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Title: The East Floridian
Uniform Title: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 63 cm.
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Publisher: Wm. H. Babcock
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Creation Date: March 15, 1860
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 26, 1859)-
General Note: "Democratic" 1860.
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General Note: Editor: T.J. Wombwell, <May 29, 1861>.
General Note: Publishers: Wm. H. Babcock, 1859-<Mar. 13>, 1861; E.A. Papy, <May 29>, 1861- .
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The Midnilght Train.


- .'L~"i I'


The emberton Mills.


Sum Homo et Puto Nihil Humanum Alienum a Me, [ TERMS:-TWO DOLARS, I. ApVANCE.


FERNANDINA, FLA., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1860, 9 NO. 42.


Gen, Jo. Lane.


Val ity Fairinga. "
SIC SEMPER, ETC.-In a 22d of February
oration, reported!in one of the daily pa-
pers, a patriotic Aentlemen, jpr.,.ihe.i-d that
:in le-s than tell years" we should set
great things in Europem Among others,
we should witnies.s the enlivening specta.
cle oT"the' crowned tyrants of the Id
Worlk: mowed down like .J.e' --Iaill."
This is rather an attempt to make the
"crowned tytrnts" out only_ Me,, ,,!'St raw;
but we pre.unile the h-tl' ,;,.04 opkV%,iwwr
migt e;'nni hed w.'" the aid of the
Cradle of l.ibL'iry.
T1ISE BROADWA. BELLES.
;*~ ~ ~ M-I^C^ rBlls-
'A- j. A " //os .E c'.e ,
ithual wny
h, le 1r.es, Y

How swicta ;Ille 1113 memory tells t
Of hair chinois, a,.Q that dWar tinie *
W hen bunr,.it s i.ial '--e L' i-feX-f -_ 8.

But all those9R P^ piisd away,
And wamen now are moSL entre;
Each bonnet-now. proparsterols swells,
And hides the preLty Broadwaly, b4ells6-

Apparent of the Face of the Thing
Tthe man who regulates the New .York
city clocks has very little Time On Ilis
Hands.
Hatrd to Ptease.-The more a dentist'E
practice increases, the oftener he "Looks
D :wn in tl.e M -uth."
* Qniery for 'Sin.lers.'-Was'ever western
whit, 'seen .Corpin' through the Rye ?'
How to ReLtjroS,,.A Chimney Sweep.-
Make a Clean Sweep al'QtQe.
The Moder'n Caitqte.-L-6i,'._ Napoleon,
when he said thus far aqld no fir'-c to
the Papal See, s^,
Real Estate Oon.-Irow was the Land i
of Canaan, divided by Abrahatm and his
nephew ?/ .
The Western portion__ was taken by I
Abraham, the riastem was chosen by
Lot. "
posthilmous.-Our iqsane' Contributer
wants to know whether tle Dead Letter
Office at Washington woqld not be a good
place for explorations of the Dead q!
Laconic.-The-Londol ,Court J,upoal
says that Prince Alberas iqterest.in agti- I
cultural a[tI'.rs iiioreazes constantly, and

Mr, H. B.'Hale. of BDdrham, lately sent-i*
Royal Highness,'aimagntficent white-bliti,
of the short-hdru breed, which walaciept.
ed.ith nlueh ,, graciousness, -
Througlh the kindness Prine Albert,
we are enabled to lay before the readers of
Vanity Pair a copy of tbe letter with
which MrA. Hale-acc,,mpanil his loving
gift, It is as follows:
To 11 R. H Prince Albert:
Bully tbr you I. B. tAI*E.
A Sleepless Question.---f Shakespeare
was correct whenche said. 'Uneasy lies the
head that wears the crown,' the tiara is in a
similar predicament, and it so, would it
not be an act of kindness upon the part
of the ancient allies of the Pope if the>
would aid h s efforts in the attempt to
gain a short Nip to himst If?
Pecuniarily the Reverse.-It is an old
proverb that 'A inan is known by the
complany he keeps,'.but now-a-days an in-
surance oticer is much more likely to be
known by the company that keeps him.
The Acrobats o( Every Household.-
The Pitcher and Tumbler.
What operatic Singers Live on.-Roles.
Tile Toper's Cuticle.-A Whisky skin.
The Beardless Beaux.-Do not fall iu
love with a young lady that doats on
moustaches. Your affection will all be
thrown away. Is it not plain that you
must be Hirsute hi order to be Her Sui-
tor ?


The following beautiful lines appeared
in a late number of "-Vanity Fair.', For
brilliant ana startling Imagery, condensed
pd- ', withering denunciation, and melt-
ing pathos. we know of nothing to surpass
th4en in the writings of the great Hood,
nor'-*xepting even his immortal "Song of
the Shirt;'l

Through jlee Factory's storied rooms,
Buily hum-na thousand loons,;
Warp atd treddle, shuttle and woof,
Thrilling and throbbing through floor and
roof;
And the whirl of wheels, and the endless
pant
Of engines naked, and grim, and gaunt.
Thrill with tender motion the icy air,
And shake, with tremors, ihe crazy stair.

Through the Fictcry's various parts,
Busily beat a 4h,-usan.l hearts ;
Father aad son,land daughter, and wife,
,,A micruq'lm of'labor and'life,
CAIt day long, from the rise of sun,
H1]onestly work till theday is done,
Nimble fingers and bu, land,
,Weaving and working tr all the land.

Through the Factory's liey-combed walls
A Power subtle and s-miab like crawls,
r mr, by year, and day bVIday,
nscen Mystery feels I way
gh track and crevice. rough beam
and j,,ist., .- .=
h weak fu iui^,* sappy and
'" Inoist, 4.
Sfilters throngh the Faciorv's length and

.sreencL is tuin, 4s naeln is Death"!

[1. swiftly, menrily. to and fr-0,
The flashing shuttles, they c,,iue and go;
Tilc Weaver' hulhs some w,,I kmaI, f's tune ;
e wo k-gi rl.ldreams of tie lin last Jane,
Tim holiday thile of hard e:.rt"ed' jol')
W hl n she walked tlhe tk.'v ii', her farmer'

_A41i children are tliere in their rosy bho W.
But thi loses at e gt'r U.\jeahyge a tuAl J

,1 roar-a cra'sli. anil a suddlen heave
Of every: 8to'y ,renin base to leave!
11 plaster Slivering in massive flakes,
FHach casement, lintel and dor-post quakes:
Then down--down--down'--do wn--
J .tVith thunder that echoes through all the
town,
it Come floor, and ceiling, and mu'rderous

H n one vast avalanche, burying all!

.Hwift, through the street, and alley, and


reathlless, the paattid populace come;
ITie city is white willh at awful feaow.
C0M)orWiati Deat)!41 Deathi's here !
XHnd'i' ptlL I s and daughters haveleft their
id by1. that. te,,,,, i.ecatol b,tn : ""

A" tth% aF rea that iiLVfV dr-ean -%
'" n th^8so who have broken a, thousand



A ttrsp Ye. ye millh oail rs vs
"LWho bit atr1u1o i" in your easy chairss,,
And craok opr nuts, and .sil your wine,
While I wai Iove'r this son of w"ine ,
.lkell'-e I~n ..e %h,, laid vic SL,,-

Thiat cru>\Vlmd* ,,',i^
A crm se L-n }c hi ,,,.;. .! ) .. e,'-
'You ni,,re than duil--, ,-,. ':-.. ian t


Mr. 8, Howard on Horse Breeding,
- ; [tli" horse, s- d" Mr. lU-ward, is a native
.... if the Eastern Continent, and is still found
":',-' :. w ild in -portio nis .of A sia. In- different
countries we always indx breeds with cer-
: t. lain:~ }-*c .iil i tiie, t i,'h ad'apt them to the
?:: laOiL~d tlimate, Th'le horse was early
brought ,alild iuto thiis col: try, and from






tbire thus inittfuc..d sprang the wild
h orse foni.,I on the plains of Mexico. The
'" Arabia~n lioi~e is | Ilaced at tie hea4 .of his'
.' ^Sces, itiuu.4a hKw long lhe has possessed
h^niijx ii leadershlip ia-uinkno n. Job's subli"
description o.jlie war-hiorse could hardly
> Aply to any" o!aer than the Arabian, and
**tle sculptures,'btained bay Mr. Lay ard
'; .f~m ftt ruins -. t1ti the hnise~af that day varied little
from the prest1|t Arabian steed. They
iUtand unrivall for carrying great weights
:' #.ong distances,? It ts dubtful.if any of
,' ,**: A beet typff-f these horses, until quite
.i ~ recently, havet fou,,d their way to (this


country. Thf DEnghsh. 'raco-horse stands
a *tthe head of.,ll horses, for speed. He is
of modern origin. The tern thoiough-
;< /' bred, &hi&fi is applied to him, indicates
,A that be i4of purd blood, but this is not
fte ; he beis^ derived from a mixture of
*^'th$ Egyptia Syrian. Turkish, Arabian,

*and Grecian bipeds. The roadster requires
,a different conformation from the racer.
Tje latterlquires to be nearly of tlh...
model of tle hare ; but this outline would
*":' 1;ill become ,e roadster. The racer should
have a.lq]0 back the roadster a short
O One. T#e .r4ppr rpeuirps a long pastern ;
bhp Faiister a sho!i; one. So agaig tht.
roadster "requires the oblique Ohoulder.
while maity of our best racers have up-
fight ones The best illustration of the
pOxdster we have in New England is the
1Morgan hot se. The coach horse belongs
to a stilt different class. They should
have fineihair, elegant outline, and showy.
'I ]n England the Cleveland bay is the unmst
popular, anld lhey have lately been inlIr
Oueed into'Virginia, Qtpnibus horses are
Inueh required in all our large cities. The
'Norman horse is the best breed of this va
riety I have seen. They have great
p !itrength, arejardy, and can travel wjp4 a
,. heavy load 'froin eight to ten miles at)
*.u" lour, Theit" height is about fiftepn hands;
A*and theirwetht about twelve hundred
--*- pounds, They, are well adapted to farm
labor. Drat" hpr,s are only's-itable for
I.eavy work.and thp only gait required for
t'". thew is thip waJk, They should have ar
upright shottlder, or nearly so, this being
piore favorable for power than the oblique
,Ti Ileadinr breeds are the large Engflii,-


Mr, Spurgeon A Real Al q -'W-!
Let the Press of the South Universall.
pass Mr. Spurgeon Around.l
To the Editor of the Christian Walch!,tr
f Reflector : .
I have always considered it to be myi.
duty to deal with those sins which I par-"
ceived to be most rampant among my,
hearers. We miss the mark when we
preach of absent individuals is very
easy to talk about the brtxtality o .the um-
educated when addreasin my.Ay *o0ga.-ind
my lady but, I prefer4to, tell, these, gentry
their own sins, and not flatter them Vy "
comparing them with others. This rila
has brought me, at divers times: into ij.
little trouble, which I bayv cheerfully efn-.
dured, and have rejoidq tberoin. But
now a new outcry ig raised in your land,
and I amn charged, Uot with being too se-
vere vlh brother Jonathan) bt'l wjth let.
ting Wm off looH easiyl. Haviq, no s.V.e-.
holdersk in'E .11A,, sbouk.ave been
beating the air if I ha 1- preabedabga.inslq
slavery to mnpeople, fur.this is theO.i* .
last crime the' aie likely to commihit ft
is far more piubable that any sl ',aveholder,
who should shuw himself in, our neighbor;,
hod.,. would got a ,mark which he wdafS
carry-to, !.' grave, if it did not carry .ift
there *
I do, from my inmost soul, detest slay 9-
cry anywhere and everywhere, asd al
though I commune at the Lord's tablto
will men of -ill cr&d,; yet, with a slaves
holder I have no fUllowship of any soit or
any kind, Whenever one has called on mi,
I hax considered it my duty to'exprest
my detestation, of his wickedness, aVd
would as soo0! think of receiving a utqr-
derer into y cbhuPi'lt, or any sovt of r'Wnd-
slhip, ar k Atani.tlealer. Nevertheless, AR I
have preached atLondlon, and not in New
York, I have very seldom! made 'any allu-
sion to American, slavery;in my sermons.
This accounts for the rumor that I haye,
left outeanti-slavery froin- y- Ameri.can
edition' of sert'ons.. This is no.t trAe iR,
any measure, for, as. far as m'y memory
"serves Ie, I cannot remember that, t~
subject was handled at all in any 91 .nr
printed sermons beyond a passing allusionl
and I have never altered a single sentence
in a sermon which, has been sent out to
my American publishers beyond the mere
correction which involved words and not*.
sense.- However. if Iny thing -o capalh
of double dealingI duOist not l~eieyjUidge of
me by themselves, and from rsuch persbnq
esteem is .ot desirable. I have this much
to say to all who respect .k in Aumerica"
I did not wtvito be blaming you constlnt-
ly, while thcrfare sins enough in my own
country, but I shall not spare your nation
in future, I shall remember that my voici
echoes beyond the Atlantic, and tio Ory-
ing si-.of a manstealiig people shall not
go unrebnke.l. I did not know (hat I ha4
been so fully adopted* citizen of your
Aepublic, but.Qi,'1ing that.you allow me
to_ ,b0 on -f ywiirlei'-lves I, I '&ill tpeak oil;
qhidc- acverely enotlh, and perhaps".moP
sharplj than~lrlmeetjy o0tji ar rQ-
tion. i

.[he snlj.-. )r spoken wilt 'burn,
^^^^"^^S matter has ttee on
ian; b t as this hat "nspally blelU uLn
the platform, and.not fromin thapulpit,
these 'utterances, have not eachled the
Press. I must see'that there 0o some
such things in, the sermons. if not iu Eng-
IAd at l, atin Anrhorica. !le,,ib.i$tSheldop
& Co., are ready to publish anythingg c-
may haye to say on the matter, Phd IlAI
also avail rpyself of the Tffatch, n & R.
flecter. Finally, let me add. John, Browil
is immortal in the memt~ia^Ct -the g~ood
ini England, a!d ill my heart he 'tees."
I am yours most trqly,
S C. H. SPURGEON. '
Clapham, London, Jan. 1860,.
An Agency to Assist Fugitive 8lawef
to Return to their Masters.---An enterpri!-
ing; Siiutherner has opened an. agency 1n
Detroit with the charitable view of as-s',-
ing those fugitive slaves in Canada,. Wih.
desire it, to return to their masters. TIa
Detroit Free press states ;.
"He says that he h~s made such inves-
tigatiou.- in Canadat, especial l.x at; Chath-


From the Richmond l,-|.l_..h
Terrible Tragedy in Fr ullin, Va.
A bloody affray omc.irred in Franklin
count-, VaY. on Saturday last, the 231h
ult., in which three brothers, Messrs.
James, Wifliarn and Ralph Clements, were
killed by VincetI Witcher. foriner PresiP
,lent of the Richmond and Danville Rail
road, and his grand-son, Mr. John A.
Smith. The particulars, as far as we have
0eeli able to ]earn them, are as" follows:
Mr. James Clements married the sister of
Mr. John A. Smith (and grand-dautghter
of Mr. Witcher), abd the lady afterwards
took steps to proc'rie a divorce fonom him.
On Saturday last, the taking of depositions
in the case was pr,,jrcssingy'ft the office of
a magistrate, in Franklin county, near the
Pittsylvania line, Messrs. Pitcher, 8ftith,
and the three Messrs. Clcmen ts being pre-
sent. During the taking of tll'o deposi-
tions, Mr. Pitcher asked Eor aiquj.-.t.luis
which were objected to, azid, a fracas com-
menced, M r. W. being fired upon, the balls
passing through his clothing without
touching his person, He tAred upon his
antaygonists, kifli.ng two. of tke brothers
instantly. Mr. Smith hearing the firing
ran into the room, and was fired upon "by
theusurviving brother, ihe ball taking
effect in hht shouide'. Mr. S. then drew
a b-wie-knife, and killed Mr. Clements by
-stabbipg him in the breast. These ara all
the parliculars we have been able to gather.
Air. \Wtcher is a gentleman over seven-
ty eight years of age, and is well known
t!hi...iigl..[ Iht in. Sia31 "'le brothers who
were kiUled were all genlemen of high
t.,,Ihdiog in Ihe county in which they rc-
.ivJ.'-,J


BY WX. H. BABCOCK. ]


VOL. I. }


Love a Wife and care for a Wife.
I wish every husband would copy Into
his memorandun-book this sentence from
a recent work: '"Women intust be consti-
tuted very differently from men. A word
said, a line written, and we are happy ;
omitted, our hearts ache as if for a great
niisfu, tune. Men cannot feel it, or guess
at it ; if they 10d,9 the most careless of
them would be slow to wound us so."
The grave hides many a heart which has
been stung to death, because one who
might, after all, have loved it, afer ascer-
tain careless fashion, was deaf, dumb, and
blind to the truth in the sentence we have
just qoted, or, if not. was at east restive
and ihpatient with. regard to it. Many
men, marrying late in life, being acctstom-
ed onry to take caru of themselves, and
that ill th e most erratic, i.-.hbling, excit-
ing fashion-eating, dihikio.i;, ,leeping.
and walking, whenever their fancy, good
cheer, and amusement, questionallo or
unquestionable, prompted-come at last,
when they got tired of this, with theirs. If-"
ish habits fiued as fate, to matrimony.-
For a while it is novelty, Shotly, it is
strange as irksome, this al~va)s being.
obliged to consider the comfort and hall-
piness of another. To have something al-
ways hanging on the arm which used to
swing free, or at most, but twirl a cane
Then they think their duty done, if they
provide food and clo hing, and refrain-
possibly..z-from harsh words. Ah, is it ?
Listen to that sigh as yon close the door
Watch the gradual fading of the eye, the
paling of the cheek, not from age-she
should be but yet young--bnt that gnaw
ing pain -it the heart born of the settled
conviction that the great hungry craving
,iT'f'l'.,.n!, as far as you are concerned,
must (m down forever uusatisfied. God
m---- 1 -^, ^- -
lelp such wives, and l,ceI tle-1 n, th .,ii S't-
tempting to slake their soul's thirst at
poisoned fouuntains.
Tli* you. her husband, how little -a
kind word, a smile, cares to you, how
much .o hear If you call these things
"-childish," and beneath your notice"
then you should never have married.-
There are muen who should reum:-l "forever
single. You are one. Y.ou have no right
to require ofta woman her health, strength.
time, anid ,] i.irl,-o, m>)ck heu with this
shadowy, unsatisfying return. A -new
bonnet, a dress a.shawl, a watch, anything
but what a true woman's heart must crave
--sympathy, anprec''ation, love. She may
be rich il everything else, but if she be
poor in these, and is a good woman, she
had bri t ,"lie.
"I': r.i r hi.'it', u l'i.,iiiqi,: cohd l on-ltos
4tie of.,f w-.i,'en--laie'-exceptious-wlo
neither require love n'jr know h17w to give
it. We are not speaking of these. That
big hearted, loving, noble men have bcca
sionally been thrown away upon such,does
*not disprove whiat we lhave beeai saying.
But even a aman t ._situ.tled has greatly
the advantage o oInl111tl in a similar
position, because over the needle a wo)mn 'n
.in U al 11184110 jsa e iaslu l
whil0 tlje active, out-door turnoil of bus-
iness life is at least a sometime reprieve
tf him.
Do you ask nwe, '"Are there no happy
wives ." God" be praised, \'es, and glori-
ous, loveable husbands, too, who know
how to treat a woman, and would have
her neitle~r fool or dri-,dge. Ahlmost every
wife would bo a good aud happ.)wife were
she only loved mnuugh. Let husbands,
present and prospective, think of this,
[London Journal.
&at Lovengood ani. IfI~e Locor^Qtipe.
Whistle.--The first loeoiu itire Sui ever
saw. was standing with stean3 up and
ready to go, making no noise save a stup-
pressed hunluning fr'on the sail ty-valve:
Sut had in his skeery,' cautions way.
claumbered to the top of the tender, to f!id
out what sort ofta "b~eastes" it was, when
the engineer slyly gave the whistle lever
a long pull-shay-y-y 1 Sut lit twenty
feet distant on a pile of cord wpod. and


after running until he got straight ned up.
he turned rouud all eyes and said, "What
in the h-l did you do to hit, mister 7-
.Just at this moment a nogro 0,me trund-
ling along a truck; with a cooking stove,
a joint of pipe on the flue-hole, and pot,
and pans hanging all around. Sut took a
look first. at the st,.,veand then at the lo-
comotive; a light broke over his perplexi
ty, and he shouted to the engineer, 'I on
derstands hit .all now ; the tarnal old
beast was jist nickerin' for her colt.
The Death of H1,t iboldt River.-Hum-
-.kt river Ob 6i, t horrible of rivers,
tvu rename it. Let us call it the "River
of Death." for threp hnndred qmiles its
banks are one continuous burying ground.
Like the monster serpent, which once im-
pieded tie march and thinned the ranks of
the Romas army, by filling the atmos
phere with pestiferous and death dealing
breath, so hath this monster stretched it-
self along the route, aud lying in wait for
ihe great annual army of. emigration, 46lle1l
the air with death producing uliasna. It
has literally fattened its lean sides with
the fles oqf th e migrant husb.,nd wife and
babe. If, as some think, departed spirits
remain in ihe vicinity where lie in corrup-
tion 'he fleshy tenements once inhabited
by thetp, then, indeed, must the banfi ol
t this 6tre:;n,.a.plnilnipht, when spirits ar(
supposed to comnmence their nightly roam.
) ing upon the earth, present tW the eye ,
, sadder sight than ever caused human eye,'
t to fill with tears of sorrow. Naught bq
the ghosts of worn-out and starved fath
r ers, mothers and babes! Oh! horrible
r m!)st horrible of rivers Let us call the<
- the river of death.-Shasta (Cal.) Cour
" ier.

