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: June 9, 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: VID00196
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MATTHIAS R. ANDitkU.
PROPRIETOR.

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True Relation of the toil which the abundant .agd good f....n Cassi rhiqu... to the goverybr afWr tendering his services be put us..J.. ...al.3 ..1.3 lia..u, r...r lord we 1.. [- -
Adislattledo Don Hernando de thath platt aiid ibonee ..r.' ani in ..r t..-, to hift) dtfd 'they had exchanged comply they could not go I without giving went ice it!" b it an. as a rr ing
Botoandsoineinnights pf Poitugal Provinecaasarealsoivulnutsundtheplums; mentsaridOFereof ?,1..].'dp. o.5asked .himaguideandLa. t..rcarryingloads, town of theCL' *,nawril theme oT the
underwentin the1)iseovery ofFlor- the trees growing about are :the colantry by him if he had am ...s....s .E..rs ..ta >iah "ril th. s;, is men b J ars;n.1 st.ace he of the c que as abuse ca the rawns
445, nowjust made by at Adalgo4 of w ith***ar pines or pruning of the size land: to which he n .4 me..c..sed T E:. Its 4 : "cd 19 s:0sun- d EU *} (150 F*1*,! Its OVOTD01p a [Ir n had risi019. Thus
: -Elves, and luxuriance such asithey would have towards the north:here use. nI r.:...o.... ( ....au thinha, and so Ist- c.2,c. those many diremon rcur sprans so >.1
rh... u.r cull..ur..4 .rs orchards 1.1 b .....1.4 IN.,,. God sha a 1..<:.. r .. U.cre ( :ut (a its Pr.. is ..f Ci.,<.. I.r or man* Ining
.,,,.,,,,,.mar savastics. **- ** us... i.e..;n ear....aus .... c.. -sm,...-,,,,, ... .... ., b.t ..t am one.ea na.,, ne w.. akenwbn were puc
he- run bd 100 Jase II.r.. a .1. .[. 1,.. r..r .c; e. usu.E. b. but oJ & ** .< use ly.J.1ra. In thr r and 10 gn.uch learru they

DiscoveryofFlorida, 27, '1. n.' 1 ey c.Imd; wore e....1 i.e.ui at. On...gu.. U. b. c.0 ca thr i,,.t he on Cur us c. --. ( -:1 itidae nod and, e. or .t were p.mst.1,-
isi L\fioN OF THE i'll.itelfa.TIES .\TH0- In- a wr..] ina, a,1,r., st.,,-, a .. u here .. Is:) e.. -r .an, a 1..0- bt it was imp..-suble II fibrious at I th.: Chief. Wh-=2
daragu...O....co D. I.H., usu.2 as .:.1 .. ra . +.0, u..........:r Inu.9.-IE, he U.ads and ha L thur sir. :-Lid t.) la bare s "iSffi als list dirdle..*u. ha 150 IDutte U. phe br e.>, the
htt-wsset te .. rtI su 01.0 ;s e..t oby so... 1, .,r..ip.ss.. au u nd L IIr 0 As its.: unt 0 v ug in cd el*I*Ic; o ne 1. unisas, To" .1 .-0 1.0
ru ... . ., .. ,,u... y as .Jul. us, Ge.<< n...r a p e.g. .3 bould Le k. n h..sus toac n kingto th- tr <<.use-


hun 1.tput d Es-r. I La. ar ,r.1 assad- p plc I.ods*Ir i dem which as ob del ar..I mics of th,.s us.. h.d Ill la an
j*,.nerful as .1 .: F:Lilent blaster: I .=1.1 t so ....v.Jud .,, rliale let a tr.* si .: la -1 r. 11 rir like la ..Lar, e is LuELa sh's a ag gi Wilb then in
CHAP IL 11 PC in-, a l',e Guy ru .r I'orruuar.. Jun L IL...r ...0 .7.11 usal n .all L. In. -- rls 11.1. su...vi of "ul.>[ twit a..--.1 a II.- ..r...- 1 the ris au... W.1 Liase 1.. Ins (ty bural.eles and the 4.Iuth-
Mr.[Ir if I.ullaust .al 1.1 (plot =:1 I'., ,,gp., .,its....s s'....11.1''r *11' '..ul.J war.1.-Albroupin th... Is. .. On *p .4 4. .. Law .La Main."l. Gil W.:rs. I.ad if
,,,4 gr what utense ,, ten...:.r, ti., p..taling, .us. 11..I sc.ul.J ps...do..o ... r..,r ... .r.r I ..3 OJ 1 r.el... 11.s..Is la.. c.;uld us...re lure b e .0 fr: 3 J 1.* .u. If
(Ju Lim 1,1511d du at it ag lin*. (Junestaul aidesb ut BluGL i allould la 6 navis. '411 4 -ily [t ie r | n, ada ms who jiduW the hill BEIMI the done agg ghg ,*A.
4titept from Unduchiqui, and it'being dis- Guuxulle you sent t< have maise for you in country and langliage of Chisca he seat 'The Chris as left Coste theat i.da at ricanst
covered that theyish, of the Oneica was to readiness to last two months: you have in twoubersuans thither to view it whom he ly ig e The ur..acarrianate war..hes latelfr re-enp.
leave ute Obristians if she could giving this town twenty 1.1. us...*.- full of thb 1told that he would wait their return and Onesque had come from the town to meet the tured from the slavers and taken to Key
them ineither guides por tamenses because ,choicest arid the .. II 12-. I...un.J in all this for what they should say at Chiaha. Governor on the road and made hits this West, are said to desire reside me. link ..s
of the outr <..-<.1.10...1 upon the inha- country. If the reception I make is not Annotations, speech. to be returned to the land at 1..ces liam
bitants, ll.. I ...... I .I.ag to be men of n...Elly ofso great a prince consider my BAAAcoA, MAzz, TAMEME, PETADA, Excellent greit truster, which they were taken, and rc ere clus .are
low degree inuong the many who will put ,. ua. which will relicave me of blaine, au I are words used in this narrative derived obWorthy are you of being served and at all tunes in danger of being again seized
the lives of theinselves and others in jeo- receive my good will, which with true from Indian tongues, and recognized in eyed by all the princes of the world since by.che native chiefs and once more ship-
pardy for some n can intgreat, the Over I .It., and pure aball ever be shown the Spanish. "Barbacon," of which we by the face one may Judge far of the inner ped on board'long, low, Black Republican
nor ordued that she should be pher.*d an .. .,II st... bo shows in all things that con- have not the elements, idfrom the Yucayo> o oe Cub erthat nks le.atid schoonersfrom New England, to be ofowd-
0-* -. .1< ,..0.* 1..-, with Lau 11.= to cerix your interest. and its simplest signification appears to be your p g ed and cramm,.J so use narrow hold with
10. L . sa. '. **.s, a proper return The Governor answered him that his seaffolding taxsed on posts, such as was the wish not to draw the consequence to attest as little regard to their pereunal comfort as
for the hospitable welicome he bad .....mis....I .1 la ....3 uis kindness pleased him greatly "arrangement made for burning Ortiz men the lowliness in which I-stand before.you if they were so many punoheous of .rum or
makes true the adyge-For well do..sus -- at 1 sis a he should ever consider Inus as a tioned in Chapter IX a crib such as used that my poor services may be acceptable hogsheads of molassps. To employ the
and thub was she carriedawayon id6c n111. for.rin.r There was abundance of lard in for star ng of the crop, or a staging put up ad nSeeables me where the ability faild Colonization Society totakecharge of them,
her fe>ugle slaves. ,This brought strason .: Jat...b..s drawn lille olive oil: theinhabi- in fields whereon the natives watched that onld a praised inste d and re- is ene project; to colonize them after the
in all the plates that were passed, sk<- or our- -e..3 it has the fat of besi: There birds should noti carry away the grain, ceived. Hence I dare to Ask let that onlY British Fashion another; to set them to
during the indians to come and tA-- TY.-: .. = bl. 0 sofdfind much *oil of walnuts Froth is, abro...'s the Spanish, contest the beby you regarded and consider in what work raising cotton and rice for our. own
loads from town to town. We tray- which like the lard' was clear and of good word na..,'tia 10aglidh barbecuee," and, you w ll commana we here in your coun- agriculturists another; and then, to take
eled through her territories a hundred taste, and also *n honeybomb which the perhaps, the word "buennier," throngit tr he Govei*ncli* skisWered Usat his d =. leagues in which accordia; ab al. I't.;sib..i had ns-.. r s...-.. L 1..... ., .s -.i. the French "Maiz" belongs also to the trade.
i.n"t;",W:::: 't. ;;90::::::Ms:U.;"""" ::s me.;}=2;,f 4::.@;?;;"i'"ofit""thusunmAn hecrTi 1nae afda a
-way it....o ll,.. ank 1 she as not of a river and seated near one of thorn. the desceDdattB oiahe Spaniards in Mexi earth: that he would always by him be cruisers in the neighborhood of Cuba, and
th. 2..rd..,-,l...t .. .....I i... ....1..3,,.,,.. Above it at the distance of two crossbow co, is hain elemama or tlumeme in the treatedasatruebrother, favoredadesteem- the bill reported in the Senate for building
to 1,< r 1..p.g, I...r ex..un.A' i t"' < I as shot the water divided and umfed again a illeslean languagerproper, signifying porter ed. The'Cacique ordered provision to be seven additionalatenni stoops-ol War to aid
-0li mi par....j.... o narn a .u in al e....e.) league below. The vale between from side or carrier of leads on the back. "Petaea,, brought for the use of two days the time in the same purpose, ihdieute a bona jide
u o ralu., a me. ..... areast as to side was the width in places of a cross is likewise from tbo Mexicau, a corruption the Governor should be present and on intention to break up the slave unde. Ju
.. ,.. ..r I.,.. ..1,, ......J. r. a ..co bow shot in others of two. The branches of yette calli cane-house, a word in general his going gave him the use of two men and the meantime, the GooHe stro<.mes, com-
1, .1 L. ... si -.,nr s....>. 11 a ., is us. were very wide, and both were forduble: use all over Spanish America for cigar- four women that were wanted to carry bur pace,] ,;,;, gg,;..b the dart. -t busier:- ca'
with from the necedity othaving some one along theirgisures were very rich mentio1v cash or other box made of raas. thens. They traveled six days -passing by she .11..,:.usiase [.2.30 afe studue us..come,
whereby to understand whattue ludians lands having many maize fields. As th' L THE ACCOUNTgiven pl the 8157011 Of mally townesubject to the camque of Cocui ..... not c an.,:cunaud to passed ania...ur.
paid. 10 sevey day ,1,,. C.vein. a arrived Indians remained .at homa no houses Sot by his rivate secret ry (see Oviedo) andus they entered those terr tor:es.au the ,, t--Israpt.,n, L*GE L**d last LU HaurealE*. ha t's
ist tbo Profinee at 0 .1.4< us. country were taken save those of tize chief in Guazale or GPumulle is spelled Goasili; and .part'of the Cacique many ina-Jba.,- tar.>.2.1.1 All** ** If **1- *Lu=mi--'-is A wk. E.I.iy-

