Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: February 11, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00244
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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.,,.z~... :, ~ ?I .u~ .shallbein
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ao'rop cl ec eteath te busies eha
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adertrisemnents from strange s afhd transiolt
Persos edf ble in a d~je. Allothecrswvillbe
cO e square, for six months, - $10 00
lcg or Btio et & inistra- 10 00
,.tie 5, 00
,t ?.rl i'.t~i editor snii- 7 Go
trat ~- 10 00
A8~hl bills f rob Pinting, must be Paid

on ., .. . i. I I;1

aguloLstine every Titursdaly lo Tcoiou n
,Bitxoad iscompted

.Dec. 10 185.

JosEPla V. lElt~SIlAM)EE


and OUpal gerilS 1 lynt he is rlly
prepared to exceshe any orders, in his
lit~newich tdh y meann p xgo hr nsetl.f Iehs
.thle most fashionable Goods, sucoh as superior
Frnch blact blue and b rown C oil black Poe
Tics!' Sc. y
mall orde s me eute in the best style of work-



ATS on hand erery leading Brand of thle day.
bef liv him call audexamne for yoursoele.

OLII)ERS, I'eamsters, Sailors, (or their
w idowsa or orphasn chrilden,) who served in
.any WARS~ or Balks~:, either mn Califoruma or
deolm i to w y~ce 4 Ie Sa j or lr7ceha -
lors who served on the count of the
nlexiess waa r do ellt adrs us. of on
agents, have been eqpeessfully citained by us.

and ilR busitiessrequpirig an agle~it at Wash.
trlly @3or Caim Pe sions, Unly and 6
Iteterence to any of the headls of Departmuents.
Dec. 31. tt.
Ginger Scnps Crackers
BJu enr do.
Pilot Blread,
Cor Btaoh arinn.
Oct. 15B. E. CARR.

CORN 00 N !COHN !!
yOo snhcs Ns. Corn..
so 8 barrels ex. N. C. Flour js eivd

D ried Fruits &c. B. E. CARC.

~CH. Mhary L~ouisn fromt Charleston, Rlice
t:00 b shls Wise r~ Loch 1i, e b.
Doo. 17. U. E, CARR.

Jan. 7.

Jiats Cal 8*

boymust have a now Irnt if ie
I a I it, hnd every body~ must k~now all
about thre natious. kinds of lIats mn order to
choose knooa-nl such a vrar feseJ- rep th
nrims, Short Brims, Roundl Brims and no
13rims at' ii Ds or Csmeri 8 3 and ve ve
Pblg Uglry s;well Headl Ventilat~ors, Rlegulaztors

always slept in his hat. So hurrah:l for hats.

Elroms o st "' ,
r sacks Flour, 80 bl4s. Irish Potatoes, 40 bbls.
75a Liquors, 6 cases W~ines, 20 bble. Crackers,
20 ask~s Alo, 10 ca~s a un*i, 40 Ies 11 ;iios
L' : casks Cheese, 73j kir-s Nails

Su:;ar, 3 lilf Tongues,a 3 bis. Sugar HIoule
ayp Ibb~l. Il ps,o 10 byi Colke,1 lblmle
rr~ooms, 50 kzgs Wh']ite Lead!, 73j hopes Sonp,
o h8 m'la 80--rz,4 bore L~ri6mGbo le

mls. oil hllr.- K- 1 ~ :n.,, r. ? Fo

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tra~deenal hrlestonprices. BECAR

CHOICE bunch Raisinls, CitroFn, Ourrants,
driel p laceted Four se,n Jolly uin' F
Nuts, Pea Nuts, English Warlnuts, H~iclkoy Nuts.
Jan. 21. B .CR.
iyqOICE Hams, dried Beef, mess Beef, mess
whitorjn smoed Tongues, pickled Tougues'
Jun. 21. D. E. CArn.
H~OICE CLARET, Cider, A~le, Porter,
~jLemon Syrup, Raspberry Vinogar, Gin-
-ws.. ~ ~ C an. C1, 8, a g

COTTAGE :!'~ll*IL.11. c
aO i G a 1 hair, uoreaus, Mattresses,
Jan. 28. B. E. CARR.
rFUBS, Pails, Rulers, B~uckets, Brooms,
ph ilbushles, Nestu Tubs, Boxesc, Washl Uoards,
Jan, 28. B. E. CASE,


ST.\ A.UGU T'I'BE. ST.' JOefa!T COUNiTY', FILO a li Lii ETEM FEBRUARY 11, 10. NO.Se

and be~r fjither, roughi-seeminlg man asi he
was, would i. ~I; I ba I tI, r. ..
she drewv for! l .: I.; tor. il l.... It
supper-hour :~i .1, the !'am bio.1 ai

I.m in(,l-ll Ind ...: tes...ra... .:. -

J .,r 1... 1..-i did not soe~m id the least I ..'. L.. b "' !' n.11y Inlc: I, hand Ma~ry

p-..r:.I-~ 1,...u c.inessLc 11.1 i~ Ir -~.l I beat-erowded tears iiined ovei~ their faces.
..1. b~u..ewJ.:.. heal It was indeed their only rshi-lr, and th:-

sl.. .. ..... .. ni,[ cI:?L . hose

.. .. .. .. I.... ..,,.I. .: n o
11. ha ...n 1 1. 111~11 : 11

1r ledI..l. .no~nd. : i.:.].r.irn armther

~'\ .: .rl.[.- 5..o in or .1 th,-=, t.r

es she, and so fetrul that she8 wrs but:-
dlreaming, and that she should soon awake
to find a haughty mothler-inlaw, addl'eriti-
cising sisters wratchingr Irdr. But, when
seated asotnd the.autumn fir~e. that ev:
riing the son had brother told howp he had -
qluizzed his little wi;fe, to preparre her~for
thehumble home- he was to introditceeher
to, all laug~heh mer: ly, and became I:..:rs. r
acqu'4inted in pn eionur ctehan they wrould

"B~utwhlat accom .:' .ii] 7.:.u re-
f..ct r. Impuden . :C.ll:t..1r b.-ldrIf
the ~ils .' h
.~.r'~ o n .u1.. EI>. uti ter Ii fr.
;tr !, utten... .L .. ~. '!:, t -n h a'"


*~iil MI ail .n ;1 d.:Z I .-jr~ .ai s's
t.r a IM~ir I .L ee1, El... tm gI~r.-.s r~

.101uysnd r,-ond :ev. karned 1.>Iord

Ao~~~ a .-nperntinir edu o
ve ;rl- s~ 1t.< turinis i3. Budio. n; i

the olnd famho uslctea its Gonctct suh ow-
thered. e~di a vdec La oc

veog l as Ph eI an 11e aho~e lie
sostri9fointimationofrtiremeT~ntwe fom s-
ess, atind t~he publi trea it, as rsuch. Or

disastrous. ~owf we advise all our readers
who may have fallen into the common elrro
of the season to come out of their holes, to

tising, it is eqlually teae that advertising
creates business. It creates a talkr and stir
in business circles, and rentind~s people that
te av no 10 1thtetoi he Iobdin drones
even in the worst of times advertisingr always
pays well, and the more of it there is, the_:
gr~cate1 Wiillbo the circulation of money and
thesco ac w:!1be restored a condition of

AnvERT~ssixo.--A Newv York; corres-
pondent of the Southern Guardian snay:
L'If thle grand re-action, now going on,
is in good faithl and of sufficient extent,all
may yet be well, but if 31he aggressions
continue, the Union cannot-musjt not last.
Ten years, and we will be~ two people!'
H~ome importations and home mannufactures
is now .the word; push it- on; here is
where wve benclit ourselves, and, at the
same time, touch the Yanklees. But, I

ill ler aunt's drarwing-roont. Oceasio:naliv buit becamec, finally, very h*Proi ..6.
the thought would. arise, What. would became convinccedthathle sirl b..r ra..:rr:
James thinki ? bad it made her restless and we~re mutually pleased with eaef r Il...r
uncasiy. He wo ~c~ nt fo tho y-feldl within ho .Lnor,
The marrow brought many of her old and wanugn a cythe for a short time wpith
crisens to visit Inor, and, though sadlywrant- his best mower, suggestedl an improvement
ing in polish, their visits were none the i in'hiT hedges, which Mr. Stanly adopted,
less wcleomec. j and invariab~ly hlarlissed the horses when
Time flow rapidly, as it over does to the tak~ing.M~ary out to rIde.
young and happy, and at length the day I ''What a pity ho is a lawyer," her father
arrived whecn Jbilues M\erton might be exl- one day remnarkecd t IBs M ry; "he wrorig
poetedat thcfalrm?-hotise. Eerriingrhad have md~secletfiednt
been made to look. as nice as possible.- ;doubt.,,"
The parlor, -with its ~gy ingrain carpet and The wceek of his Isit pissed r'1 too rap-
rainbow-hueed wn'ls, hand been put in order idly, and when he left, it was es the fu~ture
-or, hs her mother declar:1, had been put h~usba:nd of ,Mary. Letters came and ;i.i.0
out of order; forinstance: the stiffeano-sets~ breaking in upon the weariness of the pext
did not standfitan against the wall two and sixamonths; and then M7ary went out from
andtwo lokin e if-. r. .r.2to gro her home as tho.bride of James M~eion,
oout hat they.might whisper someothin(lig Tey... i..p ada few drys in travel-
about you, but were souttered about as if l ing, and then, after a ~flying visit to his
careless friendshiad just.occupied them.-- pe ecnts in Connotioust, were to tdl.~. a.
The centre table stood by a window, and their residence is D :- -, v.h.... 'k nis~c. .
beside the univecrsal daguerreotypes and al.ouihad given 1?..u ~.u-xa..r. z...1
unused books, a wvorkt basket and somo old i li.b Once hii ... .. ?!,, ....1 o..t
gagazince had place upon it. A vase of ple to -11 .T....... t .e p e ,k; I:! e pa.
freshly gath.:..] p~a..s. II.....<:: is .1on rents' homely, (o~-r~ld- ...1 . y :-hot-t.)

1.IIr.., .i.... Mr: S r J 1,1.1 oni i:-sted hle laghed hear .Ir. 1..:.;l I..:s !I0.irm
that thiby should not Ije separated. Dain'jy, etc., until she wans half veredisith
LWThy, your bean, wrill think; you have him, and quite so with herself. And then
no order child," says malmma, half indig suddenly checking himself, he asked>
nantliy- quite gellously-- .
IDut Manry had her own way where only 'rAnd so you were rsha~med of yor p:
her mother and herself were interested> rents?"
,am' the vases remained where she had "No, certainly not; but I was niafraiyou
placed them. The sparee room" was a/ would be."
miracle of neatness, its spotless curtains, rAnd had that disgusted me, youshould
, trimmed w~ithknuit el so ...-1 l:-.11..., gai have rejoiced at. so luck~y a l1ddance.
MrsI1. Stanly's particular pride, as the bJlock-s Could I have left you for that, it were bet.

