Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: June 29, 1861
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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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EQUALITY IN THE UNION AND NOTHING LESS.


lOL. III. ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. JOHN'S COUNTY, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. JUNE 9, 1861 NO, 42.

S at t t n i P t O ce notice. 1M E L A T H E, to eli'g-troenbling to her head, sweeping i nImmediately after their parting that his nature that it was never ueant tr him
back and touching the fltorwhere she sat, night, he had left for Columbia, being to readand he never again strove to un.,
1pOM and ntr Ow lat. Iny of J anenxt R, told tihe tale that she ws a bride. Those called there suddenly on business. They clasp the. lid which fate hado leased to him.
-UBLISMD ],oVELiY SATURD oters lc r 5d0t 0 ra0is Ioz
UBLIgSHE IEVERY SATURDAY eig i ,ll.ires,,.er500 lies l0s, addition. THE BROKEN HEART. tears-oh, why were they shed? One were to have been married in two months; If we can form an idea of it at all, we
AT. f lweight w tttrdn ptlao s BY KATE ANTINE, hour wedded, and so soon? Could we at the expiration ofsevenweeks hereturned may feel something of the heaviness of
- t. Augllstine, St. JOlil HS ., it'l., e papei wUght 1 ,i tl oqxcaeed 3 oz. o actual. and have heard her words as sihe bade her brides home, and on visiting the cottage at two welded hearts which never beat to-
Soi ed, r tse 1'etsP pry or ip.Send CITE rI maids be dismissed for a faw minutes on G- wqs surprised by fiading.it closed gether. Theirs wore such; and they walk.
ATT HI AS R ANDREU Such beinl the in itr.tion, of the Positlaster Had we never met, nor parted: the pretence of wishing to arrange her and all silent as tha grave, but for the 'ad their different paths with none to echo
T H... .. .. .. .. ..... a. We had ne'er been broken hearted. dress, we might hare guesiad that allwas notes of the warbling birds apd the sighing the feelings at play within their bree,
..s. If. .I wat '.i..i thi n the'n ,.
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r'lorE oF SruSlC.nriptlON: note, then sunk to sleep. The stars. gath- Who' ias the b ridgroo a ? Whero was horse, and what was the chagrin, his ArthurStanley married, but it was not
TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM eTed above, and their "myriad eyes" kept Arthur? Ah, cease, spe.k not t!.a,. name astonishauent and mortification to hear from for love, and soon he left his yoog bride,
p AD-VANCE. r: ", watch over the quiet earth; and the white again, lest it fall upon her ear, who sils so the little child who met him : a sorrowing, heart-broket widow. A few
ADVANOS cottage, the "vale of flowers" was shrouded thoughtful by yonder window, th o 1t1I "Miss Hamilton, sir, and her mother are months, and his earthly career closed, and
A B se wilt eiserted ontlie d in dim and silent beauty. Arthur which twilight is already stealing over he: gone away. She is married." we trust he found in that land where right
on lloi a pirates f t elveW in W. d OnilukIE ,Y Stanley pressed to his bosom a pale and sad heart That name must forever sleep "Is she married ? You must be tmis is, that Uhlen had never been false, that
lidser'fortie'fstiinaertion'' uad Sveuty-Five beautiful girl; the gentle Melanthe, with ill sihit0cs, antd tha lip mu it n.ver uttr it taken, are you not?" her heart was not at fault.
.early aor sea s seuenl t ni! ed ,to thte O.W. large blue eyes, full of novelty and love, though the bosoa muiy alwivys keep it eo- "No, air, but we don't know who a he
I. d.r tart or. All contracts Shan be in full of tihe soueal that dwelt in that frail ten- shrined. A'h! must; for ra.n.embra.nce married- some rich man, though, I be. oICAPTiR Iv.
.te ia, . .toe, Tl eAnterprising proprietor of ement-the soeatul 'forever wandering in will not'dio. Arthur, p)r Arthur? She lieve. I loved to se her pass here walk- It isno little thing, in this world of care.
r .... L ;I CHESUT GROVE WHISKEY. some far off dream land, forever o mcurmaur- his married thei rich Dr. Barton. The ing. Did you know ivher, sir?" Toingthe dirgeof the young and tlte fair.
1, ci.r- ., ."'.* n sm ewild ly. fashiouable world will no,v buy to lier, and "Oh, yes," sild Arthur, and with a A few months more-time ha passed
S(Thelurest Mediaitcal Agent eove knen,) in'aasomewild melody.
A tlvertad'i..utlos non strred ,t' L t h.... tc "t- has f trniheti tet t eommtnity a Stimulant I a, Like the lily, she dropped l upon her she will have a thoutan t worshippers who heart full of misery lie left. heavily. Who would hear hours recount.
nper tf inseia required, wivill bie onti.aedl licalilifnl l ligoruii, Alththe satte tlinte lover'st arms, so io-Ist, so gnt. AS the must acknowldg her gentle, unassuming In the city h had many friends, among ed which brought only deeper and darker
i ida ha ed away it vile drgg tt is faint, early oonbeus stole through the worth as well as the lands and gold, which whom was Dr.'Burton's cousin, lion W. gloom? Melanthe pale and gentle still a
e fame dndats flor (iee, it a fd- '"i,,ln the c Imunity, anlI.1l i .., . ,, ttiice world, and chequerrtd her dress of are all now hers. S.ae has wealth, sha will T. Burton. Through him he had, on this an angel, holds in her arms .her little in-
IA. oCt it-ary n .o.iscwhn I hey ..ced six hyon ld, add. ... snowy wltite, and covered it with, shadows have iniluenee, the ad ,ration of a thousand evening of the fete, been made acquainted fant, Jamles. Bside her couth the father
en length will be charged for at advertise- STATE AGRICULTU ... I ,., friom the leaves and flowers, she looked like hearts; but-she would give it all for one with the doctor. He had heard of him stands sorrowfcelly, bat more tenderly, than
e.ng-raes. i p>blI ..... . a fair angel, with her face turned tow trdi word from those loved lips, wioch are now often-had heard his. cousin speak of his for waay, many hours, and. months past;
adtisPedenten rstttI nrM I' ,lhs i, trancti i t, purity. his; a face so sweet a.nd sad in every line, scaled to hlir forever. Baut tthe deed is marriage to a young and handsome lady, and as she commends her babe to him, eand
raonalsde ayl'e lltes lvne. Ale ll r e CERTIPICAT3. so full of the tenderness which swelledl her done and reget coan ni'ver recall it. but he had never heard who she was. to its Gol, a husband's love and' tender.
ide sqelaii7t. s'" tlt vs, - ,10 001 T'. ,i ,. 1858 young ;inioeealt heart. And those dirk Mrs. IIimilton, Melanthe's mother, had !Thua we see how he care to be one of n es, overcome all other feelings and he
igtior Buacr pr .- i .. ,. j .. of ;es- eyes bent ou h neras earehingly-whatdid urged her to it, perhaps with a eye to Iher the guests on Melanthe's birthnight. And takes her head upon his bosom, whera i
A'ppliatit" frfLeiftr a i ..dntfmlmstr'-. 5 ,",,','', ..,. ,''" "'. the' ismn' o..Susit an.ti they express ? ? eoliuggs that tong tes or own welfare, more than to the I ippiness of i t ne guests on Melanthe's birthinight. has notlain for so long, and they weep to-
Nortie toe ibtts and treditort, nsven h inown as Fusil il, whlic is the c.atracteristic pens can never utter, feelings which only her only child. Alas, thatso mauy moth- And as they had not meet (those fond lov- gather. Oh, sacred hour of reconciliation,
dor n dv i' 7as. A. mii0- ij,uious ingredient of the whiskeys in eye-tells to eye or heart to heart. They ers are the same. ers) since they parted on that memorable to long estranged hearts. Well might an
Sltera in dollars f e atl'"ance -t-t 10 0 t D OOTII. GA'll El T & CALAQ, loved as the young and the poetical only But she once more breathes the atmos- night, you may see good reason for agita- g 6els have hovered over the scene and borne
SA r ob n, lnAnnltical Cemista. eartloe. With bosoms beating wit. the pher of luxury, from which adversity had tion on her part. Itis no light thing to the story to their Maker's throne. A the
....... =3I have a__lyzl New Y.rk, Sepi. 3rds, 1. n e same enthusiastic desires; swelling with tore her Can she--will she bh indiffer- encounter the eye of one we love and little bright eyed babe clasped, its mother's
S. i..,. .. lron Mr. .harles Wharton, the same sweet, absurds fancies which ent always to Melanthe's sorrowful eye, know they think us false. curls, and looked in her face, a. tear fell ot
S' may cannot uoderstan.1. Arthur had whose language is disappointment? No, Slowly and hesitatingly she walked that tiny hand, for well Melanthe know
r... ..a t... .'.t.... .. I becn absent nany months from hiis btroth- eren seldshness had its bounds. ddwn to the parlor where so many were al- she must leave itipu this dreary world with-
is ......... .... ... ,... i, ,.., ct,l nd reirnried to inil her still as faithful, Di I Dr. lBarton love hi bride? The ready assembled-where .her proud hus- out amother'slove:
Jitt 1 ;, it. CTi,TroX, i -ti. and devoteil. Ui:haeJig t, hie question need sarcely be asked, since ev- j band's e)e had long watched for her comrn- What were. Mrs. Haiilton. feelings-
A;]ni.]icli it many wh,) sought iihr hand, site was still cry word and tons and action betokened it. ing, and felt vexed at her long tarrying in through all these changingscentes? What
]*l,,a Mn, Sl, ."t' 'h il !. 'the s.une Mlol,.uli*e. For four years had If w s a yo tr mai of talent, and stood defiance of the rules of politeness Here were her thoughts, as she stood besile, h.e;.
f' f,. ,T-r '-t..rt e i-- .-.... .., .. ..t ''-.'ap.. -, "Hi w.y ers soft, sshe gainedin mre ( .1 ..... .. we, in esoae olhild's death bed, and felt she had laid "her
.. ... -' ' e... bated uy, thc. dlstr.ving tonauh of time, genthnianly and wincing, but c.m the trying crisis, oft despair of even retaining a sacrifice on the alter of her avarice?
n:v)r' iilt 1h1 i \]]sk ey i r totlitic,Iti. t lihc ii..Hiwt r] el'o williers so ianlly hopi's wil.li h:i icy reader r'itemnb.ir of how little consei.iuclte I onur senses. Though paler than ever, her Melanthe cried. Herblue eyes were. fixed
onllimentaP :.- e `''1,11 ie ii uu '" il', it. v i finger.< Wa thold time tao t ilo all tiWs 'nuit ba, wvot thi heart is prO. smile was brought, ad she was the centre on Heaven in solemn praye:. Then coin.
Wines It. o t iwtii. N irk. No. [i, i.y ,,st"i ' y with love, but to strengthen, ap.it m t'.Ie it ocupli'd. of admiration, mending her husband, her child and her.
have re 1 a ril o 'tti ots islD i lfor S;ti] d. li> ;. ,' tea, imore b autiful? Tiei impressions wicli It wah evid t ihe felt sorroful at the "Dear Mulanthe, you, look pale, what motl:er to that God who ever hears dardeet
let orth *i ,0r .Oi i,S'Tl.A G i T A T' INP, love has niade wear -deper every hour. strange absence of mind. which marked his lept you when I was looking for you. sod prayer, sl crossed over to that land where
wh -ivcha t.i- e in i to tii .i i' t hI rd ar t r liclawill tIf",fely u hen I w n
trgt S ,plT. 8, I3. y- Four w,,eks g), Melanthe had seu. the wio't m.m or, ] see-.u.d, not to under- long." our dreams are never vain.
GIn as a RtinnedliAl ASgeii. ja-- winhg f the death angel, but'he p.ssa1- autad it, and might ofto be seen alone It was her husband who spoke to her, Iarps of h.eavn awake soft music,
The ;-OLD LON'1ON "OCK (IN-' ,,fMe SIERIFF'S SAI.. he pis over, and now the faint tinges of musing, perhaim striving to sa into that but she scarcely answered, or only replied, For spirit drawth ear;
A. M. ININCrit (CO.. 1i. lir"iI lr,,-ct, i.s 1 viit of at' It ecelculii sedu tr oftLi the ros once more began to bloom upoa n ysterry, to pierce beneath that veil which "it was nothing." There was no kind Glancing into depths oternl,
S-at",vl ei .lie t.l. c" I e-n4"k F'tli m''ad- thd l che every onne tho t would neve his fasssulhid fron haim, J plaeela a y athyin ler oul," (gentle though it h s fh y t se hordsawke.
"b..r- ..., .d .;'^ Ila VhWarta ]i w gul li u"Paibll b -a thl who has was)hf.r din t." the ne ery e thah w lse
,os aa l t g"h .a tie A, and "T his i s mywife, r. Stanley." This ta e. t" bd th t
lrbut oI veet ll-o at 'lis taiti t li tie'lticaedu ol. nitilie 1 exsialll dniI ii and healt but th e aangal psed by, and bee Itsed tegatd at thi ltar, and 'Ti is my wife, Mr. Stanley." Tia tae
p e .". ..c iert r a e i l SO lenoed nalHil. L.o'' 1 :. totil>the 1st lt-lday i. lif tle t!frail flower in the Vale should stand hear toheart, was the moment se hd nerved herself --
to th,-SpirittuaVary lelt ia ititty i tititi iii iOf 'ithe t'.i- l ienloiin t Iiitiilirdfw rrr- A MAYL:I
itt t. gatvelopirii l oracti la, il .'liv "he twinkling stars shone right in.tha A IrI. for, buat composure suddenly again deserted A MAuYLANDHEROINE.-The Harper's -
ltn i e iutTi oe-u tsitones toi est1i l 4y f "it.ret or" F Th C ad h.h.e IreI a I heavelst, aud t c he moon was above tahe trel It was evening agin, and a few months I her. Her brain reeled, she raisedher eyes Ferry correspondent of the Richmond D -.
L "t..^t .i ill Liitiei inrkel.u1 tops, still tiaey lingered, gazing on each froi thie above date. Carriage drew up to his face, ond oh that look, how sorrow- patch says:
i*io"of 'o'l"s,' i, .t ..t itt Iiea ia cotutd A other sillly brea in ftroit of the splendid demasio of the ful, how reproachful, how calm,-aind yet Mers. Bradley T. Johnson, of Maryland,
1'. e ver ay .ho -c t ;I JulDN tJhn M. :ILIdca torabl things. "But Melanhe my own, B tuns, and forms of light loveliness worse than all other glances, to bear, was arrived a day or two since 599 Mississippi
* o'nes ~ltte.,l' l yft hiittlt l l e dl o it .1 unti ilel lcike et ily I.l,., thiloair is too doitp, you i at alt li gns, 10,000
i te ae tl alighteip .e uttith t and ppssicd up to the parlor, lean- the look of old affection, mingle with those rifles, $500 i cash 3,200 cartridges, 10,000
selling n ll:.nI article a pric l pon unil ir go i; we Arthur ays it is, you will not in tha r of akind nobility. I other looks, which seemed to long to hold caps the Maryland boys She was.
Knickrocker hou dos " loday in ie, say otherwise?" was o ba a gay eveiung, th birth nighl of her to his heart as of old, but yet never, serenaded at night by the Marylanders,
Scute O StLTe re.oNl, t. l The above sole is pos'tpodauteleil,' the" ti "rst "No," she wi'sparedt "never when Ar M tLuite. doon all were gathered, and no never could do so again. It was too and Mr. Johnson made a hanisoice speech,

