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: April 21, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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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
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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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MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
TS wonderful offee and conserlyout populari-
ty-perhapsnourticiairithobjstoryoftheMa-
ocate ver no aired tl2o tard e Patrtmag
and different tests, ind met witle so few fail-
ass ice s gmL n .. dlu oJ ly
Cuts, Swepings, Sprnins, Bruises; or Erulf ions
a n or Be. st ss ci u- a 2nj e 100

rn. p ne.-ste n, a from some remarkable
userC\ ar jist1srldRhem atic cases
,,, setanon. b. ...r the ago. No emily can
afford to be without a bottle of the 31ustdug
Liniment @ to house. Barare ofinatations. .
The genuineis soldby respectable dealers in
all ,s of th '"" z
A .n! 1-- ING l.n.
*
TO' TOURISTS AND 31ERCITANTS VISIT-
ING NEW YORK.
THE ITTET.tTIG .iL HO EL,
863 & GOT INCOADYW.dY,
Corner of Franklin Street,
NE YORK.


J. TAY L OR, I 1 PROPRIETOR.
--
Posses advantages which all travelers appre-
date. Its'location cannot be surpassed, beipg
cordspea ent tolf he p lecip it: as 0 ie
there are twp hundred, .. well furnished and
wdl) ventih d; so it style, with te guest est economy. A Inrge par-
lor*fronting on Ladway, and commanding an
extensive view of 'that workl-renowned thoro-
ughfare, lots been beautifully furnished for the
pse of ladies, and the general arrangements of
the House are such, As to giford the greatest
epinfort to guests.
TIIE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL is con-
rected with .0
TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED SALOONS,
Accommodating over one thousand persons, in
which visitors can have their meals, or, ifthey
ee 1 tl willrbessemeallindheiQ1wn al -
Hotel acknowledged by opicures, to be su-
per r 30iat oi any hotel in tire city. lin

N. Y. MACHINERY DEPOTi
222 Pearl- t., Elew York.
191IL BAN K & AN N Agg
(Successors to A. L. ACKERMAN,)
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
LEAT HER AND RUBBER BELTING
4
sparacTURERSANDzD ALERRIN IRON AND WOOD
TYORKING 3LLCHINERY,

MANITFACTTJRERS ARTICLES, &0
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STSJ nA 'oSin ,m illor DisterictatN 1
Court House in the City of8t. Augustine on the
sirst Mkonda 's of each and every month, at 10
O IICIIAEL NFLIGAN,
PHILIPS .Justice of the Peace
AI /ch 24-1860 tf. '
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rubTunleo sSpdides, ovels corn Mills.

IGS Dates Gunt Drops Rock a idyC 1&c.
B. E. CARR,
April 7-1860,


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. O II. ST. AUGUSTIME. S

stica rres::.1LE.
I lig I TXg) f t)( g.ine or a Lec.el..o i.e...:.1. ut .:.r 'i.;
cixt uit court for the counties of Volusia az(a
in t.. enr ra a 101 ud
T UBLIESllillfD EVICRY SATIURDAY Giles et. tel. ve. Rxifus K. Sepalland u fe, love
n, 1xi Iv n xud will se for sales 310 25
Af.AligHStille, St.ef011111'S CO.,.Fl.il., of April 1850, at the usuallioxtr bible the fol-
4 I 34 -6 1...v.aug de ..nt.n /I lu.J. fo dit:---Auundivide
lurerest of he 'lls..o..nd three Hundred an.
MAT Tki 8 AS R ANDR E.U run-r., -rbr.:c- .\cr.:-. l...,ng th third part of cery
I un tant el Land <.:.nl .inin 10,000 acres more
PRO't.'RIETOR. no I re .r.1 or cl'd 1'""-'
--gr - qi.,, 1 ca.ts Job lithfak.u, er. al.
TIT ORinsentrTIONT the ri Go 1 *p**='l.anni uri.1 the he
'fWO DOLLA.RE PER ANNUlf.1 The -at., a desis no you.:.1 anal ri,.:. first
T.T .11)YJKE'L.- 1 Th ndi iL U[ *- .: **illpok.*. Until the 1786
M.nel.y in July.
,, .nr-scus.mil 1:,e ine -rte..l one ti=e ,,in. sale sp stponed until the first
The above .I. postponed until the first
obe 14, inr per -9u.re, or I@..Is.:- Is..... ..u..I
us der, for the first insertion, mid Seventy-Five 311 b o 1 1 5 ed until the first.
couts tre s..h "rul, U. .,}. ns tilTmited to the Monday in October next.

spac e. Im- a.ied 0... All contracts shall be in 3 I'he biove sale a Im1s oned until the first
writing. ener in / .h-rinitely the nature of the 1'he above sale is postponed until theffirst
busin)eso3pte l c a teldwillAnye b sse and 3 enday in December next. "'
be charged separately andalso any excess of mI at lis n@ poned until the first
andter a rdim amount contra eded for.the num- T a v eds poMtponed until the first
her of insortions required, will be continued .! he h..... sale i postponed until the Ep'st
un r 4, xua <0mrge fr
h r d f r all an
3 onday in April next. .


AL H'UNTED@REACIIER.-inth0YOilln0
of Dr. Sprague on the Baptist pulpit, Gov-
ernor Brices enmmunicites a very-inter_
esting latter on, Jerhn Leland, .Thie contains
a fuller account of his p.:-rs.:.n:il habit= and
manD0r- Of preaching than.we have before
soon.
Be was little inclined to uperstition,
says Governet Briggs. Indeed, his practi-
Ad sugachJ pad ftartling- catanon-7. use
kept, hiin horn any tendency in that dire.
tiori p but he}1ad some.peculiarexperiences
of the supernatural, aagho following'aneel
dote testifies:
While I" yas at his ho se l inquired of
him about a remarkable noise which I had,
when a boy, heard that he and his famil

had been annoyed by wherrthey lived in
Virginia. He gave this account of it:
His family, at the time, consisted of
himself, wife, and four children. One eve.
ang, all the family being together, their
attention was attracted by a noise, which
very much resembled the faint groans of a
person in pain. It was distings, and re-
peated at intervals o a few seconds. It
seemed to be under t sill of the window,
apd between the 01 oards and the coil-
Ing. They paid ve little attention to it
and in a very short tiate it ceased. But,
afterwards, it returned in the same way---
sometimes overy night, and sometimes not
fo frequently-and always in the same
place, and ofthesics...:1. r..: tinued for some months. He said it excit-
ed their curlosity- and annoyed them, hut
they were not alarmed by it. During its
continuance they had the siding and easing
removeg1 frp:n the place where it appeared
to be, but found nothing to account fogit,
and tbo sound continued the same. 1
He consulted his=frlouds, especially some
of his mitusterial brothron, about it. I
think he s.u.Yit was never heard by any ex-
ept. Limself na.) hig.family;}ut if was
Jicyby-fthefu wlLi---hFifiis ab'i&dtham-
home. Mrs. Lolandsaid that often, while
she was alone with the children, and while
they were playing about the room, and
nothingbbiggsaidityoul'dcomeandthey
would leave their play and gather about her
person. They had a place fifty or sixty
rods from the house, by the side of a brook,
where t(le family did their washing. One
day while.she was at that place, it met her
.
there precisely as it had done la the house.
After the noise had been hegrd at brief
intervals for, I think, six months, they re-
moved their lodgings to quite an opposite
and distant part of the house butit con-
tioned as usual, for some -time, in its old
locality. One night, after they had retired,
they observed by the sound that it hail left
the spot from which it had previously pro-
ceeded, and soomocl tp be advancing in a di-
root linetowards their bed, and was becom-
ing constantly louder and more distinct
At each interval it advanced towards
.
them, and gathered strength anc} fulness'
until it entered the room where they were'
and approached the bed, when the groan
becamedoop and appalling. "TIen," said,
he, "for the first time since it began, I felt.
the emotion of fear; I turned upon my fac6'
and if ever I prayed in my life Iprayed
thon. I askoc1the Lord to deliver me and
any family from that annoyance, and that'
if it were a inessenger from heaven it might

ex-explai d iz and clead-t o its 1-
.and disquiet me and my family, it might
be rebuked and sent away or if there was
th f to do to make it de art, I
mi h e st*uected what it was,.so gat I
co cl do i ." This exercise restored his

