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The East Floridian
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Title: The East Floridian
Uniform Title: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)
Alternate title: Weekly East Floridian
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. H. Babcock
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1860
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 26, 1859)-
General Note: "Democratic" 1860.
General Note: "Confederate" <1861>.
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- .
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Henry Winter Davis.-Tlhe Christian
Banner, a -Baptist paper, "published at
Fredericksburg, Va., thus comments 6n
the vote of Henry Winter Davis ut- make
Mr. Penningin Speaker: "
There is uo peaceful locality for a trai.
5tor. .ecraled by heaven, seorned-by
earth, hissed',by hell's deepest damned,
with legions of ..loathing, vipers forever
gnawing at the fountain of vitality, he is
sent adrift through immeasurable _pace,
continually lashed with a' thousand scor-
pion thongs, while his awful wailings rend
the air, 'My punishment, is greater than I
can bear.".


[ NO. 43.,


tho Macon (Z",.) T1el mph.
getting on Certainties,

BY L. O'TOOLE: ESQ.

gone by, there lived in the gond
of Augusta, Ga., C51. C. and MaIj.
gentlemen of position. Tlbey
ilthy, and had considerably to do
egulations. of wank stocks, ty
C. But like a g0od many South-
elnell of 'i-l.r.,,, circumstances,
h delighted in taking-a pri-;ate
short .cards-old sledge, (iljwv
A the like. These little am use-
en drew the aforesaid gentlemen
after business hours, and noy? and
game was continued' to a late
hus matters wen', o ;n final!'. one
mst-H; ** "v^ t;f v- til -. -"I
had proclaimed Vhe hour of. mid-
ts solemn voice fell warninglv
ears of the two as they sat at
. For' a while tUey were silent,
was laid aside." At, IL1n:'h the
as broken by Col. C.
r," he said, "we are acting very
Did you ever think w}hai au evil,
moralizing effect such ` c.ourse of
is has upon the youn wvho are
up around us, who look to' us, too,
ples ? Did you hear tLiat bell ?
s that the Holy Sabbath is upon
low has it found us T"
pression of the Major'sface spoke
he felt the force of tho:rcmark.
' replied the Major, -. yo are'
I am determined to quit this
A is wrong and we both know it.
f playing we shi'uld both at thWs
period of our hies be praying;''
God knows my .aeart, if I knew
I would offers it* -witiothis reso-
d stand .by."
are speaking thi sentiments of
heart," replied tvi Colonel. "1
e prayer-one tibt I never can
no that was ta..ght men, by a
other, w'hen as a prattling boy I
it her knee. Though her voice is
is prayer comes tc me often,.very

you know a prajer ?"
said the Col.one,, "the Lord's

I'll bet you twenuy dollars tia.t
repeat it," exclaitied the Major.
the same time plantting down a
dollar bill upon the tible.
ght (,f the mimey brought back
nciples to the Colonel, and run-
hand into llj's. pocket he re-


l.in.-- ...w u :L ,,.tv dollar bill.
for the I.., -" cried out the

iloiitl 1'l.;.:a),-. [jl slow accents-

w I lay me doLn,'to sleep,
ay the Lord n_- soul to keep.l*
die before I wake,
av the Lord nn*,toul to. take."

c it up," said the Major, "take the
By you could have won a
dollars just as -easy as you did
ty."
f
ation on the Moon's Surface.
e surface of the moon are seen nu-
streaks of narrow lines, about one
in number, which appear, perhaps,
e long narrow furrows than any-
e. Sometimes h..y spread them-
n the lunar dis-c'ii straight lines ;
es they are seel slightly curved,
y case they are shut in between
atlel borders. I has ofteu beeij
1 that these furrows, the true na-
wvhich has remained hitherto un-
repr"esent tie beds of ancient
rivers, or rivers that have not
:ed to flow. Other astronomers
ey are streams of~lavy which have
united by lunar volcanos, and which
he light of the sun with more in-
than the adjaculnt regions, -M
.,a German astronomer, endeavors,
, to give them another explanation.
published "in ttie Astronomisehe
:hten some facts which tend to
at these lines are the result of a
on on the surface Of: the moon.
ng to the author. if the surface of
n be examined attentively Will& a
e'sc~ope and'a prtip.-r illumination,
over between? Ifitues or luminous
ol'telli.?iihlmoutnahn ea'il'.:d Tycho,
different other points, a quantity


delicate Iparallel tnes of a greenish
rich were not visible ;some months
the observation, pnd which disap-
fw months after, :to return ngaiu i.
per season. Theselines, which arc
than the adjacent~parts, are elearl3
alt of vegetation,; and -it is sthis
ion which makes' the sterile part
moon appear as bright luminoui
According to M. Schwabe, thesis
vegetation are more particularly)
in the very bright parts of th,
which are circumscribed by thi
ins Hipparcus, Albategenius, Wer
Ooler, Maurolycuc, Gemma-Frisiuc
:nini, Catherina, Aboufada, Regio
ius, Hell, Gauricu8, WurzElbauer
s, and Count Wilhem,
The Photographic News.

2geon Repudiate .-The. Superin-
Baptist colportage in Virginia, ha
ted the book agent of the Sunda
and Publication Board (T. <
of Richmond,) to send back all tb
of Spurgeon's sermons ordered fc
olporteurs, and now on hand.
WhI.- im1t .he, tifn.a--'lhbra ai


A Word to Girls.


2 r ---------- ~rusla ~I --~- -I I I rr


Will he be Home To-night
jL ,SoUot the --Old Love at Home."

t BY L. VIRGINIA FRENCH.

tfhe light, fades out from the purple hills,
The woodlands .aye .turning brown,
On rock ond river,,and nituical rills,
The.shadows are coming down.. +
A faint blush lingers along the sky,
And over the mountain's height-
Ob.I speed dark hours like swift birds by
^"S. for he must be home to-night !

See nestled soft in *c"' slwwy beds
0orwU1 7t&he fire-light glows,
Peor out three golden and curly heads
And cheeks of the richest rose.
The board is'spread with its dainty cheer,
The tapers are all alight,
My flower's in bloom--but-can this be
fear 7
Oh r will he come home to-night 7.

M1 ro' dyes are bright-is't because they see
"And" mirror with faithful shine,
The stars of Love thouisilt bing with thee
In thosevoft dark eyes of thine?
A .l the golden gleams. liko(,the-.sun on
.- ...~s,. "' .....
And the floating fancies light; t
That will dance o'er my heart in its glad.
some dreams,
If thou wilt come home to-niaht 7

My check's aglow-is't because I'm drest,
In his fancy's favorite hue 7
C uine tell me, Ehse, do I "look my best"
In this robe of the richest hue ?
Is nmy hair in the way he loves, you know,
Is the fall of the ringlets right.
Do you think me vain ? Ah it is not so--
But-ihe will be home to-night ?

"look well," you say ? 1 am glad the whie,
And I hope he will note the glow,
.And the lighted eye, and the sunny smile,
Which charmed him-so long ago.
k know that my summers are passing away,
That I'mi not as beautiful--quite-
But I know what he'll say, with his smile
so gay, .
1 if he should come home to right.

Yes-I jhink he'll come : o'er the crimson
** keys
Of my heart doth a music swell,
Like the soft, sweet chiming of distant seas
Through the folds. of a lonely shell :

And somethingMtl's neither of earth
'", nor air,
t"+ But endowed with an angel's might,
Hlias met my spirit and whispered there,
"*Uest! he will be home to-night!"

Oh God be thanked who has kept him
safe '
In his wanderings wild and wide;
And guided him back like a precious wai
Astray on a stormy tide.
Ha! there's the train! with signal shrill
0 Oh4 dark hours sped your flight!
QhJ| ul.rji>pu-oh! heart be still-

ores, 10. ?"
Seven Seefis in a Rowd)'s History


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+The buv-named karricter,
Does En histime play many curus parts
S/' At correspo4ndm ages. Fust a Sucker,
O S- Ppearl and rembunkshus in his mother'

And thet&.- rsy Youngster, with his claim
shell .
Crammed with tenbacker. swearing all th
way
To nearest common skoU,;-.iiAnd then th
Short Boy, ,
AIo a-chawin of his joocy salad"\
And minal like*a furniss, Then --pelr
chain ^
A Fillibuster bairdod like a go fe,
Full of gin c,,ck-Lail'm and ofbrandyj-slingE,
Traipin by moonliti'carryin revolvers,
Or praps a haWe brick in sutockin slung,
Ifr spring-back nife, and reddy to "go in
And "make a muss" at corner groceries,
Disturbin the perleece, And then a Loafer
ium soaked and raggid, shufflin throo the
streets -
Full of bad thorts, wult'y and dangerus,
"Andso he gits"played out." Then See
S the.Sixt-
Mabbee. tha Toms a-waitiifg for his tryal
W4%houtA shyster frond to puL him throo
.Wase he'li nary brad. The bitter eean
Oftheronfrrnit Rowdy's History
Ifen eesler be imagieud than described-
N yix funds, nix friends, nix hope ; nia
everything. ,"- ,-, ; .

The Actual Part of a Life Employed
A Frenchman" has taken teh. ir,,ubl ti
calculate the portions of a long 1:-&aI!1
--- 7 7enip oyein ivwrk of any-i,-d-"aind tlfisl
the result.'. He supposes hiA subject to b
a hale, vigorous man of severty-two year
of age,:
Allowing'eight hlturs on an average fo
Bleep-,-that deducts at once twenty-fou
years. ,
For dressing\ and undressing, on rising
and going to bhd, washing, shaving, etc
half an hour.'daily, makes one and-a-ha
years.
Two hours daily meals (this is an exce
of one-half for Americans, who bolt food
,ouelnt up six year,
Love making!, according-to this calcul
lin, will average one hour daily, ror thr
years,
For society, idling, theatres, gossiping
balls, plays-three hours gach day-up
nine years,
Finally, the ordinary maladies of chil
hood, the. accidents and diseases of matui
age, like causes,-will deduct two hours
'- an average, making six years.
:o; thattJ conclusionsx, one hale, hear
ipn of seventy-two years has, in faot, n
been able to employin the positive oc<
actionn of industry, more than twenty-tv
Uada-haif, year,


ii *


"i


Circulation of Helper's Boo '*
We learn that the number' distribute -
up to the present time is about 143.000
copies, which includes both. the fifty cent

,paper edition and the one dollar edition.
Its publisher expects, however,/to sell aa :
many more before November. and that in
this manner "its circulation will exceed
( ven that of Mrs. Beech ".USio_e's "Unde- o -
u'rur's 1.abin.'" m A majorily.Y.of the. orders.
"for the book hhave come fror.' New York
and New England, and the number of
copies sold in both the latter localities far :
exceeds the number sold in all '|hfe 'other r
States combined. Immense quantities of
the book have been sent to' Philadelphia
a'nd Boston, and- the orders from those
cities are &till p,:,uring in at a rate that taIi

diminished but little since their commnencee2
ment,. In the 'West, the demand "for the
work was not equal to tbexpeIl attins of
the publisher. He attfitu'teg this* to a
scarcity of money there, owing to the
winter and hard times, but has 'hopes
-when summer returns and work is plenty
that the sale of the bobk .will be largely
increase, aided, as it must be, by the ex- ,
citement attendant upon the Ticsidential
campaign. About two thousand orders
from the South have also been filled; but
the publisheothinks that th, -pur
chased the book, did so mnore kfougr,&
curiosity to sec it than from any other .,.,.

p_ I ry success lo all e,,nnected with it,
and in more ways than one; far not only
has it Wcen a most lucrativ@ speculation
by Uself, but it has also increased the
sale of many other Works-some 'of.themi
of a like.nature-issued by !he same pub.
lisher. When the office of publication in
this city was first made known through
the Columns of the Herald, (hie number of
c.pice retailed.singly at the counter aver.-
aged one hundred and fi.fty.pgriday,.and
this quantity, only decreased with thoe
trade orders began to come in. ;. .
Such are the, exertions that are, being
made by the republican party to propagate
the political gospel according to St. Hel-
per-a book that stimulates the, North,
.and-the slaves and non-qlaveholding whites
of the Southern StateR, to arise-and over-
throw the slave labor institution by fair
means or by foul, even if necessary by fire
and sword. This book has been endorsed
.by Mr. Seward and sixty e:;ht members
of Congress; and..yet when they are ad-
dressing cuhsvrvativw audiences, some of
the republican &l.11,6 pretend 'that Jit i1
no part of the republican .creed to inter-
fere with slavery in, the Southern States.77.
N. Y. Herald,

Three Men Ruined by one Lottery
Prize.-A man has ten chances of being
struck by lightning to one ofdrawing a prize '
in a lottecyy, and all experience shows that
the drawing of a prize, when such 4a rare
event does.occur, is the worrst/event that
can befall a man. A striking illustration
of this fact has just occurred in New Or-
leans; A young man, who hadldst all his
money at a gambling table, staked a lot- *
tery ticket at his last throw, snd lost it.
The winner of the ticket, haring. no cen-
lidlence in lotteries, proposed t6, throw


Puto Nihil HuMranum Aliennm a" Me.


^f'S7Y MARCH 22. 1860.


[ TERMS:--TWO DOLLARS, IN ADVANCE.


/


[From the I-'ajiite.
Signs of the Times.
A mighty change has come over Europe
since the French revolution celebrated its
first triumph. Despots have become con-
stitutional rulers, the nobility and clergy
have lost most of their dominion and pre-
rogatives, the peasants have been redeem-
ed of their ignominious serfdom in almost
all parts of Europe; mechanics, merchants,
artists, and scholars have occupied a prop-
er sphere; public opinion and the press are
the great lJvesr in public movements; com-
morce and rli~l,.V are the nervils 'veremi of
the governments, and cosmopolitan ideas
are operative everywhere, working out all
entire revolution in public I'-..rr-1,1-.11t.
Also, we have profited nihi by this re-
volution. The Israelities of France, En--
iaiiu, uioTiaiid,*, iditm, i.'L'+:ii;,;., b.i..'.-'i
en, Prussia, and other German pr..,vin-].'.-
Sardinia, Lombardy, Central Italy, and
Turkey have been- reinstated into their
rights of man. Having heen granted full
scope of development, our brethren advanc-
ed rapidly in all moral and mental im-
provements, and occupy now a position in
the world as once in Palestine, then in


The Captain and hiisth d.
Of this old ballad of the tempest, by
James T. Fields, one can never weary.-
There is a something in the little d. ghlf
ter's whisper above all human philosophy :

We were crowded in the cabin ;
Not a soul would dare to sleep ;
It was midnight on the waters,
And a storm4vas on the deep*,,,
'Tis a fearful thing in winter
To It shattered by the bas t.
And to hear the rattling 1iiUmil..t
.Thunder, 'Cut away the mast!'
So we shuddered there in silence-
For the stoutest held his breath-
While the hungry sea was roaring,
And the breakers talked with death.
.* ,. -.+ **--- -* / *. ,' *
As tls wre sat in da>iknesq,
Each On,:' 111Vy with his praycri;,
'We are lost!' the captain shouted,
As he staggered down the stairs.
But his little, daughter whispered,
As she took his clayey hand,
'Isn't God upon the water,
Just the same as on the land ?'


.'A *


BY WM. H. BABCOCK. ] Sum Homo et ]


VOL. I. i FERNANDINA, FLA.


What Divers Meet With Under Water. Woman's jenera u, Froum
When the vessel bh-, eottl1d down ia .... If" women have one weakness more Be
Baard- rotbtom, it is "preserved for many marked'than man, it is toward veneratioi"
months from breaking up ; and its position They are born worshippers--makers of
may be miuch the same as it would be silver shrines in some divinity or other,
when floating in calm water, if it be not which of course they always think fell in days
tilted over by any under-current drifts. -straight down from heaven. The frst ol c ty 0
The light, o course, depends a good deal step toward their falling in love with an P., both
upon the depth, and upon the nature of ordinary mortal is generally to dress him were weal
the bottom; trot where there is no chalk out with all mannerr of real or fancfed su- in the re
to give a milky thickness to the water, the priority ; and having made him up, they bonds, &c
diver pursues his work in a kind of gloomy worship him. Now, a, truly great man, a erM gentl
twilight. By the aid of this he can see man really grand and'noble in art and in- they bolt
and feel his way round the ship, but when tellect, has this advantage with women, game of
he ascends to the deck, and winds down that he is an idol ready made to hand ; poker anl
into the principal cabins, he finds every- and so that~cry painstaking and ingenious ments oft
thing pitch dark. and has nothing to sex have less labor in getting him up, and togetherr a
guide him butjiis hands. This is the most can be ready to worship him on shorter th en the
difficult, and yet the most frequent labor notice. In paftieular is this the case hou'. Tt
fi n C a s 1 0 uct iir9'-- t i < I ; . b : ,g wv i e r c a -s a c r e d . .. a ni a m y i ,a ? ,it y
that in a large vessel, where the cabin promacy are added to the intellectual. cl be
b stairs are deep, -and the cabins long and Just .think of the career of celebrated night
broad, lie may get his air tube twisted preachers and divines in all ages. Ilave upon thd
round some unfamiliar lpr..jecti,,ion, and so they' not stood like the image that '"Nebu- the table
squeeze off his support of life from above, chadnezzar the King set up," and all the deck
In positions such as this he requires all his womankind, coquettes and flirts not cx- silence wa
nerie and self-possession, all his p1Jw,.1 of cepted, been ready to fall dwwn aud wor. "jor:
feeliuig_ his Way back in the .exact road ship, even before the sound of the corotet, wrong.
that he came. He may have got the, pro-- flute, harp, sackbut and-so-forth Is not what a de
cious casket to which he Ihas been directed the faithful Paula, with her beautiful face, life a%'th
in his arms; bat what of that if he ie prostrate in reverence before poor, old, growing u
before he can reach the stairs ? The cold, lean., haggard, dying St. Jerome, in the for exam
helpless masses that bump against his most splendid painting of the world, an lt tells us
helmet, as they float along the low roof emblem and a sign of woman's eternal us, and hi
over his head, are the d>..?'.u.i,-d corpses power of self sacrifice to what she deems T1e ex.
of thoac ewt, u were huddili, together in the noblest in man ? Does not Richard Baxter for him, h
cabin when the ship went down. A few tell us with delightful single-heartedness, "ell,
of these may be on the floor undqz his feet, how his wife fell in love with him first, right, and
but only when pinned'down by an- over- spite of his Ione pale face, and how she habit. It
turned table or a fallen chest. Their ten- confessed, dear soul, after many years of Instead of
e dency is ever upward and the remorseless married life, that sli had f(und. hint less advanced
sea'washes away the infant from its dead sour and bitter than slhe expected. The and now,
mnutier's armsj*the dead wifu forom the fact is, wornmen are burthened with fealty,' a prayer I
dead husband'semnbrace. If the wreck be faith, reverence, more than they know lutiont an
n in the channel, the small crabs are already what to do with. They sand like a hedge aYon *
beginning to fatten on their prey. The of sweet peas, throwing out fluttering ten- my own
dives disengages himself from this silent drils everywhere for something high and know oue
s crowd, bond ascend the welcome stairs to dry to climb up by, and when they find it forget-o
the deck. The treasure he has secured is be it ever so rough in the bark, they catch sainted i
I hauled up into the attendant diving boat upon it. And instances are not wanting fondled al
and he turns again to renew his work. Ile of those who have turned away from the silent, thi
seldom meets with an accident under -flattery of admirers to prostrate themselves often."
water ; never perhaps with death, and the at the fleet of a genuine 'hero who never "V hat.
chief risHl he runs is from getting some woo them except by heroic deeds and the "Yes ,
heavy piece of ship lumber overturned on rhetoric of a noble life. Prayer."
n his long train of air-pipe. Even in this he The Minister's Wooing '"Why,
feels the sudden want of air, gropes his Paradiso-Where Located. andat' 't
way back to the obstruction, removes it, I a -
if sigrali in his companions to bb raised, and The authorities usually quoted to sus- twenty dc
rea s ,th bt e e a a l'rd tain the supposition that Paradise lay The si2
reaches the boat exhausted and -alaribed, 1, >i"0 val-- fistpr
1, but not so much so as to give up his place Altrethedi m nsme of the enchant p
o leysot Iindoostmi, are numerous and no- ning his
in the trade. 0 -'
....earn _,MSt take ,th f.m of ted. "u yhus amr g the oldest antique- marked
i t S alrnal ., .,u n ,s ,tt y .v e tnc r u .f oi. "^ ,, . -