"BININGEB'S OLD 'LONDON DOtK IN The ove 8la is postpoued until the first othr ss so." the sound of music and of song floated on mnueh, her sight failed her, and she sank followed by others, all from the sametu State.
pssesseall the qualities tt ca bedired for ly ,in Auglust. s So they left the flowers, and the dew, the evening air. Summer was nearly at fainting on the floor- none noticed Arthur, A P P T A a NO -I
tisehiesat..iteiaibtLlesthatailltaiesited for T Tetabov e sale is postponed until the first and eloniog on his arm she asncuded theiA PsecE PATY ATITHENOtTI-In.
ors. Its ingredients re te di lild ices Monaday in Seiptember ,cxt. its close. July was passing into Septetn- all eyes were on her; he'passed out, and was the State of New York there aefifty papers
S fall ey seated grains, in io delictely The above sales postponed until the first parlor then the sweet farewell, the.tpdpr Tg sto retired ,o in the rotirmentorhis roon, where the
j4 igentandflCavirousteWittlI tt.arovasittinctiuere utlelday ii, Octobirnext. of his hand, the sweet glance of .opposed to Lincoln'sarmy invading the
ehof nso brsre sale popeod untrl the first ptld, the sweet glance of urt, art fro.n tie noise and bustle of lie wept like a child over the bitter disap South. In Ohio thero are now fourteen,
s em ned .s,, itI given uttl exquisite Mo eday n Nc e siet u untilth exchanged tenderness, and he was gone. te eiy' d Lgdi e L elin trees grew in pointoient which brushed his spirit. Melan papers which, in despite of mob law and
mttditdlleisslit tilt iii e dv-ituiln aa l Oinspt 'Site shove satte to poetotncIwu ldntil the tics
,mi,,c -... ", i, -"-I i11 sli- Monday in DuceI.ber next. e CHAPTER II. front, and a sweat flower girdau sen t its the was borne to her chamber.. She sou threats of violence, have corns out in op-
,,li.. '. .. II .,J,.' i A.', .iwiile Tie above sale is postponed until the first The rose of the morning, how fair at its bloom- thousand perfamnes to the playful winds, recovered from her swoon, but was ill all position tl Lincoln's war policy. And,the
its fottrkig Liinldu pat.y Ieaves nothing tar [tie monditty itt dttuury rect.
its Sparking liqTih a pu.id y IA saoC hpg for1 nponed until the first ig; A, saiumer hoaswcovrerd with vines, the that night, and for many days and nights time will come, observes the Circlevilleo
Inye conclu sionre, the writer must remark that Miday in February next. low frirantt the dewdrop that hung in its clematis, tilt jassamine, and the bright after. The husband whispered "It is too (Ohio) Watchman, "when there will be
.1te :, A. INGEt CO., 1 Broad Te abo ite tpoued until the first leavesi. woodbine, formed a sweet retreat where much excitement, we must life 'more sorT.hont h I h le ude
sretY. Y. ~ t he wr at The above se is postponed until the first But tlhe cold earth ere evening are its petals en- Mlelanthe Spot many brooding hours. The quietly." To which lshe feebly assented f civl ar thosdecwlavre lat they ad loudes
r' I .r ApLe ti ..or civil war declare at they always o
Thm^ / o abon ^ "i postponed util,.,ip first And ti"mtearnof the night o'er its memory lastmoeh-f'aulmfiluow shed its glorious riSometimes the fov.r racked her brain aud posed it." ,
i aspreventive I tuiti vt gel, ait a mouthda in Maiy n grievenext. light over every tree and shrub and flower, her mind wandered. It was no uight when as no igt wenA
littilnit s exhihrttlug bevordi;- -Chenit al The abov'e0,tlu is .alstlpuled tun ll the first A BANN tER QUEERLY SAV ED-A..
Jesm tal otldleicl atitn .n Jee T ne otil he Slowly in the rosy west sank down the and the itunorie of tint little fairy grot he sat alone by her, holding lher hand, that splendid banner is hung up'in the Express
Jouneet i .dMedi' The aboe' sal is postponed until the first su'l. The clouds were all trooped like was lueked, with lights and sha does. One be heard her pronounce the name of Arthur office at Milanassas, the property of the Al-
Decembeiir L'" "__ Monday i t t iny'si ed spirits to bid adieu to the bright day-god. by one the/guestss piid in, along the Stanley, and raving wildlyabout the even.- exandria iflemen, who are encamped there.
L.-NKETS, i ED .d.N .TeS, i I tu l it til te ft .Thepiuns waved and sighed sorrowfully; serpetiniu, wall rou.ad the summer house. ing they parted, and their meeting o that This flaeg was the object of the strictest
id c. .it tis. lsuiti a 'i'tat, a i i il l ifirt iand itie sound fell sadly on the ear of a At last c.anu Dr. Burton wio brought in fatal night. She told him (Arthur) how .se.rch I Fllsweorthi's fire hooiulsj butit
ltn4autt l, I1. l . .. 'in (a -, 'it' e .taott. li ty SI t : t' tide rs lwassaved frorut desecration by a patrittie
1,imap i iui tg fTabl', .Lo kig la, is T lbove Sale is popiPed until tle fitrs young, irl, abouat-Sevuteen, who from her with asraa.r, au sill nt a stranger, for dear he was to her still, how that James ady, swho took it from tio stff and srotm-
Vendors, sot id 'Tons A, iron-,-asrto. Tetes ttile sil me wthtatiJiltd u"tilthmeolim u aun her i took it from tiehatiffntnd StUar_
l.t.ui Sader, Cahtov aetio u n tti.C h Ma wlys, in O 'ler ne wi. ndow watched the setting sun, and a a tir of 1qui. eyes fail no his face and Barton she had never ioved. Oh what glad it down the street by the aid of crine.
Nov.u i. i.t1s. t U 'i o' 1i .' .ar l t'"a tr.t tear fell upon the book which was closed figure; ad .. ilaauch, who sat alope in her words for a husband's car: Now he knew line, in the face of the enemy, and finally
o.- isp'p'neunbil ii., e fir in her hand; but still silent asod motionless, reireat mnsinug, ere shie joined ita tionlg .why ha could never fathomi'her soul. She contrived to bring it safely concealed to tia
CREAT CURIOSITY. i;t hu .v 'iais .Aponed until ithe irs, ishe gaz on the lst flickeringrays of sap. in th drawing room, v he w no had nevernce aspken to hin as she ad- onfederat mp.
...Eh.tove oue eofihe greateitoiotties a< ,I ,\L.diy mit JdiJ m1 ky 186l. s;ilue, w.iich seneoad to twinkle and dance, strau'a to hner. dressed Arthar in baher wld ravings. No r THE GUL FREE, TO SLAVEaR.-Ths.
oird, s vauhiialt s vetion in a its e knowm yw e re bo IaNo rs pd.itpoyid, 1nnilhtry.[the, suk to rise no ucra, u itil another Mllauthie wontia directly to her dressing- wish of hers was left un-ared for, and Dr. Cubani slave trade, since the withdrawal of
f whichiwe nmt ager t" everywhere I Mony tO .I tai pstrpoied until the first ly should dAwn. o ad t ing ltetdl found a Burtonuo never failed in kinds t a ttentions to their United States squadtro frona fr the cosnt ;
So. A 1. CL K, Bdd d, oday lras.i tod The rich folds of sa i falling about her hoad tridg thi t a e ia h r her who was still his wite. But the "dew of Cube, is aid be carrgos with re-
.audtyv' in April iext. d Igraceful form, tihe pearls upon her nook toilet when all was rely arranged i the of affection" was gone, and jealously and landed on the "ever faithful icde" since
TJUST ,RECEIVED, Thle abIvc-al is poatpoIel until the first sad arm, and the wdite wreath entwined most beautiful order; but she d,'a.idd ttat I tile darker passion took its place on that the 21th of M.aisnh. Tile British Admiralt
S il an ,, c l'OT.ATOSS, ConCutionry, ITne Aboe ale is ioponed, until the ls l in her browi curls and resting oi her pare drawing room sai t deadad hr hab.ial's o t oble ileb t, island lne issaid to i a t o 'eiaxd il vilance
glish Muurd, fu le lt, apers, Pick- 'l Abovesal is postponed uat the firs olyo w, what did all mean?ot this slanthe a? e invol iod to h.r; m of all, she wAn. lanrief wras impo ible to bn coaud do t hesitate to say ee coAca
..' gliahiruniehd, Ci T e l t, Cap ci ants that lit is not goiag tt ,a. de lt, -
lei, tiJliteo, Anu tciia, ttsee Witor '" doste.I Memddoy tim udm1. b,'hdi ? tes--a. td twad not thits lelath ei P ha ttrodiaed to her; mos of iii, she wan. .rief was imp blesihi to ho tml he duty, s 'e hooting as he itis Oet ooni-
itt.los. Uurre Cimi ron. M Waromni. Vermici- '1 -.Vii.u hDUlAVIS, It acis-ath-yes! The vow had been pro- thought with tie koenest ag.my ojieunjOua cctaed. Her hasbaid strove no more to peeled to do siee the withrawal of the
Atr." s2o t. B. CARR. March thac 8 l Sherif.11t C .' eounueed, and the white veil, which seamed tearing the gaze of kArthur, for this wai he. road her heart; he felt in the delicacy o. Yanks.































its


,d n.' Jn;d ,:.. ritry- . iu
ynluc, pillow-caso end table.cloth, tearh]
then! up into suitable widths. Beds we
also taken, and a large..ining-tablt-' TI,
table was carried ihto the yard,' beneath
the thick branches of a pleasant' grove
and hole the surgeons relieved many;
poor fellow of a broken arm or a shatters
kg. ., .. I ....
S i'he resideneo of another lady was vis
tIc.by several of the "lily-livered" officer
Mvna out by fatigue and parched with thirs
They Degied buttermilk or Buy bthe-re
freshhment at hand, which was perempto
ly refused. They then laid violent han
,ipon a pail of fresh water near by, 'i
epcedily swallowed tio conatents.: O oc
t):e oficers'iiquircd of Mrs. C., if she hi
any idea of the number of rbell, forces
the en igagement that- 'day '""She 'repli
.ihat she did not, but a friend and neig
bor had-informed her the evening previo
that Ger. Beaurigard was near Yorktow
at the head of 30,000 men! "Great God
exclaimed the valorous "soger boy" to
lillow-officer, whata narrow escape hai
we made." "It is wonder that all of u
were not cut to+ pieces."
Ar., i.., r..., .. r. ress Monroe waite
I fd !..T -I l. ud. r iL Yorktown, Wedne
d'ai, under a flag ot truce, and requests
that Captain or Colonel David )W. Waldro
be exchanged for somo prisoners now in tl
hands of the Yankees. The officers i
command had been told by the coward
Zouaves who-fled in such, wild confusion
when Capt. W. fell, that ho wasllut slight:
wounded. The Yankee messenger at
pared to be greatly astorished .when,to!
that Capt. W. fell at the'erack of the rifl
and .nerer spoke afterrards,. A ''iettlei
was then roadetlat tie Yankee troops I
allowed to disintertlibody, and also th;
the utfortunAto man's siord and watch
be doliv-red, LLal Iha '_ y a,-.bt t.L 1:-l.+.."; -I
hia tam ily. T th. ,.I+.t ....i>-,< *..... j., j-... i j,
the word had beetiremoved by the gallant
atldier whose rifle felled Capt. Waldrop
bui that every effort would be made to re
aore it. The watch was immediately -de
livered over.
This officer, we learn, stated that at rol
call Tuesday forenoon, it was ascertaine
that there were 564 missing. One hundred
and twenty-eight of this number wer
- know to be dead, and a great, many wounded
but it was believed that many of the i!s
sing would yet return to camp.
Mlany of the wounded were taken to th
Conlfederate camps st Yoiktown, by ou
soldiers, the cowardly Yaunkeeti havingufie
and left them to their fate. One of these
unfortunate men had received a shockin
w, 11d, shattering his leg, and the limb
w'vantputated Tuesday.
: .Many of thle Yankee troops killed wer
frighltfully mangled. An eye-witness .in
forms us that he visited a spot where sey
allay stiff in death. It was behind
burn, where, many of them had taken le.
fuge against the deadly fire of our Parro
,;nut,su adroitly managed' by the Rich
nond 1Ilowitzers. Onobody had- received
'lie ball of a rifled cannon after its fate
lhad been somewhat weakened by' passing
through the bae;rn but still- it struck th
anan in the breast, going entirely through
and tearing the flesh but for- a, 'ircumfer
ence as large as a'man's hat. "
Manyothersickening sights we're wit
nessed, but we hae neither the time no
the inclination to recite them. -
The-cool courage of our officers and sol
dicrs is spoken of by all iu terms of th
highest commendation. Gen:. Magrude
aua&Coil:D).' I". Hill displayed the emos
consummate bravery and the men, inspired
bysuch examples, fought with great des
l 'e a i ib n . . - - - I .
The-Zouaves ofCol.Duryvea came up to
the ,scene of action, as aid tEllsworth's
when they entered Alexandria-t yelling like
wildbeahts, hoping thereby to intimiuiate
brave rheartSe bu without effect
Our incu quietly and calmly awaited their
Upprmach, trusting to their owvn strong arms
ald leaving tho result to the (Cod of Bat-
lies.
Ats we-have said before, the victory i;
one of the ,most brilliant recorded in history.
It even exceeds the famous triumph of
G(en. Jackson, at New Orleans.
&-P A currespondcutof a Boston paper
lemuous ia e.,;.,r that the Confederate
povateers arei preparing to lie like watch
cogs at the gates.f Gibraltar, and capture
both in.aud out-going United States vas-
bos so ona as Ijinuoln shall, as l ow- cou-
tin)liited, .withdraw ins Mediterranean
equadrou tor the purpose of enforcing the
hu.nc blockade. - -" "
W The Lincoln-marauders, now oce,-
pying Alexandria, now issue a daily paper
called "The Pennsylvania fhrL, from
the office of the Alexandria m1 .


