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: May 5, 1860
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00191
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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SHERIFFS SALE. EFFECT ol' NATURAL SCENERT ON THE &.8910111 ERill8 ill illO URitag@ flls SONGS OF THE BIBLs---Our rea-, SLEEP.***-
C Y virtue of an E3tecution issued r. .1 r ,1,, FORMASTON OF CHARACOEE.---'Tisa beau- Sta te 1, ders have, we areasure, sung and. resung, established in the physiology d an
circuit court for the countietor .1 tifulworld in which we dwell, with its Dim and mysterious is the early history read andqe-read the 150th Psalm, p rhaps thisythat the brain expends its on
P BLISHED E T SATURDAY iredj rii2a r jad changing phpses and seasons, and recurring of man on this continent. It is enveloped, for the thousandsh time, with new wonder itself during the holyts-ot wakefu
si es et. al. ys. antus K. se wan ana wife, T have gleams of sunshine and shadows; the fresh to be penetrated by hum4p research. And and admiration. It is such a noble burst that these are recuperated duri sledp; f
1 BrueP da ill : a for Is MoT on- gr ap ftelda with their summer blossoms, yet tbe rnin of ancient cities are frequently of .Usine sor.g Each y.erse, ace na 14:0 1 the 'recuperar;on does not equa the e .
$ .AllgllStille, 8 Ollll'S CO., Fla., of April l859, at the usual hour of sale the 61- the autumn fruits, and last, the white man- discovered, that tell or a race that has long p simpot. p.ul, or,. more aptly,, a thunder penditure, the brain withora-this is -
nr Mein doeur d'hlud t t te:- An und v 4 t1e of winter with its crisp and bracing air; since passed away-probably exterminated pe .l ..1 .ra ee. It runs through the'diapa- sanity. 7 us it is grat, I early Eng h
ltil ATTHIASR ANDRE U, Thirty-three Aeres, being the third part of cer- the dancing brook, the flowing river and by 01e ancestors of out present Indians, son of cele tial and terrestrial music. .history, persons who were condemned4o


PRICE OF SilBSChlPTION,: e ov s is pt ned until the let r..,ru.., that bre, cred dr aw th-.4 nous;0. TWODOJ.LARS PER ANNUM ment from her teeming breast. But ris..s: ra.:.aumr n, as ., 0,,,.. u.: p. a P< r Hans .....@*Lt.,; to His excellear incer, the brain is not nourished, and
le is postponed until the pret Thereare national charactorieties pecu- populations, and prove the existence of greatness; praise Him with the sound of the they cannot sleep. Thepracticalinferences
& ADYANCE The a ye sale is postpoued until the first liar to localities, that can be observed in mighty men of old. A new stimulus is trumpet; praise Him with,:L.. p:.th.:r; so.1 are these: Fires, those who thinkrinost,
ADVERT18ERENTB will be inserted on the b or 11e is postponed until the first a remarkable degree, if we study carefully likely to be given to American archEGO10gy, http) prRIS9 Him With the timbrel and Who dO EO braitWOh, require mostfeep*
following terms: . .5 fouday in August, the different trails of character that are de- by a discovery recently made some ninety dance; praise Him with stringed instry. Second, thak(time saved from necessary
One Dollar ( r .- ---.. spr twelve lines and Thle above salteer 9% postponed until the first veloped in the races. TIle inhabitants of miles Northeast of Fort Stanton,, a long mepts and organs; praise Him upon the sleep is inifalliblydestraietivetomindbody,
en dro subs e\di nanidnSeventy-Five '1'h ab e .pleis postponed until the first. & c...r., p.,, re of the earth are as diiisimi- account ofwhich has just appeared in the loud cymbals; praise Him upon the high and estate.-Third, give yourself, your
Yearly advdrtisers shallbe limited to the. MondayinOctobernext. lar in their appearance, mode of living, FortSmith(Ark.) Thes. Wecondense, sounding cymbals; let everything, that childry, your servants-giveall byare
sa ad e niA c ra 8 shalbbe m '0 abogsale s postponed until the first and consequent develcpmost, as might be The plain upon whidflie the massive re. breathes praise Jah; hallelujah! under you the fullest amount ofsleefthey
batsine s to be advertise. Any advertisement 1.. y t >nod until the first the residents of another plant. Jies of gorgeous temples and magnificent Was there over such a soAg of praise as will take, by compelling thein to go to bed
not F. --pers> connected with the business shall -'1 't..r..-1 until the Erst Not only the climate but the effect of halls, slopes gradually eastward towards this ? It sounds like the voice of many at some regular earlyhour, and to rise in
modu e raraojye onmaletodanoy excess of monday in January next. natural scenery seems to have a great in- thewiver Pens, and is very fertile, crossed waters, and ifke the voice of mighty thun- the morning the moment they awake; ands
Alladvertisemeritanotmarked with the num- Mo hden uals 1 sitl>oned until the first fluence in forming, or shaping, rather, the by a gurgling stream of the purest water, derings. Glorious conclusion to the Psalms within a fortnight, nature, with almost the
, s re irpd, will be continued The above sale -ta .pealponed until the first character of the people that are scattered that not only sustlins a rich vegetation, of David If at the close of the 72d regularity of the rising sun, willunloose
4-9* F.w.. u 1.. .si L.e charged for all an- Afondej Apr ne t.postponed until the fzrst upon the face of the earth; although the but perhaps furnished with this necessary Psalm it was said, "the prayers of David, tAo a .9f sleep the moment enough
ar,., .. .mer.va on C al. Jur..s for Office, in ad- monday in May next. unity of the races is always preserved, their element the thousandaythe once inhabited the son of Jesse, are ended," it may be no repose liangbeen secured for the want of the
Co tract advertisements payalge quarterly; Acting, She inet 1 unty. progress and development is much affected this present wilderness. The city was less truly added here, othe raises of Da- system. I'hisis theonlysafeandsudicient
p ertisewant ims rangeflCtdher an il^ yar. 5. by the surroundings, that either tend to probably built by a warlike race, as it is vid, the flon of Jesse, are nded." rule-and as to the questionshow much
iconsidered due whenyalled for. enervate and atupefy, or toererew On quare, at sixCm he, -n - MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. roris and bca!thy organism with its corre afford the highest protection against an tuition of the same strains. The Now Tes- forina:.11--;rea Nuure will never failto
Application for Letters of Administra- .1 .r, i. iv .. ,..1 ... ...... y -, 1 Intive mental expansion and i. 1 il....= u- exterior fue. many of the buildings on the tament carries on the music, and apostles *Write itout to the .buryr under the rdo-c.
tion ti co De tors and Creditors - .it // I .*0 .. advancement. outer line being pierced with loopholes, as complete the praise that Old Testament lation just given.-Dr. Aficer.
plication or dismissal as Adminis was subjected to time same number of so re The hardy mountameer, who, like the though calculated for the use of weapons. sairits began. The last note of praise which ygg
trator .- - - - - 10 00 isnd different tests, and met with so few fail- 10rdly eagle, porches his eyrie upon the hill? Several of the buildings are of a vast the Bi)4e records is that heard at the LARGEST PRINT2NG PRESS IN THE
o 1%ills to Printing, must be paid m storita / top, and bounds like the chamois over crag auvunt of labor. There are the ruins of Lamb's marriage supper-a note full of TVoaLD.-- At the printing houseoftheAp.
Cuts, swelliing sprai ruises, or Eruptions and lirecipice, cannot brook the absolution three noble edifiegs, each presenting a front joyunspeakable p etons, in New'York, is a prek;made ex-
472is & O ss. e n q un .1 of a tyrant, and nature speaks through their of three hundred feet made of ponderous rraise our God all ye his servants! p salyb ) frdbster's Spelling BAk, which
to pipacribe i -- ** **-1=. during siauls and makes a Wallace and a blocks of stone, and the dihpidated walls Ye that fear Him, both small and great P ee at once. As thit is the
FALL FASHIONS ARE 0177. Jeux8e to it raten much adstent nkrom to Tell." The march of civilization and ere even thirty-ve feet high. There are For the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth,* only press of its kind in existence, so Web-
first scientitic minds of the age. No family can strength of t.1xe oppressor, of course, is a no partitions in the area of the middle (sup- Let ussbe glad and rejqice, and give honor to ster's "Spellor" is the only book requhing
1. .. ( .: e Libret esca or or to Alastung material element 10 the ultinwte disposal posed) temple so that the room must have him, a pkess so rapid, and on which a single
to ... ....... Fr respectable dealers in of the country or nation; but the pricolple beca vast; and there are also carvings in CounAGE IN OMEDT.-"There is a is being printed without interrupting
body nust h ea ew II if 1, New-York. of freedom, tj pified in the huge mountain has relief and fresco work. Appearances branch of general education which is.nol ems rna leDecembef. The sale of
. ..:- ral..o .r. .: .0< r ** " *"" '"'" Ju- .*) t...: .q...n..ius..x, abast us..ie .-thral al..:.u,4.t at wil u.....: re-r women, as re- illi Sp amounts to more thap
.r ., ._ .. 1. a our y I .... an. - ------- "-- a on. >...11 '"I ::- *dr as hr e arr th nal.4 -O'"r.We 11<* H of ...a ill'.?p..r core. -frds -wh., 0, ind, e.J.*;r is idelhitheysire one m. o [* r salmill, and more have
coi amoverpi 10 ntoacheeswithBroad TO TOURIS1 ..Le .'LLi*ti.'.1 'Pl( I ..0-.. ...ualr,,..:[,al...Iin.Inc..0, r....j 1 decoratedbytheartilit'shand as those nor L.r.w.I.1.4p.to cultivatetheopposite. r Fold h-mshelyware(.:,.pl.*intheUnk
trims at all, 13egre, a ,,, e. ING NEW YORK. soon or later breaks forth in a Garibaldi Thebes and Palmyra. The buildings are Women are not taught to be courageous. uch a book is manifestly the
'ikes Plea. L.1 1 ...I. I ...,//I .. THE I TERNATIONAL Il0TEL, born in the shadow of the Appenines; or a al loopholed in each side, much resembling Indedd, to some persons, couragemayseem h lof many years; and plantedsin our
and Tip Top. in fact every thing ever worn< Schainyl reared on the mountains of the that found in the old feudal castles of Eu- as unnecessary for women as Latin and s, itbears abundantly the fruits of
i .tos 1 rTa s'ho 6 D Circadstan froptier. The same sense of rope designed for the use of archers.- Greek, yet there are few thing; that would prlog ess and and civilization.-New York
Nov. 12. T. NELSON. NE1Y YORK. freewin is nourished ou. the broad green The blocks of which these edifices are com- .tead to make women happierin themselves, .
prairie and laterminable forest or our own posed are cemented together by a species and more acceptable to those with whom GEORGIA ARROW RO
country; in overy placewhere Christianity of mortar of abitumbonscharacters, which they live, han courage. There are many Philadelphia papers an an ee ennd
J. WAYLOR, PROPRIETOR. is the governing lurce of a nation, there has such a tenacity that vast massCs of women of thepreseneday-sensi la women c!Pure Georgia Arrow Root," manufact
nature spreads her boldest, sharpest out- wall have fallen down without the blocks in other things-whose panie'terrors are a ed by Col Hallowes of St. ur-
0 p GOOds. Posses advantages which all travelers appre- lines, or expands into some broad and un- being detached by the shock. We hope, frequent source of discomfort to themselves State. Dr. Ja Mary's; in thip
ci:1te. 2. .. cannot be surpassed, being limited b Gkson, 10f the University of
FLOUn, convenix... .... principal places of business p use. are long,,to .be favored with full and des- and those around them *Now. it is a great Pennsylvania, pronounces it **a enor to
MEAL, BUCRWHEA'", inedreannesement1xnd <6, rq.P"a 4 wl FrThe guy, smiling landscape of sunny criptive particulars, as it is probable that mistake to imagine that hardness must go any Bermuda or other arrow roo he has
TUTTER, well ventilated; and being conducted on tJae ance coquesting integreep s....,,... J. ,ad visits and -....u.a.'I..ca- will be made with courage; and that the bloomof gentle- seen. Dr. JamesR. Ohilton, li reacted
CHEEME, European plan visitors can live in the best flowery slopes; her rivers running hithir at1longst such uran:- .c.. ...T.... of the un- ness and sympathy must all"be rubbed off chemist, declares it to b in
EEEF, pARD, ly widx a i., ,,; and thither, chasing each otlier through known past, by some of the United States by that vigor of mind which gives presence "fully equal to.the beatequa t f
PORK, extensive z, meadows, dell and little strips of trees, odicers attached to the nearest fort. of mind, enables a person to be useful iiI root obtained from Be da."
FISH, ughfarehadeen ..=-1--1.. Ia--- *1- ,3..un.ells..iieldsin their green freshness, 4 ggy g rmu -Republi.
PICKLES use of ladies, and the general arrangements of peril, an es to desire to assish OVer- can.
TRIPE, the Irogse are ruch, as to adord the greatest is a fairsenabiance of the romantic, fickley DRUNKENNESSINEUROPE.-Rev. Theo- come that sickliness of sensibility which
SUGAR, CATSUP, po t N I ATIONAL IIOTEL is con- and unreal life of the Frenebman. The dore Parker, in oneof his letters from Eu-. can only contemplate distreap and dif5culty. IMPonTANT To MARINERS.-Therehag
TEAS, nected with dreamy, quiet landicope of Italy, where rope, published in the Liberator, says: So far from courage being unferninine, beep lately invented a compass, which i
COFFEE, TAYLOR'S CELEURATED SALOONS, the lights and shadows mingle, and the "In Europe, you see many things which there is a peculiar grate and dignity in so constructed and operated upon as to giv
FI*,CITs, Accommodding over one thousand persons, in woft, delicious air, perfumed by eternal seem strange to an American. Take the those beings who have little active power at 411 times the speciSo leews of a 1
toBAcco, CONFECTIONERIES, 1hii visitors jehave the r ornif they flowers that bloom in vernal beauty on her use of wipe, If I am right, the Europeans of attack or defencepassingthrough danger It may be placed on a table in be capt i
SEGARS, ments. The fare served ir acons and plains and campagua, enervate th child of consume about 6,5000,000, gallons of gine. with a moral courage which is equal to that cabin, and will inform him of the Je
5017, PIPES, flot Iitsoil d1aendy t /in the ei$.to be su- song, and he sleeps away in quiet innetivi- In France, leave out of account the pasture of the strongest. We see this in great deviation fromthe course to which t
roTAstle Mar. s. Im ty, a iite which in Itailongings has never land which is not plowed, and the forests things. We-perfectly appreciate the sweet vessel may be heading. It is claimed th
FAILS. N. Y. MACHINERY DEPOT reached beyond the glowing fields of his of the actual arthle land one-third is de- and noble dignity of Ann Boleyn, Maray it will work .perfectly correct, no matt
< PAILS, P own poetic fancy. voted to the cultug of the grape. Yet Queen of Scots, or a Marie Antoinette. hogr much agitated by the motion fth
BROOMS, SSS Pearl....t., New York* Thus the elect of natural scenery upon there are immense districts where no wine fbere isno beauty in fear. It is a meno, vessel. o a
FLUID CAMPHINE, M IL BAN K & AN NAN the character of a people is a fruittitl sub- cag he raised at all. I see it stated that ugly, dishevelled creature. No statue can