HIol dearrly would I love thece now!" i

The secondl, he covero8 clhe face anew,
eal, woyi7,100 tiunuedside rent I lo view;
Thea one I hanve loved for so many a yea !,,

The third once more uplifted thle vails
Ile h~issedr the lips sou dondly panle;
"Theeo loed I cogi, all oe1ee, ,

And thalt kijss-thbat. kiiss--withl Pramcethan

Thrilled wvith now lifyihe qjui oring frnme;

Tsbt stdets I .; I lo0 n r '
--~- ~ ~-'~----
The TwO IHOllies*
IlY MraS. 3[. F. AMEBS.
ui~nd so it is arranged, anl you are to
leav-a B-, for your westen hon1Ci?"
"Yes;, in tivo day3Js at falrthost, I shall be
with my dear parenta!" and a glad gush of
bmotion aIlmost cl010kd balck the happy
"Anld Tmay come to youtthere,and de-
.mand of those parents. -.i. L i..1, which
L'Yes, if y.ou wish it they";l and a res: i
less, uneasy ,expression passed over rib.
Pace of thle behituiful girl, hitidly in ke.p.
ing with her before happy words. Hr
lover observed it, but, hnt....- she was
dreading the time when she luust leave
that home she was now so cager to G;sit,
he made no co~nnuent; and after a few ten-
der words andl a promise, to write often, the
lovers sep~arated--the ydiung lawyer, Jas,
Jlerton, to his bacheclor rooms in the Por-
tor H-ouse, and Mariy Stanly to herow
quiet room, in thle elegant mlansion of her
aunt Stiuson, whose guest she had been for
the past year. Her parents resided in Ill1i.
nois, and Ihad done so for sevrcal years;
and as MIhry was an only childi, and could
hardly obtain the advanage6s, of a superior
education in their iwmmdiate neighlborhood,

of 'nt tinoddtlat csh ond com a d
complete her education at B3-, as an in,
matelof her home. MRr. Stanly was a man
of sterliug worth annd g~ood sense, but. he
and his wifo had been reared in a rustic
ncighborhood, and beginning life with
small Lueans, they had found but little tiue
for the ceremonies of polite life. M~rs.
Stirason was the wealthy, childless widow
of a brother of Mlrs. Stanly, and somewehat
remarrkable for her refinementanud superior
mannler. Here Maory hlad bcome ;.:-
quainted with James MoIrton, and an at-
tirchment having sprung up, between them,
Sie had~ptromised herself to, himl, if her
I.'. .'did not object to his suit.
\i;rlr many wishes froni her kind aunt,
.rl,,, a trmly loved her beautiful niece, she
joined the friends who were to accompany
her, and was soon whirriingo by steamn from
the city of B--~. Arrived at her home,
she was almost overwhelmed by the carciss-
es otjhecr k;ind and ovei~joyed parents. O~ut
even while they were greeting her, she
could not forbear contrasting their homely,
old-fashioned ways with the polished, easy
mariners of her aunt. And then sheo won.
dared what James would thlinkt of theml.-
H~e, so fastidious and attentive, conformning
to every lrequirceuent of etiquetto3 what
would he thinki of the great, lionlely manu,
whoe took hier right up in his arms, calling
her "Pop" and hluggina her up to him, tp
tbo ruination of hier bonnet, thle ruche of
whlichl he nearly tore out with his great
serrviceable buttonls. The mother as less
demlonstrtive, but looked 'quite as plain,
in her calico dress and ochckedl apron.
Buti Mary had a warmu heart, anld it was

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had been sent from the old neighborhood,
.or front the cast; as she used to, sar.
.Rut James MIerton well knew who had
arranged t1 e room that night when he en-
tered it, and found hiis favorite mignonette

tallne a n lainglthat vu in thesie
ting room, and the farmu hands wecre to cat>
as neual, in the large kiitchen; but Mir.
Stanly. insisted it lunst be the only times
as men would not wrkol for him wmho could
not cat wi;th him.
Mary had Aitted around the table to see
that everyithing was just as it should bo.-
Thec butter was fresh ~and golden, thoiham
juicy and tended, thle pickrles small and
$rmu, the. dried beef cut so thin, and just
Li, ..... to-aethr as she Pwns neoustomed
to sceitat her ti~nt's. Alndtheuin te cako!
Surely aunt Stinson could not rmake tpy
nicer. And the strawberries, the lilst of
i. ,-.. ., piled up in the glass dish a per-
feet pyrtunid, with~ a. bin-iming bowl of
cream standing beside it. LLIt is all nice,
I kinow; but what wvill he think of our old-
fashioned wayi of doing ?, How xll he on-
dure to cat with the great hlungr~y men, as
we do? Oh! dear. I n:sh~ he was hcre
and knewk thle mwot. What if he should
be so disgulsted he would not ask my pa-
rents for me at all ?" And the little heart
grew heavy and the eyes moist. Just then
the steam whistle was heard, and the little
heavy heart gave an extra bound, althlough
a half hour at least must elapse before he
could reach the hlouse. But had he comle?
Thle buggyy had been sent to the depot, and
in a little while a cloud of dust malrked its
retu;'n. '.iho t, sleek horses were soon
jerlulilg their heads lt-the gate, and Jme2Is
Morbton alighted, and for a mloment M\ay
forgot all her apprehensions in the joy of
the meetin;.
Sus he musl be presented to her parents,
and tremblingly she led the way. She

ter for you I had grone."
"Bu~t you are SO different fromu my fath-
er!" '
'iPerhanps; but I was educated twenty-
five or thirty years later than hle wahs,
wlih ma~rsnec Hiffcencp~unknow' "

the husbandll said--
' "No, Manry, I love you better than if
your par~ents had all the polish acquired in
a courT, but-" ~
"But what, James?"
"W(nell, I wa3s think-ing perhaps my. pa-
rents might not thni n s Ido. They may
thinkr that even you are not lik~e them."
P'oor 3Iary!., She had never thought of
this; and involuntarily she nestled closer
to the side of lier husband, while a fearof
scorn an~ nleglc~t crept in at her horyt-
W~hy did you not tell me! of this be-
frore" she murmured; sadly-
"DCecause nothing has ,acourredl to bring
up thes~ubjectbeforec. And, besides, I did
not knolw that you thought of such ~things.
We are tohave a home of our own, and it
must matter-but little to us wrhat krind~ of
homes; we have bad."

But Mary could note satisfied, and when don't sco much' improvement in the adver-
hoe tld her of his two sisters,, who woukl tisingo coiconus. TV here are your noticessf
surely love her, alithough they possessed Southern manufactu~res? But I shor'd re-
sonic accomplislunents wvhich she did not, member thant it is oly th!e Yankece who
abo~ g'Oro more and more fearful, and finally,
proposed putt~ing off their intended \ sit to Vaccl~arloN.-- The ayor of Columbus,
a morG distant periodl. Rut her husband Ga., has issued a call foor vacemnation ia
would not listen to it, and fu-lly the long- .cone S Indon omalolrprss f~it arday s:
dreaded day came on whiichu she waos to be S.1xts Pox1N M~rcos.-W1e are tl y
presented to his aristocratic relatives. a gentleman f~om there this morning, th~at
They were riding leisurely along th-rough a there is considerable excitementin M~acon,
sectionl of counltry devuotd entirely to con"crning the0 existeCeIC of~1mall Pox. It~
agriculture, wFhen the carri;ege dlrove up isadd talnt m unb r orv aliave 1itoh tie
before a lowv, brown house, w~ithan orehanrd disonse. Such constant communication,
behind it, and a small. well kiept yardl in w ith MaIcon, as we have, should induce
front, while brown fields of small dimuen-.l some measures, such as geunerl vaccination,
sins, snuytgled obsodly up on each side.. to insureoa.ndamst the t ris ole reul afom
"Whmy ardyou stopping here?1" asked dangerous disease into our city. W~e ob-
Mary, in surprise* serve that the Eiacon papers are silent, on;
(We shll see;" and imumediately two the matter.

not long that the th~oughlt annoyed her, and watched closely as her lovelas wl 'to hand
sh~e wa~s soon qB. trppy as,3, loved~ nad exply cspd wr- s!y tha brown oao of h~er moth.



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aire tp congratulate th country that a
speaker is elected; and evsiig higbuyindled
mnan and honest politician canl but hope
that thre pntagoniu sm ad jealoury anld nus-
ploiousnesg which the inad sparring of the
last two mlonthls hals aroused, nutly bre bridg-
ed over by somocbody's wisdom and discre-
tion, ana tlithattiona~l bulsineSS ma:y for a
while become the order olf the dlay, -with
the ambalssaorlus ~f)*om sozrcrei/7a Stcat.
Let unwise and heated per~sonailities full a-
sleep if thethingh is possI~C~ible d hit cuocill-
aItion anld uiet rsucceed noisy anld hostile
factious~oss. If:II aysuch hling: remaiiS
as Statesman-like dignity, we: should be
glad to sooj it rcetoredl to its place in our
national assionably.
It would appear thant this protracted
conltest for thre Speaelrrship is becoming a
habit of the House of Re~presoutativ-s.
n1ith this prospect, or this da~ngerr before
thle country, shouuld there not be eune
plroision made to obvialte thle disadvantage
and loss whichl must accrue from thle waste
of so mu~ch time and the m~ischievous ef-
fects of somnuchl.ngitation at the openinga of
a Congressional session, either by substi-
tuting a pro templor of~icer, or iu some
otheor~way whichl deliboin~to wisdom mly
*, T c <.. I
nrIc. E~u ron:-I~f:Anan not acetstomed
to write for thre newspapers, but whohIag
:r fewv words to say to the public, mahotks onse
mistakes in hris rammaUII:r oroOrthlography
you will knlowr how to excunse thre errors, if
the matter of hris comlnnunication ha~s somc-
thling useful in~it. P'~ilanand uneducated
inen sometimes havoc valuable thoughlts and
can makei useflilpractical suggestions, evey
if they do not knuow hrow to spell thre words
theiy express themselves iu.
LI have r~ead the last twou or thlree'Exam-
inersj with a god deal of attentio~ n dl
think they wer~e very good specimens of a
newspaper. I healr menc say, anid I think
thpy are right, that ygur paper is stead~ily
gaining ground, and that in the end it will
tiqdoubte(11y command a fair circulation -
In thle E1xaminor for the week before ]asA,
your editorial remarksa about ((Justice,"
gere very sensible and L'igh-toned, and I
thought itdministered a timely and anly nl
admonition to us, southern mcit. M~uch
obliged to you, M~r. Editor, for a seasona-
ble word! to promupt us to kieep our ini.
pulses vyithiin the restriction imnposed by
,. ..:,1: and honor. Last weekB your
notice of thG I11stpd081i S0810ty, Y~o~d very
well, and I heard it called anl excellent ar-
B2ut the article wh!ichl particularly struck
me inl your last w~eek' i!;sue waus the onea il
wvhic~h you coom nonded R~is Hanuor the

Ilbie t this recq n?~.- .. i 1. ,;,, ,
in the city--such as. trimming shryul~bery
.walkisin the public square .;. .....11
the corners &To Thisis all-- l - II I 11.
imlprovements as well as any aher ina ,
and St. Augustine has certalinl:! looked
'iout-at-tle-clbow~s" quite long enough -.
But, Mr. Editor, I~ should likie to be in_
fornled, if it is perfectly conveniciat ta llis
foloor, hlowD mLch these imnprovilebtets .ost.
Not that I care for the am~oun~t particularly;
for I amn perfootly willing to be taxed at
any time and to any reasonable ;muount for
the public good. But I thinku the cit 7
l~athers Iare bound to let the citizensf of Si.
Augustine knlow what disposition isi made
of their money; and farther, if the lunli
eip~al authorities palsso,olirdiades, it is their
duty to let us all kinow what those ordi-
nances are, so we may ktnow whle we are
law~-abidin~g citicns. Now,l I would in-
quire what better mediumu there could be
to give such information to the public, than
t!!e nlewoslpape published in our city. I
hope it is not imp~ortinent to inquniro w>y

alferepable of a reach and grasp of
subjects that a little while before he con-
eeived entirely beyond his ability, almost
beyond his apabition. The dull slow boy
thus becomes the man f varied and most
valuable attainment. L1 is prepared for
business; he is prepared for active useful-
ne-s, he is RPepared! for the more quiet but
ni lss labormous lie tfthe eie osicmsa ;

do or to become, if the influence of correct
and unbending principle has grown up in
his moral nature while his intellect has
been expanding,
An educational, Tyomoanin the accepted
99nse of the word, is a tr~easure of in0sCalU.
lablevalue. 'It can 'searcely be over-esti-
luated. '.; us.. !j- J i.. Eth e of acquir-
ing:this treasurer lie at our very door. Let
no parenttakecthe responsibility of alloP-
ing his children to neg~lect it. Let there
bie no child whose years and physical health
will admit of regular school tralining, not
connecterli! some one or other of our
s shools.
Th'enompulse which has been g'ven to ed-
neational matters within the last three
years in this ciy tis materials due to the
energy and res lion o on~e adl. Her
]leroic determination to benefit the child-
ren of this old city through the powerful
enginery of ,school instruction and influ-
ence, was, we calndidly think the spur to
the efforts which have resulted so success-

a We are not surprised, at the ejacq-
latious we heoar about thle loveliness of the
wecather. The br'ghlt sweetsun-shine, the
glorious moonlight, thle balmly heallth-
inspiring breezes are surely natural Juxu-
ries not tasted inl every clIanIte. .u..
evidently approaching. WVe recognise her

ihe ealy aoer mn blubm lietst oning t
forests will thle rich fu~.~.ul l~.1. r.
wild Jessuine, upfokling the white stgr
blossoms of the Orange among its leaves
of lustrous green; by the gvushl of b~ird-noes
that have been silent for a season; by all
those welcome indications thalt herald na-
ture's bright resurrection time.
W~nsumeros, Februalry 3.--Col Job
W. Porney, of Philaldelphia, was elected
Clerkr of the H~ouse of Rtepresentatives, to-
day, by one 143jor.ity
31r. !1: .11~ ~ of.Manr land, m eelet
Ai Postal Defijciency bill wa~s introdued l
in the Hopse to-day, add will pass next
wceek. It provides for sixrper cent. interest
onall cl~rm due for SB~C Ito the0 P ~
Qlice d patment, fr~o s iera dates a:t wh i l
payment wis due.
Napoleoun has: issued a. atpug free trande
The negotiations fqr a P'eabe Congress
Lave been resumed,