'the hi pgahet prizes it is possible for heue l 0 in i f to spo h i1-
win. _e ayhi stable always have theo n sit upon tha distrt e t more nforui, w aIthe ". g Uv
honor Io If pro-dlbiur suechboiad and dex teri an nea tl; enchanting vales through
ous men as plentiful s sheyhas hrithrto whicul Gangts runs, as the veritable y.
done. and may they have the wisdom to, -t oi which Parcadise stoold. The Acesm- h pr
keep whbrntat they ge,- thesp Year Rig oi ne ran its streams throuah this chosen tf I
e o district of Becanus, and Lte Indian fig tree I pro
's Popaatin Frit rees '' fluuis ;,,i iti fields to support his affr-



wth aChinese hv iglrmto of mattnOe hiis s oly Wrtmade the mselvides apron'ws. The On gtve
pndc po agsatin friress.Te y co t iparinin water s Isndo elon, Ato this been poined atc mornsy.
r fbr, bu and hainch ol in the idtt ,fom jusidige a is cmol aldb the sieo aaieMnvrous tken hundred
....earnogh brach it the waprigrop slowlyear.ofAdamns pAdamsec aruit"pranrd' inslae r the more nk
the bpla os eathen surruder wt h ke *acn traditioeo'yehbtda pcmns of the eole.I oy.-V'at hng e
e, ofrihan th-oi r lotam spigound trom the limb natderia d with w shich~ la- ta the sdmadE e lve on
witranpicheus aofe mthting, aOv ner this is Eus- ho rite wadetherePrdselves apons. Thae sOmetm
beddasall vefe eontthn wh]etyr andsperIsand ben o dfficeyln too fac hastee patofIntdiat ineeryu
Sout. haIng athoe auun, the iboto jns t lf argdCahee as the sieo aaiexacd spots toinwhc stf pared
j-s belpw ttoi allet4~ thenwe drpslauwly outo Adam' apreseEe aorfeitreeed" aigh tohie suposedlk

bratnthe tise aoe the falin,O a enth e la.the Elisuphrats waereart-adie, bing. w uld ture sofeim


e 'fullowing-year this small ree produces the Indians have their-Paradise. For an know,
fruit+. .. : extent of 'forty m iles around the spot dried -up
Come Rest in this Bosom.--One of the where the city of Allahabad stud>s, at yet ceas


n fullest bosoms of ancient or modern times, the confluence of the Ganges and Jumna.in'niv ni
says the Boron lera*M, was exhibited at the Indian Eden is shown to strangers, and been- vo
11 the 'first station lasteve.-in, when a -w,:>. confidently pointed out as the Sacred Gar- reflect th
0 man, who had been picked up drunk on den' in'which man first grew from his Ms- tensity
d the side-walk, was brought in.' There was ker's hands. S Schwabe
,, .,,however
a n u u u su a l fu ln ess in th e reg i on u .. h e r y ll'S L O Ve : He h as
Sboi X was not nature's handiwork, and volun- "A Paris letter Kays Pagniani, the artist Nachritc
tarily dihe commenced revealing the mys- so-famous in detecting latent beauty in a show tho
teries of that pArun of her personKot, face, and portraying it upon canvass, has vegetate,
d. however, in such a-manner as to ,hock the just fiAished.a charming full-length pr- .Accordir
sensitive-,nature of the officers. She re- trait of Madaine Boi-sv. Byron's Countess the moo
10 movedfrom hrdre a of cham- C,' "GuclrcI, She is relre-,.,,ted at theage good tel,
I prianeitwopates- h14_%a dnzen oranges, when she was in the Full maturity of her we disco
b ten doughnuts, lour pieces, of cake, a charms, though, strange to say, the like- funows
r pound of tea, a coffee-pot, gtidhrun," and, pess is deemed as perfect of her today :as and on ,
rs no doubt, would have brought to light a one could ever have been, allowing for a of very-
cooking-stove, if the officers had not tired differenceJ eight, which age has given tint, wh
ur of receiving the articles drawn from their, her, thougolshe is just sixty years old. before t
ur seclusion, and begged of her to desist- She wears her hair in ringlets now, just pear a f.
That woman would be a treasure to a man as she did when she left the nunnery, and the prop
ng about to started to California by the over- first attracted the admiration of her poet darker t
c., land route, as she could carry such a quan- lover at r'enice, and, up to this day, she the res
atf tity of refreshments in her bosom, and al- has not a grey hair in her head. Singu- vegetate
ways have them handy, larly enough, too, her complexion is sti'l of the
BSS the marvy0 of all Paris, so fair and so un- streaks.
1), Hair-brushes and Combs.--Children changed by Time's effacing fingers", lines of
should be taught, from their earliest re-0
membranec, the'imporance of keeping the Madame Boissy's salon is one of the most visible
la hair clean, not so much by the use of the attractive to both sexes in the great me- moon M
roe comb as~the brush. Two sorts of combs. tropolis of France, and she hersof is said mountas
are used, fineand coarse, made either of be still one of the most fascinating of ner, St(
S.ivory or bone; when. the brush has been Piccolor
g well used, there is seldom any necessity her sex.
to for the fine tooth comb, and the intention n/nnpo-MssTnnsse ib
" of using the coarse comb is merely to dis- Snuff Dipping.-Miss Tennessee Gib-onHeinsi
ld- entangleo'the hair and prepare it for the son, a beautiful young lady, died from the
brush. Nothing is more injurious to the effects of snuff dipping, in Arkansas. She,
6re skinof the head than -ho frequent appli fl -sleep with the-"mop" in her mouth, pun
on cation of [the small tooth comb, -the points fell ... w th 4pu
of the teeth of which scratch and other- and was found a corpse some bours after. of the
rty- wiseoirritate the scalp,'tending more than A post mortem revealed "the fact that she instruct
not,, any other cause to the formation of scurf. had swallowed the juico, which was con- School
It cannot be too -strictly impressed upon verted into nicotine, a deadly poison ; her Starke,
cu-. the minds of parents, if they would see lp h an be smeared with copies
NO their offspring blessed with a gbpod head oflischeanbrstwesmrdwth opso
hair, to refrain as much A possible from the foul stuff in her dying struggles, their cc
the use of the small comb; a moderately alone in her room. Before she retired-'6a<


)pa, anouu ,,wncru else. Then-he kissed the little ma
Here, in this blessed land, the revolution And he'spoke in litter ch
-the fore-runner of the French revolution, And we anchored safe in hai
-gave us everything we could ask for; it We t o s s
gave for the .first time to the world unlimi- e
ted liberty of conscience, the most precious Southern Cloth for Military
boon a An can possess. This liberty of A committee was recently
conscience h.At its highest expression in by the Wetumpka Dragoons t
three instances: Rev. Dr. Eckman open- Mr. Daniel Pratt if ulitable elC
ed the Virginia legislIature with prayer; forms could be manufactured at
the writer of these lines acted for a long Mr. Pratt in his reply, (which
time as chaplain to the New York legisla- ed) stated that cloth of the p]
Lure; and Rev. Dr. Raphael opened the was not manufactured at Pra
IIouse of Congress with prayer, that he had just received san
Air. James Roswel .King, in
Sporting Incident.----.A Noble Pack, by him at the Ivey Mills, Ros
Some weeks ago, a friend in Glynn fav- gia,' which he thought was sui
orcd us with a feat of his fine pack of dogs, 0ng in p from ry-wo
which pursued a.viounded buck some eight t
.,* i* i i i We mention this for the infu
or ten miles, across wide rivers and through
C the several companies that ha
marshes, and were found, some thirty b o
hours after the chase commenced, quietly been organized in this section c
lying around their game, one venerable old
,, i.ern cloth, it will make a pretty,
fellow standing guard, and preventing th, e cm
0, 0 ,and if handsomely trimmed, w
rest-though all were in-a starving condi.-
0 C.. well as if made of the finest
tio-l--from touching it with their teeth.
^ ., .French cloth.
On a subsequent hunt, dwing the ex-
cessively cold snap in January, these i'- The ',We"- of Edito
ful creatures disappeared from the hunters It is a prevailing idea among
in a similar nmnner, and after days of ple that because editors, in' r
search were given up for. lost. A letter themselves, use the word 'we'
received a day or. two srnce gives the sad side they amount to two or th
sequel, which bad, come to light. It is rv men. This is a mistake.
contained in the following ext r : -. naturally a j"rv modest ",nj
-+ "^ i-u -++g .. .... o, -*'u u -f--. ---'-' *;. ') i- .---+-r:-: '.--
,, .. "-'* ".- .-* -- ..... .. .. .... chti.m ;, '. 2 ji fr Ina rc ia iablV SO.
'pack of hounds, which were f,.,ui ,d:.il lf.z -"- . .. t -.
] ." we [Ox'rely includes the edlto
|en on thu marsh neam the 4ead _. W .... We 'de.The custom originated
,suppose they had run down, and caught it, t i T,'i,|-.,.r of the distinguish

,,n lioh (.r.:.',.''',." ,, .,., hlti hey got intn after The -superstitious p pople
.- i, several creeks. [ believe t it ts .m.. .. to be l uI..... i .,
hie only oil.. record .of sev Faust, to ..hconurag. the idea
hounds--two the property of Di%. Troup, dea r u h
P, dered-1.1,,u a person ofso much
one belonging to Dr. Wilson, and four an'rCuommnded such high r
D- trard(suhhif
were OUrS'-runn'Llm down a buck in aunex- acnustome tontte himself j
tensive marsh, swimming 'several creeks, ers',and 'graceful pufis" as *we
and catching it without a gun being fired eluded himself and his highly-
at it. and lying by it until all perished in ed a- ti;tant, the Prince of Da
the cold. mod1..-n linmps, hia infernal H
"It rivals the famous chase related by doubtless found the printing
Colonel tIawker, the celebrated English poor investment, and has en
sportsman, where one of his stag hounds draw his patronage from the
was found dead on the wall, two with Rep.


A, by-slander, who, never had. a, hundred
odlars in his lib wn.... the ticket andin a
*w days found h, nselfthe lucky possesa-.
r of $25,000. ... + -.,
He at once invested a round sum in
e-weliya,,.I fl.:4-Iy gs,,ments, and- is, lead-
ng a life of incessant .revelry, which wIill
oon dispose of his accidental fortune,oand
tave him poorer than he was before,by the
ossession op perve'rtedi tasted pad d -
ructive habits. "' he .man 'who hrst held"
he ticket, on hearing thaLt it.,had.-dr ,awn a
prize. became possessed of an excitement
vhichtbcought on brain fever, and ended
n idiotic madbess.- The second holder of
the ticket, who did not believe inlotteries,
has become a monomaniac on the subject,
does nothing but tell the story of his folly
n disposing of the lucky ticket, and is un-
fitted for all business, His 1 ia id I ird-
y less hopeless than the fixed insanityof
the first holder. Thus one prize hi a lot-
tery has ruined three men and benefited
nobody. The facts carry theirown lesson
with them, and he that runs may -ead.

A Plea for the Crow+o
A-serles of articles on birds, in the Af-
lantic 'llonlhly, understood .to,- bet from
the pen of Wilson Viagg-:of;Bfverle
Mass., has given that work a considerable
reputation, in an ornithological point of
view.. In a recent lumber;-, the tattftor
speaks a good word for the crow, and *we
hope allr our readers will read the foll owing
ext ract, and then judge ast0oAhej tthAiOf
the statement L I ', ;; ib
'He consumes, in, the course of oneyear,'
vast quantities of grubs,,wormas and-, ntdtaB
ious vermin ; he is a. valuable snaveagery
and clears the land of offensive maasee of
decaying animal substances; he bunts tho
grass fit.lds, andl pullsout and'devours th6
underground caterpillars, w74reyer hb
perceives tle, signs of their operations,
eviuced by the.wilted. stalks; he destroys
mice, young rats, lizaads and serpents ihe
is a voluuteer sentinel about the farnm. and
drives the hawk from its enclost~Bsihus
preventing greater mischief than that of
which he is himself guilty. It is chiefly
during seed time and harvest that the de-
predations of the crow- are:o "mmitted;
during the remainder of the year we wit-
ness only his services, and sob highly are
these services appreciated by tbose who
have written of birds, that I cannot name
an ornithologist who does not plead' in
its behalf.'


broken limbs on the inside, and the rest
disabled on the outer wall of the park; the
buck had been let out, ran off, and was
found inside with both 'fore legs broken."
[Savannah Republican, 12th.


A SBNE


-04/1,


Quenching Thirst.-Nearly a hundred i
years ago, Dr. Lind In g/...,l to Captain f
kennedv that thirst might be quenched at "
s.i by dipping the clothing in salt water, t
and putting it on without wringing. Sub- t
frequently, the captain, on being cast away, r
had an opportunity of making the experi- v
ment. With great difficulty he succeeded
n persuading a part of the men to follow
his example, and 'they all surv'ived, while
the four who reflised and drank salt water, l
.,caiie'delirious'and died. In addition to
putting on the clothes, while wet, night
and morning, they may be wetted while
on, two or three' times daring the day.-
Captain K. goes on to, say :- 'After these
operations we uniformly found that the-
violent drought went off, and the parched e
tongue was cured in a few. minutes after
batbing and washing our 'clothes'- while
we found ourselves as much refreshed as
if we had received somo actual nourish-
ment." The bare possibility of the truth
of the statement mak es it a humanity for
any pape rto give it a wide publicity, since
there are not many readers in any hun-
dred who may aut 'go to sea -,and be ship-
wrecked. .
Allf ~gro in the North.-The New.
IJ| E.,xpress thus pictures the social con-
di tion of the negro in that city :
The Post is gloryfying Mr. Seward's
speech. The argument is, that a man is a
man North, but not South, if a negro man.
Church-street,- Mercerstreet. the Hook,
the Five Points, all under the editor's own,
eyes, belie this. A negro is not half oifI
a man in New York city He don't vote..
He don't serve injuries. He don't'train.'
He don't work in the workshops. He
don't drive the licensed cart,, He don't
study in a white school. He don't 'run
the engines.' Ile don't tend,- behind the
counter. He don't print among the prin-
ters in the Post's printing-office. Living,
he don't worsbhi God in the Post's churchT
and, dead, he4l dumped irnto Potter's
Field, or sold to the Doctors in Fourth
venue, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets,
for a skeleton; or, if not thus sold, kicked
off into the 'Black Grave Yard,' on top of
a dozen black bodies there before him.-
We,. 'doughfaces' as we are-'pro-slavery,'
'sold to the South,' &c.-from the very
,bottom of our hearts, pity the poor, mis-
erable, New York social slave 'nigger.'


We are, not much indebted, says the r
Atlas, to Mr. Daguerre for one of the con- il
sequences which have arisen from his in- lh
vention of suri painting. Young women, t
have fallen into the evil of distributing the .
daguerreotype miniatures of their pretty I
selves entirely too promiscuously among a
their acquaintances of the male portion of 0
humanity. A young lady is introduced to C
a young g1tIVmnik-.i, he visits her two or 0
three times; and if he has a little persua- v
sion, or without even that effort, receives t
her portrait as a souvenir of her esteem. 1
The young man being Vain of his acquain- v
tance with a pretty girl, takes particular i
pains to show (confidentially, of -ourse) r
the picture to every chum or associate he, '
may encounter in his daily peregrination s. a
Boa-ts4 too of his L,`ing "al right there, t
mi,, bov-she's deuced'sweet 'to me-she
is," or ventilates some other equally in-
sultingreference to the lady, whose con-
fidence'he freely violates. Following this,
rumor begins its work, and.an innocent
girl's name is bandied from house to house,
the most trivial acts distorted and magni-
fled into glaring faults, her character torn
-to shreds by gossips, to be badly patched
together by doubtful friends, until, at last
she finds herself snubbed and avoided in
that society, which but a little while ago
was glad to acknowledge her as its favor-
ite. All this from the gift of her daguer-,
reotype to- a seemingly modest, bashful,
young gentleman.

Warehouse Poetry.-A Model Adver-
tisement Writer in the Herald calls the
Sewing Machine 'a swift fingered sister of
love and charity.' Let us hereafter speak
of the Cook-Range only aslthe warm hear-
ted minister to appetite.and contentment ;
* of the Daguc; reotype Apparatus as the
T bright-faced reflector of beauty and worth,
and, among other ingenious mechanical
productions, of the.Model Advertisement.
r Writer as the, soft-headed distributor of
mellifuous Soap.

a The Wheeling (Va.,) Union says the







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WM. I- ., BAB COCK.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,.



THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1860.

T'W. C. &. MikY, Esq., Iil act as our--
Agent for theiown of Gaine svilif and i.inity,
and is authori-d to receive subscriptions and
advertisements, and give receipts for same.
MJOSEPH WALKER, Esq., No. 120 Meeting
St., in our Agent for the city of Charleston, S. C.

TIME OF HOLDING COURT
In the different Counties of Suwannee
Circuits, as enacted by the Legislature and
approved by the Governor, January 15,
S1859 :
Spring Term.
Alachua ................. 2nd Monday in April.
Levy..*............ %.....3rd Monday in April.
Lafayette ............... 4th Monday in April.
Suwannee..< 1st Monday after 41h Mon-
SS eday in April.
| 2nd Monday after 4th Mon-
Columbia... I rday in April.
3rd Monday after 4th Mon-


Fall Term.
Alachua..-..;,,...2 d iMonday in October.
* Lvy .......... ........3rd Mon arn O er:
Lafayette ........ ... 4th Monday in October.
S e 1st Monday after 4th Mon-
SSuwannee". day in October.
S ouma. 2nd Monday after 4th Mon-
SColumba... day in October.
Ne r 3rd Monday after 4th Mon-
New River. day in October.
Naa 4th Monday after 4th Mon-
Nassau. day in October.


