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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 29, 1860
Publication Date: 1859-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 26, 1859)-
General Note: "Democratic" 1860.
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General Note: Editor: T.J. Wombwell, <May 29, 1861>.
General Note: Publishers: Wm. H. Babcock, 1859-<Mar. 13>, 1861; E.A. Papy, <May 29>, 1861- .
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BY WM. H. BABCOCK. ] Sum Homo et Puto Nihil Humanum Alienum a Me. [ TE-MS:-TWO DOLLARS, IN ADVANCE.


VOL. I. 1 FERNANDINA, FLA., THURSDAY, MARCH 29. 1860. {NO,.44.


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Big Brindle.
T~in Nashville, many year ago, there re-
sided a gentleman of great hospitality,
large' fort utie, and though uneducated,
possessed of ha~d "knot sense. Col, W. *
,had been elected to the Legisls]^.- and,
had also been jndge of the cUn-tyrc~irt.
i His elevation, however, had made him
|somewhat pompous, and he-beeatei, very
Gr)nad or using big words. Oh his farm he
had a large mischievous ox, called Bjg
,Brindle,", which frequently broke down
hlis neighbor's fenres, and commirtte r oth-
er depredations. much to the 4Colonel's
annoyance. -
Onemorni*og," afier breakfast, in pres-
ence of some entlemen who had staid
with him over the niliiht and who were
now on their way to town, ne called tos
overseer and said tp him:
"Mr. Allen, I desire, you to impouqtd
Big Brindle, in ofrderthat I -may hear io
more animadversions pn his eternal depm-
dations.'
Allen bowed and walked off, sorely puz-
zled to know what the Colonel meant.
So after Col. W. left for town he weht
to his wife and asked her what Col. W.
meant by telling him to 'impound" ihe ox;,
'Why,' said she, 'the Coaonel meant ,to
tell you to put him in a pen.'
,Allen left to perform the feat, for it was
no inconsiderable one- as the animal was
very wild and vicious, and, after a great
deal of'trouble and vexation, he stcceeed-
ed. .;* **
'Well,' said -he, wipin the perspiration
from his'brow and soljquing, 'this is
impnunding, is it ?. No* T am dead sure


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J~ke Barial of Muses.
e bluried iii, in a valley in the
O |A|ver against Bltbu-poer;
np r Pno, hof his sepulchre unto
"-DEUT. xii v. 6.

On this side of Jo'i luae,
In a vale of the land of Moab,
Ttiere lies a lonely grave .
-And no inan dug, tOw epulcrhe',l
And no man saw it e'er-.:'
Foe the angels of Giod upturned tte sod,
And laidthe dead man there. ^ .


From thfe New Orleans Courier.
The K. G. C.


A Beautiful Flash,
The lines below, from the IHome Juur-
nal, we think ns pretty as any from the
facile pen of their author, H. 'L. Flash,
Esige of Mobile:
THE MAID I LOVE.
BY H. L. FLASH.
The maid I love ha? violet eyes,
And rose-leaf lips of red,
She wears the moonshine round her neck.
The sunshine round her head ;
And she is rich in every grace,
And poor in every guile,
And crowned kings might envy me
The splendor of her smile.
She walks-Ahe earth with such a grace
The lilies turn to look, .+-
And-waves rise up Co catch a glance,
And stir the quiet brook ; 1
For ever will they rest again,
But chatter as they flow,
And babble of her crimson lips,


From the Christian Index.
Extraordinary Discovery.


We observed a call for the K. G. C.'s to
meet at tho hall over the Carrolton Rail-
road depot on this evening at 7 o'clock.
In ,conjunction with this call we observe
that many of the leading members of this
organization are now in our city. Gen.
Bickley, the commander-in chief, Culonel
Temple and Surgeon Temple are at the St.
Louis Hotel; Gen. Greer, who is well
knownas one of our bravest volunteer
colonels from MIississippi during the recent
war, and who now commands a division of
the K. G. C., together with Major Richard-
son, one of his staff officers, and Col. 11.
C. Young, of Memphis, 'who commands
the first Tennessee regiment, are av the
City Hotel i while others, as Captain Scott
and Lieutenant -ier-se. are at the Mer-
chants'; Captain Gay, the wagon-master, is
at the "Texas Hume" ; and still many
,,rtcir' --f i..,tc anil cha, act v-i ,a at the St.
cih.irlt or qii.irler 1 % itll rivals frienJ->
in 1 r .. u : h. -r i i, .... h .. i m,1r.1 k. .


PEISTIFLD, GA., March 12, 1860.
Dear Bro. Boykin :-It is my pleasure
to be able to record one of the most ex-
traordinary discoveries of the age. A few
days ago, while some of Bro. Kirke Lang-
ford's negroes were eniphiyed on his plan-
tation, near this place, in removing some
loose stones preparatory to getting ready
to blast some rock, these louse stones
having prevented free access to the main
body of the rock, when suddenly the whole
mass fell in, and exposed to view a cave
about nineteen feet in length, seventeen
in breadth, and tour or five in depth.-
Bro. L., on entering, found the rouf and
sides inrauii,:d with stalactites, and a
general sheet of stalagmite rising- irregu-
larly into bupsses, lay beneath his feet.-
This sheet of stalagmite broken through,
a rich brown mud was found about nine
inches in thickness, loamy for the depth of
t~o inches, while the interior was rather


The Execation of Stevens and Hazlett.
Further Particulars I
The Charlestown (Va.) Spirit brings us
further particulars of the execution of
Stevens and Hazlett, at that place, on
Friday lust. There were eleven military
companies on the field of execution. It
says :
The near approach of the day of execu-
tion seemed to have little effect on the
prisoners, and for the past few days they
were unusually cheerful, Stevons declaring
it was his wish to be free, and therefore
desired the day for ils execution to arrive.
ZMrs. Pearce, the sister of Stevens, was
with him up to yesterday morning, and
made a fine impression on all wvth who
she was thrown, by her ladr-like deport-
ment and conduct. On Thursday, a Miss
Duubar, fiom Ohio,. arrived in town." It
is said she was engaged to be married to
StcvenQ at tli,., til ,. of thi,: IT H r's Ferry
III n-liuii, rifi'l it' Ii ,,irr .-,pr ,r l S w ino
i -~i,?ce [ii. ui i.niii..nlii> ill ihis t,,wI. Shie


That was the grandest funeral 5
That ever passed on earth ;
:.But no man saw the tramping,"
, Or saw the train go forth,
SIilently as the daylight
oineaw when the night'rs done,
And the crimson streakqn ocean's cheek
Grows into the great sun.


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*, '+ f Noiseless as the spring time,
'4 Her crown of verdure weaves,
')"Aindnall tile trees*t.n ll the hills
r.7. A[ Open their thousandd leaves ;
'.;" '..' ~80, WILith,,i sound of music,
Or voice of them that wept,
:'; ', Silently down from the mountain's crown
el'great procession swept.
"


rercnance me bnall 'IU eaile,
On gray Beth-peor' h,. -glit,
Out from his rocky cyrie
. -Lookd on.'the wondroun siglit ;
Lrechaiice the lion, stalking,
'Still shuns that halluwedl F, il ;
or bensis and birdt have asen and heard
'(That which, man knoweth nut.


is I,>,liv .,f n, 1,:,h ,t,.I ',._'cae an-,I bcaai y. *" ,-,*t?, a w. c .,u,, .... sandy, in this loam. at all depths,, trom And of tier breast ot snow, the old Colonel will ask me If I have im-
u' rr, ,,..' ,.f1l[ 1,.h1-tt, wh,,. ,e -"in i~i ",,r- i our -,wo ci t sInih,,url\' c,,nt wih the surface down to the rock, in the midst : p B rn
i4 thee c genik-,nvu, -;oI. -tt ne ,ianu.,t IbUL of the stalagmitic upper crust where Ande'en thel s n th trees : -
,IT nlstr,-,n C 1:,,, ii t ,, : 1 ..a rriv e?1I .1 Fe wr i n- i h t.s i i e wi i ? A re w h isp eri nrg tales o f h er, h im a~s b ad as h e d id m e `' .1,
,la a,, n. 1g 51 pr,.-..u.!, 1,hs brih- n r" Wht- in the found bones of the following animals car- The ne^ day the C.ldnel~gave a dinner
.'l u i tld v 1 ,: 1 yi n ,,r ii a ,l ,J . ,.,u f l ,lr ,*o, f 1 ? i u -r ; i r e r -- h y e n a b e a r f o x a n d w e a s e l ; p a c A n d t l t t h e r o s o w r .. .
to 1 .,. a a ,,ll ,, e- i,,, i t i [tie i n w h a t .ver i k li ely to e' i, te e x cit ,-in t, y d erm ota rh in oc ros an d h o rse ; .' ..wi n T h a t, in th e g en e ral stir, a r t t.e g en e ral sti r, t I .. .. ,
!]e III an oi e "^ .hMn hr inTem len, the overseer, sat dnw n ^ -ith the com -
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,I, a ll ih ,, ..... .l .t .,:l.-pI t o r c ,., u, l, u ..u i. :, f ~ l .,w~ g s s-*nl e ctin t hi p w r w a te r r a t a n d m o u se ; a n d -b ird s ra v e n.n t rh i t e p cusy.. A f ter Ce oseo n d o r t h ird g la ss w a s
.l i,u ='-hni.v,!. Y,.lt,.,,!.l .,:'.,, It: f, ,,-- iiLil.- r.i ..,r,:,., ,, l,.ln'.- la k and snipe. The bones and teeth of T il, se d ton o h
ib l c w .,, -.: .r in tII .. p. .t- .. L Ir ti h c, .n11 6," 11l' l ih 1 1e l u _r or t lt I ",- th e h y e na w e re p len tifu l, w h ile th e 'b on es T he y fl utto d ow n an d d i e see an d said ....
we o-e&"rv dit.ve'Eh, Mr. Allenrl:did you'; impound Big
.l, ca l, nl-c n h u e h lye d..r..,l .l ,e oIt of the remainder were" comparativly And what is stranger still than all Brindle, sir ?T + ...
tw,, ,n,..,, ,,1>.,. ,,1 a f '., 1,..','.. to I-',1) ... ,,* w,,rhv ,, f rei.-' .,,,, ,'.,,,,'. scarce. There were three different species T wondes of her grace, Alien straightened himself, and looking
1 li, K. -. C.. ,* *" K~,._.ht. f ll i'. -t.,,,.* ., of bear, the largest of which was Cuvier's Ter ind s t o he r o gr thi ,g t eh ar, und a t t eh company, said : loo ki
I",, II-I I-,_'i. 0Iil 0 "1 \.1.1 1 v- .r :,,J ll ,! /r o ".,"Itor rz,,Jlu, I'i.l 1,, ursuts spelreus.' Bro, L.. who is, althoug-h I I
i,,_.,i,..,hl i.,f ,,l,,n, ,,, J t',.. b, .,.lher ,.,f h,: i The-glorieg of her face. IYe, I did. but, oid Brindle tranw cendled
,..h r. A, -,!..,ni h.. --. "in,l ,ne ,wh.-!, I*: Ji l .'' t e ,, tl, ,,f ,,ur pc,,.. .a plain, blint farmer, one of the best vers- Oh sheis nature's paragon- the impannel of the impound aIf| scat'Ir-
,-,. ,,,,;>,l,. .,I.,.,,.l l,, i,,ir t,vo--t,,. t. ,.,ti-,'n' ,.i.c; ",,,e then i! ",a ed men in science in the State, explains All innocent ofo aiT; sophisticated all over the equanimity of
,..,,,1, In.l. .Ali:I.h,.ili. b,,_ t :1, a ha.l b,.,1., "' .1"" i ,- .,xxi,, .' ,t h l" r ,.,;t* i this natural phenomenon very satisfactor- And she has promised me ier and, tie forest.' .
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Ill ..% I it .titI is
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Ii Z L / i .n the kin ,, l h1 in t1 -, c .. ,try Lt H r tio n^ as B ro. L intends to w rite an article M y love w ill w ear a bridal veil, a
C.-ailsili,. '.),h!.e' ae %v dl.sl-hhe.
I. ,, %'I I lie .ll which aiI w th himself on this' great curiosity, lor which A wreath of range flowers ;why, I me.n, Cohoel. said Alien, that
,h,". ,,i. ,>,ll'..I w,- .,..:,e~l w s ,.'.c. [, eI by ,i "-i,,,ncil e -, 1 1a1n1-0 u 1,h t hl- Lh~is communication is designed simply to AndI so l care not if the sun old Brindle, being drognosticated with the
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v I 'Ilwa, iit,-r a+,tni he Iat th6 n a
II l w," .. ...- -rv.,.se.d .leld-hn h ia!t i liU alli" I- J e T hi r, t tiu.rIt.v,, .. .,l tilleti- deep. Ab ul I A-,;. n .i ", -r" 1 N En" lis, womeM...... .. M .iss ,Jlly and Mis- P .re...-two
I la wila. In a.M-v ,,.' c!:in d ,a< ln i '. 1-. I z; -' 1. :. .i y . .n l i..he esc lt l o i l -" is il i.S i s
....~~~. ttX.^PL Lv ly^,,, re^:lI-L.,4ll\' the the- dial-'';. -IC-9i frutil exec;'^Wniup -fan ch ^^il

4_4-m m TU ;-
rwiLIJi] 1, Il, Fl,,. l Lr,,.. al fip~lv" 1'' **"I= I ^^ I.l" t- *" m 1 --^ ..i ... i --l.r .. F .,(^ ]+ t 1i i~^ ^ r~ ^ ^tI"^ b ^. ire ^ ^ ^-^^^ ^....I
1ii,- h i L 1, II [lli'e; trrtri, 6M, We' r"r "" ""j" -.-- " 't"- "' ". /"i li']" l;il ',,nu i' .I .uP t " i_ ll .
-.,,,, i n .l- .l 1i. pr .e b. .. ,,n l 'u,,,,, II wi \.,.', a v., e" to .',ue,, ab,, '-t e-d1;a ,s a ,, ,.a^t ^u ^.< X ^l e ._ ,. .--. ,-; i,.,- ,l :..+,,,.and. ...~^ -l. de"^r- i'i r, -" r -- -=-e"..
rv, l lh,.nee .h,,I t e ,,, ,er ^ ,, h,6h 1 .. -1 "l" Y 'e. ... ..]* i-1..... l? .. .., .Ill .5 c.r ,. f r-
I.-- .It: hIi,-st GiZt iifT nvir. ko, t siht b tl ,h lefri I % ',& ] F.anIs kvthe i(r :. "- I- I .y I.V I.-1;I'l t h o L_. er_1 ,-- .. utA. P.'.-- ;


ni,,;na f,,'cwll,,f ,I,,., .,..rtf. jtd,,r an t1 "...^ &-' <;"L", .-- ,. ,;l*-", L la -- t--- ** ..A- ti,-,o '. -:..:-,. tle p,^, ^. ,1a-ui_:~ eui, and .'\en tate part r,.o ,nd-,- her d ~ y a- obe,,u.u
J,, i l'>u.'>en\.'Iu, l l. ,hthiCM' t^i ..'wl~iL11 i -*- ..i. : ., S-^ ^^': q___c__a__________,|.a em.nt and "mpa.-iz---il..tl>-eg-l loi-pr.vetho-ppru"i"y .by
M.ti~r In i'i i.. ad i, i1m -tn-r. tic0,t' 'Pr r- "I.%1 Y "+ -"-" + ---"-ly ll ex- I 1- "

.... l ,, f t A r'1 II S-i .ic0 w eJ w 0-- t,'- d d w's+ ) 'i- ", . i. t
---. ... -.... .. ... -ta ct ..t_ i ,' '" P '-*t "* "*r lrf [.-^ ^ t a -t. ao n .blow..t-.-aro^ ^1(. ^, i', f:'-.^ ^ .[ m: r' ' '1,; s. SIjhadtten olffa piece, and m chewing
o, ; "-._d,,'.: 'he u,,i, c., o,,Ie ,, .s a,, o[,lim -\w tl^ n r h ..,^ ^ ;- ---M in,14;i t ^ ie a.- iw J h h!>to -itor .s ter-hi |gd.,
1rjtI.I.A19 .,ilcw~l,] ... Ill..__.,i,, in f t-uu m in f- the pi, irou.ti;ii ,'i; a nd,, .-%he w ek na wh 'h r Iok ,i .~n '
Wh'lh ---qdn'eitrke"% s,!vbulltupadbho Ildu gp 'e tile op rmp-he
t.1 ,.. 11 =' ,.-. .- .. e 1 in 1 ltvi-r v= en- fit p -by I ,i ."..i i .


rights in Ihil ititrer. but ivec ir ,f i.,f,,m
i, 1i'-a uall"ly ,i,\n, ,,n Ij ll. t -t,,, n-
gets as it ad% aiitce Lv..r !t ir '. itllice
tlkches lhat while One-iiial. who _1have
the ln -j, are mhlJch l .,r.f e .,ililc i, II lthill-
m i:i, alil llit tih, .,e % It- have Il.- >fa.-. .lie
inuch ni.,le lialbple to ( I) -_'li- an, I ,*,''.13 of
llie t public Sl[ ak..-i, lia e t.,I ii i le lb,.ai :il
fi.-'frct iil ,>.liinu ,v f,,I b .n ii Jl j -i::i ,'s..
Ilhe C hiil e'e Ivw l h.1 ,.' i. I .., r'.1 i ,iii,.i'llf
Ol snipply Olw.' u,-ienrec of ilhi ii- ,lil il,
I.eirl",SL' by ai tl ti.JI I li,.t:>!i \\ h n% i t l 'li
Ciie alid at liii .o'i. It l '>i I,,f [Il,,, ..'h,.' .
that li e an .kic l it .I4 .l ,L I 1,.., if lie ri',-
i-l iiit-d uf hIl 1i1. 1 U ihh l., 'l ,l,)- 1 i ,,ii
cuilI be i t ,il toPo riani it l ,he pr.-i nit ilni\
wv li h iriuich i '.,. It is trii,- il in\ ,lj .
c111 tli ir li s :l ll,." t l.,.l- ii b, tIr I,.jt i1
is al line ihal a L hci I, S s.iilc'iC i'le!,Iirf % r
-d v,..i'rs fr' l i, ,,n l ih, ir nti -1, I s iI nI
ilatu a I bt a il- \% i;e i {I.ii li _" e kin t.,f ;i
co(on ,.r ,. lnie ,,lh-i dtail aiiiiiI,?l
\Ve findl IOw.. fiist itte-.cc ,. beard, ili
the Ol') rcsiaum,ewl. I i lii. he ,Inini.rii la s.
(If GIAVd's ChI,.:tn p-elI l Ic e ..JLw :." 1h,-.V
were f;,rLidl-,, c i t, silv a' o crit-ri_ "
"of Ihieir n i[uL%3. Wear. al,, told ,, litd-arrhe
mumai ,nanm io'r ,,f '.liit iliiI a !i,, s- ( ,,i,. "i
p,i riaiclis, : ti o :nl, a t.,-':h ether ,,' th,.'
bfads aw:l ki__. S .c 21 amiiu.-l. 2,1:')."
In th,,se vys, to shave lthe b r:ii wat- ,i
. . 'dwati ',or r S)I rn,^ alli -m. Iv nii;, ', :- I
r ,L" mL'hae ,,,UC,',L il,,4 ,, I ll,., .L-.^.;^-..,,
)tlhe M o'irld 'nnlil. Alex.l'l, r tie ,Iva,
shared his s,,IIers ,ni one itcl'c ,i-mll pr, -
cehing a Alreatr h.trlh.,- ri>,t wlshi,, I,, !,i:'-
nish thee eitilij- IV -.'. Tl'h "'I'VI+ k_;, exc-' pt l i in litlei iof
mourning, never inlLiu tl a i'l-t, i tu iave
lllE^ *f~tfyl-ltibi takiit .of. C.lislaliilinl..
c.. ,,,l t,,,.iU; ,,.


