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: June 30, 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: VID00198
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
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lccn - sn 82014307
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-phoose kubwingly such a variety Every thing
'iin a at a pipe wn to che with Bro I
atri:swas.ull, Bwer Co '...1, .. i vely ,
I orphbPiS e e utilators, Reg jin.
and ip Top, in fact evgry thing ever worn
from Nonh's day down to that of tl e man who
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a w. ,.1.3 E,, ad ; ires, rt.ed .."ild De 8
he.*pe 'shd Fa.. fi* Bachape.

SALILL $fE tre? -']'ly neg
is,..n esse m,,,g.,,,s -rearams. The
e., as, ,,; E =1... 6 bade be, 0 3, r. (:
.,..,1.3 ine n..r tpen a...:...rspibbed by r ch
D-* D. :.1 *7 -ub sept ..0 lets, Eng, ,
gener I ...(ur.J pe.:udsr; means. O
unity a (
by men of th re world
eat thinkers, edia
artists have been co erers, ine stors, and
many of them little d ab
edition of manual lab in j he e.
ly circumstances. And it or
v. Riebes are oft vi always be
ch ao s stimulus to ene an impediment
cases they are quite as n, 01
as a blessing Ts.. 6 wh '
wealth is aptoto hav.e IIm e. er 0, inherits
him, and he a a e. By r
'eause he has all ows sated; be-
ing no special objec to strug e.6rPat
linds time hanghen on his hand he
mainsmoral!J sad r mally *ul.- [ a
his position ;.:. 3....;. 0?= ]
than that of a p..(4,,,, ..r whi.." bh &
- "His only lahoris.tokill thetime*
And labor dire it is, and wear woo."

pondent of one of our exchanges longs for
the good old times in such terms as the fol-
"Pam not sure that the i.-leeraple is any
benefit to the country. Formerly, before
the telegraph was invented, it took so long
to trazismit news, that one part of the
country got over the excitement before lin-
other could hear the exciting news; but
now, transinisted as it is by lightning from
One end ofthe country to the other, the
whole people get excited at the same ti
and blate away at each other hy meansF '
the wires. Now gitime the goodold days/
of dow coaches, sleepy papers, dull villages,
peace and harmony, rather than this con-

j excitement, exaggerating. passion,
'Oh, for a 1.:1p a :-wr,.) re*( g kr come .
some bou, <*,,,r., ctes...u,
where looed h-:H |6. b.rds dog, so the
deer bound through the foner, and listen
to the whip oorwill, n id son in.,; .0; for.
ever the1. i..c. of *N. ger I a.;;s:r! nig-
11.:.: cent a1. Paoonass.---A few days
ago we were shown a letter writth by
Willis Lewis Jr., a 1.ilk son of Br.. Willia
Lewis, of tbia a.unty, whk b organiJe r.ngd
his age and the:ehort time he has been (....$....7, ab:1.;rs remarkshis powas 4
of mind. Thr..< m...nlies ago litthr Willie
did not know the L.rters of the Alphaber,
now he can write not only le*:Ibly, but wish 1
ease and elEgance U.. -id..s studing and
writing, he has made astonishing progress
in arithmetic, and can repeat the multiple.
cation table We to not recollect ever to
have read of an instance in which the fae-
ulty ofacquiring knowledge was a re-
markably developed in one so young Ent
the secret of Wilie's success is not owing
altogether to his aptitude; but must like-
wise be attributed in a great measure to
his fondness for books, and.his desire to
leads. He applies himself diligently to his
studies, and doest not waste his time in
idleitess and play. We think TWllie's ra.
4.;J pr.:.gree it..>uld be noticed in the "Ct.LJd-
I. n's Column" of on exebanges, rse it
might incite others to study with more dilial
gence,-Leisurs Hour.



hichloveth etill,

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al., .1 Ti.: I .r rl..r rI.. Spanels .rry cl.: rat..IJ., **ad at... so the H..ase or
popul.,r...r, .1,.;, rt.: ,I.,..: :, -;.:3re it.-p.. s.:0mous. Ir vt. ul.3 dia,:r.ace 2
:*Ilb*If < ap11.G.isar.. L.-,a c...alerr to Sourhamprogshop .1ra.1yeta.rsh.=anon,
-c .:tar.,:,n II..Tr .Jul.. thruir.-, so.1 in ilgr 6.:mances -:1 she free P ople of the
IE.: rn..':1. th.-ir nburA.e... .I .syners and Un id 5mace, 1.1 c unbt.niangly mingled
------------ ---_ fish. Bo that St. Angesti..:. Elec.n;h act. in

8 Angedba FMdda. si in no, ales re sea, ha y .unStryfanal mu tta thy fue
two years old village in Minnects and b... 1. r r.; al. .19, ..Irer bles-

Summer0 cuone-hianufau .nd oyster 6: Tr use trears a I irra :.ns us.*, p v* enic y,
Attract...rn fo=*Iuvainda. I.Ill r tr...uth a .. e..-c. .to.: Itsing afl.traw a a :.uniorn-:t .:. 0 .
C . .12 .. us.:.r IM co. is cobrants. I ts.. 11>.- 11.ur a n.J.
ST. AucusTINE, Feb., June4, 1800. Botice of all who liase re ..ri 10 dread thu ,foHN1!!.LY NO NEAL
The spil in this section of Florida Is, as destructive enemy .:.1 hurn n LO, Canamp-
a general thing, what the farmers of the tion, as well mu., wh. is, re magisr MacDroAI, I rea 11.;, m so rect.6-
Genesee Country would call poor. The escape rheumatism, estarrb, bropehitis.and PANESE. Of 10..jr "
"pinebarrens" cons rof sand, which, ex" other diseases prevalent in colder latitudes, tooksplace Saturday:414Pa. 1...[w..-as ahe
ceptin the roads, is an d ....u.g...:r Our climate is, beyond doubt, the mildest .i.e.-,. physt..hos ofth.. Euit.w; and four
does not drift, is moist at a 2. .Ib ..r three and best in America. Me real men pron- sexentific gentlemen of Washingr.:.n-Dr
inches even in the priest seasons, and af- ounce it superior to thich of Cuba and of Evans, Prof. Surrsoy, and Du R.:.L:c...u
f0rds an unfailing supply of good water in Italy, anil LINoor.x-which the Ju -1. ...r
wells from six to ten feet deep.. Seastered In my next I shall speak of Fruit cul- gives an account ofghich as fGO*3W-:
through this pine barren expanse as well ture, perhaps, the most promising pursuit f'fhe interview lasted two houss, and
as along the riversantliolets, are the "has in Florida A. M many valuable facts were ,elicited. It ap-
mocks." These comparatively fertile 0ases pears from what was stated by the Japan-
are the only lands (vhich have as yet been Worth Reading. ese physicians, that medical education in
cultivated, and even they but to a limited Judge O'Neal, who wrote the following Japan commences with medical reading
extent. They differ from the surrounding patriotte and .truthful letter, is Chief Jas- and clinical lectures and observation in pub-
"barrens" in that their .aoil is a sandy tice of the State of South Carolina, and lie hGSphRIS. Willike what prevails among
oam, more or less dark and rich, instead one of the ablest and purest men in all the the western nations, anatomy is not the
of a white sand, and their timber mainly Iand. He has had but little, 9 any, con- basis of Japanese medicine; yet the study
live oak, myrtle, magnolia, &0. &o., instead section with politics, and is, therefore, a of anatomy has within the last three 7.: ..?
of pine. Many hammock plontations al- disinterested spectator o tthe strife and feen undertaken in the Empire. Obste-
tivated before the Indian war, are abandea. con usion so ri in pol ical circles.- trial science is ordinarily in the hands of
ed, the buildings and fences in decay, and Read ud ponder well its solemn admoni- female practitiours, but in dillicult .cases
the overs dead or ,gone afar off. Such tions: male assistance is called in. The same
lands can, of course, be purchased at very Sammarrson, April 28th,1880* policy prevails in the general treatmentsof
reasopable rates. Editors of the Newhenyllising Bust: female diseases, and by consequence fe-
Ti nt.I., though its settlement began ENTLE11EN-What astormyday! How male physicians are numerous; by it ap-
three century s ago, is still axibstantially a grateful ought we to be for the gently des- peaks that their branch of the science is in
new State, and as such merits the attention cen ag rain a less advanced state than most of .the oth-
of settlers. Tip question naturally arite., When I look upon =he1.e....".,; elemerit er branches. In surgery the Japanese do
giv emigrants shqld look hither r b ., sruard au.1 remember it..s ab. National not practice apputation. Their materis
than to the Western States, and what pro- FLen-:--:- -in Gonvention in Charleston may medical appears to be confined almost ea-
ducts can be raised on the above described be about passing upon the last scene of its tirely to refetables; and in particular to.
soil more profitable than the "hav and existence, which is to be for our weal or various barks, which they exhibit in decoo-
hominy" oflowa and Wisconsio., woe, Icannot feel otherwise than anxious- tions. They have, however, become no
In grain raising Florida cannot, compete We are, I fear, in evil times; rashness is quainted with calomel and quinine, and
with the North and West. Her advantage too much in the ascendant. I had -hoped occasiowdly employ phem both. The idea
lies'in her Soulhern latitude and her un- this Convention would be selected who that has become curreotamongthewestern
equalled salubrity. She can supplyNorth- would site the whole Democracy, South- nations that Japanese medicine is founded
ern markets with fruits and horticultural ern, Western, as well as Northern. If on charms, starry influences, and supersti-
products in a manager, and at seasons, which that were done, the prophecy of our emin- tions of various kipds, is not well founded.
ffG01RdG dTR If. 086 BOilthBER StatGSUBD WOUld be full? uth 80t ons are no doubt common enough
First as to gardening. ith afew .. a. 3 realked that at the end of the nett four among the ignorant vulgar, as in other
of land, say five to tea; a man of limited years, size Black Republican party wohld countries, but witli persons of education
capital, who is willing to work, can make benat an end- and thought, they look for remedies to the
more money than from a large farm at the ly confidence and hope is in the mer- operation of the ordinary powers of Nature.
North. Hemay commence his winter gar- ciful overruling of Divine Providence.- On the whole, the interview left upon the
den in September and October by planting (iod has hitherto helped us, and I still be- minds of the Anierican physicians is a
cabbages, eauliflowere, onions; beits, carrots, lieve that he will overrule the madness of much more favorable estimate of Japanese
and especially peas. These will be ready men, and bring to us good, greater good medicine than they had previously enter-
for marketin*the course of the winter---say than we deserve! trained, and than that which is commonly
from Thristmasowhen hissgre pen ,anlidw eUgitusomen can course io ri nPgop pliur e re d

