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: July 14, 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: VID00200
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
alephbibnum - 002057499
lccn - sn 82014307
oclc - 8790001
lccn - sn 82014307

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$6 limi."A MOE AT tilm your artid -is, y.:.a. Is... :.E.g.I.J.,: I The q..caru...r her hu.t.m.1 In:- ..11..412.8
.. . 0.. ul.1 mapp.. .: ..=. Then Inc :w-1 _s..ur 1.:.rh. are: unic... ir. Utr..p-
Military School, as area e..... c. .3... E... -ote in e v.sw e or,, .... ,os.3,ss...
PR.BL SHEDICTERW$ATKiRDat b VII.LE L'.1 1.ior Perfert.c ..... a. u. wer.: b. .0 Ireb r..J.n-doort.*hes.,ruc.f a fairhful
at 11.H.EE's pl..:.. Gi.....1, 801 bl dem...Iss:Its Curche.d is now
110 ... ... ?r.rrr. F o v. A ...r...I..1se:. f...r the E .ne :- nee<.1, its*. w-'*- of all No.:1:.r, she minist.:r, :,0.3
$1..411 tlSlille,81.John'SCO..Fla., r. Our.and a .5 ..:rs..rmits to su b mil sup. p.claps the1. ..-lar.:.r --f ibe French rn.:.o.
E* ry < part >ur pr:seat 11...10.3.1.isireas. Tw.war..1,
M ATTH IASR ANDREU n AligilstillP. FlOrida. m.>..saros e as e......c o....., se s., a -nissolvin' the Union."
PROPRIETOR. Iscred. 8 real ar.- sadcing f..r the rs.:.m.
b r. Saturday, July 14-,1860. ionip do a oppose to lair Trust Sk me rhe exam,; of 1555
PRit <.4 Si ilSCHIPTION. .3 Enerne. HM D. 5 [w.:-minent p..hrician mile a
ER ANNUM '.0 1. Ha..J. name camp.mier. J I our du uo speech -it Quins.y. After lie see

one liar p el e v...J Pr e r...le of 11.r.... ..:.unrs to Iold d 1 cr .: at, 1 fund wirbour b.>lding on to
onder, the a Pr pr.mary ra cri,..s fort as purpose.:4appose- L.A 1 1T .. .. e e..:. ash ... -r r.r.: stol.:gures e.:. r. P.,only L'..t....maun I.:, are ra c.:mp meeiJ **Co ence and I .i.ct, v..u'refiell o'
q. t,- a id arO.:r.12,..o flas rel...f .July nest, rare t.ceal: .1 y me.r .au it 8 :.ho' th.. Uo....n; J..a ena's .1.3 n
you .. and ROule to Charleston, to nin.u. a set ur ...3 e.r..n p.m-.o uniqn and c. . .el.s 1,. food a ,,,, cc an; a warm* up dor,
6, VIA SAVANNAH sis a re pro at I .: wary .0 0.: She >>1L w la racter.-r;e ..f sk Stral pangled Banner; b...w ye 2
he e i L ours. .Ur marru .4 gri, auth r....o r I Ir is, teceides, a ,,,ywid-: lliar. eh? Ar. ye n c.:.u
n. II e New and Splended g. man. n., a m...n.g..,=lioly .,,,........,,,., s..,,,,.3,pe s..,,,
bro a 6 n Ir at a .. 1.1 r sance ,o. r..-110,go .. 3.1.:.s.:.I.lkind, .je fraud,' N -ar no, Ill@ this; .. n [
a GI . ..r r n I .ss- we .1.: unit **EM II. lb. sppr..L.:n:s...o .:. .,4,,i [Ch...r:
n...I p.:.hrs ours..-s....1, but rad.. ule, ul era I oppr. .. A th- dellent.: ad" **Ami th:ar go.:J <.1.1 t..osmbat the E. 0.1 "ca-lar 6:. 11. .1...1,10; .rl,1. Bells, whi 1 J.> ,,pp9, ,,atabar GII.-JYwakeeDoodly

. o CATP. PENN PLCh *,ta..ur...u..YII. ..Ir.:..r.e 1.. th,; worlour 6.pear.) a, winth tnia.:.neans. .gin*r... rta Unise ,,the Norf 30.1
E . .r. Ar.r..a 0 :,>.1 p... r... i... ul, red as th.. c.par r .. ,hairy. sad interwo the D.... al..- Sc.ul. I y boldly, the
L . . . .. .... ,., ,, ,, ...I pt-:al a ant.:2.: r, c.c..j mb a 4. n sm 11> Else testrare .:*1 ristannerE. 0,3, t. *L=1' [<.'6 L r . .. with rI... .Jul..rrut s...: I ur..J.,1t.,u.] i. the- ps-s...a the ual...o of .. go, r),,; U..au3.4 waker 3 run-'
.. We ... .. Lionsof ourcounty. 1amneitherapoliti- winserstricausinpandtendernessy-whlehas nin'down there, called the "Fathero'
J ,. cian noy agitator, and in this statement de- inflamed'by a single female, which prefers Waters'-how areye a goin' to divide
. r . ..... sire amply to do my duty. If I Gr ics re-- herto the rest of her sex, and which seeks that? Are ea goin' to dam it up with
gard to firets, it shall not be rulinal, not her possession as the supreme or the sole Mason and Dixdh's line? I shy you ou't
.. . will the donarture, if there is any, be of happiness of our being. I need not blush do that thing! Well you can't! [Cheeraj
.. oa ow, commone- importale or all, ar;n tin- object of my choice; and And thar's the 3 Wilr....) byan' our the

5.1 tae 1, Mr.YULEE,.softl6Seten or Dight years ince..3gle wr., i.q, wasdisappointed of suc- howye agoin'to dividekthat, ch? Ar
neermedia e andingson a .. J .: I .. c.:., projected a scheme to btripl certain cess. I am rather proud that I was pne you gbing' to .tie it up brith Alason and
i. -le- 1.- .. linesof 11silroad through this State, and capableof feelingsucha pureand exalted I.,s.,n line? Y...a can' do it. Clisely
an -c. mangre the opposition of men ...*l.a-.or..l mes.sou..." "And tbar's all the fast t...-s usu.J.o,
r .u- i. L .. scol ..rls..rni... Is.. L o, by his Sritineial ca the personal arr. ( '.12.1.3moiselle round beis:1s. ,ea goin'1.. d do them ?
painists-, .u...... 2 .1 tra ....mpler...; she [.0 Susan th...1,...i e-.... ,, belobe.1 by the Are y. a g:.0 r ma'em Nort, and run
c BLACK AND GREEN '[CA from F..ron..Jsists 10 Ce.Lar it:r.:, and rtues ..mi rnh-ole..I rhe mini Her fur- a 5 ,i run Ea.t and ran'em West?

..1. co, .Ta inty l' I ;*..\rn' line from Walifo to Tampa Bay; and we T pr 1-re he rIp ., to her coixotry here; how ye a goin' to divide they ? Are
o m .. .. Regulator A FAMILY 17 OESSITY: have now every reason to expectto see the The professi..o I1.. r fulner & .3 not extin- you goin' to give the olH ones to the Nolf,
.1 "," '"(0 Ti. r li -: c .r ...... Life J self;- cars at O ..1.2 r 11. u one year from date. guish the i=--:.+.s .:.0 and philosophy of and the young ones to the Souf ? Well,
always shpt in his hat. So hurrah for hats. (E.r. ...11 Ir.1.1 . *1.. u. 11.. fire it ,T 8 hisi temper, and he lived content with a you don't! If you go to thundestyou can't
Nov.12. T. NELSON. caught and scalldja th isop all th.- 0 ros i a 1. th hasae sed small salary and laborious duty, in the -do it! [Immense cheering.]

O to a was unbearable. It wasan awful sight' which Mr. YULEE.has contended and so some at of minister of Oraffy, la the "And thar's all the feathered tribe and
I 11, Mustang Limment appeared > mountains that separate the Pays de Vaud other bird
to extract I.- pain ahnost immediately. li far successfully-projected by the Gover- ft as flyia' about here, and the
.. ..,3..3.,- ur rs....,,,. ... nor and sustained with great bitterness by om the country Burgundy. In the soli- chickens and egg's nests, and the yaller

Oheap Goods, i as we i him und his interested and local friends.- tude of a sequestered il e, hen estowed legs and the black legs) how ye a goin'
PLova, a MEAL, 1 e 11 t I lyn vady sup eU one. his daughter. She surpassed his hopesby tyd I to e trf a theoi e
BUCKWHEAT, : 1. r .,,,.,, 1, .. . . to have the branch line from Waldo,.on by er proficiency in the sciences and langua- to the Souf ?" [Tremendous cheering-]
BUTTER, CHEESE .. I -'.. Orange Spring, via Oeals, on to Tampa, ges and in her short n-la 1.:.<...1 rs..r. Our reporter could hear no more, for the
LARD, parts of the habitable Globe* and are now hard at work on it, grading at ausanne, the wit, the beauty and eradi- roar of laughter which ensued, as the
BEEF, PORK, B LRNES&P SK, Proprietors, New Yo k and ye(Un,:. or tr....s cles. Gov. Perry and e of Mademoiselle Curchod were the "Doctor" caved in and fell from the plat-
FIER, ..gis..r so utl.:-men .ne parth.ub.1 interested e niversa applause. form.
PICKLES, No.1 Mackeral in -1,3 and Tubs. in having sh- 1 us c..macu ac/at Hatehet The report of such a prodigy -awakened

sUGAR, E, CATSUP, tes il eC, hlIlerring Sardine, ye and ears at 1 v6c tu)rall 0. r .]ot bi el i cuonnd yo ag ho w f shi nb e ed
TEAS, COFFy, the line now being worked, and nearer *oil:.0 pure n ,riumour and elegant at boarding school, and indulged in idle-
SPICES, O (ECTIONERIES, FOP BRIO. (""' ron neveso astle" o oC so a oi 2 sud&nkmno leasati 6 on e ofr At Aerusewason i ha