FThid the noblest uf the land,
rMn e f ihe sage to rest,
nd gave the bard an honored police
(.With cosily innrble dresse,I,
.n lite great ,niniLer transepi,
-'% eTy lights like grliei.c fall,
And 1i|ochoir isings, and ihi organ ii,-,
Alung Ihe uiiblznulicd n%%ail.
a'.


This wag 'Ilie:' loTest %varri,,r
'Chat ever tbackled sw,,rd,.
This the m l, glhf.d l,,let
That ever lileaihel .1 w,,,L, ;
.And ntrver e.irlh',i plil,-,ph.'r
Traced with his, gollitvn lrn:
On the deathless page, truth hiIlf so
As he wrote down fur irnvn


Page


t.


k.


And hid he not high h,,nor-
; -Tho hill ,ide f,," Ils pall
TO,lie in s'ale while angels wait,
Wh^ With miar; for taptr-, tall ;
.' id the dark p,,i.:s, lice lIo.-.st plumes
-'-.-ip-lir hkwbier to wave,
^^ 1W.4G'1's ,,w-whaud, in that omely,-lan8.,
I- u' to.l him in ilie gave I


.F J^^Btt ,c--g w r.hilit .a ,ame,
.... ni toeih it s nT ,l&ff nied clay
ifl hreak a<..'..l....,,-,,, woIdr,,us thot .--


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o _*_


nnp -Ak 6f the stinfe thil won
. Wth the incmu~i nt suit vr God.


gd s; .i nd.exclallM '.0,


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;u-\". hiill' "'"


.... .. ,,tee M o,.erltess.
0. 11'
?^r W:^ re^ ^^.pi gon-
t^..^.' ly. fee ti~-sl~e hitter w'..'rds. Ave.-I
Cf^ i ;*^t~ c.ll: nel 8at aI See %OI 11--t llie
quiv.ring of t rieved lip! lark yow
C,'.o10t the tenrfiL eyes AI., 1, that sot row
hod eviraiSke a child's hunr; its ho.nm t
...: ... i'nie- arfhini h .- -! slrnnger hand
i;', niniriisl ,r ht their daily wain-;- sirange
.- hearts wveahying -.I lhe il'.oine dlQ`
N nd; ifeet Liss no waim enibrice.
1. Nu genItle toili s of comfort and love No,
^;soft folding or'ltlie hands in prayer. Yo
'- \ mother .
-' ,:. Missing the .aw sweet cadence uf her
'*. voice; missirtft t tender -goud igl ;'
-'-i"irg .i ekein, r eig, seeking, all in vain, that
a*+-+,'. ft or tlW, weary (tore-a mother's
h; heart l "
Draw the titlee forms near to your
.+.-- ]laeri I-. t hP aching head upon your
: .' ; fWltin of your sunny childhood i
.r'" ,.i ou'r mothers earnest love.! Her gentle
jo, r--her"Patient forbearance--her pre-
w *^iousfigifeoess. Then,o only in kindness-
is + let your Mad rest on each honored little
JljS ,.ad-onlrth love reprove that stricken.
ltile flu&k
_h, -+.4 yours be the hind that shall
I.thein in the green pastures, and by
tiill waters of the precious Saviour's
4 'Lt yours be the blessed benedic-

R J.. a iucb as ye have done it to the
havehae dwine it unit) ine."
tdigo,,angels do alwa.a behi-d
alM.IL in Hte~ven. rlhei,,
tha.-" 'a hand isiail lend
:.tne. A chihl's
yurhe~ad.


r ;il- rll ueger roefd&j r
Sp,.)..ple i-o arid i )f-,p,.r;
.i1 b\% the ['Frenclh in 1TT>.
I- ,,ie lt ,'jl \ r it I, .- I'r .+,-
tvI, 111, 1llt;he ll t' LS ,II f
vit by il&e Illfat' s ill L11-l
I asi ,.,I ilie I'cp~jljl c el
\ .I t., the K. G.
Iflad, tiL.y Will have fliell


C.ilifiirnia News.
gold e -,.nteuien nt ove' 1,01ped
he f.,ibuliu-; acousi'il' fromli
till the paieli, and it is
, hUlt{ 1h1.speculaIive fever
S of ;ib-lit ieltot, tno move
ectimii t.f \Wa'.lioe still C..,n-
dilnmiih.d I'oce. A letter
Si i> .Pa3,s :
ow that not bPss than 20,
1inigrate to %Vaohoe in the
ave already gone, although
e i3 Ilntensely could. and1 the
i the grju!id. Manyi pr.
e been received, andJ they
wt wild ai those current Inl
49. A young fellow named
:el t-, I,-alabout San Fran-
tL Cars..,u city last fall
a IIIOI''or h,, ahwl n,..w lie
i, lik ng in Iho',m 1-0.5 t lo
:if his bar, and {ia-, two sil
201) feet l,.,nig- f,,r alie lit
1 .i) per foot. an ,l '1r the
thal Ihe foriner l.I l wouil'l
.mi.. mii. Ihe lat, r $ 120i .

ieni i k iil,,,i,- h i h clahll- ,
,iter Illit W ia hi,:e iL the
it e wtiem ld f,,r liuoting.


uty we.. a,. l e t upo man agby CeOMa ner!. e na t '
V ik -'. [lie )+ "-1" u- 1'? .... .. a e-s--" "
ot a nt an[rd~;tke ls p'lb iJniti ,it ia t.3 do, hi' b%-. ,.
dut -d yld o th1'omaieh ntr
dut w encale u on by th i acii er." a,?l,,:,1itar,,e with ite lilerature and po, t- effic ,ien . As soon as the old man has struk twelve ties of the d>y, and cultivate the accom- returned last week fromFlorida, having .-
and disappeared, another set of me- pliihlnicints of music and drawing, and in -charge,.as a fugitive from justice Miles -"
ehinery is set in motion, sonic twenty feet#
. .. st often acquire, besides, some knowledge of 4ackson, charged with the murder of his
hgher still, where, there is a high cross scientific pursuits daughter, in March, 1854, -and *who had
ih the imae of Christ upn it. The 'The late Marchioness of Lansdowne escaped., Governor Gist was informed of
infant t1we ia struck a figure of one of e tl acquainted with the cottagers his being at Welaka, a town in Florida,
the .-pu" et wleswks out from behind, comes was so-1 .r
in front tui,,-, fIing the cross, bows, and in her neighborhood, that she used to v.sit nd immediately despath'ed Mr. .E to
and look at the corpses of the dead, be- demand and arrest hbml whieh hedid,.and
w alks w mo ,un rd to his place. T tes is re ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l w h c B arn wel C .
w al s o a '., ,,d t o h i s l -i e 'B i l s s e. i u so s h e f o u n d t h a t h ie r d o in g s o s ,,,P t le d l o d tg e d i m n s~a re y i n j a il a t B a r n w e l il1C .
pated, until twelve fure representing andmforted the bereaved. Have khown l.. where he is said to havw committed
the twelve Apostles as lautge heslil, walk h. h h f up with a mad-woman the nurdler. lis daughter :wfa fotund
out and pass on. Ac the last appears, an in her poor dwelling, who used to-lock the under his bed, with her neck. b .ake!p.,Wd
enormous game ock,.perched on thespin door, and could not be induced to admit otherwise injured., Anot.her..of_;biA naeles oif >he clock, sloWly, flaps its wings, ^ ^ ^ a~ .w es ol e a i ig n a e -te- ^
stethe flrh it nckan cow tre any one else. Lady Lau idowne's only ten was missing and has never be,z4icd
stretches forth its neck and crowsthreee
times, so load usto be heard outside the daughter used one hundred g uie-a'S(given bor heard from. His wire alkeodiedeu~ld~n-
tiurhso som lo dstoee heand oitsid-ike her by her father-in-law, Lord Suffolk, to ly, and strong suspicions are eniertained
church to some distance and with life- like I .^ 0 ^ wt i hth asd e et.&r ~t.-
natu aln ss. Th n al i stil a de th, buy a brac elet) to build] pig-sties, w ith his- that he caused hat, death. M r. E.lJo t...-A ,.
permission, at her husbands :lirtLe country firms us that tbere were indieatier .a *n-
residence. She educates her own children attempt to rescue, by some nrungh fellows,
Dr.Piekeringuotethefoowingdes-without assistance-teaching the boys 'buit their purposo was defeated by .. ion
cription-from Dalton, of the Wild People Latin, and the girls all the usual branches and despatch.- Unionville Times. ) t
of Borneo : .
of education. The late Duchess of Bed- .. n ,
'Further towards the north are to be, 'ford, I accidentally'discovered when on a- The Mid is a 3f-siciai.-Ertithd a
found ren living absolutely in a- state, of i t Woburn, had, for 30 years-of her silken thmeid in the crevice or a *Indo'w,
nature, who neither cultivate the ground marriage life, risen at six o'clock, Summer aid the winds fills it and sings over it,
nor live in huts' who neither eat rice inor a Winter, lit her own fire, made tea for and, like Pazatnini, performs on a 'single
salt, and who do not associate with each the Duke and herself, and then, is he thread. It triqgi almost everything on
other, but rove about some woods, like wrote his own letters of business, st14 earth, to see, if here is music in it. It
wild beasts. The sexes meet in tre jun- cpie them, and their came down to a persuades-a tone out"of the great bell in
gle, or the man carries away a woman large party of guests at ten o'clock to dis- the tower When the sexton is. asleep ; and
from some canpong. When the Children pense breakfast, without saying one word 'it makes mournful harps of the forest
are old enough to shift for themselves, of their matutinary avocations ; so thlt P"pmes; and it tries to see what oetof a
they usually separate, neither one after yo ih ae be a visito in t hu whistle can be made of Lhe humblest chim-
wards thinking of the other. At night wiht fi, ng u tat the Duke and ney in the world. How it wi4play upon
lie a great free, Itill every leaf thrills with the
they sleep under some large tree the Duchess had transacted the necessary, note inee, anl every up thris ti _
branches of which hang low. 01 these business of thIe dv- 'bef-re, pprhtp3 voe, note in it, and ,vip fo upo the river 'at
they fasten the Children in a kind ,sw *ing. h',I rn rather nentou thosdthat a^,upuirne. fohat a'eod n "1
Around the tree they make ar fire 1o keep are g,,,ie t.) thiclr reward than write of when ,t ren t. What. a nelodrt wt-'if
offthe wild beasts and ,snakes. w n ; ,t u ; s b Youmaybe when it gve concert, wibt Asl apt
These poor creatures are looked on and le n ee iwhen I I thit [ am constantl, or the %V Or l -% ,'i. an
treated by the Dyaks as wild beasts. Mini- amnrg th,,s,, who live such lives of en,.r anthem between the t esil p. i
ing parties of 25 and 30 go out and amuuse au u~ehlne_. but lle, s employ p, perhaps to tlhq S^^tlflllteff,,
themselves with shootin&gat the child-t'n ... a msr% and sang it first'. "Th' ." "
lhein vlive with-ll,, j,).el, ll,ati n o1'anly idl.'a ",--'n-' '
in.the trees with the sumit, the s^uie as "i it, haunts old houe W i 1I^
tha th \"a~udoll0 lr,. than thel,'almple".i.".t-. ,-
m,,nkeys, fum -ahich they are not easily dutv'" eaves, singinZ in _ti a

3Ie.rican fPnerals,-The Me xicani re- sure uf some '
'Another :i'i~f.-Allib,_,ne, the oldest -:-ar i the death (f children .as merely a-10'ese a4i0id:-e~t '":
si"ler of George WV~urutranlhition frl,m a w,,rld df sorrow to Par- ":d,*.*r .
Sister of G.e -CW, T '..[ lur er, E!q w4, .a...r- -
adlise. At a funeral of a boy recentlr-.Tia .... irh s"-^i
was slaii by .J,,hn Brown .... ': asso. qr f- cia ,V, Was burei di: Ch:rlestunvn. Va.,',,, l, ,c';,awed wills ,d,'s on Wid
Friday, Sth ltnztan,,'hby h, si4e of Whi, f table ,,vered with roses,0 and carried"' Cotii't1t'iee omvrl
brLther. She d ted aI MOiuit lHope Lunatic -thrnith ile streets on rtri siouldcrs ,t to e Q te T4 a;t-"
men ,. elantly dressed 'and d,-,ra,,r ,-, "%-' .. iw 'n!-.f "
A\'.um', whither she was taken shortly C, "s ad ot-" ....r..e.. F 7a, a P.rt of delivery, w'" "'""
j1ock,16sa,,,j i theirr fireiwark were o.. ,,, h# llal
aifter her bruithr's death. -She never staullv let rff in fr.,nt;-aa'.- I,,cesi,,t'- ""^ "t. lo Coasent, anlk
rallied* after his murder, but continued noved, and a ban4.trf" usici-layig liv.ly passed. .. '
to TiPk ant:l her broken spirit burst its- arches, andf bhe hlsa v. l'ow'ed.' N- i, t w r h -
eart1,1rb n,land rFturpe.J to its Maker. .werAhe pr Mexicaos rejoce-that phi i eing, ed e t
A"tlrmur"erobead their s,,ns arTe l:rnve, ff on a auunry, phsnoselling moderation in p^nl
Au uther m u rder 'to be alldiid t o'the H atr- ji, ,r4 Vh.... ..d ...11191 ... t _........ ...


Afi iCe nu, ll. r the irsl tu i''tr.,fldtce the.a- h h ,'v l
cu.tv.-Li. f..-h i j,1 _e.ve!. dL&y. ., Tint, in Ju '' b, ,,'l-.r j h4 |>'W wv f rag'ri ,&rz. w oa t.A ,,it.
(1 1" '' _". .rlt. Ve'-A-v
fo rin us, h .,,vev,.', t' .t, th e Ilt, .,, i ,. 'i, ,re t1 .,' 'l v' a,,,I ll'.1 it e n,.,rae-
tieil bea l-; l't,1 r ai.:>3 ,.1,,,.ll ,h. S, n ,1cll ,,,r> 1and ki rl. The fill br, ,kf." ,.,lh str ,-gih,\
a l, ,r s S til b a i li lt il il a ll l, h e 4is -. ,, 1" I 1 ,z leli i ,I h. ,h1 l ir i Ii l, )tl t i *i| ,', \ii,,b le' i 1
beard-, and ti (haut !.ha r t',r s are es;.ec>iall,' l s c k s-i -p .-d ..n S e, .,-
firt o id o f Ihli I ,"ii' itn '' .l, a u. lI v h v ,-,iii,, .l in c ..n ,..,rll oi i.; ;,ii ,t ,
The h A -\II.in3 \ore h.:.tr.- .i.l ,he T.r- l.Pr e ...e .,I inti.,. Th.'y w,.io ermIt ^ ,, i u .|
talks wi'_V1ad war iip,,n tilhe I- they would not %%trar l..i' ,l ; i'.r e The r- 'eI' el,-.- ,I ,Iin I-i prn..iunce dil i,_rtl.- C !. si,,,, \V
lalljn m u Jd ,. A ll ,he ,>.,,i ,.i p, r.pl. Tit i ,., .! -w ,.r,' la- ,.,. in I" l w .thtll .111 h,],'| l, h,
wore beards ; 'hi.s ..,si e a !, rd, ihe c., n' a ,_3111 I.rw1u- _. I,-,, l M r. "M'.I ii\:'.1,C11
ap ,-lles w,,-re heaid-; an-i,, i,, i,l,].,-he.- St*pr,.i S..,.iih l uij.. N V. It i l 111- Further
01 G 're .ce a)l, Rne w oic tbeard'. 1l,[i_ .,,I M.-' prig s.- it i,..,,,I i heie l..,r
Slhiaing war, lite' inliodiiced by Papal IIe pulrp.._-v 1-f p.,ying a p.,rliun Of Ole The- W aih.oe g
Rome. At ihe ?s parati,,n ,:,1 the Gr.-rk funeral txp, uses. 1al oilers. Th
and gunman churches'. in ihe l.-dh century, -th ih iv digging
4'ope Leo ,1, ,in a fit of jealh.uqy towar'ds Interesting Discoveries. Stated lhat. ahill
the Greeks. distingui,h.,I hiir.ielf fim, lhie 3 had sho\n signs
Patriarch ,f[ C11,i-la,lt u,,i, ,.. by i he free .\n,,,t-,aria,, disc- versess, of the greate t ,,,e,ni ,n the dth e
use of the t, 1 r t. have lately been made in lhe tinued with und
use of the razx.,r. '1 hirty years after this', n >iue u111 iu
we learn th t G y 4 h ;, to _reat D o r-.t-r, beyond the River J ,,rdan, frtin iSan Franci
wo learn that Gregory 47h. denrou to C. Gh,
keep up the same distition., ordered" a W:,ex au Ens1 _tn n C. t, rahanl, WV expect no
tax upon all prie~t ho wore beard-. E-j.,%%h.,,' aapapa' ,,-, the subject t,, Il-10 pors.,us will
The Grtek church we :earn made sp-,it tl e R.-al Aliati, Soeiet ,,, January7th. sr i n it,,. Mai, yha
.f thee beardless di,,iitaries of Rone, and Par to the atfo 'he dit,'ict. of the Haur the winter there
all, anid in a re.gi ,ii u nvis ited by v an y iir,,- si,.,c still co rer :
Rome to rid herself ol such ridicule, or- s t ill -
dered the laymen and monarch.3 of the pean trave',r. he foun i e a i e \ 311CCTILat lettershave
We t to b v T e K n Fall as p, rfet as if the inhabitants had ju -lt c,-nta m stories a
west lo be tlhaven. llhe King of France ^-iiisoe
I ltt thucn- the h ouses rv aining the ma3- Califoruia in 1t6-
wvere shiaved by the Popish pnrlesih.,.J, -iud~t111
e d by t e P pi sh ;si e stune do.iors, which are characteri;ic Brand,.s, who u:
and Ihe confcssor of Louis Ihe Yiung re ,s ,'euar-.c-c w nt ,
fust d abs ,,lu iio n t ill h e w o u ld co m p ly h h itl a I ,r a v O no h h, iti s i e a r l ,c e al t ie v
his old custum. Snicveeding Pop..s, iiuw- a eai heo
h uli t ,,f w hl i c s t' .n e b e i utif u lly c u t .- ri t- s tL at lie 1 ,
ever. repeah-d thist la% ,and lhe ,:,7.,r fi -.
F u ri hi..r --i s;t% iirl, Ih e r pla t'cm s w el'e re f tu n ,J i 6 vt day ; :1
a tim e \% as lost, igl tt ul, till Louis 13 4 ,f
i. p c ibd ii ,hai %here e%,.riv %lon.e was covered with In- ,rr leads eaoli 2
France pr)_scribi-d hiear~l-: btrc~inl-- lie hnil ,*v -
,h f, o hi ben t ciilions' in an unknown character, bear- Iris be.en off,,erl
wn~oie, and ll Pl e idLucessu-r l1.1.1 been rilinell ~su oirin
i. i ~~~~~I lr i1 ; (OIIIe ai])i"a1i Ill. I k I.,n t~i lei -i'k n le '. <
c.tre'; ed hyIv .-ason ,f a his liiaij i'li]i,< be-'r~ l, ii i i n ,,e j .) _, -
Phii p 5 i ,,fX Sp n wa, a Ini l, .. 1 I. i ;lp4l-abet. ,b ,i pi .,:,l-l- id lcr.,ble kin ihc e u I ,, r h A Si
,. ,, "pi i-A tii t M r. (ia oi.jliiu) In Olet an.'ieot i i I. H11 .. hI, j i
who had the ?pin i'd< .- eIj.l.- /f/-L/.ra[,./. ,, 11 ,,
H ali.n\ al'llic all-babel, I'v.,lilt., Cly In UU e i I lug. Bti i.le thi'
_: Silver by the W tfuin Lgad.--\ rich j,,u lhi'u Ar:,bIa. C'.,peis ani d iinpmieis he 3 il l I 11 t:s ,le
lt i l .- g t .sj L l i p pe' l d o t lU _.( M e .N C O0 W Il I
D l l@.j.... tj... lpp d.oul th- itii, ,f seve idl in-crilii,. s ar. p'e.ritd, -ieSL o.-uinIry II
bt[r. W ing'u ._erhiaaled by Miratiio.n. or 'lis and %%ill, n.o doubt, engage tlhe attention of t.nl' ,he day pi
Two large narii lss. thile letter was w
I 440a w th sw ive -culn anil ,'- "" -';"n'l"' helr"
^- to ..... oi;.thei5tli'-;"T'h e _.Lost_ ee.A preaclher -of the day fur sh,,oll.Ug
4:b'! tl^tij:,lt lisi, Church wam travelhig in one tor
_ .i'l- '-iL" whero an Old layl' rt-n-ivd1 h h ii-g ocet rren.e
Pa .....r.eab'u --whre a
;15, -'.-r L -P "..i-;*--- pr- u-i-:"---befoe-re .lri e.e SialeSet
T;Til^.4) -6_gr J-ro, 1,,t.thday last. A rut
..'..u-.-TO .6.yBc t n h ,ni.,ght you be froun F' lency lhat lte
^e.eF..)? ...C.evi- -" *Madamie, l reside-*in Shelby count), Burlirgion had
113. fuyam tahat-di,'-cti,. 1h-e liertal Kenucky.'I with triplets, a
JlS f.1j-,+r that State a, i_ rpreswtel "\Vall, stranger, h,,po no oflfense, but tendinng liirn t
freig'jfAvvi!. ly. ttin lie m n i i* n 0114 wha twmilighti yoji be d1-iii' Aay here ?' peers. and (ecQco
h^th,as~mta l...u few hundrud, arr- "Madlanje, I mrn searching for the lost be fullotned by
W.'": Itiey sbuld pt0ve-abudantly -heep of the hou-se of [ ,at nsiuiurn-te the inviflalile Iles ."J,ohn, John!' shouted the ,.l lady, was liil on the
-0, O&'. ha'itla w.n.l'l pr,,ve ta ric hiw
( pri ^.,dl~fclrieili in agili,-t to 'ome ,iht I. ieethils ,minute; here's a plosiun <>r laugi,
-lid~hAi.4-ha('.'!'ffe.ly prod4itvuoi1.. strag.r all the way from Shelby county, restrt,,eI, tle It
f1-- '.' ... -:* ~G~n -nitickv a hunlin' st,,ck, and I'll het equally as keenl
*7rh iaz+- ; hii~irs. -l~ :draki.ghr serveth"'"-
e-h i-th ee6n `r-5,1 plealure--the y e td. i ll]^ black ran It iAproper t, s
i:,*i: "i; *''& .. .-_,i ,.t, i _I. h a -.^.f thtt-. bhpan in ufli',t t last weiek is rIon -oiif Biurlin-lum isl 1d1


