St. Augustine examiner

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St. Augustine examiner
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Saint Augustine examiner
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St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Matthias R. Andreu.
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine


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Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
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Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
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Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
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"The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
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"An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
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Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).

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LE C A L NO 0TI C A S. |A CLERGYIMAN ON THE conduct of any portion of the people to run obedience. .But surely no such revol( than the total defeat of the avowed (.bj,. -
'- gI9 1t -%'4a i''>' CRISIS. into secession, or to. drive others into ir ..;Ji.. North or South, and ... .... ..";i ..i ..... The Brm d".,:arJiam u
EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE. Interesting Letter from Rev. Dr. The livesof traitors e.L, inot to v. .. -,. ............ ,.. I.. p,.r....r the ic. i mn t,. ln.nlin
SUBLSHE EpersonVainganAY claims, or demands rocktnridgo to Vice Presideint feather agoinsc the peace or Be ., [**-*-,... I,......i r ..'. J I .,i I r .- a..,r ,a lb1,. ULs..n. unokr v
AUBLISHED EVER" ATIV PAY against .the Estate of Nathan Cobb late of Olree reckinridfr "d l j r l
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.PROPRIETOR.r to bestow; ad in no did they t J .:..l.. .. .:. jr ..: i- .. : i n |b..-r.r.t, th ian

S .. .... LL persons i b t the Estae of Annie refuseto ithr of you any distinctionI ed om 177 t 1 r : p 1- .... .. .1 ., ... 11..... ...........I e
S .r.. .. izecea .. m keim- ateitherof youwas willi to except v o t K *.C .. .. byar s..r

I .ii., .. : ". n ,, i. i and ina no instance did they ever com plain the necessary b:.. ,- ... ir ..I r... 2c,,j ;,.a .j.- i ii ,..- h,..o :u L. th j., ,etheonly i.e- -n.Jy 1 s. -.:.r,,bsii .
,... .. .1. .. ... are required 1o present .1.. ... within re that either of you had come' short of what interminable war along a frontier extend- treated w .ith more scrupulous fairness. If reject that the,-l-.l.Jr, :, l- .. i B.ii.u
p they expected ro you. Such testimonies ing om e Atlantic ocean to the whrn ever such a temper and such a spirit shall might be obliged t. :. ...,: there
.the 180 ntilyo ow fid yourself i position for the case when peace can be er temporal and disputed power of Congres a manner that oceans of it could never r
""""Feb.1,i16- mark ti d tii --tI. t heiLn ir-r' I --i'.'. its I':''"' r'""q.I li,-" ( ,a[', or ,t.. ,,cr .; t, j..ii .n .ee L ,
,....... .. ...........I EX' IX'S .NO C ... good or evil to the whole nation, scarcely p eservd along that frontier, as well as it over the subject cannot fail to be exerted store what we had destroyed, w -rdir; :n, eoi 'r
lounef.,."id,1-,1:.r o .......- LL er bestow ; and in no ; ii ... .. did they an b in the U nionst and every m an can in som e m manner satisfactory to opposing drop of s. i I.t would be a .. eternal -.. .-C
t ofni :. ... A e inst te of le rease all thordinary responsibilitieswhich tosee that ay ofAnniutur union ofe to eithdivided clamans. t so long as parties, on one against ourfolly!
S ., ,. ri, deceased -. I n i rest upon you to the very hig- st dgr, rtt either oou was willing, i anyto exceptside or the other seek by every means to For my part, I am iot ashamed tocon

.. .. Allothers wil o c. .. 1. 3 LA.. .A. W E .. ix d an address themselves to a true heart. y7a terms w.i" h now exist. The inevita- eqaly extreme claims in others, nothing country, and the mingled sorrow and iro
S r 10 00 d very man in this nation still more every e effectoft recent events at Harpers remains butto fight the question out in dignation with whi i every a-
., pn 1 man i te C..onwealth which hao erry, taken all together, must be to give each Territory or, what is worse, to fightit tep t to weaken amongst the people h
Se. ..... p sn signally honored yon, will ponder t h tese rn a d degree of security to te whole slave ou the ruins of the Republic, orwhat sense that we owe t tIhe mother ofu v s

