Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: June 15, 1861
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00241
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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Mrazims of Bishopj Middleton.
K erseve o e against dn ecouragem ntisn
study, and always have some work in hand,
Be punctual and methodical in business,
and never procrastinate. Never be in ,
hur y. Preserve self- *session aPnd do
not be talked out otoonvieti n. Rise
early andbe an o noomist of time?. Mpai-
tain dignity Withoult the appearance of

o ac lqu 6 f wn da tor I ~rolen is a
a sto those who have no, right to ask.
n inikrnothingR h conduchthanim of wnte o

na t1s.Practic strict teemperance, an
account '

WarT Is LrFr?--The mere lapse of
years is not life. To eat, drinlk, and sleep
-to be exposed to darkiness and thle light -
to pace round the mill of habit,anod turn
thought into an implement of trade-this
is not Rfe. In all this but poor fraction
Ot the consciousness of humanity is aaaken-

can give vit lity to the mechanism of ex

th one the hear tbto eiar sha fre h
the dry waste within-the music that
brings childhood back--the prayer that
calls the future near-the doubt which
makes us meditate--the death which
startles us' with mystery-the har~ddbip
which forces us to struggle--the anxiety
that ends in trust--are the nourishment of
our natural being.
TBE HEAmRT.--The heart can ne'er for-
get the object of its affection. The brow
mnay wear a gloomy frown, and the eye
may coldly turn on the loved object, but
could the vision pierce through the case-
ments of thet heart, it would behold a dif-
ferent seene; instead of frowns it would be
aillsunshine; in lieu of coldness, a red hot
furnace would be raging in its, center,
A4nd it is thus with its hatred; it cannot
forget; you mray separate it from the de-
Pe-Ynr~aea~L~-i .;A thabd~k.a
form -put, at th irs ..anoe o recogmotiop,
the wrong, thre insult the scoff, the cruelty
of vanished years will rush like a flood of
lava through its chanilels, and it will stand
onl the same ground it occupied years be

loHP Llour.--Even as the sunbeam is

aop s o m k n s I lof k noute rays, tl
tedrnse, idy los actaghOter,
gen le words, loving counsels; it musl not

as safely in the dr oaet wndh as hei e

oher's brrden the while--let each culti-
v to the mutual confidence, Jrhich is a
gift caps Ite ofiabore se nandthunp r a en

wrill spring up on. every side, displacing
constiiutionalunsultability, want of muta-
.a kmiwledge, even as we h av seen sweet
voe a prmoe dipeln gh gl o
of the gray sea-rocks.
we brou be no poakets into this world, and

Ihgl we gthe eveis id tihlteei
no pocket in the grave clothes we. will
wear, in wRhich we can hide any treasure
thant will be of any use to us when God.
tares awaly thle soul. oolish isto
laly up treasures on the earth, when there
is no carrency~ here not worthle~ssin
that better country, whither we ought to be


HOmle CoRvers tOR.

Chjldren hunger perpetually for new
ideals, and the most pleasant wPay of reteh"
tion is by the voice and the ear, not te
eyeandtlhe printedpage. Theonqe made
is unturall, the other artificial. Who would
not rather listen than read ullentu-
esequ nt'ly pass by in the papers at ll e

beginning to the end of an addlress winlcl
not one in twenty of those present would
I ad widxthle saue at t nin. Th a lm

learn writhl pleasure from the lips of parents

tl ok;ad ave ungeryhav h mis
fortune to be deprived of the educations
adva~ntgeks which t1ey desire, they will
grow updiatelligen ipr Ie geno in o id

daily tl f ntl to t conversatiou fn eigent peo-
trl wLot pa ~ents, thlen, talk mluch r
imallly silent in hlis own house may be in
ilnany respects a wise man, Lut he is not
wise in hlis silence. We someltimes see

tioh tey en e, du slent unne e

thety hlave not mental activity and mental
vid eo ahi on ro leh & 0 Ir adP e-
plorts beef and wheat, and lives on potatoes;
-and they fare~ as poorly who reserve their
social charmls for epmpanious abroad, and
Ireep~thleir dalloessfor home consumlption.
It is better to instruct children and make
them haplpy at house, thtan is is to obarm
strangers or amuse fr~iends. Make home
thlen, a cheerful and pleasant spot. iigh'
it up vritil obeerlful, 'instructive conversa-
tion;. Bather, another, talk your best at
Ilotue. .
Brilliant Women.

S'he'S too brilliant for: re !" exclaimed
: friend, whlom we introduced to a very at.
truesire young lady. Too brilliant?" we
echlocJ, inq~uiriugly. **Yes; thle womln
tl~t iiiim suineqdlmue can bhe fit fOr little
c:lao in thi~s wrld of dull utility." Was
lIc riFT'.t( / ))1~I Do men, sqU11rd r/Ule--eu
Is: well as admuire brilliaut wommllal ? re
they content to banuk in their br~iglitueis,
but not wiai to possess thlem? IFso, ladies,
the~reis in tilk~ truth d~ee maltter fr your
ser~iour causideraltiuon/
A Woman may be i..t..II :l.... enough
to spark~ile like a diamond. But, afcur all,
1. i ,q .] ,.... ,.3,.I p re t r i, :.I.
in thle hiiuu T- eILydu y cr~t enee in
tie beenast of a neighlbor; but will rhey
awaken an honest love in one worthy hleart?

t-oany of the common but necessary uses
of the horishold? Will you not have to
exchlalge it for vulgar sixpenes and cents
before you can .even make it available in
buying bre ad ?
Then a. brilliasotmooan, though a perfect
diiamonid among hier sex, may nlot anit tle
possession of any but such a man as can af.
ford to kieep her as a luxury. Ifso, ladies,
never aspire to be dianunds [f you
"sshine" at all, let it be with a reflpeted
lustr~e. and a good husrband, believe us, is
the best usinlg nal the world to arwake your
asu a eplar dandtiot'cheas3 mood arif
aunl." 170 love to see the Bualiglltj but
holw we shut it out of our parlors and bed.
rootusY Do ~e exelude the muoon ? No,
\ie welcome hre mild influencel at all times
and in nil placej.

Govetousness pr~etends to hleap much to.
~gtherL for fear of want; and yet after. all
hlis paine and purchase, he imffers that
reallywhlich attirst he feared vainly; ad
by not using what he gets, he makes that
U~ftfering to be actual, present, and neces-
sayv, which in his lowest condition was
but future,, contingent and possible- It
stlrS~up thle desire and takes away tre
pleasure of being satisfied. It increases
the appetite, and will not; content. It
swells the prinexpal, to no purpose, -and
lessons the use to `all purpose; disturbing
the order of nature and the designs of Glod;
manking money not to be the instrument of
exchange or chlarity, or corn to feed. hil-
self or thle poor, nor wool to clothe himself
or bis brother, nox winle to refresh the sad-
ness of thead~licted, nor ]lus oil to makle his
own, countenance cheerf'ul; but all1 these to-
look upon, and to tell pyer, and to take ac-,
counts by, and make himself considerable
anld woudered at by fools, that rrhile he
lives he mayJ be called rich, and whren le
dies hre may be accounted miserable, and
likie the dishlmakers of' China, may leave a
I'.~ in alp of dirt for his nephews, while
1.< Il.s..e. hath a nlewrlet fallenl on to him
inl thle portion of Dives. But thus the~aas
cirried wood and sweet herbs to the baths,
but wats never washed or perfumed himself;
heo bes~ped up Jweets for others while hilll
self was faithy with smoke and ashed.-
,Terem~y Taylor.


'Twas nearly msorn anld I wasudreaming,
llcnrsant dlreamrs--just half asleep,-
whlenalisiteu white-robed raglre,

'Kissed he first, anylips and forelead,

*1mli op mla hnr fiu bdies."
T'hoa rehat Charllie said nnd did!

And I wokre to look and listen,-

To abrd Iha dalS e Yatst,
Wildest, clearest roundelay: too tho' chill and piercing
Blrw tho northwnind all around,
Augq the anorr in fl;eacy paLtches.
Dotted o'er the frozou ground,
Not a sp~eek of blue abovehIimn,
N~ot a ray of waimtlh hadl he,
Pearchledupoin ther; leaftes;ranchles
Of the t allelr mnple treoe i
as lmean, asa~bn r' a~gil,

nil.rlis mle~eltill Ie n gae
Then I told the whlite-robedl dlrlilg
TWhich above my pillowr bent- -
"That's a piece of mulsic, C'harie,
Which the robirts call 'Content.'
Tho~ugh his, Iof-~ Ie skedunollead-yn S)
Still if you'll rrttentive hear,
From thle sweet, musician, Charie,
You caln catch thie song by ear.
Robin has no shoes and stlckings,
lIns no calp upon his heald,
Nothing bult hlig coat of featherls,-
Andhis little wPaist coat red-
Hlas no cosy bed or blm ~IsqN,
Yetvo yiou her im early raise,
Only for his life andl freedom,
That sweetrtsoug of grateful prai~se.
And siuce you hav~e co'erybleasinb
]ly nloing Fathermen~lt,
Wonty~ou leard this p~ieceof mudlic -
1tobilln qang of' sweet 'lontent;? "

orlln s id lrevar~d country granted~i to annayc'. DarI Reaidor, did youCer refleCt on Lhe i
cil los tuq. Ius :l<>te. i.LIad atim subject of EuIPportingh libera~illy thle press,
The ..I is postponeld iltultil te let and lirst ofalil, yolur own Iloi Iewsa~peltr?
Monay p My.If nlot, pe'"lrmi us t huggesdt to you1 your
Th'!e above, sale is postponeud until thie fiard privileg~e anld uour duyinhire c.
Tillr s le is poulponed untfil\!ly firs rl ba/ lb
TIhe above sale is posjtjonled until thle first it wouhi bea well, n~ot onlly forI thle people
Monldaly in Aulgust. ;(!d.~theplace so represenlted, to Ilnc a pl-

Thehav,,e yalerris piostponed until thle fir t Sragry frih oul noradlc ju ddje us byour