w".' I t{, t t? T .-tt nraHdfr.i-nw_-+r-Wlu. ta .m
,-, --,'. r,-, r,. -" ,, "* ++ "^-^ r^*
-t. *>..r.( ^ <~inI~r'^ n h4ll .. +,,EM ,. ,{-, .r _-,S'r,; T.\


riur I..)I iihL upo,, which
*itten Hre men had been
*uiark1, 'it was a v:ey pour
g, a8 that.'

g C,),ipiiient.--.An amn<-
I.irk place in ..tlie New
natle at Trenton 'on Afuu-
imor having obtagjned cur-
wife of the Sen;"itor f'rum
I recently prese'-nied him
rsiulul.iol wai il1resented.
the ci.'ngranl;ati,:-.us of \hi
EnnKiindii-g thIL lifis example
itie entire bodi-- of grave
Sent.ors. The jres'ilution
table, amnid a t.;irific ex-
itcr which eiiolI n not be
ol)lbio-3 relishhig h ilia j.,ke
I' aF those --MR&'- balr.
salithat ihe I-k'i^ ^^'ou
tn,- ,,. wall as eC. =,sao ex-


:et~g,


AN


About Beards,
Beards grow. spontaneously (on the facb
and chin of man, and were doubtless de
signed by the God of heaven for a wise and
benevolent purpose. Fashion, however,
ever fickle and Foolish, has made sad havock
with beards. Here and there, however
we see a man who withstands the varying
tide of fashion and would no more tiiink
of parting with his beard than he would
with his scalp. Beards, we confess, im-
part an air of masculinity about a man,
which looks noble. Nature in all her va-
ried departments, has displayed much last
and judgment-why then should we think
she erred when she planted beards upon
our chins, lips and faces ? Think of this !
Really, wt(see no more reason for shaving
the chin and face than for shaviijg the head.
Men with shaven heads look odd indeed.
And yet such is the power of the tyrant
fashion that men follow a practice for
wlthih th,.'re ls no p-,..,, re.is,:,n. \W hv
sh,.uld m en pi t u i ll it ,* !.,ng thi -r I'.ict.-
three,i o four tines w leek ? Verily tlhee
A ,,eed of rii,(,r lin -re. \Ve hop,, thlie day
will one da y arrm',, when % I., -rls w il bi.
allowed lo, gr,0i an,.l d lxir'iate, I ..in .
Alen cann.Jt ,t .-II ,, ,,,t;it ,,iCL \ iiih
determuial,_,n o ,',o j., iL-iri rf',i vi ld





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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

-ISLAND CITY

RESTAURANT.



THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING COMPLE-.
TED his building, begs leave to notify the citi-
zens of Fernandina ani those visiting the place,
that his estab.ishmeht
IS NOW OPEN
For their accommodation. Ha *ill always be
prepared to serve up the various delicacies of
the shason
IN SUPERIOR STYLE. ,
Having e0gaged one of the most experienced
caterers and cooks of the city of Charleston, he
pledges himself that every effort shall be made
to gratify the palates and promote the comfort
of his guests.
FRESH GAME, FISH, OYSTERS,
AND
MEATg OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Will constantly be received by the daily line of
steamers from Charleston.
IiVATIA ROOMS
For partiestprovided and attentive servants al-
ways on hands A superior W


Of PHELAL'S make, has .ben plaeoI in the
second ;tory.
By unwearied effor's to please, aMd n deter-
minatiun to keep his table supplied nith The
chie?e.t and finest (omi.i dl.,lee, he h,.pes t., enjoy
n liberal .A ... or the pul.l'. pttr.,.' go
Alarch 2) F. J. CL.ARK.*


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ANN6-UNBTCMENTS.
Will-.' p y'fMt^v1ttghWm.
Mr EJitor:--Please announ VANCE, as a Candidate for the ;Mice of Mir- Marion, antprer,- .aalli[Kia,A
shai at the ensuing City Election, and oblige ilnun County,.of th..M d. bait- Abo,
pa-, 8 -.. MANY FRIENDS. United Stiwsr- Di.el.t Coi..ra^ "mr
.'Mr. Edilr:--Please announce. Mr. LEWIS .. ... I ," .
G'ARDNE114 a Candidate for re-election to the -11111 %Naar joki pLB J~
0kee of Cily Marshal, at the ensuing election, > -* : ,_ -
and-oblise MANY VUOT PS. "pEGU'..0GIRL.--tt' on i in
.^*^ "nUS da: optfo ,1
1iVyThe friends (,f Col S ST. GEO. ROGRB6, 4 ft. t "ittisthe'uppr front ufh vei?
of Marion Cuunty, announce him as a 'Catdid' e broad, anas be "p tjof be" 1 Wier frortitee
or Major tleneral of the Eastern Diisllou lf caved" i- .fe's asA.T-"M MARY-
Florida Militi', at. the.election cn the First Mon- but all I can learn .froo her whuriabor
day in May next. mar. l-te .th oabe Bonce bin.ged to alMr. Bryce a
NOW. HJoCEIVINQ"IInt ;^ ao`^teQ^f ti 1b
DY Sebry.B'lackbird, from Baltimore, oWdei reoitlted to eotmifbtrwtrda'
B 1000 busheLe BEST WHITE CORN:' .nd.takj Ier away, or ,elat a
50 bartela FLOUR. UjaU. ..- ".
Mch 15 B-ROOME s& THOMPSON. Waldo. F lkg.-t', ,-`:. .


MAGNIFICENT BEQ.UEST.
The Charleston papers record the death
of Mr. Wm. Enston in that city on the
23d inst. The deceased gentleman was a
native of England, and had resided in
Charleston for twenty-five years. During
this period he had accumulated an im-
mense property in the 'furniture business
and by judicious investments. He owned
large quantities of real estate in the cities
of Cincinnati, Chicago and his adopted
home. The whole of his property, after
his wife's death, with the exception of
some*legacies to his brothers and their
families, (he himself being childless) is
bequeathed in trust to the'city of Charles-
ton for benevolent purposes. It is esti-
mated at from two to five millions of
dollars.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
The Rev. Mr. Wombwell has received a
large supply of standard and miscellaneous
works. Also, an assortment of fancy and
staple stationery, from the most substan-
tial articles for mercantile purposes, to
the delicately tinted and gilt-edged sheet
whereon lovers are accustomed to Indite
their tender epistles. Call and see him.
THE TEA PLANT.
Dr. MlcMillan, our worthy Postmaster,
has exhibited to us some specimens of the
Chinese Tea Plant, recently received from
the Patent Office at Washington. The
Doctor intends testing their adaptation
to this climate. We shall watch the stic-
cess of the eXperiment with considerable
curiosity,
NEW HAMPSHIR]E.
The Black Republicans have carried this
State by a largely increased majority,
And this, too, in the teeth of the Union
Meetings and assurances that public senti-
ment at the North had undergone a change
and assumed a more healthy tone. All
the New England States will follow in the
wake of New Hampshire.

POST MASTER GENERAL HOLT
Arrived on the 27th inst., in the steam-
er Gordon, -from Charleston. His pres-
ence among us is occasioned by the serious
illness of Mrs. Holt, wsho has beenpassing
the winter at Magnolia. on the St. Johns
River, for the benefit of her health.

FROST.
We learn that there was a heavy frost
observed at 6ainesville and vicinity on
the morning of the 2Gth. It is feared that.
the growing vegetation has been seriously
dainaged.
j-5~We are under obligations to Mr.
aUqor.?,.for a copy of his speech on Florida


FoR THE EAST FL.ORIDIAN.
Fernandlna Rifles.-Attention Conmpany

An appeal to the o-ps--that's dyifi
Just for the want or breath,
By one who's rying-'-rying--.
o hoid It back from Death.
Aii'd may 1red Mars look down, and biess
His Huible effort with success I


S-WML,. E,: BAB C OC K.
EDITOR AND PReOPRI ETOB.



THURSDAY. MARCH 29, 1860.


Gleanings from the Florida P-tss VRo THE LASr rLoat1iA.
--;O;_- MARION OUNTY, E. FLA., (
G; W. Whilden has been conVicted o0 0: March 18. 18i60. f
forgery at Ouincy and sentenced -to pay a 'oJle, ar It. -In a V i 'tt a.nt of my
fine Bf $400. promise, I send you a short amount or my
, A. hegro boy.i'd, found guilty hb killing ',andifhjs, since I left, ot Island. City.
Duri A. McPbaul, in Liberty coufly, 1~My ^sty here has been tinexpedtbedly pro-
Duntah A Mcha~l inLibe~tyeou~~ylorj-ged, so that I am still almost at the
will be hung on the Gth day of April next. sttig point hI" am r o-e.t tothe
A change has taken plate in the manage- 8tattnpi be m poedted tour. I
ment of the Tampa Peninsula. Mr. De- have however, made use of this delay, to

Launay, the former editor, having retired. acquaint myself with a considerable por-
.tion of this country. To one accustomed
t h e v a c a n c y h a s b e e n fi l le d b y S i m o n T u r o b s a du n m a n a g e a ble s w am p s
man, Esq. to arren sands!nd unmanageable swamps,
The Home Companion states that Allen, the tichoness of the oil-and the easy
another of the murderers of Dr. Keitt, apttion to agriculture of the hammocks
was hung on the 14th inst. Isaac, another ofMarion, form a pleain surprise, meg-
accomplice, is to be banished from the nificent with the verdure of Oak, Bay,
State. John, Zelius and XIelvina will re- Magnolia, Hickory and Sweetgum,just suf-
ceive from twenty-five to fifty stripes a ciently intermixed with the stately Pal-
day for ten days, Sundays excepted. metto. to ge them the semitropical chat-
The Family Friend says that a ve tr peculiar to this portion of the State.
T amily Frn ss tt ey Theso Hammocks rise in bold relief from
heavy business has been done over the among the Pines, and ghidden the eye.
Montcelo Branch Road durndr the past 0
Mont rn Roa dr in the tired by the glar ofstiun with their deep
six m months. The editor ventures the as- s S f n o e
sertlo -*n tha ther has be iaor buins shade. Surely no one enters here, with-
sertion that there has beet! more business ,, ', ,
done upon this branch than over twentyout-Alackening his horse's pace, ard ira
miles of any other road in the State. with biting with uncovered bead the reviving
the exception of that between St; Marks coolness. At this season espediallyj these
and Talighassee ...... The same paper stag woods present a rich appearance; The
gests a railroad connection between Men- Dogwood. the Maple, the Jessaminei the
ticello; Fla,, and Thomasvllle, 0a, Z trumpett Vine are in bloom, and the fresh
A. Doggett, Esq., has treoentlypurchased sappy foliage of the Gun and IHickory, re-
an interest in the JacksonvillewStandard, lives theglossy sheen of the Bays and Pal
and will co-operate wilih Dr. Steele in the mettds, and contrasts finely with the som-
management of that paper, The late pub- bre 2lo ating from-the gnarle Oak.
fisher, Mr. Ramon (Janeoa, isttifnatea the Truly the happy man. who to a full ap-
intention of launching ailothef newspaper Prit'on of nature's more quiet beauties,
enterprise at sortie other points unites the artists skill, would find rich
They had a grand celebration In Jack- awardss for his toil. Magnigcenlt groups
sonville on the 14th inst., in honor of the fvStation, reflected in the pladtd wa-
,completion ot their railroad. From twelve ttrs of some crystal spring or lakelet,
to thirteen hundred of the good Citigens of await the pencil of the painter. Words,
Columbia, New River and SuwAtnee doun- even were they indited by the Sylvan
ties were in attendance. The guests were Muse, can but poorly picture the lqiiet,
taken on an excursion Up and down the repose inviting beauties of such scenery !
St. John's River, and were treated with Let us turn then froth the picturesque to
the utmost hospitality. Many good things the lsefdl, fom the virgin forest-to the
were said and-eaten ....... W. H. G.,,Saun- fied.
ders, of Clay county, is announced in the Far" as th6 dyo dan rdddhi Plantatiofi,
Republican as a candidate for the office of cover the hills. Every where the negtfoes
Major General for the Eastern Division. are busy painting or replanting, and it is
The ladies of the Methodist Episcdpr a pleasure to look at the rich soil, as it
Church in Tallahassee, have suceeeJe%.i.1 turns over from the ploushare. These
e rec ting a n d fu rn islhing at n eat an0l ,,N[tvr umue l nor e, li nela n rlc w ill sh o w ti l ei r
portable Parstnia-o for the use uf ilhlei-I3t- v"irtut5 onl af loner culii^i .
:'_n ai ilures n.Crops ,are as n ,,ch it,.?to
Pastor. The builling wa< taken ponAe ^ lura t..^'w-opi ar e lan.lt, as to
sion ul by the Rev. J. R. Glover. who,is. i
".bo!.d,-fia.tn or insect. InIed.
well known to many of our citizens, 4 Vi .. ,:
the 21s in i. A -A' l l t wI I show the presence e
the~~~~o 21s iste""am]. "
The MSale Debts v ""tg,:a ILlAthe, and
Gov. Perry has just returned fre!inore the sil i4; tilled.
flying visit to Charleston on businh-.-- *itf essential, to VCeetaile
nected witlh a debt, rr which ihe Sia .a .R'-I,. available. A s we ap-
aUlhorkt oli .ei~sgislature. has. b -,snre of the planters dxvcl
aithc in --iiee the the Ie |A


|W3. C0 H. AUtY, Esq., will act as our
Agent for thejTown or Gainesville and vicinity,
and is authorized to receive subtcriptions and
advertisements, and give receipts for same.
13'JoaPHn WALKER, Esq., No, 120 Meeting
St., is our Agent for the city of Charleston, S. C.


Fres rivals





T E SUBSCRIBERS "
I Woulh respectfully announce that 66ey- have
e JUST RECEIVED! -
A NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK OF




HARDWARE
GR BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS'
WHICH THEY ARE OFFERING AT

Remarkably LoW Prices I

Their Stock consists in pfrt Ji f <
Ladies' Dress Goods, I
White and Colored Brilliants,
.,..Fancy and, Mourning Prin-tsiv-

hI6e G0oods, Hiosiery, Dom' ksj
(,di' e,,,s. "nLU^ '


Awake, ye valiant sons of war !
Awake from lazy slumbers !
Arise To Coheu's Hal! repair-
In overwhelming numbers !
A month or two ago, or more,
With w,)nd'rous resolution-
You set to work and hatched a corps,
And signed its Constitution.
You got its By-Laws passed, and all
Its officers elected j
You got the uniforms and armis
All chosen-and--epected.
You got the Comp'ny tip-in f.actt
You got it domn-in writing ;
And all you lacked was drilling-now,
And bye-and-bye-some fighting.


TIME OF HOLDING COURT
*In the different Counties.of Suwannee
Circuits, as enacted by the Legislature and
approved by the Governor, January 15,
1859: '
Spring Terms
Alachua ................. 2nd Monday in April,
Levy .................... .3rd Monday in April.
Lafayette ............... 4th Monday in April.
Suwannee 1st Monday after 4th Mon-
Suwance..^ day In April.
Columia... 2nd Monday after 4th Mon-

New River 3rd Monday after 4th Mon-
I day in April.

Nassau ...... 4th Monday after 4th Mon.
day in April.


Fall Term. *
Alachua ............. 2nd Monday in October.
Levy .................3rd Monday in October
Lafayette ........ ... 4th Monday in October.
Suwanee.. t Monday after 4th Mon-
Suwannee... day in October,

Columbia.'.' % n Monday after 4th Mon-
C i.day in October.
NW River. $ 3rd Mohday after 4th Mon-
I day in October.

Nassau ...... 4th Monday after 4th Mon-
I day in October.






But just at ttlat important point,
Your zeal began a-flagging ;
"V'esprit du corps" got out of joint.,
And "things" got into lagging.
You seemed forgetful of the nights-
For Squad had Comp'ny drilling.
And thereby miss'd some rare good fights.-
When rare good blood was spilling.
To be n-re plain, and not to joke,-
You missed some glorious swilling-
When throats -were cut and lecks were
broke,
And something red was spilling.
Now don't ou lkn,,w-that, holding back
From drills-will quickly warp us ?
And can't you see that U will make
Our "corps" a lifeless "corpus"

It's mightyI bad for things to lagp
It's polityy sure to dull us ;
And quite in-appropos to flag-
Before we get our "colors",
0 sfihde oft Gen'l Washington !
Our men are'nt worth a shliling;-
Thley're up-O yes "wa!-up" to fun,
But down--"way-down"Ion drilling.
O gh..>[ >'l" Gc-i'l L-il', ette !
t(,inrc I.' lteh Ihrleie i~izy \oun~ss'crs-
That lv,.'yv l ,t con le Ill d ills, itl \cl-
'T'hL'\ '.l kcr'i' ;I. |C'cI~r' "l aiii,,ni~ t u.t
Awail,,": then. \'.,lhai s,,s .,f \\tr f
,Xl i- r h'-i, laI;i. v hniiber !
Amid oii'e-d--ei r/ 1.) G ,hilien'i 1 tlli-
M.-itair inl s\i'.lling I|Ui .-]'' !