,,. I I..- ... .editors 7 y X weekhis noafter dati be I shall n bar to the ligsjust in the degree that t hey expected fro you. Se estm frontir t e aio, which no part iswo ever ate ea uh Ui s all eole e d nythin glorious.
no trperly co nected withi payment. .IATILDA CO OOPE RR, A trlxrrez. -
Ssepa 10 a t0e'n uo ob e o ut oIoutrc. enS the o per t of such a people, ac sonofulated a eve r at man en foresee a return to the countt lft ofwards. AsaSouthern man who did not believe in God, who were nt
A bi.s for Job Priing, or. Feb. 4; 1860a. rn Co tat o which you have yourself, position for st ate of the h handful of when peace me n be ever temporal and disputed power of Congrel a manner that ceand of it could never -.:.

obert li and pat manner, declared to be 'ose follies and crimes were consumma- the Missouri Compromise as a greapoliti t,;..- When I reflect .., r.
Sbe....St.Auustin n. fullgood of peril to the whole nation,f the American ty prestherved al probably beng that fronter as well as itcal over thesubject canent fail to e exerted store what we :ad destroyed, whand already.
il idadtirge f, LL pers having people, ad most peculiaanyclaimsordeandsinferiorry to that of any other person, in- cabein the fUnionrst and evtry man some manner satisfactory to opposing drop of it would be rhis ow eternal anfor the.
s ARE OUT. i egaisr l shall apply to Ehe Kesof gslB. Gi reno you ill adl theit that The which see that ane future union of the divided felaimant. ut so long as wh parties the o advancemeone against of the human rafolly!
Stire reqrir- i ...ll ribit the sn, hw*hin t o address tin an, of a demonstration of the in- control by Congress over slaby every means the c.For I am .. ashamed toco..:
ae:etr'" i T rit i dicy n to you these noble rflection-varnin e stimable value of the Union, both as it territories has been made t claims, irrespective ofes the depth of my love for my who1 L.
,eoisidnesidide "alien called arr, l befo. 3it 189 Excosreix. crnaddress themselves to a true heart, very tom ti.e seext- Te a nvia-eer ly extremebclaim i n the notin g country, and the mingled sorrow and in-

'I. doe tr. 1.wh n di youoby themi taimanoeratyonye eaents t sets bounds to the p passions of men, and a national butto fight the question out in dignation me a hundred millions; wheea
... .. ls,- $10 00 and cUrmadin gths nation still more evx- t e nablesry us to p sh mn by due course The solitary condition which can satisfy I try to appreciate the necessity of jus
Str..i.......k.. o1ar ... t you i to allow their destiny to be Ferry, taken all together, must be to give each Territory or, what is worse, toi cghtit tnh pt to weaken amongst the people h,iy

ri ]. italt, Baver ca8u n 1 1. revoked, Jnnll a ma evo; a Letanr that they expect and desire that, letwhat of p..1 r I Paties, by what incompetence h .. 1... L.. i, r -. iu ..:ulr,.; .a that such a destinyS es ri

.ind-IiT,-A,,p, in fact >i we inFruary, or threoit th 38. that Koutucky may do herpart, as becomes people, the country has heon brought to e o ev.y la State is, that the Con- and inheritance is kept in store for man. u
.. t ..... 0s E UAtof.tew signally honored you, will ponder t-lsc a degree of security to the whole slav e out reinterpreted, andof the Gov- IthRepublic,what sense od continually that mothe dusof

ELSO. .1 18 aotd that wn the worst mes she may which has bc n familiar to every one since part nent so administered, that it sha ll.en- my ancestors mingles with this soil that
.. .....edior 7 X weeks or diaferdat accord I shnllpp to e things own free anjust in te degree tat they expect first settlement Continent, are ea security and equality the handsof my kinded have laboredonu
.. 'C r i3l separate sense ofh.r duty and her honors itestions which this generation will hae of ights the Union, which it would eno these sublime monuments that tho valor
j-" t All bills for Job Prirting, must be paid np wiet thi- ill. tire well rnnexd,Upon the ,taterof which you haveyourself, in the most pub- the haIdful of white men and negree I deploredand still deplore, thecereeal,of faithful to oaths, and 7,.)didi nt i,..
LLrnI indeed to the Etate of G lied Nodi there c among them, declared to b e whose follies and crimes wre consu mma- the issouri Compomise as a great politi- friends When reflect ..rcost by,
St. Augustne the deepest interet in the cun r an d in selves are what is theprecise nature of ouldion of eitherprobably be the lst, as condl error, pre-eminently injurious to the inheritance of my posterity a -

