Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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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: July 7, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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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Volume ID: VID00199
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:it. AligilstillP, FDOriluf,

Saturday, July 7, 1860.

The African Depot. Nies Girls
Th* **II-** **.9 item.s .. ....p fl.:.m the an unese.iated stride, ur.Jer 'this
h ( r, of the Irich ult : *npria, in the Philadelphis ilulletin, we
The E4.11.iop ore.:1.sic.n enadens.221.irparagraphathatwithind a
Point f.:.r th.: c.f she negrees..h.:>rri:r resp...use our back-lor fri-ais.
Brought ca by thal..Isre-k smi li, thoo-wany a* ball." would in.>
give to that part of the Island quite a town eine. There a unubing --half so sweet in
bl., c.pp. rance Fronting the share and life," Lif so binistiful, or delightful, or
.3..t...t al. n .:.ou bumacea se.J sisty pr.Is le-restle as a --ma girl." Ivor s pretty, a
tc..m hips rer nairk,-they;.:. down e2. ba .L-1.;n,2, .:.r no eleprer girl, but a di es
.is-,m.H. assume- ni sour-.elf ., a girl....:.e...rrhwelovely, lively, shood (em- ..I rest pers.:.oal besJes p. ed, g..od Warred, sweet faced amiable,
thful eser.ise. The Dep.>r is 0. at. nairydomessie creatures mes wishin
2J.) feet 10 -wiledurided into hine the here of.**horne," diffusing ad- .
st ar go avartd, the adine f her

filt*aggisti gdhi ,,
beauty.9rawing >>fa, and di camels
the issr n...vel car of.e:ra; nor the girdil: lb
to.uarass-sq.ingmje.gicilly through a
dr aw.r.,;.I.:..,as TI,,= nice port shaynct
dance or pl>y well, arid knows no h ag
sh.:..x =us..=; bar thea" or coquetung (6
at rs She air. r Israpi;shes; she?, to
tic-:. Sh.: is n.x prou to **Manson,' e
non busy At she.:*pers she is to in
front showing her bar.: shoulde:a, bit sit?
quiet andfunglitrusive-at the back of (1,4
boxi lu..**r htely lu fact, it is not often
ig suchsoenestbityediscoverlier. Home
is laer pla.*a.
Who rises bable,4, sad superintends the
F" 'g meals ? Ti be makes the toast,
and the tea, and buttone the boy's shirts,
aid waters the flowers, and feeda shochick.
ens, and brightest up tl a parlor and the'
sitting-room? .Is it the languisher, or the
girsife, or the d 9.2nt.: ? Not a bit of it;
it in abe ince c..l
Ber naridd s..41..a l:- made iu the shon.
en p.mible in se, yea b.>w charmingly is it *
done, agd how elegant her neat .dress and
plain collarl What hearty kisses she die.
b 4.0.5 among the:busily! _ua presenting
of cheek or brow like the **$ne girl," but
souldibleamick, which safa plainly, uy
-- ygu ever :-., m.a.:h If levereoveted
'.F thing, it as fine a the nice girfs
Breakfastover, down into the kitchen
oe .about ina.r and I day dlong he

obeerful and light hearted. She never
ceases to 6.. a..llee r 4.1 useful uralI be day
is gonewhen use n;t] ....La sub de boy
and sing old songs, and play old tunes t
her father for hours together. She is n
0 rfect treasure, is the "oicegirl When
"*-8.9 comes, it iy ab.? that artends with
unwearying patience the fell damber
There is no riskno fatigue, that inhe will
.not undergo; no sacrifice that she will not
make. She is all love, all devotion. I
liaveoften thoughtis would be happiness
tobe ill, to t.c hached by such oiring eyes
and tended by such fair hands.

ter snic mee i 1

I.e a
pl in collar, and the neatest of neck rib-
bons, bound with the most market littleE
blooch in the world. I her r knew 's
"nice girP'yet 7.1,.. depist,=.t a psefusion
of rings and bracelets, or 1750 were low
dresses, or a spr..o.1..1 trana.
Isay agaid to.:.c ia n .Eninz 'ra the w .ald
0.1 ... b.. autaqJ 1 JOo ai.tran:- afly good,
"meegal She lb sw eren dow.


A LRfg0 101 Of ilOffillig filHil'S.
must itiallifetsSES, lit.E IV .:.LIE ,
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June2 1860.

Tye & Buckwheat
R TC 110? .?. is UCKWIZEA2
JFL <>CR, .1 ii..I FAMILy
For Sale at -Az B. E. CARR'8.
Mardi 31-1860*
ARDINES, u. -1 Copies Olives, ,
S. B. E. CARE,
,:i 10..1 c
li-: @=- ...= I... ci ...r .H.....* rs., p
** n, J
,Ta meetingoftheBoardofCounty Commis
of St. xtI ft 1 urt n city
at was Resolve Ti.. al. .7 .. of the
Boardbe, andis - .t.,, .... I = Lease the
$o ithe stesebas iine me in et
..... rr ...3,..1 a 0... ..... ,. I, .
bli ten < c /ditidia, as he said Bo,
shaH require; tlie I. 1..,. ..r..f ceive
t saili 8211 and nug ther .xid Teambo{
Years, to, arid be for the special
be fit oftheb sfjxorized to be charged for
crossing said Bridge,
1 ea nl a at .eents.
4 wireeleav do i l;84 e 18 cen
cattleAriveninforMarketthesume toll.)
. e jxe2 nsor
the( ,, i..
Pres. Bo dCut tissioners

ed y he a .1 n :, ofpl usi..
to its President.
April l4---1860. 2m

The following statement speaks for itselfe--
(Extract) 01ulifting thekettlefrom the fire it
caue yanddcal ddmy hands and pex nv v
torture was unbearable. It wasan awful sight,
to ei ra he platitang Lin ime appeared
healed radidlyand left zio scar of account._
Charles Foster, 420 Broftd Street, Philadelphiar
It is truly a wonderful article. It willoure any
case of swelling, Eurns, Stiff Joints, Eruptions
or Rheumatism. For Horses, it should never
en Pause wh nedDaoHalr'sdw idthhoof us-
esGL 1 8 1igs, 11 bone, Spavjn 1

L. I I iI al.. NewYo1r

11To.11VEackeral in },it and Tubs.
ALMON in Tin Cans. Herring Sardine,
JuuAn ovie olives, Pickles.B. E. CARR '

n_ THE two Story Stone house .
b l-r oud kitchen :-c to


J,.1,a .;>* Call...un.
II ad.1.os.:.u th r-=,a..-.I.4 sir.: .0
seen al..:.: new Ci. rd...r 7.3 ... 1.1.: .1 s
sys.,3.1..(e...r.uareas. la r has
and purpose.
Th August, 1859, he was elected aSena-
tor from Kentucky, to shocee the distin.
alib--1 Clin n*ka, when term all equre
in ist.

.4,.4, 4,.,,(; ,-.1 ps- ny tress. 2
rttu:ly duting.eb..] a he ,;,.0 so.i
,,abastic.u ..1 tal- ors ad virtue I.
name, as:rdise stol ch :net ture a
a ww.eliword it.

n.A.Test ..Iri.:ers sl..:. e.:.k <.ol, the b.:.n..r
and perpetuity of our confeder and larnily
of States, may enter the contest with g..n-
Joseph Lane, the nominee for the Vice
Presidency was born f e. N.:.rth Cir..ila.s,.co
the 14th Decembei*, 1801. Some ac-
counts report him a native of New Yorks
but we follow the best authorities. Atan
early age he was taken, by the removalof
his father's thmily, to Henderson, Ky.,
and was soon induced, by the nokessities
of life, and the inborn spirit of self-rell-
ance, to begin battle with the world, in net-
ive life. a la his fifteenth year be removed
- to Warwick country, Indiana, entered in
mercantile business as a clery, was married
happ.1) and .2.1.t lyin his nineteenth year,
and pts:1sed b.0a.m in Vanderburg coun-
ty. His native qualities of stern integri-
ty, frankness and indomitable deterinina-
tion, soon enlisted the confidence of the
honest, hardy pioneers of Indiana, and at
the earliest admissible age .he was sentto
the ladiana Legislatate. -
After lionorable service as a Represen-
tativewith increasing popularity, which
only made him more faithful, he was trans-
ferred to the Indiana Senate,.which post he
resignedinorder co volunteer for Mexico
as a piivate. When the Regiment of Com-
panies met for organizations, Joseph Lane
was unanimously Mlected their Colonel,
Without expectation or 5 .. 1.1.. c., but

d or G ur is
first notable service it the field was at
Buena Vista. This has passed into histo.
ry, and we need not now recapitulate.
Soon after returning from Mexico, as he
expected and desired, to his farm,
and the enjoyment ofprivate life,
he was appointed Governor of Oregon
Territory. His teran was the best
executive term ever enjoyed by Oregon,
or by any Territory of the Confederacy,
itnd the discharge of his duties increased
and maintained the strong grasp he has
ever acOquir on the affec" t ee

sumPed ocessities of a new Administrat
as ect e istoex0 ad t

one of the first seats to be filled in the
United States Seriage from that State.
That seat he has retained and now fills with
the fidelity and disinterested devotion
which have marked his career.
No man in the Senate could ble more
worthily called to.the presiding chair. No
man living has served the State with pirrep
l h L