TOBACCO, SEGARS, THE two Story Stone house in the wayof the Railroad Company. me mt I t1 o a e exce o woaul
PIPES, withG1eot and hitchten &c., on Various means and measures have been to herfather's house. I passed some hap. me ill for, a week. One sweeping day I
POTASH, by Wm. REYESrtTwhom ap lei pi n way be used by G...g. Ps.r;n all of which are well py days there, in the mountains of Bur. wen bravely to wgrk, cleaning thoroughly
80DA, made or at this office nearly opposite. known to the community. The last and gundy, and her parents honorably encour- the parlors, day a si...xbers, us. fre:.n: na as
PA TS, April. 28,-1880. tf. most impontent is tQLave a writof injune- aged the connection. In -a calm retire. and hall, aft:r In-J. Ilay down and re 1:*]

PLU BROOMS, ALE &c PORTER. e Supreme Court to pro- ment, the gay vanity of youtli no longer until noon, sl.. nI and eat a hehtier
CAMPRINE, JORTril.02.1.rtt sc.0 c iters .e t], r.r .1,r let to uresh 11 to the mealthanl a mangaday Sine 3.1 rn

A 8, JELLIES. 4 LNDLES. Junt 0-1904 13 CC 8 an Edt a tu p a h Lt. h $<. 3 n ra coup -SJ we a p.. I r

Jania. 10-6 bill it a rr they a 11 n roarate ,and Jarea 1. upp.:.rt I but on ar7 relan to Ea,:1 ad son be n -tu nd body and up rierest?
ER PILLOWS, BLANKETS FEATH- Alr. EDLEE 8 scheme, or Oc.v. Perry e- red the fath.:r resuld In be ar 0 eq Jerful vigo rear aeb I has
CHE AP GOODb. ERS BOLSTERS, QUILTS, MAT-. whether the C's:.ut.Ey and Bruts at Large ls to of this strange ,dliance, and that bout hith e .:.ung ks.J...=,
E. MEDDOUGH, at the old stand ofDu- TING, CARPETING, CROCK- be benefitted without respect to persons, or consent I war destitute and helph-- At try my Cathoheon."
a pont, sooner of Treasury Lane announces ERY, KITCHEN FUR- a new line is to be our mad 12rspective of ter a pianf/struggle I yielded to my fate3
pl no rine specurraeni of Sprmg and N1TURE. REMAINED the general interest, and the resent work tfai 1 la blEMS TOR TI[EMISSES.-Ory at 8 Wed-
arkxe doridanele nO andmoneyexpendedonittobelost. was oa s he yati6ni mby ding, Scream at a spider. Never leave-
/ ./ it. nt.ja tio t MATBESOLD. B. E CARR. As to the various formal charged against ee, and the habits of a new life. My r pla ke i the drawi
will b.= r please u ntance the gr. ods. Call and June 2 1860. Mr. YpLEE-"self interestt" making him. cure was accelerated by a faithful report of fain Mind
see, self wealthyand all of that sort of thi the tranquility and cheerfulnessof the lady going to a you are so,: 4 .1 1
AISO ER 'tia all clap-trap. That he has made m ey herself, and my love airbaided in friendship as Joa's 111. your partner. Ahjure rig-
FineFamilyGroceriesFreshand dailyteceived. RYE FLOUR, BUCKHrKEA2 Ihave no doubt, but for every do r he and esteem. The minister of Oraify soon a 6 re tfor onet's vulgar to know
4 May 21. J. E. MEDDOUGH. (FLOUR, EXTRA FAALIT Y has given a hundred to the State, hope fees yeards.12.-.1, Ingry..0.3 died with him; *
FLOUR IN HACKA that he has made a million, that he ,., r relied to Geneva, where, by EA home without a girl in it is only
HAVANA or Sale at B. E. CARR's wit makeami ion mere-y ten minous, aching young ladies, she earned a hard half blessed; it is an orchard without blos.
March 31-1880. If he make (Oby such worl s the present subsistence fof herself and her mother; soms, a bower without a bird, aba a bird s
Railroads, and with so tle detriment to 1,,ir a her lowest distress she maintained a without song. A house full of sons is like r
g ARDINES, Anahores, Copres O jARE, the State and citi s. Mr. YULEm has spotless reputation, and dignified behavior. Lebanon with its cedars; but daughters are
T April14--1860, worked hard an erseveringly-he has A rich banker of Paris, a citizen of Gene- liketherosesin Sharon.
19 RO GERO FRUITS nearly accompl" ed his project. If he has va, had the good fortune and good sense to
(BENET 9 0 0 RN E R.) OICE bunch Raisins, citron, Currants, made money, rely "the labored is worthy discover and possess this estiniable treasure; Dea,1, .in-tune Zular..4,, -.12.e
Dates, assorted Preserves, Jelly, Ginger, of his hire. I would for:-one, vote him andin the capitalbf taste and luxury she York, Ar, 251 -Madams, slater
ASonhandevegele ding Brattdoftheday dried Apple, Ahnonds, Peenti Nuts, Brazil the tha the States for he has richly I =L-ted the temptations of wealth as she to Kosenth died in Brookly re-day, where l
0 V Ida stal. examinifer yourselves Nuts, a NutsEnglishWalnut H keryN to daserve Do you pay your wotkmen- had abstained the hardships of indigence. ahe had been living for some yeary past.

150. 4

I at .:*E PI.E* ru* Es n -Our Citywn.
v I by a 1.< cy thander A.w--r. anknd.
w n,....0. re, en,. on star.3,, 2,
are.unbsr,.iurine whlebbereware nar.
r..w.s..5pes fr..m anstrnethan to Iswe fl...
b.:.uis .:.f illr. Pnr.0 ble.:nly, Larings II,;ly-
0.0; sc.J, receiscJ is Anrge .d electrient;,
bymusc.s..r il.< nsperful ariathmentof
"" """ ""' 's .charge passa
Joan a re red. us I e..thesagable reacape,
v., ,,, ...:od bya p:J 100% fring-on the
go d undrest-
to dw than h force throu 8 the comshns

anoppos ri rson, and Ann h eny J..rshly
alused, ea..ap..i w that injury -' We
learn al.o alter Mrs. K=-sue. of. of Mr
Kane of me Jadjan Home, was knocked
J.>wn by a shook during the show4r -
,7, ,;., 'iesl'r2rdaid,
ca se e ss,.ur nees.----ase sea .
E.e.E.e. bars .en two Chimmon when sh.:(
meet, can sca le each elasping and shsinasp
his own h ods, instead .denets orber's and
bowing very prdonedly, almost to the

comme.o than **How do you dot"-is,
**Have you *:men race ?" This being -the
great et.=ple rt;.I.- of 1.:..:.d throughout rhe
simple, and furming ibe penssbleparrdco-ry mell-is is"lalren
for grstated that if you have *essen rice,'
you are we11. '
Etiquette requ;rn that in -'conversation,
cach should compliment clA chlier and
everything bd...nging to him, in ,the ruser,
laudaldry style; an=i depreciate himself
-''lb oil parts.ning to him, to the lower.
p..sablep. at. Thefollowingiano exag-
goration, shough nor, thoprecise words:
**>Is in agast.:ant appellsife.n is W.,ng "
"\There la yourmignedeent pilsee "

"My vile, worthless bfats are five."
"H L. the b.alth of your dislinquished
"" ". >.1.1 e-norhing old woman
is well.
Lono Brave km oN Wasinoxow.-
Lord Bo.u ham in ha Int= addresassid:
"In 11's tragton we may contemplate

evetr exce eeneeh litaryand a v.1,oapplied
kind-a triumphant warrior, unshaken in
confidence wh 0 abe most annguine tid in
right to day., r, a successful ruLr in he
difG..nius.a of a course wholly attried-
.J;, ,:tin3 the formation of a new govern-
ment for a great people, the first thee so

a n 1
I ng from upreme p.wer with the venera-

3 rp n. 4 1 na. no a n,
served, and that his example might never
be appealed to1.; aalgu tyranta,-To wH
be the duty of th.: haste.rcan and the ange,
in eg. <, so anni ne>. eval..n ofeummemo-
raung its 3 .114 Iriki us, and thLil 1 al

t ich a ra is m dde i d
be de
n 6 mu rt..d uni)I 0 'a. if

mBod bab on, which he orderbd to
4,,rt ume pre? 4 Ms
death Au walkqesar aboa die in a
island. pa arion, and 'tiftlips. ofit to at
ra els enva and deves for

ewar. 0 .rd. mbderland onon
put of is armor, sayilig thak it bearne not
a man td die like a brute, brit to show his
dignir-. Maria Louisa, of Anatria-the
unfortunate ponsort 1)f Napoleon-a short
timebeforebef dent6, idl into a sort of in-
sensitJity, nodher eyes being closed, one
of the ladies in atzendance remarked, that
"Her Majestyseemedbbeasleep!' "No'
aid she **I einid elemp if I could indulge
epose, but am sensilalu of the nearappru.ach
of dead., and I will not allow myseX, to
be surpnsed by him in my deep; I wi to
meet my dissoluting awake.

a Lady Franklin, [[.0 widow of the
amented Sir John Franklin, has r:whed
New York }n the s came.hip Adriatic.







na e S. Di kms6n declares himself

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44TERD47,hlBIS 1400,

du a gas
sh r am 1. swan. 6 I yi sa-
rp us, on. ke cause so and ? pr ne

Nat onalDespooratio lominations


Or UNTues).


