Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: April 13, 1861
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00234
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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LANDOPERMISOUTRI bloodbomids bagerto drag him before.s companions. supporters of the Republie. This was

Am; ri 4 / sout." mock tribunal, and send him to the guillo. aYod're a pretty hosand a sweet one," enough. Jacques Debes was instantly ar.
LAire of the South! the fairest land tine. In thoseawful days it was death to resumed the spokesman, turning to Marie; rested, tried, convicted, sentenced, and
PWW5.585KED EVERY SATURDAY Beheath Columbia's sky any citizen to succor or consent the proscri- "but for all that, we'll have to make a guillotined before sunset.
Proudly her hills of freedom stand, bed; but with a noble impulse, born of search. Duty you know is duty!" as if by When Marie Villey reached her home
Her plains in beauty lie high and holy nature, the girl exclaimed, way of ,apology. and the secrecy of her own apartment, she
St.AHgglSilple, St. 1011R'S CO.,Flag Her dotted fields, her traversed streams quickly and quietly, without a gesture or "Oh, certainly, citizens-do your duty! became violeiaely agitated concerning the

La eir inn sal we igeh so dreams change of position: returned Marie, with well-assumed calm- stranger, and the terrible ordeal through
SA ATT 8 IA 8 R ANDREU No dearer spot we view. In here. ness; only do not put me to any unneces- Which she had passed on his account. Was
PROPRIBTOB. oillaplimeMaa*3 --ea eE POP" @@ Max of the South a free-born race, :. and pn sa iscl ee d her, ear troub asweWtell you fast as last, a shauntdu t at must be
: GER & CO., No. If* 8 re 4. be.s lock. They vouch a patriot line; ov6r the threshold without uttering single pFlioceddd the other, that' if we find that low, without light, a dro of

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM ahpean as to user..h a ana """ Ty sire and son a hallowing lighs Quick l" said the girl, looking down will follow. She was sitness afraid to deseend to him;
IN ADYANCE. ggx Through time is borne along: the street as if following him with her "Oh, very well; if you lied any stranger and yet shqmust see him, take him food,
GIn as a Remedlal Agent' They "nothingaek but what is right, eyes; "run back to the third inner room, here, you may arrest me as quick as you and, if possible, effect his liberatio ith

a / int samural wm be inserted onthe A.T e B'0 D NDONO,01C9K REN" f Mes And yield to 2iothing wrong." dare under the bed, lift a trap-door and de- please," returned the girl with a pleasant out the face coming to the knowledg of
One Dollar per square, of twelve lines and been a favorite with the profession for many PAm of the South! rarehenuty's crown scand to the vaults, secureing the trap on able, which appeared to be natural. Nay, her father, or any other human being.
anderbarose Mr. reioin, "id seventy-Five 71 is wit i Sand a ,e ans liase@ Ye wear with matchless grace; the lower side." she added, gravely, since you have said so Long, long were the hours that preceded
early advertisers shall be limited to the tions have been followed. It is evidently the No classic fair of old renown She had not finished the senetace, when much, I shall insist upon your making the the dead of night; and then, with every-
space contracted & .nit oto rax u all be in ode I carefulbdistillation-theMacti Deserve a higher place the pursuers of the fugitive, four rough- search, that neither my father DOr self may thing prepared, Marie, yith trembling
w an n advertise. Any advertisement as to give to the spirit a very delicate, fruity Tar vestal robes alike)become looking fellows made their appearance lay under the imputation .of conspiring hands, worked back the apper floor, and
as properly conna dwh bu nee on tde yo had etchaes et na Wives, mothers, daughters! every home around the corner. T84 foremost was by against the welfare of the nation. tried to raise the trap. It was fastened
mat rten unt contracted for. the ginshi the market, and after a very careful Ye make a cherished spot. her side in an instant, and said fiercely: Her words and manner convinced the b'euenth. She tapped lightly upon ig again

