Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: April 14, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00188
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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SHEREFF p SALE. LARGEST CITY IN Till: Woxirv.-If the GOLD AND COTTON. It is stated in the ills ENotisit Corrom MANUFACTORTES. A DiffiGult QueSMonAnswered
rtue of an Exoontion issued out of he following necount is true, London is no lon- London square; Reciew, just re-publish- -These numerous establishmouts consume "Cain any reader of Life Illustrated tell
, ,,\ .,,,, , , , <1 ger tbo metropolis of our planet. That dis- ed here, that the nett gold produce of Vic- more than forty-four thousand bales of cot- why, w);en Evo was manufac'tixred from
no dired ca e... .. .. ,,, ,, , ,, tinction belongs to the Japanese city of toria, a Colony of Australla, from 18 il to ton overy week, and employ half a million one of Adam's ribs, a hired rI wasn't
ILLE Ill DE V RY SATU DAY Giles et il. od 10, which a correspondent of the Bos- June 30, 1858, was 16,555,838 ounces, of workers within their walls, while four made at the same timeto wait 0 3 her ?"
r levie< n or and will ose for role at so ton Traveller thuidescribes: the value of whichbig sterling money, was millions pf persons in tly United Kingdom We can, easy! Bee se Ada
11",thililP, 191... 9 El. 8.. 11.. * ..... or sale the fol- aBut what shall I any of .this ;....r I 62,428,852. The nett quantity and val- depend on the cotton trade.for support. came whining to Eve..wi a :3 m never
ee oescribqdhot nd hroo n ell 804 t .i.,_.-1.F ofall cities ? A Yolume | neof gold exported fromthe the two Col. There are two thousami five hundred fac- ing t be 1 ....,3, a;n/.
MATTHIAS IR AND 4 U e third part of cor- is needed to descrijoit, without attempting onies of Victoria and New South Wales, stories in the kingdom, with tlyirt-- willinue .. 1.. rn. ...l...l {i he U.-
7-.ggaggypy,-sp 10,000 acresmore T 1. .. r. .f .1] framblerr 1851 toDonomier81,1817 in of p idles: onel throm Enndror1rl..........I . .... h- r.....r r ..1 11
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Year adver isers shall be limited to the .. I t...I I ab. 1, ... .1 .1 ... 3 of Interest, and main- bount sauZetecht alludes to the existence rudhous equb hundaud and .7.. Julnselt. .He never bron ht .... .
space contracted for. All contracts shall be in ,, , .1 1.....1, );ut I was howildered of gold in Australia. In 184), the Rev.- thousand one I hundred and ten balesof cot dozen friends to diane 13 E
,+-tir th more of tire xt....1 until the first ,,,g ,,,,,,,,,,,3,,i when I saw this. It is TV. B. Clarke detected gg1d when crossipg ton imported into GreatBritian, America any fresh pe..... _, ,,ar, ,j ,,
not properly I I until the first situation the western shore of this charm- the .r .... ... the westward of Para_ has supplied that country.with two millions was over I f r.. c. .. to.,3
to charged separately and also any excess of 8 and y ing gulf, twouty miles wide by twenty-four inatta, and addressed a letter on the subject eighty-six thousand three hundred and eleven o'clock to a "ward ti
4 ..... ... .... .. r ... I I .1. the num- abiov tle i poitpqued until the first long, to which the Lake Tiberius is nothing, to the Governor, but without effect. Nei- forty-one-that is five sevenths of tb# rabing for the out-and-out ma did e
outinued The als I until the first ,except in the sured foot which once trod ther Strzelceki nor Clarke had printed a whole. In other words, out ofeveryseven then scalded because poor dear 1 0
I iJollars will be charged for all an- M As in Apn 2ci I the first its shores. It stratehes for twenty miles word upon the subject owhen Sir Roderick pounds imported from all countries into .sitting up and crying inside the gates.
are.... ... of.Candidates for otlice, in ad- nonday in siny next. and more Morag a beach of a semi circular 31urchison put forth his grapd generaliza- Great Britain, America has supplied five be sure he acted rather cowardly about a
Contract advertisements payhle quarterly; Act ag, Shorin itievant unty, form, with its horns turned outward, 41 tion. Without any other guidance than pounds, India has sent about five hundred ple-gathering time, but tlwn that don
advertisement earn .. -- ... Ms. 5. along Mich a stroot extends, crowded with his own sugacious deductions from geolo- thousand bales, Egypt about one hundred depreciate his general helpffibess abou
blbeks of stores and houses, and teeming gical facts, this eminent goalogist boldly thousand, South America aue hundred and the garden He never played }.111. ..
One s pmee, ii>r six mont s,.six - 8 MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. with moving crowds, while shopkeepers, predicted the truth. In 1840, a year be- twenty-four thousand, and other countries por drove fast Lorses, nor aboked IT,-, r,
Adininistro- "' at .co n tropulari artisans, women, agd children seem equal. fore even tbo Calfornian discoveries, when between eight and nine, thousand bales' cigar smoke He never 10afed around
tion - - - - Idea, ever acquired thos.une I ** orous Withill doors and ht the doore. adhessingthe Royal Geological Society of In 1850 the tottilvalueofthe exports from ner grocerieswhilesolitaryEvewas rooki
aminis- 1 1 to the same number I L. -1 ...1, a dozen or fifteen miles might he Cornwall, he strongly recommended the Great Britain amounted to one hundred and little ()ain'is cradle at home In shot I
the M(est: n in| ern th so few rail added to the lepgth ofthe city in this di unemployed Cornish miners to emigrate to twenty millions five hundred and thirteen didn't think sh. w .g-, .:, y create f
.. ... mus e pa I heen stylgo., an oi st : ...i rootion. since there is nothing but an un. New South Wales and dig fGr gold in the thousand one buildred and eighty-five he purpose qf .r.... .. I 2= n] a
well .. broken succession of towns and == F I for debris and drift of 1.9 1.5 called the Aus- pounds, of which forty-seven millions nine ,,,} ,,,,- ... ...c. rr u 1

.s.. 1sin ...... . this distance which are as populous and tralian (lordillera, where he anticipated, hundred and twenty thoustn8 seven hun- ,,, ,, . 1 a
. jit well built as the city itself. from their similarity with the Ural Moun. dred and twenty pounds consisted of cotton That's the on ,:.2 ...0 need
FI L ARE . .. .. .. the "In crossing the city from the shore to tains, that it would certainly be faind in goods and yarus. Thusy more than qup- a hired girl, nod we wish it was the reason
the western outskirts, I have -- .1 .1 .. abundance. The visions revealed to the third, or .one pound oftt of every three that none of her fair descendiats did.---
miles and a half, and thou inoceeds.l ,, *** -1. of scisco have never rediv- pounds of the entire exports consists of life illustrate.
.. .... every - lorseback fortou miles more, making I ' ..iarkable fulfilment." cotton. Add to this the proportion of cot-
new line it no nile and a half n (!ie whole,,while ill bth_ 'the states that, in the ton which r.... ... part of twelve millions THE TEi.tSCgPE AND 101 SPATE

., dy not know all 11 ,s _,,, L. Instill. .t 1***- I ..r 1. rid f ..!li'!.-. .r ,,,, ,,?, :,,,,,, move a part-1 in thesh-p- ofini -.] -,.-1. While the i..1 ., ,, L us to s:.. 4. .
****. --- ---- t >r .4 o chy .- ., * *** I '---I --..1 E ..... Gi- L *.-...,Hu... ..4[,..:,,4._1, on in eveg. .r...a. roscope no e
rim lunuscheastjujit filro' TO TOURISTS AND 1ERCHANTS VISIT- orea equal to soven of the Now England mechanical inventions, the entire stock in andslops, Great Britain .1.u. .:. ..... .. I us a world in every atonic Fla. .
Erne enver usimor Plus a and velvet ING NE\ TORK (arming towns which wore usually six miles Liverpool had become reduced to one buz nually tryenty four milliousof pounds worth instructs us that this mighty globe, irish
110 ya, a .51 tn r-T . .1 J[@'f{L, square. And all is traversed by streets us In Smith lionians' "Cyclope dia of Co of cotton goods. The interests of every the whole burden of its people and its
an T a 1: et evlry thi ever worn 36:1 & 381 ambarewar any wide, well constructed, porrectly ness, meroo" (Harpers & Authors, IS38) so no cotton worker are bound up with a gigantic countries, is but a grain of sand in the vast
r om lawn 'that or n n who and cross:ng and other at right ag I curious statistics of cotton supply are given. trade wl4ch keeps in motion an enormous field of immousity; theot'wer, that crery
:0 up un. So hur Cornor of Franklin Strect' street linal with houses and stores as itis:herestated,'*thcearliestracordofseud- mass of capital, and thiscapitalmachinery, atom may harbor the tribes audfamilies
Em YouK. pactly as they can Lebuiltauderowded will ing cotton from this country to Europe, is and labor, depend for five seventhsof its of a busy population. The one shows us