h A man in Johnson c untv. Iowa, 6


Tile Bachlelor's Thermometer.
The following atnusing ant clever article
was sent for publication in the "HIlome
Journal," by a friend residing annong the
lHudsoiI Highlands, who states that it is the
productionn of a young gentleman of Lon-
,Il( of distinguished position, and the
nephew of a celebrated officer in the Cri-
mlean war. If o'ur recollectiSn serves us
right, it appeared twenty or thirty years
kgo in an English magazine.~--At any rate,
itis worth printing and repri-.ting again ;
No inan, according to Sainuel Jo},nsOn,
sits dowtlto deprecate hitiinelf, even in
writing a letter--how, then cal we expect,
any man to gibbet himself -fimmo>'tal
type? "The Bachelor's Therinometer"
was evidently never intended to see the
light. It may, therefoire, b6 viewed as
probably the most sincere self-memoir
that ever was penned. ,-'-
jElatis 30.-Luuk back through a vista
of ten years; remembered lh"t at twenty
I looked upon a man of thiriy 'is a middle-
aged man ; wondered at mye'rror, and
protracted the middle-age to forty. Said
to nvseif, 'F.,r'ty is the age',,F wisdom.'"
Reflected generally up,,o past !ife ; wished
iuyself twenty again: and e*lanned, "if
I were but twenty, what a scholar I would
be by thirty but it is leo laree now."
Looked in the glass! still v,.'miful, but
ue'tting rather fat. Young '^::" "A .fool
at forty is a fool Aideed" ; forty, therefore,
must be the age of wisdom.
40-L-ooked back ten years lemem.
bered at thirty thinking forty a middle-
aged man; must have nlearlt fifty; fifty
certainly the age of Widln ; d:..t,.r'hjind"
to be wise in i,-- ; ('T I i, lear,,
afusic ." ] li-T'i":,i ; li ,,, L.,g" 7.: it would
n-it do-; ,, defect (f capacity; but those
tiiins-- t iould be learut ill childhood.
41-New furnished chambers; looted
ill new glass; one chin too much ; looked
in other new alas' 1 chill still ..l,. Iil _. ; art
of glass-iunaknig on the decline sol(n my


This gentIleman is being earnestly pressed
by his friends fop the nomination at
Charlestan. Tile Murfreesboro'. (N. C.)
Citize-i has the following in reference to
tile geutlcman:
Gen. Lane was born in the State of
North Carolina in the year 1801, and three
years afterward his father einigraieml to
Kentiucky. Ile remnair.edi ina the Statc
sotlee years, when he removed to Indiana.
Ile served in tiel House of Representa-
tives and Senato of Indiana with liiori to
himself, and with pride and satisfaction to
his constituents. ,.
Itis name is.as familiar thronuhout the
State. as are hUtiosehold words, aund is still
cherished with the liveliest feeling el loov
and admiration for his manly attributes of'
character. .-
\Vhen"lth Mexican" wa4r broke out, Ie-
sident Polk conf,!rred Up-11 l1n tlhe coln-
missior of Urigadier GenU-'al. At the
time 1ew received his alp,.,1nLienut l'- that
iimporiaitlt osltion, tki. had already volun-
teered antd was a high private in one of
the regiinents about, to start for theo sea t of
Aar. This, ) believe, is the only iustauc e
of a iUan in the liril:Oy Of our 'RepublIc
take dIreCo from the ranks and made a
General. The sagacity of Prusideut, Polk
was realized by his (Lane's) deeds through-
out the Mexican campaign ; his ipvenioets
were with the celerity of a rocket, and ha*
never tirel ii well doitg.
A brighter and tyurer record tihin Gene-
ral Lane's stands not 'upon the pages of
history ; his noble attributes of character.
and orthodox principles or Democracy
endear him ill the pearls of all pure p,.-
tr'ois and would be free from l tile lusteiing
cure of pirincip'esg of availability. more tor
S elfish aggraldisemnent than a nation's
tlai .til^ l', >,',.\\'nh vhi tt eelifigs-4Cu l elo
tiok Un.d pride tl a we, as' a boy i,, 1'l4..
"ttlnted ltelM," ailinir l'.\i sterling lIai~ts t(
character and iuodv'st bearing his coot
aind collected coulnage his devolttu to tile
's,,ldi 'r, sintl his lini st aind iell.-'a ii t(ic ng
nature was the very beau i ieal of all, that
was pure in a hero.
Now, in manhood's estate, it is a inattcr
of pride and gratificatioti thiat we appre-
ciate his conservative qualities, andd we
ardently hope lie may itcceive a just re-
ward of his naiehlcss mnekit, by a unity
of all who love their standard bearer to.
whom thiey ca, point uith pride and plea
sure as a leUro wihllout a lautt, and a )0Oli-
tician without; an act- of incousisteuey as
a blcmish upon )iis record,
iftis a a wan alwh m our Republic would
b.e p! ilni? to L.a.'.al it1 bead 6;,i(.t id .. .. i-.-
ntuld1niade the wei-kin ring withIli-I
joyous crius efl"satisfaetion ut his .inceess.
Let the 1-,_,' ot,_H. ar, v w 'oK to it.
"+) p,.n'., .^wiy ,'.,,>.Vl tlji Ri'siuy.--Dr.
Hall, in llie Febiu-iry number of' Is Jout-,
nal of HealIh, saIs: "'One of thle very
worst ecTnomies of time is that fillzchie
from iqecess.Arv sleep. The wholesale but l
dl, l,,l c-..lli.i ] l.liiT.,ll ..'-early rising is as
inischievous il prac.icf-i as it is arranlt
theory, Early rising is a crime against,
tlhe noblest part of' our physical natuic,
unless it is preceded by an early retiring.
Multitudes (oi business ipeni in lasr'o cil ILs
C~iunt it a ,aving of tunle if they can make
a journey of a limidrcd or twu o ljiii at
night by steamboat or railway. It is a
ruinous mistake. It never fails to be fpl
lowed by a want of general well-fe, ling
fur seivural da) s after. if indeed, tile man
iloes not return ltime actually sick, or so
near it as to be uni4it lor a full attenition
to his business for a week afterward.
WVhen a man leaves hionme on business, it
is always important that he should have
his wits ~btout hhiii thuat tiie mipd shou~ld~
be fresh and vigorous, ,tlie spirit lively.
buoyalit anil cheerthl. 0 manl "can say
"that it is thus wii tInm after a ,lightl onla
road or on llhe shelf of a-fcteainttoat. Tlhe
first great recipe for sound, connectedsand
refreshing sleep is physical exercise. Toil
is the price of sleep. We caution parents
particularly not to allow their chihhren to
be waked uip of tnornfings ; let nature wake
tlho~n up, shie will not do it prenatnrely ;
biut have a earn' that they go to lied at, anl
early hour; let, it bu earlier, unitil it iS
fotud that they wake up of themselves ,n
full time to dress for breakfa;t. Being
waked up early, and allowed to engage iu
difficult or any studies late and just before
retiring:, has given tnany a beautiful and
pronmisiug child brain fever, or determined
ordinary aihnents to the prodctietOn of
water on the brain.


The Defense of Ttvas.--Gen. Forbe!s
Britton. who arrived in Washington on
Tutesdy evening frot Texas, wVith de5
patches from Gen. [!ouston, has had a
protracted interview with the Presi lent
aiinf Secretary of War. We gave them a
fill and tirtthful statement of the cQndi-
tion of affairs as they exist auoing tfe
whole li!e of the Mexican frontier. Ile
states that opeo and avowed, wr actually
exists, and that the people of Texas desire
to know whether th [nitied States intend
to interpose ii their behalf and protect
them against the merciless and ii'mnius
Mex.ican, banditti; If the United States
cannot and will lot interfere, then they
f will take the law in their own hands. and


Across the dull and brooding night
A giant flies; with demon light
And breath of wreathing smoke ;
Iround him whirls the reeling plain,
And with a (lash of grim disd.tin,'
He ckaves the sundered rock.

In lonely swamps the low wind stirs.
The belt of black funereal firs,
That murniur tb he sky,
Till, startled bly his, mad career,
They seium to keep a hush of fear
As if a god swept byt.

Through many a dark wild heart of heath;
O'er booming bridges, where beneath
'A midnight river brawls ;
Biy ruined, ren,,nailts of the. past,
Their-ivies tremblingl, in the Uast.
By singing wleiCllalls!;


1


The slumberer on his.Ailent bed,.
Turns to the light his lonely head,
Divested of ijts dream.
*Long lIagues of gloom are hurried
Through tunnel sheaths, with iron
And shill night rending scream.


o'er,
roar,


Past huddling huts, past flying farms,
S igh fut-iace flames, whose crimson arms
Are grappliilg %iii hMe night,
It tears-along receding lands,
To where the kingly city stand,
iWrapt in a robe 0f light.


Here, round each wide and gushing g
A crowd of eager fEces wait,
And every smile is knomp,
We thank thte, 0 thou Titan train,
That in the city once again,
-. We clasp our loved, our own 1
All he Year Round.


;ate,


horse; and vondlerel people could' find seems only 4, mere form, and sonmetitnes a
pleatsure in bving bumnpud; what were painful one too? for some folks wring
legs made forl your fingers ainost off, and make y3ou
42--Gtlutagatnl that disease certainly fairly dance with pain, they hurt you so.
attacks young people nOre than for'terlY ; It didn't give you much pleasure at any
caught, myse f at a rubber at whist, and time. What the magic of it is we won't
blush.lfd tried my hand at original co03- tell. but, so it, is for all that. It scems on-
positimi, and tound a hankering after epi |v a custum, like bowing, and nothing else!
graint aII() satire; wondered I could never Still there is more in it thau aeols.jhe
write Ihvesonnetl-,s; imitated H1orace's ode eye, B3ut a kiss fairly electrifies you:
"Ne.%i4titll,.ta" ; did no(l mean anything It warms your blood, and sets your heart
serious, though Susan is certainly civil -and beating like a brass drumt', and makes your


attentive.
4 -- [ l. t i, t ini i l,.|I ; braced my-


Mystery of Kissing.'
Depend upon it, kissing is a great nrims-
tery. There is many a thing we know
jl,,[ we cant explain, still we are sure it-
is a fact !ur all that. Why should there
be a sort of Magic in shaking hands, which


eyes t\vinlle like stars i'l a frosty night..
It is a, thing never to Le, forgotten. No
. ", i b'In kli-llt.. 'I.'!,D ,^oh l i ii ',re--^': :
equal to the flavor of it !' 11lra an- aroma
it has! Row spiritual it fs-."tP is not
grass, for you can't feed on 1i4 1'. :s neith-
er visible or tangible, nor portable, nor
ltu'feerabie. It is not a substance nor
liquid, or a vapor. It )lias n fther eo'(r
tior foim. ]Imagination can't conceive.
It ean't be unitated or forged. It is con
filed to no one cline or country, but ub-
iqutto*ti.-' lt is diseqibodicd whon com-
i e ed, but is instantly reproduced, and is
6u iinmi"L1. It is as old as the crcatiion.
and yet is asoung and fresh as ever. It

pre existesit, still e ^ad ahvavs wil.
exist. It pervades alI nature The breeze,
as it passes kisses the rose, and--e pen
>endiills its blushes, as it kisses the limpidN
stream that wails in the eddy to meet it
and raises its tiny waves like anxious lip,
to receive it. Depend upon it, Eve loarn-
ed it in Paradise.
How it is adapted to all piretnistances !
Theie is the kiss of welcome and of part-
ing, the ]ong lingering, loving, present
(,ne, the stolen or the !nntual one ; the
kiis of love, of joy and of sorrow, the seal
ofjnromise ; and the receipt of fulfillment.
%Is'j strange, tihetwfore, that a woman is
invincible whose a41mopy consists of kisses:
snmilest sighs and tears ?

Chj ;;''',,- Seed.-A writer in the new
England Farner says his potato crop has
increased from fifty to one hundred per
cent,, by procuring seed potatoes which
grew un 4n entirely different soil, fifteen
or twenty miles apart from his, This.
plan of changing seed every year is a good
'one, either for potatoes or any other seeds ;
and even if the c.Lange is made only be-
tween cultivatorsn-in the same vicinity, it
is still beneficial.


_elf up ,i\ i i,.1-to b,-, st ; i,, i" e. i, .'-
'*i ,, .'llill, .i^ r,-tj : t~t... te irt i,:.le ; .fn '.
ninii ilow-a-,la-'- iuii !h too small in the.'
waist; read ill tilee Morniig Post ai, ad
verti- ,ieiit. 4'Pills to,1 Prevent Corpulen-
cy" ; .boug.M' a box ; never the thinnei,
though pjIch the sicke.r. a "
44-et Fanny Stapleton, now i'f--
Meadow Bullock's MLuseum ; twenly-
tie ye o %it nirr, her ; what
ad=tr-esape woumenl er~l'iii~ e^ '"nol1
s 014iner th n inert; Ciarle's eldesT.--
gan lo think liimself a mllanl ; sttjclc ,''
Crafvat ,ind a calie ; what'piresumption f aL
Ilis age I w as a child, -. -
45-A iew wiiikl(s about the oyes, corn
inonly called crow's feet; must have
caniht cold : benan to talk piitlics, and'
shik. tile dirwing."ro, in; "ulogiz .d Gar-
rick ; saw noitling i Ktan ; talked of
Loid N"lthi wonderled at tile licentious-
ness of the imndern press ; why caq't peo-
ple be civil, like "Junius and Julin IVilkes.
in the got)od old times?
4--JRather on the decline, but still
handsome and inleresttlog, growing dis-
like to the company of young men ; all
4f them talk too much or luo little ; began
1o call .lcpabermnaids of inns 'fny dear"
thought money expended onl Wateirl.o
Bridge might hrave een bet'er-emii'1iiyd i"
listened tu a ho"Il from Captain Qiuerulous
about fahilyt' expenses ; price of bread
and butcher's meatl; did 'nwt c vr( a jot if
bread was a shilling a roll, and butcher's
meat fifty pounds a.calf; hugged himself
in "single blessedness," and wished him
good morning.
47-Top of head quite bald; pleaded
Lord Grey in justification ; shook it on
reflecting that I was but three years re-V
moved from the "age (f wisdom ;" Teeth
sound, but not as white as heretofore;
-oluelhin g the matter with dentifrice; be-
gan to be cautious in chronology, bad
thing to remember too far back; had
serious thoughts of not rcipemberiug'-iUss
.Farn en.
48-Quite settled not to remember Miss
Farrel ; told Laura Willis that Palmer,
twho died when I was nineteen, did not,
\o forty iglit,
.49-Resolved never to marry for any.
thing but money or rank.
50-Ae of wisdom ; married my house-
keeper,

Devoured by a Horse.-Mr. Timothy
[Iay was literally eaten up' by a horse
belonging to CI. Jas. Deegan, &in this
place. one day last week. The horse was
a vicious one. and young Hay having oc-
casion to go bef,,re him in the stable, was


4-&,and other places where Africa s most ',
con.reg.a1e, as to satisfy him that large
numbers ofThtr.'D are anxious and ready to
return to their maslereF- -wvthe South ..-s.^
they only had the, me id 1Ks I o0.S ^ .^..
t o furmish the< wwitRh t ransportati on t^^.7'
ets, and to send them in company with n: ,
agent, looking to their ownerss for reitnm.
eratioti for his benevolence. Tie is. evident-
ly.a man of nerve and deterruiJatkon, 4d0
is possessed of the means -to crlry f ]qt,
project." -
The following is hiW .Ctirulat addres"4
to the colored population : '
YThe undarxigoed, having I dck arrange-
ments at the South- to, furishk meansto.
those of the colored population who &rat
desirous of returning, has.tketf an oftIce
at No. 2 Vesn',yer's block,; efitrance on
JIfferson avenue and Bates street, wherck
lie can be found from 10 A. M, to 6 a. M.
Arrangements entered into with" parties
will be guarantied beyond questioT a tq
the strict fulfillment of al lobligation?._-m
Parties desirous of returning can qJQ..,
.iunicate with the undersignu ei' her
personally or by letter.
0. J. BROW)?, Agent.
There are-numbers eol the poor creatures
who are starving to eath in consequenoe
of their inability to support themselves,
and we lave no doubt the new enterpri'.
will have a successful run of business.
Frank Leslie' _Yewspaper.-The. lask
issue of this sheet, among other things
contains what purports to"be an illuitra-
tion of the lynching ofTJamet 0. Birmigs,
at Cthappell's depot, on the Greenville
Railroad. The locality, we are informed
is correctly represented. The lynching
and hanging of the individual named is
siiuplv an invention of Leslie or.one of his
contributors. No such thing ever occur-
red.


Apalachicola Affairs.-In the Senate
o, Moi -,lay,. Mr. Clay, froum the Commit-
tee on Coomniirce, to iwhoun was referred
the bill to provide for the construction of
a Marine Hospltal at Apalaohicola, Flori-
da. and another to provide for the con-
struction of a Custom nHonse at the same
place, reported them back with the re-
Col)mendation that they do'iot pass,

Discovery of Ancient Cities.-Mr. C. C.
Graham,an Englishman,whohas lately been
travelling in the East, has made some au-
tiquarian discoveries of the highest inter-
est in the Great Desert beyond the river
Jordon. 1r. Graham recently read a p-t
per before the Royal.Asiatic Society. He
found, far to the east of the district of ttre
[tauran, and in a region unvisited before
by any European traveller, five ancie:it
towns, all as perfect as if the inhab tants
had just left them, the houses retaining
the massive stone doors which are a char-
acteristic of the architecture of that region.
One of the cities is remarkable foir a large
building like a castle, built of white stone
beautifully cut. Further eastward, other
places were found where every stone was
covered with inscriptions in an unknown
character, bearing some apparent likeness
to the Greek Alphabet, formerly in us ii
Southern Arabia, Copies and impressions
of several inscriptions are presented, and


e if necessary carry the war into the enemy's twn--iilli (Pa.) Democrat.
. country Tnoy desire, however, that the [The deceased was veiy nearly related
a United States gqver tnaent should take the to Mr. Clover. and an intimate friend and
an matter into its own hands, associate of Esquire Oat--all of whom are
t The most that the President can do is in the deepest affliction for his sudden
. to concentrate a large force along the line end.]
, of the Mexican frontier. This policy has
e undoubtedly been adopted, and orders to S ~^ is a singular fact that a woman
- .this elfcpt will probably be despatched in cannot look from a precipice of any mag-
a day or two. By order of the War De- nitude without instantly becoming dizzy.
apartment q battery of light artillery has But what is still more singular, the dizzi-
55 been ordered from Fort Leavenworth to ness departs the very moment somebody


seized, and before assistance could reach
him was atnost totally devoured. His
remains wdh'e interred a short distance (rom


s

if


&. "P1 ... _1- -- --I --
supplies a large number of readers here
Prined Wrappers.--[n the House of w^h1 i slie, very properly refused to sell
Representatives, on Friday Mr. Colfax, a c.,pv ,f this number, and returned them
from the Committee on the Postoffice and p ,,raptly to the published. "
Po.t Roads, reported a bill authorizing We undersea ld that Mr. TQWntxie, nt4
.. ^ At- .- __ ~ l ~ 3 --^^1-..-^ a grttlt r vhA.q Jjgj --


Besides this lynching. frustration n tbera.
is an abominable editorial paragraph re-
fleeting. unon the South. Mr. Glass, who







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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Mr. Editor':-Pleztfe announce Mr THOS.
VANCE, as atandidate for the office of Mar-
shal at the ensuing City Election, and oblige
Mar. 8 MANY FRIENDS.


