Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: May 19, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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
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: VID00193
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
alephbibnum - 002057499
lccn - sn 82014307
oclc - 8790001
lccn - sn 82014307

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Yo shy l aid 6 answer yo.u
To wl was said lastnigth; r
el healdyqur questions the dark-
T un h n he ught;
4Ye a t, while
come in and shut teedoor.-Victoria Ad-
voilste. .
To fillfil the drities of life-a pure heart
and a ready .110.1 2.0 the essential requisi-
tes. .
We have heard of a dyspeptic clergy-
man at the S..uth, who, after a long con-
finement, to try the experiment
ofpreachilig .:.0.0'e.] he s.:.:.xr.]ia;Ty
delivered three discourses in ope day of an
hour each. Upon his return to his house,
he told L .. r. .rr 11.21 he felt much bet-
ter for preaching... The sedant replied:_-
Q:is..u.11,g<.u would Massa, to getsomuch
.fdpSE Off JOR StOmach,
.The Lafayette, Ind., Courier, tells an
Amusing storyif a comiariy of youngladies
and g..ork.m.:a ofthat place who took it
into their heads to adjourn from a social
party to an .1t ifear the .:emerery Ai.
they approached the gh0EE J ph'9 5 bd\
screamed. All eyes turn--i (bc
iz..ii...ated ty h- r slanu, *.--0.1 aw--s.._gan
comin:1.:.w:ud it..x, appare-1. Iin,:-n's....J.x
white. They all ran but onesturdy wo-
man of the;strohg minded class, who stood
her ground till the ghost got to her, when
she seized it, and thrashed outofhisfright
ful disguise a spischinyces fellow who bird
heard 4he project pf talking about the
graveyard discussal, and hid himself there
to give the party a fright. She led him
back to thehouse, and in replytothe ques-
tions that poured upaq her saidi 'Can't
foolme, I've seen too many men in sheets
to get frightened at them!'
'914, I met such a beautiful girl in the
street, to-day, said a gentleman to a lady
friend, to whom he was doing the agreeable
not many evenings since; ishe was dressed
in deep mourning: I think I hayq pever
so.:.: *, :s.=-.r -: "Who could it have
beent' said the listener, smoothing down
her bombasine dress, and glancing at the
erape folds to see if they were properly ad-
justed. prettyy, youay ? Who could is
have been ?' lacedwe out. .
, The Vermont Patriot tells a story of ext
old usurer who went, one day, to visit a
former borrower wHo had since fort inately,
growg from property to hidependence.-
They went into the garden. Passing along
a walk flanked on either side with flowers
of greatbeautyand variety, the visitor made
ren ark c L. pan ap tato pate

h fi them. 'That,
eak ne op3. ipern* .r<.prill...r, Del..uous led I di. 5 pa.& lbs.:.ugh my gar-
den, they look atthe flowers,-bug whey a
4----d hog comes in, all he eitQ see is pota-

sco d e ug t d o y t
gript mputer,, Death, the husband, to show
a remark of respect for her demise, hag
he 110wing li tes placed on her graves-

< lie
F he' my vife awththerlie,
T.11 l...r, rows ... les...1, .
Forshe died with niy consent.
And whenaniong the gravea-you tread,
Ir....2 age.=, lest you disturb the dead;
Her etempl obek Iknow of 914-
*Shou}d.she awake, she'd begin to scold
A little fellow, not more thanfive yeavie
old, hearing some old gentlemen at hiefath-
er's tablediscussing the firmiliar line, *An
honestplan's the noblest work of God,'
said he 'knew it wasn't true, for his mother
was better thap any m{in that was ever

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And sickness, which
Thep00T, 14nd rich
TYith equal case may com by Yea, 'tis more,

e ekd iis ell..
glory ere,

By saints on ear seed is
Whilst faith to etery wor4
A lying doth.afford.
It is the looking-giass or souls, wherein
All men may see,
Whether they lie ,
as by nature they #re, deformta with in;
Or in a better case,
As new adoraid with grace.
'Tis the great magazine orspliitual arms, ,
Wherein doth lie
The artillery ,
ot heaven, ready charged against all harms, -
That us gl come by the blows

Goi s ceabinet ofreved.counal'tis; .
wbre al and woP '

That every : .u an y i.e. .. Which ahall 94 l is
unless his own mistake
Valse al.plicatigamake.
his the in sl . I miss

Oferidlesis, .
11a4 takes fris gay to steer isis voyage by
Nor can he be mistook,
; That speaketh'by this Book*

A Bowly, to which ito book may kg qqmpared.
For excellence;
Pre eminency
is proper toit, and can not lie shared. .
Divinity alone
Belogy to it, or none.
91989, baby-boy;
The httlabirds rest *

D at e o -bird's nest
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To the daisy'sdreaps;
The lily lies hushed
On thelop of the stream;
And holy and caly, a

TIlikedtothee ly dyn'
From the silent skies.
Sleep, baby-boy, s

sis Ii dling, my Homer,,
j ....1..... rs. er! -
Wiltehears against heart .
Beats softly in time,
To themuranuring flow
Ofmy tender qid rhyme.'
The FamJy
TI.< luent, ., tals., ...,,,si
The children are theleaves,
fl...poses. an. ated...i., that
.....,;se .3.,,, ..,as
At Argthepagesof the book

had ut I fair,
Love is the little golden clasp

1 a leaves

oA ranwn, .
ear fr r .. E'en tra in friendship's hand;
A Loken h e twmes,
Roundatearts with mystic band.

yd may our friendship ever prove,
Unitqibuthw ilibuth.agil,1pya;
Thus may we soartoreatms on high,
11eaven-born.friendslup never 4tes.

x mis.4,i ever, zzy na.
tice, speaks df the deceased as behig most estimable young man and divoutchris-
tian until the ddly ofdlels death.'toP2e th

I tion.

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5 00 .. ar..i iregtors - 7 co
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pn rise delivery of the work.

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s at d. Be C m Plush ad velvet
Lorphy Pikes Peak Bonne endirero, Jrtun y
,Ig vi 1. we a ead YTe 1 x
from Laws any down to that of the man who
air sys lept in his hat. So hur la N.




Valuable Recipes.
Reas KuIan n nu Arapns.-Make a
olvail...s f l...u a ste..>n; so subir w,11, ns..] 4:pp, gr...s but E., plas::...
r, ,,-,j w;ll. t..( .11or, e...rt,;n t...d-t.. .h,
..I..--u, .:.r 1...e.* and pl at ideny.:nr.: at
I t. -,g.ply it ..:. es, e., 1..11 a c..J. c piano,, r.4
al... t..R.v e.II al .: a str.e.g. r.:. gin-
I.....r.1;ry 1..on.ny
credo.:3 ..I' 11....:.r,, ,-,,;br. -, <.r really da
Eman, or it th.: b.:-le.s and 8.. ung places of
thersh;ggall arrant. "r tree ,
fl.:.@% in 4.1 ionrb -
3} Telf Ud3 1 ad Rd6p40 BL ( (.0,4.
L...p.:I.E. tl..o .. a n.u a be had, cut
Alu[ Otuit E.<: 1. }Dr.....;ling wintynash..i,
d.. A...a[sud (ni ch.,r..rg-p.,,, q;sa,
as follows: T.; one per ...t s.. p rd.1 la,,
1.61. -g..... r 101 of turpentine; then take
two quarts of warm v ,r .. 20.1 .:.o- pint <.1
shim milk; putting enemy. ...f tin: soup in
toigake a weak suds, and washyour wood-
work. It asil leave a beautiful gloss
wherever it is used,'removing all stain, &c.
Soup should over be rubbed on pa'nt or
v .081..
14 .ubi?-*3 iRR*:.n: -\\ bit of soft
"0. p .p...s, .h so g a.: cr:<. 0+ for wrap.
"'" ' -, a lean'soap
* **1 a tT II ...I. an.d spots.
Rinoe with clear soft water, being careful
not to allow any to run under the frame as
it will remove the quicksilver from the
back of the glass; then, with an old silk
handkerchief, wipe till dry. Some people
polish mirroraggQ window glass with alco.
ho\. "
well-foown that when velvet has been wet,
.not only its appearance is spoiled, butit
Qecomis-hard and knotty. To restore its
originst softness, it must be hi.,
damped on the wrong side, and then hels
Over a very hot iron, eare ...;s.; taken not
to let it touch ,the latter. In a short time
the vol.ct 1......o 4, a it n.:.. ... w ..4 size.
The rl..:ory..t the .s very The
heat of the iroft evaporatch -the water
through the tissue. and fe:ces the vapor out
.st 11.e uppes side, this vapor passing be-
n.-, v. the giferent fibers, separates those
which adhered together in hard buinches.
If the velvet were ironed after dumping,
an exactly opposite result would be obtain-
ed- itis, therefore, necessary that the sub-
0 0... 21.....,1.1 not come in contact with the
heated iron. '
To WHITEN LINEN.-Now is the time,
when fruit trees are ill bloom, to whiten

Origin of Slavery,
Mri Bancroftzin the first volume of his
12;.r.:.ry ..file TJ..Tr...19. .. g:e,=r, ..,3,..
..-:.unt ..-1rb .1; trees.. .1 an: E.2r..peas
an -lara
in ri..- .nd lia n...:s El .. i sn, r;surr pur.
ch>>.:i = Isis c...... Com a .0.1...rb rs,
and s..IJ rls.:m r.. ch. .9ar-,.. r .*::..]; ,an.)
Span in E. bad, 11. A.:1.:.S..-s.:.0
nc.t-il.ry o ld al ter ar ran a sure.= r.:
f:.resquer TY., P..rra..-u.. e far I arrap.1ped
negro > IP/4rse.g-p neagatsoWe
rope.q 'd. Spin so...o suppe lin J
tr.nlEc, earl .negro si v..s ab..auded idfsome,
pines ..f that 11E. J...In Afr.:r \media
w- a *DL'uked 15. Ir .>...? E pens..Iq
intro salap.:.rledareEg.*,70 and0 gya
The Spaniards visited th. ...x n..f N.:.nk
America and kidnapped thousands of the
Ind us, whom they tragoported into
El *., 18 Europe and the West Indies.
Columbus himself kidnapped five hundred
native Americious, and sent them into
Spain, that they might be publicly sold at
Seville. The practice of selling North
American Indians into bondage continized
two centuries. Negro slavery was first in-
troduced into America by Spanish alave
holders who emigrated with their negroes.
A' royal edict of Spain authorized negro
slavery in America in 1518., King
Ferdinand sent from Seville fifty slavesto
labor in the mines. In 1531, thellirect
traffic in slaves between Africa and His-
paniola was enjoyed by royal.ordinance.
Las Casali, who saw the Indians vanishing
away before the cruelty of the Spaniards,
S11ggestG(1 that file BegrOCS, W110 8108800814
endure severe toils, might be further em-
ployd-thigwas in 1518.
Sir Johnhaykins ives thefirsEnglish-
man that engaged in the alave frade.- In
1555 1.< tenusp.>.}.-.1 2 large cargo of slhres
to Hispaniofa. Its 1567 another expedi-
dog was prepared, and Queen Elizabeth
protected and shared in thetraille, Hawk-
Insongleof his expeditions, setSreinan'
African eity, and out of three thousand in-
habitants succeededin seizing-twy hundred
and sixty
James SmQh, of Boston, and Thomas
Keyser first brought the colonies to
participate in slavery. In 1654 they im-
ported a cargo of negroes. Throughout
Massachusetts the cry of justice was raised
against them as malefactors and murderers;
the guilty men were conuqitted for the of-
fense, and the representatives of the people
ordered the negroes to be restored to their


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As he d...ld .h,, -1...u new,4l.,
'i., p.i-se t...:.. in al.e sog= t

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ap Goods.