_p


Per steamer Garolsna. from Charleston,
Capt. JL.J. Flinn, March 2.-Mrs Ander-
son, T B Dexter and Lady and son, J L
Hlarrington, L M Rare. John, Frinson. P
Ri-chburg, Wrm T MeEddy, J, A Hender-
son, R Morris, 11 Lutgen, W M Russell, M1
Rose, Lady .and child, Mr Tanner, Mr
Fisher, Jlr Marsh;a, Mr Meridith, Maj C
W Richlnrg, J IH Bak'Cr, G tlan', E H
Baker. "P DzialynkL; .Sullttcr, Mrs.it ese,
son and two chirdren-3 on deck.

M A _R R I -E ED,,

At the residence of the bride's father, in
,Chester District, S. C.. on the 15th inst.,
by the Rev. William Banks, Col. THoMAs
T. LONG, of Fernandboa, to Miss E.LIZA J.
ANDEKSON.
?3EWith the above was received a
handsome fee ; for which the happyFair
will accept our best wishes and "most
hearty thanks. He that remembereth
the Printer, doeth much."
Near Newnansville, Fla., on the evening
of the llth inst, by Rev. J. Theus'&lunds,
Mr. F. A. L. C`ASIDET, of Wilmgtdh, N.
C., ard Miss RFTTA E; DELL, -daughter of
ilon. Philip Dell, of Florida.

ANNOUKNCEMENTS. .

Mr. ditoar:-Plewse aanounee Mr THOS.
VANCE, as a Candidate for the ofce, ot Mar-
shal at. the ensuing City Election, and oblige,
Mar. 8 MANY FRIENDS.


JAME;S BANKER. F M'LEOD,
Lak*-City, East Fla. Lake -City, East Fla.
BANSS& M'LEOD,
ATTORN-EYS AT LAW
ANDI
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY.
Lake City, Columbia County, East Fla.,
Will promptly attend, to all business entrusted
to their care in the Counties of Nassau,- ]Duval,
Marion, Sumpter, Alachua, Columbia, and Iam-
ilton County, of' the Middlt Cirectit. A ho, in the
United States District Courts. mar. 22-ly

SOUTHERN HOUSE.


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It


NOW IN STORE's
29W O~f bushels WHITE CORN.,
U 150 barrels FLOURO.
Mch 15 BROOME & THOMPON.,

Whiskey, Flour, Pork, Beef.
Barrels Monongalkla:Whiskey.
tV25 barrels Superfine Flour-.
25 barrels Fine Flohr.
20 Sacks Extra Flour.
25 barrels Prime Pork.,
25 barrels Mess Pore.
25 Sacks Salt.' .
2000 pounds choice, Ham&,.
40)0 pounds Bacon, Sides..
40 Packages Brandy. --
30 Packages TubaII.o.:*-
Sugars QCoffee, Cadhes, Ribej ,'aXiJ, Starek,
Molasses, Soap, &c., in Store, and for sale
LOW FOR CASH ONLY,
by E. A. & A. 11. JEFFORDS,.
March 15-,2t Second, Street


" Cruz, in eonseqtience of the action of the
American squadr,. n. The French and Spa-
nish are very bitter ingtheir denunciations.
Washington News.
Washington, March 19.-Senate.-The
bill authorizing publishers of newspapers
and periodicals to print the date and expi-
.ration of subscription upon address slips
was passed. +
The Homestead bill was discussed.
The Florida Claims Bill was taken up,
and Messrs. Toombs and Mallory made
speeches in its fav,,r.
In the lHouse, tie Committee of tVays
and Means reported a bill, for the redemp-
tion of treasury notes and to increase the
tariff, which was referred to the Commit-
tee of the W ilulc0

The Market.-An arrival on Tuesday
last of one hundred and thirty head of
beef cattle from Tennessee, afforded the
market a temporary relief. They were
speedily bought up by the butchers at
from $11 to $11.50 per 100 pounds.-
Prices of first quality beef fell to 15 and
18 cenAs per pound ; ordinary, 12 1-2 cents
per pound. A corresponding reduction
took place in the price of veal, pork and
mutton" A small lot of beeves from
North Carolina was not bought, the drov-
er asking $12.50 per hundred, and refusing
to sell for less, @
From letters and other sources of infor-
mation, the leading butchers are of the
o*0inion that instead of there being a sbar-
ey duAtigB mt-eM tinier the nvt, lfin,.
it is more than probable that the market
will be glutted, and prices not range high-
er than 12 1-2 cent for prime beef, A
large number, of drovers have signified
their intention to bring their cattle to
market previous to tht 20th of neit
month.
Fowls remain at prices last given, viz :
$1.25 to $1.59. Some half-growns were
offered Thursday at 62 and 87 cants.
Notwithstanding thie abundance of fish
in the market, epicurean prices are deman-
ded. Shad are selling at 75 cents; whit-
ing,75 cents per string ; black fish, small
and three in numberr, 25 cents ; drum fish
stakes 25 cents ; sweet potatos are selling
at 50 cents a peck; cabbages 37 1-2 cents;
eggs bring 20, and 25 cents per dozen.
[Charleston Courier.

Arrival from Calcnlta.-The ship
North inmcrictz, Capt. Collier, arrived
this day from Calcutta, consigned to Octa-
vus Cohen & Co., with three thousand and
nine bales of gunny b:,. ii,,. This is the
first cargo of gunny bagging ever imported
direct from Calcutta, to this market, and
the commencement of a trade, in which
the enterprising firm of Octavus Cohen
& Co., may be justly regarded as the
pioneers and originators. It is proof, too.
of the ca-vacit-v and suitability of our nort


GAINESVILLE ACADEMY.
We invite attention to the card of the
above Academy. The Principal, Mr. Ro-
per, has recently erected a commodious
and convenient building, and has succeeded
in securing the services of two accom-
plished teachers, Miss McIlvaine and Mrs.
Coburn, for the Female Department. C.
M. Broome, Erq., has been placed in charge
f the Music Department. This school is
'-ituated in a healthy, accessible tand
"pleasant portion of East Florida, direcfly
on the line of the Florida Railroad. We
are glad to learn that the efforts of Mr.
Roper ar(P being-appreciated by the com-
munity, and that the institution is in so
flourishing a condition, numbering already
fifty scholars.

TURPENTINE LANDS
The Florida Railroad Company, we are
gratified to learn, have recently leased to
Mr. Godwin and other gentlemen of Vir-
ginia, utwards ufjortyfive thousand acres
of land, situated near WValJo and Trail
hidge, for Turpentine purposes. These
parties intend engaging in this* business
on a very large scale, and one of them
proposes to employ three hundred hands.
They will commence cutting boxes next
winter. This business is rapidly increas-
ing and promises shortly to constitute no
inconsiderable element of the industrial
resources of our thriving State.

NEw YORK, March 12.-The reports
from 0harleston as to the exorbitant pri-
'ces the hotels there have resolved to charge
for board, during the sittings of the Demo-
cratic National Convention, are having the
effect to change the minds of many of the
"Roughs" who had determined to go.
New York Democracy can't stand $5 a
day for "fodder."
If the facts stated above have had the
effect of preventing the shpulder-hitters,
PlugUglies and rowdies of the Northern
cities from attending the Charleston Con-
vention, we think that the good people of
that city have reason to congratulate them-
selves upon the policy pursued by the
hotels. This class of people would cer-
tainly not be: a very desirable element
among s,) orderly and quiet a population
as that of Charleston.
BUYIN CHAIiLESTON;
A merchant of this town informs us that
he has recently purchased a stock of goods
in Charleston, at prices fully fifteen per
cent. less than he paid for the same arti-
cles i New'Yorkl ast fall.

Z!rThe remains of Dr. W. J. Keitt,
whose untimely fate has excited such
general attention, passed through this
place last week in charge of a. party of
friends. We understand that they were
taken to Orangeburg, S. C., for interment.


Gleanings from the Florida Press.

At the Sunday School Anniversary held
at Newnansville on the 14th inst., Rev. J.
W. Timberlake, of Fernandina, delivered
an eloquent address, which was listened to
with much interest by a large audience.
We learn from the Floridian & Journal
that a negro cabin on the'plantation of
'Dr. W> F. Robertson, was consumed on
the 13th inst. One negro was burnt to
death and two others severely injured ......
The same paper states that the Peeler
plow has been tested in a plowing match,
near Louisville, Ky., and was pronounced
the cheapest, must convenient and best.
plow ever seen ...... The fruit crop has been
seriously injured in the vicinity of Talla-
hassee by the recent cold weather.
The Key of the Gulf announces the dis-
covery of the remains of Win. Taylor,
who, with Win. Lanz, left Key West last
November for the purpose of procuring
oysters. The body-of Lang has not been
found, but it is supposed that ,ie was
drowned.
The Eastern Herald contains an account
of the Railroad Jubilee in Lake City on
tho 15th inst. Eight hundred persons ar-
rived on the train from Jackbonville. The
citizens'and guests had a good time gene-
rally and a goud dinner. The meeting
was addressed by Dr Steele, of the Jack-
sonville ta*latrd, Col. Sandereon, Drs
Baldwin, Maj. Underwood and Col. McCall.
On the 21st the Jacksonville folks return
the compliment and will entertain all who
will pay that-city a vista on tM-at occasion.
Generals Elias Earle, of Alachua, and J.
M. Commander, of Marion, are announced
in the Jacksonville Standard as aspirants
for the office of Major General ....... The
editor of the same paper congratulates the
citizens upon the completion and favorable
prospects of their Railroad.
The corn houses and stables of Mrs.
Booth, of'Quincy,,Fla-,, were consumed on,
the 4th inst. Upwards of one thousand
bushels of corn and two valuatle horses
were"destroyed, ,,
The editor of the Family Friend plumes
rbimself upon the rapid growth of Monti-
cello. He says : "Fromn a small, quiet vil-
lage, which it was two or three years agi>,
-it has grown to be a busy, buisteious,
lively town ...... Speaking ot' the two De-
mocratic Conventions which will probably
be held at Tallahassce ami Madison, he
suggests the propriety of the appointment
of an Executive Committee, in which we
heartily concur with him .......iMr. Oliver,
of Waukeena, has invested a plow, which
is spoken of very.favorably.
The Pensacola Observer states that
there were in port, on the 4tlt inst., about
fifty vessels, and that, business was very
brisk ...... 3,562,887 feet of lumber were


From the Florida Dispatch.
The Iron Beds of Levy County,
21r. Editor:-I lierewith present to
your readers a hasty account of an impor-
tant deposit of iron in the vicinity of Le-
vyville, Levy county'.
I had never expected to meet with iron,
or any other metal, in Florida, except in,
.very inconsiderable quantities. Great
was my surprise, therefore, in discovering
near 'Levyville extensive accumulation
of veiv rich hemnatite (iron '-oxide of
iron). It extend 10-onsome ten
miles in I appears at the surface
in large ql11tties only in two or three
places. One locality is two miles North
* "t of Levyville,,Qoi the uncleared pine
15'd of Emanuel Studstill. Here, over an
area of six hundred yards in length and
one hundred in breadth, great masses and
fragments of a rich. heavy, black ore,-
soine of them as large as a hogshead,-
are strewn about in great profusion over
the surface, while.jmuch larger masses are
seen just rising tW the surface without be-
ing elevated above.
Externally, the ore has a 'black some-
whiat shining appearance, and when broken
open (it is very (brittle, a fact enhancing
its value) it presents a dull metallic lustre.
It is'exceedingly heavy,-thus indicating
the large 'percentage of iron-probably
near seventy per cent. It is sufficiently
rich fo be atlaitfd by .thAbneagici, $nd
only the richestron ores will admit of
this *
As to the quantity of this deposit, I
will state that it probably extends down-
ward into the ioose sand and clay for
many fectit-a fact that could easily be as-,-
certained by sinking shafts,-and if so it
exists in quantity amply sufficient to be
worked. To manufacture pig iron from
the ore, iere aret two other substances
absolutely requisite, to wit: charcoal and
limeston,. It needs scarcely to be said
that bottl)f these may be obtained in any
quantity ii the region under consideration.
Economysof course, must always deter-
mine the inauufacture of pig iron. Cheap-
ness of tlbor and' access to market are
necessarily questious of prime importance.
I think that it it highly probable that a
blast furnace will ultimately be erected at
this ore bed, perhaps it might pay even
now.
Three miles t-the North-west of the
deposit on Mr.:Stwudstill's place the ore
again appears al the surface, in a singular
manner, with tive and there fragments
between the t\4 places. It seems quite.
probable that it extends continuously
from one spotto the other underground
-at a-depth ol.firm five to thirty feet,-
and that it exists in immense quantities.
i was told thai it is seep in a third locali-
ty some four ot five miles Northward, or,


Co-partnership Dissolved!
THIE firm of RAMSEY & RAINEY, has this
..diay been dissolved by mutual consent. 'All
persons indebted to the late flrir are hereby
notified to make immediate payment to either of
the undersigned, as the business mu;t [.-i-,romptly
settled. C.'A. RAMSEy.
G ainesville, Fla,., Mar. 22, 1860., '


THE undersigned having* purchased the in-'
terest of W. C. II. Rainey, 'in thee late Arm oft
Ramsey & Rainey, will ,-ntione ti&e bumiess at'
,the old stand as hraneri.e Thankful for pa*.-,
favors, he solicits the pat r6hagV of "
itSF W^-A .75r3E wP%. 11
customers, and hopes by keeping good stocks, an
disposing of the same at reasonable prices, to
weiit the confidence and obtain the custom of-
the class of purchasers mentioned.
C. A. RAMSEY.
d_111shc E, Mar. 22 43 tf


THIIS is to warn all persons against trading; .-----.
for a Note for Four Hundred Dollars, given
for the purchase ot a Pilot Bbat called, "Friends
of Georgetown," by the r-dersigped, The con-i
sideration for the, %aid Note having fatieil, it
will not be paid.
APRATIAM EHLER, .
INNOCENCIO CARDONARA.
DAVID OGLESBY.
Fcrnandina, Mar. 22 43-1t
"--Savannah News will please copy once.

FLORIDA RAIL ROADR'




0 N and after Fer.ru:,rv '1isr, 1Iq10, daily PaM. "*' .
senger Trains will run as follows:
SLeave Fernandina at....... ..........2.00 P. M4
Baldwin at ................... 4.55 ;4
Starke at.....................6.30 tL
W aldo at ..................... 7.15 '
( Gainesville at ...............8.20 "
Archer at...... :... ..:9.15 "
Arrive at Bronson .................. 9.51 "
Leave Bronson at ................... 3.00 A. M.
Arcer at........ .......... .. 3.30N "
Gainesville at................4.30 '
W aldo at .....................5 20 "
Starke at ..................... 6.00 :*
Baldwin at....................7.55 **** f
Arrive at Fernandina............ 46- *t
Freight Train wilIIeave Fernandina on Mon'-
days, Wednesdays and F6riays, at 4,2,- A. M.., ,
and returning leave F-ronsona on Taesdays,
Thursday and Satztrd'ya, at 3.t10 X. M.
E.'These Trains connect wirh Bi.at.i L.>afd rrow
Charleston daily and 'with Boat-to i=d from
Savannahfo- tiimes a week.
Through Tickets between a'IT the above Stau
tions and Charleaton,, can be secured by the daily
Boats, *B between all the above Stations.and
Savanuah, at ,cdac.d r.c 1. ti e Steamer
T4w"gusta which li,.,ie I'ft,.,,,.lnn on IVednoi,
days and Saturdays, aud S4vannah ot Moundays
and Wednesdays.
Freight will also be taken by the Steamer
Aivsta at two-tkirds of .re~satit rates
Persons desiring to avail themselves of these
reduced rates, should notice particularly the ." ,
sailing days of the Augusta, and instruct their
agents as to shipping. *
A. H. COLEesu2t.o
Fernandina, Feb. 20, 1S60.


acting as Mayor, to give notice of the time
and place of said election, by publication
for at least ten days preceding the daiy of
holding the same, and to appoint thtee in.-
spectors to conduct the same ; but should
the said notice, from any cause, fail to be
given, or the said inspectors fail to be ap-
pointed, or, being appointed, fail to be pre-
sent, then a majority of the electors pre-
sent at the usual place of holding the elec-
tion on said election day, may choose three
7of their own number to act as inspectows,
and the election conducted by the three
inspectors thus chosen, shall be in all re-
spects as valid as if the appointment had
been regularly made by the Mayor.
By orurv-ofrito uit.
E. W. PERRfi c_1'

PROCLAMATION.
IN obedience to the above Ordinance, It
is Ordered, That an election be 'feld in
'lie said City of Fernandina, on Monday,
the second day of April next, for May'or,
Eight Cuuncilmen, Treasurer, Clerk, Mar-
shal, and City Engineer.
The following named persons are hereby
appointed Inspectors of said election, iz
JAMES H. McRoRY, Jr. ,
B. A. COACHMAN,
CHAS. 0. BERNARD.
Given under my hand, this the 20th day
of March, A. D., 1860.
F. LIVINGSTON.
,Mal or, r.,m tern.
Mar. 22 43 te


Fresh Arrivals
Or


NEW GOOBS,

THE SUBSCRIBERS
Would respectfully announce that they have
JUST RECEIVED!
A NEW AND ELEGANT sTOCK OF


DRY GOODS,

HARDWARE,

GROCERIES,
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS,
WHICH THEY ARE OFFERING .t

Remarkably Low Prices!
-:o:
Their Stock consists in part df
Ladies'_Dress G00od
White and Colored Brilliants,
Fancy and Mourning Prints,


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Mon-


STATE CONVENTION.
In older/tq promote harmony and to al-
lay any iisafl'ection which may be the
means of impairing the strength of the
Democratic party, we resign our prefe-
rence in favor of Madison as the point for
the meeting of the State -Convention to
assemble on the 9th of April, and respect-
fully recommend that the delegates who
have been appointed from this county, hold
themselves in readiness to proceed to
Tallahassee on the day mentioned. We
are influenced in this, not because we
consider Tartahaisee the, most convenient
and accessible point, ngr because we are
convinced 'that a m'o,,r.ty of the party'
.prefer that point;,but because if two con-
vantions are held and two sets of delegates
are appointed, difficulties vill arise as to
* their reception at the Charleston Conven-
tion 'Frd' the influence of 'the State thereby
be sad1y weakened. It is absolutely neces-
sary that the entire South should present.
an undivided front upon that important