Monday in Novemlber nlext. newspaper press, and, hlence thea ij po~t-
Thle ablove salois postpouad until thre firs an~ce of makinlg~that instrument as p~erect
Monday inl Decemlber next. uilhefrtand liatent as p~ossible. *
med a njuly nledisapn .itis thle duty uf every citizen of each
The1i uaboe ale is postponed- until thle firsr place to contaibute somcth ag~l towardl 1In.
Mollnda in Februar~y next. proving and strengotheiing: the-lOcal pless.
The aovre e sl~e i4 ooastmoned until the first .He~ may do it by subscribingi: and payin!
,n lybinAt~nh ne.stpned ntilthefirtfr hris paper, by advertising in. -it, by re-
Ml londay iin pil` I Ijnext. i ~ti h fl coinmen~ding, it to others, or in ald~ldo tese
The shloresale is postponed until the filrst waye. W~ere the country press as liberal-
Ipond;:: il~gn~ Ma ext. 1 patronized hald as well supported no it
Thre n ave anle is p astponed until the firpt a loiucld be, thre counltry would Ilot be sW
'The sayi nol is postpuoed until the fires 1 tedolss rsti e
helr above sale is p~ostponled until the first now is, wheni poison and vitiate thle uindad
Mlonday in Augl~ust unet. Df tle young. There is usufdlymore luor
M deaabirs~ in"postponed until thle first al inltegrity and cirreaspection manifested
The above sale jis postponed until t~e first by Editor's of thle country press ta y
Monday in October ne~tt those in the large esties, anld a more~ helentiy
T/se abovFe sal~e Tel postponed until the first tone of nund ulnd~anoral will gcenerlly be
Thda iv I @ ronedr r il the firs hnd to pervade thlem. Thecy are more o
Moeuday o in rl Deema nortoext. ti il ir free from thle reports olf de-gradin~g vices
The above salle is i., postp~ooed until the first adcieadaenvroee ih
Mionglay in Jnanuary 1861j. that feeling of surpicion which alttache~ugto
Thle above sale is postpoge.d until the. frst theommllon "lLash" lilterture of theB day,
Monday iu February. The country press may be imp~nrovd
Thle94hove sa is postp~onedl until she drat Each' individual presiding within h iis
1~Thea~l~ove sale is; poatponed until the finrs of its sphere and cireelation m~ay aid in its
Monday in Apr~il next. improvemlent. I10 may be on thle "Llook-
The above salle is' postponed until theo first out'4 for interesting information, and when
onndeny be e lei etondutl h is this is obtained, cannlluouicate, it to tle
Monda inveali Ju e. toe.uti h i editor. Hle mray br~ing: hpi own business
'The Abovesale is postponed until (le firstbeoehep libya prpatad
Monday in July. vertisemuent, or, if he has beef, pork, or
Wyn B. D~vis, grain to sell, he may announce at through
darch6th .Slhbrifirevardi County- hi~s loonl press. Hie may give historical
More~5tL--a69.sketchles of thle past, and whly~,the progress
'tP E~P S 'T~N$EIr and chaugeq groin: on at present. ~e
Smay hlelp to make hlis local paper a source
OQ cery CORuty Of the Uoite ofinstruction" to"~" stanesd of entr-
tininent to hlia neighborsy. Is hel a Ininu-
WtSIO, tfacturerl -Let him invite enp tal aIdI in-
TO epngagiath e sionale L ~of ~ soefitbs nd fluence by setiing forth such unaural ad
\nost esegalntlj illustrated Weikls publishled. vantages as thle place nmy possess, aad il-
bpulcluircg nd r nlhoo u aljaresa is dicate thle routaa by whlich it maIy be
Alchanicand rc hant;dr they ahreo I p nubrlsed i realched.usJ necessibility to thle mnarkets,
the best kStle and bound inl the most llsubtnt~ial rtc. Thy"e is nlo es ituating the advant-
ui~nnaner, and are worthy a place in thre Library ages~ to any towao or village of a lIve 1000
of every HIousehold in thle Land. jourlnal, and we douubt if there is to L...
hab TO nIs Ds Cll rYI e nn- osind t""u foundrat she p~resent timne an editor :; l...
pr~ofuablle emp~lOyment saleldoto be aet withl. gets fully paid for thed~aervices hie p~er-
:air Perrona desiring Lo act a1 nagen wrin fom and we put thle respousihilily whrl~e
recelve promptly by masil full par.iculrar, terms, it belong4-umullely, on tle PEOPLE,
Ilc, b addressing whose business anld duty it is, first of all,
LEA~RY, GETZ & Co., Publishers. to support hannsom~ely their own local
:g 224 North 8sgond street, Philadlelphia. paper .-Life Illlustrated. -

guiu. 16DJ ept in an unglazed earthe-atrar
pitcher, wrapped around with two or three.
site II is. a remarkable circumstances folds of:esarse cotton cloath kept constantly.
that nine-tenths of the slanders uttered are wet. The theory of cooling water in this. .
manner is the absorption ot heat from is
aimed at individuals the least deserving by the evaporation of the moisture in the.
of it, ad who have iven the.least-cause cotton cloth-ecxpanalon produea. cold;,
If we were toatraee the venom to its origi- compression, heat.
nal source, we should generally find that
the human reptile from whom it sprang FUN aarnD PovanrT.-Poverty runs;
was so utterly worrhless, and so far beneath strongly to fun. A man is never so fill of
anger, as to occasion to sensible men more jokes as when he is reduced 'to one shirt
of astonishnmet than any. other feeling. and two potatoes. Wealth is- tacitain and'
fretful. Stockbrokers would no sooner in-
CHILDRE*.-A childl's eyFes! those clear dulge in a hearty laugh than, they would
wells of undefiled thought, what. on earth lend money to a."second mortgage."l Na--
can be more beautiful? Full of hope, love, ture is a great, believer in compensations.
curiosity, they meetr your own. In prayer, Those to whom she sends waealth she sad-.
how earnest! in joy, how 'sparklingl in dles with' lawsuits and dyspepaia. The
sympathy. how tendedl The man whole poor neverindnige in a oodeook, botthen,
never tried the companionsiip- of a little they have a style of appetite that ebnverts
chrild has careleslsly passed by one of the a number of three mackerel into a aslmon,
greatest pleasures of lite, as one passes a and that is quite as well.
rare flower dstrihout plucking: it or knowingsvau. ~ R-rsE;~oo b .E

without pains and application. It is.rroulb-
age Thereis a vast difference between. lesome, and like deep digging for pure
those we call amusing men, and those we water; but when onse, yons come' to the:
denomainato entertaining; we laugh Rithl springs, theyi a~ll thes up and meet you,
the fortuer and reflct with the latter. -
aga, Fortune sometimes desecnad as a,
sIDEr It, is willy faded beauty as withr a
clock; the more the face is enamelled, the snow-storm, .heapiag up a grestabundane;
more clearly do we see the progress of but the appearance of a wsrm. ana.thaws,
Time. 'it~tqnpthipg.

How To Georm.W~ATn.--If it is desired
to cool waterfor drinking in warm wether,
ind, ice canot be had for the purpose,` let :


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PaZaRk~OLY QooL.-A~ waggish friend.
of tours tlis theh following / wlich wecedr
tain man who we will call Z-,waru
noted for his possessing great courage and"
prceasee of mind, and the crossest wife in
the neighborhood. More than one at.
tempt had been made to frighten Z-
without successl; but one dark stormy eve-
ning, one of his brother chips resolved to

I'he preten~d. d had searrely soulerd
himself in his position, when B- hove
in sigdbs,aand cause wrlu plinR along shocoo

figure confronted him,, and, in a Rspulchrlm

di s, and, at reg rdin hi om a ni
for a moment. said, with the utmost coolt-
Qee, "1[ gaq't sto:; friend if yoq ate a
man,.I most request you to get out of due
way, and let mde pass; if you are Old Nick,
comle along and take supper with me-
"I married your sister."

a, party of the "upper ten" of negradow,
Igare a srhd bl nea iAlba ylor g -.

tlemen were driven thither by a white

tocmu oIn a spirit of courtesy they in-
rie i oeter tie hall. He accepted
the invitation, and was a pleased spectator
until the aroma rising from the sable
waltzers became somewhat pungent, and
as it grew more powerful, he prophred to
leave. Just at that moment one of tha
-colored managers approached with much
politeness, and said the ladies desired the-
coachman to leave the room. The msans
ger regretted to make the request, but the
ladies insisted, because they said he amelt
so much of the stable.
% *---- --
PerULABITy of "DIxt."~-The. popu~-
larity of **Dixie" was amusingly illustrate.
ted in. Hartfo~rd (Conn) a few days agRo, at
a supper given to the children of the Mor-
gan Street M~ission. Everything passed.
per should, until, whilst they wrere devour-
iongthe "goodies," the band struck up.
< ing at the topf their vroloes:
"Lwish I was in Dixie-
Koorayl H~ooray!
In Dixie's Land I'11take mystand,

And Ilb anddi eih Di,

SThe teachers tried to look grave, and

Suml sah 1c~song, but it seemed. to-do.
th os a'(p of go~w

Burke being found in a reverie shortly af-
ter an extraordinary display of powers in. *
parliament by hisl brother, Edmund Burkei.
and questioned by a friend as to the cause,
replied: "l have been wondering how Nede
hats contrived to monopolize all thle tltents
of the family; but thou, again, I remem..
ber, when wsnswere at play. he was alwyay
se work "The foreobf this ~oeedute is
incree r eyhenoiut toy, RisaraduBr tke

ents, to his brother. Yet the one rose to
greatness, while the other died compara-
tively olmoure.

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Au ~rannsmaIars will be inserted on the
One Dolhir per equnre, of twelve lines and
ander, for the first insertion, and ISeventy-Five
rents ade. tosr shts be liulited to tle
space contracted for. All contracts shaRll be in
wrriting, starting definitely thre nature of the
sianess tolbec adets. 1 1 t il n~ve 1ticle /
bre charged separ~ately anld aLso any~ excess of
ulater over the amounl contracted for.
no, I i i. 1- I ep C. vl i

Ie 1i~ ,olr rilb rge ifor ala n

to Obituary notices, whenu thley exceed st
lines in length will be charged f~or atadvertise-
Cb eet advertisements payable quarterly;
advrertisements frtml stranger~s kiid qirsiteleg
persons, payablein advancee` All others will be
comadreduelroh o sxcalledfsor- - $10 00
Icngs a ~siness Car~ds, pr an - 10 00
App~lication for Letters of Adm~inistra-
tion, tiredollmar in advau:ee 500
saotice to Uators and creditors, seven
ppi itio liao dipmissal as Adminis-700
trato1*. ten dinersL3j in dvance -' 10 00
at~ All1 billa for Job P'rinting, mu!@199 1eaig
on then deliv~ery of thc wor~k.
T i it(C ofr an Bzaio oiasuei ou r of ll
lirevalrd inr thre Eansten Cilrenit ol florid* nurd to
mc dlirected anld delivered in tllvaro Wiiilliaml D.
Giiles er, al. vs. Iu~fusK1. Sewnl pl~~ilan wIfe, h e
]pr~ied upon and will exposefToreasle at ISusan il
lr. ir./ ...I ...., F ordur one Iro on y 1
lowing dexci~:ribe Iland, to wit:--An undlivatled
interest orf Eve Theuanud tn is 11 i 1,
Thirty-rhree Ieres, being ChF .. .3 I . For ~
Iainr grLrtalnolandonlininin : ...... . more (

A distinguished pysician, h ded
some years swele in Paris, declared--"I
believe that, during the twenty six years I
have practiced my profession in tlus eity,
twenty.thousand children have been carried
to the cmeterles a sacrifice to the absurd
custom of exposing their arms naked.
I have often tholight that if a mother

bert ad the ar it about for observn
ti n by he eom ny it would do very little
harm. But to expose the bab s Cars,

ndmw th schrfe bloo crual ion at best, is

Put on bl ost tah rometeran ababy's
mouth- the meorcury rises to 99 degrees.
Now carry thle samle bulb to its little hand;
if the armns be bare and t'e eveningr cool,
the mlercury will sink 40) deegrees. Of
course, all the blood which flows through
these arm!s and hands must fall from Sg
to 40 degrees Ebelw the temperatgre of the /
heart. Need Isay that when these cold
curreitis of blood flow backr into tlbe chest, I

arless oo promised. eAtl'n~ e ld 1
fe lentlyd recurring affections of the laugs

I have seen more than one Child with
habitual coughanod hoarseness, or choakin?
with mueus, entirely and permanently re- i
I~eved by simply keeplag its armsJ and hands
warml. Every observing and progressive
physician has daily opportunrities to witness
tie same simple cure-

By the quiet fireside of home the true
mother, in the midst of her children, is
sowing, as in vases of earth, thle sees of
plants that shall some time give to Heaven
the fragrance of their blossoms, anld whose
fr its will be a-rosary of angelie deeds-
theo noblest offering` that size can ma-e
throuylh thle ever asceoding; and ever ex-
pandinlg souls of her children to her maker,
Eycr~y war 1 that she utters goes from heart
to heuart withl a power of which she little
dreama. Solemn is tlhe thought, but not
thle thloughrt that every word that falls
fromu her lips, every expression of her coun-
tenanlce even in the sheltered walk, and i
retire.nleut, mlay leave ann indelible imlpres.
sion upon the youngb souls around her, and
forml as it were thre underlying strat~a of
that education which peoples [leaven with
celestial beings, and gives to the angel,
gleny to dile grace of God, iis nrown. of

DEATur.-Death!! How solemnly that

eyes onceso brilliant, rb'efoting the light
of thz soul within. sparkhiug with animla-
tion, are closed forever; the lips through
which the well-known voice and the mirth-
Yul laugh has passed no often are marble-
like and still. Life's red current, hIas
stopped; the heart, once so full of enmp-
tions overflowing with happiness and -joy,
has ceaeltd to beat. .No more will thiat
dearume's presence fill wihi delight the
mourlninge frlepds; no more the hushed
voice g~ladden theoir ears. Slowljr, and sad-
ly th'ey ill bear thre body to the grave,
0 ee test eoo remuaius of the good and lovely of ear~th'.
The trouble and sorrow and pain of this
life are nothing to her. now. Thegy will
gather around.4he hearth again, but there
is a vacanrt place; the family otrole is brok-
enl, a irgnkigone they exchiange tearful
glances, but each beart is busy with its
own thoughlts. Times rongy heal.the~ wound
thlubgrief has made, but it will never re-
move the sears. Years may ggoby, but the
lost one will nevler be forgotten"

AAHORse' B OOT.-The foot of va horse
iE 096 Of the most ingenious and singular
pieces of mechanism, inthe animal shrust.
urer and scarcely yielding to any in regular-
ity-and complexity of ports, and of simpli'
cityof design. The hoof coutatus a sries
of vertical and thin lalmna of horn, so nu~
merous to amount to~about five hundred,
and forming a complete lining.~ Into this
are fitted as mnany.lamoina belongind to the
coi~n bone, which sebttsare elastic and ad-
herent. The edge of a quire of paper, in
seated leaf by leaf into one another, will
convey a saiioient iden of.thisarrangement
Thus the weight of the animall is supported
by as many ehistic springs as there are law -
ins in.the feet,~ amounting to .about four
thousand, distributed irr, the most s~curt
manner, since every spring is acted. upon
in an oblique direction. Such is the con-
trivuane for the' safety of an animal destined
to carry greater weight than that of its own
body, and to carry those, also, under the
hazard of heavy shocks.

ag., Grief murmers;. auger roars; im-
patience frets; but happiness, like a calm
river, flowson in quiet sunlight, without
a ripple or a fall to marke the rushing on
or time toward eternity.