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clothes upon the grass. Wet themin soap- native country at the public expense. At
suds; spread it, ... ..ur, turn them every a Inter peYiod there were both Indian and
day, and dip them in water if the day is a negro, slaves in Massachusetts-
dry ope. If they have turged.very yellow In .1628 a patch ship entered James
by lying long aviny, boil them in a solution, river qnd landed twenty negroes for sale-
made by melting a pound office, white This was the epochsof 1..- ints..1... ri.... ...I
soap in a gallon of milk. At the end of slavery into Virgigia; For many years the
halfan hour, take them out, wash them in Dutch were principally concerned in the
a lather of soap, and warm watery rinse slave trade in the market of Virginia. : -
thoroughly, adding alittlebluing to the last
water. Thip JAPAuss EsinAssY.-The Ja-
CHOICIVAND MANAGEMENT OE TOOTH panese Ambassador, it is stated, carry an
Bauslizs.-After the general care required immense ainount of baggage, induding
by the teeth themselves, there is. no n (1..1,- n, q, bases of presents to the United
4- ,gm,,,,.1 ..utfork audi cleadiness d-man.. .q,,,t..s Government.
ditig greater nicety of choice ang manage- They bring $100,000 .to defray their
ment than the tooth lyush employed in personal expenses, although theRmbassy
our daily toilet. In the choice, that brush is invited at Ira.. ...1. ...-p...a -.. ...f [1.. T.T.,ir.:..I
shold be selected which is the finest and States. The chief dignitaries are magul-
qqfterit, a4 he the bristles the mosedenly 5,, ,.,- 4,f embroidere(Lailk robes,
andcloselyset; and in the managenuest, g ro..; a swordofbeautiful work-
all that will be required to preserve it iD ma .hp They have conducted them-
r.Juantall-r a...uditters for the gumi) & teeth 1 year dignity and propriety.
will be, after using, to immerse it aturn- ted So Franexsco on the that,
bler of elear water twice, pr.o ssag the ris- u.a;u. 4 the honored guests of
tles against the asda of the glass to wash
out the powder, and then gently rubbing y t..r to .:aI days Twenty thou-

t h ae n i nt et t o

once adolitec will not fail to be c austuall; .
eniployed. ra, use members of the Legislature the
sta' o RE T TENS OF NK. .118 07 no and Citizens geonrt e & t
be removed 1.. ..11 e...-1.-, but those acids are, grand public reception was given the
to be preferred which ire least Tibkely to strangers at the laygost hall in the city'

ti m atecz th ta chd6su stance. where thp United $}sites officeral, both eivil
times its weight of water, inay be applied and military, with the foreign copeds and
to the spot, and after a minute or two wash- State authorities, participated in the re-
ed-off; repeatilig the applicatlore as ofteh = captions ceremonieste
may be found necessary. Less risk attends
the use of vegetable nexds. .1 .. lot...u ...I -11,5 of manufacturing e tablish.
the ozah e8\t# tid o 1 e i tro, ... *II. United States will be shown

this mostr delicate fabrics without danger by the next ceasyto be at...ur 11 ***, with
of injuring them; and the same solution a capahof $85,000,000, using $45,000,-
will discharge writing 'but not printing 090 Avprth of cotton, and producing $807-
ink. Hence it may be e leonyed la clesa .000,000 worth of goods. The increase of

ti osa W11to..u r; machitiery during te past flye years has
sh, 10 U. gen very small






'. IE DOUG at 4 stan
umn er Goods selected especially cordance
ith the good taste of this market and it will


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(BEN E'J 8 C 011 ER )
All on hand eve ylesding Brand of the day
Gir him a ealland examine for yournalves





I TH Pacess or R.uelso Eartar
BLOOJES 97 BDH.DINGE.-Probably the
greatest us chanied feet onsecordiathe
using of an edlire black of building*,
ae.ghing 35,000 Ionepod presouting a
fram e.t32 1 1, which hu nearly or que
been St' 1.1 IB 2 *12[(.'hicago. The Chjog..
q., be process ai raising ie by
us2nd of which three
Inc .0 e. r, sud d Arbree-eighther
thread sixhundra sypt I 4-
19714363. aja
eigh strerfacrews 8 co a syalesapf'
;gualer malept in ope d by obese
th war n at c.1xgh..his
.seness, guing est eere ne-quarter Inrn,
thu r.-rurfEng la repe'll the unic [ise
day' labor daw the immense weigh rise
113r..ugb y..ur 1 tund eight in..hesire where
ft 0.. e48036 7;[s [gporary BUp[igrks rapidly
.0; c.:ph--ed by permans-m fr.un.1.mons --
TI e .t.k.r.k c..cupr;ses thateen liestabas
the } Bank 1, Its sub.diari.
sion 'are a Evbatory marble frgnt block of
three stores; a four-story block of three
ftores, and a black of four stores,
at the < .r r.. r ...f Cl ar k sweet these all
presenting .an udbrokein front, iittheheare
of gar city, and tily.i with occupata., Ic
prearents some of the best retail establish.
mentiiin the city, agd someef the heaviest
stocks of drugs, dry.goode,.etc. As upier
stories are full of oilkey, and-contain milli-
nery rooms, print;c.; e-t blahmense, heade-
ries, etc., and yet s... alusi<.AJy lass the
work been conducted, the eersialess daily
tide of pedestrians has n..t beca imped.:-,], rack:r .acres--.] 11bra the cordry of the
sightand the nierelynts and others even
speak of an improved tral though they
wilk welcome the ....mplause data work
frone the less, The block has.been taisdd
1.*Dr left eight thrheq (Le r,=.plIred hel br,
to Eve dpys, ending..n Fnday, nud the
unsure are- now byagin the
notv. supporters. TI,.. enurd w.rk wig
occupyal....a f<.ur w.. As T tocale.,u ..f
this stup-udu...a w.:.rk i:- .:.nly117,aning

day, *.s at -re any harm in breaking agg
shells?' 'Certainly not, iny dear; but why
do you ask?' 'Cause I.dropped the basket
1 FagAs in rbaboa mes I'm in with
Cuffy said he'd rather die in a railroad
amash, up than a steamboat buirst up, f. e
this reason: *If you gits all sr deemist.ed

uhped on isyr t 2oqgets blow=.1 up on
At a public dinner, three gentlemen
having stogd up at the same momendo
say grace, Siduey Smith, who was present,
calTehd them 'the Three Graces.'
e proprietor of a hotel in the capital
of a Western 48tate,: posted the follow g
notice in the ball way Tending 1.:. th.- 3 3

mt ble3 aber3dd Adven .if mi .
st, an gen entan after -
1 to Bene-Rowdips and blackguards
please not mu evath inumben, on it la
hard to tell them ou- from rhe other

\Yhy in minister likey -looomotive 7-
Itecause we have to look out for him when
the bell ru2gs.
It is said that a Yankee baby will crawl
out of his cradle, take a survey ofit, invent
an improvement, And appl} for a patent be.
Are he it six months old.
I 11.1. Da.ul 10, so aday besth a great
wag and 4 gr. u shas:.ker. 'Ah, there 794
are,'eriedaladywho, surprised him c.I.e
day enj.>yinghb (p., or you idol again.
*\se, my d.=it man anal be r*qilled. 'I hope
you dc nor and fault wall me,.fur I ought
to be .: ruEuend, d,"as pu sain I'n. burning

an dh 6... I J ^taba a
father; he's a chip of the old blook-ain'
you, sonny?' 'I guess so; daddy,' eause
te r said featerday I was a oung ble...L-

New mode -of killing fleas: pin.:4 [1.1
ferosiousanimal.on a smooth board, ,and
pen him in a hedge of shoemaker's why
thesisas soon as he becomes quies, com-
mence reading to him the doings of Spa.
gress during the present session, fa five
minutes' he whill burst with indignation.

ag., An exinisitely dressed young gen-
sleman, after buyiDg AB0ther seaf to dangle
aboy his delicate.gerson; said to thojewel.
ler that che would-aklike to have ahaome-
thing engraved ons it-ah to denote what he
was.' 'Certainly, ce'rtainly. I wil put as
cyber,' asid:the tradepmap.




