Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: March 23, 1861
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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. EQUALITY .IN THE -QNION AND NOTHING LESS.


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Pp IEDEVERVSATaiaDAY


Of. tigilStille, $1..1011ll'SCO.,Fla.,
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MA T IA 8 R ANDREU .
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Ahai as (Utura JO876 gible onw.ud,
care will s.es uponth.vbrow:
Butglorrows platures ofthepitat,
Its fading light will roistad them throw,


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N. FAFY, Fl'Oprietor*
HE Subscriber has the pleasure to announce
hat a es b shmentl.1sPa.y recent y un-
'e '=*.merous guest
who have heretofore favored it with their Pat-
Fonage as well as peculiarly attractive to new-
ones.
During the Summer Months alterations and
additions have been made materially increasing
the capacity and conveniences of the house._
Within the lastfew weeks the Proprietor has
re-furnished all the rooms thoroughly and corp-
pletely with the best and most elegant furniture
selected by himself in the City of New York
without regard to expense and with a view to
render the "EL(iRIDA HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
The FLOREDA IIOUSE iremost advantagzous-
ly situated enjoying a central location in the
City, and at the same time commanding all
airab1 retil met as weHdsa e oeulfrom
and provided with fire places: the house is
surroundpd with versudahs four in number.
eachonehundredfeetinextent. and protecteel
so as to furnish a delightful promounde even in
had weather-
la die speeiotts gre:nds and gardens the var-
ious r e ulatabbery audruiru=otthis olimate
oe 1 th 886 1 HTY s
all kinds of game this market affuels,
The Servers in attendance will be found
polite, civil audatreative to rill calls.
The Proprisor devotes:his time and efforts
exclyIvely and unremittingly to enhance (Le
comfort and seen e elsie satilaraction othi wi. ts
exten led to his house, he trusts to mcrit he
and 1860. Sm.

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THE STEAMER





E. R. IVES, Captain,
ILL leave Dr. Ifartridge's Wharf, Jack-
Tuessias v nat6 RS sk r !tlat
and Intermediate Landings,
RETURNING.
Mo dl lesh Pail th at six o lo . M. on
TOUCHING ATINTERMEDIATELANDINGS.
And connecting at Picolata with Stages for
t. Au a at 0 a clock Af.Ton the Up
1 11kfao mike regidar weekly tips a Mid-
dlebsitg and intermediate landings, leaving
citalonville we Th raday lordag six
Nin-1 11 LillOt, J..es-on-trille.
@g y F P..xus. .
6 [am IL Pr.Insist,
1 al bK.1NNING, ,1]jJ.}j* burg
Not 8. 1860. ly.

PriVaite BOI'di
-lib-
A few boarders can be sooom-
dat8mlfu / so andoeso ury
thing Substantial by calling on
the Subscriber, Corner of Treasuryd no
Dec. 8 1860,
4
FRIllily HORF.
guitANTED White Extra for Family use
W Selected for family Pastry Baking to
onlye6 bl e dining. B. E. CARR.

KING'S NOTTNTAIN, MILITARy
SCHOOL,
TORKYILLE, S C. .
The Institution is modeled after
theSunthCarolina Military Acade-
graduced C, so 1 eeil'r pale ye
0111informaflon apply to
AaT M JC D. Principal.
December 1 1860. sy.


as wr., a m-... marar,,-
y 3m:4SCE


Anevr.nrksanswas willbe insei*ted onthe
One DoHar per square, of twelve lines sing
a vier, ro.-the si.;< it..athau, rar..1 Seventy-Five
em a L nal. -ques 1. ..nited to the
speee contracted fo/, Al contractis shalle in
n ea ii3e av ei2n
no. properly connected with the business shall
ma jge e nra n as ts estoedato .exceals of
All advertisements not marked with the num-
of in rt a required will be conditued
We Dollars will be charged for all an-
spri=vmansfoftCandidates for Othee. in ad.
"Alhtnee .
at**s.. Obituary notices, when they exceed ex
lines in length will be charged for at advertise'
1 ing rates.
Contract advertisements payable quarterly;
advertisements front strangers ated trauntent
persons, payablein advance. Alkilters will be
sonsideied due wheardalled for,
One square, for six months, - f Ill ****
Legal or Busines, C., is, 4.. to I.ne
Application for 1 .el... ..s ..ty...ea.. -
tion - - - o 5 00
Kotice to Debtors and Creditors - 7 00
Application for distubmal as Adminis-
trator - 10 00
y All bills for Job Printing, uttest be paid
on sh. delivery of the work.



BY rirtue of an Execution issued out of the
CircuitCourtforthecounticeatVolusiaand
Leerardinthe Eastern Osrcuit of Florld.t and tc
naedirectedand4cliveredinfavurofWilliam 15.
Odeset aL vs.Huties K. Sewalland wife, have
Israel ups..s ....-1 =.LL Haves.I... .10 at Susau-
b, I
).wing described land, to wit;-- An undivided
a srerest of Fre Thousand three 11undred awl
T.tirty-three Acreas, being the third part of or
triagrantenandcontaining 16,000 acreeniore
or in said Brevard county grasited to 34tque.
h ad2n e .1 Jula and cautirm.
The above tale is passpowed until the let
Aphda ileis passppugl stilthe first
Most ph June.
The above sale is postponed until the feet
T e is pisposed until the first
T here .."7 onspaned until the first
Monday in Sepre thi ilext.'
The above lialeis plaigned natil the first
Monday in October next.*
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in November next.
MoTnhd a b rPnoe7.oned until the firs
The shore sale is postponed until the first
mondayinlanuartnext. :
fke slaire sale is postponed until the first .
M>uday in February next,
The we sa inevensponed until the first
The shore sale is postponed until the fast
as postponed until the rarst
a asiday in Ma. not.,
The abowe sale as p.elpson.J narand the first
me y abuo an(as putapaned urst.I the first

on a postponed until the farnt
Ston lay in Augusinexp,
afh or e )ibs3ostponed until the first
The above s.de is postponed until the farst
Monday in October neit, C
kTh.e ab res terhamponed uratal line 6rst
Thtsor to us.e.d unt.1 11.e F.cr.t
j {uicU the-Srst
aryT -
ITnisbown emie to pampaid until the lin.L
onday an February.
'thtEtkkd'add as goatpone untitthe Arst
Mo des laureMale is postpone until the Arst
Mong; la April next.
acting. Sherz@Ir Mr unty.
SIA ch tsus-186t.,


AGENTS WANTED,

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CHILDHOOD.
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anal...aunr a ...irr.qis-a.ac.
.ts.11,u=.eenes of case sles....***
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Br.ela sp. thy cheek rep, so
H-s..aess....iocer.conna love.


The House on the Potoma0 in
1675. *
Standing on a bluff shere'the river Po-
L.mewason..il I..giscuse, two sh:-ries
in her;I.1, w th a kn.:1..:n and dining room
on clue lirer fl.,..r, and tw.:- bed rooms on the
second Old Spall.nar.. the owner, was
known iu the viancity as the greatest in-
,tan hunter of h;a day. The red skins
feared his nile, and when 4 came to a
rough and tumble fight, they found b


re each warriorand held in a.re by all -
The Indian who would bring in abi Spell
man's sealp, would bd revereticed, worship-
ped, and be regarded da a moth and ex-
ample for all young warriors to iMitate.-
The family of SpelTmary consiisted of the
father and shother, disughter and son. The
pare::ts were well advanced in years, but
stout, hale and hearty; The son was a
young man of promise-large muscular
frame, and, like his father, possessing a
herculean power. The daughter was a girl
of eighteen, fair and beautiful. Being in-
ured to the forest, she was brave aDd dar-
ing, Cool, calculating, calm an self-posses-
sed, in times of the greatest danger and
In t I
.sas imminent peri .
The house stood within it few yards ofa
preexploe, a out twenty et high, which
extended some distance up and ddwn the
river, and affording it on that side a pro-
tection againstan enemy. Ahigh palisade,
commencing at the bluffon one side, extend-
ed around the house to the bluff on the
opposite side, thus eneloding it on three
sides by the pe sade, and one side protect-
ed by the bluf. It was considered by the
neighbors as a strong post, and the old nas
isunself thought it almost impregnable.
About this time the Seneca Indians made
war upon the Susquehannahs, and drove
them from the head of the 01 ak
resape e.-
They wandered along the lakr of the Po-

whites, desiring to negotiate terms of peace
they were. however, put to death, on which
.
occasion Sir William Berkezey said, "They
cause in peace, and I would have sent them
in peace. though they had killed my father
and mother." This inflamed the mindsof
*esavages, and they made war on the
whites, slaying indiscriminately all who fell
into their hands.
It was a cold evening in November, that
Sir Spellinan was seated by the table with
a book his hand. The old lady was dozing
before the fire, with her knitting part due
tune going on and part the time laying idle
in her lap. The son was mending nod
generally preparing his traps for the winter
service. The daughter was seated at her
spmming w occasion y. casting sly
glutees at a flue looksug young man near
lier, who smiled graciously in return.-
'The gentleman alluded to was a bonu of
Alius 8pellman's, .and had that evening
, walked through a lonely forest five miles to
see his sweetheart IIia name was Robert
Rider, and a brave stouthearted man,- wil-
ing and able to defend his lady-love.from
"rm.
- The wind was.whistling dolefully about
the house, making everything without seem
cold and dyeary, and all within look more
cheerful. The bold gentleman hid down,
.. twk ..6 his spank1, and Lurred
J.is or t..w..: a the back end gf alse house
The se hollae e a e 's acumbd hid
duWO LIS Happ 804 ( 0 LA [LO uld arth 6
.
exalilpl0.
"Hist!" said hetahis, putting up his
his finger in token of silbnoo.
"Did you hear anything, pap ?" asked
the old lady starting up in her sent.
"There is something 'wrong," replied
the old man; "the horses seem uneasy, and
the dogethine. I am afraid the Ind as
will be on us."
"Oh don'[say that," plead die old
lady. .
"Don't be frightened; there is a pretty
good party of us. Risler, you and Nancy
collect all the arms) together, and put them
in order; there are strong itidientions of In-
dians. Guard well the doors, and keep a
sharplookaut.
The old my arose from his chair and
noiselessly stole up stairs. There were see
eral port-holes in the upper part of the
house, through which the old gentleman
took an observation of the premises within
the enclosure. From what he, could ob.
serve, he was satisfied that Indianis were I


