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Title: St. Augustine examiner
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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 20, 1861
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
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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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have been furnished by ogr Creator as the
fule of all our actions, to be contentto
maintainany institution, which does not
equate with the word of God merely be-
oause the preadfat generation found it as
is exists;" or cause wicked northerney
and Englishns had entailedit upon them;
apd th editors t TasDAr-Bduk are too
Just 1, v. ugan., el.&Gas q J.: ji..,t.1, <,r
1.1.0 8 would be wall.e.g t.odgregard the
injuncuous of Goua leary war sad he is,

lats hate poisoned the whole denin, 8Dd "advocate" all that we approve; and (if consistent with the Divine decrees)
thern opinion at the fountain -the South d4mands no such compromise received into His Heavenly kingdom here-
4 the Holy Scriptures, and ofsionseience or volition from others as after-who, I aslt, contemplating.these
it teachings, and in vain with thatpe-she ashwouly to know what is the glorious results of time African slave trade,
to wisdom may you strive to divine law, tha she herself may strive to shall dare c to array himself against the
itical truths at the North, fulfill it. If, for examlile, the Holy Sprip- mysterious purposes of Omniselenee "who
[ back to the fountain heads tures inform us that a certain race of men, doeth all things well," or introgate the -an-
g the evil there, by showing ver, due descendants of Ham-negroes--- thority #the Almighty and had anathesians
ear and falsehood of their de- was cursed fpr theer aimes by the Almigh- and maledictians against an institution
the teachings of amipture ly to everlanning servicude: if the some holy which necomplishes such stupendous and
a Inyman, I e..nnot be ex book furnisiwitna wab busterial and gas ununerably bleasinge ?

ail'Oifthe to assert, char a eratisfy trwAssibe pe ple of thaI. nee *"Sep tife work of the Rev. Josiah Priest,
hate man who will trace out became theinhabiance of Palearine-shot entitled **Bible Defence of Slavery."
IILINF5 LLO ODiar@ latSLOff 0 they perpernated the same enormiues and
[ BUT* u rOEn idE Sr Avenuaraw frualive J
, from the fuss. nonatura abominations.-througlious shas land for E11a or Gods Chosen.
I innomenable set perpetrated which they were at first accursed, that they
shed by Rabbinical writers, established every unclean acrocity as the BY NETTIE.
nation of their foul and in- fixed institutions, nity as the very religion,
itiesof Sodous and Gomorrah, of the land-(see Levitieus chapter 18th, livIn e ird part of our little Cidty there
extinction or expulsion frous .v.7. 27,28; ebapter 20th, v.*11, 23)-that nown eir in ustry as
e express command of Deity for these abominationia God consumed a well as strict and honest principles of ree-
ized and libidinous idolatry, portion of them with Are and brimstone titude, the Family consisted of the Hus
y made Islael tfallain," and rained down from heaven-that the Jews ah gialns at lee odges atw
t to upy A were commairded to make no marriages nor haird urchin of about fourt old
PLE; any person, I qay, covenants with tEam, but to utterly slaugh- een years .
ly follow up this horrible and des(roy them, and those that they did 'the Sisters were a stfor their Beauty as
come to the cond n that not destroy or drivee out," they were to appears e would strike the beholder wt
tude was the moderate pun- convert into slaves-that wherever the ad ation b little ab
ce capabloof anch unspeag- Jews ridated the command of God by b anir eing a ove the usual
nd abominations. (See 8th making equilds of those negroes (as the eight an whose bes g was majesth it-
s, 19th chap. Genesis, 18th Abolitionists are now striving to do) they a ow-
s and 20th chap. of Leviti- incurred the displeasure of the Almighty, ing benevolence and portraying Beauty of
Numbers 51 and 52 verses) and 12ere ineverely punished; nay, that al- so ex rao inary a cast as to cause an in-
t chap.; 2d Klugs,9th chap.; most all the real evils of the Jews, after all Intary pexepreuss o to risetto alP of
23d chap. 5th verse and th d P l i

ADYERIMBKhhl5 Will ied baseblied Mathe
One Dollar per square of twelve linessnd
ander, forth Aret meertion;and Seventy-Five
sentsfore5h a u2t ns ti@sited to the
apace contracted for. All couracts shau be in
w a ,d padd a rn ti mthe
not properly connected trith the bususess shall
4 chargedalsiparately and Isoda excess of
m a as as not marked with the num.
it o i 8el will be continued
ggg, Fire Dollars will be charged for all an-
nomacements of Candidates for Office, in ad-

as Obituarymotices, when they exceed six
lines in length will be charged for at advertisse-
ingCo t advertisements payable quarterly;
advertisements from strangers and transient
2 < e j de.rorAllothers willbe
one square, he six menths, - $10 to
I.ega o'ti our e r tillistra- 10 00
ti . . . - - 5 00
@ rene r a editojiminis- 7 uo
trator - - - - - lo go
on u sin exh.iob Printing, nuist be paid
From the New York Day Book.
Letter frolnDr. J. S.150Farlanes
of Near Orleans.

GENTLEMEN.-1 need 800, in an article
Intended for the public eye, advert to the
profeand respect l entertain for you, and
the grateful admiration with which I conj

.rest work in which you are engaged; no!
need Ireiterate what I have before stated
in private comm D eatioDS Viz.: that 1
coddered youn divinely inspired and mis-
ed up, to inoulcate and disseminate the
great traths, on which the liberties of
this country, either as unitedzor divided
Sepublies, must depend. But what I par-
ticularly admirein your whole career is (he
unerring sagacity, and sound .common
sense, and Republican (I begin to hate that
word) logie with .which you grapple
with every political subjectandinatinctive-
ly arrive at soud 80DOftl810Da. A Illure
orthodox and reliable text-book and vade
mecum than the New York DAY-Boom, on
all political subjects, cannot exist, and
none better is required. Nor can I object
to the resolution to which you have so per-
aistootly adhered, to.confine Tsa DAY-
13oon to the practical consideration of ne-
gro slaveryas is now exists, and pos to ag-
mit any abstases or theoretical speculations,.
which might involve you in discussions, un-
prostable it .not detrimental. Lille the
socientAthlets, ypa have determined to
divest yourself of every incumbrance, while
engaBe la tbo colabat
To this and yes have exeloded all com-
aunications havzag referencetothe origin
of the varion races of man, as indicated
by theMoly 8ariptures, as well as every ar-
gament attended to justify the African
gave trade. Iswasin reference to this, I
stated as a late cominanisation, that I had
been nufartunate in my seleonon of topics,

Tas Dav-Boca, and my articles had been
prosonneedisadmissiable. Nevertheless, so
constituted is the mind of man-so divine
Isis aspiring after light and informatio*,
that we osanot, nor should we, be satisfied
with a usere)saewledge of the existence of
facts around us. The Almighty, for wise
purposes, hasedowed as widshealtiesand
aspirations whichporpetually ask, why are
these facts sof-hence instead of sitting
-down in supine and passive contentment
with what we know of things as they ex-
ist, mankind are perpetually stragling to
attains higher and more perfeeeknowledge-
it is this,/isculty schichaternally distin*
guishes the white man forts the negro race.
Neither is is possible, nor aboald it be, for
a civilized or Christian people, professing
to believe shas the Holy scriptines of trash

is. .
(1 Lil0 10Vettig"lilr*DS O 09trati kB.)
pious tabligni scholars and ownsuem.acers
had not satisfied 1.- South that I..:g.o sla.
Very (so far from stung a sin ago.nst God,
and a violation of His divine how, as laught
and asserted by and ba. .tel at,.,.
litionists) was in strict accordance witly
His allwise and merciful desigtis towards
the degraded and dgwritrodden raceof flam,
in these latter days, there would not be a
million of negro slaves now in our country
---they would have long since been render-
ed up and sent back to Africa, no matter
at what sacrifice, by their pious, conscien-
Lious, and noble-minded masters, as a free.
will offering to the indisputable commands
of the great Master of all. If the true
men of the North had neen, as I so ofteiz
: have, the pious Christian inaster of the
South worshipping in the saine temple,
kneelingat the same altar, and partaking
of the same enoramental cup with his meek
and lowly slave;-if they had seen, as l in
my professional .vocation often have, the
same Christian master on his death-bed,
surrounded by the same faithful slaves,
grasping their hands, and bidding then
farewell, and exhorting them to be faithful
Christians and meet him in heaven, while
with teare and lamentatiousaltheirbereavee
ment, they promised to fulfill his dying
admonitions;-if, I say, the true men of
the North could .witness these interesting
and affecting scenes, they woEld form a

his devoted slave. .
And yet it is posable else closinedding
and diabolion't abolitisake, by operating on
the infirm and childlike mind of the negro,
and painting in false andslelusive colors the
charmsof free negroisrn, may rend asunder
these holy and patriarchal rslations, tear
the poor, helpless, improvident and bewild,
bred being from his only sincere and affee
tiOD840 fri0D(1RDd pf000000tt &Di CRSt him
out into a bleak and inhospitable world, to
live a life of slo, wretchedness, and misery,
and be cast into a prematiare grave. For
such, 1 appeal to 011, 8 the fate of the free
negro at the 1Yorth.
There is yet another view of this subject. i
_Although thy finite and contracted vision '
of man cannot grasp the infillite desiggs of
God, and although what, to our imperfect
uDderstandings, may appear incomprehensi.
ble, and, with reverence be it spoken, even
harsh sad sigorous, yet there is one fixed
and immutable ride by which the Almighty
has alwa a health with man, and that is;nos
sh b d 41 .
atoes ices r ca .bowde
that even when in His righteous displeasure
God has inOEased the moist condign punish.
mens upon man, He has "in His wrath
remonabered mercy," and blessings have
secompanied His most severe blictions,
For instance, when God entailed the prime-
val ourse upon the grounds 197 which man
was condemned "to eat.Re fruit of the
,ground by the swest of His brow," yet in
thas very punishment are bound up health,
annsanon.intand-indep.andones,-shich are
the pre-eminent attrabutes of an agriculati-
ral life. Bo when the Almighty said of the
negro race, "a slave shalt thou be while
heintiated on him this seemingly awful
dispensation, and stamped his physical and
intellectual nature with interiority and im.
beeility, }Is at the same time endowed
another and superior race' with faenities
and capacities, to be his guide, instructor
and proceeter to. the end of time. Of the
causes which led to this infliction, that
they merited this fearful retribution, we
cannoedoubs, if we believe in the justice
of the Almighty, and he must doubt the
trash of Revelation who hesitates. .
"To justify the ways of God to man,"
or who imagings that the negro race would
have been easignied to perpetual servitude
by the Almighty, without adequate caus**