e., moving and stationary ninsses as in our in the table of exports from Charleston, in .employment upon theslavoStates ofAmeri- the insignifloanoe of the world we inhabit;
ag, . PROPRIETOR. .. .. _. strootorNew York, Broadway, 1747--18, when seppa bigs were shipped; ea for prosperity and continuance, the other redeems it from all its insignifi-
at least for considorable distances. The another parcel, consisting of 2000 pounds, Philadelphia Inquirer. cance, for it tells us that in the leaves of
Posses advantinges which all travelers appre- population is estimated generally at three 'vas shipped in 1779, and a third slupment sacred Mountains. every forest in the flowers of every garden,
on t locjas princ a vi $ n s millions, which Mr. Harris, our minister, of 71 bags was made in 1784, which Eng- 1st. Mount Ararat, the mount upon in the waters of every rivulet, there a're
MEAL, 1UCKWIIEAT, onmosemell2 me <, j thinks is no exaggeration. For my part, land seized, on the ground that An erica which the Ark of Noah rested, and which Prorldseee ing will if a numb less as
1;CITER, well youilated; and being conducted on the Pelging frauf whatlhave seen when Thave co not produce qunutily so great. first overlooked thogravesofamined world. suggests to us that, above and be o e10ase
CITEPSE, gARD *urope a plan visitors man live in the I est gone mto the heart of the city, and crossed In 1701 the export of American cotton> 2d. Mount Noriah, the mount upon which that is visible to man, there may be regions
1:EF:P, ro PORK, extensive view of that Tiorld-renowned diaro- ing to add as many, millions more; for the 316 pounds. In 1800 it increased to near afterward, Solomon built the Temple. 3d along, and carry the unpress of the Al-
FISH, uguare, has won heautifully furnished fo4; the livin anovin masses secu from sunrise to 18,000,000 pounds; in 1850-51 to 027,- mighty's hand to the remotest scouos of the
PlcKLES, use of lad es, and the general armingements of Mount Sinal, the mount upon which the universe; the other, that with a
TRIPE, CATSU thelfouseare uchas to alfoid the greatest sunset, and everywhere the same, fairly 237,080pounds Intheyear 1850there Laws were given toMoses. 4th. Mount beneathalthatminutenesswhicht ai d
.sunit, 1, co at 1 ATIONAL IIOTI5L is con- seemed beyond computation." were consumed in England 1,859,838 Ilor, the mount upon which Aaron died: eye of man is able to explore, there may Le
TE4S, nected wit! bales of cotton, weighing 1,192,000,000 5th. Mount Plagah, the mount upon which a world of invisible beings; and that, cou'd
SPICE COFFEE, TAYLOR S CELEDRATED IMLOONS, SILENCE IN NATURE.-161S R Tetllarlinkile pounOS. 1110 Villu0 Of the 00ttOD manu- 1110SOS died. Oth. Mount Iloroh, the we draw aside the mysterious vail which
and very instructive fact that many of the fixturing industry of the world is estium- shrouds it front our senses, we might behold
t ON CTIONERIES, I xdt tel most important operations of nature are car- ted at 8000,000,000. Taking the popu- nature wloore Moses saw thoemurnin anth as no r I I.astronomy

. served in the Saloon nisi riod on in unbroken silence.. There is no lation of the world at 850,000,000, every ,Tezhol. 7th. Mount Camel, wherofire of a po nt, so small as to elude all the
PIPES, is acknowledged by ephures, to be su- rushly souncl whou the broad tide of sun- man, woman and child annuallyusescotton ame down and consumed the sacrifice of powers of the microscope, but where the
SOAP, pe as to hat 0.any hotel in the city. Jan light breaks on a dark world andfloids it goods to the value of serpty cents. Of Elijah, and where he slew the f>rophets of .Almighty Ruler of all things finds room for

spDA, with glory, as one brightwaveafter another the raw cotton produced, the United States o exercise of his attributes, where he can
rAILS, N. Y. MACHINgRY DEPOT, fills from the fountain, million of miles supplies more than three-fourths. The 111 da fm in sumnut of whicl8he laise a BROOMS, 222 Pearl FLUID' miss -191IL BAN K &: qA N NAN or groaning of cumbrops machinery as the United States, in 1859, is about 8100.000,- ghout and beautiful cedars, etc. Oth T
CANDLES, (SuccessorstoA. L.1LCKERMAN,) a etearthdvbMispel 01 BTt eand every 000 Mount Zion-the literal Mount Zion was sleep31E.- let I tu st a (
IlATES, STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS The great trees bring fopth theirboughsynd On Maison To FRANCE.-A letter one of the hills on which Jerusalem was and the sand rank .In all the actions a

AND PRESERVES LEATIVER AND RUBBER BELTTNG shadow the earth beneath them--theplants from Paris to the New York Express, clated built, and stopd near Mount Mariah, where man performs, some part of his life passeth.
Jan IL E. CARR. ,anuncTURERSANDDE.LLE11RIN11005 AND WOOD COVGr tkGIDSGIVOS with buds, and the buds March Ist, says: Abraham ogered up his son Isaac. 10th. 170 die qith doing that for which our
WORKING MACHINERY burst into flowers; but the whole transae_ The newly-arrived minister of the United Mount Tabor, the mount upon which Christ gliding life was granted. Nay, we do noth-
CHEXP GOODS. tion is unheard. The change hom snow States, Ilon. C. J. Paulkner, had his first was transtigured. 11th. Mount Olivet, the ing, Time keeps his constant pace, and
trierr 1. fi a of D and winter windsto the.blossolus audfruits interview with M. Thouvenel, French Miu. mount where our Saviour prayed, beingm files as fast in idleness as employment.
.. ... a .. 12 nounc" 1YEANUPACTITRERS ARTICLES, &0, and sunshine of summer, is seen in its slow ister for Foreign Aflitirs, on Monday last, an agony, and saying, "If it be possible> An hour of vice is as Jung as gn hour of
the r .3 .. .. .. ... Spring and out 1- development, but there is scarcely a soupd and will formally proscot hislotters ofered- Ict this cup pass from me," etc. 12th. virtue but, the difference which follows

a tq tell ofthemightytransformation. The ittotheEmperoron Sunday next. Cop. FlouptCalvarythomountwltereourSavio" upongoodactious is infinite frolu thatof
a . at very low prices. Tise as- a solemn chant of the oocan, as it raises its trary to the usual custom at this court, Mr. was crucified. This last mount in the ill ones. The good though it diminishes
1 e east /to si Ire:0mi .itio.. .1 591 1 o urCourt il x9 It a 1 unchanged ami tmeeasing 1 ice, the roa 0 a ne 1 is inaritted to a is ant lineo r I idtact a : sr t, dho ver, le n our me here, yet it lays. up a pleasure f

Court House in the City ofSt. Augustine on 1he breeze, the rushing of the mountain river, of the Corps Diplomatique. Every desire 5,22: a Look unto me, and be ye saved> taketh away with a plentiful return at last.
re nula s of each and every month, at 10 and the thunder of thoblack-browed storm; is ifinifested by the Ruveror's govern. all the ends of the earth3 for I un God, and AN I
. r . . . ...s ... ... ..a. ment to cultivate the mpst friendly rela there is none else." John ],lD: a Tho, own )AY.-The twenty-third of
5, .. <* is ....1 . MicI I ..7.. \'-, 1 Jusuee of the Peace all this is the musie of nature-a grant and tiont with the great American republic, next day John spoth Jesus coming rinto April has been fixed upon for the assemblage

HAVANA v. es soo nal-- rr aunioffo and it i to be hoped that solid advantages him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, of tl National Democratic convention in
NOTICE. us here. The mightiest workerin the uni- tons will arise from the new commercial \vhich taketh away tl e slus of the world. ston, t is the date on which Brazil

SEGARN! &3 "'"" 9 was is the most uno a N 01 n-on An Mn ,o v 00000 on the a co Waneu He a
persons having cla ms against is nit e tnto A Frenchman, who had: travelled a presolgative of the United States to nego. that whosoever believeth in him should not Austrians apd the Fregeb, the charter of
N RO GERO ror- the n w ,.4 aest in tie unites st-us, wing tiatea new andimprovedsystemof commer- perish, but have everlasting life." Connecticut granted by Charles II., tl.e
car tasno To l eeple b t (DENE T' SCORNER ) GEORC COLEE, Ad trator. "OI like ze contree ver mooch; mass 2t pleantime, Mr. Faulkner is preparing to 017 There is no greatcy obstacle in the Steele, Addison and Swift. It is also the

s/ . ,7: x it id30 t L c : 1 g on d er n my comreePz)e in insta hinisel apnedsrlais thu2 lyain this.cityb sr eolis(g ain life,, sinentrustin oifo anniversary ok 1, tear rthof Cervout
II. E. QARR. many religion! Oest drole!" Pitting the djgnity of his position, steadily to work and turning a ......i.;u speare.-Charleston Alfercury, SGth inst.