FLOUi;, IEL '~s es Be,'' l. l.. fyou, could more properly than myself ad- the deficulty now, and in what manner occurred as to justifyeither party in pno- pertains to such a land and such a people.

HatTER, CHEESE AlY IliJMP11REYS hope, and urge upon your considerations certain peop f to trys come ha laL- uf if i l ud A i i od has east my lot there, andI have beea
,TIE. people, 2 85.minitrad o like with your own thfaie an of tusly were the flet to f tlry such a n tteropt. South. As an American citizen I deplore done by s for his o glory foral that I have
FALL' iA UT.Nt the glory of your outry, whose d umit The whole ase ougt to be, to eery; and the- fearfully dingdue importance which theadvar neither been blind the errors, nor ino-
',FIS, i r, te. everyone of th asthverlookedight amidst ifother nan, a dmonstraio of the in- control b Congress tifover slavery in the rant of her peril. ..: -

SILEL, TRE IXy onthhft he d ch rof sl ^ ^or p the passionate violence which to all calm glorf te fI as mars but ls a extreme proceeding, any further As for Kentucky, if I have left undonoy
sCATSUP, county for my discharge as adnistrator with men seems to prevail at Washington, take care not to commit any overt act and than may be necessary and effectual to pre- anything I could have done for her honor
s i, & tc. wi t wileannexed o t on Estae of Heath As to the dissolution of the American b- hustbit seles to me thit tho bot sost vent that impending violation. Moreover, her interest, or her glory, she knows ho.
...COFFEE..............., GEO. w.. FAIRBANKS, Union- ithe settled and deliberate convi- l ab povl o nst sun o s the highest andmost enduringintercstsoof joyf lly would redeem that lack ofwser wh
.* -, ICE' ito-ui ,ia "- i' JoSt1. Auguerstine, Tn e 2 sed, you by themky i s a manner at once Cor dt de u toyn i the pas overhro of m a parties conspire with their sacred obli- vice. But still love my country; .still I
ECIO IES, for anything w'thateve your peopldotha t x-is itself nabless to pdish ovenment It may bdue ourse The olitons y ondion which cact w atifyh mu I try toaman Amppreiat the necessity of juswith

: e PI1PES, -- had ay existence as a Commonwealth, ex- tat needsto be one t may be sse pp t dnnt partyat the N.tilht P .sidet a Cogress, any combination
APX months after cpt as ouo of the States of the American t lt i t t of by o epurable w already violated beyond endurance oftates under heaven, to abolish from

.,.,,,.. SODA up .... iio,.,.., Ueion ShlW .nevr h a dla thought misecti f;but-in the fouI*r cs athe lahk o ,itary condition with whi. h the safe- amongst men that highest of human titles.
TAILS, ... B orBof the s of towards that Uio-ore d t V olenco r- n i n I. ave worn it as a crown all my days on
nrio I BROOMSc l, ener i i d ofi. I '" S"ate; she ver for instant desired parties, by wha4 iatre o mr iesti" or.. then, it is the rthest poss .earth; and implore you, by our common
linritiv Vitro Peak tonier Sobrero, i.iry to-air revoked, aninluled, aud emade ard a Letter that thc.y expect and desir.that, lt WhatL -h i .. .h

1. v, tit dnit'or. .nlarg her rights urder the Fedeial CoF- tsotis-iad its *irtolrhraoe abuse ouht Poe being true that the secession of a portion blood and common name, by all the love S
AA.LE LIoE, b e nt 1- 8. s it eome oushould so se any o ts i of publc men, ot by wh decss1 of the dowh h can satisfy the vdisru oes- served for my people that such a refou od all
-old-Torp in ... , February,Orfhlrebol, int te'nr15\. tatI ,Kentucky o yd oerpart,cLecomes people, country has bee brought to everyy Slave Stoto is, that the Con- and inheritance is kept in store for in.