,Thp Nomsoaticans-Bremiuiradge and
J.ashe. 4.<

a milife .. ne. ,,,,.
,wa ,, --io.. 11....2, a so=olilled N.Monal
L .. ca... ('...,, is Convention. has
presented to the electors of the United
Stateethenablesoftwo citizens worthy of
the two hig h..a FL.s. rd .. 6-..::- Refer-
ting to our :elegs .pl.;. and r... our
reports of proceeding for the details, so
far as they have reached us, we present a
summary of facts and particular ,concern-
ing the subjects of this most acceptable
nomination, which gives us a gleauxof hope
that the Presidency may be redeemed from
the grasp of n.,,1,1,ii;r y." expedients and
double-faced deceptions in platforms.
John C. Breckinr2dge, the nominee of
this Consvedliola for the Presideiacy, was
born near Lexington, Kv.,' on the 16th
June, 1821; was graduated from Centre
-College,4Cy., took a short course of studies
at Princeton, and a legal course in the
Trans IvaniaUniversity. After his legal
graduation he suffered an access of the
migration fever, and removed to Ending-
Englowa. As with.all good and great
men, however, the .home affections.were
strong, and after two years he returned to
Kentucky, and began a career in Lexing-
ton. The callof duty soon summoned hint
to the field, and as a Major in the Ke:.-
tucky Regioleathedid gallant service la
110xi .lai ti an ices o

coun.el for ir G no

ete t tluft returning e a tourh
nd after a short service el e dD a

of Kentucky, a favored Distsjet that has
ever been fortunate and fa tidCous to itstrej

es 1 1851 t 5. ougress wo
Perhaps one of the most enviable Incl-
dents and most favorable displays of the
life, charneter, worth and heart of John C.
BreckinrIdge was in his remarks on an-
nouncibg the death of Henry Clay, in the
House o represent ives, on fR t the 80th
June, 1852. The barriers and limitations
of partisan polities and of denominational

v n esulivere nobly surmountedo and
le ofdhe ungKatuckia .ree or

said: *
"If I was t write hfs epitaph, I would
inscribe, as the highest eulogy on the stone
whjob shallmark his resting place, "Here
lies a man who was in the pitblic service
for fifty years, pad never attempted to de.
Mr. Breakinridge never forgot those
whohadserved theircountry or had 1.ft

gr. Wh In thaespattenanad 11nentals
,-.0.....>, obs car JUL p, ar.J Jur;r...
sh, he n ..-?Ae .1sy r.-p.e.- l...m a verdeal
sun ibey nure.I.usquadsoften, ,,,,-,0.1 al ,.. L.n.:k..r, filled with rice and
meat, eneh one armed with a spoon to feed
with. T1urty-gallozi tubs stand in the cen.
fre of onely room, and they are permitted to
help themselves freely to water,
The Hospital is"L07 feet long*by 25
wide, and for.r .. t me p .sent time 180
patient- Then 0: Mill. E..) with Opihal-
mia, some -7::s, -.c r; t.a sily t.1:ul-rcili,
Dysenterie. lar..p. .. al ars.) of.
fictions is m..II n J. ..ned loop .5_:.0>.-
twenty three have died, principally from
thoseso attenuaiedand worn outthabit was
a marvel thby.lived as long as they did.
TLe Optbalmia, cases of the Williams,- are-
.numerous; but ihose in which the eye is
whole, are improving under the is..
treatment which their citae demands.
The Hospital is under the charge of
D,:..s .r:- will..Lul-i, Skars.. ar;Jvelden
3,, .9 , ,s _I, ,, re my a grati-
fying sight, to observe the happy cottoten.
ancesand ebanged appearances of the car
goes of the -4 -g? .u-1 W. 2 n 1.. 41a
into our port by Mohaick and Wyandotte.
Ateverydisadvantage, they are comforta.
bly hoilsed and fed, and clothed-and tic.
unfortunate siek, if not re:-..and fr.:11u .],
he or I..a-r res. dark kbjes tw..i +.1 ..eer
by comforts and care to which they have

t is o d th unlea a en ong
to see so many happy faces in the pursuit
of pleasure.
Among the Wild,7tre's cargo, there was
a young mother,.with a babe about six
weeks old. She soon became an objees of
interestamong visitors, and in a v..r-- -b..rr
time both mother and child were ,=,ast.d;l.,
and comfortably clad. Her eye beamed
with the purest happiness when fondling
this tresisure, so helpless and so preserved)
but ahts I brief was her en ment -it
joy ,
sick ened Isr..J .ised,-and as we saw her
bending, and weeping, and hissing its in,
animate form-wailing an plaintive- song,

odu ceodrptso, we eat t mo r

a n ed
.ut .. re .. (I. -.gas they wolild be missed,
as much as that dead babe was byitayoung
mother. It was laid in a handsome codits,
and a procession of seventeen went with
it to its last abode. Low chantings land
loud.wails of grief would break forth, and
when at fust the spot was reached, they
beetme as ...1 or la v.i.e. our..r 5.:.0--.,
wouldsooil.:.:.aum ull the prizerP -..











..rp street, e..u let their bones in Mexico. He was itetively
'E o a lic tion may be*.uth..mial a p.5-Is.,: 11.r.:.u.h 11.< Thilly-
pa --.- **..0 tf.- Congree-:-, r.n T.ppr..prists.:,.o f...r .he
.Lad.:a.,000, as, so
sino's islovers" Ourspacestpresent willtiot permitu:-

military school, unow no a are we ..

YORKVILLE, SO. OA, in which he w recognized as a sn
spirit of the young members, and one of
ITE aheatio of Padren sbandaGuardianso the foremost young statesmen of ,the codi-
fered by this Institution. The Principals are try.* Opliertunitiessillsoob be presented
i ntd e iTantaida e el e for areview of this portion of his career.
wi uarteent earsti 6n fa outehacceroina He n ..J.-rudOne ent-sura1.:. Spain ty
CollegeandtheirFrenchteacherhaabeeneare- Pr....J. I'urte.L*ur we .:*u:-tram--.1 L,.
fullypreparedinParis, Frange. This Insti~ -1 oneede-at....osand th.:ts.:.E.= re..3 .
tution as modeled after the Military Academzes
of South Carolina, and a classical department eline.
is addedAhns aiFording thorough educational -In June, 1856, he was nominated for
"".12h 81 a et unl to any in pornt the Vice Presidency, under the most flat-
ferms: For every expense except clothing' tering circumstances, and before the Elee
t 8 as edha t a at@e 1 in a toral College, received 173 votes, a majort-
will please be made as possible. ty of 59 over.Williain L. Dayton, of New

Capt. A.00WARD Principals. Jersey. As President of the Senate, he
. June 2-1860. 7t. has for one so young, and previously un-

BLACK AD GREEN TEA s edd he ga is t tiInore than

U yo g cof Choic Black, Old friends, and has worthily fdled a chair that
June jia, 1860. B. E. CARE, ban keen dignified by John Adams and


eso p an
e. 8 0.1, TL.. imise...IEn was p',w=J ;n II, :rn the pa b of ht*:. Th re .re mother
Of L.EL romances, Breelaundru awl b crusath, fl more linicly; -far-m2 ag--DEE
lane, w. may.=uy a stol..t small., 1:2..r put.. and ordd tl., dcq.cuserr...wthey returned these we rudely admire go by. pria
lie services and claints have not been and Ic.<- km 10..11. When ch.- us..y g t we lie down to
ar- oct cyerealit or clouded by private An Intereking Meissing.---Among the req

so'"..'".. et'.b1t, heest afrwoulm ea kth d ,d as nM IdBER I. IT RELATION 01? "F VE
oldsense-andean bring to the. gl.<. E seemed quiet and subdued in unr.n.:r, so. ,, a adantdoo g
offlees of State all pledges and guarantees excited no special attention, -other than and stated that he led ran 4 a
which the niostexactiag body c. it..r it, usa a pait of her family-with her. late, by had labor for he t p 9 r
electors could demand.-Charason, tour IIa gn a la pe was to meet the others from man c..uny d.e d..11v th.t he mashes to
seve whom fate had separated her. On us n a a. ,Jh adm
:at..37rg.:.f she LIilliams' cargoshe, wto ..rueof b::r.-uk and d-
Its..AttliebattleofBuena Vista one :.0,..rsunbefirem arrival, peeped at 6.5 .31..,c...ur Thejewelerseketed stan be
of the Regiments of GeneralJo Lands fencewhtehaeparatedthenewcomersfrom thou:1stwouldseltreadily, and she rd
Brigade Was ex osed to a heity fire of can- the old. Quick maternal 'nstivef, ding peddler started on his first trip He sla'F
P 7 cone but a few days when 1,& r d
non shot, and the men were observed to ered, one, two, three and f .us, can..:.e. tt.. t..u..1,L n much againnabefore, an ad at
"per occasionally as a ball whizzed by the crowd, whom checlaimed m: b.-c J.u;r 1.-ri on his second trip. Again he returned
ifolumn, The old, General -...-ig ll,;., She gave vent to her joy in the Joud lan- am) gr al m..r.ased his stook. He eno-
<.11.3 ...n "Indiana Regimear, :.0 del 0 li na do eln! en ebarin 1 li r do da at hasop
ing! Just then a heavy shot fleW by, 5. 0-1- th-, singer, in whom they foundtheirmoth- b* GE 11..3 on wt...t he sold? "Well, I
ing its hot breath right, into Lane's face, er. The meeting was one or ruroulta...u put on 'boutfive per cent." The jeweler
when he involuntarily ducked his head, at joy,---shoutsro e fromthreehundred voices thought that a very an a profi and ex-

whi 11 in an ly enco a coin btrh 13thedla ess oas t o ex33 u a scE.0 el ntbe
shouted out: "Indiana Regiment, dodge re news its. I..vb* separated, of whose fate, who bi ay you onedollor, 7perwral ad
the big oned -Philadelphia Inparer. each party was to star ignorance, for, he .