di o 1 etenti t I 1 o FI, of the South! Ah, fling its folds Th lb vt in silence, ten small, a at h80 gh eimmocen undestr ai 6 e do ed fro b olker .heart, a
agg, Five Dollars will be charged for all an- InOC erymhousell icand u souncements of Candidates for Oflice, in ad- selling such an aPticle at a fair price this old Of freedom on the seas! just below her; and with a howl rather Then, taking an othei- large drink of wine, tone, putting her lips-oloseto the planks.
ass Obituary notions, when they exceed six Knicketibookerehouse are doing much for the Forever may its stars and stripes than a shout, the man darted by and plung they withdrew, greatly to the relief of It was immediately nufastened, and
lines in length will be charged for at advertise- mpCOLTON SALTER. M. 9* In cloudless glory wave; ed into the opening, followed by his com. Marie, who, fancying the danger over, sat gently raised.
ing rates. 8 West39th Street, N. Y. Esd, white and blue-elernal types panions. down and wept for joy. "May God its Heaven bless
contract advertisements payable quarterly) "BININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN" Ofnationsfree and brave Alas for th obl you, noble
advertisements from strangers and transient possesses all the qualities that can be desired for The girl now turned bsek into the shop, on e girl! the danger was girl!" said.a low; melodious voice, as the
persons; payablein advance. Allothers willbe this highest and noblest use of all wines or Surra of the Sotsth I the patriot's baset! trembling with fear at what she had done, not yet past-her greatest trial was yet to eyes of the fugitive rested upon the lovel
sonsideked due when called for.- - $10 00 lo f d n re sthe stil ju Here equallows have sway; and her own narrow escape, but Fearetely come. Boarcely had the milians taken face and fairylike form of his heroic pre
Legal or Business Cards, pr an - 10 00 pungentandilavorous with the aromatietincture Nor tysant lord, nor despot host, rejoicing that she had been permitted tq, their departure, .when a small, sinister- BETV0r.
ti pplication for Letters of Administra- 5 00 heem rar m anAt ilots utell v is t Th2 t remer xke mr .to sea, save the stranger. No one knew, as she looking young man entered the wine shop. Putting her finger to her lips, as a sign
orice to Deblers and Creditors - 7 00 mildnese-a smooth oily body-andan almost And crown the queenly isle:_ believed, of his being beneath that roof but Well, Jacques," said Marie, gravely, of caution, Marie, with a light in one hand
lication for dismasant as Adminis- 10 00 i j>dt e a ofuojial abiclh r n)d ed ill- Union of love and liberty, herself ; no one else had seen him; her "how can I serve you?" and a basket of provisions, water and wine
ag- All1sills for Job Printing, dust be paid its sparking liquid purity leaves nothing for the 'Neath heaven's approving smile! domestic was above stairs, arid her father By becomiDg Blf Wife," retUrned the in the other, desecoded to the vaults be.
sa the delivery of the work, eyIn od ion, the writer must remark that Gou of the South! Protect this land was not at home; and, as she had thrown Uttle man, with a bold and confident aii: low.
pyM MALE. AfEssas. A. M. BININGER & CO., 19 Broad From falso and operfoes I the bloodhounds on the wrong sent, both "Jacques, how many times will. it be ne- -W have come at last, sir, to saye yon,"
Y rirtue of an Execution issued out of the a pr are tabsPwTI st e the enti Guided by Thine all-ruling halid were safe, cessary.for me to tell you that will never said she gaining with a look of pure com-
CircuitCourtfor thesountier ef Yelusinand large, for having introduced astiamsh at of such In vain will hate oppose. So, ab least., she reasoned, as she wed marry you? Why this constant importuni- passion upon the pale, handsome face of
aroverdinche Eastern Circuit of Florida nud tc unexceptionable purity and unequivocal power, So moto the ship of8tatemove on back to take every precaution against a ty? vexing and annoying me wherever you the stranger.
le at 2 8 ur or1 lia a {\es pre n a cursuies agent, an a iUpon tl e us a^s a re search in, the everit of a suspicion being can. I will no longer submit to it. I "Noble girl," he replied, in a tremulous
levied upon and will expose for sale at Susan- JournalandMedical Unrette. T..e b .1mal rI r.ubsequently C.Islened IIp--n her. The old now wara you thatif you again address me tone, his eyes Jilling with tears, "what can
new man aim on a 1 to hoen 3 December 1 18 house iD which she lived had been built on the subject, I shall acquaint my father. I ever do to repay you ? Alas! it is be-
lowing described land, to yvit An undivided THE POOR MAN 0 1503fG long RDregior other father's time, and had Y6n know his temper, and I trust you will yond my power; your reward must come
. or he Th .unuj 1 11. dil. L 1 17 1 I ann on a I 0--- probablyonce bden used to secret smug. not force me to make hhn your enemy." from above. Earth has no adequate re-
us,. gr..aW$$.,wading usu.>.r are ne. -9 4 -M aint.wersha n.y brii skp:n - -e gled good .4441 gypts, the trap door 'fl undeastand, Marie, I unherstand," compense forameh a child of Heaven."
Mi h 8T dnTou uly on 0 One earthly joy were known I under, th@ bed was latemfwth&- coverea -moured thyothem"Lo anob jetlogg _*fghs 'ayw_ year must_ have suffered !"
.4 to John M. Hanson, et, at. Illfil IFFY by another iloor aiding over it, which but you will not get rid of moo easily for said Harie, with endtion; "and yes it was
M da n lasale is postponed until the let Onh to th enje illsome' could be easily worked to its placebo some i all that. Do you see that building over not my fault; I could not come to you
The above sale is postponed until the flat But they are gone, and I am left concealed machinery in the walls, when the way? Of course you do! Well, it sooner; and I dared not let another know
as in Jun e is postponed until the first a a A homeless.orphan child. nothing but one solid floor would be visible. has windows, has it not? Exactly so. Now that you were concealed in a place that I
Nowayin July. Isee the golden fle bl But in order to get this second floor over Jacques Debes, being at one of those win- feared would be your grave."
The above sale is postponed until the faret The enterprising proprietor of But none my hea tecan soboo the first, it was necessary to lift up the bed dows an hour ago, saw a very nice young Then, as she urged him to eat and pre-
;nz laion j I s postponed until the Arst CHESNUT GROVE WHISKEY. For sorrow'abeaten path is there, and each article of furniture; and as Made gentleman dart in here. He was pursued pure for flight, she related, in an artless,
Monday in Septe nber next. (The Purest Medicinal Agent ever known,) And not flower will grow. Villey could not get the aid of the domes, by the commissaries of the Revolutionary straightforward manner, all that had occur-
io{0 a so poned until the firm haes t shenddthe ommiumt a S3thnulaen Still through the happy crowds of men tie, without giving some reason for this Tribunal, and they were directed further red durthg his incareeration.
The above sale is postponed until the first mild delicious beverage. It is calculated to do I walk in silent p unusual proceeding, which might prove on by Marie Villey. They did not find "My guardian angel," he said, taking
M nds n FreniiberP .oned until the firs Kay eto I reity, Id a is ijij And with a warm od-day" I seek dangerous afterwards, she was obliged to him, however, and came back here in her hand, pressing his lips to it, and weep.
Monday in December next. body and mind. In addilion to the cerGticates To drive away my grief. accomplish it alone, and was at least a half search; but honied words and good wine ing like a obild, "What have you not suf-
moT a na ,s upostponed until the fast ne a s, Irie hasUrece ed a 1:} avt fro I Oh, gracious God! thou still doat give hour in completing it to her satisfaction. sent them away without the fugitive. Oh, fered because of me ? And who am I,
The shore sale is postponed until the first ditional testimony from DR. JACKSON, of Bos- Somejoys my life to bless, She had just returned into the front shop, .now I see, by your pale face, quivering that Heaven should -have sent me such a
Th $ar tponed until the first to tr to testifies under oath to its absolute For fromon high the angles come heated and flushed from this labor and ex. lips, and trembling hands, you understand deliverer ? Pardon me! language has no
Monday in March next. CER IFICATES, To me with kind caress. citement combined, when the leader of the me. It is well; lam glad lam understood; power to express my feeling; my heart
Ms p l\ L.postponed until the Arst Philialelphia, Sept. 9th, 1858 And in each little town the churcis ruflians milked slowly and deliberately into for now you will quickly choose between swells with emotions too deep for utterance;
The above sale is postponed until the first nu 1 le s e tNue8 . Rears uptowardheaven its spire; the apartment, followed, at the same gain, .Jacques Debes and the guillotine." Icanonlysay, Godblessyoul Iflhaddied
agendaysin Mss ine c. stponed until the first that it containenone of the Poisonous Substance Thy word is preached, add I may hear by his villainous companions. All four **Villainbegone!" cried Marie, indig. here, is would have been with that prayer
monday in June known as Fusil Oil, which is the characteristic The organ and the choir. stopped in the middle of size room and nantly. "I would choose a thousand on my lips. Aly greatest sufferings, noble
The above sale is postponed until the fant a curious ingredient of the whiskeye in Btill do the happy sun and moon took a keen bits quiet survey of every thing guillotines before so base a heart, as yourst girl, have been on your second. 1 feared
a v lenT.postponed until the fast BOOTH, GARRET & CAMAC, Shine lovingly on me; ",and allout the apartment; and then the Adies, then, my pretty saidl" returned all thatyousay had taken place; and could
Monday in August next, Analytical Chemists. An when the twilight shades oyme down, leader, advanced straight, to the girl, took Debes, with mock politenese; "you shall my appearance have saved rasbor than des-
a a poned until the Ares I have analyzedNew Yo Sepe t ove Isit and talk with Thee. hold of her arm, and bringing his rough have your choice; and when your head troyed you, I should have made my pro,
The above sale in postponed until the Arst Whiskey, received from fr. Charles Wharton, face near, and his black, piercing eyes to falls under the bloody knife, I will bribe sence known when I heard the search go-
h n .ner/ poned until the Arst tI eas d tealthaty & arefull tested I ies a e eeop by death~ bear upon hers, said in a low, menacing the executioner to save is f*r me." ing on above me. Oh, what a world is
Mbuddy in November next. from poisonous or.deleterious stibstances. It Then I, in flaming robes, shall come, tone, a he said this, he turned on his heel thia Demons and RDg013 walking side
Thde a ove salebis Ins2oned until the first isdu anally pure and fine flavored quality of With Thee, great God, to feast. It Wan't day girl-he's in here!" and darted out into the street, leaving by side to the gates of Peath, where they
The above sale is is postponed until the Arst JAMES R. OHILTON, In spite of herself, Marie trembled and poor Marie the picture of mate despair. separate forever, the one to soar into re*
Ede ab v 1 a p6o Lponed until the first Bo t ,qi6a1co m A ROMANCE OF LIFE. turned pale; but fearing the lives of her She would have recalled him,. though she giouslof light, and the other to plunge in.
Monday in Februs 16ave mades obesical analysis of commer- BY EMERBON BENN T father, herself and the stranger might de- scarcely knew for what; but it was already to rea ars of darkness.
la postponed until the Arst cle samples ofeChesnuthGrove VFbi eOilwhich pend upon the manner of her reply, she too late; he was gone; aind her wildly An hour later, the stranger, refrea ed
The above sale is postponed until the Srst perfectly pure and unadulterated. The fine The scene in Paris during the bloody summoned back all her nerve, and answer- throbbing heart told her too truly whith>r by food and wine, was secretly conducted
Monday in April next. flavor of this Whiskey is derived from the Grain reign of terror. ed with quiet dignity and wonderful com- his a were beat to the street by Marie, where he silently
Wm.B, DAVIS, used in manufacturing it. Respectfun teps Look his d
Astling, Sheriff Brevard County. A. A. HAYES, M. D., SouteA er, In one of the unfashionable quarters of posture: Two houralater, Marie Villey was ar- rature in the darkness, his
Msrels 5th-1859. No.16, Boylaton Stre that theiI great lifaugliteffielcT,~itikTai it 44s-not my father as of she people? rested aridisiint to rzao accused of name still known to her, god his hand.
Fok Sale by B. $8' G STINE dark and dingy street, whose high, angular, arid am I not his daughter ? Beware, eiti- coaling and favoranpg th escape of p f r e : I eing seen as she belies
AGENTS WANTEDi .......2,.. 2 irregular houses almost met above, and ex- son, how you insult the family of an hon- the Republio. Her father, learning the n Yeare rolled on, the Reign of Terror
7 eluded even the noonday sun from the den- est man. facts, became nearly distracted, denied the ceased, and the Directory, Consulate, and
IR Wel*y County of the United xxwe's mor*FNTAIN MILITARY izens below, a pale, slender, delicate girl, The ruthan released her arm, and mut* charge, and demanded a thorough search Empire in turn succeeded. Marie Villey,
g gggg BCHOOL, with a sweet face and heavenly eyes, stood tered, with a downcast, sullen look: of his premises. This was done; but noth- a ru in a year testi artanmarried,
YORKVILLE, 8 C, in the door of a wine-shop, looking toward If I'm wrong, I'm willing to take back ing to justify the chargeagains his daught. est living, when tale stranger, whoin so
TO engage in the sale of some of time heat and the nearest corner, from whych, though she my words or was discovered. Being a man of some had so nobly saved at the peril of her life
usapsub i b C ien to ou% na #ir can a had as yet seen nothing, came wild shouts, a If you still think there is a stranger influence among those in power, he man- made ha appearance in her humble quar.
character, ad 0 to the wants of the farmer, mies, of which the Prinesepals are and the quick patter of running footsteps. concealed here, you are as liberty to search aged to have the trial of Marie take pinee chrs. e ha iscovered her residence by
bbe os a ar jrd y an)8 as be as nant nChuislealoeourse is add d. For The new instant a young man, well dressed, the premises. Will you take some wine ?" on the day following her arrest; and m ance, after long bol x e sehderhj be no
anner, and are worthy a pine in she Library 31AJ. M. JENKINS' Princi als. without covering for his head, his long, The leader glanced as his companion, though the wicked Jacques Debes was sude with impassioned eloquence, and on-
or every liouseholain the hand. December jPT A. COWARD. F dark hair streaming in the wind, his eyes and nodded an affirmative, and the girl present and stated all he had seen, yet the clouded by offering the hand of that hears
he gT n prise and anistrio s * glaring, and his handsome face gastly with quickly placed some tumblers and a deean. judges seemed to have doubts of her guils, which tureye a had been here. She ac.
profstable employment seldomto be met a sh. GREAT CURIOSITY. terroreame bounding forward. A single ter before them. When they had all drank, and she was acquitted. cep r, and the nuptial.ceremony
MP Persons desiring to act we agents will E have one ofthe greatestauriosities and glance was suffloient to assure the noble- the spokesman observed, with a chuckle: Then an unknown voice aeoussed Jahquiss wa 0 kmed IPt'nvad a 6 nho MU she
r***iveprdomeplyby mailfullpartic"ulars, terms, most valuable inventions in the known hearted, sympathette girl that sh'e looked <'If that wine ever paid impost, then I Debes of being at hears a counter-revolu- named as Mousieur, le Colopto de V
As., by GETS & Co., Publishers, "aC, fairflhich we want agents everywhere- upon one of that unfortunate class whose 'm no sinner tionist, who was seeking to bring justice drey. A noble notion thus met a isoble
SHAW & CLARK, Siddeford, Maine, erime it now was to have been well born uThen it's quite certain that th& wine into bad repute, by aiming for the overthrow reward, and the last days of Marie Villey,
](e. 224 Morth seconA*West, Philadelphis. Nov. 8 1809. St. and bred, and who was lying from human never paid impost," grinned one of his of those who were known to be staunch ibe Count a of Vandre, *were both brit.