exI t e betotinterestofany State to sde eyere o tub at violence, uan be don e it is equally true that the nation is a nation; ly, long after my gray hairs are under the
hi,a ,, inSf. Sq htrrairatr hats. DE A" o,..Ihr,;orhe srd aed glo'of tire whole- e e f i v e uPo eP stitution shall be interpreted, and the Gov- I thank God continually that the dust of
.-. proliis. c in.estmenA. from tt whe Unioe wor how thmes right to semay- touchhag suc familiar to ever c since rmet so admericnist peopled, that it shalen- my ancestors mingles with this oil that
Sfi'O.l o.dthe Nov:"20,1869, A.e freyJ. the first sco siderhet (. ,;_ b Conti ent, re joy the same peace,securlty and equality the hands of my kindred have laborednE
id sepurely rsenvolutionar dut d he hno. quein tons which this generation will have ofrights in the nio, whdo ich power would national se sublimemodalban uments, Ky, hat thn. 9, 1 val860.
LL pers indebted tothe Estate of d N is there one aig them all, o to anser to genfaerations the tonstituome joy It towerok the omState.mpirWhat seems of my friends was part of the cost by
Cheap Goods. A litilophreyslate of Joxn' couno S y,SdA- f0 ...a. private station andimpelled Tohy by The questions we should answer to our- to me cletr at present is, that no such vie- which all has been secured; and that the
SIlceasedu, ,.requested to Iaeiinooesdiat payl thedeepest intcl est n the (un thryand in se rle s owhat is the preci senate of nation of either of these condithioe has yet lotof kthe inheritance of my posterity apo
FLOUR, me rt; to the undersigned; .. i ; ....
iaisgainstsaidEstate, ". I ..e. l. y,. you d could ad Executive authority to and, orce the laws in tune of fours thoustfand yeiter party i pro: pertains to suh a land aher stick out all over,
BUCKHEAT. au entted withi time prescribed b y dress to you Vrds ofhe bonfidene, r the appli- y that difficulty be suroted? If d to su extion in twain is a far more s for the Souhakninits widest se

UTTER, los, oi (bie notice wl b O N E ) cation of any such remidypwhctherb certain people of tire Nort c e f, t oalin o sceur than for a nation to rt Physicians in India raise blisters,
C:IES E Tn ti sur huse by revolution, by the formation of nw co' recover justified if it bad occurred. And it i God has east my lot thereons, andI hadress th been
"L A Nov. IthiH185. AdHministratrix. conncted L yike with your own dimeida usly among the people of te South, and equally Cearthat te apprehension that caloyalenne popp her; all the more loyal treatment doI ave

fill3 Li, vl 1 & & l ^ & ^ b c n d t letheog r ur as et y ion of puu Fu it to de ath fec thei c he South e n u t h a n re tionalty i ours a-t-i- h
,EF,, ,the gll ory of t,your country, tr se due arerput to, death forthei r rI es; and then impendingviolation of the rights of either neither been blind to hetherrom, nor igno-v

