St. Augustine examiner

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St. Augustine examiner
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Saint Augustine examiner
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Matthias R. Andreu.
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v. : ; 46-68 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine


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Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
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Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
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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>.
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"An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
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Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).

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The R.econciliation.
"Festerfaster!your horses creep like
snaile! drive for your life l" cried the impa-
tient Morley, as th0 DOble animals he so
laundered dashed along the pebbly turnpike
road, while the sparks, flew from their iron-
shed hools like 6 Ilight of fira-flies,
The possilic.u, wsth voieu nod whip, put
thern ea the ropot abeir sp..ed, and she chaise
In its rapid evar**e let behind it a train. of
light as though its wheels had been igrmed
A high an d swep hill in foot at length.en-

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E. R. IVES, Captain,
ILL leave Dr. Hartridge's \Yharf, Jack.
souville, at eight o'clock A. M. on
Tuesday, Fridays and Sundays, For Palatka
and Intermediate Landings '

And connecting at Picolata with Stages for
St. Augustine at One o'clock P. M. on the Up
Trap, and Nine A. M. on the Down Trip.
d Villalsodmakuetregularwee ydi'ps toea n
teu 1 8 < to nz viale..ix
1Y. 8 HAL tkocoi.
No T. J.di ANNING, Middleburg.1y -




A GEKl',

See f5eni eg C esty Daily

;TIT e a greatgif Esiblii Tug
V 4085 raltypb1qinventions in the known
pa ice a swe want agents everyWhede"
SILLW & CLARK, Biadeford, Maine.
Nov. & latio. St.

M nAs ne ssmans will be inserted outhe
One Dollar per square, of twelve lines and
derdorthe arsht insertion, and Seventy-Five
Yearly advertisers shall be limited to the
spsee contracted for. All contrness shall be in
fsj5.** 8ad Pai8 na ti m
nos properly connected with the business shall
be charged separately and also ainy excess of
matter over the amount contracted for.
All ad or t ents at marked with the and
urtil1orbid, and c g for.
A Five Dollars will be charged for all an-
souncements of Candidates fdr Oilice, in ad-

ang Obituary notices, when they exceed six
sines agth will be charged for at advertise-
Contract advertisements payable quarterly;
advertisements from strangers and transient
persons, payable in advance. All others will be
considered due wk called Mr.
Legal or Business Cards, pr an g 10 00
Application for betters olAdministra. 5 00
orice todate a re literadmi sis-
trator - - -
All bills for Job Printing, bust be paid
on the delivery of the work. -
Y rirtue of an Execution issued out of the
CircuitCourtfor thecountien d Vobinisand
herardiathe Eastora Circuit of Florida and sc
is eTad .dR 1 8 or 1: su
livied upon and will expose for sale at Susan- I
pl d its nrrh 1jite audall
}owing descrshed land, to win-An undivided
I as ereeFZr 3 a leirHu ared an"
sain grantenandentaining 16,000 acreasure
or in said steward connay granted to. Sunu''
Miles on the 18th day at July 1813 and cautirm-
ed to John M. Hanson, es. al.
Th*.above sale la yearpened until the 1st

Nondayin July.
Th nve sale is postponed until the farst
The above saw is postponed until the fant
Monday in September next.
Mah a saT npe .ppeduntil the Arst.
The shore sale is postpono4 until the first
Monday NovemiberP .oned until the firs
Monday in December next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
monday iaJanuarynext.
The shore sale is postponed until the first
$ v t xt oned until the seat
Monday in March next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
T st postponed until the first
anonday in Maydu W.postposed until time first
monday in June next.
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
Mda n July n 'postponed until the first
Monday in Augnet nest.
MTh shore kle is postponed until the Arst
The above estle is postposed until the first
M an on ny poned. unta (be Erat
II aday a Newomber neaL.
e as postposed.ursul go, first

The ye safe Iris pomputedalatB e 4
she is stponed mul che first
Mondayla February.
Is postponed sqtil the Arat
Thesboreside is postponed until the Arst
Monday fa April iceist.
Actin Shermall er r inty.
March 6th-185 *


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enterpd Og pe rl8KEY.

(The Purest Medicinal Agent over known,}
has furnished the community a Stimulant1ure,
11 lthftdandInviorating, to a asned ineda

away with the vile drugged stuff that is palmed
do7n d insmun ,L ii to en t
beneath, be has received a Diploma from the
ditiount testimony from DR. JACKSON, ofBos-
ton, who tealifles under oath to its absolute

philadelphia, 8ept, 9th. 1858
We have carefully tested the sample of Ches.
nh t tr tii e chi e usent usSut adaAnd
known as Fusil Oil, which is the enaracteristic
and injurious ingredient of the whiskeys in
genor use.
pooTH, GA 1 i 0 It
New York, Sept. 3rd, 1858.
ar le summ e. br hr
Jr.,of Philadelphis, and having carefillly tested
o apmoi no a 9 ea a n e.
la tia usually pitreandlipts o;ept qudip; of
whiskey. JAMEs A 6BII.TON,
Ahalyde 1 Chesidst
arenado who on, March 9 er.
alabaingles of Ohesagt skey, WhIok
previa to n e mu adulterat usil Oihs, nd
at o this Whiskey lederivedfrom the Grain
used in Respectfully.
he 1 B "It St
For Sale by B. E. AlgR*
Sept. 8, 1800. ]y

neadElliowselinir dle one attr stBe
Lamps Dining Tables, Looking Glaces, Brass
ent n, hovel and ongos An hot asso ed
bathers, flair, Moss.
.v. 22. s. a. exam
N sex... oilves, capers, Pickies, Mustard,
- I.T!'9-'"v'" i'""i's "".".'4
Bardines, fresh Salmon Rice Water, say Rum.
Nov. L. B. E. CARE

J. V. Hernandez,
has just returned (com Savannah, with a fresh
and elegam Steekof goods, which he is prepared
to make to ordein, in the most fashionable and
December 1 1600.
108 Dates Gum Drops Rock Candy, ke.&e
Is. E. cas,
Apsa 7-1864 '

I~ ~___i__

Beholdthiernini 'Twassekull
Once of orbereal spirit full.
narrow IITwauLife's r ,ous seat.

What beauteous visions filled this spot.
17hat dreams of pleasure, long forgot,
For :Io .. r..,r 1.ew... nor Jr.y. r..,r rev,
II..=.. his aw arnor ., -
5 race the to..ght and :.5.,5 eye*
But eLart not as the d.ea..I wo.d-
-nanal Lose usu eye employeJ: '

I wife? Morley, listen to me; as you bope but the morning of this blessed day I had
formerly donot destroy the being who resolvedoverthisholybook to prove my
loves you-who asks you to preserve her contrition for my sinful harboring of hatred
soul!" towards my fellow oreatures, by uniting you,
Morley caught her as she sank at his my, in marriage. The tidings of
ket, and she remained in his arms in a my daughter's elopeanent deattered to the
state of insensibility. He was confounded winds all my better thoughts, and revived
-subdued. my worst in teofold strength. Idid not,
The fatigued horses had labored about order agrsuit; Idid more. Ifelt, at least
half way .up the .acclivity, when Morley 1 thought so, the approach of any malady
called to the postilion. ** furn your horses' to a region where it would soon prove final.
heads," he sat we.. I return. The No time won so be lear.. My..will weagasps
ass.wder wgor .=empr-quqistinentagesoff'; begg .
from the allEFBilan i their course, en.] daughter but her father's curse; it would
a bris to a sheir have been signed his night; for over is

''Where am I, and whither am I car- lier who could abandon her fond and. dot.
rted?" she wildly exclaimed. igg father."
"To your father, my beloved," "Oh my father," interruptedElleo, to
whispered Morley. whom the horrid images of her trance re-
"To my father! to my father! she repeat- turned; "in pity, dear father-"
ed. Can it be? But no, I will not doubt "Bless you, forever blees you, my ever
you, Morley; you never deceived me-you excellent Ellen. Your filial.obedience has
prolonged your father's life, saved him
cannot. God bless you, Motley! God bless from a great sk, and I doubt not secured
you, my brother-my dear brother!" and your ultimate happiness."
with her pure arms around his neck she
imprinted a sister's holy kiss upon his lips, Goodness of God,
and, dissolved in tears, sank with the con- forma min at da ha7obd e ofT
fidence of conscious innoesnee upon his bo- It need no advocate. It will take care of
som. The ethereal influence of virtue fell itself. Un spite ofielouds, men who have
liken balm upon the tumultuous feeling eyes beheve so the sun, and none but the
of the lovers; and never in the wildest mo. blind can seriously question the Creator's
goodness. We hear indeed of led
IBBBtB Of paS8100, 00% OVOD When he first into doubts on this (b $11 men
heard the avowal of love from his heart's but these doubts b e or u en r
tddr..Jsad Morley felt so transcendently source than the evils of ife. Such skepti-
happy. cism is a moral disease the growth of some