1st Kings, 11th chap. In these in
Esekiel and many other portions of the
Old Testament are described the lling
onoranities of Life negroes of Cana and
AIDODg Other thiDgg the idestruClion Of
eighth hundred and fifty negro priests'
won zippers or El 1, by the lyine com-
anand throng ijab.)
And here permitme, ass southern slave
holder, to express my profound regret at the
manner in whichthe edison of the learned
and pious Jewish .Rabbi, of your city, on

down to their
Palestineby th
-theit animal
by which "the
cause e wra
who will calm
narrative, will
perpetual servi
ishment of a ra
able excesses a
chapter Genesi
chap. Levitiou
cus; 33d chap.
1st Kings, 2
also 2d Kings

ey entered aestne, arose from their
violating the command of God, by making
equals of those of whom God had coin-
usanded them to make slaves, or destroy
that portions of those stegroes who wer
Dot destroyed or enslaved, were "driven
out," or made their eneape from Palestine
and settled in Africa, where their deseen-
dants havesince expanded into.many mil-
lions; that for a thousand years they have
continued to practice the inanne horrible
stroeities for which their race was at first
accursed; nay, they are, if possible, still

her Be
mendeauty al r e t eithe v d
mind, her native modesty, and her cher
ful b d with de 1
ca or t be beloved, an84 hepa
circle "Lilly" as she was called was th
Hearts treasure, .to her Bister "Ella"
whose eyes had never seen the light of
Heaven (being born blind) she was the
treasure of all that was most dear. Ella
who we shall DOw describe was a Burnette
with a nast, intelligent face one which an
artist coul I have studied with admiration

es cal sueb a nous .. b.4 which ar. 0 -r-m. us Arnea, the Jul hasuals
.ukI..r..i 1.. e. he II.. ten c....s... c.:- s, .rura **ri.< ra. 1-
and enlighten td1e minds of the falsell yest of slaves"-abject, helpless and debas-
ednanted northern masses* ed-rustune sk-ring p...y of all who desire
Wheni stimit of God, learned in the to mini..o thern fine they readily and
original language in which the divin? obeerfnily sell their owri children into ever-
mandates were first proclaimed to our race> takeing bondage, and with the instinctive
informs na that the ents. all...Led ori Hanx kilowledgazanii feelirig of the ourse inflieted
was, 'ta alave shalt thou bi:,' and what the on their race, they do not wait for the white
VOff 188 00mmandmelit8; insdribed by man to penetrate into their coizatry sci en-
the finger of God, which we daily teach to slave them, but that with ready hand they
our children, contained the word as Ava' bring them to the sea coast of their land
which by a mistranslation had been ren- to offer the voluntarily for th acceptance
dered BERVANTS, and that the real lan- of any who will purchase them. That
guage of the commandment was, "that those who are not thus enslaved by white
shalt not coveh thy neighbor's slave,"- men, are either wantonly slaughtered, and
obdurate and inflexible must be the Aboli their bones employed to pave the very
tion spiral, which will still persist in be- streets of their dinrderers, or retained in a
lieviing and asserting that an institution bondage barbarous and merciless, far worse
thus ordained, sanctioned and protected by than death. That the poor,",behased, de-
the Ahitighty, is sinful, unjust or humoral. generate, abject, helpless and miserable
And permit me still further to demur to barb th th I
the sneer directed at the learned and pious of es a ts odn8gh neMienn8ltrumenta i-
Rabbi, because after having said that by ,) a y brought
slave was an institution created and or into contact with the highest type of ha'
daineTof God, "he remarked that he we medity aDd CV h54$10$ (10n SROh }(nt have
no advocate of slavery." be,) whee (July are introduced to a mild
When we consider die appalling igno. .al b lit
rance and fanaticism by which the learned 4 ppers a read coure by sma
gentleman is surrounded, we cannot be and bimeirolent laws-their welfare and
surprised at his desire personally to propi- happiness mipistered to in sickness and in
tiate it It was quite enough for the co- lawarig, traned with kindness and Affection;
season, for him boldly, learnedly and au- ften beloved b st thel
thoritatively to tell us what cosistituted $110 n. tment discated by 4 eirr8e7ues evaded
Almighty decrees, so that no sincere seeker and tau.anizing oivilisation of the age)
after truth could plead iginorance on the ristrainal from their nuclean and besetting
subject he eager. It is not every maR am.., bur.abeted, taup.t the principles
who possesses the dirmness of nerve and
sturdy independence of Dr. Van Evrie, or of the religion of Jesus Christi.
who can grapple, like Los in the midst of When to these blessings to the negroes
Sodom, with overy speciesof impurity, and themselves are superadded the fact that
remain uncontaminated. Had the pious their moderate but combined and regular.
and learned gentleman pursued a different ted labor is blade the instrument by whielr
course, had he exhibited too muelt seal, millions andriline of millions of the white
and declared himself an "advocate of sla- race are fed and clothed and supported-
very," it, would have placed him in a par- by which the wheels of commerce are mov-
risan attitude, and weakened his testimony. ed, and peace, and -prosperity, and civil.
What we wanted to know was, what God sation advanced among the national! Who
said aboutalaveryin the original serffitures, -contemplatizig this wonderful scheme of
without any human advocacy; and that we Divine Proddence, by which these abject,
got, from the pious and learned gentleman, helpless and hopeless beizigs-poor, and
and it was enough to satisfy every.boliever wretched, and.miserable, and blind, and
of the justice of negro slavey. naked-are reasoned from ignorance, bar.
It would savor too iduch of New Eng. barism and the most debasing idolatry, and
land puritanism for us to demand of the redeemed, rgenerateid andChristianized-
rest of mankind, to reject, all that we con- admitted into thi church of God on earth,

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to be inspired, answered my owit 'Ells"
to hear your sweet voice and kind words
fillamyHeartirich transportsof joy, and
causes all murmurs to cease, and -you my
Guardian Angel through Gods kindness
heals the Heart that woqld at times
For what "Lilly" dear. wavidst thon
refielfare you not Gog'sand altaires benty,
are you not good, land, lovelog nod gener-
us, qram.J son are .* r.ered all thK -

has enosed ding.sfacak.n no enter that
once gay and I;gbryonse, speak Sis- *
ser anne.
"Lilly" attempted to, hugh, but for a
deep blast ().<.1 sutfamed her cheek one
might have thought hei apparent gay
laugh was all truthfulness.
Yet "Ella" would have doubted, to
doubt her Sister she could DO1) it WaS Sin*
ful, within her Heart she prayed that the
pleavenly Father would watch over her
darling, and spare her from Wordly trouble;
then gently rising she walked across the
Room, knowing each and every object as
she would brush by them as though there
was no blindness.
"Lilly" sat with her Head resting on
her handing deep thought, for some time
at length as if moved by some thought
she murmured, and Oh! my God is is so
do I love, in my heart, yearning for a
atranger, I to love in vain, are all
my bright visions to be destroyed and my
fond anticipations cast aside; am I not
mortal, does not the same feelings this
oanaed others to love, Bow through my
veins, and must Icrush them because I arn
a woman. It does not become me even to
allow a whispered breath to pass my lips;
po, no, this Heart and mind must bear the
tortaire even although it causes them to
burst asunder, and with a firm and cahn
determination, as one whose sorrows had
commenced she resumed her occupation,
Time the brother of all worldly trouble
had past, and one year had beeR told in

withysin hope t6Lilly, her most earnest
wish had not heel gratified, exid her Heart
still whispered I;Iope.
With "Ella' it was differed; her every
thought of mind and heart wrapped up in
her God she did riot feel, the certain fu-
roade made by that fell destroyer Con-
sumption or her frail constitution,
Those around her who loved her whis
all the fervency of gentle and trusting
Hearts, would not see in the heetic cheek
that death was playing with their pet one,
yet it was so and day by day the slow, but
painfal breathing of rbas bright fair girl,
beetime mpre liereoptible, while lier step
was are laDguid, withal she was the same
obeerful loving and loved "Ella As the
mother would watch thai Angelic like
face with the anxiety that* a mother alone
can feel she would with a Christian spirit
murmur. "Thy will be done oh my God;"
and tears from the bleeding Heart of the
going mother would cource.dpwn her faces
Top Spring was now at hand, and on-
turewith herbeautiful garl had dec)c'd
out in g eand brillia colors theh forest

gladness to welcome once again their few
(ive season, yet with all this bright and
be [n auddalif nvig6r 5 st

bright Spring Sowers had .eo ninenced to
bloom to deak her boir. around which Aa.
gols were to abg.
Mila" knew and felt this; an# ozoops

i wh h sPeehe ve sPonjnrikro
earth, her Reart was glad and in its glad-
-asess she bleas'd her God,
Afterzoqo of her restless ni hts as the
Say commencedto dawo, an the balmy
breeze of the morning was wafted in
through the half closed blinds of her