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i n l ..: i H w u ... 1 .. 1 ) l~ i I o ...! ..... ,, / .1 .: .r

u h1 .. a~u lyer wo e cr1 sp. w o =, s icn there. -' .,, ,,,,i ., fpe cting thismnost raiark~-
or~~~ hi en t the G'ccr shop. a the result of 20 .1. .v ..1 I'o -...1. I ..t country,
B~ut does hle expout thrat h.1i; I; I:- I. ..l.-~-"" 1 1 ., ... ,._ 1. eus,.O a
men who pome to Igur city .. .~ ..0. ? Io L' Il-'... ** I :_I 0. I.... i 4. t..ars and m I racle wer re frth,
from *. ; .. ~to Groceryi~ Ilr ou/up ng~ or ii ., / .? ... .:1<1..-i.1..... .l..1
cit stte s pstp thrq Awy w s uar 0 .Iupon his eloquent and gracious word~s- :0 -

Now, Mr. I. J. ..,;:I! rhk i~ -1 euunch longe n riceo r. .f .ie .~ t...m prchas
commuic I t. ? lrl.. E .I..1 r.. rite 1 o ,co ig h me h e Y''"- lll s r bjiot.Ms .< L ... n..b ee h
but~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ hoeyuwl . .. .. i.1 n,,,,(hPme States a ,... Pruh .... 31. .. ptn ee

e;rs shoul als publsh.ropot their do ss s U iaras ...
iNg, atles once aI; giatr I wllh losger /nltother rea it 'usind ~i erntan the efore [From,.~~. the.I~ Al jny Stndrdhs} d
for ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ; th rsn.BtIsilke yee 1 o diiter Uite exet when asked to Ai.! L ar :E ..m u.: i I:-J a.: Getn~c maesef
and ar hope yuN i I, an yo may~~ dpect ito hear11 _Id~11110 so 1 r ot.. U I h wouldi 1esry n. .,qo aie .,iL teG

-~urcto ~ ltorcul Coiis lq teoise til g they at seec for theseles well~i i knw niember of t; I.Iher \t. .. bar go
[r chud lo pbin~ae ren.r ]ftei they let th pit choose thir~ reigo an out som ver inerstn adts.H
Reigionat est of c th orld-~t r remark clse on tleirs ~ w if or S hubnd;f arn~nd thoey blae, fav lore '.... ...(.0.-. L.t of rd annce
to ~~d oiour a not t. anominationsp ing ofu Imptsm ande thei clas-eaer an Ie II 1.i*.. In di L*..*o i4 I)t Whte p
frlu rth ngissue ofte 1tofJnur ,t eir pou t!neq listcused preacers armie u- 1- -.-... uwner ug o
of~ ~ ~~~CTZN t.AutreEfmnrapeedo th blo iehnt corol- ainy adcou to istrctinD-ihc 1ft Alan ilnc astagl'eoach vei, fotepup
Coiin .1CC. : 1. j anatcewihwsin d tle otlO01 n ellc you t amsnd qf wel i.1;,,m .,,, i Sobale The di ~ ay o
n ..I .1 r Iformtionof te C tho-in let t'haptihsm is go ing q (a ong them ouas intenely cold- oting tepedoges. belo
l~iens, an tbyomas, to wod h~e fel- and tilei sain of~lsb~d the- r..e ble ap.'" 'erc .<1.=-! mi: ..,ilt ..pu rda . Fl.
lhis coflote der -niatios.--i'Thof fie dt:o llath nia i~n baly .: r .:....asy peo- S-li~ It... 1Jd d;.:. ... l., ..
and hope-chi~an her-statitie f teUn- In our ;lar" coitist er'eis lno toneent AtCill :I .i. r. . L. pt. beei r...u ut.r-i
tonied tats. "n of the prtestan t popu lation wholr kwtoudeand hiridsoatc eowt
I th wasu manl taken 21fof the uflT los whtei church theyl liould go, ndie~ hat~ do, I' .... l.. Ia um n tartinude froni:
Advertiser;~~~ a rtsat ae.Te d-tie the shoutl ild anow to buaelong truchio af Sloban's the stage picked fo.g.l p nI ulpo$
of t. ion~sfi, would ha e no obje ction toitfr oe i n ti .. ..yct ... ~ m r ts./ ist, anld i 7 u. ..0 T,
ifwe had ~lno~ticiaed any chuse n ,;, of dipeswhti eessary ni i thel patof mhan uto- be~ "ltnsi bc .il of naturles ten-lp
liro for theumcio, ob a ticl would~t i n ever hav ;i ,t o; ey cul b. .. *'- *Irh ufrigcd
il1 of *** Ideolint o ungunie CtyLew r ,. do o .n --.. uponl" 11.. .1 .th 1.t u a irse
,,~ ,,uc~ ,. .. ,, ti nd-lc in thve=s s of fea r *? pl.t .ot n .iponar span ~y pte o-/9 -i.I~. I .-..l~ ,.I. .
numb r o en holi s, y afour h a d r is e s p a th iital .... ..t 1... c i he T a nyl~ e r, -.1. i I '.-...Y I1: Lb
ani h a kind ofcnttitiem for the ilrst and o, forg instane-gluhe'i ooto the kn the J dR."" ..1 ..: 1 ..i lped with
Al<. S ., rs." .....I c s otesto n pohurch on Sunda rn caes ao un i. ; ~ .rr:- s.r .a rthdoreto f
Cathi btats :Iairl 101e elrthar h theln~~lm~toluroptlst~hu s.l~ go. an. wha cldw-thdit. .. lan md
edvrtimes, wh is hePot est antl S~pc. tates rEmi- hren prachv~ol kn n the Steeoto a S ens, ize Theat et le01 !.......11 ri. Judge '. inqired
T hir dly bi limel ask triumphantl, we huhy, i en sa ation ofle i ,is pe opl~ oe? The h ave sh ele y eI.i *.ar of amiy er la
Amriat b Staf'I:C'"tieC s seteatfrt ly a u the Idlers .in1l ob~i\ i i n the teeat sn ~and th~ce !.d 'Tha th famil hall la started fI o r i

toofortun ate, and tha e answl~er~ o to it, ho evr 6 fo'clo in th morin uni hal past Coudit enquired for he-rohrad o
milda hI~nd i cprutd nt it may bE, wi~p cll not twlebfr to oo o cuu e cu .h. '1 .imto be a .:,. .r.,I f naua l 40.. B ot
r,.,,_,i nil~ '~IJ the frindhi ,bewee caho es-lto infre the Ju that. h:. ,: I~ e "ufricouln' tke
res and plcrotsans we1 al~l~ r e .UI l~.i. 1:,, i The havetalc~ utl ed or ch -. but te aeo n n~.-uh a e cud d
sorry to!; be comp e lle t recillr- tc e~ i .....I ... no prac ~th ...(-- i.... "" Iovrt ., ,) ,,,~ _ r ,i,: hsadrse

althce author of the artileo rjctucs thel thef w~lay to heave Th;;.ctd n 'e;~ botrlud ing ot hatth
number of c~thelc chyis ~in rthen~ wrldics be hyspa fte ili isJJ tre,-u nica lnypuctte in. his sist I ...I~i-
caue itB was computedtll: by~lI Ila laeFen-inj suc lanua commouly,11 that mayo ol,(agdhs daadi bu
m nw ho, founiid 20,0000 whtlt j il s lt En-lj theirTk heaer Id ontalC-(I 1J k ow mor ab kut this horsinfome the Judg that h e mad up

150,000,000; this i apoitorl reisn a ca. digso larchomet's omu; :L~tlan wh they done the same-;---leaeh ui:8lrooim." Brothe
olic rtcha lis sal sa nls hne tosi~rupnty explai ierl a pointo~ of doctrinl'illly ae, sleft the room.~, an lftma hoter;l, hratnin t
proestau( tol 8acmpute. We, may shows, yin aluse thle Riters by whiche trace of od th i's t "fouriq-lnd!Ifl sushaarrow for mornig.
anotherlt~ grtcle, thaet Cathoi Frane has conveyedto the hoqno~ uma seoul, thq grel~es. s Boter havingm leth hotei, Judge.0_,ud, re
never bqrrowed ligh from Protestan Eu- per format~u lncee ofl the seine adiv e aming Rites qet ed kepe of hoe dlt t lo ta e, J dexp .
glqorud.te .1... ang AmerYI.tica hn writer ma!Ok es the peop ~le g oub if 1,he ini ster Creofl heql~itt~! ~ le girl, audsoad hillll hm

Thel~il authorii ofte aricle h bee ilno mis tcaion, f~rotu protesan Joui.ei lmmo chrh .bim to sline rang llrl~ ': honot la
le b thle ~ exagrn dt .. :bt e he hasII ma fO toe 8 9.-. i *frue the **="I e t.t rel. girldl' to khi
lonsulednd b aLUCtllt;L wante per' aten TAhuey d-c l~ntijoh stoodr~~ und thgeo. re idencei Tl-llroy. Judge Gould receive
tion~ to the c~lipresen t o rate o the protestan ; ... 1. .n .on .~ell t... ..1r.I ~. .I I .... litet le _;1. ,.. ,, ,.] J en
ul o ,a unil d n a ul alls ...r ...r .o o Cllat to l al ml ii o wer te clls ted -I / e < io Ih Jd0e ta a tt
orige b .' 1 nls h ssuhIit. Af pnuer th cna n-i n at eod 1 tlae int ob ern a iyours ldy mae
divile n ulo r : t ie at...... Tyhoevt be j :h ,,,,,y toE h. i 1 hueu.. oteqrk, iur \\.211 t.... c-on ;r..i y.un
not bapotlised frlomisi whtie ver~ paent hehadpartaken were trbea ti re~u a neeted wit irevrece lay eom 1 :u1 r. 61.0 .i.l.l; mi
niybse born or(nwht co unt d ya ~ tery che i Thel writer unmol say: m n ow alive on oned os ith ave;nues an aret w
h1a mlu oun s attOi,0, chritiap thrgoe, thera tclci :o' knthfire abu hshs incA 01rnoj11 tiesrodgn ahe Ilnol u
Th~II1 dlOC~iffere protettlI11 denidomnat ios ng:e beoltwee two bilohlout rht in font o heuinatetto ', perdforatledb gal go-atued
have book boas;tingj of1... p .... Icsn cont~- theges altr, tlholen' a :athrng rnd then nlewy. "'e soa ltte-lce or han grlo piced p tb
quest alunoul:i~ l s:ase h nbi ... r a. E. ..r, mo chase lt ed Bsop s.nli~ll Geiner gfdreeings whil the ro a I hth el,'rtuoin ter n o two1
thoseqaters.n tocnp. .T In. w houl induce and texchaned sa hilatatious.i Hon'Cor was e Lo shann fr rig
aOuhr ... r .. tholi reduce very j uchon~eg to tiehman, by l gra ihoe cr to s G~od. AN IlnDiAn's IoJCOM c.1ENT.- 11n o-
thcbq~led .......I i'uu .1 Misonayesti~tb~cls- Therou lloe upo thle alter wa left! a~e great evororTllmager cm hOte to ta 00 e dcien
metsand. that of1 thweirin .. d~!oodqatyo the peonse cratftheel lemnitswhh Laro then a tlerritory, hs dsne bjl~om wasu
no rditg thed tul~ or of L;tlc ! .1 Advr,- tlad ot been've rea~no atly cosine byat14 ~ i, ~ ~.,.. the,! grce by., several gron-u daughter
ts mo nyof a ;to orepodn of, te Ru rid recs.o Weo looedo trembl; inglyllor onr
NI'ew Y~ork o Triue. forl Iu~anms thell isnsue Spotean thesecto came an ttetie n reunlrweem
leOno idolied to conlede to the: oman havsI ngLo gat~here upat. leas thr hundred. meer of tb Goveor~ fairly Ato ws