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA,
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:r0 SSi-ss .J BUILT. ESQ., .of .t-aia, 1 ;, ,"-',*,' .,,iriTslI; uhta-rej thruch "--90a, 1 r, ,, .. .^ "Atiu'edg1Rm,1?-
I.: duily autlhoriz td' to. hot -a Agent for ,the ST. o ut tl o .N u |l -t A ',I I- ..,I. A t ,,,l 'd Lt , Y 0 1 .'"Lilur ; .,lI
ti,4 onrs 'ills k m''h rbei ....ub- I..N... t I:t t 3 at[i j,,. r .... .. ..Wash ington 0 It F ":rshl ifiton, 21 z" "6i';t5) 'J...... h+ -r u rII, ; h y aud %I\it Pe Lt i-to u plymng"
th AUGUSTINE EXAlNER,a -wllreives Lauderdale, W. bite Sul.er N Washington, 4N, W7 ral.hiton, .1,0 aU nl and . a mul"plying
Vo, scriptions, make collectoni, and receipt fcr the pher, p ..gs. o Ournoble and hivalri; ,outh h.ve rush- Walton, 49,N206 Waito. 215,330 0to a 1 .. Itl extent, asad dark as isa the
a ame .. bell was sounded for meals. A servant unoblad civalcyout haverus Wakulla, 1,562,929 Wakia, 570',450 rsent l' future seems even more di'
sMe.' ... net* c ..re.e, tire f........emseven more OaR-
ed quietly informed the boarders that meals ed into the tld to me m. ToFrom the t .' ---- ....-- II" a. thase to oe a"
rsi.r1' Ig E 5 E SION gwereprovided fora.1 who desired to. e at; city adcountry, tie hillsAndvalleys property $l:.127,721 lue. .. Ithattil corner inl n l'cr .1.'. 1 u u.,
. .V ,,BS I~l .;:^ l ,* -n0 ^ ;^ m , .. .. _-. thtc o lanarci,,, ,n,.bd,o u U
st. wo1 ll $;L+ L I 1 mitlnotariandtile vlwlams, they 'have . .,.
SE ESSI N but not a Plate W~as turn'i"T Until 4 p. U ,In- -vesal.
rs.' OF THE when the religious services -nded." poired forth in multitudes, forming a great Hon. C. L. Varilandingham-. el
e-s ..Ths i7h&t cr op throughout Geor a yow panting fogr the conflict, and Ve give our'react the fin a he .,de rciation of re estate in New
ri- S TA E 9 F. L 0 I D 11) A. Alabama and this portion o'f Tennessechns ready to drive kack the Abolitiou hte or eonchding pr' a Pe ophs of the letter ou Hon.e ardk is altp[lhlng. Leading firms, wi ck
dS "T.A --T E 0 .F. FL0 t11 N AaamLndtiAprioNF enssehi GA 'hl, ve hr,:tofore paid matw thousands air-
d o been harvested, and is in market.. You perish n the fi hl K L. V....A.: l rtfore p id a t .ou"Ido ac -
id .... vrely upon this stTton--th.h The*ualresultlnoone doubts. We shall GSrEMlN:-.oTrs of the 9th inst., DiralllD frdbo.' 'WeShallof';f tileo-- c"py
of TH E DISSO@L TIO1 o, toeati s a,:ett'.^. have liberty andindepeneacce: I requesting opinion upon certain p,,ints o building of charg-the
a d p t o e q u a l i t h i q u a w a n d t P I ln dli yd s b t ot l
in OF TtE ality fro tayars. Butt support this araNy and su-ain the oucetud with.what you justly styled tih. .dlord.sbing :nxiOus to kcepup ap
ed ." Alabama, without another shower, will government of our choice is now our hiegh.. present "inglorious, and it may be,-blondy l araic, .nuable to retain, their .te.
h Aave" ma, wthut a cl~rsoae, l '"I o a ,: :ants Upon -,lilyothcrfrm Tesen
Hi- U N IO N habadto sp andwith co0Nnua- _est duty, and tiesubject of our greatest war." has been cecived. TI t opinin ts pon any o .r te T of
- o d Eed o. conen. was long siuce farmed, and wa' repeatedly' afir s ,is even worsi In Ip- w I dlel where
n -c tion of good se0ot0s, will be able to bread "fr.tr h h t a s f'i rwhe
S. e Confederiti States. They have plant- How shall these objects be accomplish- sctfort," ,throughthe 'prcs. 4 r i tpechle ,, th firs l f )hMnlte -'1n r", w '.
HE F....0 1, 0-- thr Cnede 'tfir'S ilThlhvepat -adv tilu H e 0 of lwpreseutauii- b, ko'eg6trs eds' S rto4 ;'Iau.l
*a T' IE. F IMA_ ed threee times the usual quantity of corn. ed?-This is a question whiph ha, e ed ..... ^n ,,* c th Hm ifc.preetaiesf ? s teisle"
ve "' The cotton does not promise well. Florida thle profoufidest attention of Air 'statesrn,. i last winter, acd re f"lrmed i I _i card date nd goa be. ring a ]ss tla. a third of.
us will be able to get herself cornzed in Geor. and finialneiers.-These investigations have 01on thi17th of last nuiobth, a few days aftel tlh rrts they readily drew a twnihnJo pth'
SSOUTHERN CONFEDERACY gia, and Alabama can supply the Wants of resulted in an admission of the i, not the cnnmmenme o" the war. . . o ',
es. -Louisiade'r:Crrhili--.. iAn'this'region generally before understood, that the news *the sentiments of the deo In the lidstoftis wde,.-pred ruin ,f
es ad O U R 'C A U S E r i, J h r g o !erati Party, of' th e C o '.tit -;ional U ,io.., he N north's co m r 1 m rci ald thgw
ad OU R CAU SE. '.at75co 'ts'pdrbu.slicl. I give you thliNe ofrwar, as wdll as the elements of iprospo ri-0ir dour a .. .. ..... ., thar
op -. -,' ipry a do ai ',-nit, of th spit-it Seem$ to gather n-"w stron+.-t cad -"
op items'under the belief that they will in- ty id" peace, age in the hauds of the cotton party, and of a largo njiy of the Ri, sc togt :-w.str thad-
ie We see no reason for despondence, and terest you. Provdene is surely ith us aners rfthe., publicaan presses aid pirty only six weks rcity. At the bidding of tho Lmnol.
In much very much, for thankfuluess, .i .. i a,. They were nin-I vod them re- Government, the starring scum o the..
ly hope. Our troops are sustaining onr cause of tgthe r u 'ru 1 things ,m to The government appeals to theno- to patedly alo. g with ehhvcT.n.' -ocrat sa,; great cities, are enlistifig by tens of thou..
'"onwokt 'te fr r 0 "thentt oatneyioyes;,'/ a.ndvrthe' aert ai e
Son the Borders manfully; our Commanders rk fu o ." them the eend the hopes oftli country on an in I use. I have seen siinds, and atni armed, equipped and l,,-
P. indeed seem to be imbued with judgement Spirit of the Southern People-Testi- n turned. ey ust ld toplan, aridvalor to execute; aad ouStes- moY of Mr. Ruse. meansto sustainthe army aud carry the .. scs-ion, ii Idiy T materil fthscity.bttad-.
ld topln:aidvaort eec te 'fd ff 't' ': .'.,un y0t 1u, canen s to I. -. . "- ,'-16"'1thILL; I-,\.+ il
e, men have so fateproved equal to' bifi .er. The celebrated;. eorrespodeint of The war to Ia succes-ful loje. the : t :i of Vir .ini., Arkt" ">., ions i' t'i" poured th:t can ba imagined.
ist;, tie .. f.. %i~ ofli, -ini. r. ....l nillil d
t agency. The init erliit tistu' alw:iy i bs "nt on "'don i 'n s, "'V hose.. letters dstecii live It is then ce .', .h.:. ,:_'. .. duty to AN .,,. , i ini, a d Te' :sco t';"..s ;- it tNoi ,,hov rcer with the .e- i:i res.ii
at some disadvantage; the do'endrs of the of'thib:ttlleicldsof the Crimea nll" tl a lke coun-el .., .... e h i ;! ; an ther, hieid of"t-e Git e ih rAis i;i Pric t' i ni"-ly
h soil; knovihg' the localities, must have a'd. war i lhdia gained him a'world wide tiVnm, whulle Tusti,, in all it-. p'ctical opera ianaihs 'v,u,!ih i.iinc.utiblc resoures, ] etanet, are coisposed of--n I wh! t!'r ..e
., >antages which will probably equalize the is atthis limne visiting the Southern Statges, tLous, and deterniue four themselves /,, fi;c iundhe(l t,'usii'"fi.l tii: m. di, I i .credit to any ar.ny. e hA e ll a I
disparity of1nu;iemb rs;-sv.c if they shoidd and seudi g-b+k to Y : .. .t..|, ..i . .. .. .. 1:"m n a ,t li' raes .. V.',.l.:,A ., ..t., cc, ;su' "i Il egimneta, particularly, we noticeable for
.en y h ,o y b e te three or ato :. .ic is u o u T.1 i f -hall vote ,.. ,. .: ,. .. .... , ,- .
mense force they have been threatening us struggle which is upon us. e therefore cordisly invite the cot- W.aivinug the os;oi of the doubtful a cllnnud cold au.,kte...ss of'their organi.
e-with. Some regard the fact of the Inva. Many of these letters have been re-pub- ton llantrs othSoth-indeed, wug of pri' io. Ot whole, r i nant i of
esO dcSul-nedwet"f l.,ga,1ity oftilhe firJ+ rnlta, ,o zp zl: ttinn.*"" .. whl,,u u mn so
ders being on Virginia soil as so much eost' lished'ih Soteiihb ,oirial,. our friends in every county in our own 13th, calling out the militia for threer opiaion thl it our e.muuic-ar., t1 ., c.V.i.'.,
l to us; wc can do nothing with 'tlhem till F'r. "Montgomery, Capital of the Conl. State, as vc!el as the people of all thCa-i- h ::ioi tths," under t.e a:it of 1'7'9), ['wil' yet" extent, und rr.ted biy public o/2"ui7
S they come into tho country, so far we harc f ederate States, M ay 8, 1 0(;1," ie Writes e fcJcratu lates, t o send up drl ,,:tes to the | r te to liay lth n, becausI they had no nm throau, tl ul tnhe Sout' l.
re nothing to .complaini of, our Troops in ovlry as follows of the .p:'ri. and deternuation proposed Ionvcntioh to be hhl in aN n Iu tive but supposed duty .and patriotiim, In Thi-re ar:e signs O, disc itcut among the
d; skirmish have routed them with great loss. cv.inced by the people. on the 4th day of July net. ' Imov them; and .l.oreuor, they will hliavu foreign e..lnt.isof N. w Yoi-k, tp-;ciidly
s- In the Wars with Great Britain thd ene- "Trhei people of ter South have made upn Let them -send able and ood men, and ordered alust the entire services requiredd the (irnn's. A le-hng ter'manl p:i+er
iny was often in possession of. our strong- ItrIi, c uo'mcrcil political ni t s ch n'iabdrs is they miy tliink prop- of then, before Congrcss shill meet. *]!ut |his r.undly. declardhid tihitheilitary puow-
r. estCities, Savannah, Charleston, Wash- dence exhibitedby arry people ijt the fit- cr. "I1 th appointment of- dele Ltes no the alutacious usurp ti'.) of Prsideont-Lin r of the North rests upon-tieic anis uvfth
,d. ign,'otnadGe. IAUNTN11 g 6" f -ieltLn
d. ingtou, 'Boston, and Gen. WA.SumerO.N ture, as thev yive,' or pietend to ha;ve, in special formialilies need beo obscived: Wiat colin, ,r 'vhich he deserves ifpeahihcdt, d ped' cIizen" a.d that til pul'il"
e elvauated New York. But was our cause their-destiny. r we want is a mcetitgof the cotton planters in d.,viii, against the very ltter of ithi bofs of the fameors 7th Iaginmeiuar- *-lit
W eret tue-people oubdued fot upnare firmly convincedu
lost? Were the.people subdued for ill t Tle Southerners areth firNtly convinced to consider their own power, and properly Constitution, and wilhomut the ihadow of only to a' it upou the hysterical wuic of
That? Did not the time soon come hen by the prices they have paid for the p- to p It law, to "raise and suppol-taries," u-to New York.-
,- they hadtorestore them to u's? Does any tcted articles of their manufacure, and Arrangements are in progress, in addi- providee and maintain a navy," fur three E]'verythinIg- in the march of events ut
body suppose that en if the enamny they hold out to .cl. I.J. to Manhliter, tion to the regular dbates"o' th Conh-n] or five ycars, by iuere l..... .. proania- the orth betokens h early recognition of.
v- should get posselsioh of some of our Oities, to Leeds, to Wulverhampto, to Dudley, to tij, to procure -addresses from" the a mst tion,I I will nut vote to sustain or rati-- thie fact that the non sla'vehlding Srtatei
defeatour OseoByno Pais, tlLyons totBrdeaux to El til
a that wold defeat our cause? By no Per s to LonsI Borieauf x t le t1 a eminent orators and statesmen of the Soith, never. Millions for defence--nofa inan or can cohere, only by eniblishin" g de jure,:
t meanf. sYu must expect some retorsis p ilhsstand luxury, the tempti J. *H. WASHINGTON adllar fur aggsrossion and oL sive war. that whichh already i,...... 1 th.n ,t1
I .. ]:iULA8_K[ S. 110tT, ]Tito war has had mnany no~tiis i.,;- its fatb's cnslidlatedl, centradlzed, ';stlngt
-t and losses; but we have not a shadow of baits of new and eager and hungry markt.. ]'ULASKt 8. e1T, T Tle ar "ias iad iany noatives f "r its facto-an eot.lis.ited, 'c. tntraized, *rtos;".
d doubt of our success. Tis is a cntes' It' their facts and statistics are accrate,' N'ATHAN RA .' conenci t; it ca have t e result, overnnt, dili ro a military -
e which theo it maybe baffled will yet be there ca be no doubt of te justi of *Papers oite Confederate States please whether it last one- evar or fifty years- I-tism (if it diffat all). only it the 1:11.
g thf'r ded uctio ns on m an y points; 1 b al) they ol l t-,.r.,r. O aa ,- "
h The Battle of Bethel was a brilliant af- ca s i l yin t .., ,T i iI . .....- A sfo t e o quest and se aratoi of tI i w t.r i " ' o -
1 th i y w iltb ring t he l_'..i ,,j q : .J i,, td ...i., i, ,, rp ..n n -iof 't L o g beautiftl and patn attc santm ent
r- fair, planned with kill and executed with tion by cutting-off frmi L'welb.hci(600,000 QOO ma .sup. South, I will nut inpeach tLe intelligoe are t aken' frun a prista letter fromen"
* courage o our part. Col MAnGRUDER and bales of cottoti which she usually cn Many iigc conodiments for the tabk,, and ofay man amog youby assuig tht yo ldy whos brothr is l menrbitr,
;~~ orally loan uilo ou, b a^s^ s ^ ^ ssu:^ ^ "--"
t- hislbravs'troops have covered husevssucles. -M-NDY, .:. -c.ndiments foa fileRnable, eIel IOLnn WIt
is e o v o r e e arf ect, how ever, is app etizers i ll i chuw would g ive an ag reea ble j you d re a of it as ny It i e or i n y the Ntoorth anyof
)re weith gloory.r T ire olde t N orthPP State",' "has w a'y th'e ',.N rth A la bam ian s," at 'preue ot a
1 r owith glory. i he old iers tato have able--the G overnm elet h as i ts j ; ts th "a d peew z est tq tbd w obted subetanti al pos sibli. 'em emb er the w arning of L ord' I- arp er's F jerry:
- proved the mettle of her soldiers; thy have souls, the wealth and the hearts ra fare-o ,. i.,,,i i 1,.-ci 'asily-b-c,pro hatllt to the British Parliamerit. M.y >'3ly (4d' bl il tfie soldiers of our Con-
e been proved and not found wanting. BUT- plc. They will oirvef thiny-Mn oney, pared in.this favorable clinme by thle skill L nds, you cannot conquer .America." A federate States, and may thohe that tl rion -
r LEs commanded the Yankee forces in por- labor li-- itself--to carry oat ,'heir of the ingenious and enterprizioe. "hpiublic debt of lhundrrdliof millions, keigh- earth rise to a better and b.happier world
t son,' and did not' redeem 'i vards thre s. ity ofsues, psv ed ruits &c., g us aid our posterity down for ncra above. I nve a brolthcr aimonug theum-
pledges m3td "to the^ t'tli"-.pople; it ," shislState
p sre td. to Ina to-day, ,Soonerpthan submit to the which were f ,rm oelv imp orted fronu forr L e n, we ca h res 1alFortunate shall perhaps w way cover i eet again; hn
o said we could be npl.,[,p. s, i " -. ,, ., -. -..3,- ,, -olr- l ie r es.t .Iimpn
s andwho threatened to biungupoon us ih.at one of n,, ,'.,.:. 1.,.: ,.,7., tt,.-., ..,, 1 1 a, " , " , arwith the outh,aeslhethery om-aolves merei-ul j'ather watc"Ints- diedF"-an.a I ee!1
e splendid reservecorpsofwomen' with broom mental .,., po, an Iu eil z I .... r '"[ .. .. aI _. are to Ia\e constitutions aihd a remblican proud that he hwis Lnhs'v II fIb.j
Sticks to drive 'us ito the Guf--as w e ever 5yearsi, o-free 0wilt offering. In this distant mSaJklaEr. ar tohaeCUtttrnn gVarmentdiafee p ninthe nort dtat 10 1 to th e 11 L. r 1 l'
.i said before, noa.a 'ofts." .I e" certainly i O'i o f hi s g 'i onnio50 les of ct- r. J. A EC has u in r reaf"i the.N ourth. U "tro t t t sea ,..ot '.}^ t d "
3aan odn o a"l e c a e s w a n.clt'a o n. ll w i s h I h a d m o r e b r u fti e r t o j o in I
Scannot hwcsay ht"ea"me, +saw, and o- to, o 5acco fsirilan patriot es tiiel of Tokato Catsp, prepared tll In brief: 1 anI for the Constitution first, lo et soldi our everOne
Sqifered!" o tie contrary we hear of him and devotion. rich spices and having a very pleasant ft. and aitall hazards; lor whatever can now b, dot so fcthi t t'o"naI prow r to
lived fitrednion nxt:tanlfor Paceary wdo SnicrIohinhimr andhidnotion.pry.f..
flying from the field perchance to fight anu- The ladies are- all making sandbags, Vor, witich we find superior to the foreign saved of the Uon ext ad or ae al t ,d will hm u
Other day; "he stayed not for brake, he stop- atridges and uniorms and, if possible, importation. It is evidently oten up it ays as esshtial to rthe prservatioulo nig land day." -
f pod not forstone" and never drew bridle good f aith, ud.is just what it purports to of the war, on tha at leat, every l ver --- .----
till he reached the door of his quarters, .un- QUICK TO CO- PLY" Gen" re d ,be---eery thing used in the composition of .'l ... .,,l,. to -deiand ine xrabla , G:rllL.AS.- Tiefirst meeting for .the
derthe protection oFortressMunroo We :,vig, on last Sunda y, madeeoeia us, ng o flPri *ulity and in good c ondi- that" -. b-.11i. .. Worried on str ict Subject odg". izationof thuscpatriot hajswvill tbo
are a u arqustit out e Clstt inieed at five o'cock thi'saftrnoq.,.4t first'-
e +told he hasvowed to take revenge, on the people of orange couiffty, Va, for Thep pac' policy w.stied: it'nrrested tuteh1a!. Let t b'
Sand it is probable the encounter has coni forty wagon loads of provisions, the requisi- Wy ,all not oqr figs, grapes, pome- secession, and proiisd a restoraion uf the f" o th as or l l.. L,lI a
Soff byhis time; also the news received by tion w"t complied with on- Monday, by g"", rages &c., &i., now beginnig Unio-The policy of war i now upon r' oit l'Carolina erilaswiI be, a
last mail seem to- indicate that ...r,.... sending hlm.sixty wagons heavily lale ed to.come forward, be turned to some good trial; in twenty days it has diven tour v'aluable auxiliary, deed, i; the go d
f ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~wgn hea"v... . " " -e .. tae .dturm ims a dra halftofco,- wr fd toying tedrthlesmiad grs
Scents of great importatneha liave taken with pv "sions, provender, ad -hd and profiathae account in coiereoe. tatsand fourni'ilis ad a hir c- ork of destroying th .thles ma-aer
t'I'ddINthhmmn, rvne r, adolhrmy.P on ( pie ut oftire Untion, and into tile Culi'id -form 'tile '" orjth.--6'arlc,,!on .'n+.
placerets We hav.evry confidence articles needed by thorny sides t ho dir ct 0 osu'tptid of these fruits e acy e fLk h e. S>a a litle while n
in ourTroops and Conimmanders We have asth.y rpen? lou-ngr it will drive out, al.o, ti-N or four SaiP The uther day.a Briti:h ;hip catno
frathe first committed our cause to our thoua l tlsl dfari'h 'e understand that Mr. S.ETMECK is t tore States, and two millions, or thrce int Mi1obile harbor under to i-jG tl;er-W.
Good GO, who is meaiful to those who servicestos the Confa ready to fill orders, to ahid extent, or mll peopl. War way, indeed, beflag. VWhile p:,iig F.ort .Morgan,,.-tho
trust in ltim, and we feel that ,e is doubly gago.u the war against ,Lincols a Iis hi To.ito tup- can *cheerf e eullicy th Fast; but, ptaoeisa AecS- baud of the Fort played "UGod.Aav the
armedd whose cause is just. hirelings. i- oiand i / n nto t he public fully -ity tothe s. es Queen,"' and the Briton's crew sang jDix-.
..~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~ +--:]c d.tt uh.1. .. C. I. V AXLA1nDIOjIA.l, i.