#1 eardho botd he minot.8 ; Dear
"Ella" willsoon be with her God, call
gently gross around me that I may say
good bye, weep not dear one's. Your loss
a "El e" egaindk nd F1het}dear Mother,

.me-and kiss year Po8v{ do adt7e on r
ready do I hear the glorious anthem of
Gods choir singing praises to his mercy,
and I, oh! Is do happy; then why

bye, no, nod we not, but join e la
high; wh earTgh hand inaises to am on
Oh! praise then with your voiw e Holy
mame, and as the last and Doses of the 80E
rowing group had paeaed away Millia" whir

Guedd dras it f b p rn
her yet beautiful ratio.

j ~ ~ QALT IN-t TH UNO ANDa N.OHIN LE.srr .~r rr~r -.~

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End /ak8FC IO lu vain to behold what had
been derned her She was the personifi-
cation of a holy angelic idea, that althe
not expressible in words, causes the Heart
to how and bless with adoration such of
God's works that are earthly-yet not of
eitrth; "Ella" she Angel girl was loved by
all, her's was a Christian spirit, to her
God in Beaven, was her every -thought
given, and her words when in prayer was a
solace to all around; no murmur ever came
from those lips, no sad disappointed
thought ever caused her sweet face to
show that discontent was ever felt in her
Heart; and as she would for houra quietly
sit with head on her Sister's lap, a light of
beaming joy would appear to settle on her
face asshe would for hours listen to the
musio of her Hearts choice, Lilfy.
oElla" d one asked Lilly how is it
h ear afBiot al
you wit so great an ion, ways are
content, happy and gay; while I do have
moments of regret, strive as 1 may they do
come and cause.discontent; Ah! Sister
mine what God barsen fit to boostow on

ml eas has been to me no causp 0
. .
ar to thao clhaer only caus
taixglit me to feel that in him alone exists
all true peace and happiness, to bless his
name with a feeli of true reverence and

an idi ah b didesg hemymydea la
mantle is taken from me, that my sigbc
will be iveri and Itirill be with him in
his & Choir of Angels, to ain ever-
.gta g .
lasting praises to his Holy name; Oh! Sis*
tes dear, these grant glorious and most
sublime thoughts easse she to feel on
Earth as if my God was near and with me
at all times, and with such feelings, such
thoughts, such a desire to be there in the
Heavens above with God and his own
chosen ones; I am always content, happy.
and satisfied; and when so him I feel and
know I owe the blessing of a fond kind
and generon*Father; qloving and loved
mother, akind, sister, and noble brother,
all who love me, and to whom I owe so
much; could Lhave one and thought, not
oh! no.
"Lilly" who had lisioned drinking in
with caps admiration every word as is
drop'd from the lips of one who appeared

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WI s.--The north" (muss ifti "apla n

dint on of northern epaulettes to southern

tt sa{o n re inTt1 rhave lostro mtese
having southern wives, and they protest
stranely against their soldiery being drawn
igto utreason" by enob gentle persuasives.
dieNs re I 11 itheserunni j liBene
know sy experience to Ge infallible, via -
that in a question of duty a woman's in,
stincts are far to be preferred to the judg.
ments of man." Weasy three cheers for
the southern irives of northern soldiera!-
Savannah Republican.

SaTURDAY. APRIL.90, 1861.
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19tter frolR 91'. J. S.MOPAtlati9
of New Orleans.

On our Set page will be found the letter
of Dr. J. 8. lifoF.LaraANE, brother-in law
of Bishop ANonaws, published in the New
York Day .Book of the 30th ult. We
corpmend it to a careful perusal. The
subject is ably handled and graphically
delineated. It is a considetaiion of vital
importance that the physiology and the
true position of the African negro in the
aeale of society should Le publioly disons
sed in order to arrive at just conclusions.
As the Bible is the faithful text, book on
all subjects relating to man, the Doctor

bn itess gun t.pearls of ruble
well if the sonool of anti-slaverites were to
and do likewise" ihatend of raisi'go ag
such a halloabelloo to no purpose except
no a means of making a little political enp
ital by which to reach power.

This era 0 I annon
mud'ringity of4efia Glife pro

Lincoln Government; allanchferorsweare to
that this lon is over ght nobly
have the South Caroliniansdone their duty;
they are no degenerate sons of noble stres
We have no words to express our admira-
tion of this ghtlant State; not only have
(bey exercised patience and forbearance
but Valor' and mugnanimity. She has
covered herself all over with glory,
We hope to give our readers an authen-
go statement of the attack and surrender,
"'u the Charleston or Savaunall papers
which will probably reach us on Thursday-
evening; we await with st..'sury the news
from thence, and from ForrPickens,
11is rumored that the Fleet whlob pas.
sed Charleston on Friday last was intended
for Fort Palanki, in that event, we expect
to hear the brave Georgians have given a
good account of themselves. In the last
war with Great Britain they proved thein'
selves fully able to expel the invader from
their shores, and we have yet to learn, that
they have deteriorated since that time.

Revenue Plag.
We learn from our Montgomery ex-
changes that a flag for our revenue servion
husbeen adopted, from a mixtel furnished
by Dr. H. D. Onpers, of Santh Carolina.
The following is the description: The three
broad bars, arranged perpendicularly in-
stead of horisoutally, as in the National
flag. The colors are, conseimmirely, bhie,
:.-st.Joshar shess..a.

Nearotat, April -The war sto mer
Pawnee sailed at air o'clock yesterday
evemag, for the south, with sealed orders.
A numberef vessels, mostly bound north-
ward, are in the roads, deiaised by the
sm e steamer Pocaboutae sailed to day for
the south, with sealed orders. .
The steamer South Carolina, from Bos-
ton for Charleston, touched nero to-day, to
land twenty five passengers. She experi-

en es otofu ep PCharleston
for Baltimore, is in here for coal,
The nearner Georgiana, from Baltimore
for Norfolk, now due, has n6t been heard

Excustosa, April 11.-The Convention
has adopted a relations that the people
ofVirgrainwillawaitany reasonable time
to obtain answers from the other States of

elsUnts@a ainb ase amen I 0
Isarrassmentathat must produce delajr, but
they will expect, as ass indispensable condi.
tion, that a facillo policy will be adopted
towards theadeeded States, and that no at-
temph will be made to subject, themto Fed-
eral authority, nor to reintorce the forts,
nor to recapture the forte, &er, nor axact
any imports at the ports of said States.
The followiDg additi0Dal reSolution 188
also a os y t f I

regard any action of the Federal or Com
federate Governusent, tending to produce a
collisionpondibgherefortsfor an adjuss-
sue diflienhiesd as undwissand iinjurienu

the part of either, as leaving Virginia free
to determine her future policy.
our enemies may see that Georgia is pre-
pared for any emergency abe to likely to be
called on to face,.we copy elsewhere, from
the Southern Recorder, no offroial list of
the volunteer companies in the State.
They add up $28, nearly two to a county,
and fixing theaverage number of men at
50, which we ard convinced is dbort of the
mark, we have an available force of volun-
her soldiery, ready for action ata moment's
waking, of elemen thousand four hundred
wee! .
1s will thus be seen that the State of
Georgia is prepared to illi many such re-
quisitious as have been recently made upon
her by the Confedersta Government, and
that witbonedrafting a single man for the
service.--Bavannah Republican,


.- ..
seven mass, ranged ir. a cirde. The flag
with the ekeeption of 61)* arrangements of
the colors, very much resembles that of
the French union.

Acts Speak Louder than Words..
On the 1st February, 1850, Senator
John P. Hale, of New Hampshire, present.
ted two petitions from isnae Jefries and
other citizens of Pennsylvania, and John
F. Woodward and others, praying tist
asotoe plan might be devised for the disso-
ludore of* the Americais Union." Mr.
Webster, of Massaobusetts was unsparing
in his denusiciation of the petitio'ns, and
suggested that there should have been s
preatr.ble to thein in these ords:
'*Gentlemen, members of .Congress:
Whereas at the commencement of the ses/
aion, you and each of you, took your sol.
emn oaths, in the presence of God, and on
the Holy Evangelihts, that you would sup-
port thetonstitution of the United States
-now, therefore, we pray you to take its
mediate etepli to break up the Union and
overthrow the Constituti6n as soon as you
Yet this petition received three votes,
Tohn P Wale kNew Hampshire, William

a O in Th I aSal in
officer. [See Senate JogrDB@ IS$ 8085100
31st Oo 129.

alir- It is said Justice Wayne, of
Georgia, and Justice Campbell, of Alaba-
ma, remain for the present on the U. 8.
Bupreme Bench as the ryst solsontation
of the Burd.,r Santa- rat to prevent, va.
chances which would be find by Black
Republican onecessors, and secondly to
participate in the adjudication of any mat-
ter which may possibly come before the
Court touching the sovereignty of the
Confederate States, and the obaracter of
ihe Government which they have estab;
Florids PresbyterY.
The Floridian & Journal says: This
body commenced its session at the Pres-
byterian Church in this ofty on Wednesday
evening last. An able and eloquent open-
ing sermon was preached by the .Rev. Mr.
Mr. McCormick. Rev. Mr. Baker was el-
ected Moderator. There is a large atten.
dance of Ministers and Elders.

Matters in Charleston.