DATES, Fics.
B. r car it.
Jan 4.


nE OrUo r a rey n8e n as
the receipt of a fine assortment of Spring and
ler Goods selecutoede coial inacedordan
k.. oi nt s ... .nh at very low prices. The n
,ordly ands maduationa81 n
re,- c t o: Tr, I and daily received




& 081 h Ia ed Be wh8eeldje
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St. Augassline, St. Jolm's Co., Fla.

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to and also .
matter over the amount am d v the nun
her a red, will bo continued
rand a 3 .. .1. 11
e., ,..., $ i
a avertis ments payable quart
pe n na Brothers willbe
4. * 1 1.-. '"'
tp . I . ..anistra- 5 00
No Ears and creditore - 7 po
ap ...-- dismissal as Adminis- 10 00
v. for Job Printing, must be yaid
r it.. vk .

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Li spare change like a
ih:ss shown an ever Knt if he
1 everybody any now all
s riiLsts n

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always p 6 hur a
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dC leap: G;ood~s.

p of the North.recogisize those Democratic NOnlinations. (FORTHEST..&UGUSTINEELilliNUR ..'II., la ** ** Ta'll"RsuffiDTI ill MID Ith]phich the
,gi.3,,,;,an-s for the highest position in The following are a few of the notices of The town Clock. Nov. Ist., 16 't a a Adelantedo Don Hernando do
our land? It can not be otherwise, whilt the reception of the names of EnscKIN- Mr. Epiroa:-=--Some information about 10th.,, I and o e 1 -
truth, and honour, and principle, and 10V0 ItJDGE ftnd LANE DS til0 001 OTAbit Ilom- 0130 IR$6 illiffOVGucDE Of Our City, drawn a 2pth., 14 *: role, nowjust-made by a fidalgo of :
of country find a plaeo in the heart ofman inces, in different parts of the Country, as ftoni an authentic source, will not be por. Dec. 1st., 11 Elvas.
We four wt to asseri then, cyco thus ourly, they have already re ched us, h ps dervoirl at interest for the is... .1, ?', 10th., 7 "
on principles and premises cooval with our e ,,,,, ,, ,,ag, ** Mirh: 2 " VIEWEI) BY THE s*L intrieN.
ST UGUSTINE, FLORIDA, paturg, that BREGKINRIDGE &11& LANE STOOkinridge and Lane. Some ciQuens of our Town expressed to Ilon. George S. Hawkins,
54TR'RMAY, Mr LY l, 1500. will obtain a larger number of. States at This is a ticket that every States' Rights our Bishop their desire of a town Olooki After serving the State in various upset. 15003 Pry 0 00fida,
.... .- ---------- the North than Mr. Douglas. 'His support man can cheerfully support. It'ldines.... ws. _,.nt, utility that all would derive from ties for many years, our honored Represen-
ggy Jaun.E...*i Essel f*=Ima.,ks., somanyNorthern States in the cou: geninizaud statesmandlip-wis'dan, c:...r- it, m.Iriseir convictiouthat a small sum tativehnadeteroxi.....Jr...:e..1 rI., ...p..-c -1 LTI...?...t all lic traors such- 4>
I..I.- r..el..,rue-a 1-, F.-:1 *** h:--1.r to la... I veution :s evidence of the correctness of age, and tidelity-those are the claims tl.. 120 easily he raised suflicieut to make privatolife. le as Ir,,, agoa.3,n..... i. ., a> d..s...sic....
Art...ell i. Ev a so-nit <.=**1 di .*..<.- nominees possess to the puffeliges of the 'Inig or . .. .. .ri,.s a st ..:r..] ...( the a a car F-1 = -=- so a l' c. I 1*. F.I....I. :- we
Woriptions, nurke colleath us, and receipt for the our position; and the first nine was even people.-MontUonfery Adilertizer, the purcher s: On 20 firh.; it was foubd I..s a n.Is la. .. II.. .. .: .rol..J .1 1... a.. .3 ... .... rn .. ,an I al. .e... s.,re ..l)....
me. presented by Nortligrn delegates. Webe. 310BILE,- filDG $.-1110 DOhin (108 Of that til6 *Is *.tI nc. *,1.3 111allufRCLll- ..,, 7, ,.7 th.: bu [ .ca rein..11 Un: I. -.;*1 ,,,q. gaggy ageogits of the
.. . ... .---. lieve their supporting the Convoution is Brediaridge and Lane, for #resident and red in tl.e 1_ ur. 3 in .. were very high, !..,1 re0..5.1 1...... L.ur ....* <..11. r ,ad;,. ,,9,.... 9., .a...ersities of7the country,
Tus ord Demor car 0 Nominattops m rely att earnest of the ] all iar. ..I 11.< Vice President of the Urrited States, was ....1 ri... m iter rus lost sight of for a time. * **' = = "., c..r in or I al., us... saw and of what been them.
q.1... when theypope-to take (he lo tur..r ..-he.] 1...... r 1 al... _,. ....i.....ra, .:..... gig, 9,.,,z, whou in Paris, found that a should be p ese:ated to the ate Qukey [Confined]

FOR PRESIDENT' u brand.. 1 .. w.:.. .0 vorl sic to suitable articl$ could be procured for a r, ,, I press ..I 1.. CHAPTER XXI. Of -how th Indinna
OuvCandidates:aratriedurenaswillbe > ,,,,, p.1p qq........] ,....;,.il. ....10,, was n. 1.1 clou theChilstians, andalia
()gg (), ])EE( IN (11)G[' seen, by reference to short notices of their Dovati, N H. June 25.-r-The Nation- .'1 .<:1. I 1. ...1..- .... o in in .. tirement 0 11 1... ag. ,,,,,.r wear to Alidamu shey
of a NT ci<\. inear I:. bu E...v,.1 on the first page of oni, a DemocratTf this city receive .3, .r .J..;, 1, :. [... :1. 1,, el, in.u al... -c. Do dw .ne; ac.; 1.. I im battle in the way.
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11.; r in., t.... uu.: us in ag- . ul t.0 .3 ,,,,,,., ..I b. 11 *...ll:... so...: .... ...Irn I. L I r. ... ..un 11 r..h On J. r 1:..41,.: ;La .Jays having
FOR VICE 1 Di:ilbENT I,, ,.,, ,3.:a ..1 rhe .:..ual.,, h I All.rri L 11 ups.r an.e. 6 rutal'ul -:1. J. 0 ... . pn .1 ... 1,,: 0.. .grant lead beenalinag

T 1 1 no 1. n to of.0, aJ., .. West, an the l6thigat., under a writ o was still dark there came many