r- ,- =- 14 i, _,I- -- g 6,


1-1


S tFromtio Poteribin'II E :pese.] J "' '
Latest from-tho Battl:. ,
Out reporter buxrdid the ears from City
1wdnH Thur lay,-.imrnindiatoly upon their
irri al,'and from passengers just froin the
scenee of battle, gathered many inte.:eting
pjiticular .. .
, The:flight of Monday was from Bethel
('htreh ,to New 'Market Bridge, which.
cross 6 Bauk'River Grval,. Tha distance
is betweefive aud six miles, the bridge bu-
ingthree miles frojn IHanipton.,
SAll along the road -Aavers'cs, canteens,
r~usk+tts, 'rifles& niilihtry Caps; kniapsacks
nmd over- eais wcre found scattered in pro-
fijiwon; fihowinrt.thefrightl of ;the 0e1any to
'ave bcen indescribiidoe. At the bridge a
-rowd of thaeteeree corps met their terror-
hrickem cninpanions, and to cut off all-fur-
ther uirsuit, demolished tha bridge thor-
ou!.-hly : '
'Thq residence of a widow, lady residing
in the vicinity of IHampton was visited
Monday Mfternoou and the bulling demand-
ed tor a hospitaL. .The.lady protested
:,:r.t. ul it *-, .,rnlin for an v tu. li. pur-
I'. The cc.wardsh,ic ddmwr.Jr mier.


SSTARVATION.-ThRi't tiroeitened'stftVia:
tion is coming upon"us. Eighteen- 'hn-
dred barrels of flour, and some five or six
hundred head of cattle,-oaic into out port
yesterday-all of Southern production.
Tbere isa plenty maor coming. The vast
prairies and inexhaustible crops of Texas,
for this season alone, will feed the Wholo
South.-At 0. Delta. '
li. An Oregon paper mentions that
General Joseph Lane' .-..i.l.'.taall hoti
limself near his residence in Doulas
Comi. The ball entered' tlho lower part
of the breast-and nme'ont of the R liouldalr.
Tle wound is not considered mortal.


Tcfthe COption PlatiterI of T Floih. T 3 I 3 C(ia-itial -thie Northi
_0. . . ... 1 :
."1 -: SotU , A taUde shotwin t/c ',,/etri amount of/ --m ' '
Gentclemen: .r II... regular Annual Tuxall'.pperlty and lthhi ue slavess The Cl4rleston J'ercuy of the 0.lb
Meeting of the Cottou Planter'sConveduiot, i th .semcral countie. oi' Flor'du: inst., says:' A slrevd and, observantL-gen--..
beld in' Macon on te'll1th inst, a resoluin u 4 V \lcltne "o"1 0 a telearl of L rInl.m,.h An.'lo asiuj'i.t rdornr-
was passed -recommending. a Ifes .o\n- Colnmb. 1,' '" Colninba, 7 48.30 cd trom a somewhat extended trip tirongl
.tionofthe bt'on lantersofl' e 'onth, to Cloy, 57,: y, _8., the Norpeir, gives us some interesting 5ii.n
nmeet in Macon, Georg'ia; on the ath ofJuly Duval, 2.'..'. 0. 9.50.4O reliable accounts of the state of anfini io,
net. : , ... Ec.mbi, 8,107 tE,,i,, 420,71: that Section." WlIen he left New Yw '
0 au't ".. Frultnklin, 2,31M.1,1 I,'ranklin, 837.2.a) | 1 .. "7 .. *t 1.1 ( o n-
The undersigned have been appointed a GIdden, 4.200 42 Gd.a.len 2,806 78) (on the Ilth inst.) the ar' feolitinghad no4
cominiti6e to ive notice of these pro- Iamiton 1,91 ',_43 it lo abated a" whit in bitterness, and the senii-
ceedirii, a id'tiv te t people of tle Ii llW'r.ngh, lji,.749.r :T ',''',*. K 'i5 ment general among th e nasses was, hat
Strascs 'o s nud IpI d gates LO- t *at C. nven- .. . Iol e'.dieSouth : mus I 'b e. t;'tS:,O, h lb uut b1 brou-hit in!o ubn ii si,n, '
ti'n, t o ***..**7 J k" :" .-'o the Lincoln Government, at whatever
* o presumi it will require no fervor .f I on 8,8r79:, I [ Pc costof men or money. There -'s.'bt lit-
.. *'" f +" Idayt)'e ,-3D7.880 ,Ifbvette, ,1 4", e "" pli ie, -i.Ithe'-.*"l o
language, no special pleading, to impress on IT 1"' 57 l ,]1 14 v ta of pohti,.., and tie yiversal to,
the. planters of tt, e'. South. ..Lite.impoirtunce ] 'ietv 5F)t I6 Liirtn ; 30ll,2.50 ofconveriialion was the terrible condition
S Madisonn, 4,23t4,I0U9 iNdli, U e, Sa T ; ei prosuation of
of their promptly responding to this call. 'Mo,,,,. ]- o7 Mor, .- of th United S.otos. The prostration of
In tbc midst of i season of reimarkable Mriio i, 18 4 Altll nion, Northern Cpinmnerce is complete. The
fineI d lan p, 378.045 .11mnee, 1. .. flui- of i'noney from the South has ceased.'
Pecuniary prospetky, wfiund ourselves sdud- ,, , ,, i oofmoney from the Sehha, ceased.
Ne ljver 1 1,252" h ew a v, ',;08o 66 ,
detnly involved in a great rvoltion-i- NaesauI 2,5].258 Nassau, 717,870 iThe grain' markets of New E--ni l1nd and.
whin~ -a n ua l Ll .,, w ,-A m .4 ,.* "*|."*t* - *". fie] lu .: t, hi a T1 Lit,,
.d I lie, , r, . d". .. ; I...r .1 tll. 'i n .- I th uq..
-.in i h il f /r / .t'. ......, 7. .l . ...l ,, 'l ]'. r L< .IA ,,. : 1 L.I. d ... L-.f-] v i ..: . -. ar.... ]..a ,l a k


Extracts frmo Parivate Idtter.
We itave beenp permitted toextr'act from
a private letter,' received the pres'en"weeok,
the f81ld6wlIng interesting ii-.mx i .f ..,P .....-
tion respecting the crops in several States
of the Confederacy. 'Tlie writerr is a dis-
finguisho' literary gentleman, a resident
of Western Tennessee: he was in St. Aug-
ustine fivebet six.webTks since, ?,nd'has sub-
sequently visited Georgia, Alabama and

The icittur is dated, "JackFon, Tennessee,
June l4th lMrst he speaks o'f the Trbops'.
"Bristling bayonets, gleakfig blades,u and
shining epaulettes, are seen at eQerI poi. In.'
Although GeorgiA has Bent one hundred
companies ti bVirgioia, there remain still
many thousands in camp awaiting borders.
The "1Boys" only have gone as yet. The
people say they'do not riss t'li'em'froni the
.. -.. ., p.:..ulainr Georgia "is a 'redt
sO.I.: ,d \tr,. h isk ct .
Ti^B ~r~i ^^..'... -Tlc 4 -*-IA













tII ie ,at6t News?






