut inep*- -
,r.nishwl navi France. ,'ihool-y I
Algill.ir.s., that which aboulds in our chalk
h Thand is sh.ely pulVerized :ir..l Inited
m.I. th..- ~:.e.n-- 8tilliba E1sgh-'s :se 1,.-1
e..ii.-.IL-4 with chly-lr ture Holy eyperimen-
ring; and :oonfidently expect to mature a
Ann by which white saud my be redriced
.. a liquid and used for sizing and weighing
larn 1? the succeed the weicht run be
ineri=nsed bu (er cent., andstau e 'pro-
pa ss of washigg. . :
111dealersareaware oftheunp.asitions
pre:-ticed on as by Gera2any in lar..Te: r.z
0..- ..rs:,-, Watches, tofs, epp., which are all
the merest trysh, made tp 4 not or use.
Englitil has for many years been cheapen-
inf her articles of hardq'upp until sign has
come down to richrly a level with Serciany
I the nianufqcture of cheap hardqure,
cutlery and 14pey, goods to administer to
the taste of the An acan people for cheaP
as tides. '
There are large tops in England pp.
RE d kholl in manufacturing goods for
4Luprieti and other f ppher towns employ a different elues of
mechanics to make for borne corisumption.
heffield, for instance, makes plated ware
for home use Birmingham qukes a
4:heaper arthly for. export.
f you whih to purchase n watch from a
e London presiler*, h will ask yoq fifty or
sixty. gaineas, top what an Amercena will
exce to urchase here for a hundred or a
pt p 11 tl
Jandred anddifty dollars. It is inge xe
same in every other brnuch of business.
An. article minde to sell us England fqr a
d..11ar upd .-s half, must he made an much
inick*rbusi cheaperent to enable the
psesic.nn erts..uiner 1.0 supply thuge f at a
dyllar,. afty-r goveruntentduties and other
exper.. Qerman ywanufacturer, anghing is good
enough ft the aAm 89tz. tl Northern

andEasternpeoplehaveelattorkedinmanu-
(setgrigg; fpt, although, they cheat us of
phe So\4th in n,-any ways, there are various
arthdes made by usesu far superior to those
i nported. In :,any articles in the hard-
wire line the Amerlean article has nearly
driven eqt the European altogether. The
Yankees eyed ju the mangfacture of pross-
eat, mill aug equglar says, exes, hatchets'
planes and.play gone, knob-locks and
latches, brassandicawhinges, wood-screws,
banners, chisels, angers, g(mlets, draining
.
beads d tack
knives, n ills .0.4 agikes, au s'
abovels and spades, pitch-forks, rifles, ps:>
tols, swai*dh, hoes of the finer kinds, picks


ten, scales and weights, coffee and corn
Inille, apdirons and failers, shovels and
e
y gs, Cast-Iron and hollow-ware, fryin
n besides a thousand other things @
pans;gardware line, and a multitude o

articles in" the dry goods trado, mountain
to millions of dollars per annum, which w
a gotigagepagg whh @ su 1 shea


u -us, all II* With.-r cu *. In
th... c. a-.:..t all, op*n...a.

HOTE.I., ARRIVALS. .

Privals at the Planters Hotel.

rBUFFINGTON, PROPRIL qOR

' 1"' II 1.5.a.n U. S. Q. S. J. J. Daniels,
Miss M Murdock Jacksouville; C K Fall;

a ony
or, T Ziliston N. Y. J Grorhon, W. M.
liussell, P Ecown; J 0 Brown & Lady
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a a ggg a df

Mrs Fairbanks and Daughter, Bostgu
Mrs Reed dr Daughter J M Barny, F 1
Oudlowaud Ladv N. Y. Wm Allen Pha.

Arrivals at the Magnolia House.
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:or Sale at


- B. E. CARR...


B. FI Eli ah Swift M
; 8 ] ass.>
31rs J.. Hophins, Child & Svt. -Welska; *
31rs. L. II. Drysdale, Ghattachooebee Fla. Y virtue of the provisions clah act of the
General Assembly of this State, entitled
un Act.to amend the Militia .and Patrol Laws
AN (19 UNCE IVI EN 9,,' S.
of this State," approved* Pecember 22d, 1859,
age Therriendsorcol.S.St. GED.itonus, I MADISON S. PERRY, Governor of Elorida.
austruce hip namens a caudidate for MAJOR dore yd et e n e 1.1 e., ..
l.:.Lat typta as II... ].rlsuing ElectioninMay next. t TIltiaeot 1 Staeasfollo\ -ny ..
__._.--------- --------- yor one Major General of the First Division
Poep.*1g ti-lar-GCE **(, of the State of florida, composed of that part of
ggy- ThefriendVoi BENJA111N E. DUPONT the Sta eeWest of e Suwan Ie it md Divi-
nnounce hip note as a 0.. ..i. I al.: frpr BrigaW:e ,, e. of 'Flat-ide e--* *r I of that
,,,g .,,,-az, g Sidecoruprised in the Eastern I 1.. 5 Eayt of the .:e Rilrer
dj. -0 toro :1 .r 1 lord.. ..t the cu... arag el.:.- r n 0 1 .TI 1 r Bri--