brisk and remunerative home market, we >may bring about a servile war, or array everywhere, mediolne is in a state of pro
can send the above products by steamers section against section, is to me strange> gress, and it cannot lie doubted it will con-
to Charleston in a day and a half, and to passingagrange. tinue to advance here with safe and rapid
New York in four days. Green peas in I pretend to be no politician----I belong strides."
the pod, raised in St. Augustice, have to the country. I have grown uji under .A.n Awful Warning
brought six dollars a bushel in the New its mild and fostering rule. I have been The Baltimore Olipper, of June 1st, has
Yoik market. I saw cabbages its the gar- blessed; and I trust I r .ra been un- the follow :
den of one of our citizens Jast February grateful. IL.. :(...qu....Ins.J L.anner has We heated yesterday, frain an entirely
which weighed from 25 to 30 lbs. per head. floated in .1.... ad u se ph e....* my head satisfactory and responsible source, the
Novegetables; except the more delicate, frqux'infancy. particularsofanocerirreasewhichcanonly
such as melons, cucumbers, Sco., are im- I have looked to it as the protector ofmy be looked upon as an instance of Divine
paired by the slight frosts of Florida win- rights everywhere, and in the East, South, rebuke for taking the name of the Almighty
ters. Intelligent men, who have i== r..J n ...r 20.1 North, qud in -the provinces of in justification of a falsehood. We refrain
the capabilities of the soil and climate, re- ,ber Majesty the Queen, I have looked from mentioning names, through considera-
present the profits of gardening here is proudly to the stars and'stripes, and said* tion of the parties, who are respectable per-
enormous. For my own part, I have been "these are the emblems of my. free and sons, residing in the South-western section
in Florida but three mouths, and therefore happy honfe l" Are these to be pulled of the city. It appears that a few days
necessarily speak upon infoingation and be. down and trampled in the dyist by mad and since the aunt of a young girl, about seventh
lief. . corrupt politicians? God forbid! Free- teen years of age, acensed her of having
Preparation for summer crops common, men! Descendants of the patriotsof '76- been guilty of some misconduct, which she
ces about the first of February, when mel_ it is your duty to prevent such a disastrous positifely denied, and on being again accus-
one, oneurnbers, sweet potatoes and Irish result! ed, she called upon Gpd to strike her blind,
potatoes are planted. Watermelons may Calmlyandfirmly you must determine ifshewasnottellingthetruth. Ina mo-
be brought to -maturity early in May, that your country shall live, Place the ment after, according to her own statement,
though they are not usually in market till best and purest men within your reach at a film seemed to pass over her eyes, and in
4 mouth later, when they sell for fifty conts the head of-your government. Purge your the course of five minutes she was totally
each. The surplus, if any, is commonly Country. Everyearruptlicentious, rowdy, blind, and was continued sightless ever
shipped to Charleston, where it finds a .. ...ut in.g. drinking man should be sent since. The afflicted victim of her own im.
ready sale. Sweet potatoes command here home. Then you maylook for a reign of piety. confessed that she called upon her
from seventy-five cents toa dollar a bushel. honesty and virtue. Until that be done, Maker to justify her in what was a false,
Irish potatoes usually sell for twice as hovr can you expect the blessing of God? head. .
much. Are drunkards, corrupt legislators to minis-
In speaking of agriculture and 'horticul- ter for you at the altars of your country? The merchants of Charleston are taking
ture in this section, however, reference is If so, what results are you to expect ? stock in a new steamer, to be placed on the
necessarily had rather to what may be "Scones," such as you have witnessed in line between that city and Florida, -

n:an her..,r...1 rs,,:.rry la n..r wr.. *
Yet there .miancer of a la 0;; too high a
ola...0 ar: and in be often boastingly
spahangs.Yu'ia 2 w.nkness. Irinese whose
only ;ugarance is d--rived frol'n she r on-
cour;, digra., them incenry; the 4
.1 1Man el.. imedto a etheirreT

generate plants ofa superi r stock *

ts.r ..h

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May it my endeavor be
Far from sinful pride tailee;
And may Hope, and Faith, and Love
Never frommy heart remove, <
But be trbasural thero

Till reach my home above.
The Old Story
00me sit by me, Katy, and tellme
Ofwhat he was talking last night,
n1- .va -' -- 1 ..* it J .. ....1.. I I I, .n .- .*=. their light ?

You came back with cheeks glowing crimson,
And eyelashes glittering'with tears,
And a smile, which, half sqd, half triumphaut,
Still over your sweet mouth appears. -
Did he talk of the beauty of summer ? .
Or praise the wild rose's perfume ?
Or speek of ourabors so rustic,
Where -- ...11..r, so.]) a...- bloom?
"He told you a stdry ?" Oh! Did he!
Well, Katy dear, tell it to nsti.
"You've shnost forgot it ? Already !
How very much flattered he'd be ?
You say thatyon think l may guess it!"
Y.. I. .4.. ..rk 9>;
..7 ,,.certha fou a ."set one;

I -... c. .- :.. ri. filet days of dame
I ' ,, : * '...- bowers,
In Eve'slittleearitwaswhisnered
While she, blubhing, played with the flowers.
You're blushing too, what is the matter ?
Why, what are you crying about ?
Your grandfather told your grandmother
The very .. .. r... 1 vt"
JustthreelittJe wordstellthis story-
What thousandsofhearts they have thrilled!
How may with joy they have gladdened!
. Flow many with sorrow have filled!
These threelittle yords are: "I LOVE YOU!"
You see 'th the rely same tale
That you heard there last night by the wood-

Be aetsh the woov's silve veil.
Don't say I know nothing about it
You knoy very wen it is true;
But Katy, my dear, did you tellhi
The same story that a told you


enea of e gas no o gthan
The husband and lover was a youngmechan.
ie of twenty-three. They had loved each
other from childhood, *aud were to have
been married some six months ago, when
she was prostrated by consumption. About
a fortnight before her death, she said that
she had only one earthly wish -.r _. r... .1,
she desir6d to be united to him who- ha
loved her so long and so truly, in the hope
ofteinghisiR heaven! He could deny
her nothing-dre married death! Bolster-
ed up by pillows, and supported in the
embrace of her mother, she was united to
her lover. Hpr feeble voice was hardly
audible, in responding to the questions -of
the marriage ceremony. She was his, and
said she could die without regret. From
then until she passed away she was unable to
speak above a whisper, but she appeared
happy, and though wasted to skip and
bone, a pleasant smile left its impression
on her facy, as her soul returned to God,

. Italir- A good lady who had two children
sick with the iaeasles, wrote to a friend
received a note from another lady, inquir-
ing the way to make pickles. In the con-
fusion, the lady .who inquired about the
picklesreceivedthe remedy for the measles,
and the anxious mother of the sick children
read with horror the following:-"Scald
them three or four times in very liot vine-
gar, and spridde tired well with salty in
a few days they will be cured." "



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J E. MEDDOUGH, at the old stand of Die
therepont, corner ren S in ac
Summer Goods selectedespeciallyinaccordance
th thedy de 1 e oznar et ande
so is well worthy an examination and it
will be a pleasure to show the goods. Call and

May 21. J. E, MEDDOUGII.


(BENE T-' 8 0 ORNE R.)

i M d rC ed n o tim1day
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S1. AligsldiDP S. J1.Ollla'S CO., Ela,

Cheap Goo~ds.


Erite 1%014$1021 Of the COil Which th@
A 1 no m Do a

underwent in the Discovery of 17101--
ida, now just made by a liclalgo of
Elvas. M

MISCOVOff Of $107148,

3,,, ,1..... -..,,,, r.....II c....lo desotoinan
air.0,g.. ....-<**, "1-** L., .r. which is set
forth.3rhahe was,.andalso who w. re rathere
with him, containing soule ..I line
.peediarities and diversities of $1.= . nI*,,
ofa11that they saw and of what befell them.
ORArrzaXX -How the Governorifet
out frCdi illato go to 01ucaea and of

From the tim the -Governor arrived in
Florida uritil he went from Mnuilla thers
illed one hundred and tw'o, Christials
some of sickness, others fell by the hands

6the Inddjustha at u
All the $rne r....a u in to emi.I .