ar~uiniill h ) Pro131tetn nldiu carri out'ofll~ischU ~tO~ hunde tIle0 ab Sew to aboines Air grave Cold rchivef n
Ameical autlre nent with hapin of aiepoct~t be.,. devate to casurnn or unalwdueidywsake hth huho h o
longd second -rate bliyC fo th tugl.Tecosoae wine wa pore bac into.,, ernr's... daughter "Pret Iquaw, nic
Thereis reaon toihe Jesu~~It~~ suneer tthe demi~ut ijohn, andtl the chdmuices (I they wh~ite ~ squ maaws py 'um backs, broe .h

frutls "b altes; fof Billnesc d poilcted o the are worthye of te nrame,) wetire turned u on What wl d the o?~,,,ld chiefsy o n h
ma li orei for htrin vilehisa nacttis ed Ih \I'i ofthesu elgar ver liee moorr da of wid aenspead crnpline'

ha.. 3. ..1 au the .; remotes corner o th le and suc abslltell disregri n d ofthe direc- CT''' o a Itte ss. ir ilod nI:


ren and of our city, is at sitake, and it bo- ,, ,,,, n ,1.., i. :.. ?...l
comes us to see to it, that any wise educa- Iin it 1. I, ,, -l --,I ., .. ..~..., 1. 1.*- I,
t....,il..rl...r .l...u'.i-1 u.. L.. 11i..... .1 I. falter;: in aft. - . .\ 10~1-1 .r 1-- .I.=- .
i., ..J.. ,-... J., 1 I. r.- .. .- 11-.j schools nere ri......, I 1.. ...1 ..... I right? A~re
w.~hich~ l... :Ir..... up among us within th~ey 111...] or true, noble manh~lood anod
thq larst three years, should on no womanohoodl Ve areopposed in overy
. ....iiL ts allowed to declined r.i Ga ni t sense nid up every gread~ to, scotarian
materialto work upon, or the ... Jr I :sp- schools. |
portandintexrost of our citizens. The good Weo cannot conclude our remarIka with-
these schools is doing, is already obvious out alludinlg to asubiject thlat seems tq be
in the quucicened intelligence, the scholarly sl Umbering a little, but whihl tive all oig~ht
ambition which is being rousea in our to be wido-awakc ab~out-the 'project of
children. converting thle Banrracks into an educittionl s
It isalsoobvious in the improvement n ecstablishment.` Don't lot this enterprise
theit- general deportment and behavior. fall asleep. Let us aroilso our zeal in this
The school-girls, bless ",.;1.-little hearts, maNtter and see what can be done Let us
Fre growing. gentler and more gracefully m~ake a moving 'nppeal to our Senators anld
lady-lik~e, under the influence of g~entle R Iepresen~tative, that they use means to
and lady-likeB teachers. The school-boys, induce the Governmlent to h-estow th~is prop"
while the roughness which belongs~to mis- cert Iholly useless to thle Governmoeut
chievous boy-hood is not yet wholly eradi- ,o.3 I ll..... to ruin, on our State, or allow
.. ..1:. r.*s y~et becoming mobre deferential it to be disposed of at pubhoc auction.'
sl*.( gentlemaully in their rn,-nners, nd Weunderstanc1 that the Romanu Catho0-
Fieeml toF be1.'r.: those ......iL II car l b lie church hecre, bellovest herself to have a
d,3es..:.:.:. ,i.... ac..r -.. we trust till thetire c ~la on this property. Yory well. If
.s;.~ ..r il.: i.:rr ... 0 shall be attainedl, sh~le has a valid claim, let it be thlirly sub-
long befqfre they reach1 the true age of mlan- stantiated. W~e do' not argbue for iuj justice
i. .....2 L.r ris.. hardI. t-.-, b.2. x I E. I. ..-..9. :. r.. y body of men. Wte only urge thlt
1 .. urE ~ ar..1 v... ,4.o.0: ra~ ad c.... while St. Autgustine seemls divaking
e.:.,-1.:i r.-0 : .. r .1t Inrtl,-.... -,v .,]l. to,.-.i and more to her own interests and
harel aid the foaudation if a style of muan- pl'osperity, ..iI be accou.-
mt;-.L.I ~;'i- ---l- " r- io L.~ **.* plished-towvards fohudi~g a college here.
clty .wi.: r .us.i....e to aspire. irTh iupovmnt i te roes-
Some sensible observer had said thata T ipos llt h Pte-
"eourteouls demeanor constitutes a perpetu- arat Cemuetery 11ave bcoon ruspended for tbo
alanduniversal letter of credit," andthat present for want of shade tre~s andshbrub
:'the manners of a people are among its her~y. The work; however illbe reaumcd
greatest powers for good or evil.', wheneeaveor terma ialt
In speaking thu i * 11 of imu- Sol es~s ugn lmti !ee
prorlments in the 1I.. ... .. r sile rising Somaane persons, jundgig p thae alerued
generation among us, we would not be un- apaac fh rudhv upsd
derstood to underrate the real advantages i a stma icoton
tl. ..... 1. Is> .~. r.. -s .1 I...u ....or2. Ln ,,l who rest there. It is dile to all parties
books, and the taught and dlisciplined 11cene tos~ta vr iopg;
kindowlted tals e. h he laid 1n has been respected. Some tombs haive
]nwege; Il- are 1l up princip es been rebuilt; others searched out and re-
and factsin science; they have been made soe;oeaoehsbe hfe.Nt-
to think and to rpason,; theFy have been ighas been rerhoved or efiraced but a ver
maade to exercise dge powers of their own ~ hnfco~ium eiu irl
intelleet,andthis exercise has tended tg a hwfdsltonadnget uey
.money and labor, and love, were never
developement and strength. ~The maste bte o or ieybstwdta n
o a letter of the alphabet, of a sum ini pestervng andirel beautifyi the acr i
Airithmetie, of a Theorem in Geomedtry, of dwellrings ofd ouead. }frpul th an oe
a reelension ia Grammar, -. 1- the stu- dwlig forda.~Wudayol
denstrngr fr te exteffrt byandbyrather see "God's acre" what, in twenty
den stonar or he estefort byandbyyears more,it promised to be-a wildetr-
this accumulation of power becomes re- seso aeesgaeudsigihbg
joicingly obvious to himself, and he finds and ruinous?

WATURDAIY, FEI. ]11, 1860e;
.I. L ... i L 1 1 *I1 .
'b~ A gent for the 'ST.

s~criptions, me,@i qqllectioIS ndin vPCOrL eu-

EI;SMiss 3.~ A. 31A4THERn re~plests timb
the members of her aing~ing class will havq
thle kiindness to return to hei: the outE
books they may have in their possession.
St. Auguistine and Her Educa-
tiona pi~il II f~

of thle oppout tocere~i Icilr3 ."noral e 1
at .u.. .1 rI 'I ... i ..r
"Hf Prtestanlts are resolved to extend
their feigh1 there IIUt he a PrToteslaNt 71is-
sionary P'ropnlganda,. But, I think, I hear
thle exlilllill h i nat n o s boiaptij co I$t?

Perhaps there isr amoral to be drawnr fro"'
Ihis dlifhoculty ait sli outset: -
A 'ul.. .. a nolptury on the inefficacy

e'CS Utr is O ... ;l. ;II'i.- .Ias Ienuduc i.
conugu uni cat<.1 ... 1i.. LIl- c .1 I
mi ssio naryl~, s. ...- I 1........: :- -
to~ ~~ ~~~- raet'..... -

tlons at tie many~r:! ; an~d tllus withl re:eren.1Ce

~ulsl lecy 1 o now Jscases tiec Lort' Jd --
surecly they do not believe the docutrines of
thle Chureb tiupo!, the sub~ject, nor regard
.horl selelmn injuncotions~ or they would not
do thus.

SHistorical Societ~y.
}Ye are reqluested to announce, thalt, on
Tuesday night next, JonIN A. STEISIusCle,
1sl. i 11delivra Ictrl he 31~ethlo
dils C'1 pel, b me- theou 8 ritual Societ
of Florianl, on thle society anld agriculture
of Parle tiled
I i8Sqirva cit hlaviny been a resident
.II Ti i -rnu: ll n avh r

fully thus far., We~ ....3 1 -II Jope thay
may fpt'R go phlernal or spasmodlie, but a
persispent a)! pe~rlltUpl a!dvanlta~e to our
hity. We pan soo LPp reaopl! whIy st. Aug i
ustinle should no b lo ;s celcbrated for the
eiexucaleo of her schlops, asi for' tha lovell-
neag pf lier cllimate.
-a T\'o: areoweert in one danger, which
iudeed shouuld be nlo danger to ]uofty anud
liberal minds. The momenlt our schools
erect fortifications of, sect and isus~ around
them, that mlom~ent, we honestly beieve,
tlhey strikeu the first blow at their ownI r~uin.
The ch o-roomu is nt the giau tra toalt l

to the f.26.j, i.,,,,i., mid the cotiiscratted
tencllers Rf religion; tl:e; development E
the intellepnt, in. r,, 2..7. and stor/lng the
mi ndl w ithl I ... I..I. 1 c.. .u . 1 incl
hallowedl .7 11 .. .. ....I influenocs and a
amples wiviel inculcate practical pity, a~e
thle department of the presidiong spirits in
the schiool-roown. The porth of a school

A Speaker at Ltet. *
After hot and 1 .~. ,..1 skirmishing
for ucearly twvo months, the battle is fpughlt,
anld tlheo clctionl of a Speaker is at In~st of
fected jln thle Iuouse. The first day of
February Exs-qpver~nor PEINNIIIaTOw, o f
N. J., was lc1ted by a uraijority ~of one,
andt duly conducted tp the chair by two
ya~nquishedt candidates, MessrJ. Bockl anud
Shecrmanl. All this then the wnhools of
guovrnmntcl have beecn looked, anid the af-
faurs of thle n:tion hnllllst at a standsl:till.
A spirit OFBfO1loneo and disorder lhas grogn
rup 1 a'ti the popubuhnr l F1$1s4r Co

- .. ..... I... .ho U~nio !na haeen drift-
... uonve~r to breaker~s thaq evor beforgin
its untionall career. Nlorlh atal .un.I 1..70
bcen .....1l.0 r.,;u theniselves and pochl pth-
... I. i! ey poqtroveruies, that really had
none rl,... rc interested aims, while is-
sueslgbypbeen pt stakie periloup to the

HIsI Honor the Blayor does not avail hiim-
Self of this meialiti to 100 ifs hear whlat ~e
does with ou~r money4, and what ordlionaes
wre are expoectd to observe.
There are ordinances prohibitilgR the
centering9 of hlorsesi in thle streets, and a
very wise provision it is, khere streetsarre
so Inarow aIs ours aire. I, Ilyself saw a
little negrou child peun over by a canteria
horse tl;o other diay. No thaphlls to the
horse or rider thiat thea child wals not killed.
In sovrcal instaeces I loaur fling~ *stra,,nges
entirely ignornnt, of this probibition,: have
o tl fiiet fof ri hiting it, and to oanId-

Meteorological observations.
hir Monthly- register of Meuteoroogi:loial
obhservatio in, for January~, 1800, fu~rnish.
,d by lr. AUrrAns, Observer fo~r the Smuith_
se~nianu Institution

~The~.rmomte Direction of rount k"



AT TOCOT os the St. Johns
,>r a c oive Lnt~ld~soo~ B open
This Hlotel has recently-been
urnished. It is on the Earst
side of the St. iJhns rive .1.- I... .1 ?
latR at the termianls o~f i: .-i tI I
(nolv bein goroul.ructed) annncctingF t ds poin

--I o mpleted.
Apyplicantrs for board wili .' . ., .1, 11a
Dec. 10 1850 1 .- .

at. Owne 8~ne
p:rr: : ,r ,,, 1 itilzen of St. Au_
.. I I, ... vicinity, nud so-
. ; lj Villls i tr th~at he
sl dnt hreceied o as .II: .-
ofCliote rsree sIlr market s~quare per aclls.
Maul ousa ant d .I . I-I nd lork

cleries, consisting in part of thre following ar-
Merino, all Wool, y, .. 1. .. .1 T.. -: 1. 1-'F
all wOol of thle iml ... .. ..i =1!
in Co., siec 13o Ba lar, Secotelbl a'~ids6 Iish
~Calicoes, De'bagesl, Book bad Swiss Munslins,
B~lanksts ble soi1~~~ l~~~ 1.nd en ;
squre"1, 11' 1 1 .* 1
Broad Clothl, Vestings and ready made clothing*
Ribbons, Yelvets Mloriantic Fringes of all colors
shrc and uln f,a 1pl/1roWorsted split ental
Needles, Neekt Laces, Olass Beads anld &610sgris,
Cosmotie Varigatel Almond brownninsor
gastile transpalrent Soupsu, Hoeiery and G~loves
French K~id lisle thireadl and silk, Hlose Slate,
brownl, blarck and white, Mlisses and Chlildren's
in grelt variety. no woniad pationlarly -cn i
thle attentiion of Hlotel and HIouse keepers to hris
\ihite Granite
:rnd Ertln outs e, pcliuleJ h tae v i rl
sold a tr~ifio above cost for cash.
th ni t r. '11, return l mostd sonce e
ous c~ustomrg of thris Anocint City for lhe libe-
rul patronage bestoweet on use for thle past five
years and solicit a continuasce of the sameo. I
wvi ny o ir ose in te tade hao in umae
the principal part of my purchases for cash
andl on accotir l II. ..? .I tlwowe
Oct. 22 Mr. DOWNY.