.I 1. I .. 1801 .
or one nywan, banal .. fl.c- decind
TTASAVANNAH. r . composea of the nijitiaof thecountie
ofGadsden.pibatty, Leon, Wakulia, Je$ferson,
9 d Taylor, suitson and u--anikon: .
Funnel ., ..In Ge teral of the Third Brx-
cr:ule, corkposed of the? Militi:t of the Counties
I if pafayetty, Levy, Sowannee, Columbia, New
River, Alachy and Nassau.
For one Brigadier General of the F6urth 11ri-
. gade, composed of the Militia pf the Counties of
Dr.val, Clay, St. John s Ptituam, Orange, Brevard;
) Yolusia, Sumpter and Marion.
/ L LO 1 1) JLA For one Brigadier General of the Fifth B:i-
,,.1...... osed CA T. FENN BEQKY [1.1 .....g Manatoe, Dade and Monroe.
II& leavePalgika every Monday nightat For one Colonel, one Lieutenant Colonel, and
12 o clek, Jacksonville as Tuesday oneMhjor for each n .......at as follow ; .
norningg at Sq'clock, (after the ari-ival o the For the ls1 1'. ..In..rr, composed of else Militia
cars from the West.) arriving in Savannah on of Escambia county.-
Wednesqqy utornings, connecting with the New For the 2nd Ilegiment, composed of the Mili-
York and Philadelphia stepxaship and Central tia of Santa 110sicounty.
RailRoad ofGeorkia, also connecting in Char- For the 3rd Regiment, composedefthe Mili-
leston on Thursdays with thovariouslainesfrom tia of Walton county.
tlutt city, affording the travelling public a For the 4th Regiment, composed of the Militia
speedy and pleasant trip. ; of Washint.rton and Holmes counties.
TE: Gecite will leave Charleston regularly For the (th Regiment, cornposed of the Militia'
every saturday mornings a o'clock, commene- of Franklin and Calhoun counties. .
ing im the at inst., touching at neourort, Bluff- For the 6th l1egiment, composed of the Millia
ton, Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksogyllic, and of Jackson county.
1111 intermediate landings qn the St. JqhusRiver For (he 7th Regiment, composed of the Militia
to Palath. of Gadsden and Liberty coquties.
Agents pt Palatka-Teandale & Reid. For the 8th Reghnent, composedofthe Militia
'* Jacksonville-Bisbee & Canova* of Leon county.
** Savannah-,T.P. Brooks- For the 9th Regiment, composed ofihe Miltia
o Charleston-E Latitte & Co. of Wakulla cottuty.
Mr in E 1- 1% Sm- Ror the l0thRegiment, composed of the Militia
Jeiferson couilly.
ATI.gANTA MEDICAL OOLLEIGIE* Forthelith l1egiment, composed oftjie Mill-
111(8 In stauls..n, will open ..r. the Op*st. For the 12th Regiment, composed to the Mili-
Mgxqday in May next, and continue four tia of IInmitan county.
UL For thel3,th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
Ar has, M. FAC TY:of Chemist and bo of Colutalga, New River audSnwannee coun-
ry ties
ma M. D., Prof. of Anatomy. For the 15th Regiment, composed of theMili-
Jam w: /6NEs, al..D., Prof.of Princtples add HaFoo lae Re ICent, compgsedofthe Mili-
Heaviceoi Medicine. mul GeneralPsail...bgro tixof 010 and Duval counties.
T I'-j1 @ u el/, Pur.or l*ranel- For th 1 th l\egiment, composed ofthe Mili-

T. 8. Powaza., M. D., Prqf. of Obstetries, 4' tia of St. Idhussud Putnam couqtxes.
J. P. Loax.v, M. D., Prof. of Physiology and For the 18th gagiment, composed of the Mili-

J. r if or, ,@ hil of Materia rs 1 em C@ e zof t Mili
h(ec\ica agd Medical Jurisprudence. mpter, g
counties.
Practical Anatomy conducted by the Prof. of tiaFo I Ines oI ile 1 oss ho
Anatomy. tee county s.
clinical Instruction ,given as here tofore, For the sist regiment, composed of the Mili~
tin-ough .80 co .Rain, furnished with ocid tia of Dadeand Monroe counties.

n4t al, pillbeopen by the 15th ofApril/ For one Captain, oneFirstlieutepanthndone
Second Lieutanant of each Beat Company in

1%iatriculationtick k n once only,) $5 eve1qe s to are hereby ordered to
Course of Lectures, 106 appoint the necessary inspectors in due time, for
Dissectingticket'(requiredcalyonce,} 10 saidelectionandmakereturnsofthe same, In
Diploma, .15 the maimer prescribed by sind Act ofthe Genes
.Good Board can behadat$3 tog4 pp week. al Assembly, approved December 224, 1859.
Far furtherinformation a.ddress. In Testimony Whereof, Thave hereto set
J. G. WESTMORELAND, Dean. my hand and caused tobe affixed the
Arts *rx, Ga., March 31-1860 Im. (L. s.) ovent seat of the state of Floridi.-
. Done 4t the Capitol, in the citjr of


GovernorofAorida.
AGisTRATE'S Corict for District No.1 By the Governor----Attest:
St. John's Comity, will be held at the F. L. VILLEPIOt7E.
Court House in the City 'of St. Augustine on the Secretary of State
f fr Monday s of each and every month, at lu March'!4--1880. 4t.
g AllCH LEL NELIGAN, ULLINS Axes, Spades, .r ovels, Corn Mills,
e J. L PH1LIES Justigoof the Peace Grubbing Heigs, Curry Combs to. .
Mych 18@ (f. H. E. CA


Nov.