ELLIES CANDLES (SuccessorstaA. L. ACKERMAN,) ject for contemplation. The broad* the Governinp*nt returns make it appear be made of it that a woman would wish fp Turoarder Discon E T.- aag (4
DATES, STEAM ENGINES AND EO1LE \S majestic ocean, the lofty m....nan.3., lakes, that the pe ple offraqpe drink 850,000,- see herself like. formed by Gol. B. P. Wardlaw, that he
AND PRESERVEs LEAT HER AND EUBBER BELTING givers, forests, prairies, all have their own gallons of wine, and the palculaption is that UK LDIST FAINTINGIN THE QRLD. has dMovered upon his premiseer an-a
1 p li. CARR. ANDDEALERRIN IRON AND WOOD appropriate-sphereintheeconomy of natureJ the amount is not much less than 1,000>" -When Napoleon asked apainterfor what two miles from thi.s pine, eulpbur water
Jan. 7 narracTUEERS 8 affecting the'CharattGY, thepG8y the COD- 000,000. 400 Idon't believe, in the year h ti 6 lied strongly impreguited with chalybeate

CITEAP GOODS. WORKING MACHINERY, ion a ,.an fm 1 1 1859, there3wa0q@so mu n e am n erepld paihtinglast?" st edso ad e se
n Dr rUo rat the o and of Du MANUFACTURggs ARTICLES, Sco the Lord, shall go forth the law for the as among the 3,000,000 Yankees of New inquired the Emperor. rdof slie water are really such as091.
the receipt of a fine assortment of Spring and oct establishing of my kingdom." England. I have been four months at ''Three or four hundred years, ifpresery- w has reason to suppose, it will
Summer Goods selected especially in accordance From the mountain, then, dawns the Home; there are wine shope everywhere; I ed with Are and no accidents ha so doubtless prove advantaireous both to him.
g cu e of thi as ket andTit will ,o 0 ee rist ye dl re am out of doors from tin..s to six hours a aAng thai is whatyoucallimmTtality," asif and.our village--Madison Messenger,.
us enworall ndxamidnati an AGISTRATE'S Court forDistrict Np.1 heaven, looms perpetually the untram_ day, 14pd I have n..-,..r yet seenaman saidtheEmperorbitterly. TEE PREBLE.-The U.8,000p-otwar
St. John's.County, will be held at the nielled element of liberty, the safeguard of drunk; now agd then one is merry, never We were reminded of this the other day Preble, which played so conspiesons a part
AI care up so in the ci y of st. Augustine on are religion and virtue, and from the fastuesses intoxicated. The Romans, Italians, Frenob, on seeing the statement that :>.6 ul 3..sa so the e ture of the two M
MO < M. 1.1'.- of eae sh every montly at 10 pf her rocks and caverns, in all ageds, have &c., are quite temparate; they dride their paiitting in the* world is a Madonna and wo mad rstand, has beenexiedan amean,
I ramilyGracericaFr shEanddail d. MIC NELIGAA Justice of the Peace 'he covers nts past appressiop an tyran- wealt wine with wates, and when they take child, painted A. D. 866. The oldest in Pensaeohi Kavy Yard, and willbe here in
M 2 1 06 tr. Took, then, enslaved options of ,tlie liquors, itis only a little glass-ful ata tinie, England is said to be the portrait of a few days.-Observer. I
H V NA A A earth, to the hills for your salvation) m the which does got make a ipoonful. I don't Chancer, painted in panel in the early part
OLLINS Az98 Spaded, Shovels, Corn Mills, savage grander of their scenery see the believe there is a bar in all Italy where of the fourteentheoentury. Such. is the AN InzsnMAN's WILI,.-"I will and
Grubbing it grry Con2s &#cARR. s n j2 an t tl zch er at ceh e tl ey men step up and drink rum and water, gia immortality of the artist. How insignia. bequeath to my beloved wife, all my proper

108 Dates Gum Dr a Rock Candy, &0. Ap' same; the watchword on the heather-hills and water, &0.' Excessive drinking is not cant, when compared with that which awaits -ty without reserve; add to my oldestson,
op B. E. CARE, of Scotland, the towering Alpine heights, to do taste of the people. In the North the Christiant Patrick, one half the remainder, and to

RO GERO April7-1860, and away neross the plains of Hindostan, of Europe, and even in Switerland, it is There ian carriage-maker in Providence Dennia, my youngest son, the test. If
HORSE RADISH PsOOT to the p sks of the snow-capped Hunmaylies not so. The English, without help from R. I. who gives notice that he can make anything is left, it may go to Torrange No-
(BENE T' 8 CORN Ill R ) LIvis, as per., rickles, assorted catsups, ra ever e satme. mountains, then, for your the Irish and Scotch, drink about 600,000,- a carriage which will "carry a man into futyla swd &
O fresh English Mustard, smoked Salmon' ar)C of safety, for form the hill-tops shall go 000 or 700,400,000 gallons of beer every office or anything else,' and he also "re-
Ad n nqdee ryleadin2etrdof tholds youndGSa n, pickled Bahan, M ck rAIR er- forth the word for therestorationof world year, not to speak of the wiDO, SpiritS, 0*; pairS Carriages DE COD8tittitional anti Up.. *14001[ 0116 for paint," as (150
he. SI, gar, 4 geom despotism, sin and tyranny.----Cosmos. 4hey take to waph it down withal zon-like manner." When a fellow woat to kiss g'


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T. AUGU TINE, FLORIDA, ger; thts was the n. star.,f boys moixated
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n...1: 1..0...11. at its..t 1.. c..glat 1...- 1.0.0,-(. ling..n 114 C..-scra., 1.0 Ib*** 1** *
but'adatighter of:I.c a l...r l..;C.-d that he Most high andpeturerful Ohief
night be pared for though one Christian Thoughlleges able I believe to serve yott

enson ac landdo no goood eq 11 a 16eon tbh1e st6thos tinde6 your cout 1,
tronor to have 'one & enptive; to which the greatest of them ean accomplish, I sp-
reasoning the father basented directing 111E pear before you in fuli confidence of receiv-
body to be healed. W1,:r, in 1...1; .< sell ;.._- ..ur favous much as though ideserved

@gl n sity a es. .3.1 ra ../ j6 or ith tdfli ri ird owh le" ered
hight time whkh can. li a...I..it...:.1i ,,, ,,y power, which I was bound to do for
commending liimself to God. One nigWe ,,,;.,, 1,...,,., ,,.4 ,ny promise sake, but be-
they took away fribu him the body of it c...s.: 1 l...I.A lb 1 great men should be
little child, son of a principal man, and law a 21 .1- an ..6 as four l. ..lity v.erfee-
golviaafter thein he threw a dart at the tions exceed those of all ...il... is y
wolf that was carrying it I hich 1.:.11... command overfine wardirs sujurier to
itself wounded let go its hold unif --em -n mens so is your abilley equal to thd fu
todig and he, without knowing What he .;.......:.st ..f ...hi. proftision: flidifavok
had done in the dark, returned. In die I .,le. ..ca a ...=>. . morning finding the body of use little boy to ,..ar .. In op use to do u'. 10,6
gone he became vary sover, -and Uqita on..* 1...3... .,
n me ed bt Avid t behi u Is> ne de di

isent after it... v. .1..: on the trail Ortis hini lie Of distian he< had one no shoni
showed astheirthey had made, the body of thanto keep his word and preserve hid
the child was find near by add a litue honor nevertheleiss he thanked him for art
ural........irt...a...It- *J..1.v'.ach hauso. ,;1,.rflabi (b..r wi r..s*..s ..rl.er for
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Lu- ... 11.. ..... ******d c..,,.: t., 1.. 2.. L ..1 -. .s. .. .a.....I..s of
pinee hel attallen use the hands of clus ..1.. i.ine a Ji.. t 3 L .iven to their