Isrking abour, and as war existed between 6;8 antagonias back. Hiso wasM
I the whites and theart.ges, of cowse this choke me anage; and so bus purpose he
rmentions were not ora friendly character put our hiswholeatrenph. Batthemasage
Whenhererurned to the teams below sasthe stronger man, and Rider was
arairs, he nesse d in preparing the arms, stimewhat weakened by the less of blood.
sad distribanna she ammunition There The airaggle had continued for aeweral
was the-rarms en..ugli for all eze..-pr the .c.I& assures, when RD.ler felt a pecuhar tight..
lady, and, fr.r ferior securisy, she w;z., neanbout stanbruar.. and fell himself pan.
placed in one a nd of she room A screen dually, one bus reerstaneo. T is indisor
was madeto ARE of the hght from the ha_ '


In ct, it p.'ltre tote r...car..a.u-d ameld HILL dad

Gin as a Remedinal Agent. *

A. BO DNC LO 01 KB od sof Messrsa
been a fasDrite with the profession for many
7 s wit e i'a3quden2nzyne or di liamene
.. i.,u ... 2 is -. .n to
.1 .. ... .r..t -1.. .1 ..- so

r* *
.0.. i To thecourse ofa practice
tl / k t consion to tery awin f
examination of numerous samples,1.ave dec deal
Imtan in every household, and the OLD LONDON
"I'i.,,. ,ll, ...1.. ...in..1 In
Kuickerbooker house are doing much for ta...
o4use of true temperance. 4
COLTON SALTER, hI. D*
8 West89th Street, N. Y.
"BININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN"
possessesrdl the qualities that can be desired for
this highest and noblest use of all wines or
I.3.1.r Its mgradients are the distilled juices
.1 ....r..f aly selected grains, made delicately
pungent anGilavorous with the aromntietincture
of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
theseIningled aromas, and given and exquisite
mildness--=a smooth oily body-andan almost
floral odor to the liquor, which renders it dell-
clous to the senses Mansell and taste alike, while
its sparking liquid purity leaves nothing for the
eyIn o I ion,4),he writer must iemark that
Massus. A. M. BININGER & CO., 19 Broad
streaty. Y. merst the gratitude of the entire
medicalprofessionmiwellas of the world at
large, for having introduced a stimulant of such
unexceptionable purity and unequivocal p.wer,
both as preventive and curasive agent, and a
.harnalem Deverage.-- [Chemical
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beertoompleted, LATabi wireiAn yes.
for silence the'resuk of their anspic on
Tr was p.3rbr.ps midnight, when there was
a sh:bt ruarling outside the Jour, alsd y
closely observing and blistering a iroice
could be heard. The old man ordered
three of the party up stairs to fire upon the
savages who might he in the yard, while
he would defend the door. The command
was put in the hands of Risler, who, on
looking out, saw by the faint light .the
moon cast through the clouds, a body of
Indians, just inside .the palisade. They
were standing perfectly -quiet, watehing
the movements of their companions near
the door.
a
Take the three Indians to the right,"
said Risley. "I will take the first one
Harry take the second and Nancy the
third."
Noiseless1 th aced th '
y ey pl exr weapons in
the port-holes, and sit the same instant the
arms belched forth fire and three Indians
fell dead on the spot. Thelodiansseemed
stricken with a anicand hatel iled
p precipi
but a moment after returned and attacked
the house furiously. Their principal point
efattack was the door. which the old man
was defending.. While they were battering
at it, the old lad ta hettle of was
7pu rover
the fire, and in a few minutes had it boiling
She th di -
en ascan ag the stairs and softly
raising a small window directly over the


gun esme whizisag M. In
sand wab a consulsive shudder he todled
over to recove a death bloiir from she
heads of Nancy, She had" fought liravely
courageously; and last of 11, naved her
loder, who in after years parried her.
The wounded all recovered, and for
three days withstood a dege, at the and at
which time they were reasoned and taken
to place ot.safety.
The 1.1 111 Of E
g onle.

A traveler was rui towardsJzis

Irombafterlong wanderings distantia5
ppi
hope. Many years had 94ssed since he
had seen his father and mothe and the
thought of 80 80on meeting them again
gave wings to his feet. While he was still
upon the mountain whibh he had to cross
before reaching his isative village, night
.
came on; and for some time it was so dark
that he could IIcurcely see the staff in his
4and; and when be demanded into .the
valley he lost his lipy, and wandered back-
wards and forwards, till at le de
agth, in ep

Woroo he murmured himself, "Oh thite
who would guide me back into the right
roadafterall myuselesseffortsto findit'
With what gralitude would Irepay him!"
So saying he tood still, arid sched for;a


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WhiCh lifty to (S#D 613 8 p at 88W gle.MS-
over them. With lorid howls they fled, and i in the distano feeb I d
as they retreated the party upstairs re q e a. ight ami st
ga the darkness, and its bea a theered him
them a volley, and two or three were either as it fickered in the glo "Hail!" oried
killed or wounded.
For about half an hour there was a perfect he, "thou messenger read hou te less
silence, no trace ofan Indian couldbeseen, i somy ag-
"Ireckouthey're gone," said the old placewherefean lan shel ddfood,
lady in a whisper to her husband. ng
"Not they-we'll hear from them direet- morning sun have never seemed to me so
ly," and he had searcely made the reply, f w n a hmw
when a rille shot froin one of the party up- steps towards the distant light, respect
stairs announced the reappearance of the
savages. each moment to see the.man who bore it.
But it was only a "Will o' the isj),"
"Go into the kitchen. Hannah," said the whieb, taking its rise from the marsiby
old man, "I belied they are at the back lands, hovered over the stagnant pools.
door." Ele, however, wainlered on. beguiled by it,
The old lady hastened to obe orde and till he came.to the steep bank of.4 river.
y rs, Justasthatmoment beheardairoice be*
watched the door closely as the Judians bat- hind him aging, "Stop, if you .wish to
tered awavat it. There was a party of say.. avoid death!" He stood d gazed round
ages at the front door, which the old man him. It was the yoion of a fisherman
was guarding with the utmost care. Those who called to him frotwhischops. YWhy,*t
up stairs were ordered down, and theirbole led bee@as shbetd, forodwere theIi mustered below stairs. Toe have lost my wpy." "Friendly light do
non and site mother were guarding the back you call it?" returned thodisliernian, "it is
door, at whichthesavages were eageily at but a treacherous vapor, that lures elen go
work. At length it yielded to their effort and fell in. The son shotthe first Indian. As he spoke, the flickering marah-light
while the another, within aw.anached the expired. The traveler thabited the fisher.
second one and drove him back. The howl. man for his preservation with heardels
ing of ihe say ages brought those from the gratitude; but he was estanished, and saidi
front door btile rescue, and the wholiforce @
were n..w assembled at that twent The..,1J bear upon dus I;.var.. flavenn a man son
I.dj researed a mar out wound and was b rn, his brouser man to arrorgnd.nor, scrave re
aily by I.ePeon. flif<,Id man, R. Int, guide han annottle righl"Ibay?'' Thenalse
804 &800} Di:iW 1808 ID Elsilight, b Iv kind-hearted daherman direored the trave.
ler In the road ta his father's dwellin
ing lbe savages a siley, which wu. natun- .Ele followed site path potated.otat to hin
ed, woundsd Italerlan.4theederSpellmer., andsoonsawthewelcome light of house
brit they continued the fight; Kndas the saiv. shbing with a bright and steady ray, noir
siges fled, they pursued t em tel .de yard. doub dd rAteon an from tdhe m{t.hrodu
Spellman received a soeod wound, which before renebing it. He h oked: 4 sh
disabled him, and he orawled into the door was opened; andparents; brphers and
house. sisters hurig roydwhis neofili Rhised him,
The remaining.three fought with desper- and wept tours of joy at his return.
ation, and drove tbo savages step by steP ha TwoPRICSIDENTS.-94VISami lai .
beyond the palisades. Nancy and her poin were both gra in Kentacky, in 1808
brother topped to repair the breach, whilb and 1809 ros we both left their na-
Rider made as rcuit of the place, to see if r rtin at odthe h otoe.eem
it was thoroughly cleared of the enemy. As in the ludian wars of the WM, both com.
he came near the precapsoe,, an Ipdan I silensed their political careers about she
sprung from the darkness qpon him, and name time, beingPresidentialElectorain the
then commenced a struggle for ,life. The el ti ro 1 ahria ort Ik and Lin-
Indian had no weapon, but endeavored to about the same time, *&&or '46, and were
drag REaler over the precipice. The latter in the r..ar..o J...r and almost rhe same day
was compelled to drop his rifle, and was called ts:- p. -1 J. over ,them respecure gas
therefore on equal footiDg With 1118 Savage OranleDL.4-Gau [as Pr inide'll of tilG (June-$
foe. Stat shee.cher Pres dent (fche Conf'edm.
Foi a few moments they would dangle ate ta:.:4 or .1m0..0=. One the rook upon
oved the edge ofthe precipice; wheyRislect e e toone no bli M
getting a little the advantage, would force gomery Mar?.


des as
v..F.75 a

Theenterprising proprietonsof
ORESNITT GROVE WRIBREY.
(The Purest Medicinal Agent over known,)
has furnished the community a Stimulant I ure,
Healthful and Invigorating, at the same time a
mild delicious beverage. It is eleulated to do
away with the vile drugged lituff that is palmed
ifdon the 0 man us laidisrhich 1 .1 tr st<'
heneath, he has received a Diploma from the
STATEAGRICULTURAT, SOCIETY, and ad-
ditional testimony from DR. JACKSON, ofBos-
Lon, who testifles under oath to its absolute
pupty. CERTiFICATES.