TELEGRAPHIC





VOTERSr TO, THE POLLS I
it must, not be forgotten by our citizens
that on next Monday, the 2d of April,
ocdurs the annual election for City Officers.
The present board of officers have dis-
charged their duties faithfully and efficient-
ly, and deserve the thanks of the entire
community. Under their administration
ffany valuable and necessary improve-
ments have been instituted and carried
into execution, tending to embellish and
advance our young and rapidly growing
city. We hope that the same liberal spirit
will characterize the proceedings of their
successors. Muc has been effected du-
ring the past year, but much will remains
to be accomplished. See to it, therefore,
Voters! that you elect men who are in
favor of progress, and who will keep pace


;t^' l ^ == :=k-li,. one M.,,4irr, Eight Cuunci/,neo. OnM City
T.nCount'y. and lier cizen- ,- upon your Treasurer One Clty Clerk, O.n-e City llar-
-ferend. the and0,.. (.'ongrc.ssional. s. a i ( City Enginr,'; each of
WA~IIIIcr-ON. Mar-ch 2f6l-.Sina/.-The ^ n]|jy, ^i,.(-~v
FJR THE v.,3r FL RIDAN Pa ifc ,llcraN. Bill wa s p"2e-- ;,n a--l'hso, Tb n shall hold his ofice f,,r twelve
A.R TIFOC. N.r F RIDIAN. Pamo nthsgraph BII was paed also, } and until his successor is elected
M.r AION T'a 218 one for supplying the States with aelms and qualified "

Editor East Floridian-Dear Sir:- the Consular and Diplomatic Bills, and a Sc. 2. BeRfiurler ordained, That it
T h e a rt cl r o B e s f L vy o u ty / j i n t r e o lu tio n fo r th e re lie f o ,f M a il C o n I" i -
The article, "Iron Beds of Levy County," joint ^ Ms 00. shall be the duty of -the Mayor, or person
in your issue of yesterday, puts me in tractors., acting as Mayor, to give notice~of the time
mind, that I have frequently met with in- H se presental -Mr. Gar-. nd place said election, by publication
dictios o~ra inmywanerigs hroghnett, (if Va., introduced vjbill, atthorizing ; 'f
dications of Iron in my wanderings through for at leas ten -days preceding the day of
the Peninsula. In the range of hills, that citizens of uther States to carry slaves into holding the same, and to ap,,oii three in.
separate Levy and Alachua, I have found the Territory of Kansas. spectors to conduct the sal'n.fe T binshould
that beautiful, goldlike crystal, the "pyrite A resolution was passed, looking tot the said notice, froeh any caurae, fail to be
of Iron," attached to crystalized limestone. M pnn of ngtiations, which would given, or-the said inspectors fail to be ap-
Some of the specimens are very fine. In make the slave trade piracy by the law o! pointed, or, being appointed, fail to be pre-
the low alluvial lands, between the Wa- nations. sent, then a majority'of the electors pre-
kassa'ssa and the Ottercreeks, the hematite A resolution was offered, instructing the nusualmplace of holding the elec de-pro"
occurs frequently, and in considerable Judiciary Committee to report a bill in- tion on said election day, may choose three
quantity. The most valuable deposits, terdicting slavery where Congress has the o t o nm t a a inspectors,
however, of Iron in this State, that have powr This elicited great interest, and ond the election conducted by the three
come under my notice, occur in the was negative by 45 majority. inspectors thus chosen, shall be in all re-
swamps, bordering on the prairies of the Th deficiency and other bills were re cts as valid as if the appointment had
Unnr St..Johns. There the boulders are ported. been regularlv made bv lthe Mayor.


DOZIER & B
A SUPPLY pF

SPRING GODS!
OF THE LATEST 'TYLES. :

Towellings, Dimity. M'ar.eillei,N'int,,n Flau-
nel. Shirtings and Sbhe?,;nM'W LFNEN for
Pants, Shirts and Cuat, *iteand Co. '
loTed Brilliants, F.tn1V and Furni-
ture Prints, Ginghd. Lawn, Or-a ""
gandie and Muslih Dress Pht- ''. -
terns, Ladies' fd Gents,
Kid, Silk, Cotfep and .
Linen Gloves 9am
Gauntlets I
Gents. Neck Ties a% Cravat&
in addition to other artieci in this lhnat, e numerous to mention, they ha*ve also received a
fresh supply of >

Boots and roes I
The beauty and style of which weuld compel thU m.
ladies to look with admiration ueo'n the ugliest
root and t(e poorest calf All- tese things and
many others may be seen by caling at the Cheap .. "
Store of ^S
DOZIER & BRO0ME. X
Fernandina, Fla., Mar. 15 42 2t


0adjiu'
NEW PASSENGER" .
The schooner S. N, Smith, Capt. Smith,
arrived on the 23d inst., seven days out
from the Capes of Delaware, with two
passengercars for the Florida Railroad.
These cars are of the first class, are ele-
gantly fitted up, provided with all the
modern improvements, and can accommo-
date comfortably sixty persons each.
They are from the celebrated factory of
Messrs. Harlan, Hollingsworth & Co., Wil-
* minlton, Delaware. In addition to the
above; ihe S. NM. -8sith 'has atlso on board
suffieient trucks- for thirty freight cars.
We are glad to perceive -that the above
road is making ample preparation for the
business which has increased with such
rapidity of late.
"SHIPWRECK.
; ^ve have been informed that the schr.
Col. Wyfikoop. of and for this place, was
reoentlywrecked off CapedCanaveral. The
Wynkoop was loaded with a cargo of green
turtle and fruit. A small insurance had
been effected upon the vessel and cargo,
which were totally, lost. A gentleman,
who was a passenger in the. Wyncoop,
states that a British bark, loaded' with*
mahogany, went to pieces at the same
time and 'place. No lives were lost on
either vessel.


PM vj0to 700 hWI,. .-- The qualoies in most
,request have beti s',11d at full prices. The
market presents no new features, and we
have renewedethe quotations of the previ-
ous week, viz: Common to Prime Floridas
23 to 30, and upwards for Fine and Extra;
Clean Common to Good and fine Mains
and Santees, 28 to 38; and Middling Fine
to Fine Island Cotton from 40 to 55ceand
upwards, as to quality.--Charleston Cou-
rier.
To Correspondents of Newspapers.
Dr. Stevens, of the Advocate and Jour-
nal, after nearly twenty years of editorial
life, recently gave the following estimate of
probabilities in regard to cjmmuni cations
being read. Correspondents whose two
or three and four column articles are slum-
bering in our pigeon-holes, will please ac-
cept it as a full explanation of their non.
appearance:- -."A communication which is
a fourth of a column long is 'read by most
readers, unless its subject is manifestly
repulsive, over half a column long is read
by half our readers ; a column long by a
third of them ; a two column article by not
one-tenth ; a three or four column one by
nobody whatever, except the weary editor
and his proof reader, and the few who may
have a personal or very special concern in
the article."
The above article which we extract from
the Charleston Courier, expressing the
opinion and experience of an old and ac-
complished Editor, contains pregnant truth.,
Verbosity is always disagreaable and tire-
some. "Brevity is the soul of wit.'"

Change of Schedule.-The Floridian &
Journal of the 24th instf., says:-A new
schedule goes into operation, on the Pen-
sacola & Georgia Railroad to-morrow.
The train for Goodman's some 14 miles
'from Madison, will leave the Tallahassee
Depot at six in the morning, and the train
from Monticello at four in the afternoon.
Passengers going East, who take the six
o'clock train, can reach Jacksonville and
Fernandina the next morning. At the
latter place, steamboats run daily to
Charleston, and -four times a week to Sa-
,annah. This is now the shortest and
most comfortable route- to either of these
cities. ; ... ... .. .
The Directorsof the Pensacola &Georl-
gia Railroad Company, says the Family
Friend, were in session at our -town on
Wednesday:hist. The main business be-
fore them was the application fur a connec-
tion with our road, by the proposed Val-
dosta Braneb, at Madison. What final
disposition was, made of the, -matter we
are unable to learn,but aire inf0'rmed that
a number of the Directors are opposed to
nnv. -nnnat-4inn npqtnfr th V.t AtlfinnA^


and the Guvernnment ought to pay it with-
out further delay.-Flo. I- Journal.

Buckinglhm Smith Esq.,
It affords us great pleasure to announce
the arrival at his home of this gentleman,
the late Secretary of Legation at Madrid.
After an absence of several years in the
servic,-_of his country, in Mexico and
Spain, he comes to enjoy the oWim n cure
dignitate, in the midst of his own orange
and other evergreen bowers. During his
absence in the public service, it is under-
stood, he has gathered from the time hon-
ored records of Madrid and other cities of
Spain, much to illustrate and enrich the
marvellous and copious history of our An-
cient City and State. We trust he may
not again be allured from the pleasing la-
bor of arranging and preparing, those ma-
terials for publication, that the world may
be benefitted by his many years of research
'among the musty .documents relating to
the early settlement and possession of our
country. WVe are happy to learn, that a
more accurate history of DeSoto and his
expedition may soon be expected from his
pen.-St. Augustine Examiner.

Charleston and Savannah Railroad.-
Are our readers aware that it is almost
time to begin to prepare ourselves to re-
ceive the important addition to our Rail
Road outlets as a finished fact ? The
work is progressing finely, and as rapidly
as good and faithful work can be done, un-
der the energetic and responsible contrac-
tors. Drane & Singletary, assisted by
McDowoll & Callahan. Three hundred
negros are now at work.
Charleston Courier.

South 'Carolina Medical College.;-At
the annual commencement of this Institu-
tion on the 11th inst., the following gen-
tlemen from Florida, received diploma's of
M. D. We publish their theses also :
Wni. B linger, Intermittent Fever.
E. A, Jelkls, Icterus.
* C.W. Lewis, Malaria.
P;.--H .'aomas, Pleurisy.

Requisition Refused.-The Governor of
Virginia- his made a requisition on the
Governor of Ohio for the arrest of Owen
Brown and Francis Merriam, alleged Har-
per's Ferry insurgents,- who arre supposed
to be now in Ashtaibula* county. Gov.
Den;sorn declines issuing theO wavr"antes, arnd1
has communricated his reasons tOr Go;.,


large, of great specific gravity, and strong-
ly attracted by the magnet. As an in-
stance, I cite the swamps bordering on
,'Hunting Prairie," a few miles below Lake
Munroe. Whether Ut will pay to work
these ares. has to be decided by those
more skilled in metallurgy, than I am.
Truly yours, K.
The Col. Coltrell.-We omitted in our
last to-- mention the arrival at this port
from (edar Keys, a few days since, of the
steameir Col. Cottrell, which was seriously
damaged a few weeks since near Clear
*Water-Harbor, and has been brought here
for reipairs. She is commanded by her
clever ijwner, Capt. Tucker, who is one of
the useful institutions of the promising
town it Atsenie Otie.-Pensacold Obser-
ver. s,
Charleston Convention.-The Charles.
ton pa'Aers confirm the statement that $5
a day will be the established prico for
board t the hotels of that city during the
holding$ of the Democratic National Con-
ventiol. The Courier says those visitors
and delegates who are coming on vessels
and hkivo prepared for their eating and
sleeping on board, may congratulate them-
selves T'n the wisdom of their course.

One '.Thousand Dollars per. Week.---A
friend i naorms us that he made application
at Chatleston for accommodations, and
that 0,e prices aked -were $1000 per
week fr|>r a. parlor, three bed-rooms, and
d ofr six persons.
other case, '$50 per week was asked
fot~i^ rooms without furnitOre.-- Wash.


By order of the Councilt
E. W. PERRY, Clerk.

PROCLAMATION.
IN obedience tu The al.u-% e i-!i,, ,,,ie. It
is Ordered, Tlhat ;an 'Olh-., I.-W ]h, I, 1.1 in
fhe iaail d C iy ,.f' l'I\-I 1li11.I, 11:1 M1 ilay.
the seemid, tl.y ul April nexi. r,[ ,\MaI yor,
Eight Cjun-iI.lrii, 'I rc;;imir'ti, 'lt i k. M ar-
slhal, And Ciiy Engineer.
The f i.,lli, ii,,g namrd per.sons are hereby
appointed Inspectors of said election, viz:
JA.IrS 11. MI'RoRV, Jr.
B. A. COACH3MAN,
CRIAS. 0. BERNAD;n.
Given under my hand, this tho 20Lh day
of March, A. D., 1S60.


Items from New York.
NEW YORK, March 26.-The Canada's
mails left here for the South this morning.
The reported insanity of A. T. Stewart
is a hoax, and unfounded.

PASSEN GERS.


Per steamer Gordon, Capt. Adkins, from
Charleston, March 22.-T J Orayton, IT
L Lawrans, Dr Beckett, Jos Sampson, Jas
Bowes, Jas B Bean, Mrs Piggott, L H
Piggott, T Brice. Mr Groshon, Rev J B
Campbell-2 on deck.
Per steamer Gordon, Capt. Adkins,
from Charleston, March 24.--F B Medecis.
R M Guy, F J Clark, M Mood, J F Mc-
Neill, F Bryson, J W Patton, J E Patton,
C T Burrowee, M MAoris, Judge F Living
ston. Thos. Houghington, F Et Harrison-
1 on deck.
Per steamer Gordon, Capt. Adkins,
from Charleston, March 27.-W B Bryan
0 H Pierson, H Smith, Capt Bash.hltt.,
Jno Gamble, G B Waterhouse. J L Reni-
ker, Miss Scott. Miss .;mith, Theodore
Scott. 11 Rall,T'Starkc,P.P..I G Holt-4
on deck.
Per -Steamer Augusta, -Capt. Philips,
from Savannah, March 26.-E Gordon, D
W Hart, M Coburn, Geo HIelvenston, .P
Breever, J I Baker, John Knight, MA C
Brooks, R K C \Veeks, TU Strange, C A,
Cald\vell, .J R Bell, A.H Sawyvr, J R
Richards, J .M Sparkman, -J E Harrison.
Miss Gardner, Samuel Quincy & lady, T
0 Might, Miss Palmer.
Per Steamer Carolina, from Charleston.
Capt. Flinn, March 28,--M Ehritich, 0 L
Wootan, J C Browu. W D Nyles, John
Rhett, J W Baird, M Triest, Mrs. Hop-
kins & serv'tr Mr Hf-olms -& lady, Capt
noxetter. "


RATHER UNUSUAL.
A flridObald-headed eagle honored our,
town with a visit last Monday. Alighting
-.. upon a pole in the marsh, near the wharf


'g M srs. Taylor; Beckham & Co., he sat
for, B e time a spectator of the busy
scene aroun d him, apparently unannoyed
by the numerous persons whom his pre-
nonce had attracted. An ambitious sports-
man fired tw-ce"lat the fearless creature,
% but we were glad to see that the noble
bird escaped nninjurcd.
; ;. ":--- .
WO'NT BUN.
/ ., *L "W egret to learn that, Joseph Finegan,
Eseof this place, who has been favorably
S Spoken of in several papers in connection
With the office of ]Arigadier General, has
decided not to become a candidate. His
business relations are of such a nature as
to preclude the possibility of. hisrving,
even if elected.
e
JB "The members of the Presbyterian
Church have recently purchased a large-
B' ell, which has.been received and placed
10 the belfry of that Church,. It 'posses-


F. LIVINGSTON,
Mayor, pro tem. V
43 ti .


Mar. 22


-* -- -*.>


THE EAST FLORIDIAN,


Atteti ..o.. O"
A REGULAR DRFLL O6'-THf:?
JFERNANDINA RIFL ES-will he "
held at the Armory n Sal(
N ig h t th e 3 1 s t i n s l ain t t t. f| -
seven o'clock. -| ^
A full and punctual fn|
is expected. i ... -
By order ,- ,
March 29 t U


FOR THE

Charleston Conventi


CARPET iER 01 TOOLS, NAILSr ,-r "'". .
Tj which lhoy invilo the ,i'lenti-,n ofl-all.
BERNARD) & BtJRR.
M ar.oh 2. 2 A4 3 ~r- - .

Admiilstratr,'s Sale;k%


A Tf-GUST Am







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-------- -- r-- -.- .- ---- ------- ----~ --~--~-- I-~~ ~-~-~~~ --- -----~ ~~~`~~-- ~---~-;i~ 1


Fernandina and Savannah.

'$EMI-WEMKLY STEAM PACKET.

FREWIT AND PASSAGE
GREATLY REDUCED!

THE SUPERIOR AND ELEGANT


V. 1. Taylor. 2T b okham. L:: Harriion.

TAYLORIBECKHAM&CO.
COMMISSION MEkiaHANTS
* ** AND, "
RECEIVING Alp F94WARDING AGiftS.
1ERNANDINA FLA.. "
Agenia lr 65tesaer Carolln,,; an. 0o
1.SaVhunah and Florlda Line olrtblbl'l
ere St; Marys ind St.,Johns,h M
New York Yni" bEPacefet,
Liberal CASH Aidanees s i'] e bio Cl hm
consighed to our Mriends ih Charleitoh
and Sttanvang.


,Col.t 'W. tall, Fernandina, Fla. n.
A. Brantly, Madison Fla. 0 Oov.*. SP 1%tf
Mioenopy Fla. ; Branitly, ,Ocla, 'la., Va4-
elfor'd, Fay A Co., Messi. BostOn I TillaloatI
Messrs. Tison 4, GOo*~nt Svnah .ti 36i
A. McRae, Wilmington N. 0, Messrs. boIl lI
Potter & Co., New York.
Fernandina, Fla. October 14, 198.-tf...
LEWIS P. ROUX. G EO RGE a Rou x.

ROUX & CO.-.
ebelvIng and JForwardlini Ageiut

GE.NERAt COMMISSION mniCkAirTT
B , .-- A,v-- ..... %i

SPECIAL .attention given, to the Salo of COt
.TON, MOSS, HIDES and PRODUCE gen
er~lly. .. *, ... '
gW'Cotta4 Rhd other Merehandisq for~arda4
with care adat 861spatch.
July 7 .

E. At & k H. JEFFORDS
A,_ SECd~lI STREE,,-,
FEBKAN D INA" iAl
b. ALR R, -, .. t
Grainj Flour, Bacon, L4uors and,
Groceries, C"I erally.
TERMS................. : ................... CASI.
References :-J. A. IB-irckmyer, Charlesto,
S. C,; E. H. Rogers?& Co., do,; L*n7eau, Smiht
& Whilden, do.; B,1 Q. Biqckney, Jr., do'. W. M
Tunno, do. ; le rords &oC., to.
Aul.I ... I .Q 13 ly..
B. A, COACH MAN

FORWARDING & ;COMMIstO(
MERCHANT AND GROCERY
I',iNAiiNbll, FLI.
S PECIAt, a1'ttqnt&1i64, (. t R ~~y~
and FORWARDINGl ,fd Sale of COttO
and other Prodace.
iREFERENCES ,
Dolner Potter & Co.,.... New Tort '
Richard Lathers, ....... do.
E. Robbins and Bradley, do !
John Fraser & Co.,c.... ..Cirlestoo, S .C.
D. L. MoRay,.......... do.
Gilliland, Howell & Co., ,... do. :
Felix Livingston,.... Fernandina, Fl
A Cole,H............ do.
Gco. W Call,........:. o. ,
M. S. Perry, ........ *Micaeopy, Fla.
Fernandina, Fla., April 7,.1858=ly.. ..