P,.1hls.TbacoIRKNot e WUL rspcly weight may be e asily overlooked arties if other people, assertveninr I adit that the r ay oca cau e irey pa ig at the eleon of a horse attached to
Scout to it prot prious condition. a n e i t i oa ui socit, But in precisely such a case as away while the crows are a roost."
itr.'IL aESareaotherices. orea su in s the passiote violr u which to all cal glorify the dead f elo fi as martyrs, but less ayextreme procendinig, any further As for Kentucky, if I have eft undone
TRIPE Is ply to teicJudge f Pr oborne rake S t.Jles ey caxtrope proig.ry ofurthe A for Kentu indon
ThtuE ,f LCATSUP, counIty for my discharge as adiishnstinror with men seems to prevail at aing pos-. take nte Cnot to con itio any overt act nd than ma be nohiary a tua to pe anything I could have done for her honor
Smith, deweiased. o As to the dissolutioni of the American nbe h ; it senes to me thnt the very most vent that impending violation. Moreover, her interest, or her glory, she knows hoar
COFFEE0 FtIRE XNKS, Union-the settled and ddliberat eove- endh tile of all pripsals against such dangers the highest and most enduring interests of joyfully I would redeem that lack of ser-
SICE ,'rs, St Agstne, ue 25, 1 or trity w i execrate to t is end of time whatnd such annoyaam e time s is t he federal Adminive tr action dissolution of both the parts, and the end of vice. But still I love my country; stI had theI
CON ECTIONER IE* fo hlyr anythi ernment s hall allow, is itself thuld too feeble too timid to oere nations prhiding themto act with m utual ama n Amer ican citizen. AnIyou.
T Co .AC sibloethat Goverment can never do all justice, goodf-ifith, arid forbe muance. aButmupiftedhands, the right of any Court, any
TOo.' rthe direstof alleoalamures. Kentucky niver that needs to bet'done; it may be possible suppose tic e domienanthpartyat the Bu rosided any Congresrgo any Combiuation
nPoPEShonthsofteroadaery existence as a Commouweqltrl ex- to pervs er it to the d61ig of intolerable have already violated ateNoedhetour rce idfntanysCongrhesav ny omboinaion
oTIIimo aftere .,.. i ,,, ,., ,,. pt as o of theStatesiof'the American inoischietf but in ttie former case the. lack trhe solitary condition with whieL theesafe- amongst meen that higheest of human titles.

..LS, itryor of the eso of towards that Union-or towards any sister t y of the South allows her to be satisfied; I have vorn it as a crown all my days on
1la... ... teof i secolltsofront. the very nature of our iustitu- evou then, it is tire furthest possible from earth; and I implore you, by our common
F lBROOMS, CALVINiierr treG e IrLIS,r"arge shr rgvtr for onr instant desired totions-and its-intolerable abuse of power being true that the seeassion of a portion blood and common name, by all the love
CANDLES,.Admiistrater.xenlargorrights under the ayed iCo ni- the 1ute wounisgfile of the States, or tile disruption of the so many noble hearts hear fqr you, and all
BA"D. .I'E JELLIIES, NOTICE. rights Offensively, or to deny to others their Slave SLates. The reeal difficulty dos nn wier onn t even an allowable alternative. a to isel theetah onering rou s
FISlAPELIe C TIONt C wit or mrdgu of trobatge oft mollygs unaler totiticn any such groups as thes nor is its is true tire States are sovereign States, but buke, that you shall bear hat title proud-
ND E.S'CARt. uJohnss conrity, for ority iso sell ci-'tainreel -obtoprehed oreimedy in anrzthin tohat ca be done it is equally true that the nation is a nation; ly, long after gray hairs are under the
'ot.tef. t'CR.mltler fee tire parpoecefacorerhe to tinteieit
Jan. 7-- invsicrerr roAEo R m fromr the Uin-er hoswoileyrighe tiroe so-etouchingsuch aspects of the case.rigItuthe Americao people a people. Great na- green sod.
FrmJj o"i, 2nest1en- .. 4wE coleo canhe Union-idrehowayrring aloe but manner those great questions of the rendi- tions cannot suddenly disappear like a ROBuRr J. BECKINRIDoE.'.
N.26,1purely revolutiooary,c sidered 0 nythingienlton of fugitivoeslaves by, the North and of cloud of insects; nor do powerful nationali- Brodalbane, Ky., Jan. 9, 1860.
"Tye GlOERIES e the foreiacn Slave-trade at the South, are ties fade in a day, like the flower of the
B C B IA V Ascent tojfinally settled so far as the Constitution cease. It took the Roman Empire athous- n To makealady stick out herfinger,
: t ..'i ,. tutional remedy; nothing in tire aspect 'of 'e wou ofo Coe deon setrle t Hnd national- P
L irue t ca,. 'neic20b Crackers, tthetiestpromisig anything but disaster the ino tou silk dress. To make h stick out allovr,
lo cask A In, ]l idcasds Prter.-10I bioxes-Eaisins, to the country, to eveo seceding Statcud Executive autnoriry to enforce the lewsefortunr of four thousend years.
5 kegs ,e,- .... 7o kegs Nails, N ,R O G E R 0 mostespecially to herself, from the appli-bt respects., Th lot-lg periods of un- To retnda nation in twain is a far more
5 iha. l cit, : Ihl. Erie S,-n P hint.oN.O. ft E'N E Ts' S C0 RN i o uch remdy,'whether bypwarp usuprl elaws, touching b ter rcedur" than foeanatien to Physicians in India raiebliatars
hrlf'hiiigue' "- bits.i Scar' 8 uNse oy renedy,'fooratirp by nwa subjects, may be imperfecely administered, recover irecif hr on inlr intmoale. eith redhhot irons, andddressthemlseite
I bbo. "lips, A10ibags Ctoife. 15 boses HT ASonhtLand every leading Brand of tle dAysfleracico, or by the session of individual
Sl-rtt, u bttleql hevnr, i doco. Pai', -e0 dz._la rine1himac.,earlaexamrnaefIon -rr.irs"Iec. fi ietrpmefy lroaver of thee nationort'lekuoth
I tr. tgs \Whirr 1cad, 75 coxes Soap, t 3er. A1, States. As far as she can undertand,itpetuated on this ut maie peoplesar, e don't know