:' suri kthiing, plcrida Volunteers. Thle ltatejat 8H'rS
r'c lcan..1r....s.1 ik or issue, of thy 1st .PARRACts Sr. AUGUsTrInE, s~w OnlE~ans, June 6.---The Uorder.
t., that Co4. PUrr'~aro", of the Mlagl Agne 2nd 1861 State defention have issued an address to
la Hd0118, ]3a, rated I1r8 is Hntil house At a meetings of. tite Coupanly under slie people at Kentucky. It was signed by!
the summer, in (he iuxtiry of hich hie commandl of Onpt. Joqn \Y. Srtutec, the every memlber of thle Convengion. Gov.
ers to allow our citizzoos to {.i.... ., .. Following resolutions werce offeredl, ulnanr- M oorehcad da:ys in q note: "I sig~n 'ueeuse
Sunlder.Stand hl~e also contemplrqtes if sk mousrly adopted, and ordered to be pub- l approve of Cthe refupal to farsigh,~ t~rpoo
toonage of thle country will igairan~t it, tco listed in the S't1. 14uguisine Emmniner anld and falvor thle polley of hentrality, without
ve thle dressing apartments e rebtedl on S1. .Toik's Al rror, vis: comnnutting mlyself to al that is said athetitc
,north beach, and to supply the boats Bi~le a, Tha a they L e e c\ of Y "ntn t other matters."
bathinfin' h "nurf. orth gapodand a rilorll a noleu ino 6lelfare~ ejnclne ibil CIDARY.ETos, JUne 5.-Ah privteer,
nlt *f .... eitren .au 1sob7i fomel ther pilo boyi Savnph, o
is design will be carried a t, aond thalt ~,:;:'l' I . . ' .4 : nlo o commnnedly te io by apt. SMaker, la yesordep
Se terpris a me t its ful+l reward. **~~I i I' .'~'~ bon \en .61.o toued aPahd briGpt lIsaded i sohoar ag np

er of the surf bath. Four thole wholi O~lPed, That to tage Ladies orst. Augustine, Gieorgtown, andshi orthl forty hiousand~
ve wreturnoulr cordilapr eelar~itide~ofrlyokiddly dollarrs
,m a continued residencee in the interior sp~irit wh~ichwesleomedl using uasuming dutlies in -
any of the Southern~ States, become lan- thlis City-thle comiiderate provision cheerfully The cnptre took plaeg near the beld~
id or' debilitated on the approach o~f a priap ale for-i~i ur.;i;

.the fash enable and wealthlytof throp 0ie n Phjthla, w ended a ltlnks, nn ~ srpotdhr ht h piae

:ore and a tu n in old oce n, have be- tokens of a proval, and Rleadship w th no or- anlhroun deco ed the WIppl adisrg stemS
me in ispensbe apd a~q i rse reatnd i t vc,'lhn lotl ciaenrt of aiatMehlowlss
.. r. .7 of suv ....deh of tis c sm~sas ;ire a B r*.':.di (Foupdedr wh en the' Odowion,
Resolved, That to Captr. H. A. GRAY we offer
re many have sought this change an~d our thalnks for the libreral aid angl suport re- QHIC4pO, June 4.-Deptyr Stephlen A.
tddy healthl by a trip to thle North, and cei*d~r hs h~an and also for tnranspoi*inlg 16Douisi e
ave there luxuriated in the sea at Nablat, '1. A. JEFFILEWSY, Scoretary~. --
e~wport, espe May, or old Point Comfort. ------tlr .-- NOR(FOLK, June 6th.--Six brorize
his is now at an end. Aind whyl should Astohe ld~tln Pris. ter CorJhgren 12-pounlder hlave been fished up
ur people go a thousand mliles, wholu they WID) B 60 be Abceive;riou MFite (iCor II 8 b theaVy Yard, and eight tonls of guns-
an enujoy and lave in the same sea at our envoy limits his pretensions so as to be powder takes fromr thqe Alerrimac. Te
oops, and that sea,mlore gentle in its' swell only thle representative of thle Northl,'l h L'ermantown will be in sea-going condlition,.
nd more inxurious in its temnperature? strikes a low at thle dignity of his own in two weeks.
es invited all in it rtead theytry vil surf i ore."l~n admlit tineb jha to o11,hhe n1 tan

ic ey, a con iederation in thosee timues, and an nal I t adh~p h~--i u pd that it i porarily, for fear of ilaterrup ippoC agRee~~

In we have eadlly the. at Mex~cico ab;uuld.recetre Iimn as repc e E bal:
;ention of our citizens t> the great advanu- "eL'iU:a noeth'e Stlntestd thbe Nut;;l LF.LVENWORTI;.LA~;NSAS,~ Jnne 1.-
ages for surf bathilgr possessed by thia ielgtuaespuiyo h ofdraeLetnn ooe!n 1Enro h
lac ovr mst ny the~nlng he hol States and of thp goverunment at MIontguni- Unlited 80 tes Army, Cavalry branch, and.
onst of the Atlankie, and ,we repeat sense c ry--audl dis is notr more p)ossible frT the'"L a native of Marylanid, has rerignled
entaris male in our paper of thle itt 01 e. CoUrwin cous'nat as is saul,! to cob o.Loig U ,coraidu-
August last, in whichr one of thlese advan- hadled laterdt. The only lainon mal ue Mex icogU.Majo Crittd, J ,leanlutenant
tages is exempylifie:d. After coping anl present is tha;t of his rpjooption,~ and frank 7ttichl, Baker anrd M~cl~il: of the Un~ited
!ri~cf~u~tlqBr~~o~i~yp~ant h.Lui !y, thp uase scaul tuj as vbye ar ~aslg StatesiUs. l ilps, hrmlj: asignledy
nd sllpn 11o mthe babo I' t iondi n! gr ss.m ut~n!,co bl see th~eyrat rid of it. RIongypxp'", Junle 5;--Lieut. Hamiia
like mosrt of il100 coast at thle atlantic, is licanl partS--the I...e 1...*1. Mr. Co~winl Thmo, of thep.U.~B Artuy,,has res igned,~
dsayiigers a fr batherus. Abugl ai conIsider- represenC(JLt-euse'd to raitify the treaty 01 lltartletts NVIava BIrirlad it kFortresI
ibtepurtion of the son coast, t surf comues Mlclane, w;licil Was aso lverilble at the- ti:ue 11sulroqhasu~bpen,dish nldsd,a!?angtsentous.
roing in wltll Luch~'force anud eleva~uu non as I the Ilibera-l Can e, on the maini grouno1 lit.. i r i 1..... 11 Li .4,<, 4praiopy
toYI gove rqtji ance ex..l .n cul atlcc x- thatse r ..= s .-1iun Tl-s -a~ Ln ..lli y=. ,,, ,,4,q .!IPti enlCr$ illalJ: bing.dr Bll.
it, the retrurateg v. b .I..~ . i. . ..- nlow be returned~ against thle republicans ihe fact~t a age upuoueed;
rry eerything betir II \t.u -:.s Mrthe authority ofilr riaolly iel.srtinily
tile inuovunlg cun, it passes unrder it, asil is Ivery r.,, I;..... I. ,,.,.I[;, ... sheivuloat of St Lou:s, Ma~y 31:-Tw'~o hulidr.ut~
kinownl as the under now, spoke of in thet thle c.~~?l ..4. 1 i.....l. e I... ....-1 thle conlfed Ili~oisauls crossed tise river at Padpchar; to:
above article.L. 1~. u-r of aaiildu ;ertionof the Unlited States oi heCnfdraefocs
ing yourself wheil up to your lincki in wrater, Thisi realsoninlg is str~gghened by other ( uurl u~r .i~f~~
wlll lnsws.11m wav sweeptuy the upper consideurationaless p~otelt. Thle necessity Blu.TIsions, Junle 1--Ex-Gov. Plratt
portion of thle updy ashole, and a lowerf'ul whichl Mexico~lhns tor livingR onl good termsu tras b-een arrested and takenl to, Was~hbil
lilderrow unaryingt thle lower part oiut to I4 thjlre Confederalte States, its n~;glleipp;l: oI
sea, can be easily uimagined. Hlenlc thle the d ei~;.' f, i. fit TytidrI. Of Lulakilig for It- un
danger and! gress loss or lite froux bathing self sc I.........J t.u I.= .:;..: ,; tit need of E~x Gov~. Lowe has.alsp ~o be,afrtsted-by
iii this surf, l.foug a~great pait of thle Atlanti ue olnurcial relatiouls'~ ll usu. O~onfedlerate Iorder of thle Fj~Jeral aiuthourities.
coast. F~rom the above article, it will be States, nod many othyer Irrecsist'ile reasons, WYhanixurus, June 1.--One hundred
seen, that theshorr at F'ernantdinal forma~no upon which we shal takeu more thanu one thosndctrid sc were sent to Fortress.
exc ptibn to the" general danger occasion to dilate" "?oiu
rgto St. Augustinle on dioe contrary along -30yet-y
the north sbore, for a couple of mlile~s t be ~. ARESTING THE Cliqur J qSTlC es or Tr OuaL a YRi,&B ML~T-~OI P'IL
runs at the distanceQ out of a quartet or .. UNITED STAKES. The New\ York fribUne -The private re t, b ag~ing t bi ct<,
m tle r vio Isb olre ea bt I is tenh I oley'ot openly br arresting~ Chiel e perstuediga rs business. Tile
ig wav ad entirely preven~ts every Fists upon the writ of hlabas orplcs being Unvihogn, Ont. Wilhe arrived~ yesterday
t lillet akundertoW. It turnlishes` obeyed. It cites the actlion o(General An- havooing inhq tow s the follo ng; prie
100g basin, as it were, over which the surf drew Jackisonl, inl ariestin~Jdg Aih Hll, at ,Sog klllun on r a Joh u d lams Bostemid an:

other provisions for muakrin this place one Louis, wh0,' in Ilus recent proclamatlion, has told.--N O. LUrecent.
of the most agreenbge rad healthy resorts decln ed that in such usses he bihall ey~
foi sunner ur well s win tr. Wek!wonjl h rhoadher )awr.14i rVe itreass st lka 14 The N ew York Tim s, ree I y~ed
.atla e .. /I aenc 3eeacuan placet nin or able o de ating an gesr sh-e here by mail, is ve~?:ry isppron~l~ thp jigye
.ur ~Il tw ui Ir3lCnOy use warns season is pac my it." s~lF'ltc~il~u FuI of the unstud. of Engim& aidl
r..e inly a C;.:. 1Lu IUYr 0I....4i~ codrnoce tuowrdyithy outh It isays:f
.ne~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Y~I ,e.Il g1.sos.u p. .(.. a ,BSAZIE AND THIE SOUPs. "Without eieundocuution, it ~ig evident:
stiriition. We wvot~l. me ui miuj.,~ Mat, 11 eould again urge ~the policy, som~e th~at England and FranUCe, wi Iformually- re-
are wodt' to leave the interior fore a abnoge timle. si-.s Jd....::.t-;h by tij prpcr, uTf es ago I th.l~~ rl;ordayz.edr nb of ihe Clonteder-
dur~in:g a fiw w~eek or mlonths every sum-: tablishi..- Ile m~... f...-r..Al re- as t-e *
viitl 0 r ino U~ity. They Inlly had oat~:r ll Ci 8.utielrn ,lrd" Ara ESEG -ll @0. tp
C'om far gry it." gurmyeg LOo,'fr -wustaj ulse~ ~ Ten ilr;uri an~o~ (I Hl~ -4as~ sI o I ., I I ,1,~ t ha
CO~~~:Uf~-4~l;_ r ~~_~T up,. The three counnmes have e sapme record'y Iniled by Ligne-dil's cur th~iuals at
As~llr In l., N. w Oljelans 7,. Delta, institut..,as, anII re .llkd Illerresud io Alexnudria, insu the ne~'ighborho.:d uli than
of May 16 h, it is stated that not this-muo- tetir Tery nr onabt? p- ed (ia.pdn! y~i, and h wik b o; kilaro
ment omissions for privateers are on their standing and coo-operatiori f .r this great ob* dadl -ho I~k Argas ar
way to British islands on these coasts, to jent.-R-lichmondl Dispatch.
the Pacific,: and to~ Liverpool, Loidoni and m.B Ti 1f$1 Iil TeSn noi ppr-scne
.theOlyd.."herod of Ol~iftlsi it our eite harri d~ ame h stipcessof Obl. Van Dorn's as dition"
gass A protracted war will give Mary. thrill of delight~ dliough our colmmuilty. .to capture the U. 8. troops anoilr %ilY.'
la.1 Knucy n Mssu c~g I to udanlad i tofae~ to sai~nta b o'~l Its 4, wh was coming a~p~~bis from Fo*
the South. ~hat will a long war tio for Northe~ hrssa~d bee ec:vde g S troops rero 818,iau umrbe r. Ball was
theNorhpersuaed th Bielyk t netahe is deavoin tO be gtven to Gol. Von born in Sin~i doe
re is live an~ in full vigor. We' have ltonio, iis honr of t)1etrnen
mBP Hn Row inr o Ne nWo te v

poitdMaorar pu~qu Gnerl bcluunning th e- 444, A etea h rie nRc ihop o Virginia, there, waso oneofurd
Miliary isties f 1ouis na Genral nson, afte cr trvlip cinruenito d others, re theart ~ an ldlay rean Wayne ci~ounty
Tiggs wlll asr su vre cu uand e une-orsthe sawin Ukineo' oili hi e solne fe ons Sh1t'e wa orngeve tit
stan, onthe st f Jue, mkingNdw e sh notobirn, a plane of the a'erimiini
Ocep s i sG lijr enorlqua eomls. io dife gep teoiana gk 2nr ipdhi aiJ Nto agg..s The Hebrewus ts of3 ontgomer ha
aggltu;Ex-Plireidt o outluchalnnu is report i' moad-f" Hldlpaciper'ts eyNrfolk, anddth' appropr d svn'd hrundryed d ollrsfr the
Aogg be ll confu med to hsroomud by ilkess. O't Thilcrrs Ilryil th pnlF Us$~~ no e so port d~Y xe amls. aICV( h~OseJ who have

$ WriT~t of Habeas Copus Diare- the morning--attracted thithcr by th~liii-.' ; Archljiishop.Higghtis.
garded by Lincoln.' terest ati imoporanpce of tl1 eacase in the--
Iu h atr om the. Ban tiore Aug], obu present copndtion gf public affairs. We can. only extract for our readers a i
glo he r wr 6 A s epusanyportion of Archbishop HilGIIE~s remark 8 Ho
the rrpaof attiacment against General g 4 upnhecilwr Aovalthd for
Geoge adwllaer orconemp inrefs-a exvil war >s the syspt deplorable and ofl
ing h~obeine to said n~it-1. rn II.... most destructive in its consequence, both TV
Coron th pIt .t.I | nores is mc Ied b rpi and dola in. Itp
agv wyodri of tachment was icsed Ton, Mo- gves a loose rein to thle worst passions ofh
sy ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i~-B- bbodro he uteThcuman nature; rapine and carnage, thougl~ th
Oime M tici~lc Taney- way presienqin ST. AUlUSTTN1YE FLORIDAB! horrile~to gase upon, though terrible to fo
thel~nil~cd States Courtrooml t received 9ATIGRI$jY. JITIV,15,1861E. witness, cannotbe compared to the moral
the marshall's return d~er~co nand :to'hearl evilswhich it inficts upon society. It is t1
ec t t. trpt f i ,a lth 'la not in civil a rife thant the nmbler a t tp~
Mary8~lland ~~t~ o w t: C~l- Bl D s- criptions, make collections, antd receipts Ar~ t1 e becomes hardened. and callous ninid scenesI 'n
Toth~urhil oftheMarlan Di- .ofbloodand devastation. The transition "
WronTetl~ ~ e cluousand y~1lt~ou: tht ou ame fr
.el a av of Gen Oco. Undwnilater, fr~om a peceful republic to a military des-o
udl, himo haRvebfolre the lrlln. Roger B LE 8E S I N rso oeo l *** os .

'l~le, Clirf~ubid ino tied nrrew r .-n l the ou I, but a ..- r...t~ll puq.r~if the
fule'St oftordc thy, body of J8o'lup\; eg T H DI O U IO piaiisn lvaehmra tr o

eonuan o th jotbf Leu C n"L, rB OFl TH~E the acave heard .a proposition made byf a c'

181. Hcrgumatfi nt; o"u O U N ITO N fioprominn .8..~e at .h ra m9.qouesti
peril, and have you then and there this -o- that we trust was either not seriggsly en-
writ. Witness the Iuon. Roget B -Tnney? etieo a t rgni h xie
C~hid Justice of our Supremeo Court, tl' T E O A''O tmerantd of thpie m ome gn. It wathe xin- r
firs Monda ine December 1 o altIulr~ enand OF~ A more or less than a recommendation of the
Iur Lod oe thousan d on1 O T B~S C N E~ ~C policy w hich, E nglitnd has pursued towards 1
-r md 2th.My, 861. SUTHE N C NFED RAC Ireland. Time speaker expressed himself
THiOMAS SP'ICE:R, Cler~k. ;------ i ni favor of talking away thle plantatiods o
Chief Justice Tancy, uponl taking hris THE WAR.frmheoihe owrsndbton
seat upon thle bench, sqidl rlnt bcG 1 d te a ad onte po heNtisr
ilt to e tht hisrt oassoc suedt eilll him That War is lyegap, can!,nt n~ow hle soldiers. T'he idea, aswe I ave intimated, 1'
y e~trtda br hisllmvitation bec use line de- .~.i;..~ H t / ona~ie rh ubbeen snr- ics at a original on nis it tw s partially

alve i o illollt aese Tire wt ofoemakes liledg if between tuss wdetu a Ieland, atulbns a means ey whcthat pFo I
States, consequently Judbe drailes ouuld per ABRAbt LINOOLN has. now done al u arw roetschawoesl y-
notact with hunm in the case. Hie had also that be oan do, or at Icast sufroient, t?, O tem of sprolitib-astempl w~high s clca s-
invited Judge Grilesto be present to-day make ita impaBssable gulf. There is some lated to plunge thle country irremediably
but he was unable te uppe: loue s comfortin the thought that whatever our ipto a v... thus~ this gecneration may never
eneh relig ous asoiation, whose deliber, trials may be, we can never again be see the end of, and to arouse feelings of
nations Judge Giles cousidered it important Ibrought back into a halted,. .Thin with Ihatred and revenge that mlay live through
that he should attend. r them, force can never bring about such a centuries.
Chief Justice T an o thentcalle tor tmee result, their soft words, and deceiving Tepooito owihwehv ee-

abo'et da orh rwhenr Spcer, tleclotk friendliness was semw to be dr aded, for by 'IB prpoit o roail e Iaf rf-
Chief J justice requested him to read: guiled. We may say "Ithlank tle Jew," tioan diathasbeen, publislhed in see or two
TEE MARsHAL' RETOURN, that til011hast now put it out of thy power of our New York daily papers. It Is noth-
ibl er e setice of tthe oo Surqxour t anylongner to deceive us. They are mak- ing more nor less shdal ;proposal to inrcite
-of tbP United States, that by virtue of the 'inLg a ret hute and cryr about the Union' the negros to insurrection, iud by so doing
within writ of attachmUent to mec directed the war they are now waging is ntot An-~ th opeiiaeteSotpnprino u
on the 28th day of May, 1861, Iproceeded Thion, nor the Stars and the Stripes, it is Y, LI.- ~ .L Lii- -l
Isenti my name at ther oster gaite-h some of them, amd i fr moey in oth- own soil the fxen~ish brutality recordled in
messaenger returned withl the reply "thadt ers, to get back if possible the vdst sumts tehsoy2 t on .I ol
thererns no answer to mly cardl,"--and they have been annually plundering ;from to lrouse;~yG ~the saageatur wofl the go
therefore could not serve the irrit us I was the South; these shouters for the Union t~.Od t svg tr O h eo
commanded. I was not permuitted to enter r e h aewxdftadsuyo against our brother in race annd blood; it
thle ate. So answrsra their trade with the South, or have their wudb ocutnneatoiisad
Waearsa~oroBoaxPaNT. Larbaritics at the sight of which our whole
U. S. Marshal for the isitrict of Manryland. money invested in m~anufactories of South- cutywudsadaple;i~ol e
Chief Justice Tanley, after qjuestioning ern produce, they now stand face to face conr ol tn pI~~d tnudb
Mlr. Vance, the De~puty United St;.tes with the startling fact, that w~ithout~ us, to encouraged tpe whole black populati one
M~arhal, inl relatiion to is eforts to serve they are puoyor nded. JapagDor is mainrg the South~ to rise in ilarm against the
the writ, requestedt himn to amend hris re: great efforts to prove they have a Govern- whites, tp murder women and children, tP
tilr, which he did b~y adding the words, bth t massacre helpless infancy ang, agpr and to
."I was not permitted to enter the gate," ment, bu e at te same time is openinggvealcnetth xeesndruli
Pa above set forth,. the eyes of thle Northern people to the as- i~~.8lcnet ieCcse o rcte
ITT31n rltOF HE UTIETNY to unrtr tl he js 0lding fact, that their own liberties arle which chanracterize all n~egro.insurrcatios.
tIn osrvelation t the retum a t he d h ilefus in jeoprcr-dy. We refer our renders to the ave we now
tiwer obsetrvedth tth2ose moiarushal hadte tone of manf Northern paper, and the ne- sunk so low in th~e' seale of hunuiniy?
w~mi er to toond thboign sedomit us e o tion of some of their leading men, disaf- lare tw so for forgotten our ob igations as
'court thre party named in the attachment, fection is showing itself, in severe condem Crstan men, eqe opfre yee hare fry
who would, wheln so brought in, thle liable nation of this iniqluitous war, and Ia.,,, entered into theo hpat of the e~nflict, to
to punlishm~ent by thle and imprisonment. are giving ex~pression to~ their. disapproba- al .1,j tolerate or sanction ag I.:1.~1...t. ...