on II.m.H. ..lu-a. rs.. s............r. subtibled liked... I ',.. ..:. La .. ..4.p.e...] su.-...in.; 0,. .. as...s states., L. ..ug la...s .2v.mm i x... :..ur,.- or..t*, inan.g. urax. 2r...an-a is.1pe.ray of ne:rah ana Ala..a.
.. u,.. ..,. s offplhifts that tiny dig in the shelter, each man having I .- .- to ti" oven sub:n by the chief many tamemes, el., r......1 ar I.....:. Is. J.; al.< er .s must or em abolitionism cannot be found than in
..).2, 3.... the suitunis they destroy there manner the army lay, the men out of or such maizeundmany little dogs, that they July. /The 0acique came out to receive theirostentatiousdemonastativeness against
c..r1. . .. arrows. They arevery gaines- der and far apart. The Governor passed.it would say at a favorable throw of dice it him the distance of two crossbow shot she enalavement of Africa, and their total
tic peop e, are slight of form and go linked. over as the lusians were peacolul sal tik house of Giturali" in recollection from the town in a litter borne on the want of all sympathy, in the debasing ad
Utab lor agght the Governor two deer the weathervery calin: the people .....ul ci the lackethat took them there; an al- shoulders of his principal men sented on a y,4,,,,us <...I.so... at ..r men of their own
skiptics a gious gifts Turkeys were abuu- have suffered greatly had they been re- most necessary change in the name follow- eush8ion a coeverseed wilth a mantle of mar *.I..r, uses ni > 6.*, .erer been alaves in
dant: in we town tl ey presented seven quired to do diffelently. The nurses ar- ing, (if indeed it took place) &spelledulike shawl his head he wopre a diadencof their own country, and whose sentiments
hundred, and in others brought him what rived so orn out that they could not bear in all the other narratives, to one so near1v : on and scusibilties are quite as refined and
they had and could procure. He was de- their riders from weakness; f... lia.; LJ like and more tamed tu going front 0.is Province to that come all the way living on .all.. sus.. Guasubor Gazal borneby a tribe of Ber- tenants playing upon utes an singuag. agg
of Xtialla live days where they found little traveling hungered and tired even frwn be scriscos of the coast of Africa who had al- Corning to where the Governor was he
grain but remained two days because of the yond the.deson of Ocute; so, as the greger ready given it, to a town of ,Lg made his obeisance and followed it by these Tax ORIGIN Ol? "FAUL PRY. '-The
'hear ness of th' o Ocand ttohe lea1nae a par of them w re unfit tirhe riddm2 even Peuinsula they done guard are one hundred and thirty" leagues of were turned ouvat night to graze about a los Guasules,( 11e c d du)1 of the earth: is not, perhaps, generally haunt. -TL= au.
which eighty are desert) from Cutifa to quarter of a league from -the camp. The whence lu sr the to ab ) tC fromas a Although I come but now to meet you sortiction was suggested to the surh.;r au
Xuulia are two hundred and fifty of moun- Ohristixtus were greatly exposed, for*i at fambiar la of :1,. it is a long t me since I have received you following manner? An old lady, living in
tainous country, thence to Guagulo the the time ttub[ndians had set upon ra .... n ... un a uguage . any heart, which was done the first day a narrow street, had passed so touch of her

4 nso e it hOn 3 woudal are beeni j son 3 e so- Uti vrat XVI. 'Of how the Il eard you, andd with so grecaosnjst ee@ tune in watching the afairs of her neigh.
the Governor biqlight with him as has journ there was thirty day in which -..... Chia denot e undaarian Acoste that this whieh I express is nothing ni bors, that she acquired the power of distin.
been stated, to the end ..f 10. l.c her to the soil being covered with verdure (1 d by his address, of what occurred comparison with what is within me. Of quishing the soundof every knocker within
Gunxule the farthest 1:;. st of I..:r terri- horses fastened. At the departure, in con- of its on the route, and of how he came ..2 ca, 1.. su.... ( ..t toulave received hearing. She fell.ill, and was confined to
stories, conductedonedaybyla rslaw-als.. sequenceof the insportunityof some who 0' 1.-3..aun n.:.10.. ...11wo avern' her bed Unable.to sh ree it,
left the road with an excuse ...I g...II. .ur... wayted more than was in" reason, the Gov 11 n the Governor had determined to terested memo greatly as the sightof you' what was rg g.e.aun
a thicket where deceiving them she con- ernorvished thirty women of the chief for cla C 1 nor would I have helfl it, for so great a fe- pm; ..r, ni on she Maritrued
called herself so that tholigh'they searched slaves who replied that he would con- ve from Chiaha towar ,be ste Lie sen lieity. Do not look for me to offer you her niaid at the window as asubstitu$ for
for her she could not be found. She took for with his principal men: when one wit j~dehoured toooe, s lear reijiv g that which is your own; this person, these the performance of that duty. '8etry,
with her a box of cane like a trunk, called night before giving au am a... ..11 .....au off some slaves as a ift which pleased him. lands, these subjects. I only desire to em- what are you thinking about? Don't you
petaca, full of unbored pearls of which from tbo town with their r on u mad whil- In seven days thcFjourney was concluded. oy me in commanding b httpeople that hearts J..rd-le La....;k at N 07 11'ts., rent?"

ly rem ry isn2 tue indascarol ream Ontheseventhdayof July the camp a" t ad were carriadfor her by one of the women, Uncique arrived and appr...a she ..3- E" '"'"ux us es.s w a men tivity of voices and with flutes where you th tr,\ I 1.J..elore I must give you warn.
and the Governor not to give offelice per- dressed hina. . .0 ... a t e'stra at dwere the will be lodged and waited upon by meand ing.' Why adn'i you tell me what that
witted it so, thinking the in Guaxule he Powerful lordi or iveod in J.uil a1..m., where all I possess you wdleedo as knock is atNo. 54 ?" **ll t y, L.rJ, ma sus
would ask them of er when he should Because of my hause read of fear of wi greit ad 1. While they we wal yeour own, and in usu.. do ag I etail it is only the baker ahp 3." **Plus,
2 e rm as to dep rt r 1 0 i 0 e fantry we into wit ema a t fa t t w e n od e b n rith pies at


A taun unu usinan.... In 6, n, r. o .1 I beer cooberyduga e ndrians A N2:w Ass 3 u in or York