"Where a he ?-Is he al ve ?-Let me opTb rr 5 h byIt an eaos
see in e w bricked Ellen as Is is indeed trai, that a good' man, in
she rushed into the house of her father. sea on of peculiar, repeated pressing cal.
"For whom do you inquire, madam ?" an es, a vis itinto dejection and per-
coldly asked thf teheaddressed, the inent. The passingMc7ou mm da mh
ro sun. But deliberate, habitual question of
"Aunt, dear aunt, do not speak to me God's benevolence argue great moral de-
thus," said Ellen. "1 am not what you ficiency. Whoever sees the glory and feelf
think me. But my father-my dear father within himself the power.of disinterested
---kha --- WORM kblet on 1 9 a 0
aunt, have pity on me, I am repentant, I own love a design, expression and commu-
am innocent !" ixication of unoreated, unbounded, all ori-
"In one word, Ellen, are you married ?" ginating love. The idea of malignity in
"I am not," she replied the infinite Creasotshocks his moral nature,
'- just as a palpable contradiction offends his
"Heaven be praised !" said her aunt.- reason. He repels it with idignation apd
"Follow me; your father is not well?' horror.-Ukanmag.

the room and knelt at her father's side.- that Mr. Kennedy, Superintendent of the
"Father," she cried, "do not avert your Police of New York toity, candidly, con-
face, father, I am your own Ellen. I am fesses that the detectives have been employ-
restored to you'as I left you. By the years ed in Baltiolore and other edies further
oflovethathavepassed between us, for- Eloutlbfrretife tsecroSt orgeanizaulous,
give the folly-the qifence-the crime moment. By the meniory ofmy mother-" existed for the assassination of the Presi-
"Oease," said the old man, endeavoring dent. He confesses. his disbelief of any
through thp weakness of age and infirmity, such plot. The probability is that we
have had these Black Republican a tes in
and the workings of agonized feelings, to our own city,.and perhaps a few mPre are
be firm; "forbear, and answer me-is this left of the same son. We trust our own
Bentleman your husband ? police will be required to keep a good look
Ellen was about, to reply, but Morley out for these myrundone of Lincoln,, who
stepped forward. "I am not," said he, t othe andsony alreoadyh to eath Id
"blessed with that lady's hand; she has re- for any willing instruments of 'theirs. who
fused it unless it is given.wxth your sano- may still be found here, ready to give aid
tion, and without that sanction, deat as and comfort to any sobume,. however in.
she is to me, and hogieless as I may be of ir ithe H ehra and J bn Sewn Ad.
your consent, I will never hereafter ask it." men isp .
"Do you pledge your word to this, young Tsa Nonzann GONGBEBB.-Adispatefi
-man? to the Augusta Democrat, from Washing.
"My sacred word," replied Morley; "as soneodhagend er7t tat th uMI
a man of hopor. I have inherited your of yesterday, said that it. was nonsepee
hate, but I will never deserve it." talk as Lincoln did of the unbroken Union
"Children, yes have subdued me!" ex. Seven States are out and never, clever,
claimed the father. "Merely, my daughter r uroF. e 0 eman d
is yours1' and Psekena use confederate 8
Morley sel d theold man'liland, soaroo* The old Union retaians to a 4 et
ly believing the scene before.him to be shall have a decent funeral or as frish
real, stake.
"My father," said the weeping Ellen, oth Mr.dDouglas reiterated that the inaugural
her kneeh, her arms arourid his neck, and 1xrn fl sai thempt to collect
her innocent obeek pressed to his. the revenue or to' reinforce For Samsor
The good aunt partook of the general' would be considered coercion.
joy, and even Ellen's favorite dog seemed
to thank her father for his kindmees to his del IFa An likI e RAMike Phil
dear mistress. 01 Ape of Illinois having sneaked into
The happy father sat with his arm around Washington disguised in a Scoteh cap and
** """=**** =='** *"a ** ** **** '""'..Mattaif""'A """' i''d 3
ber lover a hand, he said, "Behold in all pWhat would the layerersay7bis next
this the goodness of God; behold the bless, achievement should be to sneak out of
ings that follow the performance of our du. Washington ?
si... Your rather, young s..acinan, so-
fore you saw the light, had entailed my An ANCIENT JEWIjiH LEGEND BATS i
There was a city to which el:* air was so
base upon his offspring. I had nourished healthy, and so full of the vigor of life, t.has
this bitter feeling even against you, who had they who dwelt there never died. This
never offended me, and whom every one was soou known, both far and wide, arid
else loved. This very day the cherished people of birth and fortune nastened thithe
hostility of years had given way before my hI ebydiveed a pleasPw h no to
desires to secure my daughters happiness, another, stealtDg a legg $}[at ill
Ifelt that age was creeping upon me; and might be able to ad

r omplImenlar3.- f H L PuPIJL1R
b 4 s... 5 Imperseas, ties reA AI. BININ.
a re owed or I .T
g. are or ra g

Thus eye ar..ill be so., .r '
. W henames and suns are sun in Ezgns,

W1 at f nod nf n e.
If Falsehood's hone disdainedge
And whereit could praise was chained;
If bold in viflue'scause it'spoke,
Yet gentle Concord never broke!
This silent tongus shall plead for thee
When Time unveils Eternity.

Say, did these fingers delve the mine!
. Or with itsonvied rubies shine ?
To how the rock, or wear the gem*
Can little now avail for them.
Butif the g of IT u

These handsa richer meed shallelaim
Than all that wait on Wealth or Fame.
Availsit, whether bare or shed'
These feet the paths of Duty trod ?
If from the bowers of Ease they ifed
To seek Atilimion's humble shed;
If Grandeur's guilty bribe they spurned,
And home torirture'acotreturned,

or top a fee ] .nvie

f struck by a sudden recallect on, turned

b he sdo e ve D W D
pale, silent and motionless, reclined on 1118
"Ellen, my love," said Mogey equderly,
"I fear this will prove too much for your
delicate frame a
There was no reply, and he leaned his
face nearer to hers and b the moonbeams
a 7
saw that her features were faxed, her open
eyes gazing on vacancy, while the tears,
which had recently streamed from them,
seemed congealed upon her bloodless obeek
"Merciful heaven!" he ozolaimed "what
means this? Ellen, beloved, adored! do
you not hear me ? will you not speak to me
-to Morley, your Morley ?" and he pressed
her gently in his arms.
The Dame fle Gttered, 10 & Charm, dia.
solved the spell which bound her. ATong
drawn sigh, as if struggling from a break-
ing heart, escaped her cold, qulirering lips;
fresh fountain of tearse ben 11 forabn d
y up
bosolu of her lover. The alarmed but en.
ruptured Morley folded her in his arms, and
bent to kiss away her tears, when, with a
sudden start, she disengaged herself from
his embrace, and, drawing back, looked
wildly and earnestly in his face.
"Morley," she said, in a voice of thril-
ling tone, "Do on love me ?"
***MydeareactelotedEllen," a replied
ois it possiblejthat you can doubt?,,
ano you love mer** .h. repeated -with
increased earnestness.
'Truly, devoted madl cried Morl
y, y, ey
on his kness. "By the heaven that is
shining above us I love you.^

one action at this moment to prove that I
am really and truly dear to you?"
"I am," he replied, "though it should
carry with it m destruction l" .
"Iasknotyourdestruction," she said.
"I implore you to prevent mine 1 Return in
"Return l" exclaimed Morley.
uReturn instantly !" repeated Ellen.
**Ellen1 Are on serious-are "
y yous
(he would have added,) "in your senses?"
But she interrupted him.
**I am serious, "she said. "I am not
mad, Morley; nonor inconstant, nor flokle,"
.ahe added, reading the expression which she
discovered on Morley's isountenance. "That
I love, and in that love am incapable of
change, do not, Morley, insult me by doubt-
ing even oy a look. But oh! if you love
me as you ought, as you have sworn you do,
as a man of honor, l implore yoli to take
me back to my father-"
"To your father?" exclaimed Morley, al.
spost anoonscioils ofrhat he said."
"Ay, to my father," rephed Ellen: "my
745 ilidal, igy 4gling, Iny.ooddingath.
or) Lake me so him befurehis heaR is brok.
on 7thii child he lorts. I hairti been
with him," giha cridd in wild agony, "even
Dow, as ITay in your armi, dipell-bomid in
y trance, while the Cariiage rolled on to,
my perdition. I could not move I could
apt speak; but I knew where I wa and
whither I was hurrying; yet even then I
za, z{th my father," she said, with a voice
and look of supernatural solellibity. "He
lay on his death-bed, his eye turned upon
me-his fixed and glazing eye-it rested
on me as I lay in your arms. He course
"" ""'"' "'" "''******* *** ****
in my ears. 11is eye is now upon me.
Morley, for the love of beinen, ere it be
too late, take me back!-"
ocompo..,,- mia arley, am,
beloved, my own Ellen, compose yourself."
"Do ou still hesitate!" sh la d
y e exe ime
Would you still 800the my frantle soul with
WordS-your Ellen? Short-sighted man-
your Ellen! What shall bind her to a bus-
hand who could abandon her father-and
such a father What power may transform
the renegade daughter into the faithful l

Drugg. re
GIn as a Remeallal Agent.