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occasion, and should act as an unit a ith. t i .:;;-,. .: vi.is .... .. ".,: .-.
any candidate who 'is not regarded aF -. : ,e-i o, ', ; ***! ':": : 1,
" strictly conservative. ; ik 'who was 'V"11 W ,j i.
M*ARIBS-T OARDENS AND FBIut/ ; -..^: (-.0 *',. \
ORCH ARD S. ...(.,:%-,.u ha.: '<".l t. W i **.: i' ;.{:' :.: .
The: -subject of raising vegetables ? o,; t le" '- i l c
fruitsfqr the Northern: markets' has :.f li,: nws? ,-. -, late years attracted considerable matter ,f ,. i M e a t f 9r (: t ,.: t. f-um -

rhade this a permanent business and h-'-- CHAS!-L?-'C :"* v., :**;- : !'::;:.,
reaped rich rewards #* their:aborj.'-,i ri.... Ovi; >."O Swgs '' y,' *-
enterprise. Virginia, -North- and So;,bh ; 'n:^.:' !::'' ;1'.^.'.1',,.;;,*


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Carolina and Georgia,'have invested lars./
ly in this species of employment ale:;
( their searboeards, and,havejalways'i founit

? "Vady market and high prices fur their F
ducts. Indeed, the' shipment of vege-,.
bles during the spring and of fruits in-thiv
summer, constitutes no inconsiderable pot -
:-. tion of the freights of the steamers plyi:;;
between Norfolk, Charleston and Savwt-
nah and the Northern cities. These arti.
cles bring extravagant prices early in i hu,
season. The price is no 'object whatever
to the purchasers-the rarity and scarcity
of the article-beingaloneregarded. FDori-
da presents advantages for the cultivation
of. fruits |ui(d vegetables far superior to
tljqsd enjoued by her sister, States. Wp
have often'expressed surprise ihiat this
business has not found greater favor with
the people of Florida. Webhave no doubt
bht that!itfwould be foind more profitable
perhaps than any other occupation, to
those 'siding upon the sea-board. -Our
earlylad mild springs afford advantages
Which c!m"1t be surpassed. They enable
;us to.anticipate the market at least aw
month'or six weelfs in advance .of Savan-
mah and Charleston. In fact it is within
our power to'L supply these cities them--
selves with earlyvegetables. By. means
of the daily Aline of 6tea&iers to Charles-
ton. these supplies can be forwarded at
small expense, and without delay. The
cheapness, abundance fand fertility of our
lands, our accessibility to market, the
forwardness and mildness of our seasons
nd the high prices obtained for these arti-
cles are all strong inducements for persons
to engage in this occupation.
.IT -JMT~yERNON-:. ...
1 Rev. T. J. Wombwell, of this place, has
accepted the Agency for the sale Of "19t.
Vernon" pictures in East Florida and the
State of Georgia. Being a tiue represen-
ta4p!1 Of thd homo 6of the immortal
WasmBngton" and giving a- full view Of the
two hundred acres of ground purchased by
the*Ladies of the Mt. Vernon Aszocia-
tion-accompaniied by a key to the diffe-
rent objects in the view-they will. no
Sdoutbt, as they ought to do, find favor and
ready sale with every true 'friend to 'the
memory of the illustrious dead. These
pictures are put up in neat gilt frames, and
make a very appropriate parlor ornament.
It can only be obtained of the General
Agent for the State or bis local agents.
Mr. Wombwell will shortly make a tour,
-fox the purpose of selling the above en
gavitig. and has kindly consented'to acq
as agent for the East Florjdiun. Persons
wishing the daily or weekly East F'ori-
dian Wili 7bilige us by handing their names
and subscriptions to this gentleman.
NEW LOCOMOTIVE. "
Theseho6ner R.'O. RuInyoa arrived on
the.20thinst., from; 'New York, having as
part of liUr birgoa flne engine, of the first
claim, for "the Florida Railroad Company.
The.new-comer has received the name of
-Alachuna(' in compliment to that county.
rp^- nRnmnvn -hag [lso w* large quantity of


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paid for fancy lot-. Our friends at Liver-
pool write us to-day, regarding Sea Island
Cottons, that there was a good demand for
the common kinds.
Yours, &c.,

PASTORAL REMOVAL.
The 'Camden Journal says : "We leaoa
that Rev. James K. Mendenhall took 5i
leave of the Baptist Church in this town
,on Sunday evening last, having accepted a
call to the Church in Fernandina, Florida.
Mr. Meudenhall has labored faithfully and
sudcessfully in his late charge for the past
seven years, and his departure will be re-
gretiel*bbi' a large number of friendf'and
Brethren, whose prayers and, kin wishes
will accompany him to hi's new ficld of
labor, that there his efforts may be~owned
and abundantly blessed by the Great Head
of the Church." .
All w,o k ow this esteemed and worthy
Pastor (a son of our late fellow-citizen
and estimable friend, Dr. M.,T.-Menden-
hall,) will appreciate the regrets felt by
the Church in Camden, and in wishes for
continued pakd increasing usefulness in the
hew feld to which nothing but a sense o'f
duty has removed him.-Char. Cuariel.
We deem it proper to stple that the for-.
mer worthy Pastor of the Baptist Church
in this place, Rev. Mr. Wombwell' has
been compelled to retire in cosequence of
iUl-helhh .

LONG COTTONS.
The sales of Long Cottons in Savannah
and Charleston, for the week endi ~the
15.h inst., were as follows:
"SEA ISLANDs.-We note an excellent
demand this week. for the better grades.
with sales of 721 bags. There is scarcely
any inquiry for the poorer qualities-in
deed, grades below twenty cents are al-
most entirely neglected. The following
are'the particulars of the week's business :
1 at 16; 7 at 17; 9 at 18; 1 at 19; 25 at
20; 38 at 21; 4 at 21 1-2; 23 at 22; 8 at
22 -1-2; 48 at 23; 22 at 23 1-2; 57 at 24;
39 at 24 1-2; 69 at 25; 37 at -25 1-2; 14 at
26; 88 at 27; 149 at 28; 4 at 29; 15, at 30;
30 at 31; 4 at 31; 9 at 32 1-2; .30 at 25 to
28c. We" offur the following quotations :
'Inforior to common Roller Ginned 18a2l,
I Fair Roller Ginned 22a23;-Good Roller
Ginned 25a27; Common McCarthy Ginned
24a28; Fair McCarthy Ginned 29a30; Good
McCarthy Ginned 31a32; Fine McCarthy
Ginned 33c, and upward.,"-Sav. News.
"The market forlon'notton was quiet
when contrasted with the heavy opera-
tions of the previous week, but neverthe-
less, a very fair business was done, atid
the transactions, which reached 700a800
bales, established very full' prices. We
renew our former quotations, viz: Com-
SMon to Prime Floridas. 23 to 30c., and up-
wards, for Fine anO Extra; Clean Com-
mnon to Good and Fine Mains and Santees,
28 to 38c., and Middling Fine to Fine 1s-
land Cottoa from 40 to 55c. and upwards,
as inequality, Among thu sales were about
9ars' lpjz ni Staind Cotton which we'rey.1


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In township 6, of Range 22 East. ProperVy L-' DOZIER &
i onpging to, the estate of J. J Smallwood. Ferand.in, Fla:, Marfe 42 2t "
WM. TEMPLE, Adm'r. _'-
Mar. 22 43 t -
--o:- Ferna-"na and Savannaha
T 0-
Will be sold in the Town of Waldo, on the SEM-IEWEEK Y STEAM PACKLT.
14th of April next, the following described pio- 0-
perty, to-wit;--One, lamge, Store House, 1 mfe
from. Waldo, situated on the Florida Railroad, i i FREIGHT AND PASS tC
acres of land and two bufldaags on the south GRE iT-r
east quarter, of tboe..>:-ua east %IwMteof Fee- -GREATLY REDUCED,!
tion .22. in' township' 8, south of mngev, enst. f ....
near 0 aldo. Pvolarty bclongitng to the estate T1W SUPBBIOR ANI> ELEGANT
of J. J. Smal.4,ood. -Tt UE[AD LGN '
WNM.TEMPLE, Adm~r. : -
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nations. The inhabitants of the Marian
IslandsP which were discovered in 1551,
had no idea of fire. Never was astonish-
ment greater than teicers when they saw it
on the descent of Magellan, in one 01 their
islands. At first they believed it was some
kind ofanimal that was fixed to and Led
upon wood.. The inhabitants of the Phil-
ippine and'Canary Islands were formerly
equally ignorant. Africa presents even
in our day, 1ome nations in -this deplora-
ble state.
Marine Improvements.-The obstrue-
'tion to the commerce between Savannah
'and Florida, known as Romley's' Marsh,
is so cOn'siderable and vet so; easy' to be
removed that it is a matter of astonish
inent it has been permitted by our gov-
ernment to remain so long unimproved.
We are pleased to know that efforts are
now being made to obtain an Appropriation
from the present congress to aecomp!ish
this desirable work, and a' petition coin-
prising nearly all of our citizens will be
forwarded to advance the interest of the
enterprise. We can hardly doubt the
success of the application when the cost
is compared with the adv. ntages. The
proportion of money spent on the c-aast of
Georgia by the government is insignificant,
and our wants justify hopes that the pres
ent appeal will not be in vain.
Sav. Republican.

The Convention.-Somewhat of a fer-
ment was excited the other day at Char.
leston, by a report that the National Dem-
ocratic Executive Committee were in ses-
sion at Washington, and were considering
the propriety of changing the place of
holding the Convention. It was a needless
alarm, as the Executive Committee have
no authority in the premises, the place be-
ing assigned by the last Convention which
met at Cincinnatti, At Charleston it will
meet, where every preparation will be
made for its convenience and entertain-
ment.-Sav. Express.
From Washington.-Washington, March
14.-The senate to-day passed the bill
constituting Tampa, (Fla.) a post of de-
liveiv; also, 10e bill IFr protecting female
emigrants on packet ships. The Military
Academy bill, with Mr. W1gfall's ainend-
ment, appropriating money for the defense
of Texas, was also passed.
Dr. Haynes states that he never saw
but one of the Esquimaux with a beard.
The exception to the geierai rule wa an
old man, with hairs utpoix, hii upper lip
and. chin' Lwhich were silvered with age.
Thp faces of all others of the tribe were as
innocent of hair as a woman's. The
hoards of Dr. Kane's Yartv oexite r e oat


Southern Convention Movement.
Washington, March 17.-The represen
tatives i; congress from Soatli Carolina
Ilabama an(dMississippi, h eld an adjourn-'
ed meeting la."t hight, in reference to the
policy'uf ,illlini a' Southfrn Convention.
A m.,j,.rit of th,.,ru iii attendance were in
favor of requesting -the Governor of South
Carolina to call-ti.k- L. gislature of his
State together, to provide for deliegates to
the proposed Cdnvenntion.
What nalthmore will do,
W;>il'noton, karch 18.-The hotels and
restaurants in Baltimore agree not to raise
their, prices, if the Committee will change
the place of taeeting of the Convention from
Charleston to (h-at .city. The Maryland
Institute, and other large hails, are offer-
ed free of charge to the Delegates. The
Baltimore and Ohio. and otbhr connecting
railways, offer to carr passengers to and
froya the Gounreirtion for half fare.
*x ,xas N ews, .
New OrleanJf, March 17.-Governor
Houston's organized" expedition, against
the Indians, is commanded by Gen. Burls,
tort.
.. Later If'om Mexico., :
N.EW Ori.EAN, Mearch 19.-rThe steamer
General Miram'on is reported below, in
command of Lieut. Minor, a United States
prize. front Ver Ciu;',u March 13i ,She is
one 4!f. two u-t"U ruintly fi Ldd 04 - Havana by doier of Gen. Mirnn'n, and
intended to aid him in Stie attack on Vera
Cruz. She saicd from Havana early in
March, with a|full crew, six thirty-iwo
pounder6,.and I ,con.iderab;e amountt ;of
small arms andiammutiition. She is bark
Vigged, was buitt in Canada, and called at
Havana before. the change of owners,
Correo, No. 2. :No particulars of her cap-
ture have Vet Peen received.
By, this arrival the news is received that
the city of Vera Cruz was beseiged by
Gen. Mirainon on ttW 5th instant, -he
having first notified thr representatives of
foreign powers of his intention to cannon
nade the city., On the night of the 7th
inst. the attack was made in force, but.
soon repulsed by the Liberals. The Uni-
ted States slo8,'of-war Preble was to sail
ft',,n Vera Crux for New Orleans on the
14th instant. J',

New Orleais, March 19, P. M.-The
steam ship Maiquis de la Habana, another
of Miramon's war vessels, is below, a Uni-
ted States prize, in charge of Lieut. Chap-
man, of the Sariatoga. The Saratoga cap-
turcd both th&se vessels, on the mnping
of the 6th istant, off Anton Lizardo, after
a brief action, and with but slight loss.-
The Marquis had the same armament and
"crew as thee M1iramuon. A portion of the
prisoners are on board the Marquis, and
the Proble is to bring,, th, rest. *
Alvarado is reported to be in the pos-
session of Gen. Miramon.'
The exequatar of the American Consul"
at Vera Cruz has been revoked.
The City of Mexico is asurrnnded hv


Will be sold in the Town of '4 aldo, on the 5th
of May next, the following described property
to-wit:-East half of the North east quarter,-
section 3D, in townxwhip 7, S of xaage 2.1 E,
' 80 6.4-10.0,acre
ALSO; :
The property below specified which is situated
in the city of Fernandina, to-wit : .
Lots 27 and 28. in square 13, 25 feet on Cantre
street, 10.0 feet deep. ..
No. 29 in the same block, bounded north by
Centre street, 100 feet deep. *
Lot No. 44in, block No. 50,--being 100 feet
front on. Ash, which, bounds it on the South &ad
rOO feet on, North street, whicbv bounds it on the
West.,
SMar. 2" ,WM. TEMPLEA Adn'r,
Mar.2T 43' td


Having been purehaed e.Bpressly for this T baS,
will hereafter make regular trips bet-w. ltb e
above named ports, touching, at Brunswick A ,d
amilton Landing only. .... 7
aLaving Savannah every Monday and, Thur-
day, at 3 0c0lock, P.-M.
Returok g, leaves Fernandina orery Wednes-
day and Sakai-day, at I11 o'clock, A. M. ,. ,
Making.elose connections at Fernandina ritlh
the Florida Rail .Road, awl thenee to all 'poiats
in Il1 ikeierior of Florida. : .
fPlssagc, $ 4.OO. 00..
+ 1^'Freight, taken at oue-third below premnai
CoattE &rom Pernandina t$ Savanf BQO..eb
-bale. '... .'r ,:"' ::.,
Ja. O- o Q 0. FKAS .R A CO.,
Mar. 15-tf ?ivannah, G&


"aE


Mr. Editor: -Please announce Mr. LERWIS
6ARDNER as a Candidate fob e-lection to the
Office of City Marshal, at the ensuing election,)
and oblige MANY VOTERS.


-V'Tlhe friends of Col. S. ST. GEO. ROGERS,
of Marion County, announce him as a Candidate
or Major General of the Eastern Division of
Florida Militia, at the election c.u the First Mon-
day in May next. war. 1-te


JOHN H. BRYANJR.,
Of Rlaleigh, N. C
& BRYAN,
IMIERCHANTS,
t STREET,
BOSTON.


.' .M^. ,
REFER TO
Wim. B. Giles & Co., Savannah ; DeRosset, Brown
& Co., Wilmington; Butler & Bee, Charleston ;
Swann & Brother, Fernandina. mar. 22-1m


.- NEGRO GIRL, about fourteen years
-*l of -age, of dark complexion, about;J
ft. high, with the upper front teeth very..
t^.road, and the most of her lower front teeth ae-
ca.ed She gives her name as MARY ANN_,
but all I clae l,(airn from her whereabouts is,
that she once beonged to a Mr. Bryce of South
Carolina She come t? my house on Friday the
16th inst., and reported that she came up on the
train per Florida Rail Road on, thAtday. The
owner is requested to come forward, pay charges


3%T foTX"I ES!
rTHIRTY days after the date, of this notice,.
1. application will be made: byy is, to the
Hon. Judge of Probate, of Alachua County, at
Gainesville: for authority to sell. the Real Estatew
of J. J. Smallwood, late of said County, aco'd.,.


THE ET FLORIDIANS


New River. day in April.
Nsa 4th Monday after 4th
Nassau-.. day iuiApril.
& I&*' IV


JUST RECEIYEED






O A FTHElA .." "' "

T*-*^^:nf.''.i'. r')iu y. Mars.-^i:.; Canton Fl;mB
ne'., .->rt~r.1 nid Sh+ :il:;ti ;;.; LINEN' for
iPari .'; r;i- lurv, BrilliAn, '- Fan* .i' PqFurni-

Le r n ,- i 0 .: G
G.i, .. ', a; n4
G autietlot


AUlGUSTA!;


NOW RECEIVING,
BY Schr. Blackbird, f>u ah.ilthin.re.
1000. btuahels BEST W H ITE CORN.
50' barrels LOUR.
Mch 15 B-OyME & THOMPSON.


JOHN R. LONDON,'
Of Wilmington, N.C.
LONDON
COMMISSION
32 INDIA


NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.


Proceedings of the tity Council.

An Ordinance to provide for the holding
of-an election for Mayor, Councihnen,
and other City officers in the City of
Fernandina.
Pe it ordained, by the Mayor and Coun-
cil of the City of Fernandina. that on the
first Monday in April, A. D., 1860; and on
the first M(onday in April of each succeed-
ing year, there shall be an election for
One Mayor, Eight Council-meit, O, pi City,
Treasurer, One City Clerk, Onte City, Mar.
steal qnd One City E, gimeer each of
_whom, shall hold, his o|ce for twelve
m~athksi, and uptA his successor is elected
and qualifled.






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I -- II -~1__1. I ~---~C LI _1~ 3 .- --I- L- _I-- _~I_- I


D. J. Taylor.. T. C. Beckham.. M. L. Harrf.


.. ... I II


i


ADAMS, M'KINNEY & CO.,
IMPORTERS
BRANDIES, GINS, WINESi+eq,
iBole importeirs Imperlaf CA
&96 LiBERTY STREEt, .
NEW YORK.
. X. Adams. H, D.MoKinney. W. f, Adamo.
L Represented by J. J. NEWSOIMI, of
Georgia. .
g O'0rders respectfully solicited and filled
promptly. &I
Febp.' 196 38. ry

E. H. RICHARDS & CO,
Receiving and Forwarding sMfohants,'
CEDAR KEYS, FLORIDA.
April 28 .:


&BRO.