u \rAe ,si t hi ae ana din po e to- hie hl as t um an a bt a ain t

Chief J atice then proceeded as follows i nsrtoofteG or et ipr-he eidttobosre a a day -pf
"'I ordered this attachmloult yesteiday. mitting it to be upjust~ly administered in faslin ueul l .;. thpi~ghou t the Soixth-
because, upon thf8Le flc f thl ie Lrlturn t'respect of the war against us,. What are. or Confe erbey, was ot.> rved~ by or
detention of ttid prisoners was unlalwful, they doing, but pulling down the -temople Citizens as directed, and approprint ser
41pon the grounds: of liberty about their own ears, the pois- vices held in the different. Church ,i u!se
Cons ~-' ii~tion I'me lieU te ude the ened chalice will be returned to their own Vlner rmaltedfrn ... .
suspend the privilegeoufthe wr~it of habeas lips, andsoori the brute force the~y are now ies stationed in our City attended drvine
co nu~or authorish military officer to do threatening: us withi will be needed at s-vo a a soent eitn h e
it. psr home, in the encounter which must take sni1 ervace, n a slemaniy bef uittizng h e-
"Seeond--4 ~~~ ~ ~ caio pervaded allac rank of our citizens fo hi git n lc:l.
righ tres tand leana pgr3o nat suno pla e t he forpthiog ~-v uolnt- r n h The right at Fairth .
oiffene aginst the law of the Uni~ted "noralforce enough at the N~orth- to le~~;. Tepp a il mdg- cflLD
rjtates, exc pt in aid of I ,, u~ii sl rurf fii- bat siirresllt, and alreildy flii chldj~ oi- actown* but The aIll-age.- thu'an- gy.
ty, anld subject to its control; and if the bigger than a man's handl~is ~toli~e~seerk in gagemeyn~o cerfaily came off at Bairfax
party is arrested by the mnilitlar, it is the tCusr political firmunent; but our business Court H~ouse oqr Satutiy morpigg, thoIst
duty of the oilicer to deliver himl over im- is with ourselves, so0 far GOD has blemsentinst., about half-past three,~ do'clc, ,.id
niediatel dto the e 11l authority, to be deals u fotw eeieorGvrmn e which Capt. John L. Marr, a member of
"If forbore yesterday to state -orally the serves our warmest dmiration and support, the Virginia Convention, and Captintl of
provisions of usle Constitiation of the United and we have no doubt the plans laid for tire the Warrenton (Va.) Rites, was ipstanqly
States which .mrake these principles the prosecution of the war, and administration killed, Col. Ewell, of the Confederate fore
funal cttent ligtw bie Un uodestod no of the Government are wise and ~equitable.. eas inhtl wa nauded, and maeme of n
some portions of it, and I shall thearefore W ea ecssionfis occurred we were BephnokGad eeeywudd
put my oinion in wriring, and fil it in repeatedly askd "rhere ar the men o iuThe losnus f hincolnbitewa~s iuch gIreat
heoflion: of the Clerk of tile Circuit Colurt carry on this gigantic mov~ement!" our ann- er.

nor the might p~erfor~u Iiths conlsu. LIsT or Anne STATESMENI NOBLE fAR- iUtrOLduced iflto the Uritish stock1 markLt
t ot, to ulfor~ce th i laws by se?- RIOR8 AanD aKSl OF DEYOTED jPATRIOTSi b the Southern Commitssieoers, whose.
couGr~ n lnc to t process gf- the well may our hearts swPell with exultant levees in Albergarie street are wpilattended
Heare the Chief Justice concluded his pride, as we exclaimu-Gon AnD onH by stock exchange representatives. -
remarks. and the Caset as fltr as thed judi- KI .
claF'proesis wnerne bwictlj ad by a ag, The Charlesto niri erury speaks of in \Vs is son d ha_ the xirenchdi pan a
large number of persons, who crowded the Floixr at 88 per Barrlel, with a declinipg front his Government declaringr tht it will
equrt room and the street in, f.out duriqi; tendency. .pay no respect to Lincoln's blockade.

Post O~t~ieP NBotice. J. V. Her lande9e
111031ann d a ter thle 1st day ~:lof ne net M ERpC HANT "l" AIDL OR
.I `. I .., I . ~,i. ..I I lans just rturned from Savanah, withl a fret
~tepo~ed Battle I .. I 1 .1,r'' ..1 111 1,, a :o ., owi~n as under, ad elegalt Slorkof gloods, wIPIchL he is prepar~
SeportedB~ttle 1; -. ekl e to make to ordei*, in tshe-most flashionatble an
Ap:liiT1) Junle 7.- A speelal telegraml ,1,.''2'' '. .~ to actual awl Satisfact~ory mannner.
pf leth~e041ay that sharlp but brilliant8 a "de Sllri~r e I~c~erqlntr Re p Dcebe 186.
fightoccurred nearl'hillippi, in thle isorli- .. .1 .. .IiWoll .rd ..i i ..prto... e O HRET
~prpart of Vi~g~inia, on BMonday. Pille ( 1 .1 .0 I',~I .~~ .' '; i
laundred Confedd~rate troops were suddenly 1'Ust atslr VIA 8 AVA N ~ NA II
pttachecd by three thoousand )'ederaliste -- -
A~t Orst ~the Cofedlerate were thrown':into TfISTEAMBER

.rnellny, notwithstandin g t~he great dis rp;ily tBT V R O I A
ao mna'sners, Seventy~ Fedliraliss killed C A O I ,
aud -only sis Confederates. Thle enemuy CAPT. T. J.LOOKIWOOD.

pianued by regulars from Carltisle Barrackg, .' 1 .. ,,,1,

~v CA~irlUT ~L~QVE W LSPET. ;. I. .''' rr "''

("tap t-11e s .,1i' t p 1r Ir.. i~ . .. s .. I~ I~ I -~ul II., i.0
utrys ol~e vpi s ir cun ry .l a .I e. je ei i i Savaannh t(Iharlest0:04 3,01

P ermuit u fritsyd to give you a few hiuts jody anld mnind. IIIn edition to the gcer e etes HI. L. GBBIL~ gn

ebrs odee f lalp eo de a ne~ne
tl shour of danger, and crown your nmissionl pu~lrity. CRIIAE.*

Remember the Sabbath day, and est. Fit fglsSp Dl 36
dteavor to keeli it holy unlto tle 41ordl.- W ave care,,,f~ 1 ste < e sI~pl of] _~s mnTE undersigned offers for salle, on easy,
Be sure to carry your Bible with you not Grove Whtiskeyv whichl you sents us and filld. I terms heLr inlteyest in the Rleal Esrlta oi
andtuse it as a bookt given tllo en to be a tharth contasinanolne of' the Po81:016sonusSubtiaceU nlOSES E2.LEIVY (leoconsed! lat e) of Providat~.-
Jamnp unlto their feet and. a light unlto their i"nown" as sit Oil,-whichl is lhe ena;tlctoer~ibtic (ompr"isingr sdnomof thle choleost labds inl thi~
path. anil il urious inlgrediient of thle whliskey~s ign J fi'" Fony pnlle, a aly, looq S.L. Bur~ritt
Sekbhemk ouceup Ca ooTII, a0I:3 A;C~I\, ipril s18G1. 3 n1.- I1. PRETTO.
to God. ANew York, Sept. 3rd~, 1838 8
dllow no T ndictive or revengeful pas- I have unnlyzed~ a HIamIple of UIChSnut Grove
slon to have place in your l31art. on h::. i siy, race varr~omo M~r. 7;lauricefu1l al~rtnd

Pbcra~~~~~~~~~~ Ir bun -a .t -arelu no dat, =.In .I I. Il. -= I is entirely f ~r
thee 31 ut sep etwenyouaddesilfroma poirionous or delPeterlious substances. I
GenI. Havelock` was not thle worse soldlel is 4o qllsqinus llr oe and 100U tliouredi quality. of
for being adevout~llh~ristla. whiske~.
Thle great and good \Yashington discoun- JAMES: R. CItIILTON,
teaunced prelane swearinl inl thle arm AayiclCems
barll by plrcept, and ex lple. IIIDEn-": e c os to e Lcl e ~,1 YI

Spagifyi, ?xteydlinlyl I enqtiful, is tblo perfectly pure anld unnadukerae d.llcl T'e flue ( oP~nplintelnatary.-THE[ P'OPULAR
Sburial of phijbldeep along thpile je~iege. f'iqFlwrofth lilhiSkep inter~ivedfr~lom the0 Gain, \Vines, Importers, Mepssrs. A. MI. BI~NIN
No drk re-gsins or looulyloos mrk *=" I' lesp~ectfully. GERI &~ CO., N'o. 10) BIroad Street, N'ew York,
tht:r pa oessage u to le grave but. loos Ieclkn '-t ?, ;' ';.; 11 int~ ,l1. U. 1~:ll A sslSLr, hae Isircd til f tollowinL .stibsta~tial en rs -
hlolidny attire agg~ Eggtl; 4rJ with br~ighlt, Pgy Sale b~y II. E. e'arR, which appears to be a standard article with the
fr'osh lowers, thle 11.000sle~eper la bortle to r4'lT. ACOIUSTINE, D~ruggists

18l nle rol~ lrt li a ly as to indosiv Sept. 8, 18060. ]y .Lb saRmda gn*
(nedaygrop ges tsw a. Te cildisThle L:ODIT LONDON DOCKC GIN" of Messrs.
in dea d,upgc ilth;l but :i i "s SB6~lr' S 'E. A. MI. IGNIN*rCERB & CO., 11 I~lroil'stret, hlas
past cy dlbI r.*, bu pirglr llg.' em. Yvru f nEeuiaisudoto h een 4 favorite withl the profession for manny
li.e-.51exiclta usmotheru wlho 11as Ilouse Circuit CouLurlc:lrtforthep unicof ~4elpsilld yearsn. I havre frequently pre~scr~ibea it, inlld
Ield lctreaiurt e s ~laid awy inl thed LOampo L iteo ..n Elolu js! rid oL 11IC IyI ywtOeieuvatg~hrnyie-
foniria's G's sadrdc~ (Lld--br eqthesJ 4I .. I ?. 1.. I ,.. I c il-. .' .Il .I .:-.( ,
magabif@4t~~~arwely- rd oIitlc f ta.. .... .-- I- s. I ..n ,-)1~ 7 r- In=.* *** I ** Il-**(nl I .ns -4 0- r.
ti-J0di'ty' geanlce. A~sk bb6r- how' Itirllu dy '
gisldr:u ips< g r h use an .s e w ll r~e ** I .. ... 1. ... h full- and Irlulinatio t inv er.In.[1 thle ourse ofan p~ractice
pwar.: "Fiive; tary !er!e anld three yonlder." low1Irt desYcriBedl 14plL to w~ir:--An~i unldivided[ of tllenl yer1 have h;Ld ocensuion to test muny of
yo, despite deathl andI to! pove, at 14 yet inte~rent of Fre Thousanrld lihre 11lami~rd annd rhlogilas thad market. and aftrl ;L vrd~y oure~ful
tu,au'llruken1 hoVuse:IUbt Tliirr y-threea Auresb beinga the third pullt UiI of i our exannuion of numerICIous anmlplose,: silv d~ehle~d
1)RitKING1 111r atWrs --h o.o a sid lieevelrd reque111 I111Il Ii Stuilnle. luts no0 equal. Really good ginl is indlis enblllhe
lnilf desre bil oliuti l of bil .Milesq on the 18t sing at ..I I ..~ I sentient. int every~l husieh~old, and thle OLD LO \DON
owing ~~u~ sevstocnkerto s dt Johnl .M. Idaysjonl, tl UCJ~acomes eqmphlntgely IudRybtedCFl~ll! *i
r ader: Thle abover salle is po~stpuc~t sutil the 1st la .. IIyt~icle up a falir polvie thisi ol
Set afitchet of waiter in a r.oomn inlabi- Monulday? inl May~. j :' .' .. house alre dIoinB m1uch for tle
1P9i, qidl inl a Fewu hour it will ha:ve: bsrb.o~l 11 The boe salei is postponedt untfil the first( cause of' true temperanuce-
pd fromn th;e u:! !Iearly all thelie spirel M1U"ale blu Ju L i ospnd nllte i COLTOT SALITElre. .D
pLileps hi ag~e atuf1 n'le0 qu t athe Thl or pnter utterly fitlty. This ~lepends on the IA quday ian August, nis highlest anud nloblest use of all wines dr
fact that thle warpr hyis (140 faculty of con. Th0 Abovue salr is pqstpgqod~ untl the first liquors. Its ingredients are the distilled juiges
tieglyandtherpy bsobingalltgg *. *I R ofcarefully selcoted grains, mrde delica~tely
Pases, whichl it does tyitllop inourni~iing itq "l. I. r~ I1 ? .? .' ". l I I -'
pwn ulk Thep~q~p~ (1' waer 1,1e .. I one unil te irst.I .. and given and exquoisite
greue Yits TaaIty ,to cot(iat these gases h. Mond iin~ove alte next. :.. ... l. ...l. ,ily body-and an almost
l tordistary to poraturers,o ph nof water MICLb' J1i e s 8a rlot rUn unti iefr lrrl oo o te islol arlc rner fo de