GREAT EXUIfMENT
AT TH^ .-()"
CHARLES I C ET1 ,
SAUJSED by the large,'*Ial as'WotAi, 604i
cheap stock of ; "


Miscellaneous and SOtol0 Bool
JUST R-ECSIVI D
AT THE1 3 "

Fernandina Botk Store,!
Consisting of Ebony, Pearl and til ver Pen Itolds
era, Glold and Steel Pens, Ca r& Cases, ViqitiWg
Cards, Chess-men and Boardi, Baek-gaBmoit
Boards, Dominoes, &c., ac. ^ ..
Ladies' Port Folios, Ladies' Work Boxes, an
many other articles.
ao o style

Waverly Novels-complete I,ry ty
Works of Mrs. Hents, Mrs Skuthworth, .r,
Dick's, Dickens, T. S. Arthur, Library Edition
of a!l the Poets. In fact, almost anVthing you
wish, sold at Charleston and Savamnals
Prices. Call and give me a trial.
TERMS CASH. T. J. WOBWELL,
Agtnt.,
P. S.-Patronize your own nvn aud build up
the great Southern City!" .; mar. 15-m

NIOTZ'ICE2!
Fresh Corn and G rist, Low for Caik.
T HE public are notified tha~tfthe 1 Fi-RNAN-
DINA GRIST AMILL,-!,: is irwdaily oper&
tion, and fresh Meal, Grits. pr Corn, can be had,
at any time and ill any quantity-groupd andt
shipped to order, The Meal and Grits shall be
clean and free of brat,, required, Addreto
Zernandina, Grist Mill, o-k
Mar. 15-ly "I FUTCH & 00,

HIRTY days after the, date of this notice,
application will be made by me, to tito
Hon. Judge of Probate, of' Alachua County, at
Gainesville, for authority to Jell. the Real Estate
of J. J. Smallwood, late qf said County.; -d'do


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Telegraph Reform.-We learn that on
Anni aeflerQMonday next, the 12th inst., all
thd telegraphic offices in the country wil;
be kbpt open dav and night, closing hours
to bb abolished altogether. Thlis is, an
impIortant regulation..and should have
been adopted long since. ; The telegraph
was intended to communicate only such
intelligence as is of unusual importance
and requires unusual dispatch; and the
idea of closing the offices to the public
from ten *lock at night till eight o'cl,,ck
next mTrming-ten hours of the twenty-
lour-is old fogyish and a nuisance. The
change will be a public convenience, and
though ii may throw additional labor on
the operators, there is no reason why their
comfort should be consulted any more
than that of editors, printers, railroad con-
ductors, and other night owls in human
shape.-Sav. Republican.
Corn.-At present there is considerable
demand for crn, We have no doubt that
maniiy farmers of our District, are in want
of' this prici,,us article. Why ? Because
too much attention has been paid to the
entire raising of cotton. IT .tio same plan
is pursued an,,ther year the price must
range considerably hiilher, and want Will
stare us in lhe faice. We do not ptretend
to be by any means a fattnr) but we do
think that a s8 rQug evidence of good farm'
ing is to make a sufficiency o' lthe n .eces-
saries of life. The faimrr who has to buv
his c!)rn-his meat-can never be thrifty.
It is certainly bad economy to ,'aitie all
cotton and no corn'. The most thrif-
l. pr..~[i>. i' ." ,, ^1,,, successful farmers
itiat i [li, %, eV,,ir ,k.own, have been th,,se
who raised their own stock and raised
a sufficiencv of grain of all kinds. Corn,
at the present time, is cotinnanditig an ex-
cellent price and is scarce, very scarce a-t
home, This should admonish farmers to
ljaUt largely of corn to tnatet the exigen-
cies of another y.-Newberry San.
South Carolina Railroad -The South
Carolioa lRadlroad are doing an immense
freighting business, over one hundred
!oided cars hpavi'ng the depots daily for
[lthe cuury-ilhidled, one day, the num-
b!er was one hundred and seveu, Never
before, in the hist,,ry of tile road. have.
one hundred cars, peil day, been senr, out.
[Charles.on Mercury.


THE STEAMER AUGUSTA.
We invite s-pecial attention to the ad-
vtetisemett of the above vessel, to be
found in another column, t108 fine stea-
mer, Whose accommodations are unsur-
passed by those of any other Vessel on
the same rotite will hereaftekt make semi-
weekly trips between this potmt and Savan-
nah, touching only at Brunso-lek and
Hamilton Landing.
Passengers who take this boat will be
enabled, by arrangements which have been
per ected. to purchase through tickets fiorn
any station on the line of the Florida Rail-
road toS&vannah, at greatly reduced rates.
We have already had occasion to speak of
the Augusta in complimentary terms, and
would again say to our readers who con-
template a trip to Savannah, that in the
above steamer they will find all the re-
quisites of a safe and comfortable vessel.
It will be observed that cotton will be
taken to Savannah at fiffic rents per bale.
and freight at one third less than the
present rate. The price of passage, inclu-
ding meals, is frorm one to two dollars less
by the Aug[iswa than by the steamers St,
Marys and St. Johns. We hope when
these facts are generally known, that our
friends in the interior will look favorably
upon the enterprise and extend to it that
liberal patronage which it so richly de-.
serves.
ATTENTION CANDIDATES.
All aspirants for military honors will
observe in anotjfer column, that the Gover-
nor has issued' his proclamation for the
election of Division, Brigade and Regimen-
tal Officers, to tike place on the first
Monday in May; It is time to be in the
field, and in no better manner can your
friends be informed of you r desire to serve
them, than through the medium of the
papers. So walk up, notify us of the office
you prefer, be brought beforelhe public,
and become embalmed in the grateful
memory of the editor, all for the ridicu,-
lously insignificant sum of five dollars. A
martial spirit pervades us at this moment,
arid we cannot help exclaiming iu the lan-
guage of the poet, "Our soul.?s il arns and
eager for the pay." -.
NEW ADVERTISE-MENTS.
We call attention' to the advertisement
of Mr. C II, M1uot, ill this day's issue.
Mr. I. has recently purchased the building
directly opposite Broome & Th,,mpson,
and has fitted it up very neatly for the
purpose ,of doing a general business. His-
stock is large and well selected. ie is now
receiving an extensive assortment of Spring
and Summer Goods.
MORE IRON.
The Norwegian bark Baltic arrived on
the llth ihst.. forty-two days out from
Cardiff. Wales, with a cargo of six hundred
and ten tons Railroad Iron for the Georgia
& Pensacola Road.
S.ST We are under renewed obliga-
tions to Pursers Fash and Bird. of the
,Gordon and Carolina, for papers in ad-
vance of the mail,
i, O NG COTTON.
'lhe Bale of t11 g cott.,> in>rj jCi et;l.(.r'nn
ri.nd Savannah for-_the wevl- -" .i .thi
90h inist., wet as fn"iows: ""'"
LONG in staple d-,i,, th., past week ha, been of
quite an anere character-"inclilinz all
descriptions, but principally Florida:,MIa ins
a-nd Santees. The sales of theweekl
Comporft,, ai .hifir ff-t'e,ii f iTfI 2909
whales at. fll and former q,,tntfions as fl
1,,ws: Common to Prim- FLaridas 23 to
30c.. and npweards, fr Fine and Extra ;
Clean Conmmon to Good and Fine Mains
and Santees 28 ot 38c.; and Mildlinz Fine
to Fine Island Cotton, from 40 to 55c. and
upward^, a in quality. Exp,,rts !Q,-fh
week 2752 bales ; renainin_,r ';ji-l-phon rd.
not ,:'eared. 648 bales.--_..&'. Mercztry,
.. A IsL ND .; 1'_";; "' et ha. an irni.
proved tone. this week, and a brisk en-
quiry hag.^pnaihled factors to obtain full ,
a cenA,'er pound advance from last we,.k's
Jf_,2,'res, and we advance our qnotations.
r~n the kinds quoted hlast week. at. 24c. nnd
npwa,'d accordingly. The business has<
been good, and we reriort sales of 983
bales at. the particulars given hel,,w :
Quolatioin..-T,fer~or to Conm,,n R.,llor
Giuned 18:i21 ; Fatir lRoll,,r Ginned 22a23 ;
Go,,d Roller Ginn,d 25>a27 ; Comm,)n
rMcCarthy Ginned 24a28 : Fair M1c~arth,"
Ginned "29a30; Good MIcCarthy Ginno(1
31a32; Fine M'c~art~hv Ginned 33 and
upwards. Particulars of snips as follows:
11 bale, saw g~inaetd at l7c.; 5 halrs at 18
4 at 20 ; 17 at 23:;41 ,at 23 1-2; 88 at
24 ; 184 alt 25 ; 3 at 26; 4 at 26 1-2.; 48
"at fS ; 1.2 at- 27 1-2 ;^ 8 t 28 ; 72 at 3D";
10 at 31 ; 6 at 36 ; 10 at 37 1-2 ;and 40C
bales at 22a 37c.-Savannah Republzcan.
Sea Island Cotlon.--Judge Seawell; ot


Matagorda Island, in 1858 obtained, as
supposed, the best Sea Island cotton seed
.from Win. Seabrook, Esq., of Soun.h Caro-
lina, his, crop from which sold in New
Orleans for 25 cents per pound. In 1859,
his crop from the. same seed, replanted,
has been shipped to Havre for sale; result
not yet ascertained, but the fact that he
refused an offer of 55 cents per pound
for it in New Orleans, is evidence that the
quality has been greatly improved.
It appears from this, that Sea Island
cotton improves by replanting, or by suc-
cessive crops on the cost of'Texas. Judge
Seawell uses the McCarthy gin, turning
-out 300 pounds per day in the best order.
We hope to receive from Judge S. and
J others engaged in Sea Isiand cotton phint-
ing. some account of Chu manner of its cul-
tivation and of their success, to be insert-
ed in our next Almanac. The adaptation
of the sea coast of Texas to this product,
is now attracting much attention abroad,
and we are anxious that our Almanac
shall satisfy the numerous inquiries that
are made.-Galveslon Nrews.
Sea Island Cotton.-A few days a' o
Me.-srs. T. 11. Me.0[ahom & Gilbert, of this
city. sold sixteen bales of Sea Island Cot-
ton at 30 cents per pound. It was thecrop
of Mrs. Minerva Morris, whose plantation
is vn Clear Creek, near the coast of our
own Bay. This is only another evidence
of the adaptation of our climate for the
successful growth of this valuable Cotton,
and we are only surprised that more are
not engaged in it.
The crop above referred to was, we be
lieve, ginned on one of McCarthy's revolv-
ing gins. Mrs. Morris' crop suffered se-
verely from a storm which reduced it to
some 30 per cent. She planted about
twenty acres, and the net proceeds amount
in<.,.. mhnl tc. n .402 O- -K tip ., k7, npRep qnl n.,


[From the Florida Dispatch.] THE FAST FLORIDIAN,
Tke Natat l Wells of Levy County."
,VM. H-. B.AB:GC K.
Mr. Editor :--Since leaving your hos- WM- I -R A B C p oP iltot.

pitable town, a few weeks since, I have n
been baking 'a geological examination of 3fs33 t.EqLL-.T SQLT Xj SS'T23 4. I
Letry toonty, and cannot refrain from giv- -
lag your readers a brief account of the THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1860.
AATCIRAL WEVLLS (so-called) that are to be
lound, by thousands, in that portion oft ho M W. C. L. RAINEY, Esq., will an t "s our
Agent for the Town of Gainesville and vicinity,
4tate. and is authorized to receive subscriptions and
Wt* e must distinguish, I will say at the advertisemetnts, nnd give receipts for Fame.#
e u t'JoPat.e WALKER, Esq., No. 120 Meeting
outset, between natural wells and lime- St., is our Agent for the city of Charleston, S. C.
sinks. The Intter are always formed by a
Wlling-in, a precipitation, of the superin- TIME OF HOLDING COURT
cumbent material above into a cavern of In the different Counties of Suwannee
the limestone rock below. The- natural Circuits, as enacted by the Legislature and
wells proper have always a different. an approved by the Governor, January 15,
entirely different origin. Thley are natur- 1859 :
al borings --natural borings through the Spring Term.
solid hme rock, with generally a perfectly Alachua ................. 2nd Monday in April.
uniform diameter, varying from a foot to Levy ......... ........... 3rd 'Mlmilay'in April
two feet, and of a *epth from twenty to Lafayette ............... 41h Monday in April.
one hundred frtec The uniformity in the 1uwannee..s lot Monday after 4th Mon-
bore 2f these so called w ", lli rMost won- .day in Apr'il.
4rful, often, equtal to that of an artificial Columbia... 2nd Monday after, 4th Mon-
boring, for which, if they did not exist in tday in April.I
each great numbers, they might naturally New River I 3rd Monday after 4th Men-
be mistaken.' I consider them among the t day in April.
greatest wonders of geology, and their like Nassau 4th Monday after 4th Mon-
Is probably not to be found in the world, N a. day in April.
although cavities of somewhat similar na- Fall Term.
ture, and probably of a similar origin, have Alachua .............2nd Monday in October.,
from time to time been discovered. Levv.w................. 3rd Monday in October.
They are to be seen In the greatest '
hLafayette...;..'.. ...4th Monday in October.
numbers to the westward of Lcvyville, "
(Sodom.) Near Mr. B. Lane's' place, ten Suwannee.. Ist Monday after 4th Men.
miles from the village mentioned, I coun- ( 12 n day after .
ted abont fifty in a spot fifty feet square, Columbia... day in October.
the diameter of many not over a' foot, the 3 nd e 4
Sbaft as uniform, almost, as the bore of a New Rxiver. 3 M in after .
I I ~day in October. f
gun barrel, and often of great depth--the 8 a I
direction pf most of them being perfectly Nassan d i October. t
perpendicular. 'A few of them were not
perfectly round but more or less oval; and A CHANGE NEEDED.
the walls, br-bides, of some were jagged Therecent tragical death of the lamented
and irregular, this resulting from a subse- Dr. Kett is yet tfr.&!% tihin the memory
quent action of water and weather.- of the public.' To-day we record another
Within a 'ew miles of these that I des shocking murder at Madison upon the per
cribe there are hundreds of such shafts, son of Mr. Griffin of that place. and alto
the water rising in them to within a few the attempted assassination ot Mr. Foot-
feet of the surface. About five miles from man of Bel-Air. The criminals in each
Mr. Lane's (who lives on the stage road to case were negroes. 4V
'Cedar Keys) there is a'iatural well, sup- 'Now, we are t2o alarmists.-nor do we
plying water to a family living near, eighty beheve that the offenders in these instant
'" ,feet in depth, as round as a flour barrel. ces were incited to the commission o
and with oVer.forty-feet of water. I have these frightful deeds by abolition emissa-
beenl"old~of some that are ov~r a hundred ries. Still the frequency of .these, acts.
Feet deep. The fact must not be lost sight occurring in such close repetition, demands
Of that these natural wells-are symmetrical a %trict investigation. and the question

vertical shafts through solid comp naturally arises, how are they to be
liiestofie, not, as in the U*se of natural checked ?
wells, extending merely through the loose We modestly express 'he opinion, that
surface material,-the sand and clay that the action of the law'in'similar cases, is
covers the lime-stone,-and which for the altogether too dilatory. Our readers can
~st part shuts .it out from our sight. all recall several instances in the past few
In Levy county, is in many other per- years, where, in offences of ihis descrip-
tiono of the State the universal, contiuu- tion, the culprits-have been punished 'by

OUS, lime rock of which *Florida is made, .an incensed C6fikmunity, who were unwil-
ri t ; 1' bu o ling to wait for the tardy intervention of
a rises near to .the j.nrfac.,'-has but corr. ,o "" .
...~ . .- the law And public sentiment was not .
paratlvel' a tnin coverin'&el sandhrirl't. ', -,&e=,
-- .... ,. (ourtaged, ,'I, 1 `4 pr'aetical g,xd sense of
(And this perm its as to observe these u t- #_
-: ri ,. .- ... ti o i;, e. n c. I f th e e v e r -, m a i w o l o rc e h i lla to a d m it th e
.Wralbormg_ In a ifn .ne- .f tne iuce and ptopriety h seeing vio-
ioosaHMlconsqhdate.A jjjtV iai of thli sur- of the I .. All w
,c V, "k .3.; u q j feo .,_j "I 1 a A l'l ~ tela
... ..t .Ik-., _ ,.e^ u"-k- ._gy concur i,, th necessity of prompt:
it is o.A.n farther in]L.2 lle &ar,,' sp edy "uni. n- -4 --"
woud 41' en V W, MO .. .6 p th ,|nenr,-4.-
wou ald 11 be hidden .-;.^'-'." \e ct e-Iy to-be fowitrl-V`
They arre cavities or berit,,s, peculiar to "
We reply in an ,'l e ai n o h a a t
dr-" n- r I' n Ire rock not [y -leaino h anr
and be~longi en "to tie I "' ,,
.~~rhrb -n .e gr .-,i es cth "r;d with the rum -
eCxtend 'ig upward through the uncOns.. '
... ... mt.-I,.p fherOtis olf,,e.es are at present
t~ited Snd and aoii above. If. htey are I I a. I e -
found i,,noing down Ihroue- tn,3 s La. I ... ... "' "p.
surface pM>Btqvin' d-:iv ,>rgt-\-' ..
-- appear i toe.; 0111 ..1i tr' y and expen-
reaching the solid rock, as sometime hap- .. .. .
.. .' ,! sire. \e do not know of a single sonud
Dens, the explanation is tha a column of .
l. .argumen t which -can- W' -irred-for its con-
the looli sand, &c., above, and equal in a
""'" _'. ... ... tinuance. Just so long as it is persisted
diameter to that of the well, has fallen I .. ,
- *-. "- ini, shall we hear of citizens taking the
Eve" as it is, although the covering of ^ ow had.Fr an
sand and clay, above the rock, is so thin, ,aonsan wie approv of the method in vogue,
ther "s incusv Soouth btcmpr ^g CaroLina and other Soutlhern
alivet very few of the natural wells open , taes There, a negro charged w'th the
at the surface of the ground. As it is, ,omsino ayotnoagis i
there are many thousands of theta shut .fn or prpety ....u bfreabec
out'rom view by the loose upper forma- of magistrates and ajnry~of freeholders.
tion! Wonderful to tell, there seems antfnhis guilt or innocence speedily e~stab
ground for believing that the solid litne- lilid Punishment follows dlosel upou
tone of this entire region is a continuous th."heels of convictionF'-iia-ntary exam-
nretwork of these round, deep, and straight pl is mae and-Yime majesty of the law
uniform perforations. That there are my- vindicated.j/"iere, it may be several
rinds of them, I say there seems ground tno r^isaeter the perpetration of an. offence
for believing; it is not a matter of absolute ... ^ ................in ur C.rcui
certamnty, tt is a certainty, however.,t,,- ~.) c, If -vctd -,e ec -of te
many of the people hving there ave such ^ ^^{ flm
belief, and act-upon itjd-i Mr. Lane, whiich has trans-pi,'ed, much imp'ired ;f
abovee menti&".- neert~ivinchavbuiltnea "ne~we. acquittedi, 14e ownerr hhs becn subjected.
_7gh~wyfie.,usttmx, eds av(acw to groat hoss and inconvenience. "




















... The solid rock was here-about three feet T he advantages of the South Car,,lina
below the surface. Thirty feet from his practice, to'our mind, are very obvious,
-Irtchen hie .commenced digging, expecting and we are ablen t'L sce no ego,,d gprouuds


to find a natural well on striking the rock, why a similar, method should not be intro-
and within a'space of tah feet square, he dueed..in our code; We hope that the
did find-one. Iskw it myself and drank I
serious atreniAoi of oar law-m akers -will
Sweater from it. t is nearly two feet -in 'be directed to thWm matter,. and that thev,
diameter .ndperfectly round,-a true bor-i..wtl useheire earnst endeavors to effect
ing. The fifty wells I "described above -ch a change in tis repeat as will UP
were in 11'80rt-of depression where there "4aied with applause b .the great mass of
washo ose material uponAte, limestone'; ourwizens, -. *
toir if there had bbei'-here five6.r six Aeqt, ,O BEFORE YOW TEAP.
ef sand andela fromthese.ellswoBnd A correspondent of the Nownansville
aebeenlshututfroD sight, ao. dispatch, writing above the signature of
; I repeat, that these natural wells are'to- "_Newnansville," has lately indulged in
Stally distinct both in appearance and ori, some very iU-natued remarks at out ex-
gin from the limesinks. so numerous in pense. Had the writer glanced over the
every part of Florida. The limesinks are issue of the East Floridian containing the
continually forming in every part of the article which elicited his communication,
State. Hundreds of thousands of years, he would have observed that we were ab
very possibly, have elapsed since the na- sent at the tithe, having been unexpectedly
tural wells were made. They were formed called to South Carolina. His attack.
when the rock in which they are found therefore, is ungenerous and undeserved,
was the bottom of the sea, and none of and he is quite welcome to any reputation
them since it has been dry land. My lim- which his witty effort may have procured
its forbid me at this time to attempt the for him. The friend who conducted the
explanation of their origin. Perhaps 1 paper during our absence, assures us that
may do so at some future time. his remark was meant in playfulness and
Very many of the natural wells, I will was not intended to wound the feelings
say in conclusion, contain fish. It is a nor to reflect upon the good sense of the
singular sight to see one catching largo parties in question. So far as we are con-
perch in such a place with a hook and line; cerned, we'have always been in favor of
yet it is sometimes done. The fifty wells the formation of Thespian Societies. as af-
mentioned contained perch, fording not only amusement to the com-
Wacahoota, Feb. 28. A. W. K. munity, but a recreation to the members.
: '- at once entertaining and instructive.
F Yellow Jessamine Flowers.-This is THE CUBA TELEGRAPH.
* t" the season when the beautiful and highly We are at last able to announce the
aromatic, but dangerous, yellow jessa- gratifying intelligence to our readers that
mine flower is in bloom. Parents, and the wires have been, laid to Cedar Keys.
mothers particularly, should inform their Mr. Walden, the superintendent, is some-
children that those flowers are poisonous, where on the line between Savannah and
"We have on former occasions called atten- Callahan, and is expected to arrive daily.
tion to this matter, and have heard of Shortly after his arrival; we are informed
many children who have died from chew- that the instruments will be prepared arid
ing these flowers. If this fact is genially the line pat in immediate operation. \e


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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE!!!
0ON and after February 21st, 1860, daily Pai- '
&enger Traius will run as follows: }
Leave Fernandina ...............2:00 P.. <,
Baldwin at..i ..............4.55 t i
<1 Starke at .... ................ 6:30 "
W aldo at..... ............... 7.15
Gainesvillet t............... 8 20 "
Archer at., J ............... 9.15 "
Arrive at B3ronsol ..................9.51 "
Leave Bronso0'at............ ..., 3.00
Arche t..................... 3.30
Gaines~i at ...........J...4.30
\ Waldo e .......... 5 20"11
Starke t...'.....60 H
Baldwi a...... ........755 |
Arrive at Femndina.. ..".....10.46
These Traifis connect witti#Boats to and foil
Charleston daity and With ">;ts to and f 0
Savannah four tirnq .vAe k, "
Freight Train wil! leave imrnandina on M'.,
days, Wednesdays and Fridays. at 4.20 A. M
and returning lemve "Bronson, on Tdted.gi
Thursdays Oi Saturdays, at 3.10 A. M. ,
t: A .1: COLE, Supet.
Fernandrpa, Feb.. 20, 1860. -


P.-,SEKNG L ,".S

Per teamer Gordon, Capt. A ,kins, from
Charleston, March 8.-P Presler, L M
Moseley.
March 10.-P Luther & Lady Master A
Stewart, T J Wcmbwell, Chas. .W ,re,
an,1 l-,i^ deck. ,_.0,:
March 14.-Mrs. Fisk, Mrs. A 11 Cole,
.nurse and child, E E Lee. H C Burr, G
Rufkin. W W Wirden, E Lang. R Hays.E
Hall, If F York, J W Pe-arson, Fpren.
Capt. Perry & Lady, Miss Mary Hunter,
T J Rounnree & Lady, W D Mlorris, Rev.
A Milkr. R Lang, C W Lewis, W B.llin-
er. Dr. Johnson, C A Butler, and 8 on
deck. &
Per Steamer Carolina. Capt. Flinn, from
Charleston, March 9.--B W or'.l. J Kis-
min&er, W T Bryant,", T If".l'ra,, Mrs.
Bishop and three children, J B Thomas,
W Wilkinson, and 3 on deck.
Per Steamer Augusta. Capt. Philips,
fiom Savannah, March 14.-Mrs. S G
Adams, Mrs. Marther. M P Miller, W W
Sco tt & serv't, J F McD(onell, J 3 L'easley.