True Isplation of time toil which the woods nonr the town. The next day.boing all though he Ltd soon it all a ne .or else present si,< 0,,,...- ...r 1 Ll 14 l' i'L.10..
Adelantado Don Irarnando de Cho first of Odober the Govern3r took his the Devil had talight him how it was, so BURN for Governor, a ..1 t'll.1N la.E'll C
Boto and some knights of Wortiagal elevarture in the morning aind ordered a that they who knew 2...1.1 ...( = e..1, .. .(sr a .. 1:q <.*..[.li to r.. C...p;re.*
. underwentliathe Discovery of Plor- bridge to be made over a river which he declared it impossill. it..s ha e..-uIJ 1.=.. I' ,' ., 'i h as the p<**a cAR*** or this
ids, now just by a fldalgo of had to cross. The depth whereot itoxtend. _, ,,,1, r .:..u..r -,:rl....s 1. v.... .. 2., meeting bp published in the .% .te. ..
Elves, ed for a stone's throw was over the head, r... m.1 -1,... wI.. In .41 it... 1%anuner, and .alf Delucan:e p p.=ia
a audafterwarathelvateronmetathewainfor signshemadected....a ul th r lin..l... throughout th< Siste are I.,
VIEWED BY TILE INQUISITION' s the distance of a crossbow shot L .. v. 9 stood'as certaiti. copy. .
wrl. of tall and clerge : .. r ..t.. ,,,ro-,, Which were pitt to vote .disd carried.
,,,gs, ,,,, Indians outpo tousertaits if they THE AhfEIJO a }.JIll 11 84 0. Is **..,'{ir it- lin <'-
MISO8Very of flOrdite could possibly prevent a passago and an the Claudia of Spain, * *-.- as us cretary ben en..r ..1 1.. sur..ish Cl..J.rt..r-
noyed.the anon at work, but they were dia perfectiba and abougance. The -1.4#. II.. 11,1....[ '1
tELATION OF THE VICISSITUDES ATTEN- persed on the arrival oferiveshowanon when it is precisely thpt of khe person.... tt.. 0 .....un. as t(e mpetgg, >.ip or::- 1
dingthoGovernorDongernandodeSotoitan timlygrs behig thrsowh in solve men fruitelloubtedly that is referred E.
sittempt to obnquer Florida, in which is at ,,,...1 .. .. .II side and secured <:.. ,,,,,, ,, without i s.. :.. and wild id le P. L. DANCY [1
forth who ho \vas, sal atso who were others .. ., e.1.. 11... I ..., 0. (ay of the week, Wed- oods. Moreover sl .*1 be seen hereafter It. (
with him, containmg some secount of the nesday of Sains Francis, 011 Governor cros- in the al it... dba .r ., a [...1. treats of anova, Reevqtary.
poenliditiesona diversities of the constry, sed And reachoritier ..... ainwri subject thosoil.: 11 .. I fts ........1 c..I vegata- [convolview. J 1
of ali that tl cy saw an<} of what bore11them, to kpalache where he slept. He fokild it ble life that thik fruit is spoken of as .,,,,.u:'s Formul> of E so..rsar..Isles-

[Colitinued] byroing, the Indians have 4 sett .1 fire. of tTakinds, the red aid gray; as polirg ,,,, _D:r she one used s..;; -the Cath-
I ..... = .. .. I the ...... Was in- the of a waluat and having, three or .
Annotations. 1. I =1. I 1- ** much cord, die way lead- Tour pits anatilio as Tuahing a far better ...ia 2 011 see n.
V unals, (in the Portucense Villa. E many habitationadike village* pruno than the pkpo of 8pain. le 6 u s..-n .L. J..... Fore givou, it
.1. y small town ... ill the *u** J*, So t I of Cordova six leagues fina rivett at the towtt ofUzota, and on monday NO'80EL ug doe ment, purporting to be an authen-

'e, its at dintv j el as n 10 sd AubaCa p lacho re cl 0 110rd or We the ...I -,.r...I Cuiembers of a : 1 | I j ... .
of the c heated mountain of La So an campmass... .. o a .J. .1. ... r .. In 0
En* n n ineron t 07 n, foldl emi lo ge 0136 *I I r:.. sLn nr rb its b /.,1. ..-1 it I . I 0.** I lul usu L.el

is..... .. 1, an. i . .. .ar .ir to air I., .. I li1.1 ft n II.-n e
..nt.. ..a.Ir theivint. 1 .*m .--- II.u Al.ali*.=ittiL. t
.. 1.. r u, ... .. ,< those ..t 5 .. ...1.. ..... r. ... rg Ir .r 1.3 u sur 1.. ( .. .t... .. name she lell..a . .I. rt 1 ..Ir .n au

Ofted [ i rn doods dwit ut e ing m. ..t.., s. .. ... f y the City listi d e Jo\ i 0
g ,, n ,,. Other explanation eight leagues distant the 4.. .... . .. [ at Io 0 x:ketPd .]z{ Andreu Bartolo thrown to the n, I erberus abot
.3, r, . ..r rho Chief Uzachil is spel-. sept a Captain thither with cavalry and xu Pacetti, chq U ifan, Florence Baya, I'. named. "What .. ur. must it not
M ...*.* .. is chile, byGarcilnsso Ochile, f urt s * -la leagues on the way L. Ti,., ,, P...i .\.run, OrakeivPacesty have been in the iniddle ages, ten joirted
g ... ritedma TLachik, to Herrors i ns...i r... .II, I Ochote; thence conn arid 1: U ...,,, withtheinquisit .u "' .sry .;y i.LL .i.e.
sonage spoke which a scbumn y t toper. usabato the t bl sea{r :fk ittr e The meeting gas called to order by nom- 60 .. be C at 1 e
met by the army of Narvaez about ri stakes and with the limbs made into man. Ina ag Call SPaul Aruau, Ohairmanand if he stialt, in what Remin p..or.u..,i and
same region of country in the year gers, and he found also the skulls of horses. ealla fig., Is. acy tt on what page will wo. find **... ........I or
wdour be calls Dulchanchellio. y PHaving Having discovered thus, tweb he return- County on Thursday the 17th inst., at 8 his translation. 1Ye:know this would give
learlied this much, we lefs the next day, ed; whence was .. -.I what was o'clock p. su. at the City HalF, f the pur him too much troubb, as, unfortunatelyl

...In 123mt I int country vine" tSo at 1 1 cit{ e Ir 1. I o no pose of appoint ag 1)olegates to the State ful king it doo. .... ..r.inany. We 1.
carrying for auides those of thesu we 11ad try and was lost in them at seq. Dr .. 1. Convention to be held q Qurney, and, for ad "ma ," a "r ods e .
taken. We traveled until the sevento oth Juan de Au'asco made ready with f l. the p trjt h 10 at c cast ration in ko go doubt you are well acquin ed
day of June, without seeing any Indians cavalry to go to the part, at Espiritu Santo to bovention Mi 3- pa 0 150. Chapter LY. you will mere ind
wpo uldvol 1 acTi "itoarc iingjI harderst 10 hq/ 11 Resolved, Thattheproceedings of this I '
ried onettback of anoth I Ipdian, and abandon thattown and bring all the peo- ingetpag be ablishot) in clip Et. Augb\ 2 are indeed si so like
covered with painted deer-skin having a ple to Apalache. In Unchil and other line Ecan" 2Ull ARTAU, Cl p or e smiles::t tl a igtiornues of th a
great many peat'* *" .u advance of towns on the way An'issofound nGany peo- li,. D. CANov Secryikirigan' who pass round such an artierc, than crent:
him, playing on it..s.. .r .. In this man- ple who had already beco no careless, still A, ryo fear by the lib.sphemy it contain. Where
nor he came up to where the Governor no suptures war Imade to t dlu^tentwn Meetius of the Democracy thou aid "Z" Itud tinarhq d ? 11e tell

oa b ol 018 an outtat is a wetoty c togeth joy H v A neerin < olitl moortic sel were going to Apalache and it appeared to went through the towns at night-remain evening at 1.. p. in. at the City Hall, nor receive it?1i,'... ,'.. c;, i. ..ull
us by those he made that he was an onemy ag in thein only three or four hours for for the p !I uppqinting I)elegacqto 8eidefrdin thakel..* .rn 1. I .. 4.1,
to its pmple and would go to. .. is uq rest, and at the eral of ten days arrived at the State Gor dution and to take intocon. Bed >fliero,-be taking is 1.. n, . ,,
again tin m. Wq gnverrt s of IsrnTed obn wl 0 ide ate'sed two ca: al ..s cl.. n. of tbo Delegates at Anglian minister wea . c. I

and he .. .? 1. *.J. r... J. th' brought .by him from Ytarn and 1' I o *.... ouritu, 11. siney a on
skit lie vorp, mid then .. ... folz war Cide 13 Asia YW.bul, takifug bussell y eder gi tel an t ye Og:mnittee, oo qu te so sp of
I : Iden in the raid he took. thefootmoldiers in typinances troni paine St. Augustine, May 17tl< a
lot night we owne taq river which to po ut hys . ... .. .. in the dr-
was very vidoinn do 1 at the icetic recti x of I cross waie/of wi Dayo&PMM C -1 Coast '2- -

old s ..1. -.:r we made n ounce fbr the ., 1. II.. (..Itans at several'pliteeslieset tioh.
purpose, and sport a da y in getting over, Mar ... of the inen: On his Pur.inant to notide, a meeting of the r .. . ., I
If the Indians had oppose us uprin ir . havingordored planks Democracy of St. Johu's County met, and e . n... .r .. ... .,<1 .
they could well have disputed or, ., 41 spikes to be taken to the cows a pira= "i'^n no 0 1. Col. F. L. DANCY was Ap- dramatic permana is the above mentionid
for even with their help we had a gua sys bu.It in which thirty men .. .3 ..ur .1 mean, and Rxtits CARoyA. work but the infidel Ecole, and its Protean

e b -n ,of e horsemcooll/1, nqut- ellartu a fr in t hebt ri th pi sq., requested toact as 86eretary.. Cof. I ir .10were pl"tting tlTleir hain isulk'
tient of detention, outerod the river, when ancesand they sometimes fogght with the Dancy upon taking 1. 7 .. briefly sta- only true and veritable r = .. .4 excuse
the violence of the current cast has from natives who I down the estuary tid thqt the object qf 4he 0.1 was to hunication in use moong Catholies. W

d e e ic 1 ho o a

0 .. 1... !...>.,.1 the body of the horse add cred & set fire to the town two portions or dorse the action of our Delegatiop in re is a ver am tra as du e e fox ub.
11 us where we should find the efrpse in which in consequepoc were m.stantly de- tiring from the Charleston Couvention. rn .....el.. r r .. ...n change by
rl. river below. This death gave us much. stroyed. Ou 8uuday the twenty eighth of On motion, it was moved and acconded ..,,n.. us . .... e whitus ad
pain, for until thou not one had been December Juno de An'tisco aravel and the that the meeting proceed to appolixt-Dele- eaprises f dre-:. For the suke sof
missing.' .Mzatiaryois. for. Pay. Governor directed Francisco Maldonado d t :brevity we will not give the preamble un-
cust, according to Padre Fareja, was a Captaig ofInfaritry to rawthe coast to the gates, viva voce, acoor ing a apportion less etdleli for by. **M" if so; wb shall be
principal chief having other chiefs as sub- westward withfffty men and look for an en. meat; wherefipon the following gentlemen anoit happy to Aerve b ...
jects. The word hel 2,,3 e the language trance, proposig t go lumself th that d were chose4Delegales from St. Augustine die reasowis for the ... .. .............. 4
spoken by the .. r Tiuniqua, the reaction by land ..... discoveries." The some Pygoinet:-R Oaticva, P. Aruau, J. 3L this coluntences.
ast nu co et nand oc data the day eight men wen two leagucoSfa Gould, P J. Quiney, A. D. 110gero, J. E. "Therefore bythe 1 :0 .t ..1 G.od (60

more.0xtens ve country than any other. for they had become so bbid that they 31ickler, J. D. Usina, and 31. Neligan. 2 lati(lhty Fa her, an .r ri ..-r,.aud 6f
CHAP'PEll 11. 110W the Cy)VernOY as W011id feature 11p withy do crossbow Orange 31111 Precinet:-R. Q. Mays, t,@00 of 1,.:. | -so ..IP or
rived at Palache and was informed -1.,r shot oil the camp to kill the*people. Twg and E. C. Simpkins- Apostlis, ... ..r II < .5... .1,.. L.v the
there was much gold inlan were discovered engaged it poking Bawlstown Ir&inet:-L, G. Sibley and authority 10.-1 I in .. ad..,. n, un.