F al e a yet, but we are ready and waiting for it
Onaarmeron, A 11-8 p- m.-
There is a otreet runist only the Fort Sum-
ter has been demanded.
In reply to your enquiry by telegenph no

a a e gl cl@eunisms { ill
dR} SR) that it 101318 HYS ruinated
and I will aggraph you when matters are
C AR taronpAper I ---10bpd.mbT 11

a rentsuspense. Three hundred mounted
eitmens just passed for guardling the towli.

t'nAnt.estos. A 11-5, p m ---
I'euerad Schniedr. commanding in the city'
issued win order this afternoon, suntinouing
the citiseirs to aPpear, properly armed, in
the Ottadel Square.
It is nMr generally believed that the
Unueries will be opened on Fort Sumter
excitement prevails thyoughout

I ar .n---se, p re-dersitat41Noute regi--

C n in 8*
Report says Mr.j..r Au.hreer. has refused
to surrender,
Crowds are assembled, with the expecta-
tion of a Oght.

WAsmNoros. April 11-10.50 a. m.-
The city is teeming to day with anGeateite-
2nent blmost unparallekd. The vi an.
inent is mustering into service seven to
teer companies, and requiring each member
to take an oath tonight for the Union.
Fooss hundred or more have refused to
sake the oath, among whom are thirty two
out of one company, the National Rifles'
which is composed chiesy of Southern
The Adjutant General has received into
the service up to this hour about seven
hundred volunteers, and they are inuatered
in front of the White House.
The Commissioners from the Confederate
States have filed a brief reply to Secretary
Beard, and will take their departure for
Ch to to mor vts ea y suspended,

on account of the excitemout and anxiety
to hear from Charleston A thousand
rumors are alloat, but I prefer to telegraph
yon only facts.
Lieutenant Talbot and Mr. Cheer arrived
from Obarlestoo last night, and reported
immediately to the President.

WABEINGTON, April lL-The Confeder.
ste Commissioners left Washington due
morning for Baltimore, whence they will
take use Bay route for horne.

NEW YoaK, April 11.-The steam tug
JJacle Ben has been chartered by the Goir.
ornment, sod easkd for rk sourb Tuesday

Forth Regiment.

that 41 nde ,ep ao I ar
on steamers at Chattahoochee for
C anized the Regiment by the
etion pt. J. P. Anderson. of the
Jefferson Volunteets, as Colonel; Lieut.
W. K. Board; of the Leon Artillery, as
Lieut. Colynel, and Capt. McDon.1d, of
the Gainesville Mrictate Men, as Major.
These are excellent selections. The Re-
giment .leached Qulumbus on Sunday
morning last.
The Regiumat, when it reached Colum.
bits, numbered GE$ men. The Light City
Guards and Columbus G4ards tendered
their tents for their use.

'ron.-While invading the South yith a
large armed force, the Administration at
Washington is evidently uneasy at home,
lest the compHtuent should be returned
with interest. .A Baltisfacre correspondent
of the fribtme writes no follows:

Da 1. ak in [ brk
0, and Jo make them rite let *1 *l

The public alarm is not for nothing, in
my judgment. It is increased by the yish-
drawal of any portion of the Federal troops
at the Capital, for people, neither there
nor here, have any too great coddence in
the militia in aweb an emergency.. Let
but Jeferson Dakis's bngle sound, and
hosteof men in Washington and Baltimore,
who are now givin.; listless obedience to
the Federal Government, would soon rally
to the rebel flag. Nothing short of the
continued presence in Washington of an
adequate force will quiet apprehensions
EveniDg Post has the following extract of
a letter received in that eity from a gen-
tleman of high position in Washington.
It is dated on the 2d instant:
"The possession of the seat of govern.
ment by the Southern Confederacy is an
event most confidently predleted to take

to es < at t 18 Teen a we
illustrative of the purpose of the President
of the Southern Confederney. He holds a
very eligible pew in the Rev Mr. HalJ's
oburch, and a lady, wishing to obtain it,
wrote*to him shat she would give wh'at he
gave for it. He replied, 'that so far from
eelinquishingdaydhi pewe abavelonie
hearing a y name. A lady just fs;om Mont
getnery, in taking leave of Mrs. Davis>
asked, 'And what mea from you to your Indy friends in ,liashbig-

ppy t is r pli ,di 1 hern I esis lb
House some dwo n onths hence."

to.The(.II.. In enor<,ns (.0
ga far a .
Nzw Yoint, April 6, 1861.
The eity is very modtreatoised, and noth-
Ing in talked about but Lincolo's rud-mad
war pokey, news of which will leave @...:1.-
ed on i th New person d"

are this games to liand. The Serb has
many friends 19 this eity wise wish her
God Byeed The masses do not sym-
pathine with the war movements of Lin'
ene otT m ends-o Tf Air un
were silent and gloomy, and looked as
though they had assembled to witness a
funeral. Quite different would have been

tide sea st desthee up e ipup3
; of their brethren of the same country at
the South.
. Success to the Palmetto-may victory
oro*,to all her efforts.

DEBERTEIA TO THE Socres.-It is stated
that twenty or the rank and file o'Ithe army
left Washington on Thursday lasefor Mons
somery, for the purpose of enlisting in the
Southern army. These desertions make
an aggregate of two hundred and eirhty
army .recruits for the Boathern Goiern.
ment from the Sqderal capital since they
have been stationed there by General Seott.
a a .' 8

tila) HTS. 000 8 AB oarefally preserved
the Seatch cap and old cloak with which
he sneaked into Washington City, and

I sahtehkeeps them Tis goveme .plachee
says in times like these th re me telling
whost might happen, and ass things are
Bracic REPUbl.10.iN TACTIOS.-The
Allowingis a portion of si letter received

sm No friends in Charleston-that
the fuss and talk about Spain and San
Drmingois simply with a view to mislead.
Itis a part of the plan matured by the
Republicans at Washington to blind the

3Suout rn a hj nI nowdt. d
bearer of despatches from that Island.
Another absurd story, manufactured for
eWeet at the South is, that the Mozican
General Ampudia was marching on Texas
with three thousand me

agir* A suddest darkness, which Insted
an hour, cape over Northfleet, near Lon:
don, on Aeb Wednesday afternoon. Men
Tost their way, and cattle became frantic
.with fear,

A Pree'1 Water Spring at Sea.

rev o ut r rh,2 bLa r o
discovery of a boiling fresh water spring at

sea, of h consetdof Flore1d il fle sys 01
ag gfrom St. Augustine, Flotida, used
eight miles of shore. It boils up with
great force, and can be described at a die.
tance of two spiles. When fires seen it has

aleappearames of a breakerdand as geog
vieTi a ch bu tisTve hanger awatee
between sis and the, abore. Ten fathoma
of water are found to the seaward, but no
bottom can be relizized with the deep sea

@ to .9T ar a s n is
fresh, and is by no m4aos unpalatable

Oh culiaritydboutbehis enoine la
boils up from six to eight feet above time
level of the sea, sad presents rather a for
bidding appearance. This spring has
doubtless deceived hundreds, who have;
hastily put about horn, as they thpught
imminent danger, and reported seeing a,
"rodk with water breaking over i The

Lde b is passed o e
by a bucket shown user she <.da, and

but now the supposed danger has become
as it were, "a well of water in a barren
land."-Ukarleston Courier.

THEErFEarm BAleTIMORE.---Adespatell
from Baltimore to the flunagouse yA wr
ther says.
C The weirlike preparations have enused an
increasing exeinemen there. The feeli= g
I of opposition to coereton is growing intense.
Many away and navy oilicers threaten to
resign if war is consenced against the
Such; suder any circumstances.
Lieut. Howard, of Maryland, hasakeagly
resi oed arid one South to otVer his scr-
We to Fred sub Davis. ft is rumored
that Col Lee also purposes resigning.
Enlistments for the South are increasin,
rapidly. o
Genslemen from Virginia say she will
certainly secede if any used is spilled.
Tkere is n, decidedly increasing preju-
dies hereasainst allowing Republicans to
hold olk and violouse is threatened
agemst them in case of the decompt being
ma e- .

roam.L. -A ball introduced into the lower
Elouse of the California Legislature on the
80th of January, to prevent r.he amalgama-
tion of different races of men, provides that
any white person who shall hereafter be
et na si t I so cubald-
dian, shall be punished by fine and im-
prisonment, or both; and that the her trial
a person beds, boards, cohnbits or intenuar-
ries wash an individual of any of a is

I @'2 perse 1 1 as sitee 0 ti ain
.hull subject libn to all constitutional disa.
.L.iluresus......:..... ersonsof color. The
California a gl blur., is reinselyd providing;
a as is Sud SMBggT

General American Republics.--[Oowner-
cial Balleth.
air Col Van Dorn, of the Omfederate
army, arrived in Mobile yesterday, froni
a ash an ,Neb7s e wasHsen
on the servioa of the Confedera and
came rapidly from that quarter. H ihinks
that the report of a contemplated invasion
Texas born teb e onmN do n

of our columns this morning, as untrue.
We have no doubt that it in. How could
five thousand men in Northern Mexies be
improvised for a kmainess of his sort? It
may be that that mischievous fellow Cor-
1 se e tb tyas70m so jaoa8an
is not either probable or possible.-JIfobile
fribune. 4th. .

O. H. Berryman, late Lientenant Op.
manding of the U. 8 steamer Wyandone,-
died on board thist vessel on Tuesday last
of what is supposed to have been brain
fever. The deceased was.a native of Vir-
ginia, about 48 years of age, a ad had
abrved his wantrydhirty-tw6 years. He

a ; f.,d Had a no
would have been drawn to her defense
La his lukewarmous is our annes be for .
gonen. Nayshesurf lie IIghaly on.Qis
breast.-feasuals Gamette.