Lsil it us.. -la.)ul-1 .us.: rr II. .

eo eaw I I
ricknowledge of it in L.. 4 a is.. In
four days and re 1. o.ucr..l re
to b a n on sleds 1 uj.. am

svell n a... A I i..: 1 .u .1. . r 0:
what was going oc., r). ; ullo .... ur0.- a

otPA cad bu in faci
dray, u: no. ..3 of pt. .us being about
to r tr 1.. st ..c.. a . L .ua u. .
brakes The men 0 1 Horses we s .

.ie 5... //. 1,

e ai who, -. r he a e.
Thouce towar *. rh ... c. .u..r
marchedilve I 4 a .ma ar.
rived as a rive s ..,; .. r.
'vereludisase 0.. ...
sage. 2.. I .s.h I
, a ca-
.,,,I 3. n, .r 1.. o , et,, ,,,
.3 0... 0, .. o t...... E. 2 <1 wth il: 4. ..1 11. ...] to. river
the seventeenth of December and arrived

3 uneam3 a C smal ru ? t L2
underwent severe cold, for it Was already
winter and show fell: the number
were then lymg in the fields, it being be-
fore they had time to put up habitattaus.
The land was :I,, li so L 1, the people

s ass extil it .

use gr th training .her us
was needed or getaiu vbhthe

vbomTwas on me queo[peatly estee
t sa Ult do s r ,

ritories and subjects: he said thathe would
enuse two chiefs to visii, him in peace;
and in a few days he retur 44 with then a
they bringing their Indians. They pas-
sented the Governor one hundred and fifty

nile2Lwitha clo }ng ot the country suck
one was Alimama ..1 th.: ..ela..r Namiss.,
He of Chicaca candi to :st txid
times: on some occa..van .. r-ad a en,*
and a horse taken a- a 12 ac, be 0 and
to carry him back.di du .1 ..{ 1.
d II .- ad laim, ad I 1.:.....else .... LL.
"""- in cli testI in MA line t..ry
c.... in. 0..: -la, s....> he.10..r ...3
The whole was found to he F.:i..a...J.
to the end that while the I.r.:.:..ra..c
should be absent with him and the force
divided, ri...., would attack the parts separ-
titely, .:..2. to.. One others the other. 11e
...ur rhe.... V.-, is. iic...i and s:m.,
t. .:k tr ts., laur..ned induss
I'm o

to Saquechurna the province of the
chief whom the eaoique said hadre-
belled. The town was uncerianted, 546 the
Indians set fire to it for greater.dissimula-
tion, the people being so very careful and
i vigilant, as were also those that had bees
left in Chicaca, that they d trud not fe, I
upon them., The Governor irmlell stas a...
iques and some chiefs to dirie with him
giving them pork to eat which they so rel-
ished although unused to it, that very
night Indians would up to ...use
houses where the hogs I.:pr. a 0.0 I sw

o mt o
slain lyith arrows, and the other to have hia
bands out of; and being so treated, he
sent the one to the camque, who appeared

rievtehd hbatdt had souoilen d andeglad
half a league from where the Christians
were, in an open country which r wandered
of four of the cavalry, FravoiseqOsorio, Re..
ynoso a servant of the Marquis of Astorgaz
and two servants' of the Governor the one

sATURDAY, Jailtto, assum-

owns Bar Esq., of Palatks,71a., is
duly authorised to not as Agent for the us,
Averstaxx EXA3HNER, RH4 WiliteteiVesub-
actiptions, make collootions, and fooeipt for the
same. .

National Demo ratio Nominations.




General News.
The damage done at the bombardment
of Palermo was ,iturhouse. The treasury
ad G r... 1,andr..I hoixses were destroyed.
,,,,...:,ra..s had been committed
by the Neapolitans. Womon and children
had been massacred. ~
al-t. inal ..ull.:J all the Bildlians;
.. l' s .1 .. \,.: .....s age, 1.. .r 1,3
Nsiplis #111 obably adopt a l....r .1 e... g
situation, eg .
agry ..2pitul l7.... of Palermo has been
signed, and the N...g I 0..- troops have
evacuated the place.
Naples has sent an E. ,as sqEngland
and France.
ag. It is reported that Senator Fitz-
patrick has declined the nomidatiori to run
on the D.:m:1.4 rl.?...t. To this course his
many friends have urged him. *

a a so I -ec .
The Democracy haswithinits ranksatany sound

of njo e edodf t n e
worthy or acceptable thitn the distinguished
citizens who have been p1peed in nominatiop.
The selection indicates the disinterested patrio-
tism of the South in opposing Douglas and his
porni n heresy, wua 11 me t

tual interest audfreadship.
Detter nominations, nor a strover presides
tial ticket, could not gave been made.-Savan-

[sel for the Sr. Ami wissa.]
Sonuat. Lionard3 da Viati.
[The artist who ....*...3 "The LastSup-
per" and yetaturned away from the apm;
please with which it was greeted, bonuse.
liehad gratified a revengeful feelingin
copylog the head of Juits from that of a
personal enemy.]
'Twis Lionardo whoso di qualed brush
Teached the dini covent walls yith sacred
Christand the Twelve dish met again no

Atthe Li p v. swift.inct ed the ... 1.
To see the unrivaled picture; loud the gash
And thunder of applause. But a sigh ,
Burst from the painter, as thejubilant cry
Hailed the familiar Judas. "Ah! I blush!
Though there the linearnents of ohrist appear,

The voice of praise lies on my shuddering

ForIhav unea. Hislove has failed to

Inmyre ulheart, O Jesus blost, far-

[roar ur INER.
0 life! hast thou a charm
That may not wither ersits bloom is fled-
Thoughlikethe tide ofsome):npetuous river
whichmighet17ii its power, gives and re-

Its treasures! 37ave after wave, rolls on-
The one brings hope-love-life!-then rol-
ling back
Beckons another on-which in its rage
Sweepastro spride of youth-the staff of

The gem of life! and scarcely passes on >
Erecomesanother, and 2,3...1 -, I -,.:cs. still
some charm to lure us i. .. .
To the delusion, hoping still'to.find__
somachangeless ti=, some nicar on which

somespellwhic will endure throkigh hinw
Dut soon, too soon alas! we find it elay ;.; ... ii=.. us re .. .=>.

Hu Clar.:se, Z...n : ? -Th.: :J.e...r of
11, Cleveland Leader, who saw she Unica-
go Zouaves drill, thus desorities thern:
The Zouave cadets number some eighty
young men of Chicago, and their drill is
rapid and perfect No one can witness is
and longer wonder that the Austrians could
not stand the "terrible Zouaves. The
cadets are not large in stature, but athele-
tes in agility and strength, moving at the
word of command with the quickness and
precision of steam men. The Zonaves'

1 r as an u3
house." They fall prostrate in opearanks,
fire, load wile lying on their backs, Ie for-

a ofall, fire, andireeoadeo rath8ea ci
erect their charge of bayonets under the
.Zonave yell is irresistibly terrific. They
wear the regular Zouave uniforms, and
present a neat as well unique military ap-
pearance. - -

OR COV F .NI il'




86?** e are indebted to Senator MAL.
aY for mallyimportantpubliedocuments

The gre.I ans; le at Baltimore is over
Af..r the- r ..a ;m--n:s... excitement, as twas
generall),asurich a .1, the convention was
rentandeackparty made a nomination,
All the Southern States, except South Car-
elina, which had no representation at Bal-
timore, together with Yermont,, Massa-
obusetts, New York, P..n..:,1. ,ot., Iowa,
CaHfornia, audg)regaD, retired after the
engagile set at Charleston, and organized
a Coasonsion one but ..ur.....:.-
red Hou SA D.mgi0 .:.1 lil.0...= for
President, and the Hon. Fitzpatrick of Al
abama for Vice President.
The retiring delegates were organized

at fh1 & ve n 0 ePdrees
theyproceededa; to a nomination when

on sel te a he idat to to

y a hde ce ess no Witof

thisoresult we cannot fail to be pleased
BRECKINRIDGE, as our first choice for that
high office. He is a national man, of
lofty principle and ofanperior talent, and
of a noble stock of which to make Pre i

deonts.d We have no doubt, h wi a2
servativesupportfromthe wholeocuntry. If
Isominated at Richmond, as he will un-
doubtedly be, he will carry the South by
acehunat"on, andanivillotl jcurenas natuy

Convention .t Ralue....n.) now does its duty
to the Country, the election of those nom-
inees of the National Democratic rty is
sure. In speaking of this result the Savan-
nahKews.Ahus exhibits ifs shtisfuetion and
exultation. :
"The true Democra resentin a
major@of the States-trith every certain
Thasermie i., ut Union, stead

party, Es.e neast...i 4..< II.u. ..ver vic-
torious banner thenamesof BarcKENRIDGE
and LANE for President and Vice Presi-
dent. .
We desire to congratdlate the friends of
the Utle-n (od the county that there still
exists n AL, on Democratic Party,
whose sound constitutional principles are
recognized arid maintained by majority of
the States in the Union;a party with which
the true interests of the nation are identi-

.":1 DA E b 1685 )
jorit of the American people."
We have no time this week to say more
ofthis happy result, than to congratulate
enr readers, the party, and our wners

Gowantss.**-'I'bisbody was to adjourn
on monday next. The Senate would re-
annin for executive business.