Oseph Anne
or canoo *

BrillocR.4TIC IVOttilM.L'lfloftis.

so .om:


or I.sow it.chly..

pip* )ly reference to abe up... ch of Itir
DRECIGARfDDE, .pubrained in J.=>, it wi I
he An, that abough in very icip.:a .
Boothern man, he untill a F.rm Irrend I
0 so Union. Why, we ask, Eis.edid hD
conservative South ur N...rth, thru
le won on any othe.. Land;.1st.
abould not all unite in opp. me
abolulonism. *

kinridge and Lane,

jui pe cha g ar diled wra ph. 1, 1
the newsof aba Ts.m. Not edg ies the se ds. gr.:.. .at enthusi sn.
thecanervativemen Atthe rt\.
a do as rched up as but can 1.1, ral.r
faland dsome routral. an pubt
ies baye there nan.e walls an ..o
4husiasm little anticipated ..ughanan .
aheadyno where a the auth. There
has been a p..rfear, stamp d En. pung
the sessions pledged to Dou u, and wh.eb
ran in Iswer of ear ended.sres at the narib

w i-milus:nks, so weII
10 Gar remlim, We imid <:::*De ilkils.J.
they.would be more pleased to be.r th:s
week what others say of these t....aram asses,
seeit to to i

edgeofsbebrEcZO, (hit &6 BWidpliftil.f
the whole soutry. Our nthus seas [.:.0
has had sometime to flow, as we long
since raised the name pf13RECKINBIpGE
toourmast head. The following will ena-
bk rtanders handerstand what is go-
ing on elsewhere, nonb and south, east
and wear.
ran stree on rar isomuN4Troxs.
The IUpbmond Ednq21rer nine- the am

of'TheB cm e us cases our for our

ri'Ie Brooklyn Eagle suessina Dreckin.
The D.vano Post, that use .:.r.
gan ofrba Democrary.:.f New England, puts
up the Breckinndge Incle-a It esp.
9 * Onder su..h enreamerance,
when the ciBVeDrlen Wodii* 100? IEa

ab rre larbedyland w'a6nil ..r 3
gionous natmost p ny, we p. r am 0..
inec-e..,f delegates who would new pass th
L'andine Forks, but chose p..umpl..* rathe
than diagoDor Wlitic we last. nodain

.4 todBay n co .=us a *IdSe area "mD. I-o
the moofslize p we Appnsue admiza-
tion of Senatura Breek dge and Lane -

or 6 man J GL. jasura
c.mnary, wasindef a
Tip oth as ho$
and qa day;
a be fbr.. the countr-' "
evenieshould "Iffia triumph.
a swearras FOR IsaEcK-
The following newspapefE 115 MRfsBDC U-

h le it, w Irj1 < 8 r,
ontae Pardon, Salem Ado-care, Essex
CountyDemocrat, Lawnence Antin.:Iand
'the Philadelphia Argue free sickEE &D

bearers of rhe true National Damperado
artyMill be hailed with delight by prery
anonal consenative Demsenst so theUn-

1 n, therefore, not only to the discharge

gg, w ,my.ryiseason.s. or
totan ile ( It ins..I. T.r u -
rats? 1.



r. v-th 6.-1 ..f he n
San and nw. ..,ro ri I .... : Or.:..,
the last-urs.r. a ..II. .. and jue: ..b.
success alone .<.11 Pl **

Opposition St.2to Norninatiom*,
We und=rson.1 rt.: .pp. si..o Craven-
tion, recently in vic.o ..s 42.urs..y. r.ome
nated Gen. Edward Hopkans of Dur al
County as its candidate for r...n.,-c..r, and
B. P. Allen of Tallahassee for 1)ongress.
Did weaupp.tlicyssoodacy chance of ag
electionwew..ul.1 ,;.,rIseyaregoodnames,
and well known, bu t their 1..:m in the
ositionwouldworthily fill the phys,
t> which they aspire. 191 we sh.
....,,,,as...0 .. Jan'a missive...E .r*,d LANE
mis tal, use one Mra thJ Ind ur ..f
rheir s.,11s


e ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ` s rI,.j .) ,us .I ee inrro t lar>smr n

I ~

en Ge rms a


parcel of beautiful Sleily i as fair as
any we have or :.. u 11 vere glad
also to1. 2.0 1.... Usu. rn r ti. .ul .0
alongIndianselli i wereo hig upr

beentoo long neglected, embracing asi
does, a clithate unsurpassed for health
any quarterof the globe, and adapted, as
itch, to the prodfiction of nearly all the
tropical fruits in perfection.
The major informed us, that he has
growing at his place the orange; in.,1 2.]:
oflemons, the Sicily and the French; two
v 2.,.1,0 ..f the Lime),Pine appres; Banan-
as; Dates; Guayns and Citron; many other
rapiolfruitscould be cultivated thirk
11. IL..-= .s raccc a tr., when b.

a r 0.. in 5"
er fr< b too..l. I al. bun...a
Od '
unsuel. b.-y are noa staudaru I -July
t..Nm st.... Hebe cry do.
...s th...eb th,- war.r He he ever
v.acry of th.: liness n, was, and is n..u
to c....o..ves; u .nth.> LE-: a -ar.....u rd
.J.t....n 1.; ull 1... avel, r.1.:a v.
188- 6. The au.e.r cent ta a 15 80.1 as
ground sc. 112. 5 up

t .*.in a as *I.r ,
r n0:. el* r 1 -
n.,a.J.... r am... .n.. *

.pond nr or us.: a 0.10-
The Dau.1.s m..n se:
1 b TI E
t I me a n sat a si.
a.phil. TI...f lay Asians to
. act. Dou;I s isas n..t the- phu s
ra .:6 no TL.:.' la<.0 awark...J up s..,no
Lu une, also but id. **th, laull ti

i. .son '-Fi >ni 95,lf I to Sirs..
00() that the B.aticara.Jg. nod L ne acket f
adj.:.ns l.anisi-mi opainst rt.. Doughes
0.14. bases ticket Apply to rhe call:e
,,t NEW YOlill HOTEL

stir- 'i us r't,-.rl..aron Guare= t sys -
we or, a c. main a brael nuaranced th,
path.-and e.,addence which q
...mmonsy, ric dair:4m sons;Jq
the d a..La 6d.Jar arther .

4 4,,,,,5.
H f m.Iy has been sor.1y visit by
due a r, read 5.5, in lata own green has
twice alreaso; la bedth tr.r sense, a ri

th. f and r her I .5<. -h1ue

syn pathy, through a lan;s carole a frieilds
60 re 11 Eshnolion.000 Words OF TOf-

(c.r;ogs.,f human consoluton can art.ilRDri
enu ..nly feal, in als-or sa.Inst*, the
armli.*an.:e and I..urt subdulag_ p...wer of
A,.Lt, **Grad ...rily is guent and hil

be funeral rites c.v.-r theremissor the
late him R. Barnwell liban, Jr are ap-
pr.amed IC.r9.:51.1.4. M., the day, at St.
Perust'nursts; tr.gunstreet.

Thrillenc locidents and tur-rvelow
los.. c...nusuall., runan to I;ghtin

r. ebranj unth st.< 0:<. at re r.ble West-.
ern wind -rorus A yang lady of Carth-
a laws, was carre Jr. c. try a in the woods
and was bl.,wra me an two hundhred
. w c.uj r ly Enu ,m dn

ru ttle from at ded.

Pa-is dispach as), bac FBance
promptly refund the relu, at rent -Naples
for foreign anicarrennon so Sc 1 -

ter Sovere
iguty. The Wilmot Proviso ject.

Wine ote, J od n
: Vits.1--ithfr if0iiEE.L
reeads it, so the lines othunts in ab
.:.rbi, ir thoes drap. .) to and troubled
wash pubs..aury disse es And suby
bould;r nor L... 5 lub.rous, bound the
r.-gr.:.0 .:.r frost, i.t....unding an all the vari
all*D 01 fu#*-, and 161., some car win.:h
can be rush.--i us.Eare, weII ad.,pr.:d to
Granny, unal more can the p.*ur tone.unsp*
use wans? luste ad of r<.ma g down, as
Lt..,asualsdo anually inevery m.mbern
states, bus much more desirable for thern
0000m8 midstartlifeanpwinthensighbor-
hoodof Indian Rivex in South Florida.'
Major 110 si LL want theru for his health,

)tad sep. L age sm nully I thekbeudlits
scg res;J there alsteen ye ars, he condo-
ly exhibits no qu.prons of disease. Mr
[Le irsual.ds go on.] sry it. Its inaccessi-
balary as to a the only drawhok to this
Eden for them.