WARING UP-We harpreports of large
and enthusiastic Seaeasionmeesingein Vir.
nia and Word Carehna. Theatrongest ad.
v..11ifterof the OFOR li fofr wSalre--strace-
are now nooompromising Senesasoulats.
We predict treat all the border slave States,
eicrqai t ea @dth o a 1 80 ite
within six thonths.

A FIT SELEG 'ION.-Carl So ura, Teaen;
tly appointed Minister to Spain, bjr the
Washm a vo s it oth d dus)

lecturer of the Nort.h-west, who in a politi-
cal speech made last anmmer spokei of
God, as ut* at ideal gentlemain kyond the
skies." He will make a very appropriate
representative for aBlack Republican gor;

PassAcoLA.-A facetious writer' from
this point says: Gommander BaAae, has
nearly completed his fortifications, and is
ready now to "see companf."


Ofgar, it'sshamefu declare, .
To make the seen all go,

*Ale ?so an weeheartshere.
%glike toneethe brave, 'tis true,
. 4 w'doot orge them stay,
whoserstopoorgirls to do,
new they see all sway!
We tasthem we couldsparetheathere,
Bergeshey bal to go
at tipts shirhearts, wwweren'tewase
Tombus steeld miss thymmes.
we ma ss n.e.a all so many wayd,

is grea 0 La ng 4 atheatir, -
On Sundays, when we g assehurch,.
itelook in vain forsease
To meet us, smiling on the pnehs,
And ask to see us home.
And then, we can'tonijoy a walk,
Since all th4 beaux are gone,
For whatsthe use, (to we plain talk )
Itwe mustrudge alone!
But what's the use of talking thus,
We'll try to becyntest.

For though we are aparc,
There is no reason whywozasy
Not open hears to heart.
we trust it my not ever some
To any warlike test-.
We wantto see our southern homer
Recure in peacetillrest.
But if the blood of those we love,
Infreedom'seause must flow,
With fervent trust mGod above;
Webid themonw.un

And we willwatchthem astheygo,
And cheer them on their way,
our armsshall1-otheirresting place,
When wounded sore they lay.
Ohif the sons ofSouthernsoil,
Forfreedom's cause must dies
Her daughterseek no dearer boon
Than by their side so lie.
aiiP" The Charlestori Courier anys:
Representatives or members of Northern
houses arrived in this eityon Saturday and
Sunday, to the amber of twelve or-fifteen,
Some of th0m 8VOW their intention to look
around its to the advantages of establish.
ing branches, or removing South.
The Okicage Wigmans, ir. which
Lincolu was nominated, was sold atanction
on the 30th

lia,, The Editor of the Key West by
of the Gulf, who was in Apdachicola a
few dalya ago, on route for Pensacola, states

thathJ e Marvin has decided todrelin
in Federn 'o ,aa6rs& th to ad al uly
ceased the exercise of his Judicial face.
sions.-Florifian Jourwsl.
Canalon DIEW KENKESS.-The full..w-
Eg 8 the FOOOipt of 068 Vine Half the
father rif the commander of the Greas
Eastern, which has enabled as many men
to overcome she malady; Sulphate of iron,
go us;1ssaguesia 1 na; pa permine
drachm, twice a day. eg,

a The London Era says:."# a lights
story may be used in connection, with sha
qroenato e ame say 4 ad
America, remindsus ofa theatrical incident,
said to have occurred. A very thin audi-
once at a country theatre done ventured to
idestthe nperformaneT, on judi

pany and. supernumeraries. and actually
hsased the audience of the boards of the
pitandseats elsewhere-hissed them out
of the house. So the neceding Stages are
likely todo with the fees States.'

ag, It neerinr..r.ed that Line agitation of
the slavery question-ban o=als this commy,
in twenty-Ave years, th/se shoused old.
lions of dollaza. And nowat last, as has
cost the Union ice existence -.V )'. Day

last @ 1 av 0
about and are ready for an eme g rt

-of yearandepaspez ,g
We Junow the sor.egion of as espmy,-

dele artlBcaken'ndwantaged big enforced
now coaupy rf tiSo2 ore, 4 at @
I marahlittle blast of the bagle,

The spiri sr a awo r all a -
The broblier) ol.Liggile ble
- rar a --
guns. Our hearreare fired by Lhe remem-
brance of grisions wrongs, and by $1.4.
anticapa toot f re rt@ one or me

oanae. Wish imphoit reliance on the Gpod
of Battles, we go forch to meet the deadly
foe. Lee the strife begin-re have no
fear of the assue.

RE.vourlore.-The editor of the New
England Farmer says that as gentledian
residing in Cambridge informs Man that,
characal placed around the rootsof diseased
peaob shookswas serviceable. He imme-
y n or a fm are ud

pliedits place w th charco 1, and was tar.
praised at its suddha renovation and anbse
d wTi 2no e
and the unseest riobaeas of its Savor w

We have always said that the Abolition
Government at Washington meant WAn;
we have never for one moment thought
otherwise, our opinion has been predicated
upon the known implacable nature, and
wicked mischeiviousdevices that have al-
trays marked the course of fanaties-above
allit has been based upon a knowledge of
their hatred to us-they do not love us de-
pend upon that. The news by the last
mail con me us in the opinion, LINoom
v. .... . -

message to ('I.nrievon, has dererminalian
to provision the Forse, and seeding out
simultaneously a Fleet fully equipped for
war, true to their instinets, they have prae'
ticed deception to the last. The madness
and folly of the Abolition Goverament has
probably plunged us into war, in tbo face
of the most urgent petitions, from all parts
of the Country, of remonstranet upon re-
monstrance from the Border States-these
mad fanatics, carried away -by their hatted
to the Southern people and their institu.
t.ions have commented an unnatural and
unholy war; be it so-but they will yet be
called tos fearful account, they will have
to expiate this wickedness, and agrievious
will the expiation be." They will yet be
scourged back to their dens, and leara
that when Southern men and women oon
sent to be slaves, it will not be to such an
agnoble foe. Yes, we will take our Forts
which they soinsultingly hold, it may be
alas! with much loss, nevertheless they
will bitaken, and this insulting Foe driv.
en from our shores. We have'taken ad-
vantage of their forced delay and are ready
for them. We have remonstrated with
gags *ofered to maintain peace on just

ubl blt sep fr r6 n
for the public property within our borders,
and yes, because we, freemen as we are,
refusetolivelonger under a rule which
has become hateful and oppressive to us,
because we have availed ourselves of the
"great preservative right of Secession,"
thAgullreatidgiefs as against their un-
just legiBIRhions and the abominable policy
they have openly avowed, these vindictive
tyrants dressed in a "brief authority" after
years of insult and oppression are now at-
tempting our total destruction; and now
when we determine to free ourselves froin'
this intolerable, and unnatridd contact,
which has become so offensive to us as ab-
solutely to stink in our nostrils, they dare
tell us. we must submit, or go to war.
We trust some Brutus may yet be found,
who will deal with any tyrant, be he
Scorr or LracorN whd shall dare dese-
erate-our soil. with the footsteps of their
hireling bands. We have done every
thing that could honorably be done, to
avert, war, but if we must fight for our
rights, then indeed, "An appeal to God,
andtoarms, is all thatis left us."

- ?----ICIYLI-llllsl I ~-~IIIC

- -- --;---L I~

(1 ie 1 rld me toone
to the Judge of Probate for the County o St.
khn's for Leffers of Admid ration on the


sincreby given to an who is may concern,

.it;;i@i::::dat n 4
******** *
of ll UidTL DRYS A lateDef nisty
Afarcht01861. Gw.

WO frfonths after date I shall present my

Lovy on tased (Ad e oorur of J
County Florlds for allowsuce and so (lement -



) I

in Chancer.Y.
Robinson Cooper, 1
Mary operj Bill for Divorce.
TThavingbeenmadesatisfactorilyto appear
I by allidavit that the defendant is residing
}nj2 lanu- n dC 0 with ut fe ad) f
appear withirs Two months and answer can
plamants bill of complaint, otherwise a deeree
d at at 11 heltaken Oxereone ag 0 her,
of this order, be published for Two months in
some newspaper, published within this Circuit.
B. A. PUTNAM, Judge. >
I, John C. McMillan Clerk of the Circuit
Court Eastern Circuit of PJorida do hereby cer-
tify that the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of order of our Honorable Court, and that
1 8 low on file in my office this 14th
Per J. W. Woods, Deputy.
St. Augustine, March 1, 1861. 2m

Elozabeth New In Qhanoery.
John II Ifew an. Bill for Divorce.
TalLL of Complaint being filed in this Case,
1) audisappearing to the Satisfaction of obe
Ci ouhao lee e a O Mmjnr:
A F.Braham Solicitor for Complainant, It is
20f iE B mpleanijig f t Mrt:.1
n an e ab ad@Join aid
and plead answer, or demur to said Bill of Com.
isn n ,1 n pbefoir 4 ,io actDuree w 8,
1)efendanthad appeared and was present if
Court: It isbfurtl O red tl t au /
paper in this State, for the space ofPfour months
before the day appointed for a hearing.
B. 4. PUTNAM, Judge.
IDavid R Dunha Clerk of Said Circuit
C -ur *k t ab Co.*L.1 Lt."

at u ao rt
Marel 21861 4m

HOTCE bunob Ra~isins, Citror ,Curtf;inso
driedl Aptoos Al ds, l'ep uitr Yrzlsa
Pea Nts ,glish w'ainute, 11 ick yc Nl a


E I!N Pots, Kiottles, Bake Ovecns, Spiders ~
km Slit,s Grloeta Infl~o R, irorne.Mins

April dJ 1881. B. E. CARR.