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-so one he had it. n .... -. 3...< .*,... 1.. ,,,.11.1 me 0 ]
ne lost lus occupacwn and with it tire
favour of his master. The Indians are on --9 n II 1 reusanbered,
worshippers of the Devil, nod. it is their that when the application 4.=am for
cussoni to make sacriftees of the blood and propelling vessels, was first :-u.ges..-.1, the
bodies of their peopid, or of those of any runss of the wise public ...1.. .1.;.) it as 4
other (hey on come by: and theyaffian too be th t. J
that when he would have theth make an chimera; and yet A ing was s... Icre ,
offering hospeaks.to thelfaud tells them sud--to this greqt agent, cornu.. ree i.1 th
diat 1 is attirst and fliat they rituatsacri- day owes its chief ,<,.,_sl, This e. 3
fice to him. TEe girl that Ipd ifeli eied text. nuty apply to thi.,., or a1, .3 p..nel.J
Quiz Iroin the fire told him how her fath- fo le, to I ..'= J ba's
er haddetamined to sacrifice him the next ineportance- r exnusp
day, and that he must flee to Moooco whoin Bail Road, now ta J . - a j.*=- .
she knew wou & receive hiin with regard was A Roll Road from some point on the
r she had heard that he had asked f
1 dkbne 2 tt ld ikedo us a hi ss:equd cine has been talked of ti no out of And,
e luxif aleague outot town with hun to put andthematter, and its acknowledged ad-
r him on the road red ruing early varitages, discussed frain year to year; but
t so as not :to be missed. 11e traveled as] cannotbuild Roads,
e all night aird in the .. ..... ..ue to a nothing practical was effeefed until De-
river, the boundary of a 1 ..r : of 310 comber 1853. Ti.,,,, .... ... two men un-

e ',where disco 0 tv40 at dertook 10 earry .. -ie : .t. : matter into
t 0:ita, and their languages different, ne operatmn. i zi... .4) :.. I ..,8 small
g did not how how he should be able to hostility fro;** i., .rv I .:.e... stoodia
- tell thein who he was and why he earne, or the way, but these w re e-prn-outed, I
a make "lhpr explanatio ut, they ruight charter was procured, a .-1 sc. **u *

r 0 hower 1 wat 13100 ad co see b organized a:(d thy war ..... 11.0.1; on-
their ur us were placed was he Tiscovered E 's to a . .1 r. itif could
o when they ded towards the town and though .. ..t .. 1 : vi re:. -. e fear awl
as eatled out a the aa wait tint he would throp nioriths freyn the orpnization, we
Jo Cle:a no hurt they only ran the thski sa tiio102 coatinuously graded 7 thbon
n war adoret.uading Win. As they arnve l
t in.2. ma.,, 10.1.. -, ......- own df the 1,, .,, 0... \<:,..1. .'.. su.. c.....i
...... 6 "'" ...: in order to .. 1 **/1.,,. 1 1
h kill In witti thek- arrows wipa he audig and other arrangedients:nuida tiar the sp -qi)
a -ag -essed took shelter behind trees , '. t.,, ... c. ?.. 1 All this .ms beets
t cryin el th: to inits a chris a achieved by one or tive pent is way hav4

., At thatinoment it p!eased God that devoted their the, talouts and honey to
e ,, ...3 O,. as.; . up peaking the enterprise. It is to be i er 2 thus
ts ,, 3., .. I biin others facts go to show that the reputel money:d
d. 011 t them what wassaid. Three or inen of the community, who will experiend

U.coique ve a lit . r e. v to the most benefit, have bbea 19tewarm, or
o- ter of a lengtto ou the ivay to receive ini 0 withold suall 0 tribulations as Ware note
s- He caused the Christ au to swear rally expelled front them. In edinise, this
e to hini a ll... to the clustain of his class may say they had upt*been sultiziefst-
.,3..t., or 1,. .. .7d not leave him LE- ly add ad, to take origlupt stack. His
ura lc


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.1 -, 8. r Eso., of P..1.si ... 11. .5
a dul who Ire.t to act as Age:.r I.,c or *
Auoustmn Examann, and w-al I' .. 6-
scriptials, makecollectionsaue receipt as the
same.

TOR PRESIDENT.

,1$110. 0110 150
or r.vrumer

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FORVOEPRESIDENT'

DANIE S DICKIN ON


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here n erethe addreijp in extenso

noxt .
Celelfratloll-
3-2 u 3 by the yonug LadGs of
St. .ibr; C, .-entto attend the corona-
tion of their biny Queen, \ve arrived lit the
spacious and shady groutids of Mac ris.
(known as "Douglas' place.") 'A ferir min-
utes after30'elock a most delightful and
even instructive ceremony ---is consenegl:
tish yourfg Ladics, boarders ....I J S] **[ 1-
to therdinber of one hundred or, over, all
tastefully dressed in white, their fair young
brows decked with garlands of May flow
ps, assembled before :1,0 al...1 throne,
whilsh was beautifully ornaiterited with
anots,(spanishbeapl) and green boughs
Natu cloud darkened the sunlight of hap-
pkesswhich beduled from i' 1 **"
counteriances: Miss IGNATIA ROGERO,
t-she b3 her as.r,:..co...s conduct, kind and
a.sat.ie rests:r .Jo .: the year, won the
respect sul dection of her schoohnstes)
wesorow.xed t'ueen of May before a very
large assembly of Citizaus. Miss PLAc2n^
Mastrus, delivered thecordantion address
in verse, ve were veig much pleased with
die slu4.1 an$ !pirit mannerein which
dent r.....r .e. with the grace
phe U.:.w:1 in placing the crown upon the
Q.ne,-a L':.- .yogag quysfjr itf a very
feeling response returned thanks for the
love aiidafiction they had shown, saying
she value thenemore than the crowu they
pl ead on bar brow. We were particu
-
to ,=truck whis thy.boaring-of the Queen,
she carried herself "right royally," nature
indeed fitted her for the proud position
which she held, The beloved of her school-
wrates. Miss MARY A. NELSON, presented
the seeptre in teruts the most appropriate y
we were indeed charmed with the addrCSE
ofthis young Lady; she has reflected hou-
cron herself apd the institution to whiell
shet...Ing-sa.,d in fact so have t',eyall
by thema'ng-froad with which they spok
t
and acted, The Queen acturned thanks
in her usually felicitous manner; we fee;
assured that she was the happiest Queer.
in existence, enjoytug as she did theatree
tson of her subjects withoutbeing troubled
by the cares oj'state.
The following maids of honor accompany
iedthe Queentathe throne. 2.1 .1c.2..b
ta Rogero, MatyPacetti, Manu=I in Lt..r
AntoniaDeMedicis, MichalenaUsina, Shr)
Canovay during the proce:ision to th<
throne, the following o'pddreo strewed
flowerabefore theQuien-VirginiaNelson
Josephide Aruau, Osteno:a Rogero, Lizzi4
DeMedecis, MaggieCanovaSusan Masters



looking wore they that one. almost fel
. Ja.nsk.them-=- What nowffron
Heaven? The Qaeon hilvigg ascended
the throne called on Mr. ]JANKETT, to ad
dress theassembly with respect to. the or
ij;1u of the May-day f= si :0.:,, Wh wl.io!
request he gracefully complied. The aid
dress being condnded, all retired to th
refreshment tables, which like mob table
on similar occasions were literally groanin
with good things; singling us out from th
erowd, swoof the maids of honor brought
usa portionofill these delicaoles; imativ
assure the fairy creatures that their cof
footionarieswere asczoellent in the qual
ty as thef were lierd if QB profuSOff 68
stowed; we return thesil orn Most heart
thanks for the delicious, viands of whic
we partook.
"Theyrettirned to the City in procession
proceded by sevel..I .a:1.ume018 of musi
Thus did a usect d pass off, whach will or fail la its intended
effects, to tanbend the sectious mind b
Wholesome amusenant, to excise a land
1,10 emul.ulon arra.x,; the pupils, and abov
all to impress phis ealutary thought upo


TP.1 CLillul"G. h 11L...lev ar. J.g..,(.1 us El. alu e.r.
Jon:, L1;s Pau.ire E.LO., lea handel To ni., ..ts..t.uL to itastrocess, which now
us a pamphlet, contaking the answers of presents itself, is in the general dryness
R. Fortutoof England, to interrogatories 'of sour climate, and this mAy Itude him by the Hon. W. 9: Bishop, the no objection. Our climate certainly pre-
conimissioner of Futentis at Washii3gton, sents in the nunibar of ruitsy days a strik-
relating to the cultivatioil of thet'en plant, ing contrast idth that of Shanghae, accord-
<...,, ,ri,:..1, w.. .,ie., its- following par- ing to the table of gLservatipus accompany
to..ela y, the any lur:....r, m@ny of our c.,- ti,; I ***8 -' ,
r....J. -, runs Srt.c.: ... al...ily within th9 .
d.4..0 ..1 lairs.h c. -- int:h that cultie True Relation of the fail which the
11as a ct 11,.. 3,.11.4 success. Mr. Fortune Ac1elantado Don, .11erriando cle
itat mar hi- .. 10mation has been at:- Botoand some knights of Portugal
in underwent in the Discovery ofFlor-
qged during n long residence the tea ida, now just made by a sidalgg of
dfatrieta of Obtna and Ibdia and may be Elths.
'fullyrelied upon. Kal not the Cotmnis-
aloner of Patents deemed this, inforafation VIEWED IlY THE INQUISITION.
reliable he, would seargely, have been at I
the trouble of is lying to Mr. Fortune MISCOVery-OfflOrit!R
for the facts. ''
The districts in Obina, which supply RELATION OF THE VICISSITUDES ATTEN-
the greater portion of. the E-:. ..::p,..I:.1 to ditigtheGovernorDonflernando desotoinan
EuropeandAmericalieactw....u Insulade attempttoconquerFlorldstinwhichisset
. n.: 1 al..: r-,,, ., .3; forth who be was, and aso who were others

rhey are .rst...o ./. ..ud$So si .. . <....uk em.
north In China tin I .. :.... ..r. the (but aued]
I o h HadB0 e of 0

2000 to 6300 feet. round who had been a lowg tinsk in the
**The best 4,psoriptials of soil r the ten possession of a cacque.
plant is.a light yllRivish logm, yell' mixed /Wo:>\ the town of Uoita the Governor
with sand nud enriched with vegetable mat. sent the Aleaide-mayor Baltasar de.GaL-
ter, moderately moist, but not wet or sour. logos with forty horsemen and eighty foot-
Sloping or undulating' land ,af this kind, men into the country to procure aq todian
on which good crops of millet and Indian if possible) and h'e also sent in another di-
corn are produced, is likely to be suitable. reaction for the same purpose Captain Juan
Any aspect will *Io, but east and west are Rodriguez Labillo with lifty infantry the
perhaps the best. The tea plabt will ?!bt greater part of sword and buckldr the
dourinth ih a wot or -r a.....r ni rest were cross-bour and guning. Th
e
Th f th I command ofLabillonarchedover aswampy
e lange a 1. c... on ., as we land there hdrses equld not travel, and
learn from his tables, is somowhat lower in halia league froth camp came upon some
, winter and higher in so uniar t in in this lauts near a river. We people la them
partofour State. The diforence, however, plunged into the water, nevertheless fou
is not very great. In some regions they womint 0 urt oo edson isbaud I
nove ice two or three inches thick ap we wereforcedto retire into coup. Th
some snow, which remains only for a shor IAdians are exceeding ready with thei
ume. That t'ca prodlicing region seems weapopsandsowarlike and nimble uns
e to present a grouter contrast with Florida they have no care oi tootines for if thes
n
r in thereiny weather than in any ul,,, :lure this they flee, no5 hen they tur
e thing contained in this table of observa- They avoid N517ug re e sil othau
r tions. We give the number of rainy days Higut ofanarrow. Tney never remain quie
r at Shanghne, latitude 31? SO' north, for but are continually running and travernin
the month of February for several years, tratuplaceto placesothat crosbowor acque
In 2851, it rained ten days; 1852, thirteen businuty not be ai ned at 5 u.eg Nor
Jap; 1853, eleven days; 1851, swolve dayp; either an I idlan will disedurge thlee o
1855, five day; 185G, th!:-taea a sp; 1851- 11;uArrows, and h6 saidout misses of hi
thirteen days; 1858, eleven days. The object. 1Yuere the arrowlmeets (vich n
' ruintinum at Spangao would exceed the amiour it.p.ereas as dcoply as the simi
- average ip this phoo. Mr. Fortune states from a crosebaw. Tuelt ban are ver.
t perfect; the arrows are made of certain
y that me.h nin is not injurious to thq ten ..... <].1. -..1 Very heavy and v. Wi
phtfit lear -'.. eg >. If v ?.11 tr...I ,,,, ...t al.... whett sharpened to.
g April to July. The plant lif an overgreen, thro 1, a .. r Some are orated wit
, resembling in this to, met the camellia.- the in : L* that (5 Shal ) arkElike
, In a wild state it grows someti nes to feet 11 3 < lers wk: no to a 90 us p a