Arriv Is at th~e PG~nale *h. HPote.

B !;ran -~na P w3Yrk, ~ RtFel U

Crzjg Teqnessee, P~hilip Praser .0l !. ~
vill; Johl, I1 Long Chlarleston S C), obs
Bofrugu~ Alass, 10dward S Dickienson N
,J BaympL E Tucoker -lew.Bork-, Miss E ~

ton Novar i'Corga, Jaster '! Fictuon
Sova secifi, My- Vanl Camp~ Quebeu, C:ol
F'L Wheaton Jacksonv~ill ,7..1... C ..rll..

100, .lici~nue Tilton ?1:sr 1I... 1 !..
Juanu Ailantal Ga, fiiax ?,' -.. L , .1 I
Kyg, Benj li... Jr U 8' C S, EM Jl'Au-
gele Ocala~ ] I, - M\(. (j~nr Ocala Fa, A
3:nlson New Y rli PaT iine Tocol, 14 !

Brpl-.'als at the? MagiPnaoul a no e.

W~. S. HIarris, Oeala, Fla.
HI. E. Verdier, Carolina. <
Miis Verdier, do.
JameLs B~ridge, Charlelston S. 0/
3i.~ton, auauna.
R. IMasters, Jackisonril~e.
Mr;. Aidais, New7 York~.
John Sheldon, Newv Sruyra, Fla.
John C. Lee, Adamlsville, Fla-
F. L. Reed, lady and son, Marion, OhiQ.
B. G~ardiner, Mlagpolia, Fila.

THE l:IGHT I1IRD.?Old Dr, Nichol8,
who formerly practiced muedicine, found thle
calls and fees did nlot come farst enough to
please hime, so he added an apothecalry sho?
to his business, for thle sale of prugi' and
medicines. Hec ha~d a e-reat sign painted. to
attreet the wonldering eyes of the villagecrs,
and the doctor Javed to stand in frolt of his
shop and explain its beauty to the gaping
behpiders. Oneof these was n Irishman
who, gaed at itfot a while with a -comic:41
look, andthen explained: "~Och, and by

tere's soetdn o itle to t wanting i

"A'~nd what, pray,is that?" asked the
"Why21, y.ou, see," said Pat, "you've got

Sbbal~~ she ix b ter liercj and nota bit

"Aye!i yes," replied the doctor, "Lthat's
a good idea. I'II have a couple of swans
pa adt here; wouldn't they be fine ?'t
L'at, and I don't kinowr but they
would," said Pat; "but f'am after thinkring
there's another kind of bird would be more
1Lrn gl stiglat?" asle tie doctor.
t~y bu h n't eay 18io Dfhiame
jist now, bu e is one of thecm kiind of birds
that when he sinlgs he cries, "Quacki, qluaci,
quack, qluack!"
The last thaut was seen of Pat and the
noctor was Pat ruqqo for dear life nq
the Doctor after hiu4 l

al a(.C ~ ~i t ea ~ly o~4~ prn 8
37 Central street, Bosto
(Successors to ES. F. Jones & Co,)
Ni. E.-Th~ie Jones Burner, recently improved,

tured. 81m Nov. 13

]OI NDION FICKiLESProenhandlEuglish Ius-
;)n~i n tard n

Center Table and Manntle Pluidl Lam y
Stationery, Pasper,Penls, Ink, Envelopes; &0
For sale by JOHIN \Y. SWYINNY.
|no 20

TXIL e old on th fis lod y in Au-
Sgust next, before thle Court Housein the
30mll ther a s 11l pa til Sa ndecount
'laxes anld expenses due therein for rthre year
1859, by thle beirs of Mrs. Lawrrence, to wit:
the undivided half of a tract of land situated on
rhe North river about 16 miles North of Sc.
Augustine, bounded on the North by trats of
IlaEnall S16til, F. P, SILnohez aLdG lubliclan 8,
East and Wes~t b~y public lands, and South by
tract of Leoiarlyl and publioanels. Being see.
02~ of T. ;,. S. It. 2'J E. and according to thre
Go enngt sur my cnaig 1,ej.9 eqo
tofore assessed to Win. Trave~s.
a. U. R:ooss1,'slletf B Ix-offr Tax.
Asressor & CollectorSt. Joh~ns County.
Jan. i, lsoo.

I:te~xr cof tic olon's sAnt nllt.

ne d raeld. I Shall offer for Sale in front of
thre Coulrt House in thle City of St. A~ugustine at
te usa ho 3) sa e otacelonidayrteO~l a
Granted to P'. R. Younge, and levied upon as

;.i.Thiousand and Forty Eighlt acres.

sate and County Taxes for year

A.:1 i., ra E*, I' It

Tax C'ollector's Sale.
TXILL be sold, on the first Monday of Many
n Iext, before thle Court House door in St.
,, . 1 1 ... property to paly thre

fo they ..! /I rI.- l l.. i* .*
towit: Li. Lr I...1 .I: I.i...
adjoining South the Wallen House; ~a Lot ad-
joining N ytlD Leonr~di O pr ems 1Ex ff
Tax Alssessor & Collector, S. J. C.
The above sale is for the purpose of perfeet-
ing. the titles.
r. B. DUUSs, Agent.

-trlLL en ld, before th eCours fl sed door
Jun net, treof 1 ing pr pertS, tor so
sml th ro s milp y ted itt

Smyrna, bounded N;orth by Ormond' I~sd1
So0r iy DUmmett's,41st by the river, .I .tt

The above .;.. -iI p eassof pere
ing the title.

I Tna? Chanety.

N'atlian Cobb. jca c~
Yvrirtue of a Decree of tle Hon. court of.
.. . I .

I...i ... I 1, ~ I e. .. ?~
*~~:i *'*.;-!- ~ r ~I
a I1: c~~-l .. .

held until thesp yents are complex .the fr

Monday inFebruary~180,by consent.
The above sale is portp~oned by consent of
parties to first Monday 5th day of 11arch l860s
Sheri fSt J so uty.
St Nuuiik 9t. Johns county do

Y virtile of sundry executioua issued out of
nom Enster 1 ire it of Pofid at di ect~e
? I .1.i' ..i said -county, I have
I '..11i public sale before
te Court Housse door in thed cy of ,c ugs

tween the usual hours of sale, the following de-
scribed property to wit:
A House and Lot in Charlotte street in the
city of St. Augustine,
Known as City H~otel.
A House and Lot in P'icolata street boynde~d
N. by said street, E. by Lot formerly of Corne-
lius Du~pont, W. by Lot of Mis. C. Foster.
Jo00 Lores Land 13 mlile swamp knuown as
1 L .c. i North niver k~nown as ShlloI

l Acres Land, P'ellicer's Creek-, formerly of
Robert aickler.
5 shares in City Saw Mlill.
INL. The above sale is postponed untill11st
mondayin DecsLembcrnet.
The above' sale is postponed until the first
Monday in January 1800O.
The above ~sale is postponeod until the first
M~onday in March next, by consent.
8 si uSheri S. Jhus County.

am n1~ pr n itto offor to my old friends
most splendid assortment otf fll and winter dry
goo su lt io owp ice sfor csh ordct c
approved endlorsers. Orders froth mly country
friends accon a oied wetll tie canui tle

put up with great ciare and attention to give en-
tre esatistdacation 11 th prchaser. all a ounts
wiib vallowixl abiv per recent. oh;fo cac e
sortment of oods.

consisting of French bi ad Cloth, Doe skin Car-
simoeres, Pilot Clothsu, S~atinetts and K(. Jean,
Tweid Cosi ,Fcianc Csssimr Laiesi e .th
grey Blankets, moRIvo ~lson ~1,ote Enlis Meri-
noes, Makinaw is I c. Kiersey, Mleri-
much Prints, I i.: . I u- .- IHose, Genta
Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cloakis,. Mourning
Delains, Gents Merino hnlf Ilose, French and
Englisih Camibrica, Red and Wh'lite flannels.

I I i I L

a 54 N~6Z E
1 il~c 61 NE S

I (i'B ~~w 8.
D151 j ~ SE iS
5ua ai36 Nwl N 11

::2 i- ;BB 1
$3 I ( S v
17lu 66 E Rr
238 i E

31 67 N

SPA oun man, haiiving

at his disposal, desires to fin
French, German or Spamsh ll

~~- -

DIED---1R thi 5 9 after
CARR1IE 7101?ITA, eldr
Sanmuel and ** .h r Buffi
years 1 months aod 23 days.

of an ich. \P6v8rte6 TRSte. ..~ former proprirtor, of thle Unt-
Von Tioil informls us tha~t thle Icellladers ~~, Id a ol a~rs nn ~lo Ilinpma at
Swhenl them is a sentecity of foddeor, feecd theii iro giv l hint call. He wi.ll :LhVay9s be found
culttle wYithl Sternh)lit (ak~ind of fIsh), whliCh readly. to groo~t thleml inl h~iS usual styC.
together with thle heads anld boneIS- of COd, Jan1. 7.
A 0.00 ,isbeate smll nd mixed withi onle qjuarrer~i I$
N1 Otoo f choppedhIay. 110 adds,tha~t th e coutld #IA GNObT~IIL IO S
R 0.000 ar.e foud of this fo~od, andl yield a good deal
se oloa o mi) l af. I 1 ~ .. l~. 1 ~ sinillr ST. AUGUSTINE9~, FLORIDA'

u' I I.uen .1 .r111, i .. i. r 1- - ... 6 J Ilat .