Hon. D. L. Yulee. . 1Kilitary Election, ' [COMMUNICATED.]
TYe find out own opinions with regard The following is the oftoial canvass of Mr. EDITon:-A few months ago I
to this gentleman endorsed in the follow- the returns of the votes enat for Majoi (1....u,;1st I -sw some things in our public
ing from the Cedar, Keys Tctegraph. General of the Eastern division; and o; <.il...> -r12.:1. needed correction, and I ven-
Whatever his opponents may say, Mr. those cast for Brigadier Geniral of the tured to write a communication for your
YULEE's public services have bacu inval- fourth Brigade and of those cast for Colonel paper hinting respectfully at them. I
unble to Florida. We are not yet r@bon- of the 17th l1egiment of the Florida Mill. found out afterwards that it made a quiet
eiled to his withdrawal, and we still en- tia, as certified by the Secretary of State, little fuss, which so scared me that Ihave
courage ourself to believe that some mo- the00mptroller; and the Treasurer of the ini@resumed to write any more lettersto
tives may yet be urged upon him which State, the legally of 1.... I red ..4-.. the the EXA3HNEn up to to pressi2t time.
shall reverse his present intention, and whole number of v...t..s .,...1 f.:.. 11..: replace him in the Senate, -with the inter- Major General of the Second Division of ageousman, an.dit all may bg true. Ini
ests of our young and thriving state in Florida Militia was eighteen hundred and not quarrelsome ulyself,,and disliketo bare
his hands. thirty-four, (1,8333) that. of these votes any man quarrel with me especially on the
Since the publication of Mr. Year's 8. R. Pyles received the number of nine subject of r... In-l... L 5- usin, is ,ad eon
1. rt. rd clin:... f..rthey oilicial honors, by hundred and five, (9053) 5. St. Gen. Rog. victions. P.,r I to -l..(.g. .1 seeing
.u.dr. nang hous the Senate we have con- ers receiVGd the number of seven hun. nor thiding though T.I. I .. .e....i -c..t...:

2 e erats a% -i., 11, 1.-or ..ajjj dredandflfteen, (7153) J. M. Commander I read the 1..\.. *** = r- constantly, and
upon the matter wtla rt. Fu. p. received the number of two headred and someticises I like it and son:etimes I do
l l..:, i....L e.. ..0.3 in .au 1... I a -vo 1 > three (2033) and devon (11) scattering. not so yell. Go on ivhh it Mr. Editor---
tell 11.--; he.: ..r thi4 .J.,l.rqu..I. d;, The whole number of votes cast for the your energy and enterprise in sustaining it>
17Wo is about to retire;and find none, who 017topof Bligadier General of the Fourth with the good faithiotyour patrous and the
e s.. ... Ps.- bu..i-... of responsibilities brigade was six hundred and sixty-two, good service of some of your helpers, will

$1 e tl a "ein on 18ta who (6623) .1,,r .:.r these irates Thomas LGd make a success for you in the opd. Never
could till that oilice with credit to them- with received the number. of three hun mind As vicers and opposition ovenom e

ed by Mr. I mmLoall m. J .1 t... had not State Nonunal4ons. st .1to a ,:-, wheuser were w too much
fought so manfully for this bill, the sold- Gen. MuTom, on the 23d ballot, re. of it. Now in my opinion "W" and "Z's

iti;,wo'"ivYo'tm MM p 1 e nT ceived 105) votes, the exact number ne- 11ave had their share of space in your col-
Florida have presetW6 to hi he has cessary to a choice, and was nominated. umns, especiallyasthey appear to be far-
quickly responded. He is th father" Amotig the prousipent competitors for the ther from the end of the discussion than
of the Internal, Improvement System, and place, Col. Philip Deltof Alachua county, they were when they opened the charge
the great projector of a mighty system of (whoonthd first ballot received 561 votes, upon each other. They have shown how

fi"e'0 ofj's"i"alop w 6,? {= ilton Blakbtun anart they arrea aan weh n er gbia
preJ 800 inaugurated in this old City, Spanish
The subjoined 6xtract from a correspon- Queen-
dent of the CHarleston Courier, is also Mr. HILTON, was nominated on tho l2th 'though its lineage and tastes may be. Th 7

el i 8 I s Se r tirectiv g 1261.(letIlls Open hao ash tthe pBeasure)of lets agrPli e
hold, in another dection of our State. Col. G. C. Yonge, 001. Rogers, and J. G. "asides" at each other, and what have
"In discussing the Internal Improve- Smith Esq. they done and what do they ex icot 'to do
I ments of Floriday I feel that I only per- ........ after all They have amazed us by the
form an act ofeommon justice when I pay ER., We have received a reply by Z" depth of their learning and research, and
apassingtributotothe FATHER Of 11080 LOWhathe styles "W's" wew positionin amuseduslytheir nice poisonalitie.sand
Improve ents. To the Hon.D. L. YULF.E, regard to (110 forms of Excommunication. delicate charges of ignorance aqd protea-
o he Utised St t18enateitis ochilelly, if A due regard to the state of our columns tiousness--and leannot see thatdz ill the

rea e uI re.1t railw y stem wljqux and the amount of .:. we have in hand room they have taken up in your shall
now progressing so rapidly towards com compels us to defer this article till next sided paper that they have established aby.
Illetion in Floridaand which has already Week, when fe shall take pleasure in thing.vro or com about the "hful' in
advanced so ,.,2,11. the rosperity of publishing it, lialyss the bustle and busi- contention. Now Mc. Editar, supposh they

d,' .ris an afbl fu& 1 "as of Fourtigof July should crowd upon, bring the,4,olves to a .focus pretty soon,
ance in grappling with obgneles which us too hard, and occasion another week's so you can give us a little more variety it
few upen would have .coeountered, Flori- delay-but we hope notto be delayed, the space they ocenpy ? We think
da would most probubt, i., 1.1, a found -- overy body but the combatants, would be
five years hence as she I..: ti... ,. .... ago, A tough Hide ziocessary for Public pleased with that arraugetheat, and ma-
with but twenty miles of railway within Life- jorities rple in this country. Give us
herborders. Palmam gal merit fera' enW11 beastncouldspealsthee preh80 movemiscellaneous matter--,give usmore

Struck with Lightning. cruelty and injustice of man, who over- than a column a week. of "doSoto" and his
Porsomedayspastwe havebeenfavor loadedhis back with burdens, and his to m fr ita w a to

ed dh Imosedaily sh wera, ofto acconm earcass with nuinerited blows, and coal ng d side presetnsearate.sto(}ive
On a urda e dt N ve a Phear oor 9ia ei j t unit an u Httle more poet ,v or et no a haL

as well as "W" and "Z," in your columns.
miles from town. Besides doing eouszd. man, it far exceeded his power as a god I do not know but this plainness and
erable damage to the premises, it entered but be would do the next best thing for presumption may provoke a tillat.nxe from
the room, wheri the family was sitting, the ass, and give.hint a good tough hide> the and partially stunned its occupants. Miss to enable him to bear the galling burdens
O'HARA, the daughter of War. P. O' and blows that man unjustly lays upon fo e oui onn eprotee ion.plSa
HARA Esq, of Charleston, and grand him. Now no man should enter upon pub- at me with their theologies weapons. I
daughter of Mr. ALVEREZ, remained lio life without assuring himself that he is might etanst up and fitae Revolvers or
senseless for some time. By means of as well off as Jupiter's ass, in the essential. Bowie knives, but I am certain their wea-
water and other applications, she was par- partieglar of a thick skin. For he must Id hit in the back
tially revived, and brought immediately to not think of passing through public life, pons wou mp Yours,
town. After remaining* under a partial with better fortune than an ass, and must CITIZEN.
stupor for nearly twenty four hours, we lay his account with having to bear many ,
are happy to state, she appears to have en blows and overweighted changes. JrJr- The late destructive tornado at the
tirel rGCOVered. The hair on thp side of West, according to the calculation of the
7 1.1.. ... ine, swept over the space of
lier head was singed, and down the side of The Origin of Artists' .. 1..>. ...3, and fifty miles, without
her face and neck was a red strip as ofa Ts is indeed remarkable that the most diminution of force-maiting towns, farms>
burn. On her chest the electricity seems distinguished artists have not been born in 1.... -l. ...1 .-. .;, abi... .r : .,,, race of
go have divided; a part eyeaping by the an arth-il: 4.1.-, -, .... :r,'a posipipn of life II .0, "fl''ll - a .od de-
arm, and a part coursing down the body. more ...:.,3. T. Le....L.l.: to the cubu .. ...r "" 're 3...xs .<. c.. [au .. ,,3 w},,1.
Having received so powerful a shock as artistic genius. They have nearly all had j tdr erTlysco 0. EPrri
every mark indicates, the eteape of Miss to force their way upward in the ace of mighty tempest. The course of t h.:,
O'llARA 18 extraordinary. poverty and witnifold obstructions. This do is now traced from Fort Dodge, Webster
W derstand that M A Gainsborough and Bacon were the sons of County (Iowa), more than two .hundred
e un r8. LVEREZy 010til-workers; Barry wasanIrish sailor b miles west of the Mississippi River, to the
the anut of Miss O'HARA, was, at the- oy, northeastern corner of Ottowa County,
time sitting on the piano stool, playing on and Maelise a banker's apprentice at Cork) Michigh. Nor is it at .all probable that
the piano, and that the charge'was so Opie and Romney, like Inigo Jones, r ,;,.. ri,.,, .,o _...,r.3evistation isyethnown,
strong asto disable her from rising; yet carpenters; West was the son of a writ to...qi. .J.....ra .0 at both extremes leads
sh Quaker farmer in Pnnsylvania; Northoote us to hope that, however far it may have
e never lost consciousness.. The other travelled, it did not involve much more
partyin the room was similarly affected. was a watchmaker, Jackson a tailor, and destruction of human life than is already
.All had narrow escape, with the vivid Etty a printer; Reynoldia, Wilson and known. The time occupied by the tempest
lightning thus sporting around them. It Wilkie were the sons of clergymen; Law. in making the entire distance cannot, yet

C p u a obe ty a magn an a the sj S epuWea audinTu aot We ly
der showers. The instinctive apprehend, it is true, originally had some connection Michigan, on Sunday night.
sion of the danger, inspired by all tht\ with, art, though in a very humble way,
murmuring and flashing of the darkened such as Flaxman, whose father sold plaster PzasowAL.-Mr. John Appleton, late
heavens, in no way detracts from the sub. easts; Bird, who ornamented ten trays: Assistant Secretary ofState, was confirmed
lime spectacle; and man shrinks appalled Martin, who was a coach painter; Wright on Friday by the United States Senate as
before the power and majestyof Him, who and Gilpin, who were ship painters; Chan- Minister to 4ussia, and Mr. W. H. Tres-
throws over us this mighty pall, alt( trey, who was a carver and gilder; and eat, of South Carolina, who has arrived in
wields for purposes of his own this resist. David Cox, Stansfield and Roberts, who Washington, has been fully appointed to
less and terrible artillery, were scene painters. his place in the State Department..