-tranqu st ind, and hoT a
I it uttered a groan tco loud and startling to
be imitated by the hqman voice. The next
roan was got so loud, and it receded a stee
-'
or two from the front of the bed, near his
face. *It continued to recede in the diree-
tion from which it came, and grew less and
less, until it r ached its old stadon, when it
died awa to the faintest sound, and outirely
and forever ceased.
No explanation was over found. "I have
given you," he said. "a simple and true
history of the fa tsband you can f rim you

confirmed all he said. I think I can say
that I ever know a person less given to to
marvelous than elder Loland.

As known credit is ready cash to a trader,
so is acknowledged merit immediate dis-
tination, and.scrves in. place of equipage to,
4 gentleman,


The Debating Club. .
Lout two years so, in the quiet vilhge
ofB-, existed a club-no way related 9,
the one wiel edby Hereules, but a'peacefGI
gybating club-at whose weekly meetings
thela ers, doctors, ministers, esquire, and
many smallet Ciceros of t tiiviBage, were
accustomed to astonish ther audhdry with
squal speakes, unp
although the fille- on wag;U VS@ e a
forcuight in adrance.* 2 7.
'Squire-,--who, s like others of his
fraternity, was as well know n for hisrotun-
dity as for w ady speeches, gave particular
attention to the ministers, being always on
the lookout for a chance to "score" "those
priests," as he called them. Elder G-,
a Baptist minister, had lately moved into
4
the village, and in due time made his first5
speech in the club upon the question in
hand. Before he had fairly taken his seat,
'Squire K-, purposing to take the
"stirch" out of the unsuspecting priest,'
rose up eager to reply. He managed some-
how to lug in his old tirade against "pries'.
craft" and also against "election," a Joeti-iuq
particularly odious to his notions of popidG
sovereignty. Having, as he th...uglic, prd..
ty nearly annihilated it, to-elinch his or-;u-
ment, he added, "I rein..-mber, Mr. Chair-
man' when a boy, that my father, a good
old Scotch deacon; used to (1...g me thorough-
ly twice a day----once jur not learning tbo *
Scotch rateebismandoneefornollsilfrir-
ing in election. Sometimes I used to es-
cape on the catechisni, but on the election
I never missed the regular daily flogging
until l grew up, and thililthe 'priests tried
every conceivable method to forco and scare
me into it; but I never believed it, and do
not believe it.yet. Nilw I would lille to
have my neir friend, th'.:- -priest' explain
if he can, why these delectable appliance,
never drove my tearful and foolish unbelict
outer p r .3
here was a murmur.of a us6'as 6@*- .
it down, "and all eyes were turned, with a
little curiosity, ixpon .Elder G-,:$ho
rose, and very eliberately replied:
"$Ir. Chairmanwhilelsincerelyregret
the galling misfortunes of my friend, the
justice, I can offer no explanation but that
recorded in the Scriptures:
"'Though thoushouldst bray a fool in a
mortar among wheat with a pestle, yet will
not his foolishness depart from him.'"
The house rang with laughter, and
'Squire K has ever since avoided all
allusion either .to the "priest" or to "eleo-
tion."-KNICKERBOOKER.


TTOROh the TVOmen to SaVQ:
. ere a e secret. A saving womattith
the head of a fanuly is the very i:.est Say-
iggs' Bank yet established-one that. re-
dail d h cl
ceives y an on y, wit no costly
machinery to manage it. The idea .of sa-
ving is a pleasant one, audif "the women
would imbibeitat once, they would culti-
.vqto and adhere to it, and thus, when they
are not aware of it, would be laying the 9
foundation for a1coinp eint urityd in n,

The woman who sees to her own house has
large field to save in, and the best way to
uiakoher comprehend it is for her to keov
an account ofourrent expenses. Probably
not one wife in ten has an idea how'much
are the expenses of herself or family.-
Where froin one to two thousand dollars
are expended annually, there is a chance to
save something, if the attempt is only made.
'et the house-wife take the idea-act upou
it-and strive over it---and she will save

e e solarlars-- rha s hundr ds---who
a duty-not a promoting of avarice-a mo-
ral oliligapon that rests upon the women as
well as the men, but is a duty, we are sorry
.to say, t at is cultivated very little, even
among tl ose who preach the most, and re-
gard themselves as examplesin most mat-
tors. ..Teach the women to save," is a
good enough maxim to be inserted in the
next edition of "Poor Richard's Almana'e."

They have no old maids in Japan; when.
the girls don't get married voluntai-ily, the
authorities hunt up a husband, and make
them nutrry wiPtah nor not wiBin Tim

been walled in the centuries.

. a Marry a fortune!" "doyonknow what
it is to marry a fortune Of course you
don't! But I'll tell you what it amounts
to: head butler in-doors; and reat estate
agent out


*
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[FROM THE CHARLESTON 1\fEROURY ]
}LPolitical IIInion of the Crows

Said the Bla 1 8 .r I .Le Crow,
"Wpat is the reason that men hate us so?',
30.1 the Ca.:.s --.since the tin.o that Adainwas
.1iorn, .
We've:..11.:.w...J cl... ?. c.L: .:.f d.:.iling his corn;
For sir.co me lion thenorn x: -tj-as us f e, .
7
We're f..il.uved rho made.nqul..hesus inde.
?'i*lt"e-l:II.:Ll.,ru---I fell y..o now, fr. Senar-

ivix-eie, etheNationall.em.:..-r.u party.
EPON Oipletil H'iptil US Should be 40pe;
TYe go r the principleof number one.
sal ,
"Byfillowing the Blpdck Republican's trade?"
Said the Crow---\\/1.ll..<. ...... principle, too-
In that, you see thod we're very like you;
For all that may work for the good of tlfe Crow,
For that we always vote, as you well know.
We go for high Tariffs; to create high prices,
That Blackbirds and drows may all get their

TYe g 1 1 the Lonor and fighting to fools,
And thus make ldie gamSe cocks convenient tools,
On nice compromises ye give them a song,
And claim all the gold with an impudent tongue;
\Ve cry for the Union like a brotherly hand, *
But theirs is the Union and ours all the land.
We make all our fortunes 'oy tricks and. by figu-
res,
And shive all their souls by killing tl}e negros.
Thus now you see, we are practical Parties-
170haton11thewhitefolksandlovealltheDar-
les; .4
TVel g to all wer and money, o istrachm
drow,
You'll may be Black Republicans, you know;
We'llfight and we'll steal in co. as one party."
So thedyhissed audtheyhugged, andbothlatxgh-
a right garty
"We are one party, by a Union so glorious !
Come join with our Party, we're always victor-
ions!
'A dutiful Tarilles o 'u..mri''.:111.1<. -, : .
:-,,n...w at Ula..un, -la..L..I't:.*(..4.2 ... y all an,,.
\\'t lieffoh cli th.. will bikds to make Union
pies' .

