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
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: June 8, 1861
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00240
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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Acting, BsheimBr vmrA aouty
March 6th-1859. *



ITWO Months after date I shall present my
S accounts as Admlinistrator of Moase *
Levy, deceased to the Probate Court of [It Jonh's
County Florida, for allowance and stlmn.
D. dai Tsrator.
March 28th. 181.


DT.E 1801.ltre


L~i. p!lirieinub Ivetkl wos ta ,ahbes ou
Lo .1:pl itr Ion;llrlns toe ligml iui"i lai.- i ~llaeru LLe a.hBtI he is e nIowun~ited: :( Ul" present thlus, and with anl in his~
To anrms!to armusl to alr'rms lu ixil: primneval das.I fInd lie bee~bn~bm ht
Advace te flg ofbixif frth liks dile farble$d linerv fromu the
linrsh :hurrh! bainof .llpiter, in full pwaresion of hit~
For lixideu stand we11 Inake our Iland, anoral anld mental pJwers, che direcopposite~
Anal live ordie for Dirie! werdd have bueet thle result.
AT e rs a tu r~a it efrDxe The mind( is like aRn eoic, which thrive
dud ,,, ..,,, onlylr i~ by eare sod oistieation, Iand whbirh
T"htfal IrlreaWB!~~~ 808 Ophid8 UD.iBl LBnirg
And ocuquer peace for Dixie!
ast mlrney Isis alssi governed by the
Hear the northern thundersa mater! saepmroLasive development imom infancy,
Northern laga inl~heouth wind luster honrbal'8sethemeorital aciityip hallti-

dead then, ..e yearII lerce deoo. ness an~d elasticity of yourb, to al elearness
lsorr.pupon ILenocursda ands power of indlesual and mol mdtari-


Tear no dangqr: 'Shi no labor vast1 universe-w ilh all ins Ieaury, grandet r


i~lcbul.Jrr pressing~itreldlshoulder, darnes bur as praosical knowledge is
Let the odds makre askh heart bolder! nsledinto the Billid, a orange is
Advance the flag ofDixie, ete. wruh heoldiaradinbst
Hiow the South's great heart rejoloes, usp,,t e tno~ p at wfnole
At yourcnnT.4's ring~in voice! enoness many opposing dimelties,
For faith betrryed and pledges broken and seso m~ob to be accomplished,.anch
Wrongs inflicted, insults spoken; n, getand ardnolu labors to be performed,
To arms, etc. That he is content to forego all rewards.
Advance the Sag of Dixie, etc. He islike some waJ-worn traveler, who
strong as lions, nifth as eagles! stands with folded arms, gazing upon the
Tearms, etc. Itowering ie-oapped summits of the Alps
Cut the unequal bonds asandar! las ''moustain piled on mountain" rises be-
Let them then each other plunder! foehis gaze, and who prerse remaining
To arms, ec. (Ethe vae beneath; rather than attempt
Advance the flag of Dider etc. hediieultassent.
wnar upon weu ron r's shw* MostA ya We indebted to selfedn-
To ars, ec. atedmen for many of the most import-
Till the spoilers are defeated, atdiscovries, inventions, add improve-
Till the Lord's work is cempleted. mtsin the arse and seienes. Whbo but
To arms, etc. Ithe pewrsering sad self-insttructed Frank-
Advane the tag of Dixie, etc. Ilin first discovered and demonstrated that
Halt not, tillour federation lihnn nd electricity were one and the
Secure amon earth's Powers its station I am hing 7 What senstions of enjoy. .
To arms, seb. ment must he have experienced, when hr
Theast peace, and crowned with glory, beheld with ineffable delight his long-
H~ear your children tell the-sory~! d a h tino fn r halied rs

Advance the tagr of Dixie, etc. I
If the loved ones weep in sadness, u -
To anne, etc. T gets ra h old
Exultant pride soon banish earrow, ahTegets ra ntewrd
smiler chase tears awy to-morrow: soebachelor says, is the organ of speeak
Advance the flag of Dixie!i etc. ina Woman-it is the organ witheat stops.