A 9PPLES, ONIONS, POTATOESS:
Uc11. .4 E~laic--Choicr Vegetableis, rruits to.
7,,.Iiedl Fruits he. B '11
oct; 15
SCH. TLAN IC--J ST Q ENIN


A Gold Pencil with Gold Penattached,
OR
GOLD LOC K E T,
7 or $ 5 OO !
AND A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $3.00.
FTER Two Years' profitable experience in
our present modeof disposing of our Jew-
elry, &c., and from the. universal satisfaction
given to all who have patronized our house, we
take pleasure in saymg that we now consider
our businessfairlyandpermanently established.
We wishil.understood that this isNsLottery,
bupa fixir and legitimate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the value of his or her moneyin
a GOLD PENCIL WITil GOLD PEN AT-
TACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, worth $5
each, which cannot behoughtat anyretailstore
for the same price; and in addition to the pitr-
chase, each person receives a Premium of Jew-
elry, lesson value tlian $'4, auditanay be worth
$3, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20, 30, 50, or even $300!
NO MONEY RISKED'
TVespropose to let a person know what Pre-
mium he will receive.before sending his money.
Any Lady or Gentleman designg one -of the
abovear4cles, cantirst send us their name and
address, stating whether they want the Pencil
:uid Pen, or Looket, .pud we oil ngke their
selection, and inform them by returuMail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can thell
have the prfyilege of sending fait it if they
choose
Our plan, ir..m le>n.; explerience in the st. ve
Ints ess, hasigiven we lets;m-t it.n. ed

for allshey cost hint, and retail the Premium
gratis, . d
If, however, anjr person should feel dispsise
tolsend usbtheir ms rl d o
I y d in pd on a location. oods will
P .1 & P nd Pro r or Lock-
receivea enci an ena nI'
et 1*' I le rit cu to soud for aPencilandPen,
or Loolicy
Among our Premiums are articlessititablefer
Ladies and Gezulemen, such as ,
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Watch"
es, Gold Vest.and Guard Chains,
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold
Watch Keys,
GoldShirt.Stude--plain and withsettings.
Gold Schi-f Pins-new style; Gold Breast, .
Pins, Gold Rings, &e. Ro.
FOR LADIES >
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosnic.Gold
Stone, Cameo. Garnet and Coral Breast Fins


cordons; &c. &c. *
Unexceptionable references given whenever
required. :
N. B.-In sending your names, write thq
Sta ,sC 1 y 18d T 1 plainly, so as to avoid
Address, ANGLE & CO.,
.102 CANAL STREET, (Old No.)
]ggly yogg,


ItRTNA CRACKER
PicNic Crackers,
Ginger Solinapps,,Crackers,
Sugar do.
Sugar do.
p(1 t read'
. Graham Bread,
Corn, Starch, Farina.
3


.: E. CARR.


iahcia,.8'HA.GMOLIA H SE








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__ ___I CC~I?


SE AR rthec eof
Misses Mather & Brown will open
on Thursday the 18th of October
for a session of ten myths. Instrnetions will

ex <5pi igher luathe~

K ERO 8 ENEOIL 4
THE NEW YORK KEROSENE OIL CO.

(ESTABLISHED 1854.)
Annopnce, that, having made great improve-
urents in to runnufat gro of Ker seene, they are

A REDUCED PRICE.

enlTo twittelatio ub iicqdstom *s Tiereams Ku I
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 3,
1856. 1


e. 6.

]#? TR PRESIDENT DE THE U*
,S'I A'I CS.- *

P e 1 a 81..1 t so libet
do liereb J elar- and us le known that pub-
tic sales while held at (le undermentioned
land oilices ill the State of Florilla, at the
yet 4 h 'eidno 01 sate animencing
to. Iwon
ri osal of the vaeant lands in the even-
beredsecrwns andparts ofaectionswithin the
e nenIdo@ ttown ha 8, 8 xi axil so 1 ao

sidek n lel xx- 0 incox 1
. Jac 1' la to
a to I abs it e 311 Oct on <.1
.31ontgoines y;" subject, as required by 14w, tar
a minimum an' two dollars and fft! cents per acre,
viz:
erth' o the has.* linegad west of ibe prin-
caja gas'ldla>>
township l and 2, of range 1.
ownshil., 1, ", nod 3, of ranggs 2 anc} 3.
Towushipp 2 and .), ofriange 4,
Townships 2,13, sing), ofrange5. I
Townst i .8, and 4, pf rages 6, 7,.an
Towrial I 3, 4, ang 6, on range 9.
Townshape 3, 4. and 5, I range 10.
Township 2, 8, -1, and ->.of langue 11and I
T waships n, 3, and 4, of raragu, 13, Tl, un.
Townships-2, 3, -1; and'G, of ranges 16 atal

To ships 2, 3: and 45f raziges 18, 19, 20
21, 22, .., and 24.
Towush.ps 2, 3, and bof sanesed-itmd 27,
Townships 2,3 5 and 6, of ranges 28 and
Townships "' '
29.sh 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, of ranges 80,
odTa3832.
pth of the base line and west of theprin
.c al meridian.
Tow shi a 1, of ranges 1 and 2.
TownshiPs l and 2, of range 29. r
a p 2,dand 3, of ran3@3 '

h t of the base line and/east of the
r
prin


(OTI(
IHRTY da a she date I will to the
Judge of Probate of8a, Job se sty to
w TRt Re B

St. Augustine, Feb. 18 1860.