~__ _~__ i

LLpersonsindobtedtotheE tateofSTEPH.
EN MARTIN late of St. John County de-
ceased L. al i a .0

1.1.0 1. r
"' r.. to
.12m I
June 9 2m.

Thidlill R Rie 10 CharleSIOR

The -New and Splegadid

ITOn Steaker


u ...
. r N. .s
'p .1 0 rr. si
7 L .n .i'aur-
I i 1.
ties Intr

ng ont 8 n /, /ting at a ort I ff-
ton, Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville, and
all intermediate Jaadingson the St. Johns River

toP 0 ft : 1,al..---1 2:3.1. ,*- FL..I
:_ ,, ,, L'= -1...- .". i. IROV&.
Savannah-J.P. Brooks.
M 31-Clntleston-E Lafatte AbCo.

LL personsiatel:estpdfy theEstateofAlferd
A McCrabb[ deceased, or in the )state of
John W. McCrabb, deceased, late of St. John

o Cai 1 o Co\
Estate of seized and possessed to wit S. E. ( of Sec-19
T. 11 R. 14 E. and W. ( of Spe. 20 T. 11 R.14
EAnd R. W & of Sec. 29 and N. E. } ofSec. 30
and E. } of S. E. ( and W, J of S. W. } of Sec.
9 otf T. 11 S.dR 1 at Ce t odf a ad
and E.) ofR. W. ( of See. 11 and North Half

pa eo t i 01 o a
un y of tto sohns n do h Monday of

April 14- -1860, Sm.

Yvirtueof anExecution issuedoutof the
isreverdiatheEasternCircuitof Florida andto
me directed and delivered in favor of William B'
Giles et. al. vs.EufusK. Sewalland wife, Thave
Levied upon and will expose for sale at Susan-
nah, Brevardcounty Floridaonthe let Mondov
of April l859, al the usual hour of safe the f-.1
rne1t oes lonja t ee Hun
Thirty-three Acres, being the third part ofcer-
taingrantof landcontaining16,000 acresmora
at 8 a pl t dant 8 ue

In a M **- 1 -a until the 1st
, The above sale is postponed until the first
odeThrony 1 impostponeduntilthe.first
syin y.
The above sat is postponed until the first
Ti as ]as lu .ie
fI.; e. I .3 postponed until the first
Monday, in September next.
The above sales postpone4 until the first
Monday in October next,
The a epostTued until the first

ITnd ion me post ned until the first
The above sale is postponed until the first
monday in January next.
M aabin is pa oned until the first
The above sale is postponed until the first
Alondayin April next

m ai la e .postponed until the first

a deaya un ne t. L

Monday la July next.

re Em3Bev 'm
March In g ty,

BoARD or <.'..0 Tr '** INISSIOLYERS,
bi ..1*.*8 5 001;[ MT>
A ................,........on,
of St. Augustineon the 10th of Aprill860. .
"It was Resolved, That the president of the
Boardbe; andis hereby authodzed to Lease the
Bridge crossing the St Sebastine River in St.
John County for the Term of Five Years for the
the 10 ofJune next, -subject however to such
obliglitionendcondition, as the said Board
shallrequire; the Lesireetochargeand receive
the following rates of Toll so datablished 1.
the said Boardfor and during the said Term '
Years, and insure to, and be for the special
Rates of Toll-authorised to be charged for
crossing said Bridge,
"Por man and Horse--3 cents.
2 ece i rith 2 Horses 9 eents.
4 WheeledVehiclewith4Korsel2 cents.
a Beefoattle per Head 3 oents, (or any
cattledriveninforMarketthesame toll.)
Horsesdriven inperHead3-cents.

the*" M h Cows belonging to the citizens of
ityr (paggypg,
gPres. Board come comassioners
P. S. The Conditions and obligation eq -
ed by the Board can be known by application
to its President.
April14-1860. s 24,

.tosnNs.10CNCY GI*NUnirE. 1Retailp*r
Oanon $14,=.* Lamp idr, Shades. a= r-1.=c-J,. ca .. Eluid, Sperm OiL Sperm on.Jhs
r\.r@gigar 8, g,(Aggy

E Ti it, Ld 0 CO Trnme & ke,

-ts. d-1 rel a B. E. CARE

ifgP 101 01 ROAllig Chairs.

June 2 1800.

p J gypgg pp.
OUR, I .1 TRA FA3///, y
aon as



De f k T A

<,6. ru l., H I' Drongw).
No. Sl ROH ICRY. New rk.
E '- 5 .ca1,ur lies ....,;-.9 EAh-.chs. arni . r L....o,-a E.,:... c.)Chr 1.- erre, a
amazza... . ..1 rt,.
in the United States.

to .l/ 1 Ic..rJ. r .r, r ar* forre-ors,
Their Stock consistsb p r. La or I'urse -
and TValnut
all?** i. WE AB OOD.SEAlitWOPLE, all qualf.
8, 11 ur,, Eng and SPRING MAWRESSES, A
large stock; ENHELED DEMER FUMay 5
i sets, from $2'd to $100.
Jan 7114nd and Extension Post

Set e UN a

No Goods Re [21 ed on Tune.

ALL the La . .jr )ri n,,,n-s rt:m.. .1
d of felom its to a Home art to -si i** **
e Consist wr se.
ing of 40 Bedsteads all Sizes; 80
3 I . I .0 1 =12. r I J-
sy, . .0 .;u,. g
* --- kma li In- r 11 .
'm--n[ a

ag E 011:!\

KOICE bunch Raisins, Citron, Currents -
arzCed leassortedP ser snJe]1 Ging
Nuts, Pea NutsEnglish WalnutsHickeryNute.
Jan. 21. B. E. CARR, .
-lension DLDIDg TQbleS.
1 1abi ;.J., u.....J. Car J Ta
15 L. C.ikit*

ARGE Siz ae I ale Roo Glass
ult 2 Ic., BE 4.1lot,

75 I ... r 141..1- L...1,
80 . Z.. I .., .J.,

a, er r 44

APai u sG BT al LI R

200511 POf f iPS
L :ca....) a is sF. apply .if Real., Orac

6 IN.NL1 1 Cul. Store
et 15)
LSO RI*.L fl/till litietiMILil AND
A casson .. me
May 5-1600.
AMS, Bacon, Pork,,Lard, Shtter, Pola-
toes ). E. CARR,
May 5-1860.
( liOil'E 00f.iE'S
pHOICE II..<.. .J....I i*-s 0--1:
1; Pt.rr......w...s i.cqu.-, pulcise Tongue,
.. an.,: It at. 4.1.1 1 we .
J 1 B. E. CARE

BibliflROre Provisionsi
OATB fgg,
Por Saleat S, E. CARE,
FFOM BRililliol'P.

Gerar'cl .4:-s...rm.erst or choice Groceries at
lowest Prices for cash.
Mareh28-1860. B.E. CARR]

isle:In has 0.>. tl.... ...rl...r Fu...r.L:s 1.;- [c.:.1van.1-:I. 4f EE* *" '* *1 **** I .-urp..r
c...mited.m. al.-:* L l-iran ps, ,,,, ,a -=. unne:.. ..-r r..a. ann...,r
.r .c.v:-...-.1, is cs, in-=n: 1 ,, ,,,,4 (4 ... I
and labutwell (1... linjurere n .s...] to,[... ris.. F...Ilan I s usu.I.*.* -1* p 0,,,rural i pr ar r-2.**I 1. all re-.
gr*,as. rul.:cy thes...aL higander 8 U. r a ....rall 1.. m.3 ,r it .... .( it *1. 11,., ir L an ni inty. !u .
how.:. 111...rsals.: i).>..IG*I li* *1 1 P *.ar.....[ rb. .n .r. ,,,,,-ra .-- ..r.e..r a.- p
he or I': a an 1* b* I }si *1 1 o r e a a MAERIED in 0110 Cityof CharleS60H, B. C. On