lt EDITORIAL, the right, will meet them hand to hand, the dismissal from government employ of
e- I and steel to steel. In such a confliot of the inuuman keeper of Jupiter light, and
r- We reiterate agnia and again our disbe- arms, I have every confidence that none the just commendation of the noble and
a- lief in the peaceful intentions of the Aboll- w ena d sooss agallant3 or n. generousimpulsesof Capt.8mith. D.
n tion Government at Washington; .every hunters of the First Florida Regiment. All [Correspondence of the N. Y. Day-Book.)
ld thing confirms us in the opinion that they of you have made some-many of you very Free Negroism in Mexico.
a- mean war, if they can devise the ways and great enerifices to ser ve your country, in lYAsumoros, Mafoh 20, 1861.
ne means of carrying it on successfully; it this r ourtohf n ter e souer tr re lieve telegraphed you once or twicedu
e seems to us that only those whd'are wilful- greater the merits and that when you re- cana in regard 0 ei .eT now wTyou
ly blind can he deceived; what, meari those turn fromthe tented field, an appreciating more fully, Corwin is to go there to carry
ll delays in relation to the Forts-and all the public sentiment will great you, and you out the free negro policy of the Republi-
n- other shuilling, but to gain time, to carry will receive as you will richly merit, the cana. If they cannot the South by
he out some designs they are coneceti thanks of all good and true men. You may excluding slaveryy" fr APc Te stories,
"E be eniled upon to submit to many priva- th are determined to do it by th d of
on against ne; that the Country is hot this 81000 &Dd discomforts, but you will in after E land, in pit..ig Mexicoureder he pro-
y. moment plunged into a Civil War, is ow* life, regard it your higiver privilege, tes*,ast.- s:Jr J by the Lutole Governme.u
a ing not to their forbearance, but to their lives a member of the p.2!.ar.r Reyou,.t this ..II be done at onee, by negotiat-
r- fears. They are getting things on a War of Forida Y y,. footing, but with a third of the flower and a and I unt to di fadlilies a eandk] stood that England will send at the short-

Cu their Arulye goledfro eathem, for thel r prompt wantiq.x w sich you u6 pr mos umber of troo
n go, if they be required to fight their breth. I am, yours wa y arily, of freedom southward. IPthey OAD OD(0
D OreD 888 FOTUJer Comrades, she Navy in 141 S PERRY pen up free institutions, no matter how,
pretty usuob the same category, they do 1VRECK OF A YAt."i-IT 11.,) lamps: :he titn is not far distant when
ns not feel very sure of a successful issue. In Isranastine rawrzomxas or win:Loss or was a son 1- 1publapse monare.. or at
r- that event, we have not a very on ted op. MARY KINGSLAND, OF KMW ORK-ELEVEN ment essentially like England.
e inion of the prowess of the motley hands ^YS OF SUPPERINGOF A FAMIL ON AFLORIDA lYhilst the Border ,Sters-s sra talking
4 tyaf w,81.rassuryso has h.,anglue. .w Lu,--massaw.x 04.course s.sases- And n gotiatingirkh4he Nepublicatruggir's
t. judging of thern from their renowned lead- a xTs a sT a 6 n th edi o des hem Th
ir ors-the Hero of the Scotch Cap and is more danger in the alliance between the
re Cloak, theirSumners, Rickmans, Marlin- 82nmenzr Unuwn, FLORIDA COAST, Republicans of this country and the Tory
n, games and a host of other gallant Cavaliers lklarch lo, 1861. Monarchists of England, than in any and
ee of the same stripe, whose courage like Bob TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEARE.D. 8 Other phases of the **al.avery question
p- Aeres' is apt to ouse out at the palms of An incident of more than ordinary in. combined. It iS htLuRibish 16.11, is does
er their hands. But let us not be deceived terest occurred this morning, which for not startle every patriotic man in the
m these malignants mean TYar-and wil" many reasonsis worthy of more than the country.
o. have it if they can carry out their schemes usual logbook notice. Tuz METAPhYSICAL TAIUFF -Mord 8
e if the American people will consent t' About nine o'clock our lookout diEGOVer- titrif reminds usef the Scotchusan's defini-
y havethisfair Country deluged with blood, a ni ot(disbtee fl b antdap u w h is ken sea a
i and its prosperity and happiness forever Smith at once stood in for the week, ap nae body else hens, that's metaphysics."
blighted, to satisfy the belligerent and preaching as near as prudence would war- And that is the Morrill tarif. The most
malignant demands of the Black Republie ran, and ordered his best surf boat, under experienced menin the New York Custoin
d can lenders, who seem willing enough to the command offirst eflicer J. B. Baker, to flouse declare that they esnnot understand
e and other to fight, themselves condorts. attempt res e ofnheP unfortunate ineu st----that it ise Pnossible to esti atele
is bly reclining on velvet cushious as Wash- the steamer. With intense anxiety we front a neighbor of) orrill's, that he is now
i. ington. Will the noble minded Demo. watched the heroic Baker and his trust in great trepidation lest he should be sent
f- orats and Conservative men of the North bones crew as they dashed sinong the brea- for by the Treasony Departmept to explain
-, one drop of wbone blood is worth all that iku n tit1o eed into die a and no as eshouL obear t jn eco a
r- 110we through the veius of these craven, the heaob is gained, and the noble surf pr>babality he would'abseend in te me
f will they be willing to aid and abet in Ofis boat measures her lenght upon it. The time. All the great interests of the cous
a unholy warfare-wo trow riot. Thank family are gathered, and the wife and moth- try are in- jeopardy by being under the leg-
w Heaven! we have a Government-which er, with her two obildren and two nieces, islation of an incompetent party When
tho' is desires Peace on honorable terms, is eep et of to Acad no tbbe Old I ined hisoCabine "seq usa i2
d yet determined to maintain its rights-aud comes Intense as the boat, with its precious ions can the renegade Democrats and rene-
to defend its honor and dignity-trusting freight, again dares the frightful breakers. gaile Whips have or enek other? Bits the
s in God and our right, we are prepared to The captain,' with apyglass in hand, was most singular face of the Addisistration is,
r meet the Foe,*aud tec them beware of the watching every movement of the little that Old Abohns nGt the 12ast confidence
y day, he/an outraged people, "shall meet rafta l them battle sirray;" vision; is denied as though we said hear have any co didence in one another ?-R
**------ the beating of every anxious heart about Y. Day Book.
r LETTER FROM GOV. PERRY. ixtuil the capan exte i ned in triumph, -------
, EXEOUT r 6 qu8 EN gida the trial of another peril camei From the J seksaur I tfederacy.
e Ca e. T. A. MoD an1 2; :e. th. 1.2... ILL.:. l...unpiled over The death of the Senior Editor of this .
o '^ "" me angry tar...L. ,, .nJ el... Lashands and 1 por, .rld..b we ........r.L..J .0....< rin...
n' hathan was. =.11. Its<.. .ms, red blu.i' Ia use, loguelphor useh adessryte-respobdrgg at
Dy81a:--lasu practualbuse mEn@ behadbbe TI..s 4. ...>.1 yield other 1.rr.n=.c..u...Is, La., saidu...:.4
sing the departure of th$ brave Volunteers turned out to be the Mary Kingsland, of the.Junior Editor, to o!Fer flic sale, his en-
r for Pensacola, as intended, by a and from New York, owned by Christopher tire interest, together wjth the books, Con
- tack of Neur..1gia, induced by excessive ex enjo nifor e .el stS saidledfrom tracits,4cljapportaining to thetp pulr. He
t posure. I am at a loss for language in and touched ith various places for she pu/ I suter to to negetta & osvu)eedsa e
s which adequately to expressthe deep re- pose of eunbling her passengers to give his late PartnerpMr. Gourd n, with a view
h grets this disappointment has given rise to. theatrical performances. These eonainted ofeffeatually winding up theconceru.-Che
d The very prompt manner in which the of the two brothers and their families. Her | paper is in a most flourishing condition x,
several Companies have responded to site Inst place of departure was Sh Augustine> enjoying a large subscription and advertis.
call upon them to'take up arms in defence Fla, March 1, bound for Key TYest- The oili terial, Pr
of the rights, interests and honor of the On the morning of March 5, about five a a excellous enjr, and arr
f State, and of the Cogfederato States, is de- o'clock a heavy northeast gale broke upon opportunity is offered to any party wishth
serving of the highest praise, and I beg to the liale craft, and, despite their best ex- to assume the duties of Editorial life.
tenderin the name of the State, my air- ertions, they found themselves doomed to bargain is aftered. Apply soon to
core thanks and highadruiration, in every be driven on the Florida coast. sy. B. BADLER
instance, I have had but to say, yourocun- Yielding to the fury of die tempest, they
e try needs your services, and the hearty, headed for the beaoh, and,- nerved 06 su. 'I'azSouruses Tak.vaxTLANr10SPEAlla
manq response, rectd.q sye, ready at a too- perhuman efforts, met the awful orash of sure CoxPANT.-The newly org nised
unent a warning has been given. Of the the beach and surging billows; and, bruised Liverpool and Charleston Steamship Com-
r causes which induce these warlike pre a- and exhausted, reaped the phospitable any, tutended to establish a direct trade
. rations, it were useless for me to speak, id shore, between the South and Europe, is likely to
time permit. They are too deeply engraved Daylight soon revealed the surrounding prove a suce..u. Tin: of
in the minds of every reflecting- and to desolation. A rude tent, formed from their subEdipliOD *.*.11..*1 bar W is (DA.1,1)I).1, (Jp.
require my hands. It would topsail, was their only shelter from the wards of $300,000 bi, ..Iruady been cale.-ug
be a bootless task for me to enunnerate the again After three days of suffering the and we are reliably me.>..i.edth a she that
continuous wrougs, injuries and insults, two brothers started for Jupitorliglithorise, vessel willleave 14iru.p.,al t:m Coul--st-m
inflicted upon the South for the Inst quar- distant eighteen miles, leaving their fami- about use middle of July, to be fugowed
tes; of a century, at site hands of a wicked lies to the tender therotes of the hears and by a soooed about the flyt of August. The
perverted Government. To allof our panthers, which nightly powledabouttheir ships will be of the largess dimensions,
treaties, w'arnings-and protests, a deaf ear tent, bwilt of irou, litish water-tishe compart-
has been given, or if heard at all, only in Their appeal for aid for Weir suffering 24cnts; the moolve .power irill be on the
so far asto attempt to encoil us the more families failed to move the inbuman Inglis,. aus.Isary so.e.v principle. Alesava. Laird
pecurely in the meshes of sectiousily unjust keeper. They could obtain not even a bis: & Co.; me odebased 8sotch sh;pbuilders,
minale-thus addin insult to injury.- eut. With empty hands *and heavy hearts own a large share of the stock in use new