Philadelphin, Sept. 9th, 1838
We have carefully tested the sample of Ches-
nlutS, jil wh) as in ent usSaind ance
knownas Fixsil Oil, which is the cuaracteristic
audeinjur us ingredient of the whiskeys in
go \ OOTII, GARRET & CAMAC,
Analytical C mists.
Ihave smalyzedNew Y k, el (se at ove
Whiskey, received from Mr. Chirles Wharton,
Jr., of Philadebphig, and having carefully tested
r/o p enous r I as n 12a.fr
.s an ur..asuallS pure and r...e ris..,s a qu.I. ,f
JO ES It. CFULTO
Arural)ue..I Cheminst
fis..aors. Maral."'II., IE
I have malo n chemical analy... of amn. r-
coal Eurempha of Claur.ur Grove Whoke. wh ch
tL (1 art a da to at .
flavorofthis Whiskeyladerivedfrom the Orain
used in nunut ai it.L Res a y.ayer,
No. 16, BoAston Street.
For sale by Ill. E. CARR,
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SENIV FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF
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dagagein the sale otsomeofthe best and
Omost elegantlyillustrate4Walkepublished. LA DY'S NE .W S.
sht)ur h a ft excet inmreat"rg
Meebbsole and Merchant; th are published in PAPER
to ,2 w wr d em Ln THE GALY LADY'S NEWSPAPERPTJBLISII.
elevery Householdip We ED IN THE UNITED STATES.
To men of enterprise and industrious Spezimon nusubers sentpost-paid, on the re

p n see%2t7k eTthfor neige of a three ee am YAM & 00.
Persons desiring to.act as agents will 112 South Third Strieg
bee promptlyby mailfullparticulars, terms, Nov. 3. Philadelphia Pa
by addreeeing .
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ST. A ~~ISTINE, ST. SIbllM'S COUNTY. FLORIID)A SATIRIDAY'. HIARCI *23. 1801









































re
olinmendai general abune I of the
Chiokasaws, Gher- kees.Creeks, Sonsooles
and Chocraws, b held at some central

nbru u} r t.. ...m 0.<
The General Council of the Ohockw
Nation responded to the sentiments of
sheirchiefby passrug the followIng reso-
hiiiops. It is easy to see from these re-
solutions on which side the Ghootews will
anagathemselves.
a n ag unan !vi nito\ in tim
ference tb the political between thello therreand Southern States of

co e v st edchoman,
gretandgreatsolicitude the present unhappy
poinicaldisagreeme between theNorthernand
Southern Statee ofthliAmerican Union, tending
th mis a va o ei p 1annm
lations existing with that Government by treaty
asipulationsandinternationallowsandportend
anackinjury to the Ohoclaw, Government
furlAer, That we must express the
earnest desire and ready hope entertained by
tleentireChouraw people, that any and all
political disturbance agitating and dividing the
an a ly 8 andThe looran
e

lightemnentin noral social and good govern-
mentalidprosperity in the material concerns


a y sl a 3n n 2
*rnmentanat eense, and we shali tselect to rol-
lowthenitural affection edneationitastitutions


whomweare confidepit, we can rely for the pre-
servation of our rights, of life, liberty and pro-
ety, and the continuance of many .acts of
dship, general conneland traternal sup-
Rae dn errThat wedes eton1sure our
ud Texas, ourdetermination to observe the
semicable relatiansin every waysolong existing
between sand the nton n w an i
and feelis gasooncredfosswillremain respected
by them, and be protected from the encroach-
ments of others.
Resolved Isrther,- That his Excellency, the
, Principal Chief, be requested to enclose, with an
a mTunintion fr himse'f, a co
Southern States, with the request that they be
Inid before the state Convention of cash State*
asmanyas hBT&&EMable4 atthe date of their

6 inewyp a bo7e notbehey
kcd, furt/ser, That theserosolutions take
rike and be in force from and after their past

owed, Feb. 7th, 1861.

toTo a go eat sa a "'"
ature neein ared tl or8ecedint Statesa

ferocious looking ontz stith one paw on that
uufortunaterat, Virgarna, whilst the rest, of

Ider Mrs a ses e ag fe? dear Jify.--
and Georgia are next, Ala a as on d
are going it neck and neck, tires comes
Louisiona, whiles Texas has barely escaped
the nght paw of Grimalkin, which nearly
tonshesthetail of the fugitive pray in

onee or 5 la e sha lys onk.teb9s(seod
1 4 wavingTabverby rasand be.n21


.dE:xiPu
nonth comes the words: '*Nothing as go-

b i anilNeo ga slI 2 b 2

appydvicum consoles Juumeli wi h 44ebe
y as well as the 4th of March. This
capital production as, we understand, the
produenon of an secomplished young lady
me as rtjr ilus gs a a pmm ofdu
stories lfichmondDispatch.


Y8EC 8 GP & 8 ha tygg
ju a large bodyof men in this city who are

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the cound of a gentleway of high oflicial
pr main. AJrendy the EpperiDyendent of
Whee'ba.s instituted engines go fiDd out
where their armories are Joented, in order,
no doubt, so ses promptly should it pyre
& usu us a small army is quietly drilling in
our moist. in order to wesse the Federal
p :Mre) ly spu locality. -


..a.ma ar., or e me. ma n,
soicean de fugat or ...i rina Gra cre.a.cin
under whah uses..u Ms to has md pro.
",vt N.aone true 3..uthern unso For
he auke of size South, men, our own be-
' ved South, let us drop all party dissen-
arousand uniteinupholding and sustain-
ing the Government. ..If there be defects,
and no work of human hands is perfect
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an ecoe sd at to ei e da b 1 l
of politionl maxima, which ought to con-
tain the very soul of the moral history; and us would be glad to see altered. So
m
then ther are im e istiable and indistmo:- node st free atroductio ofilAfr

negro population, or entire free trad
of strengthsin the storm, and spreading Others may object to each and all
their effulgence over the tide of time as a
beacon in the night. Let us then avoid these provisions. Let these preference
e
the aboals and quicksands which wrecked and objections be expressed at the ball
o
the old United S d tak th boxandin the State Conventions. B
u

lamp of experienceTs a guidein mene before the world, and more espooially in th
Confed the bonds of face of our Northern foer, let us present
our new eracy by solid front in defense of our Goverbmen
Charity-of that Charity"whichthinketh
no evil, is not puffed up." Let us bear Thus, and thus alone, shall we prove
t
and forbear, and be more ready to give the world, thae nitim our ghtsflatu

sh q irreed c ons ith a dtime and thnu alone, shall we proveto the n
abolished habits that eling to men of an tions of the earth that our revolution w
a
the results act of political phrenzy or rus
t
a ai otto r 1 xeoge obf gof as eo liemtoat e I bera
but wait patiently and hopefully for the tines, under God, in their own hands, an
limiti of at its work them out to their own ends.

Great Architect of the Universe teaching
man lesson of gradual developments to-
wardsiperfection, in the Greation, which The weather during this month has bee
was only completed in seven days, when generally bright and fair, rather cool i
His Oinnipotent word alone would have the morning, but warm and pleasant durin
sudiced, as when He said-"Let there be the day; refreshing showers at vight, hav
light and there was light." By looking lent. au impetus to vegetation, and th
above, in the spirls of prayer and trust, a cogn crop promises fair, if we may judg
renewed understanding prill be given to from the advanced state of the yonu
those at tbo helm of our Confedera shoot. Old Boreas, by sundry rudde
youDg -
cy, and a heaven-Lorn love will shed its gusts, attempted to make, good the ol
haldharound our brotherhood of Statee, adage-that ''March comes in like a lion
which will make even our enemies to be at &0." Bus his unruly blasts soon die
peace with us. Let us watgh and wait. away into: gentle n urmurings among th
orange trees, now laden with blossom dif
An article in the Mobile Tribune of the *
6th inst., so eloquently expresses our views fusing a delicious fragrance through th
on this subject, that we present is in full air, while the soug of the mockitag bird
to our readers: We liold that it is not ID: 4 SWOOL mtSit 8m00g the branObts
only the duty, but the proud privilege of The .blue trabSparent sky is reflected
overy true citizen of the Confederate States ruirror-like, in use waters of our bay an
d
at thisjuanture, to testify, by word and by the golden sun dances ozi its ripples, whil
deed to his love for land loyealsy 2 t rwhi ering)breesesva 3in w

This feelingof loynity is what is essential as our quie quaint od City, for re
to the preservation and well badly of every newed health. All nature seenia to re
government. The want, of itbroke up.the joice audattune its chards to harmony an
d
old United States Government, for the a a alo sofith mospher
Puritan fanatic is incapable of any orber
motive than self interest, and loved the let us, if only by one little seed word
Union only because is End and clothed him, speed t$e time, when-adrey shall bes
wale a wa.ssus easibis for the ple ol. their swordainto ploughahures and Whei
uan South to be dowered-lo-bears gar- spears unto poun ag books "
ernmeal, Lbrps sinfirgrad6taff bylo very. --- "m

de to up morh A irator is Emlaesortra re
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of America are now one homogeneous pe ington, but regard it as a ruse to throw th
e
e con d t e r undtint evre Authorities at, Charlesion of theis **rd-
Bsafe t chRio Grancksebyhathe t slof their own. The CArolinians are noP be
9 caught napping, and we hope they will
Northern Confederacy in an atfitude of continue to keep a bright look out. Thos
e
almost open hostility towards us, lihould contemptible, long, Jeau, haugry looki,
cance the bSouthern pe ple to his esall fellows, with faces indicative of treason

in the midst of a revolution that stratagems, aud apoile are not to be trusted;

sequdin6ger aPne1mopt ov reinOE rathe lotu "suspect the Greeks, Whey
States have wit drawn, we by one, from arer The Texas State Gazette ablishes

tbne b rhese seven 9
met together here in a Federal Congress, 18, Kentucky 16, North Carolina 9, Geor-
to devise menon for dreir connaou safety. gia 22, Virginia 21, South Carolia 11
The people of each State have sent their Ark 2 61 Mar >
wheat and best men here to legislate, F amas insouri 1, yland 3, Ilh-
or nois 1, lusiana 1, Texas 1,1reland 1, Nova
weeks these statesmen, invoking the favor Scotia 1, Maine 1, Gemanny4, Connecticut
and guidance of Almighty God upon their. 1, Ohio, 1, Lousiana 1, New York 4
deliberations, have been diligently en, Missibsippi b, 35eagabusetta 1,


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ern ST. .AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA,
an SATI[TRDALillARCH, SS, 1861.
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the "^".is Bowr Ese., of Palatki, Fla., in
th- ul automan t as 2eq f

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'Twas isothingli in i llVirord,
From easeless IIps key fell.

AT pp Pl so /ui sand,
But, yes, on the passing brdA
lab littleseed,
Which makededes stower
or as noisome weed.
Bo often will a singl/word
Unknown its endfulft,
Andbeswin soost h at d


, LINCOLN 8 CONSI ENet The follow-
ung paragrnphs.of the loaugaral we put in
ju o fnandsm .power coaGd-
dissatisfied fell ed to line lifill Tised
,pountrymenandno thol8, obenpy
ML MIMr is, the -nm 4 possess it pro
mentous question phy -and pisees
civil wars The. gor- nging to the gov.
ernment will notas ornment, and Gollect

so no Incl and-, thouhdd Weandimposts
cognize me as President, I shall nos m lena
you ar you all pay milee for the a of
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SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY.


The chootaw ATation and t
Crisis.