tin . .. .. r 2 optember causdaind night Itavee osicap yoube hwo G. Yelvingston. .... We .0.1 ta she pprer bestowed upon
rest at a river whe .... r 1* I *.. I to fall fighting: three hoxies Independence Precinct:-V. R. I upout '...La., ud loosing in Hea-
hilu & deer from the 1 ..[ ..acled, before they eduld be I ..I .), and Jan . .1 r, sepenity him togeth-
"= a ), .. of whichdied in a few days. .. ,1.1 ALicedsin Branph Preeluct:-1 artolo a / I d 0.11< **
.0 1 0 .s..Ig, .: sleptat Utachd. on going along the coast near by the n JInsters, Jr.. au$ Jils. Futch. blood of 01i prd, and I. .... thtr .,, ,. ,,

iln inb 3 inuresperso thte recath rat i3u ..i .... ... o:o e ca jgo Picolata1.. .u..i i.:.. C. Ferreira and .11 ar, so. we qxch,1. 1.; n n .. 1.
petaea darod not remain: in the town was a part of the indlegensableprovisions from Jus. L. Codee. b to. I ..: .. c holy n. rl ., 11. .
folitW1 their FOOt[ mud11 RIZG, LORDS and Some O 1118 00111pany. Three or fourtlays .Ur... .. ...7.... .. ...i the n 0.-Go . ,eaven and on .
pumpkins, on which ti 1, ,.g. ,,_ I; .] b Log elapsed licyoud 11 r --. ..= for tha us.. ..... -1. .. .. .I. .... 0.. an, .. n ., .
The maize is like cours. . I eq ... .,3.. ... .... 7..) .. r., I of 31 alI el r e-- Gov- u., ..u ro ..11 5.. A. ,
kinsare better aug mc.,. ., rl.a .1. ... .. ..) 1..r :a ..Id I. ...t ,.. at 11,.. :, 3. *1 ht- *

or (wa of whom were choo. at . the * *I '.'- ** L eft froxy
Governor, as it was always cu 1..1, 1,. ..1 I .. u. .. found a .
.tomory for the oilicers to do after success. sheltered port with a good depth of watir
ful forays di din a pegn rnainde numg The Govern al fly gtrati d at t is bdis .r I ti so he iell runs am .

.taken away iq chains with collare About visions to be taken to that port of his find- footing of equality with he peop or the No Unis" in bone fde or was aware of
the neck tb clirry baggage and grind IDKwhichhewould himself seek by land Slaveholding States, and to be protected by walsitry if the fot'ul r we t higi oran
corn, doing the labor proper to L...r .hore should he not arrive that Pt while we condemn liip re iness us iving ii
Sometimes it happened that a < l... ru. u...u he directed the officer to.go back ", ,,, ., ...,- .. ... .. circulation, if the latter hestands convict-
going with theau tor wood or ma. rI.. r 11. ana and reuru to stay the next aga- nb ll. Ir;.. . a ., .. .....3 ed of wilful dee ption. He run has on
would kill him.aDd flee with the chain 0 : son as he \voqid make it his express pur- 3 ....1 u .e he .u.. <:1 1 a . lich F he ple
Others would file the chain at night with a pose to come back in quest of Ochus orstave states. "" "f\his subj n, buPweso
splinter of stone, which they use in the Fraincisco Maldboado yout and Juan 4 1 Ti... .T. .1 ... .,,
place of iron, when thejr athy were detees. Ouzman reliabod instead Captain of n n., .0...... .. .,,o j @ o n ur nana
ed paid for it aiid as an eiatuple to steers infantry Among the Indians taken ... ies therefore compopus to end this com-
that they might not do the like. The. Napetuch the Treasurer Juan Gaytay hid ,,,,,. .. ,, .. rwatcation. W.
women sing a minoved a hun, a youth who at t acon at < inet twlo -. a r.. ... ..I at 01 tr re @stle til the Corentliians

r- .rl. ... n ..; .. I. r u.. .7. 1..,,, a ti,. had been a long ti no absent i. t...: lands, expedient and that they be instructed by Constitutional Union Convention.
language. From Uzachill the Opernor that itsmanue mis Yupahq qud, was goverit. the state convention under no circumstances to This body coureupd at Baltiuiore on the
went towards Apaladie and at the cod of ed by a woman, the ow she lived in ba- surrender the inciple contained la the 2nd. Oth inst. The IIou. John Bell,:0f Tennes-
twodays travel arrived at a town called ingof astonisInng size ul a. 0, >reigh- Resolutionab SeeandtheBou 1.1 .JEw...0,c.f allai-
kxill abiterwardla the h ditans cl vinje v20\ lo g, I in qusao r man Canova proposed the follow- cluzsett se .Jr 1 ... tl>
come upon unawares the greater part caping negortholess because there were fro n the usines, melted and refined enetly meeting, our Delegates he requested to instant.


stTIFRDA5. U SB ".), 19t:D.
4,; ',,, ,
4. ,u'" J equf* " :-it-
-1= --, pa thd will recy vc ab-
scription malso colle on, ag receipt for thy

OK I 101i.NT

or 1. Iuniv

1 1 I }IE 1111 111 1

NE i. 1- i.

anna I'..nreatio
c.nly ' . age rf rt..: 1..
the passage of a quaitor ........ .1-
form, Mr DovesAs, its author, having u....uilli -'s... 11. I hq gyould
news a-cept, Is. c......ux ,ve on this
.Inform, ?.2 fr -.od, .1 -us.el a passage es-
> ti,. pm rh. L1-.r use *** n '"
useless. is :***Id- Al ** l., ... F. 10..-
either to ... c.. u. unt ...s. op to elect
the man nom nated. But what is tob?
the result to the country? 31 g "[*(' **
the rendiagofthe ekvtiation equivalent to
a secessionlyou the Uns..u We certainly
take a., is:h gle.--to ** of it. To ri stress. .1.I ..r..-,thisposi-
tion- was strenuously repediathd. Dis-
elainters were oftingmade bylthe *[ il* hr
leaders in the movement of any such de'
gign in retiring. And*however united and
in h...I lia.- wind.. --..ur< May be in i.-r.eiln4 ..a.ry*r. br did n :d "" ..d to
a ry a.*zn: ...rr, .r iii ieve a rge
majority of t he reflecting and intelligent
people ofthose stites, lyave short; attaph'
2nents to the Union, and -prefer to defend
themselves in xi, rather than to be driven
ou}of it. There ia a patriotism not coisfizi
ed to State lines,-patriodata fbi- .In.:1
J.*ur a <.r..cof 1^*: -" F" '-
End. 11. it; .J. se. u a..r.. M ar li.]' '
ralk.iwirignmar Tro tii5ft. fli..E in thrum
with of cous uy; that those epohling
cu.:.r...r-s whidiron.. inspired so many of
tb= b.r... ..t 614.:.... have .J. .) out; the
love of humanity still preserves her reptal
fireafreshapon ouralters. Philanthr hy'
which even pagan Greece and Rome in-
calcated, and without which, bright and

us, to 1. uch ad..-ud, question, in which
the rending of our great country ii( involv-
ed. Behold a mighty ziation, risen up al.
most in a nighte--a free people of 32,000-
0001 Mark their united influence (Fyou the
civilization and liberty of the world!' Ng
voice so phrills the heart of Europe to-day'
as do our oyq greatuess and free govern-
ment No hermit Peter need to giroclailu
a cr in favor of national and personal
libeftwhile our great and. unparalled
country stands alivingbeneon to the world
In England, in Frarice, in Russia, in a
vived and refine&Italy, and even in reefs-
tant Austria, the gameof ogr country sea
word of inspiratiour agmating the strug-
gling and dowatrodden. Firmly seated
on our constitution, the goddess of liberty
appe redencouraging the oppressed. Can
you e wind, then quy tyranny re:
strain the resistless power of our exam-

F.e. '
Shall this inf albnid.I.. good to man be
thrown away, or can hazarded by im-

heart, instinct with every generous cino-
tion, keenly :\sir.. i. Very form 06 6p-
pression and a-ran;:. at will not fo

a rea n igliand u
da 4, en-
agersuch cause as this? Would you
destroy tGe light and hope of a sinking
brother in other lands? Imagine the
blacLa == ..f .13.1*, t II,-,t. Yould served

renisi .p..I.u..u, liangafian, ?? 9
qugeon, were our country
ruined ,by division! Thdugh. there are
pots on the sun, and though. you can do
without it, would you blotit out for your
-a--IL..."gWe I.r car the South too well not
to vouch for its extended philanthropy.
Let us actas becomes great people, true>
ourselves, true. to our country, true to g
strugglingnationsand the world. Great is
our respdnsibility. We cannot throwit

it an teh erl ai li nan .pouPostear
the favored of earth,

The Charleston ConventioTr.
Thi 8 body, from whomso nineh was ex-
,e.....11.* the country, has taken its place
among the things that woro. After the se-
paration into twobodits, nothing seems to
have been done by either. The larger,
sometimes designated as that of ,Squaller
Sovereigntyyent through with between
pp,.. and .i.a, 1.,11..11..9 for .. .....sp.......r.,
but =.rI. no avail, Mr. Doyal-As, general-
ly receiving about half of ;ll.; s 'they
finally adjourned to meet a'II.Ir...-,... the
18th of June next, That .1..- b:.2, lacked
principle, there can 140 little doubt eater
tainedby those, who ivatoked its proceed-
ings. This n .ul-1 :....... to be especially
grinced an a manifesto issued to thoStates,
whose delegates .had on pricolple left the
Gody. Probably jodging from their own
..:..0..0at the party, they seent to have
supposed, that the ...:.... .1.1...... s would
be disonrded, and the pliant party, for 1
,1.rfr.f rh.- :-g...ils, wo1ild 88ud -ll.*..: .
II..s. f....] lu l a. .11 11 little -tierT01-