JUST RECEIVEDi


DOZIER &'BRfO(_ME^ |
II.. --&SUPPLY OF

SPRING~000D4!
OF THE LAT T, STYLES.
Towellings, Dimity, MarseslIes, Canton Fl&n
nel. Shirtin-'s at .Sheerinv ; LINEN for
Paints, ShirtsL and Coats, White and Co-
lored B-,rilliant%, Famny and Furni-
ture Prints, Gingham Lawn, Or-
gandie and Muslin Dress Pat-
ternz, Ladies' and Gents,
Kid, Silk, Cotten anti
Linen Glove-i and
Gauntlets,
Gents, Neck Ties and Cravats.
In addition to other articles in this line, to,
"numerous to mention, they have also received *
fresh supply of

Boots and Shoes !
The beauty fnd style of whieh would coinpl] th,
ladies to look with, admiration, upon thpidglies
foot and Ihe p *'ei. c.Jlr All" ,h ,Ie ll'igit ain
many (,;hers iny.see.a.by LcaldigUt LtJ.,chexl
Storeo 9B1 U I^ ~
,. .-DOZIER & BROO lf
Fo ani'tinA, Fla Mar. 15 42 2"k,

Fernandina and Sav nnahr

SENM I.-WEEKtY-'STEAM ACKET.

FREIGiT AND PAS AGE

.6iREATLY RED UCED!
E SUPERIOR AND ELEGANT "


In this Town, on the morning of the
10th inst., after a lingering and painful ill-
ness, borne with an uncomplaining pa-
tience, only possible to the truly good,
Mrs. MARY ELiZABE'TH WELLS. wife
of M r. JAMES \V.L's athe twei.ty-second
year of her age. "t?
-^, 'j.W whose maiden name was
McDowN.lL, was born in .
ware, on the 8th of August, 1838; made a
profession of religion in October, 1854;
was married on the 23rd (,f May, 1858 and
came to Feinidina in the same year.
Her singularly amiable disposition, won
the esteem and attachment of all who
knew her; and though the dead are be-
yond the reach of censure or of praise, yet
the thought of all who can love virtue,
linger instinctively, around the memoryof
those whose lives teach us that this ca'n-
not be man's only abiding place; but that
there-is another and a better world, where
tipe flowers that brighten earth shall bloom
again in beauty immortal.


AUGUSTA, .-
Having been purchased expressly f.r l;him Route, -' "=
will hercadter rmake regtir trip between the "*
above named ports, touching 'at Brunswick ",d
Hamilton Landing only. ", > Leaving Savannah evory Mo.l)ay an& QFhuts-
day, at 3 o'clock, P. ,I ..l ,
Returni' g.leavos Ferfi.irvfinn very onaln
dav and Saturday, at 11 o'eoc k, A. M. ,-.
M-in <'l,,oe connections pit Fernan.dina writh
the Fl,,riLa Raiil R.-a.I. avid thence to all points
in ihe interior of Fl,,rida. ]
|.IPassa"e, 81-0.O
fy Freight taken aL oni~bird liftw pra-r s -\,
rates. 4 ?
Cotton from Fernandin Savannah, 60a, pr ay ..-
bale. a "
JOHN C. ASER S CO.,"
Maer. 15-tf f- Savannah, G%.


Mr. Editor:--Piease announce Mr. LEWIS
GARDNERas a Candidate for re-election to the
office of City Matrshal, at the ensuing election,
and oblige I MAi'Y VOTERS.


gyThe friends of Col. S. ST. GEO ROGERS,
o! Marion County, announce him as a Candidate
or Mijor General of the Eastern Division of
Florida Militia, at the election 'n the First Mon-
day in May next. mar. I-te


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Positive Sale at Auction!
W ILL be sold in tbis place, on MONDAY,
19th IN$'r., that valuable property,
consisting of

and comprising togethl, throe-foart',5 of ,ock
43, fronting on Centre0"tpeetl 100 root. l-
ehua street 2U0 feet, on Seventh street m^H-,
and on Eighth street 400 feet.
On the premises there is aa fine two story dwell-
ing, with six rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Store
Room and Servants'j.R0oms.
The location is one of the most desirable in
the Ciiy, and a fine oppo-tunity is now offered
to those wishing to make a residence or invest-
ment. -R. W[LSON,
Fernandina, Mxr. 15-1t Auctioneer.


NOW IN STORES
2 000 bushels IHITE CORN.
5 150 barrels FLOUR.
Meh 15 BROOME & THOMPSON.

Whiskey, Flour Pork, Beef.
50 Barrela Monongahela Whiskey.
25 barrels Superfine Flour.
25 barrels Fine Flour.
20 Sacks Extra Flour.
25 barrels Prime Pork.
25 barrels Mess Pork.
25 Sacks Salt.
2000 pounds -hoice Hams.
40J0 pounds Bacon Sides.
40 Packages Brandy.
30 Packages Tobauco.
Sugars, Coffee, Candles, Rice, Nails, Starch,
Molasses, Soap, &c., in Store, and for sale
Tnu / vtT trf n A T nVIT.V*


Gleanings f'rom tie Florida Press;

i'he Independent Pr'ss states that the
dititenls of Lake Cityare discussing the
expediency of a railroad-connection with
Goot-gia ......\Ve learn front tile same paper
that the F. A. & G. C. R. R. was com-
pileted t, within half a mile of Lake City
on (lie Tth insi. The good people of that
place are anlidipaltilig a grand frolic on the
occasion of the- cftipletiu ofor that toad.
Th'q Madison Messenger contains tile
particulars of the murder of Ml'. M. D.
Griffin, residing rear that town. The
bloody act was committed by the negr,,es
of Maj. Watts, for whom the deceased
was acting as overseer. Nine negro fel
lows has bees arrested and a full confes-
sion of guilt has been obtained. Two of
the murderers are still at large.
According to the Pensacola Gazette, a
wax image of John Brown, of Harper's
Ferry notoriety, which was- being exhibl-
ted'in connection with the wax-works,
was levied r4-by i(,le citizens of Milton
and forthwith committed to the flames.
Mr. Thomas Footman of ]tel-Air, says
the Florida Sentinel, was "recgliy shot
and very severely wounded by a runaway
negro, wl.mhile was pursuing.-
The Pensacola Observer calls attention
to the rapid increase in the population of
that city....*.There has been a Telegraph
celebration in Pensacola, on the occasion
of the conzgtion of the cities of Mobile
and Pensacola by the telegraphic wires.
Many goud things were said, and we sup-
pose al.o dir-ank ...... In a recent article on
tile prospeity-6if Penisacola the Observer
says; "One cilutnn of our paper would
hardly be sufficient to enumerate all the
different improvements going on in Pensa-
cula, and aWwe have not tile time and
space at present: to allow for it, suffice it
to say tlat the right spirit prevails amohg
our citzc.ies, and tliat Pensacola is rapidly
g 1owinIE1 uring.s, population and busi-
nless'
A. fire occurred at Tampa on the night
of the 21l inst., which destroyed the saw-
mill of Capt. James McKay, together with
a large quantity of lumber. Loss supposed
t,, 1,v'fiv or iix thl uand dollars. No in-
-111 ai,,.,'..... 'l t.,l .rd u f Itihe Peninsular
has been elected .n hi.q,,f .-,iii r of
.he Perry Guards, Tile editor has alwal"s
wielded a sharp and eff'.'ctIvo pen, a,'n. .s
doubtless well qualified to make similar"
good use of the sword. whenever required.
Benjamin E. Dupont is announced as
a candidate for the office of Brigalier
Geue-ral in the last issue of the Home
ComnpiTon.
The Flourdian & Jourral notices the ar-
rival of Gov. Perry in Tallahassee on tl,e
5tlh inst. -;
The editor of tile Jackson;lle,. Rer.-i.li
call has been shown uax:. i- tIii .v ..:1 i .. .'
raised in that city by ''ri, ,I' C'a,,,,va,
soine of which measured four and a-
quarter inches in circuwfurence. You say
nothing of the flavor, friend Moore.
Did'nt you g6t a taste ? ....1he same pa-
per announces that tile teamner Cecile.
| which has been-rtunning between' t.'h.i rl*s.
I..n .Itd Sa innahll. million the first of
- 7 ". - -,-% .
"AlT.... be- loip -. n ti ],ir' bewen
Charleston and Palatka, tMuching at Beau-
fort, Savannah, FernanldinA and Jackson-
ville.

,DemocraticiAeetihag at Gainesville.
"-* a meeting: of the Democra46 ot AI-
achua county, held at Gain-ts",1q; on last
Monday, t1he4 d 5didales
to attcn Sd. t e Convention. fur-'te
FB ,f appoinltin delegates to th(
" (2har'!uston''- Nanional] C~onvention. called ti-
the Chtair Col. J. (C. Pe o, ,nd Georgt
Dewsoin, Esq., was* requested to act a.,
.Secretary.
On m.tion of J'esne T. Bernard, Esq., ii
Swas moved that a committee of three h(
appointed by the Chair, to nominaxte dele-
gates, wlhicli~comrn~ittee constituted tht
following gentlemen :
J. T, Bernard. Esq. Col.J.I.B. Dawkin
and S. R. Pylen. ',
The Committee reported to the meeting
thie f,,llowing gentlemnen :
Philip Dell, T. lngraim, Gee. Leitner
IHenry Br'adfor't, Col. J. C. Prior. A. II
Perry and Madison Sparkniau.
; Ont motion o( Hen'ry Bradford, it was-
S Resulted. Tha~t the delegates of thi.,
'*-"o,-Auy Jothle Slate Convuntion, nelecl
'ladis,,n ais the plane, and that thie time be
Stlhe first Monday in Aprdl.


It was moved by Col. J_ B. 1awkino
f that'the proceedings of this mee.wing be
published in the Florida Dispatch and
I the East Floridian.
The meeting then adjourned.
r J. C. PELOT, Chairman.
GEo. DEWSON, Secretary.
For Fernandnia.-An advertisement
elsewhere announces a change in the
hoir of departure of the favorite steamers
Carobna and Gordon, from this port for
Fernandina. The hour of departure hence-
forward will be 7.30 p. in., instead of 6 p.
M1, as heretofore. Heretofore there has
bwen li lack of sufficient time for the trans-
mission oftlhe evening mail from the North,
which has consequently laid for twenty-
f ur hours in the Charleston Postoffice
By the new schedule, the Northern mail
Wi!l not be delayed at this point, but be
directly transmitted to the boat, bringing
our Fernanhina friends within thirty-six
hours mail common nication with New
York.-Chairleston M1ercury."
Arot Afraid of any -'Irrepressible Con-
flict.-A friend who was present, informs
us tiat at Louisville, Geo., last, Tuesday
negroes brought higher prices than ever
before known. Old men brought $1,000,
young men and boys $1,500 to $1,900, and
yonng women without children .$1.900 to
$2,000 and upwards-all field hands.-
The terns were notes witA interest from
date-equivalent to cash. The people in
Jetferson, we judge, have very little dread
of John Brown.--Augusta- Chroniqle, Sth
inst.
From statistics lately prepared, relating
to the extent of lunacy amoog the negros
of the various States of the Union, we find
that in Louisiana, there is one lunatic out
of 2477 negros; in South Carolina, one in
2999; in Massachusetts, one in 43; in
Maine, one in 14. Positive evidence, we
;m.vnrr.a\.. tha ft'eedom~n is no\t. thet normali


The Latest News!


CALL AND Lp*OK
AT THE 4

NEW CHEAP SjiORE



TUB subscriber would retr, ectuy" notify :hid "
friends, the Ladies and Gentlemnn of,Fer- ;
nandina and surrounding country, that 'he,: id
now installed in his new Store. where he will bti
pleased to see and serve them. ilia bu i".Wi
has been much enlarged, and bis stock of 7


NUW %GOOHS%0
which he is now receiving, will be thbV argeSt
and best, selection ever brought before" the peo-
ple of.this place.
In connection with the above, he Will keep
constantly on hand a choice selection' of

Cheap Family Groceries!
Having purchased his supplies very low for
Cash, he will sell for the same. Ile therefore,
solicits a call from- those iiho desire GOOD
AND CHEAP BARGAINS.
C. H. HiTOT, Second Street,
OFposite the Store of Broome.& Thompson
Mar. 15 42 tf


TELEGRAPH.


From the Savannah Morning News.
ONE DAY LATER FROM EUROPE.

ARRIVAL OF THB


NEw tons, ,imch ii.--ihe g,,iinsihlp
New York, from Soulthatiptori, has ari'tVed
with Liverpool dates to the 23d ult.
General News.-Advices from Rome
states that the Pope holds in readiness a
mitu proprio, already signed, realizing
the promisesmade at Gasta. He demands
that the patrimony at St. Peters shall be
guaranteed him.
The Electoral Committee of Florence
recommrtend annexation to Piedonont as tfhe
only programme which candidates should
profess.
The Austrians had conceded to the Jews
the right to hold real property.
LONDON, Feb'ry 23.--il funds opened
yesterday with increased strength, ,wina
to tlhe confiftnce felt in the position of the
AMinistry. and the prevailing 'opinion that
great diplomatic effoltg were behig nade
to prevent such foreign complications as
would end in hostilities.

Later ftom--Calilorula.
"NEW YOIaK, March 11.--The steamship
Atlantic has arrived with Ran Francisco
dates to noon of the 20ih ult. She brings
$1 200,000 In treasure.
The Jews of California, send $20,000 to
the relie'fof their brethren in Morocco.
News generally unirmportant.

Bank lF'orger Arrested,
BALTIMORtE, March ll.-Win, K. Bagby
was arrested here to-day, on telh;iraphic
information from Savannah, eiarged with
fraudulently obtaining $'2_,i00 from the
State Bank of Georgia, at Savannah. Ile
has been cminitteil to await q requisition
from the Governor Of Georgia.

From the Charleston Courier.
Items from Washington.
WASHINGT:aN. March 12--Gen. Mira-
mon has otdered the blockade of the
Mexican gtlf ports. Our governme.'ni ).S,
adele-Nnined nrot to- r.'tp.vct tfis order, and
instructions to that eff-eet have been issued
to the commnander of the U. S. Naval force
in th,,seevaters.
The delegates at large from the State of
North Carolina, to the Charleston Coi
vention, are Hunter then.

LATER FROM-EUROPE.

ARRIVAL OF THE
21dM; M=L x"r) .1

IIALIFAX, March 12.-The steamniiip
rAmerica. Capt. Millar, froth Liverpool di-
rect on Saturday, February 25, has arrived
via QueTehstown.%- I
The British Channel fleet has go i to,
tje Meditlsrraneari. The .cause of this
rhioveoient, accordhis to rumor, 'is a de-
tal(d on the part of Spain, of a large ces
sion of ,-territory frum 3nMorocco, as one con
edition of peace with that c..ii ,"i:
Aus~tria resects, Engia,l4n.' ,-.>t,^,o,,(;ions
Tor the arrangeinment of Italian affairs, and
abides by the Vilia-Franca ngreenient.
She will not employ force at lresent, but
I reserves the liberty to do so in the future.
Spi-in de nan& -.y' rr^--?"r .-- iTS.
demnity, and the possession of all the con
quered territory, etc.
The America brings no list of the Hmn-
garian's passengers.
The capital of the new Atlantic Tele.
graph Cable Company is to be X600,000
Of this amount only ,70,000 have so fa,
been subscribed,
By' the treaty of alliance between Aus.
tria and Russia, thie latter guarantees the
former all her possessions, including [Iuu-
gary and VuetieLa,
A-Spanish Squac, rpn is about to shell a
eaport town of Moroeco,
The Paris correspondent of the Londoi-
G',be says that the chances for wai
springing up are growing stronger anm
stronger, Tr 'ops areaccumulatingbtehii d
t'ne Smicto an'I on thie north bank of the
*river Po. Other corr~espondents write in
a similar stratn.

Congressional.
WASHINGTON, March 12.--Senate.-Mr
Tverson, of G~eorgia. introduced a bill tU
extend the provisions of a land act tr
Florida. for the benefit of the Mobile an
Ohio Railroad. "


Mr. King presented a petition from cer-
tain merchants of New York, praying the
establishment of a line of steatnships from
that city to Cuba via Charleston and Key
West.
The cas;e of Thaddeus Hyatt was taken
up and discussed. Ile was finally commit-
ted to jail for contempt of the authority
of the Senate, bv a vote of 44 to 10.
.' Mr. Toombs. of Georgia, gave notice of
his intention to introduce his Bankruptcy
bill.*
In the House the Homestead bill was
, passed by a large majority.
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont. endeavored t,
introduce a bill regulating import 'duties
for the purpose of increaisiitg the' revenue

Telegraph Line to San Franclsco.
Washington, March 12.-The principal
telegraph men of the country are now
here, consulting with the members of both
Houses of Congress, relative to the con-
stanction of a substantial line to San
Francisco. "

Dealth of Col. Beckhaln-WVe regret to
announce the death of Col. L. A. Beck-
ham, who died at his residence in this
District, on Monday last, after an illness
of some weeks. Mr. Beckham was an in-
fluential and highly respected man, and
will be greatly missed in our District. He
was well known and popular with our
citizens, formerly representing therm with
acceptance, in the State Legislature. Ile
was buriedl on Tuesday by the Odd Fel-
lows. and he leaves a family and large



FLORA RAIL ROAD.


NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.


NOW RECEIVING
BY Schr. Blackbird, from Baltimore,
1000 bushels BEST WHITE CORN.
50 barrels FLOUR.
Mch 15 BRO.ME & THOMPSON.






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O R.,JOHN P. WALL,
A- AV1NG perBUUntly located in rernandina,
reepectrallymera his services in the prao-
eke eof
fSinwERY','MEDICINE, &C.,
^"to the inhabit-rints of the ci~y a~nd vicinity.
1CW'OF1ICt at the Pioneer Hotel. l
M< ar. 8. 41 y

GEORGE BELL,,

Contractor and -Bulduer,
V 0 BRICK WORKAND PLASTERING -
U'Plain and Ornamintft. Grates,,Stills and
^Fhares fixed, '.
All wnrk warranted to.give satisfaction.
Mar. 8, ,< 41 tf


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PAILY PAPER
IN
F ERNANDINA..^
E ABLY in ApHif, we will c mm enc the pub-
lication of a DAILY PAP Mt in Fernan-
dina, to be called the

DAILY EAST FLORIDIAN,
The paper will be ILTRA Southern in senti-
ment, and Sttronly Deniiieratic in principles. It
will be At ihe same t~inin a first-eliiss conlinercial
and literary paper-giving the very latest Tole-
graphic-intelligence, later by 24 bout's thain can
be received by either the Savannah or Charles-
ton papers').
The tiibscriptiokn price will be. Six bollars per
annum, payable invariably in advanced.
Aclvertisemejais will be inserted at the usual
rates..
ej^Subscriptions are invited.
Vd'?All Coininuniention-' to b~e addressed to
IV. 11. BABCOCK &f CO.,
or, Editors East Floridiinr.
N. B.-All -opies of the paper sent to those
who have not paid in advance are gratis.
Feb 23. 39 tf


(STATE OF FLO0RIDA.