""I id a n .au a hk n a n mpe in 0 lu.-wherein- the generalandhis Heraldsays n J. is tinhalaw.speece,

:2 :ax took ing et'e- a aero vr it r 3 La a
on with him back to the camp. They over- of use does not man r 5. this I heat n on ry, 7 o
took the Governor after a journey of flfty country in my pl. c acar st I enuall b uf ma- 112 large towns with fields t...meen e xces.ily rn a .1 cata..o.,, fri che le moreau
leagues in a Province called Chiaha and ture age. 11 p.u would }..>.--0-. ad punish roon t pm from one to another, was pl.. .iant and b .r to a.-rte ..rd> me.-*rrrce.ed can-
reported that the Cadca redainedin Xualls them for disobedience I will be your guide, so pe a rich soil with fair river margins. e- ns.... ..m.,rms:
with a share of Andre' de Vascencelos ainee my fate as present forbidai me .J..ius L. hip na$ure clear and In the woo were, many am reas ad
wifowouldnotcome.withhim, andthatic more 1.1 eg and the worse that it thoseofspainashe e country e FLORIDAANDCCELTELEQATAPI -flag

'"'TE'""'" lived together noa TheGovernortling withthirtymounted grievedhimanludanshouldpreauineeither sh ex an li ewuti &that rres .Diariodela.Vareara, of the 19th, says
and w and were to go together to Cuti- men and as many footmens..ut la -r sen se with or without cause to offer any indigni~ on low vines elsewhere; the berr besag that the firm or 111= ise3. allara Brothers ,h
fathful. At the end offlve days the Gov- the people. Passing by Elan t..nes *I ty to a Christiaqi he seized a stave and I and sweet, bg*, for want of hoeire: Navarroin New York, have wear to this
ernor arrived at Guazulle. Tho Qhristians some of the chiefs who had .... c r:....k part with the assailants agAinst his argedressin had hirgestones. It was 1 E. did'st 0 8, >ua lawarded to them
being seen going after dogs for their itesh away he out down and destroyed tr.: uses people, which widi, ir g...a .....nfida.x.- practice to keep Atoh over the caciq n from Ca la Key 01.....1., on the"th inee,
which the Indmans do not eat, they gave great mulse fields; and going along up the directly he sent an ,.ea (1.7 so use that none should absent themselves to L 1.=- .:-:ur or the so..ape.y. 1.. us.acy 1.0
them three hundred of those animals. Lit- stream where thenativey were oq an Islet camp that armed men should approam the were taken along by the Govers.. 1L **1 1.22 utting up say ..IE.6 and E.I..
tle make was there or anywhere upon that to whidi the cavalry count not gr. he sent whcie he was, then t kisty the chief by 1 of their territories for t. 4.'= st man he..; these are only twelve
route. The Ovvernor see a native thence word to them by an lu anu I .au they the hand ag0 i.,; 1,:. lairc. in kind Words on mg 01 In the inhabitant woull adks ...r she ru.Iro.J (no w-u.sing to con-
witha message to the cacique of Chiaha should return to their abodes putting away drew hisix 1.0, e...m. p..., begging that he would order some make all theiV feart and give him camenses a from the town out into an open road in Indies to bear the loads and who oreleav- It is tobe hoped that the telegraph will
to be brought together at his town that be had been dous all the way along since he sight of the eneanipment there cautiously ing their country would isave liberty to re- 1--: abortly a owlete c... Key if< and so
might sojourn there sometime. He left did not wish to have women is.=ase, 10. this Christiansisewed aid by degrees aut' turn to their homesses sometimes would pa 1. s.... .:,.ud. ...-'.. ca or he has the
Guanileandaftertwo days-travel hear- weresodeartothem.- 'theludu=uptude 1 roundedthem. In thinuanuar they was thetlarnemessa sooansthey came to the '***,so .ca

rivte at 3n na e twent menqcadule the ell to com2nd mitotkhei etxcus 4 conducted within the tents; when neat domain ot ag shief where others could be a of us na. a to up
with abasket of mulberries. This fruit is JLoacique of Aooste who camq there to see his anargaieq the qqvernor orded that to had. The people of Goos seeing they ger, SS#inal.


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CHEAP GOODS.

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the receipt of a flue assortment of Spring and
Bummer Goods selectoAsspeakuy in accordance
arith the good taste of thip market askit will
2.er. "r3she t new xi he
wiU boo pleasure to show the goods. Call and
see,
Also
fineFamilyQroceriesFreshanddailyreceived.
May 21. J. E. MEDDOUGH.

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We a I da 1 o namd A mn wh quoes a ocumnt,4snot i nt a arj6 ; nd hoe vet shq forulaor di Rom invet B Doe not W" 1.101 th eve
gentlman or ppers and pamhly ecesar e ~m 1orf s exoty p." Sand t st-, sys or th -/ 1Pjl 2nralefIndoeoxe tlie otesandtare nitl onbe te
copyof te poceeing of he ate eny en n Serne aleadyshon tobe lu~nn >rGou oeAS Or 1100, EECK n~afou purortng t bethatempoyedor is lnguge, hanwe wuldstea hi
crutc coyouton t. Carletona bdy o genineauteati Docixtnt, sed I~anaEcalld togivetesimon,, i theby he Curchof ome n th Midle urse Loo at im-e spaks:"Wh
t..o.. ie...s prmise butof mst isign- byPapa Prists undrds o ye~a mater f a eedalleed t hav bee Age. Whrekpn, te Afndean Utra-did ot "" gie usus etrac fro one
Evnt rsult Mr.31.0s..m poninue befrehi~addtionlprofofhis fabrcate~ingeyea 18 Theit. ontae~orJesut, aper p'ontedwithofthse~hholi Jounalsn th ll:t..
ST. A~lasTNE, FORID his xertins inWebye at he litpre-s offrom oman atholo wrters. pess es~ifes aso v .. .. or .1 dou- grat gle to he fot tht thee jounalsState whic call thePope' Govenmen
RATURIAY~alibE91440 thcitiznsof he Stte, whch wil r g~wron----Pa ndge e frast mC source ud asit em a arba benthevctiu-.1 ,, s. ...a' he in b'uopredreludine -
lie uapprciatd bythos thu sere ~ tistwo hird of }Vs aticl, we curius -f...I maean xo tesp=,-hee .5 hapte ... libar 1' ou reaers uessit." We hd no sai

asy-one Insr Le 1.int....\ C n henothav thep. Jirraks gven Teclf lbi o el.. itis Itu, se yo nota -*,. e..." y. Lghl," pdcld tu .i .. *... ur IR ne ord bou "Ctholc Jurnae i th
stal ..tisr.,.-r.re s a~ur -r==" to he Satefora C lleg, fr w ich thd Dd S ... ..1' sub..ol.." Vic Prsidet, omesor of heeti?- ho culd recive s athletic pnor o U ite Staes. asconemnig te P pe
aroun~weI~s~un,*anam n... .." L saturofth Stae ha askd am thefhno ai:.-m~u .a** .tr a..1 n Jut lke tis~i PW'" grnd rjoiner mnifstly idiofonsnd flsifed? "W's Goerisnent Ourasgngecaluseak
so,4ng ass ..s~tarras mad.....:-= 8 1.1 g Tistrst he.;, L,-: .ul.:r : o acumuatig tstimny rom he irst "tisueof fdacobusand abstrdiies" ig o hisGovrnmet, oulld.) ma
see. *4 ad agin. e wo 4 wi g., as n 2. t no~tere'sway t inelate gy hy |histrian <-Potesatal" Wort 1, rl, And ow,"saysthe A nde "ho canor- s of -;. (1, w..rr Gu..cr o n e. urop
N b thisact. apa C preh?' "Al para brasig"-W h t -1.11 ga s of gL.1;. ..;,,,., spi;. laabr<.el. =4 ,, rs.. *..urr-:.a... E..suses wh "\f
FullPR~i DL NT h G stted two ree 4 .. a .......r .-: o fo hitorins f Flrid Mr Edior, nora ce 1 < .un.0. ...ia.:c si s..< an 12 ct lgesits t i wra ner
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ableedi~r f th Noth arolqa res hi soe poof as his -st I ..1 0 s. F c.r r. I hi .1- la... can iscss ...I. rwit the seiouly?" far so .. sj l loicia t us pu
/ py ENTUKY. erian publish at *, this ity ast eek ith is fmilyand e hae shwn, b ampe ....J...:-. r ir I.. i a ere lasedto met hi ini ur a ee. vry sme fomulawas .. ....E ** lay, ,..1:-inguih- T e Acce relied s folo r: 'W de- the Seele --Irad..l II1:h l t.. no e -
FOR VcE PESIDET. * deds f yoga beore '1. 1* *. 4 rJ r*P < aorn lare lisi we nver ad fo a mment lur ~atl lies" t -- I.,R..ut is aids
111. .11.Ns.r.,1...h : succeed in 1 50 .:..,,a ould not ave s.=.o *l>L- g ,,, ls ceed ideaof jstig abut s serious thng a Yo sqv thatthq 5...1, i Itl3de L a ra-
DANIL 8.DICKN .O, awy a ew 3.,<,.... oneof ur mst a ,,,.3 ,, ,,,n W hav proed aso tat,3 r 1 1 p i.-, .0,,is aan ecomumioaiop.Theformwhic it sesor hs :-ust .J. paq rrae' u
or Nw vits tritie yu asI,.i. tey etua no to durng ll hos der, i wa ap o a heeticandis creorenotto b beievd. e p blihpd as als I,(. o ar... -., naY ,,..4 ..y hag i i th
vbit er rice W e are chil to ear agan ued y th I'.. Chuch .. ...Isq 1.. .......* o gru D .... ... ad ...0;..1 t. c..rr-..- -colp. twl..r y ab r jq r ae-u
1 bl ariinal --ri..r. 1...1 =. t.. br.. woodiffrs I t. .r a 1n.0 vb d~h eed m I 4 ., .1 L.eb. ., 5.:- rol..i ny 1 r..r
ag aps Q . 1 racers, l~au 100 i n r., sui r...m.in 1.* la 8-- I' t .. n, vid ny tpd o ar u o r or d/h weve exline t i lia -i <.1,,.. ,r s. ;; ,, ./ II ...ts:..22.o fom .6 lacr sq h n sa
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t~emn wosenamestads ts he had f uderthe anaemet o E. Gmet tn s rrrk llifirt yae tu fithto b ket wth hretes, wih hi na alo rbuke bytheAfode p e4for trbute... 1 or Ti.,. L~u o b