\ICHMOs-, i "unse 2T.-It is reporteA
S*the ir Ik .4gt*lattie 'of Maryland lhas
tIh iotn ., 1"e' of secession. 1 can-
vouch foe, tl truth of the report, as it
taid to ha, ve un passed in secret ses -


-oUsvILTi, une 28.-It is said that
t'rittende willvtffer his conpro,,se to

ogress 't a t tetlt of the secession of
SKetucky if his ..n is not adopted.
Gen. lieaurega is evidently preparing
for an adn dtauu.

ItEitpu Jan.I I.-.ll i rll.
espi. j-'t INIsa ySL dim E,?. kI.'
dl'.Ad at B3jour 3J FlJ. ,, Lille'.
aid ;)0 iaken ru.riii Ls..'.s .... l.,i..'l

Lr ,i; r: c.' u' i 'l l, si I If r.'
LaB Sdltk.
200 Federals wer llled and, wounded
at Kansas City on i rday, and 300 prison-
ers eaptur .

GOiRDNDOsysVITE,i e 21.-An engage-
itsent tool place at 5 olek onf Wednesday
morning, between t companies of thst 3I
Tennessee rte.inter.t Id two companies Of
th4 '13th V;.; i ., nr.,. under Col.
auiiginD, on rh IS I: \'.)lluntoe'es, at
New Creek depot, 1 nilesaestofCuumber.
,and, on toe Baltimti, & Ohip r ItR,- and
u:bout 250 of thI e yc m in sight of sor
troops. The enemy -fired a few random
4hots and broke ant led. Oily one man
was wounded n on a ide. Tire enemy'S
lonsis unknown. captured two guns
and one stand of col ai.-
'Our troops' again hlid. Harpers Ferry
with 4 to 5000 Mna alders.

Ilau.to!oND June !.-On Thursday, in
the vicinity of Roin four companies of
Confederates, under o;nmuanud'of Col. Hill,
tacked 250 Fed lists. The Federal-
ist:s-tled, leaving tw cannon loaded and
spiked. There '-_ loss on the Confed-
ealc side. Several edIerlist s were killed.
.Another akirmisi Isas taken pslcee in
lthe neighborhood j-'anassas Juinction
'lhte Federdtists, fin isn tihe work too hIot
fsIr tlitn, loo!: to thl in heels. Lient. Col.
Blowen and Lieut.. -hase, of Petll- v'anii,
were taken prisoner,'and irec now in Rili-

anid esap-d. ,

WASHINGTON, JT.ne 21.-The Federals
are advancing on: lairfa: x (. 11. T'he N: i
Yuwrk 8th regimeII arc lICodinrg thie advanteiL
and n fight is ,;pee-. to night. .

tiUISViIL., Juiios 19.-Two tjsietiB;d)
tliss.-urit:ss are ceamnoped at Boonville,
::ud a thousand are-ot the opposite baik,
with artillery so plteed as to piatcnaiddt the
rivtr.
enu Ly-ons, the Jdetal hlader, is waiting.
for information i o ,,r .si ., -i whether he
will advance upon'them by tteP river or
not,

RICliniONeD, Jsit* S.-18-The reports of
fights and akiritillihes at- various points to
day :-c . t i.. l*; .,,t the fuliowing is thel
,n',"y one of whisi.lwe have receive reiita-
bie news:
,Col. 1axey flegg, with a reconnoiter
ing party, consisting of p-trt of tie letl
Itegiment of South Caroliuiasis, twq guns
sad two conppolies of horse, started on
gji'daIy nmornitgfor the Great Falls of the
iotomac, about twenty miles above Wash
ington., laturnig on, Msonday evening,
tliy. cane to i.,u., a statii on the
Ahcxand ia, Ieijd ,it. and Ilaumpshire Rail
-aia." Here theyy it a train bearing the
5oa.lh Ohio leguentl, McCook. The first
hire of (regg'sjpns detached six cars.-,
'he 'Ohiioanis flil, tsavinng seven killed
upin the field. N..- .. .-. injured on our
*id -.










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'lii -TI i. City on Wednesday the
2G ... t ANN'A- MARY HER-I
N ANDE, a;Iative of this place, eged Go
years. .
AfUit she nest in peare.

The i tiitcd ffSekles entc Ii t il-
Ihare 22 v ics at tihe extra session in
July. Ortli se.in attendance 31 will be
Republican und 15 Oppositins.


John I.. Philfli a 'ity Tr'ssIusrer
I Account withs thie City ot
St. Atgusline.
1881. D r.
SECOND QUARTER.
"'c s. Cts.


To balance on hand from first
Siuarter: 1.45 76
Fob 18, To caish rec. for 8 days
lire df jail for Lawrence
slave of V ,, .60
To cash reec [. ;. days
SJuil hire for Jacob a era-
zy Negro 14.40
22 To cnh reo'd from Cristo
b d hBra-o for License to
sell tspiritouI Liquors

Feb 1S62, Ofr oneo' year 10,0.0
" T6 oas roc'd fros B 1 '
C:srr for Lieense to sell
spirituous Liquors by the
quart and upwtards from
Util'Feb 1801 to 5th F'eb'
.1i62,foar oie year. 10.00



S '., i.. l ., .-0 sg


I, ... ,., I. i, ..

dan for relief of 1F It Per-
ter an indi,b lt person. 15.00
SMar. 2 To cans- rec'd iren Wil-
liami Pacetty for Licnso
to sell spirituous Liquors
by thequart and upw ir ls
S t. isltA 161 to 29th
I I, in.or one year. 10.00
8 of 6i-c imposed on

.4 a t prso 1' 5.00-
i 14 T c . .. 1

being revenue f.on Itice
and i h mtuaorke s' iqos
i oth ndisg *this day 12 47
t i To Mat of fino imposed on
Lewis CofI'd and paid by
Jsnees Colen. 6.00
5.00
"2 To asnt r.'d for cart Li -
cense from Syke o and r.
being for lixene 'omse IL
fromt 27th Fb 181.' 3.00
T* To anmt read for ear Li-
ceaie fromnM irs C Seolansa,

Apr. 0 To at of sale of old' Lui-




qi'r f onu year frotis, fro
Stni A w l t7th'cZIt 1Gl
six mntbs. ] 5.00
14 To amt of slevso nre-
o irid frott beesonid ti.-
intak-ts afor t e inrous is
ensuing this day. 137.87
T. To -4 slis JAil ftes at 20
S-. '- -* i-' -. -itd 1er cus-
n. a 1.00
"nn'8 en a.sh re'di ti'o oe p :



losi money ythsr t fron i




nlens of A forettitg An 0ni:t
- q so il t csis hoti 10

-, ,,. i .,,t ,slOSi41.0
Sr i .. 0 iti.n' ii .- In

into irhi, 2o1 1 .29
1100etty liio iiao eUt Pl''b

lo6l to oil liquorv by :Le
toisrt one A idurod. 5.00M 18: 2

328 e9
S ByEaponditnven. 214 60

To a .i..*.si I i .... 1 :4 U(

Examined and approved.
JAMES I SANCHEZ, 1 Con. l on
F. .Mc CA- TY 'Fianace

1861. d Cr.
SiCOND QUARTER,
v'ou.$Cns. (C'ia


Feb 23 By cash to Jmines 1;
Poune for work dlon oil
City property. 1 6 00
Mar 8 5y cash to oity Malshalns
being half of Find im-
psaed ess Joln Myers. 2 2.50
1 4 liy cash to City .l.ir-
shal being his mouth's
s-Lairy to I.te. 3 21.00
By cshl o Clo y Marshal
f.r cleaitiug ni u rdkuts to
date. 4 2.0Q
ly cash r-., 1 4. 2.f.
r lnutUly .I ...,.. 5 4.00.
h l cash paid City Mart,. -
shal being ialfof tPie11
iulposed on Lewis -- 6 2 50
1t By cash remitted to Jai
tole by order oounoil -7 2.50
I.. ,, I ,I .1 I .i .
'.. s,,u d y,. *.. ,., .. - 8' 4.17-
D '-y casn paittl. shellUa
y'lyio ctis tg aier nonilh-
ly allos-ance tp dat',. 9 4.00
.. .. ; l 'C;iE;l 4-1;:L Goui ez
bebhg her. monthly ail-,
nowance to dlte. 10 4.00
-J .. slI pnk Flciebt
i. beia4 iter in ihLis
ly Ialliwancec o, date. 11 4.00
i 80 -By cash paid city 1Mar-
shail couting`ect expen-
suo. 12 8.40
.Ipr.; 'y cash paid Jamuns B
s1'once tfr re-airing Mar
lk-t St:in. r 13 1.00
y cas-h pidl Win. Cappo
foir lusit u .t i:is ntn- I Ling
voscl ir Ih. -sirkent 14 3.10
14 By cao taCid city sc v-
essc- tfo. his services
*.. dale 15 22.00
a+ + i . .I .. ..I, hIs i
monthly dllowatnce to
d.ite. 16 4.00
SlIy cash p:i city Mar-
s.lil hin mouia's salary t
t.o date 17 20.00
Ily citspi paid city Mar-
hail f r cletiing Mar-
kets to 'lIe. 18 2.00
l a" By cat. jemid city Clterk
lhia uoNalhs salatry tu


date. .- '10. 4.17
S Ly casli paiJ ,- .i, -
'luymo hor ihriiii '
lolvance to date. 20- 4.0.0
S 22 it, i I. t. i i '

surer's Aceounts. 21 12:68:,
May 14 By cash paicdeity Clerk's -
salary for month end-
ing this dsy. 22 4:17
"'By cash1t pid Glerk fe r
strs writing and for
posting for quarter cnnd-

. . I 28 5.00
S ." By cash paid I Tiboll
Th tneo her monthly at-
10i.tsnilo atr. 2.4 4.00
" B lns .id Moselyhis
nn'itthly allowance to
dtto. 24 '4.00
SBy cashpaidschool und .
for hire of lower part of
school b'iljding by Co0n"
cil for quarter ending
tlis day. 26 18.00
S" y tcasi paid Clerk for


,., i Jr II,[. ,iday s.j "

AI... r .n I' -.L'n I .- -
S t : 1 1n 1 It i i ) t -
.l h.sli p.n en .n s M -ii -

shal for cleaning Mlar-
kels for nonith ending
it's dAiy. 29 2.00
I" J cash paid expenses
incurred in the the, ii-
vestigltlion h eld by the
Mayor in tlie case of
Jtin omes a slave Ifor
iieft. 10' 4.25-
By cash paid pror'ata
s* tare of exsen.ss in-
ncu'redi before ilay"s
Colct' for "E'vo" a slave
in in'vesligaling hie n;i-
nnerOS I ]out 'Ln (on;)itniLttLcIl
within te city fur alo'his.
past. 31. 4 33-

1TsEA SUi.RER CO'I MSIOsS.,
$ Cits.
On receipts $183.23c.
2I p. et. 4.58
On expend. 204.32,.
21 p. cent. 5.10 0.68

"$214-JX




ecoiiimnt m'withl se Schopl- FiHid
of the 1City of' St. Augustine.
1861. Dr.
SECOND QUARTEIL.
$, Cts. $ Ct.
'cb, 1 i'.s lidance in hands
'Iis doe. .


-SEND FOIL A SPlM't'1 N Is 5 R Oh



I" ILLUSTRATED

LADY'S NEWS-

PAPER. -
THE OGY-.LADY'S NEi-l'-SP'A 1'E.PUBLOSII
ED IN il' UNITED ST ATES.
Speolthen nimbcers sent, post-paid, on lthe re
ceipt of a three centa emi. '
J: H. tiiYAM & CO.,
I 1ltSouith Third S811el,
S Nov. 3. Ptiilno lelpiin, l'na.
.... .. . . .. ...- -- : . e-
LN TIlt: CItCUIT (JOURIT. ASTERN CIR-
CUlT OF FLORIDA, PUTN1AIM COUNTY 1861.
ni ICliancery.
RobinsiQn,Cooper,
vsRobn Co. Coop Bill for Divorce.
Mlary .Cooper. I
T having been made satisfactorily to appear
j by .... defertdant is residing
il slie '' .'i I .. 1 i wilt in the State of
Pl't .-id.ls It 10 n-dor nel ilnt tn i.t (,.fonnlt tne
i.. ll ... I .i I ... S.. ....