a-ra pincso anamousa.~ mnondly inlJanlu. aLryn. eye todesirc.
#ii$** ~ ~ ~ ~ il Thashnto tarnefin d s a in eois purlostond until the firsc InI enclusmn, tilawrhteiR Iust mark that
poin~'s organs, makes the following adam-id Thre above sale is custponecd until Clhe first sroutY. Y. merit ti. .....:i'1 the entire
sion: Moudaiv iul larrgyqell: medicalprofegssion, .I lia I: se wold at
SHilaMEuL.-- T conduct of a few g f 3''l 1 -- pstpou 9d until thefi~rst large. forhanrllf introduced astimullantof such
tise l/ouare I~lk Ale an rin we kney to linve~ L1 -.'' \.' ... ' -;.,i. si .. = and unequivocal! power,
beeli ~ ~ ~ ~ dlgaetlfutergnest h a n ..a. -. ..i 1'4tpo!eg qutlil th!e fIrst II exh -Ilarati icu as ise C~~al ai a
\ice and th e use~ o~f: 11 Union. Their II. .1 .I .,, npotponed I util he firm, Jour 417 Id~lidicirll'azelfe *
ulicers are tile responsible partiesr for the modall~ y ji .Junlo nexrt.- Dcentcr 1 180p.
luert til Tgeu di e le rated ~upol ML rfs 'J~o .~osloe ni th fist {4. :01 (L T
their superiorS to swift; an sure- ac~coqutal M~onday in Auguret next .. 3, i8... .,, I II < i., . 1...-..
bility iffaiilsg to make due examiples of 1!..-.., .I s s.,,, .n'i ed until the first i... ..,4 a...I, n ..*...
the g1)t oues.. Thewe imenc. under the unwayr .. 2- a-.....-I ui' ... .'i <...... I[..' Loe... .2,.... '' i :
itscomipetenc of some ofi~ ta othieels lu this i'. Ibe ... .-- . i. a spineq until the first ... .. r.II.. ,It ..luu: Chairs,
respect, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '~ IGnyIl wor treaalfjr t e ,| \ .:. \P..,d until the first h'r 711ir Algy. E. CAltR
gotirmyd ca ofr wheic it is ini armis.` M~onda in Novemi~cr nexlt. .
OMIN~oub.-A ,\i:asn~uuitati~ilo. ou"orreg- g'!'h a ove a~l8 nost UIoned ugtjl the fIrlst CRIEABI CURIOSIT-Y .
pondent of the tichnond Enpuirer .says: Tile have sale is ispostiioneQ until the tirst V ~u E rs abe of ethiegonsie in titA knd
AQ sailor rop son* uiLha hite, arn sI tempa- 1L3blr aU; ry aotpoiled until tas pingl d f wicuruh rwntaents everyher

;l.l ,ir pleatlbite nodiag uo~f qu1, ,Idi *., a is post~poned tintilthe thls 111~ &8 i L BidfodMn.
1killedhns LdoIII ~nlhoUf theman8~ Mlodyda-yan~re$.*
ho removed ~the Sothr LdayU andte This above sale: is postporged until thle tirst
as wo-atemtedto ais th Unted heabUY noA! is outloned 1Fntil {e fi~rpt

Sits oooqiun al; Le toth d rend'oveo Ta bue le is yestpon d. until thle first Oey0llyOf h Uil
hd Cons~utituter ac olls, and, mayg wie 31olilly in Jun. Stt ,
holt hope, an iastructin'g coincidence. Thde Aboy ajle is postponot until tge first ( O engagain thle sale of . .. I i. l-c.,r and
Jloa in l.y`. Iu.B DAVS .awa eleglntlli lunstruaue wurlse pullushled.
airP Our next c > iflookradt.- Savannah llews. March ;* --I .. ony chsracttr, adaptedlo thewag~s of ighe Farmer,
i Yes; but fit rsis raise ther nextyton crop. Alca <:. : uL~ and Melrchantl they are publiseed in
*-N L el World. KING'S MOUDNTAIN- EfrllITARlY tLh best a elde an i... i ;... I- . .. I :... L.~ . i
ar aredystre.Never wip SOHOOL, g eery HlouseholdLin the2 Land.
there a be~ttr stand Ithan at present through." ILyg To nuen of enterprise and indu~strious
Iunttime ofgth Iun er~yfes weeks nows thilfL~LE, s C. habus, 1is buainess oilrs an opportunity for

3L pod sy, ii us 11 l~in froq 11sm wir Tis Institution is mod~elel .II.? ,- .' 1 un . ill. ,
ter's na 1, and bend his white's.yibrows on ..g, ,,al.,a.I..,..3,. 1 s 22
thel men of Europe; and at his nod; they .~;... a Classied lCoalth is Il3434. 10o L~LY, GET'Z & Co., Publishere,
sharll tremble?.-(;'/arlslqn dakrcury JUI itull nfortio ;'iSpl t N.24NrhScu tetPiaqpi.

ai@" Lincoluisml declar~es war against~ CilPT. b- CO AE- Pri:~ncipals
the letter and spirit of the Constitution. Depumbler. 1 Ibiio. 6 s. ,
Lincoloism suspends the hu~can coripu. q s uc let
Lincoln violates tile ficedom of collumaicre ~ FRUIT& RY' FL OL/R, BUcKWHEr A "
correspondence and thle P'res--anld yeesone O"OICE bounh R~aisic. .I....; i`....l ALO(t~, EXTR`'A PAMLY lZ
' good llsones people Northwalrd throw up bates, nesor led P~el I L ..~~~~lil ~ ... LIOUR IN SACbrs
theirsurvile cups and cry "llong live Lia- drnred ~gn) ,n rliluondsqnI' uil:ul1 )t t. lgiJ YIUJ Cory Nuts. or Sale at E. CAltR'8.
l irp 20~; 18tI~il IIE AR S 2-1800



ti /LA DY'S NE W S-

scn? e"2 numbers Sent,~ post-paid,~i on the re
J. II. 1,PHYA31 &.co.,
I112Suoth Third Stret, t

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. l1x monnass afte date L Ihnll present ry ~Ac-
I counts and Vouehlolrs as Admlrinistmtrari of
the Esl rte of CelElSTING LEONARDY late
i 11.. T... .rl' I my ~ J, s .. c 7 .r.-i
i",ts: ,

;'John a COulnty, and ask

M~~, reh186 dnnatrator.

"-.bi61il1 late the Undersigned will
13Irr-s L. r E.r .,uut .)f l hALL et 1E.i tli.;s

time so dpae Gounty Id icasged,...1.rr.:.n
One~ ~ ~~ t an la sk hs l r.OVA,
~anuarylj81 Eceutor.

CIX months afe dat s- sshalepruesen md
Estate of John Drysdlale late of St. Johns coun-
tg lieceased to thle Judge of P'robate of St.
discs s country and at thle sixme time ask to be
Ests lrgetl front the adrqinistrriuion of said
JOIIN BEARD, Execular.
March 8, last .

A LGL persons hnvinrr claims against the Es.
11 tate of Lois 11. Dyysdnle late of St. Johns
c unly scened e voinj ed iprespesctibhem I
By law, or this notice will be plead in bar of
their recovery.
And all persons indebted to the $stite are
requested to mlake immediate payment. '
May %5, 1801. Sw t

tIX months after date Ihall aply to the
S Judge of Probato of St. Johns Coaty Flori-
da1 for a dlicharge frain Admninistrator of Es-
late ofMOSESE LEVY late of said County
deceased.D. L. YULEE.
c*Administrator* 1
Nov. 3 80 6m-
11,000 Subscribers in a single e


The esspoaper 107 the Times ?

JFon OR 8 1


Bdisne Coue,?"mner
Lill for Pivorce*

TT.1py i 8iIton winde sa 1 anyiiy tso nppar

FA ..l~ L -- - i.. I II .: d .1-r-inta~ r ..i,

,,,,, I l .r ..l. ...i~ Il?.i <*.i l.ri .
of this order, he pulblisheod for Tw6 o noths a
somefewspaper, pu ,ished ni~in this Circuit.

Cobr sun C. Mlc.ll~~~l o f tol e Chcu
ti a Ihn 9tolregjot is tus and correct

dany of Fish tj Mc LLNClr
Per J. W. Woods, Deputy.
St. Augustine, Marnlch 1, 1801. 2m
Tax3~ Collector's Sale.
Y V irtue of thle Powrcl in mateheted by Lla,
SI have levied spol. and shall offer for Sarle
on Mlomday hie 3rdl day of June next iII font o
`eaen Ih ulrlourb of Bn et oLot i"

year 18150, said Lot is sounded on the East, by
thle Bayg, South by Lot of T. O. Hlolmes, and

Upllc$l aeTres sa d &Epenses thereon are
paidl before thre daiy of Snle.
A. Dl. R(OQBRlO, Shif. & Ez. Oi,
Tax Assessor andl Collector of St. John's
County. March 2 18C1
The above sale is postponed until the irrt
Allon41y in July

rT'IS Steamnerwnill infuature leave J.: .es-

Sr'tlLA 'l A; and ion ermelie Idid ndg 31.,
on WEDNE~SDAY1S, arriving in Jac4ksonville
sanieday, inl tinito to connct wilth the Cars,
g.,ing Wesat.
Leavle .JacksPovileII on ThursIday~s, at 7 A. M\.,
t.....I.~ m diate andin




Resurning-Leave SIlellonvills at 5 o'clock A. NrOTwlrTIEsTAnDING the great money crisis
31. oil SAT(Jll-AYS, aud~yinlg at Jac~ksourille throughout the country, Tus WVEEKLYDAY-BOOK
by 4 P'. 3l., on Sunidays has received over' eleven thousand subscribers
ggy BRIG 11IT or PAdSSEGER'lS lan'ed at during the reonth of January, 18Q1, an increase
any point on! the -ltiver. l'ssengelra by thlis over the corresponding Inouthl of Arst yecr,-..
liniaxlecalr~e 1 i -coly U rugh, withroqt re- Thoep (bliinjndis e dently dis usingthogree
T. HItITRIDGE kA ele. thi e 0 ascut Ir re u~diating the delu io s
Nov. 3. 1800. ly. Tnu.Dat-Boose, thre onlyl paper in the Northe th~t
Fhllengese the fundamental errors of the Respub.
yN CIRlfl(CT COURtt, EAnsTEN~ CIRcUIT OF lican party, is~bcaoming the great warit of thy
FLORI7DA ST. JOJJN'S COUNTY. Tte DIY-BOOK. holds that this is a govern-
In Chancer'y. ment of WHiTEl. MEN, and that inf~i7iority -of so-
Elozaeth Nwman oial and political position for the negro race,
John H hewman.* Bill for Dioc. u eriorse fortTiterAn wo wntu t
lL~~~L.' ofmplintci 1f ]h -,,karTea, anrundeerstand thle negro questice,
11 .. i. .1\q 7 s~ho Iea it thDemocrats, Constitutioalcapn
.= =1.- n Mtio ofAMiONG THE PEOPLE, oxr Iepublican pr~inci-
1- .r nplainant(, Rt is pleswjllnetveybeputdown;
iaid 1 r. .: ,.ill r Iis.. THE WE)KL1(DAIY-SQUR forf8G ihaa been
ands f J -u,. H..,... .,.1". greatly improvehad ir everai nerir features ad-
iVonth, as .lI ..Iy LIIr-r.=.Ja '1i cEdmaking ita UZ~sPN $ F~ ll IL RD
ndp~tllqlea an ..I 10 --1 1~r. . ne, and at a cheaper rate than any other paper

.. .-1' FLYE COPIES do 6 100
.I,.~..0, , 1. .N0*1i r??' I2~I'~-~ 'VGPE~ d 000

N /LIBERAL OFFER S.-.-ev ryoeve ler-
IDav~id E. Dunhaml Clerk of Saidd ircuit ..., *.. .n. 4.- oowilsata
Court do thereby Certify that theo foregoing: isa batapsopea l d qcola fr
r1ue (Jop~y f an Orsder to this Case made this 4- .' .' I ... rthlat t~aihe pape ; GbR~j
,,,, ,, ,,,trodueed at every post-otLce, feeling confident
,,,, ,,, z, re:, i sa..a. 1. ri..l il'. rt...u.[.e.