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ay dir umstan es, c en; i s par 7 a lo gheod d desi eiatun. Suc ess t the C urch.cept t e varous office i the tate t e fon also o the iddle es. nd at- the c ivalro s 1. and ..11 -- .ar l..m
so~a thepr~s~teli.. 1 ~ u. c.I afais* ana ersand to he mercan entrprie W sh ll how "W beqre ye ave and use cou ty, are pre are t~ go tri utin to n E glih } retc o th 18h p re..r.au f Qdut.iyi T y ..a be .:,

On opis f m me tou cpse uene, whih ~ie h ve inu esed on wi~ tiim ste th is bfor t!iet P ot tun flloyk =sig cntuy he ontfial'atn." It the 1,-1 r u.g' 3 ......,,, .J..p ,,...be
pulli ..pnk... beweenthe orthrn ad "C DRE Esq, ofacksuvile isAgen we lad hm bak tothe ieldof hs ow suca plnk i ther plttor. n th textofantfie andstroger x- cuse e loes i.. .ud I it.or...11 ...r
armedern -mios ofthisconfderay, l fourth esseger.chooingfrom hich he ru of to is- Butafte all wha els a "3-> 2. J...I .. rkep rom ... 4. *I han he 2 an q,.Lu.. sal. 1: r.
anseti d sed uita onist c -na mor -it r l~r ~ l. F :)hi Lib N D 2.. Y U E E ol r e a t set T ri bl nd h ai 12 ulad line cuse h ad one t .<- LI 1 oo 1 '}oh y te y n hat ~ yast majoity f th
as p many e. nic an ts mst isas- st nce s, sny s, 1 ** ad~th rihts f nuton;-al thi, u so hiobwe quwy to e i ....u n T tg. .remaks n th use and Italan ppultion detst he P pe'stem
rousup b tratng a any p ome t is an Afy D ar S r:-F r th liin term of ourlt" uch, we w uld hariably beli ve, o ve t 1 0 an in (h'0 were 1. ra. .ig ..r -uk d eadf l cu ses s th se p ral .. -0 I at t J rr a ie t s ;
evenoo befeard wih nocommo appe- tr l m erteful I ax reoivig inny siiI" is sken t. E gland aud t ig eaue of 17591 Even"T}F poqd ; .-11,p ....au t . .. .uentsqxpoed, i o e th .1 **., --- ," .1 i v en I s. .
hensin: Nver as thre aperidia te prots f cohinue conidenc fro thefriens Itlianfreedm orevento ou favr at so bg a ull s tha. hecomb, how to hosepasanes o theHoly **rur- chau L o i va ispang witin
wiposegood nguenc I hae hapily fet forso > J ever as nar toit as e cauHe brngs wh h inulc it ebflitll nd forivenes.- fon ltme, sys: "o doub theywish
eighy-fo r yers h stor of he A eric n o n r id itisems ute~jixt ems.vt11 hear with out ouit orn r ut dge for ard r. P rcel, to rove chat Why le artile e hav wit thee wods: Lt i ink. ..l ri. istly rule radth pe
repubic, hen t ha bee in ual)dangr inent n In oindlgedfor ome earsput, ly aquesion f fat an eviencethatne crse s INTrisraigShany. A .arsari a ..... . boo -theBibl! i' **II' I.1 Sates whe the wer










TO TOURISTS AND MERCHANTS VISIT-
ING NEW YORK
THE INTERNATIONAL HIREL,
ggy
Corner.Df Franklin Strpet,
MEW YORIL


J. TAYLOR, PROPRIETOR.

Posses advantages which all travelers appre-
date. Its location cannot be surpassel, tweir
convenientrotheprincipalplacksorbasines
and amusement. The apartments, of which
there are two hundred are well furajehed and
well v .. ..1...1. and #sh.g e..r.4,,. R 3 **n she
Europe less. s....r <.. Usein110bla
style, no 10. nc.I. I acon..n=> .4 iggi= par-
.r fr......g..r. Is...& ...*arniscamassalog an
'. ** ** ***FL ***rblears..w -1 abor -
ughfare, has heer, r esulularly turn., -d rear the
use of ladies, and the.gener-si arrangemrcts of
he Pu are tch, as to inford the greer:=s
1 ar L INTERNATIONAL HOTEL is con-
nected with
TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED ALOONS,
Accommodating <.rr no II,.,usand peran "n
wh ch visi rsican 1. 11.1, me a n I my
ments. The tan :...ci ... u. .<.coons ..1
11 i .. ... L. .1 1.5 ..p:<.v.s, a in ,s .
l. .il..< 0.. I..au m 11.
3tl. Y .nJidApHil.)QRY. D ,
*2... Pearl- ll., Aew York

MILBAN K &- AN NAN
:--... so a., a L. ACKiral.L:4.
STE.111 ENGLNES AND EUILERS
LEATHERANDRUBBERBEl"i'IN0
3rANYPACTURERSANDDBALERRINIRONANDWOOD
WORKING (1ACHINERY

MANTPACTURERS ARTICLES, to
oct 1 Gm




A FINE D. .1 HJ.YDED
PIANO.
APPLY TO H. J. OCHTS.
I 1 II




THE two Story Stone house
G r dSkitchenoc i
by Wm. REYES, to whom application may be
surde or at this oHine nearly opposite.


SHEJilFF'S SALE.
Virtueof an Executionto me directed
and delivered I shall sell at public sale in
trout or the Court flouse ir, the iry rf $t An-
adnelon ei st Mo a j f r, .
hadin a itertain tractofhnd known as the So*
lanon *I us *I ...a:.a i'.ar.ubeangrar nian-
ded resu .ur---. ..u *.43,*4- assact ad .:4
to a .1 r an...... ,,1..2.. pe.,- a Ld.

Sherd St. John CA
Apal -184 ---- --

-Ng CE.
IX months after date, I shall make applica.
tiozi to the Judge of Probate of St. Johns
un 1 ethe m its1t t oajh of a
illiant Thealloutde as 1, ate f anid unty..
Feb. 18. 1860. Administratriz.

NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Thos.
Hite late of St. Johns county deceased are re-
quested to make immediate payment to the un-
dersigned, <..:.3 .11, ... ....r,.,-,rg son gream
said Estate, ---0 .....r it. ca. -1..1. ourneau.=an-
Led within us.:1.ca: p. :..1,[,,] L., us-, or U..s
notice wilLbe plead in bar.
AI. FRANCES HITE,
Feb. 111860. Sw Administratrix.