hubi.n Oidi ,,-2ke-sihat2 ickgsahioniit, liex nabtiaWianditheviolentassertion of dia c nnr nation. With0s naenationalitylike ours,,
tcai10 iluids. ort, 2 :nternTALOruggloroaneheanereioetenteea "I can tell you how to save that
rils it, 53 hl iEenienennhio'il,4liot e]"hiCiack- E IIANT TAILOR. b s, or, to sy the least, extreme rights- to thle foreign Slavc-trede, is what no manuthey said htboe to a Ina whswaslook-
t naanrd the mardnemss of pioliicallearties in I ....r?.yifirr,n;altnnfrerirl greatly pl'otrhaated,d.og at tpe saretschoof ashor hook
,,,2ehhds.I T,, -,. Iatrr,dIadt-el. h ...eOULDretpectfullyhinfeenoebisefriends .bee it js justified ILn asSCetilg. Iamit that the ryourcartant-erhorreatlyapotracted
I, c;skIHs, 4 BLOnC- itsid hlire plliegenerally,i t hi isalways theirstrmuile f r power that has brought 'and cat never fotely ar rot'the progress of vehicle. wut;?" ".Ihv just slip him
te..c.r- s itch, stheConatryetoe1inec'iutntioernlouslCn te Uo seo society. Btut in precisely such a ease so away while the crows are at roest.t
ani n.cthe ne wh tihr-ey ona f-or limo ci lie t] e e ty to i r bet1ct-ier iossloif'cthe North or t rh o r utheSouth
radne nit 'trrrl]eiat tprilee nb eand. ranl oi i]s py lrhiself wiTili Tire true rcntedy for such disorders is net u t oursa ctpermathent rending of the nation ihA gentleman being-eked by slady
Ba.14."3. E. CitlIo. ihe inu f'silfoentelofiods, souch as superior the breaking up of tho Governmeet, hut it is a cath e p reln o thion
-1relL black, bhn and Erown Cloths, blackDoe ist the Constitution a __s ter pinhresi oh wihich thcs city, llt the Prarisiau ladies were
1f.Sl Maryt ioan frat t'irlestil, ltie -i min, tedFancy Casaimqrs, Vcstinigs, Noeck tie due enforcement of'tire laws; and pos- I o t C a i i a promises nothing soassuredly as the mutual i tty, the a I
Flour,N, ..1V 1... ..II t.i,. s a&.trity wilM exec-rateto thre cod1of time rhat- afime time. rthe Federal Adminictration "i"outonof both the parts, and the.endof,,Ihogt so, mads, beore I had the
h/t. t;'. It I nir' ei.a, sbip, fre cas.h only. oa'eri overntitcnt shiall sorlo t~he "lawlas.s ebhjuil he too feeble or; tee timid to, coerce which osn prot~ce nothing inuer certainly plassuretotceicg you.'"