A. The OhPI 'C RDO50DO1f 'st ee
been a favorite with the profession for many
1 s wit ei nud yes a !li
tronalave been followed. It is evidently the
product of very, careful distillation-the active
Eno@ e beese i aT y iesotebl
and aromalieflavor. In the course ofu practice
often years I have had occasion to test many of
the ginsin the market, and after a very oureful
nai t 1 ofET eroussaml e*Nhave decided
has no equal. Really good gin is indispensable
in every household, and the OLD LONDON
D comes maphiatlically an ershilth In
Knickerbocker house are doing much for the
cause of true temp 1%N 8ALTER. H. D*
8 westauth street, N- Y.
possesses all the qualities that can be desired for
this highest and noblest use of all wines or
loiq ful i dienteraire the1dil8ei i
pungentandflavorous with the womatic tincture
of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
I 0 --- an
its sparking liquid purity leaves nothing for the
eye to desire
M 2 crR %or in
pr fe e gr( to the tire
large, for having introduced a stianulsot of such
unexceptionable purity and unequivocal power,
sh as pre e .5ud cu at ease 0 us a
Journal and Medical Gazette.

IB STOg COURif Of the URitell BR YA 191" 8

O engage in the gale of some of the best and LA I) Y'S NE W S-
sun gan ymany orks ub shi
sharasser, adapted to the was a(the farmer. PAPER. -
Mechanicandklerchasi they are published in THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPERPUSLISH-
n ar, annedw r ph e 18eubnbn ED IN THE UNITED STATES.
of every 11ouseholdin we hand. 8pe.simen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re
& To men of enterprise and industrious seipt of a three sentatamp.
habits, this busiDess offers an a portunity for J. H. BRYAM & CO.,
profitable employment soldomeo a mec wKh. 112 South Third Street
alip* Persons desiring to acL ses-agents will Nov. 3. Philadelphia, Pa
rueivepromptly by mahfull partialers, Lorms, ,[ gggy
(se., by adeM Y, GBTE 6, Co., fablishers, OO Bage for Rominy. Cow Peas for table
use. B. E. CARE.
No. 284 4(orth gegoat stree, Phildelphim thr. 17.


JOilR'S CO. #18

PROPRIETOR. . ann an non -

(From the)Tew Orleans manyune.]
WItill ORIGIN OF PLO9rgas.

en r 13taker' plastle hand,
Andatar by star came gliding forth,
Its shining owens to pursuel
When this bright orb. complete undsir,

he g at. dTw s pheced,

Th ,do h hi Isa one,
In high complacence mild,
Looketike Crelater in His loves
And am **'twasgood,',' and united.
poliesth (hat smile the flower sping up,
In uty blopmedothe frees,

are n, rlier r (1 >re,
that a 9 oth gers the earth.
4. gardon. grove orles-
wherever hteam the gentle slowers.
thesistoof God we se.
Rare urocum, January, 1881.

", an1,dica ea..]
Yesterday Col. Forney was
placed n fu I couarurand of all 1.0 1,...69 at

drag n, Use and, threa sect de p ar..J caps.
m on ti la piTendenj0 t
makensortofwedge-shaped defenseeids
pean feet long said four feet high at the

godo em b ein kse thbrp
tom of the.pit io the top .of the parapet,
seven feet--high enough toproteota man's
had. Col. lorney is constructing three

asandmbI r, an 0
to haie four 8 inch columbiards; two of
these are already mounted and roudy for

I to r 1 e

day, there have been 300 men engaged all
day in building these batteries. With
good lack, I think that in a few days we

distant. These10 inch guns weigh, each,
15,000 pounds, and it is a vast labor to
get them here through this sand. You
e e unFis n ch )g at die a

anade to go round the afuzzle, so as to
equalize the diameters, and then takiDg
pbout 50 men, to each gun, they will be

rohil d.d g on in dim wilnench
ty pounds of iron flung by twenty pounds
of powder will batter down any brack work,
I don't care how thick, which is only one
and a quarter miles distant; and, if the
enemywillstandstill, and letus pound
0 I en a
granite, as we liave heard, but of brick,
justlike all the other forts here, and they
have ool we 10 iDOh BS While WOO

ahem is a brich gone, but they .may fling
1000 ten inch balla into our sand and it
will do no harm and hurt nobody, and
make not saixnch of progress unless t y

ty. Iris nmay tia verwe 2 and little
anisehief. Ivannot understand why the
services of troops are not accepted undthey
sent here. 1'If we had 3000 men properly
armed we could reduce Pickens and takeic,

if w hwithoutMthe rui usap ree e
I have no idea that the men of war can
come into the bay. They have to pass
with a 60 yards of fort McRee, where,

ha ad42'ruey s energydwe tave twenty
hur8d d yareds asaunearaso 8 .an @
We can sink shem from McRee "to a dead
psoral certainty." Then, if they should
get by MoRee, they have to face our three
re rsjca int ies e ides t!'ae gaine
ty strong place, about as much SO, 18 Dif
upsulon, sa Fort, Picksas, but Fort Barran-
cas salatu it weaker, and is not, I think,
tena .. h P d ul

leek woo ar t e een han8d rol ng
the wheel barrows Bullook works hard
and blows mightily, and I fell you he rolls
eand beyond beliet abd stands back from
nothing shas a soldier is required d

2.:::::*:"?::16::": :
most beautiful place in the world. His
bay is as splendid a sheet of water as glie-
tens neider the sun. The beaob is winee
as snow, the bluif high, the air sweet, and
the sky when elear as floo as Italy's. The
improvements here are perfectly amusing

tan Hotel. 41t is one of the loveliest, place
-the walks are all of brick, mostsmoothly
and beautifully liid-live oak groves, flow-

i* odit a as ounsesh spend d
this and bar bloopose like the rose. Then
there sire fish and game and oysters. Eve-
ry body is gettiug fas, even any lank jaws
are becoming round, and my obeeks are al.

'!ii?: be a toh
camp since our arrival; even Bullock has a
beard! Pugh a thin and fie bristles a
gravate she inf amed expropsi of his cong-

a di me do vthus com-
n manner ebas would fill you with admire-

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SATURDAY, MARCH, 80, 186t'

1 JAMEB EliBT Eso., of Palatlka, Fla., is
duly authorized to set as Ageut for thre ** ST.
AvoGusaws EIAumaxt, sad w~ill receive sub-
scriptions, make collections, and receipt for the

()9 TilE

8 TATE 0P F L 0 ID A




THE DJiiAD EliofRglR1
Lay her white headstanders;
An was 's he n,

And lay her away so rees. .
Speak not a we rd go bo dourners,
To 6 ano k tioh nhe there are
Down in their heartsto-day.
But goup tenderly, andlay
""r band -,<. her ..rphan a head-
god the armiser a hears wdi blees you.
Think-a bleMarag from li v* a=Bd
Thmi g with isquan ippered

is ..II to el...e seen any own and
Oas yourneysag som ns.
Gather the morning roded
Away from th6 tot6gimi's sight
The wail of her babe will mind Him
Of the loved and 1Estto-night.

orW. er .Td Is an Africa, shus a)1udes to one of
she r.1,as which are found, in slisit terra
an.. ,(//s strangescof al) the sto told

_____ __ __ _r L_YCY~L~_

the TYest is now taking in coal and*pro-
viewne, robably to go to the rely' of the

b Dan t s2i nor Texas ten
days since, to bring away the U. S. troops,
It is not probable that the Star BT the West
would be sent at night, suddenly and
clandestinely, on the same peaceful mission.
It is not only improbable but, absurd to
suppose that she would sail with provisions
for the troops now under the command of
Capt. Hill, hundreds of miles in the in.
terior. Provisions are plentiful in Texas,
and to carry men and provisions to Hill's
forces, would necessitate on the part of the
reinforeers, a march of maDy 181168, through
a hostile and populous region. The Star
ofthe West, the Harriet Lane, the Mohawk,
the Cruseder, and the Em ire City left
New York on the night of to 18th inst.,
just the day after the above paragraph ap.

iin 3.6 a "" ir. "y of dth
8tar of the West, are suitable for transport.
The other threb are revenue cutters, most
admirably ad. t..f n- fli ir,.