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.' i elury whi.:1. we owe is the D.:asur...*, E .:ksmi.g. and Lane having been flous e..0,<.. -, we
b. r be. .rise is nifords us us.. uslilled pies is <.too, Jun. 27 -One hundred and ad* Trad with v. view of keep n;.l..- ry ut

6,/ pwo pines !.12<.. reen a at use I.*.e.d "Nur, w redred b re iah," rn;f j 0 e a ri 2 m py. "
WHAT THW1450W 1VEED TIII CS OF 1)pB pon ination Of Breckill dge and Lane Mr. Hogan, of Kentneky, madeqsome
uoxJNATroNs. humprous remarks, ghea the procession
Weed, in the Albany Journal; says: Serenade to Vice-President proceeded to Brown'rklotel, where an sm*
aHowever unwisely the neceders acted a Bre6kinridge, moon. c. Ima pr.:n. I
throawh all their preliminary work, they Wasurnaron, Jump 25 -.0 sq. bewly to r I .... {r p
exhbited stigacity in their selection of ofpeopleaccompaniedlyrte..r., ..In.ass, ., of

a a b it s dka ininlJeeof B or e

ugRI0 PROMINENT LEllOCRATE FER I1HE li- L rep: led .ils, [ F. Brelk- n a w n. I I
zyggyz up p ne:.3 as..1 oddreshed rh.: p .vi:.0, no1 he r, 1, a pl 1.. r.. ,
Senators Br91,1, of Tud or..., J.1.c. n n ,j j .: j r nd 1., Wang placed on the ERWe tidio4
4 kansas, on-i :A.:w J.. L ydr us er. apps..-ul ..f [1.0 recent He necepted the nomination of the
Col. Gen.res W IL..*.. .,1 Maryla 4, ,,.,, .ng s at ILIsur.....:, t;y which the Natidnial'Demoeiney assembled at Baki-
T.,u>Flourse.=,.,l?1..Ia..sly,1.ia. ll.aorgeW. NationalDemocratioConvention presented mordabdwiththembehevedintheequall'
Ri p. Line Wash repton lander, and Pi J..-r 1.<0...1.., tend thatof his gallant end her,. tynd lights of the States. under the Con
8, art, of Washington <=1, out for iJr ult ,,.,3 7,;, ad GodPLabosdPa candid r.. 1. r allusion Non ...1.. in... .. 1. al,
de@ =3 I< .11 P 1.1 .....a ? '... .x... ,
PENbisfLL AN1.1 ELECl IRAl lidhf l. L.i*:6. 1,@ per runs ni th L ....:.r., Is. w .,
It b no 1,. n.d <1,;.[ ..i (b. ment, That ., rt b .el.Joud.aus r.sible are lassi I ad; or .) wisd*
a as en by el., 11.1. D.:mourn dd r.b sub goutu.h Ini r:.uarly, -

.r r 01 /|sTena. se . nt as ag, in abuth..r.x-larun mil b

',^ "' ,d' . a...a;e, oc us e. so,- s... scan
ifers are hd y agrand Was and 4 o why b d rise bodiesofshe pears..nei r.......s dJ 70
1.0 n gby, t afy th., poldna n is . ejD & Fishes 1.120.1, 1,alled by ly.Intedn a F. of ak r.r dye ad ri uld be or d He Ir .:nd le sily a in seek. We- has so nick,

Ratification Meeting !
I or v inalte a it amell r b r -----

I f th o r Breckinridge and Lane
li hourvir la ut. d in ----
IX PilEillENTHERCEDREFi Kiplit..)[ Hist., rn. .mp... 0, 01 Em dir3rliftithicag, 3f th. Lify fall,
Concord, N II., Monday, June '5.- r ... o'a..r. trea. lose da brge and emisse.2 1r.:,- n k held

E-IP nt Prerce pro on ces is nonyi ates [. rs ited 17 e usoer cy of the City ta ratifLAthe
.3;te a sur am 0, EI.. GIJ .1, I ag.. he did not take 190; r: a : 0.. ..t 1.0 The meeting wasorganizedly calling Col. would at meanly at 01 ut us [il' F L.DAscY, to the Chair and appointing
as:NNasoTA lifEN FORBRECKINRIDGE. e ad arries 1.....1 s.. so.: persons M. R. ANDREU Secretary COL Daney
r zeb/r .3 I, June .$.ha ..r, RI.:., OCcupying L...I 1. Est. ... n...u the be. after mentioning the object of the meeting,
ilr B.-s I r. the D.:rn. comi.194 lan 1.. f th I =1.0 Not. .. 1 E....u rt.. party is enlarged upon the various existing politi' vear, Franidin t**.g. ...u;.; ... ..1to break calorganizationsand showed the Dem-

=hlur I ..11;9. u e ee U re p e i[CixesH unio ponv i rin.,aly swif National one,
Ir Breckinridgend Lan- had appeal t h..i 7 .1 1.. re nations doped by that and the only rrue Lirsican pa J. and Breck-
the U. rnouracy or lit.nn to sustain 1: a at.. ri great deal of care, and inridge and Lane the true National -namin-
them. there was nothing in them, in the chargeter actions. .. A
"' "'DE If NEW IIAMPSIIPRE. = Fle.$followed by Gof. S. Sr Geo.
Lover, NH ittt.odqs..Jac.-s 25.-The in the character of the nominees, to justify ROGERS of Marian County and by Major
Nat. ..1 Demor r. I. --r tt.. esty received it. [Applause ] RUSSELL ..( Dis.-,,r.1 County in, striking
(1.. ..ncst..n..IDr.:L.... .: .nd Lanb Insteadof breakingup the Ilaign, we andelocjuentaddresses. Resolutiotishighly
b t < 0/ r3 a -salute neen IAi, ,.;.1 to .. r rhen sha lengthen commendatoryofthe democratic nominees

i ll[sEMOP.Jaillne.el IV .11511 One of the resohibious a 7.. ".1..01r up...a (111truly conservativeand
Alb ER..nday, Jun.. 2.= T .: 1, ..3, equality of the States in all r poor is rn n to rally to their support,
of B.ed cr edge so.3 Lan.; .0 [is g -,,. les son n..i un ha **,an.. as .. P 1. We have not time the us. ? ,
Inveng a -gr.:u ,pink.= ru r.. r (3,,, but no a :. .h un..... r c.u 0 do more inasu actic.. the meetiger., its
bursdred sod use garms 1.. to f ..J- [*r is rk. Li..,,,,, ..,,,tt,. .. a ruit .ep.:..t It ...un st, . F. r cray c..te rise me.:L rs.] in L.,.ms adouu r J us qu ain
Lane ree-aved on the C...r v.:or...n BE 1 th.t r.,aurn of a What Does it Mean.
Ththushed!"sn'twittailushe br.L 9 32tif ad..Its .i., upthe il uu-brutand thust centuag pactory.
1 mily Ilum oured, and east. e u pl 1 0 f r. f tor 2
.War. at on p< .:

,wading the reets themselves are failed t or .t. iththe ostensible object of establishing
In people, al cheering lustily for Breek Our peace, sa d Mr. Brechnridge, L another democratic paper in this City
a .J. 0.3 L ne. never been disturbed, except where : All our readers in w, am ar.i ls n ..(.1

id t I, so 1 1 ee aha ve e slkm ci t 9

>ftile RitimOTE Odfu... .sI. In .13[.. 880ne0fitS C&Ddidates. Looking at his democratic nominations; Qur positionin
In Virginia and in North Carolina, in both humble anteeedents, and the place of his relation to the nomination of Messis
of which it was feared a Douglain to ke, a .1 1 e -TE st the coun y 0 Breekinridge and Lane is also well known
would be run Breekinridge aed Lane are
carry.eq.:L c rung t them. Among was 2u at... Lion, a o.:..,s ] We do not object to opposition. But for
Has it- presco ris.x, r 11s h.r,;r...r., set,. H. allude.J r.:.h. Lea.0;u.ele d ....a:, parties to solicit from democrats abroad,
4,. ,,pp,,, ,*.JE .th... noa D....ph8, Gen. L .0., >.2.1 1...... .J..d air..ile contributions to support another democrat-
th. re has b a perl .;r ...o anals.,u, 3 It semetitiles happened that men ale is paper, and rhus due 11...r..1, who
#<.1, and, as gent man at <.0 free, placed in a position where they are reluc-

t6bj a we b. r k.. re ant t an tat ce2 ast o im o a uIce; ho r rd tir a prom 4 g it rd
ness. From the in, . Carolinewedonoth Inst abar here 11 .: in this life All min no rq,,, ,,0 Lee di raizir
Le., D.u los in ket ir el. Bar, I, sad s..rls < .nd .:8- .... as or th: ph a :,, .s *,

hat' in we ute ic c. 5 to sug. it I ish at uwu
cares sham w saupp..s.d to turer b m. e pc...) purp... en J., a bus.. F f..r. Lan r ....r J [,.:.. r..
H..ger .1 P.y. r. or I ngn wr, ,, a p,. .s ..] p... 0.... .ua any IE.:.
p.:.a .3 1.. us.:.r has, 51- c.:.m c.ur .0 s..s..3, ut acrirra.:.oy onJ as : 0- b .I.J.:r L. ...rt try at..:.,
"m.ancenathath.: all pp..rrate arm or,4,wound .... ,,,j ,,, ,,,3, 00.1 tiny w.11
Itsoftalls. H.;Lel -L*:/ T su b mi L',r. hbi bia.*uld dI'll .1 so.j Escher .:......ed 164. ? u thu.I.

c .11.bomsB Itimer dek;od.o pos ..>.:op th. t buy as 0.>[-, p pe. ....3. La EL,
e. inhn.ugh reneury .:.E. resJq,,, rt,;r 4,.3 he he.p rha 1 ne. prearnt at r / L [ J. u....can
7 J bone We loaned .. a ..n ..(.... ... sI .Jo .1 IP 8 st.. r, 0.1 inan
the ..0 rhn Mr Far war...k, rate. .1 tone: :...n.Just no is a an co abut ag on
'iscliwd c.n the D.:.q so 10.8,.,, it, .... [Lw; cent.uded, b an u .0 .
now and wr of Mr. Br..J.o idge.--19 Dr 1. ag=..> e hapug

We. w informed on ve..terday, byh
b.esearsentlF tkia San., Mr. Hire ps; and ag stigigg tences, and ame
As we as 1 auoymyme not as erithat users is rain.Tor (wo di

lose.. cr as n. P 4. or reas itselt eratic paspers t=ere The unfer charator
n illr. lan Bur..o ...1 any..--,..... will bc .:.below to all, wh.>
We h befu boy ut bmacts us a.Jus;se from all or SD those endorsing the nondonuous ...r Breea ".ma r-:wact, it reemaned 1:.r U. k=s we' a Dar if are any
bridge and Lane, meet of them pausag E. a.chJul to in- inson.:ta, to separs I in 1. ,, us, 4,..0, detra.. their roami.5-Dund oppo6in lotus. He l...n [te to is H 012- als-.1 th C. 4,years ed., t.4 su lied withsettlerissue,
yeandd 1,[, is nomanunon a the natuina. ] L. ,ras LL ur., I [bstu supply rus so.,u, to [be Eragant.