; high, with a stain froartwo to three luebes in when tiley strike upon armour break
diameter. The young leaves are only the place the }>arts are purs to
geth;r; Clos


crrian.xr some of .tl... I.ril.: y... [.1:.
+
St. 301111'8 Itaril ROAd.
In another-columsi will be found a com-
munication, called.aut by a writer to the
Jacksonville Standard, professihg to hail
from thistity. That there should be an
individual in this place, or the county, op-
posedtotheeompletiodiofthis ga it
lio improvement, surprises iss. T -i'"
should.he in our midat, one 5.> litrio
alive to the spirit of progress of the
present age, as not to appicolaid
,et 1, ..vr so <.11 e asse of our


My -1.. on.: ...r.r : -,
.. L .:. to.....1 our cancept on
0 as


sigh an one exists ir. this goural City, who
b as been exhiBiting his spliit in the Stand
ard.
That men may differ as to the ultimate
..i. ..s infit of tivis road is'natural on
ough; and that pshny should not have the
public spirit to contribute to such an inti
-

provement, unless they thought it would
pay, in too common in every community.
But when mother are\ -ll... to furnish all
the means, 10all the workion all thorisks
of failure and of their own froo will, furn
-
ish to our citizens this great public be crit
we Gaunot but7. ... i tbG Epirit to oppose
the proffiring of such a goodtocar commu
nity is risro with any people. We ivould
n at like to characterise the motive which
could have'pronipted this oppostion to
our Rail Road. This work is not for th
aggrandisementof the few. Lis:o -howe
down its viessingsupon casuinisy. And the
engaged in it deserve lunch credit for tithi
enterprise, perseverance, and c ar:ng, fo
fewamong us weald have undertakes it.
.
Democratic Convention.
From-the papers we learn on the siternoon
of theS3th the minority report on the phurorm
'vasadopted. This is in favor of nonintervela
tion and equivdient to Douglas squatter sor
proxgmy. us the pispeh represent. We have no
,,, .,,g, ,,.p,1xerefore ==--t onl
. .. .r ir.-.. su .. on trie .: ,:, u^g
these resolutions, the delegates of the followin
stateswitairew from the convention; Alabama
south (4rolina, WHastssi pi, Ldauistina, FlorA:

abord States were a meet in conned I at nigh
much olitical oicitoniont prevailed Th


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d may add, by the country generdly-.1%n- The tea plant may be readily prop-gated
y al cola Observer. from seed, layers, and outtings."
a- The next Den-oeratic Stato Convention We suggest to some of our y.I on.rs it,
e will be held in Quincy on the 2nd Monday ( propriety of trying the ten culture in our
n in June neze. coil. From the above there would seem to


of oune split and will outer a shese of un
thus dolog more injury tofu whou anne

@ :e v af> dbot b .no
died, and bralight wills him the four w
men he had takou iii' the huts or cabla
When Baltasar de .. ..... -emise into th
upon fielJ he discovered ten or ee I
>r. .. .1 I

nor and he.in no respeat diTorin
fresh then>. ;Ls soon as the horseme
were in eight they r.au upon the Indian
who fled "hiding themselves w a woo
01 ugh not with at two or to de f the
,,,b _,_,r.; 'a horseunts with lanc
comingnpon him begar to cryour oDo n
killmeCavalier, has : ..t..u, norsla
these people who;.,.. a... of life.
He direct ediedd.. El ft woputti

came to 42i u. The horsemen took th
Christian and Indians up together behin
them on :1. L .. i. As .= LI7 I

tl03 v o had mainabdk scan
heard tr..: ... . a- not loss please
than'th.. <
OuArtma IX. Of how the Christia



I r. un use ..r 16 0 was Ja
.; us ol" ble u ulathe
.1 Flo 1, been twelve years in s
m
d N alladviu co
turned in the ships to* Ouba where t
stife of the Goverder renisined whence b
her command he trent back to Flori
with solve twenty or -thirty others in
innao itudqoranting to oirt Inu ihall

6-- st*.au.1. split in the top holding
"..- ..i.e.:.r. they supposing the Go...In
Iad lef6 there to give formation at 1,

3, j 3mit totabina ich .u
... 0 ...t I..ur u 0 1..1; ns usu: n,_ ,31...
t., t.-.uk al. .. ..e1, do th.as e...o...
1 0 rur it U 0: and ar....I ..r sT..
:B..uwh caute ry 1-- the v.=ht, ..t too a -

j g, !I e es
draidingnear held the n in analk wi th
stbey could not escape. One who ou
line defended himself they slow' 8 l
. spot; the othertheyseized by the 1.2.0
taki In be 1(Joi their behief.c 4
2
0.1....1 along r <,.au cand re-allu..j 1, a
hi u.1 of Ca.L. By consumes of II.:-s
Juan Ortis was bhind hand and foot
four shakes, laid upon a flake find a fi


to do' ineau 2 h a it
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tt
e
a r ntii
Christiansshould come to-that land he
would let him go freely and give him his
permission that he might return to theat,
taking his odh t this according to the
.Indicanpus fishing Po use at tu

leagues from land brahgFt news of having
seen ships. when 111ococo calling Ortis
gave him peroussioh to .ioportivbo taking
leave made all haste possible to die shore

herebfindijlooaves a he th a
discover his mind. So he remained with
him faine je rs with little hopes of ever
IRDS more; but no sooner nad

pacewh thoGovern ritP oj lu
diredlytold Ortis that Christians .wore if
the town of Uola T. .. y ... 1,
lionself orily jewe ir . . 1. LL



ass ed hitu that .t e. .. 0
w e... Man leave tp .4 .11.0 nu the on
3, .:2.,< sad the (.I. 0 ch. ul1 <1. ..

d mistopt blem r.... 1. I I., as
this 2..&= slat L.I. L 1.1...uk sull a. its truth
howe. l... r t....t 341 ....,. nu J .v-ni bi
way. A dozen principal 1...110.= so r
.....er ., .ny.0, b. una Jo us.." "'

t nue\ that ha b en rol t .
rived at abs damp the Governor ordered
up ..r..I v.. L <..ub u, go....] -as.u..ur and
c. co.: 1. n. n to us to .1 1.0 1...J i.,a
..r ,r I J." II cmi.f j

..es .ra or,> as a.uun
.. t. I. .1 IN:J. but slan surrry
ar cr wasa in.-i E..s and Pitt soup,
No..:- sc., U. ra uni <.11 may that

1 **j, .3 tr.bus a J
mu. 11, u I...1.0. e1,.:1E.r to..o U. 0
1, as: wr.= r us.u- uJ band 0,; m an .
.11 Wearing the I :-- Oc.v.-rr 4 a li
pleased madmai..I th t be a 1, J..ured .3
lind inibilshmen th at he tui,;bt go subm.]
unb Elality" 1.11 that f i*.*Fish was ... 10.1<
al.>[ in eouse part or cather [.1 at these c..uld
not fail to be a rich country. The 0act.
que ofMosoeo came to the port and cal.


p e
Douglas delegates seemelto bein the usecad picked for use, and are from two to three
are. what the end will be it is impossible to inches in long b. The finary "Pekoe,"
predict. We trust thdre may be no passionate a very choion ten, is made from the leaves.
action, sw-li as we all will have cause to lament. before they aie fully formed. The plant
generally flow ra in the second year,-
'1.'ll8 1'd agilOlid HOuser rarely the first, about November. The
Our readers will beinterested in-learning seeds preparatory to sowing are mixed, with
that slPisHe he lon 01 r at v so dauip sand and ourth. They are sown be.

vorablyknownasthoproprietoroftheBuffing- foreillarehor April, in bedsabout four
toullouse at Jacksonville, and, the Inst winter, feet wide, in rows across the beds, When
:ts the proprietor of the Plawn s Hotel in this transplauted lour or five plants hre put in
ofty. We are glad to make thisannougee nent, .one hole, and the holes are in rows about

p e oi g r lp : h sa enm four feet from each other. The same gen-
and there is nothing-which the Ancient city eval rules as to the preparation of the
moreneouthangoodhoters. This'change will ground apply to this plant, as to other
secure the Col. to the place besides ensigro shrtibs er fruit trees. Due care will be
another good hotel. IInd we boarding accom- well repaid by the subsequent growth and

ademoucl of our fruitfulooss of the tree. The roots of the
......11. to be thronged tea plant usually extend into the earth two
assureatmorand water, we hope this may or three feet. It is prungd and kept about
live feet high.

The Crops. when-houtei-5teen ..1,.: 1.:1. e'.
We learn from Col. DAxci, II. S. Sur- . / // .. I le
veyor General, who has just returned from nat ally has a ui efw tall and
an extended tour into the interior of the 1. ? de shoots. The.olf


thia spring, the erops are in a very back a lotnu a d Its . 0.
ward-conditioni that otherwise they look 0 assume at round and bushy tl ,
ve roinisin he leaves need in making ten are p..:.32
9 ed yearly at the 11(18 of the Shoots, 0110
a We learn from the Standard, that obgoot of the system of txekment will be
Jacksonville has become conneofed iritJ. yppareat7 hIs inod f stopping the shoots
the world by the telegraphie wire. When .3,, a I, .. 0 may e aset 5ase
shall the oldest eigr in the United States a so. solo ..
have this wonder of modern selece, by A smal crop of leaves may be gathered
:which the lightmag shall become the fiery :1..-::.;,.1 fr pbuting, And the qpain
messenger oY our thoughts and business? < ,s 9,.<8,2 a ig. till the eiglish or
tenth year it reaches the plazimum It
Holl. S. R MallorY* remains in full bearing from tweuty Eve 1..
This agentleman arrivedin this city Inst thirty years. In full bearing about 300
Wednesday evening, and will remain for a pounds is the p.....ia v vr a....
few da g. 0 s JOUking remarkably well.
He confirms the .teligraphic intelligence sh The tica ant isca balf dyd ever relen
that' the two menters, restual, captured ceous folinge IJud6r cultivation, it grows
zied Ver., Cruz, all 0- r..co rn 1 so Havana from four to ex feet in height. It is dsel
And there released. The event of the cap- .us-,< aud a sufficion
taietly our gallant little squadron is heartily 6 '" mature
approved by the Administration; and, we I heit.


only necessary to sell them th4 they can
knecommodated now.. Po;cippsthey are
waiting to see if there la a certainly of sy-
ceas before they embark i 4. Tain wohil
have keep ,r poor panelple had it hpen
observed in the Amerign E-.1:-.ut. -0.
Had all waited to see how the 0 1.. ...t :-, -
eeseturuel, whers, would the patriots have
n g,, 7,,,, P There is ariother islass who,
with the best wishes and intentions, have
not the means to invest.
The construction of this Road will.prove
abenpfit to the interests of eivery citizen at
either ed and aloupthe line, and ti,.... ;s
noiloubbthemass wish earnestly 1..< as
success, but yet there are some few who
. i.:..I.I.ghtip J. ..u, qi,, itby sneer-
...3,,[.,, who have the most to say,



.4,,r- d o..s one cent, or even a good word
,a.r.J. ar. Among these we lear vi' vue
a.,.,,.n..u, writer fromthe As vt *.' Ly;
,, us.. Jacksonville paper who even in-
dulged to all a.tus...l indual. car thuo who
.r.: so;.n..........unt, engaged in the lattdi-
,a- work of construction; and this writer,
al.o g....h;wly knows a..rting of the Road
or .up .4-:1-, ion. ..au >.: weak fasitiv s
of a -m us **, as..... will 1.2..0 11. ..
ra,3.11, ...., Lu...w;u, li, playing that they
case no be < ',i long enough to see that
It .>1 L..a:a la ....., their etid is near.
Lots p.uival PL*--, us., kmea su vt. ne,
but no matucan na..t rhey cannot arrest
1,.: p. ......3 ol" tr, ..... ally more than the
,q,,z...s man neus .1..4 in the fab.e, did
,a ...r th.. meau'd


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Dea .h of Gen. CORGil&*
The us.ry less obtale 4 I'^ry general;
entalation randabel n Cut* [bacGeneral
*. *.* *3 4 -*(501.4 lad i #*-*15 ':0001 lit*d
so a .jul so Epson men the Marquis de la
Pezuela, who was ass prdesc -sor n the
.Captain-Generalship of tbs Liked.