Gainesville Academy.
T HIE EXERCISES of tbis Ihstitution were
resumed January. 2pd, 1860.
The Foiwale Departmnent' in' connection with
the Maile, will commence 1i) the new Academy,
about the first of March, tinder the superintend-
ence of an accomplished corps or Teachers, who
will impart inqtruc1tioni in Maguic, French, Orna.
inental. Branches, &fc.', at the custoihttry rates of
Tuition. ,;
J't is our design arid fiighest aspiration to make
this Academy irqriL the patronage of the entire
community.
Tuition as previously published.
No deductions; unless in case of protracted
sickness.
Board $10 or C12 per month.
Parents desir6us uf having their sons and
daughters prepared to enter College, of wisbing
theie to receive a tthoroug-h Academaical Educa-
tion, either Linguistic or Matlienudib'al, are re-
spectfully solicited to give us a trial.
Too much of our wealth is expended in oiber
States in stead of dtur of'Ia, for the purposes of
Education. Let us rear up), foster, aind patron-
ize our own literary institutions.
Gainesville is one of the heaflthiest locations in
the interior of the Sta-te. It is accessible East
and West by Florida Railrcaid; ; North and SouthI
by tri-weekly stages.
For further inforniation rcernr to
J. 11 ROPER, A. M., Principal,
Feb. 2-36-tf F~~nsvle la.


BY


H. C. MOSELEt.
FERNANDINA, f.


AND
B~ciI~mOA^ dRkvARbm'NG AGENTS)
f. Eit*1WDiNA FtiA.;
Atitt? or tenr Carolna; iin4 .the
0aana and Florkidat leb~eil
eiksk. Marys and St. Johns, anfd
N elv York Line oitPacktri,

Liberal 13ASH adviihed mn%]e ohi Cotioit
consigned to'our friends ift Chlidekiofi
$ftd Sivahnifih;


Col. G. W. Call, te'rnphfiuain, Fig. Wmn. If.
Lawton At Co., E. Lafliie A Pi., Cbarleston. S.C.
A. Bmantly, Madison Fla. I G~ov. M. S Ptir
Mkioqnopy, Fla.; W, Brantly, 6cafaj~la. Y57-1
elford, Fay & Co., Messr-s. Bostop & Villnlonga,
Messrs. Tison A Gordon, Savannah.G; as n,
A.. cRae, Wilmington N. C. ei.Dlu
Potert A o., New York.'
Peiriaindra, Fla. October 14, 1968.-tf


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'BY THE GOVERNOR.
BY y irttte ort(he prvisions of an act of the
Gsniral Assemplyo of this State, entitled
t or tuf% StAte ," anoe December 22, 1859, 1,
MADISON BPRRY, Governor of Florida., do
tkreh'y ftrder ain election to be held on the first
Monday 1% May next, for all thie Division, Raig-
Militia. ortlhe State, As follows :
For Mes Major General of the First Division of
the Slaite 01 Floridai, comnposedl of that part of
16r State West of the Suwannee River.
For one Major General! of the Second Division
of the State of' FlorilAti, coinpoied of that part of
the State Eaft of the Suwannee River and known
East and South Florida
For one Brigadier General of the First Brig-
%4* composed of the.,Mil; tia of the Counhties of
Xnamibia, Santa Ro I'afltom, H~olnm", Wash-
lIftton, Jackson and c1ilboun.
For one Brigadier General of the Second brig-
adl*, composed of the Mlilitia of the CoUntlis of
ntadscln, Libverty, Lton, WaktillA, Jefferson,
Ta ]or, Madison and Hamilton.
Kor one Brigadier General of the Third Brig-
*Asd cososttO.d of the Mifitia ut' the Counties of
Lafatyette, Levy, Suva-nnee, Columbia, New
Rivr)r Ahtcbuna nd Nas-sau
w For*e brigodier Ge~neral of the Fourth Brig-
^4* coknp< sed of the Counties of Duval, Clay,
,At. Jhn's, Porntnam, Oraige, Brevard, Volusia,
p'ieitr And Marion.
k jur o" Brigadier General of the Fifth Brig-
*ds composed of the Counties of Hernando, D illf-
b orough, Manatee. Dade and Monroe.
Z Incttw Colonel. one Lisutenanit Colonel, and
nt0Mjor, for each Regiment its follows:
For thie 1st Regiment comiposed of the Militia
o f Emcbmbia, county.
For the 2nd Regiment, composed of the Militia
-of Sieuta, Rosa county.
Yoi the _WRegi went, composed of the Militia
of Wllto.ntenl
For the~ Regiment, composed of the Militia
of Woohington and Hlolmes counties.
For the 15th Regiment, composed of the Militia
oft Franklin and Calboftn counties.
For the 6th Regiment, composed of the Militia
^^W3^count"*r I
tt' zo tlwRgiutf eoinpos.ei pf.tho-Militlii
9f *Oadsdin Liberty c004iities.
O^ <,6E~i-" th Regimuint, composed of the Militiat
^^'~ on cotmty.
For the 9tbh&ghuent, comprosed of the Mililtia
of WaklullnsjgMty.
For -te Im R~egiment, composed of the Militia
of.IefferzOB county.
I For the 11th Regiment cn-nposod of the Militia
of Madison, Taylor and Lafayette counties.
For thet 12th Regiment, comnpos;ed of the Militia
of Hlamilton count,-. II
For the 13Lh Regiment, comp~osd of the Militia
of-Columbia., New River and Suwainnee counties.
i Yor the 14to IRegiment, composed"of the Mili-
tia of Alachus county,
Fer th 15th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tis of Nassau county,
For the 16th Regiment, composed of the Mill-
AlaV. Clay and Duval counties..
~s-.For the Ilit.RegimentI composed of the Mili-
'^~ffi -t. J~ofani and Putnamu counties.
""For roe 18fh Regiment.,^ composed Zf the Mili-
-Ust of Marion county.*
SFor the 19th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
via of Sumptor, Volusia, Orange and B-evard
,Count ies
,For the 20th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
Us of Levy, Heornando, H1illsborough and Mana-
Up t countiee.,-
For the 21st ROegiment, composed of the Mili-
got of Dade arid Monroe counties.
For one Captain, one First Lieutenant and one
06jbud Lieutenant of each Beat Compaqv in cv-
11 Mroiinty of the State.
"fhe Judges of' Probate fire kereby ordered to,


0 EDUCATION!
Fernandina 11emale! Semiinairy.

T lie Second year of this flour-
ishing Institute', under theo stiperinteniewcn
of M48s E. P. BR1OWNE (late uf Charleston,
S. C.) will commence oil Monthly the third of
October 1859.
The be-althy and romantic location of this de.
ligntful city rienders it a very desirable pointcfor
a. Foulafle Collrpe.
Good board 'In reasonable terms ca~n Ub ob-
tained in private families, or with the Pribcipal
Also good inedica attendanceb ini ca-se of ill-
nessq.
It is the design of the Plrhinipal ,thd Tea~cher?
t~o make Fchool A hlone, aind study a pleiasrc
.Superior advantages for Music, Drawing aind
painting. Every thing will be donor for acquir-
ing a thorough and accomplished Education.
KUFFnIMNC12
Thie cite~nig of Ve rn aiiein a generally.
Bishop Rutledge of Florida,
Rev.J. B. Camipbell, Charleston, S.C.,
Rev. C. P. Gawihsden. "
Rev. Craninore Wallace, "
Dr. Win. 11-. Fitch, "
Professor Guenebault, and others. *o;'
June 16 1859. 4 *' m

JUN > XL 63 T.7711
T HE subscribers have on hand a S TIL L
which they desire if) sell. It is nearly new,
having: been run only one year,;-in size it will
hold fifteen -barrels, and is complete in all its
fixtures, We will sell it on six months time bY
giving good City acceptance. Apply to Ron-,&
Co., Ferrian'lina, or to F. M. Myrall, Steamboat
Agent, Savahn.ili, or to the subscribers.
TEMPLE & BRO.
Waldo, Fla.
C"? >:' lnei 4-**-n ilc ?tye ir~l i% .ii.-r ill News,
andl C iil.*'r. !"^ "'l ''l rip-v vnoe a
week t'"r I';j wiFel%: and .-end bill -t "-tI i.n office.
Feb. 16 38 v, ~t


Millinery & Dress Making,
MRS -. JD. J') NE S
HAVING locatedI in the City of Fernandina.,
is prepared to .furnish the Ladies of the
City and vicinity, with bh*r most approved
styles of
BONNETS) FLATS, RIBBONS,
Flowers, Laces and. Embroideries,
with mnany other Faincy Articles-wholesatle or
retail-on the most reasonable terms for CASH.
7%:";' Orders from the country promptly at-
tande-d to. 'feb. 16-38-3m1


Selling Off at Cost!
H"IE undersigned being compielledl from a
TI-press of business cl*,ewheie, to d~iseontinue
for theB[n'ii the mercantile fcusihess in this
place, '*T1-in- entire Stock of Goods, consisting
of eiery variety of Dry Good,% Shoes, Haio,
Clothing, Groceries. Liquors, &-c., ,
ff-W 4=S S
And invites the public to coined and mnake Bar-
gatiq& at prices not q-iteil offered. .
Hfo will also sell out ti) any one deasiroue of es-
tablishing business in this place, together with
the stand, Which is ap good as any in the city.
E. J. ACOS IA.
Fieb 23 39tf


-Land for Sale!
THIS land is situated near the city of Fer-
Tnriandn, Florida, and conta-ins Six Acres
[ind 11- 100 of anl acre, and will be sold upon rea-
sona~ble terms to early applicants. Persons de-
Airing to purcha. e are referred to the printed
Map of Ferniaidini, tor its location. It has been
recently re-surveyed. ana the Surveyor reports
it as rich and'iivell wooded land. For farther par-
ticulars apply to R. F. F L 0Y1),
,Jan 12-33-tf 'Tocoi P.O0. East Florida.

DOZIER & BROOME
General Commission. Merchants
AVn DEA USBM-4?

DRi GaODBSv

GROCERIES,

HARDWARE. &c.
F E RNA ND IN A F LA.

TIE unrdersigned have this daiv ,v
Formed a. copairtniership, under il'bc^,-
na~me and style 4lt the above entitl.i'lff^
firm, for the purpose of carrying orn;is2 i
GENERAL MERCANTILE BUSINESS.
They will keep always on hand a good as-
sortment ef


L~wis 1P. iL6UX. GEORGE S. RtOUX,

TRIOUX & iCO.~
&beItlceikli'i;d Fro!ISarding Agenti

CEE'~ CoMl t 18 Ioi m xBhA8,

SPECIALattention given 16 the sale of O-
TON, MOSS, HIDES and PRODUCE gen-'
h ^Cotou, and o their Mercb~ftdiKe fOrivarded
wit Sr and dispatch. ,
July. 7 *7


1 Prize of..... (50,000 100 Prizes of.... 1,000
,.'2 Prizes of. ., '2010.,o) 170 Prizes of .... 500
i2 Priteis of .... 10,000 65 Prizes of ... 100
2 Prize.s of .... r),000 65 Prizes of.... 75
n j Pri-ts of.. 6,000 65 Prizo '-f. 60
rPr~iie o4... 4,000 65 Prfi e, of.. 50
2 2 PPr'izes oit.., 3,000 1,810 Prizes of 40
2 rizes of.... -1000 27.040 Prizes of 21)
1^3,3 Prizespnounting to .......... 81, 186,7P6
Whole Tickets $20; Halves 810; Quarters $5
Eighths $2,50.
r Certificates of Paickages will be sold at the fol-
lowing rates, which is the ri-k&
Certificate of Paick'ges 26 Wh,,le Tiekets $299 00
.1 94 26 Half It 149 50
is It i 26 Quarter '1 v7 4 7f5
44 Is 1 26 Eighth '1 37 37

THE ORDINARY DRAAVI'LGS
of Wood, Eddy &f Co's. Single Number Lotteries
will talke place in public, as follo4ws-"
Class 62 Draws on Saturday, M~irch 3, MO6.
'Class 63 Di'aws an Saturday, March 10, 1660.
Class 64 Draws oh Saturday. March 17, 19' 60.
Class 65 Draws on Saturdqy, March 24, 1EZ60
Class 66 Drawst on Saturdav, March 31, 1861i.
Clips 67 Draws on Saturday, April 7, 1860
ClIass 68 Draws on Saturdny, April 14, 1860.
Class 69 Draws on Sdaturdity, April- 21, B160.
Class 70 Drn ws on Satdtrda~yi April 28, 1660.
Nearly One Prize to every Nline ticketss,
ORDINARY D)RANVINiG,
I To take place as above specified.
"1 dEJiod. Capital Pritke of' 8SO,000
r jize (f..oW*.8. 20,0001 I Prize of.. ...61,500
1 4," ....? '1ar, i"*1 ''i '. ... ..
i .... .. ..,5... "i r a ,-. .
1 ........ 4,00U, 1011 .. .300
1 ,. 3,04O iO 10 ..........150
!l100 Is I ... .....100
APPROXIMATION PRIZES,
4 Prizes of $400 Xp- to $50,00G fire $1.600
4 6 3&00 I 20,000 tire 1,200
4 250 10.000 tire 1,000
4 225 5,000 are 900O
4 200 4,000 are 800
4 11 150 t 3,000 are 640
4 1(10 1,600 tire 40C
5,000 :'(1 are 100,000
5,485 Prizes amouting to... ....8'. 9320,6000
Whole Tickets $10; Italvtg Ut Quarters S2 1-2.
Certificates of Paickalges in the Ordinary Draw-
ings will be sold at the following rates, which is t
the risk :0
Certificate of Pr-ckage of 10 Whole Tickets, $80.
I, '* .4 1" i .i 40
~ ii(B~rtr 20
lO~ght 10r
In Ordering-'lekcets or Certificates, A
Enclose the amount of money to our address forP
what you wish to purchase *. name the Lottery0
in which you wvi-h it invested, and whether youC
wish Wholes-, Halves or Quarters, on receipt of
which, we send what -s orderedl by first mail,
together with the scheme. ,
Immiedizately after the dIrassing, n pr~rltcd -
Dvawtni, certificid^f l.y I lie:.*uiii.i.~' will 9
be sent, with an explanation!
.-- Purchasers will please write their signatures N
phiin, and give their Post Office, County and tl
State.
All communications strictly confidential.
All prizes of 31,000 and tinder, paid immnedi-
ately after the drawing. Other prizes at the
isual time of forty days.
17eWood, Eddy ; Co's L~otteries arer
drawn at Auigusta, Ga., a LXViliigtolk,
Delaware. WJI
Orders for Tickets or Ccffl-tci to be di-
rected to
WVOOD, EDDY &f CO., Augusta, Geo. IV
or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta Ge'o. r
or, -.WOOD EDDY., & O., Wi lmington Del. it
Si Circulars containing S'chemes for the ti
month, will be sent frops of expense, by ad iross-
ing as above. .Oct 13 --


WHITFIELD HOUSE.
FERNANDINA, FLA.,
BY J. H-. M ROR Y.,,.
Location Pleasant,Heailthy, and convenlt 10lk ath
RAIL, ROAD AND STEAM BOATS.
June 2 32l

PATTON HOUSE.,
T HE "*PATTON HOUSE," StTVATED^
upon- 5th Street near Centre, it) the cnitylei
of Fernandina, will be opened by Miss M. J.
Patton, to-morrow, the first day of July.
The House has just been completed-Im com-
modious, and pleasantly situated-within qa short
distance of the

'RAIL ROAD _DEPOT


liigok~tt ,
-Lelyins.


Iead Dfesses,
llorsted,/i ,


CAROLINA,
Newborn, Newton Co., Geo.
36 tf


H. A. & X: ff. JEFFORBDS
SECOND STREET,
FR,*aANDlINTA, FLA.'

Grain; flkii~r, Baclon, ~lquorl Anni
Groceries, Generally4
Tg RMS ............................. ..... CASHL
Behfenefflp6 iJ. A. B-Jrcekmyer, Charleatok
S. C.; H H. R.Jgers & Ce., di- ; Lanneau, Stnitli
& Wvbildfn, ap. It Q Pinckney, Jr., d'o.) WM
Tunno, do.; Jeffoidi & Co., do.
Aug.1 IS3 '*I


Feb 2


AND


WARRANTED OF THE BEST QUALITY.


Yet far enough removed to avoid the annoyance
which a very close proximity to either would
produce.
Everyearrangement has been made to supply
the i able- with thet best which the AW on affords,
and no pains will be spared thi rend-or the guests
of the house comfortable.
A share of the public patronage *is solicited.
At.J. P1ATTO N.
June 30th, 1859. 6 tr


FOR


1 11 11


B EGS to inform the cifirens of Fernandina
and Eastern Florida, generally, that be is
now prepared to furnish them such goods as a~re
usuully to be found in a0

First Classo Drug Stores
Every article has beon selected by him with
e,,tmost camr ` a to QUALITY, mild lhe fla,-tter
iii`rif th it hG- 'oil, l~pr n ie- ac, Ph'ysician
as enabled bitt. to n-e *u.-1i .- ire aA %vill recom
Sedhsgoods to Physicians and toedsrn

Pu re Medicines.
Having purchased his gnods for Cash, be ha~s
concluded to adopt the CASH PRINCIPLE in
selling, and will not be undersold in any South-
ern market
SEV'A call is respectfully solicited by
J. COHEN9 M. D.
e_*Physicians Prescriptions put up at
any hour of the Day or Night.
Nov. 17 26 ly


CANDY FACTOR




FERNANDINA, FLA.
T itE -Aibscriber would respectfully Ipform the
J- )ub~o and MXerchants in tuo Covtntry par--
tiemlali~irfy that his f &




are made from the best of Sugars, are well fla-
vored and shape] constantly fresh, and war-
ranted to k~eep well ih any clitnitte.
Any orderig for CANDY, BREAD or CAKE
B A KING, DR ESSE D PY-, V\ IT1DS, or SIM ALL-
ER ICED CAKES, of any description, for Pa-r,-
ties, &c., will be put up in'flie best style, with
dispatch An at moderate prices.
In ad( REion to the above be offers for sale a
large variety of Goods, carefully selected by
himself in Nbw York, and such ais are generally
found in a good r.*n'''i.rry -amling which h~e
'^ u un ~ eth., r.'!-l..iiing :art, r k!
Choice Segars and Tobacco, together with a fine
selection of real Meerschaum Pipes, impor-
ted and Domestic Liquors anrd Wines,
for Medicail Purposes, Pickleq and
Sauces, Nuts, A imondsRaisonw,
Dates, Soxdinvo41, Sweet-
mecats, J' T^ e as,

LEMON SYRUP, of hi; own make, ac, i7-

A LARGE ASS0RTME_4NT OF
Toys, Doll-babilev, Willow Basketic
Work-boxes, C~abases,
And a, great many other Fancy Notions. Please
give a call and see for yourselves.
IgTCaqh orders from the country will be
promptly attended to.


PROFESSIONAL CARDS.


Ang. 11


12


ly


May 26


1


^ DEALERSHiN
JHARDWARE AN# GfiJ 0 0 X tRIX-S-
FmtNANDINA tLA'..
Agents for D. C.allahian e-u "o*Vagteain
^June Ile 1P58S. 49 IT
ROBERT ERWIN .. ............ rf-HA3. S. HARDFI.K;
-ERAEN & HAMDEE,
a notore and Commissionc. Merchants,.
B.AY SUMEE, SAVANq*I%1I, Gm',


N.A.ir-les kr'Co., Sayannah, Gla.
--Zhl. A'. 'V-I a6, 'S it
A. A. Smets, it "
061.A. S. droness, if >1
Itiram Roberts, 66 *
Judge D. R- Tucker, Milledgevilie."
Hon. Chase, J. Jenkens, Augusta.
Capt. David Bush, 4 mile, So. Ca. ;
Col. A. P. Aldrich, Barnwell C, H., S. C.
Gen. 4.M. Ayeor. t 94 CC
V'r-COTTON (ihipredi 't. F crrnnd'ina ani4
add ressedt to,the 'iare6f dft~y Vf-tk& Forwarding~
Merchants of thdt jidee, will be promptly re- *
ceived. July 7--ly


CAHPIEN'rLRQ' TOOLS.-A complete
.assortment, at BERNARD & BURR'S
Oct. 20 22 tf


N A I 1,S NA-AIIS!!1-100 Kegs asserted
sizes -for sale by -V--_
-Oct 20-tf BERWARD & BURR.


S-..M.f6. GARY-
A T T 0,-P 2VE Y A- T. -L,-A -W 2
Ocala, ^ aion Co., rFla.
LWfWilI practice h State and Federal Courts
Nor. 3 2r 4 tf


U uii ws r-f-.:...... ........... .. 15.00
ILobf W'tiriejk...'..:...ach......,.... 25.00
*, Payable One-Half in Advance.
"Having obtaiined Female Assistants, and in-
zAtiding to inaUH'e (he 'orp4 of Teachers as the
sackool denia-, I hope Lu receifv6 a liberal pat-
ionage in both *
; 'iiALB AND F"~.4 L R DSPAR TME NTS
V Good Board in private families can be had on
iponable termsi
L'A' tS 'P^ 11?" "l'is1 "'iil be taken in thA fam-
ityMR the Teacher.
Tk>_ ^ IOS A. t. EVANS.
*JKE8,41 tf


]FKERT- FAMILY GROCERIES--
-TJUST RECEIVED, at
Oct 2 -tf BERNARD & BURR'S.