IT IfIt ) SE 1 SIO
OF my Sehool wi'f coiuleu.ce Ar Mo.ndaly, the
12!"! iiiji il, anti co tiiiue tiu enty weeks.
t' l'i :,. per sessio/ ;
I,. it*, .: petliug iiitl Oral Ar il!etic,. 12.00
'Ie,,;.T ;'".'* Kn^. l'si-dtim /nar, Ar ilim !*.'
HIii .-l ; '. i, .I .. ...... 15.00
n~ ierM-li.' ". .i> : u .il?- :'r a,' 'l9.00<
?.,aiin. i~ith tiAil.-; b .:. ..... .... .. ... ... '-'0.0J-
French and Greek, extra--each.....".. 5.00
M usic on imano............ -.... ............ 20.00
Usae of Ir,,Iruiinen_. ......i.......... ..... 2.50
Payablaol-HaltflHl Ad[vance.
Having obynne,] FI~InIIb I Assistants, and in-
;tending-to in'cea,,e thle corps of Teacehrs as th~e
eohool demaitnds, I hope tb-roceivoi a. liberal pitt-:
ronage in both .. , .
MlALE A.Ni> FEMALE IDEPIARTMENTS
Good Board in privet.e families can be had on
i'eaaonable terms.
'V=rA fe'w. Boaraers will be taken in the faro-
ily of, the Teaoher. .. .... -
.... .;,. .. *;"**.HOS*"A:X E;VANS.
/ March 8 ". ".'. '" 41 tf
DiBR.-JOHN P. WA (


Frech perndG neek ly located in Fernrndina,
M.usi respectfully offers hi.. services in the prac-
Utie of I r 4 ,
SURVEY, MEDICINE, ac.

to" the inhabitants of the city and vicinity.
t E . tFFICE at the Pioneer Hotel.
o',M dea ns I hope t 41 "ely

.GEORGE BELI,,-
Contractor and Builder,

,ML BRT[CK BOP, L AND PLASTERING
oPldin B lod irnapientel Grates, Stican and
'i+Furnaces fixed. i
:.' All work warranted to give tatiaction. t -
*" : t 8'' ""* 41 tf .-


The next ordinary drawing of the Rvoyal Hava
na Lottery conducted by the Spanish Gover-
ment, under the supervision of the Captain Gen-
eral of Cuba, will take place at Havana,
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, '60.

360,000 Dollars!
'SORTIE NUM9RO 633 'ORDIN4RIOI

CAPITAL PRIZE $100,000!
1 Prize of 1u0,o00 50 1,00
1 "' 55).16:"1 60 500
1 ", 30,000 153 "'* 400
1 i ,, 201000
1 10,000 20Aproxitaations8,800
4 Approximations to the $I00,000 of $600 each
Pf$400 to $50.000 ; $400 to 130,000; 4 of $400
o $20,000 ; 4 of $400 to $10,0."0.
Whole Tickets #20; ; alves 10;
Otuarters 03 .
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. I I.,
'cCommunications addressed to DON ROD-
RIG.;irEZ, (care 6t City Post, Charleston. S. C:
intil the 22nd of Mearh, hWill be attended'to.


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NOW IN STORE!
WTE have just received by the "Barque F,
S. MEANS,"
400 bushels Egyptian Black Oats.
600 do. super Dark and White Oats.
100 do. -Seed hye.
25 barrels fuper Fine Flour.
50 do. Extra Family Flour.
100 do. Super Irish Potatoes.
10 do. Onions..
10 do. Apples. N
1000 |bs. BUTTER.
400 lbs. CHEESE.
1500 Ibs. LEAF LARD.
359 Bales Hay.
5000 lbs. BACON.
2000 lbs. HA MS.
25C Pairs Extra Negro BLA,$KETS I
AND A 9AVY STOCK OP
Clothing, Furniture, Kerseys, Oflnabutrgs,
Brogans, &o., &a.,
All of which will b'e sold
VER Y LOW FO 1o CASH-9
Or, in Exchange for Cotton.
BROOME & THOMPSON.
Oct. 20 22 tf

BROOME & THOMPSON
HAVE, RECEIVED A BEAUTIFUL AS-
SORTMENT of

Ladies Dress Goods,
CONSISTING OF
VALENCIA PLAIDS
CASII ERES,
*WOOL DELAINES,
MOUSSELINE DELAINES,


S.IX month. 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 Nassau County, for floal settlement,
and will at the same time, ask to be discharged
from the administration of said Estate.
CATHARINE A. CAVEDO,
Jan 26-6m Administratrix.

CASH ADVANCES
ON


A FEW:SCHOOL BOOKS, PRAYER
Books, Hymn Books. Ao, &c., at
.;. BROOME. & THOMPSON'S.


STATE ()F FLORIDA,






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PROCLAMATION
BY THE GOVERNOR.
BY virtue of the provisions of an act of the
General Assembly of this State, entitled
An act to amnenLd IheMWilitia and _Patrol Laws
of this State," approved Deceniher 22, 1859, I,
MADISON S PERRY, Governor of Florida, do
hereby order an election to be held.on the first
Monday in May next, fur all the Division, Brig-
ade, Regimental and Company officers of the
Militia of the Staite, as follows :
For one Major General of the First Division of
the State of Florida, composed of that part of
the State West of the Suwannee River.
For one Major General of the Second Division
of the State of Florita, compscid 'of that part of
the State Eaet of the Suwannec River aud known
oa East'and South Florida
For one Brigadier General of thle First Brig-
ode composed of the Militiapf the' Counties of
Escamhia, Santa Rosan, Walton, Holmes, Wash-
ington, Jackson, Franklin and Callfun.
For one Brigadior,,eneral of the Second Brig-
ado, composed of tON Militia of thli Counties of
"Oadsden. Lihert ^Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson,,
7aylor, M.,liloii 1-iHamilton. .
For oine Brig ,dier Getieral of thro Third Brig-
nde composed of the Militia of the Counties of
Lafayette, Levy, Suwannee, Columbia,, Now
River, Alachua and Nassau
For one Brigadier General of the Fourth Br13-
a de comp(sod of the Counties of Dural,' Clay,
16t. Jlm'4, Putnam, Orange, Brevard, Volusli,
BSumpter and Marion.
14or one Brigadier General\of the Fifth Brig-
'ado composed of the Counties of Hernando, Bills-
borough, Manatee, Dadle'and Monroe.
For dne Colonel,.one Lieutenant Colonel, and
lone Major, for each Regiment as follows:
For the 1st Regiment composed of the Militia
of Escambia county.
For the 2nd Regiment, composed of the Militia
of Santa Rose county.
For the 3rd Regiment, composed of the Militia
,of Walton county
For the 4th Regiment, composed of thoe Militia
'of Wash'ington and Holmes counties
For the 5th Regiment, composed of the Militia
anklin and Calhoun counties.
the 6th Regiment, composed of the Militia
of Jackson county.
For the 7th Pegiment, composed of the Militia
of Gadsdon and Liberty counties.
For thb'8th Rlegim.ut, composed of the Miitia
if Leon county.
For the 9th Regiment, composed of the Militia
of Wakulla c!,unty.
For tho 10th Regiment, 'ap-m-3, .. of the Militia
Of Jefferson (oupty>, ,''
For the llth Regiment co-npose3 of the Militia
lof Madison, Tayl'or and Lafayette counties.
FO" tAli 12th hb-giient composed of the Militia
iOf lltnilton county. I "
For the 13tli Regiment, composed of the Militia
of Columbia, NewRiver and Suwannee counties.
For the 14tli Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Alachua couray,
Fer the lith Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Nassau county.
For the 16th Regiment, c,.:'ilOSied of the Mili-
tia of Clay and Duval counties.
For rho 17th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of St. John's and Putnwim counties.
For the 18th Regiment,'composed of the Mili-
tia of Marion county.
F,,r tile 1Q9h Pevwi.nt, enm eo"-1 "' --'"-4^ ^
tia e+, i u' ; Uplct :'' '.i-iu;"'._ (r- :' 0 -.ii *i: >'


BUSINESS CARDS,
...-..... .


'WOOD, EDDY & COX'S
GEORGIA AND DELAWARE

STATE LOTTERIES!

GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE

$100,000 0!

THE EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS
of Wood Eddy & Co's. Throe Number Lotte-
ries will take place in public, tihder the Super
Intendinc ote Sworn Commissioners) as follows:


IOT ET L S .L


CALL AND LOOK "HARLESTON ADVERTISEMENTS.


AT THE


OF
C. X-3- X-M TffC 0".
T HE subscriber would respectfully notify his
friends, the Ladies and Gentlemen of Fer-
handina and surrounding country, that he is
now installed in his new Store. where he will Le
pleased to see and serve them. IHis business
has been mufh enlarged, and bis stock of
NFW furOOSD

which he is now receiving, will be the largest
and best selection ever brought before the peo-
ple of this place.
In connection wita 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. It. 11UOT, Second Street,
Opposite the Store of Broome & Thompson
Mar. 15 42 tf


H. 0. MOSELEY.
FERNANDINA, FLA,

CONVENIENT TO TIHE
RAIL ROAD DEPOT
*AND THE

STEAMBOAT LANDINGS.
IT1 Charges Moderate.
Fob, 38 tf


Class 96 draws Saturday, February 25,'60.
Class 156 draws Saturday, March 3Ul.'60.
Class 204 draws Saturday, April 28,'60,
Nearly one Prize to every Two Tickets.

Grand Pxtraordinary Drawings,
To take place as above .pecified.


ONE GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE OF

100,000 Dollars!
1 Prize of ......$50,000 100 Prizs of.... 1,000
2 Pizes of..., 20,0U0 170 Prizes of.... 500
2 Prizes of .... 10,000 65 Prizes of... 1UO
2 Prizes of .... 6,000 65 Prizes of.... 75
2 Prizes of .... 5,000 65 Prizes of.... 60
2 Prizes of .... 4,000 65 Prizes of.. 50
2 Prizes of...- 3,000 1,810 Prizes of 40
2 Prizes of.... 1,000 27,040 Prizes of 20
32,396 Prizes amounting to......... $1,186,7S6
Whole Tickets $20; Halves $10; Quarters$5
Eighths $2,50.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the fol-
lowing rates, which is the ri-k.
-Gertifieate ,f Piek'ges 26 Wh .,e Tickets $299 00
26 Half 149 50
26 Quarter 74 75
", 26-Eighth 3737

THE ORDINARY DRAWINGS
of Wood, Eddy & Co's. Single Number Lotteries
will take place in public, as follows-
Class 62 Draws on Saturday, March 3, 1960.
Class 63 Draws on Saturday, March 10, 1860.
ClassM Draws on Saturday. March 17, 1S60.
Class 65 Draws on Saturdny, Ma rch '24-,1S60.
Class 66 Draws on Saturday, March 31, 1860.
Class 67 Draws on Saturday, April 7, 1860
Class 68 Draws oh Satatlday, April 14, 1860.
Class69 Drawson saturday, April 21, 1960.
Class 0 Draws on Saturday, April 28, i860.
Nearly Oie Prite te cvOery Nine Tlicts.
ORDINARILY DRAWING,
'To fa~e plabeo s'akiove pecifbad'.
I Grmnd aCpiital Plite of o50,000
1Prize cf.......$20,0001 1 Prize)of.....$i,500
P r (f .... l 5U of........500
11)... 'I 000, 5(y ...:0
1 iI 1" 'r" 5.. 0001 1(,0 ....... :.400
1 ........ 4,000 100 .. .. .. 300
I I ... ... .. ..3,0 0:,100 ." ....... .150
I100 ........100
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
4 Prizes'uf $400 Ap. to $50,000 are $1.600
-4 300 20,000 are 1,200
4 i 250 "1 10.000 are 1,000
4 225 "1 5,000 are 900
4 `9 2(10 "c 4,000 are 800
4 150 3,000 are 6,0
4 100 1,500 are 400
5,000 20 are 100,000
5,485 Prizes amouting to... .......... $320,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves 35; Quarters $2 1-2.
Certificates of Packag6s in the Ordinary Draw-
ings will be s(*l at the following rates, which is
the risk: '
Certificate of Pcekage of 10 Whole Tic.retst- .O

"- *: 1 .<'h ";


LEWIS F. ROUX. GEORGE S. ROMX.,
ROUS & CO.,"

Recelvhig and Forwardinig. Agents,
~ ~-AN-AS


WHITFIELD HOUSE$
FERNANDINA, FLA.,
BY J. H. M'RORY,
Location Pleasant,Healthy, and convenient to the
RAIL ROAD AND STEAM BQATS,
June 2 2 ly

PATTON HOUSE_
T I E ".PATTON .IOUSE," SITUATED
upon 5th Street near Centre, in the citySft
of X ernandina, will be opened by Miss M. J.
Patton, to-morrow, the first duf, cf July.
The House has just been completed-is com-
modious, and pleasantly situated-within a short
distance of the

BAIL ROAD DEPOT
AND

The Steamboat Landings,
Yet far enough removed to avoid the. annoyance
which a very close proximity to either would
produce.
Every arrangement has been made to supply
the -,able with the best which the season affords,
and no pains will be spared toorender the guests
of the house comfortable.
A share of the public patronage is solicited.
M. J. P ATTON.
June 30th, 1859. 6 tf


GENERAL C0 0 MM I S S 10 N" MERCHANTS,
FERNANDINA, FL&.
SPECIAL attention given to the sale of COT-
TON, MOSS, HIDES and PRODUCE gen--
orally.
-gfCottou and other Merchandize, forwarded&
with care and' dispatch.
July 7 7


AT THE

Fernandina Book Store!
Consisting 'of Ebony, Pearl and Silver Pen Hold-
ers, Gold and Steel Pen, Card Cases, Visiting
Cards, Chess-mhen an.d Boards, Back-gammon
Boards, Dominoes, &c., &c.
Ladies' Port Folios, Ladies' Work Boxes, and
many other articles.


W1verly Novels-complete Library style ;
Works of Mrs. Hentz, Mrs. Southworth, Dr.
Dick's, Dickens, T. S. Arthur, Library Edition
of all the Poets. In fact, alniost-anything you
wish, sold at Charleston and Savannah
Prices. Call and give me a trial.
TERMS CASH. T. J. WOMBWELL,
Agent,
P. S.-Patronize your own men aud build up
the great Southern City !" mar. 15-6m


REFERENCES:
Dolner potter & Co.,.... New. Yor&.
Richard Lathers, -.... do, -
E. Robbins and Bradley, do,
John Fraser & Co.,.......Charleston,. S.C(,
D. L. McRay ........... do;
Gilliland, Howell & Co., do.
Felix Livingston,.... Fernandina, F'a
A I1 Cole, ... ........ "do. *
+Geo. W Call,..........: do.
;M. S. Perry,,. , ...... Micanupy, Vfa.
Fernandina, Fla., April 7, 1'?-ly "


PROFESSIONAL CARDS.


Ang. 11


12


ly


UeJ 8B r Having purchased his"goods fo;r Ca
A D V concluded to adopt the CASH PRIN
selling, and will not be undersold in a
Or 1 O4o0Mli ern market.
_. ., ,,, fTf A call is respectfully solicited b
THE subscribers would respectfuly inform cali r ty e
iT their friends and customers, that their new" J. COHENq T
Stock of
H ar w a r -ePhysicians Prescriptions
any e hour of the Day or Night.
H ""r w ri Nov. 'l7 ,26


I


ash, he has
CQIPLE in
any South-
by
Ml D,
put up at
ly


FERNANDINA, FLA. Factors and General Commission Merchantsi
May 26 1 NO. 13 SOUTHERN WHARF,
Charleston,, S. C,
T. T. LONCG, W. M. LAWTON, R. WA1NWji.re BACO.T,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, W INBORN LAWTON, JR .- ...,
FERNANDINA, FLA. Cotton, H'des, &c., will be received and i-or
FEMAJNLiNA, FLjA. warded by the different Forwarding -Houses of
:: *, f ; ". '.-. ^. io' ;, i *: ./ ... f ,.!, a d i n a a n d J a c k s o n v i l l e
,; l V.'; :. ;.i- : .,, t';Sa~den, '-< i. _^" -'.. 15, 187 17 17y,
"l,, +ti t'..,l ('. .......... ........... BERNARD & BURR,
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DIE-ALER9 IN
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; ... .. '* ,- "PLA FERNANDINA FLA.
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cry county vf' th:- Stve.. NY( c &v so r, firm ..".x ,, T S "i
The T-. 1^ rob f' rro ,;te are hcer '-y ofierei to togelb Iir wii, a)pon rl i 'iry h yit vert;i in d"a tiuw VW~ I Iiiiiedi O-l. milum U >,*.. ..'''-- f^ i~ *5*^ "' : A ".. K- % l ry \,* t
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my in'j tha nd (!ai ca-..d twi he !ii'3;ed tne State i -
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!aw Mill.
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3ATIN&HAIRDEE,
Factors and Commission Merchantso
B. Y STREET, SAVANNAH, GE0,


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N. A. Ha._%ded.& Co., Savannah, di
R. A. AIno, ', '
A.,A. Smets, '*-.
Col.-A. S. Jones,
Hiram Roberts, p
Judge D. R- Tucker, Milledgehlie.,
Ilot. Chase. J. Jenkens, Augusta..
Capt. DavidBush, 4 mile, So.OCa.
Col. A. P. Aldrich, Barnwell C, It., C1. 0.
Gen. L.M, Ayer. 6 1
' COTTON shipped vla. F ernandina and
'-!,aed to the care 4f any of the Forwardihg
,'.znts of that place, will be promptly re-.
d. July 7--Iy


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daiiuces,/ i'uis, Aimonds,Hftsons,
Dates, Sardines, Sweet-
It meats, Jellies, Teas,
Chocolate,
LEMON SYRUP, of his own make, Ac., &c.
----ALSO:---
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Toys, Doll-babies, Willow Baskets,
Work-boxes, Cabases,
And a great many other Fancy Notions. Please
give a call and see for yourselves.
L_-'Cash orders fyrm the country will be
promptly attended to.


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CONDITION POWDERS


FOR HORSE'Sx
TTHESE CONDITION PI:'\\ [1r1-S are unsur-
_1 passed in the cure of ni..al 4!eascao that
Horses are subject to. It i.-.l-. be unless to
enmnerate the many diseases th4t these noble
creatures often suffer under, whileiew medicines
in general use give relief.
These CONDITION POWDERi need no re-
commendaticn-they are well known in Carolina
and Georgia, and need but a faithful application
to see the good results.

DIRECTIONS
One tablespoonful twice a week, in a wash
of Bran or Corn Meal, continued for two or
three weeks, fs in general sufficienN for the cure
of Hide Bound, Yellow Water, '?otts, Broken
Wind, and all diseases of the Stomlch and Bow-
els .:
PREPARED ONLY B1

-APOTHECARY HALL.
FERNANDINA, FLL
Mar. 1 40 3t


* 1 7 L *Y -"-E Y A L A i ,
Fin
n.",,r:-, ,ii:A;-koa '...' Fla.
g:'Will'practice in the State and Federal Courts
Nov. 3 24 tf

LAW NOTICE.
THE undersigned having removed his resi-
-t. 4 ce from Jacksonville to Fernandinz, will
continue the practice of the law in all the Courts
of the Eastern Circuit of Florida,* and in the
United States District Court, at St. Augustine.-
Address me at this place.
FELIX LIVINGSTON,
Att'y at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery.
Fernandina Sept. 26th 1857 ,


i adi-
.?e;ve!