.
ft ENTERS IIOTEE.
L .
e *
,9
8 BUFFINGTON, PROPRIETOR.
1118 EnsT CLASS 110TEL
: rsbe n k so. t...-ableran ..
former [.el., iel.:.r, c.1 IIe th:-
fington House Jackson. fully solicits his old filen.I- anti II..;- 1..abbe ro
give him a call. He will always be found
ready to greet- them ini his usual style.
Jan. 7-

To the Physicicks of the Southern States.
WOLFE'S GENUINE COGNAC BRANDY,
WOLFE'S GENUINE PORT WINE, .
WOLFE'S GENTILE MADEIRA WINE,
WOLFE'S O'vENUINE SHERRY WINE.


J.L'persons indebted to-the Estate of Aside
itiz, decensea are reque-ned to make im-
(ne-hase pnpuent to the muleraigned. And all
.per.miss usurag chzim-r agan--t rise senid estate
ar.- require-si to present the unrne within two
1..-arn, us this notice will be plenti in bar of their
saymeni. .11.1TildsA 0001 ll!!. Ad'trix..
GLUI:G L CULEL. .Ld trator.
t Feb 4, 1840. .. Sw 4

EXECUTlilX'S.NDi'ICE.,
LA persons having by eldus or demands
A against the Es0ae. of Kingsky B. Hbbs,
are required to exhibit the simne wnhan as
year ung of sle i Wei to I Ide 1.elane, are as-
on a w. owns
Doc. 31. 1 *9 Exeentriz.


9 -
LT weeks after diate I shn!l apply to th?
0 chuit of Probate or thy e..ms:r of St.
.khus thr kiten of .Lehni-si-a -IP-on do bouis
Its 11**:- will asser.-J. ig,.. Else Estated .
Robert .11. Ivard y, d ....>ed.
GEO. 8.* F.H ILILIN 5.
Pr..\a v in. .Inc. 7,18i'0..

NOTICE.
TX week after d:de sh 111 sip 1 t so

Fla., for leet e ./ ..;* n..\.1. I bonds a
.
&op, willy the will annexca upoi :Le estee 4
Joseph M liers.an 1: ..1---{ 5 1. CH EZ
Jan, 7 ISL10f' .
'


apur Call at theirew Store under the Ma
sonie Lodge opened by HERTz,. if you
want cheap and prime articlosin the Gro.
'
cery Line and other little Nick nacks.


ARINA, C : cl e Tons, Graham
Crackers, bago, Tapioca, Macoaroni, Yeast
Powders, Hops, Sada, Cream Tartar.
Jan. 21 B. E. CARE.
-~
SHERIFFS SALE.

i i Cof ftio I ti sueV u io d
isrevard in the Eastern Circuit of Florida sand to
ine directed and delivered in fadr of William B.
Giles et. al. vs. Rufus K. Sewall and wife, 1have

li heCtud odlivrill e odse for a le atMy
rildle859 at then ual tu en ici

i 1 trt -01le LeITe tithrtTir IIun re n

I r t ng 16 0 re
ed to John M. Hanson, et. al.
The above sale is positioned until the let
Iklon ay in ny.1 & util the first
The above so e is postpone u
310nday in June.
The above sale is postponed until the first

le f st.s postponed until the erst

M d ab ca de is post oned until the first


( ) 14, C,
S hereby stiven to all whom it may concere
..uk I .ve th St. dy y of Deepuber 4. i .
v.el- U.neN-,:. Mul unch roWe tester
rn, . I _

Ez. Est, of A. Dul on Jee. .
Dec. 0 1859




LL persons indebted to the Estate of Gadt
A HumpMysh of St. John'.s county; de
inisedonn ruenque*8seize azjIkjUitnundriate Typ

claims against said Estate, will present them dur-
ly authenticated within thet.irne prescribed ity
law, ar this notice willbe plead in har.
MARY 8. HUMPilREY8,
Nor.26thl859. Administratria. .

NOtice.
IX months after the date hereof I shall sp-
S y to the Judge of Ecobate of St. Johns
county for my discharge as aglministrator with

t ec needed of the Estate of Hannah
'GEO. R.. FAldB ANKS,

St. Augustine, June25, 1859.


UDOLPHO WOLFE
No. 22 Beaver Street, New York.
Eg,,, Agents in New Orleans: E. J. Hart &
Co., A. D. Grief & Co., J. T. Mooke & Co. :
Nov. 19 Sm


004 ASSOrtment

OF

LY

e

9
TO BE HAD
AT
C. BEAVO)


~5'


600rgia State LOttery'
ON THE PLAN OF THE .

FLOfal IIRV8HR LOttery,

rd nd f h ---
ITNION ACADEIVIY,


IT ,CoodoLnEt OM dyE.iaAs
gust next, beforetheCourt Househ the
cit St. Augustine, the following property or
so much thereof as will pay the State andepunty

li st f a
the forth river about 10 miles North of St.
Augustine, bounded on the North.by street of
Haynall Smith, F. P. Sanchez and publigiands,
at a ox- spsudbl\ 11 da dand BS h8by
02 01 T. 5. 8. L. 20 E. and according to the
sy..... .. v.,s ...ws., x.,ss....zoon
acres. The whole of said Tract has beep here-
tofore nee ed 3' ae jEx-off. TH,

.JiniI conectors.Johnscounty.