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..0, .:1,i :. .. en Arnold -Dodg- Py for iti heal

Tass. Be is not a man to be relied on.; under favorab
That "Arnold" in his name, is too ...IL, Ps. .. ,=1....
eant--toosuggestive of intrigue, treachery ent, 14c:t real
and shame. We believe he is not an to gl
corruptible politician. Give us anything tion ultimately
In the world but a traitor. Yes, in gov. permagently,
ernmental, in family, in social relations, the honich.

ye usanythingbut a slow-working, cov. . I .. chil
dastardly treacherousness. ulth, or desca
The whole coqutry will he on the psi owing to the g
vive for the issue of these important gath- trial conditio

erings-never, air.. 11..- dawn of the Re- He closes w
volution, have ra:- L.-- a held when more The bedebumb
momentous consequences'hung upon their 1st. Well vent
movements. A few days more, and popu- 2nd. 01ean an
lar eagerness will be satisfied-these movel 3rd. The bedd
ments will become matter of United States aired and clea
history---let them not add a disgraceful 4th. Fires and
chapter to pages not entirely s.. and-l...I not be kept in
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The Fair.
We are informed thit the Fair 11014 b
the ladies of the Protestant Episcopal
church on thoevening of Tuesday last as
.very suooossful. The receipts will cancel
the entire debt of thq Parish School I+ouse,
and leave an overplus in the ladies' Treas.
ury, to assist them in some other of their
benevolent undertakings..
The success which has attended each of

Florida Nows.
'ho Florldian Journal.mays.-Thisset-
eles tl a question. The Convention will
assemble /wre, and it will be the first Demo-
eratio State convention n thht has met in
Tallahassee since the admission of Florid:1
into tho. Union in 1815, a4d in fact the
only one Whco 1840, when AIr. Yulee,
then quito young and comparatively nu-
known, was isonsinated as the Democratic

Reply to a Roman Catholie writer,
who is respectfully invited, to re-
ten a lebeu ecttwil e <>

compTrison between 2:.. Cath-
olic suclPPotestant counties, in cer-
tainnerticutera. ,
Ourfriepaly condor, in his article of
March 31st., has wandereda long wayoff
from to belle France. We 4 .Ti 1.. .. .

rarjr Notices.
nismber of the L9;gienic
illagazine is at hand, and
has faithfully fulfilled his
last number, to improve the
rance of ifs successor. The
s very well indeed-the
graphy are clear and nion,
nie and Literary matter are
medium order. Southern

azine literature ought in all the several similar occasions this winter can
id date for Territorial Delegate to (
'on little time once mate, on his .. ...4 .. 1
ShilStril)O FOY til 8 One, His] speaks nobly for the perseverance oil onet aress. The Convetition of 1840, too, by then recall him to his self imposed tt.. L,
enterprise with theircojingn/ of tholadles'and for the liberality and large. the way, was the that Democratie Qonven- which being fulfilled we promise give
.:rialaid. 1 heartednessofthe citizens and alongers tion'aver hold in Florida. him "full satisfactou" on other topics,
. ..1.. ., Doctor Y: II. Talk. who have boon their pritrans. It only re- A Qorrospondent of the East Floridian, each in its order-
leave to inferni our tenders quiresthat the ladies should take hold of writes to that I 6 Str:-- 1. "Protestant :dissions," he says, "are
is pronounced as if spelled an center isend it willbesuretosumeed. The article, 11 ? L County," ,
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rul c coninunic d Victor f eat specific lue .

Emanue age ly attracted I y the n .(. .. Protestants give
stance I eite the swaysps bordernig on authorities. P. ,, a 5

,,,/ , to:. .. .1 re "Hunting Prairie,'' a ety miles below Lake eit C ile

of 2 turness Einbassy left on the 11th e rens sellies ide ed t ose ourA athohe --
The ex- uke qi Tusanny is propnring a skilled in metallurgy than I am. Med "Prot-
.,,,, , ,,, The Misenger writes of are town 0 churches ri .
, ,, ,,, ... in Hungary continues, and Madison thus:-It is not our disposition to 180 pg 5,
numerous arrests have been made. boast. Qgr readers will certainly bear us 1 ,,, b.
.Advices from Ind a report Use cotton out in this assertion, but the evidouces of of ha e aut C . . -
crop as favorable. thrift andadvancemeixt have been so plainly Fran .r . ,
visibld in our village of h:to, that it is use- 1 .

: o t 1 a less uttenipt to Foop the matter secret ut
sigh. I . t
'l'he French at was daily ..;ir, The near approach of thePensacola& rd
Lombardy I ... I .. 1 1 as poolb1 Qeorgia Railroad from the East and fposu
Itess towards .. ...1 l..I .. the in the West, seems to have instilled new life ,
.,,,i , and energy inte U. . Our holato- on .
.] thatuthe fore quiet god .. to e village. 5 h. .
commenced tbo evacuation of .
French despatch, explaining the I .
act ity br to an he tti 1 Sa y, 14[, I 9

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Later from Mexico. Govered, and a her .
311ralison emnmenood withdrawing his adist Church has you o u no a aq po ., gen a :
fdroes front before Ycra Cruz on the morn- 01 irith mF s ye in 1 2 e us tt ofmthils and not user wan ic .
ing of the 317t inst. .she forces of Ju:rraz unses. no there "own 900,000 United States. 1 can
,tereso nearly out of pgwderthus itisholic, about to receive a studiar touch inside all lica;hen" iq L-ndon, as at .. .1 BritishAinenea. AS/
ed that ifMirainah had remained longer, he out, with the addition of a fine new hell, unfortun::tely it woubl prove Great Britain, t:O
could b .. ..1 1 oit); Which has Ir2ca bought, and will behere housan. Half of France, says, the cool Rest of Eur L14
.., The : 1. keen purchased by is a few days. and aguelous Journal of F T:., ope.
Suarez, .. ( 1.1 .1 ... the service of the When t' ese church iluprovements pro are adied C tillolms are .... I I 1. Total in 7. . .1 ?
government. crampleted, we can thou boast three as France and Italy, Mail for it!-are hit In additi * * * I clen outs
respectable looking buildings for public filled with hapti:c4 Infidels. Those are of metalliferous would: r:. A 1.
Selling Pree Negroes. worship as any village of shnilar size south *-heathon" or worse, but they woro hapt ios bf silver ... .1; .... Arizqua, and
Nodroax, April 0.-The captain of the of the Potbulac., ed. Parts of London may be us bad us Northeria filexico soou to restore
British schooner Alice Rogers, from Jamni- Aside from the improvements upon Cogr quljor d < ti st< iff the equ thrithmin the supply of tbo }re-
onbound to Philadelphia, having offered to Nonse and Churobes, there are others ish. lbotestuat Churcims (Qunhors-a very clour.. ...I to enable us to pour in-
sell two froc negroes in Hampton Roads, New 1 --11 :up in all small seet excepted) require Buptism. to the chanag!,s of conunercy I 7 milver
was arrested and his vessel placed in charge directions upon the heretofore vaanut lot;.5, IIow do you show it not to have been ad- eqrral t(arid perhaps far greate than, thair,

?fthe authorities. and many of the old onosare being enlarged 11 cej w do you cstaldish "general OFgoki, which, spreading from qur shore,. 5