:.rI., rt II ..... .....u ri .us
..,.1.1...11, .ultl..:., ...Jn..a..:...:,:r..
rI, e. (...1.1.1 II.. 71...1. l***d; '" **==*. *
threatened totled sl. .. **u
a subjectso much agitated, .u1
sectional, with no resplentl....1, i. ..Ja...
mind to speak light out of -i.II.u..., v.-,, w as c.1, useless, to -.rt.. pl to
foria c. plan **u'. [.1 .0 .. e. . .1 terms
as to ..I.J. ... .r ... An
, ,;,, ; .1 ,,,, 9,,. sought in the well
.. .. 1. ..I .. ..I'men. At this tim?
the principles of the candidate -are more
s... ..cost ris r ... c.15 of i. 11.4, tp which
all cannotan.d will not give a hearty assent
This body also recolumesided the holding a
Convention in Richmond on the 14thef
.7,,,,: ,,,xt To this the States, whose
1.-1...r.. left the Convention, will ag-
]:..,i.,. li aelid Kelegates prepared to act
as ibe emergency may.require. The cir-
eumstances should call out the ablest dnd
3...i. reliable med.0f the country. It is no
time for impulse ... .. .1 .....A pleaof
extrelite opinion on either side are illy
adapted to the oc'easiop. Moderate men
may agree, and thus brieg order out ofap-
parent confusion. Extremists nower Win,
adhere are so many shades -f pinion
among theru. The World does not seein
to be near its end; therefore let as not ht-
tempt to settle things, for all time to come.
1. our children have'. r ...
-,. ri, ... I 4peak .1 '**' "
,,n ,tud / r We are decidedly in
favor of not "using it all up."
-- -* & -------..
NFlon B. A. Putuard.

thi go3e an wlo l jtusttre seed n
holding his* court throughout the Circuit

We are happy to 1.. it .r 11 way in
which the Judge discharges his 1..... .* I
and onerous duties meets the unqualified
approbation of the bar and the people, a
rare distinction .for any tdIicer. We
learn from him, that the country has suf-
fered from drought, but is otherwise in a
prosperous condition. -

Independest Blues.
Our Florida exchanges often of late
ecutain notices of the formation of volun-
teer quiform companies. T\'s are analiled
(0 .anugunce the organization 09 such .a
camp'apy in tilis City, under the fianne of
the" 1-<.....*, 1,. 3.. ...!,.3...... Blues/' On the
12th ... l., a ...g..... met at the City
Hall for the election of Officers. JouN
LOTTPHILIrs, Esq s was chosen Captain,
L. M. Awaru, let Lieutenant, and C. L.
RIDGELY, $ud LIGULellant. 1110 COBptUy
numbers about seventy. Cap P., com-
manded a u no, .1. clay" v i. an d Exdian
,,,.. ar.I 1. .1/ 1. ?

Lieutenant ANDREU, haq also seen ser-
vice we belfre, bgin in the battle of Duti
in r p. Jr of I amPulndi n

being attacked by a large body of Indians;
were driven to their boats, riot without
considerable loss TYe trust the valor of
thesemen may never e again tried in act-
nal battle, though bone will doubt their
efficiency should it ever be.

Landing of Africaul
TV'e notice in the ..t U.. ..,,ra sq
article stating, that the U 8. Steamer
flohawk, T. Ausustus Craven, Lieutenant
C-:...nezz.Jiu,;, with an American harksup-
posed to be the Wild Fire, in itw wills
ive hundred and thirty genuine Africans
on board had come into that port. The
Barkwnscapturedoff Neuvitas, Cubathe
26th Aaph ilad Oilginally there 'were.650

whom 120 had diodmo 110 river Congo of
ut ie passage

Southern Rights Meeting, at
Welaka East Florida-
Pursuantitppygviousunderstazuling, the
Citizensof W41akaand 2.... ac..igr.. coun-
.4 in., :.audI..)Pa. As pay... .if ..xpres

.: r I at, a painful up..u the prgout
condition of our national ahairs. The
.Jr, 1,,pp. ..I on theHitilRoad leading getting having been called to order Gen.
on1*,f -lost :0 11., day before yesterday' B HOPKINS, was appointed to the Chairs

th rr .ar a n a di 1 DBiEPIGU]N 88 $Gt] in el
Mr 1 .s.r. Cas lor of the St. John's very eKeotive ly l.. ...p... a .. motion was
Thuk at Jacksouville. We understand mado by Mr -i .bo.q,. ...r... ad seconded
the tratu3rason its way from Baldwin to by Mr. W.Priestthatoco:nityittee be ap-
I'u.ttens. ..cutthatthe accident was co- potatedbytheObair to draft::i.1..:,,
gittletr.] i., if alleon ll..: tr....1' The full which was carried, ung the following gen n 1, a not:.....l...-1 us, except by goinon were polected, bl. C. Stephous, J.
general rumor n).I. la we holie has .. 11 I .. . and G. Tyner. Upon raising, t Je
enlarged the real cahithill' Ohair ofeted, for their consideration the
--- -- 6.11....u........1,r..os drafted by himself,
TheJalpaneseatWashington. "....] sir. ., Intel sonsultation, the Com-
Wasquerox, .4; 14 -TI,, i, ,,. -. ..0,, 3. mittee returned and reconnerided their
syarrivedat noon, .....II .-A us El ..y passagowithout amendment, wideli after
y..i. TI,...- we -1. .y ..1.- Tr.. res..] r...- ou .. .. Id outed. 10
any .srd rea.. 15@ 6 :, s us 1 1 1.- 1 are our 70
Ingley nc II. .s.. ., 1 .".. .11 i r. j

rt....r...,,,..r..,,I 11, ..1,. ..I.ur
Hon. A. H. Stept na in favor of the .common country, lately invaded Iga triud
Squartersover.rgoryPlatform of fauntical Pirates, (inuitigated by the

,111Aw t al 1 i sin ralStephans I indhu 11 or ) 2citehd inature

.1 1 ., That we congratulate
,o .. .... r . ...r ... Our brothren of Virginia, in their early
... .... . .*... r .Nr...t..:.o of their Traitorous design; and
delegates be sent to the in-- .-1 rt.. manner by which it was sup-
convention, pressed and truly regret the phief 0.
/, .1 st .! I j re co I d
[FORTIIE3. n, 1 i J.)uuginS, Gduld Det 11870 met TVith 010
P IT.ATK A. ? as 0 101I. 1800. same fate.
1;, LE s....'s.-F Llatha has not been 4th. Resolved, That this Government
6.,....: oz., 1, ni Isr iti your columns T was formed 6, I ... - 1..u..r; ... ( pa u^
I ...1 e..G ..1 .. .... .. = ... .. .| la .1 go
tI.... ri.. ,=r ..........3..? .rt... from -se 1.......1.11..... ..elituAcand-productsand
.1 .. rl..s v..u1.,<.. .. .,r..1, ... onefrain that any cause which shall permanently
c ar a..cors 11.'r Al an.... who, In happy agray those sections in political' hostility
and .
it. r. past, isin his usual 6081613 aiid spirits' the 1 .. r.. .. 1,,,.1, ... r . .. .. .,
feeding, doubt sin tt it sSt p r ee at 1 t a ti\\ian of tl a na-

Da. Fresh lailrgy await him ghen he Lional Union.
chooses re.;. p is... T.rb Revolved, That it is enough for us
The stran rs have left our lace rather td know, that political chil war striking at
Wel 8 thht it all that shoirld be held sacred and dour to
ing like Intstle aid liprry w ea oge 1 r da s e I ... I .. [- 'en
out of season, since excitainel 6 as a bore in a ainst by our N ..r 1.- - [rr I. --
hot heather. Siill the weather of late has (. ? ad that a division us the
lecureally quite tolerable. We had a fit ' t .. E..... ul., juncture
wou ** 1.- 1. . I .. .1 r .. as a peo.
tL* b . .. 11,.. ... ...... which T. a .... liati ple: 1...1,. ... .l.,r. the sply partyCa-
the air most a ceably. .Lia.qu.l.....s ..i , arresting the progress at the (so
both classes, the L.I.o.z .....J rls ...: s.. rt.e ..u ca led) Black t..p...i l.. a pa ty, is the
joyment of all 1 .... e...... s *Ir.. I : as u- r nu> actic 1 u r woo
ous and annoying thus far than I was pro- coinawn country-regardless of all minor
pared to find them. The fletes however> d fierences of opinion and bAieving that
are all that hs been claimed for them Use Democrats will select for their Stand-
They are nimble, blood-thirsty and very ard bearer a u1un eminent alike for his wis-
many. Their extraoiditiary 0).461. li,, 1 .co. ... I 0.. ... ---fr his devotion (1 the
yeararebymost thinking people a.rt..I.. l'...o ...........r.r.u. spirit and inflexi-
lul.1 ,u .. . ...i. . provision-Resolve
,ti to the large liberties allowed to swme to support, with our utiited offorts, the .
1:1 our streets, and an effer I believe, is nominee of the Convoution now. sitting at
making to orgnuize it Council, with aview Chadeston South Carolina.
ta defining the rights, respectively of inan Oth, Resolved, That in the event of a
to :d hog, in this to muunity. The move ex khi / 10 ha a y oeu I rut1onal 010
inent promises well. men--who necepts federal appointments
Mr Sman's Histor cal contributions under liis administration, shall by consid-
addlargelbothe inter st of your paper and ered as a traitor to his country, and denit
make ft well worth while to keep it on file. "d 101 and be it fur 1 ilreal
Tim prospects are diat the early history and towed to reside an oug, us, sustained by
the iteresting antiquities ofourState will federal .
henceforth command the attention they de- 7th. a ., That the foregoing pre-
serve, havingoflate enlisted the talent of amble and Resolutious, be offered for pub-