Dr. Wn. M. Fitc.h, "
Professor Guenebault, and others.
June 16-1859. 4


6m


:FO:R SA T.-F-B!
.THE sul..-,.r;Icbr! have on hand a STILL
bhi,:h I ll. h ;-silu re to sell. It is nearly'AaW,
having been run only one year-in size it will
hold fifteen barrelsanad js coipjqee in all its
fixtures. We will sell it on six months tine by
giving good City acceptance: Apply to Roux &
Co., Fernandina, or to F. M. Myrell, Steamboat
Agent, Savann.ah, or to the subscribers.
TEMPLE & BRO.
Waldo, Fla.
g^'Jacksenville Standard, Savannah News,
and Charleston Courier, will advertise once a
week for four weeks and send bill to this office.
Feb. 16 38. 4i


'4


G. STARK.
22 tf


Oct. 20


JAS.G. SWAMN.

SWANN


G EyN EV RA 'L' C M M I S 1I'O04 "
SAlia IForwarding Merchauts, .
AND Co6LL9CTING AGENTS,
FERtNANDINA, FLA. -
STRICT attention paid to the cullection of Bu.
siness Paper, andto the purchase and sale'of_
Real Estate, StocktsBonds and b'the securities.
WeoReftr To-Jo:.s. Bryan & 'Son,, Savanunabh
Ga,-; Erwin & Hardee, Saoannal, Gp.; JnoQ.S.
Ryan, Charleston, So. Ca.,; Ha"'kel, Tunno &
Nowell, do.; John McRae, 'resid6ni Bank-of
Wilmington, Wiluningtun, N. t.. f' .'T. Wright,
llrecident BnIM; oF'Cape Fear, N.C0.; WhedbeeA
Dickinson, Balt. Md. 1 Watson & Meares, Xbw
York; Brown, Deuosset & fC., N. Y.'
July 14 8 tf
X:L.9a.parA'"A. W k.,Y -'
A NEGRO GIRL, named MATILDA, 'ft >-.
about 20 years of age, dark eomplex-& -
ion, with a blemish in one eye. She form- _M,
erly belonged to W. Clark, Gainesille, Fla.
A Reward of $25 will be j aNl f ,r her delivery,
-or if stolen,. $200 for the thief. She i" now ows.
ed by H. WESTBER & A Cu., .
Feb 23-39-tf Miuanapyv, Fa.-


FINE WHISKEY.


M E/]'StSRS;:T.AYLO]', BDECKHAM & C00., will
keep on hand a supply of SOUTHERN
W'HISKEY, from 2 to 5 years old, made at
"Summerdeau Factory, Va. All persons wishing
the same, will apply to them or to the under-
tigned, at Fernandina.


6mo


December 1


I Manufaeturer.


Mar. 8-41-3m '


CREMOVAL.3
FLORENCE MIASKOSKI,
<.WATCHMAKER AND JEWELERS
?a Fernamdina, Fla,
THE subscriber has removed his shop to the
residence of Capt. Burna, opposite the Rail
Road Depot, where he is prepared to repair
WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY
in a workmanlike manner, and on the most rea-
.sonable terms. All work warranted if well
used.
OLD GOLD and SILVER, taken in exchange
for work. sept. 1S, '69--ly


SIX Weeks after date I will apply to the IHon.
Jfttge of .Probate, of Nassau County, for Lct-
ters ef Administration, de bonis hone, on the Es-
tate of James Bessant, late of said County, de-
ceased. NATHANIEL WINGATE.
Feb2 36 6w\

A. MITCHELL, M. D.9
Physician and Surgeon,
"_) ESPECTFULLY offers his Professional Ser-
I L _i--. fn Jf*_-.li rj._. Q^c~ r iUA1 yifJQ


Administrator's Notice!
ALL persons indebted to the estate of J. J
.,A,, Smatlwood, late of Waldo, J la., deceased,
are requested to make immediate payment ;, an&,
those having claims against/said estate, are re-
quested to present them duly authenticated,
within the time prescribed by law.
WM. C. TEMPLE, Adm'r..
- ,Mar. 1-40-tf Waldo, Fla.

DR. D. P. CUTCHIN
0'FFERS his Professional services to the citi-
zens of Fernandina and adjacent country.
1D*r.C. will be f-,und at Dr.Conhen's Drug Store
.during the day, and at the Pivneer Hotel at
night. feb.16-38-tf


J. l. VN lANT.


T- i 'Tl- I


Fc ernandi, ist .Dec. lO5.
SREFERENCEs:
"Hon. S. A. Smith, Commis'r. General Land Office.
Hon. J. S. Wilson, Acting Com'r. "
Dr. Wm V.H. Brown, Chief Clerk Pablic Lands.
HOe. D. L. Yulee ......... Hon. Geo. S. Hawkins.
Hon. Geo. W. Call ....... Ex-Gov. J. E. Broome.
A. E. Cole, Esq.......... Joseph Finegan, Esq.
M. A, Williams, Esq.
Dec.1]5 ly


DIEBERGES,

CHALLIES,


DRESS SILKS,


THE UNDERSIGNED WILL MAKE LIBE-
RAL. cash advances on any quantity of
cotton shipped to their friends for sale in Savan-
nah, Charleston, New York or Liverpool
Dawemer I" ROOMM& TIIOMPSQO.


ROBES A'JUPE, &c., &c,.
CLOAKS, SHA W LS, ETC,, ETC.
CALL AND SFE.
October 13 ;


Co-partnership Notice!
THE 2ut,:ribers haring entered into partner-
ship on the lhth of July last, would respect-
fully inform their friends, the people of Fernan-
dina and vicinity, that. fhey have established
themselves in business, in Fernandin't, as -
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
-and respectfully solicit their patronage. Office
over McRorj's Grist Mill.
G. F.,SPEER,
G. W. ARNETT.
N. B.-Plans and Specifications furnished or
reasonable terms and with -promptness.


HENRY C. DOZIER,
JOHN D. BROOME.
22' 6m


The Last Notice!
ALL persons indebted to the subscribers, are
hereby notified that unless payment is
made before the Spring Term of Court, their
notes and accounts will be most positively placed
in the hands of a Lawyer for collection, with in-
structions to bring suit without any discrimina-
tion. Longer indulgence cannot and ill not be
-:.-a T\T/ > A "< L lh A Ii/nvTarT


Oct- 20


Land for Sal0!
THIS. land is situated'near thf city of Per-
-nandina, Florida, and contain& Sixi A re
and 11-100 of an acre, and wif!bewsold Ulmiporea-.::
-sonable terms to early applicants. Pwsons de-
siring to purchase are'referred to thi. printed'
Map of Fernandin~a, for its location. :l'has been
recently -e-surveyed, and the Surveyor report&
it as rich and well wooded-land. For further par%


Lime and Hay!
Qf~ Casks: Fresh Burnt Lime,
.300 300'Bales Superior Hay.
!For sale by ROUX A CO.,


31. T TAVT.YO


Gainesville Academy,
THE EXERCISES of this Institution were
resumed January 2nd, 1860.
The Female Departm'ent in connection with
the Male, commenced in the new Academy,
about the first of March, under the superintend-
ence of an accomplished corps of Teachers, who
will impart instruction in Music, French, Orna-
mental Branches, te., at the customary rates of
Tuition.
It is our design and highest aspiration to make
this Academy merit the patronage of the entire
community.
Tuition as previously published.
No deductions, unless, in case of protracted
sickness.
Board $10 or-$12 per month.
Parents desirous uf having their sons and
daughters prepared to enter College, or wishing
them to receive a thorough Academical Educa-
tion, either Linguistic or Mathematical, are re-
spectfully solicited to give us a trial.
Too much of our wealth is expended in other
States instead of our own, for the purposes of
Education. Let us rear up, foster, and patrQn-
iNe our own literary institutions.
Gainesville is one of the healthiest locations in
the interior of the State. It is accessible East
and West by Florida Railroad ; North and South
by tri-weekly stages.
Foz further information reter to
J. 11 ROPER, A. M., Principal,
Feb. 2-36-tf Gainesville, Fla.


PAVILION HOTEL.
H. L. BUTTERFIELD) Proprietor.
C CHAItLLESTON, S. C.
Dec. 15 O ly


FERNANDINA HOUSE,
BY


NEW CHEAP STORE


TAYLORBECKHAM &CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND'
RECEIVING AND FORWARDIIN4 AZNTS,
FERlWNANS]b A t* DA., ....' ", ..A
Agents. for Steamer Carolina, and the
Savannah and Plorida Line of Steam. -
ersaSt. Marys and: St. Johnsm and
., NeWr York. Li^e of Packe& .
Liberal;CASH,"advance& made on ttlon
consigned to our friends in Charleston,
and Savannah.


Col. G. *. Gall. Fernandina,.%i, Wm4 X.-
Lawton & Co., E. Laiftt & Go., Charleston, S. 0.
A. Brantly, Madison Fla. ; Gbv. M. S. Perry,."
Miognopy, Fla.; W, Brantly, Oeala Fla; Ped-
elford, Fay & Co., Messr-s. Boston & Villalonga,.
Me~srs. Tison &" Gordon, Sawvannah Ga. ;- Gea..
A. McRae, Wilmington N,.C. Messrs. Dolluer
Potter & Co., New York.
Fernandina, F1&iv. October r-4, 1958.-tf


E. P. CUYLER.,
238 KING STREET, (in the Bend)
OPPOSITE BEAUFAIN STREET.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY OT HAND
A SUPi~tT _Lj-L^^H
GOODS FOR THE FA-LE.

Attention is called to the large assortment of

German Zephyr Worsted
EMBROIDERY PATTERNS.
CANVASS, FLOSS, SEWING TWIST,-
Embroidering Silks.


MAGNOLIA HOUSE
GAINESVILLE, FLA.


R. M. HEATH, PROPRIETOR.
1-W Is prepared to accommodate Regular
and Transient Boarors.
Dee. 8 29 tf


PIONEER HOTEL,
A. COY, Proprietor.
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA- it
July 7 7 tf


WVTorteds
Of all shades and colors for EMBROIDERING,
Itead Dresses, Rigolettes,
Wdrsted Shoes, Leggins.
MITTS AND MITTENS.
Worsted 'Sacks, Mantles, Opera Hoods,
Lace awln Mnslin Embroidered Collars,
Sleeves and Chemizetts,
, FUR MUFFS, CAPES ANA^UFFS,
-ash, Belt, Sarcenet and Scotch Pla1t Ribbons,
CHtENILLE, BE-IDS, BUGLES,
GOLD AND SILVER BRAID,
All the Newest Styles of Dress, loak and



Together with a splendid variety ot

French & Fancy Articles,
FOR
SW7eddri 'i g

AND

BIRTH- DAY PRESENTS,
At Wholesale and Rjd',i. .,
gjOrders for all kinds of Embrollerias, Tra-
cing, &c., will be promptly attended to.
E. P. CUYLiER,
238 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
Dec. 15 r 6in


Advertisement.
A PERMANENT situation is wanted imme-
diately by a Scuthern Lady, to take charge,
or assist in the Music Department of a large
School-one in East Florida is preferred, but
will not object to go to any other part of the
State. She is thoroughly qualified to teach the
Piano, Guitar and Singing. Also, sacred vocal
music in classes, and is an organist. If desired,
she will impart to her pupils a knowledge of
thorough-Base.
Address,
CAROLINA,
* .Newbtrn, Newton Co., Geo.


GREAT EXCITEMENT
AT T11F
CHARLESTON CONVENTION!
AUSED by theo mtge, well assorted, and
cheap stock of "


Miscellaneous and School Books,
JUST RECEIVED


E.A. A. 116JU TORDS-
SECOND STREET,.
FERNANDINA, FLA.
DRALERS IN.
Grain, Flour, Bconl, tLiquo-s and
Groceries, Generally.
TERM S...................................... CASIL
Reference :--J. A. Brckmyer, Charleston
1. C.; E. H. Rogers-& Co., do.;. Lanneau, Smita
t Whilden, do.; R. Q. Pinckney, Jr, d,..; W. V
Tunno, do,; Jeffords & Co., do.
Aug. 18 1'3 l. y


Feb2 36 2 tt

NEIW STORE !


FRESH DRUGS!

Genuine Chemicals!!

Imported and Domestic Perfumeries!

WARRANTED OF THE BEST QUALITY.


DR. J. COHEN
EGS to inform the citizens of Fernandina
and Eastern Florida, generally, that he is
now prepared to furnish them such goods as are
usually to be found in a

First Class Drug Store,
Every article has been selected by him with
e utmost eare as to QUALITY, and he flatter
self that his long experience as a Physician
as enabled hriiu to use such care as will recom
B-cnd his goods to Physicians and those desiring

Pure Medicines.


B. A. -COACHMAN,
FORWARDING & 'OMMI$SION
MERCHANT AND GROCER"
FERNANDINA. FLA. "
SPECIAL attention given to REC.EIVIN(.
and FORWARDING, and Sale of COTTON
and other Produce.


BAILY PAPER
IN
FERNANDINA.
E ARLY in April, we will colmmenco thelib-
lication of a DAILY PAPER in Fernan-
dina, to be called the

DAILY EAST FLORIDIAN.
The paper will be ULTRA Southern in senti-
ment and strongly Democritic in principles. It
will be at the same time a first-elass commercial
and literary paper-giving the very latest Tele-
graphic intelligence, (liter by 24 hours than can
be received by either the Savannah or Charles-
tkn papers).
The subscription prte will be Six Dollars'per
annum, payable invariably in advance.
Advertisements will be inserted at the usual


GEO. DEWVjSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FERNANDINA, FLA.


tli it ii -! -r


R. W. CAM1PBELL9
ATTORNEY AT LAW.


WM. M. LAWTON & CO.,


GROCERIES
A N D


Milliney & Dress Making.
MRS. D. JONES
HAVING locatedvin the City of Fernandina,
is prepared to furnish the Ladies of the
'City and vicinity, with the most approved
styles of
BONNETS, FLATS, RIBBONS,
Flowers, Laces and Embroideries,
with many other Fancy Articles-wholesale or
retail-on the most reasonable terms for CASH.
, Otde ifromn t' country-' proynptly-at
tended to. Cob. l6-39-3m


PROVISIONS!
THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RESPECT-
FULLY inform the citizens of Fernandina
and surrounding country, that they have just-
opened a

AND

Grocery Store,
ON"
SE COND-STREET
where will be constantly on hand the following
articles, viz :-Flour, Bacon, Pork, Fisb, Pota-
toes, Onions, Teas, Sugar, t6ffee, Cheese, Butter,
Lnrd, SRj Ctndtles, Syrup and Vinegar. -Also,
Liquorud real Havana Segars, and other
things ,:o numerous to mention.' Country orders
promptly attended to. '
Terms Cash. JAS. J. KELLY & BBO.


DOZIER & BROOME
General Commission erchants
,AND DEALERS IN



GROCERIES,

HARDWA RV, &e.
FERN ANM 'NA, D. LA A.

T H E nndeysigned have this. day
formed a copartnership ,Under the
name and style of the above entitled
firm, for the purpose of-carrying :on am
GENERAL MEROAZTILEB BUSINESS.
They will keep always on hald a good as-
sortment ef
3D3?y Groodis,
.l Gr 4(: CT C3E2 XER X 30 M

and everything in their line needed by chants and Planters generally, which they will
sell as low as can be bought- in the market for
IT- Cash or C0untry Prodice..j
In addition to their General Business, they
will also do a
Receivilig, Forwalrding and Cummisslon
Business, ,
E V.'Stridt attention paid to the rle of Cotton
.and otber Produce.


G ENE RA L

,IAND AGENCY
:" ToTR THE
: STATB OF 'FLO RIDA.
rC^ti' ceribqr, having been connected with
J he'Flortd ~ivisiot- te8HCa-ai*
Office in Washington,-`tlebe past seven years,
would respectfilly, info the citieni of Florida,
that he has established an 'Agency at Fernan-
dina, for the transaction of public Land business
before the general Land Office.
Ile will attend to contested cases,' correcting
Errors of Entry -and Locationi perfecting Gra-
duation and Pre-emption Entries: 'and Armed
Occupation Claims. '
Attention also given to prosecuting Bounty
Land, and Pension .Claims ; purchasing, selling.
and"locating Land Warrants, and'all other busi
ness relating to Public La.ia


EMPLOYMENT!
$50 TO $1i06 PER MONTH !
-'--r-.eetrgatic young,-mar is wanted in Bach
-Lsection of the' South and West, to'ot ast
agent in an easy and useful business, by which
the above wages of cen.iin'y be realized.-
yL[ There is no ",* ba.- lhere.,9 For ful
parttella;m-s, terms, &c., address (inclu-ing stamp
to pay return postage) W. R. TERRV,
. Jan 5-32 tf Rockingham, N. C.


The State of FlFrtlda--Nassau .Comfy.
Spring Term. Suwannee Ciremt.,
George, W. Call )
vs. ^Patition for Partition.
Steamer Everglade. -
XTO Arthur E. Cochran, S. Sueedon, L. E.
1 Trescott, Cooper & Frazer, Colin Lightbody,
Hanckel, Tunno & Co., and Robert Muir -Yoa
are hereby notified of the filing of the above Pe-
tition for the Partition of the Steamer Everglade,
%nd that the Petitioner will move the said Court
%t the Spring Term.thereof, for the appointment
,if Com~iissioners to divide the ame under the
)tatuto in such, eases made and provided.
FLEMING, LONG & BUTLER,
Jaq 26-3m Att')s. for Pe ner.


Fresh Corn and Grist, Low for Cash.
TIIE public are notified that the F-MNAN-
DINA 6RIST" ILL,;" is in dally opera-
tion, and fresh Meal, Grits or Corn, can be had
at any time and in any quantity--grourd and
shipped to order, 'The Meal and Grits shall be
clean and free of bran, if required. Address,
Zernandina, Grist Mill, or,


A NEGRO WOMAN about thirty years n,
of age. She is an excellent house,S
/ servant and is sold for no fault,: For fur-k
ther particulars apply to











CHARLESTON ADVERTISEMENTS.


_. __ _:.__I_ _. ___~-.


-. W. RAIM,
ii AAC, STANTON.
,; M. CLAPP.


Col. A. G. Summer, Marion County, Fla,
Ex-Gov. J. E. Broome, Fernandina, Fla.
Roux & Co., ." .
Col 1. Timanus, 1 "
Rev. Win M. Kennedy, "IS + "
Joi-pl Firiogari, Esq., "
Nov. '24 27 tf


vim. SuMMERK,
'Poiaria, S, 0.
Dec. 23, 1858.-..tf r-


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BEEF, BEEF,


JUST received at Apothecary Ilal, a FRESH
assortment of G A R D E N and FLOWER
SEEDS, all of the growth of this year-warrant-
ed in kind and good qualities.
Beets in variety, Beans, do., Cabbage, do.,
Carrot, do., Cucumber, do., Leek-London, Let-'
tucoin variety, Mustard, White, Parsley, culled
and plain, Peas in variety, Radish in variety,
Turnips, do.-Ruta Baga, Yellow and White.
Herbs and Flower Seeds.
THOS. McMILLAN,
Apothecary Hall, Fernandina.
'Sept. 22 18 tf

1NT4C>OTZ3CME3!
SIX months after date we will (as Executor
and Executrix of the Estate of Thos. King)
presentwur account and vouchers, to, the J;udgo
of Probate, of Nassau County, foT.4inal settle-
ment, and will at the same time, -ask to be dis-
charged from the administration of, said Estate.
MARIA T. KING, Executrix.
JOSIAH. KING, Executor.
Dee. 2R_ 6it


lTotioe.
IX months after date, I will, as Administra
tor of the Estate of Leroy J. Hagin, present


~--e


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STEAMBOATS.