Pr to B d.
It Of age




E. R. IVES, Captain,

oL 1 eg o 1 k i.Jack.
Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, For Palatka an
and Intermediate LandMs. o

St k t angO e P Th a s
Trip, and Nine A. M. on the Down Trip. de
ill also maknetregul we idydi'rps te in Ll
Jacksonalle every Thursday alorning at six pu
Ia lt E urn n sanGd Jo Jack aville. O
OS PH bEER Picolast T
0, DUVAL, Pgatha.
Nov 8 6 LNNING, Middleburg.1y.
TER Collecter's Sale. C

3 **Ye 1 "= i'"'i "rt? ??
onMonday the 2nd dayof Septembernextin
front of the court House in the city or St. Au- ,
gustin betw nI i rgeoMe sa selssed to in
A. W. Walker, bounded North by lot of Thos* h
D. Lowther, East, by said Street, South by
Los Barne 0 Segm, yd West, by Maria w
Unless the Taxes f6r year 1860, and last, be
and Expenses thereon are paid before the day fr
of date. A. G ROOE
Tax Aassessor and CoHec oe ed J8o n"s.

Tax Collector'sSale. 4 cu
nei Iden own a me ed a th
on undaylth 3rd day June nexo in front of ac
e e he a It don f

A. D. ROGERO, Shif Ex. OK.
C x Aeressor and Collwar of2 8 John's

Dec. 8 1860.

ARRANTED White Extra for Fami use
Selectedfor family Pastry Baki &c
on 5 bl1s 16... .uh-c D. E. CARR.

LAND O PT I 0.2 ,
St. AvousaxaEast hourns, Feb. 22 1861.
Patents for entries made between the Sixth
day of June 1857, and the Seventh day of June
18 .fog settlement and ou4tir i handerbe e
received at this office, and the pur'ehasers are
no zie i p o til ild ld
tivation," and receive their respective patents>

1 b al a
called for non-performance of the conditions of
settlements aand edivation4co mplated by the
THEM M. GOULD, Register,
March 8 1861 P. FERRURA, Rueiver;

00Bags for Bosniny. Cow has for table
Nov. 17.

Rye & Buckwheat.
14L L < R, A FAAfZLY

e 2 1860 E. CARR'8*





Stagg, Agent forTar n Daily Line of

}It e6h 21. To ensh paid G. Posler 5 cts
for 630 feet lumber to repair
bas an liJri Graves 12.6

Apr a upa h I lerbia >-87
ne or 1 ssitravellmg as 11.00
20 To cash paid KsLof G Hum.
ee f oru niss le 10.50
a 27 To cash paid Mrs C Jolano
July Sc so I irl B Pono 1.0
,, r airing Inst n ag 4.76
Nails for Bridge 1.26
Ti I paid C rr bilt
To cash paid MR Andren
pu lishi ag Election Proo- 18 75
To eash paid.D 6 Dunhare
for Township Plats of County. 100.00
a To cash vald 0 Poster Lum.
berbillforBridge. 6.27
-- ....h 14 Not af
Cilintro. 6.00
R ca pa M Neli a

Alex ler Dean, naeso on
lash nial dead8oah Ann a"

Oct. da60 and B t hi e & inclu d. 10.00
bringing in Eleelion Returns
from Moeasm Braneh mileage.) 8.60
fo rni wi eAtion R 5
safroldindependencePreeinet(mileage) 4.00
bs in neas pa P Mas
from Orange Mills Precinct (mileage) ,6.00
** b .s xo a et ktlur for
from Trout ereek Precinct emilenge) 4.00

du so i ha rCatDE pe n
in St. Augustine Peeeinet. 1.00
~for Tr a sTn I at o e 2s
from Picolata Precinct. 1.80
to Re ish paid D RDunham 1.65
28 Toanal a eklre I
nor a andrmileage) as county 6.00
Nov. 7. To cash paid G Cohie for bring-

17 e as3 r f leuc 6.60
a 14) To cash paidJosephManuay
trdfurnishag a dd lin shell
Bridge Gauseway. 28.94
a for5s incaeMeha a oEkmof t ozes
at St Augustine preoinet. 1,00
a o cash paid Treasurers com-
... MARCH 1861
Stars or Phones St. Joax's Cowarr.
I certify the foregoing to be a correes state-
ment of tzpendriatre in44e by the County Com.
missioners of St.. John's County for and on Ae-
None I aid County from 21LMPrn 1 to 16
President Board county co amissioners
St.. John's County Fiorida.
March 30 1861. 0,

HOETABLES,~ Pes on 0 ASDtes"~~~" Gtn'op Ro Cnd, ooe



""",!".&or, ""
PiekenS &DA ReinthroOalent of the
a ty, April 13.----. a ar
United States was shot away. li'er som
twepay alinates no flag appeared above th

a a F n rs 91 wi a
whindle (u ..>.. His sword INiring entered
he called for .11s).* Arderson, stated thu
he weaea Aid d.--0..uspot Gen &, 10
of itial laolding the peal, it*! Oldinue in MI(

o n r at ex idle gr
he stated abat. Gen. Beauregard was a
soldieir and a gentleman, and knew how 44
street a gallant enemy, but that Majoi
.Anderso6 could not make his own terms
nod must leave the details to Gen. Beaure

.jor Anderson then agree.] to surren
e Al
onfederate Slates, and hadd do.=a
Es flag, which he lu.d again lilv J, race, to.
panied by a white flag.
The baturies stan ceased firing, and
Colonel Wigfall reported to General Beau.
regard, in Charleston.

ORARLEliTnN, April lS.-Gen. Beaure-
gard prescribed the terms of the surrender*
Major Anderatin was alloired thepan it..;.
ofsalutin his Sing, but otherwise Like sur-
render was uncondxclonal.
Gen. Beauregard takes possession of
Fort Sumter in the morning
There is reat rejoicing to nightin Char-

W. Porcher Miles, who has been to
Fort Sumter, anys that no one swas killed in
that fortification.

is j Ai e .bBtehn r da
a guest.
Judge Magrath has also been at Sumbe
sad says that ihe edicers quarters are a

The garrison of Sumter will be manned
- by the troops of the Confederate States to.
at ht. .
The livelicat feelings of delight were
mani."estedat the surrender of Sumter and
a 9 demonstration of such foolings was

Passengers arriving by the St. Johu's on
Baturday, state that the housbardment of
Fort Sumter commenced on Friday morning
at 4 A. M. Anderson did not open his
batteries untit7 A. 31. On Sunday after.
noon-the wire$from Savannah, which had
n dgwi fer sure qu*y*J we ank
shefullowing disp.ash we remind:

zZFFERSONTON, GA., April 15 -For70
Santersarrendered lo'elock yesterday,(Sat-
orday. )Firing commenced Friday morning,

s err y mi la tshe et ok re
to his aid. He enerendered at 1 o clook.

SAlfANNAll 9 P. M., April 14.-There.are
OvesselsoffUharleston and hairebeen thete
These is a rnmos that an attack was made
on Pickens yesterday, and telegraphic dia.
patebes say that Fort wne reinforced last
might by 700 men. Anderson and his meb
were allowed to leave with their side arms
and to salate their flag with 100 guns.-
(Jan burst mortally wounded 4 men. The
Charleston authorities acted very magnant.
mously. They have chartered the Isabel to
take them North-be refining to go to the
U. B.Seet. Mbaltrie somewhat damaged,
8amter set a bit U. 8. dispatches have

gra t ha
Pn ki next,
Our last adviceeare totheeHeathatonly
two nied were wounded by Anderson's fire.
Mong othisages were killedby the berating
of 4 088595. The engagemenideated thirty
heats. We shall igsae anotherestra Easy
newsisreceived this scorning: The above
may be considered reliable.
VANNAs, April a n -Litsoo a

anya he will retake the publia property, and
for 7 0 men. New York offers

8, Congress convenes 441 of July.-
Pipkens reported.rpioforised. Confederate-
02ngress soovenes 29th instant.

of r in as adT e Govern
that State. Virginia passed Ordinance of


col8A IN o 5 0 41 pad a

Marylsad responds to the call. The New
ork Herald Approves of Lincoln's coarses



Al en 0 trite @ 8'. L ratingin i co
:if... ,"it in ts::":
to a soo /$0 a 2i cl er 1
b h ad ra .? by the authori
; name inatu
0 e =..-... .1.. to us- ors an<
s ... ..... ur.1.1,,., .1 at Sun
ty te id ,fur ordaited, y at
shall beguile yor *I.. n bar. ru-r the flies See
Sonoutris ordiasm a if he be er
ti arsd a tuf n not exceedmg
a colored person shall be subject to to same
to strt is to a e othirty-nin
"1,?" "a on' ason
April 61861 St. Mayor.

M HA HO q q

I' )1'iC101'.
THE Subscriberbas the pleasure to announce
that his establishment has recently un.
ir no im on m)entatoolatilatn m owner it
who have heretofore favored it with their Pat-
ronage swell as peculiarly attractive to new.
onTuring the Summer Months alterations and
additions have beenmade-materially increasing
the espacity andconvemences of the house.-
Within the last few weeks the Proprietor has
i1tehdt Pb 0 8nstohs r 1 L int an-
selected by himself in the City of New York
without regard to expense and with a view to
render the "FLORIDA HOUSE" without a
O I 8 oL Ld antainzous.
city, and at the same time commanding all
sinkabl retiiem r ,t heMr em roen]
a ro i e ared ace u an >
each one hundred feeling extent. and protected
s to th"nish a delightful promenade even in

- In tojs clous grounds and gardens the var-
inus roses, shrubbery and fruits of this climate
ar ound wingsin perfununifornished with
all kinds of gnumeitineamar affor be found

polishe, eivil and attentive to all call
exclu 1 1 us t its timeer dncee t
comfort and secutetWesatisfactionenisquests
ezTh mkful lo th>e libe 1 pair nagershis e to
ov. 17 1860. Sm*

ME C A I R ,
lia urnoe f cl i /h wp
to make to order, in the a out fashionable ai J
. slidactotymanner,


g zy y 4 4, g


Spes exuNx b sU 08 E there
ceipt of a shree contatemp

lion s. I I a *

steads, Burestis Tables, Chaire Washstand,
2.:.% "sotif.'sic.2, 3.211
urtain80adies, ndlesticks licooking'Ohairds,
Nov.47 B. E. GARE


." "


I deave P ai3k Th" edan n n 1 M.
M. and savanusa 2, Friday at G. P. M. arriving
p f mItwayfamormli olate to char-
eston 810,00
a ut I 8,
<' to charlesson, 6,09
** Savannah et sa.