0 ab olitic ign J b thwh llldy una the turned too[hleir sufferinogdamiliesbta company
pism even of the worshippers of negro sai, or to meet starvation's bitter end. To The JilaglialtPress and the Confeders
equality, acts of usurpation and of oppres- the nurth was the inhuman individual who : Me States.
tion hitve accumulated, GDti th0 pr088UTO Oared not for their sufferings; to the wess The englishs h Papers show that the pub.
has broken this last fibre of ti e chard alrea- the impenetrable swamps, and on the south lio mind is sixach exercised about affairs la.
wi streto' d to ils utmost te smashandrsev- tant a usa me an he a thia Govery. It is plain that Weir inter.

them,) Florida among them, have in the ed, they might r might posprocure relief. ears wO lead them so the Sunshern Con-
*(erciss .,fLL.-ir igitiggh-soureiggtgr,,alk T.andays.and--sighted-fearful shircrin,. federacy and they arknis I.hac England one
kinualipt.un....1sonnectibowishtheted- andforehodingscama nod weak and no tavenoebosoe but so maknowledge the
oral 0018}800 0 081011, alli )]&79 TOBtlBOff pBSSing 841 SAW Or he8404 their fiRg Of $18- now Reptiblio.
of right, the power delegated for specifle tress: During this time the party usibsis-
purposes. This was but a legitimate exer- ted a asqly as the tops of the Pakietto Catholies alact Israelites.

1 d ch de a r I o CaThhoeic at ah ty a br eT4 -
and to perform the functions for which it ted of Ubristopher O. Scots and two daugle a s6 i8 li Q ab r, 'be landlites
was created, it in the right and duty of the ters, aged fourteegand fifteen years; Dan- assia da we on more and more com
8?vers d to alter and abolish it. The Ru- forth L. Scott, ble wife,' and two child. @ueed t.ha due secesstonists are right.''
in to al I ameteo a id ints je6 1 Yon6ged a di t layearsn ti 1 apd both journals inve contained several
and use act witti all the poper thatin skin attentions of Capt. Smith, and the offsoers as or; 6' s of shamprinci le of .0,
lies, even with life itself if useds be. I and passengers of the Ositawba, oon made
still epo a 1 e Ir th a teh gic 4tCFea happ onitupp TEitRIBLE F.LMINE,-file famine 14

afat se Hump Goversiment, and that a peace- left behind them on the beach. A geqe. India is desolating clue Northwesters -pro- .
ful solution of our difficulties may yet be rous 0, tribution among the officers ung vineea for a thound miles so onent.
had. Untshouldmadnesseotatinuetorule passengers attested their All sympathy Humaliejugaweredying as the rate at
the hour-abould we De compelled to resort with the sizifering and desticuse strangers. 400 or 500 a day. Mot as.:iike selling
to the stern arbitratnent, the Sword, then 'j'wo things accomplished and the writer their children as slaves for tid. each, tune
we will unforl'aur Banner to the breeze, will be content. The scorn and derision of they may have bred, if only 'for. 8, stagle
and implosing the Gqd of battles to defend 411 good men of the inhqman oondaos and day.

ffews from Pensaeola and the Wes
Men somer, Ap at 2 -Mr. W. H

SW ref oliereequ (eglGuidite
them Penanoola.
Re states that on the 25th of March, th
ateameris Daniel Webater and General itua
arrird at ey1mMbe fon)mrdwl 6

oPGeneral Rusk had 300 men for Ke
West and 100 for Tortu as.
The Crusader reached Key West wit
aealed orders, under charge of Capt. J. A
M. Craven, with marines, and the Brook
la was gulag into Key West on the 26t
flareb. She, no doubt, left her troops a
Fort Fickons.
The Texas Commis iot:ers atipulatedtha
she tro ps on be rd she G oural Rus
sno Da n do ut it p< \qsktim

le counnanders of three full companie
on board tho.General Rusk signed a docu
unt on ting On a ille, Ir maste

Mr. Ward further states that by an ar
rival at Key West, on the 28th, it was re
ported that the Spanish flag was hoiste
us St. Domingo by the Spanish and Frenc

a ana da ab b ad previously wit
liausin30, tht Sps.nk Ghal
would hoist t od8paulsh Sag.. There-upo
a ish aql don, ousi inrof five wa
and, aided by a French correste, took fo
al f the island,
mM at Havana, endoivoring t
raise a force to invade Mexico, and th
French, as well as the Spanish troops
seam to sympathise with the movement-
his belierledd in van thatath overn

ding-atVera Crus such an expedition. 4
II, 18 af farmed at Havana thata fleet, com
posed of English, French, and Spanis
vesselsotwar, has sailed thr Vero Cruz
ut iur isitimate pbject sa not publiet

WASHINGTOy, April S.-blinister Cor
wra, has been tendered the sloop of-wa
Camberland, to take him to Mexica. H

x. st sto nak dder ty which a

WAsarmorow, April 3.-It is ascertain
ed that Fiench Consuls in the Coded
erate8tates, have received ustructions di

nia b e, la taodthe fac 1 exon o
posthern commerce with that empire,

Nzw YORK, April 4.-All perparationa
obeso5 ehere to send troops South
Island ready fossoopedaninowon governor
The stearner Pachattan is to pall with
pealed orders on the 61.6 inst., supposed to

eMmett 19th esks s itrai r.blockade
Four or five hundred troops are coming
bere from Washington, possibly to go on
board she Potchattan.
Store-abipleliefsailed this evening at
fouro'oloek. the Daniel Webeter 18 get.
ting ready for sea. All thepo ywagly on"?

ORABLESTOshla 25.-ColonelWard
R. Lamon, Str. Lincoln's former law part.
ner, is in towp. He registered his name
at the.Oharleston hotel up from Virginia.
He has an interview tlus togenoon with
Governor Pickens, and visita Major Ander-
aontbie afternoon. ths mission is ouo of
8 Hurlbut, formerly of Charlestan, Boo'
yetary to Colonel Lamon, President Lm-
cola's envoy, who arrived here Inst, night
relative to the evacuation of Fort Sum.
ser, was arrested for debt ooutracted some
years since.
CIIARLESTONi April $.-Intense excite.
anent was produced here by a schooner
hearing the U. 8. flag being brought to off
}bp orris Island batteries to-day. A
boat from Fort Smuter communicated with
Morris Islaud, apd then with thasebooner,
which was at first considered suspicious.
Gen. Beauregard and Goy. Fil:hens and
mail, witnessed this from Bullivay's (siqud.
in secret, session, to-day adopted the Con-
atitution almost unanimously. It will be
more unanimous before she vote is amoun-

offs ant NTao r b po ig t
Fresh and English fleete have been ro*
cosved here, gealousen in prousneue poss-
4iena aresatistied that ebest movements, pro
in Jobseroon tion with the observystop of

The Flo da Star vendon bas been
ordered to assemble at Tallabassee on the
18th of April. &
CHAILLEBTON, April 4411.-There is in.
creased acuvity apway 5120 military at this
point. All the men on furlough have been

do i ce 4 vethern elit runap $12

Bb T 4 tiltM 100,11 Call PP.
drawing to a crsuis,
It in positively reported that General
Beauroprd has reserved instructions from

i di For du .011 all communica.-
Lieutenant Talbot muse to the city from
7 rs, Sun or this anorging, for the purpose
own dsa he fro to j 3 sushpio)rb
he was j>ermitted to do; he arrived, how-
eter,.tualatefor tbo musing train, agg
will o to-o' ht..
Tg zg
Sto he floating Bat4ery will be towed to
no to morrow*

1-~-I~--------r -- --- _.--_-. I~-----

t LA 4, 4.4 's ,
45 Mai At+ +

y SATURDAY.APRIE.,13, 1801.
h illii?" JAMES BURT Esq., of Palatka, Fla., is
. day authorized to not as Ageht for the "St.
- Avoustma ExAanwas, and will receive sub-
h scriptions, make collections, aind receipt fct the
t same.


- o- .