(Jiber usedis, e, anid our correspondent
werethoughttoliave left Norfolk on the
Still another aircumstance in this can
nectiOD, We flud hinted at in a very reliable
and well informed Southern journal, the
Richmond Dispatch, of the 13th inst.-
We give the article?

dri FTt xl giME NO?---- heenA ran.

neie ckjowlj a taches mn1xo un.
on Friday last. Though a native of New
York, Col.d 8 r o IFairfax co]
of ings. ofile maSrtried as n
lxas reason to believe that his determina-

t-ifilliGi!i'it :B
sources, of Mr. Lincoln's war policy, we
think it highly probable thalti line ice has

e .1 110 ,th agent. Orao
0 0 f th o e which he he he would

a re or mi tary movements.
For some cause he has resigned, sudden-

lydand unexpectedly, as we @ave reason to
to s as nfthese a tical tune r
deal I
Now taking these acts, that is, the re-
signation of Col. Cooper, and the cland a-
due departure of government steamers
NewYorklad -
in 41Huffik emes dsrule
are on their way to Charleston, to be join-
ed by others Trum Norfolk-taking togeth-
er, we say, these facts and these rumors we
cannot hesitate to arrive at what we con-
ceive to be a very reasonable conclusion.-
We do not think it doubtful that reinforce
ments have been sent somewhere, and we
are confident that they are now on thcar
way to Charleston. We think that itis
their intention to proceed in company to
Charleston, receiving an addition to their
force from Old Point, and when the mouth
of Charleston hartisor is reached, the men
will be taken off the large transports and
transferred either to the revenue cutters or
to small boals, who will attempt under cov-
er of the night to resoli Fort Sumter. We
believe that this is the plan so often men*

Hon, S. R. Mallory.
In our columns we publisk a communi-
eation from a well known gentleman of
this State who signs himself "Cuba." We
confess that his laudations with respect to
ex-Senator 8. R. MALtroar, who at pres-
ent fills the post of Secretary of the Navy
at Montgomery, are reciprocated by as and
by those acquainted with him. We can-
not avoid taking this opportunity of ex.
pressing our surprise, that, at the time of
his appointusent, there should have been
one dissenting voice, stad can only excuse it
as the selfish blindness of a few who to pro-
mate their own ends were ready to over-
look that the Hon. S. R. MALLORY Wils
the right man in the right pinee. Intimate.
ly acquainted as he in with the require-
ruents of the Naval department he recom
read il se etdH o odur as inui

ted patriotic devotion to Southern prinoi-
plea, during the course of hts Senatorial

t Mhen aly I e

[rom rus ExAsusan)
Our Flag.
On Saturday at 12 o'clock 8. al. the
Plag of the "Confederate States of Ameri.
ea," was flag to the breeze from the ram.
parts ofold Fort San Marco. An appro.
as Pay r was ifered bybtlie Ro tor of.
y pity,
ard iole us earneatuess wh b haract

amid an almost brenthless at nee, the
Flag was raised. A salute of seven GERS
was fired by the Artillery-men stabipped at
the Fors, and seven rounds by the gallant
Company of Independent Blues of our City.
The quiet waters of go little Bay,. lay
bathed in a perfect flodd, of sunshine, add
as theblue vapors floated up starF: and time
echoes died away, ovier rm ther i hores of
Anastasiis, various emotionsdoribiless agita-

aee orus a n to e
o out ).sung eracy, a n canary
brought so m.nd, that earner ar.d once rev

adda'lag, fo so many years le hP so of


4.'..mple.vies (fousantree of **TA.,-ty Arse.. Inse ar
end to ble. Yaren..II Spe ch at liashington. Isaduarantly-away,--widsour de
As rs man or educat...n nod rril.nement he and with.:.ut adiame-teveragain

secreakin, olne go shd.unk have
*we laurI. noth norettempl 8 Illier enor
er chaul. human for..i They live only or anus,

.. Ir r ;s.dpenjI I id gao
hke L.l..ns, the b. Her to dg for one, and
h rapture (,e n...,e essaly to Lear in piones their
y. Driven favorte anakes.

son pJI & isa It
on new stilnet. The nosher unrypsalipr child for

-- on y as ort ex ne, acenstoming is to eat
withe n sp 1 ft d a

our sons, "ore aboutic. The D..kes are invalua.
Linualuthand drdisakenhilurge mam.
State; and bar-. The slave hunters hold up bright
fen al, ol id i see an d knee he

a gn cannot resist me or r elion by su:h
old, the? superior peryde, sh y crowd r. und them,
treasures and are l..ken in rh. us.nds. a

it it a a h e le s
of ants, nece .an1-serpers, and a habit of
ag of our speaking to lure wh show heads on the
web4hold ground. ..mi th.1. feet an the ar. Yes is
& Truth---- eir i s of a noT -.5 up rMto wish3

1.k. the are dispir:4-d or angry, or Liredofants and
snakes, and longe.g for unknown food
wer ..( ex- The Dukos seem to a me hearass of at peo-
in all of pie yet discovered, to cl a seriible cousin.
need long ofhumanity thisnle.
and Uni Glone slur.1
The 0 lumbas li.e..a 1 Ti.uanday, sup:
ts of oui M en r., nu$D wilP
full sever. she an order for five thousaled Voluteers,
from the for Pensweula.. OS4kia sunuber,. Georgia
in Paris, will furnish, perhqps, two abous ani We
principal To fratt >eod in habh. and two
nd Sou:h, Gilte ours d er I aletivilk States iunne-
short ex. .jiat.. Preshlent Dave does not regard
e of the slaeuunhdraualoftl.eir...pss.;ua Summer,
, Februa- ,(as if tishi cash ordifvaud -death? with the
3..<.rument sr, p..; no ..Ly indiention of

without ^ -Searnes..t.,14.g..sed.,-an
mentioned Exerrasset 1. IllfudoNo -0.. Frk
Pays, of day-night..lash a.Jarge..netiessione-meetirrg
ared yes, was held in Richmond, .au thescourse of

e fa u hai da trhe9enw satirbi / p,=echr
vs a Just Vitainik iii the Unilk. He would r.uber
ir people. be dragged=nt the< tail of 8.mals. Carolina
the Louis than be lea in ebatewafter. that the ear:offilan.:hasetus;undm count.uulson,

cer, to. spydke ar ps:Main ser a irrtus t"6r. sus
sa-a., ....t use re eas ed will. posia.aged chee-rp
fewald in Ing. He wuuld be arollinggolawaitid, to lay
, humans, we his 6 @, f where South

1 arf .4 do L MUnbsF
bo Soul anighthavebeen reconstructed upon seas
connesion 1,..aIs of the Consinutide she woul I
that she norherea to thd warniDg 7000 6iint bnhe-r
emerate of fromdW.ob aston, andy ..was com-
and pro. p EU [ad one aidd or gliggiler.
6: hr on I in

r a
II.neritat she its on peers
able come .ar, which abe arshy Ts*tlia;ribused, thus who
peria un- f rank and go igeca b pipf =>n man-
no donot monading, fos dang, qg their
e in coIn- fellow countrymen. ey deal re sha.
o propor- d.ey were enlisred to light Indians, Mess-

a 3. n o
ants node- neana So, a busi. easof coiU (op is or.
hich also a ddad lauk for eg d aud1spiligent rea-
son that "eaeroiree" ste at forshooming,

per, 5 's le et oif
lately re cannot be obtained for these pos This
ant Gen- movement to the rear, dn the part of the
our oky Federal Government, now seems inevitable.
tood that -N. 7 Ep.

a p 1
tates. statement that pr4qys harabeen issued for
ew York, the reigforogment of fort, Pi ins. The
any years, editor says ake haea reliable Republican

urS 8 is on da edC aT
rdent de. of the fribuned rooolved foreilans 'night,
.-Mat. ,bo$h acrengthen, she belief.... Sonshown
goatlemen here consider the rep}rs twe.

to wne over she Sun'i) South, h
ric son ,ern meo8rreedb d

again to lift their gentle eyes wit
to it, as the Flag of their Countr

sgbe efdhisbwl *

dif2 abopes, to do athway
the memories & the .ast, is rr

The wisdom and patriotism of
have already launched a ship of
la ughters fiAlf ep

- gers,
law crew Like Cornelia of
bring their treasures-their son


then to thee! slion beautiful. Fl
beloved Country; in thy colors,
e em eins of bValor, P

and eqriality df the Somes-
usagic ring may it po-sess the pu
pausiou-sill is shall have taken
oursisterStatesof the South;
long, ifav'o ra hippy
"d Sund

ag, We regret that the limi
Janual prevent our copying in
at articles of interest, translated
Pays and other prominent organs
and which have appeared in the
American Neaq..pean North a
we therefore limit ourselves to a

well adorn any areasson. Wearnesely agree
with our correspondent, that our Secretary
of the Navy would represent the Southern
Confederacy, as Minister to 'the Court of
Spain, with sound judgment and dignified

4 9 ggygyg .

the e at ts? el
then, can we regard Mr. SEWARD as a
Conservativeman. What kindof presto,
chan id is this at he I

.::6. ":.byhe of hisasnowma
gerous enemy of the South-the daring
leader of Black Republienvisan-the head
and front of that party. Have we only
eamed it-or is it true tinsitisthierm

been itschampion-raiterated, again and
againits sentiments and doctrines even
in the Senate of the United S
even there has threatened to dt* ey at
institutions and rights of the Bath. 9
That he has been, to say the least, sus-
pected as an aider and whether of John
Brown and Helper-that durin the Inst
Presihd inl causpa gn, lee vnsackl y

avowing political doctrines and sentiments,
whieb even to read of, almost cardled the
blood of true Patriots-that these speeches
were hailed with applause by the North-
ern people-that the .11au in, the White
House as Washington, was elected by
them, and that the distinguished orator is
now his Premier. Now, when the tair

fabricoFhis Country's glory is tumbling tract from the correspondenc
about him-he steps aside, gathers his Charleston Mercury; dated Paris
mantle around him, conceals beneath its ry 1861-
folds the fratricidal hand which has struck "The Scuth is not left entirely
blow after blow upon its libisrties; and is defenders in France. Already
now, we are told a peaceful and conserva- the series of articles ink the
tive main, and "Brutris is gn horiorable.,manj" which the most remarkable app
ready and willing to do jusely-and that i in orf I So The wrs art
the hopes of the Country rest now upon on their vast resources, ami
him. How are the mighty fallen!. tribute to the character df e
Seeing eech in the Senate in 1858, IIe declares in thbeech of plC
we 2 Jourdans nard Beecher SIo es,
[For the St.Augustine Examiner.] fa yr 4 as warb tol, s*oty n,
INDIAN RIT ER, March 18th 1861. corr.,ted .1 Alyin apersed
31r. EDITOR:-AlloW IDe to rejoice With the roof a usual scorrwri to be
you on theamoothyrogress of our Glorious or at .sa community
Confederacy; your paper brings me later f ca ry <4/r
-newsbyaweekthan Ireeieve from all dameca .mA, that if new a
'others I taking the State, whion is a can. feels hersell otInged to cut her
Bideration, as you know I livelik an isola. will, the old Courederacy, it is
ted part of the country and get only two .m.y an. re fracly develope the el
her wu poluical life