Co"""fs:'ro., so '" "'o a vg D'%
embjects coiinected with Floridian history BENJAMIN HOPKINS, Chairman.
delivered in the Ancient City during the Calaston STEPHEN, Secretary.
peasoRjust closed.
Judge FoawAlb, having completed his UsrroSTATEs Czacurr Couar.---The Grqud
ci:euit of piofessipnal duty, is now at home. Jury of this Court fourtd the following true bills
1{ five days past from rheumatism, confining J. 11ott Middleton, Carey, W. Stiles and mi.
him to his bed. He is now recovering. i er ft a 2 8 to janta
The election pas ed off very quietly in journed untia l o'clock this mormng,
this pre inct. I have not yet heard the The flowing gentlemen were indicted upon
result. thesakeoKencebutnobillavere(outid: 1Ym
bu J. c...upmul.,td...r r to. Pr claw . maki.ey and Gasway.B
. als up-..a th? reepening **I th-: rby..ugh a
candl...a mut.= to Charlies..a Time **C'< WhatthePress say. .
II&.'bshands..rn. n.10..airne.J...u-ston,. Housekeepers,.troubledwithrerminaeedbe
r and 13.4 L..:. 0 tied Dr 1..c; pun..tual ... sornolonger, ifthey use : T. inina-
)er arrivals here. She is not often later ifa box cost $3. we would have it. We had
an betweeu4 and 5 o'clook. tried poisons, but they eKeeted nothing; but
Yours, ..... rt. 1-: 't it -: 0.. alli out of Rats,
0, ..1, .L.] L. *L**(a ps.Lt. r=..... We can write
it. It is in great demand all over tae country,
What ti Pe le s -Aredina(q.) casette, .

M c aza e 20 yo xx i to A Tamily Recessity,
and foupd it to be a perfect rat destroyer. I c | .1 .
herewith enclose (S for more ofit. Yours etc. ,, ,., p.3 3 o.,,,.3,, .. very
ASHLEY MCOREERY. SeVerely-ORe 11&Rd almoSt 10 & CriBp. The
Egy York. Dec. 7 1857 torture was unbearable. It was an awful
Sm-* * All the summer Ihave sight.d to extracttl'he Mai @RK Linimput ap-
been troubled ivith Roaches and Mice, I was t Calea rapidly and \ \ 0.. =*. ..
actually ashamed of the houke, for the Ro.aches CHARLES FOSTER, 20 froad $17881,
as everywhere. I purchased a box o Ex- phia." It is truly a wonderful article. It .11
y P fyour cure any case of swelling, Burns, Stif si ..
jerminator and tried it, andin one week there Eruptions or Rheriniatism. For Horses, it
yas not a Roacts or Mouse in the house, should never be dispensed with. One Dollar s
Jons II. GIVENS, NO. 94 Elm Street. worhth of Mustang hast a t deveRihgdua-

Spavin and f......l.:r 3 [>itatione'
The Chinese are determined to dispile the Sold in all 1*== *** 41 s' *
passage of the Allies to Pekin, and Enve two BARNES & PARK, Proprietors, New-York.
undred thousand menundeparmy, May 19-1860. Im-

_ -- "'I _ i 1 -I

_ ~_~_ I

I I_


. 911ERrrr*SSALE.
?.. .1 ann dr can ..Ba ed eg( (.([}34
0.>.< r <....nea
.. .4 ..<.rw; c.
-1an. wri--.hnfe
ES. . .'.. "ill'sit:C
o .. . r is s ia st i-
28 wmg descri od lan .1 oc.11side.J
MAHil- .. Ti .. ,, ar

il o h 18t y in v .
Duboxs Ti.n )I.Sanson, et al.

:nce. sale is postponeQ until he rse
nne el .. postponed until e- int

*, T is a ne-l unni ,
'"". .
edption o . ,I .,airs1 he ar .
m in E ber u- s
... pa p. us, I b. n,
ni .0 p.aned unt.I the Ar:c
3.. .. ,,, r ,, .. rr a
". r..- .I. p pned ur=I-1 Else first
t, ,, Monda lonDeclem etp s ed until the an
U. ondav in Jainuar next.

I 2,, ,,, ,. -nJ ursiJ day

.- #.3


..o. I 865 & 867 BROADWAY,
., i.* Corner of T ankim arrect, de
..... and

Prof. of P--: b ar e-s *- .... 1, pre-
ciar. 1....0..<. r... .,ap, .el. I eing
e tor r- -tr, E-- r n- ri c 5 e? I e... ness
,,,3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ip, 4, ee.,, ..s -chich
ith it..,< ... *rr. t....:.. 1, I<..rn .r." I and
pHL well veistittted; and being conducted r 41.
European plan visitors can live in tl.- 1. r
y,) 3 style, with the greatest economy. A largepar-

e,) 1 r 1 0 r .. I a l.
ay a ] its. g .. .1 .retra Tu..
the lion. .. 4.. 1 ub- s 4. ;= -1.:r
Mean. .= *.1i.= .it IIOTEL is con-
- Im. netted with

Accommodating over one thousagi persons, in
which visitors can have their meals, or, if they
desire, they servedin 11.... w.0 ..p...r-
nd k utobts. The fire served;in = ts? is -r a --1
if .: 8 2. tes....m..s: .1 .,---.-st. -. to be su-
** 'n- t *.I..-,- o..r .r. = ue e-r.
1 Tru ;
.it? Peart- l., Wed"York. *

(SuegessorstoA. L. ACKERMAN,)

the New
m oct 1 6m 1
public a

r les y
lle, and a ir GT TP \TT S Court for District No. I
nsRiver 11J o ill be h deat

\nova Arst Monda 's of each and every month, at 10
A 1. ii .11 ?-* 1 1*
Co. J L PHILIPS Just cy of the P ce
m Magely 24-1860 tf.


A so no so,
U. E. CARE ah. 1.
OI'z wave a -laeo

NI Jrn .1

L .u...I. I ul

. r

@ n
... Y ... ng a .
r ..r J .II .. =-MI a -. 0
Jr. p- are ( Jan ildeaugh Illw PAalary.

MOSES'K. GIINES/ holesale.Teweles,
*20s Broadvany.1V.Y.

uibbing flues, (e. cA CARE

IGS Dates F.u.. v* F 6. Ac.
C i. litJ
April -1860, 4

i_ [it .. . : ?,. L.10, assorted Casups,
1. .1- La. ..h Mo t a..] c...b...t eratu.., n
---1 .1....0. p.elat.1 mines. .. 11acita.-1. th-.-
0:. 0 luruse 13 L C.LLi.
Mar. 8.

Hermetically SealegL
SBORTED Meats, Ducks, Turkeys &+ &+
A a e. cas,


Meteorological. Observat
88P Monthly register of Meteoro
observations, for April 1860, f
sonianInstitutio -

ountof "OOBiht'8" RatEORGh,&G.Extermina- PIANO FORT
ain in tor.
hes and- "Cosi;ar'su EISTABLISHED IN 18
.. .r... .. .,,ts E:d-i>u Exterminator. ( [, ('liRill RS, liall%.

ER EISOffit POWapr, for In- it'llif I'.
see e. (Formerly Du is &;& dart"sand

0.025 ,, _g ., ,, ,_ u rbc Bitsic- H

f -- u -Fleas Cor. 8tInstreet as an lso
0.000 i .se.- NEW YORk ((11
i. ..dri 1 r 1 ..

motion guarant Ng B-&nic ra circular, with dee
Years establish. k City-used ,, a
.co .7 City Prison
tenme@ch 3. tiffEN 5.1Lt

.= l.... c.-and by mofe than 20 00 private fanti ni i. --r, r ,
........ lies, it 6 si-
0,000 Druggists and 1. .1 .. everwher sel ,, .. .
0 *Wholesale Agenta in fil the f., .
0 000 nd Towns ./ r

ATL tTt lifillio F COL
M 880 Film *"'1.
non .L 1 .. .r.....n .

11 PLVE HEGON -HANDED H r, M. D., Pr of Anato
P. M. PLINO. Jo si T. . ..r r,,...
PELY TO H J. OCHUS . v. .. ra. r as .
rhurs- IMay 10-1800. if w .. .. o ., [, ,
T. \ .. ...r
d Sat- -) ..

. and .- r .
THE two Story Stone house __ i. . .3,.,,
delivery Jr th lot ad kitchen spi .. t ar th
by Wm. REYES, to whom applicatior any be
o 5. made or at this office nearly opposite. 3 as her
April.28,-1860. If. r
.... Inc., tied
R 3 LECA tr NOTICE 8 . ., .. . .n. ofA
-------- Fee5t! ,

re NOTICE Matriculation ticket (taken -onceanl

ozn athlse eMoe, TN ternake applica t ug I required only onc
county for a final softlement, and for ray d Good I .. 1 ., 1, 1,,.1 4, 4 a 4 4 p
i..-, 1, ..., .. ... ( ,1, ., Far ......1?? ..r s...... . s ..
mind; Feb. 18. 1860. dmi s ix. Air sm. GA., March 31-1860

. II 811( Oil 6 10 lil2Fif5

ealth, IT ? .] 1 1 -, he Estate of Thos. 8- -


1,. < .. . ... Direction ot r
ope .:. ..

I ca 3 sw w

4 co 8 8 sw

7 es

TO | 72 Sw SE
11 So sw sw

14 73 73 Sw NE
15 73 80 Nw E
to 73 77 NF
17 8 *

76 78

-. L 08 SE NE
1 05 NE N
so 0 70s no Nw w N

Nort1 ern Mail closes saturdays at a
.aud Thursdays at 11 A. AT '
Southern Mail closesdo saturday and
dnys at 8 A. M. .
ux 1>1kittil be 11e on Thursdays a
., l.... 1.. J... .r. [\adat 12 M
sunday at 5 PC H.
Sunday the oilice will be open for d
0 om 7 to 0 A. li{.
OFFICS HOURS From 0 to 12 and 3 t

There is a secret; to dice I wonia impa

1, I ies tbelougbmy II st,
Loved one would thou bless die.

TVoildst thou be mino, ye ever mine
And sooth the tortures of an anxious
Give ew if oone e xna l ror part

(Ine s ilefromtheeis worth anine of w

1 . . .