,.n lh .i,'n1. t ,I. n I. n ... '.|, I nI0
nE


i. .I r M ,'0 1,l. i t I I , ... i l
,. ., i E si, ei-sit ,,-,t. 11 i. ,il ,s I i. ,h .'.
nlly$lJttO- lte lOregitt g Is0 li M itO I I t cOIunCeel
copy of order of our honorable Court, aund lhat
the original i* now oun file in my office this 14thi
day of' Feb.' 18i1.
JOiIN C. iiliLLAN, Clerk.
l'rr J. IV. VWo-td, ltepiuty.
S(. Augustine, 1Marchl I, 18 1. 11
Tl.:1I L C :,Iv : L,:,' E. ,:.
S. .. I a ,le
,. I,- I. dnay of June next int front of
1 ,.., i ,.' te.. ,,, h City of St. Ang.ui ine.
between ithe usual hours of Sale. A Lot in
Marin Street, assessed to Margaret Conb, for
ycor 1869, said Lot is bounded on the East.l by
Ithe Bay, South by Lot of T. 0. Holines, ani
West by tarin Street.
Unless tite Taxes and Expenses thereon, are
paid before the day of Soale. -
A. ). lROGlIIROl Siff. & lEx. Off.
Tax Assessor and Collector of St. John's
County. March 2 1861
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in T Jly.


R iver Line.




tlHE STEAMER





0' 3 U. W 9 1 1 'AT a u CU


Notice.
ix mnutthla nfter date I shalt prespot my nr'
, ioints i ad vouchers nas Adlteinivnr;Ior "es
tlio. State or .hm esI iz L C onf St. John
county deceased to the Jud.ge or i ,r ", I
Johns county and ask forlit final .i. I i -i
said Administration.
JOSi,;PH 6. FERRFIRA,
JOH Adiiiisu'5t or.
St. Augustlin June22, 1861.


Notice.
CilX months ater date I shall present my Ac-
counts and Vonctirhs as Administrntrix of
Il r E'isLatei o' t'ltLiSTINQ ;LEONAt)DV lalce
of St. Joni's. 't)nly decaasol. to John JI.,
Phillipa Jud. P .' I .' ... ..
and sk fn ,,,.,i i i, .* ,I kl lfo.ir
urntion. ROSA LEONAIIDI'.
J.nse 15 181.


Nottie.. 2-

i I. ii .-. -1. i i r. 1
itr a r iAie .' ['.iNI-EL Of Ul tmr. it;r. ai.
Jl.i.-.1 I .'.I i e.t '! 6'l J.'-.-', '.Bal-'Jt, st5 1 *
1l5 it a rn. l ,i..ii'ht i i... i,'i,, .'dd \jiliis I rtht, i.


.hI.,r:,,, ,, .. .!
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Notice.:

SIX Montlihs afltr dafte the Undersignedc will
Sprescntihis niaml incounts and vouchers to
the JIslge of Prlobate of St. Jhin's Countt so
Executor of the Estate of LA)DE.'SLA.DAll':YS;
le to ofsaid lCouny decesnta, tni aLat lhe-manit
timne and place askfor his disclmhorge.
B CANOV-A,
January '5 1801. Sxecutor.


Notfce,

SIX months after dnte I Islall present my
accounts and.voouhers as Exee tor of tho
Estate of John Drysdale late of St. Johns coun--
ty deceased to tle Judge of Probateo of St.
Johns county, and at the same time asck to Io
discharged from the administration of said
Estate.


Marebh 8, 1801.


JOHN BEARD, Executor.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
LL persons having clanns against the Es-
ato of L I1. Dryvsdale late of St. Johns
county deciased arc notified to present tchem
duly stthenticated, wit in t hetint Iprescribed
by law, or tIlis notice will be- plead in bar of
their recovery.
And all persons indsted to the Estate are
requested to 1,... .,, I" .

Administrator.
May 25, 1861. 8w
NOTICE.


MaIy 1 1 ti snpa tat rec, ived l ( ,lj li 111E BfIt t, l\ n..i.l .i I ... i ...1 Ir. il to the
.m y or on )e .Ice ,-..l ees ]i..,, ., i ,. ..,.. ty Elori-
Sll, r l .., ... "sehve I,, , ,.. i,,1 ...,.s of Es-
&ii uis o School 1u.:til ag -, i, 8 i \t 9 .. tasle of MOSES 1i ljV late of said, County
fir ldt iart1 ettdig 18.00 vor A L8.00 LAi ; td interndi, ... L. LEe End gs.. dece ed
Mug1.0D- t -Ittk ot wilts .Admiiistrator.
Son .,' I '. .' arriaiug in .!u:lkonT o le Nov. 8 60 iGm. A

,.nt ,,,' ,.t,,ee It h h th iCnrs
}. [v lakouil O husay1 a 7 A. 11.


i NO. LOTT' PHIilLi'S.

Examined and approved.
S JAMES 11. SANf1ITEZ, im.. .mt
-F. Ae Il'.k IT S. Fitunnce.
'.\. Cr.
SECOND QlUATIERK.
Vout. $ Cts. $, Cts
Mlay -14 y casAl returned t:


stid Fvnd for furnishing
materials find building a
snuIll out-house ons
seiool Lot, on the 22 of
UOtobhr 180i. 1 G9 GO
Turascran's CouitMssioNs.
0.
On Receipts 5$18 at
2N per eent 4d
On Exip'd. $19.60c.
'at 2 per ceut. 40. 9


$2L0.54

June 22, 1861.

.. V. Ilenamndez.

MERCHANT TAILOR,
Ils just returned from Savannal, with a frelsh
und elea!nt Stock of goods, whiet to itpropared
to rtke to order, iI the most Sasltionable enaL
S;tisfteclory manner.
it eittlir 1 18(;.




V'IA SAVAN-NABII'.
'. TiE STEAMER1





CARO. LIN A,
CAPT. T. J. LOCKWOOD.
w I-T 1 ,- ri. i.,u Titirsday, ot 5 A. M.
V .' .* M. Feriaudina, 11 P.
Al. ahd Siavannais, IFridey at 6, P. M. mariving
at" Chatk-rlsm Saturday morning.
l'asige from Palatka aud Picolatit to Chittr-
lestoni. $0),0-1
'- Ja-ksonville lto Oharleslon, 8,00
Fer. ] wlin to ia-.niith, 1S ,i
." 1 t hsrlestoi u ,nil
Sat metvalt i Cha!trlestoni, ,00%
). .J. TAYb )il,

S TII. L i Agent
Chairlestot. h. C.
Mnarh 1 1861. Sl3



TltE undersigned offers for sale, on easy,
j -i. rms her fintevet in. the Real Estate of
SMOSE. .1 LEVY (degsaied late ..t i .r. .'.-
CG nipriinig some of the -choicest : ,, 1 i I..
State. I'tr particulars apply to S. L. Burritt
JackstotYille lr -i I countyy Florida.
April *.i R. A. PRIiETTO


i i ;" L -yiLI.L and In- 'l29. +lo
llenur in t-loeiv'l siMellaivitle at .5 o'clock A.
31. tio T`.tlBDAYS, arriving at Jackiicoville QSHALL WWHITE MEN RULE
hy' -I t. ., oc Suiu-lays R IA
Fdt lt"It REI(iT oriPASSE: C!FItS landed at AMERICA !
any poitit ui tihe IRivr. passengers "by Ihis -
li.s. are .trried direcly through, without re- Tie .'*.p i' ti' the Times ?
S a. lhisn'..'lTtiU lE, Aget, T THE WEEKL-Y DArY-.O.O'K
Jacksonville. IF Ot 18 6 .
Nov. 8. 1680. ly. _
*. . t i, 'eat money crisis
.\N' i i. ln '' ". I 'il i. i 1 1 .L' .,. a .tth.,: ...., er, W EKLY D.Y-IuuKI
,:TTr .. i ousand subscribers
I'LOLltDAk ST.JOtHN'S '-CO TY. during the month of January, 1861, an increase
In Chancery. over the corresponding month of last year,-
Elozabcth Newman, I,. "-- .... .. i-- n ...i discussing the great
vs. I' Bill for Divorce. *, 1 J .... I hlie African race on
John J1J Newiniin. J this Contihent, and repakdiating the delusions
ILL ofuCoiplaint being filed in this Case, that the anti slaoTiy press liunve foto!rled, while
S anittlitppleriingtothe Satisfaction of clue r .- u srthat
Uourt tlititlieDIelfcdaut John 1. Neowniu re .. 1.1.. ltepub-
.I' int ii.., I .u i;.u lictu party, is becoming the great want elf the
', ( i, 1,. I1. I, i. ,,l. ,r,,,I ,. Limest.
.1,.1 I i.. .. ." ,. I i. I i hard Tun DA -Boo Iholds tilat this is a govern-
,. I I ,I .' l I i i -,e first mnento fn rE t Es N, A d thatitnferiorily of so-
i ,, I said cial iad political position for the negro race,
_'lInlh, s'ad o. I ,. i i. i appear '" the hitoc race, is the natural .
Si ,, I j. ,,, ofCom- Society.i A l who swanto
,. ., I ... I day, or a Decree wi'l c! reTI-eTsolE AliicOUMENTS O THE ANTI-SoL.VE-
Thereu1pon pss in the same min aero as if" 1 itine s,1 and understand the negrqo o question,
it l.ul...i inn n i y.d was presently in io1d read it. Democrats, Constitutional men
. ,1 li .. I .. .. i at a copy oflie neust see to it that sound papers are circulated
nbove(, I i. .. I.- snews- AMONG TH PEOPtLE, or epublicm priuii-
pper t 1 t u ....- i.s .inmoths pls will ni ver be pui down* -
before ,,. I,, ,., ...... Ti iE WEE KLY A.Y-1OOKfor 1801 htas been
d '. 1 n-, J-ge greatly itsproved and several new-features ad-
SI.idl. Drnham Clerk off SaiCircuit lmaletini a BUSINESS AMILT AND
SD.vid*, rtinlm litheK foregofNig tis LtIEEAAI VEISPA.PEl, All comshiieid .siq
.... I ... ..yder in this Ca.se imadethis li,"td eaperraole tltany other paper
i I *' .. .. rIStiulR pattl isAd D
Witnoc.s myhaiuidanld, the Seal of said Court T LiRLS-CASII IN ADVAyCE.
atSt. Augilstinetheday anyeuarabove.vritle.l. O: 1' 1 1 n ..0... i .- t 0
D.ALID DUsHAuM, Clcrtk. T ... .1 h I 1 00
Marc list .1 -ft it n' 't t b ol00
i t* L 2000
LIBERALOFFEfS.-F- 7 r
Tax Collecter'stSale. a I ', or .Y OER ES ,. u- a


,-,I I ... ''. ... .. ... I '"t-I.. I ... I I ,

A House and L .. ssessedto will take.it, and use their efforts of still further
A. W. Walker, .. J -, i I 1 of Theo. increisen ias circulation, 'Th'is offer, however,
D. Lowtier, iast, by daid Strel, Soouth by only applies ito anc club of five, at each office and
Lot of lia'nardo Segui, andl West, by -Maria lIenIco, the fiust whosends will be entitled to the
Sanchez b Ceet:. gratis copy. Ailer a.club of five is foreiod, or
UnIcss thh 'T'es fur year 1860, and 1861, where a club ins.lres.ad dformed,.aul.ilions cai al-
and 'lIs.ieues thereon alt paiti before the. day ways bennsde to it it 4.e ido.jar each sucnb.r,
, S3ile. A. 1). ROuttEO, be they-one or many. Specimen coyeess sent
SShff. iEs Oc. free.
'I.x Aassessor and ,Collector of St. John's. l'aynoet is required invariably is AviaxArn,
Counly. M-reh 2 1i81. and the paper is.';lwas s discontinued at the,
._ 2--i. ..'i ., '. tae of aadvance pcPayment.-
J(iJSt Ii-JEIVED. '- .." .. senitraes. i.Sbs.'riptions ca
PA-ULDING' Sprepaiad Glue, for immediMt co -mence at any .thie. tlt, are safe
Suse, Chuice extracts for flavoring, miz: "haln 1 I "L : 1 r .. ='l. r
.. l' t. ted-by Po-lnmast l r I 1-- I u J-
.1 'i ll-' * '- *' 1 I I Li, *" "',,,Ix, acquainted W ith t t I .' *1 ..
.. .. L *, i .... ... ,. t e they can certify, incase, they are lost, that the
ders, Congress Water, Epsoit Salts, Castor Oil' mon'uy wes cecitainly enclosed and sant, it is at
Feotun, aGunarabic, Mace, Cloves, Cassia. our ri- k.
Sept. 1i- U. E." C.il, CLI:.:YMS N anldTAE.LCsiRwillKhercafter
-. be turnithed the WEEKLY DAY-BoO K for ONE
GUAVA JELM Y. DOLLAR per .e. .. i- I .i .i
1-N Boxes. Olives, Capers. Pickles; Munstard. All orders sliould L. an.ii -. I :, I '
L ted 'epprr, fireenc .. .I 'Iztutia. giving post ofliie, county and state in ftull:-
Currant Jelly Preserves, H ...', i., scaled VAN-EVRIE, liHORTON & CO.
i" -' ire'sh Salmon 11i-e'Water, Bayv Ium. 142 Nassau Street New York.
S 3 C. CAR,: Mar.h 211861.


Post 4Ofice Notice.
} ~iF '- i ,,,1 o 'l ,' it '; ,7,4i t -, ... -
I i Il .' , *., ,-j i .. I I ... ,
1, 1i., l i .r'. i ,',i . -, .. .-t
io ,l ..'- n it t ii j to ; i, 11,--- usl ei
.' .'.'..- -','* -" .'. i r Seni-. "
Weekly, Ti- eeIly and Daily in proportion,'
Such being he iinsAtruini) of'the' Plstniastei
General ofthe Confodirate Statesof AsAerica.
LAWtANfCE ANDIREU,
l'i-l 3lasler..