0 ther at 861 it day a ress I tube b ti, a nd

on 1 n ee
too .,, valous of au intimar I and profit
as yod perceive.from. my hint-iboveI d!4 mercial notorocurse with Southern
not intend to say anything about your der the new order of things, and
claims and deserts,, brit to speak of the France may have that advanhag
9180 Selection of our *President and Vice ruou mats other uniope- -just s

lia e w m do e w
rejoice that our President has made to your readers, that the South w
snob an able selection in the appointments ingfrom any nation or peopless w
of his Cabinet Although a better 'ap. eannotally repay them."
pointment could not have been made for Adj31ian@General Coo
our Navy Department thaft the IIan. 8, 8- Col. Cooper, of New York who
Mauriour, his long experience as Ghair- signed his commission as Adjut
man of tize naval committee pLices him it airal in the U. S. Army reached
home in than Department. Yet we want on Friday evening. It is under

hiuMeth igh5position of more i to a iH GA sons a
7 held in thatef the late United S
the man who would represent best the in- Col. Cooper is i native of N
terests of the South. CUBA. has served with distinction for m

air- T o says that an a brilliant a uisition to o
Lincoln was inaugurated as John Brown Mason, of Virginia, and is an a
was hanged-sinder the protection of can- voteoof the rights of ,the Santh
pois and bayonets. yomery Advertices

eggs," in RDJ C&Sep Skilough deprecating tioned by Northern journals as having bee"
rearweshallalwayabereadyto meet our 40 contemplation liy General Scott, who
foes with just such arguments ap sent the knew that military orders must passtifrougli
Star of the West staggering out of Charles the office of the Adjuiant General, and
tcin harbour. Believing that Providence who was desirous of having a more supple
still sustain our cause, we yet strongly in, tool for the accomplishment of his nefarious
cline to the opinion of the wise Napoleon designs. .
Bonaparte;that Providence is always on )Vehavegiven, as Jiok Bunabjr didi
theadde of the Artillery, for which reason asin opinion as is an opinion," and the
we have taken the forts and thereby se. news from Charleston duritig 660 Deit feW
oured a good supply, and should Sumter dive unust decide whether wearasprophet>
and Pickeiis hot be surrendered, when or a sensation paragraphish.
our President theHon. JEFFERSON DAVIS

::It'itfund den &Ui -Thecir uhro ou2untyd8C
zering a course of fron polls to bring she John convened in this City on Monday the
Black RepubliC&DB 40 their BODSGB. 25th.ialit. Ifoo. 3. A. PUTNA.x, presi-
= diD@ The 80Heitor, L. I. Flabliati Esq
In suppoit of qur opinions that no post was present, and also Cof 8 $. GEORG"
tive reliance can be placed upon te rn-
mored surrenderofforts Santer and Pick- ROGERS frotM Marion 0911nty, and Megars.

=2-" '="-show which he a va 0 y, I or
tion of our readers a late article from the Theie us very little business before the
Montgomery Weekly .Adverizzer Our Court, exyll or orimiqul, and slus as credit
despatches recolved last pight, in ablato our County, indicating that we
regard to the sailing of steamels from New sae ooa abi1g asio ,:and that we

Su for the purpose of reinforcing fort To REAcuoNAr anz Noars.-At the
mter, created considerable excitement. local elections in Saratoga county, New
We are inclined to admit the truth of the York, last week, the vote stood-democrats,
report. The intelligence oame to us from 758; republicans, 671. A letter says:

g e4 4 ob tes asida and Che 6 r pueanmaj rkbof a
int 4 the town meetings la this county is glori-
edeepted,) an our Richmond correa- ous and satisfactory indications of a return
p nNot vouch a formahe responsibility of Tfhthe 'sober scored thou t' at the peopleed
in the its rolOut a t e I tw democrat carri & bu qi of

as thou b wing signi nine, a ow gains that give a clear majar@
9 g unostentations paragraph: in favor of the Union as it was and the
Tas BTAE or Tax 1YEST.-1'Ae Star of' Qonstitution aq it is."

___ __ I _______ ___ I

@ rg


We learn that President Davia has mad
a requisitioq on Gov. M. 8. Perry of thi

a ?611880014.
310NTGQMEtST, March 21.-ft iabelievin
hereathat a collision at Fort Pickous is ine
aritable. Major Coppius, of the New Or
leane Zouse Itegiment, with five hundred
men, has been ordered there this morni E
TheStatyConventionadjourned to-day

MOBJ Es M&rob 2 St.-The 8100p Isabel
.Ia, Caphilonesdaden irith provisiops fo
theM. S. itect off Pensaeola, was seize
lplit night

WAshINGTON, .March 22-The fo

In Chancery.
Elozabech Newman,
Bill for Divorce.
John H Newmian.
ILL ofComplaint being illed in this Case,
Court aitttappe n o th Sat faction of the
sides out of the State ofFlorida: On Motion of
A. F. Braham Solicitor for Complainant, It is
ORDERED that a hearing of the facts Charged
In said Bill of Complaint be had, on the first
Monday of July next, berag Rule day in said
Month, and that the said Defendant do appear
and plead answer. or demur to said Bill of Com-
plaint, on or before said day, or a Discree will
TI reuponhpassa pthe slame manner as eif tt
Court: It is further Ordered that a copy of the
above Order bepublishedru some public news-
er i tasianState,6fo e paceof m athe
B 4 PEIN.01, 3-@ge
CouPt heR.eb Te if at Jaedfo oi re
true Copy of an Or r in this Case made this
27dayorFebruary 1.
at L ui ye r o67 tt
garch21861 4m
--- -------------
Tax Collecter's Bale.
nY Virtueotthe Power in me vested by Law,
Ihave levied upon and shall offer for Sale
on Monday the 2nd dayof September next, in
frontof the Court House in the City of St. Au.
gustine, between the usial hours of8ale.
A House and LoLin George Street assessedto
A. W. Walker, bounded North by Lot of Thos.
D. Lowther, East, by said Street, South by
Let of Barnardo Segui, and West, by Maria
Sanchez Greek.
Unless the Taxes for year 1860, and 1861,
and Expenses thereon are paid before
of Sale. A. D. ROGERO,
Shff. & Ex. OI.
Tax Aassessor and Collector of St. John's.
County. March 2 1861. -
Tax Collector's Sale.
Y Virtue of the Power in me vested by Law,
I have levied upon and shall oKer for Sale
on Monday the 3rd day of June next in front of
the Court House in the City of SI.. Augustine.
between the usual hours of Sale. A Lot in
Marin Street, assessed to Margaret Cole, for
year 1860, said Lot is bounded on the East, by
e B 8 byetLot of T. O. Holmes, and

paiUdu as to la a SalExpenses thereon are
A. D. ROGERO, ShfF. & Ex. Off.
Tax Asseasor and Colle tor of2 St John's

"fax Collector Sale.

no C. c. 1.0 an he on or s. .sa
M in ttr to s utdT O. ohnesAfo e .
1 id o is un dR hdy o of lab
Isrin Street
" Unless the Taxes and Expenses thereon are
dbeforetheday oi'Sal
pai A. D. ROGERO, Shff. & Ex. Off.
Tax Assessor and Collector of St John's
County. ; March21861.