TIMn iy thope such kind to
'to clieerw Ileari so nestly broken
Ch say then ay thouwilt be mino
And bless a leart already thine

I I,_ mwas a
al cannot see floe dearest mother;
I cannot see the world so bright;
rrheytellmenislightmlplea nt;
])ut to me ph all like nigly.

,,, ., 4, 7 deconse
d arere-
,inted to nake immediate very nesse to the un-
deisigned, . . .. chtimsagainst
8.--1 1 = 21y aumentica-

tnut2wid plead pres ribed by law, or this
I EE 1.h !., ij. I i:,
Feb. 11 1880. 8w Administratrix.

e 4
I'0 a

ALL me Furniture of 40 Ilooms removed
ed of a 10 e tae < .Rouse, will be dispos-
Ch:sisting of-40 Bedstends an sizes; so
LLatrasses; [Hair and moss;] 150 Fe:Ither Pil-
Tows; 40 Bu:e4us at 1 -., 20 Dining
'I'd asso ted; 15 I 0 12 hoz.
,it i(ix 01 L
sils; and an exten ive assortinent .11 1 .. 1 r
ap cudla es required in a 1 rge ii... I

May. 12-1880.


ALL1peraobasinteeres dint Ts teEofAlfe
., r ... ., .. 3.. a 1 a e

....a ohn County,
Florida; for leave to sell the r Real
tate of which said Toh W lie16d

1 o T 1 34

0 of T. 11 8.11 1 in the County f Soc and

}and 1. L I1 1 F. ..t it...
of sea. 12 T. 17 s. .. .vt the county of
11 .co as - 1 . 117 cited to. be

310f St. Johns op the tl on n ythe
October next to answer to the saidPitition,
GEQ. 111 iR1LLNKS,

April 14 1860, 8m.

1.. .r .. 5 n .... r >
,, ,: ..
I m n ..I .. ...

. .

10 f 2 t\n //he t
, as the said Board
to charge and receive
to to n ten a ngothest mr

,g ,, n1 be for the special
ar ..
I Jr be charged for


e rel wi 10 1 ts.
13eef Cattle per Head 8 cent#, (or anY
"" "
= .. u ... ... I 1 a- -ar.. .
.. ,co. It.- .. 2.. o ..'
L l il ittit -,
Pres. Boa2d County commissioners
St. John county,
P Se T1ufConditions and obligation, requir-
ed by the Boardcanbe kaown by application
to it sPresident-
- April l1--1860. 2m

4 ggg00 8110'
AT B. 5. CARR'S.

Oh! must it 1ways beso lonely ?
Always be so dark and drear?
Can I never see thee mother!
gnly thy sweet voice to hear?
Tis too hard! I cannot bear it!
. Must r 110:.1
Mugt I ..= .. ... -1. ... darkness?
3Rever the brightlight to find?

Georgie darling; my son Georgie,
There is light above the skies,
If my own dear boy would seek it*
It would gree hisblinded eyes.

b valon cuHudit

n 0 where ?

Yes! my darling, God will show thee
Where to find that holy light;
Only pray and love the Saviour,
And it willbe nolongernight

Then F11mourn no longer mothers
But Ill bow to God above, -

t 1 iI an en dark as 4

Sp oilutDeil.<.real..Isa nothis
brotherPerdinand inad run.; .21.1 v...i- ar-
rested at .Aihpossia, near Tortoes, at go
a'clock on the morning of the 21st. The
gendarmerie surrounded the house and,
after having vaitily demanded admittance'
one effected an entrance ,through Lt<
window. The pripoes were arrested! uud
declared themselves at the disposal of the

4 We havealt heaid of asking Edr breast

ad zon e si ee mast 10 a se
ed when he asks for a young lady's hand
and receives her father's foot.
$1 WIS11, Mr Sp6RIC61'J10presenta liquor
bill,' said a red-nosed member of a western
legislature 'You nqver present any other
End,' said a political opposed.
man, in our hearing, the other day, in a
print store, to thq proprietor, who was
turning oier some engravings, 'That, sir,'
saidthe dealer, 'is Joshila
the sun to stand still 'Du c.-li' YE 11-
which is Josh, and whichis his son?


Also, cn an.drtlef woon SEATWer, al qsh
tief;IIAI, HsKoer aondre SPRINGd MATTgeSES,'
lar.e lns sp i-:- rj ltNTR?
Jenny Llad and- eEeain Pst





nd Sple


ILL I I . . ?.1 aday
12, i.1- -li on
.(after the arriv
** 1 arriv2ng in sava
Wednesd m m s, connecting with

II .. Ln .. .. ra..
I *- '1-. L
th i Wording he travelling

ev S la or at a leo o
ing on the stint., touching at neauto
ton, Savaunah, Femandina, Jacksouvi
1 .. 3.,. 1,...3;., ... theSt. Jo

Agents at 1.11. --1 .. I.I. 1 ..
" Savannah--J. oks.
.1.. u-C Laf st6 &
N.- I- I. M. S


8|1,TRRY TRyl

(Formly II. P I)EGRAAP,)

,/ , j/,,,
...sking it one of the
A n*,- -..sTT LI8 NI T Li HP H
,as<1, IT...< 1 -1.?
r.- FL* astF.i-:..i- 'j. -,ri . ..
its... :.. .. consistsin part, of




_ ~ _ L~_~

____ __

i nn I.---11 urni. < I I.
1911sses Mather & Brovin w
an Thursday the 14thof October
for a session of ten months. Instructions will
begivinin English (including higher Mathe*
pt. Augustine Jn fr 28/1859.

Announce that having made great improve*
ments in the manufacture of Kerosene, they are
now enabled to offerit to the Traded
The'attention of custoineys is
calledto the subjoined table, It 1,,

you. expi sk

MertilaritS' HOffle



"le subsoritor br.vina hal on ris.. ral. well
known rar,4.fames its liond, r spe tfullyis inliarro u.-s brael pr.w.. r.<. I the
Elease, as swell as a .. Irmachns. pta 1.-: d..t he
Jun rhoreughly ty....r---i ish-1 rc 1-art..-1--.(1 it,
and roa4e n...r.; ch.r.g- a 1.1.. b -.II J.1 lo its
le...1f a F. 1.* (nj r is . .\ t r.1 th e
r.oc@,ri will bs- sp..i. I..n ri< p. 1 I.Intell
ora:..srance,49r-r.-tr.cits.:Ir-c. u lita-2
on ince pr

<.4. 10. 8m


e 4 *

La 1..:. less. (..sifans.01
or .p. ufr "B

.1; re. gree them in in 0.011 .1) e.
Jan. 7.

AT TOCOJ on the St. T.1...
n... (,-ty ......3., .. .... . 0
for rise ...... 1.... I i'.... 1-.,
1..ata .ms..1 u s.=1y furn--ra--A. Ir .s r it..- E., a
slate ..( II,, FI J. - a - e -- a .1 a *,as ?**..
]..t nt rue wrn.aun. I the I. mi. I.rse .. II ..u J
now c..ur.g c.,was u..l.4 c. 4 1- 1. ...r

I s y Ti I n .. .
turr..ns; I..... <.. un-
Applients for board will please a 1 1 .
J. W. SNOW T .. It

olkeelfi 1 .
I am i.evLa .(11. 1. 1 -11. I .. C)g-
see Brt-a-ly; ar. tr & ---- 1 .1 and
Pror eedurny at s a pme G it
the reach of all, under the name of< Aromatic
Schiedam.Scheapps, and to drive outof the
market the pernicious compound sold as Gin

0 oTei r .\ r I .. r...

p edt i ny

vT ,
was110cle.2 c us my to .. 1.
choices Brandy. to lie .u .t 1.
r at j r j
%"" '4" d re we f ad

h o n a o
it" e 2"
me g andTs G leab s

sw i. -lu ri od soul & ;%
r neau & so dn ot Ithas
been a tnatter of its ersal complaint, that a
bottleof pure, uninixed French Brandywas
very difficult to obtain, and the purchaser, nine
timesin ten,'was deceived with a vile manufac-
tured imitation. Of all description I r 1 1 cr
spirits, Brandyfromits high prn.. 1 L <
the one .article? ffat niixers and II 1. .
turned their attention to, and millions of gal-
loss of the so-callga Prench Brandy have been
scartqged annually through the land, and have
been the primary causeof murders, suicides,
crueltiesantl crimes, and have sent thousands
to an.early grave, self-destroyers, from delirum
tremens, mania-a-potu arid horrors, names un-
Li. -ri ...=.1 e.g..-r,.;g1..][.. c.1*-r to make
al:.11,.neragu.mpass.-1--an1-.11.1*. thepare
French Brandy. .
Thevirtuesof pure Inr r. i ..-,25 r... Jr .,
be told by me. They a or w r. .1 ... I,. .
the world as a medicme or mild stimulant. It
seastheFrene nation qtical 0 h' u
to it only when pure and unadulterated. Man-
afactured with thefearfillingiedients that make
n n(nitationd becomes a death drink2to
""$15"'f"iffil 'E ."'""""\"";
#.11, = abussi#" says .- .r..r..J.1 "61 am
.1, ly rewer.rag order at ar, II,. .]r..ggsII9bGJ
ap interic ,n all parr- I its- E a.. r., is sell .t

gents n New rkaget: E. J. Hart &
.. :m

UST 2,.1. rged f. .ca B.-i. aid. el;.. I.. m New

vi'"Not.'A':s fi cti'wid,'.Co'"""
Crackers. B. E. CARR

8gliff FIOllf.
ARRANTED White tra for Family use
r le df< Ikmffy ast EBaC R&e.

HOICE bunch Rai .
Dates, assorted P sCpjtron, Cupants,
11 PAPN tsA Pl uata, i ry
Jan. 21. a B. E. CARR.

Indeleble Ink*
LACK sidRedlitk. Letter, Note and Sta-
a tionery.