ni party of re th cus. ep asp n go when su..Inuau...o 1.ud me nerpes v., als.Jl b to 1....3 thisnewsinprivatelettersand by public ite9enouracyhonorJ.xpardousDuchanan weekitor even a dailya paper for[two
report.- Wilmington Joseinal. for all has done, andbeast th. .:.mph.eld canI ,;*. If these sealone lands at
BBEClilhBiubE ANDI.ANE REdewisge, O CC E*.rkerator E wiradu. Galigh- Ocrt....ran.} q, ,u fug g{ BRECKINRIllGR
OrspA.2noon, A'. J Jo,= 27.-Un the Jie a oke of the Constitution and th ** and LAma, stay certainly will find oup
7006@$ here Of the BOWS ADDORRGiBg th@ StateR ghts, in.d proclaimed justice and Fra pr.:.p..r .;<.0 1.>. the r alerts. But

Mi:"& "I'"'dpruciples unbeer ni ek o odd-ut the party, theymust
ing of hells, the lighting of h..mir, am IVpl .e.]J'oombs and Hallett followed .Tw... Jans..erals. y pen in St. Augn=une
letting offof fire-works, and oth.r .un, .... the latter asserting, as the framer of the -.rc amply ridi..ulous! Anypne son not full
abrationsofrejoicing;. Ca....nnot. i Inst..rus, thattherewaaziothing to, see, that an auersipt to at t, another ps.
In the Bin hampton Democrat the Hon. therein in the least countenancing "Squat- .perisere mun have some odner manou r ob.
D i l

W. and E *
The week ar, pddish ornsth,-r article
from Zin answer to W., Ilus discussive
has occupied hirge space in our columns,
We have reinson to know, thattit h as hd-
ted agood deal of interest, and woulJ bl...
to continue it. All must be aware, thatas
the elections are approaching, asa politleil
paperitisourpriviligeand duly to de.

rie so ig ethem t ers oi tr (
oun 1 ..11 the manuscript, or .:.1 Onal
ne.r :o.u l... ii hats been irnusublly larce 1 1
a paper like o'urs, we feel bound to pre.
scribe some limits to 1/xtraneous ,discus;
stops, continued at this length,, however
greatnisybets. uns...=1 nicked. Yora
II e-e eles
unu we ni c lamu.. 11. mi (ni
u...te s rose: redma.-h p.per and rypo, it
sellier Word: i .0 el ..dr ..:.|ardr.5, pre.
ded it. pa 0 II, sono one
or she ypr. 11 .0, en no .1. it, a

,\. In
n ,, e., ,
hm ted r of us. Es 0 Eu, .
Remat. u r ne ble ab this or
tra hand t p .4 [ rhe pn as he t., a

... we uea a
: Hawking l..r t .. .1.. an env . ha ... a . -

Common Sense and Patriotism,
\Le base r.:...s:Js pau.phk-, entitled
;*au appos.I so the ownsm,,n serie and put
vioustu of the p...ply 01 11.0 Uning) dates
-0. IP' nothdared, 10) Lone
El **IC <*1 Iowa." On. It we written
"please notice." We have 1,0( quite
des the-).auq.hks >.auke clus week, though
washalinoticeit.hereafter. Itiqwhertre

pe Pe aup : sixpped to bth nmos
02raswe haveyetread calculatedtodogood.
fle gives a history of the rising of the
slaves and inassacre in -r .D.*.T.irrge, the
history oi emancipatios in the Britual.
West Indies, and of its rgsuits Iac d..-arne-
tioneltheirm.althan the L'...Are astle.

Copy of Verdict, by lury ofIn-
L.:.tiD.1, P. .fe.*H3i 8 .4.0.
Inc usierei;ued J. assurunsoned sad
rn, 1, r itse bank of Pen.r Fontand

let n efe

e Canary 3 n1, and to en-
ar.- ..ud tra n base, .r cl...
noun:r an wI Peter Fouune,

PC 1 u .1 10 a

it ee., 2. war a rm
told pr nees, co ..ur enths
rper av3 J <1 re that, the
s.J ,r, r Ah:sJr.J.r Deall and
,, ,,, ,3 .. .... .I r., so at..runid,
a I 14

,, ,,2,- Lan a

.1 -mis q8
r u nd* 1..11. 0 ore

8, I'c.r. us sr

new &.
rer 2 ,e ..h lose to

T a:u s millung

& M
ed to rqutore
a .ua a for .1.4

is, w .. aa.
.... ,,,,
.. ce.ty,
.0 aed, and
a ..Jan r

a .r ,ai .-,,ur 4

U:~i. ~

rue Belation of the toil which the ings, the pinutedly and the shields, the flags of authorship in the fairest and fullest manner, gint Let history and Roman Catholic histo- CITATION.
Adelantado Don Hernando do and the number of people in :Le-so sl..; his kdu ni no de6 at1os wt etsT s a 1 ry Welook i o histo a g LL pers nemiereer sh, Ena and liferJ
8otoand some knelsts of Portugal appeared like a famous armada of coll*." As ife manin accurt ofjustice, on a question Hollands between 1100 and 1200. .They Ms*= r bb..iseense >r in the fear.- or
underwent in the Discovery of Plor- In the thirty days that were passed there- of fact, when the case had keen proven against were fulminated from Rome in 1860.- A LLyersons indebted to the Estateof JaWar. nW Mc : at.b. d...vast J. 14 a of St. ,I..I.n
ada, acadjust, made by a fidalgo of four piragues were built, into three of hial byedglit credible witnesses, should say; They were solemnly .glenounced in Exeter, 21. Ris, decked are requested to make im- e are, all als= not.enixer I have IUnd a Pe-
Elvaa. Which, one morning three hours before day- c.sli as af la..r rr..r. ,c.v..L r, are-s..r Bullarium, and England, in ,the year 1580: Thomas Bounet mediategyment to the undersigned. And all r .r. .0 the 'ircusr t"ourt on Br. John C.=nray.
-' break the Gove or ordered twelve ofoav- les a., ...-.... ,,, ,,g...- wa t= theirs, or I will ought to be spretty good witness, for he'heard persons having claims against the saul estant 1..81. We la sell II.e I..11..urr.g IIsrd
a VB h u: --. ;.....2 ..-- us. Who would such a them, and they are almost word for word, the are required present the same within bac. en **slai John H. )[ a r'skt=. J.,*.1.
FIEWJiD BY THail INQUtSITION. alry to enter, four in each, men in whom e claim avail with any couft or jury? precise formula printed in the Courrior.o In all yeara, or this notice will be plead in bar .. .1 r.r J pe-s i.,,...j re an S. 0 I few Ira
had confidence that they would gain the lulid There is another peculiar thilig in aW's" these aceaunts there is a surprising sagenesI. their payment. II H. I 4 C r..I W. I as ." et. -'If 11 8 1
notwithstanding the Indians and secure the last.article. We must confess to having ob. re < 1 J. r .. .. Spel- JOSEPH G. FERREIRA Administrator. and R. W.) <.r .:. :-in AN T. ( us b. .;
MISCOVery Of $100(18* passa e, or die:he alsonent'someof footoross- served in him before an unaccountable inabilit rs. .!. .. alit.horitative among .Tulgr 7-1860. Sw d 8. E. r..l W. f or .IM J ..I See
he to see things straight and to state facts'acou ary formulain that 8.1 .0 use ,rr of fine sea
TRELITION OF THE VIGISSITUDES A'9TEN- tole eunt em 1 o oltite ri 1 1 vmalpt o h a fino f .]\1118 I bott gCi n 4 or a 1 I N bR'I.-r......11...TT.......iedeSotoinan shore. S ordered attempt to conquer Florida, in which is met aross with the infatitry, of which had he ro. and h 0 ,, m e, .- I,.. .. n .. ... a page 126) "At this time came inio the LL r. r 0.1 4 I 1 .1 u ar .-ma 1. he

r :.s"..a.aciani a. ...iliefof the country, stilftheywentup theriver alon 12.. 1. a-- p..,,,,,,,,,littlepoculiarition? But s"flight 11.. L..r ....... al.ree months since, r r in u 1. f IBB41KS.
of JI ra. so it.:,, a. ....I of what befoll them, a quarter of a league, and in J. r, a .:. ..s .. au ...cur.4 the .11911 pf March 1860 is the J L .. - 1.......Is of cursing to the .au .. lead in barofthe 4 tr...s they were brought down so as to 1.... .p 1- I .-uliarity we were about to notice.- ... . ... .., ... round it then used ayluest.
areasu. posite the onmp: but before r....s m., ..a '" ., on eat 3 .. .. .... ousionce, .. . .e. ,we to show how OliORGE COLE Adminjstrate --

,.. a .1,, .7 13..1 '. "..:.. on .Imme . ., ... r ve: ... ., ..2 na oC ..2 -- a ..c., e. n I,... memoisco 8 FURRITilRE! FUBMITURE!! =u*1....ut I ur .,,,,,,,,ar....a. ,. Ind.s..E *:- r In-e is a.,.,n .... .' NOilfE
it.ser 0...000 ..:I. .c.;n .1 hall >. u,,.j win.:1, a ,, .r.I . p. ..r R.4,,-, rl, ..u.. I..u ..ra 11. .. rI. vt. II,,., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
That dayi*hatif *,.r.r.e. q ..7.. 3,>rue ..- ill I ...Is..] s.rb. r (01J E 8,, NE .rm .. t lue.Jo hu al. .. I..r <**[1* --: .r.I. tau-1 E meath. -1 -<.Jru I -1..11 mxT.. sp
rn.aur:).ed 6000 swebt all red Jiril , gp ,,, ,, .|, ,, 4), .' i.e.Is a p n to .u 1-m Ms. .via .m .. .. r. .j.. n,- a.Jr., a 1.21. I 2, .