OH N 1\l lL TO N. .. .. con .. . ., habeas corpus. A motion to discharge was Indians formed Ti? three squadrous
... tm I ... t .L;-, ..r..J .. 1. ui (2, f .refused, butrall were admitted to bail.- each in e..itif..u.ur .1.s....t;..o 1.:. arrxt de
L... 0.- .. .. . l... 't m: r to TheKeyofthe Gulf adds- camp, whei. 11..... sts, i..ached benit to.
.2 that army, .10..1. few vears NORFOLK, Vif. 20.--1 Oth 10ary A. .<. ... or, on ly 14, whilst tl at of the < althuste 110 dIEW 1/L1/ keen so
: TOft CON 11E. sinpe n 1 exico, in En -r .. to the Cap- Wise will address a hienting here on lifon. striking part is li The penduluty law of 1820, :.. L... I arein.i.- ply .. ... . 3.1, .,,. ., e... ....1, 1 ,,g s,,a,.,
ital of the Monteaumas. Shortly after 1.,, 1.. 0.. r, calfedfor the purpose of ratify- virhich regulates the clock En? a remarka- I st rh.[ b abaul.1 da. g.,,,,z ,, ,r,<.. ...p., he tr r ..ui to.
R. ]LFILTON ...... r..... =1.13 campggn, in which an U. nomination, of Breckinridge and bly heavy bulby the xr ri ..f si. Inilb ex tr...u II e. .:.0 .z..m a (Judge MeGrath. ,113 is..1,r a reereoverthrown
or LEON -- - ---- -- ed, he was sent r.. the Lq. I 0.. 1 Breckinridge and Lane State; andwns r .... .1.. t...a i., as 0nugas vill no' compensation for the vadationsof temper- 1 r ,11. r .0 ,,,.,,,, 1, ,,.,- q, ,,. ,, an
Early it, .11.r.I is.r, we raised b.. In.t r. Fl...... the District, regiveseged by the dis- carry a single State. ature. Hence the cluelf is expected-to * ** ,1,., ,, no,, a a ,,-:v or
e our choice for Pu:..J. v.E *:f rus r. ,a c.; is... r...u During this ........1, he was The Fourth, One length ofthe pendalum nooording to a re I 4 -a -.r b so the 1
poliliciand it..ra .ne..i.:ra......o.],...j r .4 mission to Spain, which he de- Was remembered in this City by the good regulator. ,, ,,,, ,..... T. aba
strength, ithus 4..tar.ou..r olar standard. lined. At the close of his four years in usual amount of explosives, on gle part of That regulator can be none other than Mr. Galhoun on Territoriars ee- 2. ,., _,g
Ted y we ordy add to it the ..0, e. Congress, he was elected VicePresidentan the young. We trust all were 4ttly initia- the sun. Hence the style of sun dial ty b.. 20.1
Josern, As the candidai. Ic e (12.. r 12.: 1.. r with Mr. Buehanan, which p6si ted into the reason (or so much noisydetoni- has been placed over the face of the oloek. As >Ir. A. B 7.r..j.I.. r 10.1 0. I 11. In
second the gift of the y...y 1... ,ou o..ra 1. now occupies with mai-ked Hal:i, ;.sp;..,, Those whose auricular organs were The style is inefined to the latitude of St. era, have tried .... -:...>r = ]... ...ap. .use v. L
BRECKINRIDGE RIld LANE Wil *.., (II. 1. ( session of the 1.iegislath E cuou, positive, noticed this at2niverstry of Augustine (about 30deg,)' and is itf a ver- 31r. Calhoun assented to and apprce...) .:.1 ...0 in .sd
,4 ..ur rallying cry, not only till 5.: ..ut.,:. b:.-ratu. I ,, he was.elected to the United our Country'sbirthby the reading of the Heal plane perpendicular to the front wall the doctrine of Territorial Sovereigne,, e. ...: Ap..I 1.
near, but, we fully belicye; for t.,..r y..;,, -ture. .5 unts as successor of Mr. Critten- declaration of Independence and an Oration .:,1 II.- 01 ura l. This front wall faces due make:..: r...ts.... .,; expl: r .rra..r,.S.r...:". p :..#..11
from the 4th of Match following .ls... 11.: iS DOW DOnlDated, 10* uO st the Court House, and a barbecue just 8..,3, .II. a precision whieb reflects drel- .r up up .er -. p r e, 1. .. .!. *'athoun 0.1 F c sense
: Our friends have congratulate4 us on doubtedl: be eleged, the gext lie 1. I beyond the preciscts of the City,"aud fire it on the builders of the church, as men of TVerks. We trust . . II .r. the matter f empLa
car early choice, and pelsistence in that size United States. It will thus betseen works from the wharf science. Cousequeully the shadow of the at rest: (long 0,
choice, II.r..u.-1. ..11 the chb and flow of i that he bas boon offered and filled the hi, .0...., _.. Nauman, son of 001. Nau- style, when vertical or plumb, points out g y ai : to ithe abilbitants of
feeling, t... .vruel. Use country has been whole circle of the honors and trusts> man 1 Ch.. United States Army, delivered the presence of the sun in the meridian nunt) is am. 1, i ., i.- 1 .... .. an.:.... n 1.1 n .nt 1..t
subject. I rs. r au the as put us ,...0 sought by the magnates in your country- the 4.1.als..u, which is well spoken of Mr. : 1, ,11 .1.sirable precision. The stol.: is al, withour .. .......1 ..I .. . .. alk, ,, ..
a dple, with no selfish ends r c.,t,, There is no other instance ofso many and Fatio Donham road the declaration.: if.4... 3, that its vertical shadow passes entire practice of .the Government, fron .. 1.. L s.. n q .1... .,
nimingalone atthe publiers.1, we lu .. 0.. such trusts having been committed to one througly the hours of 13 and 6, : r I lis cominencement to the present time." 1 .u .1 II n..nt no -s 6.2.--
occush a u> falter in our course. We knew of his age. Yet by every parthen kn- GE uer 1 News. t trough the middle of the face .: ti, Jous C. C.u.uous. .1 1... t.>..t.m u a as
therepubliecould furnish no 1.....:.:;,11aor [......5.1 ..pon him, he heagained new laurels. Tu.. L.d.... - r..r .........a. I ra r .-317the clock; aiid .,-c. .r Camer, when' ths equa Tur Aussors---( -t .i.. ..... < ..,,,. ,,il.Ains.. ... I (.... In
chivalrio, abble and trysty.x,...nq r... .ri Many great names have been corolled The Frettalyad Prussian jurirnaledesire tion of time is nothing, the shado v and U. S. A, for the last two years in com- ,t..1r r '... t as i...t. .. as...i-
l..ghear horner ami rli.: .:ns... .3...ass....\ on our country's history, but. none shines peace. .. the Irandsof the clock will bein the same mand of thsArsenal,*in this city, in obe- them and litany were us ... au...... up a.
with which the convention presented his brighter than that of litu, who is ourttitn- Garibaldi .LT for no cifort on line, coinciding. dience toord F. ... rt E..' '== tof War, it, -1,..ic1....11. i .. 1,.1 .xa painted and.
name to the country, is evidence, that we dard bearer, la the ens(ring campaign. the mainland. But the sun is not uniform in its have- will resigu:. .. .. I ts.... .... the 10th oehred stith redtlack, white, yellowand
war. Isairalone in our ebtimate of his worth -lions any one seek in acap and streDgth. ITRth 18 Inighty agg inst, character and lofty principle, here he has American flag. same duration.' This inequality of the PREliERICK C. .111.DIFFIEEYa, 1.J. S. A-, to have on stockings and doubles, 1....
in Ahe end, prevail. Belfinterest xpay them. Does any one look foi Roman Napoleon returned to Paris on the 18th, solar days arises from two causes y r?..:.1 late military Storokeoper at rg .\pilachi- feathers or horns on the head, us.. (. 3
., smother her for a time, but she willrige:a- firmpossunmoved by the petty intrigues The German Princes were unanimous' well known to astrpomers: the 1st is the cola Arsenal, Chattahoochee, fi .v.xx, blackened and the eyes encircled with
fresh botn -the attempt to crush, Let of party, here he will find it. Does any at the preliminary conference, on the ques- obliqirity pf the eliptic which is inclined to MF. HUMPHREYS, has already arrived 2,111. ... r .1,.31ghten thei fierce aspect.
those, who would hesitate in her pupport, one love thoUnion, here is one to cherish tions referring to the relations of foreign the equator to an angle of231. The se- in the city, and is registered at the Pavil b i...c .- I ...; saw the Christians draw
ever bear this in mind. it. Here is a leader sans your et seas powers. cond is the fact that the earth moves fast. ion Hotel- near; with loud yells they boat drums and
Though we believed the name of BREOK reproche. All opposition to such a candi- Napoleon repeated his peacefubsssurance er at its perihelion, than at its sphelion Capt. Goness;has been transferred to in great fury came forth to meet them. in
INJLIDGE RDsurpassed, if regard was had date is without exctise. They have noth- at an interview 17ith the Prineo of Prussia These two causes combine. and give rise to the command of the Frankfurd Arsenal, it appeared well to Juan de An'asco and
either to his qualifications for the place, or ing, as a party to contend (pr, and no evil The two steamers captured by the Nea- irregularities which astronomers have sub tridesburg, Pepnsylyada --Charleston others that were with him to avoid them
tohis power of obtaining it,. if nominated, I to contend against. With the same prin- politans, contained twei2ty-five thousand jected toefact computations: and the re- Afircury- and malie it know to the Governor, they
vet we were not prepared to witness such a ciples, we 14ve the noblest man. We musitets, thiry-two cannon and two million cault of these calculations is given irr al- 4 4 retired over ab even ground the distruce
bdits of eqthesiasm from every partima of should look to this cessation of even the pounds of powder, and considerable specie. manacs under the head of Hequatioft of y;ACCEPTAN une 5.---- to (1 ist to <.8 1.... s.'v..w sh-si, .frqin the palisade the
the country, oathp reception of his none name of opposition at- the South, had we 112. ..r.r luming.1 in Ie time" or "sun slow, sun fast." No elvok inform the audidates of their nomination, : .ur.x,.9 .ca ....,1.6 th% crossbowmou and
nation. If present indications are not ex- not evidence, that some seem born for op- aboard, who were made prisoners, and every- can follow the sun in its irregirlarities, and appointed by the 5.r ...t,.1 Dondratic targeters putting themselves before tho:a
*,ecedingly deceptise, he will run the course position. }ye scareply ..4 ,2.2. L will -1.1..1 r ,L. r, i.. Gaeta' heince there are two sorts of time, the C t ted 1 Ilersebel r' on horsy back, thaft1si beasts night not .
thu.ghererySemitternStatewithsearcely surrangarevennow. blinister demanded the meautimewhichisthe.only oneghicha .7 on iht a he National Hotel, bewcauged. ..2.0. t..11st.y
ennougr. ofopp.misi..o to keep up the inter- restitution of the vessels, and the English good clock can follow, ..31 da sevens and eights to Je..Intgo it..-.r L... r
ear ps. Owing to the observance, of the Ambassador supliorted his demand. time which is the time given by dials st.... he received themin the largsdining .0.1 ye" -. In sight of the Christianii,
We J., n..r espect II -. noise an4 biavado fourth by the ofice we are compelled again ''he concentration of the Fiedmontem These two times agree together four times rown of the hotel, which was crowded with they made afire and taking an ,Indian by
of th, fr.e..ria ...t 11e Douglas entirely to hi fere e commputeation of "Z" to army in Parrbra was confirmed, a year, tied on.those days the clock asid cegen eme .unosti.:.0, endorsing the head and feet maW as if ..;n.1 1. nu