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Meteorological Observations.
air Monthly register of 31..t....r .1.. ...al
observations, for May 1880, furnish- |
edby 1)r, MAURAN, ObserverfortheSmith.
sonianinstitution,

Thermometer in Directionof Am uptnof
inchesand
open air. the wind, thougan



0 MI .
ag TV
2 62 Nw
8 68 NE
4 68, Sw
4 ye NE
6 Sw
of 74 1 SW
8 76 SE
9 74 ... w
'E Nw
12 70 SE SE
18 74 NE NE
I "" Sw 0.500
. 10 72 SE Nw
iv Sw. 0.600
19 76 sw Sw sw 0.100
20 74 NE NE N
NE
sa 78 v
I 9-
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7
29 80 sw NE sw
0.050


Allo@Rer $18V6Y.
The United Stapes steamer has brought
autolicyWestanotherSlaverythe,}Villiams
having 643 negroes from Africa on board.

0 t 1 9 mp tds 1 001; 2 tl
lawasof the U. 8. have to be returned to
Attica.
Since writing the above, a telegraph
fromWashingtonstatesthat theGovern
ment has dispatches of the capture ofsilli
another cargo of 430 Africans-
------
Further by the Arab1a.
IIALIFax, May 28.-Solae .accoi140s
from Sicily say that Garibaldi lead captured
all the important towns, except Palermo


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(COMMUNICATED.

er r: I captious commu..
maication signed EUTAllin your last week's
)issue. 'The writer after making extracts
fro a pamphlet p 1pisli fa wi ut and


n t;twhie nerpleainse Irbth pri cip
save or evasion shows, that he is either
vicious commentator, one who will inake
theattempttole@p-2blipopinion.bympana
strary to moral princip es or ree ,, or
that he is a perso0 destitute of the common
pow ersof un.Je..usu.1.n....nitin....L..<,ws,
competent E., 3.,.1..... nt...th r t.... war.,, or
Cohappy, by epgaging in a useful work of
.
internal i.upass unt.:1 1, is "conalstent" or
not. The undersigned, the writer of the
pamphlet allud...] lo, contended, that by
4 upplicanon of cle Democratio principle
of stransconstracian, the general Jo:rambl.4
of the Scot..= hand no power to divers funds
artist.; fiers the sale of lands, @om the
lefthsts:otp.ca for which said lands
were passed to the State, and that a high
morality, and ul..a.es, are-1 s li,.&] e..co.
psiance with these priuesph a 11, sust. In
Llass p-c.ilur, utr *.s.. ase.ze made vers,
gablip.doesakentsa,4....asons. ...i came,*Awl
speeetn adi rdiated d..*nomestis. Preside,,,
Pierce, Senami- I.'do..ua, als. Senal r
Clayof AIA,>unG....AruarTwapGovernor
BegierasCyfrom2......1 use.ay othershad
spoken and written mrich upon the subject,
Isend you a few extracts from prominent
3)eoloerats, and ot's..s also from Cohanzy.

h t re & r al !Prou sh le
shamelessness, one of the greatest is to
positively assert, as the intention of otheys,
1& int which is not so, and the attempt to
kick at a 1 0 mihf u a rppstation

ridbulous. Folly is never long pJepse d

I Iu ..<*11-.
10 .2 I I. J lI

*

o od, e ei Leon & Cr I b olve
this -applarent .. Spealo
ru -t .o1., ... .... . simple one-
We areauthorizedby theCoastitution to dispose
el the *public lands.' Here is an improvement
prae-1, ..;re ..10 as.- I...,.al1. .,,,.,
>s. r... ... .. .. ..
rdueof our lands, ought not we to cent.ibute
(1. c. .. .] ..~ n . ividtula behundu tob

L its 1. .rlia.v s iden gi a
Aterate 1 gave a ..r 4.2, vote
9 ...,, a... re us or, lilinois River
v.u. L>.l:. 11.* ... 6.. principle as 9
adroprietor o acre ag byr unprqvemen
e- .s...r. n U. ... 0..I ., .. .
1.. 1,tes to
:ast .ng ..t su .s . u lead, I do
not ihink that there is a priump more cleas

g ten ally set an[
no nona1power a lean T"t n le
as a handed proprietor. And I wdl add. that
El is not only a r2ght, but a duty, and an impor-

Hu .dhoun gave this casting vote in the
Senate while Vice President, fixing a principle,
which has since ruledin this matter, did as n
landproprietor, the United States could legdly
dispose of the pubhdands to States, or corpor.,
sions, ineychange only, for such improvement
5: soutin..,s., si. value of the remainder
r anhe v..t. si 1. 11 .. Which without such ac
tion westidberdneless."

oj ke systeinbs a natioen da a sni
ions in the States, for the purposes of edue e-
ion, and occasional grants for similar purposes
be cited as edntradicting these conclustons, 8,/
answerSitappearsto ,isobviousandsat. f

beings pr he e as itnht iP
th the eminent domain of a piertimilar
Late.seat syhich the public land rousing
ee from n intheState in which it lies,

,| i r e

h ode ea n ee 4 1.. ...... is,.- ,,3
fit by theindustraousand intelligent pioneer.
"If the e fect of this act lie to hnsten the sal
dra a e r at awahano
suchbetheintentionwhichitismade, it is in
s.<*mirule, a .I.0 [* .c .. u.e constitution
indispumnr.rsidel.and or ear*mmqyyslug."

and b <-22-- a n 9
conner ash.gresulin. I r.culu.rs, and an ex
scradrd esquerce .o mand ,al..r.s sad lumiber,
repula pr.pperuonish- se.c.e.is- ir. population, in
.esst.rsug.* turikess ewamp lewl.. tliat we have
anot been smply compensated and liberally
dealt with by the original proprietor. Land in
satate of nature produces nothing: It requires
u a 1 & r
orit.,-are.anI. care..tous.on.l....rterea:v
all the BouthernStates to have the waste Innds
f or Florids settled and made productive."
**La shi, inn.J ni audervioute also won as on Let itbenome pri-
vategroperty. Hold out strong inducements,
thatarmaybemadeproductivefornaval store,
or lumber-then, that whichin a state of nature
bP e an r du tv nacsee ni
ingand increasing as long as agriculture advan-
See zes alone, to be levied eque fly
pon the pr rlyrequiring protection in the
pen not f the r e ee.orgCao ida senim e-
senteridprospective pecuniary liabilities, is it
not of the first importance, that the millions o1
go f was ITd owor o ide7enshdou
of value. Thousands of sectionss" of waste
wBderness, aroinvising settlement, and the arts


M At L A RR A NC EME NTS.
NE WSC II EDULE .
Northern Mail closes Saturdays at 9 P. II.

Soax e I c8o a S urdays and Thurs
days at 8 A. M. .
Northern Mail is due on Thursday and Sat
urdays by 12 P. M.
Southern Mailis due on Friday at 12 31. ani1

Su d.sty le f li will bn open for delivery
from 7 to 9 A. M.
OFFICE HOURS From'9 to 12 and 3 to 5-

Extension Dining Tables.
1 7 AHOGONY fables, Side Board. Card Ta-
bles, &c., B. EACARR,
JuneS1800.
Looking Glasses.
ARGE Size Plated Glass, Bed Room Glass,
an 3 do. B. E. CARE,

RUNAWAY .8LAYE
TAKEN up adcommittedtojail
03. I;.. .....rasarunaway
aa MAN
about 50 years of age, of yellow-
ish complexion 5 feet 1} inches

hoSays)hispnaan lis Jack.d Hi elot n
clothjacket. Hesaysthathewaslastownedby
the estateof Abraham Bessentdeceased, of Du-
val county. The owner is requested to come
forward, pay expenses and kle hg
4,,.4 c, .4.. ,

11 if saleat Publip Auction on the
25th. of June, in front of the Court flousein St-
Augustine, Fla. the above runaway Negro.
Sheriff st. D. RoOGERO.
May 20 1860.

a


A LL the Furniture of 40 Rooms removed
A from the Magnolia House, will be dispos-
ed of at low rates to close.
Consisting of---40 Bedsteads all Sizes; 80
Matrasses; [Hair and moss;] 150 Feather Pil-
lows; 40 Bureaus Mahogany&&, 20 Dining
Tab'es assorted; 15 Lookmg Glasses; 12 Doz.
Chairs assorted: Carpeting; Matting, Blankets,
heetsdQuilts S sed roc eryo chk ,en

appendages required in a large Hotel MUST
BE SOLD. B. E.CARR.
May. 12--1860.


of engineering andolvilization: their value now,
as mere property, is but little, compared with
oeo l u tiJ an 2rd a an e
1,,,, 3,, g . *