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[eo3131UNICATED.3
The Election on Monday,

oIn time of Peace, -,Prepare for lfur."

Yoters, on the 7th inst.man election for Mill-
lia officers of this State ,takes phica. In this
Division, composing the Suwance. Enfern and
Southors Circuits, a Major-General is to be
< cted; as aids he East n at a stolen C 2*-

are or grea importance, and we ought to have
uton $11 these positions who are thoroughly ac-
quailated with Wituary \tenotics," and men who
have age sufaciout ror us to respect, and whom
son o NToour p eat a ne .uo. ....
are 01ese men, fellow-soldiers ? They are Gen,
J. Ill. ConnaxDER and Unipt. Tao.u.ta LEDWITH.
tellow-souters, this 0 of stay

/ 4...* e..3 ., a n,
encod men," "there will never be any need for
1.10 Militia," "andit will all dio away in ayear
or so." How niu4h in error those elsresid ob-
:. e ...t Look back to the recent attempts
,' '. / o free in-j
g ng., ,,g 4g ,,,,,
n..... ..) ..at n, ,
duost every Sofithern State, of true Solithern
n, fUs du r Adu I nettlied
canonists, &0. There will-v t ny need
lor the Libia." %il the I.,u.ious these
insults say v it .. .... to the
azonountions a i. .1 ... of Northern men,
advoca in Squalior ver.4,utye ddoctrtife

pure to battle. Then fellow-solders, who do
we want to 60mmand us, --youthful aspirants,"
or aged nod venerable nicu, who can with firm-
he s lead us into the fiekt of action ?
The time has come when the South must
pro-


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unwrinkled, and there is not a graplair in

it s e in re %ri awli m-- of
States and the Britrish colonies represent the
system of civilization the mont, conten
t...(' al...1,. ., =....1 .'he only r allidiag jo
.0"' "' .. tf the ale." So, then

ab. abl.. In..Uni e to di ..

0 aT yd to --
eminent Dr. Brownson', .. I
real, progressive civilization of the ago."
I , iontkI g, so sJ rddll"

of modern tunes) id reference to tbo diffe
rent European Nations; < ing froni orie nation to another, frotti a
Catholic to a 1 rotestant State, or Canton,
is like one-passing from a lower grade o
I.; 4..... r., ** I.a,..a -80 intell Whil re-
gard to a geppral vieW.
We now equse-to PorurAit Education in
France. Our brief in this case, as pub
.
wished two weeks sinee, was not so usutis-
factory" to our critic as to induce him to
take I, up, 5< ro ad wit the very 7

present and of two points,
1. Origin of popular, or gonoral, educa
tion iq France, said M. Cousin, of the
Prussinia syktom of Education, "the whole
fabric rests on the fans basis of Christian
love." This system, under the direction
of the Pr3tostant Guinot First minister of
State in France, he introduced into France,
in 1832. Public instruction in tisis 878-
toni, signifies "instruction provided roa
TIJE WHOLE PUBLTO l>y the State." Such
is Cousin's definition '
The foots now presented in reference to
France are derived from the original docu

< IT p' whid gives the Government Reports. We
line also. statistical documents of various
kinds published in France, during (bo last
10 nod 15 years.
The truth is that the Jul it, or priestly
party, does put belicoe 9 a n4lur educat-

h r tbo tlile Sm st9t 0

been performed until he has eqrried God's
,ord into every cottage, and 11as taught
very inmate to read and understand the
Divine word; to educate a whole peop!

:rs rs < st I 0 3 obedielice oGli
pel to all nation." But the principles of
he Jesuit compel him to regard Popular
Educt.Lion as dangerotes. For three cen-
uries, the Jesuit luis been a devoted and
ealous educator in Europe and Americit
but he has novel sought to instruct the
oughly the- masses of any one country;
with wealth and men at command, wills
Pope and priesthood and rulers of Europe
elping hini, he has never originated a
* *, tq educate the whole pecyde.
4, instruction of all but the poore?
lassesof strolety," says Barnard, was pro

dgt r in liencietC1 otoo r 2
ad society between '89 thid '94 was in no
ngall messaro the result of the ne;Hected
ducation of t1.. at urass of the pi }!0."
he present Prianwy Inceitution
estuld hed i SC whos)i "til Ficial

bambers, sent one of the ablest and wisest
itinous into him.ia, to take lessou4 in die
rt of training youch to knowledge and
irtue, in the capital of too very nation
h 16 bef had b-


er bridges." Mr. Victor Cousin who
as scut on this peaceful mis log ip the
ummer of 1831, by (1.is '*Report on the
ondalou of t latitunon n Germany
nd ., .1 Prussia," carried cop'
icths.. 11.. I or France, in delauce of
ation I .. 1. He "demonstrated to
he Goverudebt and the people, the im.
onse superiority of the German States,
ven the umstansigadicant dupey, over an7
gg a .ry department of Fraude, in all that
oucerned institidious of primary and see-
udy Education "
In viant manner Jesuits apd PriEsts in
oppo d theh i isht o ithis

nd how both before nod educe its intro
uytion, the Prote.stants have usaintained a
ast superiority over the Emnan Cath.die
department or districts of France, shall be
ld .-- I .fr.:,,-.,,. ...sitority of the noblest
a no a 1 an....-- ...-* of whom, now 80-
citor GeCral) n der he Emperor Nap

,,,, J 9,, t t eby rishppri
ark and coupnual intrigues, all ...,..
ent i.. I le .,.:., il... ,, ,,...poly of which
is tI.. .. .1,w.r I ... n so secure."

y 8 i so r <.1.1 u by a
ng" process to two p .rut ...t ..u. plain and
ndid answer, which lie seems to have
overlooked. 1. We gave to Frauce a
rotestant population of over 4,000,000
ore than he claims as the number of
ainaintsts in England, or in the United
t and wefu oilabid ur authurityll

a 1 ed I

II -. Bench ure eaher I' .1 ..
La Jenkd bu a sunk.r we of

!/ 2
n ..1., and called upo ...of
so 1,.. ,.. us...tner pt. L ace?
........"
CmoAoo, April l8.-The nutchine-shopp ear-
use, and other busit ugs or thi Ininess Uen-
.1 1.. .1, lagethqr with four loizomotives,
I ... .. Loss $100,0 0.

NE BK, A3pra Th steaumlu3

on, brings in elligence of the death of How

1 I acial can- nun a ana uns a,
nger.inthe Ariel.


]$6teOTO10gical Observations. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ATLANTA MEDICAL COLLEGE.
p@P" Monthly register of Meteorologien ll@r ThefriendsofCol.S.St. GEO.ROGERS, TE XTHtit iU C{ ..nL It r
observations, for April 1860, fianish. ar2E 1 os n1 tar D i o he Monday1n May nes t, G rea mqui rrane l. r
ed by Dr. MAURAN, Observer for the Smith. FACULTY:
.......r. T., 1.1.3r; c. Melitia at the Ensuing Election in May next Arax Mass, M. D., Prof. of C'remistry and
Amount of For Brigadier General IT 1 T ML P. -1 ..-1 Anatomy.
Thermometer in Directionof rain in The friends of BENJAMIN T PRO I i .r . ,, , f Principid*= and
inches and 1. c. I .. r ..1.. I
ope the wind. oa a ta7of g a dis 1 n ..* .L i I'r

co co to Judicial Circuit.of Florida, at the essay way, *
tion in May next.

a FOR MAJOR, GENERAL. ded elaand /tedi/01 air Pro cof flateris
1 Sw Sw 0 023 Egy THE friends of Gen. J. He COMMAN-
o 63 Sw DER, of Marion County, announcohim as acan- A Practical Anatomy conducted by the Prof, of
4 18 Ew Sw 0.000 didate for theoffied of Major General of the 2d in only.
5 69 Sw Nw 0.10th DivisionoffloridaMilitia, at the next election, thro 10 clatr tion given as here tofore,
a N 0.000 I The Dissecting Room, furnished with good
70 SE O FOR BRIGADIER GENERAL, material, willlieopon by the 15th of April.
9 TU 72 8 E 0.000 agr*,WE irre authorized to announce Captain JEqu
10 72 SE 0.000 TIIQMAS}EDWITH, of Duval County, as a Matriculatienticket(taken onceedy,) $3
11 70 Sw dv 0.000 sqndidatefor the offlee of Brigadier General, of Courseof Lectures, ]pe
12 7( .NE NE 0.000 the Brigade, composing the Eastern Judicialoir- Dissecting sicket, (required only once,) 10
3 v SE cuit of Florida. s1:10 t hus.. in .ea 1,.per wr et
FQR MA IOR GE19ERAL. 1st .. us, r j1. Lei t.50.LYL.t:.'D, D,-s2.
77 Sw SE Sw 0.000 110'- WE are authorized to announce $kM- ,ATT 1 r .. 0 in arch 's:- 18 -0 Jul
1 75 Sw SE SE 0.000 UEL R. PYLES, as a candidate for the office of
SE 0 Major Generalof the2d Divisionof FloridaMill- SHERIFFS SALE.

21 Sw SE 0.000 tia, attlienext election. Y Virtueofan Execution to me directed
22 79 NS' W 0.000 and delivered I shalisell at public sale in
23 74 Aw sw 0.000 lig., The many friends of COL. SAMITEL trontonla t......= u .. c. 0... .*, a 1 :I ...
24 70 08 Nw Nw 0.000 BUFFINGTON, announce him as a egndidate gustin. ... 0.. 1:1 ,'.s.r..I . r -l os 2.*..' is he
70 w N NE 0 for COLONEl;, of the 171,hlLegiment of Florida a n / it racto/L d 2 w s t/e a
27 08 SE ( NE I.000 Militia, composing the Counties of St. John & lana tract ab31occasiu T. ... in. ; z ,,
28- 05 NE 0.100 Entreast. dod half interesting U. I 1..* .... .- .-cm I
20 70 [ 03 Nw 0.000 Por Lie\xtenant Colonel of the 17th to said Birtolo Solan I. ms ... ac i. .
80 04 70 ] 00 | N | 0.000 A. D. ROGERO,
egime . Sheriff St. John Co.