eT sor iIt amo ha A The chm rs.i C anY b it Th E21- he dial will be t el .ne TGhb e chaere It he evoes particular star tdh c hiblow 011 6 gui lu
snin.Ld R.mb rn men..wer- those agrQ ig :. 1 0 leftus on Thursdily last Ricandan ."..... Jo -fl... ...... Li.-...ual....r 24th. At other times, the princip es laid down is it. In his opilaion, that thus, they ighended to .1s, ,is|,
ash Mr 11.0 lish In, yiews of nouinter ;....I fbr the north, to-dpy .1.. La J U. ..iruith... ....1 LANE clock and the 3 21 CillT.r, and the greatest the .1 of non intervention was a th. .ians...o A most... us 1.3
termou.aud T..rres..r).1 .....::.,:;,al, id< .. r af. f bl,- theiro.. ana. : Init: r. and differeacowhielsooetirsioth beginning< u.... --pe... .t us.fth Tu..o tr. -migr..its..*.......coqual...rm.
.'anusa bominarrassiti-bmirror,-n -b liancen Pain fli Trearpects*-a -ab- ad- l ac. Lu J..r a...d r edime d the No .elts...-, aus. uurn In....: 0.20 > .gu al -- a. rum or t ., ,-wis... .so..: .ine..cly, al
the men C...rr.p*ire their *ul..are, IIt car Gr. .z m:..L-, s... 1. .1 NI r ....r. i ]lar .ca 1Im? a.1.1.1mr.:ri =,ae or war an bour 10su. li.; aura..: t..:1...w a 8 *Lui s>.11 Econa a -II... ,, ,,, ,pa.iurs ab 0 they should be
Br&eb.c...J;s- if *Mr l*,.u;I s', superior. Dd Canada d. .iE: their abseno ..< 'l l..- .N..r 1..rk .3..i.;;,r..:.0 n....t tabl.. .:1.:quit...o .?f 11.0. E.7th:9 pha Buive eone.ner.:isi Lat u2, .ji use. .'ub ,3 ,,..a. true place, e.gpnrythat if if ,was
t'ump.r.= me.. r-shing -,0.1 .Is..;< pduention' We wish them*.a pleadant. frip ind a admitted, <.1 use pr. year. Tra c.m. ruderag, we *Dir n I e., .J. us th. y w uI.f* been emboldened ..o
allisinfavorofMr.BRECKINIllDGE. ThoSG2 TGmaritilla ,_r,-al e., ,9 .],3.- p. ,:.4 IE La l.*GI 1..[ Elubsi.. 112)[ :1..: < \ra [4 ,314 [.*di fail. ulber line when *=tley
fanuliar with the lives of the two men, speedy and safe return. The Great Eastern Arrived. townsman E N..II.g a having mounted surpass every State in the Union, in the ,,;.14 dollus a..... inarmakes ent..mi.e...k
well know, that in lofty character, elevated steamer Cecile. 1--! a., June 28.---The leviathan the eloolsaud hearing overcome by his in.. production of NJ 21 .it. E-: Pitok Pine we e cominanded to dismount and, being
unprincipled gentlemanly courtesyof bear- We are authorized to say that this fine steamship Great Eastern arrived below genuity various obstacles whlah have pre. forests of great extent, and of richest quali seth four.squadrons, or al.: s:gral..Larged
ir.g, Mr. Douglas bears no comparison with steamenvill be withdditwo from the line early.thiamorning, and is lying off Sandy rented themselves, Let us now indulge ties, stretch along the banks of her -mm the Indians. They resided until the
the noble Keutuckyan. Boix andraised for a few weeks to enable her to undergo IIook the liope that our beloved I st., sir... R.,z ous rivers, arid are now becoming extensive- Christians came up to th.: Lots..-, ll.,:,, .
on Southern soil, all know he can be trust- th aintin cleaniu and eneial notable improvement, will.... i .7 or, ly intersected by railrods.> Some of the ing that they d..I..ud L'y: Ti 1 ,
ed ut der any circhmetances. There will a rough p g, g, g Isater from. Memoo" 4 will dil f turpeutine planters of N6fth and South
henoconcessionsfortimeservingpurposes. overhauling. Soon as th.s I doire she Privatelettersfdom.Montereyofthe22d, an datea ]jirosper ip ever sense Carolinahave alreadyababdonedtheworn- by that pri b.r1,1,;, whi t= pass..J 2
,Sundsus on principle, there he wig fall will again be placed on [Le r..ul.: betweeP and from.Matamgras of the26th, say thay .tl e wor Filiv.1 OLl: <.ut 5 1.1 f al..... t...r us.r irs.1uerry, for these strearn th. ll. and.r,; tar a son.carr.
Fif need be. Uruler the stagdard of I she St. John's and Charleston laid w[ Gen. Saragossa, in command of the Liber. I us..Is...r 1-...<.( Ima in Fi.:. frota thOEL**ac} b*.*.aub. ( 160 lan):He lf
country's rights ad constitution, he wi} know no boat nore worthy the patronage als, had defeated Miramon, and taken him Time which a good clock must mark, felPm hemino 41ts- at crelow Fr .io. ra y d t I ** lie horses igl
like the brave Spartan, bear his shield in of the traivelling public than the Cecile prisoner, near Salamanca. when the Sun passes the Meridian season thari the Carolina t a: Recon a It... a Indians were 1 .II...] and or r;
triumph, or be born back upo2. 4. Who whose Captain, FENN PEC)E, is the pioneer Gets. Ramiern comnianding a division of Ally 1st., 8 litimates after 12. sent to the Charleston is .rks:c e..rly in Of ristians wooded, of whom, after a few
thenimallySouthern State can hesitate ofsteamnavigationinFlorida waters. Aliramou's troops, 1.-- been .J.:(....r..I by 10th., 5 a a a February 11 5-:.v. from pluran. .3.ys, fifraea died ch the way. Every
. Ort 20th 6 a a a tions, -1, ..J. o .t.......t two n...urt... ..Is..r ..0. rlaug..t the Governor to have corn-
between Breakinridge an( Douglas? Mr. Douglas Accepts. emeawar was rn in Neuva Le August 1st.,r 6 a a thain it is generally produced in North or mitteda great fault: in El need.r) sq :
Will not these same talents, education. WASHINGTON, June 29.-Mr. Stephen ak gang oix sc 10th 5 as a a South Carolina. Several extensive n en- amine the state of the i.e...ur..i ...s Ihe up
ebaracter, pran ple, and courtesy commend As Douglas, the nominee of the Hump Con" ei i favmi th eun Nort 20th 3 a n a d t 6 is r yh To of tsh .... 1, / / r .s in. .1
int equally e conservative, thinking mention, has formally accepted the nomina- Commonfort. Sept 1st. O minutes before l2. Florida Railroad, byNofth Carolinians, and hope the Indians had of escaping an
mund at the North? Do not these things tion. He considers the principles eunnela- a 10th. 3 a a 0 are doing a prosperous business. With the seen irr that direction, they fought posil
recommend him for this position of hoisour ted by the Convention which nominated U, 8.84nate Adiciurrel 20th, 6 a a a therease of 4 1 ? ..'au e. these planta. .. to L.r..Lau, and a ..33 ch. en. 4. of

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us.. Archbishop JInghes as again before
the public in another than the character

simpOy of a prelates The Archbishop and
d ee n fit boadlgor
Jo yield obedience to a City Os;a nance.-
The Oity Inspector desires that the Arch-
bishop, and the Catholic clergy in general,
shall make and file at his oilice a registry
of all marriages performed by them. The
Archbishop refuse, aed anys that to do so
In all cases would be to violate the obliga-
lar of his consolpnce. -The penalty .18
. ..I a .. ..; In .rns ..1, ....i ti,.. City Inspoo
La II w r. 1.... ... r.. .1 .: a case to test
the:...... -rc
-----+ *--
A P' "A i=.=.It or or....sal tes
ri..,..,ee.g....rp,. ....0 .n.......1
"'., li .to.) rion n.n.,,r 1,.: t.......I
I would nodmote ls a ri s a t unotile

1.. ... r.nIhq r .r-"Pub not ni
ru r no pl 0.:- 1[. even the
1 8 b exple u

0J in I I
FiJ.r-- .uts did

e' r r .0.1 ir:

**I TYiefil v. 01 it.'-.La acu
r-c.u- party of juvenile Philadelphians
vere "recently" ierepuding the pretty
..elLlofawedthy uak .h heyhad

he To'" c an'hour, w as
in measured phrase to -ld pro

1 gd? e (1,tf il is 11 r2
songsitud play Li. u.... .. I'sedis-
turbanceaf.wear, 1 .... = the

11 tdg w re tand tmust SD
WeEtly WISH the. Same. Ut if 1510 16 &
distant place,1 would advice ye to to toote.
..ill not be iu Date until a very

on At b sash went down with

Like city and auwannee Rail Road
This company ortharsized a few days ago,
Ji lie.214..:ta...f e osllo qA. int

don, Jesse S. Wood, S. L. Niblack, Col. W
M. Ives, I)r, A. R. Berley and M. Whit
.Smith. Subsequently, the Directors held
*1 meeting, and unanimothly elected Gen,
Wm. 8. Moss, President. Quietly as has
tl... sp). I*...rb listl....aterprise moved .ou,
i., an ..sts..I.... a cork of much impor.
is .11 rs., -Jull ...:.*, .be surprised, it,
wh 0 upleted, it turns out tobe a payin.
inestinent. That vast atid fertile rqgioa,
known who nil..y.:.f the Suwance, in.,
eluding Is: in. I, e..' Lafayette, and the
South-western pottion of Columbia, will.
lindanimmediateandUnilable .:.e.rlr by
,r*,ii) and should rally to :Ir *1 ,of
a er .J in .ri constrixotion,-St.