; .. > a se**.-- A
l OF A .

, The new Clausedill the Consti-
tution of the CORfederate
- StateB Of America"
"-~~~~ .
. We propose publishing in our journal
h from time to time sections of the Perman-
> ent Constitution of the Confederate States
y ofAmerica, as soon as it has been ratified
by our State Convention which meets on
. the 18th inst., in Tallahassee. In the
r mean time, it having gone into effoot, ac-
e cording to enactment, by the ratification of
s ve States: Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana,
issiasippi and Texas, we place before our
- readers the principle goints of difference
- between the old Constitution of the Unitedf
- States and the new one adopted by the
f Montgomery Congress. The language or
the two Constitutions is the same with
these exceptions. In place of the words
"persons held to labor" the word "Slaves"
is substitutedin the Southern Constitution:

. fed atl'resident and Vice-Presi e of the n
ateadof:our, I
ThoPresident will not be eligible for re-eleo-
tion.Rotation" of oilicershelow the heads of de-

on oad b rioAppointees will
Judicial and other federal officers residing
andmotingsolelywithin the jurisdiction of any
Statemaybe impeachedbyavoteoftwo-thirds
>f bothCb a chesof theLegislaturathereof.
) wip.,e r an as 18 ex ca"'"
measures appertaining to their departments (as
isthetchust iiedthe Britisco sas vicious
custom has grown up, of tacking on to a bill of
's mpoyeduceenil sons ofitution amusda
legislation at the elese of the session, many
plunder schemes are thus passed, and the Presi-
dent is forced to approve o(all, got# and bad,
or veto Under the new Constitution, the
President mabreCoteert n cle ete of fa bill,
however, may berepassedby a two-thirds vote.
Every law, orrese ution] aving the force of
law, shall relate tobut one subject, agil that
shallbe expressed in the title.
tr Congre et oef omto my,
Houses, taken by yeas and nays.
All bilisappropriatingmoneyshall specify in
federal curremoy the exact amount of each ap-
proprianon, and Congress shall grant no extia
so ens n, after the corurac semade*
shall any branch of "i5.astry" be no dn
the public expense.
No money shall be appropriated for any "in-
ternkl improvements." The individual States
muTo 4 I 2 n movement. I ore it-
self out of its own revenues, ty supp
Congress shall have the power to prohibit the l
Introductzoa of "slaves" from any State not a
member of the Confederacy.
lair den mFsle an ang the right of dpro- i
Propertym negro leavess" shall bep protect-
ed in the territories,
Other Statesmslaveholdingb or non-slavehold-
I a d idted oi o e Co a o'

J:ienatethevote ofthelatter beingby States. e
The Confederacy may acquire eyeto territory,
where the right of property in negro Palaves"
4 hr tS teTPl7weddy usembled in Conven-
'man adoodnum).4 t ti ,o a iron
be ratitled is the papanet specified ip the old
4 Thesovelauseariniks institiaton-are
only exposeats of certain seedons, rylliclx
the Daniocrats always considered to be
their true interpretation, but which have
ove been stu bling ble k to the Re

their OWS false theorieB, have created see i
tional animpsities culminating in a disr a
tion of the Union. It is by Falsehood tlue t
have reached power and attempt to pole t
their black designs---by Falsehood have
they perverted the great Magua Charts of
our liberties, theouly boud of our Union-
andby Falsehood have they demplished the r
noble edifice ereetpil by our Faslipre and F
consecrated to Freedom. Trnth, like a t
rock of admnant, is able to withstand ever
y p
storm and resist every convasion,---Falso- so
hood, Uke the drifting sand, is she by in

every current. Any Government bui
upon such a flimsy foundation must b
come its own executioner. Thus, we po
neive, in the Black Republican Admini
ts ation, an impotence that seeks to scree
itself in mystery-a silence that wou
impose itself for wisdom-and a vanill
tion and contr:diation that inanity alo
can excuse, yet seeking to assume th
semblance ofdiplomatio strategy. .
It is not our intention to examine a
the features of difference in.the two Co
stitutions, but merely to glance at t
great point at issue between the Aboliti
dynasty arid the Southern Golifederac
\Ye repeat what we have advanced on
former occasion and which every God fea
ing and intelligent Christian cannot den

to eb t at ab dm i oof
superior race is his normal condition." I
attempting to overrule this provision of &
All Wise Greator, anarchy must follow
the why and abo wherefore, are question
beyond the solution of man's fli1ite unde
standing, as well might the oclay say to th
p..uwr, wbu d.1.r, slaug? a use phal.
ophicistand enquiring man ir le ess.h o
that the laws of oreation develop the
inherent perfection by principles that a
antagonistic to our limited perception
hence the distinct conditions of the fr
and servile races are necessary to the ha
pines and perfection of both. The form
inherits by nature theprinchilesoffreedo
and civilization, capable of illimatable pr
gression under the discipline of. obedienc
to the Divine will, as revealed in the Hol
Si:riptures; the latter, servile by nature am
barbarous even to a state of cannibalism
"perpetuates all the enormities and abom
inations for which they were cursed an
establishes very unclean atrocity as th
fixed institutions of their land." As it
not our intention to enter into a physiology
cal disquisition, or to trace causes and e
fects, we shall conflue ourselvesto this in
controvertible fact, that the peculiar inst
tuition, which is the "corner stone" o
iSouthern independouse, is based upon
Rook that nosearthly power enn overthro
and that sooner, or later, all civilized na
tio:is will acknowledge it to be a wise an
merciful dispensation of the Omnisolent
who only desires the happiness of IIi
creatures. In the words- of one of.ou
catemporaries, conce these idoiis get fairl
before the Northerp people, They .wil
sweep forward with even greath. Velocity
than they have at the South. The powe
of their presses, however great it only be
.but the weak effort of a pigmy befor
this gigantic Truth which is destined to g
on in the fulfillmentof Us missiots."
1 Major E. K. Smith,
The arrival of this Genileman in ou
City is hailed with pleasure and gratifica
tion by his fellow Citisons. We learn tha
this distinguished Oflice's has resigned hi
Commission in the U. S. Army, in whic
he had just been promoted,*nod had offered
to share the fortunes of his native South -
Florida is proud of such a Son, and we Oon
gratulate the Country that the services o
this eilicitint Office is secured to our new
Republic *
Holl.0, 3. Mallory.
The New Orleans Crescent. noticing th
appointment of Mr. MALLGar as Secretary
of the Navy, says-=-"A better selectius fo
such a post could not be made. Mr. MAL
LORY was, for many years, Chairman of the
Committee on Naval Affairs in the Sebate
of the United States. He thus
familiar with the operations of the Navy,
of the Union, pad posted himself through.
y in all the details of the naval service.-
is a gen man of great industry and
rreproachshle character-a man who has
commanded the respect of all, no less b
his private virtues (ban his public services.
The Southern Confederacy, widt so match
of exposed sea coast, will be under the ve-
essity of having an efflolent navy-*aid its
rganisation could not he elatrusted to a
more faithful, laborious, and honest alan
han STEPnza R. MALLony."

Ms Euron:-We respectfully ask
whyAha floati from the Fat 6f
Elag nR
Gity, differs so materially from the design,
determine upon by the Government of
he 0, S. A. We were surprised and dia.
ppolytp4 whe wedsaw it raised lo8p

s, of which they would soon become aware;
s it now is, it is not properly the Flag-
he Circle of stars forms the most distine-
ive feature in the flag of the Confederate
tates. FLORITA-

'pha Per anent Constitution
The Perm out Constitution is pow
ratified by all of thei Confederate States,
lorida excepted, we have no doubt but
hat eqr gallant little State will also
ize b dh
romptly sign41 pr a esion to it as
op ass twr Convegion poets on the 18th
st. "



The atet Nws!FORcIARLp~ESTON

March 801801, 6w.


1 Je da o 2 m
County Florids, for kilowauce and settlement.
D. Is.LYUiL .ator.


0 tr f s8 1 o
Johns county, and at the same time ask to be
discharged from the adm nistration of enid
Estate. JOHN BEARD, Extoutbr.
iktatel. 8, 18til

IX Moliths after date I will present my final
the Es 1 d I LB 1 toort
Judge of Probste of St John s County, and nak
for a ftnaldischarge fr id U hu n ration.
March 1861.

(IX Months after date the Undersigned will
present his final accounts and vouchers to
the Judge of Probate of St. John's County as
Executor of the Estate of LADESLADA REYES
late of said Catuty deceased, and at the same
time and place ask for his discharge,
January 51861. Executor.

utont5s a I shall apply tFl is

da oo} g nY o a ut

steads, Bureaus Tables, Chairs Washetand,
Lamps Dining Tablas, Looking Glates, Srass
Fend rs, Sh el stui Ton irone, assiorited
ke =I.erbti...r, [st.:.. -----e&. E. CARE

Robinson Cooper, Bill for Divorce.

Alary Cooper. )

Imbha ig en as at Hyi j ear
in the 8uwannee Circuit within the State of
Florida, It is ordered that said defaudant do
appear within Tive months-and answer com-
oe II rc
of this order, be published for Two months in
some newspaper, published within this Circuit.
B. A. PUTNAM, Judge.
I, John C. McMillandlerk of the Circuit
Court Eastern Circuit of Floridado hereby cer-
tify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of order of our Honorable Court, and that
the original is now on file in my office this 14th
day of Feb. 1861.
Per J. W. Woods, Deputy,
St. Augustine, March 1, 1861. 2m .



ckfa ser@at81m, susFedan 1
bl. and Savannah, Friday at6, P. M. arriving
st Cl laston Satulrd mormni olata todha0r-

a .' Jacksonvillo to Charleston, 8,00
" Fernauding to Sarannah, 4,00
** savannah to r ston,
a a nog

March I 1801 8 c.