.... .. I arI r 141 *:11 .1 r .I.3,.er1 0 1 1 ll
~~fi v. Is ,,, 1.. ~..1,~, 1, 1,1 i. .. .. I . Triil. D~!~ TEPTl *$ ~p;&i

,0. .r..., ,Single Roonll3 2cl tory 6 50 "

........ ., ~rI ...... ,, , a .i

.... ,,,, ,, ,. .....,,,,,no ,Ir ~ b i,., _,..,

.L 6.. ''" ..E 1.. I I. .12.1 --* .ls ~;rf' Bqq* 3

1 0 l., . r..s ,; i.I |.11.,.1there are aSSUr- .STREETS,
Olo ,,fitnsolcesforcltltle'slives. : Onecompar7
part of his time: has all its assu~red cattle vaccinated as a I ~OHAR LESTO N, $, C.
d ppil i I a ..... against ectag~ious pneumonia.
language, or the Ainothesr company inneculates only wh]en tite 1 1
,,.. n. n.. disease has invaded, the aInimals' stalls.
--l the drd omlgag does tratt dt ackfira kn fil t~lsrbr ]nit J 1 e ntie aboae weH

company has lost 6, pe cen~t. of cattle, the SPoe rU Y to ilfnlte for ~er a~los of tl
second 11 per cenlt. and the third 40 per bIb ILoUel .le~lled an ofrjled i ,

MUlll.. /ARRACEMENTS~B. PLAN IERS IIO'IEL.. L e ca tmoTICES .__ IGOsrga State gOttergr'

Nor ts al~l closoos Imlvrsany at% 8 A. M., B Mp~ Stj e *P LL personslzi. haing. anylaimsP, or demmnds ROJyl IHRVRHS Lu tery,
an I undys, i Ai agarinsth Etla itue of Narthanll Cobb late of
Southlern Malil closes onl Satuldays at. 8 A. MI. S. BIFFINGTON, PROPRIETOR. St. Johln. county deoceased, alre required to ex. Foir thre benefit of the---
Nratthern M\ail is dule onl TI'hursdiays and Sat- hibit thle came withiin two yealRs, andr thlose in- MONITICE&LLO
urdngs by 12 P. 31I. TIllS FIR:ST rTLASS IIOTEL debt ed to thle Estate, are required to mak~e pay- UNION ACADEMY
Southorq Malil is due on Suandas at 5 P. 3. ha boeen leased for a term ~of ITELE W.adit i COBBEeurX FJSE ONY ERI,
yeaLIrs by' Sant1. ~uflington the Fb LE 11"OE Excti.O 7PR OUT~O~~~

e w.
Authorized b
y Special Act of Logislature



ALL persons inld~i tod 0to1 teEstalte of ThLos.
Ii I~lte ino o St. Johnls county dceased are r~e-
u Isld nu alke innmedlitato li:yniOi tic un, l

t ntllir wd Il'le I~line plesiedi bylwv, or tity
notice will be p11lead in n l.RACSIIE
Fieb. 1118C0. Sw A~dministratrix-

LL5T persozisr indebted to thle Estate of Annie
I init, deconsedl are rcxluestred to mak~e im-
pers.onls having LI .. I' !.
iM a r c -ile ir oo t I .I I ..... .', I
payment. MA:TiLDA COL)PE.* .1...
1 :GEO1IGE COLEE, .. II ~ illnceSS
est daughter i
ington, aged 5

I r. he ... --
..1 ~ I *.11.1

i Executrix.

CIX weekt offer darte I shanll apply to thle
3Court of Probate of the county of St.
>hlns for lete of 110a nimtcdv p e est n

Rlobert Mcllalrdey, deceased.
St. AugulstincJan. 7, I180.
N~ l'CIS.

nS~u. rec fe date I oa11nnM to tl
FI n, fr e trs fdi n avaratio de bon to non


Sf !erByO' given to all whlom it ~may concern
Sthatl I h;ve this ::d day of D~ecemiber A. D.
1859) Irevokd, annulled, and made void a Leotter
of Btamo ym o lo r toJ e. Icmn Esq.
Ez. Est. of Ai. Dupont dee.
Dec. 10 1859

.AL~persons indebted to the Estate of Gad
1P Hum~phreyslnte of St. John's county,. do.
ceased are requested to make inmmediate pay-
mcun to he ridersigned; ani :1ll persons leaving
,,,,,,,~I ,,. I ,, e tim~e prescribed Jy
law, or this notice willbe plead in bar.
N'ov.26thl859. Administratrix.

CIX months xAftr thle da~te heoreof I shlall ap-
S ply to tile Judge of P'robate of St. Johns
couiniy for miy dischanrge as admllinistrator with
the will annexed of the: Estitte of H~annah
Smith, deceased. GO 1 ARAK,
St. Augustine, June S, 1850'. .*

r~IX months after date hereoflI shall make a -
Splication to the Judge of Probate of P t-
nml courlty3 ftr a Sfnal se ttlement susdefor my
Alnutore Giroux, deceased late of saidr county.
August 18, 1850, Sw
AP~PLICATIONU will be made to the .Tudge of
thle Circuit Court or Judge of Probate of St.
.Johlns county, for suthoriry to sell certain real
estate of R. C. Miller for the purpose of a more
profitable investment.
Nov. 26, 1850. Aw


WVOULD) respectfully inform his friends
,,,1 i I, pbli generally, thatheo is alwa~s
3.., .. to exeoute any orders, in h~is
line, whlich theoy may favor him with. IlIe has
on hand, and is alwalys supplying him~self with
thle most fashlionab~le Goods, suchl as superior
French black, blueC and browrn.Cloths, hlackr Toe
'tn an Fancy Cassiller, Vestiugs, Neck
All orders executed in the best style of wori-
manship, force sh oily.

'nmit ols 1tik oe cas~ioq to nssur tl emi e l
or assistanuc, to renldor their sojourn nt the

U. S. MASAulls SALE.
71 rir tu tot FzoErcoadions issuBd ont o
Nor~thera Dist~ict of Florida, and direcrea
.. Flranlcis Blridlent the city of St. Augs-
.. ave leviod uper and will sell at pulblic
ootis in front of U. S. Court Hollse inl tliirs
March atl 12 I' I described
property. or a part tha'eof. as levied iponl pre-
vious by thle Serill ofSt. Johas county, vist
A House and L~ot ir Charlotte Sueect in the
city of St. At City Hotel.
Ai House aga l ot, in P'icol;Ltx Street, bounded
I i-- -lid St., E by alat formlerllyof Corn.IuCIs
i*.... West by alolof Mrs. Foster.
..~ Lres Laud in!l2 mile Swlnmp, kunon as
Joi rt- Genopop y s. Noh ir,
I1 .. Iut ~v
.- I; s Creek;, f .
-.. .. . I n. -: I ; i

E. E, ' . *' I ~
St. Augsteii~l Jan~i 7.18


J.E, 31Bf'DO0CGT, at. the oldl stand of Dri
t*": poql ecq icy ofOreasury Luie an ounces

with(Legoo tased hismarket an1d it wirll
be offered! for calsh a very low prices. The as-
sitle 1 aesL tooh 2 elwii~nut on nn at

] ... !.. .. . i . "i. i 1 1, r .r

THIE SU!SCRIBERL keous constannl
*' I handr, andl for halec, liqluors 6f the
'llowing Ora~nels: Old Q1. O. V. P'.
.. on lon >)ock Brounliy du~t;Lo 1 iS
Bons~l. .1. .onony lol~rs-
dmricart Gin, l'cPIe E. R~uln, fcielmr i
mlade Shnaupps, aidiers Wine, Sherry Wine
Corelt Wu ae, ofdhel bes~ l:10Tn s, aLCh nJ

Fo 'teci. tordials,< a he Cher tuxI~rauds, Stough-
tl' itr, 0rb*L S Sc
Feb 5 CDAO

A 000i AesSatlrreelt



c. ne

*222 Pearl- te., New YorkB.


(Successes to A. L. ACK(El:RMA,)
oet 1 im

1 *1 ?'l:S <0 00., 4GEI'2YO,
l bVenurine Article-
Oct 22 u. E. CnaRE.

ennn and satisfactor~y
easa lr.

25828 PRIZES I


IHeINN;E' & cCO., Hanatgrers.
Ton ne daw intopii I ido all ,~o quyodrin
that purpose, in the

City Of SALVARnill Georgia.


Class 53, to be Drawn Jan. : II
Class 54, to be Drawn Jan. 14, lov.
Class 63, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 1860.
Clsas 50, to 130 Drawn Jun. 28, 1860.

On the Plan8.of inglle Numbers,

Fifey Til01ISaR(I TitlO~S!

1 rie of 40o,o, is So0,ooo

1 4 2,000 i 0 ~0

1 10,100 is 1f,100 )
1 1,000 are 5,000
10 '00 ae 5,000

2 i ,00 are 4,00
]O 150O are 7,500
10 "' 100 are 81)0,0

4 Przed $200 a e reimin to 0
4( Prze of 150 aprxmtng~ to
rr 2000 piz are 60,00
4 Prizes of 1"00 approximating to
5~i,000 p~rie are 400
8 Prizes of 6j0 approximating to
3,000D prize are 40 0
8 Prizes of 501 approximating to
2,000 prize are 40
8 Prizes of 40 approximariong to

a rizes of afizoproximating to
1,100 prize- are 240
40 Prizres of 20 approximating to
S 1,00 prize are 8,00

25,000 Prizes of 10 are........... O30,000

25,828 a'ting to.......$866,040

171110 ickt~ S $210,HRVS


wi1het osm nubr co n th~e tlet pisptedoen
sparate 1lpds of pal r, are encircled with small
The first 179 Prizes, similarly printed and on
circled, are placed in another wheel.
is ie \rael r that revroh8,i ana number
same time a Prize is I .. .. I . II. -heel
of Numbers, andl at thle same time a Prize is
drawn from thle other wheel. The number :dnd
prize drawn out are opened and exhlibited to the
audlienec, andr regriasered by the Commissioners;
thle Prize being plaesd against the Number
drawn. This openraion is repeated until the
prizes are drawn out. .

amp1e if Tic~a II - I * I SB,
Prize, thoses Tickets lnumbered 11248S, 1121,
11251, 11252 will coach he outitled to $200. If
TIicket No. 550: draws th~e $1?>,000 Prize, those
tic:;ets nlumberred .j48, 540, 551,~ 552, will each
be entitled to $150O, and so on according. to the
above schlemc. .

cCertmoirtes oT ?Packrages be
sold at the following rate,, wvhich is the risi:
Cce of ack~ages of U~hole Ticktets...$ j
0 Quarter ; 15 /
IN01DCEIGN~G il.E .~ . o i. i li1 4.1 -" i
Enclose thle nioney to our address for tickets
ordered, onreceipt of which they will be forward-
od by first mail. Purchasers can have tickets
endilgne 1aou figure they may desi une wl e
sent to pourchiasers ilmmedliately after the draw-

F urchlaers winlpleass wriwtheir sig-
natures plain, and give their post~office, county,
an toememnber that every prize is drawn

usual timel of tbirey daiys.
41d onis crr or oscct or Crif /tes to
fly,, A eEY u CU., Savlianah, .v
from the wheel, with~ thle an oult oftbe prize tha L
,neh onte is entitled to, will be published after
:very drawing, in thle Sarannah aily ?iews.

Paesila CaTOO~rieS*
JU~~ST rcie a frres supply of Family Gro-
SWVINNEY'S Cash Store. *
Oct. 15.
lOLLINIS Axes, Spades, Shovels, Corn Mills,
\IGrubbing Hioes,. Curry Comlbs &0.
B. E. CARRi.


eAg 1mu nal e' 1 iny Ikand of thseeda -


JUf urSeT eo Schr. Mar Louisa direct
60 !bols. Southern Flour, WV. Wheat,
12! Cbls. Extra P'ilot Bread,
13 dlo. Ir sh Potatoes,
do. Sodls C'rackers,
dla. ., ~
do* Frrinla
14 Boxes Co014 ab r. and W. Soda Soaps>
14 do. Varigated.
5 Bbts. Stualrt's Crushed and~pulverized

Coffee, CandlegapiQCadies.
Opt. st M DOWNEY.

~_ ____~__1_______1__ D ~-3t----3-I

U:Rlinkes, blue, redaLnq~gey. Shawrls longa and
'"- '''s.', ~ .. 3 '
R~ibb~ons, Volvets Morhintic 1 ..... .il 1
H!OP as l an n Hylas py i. . ... ~.;
Needles, Neck Laeces,cl * ...1. ....I I .t
Cosmetic Var~igxted blmuond brown WVinsor
Castile transparel .. -, Hiosiery and G;loves
F- each K lid lisle and silk, Hose Slate,
browrn, blapck and whliti: Misses and Children's
in great variety. He pould particularly call
the attention of Hotlel qbd House k~eepers to bs
white Granite `
and Earithec ~ir War, pm based at the N ;
rect ne tade ,me. 11teaove ; .

th a it cor~dia~l fr e dn20s ne .
ry a~

lilal~sp als to 11
od e a oun oni ~. ~ ~ '..
m o ntI sJ M . D O W N E i r l
9'"11"1' ~ ~ ~ y11 11
8- 00 S'fmet


12 g Bbl Exta ilored,

do.c Onions,
,B81 do SdaCrckeIL

CiOu6s ou~len I~leW W~an uosn~

()ct 2 tee,. Uztr .. g z. r
O DON PICKsLEos, Fetc nlngihu-

do. 10. or10.

C~Ioffe 1hs fo gandes D1, nl. pe 16.a Bn

37t Genr: stret Boston

gi es <:I u.i 8
tued m1? Nov. 1 '.;

.r r~ons aH

genuine Ar2l. i
Qq(am do 11. pE CAIA.