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TI.r CHESNUT OIGOVE WBIJSKEY.
I I'Le-P ir,- t -led..',sl !sltt, i ,r, ir k .:'r. I
.ii r i.r.. -,htri t.I rs. o... nI s nis,. tuIan I ,.



bstedj ., 1 ... .. I. ,, i 1,1 "-., it nl e-rl nicans
beeatllh, h'he tis received a Diplosma froi the
STfATR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, and ,ad-
ditional testip5oy, frhoom DR. J.ACKfJIN, A if :oS -
ton, who testifics under onthl tu its ahbohi;e
purily.
CERTIFICATES.
Philadelphiai, Spt. olii, 185.A
We hive e.in; of'lly tested thes-aiple oef 'hes-
nllu Grove Whiskey which you sent us and find
that it conltins noi nfsthe lPoie ien. s Soubsanno
knwn nrs Fuil Oil, which is-the a-irsnc elerisit
and iuii, lions ingredient of thle whiskeys in
general use.
BOOTH, GARRET & CAOMAC,
Analytical Coemists.
New York, Sept. 3rd, 1851.
I have analyzed a sample of Chesmtt Grove
Whiskry, received from .iNr. Clharles tlhuton,
Jr., of Philadelp ia, and having carefully tested
it, I am pleased to state that it is entirely fAre
from poisonous or deleterious shubstanors. it
is an itnusally pure and fine flavored qualily of.
whlskey. -
JAiMES 11. CIIILTON,
Analytical Chemist.
Boston, MAarch 711I, 1859
1 have made chemical analysis of- conimer-
cial samples of Chesnut Grovse Whiskey. whihi
proves tobe free from ie heavy Fusil Oils, inut
perfectly pure and unadulcateraed. Thie fine
flavorof this Whiskey isderived from tle Grain
used in manufacturing it. Respectfully,
A. A. A. IIAYES, M. D., tatessayr.
No. 16, IBoylston Stree'."
For Sale by 1B. E. CARR,
-ST. AUGUSTINE,
Sept. 8, 1860. ly,

SHaE IFF'S SALE.-
13jY virtue oe ad"'Eeetion issctd out of] ti,
SCirruit Court for th countless oif Vol'sia ianid.
BretiLrd in theEfstern Ciruit t of Fl o.ld& ant tc'
une directed and delivered in favor of William i,
Giles et. al, vs. Rufus K. Sewall and wife, Ilhae e.
I)'.. 2 ,- r:, ~' t'-,i -,i,- ; .t 1t, ot ,,
o1 I 1,ii ", ,'" 4,,, lh.. te, f -,i tll '+
l, owing described land, to wit -Au un divided-
interest of Ive Th40.'tusan tlhite Iloldredi aall
Tlsirty-tlhree Actj-, bei.g thIe sti id pls t'e'r-
tain griantoflndecontaining l(i,00u act:etntno-,.
or int s aid Btrevrdnt cnntv it'nreI to Sl. tlin-'
Miles t. ', I ,! ,, I I 1 0 l S 13 untl caltir t-
ed to I I... I . . .
'Thl novel salus is po:,oned unt!l the I;t,
,Monday in May.
The above sale is p.ostp(,ued unt iliithe firs.r
Monday in June. .
The above s:il is postponed until tlie first
Monday in July.
Thie above sai e is postponed until he t ir i ,
Monday in August.
The above sale is postponed until the first-
-Motnday in September next.
The above sales postponed until the firsi
Monday in October -next.
The above sale is -pstponed until Ihe firsr
Monday in November next.
'Th- bovo sale is -postponed until thlie firs
Monday in December next.
The above sale is postponed untiil tle. lirst,
monday in January next.,
The above sale is postponed until the firs.,
Monday in February next.
The above sale is Postponed until the. firs
Monday in iMarch next. '
Tho above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in April nest.
The above sale is postponed until the first
monday in Mayyneot., -
Thst altove.s.ltq .ijt.postponed until thq .first,
monday ill June nup,.
Tlhe above sale is postponed until the first,
lMonday inll Jly next.
The above sale is ..postponed until the. first,
MIdoday in August next.
The abec ie sale i os poplied until the firct,
Mndaioy in 8epiember snexa.
The altove salt ii.poslponed until the first.
Monday in Oetoer next.
The above sale is poned until the first
Monday in Decvember next.
Th'ft aba.e ato i. s litstreiusel s until llie fnri-
tMuldy in Decrrioctr soxt.
T. he lbovee sale is is postponed .untilAhe frLt
Mlontdny in Janlaryy 1861.
Si,.. above sale is postponed iunlil the first
-, t t-Ffebniary.
i above sal is pos.lponed until the fusi;,

'. .' .. "is postponed until tie first
Mloindty in April next..
The above tile is postpooaneot until t1f1 firse -
Monday in May.
The Above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in June.
Tihe .Above sale is postponed until tie firBst
MonJd.y in July. '
Wm.iB. DAVIS,'
Acting, Sheriff Brevard County.
March 5th-1859.
WINES AND CIDER.
EHOICE CLAEET, Cider, Ale, l'orter, Le-'.
men Syrup, Raspberry Viftegar, Gingr
Visue, Cherry Brandy.
April 20 1861, . E. CARK.

IRON WARE.
-i,L'-r T.t iA ni. l.ikes Ovens, Spiders,
I. a i 'lC w 'A. tl Irons, Co M ills,,-
l'*, . n :, Gjrdiro s &c. .
,i .1 l. E. CA tRR.


JUST received a lot of choions IIASt, Lard,
p ~ .1.1..,, Chieese, Crockers, bags Family
April 018,61. B.E.CARR.


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-FUPNITUREl FURNITURE I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
BY



(Formnly H. P DEPeR P,)
So. S fo6 lilY.W faiw ork.
This Qtalitihmeat is asistories iniheiglit, and
estnds id feetsthroughtoNo.ti6. Christio.troetl,
a sing it on of the
LARGES PITFRNITURE .LOUS3ES
in.thi United States.
They i ,k-pp. I .- f." great i.duacemntit;
te the '-.. i. r i.-n or Tire.-
T'h.,ir Stio k ,sts*.-ts, in p r, p t< s
* stoseieveoti,
laEhoglanot ,,
AsndWaliuat
PARLOR ID OIIAMIBEi I.t8R-
S' ITUIR ...
Al". C.o, and Woon SEAT work, all qiail-
tioes; laiRl, lrsa amnd SptuIuNc .IAtTTREUSSe, a
lrOe tokLUL; ENAMLetft CsAMBEUe F'URct-rta,
i oaem, frmn $22 to $100..
Jemny Lind and Extension Post
HIedstcals ,
6 feet wide, especially for the Southern Trade.
Their facilities fotr manufacturing ldey cort-
etition. -
Te.ALL WORK GUARANTEED AS RE
PRESENTED.-a
No Goods Retailed on Tirme.
Iarch 10-1860 Sm.


-New Goods.

50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
l at noo prepared tco oiler to my aold rieda
of this Ancient city aid'St."Johos rcouty a
3ios1 Splendid assortment of fall and winter 1try
itoods at very low prices for cash or city ac-
tphaces at sixty ad ninety day.s credit with
approved endorsers. Orders from iny country
nretds accompanied with the cash ,will be
promptly attended to with great care and atten
i ton to give entire satisfaction to ithe purchaser
ly country friends maLy rely upon It tf they
send 1m orders for dry goods that they will be
put up wittl great oa,'eand attention to give eon
ire satisfaction to the purchaser. All amounts ,
1urchased at this house over twenty dollars
Iwili be allowed alive per ceut. off, for cash.-
'1-us laV here a iisti l aw lW oft my large as
urtimaut of od, ,
DR 1 GOODS -
consisting of Frmoch broad Cloth, Doe skin Cas
timure., 'ilut cloLha, SaLuetts and K. Joan,
Tweed Gloth, atrncy Cassimers, Ladies Cloth,
ersob of all &Iolors, Figured and plain Delanesa,
grey'ianketm, negro Islankets, English Moerns
uoti, iouoinaw ibiuhket, Negro Kersey, iori
moch Prints, Ladies and misses Hose, Gent
derino under Shilrts, Fancy Cloaks, Mourning
Delains, iGents Aeruo s ialftiose, French aud
Engdiih Ciambrics, Red and White Flanneels.
Ik NELSUN


Mexican Mustang Liniment.
}Qatrinswi virtue lone could insure tite success
wih this article lifthas ttaind. For 1lihemta-
tism, Salt Rheu o, Burts, lruises, Stiff Joints,
or "aid, Sproin, Pole Evil, and Swellings .upon
Heorea, it has 1o equal. No person will be
without it who has once tested its value. "And
with reference sLthe general estimation of the
Mustang Liniment, I cancheerfuily say that no
article aver performed so imany cures in our
neighborhood as'this. L. W1. iMIT1I, lidye.
iol/, Coten.'" LEITCH, Esq., lydeparlk ,Vt.,
writes, "Lthat the horae was considered worth-
ie, bhiscaseewas spavin), but since the free use
dite Alu ctag Liiiment I have sold him for
l50. Your Linimenot is doing wonder. up
here." Such testimony is reauoting us every
"ay. The half is not Lot. Every family
should have it. Beware of imitattons. The
equine Mustang is sold by all respectable
uealerf throughout thie world.
A-N.ESi PAR itK, Proprietors, New-York

S TAR, ,,'S

VERMIN EXTERMINATORS.
I'IE
'-ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN,"
Destroys Instantly
EVEI"Y FORM AND F( I. L *:,i

Vermin.
"NOT DA'KGuEnoU TO Tirin uciMAn FAiILY.'
"BATe COME UVt OF To E O n ilTt o l e's To .g

"Costar's"
'Costar's" Rat, Roach, &e. Extermina-
tor.
'COostar's"
"Oostar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
"Costar's"
"Costar's" Electrio Powder, for In-
sects, c.
...-- STOYS INSTANTLY
Ratq-Rochtes-Mie--%lMol.s.-. Ground Mioe-
Bed Bug--Ants-Moth--MosquitoeeL-Pleas
*-Isects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c., &c.
in short, every form and species of

,Vermin.
10 Fears eptabliahed in New York City-used
by the the City io't-oilice-thlq Cit ;si; ".,
ahd Station Uouse-the City Steamers, -*i.t.,
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor,3' "St. Nicholas,'
Aq.-satd by more than 20,000 private fami-
lies.
SfA Druggists aud Ietailers everwhere sell
them.
"* Whosale Agents in All the large Cities
and 'Towns;
"t..s . itWARtEt ! of spurious imitations
'Wi $21.0 Sample lloxes scut by Mail.
y.r Address orders-or for Circular to Dena-
lerd" to
Ele KRY It, COSTAR, PRICIPuL,. DFtroT,
612 luoAe'wAy. (pojsitc St. NibololI'Hotel;i
N.k .
--U LeD BIY E, CAROL.
l.i'rcu 2-1861. ;. i.

NiAPL8 SVGQ4..-Just reeoBived.
Augus 18, B. R GARRB


Health and Happiness Seciredl
,siNO MEN who ar0 suffering froe the ef-
ects ofself-abuse, can be surely and permtanen-
v restored by using-*
The Concentrated Cure!
A CERTAIN AND POWERFnUL aRE.aDY FOR WEAK-
NESS OF THIe
PlOCREATAIVIE ORGAN S.
It is prepared by
AN NMINEiT rHYSIoIAN OF TtIS CITY,
And has long been known here as
THE ONLY REMEDY
That would surely and permanently restore to
aoatural Stateof health and Vigor, persons
weakened by excess, or by
THE INDISCRETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH.
Ahis preparation is note STIMULENT, but
A PURELY MEDICINAL REME-
D Y . - -
The affilied are invited to try it.
IT WILL SURELY CURE.
Send for a circular first, read it carefully, and"
thenyounwill send f6r the medicine.
PRICE PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
Can be sent by mail. Onoe vial will last a month..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
A. CIR GER, AosET,
No. T42- Broadway, N. Yj
tor Salo by Druggit EBeoywhere..
-r--:o;--

"QUACKERY EXPOSED. "
A valuable Medical Trealise on disease and
weakness'of the SBBXPAL ORGANS, by
A FRIEND TO ItHE PEOPLE.
For Sale as above. Price 12 Cents.
Should be-read -by everybody.
September 1, 18U0. ly.

THE NEWSPAPER OE. THE
SOUTH.
Thed Charleston Mercury.
gives thie latest and most reliable political, com-
mercial and general news from all parts of the
world. Its special correspondents furnish by
Mail and Telegraph, full and early accounts cf
everything of interest that transpires in the
great cities of Europe and America.
The sews of the South receives
special attention.
Politically, the MEnrory represents the Slates
Rights resistance clement, and advocates the
anion of the Southern States in maintaining
their security. ...
Daily Mlercury, 1 year iri advance; $10,00
Tri-Weekly ", 5,00
No paper sent unless the cash accompanies the
order.


Nov. 10 1800


R. B. 1IIETT, jr.,
Charleston 8. C.


NEW YORK PIANOS.



t H. CHAMBERS'M

PiANO FOPWCES.
ESTABLISHED IN 1828j:
T. H. Chambers, Pigeo Manu-:
factirer,
(Formely Dubois & Stodart, and Dubois,
lr Bacon & Chambers.).
WaeroonB in the "Bible House,"
Ceor. St Street & 4th Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase. Orders
by letter faithfully executed, and perfect satia-
faction guaranteed. .
A. B.-Send for a circular, with description ol
styles and schedule of prices.
March 81-1860. 3m.


AGENTS WANTED;

In every County of the United
States,
TO engage in he sale of some of the best nnd
most eleganLly illustrated Works published.
Our publications are f the most interesting
h1ia1t -, adapted to the wants of the Farmer,
M.ehasicls'audMerchanL; they are published in
the best style and bound in the mest substantial
mn _nr, aud are worthy a place in the Library
of ever-Bdusehold inu the Land.
3@. Tomen of enterprise and industrious
habits, this business offers an opportunity for
profitabre employment seldom to be met with.
ft" Persoas desiring Sto act as agents will
revive promptly by maottlulpartieulasape .orms,
Utc., by addressing
LEARY, GETZ & Co., Publishers,
No. 224,North Second street, Philadelphia.


'ETGETABLES, Peas, Corn, &e. &c.
V E. CARR,
sept. 22--180o


N. R OGERO
( BENT' S- CORNEllU.)
S AS on hadl every lending iraindot ihea dny
Give his acalland exantinefor yourselves
Dec. 5.