I


A


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D




T
t


or suses:R count, GEORGIA+

pthoriked by Special Act of Legislature

25828 PRIZES

IOR THAN ONE.PR.IZE TO
EVERY TWO TICKETS.

McKINNEY & 00., Managers.
o be drawn in public under the sworn superin-
endence of two Commissioners, appointed for
that purpose, in the

City Of Savannah Georgia.
.

[ 1 A 13 Ifl1 AT T31) T 77 q
L/11 1.JL 1.11 1 lk. LI


4
- a
... o
.

I ALVIS, QUARTi IS ND LIGHTS IN
PRomuTION.
-------0-------
TO BEDRA WN EA.( ll .5'.! TURDA1
IN JANUARY 1890.
IN THE
CITY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Class 53, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 18tiu.
Class 54, to be Drawn Jan. 14, 1860.
Class 55, to be Drawn Jan..21, 1860.
Class 56, to be Drawn Jan. 28, 1860-

On the Plan of Single Kumbers
t
OURARd T *


NOTICE
IX shonths after date, I simll mah applies-
rion to the Judge of Probate of 8<. Johns
...> ror a rm-1..usem...... to-., as,
charge as tWe Administratrix of the of Estars
Hiusans Thealsons, de as d, a of saidnunty

Feb. 18.1860. Adaninistratriz. .

EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE

ALL persons hieving any clisitus, or demand
against the lilitate of Nathan Cobb late of
St. Johns county deceased, are required alb ex-
hibit.the liame within two yearsisand those in-
debt.ed to thq Estate, are re-quared Lu make pay -.
ment immediately to
HELEN TY. COBB Executris;
Feb. 11, lbou. : sw.
r
*NOTICE. .
, .1LL persons indebted to the Estarr of The-...


Tax connector's sale,
TT1LL be sold, on the first Monday of May
y next, before the Court if.iuse d...or ixi St.
Augustine, the folWwing pnoperly to pay the
State and courity taxes and expensesdue4hereon
for the year 1800, by the heirs of De Fougeres,
to.syit: a Lot dpposite U. E. Carr's store; a Lot
suljoining South the Wallen House; a Lot ad-
Joung North Leopardy's preinfses). :
A. Ik liOGEKO, Shetiff& L1,otT.
2.. ,as.sso,. cones,., s.:,.e.
The abose sale 3. sor the purpodoftperfeet-
ing rlie Intek .gi


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L

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31ATERIAL. LAMP.
.



<-r<.sene. Kerusque 10.080
amphone. C'unsphone. 5.6-'
hule 011. Solar., 1..50

a ts. 11 r. '
arnin, I luid La :h. 553
--
a 0
a o
a


on
e ---------
2.435 $1 00 84 10
1.299 63 4 85
838 1 20 1'

50 2 25 20 47
300 87 19 00
--
Itelibble or ters from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, filled, on appliention to
AUST}iNS, Agents,
US Pevrl Street, N. Y.

uf5 nel -i bu1 al 1 r V I
sale Druggists. Grocers. Causpl.ene and arn- -
ng Finia Manufacturery and Dealers in Lamps.
N. B.-KER OSENE is the trude-
nm-k ey' the Kra-useve Oil Co., one all
I 1 th
persons are walloner ayalas using e
sold trudenturk for other oils'
Oct. 15. 3m
---
RUNAWAY SLAYE.
TAKEN up and colunlitted Lei jail
in St. Johns county as runaway
A NEGRO MA.N
-- about 50 years of age, of yellow-
inh complexion 5 feet li inches
uigh. Says his name is Jack. Heis clothedin
blue homespun pantaloons and a ragged negro
oloth j:icket. 11e says that he was last owned by
the estate of .\i.e.,1nsa T.un ni, deceased, of Du-
val county. I be.- ...wnor equ t to come
forward pay impgn.pes-pts A. D. ROGEit)


May2A. SheriJr8t.JohusCounty.


, 8,.p..,DUMAs,
.?.. en. .. .


Nqpv. 5.


T'AX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
ILL he old. belore the Court II.:.use door

une !sext 110 vi.ep er si.
nakein thereof,-- as irdl pay the 2t te, and
ounty taxes and eggenses due thereon for time
ear 1850.by thehows of De Fougers, 18 an:
Gile thousand Aures of .land. North of "Ns-w
inyrna, bounded florth by Orn.nn.l's lands
o Dummett s, East by the river, West by
* '.
THOMAS T. BROORE,
Tax Collecttirof Vohism County.
The bove sale is for the purpuse of perfect-

P. B. DUltAS, Agent.
--#--
Stage ROute,
FROM z

PICOLA'I'A TO S't AUGUSTINE.