- or thle hnlofit of' the--
or' usesui~ cously~, clolal.\,
izedl I-y Spoolal. Act of Legislanture



awn in p ibllic under thle sworn superin-
e of two Commissioners, appointed fior
that plurpoose in tre

y of Savannah G~eorgia.

ss 63, to bie Dpran .ann. 7, Isco;
ss 54, to bc Ir:L awn. u14, 18;0.
ss 55, to be Drawn Jan. 01, 1800.
ss 56,~ to be Djrnwn Jan. 2,8, 1800-

'ihty TlrOUSRR(I~ TithBetS!

Prize of $6i)1),00 is 800,000
"i '.,000 is j, 2W00
01,00 is 10,000

is 1,5n00
,100O is 1,1(00
0,000 :I~ .0
4@0 rI ~are 800
3010 are 6n00
00 are 400
"150 are 7,500
0 100 are 10,000
Prizres of $2100 approxrimalting to
s0o.000 prize are 800

Prizies of 150 approximanting to
6,000I prize are 400
Prizes of 80 arpproxrinltation to
4.00U0 prize are 320
Pr:izes of 60O approximasting to
3,00O0 prize are. 480
PIrjres of 50) nlproximuating to
2,000 prize aIre 400
Prize of 4( Ripeproximacinig toSS
Prizes of 30inepproxiirmaing to40

0 Prizes of 20 approximqting to
100 ~prize asre 8,0100
,000 Prizes of 10 are........... 230,(000

b,828 a'ting to.......$3;66,e049

numlbers siom 1 to so,000 correspondjn
huos muinbers on thle tickets printed o
.,,, ,, -enirdcled ithl small
: H. .= heel -
first, 17) Frizes, siilarnly printed and en
, are placedl in naothur wh~eel.
wheels ar'e then rcvolverd, onet unluber
-n romo thle wheel of auiebers, and at hle
im~e a Prize ,is drawn fromn thle w~heel
!bers, and ait thle sarme time a. Prize is
from the other wheecl. The nulmber and
x;awn out ure opened undl ehibited to the
ce, and registered by the Commrissioners;
ize being pluecd aganist thle number
This operation is repeated until the
;Lre drawsn out.
y..4 .d '' i ' us.-The~ two
'"! Numbers to
I120 4JI lis l p"i xntim 0'1 Fi s. I;or eno

154silo 551 550,rle vil cac. I

,u nso on accordingr to te

tuilito isofPaol c

n 10 Half ii30

~o ~ I 'I, .. i [ i(

--- -- - 1. I. .
. . ... o_ .. . .. do ignato*

pu'"rnchers ipmedciately ate the I
Plurchasers wvill ple;ae wvrite their sig
. ...; ... .. theii post~oic e, county,

.' 1;1 veju~lw e is drawn

SAll prizes 81,000O alnd undor nlaii(Ljmmoi
hfter the11 dlrawing-other prizes at the
ime of thirt~y days.

McK1XlNEY' & CO., Savannahl, GB
vI~ ittll ier :I o intd il pi.e t o vp
ne is emli'il eo 1i 1e ch 111 i d aftext

irdocived a fresh supply of Family Gro.
SWINNEY'S Cash Store.

1NB Axsc,SBpades, Shovels, Corn i~ills,
ubbing IIoes, Ourry Combs &c.
'JI E. CatIII,

* 1l[ h ohl on the firstt Monday in Au1-
T, E. MEDDUOUGTTI, at the od stand~ of Du- I Vgust next, before the Co'urt Hoausein the
,pont, epr~ner of Treasu~ry Lane annoueces c il? :h 0..11
thle rcoccipt of a fine assort ment, of S1)lprn anid so:- .. 1. l =" I .~II "* ' i
Summer Goods scelected especially in necordance Talxes and expenses dlue thlereon for the yealr
:I. i e of thlis tmarket sud if will 1850, by thep heirR of Mrs. Lawrence, to wit:
IIl. t very lowv prices. ThgR as- 'i. 1. .1 1 i..Iii of a tract of land situated on
sortmntal Is well wvorthly an examination and ii ,i: II lhout ](6 miles North of St.
will bo: ap1CleSUre to 61how the goods. Call ndt Algulstine, bounded on the N'orth by tracts of
sec. Haiinlnah 8rithl, F. P. SancaEz and publielands,
1:ast arnd W\est by public lands, and South by
IBSO, tralctof Leos~nasrdy dpubliciannds. Deing see.-
ii" of T. 5,. S. II. 20 E. andl accor~ding to thei
Fie Pnily Groayies, PIeslran rniy son,,...,,. orovenlet su....eys containill, I,lns., twoI)
My1.J. E. MEDIIIULOUGU. ok a. sies tvol ofmi tract has been hlere

.-9 D. n1Oa1:no,1swir 1El-oir. Tax.
i.Lin@PS ^\-os S~oonctolSL. nuL~sounts.
I Ia := .1 I r !.i ,k~eeps constant A l t*.>SL
S,,on hanld, and: for sale, liqulorsi of the
'. flilowing: Brands: Old Q1. O. V. P Y Virtueo rl I ... --. I utt of th~e Pro-
.1. onldon Do 1 i.1 ae14, boatCouit of St. John's Counity andto
lilackrl .. 1 I . :.... I ...; ibson & nlkedircted, I Shnlloffer for Sale in fr~ont of
Sonls' I .....1, ..1.. I. I ... .I ,.l L~s.11s ir h Courthlonuei nt hee ~ ity -I 1.>;.
tey,. ... . I ..1.. . -. w ~is ky, ' -- I' .is. .. - -= --- n ... ,
Amenri .. ... i ..... ~.. .Iam Aro- 'I*I *, '. **c rc fL n
mlatic Shlun.pps,, M~adit. T-... :itery WYine Granted to P. RI. Younge, and levied upon as
C;etrart Tines, of the .-I I such as St the Property of Henry Younge, bomgat Town~r-
Julidn, Ca~tal:n, Lions, and~l Larourondo, Ale ahip 5, Iango 28; S. and E, Sec. 42, and con~I-
P'orter. Cordials, phhtie Chrasuxrands, Stough- taining Two Thquesnd and Forty L hai~ .
teu's glitters, Orgottt &c 0. Cc ('048 acres.)
C. BRAV1O Sold for State and County Tall yeagrn
Feb 5. **1~ *E - i*

O ~ ~ ~ ~ .J~ ~i [M a- I

~E(0 1Ive to jnfrirm the citizen ~of St. Au-
gI ustine and std funding -:.;: 1 .. TB (*ppeggyp'g'' Sg g

,.. ,i ,..... h int the Paurt Hlouse door in St.

.I i. ... .....I Ii.i. .I.. I Ir ir b h 0r1~~b h ir. *f e dougetre
a well selected gt00 of Dry Gonds and Grp- for eit ye Lot asthe i~ nrs so eF ere Lt
cei oJ, coniisting 'in anrt of the following ar- adjoining South thle Wa~llen HIouse; a Lot ad1-
PREiNcHr rND ENGLISH- J....r .. ....-i '
3lerino, all T.a. -.. .Fx Asse sorB & o sto, S.a C. -
all wool of II ,. .11 I in ... The above sale is for theb purpose of perfect;

Lin o heI i?-' nl~; Sc c'io aiedeish n h ils P. B. DUMAS9, Agent .
Carlicoas; .*. I ... I ..; I Swiss Muslinsl, -(ov. 5.

rJTTII 1'EBI)I~N OBTII U. BES'' b~sLBI'B ~, I- he Schlool underF the careof I
BY TE PESIDNT F TH II gp 4 FI PA&1 rl .' issues Matllher & Brown wvill open '
as x 1 a 3\_3/on Thunrsday the 18~th ofUL~OcToho
STATES. fo eso ftn onlhs. Instructions win 1

INr purrsuanc of law,. I JAMELS BUCHA~NAN, .z. l~': .Iigher Miathe-
P president of the U~nitedl S11O tate of AmeriCI1 ll. I .I 11
do hrereby declare and msak known~ thaet pub- St. A~hglustine Jn'y 23, 18501.
.lic salers win be hlohl at. the unldermentionedl ANI
land oti~es in the State of Florida, sat the K; BERO 8 5 NE O I I
'..;.;''''.~''O Y'' : O STE6 R ALOON. THE NEWYlr ORK KER~I.OSENE OlIL CO.
~I'''' ~Author
Is.r. ... 11.. ," Tril ubscibe has (JisTALIrSHEu. 1854-)
s........ establish- 1 II Alnuonce: that, having made great improve-2
Iosite Nelson' i* nea ly o~oe h wil Ioonts in thle munufacture of Kiorosene, they are
8M de t to railroads 'ffloo ont Joi/n's river, at aYlways koopI .. Il....I. 1.. I ... no nbe o toi ote rds YO
on s se' ....:1OYSTERS AND) 1EATABLE;S Th tni2fi .EV
lru .= 1 i.. of Alabanna, inl the direction of at all hours. Hle b: in con~stant receipt of called t~o the subjdoigeth table, thle @ 1
.......subject. ns venuired hv law, to OS .... i. ... .T1 photollnelrical exliiamipaton by El1! N. Kient
a nnuum ot. . . .. ragrr I .. I ,,,g,, suppslied at shrt notie. Estl. of Nworki, Ch~emist, and da ed Fb 3, To be dr

.Korth of #ttLe base liiacandrtoest ofJ the! prin.)L Nov.
Townships 1 and 2, of range 1. MATpcnn't, nv Ynl. iblERALa. JaAMP.
Towrnshrips 1, 2, and 3, of ranges 2 and 3. 22 er-tNwYr4
Townships 2 and 3, of range 4.
Tfownshlips 1, 2, 3, arid I + ... 111 IL BAN~ K & ANI\.A.N
Townships 2, 84, andl 51I, ofrago. (Sucocssors to AI. L. ACF,.ERMlAN,) 3
Townships 3, 4. and 5, of range 10. grgg P ggy ppP IBVBT R 94-4 g Bc!RI i-* oroseho, 18 9
Towvnr s... . !.~..... . 11 .. i_ .... .. ...' ,, n 1..~ n. .. ._ .

21,2., 83, and 24. 4ND

Townships 1, 2, and I 3, .1l ,, 81 EN PCTRR RTCE, TO Bi
Townshrips 3, 2, 3, 53, aliv . .. oct 1 Gm