Graduate, wishes a situs on in some par
a norms wh dg6t, wa s not
tion. satisfactotestimonials given,
EzAs nr al aba se I iin JoAufaTts
als me ompanion, opydL c and 2send
ce. .

21 MAROK 1860 TO 15 ,NOV. 1860


PRIRily #1011?*
ARRANTED White Extra for Family use
Selected for family Pastry Baking 4<,
only 5 b11s. Remaining. B. E. CARR.
Sept. 22-1860.

Sr. AUGUSTINEher Froums, Feb. 221861,
Patents for entries made between the Sixth
e a utd u o4n, n er3

@ b donje to a e 1 di astee as
make the required proof of settlement and onl-
Ovation, I and rece Ve their respective patents,
a ence e r9ad
I zen e enue on f

gra ion act a gs OULD, Register.
F. P. PERREIRA, Receiver.
March 8 1861. 6w. &

OO Bags for Ho 1 y OO PeEas for Able
Nov. 17,

ILotra Extra PAgg y
e 2 1860. E. CARR'8*


0 0 MMI 8 810 NMER 0 II ANT



-- o*-
ll@, Agent for Charleston Daily Line of
Steamers. *

IGS Dates Gum Drops Rock Candy. &a.&o
3. E. CARD,
April 7-1860,

CIIARLEBTON, April $:-All the availa.
ble troops in th's yloinity have been Or*
dered down to-night to the fortifications.
Look out for squalls. It is now known for
a certainty that reinforcements are coming
to Major Anderson. A fight is inevitable.
There has been considerable nativity mani-
Asted to day in military quarters, indloating
that matters are appronobing a crisis.

MONTooarsal, Aptd 8 -The Gabines

ha re o ed uts rotIt is belle
der consideration. Important news ig
hourly expected form Washington.

TYASHINGTOq April, 6.-It is under-
4tpudahat.a speakL anesseogotwidL be des-
patched South with idforerice to affairs at
Charleston. A usu ally reliable informant
states that the Adininistration will proba.
bly concentrate all the available military
forces at Tortugas and Key West, whence
should Fort Pickens be attacked they.will.
order over troops sullicien1to repel the as

:"";\ty.":"''::oba 10r
states to Secede and join the Southern
Confederacy. Another informant states
that are of the lan is to Llockade the
mouth of the Mississippi and retake Ship
Island and perhaps other stations. Ario
thbr authority anys-a lar amount of
Aroly and Naval Stores, including seven
mountain howitisers have been shipped
hence by Express to Fort Hamilton, thus
looking to land as yell as sea operations.-
Nine Republio Grovernors met here in
conclaye last night but the result of their
deliberations is unknown. The agents of
the New York bankers here have telegraph-
ed home to-day thatacolharon asmovienble'
The whole City is in a state of intense any
iety and evatement.
NEW YORK April Geb.-The impression
ne the Navy Yard is that both Suinter and
Pickens will be reinforced. Cutter IAu..
riet lause sailed on the 5th inse., for ai
South ern destination\.Acolupany of one
biandred men on Goveniors island have re.
ceived marching orders and others will
speedily follow. There are now over
twenty-six hundred troops at different sea-
tions in this Port. Thosteamships Atlaul c
and Baltic have been chartered by the U.
S. Government, tro a have been placed
on boardband they had orders to proceed to


HE undersigned offers for sale her interest
in the Real Estateof MOSES E. LEVY (de-
ceased) late of Florida. For particulars apply
to 8. L. Burritt, Jacksonville, Duval County,
Florids. 11. A. PRETTU.
April13 1861.


y am now prepared to oirer to my old triende
1 of this Ancient city and St. Johns county a
gooo a 4 ase r naien anna do i 4

0 oi
rom ae es ti at and a nr .2

My country friends may rely upon it if they
send me orders for dry goods that they will be
put up with great care and attention to give on

o .
sortment of.goode.
DR 1 G 0.0 D 8
a nals ag to r noch ddCleath, o th n
Tweed Clerk, Fancy Caesimers, Ladies Cleth,
Merinosof alk.elors, Figuredandplain Delanes,
grey Blankets, negro inankets, English Mer.
news a inaw B anketsd a eg 6 ree a
Alerine under Shirts, Pancy Cleaks, Monrning
Delains, Gence Merline half Hose, French and
English Canabrion, Red and Whit, 'N

INSEED 01L, White Lead, Tarpentine,
L z. v.x., staea:..... u s...... ox...,
"'t,?' e-ous run h omed o .chrome
Sept 15. B. B. CARl$'
PAULDING'S prepared Gl for immediate

Le nVan extrao sphe t wber
ryAlmond&c. als aregorioElizir of Opium
Mustang Linament, Bay Rum, Beidletz Pow-
Jers, Congrese Water, Epsom Salts, Caster Oil,
Benna, Gumarabic, Mace, Cloves, Osasis,
8*}*, 16. 5. E CARBA

g~i~o~ 3. .YCE. CARE,

ASq G p Oonor three
light artillery compact les and twenty or
thirty city earpenters, in the employment
4f the government, left here by special
straiin .this morning, ,ostensibly for Fort
' pilamilton,
The ?Commercial Advertise>" publish-
- .es a letter from Private Johnson Mofell of
the Fort Suouter Garrison, in which he

ad4titon's command have enough to
was must drink for four months to come,
shus fuel la scarce. Nobody ever knew
how loany men we hare. It. is all lion"
sense to talk about seen and supplies. \Ye
are altriggeir Old Lincoln will have the
backbowe to stand by us."

]6] NoM 117, 4 An otheerO

leans, who was sent out about the time of
the recesson of Tens, remains there, it is

napeooted, for Iv.Mpurpose ofFgivingaripbor-
partment of the Confederate States has a
otam. He is believed to be,

MONTGOMERY, April 4tli.--The treasury
isotes of the Confederate states, under the
hw of Cogress ailthoriting a million, were

en ne r cy ti s da
and sold for a premium of twenty per cent.

Ye8881Fired iRtO a.t CharleBtOR.

the forts on Morris' Island has arrived in
our port, and ire aie matted .to give full
rticulars of the affair:
The ach ner is the R. B Shanno
Capt. Meuts, of Boston, and she was bound
fear this city with a cargo of me, consigned
to A Haywood.. On Wednesday she was
abroaded for many hours in a dense fog,
during which shedrifted through mistake
star Charleston bar. Don after ag
liked, she Captain, not knowing his where-
abouts, found himself nearly abreast of the
fort on Morria'dJaland anddvthil co i aking

greeted with a salute front the fort. He
ina.anediately ran up less e...lore-line .*==***
ad iisripes-but user *ke...G.Er al---a secran.1
an unsaliefactory under to their summous.
Several shot (thirty-twe ls) were filed into
his rigging, one o a passe rough
his manand and other through his top
sail. In the midst, of lus dilemma, not
knowing where he was or, the objects of
this hostile demonstration, a boat from
Fort Sumter came to his relief, and bein

2 icacquaint of She facts, he 10ub 80
The schooner suffered no material dam-
from the shoes, though one of them
me most uncomfortable near the head of
one of we crew. Capt. M. thinks there
Is no mistake about use Morris' laland boys
b:ii.g e4celkns p...rkgue...'--Sm' Alm
God l t le most on hi
si&- oves a anu up a
youple when the world frowns most.. When
ane.,world puts its iron chains ul on their
legs. then God puts his golden chains
about their necks; when the world puts a
bitter cu into their hands then God 4 a
sense of his honey son e of his goodness
and sweetneES into it. GOD the World
is ready to stone them, God gives them the

wht stone; and when th lide 8 arin v
new name, and none knows but he that has
it, a name better than that of sons
and daughters.

agp** An ad used by the Florida Leg
islature declares that in the event of any
setual collision between the troops of the
Late Federal Union arid those in the em-
ploy of the Stateof Florida,-it shallbe the
duty of the Governor of the State to make
public proelemation o hoe tra there

fedelal goverous set shall be declared trea
son, and the person convicted shall sufer
death. This act was approved of by the
Governorof the State on the 14th ultimo

th ne 4 dw
he wili contribuseS6000 towards equipping
a regiment of Kentuckians destrous of en'
trying the service of the Confederate

froT o e a mbm8
moth steamer Will anchor in flamptoo
Roadsin one or two weeks. Showill only"
reman there a abort time aind then leave
for Charlesto h b ofe to
the Roads.---- ef /so a 8 again

am. The Barnwell (8. 0.) Sentinel pub-
lishes she following*
arrived, -on Saturday last, by W
II r, Egg., Mr. McGraw, in
year of his ago, to blisp Patty Harvestous
aged 71, all of the poorhouse,

to laoton & inheo onmalasione
line between Maryland and Virginia, has
discovered the original charter or grant of
31aryland so colius, Lord Baltimore, in
Latin, and that, accordiDg 10 thig authOrity,
the whole of Potomeo river belongs to Vir^
a Several United States soldiers in
Washington were on 4 apree on Monday,
an became very disorderly, and gave .
pheers for Jefferson Darts in the streets.
They were carried to the wateb-house.


one. 1. Be it ordained, by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of St. Angustine in Coun-
.cil nanembled. That from and after the passage
oft "'A:-,'t."'E",0:, 4"'
tables. goods, wares or merobandise on the sub-
Bei urt earja ed, bytheeda h"t
first section, of this ordinance shall hereafter
geOr ke o an bet in tht118 urs o SS ad
daSs.c. 3, Beir further ordained, by the authori-
ty aforessid That any person or persons who
gl all be guilty.of the violatism of the first Sec.
I on of thts ordinance, if he be a white person

penalty or whippung not exceeding thirty-uine
stripes, atthe discretion of the Mayor*
Passeld a Council Mare 01 1