Congressional. and ptherwise improved. But now, 4-c(anous a hos moutonsitat is rapidly s in ulating the itidustry andthq
In the House, the joint resolution makin, The Pensacche Observel'Says:-We are us come back to France, trade of n ti 1 Te is not no from
flacon, Ga., a temporary part of entry,'wa indebted toF. 8, Bobe, Esq., for a state- This very condderate dipputent began the now\ -- .. .. ... naines of Call.
adopted; and tho homestend bill discussed. Inent af the amount of tax;ible property ati ilioa compare son betweenaf oo tan fornis that c oonfidefilly untfei ate those
TVAstysorow, April 6.----The Senate within the corporate limits of our city Ex-st violent tind vague invective ag:m -s results. J. I ,.....*,<. of ciurnobur,
passed fifty private bills. Of roalestate essio million, seventy-six thou- Protestants. He comparol(hlarch 3rd) and even e..* .. .. .an pure state,
sqi;d. nild oile hundred dollars; of shfe France and Itqly .with Engletd, 1stas, Wr....I. 1.. .4..11. occurred there con-
(cos$1UNICATED j pri.JpPity four 1,Ulldi'OL1RMilift000thousal 6, humi)GY of [Fufact? 748H, 0111.15 ng to 7,[,,,, I q, 1, [', [1,.4 .,, | I,..r ** LO.. they
un. Erwrom:-As the Eketion for Mill use hydred and futy dollars, on non air will statuulate production in..every silvery
an office will very soon take place, I sect We take the following announcement canoustands ip these throo cowitries.,, producing country, they inakeaall of these
you ilic mmes of two ;entlemou well suite(1 froin the Hyagem:1 deparcinent of the Zh- \feat once i et his a for. His learned tributary to us.
for the oill.:0s they are announced. Of rianna (Fly.) Patriot: statistia 1 .. ... 1 .: . . . D., ,,.. ... .2., a ,n [.1. L silver
Gen. Costuwniqu we have to say that ha MARRIED.----In Cainbellton, Fla., in " d. r so a I .... n n ..
i. ;.. si ..... of bi. 12 0, ,- n Loowledge- Store of Wills... 7 .... I .1, .'s 0, 0 i. ...i ... .. ( 3 ,al ..r! d' !
1.. .... .1 [title.... .1.ia b'outh inst.,bjJailli IT'1.1' (. [.1 inic ad I m.r .......rsearsth flin 624,*. d 1/[
Carolina. 110 is a stern and firm Soldier. Cherry, (nged I .. , ..1 1. had go r .. -0 n,--- ... :u. u.. u E
Of Captain. Lewiru, we ask you ouly to Gregory, (aged 13 ears. ) And nbw, what next?" No attfin .- production of copper. areb
ew Sea e"3 x ap e r pt tw es I to cS: El h 1

He is the num for the times Stern and which has been atented at pace March 10th., is wie held and another sub- deanagoguisn are defeated in heir presive
Jeterrained wa 2nuch military experience. F stituted in wsuch this 1s+iter, turnjug li .el to fasten upon the powers of the
10 consists in a combluation of cross burs entir trous the line decintroversy he l}au government, and, by destroying the gu:..-
"He will get the support of St Jobu's v.ith a longitudinal beace; the whole being la. marked out, murmuragently some- antees of the constitution, bre tk up, u.e
('ounty. His age (nearly Q0)is just about bolted together and secured ..1, I to the ing aixon ptism as France Union under whiph we now live and pro -
>>gi: frr ei to < < 0 15 .is t service ra odb Ad b man evat orm and an 1:" a t t great autle rt per. JInder its kneficient provisions man

Too youthful a pisuals (as a wrbef "' I ag a Sydney Journal," printed it New South is freeto dt-volopp his enterprise, his capt
the Standard lately restrked,) are ts .. . a 2.1 . I ... I detached. Wales! tel, his genius and his hbor, with suoit
quired to fill these high positions." A Sucapsuiox.-To our brethern of the 1Vby does he not go on as he stated he social -r.,.!..I ... as may be best suited
With Ga. CO.11MANDitR and Capt. Florida Prosy, we wo. 1 p. ... 0 _...' a 1 n a re w r es a to the community in whicit.he besides, the
LEDwren, we feel confident, that we will that, by wpy of courtesy; whenever adver- tries? climate under which he lives, and the soil
have men of age end experience, Youis, tispment occurring in onegaper, is designed Whether he discusses the subject or not, he makes fertile by: .. ..E ...( r... L.....s. -
they are the men. to be copied by others, or nother, that the we shall establish tAcan points as regards 'Yew York Heakeld.
COMANCHE. paper in which it origioutes shall math the Equdur EMuration; then we shall accept
his invitation, and speak of Mission and SLAug FICKED.UI AT BEA.-A full,
same ip thq copy,. senit to such papers, oi also show whift -the leading 2. 0 he.lic r. ... t..... v. II ...1 ar 2,,.2 .... ..u .
SLAVER CONTE.1NED.-The birk Lie paper. Th]s will save to all, a great doul nations of the world aroxo comparison with I c. 2.= a 0, I al.u e. s-an.... c
de Ouba, seized as a slaver several months of searching over the exchanges, and pre- cotestant nations, as to Educa- 1.1 1 ? =- I ,, L. as L ......
itgo an I carried inty the portoC Boston, V *.1- 1..**1,. which sometimes I Wealth &c. 1 ... I. ..0. ...2 r .1.- =asm a u.
has b8en condemned, as such by Judge occur in spite of scrutiny.-Standard, al det ,systernab! spopduliarjtra, t hort are i s$, its 1e vc el
Sprague, .of the United States Di trico The above suggestion is an excellent one; 25 years past is very imperfect when con>- then turned adritt.-Eig Est by of the
Court, after along hearing. and shall govern us for the futur>. pared with t(Tat 9( Prussia and other Pro. Oulf, 24th a t.

cause of electrical diffemnees, and the
Historical Sec re ts. breathing of poisonous material thrownoff
Ahighly respectable audience, on mon- from thelaugsand.them."
day night l.-', 1, c...i to the addressof We consider this subject so important.
the Hou. Budisquxx S.urpr, hafore in its bearingon health and longrity, and-
this society. The sqbject, ris herotofore within so imperfectly understood, that we
n,,n...ast......1, -., the charactpr arid* enreer regret we cannot make geogu for the en
of Nuno de Guzman, -1. .. .u 1**1 ** Iire article. The Literary matter of this
queror and Governor of another is variedlively and creditable.
and of Alvar Nunes Cabeza le 1 aca unt '1bc National Democratic Quar crly
has distineuished for his explorations on liedcw for March is on our table. Tim
this continent qud highurdy adventures contents, which 0 teno-rit.. wl si ow
Mr.S>urneasifined-hhrreniniks-r..11.1 r" that, itcont-ibs ...rr-, .4 ....r mostimisto
the eight years subsequent to 1628, with us both sectionally and nationally. .
the history of which it was evident he go y of the papers are powerfully writ-,
rfr Lly faudl a Hil ] c5ts t ty otca tiously

men we qpresentative of e ago. Too The @spending crisis at the South---
many of those conquerors, were eminent fo how to meet it.
ability andprowess, but were really infa blexic
mous for perfidv and cruelty. To do jus- Salem l itchetaft
ticato the 1-...,, or . present a faint N 1 8 th rl L
exhibition ofit, would require more time riv t s ablis im t vi t re Uni-
than is our own at present. On a future ted State
ocegonwe may attempt this. We should 1Yalter Scott
like muchtoread the address in print, bud
we would express the hope that the read- ,Aerial Navigation.
ing World may seem hale the benefit of Ancient and modern Orntors
anne Mr. SanTu's extensive historical Quarterly synopsis of our Foreign Com-
sesearches. mercialRelatious
Since the above was in type, we are Northeru notes from a Southern Sketch
happy to be able to announce, .that Mr. book.
Surru will publish in the EXAMINEn, a Archieves of Aboriginal knowledge.
transalationof the Portuguese narrativeof ....--: Satire.
this march of DESoro, continuing the This work is handsomely printed and is
translation in our paper from week to week highly creditable to the taste and judg-
ill the whole is completed. This must be mput of the publisher and editor. It is
to all sinost interesting phblication.] I receiving tery handsome encouragement.

g, ,,,
'1.. .
. ...... . I 1 I

or it lifree
which.dleots his ..- p

is at first athnost i -

oms sh ery .thing which would in
with the purityofthe
I be carefully excluded."
ro assails a practice which
ersal, especially in the case
children in,,the following

ce of piling in bed together
.. two to four, is abomba-
".coptemptible. Sheidea
.. .gxhalatious of another's's
, is sufficiently repulsive, to
r sis 1. .1-aches, knguid
d lad feel

M u
hfulness, a . .. "
le circumstances n Wintain.
whose systems are in differ-
atos, 1 e dng t 0011 u

y on interfered with, as to
nd it may be seriously allect
ore likely will this be the
dren are sleeping with ad
sed with. healthy persoR
eater differepee of their elec-
ith the following summary:
ershould be1
d neat.
ing kept sunned,
especially of coal shouk1
r ...el -r is unhealthy, be-


__ ~__IFS~

I .
April l4-1860.