[co.11MUNicATED.]

o d sh Roo na
action in france. His last remarks
considered and refuted. Heis again
pointed to Prance and the work he
undertook, and which he has so often
abandoned.
The Catholio.writer in this controversy
lasting first offered to set forth Fupulu
Education .10 France, comparing it with
tint in Protestant countries, chose to stop a
on; date by the wayside, making what he
calls a review, &0., and asking questions.-
Be demanded March 31, 3.1,ra,.e..,r. .'"
five oints natued,-"on .. 1.. .1, *,...1..
'lic coutuchts" niest be given, anti then
**we" he sayswe will have an article **P'
proving or- obsetting, CHARGE AFTER
CHAnel: j" till then, ve stop the compari-
son between England, France and Italy.''
Whether he had any nght so to stop, after
his first proposal which we promptly ac-
cepted, let the render judge. Though not

i d tdrtoopl8i oceojPo t6r
points; "the documents" were also gbven,-
authorities of the highest, eminence-
And now what is his next move? Three
.efour replies are not noticed in.any form)
to two of them he giv:s answers which are
substantially a confession of ignprange; and
far a third matter he introduces an irrele
y.rnt ti ..1.. ... Jr..r Eq, .... .ts usual. His
two re-pha n .- norm lau ..a pass on. .
I h=. ..=)... -li v. .ra. horittes--olt-
ing bookend page-that 700,000, perso?"
have been, converted from heathemsus, in
connexion with Protestant Missions. Mark
d f of tlx
now the courtesy an orce 0 answer

h en ar e t
quite amuting! He means probably that
700,000 p.T.. ..I al.. Lible have been
Eeut," A .d II.*.** 's -um*s that this is just
what we neaut, our opponent goes on to
tell inh a T . w I1. f l, I.*LI . "'-

u2 a olit aqN. Y Ti -ro th 11

t fac sums 1purile )p-iltering will
take pleasure in giving another authoritJ
just here, on the subject of Protestant Mis- z
skey 11 .i' 1. I. .. .Lutorienu e
TL -.1... .at 1, a. as 1 ..1 = a work

oi 1 igfor acTs n oux 01 nui iti
15 largest Protestard missionary societies
the .. ...w ht...i..e in al parts of the
t
we 1 a is --.-*****I s ..11 4.. 11
at ${$2 stations; the whol. = t
Terts is shout 100,000." Could we adopt z
the*policy of Rode, our converts might be
n n!tiplied ten-fold. We 1 ve no soelety> r
like one among the Pop.ide in France lyhich
as a learned writer testifies has bought up, .
fr about three cents apiece, ad bapti5e4 h
9,388 children in houthen lands
I
heqi progress!- But we prefer instrue-
.- en. .1.=.- a. au1.. knowledge to

/lno ab aga I he styles
**p argument. t.. J... II... Inumber
of Protestants in the world-whht the e
number must be, recording to Bu, to e
wnich we have replied, again and again T
what ti e nu abjleactu 1 0

reply, he thirds! Rut his groutestachieve O
gent in this la t article is a new theory 0 c
et of Iel a f or \ve in e ll a
P v
proved by positive resilmony, that he had w


1600 and 1767. From Dr. Warrenot h
England and the learned Hoffinau of Balti- w

111 a nu Ido not ,as s in t i s
least to 30-and so of other items What c
is his re ly Insteadof 'oein trikinkful to a
8 v
us for fillifig up those great gapis in Lin sole n

o a 1..). L tithel rdat li hts t
m
Warren nod Hoffman, were just be innin *
to shine above his horizon A E e
he Sys J there a
bre no such men,-show themto me on In? c
list! This writer reminds us of an Irish- o

man1ro bei s u7,iTI tli\ urt 3ds-
had sworn point blank, thist they a to h
commit the assault, na churcrorI Ae sons a
Honor," he excl:nnied, *I-- 1 0 1.. ten d

vietnesses who'llo w ar sl. . not v
rate thin the Irida at is moreInode- d
mm) lie thinks bne wit to
liess suficicut to prove a wegative, against n

808obolmebe I le i 1 0 li
ranceafreshbut rually that amah I no-
rantof Engli.-h.}iteratureandlearning and d
writing .such burburous Euglish, al.ould as'
m
same thistructthe world ,ii. .- I1.. r1..: it

n tu lo v no roda na t pl
f r. Cobbett and his history of the Reform. ti
action in England, a work bz;ought forward ca
bythiswriter tosupport his statistics.- o

mBrywnIs a Reviab tRoman Catholie-- P
str I eifou 1 9 "PP m
Ga 12 es as as atd 13gal any R
Hisspirit was course, pugnacious and say-

ie :.'"made f

tia th p ..-r the purpose of Iransla- **
dru ken a b .neth 61 in.] 2
can ever eq# or .119.. .s tat, /,,11.> 5
war s.: 1.,? .. ,od blasphethe God." <-i
Ou --[g.....an. ...n, .,, ofEnglaqdund his 4.
,
prele8renceofN.pl.at...el.,,.t naus r
ga luoralit y, an y p. e ,i s hir it is
worth. Will he be pleased to glance over ho
this testimony from Dr Brownsou, one aI '

a wTn a 8 sea3/nas todlee ts lit nex hi

* reat Brit i 1 ibReviewdsays-,-
rikl civilization may be said to stand at th
o
hand of the modern world3-th at Je s
ing and robust nation now on e rtt 0
of the oldesfnations in Europe, her face is so


tectorseir, and we must agoner or inter, meet MAIL ARRANCEMENTS. 8 The Friends of Capt.JACOB E. MICK
.
the issue, with our numo us getence of her NE W 8 C II EDULE LEit, amiquncehim,,as a suitable, Person to
1 so j itso I flimputb stiniate g NorthA Mail closes saturdays at 9 P. M. till ],ee lof Lie exiian colonel for the 17th
I 6 positions. and Thursdays 411 A. M., eg a. .
reters, reflect seriously before voting, and southern Mail closes oz{ saturdays and Turs- For Capt.ofBeat, No.117thRegiment
.
your ur e e l in tP days at 8 A. 31. Ji@?' The many*Priends of G. A. PA-
none your duty to our dear bouth, ly electing Northern Mail is due on Thursdays and Sat. OETTI, announce hit, as a suitable Person
a Coabitsun won knows how to Couanianu, urdays by 12 P. M. to hiltheOilice, of Capt. of Beat,*No. 1 17th
,. 1 vs ch aeo ( Southern Mail is due on Sudays at 5 P. 31. Regiment Florida Militia.
Comini 1 .)oil 8. fro li 12 From Deto 12 atno 3dteli ry

9 NAU, amounce him, as a suitable, Person to
PALA F 1, May 2d 'GO. till the 011ice, of Colonel for the 17th Regiment,
Dear Ecaminer:-In your paper of the 28th Floriddlilitia.
r

Licit an 1 to 1 e inie a AI 3m in 1 iS I aFri 11 btub ed eS$ 1.. NO '1*
in the sense issue, appeared a very appropriate Departed this life at his residence, in Nassan NOTICE

nae \ isde 2 so t "any outer, Flori n, lotiN D LNife v a IX Weeks aftes 1.. i 1- r...j ,
the city of Boston, on *I .= if of 11arch, A. of Probate of
sition. Capt. M. deserves well the praise of D., 1703;.when the ancient Easton was '-the 0 -iazarnistration uponene Estie of Jolm w.
your correspondent, and I can assure you that cradle of Liberty." lie was at the battle of AlcCrabb late of St.JobsCounty deceased.
m this 'ounty he will receive q handsome vote, Lexington, though amore boy, aud participated GEU. It. FAlittiANKS, .
as a regard for his gallant conduct in the late in the ry inee ti< ri St. Augustige, March 10-1860.
Florida War. Really Mr. Editor, he is the I I -.* of the deconsed, and two of NOTE
hilero" of the Ss;urson War. 0- his uncles, participated in the struggle for CE.
li berry (j ey were present and fought rundially IX months after date, shall make applica-
(FOR THE EXA.41NER at Cze battles on ral tionto ..bate of St.Johns
county for a ..... ...ss.... and for dis
IMit. Entron: in that ti he, w . . .. 3 .. charge as the Administratrix of the a stat
e
Abear Sir:-During mytransied visit, I he 2 . """ ** -- '- -' **.*
*
usve n a ITm ei fo coi 8 n vijutt a 11 hi can ur Feb. 18. 1860. 111 L* "A i is t iz.
th < . . L .. u r his approv-
small in themselves still they show evident - - a -t ... the service NOTICE.
signs of resuscitation. St. Augustine is in- te sure de at Laws its 11 ,I.exin ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Thos.
deed awakening from the lethargy in which ed cons cu i ely through the battles of Tren- Hite late of I .3. ... .1 .- s.. I are re-
she was so long steepod, your streets are ion an no va wa e,1 with it d n. 2.... . ., ... . the un-
now namedthe trees in your plaza are beau- ear:y day the waters of the Led within the time rescribQd by law, or this
ifully arid tastufully trianised; y >ur come- with three othe s, yees a 1 8 .I notice will be pleadin Mr.
teries have undergone many unproyetnepts. auduedio stakes to be burned. F tduately, Feb. 111860. M8 FRAN ni tra ix.
The catholic cemetry is catergotug a. he with wo otherarcade their escape and arriv- -
ed idely at Fort Pitt, afterwards I


placeoftheir forefathersandwhere they nearNewUrleanswhersheresidedsomeyears,
poo, ghen tired of this world's cares, intend front thence he mbved to West Florida, and .A- TI{E hyo Story Stone house ...
sleeping the sleep of peace. The churedies ni 1 av uslidT hoes 12 &< ti Ino {.dG randSkire noc ] ie'
also have come in for their share of the great fire," (so called) when he lost all, there by Wm. REYES, to whom application may be
-us 11 porch has.beenbuilt ningnoinsurageocompaniesinexisteneethen. madeon, 0.. In e ...... f opposite.
u l996. he removedto.s April. ,- :*** tf.
l' *- -1* Ed sq, while the cal clio lived over since in thi ..
church haariceived many internal iniprove- ea short E .. g... CITATION'
mouts, 17hieh we hope ere long to see exten- er em vt N- -,-e-. was in all things & LL rr . .. .a. } .u s..... El . ( a II.. 3
ded to the exterior. My friend Mr. Ax- a physil:ally and men- -- - ** m 1.. i s4. E
tally. 110 etained his facilities to the last, and Jo 1. in .t.r .. . J. l u. .11 -.. 1 r,
DREW LOPEZ, haS Shown a taste and talent even the day before he fell asleep in death, he Count
creditable to his profession, should I ever walked across his room. His entire life was serion in t 0 i cour\*d/at on Cobn .
take up any abode in the "Ancient City" ,, ', ,". z ... a j st$Jsen e l$ a
which is not improbable Iknoty whereto find chten w h n ed at work -- r truly, houn Izle1dian possessded o wit c. O T.of S
a carpeater to my twind-bye the bye the characterized by all those virtues which str ot. E. and R. W of Sec. Sand N. E.) of See. 30
convout gates are of his workmanship 1 a u.... Au incident ip his long ., d E. of d. E. (agd W, J of S. W. ( of See
I hope the citizens patronize him ill a n, he trn to a sti p e 180 17.1Ref S.11 n theSCe nt R.a
nianer worthy of his merits. when behold, he was a stranger it' ad E.4 ofE. W. & ofSec. 11 and NorthHsly
a strange land, knew no one-noone knew of See. 12 T. 17 8. R.18 E. in the County of
remain your c. him; and after diligent search, found one cou- Hernando-and you are severally cited to be