Ef. L. CRESHOLM, Agent
March I 1861. Charleston. 88m

OP $Rie.

un fg o 12 fe:- sa ,

Jodit F.TTriggoordefille etP erer 1.dids in thle
a tr y cuis. r rai..L. Burritt
.q.. 5 180 ..n R .4. 1 KLTTO.

A Graduate wishes a situation in some part
and pvt ie has on whtt tlT us as
tion. i.e. 0.. ca. =. Di- s...b given.
Ex al h e Floridi Jo @
Oeala Hom Companion, copy twice, and send
bill to this Office. March 30 1801. 2t.

21 MARCH 1860 TO 15 NOV. 1860

D. L. n stator

N'ov. 880

2,900 8abscribers In a Single
Month 3
Fe adPrown r--4--

fle NCH'Spape 01' 810 liness ?
FORI 8 O 1,

NorwinstaNDING the great money crisis
ronshonethecountry, was wasma r-noq=
ig to m entu T8n6 t
er sa.corresposing mong or us, year,-
he ubhcunna1 evideutiv dis surg the great
is Continent, and repudiating the delusions
e v yelr! a n e ith
alleges the fundamental errors of thelkpilb.
== ,.sy, summins ta ves want or a.
THE DAT-BOOK holds that this IS & goVpril*
%t oaf TYa n issda dnthat in er? ty of 6-
d superiority for the white race, is the natural
der of Amersean Boeicey, all who want to
FIRE LK A I'8d e THE ANT4.g[,Ayg.
e id r adiit.8mDemoo to C as 0 1 5
MONG THE PEOPLE, or republican prino -

115' Knforl8e6althus be
d, making it a BUSINESS, FAMILY AND
efER Y NEWKPAPER, At combined a
WU 00PIES do a Go
ster, or ANY OTHER lesson who will start a
ubha pboat ofol, d send we dollars for
:a':.k 8@ are Umn ea i o
exostipasued s a ier n oraz I rar\ 2-
ease its simulation.- this ester imwever,
wh sa ls... ear. . sea an.( .
n a rat)Afte !be e IMs 1}o be

hereba i readyfyimed, addition irana
5 senteer,
eetey one or many. Specialua oo led sout
Paymont is required invariab); IN Dr Mon,

I s3on 3a 63
rrMene tany tune.obtaine4
an on we am r
quailled with the contems of L rs sent, so
1 w ly al d a hais

>(arch 2 1891102 Nassan Marset New Ye k.


Y virtue of an Execution issue out of the
Brev i Too 1 tof ori
me directed and delivered in favor of William B.
Giles es, sl. vs. RufusK. Seawall and wife, thave
gueyqdae aw HP ties 8 tM us n
of April 1859, at the usual hout of sale the 01-
a rn Ldon r e loans at 1 nun n ed
Thirty-three Aer 8, being the third part ofo
@span 0 1 n ontain ng 6 U acresume
Miles on she l8th day or July 1814andeanarm-
eJ n to np .t ned until the 1st
Monday in May.
a abnen ale is peasponed until the Arat
The above sale is postponed until the Arst

onh by a la poolponed util the Arst
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
n b e 1 ot ed until the farat
Monday in October next.
MoT abi sa e fad until the Arst
The above sale is postponed until the fire
Th y r neetzynod thatti the Aret
monday Js r next. ed until the aret
oTah 7 s oned until the Arst
M da in eMs h exPoostponed until the Arst
The abov6 sale is postponed until the:Arst
easiLthe arst
s.or.Jr.y .. June next
The above sale is postponed until the first
MTn1da i Julyi non.ppetposed until the Arat
Monday in August next.
The aboite sale is postponed until the Arst
Thde v embi pa oned until the Brag
et a bony is pned until. the first
The above sale i postponed until the first
nhde bxonve as an t{poned until the St
.. un up tponed until th

Mne v postponed until the Ars\

a tyned un 0

gm. B. DAY18,
March 5th Sh Brerard Ovunty.


th h on 0 na \li can

1 mat 3< e snee isPri ipals

December Principals.

a'I'e HIatest I1SeHS!

IlB]l0%"taRt O'0Ill M011tg0Illel')
Gen. Scott tofResign.
82,000 More Troops wanted !
SOOOLFroan Florlds I
blONTGOhmar, April 14.-R.eliable In-
telligence received from Wuelangton to-
day states that Gen. Scott will probably ry.
alpr 110.Mayshortilnutdrawlilasword
againd Virginia.
Lincoln has nota:iterinanded Ihe order
for large boditss of man from Rhode Island
and Massachasetts ad repair to Washington,
saying he had am roman for thout.
Bou AI Stephaus in in Wasitington.
The Vi ginia State Convention is in Se-
e et 8 asio th Socessionists in Hiehmond
up s.he confed rath Fbg ;0 its stend,
audit the most letedae ne.Lcument.
A Hontgomery.papermakes the follow"
ingstatement in regard to an important
Season of the Cabinet -
Upon the r-: adang of Liecoln proclama-
tion calling out the Militia, it was de-
termined to call for 32,000 additional
Tr) -
ops ...
The Secretary of war will call 5,000' sid.
ditional men form each Confederate State
t Florid d 2,000 fro that
e.reep a an m take
Gen. Pillow has offered 5,000 men from
Tennessee, there are great nusubers offered
from the other Earder/States.

ace I in u as eo L ft
Estate of John Drysdale lateof St. Johns coun-
hd eco8 tyoa ea ad(is.. e sdo8b
dissehargpd from the radamniarr ..-n of said
March 8, 1861. JOHN BEARD, Executor.

IX Months after date I will present my find
) Accounts and Vouthersan Adminstrator of
Use Estate of DANIEL HURLEERT Jr. to the
Judge of Probate of St. John's County, and ask
for a Analdischarge from Said Administration.
Mareh2 1861.

I Monti afteld a entsU dra
the Judge of Probate of St. John's County as
xecut of ie Est e of L MadLADAREYES
time and place ask for his rg.tNOVA,
.Tanuary 61861. Executor.

Oti .

Sit ""r "f is "" ," ag
da fo aM in e 1 m Ad strata uEry

o te board rs an le unom-


Ann I sh a eE et ,im on
now enabled to ofer it to the Tradest

oalTi6tattentinub i o e6, tte r8epsejL
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8

gM *


- g

o Kerosene. Kerosene. 13.089
Campbeno. Campbene. 5.625
Whale Oil. Solar. 1.892
Lard Oil. Solar. 1.640
Sperm Oil. Solar. 2.025
Burning Fluid Large Wich. 553
2 a *
10 o

o 1.299 GS 4 85

Reliable or lors fr the Trad Mail

em e, by or
Telegraph, talled on publication to
U 8, Agents>
OS Pearl Street, N Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the Few York Whole-
iid 8as, n -

a B.--KE@eOSENEO Cl ean
pe ons dare ca stic^ 7teagainal using Use
Oct. 15. Sm
IInts Caps.
the spare change like a
moe less owm ne 6 to le

o ox is v ri ve i
6 from a stSove pip 7down che nwith Bro
r sat all, Beaver Casimer Plush and velvet
Morpliy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Januff
Pg UglyT vejnHead Pentilal1 yes uljco,
from Noah's day down to that bf the man who
alwaoys sleptin his has. So hurraftNfo as


0 *


v tihman le Mn Brodof 3

WOULD respectfully inform his friend
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 and brown Cloths, black Doe
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
Ties, &
All orders exeonted in the best style of work-
manship, for cash only.