GaltilOf ORYCity
i long and continuous season

6.50r lit..n be.) Dub
teast 1 IThi*. Is.:r *
c lijabr. Bi* Us

uiorl n ulitr tra

a sory. .L d L...

fort lastweekthe ri-
? '"V
-, u aer, Ir .J.

o h tr by no n
..,, a

new n ormuen is -th

1..It t ea
tod .. M. tu ,,,,
...) ri, ,
e pu o

q paign. Those
not claim to
n, which I ,,


ir an n
in.d WI I am"
Mills inhI g., :upp"
16*: ***.ne *1 /1
1..,;, J by th.x b 51
tr..L ary.ul.* p. i. l.,
die. N.11sonal si**
1 Larl **! I

I i.1RI ,,, .. .. .
.pa 1 *
.r L 1. .
.11 1

n I r
n .

.1 1 . .u .1 and con

e v stcoat in t dr narl
t sroat, wid twinano a taidg s trdon

disturbs him. He likes the hill tops, co\
ered with high trees, and on ye the vrely
of the distant hostigon and c sys a sen.
He in- a .ri.. _1.0 nose, and the expros 08n
J.f 2,.- I e .- both lively and anna
Mis conversation is nupretending, brit it
risesto elo uence when be talks of Itall
and liberty.

EUROPE.--Wile U .ondent
of N. Y.-Tribunt I, 2. 1 ... I .1 .. in his
Last letter :
The State Departiffent is in receipt. of
heavy European mails. Most of the dis-
patches refer principally to af5irs in Italy,

knE i nates h toTarithre Tsbac
in all his movements by French ingsigue
whileMr.Dallassays that the great filli
bateroposseses the sympathy of the Eng
vernme .

Garibaldi's expedition attracts much st-
tention. Nothing authputic has 1 een heard

GOOD.-The Home a .... Itsuim that
the Squatters at Balthnore might have
saved themal.<- Its ( ...21.1.:- ...1 giving
Fitspatrick to U..-u;Is, i..r D mains would

inAr I i n..HL OVE INOBd--
publed upon the wra a ra. re Stall: 'f. W.
Brevards Jr:, Adjutant and Inspector Gen-
eral, with the rank of Brigadier General;
Hugh Archer, Quirtermaster General; and
R.G.Williams P master General with
stherank of Coloziel.-Floridlan & .[our

Memphis, in ten yhrs-from 1850 to
18 --0increased in population from 5280

MERCU NUT-Why did Mr. Tod, of

u'"ilt q rs on o'' Jim
urday, an uncomfortable one? Because
the cushion (GUSHING) hR@ been removed.

slip* A celebrated urriter says: No we
man can be alindy who can wound or mor-
tify another. No matter how beautiful,
how refined, how cultivated she may be,
she is in reality coarse, and the innate
Vulgarity of her nature manifeats itself
here. Uniformly kind, courteous and
4 polite treatment of all person, is one mark
of airtlewomans

N pursuance to an order granted me by the
Judge of Probate cogrt of St. Johnscogn3,

so air sto I coi
get. .< .. rn u 2 . -i p
b. ., He . 0.

e .) :,.:. cT
n j 1 bekg C ,
t.onging to 1.. I
... ,. 1, I, or hear the River st.
i..r. ., a .. .. .. South, Ral.:. 1
severe enst, Section Ten ofprivafe -..

fuMituated in the chanty of st. Johns in
Terms Onli
SAR Ti TrivrT .. <
By .= l...
Jacksonville June801800

7s i
Augu no a olt S Apropet
..1.. .. thersonforthy
r sq ft a us

LBeIn .
L autri *1r
"n.;r. 1, -1
11 1 tra. 3 L )"



st ra
Ro uro. June e-1860.

O 80.
a to . n 2 a

.. 1, ul I .

. ...,, a 3 .,, .... .... .... 2
by law, or this notice ill be plead in bar of
th eat, ;BDwl

- ] JggifIJgg I IFIJBNI'flIRE !!


p *ygg 'I'gy100.

(Formly H. P Dron arg.
e. 41 BOW ERY. Mek los k.
. ...
es 3 ,e Bs u,;r, o*C. 4 ... .....s our

An>the United States.
si. .- p...... gue.,a...ty,- an.ns--
r.. p l. <. 1..... ..,[. s ..J. ,, ,*,.,, , i nts. -

A 19lahogany
,and Walant
orC . .1 1 c. r r 4, ..u .

er li, 1... she f ourb rn T. Jr
_1 Ma* Main*Alst'RaiQg dely roy..

.GUAR.1 ff D .LS

BatafadActi the. I -

... n...


as Ret.Ron b.&T.Extermust

o star s
Go as Bed-bag Es erminator

oarar ec tree Powder, for In-


-in .
,n so, -, . r ..

v r
of e odf th uild tit ena rnames SHERIF "5 SA E. Crackers B. E. CARE. sealdy 1 into. q
A Senator of metal-Bell. () . ... .. ....r. u..s .u n.. will keep them pos --1 0 .
i.:..... ..,r. .-Ti.; .r .11 ..u .1 1. FRIR FO Men orieisure w.n n
's s....l...r ....1-..-1.....,, i1 fascinatinganddel., .ma .
A greasy Senator-Chandley. .,/ ... TT L' TH T - T -19 as mused 041 to ... ..r
Aeg us..., ....,r..i-ll.,rII 1 . L 9 1-. **II rarl one 5- ..,,,,,,,, .11..- r .!. .0 p.. 1 .r.
Al., e.....r..-0.....5,rrl mi. 11..1 ar ALif L L11H 1
A healthy Senator--Hale. c. . . .. ..a . r .1. I.. 1 Impoilersand Manufacturer of Photographic
A grave Segator-Toombs. 42 6 / / he sand three 1 n n Indeleole Ink. .r / .. Vie s
Ar ., . .. .r -1 su Thirty-three Acres, being the third part of cer- LACK nd Red Ink. Leffer, Sole, and St, "1* . .. ..t. .-a
** ) tangrautorAnudeoutaining 1. n... acresmode .tionery. c...r ..c;r .1 ...,ansi r..rr
Sporting Senators-Hunter and Chase | or ice said moved coon . .... . ...a. a ., ,,g .. .,a
ApiousSenator-Pugl3. 131ilesoutholdthdryor .0 li .. ..,1.rm. Aprilli-1san ToPhokagraphers.-firstelass
A provissional Senator-Rice. ,, ,, I oup t ned until the 1st Enter.1-an Daning Table s. -te. ..* 1 : .0 8 unt.el. with price
a na -- 8 1,,3 top salo is ... r p. .. 1 uillil t ., b. ( 7 ?..11. sk D -. r-f I Ts e.1 Newar8ire.

A 1. . .1 -1 .r Monday in June. June2 ]860.
An old salt"-Seward. The above unle is postponed until the first EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
1 hard out for Sainet to crack-Ches Ti v le is postponed until the fMt ARG Siz 1 Is 1 koom Glass, GOLDPENOILS

n use:I= The bove sale is postponed until the first un 0 B. E. CAKE, 6 0 LDL 0 0 1E T 8!

as tD St 1 1 be t 1 ed until the first PAINTS A GoldPenail with Gold Pen attach'ed,
LEON RDY, aged 58 years. The above sale is postponed until the first / 75 Kegs Pure White Lead, OE
lur. I conardy was a native of this place ,"ery t not until the first Bad els sed il. do GOLD LOC KE 7,
and though retiring in his habits; was a Monday in December next. 2 do Sper Turpentine. or $5 O O!
worth and esteemed eitizen, whose death The above sale is postponed until the first 10 Boxes Glass- AD A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
7 monday in January next. Paints Brushes &0. B. E. CARR. WORTH PROM $2.00 TO $3.00 *
willbe lamented, not his own im- The aboys sale is postponed until the first June 9 1860
dist butt al role of Monday in February next. AFTER Two Years'profitable experience in
me e connexion, y arge ci The above sale is postponed until the first }t our present mode of disposing of our Jew-
friends, and acquaintances. Honday in March next. EFOSil GTO0erleS. eny, so., ana.rrom the universal satisfaction
The above sale is postponed until the first 7 T J 1 r Famn given to allwhohave patronized our house, we
Alg:ulay in April next . r.. : if y Gro- ,z z,, ,, ,, g, .. a 1. r
WlAIL ARRANCEMENTS* The above sale is postponed until the first .-.. SWINNEY'S Cas/St [nLL.Is .1
NE WS CH EDULE monday :F1.. next. et 15 ore. e wishitunderstood that this No Lottery,
Northern Mail closes Saturdays at 9 9: M. The .t.... -1.. is postponed until the first __ but fair and gRimate sale, wh h ea
4 and Thursdays at 11 A. M., mondyqiboTyn alT postponed until the Erst L LI l' I 1.1 I 1 1 E it it it Gi U 1 I.N 1
southern Mail closes on Saturdays and Thrirs- 11 in fuly next. G..*!.E. i e.** .
days a 8 A. M. 'The above sale is postponed until the first .r s.. L**u shr r (.ru 1 .
Nort drn M 1 is di 0 on Thursdays and Sat- Alonday in A go teneS erTE ejDr outy, c ( . i_...,J i