La~ ~ 1 t ivb944 .I.. < .-' '. Leeulra. 11? ..1. ji~lr.,

gY Virtue of the lypvr in nie vested by Law ivhere achib is abendy formped~ aditionslsanal.
4~iI hive levied upon and halJa offer for Sale ways bemade~i to it astone dollar weac radmiber,
nu Monday thle 2nd day of Septeinher next,in 160th~ey one or many. Specimen copies sent
ruont o tl Courst Huse in t~hoe Cit.v S. Au- f' e e .12

A. I.Vlouser and,.- Lat i corg ,te LasseT oso eg~irationof the time of advance paymenlt.--
D. Loaythor 2 ... ts.\ ,.1 ,. Soqth by Specimen copies sonFaREg. Subipriptioons can
T*I*1- *J*:,*a a b Marjaommeqcea aqny t ~e
t: I:~ ~.. 'I. ." ~' b ~r ihen dragf s can be obtaspe they are safer
i~L..I, i. Aa.: 1. -ear 1800, and 1861, '"U"" -....c L.':., Butwhen monel is remit,-
*1 I;,... I,.. sa.- paiid befqre thle day i" t r trh'.''" n~-lOt 8 rs -ae ,a2
S Gx ff 6 r i. th'ey can certify, in case, they are }op, tlust the
TRax Asalessor and Collector of St. Jolut's. money was cereqinly encloded and sent, it is at
Cognlty. March 2 1801,. ''** L
JUST~~ REll L.,b 1.l~ I j i :j nd TEACHEII will hereaf e

PAJ3LDIN~C' pi.*i*.rrl J Ol, fr sa4mediate JJ I Ar perY eodlr te1 addubredate allows,
Suse, (1 I- ulru:l. ga rt. .... v: giving pe st-onfice, county and state in fu11:-
Lemot, V..~i I I u*. h.e: iri.. .~...vt. r VdaNYVRIE, 110t10N & CO..
ry Nro ,~, iPL. I: rI~l Marc 2 1861HIi2 NasJDaq Street New %ork.
ders, *. .. 11a.ser, psoml Silts, Castor Oil'~ .
Seyt ui. m onL Ma ,I Clees ad ,UST REECEIVER

GUpAVA J.ELLY. e BIE and S eet AOT1TOB Cneioare
1IN Doxes. Olives, Capers, P'ickles? 31ugtard, 1,nglish Mlustard, fine Tble bait, Qapres, lick-
I Rid Pepper, Fi~ench Chocola~te, 51azonau les, 8ardines, Anehovies, R~ose Wlater, Golarize.
srrat Jellyhl'resers esi e ret B yiy sealed 1HaisinsC a~nts. Litron, Macaroni, Vermlicel-
Nov. 17. *B. E. CA RR Aprisl 011. B. E. CARR.

. .

FURNImTURE I F AWglygg- y g~~`

usls8 TR)'IOF,
(Borule H. r Dam mL,)
No* $7BOWERYINew Yolrk,
Ph~is astrblishinent is six storiOS inheight, and
xe nd 124 fe lrughlto No. dj Ghristie street;.


Thyar 1 e ared o f great induclements;
Their Stock consists, Inr partl, of
andlt WalmaI t

.Fearl) Ln~d .nld DEfendS L P~

B feet wide, e pecially for the Southern Thrad.
T ac ~ ihiiiar. 1nfousi l b ef; coma-

flo GoodaRetailed on Time.
Alarch l0-18ti0~ gaoi

nm naiw prpard io i an rs/ mynold tu esa
usualt splendid assortment of fall and winter dry
goods at very low prices for~ cash or cit~y ac-
ceptanceds atdsixty andO dnery day wrdi a~t
friends alccom anied with the cash will be
Jiioruptly atten ed to with great ese and atteu
tron to give entire sakalhction to the purchaser
Mly country friends may rely upon it if they
send me orders for dry goodrl flit they wBl be
put up with great care anld attention to give on
.ire satisfaction to the purchaser.. All amounts.

Yo a e hr ,it a fi o m ag ac
ortment of gods,

eos Etn~ ot ecth brad Ct,a doe sn aP
Tweed Cloth, Yancy Cassimners, Ladies e~tt/
letinentalo I olore, Figured andplain De lnes,
toe j 'iliav 1kks Ne 0 o Lpereu
uarrh Prints, Latties and misses liose, Genr-
Merino Hader Shirts, Faupy Cloaks, hournin
Delains, Qeets hierino half Hoeie FYrec n
Engish Cabries, led~and ~hite ~lannels,

Mexrican mustang ILiniment.
Intrinsis virtue alone could insure the succo a
which thisarticle has attained. For Rheuml
isml, Salt Rhenm, Burns, Bruises, starl Joints,
,r Gald, Sprain, Plole Evil, and Swellings upon
Horges, ir hasl ito equal. N~o person will. be
without itwho has once, tested its alue. "IAnd
with refernce to~the general estimation of Ike
I1ustRug faiilenet, I can cheerfully say that, no
article ever performed so many cures in ou~r
neighlborhoodas this. L. WI. XiiTI idgE
*e 4 Cosn." S. LElson, Esq., 1/}dear/(,Yr,
e~,( ise setta apvo, but sic dfre rs
fl te Miurtang Linintent i gl1 8; .i fur
here." Sych testimo~qy is reachingr us every
day. The half is not told. every family
should have it. Beware or 6imitatwast The
1 inersthr~ou h ut Iselo wrl yalrspcal
BARNE~T S Er PAR~, Proprietors, Newv-Yolkb


DOstroys Instantyg

"EA4Ts canIOV oys a#Lrm HaLSs To any.'g

'Coatar's" Ra~t,Rooell &o.Extqqrmnln

'Contar'au Bed-bug.IIiterm na~tor.

COBE "r' Eleatt'io Powder, for Ink

394 ; 89gsjAnts-M1~bots--Moquioes-FPlens
-Tnsoerts on Plarts, Powls, animals, &c., &0.-
wot eeyfr n species

.0Years established in New York City-uaged
>y the tipp City Post-Offie-tqsh City Prisons
utdStation Alowle---theCity Steamers, Shrips,~
ae.-rthe Qity Hotels, "~Astor,"' "St. Nicl~holas
ho.-ingd by rpore than.29;000 private fami-
~pDruggists and XRetailers ewndrhera selt
TT P40ksal~gognts 14l n11the large Cities.
I!" 1!D na BEWAR Of~blia ~ initatiegg
[L st. Ess.peI~i s'essensky Mail. *
tlaP A~ I l w.lth i- or ** L annipr~ Le Deu-
SENRY, ILpG$TARl, Piturgraz. Pallr,
512 Baoxiewx, (OpposilL st.Nicholanatleld .

Y SLD 83 EI.GYt~
i~- a -- Sart~

." I LE '111 b as resUhas.


_r ___

; _

_I ~ ~_I~




cHOICE CLAEET31, C'ider, A~e, 'oi~ter, Le-
anonl SyrpL linsspherry Vinlega, Ginger
Wine, Chelrry Brandly.
Apri 201(il.B. E. CARR

Sl ile s, or < ava s Wtl ros, Corn di l
Frying Pans, Smloothr Irons, Gridiroll &0.
April 201861. B. E. CARL.

April 20 1861. B. E. CARI-

Bt II ftiidH, a. EI As

6. N. aPAPY Proprietor.
IIHE Sub. i~r > as 1 1 e pleasure r ann ,unlce
< one inrpro er he its ejalatedu o{ ueder ir
who havre heretofore favored it wiih tiieir Pal-
renager as well as peculindl~y attractive t0 IleW-
During the Summerr months alterations arid
adiditions hrave been made mutlerially meoloresing
Il nleticy land coanrclionse ofs tri tensel -
r~e-furn~ishedl all the rooms throroughly and com-
selected by II I il
without regar~d to expense mid writh a view to
r'endler tho "f'LORIDA) 1 HOUSE?" without a
Ti'.Tett FLBDI tIIUSis liroft admnlnplols-
ly situated en~joying a Ccental1 location in tle
C~ity, and at Lith santLO time conunanndilg. all
desirablel retirement, as well as exemption from
bleakl 8nd in aitl~r e e tauiiJl ra lg
surrounded. withl verblndahs four in numbel~r.
each one hundreds re t icscn n : u prt tr

ba ftie apcious grotulds and garlden~s the var-
inus roses, shlrubb~ery anld fr.uits of this cll~imte
are found growing in perliectiol.
alThe TabLec is un a lpassel an furnished with
11.- . il l I ==be fou ld
po ie, cii lu ;nlalte rive toll itls adenr
exclusively anl d unr~lellit~iinly') to enhaclleC the
comlfort uld ecurlle'll esuri~ikraicn ortril; pu a

TtTTARRANi'U i~iU hie Extra1 for Ihe ily use
\Vselecrer vor ran ;.iyV ru;siry I;.iailg so
only9 5 bl1s. R~emarininlg D .Cl.

Sr. LAvoulsin, Enst FfOnRDA, Frb. "" )SG1.
Patents forekntries ma1:de dbeteen the Sixth

rrecived atal tis ofilee, and thre purchla ers are

tlvation," usd eovoIeie/ croesciv pnte ts
because if sarid proof is not fledi wilhin rr limited
imned te pietntJ viil b elbusizedbto the Geneal
celledfor non-perfor~mancec of the conditions of
settlement anid cultivartion contemplnatedby the
gralduation s act ofAugust 4, 1854.

Moc use 1 Slj. 6w

plGS 1)ates Gumprops PlRock CandAc&





na.Agenl for Carlso a aily Line or

PriVipre Bordline -


Announce that, having made.great improve-
ments in thle manufacture of Kerosene, theyj are
now enabled to offer it to the Traded a

The attention nED cC1ELmePR Cs rspaectully
called to the subjoinedl table, the re~sult of a
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Es ., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,


Kerosene. Kerosene. 1369

Capee Capee. 56
Whal Oi. Slr.143
Lard Oil Soar .6

Bon agJi geWc. 53

2.435 $ 0 5 0
1.299 63 4 85
833 1 00 12 00
706 1 25 17 70

Reliable ordlers from Ihe Trade, by MIail or
Telegraph,r flerl on a lientil to

Kerosene Is also to be obtained at the laTu-
ufacturers' I'riceu, Of all the New York Whole-
sale Drulggists, Uirocers, Camlpbene and Un1rn-
ing Fluid Malnlufacturecrs and Dealers iP "Lamps.
N. B.-KlEROSE~NE is the trade-
nLu1rk of the Kerosene Oil Co., and a~ll
persons arte cautioned~ ularin~s t uing the
said2 tra(de-nutric~ J(or other. ois.
Oct. 15. Sm

Blats & Caps.