D sei esent nits r sp softas saj
plature to ears aind amo e rebHghting
w does. .They will buysoulound reclaim,
.. or on erwise manic pro a citif g

etude of indu rydyne It)x, owow ain nHti
Awise statesman, a pure patriot, bassaid it
.ion...Jul....... ...] seltlemen 1
. ...3, ....un..,,.. ... .... or
State The wealth and strength of acountryare
ibs population, aud the best port of the popula-
tionarethecultivatorsof the soil. Inuepend--
, ,, p ,,,,,.,,ng ,, where theban a of society
so.3..,,t.....r....,j, of Democratic Repubituan
Govesscue... .1. . i ,., 1 ..::
of agriculp. . ..3,,,, .au e.- "
result? 11 .. .. .. us .< *** -- I I
on pre 0 ate a a estate'eilp
How much would it increase our commero1al
. rip au co ee di nj u inut^j
.....3-.3;-= ofthefuture. I -1 al. .. What we
want to reolaise and cultivate the lands, to
r them subservient to a profitable agricul-


4. President's Pa trItuouy.
From aulecture, delivered by one Rev.
or u nts....s N...r Y..J. eit\,.... EL. ...ad
1.et..ry uf Nunh oundles, f..mad ..un..ry; 11
putye.un.oad4,1se ..blask.4 uac.irmr Unk."
cal S.,.:sar y, .: s..L. th.. l...il......c.,4 2,.......J. I.
.,1 ..... .1m. n.:..s ..... I II..- ..(..1.1.0
Werethere .......a..t.12....uyetgentleen-
ergetic, yet benevolent bothers, there
would be such sons. Do mothers realize,
that t ey are xing eir own impress up-
on their children, which is to endure not

no dsor et e o so it ? b
** 1.>....... Its- who formed a are of the
P
EdenientPduraj 1, of ao :2

ner husband, was left in poverty, witn the

tasthe zerthands of rearing thre ni
the cause of their country, and she strug.
gled on with the youngest ah best she'could.
After the fall of Charleston, and the dis:G
trous descat of 001 Buford, of Virginia. I'.'
Teleton, permission was given to solu..
Apr or five American females to carry t...
tessaries and provisions, and administer
some relief to the prisoners contined on
board the prisonship alJ$ 18 'tilG 81 8 01

on i 1 In J.of
was ada itted within the city, and braving
the horrors of postilence, employed herseli
is.. ....t....l ..1 ha humble means, in
a..: ..an..1so.11 '....1asufferingsof her
? lie had
,.,ras q _. l.... what 8 to
encouter before he wout; 2.

of lyumanity having been fulfilled, she left
Charleston on her return; but, And her
expospro to tW9 pestilbotial atmosphere she I
had been Alged to breathe, had pluded I
ifher systern the seeds of fatal disease, i
m... ere she reached her horne, the vank

updrerran atttabook up ison thover ban
patriotism. That dylug mother, wuo now
rests in an unknown grave, thus left he

ey son ne sco sunbur oldie fainiilyd
dream as death elosed her eyes, the future
of the orphan boy: that son because the
President of this free Republic; for that
widow was (116 mother of Andrew Jack-
son,

Mr.Calhoun on Squatter Sovereignty.
"Its (the general government's) power
and authenty, having for its object the
more perfect protection and promotion of
the safety and rights ofench and idl, it is
bound to protect, by its united power, the
safety, the rights, the property, and the
interests of lhe citizens of all, wherever its
author ty extended. That was the object

fordc.uf- Tr"to fpa telrata 101 a'
form the dutffor which it was created.
It is enough for it to know, that it is the
right property of a citizew of one of these
States to make it its duty to protect it

gassere r it mes a
1 a or o anywher edlse.n Itan wer

establish or abonsh property, or rights of
any desenption, bot to p otect them. To
establish or abolish belonging to the States>
in their separate sovereign capacity-the
capacity in which they created both the
general and their separate State govern-
.r .511. of 1 we sau in. h ,,
us,- than t..is:su.blish er wholish playwy, or
any pr .r crr of the citizens of the
Unt:..J Sea..s, Irallae Territories, All the
power it has; in that respect, is to recognize
as property there whatever is recognized as
ch by the thority of of the Sta
a la thee St da thori to3
suchlaysforiferegulationand protection
as the ptats of the case may re uire."
Could there be a more exp icit, pointed
1
br earer expreasson of opposiition to Terry
to I soverelg y than this? And yet'
asystheN.Y.Day Book, Mr. Stephens
uses Mr. Galboun's great unia in such a

ndo etdol ad people to believe that he
ugl inconsistent an
untenable hobby.

"The assumption (that the inhabitanis
of a Territory have the right of self-govern.
ruent) is utterly unfounded, unconstitution-
al, without example and contrary to the
entire practice of the Government from its
commencement to the present time."
Jons 0. CALHOUlk ,


and usessia. New a ld S
p
lendid
TQere was rent consternati *
The troops ha acon d, and the
royalfamilyworepackingup their jewels,
and there were strong i...J.:,s. .as.- -,< a .. 0..-
al iasurrection there.
3 ..t,.>.J. n... us....o: r...w .sh P..l..r....-, .
.0. it gangep...acy au. Lau.urkimpe mis CAPT. TENN PECE.
man l..wr.J., e. 1,. -.....,,., 0...1 leaveralat . ., ?-1... I .hr a
1..... v...r.. ...aut.act.. J s,:. ..t .1. u: s o'clo1ck j .1.. ,rive 2 tif
lum. ... s. .. .... ..:.. -, annah or
Itisp...r...1,.- -r..Ithethe French ./ Ei...>. ....... .4theNew
armyhaqbeenorderedtoevaeuate110me. RailRoadocecorgialsoconnectinginchar
leston on ...... 3 an t....- u
Geol Concha has been elected the Prest- that city, so l...; ... G Iut n *
dent of the Spanish Senate speedy av4.gleasant trip.
THE Occile will leave Charleston regularly
r


3, n a
all intermediate landingson the St. JohnsRiver
to Palack *
Agents at s e nova,
Savaunah-J.P. Brooke.
March 31-Cl rleston-E Latitte &dCo.


Six thousand Sicilians have joined Gari-
bald ,
The Neapolitan army was routed on the
15th by Qaribaldi;
The provinces of Palermo and Trapani
were in full insurrection, and had been
abaqdaned by the Neapolitans.
O it... 19th the Papul gen's d' armes
.ud r. p., of Garibaldiaus me) near Mou.
r..L... ..I The latter were routed and
retreatedto Tuscany, with a loss of30
killed and wounded-
A HYi Of 1libuSterS RitackG(1 and over.
powered t'ae custom's guard at Onano.-
The former plaudered to place and retire.
ted to Tuscany'
"The Papal troops were leaving Rome for
thefrontiers.
It was reported that Engldnd, Austria
and Prussia had guaranteed the integrity
of the Otto1nan empire.
.
Georgia CY.ny, ary.m.
The consulitteron Isre..ua i.-ported in
the afternoon. The majolity report r ....us.
tuends the Cliarleston majority platform,
excepothe Cincinnati platform, and adding
the Senate's resolutions. It approves the
action of the ..... .5.... delegates at Charles*
ton-re-appointing the entire Charleston
dologation to Richmood and Baldmore.
A resolution was adopted, advising onlJ
consultation at Richmond until after the
adjournment ofthel)emocratic Convention
at Baltimore.
-
Alabama Oqnvention.
MONTGOMERY, June 5.-The regular
convention adopted resolutions to-day sen
.
ding delegates to Richmond, with a uthou
ty to go to Baltimore, if the 111ohmond
Convention so determines"

aA LIVE ArtuoAu"-Under this head
theBarnwell (8. C.) Beathelhas the fol>
lowing, which we copy for the information
of all egneerned:
"The greatest curiosity ever brought to
Barnwell was it live African, who made
his suppp rraeudee here n 8 urdayda e}C

1 D. dveh and senteohere

He had wandered off from others, it is su
4, bel L
can sponging j I le ag is1,G
aboutasgreenaspeemenasis tobefoutd.
Nothing of late 1, as ad gr ..ace eqio i.
ty"


CITATION
LL personsinterestedin th Estateof Alferd
A McCrabb, deceased, or in the Estate of
John W. McCrubb, deceased, late of St. John
County, will take notice that I have filed a Pe-
terion in the Circuit Court of St. John County.
Florida;forleaveto sell the following Real
@ a dthich said Johan & @crabbse -el
T. 11 Lt. 14 E. and W. J of Soc. 20 T. 11E.11
ann 4 oTueted, a N < je3co
of 11 s.o fin these 2 nodrt ea

J and E. J ofR. W. ( of Sec. 11 and North Ihlf
of See. 12 T. 17 S. E. 16 E. in the County of
flemando-andyouareseverally cited to be
and appear before the Circuit Cot\rt of the
County of St. John on the 4th. Monday of
october next tounswer toohe saidPeti n

-r .. Administrator
Act 114-1 Sm.