PIONEER HOTEL,
A. COY, Prpifietor:
FERNANDINA, FLORiDA.


'PATTON HOUSE.
THE I"PATTON HOUSE," SITUATED
upon 5th Street near Centre, in the cityBJH
of Fernandina, will be opened by Miss M. J.
Patton, to-morrow, the first day of July.
The House has just been completed-is com-
modious, and pleasantly situated-within a siort
distance of the

RAIL ROAD DEPOT
AND
The Steamboat Landings,
Yet far enough removed to avoid tli e a'nyance
which a very closb proAimity V'6 either Would
produce.
Every arrangenieht has been male to 6dpply
the able with the bet wic the season affords,
and no pains will be spared to render the guests
of the house comfortable.
A share of the #bllc ttiitgi s. lis d.
M. 3. PATTON.
Juno 30t.M, 1850. 6 tf

PROFESSIONAL 0AR" DS.

"GEe. DEWSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FERNANDINA, FLA.
Aug. 11 12 ly


COklbiTION POWDERS


CALL, LONG & BUTLER,
AT -N]-EYS AT LAW.
NAy:DINA, FLA.


BAY fci i, f, SAVANNAHAl'lr,, V
ir.r^ REN CE S : ,
kl. ilA. iiade bbk C avaniikalt Gl
R. A. Alien, i 9
A.A. Smety, 9 1
Col.A. S. Jones; '. "
Hiram Roberts, ,1 ...
Judge D. R-.Tucher, Milledgeplie. .
Hon. Chas. J. Jonkens, Augusid. -
Capt. David Bush, 4 mile, So. COLi, !
Col. A? P, Aldrichi Barnwell C, H, g.
Gen.- .iH.Ayer. "
j7 COTTONs. shippea via. &efin a
addressed to the. care of, any of 1he Forwardi
Merchants qf that place, will be promptly rSR
ceived..- .. July 7--Iy
APAMS,1 X INiNEY 11 O;
IMPORTERS
BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, &e;,
9ole importers Imperlil Gtis.4
'90 UItE Y T16] T, .
I NEW YQRRi
J. X. A4amn. H. D. Mo~ifiby; IVW.- ad&
Ejy'Reptrsehied ly J. J: NtW6SME,-if
Georgia, 1 ,,
dir(alders respoctftilly 9ohicitd .d fi-U1
promptly; 1,
Feb. 16 3d J Y.


NOW IN STORE!
W E have bust received b thie "'BRarque F.
400 bushels Egypitian Biatck .6ts;
600 do: Alper Dark and White Oats.
lU0 do. Seed l'ye.
25 barrels Su-er Fine 1idur'.
53) ad. 8Etrar Flamily Flour,
10p do. Super Irish Potatoes.
10 db. Unions.
10 do.. Apple'.
1000 lbs. BUTTER.
400 lbs. CHEESE.
1500 lbs. LEAP LARD.
350 Bales Hay,.
50o0 lbs. BACON.
2000 lbs. HAMS.
XSC Pairs Eitira Neiro BLANKETS I
Asb A HEAVY STOCK oi4
Clothing, Furniture, Kerseys, Gaiiabfirgg,
trogariS fe, &6 id.
All of which will be sold
VE71R Y LOV FOR CASH
Or, in Exchange for Cotton.
BROOME & THOMPSON.
Oct. 20 22 tf


....' bne lM ai-,r. for.e,,,.t, ( ,:.,,,, ,l>as t,,ll,,i-. r >"
For -t:i., 1'- 9gwr composed of the Militifti
of Eeainmba county.
For ihb 2nd Regimctit, t. r,,-..edl df the Militia
Of SanAt aa -ndWty; -
------ For tbe 3rd Regiment, composed bf lh6 Militia
of Walton county
For the 4W1 Regiment, comiposed of thb Militia
of .Wishiiagtibi *iAd Holmes counties
For the Bth Regiment, composed of 'the Militia
bf Franklin and Calhoun counties;
For the 6th Regiment, composed of the Militia
bf *Tackson county.
Far the 7lh Rigiunint; coimposed of the Militia
pbf U.ididlen nnd Liberty counties.
- F,,r tho 8th Begim nt,'cSiposed of tne Militia
bf Leon county
For the 9th Regiment, composed of the Militia
bf .Wakulla county.
For the 10tb Regiment, cotposed of tho Mlltia
bt Jeffersiln county:
-or ithe Ihth RegimAeAt cb-iposed of the Militia
of Madisoni, Tayldr atnd Lafayette counties.
For the 12th Regiment, coaipoiubd of the Militia
of IlAmilton county. 0
For the 1~th Regimet; cbmiposed ot the Militia
of Columbia, New River and Suwannee counties.
For the 14tn Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of A l.%chua county. I
Fer the 15th Regiment, composed of the Alili'-
tLa of Nassau county. -,
For the 16th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Clay and Duval counties.
For the 17th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of St. John's and Putnam counties.
For the 18th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Marion county.
For the 19th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Sumpthr, Volusia, Orange and B-evard
counties
For the 20th Regiment, composed of the Mili-
tia of Levy, Hernando, Hillsborough and Mana-
tee counties.
For the 21st Regiment, composed of the Mill-
tia of Dado and Wouroe counties.
For one Captaia, one First Lieutenant and one
Second Lieutenant of each Beat Company in ev-
iry county of the State.
The Judges of Probate ame hereby ordered to
appoint the necessary inspectors in due time, for
said election, and make returns of the same, in-
tIhe manner Wescribed by said Act of the Gen-
;oral Assembly, approved December 2.2, 1859.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and,caned to be affixed the
(L. -S.1 great Seal of the State of Florida. Done
at the Capitol in the cityof Tallahassee,
this 7th day of March, A. D., 1860.
M, S PERRY, Governor of Fla.
by the Governor-Attest:
F. L. VILLFPIGURE, Sec'y. of State.
Mar. 15 42 4t

Co-partnership Dissolved.!
THE firm of RAMSEY & RAINEY, has this
4 day-been diasolved by mutual consent. All
persons indebted to the late firm are hereby
notified to make immediate payment to either of
the undersigned, as the business must be promptly
bottled. C. A. RAMSEY.
W. C. H. RAINEY.
Gainesville, Fla., Mar. 22, 1860


THE undersigned having purchased the in-
terest of W. C. H. Rainey, in the late firm of
Ramsey & Rainey, will continue the business at
the old stand as formerly. Thankful for past
favors, he solicits the patronage of


;,,:" customers, and hopes by keeping good stocks, and
disposing of the same at reasonable prices, to
'nielit the confidence and obtain th ethstom of
the class of purchasers tnentillhtd.
C, A. RAMSEY.
Gainesville, Fla., Mar. 22) 43 tf

THIRTY days after Ihb date of this notieb,
application will be made by me, to the
Hon. Judge of Pribate, of Alachua Cohnty, at
flainegville. for authority to sell the Real Estate
of J. J. Smallwood, late of said County, dec'd.,
for the purpose of paying the debts of said J. J.
Smallwood. WM. C. TEMPLE,
Mar. 15-4t Adm'r.


Y-


Lime and Hay 1


7


paana~


S. BUSINESS CARDS.


-Having been purchased exprosly for thf% Route,
'will hereafter make regular trips between the
above named ports, touching at BrunAswi anad
Hamilton Landing only. ,
Leaving Savannah every *Monday and ThUrs-
* day, at 3 O'clock, P. M.
Returning, leaves Fernandina every aednes-
day and Saturday, at I11 o'clock, A. M.
Making cloge connections at Fernandlna with
the Florida Rail Road, and thence to all points
in the interior of Florida.
Sy Passage, 4.00.
gW-Freight taken at one-third below present
rates.
Cotton from Fernandina to Savannah, 5oc.'per
)ale.
JOHN C. FRASER & CO.,
Mar. 15-tf Savannah, Ga


July 7


7


tf


A PtMANENT' situation is wanted imme-
diately by a Scdthe-n Lady; to tdke charge,
or qs;ist iti the Mgib Dbpartinenit of a large
School-one in East Florida is ,preferred, but
will not object to go to afiy ot~hei part of the
Staie; SK is tvroilgnly qualified to teach the
Piano, Guitar and Singing. Also, sacred vocal
music in classes, and is an organist. If desired,
she will impart to hbr piipils a knowledge of
thorough-Bae.
Address,
CAROLINA,
T-I;(vlrn, Newvtol6 Co., Geo.
Feb 2 36 tf

NEW STORE!

FRESH DRUGS!

Genuine Chemicals!!

Imported and Domestic Perfumeries!
WARRANTED OF THE BEST 4uABITY.

DR. J. COHEM
EGS to inform the citizens of Fernandina
and Eastern Florida,, generally,, tlhat he is
now prepared .to fqrtfih them sdch goods as are
usually to be found id, a

First Class DruJ Store,
Every artiolb has been 4eJ646ed li him with
the utmost care as to QUALITY, andd he flatter
himself that his long experience as a Physician
has enabled hin, to use such care as will recom-
mend his goods to Physicians and those desiring

Pure Medicines.
IHaving purchased his goods for Cash, he has
concluded to adopt the CASH PRINCIPLE in
selling, and will not be undersold in any South-
ern market.
3'A call is respectfully solicited by
J. COHEN, M, D.
Lgr'Physicians Prescriptions put up :.;
any hour of the Day or Night.
Nov. 17 26 ?y

Y FACTOHY
-- A NT D --

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Lead Dresses,


Rigolettes,


STATE OF FLORIDA.


WOOD, EDDY & cO'S
H AtM.A AND DELAWAREt

STATE LOTTERIES i

GRAI4D CAPITAL PRIZE

i009,060o
I THE EO(TAORDINARY DRAWINGS

of Wood, Eddy Co's. Three Number Lotte-
ries will take place in public, under the Super
intendenee of Sworn Commissioners, as follows
Clags 96 draws Snturday, February 25,''0-.
Class 156 draws Saturday, March 3;1.'60;
Class 204 'draws Saturday, April 28,'60,
Nearly one Prize to eVcry Two Ticketi.

Grand Extraordinary Drawings,
to take place as above .?pecined.
ONA GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE 6F

100,000 Dollars!
I Pri of ..... .$50,000 100 Prtzes of.... 1,000
2 Pritss of..., 20,000U 10 Prize 6 5.... 600
2 Prizes of.... 10,000 65 Prizes 65... 100
2 Prizes of .... 6,000 65 Prizes of.5.. 75
2 Prtzes of .... 5,000 65 Prizes of. .. 60
*2 Prizes of .... 4,000 '05 Prizes of.. 50
2 Prizes of .... 3,000 1,810 Prizes of 40
2 Prizes of .... ,000 27,040 Prizes of 20
32,3k6 Prizes amounting to .......... $1,186,796
Whl:le Tickets $20; Halves $10; Quarters $5
Eighths $250".
Cert-ficits oi Packages wh1.l b1 ie d at the o-Io
lowing rates, which is thei rik.
Certificate of Pack'ges 26 Wh ,le Tickets $299 00
"'26 Half 149 50
26 Quarter 74 75
", 26 Eighth 37 37

THE ORDINARY DRAWINGS
of Wood, ~ddy At Co's,. Single Number Lotteries
will take place in public, as follows--
Ass W't Drat'*s oi S'aturday March 3, 1860.
Class 63 Draws on Saturday, March 10, 1860.
Class M4 Draws on Saturday. March 17, 1860.
Class 6Draws on Saturday, March 24,1660.
Chess 66 Draws on Saturday, March 31, 1860.
Class'67 Draws on Saturday, April 7, 1860
Class '6Draws on Saturday, April 14, 1860.
Clss 69 Draws on Saturday, April 21, 1860.
Class 70 Draws on Saturday, April 28, 1660.
Nearly One Prize to every Nine Tickets.
ORDINARY DRAWING,
To take place as above specified.
1 Grand Capital Prize of 10,;000
Prize (f ...... $20,0001 .1 Prize of..... $1,500
1 ....... Il,0001 50 ........500
I ........ 5,000 1,0 0........:.400
1 .... ....4,000: 100 ...... .300
1 ..... 3,0V0 00 ........ 150
1 b1100 .........100
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
4 Prizes of 6400 Ap. to $50,010 are $1.600
4 300 2,00 lare 1,200
4 c .250 i O.bare 1,000
4 It 225 "1 5;000 are 900
t 20. 4,000 are 800
150 ii 3;000 are 600
"0 1,500 are 400
5,000 20 are 100,000
5,485 Prizes amouting to ............... $320,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2 1-2.
Certificates of Packages in the Ordinary Draw-
ings will be sold at the following rates, which is
the risk :
S,:. : *"* Wh.ie Tickctg, K$U


BY THE GOVERNOR.
YY viritu o4 the provi.ionsbf an act of the
General Assembly f thi State, entitled
An act to amend the Militia and Patrol Laws
k 0' "t) .State," approved December 22, 1859, I,
!ADIS6&N S PERRY, Governor of Florida., do
reby order an election to be held on the first
onday in May next, for all the Division, Brig-
ad, Regimental and Company officers of the
Militia of the State, as follows :
For one Major Gene'ral 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
nf the State of Florida, composed of that part of
the State Ea.t of the 'u anlhce Rivbi1 and kown
1i0 E4at Aril4 South Floi'A
For one Brigadier General of the First Brig-
ade composed of the Militia of the Counties of
Escamhia, Santa Rosa, Walt~on, llolhes, Wash-
Ington, Jackson, Franklin and Calhoun.
For one Brigadier General of the Second Brig-
n1e, ,'omi,,ii e.l ,,f Ihe Militia of- the Counties of
Irr'i-,i.-n .ll.erif-.-Leon, Wakulla: Jefferson,


The paper will be ULTRA Southern in senti-
ment, and strongly Democratic in principles. It
will be at the safte time a first-class commercial
and literary paper-giving the very latest Tele-
graphic intelligence, (later by 24 hours than can
be received by either the Savannah or Charles.
ten papers).
The subscription price will be Six Dollars per
annum, paytiale invariably in advance.
Advertisemei.ts will be inserted at the usual
rates.
"""' '".'^ ,iniLioni 'i .lb-invited.


T IIESE CONDITION POWDERS are unsur-
passed in the cure of most diseases that
Horses are subject to. It would be useless to
enumerate the many diseases -that these noble
creatures often suffer under, while few iedi'cines
In general use give relief.
These CONDITION POWDERS need no re-
comiiiendiaticn-they are well known in P'ocl"
and Georgia, and need but a faithful ap,':
to see the good results. -
DIRECTIONS: <
: .'* "l twir. ;N week; in -


Factors and General Commission Merchants,
NO. 13 SOUTHERN WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.


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iii ed i; edia_661vy after tle ,ttie
ID -pg,. ...,t'lKI to b thbe comMmissione I N,'i
b- .. .:nt, rith !irl e.k ihilatio, .
I Puircliasbrs will please write their sigr.,li rt-
"plain, and givb their Post Ofice, Cohll|y au"
State.
Al 1cotnitilnicaitions strictly confidential.
All pies of $1,000 and under, paid immedi-
ately after the drawing. Other prizes at the
t sual time of forty days.
JV"Wood, Eddy & Co's Iotterles are
dra-wn at Augusta, Ga., ahd Wilmington,
Delaware.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates to be di-
rected to
WOOD, -EDDY & CO., Augusta, Gieo.
or, AWOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta Geo.
or, WOOD EDDY CU;, Wilmington Del.
.jV Cirbltiris t.a t.liri,,g Scethes for the
month, Will be Seoit free of expense, by address-
ing as above. Oct 13

FLORIDA RAIL ROAD.



CHANGE OF SCHEDULE!!
0N and after February 21st, 1860, daily Pas-
Obtjge trains will run as follows:
Leave Fernfindina at-;*;: .....;;...2.00 P. M.
Baldwin t:-.................. 4.55 it
Starke at...... ..... ii;;......6.30 "
* '* W aldo at .........;::;;..:.;; .:7.J 5 "
"t Gainesville at ............ ::,8.20 "
Archer at ..................... 9.15 "
Arrive at Bronson .................. 9.51 "
Leave Bronson at ................... 3.00 A. M.
Archer at ..................... 3.30 "'
Gainesville at ............... 4.30 "
Waldo at ...................... 5.20 "
6t Starke at ..................... 6.00 *
Baldwin at ................... 7.55 "
Arrive at Fernandina .. ......... 10.46 "
Freight Train will leave Fernandina on Mon-
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4.20 A. M.,
and returning leave Bronson, on Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays, at 3.10 A. M.
M These Trains connect with Boats to and from
Charleston daily and with Boats to and from
Savannah four times a week.
Through Tickets between all the above Sta-
tions and Charleston, can bi secured by the daily
Boats, and between all the above Stations and
Savannah, at relueed rates by the Steamer
Augusta, which leaves Fernandina on Wednes-
days and Saturdays, and Savannah on Mondays
and Wednesdays.
_reight will also be taken by the Steamer
Augusta at two-thirds of .present 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. COLE, Sup't.
Fernandina, Feh. 20, 1860.


'Il


I


pt-Ar S eggio 1011 ""
.. t, ., ,i o ., .i, k $12.00

H istor-, i-.Ipositio ,.h .... .:.. =. 15.00
Higher Mathemai.ius nd Natural Stetase, 18.00
Latin, with the above.:...... ......... 20.00
French and Greek, e.ti,--=6ch .......... 5.00
Music on Piarn ... ;........- ;; ........... 20.00
Use of Inktrumnidii ...... L:. ::............ 2 50
Payable One-Half in Advance.
Having obtained Female Assistants, and in-
tending to increase the cdrps of Teachers as the
school dtfliitfids, I hope to receive a liberal pat-
ronage in both
A EFALE A.D FEh4LE _DEPAR TMINt,
Good Board in private families can be had on
reasonable terms.
lV'A few Boarders will be taken in the fam-
ily of the Titcher.
110S A. E. EVANS.
Marbh 41 tf

The State of Florida--Nassau County
Spring Term, Suwannee Circuit.
George W: Call
vs Petiition for Partition;
Steariibr Ei;erglade:
TO Arthur E. Cochran, S. Sneedon, L. E.
Trescptt, Cooper I t. rater, Colin Lightbody,
Hanckel, Ttinno & Co;, and Robert Muir ;-You
are hereby notified of the filing of the above Pe-
tition for the Parfi#&h of tfib Steamer Everglade,
%nd that the Petitioner will move the said Court
,% the Spring Term thereof, for th appointment
-)f Commissioners to divide the same under the
Statute in such cases made and provided. ,
FLEMING, LONG & BUTLER,
Jan 26-3m Att') s. for Petitionri.


-F('nlBitdiliti !. ,-Eki~i! ,.eislilii

The second year of t".'- Hi,,
fishing Institutet ttidderi lh e r.-i{r'-. -:'.L
of Misi E. P. BROWNE (late of Chark
S. C.) will commence on Monday the thii
October 1859.
The healthy and romantic location of thr ;*
ligntful city renders it a very desirable poi- *,,
a Female College.
Good board on rbaRonabl6 terriri can 'v. .
tainied in private namilids, o With the P rini. n'l
Also good medical attendance in case ou iil-
ness.' 0
It is the design of the Principal and Teachers
to make school a home, and study a pleasure.
Superior advantages for Music, Drawing and
naifiling. Every thing will be done for acquir-
ing a thorough and accomplished Education.