I sere mass on I as .....:wiser, th. U.JI ll. bour 1. **pl. .cn] all 9, r .. ,,.,1, .. so r *rr.or h ruis .. .ug ? n, .1 i s, to.u .1-c. ni.I.r ...1 9 .
w.;.araded had hast .;t r'1" a ':rls...r .. It r .J.]. p. .. ..g..... .n .. c. Ir I.:2. Jo Lia rf II. .ca 1 11. ars.) BI La fill IN[= 1 oral, 11 ]by*
Es*.=:.due s.*(sh'Flid (*; or*.*\*. ast us]* 3 Wild: 11.*.5 2 u Lou 0*../ [ r. .r..s, .r.. .;, . Give, 4 I u.I li Li c..] v.....: D..I..r, Et 1 Dis. On r.,ggs 438 1 41, I
infauld 1)wfulsuls.j ute..n ars.) [,.; .. .,ur I if ull r lu ri "I t pr.. al-. I --ul J h* J 11 c.r a ..,,*,. Lt-- harad* .40. 97 8019 I HI, Men York
qula. He'nse.n:1.-c.I .:..:r. d.p (1. ..,,1.r .erye EM NISTilATOff8.9\LE. .

thick forests, I LI.. 1. e on law. r ti d t I J. P r rn n ,pr his war clia Tory vnI o is he trigi. "Lesign --ne.
"V ". 1 '" 7444 .4-= rd erkE HOUSES

4.nedthenand UsE ti. r W.,r.j .r .r . r -. DruJR r G.r .. referr.r .at..i.t no e-as or .4 ObtWOod
to on*: Or th.; .r..e. that ta.; I * J 1 1=<..< .. al: a sailments.-h .. ., L*LI a ,rs r.. in. ..
Elaould conse ..r..1 as: ..e le:r nes.1 Th. TermsPre: an eT oirk rs- I.11...,,.accrab.. ,...0.... Gen 8. Islabogany,
thu rest be L.1 'IL.; M or Ercommills:3t or its lay acular. u. ... .... li,,; ..,,:se..., I ., 7 .4 .-0.In q. I art- andWalnut
mustre.r re turrs J u...- rh. he ll....el.J e.c..f..r A raguar,. ul ., rou..... c..a m R .....I.e =.I.ur-:1. ILy ou .. a .)r 1, ir. PARLOR AMD FM UMBER VE R-
thear. 1.2 inc 1*. *:-*3 Di d +.GE 1*.e. 12.: .. .1... I r.. .. ... 1 ...r or 0. . r a,...: a...Jere :...5 ses Pr..i-..aur l.....r........c. C ,, J ItilTRiRE
wou J (c.n.e by most .ru has.] r... .s..r.. 1.... 14. .. .... ,,.11 v .II;. i---I slain le be Con:rnued.j letmeCau .
e Gourne r, e... his ru c. L...u. ...1 .... .. ........ i .. 5... wasredprinted. iThe St LNKINS, Ad'tratrix Abb, CAxx rand I .., .%.7 s. rk. .eli qu ..
ar n a n ar.j It ,,, 3 o ejou n ok ca on tenrst) new 9 OOrantiO Appointments. 7,. e Attorneys fact. e)e t k; a
.. :.. . . ..n m re an a rm One or more of this Democratic Candidates i sets, from 5. c.q ....

., I I . r of lat d y sy t e r ed 1 C r e me y in ORRyllaind and Eldemolon Io
et free and b words of kmdness 011 d selfres et as le f is as asno edeo Nassaw County, at Callahan, July 17. big .cg .g..s ..r 5f t ide, especiallyfortheSouthernTrade.
they ere J .1 and sent away. kance. Let him not with simulated show of in- not know, that the form has varied from the to Levy, " Ceder Keys, 18, so a >*1*.. etiti heilities for defy com-

bus nextt du 1 ny me dignation nit1 1 lyvhichis o a ztle our it article show dis And 3r 1 ze n ate c f it LL R e.011RANTEED AS RFj
bows.h*] arrow L 1 al....u b. ( in. I .. ,-el,... (.0 1.. ..1. formofl .. r L Sumpter, " Adamsville, Aug. 1 the North r .1. .. If miles North of St.
Ju-111 L.anus ad.J .tallI sa 1. Orange, "CourtHouse," 3 Augsistine, u. --1 rsib Northbytractsof Retanied sonTune.
men. .hould 1.*- su* u L*.4 n is, c. lias he not mi sed tl e ird, am c 11ed ,, ,, Alellouvillo, " 4 Hannah Sm th, F. P Sanchez and publiclaids, in
""" ". t":1.. ... ." c..." 2.01. di # od l s ea e n or r Vo usia, dL < ap p bl Id dand uth by OTSDAN EROUS TO En

:I embrisow 1:*.*[ lrun Is.. El . ,:.1 r. .... the field? We honestly sought to help m Excommunication, which diHers Putnam, lan Spr. 0 Goofr me t u e2 n nin 8r 9 1
was, ur... .. rai.:r bank, III,,.- ra. ., .... In na ut as le ws on dernigejuse mit recentSull, is pleat. It c .. an / St. Johns " St. ugustine < 18 ac s Thejiholeaf said ks, r.. her.-
,,ig nhalf le....Jr as quiet -1a a .*3 what .. c.3 -p -.. ted hundreds of differs decidedly from both! It would be amus- Duval, Jac sonville, *' 15. t-1
at the camp, saying that they had come to ears 1 F .. . .. 1 r ..... ..11 .1 ing to print the three side by side. Clay, " Court House, " 18 A 1* I n E off. Tax.
find was what 7.-. [.1.. it, might be; for that yingI I ri li,,. The great question is not concerning the NewRiver a a stark, a 17 Assessor &Collectorst.Johnscounty. .Costw's
they had r....,s...s .1 from pheir fathers and prelates it wielded1,right and lets for theyweretobeaubdued byanide. ." th 3 differentpa r 1 ., .. .. :.o ac..., .......u..or." 21 e Mr.
and they desired to return tc. al.. I. .. .. u.. ," '" es t Toecu tes, gifactise E .. .. All opposition Candidates sure invited to unite g "ObsY s
that hashfiuld contepresently to obeyand showed him the dates, the facts. Here, said of hate an ., ... ... ttttheappoiptsuents upon equal terms for free "'Costsr"a" Bed-bug Extenninator.
serve. Aftergr** m...reevouakins weas31stley,-explaisgtohimwl. (.'-,is, HE I expr., .r er .t..g..t.r=el.'.=-: **Costar's"
allblankersi4.0 ? -u. . al. them, they how itulined with all learning; 10 .. we d t & in I -*mb a..- 4., arereqizest- can .. ..a ., ..( ,.... ,,E. r., e.. ..p z,, Elicine POWder for
talk their leave and a tL ..1. ..r .. pointed to the very .4. .. .anied - a inserc. ,, L , n.... or rn C.,..ray' sects &0 Ir -
"Rise of the Dutc F .21 <.. f shY la <* n Law J at to -ly *
re who ACa i e et ined . ... rs coula rea tte on escribe us armula M AI LARRA NC EME NTS. \ ru or ,,

seat another manage, In II.. lear ...... r c. N E-W ET HED L1 LE Let e N udis y Po M.4 & [ ( .ll. 41.Ir -Tlro.a..I II. .

e e 10 /at th ri er and tdt quot ,, on one me a ae au nor as and proots Southern Mail closes of sat a styqand Thurs *
In ar it there was much timber of which ever, to i .. .r. which we presouted, we. address ed two inqui- days at 8 A. M. 1L p. c r.r. : ri,. E me, HEPED
paragusus might be made, and a good situa- Catholie --- IC rie1s t 'W," wh oh hno et ns end. ,, Northern Mail is due on Thursdays and Sat- Asown ... .. .... --,
I ... In whi..i. 11. ==(. mig It be placed. uesigaveut h p ole intolu6sg Ire el this stri51g of course? We deny. Do you of_ urdays by 12 P. M. ceased, are requested to make immediate pay_ Year rs ab Tew T rk Ci y--used
rk *Isletil y algi l'*ather, built houses' gains Louis qf Bay via-and these are words fr.;; y Southern Mail is due on Friday at 12 M. and ment to the 1.= u pv: 1. alldersons having .3 r il - 1
andsettled on a plain a cross-bow shot marvellously like Sterne's formula" and sai2. Did the Papal Church invent and use Sundaysat5P.M. dullyTua jeat w61in th tim a r. 1 L. ," ,q 2
from time river, bringing together there all Alotley's language, i. Clement lived about course? Welathem.d 1)o you deny? nt -Sunday the oBice will be opep by law, or this notice will be plead .n r..s . *,.3 r., ..e use, Juayou ,
the maize of the towns = behind, that at the year 135U. Bu sets down this au- After the di issio 2* so hadescrigTI tp e from 7 to 9 A. M. their payment. EDWIN MARTIN, lies.
once they might go to work and cut down a a t, hdo urn fran1t and unequivocal reply to these inquiries. OFFICE HOURS From 9 to 12 and 3 to 5. June 9 1880 Administrator. Druggists and Retailers everwhere sell -