' SHERIFF S SALE.
:.. ar, I c 1..n .- 1 .e

i.e.- . ..
me ares andfuethe at or t flima
leried upon and will expose for sale at Susan-
nah, Breward county Florida on the 1st Monday
sta n3 : / i

11 t ttho se Lee e t r Ilundred and
tain grantoflandcoutsining 16,000 acres more
or in said Brevard county granted to samuel
no althc5 ha / e'nt 1818and caniirm-
The above sale is postponed until the 1st
Monday in May.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in June. -
The above sale is postponed until the first
MondayinJuly.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in August.
She b eSsate iskpostpotned until the first
The above sales postponed until the first
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Mo..i. :., u, c.. ..-2 until the first

nj on cez erp @ned until the first
monday in January next.
The above sale is postponed .until the first
Mo ybo a poned until the first
Mondeavin Ap it ne t.postponed until the first
nto aydu May ne U.g e-t( rueI antil the first

me esy it / I est. ..= 3 until the first
Monday iu i un wm. B. DAvis,

ralkl ch5t
h Sn SheriffBrevard County'


KING'S ROUNTAll91

illiftt',V 8011001,
YORKVILLE SO. GA.
FIE attention of Parents and Guardians is

forced i on ide ca
olin dand their ass stants ve on seleft8ed

graduate with distinction ofthe South Carolina
College, and thisir French teacher has been care-
tu ynpirsepar slhe ITi y a i
ofSouthCarolina, and a classiestdepartment
1, .... Ec.. r r.... .;1. educational
1" a any in point
ye so eleept clothing,
2- .. : r o r, r .cola .,
o ven .,...m. c...... .cs ,s
will please train ... es.I., =e. p.:.-I -h
. 31. 51 IENf.m i. I
=.,7< .4 L.; e.11 1.. 3. Frompula.
June 2-1860; 74.

MAGNOLiA IIOl.JSE.




KE Proprietor having ereeLed a Bathing
T House, far the benefit of his Hotel; now
offerstoafewCitizenstheepportunityofsuberi-
bingfor Season Tickets. Subscription open un-
thel5th of June; for Familes or Single
For tickets apply it the Magnolia Kouse.
June 2 1860 SAMUEL BUP INiGTON.

0HOI0E GOODS
OICE Hams, dried Beef, mes Beef, mess
Pork, smoked Tongues, pickled Tongues,
whits Beans, split Peas.
J sn. 21. B. E. CARR.
OLLINS Azes, Spades, Shovels, Corn MUls,
Grq)bing Hose, Carry Qambs ag


,

. MiP A Washi tailotter to bbeieva 'tA rts.-.-s;r. (IL. b....r).,r s...aorg e.xrran.
..1913 a arsales-*-rl, Arabbish...p lip e. ..=.u r.- unt.e s... ts.u-.-.n us. ....;
a -l. .1ugu.L a r, rl.e lush I .1; 4.>.-a fur Dou,1st ha.nog crand -rsed i. e- i 11.0 0 c.,-...J.E.t .( use
favor from Seward to I in e a -. ..r., au i.; 3 .. Lease the
.. .1. ,os. i. .r in St.
..... ...0 ... \ for the

OrAe ns ILL sp aki on eL is 1 ,
delegationtoCharlestonanys3 "That dele aI... .. n ... .,t.. ,,4.. .3 r.. ..
-gation, consisting of twelve members, is 'le r.11.- us al .s of To11 so established by
eo osed alm 1 as.. on I is.. J is sad during the said Term of
mp on ere naively of plan)ers and Years, and usure to, and be for the -special
large property-holders, and representseever- benefit oftheLessee." a
al million f the la ..al 1 .11 us.= lionized to be charged for
so platthing wealyttof the State. There are in it no less than eight RFor man and florse-3 cents.
planters, sugar and cotton, whose average rse2 dece td 6hci with2Horses9eents.
xacomes would exceed $25,000 per annum, 4 Wheeled Vehicle With 4 Horse 12 cents.
and whese average nytuber of slaves would Beje rti upienrfo adrke t ss a rtan.
exce HorsesCdor en in Eir., -. a.r .

P3 As City (free.") 0 ua me 0
asoNAL.-Gen.. Santa Anna, Ex- J. L. PHILLIPS,
President of Mexico, with his family and Pres. Board Cou y c mmissioners
suite, passed-through this city yesterday, P. S. The Gonditions and obligatiozL sequire
en route from New OrIeaneto New York.- 4 by the Board canbe known. by apphost.ion
.Lynchburg flyz'nas ril id


BOARDOh' COU TY CO\lli SSIONERS


I


I


NOlicee

HE ire Com of St. Au stine have
caused a.... 1 is to alion to be
d oinnae e yr 11 .idthis Co tdy
o o n pl 9 y n3am2ehan te 18en
Michael Neligan Godfrey Foster and A. D.
Jiogero. June 9-1860.


4

LLpersonsiudebtedfotheEtateof8TEPII-
A EN MARTIN late of St. JohnConuty de-
ceased, are requested to make immediate pay"
ment to the Undereigned; all persons having
claimsagainstsaidEstatewillpreallmLthent
duly authenticated within the time prescribed
by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of
their payment, EDWIN MARTIN,
Adinisistrator.
June 9 1860.

I 11&8(1 110Rte 185%D4


) g I

ELL I'ruiser. 41iTI.E 11..ranr..i
i ci t..m.... r .1, r
March 81-1860.

,a so

WHOLESALE AND RETAM.,
EY

])g:r?'Raf $1, '#[10?

(Formly IL P DFGliAAFy)
!Lo.mistBOWEMS.tiers Iork.
th. ..n.co..I.c., ..t ..-- 5 ...-s nh, glar.cand
L .r .ti ..ughlo5>.t.50bra:Mr.6Lteel,
LARGEST PURNlt.URE HOTSES
itt Dr.1 cl iturers.
t we ss ar -i.s..- bas s>tl'er grerat inducemerate;
....,i tr., u, car 0>.:: us Inc.-
I L.... to .. .- .:1. *0 i'.us ...f
a...wo.a.names.. .games



PA R LOR .Ilh D ( HAM BER FWR.
5 ATKi R E.
Also, Can and Woon SEAT Work, all quall-
ties; 11Azn, HITaK 4116 SPRING MATTREMES, a
large stock; ENAAIXED DIrigggg}94agygg
i sets, from $22 to $100,
Jenny Lind and Extension Post
Red Aend 3,
.. L rT



No Goods 8 talled on Tiines
si sa, 1...-hou 8m

10S 1**** "4 **.6 Book Carsay, ae. Ae
7-04 B. 5, 4,'ARR,









P 15TERS HOTEL.

a 9 *.
Ep
S.BUFFINGTON, PROPRIETOR,
THIS FIRS'I' CLASS MOTEL
has been leasedforatennot
years by Sam. Buffington flut
f fingtoutouseJ.nes..analit- cl.....g.......4...*-
fully solicits his obs flands and tits publ.-: tu
gave film a call. He wall alist.Ja the I ured
ready to great U.sm 1.1 1..& usual aryle.
an. 7.

OT 4 gh I 5 5 gh I J pg
W FR ME 'ur se -4
I no 11.6 Sr. J br


busic.... .sly n.r idies Ir is or, a


EL. Auguu11.0 ever iderB*10) int 7 h'I r
turning 1.2 e Toes only Tri-J.,, tall! LLe
Applionals for board mil please apply to
J.W.83,11,1s...Fla.
Dec.101850.
the Pi.; acians of sp assal.. Arules.
HOIf L'S GENUINE (00.1.40 i R.LNDi',
OE.FT:-,f1ENUINC PORT WiNE*
itOf,)rEEGEhilwlM5DillR.IlliNC,