'ile Citizens of Fernandina genei-6ily.
bishop Rutledgo of Florida,
Re'r.vJ.B. Campbell, Charleston, S.C.,
Rev. C. P. Gadsden, ( 4
Rev. Cranmore Wallace, "
Dr. Wm. M. Fitch, 9 "
Professor Guenebault, and others.
June 16 1859. 4 6m


vi,, ordLs for CANDY, PBKEAD or C.'
1KI:b(1, [,l;ES;LFPYR A':.lL,,,orSM,/
i (. I't .1, K 1.\ -1." any doscription, for .,,
-es, &c., will be put-up in-the best 'style, with

q.it h and at moderate prices.
In addition to the above he offers for sale a
,'arge variety of Goods, carefully selected by
Sluimself in Ntw York, and such as are generally
obund in a good Confectionary--among ftich he
would name tihe ollf0*idi articles i
C(bl.. ..5 ?egafg and Tobaccd; together with a fine
*elei.ti..n or rea! Mberschlttimn Pipes, impor-
ted and Domestic Liquors and Wines,
for Medical Purposes, Pickles and
Sauecs, Nts, AlhnuwJ.-,R.u j.,na,
lhate?, Sardines, Sweet-
mCaLs, Jelliee Teas,
Chocolate,
LEMON SYRUP, of his own make, &c., &c.
ALSO : ---
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Toys, I)oll-babies, Willow Basketp,
.Work;-bokes, Cabases,
And d gieat rfiant; other Fancy Notions. Please
give a call and see for yourselves.
3|'Cash orders from the country -will be
promptly attended to.


F I C E in !':
Alaehtta Cbunty, VlA;


' .' u, f. G ainfet'sViile,
july 2i-9-1y


G. STARK.
tf


q2


lP- C i>rrsaL ^ Ya .77718T!LL
stif sbscribers have on hand a S T 1,L L
which they d6sitb to sell. It is nearly now,
having been run only one year-in size it will
hold fiftebfi barrels, and is comiplete in all its
fixtures. We will sel! it on six months time by
giving good, City accbptance. Apply to 7)tix &
Co., Fernandina, or to F. M. Myrell, Steamboat
Agent, Savannaih; dr to the *,i...ril,r%
TEMPLE & BRO.
Waldo, Fla.
jfJacksonil Sta ,Savannah News,
and Charleston Courier, will advertise once a
week for four weeks and send bill to this office.
Feb. 16 38 4t

Millinery & Dress Making.
MRS. D. JONES
'AVING located in the City of. Fernandina,
is pr;epaied to furnish the Ladiet of the
City and vicinity, *ithi the mdst approved
styles of i
BONNETSi ILAtSi WHBBONS,
Flowers, Laces and Embroideries,
with many other Fancy Articles-wholestle or
retail-on the most reasonable terms for CASH.
Orders from the country promptly at-
tended to. feb. 16-38-3m


Oct. 20


EL B. URtCAMD & C0:j
lbecelvin g aid Fo4-r-ardin ]lerehanui
CEDAR KEYSi FLORIDA:
April 8.


SWANN & BRO,
G e r, SR AC :U O M I 8 #S I
Anct ForwardinX Merfehlilntx-
AND COLL;CqTI1Nq .AdS!tl,.
PERNAND1,A, LAA.',
STRICT attention paid tp thi cilletion of Bu-
siness Paper, and to the pmlrchae and sale of
Real Fstate,'Stqcks, Vords a0 other securities.
We ReferVd-Jos. -ripm 4 Son, Savannah,
Ga.; Erwin A lard, bSavoonnh, Ga.; Jno. S.
Ryan, Charle.41ofi, S%, Ca.; tAnckel, Tunno &
Nowell, ,do.i John MfoaA,, President Bank of
Wilmington, Wilmingki*iN-., ,,;, T. H. Wright,
President Bank of Cape Feari,.,p. ; WhedbeA
Diqkinson4 ,Balt. gMi. .aoT,;4 Meares, Now
York Brown, De$8.sset 4o., 9. Y.
July 14 .d. 8... tf
Vil- partnership 'Notice I

THE: svb~qijbqrs 'havnng1#ielored ink; #'aitaep.
841p n9 the n I thti-rualy last, wuild respect
fully inform their trie;nds, the people of Feal""k
dinna and viciniHy, that they hav established
themselves in business, in Feaitldiss, at
cONTRAdrTd1L & nMr.nMIS
"0 rtqsp~qfuly pljcitt heir ]patrona~ge, O
overc ceroy's Grist.Mill.
G. F. SPEER,
G. W. ARN h"1.
N: B'-Plans and Specifleatios furnished to
reas0nmble terms and with promptnesa.
Fernandina, Fla Sept. 8, 1869. 6-1ly


A NEG-O GIL, named MATJ] A L
about 20 year of age, dark etmplex-O .
ion, witlxa blemish IIn one tyo. She tfonm-.
erly belonged to W. Clark, Oatnesvilo, hIL.
A Reward of 25 will be paid byt h". &ji-rTN.
or if stolen, $200 for the thief. SNitenewowjw,
ed by H. WESTURGa c fo.n
Feb 23-39-tf M ieamoy, Its,

The Last Noticel -
ALL persons iv*bte* tO the msba beor, aw
.L3.hereby rtiefod, that. atnless payment t
made before the Spring Toe of 0o Mrt, their
notes and aweunts, will booast nositivcly placed
m the baadsof" a Lawyer for collection, within.
struetiow to.brieg duit without any~disrimina-"


SECOND-STRZEET.
where will be constantly on. hand the. following
articles,. viz i--w-Flour, Bacon, Pork, Fish, Pota-
toes, Unions, Teas, Sugar, Ldottd,, bese, Butter,
Laid, Soap, Candles. Syup afil Vinegai. Also,
LiquotrU iid real Havant Segais, anod other
things t(iiiiifleioiig td mention. Cotintay orders
promptly atteifded to.
Terms CUsD. JAS. J. KELLY & BBO.
December 1 6mo


OjAMSTINd P6F
VALZ~lAPLAIDS


SIX months after date I will (as Administra-
trix of the Estate of John A. Cavedo,) pre-
sent my account and vouchers, to the Judge of
Probate of Nassau County, for final settlement,
and will at the same time, ask to be discharged
from the administration of said Estate.
CATHARINE A. CAVEDO,
Jan 26-6m Administratrix.


S,


CASHMERE


WOOL D.LAINES,
MOUSSELINE DELAINES,
"4." i DBERGES,


FEBR ANDItiA, FLA.
TH B undersigned have this day
formed a copartnership undbr the
name and style of the above enticed |
firm, for the purpose of carrying on a
GENERAL MERoANTILE BUSINESS.
They will keep always on hand a good as-
sortment ef
X cyGoedas,

4C* 3EM C> C30 X1 XES 3E2 M g

arid eyotytliing in their line needed by. Bier-
chants and Planters generally, which they will
sell as low 6as caiir M bought il the market fdr
1 3"^Cash or Countrf Prodtce. A3
In addition to their General Business, they
Vwill also do a .
Receiving, Fo~rwardtng, and C&mmisslo U
Business.
MStrict' attention paid to the Eale of Cotton
and other Produce.


hIT A T n a.o


ROBfiS A'JtTPE,-b..&:
CLOAKS, SHtAWLS; ETC., ETC.
CAtL AltD SEE
6ctober 19


. NEGRO WOUAX about thirty years
of age. She is an excellent house-ek
servant and is sold for no fault. For fur- Js.
their particulars apply to


D. J. TAYLOR,
Fernandlnh.


Oct. 20-22-tf


r][HE UNDERSIGNE)D WILL.IArE LIBE-
JL RAL easA advances on any iuanrity of
cotton ahipped i, their friend, for Wale in Savan-
nah, Chrrlbstobn, New, York ov Liverpool
December 1 lROOTIE4 THOMPSON.


Fresh Corn nd Grist, Low for Cish.
S iare notified that the FPRNAN-
DrINA GRIST MILL," is in dailv opera-
tion, and fresh Meal, Grits or Coin, can" be had
at any time and in any qnantity--ground and
shipped to order. The M1eal and Grits shall be
clean and freeu of braln. if frectifr& AAA^--


DR. 1). P. CUTCHIN
OFFERS his Professional services to the citi-
tn of Pernandina and adjacent country.
Dr. C. will he found at Dr. Cohen's Dfag Store
during tlie ddt, alid a' tbe PionetiH.itel at,
night. feb. 16-38-if
A tEW SICH Ji|L, BOODIt i'HRAYER
. Boo.ks, Hymn Bno.i,.. &c Ac:.I.- at
BECOME & THOMPIIS(',S.


,. Fernian.li,,a!, lgtJDec, 1859. .
REFERENCES: *
Hon. S. A. Smith, Conmis'r. General Land O()Me.
Hon. J. S. Wilson, Acting Corn r. "
Dr. Wm V.H. Brown, CLe,' C!.rk Pahlic :ands.
HeO. D. L. Yu1e e........ I[nii Geo S. Hawkins.
Hoe; Oeo W'' Call. o-. '"o' J. E. Br,.e.
A- 1. cuile, EF.....:q.,..-.eph Firiegen, E^.
:^ ," . A. Williams, 1'.",
-=Dec. 15 -: Iy
A. MITCHELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
-1-,% Vr' ir.V rITF1T 1A .1f*T.-.: 117.,1 ^^w^?^fess va'ion S~ar-


<>~^CasksFrbyh Burnt L;- .. '


H-ENRV YC. DOZTER.


FINE WHISKEY.
MESSRS. TAYLOR, BECKHAM t CO, will
keep on band a supply of SOUTHER N
WHISKEY, from 2 to 5 years old, made ar
grummerdeno Factory, Va. All persons wishing
ihe same, will apply to them or to the under-


Administrator's Notice I
A LL persons indebted to. the estate of S. J
'Smallwood, late of Waldo, Fla.j deceased,
4re re'luested to make im iediate payment ,1 and
those having claims against .;ad estate, are re-
quefted tM treaent thlem duly IuLbenticated,
within the time prescribed ,v law
WM. C. TEMPLE, Adm'r.,
Mar. 1-40-tf Waldo, Fla.

NOW IA, STORE !-
1-1.11n\r bu-Aelm U-nTIIT mbAN:


CALU AND L66K
AT TH E

NEW CHEAP STORE
OF
0- -KC a%'_ _,or
40. X-1- .X- TJ C> I.
sT E s bscriber would respectfully notify his
X friends, 6h Ladies and gentlemen of Fer-
na1i.iha td .sarrounding country, that he is
now it'1tlet in his new Storc, where he will Lo
pleased to see and serve them. His business
has bVen much enlarged, and his stock of


%E W .O9BS,
which he is now receiving, will be the large"
and best selection ever brought before the peo-
ple of this place.
r---- .. .
In connedti6n with t6e above, he will keep
constantly 6A 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 1 call from thboe mho 'desi-'e GOOD
AND CIIEAP BARGAINS.
C. 1j. ItUQT, Se6cond Street,
.O.posite the Store of, Broorne & Tthompson
Mar. 15 42 tf
GREAT EXCITEMENT
AT TH E
CHARLESTON CONVENTION!
AUSED by',the large, Well assorted, and
C cheap t6ck bf


Miscellaneous and School Books,
JUST RECEIVED
AT THE

Fernandina Book Store! "
Consisting of Ebony, Pearl and Silver Pen Hold-
ers, Gold and Steel Pens, Card Cases, Viisiting
Cards, Chess-men and Boards, Back-gftmmbn
Boards, Dominoes, &c. &c.
Ladies' Port Folios, Ladies' Work Boxes, iind
many other articles.


Waverly Novels-complete Library style;
Works of Mrs. Hentz, Mrs. Soiithworth, Dr.
Dick's, i)ckens; T. S. Arthur, LibriAry Edition
of all'ttie Poets'. In fact, almost anythiig yoiu
wish, sold. at Clidr.lgtlo and Savai.nihh
Prices, CNil arid give ine a trial.
TERMS CASil. T. J. WOMBWELL,
P. S. -Pair6iiz'e your own nenr a id build u]
the great Southern City !" mar. 15-6m


CHARLESTON 'ADVERTISEMENTS.


Gainesville Academy,
THE EXER S .this. .Institution were
resumed January 2hd,, 1860. *
4The Female Department in connection with
the Male, compnonced ip the new Academy,
about the first of M~ief, under the superintend-
ence of an accomplished corps of Teachers, who
will impart .itistruction in Music, French, Orna-.
mental Branches, &c., at the customary rates of
Tuition.
It is ur dqsigp and highest aspiration to make
this Aq~dem, merit the patronage of the entire
community.
Tuition as previously published.
N\b dedcLtions, unless in cake of protracted
sickness. ,
toard 410 or $12 per month.
Parepts desirous of having their sons and
ntaugh ps prepared to enter Colleg, or wishing
them to receive a thorougfi Acadenm.ical Educa-
tion, either Linguistic or Mathelnutical, are re-
spbbtfully solicited to giee us a tRial:
T'bo inuch of our, health is expended in other
States instead of ur oiwn, for" the purposes of"
Education; Let us rear. ui), foster, and patron-
ize our own literary instituions.
Gainesville is one d" the bealthibsA locations in
the interior 6f the State. It is accessible East
and. West by lorMid Railroad Nort aUil South
by tri-weekly stages.
Ior furher lbformatili rete to ... .
J. H ROPER, A. M., Prinfcipal,
Feb. 2*36-ti? Gainesville, Fla.

A dVPArt.i'.mATnIf.


HOTEL


PAVILION HOTEL.
H. L. BUTtERkIELD, ,Proprietor.
C 1H, A It E SE T T N S C
Dee. 15 ;0 ly


PEANADtNA HOUSE.1

H. C. Mqs hiJlE.
FERNANbINA, FL

CONVENIENT TO THE
RAIL ROAD DEPOT
AND THE

STEAMBOAT LANDINGS
S,' IV Charges Moderate. ,,&I
Feb. 6 38 tf

MAGNOLIA HOUSE
I I .,,:GAINESVILLE, FLA.
R. M. HEATHi PROPRIETOR.
a Is..repare.d toscommodate Regular
and ftaiient Boarabii
Dee. 8 29 tf


E. P. OUYLER,
238 KING STREET, (in the Bend)
OPPOSITE BEAUFAIN STREET.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A SUPPLY OF FRESH


GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE.
Attention is called to the large assortment of

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

EN, 1 111 5 itjlll I I Ift
OldnorsfeM ds
Of all shades and colors for EMBROIDEni'':


AJhL T VUL V1019VJAAVAL W


WHITFIELD HOUSE;

13 Y ,J;, H: U ,A n 0R Y.,;,, .
Location Pdaat ,Healthy, and convenient to MMe
RAIL ROAD AND StEAM BbAhl'b.
June 2 2 iy


Worsted Shoes, 7. jy;'; .-
MITTS AND MITTENS.
Worsted Sacks, Mantles, Opera Hoods;
Lace and Mnslin Embroidered Collars;
Sleeves and Cheemizetts,
FUR MUFFS, GAPES AND CUFFS,
Sash, Belt, Sarconet.and Scotch Plaid Ribbons,
CHENILLE, BEADS, BUGLES;
GOLD AND SILVER BRAID;
All the Newest Styles of Dross, bloak and
IM:AN~TZT -T. A


Together with a splendid variety of

French & Fancy Articles,
f0h
SWedr i TIg

AND

BIRTH-DAY PRESENTS,
.it Wholesale and Ret'ail.
r ". i- All k ifi d s of E m b roiderias, T ra-
cing, lc., will ~e promptly attended to.
E. P. CUYLER,
238 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON. S. C,
Dec. 15 6m


PROCLAMATION


AILwIPAPER
IN
FERNARDINTA.
EARLY in April, we will commenceo the pub:
location 6f (, AILY PAPER in Fornan-
dina, to be called the


R. W. CAMPBELL9
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FERNANDINA, FLA.
May 26 1


DAILY EAST FLORIDIAN. F{R HO RSESX


,.~ 1&4ft. MWMM #-IL MAM A"'kg "'M 49FM


WM. M. LAWTON & CO.i


,i the Superior Courts of W^. M. J. .MWTON. R. AINWRIGIt, oo0.
,-n and Camdem, Georgia WiNBoRN LAWTON, J$r
, Columbil Na .ia u and Cotton, H'des, Ac., will be received and tf
11. hl 17-:y warded by the different Forwarding Houses bor
Fernandina and Jacksonvilla ....
DO N E L- ,- Sept. 15, 1859 i t,
AT LAW c. o. B.Efikkib........... ,i..... ,...-. uii,,
fFL-A. RPRNARD BUR -

^ *s "". Y 7: "^ '


S. M. 0. GARY, o
ATTORNEk AT LAW,
Ocala, Marion Co., Fla.
C'Will practice In the State and Federal Courts
Nov. 3 24 tf


LAW NOTICE.
TrIIE undersigned having removed his resi-
.L dence from Jacksonville to Fernandina, 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 pla~e'.
FELIX LiVINGSTO1,
Att' at Law, and SohilBdr in Chancery.
Fernandina Sept. 26th 1857


GROCERIES

PROVISIONS !

THESUBSCR.Into 0 jiiLD RESPECT-
FULLY inform th cl eni Fernandna
and sfirrouixiaig country, th t ihelY have just
opened a

AND


X' REMO VAL.^
FPORENCiH MIASKOSKI,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, g
|Fernandina, Fla.
THE subscriber has removed his siop to the
residence of Capt. Burns, 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. 15, '59-ly


Grocery Store,
ON


EMPLOYMENT!
$50 TO -$100 PER MONTH !1
AN energetic young man is wanted in each
section of the South and West, to act as
agent In an easy and useful business, by which
the above wages may certainly be realized.-
W The"e is no Ihumbug here., M For ful
particulars, terms, &c.., address (including stamp
to pay return postage) W. R. TERRY,
Jan 5-32 tf Rockingham, N. C.


BROOME & THOMPSON
HAVE RECEIVED A BEAUTIFUL AS-
IeSORTMENT of

Ladies Dress Goods,


DOZIER & BROOME
General Commission 3!erchants
AND DEALERS IN

BB 600MB,
GROCERIES,

HARDWARE, &c.


GENERAL

LAND AGENCY
FOR THE
STATE OF FLORIDA.
THIIE subscriber, having been connected with
the Florida Division cf the General Land
Office in Washington, for the past seven years,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of Florida,
that he his established an Agency at Fernan-
dina, for the transaction of public Land business
before the GenbikM Land Office.
I He will attend to contested cases, correcting
Errors of Entry ahd tLioation, perfecting Gra-
duation and Pre-emption Entries, and Armed
Occupation Claims.
Attention also given to proseeutihg Bounty
Land, and Pension Claims i purchasing, seating,
and locating Land Wairanits, and all bther bust
ness relating tu Public La ia-
S.. .... J. E. 'NA.T.


DR. JOHN P. WALL,
H AVING permanently located in Fernandina,
respectfully offers his services in the prac-
tice of

SURGERY, MEDICINE, &c.,
to the inhabitants of the city and vicinity.
I-_OFFICE at the Pioneer Hotel.
Mar. 8 41 ly


DRISS SIJKSY,


GEORGE BELL,

Contractor and Builder,
O BRICK WORK AND PLASTERING-
Plain and Ornamental. Grates, Stills and
Furnaces fixed;
All Work warranted to gie satisfaction.
Mar. 8 41 tf


CASH ADVANCES
ON





- I L


CHARLESTON ADVERTISE N1 ENTS,


FOGAARTIES & STILLMAN.

:o:


SPRING & SUMM ER V0ODS.
o:0:

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

9BFL=EXI:Zrt- c; 3 6'CETA..cJJM-


Family, Dress and Plantation Goods

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

MANTILLAS, WHITE, CRAPE, ST'ELLA AND BAREGE
SHAWLS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES & WHITE GOODS.

POIkESTIC& PLANTAIN GOOD

Are supplied as far as practicable, from SOUTHERN FACTORIEjS, and will be sold at the LO
EST PRICES FOR CASH Olt SHORT CITY ACCEPTANCE.
Our extensive assortment of Drv Goods embraces every variety and style for Family and Ph.
station use, and will be sold at the very LOWEST CASII PRICES.