W hshq. h a 0 tPon 1 /
saw Nation tear. ruse..rly aniened the
cal inegislature h.mouncil, for the purp
of equghtingasto Line action to, he tak
in vier of the ,aecession of the south
States. Theaeasuge o[dthe Chief is

hAs aspn @great an n
tottieti eyahaes of the South and
laisitory of 4 al1vedy n ttation i. he r

4( Inse EPIC-1,o bethnit of a severe
n(Jaglepatients.$tute, and not of a T
ritory of theUnitid St at kh the O
a to asialc@treati aisitio"du altS vile 4,

II a th I di in dnan.
feelingsof line (heer==s ord wity
bout., hasis.g been Is..r.. and unrtured
is sail, and 1.::1is Insrudious in comu
v.Lh the southern 5:r.I.B. He depreco
do didainst of the Union, and holds

s. e sa loo61st n 3.gad
enter has their internal and dome rre p.
.ega. e ruards that Count ion
p of


gaged in perfecting a plan for a parreanent
Federal Government, which she.l pr...ode
justice, ensure .domestic tranquility, and
perpetuate the blessings of peace and pros.
perity toourselvesand our posterity. These
men have already exercised ainthority,
which, under other circumstances, may
not have legitimately belonged to them.
They have, for instance, elected a Provisi-
coal President and Vice President. But
those officials are men whose names are
illustrious in American histoi The one,
a great soldier, a pure patriot, a wise states-
man, equally capable of directing the helus
of State in the smooth waters of peace and
tranquility, or of steering her through the
rocks and breakers in the storm of wa"
The other, a sitatesman, who, for many
years, stood the acknowledged leader of
the popular braneb of the Legislature of
the old Union, eminently wise, prudeut

',ad nguing dad pm mi 0 n us
of the people of bis on State, who should
know 1. m best. ,What demagogue, shon,
milianincthenation ofon. Congreast


The U. 8. Bohooner Dana,.
Some tishe since the Black Republican
Sensation seekers and makers were grati
Aed by readingen necount in the New York
Times of a reported seizure of the U. 8.
Survey Schooner Dana in this port. The
article referred to pretended to be the of.
ficial report to Professor Bach made by
Mr. F. W. Dorr who was in charge of the
Schooner. We have been permitted to
read a less r frdm.the latter gentleman to
Capt:G. C.;Gibbs who was said to have
made.the seisure. Mr. Lorr says:
"The article in the N. Y. fines to
which Isuppose you refer is FALSE from
egu na{ ye ti di otuomenPr es a
Bache of the fact desiring him to contra-
dictitofficiallyasIhave done both priv-
asely and in an official report to him I
am truly sorry that so much prominence
has been given to our affairs and especial-
ly such gross misrepresentationand am

edhi more dia.
I am oursum st.ar, my usestant Mr fleb-
attan had nothang to do oth the Tune.s
assalues[consensumanned a bacu us


From Washington? '
WAsxxxerox, March 11th.-Repoile coa no
to prevail respecting the contemplated evaous-

e 1 or ee .re ee mpy ei lueo'
to-night, lusd given no such order. Prominent
gentlemen, however, say that they have
motion satisfying them that such a course
from necessity, be pursued.
The Confederate states commissioneradidnot
see Mr,8eward to day, but will probably make
their formal application for an interview to-

an facial letter was received at the war De-
partment from Major Andersion, yesterday.-
Ife says he has only fifteendayssubsistenceand
fuel."

A mieni ,11sset.heritore isenatt tthe
reinforce the fort ot*abandon it altogether,+
Thelattercourseitisthoughtwillbbadopted,
rromeoneiderations of inevitable neededly un-
der the advice of General score. There.ie,
howevela conflict of opinion among the lie-
publienns on this question, and up to this time

.ca ines cous...I has c.,w.e a. no des .EL co,
-- .
Frasse area. Mr.reb IS ---The real ord,-es of
SADBior 1.)d@midFOLOlull@hbWh650 n"iode


e in but to r .

A SpeedI from ArrorneyGeneral
Benjamin.
The 22d of February was celebrated
with great spirit in New Orleans. Amon
g
other incidents, ex-Senator Benjamin pre
sented the military with a ilag on behal
of thes a gen lus a ech lush ii6dt tha
t
our inuependence is not to be maintained
without the shedding of our blood. 1
know the the co viction anot shareldrob
y
unstaken. Yet, fearml as is the ordeal
,
and much as war is to be deplored, it is
not the named evil which many consider
is to be, By a benifices dispensation of
the Orator, that which to ano:tals seems
anosteaturnitous is not unfrequently cou
e
c ted n a Lde ing jutbb n ee j

red and blackened surface of the fire at
Iests its ray Yet little wh
age. a ite, and
the spring rains descend, and rise heated

"' 'da ci of lige>rodxs growtlian ti

mxce s 50 n i u2m siontils eet
ing to d ulate into neuve developmous the nobler
inpulses aude not I el d a cut


principles of tr a govern our are now ex-
posed can but wr
la 10 readet) a do
of the suir-acks of ancious sculpture have
been site very mear;s of preservag for pop
terHy, in marvellous persection, the beauty
of their forms aud use bruaoup of thfar

pr1xw ion .acred duty -of defending your
country-bor rig its nod her honor-cake
good heed. A charge you, in time unmai of
those for wlwin [ speak, take good heed
that sinn, their gift, be ever burne upon
the balde'screat; the is returns not with
Its skillRIDg glOSB Hildlumed, DOF itS Rul*
ple *fulds unsorn and unsoiled; but its
sinche-stained and tuttered fragments at-
test the daring gallantry n ith which it was
borne, and the steady courage with which
It was defended And yet again, and still
in the gentle names of those for whom 1
speak, I charge you Lbat you forges not,
an the bottest passion of use strife, the
mercy due to the yielding foo, nor so tarn-
ishe, wub a single crueltact, the flag which
~
rowing hearts on pang of can eef or e sor
itemenaber hat future herself weeps with

b r n a set so anu sil

the elemental war is endisd on as

THE SURRENDER IN TEXAS.-T le San
As to (' dx 11 of el 2 ul it

pertyM,9ven up to t tate by Gen Togge:

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uset...ne., ...o. .rs user 0:see
a ..r a c. o

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Exe no Le of public bn dings, o le

r eG vies a ica at or neh
cost its value su Texas being much grea-
ter, and worth to tWe State as least a mile
lion and a half of domers.

THE Sourman FLAG IN VIRGINIA.-
A large crowd assembled on Friday even-
I
Onl 3 rl8eventeenthbastr8e it s a d. e
They pulled down "the stars and stripes,,,


unsulbiuPplace of in th secession flag,
au great en 14usiasm
manifeated On the mine evening a large
and beautiful Southern Rights flag was
hoisted in the streets of Petersburg. It is
adorned with seven large blue sta leav
blunk t rs, -
in sh it in he centre for Virginia, .
plsop in 0 6pe peatedn twill on take her


peacef u hy, we So
.... . .. c.,,...n.... ..ne u rrom y.>u by force; in which emie you,
no on....mi ng enexpipdulates me.joy. Dot We, 55111be akes.ggresors. This means
Jd equ...1,,.mn all usugin .. ....6 a <"*ERCI**Its fall. 0111[. WAR, ,and nothing
i. only to p...apan.J 011 else-N I heuBook.

denator Douglas will address the Senate on ExovasroN Tair To Eunors.-A Com-
his resolutions to-morrow, and will-balls co- urittee of Arrangements, composed of one
casiontolay maintains are the only terms on which present each State of the Confederacy., .1ins been
cofoplicationsean be solved. They are as fol- formed to organize an excursspo trip by
f lowL: steamer from Savannah to Antwerp, he

wi in r to Ime ee d teaCo t i Is** e 9 Is a3 a en w
and being them back into the Union. mittee consist of F. 8 arto f G
2d. The recognition of their independence, L. K. Keith of South Carolin T N.
an a commerci 1tb a with them. followed by rs n of da I n,

amilitaryoccupation- Alabama, WalicyP. Harris, ofilississippl.
These Mr. Douglas considerethethree horns and Mr. C. G. Baylor, of exas, who wil
oftisedilemms. He believe the Arst the best continue for some time in Mobtgotne
au the usetheworst. Alabama. to attend to all communication
Couarnismoners Forsyth and Crawford have in relation to freights, passy and m tifs
receivedsuchassurancestrom high sourses of Thisexcursionwilmiltsixo opr.8Jobh
use pacific intentions of the Administration in merchaniq a-favorable opportuniffli in
refere'ncefothe southern farts, that at present they will make no officid demand pending move- trannah Repub an.
mentsidokingconnusenation orFortsuinter
They will remain quiet, as theininstructions are BAD03IENS -Yes or my a sw
understood to contemplate a sacrifice of forms r okes <> sisian ab dr ti n
and eli nee h en a omein d to the Sen:ste

tar Brigadier General p'ace of General an ong the other devices had li & mi ted.
iggs. Also after stagthig, Mr. Linearn's Sar
No order has yet be asued for the evacu.1 br


^smsover, March 14.-The Senate to-day ,assior e.I sp.... be I'aursal one of the InI.
refused to take up .11<. Doughea's resolarising re- itude-e..e., war, ornamphr a twr 2

e yr I Govee amentmwark re 4 a .1 1 ka a .*,
The following rpsolution was adoPt'^ linally an advantassau man e isabed to the
KREAs, The atALS Of$eudors 808jam 8, O top 0( [ig ggag 448 yead 1749 E 1 -
La., Brown and Davis, of.Miss., Glay, of Ala.. omen standard, replaced it who aE entire
Toombs, of Ga., and Mallory, of Fla., having flag of Lhe Union
beconseracaul, allel AS refary be directed to JEXlbilt .: vi-Tiler ORS*

emit their names from the roll of the Senate, ton Teloffsph of tily 5th says:
Mr. Corwin has deadline the Mexican Mis The entire vote now theard froni:is abdut
sion. 32,61**>. <.-1 assau.. the.neonasion.;tiekelyfits
The pupreme Conet has decided the celebra- ab >ta "'ib-N. 1he totil lose in the neveral '
ted Gaines casein favor of Mrs. GeneralGaines countles, in.August, for .Worney General,
11 th I d. Was 31,000. One total vote in the whole
on a is poin a re a he dThe secession of Lou- State, on t' at election, was 68,000. From

ana w not e neigion, as provision presentindicatious, thestoral 4ow in the
een in to oidinace for such cases. Into election for secession will reach 60,000,
bloircowcar, March 18.-The Tarif Act has from wh:eb the necession ticket hks reed ed
been made public. It is to go into operation about 50,000. So great uminanisty he
on the Arst of May. Compared with the Tarif never before been seen in any etectibli in
Act of the United States, mostuf the 80 percent. thia State.
duties hire been rdducedto 25 per cent. Arti-
oles admitted at24 and 19 per cent. under the THE SournsnN M tr I.s -Time* Montgo.
TariKof 1857 willbe admitted t lif per cent ery correspondent of use Columbus ?annes
There is e large 10 per cent s edule and fi very Col. Reagan, the new Pubtmalff$r-Gener

The Convention ofjhepeople of Alabienia fo. al, is busily engaged hw arrmain: po- I al
day ifiedrthePermanen fonatitution, a the a as and Li MF.61e. I cle flo