(gr 99
a

Four Horse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Ligle
IVagons, all connecting with CHARESTON and. -
SAP ANNAH Stealilers.
Conveyances always in tendiness awaiting ar-
rivals. Estaxice 18 miles, Time, 8 hours.
-o-
Arrivals and Departures from Charleston I w L*'e
a week-largiade, viaSavatush. Caroli-

And Savan: all----8 Jd I 3, St. Mary'se inlanel
meet.. Aid El te:prize, up the River Pa-
lacks stes..2nel Darlington, Saturdays.
5. Lik3tt'i, Propsi<.tor.
St. Augusti ne.


r UST dise'surged Goin Sch. ? dratic from New
) York, i. home Goshen butter, Frovisiuu
d'ot non, O .ians, 1a... soat, -
tree. 17

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Y virtue of sundry executions issued or to
the cironit more for the county or st.
sF ers ;naulij[FI rij us

levied upon ord will sell at public sale before
the Court florise do6'r in the city-of St. Augus
-
line on 310nitay the first day of August, be
-
ween die arial hours of sale, the fohowing de
-
serses oijj7 wilt:g'harlotte street in tl
u
city of St. A. rustine, Cit Hotel
nown as y .
A House and Let in Picolata street bounded
N. by said street, E. by Lot formerly of Corne
lius Dupont,. W. by Lot of Mas. C. Foster.
500 Acros Land 12 mile swamp known al
Jo ilG s. L d North River known as Shel
Bluff.
181 Acre a Land, Pellicer's Creek, formerly o
Robert Midder.
5 ar in City Saw 111 postponed until 1

mo s
M du ur amurr 1 poned until the fir
e

e
Mont1lay a 115cel xt b n i thO fir
Sheriff St. Johns County.
St. Augustine. August6, 1859.
'
THE PARK

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CASH 0 APITA L,


al meridlan I am now supplying the trade with pure Cog-
cip nae Brandy, in boles, both, for medical and
Township 2, of range 1. 2 4, 5, 6, 7, private use. The inaneuse success that has
Tuwnships I and 2, of ranges 3, crowned lay efforts to place 4 pure Gan within
8, 9,' und lo- the reach of all, under the mine of Aromatic
Township 1, of ranges.11 and 12. Schiedam Schunpps, and to drive out of the
Santh of the base line and east of the prist, made j tp c t y, 1 1 0 dr :
cepal peridlan. ? gists, apothecaries and medical men, for some
5, 6, 7, 8, years past, to solicit me to pursue the same i
-Towns p l, of ranges 1, 2, 8, 4, course in regard to the article of Brandy. 1 1

Tos shi s 1 sim) 2, of ranges 10 and 11. should have complied with these requests from
U
all quarters long ago,*Lut was deterred imm it
At the land officeat Newnansville, commenc- by the fact; that owing to the exorbinant prices
Ing on Monday, the lifth day of March next, for of Brandy in France, consequelit upon the short-
the disposavof the vacant lands in the even- ness of the grape crop for some years, there
numbered sections and parts of accitops, wit lin was no chance of my being able to import the
the undermentioned townalups, which remaih choicest Brandy, bottle it and sell it at mode
4te fUn al ot2 stMi nlx r 1 .e. tt rate.lpril to I in to h p et
Jacksonville, to the waterset ]:s.;arn Id is for this) was abundant, and prices of Brandy
or near Pensacola;" ad **fs...r.gA .allen to the standard of ten years ago.-----
on the Atlantic, to the guess of Tampa bay, 'The duty on .Braudy is also seventy per cent
with a branch to Cedar Key, on the Gulf of lower. and I have now nurde arrangeptems

enz o 'oT o o#asta i*eqd 1 1 r res avith f ur Brapdylexprocers in Firmee, 10
highest repute, gukarly
vis: signments of the best. Coguse Brandy, which I
South of the base line and east of theprin- am botthug and selling as Walte a Gentdtijibe
cipal meridlan. at c in .Les r Fra ..1 o ttal% by me,
To hi stand 2, of range 11. na the pure unadulterated article, and it will
o n. a aud1 ra .of range b is ri ina lu an 2 on tng.
18 Leen a thatter of universal complaint, that a
T I, 2, 4, 13, 14, and 15, of range bottle of pilre, umnixed French Brandy, was
townships very difficult to obtain, and the purchaser, nine

Townships 2, 8, 4, 12, 18, 14, and 15, of imes.iinmti iwas de) 1 p i@ aj

Tor .2, 8, 4, ,11, 12, 13, and 14, of spirits, Brandy, from its high price, has been
the one article that mixers and sellers have
Tor .2, 8, 4, 10, 11, 12, and 18, of Eurned their attention to, and millions of gal-
17 lons of the so-called French Brandy have been
to ips 2, 8, 4, 10, 11, and 12, of range -. rder. I mu u:dly tu ough theux vbas c e]e
Townships2, 3, 4, 8, and 9, offanges 19 and cra.-h.. and crimes, and have sent, thousands
20. to an early grave, self-destroyers, front delirunt
Townships 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and, 9, of tremens, mania-a-potu and horrors, names un-
21 and 22 known, until unprincipled men began to make
ranges 1 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of range maddening compounds and sell it as the pure
.o2ws aps 2, French Brady.
hi 5 Id 2, 8,ea t.d ist e, com- be led e y n aim luno '

mer.eing on Monday, the twenty-seventh day the world as a medicine or mild stimulant. It
of Febrpry next, tor the disposalof the vacant is, as the French shtion poetically call it "Eau
lands in the even-numberedfections and parts of de vie," the. water of life. But this apphes
ot{cohnsr wit a the eixpUde unentitonmi t I hi tuo tornled texntph e dl ide n at 2 IrC