YOL. III. S ttU' E T ONSCUTPOIA AUD1..08






ltil ATTHI S R ANDRE in lease ,area beIng ll 1he Ih ILU* illrt I Crh210
PRi~S O PR E IETR rnUR)A lu nll~e~~~ coni~~l .l~lsa run 11ilia i j X3ell fsIlt ail prsa l i
lu-u n .e .11( WIJ Pl.m IU. ily s l., assa can'( 0 to1 E.IL R. I ES O l iCU e 11. 10 le



j~ IYIA -* --S-R- TheE, I a boveu u nl r i s p ol, wl~ llurlr -r lu rlu. s tpon edlr i u ati the ire litunig-la ver lakat.G'ce M. late rcnd outdcesd aid t hesae


la Chancery. The aIlxtbre salel in postponle d until ther fIrs osneJ csnil nT usas t7A I

Joh IIhowan lou y s acti, ru.. II~.* .ne' g-1 e oc 1 1n IlIII~ iri or ". c. la A. Jug ofO.~r9 Prbe srtoof ~ust ~ John Ca usy F~lor
IL uC.arpu ntir~ T.in ~rJ nll. 4a.eMe i d n spon .od us.lJ l u .iI. 11 !_.nil-.nr. P LI l. L 4ri lg atJtlrounL e de fr asida lllB~I n Im u lesro 1=-
apduappeariotroll..- l ridaeason. .sti al pn,,,..< i, E liu r. 6.an.1r.a ram tMO F.S LR hus
e V h ( ews~n re lane hm ,.ea e.poe nl(. i ig* #DI'llELU*I I r idi.N il-15ln dd d oo slpl.~r na o i~lah r
FUIIUL~~~~~~~~~~~~~~A~ h' ~H141~L~II odJi ~~a; i\~L nor 81 xctr


abdilo~mp lu he na d of Ila g n n Jeruy e
ionshaid ler~opsnttr bi ~e had, ~onhei The aboresaleb i oomponed until the fira
and plead answer, or demur to said Hlill ofom deinMchnxspe utlhefr
alit on or er sad rIS for ftece Mohd aym A ri neixt posponed until thle Arsl


Or ib te I ed haetmolen nbv Mayie postponedd until thre Brat
paper in this state, for the space of four muonthsa moda in un net
before the day appointed f~or a hearin ge. MThd abye salo is postponed until the first
IDavid Rl. Dunhasm Celerk of Saidl Cicit'ho above salle as postponed until the first
Court do hereby Certify thlat thle foregoinlg isaM YOdaY in Augluslt xo toedutl h frt
adn CopF 1xanOde n this Case made this Mondy nsueptme ipsnexf ni t
Witaofeness y hn adth ea f md or The above sale is postponedl until the frt
at st. Augustine the da and year aov on stten. Mheain Octoe on pne ntlth ir
March R 21861., 4mrk MTud a novem aer as p oned until the frt
---------- -m -- onday in December next.
Tax Colecter'sSale. .Thp above sale is postponed until theArt

on x M Ohe2n dyohte m r next in The above sale s postponedd until the rt
gusine bewee th seia hors ~al u-Monayin Manarch1l.
AY Horue and Ltin Geosrger Stee aessed to Mo~The above sal I is postponed until the hs

A. W. Walkeree bounedur Nourth bLotsne ofe Ths gb eA ale espstponed until the Arst

5 fnaEBfo sM e il, Ld Hest uy ar Aboea le is postponed until thle first
e axs fr ea 180 an 181 Modayin June.


gileculr ed ui ur~lle pjl~arag, wubuut re-i : - -~ a~ 1~
T. HARTILlDGE. genlt,
Nov 8 180.Jacksounville.. A Panne~r Wox n --Edmund Burre,
P~ov. 3. 800. ly, the CdreaUt H sitilsh O~o o d se s ia H a

DY V(irtue f1l eo Pomer ini e red by La, aA FeIfc tmolua i asdsnh e, nuti '
on lojve levied udpol, a d seanll oLfr tor no beauty arising from the features l
heCourt House in thle City of st. Agsne omcomplexton, or from shape. She ha ;
ara let trteht, nrcsidtou 3 a snet A'oLe, t lle siea toce ad e a rt -it isnl
ar1860, said Lot is bounded on thle East, bytat wetness of tem er, benevolence, in-
esy Mu nth bel~ot of T. O. Hlolmes, andacmenc, and sensibility which a face
Unless thle Taxes and Expenses thlereon r express that forms her beauty. She has
padbefore the day of Sale, ac that just rouses your attention at
Tax A sess. RndOGlER tor ofE t.0 ohn' a U ro nderuhat it ddevet mrym thonsh
County. Marrch 2 1801 raise attention at first Her eyes have a
ADMINI~n~TO'S NO mild light, but they swe when she pleases,
ADMINSTRATR'S OTICE tenommand, likre a good man out of