Miller's Almanac, for 1860,

with a list of our stock, nrn be had as usual grativ, on application to
FOGARTIES & STILLMAN,


3?le,:xr OBo!


12,000 Acres
OF

3LA JA6 3W X1
ON NASSAU RIVER, FLA.
ONE 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.
Deo. 8 29 tt
The Fort Clark Plantation .:
3VN',O3=1. 2.ZLME !
TiDIS Plantation is a portion of .1
the Aredondo Grant, in A I i,- I'.
chua County,, East Florida, and 0 .k/
contains eiia"Om

1000 ACRES;
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 and hammock.
With the place will be sold. if desired, CORN,
FODDER, and th9 stock of %
HOGS, CATTLE, &c.
MilPersons wishing to purchase lands in Flo-
rida, will do well to examine the above place
before investing elsewhere.
'If. Z Fetner, on the plantation, will show
the lands, &c., to any one wishing to buy.
BT'For further particulars enquire nt this
Office. Nov,.3-24-tf
EDUCATION.


ROBERT ADGER & CO.


I


Land for Sale!


T[HIS land is situated near the city of For-
nandina, Florida, and contains. Six Acres'
-and 11-100 of an acre, and will be sold uponrea-
sonable terms to early applicants. Persons de!-
siring to purcha e are referred to the printed
Map of Fernandina, for its location. It has been
recently re-surveyed, and the Surveyor reports
it as rich and well wooded land. For further par-
ticulars apply to R. F. FLOYD,
Jan 12-33-tf Tocoi P. 0. East Florida.
ROYAL

,HAVANA LOTTERY!
The next ordinary drawing of the Royal Hava
na Lottery conducted by the Spanish Gover-
.ment, under the supervision of the Captain Gen-
eral of Cuba, will take place at Havana,

FRIDAY. APRIL 13TH 1860.

.360,000 Dollars!
$ORTIE NUMERO 63& ORDINARIOI

CAPITAL PRIZE $100,000!
1,Prizeof A.00,0 10 50 1,0U0
J 50.000 60 b 500
I-l ,.-A30,000 t153 400
'1 l ti .1 10,000 I20Aprox'mationfi.P0O
4 Approeiid llons to the''100,000of$600each
df 8400 to $50 001.; 6400 to $30,000 ; 4 of $400
o 320,(00 ; 4 ofO$400 to $10,0. .
WhOle Tickets 0520; 11ilves $10;
.,- "' Quarters $5
Prizes emahed at sight at 5 per rent discount.
Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
SA drawing will be i"f,,warded ae eoon a? the re-
itll becomes known.
C,'Communications addres.e.J tn 11ON ROD-
RIGUEZ, (care c-!'ity P,',st, Charlestn." S C.
smntilthe 13th of April, will be attended to. g
1%T >O9" 31C4,r.

SIX weeks after dale I will apply to the Hore
Judge of Prubace, .4o Na.sau .'Canty. l'fr Let-
ters of Admiuitrati,,u. lde I'.eni? n,6l, ,:.r thei E.-
taWe of Jaumts ZBesy-un, late 1f sai.I C,:.aniy. de-
ceased. NATHANIEL WINGATE.
F.', 2h _'6 "6 onA


1


jl


Lime and Plaster,
UlST RECEIVEV and S)r sale by
B. A. COACHMAIN..
Feb 9 57 t


2JU.ZD EVERY 7.H'IILISDAO, 'A F9IRUAN-
U. S. TRAIL HXUT JlDINA, NASSAU CktUNTY. FLA. .
FOR CHARLESTON, S.C. TEBM:-$2.OO per'annuf in advwt,.

. ~ .^/^^^- ,__- SCAIkE OF PRICES '
'7 -- --. To be charged by the Press of Florida for sjr
$ ,----/ ^ '- [ ---. ery description of Advertisirig.


0


: .?
- .g,, ?0 -


WHERE is kept
constantly on
hand a full assort-
ment of
3OXiAigSS,
MEDICINES,
C;HE IIICALS
&c., &c., &c.,
of the best quality.


1 Square, (ocup ii-;'t he space of 12 *
Brevier lines, or less.) 1 insertion, $1 00
For every subsequent int rn..in.. 0
1 Square, 3 months ...... ............... 5a f
1 6 ,, ........ ............ 8 O0
1 1 year........................... 12 QQJ


Preacrlptions ptit up -ith Care.


2 '" 1 "g
3" 1 "
4 1' 1."
1 3 colu'n1 "
1-2 1 "
1 1 "


.......................... 20,
........ ................. 25
.... .... ... ....... ... 430
....................... .. 410
.......................... 60
......................... 100 1


Perfumery, Lubin's Extract. Colognes, Pomatum,
Hair Tonics, Soaps, in variety, Hair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, Tooth and Nail Brushes,
Shaving Brushes.
_ALSO t
')ye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Burn.ng Fluid, Spirits
Turpentine, Varnish, Paint Brushes, Yel-
low Ochre, Whitirg Spanish Brown,
White-wash Brushes--GLASS of
all kinds, Glue, Chalk, &c., &c. *
A L S 0 :-Will be found constantly on hand
,aindreth's Warraited Garden Seeds,
lower Seeds and Roots, l'i.,ir, Onion Setts, &c.
-ALSO :-
he best. quality of Old Brandies and Wines,
Porter, Scotch & London Ales, Monongabela
Whiskey and Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps:
xpressly for Invalids and Medical purposes
--ALSO :-
,ondon Pickles, French and English Mustard,
American, do., Olives, Raisins, Currants
ard Citron
Center, Table and Mantle Fluid Lamps.
tationnry, Paper, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, &-,
Almanacs gratis.


00
00
00


Estate and Legal Notices to be
charged the same as transient
Advertisements, except Notice of


Dismission as Administrator, for
winch the charge shall be .......... 10 00
Advertisements handed in for publication,
not specifying the.number 11' insertione,
to be published till forbid and charged
in accordance with above scale.


Contract advertisement payable quarterly,
advertisements for stra.nger.s and transient per-
sons payable in advance. All others will be
considered due when called for.
BOOK & JOB PRINTING.
In connection with this establishment is a B00
A JOB PRINTING OFFICE, where every de-
scription of' Printing is executed with neatnes
and despatch. Particular attention paid to ail
kinds of Mercantile Printing.
"WASHIA~TON '


NEWBURG.1l, N. Y. ^ ^---f^

T IE subscribers would respect-
fully announce to their friends and the pub
lie that having reo. ntly added to their estah.
lisbn ent 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 ar.d Propeller Engines, of all sizes.
Portable Steam Engines and Boiler, from 2 to
12 horsc power.
Sugar Cane Mill and Sul-ar Refining jMaciinery.
Including Vertical and Ilorizontal Mills for
Ilorge or Steam Puwer, fi,r Plantation Io,C-oU& --S
ers, Ladles, &c.
Grist Mills for Wheat and Corn, with attenwallll
Malchinery. ^H
Gang Circular and Sash Sa.w hMils, of most moo
ern construction.
Brick Machinery, for Horse or Steam Power.
Bark Mills and General Mill Work for Tannerx.
Wrought and Cast Iron Pipes fur Steam, Water
or Gas
Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys, Pillow Blocks and
all descriptions cf Geering.
Iron and Brass Castings of every variety.
Wrought and Cast Iron Fittings for Rail Road
Cars.
Artesian Well Tubes, of all sizes, with both
Screw and L.ockekJoint.
Wrought and Cast Iron Railing forf Fences, Ve-
randahs, &c.
All ol our work will be delivered on shipboard
in Now York, if required, tfree of any -extra,
charge. %
Being near the City of New York, and in ready
communication with all parts of the country the
sublscribers can at short notice supply olIdemands
for ;iny description of'machineryin the foregoiuir
schedule, (n the mostren.szpua!,44 trm's. "0
Reference may be had to the following gentle-
men now using our Machinery. .... -
Messrs. Peacock & Sash, Madison, 0. H, Fla.
C o l J B S t a n .l l o N ,. . 1n, "1 *
S. M.Hfull, E., L.oI.:I,, 1 ,... C.,ilumt l i, Fla.
......^ "k ".!.*,..,... *i:'.(?.(' :!,.;A ..',a: V
S G. W. Means, *
* tt tS,. M.#'e'aster, "
J.G. Cameron, "
Messrs. Broome & Tiorlgpm nof Fernandina,
will act as our agents for the State-of F-orida-'L--
;nd keep constantly on hand Sugar Mill for
Plantation Use with Pans, Boilers, Ac., Ac.
Mr. E. F. Bell, of Micanopy, will also Act at a
!ocal Agent for receiving orders and putting up
Machinery.
Any order transmitted through our Agent s
above, will receive our prompt attention.
I. STANTON A CO.
I. W. EAIM, ,
ISAAC STANTON. "\"
G. M. CLAPP. 5 may 2 -ltf"

FLORIDA. RAIL R(OAD.
A T a meeting of the Board of Directors of the
Florida Railroad Company held at Ferimn
dina on the 7th dayofNoveinber, A. D. 1857, th,
following resolution was adopted;
WHBHEEAS, The work brn the Florida. Railroad
having advanced to a condition which bings it iMj
to useful connection with the business of the in
terior, and the practicability of a successful pro.
secution of it to the end being reasonably domon-
strated, the Company which has thus far conduct
ed the enterprise conoftler that a point has been
reached where they may hope to be met by the
confidence and co-operation of the Planters and
merchants of Ihe interior.
Therefore Resolved, That the Secretary be de-
rented lo 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 s-e
eral interested counties to take Stock.
A true copy from the minutes.
GEO. W. CALL, Seoey.
In pursuance of the foregoing resolution no-
tice is hereby given that the books of the Com-
pany are permanently open at Fernandina where
subscriptions may he made either in person or by
letter, the amount of the present assessment being
$1000 on each share of $100 00. This Company
is the owner of town sites of Fernandina and e-
dar Key, and algo 750,000 acrV of land, pro-
perty which had been appraised at over $2,000,-
000, and it is believed that a further assessment
of from $8 00 to $10 00 per share will be suffi-
ent to finish the rodfd. .
iGEO. W. CALL Sec*y.
jan 13 '5

VALUABLE

Real Estate fbr Sale.
opTm, "SOLANO GRAN'L" situated on ti*
.East,side of the St. John's river belowy Ptol
(ileti containing 1000 acres, River front of 21-2'.
miles and an
ORANGE GROVE OF 500 TREES
price very low. Also
A Valuable Plantation of 3240
A cres in Leon County
in good order either with or without negroes and
plantation fixtures. A rare chance. For farther
particulars enquaire of
april 7, 18'9--tf BR00ME A TtlOMPSOI{.
P. S. A number of lots in this city with tMli
without improvements for sale.


257 King .', !, corner to"Wentworth,
C'IAitLESTON, S. C.


Dec. i5-30-6min


THIOS. McMILLAN.
Ii i"


Aug 4, 1859


25828 P ]ZES.
jIore thai One Prize to every TWo Tickets.
MCKINNEY &- CO, Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE



TICKETS ONLY $10.
H alves, Qualrters and Eighths in proportion


all Bowel Complaints.
C 0LERA SYRUP, prepared from Boots and
Herbs, and riarranted 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 Tonic,
Stimnllant, and Astringent pri ciples, consistent
with the' Laws of nature in restoring the stomach
and bowels to healthy action. Prepared onqy at
Apothecary Hall, Fernandiua., Fla., by
Jan 19-3m TltO, MeMILLAN.
TO HOUSE-KEEPERS AND

MERCHANTS.
TIIE undersined .
execute a! kids -
of TIN, S, HEE,IT- : '. --'--;:."S'.
IRON. Z I N C and ,."; -- --~S .- '., ,
C 0 PP141E1 P1 W ORK, *jS --. '. i .%" _=--
such as BOOFING & .-- *-- *.).'- *
GUTTERIN G hou- -- '' ..F !;z>-:,"
ses. making STOVE .= ;_,.-z -- _--.
PIPES, and Air- '-. -'.:SS ...
Tight BURIAL CA- ~
SI: We keep also
-.-r h.and all de.eriptiona of STOVES. We-also
manufacture and keep alivay., for k 1l.-.%\ hole-
sale and Retail, every A mat,, ff Tin Ware, and
cuer.'i ........ ...,.'. <* ,r. ...... ..'urnishing c oods,
of the-best equality and i,-K .e:: ,
All work warranted to give satisfaction, and
orders promptly attended to.
Store and Shop on Second Street, near the R.
R. Depot.


Silk Robes and Plain Silks, for 'Evening Dresses, Embroidered and Full Robes for Do., PI in
Black Silks. Bes, Goods, Plain and Printed DcLames, Plain and Plhid l'oplin., French Chintzes,
Best English Prints, Cloaks, Mantillas and Shawls, ,adies'; Misses' and Children's [hooped Skirts,
Cloths and Cassimer~es. Flannels of every variety. Richardson's Lines, Be I1 ;lankpts and Tickings


TO BE, DRAWN
Blankets, Plains nnd Kerseys, Brown and Ble,
EAACI SATURDAY IN OCTOBER, 1859 Plainand Striped Osnaburgs.
In the city of Savannah, Georgia. We would respectfully inform our friends an
Class 39, to be d rawn Oc r 1, 15 o one of the largest Stocks to be found i'l the Sout
Class 39, to be drawn October 1, 1859. tiou of it, both as regards Styles and Prices.
Chl.ss 40, to .be drawn October' 8, 1859.
Class 41. to be drawn Octoer 15, t859. Dec. l',-:'."-t'tn
Class 42, to be drawn On "- f 1859.
Class 43, to be drawn O* p- 'M859. JOHN KENIFICK ............... W. A. SKRINE, M. 1).
,M A G N I F I C A N T S A T J F, .. r TJITT r D
1 Prize....of ......$O,000...is ....... v KENIFICK ^ & K ,JNl ,
1 " ....( 21.it........ "2 {ll .1....' *1 -" l WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
,1 '" .'.. ... r ....... It,,,,,,,... ......... oi_ l, I
,, *i....... ....,.. ...I.... IM 'INES, M Di .lNE '
f 4 4 1"1 i; ......... D R"., M E
. . .1 P e. *
2 01111. .. ... "
qn ...: .5 0 .,'s... + ..... I A._ .___ .. .
1 "" ...., f......... 1 .10 0 .... i s........ 1. .,,,I F ^ S '_ '.. '^ L E__ .f X g.C .X f Z S ,.
5 P rizes of .........1 000 .... a ........5 ,, 11 -- x r .
10 1 ...of ............ 500....are...........5 ,(!) I .On the most'reasonable terms.
2 ...of ............ 400'....'are,..........8'00 NO. Q60 KING STREET.
2 -;}:t:.o ......::::: -a:: .^ ....:m (LATE 11AVIANYS)
2 1..of ............200 .... are ............ -! H A ( LA E 8ITV0LN 8S C,
50) ...of ......... ... 150...are ........ 7,500 CH tARL, ,ES8TO0N. S. C.


190 ..of............100..,are ....... 10.000
100 li ...of,............. 95...are... .....9 500
100 ...of ............. 85...are ........ 81500
a Approximation Prizes.
4 Prizes of $2 0 Ap'g to $60,000 Prize are $800
4 150 020,000 600
4 "c 125 10,000 500
4 it 100 5,000 440
" 80 s o100c 640
8 60 3,0')0 ", 480
8 c 50 'g 2,000 "1 400
8 "c 40 ,r 1,500 320
400 "1 20 100 8,1,00
25,000 8 i200,000


ached Sheetings and Shirtings, Plaid Homespuns,
nd the public generally, that we keep at all times
Ahern Country, and confidently invite an examine-


I


SEWING MACHINES,!
The Perfection qf Seientific Arrangement and
Mechanical Simplicity
IS ATTAINED BY THE .i
GROVER & BAKER'S
SEWING NACHIaNE CO.,
'" i ^OVED 1N0 111
-: -::: : ^,; ::L SELESS I ^r CHIN.'' ,
P"ILY have the following advantages ovr-all
j_ othcrs:--They have no piads to keep in or-
der; no bobbins to wind; no tangling or wa,?te of
thread ; no oiling the thread or work ; no tool
chest, stocked with wrenches, pliers, pickers,
leather, &c., &C ^
The directions are simple, easily understood,
and easily explained-by the instructors. There
is no taking apart, cleaning or rolling. They
require ten drops or' oil rer da.y, when in cop-
slant usso Thoy make n,) more noise than a
common clock, even when making fifteen hundred
stitches per minnte They. run easy--' child
ten years old can work them t., full speed. They
run fast or slow without any danger of altering
the length or tightness of the stitch. They will
IIem, Fill, Gather, Bind, Stitch and Embroider,
in so superior a manner thaut we challenge com-
parison The same Macchine will sow pavilion
gause and plantation goods. The seam is elastic
as the most elastic fabric, and will not break in
washing or ironing. The same Machine runs
silk, linen threid an,1 cmnmon spool cotton, with
equal facility. The needles are shorter, and
therefore stronger than any other high or low
priced Machine. That t.hey are superior to all
others is evident froi.n the f1ict of tircre having
been thirty thousand Machines m ide and .cld,
in competition with others already ii successful
operation. The question is n,, longer which is the
best maker, but, which of the numerous patterns
of BAKER & GROVER shall I take.


F]ENAN DINA
.: *-*.. .' ? ,. ;-'" .

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REMLEY & BENNETT,
Fernandina, Fla.
9 tf


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oin nnr%


1 prize (, f $1 ,(,t,:t0 is ,1U U,UU0
I2 Prizes of R- 0,uf)0o are '100.;)00
2 Prizes of 25,000 are 50,1000
2 Prizes of 20,000 are 40,000
2 Prizes of 5,000 are -. 10,400
2 Prizes of 3,000 are 6,000
2 Prizes of 2,000 are 4,000
1 Prize of 1,000 is 1.000
350 Prizes of M2 0 ate 70,000
64 Prizes of 100 are 6,400
64 Prizes of 80 are 5,120
64 Prizes of ,60 are 3,84o
128 Prizes of 50 are 6,400
15,504 Prizes of 32 are 176.128
28,224 Prizes of 16 are' 451,684
34;412 Prizes, amounting to ......... .$1,030,472
TICKETS $16--HtALVES $8-QUARTERS $4,
EIGHTHS $2.
-Certificates of 26 Wholes $250-Certificates of
26 Halves J1l25--Certificates of 26 Quarters,
462150--Certificates of'26 Eighths $31.25.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE!
That in ordlerirg Tickets, the only thing ne-
cessary 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
That we send the Official Printed Drawing to
every patron, immediately after the samo is
issued, and with the Drawing a Statement to
each individual of what he or she has drawn
That, we cash all Prizes under $1,000 immedi-
ately after the Drawing, in Specie, Bank Notes,
6r Drifts.
LyAll communications strictly confidential.
Purchjaers will please write their signatures
plain, and give their Post Offize, County and
State.

Containing full explanations of our Schemes,
*c., will be forwarded, by mail, to any one
sending us his name.
Address all orders to ,
HODGES, DAVIS & CO.,
.' Nfv. l0-595.1 : HAC6N, GA.