Bi ro~e loose currying away't -,,
body must hlave a new IlInt it re
can ufdv it 1n choose knowingly such a variety. Eviery thing
from a slove-pile dwn oa. chee e,n tihn Io
Brime ait all, Beaiver C~asimer Plush alnd velvet
Mlorphy Pikes Peakl Bonner Sembrero, Jaunty
Plug U ly Swejn Head Veontila ored Reegulator

al~om Noah's lay down to tohi nofaltil mrarnho
Nov. 12. T. NSleSUN


i .. i ,, leading Praud of thean dr
I ~ .I'...I examuinefor youraelves


and hepuli gelrq nly mhtie isaleys
prepared to texeute any orders, in hris
line, which they may favor hlim with. Hie has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
Fhe mostlfsnhiolbna nGos vuc1 has lepkeld
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vesting~s, Neck
All orders executed in the belst~atle of work-
manlship, for chah olly.
800.u~, ~, ...all ., t.
'?\' n/vglin Tbis iracti he vli} ti 1

soJ 1dpe to til c iivationros n uDron ,ra"
in Ihe southern country. Also 80 acres of Lnnd
situated about 17 m.les south of St. Augustine,
a plooe called Fish's: For further particulars
apylt Fgsieu 4 8P. FERREIRA.


Fo tle p eletn I ar~ c e o eer and
ml vnas Br uhtl tre kn drdgeoudte rtal
ec~porao iby afeindH Rli ad~ee s-aagreat
While goilg downethle river Euphrates, he ex-
perienced a severs attack of Fever and Agne.-
On discovering his condition, one of the Bloat-
eje toi 3 d os pr viiaAn du us ayng

and experienced immediate relief, and hIas since
always found it an effectual protection from all.
malarious comrplaints
Onfurther investigation he found that the
bort ataribulted to itmira uous powen- al
Priests of the Sun. Sometime afterwards, the
gentlemanun conversing with a Priest obtninled
cetiod tT ret me ici al hr wra onodu"
vrte of bh artcl 6v in e ha ui be
lous healing powers of their Priests.
Sinlce his ~rtur~n to America, it has been tried

Getltile of iglas caas~r w Ine gi
having been a'specific in Persia for hiundreds or
adrfo h prvnto van cieu of a pe

It will be sent by mail, prepaid, with full
directing afor use, onree pt of one dol ar..1un

retB igemod ea oranhk dtic ank of Lolui-
July 14 1860. g.

For sale in St. Augujiise by
April 14--1860. >


P ~~~tas ofthe 'Daily and Weekly
y io~our city from this dalte, and sue
in the increased interest manifeated amlong
business men for the establishment of
Daily pper in this city, thant we fiud it

MONTH, SEPTEMBERL. It mill always
sealously, but respectfully, co-operate with
the Demfocracy of Floridu in maintaining
the principles of thle party within its limits.
All Stateintorests and whatever wvil add
thn thle prosperity of our young and grwning
State will receive due aIttention.
SThe interbats of our beautifull and gror-
ingi eity will be looked after witht constant
ole~ itee distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER~ will alwpays contain the very
latest news of the day, reports of markets
and carefully selected matter of value and
puity for the family circle. Particular
atn ion win e given n toedntusdand things


l oitainters throughout thle United States
acting as our Agents, will receive a com-
mision of 20 per cent on all money trans-
mitted to s.
Pensanol, Aug. 2d; 1860.

J~Ti 3IE u r halbe steriur Rop the ef

file COBOcadrated cHT! i
I ownrArx Ann roWERFl, BIGIEDY ro FO*R WA
Iis prepared by
In IY IxxxxT rare81l*(oJAr Ta~s maT,
And has long been known here as
That would surely and pelrmanently restore to
a.Waturat~State d~lealthland Yigor, persons
weakened-by excess, or by
,'hispreparation is nota STIMULE~NT, but

The astiated are invited to try it.
ksen tor oiredular first, readiitefreflly, and
Canbe sent by mail. Onevialwilllatsta month.
K. O;RUGERI, Acder,
No.7142 Broadw~ay, N., Y
for Sale 3y 11rug~ged2 Eer~ywhe~re
---:o;- -
A ~lunbo I d eal Tret on diortie and

For Bale asmbove. Price 12 Cents.
Should be read by everybody. 1
,8eptember l, 1~860. ly-

'Te Chat'leSlOR Hel'cry.
gives the latestand most reliable political,coe
elercial and general news from all parts of the
world. Its epecial correspondents furnish by
Mailand Telegraph, ful landearly accounta of
everything of intaeret -thnt.transpires in the
great oities ofBurope and America.
TieleWs Of the 011tly receives

special ttention- ,
Politically, the MERuOUn represents tle states
Rightis resistance element, and advocates the
unioil of the southern States in maintaining

te])il le ury, year inadvanece $10,00
Tr-Weekly 5,00
Nepaper sentuales~ the cash accomp2anies the

Rev. ~ R 080 OHalso .C.




T.I. Cham~nibr,'pliano MIno-

(Formerly euoi l Soamq rsnd Dubois'

WaLrerooma in the "Bible House,"
Most SIth Street do 4th Avenne,

by lete fa tah ll eeo ut t, rid pesjeat adter
A. Bl.4end for a circular, with description o
styJle s nd scedlrlle efprices.
March3 1--1800. S m.


the outl Crlna olltdr ac t
graduates. A Clirssical course is adexpal are
1tyll information pplyr to

December Principals 6



For ale at E.CIR S
,Sept 22--1880.CAR.

"'i\ls B:At Iv ruRGIP


RIUsi~l andswet POTATOI!S, cnonfclitnary,

Engli he slo ~~ieL I.r fI, e sr~o a l~
t 8, Sardines, Auchlovies, Rose WatePr, Galaine,
IRaisins. Currantsa. Citron. Macaroni, Vermicel-
In, Salgo, &c.
April 20 1-86]. D. E. Alill.

HOICE bulnch'l1 1 s; Citron, Curnrnt,
Dateks, asorted P~resc. r.l Iso....,-
dlried Apple, Almonds, Pe . .. ... Is. .1 \.al,
P'en Nuts,0 I~nlish Walnuts, Hick~lory Nults,
Apri211 B.E. CAR1R.


B~e~rr~ a .ayo

(Formly II. P .DEGAAFn,)
No. SYBOWERY. New Yorki.

T l:. a ii:.- r....;.I i as ~ -s .v; a,..r ne
munllng at one of use
in thle United Stateos.
Theyg are prepared toa o~or greal inlducements;
to thle Whlolesale Tlrade, tor Cashl or Tiuo.e.
Their Stock consists, in part, dt"
and walnut

Also, Cawze and \Y~oon EAT Work, all quali
larto Htoui ssane ~ e

Joenny Lind and Extension P'oat

5 ee wi 1 e pcally for te Southern Trado
p., 11I n, I rrii; aUAnRATEED AS RE

NO Gioodsa Retailed on Time.
March lo-13co Sm.

~e~ OORs,

am nowr prepared to ol~er to my uld friends
of LhiJ Anvelent cily andr St. Johnu Coulnty a
niest spLendid Rasol.tulont of' fll and wintrcrdry
good ati ver~y-lowv prifoes for calsh or city ac-
ocptanoes at sixty and1 Irinety I. ..1 I
a rovedsda stri.
prompt'ly attendedi to withl grealt care and atten
rion to give entiire satifa~eriou to Ilhe purchaser
Miy couuntlry fiends aniy rely llupo it if they
scrdl me orders for dryJ goods tat th;1 ey will be
pult upI wYith greatL care and attention to give en
' "M"""h~son~ I muIule uo r Iwcbaty mIulz
w-ill be allowed at live jlr ecnt. oil, for cashi.--
You hrave hLeyr a list of aI few of mly large asY
rortinent of -ueds.

con i qFn of Ir:lLbo ri Clli, uDs skn ,

grey ilanktcs, Ilegru blalnketi 1.uglish Jler.s
nloes, 31uknhlaw thl.nhleta, No ro berhey, Mler:

'rielainsrd~ bi~, beat :uccin h lothos, French su~
Ueliiih~ ceian Iiill, he lio e Inu \\ a th un is


lioei ca a 2 i

    threes, ~ Zc islas e ua. ol Lai wllin tI
    w ithout it wilse huib onee ten~d noJ \ lue. .Lud~

    a!rticle vr L\O pritul..e to manyiilleur: use lrr
    nil LL, Con."; b. LrEngenI Esq.,~ lifde parlk fr.,

    .51so. lfonri ~ii~lolet is doingv not.derl. up
    Irre. Sc iconesiins., is l,-,il~ us ere,~
    dllgt. l'le h;it' is 1100 1031l. lirery fhllit y
    Jlu Ine i t. g w~lo t init .cts,lJ''

    lillNE od unI'ft. o ictors, hwro;ru~

    "CO RTAR 8"X'

    Destr 8r Instantl

    "'Nor DIxpEROgUa TlO THEI UMAllN F*urrhIY.
    "n^TH coMrE oUT~ OF THEfil HOLES TO blE. .

    "Costar's" Rat, Roach, &e, xtermina-

    i'COstarf8 Bed-bug ExtermiDator,

    'C arrs Electrio Powders for In-
    seats, &o.
    Xsat-Roaches-Mlice-Moles-Greond Micr--
    Be~d' Bugs-Ant -ltaMoth-oquilooes-Flear
    --Insercta on Pli t, owns, Anilnim e., 8e.-

    10Years established in NewR York City.-usl 4
    |by the the~ City Post-O~iceithe Chty Prisona
    and Station House-thle City Steamers, Shil as
    &c.--the Cityllotels, L'Astor," "St. Eicholas,'.
    &~c.--and by more th n 20,000 private fmio-

    I Druggists and R~etailers everwheret sill

    .i;(`r~ L'Ir
    a won1~3~ EIICleTO
    xem Imc


    ..' |, ,I I ''1 1

    m .. . * .
    ii ,

    L.\TP~U um nocIR'So n

    c lz e nl'B IL

    L-~~1 1.:i
    ian MlawsI tiLotin.E.


    In NO na N RPdr 7
    111 Yl san sun Y
    cnlr. ~ ~ ~ Erl'n

    nll~~~~l, ~ l llC G LL
    asL oLC dm amk ~

    .R I1.;Z C w it n t 1t 7 e

    BII E. CARR 1H~i l
    nCP 14-1 .OIIS

    h4l II.A R\.e. ~; Is

    IlSl t SR1 hT1F O K!lly Il

    BOhill CAOhI: 'lRill
    fortenIon is. It AII
    *IIZ O IrlijL
    ise Ilnaird anltl )erhl rnd LKo

    ORSO Of 'Lalds n~l slooV pepsia, e

    Jaundmue, Gen. I1Rsieral.

    Depresse. Spirits,
    Ap~ss of Appetite,

    SBack. It isspeesal-

    ly adapteda to Fe* la

    gertduc~es Rotnd al i

    cficiOneOII in tiO" on81

    IRRoS Of eolga Tin and

    forEveryth invld

    Shoidd dletryone

    ar ao)wrlSS & CO

    Lvr Diease

    / ~~~ODg Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities

    J^ I ll


    $E 1.01oB pl Bies een > Mllimiato
    JIli Address ordrs--or ror Circular to pea-

    terlRY R, 008fAR, Pazzarra. nr nlor,
    C112 BnoaunwA, (Oppotite St. Nicholoasioel;)

    starch 2-1881. 9.
    MAPLE~ SUGAN.--Just reastlived.
    Augus 18. B. E CAIRR

    TOYS! 1YB! !
    A large vrsiety of Toys for the Holidays
    N'or* 12 T NELSON

    OO Bngs for Romuiny. Cowr Peas for table
    Novr. 17. B ALI

    SPAULDI oS preure 4EGluE efr immediate
    us8, Choicoe extractsa for flavoringr, viz:
    rlemron, VanillalVrrgfe, Rsp rry, Ekrwber
    ry nun fio agt sm Iatr, sro~n ,d2 lulo it u
    Senna, G~umarbic, Maoeo, Cloves, C~assin.
    Sept. 15. B. E. CIRR

    VEGETA~BLES Peas, Corn, ke. &.
    B. E. CARR,
    Pspt. 22--1000g

    ---;I:- -
    c Afew boarders can be nacom-
    .1-1 modated with the necessary
    Bi i Koosfuel,' Lihsnmdsae-
    thi~e ~ htibacsoailbyEalngo
    t bbci er, Corner of Treasu y Lnn?

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