h p ha acots ilrailroads)"fjtmrs n nimitationdt becomes a destlir drink
m e intnodr near Pen co}a,;'to a t 3 a 1 1area:or 0 1 tim-
r of by a an 1 o Ced Volf e line C o ou e


f ty cents per acre, was. r me purp


Prize of 800,000
20,000
'* 10,0110
5,000

a 2,000
1.500
a 1,100
a good
"
** 400
as gag
a 200
150
O N 100


$00,000
20,000
10,0' 0
5,000

2,000
1,500
1,100
5.000
o

40
7 00
10,000


APPROXIMATION PL1RZ EN
4 Prizes of $200 approxwating to
$60,000 prize me 800
4 Prizes of 150 approximating to
20,000 prize are 600
4 1 3 of 1 gazipproxhn sting toggy
4 P f 80
Oces o 27 Pl roxunation to320
8 Prizes of So approdusuring to
8,000 prize are 480
8 Fa u.s 0: Go approximating to
8PI of 4pt pproxit seeing to
I
8 Prizes of 30 approximating t9
1,100 prize are 240
too Pazes of i.epproxiinating t

23,000 Prizes of 10 are........... 250,000
---t ----------
agges a a'ting to.......$GGG,040


711010 TicketS $10, HRITOS 9,
ggy(ppy .,-g
---
PLAN OF LOTTERY
The numbers frora l to 50.000 corresponding
with those numbers on the tickets printed on

i ces 101xpanr, are emir ed with exall
. The first 170 Prizes, smularly printed and en
circled, are placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, ana number
is drawn feom the w weldol Numbers, and at th

'ux 1 mt edot et b 11. n sul'raze is

ice a t eda e nit the
istgain le TNunit r


receedingand the two succeeding Numbers to
those drawing the first 9 Prizes will be enti-,
1104 to the 448 Approximation Prizes. For ex-
ample: if Ticket No. 11250 draws the $50,000
Prize, thoses Tickot.s numbered 11248, 1129,
11251, 11252 will each bc ...Iirled Is. $200. If
.gk 550 153u 5 ful 1 ha

above scheme.


North of the baseline and east of theyrin-
cipal meridean. .
Townships l and 2, of range 28.
Townships 1, 2, and 8. of ranges 24, 25, 26,

a ofat ase line and east ofthe prin-
c al meridian.


ppgpl p inard 3 ofl"n erst25 amle2
ezniHtary anaddother parenoaos, t ether
be excluded front the sales.
a 0 to h hotfor weay, r
ed by sect, or er n August, 1853, for said railroad
sad the par ts.-. Isr tracts cut by the routes will
be sold as containing the quantities respectave-
ly shown on the onicial plass, without dedue-
e offerizig of the abore lands will be com-
nenced on the days appointed, and will pro-
ei der abwh a .neoquere adverdi a until
has closed, but no sale shall be kept open
long deep to weleksl and no pridst r
anr the expiration of the two weeirs.
d hand at the cit of Wash.
in(iiventbTs ehrft ush dity of November, anno
D nzi one thousand eight, hundred and fifty-
a n3e P dent: JAMES BUCHANAN
9 '3. A.rS ITu, Co'msainioner of 1.* Gen@al
d
Lan Ofice.
NOTICE TO PRE-E31PTION CLAIMANTS.
Ev erson entititled to the right of pre
-
ery p f the lands within the town-
emiptionbto nyoumeratedisrequired toestab-
lish time same to the satisfactiondidthe Reg see
andkRecei ee[ofh theopropesoon as pra ic le
ma pay I ad before the day ap-
t6eed >Pt m tement of the public
pale of iia.ds embracing the tracts claimed;
othilianstand cla m wil. be foricited.
MP9e 5ce.
See. 10.


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theP~rn tT NOTIo doe t h u


-?


A. J. MILLER.


- Nur. 20, 18'i.


The above saleis feastponed until the first. Certifiches of Packages I be -o--

on stegostponed until the first sol9t the full v rate nI k te r. O OfRces-231f BROADWAY, and
The above sahtis postponed until the first z 10 Qus1*ter '' 15 .5Q 'tWAIJ., S REE
1 bon rp oned isntil the first IN O DE NG T CKE110 6 monday in January next. End... e the money to our address for. tickets This Company Insures Buildings, 1erchan*
The above sale is postponed until the first ordered, on receipt ofwhichthey willbeforward. diffe, Ships, and their Cargoes, in Fort, Rouse-
Moqday in February next.' ed by first mail. Purchasers can have tickets hold Furniture, and Personal Property
The above sale is postponed until the first ezidingid any figure they may designate. *generally against Loss or Damagedby fire.
lifonday in April next. TVm. B. DAVIS, se'Thte 1 jr h sni me : el7dftC'btTo a 11 BO INEA ce e
Acting, Sheriff Brevard County. WM. JAFFARY, Secretary.
Mar. 5. "'"b, Purchasers will please write their sit GF
e naturesplain, andgivether post.officecouqty, Agent, St. Augustine.
auty,,, Remember that every prize is drawn June 25. *
Ind payable in full.without deduction. I CHOICE GOODS
IF&, All prizes $1,000 and under paidimme
. THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constant tately after the drawing-ather prizes at the NHOICE Ifame, dried Beef, mess Beef, mess
on hand, and for sale, liquors of the 1sualtime of thirty days. gi Party smoked Tongues, pickled Tongues,
following Brands: 014 Q. O. V. P. All communications strictly confidential- white Ben'ns, split Pens. *
London Dock Brandy, vintage 1848, Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to Jan. 21. B. E. CARR.
Blackberry Brandy, Cognac Brandy, Gibson & McKINNEY & CO., Savannah, Ga. ...
Sona' Fainily Whiskey, Pure Monougahela Whis- ggy,. A list of the numbers that are drawn WINES AND CIDER
key, Old Bourbou Whiskey, Rect. Whiskey, from the wheel, with the amount of the prize that '
American Gin, Pure N. E. Rum, Bohiedant Aro- sach one is.entitled to, wzil be published after F\HOICE CLARET, Cider, Ale, Peru...
matic ShuaPIts, Madlers 1Yine, Sht-rry Wine ,:very drawing, in the Savannah Daily News. Ly Lemon Syrup, Respberry Vinegar, i., u-
Cararet \Vines, of the best bran@, such as St Feb. 12 ger Wine. Cherry Braudy. ,