Solithern Mail is due on Friday at 12 AI. and March .= 1 -1 4:, . I 0 _,. II ... .,, :...
Sunday the office will be opon for 0.1, z CITATION. IIOICE Hams, dried Beef, mose Beef, mess We propose to let a person know What Pre
11 4 ILLpersonsinterestedintheEstaten .11 ri Molded Tongues, miumhewillreceivebeforesendinghismoney.
* il*..< a 1 From 9 to 12 and 3 to 5. A hicCrabb, deceased, or in the El ... 1 .B. E. CARE be e ide <1 en esm a t it med oe a
Ohu J, o al 'll e of 8 .ivia a address, stating whether .. the Pencil
F.,rus.:Legishargre:. tetioninthoCircuitCourtof St. i--b. wit; andPenorLocketand make their
The friends of JOHN J. DAELING, Florida; for leave to sell the a II m @f tI jig el-et u r o 11 what
Esq present his name to the citizens of St. Estate of which said John W. McCrabb died "
Job a..r; ... ? Candidate ... .* 1 r-- *1 ?58 [ .1, i ft'.. ,
the .. ..1 1 0 alu the next Leg E. and 11. W. o -e ..g ,-c ,, aaa .

r- / .1 < Li L coal. r:.4 7, t. . n.....
bt C? Fr low PC r.1PR rrn .Ir..u
..1 ..r .. El

r v / 1 ] 20001 BilitinlOff.

LL persons indebted to the Estate of James r j t H [L [ F_1)HL F FL 0 ( R Bi .m. pt
Rir, deceased are requested to inake im- q .. ,,. c to ..A . ITHEA T, 5i. F J CR, L.JRI'a 4.. c. g ...
mediate payment to the ---1- c: ;r- 1 And all aLO RFL IN O/IEESE, .. ran area n m...u, r
persons having claims ..c.a n.. ,,,.1 estate .1 sena ... .
'. =r-i- *.JR present the same within t\vo April14 1800, Geo.r.=11 ....--car loose.. 0-.?... allyrt.u :.!,.1I t 1-r...Inc.
.. 0... notice will be plead in bar-of Or .r 1. 1.* Last. orrocket)
their payment. Ms 28 1860 B.E. CARR *= of c..ue.s a is.l-i:,al.r .
JO8El HC FEF.PLika is .,rant... L.,.12.sassel ...mi..2..r. :ue
July?-twits me. 111 2[1 Gentle In.n's Gold and SJver Watch-
EPOIR BaltilROrt es, on as 4.[ and Guard Ctirains.

NOMOO* A" ore.."$::n:'s. so :rstd l , r Re RICS
LL erso a indebted to the Estate of Wil- ed of at low rates to close. BY 80HR. RICHARDS. Gold Shirt Strids-plain nil with settillgs-
liamRifdeceased tea tomal: Consisting of--40 Bedsteads all Sizes; 80 e Gold Searf Pins-ne 1- G 11 Breast

zz ? "I'E.'":ii e^" oo" b FB 5 PBa Pins, Gqld 3 gs,
are required to present the same within two .r ff arr ., i rd iB. E. CARR, T. .1. I aret, a. .1
years, or this notice willbe plead in bar of their on c. bc
paynteen G RGE COLEE, Administrator. e a q ed in a 141 e IT e 8 EF F L 141 itiff Fi. 1 ,ii I so IT ... ..3 1,.. .

BE SOL . .8. E.OARIL L. It E. I I kills, A o M e as Mu- h* is &
NOTICE. May.12-y Joe. ce p gn le ur n ..:.e.\- n whenever
11 months after date, I shall make applicar rain
tion to the Tudge of Probate 6f St..(ohns FRUITS- KEROSENE OIL. r, 0 r sending your names,.write the
county for a final settlement, and dis- HOICE bunch Raisins, Citron, Currants, 217791 Ns La Ne t G ENUINE. Retail per. State, County and Town plainly, so as te arnid
charge as the Administratrix of the of Estate Dates, assorted Preserves, Jelly, Ginger,. .Larac obl e I e., i .. l., Sliledes, at reduced letterai l...1z.p sh.:3r -ied -
WilliamTheaboutdeceasedlateof saidcounty. dried Apple, Almonds, Pecan Nuts, Brazil p.m--sub 11.ul, Oil, Ferry, r....11,s A3dress,.ANGLE & u.O.
M. D. HERNANDEZ, Nuts, Pea Nuts English Walnuts, RickoryNuts he I .. 5 1< ra* 3. ECA RE . 11.0 1'& NAL STREE i. II.*I 1 N. .
Feb 18.1860. Administratrix. Jan.21. D. E. CABR. June9--1860 bEVv YORK.

_ _~_I


~.. ~I

Kerosene. Kerosene. 13 9

@ Camphepe. 2

BuiningFluid Large.Wick, 558


/ 2 1 to 4 1


300 87 29 00

Te e I o ppl atiTrafoe, by Mail or
AUSTENS, Agents,
98 Fearl Street, N. Y.

ura e iniso a or \' o
sale Druggists, Grocers, Camphene and Burn-
ing rinia manufacturers and dealers in Lamps.
N.FB.-KEROSENE is the trade-
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cautioned against using the
80 ti'rade-mark for other oils. Sm -

__ ~

Ew Yonx i was.

e. n, arragnus *
T II Ch bers, Piano .18anus
I crmerly Dubots & Stodart, and Dubol9,
Bacon & Chambers.)

NEW 1011& CITY
Thisi 8 referble pines to I...elie Orders
3 I nor faaItsfull, exe.'s.ER.J. He dI -t Satis-
n6 -,= cis...ny, with de enistionof
to ..'-c.-prim. *

'50001 HOUSE
Af'fiGOIos the St. Johns
rest Ir f l< .5 near ..pea
I..r th. re r'ran of Dr.eders.
'stan iT ..I ins:- F. >.nrly t--ora
Lau rse.i rs**n ly furra..b.J. Ir is-a. el.el tas=
nie ofme SL. J*Ath Alrer Est mak abbre (up...
I am.rminusef the in Real 1 -rs-1
( , not
wi Augustine Alir.ed -nagear;sil eave
St. :Line swer Thurs.Irs, fi.r T.,o. amind re-
t n g) 9 1'0 .berary fr..tay uns., abs 1.,,r.;.1rmphia..,pply;.,
Dec. 10 li ..

UET ds= e ( ? up Ironi New
p f ork. I to .ce (1<, a r, I revisions
A shes. Po as es, Ons..r li.. as as o ted

Family MOur,
AltRANTED Whi Ez r F.m le *'
a yGbt g 1 1 I
May ..-1860.

Indeleble Ink.
LACK r.d 00.1 ina. I unt, Nore. ami 5 to

Aprd II---18etch, R 9


A"" " me ..
si of sP mr me t .El. m.., at I so
Consisting of-40 Dedsteads an 6.
Msitrasses; [Hair and moss;] 150 re art. .
1>w.40D...sanMsts:rsus.....**I .
l">rs e us.-ra.:.Ji IG L..Is.r.,: sa.,, ,,,.... 1. Em
( res: ne.i- Cary...In.,, dia.....4, fund s
Ethe .Qmc..& .y. Lat.=[s...f. ..
al. ananenana as-..r. rar e.t ual asru s .
app. Agas sinure rus .ps*H.>ael.11 -
LM 2---1860. B. E. C.j

HOICE bunch Rae it .se..a. Garrsor
Dates, assorted P, facure."
dr ed Appic, Almurn s F so N. >. En:.1
** Fu s fi, s...; 0,,,
J n I, i.,"

steneronoung 'r..ttes.

*ST Talsle.. &.ie it. 2 .. J To

LEGE Size Plated Glass, Bed 6om Glass
a d6Q. B. E. gARR,

76 Kegs Pure White Iend,
B do ZiLn dd d do
Paints Brushes to. B. E. CARR.
arse 9 1860

freSII GrOceries
178Treceivedafreshsupplyof Family Gro-
cones at
es IS) SWINNEY'S Oash8tore.

A"" "'er ma n BlacqWigg I .0.0
L R.&CKPS I 3.. t..uus
AMS, Bacon. Park, LarJ r Ec -
=>m at cans,
. 6-1860.
CHOICE 000[*
15.? re .]d Be../. us E. tr
r a Recent rpyl Pea/me. Ps c.p ,
ar.. *h. 8, *Ir pp

Pt.*RL &
rr r or 7.3
For Sale at B: E. CARE,
From HakilllOre. .
crozes razzr nova
deneral Accorithear of Chores Grocer en as
Marc .1 we. P ces Ir.r 0.ant. 0 F (11 P.

from BRItimore,
II 8082. RICITAgyg
61 But L 30 ren 24--1800. y g;g4gg
Car FULION ManitrT grams, aggy
Re-ei ed. AJeo Barter. Obe a Cradrer
.ar.1. B,...m. Park. &e. B. E CAD "'
Urse 28. 1860. *

Jitic Call at the new Storeunder the Ma.
some Lodge opened by HERTZ, if you

wantdheapand prime at e e Gro-

ARINA, Corn Starch, Lemons, Graham
fwd sM, Ma rai, Yest
Jan. 21. B. E. CARE.