Ati "" ofLnlH h~ aa e la ne 1 f eaoStt lie oE8oi tanue i nt uthl rse isnt uto en rk
cont isceasde ae nlotfe to i*per esthbb the admriration of every one. She has
by law, or this notice will be plead in bar oftefirmnse that does not exclude delicacJ
their recovery -althe softness that does not imply wak" ;
And all persons indebted to the Estate areses. Her voice is soft, low, musical, not
requested to make immldat Dm8 2E,otm mto hl h public sed gbi hqeeb

Alay 24,1861. mini r py from la crowdl it has its date,
you mustcomle eo l ao a uto hea i oderb
he Ioly is to dear be her mmnd-one la
hrnoseriop of a. otheno se
nIX months after date I- shall present my raiety of mat er int eerts itself upa l b
S3 accounts and vouchers as Executor of the e goo oeasr oft choice she makes
Estate of John Drysdale late of St. Johns coun- erpolitenl~ fows rather from ntrl
ty deceased to the Judge of P'robate of St. olg h a re n
Johns county, anid at the same time ask to b ipstopoolg hnayrlso ht
discharged from the administration of asdojcand therefore never fails tosrie
Ett. JOHN BEAED, Executor. thoe ho understand good breeding ad
March 8, 1801. thoetho do not.


and Expenasehsthreon are paid Ybdorethe~ day
of Sale. At. D. RlOGERO,
Tf axAsseesor and Colleo if ol L-obn '.
County. March 21861. 1

CREAT CURIOSITY *
T7E have one of the greatest curiosities ad
m~nost valuable inventions in the kon
world, foi which we wntn agents everywhere.
iw no Ca Bid~eflord, Maoine.
not. 8 1860. st.


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-St. Augustine Eaminer.