ADAMS; MfKINfitEY & 0
tMPObTBRS
BRANDIES, 6jNS, WINES, &c;;
Sole 'Inportgri Imperial, t.1tm.
96 DIBERTY -STREET,
NEW YORK.,
vi. A- Afams. ii. D. Me~inney. W.D. Adams:'

p- E 6s~p eaeied by J J N E W SO M Er 4 t
t r raet respectfully aictdand filledi
prompttly. '-. J. J. X.
Feb 16 -4 ; y .


-LAWNOTICE.
TpIIE undersligngt--i-aving removed his resi-
A. dence from JacksonR0,l to Fernandina, will
continue the practice of the IWin all the Courts
of the Eastern Circuit of Florida," ---and In the
United States District Court, at S~t. AugB0a.-
Address me at this place. i
FELIX LIVIKTGSTON,
Atfc'y at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery.
Fernandina Sept. 26th 1857


G. STARK.
tf


Oct. 20


22


J &S. 0. SWA"i.SA',i.8AK

SWANN & BRO.
,E NE A COMMISSI1ft
Ana Korwarding Merchanta,
AND COLLECTING A QB R ,

S LrT attention p4id to the qfedf~ftcio of ii.
$7101-12 Paper, and to the purchase and sale Pft
Real Fitate, StrnckB, Boa&s and other Beau #I..*f
Wo PBrfer To-Joi Bryani & Son, Eavaoai*
em. i Erwffi A Hardee, Savannfah, Oft.; Jnqo. S.
Rypth, Charleetoni4 So*. Co. I MHnehel, TqntW) A
IN-well, dlo.i Ijohn W.RtIB, Prcidrient ]Bk of
Wilmingtov, Wilmington, N. C ; T. M. W iht,
President Beal of! Cape Foiir, N. C 1 Whaxnbe A
Diokinson, Ball. M-1 1 Wwlf-jn McaRi, Now
York(i Brown, DeR- ivcet A Co., Y. 1
July 14 .-8 tf


*FEIINAYDINA, FLA,
39


Feb. 23


3t


HENRY C. DOZTER,
JOHN D. BROWNIE.
2-; 6ml


STATE OF FEORIDA.
THIE subscriber, hafvinig been connected with
the Florida Division of the General Land
Office in tem'n,".rthe ]> -rven years,
would re-pj l 1, um the -*i i i n .i qof Florida.,
that he hnigtailishzhd an Agency at Ferniin-
din&, for the lrav.ao-,>.i.n of public Land business
before the tierern.1 Land Office.
Ile will attend to contested cases, correcting
Errors of Entry and Location, perfecting Gra-
duation and Pre-emption Entries. and Armued
clueupa.til-1n Claims.
Attention also given to prosecuting Bounty
Land, and Pension Claims ; purchasing;, selling.
and locating Land Warrants, and all (atber busi
ness relating to Public La 1,,
J. E. CONANT.
Fernandina, lot Dee 1859.
REFER EN CES:
Hon. S. A. Smith, Cornmis'r. General Land Office.
Hon. J. S. Wilson, Acting Com'r. It '
Dr. Wun V. f. Brown, Chief Clerk Pablic Lands.
HOD. D. L. Yulee .........HI-on. Geo S. Hawkins.
Hon. Geo. W. Call .... .. Ex-Gov. J. E. Broome
A. R. Cole, Esq..... Joseph Finewan, Esq.
I. A.: Wi li a*ms, E sq.0
Dec.16.5 ly


Oct- 20


Woy C>2 E, L1e.
SNEGRO WOMAN about thirty years |
A, of age. She' is an excellent house-t^
servant and ,i? sold for no fault. For fur- s!
tber particulars apply to


J. J. MAGEE,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,.
BRICKWO11K AMD PLAST'ERONG, PL ,AIN
AND ORNAMENTAL DONE AT THE
SHdORTEST NOTICE
17 Orderi fkomt the cou qiry promptly attem.
ded to.. t t ;>
LIME, ',CK LATHS


6Mmo


D. J. TAYLOR.
Fernandina.


December 1


Oct. 20-22-tf


WM. KERKK,
Manufacturer.


Mar. 8-41-3m


always oAi d,
Fernafid! na, Fla ze'b'. 10, 1 P58


CONSISTING OF
VALENCIA PLAIDS


CASHMERES,


WOOL DELAINES,
MOUSSELINE DELAINES,


DEaERGES,

CHALLIES.


IMT C) WJXCM-3a
SITX months after date I Will (as Administra-
trix of the Estate of John A. Cavedo,) pre-
sent my account and vouchers, to the' Judge of
Probate of Nassaxi County, for final. settlement,
a~nd will at the same time, ask to be discharged
from the administration of said Estate.
CATHARINE A. CAVEDO,
Jan 26-6m Adulinistratriji.


DRESS SILKS,


ROBES A'jTPE, &C., &C..
CLOAKS, SHAWLS', ETC.$ ETC.'
CALL AND SEm.
October i3


Co-partnersbiip. Notice.?

T HE subscribers baring entered into partner-
ship on the 11th of July last, would respect-
fully inform their friends, the people of Fernan-
dina and vicinity; that. they -have established
themselves in business, in Fernandir &, as
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
and respectfully solicit their patronage. Mfiee
over MeRory's Grist Mill.- .F PtER
.G. W. ARNETT.
X. B.-Plans and Specifications furnished 01
reasonable terms and with promptness.


The Last Notice I
A LL persons indebted to the subsoriberS, are
hereby notified that unless payment, ii
made before the Spring Teiai of Coujrt, thetr
notes and accountsm.ill be most positively plated
in the hands of a. Lawyer for collection, with in-'
structiqais to bring SU ,it wit hout aay discrimina-
tion. Longer indulgence can.p~ot and will not be
given. INGB-AM & BABOOCIK;


A f ~P- SCHOrttL UTOOKS4 PRAYER
Bvopo~ks, ly'mn Books. &c le., at
BROGME & THOMPSON'S.


4c!C> 'rW OC>q.,
rHE UNDERSIGNED WILL MAKE LIBE-
J RAL cash advances on any quantity of
cotton shipped to theltr friends for sale in Savani-
nab, Charleston, Now York or Liverpool_ _


3FOR HORSES%
'1"HSE CNDIION POWDERS are unsur-
l psse inthecure of most diseases that
Iossaa ujc to. It would be useless to
enumperate .the many diseases that these noble
creatures often suffer under, while few medicines
in general use give relief.
These CONDITION POWDERS need no, re-
commendarticn-they are well known in Carolina
and Georgia,, and need but a faithful application
to see the good results.

DIRECTIONS:
One tahlespoonful twice a week, in aL wash
otf Bran or C 'orn Meal,. continued for two or
Ihree weeks, is in goncial sufficient for the cure
of Hide Bound Yellow Water, B't~ts, Broken
Wind, arid all diseases of the Stomachi and BovO-
eli
PREPARFD ONLY BY

APOTHEKCARY MAIL;
ERNANDINA; FLA.-


Lime and, Hay.
Q flCasks Fresh Barnt Lime,
3WV300 Bales Superior Hay.
For gate by ROUX & CO.-,


WOOD) JtDDY & CO'S
GEORGIA AND DELAWARE

STATE LOTTERIES!

GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE

$ 100,900*0 O

THE EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS
of Wood, Eddy & Co'g. Three Number Lotte-
ries will take place in public, under the Super
intendenee of Sworn Commissioners, as follows:s
Clagg Or) liraws Saturday, Felriary 25.'60.
"Iass 1'G draws Saturday, Mairch 31.'60.
Class 204 draws Saturday, April 28,'60,
Nearly one Prize to every Two Tickets.

Grand Extraordinary Drawings,
To take place as above apeeified.
ONE GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE OF

100,000 Dollars!


CHARLESTON ADVERTISEMENTS;


BUSINESS CARDS.



TAVLOftBECKHAM&COM
COMMISSIONi MPE[CANTS'


HOTELS.


PAVILION HOTEL.
H. L. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietor.
0 HA R L 1 S TON S.' C .
Dec. 15 ^0ly

E. P. MUMLE,
238 KIN(6 STREET, (in the Bend)
01PPOSfltta BEA(TFAIN STREET.
!KPEg CO-NSTAiNTLY ON HAND
A SUPPLY OF FRESH
GOODt8 FORl THE FALL TRADE.


Atttention is called to the large assortment of

German Zephyr Worsted
EMBROIDERY PATT9UKNS. t


FERNJANDINA BOUtSE


CONVENIENT TO THE
RAIL RO0AD DEPOT?
AND THE

STEAMBOAT LANDINGS.
f Charges Moderate. S&S
F eb. 1T 38 tf


PROCLAMATION


-MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PAINESVILLE, FLA,
R. M. HEATH, PYW*~RI]3fTOR.
IV' Is prepared to acconimkidato Itbgnliar
and Transient Boarderk,
Dee. 8 .1 29 tf


CANVASS, FLOSS. SEWING TWIST,
Effibrolderin.- Sillis.




Of all1 shades andl colors for EMPROIDERING..


PIONEER HOTELi
A. COY, Proprietdr;
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
July 7 7 fr'


Advertisement.
A PERMANENT situation is wanted imme-
diately by 11 Scuthern Lady, to take chatrge,
or" nssist in the Music Department of a large
School-one in" East Florid. is preferred, but
will no~t object to go to any other part. of the
State. She is thoroughis; qualified to teach the
Piano, Guitar and Singing. Also,_sacred voca.1
music in classes, and is an organist. If desired,
she will impart to her pupils a knowledge of
titorough-Base.
Address,


MITTS ANDi MITTENS.
Worsted Sacks, Mantles, Opera floods,
L'Ice and Mnslin Embroidered Collars,
I Sleeves and Chemli~ets,
FUR MUFFS, CAVES AND .CUFFS,
yastb, Celt, Satrcnet and Scotch Plaid Ribb~nM
CIIEIILLE, BEADS, BUGLES,
COLD AND SILVER BRAID,
All- the Newest Styles of Dress, Cloak and.



Together with a z|1'1,144, Iri';ely of

French- & Fancy Articless,


NEW STORE!

FRESH--DRUGS!

Genuine Chemicals!!


Imported and Domestic Perfumeries! The Steamboat Landings,


B. A. COACHMAN,
FORWARDING &- CO)MMISSION
MERCHANT AND GROOMK
FERNANDINA, FLA. _
SPECIAL attention given to RECEIVrKu
and FORWARDING, and Sale of COTTON
and other Produce.

Dolner Potter & 6o..,... 1New' 'Vk.
Richard Lathers,. ....... do.
E; Robbins and Bradley, do
$ohn Fraser & Co.,.... ..Cburlestov, S.C;'
D. L. McRay ........... do..
Gilliland, Howell & Co., ,,do.,
Felix Livingstoni,... er'ndfif, Fiji
A. If. Cole, .....;. ;' do.
QCo. W"'~'i.;;;:. b
M. 8; Perr;;.;..fenr~,Fa
Vernandin6., Flit.,' April 7, 1858-4y


AWedtJ N T) .IJ CM


BIRTH -DAY PRESENTS,
At Wholesale and Retail.
ITOrders for all kind., of Embroideriass, Tra-
cing, Ac, will be promptly attended to.
E. P. C1JY L EH '1
23,8 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Dec..I1 611


GEO. DEWSON,
ATTORNEY AT- 1iAW,
fERNANDINA, FLA.


X-C--> AND -0X7I a- 3

T HE subscribers would respectfully inform
their friends and customers, that their now
Stock of

Hardware,
TOGETHER WITH A FRESTI SUPPLY OF
14 A M I Lj V
GRO0C E RIES8
IS NOW OPEN FOR THEIR INSPECTION.
Having determined ts> give our entirefitten-
tion to the above branclic' of 'business, we feel
confident, that we enn sell' anv article in our
line, as low as it can be boutlht in Charleston or
Wo. respectfully Invite IlI,- i t.n of buimld-
ers v; our ttvek,-a.Gd wil1 1 i-zrv *'i t pie:,sore ir
soohing our Goods.N1 .*-.*'*";kig
1;Li-\.XAl;L- &-.BURR.
Fernandina, Oct. 20 J. 22 tf
P ESURVING K.!S3TLUS1-A few
"extra quality, at`
Oct 20-tf_- IfERNARD ABRRS
ur v'c"miplete assortment of Table and Pocket
Cutlevy, Scissors, &-c., to be found in the City, is
ait BERNARD & BUER'S.
Oct 20 22 tf


I. W. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FERNANDINA, FLA.


WM. M. LAWTON & CO.q
fators and General Coimmision Mereiaats,'
Z N. 13 SOtJT1:111* VVIIABF,
charleston, 8."M
Wx. M. LAWTOMi it. W11lNtrROURT Elm,';
wilKBons LAWTON, JR
Cotton, IH'des, Ac., will be received and for,
warded by the different Forw&rding Houses e
Fernandina. and Jacksonville. .
Sept. 15, '7 : '.' 17.l


T. T, LONG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
FERNANDINA, FLA.
WILpractice in Jlic Superior Courts of
W Lf!1'*!U., Charlton and Camdem, Georgia
.,r 'Pi;' .\ 4 Alachua., Columbia, Natsau and
:*!,:' i, yrai-da,,mch. 17 -l

T. A.MJDON EJLlL
ATTORNEY AT IW
GAINESV12>E, FLA.
October 13 :l

JAS. B. DAWKINS,.
ATTORNEY AT ILAW,
GAIlMCVILIXS, .A. %&
Petober 13 ,' ly

A. A, TRIAU.LDEN'.-"
ATTORN]EY AT L1AW.


0OFFPI CE in the Court Houises, Gainesville,
Alachua County, Fla. j,'-ifuly 21.9'- ly


C. 0. BERNARD .............. -H. 0. R R.

BERNARD &'.BURR).


ROYAL1

..-HAV'ANA -LOT1TERY!
The next ordinny drawing of the RyMf-'
na Lottery conducted by the Spainish Gover.
ment, under th'e supervision of the Caiptain Gen-
erad of Ctuba, will take place at Havana,
THURSDAY, MARCH 22,!'60.

360,000 Dollars!
SORTIE NUMERO 633 ORD1NARIO!

CAPITAL PRIZE $100,000,
1 Prize of 100,CO coo so l'lX(j'
I .. 50.000 60 500
1 11 30.000 1153 400
1 $1 20,000
1 < 10,000 2Arxrations 8,800
4 Approximations to the $100,000 of $600 each'
of $400 to $50.000; 3 40O to -30,000 ; 4 of $400
o .620,000; 4 of $400 to $10,0. 0.
'Whole Tickets $20 ; H1alves $10;
(Lnart ers $3
Prizes cashed at sight at 5 per ent discount.
*Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon a? the re-
sult becomes known.
W3fCommunications addressed to DON ROD-
RIGtJEZ, (care <-t City Post, Charleston. S C
intil the 22nd of Marea, will be attended to.


VER),",IFiGnEir-

THIS GREAT SOUTHERN
REMEDY
FOR destroying WORMS in Children, is no
FPatent or Quackh poisonous nostrum-Spigelia
(Pink Boot) highly concentrated. with addition
of mild Cinthartics and amti-Febyrifuge Roots and
Herbs, formed into a very pleasant Syrup.-
Obviating the necessity of large doses, and fol-
lowing with purg;z tives, which it is difficult to
get children to Lake.
This Worm Medicine is powerful, safe, and
pleasant to take, ihe dose being small. It is
,just the VU or Medicine that has iong beeni wan-
ted by the public.
'.yt-ee -Directions on the Bottle.!S
PliEPAKR.D ONLY BY
!IHOS. M'VMILLANf
APOTHIECARtY 11ALL,


PROVISIONS!

THIE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RESPECT-
FULLY inform the citizens of Fernsfidina
and surrounding country) Abt~t thoy have just
.opened a _

A MD


E. I. PlIefARDS & Co.q
Feeeiving, ad Forwardini 3Eerchants;
CBDAR KEYS, FLORI)a.~
April 28. .. ji,


NOW IN STORE!
.1 F7' have just received by the "'Barque F.
AAV ..MEANS,"
400 bushels Egyptian B 'lack Oats.
600 do. super Dark and White Oats.
10' do. Seed Rye.
25 barrels 1uper Fine Emior.
5'0 do. Extra Family Flour.
"100 do. Super Irish Potatoes.
10 do. Onions.
10 do. Apples.
1000,11)s. BUTTER.
400 lbs. CHEESE.
-15i0 Ibs. LEAF LARD.
35J1 Bales Hay.
504 Ibs. BACON.
20001lbs HAMS.
25C Pairs Extra Negro BLANKETS ;
AND A H RArY STOOK OF
fClothing, rurniturel, KerseysB, Oenaburgs,,
Brogans, &oc., &c.,
All of *which will be sold
VERY LOR- FOR CASE['
Or, in Exchange ./or Cotton.
BROOME A THOMPSON.
Oct. 20 22 tf


AI'MILLAN'S 11AIR TONIC

THiE is one of the best Preparations in
use, to prevent the Hair co~ininq. out, and
cleaning the Head 'WnDandruff, and pro-
moting& the growth 1-311 the Hair.

D I RE C T10NS.
For prevventing t he Hair falling owt, use
it every morning, and w ash the head well
two or three times a day, until the skin
is irritated.
To keep off Dandruff and keep the Hair
soft and silky, use twice a week.
PREPARED BY
THOMAS M'MILLAN,
APOTHECARY HAEIL.
Fernandina, Fla.
Feb. 23 39 .3t


Grocery Storej

SECO-D-SREOT

where will be constantly oht hand the fol lot ing
articles, vit:- Flour, Bvtcon, *Poik, Fish. Pota,
toes, Onions, Teas, Sugar,' 64iffbe, Cheese, Butter,
Lard, Soap, Candles. Syruip and Vinegafr. Also,
Liquors and real Havatfa' Segars, anDd other
things too numerous to menftion. CounUy orde rs
promptly afttended to.
Tormo Casn. JAB. Ji HEELL*& BVBR0


,GENERAL

LAND AGENCY
FOBR THE


,,FINE WHISKEY.
M ESShS. TAYLOR, BECKHAM & CO will
Keep on hand a supply of SOU TH ER N
--'~WHISIKE Y, from 2. to 5 years old, made at
Summerdean Factory, Via. All persons wishing
the same, wilt apply to them or to the under-
signed, at Fernandina.


BROOME & THOMP30N
HAVE RECEIVED A BbAUiTIFUL AS-
SORTMENT of

Ladies" Dre-ss Goods


&::;6R E M 0 T A L .j^
FLORENCE MIASKOSKIP;
C.WATCHMAKER AND JEWELBK;X
S~lsX. Fernandina, Fla. vn
T HE subscriber has removed his shop to the
residence of Capt. Burnai, opposite the Rail
Roaid Depo't, where he is prepared to repair
WATCHES. CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY
In a workman .like manner, and on the most rea-
sonable terms. All work warranted if well
iised.
IOLD GOLD and SILVER, t ken ipexchange-
for work. :ept.. 1?, 'S9-ly

rq C> LWX C4sf
SIX weeks after date f will app-ly i6 the' Eion
SJudge nf Probate, of Nasadu County?, for L'et-
ters of Ad.1ministration. d4 bobiiis hon,o' nthe' Ea-
tat of James Bessanti late of pal. C pv .n 1 y, de-
ceased. NAq HANIEL; V OGTE.-
peb 2 36 6w*

&. 3MHOHELL, M. D.,

Physician anAd Surgeon,
RESPECTFULLY offers his Professional Ser--
Mricas to the inhabiftantg or ST., VARY'S,


EMPLOY Ml NT!


$50 TO $100 PER MONTH 1 !
AN energetic young man is wanted in each
section of the South and West, to act as
aglent in an easy and useful business, by which
thle above wages mny certaiinly be realized.-
JV Theret is no 1 "humbug h'cre._JOQ For ful
pilrticula-.-s, terms, &c., address (inclu--iinsg stanap
to pay ret.'irn postage) W. R. TERil- ,
Jan 5-32 tf Rockingham, N. C.


Administrator's Notice!
ALL, persons indebte d to the estate of J. J.
*Ag mallw~ood, late of Waldo. Fla., deceased,
a' ^re requested to'make immediate payment; and
those having claims against said estate, are re-
quested to present them -duty Authenticated,
within the time prescribed by lavr,
WM, C. TEMPLE, Adm'r.,
Mar. 1-40-tf" Waldo, Fla.