Irtee Ca il o h ux 1 1- liOi(SE RAVISH ROOT, li, EnCAhh.
ton's Bitters, Orgest &0. Me. LIVES, Capers, Pickles, assorte<.1 Catsups, COTTAGE BEDSTEADS,
G. BRAVO O yresh English Mustard, smoked Sahuan, > OCKI G Chairs, Bureaus, Mattresses,
Feb 5. so.ised Salmon, pickled Salmon, Mackerel, Her- : \; Dining Tables, Chairs.
ring, Gelatine. B. E. CARE. Jan. 28. E. E. CARR*
RAHAM Crackers, Indian Corn, Corn Mar. 8. I ch Mastard,
]( tarch. Farina, Out Med, Sago, Topioea' TOYS! 70 YS!! dbo. at ,a Oli an,4o.o eresh Mask.
8 ce lour Be 8 p ad Cheese, Mac- A large variety of Toys for the HolM erel, Herring, GodAsh, Asehori Sard

Mar. R. lik R. CAss. Nov. 12 T. N 2 Mar. as R.


MERCHANT TA ILOR
WOULD respeerfull informs if em a
u
.au<, which they may inve.r he n 11 u n.
on hand, and is always "PP. Li' INE arith
the most fashionable 4.*...::-, ... -a as sup ri. r
French black, blue antisi>rown Cloth s. black s. on
' n, and Fancy Unseimers, Venings, .cclc
All orderli executed in tite best style of work-
amnship, for clish only.

MEXICAN MUSTANG LINi.10-.e't.
11:UM rich and p-st.1, knJ as..l from n't cul-
ors, grates and conditions orus., we hear
the same meed of praise awarded this wonder ,
ful article. Sores are healed,.p on.* red r-6
lives saved, valsatle n:.invas ad uwft:( and
untold.111s asonaged by stis pitat medwine,
which is sup--; ing to the vagmen ci man.-
\\inst inese Joe re, a stauba al.
incut:- 1 a : 4 L 5. <
produs I b or ? 7 u:s,
.4.-- u a up.
a tra.r e a .0 qu de--
were of n U.ng
linike s I L
East on 2 / a-sa soud. Au aries
Europe, nd he Islands of the Ocean, lity at;
ence
LARNESAFAlpfPropristerslipt-Yak.
Mank 3d:
OLLINB Azes, 8pades, Shorela, Corn Hills... ,
OsabMag Railig.Curry 0@


CHOICE LIQUORS, &0.
OTTLEDLiquorspureformedicalpurposes
-do il 01 )1 rt dro Cleto. d
Champague do. Cider, Ale, Porter, Ginger
Wine, Cherry Brandy, Itaspberry do., Chohr's
Bitters, Woolf's Scianapps, French Cordials
Lemori Syrup, Raspberry Vinegar, Bay lium,
Champagne Brandy Holland Gin domestic
Liquors Holland Gin St. Croix Kuux, Juniaica
itum, Irish b hiskey, Lourbou IVisiskey, Old
P'ye Whiskey Feach Braudy, Apple to. Wipe
Batters, Ulives, Capers, Sardines, Pickles, An.
chovies, Herrings, based S.dinou, Pickled do.,
Mackerel, Shad, ac. &c. Ac.
Mar. 3. E. E. CARR.

J. E. MEDDOUG11
S selling Kerosene Oil $1.75 per Gal.
Crushed bugar 12 1.2
Brown do. 10 per lb.
Steam do. 11 per lb.
Goshen Butter 31 1-4 lb.
a is handless c. ur lb
Elephant, Oil for Laraps 1,25,


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Menhants' Hotel, .

CORNE11 OF KING AND SOCIETY
STREETS

CHARI,.ESTON, S. C,

. . 1
J. B. NIXON, y PROPRIETOR.

.
The subscriber having tel orA ghe above well
known and favorite Hotel, would beg lenye re-

Tec fully to bnform tljra it 11 to tt
1 on dw 1re-11 an.1st
comfort as a home, and.as a public resort. He
wanted also tale occasion toh I i
ox assistance, to repider their soj urnal the
"OLD MERCHANTS"
4asant.and satisfactory.
BOARD PER DAY, $1.50*
et, 15. Sm


god o a ndIrne. Te


$200 000,. -




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