A large variety of '. ..r Mr L..: it...n, <
Moy,,12 I NLL, if


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[[6- .Not ( 00 a.mill-
1.. sil I . 1.. .. ...l. ...a
I .. ,l... .1,< is I 1,,,,,, 1.
II. Is. .1... n..el,

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9pon v. the wind. ches ana



l!11'le'.1N lND F I [GN
'.' ill, E. th if IIIIO
SE advco-, I ak.



D. La.
isoS. a p -Er

uni -

.u : it i_ .. 4m


Perseil with G:.I.1 F.
p. LOO KE T,
F or $5 O 0 !


ach person

NO 3105
ro so

is. r

1.1.. I
they oun
as though

. goode will
or Lock-

n .

emedn 8 Goldnana 1 ..
Old 81 ch K

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Melodeolis, Basica oxes, Ac-

1 .... Aven v lieverer

3,,. ... .... ... It ... 3.1... . ., to avoid
..3 ..., ,s , 9
To? <* LL -1, ill e ul l No.)
?,tt. YORK.

esqAa cru 0:a st- A :"1. In 11: 14
alls... r I..I ,_ n., , L .. a .
Tel.. t litt: ar!.g I ,. ,,.,,,. , ..,3.4 a si .
8... 1, .11.: ; ar. L .... I ...I is /

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c ut .1. --

Lik I L 'I ,, r ... .. ..... I for lirigadie
Ti ,r nI ri. enealoftheDrigadeoonprisedinthe Iastern

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1hearu:. R r ae.

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I L qu..i. ,rs, r. LI TPAL.

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Yvirtue -fth r.,, ., ofthe

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r the 9th Re
of Wakulia count

lu.**( .1
*. Fr.p .
- *
**sli .7 11.h I
tee counties,

ti/* 1 of the Mili- Alar
o GFirstLieutenant undone

ery mi y of the 14 Beat Company in
1, 1,, , , ,, I to
. fr

eirn A Gold

n a ni acause obe let
L. 8.] Great Seal of tWe State of Florida.-

ozedatsGle C it dug oef c ANA A
A. D. 1800.

9 the Governor- Ute are n 2 oR rida.

March 24-1860. 4t: our

18884RORi0 0 RPleStOR, 8


The New and p endid wh
chase, E

FO (081111


1 t.... ... I oT

p. . I I -

on -- ** II

,,p 1 1 -- --- ------

-- - 1. or demands -
Cobb late of A 8 t tT e Planter Hotel
-4 ? I
I ,, cuttix. ,, ,. .
Feb. TT, 1800. 87 .11 u to

I 1

ha .
in., u3 .
1. . -.. -- -----
st"*. 1.1 COM 123 PP .
de wr ter in an exchange, can n imitates --- -- --
to foH w:ng hit of inf.mination obtainal Feb 4. 180 Phihd, /ph \Y J 1 8 tt 1 1
are she "morten htst. Ty 8 [ 1 1.
lish of widst I took to or pre eyes was Eledece kinas Jaques BrooM
as .1 to ina, which, upon to g, I was
ur dsed to 1:urg containqd no fr The , /
lure with whie\it \yes prepare and the Count will a, name that I he e illed a Po- FOR T II E
to on in line C rent Court of HL ohn County.
Trifline east of itsuieteriu!s,. .. ..... .. I leave to 1.011 the aliowing Heal
for unlk-s my t4ting ap- I (ch said John W 3 Crabbs$ I. STEAMERS
aratus del ived :ne, as it is up usually =, W. ( of 80c 11 it.14
want to do, it * ". a tip P rub nd 1(. W of Sec. 20 and N of Soc. 30 I
stitute for apple sauce, stpphy butter to unto .. . and . Y. 4 of sec.

2 a citti 1 at that so to thin : Its q. 1 P. *

pintofanolassesfromfivototwentyouts Itos, 11enando v cited to ba AND
necording tr its consistency, thogs add three nd pp St Jol us on and ft

nin,:md 1li e 130 ni Octobernorttopuswe:t F\111 i S,
onever, when sea n witil a ntitine/ of Aprfl 14---1800, Ed:nEa strator TVILL ISSUE TICKETS TO ALL PERSO

sn. to no or come a on stormst .,;.. .
-The 1 ondon correspondent of the Now R JOHN COUNTY, Je andretu
Turk Herubl wsites .. r st .. .. .. 4 4 moolingof the Boardof County Commis tl & 20th . i . I:.1.
Great Britain hs ... I """ a City 9gyman -mi riel 5 Agcuts
tan illion of i. ap r tu R : Ive h it 01 a president of tbo Fernandina. .1 a -. I 20.
-. a on . 1 .1 .ul Les se td.o KLANTA 191EDICAL COLLEGE.
A convention o .. ... I . . r Env Yedrs for the ITE SIXTH COURSE OF LECTURES IN
to a senable at Chgilestoo lu ing the session 1 s, to commence from Tills Inpitution, will open on the First
of the 13msouratic nation 1 obvention. the 10 of Tune ne t, subject however to such r"I 3.1.i, in 81.1, DI I so

y . ar, 1, E .. .. 1*... ... ice, R. . ,,, a /ts t1 .. "l. \s, M. ., of of Chemistry and
J., ... _,,,. . L, Jr .. .. 1.. work th 0 1 in vote or .01 n .
r .\.... u. . n r + r tr..t...
the spec al , , ,- , ,
E- a 1...- .:. I.. 3 1
up Pr 0, 1 its 1,,,.:.-.1 1. t 12. ha : L.:..r .j . .. L.- charged fog 4.,,,, ,, .. -
a (n.. ar 1.... I Li [1.1
Horse and eart- 6 ceuts. J. i* i I I i l.,
vb -- as '.'..*.** .' L --L medien} "For2WheeledVehiclewithsIlorsesoccuts. ,,
4WheeledVehiclewith41forsel2cents. n , ,,, ,, sq ,, .t ...
a man says that thpse ladies who milke it a a Beef cattle per Head 3, cents, (or any Islediceand Medical Jurisprudence.
business to trouble dry goods elgrks and a cattledrivehinforaZarketthessme toll.)
wh( tobecalled couu- Horses driven in per Head 3-cents- Practical Anatomy conducted by the Prof. of
neverhuy an thing obe a Mildi Cows belongitig to the pitizens of Anatomy.
Torirritant theCity (free.") Clinical Instructibn given asherdi tofore,



throughthe course.

to inlDi ig Room, good
Matriculation ticket (t a once only,) $5

required only once,)

Good - 1 .1 -1 = 1 El per wee .

Artsixts, +., March 8L-1860

1 V et1u701 ri lu el 01natto1) rne diroot d

front of I edlity1 0; 1

i to 426 i tterest wh ch Jose h S.Sanchez
arts a traest f IB adue g s3n ndif

ded half interestin 643,04-100 acres coisfirmed
to said Bartolo solana lying in T. 8. R. 28.
Shefi(St. Pohn Qo. .
April 7-4460,




II -1 c. John Thouris, Bishop of
Salisbury, EU !and, wassmarned four tunes.
The tnodo on His wedding ring at blafourth
Luarrut 1 < telem five.\,

Why don't you owne after cold victuals
s us 1 quid altid ato a

speeses of chanty. ** Father has joined
1110 Torn nee (11My d we have war"

od who hath done singular thing: for
... good, inay indeed justly expect that
we should 3 -sp. =0* 10** -. .... Lis*glory.
A pyp,., a ].<.Jo p alar .r, 2;roamu
to his favorite, sighed out, "Ah, Sainbo, I
ntu golog on a lotty jouriley." "Never
mind, Innssa," r d.3 rin. DOgYO, 90pS0118gify
aggyllolds *Ly. hill"


Pres. Board Cou sy C rn asioners

P. S. The Conditions and obligation requir-
ed by the 1k:ved can be. Enown by application

deleble Ink. Sm.
T LACK nd Red Ink. Letter, Note, and Sta-

pril 4--1860. B. E. CARR,
Hermetically Sealed

ASSORTED Meats, Ducks, T k2s a
April l4-1860.
SGETAliLES, Pens, Corn, mCARR

2tpril l4-81sso,

ORTER Cider, Choice Claret Wine &0 &c.
$. I CARE,
April l4-1860.