It I all'col oil R'eyntblican 1 1 all
sing,
Ilero's avory fine dish to offer a KING!
Oh, skiw:: 1 Oh, s king: 16 a convenient thing,
Oh, a Qrken! me a queen: is aheautifulthing;
O giveush King! O give us all power!
Andwe'll havoovery thing in!ossthananhour."
I'hus spoke and thus sang the oracular Crow,
As pottical parties are accustomed to do;,
To fear naught, to rock naught, tho' all goes to
smash,
If you make thoress-scrow-dont and get all
the cash, '
Eut go with your Party, for right or for wrong'
For this is, you know, the whole gist of the song.
*Or a judicious Tariff.

A QueST STORY.-Some excitainent
prevailed in our usually quiet village on
Thursday morning last, in regard to an
a arition which eared to some ei ht or
pp app g *
ten yoring men who'wore out patrolling the
nighthefore. From agentleinanofveracity,
who w#s of the party, we obCained thts fol-
lowin particulars
On Wednesday night last, about the
ghostly hour of inidraight, the patrol guard,
in making its usual round, while passii2g up
t street near the Methodist grave yard,
saw. a tall figure, arrayed ia white, with a
Runteniu2co peculiarly ghostly, slowly glide
out into the bright'moonlight. The patrol,
being ten to one, gallantly stood its ground
intil the near approach of the phantom
satisfied them that discretion was the better
part of valor, when they fled, leaving his
ghOStship in quiet possession of the hill, to
dis ar i ad to s oil so goocl a


Clojoratory ydedplamingli I as itlxa
making any revelations to that party, and as
he has utit since appeared to the eager crowd
of siglit-seers who mghtl-y watch for his re-
turn, it* 1s but reasonable to suppose that
chagrined at the cold reception he met with
oa the occasion of his first visit, he is dis-
gusted with our village, and will be seen no
more.-Darlington Southerner.
As we were walking along the stroot the
other day, we noticed a crowd of urchins,
standing around a boy wh.o was sucking a
piece of candy. "Isay, Bill, give too that
candy ad zl'llanake tit cio 1

theatre." Second youth shells over the
candy. First youth very deliberately cats
the candy, (second youth watching the lit-
tle fellow's ears,) and, after drawing himself
into every conceivable shape, he said: "Ef
I haven't forgot the rest yog may have 97
shirt for a dish rag."


AstoUnding DJsclosures.
Many diarges have boon made against
dealors in intoxicating liquors as engaged
in vile and ado.....:.u, adultantion The
Legislature of Ohio in }Iar..b, 15.1,.>, direc-
ted Dr. Hiram Cox, a distinguished chGmiS
[
of Cincionati, to make athorqugh examine.
tion ofsuchliquors as at.:- is the market
The follow:ne. extra is firm the result of
his investiggious we adlian-prery usu.chey
is in to use of intoxicating f i'Inners to read
s:..refull:, and th.:-n thinl: 1..:-f...w he driids
Can a man walk on hot coals, and his feet
not be burned ? Can he take poison into
B StOmach, and not be injured ?
Although the Oincianati liquors are vil-
JUnous in the extreme, there are other
large cities equally culpitble For ex/n_
plea gentleman of our city, a druggist,
that he might have pure liquor as a medi-
cal article, and that kind for purity, ke.,
that he could recommend to his customers
went to New York pnd purchased two half
pipes of splendid "Seignette Exandy," one
pale, the other dark. When passing, one
day, he caled me in to see his "beautiful
pure brandy," just from New York I
stopped, looked at it, smelled it, but before
tasting it, happening to hq e some blue
litmus paper in m ceket, I introduced a
small proce it came out rod as scarlet!_
I then called for a polished spatula, put it
Into a tumplor containing, perhaps, half a
gillandwaitedon it fifteen minutes-at
the expiration of which the liquor was as
Itlack as ink. The spatula corroded, and
when drieci,-left a copper coat almost a
thick as if it had been plated. 1 charged
him. oil the spot, under the penalty of the
law, not to sell a drop of it; took sample of
it to my oBice, and the following is the re-
sult of the analysis, viz:
1st sample (durk,) 85 or cent. alcoholic
spirits by volume, and 41 per cent. .by
weight; specific gravity, 0,945. The t..a.
Indi:. .u Salpl uric Aeit," Frie-Atidy:Ni-,
tric Ether, frussic Acid, Guinea Pepper,
and an abundance of Fusil Oil-Base
common whiskey, not one drop of wine.
I canea at a procery store one any,
wkare ligifor also is kept. A couple of
Jr hmen came its while I was there and
called for some whiskey; and the first drank
and the moment he drank the tears flowed
freely, while he at the saine time cau ht
his breath like one suffocated or stangling,
When he could speak, he said to his com-
panion:
"Och, Michael, but this is warming to
thoshtomach!"
Michael went through lihp contortions
with the remark, "Wouldn't it be foloe in
a cowid frosty morning ?'> *
\fter the had draul Iasked the land
lord to pour me out a little in a tumbler,
in hich Id d at sl f li "
?v ippe ip o tmus paper,
which was.uo sooner wet than it put on a
scar ue. went to, my offwe, got my
instrumouts and examined it. I fouiad it
11ad 17 per cout, alcoholic spirits by weight,
when itshould"LAve had 40 per cent. to
be proof, and the iference in per contago
urade up by Sulphurie Acid, Red Pepper,
Pollitorp, Costic Pottasa and Brucine, one
of the salts of Nucig Vomicle, commonly
called Nux: Vomica. One pint of such
| liquor would kill the strougost mar>. I
had the manufacturer indicted."

THE LYNN STqTKE.->S'ome of the Stri-
kers Golug South.-One ofthelargept meat-
ings of the sofies was held at Lynn, Mass.>
on Saturday evening, at Lyceum hall.-
Mr. Hawley stated that secro societief
avere forming in Haverhill, who werotapro-
paringwe tyanfou xuanuft turorg is sLynn

have signed the bill of wages, seven of
whom pqt down their names on Friday
last. The feeling is unanimous among the
strikers to hold out It was also stated
that Mr. Hawley and about thirty other
practical "jours" are about to emigrate to
Staunton, Va., where a shoe manufactory
is about to be established.

The young ladies of one of the
villages of Jefferson county, Ohio, have
adopted a novel method of raising funds
for charitable purp es. At a ate toestiva

formed a linq, and for the price paid dpwn '
permitted the gentlemen to take a running
kiss of the lot.

Mr The hitest accounts from England
say that Queen Victorig is very yeH, "and
has taken to boops.'>


c a ge o
announcement of Candidates for Oflice, in aid-
rn advertisemours morn strange a and transied
Av Llloth
e ty. 10 acd de. ers willi..
on squire for six months -- 810 09
L coji ce I intinistra- 10 UQ
tion - - .- - - - 500
otice to Debtors and Credi ors1
tr pplication fr dismissal aA minis- 10 00
on d I ills Job Printing, must be paid
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.,
d""*
F.aL ASIll VS' /RE OL T.

Brokeloosecarryingaway
dh ill
Use an j 5
bouv must ye a new IInt it ne
.. 3 it -ing 1 must kn v al
el 0.. 1,. 0 .:e. Every thing
on a store pipe downto a cheese, with Droad
n ,hs n-sqisC nutd 71 1 m11 ch
11orphymes e cad I orolwe .au'"
'll g glyze in fact every thing exer worn
.f,-ons N ah's day down to that of the man who
niw- ys slept a his hat. So hur b ft1





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FLOUR,

BUTTER,

tra,

P10KLES,

SUGAR,

SPICES,

'ron.Lcco

SOAP,

rAILS,

FLUI ,
..
& Es,
pp
Jan. 7.