Gods. The friars, the priests and other tion of suljects not yet properly before us it is af isf e tt e 10 the evenifig of the 20th by Rev. W. C, DANA
principal personages solicitedhim to a... m...... .i...o.astheyarereached 1- ... Ti D.1).Mr.JAMESW ALLENofthisCityto

m:.13::1:,dj o e 8 a 80 a RAH HO rouly Daug
vtben about ordering them to be taken out th s dead, and my action upon that occasion, the set earn$gs of the Road. This, that is the
to the town-yard to be, behquded some In. I.. branch ofthe con- manner in I i.. ...11, ,, . ,1dished MAIL ARRANCEMENTS,
dians arrived, sentby the chief to complain opinions. ..cs., a 1. ..r State 5 E TY SC II EDULE .
.4 1.t.:su J3.0 Ortiz at the entreaty of idan r e arri t and 1 ... Es..t 1.- . .1 Northern Mail closes Saturdays nt 9 P/M.
16)t-la.r .Jo I.hile.gos and others changed given expression to by Dr. ? I al. of I -. . IL.4 .11 I Ine I 1- and Thursdays at 11 A. M.,

as I 1 0 omhto tvish hii is deem8 ; o**j eni im to am)>t from a.catio j r Souther.n Mail closes on Saturdays arid Thurs-
0 tians had been secured on his account inconsistency and screen, .,-. . n .... . Is...t the poorest r . II....1.. . days at 8 A. M.
who were not iqfault, havingoffai2ded him subvelt and destroy the, n, > the poprest .. pays more revouue 24. al. ... Mail is due on Thubdays and Sat-
in nothing, and that if he wpuld do him a i toof h6 demo riatithei 1 ur der,- sa e Treasdiry atidl eacollutty up Statea3e So 181 s Frid at 12 lif. &
In ar, to let il..:., 4a fr...: 11. c. In tl... Tu the rule r.... 11 .... I Added,,takes less out et either, by yes legisla- on my a^
,II us is.: :- ...1 El...* 6. Ir OJ r 1,. .. .es a r. .: u. There in to. L .lfer widely ylth Dr. tion; esp he account for this inconsistency? Sundays at 5 P. M.
el ..1; and w..a...i 1 r b .... v. 1. purr..1,. Westcott, .r . ..s declaration, of his ,ri... 1, 1. .1. ,,i ,.,1 ,,,,,..0 of his opin ons or Sunday the office will be open for delivery

.ds),. .0 .. le: . Treas ry3f to at asso st froOmF E F RS From 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.
r. .) F. -<>um I bb in-. th . . . in directing the at- hatred of tl e fai ......-1. 1 .uneda 11 .
a en.)r J.-a--runes..-i It 2 su. mention of the public to is political characten Can he or will b. .au.. .. . to a ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE

Qu<:-lay lb*, <.;1.15 L ul... ...1 ..u , .. .. 1. L
cadques i (; .i's sub 1* bu 4 L 1.. r r -

.. v..a y ..a Jul 4. .,ul.3 1..: .r (1 .r , ,, . r to its construction prid equipment, in furnish- Tate rL Go
8 :Ial, to ra.. i. ib. .. ... F. Ip 1 lural.. r. ing aid for those purposes, in the shape of the mes, said 1 --r . F r Et.
attention. At 1. .1*..1.. su L's.. ..,,,,,,, i na ry o alternate sootions of swamp buds. At play be Johns, in .. : .utd@f :. I uty-
the Indians came upon us...o .u 1. ..p v3. and p support of the scousa- asked to what extent is the State a party to seven east c. 1 e. co.u ...7 and
..,u 2. u inteistand so ,acon 4 ,, or refused to contr9- this transaction? It will not be denied thst' Isitu .o la. .. .uc 1. r .i..t in

..ti ce.. .1 th y lies a drum ve n o es any waliseenataedtob thetverylent Tern CL II A. HANKINS, Ad'tratrix
L I, tir outaj a had his double barrelled pol tical history upon the tity generally constable in a f., I u ., Th I /
ground of gives to Westcott 44,400, acres of Land; th
1een ut ,pf whic when those in the towII declaration, ** . .a hund at $1 25 per acre, is worth to the State in

s, [ :1..11 he useha ab enb n i5his n re ti s"--r/minis one of round figures NG,000,-loosthis loole like a
(ice of .. three b ..... .0 = o be of the the well Assor holO 200 Ar- "private project?" If the State be a puby are
listch tir of them men of low Phas swon .uau's interest, is there not.the people interested? How then can it be, LL persons indebted to the Estate ofgWil-
. ..I J the least value of any hi It ije 1 168 left 20 i f in "strictly a private project of Dr. Westcott's." itume amR ee used are requested Jo a
in U..., the thirdd a liophest of the fact that, Westcott does not own or pay taxes "and no.t a legitimate subject of newspaper all -. r .. *> : '**
13 ....r.....r .., had b deemed a brave on any city property whatever; one may be comment?" Persons are excusable, however, are required to present the same within two
man until then, showed himself pardoned for as sxllusion to hid personal alfune, for. hazarding such broyd 4eclarations, when years, or this notice willbe plead in baroftheir
as great a coward as any of the rest. under the circumstancles--his p ort myay accompayied with an unequivocal admission of an payment. .
Tr. all fled, and the Indians finding no sed, w as my ignorance of the.p bc policy of the country* June 80 1 ORGE COLEE, Admimstra cr-

a sn n h ai Pd aubtdi utfo1 'eeto t fe lisitSo 1 opec hatthe avali tune to de xind con qixe mmendermli x i theeji n NOTICE.
1. 1.1 th* Of a the el no out of letd ler y li my aw 1. e U...raser aif 1-* 1 us..(.g. -r1 r t put upon that ofotl ers. His two epistles can subjects. tion to the Judge of Probate-of St. Johns
. at .s 6** > elag, r an ... a, I .) but EUTAW. county for a final settlement, and for my dis-
ye a ...0 t. .1.& ...) r is blinded His first .. charge as the Administratrix of the of Estate
by the on dri 1.r htness of the Mr. Calhoun, there.. - bful The track wode of the Florida Rail Road \Yilliam Theabout, deceased, late of said county.
flame, k.. n p .. a L *.4 4 .. going' o oansto the 3 r (from Feivandina to Cedar Keys) has been Feb. 18. 1860. AI, D. HEdlNi DrEZ
or were 1 1** ird 1 .. a HiEi, or put agd- from other authors, a defence of completed with the exception of trestlin.,

I .d.. lib u. 1.2 olives whirl indu sh isn b tisoc "" e I e oOdLoLnEtC Ein Au-

/ any ir re burn d a . / o stic ti us1 on a or a the L. .1 he vi steresti gust nex be e the Cour I oussin the

ea at a fudo a e w / .0 t adinj n Presidents have lmen devotedly Christiall T 4 exp@/s du/ he
1 FL I Idin, 1.. to *,. u*.u-. /. 110 has -r he has womey-a fact which has no .unimportant 9 1 e he of Mrs i to wit.
1.. --I .. r E... 10.> ... but ..1 c.1. . ., of the hearing upon the olyaracter of our Chief
thera his own at he pleg r b 20.1 su f l.. to to wam d overflow ed Magistrates, and upon the conduMaf 4heir 3
....sustonce ordp..ill- =.i" .. adsarenot car severaladministrations. "" I. .-0,
F.....I -'sLr r6.. >..1 10. 1* I -u- sothat East and estby publa ands, and Southby
uld not discern hat the haddon 1.. ..1 1 us tract of Leonardy andpublielands. Being see.
tl^ b liercathat the b ,p i, .., n... ], ., his present vie vs," i referace to the light of COMPLL11ENT TO A CARULINIAN.-Wm. 62 of T. 5. 8. It. W E. and according to the
at the Trustees of the Internal interovement Fund fleury Trescot, Esq., of South Carolina, Government surveys containing 1,185.94-1000
1.mse were the ca. A. .1....... 1 . .11 ,, \vb n 1836 he desi nated as the "Internal acres. The whole of said tract has been here.
on them. Tale tr .. *., 0.1 J. r a 1 Itu o inent alieveIrvite.s hold and disapnde of has been called to the position of First As" tofore assessed to Wm. Travers.
hint named Tapia, alone I u......t 1 es? ., . 3 ... ...,, ,,,.. sistaut Secretary of State, vacant by Mr. A.D. ROGERO, Sh'll &Ex-off. Tax.
who charging upon the 1- 2** .. .... 1. of (1 ... ** 1 I il-- II al. Appleton's appointment as Minister to Jan. 18 r &Collectors Johnscounty.
down the first of them he ca no to with a expl Sardinia.
blowof the4ancebus went over xtiththe "In ou i neof the9th hetherby vinioud No.11VJackeralinIIandTubs.

en t.i ty r It ah t is a Pray- Imi Lo8gs reet, tindistinguishoc} A ovie ve 3 killerring Sardine,

of the town came together there: the 6. John A. I)ix, of New York, have been ap- .'
dians belierfug as a was dark that the . .. pointed by Mr. Buchanan to represent our A FAlkflLY ECESSITY.