HOICECLARET, CiderAle, Porter,
E .... ...p, Raspberry Vinegar, Gin-
r'- .- Brandy.
ge B, E. CARE.
11 1 Li1 1l..\DS,

[ aiEureaus, Mattresses,
an. 28. B. E. CARE.
ASINS, Currants, Citron, choice Mustard,
do. Ca sups, do. Olives, do. Fresh Mack-
erel. Herring, (. re1.. .... la -
Mar. 3. I
RAHAM CrackJrs, hadian Corn, Corn
.. i. ravin, ., -, .. .pioco,
xm Ti, I R CA Mac-

WOULD respectfully inform l is friends
and the public generally, thathe is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
line which they may favor him with. He has
a t gi,
st 1.,
Ties, Ro.
m Allhorders ex uted to the best style of wor

cyCE. Atlantic-ChoiceV-:(.I.L1-.. E*
0 ]Yried Fruits &c. b. L Pl


OLr sEM as, cMes a or ups,
soused Salmon, p,..t. I him.0 1 .
V",selatme. c

OOd Assortment



0 raxvo

AglIOPS. -
THE $UBSCRIBER keens constant
on hand, and for sale, liquors of the
[. r .r .

., . .
rr it s ( .rands su 11 as St
Julien, * -1 .. 1.. r L re . I
Porter.C----1.1,,-=l- ust.5 Jobs.0,
ton's Bitters, Orgest &0 &c. C. BRAVO
Feb #
Herm'etio Sealed
a .
. ASSORTED Meats, Ducks, Turkeys &0 &+
At B. E. CARlt,


808 Broadway, New York,
Aftw May lat, 146041601 BROA a

restingne texetaining, amusing, and exciting
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow-
ledgeits worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere .
In presents to your iriew every part of the

EC .r go re everywhere explore
-a st* .1 . America, in search of 1
.10 r r as, I .r ur { 1 of their
We have as im nense varlefy of paper Views

8 o an<
n joTun ies. a urd 7,
P. 3- istorical, amusing er, r
r ... 3. F .la. =.r's.r.... usu-
ary, &c., 0. I u* *.8:.; rus :ral ..I in
runner..I orr -I. I I,1,....:, (1,a.,b.., far,.]
*.>at.. L,11 I Is. V,:c., tu. Its> ef-
e L*r.ate-J r..-p -s rearli-
)L Ir*. .
Er.r fe lan s..[ i chills Gud thined thia
els.x, earshasdeter.c cs3u ar-oc.el.i- shareweir..,guere.*
e -. p rag 1.. ..... .r 11.10 er.-s Near-
rn ,} r r.r,. ur ..I

a n r a b

r . I 1.. II. L .1 Mar r, re
5..11 to I .... r J met..0 It
ain roe ice 1 on ob3mg no
Paris large orders for Anthony's litatantaneous
Views of Amer can liftWHI scenery,
St oo thtiS woohavte gu pub shd
Fulton Street PrsVer Meetities, in whkh manY
L ..a-l.c ...,re ..-r iss. F... -..i nt..
ur ca og 0 e nd prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance Bending us $3, $6, $10,
$15, $20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and suchpictures as they may request, setti by

o ii(withouta trunkent
really valuable in thqline that comes out, may
send as their names to place on record, and we
wH eo us o d ou oo ge se. mod
fasc a8ngon delightfutleamusement, 1 j
necessary for their success ..- -rs -st. .n-
structions '-How to take Stereoscopic Pictures."
Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic
geneschants from every section of the
country .. . . .. ...s.. I our an ex-
"'ea elic, ,....rus. ...ittothe
traT o.Ph oto r ap In ers.-First class
22:"i":"thema, was, e.



v or e s. oor

AT" i'27'" -
elry, &c., and from the kni 8 satisfaction
given to allwhohave patronized our house, we
I L 1 1.1
each, which -.. 1.. Du 1. ... .r .- 01.< .
for thesamel E **** lue-
chase, each person receives a Primiuin of Jew-
$1"stit? "Dit.%""Yellitworth
We pro $ose to let a person know what Pre-
t""t:, ,....11 ;; .
aboves* . rse.r ..i :.r .. t..r.. 2 .1
address .... aud Pen, or Looket, and we will make their
selection, andinformthemby return nfail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can theh
2;:,;" Inese o seness, ro, it im.,
.Our plan. from Ir eit is 0:, it. th> ab. -e
tuaru E., go,, 4, .ral Bass.ra.:1.. ...5 ta.:1.

1, b. atr pr r.n dricall 1 Lapolo1
r 1. r r .

o "
mong our n ... n ,
Indies and f.. me, 5 .
GentleG 's Gold anduBitnr Watell-

Gold 81eeve Buttons, Gold
Watch Keys,

tart a a- plarn na
Pins, Gold R 8 &0. j Breast

Th sw 01 oTYa chstFlorendine, osaise, Id
and Ear Rings, Gold acelets, Gold Sleeve
Buttons, Gold Belt Slides, Gold Rings, ke..&c.
corUd p on b references given whenever
st to, 2/ 4 oMopa esa on
letters bemg m2aearried
Address, ANGLE & DO.,
102 CANAL STREET, (Old No.)
FEW 7014&


(Esunusan 1854.)
q so, mad a impiove-

The attention I su u-T 1. r r .: ully
04104 to the E --ra a 1., rI... r e..Ir .r .
photometrical L L., 3 i i.- c,
Esq., of New Y- Ch r, ..el in I. 0*
1806. 4


90gfRRY 40 78710?,
(Forudy H. ? EGRAAF )
NA SYBOWERY.15ew York,
This establishment iss(xatories in height, and
makingit one of the
in the United States,

heir StoolEconsists, in part, of

RUd IValnut

.11....s-.r rm.3 w...0so r workanpusu-
>.aua, n..-a-..,.,3 --.sys.: si,.,,,,.<-e a
***se- .-=-->. La Peters Claurata fee nine,
RU. le we 4.. I 700
JOHH} Llad and Eagousion Post
9, OfI I E FMskily 1...? the SamLhelp Tr
Thou faciurnin for rr.Ankforgazing .1
ensGan. ,-
IsrP ittavoilli 00.111.15PFfts AB 112-
Pi'L: El 1 Ll. ,@
Go ds Retailed oti Turse.

< .., non n,, .. our'

a 1 8
i'Costar's" Rar, Road, &0. E:terminar
Costar's" Bed-bu; EKlerminator.
C).sraz*'a" Electrie Powder, for In-

Rats-- 1. .. rr 00.2 11..=*--
a -c -f is a
1 &c., &c,

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and Te
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t...eds/r I
le RY R COSTAR, Parace Devo ,


enz eux
cAsa oxPITA ,,

$200 000.
a nees-ws mospwar ana
This Company Insures Buildings, Aferchan-
dise, Ships, I up .rc rg. a st, j H... -
e Ir r . ...
oi 3
WM. JAFFARY, Secretary.
on a n. r exa n.s an

June25 Agent, is lus.. ,;0..



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,d ..,ra with
r.... untry
untry friends n c. i F rty
It r .J. ... al- a..Is be

8*2 ary dollars
1 b as ad a live re cIf,.f.,r cent..- 4
....t.. ,,,,,as......
on roo ons, .man,.e..maincaE-
. is at 1 E Jean

if, C7.1''.
Lsagh-r, Mr,,
[:e.ney. .Meri-

English Cambrics, Red and W it Plannels. and

liter r..r :,.ne oil U.75pesGal.
,,.! ,3" r lb
Goshn Butter 4
Coffee7lbsfor (1 or
.0adentir......r..JI. 8
f ly lanes on ,ar"L/ I r in
(11.113 I .L.,, 9..3,,,,,5,,,,. ,rn 41.11@,
Gratt..c., it. untcanr CARE.

TIG8 Dates Gum Drops Rock Andy. &0. Ro.
0 g,1,, r ot hK
April 7-1860, -

For sale in St. Asgusting ly
A large variety of Toys for the Hehdays.
Nov. 12 T. NJimday


Evep ag t andb n 7 Hern on1shoaM ked
profit Usat score from its salesbo a an act of
( ""jdtant erin@nib m in eat o7riBnk
For salain St. Augustisse by
13. E. CARR
April lt-1860.

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Remedy has the lar-

gest Sale Of any me*
dicine in the world.

100,000 packages ,
SOld m Georgia arid

O uth O RPOlina 18

OUPteen months. It

S WRrr 8 Is ted to

cure if directions

are IOllolved, any

case of Dyspepsia,


Jaundice, General

Debility, Palpita-

tion, Chronic Diar-
rhoea, Giddiness,

Depressed Spirits '

Oss of Appetite,

at 0 El 10 a ( 8 Hil


a ap e o -
male complaints; it

products -Ro(und-

ity of Form in Fe-
males of a Thin arid

Spare Habit.
YO Py I 8 ..1
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863 BroadW New York
For sale in St. Astgustine by

FEGETABLES, Peas, Corn, &0. &e.
y B. E. CARE,
April l4---1860.

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