1 c to i ane to e 1 1 re at xe ti dr i. 11sk it again...; an answer, we shall, say For the Legislature. sH1 R KE EN SALC. ^olesale Agents in all.the large Cities
jumped on shore and told the Governor corded by h men empai-n ar or and so of he netis (om un e los oom usuc81Pdir21 xe pg.,, The friends of JOHN J. DARLING, ,,, ,n ; T. :Mi.. 0 .E Eu...] ..*.1 of ab ' Bi war -f .puri he imirrat;.,t...
that they were the vasals of a great 19rd at I h2est collite Collier, wyeaxin 17 terest throughout Europe. "W" declares "it is Esq., present his name to the eitherit of St. C.r.:...r .... r rum ....r.r.. i ..IT la .s wl I l.'"-' B ;--= ..-ni Dy Mazzi
named Aquixo, who was the suzerazu of or so years before sterne, copies these sa merelya separation from the church." Johns County. as an Independent Candidate for r-br.r 1 u c.... : El in r.J .. .1.1 Jr. .. Ic., ** Cucular ro Dea

a wu and peopleho the other tott course. Enou one would 11 ne rk oas1 11nas called his friend Bullal the house of Representatives, in the next Leg- "et. ..3 .. 111 ae RT 1 91 IR, Palacir.u Dai.:.r,

da la ter with Id is pco oteo lieur whatth a icate'e11 In rr ty en a inqu am nu I .... uu-J ? 1.. to 1..^ IA E S. e n 1 t L e r
enerque arrive wit two tra.r showing from the London wei invited him, at ti I I u. r., .t 2. INPECTINE lowing described land, to wit:-An undivided Sm.
canocalilled with men, having weaponswere (.ir I .Lp. how the curses of a Pope- to cease talking ofthe Pontifical, andto make a 4 int r f P-c Thousand three Hundred and
ad oehred, wearing great bunobes of these very words-pursued some fleeing Ital- study of Bullfs-to look into the Bullarium.- El y u.- I, being the third part ofoer- THE PARK
whiteandhi upt eT he dsm I to ng in el ITit'ce72turynanadvdu rende eganeto y outas d naort 2 ie For the prevention and cure of Fever and tal gran o 1 adcontaining Ir rr her jri PIRE NSTRANCE CO11EPAll
holding that the Bullabium .contained all the Pope's AgneandBilious Fevers This wonderful re- 11.1-- ..o tu I it.-]>., I sul; lel..ain.J. .abran-
theyshelteredtheoarsmen on either side, .., II n. ... at =0- absolutely curses; we showedhirn ...w. 1 ti, we as .17 a.s. E.....uri. to r1 ;-..f lia.- pr e.]=.. J.ue, 11 linc. c. . a
the warriors standing up from bough to nothing; and .stoutly calls upon Ballerium;_ showed him, also, takere .... o.,= so ....ation ,.. 4 c....g ...-c t r. .. .... bean s. -r ... Us- -an 1.. sp :rp -ned until the 1st
stern with bows and arrows in their hands. Now, doubtless, the black bull, Apis, was a had their origin. in--1.:= .u [. ra La ] M -1.-Ju- .is 1 $200 OOO
Thebargeinwhich the camque came had greasgolinoldEgyptastheEgyptiansthought; Asregardsthis callupon theBulles..a.I., .. ut.... ...,4 .. i.hrates, heez- lian .r--- : 1- .. I '1 red until the first *
no awning atthebpoop und which he safe; bu a regiment of bull ad dv teror arh0 1 he Bullarium Romanum would .-'. ...u-i. us 3 .r1 r dhAg .a MoTnhdeT v le is postp ned until the first
shd.aocame the arges of e s..ll..:. 5...1- ,.=,l y,,,, opntain only documents from Rome. is..a u..... -.... ....0 .. on trustet; r v..c.i q, a OHices-SS't BRO ADWAY, an
and there fr. is, aculargly. clakf unawas, theeoursewasassemicA.,t., ,gara .. ca .: hus i .,, ,, ,,1 ru .co ty rr -s.cor 1.-- ..1, 'Lr.Jay.u 60 WALL BTREET.
command given to the reat. .111 ,..0. c...u=e 1. tu==.. -'re ns-, 3,..g.nease..2, as:.. ..,0.1 as... n......... .:rp. -1 ar, a
down thershdarrivedwithanannea ands.r,.h..r. -,..r.. herethesessmecurses ,* iv 4,as..a..utrar. ... p ..r, all,...F. st. c.-a
toge ,[,.1,,., c.,-,, e.. out;andallthese us... 1.. Is..> ..,asple, in r... .- p.erp.n I -natal st-s Arl II..-C in .ny i .u-9 Pular.g:. 1J.r. rr-
cast oftheravinewhenceise cs...pard' ret,.. pub long before poor :Is .. ...........- .c.r. ..ct ra.. al.ul ....... rn-x= .1... Ou.- Es.Ju. Ir:: 3 in I'ar=.
totheGovernor,'who was saline Jung ,,,.,,,,, 3,, .ss*, is.....,,.,i.;,,.... at,,-,,, ,, ,, ,,nn, ,,,,,, 7.,, ....,, .nq,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, us.- f a runs in...... Ir.-1 Fe. use it..g y
theriver-bank withoders who com .any, thathe had core. to si as ears.. --w 9, me t, m...h as q. AB n ***,. .1 "' re i.e. 1. 0 rt... S. sena -tal was r It... II,. r....... .I. p.,at..,ram.i ur.r;I do 1.,< a ar..11AR W.'8AKF.R.P.e...I.ane
/ him for ther he had heard "pe th. c.1...r m.- we sun.casus n .6 is .6 san ecomt.I., tour 2, .1. genalear.r c. cons re or mates i. Pnsit .el.q .nt out r rsess 4 J silN lioEsi 1. 10,:. Petitudear
an ally ) 9,,} ,an ,,.ur mad 1.-arced on.1.r N.-uk4.5 P"5 all Buresp at. conferams. 11 Tr.arnt..rr.u-=a-=.r-:- of te preparnt..n, rs .1...- 1 One-first- HAI J.LFIARYher say, .
w,3,a the grs-"itual of lords L-:m; the ms' wec.urn ra .pe, 6 ess, or ..nes ,r .:, I tra. I a .4 i..te, s... FI, e.- v. ....may ,- nas.x,,.2 to-.e. 0,&,::.... Es.:ro ce. ..ur.3, traoreast u. Jo
posurfus e.n the- whole curch, and strai ls.. a..l esason s one rush b .r or r :o.:ei t.v= u bu st. .r r- ...I nst. uss ... r- ur-a -J st. r...r-lerful TI., to pos=p sh-- lirst OTO. R. r' RBtWats,
should himself .>I dant he and cream 1.[ .uns at r, a Ir u. n n...acrysts.w .na b so :-.rru us to. ar .ian a 1..11 t... M..c..J. our ages, Er. Aug at ne.
havehimdo. The Governor espress Jua we he us r<.. 5[>. ant. F.vre ..ur... .,r IN..,, to a a..o rise, n...c... in, a p...rp.n
pleasure, and besought him to Jand l is t Re us B. I.,u r s t. n .r;..a .11.1 until tl.- r e..
they smght the better confer; but wemetone part-..f 1-. so...a. n..2. can .. repr. .I e.s... L. ,4,, si.u.2 .0 p. .
this he gave no repl., ordering thre? some sterness. When ru t.ur..p. ., e..r ..o a .....0. .. ., .. .sl... r., .-.. ar.. p...p.sw...i until tl., ri,., Baltinlare Pr IIS.
bargets to draw n...r in which Avas getherasregards**C,,n, ,. ,n st,,, 30. -. .u..I unt, ,ro 0.... ur....... 3 p..... 11,, ,.4 e.,,,3, ,,my ,
reat quantity of lish, and loaveq/Hke country,"we saidso; vb.e. I c 11..,< ten 9 en n ep-e-r.*o thron if 1...0. r..In The above sale is postponed until the first CHOICE IIAullS. BACON, &&0177,0#&&,
ricks made.of the lp of afneizas foreignpatriotswepr<.nt-a sonsas M or....a.,sau,, ,,., v. ,..,;,,. .v- a. I re,-- [...core...racel -are of Pever mondayinJunenext. Polill.DCEf TONOf9.L.JRD.BUT-
7 pu errors as to the facts regards, 1.1, and IV ur .: p....-unr ..:a u.- p au..... ar,.3 aguedral.,al..... F.v.r--. now offered The at. a 1-. .v {*=sp..r,-.I ural.1 the first
which being receiqd he gave him proved it. By a single quotation ife pointed courses arellot to be sought in thpm and there- 9 11>= .los. ....= = E i-le Monday it, I .1 r.--xt 1 1. 1 If 1 COk Y. H.4 1,
thanksandagain entreatedhim to land* outhisignorahaeof theprincipleshf--constitu- forenotinthe Bulic.t...m II,. ,, .. t..=.r.,-, is <.11 on ...ut ty rent [... idrwith full TI.-.,ls... ...1- is p..sip-sed unsil the first OATS 400
The making of that gif$ And .heen a pre- tional, regulated, liberty lia. r..atal. ..i:.e, at such an one w... 0 3. 1 x .. .. -a. >. 3.r....s. E.9 1 2 in.. ra re *. 1 .,1 c dollar. Iden 1,-, ac, tugal c or For Sale at 4. E CAPR ,
exitobdiscover if a liarm might be mustriourProtestant unus..-,.ass. .m. the ac. whatistleds:..maz.u......... It, 3, PrincipalDepotandM ufactory,188 Maiit Wm.B.DAVIS,
do us fmdi rl G-:.v. ro.:.r d his ground of their presentantism-an which he of- not describe it; They only denounce it. Thip St. Richmond, Va. Branc flice, Bank of Com- .1 1 ; Sheriff Brevard County.
Merad personal indignity to every Protestant last Bull, flenbunced uses;oar 11;=.; Ticter Em. merceBuilding, New York. Address. March ".tt,-1 ....
.0 phoudoesguard thy cacCqd1seganto manwomanana childintVelandwerepelled manuel, says;"we 3.,1,=.. all a1...awho have JOHNWILOOL&CO. g
draw off irurns use a-hore, when the cross- withthogravitylithiddlefttledthe offense and been guilty of the nefarious rebellionin the July141880 17 LSO RICE FLOURSUCKWHEAT AND
bownsen, who were in readiness, with loud the sobriety of this discussion. And does he said Provinces," or, not their oeoupation, inva- A CRACKERS. B. E. CARR L F F
cries shotat the Indians and struck down call this, virulencet BA, especially did we sion sand = b. I;i.e. L 1 .. (12. Great- LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE. May 5-1860. ,.0 n. fr men. I
of th l'h retired with rest hold him, with a Brahaid, to the assehe had pr I:.. rs.....o...aiton at is. ... ..ensures e. will be 1 "b
2e oxonele ingth ar, even th ugh ee a a edmunicatiotu; require g oded to are C2u i ; n rs, 1 .nr ri r .a., AMSBacon, Pork, I.ard, E.=l-r P tri- Insed- ..11 5 4, Ps..
theonpDexttohiinmighthavefallenand originofthatstringofcirseeormanfullyto "&c., &0. Thus the Bullexcommunicating <*** *r I1.-tr...-t.-1.. v.1, ra., toes B E.CARR. ( [tisirad -s:JIG0feathr P.I.
covering themselves they withdrew. Af- retract them. We held hits to the one point; and deposing Henry VIII, rehrred to censur.:s ;.1, 1: 1 E. fr abip 1u.11 9. an.) May 5--1860; - Bt.5mand M. nursuy Le., .*1 inug
terward they came many times and landed: Who made those curseaf )[e having averred and penalties previously set down andspeeilled. r, 3 p I r. I car ar.. c. ul ar r ge- = g es ass..rro*J; 16 Lochung air...s. s* : it I
and whenapproached they would go back Sterne to be the author ath inventor, we de- Now, rehat is this Greitter Excommunication, as ..>.1 rr nosti- -1' "* I Lur..a CHOICE GOODS. orics,.1 d.r 6< g Many.; n n,
, to their barges. These were brave to is ed on o6bes t Ttebs etndlsh '" heredenouncedbutTrotexpUtined? sitplatedo t m.les uthofLSt. Augustine, HOICEHams, driedBeefniess Beef, meas a < rn... of all kinds
look upon; for they were very large and church alone was reasonable. Our urgency Thili is the important question,-What is the ,ply E. E. P 07R ill'ork, smoked Tongues, pickled Tongues, PEpendages required 14,4 laige II ur I M [isy
well countrneted; and what with the awll- w. s solely to this point, tdaettle thisi question Greater Excommunication, and when did it be tr Augustine July 14, 1860 Jan.B ns, split Feas, B. E. CARR. M 1860, 3. E t'A R R.