BUpKWHEAI~T,


CHEESE,


FISI,


CATSUP,


FRUITS,
CONII'EPTIONERIES,
SEGARS,
PIPES,


PO rSI


SODA,


B.


BROOMS,

CANDLES

.
PRESERVES
E. CARR.


FIGS,


CHEAP GOODS.

n ido6r LUo r s use *t refu
the receipt of: 0, fine assort ent of Spring amt
ml di elected diallykinteelorda
be offered for ends at very'low prices. The as-
hortment is well worthy an examination and it
illbe a pleasure to shc1y the goods. Call and
ee.

ANO
Fine Family Groceries, Fresh and daily received.
May 21. J. E. MEDDOUGH.

HA V. ANA


SE GAR & !


N. RO GERO


HORSE RADISH ROOT
(BENET SCORNER ) LIVES, Cape's, Pickles, assorted Catsups,
IO fresh English Mustard, smoked Salmon,
H^ot:"A",17.L'tadi g Bad ut 2 u dG on, p %0 0 .us c rMr-
Dee. 31, Alar. 3.


~7 ~L~qt~~


ALITY IN THE U-NION AND-NOTHING LESS.


T. .IOilFS COUNTY, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21 1800. NO. 32














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F~d' uc iT* .isP n sec5 l 0 3 TE u : 0 h ntus il nevrt av h ujc bogt eetan i ..r

thpelo lo bep:i wh so b e1o rh ttnin f h ahaalgola e 1 ol o tt..
tii. Irpe\, a btwontheRi rPamasan te ape \sora .u te -I te : spcialywoldwe om aton

-- l ~ol lr t 'lmdl of A ea ta o a d .1 a lhch u l .. I 1 t n app o rnio o l. t .
1,r .~dt o :{r I. 1 ... .I . nd ear fFot ain suu n .
..n~n c r. r. .. I c. .. a 1. . ** '- ** .I .. \ r. U .U e . -- r de a




- -- --- - h ap aas a d prn i g .I Ir . u u .1 . .a. 1.,-,,1 vi. r 11 tn rus

SM~ustruinin f th isoy fDe" . 1.1 hadfo ucos te oer i .. ... ... .:1 u.


qu ven t issues the. Examicr, weshllat-i be apat fo m i hr nte t r o .u.Io I ...-
complle tosusealthe discussion ond he Aaxi- egt odui .1...1r riea Cutp ;gv con rte*e.o.a1:-r Li
Raeaeliio fth rnld &. m. o a toehe i im oehudrdai p'. outy f nd ofte eros ** s. .**
rotime. Aft diese: translation r iihd huadcnads rmpriosn1.. ch sedldct Srla t ccvpn ... hireqii.1. t
E i o hc eto ihhmat ot )uHrad eSt.( .. p odsoefrsm d. I l u n
u a do bi are a 7ue hi o rbt fhma a ferDnIooad dotin oh y u ;n r o h ato oge- uu ma:j ly fAbaa ..0 pse
obet oay rontp ruhan iht .,s..J,. .... .. ... l.:rst ,ne S ils a 0: oYiabi a e 0fitr f ybneitin ad hud et, eatn o h dm nsrain o ndre Ze bllngupnm

athoIsd CotItco inE. I 1 wobtbe n lrd vs ave htsu o eeuigfo h hrc uiejxtc n ti isrc. W elenaainan h ertr' etr n
!ieE p dto f D 0o mlydasprneds f . 1 adh ttdh wh ih oratceh e.heh nrdtosn epi ui h oedspe o50 hs easw tpse h -t ihu iio
lar.. ...- o m *c t eta s nus ep g s e urc a beli ,fo sop dtk n t ew y t e S an h t liei e o Gaar O oi9 tle w ny felc n co s t a ,t e e ige c f t e h s wl ie.i te gh nt eH u e
.-I sa A .S ~ f m n 1 I erat eq ii o heg vro hdbe ls nte e n tos P inr~eies'ad. togy vl lo ig fo iae ut 1 ,- whr a knswl iv teey tato
o ..I f h ac fd ecil pa .r. .>r .. ..too i:s l o I t a b reitu o o lao my sn t i nybercn ie ih .a}a yo .. I me daoig rent o r3i
1.c r-b h rnsao s wsac m ane und lac o adi o epaesleeIhv enthd n ao i s a eev no e deo h ato telwiaigp wr, er eevtoan oeso os<










,..... .tu ,:.
I I t .. ... p - .\ m o n t o F o r r i a ie r n e l .
it... v.. :i hr o ee i ieto o alu n P T ered oB .J 31 E D P N
' p r t* 0 pna h id u nonehi au s adlt o rgd




J--- . 11.-B~l; Dr.,u: belo an. II17' ENERAL.*: Pl:iiII




~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1;~ wil ata h? i, Np -g -81 .











,T[ "... I '. .. n r s .. II : 1 -i.l
v. .. volu . ....I I .n n.l<* 57 5n I ;1 L on ,ii i ... the, d~
..~~~~otn rn il ' I.Ilni oi th unty. rt ia 15-

. I .:..: As a Naturalbistor, a NFO M TR E ER






;. . i .1 as brn ur u outs tn .os( ,~ r I H.- 'e.,0 t L. 8TJT -E m LI'C, L A rcia ntm old tdb h rf


T.ble are please to ler j h N wY Nrhr Mai clse T~husas t 8? ~ .10( M,, r o f A moitntar uo t ne E~iir oi JLjt Rnl o ttl 2003 "
Histricl S e he irs an satrda a 0 M.Lierab we f S. Jhns ouqt beausd. oce n 7) ?
nuiesr of I (.. ) .I as ingo Souhor liiooe onI lSatuday at ,~n 8 AgM. GEO R.FA iR
ubli itdres on hislif M lf s de o T husdy End Sib S.A gsio ac 1-80 iscigtce, rqie nyoc,


rl ir fe:lrcionci It is no oeind har- 11T V 6 4'!v io o.h udeo rbaeo t olu rsse.G. ach3-v


I~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ tl im il a ;m Wednsday ama M. D. II ADZ, YVrimfaxcuion to m~e directed



statesmen Th I.,lo.t is ab he ight of r'' li o ,T Pe t wtorl' l hii~ ill~ ? -Lporson h climd ma e te 1 s

1n safety Sh 1 hotnoristothe llutiu tha Inwyer were im Nbus .n ..

enitios. le verenaucs or ove- rt. :r PD.. a l ij crr* n; I .. I


: ~ ~ ~ ~ : ' l tido sgda r 1u uso .. i . .; the o of. I e rtoo


,,,1~i up he ..to, Ju.A tr .1
..-.; "ros oraNo *-
} t o o u m d h f rs o g l; si m o u ui 1 10 l m e il t e h u ch le t u d oo a s c ns n e en s o n e a r s e
ine:>t~~ COhich~L 8 1brt k re n il y betso r unn ose, mdaepy En thie: .. I .. 1 n l ac;o rS 5 aFn od1atnIs,
Ans ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -! i Ii t h dot n h hll I .I .p ernsIaigMis. s .Iatt ee 7n .varne o epgo ie r
I ~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ r fr ecne t rvet.. . tofr 0 e leGo1TstCan;o or5.
as th g~r ruest fr~naiend un olr dIstIn-I Sot SeaI'IA Tia4oic isadrs hl .t eeiy nddsoe f =



ihis v:isit 110 visited Chan e~rllor rs nn Iu pole~ twica week, neithr l : I i I'v got
tight~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~nci ontesrnt fsc rvcto, T etcewr ikdn n et neW YOR PINO