CONDITION POWDERS


AN.EGV-Q, C.ifL, named 1VIATTLDA, |
aot20 yea'ri of age, dark oomplex-liw
ion, =ih blewiisli in -w,' fcye. She form- j~
erly belonged LO W. Clark, Gainesville, Fla,
A-Rewrardlo4,115 will be paid for her'doltiivrr,
or if stolerii ft00 for the thief'. She it R% nOWI ow-
ed by -, H. WIESTBEBQ 4 CO.,
Feb 23-39-tf xewnswr U'e


DR. D. P. CUTCHIN
0OPFERS his Professional services to the citi-
zenm of Feruandfila and adjacent country.
D~r. C. will be found at Dr. Cohen's Drug Store
du ring9 the day', arid. at Ade Pioneer Hotel at
might. tob. 16z38-4ff


The State of Florida-.Nassau CoU44'
Spring Term. 5Ruamnne^c George W. CftU ,
vs. >Petition foTr jotitial,
Steamer Everglaie.
TO0 Arthur 7$ Co~bran, S.. Rpeedq)n., 14.
Treseott, Cooper &j Frazer, Colin Lightbody,'
Hanokel, Tuano &. Co.., and Robe rt Atu ir -1:9
are hereby nwtifled- of the filing of the. abovqPe
_Wi '^-h Yirt~ion of the Steane' Ev qgad,
%nd __a th etitioner will move the said CQUIO
v't Vlic _,pring Tenp thereof, for the iippointmenk
%f. Voimai~sionere, to divride: the qame under h
Iwluto in suiea. cases made. and provided.
FLEMING, LONG IlUTLBKt,


CASH ADVANCES
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I II II I I I II I I I I I .. I '" I lll T I ". ,r .... I f J II I II I I III II II I I 'il 1 1 I II IIoIm


CHARLESTON ADVERTISEMENTS.


-----------0n


NEW SCHEDULE.

U. S. MAIL LINE.
FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH.

STEAMERS







--AND--
ST. JOt T,&

Eeive Soav. nr,.h, c .eL4 rf .i T;-TI I AyY and
!- 11Y \ Y"J. mnnn a1 h,.llI.|.!." l 9 ,,'clock,
Ihe r-el lr..n -Ik;I,:,,er, ST MARY'S--Capt.
JAS. FREEBORN.
The favorite Steamer, '^T. JOHN'S--Capt. N.
KING.
Leave Savanna'a regularly as above for Pa-
latka, East Florida, touching at all the principal
landings.
They will arrive at Fernandina, every Thurs-
day and Saturday mornings, in time to connect
with the Trains going-West.
D/eturning they will leave Fernandina every
Friday and Monday aff ernoon after the arrival
of the Trtin, and arrive at Savannah every Sat-
urday and lnesdaty mornings, cinnecting with
he Steamers leaving Savannah, Saturday and
Wednesday, for New York and other Northern
ports, and Steamer Gordon for Charleston and
hail Roads 1Eorih and West.
These-Boats have been n uilt expressly for this
Route ; are comma-rnded by careTut and experi-
enced Captains, and have large and elegant
State Room atle m iir I'.,i I'.,i P nrgers.
]For farther p i..-,lfrs 0 inu e ,.f
CLAUPiRN & ?I:'^"IN,;I[AM,
Agents, Savannah.
TAYLOR, BECKR1AM, A CO..
Agents, Fernandina.
The Boat leaving Savannah on Friday, will
stop at Darien, going and returninug
July 14, 1859. 8 tf


.Z. 3ELL k -:3 E ]X.



CEDAR KEYS MAILS,
STAGES will leave Archer on the 1st, or 2nd,
12th, I6lh and 26th, of each month, op. the
arrival )>f the Cars from Fernandina.
4RRIVE aL Cedar Kt.ys nest jay.
CONNECT up tho Ist and 16th, with Steamers
bound to Tanpa, Key West and Havana: and
on the I 2th and 26th with Steamers bound to
St. Marks, Apalachicola, Pensacola and New
Orleans.
RETURNING, will leave Cedar Keys on the
arrival of the Havana and New Orleans
Steamers,
ARRIVE at Archer ne.Nt day by 6 A, M., con-
necting with Cars to iernandina,
J. H. McGINNIS, Contractor,
E. H. RICHARDS, & CO.,
Agts, Cedar Keys.
Sept. 16 tf


In any qwatithies, f)r whieh the highest price
will bepaid, in caah or rworchafdi.e We invile
a trial of our market.
December I BROOME & THOMPSON.
Agency.for Fairbanmw and Cu's., Counter and


Lime and Plaster,
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale by


Ironi 'Worisj,
NEWBURG11, .IL Y.

THE subscribers would respect-
fully announce to their frienda"'nd the pub.
lie that having recently ad.le re-I eir ets-t"
lisiiment the entire stock af TOi LS, PWT ERNS
&c., from the Highland Iron Works, they *n
prepared to furnish at short. notice -, ..
Marine and Stationary Steam Engines and At"
ers of every description.
Propeller and Propeller RL-Zll' of nl l MK
Pot)-le im EngiLo) aud E,--Q--- 1sroi z2 |a "i N
12 l,..l-;c l,,i er. I
Sugar Cane Mill find 'uynr Refining cmnin-"
Icluding Vertical at,,j flui'izonWr %fill-, f "o
Ilorse or Steam Power, f" ^ ^ '^
ors, Ladles, &c. d Use, Boil-
Grist ills for Wheat arn Ceve'n, Lb' attendt.
Machinery.
Garng Circular and Sash Saw Mijra, of Inoat mod.
e rn cons trueti on.
Brick Machinery, fur H.,rue or Steam Power.
Dark Mills and (;,:.renera, %IiIl Work for Tanners.
Wrought and Cast Iron Pipes for Stoom w-tH-
or Gas iS'
Shafting, Hiagers, Pulleys, Pillow Bl- ,-ki i--
all descriptions cf Geering. a nd
I ro n a n d B ra gs C e' ai i -: ,,feIe' v rie ty .
Wrought and Ci-,t Iro I'",dtng; for Rail Kwaj
Cars.
Artesian Well Tubes, of all sizes, with boti.,
Screw and Locket Joint..
Wrought and Cast Iron Railing for en" -';it_
randahs,&c. 11 I
All of our work will be delivered on shipboard
in New York, if required, free of any a -
charge. t.*
Being near the City of New York, and in ready
communication with all parts of the country, the
subscribers canat short notice snpplv all demands
for any description of machiner r in .i l ie7rego fu
schedule, (.n thie most reasouable terms. '
reference may be had to tMe following gentlW_
men now using our Machinery. <
Messrs. Peacock & S.i-h, lInidigon C H .
Col. J. B. Standley, N^e1 :,sil/'le, 1 h"
S. M iHull E.q Little Ri,7er, ColumlUi- Fla.. .
Men srs And I r actc&aBulloc f a s g I .
P E. oufnito ht Mie U rea sona
G Il.Mcl-ns, -
," J. M Feaster, 1
e J. G. Cameron, w t
Merssrs. Broome & Thom
will act ns our agents for t[
and keep constantly hatt
Plantation Use with I (
Mr.H.EF. Bell, or i
local'A gent for receivii
Machinery.
Any order transmitted h
above, willieceid e our ta
G. W. nAIij,
ISAAC STANTOX,
G. M. CLApPP S,
FL011IDA

T a meeting of thi
i Florida Railroaid
dins on the be at
f01lowine e re ,ut[ iontt
1 ainf%;anced to a condition ow)hich oming
co useful connection with the business of th ai
terKr, and the practicability of a suofeeland, pro
section of it to the end being reasonably do'Oil,
strafed, the Coto Pany which has thus far conduct-
ed the enterprise consider that a point has40e0a1
reached where they may hope salre omet by the
confidence and.co-operation oft(or.Planters ad
werchants of the interior. -at1
Therefore aolefd, T-Uahe Secretary be de. o
letted, otinnt o1t00 ns othe Stocks of th1-
-Company"P.incthe vsameterms asheretofra -
'to take sucha steps as mray afford t~he most cob.
lenient oppVutnit) to the inhabitants of the sev.
e'al interested couriies to take Stock.
',A true copy from the muo "
GEO. W. CALL, Soey.

in pursuance ofether w regoing resolution no. -
t iee-s hereby given that (tic boobs of ihid Cbm.
pony are permanely o1eY0 F orfdiahar










he PCiculairpaenquirwher
-subscriptions may a( e in persoATorPby
letter, the.al,,,un t o t he p nient asesement batiplf
$1000. oCth share of lOf0 00. This Company
is the o vemr t s town site..
dlar Key; and al.;o "50,0ijo acres of land, irm
party which find ,een nippraised'-at over $'2,0dbi,
000, a7Ad it is believed that a further aasesi~kenk
of froUSS 0 to SIC. 00 por share will be atiffl
Fat to, Afii the road.
ja'GE0. W. C#.LL S'x

VALUABLE

Real MEstate br Ra
THE 1"SOLANO GRA'NT", sifatied, 'thd '
TI E~ast side of the St. John's river below Pio









wileR, HUL riesdenn
ORANGE GROVE OF 500 TREES
price very low. Also"
A Valuable Pandtation G-l (3(2f40
A cres in Leon Coun i ty
in good order either with or without negroes ant "
plantation fixtures. A rare chance. For further
pa~r tiexlar s enquire of
-as;l 7 Sept. BOO8E THOMPSONT.L








PoS. AWube, flosi thi citySSRB wieth ant
Wtheoutdrge imrv ens forepale. a aerst 1


Soterlkon liberal pIicyrane o, thesetlmn, *f

Augstas nsurance a nd bei g aSouthern Coman


Till~~ ro ieod uh nza, stb. Dali.


I


.0


C


STEAMBOATS.


S" 6 ...................... 8 0
I I year .......................... 1210


THE SUPERIOR SEA STEAMERS


CAROLINA,


At uCarleston or Fcrnanaina.
.29 tt


2 1 .......................... 20
3 I ........ ................. 25
4 1 ..... ......... ........ 30
1-3 column l ......................... '40
1-2 1 ........................ 60
1 1 .........................100,


00
00
00
00
00
00


Deo 8


J. J. FLINN, Commander:
A N D


S. ADKINS, Commander.
PASSAGE AND FREIGHT
3E4.ec3LxxcecaL!


The Fort Clark Plantition

TIIIS Plantation is a portion of NiMMlt|&..
the Aredondo Grant, in Ala-iSiS i
chua County, East Florida, andC
contains

1000 ACRES;
Ote-balf of which is cleared arod in cultivation.
The improvements are NEW,. AMPLE AND
CONVENIENT-the locality good, being only
six miles from Gainesville, and three from the
Florida Rail Road, with a Baptist and Prosby:
teritn Church in the immediate neighborhood.
The character of the soil is pine land-mixed
land and hammock.
With the place will be sold. if desired, CORN,
FODDER, and the stock of
HOGS, CATTLE, &c.
g3M Persona wishing to purchase lands in Flo-
rida, will do well to examine the abore place
before investing elsewhere.
j^VI. Z Fetner, on the plantation, will show
the lauds, &c., to any one wishing to buy.
B*'For further particulars enquire at this
Office Nor. 3-24-t1


Estate and Legal Notices to be
charged the same as transient
Advertisements, except Notice of
Dismission as Administrator, for
1ihich the charge shall be .......... 10 00
Advertisements handed in for publication,
not specifying the number of insertionsi
to be published till forbid and charged
in accordance with ,above scale.
Contract adl-rt.-eineiit payable quarterly,
advertisements for sti'angeis and transient per-,
sons payable in advance. All, others will kt
considered due when called for.
BOOK & JOB PIRINTING.
In connection with this establishment is a 9001k
& JOB PRINTING OFFICE, where every de-
scription of Printing is executed with neatnei
and despatch. Particular attention I-aid to aL)
kinds of Mercantile Printing.
WASHINGTON


Cotton taki by this Line. nt SIx'rY CENTJ
PER BALE, and all Mlerchandize at
very Low Rqtes.
IESAVE Fernandina daily, (?MH|.dv< excep-
UtAed) at 4 P. M., or iN-,b. ,,linaniv a:ter (The
arrival of ihe Mails and Passengers by ithe fl,.,
rida Rail Road.
Passengers for Wilmington, Weldon, Rich-
mond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
and Vew York, .will take the Cars of the North
Eastern Rail Road,-leaving Charleston daily, at
1 P.M., and I P.M.
TAYLOR, BECKIHAM & CO..
Dec. 8-29-3m I Agents


with a list of 6ur stock, can be had as usual gratis, on application to
S4FOGARTIES & STILLMAN,
257 King Street, corner of Wentworth,


Dec. 15-30-6m


CHARLESTON. S. C.


THOSE. McMILLAN.
11 '"


Aug 4, 1859


Purify your Blood

AND PREVENT DISEASE!
Y the Syrup of Sarsaparilla highly concen-
trated with the addition of Iodide Potassium,
combined with other vegetables and roots, form-
ing one of the most efficient alteratives known to
the Medical Faculty, in removing glandular ob-
structions, promoting the discharge of all un-
hielthy secretions, thereby restoring the system
to a pure and healthy state, and as a preventive
of dise.-o, so simple and safe, that an infant can
use it with the greatest efficacy in eruptions of
ihe skin, Scald Head, &c. also, in Hheumatic
diseases. Prepared only at Apothecary Hall,
Fernandina, Fla., by
Jan lq-3u THOSE. McMILLAN.
A iur. -affd Inlalhiblr: fur,- for Cho-


I


CAPITAL PR7ZB


TICKETS ONLY $8.00!
Halves $4.00-Quartera $2 00- Eighths $1.00.
Prices Payable in Full, Without Reduction.
Purchasers buying 10 Tickets, when the num-
bers ena in 1, 2. 3,4, 5, 6,7, 8, 9; 0, are guar-
anteed a Prize of $25,00.
Class 26, draws Saturday, Ma r. 3, '60
Class 27, draws Saturday, Mar. 10, '60.
Class 28, draws Saturday, Mar. 17, '60.
Class 29, draws Saturdag, Mar. 24, '60.
Class 30, draws Saturday, Mar. 31, '60.

26,220 PRIZES AMOUNTING
TO 271,200 DOLLARS!
Will be distributed according to the following
VP&VSt Ekvm, 1030


GEORGIA


3RZICE-: FT "OLE%0 B EBS, len, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and
Silk Robes and Plain Silks, for Evening Dresses, Embroidered and FFull Robes for Do., PI in a Bomplaints,
Black Silks. Besi Goods, Plain and Printed DeLaines, Ploin and Plaid Poplins, French Chintzes, IOLERA SYRUP, prepared from Roots and
Best English iPrints, Cloaks, Mantillas and Shawls, Ladies'; Misses' and Children's Hooped Skirts:. Iterbs, aid dwarranted purely vegetable-all
Cloths and Ca;simeres, Flannels of every variety. Richardsot's Linens, Be I Blankets and Tickings the product of the South, and never known to
fail i, curing the most inveterate cases, when
PLANTATION GOODS, f8used according to directions. It combines Tonic,
Stimulant and Astringent pri ciples. consistent
P L I, Ns, the Laws of nature in restoring the stomach
and bowels to healthy action. Prepared only at
-=--...... Apothecary flail, Firnandiaa, Fla., 4~y
Blankets, Plains and Kerseys, Brown and Pleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Plaid HIomespuns, Jan 1l-3tu TIlOS, MeMILLAN.
Plain and Striped Osnaburg-
We ....,,1,t .^,uree ,tll" inform n-r friendrsa nd thep ublic rn enovn.ttf w. keen, a t all ti,.q TO 11 OUSE-KEEPERS AND


one of the largest Stocks to be found in the Southern Country, and confidently invite an examina-
tion of it, both as regards Styles and Prices.


To be' .drawn every Saturday.
1 Prize of $70.000 5 Prizes of $500
I 1 Prize of 20,000 10 Prizes of 300
1 Prize of 10,000 20 Prizes of 1W
I Prize of 5,000 100 Prizes of 50
1 Prize of 3,0001 100 Prizes of 25
1 Prize of 2,000125,000 Prizes of 5
S Pri eS?. 1,l000
"976 Apptox'tion Prizes amounting to $18200.
20,*220 Prizes, alounting to............ .S'27 P,200
Certiflcates of Packages 10 \l)hAVL Tickets, $66.00
3. '; 1Q Half Tickets, zr,50
1 10 Quarer Tickets, 13,75
1" 10 Eighth Tickets, 6,87
A -' and which entitles the holder
ato llhe diawsqwer 825%
CO-B- NATION PLAN.
C ASS B.
Drai every y'uesday, 11 o'clock, A.oM.
r CM ITAL PRIZES,'

X C3 0001 3
78 Numbers-w*14 Drawn Ballots!
14 drawn Ballots in eaclh Package of 26 Tickets,"
1 Prize of $10S 2.0 is $1'0,000
2 Prize of 50,000 are M I In0
2 Prizes of 25,000 are 5,li:.l0IO
2 Prizes0of 20,000 are 40,000
"2 Prizes of 6,000 are 10,400
2 Prizes 6f 3,000 are 6,000
2 Prizes of 2,000 are 4,000
1 Prize of 1,000 is 1.000
350 Prizes of 2,)0 are 70,000
64 Prizes of 100 aro 6,400
64 Prizes of 80-are -. 5.120-
64 Pr.zes of S9, '60are 3,r,-1
128 Prizes of 159 are 6,4"0
5,504 Prizes of 32 are 176,128
28.224 Prizes of 16 are 451,584


Dec. 15-30-6m


PAINTS, CILS, BRUSHES, ,3EE'S"E
EL A. Ei SS AIfNEE
r[HtEYlha~ve the ft+,110llowin- dvanta-esi'over all
xppr it 7 TP9 V90 others:--They ~eno0 ,ads to, Ikeep nor-
On the most reasonable terms.,der, no bobbins to wirkd; no0t'n-ling or wva..te of
threald ; no oiling thel thread or work; no toot
NO. 60 KING STREET, cheststocked with wrches, pliers, pickers,
*, 1'wi, &0., &o
(LATE IIAVILAND'S), The diirections are shiple, easily understood,
ri I I and easily explained by the instructors. There
Ht A R L E STO 0 C. is no taking apart, lea,,ning or rolling. They
' Dec. 15 30 tf require ten drops or' oil rcr- day, when in con-
stant use Thor' make no more noise than a
COMPOUND FLUIDT XT) t"T OF co ..mon clock, even when martin fifteen hundred
st itches per ninfte They run easy--a child
Farsaparilla, Qu even's Delilght, &C, I ten years old can work them tff full speed. They
SI ; run fast or slow without any danger of alternn1
.OR Purfving the Blood and removing all It- he leng or tightness. of the stitch. They wi
1 i ea es arIn g from the impurity ot the sapme, t !H ,Y Fi lGther, Bind, Stitch ano-Embroider
andldis.especially recommended for the cure o1 in so superior R minaner'th at we challenge comn-
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Ulceraton of, parison The saine Machine wil. 1ew pa,viin
the Throat and Legs, Pains and Swelling, of gause and plantation goods. The seam is elastic
HSh t e most elastic fabric, and will not breakk in
the Bones, Teller, Pimples in the Face, washing or ironing. The same Miachine runs
Old Sores, and all Cutaneous Erup- silk, linen threotd and common spool cotton, with
tions, Neuralgic Affections, cqu',1 facility. The -nt9c5.tare sjojter, nnd
.. 1i I -C.. :i, Ir.p -- er than any other high or low
---* '--- -._ -' .,',,'i, ,' h, I.. That; they are superior to all
Sffor assisting the operation rind preventing others is evident from the fawt of tlkere h1tving
fatal consequences of Mercurials in SyphiAs. been thirty thousand Machines m-ide and sold,
For the Composition of this Prep. ration. and in competition with others 'already in successful
the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's Delight, operation. The question is n- longer which is the
Physicians are referred to the 5th and 6thRNose bet maker, but. which of the numerous patterns
Vol 1, of the "Southern Journal of Mledicine of BAKER &, GROVER shall I take.
and Pharmacy."
The Stillingia Sylvatica, (Queen's Delight.) PIRICEt, } 50 TO ,9130-
deserves much more 'notice than has been be- N. B.-Orders on Factors taken in payment.
stowerI upon it. It has been used for tha last H, W. tINSI AN,
ten or fifteen years by several of our most dis- Z W. KINSMAN,
tinguished Physicians, and I believe they have Ag(r 6nt for the Rale of these Celebrated
never had cause to deny to it a high rank among 0
our indigenous medical i lirit-. (Ed -, Jour. _Sa Hl n es,
M ed. and Phar.) r n.t, 111 BV .... PAP,1..Y
.KENIFICK & SKRINE, 249 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
chemists & Druggists. doe. 15-6m D B. IIAELTON, Manager.
Sole Proprietors of the celebrated I -
PALM TO YEAST, POWDER? TJ C
For making Buckwheat and all kinds of Cake, rpHE subscribers having sold out their entire
Biscuits and Light Bread. dec. 15-ti J- stock of CURTAINS to Mr. H W KINS-


- II -


THItE subscriber keeps constantly on hand. and
is prepared to furnish- 4.
M11UMENTS, SLABS, URAVE-
STONES, TABLETS,
BAPTISMAL FONTS, &c.,
from the best of Foreign and, Americ'in Marble
MOSAIC, BROCATEL, AND TENNESSEE
MARBLE MANTLES, made to ardor
The utmost care, taken iu finishing the work
in the most perfect style.
;_1 orders received will he promptly executed
and sold at Savannah price&
VW'Silver Medal awarded by the South Caro-
lina Institute Fair, in 1157. for the best work.
NORMAN BROWNSON, Agent.
REFERS TO :
Col. A. G. Summer, Marion County, Fla,
Ex-Gov. J. E. Broome, Fernandina, Fli
Koux & Co, "4
Col H. Timanns, "" 1 :: "
Rev. Win M. Kennedy, "
Joseph Finegan, Esq., 6 ,
Nov. 24 27 tf


34,412 Prizes, amounting to .......... $1,030,472
TICKETS $16-HALVES $8--QUARTERS $4,
EIGHTHS $2.
Certificates of 26 Wholes 4250-Certificates of
26 t1alves $125-Certificates of 26 Quarters,
462.50--Certificates of 26 Eighths $31.25.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE!
That in 6rderiog Tickets, the only thing ne-
Wsary to insure safety and dispatch, is, tlyar-
son address us, in a plaiu hand, 1%... n '_your
-os, Office. County, and State, and. .'our orders
will be answered by return p Io- re
That we senil the Offiys'i Pi nted Drawing to
every patron, ihmemk]alelv after the same is
tuned, and with-6'a DIra'ing a Statement to
eac hndiv!drW.,Il of what he or she has drawn
t. rid cash all Prizes under 911,000 Immedi-
._.. r-** "' ately after the Drawing, in 6pecie, Bank Notes,
or Drafts. I -
CyAIl coImmunications strictly confidential.
.Purohaers will please write their signatures
plain, and give their Post Offine, County and


'Containing full explanations of our .chemes,
&a., will be forwarded, by mail, to any one
mending u bis name. S ,:
Address all orders to
HODGES, DAVIS & CO.,,,
NOv. 1V.'A. -MACON, GA.
ZBOOME & THOMPSON difttachment.
Svo' Sum Sworn to $194
WILLIAM IZ:'. 5Bond Filed $380
NOTICEE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF THE
.-N the institution of this suit All parnes arc
fieldby 0otihed thereof, tlint tthe3 must appear
and plead to thedeel.,ration fMiod in said case
October 13 BBOOME & THOMPSQ.,

BEEF, BEEF.
rpHE sabscribers having enjoyed a lib-rg


MAN, would respectfully solicit tor him a con
tinuation of the patronage so liberally bestowed
on them in that department.
ROBERT ADGER & CO.