I \Fships 1, 7, 3, 4, 5, and 6, of ranges 30, To~ th hscos fteSuhenSa.o
1, ~and3. I,WOLuE' GElN UINE COGNAIC nnRANDY, j~_& ~ CITY
SouthL of the base linle and loest of tyepr~iL W : OLFE'S GEN~I{IET PORT WTIN, 2A35li~ 100 410Cla
oiywhlaer~idian. OLFESGENs TTINEM1\ADETRAWlINE, 1.2990 03: 4 85 Cla
Tornship I ,r n. 1 ,; .1 moF~ WOLE'Sry GENgllf HtRRY INE. 88 1 00 12 00 Cla1
st I -h / ,. I am nowi .... I .. = .I s . I wi 1 706 1 25j 17 70 C!la
Townships la id 2, of range 31. na rand .. 1110 innos suces tht as
Norh o te bseineandeat o teprn-crowmnedl my enort = ,.. Gin within
capael mneridian,. the reqh oof all, .. of A~romatic Reliable orders friom thle Trad~ne, by Mal;il or Ii
Townshrip 2, of rage 1. Schieda n Schnapps, andi to drive out of thle TelPgraphI, tilled, o~n i:plplicaltion to
Townships1~~ ~~~ and 2, ofrne ,3 ,6I. can pou nd sch) as Cin AU~SlihN~S, Aycnts, 1
8,fs~p 9, and a frne0. ,,8 G ,I~ y,, ag~. ldayc di-rufg- 0 Poalr Stroot, N. Y. 1
Towunship 1, of ranges 11 and 12. gielstnf apoteai. so andn iedo men fe tR Kosene is also to be cha~inedl at thel MaLn- 1
South of the hBas nle and cast of thepriie cours.;YI In 1. aric*lelf I ufacturers'* Prices, of adllb thll w Yor P10 of
cipal steriiad plied w\ith the e reuetICSL fr~o1l ;.... I .. r 1 ...
1 7, 1, of r anhges 1 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, -I : ** ** .~o ''' ..' tl N. B'.-KEROOS ENE is the trade- 1
'I ''''''. ii. '''' mark~~l of theC K~erosene Oil Cio., and all 1
Townshilo an t e ol r eno-1.n 1.' '.~ %,e psonLs are. cautionedh a!lduist ucsinU the 5
ing on Mlondany, the fifth day of March next, for chitGaa o tan eli tmd et. tt1ae-ar fo 1e is m
Thle disposal of the vacant, lands ia the com)- tl ie 1rce &otntl for mthe grape lp
numbered sections and parts of sectionls,. within for ah lst and previous year (Rn th prospect THEl PARKI 2
the undermentioned townships, which remain fo 1 ohs wa abndt to the United States, wvithiu six miles on eclh The duty on Dr:Lndy is also seventy per~ ce FR '1' CMAY 1
Jcsonide o the rir F. I... ;--. - .n lower, and I hasve now mal~de a~rrngementsA
uk er rnsla la:" an~d 'from A\melia is ind, ithft u~r Brandy exporters in Franlce, of the 4hS CP hL
on the Atlantic, to the watgrs of I- ,.i 1. .1 .:.1 A H A1TA
drith~ a branch tq Cedar Kiey, onl .. I .. 4
?n xmu or w su do&ol rs aul li oai to .. L""."- i k m irsoul, labels $900 000B. P
a. 11 .I I bottled by me,
vt th.r- pre'r, unndulteraterd article, and~ it will -0- i. 4
fout of A. .I T /., . .1.. I .. I, whlen used as a mledicine, a beverag~e,
cipal itridianw or ac . ..I I li l.I I .. -- I : Ithu;s e Iroosr;-23 7 3B~ROADTA Y,, andq 8
been 1 ~ u- * I s..s I ll th at
T : 1.:.:.= ? .30 .? orange 11.- bottle of p~ure, nnaixedl French Drandy, Nas 50 WALL STRZEET. 8 S
.~~~~~~~ a .p ulo ag 2 I~, l ir.i obtain, and (140 purchaeofc, nine -o-
( ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ -. s.r. I> 4 n 5 rrg o s ildi .s T .:;;l.r Insures IBuildings, Mlerchan- 8
.T r l..I. 1, ., 14, and i5, ofrqnge s irits,o Brnd, from it hisghnprice, Iles been diho F lu.In. to ar Crgoes, i prilP House- 8 j
Tosn.:?ig. -,:., !-, '13, 14, and 15, of I urne~ their attentlion toi and millions of ganl- -..i ... "'*' 4
range 15. lons o tLhe so-ca~lled Frenchl Brllndy have b~een l.. I1
Townships 2, 3, 41 11, 12, 18, and 141, ofscatteredl annually through the l~an, and have JOHNPI BODINE,~ Vice Presbident. 25.
range 16. been the primary cause of xpuvrdrs, suicides, W.JFAY prtr.
Townships 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12,' and 13, of cruelties and crimes,:ind have sent Ilhousands GRO. R.~ 10AIRBANWS, 21
range 17. to an early,grave, self-destroyers, fr~om delirum hguS.dgsic
Townships 2, 3, 4, j.O, 11, and 12,, of range tremens, malnis-a-potn and hiorrors, names un- Aet t uutn.
18. ini ipi-7l ib;.t ae June25. Ifgg
T i --, .4.. .. 3, 4, 8, and 9, of ranges 19, bor I .* li **! I *I ...1 .-.. "- ** .' the pure TIOYrS! TO0YS! !
French B3raudy. (1 large variety of Toys for thle Holidays~.
Townshipss 1. 2. 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and, 9), of The virtues of p~urg Froneh B~randy need not Nov. 12 T. NI LSON .
bc told by me. Thecy are known throughout
* -i: 4, 5, 6, and 7i, of range the world as 31 medicine or mlild istimulant. Il R ~ eTe
23.~ is, as thle French untion poetically call it'~ll "Eau 9ae~e wi"th
Townships 1, 2, 3, and 4, of range 24. do vie,"' thre water ~of life. IBob this applies FROM '. .
A~t the land '~olce at St. Augustine, com- to it only whenu pure and unadulterated. Ma;n- -I;
;nnening on Mlonday, thle twenty-seventh da afaLcturcd with thlefe~irklinlgradienta that make EPI&Bf~ W g6 ciT The~TTE o:
of `Februaryg 1. .I '. l* :1 *I60 0 go imitation, it becomes a dealth drink; inreo
lnnds in the innocent tens of th~ousandls qf our racet. .To MF 1Dee~ B 99 The
reaction, within thle under~mentioned townships, remedy a fearful evil, I have c omm~enced ini- v sd
which remain to the United States, withlin six Iportinlg Brandly, bottlinlg it, .. i .1 .. it as, Four K~orse Troy Coaches, Carri gs and Light sam~e t-
miles on each side of the railroadii "from St. "W~olfe's Genuine Coglnae I I at age of Num
John's river, at Jack~sonville, to tlie wvatrs of daily receiving or~ders fr~om thre dru~ggists anld Wagons, all connecting writh the several drawn
Escambisl bay, at or near Pensaols;" and apothecaries in all parts of thre Union~, to sellit CHAbRESTONjr and risez d
"(from Amelia island, oft the Atldntic, to the for medical purposes. nudienu
iraters of Tampa bay, with a branch to Cedar UDOLPHIO WOLFE, BAVA.HNA.HA Steamners. th$e Pr
Key, in thle Gulf of MIexico;" subject, as re- No. 22 Deaver Streeti, New YorkI. Convoyannces always in readiness awaniting ar- drawn.
-i-'^. B tyla, to a mmnmum of twuo dollrs andr P1 .. c- : Orleman: E. J. Haort &r rivals. Distance 18 m~Il; Time, 3 hours. 'Iraes y
acre, v z: Co., . J. T. M~oore & Co- -o- Oi
Nort of I and east of theprin- Nov. 10 ym twis;-? l sin l Dec -ll- from Chanrleston twvice
cipall evtidian. HR FSSL.n ia Savannah. Caroli- ed to
~ ~ ~ ~ Bf~~B ~'dE ',a43o gs2,o, 6 n w hSo dj, St Ma iea d at

Toutshp of he: 2as ln rand eas of g vru the pri Erco ificllini t B. 8 Augus iavnea-, Jlns t ar' iad "po
cipaip me4 idla loi expt o s ie foltorsl ot.ouSn 1 to
and3 an25 20 as lll Etin Ploi;ai on theordi str M onday km rAYzmo S1: LAVE. ~ abov ~~'Iie

be Lf xcuddf r the s~arle enlas t of tl r e .. i/ a e e

uonjsl 2, : ., pf at witou deduc M2 ma able. le is.. ploristone utile Ith fIrost a ony h we i eusot oe

tilonis, offeril n d ofthe aov pandss, wil elber com- Mnda risrbin June.frwr,. ., ...:--d .lrlrlc ,,.t~~1, I s. I, e .
mencd o the dsam y app oriented, andrl will p ntro st ofh k'ov 1sl ousapnd unre llrtil the ils heifSt otu y sn o

e sxeluo'fo uh n sale shall a ~ ~~, ee. Th abov sal ispspndutltefrs "RERDS OT..

Given~.~~ under my C h nd, at the ity of T 'ash 1ionths in 0 t is~ next~. one untl threfrst ring Celain 1.:le Sann Ms ek 1, Her 0

edominia one th uousand eigh, hunrd sand fifty-al e o i..: bqerp tone unti th irt Jn.2.usa

he rsIdet JAME BU? ~ .qntiis sCHANAN Mondaly in Decembe next. .I... .ON WAR.
tin. A.Srn omaoe fteGnrl The above sale is postponed until the first IO os oteR1eOes pdr,

Iee wlOf teT PR-E1PIO CLAIMANTS. an ilpo h bv aei otponed until thle first .,iL Sidls oailTBt.oGin C ic'tillS, ~ i.
Eved n ry erson enititle t they ,,Rrtight ofti pre- dl JAME RUSL, In 2.B E AR. 3c
mtion thol sany othae lends withiz in the ton-e Mar.vcsl 5. Sherit? Bevad ounty. trdP CatBILll tte o tro.e teM-

aondeier t~sltof tche rprradol, and UST make o paymenhootee lads otlb ndtlpr uuei 1oda rl Sbime x.hno roes, potion/, D mial w r cery V ine asnd ohe ittloa ick nacks. U T
poitedfr the cxirtommnc iemetw Nof~s the public.1 Crackers I. E.Cu NDA O
sale of tlans embracingtheda tafs claimbed; anp Teaoes~oi:psgni ni iefrt'"B o~ic .a a~. U
potherwise sluchcaim wisllt be ontreed. Dec. 17.J- ARINAy Cor ,,,,,, .et 3n. i.----.1aan
of~ ~ ~ ~~ ~h th eea an bc. EOSEE Oslil frsomNewl York. 1..e .is Thpe Soda Cicnn Er. 4. G
De. 10.idnt J.UE E.HIAA 1015DAUGI .. .. 14. E. CARR-

IXTLL be sold, before thle Court Ho se door
y in Enterprise on the first Monday of
Jehie next, the following property, or so

mo yt) tle an xsp sles de tl eeo <~ r I
year 18 e`y the heirs of Uen Foug1 , t.. i ..*
Cemr1, bounded Northl by) Ormond's I so I;
"nla I II., I ~L I L.~ *.- .1 ?I .West-by
Tax Collector ofTolussaL Coulnty.
Thle above. sale is for thle -purpose of perfeel-
in the title.
Nov. 13 P. B. DU~iAB, Agent
St. A ignstin City M~illsCo.~irhnCb.~ ,

..~. I lo
301l~ d edJly* n i

- ' ? ;?I I II- ..rr Housein the
:ily of St. Augusine, th~e said St. Alugustine
Qiry M~ills, together wvith the ~property of' every
nlame n trire and aodeii-iolki thequartblelonlg-
Termi I r .I 1 I ofes/,I~ I- I n1
. t oli~I sI.... u ..0 ut1 ., wIth winter s
on thle bond arid security. Th iltle to be with-
i iI ...: . 1 i.~ we i... th d rs
!,lr .'r! F. .. ... rI II ., r,i. i
..? ser .I,. ., li.. .. I t ..msent, of
i '~ '1* ;, ? J . .I I reh 1860O .
Sh~eriff Sr. Johns county..
8;' -ca aj:,it. Johns county

Y9 virtue' of sundry executions issued out of
ethe Ciregit court for the county of St.
ohns Eastern Circuit ofFlofidn to me dlirected
agnaist Francis Bridier of said county, 1 have.
1 ; i.i i l--1i .i!, public sale before
', (@ r .- il ~city of St. Augus-.
t .. .. At .' I'. r...r daly of ?:.. .,~. 1.. .
tween the usual hours of sale, the : II ;.nc, ,,.-
scribed property to wit:
A House and Lot in Chlarlotte .1;...1 ,rs rhe
city of St. Aiixgustne,
,i( .. i !. .I Itreet boiladed
N. byS said street, E. by Lot formerly of Comne-
lius Dupont, W. by Lot of Mts. Q. Poster,
500 Acres Land l2 mile swanmp kpnon as
John Ginopoly's.
3.. i '. [,-.j I; I .. i er known as Shell

Ro L ; i,;, i- .II .Creek, former1'oi

me v in D~ojbo nol postponedatl s
TIhe above sale is postponed unlil the first
iMondany in January 1860i.
Ti 0 above sale is gostpll utlt first.

St, Augoustine, Augub 6 1859.

am now prepared to ofFer to my old friends
mos th d duen cit mid 11.Jo~lus county a
I'... .-+ ve i l nin ry d es 1:-l.: we it
"' ,..-..1 endolsrser Orders froml upi <.~,us, y;
promptlyaccompanitod wtlgr one nsi ai to
tio~n to g~iv e tire satstboic to thmpqur hdser.
sond m .. I . .. 1.. .111 .
tire satist etion to the purchaser. All amnounts
p r~cluxset at th~iashoutie over twenty dollars
ot hbe tlued a fiv e~cr c n'er of a no sl.

n ... lFrench broad Clothl, Doe skin Cas-
L,.: e Cl I el Cloths, Sat netts aud hK. Jean
Merinos of II I. ! L .. .. to .. I-clanes,

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much Prints, Laldies and misses IIose, G~euts
Merino ..1.. -l.I LancyP ~ Cloaksg, Molurningb
Delains, ~......s 1.. h Ilose, French 41nd
EnglishlCambries,,Rcd and \hlite Flonnels.

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