2 7 *

. 10 tiS ?/

St. Augustine, E. Fla.,
018'10 Or.
IfE Subscriberhas the pleasure to announce
ha ha endd

who have heretofore favored it wilk their Pat-
ronage as well as peculiarly attractive to new-
During the Summer Months alterations and
additions have beenmade materially increasing
the capacity and conveniences of the house.
Within the last few weeks the Propriator has
re-furni.hed all the rooms thoroughly and com
pletely with the bestand most elegant furniture
selected by himselfin the City of New York
withdut regard to expense and with a
render the "FLORIDA HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
The FLORIDA HOUSE is most advantagzons.
1 asitu ed e7as cenitral 01 a (di g th
desukabl rdestivein art is w lhe redemption rm
and provided with fire alaces: the house is
surrounded with verands hs four in number,
each one hundred feetin extent. and protected
s to flu-nish a delightful promenade even in
In the spacious grounds and gardens the visr-
inus roses, shrubbery qnd fruits of this climate
abe found growing in perfection. .
The Table is unsurpassed, and furnished with
all kinds of game this market affords.
The Servants in attendance will be found
polite, meal andamentive to all calls.
ex 1 1 1 a ru2e i y ed neeo trh
comfort and securethesatisfactionofhisquests
Thankful for the liberal patronage thinerto
extended to his bodie, L'e trusts to merit its
conti suan 8m.

got iV'Ate BOPHIHg* ,
:---. -
A few boarders can be accom-
modated with me necessaw
Rooms, fuel, lights and some-
thing Substantial by calhng on
the Subscriber, Corner of Treasury Lane.

has just returned from Savannah, with a fresh 8 hereby given to all whom it may Conedro,
and elegant Stock of goods, which he ia prepared to I < <* l isol t f I o at a51y
tSon fl to order, m the most rushwnable and John forintiers of idministration oisthe Estate
Dece> [n e. of LOUld II. DRYSDALE late of said Coahty
a deceased. IRVINE DRYSDALE.





.8pedimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re
ceipt, of a three co s mB YAM & CO.,
112 South Third Street,

March. 21. To cash paid G. Foster
. for 680 feet lumber to repair
St. Sebastian Bridge.
0 22 To crash paid C. L. Graves
for work done on Bridge. 2
April. 6. To cash paid R Micklerhis
per diem and travelling as
County Commissioner.
a 20 To cash paid IEstof GHum-
phreys for furniture for the
of5co of county Commissioner.
27 To ensh paid Mrs C Solano

July'od eartage for, ri2e.BPonce,
r padring a Bs e.
'- To cash paid 11 E Carr bill
for Sundries for Bridge.

fobTuoblja, ai 1 t nA
To eash paid D RDunham
for Township Phas of County. 1
To cash vaid G Feater Lum-
her bill for Bridge.
24 To cash pai M Neligan for
holding inquisst on the body of
s. Castis o'cash paid M Neligast
for holding inquest on the
bodice of Peter Fontane and
Alexander Dean, and also on
xifl ural dead80s has
1860, and Bont hire &pincluded.
Oct., c..i.p...iM A-i-m rc
.a. 1. ...
, a To cash paid A J Pellicer
for bringingiuElectionReturns
y, ,, ,,, ,,,,, ..,, , a
. 1,y.... t* I ..
kingly la Election Returns
from Orange 31illirPrecinet (mileage)
To cash paid R Mickler for
bringing in Election Returns
from Trout creek Precinct (mileage)-
" To eash paid CD Segux
or rs a k le ion

for bringingin Election Returns
fromPicolata Precinet.
17. To eash paid D RDunham
for Recording mortgage for county.
23 To eash paid R. Mickler for
services (and mileage) as county
Nov. 7. To cash paid G Colee for bring-
ing in Election Returns and ser-
vices as clerk of Election at Pico-
lata Precinct.
one 1 pa duep a9nu
d wo E e endices
for services as clerk of Election
g at A sus d an ers com-

$ Ms.





18 75





Elozabeth Newman,
ru. Bill for Divorce. D.L.YULEE.
John II Newman. Administralor,
ILL oTComplaint being filed in this Case, Nov. 8 80 6m.
Courts t Lt hfia faction of the 11,000 Subscribers in a SIngle
sides out ofthe State ofFlorida: On Motion of Month 1
A. F.Braham Solicitor-for Complainant, It is ....
ORDEREDthat a hearing of the facts Charged
'insaidBillof Couiplaint be had, on the ilrst SHALL WHITE MEN l!ULE
Monday of July next, being Rule day in said AM ERICA !
Month, and that the said Defendant. do appear
.and plead answer. or demur to said Bill of Com-
ph fup i sm mannelleere wH The NOWSpaper 10? the Times ?
Defendant had appeared and was present "
Court* It is further Ordered that a copy ofthe
above0rder bepublishedin some public ne a. THE W EE KL YDA Y-B OOK
CPoerrein the Sta fo tle space ofribur months POR 8 6 1.
B. .1, 9 0 [N.01. J sage. ed
Joanit"R Danilamwears....--an-i __ x ross use money crisis
Court do hereby arte ithat to forego throughout the country, Tn WLEKE YD Y- UK

7dayofFebruary 1861 during the month ofJanuary, 1861, an increase
2 Witness.myhandand the Seal of said Court over the corresponding month of last your,-
at St. Asignistine the day and year above written. The public minds evidently discussing the great
DAVIDR. DUNHAM, Clerk, problem of the destiny of the African race on
March21861. &nt this Continent, and repudiating the delusions
that the anti slavery press have fostered, while
THE DAY-BOOKy the only paper in the Norih that
IM" challenges the fundamental errors ofthe Repub-
AtlVOP lulHe, lican party, is becoming the great want of the

i orag or ,3
and superiority for the white race, is the natural
TH STEAMER order of American Society. All who want to
RYITEs, and understand the negro question,
should read it. Democrats, Constitutional men
must see to it that sound papers are circulated
AMONG THE PEOPLE, or Republican prinoi-
ples will never be put down; -
E. R. IVES Oaptain THE TVEEKLY DAY-BOOK forl86thus been
9 9 greatly improved and several new feature ad-
ded, makingit a BUSINESS, FAMILY AND
oLn e axtr gl kWharf Jae L1TER.ditY No P lieRth la p
nd8I t m it aTuUd n Ms hOTERMS-CASH IN ADVANCE. SS 00

Will leava Pala ta at six o'clock A. M, on TWO COPIESp do 3 00
1\Iondayh, Wednesdays and Saturdays. V N EE CO ES 2 oJ

st @ ang0 e Pw th sta as Uo a C @ na2 /u@ itetart a
Tr and 'ine A.8M. n th on 'ri eaMi d < t e i3p o Td

Jacksonville every Thursday Morning at six this most persons who read it for a short time
o'clock, Returmng same day to Jacksonvalle. wiU tak& it, and use their efforts of still further
AGENTS-T. IIARTEDGE, JacksonviUe. inesease its circulation. This offer,'howevor,
JOSEPH FERREIRA, Picolsta. quly applies to ane club offee, at each fee and

Nov URN M dieburg.1y. b
be they one or many. Specimen copies seat
Was OO11eoter's Sale. free:
Y Virtue of thoPower in me vested by Law. Paymeni is required invariably IN ADVANCE,
I have levied upon and shalloffer for man, arel 16 a pure is always discontinued at use
0 rt2 ude n hSee b 1' len a in a c 1 sent F n erT is as
gustine, between the usual hours of Sale. commences any time,
A House and Loth George Street assessed to When drafts oan be obtained they are safor
A. W. Walker, bounded North by Lot of Thos. than tosend bills. Dutwhen money is romic-
Lo ar o e31,sa d Sn utMax a in t a atP s isaro8 made
Sanchez Creek, they can ilertifyincase, they are lost, that the
Unless the Taxes for year 1860, and 1861, money was certainly enclosed and sent, it is at
s.sun.= am ( E GYMEN and TEACHERS wilthereafter

co "....or and cone@ .. r 1 {=3 oo'' en
giving post oil e, a nMea in tod
as Collector's sale. 162 Nassau 8treet New York.
co on "rdmmenon La Mareh 21861.
mda the 3id y June next in fronit of GUAVu JELLY.
between the usual hours of Sale. of i N Boxes. Olives, Capers, Piekles, Mustard
an 2idasse db to Alairgart e t, turnRed Po e ,re te ch 1 ro a lyMs to
le B a thSth Lot of T. O. Ifolmes, and Sardi ee, fresh 80mon Rice Water, Bay Ema.
Unless the Taxes and Expenses therson are or 1 D. E. CARE
paid before the day of8ale.
A. D. ItOGERO, Shif. & Ex. OK, TOYS I TOYS / /
Tax Assessior and Collector of St. John's A large varies of 7 a for th
countf. March 2 1881. Nov- 12 y of a ha

4.00 Dec. 8 1860.



MARCH 1801
STATE or FI.onmA ST. Jonx's Conw'
I Certify the foregoing to be a correct state.

o t d o
President Board County Commissioners
St. John's County Florida.
March 30 1861, St,

The CharleSIOR Merellry.
gree so latest and most reliable political, o
e de furnish
M ad Tel p d str1ntsaccountsby,
overythi of interest that transpires in the

9 go g replyes

Spetial 811081108.
Politically, the Macentrepresentsthe states
ni fore sta@ telementMand dre ates he
their security.
i VeM yury, 3 year is advance; $1 0
rdNo paper sent unless the cash accompanies the
a .