13 .1- i
I a I
I 1 I L
1.0 0.. . .
1 ,,1,1... ..i nt..
II 1 2- Charleston regularly
1. ,, .. ,,,: ..

I 1.. ekso ille, utd
... Im.1... theSt.JohnsRiver

A eats a .* i -,,. 7 1

Savannah-J.P. Brooks.

AI cl> d-Cl2rleston-E Lafitte &3Co.

I Gum Drops Rock car &0 &0.

April l 1860,

DINES, A aboves, Cepres 01tE ARR,

Or eOr neer, mess
sn p edPTongues, pickled Tongues,


, p., s, Pickles, assofted Catsues,
On I. Mustard, smoked Salmon,
soused Salmon, picided Salmon, Macl.. ri if ,
ang, Gelatine., B, E. e .

_::~. 8 .1 .. i .' I-.1.~ : - L. -

__ __

_ __ L_


Xper n'.r ,

Jan. 2i. c~. j~ n

ar~OC :l5 T Cie-4~ I CP< r

1i~o.20 Ctir IDB 4 8 ,
106 1-- 25 17. 7' T\t "

ReIl iiabl borders, frm he Trado li r
TeerpJtmlaan lietint B.E n

~~~~~~9 do :lL1S 10 Oies, rl Street, Pn. Y.
Keosn e is a ls to be. obaiedatth Mn
ufbIActres Pricsr, of lld n th ork, W ole-

mark o1l'lfarn the t Kosn~e Ol, Co, 'and oall

s~loul ~trradelli mark u or other ol-
Oct. 15. Chm-

are 31

Gallons 81."U Larnp .1111:. Sh's..15, nt r...h...r als.:. f l....1, Spelto 0.1, .91.. as, 1:na.II.
&co a Sale El IA B. I c..LIll.:
--------- --

88111111000 ProdsitHS
OATS <}00. *
or Sale at B. E. CARE.

R y & Buck s heat.
Any gygby7SACKS
For Side at E. E. CARR'S.
March 31-1860-
eq imore' -

ushels iof*n 150 BagsCorn100 Bag
J of Oats, 2Q0 Bh1sFlour.25 Bbls Park
bl abas Lard 800 Packages.
March 24-1860. B. E. CARE

FFORI $8111 OF0.
lowest Prices for Cash*
reh **3-1800. B. E. CARR.

OICE ,bianch Rai'sins, Citron, Currants,
Dates, assorted Preserves; Jelly, Ginger,
ried 'Apple, Almonds, Pecut luts, Brazil
Nutig'PeaNutsEnglishlYalmits, lichoryNuts.
Jiin. 21. U E. CtRR*

ST. LU U. 8 3E 18 11 Ll . IE 860 -

BT virtue of a Warrant of arrest issued out
of the District Court of the United States
for the Northern District of Florida, agagust
, the schooner Mary Louisa, her tackle, apparol,
7..rnnyrepu J nual;r. upon a Libel filed on th
.ulm IIr unle..I .ud Court, by J. P. Sanderson
Esq., -oetor, for Henry 8, Wells and -Alexan-
der {..Berry of Greenport in the State of N.
York ut a cause of contract, civit and maritine,
I have seized upon the said schooner Mary
Louisa, her tackle, apparel, furniture and
freight, and taken the sameanto my pospession
and custody and that the return day of said
process is on Mondity the 19th day of March
next (1800) at 11 o'clock, A. M. at the Court
Rouse in the exty of St, Augustine at which
time and pl.u.e la L.:.u-ine of said cause willbe
had." 1:.'E.' DL.lci(PLillN. U. 8: Marshal
y Ge.. J. Zehubaur Dep'ty.
Mar. 3, 1860.



6 & '&[10(

(Formly II. P. DEGRAAF
No. MBOWICRB..lerW Bor
Thisc rishlielgr.ern ta.six stories in.haight. anti
inkingit one (if the
in ide Ulkited States.
They irre in-epared to offe grgal inducoments;
to the Wholesale Trade, for Cash or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of

Also, C.1NE and Woon SEAT work, all quali-
ties; this, 11ox and SPl!L1G 111ATTRESSES, IL
in sets, from $22 to $100. '
Jenny Lind and Extension Post
5 feet wide, especihily for the Southern Trade.
Their facilities for manutheturing'defy com-
No Goods Retailed on Time.
1%farchl0-1860 3m.

FrtSil POCErieS.
UST received a fresh supply of Family Gro-
series at


et. 15. BOARD ER DAY, $1.50 Sm


m sent use.1 .:.vaican of
*.*. t:1 8 .rn. U Illines..n 11.-
:.rmer- propriot.:.r, .:.f time Unn-
.: .)...I ..nuite. i*-'l**.
Q cal /.1 lds. li 1 a b 1 I
rendy to greet them in his usual style.
Jan. 7.

4 AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
-1 river East Floridaisnow open
for the reception of Boarders.
This Hotel has recently begu
builtilnd nev1y furnished. It is on the East

go s'. ::":i';1:2.Tit:Mill'lo-
(now being cod tructed) connecting this point
with St. Augustine. A hne of stages will leave
St. Augustine every Thursdyty for Tocoiund ro-
tunni ad on tiedeveryFriday untilthe

Applicants fid board will please apply to
J. W. SNOW, Tocoi &14
D 10 1859 s
ec. .




Transient Boarders, $125 per day.
single Rooms, attic, ., 4 50 par w k,
Single Rooms, 2clStory, 6 50
Single and Double Rooms, with fire-places,
eligible situated, will be treated for.
Extra 19Eeals, BT '. dents. Extra Fires,
o ut.5 oe s.
\*0 and one oilorsn pace.
Oct. 20.

To thcFhysic{a. s of the Sou(heny States.
I am now supplying the trade with pt re cog-
nac Brandy, in bottles, both for medical and
private US8. The intmellSO SucceSS Pluth has
crowned my efforts to place to pure Gin within
the reach of all, under the nsuse of Aromatic
Schiedam .. ..1m.s).j..-, and to drive oth of Ilie
market. the pernicious compound sold as Gin
throughout the country, led many lending drug-
gists, apothecaries and medical inen, for some
years past, to solicit me to pursue the same
course in regard to the article of Brandy. I
should hilve complied with these requests from
all quarters long ago, but was deterred rotu it
-the fact, that owing to the exorbitant, prices
of Brandyin Franceconsequentupon the short.
ness was no chance of my being able to import the
choice st handy. bottle it and sell it, at mode.
rate price. Fortunately for me, the grajae crop
for the last and previousyear(and the pi'ospect
for this) was abundant, and prices of Brandy
have fallen to the standard of ten years ago._
The duty on Brandy is also seventy per cent
lower, and I have now made arrangements
with f up Brandy exporters iri France, of ill,
highest repute, and am regularly receiving coni

and c..a ul..: al. -s the Brandy so bottle by ine,
as the191ro, unadd torated article, an it will
he found, when tised as a medicano, a average,
of* n, cordial, healthbil and invigoratin It has
been a maner or ugiversal complain, that a
bottle of pure, unttlixed French Br didy, was
Yery diflieult to obtifin, and the purch ser, ume
timesin ten, was deceived with a vile manufac-
tured imitation.. Of all descriptions of ardepr.
spirits, Brandy.frargits high pricy has been
one ass...J. tic.T mixers ,and belldre have,
turnelith--w.ments. r..,nal-in;llions ..f gal-,
lons of theso-called rench Brandy have been
scattered annually through the layd, and have
been the primary cause of murders, suicides,
cruelties and crhaps, and have sept thousands
to an early grave, elf-destroyers, ifom delirtun
tronibns, mania-a-potu and 3Iorrorsi, names un-
known, until unprincipledgien began to make
maddening compounds and sell it ks the pure
French Brandy. -
The virtues of pure French Brandy need not
be told by me. They are kdown throughout
the world as a medicine or mild stimulant. It
is, as the French nation poetically all it "Enix
de vie," the water of life. But, this applies
to it only when pure and unadulterated. Man-
ufactured with thefourfulingredientsulat make