U. S. MAIL ROUTE.
FOR CHARLESTON, S. C.


THIE,SUPERIOR SEA STEAMERS


CAROLINA,
J. J. FLINN, Commander:


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3 cc 1 cc
4 1 "
1-3 colu'n 1 "1
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The Fort Clark Plantation
-Eg OC = T .--i^ !
HIS Plantation is a portion of g SS
the Aredondo Grant, in Ala-, TL.
chua County, East Florida, andou.. 4l^S^'
contains ci a~
9 1000 ACQES;

One-half of which is cleared and 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 Presby-
terian Church in the immediate neighborhood.
The character of the soil is pine land-mixed
.land'antd hammock.
With the place will be sold. if desired, CORN,
FODDER, and tho stock of
HOGS, CATTLE, &c.


S. ADKINS, Cow,tit.l/zr,
PASSAGE AND FREIGHT


Cotton taken by this Line, at SIXTY CENTS
PER BALE, and all Merchandize at
very Low Rates.
LEAVE Fernandina daily, (Sundays excep-
ted) at 4 P. M., or immediately after the
arrival of the Mails and Passengers by the Flo-
rida Rail Road.
Passengers for Wilmington, Weldon, Rich-
mond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
and New York, will take the Cars of the North
Eastern Rail Road, leaving Charleston daily, at
1 P.M., and 11 P.M.
TAYLOR, BECKIIAM V CO.,
Dec. 8-29-3m Agents.


Estate and Legal Notices to .b
charged the same as transient
Advertisements, except Notice of
Dismission as Administrator, for
which the charge shall be .......... 10 00
Advertisements handed in for publication,
, not specifying the number of insertions,
to be published till forbid and charged
in accordance with above scale.
Contract advertisement payable quarterly,
advertisements for strangers and transient per-
sons payable in advance.*All others will be j
considered due when call. d F
BOOK & JOB PRINTING.
In connection with this establishment in a BOOK 11
& JOB PRINTING OFFICE, where every de-
scription of Printing is executed with neatnes
and despatch. Particular attention paid to all
kinds of Mercantile Printing.
WASHINrGTON
Ircon < W~orlsj.1

NEWBURGI, N. Y.

THE subscribers would respect-
J- fully announce to their friends and the pub.
lie that having recently added to their esta. -
lishment the entire stock of TOOLS, PATTERNS,
&c., from the Highland Iron Works, they are
prepared to furnish at short notice
Marine and-Stationary Steam'Engines and Beil-
ers of every description ...-
Propeller and Propeller Engines, of all sizes.
Portable Steam Engine3 and Boiler, 'from 2 to
12 horse pover.
Sugar Cane %fill and Sugar Refining MacHnery.
Including Vertical and Horizontal Mills-for
Horse or Steam Power, for Plantation Use, Boil-
ers, Ladles, &c.
Grist Mills for Whe t and Cort, with attendant
Machinery.
Gang Circular and Saab SawMilIs, of most mod-
ern construction.
Brick Machinery, for Horse or Steam Power.
Bark Mills and GenerALAIill Work for Tanners.
Wrought and Cast Ir0Pipes for Steam, Water
or Ga.s
Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys, Pillow Blocks, and
all descriptions 'cf Gecring.
Iron and Brass Castings of every variety. -
Wrought and Cast Iron Fittings for Rail Road
Cars.
Artesian Wqll Tubes, of all sizes, wlth both
Screw a n.l Lockqt Joint.
Wrought and Cast Iron Railing for Fences, Ve-
randahs, Ac.
All of our work will be delivered on shipboard
in New York, if required, free of any extra
charge.
Being near the City of New York, and in ready
communication with all parts of the country, the
subscribers can at short notice supply all demands
for any description of machinery in the foregoing
schedule, on the most reasonable terms.
Reference may be had to the following gentle-
men now using our Machinery. c
M3essrs. Peapek & Sash, Madison C; II., Fla.
Col. J. B. Sfandlley. Newnansville, Fla.
S. M. Hull, Esq., Little River, Columbi,&, Fla.
Messrs Ande(rson A Bullock, Silver Spring, Fla.
E" -.r,.,uknkgh(,Mia,.,i.W l .
G 1.W. Means, .
J.'G. CAtneron, : |
qMessrs. Broome& Thompson, of Fcrnahdin |,
ill act as our agents for the State or Florida-
and keep constantly on hand'Sugar Mills, for
Plantatioii Use with Pans, Boilers, &c., &c.
Mr. E. F. Bell, of Micanopy, will also act as a
l.,oal Agent forteceiving orders and putting up
,Mlachnery.
Any order transmitted through our Agents as
a above, will i eceive our prompt atrention. '
I. STANTON & CO. '


with a list of our stock, can be had as usual gratis, on application to
'FOGARTIES & STILLMAN,
,, 257ZK] Dec. 15-30-Gm CHARLESTON, S. C.


(WPersons wishing to purchase land in Flo-
rida, will do well to examine the ;|I..' place
before investing elsewhere.
lFI. Z Fetner, on the plantation, will show
the lands, &c., to any one wishing to buy.
EV'For further particulars enquire at this
Office. *- Nov. 3-24-tf


:o.


1 Ull /VTIJ ! UA A2UMLIIfUML6
CHOLERAA YRUP, prepared from Roots and
Herbs, and warranted purely vegetable-all
the product of the South, and never known to
fail in curing the most inveterate cases, when
used according to directions. It combines Tonie,
Stimulant and Astringent 1-ri' .-'pi. ., consistent
with the Laws of nature in restoring the stomach
and bowels to healthy action. Prepared only at
Apothecary Hall, Fernandiua, Fla., by
Jan 19-3m THlOS, McMILL&N.
TO HOUSE-KEEPERS AND

MERCHANTS.
T HE undersigned ,."- _
&execute ail kinds n ~
of TIN, S1HE E E T .
IRON. ZIN C and ,--. "-2B-^. "t
COPPER WORK, :.- .::-,,. i. ._: .
such as ROOFINC. & _. -_L-. 2,1 t <.
GUTTERING houl- '^ ^ ^-1--;*.'
ses, making STOVE ::
P I P E S, and Air- --, ---'* .:=-,*- ^
Tight BURIAL CA- ? \ .S^~~ -~
k'SES !. We keep also
on hand all de,-criptions of STOVES. We also
manufacture and keep always for salT e Whole-
sale and Retail, every variety of Tip flarer, and
a general assortment of varouse-Fiofishing Goods,
of the best quality and materl!.t-
jpall ordetB promptly Sttn.' rr.."lI .R .u
' S re..ic,, l Shop on "Second St,..., r.,.r (hc t"


Ded. 15-30-6m


JOHNKENIFICK ............... WA-SKRINE, ALD-. SEWING MACHINES!
KENIFICK & SKRINE, I The Perfection of Scientific Arrangement and
Mechanical Simplicity
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN M Smit
IS ATTAI-NED BY THE
DRUGS, MEDICINES, GROVER & BAKER'S
nx ioso S'-l(A& .E {'0., 9

PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES
IM~h0\ ND6E-'.E,8;8 A1\t HINES
i ~ ~ ~ N j 9.r. t.*. ,_ Pi. i.;cltlnigtJruimct:* r all
On t,+ ,, ,, -,, ,-,r, . r :t i.... ]..i :- ,~ir .I; .n... th0l I c. I ". tjte.' ....'
On Il,.^ .. I Q.'f.. ite l ,* i .^ .h -, .,!: to
N0.260 KIN ( TE T VILAN l' TITh..,J ...,,, t ;i ,i,:. i. ndly ,r,,J.:i -i.,od,
"' I-[_+iL IrTTO 11 Un T 1 +l++;t n tt n l ?> < and ,*.;,', ,x'l, .Tl;.,1i.. ith.: .Itii .I..I .. 'lIhere
CH A R LE ST O Y 9 isno t ,,... r.a' -i.::.. k .. -.-..1 r..il; ,, they
Dec. 15 30 tf require ten ir..j.,.. dl a;g day, when in con-
stant use i,,.,.' v ake no more noise than a
cCOMPOIND BFLYD EXTRACT OF common CIO .,I',twhen making fifteen hundred
stitches' -.r i, i.. 'l ., ,.. '- .t child
Sarsaparilla, Queen'S. Delight, &C,, I ten years i, ,,L-,,h' l.. l,,.l They
-r ,, run +fast (..**. .'-+.yi~t" ans .d i,.: r-',.t. ,ltcrnna
F O R P u rify in g th e B loo d a n d rem ov in g all d is- th e. le ngt ", -i-_tr t, ,1 rh ::n tj- r .. y w ill
F eases arising from the impurity of the saimo, HIum, Fill ,; 06d,, B fll .CtK:.h "'i,.|I ,,l.roider,
andis especially recommended for the cure of in so sup,. ri.., ,, ,,, ,.,"thil' , ,II. i Rhetumatism, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Ulcetation of parison The same Machine will sew pavilion
the Throat and Legs, Pains and Swellings of gaause and plantation goods. The scam is elastic
as the most elistic fabric, and will not break in
the Bones, Tetter, Pimples in the Face, washing or ironing. The same Machine runs
Old Sores, and all Cutaneous Erup- silk, linen thread and common spool cotton, with
Mtiow, Neuralgic Affections, equal faeilky. The needles are shooter, and
therefore stronger than any other high or low
I Mercurial Disea~ses, priced Machire. T'hat they are superior to all
And for assisting the operation and preventing others is evident from the fact of ttere having
fatal consequences of Mercurials in Syphilis. been thirty thousand Machines made and sold,
For the Composition of this Preparation. and in competition with others already in successful
* the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's Delight, operation. T'e question is no longer which is the
Physicians are referred to the -5th and 6th Nos. best maker, Aut which of the numerous patterns
Vol. I, of the "Southern Journal of Medicine of BAKER 'GROVER shall I take.
and Pharmacy." PRICES 0 01 TO -9130r
The Stillingia Sylvatica, (Queen's Delight.) S O TO u 130-
deserves much more notice than has been be- N. B.-Orops on Factors taken in payment.
stowed upon it. It has been used for the last I, W KINSMAN,
tan or fifteen years by several of our most dis- I


July 21


EEM ILEI & BENNETT,
l Fernandina, Fla.
a tf


,:x" ,.. V PO)MARIA9 S. C.',.i.. '^--.
'*r ., ,._- S,1

-`NURSERIES.
CATALOGUES SENT TO ALL WIIO
APPLY.
Charleston Agents-Messrs- INGtRAIIAM &
WEBB
F'RU IT TREES-APPLE, APRICOT, CIIER-
RIES, Nectarines, Peach, Pear, Plum,
Quinces, Figs, Service Trees, &c. All the ap-
proved varieties adapted to Southern culture.
NUT TREES-Almonds, L..,h 1. Walnuts, or
Madeira Nuts, large fruited Spanisn Chesnuts,
Pecan Nats; all of which bear early in our cli-
mate.
GRAPES--Native and Foreign; the best sorts.
STRAWBERRIES AND RASPBERRIES--
Lawton B'lackberries, thalbest varieties, giving a
Succession of fruit in the season.
EVERGREEN TREES AND ;. 11C1 . ROS-
ES, dc.--Tho largest andtiMost varied collection
in the South.
.HEDGE PLANTS-_-Osage, Orange, and Ma-
cartney Rose. for field ; ArborVitae, Priuts, Cas )
sina, &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.


tinguished Physicians, and I believe they have
never had cause to deny to it a high rank among
-our indigenous medical plants. (Ed. So. Jour.
Med. and Phar.) L B0HEPARED BY
KENUFICK & SKRINE,
6hemists & T' ,,.jj,':-.
Sole Proprietors of the celebrated
PALMETTO YEAST POWDER,
For making Buckwheat and all .kinds of Cake,
Biscuits and Light Bread. dec. 15-tt

J. E. SUARES,
282 AND 284 KING STREET.
OFFERS HIS LARGE AND WELL SE-
LECTED STOCK OF FASHIONABLE

which he is, constantly receiving, by every arri-
val from the North, and principally trom the
best manufactries in New York, consisting of
Rosewood, Walnut, Oak and Mahogany Furni-
ture ; Parlor Setts, in Brocatelle, Reps and Hair
Cloth; also, a large assortment of Enamel Cham-
ber Setts; together with a general assortment,
which he offers on as good and reasonable terms
as any.othe house.
All orders attended t,> with dispa.ch. Goods
carefully packed for the country.
Dec- 15 tf

40 Ma. C> 1 X-3: XNZ FT Or
FOR

Gentlemen and Youth,

A LARGE and FRESH STOCK OF LATEST
AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, of the
above named goods, at
JONES & HANABERGH'S,
213 KING STREET,
V'Next to Robert Adger & Co.._j
& J. C. LOGAN, Supor't,
F. C. MILLER,
E. W. POOSER,
Dec. 15-6m JAMES M NELSONN.

PUMPS, PUMPS.
UST received a large assortment of'the latest
approved Patent
LIFT, SUCTION AND FORCE PUMPS,
for Cisterns, Wells, Railroad Tanks, and Planta-
tion use.
The Force Pumps are furnished with hose and
nozzles, so that by the power ofone 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 use.
Orders receive from Cording & Co's celebra-
ted Town Fire Engines, Hrmp, Rubber orLeath-
er House, Suction Pipes, &c., &c.
RROOM PJT Ak. TT-TMl/rT0N_\


may 26-1-tf


FL0 IDA RAIL ROAD.
A T a'meeting of the Board of Directors of the
^.. Florida Railroad Company held at Fernan
dima on the 7th day ofNovember, A. D. 18657, the
following resolution was adopted;
WnLuE %-., The work on the Florida Railroad
h ,rirg a, Il .oIw.'., to a condition which bings it inj
to useful connection with the business of the in
terior, and the practicability of a successful pro.
secuti6n of it to the tnd being reasonably demon-
strated, the C.(:.i I.:aII wlhi..hh t u.,1far conduct
ed theenferpri,( P.-11 .-r tb h inr has been
reached where tIh,.,nv h'>pe F6 t.e met by the
confidence arn ,:.... .... er ti.,n uf the 'Plaalars and
merchants of the inlori,,r.
Therefore Ee 5lred, That the Secretarv be de-
rected to invite subscriptions to the Stocks of the
Company upon the same terms as heretofore, and
to take'such steps as may afford the most, con-
venient opportunity to the inhabitants of the sev.
eral interested count ies It take Stock.
A true copy from the minutes.
. + 'GE0. W. CALL, See'y.
In pursuanqe of the foregoJng, resolution no-
tice is hereby gner, that the .book of the Com-
pany are permanently open at Fernandina where
subscriptions may be made either in peron .erby
lener, the amount ofhe present assessment 6Iibin
$10Wo on eachshare of $100 00. This Company
is the owner oftown sitesaof Fernandina.and e-
dar Key, And'also 750,000 acres of land, Aro-
perty which had been appraised at over $2,000,
000, and it is believed that a furLher assessmenk
of from$8 00 to $10 00 per share will be sufftire
ent to finish the road. F '
GEO. f. CAlL:Seery.
jau,13' "5

VALUABLE i :|

iReal Estate fbr Sale.
TI1E "SOLANO GRANT" situated 0e&
East side ol' ihe St. John's river below Pieq
,iat, conutatining l0u0 aores. River froatof 2 l-Z-
mil'L1' nd' an


34,412 Prizes, amounting to ..........8$1,030,472
TICKETS $16-HtALVES $8-QUARTERS $4,
EIGHTHS $2.
Certificates of 26 Wholes $250-Certificates of
26 Hllves 0125--Certificates of 26 Quarters,
$62.60;> PLEASE TAKE NOTICE!
That in ordering Tickets, the only thing ne-
dessary to insure safety and dispatch,, is, that
you address us, in a plain .hand, giving your
Post Office, County, and State. and your orders
will be answered by return mail I
That we send the Official Printed Drawing to
empry patron, immediately after the same is
issued, and with the Drawing a Statement to
each individual of what he or she has drawn.
Thtttwe'cash all Prizes under $1,000 Immedi-
ately after the Drawing, in Specie, Bank Notes,
or Drafts. :.
(3AI11 communications strictly confidential.
Purchasers will please write their signatures'
plainand give their Post Offibe, County and
State.

Containing full explanations of our Schemes,
Ac., will be forwarded, by mail, to any one
leading us his name.
Address all orders to
HODGES, DAVIS & CO.,
Nov. 10-'59. iMACON, GA.
BROOME & THOMPSON ) Attachment.'
vs. Sum Sworn to $194
'WILLIAM MIZ. ) Bond Filed $380
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF THE
.,71 the institutiornof thi. 4uiL. All parties are
\ hAreby notified, tihoreof, that they must appear
and plead to the declaration filed in said case.
4b Otober 13 -BROOME & THOMPSON.


$366,040


25:82S Prizes amounting to


CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold
at the following rates, which is thlisk :
Certificate Aof P'kges of 10 Whole Tickets, $60
10 Half Tickets, 30
10 Quarter Tickets, 15
10 Eighth Tickets, 7.50
In Ordering Tickets or Certificates
Enclose the money to our addressfor the tick-
ets ,ordered, on receipt of which they will- be for
warded by first mail. Purchasers can have tick-
ets ending in nny figure -hey m.,y designate.,
The List ot iDrawn numbers and Prizes will
be sent to purchasers immediately after the
drawing.
The list of; drawn numbers and prizes will be
seit to Purchasers immediately after, the. draw-
ing.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENCE.
Those whok prefer not sending money by mail,
ean use
THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
whereby money for Tickets, in sums of
Ten Dollars, and upwards, can be sent us
AT OUR ISK AND EXPENSE,
from any city or town where they have an
office. The Money and order must be en.
closedcin a "Government Post Qffice stam-
ped Envelope," or the express company
cannot receive them.
Ali communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or'Certificates, by
Mail or Express, to be directed
McE.INNE'Y O..f,
October 3 Sav:,nnah, Ga.


,TOIXIC03ES
1'FO.R THE LAST TIMEE!!
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 immediate want of funds. If not paid
before the above speifded .timeL they will be
.placed in the hands of Messrs. Dawkins & Mc-
Dionnell, for UnAeuJg.e 4' 16t -ef
,RAMiSEY & fiAIN Y.
Gaineosville, Aug-. 4 11 ll"


vOKANGE GROVE OF WD0 TREES
.. price very low. Also "I -
A Valuable Plantation of 32401
Acres in Leon County
in -good order either with or without negroes anct
plantation fixtures. A rare chance. Forfurthel
particulars enquire of
april 7, 18'9-tf BROOME k.THOMPSON.
P. S. A number of lots in this city with aWnAi
without improvements for sae.