Theimps-redous rn\'ac' lupnbothr.- rin Thau th bet of youe would:in havel donei ho if
incidents~~~~~ ~~~~ of thei interview, nltoi 1 haveb heard ie tin 1jU o o-k i ital TT TI W .C A B Ri'

si no gle a havto bem pr 1 t1o N Por n det1 .j h e stgtoFlr 0v osl the fo11 aing cl E T B ilsa I 8 8

th cutr. twil e a ouhaga .iii .lq M Ili~iarch ,s 28 I the House T.11. iis.: l 14 E. a nd W.l lit( of See l~ 20 T. 1 R.1
interesig r-orica -ui Cooul Carli n-t-a h tea appropriatioubills were of 10 10 n d fl 0 (Formerly :lcE'l 'L .~ :.. .n Duos

:B an .~ _- re or e from`nd r s il lij if theii i Cuo' n iunittee of W s and ) f T 1 4 b nde l \W r rc m i h Bi l o s
c~Lr2;ten inu LOSs Edar ivingsto Men.Te rnia etmtsweea d f.W.yfe.11a o Half Cor. Be~ Sth i~t Ste t ? 4th A- prvenne,
itissadhain fnihe hs ret od f n fol ~lort of; iiee. 12 T.n!: v 17.T S. 3.16 O IC. inll theil~ County~nto~ of N Y RK CIT.
ersevering yerspeis natYr instan iinv N11 "o!: "!~o 'sd1.. ,1, 0 osl n tc, .Ps onda ofl ~ bylis let o.i full en lEu.Ted, an prfo sti-

ii.'.' hE~ic~ fir t volume of e h iis rench ove t600000 . -* p il e 14-1860 .f Admiistrte l L or m l~li' C,,e ofprice. Sm. -


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CEC IL E
CAPT. PENN PECK

LL21ea2 lat c nvi a
.LP '. (after thearrveloithe
amanda r,
, ./ st smship 4 Co 1
e .. I ..3. r .1 _.. 11st connecting in char-
leston on Thursdays with the various Lines from
that city, affording the travelling public a
(. ...1, 1 .. ...( trip.
:,,. . -,li leave Charleston regularly
every Saturday morningat 9 o'clock, commenc-3
ing on eye at inst., touching at Beautort, Bluff-
too, Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville, knd
allintermediatelandingsou theSc. JohnsRiver
toPalatka.
Agents at Palatha-Teandale & Reid.
'- Jacksonville-Bisbee & Canova.
" Savagnah-J.P. Brooks.
wich, "i10.eston-E Laf2tte &3Co.


,s'
...* 1
.- .


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as, 7.


1


IndeleblelInk.


B. E. CARR,


April l41-1860.


.For sake to St. Aulgustine ly

A ri 14-800 B. E. CARR'
Bpril ~ -- 160
O7!TOYS!!


PROOL01ATION
E 1ill

6 0 1 E tA 0 P.
Y virtue ,of the provislo ete t

at c v 4 1"ec c <
*(ur' s 10Y, Governor of Florida,
do hereby order a T q. 1 .1.1 ,a.
, ,, ,,

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, I

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** j .. 1, or, a
*-
For the Ist Regiment, composed of the Militia -
of Ese:unlei n lined, composed of the 31ili-e; e
tis of Santa Rosa county.
tia .. = composedof the Mili-
For the 4th Regiment, composed of the 7.Iilitia
,
I. *I 1.1ha
o ... . ... Us


Fo ... .,.. n.- st to
of L
Fo . I I .. ) },1 ,
of W .
70. a. .. . I :. .. ..r or a

tLaiofMadisonT lo adLfayettoenoeu
For the 12th Regiment, composed to the 31ili-
is of Ifamito on y.


.. .1 .I. 1...

posedof the Mili-
n/. .... .. ... 3 th is


c..a u ro. ,
.. r 1.1.,:., I i_.r,

., ..I ii.U ru3 M
.


I i.-
every couacy of mentate.
The Judgps of Probate are hereby ordered to
appoint the necessaryinspectorsin due time, for
saidelectionandmakereturnsofd 61 n in
** 22d, 1859. er
In Testimony Whereof, Ihave hereto set
my hind andcausedtobe aflized the
[L. 8.] Oreat Seal of the State of Florida.-
Dotte aL the Capitol, in the city of
Tallahasses this 7th any of Mar
A.D. 1860
'I If i:P.,

By the Gover r-Att I

march 24-1800.
,
glagg(]ggggy |g (ji:lfif.14tOil

VIA SAV A NN A H.

'llie New and Spleqdid


FOR SteSIRef


8:


Rye & Buckwheat.
RYE FLOU ,BUCKWHE'AF
FLOUR, EXTRA FAMILY
FL0UR IN SAUK&
For Sale at B. E. CARR'8.
1\(arch 31-1860.











su re a- wano'



y, CHAMBERS'

PIANO FORTES.

ESTABLISfilED IN 1828

.T.II. Chambers. Piano Manu"
(TC Efify .
1,- Duboi & 1 .. r...I ,
Dacon & a.....I ,i
Varerooms in the "Bible House,"
r Lor SthStreetalithAvenney

ur1so. Orders
. .. qu perfqct sklis-

ih descriptionaf
-. Sm.




WELL Broken MILE Warant d
E....3 .. apply

ar \ ="All!

KEROSINE OIL,
AUSTINS AGENCY GENUINE. Rbtail per
11o1x jslo FI 8 et O 11 ads, at. redu d

1 1 tS60 ?

BR thROre PFOVISIDHS

7. 1..r BAOOK, SIIOCLDERS,
PORK, BEEF, TONGUES. LARD, BUT-
TER, CHEESE' CORK, ILif
OATS For Sale at D. E. CARR.



c ..w s, BUOKIYHEAT
F[,f)/ i. Li TRA .FAAll 7 -
gr SACKS
,g Cof ErJo su B. E. CARIt'S.
-r v.31sr.:ta11-1.=-'

I'l-O!tsi BR (181000

SELECTED FAA21LY, GROCElZIES
BY SCllR. RICHARDS.
a TInshels Corn 150 UngsCorn100 Eng
of Outs, 2410 11Ms Floud5 9018 Pork
$1 lible hard 300 l package
March 24-1860. 11. E. CARR


F Y FLOUR 1 COK-
J. .1., FTER, LAl

.... .. ....ent of Cholec goecries at
.. .ri .. .: Ir Cash-
lu --su... B.E. CARR

FRUITS.
... It Raisins I, ,, ...r
. .ted Preserv<

P ...s. I 1 1 \Y 1 I 1

-
1 0 100
U. S. M1RSHAL'E OFFICE
ST. AUGUSTINE,.FLA., FFB, 27th 1860
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COJJET FOR THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT OP YLORIDA.
t
BY virtue of a Warrant of arrest issued ou
of the District Court of the United Stafes
or* tbo Northern District of Florida, against
g., c. .. 1 i ... 2, her tackle, apparel,
forms.. I on a Libel filed on the
imar I Srtb J. P.0ander

ds: -1 0* I >rt la the
T..rk a. .ct civil and maritime
I t.v.rc Bai ful i e art
/ tomypossessior
and a I erle9ttTuded ob a

A. M. At the Cour
.. _. ...* at*Tirhich
i. .. 1 tusewillb
had. E. E. BLACKBURN, U. S.11arshal.

by Geo. J. Zehubaur Dep'ty.
Mar 3, 1860.

FURNITURE! FURNITURE !!