& gOOti 11111186011, it becomes a death drink to
1111100011(. tens of thousandS Of Our TROB. TO
remedy a fearful evil, I have commenced isn-
porting Brandy, bottling it, and selling it as
"Wolfe's Genuine Cognae Brandy." I am
daily receiving orders from the druggists and
apothecaries in all parts of the Union, to sell it,
for medical purposes.
No. 22 Beaver Street, New York
ag., Agents in New Orleans: E. J. JInt &
Co., A. D. Grieff&(Co., J. T. Moose & Co.
Nov. 19 .. out

UST discharged from Sch. Adratic from New
York. Choice Goshen Butter, Frovisions
Apples, Potatoes, Union, Buckwheat, assorted
Crackers. ^ 11. E. CARR.
Dec. 17

This Company Irwitres rail g-, 3{< :1..n-
dise, Ships, and their Cargoes, in Porr, (.:.1.:<-
11014 Furniture, and Personal Pioperty
generaupwainst Loss or namage sare.
JOHN BODINE, Vice President.
WM. JAFFARY, Secretary. .
Agent, St. Augustine.
June 25. ,


am now prepared to offer to my old friends
of this Auclent cityand"St. Johns county's
most splendid assortment' of titil did ruiter dry
goods at very low prices for ensl1 or city ac-
ecpteds atdsixty anddn n yf I u
11iends accompatiet with the cas will be
In-omptly attended to ith great camagad bitten-

to 6gitve to tith i
a p 1 tl rento tl ux- jtts nti to grve ens

pm*c isedlo etd asti ter 0 two i ars
You l I
sortm tooticre a Ust of a few of my la go as~
:.:.u r.c ..t Excuth Ip...ud oil..ll., Dos. -1..0 Co-
sus. f Jet 1 lull, b.nlineIts and k. ,l ,an
.'lm0.1 i.'lurl., Lancy Cass.nsers, indies (.'lull,
Menuussi,0pigan-donia'pidn Delanim.'t
gery Bh.ukets. negro DI:2raketL EnelLib blesi-
.ms.--, 7.lutansw ithsulats. Nu-ro 1:< y, Mers-
I.sicia 15mri, L:..h.- in.I II..---:i ilus, GenIs
illerino under Shirts, Fancy 010aks, Mourning
Delains, Gents Mering half Hose, Fyouch and
English Cambries, Red and WhiteFlannels.
Nov. '

A 004 ASSOffmeHt

. OF




1 Prize .0f I 000 is so 00

1 10,0130 is 10,000
1 '' 5,000 is 5,000
1 '.' 4,000 is 3,000
4 8,000 is 2,000

1 1,100 is 1,100
2,000, are 5,ooo
.10 500 are 5,000
2 .'' 400 are 800
2 =* 800 are 000
2 200 are 400
50 150 are 7,500
100 <' 300 are 10,000
4 Prizesof $200 approximating to
S60.000 prize are 800
44Prize of 150 approximating to
4 .0.0 0 prize are 0
Oz of 1 *( I ... Un: to400
4Prizes of do approximation to -
4,000 prize are Sq')
8 Prizes pf 60 approxiqutting to
3,000 prize are 4to
8 Prizes of .5*.1 opproximating to 17-
2,000 p., e we 49,0
8 Pr of di pproximatmg toSS
. 1
8 Prnes of 80 approximating to

400 s of I ze roxi in to"

'li, I Irizes r eare.... . 25

25,828 eating to.......$366,04

Whole icket $10, Italves $5,
Matters $2a0*
The numbers from l to 50,000 correspquding
with those numbers pu the tickets printe(1 on
separate slips ofpapey, are cucircled with small
tin tubes an< placedin one wheel-
The first 14UPrizes, Busilarly printedund en
circled, are placed in another wheel-
The wheels are then revolved, ana .. stymber
isdrawnfromthe wheelofNumbersmidat the
same time a Prize is drawn from the wheel
of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is
drawn from th$ other yheel. The number mil
prize drawn opture opened and exhibited to the
audience, and registered by the Conunissioners;
the Prizo being placed against the Number
drawn. This operation Js repeated ruitil the
prides are drqwn. qut. .
Approxin1lation Prizes.--The two
preceedingand the t\vo succeeding Nuibbers to
1 1sle e 1t

Prize, thosas 'tial obe numbered 11248; 1120,
11251, 11252 will each be entitled to $200. If
Ticket 5... D'*" *1, the $15,000 Prize, those
ticket l.un.I <.....1 I'-, o40, 551, 052, will each
be entitled to $15 and so on according to the
ethove scheme.
CoriliOortee of Packages I be
soldst-la.. l..ll.....m ratee, whion is therisk:
Cer. of i:.1la thbal.:'litio-t:.. El .
-- :R ** 10IInu. Lu..
.. .. lu0ames.:r 15--
" - 19 Eighlh 7.50
Enclose the money to our address for tickets
ordered, on receipt of which they willbe fok-ward-
ed by first mail. Purchasers can have tickets
endingin any figure they may designate.
Thalist ordrawn numbers.and prizes willbe
sent to purchasers immediately after the draw-
A Purchasers will please write their sig-
uaturespfain, and give their postoffice, county,
ag,, Remember that every prize is drawn
and payable in full without deduction.
ig., All prizes $1,000 and under paidimme
tat.ely after the drawing-other prizes at the
usualtilne o(thirty days.
AR communications stridyconSdential.
Address Orders for Tickets or.Certificates to
McKINNEY & CO., Savannah, Ga.
A list of the numbers that are drawn
from the wheel, with the amountofthe prize that
ach one is entitled to, will be published after
.cry drawing, in the savannah Daily News.
Feb. 12

LIVES, Capers, Pickles, assorted Catsups,

some absthl 2, I k on8,TI or I
rlug, Delatime. B. E. CARR.
Mar. 3.
A large variety of Toys for the Holidays.
Nov. 12 T. NELSON

ILL le sold on the firsLMonday in Au- t

ity slust sexd,' etore 11 carirt flouse it ,ill'
so*muchthereof abwilipay thpS Le undcounty
Taxes and experipes due thercon for the year
1 po, by the hei s of Mrs. Lawrence, to wit:
/ se pridivided half of a tract of la'nd -sigxated on
t to North river about 10 milds North of St.
Augpsiine, bounded on the North by tracts of
H irnah Smith, F. P. Sucliefand publicknds, t
at d a ptu1bHe 1 ddJ "hs% .

9*** 5. 8. R. 29 E. and according to the i
, ver.n one ....v. conomens use.,sson
acres. The whole of said tract has beeit h'efe
totore assessed to wm. Travers, a
A. D. ROGERO. Sh'if & Ex-off. Tax., t *
Assessor & Collector St. Johns County. .

TRX Coll80tOT 8 8816.

7, tb a Hie E M dyoof M
Uzgustine, the followingpropqity to pay the
In anti mu a y in s andh senseDeuFooduran

to wit* a Lot opposite B. E. Carr's store; a Lot

"" co

711 6 5.014 bef thii'C'q ush ador
8- 1 utell. we on the flfl...raday of
.Jdu ''the 1 0 lig'"pro.e rV,' or so
uns ., p. e- re. r r 1 : by to 1, De r...ngs. to un;
one n...n ornt ore of usd, North of New
g ,,, I,,,,a,4,,,i North by Ormond's lands
91.00, i..s L*nmen..r t's, East by theriverWest by
public lands.
. TycollectorotVolustacounty. .
The above sa e is for the purpose of perfect.
ing the title.
Nov.12 P. B. PUMAS, Agent.





rae so or naving taken use an o won
known all 61 th Hotel, would big leave re-
spectfully to inform the former patrons of the.
House, as well as the traveling public, that he
has thoroughly repaired and re-furbished it,
and made many changes which will add to its
comfort as a home, and as a public resort. He
would also take occasion to assure them that
no effort will be sp pred on the part of himself
ol; assistance, to rouder their scgourn t the



1010 F OR'fES.

T. II. Chanibers. Piano Ilanu-

fop*nkl]y Du ois et Stodart, and Dubois