Sr. Avousnxa, Exer FLORIDA, Feb. 8 ]$$1,

dal'at ts for1 leadm eSeby t da e 5
18450, for settlement and otheivation, under the
c a e rdw a3
make the re ireed ifreoo f "r t1em nt and cul-
because if said proofis not fded within a limited
t mnedth a patentedwi bd ret r eadb thee exteral
called for non-performance of the conditions of
settlement and cultivation contemplated by the
graduation act o2 .b D, Register. .
F.P. FEEREIRA, Receivers
March 8 1861. Sw. -

ORAntzeron, March 18.-A mercanti
rm ii this oity have received a despatc
stating that the proper'oilioer of the Unsto
House at HarrenFranoe, had oHipiall
notiSed to the merchants of Harre th
ressels feared by the seceding States o
I Amerion will be admitted as foreign vessel
e on the same footing with those carrying t
s Federal flag'

m & a hm wa a
d evacuation of Fort Sumter. The vagilanc
of the State troops is not a whis related.
Andersoncentinuesindustriously strong
d thening his position.
Prom Washington. .
WAsuravato.v, March 18-The Presi
dent recited the oSicers of the State De
apartment to day.
r Fo order has set been issued for th
d. evacuatill of rt Sunder. Those pro
lessink to be well informpd, iny that Gen


D 8

I The Sounsern Commissioners are await
a a n

arrive th afternoon,

U. B. Congress.
) ASHINGTON, March 18.-The Senite
debased the resolutions of Mr. Douglas;
Mr. Breakinridge spoke in favor of and
Mr. Hale against it*
Mr. Bright presented the joint resolution

on aslenod (aLe a in ti al
States to consider the propriety of amend-
ing the Constitution.
The Senate then went inlo executive
session on the following nomination:
Cares F. Adams, of Massachusetts>
Minister to England.
Wm. L. Dayton, of New jersey,. Minis.
ter to France.
Geo ge P. Marsh, of Vermont, Minister
to Sardlula. *
James Watson Webb, of New York
Minister to Turkey. *
Mr. Dayton was confirmed.

21 MARCH 1860 TO 15 NOY. 1860
THE sygyg*
ItRio. p $ ots.
March .oTo *51: pasd G. Fost r
Ut. Sebastian Bridge. ] 80
2 To eash ($sid C. L. Graves

Apr .I as [il I erhis 25.87)
per dient and travelling as
.. 'ountycCommlied:i@0 G Ifum. 11.00
phreys forsurniture for the
, g of Cohutt@d hol ni 10 ser. 10 50
forcanagerorbridge. 1.oo
Julys ai iongra Cl to Bl| 4.75
** To cash paid 15 E Carr for
Nails for Budge. 1.25
To cash paid BE Carr bill
for Sundries for Bridge. 10,41
a n To cash paid MR Andren
for publishing Election Proc-
clamations. 18.75
a To cash paid DR Dunham
for Township Plate of County. 100.00
To cash nald G Foster Lum--
her billfos Bridge. 5.27
24 To ensh paid AI Neligan for
holding inquest on the body of
Calistro- 6.00
a To cash paid M Neligan
for holding 1pquest on the
bodies of Peter Fohmue and
A!exisnder Dean, and also on
Isabel, found deAd on Anaste-
sid island on the 8th of July
1860, and Boat hire he included. 10.00
Oct. 2. To cash paid M Solano for
bringing iiI Election Returns
from Moousin Branch (inileage.) 8.60
To cash paid A J Pellicer
for bringinginElectionReturns
fromTIn pe oP Mrecinct(mileage) 4.00

r ag M cilleturn eage) 6.00
u To cash paid R MickleM r .
m on re ke in (4 gage) 4.00
a a I'tionsh paid OD Segan
for a she. r.-- clerk a Eleason

n -m .c ten :-es. Dur.1.rsu.
for Recording mortgage for coun 1.65
aris ie a
Commisaxoner. 6.00
Nov. 7. To cash paid G Colee for bring-
ing in Election Returns and ser-
; rices as clerk of Election at Pico-
lata Precipot- 6.60
10 To cash pai4Joseph Manuoy
forturnishingandhauling shell
and work ca St Sebastian
a C sh d Eml DeMedices 28.94
for services an elerk of Election
at St Augustine precinet. 1.00
ii6jeensk paid Treasurers com-

at Nov 1 mainst tr n $ ets $
f hand. 3155 41
s To m t li-
e 6 mothe.) 3.00

posed otndc.Fina\ rs. 5.00

6Dea. a f id
e To To as pala for pauper a
collin returned by order of
on treceived fr..m D. <.oo
J. Micklerfe n utl
to 27 Nov 11.28
1 e 8ec nuoofi-omas1
to 26 Nov. 7.73
28 To ame paid by Joe R Pa"
e cet born ambeof Fineand 10.00
- ? ame paid by flenry II
fNo e re f r aFine anal 10.00

BrJ 8fi go en 5.8()

=+ th

- and Fish markets to d .. I to
2 o iveddrom As
on., Ital. -:Ny n
scootal@ t 7^ ,q
To ams of Fine imposedon"
city.Marshalthe 23 Jan 1801. 1.00
Feb.14. To ame of Revenue ree.
from Beef and Fish to date. 17.31 144.41
Cr. By Amt of Expenditures
Balance in hands of Treas. 145.71
Examined and approved this 15th day 0
February, A. D 01 SANCHEZ, Com. on
$. RU GERp Finance
1860. FIRST QUARTER. VOllell. $ Ms. $ Ms
Nov 1 sf a fo3r
council. 1 4.98
Dec 3 By cash paid cit?
Marshal for whipping
Powelbyorderof .11syor. 2 2.00
5 By cash paid for collin
,n 1 3 ea 0 city Mar- 3 8.00
shat being half of the line
is oMtkleon Leonardy 4 5,00
By casih paid GE Llam- a
bias for negro's services
on committee on wel, Ms
and measures. v5 as
St ionsh pailji Thos 8 Eeel 83
14 By cash paid city Clerk
a notah's a vs\bella 7 4.17

Thype her pioyd ly al-
lowance. 8 4.0Q
'G r toduLa el v-
ance. 9 4.0Q
'31 hel erpla}odz ch
towance. To

''(ol Int .) a dm not
allowance. 11 3.00
en : Tsqpa s 00-21 12 22.00
By cash paid Marshal
for cleaning market. 18 2.00
By cash paid Marshal
his salary from 26 Nov.
to -date at the rate of
$20pormonth. 14 13.82
15. By essh paid for
wood and. eating up
for council. 15 5.50. -
"By cash paid James
B Ponce for services as
Marshal from 16 to 26
Nov 1860 at 14,68 per
month. 16 5,52
By cash paid Jan B
Ponce halfor Fine im-
posed on Cassemero
Masters. 17 2.50
By ensh paid ThdsS .
Ealls for 2 Gobblets .
for council. 18 38
By cash paid Mrs.
Genovar for stones to
repair streets. 10 3.00
aa By cash paid C. Solano
for hauling lu loads of
st eoash paid "St. 20 1.25 97,83

Ao I h nx ne,
ward by qld council. 21 3.76
1861dea n hecaoh,
of his negro-men to
work on old council

p sedo 0 i.iss- 28 2.50
a By cash paid M. R.

his p
of council lor.this year 24 2.00
By eash paid Joseph Ma,
nuay for acting scavenger
from 14 Dec. 1860 to 6
An. 1881. 25 5.10
14 By cash paid city elerk
1-iamonxh's salary. so 4.17
By cash paid Isabella.
Thyme her month's 61- 27 4.00
By eashpaid Leoondis
Gomes her month's al.
owance h a 7.1 28 4.oo
st < hee he enth's -
,, slowance.h aid R 20 4.00

** ai Jos 80 23.15
nue for hauling sand
a h 81 1.00
Wi pein in
m 82 5.00
By enah paid city Mar-
a nark month'sps lar ty 88 20.00
Marshal cleaning Mar-
kets to date. 84 2.00

Leavescharlestonevery Tuesday
Afternoon, at 8 o'clock.
Fla Fr.osals.) ...x, I'sumat.r, or,,t .111 Lanf
or9s on the St. [Tohdd River.

JLL leave Southern Wharf as above, reg-
kularly every Tuesday Afternoon, at 3
o Returning,1eaves Palatha Thursiay Morn-
ing at 8 o'Clock, Picolass, 11 A. M., Jackson-
villo, Friday, A. M.. Fernandius, Friday, 8
L Jarrivingat Charlestonat6 A. M., on

Fprnandins PASSAGE: 50.00
Jiscksonville. 8.00
Picolata and Palatk J TAYLO

H L e ITand
March11801. 80.

Ms. xPer, Bill for Dirpree.

a on made satist orily to appear
by afRdark that the defendant is residing
in the Suwannee Circuit within the State of
Plorida, It is ordered) that -said ,defendent do
appear within Two months and newer com-
plainants bill of complaint, otherwise a decree
o t liobedraken thereon ag r 0 her,
of this order, be published for Two months in
some newspaper, pu ishedP 1in this C rcuit.

I, John C. McMillan Clerk of the Ci ult
urt Eastern Cizeon enot lorklaudoahere

copy of order of otir Honofable Court, and that
the original 8 ow on fate in my office this 14tle
Per J. W. Woods, Deputy.
St. Augustine, March 1, 1861. 2m

" By cash paid Mosely
(co. means)he ipa r. 85 3.76
Keyes for work and
us da o ppro- 86 7.05 1.11 04

private for relief of
Nor atn i -

igins in leaving the
Febc By ash paid JD 87 13.00
rouse for repairing

y as ai ch &

0 extra writing for .
a shspaid Isabolla 40 5.00 -
Thyme her month's al-
can hpaid Mosely 41 4.00
lus month's allowrmee. 42 4.00
By cash paid Mrs.
pilatichethernonth's 48 4.oo
a 9 4 p
di G ez1 mou
allowance. 44 4.00
oil on h pa 4cityme rk
sitoSn o8C ,lof P rol.45 7.20
shBlhef a tid sL 46 20.00

id School 21.00
and r colo da-

ing for quarter end-
ing this day. 49 18.00 112.77


we ar accel ate $ ju
to the JudgeofProbate for the County. of8s
j qstra on on e CF
March 80 1861 6w

A fe'v'"27 4:,1-","s't *""":st:
and private family. Prefers the latter site.
tio d Satisfsotory testimonists given. -
Exami e8r d h el i arn To usel. 1
IdsHomeO o pinion, opy a c1,dz .1 sent

(pWO blonthe after datal.shall present my
1 accounts an Adminiistrator of Moses E.
I to es ee au I
D. Di ator.

nL 765 Ja (.95r in c in

c ar a. r ano
70HN T EARD, Executor.
March 8, 1801.