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J}Y

(PERRY Lt. 'TR 101.
9
701111} II. F DEGRAAF,)

No. SY BOWERY. New York.
Thisestablishmentissixsforiosinheightan
extends242feetthroughtoNo.65Christiestreet
making it one of the
LARGEST FTYRNITURE HOUSE
in the United States.
They are prepared to offer great inducements
to the Wholesale Trade, for Cash or Time._
-'their Stock consists, La part, of
][tonewoods
Mahogany,
and Walnu

PAWELOR AND CHAMBER FUR

Also, Cast, and 1 to wor all qual
ties; IIAm, Ile K and BPRING MATTRESSES,
arge lock Id to CI AMBER FURNITUR

Jenkay IAnd and Extension POS
Bedsteads,
5 feet wide, especially foi the Southern Trad
Their facilities for manufacturing defy cop
edition.
agrALL WORK GUARANTEED AS RE
PRES T 0 Retailed on Time.

Marsh l0-1860 Sm.
OTOttritS
h .
UST received afresh supply of Family Gr
ceriesat
SWINNEY S Cash Store.
at 16


711r~.~---------"7'~.~-L2-~T~"I-----~


{A on :A nt s 11 & vo ORElaN.

c kg< ext, her ce" orirt nouse itn t* E A grT HO N7,
so much thereof as will pay the State amicounty 808 Broadway, NeW York,

sb} 1eexl ed [< h e e After May 1st, 1800at501 BROADWAYtwo
b no ides"alters t at must at doorsfrown the st. xichaelsect

Au in jian need 0.02 no tr ca no te" Ti ig nm is as 1 wi is

set L as i pubu la lasild n None anci"o jto\ none too eM, none son
62 of T. 5. S. 11. 0 E. ni < according to the I inteEigent, a no too ruseducated, to acknoy-
covernes so ves contains.,,as assoo ... us,.
acres. The whole of said tract has been here : '* without it, and it must
torove assessed to wm. Travers. .. . .. . -,.systere.
A. D. ROGEHO, Sh fi & Ex-off. Tax. Ig .. ... . virov everlyp ran of tiie
Assessor a conoctorse. Johns coumyz or, .. . ., .
Jan.7,1800. ndsh4rpnes of detail,:. us

Taxcyllecto orilo graph s are ever a apTorialy
-flLL besohy, on the first Monday of May of the
p next, before the Court 11quse door in St.
Lugustine, the following inoperty to pay the Time
1
t ann ie inn ute sand a ensesanes on asi i 1 .. n
to wit: a Lot opposite I I a Lot Switzerl\md, TI 6 Rhine, Vers illes, S Clodd,
ng the I 1 ebli isot i bt I li T

Tax Assessor & Collector, S. C. Palace-also groups Histor2ed, amus unr
.. . the pur ose of perfect- scenes. mic nic 2 0
minated Interiors r.1. -. 0 ...
Nov.5. P.: 1.1). 1 .ar. , 1 1. ... ,ip at

T.'.X UK TOT'.9 \LE ory gent1 c. ..ob .ws.-
Ir fl II I = 1. .. .. ? ... .- door should have i --. ..r

indEutte prisenon Sep er ouday of ...: 's. : .. . a .
ume iro d xpensesid.ue ereSta ml nom fa ca 1 :

year 1850. by the heirs of De Fougers, to wit; resque and the beautiful.
one thousans Aeres or inna, North or new A henfy Inrstantaneou leveosce 1
Smyrna, bounded North by. Ormond's Inds e.
'cl m otCs, East by theriverWest by t{/ing no matter how rq1idl it may oris
THOMAS T. BROORE, is depicted as sharply and distinctlyssif it had
rVolusta County. i .t rest. This gives an additionni
The above .. I ri. purpose of perfect- I ** beauties of inanimate nture it
ingthetitle, adds)he charm of life and motion. The pro-
Nov.12 P. B. DutilAS, agent. 2. 0... .4 henson-
.. -, .. : ones us

t rumished
FROM Storease pie 1 1 Scene at the

gi gg alton Street **.. I .* . which many
hearts feel at int rest. The particulars sti th2s
99 wif1 1. i .,,, 1:.. .. catalogues
Ca subjectsandpriceswilites
forwarded 11. .. of a stamp.
Four Horse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Light .Yurlies 0. 1. l.... .. St. 5, SIC,
Wagons, all connecting with the several BT 820,'In- 02ipen have:4good instrumsi.t
not such picip:4s asthey muly request, sentaby
CHARESTON and .
ggyggy .. 9, withoutu nutruAent) canow
Conveyance always ib : l... . . -. wish to be ar\visedor everything
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time, 3 hours. in the line that comes out, may
-o- .1 #1. i. r nees to plgee on record, and us
5- '- TO .. r ,n ri lesson twice o 1 t so.
.-- caroli- .. a use

\na 1 avant oJ n s, St Mary's, i nal e t a to r 1 re it 1
lath, steamor .. . .. tor. tructione How
St. Augustine. eM unfj e I

TITE MARK Dec Merchants from a ry equian at a
PIRE INSURANCE ObMPANY, can ty are rypocifully avuen te make on <
CAS10 CAPITAL in or tack,=souredievouns to be
TO F olof it.Ty 0 <:
OO 000
offend by anni a pript usintoun hr e

GIRoos-287 p OLDWAY, and XTRAORDINAttY SALE
50 WALL STREET. G O11@ PE 7 0 I


Thts Company ... Unildinge: 31erchan- 6 0 LD LO 0 K ET S!
d se, Ships, qud their Cargoes, in 10rt, House-
1 1 crsonal Property A GOldPCBOil WAll GOld 208 attithed,
, ..Damage by are. on
.. I
JOHN -li GOLDLOO KE T,
WM. JAFFAlth, Socretary. F or $5 OO '
GEO. R. F61RBANKS
AND A PRE311UM TO EAGI 1'URCHASElt
Ageirt, St. Augustine. WORTH FRgM $2.00 TO @.co.
l uneS5. A"". '. .'.'.". 'at"Z"

}**ry .*i v,.. *(- -'Y elry alsfaction
.,' e s q, ." a -'CP givo\to allwhobare patronized our house. ve
r take pleasure in saying that we now consider
50 CHARLOTTE STREET. ,, ",,, ..1 ,, I,. .. ,, 1 .
s if am now prepared to otTor to in 'old friends but a fair and legitinutte sale, in which encl9t
j[ of this Ancient city and St. Johns county a :,... 1... s li alued his or her money in
most splendid assortment of fall and wipter dry 1, ..i = * II WITH GOLD Pl K AT-
; -- -1- -t vers 1 prices for cash or city ac- TACHED, 011 A GOLD LOCKET, worth SS
r and ninety days credit with each, which cannot be bought at any retail store
e approved endorsers. Orders front my country for the saine prge; aml in addition to the pur-
friends accompanied with the cash will be chgse, each person ywelves a Premium ofJew-
promptly attouded to with great care and atteu- eley, lossin value t\pan $2, and it may he worth 9
tion : .. to ih urichaser. $3; 5, 8, 10, 15, 20,.80, 50, or even MSUU!

sela .. .1flic iney win if NO 1\IONEY RISKED.
put up with grant care and Mttentior rage -0 os, We propose to let a person know what Pre-
, tire satisfaction to the purchaser. = mitan he will receive before sending his money.
f purchased at this house over venty dollars Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the
will be allow da five per cent. off, for casq.- above articles, can first send us their .. ..... .... I
you have Ecto a list of a few of uly large address, stating whether they want .0. 1*...
sortment of goods, andPen, or Locket,.and we will m.1
selection, andiuform them by return -. .
DR Y GOODS Premium they are entitled to. They
consisting of French broad Cloth,1500 skin Cas- have the privilege of seuding for . ,
now 8,01 ti 1 la C et till. Jo choose.,1,.. r. .1 ,, ,, .