Bacon & Chambel -.) '
Warerooins in the "Bible House,"
Cor: SthStreetia 4th Avenne,

3 (?::: 3, t"7has@f
nB e ora circular, with dperiotionof
t ea a e of price Sm.

The School under the careof
e Ar rt 1jown v 11001
for a session of ten months. Instructions will
he given in English (including higher Nathe-
-mdies,) Latin, French and Music.
St. Augustine Jn'y 28, 1899.

e, "

I <
A ounce that, having made. great improve-
zi uts in the manuthetitre of Kerosene, they are
udy enabled to offer it to the Trideik
,The attention of customers is respectfully
alled to thp subjoined table, the result of a.
b ountd a nin ,t, and aded e

1 G.

808 Broadway, New ork.
fter MaU. 1st, 1800 at 50 BR WAY two
doors from the St. ichol Ilotel.
e .
The Stereoscope is the most 2nkiiuctive, in-
eresting, entekfaunng, amixsing, and evang

f e tno a 1 /, none too old, none too
ntelligent; none top uteduented; to ackhoir
.... worm anamens,.
No home is com) ete without it, and it must
nd winversetrate cveryphere.
It presents to. tr new -every pail of flie
Y'orld, in.all the lief, boldness, perspectite,
and sharpness of etail, as if you were>n th<,
Photogrwpherit are everywhere m:.:ploring
run>dpe, a aeat taijAssumes ei fse h {ht
skillare intranti enrichingou r Yi w

ei in Plarid, Lon1don, n I.

Switzerlan The Rhizie, Vei 8 Inou
Fmdainb al it i

I p ej ; .he -a
"e a le of M 5
b uld to in his AP'niging roo
que a c.1. Insp. mth a ny -, chouji g "'-3,tra.I..r 110 -a no 9. -
res.sue.n.I. Le r
.1nil...g1 Instant.ane..b orce *Pe Views
,,a.- 11,.- br.. I lisoups.=l In. ....mi.r. They age
I .I. as a sl., <.1 ..<...o.l.:.nni every-
thing no:matter h ,p rap .11 st la .1 1... requitag
is depictgel no sharply anti < a-r su. II,\.. at it had
.any. -runs .trdst. 'lut-;tu an..J-primint
I alue, .r 19 th -**mini-- ..I manm. ar,- 0 as, pe- :*
L trru or life ..r..I in..u..n. '1 he pr..-
cess a e.:.. ry of our own, and bei un-

CS. to et
0 .1

Sterdoscopic Illustrations.& the n the
("1", ",' "E "",'f
will be found in our catalogue.
Our entilogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address bu receipt bi a stantl*
Parties at a distance sending ne $3, SG, $1 ,

$1 10}$* cods -e g > i a U.
Express. 4.>
views alone, (without instrument) can be
sent byannil.
Parties who wish to be advised of everything
resily valuable in theliba thi.t comes out; immy?
gendus their nalites to place on record, and we
yill keep them posted at our own expense.
1\len of leisure wilitiad Photography a most
fascinatihg and delightffil mousentent. We are
prepare(1to lit ..o,ss.ass, will, ol.
cessary r tI. -, ... .... .cs
3 xa 0
1 l*ori..r 0.1 Shut .ca .ss ni t 1. .. I 1.
31u r is1-grus....-c...s.. ...wl .vtEset-u. s., 1 A -
9 is n. exeyne,11..1, .1 11.0,
.are re pe. 11.. 17 iris n...I Is. in st < .0 1
annuation of our st.... Is, .12 ,ur li
trade yill be liber 1.
To Ph od ga ph or -Fe 1-
[fa [ s, so a 12 as i
<.1 Nepu .*,
Alar. 8 du

,, LX r J.mi DL1.10 SALE OF

6 0 LD 50 0 K E '1 80
A GoldPencil with Gold Pen attached
For $5 OOL
WORTH F110M 82.00 TO $3.00.

AFTER Two Years.' rofitable experience in
our present mode /'disposing of nor Jew-
elry, i&c., and fiom the universal enufacil..n
given to all who have patronized our house; me
jake pleasure in saying that we now consider
ourbusinessfairlyndp finanentlypstablisheti.
we wishitunderstood thatasis use Lottery,
but a fair and legitimat6 sale, in which each
purchase gets Use value 6f his or hei uner..:\in
TAUllED, OR AGOLD OCKET, 1 orth $5
each; whiclf cannot belio htat, ally:Iettlilstore
for the same price; angin addition 6 the pur-
chase, each person recertes a Fremlyki of Jew-
olry, 1 in value than $2, and it ma' be worth
SS, 5,efi 10, 15, 20, SU; 60, or even 300!

We a ex nS E 'whatPre-
InitrdPI .11 receive 69 ere sending his money.
Any Lady or Geq lemgn des2ring one of tl e
above articles, egn first dead us their name at &
address, anal.I.g-m br iber they want the Penal
and Pen, or Loclyet, and we will make their
selection, ,nd nicall. menu hi return mail what
Premium 1.ey 'are ensp {eil ny. they can then
Lase he pn. itege 01 nea.1m; ha st at ILey
a On 1 frogs for.g experience it the abov .
usiness, ban neral seen
purchaser can. ,or trade I asli
tor all they coq him, and semiu the Premini
2' *
If, however, gny person s he.uld .feel
to send us they inoney is, advance, I lin
Tely upon being as fairly dealt with as though
Ibey had ma6de renous application.
'Any person seedlings $25fogour goods wil
recqxve a Pencil and Pen mudPrimium, or Left
et and Premintd, free.
L For ruliparticularasonsfor a14.211n .1ren,
origicket ,
: Among oar Premiupsave articlessuAble tor
Ladies and Gentleme27, sunb as
Gentlemen's Gold aiid Silver Watch-
6'rold Vest and Guard Chains,
Gold Sleeve Buttons, .Gold
atch Wys,
Gold Shirt Studs-plain and with settingki
Gold Scarf Pins--new style; Gold Breast 1
Pins, Gold lfings,^&c. &c.
We have Gold Watches, FlsWentirie, Mosaic, Gold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet list Coral Breast Pins.
and Ear Rings, Gold.Bi'abelets, Gold Sleeve
Buttons, Gold Belt miles, sold sings, ac. &c.

cor fianostmelodeous, Musical Boxes, Ac

re11 e eptionable reference a given wheneve

N. B.-IR Sending your names, write -the
State, County andTown plainly, so as to avoid, a
letters being miscarried. o a 1
Address,1ANGLE & CO.,
102 CANAL STREET, (Old No.) 4 -

City of Savannah Georgia.
---o- .


. Tickets 081 $10. --
If AL\ (LillTI I S. D IllGHTS IN
81 <.ri .*(if IN .
a ,-, z
TO B DR.1 115 L'.L 'If SA TERDA J
Cqps 58, to 110 Dipurn .1 an. 7, 1860.
Class 54, to 1 Drawn Jan.14, 1860.
Class 55, to be Drawn*Jan. 21, 1860.
Glass 50, to 114 Drawn Jan. 28, 1800.

On the Plan g Single Numbers

fifty 1 lO}ISRR(1 00k6tS!


,,e~,, -o-- ~p~


sCejxis g Kerosene Oil
Brown do.
- Steam do.
Goshen Butter
Coffee 71bsfor
Adamantine Candles
Elephant Oil for.IAqipps

01.75 pler Gal.

per Th.
11 per lb.
31 1-4 lb.
$1,00 a
30c.per lb.
3.25, &e

NNEYS Cash Store.

Ost. .15*

ggg*o*(g g(gfe (offgy

a .
For the benefit of the-
. o JAsyn couNTY, a camA,
Authorigd by Speelal Act df l eg'slature
20828 PRIZES
... :
IIcKIN EY & 00., Manarers

iT: s. se draw n 1 liedx der the sw I upder n-
Isar purpose, in the


PR 88a
Four Horse TroyCoaches, Carriages and Light
Wagorm, aH connocGp widi Oxe seyral -
SAVANNAH Steamers "
Conveyances always in readiness;awaiting ar-
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time;3 liours.-
Arrivals and Departrires from Charleston twice
ascek-Everglade,.via avannah. Caroli-
'4 : na direct-
And Savannah-St. Joint s, St. Mary's,"iribind
ft a J ..u .. he Bit .ia -
I it. Nit a .vator.
S Augustine. r
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