'g LIBTA KaiLuAtNd ab L MAeLI mas
Au a tiii.F Whia8ngmesmill.1111", (=>

bored with Live Oak fit for abip building, and
is adapte4to the cultivation ofany crops grown
in the southern country. Also 80 acres of Land
situated about 17 mdes south of St. Augustine,
a plaeo called Fish's. For further partiewlars
applyto F. P. FERREIRA.
St. Augustine, July 14,1860.
The Persian Fever Charm.
For the prevention and -oure of Fever and
"^ Egg* dwonderhul
sentproprietors by friend who has been a great
traveler in Persia and theffoly Land.
While goingdowntheriver Euphrates, he ex-
perienced a severe attack offever and Ague.-
On discovering his condition, one of the Boat-
mentookfromhis person an Amulet, sayin *
"Wear this and no Fever will tonah you." A -
sing s found n an wholar prgr.eagan ines so
rursians...,-,mi-1 r=rs
oirrarther investigation he found that the
sai et i{hen ld on me iobtamed from the
gentlemonin con#raing withj fa n th;
goat himthesecret of its preparation,' And as.
certained whereshamedicinalherbawerefound,
ru th or opednae Lan awan or ul
dr lief in the minds of the natives in the miracu-
lous healing powers of their Priests.
SincefusreturntoAmerica, ithaaboentried
with the happiest ejTect by several Ladies and
Gentlemen of high character, who have given
atjg a do6idn Pea ,for t6nCedo
yearn, for the prevention and ours of Fever
For sak is 84. August e da le.F oe

April 14---1860. Mr id usa n e atm con a r.Main
7078 /^ 7078 / / St. Richmond, Va. Brandh Omee, Bank of Late
A lar variety of Toys for the Holidays merce Building, New YJ If IK & CO
Nar-S TNELSON Julyl41860. q-



1 ,

v rostrIVE CURS

E U.
P foRE THE PEOlste,
on 1 E
89501;E THE ProPL ,
von .
eve n .. -
Eva .. .t .." A ma exclan's BILL,

Mua actors out

m sway ram,

No Goo detailed on Time.8

Intriansvirtue aloise could insurethesuccess
.1.. L thi... I..-le ims,e.i. Ea r Itheuma-
""".. D..sus, L.....-c issT Joints,
I GAJ > -rear., Ps.It L a11. ..r..J 1..dil..p upon
ith & it w dhas a e t1ested t we aiHA
with ref erence to the general estimation of the
u ag um ancheerfullyss a to

vsa 6 te a o r
loe s, h case was spa 8), but asseelthi f we use
$150 Yqpr Linsment is doing wonder. up
here. Su to 4,;,g,7,, ?,=,*,

41 isath o angt il e prl y ad respectabso
BARNES i'KitK. Froperators, New-York

am now prepared to oKe'r to any old friends
muefofdhind men ei y and I Jonus county a
goods ac very low prices for cash ind.urary
ceptanceaea say ahd ninety days 4-redit wins
appr e useco ye edur eds assu "hi co an
promptly aneau to th great car ud auew

allisaw as t
ura a
on coo
a .

a 1
now, Ala naw in qro e
a .

1 n \
7if E
Deatroys Ingtantly

"Nor DAxoanoiss roaus Houxx FAnu.Y."
"RATs cons our or stain to mis."

"Goatar'a" BatzRoachs&OsFaytermina*

coona'sar?' Bed-bug Exterminator
agggggysyn 3800$010 POW4e for. In
seats. to.
== *-a08CheE-MICHAEOles-Greand Alice---
Bed Rugs-AntwMothe-Mosquitoes-Mean
in short, every form and speezes of

e. -
sorwarsonablisha.In as rock ciry-ases
by thethe City Post-Ofliab--the:City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamers, Ships,
to.-the Cityliotels, "Astor?' "BL Ifichplas,'
to.-and .by more than 20,000 private famid
.u.... -
ag- liraggists aba netailers Wrwhere sell
ag* Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities
and Towns.
agg* til BawAn! 1 0 of agiurites imitations
881@ $1.00 Sample Boxes sent by Mail.
Altip- Address order or for ciralar be Dea.
6 2NB 0 st 5 & 10

4801.D BT II. B. QARE.
March 2-1861. Am
MAPI.B 89QAA.-Japh reeeBirmL
Augue la pARMs

Prospectusof the Daily and Weekl7

# 9o
a daily er in this eity, that we find it
absolute necessary to commence the pub-
lication the DAILY OllSERVER ON
MONTH, SEPTEMBER It will always
sealously, but respectfully, co-operate with
the Democracy of Florida in neanntaming
the rmoiples of the party within its limits.
All State hterests an whatever will add
to the prospers y our youngau growing
State will reconve due attention,
The interests of our beautitial and gtow-
inst city will he looked-ifter with minstrant
Ires it be distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER will always contain the very
latest news of the day, reports of markets
and carefully selected matter of value and
purity for the family circle. Particular
atteatiod willbe given to m toe and things
cocurring in Alabama an a.


Pensacola/Aubl. RE Nl & JONES.

rets ofainlf.abuse, can be surely and permanen-
v restored by using
The COHeelith Tel 0870
a usuresee towan.x, v.anvy roa waix-
sees or anic

And sawa r l 7 ofit arms orry,

That would urely and permanently restore to
sNaturil State of Bealth and Vigor, persona
weakenedby excess, or by
'hispreparation is nota 8TIMULENT, but

the aSictel are Invited to try it*":,",";012" fully, and

Osabe sent by mail. Onevialwill lasts month.
ORUGER, Aonxrr
Wo.742 Broadway, N. Y
for 8sle by Druggut Beervaohere.

w valuable Med ca eatiseAon di ease and
For SdoF Is v TO THE 10 .Oeuts.
,by erybody. 17.


T.H. Oll811lbers. ?1&80 MallR-

(Formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.)
WaverDoma in the "Bible House "
Cer. Sth5treet A,4th Avenne,
Thisis a relishle place to purchase. Orders .
by leuer faithfully executed, and perfect satis- -
B su .a circular, with deser tionot
a a 1 to or prices. Sm.

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No paper sent unless the cash accompanies the
Nov. 19,4860 .. ., Charlassimon ti. C
INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentine
L Zine Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass,
1 styP kryme Green, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
pt. 16. B1ne, Paint Brus a
PADLDING'S prepared Olue, for immediate
use, Cholee extracts for flavorin viz.
LemonVanillsOrangeResphe trawl
ry, Almond to, also Purcgode, Eli r of O er
Metaug Linement, liay him, Selillets nu
ders, CGn as Wate ,a 8 or as tor Oi,
Sept. 15. B. E. CARIL.

e ine Ca rs I'ick *, 3 ward
Currant Jelly Preserves, Hermatically e 1
Ba dine fresh Salmon Rice W ter, BCA Rum.


as pr adh n as r at shouldmk
so us a y ru do a ni ad n an
isonapdenbe especial so4 pecuasury interest of aR
For sakin St. Augustine by
April 14-1860.

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dicine in the world.
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100,000 packages
sold in Georgia and

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IS warranted to

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adapted to Fe-
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Every invalid
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W. W. BLISS 6. CO,
868 Broadway, New York.
for sale is  Auguelins


2:. ANTHo w W,

After N 1 troad0 as 01N O Dr AY two
doors from the St. ATeholas Hotel.
The Stereescope is the most instructive, m-
terestingentertaining, RE)UBiDg, 6RA gagiting
of modern inventions.
intWO eAr6 100 foungUn00dBueCi0odoMo
ledgeite worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere .
15 presents to your Vief qYery part of the
world, in all the relief, boldness, perspective
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
Pholo1sphers are everywhere explorinR
.Erirope, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautifid, and the results of their
sk e a ai eenns $ani t I sepk.r views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, 8eosland;
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau,.Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
es, to a 0 just ri a a in ,
riage scenes, hreakfast scenes, pie.nics. state-
as 1.r. 12 I, . .1
ul.ol u .rf r.*e. I al). &* :sc. II.< ri

pe, n...rg ,...anor ..o., ,.
n an an abt an ag es(dd a lan in

hC amnay
is depicted as sharply and distinctlyas if it had
been perfectly arrest. Thisgivenanadditional
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
CeSS 18 a discovery of our owni, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London, ang
eislargA an f do eInstantaneous

St t ex
alMb8e a n Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of astaxilp.
racti.....aissanoneasing as es, so, so,
$1 i. S'40; or $25 can have a good instrument
u ti pictures as they may requess, sent by
Views alone, (without instrument) onn be
sent by mail.

lo e 1 o
winkeept] a pos 11aldourhown use.2nost
fasculat ago and del ghtful amuse nt.ver teh1
necessary for their success together with in-
structious "How totakeSter oscopic Picturce."
Importer and Manufacturer 1 HO phie
Materials, Stereoscopesand Storeoscopic Views.
cou xisan sea i id tune

o'W &# "? r a.,; -r
a s.
of h gative. dm.

demo no at surrow
wr es.oo

FTER Two Years' protitable experience in
our present mode of disposing of our Jew-
elry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction
given son wson.v. patronized our house, we
take pleasure in saying that we now considist
We wish itunde stood that this isNo Lottery,
but a fair'and legitimate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the ratue of his or her money in
OR Ao eLDou nOKH re I to 6
aste e eppr ce;r ene ensa oni omth pm
.'8... vit"2 hno$ unt ema 8 wed
We propose to let a person know what Pre-
mium he will receive before sending.his money.
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the
above articles, can first send us their name and
address, stating whether they want the Pencil
and Pen, or Lookes, and we will make their
;:$."stg'":::,tath n a at
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Our plan, froza long experience in the above
gett::*;,h ngi eT r to ea afa i Pas
for all they cost him, and retain the Premium
If, however, any person should feel disposed
to.*=<=. their non*, in .av.=... as., ...
rely upon being as fairly dealt with as though
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Any person sending us $25 for our goods wil
receivesPenoilabi4PenandPrenoun., or Look-,.mineers.
Tur fuApassioutsmeand lunaPenallambpen
Among ourPremiumsareamelessonablerom
= ********=*****=******* *
Gentlemen's Gold and Bilver Watalk
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chaines
Gold BleeVS Buttons, Gold
watea are.
cold shire stues-plain and with semap.
son searby ne a vies sold arean
ings, c.
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosalo, Gold
ston., came, usince ana cent ar...s an.1
to r G eit de Min P&S.k
Also, Fianos, Melodeons, Musical Boxes, Ae- I
p n references given whenever

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letters being miscarried,
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BGEAB4ES Peas, C~a, e.


, DejiTRaf A TRylOr,
(Formly H. ? DEGRAAF,)
makingit one of the
in the.HDited States. L,
They are prepared to o@er great inducements;
to the Wholesale Trade, for Gash or Time.---
Their Stock consists, in part, of a
and wagant
Also, CAn and Woon8tar work, all quali
ens o 'k;II K Rad. SPluEG MA & USES
i sets, from $22 to $100.
Jenna Lind and Eulemlon Post

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