JAMESON, aloading co-operationist, topl(4 hol4 for many yeara n P..4 offloa Clerk thridshrs
positioix in favor of its ra ification. Jan Or.s- Goru the weed ag St 10.6 now engaged m
Maxe has been appointed si 'll..jor arth. anal.4 the Postotlies raare His object *Is to 44:

maN I g of the special interest transpired ippg due rla : ig[ p ble f*main-
durang the open session of the constest today. .
A recess is daily expected, and will certainly NORTH GARome(A EldECTIOR Rikit
be praise rl-ar.r.g she week Preandes.c Conn .half be seen, ort-reference to our fabular oth i6
centre shouse.-carse.ne conventione spurs a that brain
op it.psthegeneransase@alitalitaids

.anness. 5 a 16 pro 4

a : ramens han gone to crur n eerati no
sorgia. Majority for Convention

ing8 as luA e de e at ntd seT r b
di atchesopC 1. o mah Ser, as gd na maj sy chr

of our readers who doubt that Arkansas doubt been carried galDSL B 00700 On b
will come out of the I.Tnion: sniall majorines We think we
LIrries Rocx, March 8. ranted so saying to our readen cha Cn

go b2me neUolee n: Arks an e as, rehban ordered.-UAar tie
lay for decency, or we would go on on
are oin to before ce em v
instant says
T oN R Li oth a mm no l ar h


speeches are $his, and nothing else: ossessio:s of by 200 Te/
The lroadestday of my life [appinuse]- tPriendly Indians. nos ana s ed by
feel it here [vociferous cheeringj-can's
express (great excitement] we are all bred- THE 10
ren ('-lisat's sol"]-facigned with travel- AN.-Itis said that propositiony
and hoarse with speaking l"Go on."J A will be made from New Orienna to take
great coupery, you are the people [deafen the entire fifteen millides least of the ifon

gn me ermit me to retire (im. federate 85ases as an intereq af 4qq 4
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" By cash paid Mosely.
" 1 co man) oityidaer. 85 8.76
Reyes for work and
oan p 86 7.051.11 94
R. 8er n -
him in leaving the

Feb, h B 87 15.00
IonT et rr 1 mg
Pump. 38 4.10
By ca hp aioity erkb94.17

for extra writing for
quarter. 40 5.00
fronsh1paid Isabolala
lowance. 41 4.00
lai I '%ildo ac 42 4.00
By cash paid Mrs.
12 Mitchelher month's
,aldswanw.paidLeoos- 43 4.00
dia Gomes her month's .
'st o s paid city clenk 44 4.00
for xesumg.24 commie- .

tb$ ee f hq .45 7.20




0881 paid Thog. 47 2.00
Crosby for whitewashing
iry perso6ps d School 48 21.00
fund foi hire of lower
part of school Build.
ing for quarter end.
ingthis day. 49 18.00 112.77


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L ** y ge or 1 or stre cru ( ,rd.L
0.@ vi land s, liar 11 o angs 1' L 21cmer I

Admidefrator.
March 28th JS



IX monih...r u to shall presour mh
Iacase ex John Itr date lapo. ohns own
hdues caos tyoanil an ee aAmes
discharged from the- administratio.x of said
Estate.
JOHN BEARD, Executor,
March 8, 1861.




IX Months after date I irill present m Anal
Accounts and Voubhdrs asAd ninstr lot of
eMo ,oobs of a o 1 k
Ar a final discharge f em i n a ion.

dnal r.
31areh2 1861.


CULT OF FLO EDA, PDTN tM CUIJNITibil
Ill Chancerf*
Robinson Cooper, Bill for Divorce.

Mary Cooper.
T having been made satisfactorily to appear
by affidqvit that the defendant is residing
in the Buwinuee Cireide within the State of
Florida, It is ordered that said defendantdo

p1pa% t ofTcod itheo adr ie d rn
pro confesso will be taken thereon against her,
and it is further ordered that a cerrified copy

m pe tr w hinson n
I, John C. McM a CPeUPNo h uit
Court Eastern Circuit of Floridado hereby cer-

y f rthe foregoifil ral4tefeouarndant I
the original is now on file in my office this 14th
day of Feb. 1861.
JOHN %erMcMILL. N, Cle uty.
St. Augustine, March 1, 1861. 2m


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IN CIRCUIT COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA ST. JOHN'S COUNTY *

Elozabech New InnChancery.
vs. Bill for Divorce.
John H Newman. )
ILLofoomplaint being filed in this Case
anditappearing to the Satisfaction of the
CourtthattheDefeudantJohn H. Newmhn re-
des out of the State ofFlorilla: On Motion of
A. F. Braham Solicitor for Complainant, It is
ORDERED that a hearing of the facts Charged
Inside BHl 3f inplaNei Ru e y t j 1
Month, and that the said Defendant do appear
and plead answer. ordemur to said Bill of Com-
'an oire asPs sa/el)eereewall
Defendanthad appeared and was present in
coury Is s...ai:. 0..had us... .. c..cy as the
aboveOrder D.*4-All h J1.-. ..ur.> fthis.; sh.
paper in this State, for the space of four months
before the day appoiuAtedPror a llerin
IDavid R Dunham Clerk of SaidTiredit
Omntdo h by Certo ith dtheCfore 11 is



DAVIDR. DUNHAM, Clerk.
Mareh21861. Am


T)Y Virtue of the Power in mevestedby Law,
_DI have levied upon and shall otter for Sitle
frno C vt dtada noflS m r nextAiu
gustine, between the usual hours of Sale.
A flouse and Lotin George Street assessedto
A. W. Walker, bounded North by Lot of Thos.
D. Lowther, East, by said Street, South by
LotofBarnardo Segui, and West, by Maria
Sanchez Creek.
an se es a o rp iQ b or dheMd
of Sale. A. D. ROGERi'
Rhff. & Ez. Off.
Tax Asseessor and Collector of St,. John's
County. ]Raich 2 1861.


Tony allies ofthellorthern IIhid wo-Ferheart
and hand,
But if they scorn ourfeietidship, then the I hn.
nor and theibrand.

Honor to the new born nation ? honor to the
brave!
Aeountryfreedfrom thraldom, or a soldier's
hotiordid grave
Everyrookshrillbe a tombstone, every vblet
fun reif,
And theiffrader, should he conquer, fund the
conqulfared in the dead

But victory shall follow wb re the sons of free-
dougo,
As th a palfor the eq ethe the death-knell
ofthifok; .
Andhalleowed obe the sacred spot where they


Andathe stars that risea yonder shall never'
_
Blo0katle of libe Santhern Ports.

tha oo 186 I learnt
: a r,
Wilidially notified the American Govern-
ment that Great I rifyip will not recognise
a blockade of the44thern ports, unless it
is .thorough arid cifectual, .and ,that the
mere anoonnecusepts of a blockade, in no-
cordainee wills cho tgesty of Paris, -wall not
1se.recognized. .
In orderto. make the blockade of the
Southern ports Lhus complete, the Ameri-
can Government must hate vessels.enous
sp.blockede every port, otherwise the
Writish Governmept will-feel LIncusselio
compelled, us accordqupwith their engage.
5*$& ft
restriction and carry on Chelf edsumerce
wid( the Southern ports ad if no ilucti
Aluckndebadbeenanusuneed.

tio a I jud tha it -s also to on


Fu beatr Powers, in consequence at the
peculiar relations they have with the milii

.s go cene Ir at a absen /
acuvrdance with use poisey adopted by the
I'rquals*and English governments

THE 11EQ1GNATIONS.-The folidwing
resignations as seported at (be Navy De
apartment :
Capt. Nathan G. Evans, U. 8 Cavalry,
South Carolina.
Liept Samuel W. Fe uson U. 8
Dragoons, South Carolina. rg ,
Lieut. George A Cunningham, U. S.
Cavalry Georgia.
Lieut. liorace:Randall, U. 8. Dragoons,
Tennessee.
Capt Orawford Fletcher, U. S. Infantry,
Tennessee-

Te leut. Thomas Jones, U. 8 lufantry,
The President had determined to strike
the.nause of Gen. Twiggs from the roll of
the army, on the ground of treason.

HENRY War's STATE-Kentuck3F
seems to be promicently on the carpet just
w as as has given birtNo many of the
figuring la rams of the re
end Ameriansk Revolution: Presidon(

e 3 enue *
ygggy .-g pgg
BreditoridgewashorntoFoftstlia'conihy,
in 1820 unsor Crinonden, she great
coespromiser, was born in Woodford conn
ty 18 1786. James Guthrie, the Chair
man on .Coinpromise Resolutions in the
Peace Confereal:e, Was .born in Nelanu
cond), in 1896. Joseph Holt the war-,
ike Secretary of War, is a native of Breek-
furidge county. Major Anderson was bore
in Kentalisky ni 1805. General Harney,
Mr. Prestori, Alipister to Spain, and Sena-
sor Sebastiso are ileo Kentuckians.-E
Y. Day.Book.

THE COLORED POPULATION IN THE
80UTH.-A wriler in a Nashville paper has
compiled the proba'ole number of free col-

oredk a now in the slave Stateswhich
is 5,000, distributed as follows:
Maryland 80,000,Varganta 60,000, North
CaroliDa80,000, Delaware 20,000, Louis.
inna 20,000, Kentucky 31,000, District of
Columbia 17,000, South Carol 10,000
Tennessee 8,000, Georgia 3,00 Mississip
pi 3,000, Alabunas 8,000, Florida 1,200,
MissourI 1,200, Texas 1,000, Arkmas
000.

stir" Up to the 20th instum, ninety men
had been recruited in Memphis, Tenp.,-tor
the South Carchus army.


as Collector's Sale.
Y Virtue of the Power in me vested by Law,
-un All h ieddudpon a shall offer foro Sale
the Court House in the City of St..Augustin ,
i tr u as a et 0
yesi' 1860, a id Los is bounded n the East, by
the8BayM8ae h by Lot of T. Helpalis; Ad
Un1 si the 'Iknes and Expenaga thereon art
paid befer D MG 18 Shff.:AFEz, Off.
Taic Assessor and Colleptor.of St. Johi p
county. 196/69V 11ier.

*Fax Co or.8
T ThrilYoidiliP 11. .9 vothle]v Law
1hareJavacupowanales oraribrnb
-;", 's ,fu us ad* 's :
betw.-, a me a val t..>un t Sale .t Lor tr.
Alarin St. ..t ..s....:.1 i., TO lial.rms, su. .rs.:
1860, said Lot.is boundedliortly by Lot of Mare
garet Cole, East, by the Bay, Kind Wesit, by
Marin Street. L
Unlissa the Taxes and Expenses thereon are
paid before the day of Sale,
A. D. EOGERO, Shif.& Ex. Off.
Tax Assessor and Collector of St John's
County. March 21861.
-

NOTICE.
LAND OPTICE ,
Sr. AvousnxaEAST FLORIDA, Peb. 223861*

da n 1 & e$eb any f .
18tio, for settlement and cultivation, under the
graduation act of August 4, 1864, have beeiz
received at this office, and the purchasers are
increby notified to come forward immediately and
make the required proofof"settlement and cul.
b1evado an receir die r pecti apate
time the patentspwill be returned to the General
Land Office, and witchen be liable to be can.
called for non-performance of the conditions of
settlement and cultivation contemplated by the
graduation not of August 4, 18 >4,
J. MESFA .d eglis .