R. B. 11HETT, Jr., .
Oharleston 8. G.

N'ov. 10 18i0

J. V. Hernandez.

10speakeof the Daily and Weekly

p. yf7L E THE PRO.
gtgar ofty horn this date, and such :
perinthiscity, that, we Snd it
'o 0

(IlI ealoorao Florida in maintrunto?
(le notples of die party within its limitS.
Al twiritorests and whateverdwillddd
ta 11 e du toI on.
The interests of our beautiful nad grow-
ing city will be looked after with constant
solicitO (*

OB an1n"
latest news of size day, reports of markets
and caref illy elected mattial of value arid
die family aircle. Particular
to dPwillbe given to matteriand things
o0Carring III is dia to 071 &* '

WauI.r do Ed

miHEion of 20 per cent on all money trans'
mitted to ne.

Pensacola, Au l RZ 4 JONES.

vy;*:::d j ou ef.
eas ef ulf-sbuse, ona ba surely anti permanon
y restored by u:Iidg
The concentrated oure !
ass or as< '

As rzrrstate or sins &TY,
thkt would y pe nDol restore to
(Natural State of Health and Vigor, persons
weakened by excessyor gy
.'hhlpteparation is nota 8TIMULENT, but
* DY.
the sMichyl are invited to try it
Seadfor a ciroular first, readituarefully, sad
thonyonwilisendforthemO D LLAE.
Canife sentby mail. Onorialwilllashmonth-
R. ORUGER, Anant,
Wo.44S Broadway, IV. Y
for Osis by Ltruggest erywhare
w aluilde Medical Treatd eAon8disease and
For Saleasabove. Pricol2 Cent..
a by erybody.



IllE 1828
arESTABLIs a xw
T.H. Chambers. Plano Itlana.
(Formerly Duboiti & Shodart, and Dubsia,
Bacon &:Chambered
in the "Bible Hous ,,
War M 95
Cor. Sth8treet &4tle AVeanes
gy; ,pf Eq;*
a citeular, with desers]etion of
'n "'" em.


'The char a 'Mercury,
gives the latestand most reliable polideal, com*
meroid and general news from all parts of the
World. Isa correspondents furnishby
Mainland full and early sooounts of
overything at that transpares in th.
greas cities omuropeand ainerica.
TheNews of the South receives
3 & OR *
Politledly, the Msacurrepresentat.hoStates
ggens eshastances leane at din ntin
Daily Moroury, 1 year isidenep; $10,00
3'ri-Weekly " 6,00
ov. 10 1860 OR I Tt 0. -

othe treetby rvb magohiring. The
Nov. 18, 1660,

LINSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpeatine
PyuZi@1 G n Lh e eC 8e
Red, Prussion Bh1e, Paint Brushes.
dept. 10. B. E. CARR.

NTA'ILDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate
, use, Choice ozLracts for flavoring, ris:
la P o r two am
ders, Congress Water. E som Salls, C or Oil,
$e Gr marabletWa Clove CARBs

---~9~_...~_~~.~.,~~Llnu_ .-- r--rl_ __ ~ __ ZI -- = 1-

GS 4 85


Reli le orders from the Trade, by Mail or
"s" "E en
08 20871 UtrCSt, N 1-
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
uf oturers' vie of an em err w d so
ing Flu au tur D alers in Lamps

mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and alb

I rade na heaga at using the
Oct. 15 8ta

the spare change like a
merciless showmas Hat it he
can alterd it, and every body must know all
h usetkhe la v ve di
from a stove-pipe down to a cheese, with Broad
Brims, Short Brime, Round Brims and no
BrimPs to ,6Bewrer easier P sh nd volytet
Plug glyTSwejn e yn to .eveen t
from Noah's day down to that of the man who
always slept in his hat. So hurrah to s.
Nov.12. Ni




WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, thathe is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him with. He has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue andbrown Cloths, black Doe

q.1&' "' ""'"""j"' ""
manship, for cash only.
8 abo

o a

situated about 17 m:Ies south of St. Augustine,
a place called Fish's. For further particular
applyto F. P. FEREIRA.
St. Augustine, July 14,1860.
. The Persian Fever Charm.
For the prevention and one of Fever and
Ague and Bilious Fevers. This wonderful r.-
medy was broughtto the knowledge of the pre.
e 3 1 ibyadrkudw heabeenagreat
hilegoggdowntheriverEuphrates, heex-
perienced severe attack of Fever and Ague.-
On divoovermg his condition, one of the Boat-
men took from his person in Amu esying.
hthisand arwi8 ," Al.
and rei do1dimmed te relief, as mu i od
alwa Pfounditaneffeatual protection from all
Onfurther investigation he found that the
said that it could a y be obtained from the
md 6 Sunesing tof e8 say;
fromhimthesecret ofitas preparation, and as-
certained wherethemergicinalkerbewerefaund,
rn 6 as pound Th3 we a 01
oe jet n"pnodse od Intr9e n he mirnou-
SineebisreturntoAmerica, ithasbeentried
with the happiest eifeat by several Ladies and
Gentlemen thigh ollaracter, who have given
it the most unqualified praise. This remedy
having been a specitain Persisfor hundreds or
years, for the preventists and ours of &For
and Ague and Billous Fevers-le now offered
to the American people,

merce Building, New York. Addres .
July 141 00. 'OHN WILL 0 St LO

a T.
o or
o 0
Every Druggissand Country Merebdat abould keep
sm8 y as rain ale m ost only on &
o a w ase s man Edwindane

For salein St. Augustine by
April 14-1880.

x. v., a....

Bliss" Dyspeptre
Rexnedyhas the far-

geSISRIO Of&D(Ine*
dicine itsthe world.

100,000 packages
sold irl Georgia and
BOuth Carolina in
IS warranted to
cu f directions
F 9
are followed, any
OtkSO Of Of SpepSla,

L ( y g y 1 DISORSO,
Jaundice, General
Debility, Palpita-

tion, Chronic Diare
? (ER, GiddiBOSS,
d 5 *
Depressed pants,
Loss of Appetite,
Pairs in the Side and

Back. Itis special-
a ,
sy adapted to Few
IRRIO COmplaints; it
Timell ROfHild-

ity of Form in Fe-
IBaleS of a Thin And

Spare Habit.
n-a 1* .
should try one

'nr war, e. pra
We la 4 VUs
868 Ilroadwar, New York.,
For 4 m St. A es b

. April 14-1800. B E. CARR.

olTarN variety of T


negrant & Taylor,
(Formly II. P DEGahAF,)
No. 89 BOWERY. New Terk.

',i amb911UI DLdabinuM alar r td.


in a r rI to oITer grea= inducemenI*,
tTo IseSH holesale Trade. or son or I anae.-

Panoon AltlD online a
Also, Caler and Woon Sear work, all qmil
ines. H us, lates and Srns.mas Matraresse. sh
14-e seas. Launsu Casson Peassurong
1 sole. Irs-m @22 = o elut)
Jenny Und and E'nlenslan Pos
Bede ,
( '

I'lll.. CN I ED.*gig .*

Mar b IGoods ReLatled an Time.8m.
on Mustag Lintment,
Intriosie virtue al e could insurethosuecess
which r arracle has attained. For Rheama-
nGa d r ein 1 1, o
Hxotrh a tt shafoo ste t af wA
a inia reference to line guessal ca.mution of the
losentag brainagna, I crimineerfully say that as

a Eq y ark
writes, "that the horse was consdered worth-
andb on up an e en n
$150. Yoid Liisinfoi V is doing wondel a up
here." Subh testimony is reachmg us every
fuldThe ha f IsBen re is sC ns 1
genuine Mustang is sold by all respectable
dealers throughout the world.
BARNES & PARK, Proprietors, New-York

am now prepared to elier to my eld insenda
of this Ancient city .11 Johns coun=> a
snous splendid sumort es, I un ana nu 5 was y
nu dsean/o don, I 3.< afj@
it ends aceshnpunied :1.. ea.s. wall t.e
prompr y nuenacea w.... as ca., runs me.
menu sweentire ties.-.. ... e

ay. ,, ju,
1re:Mustacuun a the n 0.. u.
v all wed a are a ur. a r ...s.
& 0 a

'8" 21
1 1 on in
sayst... .
nues,.ualunawns.uke o to
much Prime, Ladies as.. ... ae.. no *
announsemin., un., u...s.,
Egi 1 Ed aba to. 1 4
7 7 g
Deatroys Instantly


"Costar's" RalRoseb,&a.Extermaus.
astar'e'p Bed..bug Externmator.

"Costar'a" Electrio Powder, for 10.
Beau, &D.
acernors assaurry
Rair.--Roaches--Mine-Moles--thound Mac
Ben Bug Ar.Ia--Mothe-Moqusion.- Fiens
.-Insects on Plants, Powla, Ammala, do., do.-
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and sharpdeas of detail, as if you were on the
otographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
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Fulton street Prayer Meetings, in which many
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Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10,
$15, $20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, she by
x ee alone, (without instrument) can b
sent by mail.
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fascinating and deliglitful amusement. We are
prepared to ill out amateurs with everything
nor c]sia o taskueT c oep OT'i t es."
Importer and Manufactur 0 aphic
Materials, Stereoscopesand Stereoscople 1ten
couTy air at li i t180
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address, stating whether theywant the Pencil
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to dae privilege of sending for it if thy
Our plan, from long experience in the above
business, has given general satisfaction, so each
purchaser can sell or trade the above articles
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