The Seminole. in---his old home was disp11aced by cutly li- and appearbbefor the Cixen tl(Jo n ythe
Ti,. ., ..*. J..... Evtsseljus' s. ..(*P.-1 -st..... L ... ...r..l 1 al., orj<. '-E- = -'' si Ped on
'ta., 3 ..In ..io..l...ghermachmery, , u .. ..,; *. I,, 3.,,,,3,, Administrator
in are pleased to learn, has been expert. ........ . . r s. o be uprayea God April l4-18oo, sm,
mented with and found to work well, I ...a. a the downfall or
Sixty-one revolutions were easily obtained n, , ,,, at skelast ofon BoAgo of 1,, - 3-.,, .
while fast.to the wharf. e was ever aDemocrat tothe /LC n I .. ... ..gr ra .: r a .. nmxa-
fen. Le.g., success in tsaval mechemsm, school, and died as he had lived, an honest ... t..i 1 a . u .. I City
of which the Pensaeola, complimented man. Universallybelovedbyallwhoknewhim . u 1 .
everyighere on the Atlantic side, is an ad- t x1edhe as a. I .. .. so a . T .
ditional illustration, will, serve to remind mourn his loss.-sast Fwrateen.
the naval department of the government
that its areditectural interests can bens he allabass a RaJ..:.ad .r as u
nond ana and a as at top Cour e of

broad limits of tin u pubise ludessi, as Railroad .Bonds.-From some cause the said Board for a r 0 a us .
have it from a hip rad rehable a .urce rta.a. the was during the week, asemewhat hin eto, and be for the special
the Pensacola yard occuple 21,arne splau audia demand for Tallahassee Raili'oad Ratesof Toll authorized to be charged for
of the favorable c...as..L...uc.n 0. she depaq fkesus About $25,000,suddenly attract. er ing via Bridge
ment, as the future will dqmpostrate. ed amationand were awaybc up by Jill-r. 80 e d ce 8 "Ms.
Sineewritin thefor welearadual ent purchasers, $8,000 or 9,uuu, naur.. "For2WheeledVehiclewithIIttrses9eents.
g going i. b di th da -as 4 wheeleavehielg ritu offers l2 cents.
much credit is due Mr. G. W. Alexander, 2-.. een contracted or oil e same. y a Beef Cattle per Head 8 eents, (or any
as etigineer, and Miles ....co .il, I -- ., of at a considerable advance. The rn}iid pro- a cattledri sainforMarketthesame tolL)

weYork, hi oun e etdh e a e obx exa as int r per se the Cit up e e cTibeha of
atruction ----Penatecula Observer. '-, ti, u,. .:. u that way, including money Pres: Do #coPu o miseteners
securities. St. John County,
. Hou. Edward Everett is t., deliver the --------. P. S. The conditions and obligation re(uir.
oration at the fourth of July celeMation at Bachelorio Exclamation.-A IIts i headoardean be known, by application
goftpp Maideally Em i--anr..m.-Ala.ro n Aprit14---184. sa,









~-'------------ ~-~j, ~ ---- ~ .1...... ..- -----..~I~C-. --.--.


TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
ILL be sold on the first Monday in Au-
gust next, before the Court Housein the
citySt. Augustine, thefollowing property or
so much thereof as will pay the State and county
sl enhq(s orsthLr one are o
the undivided half of a tract of land situated on
a th a at a nin 01he 8hNortth of 8 -
Hannah Smith, F. P. Sanchez and publiolands,
,^t L ut by aps bl1 a de.MBS he jr
g or Eon n co did
acres. The whole of said tract has beeri here.
tofore assessed to Wm. Travers,
A. D. ROGERO, Sh'ffk Ex-of. Tax.
Jan.7 1 sur toonectorst.JolmsCounty,
TAX 001100%07'8 Stile.
ILL be sold, on the first Monday of May
next, before the Coprt House door in St.
Augustine, the following property to pay the
S ud du
e!" ",.un as ea en onun

oE o''le.:w.nez Moses
A. D. ROGE Shed f & Ex off.
'theabo e 3eAi9s h o prCect-
ing the a. P. B. DUM Agent.


TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
ILL be sold, before the Court House door
in Enterprise on the first Monday of
June next, the followitte prope ty. or so
much thereof, RE <.11 .. F r.e h is and
/t1785. ob3ya e ir f e s, t
One thousand Aores of lang, North of New
Smyrna, bounded North by Orapnd's lands
South by Dummett's, East by the river, West by
publielands. THOMAS T. BROORE
Tax Collector ofVolustatoudy.
The above sale is for he purpose of perfect-
ingthe title,
Nov.12 P.*B. DUMAS, Agent.

*Stage RORted
FRONI


44 99
Telegraph Line,
Four Horse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Light
wasons, an connecting wis anovers
CHARESTON and
SAVANNAH St88D18TS.
Conveyances always in readiness awaiting ar-
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time, 3 hours.
Arrivals and Depax q m Charleston twice
, a week-Everglade, via Savannah. Caroli-
And Savannah-SixaJ la St. Salary's, inland
direct.. And Enterprize, up the River Ps-
latka, steamer Darlington, Saturdays.
N. HEN1tY, Proprietor.
St. AJgustine' -
THE PARK
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAS II CA PI TAL >

a $200 OOO'
-o-
onices-S37 BROADWAY, and
50 WALL STREET.


d Thib i mp d tl n ar o 19oiMoranj
hold Furniture, ands Persoul Property
generally againstLoss or Damage by tire-
I fio' illivil .
WM. JAFFAliY, Secretary.
GEO. R.'FAIRBANKS,
Agent, St. Augustine.
June 25.

BM. Q

50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
am now prepared to offer to my old friends
of this Ancient city and St. Johns.county a
most splendid assortment of fall and winter dry
goods at very low prices for cash or city ac-
ceptances at sixty and ninety days credit with
approved endorsers. Orders from my country
friends accompanied with the cash will be
promptly attended to with great care and atten-
tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser.
Pageountryd od8dim goro221 th y itnh
h 4 tio
is a auenbn vue"'
will be allowed a live per cent, off, for cash._
You have here a list of a few of my largo as-
sortment of goods,
DR Y 0 0 0 ft .R'

exonsisting of a.. 1. r.. ,-i a.'. L*. skin Cas-
esCl an y Ca 5e 1

a * / .. *0 ..La i.e.g. L Fol...
. ,a L .r .. it.... ..a.. .
r IIdrite8s 7 can? eskHo Ge
Delains, Gents Merino half Hose, French and
English Cambries, Red and White Flannels,
T. NELSON.
Nor,


A 000 ASSOPtmeBt
OF

AMILY
*
OO@PIN,

TO IlE IRAD
AT
0. BRAVO
J. E. MEDDOUGH

rllingeKerosene Oil $1.75perGal*
Brown& Sugar 0 p lb,
Steam 40 11 lb,
Goshen Butter 81 lb.
Goffaiw71bs for $1,00
Adamantine Candles 800. per lb.
Elephant Gil for Lamps 3.25, he


i I


SEMINARYLbM. $


Thehne SCnheool unerth ae f
,~a' o nl Thuarsdyh 18tof toer
ford a esion of en mon. Insruci~Onwl

Spr OiK ERSElr NT OIL !
THEriu NEWui YORKe KEROSEN OTLCO


NEW YORK PIANOS. :



T. H. CHAMBERS'

PIANO .FORTES. .
ESTABLISHED IN 1828
T. H. Chambers, Piatio lilanu-
ggggy a 5
(Formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.) e
WarefoDms iA the "Bible HORSess, -
Cor. 8thstreet &,4thAvenne,
NEW YORK CITY,
* Thisis a reliable place to purchase. Orders
by letter faithfully executed, and perfect satis.
footion guaranteed.
N. B.-Send for a circeder, with desecration of
tryles andschedede of prices.
March 31-1800, Sm-

Real Baltlincre,
SE'L (*TL'D [',t.Illi, Y GROr TRIES
av scan nicannes.

a . 1 DI "r.rMr;
61 Als Lard 300 Packages.
March 24-1880. B. E. CARE,

I


A ""ti f*L"."i''iErsWa aid
B.E. CARR
March31-1860.

KEROSENE OIL*
AUSTINSAGENCY GENUINE. Retail pe
Ganon $150 Lamp Wick, Shads, at eadfdcles
prices jalFluid, Sperm Oil, mARR'8.
co..
March 31-1860

Baltilnere Provisions
a
CHOICE HAMS, BAGON SHOZTLDERS,
.PORKBEEFTOKGUBSLARDBITT-
FBR, CHEESE' CORN, HAY,
4gyg gg,
EqBtle at B. E. CARE,
ARDINE8, Aschoves Copres 01 jARE,
Aprill4-Isso,



WOICTII OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY
offered to the Trade at less prices than any oth"
'ee stah1e s. Send for my Datalogue
On therecept of ozie dollar by mail, I will
forward to ant address a beautiful set of Gpld .
Studs and Sleeve Buttous, or a No. 4 Gold -
kk or a Gold Stonan ps, i lT
Cameo, Mosaaic, F rentine, Gold Stone, or any
other stewfor725, aF ne G nTugba sm
Ever tWatch, warranted to keep good time; o
for 810, a Fine Gold Vest Chain; or for $6. a
Fine Gold Neck Chain as samples of anyomy
a tr t1a 1 s as 1 2 tienom7
Jewelry, and di posed it through the country.
MOSES lL GLINES, Wholesale Jeweler,

Aprill4-186 OS Brpayway, N Y.

Mye & BR TV
RYE FLOUR, BUCK
FLOUR, EXTRA FAMILy
FLOER IN SAOKS
For Sale at 3. E. CARR'S.
March 31-1860.

#3'018 BaltilROre*
CHOICE FAMILY FL O UR B UO(-
gyrBEAT, BUTTER, LAR.D,
CIIE HS.

A ?".:.1'^: o tenose.....vi'"
March 28-1860. B. E. CARE.


4HOICE bunch Raisins, Citron, Currants,
Dates, assorted Preserves, JeHy, Ginger,
Aried Apple, Almonds, Peosn Nuts, Brazil
Nuts, Pea NutsEnglish Walnuts, MickeryNats'
Jan. 21. B. E. CARR-

FURNITURE! FURTITURE !!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
7

af 7 10
8 9
(Formly H. ? DEGRAAF,)

li es a 1 h to st e neg and
extende242feetthroughtoNo,65Chriptiestreet,
makingit one of the
T..AEGEST FURNITURE HOUSES
la the United States.
They are prepared to offer grentindueoments;
to the Wholesale Trade, for Cash or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
Rosevrood,


FARY,@R AND CIIAluBER FUR..
NITURE*
Also, Gas and WooD SEAT TIF0rTr, a)1 qualy.
ties; liars, IIvax and BPRING MATTRESSEs, a
WrgB Etock; ENAMEL CIZARSEE FTB.EITIIREs
)n sets, from $22 to $10Q.
Jenny Linda Ext6RSIOR POSE

6 feet wide, especially for the Southern Trades
Their facilitie@tor manufacturing defy com-
et LL WORK GUABATTEED AS RE-
PRESENTED, ,
No Goods Retailed on Time,
Marchlo-1860 Sm.

FreSh Gr000titS,
TUBT received a fresh supply of Family Gro-
tf series at
SG SWINNET'S Oash Store.
.4 3


fggyggggfg? ggggb
OdBNER OF KING AND SOCIETY
BTREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.

J. B. NIXON, d PROPRIETOR.

Alle subscriber having taken the above well
knows adtfa orate Ho)telo}nux#1p isem 0;
House, as well as the traveling public, tha he
has thoroughly repaired and re-furnished it,
and made many changes which will add to its
comfort southokmeoacnadi no ree7te t1
no effort will be spared on the part of himself
orsesistance, to render them so ournat the
HOLD MERCHANTS*
eneant and satishotory*
BOARD PER DAY, $1.50*
et. 15. Sm

PLANTERS HOTEL.

St. Augustine, Fla.
s. BT.TPFINGTON, PROPRIETOR,
THIS FIRST CLASS IIOTElt
rsbeendeased to a ternitl
former proprietor, of the Ikf-
su .. 11 .. Jacksonville, who again respect-
fully solicits his old friends and the public to
give hith' a all. 110 will always be found
na2 greet Gem in his usual styk.


TOCOI HOUSE
AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
-.. River East Florida is now open
for the reception of Boarders.
This Hotel has recently been
1....., ., a ..al; furnished. It is on the East
ide 0 St. alans riv s I inaboj ofoF

with St. Augustine. A,1ine of stages will leave
St. Augustine every Thursday for Tocoland re-
rningalde 4,I'occudeveryFridayuntilthe
Applicants for board will please apply to
J. W. SNOW, Toool Fla.
Dec. 10 1859.