March a 1881. Sw.


9 $*9

5. PAFY PrOprietOr.


Argone improvements calculated to render its
stilanore acceptable to the numerous guest
-
es c 1 led tirichdheir Pat
During the Summer Months alterations and
additions have been made materially increasing
esp ity and conv ienceseopr peri t tas
re-fornidard all the rooms thoroughly and com.
plelely with the bestand most elegant furniture
selected by himself in the City of New York
without regard to bspense, and with a view to
render the "FLORIDA HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
FL 2Tj i gOU mos1tadvantaigion
City, and at the same time commanding an
d airable retirement, as well as exemptioil from
bleak winds in winter. The rooms are large
and provided with fire places: the house is
en on I it8hd eija teenfour inp tee
so as to furnish a delightful promenade gren in
bn I w .eious grounds and gardens the var-
inus roses, shrubbery and fruits of this climate
are for lb qwingin rf I on furnished with
all kinds of ganie this market gifords.

po ee.e 1 3atijn aTooa 1 be found
The Proprietor devotes his time and efforts
Iof das a 1 is an s e
Thankful for thp liberal patronage h thqrto
extended to his house, he trusts to meric its
consan .n..e.1881 --



pi go

A few boarders can be accom
modated with the necessary
Rooms' filel, lights and some-
thing Substandal by calhng on
cheSubscriber, Corner of Treasus y Lane.
C. L. RIDGELY,
Dec. 8 1860.

Family Flour *

AT 1 dfDxWhi Extra for Famdly use
only 5 blls. Romainit B. E. CARR.
t. 22-18ti0. '5'
KING'S MOUNTAIN MHalTARY
SCHOOL*
TORKVILLE, S C.
The Institution is modeled after
the South Carolina Military Acade-
nries, of which the Prmespals are
zattnClass al course is added. For
31.0. 11. JENKINS. Principals.
D CAPT. A. COLYARD.
comber 1 1860. w.

FLINT CORN. .
00 Bags for Hominy. Cow Pe a Cfor t le
Nov. 17.


Wh6 Godgofth4 liotth.
ar a. m. Axerason, or marrocar.
Anotherstarisisen-anotheritag.unfurled:


An Atinacrib8edamagtheanatdrantof
dentee.
Asid again a burd.aned people have uprsran a d
arethn.
The e irits of the fathers in the children liveth
yet, ..
give the olds blood which hath dimmed

And thetathers fought for freedom and the sons,
for tree.Is.m fight
T sear God .s.na wal.use.r farhers, and is still the
Godofright .
oldthe.akies are darkened! a gloomy oloud
habh]swered !
Shellitbreak in happy peacefulness, or spread
iterageabroad!
Shall we have the smilessof friendship, or feel

And metl 71r h hand of war to meet the
inaukingfoo.

In peacefulness we wish to Inve but not an ala-


? The lateSt IV0WS ?






LINCOLN 8 POTIC .-The Montgomery
Mail anys that a gentleman now in the city
has favored hini with the perusal of a par
tion of a private letter from a friend in
Chicago, who had foodities for learning
Lincola's views of the crisis as expressed
by himself while in that city. 170 con-
dense front the @tter as follows.
By the middle ofApril the first battle
will I are boua touglat. Lincolu's policy
In admP fl sies s.> us out to arouse tb South beliar4 he is fully prepared to negoti-
go.withtheboderatitesandthensionce
to blockade size Southern poets, cut" off all
mak 1 facilities allel trade with foreign
countled. Then is to be no compr.maise,
no ounecasions. -'t tria is at .. },1. If >.us or


Jonw 1.. razz.I.zes cITY TREA-
BURER IN ACCOUNT WITH
THEGITYOF8T.AUGUSTINE.


Nov151' mranar v n $ e $ ots
1 and.o f 835 49)
conse frommG. C. G "
(6 moths.) 8.00
poj mtuorc.Fingais rs. 5.00
Dec. ?. To amt of Fine im-
as 7po codat f i Leonardy. 5.00
I amupotnM R.r Mickler. 5.00
p paup
ijeturned by order of 8.00
J. 2 receiverl3 .mh
as Reven ft markets
to j reo'd from Jas B 11.28
Ponce as I revenue from 16
to26No. 7.73
2c8et of
ft m 1 by foury II
Nolgan b ing a Fineaud
willan irals 0.(50



.40 8 To am[ of She mpose
,, on Benj Wright. 5,00
nd not to
2c6tT Marshal.) dfrom Ja 21.48
Po Iree ve Alarshale
nee Ly on
account of Taxes for the
*** s ifFine imposedon25,93
city Marshaltheta Jan isel. ].oo
Feb. 14. To annaof IFeveuned 17.31 144.48

470.97
Cr. By Amb of Expenditures 334.21
Balance in hands of Treas.
Examined and approved this 15th day of
February, A. D. 1861.
M \NCllEZ, 1 m. on
nance.


SHORTEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA.
Leaves Charleston ewbrf Tuesday
Afterhoon, at 8 o'clock.

Via.E On faP t at lliand.
ings on the Sk Johns If ver.
THE STEAMER


'

CARO li tN A,
CAPT. T. 3. I.00KWOOD.
ILL leav South n art s alave, rt 4
o'Clook.
inRotu8nix en@co k1 .u 1, a :
ville, Friday. A. M., ernandina, Friday, 8
P. M.,larriving he Cha stop at A. M., on

47- PISSAGE
Ferr.an on $4 1) '
J .A on P..Ialks. I
DJ TAYLOR*
H L. OL[


NE W UL $,
-:[ta ]:-
Southern mail closest this Post Offree Wed-
nesday's and Saturday's at 8 A. -M. .Northern
mit I cl as Monda 'ls and Thu sy'sa 94 -

day's by 10 P.- M. 41se NorIhern plail due
Thursday and Sundays by61 F. M.

Daily Excent Sunday's froth 9 A. M. to 12
II. and from 3 P, Ms to 5 P. M.
do i her hO 0 1 11 0 ope done hout* or
L NDREU. P. M.


CITAftL'l"STON, Alarek Tb -$'be PIODtlig
Ballery was lim:shed lo-d -g and a sahne of
seven glitia qted in honor of the seven
States of the Confederney, in the presence
of a large crowd of people*
.....
CALBOUN IN1839.-M John W. Co-
well writes to the London Exyndner that
in 1889 Calhoun thus spoke to hans of the
Northerners:
*"We Southerners,' he would say, 'know
nothing, and wish to know -nothigg of
these men. I turn the back of my hand to
thens (holding it up towards the North.)
We are English in hears, in education, in
habits. iii ibberests; why will not your Gov.
ernment send fitting men to us in the
South to learn the truth; you are our natu-
ral allies and confederates, not these men--
ye support them, indeed-they depend
upon us-indeed they leau upon us with a
weight which we are determined, as one
man, to shake off, aliens as they are to il,
sh all residects, socially, productively and
politically; union with than much longer is
impossible."'

Becession in Virginia.
Ricanoise, March 15.-The city of
Petersburg to-day gave one hundred and
seventeen majority for secession, against a
majorityofsix hundred and twelve for
Union in February.
,
310NTGuilERY, March 10.-CORgress has
confirmed the tidiowing nominations for
DistriccJudges: A.G. hingrathfordoutis
Carolina; II. R. Jackson, fo/ Georgia; Wil-



Louisiana; John IIcuspisill, fo Texas; Jesse
J. Male), for Florida
Congress also confirmed McQueen Me.
Intwis as District Judge of Admirdity at
Key West, Florida; D. R. 11chbard, of
Alabama, as Couinsissioner of Indian Af
fairs; Alexander B. Clisherall, as Register
he treasury) an alling Unker, of
Georgia, ina Auditor of the Treamiry-
Owngresawillancetagain to-night.

1YAsurNdros, Maich 15.-Mr.Douglas
delivered a powerful speech in the Senate
to-day, in which he showed conclusirbly
that the Government had neither law nor
power to collect the revenue at the South
11+ matulained it could not be done ex
cept by empturing all the ports, which
would require an anny of 280,900 men,
and du hunw.il expendituse of $31ti,000,-
000. Besi es an arnly of 30,000 aned
would be requined to protect Washington.
t is. understood that slihi estimate was
furnished by Gein. Scott,
-----'
. W4salitatoit. March 17.-It is not.#ot
ar. rained 11..[ any order has been passed
resideigh aluakenesf-Jewegtud 09
(Facuppupa-oOSuiltSumba ithievent.
bopeser, which is at II cou.iderdd "ifanual
ble and iboS to occill' %om circulualances
b d EEeyou ecuqive control; but fiem what
is actually known a formal surrender of the
at is not antici ated
R P -
The Cabinet yesterday had a, long coc.
ference on the question of collect the
revenue on the coasts of the seceded States,
and it is understood on good authority
thap it was decided as impracticable and
unwise to attempts it at the present time.

MONTGOMERY, 31nroth 10.-The Con.
gress of the Confederate States adjourned
to-night, to meet again on the second
Monda in Ms .

ILESIGNED.-The 11un. 1 G. Clemson,
now of Missouri, (the son in law of John
O. Culboun,) has tendered to a se Secretary
of the Interior his resignation of the posi-
Lion of Chief of the Agricultural Bureau of
the I atent OSice, which he has fdled so
ably and so much to the satisfaction of the
country for some time past.


.
$322.54


11.87
S384.21


JOHN LOTT PHILLIPS REAS-
VRER IN ACCOUNT WITH
SCHOOL FUND OF ST. AUGUS.
TINE.

Nov8 Toamtbrough over
b -
ot e 'n
.om hire of lower
part of school building
lb i no me r.) 18.00
2
cr. By Treasurer's Com. 0.73)
Receipts $18.00@2) p. c. 45
Tobalanceonhapad. $29.28)
Examined and Approved 15th Feb. 1861.
JAMES R. SANCHEZ, 1 Com. on
garch 16,8186 .0 GERO J Finance.