IX Months after wil p es nL m final
the Estate of DANIML HURLBERT Jr. to the
u e of r ader o8 'd CA y and s

March 2 1861. Administrator.

IX Months after date the Undersigned will
the Jp senthbsrNo accounts andbroC ters to
Executor of the Estate of.LADESLADAREYES
late of said County deceailed, and at. the eitme
time and place ask for his discharge.
January 51861. Executor.


ADOWD, 6 FOre, of thdir destinauun, ar.
all reports in reference to tbentare mer
speculation. They bk. no troops, bu
abundaticts oficility supplies.

NE OILLEANS, Marc $$.-The Texa
Convention have passed an ordience de
claiiing Vicant the Governor's Chair, not
also that of Secretary of State, on account
of the refusal of those ofEc6ra to dinne be
fore the Convention to take the oath unde
the agw Govelament*
Clark, the Liontenant Governor, was a
assume the Governor's functions at once.
The Secretary of State has been directed/
to hand orir the of of his oBice and the
oicial records a
The Legislature met oil the 18th inst*,
it is nocknown what Gov. Houston wil]

CIIliti.ESTON, 23 -Fort Smuter is still
in possession of Major. Anderson. There
is no excitement here, and everything is
calm. la in allouphs that Major Anderson
will evacuate by Wednesd
Iti usy opinion, these-witoughtto know
are y posted; all are ready for a fight>
but if will slot be be...ur bi, to that. The
Admigistration evidently desire to throw
the edimu of the evaenotionujon Major
Anderson. A boat visited the fort to-day.
-gs ... ., u.
Wisal.voroN March'21---A despatch
fromLittle .Rock, received today froma
chizen uf Arkausas, states that, the Cou-
Yensionhadmissedthe Ordinance of Set
d:vidert,'to beatinatted for the ratificatiall
ofthepcople next August. Thus ample
time is Worded for the people of the State
tally to deliberate upon the question.
Wassumerox, March 20.-House, the
Collector at Key West, has been continued.
Adunnistration careles report, with an air
of authority, that no resuforcements will be
souL South, and that no orders have been
issued to reinfored Fort Pick Th
ena. is is
considered reliable.
The Consin....i ners from the C safeder.= to
States aresaltL to have been assured that
Fort Eunner would have been eyneuated to.
day, but was teinporarily postponed on ao-
twon) of some military techisicalities

ASHINGTON, March 20, P. M.-It la
reliabl rted b th aft repo ere is ernoon that
Lincoln intends maintaining the military
status in the Gulf forts.
.0apt. Fraser, of Mississippi, and Lieut.
0.1)urton, of80athDarolina, have resigned
their commissions in the Li. 8. Army.
Foreign goods are arriving, duty free
at St. Louis vils New Orleans.

isis understoodribat orders have been:is-
gued by the War Departidesit for the land
ing of troops and supplies for the relief of
Fort Pickens.

ASHINGTor, March 20.-Gentlemen
intimately connected wins she present ad.
ministration, say that whatever measures at
is pursuing, have no design whatever to
provoke war, but are of a peaceful charao-

WAssinozox, Mareh20.-TheCommia.
pioners are anxious to hear from Charleshou
to know if Lincoln is acting in good faith.
* e intimated that to evaenation of Fort

One hundred and fifty Washington volun-
teers kne offered their services to be
Southern Opufederacy, and will leave im,
mediately if scisepted.
Lies. Talbot, of Fort Salater garrison,
basbeen promoted to Assistant Adjutant
General with the rank of $*Feb Captain'


(Treasurer's Commoissions.)


Nov 15 To amtbrough over
being balance in cash
on last account.
1861. To nme received
pr an Us I oo bui er
from 15 Nov. isco to


.date (being one quarter.) 18.00

Cr. By Trensurer's Com.
Rece s $18.00@2) p. c. $20.2
Examined and approved 15tle Feb. 1861.
JAMES 11. SANCHEZ, Com. on
N. RO GERO Finance.
March16,1860. It


9 *9

r IIEsubscriberhanhepleasuretoannounce
Gorgo jin or st I as recentndezuin-
stillmore acceptable to the numerous guest
a as a 0 1. I t iv nw
During the Summer Months alterations and
addhions have been made materially increases
the capacny and conveniences of the house.-
Within the Instfew weeks the Proprietor has
te-furnished all the roome thoroughly and com-
pletely with the bestand most elegant furniture
selected by himself in the City of New York
without regard to expense and with a view to
render the "FLOREDA HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
The FLORIDA HOUSE as most advantagnous-
ly shunted enjoying a central location in the
City, abd at the same time commanding all
desirable retirement, as well as exemption from
bleark winds in winter. The rooms are large
and provided with fire places: the house is
surrounded irith verandahs four in number,
each one hundred festin extent. and protected
so as to turnish astelightful promewade even in
bad weather*
In the spacious gro:mds and gardens the var-
inus roses, discubbery and fruits of this climate
are found growing in perfection. .
The T able is unsurpassed, and furnished with
all kinds of asse this market affords.

pol lus e 1 la I nattendsTe ill be found
ex 1 i lop e iejilli timeenhdncee trl 8
comfort and securethesatisfactionothisquests
ex'clusnMul f thhoe liberal stronagemhi exito
Nov. 17 1860. 8m'

A few boArders on be accom-
dated wit the anecessary

thing Subs ntial by calling on
thoSubscriber, Corner of I'ressury Lane.
Dec. 8 1860. >


W^i"tEf r Phi Et fq an"
only 6 blls. Remaining. B. E. CARR.
Sept. 22=1860.

e ount on a i ae

ul i 1 at nClassical course is added. For
December Calr8T A. COWARD. Principals.
00 Bage for Hominy. Cow Peas for table
Nov. 17. -

IX months after date -I sihall apply to the
Judge of Probate of St. Johns County Flori-
da for a discharge from Administrator of Es-
tate of MOSES E. LEYY Into of said Count
Nov. 3 ff06 Administ stor.

11,000 Subserthers in a Single


MIS NOWS 8 0 101' de Time >

E' OR 1 8 6 1.

NoTWITHSTAND1NG the great money crisis
throughout the country, THE WrzKLTD.tollianic
has eived over eleven thousand subscribers
during the mouth of Januar), 18di, an increase
over the corresponding month of last yearw--
Thepubliemindia evidoutly discussing the great
problem of the destiny of the African race on
this Continent, and repudiating the delations
that the anti slavery press have fostered, while
THEDAY-BOOK, 1/te OR f@per IR the Nords that
challenges the fundamental errors of the Repub.
lican party, is becoming the great want of the
times. ,
Tax DAY-BOOK holds that this 18 & goverR-
ment of Warn MEN, andstil8tilif6Nortly Of 50-
cial and political position for the negro race,
and superiority fordie white race, is age naturnt
order of American Boniety. All, who want to
arzrns, and understand the in-gr ......1, ..,,
should read it. Democrats, Consortutional mes
must see to it that sound papers are circulated
AMONG THE PEOPLE, or Reptiblican princi-
ples will n I'Dq -TO forl861has been
gr tlyal p ve and vN ISne j 8A
LITHIARY NEWSPAPER, All combined istro
orie, and1st a cheaperrate than any other paper
ONE COPY (per annual $2 00

a uL AoL PE Sde a
(sub a tr He, or 2 send tea fre dolls at -
al- a. a un?. c y ob if .
reduced at every post-othee,.feqling confidant
hat most persons who read it for a short thus
vill take it, and use their efforts of still further
increase its circulation.. This oKer,. however,
nly applies t6 ane club offee, at eakh ofice and
onence, rise first who sesidia will be entitled to the
gratis copy. After solub of five rs formed, or
where a cigh is already formed, additions can al-

":?,pbenue eo ,m U c/ a &
free. -
Payment is required invariably MI ADVANCE,
Edit 0 0 10 le ti 8 8 nR & Da SEP-
eat so ass. Sub ierigitions can
When drafts canine obtained they are safer

c ion tre our o an
they on certify, a on eo eyd at lost, tha the
our risk.
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DULLAR per year. the.lowest club ratre.
All otAers should be addressed as follows, *
giving pos -odice, coT a steeN CO
162 Nastaw Street.16w York.
March 21801.



STATs or FLonloCH 18 us Covarr
I Certify the to
mlynq of Expendituor 13 b .
ty for and on Aa.
our lof said County from 1 March 1860 to 15
President Board0auntyPC m is ners

14arch 80 18(11 St John's County Florida.