July 21


Dee. 15 30 tf
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF ]
Farsaparilla, Queen's Delight, &c,, }
F"OR Purifying the Blood and removing all dis-
eases arising from the impurity of the same, |
and is especially recommended for the cure of
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Ulceration of
the Throat and Legs, Parns and Swellings of
the Bones, Tetter, Pimples in the Face,
Old Sores, and all Cutaneous Erup-
tions, Neuralgic Affections,
Mercurial Diseases,
And for assisting the operation an] preventing
fatal consequences of Mercurials in Syphiiis.
For the Composition of this Preparation. and
the Medicinal Properties of lhe Queen's Delight,
Physicians ;,re referred to the 5th and 6th Nos
Vol f, of the "Southern Journal of Medicine
and Pivarmacy."
The Stillingia Sylvatica, (Queen's Delight.)
deserves much more notice than has been be.
stowed upon it. It has been used for th. last
ten or fifteen years by several of our most dis-
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.) PREPARED BY
KENIFICK & SKRINE,
Chemists & Druggists.
Sole Proprietors of the celebrated
PALMEITO YEAST POWDER,
For making Buckwheat and all kinds of Cake,
Biscuits and Light Bread dec. 15-tf

J. E. SUARES,
282 AND 284 KING STREET.
OFFERS HIS LARGE AND WELL FE-
LECTED STOCK OF FASHIONABLE
0 3ixrn31fixxre,
which he is constantly receiving by every arri-
val from the North, and principally troia the
best manufactories 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-
her Set.ts; together with a general assortment,
which he offers on as good and reasonable terms
as any other house. I
All orders attended to with dispatch. Goods
carefully packed for the country.
Dec- 15 tf

FOR

Gentlemen and Youth,

A ARGE and FRES11 STOCK OF LATEST
AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, of the
above named goods, at
JONES & HANABERGH'S,
013 KING STR-EET,
3rjNext to Robert Adger & Co..gf
J. C. LOGAN, Super't,
F.0C. MILLER,
E. W. POOSER,
Dee. 15-6m JAMES M NELSON.

PUMPS, PUMPS.
JUST 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. Hirmp, Rubber or Leath-
er tI,,use, Su.ti.i.u l-' ipe, &-'-, '&.
LRO-.,11E & TBOMPSON,
Fernaiu.llina. Jan -'20.
)0()S \ 1 'K' SALT, ron conijgnmicnt, tmu.t
be s.:,.l b.y
Jin-"6 BROO.ME & TUC'"MP.'ON.


W''^V^ ft AI A, S. C.^g


NURSERIES.
CATALOGUES SENTT TO ALL WHO
APPLY.
Charleston Agents-Messrs' INGRAIHAM &
WEBB
FRUIT TREFS-APPLE, APRICOT, CIIER-
RIES, Nectarines, Peach, Pear, Plum,
Quinces, Figs, Service Trees, &c. All the ap-
proved varieties adipted to Southern culture.
NUT TREES-Almonds, English Walnuts, or
Madeira Nuts, large fruited Spa.nisn Chesnuts,
Pecan Nuts; all of which bear early in our cli-
mate.
GRAPE--Native and Foreign; the best sorts.
STRAWBERRIES AND RASPLLI-,[E--
Lawton Blackberries, the best varieties, giving a
succession of fruit in the season.
EVERGREEN TREES AND SHRUBS, ROS-
ES, &c.--The largest and most varied collection
in the South.
HEDGE PLANTS--Osage, Orange, and Ma-
cartney Bose. for field ; A4t, .rVi ,r, Priuts, Cas
sina, &c., for Gardens.
MISGELLANEOUS--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
t, im will be promptly forwarded and filled
in such a inanner as to give satisfaction to
purchasers. %


i~B5~;"~;6,~"v~l';~- ~I~L ~pd~7~i~S~L~!~T~~~y: :;~~~I


'^e-.^:-. ,,,,': .T', :.:4"e<^
TIIE subscriber keeps constantly on hand, and
is prepared to furnish
MONUMHiENTS, SLABS, GRAVE-
STONES, TABLETS,
BAPTISMAL FONTS, &c.,
from the best of Foreign and Amerienn Marble
MOSAIC, BROCATEL, AND TENNESSEE
MARBLE MANTLES, made to order.
The utmost, care taken in finishing the work
in the most perfect style-
'll orders received will be promptly executed
and sold at Savannah prices
geSilver Modal awarded by the South Caro-
lina Institute Fair, in 1857. for the best work.
NORMAN BROWNSON, Agent.
REFERS TO :
Col. A. G. Summer, Marion County, Fla,
Ex-Gov. J. E. Broome, Fernandina, Fla
Roux & Co., "
Col H. Timanus, "
Rev. Wm M. Kennedy, ,
Joseph Finegan, Esq., |
Nov. 24 '. .27 tf


25,828 Prizes amounting to :
CERTrIFICATES OF PACKAGES
at the following* rates, which


: $366,040-
will be sold
is the risk :


Certificate of P'kges of 10 Whole Tickets, 8,30
10 Half Tickets, 30
10 Quarter Tickets, 15
10 Eighth Tickets, 7.50
In Ordering Tickets or Certificates
Enclose the money to our address for the tick-
ets ordered, on receipt of which they will be for
warded by first mail. Purchasers can ha ie tick-
ets'ending in any figure they may designate.
The List of Drawn ruubers and Prizes will
be sent to purchasers immediately after the
drawing.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be
sent tt purchasers immediately alter the draw-
ing.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENCE.
Those who prefer not sending money by mail,
ean use
THE ADAMS' EXPRESS-COMPANY..
whereby money for Tickets,in sums of
Ten Dolars, and upwards, can be sent us
AT OUR RISK -AND EXPENSE,
from any city or town where they have an
office. .The Money and order must be en.
6losedl in a Governmient Post office stam-
ped Envelope," or 'the express company
cannot receive them.
All communications strictly confidential.
Orders forTickets or Certificates, by
Mail or Express, to be directed
McKINNEY & CO..
Octonbr Savannah, Ga.


PIFICt,.- 4.,.0 TO i$130-
N. B.-Orders on Factors taken in payment.
H. W. KINSMAN,
AgeIt for the Sale of these Celebrated


249 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
dec. 15-6m D B. HASELTON, Manager.


T rE subscribers having'sold out their entire
stock of CURTAINS to Mr. H W KINS-
MAN, would respectfully solicit tor him a con
tiauation of the patronage so liberally bestowed
on them in that department.
ROBERT ADGER & CO.

CURTAIN GOODS.
THIS STOCK IS THE LARGEST
IN THE

COMPRISING"
Broeatelles, Saten DeLnnes, Lace and Muslin
Curtains, Cornices, Pins and Bands, Drapery
Tassels and Loops.


Ml(,de and pIut up in the Latest Styles.
11 W. KINSMAN,
223 Ki'ig Strei t, Charleston, b. C.


WM. SUMMER.
Potuaria, S, 0.


FOR THE LAST TIME!!!,
ALL and every person indebted to us by Note
or Account for 18658, 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 specified time, they will be
placed in the hands of Messrs. Dawkins & Me-
Donnell, foi immediate suit
RAMSEY & RAINEY!.
Gainesville, Aug. 4 11 tf


Dec. 23, 1858.---tf


L. 3HL .9-> 3BE "ME .3 L



CEDAR KEYS MAILS&
STAGES will leave Archer on the 1st, or 2nd,
12th, I6thl and 26th, of each month, on the
arrival Af the Cars from Fernandina.
ARRIVE at Cedar Keys next day.
CONNECT on the Ist and 16th, with Steamers
bound to Tampa, Key West and Havana; and
on the I 2th and 26th with Steamers bound to
St. Marks, Apalachieola, Pensacola and New
Orleans.
RETURNING, will leave Cedar Keys on the
arrival of the Havana and New Orleans
Steamers.
ARBJVE at Archer next day by 6 A. M., con-
necting with Cars to i'ernandina.
J. H. McGINNIS, Contractor.
E. H. RICHARDS, & CO.,
Agts. Cedar Keys.
Sept. 16 tf


BEEF, BEEF.
^PHE subscribers having enjoyed a lib-ir-^.
oLeral share of the public patronage, for l--
which they feel very grateful, would notify the
public by way of stronger evidence of gratitude,
that thay have purchased OVER O,\NE HUN-
DRED HEAD OF CHOICE BEEF CATTLE,
and intend keeping their stalls supplied with the
choicest fresh meats.
Aug. 18-13-tf LANG & CO.


6m


JUST received at Apothecary Hall, a FRESH
assortment of GARDEN 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-
tucein variety, Mustard, White, Parsley, culled
.nd plain, Peas in variety, Radish in variety,
Turnips, do-Ruta Baga, Yellow and White.
tIerbs and Flower Seeds.
THOSE. McMILLAN,
Apothecary Hall, Fernandina
Sept. 22 18 tf


.Dec. 15


BROOME & THOMPSON ) Atlichment.
vs. [ Sum Sworn to $194
WILLIAM MIZE. )Bond Filed 8380
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIEN OF THE
the institution of this suit- All parties are
hereby notified thereof, that they must appear
and plead to the declaration filed in said cause.
October 13 BROOME & THOMPSON.


"izua-st rotlc,- 1
THE unsettled Accounts of the late firm of
YOUNG & BECKHAM, are in the hands of
the undersigned for collection. All persons in-
debted will please coma forward and settle the
same without further notice.
The books and accounts will be found at the
office of Taylor, Beckham & Co.
THOS. C. BECKHAM,
July 28-10-tf Fernandina, Fla.


T'HE citizens o Fernantdina a-e informed that
I Yill deliver LUMBER of all desrciptions
- at the Ra'l Road Depot in Fernandina, at the rate
6f,914.50 cents per thousand feet. I will
gnivirutee said Lumber to be of the very best
quality, free from all imperfections, and of uni-
form tUkkness. I will deliver the rough-edge
plank, suitable for out-build ngs, for Seven Dol-
lars per thoiand. Cash must in all cases ac-
company the 6frter. JAS. PICKLES,
July 14-8-6m Starke, Fla.*R. R.

SIX rijonh.h-"frer date, I will, ns Ad.ministra
tor .. the Pst.,te of Ler3y J Uagin, preaeut
mi.,:,,,rl .ina .ucheri tu the Ju, u of Pro-
bat.,e or N." is C,',ntlv, for fii.a1 ;eutleraerit, rnd
will at Lb' ;-in.t aeask V be di.,-:hargecrom
t he aduinWKa, i'tat-_' _".' ..
*^ --? Ii B.TTAG1N,1 '*
Oct. ^p-m 1 2S- 'Adminiitrattr. 3


IN COJTCUME !
SIX months after date we will (as Executor
and Executrix of-the E-tate -..f Thos. King)
present our account and vouchers, to the Judge
of Probate of Nassau County, for final settle-
ment, and will at the same time, ask to be dis-
charged from the administration of said Et he.
MARBIA T. KINO. Executrix.
* JOSIAH KIN|;, Exocutor.
Dee. o 29 6m


Copartnership Nottce.
T H E undersigned have this
JL day formed a Copartnership for the practice
of MEDICINE and SURGERY, in all their
branches. -
J. F. LESESNE; M. D.
D. P. BEATTY, M D.
Fernandina, May 26 1 tf
Agency for Fairbanks and Co's., Counter and
Platform

A Good assortment on hand.
A -.BROOME & THOMPSON.


Ojity 3UO4S ftor tSiale.
T WO valuable lots in this City, Lots No 20
and 21, in Block 1, situated on tbei curner
of Second an.I Ala., hu Streetp. Ap| ly I.-,
Aug..4-11 Itf TAYLOR, BECk'IIAM & CO


in ainv quinliti,, f r which the highest price
I ll .,:par,, in : l m rcnh:Lrir e. W e invict
11 tr i rl :,t' .,r uiarkr..
SLe..-eml.er I BRO0ME &, TH'MPSON.


HODGES, DAVIS &. CO'S.

Consolidated


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

SOMETHING NEW!
CITY PLAN I
FI OSI,O OO0
F0ja $1 ,00!
Prizes Payable Without Deduction I

EXTRA CLASS!
75 BALLOTS-12 DRAWN NUMBERS I
To be drawn in the City o( Macon, every
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. Fri-
.... d and Saturday Afternoons, at 4 o'clock, dur-
ing the years IS& 1 & 18OO..
By this Class, the holder of any One Dollar
Ticket, if the numbers Fo selected should be
drawn, will be entitled to a Prize, according to
the following

An $1,00 Ticket, 8 dawn numbira on it, $50,000
"' 7 25,000
f I 6 t 15,00o
14 i B 6,000
S 4 1,000
: 3 "1 200
2 1 30
1BI
Any $1,00 Ticket with a drawn number
otn it stationed to come out at any par-
ticular place, such as 57, 1st, 2d, 3d,
or any other station in the drawing... 60
Tickets fpoaf One Dollar, to any Price.
And Prizesibnid,at the above rates Rer-Dollar.

HAVANA PLAN!

MORE PRIZES T*T AN BLANK!9t
CAPITAL PRIZE


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

26,220 PRIZES A MOUNTING
TO 271,200 DOLLARS!
Will be ,ii, IiI-uU. 1 according to the following


To be drawn e eerySaturday.
1 Prize of $70.000 5 Prizes of $500
1 Prize of 20,000 10 Prizes of 300
1 Prize of 10,000 20 Prizes of 101)
1 Prize of 5,000 100 Prizes of 50
1 Prize of 3,000 100 Prizgs of 25
1 Prize of 2,000125,000 Prizes of 5
3 Prizes of 1,0001
076 Approx'tion Prizes amounting tO $18200.
26,220 Prizes, ULt11, 'ng to ........... $271,200
Certificates of 1'a0l.:.,f,: UI Whole Tickets, $55.00
t 10 Ralf Tickets, 27,50
9 10 Quarter Tickets, 13,75
i T) EighthrTieket.-, 6,87
This is the risk-, nnd which entities lhe h,1.1der
to all he draws o%.-r -%:5. ..

COMBINATION PLAN.
-, ",_ CLA^S B.
Sw,wy 1, iisd-sq,, I a o'.li>a.,, A. MI.
-.*':"' CAPITAL PRItIZ.S' '


78 Tumbers-14 Drawn Ballots!
14 drawn Bdl.,t; in e.,ch Package of 26 Tickets.


ST E A M B O T S. THE EAST FLORIDIANo


APOTHECARY


Corner of A and Third Otrtetas
FERNANDtMA, FLA.,


THE SUPERIOR SEA STEAMERS


CAROLINA,
J. J. FLINN, Commander:
AND


S. ADKINS, Commander,
PASSAGE AND FREIGHT
Xlec=-xxoued !
Cotton taken by this Li,,e. at SIXTY CENTS
PER BALE, and all Merchandize at
very Low Rules.
LEAVE Fernandina daily, (Sundays excep-
ted) at 4 P. M., or immediately after the
arrivnl of the Mails and Passengers by the Flo-
rida Rail Road.
Passengers for Wilmington, Weldon, Rich-
mond, Washington, Baltimore, Philahdelphia,
and 3New, York, will take the Cars of the North
Eastern.Rail Road, leaving Charleston daily, at
1 P.M., and 11 P.M.
TAYLOR, BECKIHAM & CO.,
Dec. 8-29-3in Agents.


NEW SCHEDULE.

U. S. MAIL LINE.
FL 0 R IDA AND SA VA NNAH.

STEAMERS


^ ^ *" ^' 3) '\




-AND-

ST. J0[N'S.
Leave Savannah every WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY Mornings, at half-past 9 o'clock,
The new Iron Steamer, SI' MARY'S-Capt.
JAS. FREEBORN.
The favorite Steamer, ST. JOHN'S--Capt. N.
KING.
Leave Savannah regularly as above for Pa-
latka, East. Forida., touching at all the principal
landings.
They will arrive at Fernandina: every Thurs-
day and Saturday mornings, in time to connect
\vith the Trains going West.
Returning they will leave Fernandina every
Friday and Monday afternoon, after the arrive;
of the Train, and arrive at Savannah every Sat-
urday and lueosday mornings, connecting with
lie Steamers leaving Savannah, Saturday and
Wednesday, for New Ycrk and other Northern
ports, and Steamer Gordon for Charleston and
Rail Roads North and West.
These Boats have been uilt expressly for this
Route; are coaiiiiiindedl by-careful and experi-
euced JCaptains, and have large and elegant
St, te Room accommodations for Passengers.
For further particulars inquire of
CLAGI1ORN & CVNNINGHIAM,
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


ROBERT ADGER & CO.,

209 AND 211 KING STREET, CORNER OE MARKET,





pases, comprising


Purify your Blood

AND PREVENT DISEASE!
3 Y the Syrup of Sarsaparilla highly concen-
trated with the addition of Iodide Potassium,
,qmbined with other vegetables and roots, form-
pig one of the most efficient alteratives known t."
he Medical Faculty, in removing glandular ob-
wtructions, promoting the discharge of all un-
healthy secretions, thereby restoring tiia system
to a pure and healthy state, and as a preventive
of disease, so simple and safe, that an infant can
ase it with. the greatest efficacy in eruptions of
lhe skin, Scald Head, &c. ; also, in Rheumatic
diseases. Prepared only a~t Apothecary Hall,
Fern'dina, ]Fla., by
Jan lq-3m T[IOS. McMILLAN.

A Sure and Infallible Curd for ()h0o-


A LADY Is desirous of obtaining a situation
nas Governess in a private family or as
Teacher in some School. She has no ohjectio-
to going into the country. The most satisfac-
tory references can be 6iven. For further infor-
mation apply at the office of the East Floridian,
Oct 20 22 tf
CxEl() 13,0-1T A

STATE LOIIrEHY
FOR THE BENFFIT OF TITE
MONTICELLO UNION ACADEMY,
OF JASPFR COUNTY. GEORGIA,
Authorized by Special Act of the Legislature.


M7=:?_Z40 -- MEUXJs I._._flJ -OAL$- f lera, Diarrhcaa, Dysentery, and


-m b.k. M.W .


PLiANTATION


oo0DS,



House Keeping Articles!


JB. DUVAL & SON,
298 KING STREET ,
CHARLEJSTON, -S. 0
DEALERS IN
Britannia and Block-Tin Goods, Table Cutlery,
Japanned Ware, Brooms, Brushes, Wooden
Ware, Plated Spoons. Forks, &o.
HOUSE-KEEPING HAIUt:WARE,
OF ALL KINDS.

w x IZ _VVA%. t 3ES9
OF EVELIX DESCRIPTION.
Dec. 15 6m


FIRE, MARINE AND LIFE'


Southern Mutual Insurance Co., Athens, (M
Reserve Fund, -.- $200,000
ASPILURY nULL, President.
ALBON CUASE,' ecretary,
Augusla Insurance and Rauklug; Com'ly
I ALIOlSTA, IbEURGIA. ,
Capial, -- $375.009
.IV. M D'ANTIGNAC, President.
C. F AMLCAY, Secretary.
"Southern Mutual Life Insurance CoW'T.
COLUMBIa. S. e.
Cash on hand, Fept., I, I1P59, $157.372
Hori.W.D DSAITSSURE, Fresident.
F. W. 31eMASTER, Actuary.
C. F. MeCAY, Consulting Actuary.
The undersigned is prepared to take rIsk1 i%
he ,iibve recpunslblo Companic., and from their
ivell knuwn liberal policy in the settlement *I
losses, as well as boing Southern Co'mpanies,
-will recommenI them l.,, the put-lie.
j OLIN THOMPSON, Agent,
May 26.1y Fernanilina, ]Il.


PIANOS, MELODEONS,&c.
GEORGE F. 1,COLE.
No. 179, King-st, Charleston' S. 'C,
-TNVITES the attention of pnr:.hasern ol Pianos
A to his Stlek of tbe vrid it-kinn, superior and
dur.able makers, [IUNI]AM A ILUNNS. for-
merlv MUhi, S &Clark, a.ll of bich [istrumants
huie cerv r deru improvement, ,nd are fulij
Pmnos packed free of (chrge.
i~cc 15-if 0 F. C.


WANTED PUR('i 'SE,
;LOQ&4 STAPLED Oi -
.STIORT 'STAPLED COTTON, s
AND
HII-ES,


FINE FLORIDA SYRUP,
ULST OPENED. at
.LRO':ME & "Ii IiOMPSON'$.