P80mdsweee ete t oug eed th testo truthfulndin tiallexqmina 8 Inm die 0 erpiaoamdeetS : r- -ts;
only one which was he the Governor Is he entitled to the right op protection of any ca .. i.r ....J .1, . .;.0 ,,0 p., ..0 ag
Sucte. The towlilay in cinders. A wo. discription, from ... .., ; Are ye to London, on the 16th of July next. severely-one hand almost to a crisp. The
left ah I be told that he mac, .1.. u .. Is the ex- torture was unbearable. It wasay ifyfulsight
man having ouse wit I her husband examination to be supprg ed ujion the ground giar* A good joke is told of one .of the * The Mustaug Liniment appeared
went back to get some pearls that had re" that, his opponents a po man? Where is the 4 ord f J oill On to extract the pain almost immediately. It
mained there, and when she.would have semblance of justice in his attempting to evade secon er o apanese cers/ healed radidlyand left no scar of account.-
come out agaiQ the fire had reached the it we such grou 1:" I ,, 1 therefore, Saturday be went into a barber's shop mear Charles Poster, 420 Broad Street, Philadelphia.,,
door and she could not, neither coqki her believing that .. should be the hotel, in have his tousure fresh Itis truly a wonderful article, It willoure any
husband th ra a 17 bin' n y is i 1 a psa; h t sh yee whic as accordingly done, I 61 o

fire la so bad a [.11glit that one of them fastidious taste, it will at leads, contain some qu g. g tang has frequently saved a valuabled horse.-
died so three p from that timer and the wholesome truths, having a tendency to influence the barber in i t* I-:r >-:-:*.=*.1 st. :T his tonsori- It cures Galls, Sprains, Ringbone, Spavid and
a s,, 41,, ce Gr k-ag which wercharried in his minduapg n me a snPice jsPeam at al prices in the Empire from which he r doef he 2joef mitations. ,Sola in all
as hr .. El., ...I **I' Whiels were taken on qud devoutly hoped by myself at least. cape, taking from his pouch and placing in I AI\NES&PARKProprietgrs, New York.
the 3..*ulici- .4 lis la son i..r otherwise thel It is proposed therefore, to return to his the holds of the liarber one copper cash, June 9 1864. Im.

I so 4.. 'b p Theibdiedo @saCip me 1 is 1 # a f 41 <.got...r which are equal to one cent. So -

7.,::,<:::,:::. e:: a,2,,t" $.jby doi ,E GH R 0 Abra Sm OP BRI@e
luck any one liad been able to save a gar- section in the istate, as recited in the origisme .
Inent until then it we 0.. .< do. law, are we dependens for the revenue, consider- Guise, of Gettysburgb/Pennsylvania, died a r; 0. .
stroyed. Many remained rate J. <.11 bay. Ing our present and prospective pecuniary }ia- there receilty at the age of forty four years. .1 4 4,,... ... ,..-4
ing had time to.gatchup their skin dresses. lines to i of the fi ti "f4 irn "They were born and rain.. i t.......rl== r, e... L L L. ). 6 ].2 II .8 may be
In that place they underwent g ea\suffer- .s., sp. a >.....s .. ..uye or other~ er separated fo? a single I.T. In d...ia; tiscar es.. pp '"
ing from.cold; the only Telief being In large wise ren re2of e.1- ts . again page I if
direp: and they passed the night long in 8, fily a judicious management of this land lives; took the ERue diseg88 WORBIOS;) died
turning without the powertopleep;foras anocentsper acre, we canin a shorttime, withinafewhoursof eachotherand were BLACK AND GREEN TEA.
so increase our pqpulatxogand the value of our ,, eg ..,_.3 y 4 z g ,
que side would warm on the other estates, that but a small tax only will Ivi re. buried side by side in the same grave. it., ., I .,: 3.. ... 5, e. ,
would freeze. Some contrived mats of quired fo redeem Promptly every indebtedness June 23, 1860. B/E. CARR
#ried gzpas sowed together, one being ava thus for the future preserve untarnished On a late trial, the Great Eastern made '
placed below and the other above them: the credit of the State." KING'$ HOUNTAIN
in who 12Dghed at this necessity after- The first of the aboke quotations is somewhat only thirteen and a half knots an her, at
any betterdoctrinethanthelait. Astothalast,4side h atest eed * 4
hard compelk.1 1-- do the same. The Chris" from the ten Kenttheory, it is objectionable up- er gre sp 8011001,
Elbareas WH? kil ....,broken up that what enthe groundef ."we"and "our," whichap-
with the mint --I the saddles and arms pearrather conspicuously to be in good laster AN ELOPEMENT CASEs-Quite an el- YORILYILLE, SO. CA,
which had been destroyed, had --the In- Itis conclusive for my purpose, which is to show .tment was created in Havre de Gra
I he th that he manifested a determination to be gov- ce> HE attention of Parents and Guardians is
dinni return<. 11.*. second mg ey ernedby an equalaystem of taxation. Now, Md., by the arrival of a runaway couple respectfullycalle4 to the advantages of-
:night with intile cli...rt have been over' letmfollow.hizatchis Railwaycharter, grant fr ilm Del. Th edby this LL.r-tu=. u The Principals are
powered. Tiny removed from that town east the session +1858, about two years after am IDgtOBy 8 JOung man gradutesof the ig.1,r..*,. Academies of South
to rhe on, in wb... b the 0acique was ne. promulgating the above "views."' Here itis.-- was named Cox, and was about 19 years of Carolina, and their assistants have been selected
cualamed 10 11.<, it being in the open Ac. 10. Be itforthergenacted, That the capital age, and hailed from Gooigia. The your with great care. Their classical teacher is a
field. In eight days time they had con stPo r nea eC, 11$ithe roso2 h esjrned lady was named W4tkips, 14 years of age 6 1 atea1n A r a e Mas beC r
structed many saddles and likewise houses and property of every description, shall from Tennessee. The young man was at- fully prepared in Paris, France. This Insti-
lances from the ash as good as those made be exempt from taxation while the Road is un, Lution is modeled after the Military Apademies
in Biscay. der construction, and for the period of three tending the Military Behool at Wilming- of South Carolina, and a classical department
years thereafter, and, after that, the said Rail- top and the young lady was a pupil qt Mr., is added, thus affording athorotigh educational
11@, In New York city a-call has been w anoi $,e jai Grimshaw'q School at the same place.- 2 sa location is chqual to any in point
issued forannassmeeting, under the ans- one half of one per ceist. per annum upon the The telegraph was.put in requisition, and terms: For every expense except clothing,
pices ofthe oYoupg Men of New York," netannualincomeofsaidRailway, for thetrane, an oflieer undertook to arres) them;1mt he' s se a goeol a otennam i in APPI
to raise "materialwaid" for Garibaldi and portation of passengerstraightand other things' produced his marriage certificate all right. will please be mqde an early as possible*
the Sicillians. The Vanderbilt's news has See pamp.laws oth session 1858, page 9{, Sec- lie la hands d h tB Maj. M. JENKINS, :
excited the greatest enthusiasm in the tion 16. This does not look as though he were T dy is very ome an er paren Capt. A. cqwARD. Principals'
sity forboth, disposed to stand to his opinion: there is a wealthy. HeandhisbridereturnedSouth. June2-1880. 7t.

14T A.*

-. 4,
... I --I e- 1..
.rJ 1.: 1.r ..IL,. .vr

Michael Neligan, Godfrey Foster 1 0 D.
Rogero. June .

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anw ronxMasos.

m:n. anmeans, .

ESTAllLISHEli IN 1928,
T.11. Chambers, Piano $1anu-
(g '87g
(Formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.)
Warer00m8 jnthe "Bible 501189,"
Cor. 8thStreet & 4th AVenRef
NEW yggg gyrgy
Thla is a ndist le phe.. 'u purchase. OrdBPB
by letteifaithfullyexecuted, and perfoot satiB.
hotio artletteed
y' ag p. ..if /.3 eirmular, voitle descrydonof
.wr a .r.rre ...
March81--lif0 Em.

AT 'I'OCo.I to ri,<. St. Johne L..r.. f 1. reals is now open
Tel the ra ..r n ..( Boarders.
Thus[Is.11,.4 receistlybeen
banals as. ely in Is an the East
adedI.bes..pol.n:1.-..r a rt. .xbovePicoq
Intenadi cmirw.o be r J BRhilRotid
A. lugh .;<....:, r..
unts. th
lion. r r th to

.. Psar r Fu 1
Lets. -


AR2T ED 1 t Extratfor i
only 5 blla. Remaining. B. HeCARE.
May 91860.
Indelible Ink*
L CE ndIted Ink. Letter, Nets. and sta-
nery. B. E. CARR,

For Sale at B. E. CARE

#3'.018 JialtilROTe*

A "" ""
Mara.[ @ in*C" [ [',. rap

LI the Furniture of 40 blooms removed
fa comtr e tao I .Housewillbedispos-
..Gonsisting of---40, Bedstends all Sizes; 80
Matrasses; [Hair and moss;] ]50 Feather Pil,
Ipws; 40 Bureaus Mahogany &c., 20 Dining
tomsor e$ Mrp .101 s; p .
SheetsQuilts,8preads,0roch=<_ L.I..I..nil' 6-
sils; and an extensive assortment of all kinds, of
appendages required in a large Hotel MUST
BE SOLD. B. E. CAhts.
May. 12-1860.

CHOICE bunch Raisins, Citron, Currants,
Dates, assorted Preserves, Jelly, Ginger,
dried Apple, Almonds, Pecan Nuts, Brazil
Nuts, Pes NutsEnglish Walnuts, Hickory,,Ruts.
Jan.21. B. E. CARE.

3 Ad IToan1 s d BT d a Ta-

Looking Glasses.
L a..a..."'""""'" "'i'EcomA '
- "ne 2 1860.

PAI (g "jj' g ,
76 KegsPureWhiteLdad,
SO do Zink do to
Per Panner- re B. E. GAER.
arse v 1. .1

Fresh Groceries,

cramn, e.