JOSEPH V. HERNANPE,

MERCHANT TAILOR.
A WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, that he is always
. prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they tmaty favor him with. lie has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most fashionable Goods, such s superior
French black, blue and brown Clulhits, black Doe
Skin, and Fancy Cassin.tdis, Vastings, Neck
'ies, &e.. "". '
All orders executed in the best style of work-
manship, for cash only.
LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
300 Acres situated about G miles from St
Augustine Fla., and one mile from boat
navigation. This tract is heavily tim.
bred with Li've Oak fit for ship building, and
is adaptedto the cutivtition ofany vrops grown
in the southern country. Also 80 acres of Land
situated about 17 m.les south of St. Augustine,
a place called Fish's. For further particulars
apply to F. P. FEltREIRA.
St. Augostine, July 14,1]860.

INPECTINE,
The Pesin Fever Charm.
1,or the prevention ald cure of Fever and
Ague ard Bilious Fvers. This wonderful re-
medy was brought to the knowledge of the pre-
sent proprietors by a friend who has been a great
traveler in Peroia.and ithe Holy Land.
perilnced a severe attack of Fever and Ague..-
On discovering his condition, one of the Boat-
men took front his person an Amulet. saying.
'Wear this and no Fever will touch yo'u." Al-
l .. i,; a. 1 ,! . .. . '. l ,.|. .,
always found itan effectual protection from all
malarious ofitplaints.
On-further investigation he found that tihe
boatman attributed to it miraculous powers, and
said that it could ontl 1..: .ji.-r.ni; rr-ct 'i.
Priests of the Sun. .-......,-6o ai-r17,r.Ji. ,'.IA
gentlemanin conversing with a Priest obtained
from him thesecoret of its preparation, and "a-'
certained where the medicine lierb s were found,
of which it wnys compounded. The wonderful
virtues of tlli article have induced a full be-
.lief in the minds of thle natives in the miracu-
l.'- ,' ..- - t t iteir Priests.
1 '.. -, ....r, i iterica, it him been tried
1' I, t i" "t'..t by several Ladies and
Gentlemen of high character, who JlIve given
itthe most unqualified praise. This remedy
having been a speeiitp in Perosia for iStsdreu s pl
yearn, for the prevention and care of Fever
and Ague and Bilious Fevers-is now offered
it itl 1,.: ..-. t. itail, prepaid, with full
directions for use, on reCli'it one dollar.. .
Principal Depot and Mlitnuftitory, 185' Min
St. Richmond. VY.' Btanch Office; Blnk'Lo um-
- ., rc bI ln.-. New York. Address.
J 1 1 JOHN WILCOX&
July 14iSo. 1y.


Prospectus of the Daily and Weekly
Observer.
Be- SUCH EWiLL BE THE PRO-
F.ems of our city from this date, and such
it'the increasoetl.ithtest manifested amonng
odir business men for the establishment of
a liaily paper in this cit~, that we find it
absolutely necessary to commence the b'pub-
lication of the DAILY O SERVER ON
TILE FIRST DAY OF THE ENSUING
MONTH, SEPTEMBER. It will always
zsaloosly, but respectfully, coo6ptratce with
the Democracy of Florida in maintaining
the principles of theto party within its limits.
All State interests and whatever will add
to the prosperity off or young eid growing
State will receive due attention.
The interests of our beautiful and grow-
in. city will be looked after with coustant
solicitude.
Let it be distinctly understood (hat the
OBSERVER will always contain the very
latest news of the day, reports of markets
and carefully selected matter of value and
purity for Sthe family circle. Particular
attention will be given to matters and things
occurring in AlAnaa and Filrida.
- TEREtSE- -- -
DAILY OBSPEVEa. $10 00
WEELLY do 2 50
Postmasters throughout tihe Ugited States
acting as our Agents, will receive a com-
mission of 20 per cent on all motley triahs-
mitted tous.
MARZON1 & JONES.
Pensacola, Aug. 2d 18'60.


TR ( Os Ni f 1. i
THE NEW YORK KEROSENE OIL CO.
(ESTABLISHED 1854.) -
Announcet .tat, having made gent improye-
meni 'in" the manufadure of Kerosene, 'they aire
now enabled to offer itrto th Trtfde at
A REDUCED PRICE.
Tho attention of customers is respectfully
called to the ..i..T'...ti ,tle the result.ofa
photometrical .:..i...t'.t.:.r, tby R 'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,



MiATERIAL. LAMP.



Kerosene. Kerosene. 13.689
Camphene. Camphene. 5.625
Whale Oil. Solar'. 1.892
Lard Oil. Solar. 1.640
Sperm Oil. Solar. 2.025
Bnramg-Fluid Large Wiek. 553

s, / = n




2.435 $1 00 64 10
1.299 63 4 85
833 1 00 12 00
706 1 25 17 70
850 2 25 26 47'
:8,00 87 29 00
Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, filled, on application to
,AUSTENS, Agents,
93 P 'rl Street, N Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Main-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale DtrFggiss, Gro'cer; Cinmphene and Burn-
ing Fluid Ma'tifacturers and Dealers in Lamps.
N. B.-KEROSENE. is the trade-
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cautioned against using the
said trade-mark for either oils.
Oct. 15. Am

Itats &~Caps.
-FAL. FAS.HIONS ARE OUT.
L Broke loose carrying aw.ayi'
the spure change lites a -go is
merciless showman every
body must have a new lIIt itf ie
it, and every body must know all
about the various kinds of H-ts in order to
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing
front a stove-pipe down to a cheese, with Broad
Brime, Short Brims, PBound Brims and no
Brims ih t ail, Bead'" Cabimer Plush and velvet
Morphy Pikes Peak Bonner Scinbrero, Jaunty
Plug Ugly Swell itend Ventilators, Regulators !
and Tip Top, in fact every tihig exer worn
tromn oslh's day down to that of the ian who
always satet in lhis la. So hurrah for hats.


HAVANA


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Kilt ,. ,n J I.L, I;T


'I-VO1 A tI DOTOR tIunse..
eAri A Bpih1 ..'lMt's sit,
SA'i a A BIC NsT.'R'S BMb,
SAV' A 0MU tTfORtS BILL.
SAVOR A BKI ttOIroR's ILL,
IAS.f A W i.UTOR's IULL,
tO IttAS11. TtKtH, -
IS t, ttl.' -TitK i,
1~ 1'A; r].V TAKFN,
S t I't. T.AKIN,
is KNai.Y TAKtiN,
tO COAhLY TOAtitl,-
ts__ ___ 'g lB TSK

IA ( NO BAD TASTE,
Jx, [*~ AS NO BAD TASTE.
HS NO BAI trAsrE;
MS J0 AD 0 mut f.


WILL EF FECr A IcPR
W11I.'FFeCT A (T
WIJ-.FFEec[ A R:E
WttJIJ. EFFTrC A Lt
WIu.IF rFEC A COIR
wrT
wI-I
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OR tHIANGI OF DIET
OR (t1A.K <}f DIET,
o>i (IaxIK or nor

'l R l A "usE OF I'f ,
(nA tIs. e 0 0'[7I,




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nfl RK wlts 55 ." ST





iilAN ANY KNOUN IJH.61IY.

TIAN ANst s-OI N ttt IDY
-"*BAN ANY KOW ED.V
s-stso 0,-ve'etwos Trot-s
sst s ots rtteN ttts4 IN
itss l's t 'to Rtx.
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-I mANrtAss-Y 1,tv N esthiT


THOtT MISB OF TIS1K
oHurst LOt OF rlntS
ITHOtIT tI.otS OP 'tME
,ItI1T ie1ss OF ''isis
IOUT OF me
TtttUT L i-is Or etetI




WIti LE.MS lROUlI.E,
WITH LtiNS rTROUttl.
WIT'H 1m TROt'llM ,
Ysro I5-' T rkoits,
llI1 ThOUBLE,



AWM PERMA NMT llY
A#N 1i '.RUMA Y:NTI.r
tNn P :tYMAN"NTlV
a.it rcsR$ANegNTl.Y,

ANYI t'EOiMtiTLY


TEsT ON PACKAEt
TIsrT UNE PACKAGE.
TST ONF PArKAGE

TEbT ONE P'AECKAGE
p ly n r U 1 s o a r N oe, i l 't t o ly fr o mu jo
prtf.tLbt s cune ror t sae't ble i n a ct o
eolulanllt py 1 . .. i 1tsllT,. Iu w tl b

For sale in St. Augustine sby
S B. E. 94ER




DYSPEPCTI REMEDY.

Bliss' Dyspeptic

Remedy has the hfar-

gest sale of any Ipe-

dicine in the world.

100,000 paIkages
sold in Georgia and

South Carolina in

fourteen months. It

is warranted to

.cure, if directions

are followed, any

case of 'Dyspepsia,,

Live r Disease,

Jaundice, General

Debility, Palpita-

tion, Chronic Diar-

rhea, Giddiness,

- Depressed Spirits.,.

Loss o( Appetite,

Pain in the Side and

Back. It is special-

ly- p -to- e-

nmale complaints; it

produces Rotund-

fty of form in Ve-

males of a Thin and

SSpare Habit.

Every invalid

should try one

Package.

W. W. BLISS & CO,
PROPRIETORSB5
8 Br-noway, New York,
For als io St. Augsiline y
B E. CABR,
April 14---i860.


TOYS! 2OYS!!
- A large variety of Toys for the Holidays
Neov 12 T NELSOH


TrA&f itRM KK.Sp;.)y
TUAT G3iF-T l.iLMFiTy
T-AT G01A41 Rormty
Tji.UI Gr ",t[ It lKny
TurTs oc.50l trorEDY
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WINES AND CIDER.
CIIOICE*CLArAET, Cider, Ale. Porter, I4.
men Syrup, Raspberry Vinegar, Ginpr
April 20 1861. B. E. CAREL.


IRON Pots. Ketths, take 0ven, Spe.,
Skillets, Griddle saffeIrosx, I ork
Frying Pans, "mooth Irons Oridirons &e .
April 26 181. A E. CAhn.
CHOIlte
JUST received a lot o7Ifa6 fMSq Lard,
Butter, Cheese, Craker, bag' Tamiltl
Flour, & c.
April zo1861. E. CARR.







St. Augustih, E. FHal

e. N. PAPY, proprietor.
IIE Subscriber has ltplearture to announce
that lhia h stablits hIas reently ,tn-'
.de rgo e-improvetents 4euleted to render isc
B hore acrcepmtaole -the numerous gues.-
who have heretofore f"e. it Wirh their Past
ronage aswell as pecalrly attractive to new.
ones.
I During the Summer months alterations and
addilions have been ma, materially increasing
the cpacity and conveeucees of the house.-
Within lie lasttfew wes the Proprietor hb
re-furnished all the roes thoroughly and com-
plelely with the bes almost elegant furniture
selected by hiiiself in e City of New York
without regard to aexe. and with a view to
render the "FLOIDOGUSE" without -a
rivalaintungst SOUTIEN HOTIEILS.
The FLOIRIDA IOlUSisnmost advantageoas-.
ly situated enjoying a ntral location in dth
City, and at the sameime columandting all
desirable retirement, as ell Is exemption free.
bleak winis ini winter.'The roonis are larase
and provide with fireplaces: the house is
surrt-oind each one hundred feet iixteat. aud protected
so as to furnish a delighul promeenade ven.iun
bad weatlir,
In the spacious gro .q> and gardens theu'a-,
iluts roses, sihrubbryi5r fruils oft rhis climate
iare uttnud growiting-it pleeiiun.
The Table is unsurpasod. and furnished with
all hinds of game this m:ket affords.
The Sei vants iu aottdatme will heo fouid
polite, civit aund attcivecoall calls.
The P'rolprieturdevotethis time and eflora
exclusivelyand ucnusilagly to cuhince tli'
comfort and aectte hsetlisttiot ot lis qi.-lO
'Tlni lotr ue litberll r 'ilronaic h iiettca
extended t his house, I tlutus s lt merit its
codhtinuance.
Nov. 17 1860. 8Sm.


Family Flounr
IW ' i L' t,* I-'.tra for Family ttI e
w .5 b .l ...,l a.sery iakini &c.
Onl5 On -t .---i-. .--....-- 11. E. C.lstK.
Sept. ...


NO1 ILCE.
LAND OFFICE-,
I'S .e- ,,-* .I r F,.oto .iA, F,.It. ii lIt.
w--a- .tt-t. 1+t;1.
I tnay ufj.',10ii1 al i | .. ,,. I Juit
IlAtill'tor scttlrc-t 'ds t ,--.i -, ,', , . ," tis
I grtduaion sdcl ofl' Aguist 1.'54, live be.n
I't tCCved as t llsa ice, tlltt the tt..-.t' t -.s ,r
- mrke he rx-uilred t ". , ', .. i. .,
iaolin,"o ad irectev ritir r-rpictive littri ite
because if said hirol is not filed withiil liitciltd
t.imc itel .a tts wii be refmrinid toilsc (;Cetr.l
Load tlfice, stand wil ihen be liable to be cjiu-
c Ired fur not, p< rlmuntte of Ills elitlth nti, i
settlet-nei nutto gradualie u act of AiiUlst t4,' 1854.
J.-MLS M.-GOULD, hegilter.
F. 1'. J EiI1CE1RA, tecfivrn-'
Mlarch 1861.

1 IGS Danes Gum Drops Rock Candy. &&-,\
F bi. ;. tAil;.
April 7-SO1860.

D. J. TAYLOR;

COMMISSION MERCHANT

AND

RECEIVING A NQD r 0I AREDI.NG,
AGE NT,

FEINANDINA,F FLA.
--:o :-
M,. Agent for Charleston Daily Line of
Steamers.

FL!NT CoRS. -
1 0 Bags for.. Hoiy. Cow Peas for table
1 use. P 1. E. CAIIR.
Nov. 17.
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL,


.sf The institution is modeled after
the South Garolina Military Acade.
re mies, of whMch the Principals iare
graduates. A Clusstiel course is. added. Fox
full information apply to
M AJ. IM. JENKINS, ae
CAPTA.A. COWAR. Principals
December 1 186iH. 5w.


Bye & Buckwheat.
RYE FLOUR, BUOKWIJEA."
IL OUR, EXTRA FAI LY
FLOUR IN NA K(fK-
For Sale at E. CARR'S
Sept 22-1860.

Private Bording.


A few boarders ean be aecom- "
lutodsted witr the necessary
Rls Rooms, fuel, Sightl snd sorme-
' thing Substanitisahy calling ti
the Subscriber, Corner of Treasury Line.
S 8 C LTLGELY,
Dec. 81860. .




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