.. I ., an ap
r ng to t e ,
Government surveys containing 1,185.94-100,(4
acres. The whole of said tract hay been here.
tofore assessed to Wm. Travers.
A. D. ROGERO, ShifAEx-off Tax.
Ass r & Collector St. Johns County.

e 0

for the year 18 9, b tl n

The 4 sale is for the pm pose .. -

TAX t'OL[ Ty@' ALE.-
TILLte...H't Ma c Eisasse I
E EE fles .r due M.r..J.4of
r r .,r .r

t ri t rr in
.. c. .. I ., J ..t New
r c .... N r, .r... As lands
IL la .za e. [ r r: st,. rear, li'est by

Tnk Collector of Volusia County.
The above sales for the purpose of perfect.
Nov. 12 P. B. DUM.g, Agent,
151 (P RORify
44 1 99
/ ....r II. Troy Coache Cania gend Light
0 u. w 4 sever
SAVANNAH Steamers.
.Conveyances always in readiness awaiting ar-
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time, 8 hours*
Arrivals and Depax o m Charleston twice
a week-Everglade, via Savannah. Carolli
And Savannah-- 8 .aJ 1 St. Mar 's; inhan
direet.. And Enterprize, up the River Va-
lathasteamerDarlington, Saturdays-
N. 11ENRY, Propractor,
St. Augustine.
plag lysta.11-ic'C COMEAlY,

$200 000.

Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, failed,:on application to
98 Pearl Street, N. Y.
Keros is also to be obtained at the Man.
Trfachre Price no allChem eweYo id1 Juo

ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealers m Lamps.
y A.-KElf OSENE is the trade.
mark of the ferosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cautioned against using the
said trade-weark for other rods.
) Oct. 15. 8
TAKEN up and committed to jail
in St. Johns countyas arunaway
about 50 years of age, of yellow.
ish complexion 5 feet L) inches
I igh. Says his name in Jack. He is clothedin
bh homlespunpunta us nd ingged ne



Mir Call at the new Store under the Ma-
sonie Lodge opened by HERTZ, if you

e y i1 Pud ti 11ttTel athe Gio-
xaman coux,
ARINA, Corn Starch, Lemons, Graham
Powd ac 15MobTap oc Maccaroul, Yeast
Jan.21. L I CAltR.

e g

THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constantly
oh hader, and for sale, liquors of the
following Brands: Old Q. O. V P.
London Dock Brandy, vintage 1848,
Black. L .ia 1, I up i_, a.: 1 ..1.. .,
Sous' ., .. r...1. I u. Le..u,. 1 .1- ** a--
key, a 0....1 .t,, Es. its.......
Ameri n .u. E u.. .4 i. is .co. *.10. i.e. .,,.
ra..1. P-1...J.... a at --- Ri..,, is ...
I >.. c : 11 . I al.. L...r to .t, J to
bl..... .c. L. rs: a.,J L..---- ..I L
Porter.C.40,*,- ve
ton's Bitters, Orgest &c. do.
Eel; 5.

1HOICE CLARL T, Cider, Ale, Porter
Lemon Syrup, Itaspberry Vinegar, Gin
ger Wine. Cherry Brandy. E. CAliR.

y**.Li .I. .. i...r.. us, 41suirro
Is....r in It sq
inn 6 D E CAlift
,,IX, iluma.,

er allevring, odfash, Anchovinrd. z

RAH1LTI Orackers, Indian Corn, Corn
R estarch.11.: *.'al !.=1 SagoTapioea,
Flour, 1... tc...) .,y ., g., Cheese, Mac-
n ermicelli, JautificaGingjE. CARR.

and the public generally, thathe is always
P ie are om 5m e d n s
the most fashionable Goods, such as up. ...
Trench black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
Skin, and Facy Cassimers, Vestings, Nek
Ties, &c.
AU orders executed in the best style of work-
unailship, for cash only.

C t tc be eg tOb F EiT&c.
Dried Fruits &c. B. E CARR.
Oct. 15

ARDINES, Anchores, Copros Olives,

April 14-1800, B. 5, CARR,

1 'LL1 108 5 Ai.E ,
rit I(3.. .il .q r.v .r el., .. .1u.
ge -i F.. 7 r. E er .e ....un ll..,.::.. cl.*
at tr .t..g.ner... 1...= .II.3r.,sag preprry ..r
800827 BPICCIFIC ru La ra L. II [.. it.. **1.11, rues.J.:. uniW
SANCHEP 2* Perers. .Ju- U.vie..h is*, use it ni
MEM'BPECIFI 180 E b.:sre.I ,11ru L..r.Rrisia si,
gamagg, is : up.3.. . Lots .. g en er ..I I.s..-1 a us e; '"
SANGBliP SPECIFIC. 12; I ..IL .r rd ut ].. gr..I. ? N,>nk al bi
Housi-G.:. uu3rd .... 0.. .\...(ii. t.,, Irace a
Hannah smith, R. P. Sanchez and publielauda,
ut an a by Cdbpi 11}n ,adandBSp b 2
r I I 6 t 29 E d di h

Oi$ 270 NOW *YOrk.
flOfAl., 0*, 180 e..ilBROADIV.4Yraco
-, r t. ? .Yidolas Iloses.
The Stereoscope is the most in-
teresting, entertainmg, amusing, and posing
oft ee eit I rue.n. .o.eld, none too
intelligent, none tpo uneducated, to achzidwl
ledgeits worth and beauty.
No home is complete withosyt it, and it must
an4 will penetrate everywhere.
It presents to your view every pa t of the
w rldL in 11 he lief, lwl nas, p. - I c. ri .*.

".r. n.p ar. her .sy.I..rung
c. r! 1 1. c.r 0 It rhi

. Fra H. n .

. .n j lu
I r. .1 Palace, Churshed. ord
.* neelou se, on 11. et
I nared gle enountants
,th one:
1 .ve in roa drab m to e 4
. .,,.. .gl...>. 31 rorisinger .
.. .Ir la n, carsN.
r{ r/ ... I...ul 1.0.1 I the p. u
Antho21y Instantaneous Stereescope Views
... .... 1 r ) ....... .,,pt... Ti=gy use
1.1 .r.r I .....ig .rs .1..-. .r.2 us1....<-
1 ** 1 = 1= ***^J.,r.J.....r. ripe..s .r had
a ** ** '. -1 I'm (* on
..... ... ... .. to uses.:,..I a..n nr..m..aure .*
.1I-it..*..hs. .-s!HisGod%.=.It0 11.* p..-
cegg is a discitzery of our own, and being nu-
known.m Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneouq
views oe American life and seenery.
., .. .11: 1. .1
r, ..r. .. I ,n -ni ...) II.. 1 ..ul. Of t1
will be found in our catalogue.
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
$. It
ch it b t
, and a p tures as I ey may request, son by
;rne, (without instrument) can be
arti h really valuable in the line that comes out, may
seindus heir names to place nurecord, nd we
Alon of leisure el find Photography a most
n la nt and leligl ful amu emen; rWe ar5
necessary .. ... r--al.r. .el. In-
structions -- --1.*! --to
... . 1. ..graphis


of Negative
Alar 3. 4m.
L .. I 1. La 11. LI ". 4

0 0 LDPE 01 LS

60 LD L0 01E T8!

For $ O!
wpnan non son on ea.oo.
FTEI) Two Years'proiitable experiencein
..... present mode of disposlug of our Jew-
-* and from the universal satisfaction
en to an who have patronized our house,
I. .ca e.g.r 0...
is 1 1 11- 1 ** I n, a
but a fair and legitimate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the value of his or her money in
each, which a.=.t r be r--..gisr .* e-=.; .msell uI. to
for the same1... se, a .= ..1..... v. ... n,
chaseeachpersonreceives aPremiumof
SS, 5, 8, 10,}5, 20, 30, 50, or even $800!
is 1- 1 r 6 1 .That Pr. -
L j al ru .mp
address, stating whether they want the Pencil
dP or Lock and we will make their

-- 9
.0 I fier..16 in lb 150
I.ein. ...a. cle

", " ".corn -
.v .r eding us ?. 1. r .ur goods will
re-, so.ur.i.e..rarr....umori.oes..
eLand Premium, free.
orit sportionizasonatoravenonanaren,9
11-*0< ..a Fr-n.rune at a.Lielessonabit ia> commen. ..m.,
Gentlemen's Gold and Bilver Watab-
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chams,
Gold Bleeve Buttons, Gold
Go I hirtarf8tu a sin stan G r

Pins, Gold Rings, &0. &e.
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosaic, Gold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins
and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve
{ B1t 3 des, a & ing e.
r ftic res r, nose pren whenever
rr J.
N. B.-In sending your names, write the
State, Canary ung T.n.- Pi=*'I.v,.0 as to avoid
letters to .0,; a me ANGLE & CO

102 CANAL :iiB El T.JN OK


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It@ LESS 12 .


Oflices-23 BOAWA,


Thiscomracy in nuitain Merchan-

"fo p ; ; ..
n Silia'iside d.

w av,' yVice Presidept.
Agent, St. Augustine.

.. .. p so 1 / ii -Ir .... old friends
.. I r ..[, e.i, I -. :..0as county a
.3.3 ........ .. rsi,,, 3 winterdry
.... or cityac.
ep an es i y and ninety days credit with
., . orders froni my coun y
on !, .-,ii ,
.. .. .
: .. r -.1,, .,
.0 .. r
.. o


.In -,,rrr 1
ib, .1
all. us .


001 ASSqfthlelli




0.1. 1.75pereal.
12 1-3,,
e Pr. 10 per Ib.
Steam- do. 11 e4r lb.
o 31 oe{ $1, 'lb.
Eldespm n ar lb.

For sale in St. Aspstine ly
April 14-1860.
TO Y8 I fiYS I /
A larg v fety of Toys for thT K 1 da

o 0

a Every Drugpt and nee ercitannonishouldmk
pro At accrue from its sales, but as an act of
o midinue nuani .estIto 11bo
For salein St. Alsp..r a bar .
gg ~


0186d RS 10 RP.


dicine in the world.

I 0 0, 000 packages

abld in Georgia aind

OHill CRPoliflR ill.

()(ly 8 8 ggggd @,

4 10

CU PO, ( fff lit ?

ORSO Of Dysy epsta,

Jaundice Genent

I.j* UI d y, apha

dOD, Gilg'OBIO 187-
G id din ess
9 9

Dep essed Spirits,
OSS Of Appetite,

Back.-it is specid-

1y ada p ted to Fe-
male complaints; it

prO(lHOOS (#UR(;[,.

7 9 97111 8 FO'
^ "
Inales of a '(hts and
rw 1L
)RI'0 JFIS.Itil .

Ever invalid

Ould try one

a .
868 Eroadway, New York.
.For sk in St. Augustine by
April 14-1860.

EGETABLES, Peas, Corn, &0. &c.

April 14-1860. B. E. CARR, .

13..E. CARE,

April 144--1860.


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