at am news supply.ng Use Irsd. Turb pro, Cog-
nar Brandy, in boukie, both lo. Ir...is....I ..r..]
prawale ui= The Isram rs=*. .:0*:.e.A 11,..1 )..ne
c.roholmy "W..elate pit*:6ta juncGstsrol..o
abe reach as .1. surmer the t.... e .51 .1r .rwers.
Eschaedum E=*,.[. pps.and r.: d...- usat... rp.
warirst the p.commune. c.my .uk J I1 Le <.au
thr=>ugh..k.tthec..ar.ary.ledinsdayIr Jiog*Inal.
goussq..usearea st..] ras..Ja...t ol. ..I is......
genes put. 1, cruinall ra., t> (ur ,as ri.. sum
coursso. rcgard I4 andr.ruel. of i)..r-Jz i
ssoutin..r...:..mpIntel mrb II, r..4u.el. Ir. L
all quarters long age., but <--6 ---3 ls--ar, .
1.yuse(..:1. hacouragl.,it*-r ora p-'
c.%en r/ ./ .3 ..
wasneal.an sul ts.; Lau.g est.1 .. .. up
oAte,=..nbr.nalyantria nabl e-JII re-
sala pr.co. Eartunistely rin erse, th p.... p
For use Isral read pr. v.was yes (.ir..l I ..4..: '
for this] w as tabund ana. st. I r..< L.1 .0-1.
base fution to its :Intel of
Use dary on bruser-1) I .! -si peat
wer.Nar"Brarat- a ... ( 0-- .1
squares..ne.co.us, gun.a. . con,
agrm.ca.L. of tra.s r.,.E. (. g- as tra which I
am t.*,ntarg at4 assaur as s...u. .r.- Co-
gnor Brandy. Iguarantee I -il yp 1, 1..> .'
and certificates, the Brands .. m 1, uses
pd ,hunadulteratedmea ( el an ietr wEl
orscuril.allsonislJul..od;u . TiL
beau us. fu .. GI a :1..1
3 as / ..
time:- n r- n. au & .nu
tural .cra r .e..o .. ... e .,
I B .t t jc.u
earned de r I.r .u ."
bansof uses.,-emu l t.,c.ch D. no a r
scanned use uy this uct- he la ,
been the pr.ums; one or run..1,. .
":MC .::... 2
tr inent, neaun-r.-pdtu and turns.. n wr, r
"ittiti'C","I
The virause oi pure Freath Br any as
be sold by me. Usey <.re 10..*,. 11....0
thewarldress medlesses.. rs..I.1 -r.mur a 1
Ir., aa lbe Frende nal..-n scants; ..1 ,o ,,t,
de vie,"une water pl 1=,. but its.. 4. ....
to ic maniy when pate and awn-lasiner air 1 re
afaewarea walls it., I=urius.cor]..=0= star c is-
as good millaison. .1 L.miutr. 5 -J..r. L .3,, is,
innocent us.*, <.1 me.u=ural ..r ..ur ra..,. Jo
remedya fearfulevilI have commenced im-
portingBrandybottlizigit, airJJ.us.,. Was
*Wolte's Genuine Cognav L., I am
classy reced.ig or->r- I co. to
Fr "* ""o

Ag, 5 it.MNB v 1 se
100 ls. Gradi .5 Co., J. T. Moote Co.
.ss em
ARRIVALS
TUSTdischargedir..m5 la but efrom New
45 York, Cholee C,.eher Lau Apples, Potatoes, Oran.ne, bu. v.er k.r, as rs. a
Orackers. La. E. 0.5 id.
Dec.17
a
anuly Flour.

TV^ i'Ji'"t?2.2'E :
on y b meaning. b. E. C. M.

Envirs.
HOICE bunch Raisins, Gitron, Currants,
dned Iss serve. Jelly Ginger
Wis. Pea hmaInghda wran.... i-is:1.0-y bute
Jen.21, 8, L Odfill,
eble Int.
tace as..24 t.,urs........sso.
neaery.


A $1ERICAN AND FOREIGN.
ATEROS00150 EMPOBIL'M,
E A WT II onlit it ,
800BroadwayWeTIFYork.
After Nay let, 1860 at 601 BROADWAY, two
doors from the Bl. Niekolas H4tel,
The BloreoBoope Ir 11e traost Indirndise, in-
t b ti t t a i


U---


.
706 1 $5 17 70
850 25 26 47

Reliable orders fr us One Trade, 1py Mail or
Telegraphii 61 c. Tr^.e-i" '
*
U.2 1 s..I 'm e-t, N Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
ufacturers' Prices, of ill the New York Whole-
sale Druggists, Grocers, Campbene and Burn-
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealersitt Lamps*
M B.-KEROSENE is the trade-.
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co.,artall
persons are catedoned arfasust usinff # to
said trade-mark yor other oils.
Qct. 15. 8m
li@P Call at the DOW Store noder the Ma.
sonic Lodge opened by IIEILTZ, if you
want cheap and prime articlesin the Gro-
.oery Line and other little Nick oneks.
*
IMsLIN COI(N,
ARINA, Corn Starch, Lemons, Graham
Powdprackers, Ba%, Tipieoaca, Jaccurong licas
Hop, 8,
Jan. 21. B. y CARR.


Liquors!

1..11 ... li, ands: Ou L.
.. L. u J n 1*., Brandy, vintage 1848
-1 ..;bramly, Cognae ErandyGibson
Sons' Furnily Whiskey, FurcMonougghebt Whi
Key, Old Bourbon Whiskey, Jl
3 4 ... Pure N, E. 8um, :
n 11 Madiers Wine, Sherry Wine
Cararet \Vines, of the best brands, such as at
Julien, Cataba, Lion, and LarouroudeAle
0.= Aul-,*lli.-*.nento.u.L.N.u.I.-
uisaurcesa...g as .e
O. bitakO
Feb 5.

WINES AND CIDER,
HOICIC CLARE aslC ex Ai gal>og
ger Wine. 0 rry Brandy.
.cans,
Lt.41.V.E BEDSTEADS,
Os.T.i & *.0..... Loreaus, Mattresses,
R e..... i-u... ..
an. 28, B. E. CAER.
ASINS, Currants Citron, choice Mustard,







JOS PH V. HERNANDEz
H.L T T.11LOP.
1 .el. m b, I
a1. It it, .. In
i.,s ol- =, .ca
..rs. .rl ii.
"?;-:2
r t b. Blue and tr ps, a 1. us.. E.ine
1 I sy es;... .,4, learecap,
All orders ev. :ua l .ra ua ba stylo ol k
ineron as


APPLES, ONIONS, IPOI.T.LreE


R7D1il6. Aris u..w,. p..s Lms il.
is.ot 1..a n,


TAX COLLECTOR'SSALE,
ILL or ael Tod r gp
city St. Lugustine, a r.g pr pe r 7 r
somuchthereofast-l is.eandowne'?
a5x9 8m as I r. . I ,r
the und vided half <1 .. use wit.>....I ..'*
theNort over at.. 1. to b.>.rn..s or,
Lugu.== 1.. L ....1..3 on the North 1,* Liver.- el
h d


& El


HNcamp 0
are

THE ONLY POSITIVE CURE
THE ONLY POSliffE CIlitE
Po 5 *
THE ONLY POSITIVE CURE
THE ONLY POSITIVE CURE
10
liarORE THE
flEFORE THE
PEfoBE THE



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WH.LrfiEE LURE




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ORCHANGEOFDIET,



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agonasaliDay,



TILIN ANT KNOWN RDI
[jjg ^g ggy a
WAN xfEER
ANY ENOWN BEM


II .hr. l. .... d 1 lll UI8BC~i e2W *t.| .r .] . er8 D, en r anag rning as Bani
[,aag.I ,, .r1-, publila Inds, and Southr by o mden n nins
tract of Leonaryj andl publiolands. Being see. oereo oug moeooo.mrero
62 of T. 5. S. RI. 2U E. a~nd sooordinp to th~eitlign, oetoueuced .a rs -
Soverunment surveys contaipityr I 19: Ilpes legetwbthadbau
eores. The .. Ii ...:.i : ... 1 1 I.II been here- N on scm lt)aiha t n tm s
.1 L* I.1.M I 1 1 I.; d J li2 I. 5 .. rT mnf I rsnt oyu iw evr efo
BAssessor & Dollector St. Jqisap CPunlty. e d r l lr.if,1r1I e-gat
Jan. 7,1800). r.trp s u a Io r o de


nrext, before the Court House door in8 I I

.1""tne tgfL pi n oee i Ex pof alt r. ih ,3 L r-.C. n i.(
Colle an. 1ogr loe houe-a1 Gum r illt.r. ii ra j..og ni~;r-r
^o ector .e r1uage .y thco.-. ,,. 1.,0 1. r. n. p c~r.c m
to It L oai B. epuCarpssoseof pa~le~ .4 s s: .0 e u ca es fEi
ing~~~; r. I II 'r.ln B. ue a. LSAg nt. .<8. srI.. b . h-.s n
Nov.~i, 6, "~I L; l no 1, we


.t .*LLEI. TORS .cALE
I~ 11 .0 ;..~ I.., ..re it..,,.... ,i...,. .je...rr ~ r
11 t LutIIrIns ..ra Ilbe rr losl ay.

j-ar Ilbiq t I)..: 1.~. ... ..1E F..uges. II ad e qud*, h 1tl.l



T TaxCollector ofl u.r re ..-unrr .ai l.ah LI( strndltad
The nhove rsale ilior the plrpose of perfect- .= sh eu.-..I.rma nuri
ingthetitle. -oe L mo aeadrslsn Tepe
1 Rg RP ld ., nn5l ...ana .,ais.. .atc
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PICOLATAh TO ST. AUGUSPINE. 'asusr..... .

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April 14--1860.
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