I *
11 1- ... I1.= 1..!. 11...- purchaser can seller trade 11.... P1. ..- for all they cost Man, and 3 I .... r ... Premium
a Prints, Ladies and misses Hose, Gents gratis.
y Alcano under Shirts; Fancy C10aks, Mpuining If, however, any person -i.,..,11 ', I -- I
Dolains, Cents Merino half Ilose, he li and to synd us their money in I s.
English Camlaries, Bed and White Flam s. rely upon being as thirly 1. .11 .n, .ip ,.
T. NEL80N. they had made previous application.
Nov. .- Any person sendingus $26fe. ... .g. ...
. receives Pencil andFen audPr ... ... e.. 8,. I,
etandPremiumfree.
- OO ASSOftlRelit For full particulars send for a Popeil and Per ,

, OF orA okn of.. I ..... ... ... ,rr,. r. .,, ,r ,
Ladids and C...I


a FAMILY "sexeme. q so ,.
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold

Gold Shirt St
GoMullearfMP s---llow styl Gold ft ags:
TO BE HAD e e.
FOR LADIFS,
AT TVe have GoldTYatches, Florentine, Mosnio, Gol$1
C. BRAYO Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Broust Plus
and Ear Rings, Gold Oracelets, Gold Sleeve
J. E. 31EDDOUGH usP s 0 1 ns, 2 1 or 1
TS selling Kerosene Oil $1.75 per Gal. cordeous, &c. &e.
I ushed Sugar 1-2 4 Ur e2eptionable references given whenever
Steam do. 11pe lb. N.Be---In sendingyournismes, write the ,.4
s Goshen Butter 31 1-4 16. State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid
Cofee71bsfor $1,00 .lettersbeingmiscarried.
Adamantine Candles 30e. per lb. gj 102 CAldress, ANGLE & CO.,
Elephant Oil for Lamps 3.25, &e STREET, (Old No.)


a mNA co carc of

is wit Sowr :11 ,

for a session of ten months. Instructions will
1.. 1 1 .util 1 igher 31mbo-

.
K EROSENEOIL !

TIIENEW YORK KEROSENE OHqCO-

p'1854.
Announce th a 1. ... .. .1 ... .I improve-
Tuents in the ., they are
now enabled to offer it to the Tradent
REDUCED PRI
2 0 -

ca (1initention1111[tonallr, orgaggv
photonwtrical chanin IPou, by Ed d N. Kent
Esq., of Now York, Chginist, and dated Feb 3,
1850.



MATERIAL. LAMP.



-

np no. no .5. 3
Whale Oil .1 1.892
Lard Oil Sold 1.640
Oil Sold 2.025
1 ng 11uid Lar Wic 553



00

a 5 0
2.435 81 00 $1 10
1.299 J 63 4 SS
833 1 00 12 00.
-706 1 25 17 70
850 2 25 26 47
300 87 29 00

Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or
Totograph, it 1 .. ., .1 .. .. to
... I L 1... .Its
03 Pord Stre t, N. Y.
Koroscue is also to be obtained at the )(an-
ufacturers' Prices, of all iho Now York Whole"
1 T I a U.. i.... ...1 r .. ..
0 1
< N. H.-KEROSENE is the trade.
mark of the Keroseve Oil Co.,anuall
persons are cautioned agagust using the
said trade-mark for other ods.
Oct. 13; Sm

RUNAWAY SLAYE.
1> an c mmilled to jail

about 50 years of ago, of yellow
-
ish cymplexion 5 fact 1.} inches

, , , ,
s clot1 . it. .1 1. I. vded by
the< . I I..... I .. Iof Du
-
val is . ... I to come
forward, pay capenses and take him evov.
.L. D. ROUELO, '
sher.-- . ... .. .


11 at on 0 u 'It
some Lodge opened by ITERTZ, if you
want cheap and prime articles in the 0ro
cory Line and other aI .*. : .... I
s
i '
v FT" Cora Starch, Lemons, Graham
. I Tapioca, Macearoni, Yeas
i Fowders, liops r Cream Tartar.
Jan. 21. 1L E, CARR.

a
I


t THE SUBSCRIDER keens constant
- on hand, and for salo, liquors of th
,, 0 igD1lrtnds*2o1d MIS

Black try Ut ,, I .. . .
Sous' Family' s 1 * I .
key, Old 80 .. = *
American Gin, I ... F. I ... 1... .
. matic Shnapps, Madiora W.,,.
t Caract Wir es, of the best .
s Julien, Catalan, Lions, one t a
e Porter: Cordials, of thoChorauxBrands, 0tough
ton's Bikers, Orgest &c. &0. C. 011AVO

- ves 5.
s
,
ll WINES AND CIDER-
> ryllOICE CLARET, Cider, Alc, Porter
s 0 Lorndu Syrup, Itaspherry Vinegar, Gin
* ger Wine. Cherry Brandy.
s 11, E. CARR.
e
- COTTAGE DEDSTEADB,

U 12 in Taliesi rai treaus, Mattresses
e Jan. 28 B. E. CAlth
- "
n
e ASINS, Currants, Citron, choice Mustard
s, <10. Catsups, do. Olives, do. Frosh Mack
s or Ti. .. .. Codtish, Anchovies ardines,
t B. E. CARR
-
e RAllA31 Dockers, Indian Corn, Cor
e }[ Starch. Farina, 0at Meal, Sago, Taproca
Rice Flou Finx Sced, Sapsago Cheese, Mac
t caroni, Ydrmicelli, Jamaica Ginger.
Mar. 3. B. E. CA

JOSEPH V. IlERNANDES,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
o WOULD respectfujly inform his friend

anc}1tlied><< Hegeonu" aliv. Llant n
.they lmly fax L 11 is lit self cw
d the most .-lu .. = Goods, 81.
it French bluels. lilue and brown Li I
Skin, and kancy Cassimers.
Ties, &?-
All orders exceuted in the best style of work
& manship, for cash only ,

APPLES, ONIONS, POTATOES'
0
xi al neie choice Vegetames, F 11 s &
w Oct.15
s
d TOTN! 70TS!!
A large variety of Toys for the IIchddys,
Nov. 12 T. NELSON .


Merchants' Hotel

CORKER OF KING AND SOCIETY
STREETS, .. -
CHARLESTON, S. C.


1 1 PROPRIETO11-

The subscriber having Mken the above well
.. .... . r. .:(. Hotel, would beg. leave re-
.<..11 .* ... the formerpst---a- of the
Louse, as well as the traveling ,, ..a : 1. he
has thoroughly repaired and : I it,
And made many phanges which will add to ils
comfort as a home, and as a public resort., 110
would also take occasion ., that

to ta 1 lth darn:ttto welt
aOLD MERCHANTS"
eas ntandantisfactory. .

ct. 15.110Ally PER DAY, $1.50. 3




Midli a

SL NGI'ONPROPRIETOR.
THIS FIRST CLASS IIOTEL
has been leased form tent of
q am. Buffington the
-- prittj it p


ve him a call. II sa it hebpull 2
uly t greet them la his usual style.


70001 HOUSE
AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
1 river East florida is now open
ri;r the reception of Boarders.
-: ,\This Ilotal has recently been
I; furnish I li : 7. 1. '
side tt1he tSt. 'iahnso St. Jolms Rail Road

(no being constructed) con sectir us >oin
iny for Toeninud re-
- Friday until the
Rail Road is complot
Applicants for boa ill ,1. .
J. \Y Il.
| Dec. 10 1850.