*


1880. FJBSTQUARTER. 7011011. ,S C 8. $ COB.
Nov Sti Byesiahpaid Thos 8
Eells for Lamps &c., for
Dec ouncil.cash paid city 1 4.98
Marshal for whipphis
Powel by order of.11sypr. 2 2,00
** 5 Ily cash paid for main
to 0 ty Pauper. 3 6.00
% 1 611 oni 3Lar-
ag no
it I kleon Leonardy 4 5.00
** 13y cash paid GE Llant-
bias for negro a services
on comanutes on weights
.. ."T not if*eiti Thos 8 Eeels5 8$
Staionerybill. 6 4.88
14 JiyenshpaidcityCseek
his month's salary. 7 4.17
a Operwh-paid le=rbulls
Thyme her monthly al-
'lowane sh paid Leoeadia 8 4.00
comewhermanthlyallow-
cash paid Felicia LW


( ol. nan.) his month y
allowance. 11 3 10

en q3841 er 1 r 2 22.00
for cleamug market. 18 2.00
a By cash paid Marshal
tain ary fromG No
820permonth 14 13.82
13. By eash paid for
wood and nothing up
for council. 15 5.50.
"By cash paid James .
B Ponce for services as
g go(14,6 top
month. 10 6.52
** 11y cash paid Jas B
Ponce half of Fine im.
posed on Cassentero
* ansh aid ThosS 17 2.50
Eells for Gobblets
naw wanelist.paid Mrs. Ig gg
.Genovar for stones to
re ae .1e.solano10 8 00
for hauling 10 loads of
so meeash paid age. 20 1.2697.88

AugustaneExaminern
for ni en ci 21 1,75
1801. Jan. 1. By ensh paid
Jas R sanches for hire
or a negro-meon
kinging lahtng re ,; cr at
,, tzh.gh-.&a.&o. 22 28.44 .
sh on Feil
posed on CD dogui. 28 2,50
** By cash paid Andreu for subscrip-
tion to his paper for use
as sof council for tim year 24 2.00
By eash paid Joseph Ma*
:nucy for acting scavenger
from 14 Doo. 1860 to 5
Jan. 1861. 25 6.10
14 By enalipaideity clerk
,, *Is mornh'sa d Irstbella 20 4.17
Thym her month's 81-
lowance. 27 4.00
" By cash paid Leocadia
Gomes her month's al-
lowance 28 4.00
goeN1e utPs .
lowance. 29 4.00
" By cash paid Rogers
and others for work
done city. 80 22.15
** ** By cash paid Jos Ma-

ur itfor hauling sand 81 1.00
a ** By cash paid Benj.
Wright being Finer*
united. 32 5.00
an By cash paid city Mar-
shal month's salary. as so.co
'Al sh on d3-
kets to date. 84 2.co


Otiet.
IX mondas after date I shalf apply to the
Judge of ProbateofSt. Johns County Flori-
t fM Y a f a ut
deceased.
D. L. YULEE.
Adminis ator.

RJLoothinesemitsers .Ja, a 4
1950 th I
.....-

SHALL WHITE. MEN ROLE
AMERICA)




T HE WE KLY :D A.Y.B O OR


NorwarasiLNDING th4 St m
hro h n r 1' a crie
during the month of January, 1801, an increase
ovei the correspondits mouth of last year,-
Th llublicmlindus)en on I dia Angthegreat
r m ....jinyoul.ac.ug acan so on

u ?
thaHe fund ne ( own ch
.
tu@ DAY-BOOK holds that th/ overn-
mentof Watts 313cs, and that (94) ori of so
cial and politicist position for the negro race,
azul ouCs ority for thee hite race,1sdhe nann
IE 1 dA Gd Lto us n .
should read it. Demoebits, Constituti nal
ms se t do thatOsomad applia eloircula

ples will never be put do n- ep pr no -
11 El K o 6
ded,'ma g it a BUS1 ESS, thiLLY AND
a t aNo d rA2ethill clina in
pubM ed
..is IN AbvAND
NE10 1 r anna ,S
I 1. OPILS der (5 0)
Talsifty stal .. 1 ^2000).
-LilSqR OF ERSC.2b re
r... a. 2 a .s. :. ** s- 0 4.1 rua liars for
a n......r.coe-- a .... erns a emi. co y onettra.
We make this offer that obe:pallier may' be 16
produced at every post-odice, feeling conSdant
that most persons who read tfor a abore time
wid take it, 884 8 their a girt8 ofatill further
increatie its eircu ation. This oRor, however,
buly applies t hence, the first who sends will holentitled to the
gratia.copy. After adub of five utformed, or
,where actub isalreadyformed, additions can al.
'=-'"""'"I'l"'t&="'-Tit 2
free.:
Payment is reqifired inverialilj In A'ovxxon,
and the paper is always discontinued al to
expirationofthe LiHas of advance payment,-
Specimum couple 8 FREa. -0abseripsions usu
When drafts enate obtained they are ad r
than temend bills. But when money is rekst-
ted by Postmasters, or Posunasters are mada
acquainted with the contents of letters sent, san
they can certify, in case, they are lost, that the
mone kwas certainly enclosed and sent, it is at

OLERGYMEN and TEACHERSwillhereafter
be furnished the WEEKLY DAY-BOOK fo( UNE
DULLAR per year. the lowe 0 embraces.
All orders enould be addressed as followi,
ginag post alice, county and state la f .8:-
1 AN kilk.
Mar.h 21801.


Of 4


( u~nsu 's'' C~ommissio s.)


e

S"r""a a wz
the Judge of Probate of St. John's County as
Executor of the Estate 6f LADESLADAREYES
e laCc is jc o as t the skme
R. B. UANOVA,
January 51861. Executor.








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88tS & C IS.
FALL F.dSHIONS ARE O TIT.
Brokelooseearryingaway
the spare obange like a
memilesushowmane IInt 5 he
can attord it, and every body must know all
about the various kinds of Hats in order to
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing
from a stove-pipe down to a obeese, with Broad
Brims, Short BrimsRound Brims and no
Britus at all, Deaver Casimer Plush and velvet
Morphy Pikes Peak lipopy Serpbrero, Januty
Plug Ugly Swp)1 Head Ventilators, Regulators
arnom N al paynd act everh[thi ver we
sh ys slept in hts has. So hurrah o Lhg


HAVANA






( NET 8 O NER )
AS on handeveryleadingBrandaf thed
Haiv i= ..-xi*=< in.* -


JOSEPH V. HERNANDEz 9
MERCHANT TAILOR,

no D put tula h a

lo la se8ya ye phy ng msel at
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown ClothsblackDoe
Skhs, and Fancy Cassiapers, Vestings, Neolc
All orders executed is the best style of work.
manship, for cash only.

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE,
800 Acres situated about 6 miles from St
Au imiine Fl. ,Mandoneimi e a biozft

bered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
is sidapte Ito Use cultivation of any erops grown
in the southern country. Also 80 acres of Land
.situated bout 1 es south afdSt. pu1st ne;

agestine, July 14, ? PEREMIRA,


arr


Prospectua of the Daily and Weekly
Observer.

7 Lh ate de
p of a been
a tiegs a nkr em m id
a dail in this oity, that we find it
absol necesAery to commence the p -
)ication the DA LY OBSERVERING
THE FIRST RATOP THE ENSU
ju0NTR, SEPTEMBER. It will always
sealously, but respectfully, co-operate with
the Democracy of Florida la maintaining
the principles of the party within its limits.
All State interests and whatever will add

The ititerests of our beautiful and grow-
ing eity will be looked 4ftel Milk flonstant
Bolicitude
Let it be distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER irill always contain the very
latest news of the day, reports of market
and carefully selected matter of value and
purity for the family circle. Particular
attentionwillbe giventomattersand thingS
& Florida
occurring in Alabama an *

DAH.T OBilr.RV R. Me)
250
,act to a
ng ge
missional (J icentonalim L..: IlluEs-
mittedtDUS.
MAROON & JONES.
Pensacola, Aug. Ed, 1860.

YU G ME.Tdv o in cro ede of-
eats ofself*abuse, can be surely and y anen-
f restored by using
The Concentrated Cure !
A CURTATM Air} POWERTUI. BEstEDY FOR P EAE-
sess or was
rammarave wears.
hispreparedby
Ax smsnarr raratoJAN or rule corr'
Anthaslong been known here as

That would e y L 01 a 1 restore to
aNaturalStateofHealthandVigorpersons
weakenedbyexcessorby
THE INDISCRETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH.

A Up a E UL
DY.
thg afilicted are iprited to try it.
IT WILL SURELY CURE,
Sandforacireddefirstreaditcarefullyand
thenyourill son e.me ca .
PRICE PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
Oube sent by maiL Onerialwilllashamonth.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
5, ORUGER, Aawr,
life. Y&S Broadway, A Vj
f or BsIs by JJrarggest Everywhere,$ .
..._..:0;

''qUACKERYEXPOSED."
A raluableMedical Treatise on disease and
weakness ofthe BEXUAL ORdkNS, by
AFRIBED TOTILISPROPLE.
For Sale asal ive. Pricel2 Cents.
go Ty.

nw roax runos



T. H. ORAMBERB'|

PIANO FORTES.

:ESTABIJsHED IN 1898
f,][, Chalallers. FIRRO Idilllll"


(FormerlyDa & AM, and Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.)
Wa:rerooms in the "Bible House '
<[:or. Sthatreet t,4th Avenne*
NEW YORK .OITY.
Thiefs eb le laceto p whPase.MtOrdere
fiction naranteed,
b. B-Sendforacircularwith descriptioney
etyles undeckedule of prices.
March31-1800. Sm.
-...
THE NEWSPAPER OF THE
SOUTH,"
O @%II Ofilife
gives the latest and most, reliable political, com-
"""8"$"!!""'?.1""?.'"""afilillif;

x.u( Ps"y"g-'":J}',t""1"':::
fileMOWS Of the80Rth fee61VOS
spedal anention.
Talideally,1he MadroprisWDfratheBtaleg
Egh.us reer.LBDa'0 clahAlsDI, had radWO(.Mil Use
s-mon of the Bouthern States in maintaintag
(heir security.
Daily Meremy, 1 year is advance; $10,00
'['ri-Weekly " 5,00
No paper sent unless the eash aerompanter th.
^ R B. RHETT, Jr.*
Nov. 10 1860 Charleston 8. d.




a "nj st 1 cafti Id ring. The
Nov. 18. 1960, G. C. GIBBS.
PAINT AND OILS.

Uti"PDMn b ad, I er1 3tai
Party, Chrome Gre in, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
ited, Prussian Blue, Paint Brushes.
Sept. 16- B. E. CARR.
-------

PAULDI DELVED.
use, Choice a forl to imqediata
onVanills,0rangeRospberry,8trawber
Almond mdso Paregoric, Elizur of O unn
ang t, Bay Eum, Seidlets
a , GWe1, a or Qil,
M. E. CAR$


TEPT ONE PAGEACE.
TIST ONE PA cN Tc
Tasr on PAmany
TEST ONE PACKAGE
Every Druggistand Country Merchant should keep
pr6ouQ 1 fa as t only om
ejan .q iq m use us urabe
For sale in St. Augustine by

April14 1860-
- -
13 I.s TES '
skygnr evy-man pr
I off, go Mg 1 (4
,
Bliss Dyspeptae

Remedy has the lar-

(051 SRIO Of any Ille-
dicine in the world.