CURTAIN- GOODS.
THIS STOCK THE LARGEST
11 i. I H L

COMPRISING
Brocatelles, Saten DeLanes, Lace and Muslin
Curtains, Cornices, Pins and Bands, Drapery
Tassels and Loops.

Made and pat up in the Latest Styles.
H, W, KINSMAN,
223 Kisg Street, Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 15 6m

House Keeping Articles!


J B. DUVAL & SON,
298 KING STREET,
CHAR.LESTON, S. 0.
DEALERS IN
Britannia an4 Block-Tin Goods, Table Cutlery,
Japanned Ware, Brooms, Brushes, Wooden
Ware, Plaled Spoons, Forks, &c.
HOUSE-KEEPING HAtitWARE,
OF ALL KINDS.
TIOF EWVE"YESCRI TIO,
OF EVERY DESCRiIPTION.


WA1. SUAMER.,
Pomiaria, S, 0.


Dec. 23. 1858.-'--tf


FOR THE LAST TIMEH!
ALL and every person indebted to us by Note
or Account for 1858, will do well to call and
settle them before the first of November next, as
we are in iinediate want of funds. If not paid
before th above specified time they will be
placed in !ite hands of Messrs. Daivkigs & Mc-
Donnell, foi immediate suit
RAMSEY & RAINEY.
Gainesville, Aug. 4 11 tf,


. oL eral share of the public patronage, for EM-
whieh they feel very grateful, would notify the
,.public by way of stronger evidence of gratitude,
that they have purchased OVER ONE HUN-
DRED HEAD OF CHOICE BEEF CATTLE,
and intend keeping their staliq supplied with the
cboicestfWeb h meats.
Aug. 18-13-tf LANO A CO.


JUST received at Apothecary Hall, a FRESH
assortment of G ARDEN and FLOWER
SEEDS, all of the growth of this year-warrant-
.ed in kind and good qualities.
Beets" in variety, Beans, do., Cabbage, do.,
Carrut, do., Cucumber, do., Leek--London, Let-
tucein variety. Mustard, White, Parsley, culled)
and plain, Peas in variety, Radish in variety,
Turnips, do-Ruta Baga, Yellow and White.
Herbs and Flower Seeds.
THOSE. McMILLAN,
Apotheoary Hall, Fernandina
Sept. 22 18 tf


City 3 Lots fox> Slale
TWO valuable losi in this City. Lots No 20
. ,and 21, in loc 1, I iuu'ted on the corner
-of $econid-ad Alatbhua Street- A pily to
Aug.,4-11 tf TrAYLO1, BECK IAM & CO
Copartnerslhip Nottce.
p'H:E. unrlersigned have this
,t. dy formed a Copartner.:hip for the practice
-of MEDICINE and SURGERY, in all their
J. F. LESESNE; M. D.
D. P.BEATTY, M D.
Fernandina, May W 2-. if


T HE unsettled Accounts of the late firm of
YOUNG L BECKHAM, are in the hands of
the undersigned for collection. All persons in-
debted will p~sasa come forward and settle the
same without further notice.
The books and accounts will be found at the
office of Taylor, Beckham & Co.
THOSE. C. BECKIIAM,
July 2S-10-tf Fernandina, Fla


THE citizens of' Fernmadinu a-e ir,[,,rmed that
I will deliver LUMBER of all descriptions
at the Rail Road Depot ill ]Veqjaindina, at the rate
of 814.;0O cents per thousand feet. I will
gnarantep said Lumber to bp of the very best
quality, free from all imperfections, and of uni-
form thicjiness. X will deliver the rough-edge
hlan, suitable fox out-build ngs, for Seven Dol.
rs per thousand. Cash must in ,all cases ac%
company the order. JAS. PICKLES,
July 14-8-6n Starke, Fla. R.R.


IX months after date, I will, a& AdminiStra
tor of the Estate aof Trov .T te. .i.in resat


TIX months after date we will (as Executor
I ad E;xecutrii+of the Estate of Thos. King)
present our aceunt and vouchers, to the Judge
of Probate of Nassau County, for final settle-
ment, and will at the. satm tuiM, ahk' to 4e dis8
charged ftom the admniaistrat] ofif "Estat' .
ViiRltA T. KING, Executrix.
JOSIAH. KING, Executor.
DBa. 29 6m


Dec. 15


6m


PIANOS, MELODEONS,&c.
QEORGE F. CQLE.
No. 179, Kjngost, charleston, S, C,,
INVITES the attention of pnrohasera of Pi'ss
o16 his Stock of the wide-pkowusu. perior ,td


:F1Cor 09


12,000 Acres
OF

'Xx .4k, MW 30) 4o
ON NASSAU RIVER, FLA.
NE of the best timbered Tracts now in the
country handy to water, and the greater
portion good

Turpentine Land,
accessible to vessels drawing 10 feet of water;
and also, water communication direct tb For-
nandina. Apply to
GEORGE S. SETON,


HODGES, DAVIS.& CA S.

.Consolidated


LOTTERIES.
Authonred by a special Act of the Legislature,
ror the benefit of Academies and other objects.
MAWN, GEORGIA.
STlreo P~lains

SOMETHIf.G NEW!

CITY PLAN
SSiO,O0002

FOR $1,0 0!
,Prizes Payable Without Deduction I

EXTRA CLASS!
.175 BALLLOT8-12 DRAWN XUTM19RS !'
To be drawn in the City of Macon, every
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-
day annd'Satnrdnyv Aerm,,,ni, at 4 o'clock, dur-
f* Ig t I years 18, 54& 16oo.

*,'this Clas, the holder of any One Dollar
'Ticket, if the numbers so selected should be
drawn, will.be entitled to a Prize, 'according to-
thi following.

Any $1,00 Ticket, 8 drawn numbers on it, $50,000
,'" 7 6.." 25.000
Is so" 6 61 15,00)
so"" ; s 6,000
1,000
S, 3 "200
2 30
"" 1 6
Any $1,00 Ticket with a drawn number
on it stationed to come out at any par-
ticular place, such as 57, Ist, 21, 3d,
or any other station in the drawing... 60
1 Tickets from One Dollar to any Price.
And Prize paid at the above xates per Dollar.

MERVANAN PLAN!
MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS !


STHE EAST FLORIDIAN.


I


APOTHECARY

Xa- XA_3LI..
Corner of A and Third Streets,
FERNANDINA, FLA.,
IIERE is kept Q_. ^ .
constantly on
hand a full assort- *.''^..--
ment of .- f


MEDICINES. 4"-
CHEMICALS,
&c., Ac., Ac., -^^N h~iSS
of the best quality. ==
Prescriptions put up with Care.
I
ALSO:-
Perfumery, Lubin's Extract. Colognes, Pomatum,
Hair Tonics, Soaps, i variety. Hair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, Tooth and Nail Brushes,
Shaving Brushes.
-ALSO :-
Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Burnmng Fluid, Spirits
Turpentine, Varnish, Paint Brushes, Yel-
low Ochre, Whitirg Spanish Brown,
Wlhit.e-waish Brushes-GLASS of
all kinds, Glue, Chalk, &c., &o.
A L 8 0:--Will be found constantly on hand
Landreth's Wa'rrantled Garden Seeds,
Flower Seeds and Roots, Plants. Onion Setts, &c.
ALSO:-
The best quality of Old Brandies and Wines,
Porter, Scotch & London Ales, Monongahela
Whiskey..and Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps:
Expressly for Invalids and Medical purposes.
-ALSO :-
London Pickles, French and English Mustard,
American, do., Olives, Raisins, Currant#
ard Citron. ,
Center, Table and Mantle Fluid Lamps.
Stationary, Paper. Pens, Ink, Envelopes, &c.
Almanacs gratis.


bifl)U jo EVERY THURSDAY, AT FFRNAN-
U. S. MAIL ]ROUTE. INA, NASSAU COUNTY, FLA. .
FOR CHARLESTON, S. C. TEMsa--.2. per annum in advvmse

^ .... X _-S _CAL.E Oil PRIC(ES
:L==:;----- To be charged by the Press of Florida for or-.
CS-^-^' "cry description of Advertising.
1 Square, (occupying the spanorf 12
t .fr Brevier lines, or less,) 1 insertion, $1 00-
--- -- For every subsequent insertion 5G
'-.<+e I Square, 3 months ............. ......... 5 01)


FOGAITES & STILLMAN.
0:O

SPRING &SUT MMER G00BSX

:0:
We would call the attention of our Country Friends to our large and well selected stock of


Family, Dress and Plantation Goods.



Our DPESS STOCK is supplied with all the newest and richest Styles of the Season, together
with a large assortment of

MANTILLAS, WHITE, CRAPE, STELLA AND BAREGE
SHAWLS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES & WHITE GOODS.

DOMESTIC & PLANTATI N GOODS

Are supplied as far as practicable, from SOUTHERN FACTORITES, and will be sold at the LOW-
EST PRICES FOR CASH OR SIIORTICITY ACCEPTANCE.
Our extensive assortment of Dry Goods embraces every variety and style for Family and Plan-
tation use, and will be sold at the very IfOWEST CASH PRICES. *

Miller's Almanac, for 1860,


EDUC NATION.
A LADY Us desirous of obtaining a situation
as Governess in a private family or as
Teacher in some School. She has no objectio-
to going into the country. The most satisfac-
tory references can be given. For further infor-
mation appty at the office of the East Floridian,
Oct 20 22 tf


ROBERT ADGER


SCO.


209 AND 211 KING STREET, CORNER OF MARKET,

o:0

We invite attention to our extensive stock of Goods, suitable for Family and Plantation purpo-
pases, comprising

R lun DRESS SILKS,


STATE LOTTERY
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
MONTICELLO UNION ACADEMY,
OF JASPER COUNTY, GEORGIA,
Authorized by Special Act of the-Legislature.

95828 PRIZES.
More than One Prize to every Two Tickets.
McKINNTEY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE

$60,000.
TICKETS ONLY $10.
Halves, Quarters and Eight-s in proportion
TO BE DRAWN
EACtI SATURDAY IN OCTOBER, 1859
In the city of Savannah, Georgia.
CIlss 39, to be drawn October 1. 1859.
Class 40, to be drawn Octoberd8, 1859.
Class 41, to be drawn October 15, 1859.
Class. 42, to be drawn October 22, 1859.
CHis 43. to-be drawn October 29', 1l51.
NAMA &N IF-IC ANT SOI M EE.
1 Prite...,of......$60.000...is ...... $60,000
1 .... of .......20 000... is ......._20.000
1 "i ....ol......... 10 ( .I I. i .. .. .... h) t),lO
1. ." ....of........55.000 ....i......... 5000
... I" ........ 4.0X ,,'... 16......... 4 01)(1
1 ,...,.f........ 3.0.. .. .i<...... .. 3.0,-0
'1 "' .... f.-. .< *.... .2 Oi.}1r ....' ......... *2," i.0
1 "( ... (f. ......... 1.,, .0. ......... 1.lIO U
I ,'.,.of..........1 500....is.........1 00
1 .. .f ........ 1*1lno .... is.......... .000
-5 Prizes' of .........ar......... 5000
rfo, ** ..-f............ 51"" .. ale ....... ...500
2 i .. ..o. ........400 ...- ............800
2 ...of....; ...... 300....are .......... 600
-- 2 ...of.............200.....are .......... 400
50 :.of .......... 150...are ........ 7,500
100 ...of............ 100...are ...... 10.000
100 ...-W :,........... 95...are.......9.500
100 ...of .......... \ ..85...are ........ 8,500
Approximati"xi Prizes.
4 Prizes of $2 0 Ap g to $60,%00 Prize'are-$800
4 ......150 2 0._00 600
4 i 125 l1),000 500
4 100 5'.,":") 440
8 80 I, .OIA" 640
8 i 60 ::,-'0 480
8 1 60 2,-)"0 1 400
8 40 1,50-. 320
400 20 100 \ .,-
25,000 8 k -:.u,
"25,828 Prizes amountaiqto4 ; $366,040
CERTIFCa41rS OF PACKAarS will be sold
aU t=-flowing rates, which is the- risk :
;Certificate of P'kges of 10 Whole Tickets, $t0
Scc 10 Half Tickets, 30
s 10 Quarter Tickets, 15
10 Eighth Tickets, 7.50
...nOrdtring- Tickets or Certifcates
Enclose the money tu our addlrem3lf,,r the tick-
ets ordered, on receipt of whiclh they mill i-e or
,warded by first mail. Purchasers.can ha.e tick-
ets ending in any figure they may designate.
The List of Drawn numbers and Prizes will
be sent to purchasers immediately after the
drawing.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will bo
sent ti. purchasers immediately alter the draw-
ing.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENCE.
holie who prefer not sending money by mail,
'an. *.. ... .. .
THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
whereby money for Tickets, in sums of
Ten Dollars. and up wards, 'c n be sent us
AT OUR RISK AND EXPENSE,
fromn any city or town where they have an
office. ',he Money andoorder must be en.
closed in a "Government Post office stam-
ped Envelope;" or the express company
cannot receive them.
All cimnunications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by
Mail or Express, to be directett
McUINNEY & CO.,
October S Savannah, Ga.


MERCHANTS.
T H E "undersigned ....
execute all kids '2 C ;' .''-.... '-
of TI, S. II E T WM- 0
MRON. I N and v -
COPPER W ORK, i,: 1 .61 'A
such as ROOFING & V i1T1 1,(*? --
GUTTERING hou-
SeS. mMking STOVE i'---:y^?
PIPES, and Air- .-.i-_: --
Tight BU[lJAL CA- 4AB -'L ~^ ~-
SES xVs keep also
on hand all depcrtptions of STOVES. We also
manufacture and keep always for sale, Whole-
sale and Kc14aii, every vnrie(;v of Tin Ware. and
a general aIi:sorttncnt of lIouoe-Furnishing G)0ods,
of the best quality and minterial.,
All work warranted to give satisfaction, and
all orders promptly attended to.
Store and Shop on Second Street, near the R.
R. Depat.
REMLEY & BENNETT,
Fernandina, Fla.
July 21 9 tf

^ *^-*^V 31>.% AFt 1.%, S. C.^ ''^


NURSERIES..
CATALOGUES SENT TO ALL WHO
APPLY.
Charleston Agents-Messrs- INGtRAHAM &
WE B1B
F FRUIT TREFS-APPLE, APRICOT, CHER-
. BIES, Nectarines, Peach, Pear, Plum,
Quinces, Figs, Service Trees, Ac. All the ap-
-ri.ir.vcd yariesieai.dopted to Southern culture.
hUT TIEES_-AImno1a 8E, E,.l4.1. 'V-MPnutU, o.T
Madeira uts, large fruit,..i |., sin Chesnuts,
PecanNats; allof whichh!i n eniyin ourcli-
mate..
GRAPES-Native and Forei,-,n; the best sorts.
STRAWBERRIES AND i'.\,iBERRIES--
Lawton UBlackberries, the best varieties, giving a
succcsion of fruit in the season.
EVLhII'i.EN TREES AND SHBRUS, ROS-
ES, &c.--The largest and mwst varied collection
in the South.
11EDGHE PLANTS--Osage, Orange, and Ma-
oartney RKse. far field ; ArborVitae, Priuts. Cas
sins, &c., for Gardens..
MISCELLANEOUS- Embracing a great va-
riety of Plants, Vin s and small Shrubs, as well
as Dahlias, Asparagus, and other Garden Roots,
for which see Catalogue.
DR. THOSE. McMILLAN, P. M., at Fer-
nandina, is my Agent. and orders left with
him will be promptly forwarded and filled
in such a manner as to give satisfaction to
purchasers.


ROBERT ADGER & CO.


SEWING MACIIINES!
The Perfection of Scientific Arrangement and
Mechanical Simplicity
0 IS ATTAINED BY T1IF
GROVER/& BAKER'S
SEWIViWMACHINE CO.,
4%v THFT Rr>


JOHIN KE~C.......... ..... I. A. SKRNES, Bt. D. 1

KENIFICK & SKRINI,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

DRUGS, MEDICINES,
3R a*ETXrKX 02melel5


"*FEHNANDINA
MAlHBfE WORKS
b -. .


J. E. SUARES,
282 AND 284 KING STREET.
OFFERS HIS LARGE AND WELL SE-
LECTED STOCK OF FASHIONABEE
aF'u~rnxi ure,

which he is constantly receiving by every arri-
val from the North, and principally Irom the
best manufactories in New York, consisting of
Rosewood, Walnut, Oak and Mahogany Furni-
ture; Parlor Setts, in Broeatelle, Reps se-4 Ha.ir
Cloth; also, a !arge assortment of Enamel Cham-
ber Setts; together with a general assortment,
which he offers on as good and reasonable terms
as any other house.
All orders attended to with dispatch. Goods
carefully packed for the country.
Dec- 15 tf

03 O T C> I XWT C3
FOR

Gentlemen and Youth,

A LARGE and FRESH STOCK OF LATEST
AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, of the
above named goods, at
JONES & HANABERGH'S,
'P,13 KING STR11]1ET,
[W'Next to Robert Adger & Co... -
J. C. LOAI'A, Super t,
F. C, MILit,
E. W. POOSJK'R,
Dee. 15-6m JAMES 1 NELSON.


MTlD-OOXM. W401

Your Interest!
1tE iub,,riber is now prepared
to furnish the ,citizens of E>zst
F lorila, %,th Hooks, Statios-
cry &c., s cheap as they can"
be p-ocuted in any of the So uthe rn Citie s.
ISll STOCK INCLUDES
Agri-ultu'nil, Albums, Annuals, Prayer Books,
Hymn Bo.ks, Bii.:-,raphical, Botanical, Cookery,
Diet.,naries, I-..raphical, Geology, Historical,
Ilu,,,,r-mu, Juneri;le, Law and Medicine, Me-
ch-mn;.a and -n-eitiftc, Poetry, Wozks of Fictian,
Sen-eA an.1 Oja'si.,al, Religious, Biblical and
Theolurical, O.l.. Fellowship and Free-Masonry
31AAN K BOOKS, for Merchants, Hotel
Keel.ers, C-Pnir.i.:t irs, Mill-wrights, Carpenters,
Overseers, RaIH l,, Ew .J ,.','.ndu:.ut,:.rs, Rail Road
Agentii Sch,'.ol Te.acherta and ulhcrs
i*eu,. Inks, Mucilage, &c., &c,
Baptist Booka froui Southern Baptist P. Society.
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Lutwjers.
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Fern.analina, Oct. 21 23 tf


PUMPS, PUMPS.
UST received a large assortment of the latest
approved Patent
LIFT, SUCTION AND FORCE PUMPS,
for Cisterns, Wells, R ilroad Tanks, and Planta-
tion use.
The Force Pumps are furnished with hose and
nozzles, so that by the power of one man, a stream
can be carried to any part of the largest building,
thereby forming one of the most ready and effi-
iient Fire Apparatus now in,..so.
Orders receiveh from Carding & Co's celebra-
ted Town Fire Engines. Hrmp, Rubbeor Growath-
er House, Saotion Pipes, oc.,. &e.


WANTED TO PURCHASE,
LON(r- 8TAPPlED COTTON,
,IORT STAPLED COTTON,

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