~j~~t~~lglt~of honor we~ p,,,.,iesume witsl enrtto~ed, nd thle meantl, do riot folrget the. list at- I tinle. I' the .Peoplhi 0 the Cofdrt o Blockade Yet.
Sike.hseatcdnt ohnral ug o rbt's01:.Sqsrpmn This Socieoty meat on iiJl~amy at thle long states: CH BLE~sTOs, May i' -'|'he ruggyjpti0B to,
manl covets; thlese ae thle meln plushed For to urchnae god for obr ci gi e hv omo ePlnesUpl a ognzd h fund f'or the benef I ..r .Isz~i.*!.. I mily is
wadwith oth lrs of thle samte stripe. to be ulot of woen, chlil~ren asqe ega-oand prgeeeded imnmediattely to business. d heneupl God. fae teulse Iest pu eiIo-d y~a rE ei~s odiB ewlns
our ucnqueor-Arise ye Southoqrns! anld sy opthingof thle men, who moust be fud, \Ve lin procure for our next number a roquded by ~p 1i and diffrcult, it ecm .I'tvlec~r atre qulieflyurs getnre~adyeve
betback these ba~se, thrie brasea in~adnrs; b~to hqelan h1rgly be projperly so, at hemore detailed account, of the intentions he tohu themselves, under tegth far ie Ilnarp ggblockade. Use siaeqlious
ST. AUGFUSTINE, FLOI A, and if it shlouldl Urishoppil com1e to tbe advanced pri~ce of Cornl and Floulr, inot~ &.oftiSoey;ulcei os ow peation, ofap rovidnce, to rstae whose appearance offour port was nu-
SATITRDAY. JUNE,8, 1861l. wos illl us, wh~ichl we do not fear, t110 City Nno,, is the tin,r, dro n delayl, h that the greatest uunanimnity prevail ndasnheuaoistoudie lsngthsdaperd
--------- ---- onn thern supiden would in the wordsl ofrice ill sell qq soon as blUrouht here, amngtthe Igdier, and tha~t writhloxyex supplicate flisu-uerci 1 protectionl for teRcovMy9-rsdn~vsscm
ST.HE P,1OSPECT. the eish maideq "lrathq (usr IPP sol( and our m~oney wICY illb ereturned toyOU,forw epion all are helping, to thle best of thei fture. panied by his nephrew, Joseph ais, of Miss,
to her a ;: han her honor to such a foe;" ad nov n tha le people of St. Au tn blt, in promoting (14e comfuF1 gf au iile Inant est proof of clee Divine Bleg ing I Nordo a 8. 2. anld Senator Wigfanan-
The clouds whlich overhlang our horifon but ao hhve an a) ding trust in Goo-arerea and willingr to pay for theiS; od rv defendrqr. pleofthert cronfdera t e Stfatestsof A se theenlsctive Council received the President at
seem deepen~ing~ wilre anld inore isno our cause is just ang hp~ly, we rseqqtb`o dnly qring it hlere, RE flnything like a reas-a We regret thlat our paper Cuet this to malintain and per~petuate public lierlty, Petersburg. H a nhsatclyrcie
iEvident that the a ord is to be the.abitra- lthlese people no. harm--ye fake lothiq .unb~le rice, and you will have no cause toweek appear before our readers, .in only iniidual rights and national inde~penl- here by an immense assemblage of artizens
inent between us adod our enemies, their thaot is theirs; our~ qlcsienqeo iq oclr n myl, besides thle swueetcnciuns partof our qua~l size. The paper ordered dance, demand theif devoqtp and her- l *vbombe addressed in a. short, but thrillingl
cry for our blood and ~property ov~ery day we know that ?he. "arm9 olf ogr Gon sn servingng the need3, and that writh ni os two weeks ago, has not yet come to hasnd, undat tug oIbe~o thi fO i de up loae er ivsicraedcnidne
becomear louder. the scenes already ennet- shortened tha~t it canoqpp save"-iet :s y~qg-selves. h' we have made .every effort to hurry it their depeqdecpe uon the Judge ofali hend is hailed with universal delight Pgar citi-
ed at Allexandriea h'ow us what is to be the ltrulst in I:im3, irisplore his mid, do every 11'e re gld to see that the NArzvas nof n d sincerely hope, that by next pub. arh and to (ny ep the continuance o es
'course of these vi~ invaders of our' homes. thing to sustytin our cause, and nothling tqj t. Augustine have been the prSt to rs ihn day we will be enabled to apea is favor. Knowiqg that none but a ju we have no war newse to-day..
Their Army is (lsorganised--its~ .best of- Ully it,.and GOD will belp us; already Ty pon4 to our appeal 4tn to erb'ggg in hsbfr our patrons in a more beoi n ighteous cautse p~an gain the DiieSr. LOorS, Ma 28.--Birds Pointis oceopied
80erkhav either joined us,. or oironot be see much that is huopful, oor people are Iulaggabe t. Let our fellow gitizeqq niark atle fao, wne ould Pinc-u poigre i4th~e Lordzai of Hssb eea tros GnHaimeyboasdanihoriz
trused y tem o crryoutther vle i- nted foeig naibu faoraly isposedan u ad those who are now actively aiP 1 W e have 4,ece yed ad article hlead. of~~t (.thde dd eeour pldolery to ghd o thei org annizaioa an Hom Gusf and
tintrtionjia atd we see q~m almoosa --lies d our eenus o h ide of soimng. adpratfull their friends--- e "a Yojcce froin the iPeople" any persoour hea our efforts for the dee c to t ans (ther places. algg be furnished
dinto the handr fscon ifltd tari hb ho Hu es "Friends is need are friggds~4 indee4.! isngtp express his opinion in a new daes nri~s ato satron then our wiharms and mustered into the service of. the
zhen hkin thin he mot riaid 16aliti -,-- Ourmal 'csspeeqed an ~g spetet( :go.ppr, shogid append his name, and tak an ena le s toseoure a speedy, just and Jeeso Alth Statto~oneps hdd~avis le
~e-tidibnhems v mof t eith r l the most ai, B i lsig sid.Otat rlt a tzn on. I4'erfEW 80pANA hq$ su.trespoqsibility, weestonot assume ooal peace. tutpe th i~9eagre$ ;eyge 4h a
famitiiisn o te msesan lest rbid des b shed a strong rotest a~pot the oua eribel $200, making the 4otal syq ofresoshi~y WeT do not speak of th To these ends, ~d iti conformity with .MONTGOMreET sy 80 A~cco (48rodC'i
pelfean dvem tterk Masrsai~ chus;jd e "- wh 'ichof I o rasl~.at!e w ip p totisianor linearer4ud, and lfify dollars noq a .ionemparqunlar, bu of such communica Le q ?rn c~f~:eo on yt o ae a Goprgia nlteard Peashse Butyd ort wini