MAGNOLIA IIO0SE,

ST. AUCUSTINE, FLORIDA.

a

t TERMS:]
Transient Boarders, $1 25 per day*
Single Rooms,, attic, 4 50 per W'k.
Single Rooms, 2d Story, 6 50 "
Single and Double Rooms, with fire-places,
eligible situated, will be treated for.
Board, exchasive of rooms,400per w'k
Extra Meals, 87) Gents. Extra Fires,
25 cents*
MIS- Good fare and one uniform price.
Oct. 29.
fo the Phy)sicians of the Southern States.
WOLFE'S GENUINE COGfAC (RANDY,
WOLFE'S GENUINE PORT WINE'

y OF 8 1 Y IN .

no an@, le ,the trade with a oE
private use. The immense success that has
crowned my erorts to place a pure @in within
tholi2 oStch 'p n 1pn f t
market the pernicious compound soldye Gin
throughout the country, led many leading drug'
gists, apothecaries and medical men, for some
years past, to solicit me to pursue the same
nave pl edttl ee on
all quarters long ago, but was deterred from at
1 e f 4mt wing to the exorbitant prices
..r ... r.. 1, -
as ....ro si; o ;pox tl
choice BraFtt e yo esell it at mode
for the last and revio and th "ap op
for this) was abPndan's year prices ep ed
have fallen to the standard of ten years a _
The duty on Brandy is also seventy per ut
lower, and I have now made arrangen ents
with our Brandy exporters in France, of the
biggest repute, and am regularly receiving com
signmouts of the best Cognac Brandy, which I
am bottling ou I li---: Wolfe's Genuine Co-
gnan .0pundy i u....,u .. with my seal, labels
anadertificatesdthe BI d rTel acdd il
be found, why ad as a nediome, a beverage,
ra core.. It La
b tue o pu e, un i d Frend U ath
yory dificult to obtain, and the purchaser, nine
timesiyde was decei 4 with a vile manufac-

to ifrosn x r
turned their attention to, and millious*of gal
Jons of the so-called Irench Brandy have been
covered a vally through 02en erit, as c
Jruelties and crimes, and have sent thousands
to an early grave, self-destroyers, from delirum
tremens, mania-a-potu and horrors, names un
known, until unprincipled men began to make
maedn hn gacompounds and sell it as the pun
be2ble virtues of pu e French ndy nee thnot
the world as a medicine or mild stimulant. It
asdthe Frenchtmation eticall all it "Earr
to it on wh By is app es
nfacturld en dl agi1e n ed1.at sea
a good imitation, it becomes a death drink to
inBOCent tens of thousands of our race. To
re2n dy adeardful evil, I have commenbed im-
'lYolfe's Genuin tlindit, and spiling it a
a cl(hr r eTi 11 La Ptr U L e Ini
for meetipal purposes. UD TO
NA. 22 Beave0PG co, No k.
EgAgents in New Orleans: E. J. Hart &
Co., 4. D. Grieff & Co., J. T. Moore & Co.
Nov. 19 Sm
-----
ARRIVALS.

JUST discharged from Sch. Idratic from New
York, Choice Goshen Butter, Provisions
Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Buckwheat, assorted
Grackers. B. E. GARE.
Dee. 17


GOOT 18 State LOtter .
ON THE PLAN OF THIf

ROpil IIRV811R LOttery,
-For the benefit of the--
MONTIC E LLO
UNION ACADEMY,
or JAern courry, GEORGIAs
Authorized by Spooial Act of Legislature

'85828 PRIZES .
MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO
EVERY TWO TICKETS.
HellNNEY & 00. Man '
To be drawn in public ituder the sworn superin-
tendeixce of two commissioners, appointed for
that purpose, in the

City of Savannah Georgia,.


CAPITAL PRIZE

$ 6 OO O p.
0-
#
Tickets only $10.
HALVES, QUARTERS, AND EIGHTS IN
PROPORTION.
-o
TO LE DRA WR EA CH SA TURDA)
IN JANUARY 1860,
IN THE
CITY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Class58, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 1860.
Class 54, to be Drawn Jan. 14, 1860-
Class 55, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 1860.
Class 56, to be Drawn Jan. 28, 1860.
On the Plan of Single Numbers

Fifty 111011581111 TICILOtS!

I Prize of 20, O $88
1 ** 10,000 is 10,000
1 5,000 is 5,000
I ** 4,000 is 3,000
1 3,000 is 2,000
( :: ; 88 ;ggg
1 1,100 is 1,100
0000
2 400 are 800
2 300 are 600
0 7,403
100 a loo are 10,000
AP,.PROXIMATION PRIZES
4 Prizes of $200 approximating to
S60,0 prize are 800
4 12riz0e of 15 inpproximating to600
4 Fries of 10t approximating to
;4 5 100 of Sc i epproxi tion ro400
4,000 prize are 320
8 Prices of 60 appro.dinating to
3,Q00 przze are 480
8 Prites of 50 approximating to
8 2 s of 4p 1 proxi a ing to400
8 1 of r pi-oxim ing to82
400 es of approxi ting to240
so, Prtzes 0 are..... .. to ,0
25,828 eating to.......$366,040

vilOIC TitlittS $10, ERIVOS $5,
Quarters $250.
-
; PLAN OF LOTTERY
I The numbers from1 to 50,000 corresponding
I with those numbers on the tickets printed on
,r ... .. encil led with small
The first 179 Frises, similarly printed and en
circled, are placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, ana e. number
hadr intromb1 w eeldi lum ers, awhtehe
of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is
drawn from the other wheel. The number and
prize drawn out are opened andexhibited to the
audience, and registered by the Commissioners;
the Prize being placed against the Number
drawn. This operations repeated until the
rizes are drawn out*
4 pp. at as un I son Prizes.-The two
u. ... 2 . I succeeding Numbers to
soodnto I it 8 r itn9a i ri e or e
ample if Ticket No. 11250 draws the SGQ,000
jp ei a 'oo 12
Ticket No 550 draws the : I 1 rize, those
tickets numbered 548, 549, i. ., will each
oe .ghl50, sudso on according to the

certincrtes of Packages' I be
so l ar . d. sudskthe ri :0

10 Quarter "
a 10 Eigh]h ** 7.50
INli et yKE r d eTf k
ordered, on receipt of which they willbe forward-
ed by first mail, Purchasers can ha e tickets
th d *
end' e liintact d sC nu bmxa8yagesiTi ses will be
Kent to purchasers immediately attPr the draw-
aggg., Purchasers will please write their sig-
naturestplam, and give their post.othee, county'
so exiemember that every prize is drawn
and payable in full without deduction.
ES,. All prizes 1,000 andhruder paidimme
stal ftof thirty 3whig-ot er pnzes at the
All communications strictl confidential.
.idiron Orieve or Ticket or Certificates to
ag., Al thi L. &mCO.s vanpahd wn
Rom thewheeli th the amountofthe prize that
v 7 ai 1in th ann>eb Upu is d after
Feb. 12
CHOICE GOODS. ..
flOICE Kams, dried Beef, mess Beef, mess
) Pork, smoked Tonguts, pickled Tongues,
white Beans, split Peas'
J sn.*21. *1 E. CARR.
BOOTCH ALE,
ORTER Cider, Choice Claret Wine to he,
2. S. CARR
April 14--1960,


--r-rrr


AMERICAN AND FOREIClbf,
STEROSCOPIC EMPOEIVM,
E.ANTIIONY,
808 BroadWay, New York.
AfterKay 1st, 1860 alb01 BRQADWAT'two
doorefrom the St. Nicholas Hotel.
The Stereoscope is the most instructive, in-
teresting, entertasmng, amusing, and exciting
ofNm eino none too old, none too
orns oe un ducated, to acknow-
, No home is complete without it, and it must,
and will penetrate everywhere .
It presents to your view every part of the
worll inal I lief, boli spot.
* Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, Amellies, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly enpchihg our stock.
17e have an immense variety of paper Views
scenes i aris, Loandon, E lisad, Sco ent


ic ;i
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar.
riagesceneshr tuis e so of I

alone n of 8al e rchu, and
feet of these inuminued views za most remark.
abPe.ery gentleman of wealth ghd refined tasty.*
should have in his drawing room somp of oup
exquisite views on glass, withe revolvingigereo-
scope, showing 12, 25, 50 or 100 scenes. IVoth-
ing can bes-.. .. I ... an.c. and one can ofer
1:1 1 . n-I fond of the pictus
L,.E. r, verse ....--.= Srr=. ..<-pe Views
e.. >...1.2. It. ... l... m...-.r-r Unia.re
taken in the fortieth p I .. -- -J. and e.. r;-

epincoem 2 ya 1 .. .1
been perfectly at rest. 11.. c. so .4-1 mai
value, for to the beauties of irianimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. 'I'he pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and be2ng un-

v. .
Among other things we have just published
Stereoscopic I. .. . 1. -cen ri e
di at to.** . -0
will be found in our catalogue.
our memosse or sensects ana vice w n s.
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distancesending'us SE .. Thi
9, pp en ea good ..U
Express.
Views alone, (without instrument) can be
se1ae avho wish to be advipwl of e thing
really valuable in the line that comes inny
guldhuese I sinanteadtotplace on re j sand we
31en of leisure will find Photography a umst
fascinst uton a delighttlil amuse ut. We are
ry for tozuir acc t gelhe a ] 5
structious "How r- .*, a *** I .1-
1 .511 I 15
Importer and 3: .r r 1' 2 ite
Me n s8ut .. -- ew
country are respectfully invitedto make nu ex-
am na n our tlock, as our discount 0 the
*
oPholo grn -s T] in -T : 7 5

.
Mar. 8.
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF


G 0 LDLO 0 K ET $!
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached
.OR
GO I, D LOC KE T,
F or $5 OOF
AND A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $3.00.

A'.\t" "" ":'i'Z:Pb erkn
elry, &c., and from the nuiverent satisfaction
giveh to all who have patronized our house, we
take pleasure in saying that we now consider
on usia 8 Exirly ndpermar al) eMaylished
but a = =-. ....3 to ..-c... .:.i- or Iich onet
purchaser gets the value of his or her monef in
a GOLD PENCIL WITH GOLD PEN AT-
TACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, worth $5
each, which cannot 1, I al I ,a 2. e.... .. ,,
for thesameprice; .--= -.. .. 1.1... w. .. II.. .
chase, each person recei. . 1 ...... ...rr .1 1. a.
e1ry, less in value than !2. ....1 .r e.. ." ,,, b
$3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 30, : .. ... e ... .
NO MONEY RISKED
We propose to let a person know what Pro
miumLhb iHren e d ang ny
above articles, can first seud us their name az.4
address, stating whether they want the Pencil
le ieo 1, adLi tT& Cr rum 1 tl it
Premium they are entitled to. They can then
have the privilege of sending for it if they
r ph A nt Io d IcriTce inbthe above
purchaser enn sell or trade the above ex8t leb
for all they cost him, and retain the Premium
gr however, any person should feel disposed
to send us their money in advance, they can
rely upon being as fairly dealt with as though
they had made previous applications
Arg person sending us $25 for.our goods wi 1
celideParPeycil and L'en and Premium, or Lock-
orite uI particulars send for a Pencil and Pe- ,
Among our Premiums arsartleles suitab1
Ladies and Gentlemen, such as e or
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Watch
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
OOld 819879 Buttons, 0pgg
Watoh Keys,
se>< shirt Studs-plain and with
Go d Scar dP s--ne a yle; Gold things

Po LADIES
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosale, Gol
a{'ameo, Garnet arid Coral eas81P
Buttons, E. L J Del I..J. -, Gold R et
Also, vianos, Melodeous, .11udi/1 oz&e.,&e.
cordeone,&c. & 8, e-
Unezeeptionable references given dienever
. required. *
;N. B.-In sending your nan is, write time
State, County and Town plainly, so.as to avoid
- letters being unsearrzed.
102 Ad s, ARK E & CO.,
b@


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ReOiabe ordBers fro teTrad, bylo Malor e

93P BlSre, N. YH.

ufcurr Prices, o a ;ell th Ne Yolrk Whole-

N. B.-KEROSENE is tetRade-

pcqsons are cunta ioned aeliostusi the l


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