9
ST. AUGUST N FLORIDA.


.

TERMS:

in a 0 as a ,
.ng.: G.:.Ens, 2dStory, 6 50 "
,
eligilgly situat 1 il bt ca e fire-places
Board, exclusive of roomsdOOper w'k
Extra lYEeals, 37 cents. Extra Fires
25conts.
:.- -* ,1 - one uniform price

To the Ph.picians of the Southern States.
Wi)LFE C N


JSOLFE S GENTINE)1ADETRA WINE,
WOLFE'S DENUlNE SHERRY WINE*
T sm now .. 1. wi la .
unc Brandy, ,
prWate USe. The ithinellso success that ha
CYOW110d 11sy ciforts to place a pure Gin withb
the reach of all, under the name of Aromatic
Schiedam, Schuapps, and to drive out of the
market the pernicious compound sold as Ch
throughoutthocountry, 1 ,n, I ,1,.,_ 1,,,-
gists, apothecaries and .'
years pRbt, to BOlicit lile to pursue the same
urs a r5epard tiodt] artiicle of Brandy.

all 1. carter long ago, but
, lay the fact, that owing to the exorbitant price
ofBrandyin Frynceconsequentupon thoshort
t p--c.-r th- river opei vt to Ie
choices B y bdLtle it and sell it at mode
t /
,
e
.. . ...
,rx 81 ndy is also seventy per cen
Iave now ma e arrangement
r ... T ....ly exporters in France, of th
.... ..t anad u rl ele n on

's oenuine co
. a l. iny seal, label
and cer ificates, the 11randy so bottled by me
as the pute, unadulterated article, and it wi
be found, v hou used its an edicine, a average
or ac I I ** -10+ I ---1 .. : I 0: .. 11ha
Leen .. .. . ... . .in..... that
bottic of pure, umuixed French Brandy, wa
Very ditticult to obtain, and the purchaser, nin
timesin ten, was deceived with a vile manufac

jsun 18 1 fiom sdle a a li!
d the one article that Imgers and sellers hav
, turnedtheiralloutiontoand millions of gid
lons of the so-called French Brandy have bee
scattered annually through the land, and hos
S been the primary cause of Instrders, suicide
cruellies and crhnes, and have sent thousand
; to an early grave,::elf-destroyers, from delirun
tremens, inania-a-gotu and horrors, names un
known, until unpripcipled men began to mak
maddening compounds and sell it as the pur
French Brandy.
The virtues of pure French Brandy need no

t l et rl a m no e atinct gho

- ids, as the French nation

i. I it et 411 "ulti 1 .
R a good imitation, it becomes a death drink t
E e dents t is 01 e lousands cofe our raced i

t lugs tae ab je ..1 CI
daily receiving orders from the druggists an
e, apothecuries in all parts of the Union, to sell
i- for medical purposes.
UDOLPHO WOLFE,
No. 22 Leaver Street, Ecw York.

Co i & ., 1 oo (jilurt
Nov. 10 ,cm

ARRIVALS.
USTdischargedfromSoh.AdvatiefromNo
o- York, Choice Goshen Butter, Aprision
Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Buckwheatassorte
Cruckers- D. E. CARR.
Dec. 17


.GgOrgia State LOttery.
ON THE PLAN OF THE

$@}81 I:. ,,iday 1900]l'T(9
-For the benefit of tho---
MONTICELLO

,,
Authorized by Special.Act of Legislature
c. 10 rr 1
,- ,a PRICES

IVIORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO

EVERY TWO T (CKETS.

McKINKEY&CO.,Managers.
To lie drawn in ptiblic under the sworn superzn-
adndence of two Coluntissisers, appointed for
that purpose, in the

pity of Savannah Georgia.
o-

CAPITAL PRIZE




Ed

Thittis 0 .
IIALVES, QUARTERS AND EIGHTS IN
PROPURTION.

TO BE DRA TYN1010H;5'A TERDA1
IN JAygAgy 1800.

IN THE
CITY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Class 53, to be I)rawn Jan. 7, 1800.
Class 51, to be Dywn Jan. 14, 1800.
Class 55, to be Drawn .Jan. 21, 1800.
Class 50, to be Drawd Jan. 28, 1800.

On the Plan of Single Kumbers

:101 Titik0tS!
.._...
1 Pr zo of 800,000 is 800,000
1 20,000 is 20,000
10,000 is 10,000
1 5.000 is 5,4100
1 4,000 is 3,000
1 8,000 is 2.000
1 2,000 is 2,000
1 1,500 is 1,5,00
1 1,100 in 1,100
a <

2 400 are 800
4 2 300 are 600
2 200 are 400
50 130, are 7,500.
100 <* 100 are 30,000

m

4 1 000f ]GL proxi ing to800 -

of 10 proxi ting toG00

4 1 of opproxi ration 10400
4,000 prize are .023
8Prizes of GUupproxinutting to (
3,000 prize are .48p
8 Prizes of 80 appro mating to
2,000 pizza are 400
8 Prizes of a to


4glJ es f I 0
prize are 8,000
- eluua Prizes of 10 are ........ 250,000
*20,528 a ling 3.


Wil010 TitlietS Ei, i t*, 5

t QuitYS $200,
-
PLAN OF LOTTERY
The numbers froml to 504000 corresponqUn
11ith those numbers on the tickets printed 0
s analite s 01f p:3 ,as on 1 od with snuel

The liest 170 Prizes, ein:i!arly printed and es
circled, go placed in other wheel. 1
e The wheels are then revolved, ama simubo
. istranufromtli givelofNathersj lit
I : .. .. I at flied 0 the a Prize i
drawn from the other whed. The number and
Prize drawn outure opened and exhibited to the
. audience, and registered by Hw Cord;uissiones
the Prize being phael against the Numbe
. drawn. This operalian is repeated. until th
trizes are drawn out.
. a le l' saa E I FOS.--The two

isose . he fivet ) Priz v ustocrsdt
nea .. .. ananon rrizes. For ex
n.niple. i 1 11250 draws the $30,000
Prize, . I numbered 11248, 1120
HEF,1, 11252 will each be entitled to $200. I
, Ticket No. 550 draws ithe 13,000 Prize, those
- tickets numbered 348, 540, G51, 552, will ench
beemilled to @1.30, audso on according to the
above scheme.

CertHicries of Packages I be
, soMatthie follo ug rate, who the risI:
10Half p
a a ,,,., ,. .
4 ,,, ,
' IN ORDERING 1.. 1.1 1 .... Ici s, i, ,
- Enclose the money to our address for ticket
,, , ,, ,.,, , I , ,, ,,sg , , ,
,, ,

n ,,, ,
, sent to purchasers i inuediately lifter the draw
- i
g,, Purchasers will ple ts yrite their sig
naldu es1obtin, and give theirpostoftice, county
r e-mis no t is gray,

| / /** * . . s usualtime of thirty days.
All comuninientions stic etly cool .tes t
o

Is 4@,,. Al et of L < lit 0. Savaunalld rn
from thewheel,
..tach one is enti,,. ,
Overydrawing, in the Samunah Daily News.
Feb. 12
-
ARDINES, Anchoves, Copros Olives,

April l4-1860 B. E. CARE,
- '

CHOICE GOODS.
glJOICE IImms, dried Beef, mess Beef, mes
) Pork, smoked 'tongues, pickled Tongues,
white Beans, split Peas.
Jan. 41. ei B. E. CARR.




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