AMSUncon, PorkLard, ButterPot
my it --17.1
O Hm Beef, ess Bee meas

From Baltimore,
Bushels Gorn 150 BagsCorn100 Bag
41 Bbis Laoff 0 1 s.Flourg5 Bb1s Pork
March 24-1860. B. E. G4RR,
Iord, h eived akAlso tter, Chee C kers,
June28, 1860,

..5,. ... c.. s y.. c.-r if .-ass ns.. v '
VRers so a our or enE1R HOLES TO DIES

''Costar's" Eaf ,Ra .idJ.&P.E rulinIL-
Costar's Bed-bug EKEErninEroF.. th
"Co Electric Powder, for Ip--
segfs, &O,

-la E n [ 1.. tr,..
in short, every form and species of

10 Years established in New . Or r- 4
by the the Catjr P. Ir. .- Cal 1.. a
and Station Ifouse-a. Day men, L -
ke.---thedCityHotels, Ast2or, 5prk to
4 ** Druggists and I...r afters everwhere sell*
t Wholesale Agents in all the- 1 ar .. *
and Towns.
'E 10 RE 8 ur us fati0HS.
. ,, .- it / .. Ti -
FT RY P, CO3TAR. Ps 1 9 ,r.
s.6.m..... .... ... .
ffLD BY 3. E. CARR.
Mayal9-1860. s8m.


$200 000

onces-may anomwar. ams
This Oompany Insures Buildings, Merchan-
dise, Ships, and their Cargoes, in Port, House-
hola rurniture, and versonal Property
generally against Loss or Damage by fare.
JOSIAH W. BAKER, President.
WM. JAFFARY, Secretary,

June25. Agent, St. Augustine.



. af i Cec i S J hn o end
most splendid assortmer ..fI 11 ars.hc.mal e. -ly
goodaat very lowpriet 1--r cash <. **'i -
ceptances at sixty and ...r; -inys ....: he ...ts
a ers e-om woonne,
.p ... ==gan
....... eve rnron....
t..if upon it if the
.o. .. .. ..asuhey)viH Le
th gr to nd Antio grve et


na ooas
ol. I
I L.
AI. re 8 ukets, Negro Ke aey, Met -
e a 4 s *uanb 0 uG
Delains, Gents Merino half Hose, Frend and
Englifth Cambries, Red and WhiteFlann lo.


8 sCellinge ruonne Oil $1.752pler2Gal.
Brown do. 10 per lb.
Steam do. 11 per }bs
Goshen Dutter 81 1-4 lb.
Coffee 71bs for 11,00 --
Adamantine Candles 80s.perlb.
Elephant 011for Lamps 3.28, &,e ,
OLLINS Axes, Spades, Shovehi, (forn Mills,
Grubbing Hoes, Curry Combs &0.
B. 2. CARR.
IGS Dates Gam br.,p. 11,,..1 r. 3.e Ac. -
B E. C AR it,



06 1 25 17 70
850 2 25 26 47
800 87 29 00

93 Pearl Street, N. Y"
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
ufactuiers' Prices, of all the Now York Whole-
sale Druggists, Grocers, Camphene and Burn-
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealers in Lamps.
N. B.-KEROSENE is the trade-

tso theca le a n s gd ta
said trade-mark for other oils.
Oct. 15, Sm
Air Call at the new Storounder the Ma.
sonic Lodge opened by UERTZ, 1 you
want cheap and prime articles in the Gro-
cery Line and other little Nick nacks. *
IT TT \ Corn Starch,, Lemons Graham
... r ..:, Sago, Tapioca, Macear'oni, Yeast
Fowders, Hops, Soda, Cream Tartar.
Jan.21, U. E. CARR."


0 c o\ b E asp 102 1 2 g:al'o lej
gerWine. Cherry Brandy.
B, E. CAltil.

ROCKINGTaC11 airsh Duresus, Mattresses,
Jan .... airs. B.E.CARE.
ASINS, Currants, Citron, choice Mustard,
ertataqCsdo. Olive .sf red8ih ack-
iar. 3. B. ,E. CARE.
I e Indian Corn,.po
Rice Flour, Flax Seed, ., Mac-
caroni, Vermicelli, Jamaica G ger.
Mar. 3. B. E. CARR.

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, thathe is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him with. He has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Yestings, Neck
Ties, &c.
maAll orders exute in the best style of work-

CE. Atlantic-Choice Vegetables, Fruits &0,
Dried Fruits &c. B. E~ CAER.
Oct. 15


i.En t:. 0 ..0 A s o
.-- -1 .1 v. re 4 .Piled Salmon, Mackerel, Her-
ringGelatine. B: E. CARR.
Mar* '3

A Good Assortment






n af UBSCR ER kee a cons ne
oonot ',".7 ind t 8

2:" "Jo'"ifivl go ,
Ameriestr Gin, Pure N. E. Rum, Schiedam Aro-
matic- Shnapps, Aladiera Wine, Sherry Wine
Cararet W.ines, of the best biatuls, such as St
Julien, C..r -la c. I >.. no 1 La. .... ..-1-, .1.-
Porter. C... J. -re *.1 1 ..... r u,.;I -
ton'sditters, Orgest &c. Ro. (1. BRAVO

ye 5.

For sale in St. Augustine by
B. E. CAlt!1,
April 14-1860. *

as p y fm tra b e archant lahoulodmkeed
prollts that acorne from its salesbut as an act or
canan wea no erliq man qr. noffaKbe

for sale is $1. Angestine by

"I"g "][1, ][' SE


Itemed y has the lar-


dicine in the world*

'.000 packages
SOld m Georgia tind
4 11 **
fourteen months. It

IS WRFFRD 1 6 d 10

cure, if directions
RI'0 IOllowed, any

ORS6 Of DySpepsia,


Jaundice General

Debility, Palpita-

tiOII, 01170810 Diar-
rhoea, Giddmess,

ed Spirits '
JOSs of Appetite,

Painin the Side and

Back it is cial-

ly adapted to Fe-
male complaints; it

produces Rotund-

ity Of FOUR ill FO"
IBRIOS Of & Thin and
Ever y invalid
SHOHid try ORE


W. W. ELISS & CO *
63 .BroadW New York
For sale is St. Augustine by
Apri 14--1860.
EGETABLES, Peas, Corn, &c. &c.

? ROSCOP C MPomux'

308 Broadway, New York.
e., my 2,,, ascom sex anozpwar,*?

The doorefrms ch 8 eN ain ructive, in.
restine nexitexetanting, amusing, and exciting
None are too young, none too old, none to$
intelligent, none too uneducated, to seknow-
ledgeits worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it afst
Rud will penetrate (vei-ywhere.
It presently to your view every part of the
world, in all the relief, boldness, perspective,
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
BPT, ph...= rar.. everywhere exploring.
Dat *( .. .t no b l. .. \nterica, in seardl of the
g.-,,r. 2 .....] it... sul, and the results of their
skill are constantly enriching our stock. *
We have an immense variety of paper Views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, Scotland,
Ireland, Wales, France Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, i r....II; -. 5 Cloud,
ninb atkTuillert [r li ..//,

i a esso isstpor mu i gsmar-
ary &c., &0. An exquisite assortmentof 111u.
minated Interiors of Palaces, Churches, and
CathedralsofFranceItaly,&e.,'&o. The ef-
fect of these illuminated riewsis most remark-
able.; MI.cnirs.I weatristsr An..,] rs:-a.
.. r. \/ so,- ...r wr. I ....
E ** h i. ..r b ,o Norts.
an 8 ..p s

adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
a -i q, .r ..... c., 3.s1 being un-
I c. vi Lu- 1 .7 ....... rr ra. Exond0n and
e ... I ar rr .4 un. a tantaneous
O .r. .. .r. .1 ..... I ...
n n tholid2r owehawh a ub

fe t I / o {
will 1 0 found in our catalogue.
Our entalogue of subjects and prices will be
forP, ed ttoaa addicess onrecesp f tam
0, O Cast have a good inst8uman
vi sm one, (without instrument) can b
dat es o s] t a ised of everything
seud us their names to place on record, and wa
will keep them postedat our own expense.
Men of leisure will flud Photography a mosi
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necessary for their success together*with in-
structions How to take Stereoscopic Pietures-'
Importer and Manufactor f o raphis
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conn ryarerespectrallyinvitedtomake a
I er 1ck, as our discount *. r
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1Yo. STHOWERY.New York.
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in the United States.
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to the Wholesale Trade, for Cash pr Time.-
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AFTER Two Years'profitable experience in
our present mode of disposing of our Jew-
ewy, ac., and som the universal satisfacuon
given to all who have patronized our house, we
take pleasure in saying that we now consider
ourbu nessfairlyandpermanentlyestablished.
We hit understood that this isNo Lottery,
& RED PM O ]aG 5 P3hA 5
for the same price; andin addition to the pur-
chase, each person receives a Premium of Jew-
ears iessin wine man y. . worth
$3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 80,

"' 'e o Ir x Ifha16 e
above articles, can first send us their name and
address, staying whether ---= the Peneg
and Pen, or Locket, and -11 make their
seicationangincomenom ora man ,.,
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Our plan, from long experiehee in the .
busine s, has iven senersisatisfaceona
pro r ca se de UN a oveParti les

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Among our Premiums are articles suitable for
uses ana sennemen, sees..
Gentlemen's Gold and Bilver Wateb-
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
Gold 81 chButtons, Gold

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We have GoldWatabesFlorentine, Mosaic, Gold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins
and Ear Bings, Gold Bracelets, Gold -le.- e
Buttons, Gold Belt Slides, Gold Riings. 2.. 1
.1.1.. 1 so.. :-lelodeons, Musiqal Boxes, Ae-
c. d.cop nable references given whenever
required. *
N. B.-In sending your names, -write the
State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid
letter being nuse tried.ANGLE & CO.,

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