I 0 0, 000 packages
Sold in Georgia and


oou 't en I

IS warranted to

cure if directions

&FO (OilOWed, ARY

ORSE Of JSpepsIa,

LIV 0 7 .OISORSO,

a 8 8 8
Debili Pal t &*

tion, Chronic Diar-
rhina, Giddiness,

Depressed Spirits,
OSS of Appetite,
-
"r
Buck. It is specid-
ad ted to F *

usale complaints; it

prOd uces Rotund.

ity Of FOUR IR FO**
IRales Of a Thin and

Spare Habit.

Every invalid
should try one

88
was way yes art
a TV. DARD 4/U.
PROPRIETORS,
$SS IlroadWay, NOW York*
For ask is St. Augustins by
9 g
April 14--1860.
7OYS / 7078 I /
I variety at Toys for the o 3


K ERO 8 & NEOILI
THENEWYORKKEROSENEGIL00.
(Eamazasan 1854.)

m osu shP an a tagemdKor tT2
new enabled toolferit to the Tradest
A REDUCED PRICEs
The attention of customers is respectfully
ealledto the subjoined table, the resultofa
photometrical ozamination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, chemist, and dated Feb 8,
185t$.


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN*
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM'
a a a, aa ig y ,
808 Broadway, New York,
After May lee, 1860 at 501 BROADWA7, two
doorefrom the St. Nicholas Hotel'
The stereoscope is the most instructive, an-
terestingneyterts ning, amusing, and exciting
No "
intel eearetooyoungttnonetoooldo 1
lodge ts worth and beauty,
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere .
It presents to your view every part of the


Photographers are everywhere exfloripg
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of th
grand and the beautiful,7andthe results of their
a)a so appkiptly en81 chi1 our s opke / Views
of spenep in Paris, London, England, Scowland,
Ireland, Wales, Frazape, Belgium, Holland,%
Switzerland, The Rhing, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tailleries, Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Crystal
Palace--also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
riage scenes, hreakfast scenes, pic-nies, statu-
orant/<. james .all a--c.rpr., a
us.,these.Th.anet aasas man rmar)-


abould base n lo- dia..uag r.10m wome ..( our
Esquisite.,, ,c.r.glettentiarrroloregalern-
>.-ge, slaurag !,, .5 i.Our Vir.ea e .New.
c.,st, to m ..re.r.rg, as .,0 ces n..'
d be r. I 1. 6.1 1 Le petu
Anthon'y Instant St Vi
are the lateest Proto caw Id n
thing no matter how rap dly it may be moving
is depicted as sharply and distinctlyasif it had
be eye feel at .tie si an nasa
adds the charm of life end motion. Time pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being nu-
in in Eu p 8 a n ndon e
Views of Ameripan life and scenery.
Among other things we have just published
1 nee 0 tilus usi 1gs, as ein or) am
vl be a nani talThe particulars of this
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwardedtoanyaddressonreceiptofastamp.
Parties as disLaucesending us SS, $5, $10,
a pl s utl ean danis et
TieWS RIORG, (Wilbout th$irument) Can be
scut by avail.
I'artie8 1Yho WISE to be advised of CVerything
1 really valuable in the line that comes out. may
I sends their printed toplaceon recordand as
will keep them posted at our own expose.
31en or leisure will find Photography a most
fascinating anal delightful amusement. We are
prepared to ilt out amateurs with everything
e is ta e 180 ce] 03'i u cy "
Importer nnd Manufactor alo phic
Interials, Stercomopes and 8 ereescopic Vien.
co / elelall is i sto.sae .
aninanoneronr stock, as our discount can
trade will le liberal.
ToP It ot o gr aph crs.-rirst was
stercoscopic.leptiles wanted,
Send by snail a print, unmountpd, with loice
orA"egabive, 40:.
2:xtaxonomany swee or
G OE DPEN 0 ILS
G 0 LDL 0 0 K ET ST
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached,
014


em on, ar ts. A "- I &
gs-'.45-LWOf.E GUARANTEED. 8 E
Pitt ENft.L*.W
No ocoda Retaded on Tune.
Alarch AU-mou Sm,

I(exiggl Mllatang Isilliment.
Intrieste virtue alone could msurethesuccess
which this artacle has attained. For Rheuma-
bul U usal 1, e iz g p

jo i w b son a or ste r 161A
I t a ge us ee no on of b
arpole presoderformed so. many cures in our
ne a as t s, 1.. W bl 1111, Ri v
wri es, --that the here, was con-idertd word"
(h ca was sn in), Im ince die f we use
5150. Your Laument is doing wonder. up
here." Such testimony is ranching us eve64
@uld a 1inalit is unsato l an ts famd
enljis set! 1 L ise lily all respectabas
flARNES & P.LUK. Prolaietors, low-York
ga
COST AR'S
VERMIN EXTERMINATORS.
T IIE
ONLY INF.LLLTIU4E REMEDIES KNOWN,"
98trOfg MStantly
fyEltf fog31 AND SPECH S.OF
g
IV 8 # *
"NOT DANGEROUS TO THE If MAN ENUI.T.
"Rxis can our or run nor.cs to us.."
"Costarger .
"Costark" EstRogCh.&e.Extermina
or.

ar Bed bug Exterlo.inator.
"Gosty a
-costar a ziestric rowser, for In.
sects, 40,
1)EtTILOYS INSTANTLY


o 11ANpE OF ftT
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THAN ANY KNO N 11317


Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or .
Telegraph, 6
98 Pearl 8treaty 5
Kerosene la also to be obtained at the Alan-
q.gry-,wa ;;,an A'"mpNa e d
ing Fluid Alpufacturers and Dealersin Lamps.
N. B.-KEROSENE is Use trade.
made of the Keroscue Oil Co., and all
a is aremcautionetti aga art trafug the

Oct. 15. Sm
----

e


eUCKWHEAT,


CATSTYP.
TEAs,
corru,
FRUITs,
GONFECTIONERIES,


PIPIES,


UnOOas,


Rats-
GOLD LOC K ET
Roaches-31ice-Males-Ground Mie
rr so. o or "'ri...""" 1"" littilitt'f TCit
AN A PRE3IJUM TO E\CH PURGIASER in short, 9Teryformandspeciesof


A'. 1.21 ito
elry, Ap., and from the universal satisfactipp
given to ne who save vaerous.enous. so, we 10 Years established in New York City-use4
take pleasure in sayzyg the we now consider. by the the City Post-Office-- the City Prisons
our businesshirlyandperinanendy es bUshed. and SMGon House---dae Chy penmers, Ships,
We wi h is understood that this isNo Lottery, &c.-the Cityligi0s, "Astor," "St. Nicholas.'
213, rf a eg : effy," Ac.-aind by morethin 20;000 private fami=
a (iOLD PENCH. 1Y1TH GOLD PEN AT. lies,
TACHED, 010 A GOLD LOCKET, worth SG gl?" Druggists and Reenilers everwhere isel)
each, which cannot be bought no any retail store them.
for the same price: and in addition to the pur- $Gilf- Wholesale Agents in .11 the large Citie4
chaseenchpersoureceivesaPremiumofJew- d
elry, less in value than $2, and it, may be worlds an Towns.
$8, 5, 8, 10, 0, 20, 80, 50, or pven 4300! 0 Bswas!!! of spurious imitadoni
NO MONEY RISKED! $1,00 ample Boxes sent by Mail,
We propose to let a erson how what Pro- Addresserders-orfor Circular to Bess
?". "G:'n! 2"d n ing une RY 8, OOSTAR; Parxon*Az, Du'67,
an ?"o'e"su 02ByonWATE(QpposheSt.NicholasHohlO

ca. "A "
sending for e
7 -
I r b 0 R
...un...... .. u.. a
1..1=.
If, however, deny persozi should feel diagic sed mt i 0 i "ffer am sid releasals
to send us their money in wilvahee, they c&n n ost splendid assortment of fall and winter d
rely qpon being as (sirly dealt with ap though ry
they had made proving application. m aver low rices dash o ity tch
==A en's a lend n eus 55Poe2urm oo& o and a we ed ten t emeady aln
et and Premium, free. promptly attenSed to with great care and atten
orlordulipartinglaraseqdforsPenciland1'en tientggiyeenticesatisfactiorite.(he wehaser
edonndo nium MeMGoleasuitablefor dm in enth
Gentleb4nlen's Gold and Sliver hW ch- e sha actoI epurch ser A nts

Gold 81 2 tons, Gold roume teakere is of a row of my large as


Go 186 4 Studs-plain ad 6wilth setdags: DR 1 GOOD &
Fins, Gold Rings, Ac. &0. consipting of French broad Cloth, Doe skin Cas
FOR LAU1ES, simeres, Pilot Opths, Satinetts and K. Jesa,
1Ye have Gold Watches, Florontine, Mosaic, Gold Tweed Cloth, Fancy Caesuners, Ladies Cladi,
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins hierinosorallcoloreFiguredandplainDohnes,
ad Ear Rings, Gold firacelets, Gold Sleeve : grey islankets, ne pp 15 Ocess, English Alai
Ti ,89 ae s el s, a 1 oxes, see it a ie 2ne(a e Ho eT
col ne p 1 n la reference given whenever e 8 ex o o r on
required. English:0panbrica, Red and WhitoFlannels.
N. B.-In sending your names, write the T. NELSON
State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid Nov.
letters being as rrica.ANGLE & CO.' MAPLE btQAB.-Just resollived
IDS CA}IAL STilgE'J', & py August 18, B. 3 CAREd


bIGG, PEEVS


for sale is St. Alspidius Ig
B. E. CARR,
April 14-1860.
EGETABLES, Yeas, Gornte. &e.

Sept. 22---180%


ru.L v:1 can. II


N5%fRE NT TREE
WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL,
gy

Ilegratf A TRflOry
(formly H. P DEORAAF,)
Wo. swaowpay.New York.
Thisagablishmentfasizatorieslabelghtanet
extends242feetthroughtolio.06Ciariatiestreet,
making ic one of the
LARGEST TVENITURE HOMTBES
in the United States:


go '
1)IRhogany,
and Walant
PARLOR AND CHAllSBER FUR-
* NATURE.
Also, Can and Woon 8xAT work, all quali-
ties; thin, Ill'sK and Bralso AIATTRESMES, a
Farge stock; ENAMELED CHAMBER FURNITURE,
i sets, from (122-to $100.
Jean) Lind and Ealousion Pent
Meda(egagle,


swerm' slacter
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