is the Brhitsh, is now the first in the field ofthe South and the 6odfiseatipu of es- LA6 our: meop of means cosbideir tis LATER FSOM iVEW 14exco.-S~ath Fe religiolus services at~ day b~ table fr th ony dfed finddenly eg ednesday, ws is ~mp-
"to asl troops to butcher; the people ofth esl~tc m MD ,andot~i ba 1~r aa quermotionon amltte e.rmt g c.dtst h ehis. r ohn.Wenain n e en lsdy h mu b ois m s ten
Bomth, and tirbeconduct of an impotn upom h Prtcrlirs-I: ;qoperty :needs protoecionr againa) t he iee sujomued extract of te news.. SYI3 nd htemay all J o net o tha~tda, h co rWrigonTeodisaegnrly
a o wadrangn arIt is a matter of gr at regget, thlat t enemy alctin. o oT t poor ma s lroq vs e t eor not leatfo ace n' d, o i le andn rerenti wl l there being very few cases ofindisposition
woardy saidwesuspctsomewhat froth tuy qp3 hirom torarinr defended theprpe@ f iit condition of things in New Mex~io. v~okigt~imo inspire us with a popr NEW YORKs Pi .--AZOuvY C010B01,Wrih
he has ~brass einosigh lin his "fae waee rl l n xtariayace u wealthy abighblor, as well as his own ~fami. Major sibley, of the Second dragoons, a spr and.temuper .of. heart and inind to$4000, raised for hia regiment. has been mis-
disreio hema e inhi had e rehope to do so next week; we say extraordi- 4y gd the man of means ou~ght not toLetnu ich, of the Fifth ifnrberour evils, to blels us with His forinforten days.
d'~n~ osdt obhe np aite wnhhe d n ary, foi this diatinguished Prelalte ha k advantage of the poor mnian' ncbesiity hae rrqBIgnd and there is no duou b) prlotecior, and to bestow His~ groog mrchant was arreted to-day bPolice Su-
the spee@t m de by this valiani n tge ntop gpo, asodi tl elie yro ti cissiq(e fais fth oi f iu mwjd edepho- nditonupnou ovrmet n prntnenrendyfr sng"sdtiu ln
frm wsooe nutmqland, befPoor ke setn foras an~id the insane d wikdl ex-rp Theich andi infP. lenialo man o~ught, tim.C ope l Citn de, o rillw n (St e e Pres d EERSOYDAVS Captain Adams, U 8. N. commandr f h
one from W-bi., foru~ar thed sce ofan his .ile e hroet e that others do not will ssurgeoommand whenover Col. Lorinl Uyte uset: UieStates ieet offPensacola hasbeen order-
fuue l ries, wher the declaes e wfIi~ilexteent of the North for the blood of hegid the fcsofte potneshsrsgnto.Bsnsi 11. ~oonsr SefPretry of State- e home, in consequene of his supposed seces-
fighlt till our army~ pf the reserve wll be Southern lieope, and advanced the peace- TP r noue ha oeaena en ,ws exremcnely dull. Th~e. pews frm C~arLEsrox, AI lly. -UThe blockiade of hisonproclivities.
ourwouleo wFitih~ t~i .ji c . i,asik I. rive lfiil doicarines safhs L red and Mas rodern exonses, hat they do t subscarie be dii asunie iuunon prthso bgnneretndenw
every enemy in the G 1 1 edi o o nelshs /f ntetresiito as the do not know who is going o oed~a mointerfr gis p m.0n~ta rosing adtle oouabrtesemrMinot YVrt hePerinmvseb ~w
dis in ui h ed hi a ces or e igh u -esl y in d 1g a g lo p o hleang sh a g uponm 4Iat can har y b e qq e sa yt o s ay h at a n a bree phs n il pla ls r pu~e orr ult pes r mtl L a o N o eg nig n b ark sto e v Ca rl e st nS e u T sx ~ll on or'f s e t
splendid~~~~~~~r "rsrecr," oe etesee.Tisi 4ersedn h d ginll~f lit late rs ing ballast.e theels ay, Soruth by Lth Pofe T mO Holested am el
a 1 d t o s f a n~ r sb b t e w r o ab f o i n n~ p a k e x t r t ni I h a k e o n ta s s c1 r-i s r I m i e d u r n g u r n n a n t h a m r n a i d e f o e ioe S id .S h f E x O K
itld horror oRussels's speech and manye ofthe leading YPII'Ul rith an prudet efook the aor s ca~ S~-n y e fiilg o.brnbmrfsd C 'f oax.seso an dh Coleto of St. Joha'sti
*itnuse -**~ papersrs bot ingh Enga an rnc r an aged ecely as thce scribe sha Pade up nto ixead dishesu ad~t nohipg Ge rogonI ... r l p., l..... 4 ,r. u, misn.. ,,, contarchre 2 op 1861
ur...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ wasgo Elswrt wihisae ornl nou ao iet ilbels end< r-a-.s.. ,r..... he. r. The said oresl is potpnded un tiel th fi
sgleodid L' I~~~~eserre .oorpr," some of .L~~~*0 1 .e . 1...._ I. .. Norfolk-Bo orsbciair am~np i5( ucs unr uo oe elsewhere onday in.ut ly. fP O ~olsp




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