I _


MegrSaf A TRSOF,
(Formly H. P DaesAAr,)
This establishment is eix stories in height, and
m ng it one of the
g,4gggggs ygggggaggg ggygg

Their 8took onsists, in part, or

Also, CANE &Rd WOOD BEAT work, all quali
large stock; ExAmman CHAnnsp Fastrut
I sets, from $22 to $100.
.Toppy Lind and Extenslan Po
6 feet wide pealsily for abo Southe a
t he fao ea for manufacturing dog som-
Phy..di NTLD. 4
ye go, ggyggggg 4
Alarch l0-1860 Sm.
MSliOBB 88tSRg IRim9R$.

whinthria n alone couM asurerthesweess
tism, dates a 1, we as a

in abansoo ate to A
with reference to die general estima on of the
ni enef nr me n cheerfully s a 4 no


$150. Your Liainsout is doing wonders up
here." Such testimony is reaching us every
IdTI That isUenw resolut in a rTns
genuine blustaug is sold by all respectable
dealersthroughoutthe world.
BARNES & PARK, Propsietors, New-Tork

Deatrays Esktly

"Nor mannous To rum IIman Finar."
"Costar's" R4tRoach,&aExtermina.
n ,,

-co.sar's neatric rowser, for In.
sects, &0.
a -==-"***-a-latic--
I' i' st!",2012"
in short, every form and speciesco

y *
10 Years establisheil in New York City-used
by the the City Post-Office-the City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamers, Ships,
Ac.-the City Hotels, "Astor." "St. Nicholas?
**--and by morethan 20,000 private fami,
Mir" Druggists and itetailere everwhere sell
Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities
and Towns.
w : 2 a sw..a s .<.,.rs... i.e.
Sp** $1,00 Sample Boxes sent by Mail.
any- Addressorders-or for ** Cironlar Le Dear
HENRY R, COSTARa Passolus. Dsrer,
512 BnoAnwAT (Opp ice St. Nichetas if a )
N. Y.
Alarch 2-1861. Sm
so manz.orfE S'fREE

I Tet's.2.Tig retaitdo
moon sCadid al*bortaient of fell8and winter dry
oeptances at sixty and ninety days cred with
approved endorsers. Orders from iny othatry
friends accom anied with the cash will be
prompty attenSed to with great care and attea4
2d m a ordrmyorce nth i
,as., was ,........,'s.....a..s:',ar...*
tire eatisfaction to the purobaser. All amounts
go sp;4**;;-* **; =,4 4=.
,os... ,,, a ,,,,,,,, z., q
D 8 I GOOD 8
conalating tif Frenchbroad Cloth, Itoklikin Csag
Ameree, Pilot cloths, satinetts and K. Jean.
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Unasimers, Ladies Cleth,
Alermosof sile-ators, Figuredandplain Delaness
grey stankets, negro mankets, English Meri
nees, Alskinaw stankets, begro Kersey, Msra-
much Prints, Ladies And misses 11ose, Gate
Merino under Shirts, Fancy cloaks, Mourning
Delaine, Genta Merino half hose, French and
English Cambrica, Red and whiteFlannels.

gas 28UQAltes.Just rueB


Beliable orders fiom (be Trade, by Mail or
P" ""*,y)E4i"'At a
93 Pearl Street, N Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
u e gi r e amNhee a & Bu $

6 p r oz .
Oct. 1 Ste


cannaturd i dm ter dy tH o I
aboty; the various kinds of IInts n order to
o 8 o p n r be s wi r

rimshat alleBewrer animerSPlubsh and relve
Plug Ugly Swell Head Ventilators, Regulators
rm Pah a & v L 1 at h man
always slept in his has. So hurrah for hats.
Nov. 22. T. NELSON

11 AL V

ASonhandeverf loadingBrandef theday
Givehimacalland examinefor yourselves
Dec.5. .

.WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, thathe inalway.
prepared to execute any orders, in bia
line, which they may favor him with. He has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
in, and Fancy Chasimers, Vestings, Neck
All orders executed in the best style of work-
manship, for cash only.
800 Acree situated about 6 miles from 86
vi" as rapists $ s gills my inas
bered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
is adapto Ito the cultivation of any crops grown
in she southern country. Also 80 acres of Land
situated about 17 ales south of St Augustine,
a place called Fish'is. For further particulars
applyte F. P. FERRETRA.
St. Augustine. July 14, 1860.
The Persian Fever Charm.
For the retention and cure of Fever and
Ague and thous Fprers. This wonderful re-

4,*,{ PC
Whi of a av tes, heez-
g;=,y we a q ,
men too Tm his person an Amulat, saying,
"Wear this and no Fever wiR touch you." Al-
and experienced immediate relief, and has since
slw afoundip etectualprotectionfrowall
Onfurther investigation he found that the
boatman attributed toit.miraculouspowers, and
eaid that it could only be obtained from the
a necon ersi no am is;
e eid ci ah ranodu"
of which it was compounded. The wonder tu
virtues of this article have induced a full be
liefib h minds of thedn ifr nts.the maracu-
Since hisrettirp to America, it, has been trity
with the happiest effect bjr several Ladies and
Gentlemen of high character, who have given
It the mpet unqualified praise. This remedy
having been a speesticin Persia for hundreds or
years, for the prevention and cure of Fever
and Agile sad Bihous Fevers-is now offered
to the American people,
It will be sent by mail, prepaid, with (pl1
d 1 a e a d u s y .Main
r cDu@ 3gVS BroachkOflindBank a 4 pm-
ul 14 1860. JOHN WILOUX 42


for sals in Sq. Augustive Egg
5. 5, CARR
April 101860. *
EGETABLES, 7*48, Corn, ke. to.
liopf 22-180@(


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stereoscopic Negatives wanted,
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Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Watch.
... exa was and aware chains,
ease ex .sea \non., son

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gas, Gold Kings, &c. Ac'
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Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast. Pine
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Buttons, Gold Bels slides, Gold Rings. &0. &c.
Also, Finaos, Melodeons, Musical Boxes, Ac-
cordeons, ac. &0.
Unexceptionable references given whenever
re uired.
State, u 78aen w pinlam a ear
letters being miscuried.AliGLE & CO,*
308 0AMAL STRRETM( 4 .

Prospeatusof the Daily and Weekly
agp* 80011 WILLBE THE PRO.

".Ti t' rT""\ ',"'Mm#.
a dai per in dia oity, that, we fan it
absol necessary to commence the pub-
lication the DAILY OBSERVER ON
MONTH, 8EPTEMBER. It will alwayh
sealously, but respectfully, co-operate wit
the Democracy of Florida in mamtaining
the principles of she party within its limits.

State will reserve doo attention.
The interests ofour bonutiful and grow-
ing oisy will be lookg4 after with cotingent

outvb ad12nds t tja 6 the
latest news ofthe day, poports sof markets
and carefully selected matter of value and
parity for the family circle. Particular
attention willbe 'ven to matters and thin
parring in Alabama and Florida.

Mart.T Usennysa. 810 06
Watsr de .. 1 -2 50

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nausson op ) per ecut on al mousy trans-
mitted tons.
Penneola, Aug. 24, 1860.
Health and Emppiness Secured!
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the cosicentratei(ture !
mass or age
a n 7 ozAxe rr IIIn crzoTstore to

sNaturalStateof Health and Vigpr, persons
weakened by excess, or by
'his preparation is nota STEMULENT, but

Sendforsairedularr strediitcarefullyand
,Csabe T4 Onevial iUlasBamonth.

K. ORUGER, Anant,
"Wo.742 Broadway, W. Y
For 8sic 6y Alruggest Beerywhere.
A raluable Medical Treatise on disease and
For Bale asabove. Price 12 Cones.
be ,by Trybody,


T.B. Chambers. Plano Maila-
(Formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dubols,
Bacon & Chambers.)
Wareroome in the "Bible House s,
Cor. SthStreet A,4tla Avenne*
Thiaissreliable placeto p rehase. Orders
letter faithin executed, d perfoot sa e-
A nB for a eireder, with des4tion of
styles andsakeduld of .
Mareh81-1860. paces Sa.
$ OB H OfiH .
gives the latestand most reliable political, com-
mornial and goeral news from all parts of the
world. Iss special correspondents furnishby
Mailand Telegraph, full and early recounts of
everything of interest that transpires in the
great cities othropeand America.
The NOWS Of the South recetres
liet 08.
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No paper so les the ensA accowepanies the
8 B.RHETTjr.,
Nov. 10 1800 Charleston S. 0.

a ne a by eaaligold ring. The
Nov. Is, Isoo. G. IBBS.
afEEPDin a White Lead, Turpentine
not Ch bG ck Lead, Letherage, Glass, .
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Hept. 15. JesE. 0 ARA
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dicine in the World.

100,000 packages
sold in Georgia and
BOuth Carolina in
OUrte6B IllOHtuS. It
is warranted to

cure if directions
RFO fOllowed, any
ORS6 Of Dy S pepsia,

Liver .Disease,
Jaundice, General
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for sale St. as agustsks &
April 14--1860*
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now onabled to of teris to me Tradest

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photometrical examination, by Ed'4 N. Kent
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