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asey -.raabic it <11-2 the Traded
The attention of customers is respectfully
calledto the subjoined table, the resultofa
photometrical examination, by Ed'# N, Kent
,Esp., of Ney York, Clientist, And dated Feb 8,

slAwanlAL. LL'IP

Kerosene. 'Kerosene. 1

"fa a use.
Lard Oil. Solar. .64

rn n or

.6 a
2.1.55 $1 8

Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, filled, on application to
AUST e rP/ et N. Y
> *
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole"
sale Druggists, -Grocers, Camphene and Burn-
ing rinia manufacturers and vealersin Lamps.

trea 0 tE eOo sPO1 0 ,ea ade-
,persons are candorted agazast using the
! said htede-mark for other oils.
Oct.,lo, Sm
algP Call at the new8toreunder the MA.
sonic Lodge opened by HEB.TZ, if you
want cheap and prime articles in the Gro-
cery Line and other little Nick nacks.
ARINA,: Corn Starch, Lemons, Graham
Crackers, Ago, Tapioca, Maecaron1, Yeast
Poliders, Hops, Sodafoream Tartar.
Jan. 21. B. E. CARR.

4HOICE CLARET, Cider, Ale; Porter,
-',,, c r Easyberry Vinegar, Gin-
ger at -.... i. q. Brandy. B, E.,CAltRL

OCKING Chairs, Bureaus, Mattresses,
Dining Tables, Chaurs
an. 28. B. E. CARR.

. .
.4, .. rn ., 1 n

Starch. Farina, Oat Meal, Sago, Tapioca,
Hice Flour, Flax Seed, Sopsago Cheese, Mac-
ca ni, rmicelliTamaicaGingeb. CA R.

Tiouturespectfully inform histriends
and the public generally, thathe is always
line, necPhared tomaexecute aniy ory s, i hi
onehand, An8d a sys su lyihians 1 >e"!"
French black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
fein nd Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
Allordersexecutedinthebeststyle of work-
manehip, for cash only.

C iN1sn 8 hoice Vegetables, Frui sR&c.
Oct. 15

LIVES, Capers, Pickles, assorted Catsups,
fresh English Mustard; smoked Salmon*
soused Salmon, pickled Salmon, Mackerel, Ifer-
rug, Gelatine. B. E. CARR. I
Mar. -g

OOd Assortment

se .




u s d Ik, 1 ucoor to
ing q av togefs
Blackberry Brandy, Cognac Brandy, Gibdon &
Sons' dmily1 key ee ,onongah a Wlds
American Gin, Pure N. E. Etus, Schiedam Aro-
matie Shnapps, Mediera Wine, Sherry Wine
Cararet Wines, of the best brands, such as St
Julien, Catalan, Lions, and Larouronde, Ale
Porter..Cordialsof theCherauxBrandsStough-
ton's Bitters, Orgest Ac. &0. C. BRAVO
Feb is.

Hermetically Sealed.
asoRTED Misate, Ducks, Turkeys to &@


ta Ge th tranor of~the Lcr Jhsi i a
St 0 usinerarn atr iy10 fue .1. ~
taring eave localever Frida nt.11
RainlRad Bis copld i I an
Icm e 1 1850.

Fe oaeiS


at 1 e

(Form erl ub EI .I E:d ht-sa.
Ware s 3 l Houe,"

H1. Thisis ~ Pok r bep lack le u tbae. rdens

US dj hagr S B li ri. ?
Y EE (0 I~C*ltr li

Cracker s~. rlL TL B. L: C'lF.

IrbL-*ec II CbI

55IT ULTe fr 6IT Irrs.I..r g
U gonly.dl. Re ung rrBE 811 rac.E

Joo2B1 IraII .

7 E
Every i)ruggistastil Country Merdians about keep
I are p ly this I le me st only annacith
,Minagi "eill""Pp n 0 at oMs
.For Salcife SI, Augustine by

Agil 14-1860. 3. E. CARR .

"pg L -g- g gs
a ,

Bliss' D tie

Remedy has the lar-

gf $i BR 0 0 RD 180=
dicine in the world*

10 0, 000 packageS
SOld in Georgia and

FOurteen months. It

is warr an ted to
0870 'OO JOUS

RFO followed any
o rr
ORSO OI .l>yspepsxa,

Liver Di seas e,

Jaundice General

Debility, Palpita-

OO 0 1PO11I if



Hill 18 8 *
4, .
Back. It re cu1.

ly adapted tC Fe-

produces Rotund-

ity of Forsu in Fe-
r a m. .
JB&lOS OI R .1 11111 a lld

Spare Habit.

Every invalid
Should try one

W. ELES & CO "
.0adway liew York
For ask la St. Angs..usse by
April 14-18134.

EGETABLES, PeasCorni .e.
y I L. CARR,
April 14-186Q .


doorefrom the St. Nicholas Hotel.
The Stereosco e is the most instructive, in- 4 (Fonuly H. P D.EGRAAF,)
teresti ,ne utining, amusing, and exciting go. SYBOWERY.15ew York,
Nonearetooyoung, nonetooold, nonedoo TI.T....o;-as t..r.uirshe;glasand
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow- ,...r..3,_ ,.,ni, us.. ...I;Chr.-in--Ira e.
ledgeits worth and beauty. .,any at ,,,. so,
No home is 00mplik without it, and it must
and will penetrate tverywhere. IrARGEST TITENITITRE HOUSES
* It presents to your view every part of the in the United at two
world, in all the relief, boldness, perspective, .
end sharpness of details if you were on the toTtill 1. |!an e- I ...3.. //. ,ML ,P
11otographers, are everywhere exploring Their Stock consists, in part, of
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the Rosewood,
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is depicted as sharply and distinctlyssit it J ac g 88 8
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Known in Europe, ire receive from London and 'Colbar 8" Rar, Rosch, &0. LKterminal
Parig large Orders for Anthony's InstantRRe0us Of.
views of America i life a is scenery. "costar s=>
e s i 1 u ce ost Bed-btxg Exterminator,
he..rt, ri .. .1.....1 -liu s "008$578" EIGGiriG POWier, fOr ID-
van r.. aim .ly Sects, &0.
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Parties at a distance sending us $8, $5, $10, Rats-Roaches--Mice-Moles-Ground Mice--
to m ygo instse b ednse I ..s it. ..TI Ir
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Views alone, (without instrument) can be
as an e o wish to be advised of everything / g
really Taluable in the line that comes out, may .
sends their names to place on record, and ws 10 Years establishc.1 n N di York City-used
will keep them posted at our own expense. by the the City P.. e...E...-ve City Prisons
Meneflexaure will find Photography a most and Station House-the City.Steames:-, Sh.
-fascinatiDg and delightful amithment. We ar@ &c.-the City Hotels, "Astor,'' 'St. 1..el...l P3
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything &c. -and by more than 20,000 private fami-
tr to a ta81u asedo cTi p. Druggists and tee callers everishese sell
E. ANTHONY, them.
Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic gr holesaleAgents in all the Mrge Cities

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each, which cannot behoughtat anyretailstore
for the same price; eaud in addition to the pur-
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elry, lesson value than E. ru.. L worth
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