FIRE, MARINE AND LIFEi!


Southern Mutual Insurance Co., Athens, Gsk
Reserve Fund, $- +- 8200,00a,
ASBURY HULL, President.
ALBON CH-A\SE, Secretary,
Augusta Insurance and Banking Com'y.2,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Capital, -. -- I 437-50%
W. M. DIANTIGNAC, President.
C. F. MoCAY, Secretary.
Southern Mutual Li-fe Insurance Com^Vk
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Cash on hand, Sept. 1, 1858, 157.37!
Hon. W. D. DESAUSSURE, Fresident.
F. W. MiMASTER, Acfuary.
C. F. M,:'CA.V, Cw&Iulting Actuary,'
The undersigned is prepared to take risks in;
he, above responsible Companies) and from their
well known liberal policy in the settlement of
losses, as' well as being Soulh.rn Companies,
will recommend them to the public.
JaOH- T JOXPSON, -ent.


r VpJIlE subscribers having n.io Ved a lih-p
X o. eral shares of thic pnblicl-zatronge' I',a r
- *ioh they feel very grateful, would n,..,tiy tue
public by way of str,,nger evidence of gratitude,
'that they have purchased OVER ONE HUN-
DRED HEAD OF CHOICE BEEF CATTLE,
.and intend keeping their stalls supplied with the
choicest fresh meats.
Aug. 18-13-tf LANG & CO.


Cl1ty- Macos frox" 8 tle
T,'W0 ,valuable lots in this City, Lots No 20
I-.1 -'and 21, in Block 1, situated on the corner
of Second and Alachua Street@. Apply to
Aug44-11 tf TAYLOR, BECKUAM & CO


T'HE unsettled Accounts of the late firm of
.1 YOUNG & BECKHAM, are in the hands of
the undersigned for collection. All 'persons-in-
debted will please 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. BECKHAM,
July 28-10-tf Fernandina, Fla.


Copartnership Nottce.
q H E undersigned have this
,L day formed a Copartnership for the practice
,of MEDICINE and SURGERY, in all thdir
branches.
J.F. LESESNE; M. D.
.D. P. BEATTY, M. D.
Fernandina, May 26 1 tf


Britannia and Block-Tin Goods, Table Cutlery,
Japanned Ware, Brooms, Brushes, Wooden
Ware, Plated Spoons, Forks, &c.
HOUSE-KEEPING HARDWARE,
OF ALL KINDS.


OF VERY DESCRIPTION.
Dec. 15 +" 6m ,

PIANOS, MELODEONS,&c.
GEORGE F. COLE.
No. 179, King-st,, Charleston, S. Ct;
INVITES the attention of pnrchasers of Pianos
to his Stock of the wide-known, superior and


T HE citizens of Fernandina a-e informed that
I will deliver LUMBER of all descriptions
at the Rail Road Depot in Fernandina, at the rate
of $14-.50 cents per thousand feet. I will
guarantee said Lumber to be of the very -best
quality, free from all imperfections, and of uni-
form thickness. I will deliver the rough-edge
plank, suitale for out-buildings, for Seven Dol-
lars per thoUand. qash. must in. all cases ac-
company the order. JAS. PICKLES,
July 14-8-6m Starke, Fla. R. R.


Agency for Fairbanlcs and Co's., Caunter and


'~Sc~


!THE EAST FLORIDIAN.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY,/AT FERNAN-
DINA, NASSAU COUNTY, FLA.

TERms:-$2.00 per annum in advance.

SCALE O1F PRICES
To be charged by the Press of Florida for qv-
cry description of Advertising.
1 Square, (occupying the space of 12
Brevier lines, or less.) 1 insertion, u 1 00
For every subsequent insertion.... 50
1 Square, 3 months ...................... 5 00
1 6 ........ ............ 8 00
1 1 year .......................... 12 00


WEDGES, DAVIS & Cox's,

Consolidated


LOTTERIES,
Authorized by a special Act of the Legislature,
for the benefit of Academies and-other objects.
MACON, GEORGIA.



SOMETHING NEW!

CITY PLAN I

FOR$1,000

Prize* Payable Without Deduction !

ShX'tA CLASS!
75 BALLOTS-12 DRAWN NUMBERS !
To be drawn in the City of Macon, every
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday Afternoons, at 4 o'clock, dur-
ing the years 18850 & 1860.
By this Clams, the holder of any One Dollar
Ticket, if the numbers so selected should bI
drawn, will be entitled to a Prize, according to
the. following

Any $1,00 Ticket, 8 dawn numbers on it, $50,000
It 7 25,000
a i i 6 "" 15,000
46 ,, ,, 5,000
is ic 4 1,000
3 "1 200
2 30

Any $1,00 Ticket with a drawn number
on it stationed to come out at any par-
ticular place, such as 57, Ist, 2"d, 3d,
or any other station in the drawing... 60
Tickets from One Dollar to any Price.
And Prizes paid at the above rates per Dollar.

HAVANA PLAN!

MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS!
CAPITAL PRJZE


TICKETS ONLY $8.00!
Halves $4.00-Quarters $2 00- Eighths $1.00.
Prizes Payable.in' Full, Without Reduction.
Purchasers buying 10 T;.:liets, when the num-
bers ena in 1, 2. 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9; Q are guar-
anteed a Prize of $25,00. ,
Class 26,lr;,s.S'. t&ar.iy, Ma r. ,8,'60
Class 27, dr.,l'.s Slfiirlty, a.-1'.10,'60.
Class 28, draws Saturday, Mar. 17, '60.
Class 29, draws Saturdag, Mar. 24, '60.
Cass 30, draws Saturday, Mar. 31, '60.

26,22-0 PRIZES AMdUNTING
TO 211,200 DOLLARS!
Will be distributed according to the following


To be'drawn eo ery Saturday.
1 Prize of $70.000 5 Prizes of $500
1 Prize of, 20,000 10 Prizes of 300
I Prize of 10,000 20 Prizes of 100
," +...'o-Prize of 5,000 100 Prizes of 50
I Prize of 3,000 100 Prizes of 25
1 Prize of 2,000 25,000 Prizes of 5
3 Prizes of 1,000
976 Approx'tion Prizes amounting to $18200.
26&220 Prizes, amounting to ........... $271,200
Certificates of Packages 10 Whole Tickets, $55.00
10 Half Tickets, 27,50
9 1, 10 Quarter Tickets, 13,75
,9 ,, 10 Eighth Tickets, 6,87
This-is the risk, and which entitles the holder
to all he draws over $25.

COMBINATION PLAN.
CLASS B.
CAPITAL PRIZES
S 1OO,QOOO 2

+ -78 Numbers-14 Drawn Ballots!
1 4 drawn Ballots in each Package'of 26 Tickets.
I + 1 Prize of 14)C,000 is $100,000
'2 Prizes of +- 50,000 are 100,000
2 Prizes of 25,000 are 50,000
2 Prizes of 20,000Sre 40,000
+'+ 2 Ir'izes of 5,000 are 1* .10,000
+'- (+, I .' 2 Prizes of 3,000 are 6,000
1W 2 Pribes of 2,000 are 4,000
I Prize of 1,000 is 1.000
Q350 Prizes of 200 are, 70,000
64 Prizes of 100 are 6,400
64 Prizes of 80 are 5,120
64 Prizes of 60 are 3,840
128 Prizes of 50 are 6,400
5,504 Prizes of 32 are 176,128
28,224 Prizes of 16 are -451,584


3:"or !


12,000 Acres
OF

X. A 3M 300
ON NASSAU RIVER, FLA.
0ONE 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 to Fer-
nandina. Apply to '
GEORGE S. SETON,
At Charleston or Fernandina.
Dee. 8 29 ti


APOTHECARY
S-S2 .I -

Corner of A and Third Streets,
FERNANDINA, FLA.,
-TIIEERE is kept _.--. _
constantly on /-. IL __- .f.ne
hand a full assort'- *.. .-.-
ment of < --7" -/
"" --2' % .. ',' ,' 3 .
MEDICINES, .. --- ,ijj^. -
CHEMICALS, '-- ,^ '9=J
&c., -c-, &c., * -tkS --
of the best quality. -- ,
Prescriptions put up with Care.
--ALSO :-
Perfumery, Lubin's Extract, Colognes, Pomatum,
Hair Tonics, Soaps, in variety, aiiir Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, Tooth and Nail Brushes,
Shaving Brushes.
ALSO :-
Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Burn.ng Fluid, Spirits
Turpentine, Varnish, Paint Brushes, Yel-
low Ochre, Whiting. Spanish Brown,
White-wash Brushes-GLASS of
all kinds, Glue, Chalk, &c., &c. '
A L S 0:--Will be found constantly on hand
Landreth's Warranted G arden.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 9&fedain Schna.pps:
Expressly for Invalids antd Medical purposes,
-ALSO :-
London Pickles, French and English Mustard,
American, do., Olives, BaLisins, Currants
-1 aid C'11. 11. 1
Cente;,'Table and Mantle Fluid Lamps.
Stationary, Paper, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, &c,
Almanacs gratis.
THOS. McMILLAN.
Augn4, 1859 11

Purify your Blood

AND PREVENT DISEASE!
BY the Syrup of Sarsaparilla highly concen-
tratedwith 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-
healthy secretions, thereby restoring the system
to a pure and healthy state, and as a preventive
of disease, so simple and safe, that an infant can
use it with the greatest efficacy in eruptions of
the skin, Scald Head, &c. ; also, in Rheumatic
diseases. Prepared only at Apothecary Hall,
Fernandina, Fla., by
Jan Iq-3m TTIOS. McMILLAN.


FOGARTIES & STILLMAN.
:o"


SPRING & SUIaNE fOR G0SX

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



Family, Dress and Plantation Goods.

Our DPESS STOCK is supplied with ail-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 & PLANTATION GOODS

Are supplied as far as practicable, from SOUTHERN FACTORIES, and will be sold at the LOW-
EST PRICES FOR CASH OR SHORT CITY 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 LOWEST CASH PRICES.

Miller's Almanac, for 1860,


NEW SCHEDULE.

U. S. MAIL LINE.
FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH.

STEAMERS


,; e, +ff= 1 ,


s .. -, M = RL-ysr. -

-AND-

ST. JOH -'S.

Leave Savannah every WEDNESDAY '"nd
FRIDAY Mornings, at half-past 9 o'clock,
The new Iron Steamer, ST. MARY'S-Capt.
JAS. FREEBORN.
The favorite Steamer, ST. JOHN'S-Capt. N.
KING.
Leave Savannah 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.
"Returning they will leave' Fernandina every
Friday and Mlonday afternoon, after the arrival
of the Train, and arrive at Savannah every Sat-
urday and Tuesday mornings, connecting with
he Steamers leaving Savannah, Saturday and
.Wednesday, for New Yrrk and other Northern
ports, and Steamer Gordon for Charleston and
Rail Roads North, and West.
These Boats have been i uil eI.r-1 *v for this
Route; are' commanded .. '%,,,,:i, i,.I experi-
enced Captains, and ha'..: lI rg, ,.i,, elegant
State Room accommodations for Passengers.
For further particulars inquire of
CLAGIIORN & CUNNINGHAM,
Agents, Savannah.
TAYLOR, BECKHAM, CO:.
Agents, Fernandina.
The Boat leaving Savannah on Friday, will
stop at Darien, going and returning.
July 14, 1859. 8 tf ,

FERNANDINA"
MARBLE. ORKS+


lu 21J, I


EDUCATION.
A LADY Is 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 apply at the office of the East Flpridian.
Oct 20 22 tf


ROBERT ADGER


uo.


209 AND 211 KING STREET, CORNER OF MART,


:o:

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


RI& I SCHD S S1HS,


Silk Robes and Plain Silks, for Evening Dresses, Embroidered and Full Robes for Do,, PI in
Black Silks. Besu Goods, Plain and Printed DeLainesPlairna.l Plaid Poplins, Firench Chintzes,
Best English Prints, Cloaks, Mantillas and Shawls, Ladles. .fisses' and Children's Hooped Skirts,
Cloths and Cassimeres. Flannels of every variety. Richardsonds Linens, Be.l Blankets and Tickings


PLANTATIONG GOBDS,

Blankets, Plains and Kerseys, Brown and Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Plaid Homespuns,
Plain and Striped Osnaburg-!.
We would respectfully inform our friends and the public generally, that we keep at all times
one of the largest Stocks to be found in the Southern Couity, and confidently invite an examina-
tion of it, both as regards Styles and Prices.


GEORGIA

STATE LO'I'TEY
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
MONTICELLO f WION ACADEMY,
OF JASPER COUNTY, GEORGIA,
Authorized by Special Act of the Legislature.

258.28 PRIZES.
More than One Prize to every Two Tickets.
McKINNEY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE
$60,000.

TICKETS ONLY $19.
Halves, Quarters and Eighths in proportion
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER, 1859
In the city of Savannah, Georgia.
Class 39, to be drawn October, 1, -1859.
Class 40, to be drawn October 8, 1859.
Class 41, to be drawn October 15, 1859.
Class 42, to be drawn October 22. 1859.
Class 43, to be drawn October 29, 159).
MAGNIFICENT SCHEME.
1 Prize .... of ..... $60,000...is ...... $60,000
1 ....of.........20,000 .... is ........ 20.000
1 ....of........10.000....is........10,000
1 ....of......... 5,0j00.... is ......... 5,000
1 ....of..........4,000....is......... 4.000
1 "* ....f......... 3,000....is......... 3,000
_-,- ',__ .o. f ,.. =2 000L,+ .As...._,t J). -,
_.of......... 1,000o ....TIs,......... 1,0 0o
1 ....of......... 1.500 .... . ......... 1,500
I ....of .........11100 4:....; ........."1 "-I
5 Prizes'of..........1.000(.... ar ....."...5 ,0(".
10 !' ...of............:500 .... are........... 500
2 A .*gI.......... .. .,. ........ .
2 ...of...... ..... 3ou0 .... arc.......... wUO
2 1 ...of..... ...... 200....are.......... 400
50 ...of ............ 150...-re.......7,500
100 ...of.............100..,are ...... 10,000
100 +i ...of .............. 95...are.,....9.5W0
100 ...of .............. 85...are........ 8,500
Approximation Prizes.
4 Prizes of $2 0 Ap g to $60,000 Prize are $800
4 150 20,000 600
4 125 10,000 500
4 100 5,000 40
S" ,o80 4,00C 640
8 60' 3,000 480
8 50- 2,000 400
8 40 1,500 320
400 20 100 8,000
25,000 8 1200,000


A Sure and Infallible Cure for Cho-
lera, Diarrhoa, Dysentery, and
nil Rvxpl Cnmnlainft


ROBERT ADGER & CO.


MONUMENTS, SLABS, GRAVE-
STONES," TABLETS,
BAPTISMAL FONTS, &c.,
from the best of Foreign and American Marble.
MOSAIC, BROCATEL, AND U.EXNESSEE
MARBLE MANTLES, made to order.
The utmost care taken in finishing the work
in the most perfect style.
Al orders received will be promptly executed
and sold at Savannah prices,
gr'Silvcr Medal 1-rYled I~y the South Caro-
lina Institute Fair, in I1-57. f"r the best work.
NORMAN BROWN'SON, Agent.
REFERS TO :


Agent for the Sale of these Celebrated


249 Kin Street,'Charleston, S. C.
dec. l5-6m D B. IIASELTON, Manager.


TIIE subicribers having sold out their entire
stock ol CURTAINS to Mr. II. W KINS-
MAN, woulH respectfully solicit for him a con-
tinuation ofthe patronage so liberally bestowed
on them in fiat department.
ROBERT ADGER & CO.

CURTAIN, GOODS;
THIS STOCK IS THE LARGEST
IN THE

i COMPRISING
BrocateIIes,|Saten DeLanes, Lacar an.] Mtilin
Curla*tu:4-n -, Pins and Bunds,-rir- "
tassels and Loops.
A .A an put up in the Latest SfjA_ .


B W. KINSMAN,
223 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 15 6m


ZL X7; .! OHX 30 MFL



CEDAR KEYS MAILS!
STAGES will leave Archer on -the 1st, or 2nd,
12th, I6th and 26th, of each month, on the
arrival of the Cars from Fernandma.
ARRIVE at Cedar K.., ,,e t .l.i.y.
CONNECT on thel-. ,I, i I,,l,,With Steamers
bbund to Tampa, Key West and Havana,; and
on the I 2th and 26th with Steamers bound to
St .M-rl ;r-. ApalacbicolaPencotajuuL-X0W-
-- n t.T- ,,,. .
RETURNING,, Yill lteae Celi,r Keys on the'
arrival of the Illavl jt,-l New Orleans
Steamers. Via
ARB1VE at Archer next day by 6 A. M., con-
necting with Cars to Fernandina.
,. J. H. McGINNIS, Contractor.
E. H. RICHARDS, & CO.,
Agts. Cedar Keys.
Sept. 16 tf


3 LOOZSlg TO?

Your Interest!
THE subscriber is now prepared
to furnish the citizen?-,f Ei.iL .t '_,S/
Florida, with Books, Slatioi.-H, -=:/
ery. &c., as cheap as they-. Codii
be p-ocuredin any of the Southe rn Cities.
HIS STOCK INCLUDES
Agricultural, Albums, Annuals, Prayer Books,
Hymn Books, Biographical, Botanical, Cookery,
Dictionaries, Geographical, Geology, Historical,
Humorous, Juvenile, Law and Medicine, Me-
chanical and Scientific, Poetry, Works of Fiction,
School and Classical, Religious, Biblical and
Theological, Odd-Fellowship and Free-Masonry
BLANK BOOKS, for Merchants, Hotel
Keepers, Contractors, Mill-wrights, Carpenters,
Overseers, Rail Road Conductors, Rail Road
Agents, School Tet.:is an. ,:,fliers.
Pens, Ink" 1 wlci, il;,6e, ;c,, &c.
Baptist Books from Southern Baptist P. Society.
By purchasing from me you save Freight and
Commissions. FVg GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Lgf Terms CASH or 30 days to punctual cus-
tomers.
N. B -Orders from the Country accompanied
with the Cash or a City reference, punctually
attended to.
W'Agent for Knickerbocker Life Insurance
Company.
T. J. WOMBWELL, Agt.
Fernandina, Oct. 21 23 tf


House Keeping Articles!


J B. DU AL &SON,
298 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DEALERS IN


WANTED TO PURCHASE,
LONG STAPLED COTTON,
S HRT STAPLED COTTON,
,+4" ^ AND
HIDES,
In any quantities, for which the highest price
will be paid, in cash or merohandize. We invite
_ a trial of our market.
Dee-tumbar 1 BROOME & THOMPSON..


Lime and Plaster,
UST RECEIVED, and for sale by
B. A. COACHMAN.