'4 t than il.':. -.,,,this of thp citizens of the
S* t- 9 north I,..-tr i,,, return under the constitu-
tion. In the case supposed none would favor
'' .'. -it. Now five sixths repudiate all inter-
ferance with our State institutions. What
s would be their position in the event of a
S __ _. _'_ 'separation, with the embittered feeling
AULO which it would engender?
ST. AUGUStinE, FLORIDA, Were the States separated, asd the uni-
'rTI*r'DOT. rIrn. 1s. IvaG, ted north arrayed against the South,
.- -- --.- -..- -. where would be the untiring abolitionists
a.-- r b. ... i i,.., i i' of Great Britain andm F.... Thosepo-
an duly aethor.- I ,.- as Agent for their "ST. lit nations would feel much loss respecp
.. *,'. n" n.s,- ." and will receive sub. '
-. -. ; .. t. .. | j ..,,- i and fear for a nation of ten millions, nearly
Saaine four of which were slaves, thi p they do
.. '.I ...D a .f thirty millions. Tr ,. .." ,, .:.
SThie South and ine Union. isi... S1,h .\ ,i-.,,a. ., .- ,I ,'
I' th,. p,....J. W 1-es willC. t... J...r,.J i ui ailj i," ri;, Bw. 1"i ia,,t could the
S u. ru..a..ts ti.i, II, -,le .r i '. lr if J .. l 1.i i..., .:i .. I., groitt staple
k l 1..i' L -)u L of K.i-nl'Ii i., .'.l..b : t .,,r '' I uil .- ii ., ,:' Ki i. i bi.
the Vice Presidehtsof the United ;' ,i',, i .. I.. i .I. ... i -.i ..i it.. .... ...i .. .:
S 'i i pr.-. w.. i-. j :, .: ,, ,,i.... :7 ..
-.._k ,,:,.,'. I',t. WTV i -Ae ., t ;, r..- i \ ,t'',lr 1,i I ri i'. 4ii r, -' ,t i.i.; ,..
it'Jua|,t ii' h,: tloqes.l m'll. n,,r. p,:,. 'i 'has i n Ireiiitn'. E ,
mf A t LL, fl, fa.sf,, lrr,. .i i .
e ,-' +.,1-W-.

EmJ']l VIr .Si,.it-=,S.,tb .,-;: -- f ,.,u i W[, 'l ",r a
EnJilhm ig ir'mi a ei,,atl, :uah,;n S..- i1;i an ..n-iIt hIT, .-sr, J, ,i1 t, la l:t,,,,..*i .n

-honn r, stern l, ui d C n.1 j ,: r c i ii- itan lli., .,. i 0 1t. o l I ,- ,i ,:
character,,-,: .. LI- p, r.I .ur.-1 !,h.. ,.. o. l right i ',i, f 'i:.'.r .j- t. .u,. .iH .
tl.~rk -i.' tf L ,. l ...., hL :t ,,-.' :.t,, cer- ,.. t li ,. ... : i t.... .i... 1 i H
t-04'.' El l .- ,Iu.i J ll II!.- m oost .. J u; ,u ll .ht. 1li. .' .11 (1 .2', ..... .. I... .. rI....
,.un...J. t.r[:.n [i. 1's4 ,in., a ubject that a peaceful seC....... ..... I., .: ti.t -
S.t ,: 'ul,,ai, *u-l.,,,r.,. i. r..m'- ;u, i.;d; In such a separ ,io .u .v 1.. it r .. ill .
u!l ofthe land, .and,, vitally a_ iin. the with the south? -V.ii .1 ..i, ..i..
f.:. i-...t..- 1.l. l, tl,... i !..-uF, and the -Kentucky and Missouri be willing to sub-
'P.. .i'...-, a ,t i.. ur.I',as,. t. by the sao- ject themselves to such a border, warfare
r :[ ...r.ur heroic fathers, he earnestly as would be likely 10 ensue? Would they
nsa hti a--, from hi felloT citizens aud .be willing to become the line of np hcer
compatriots. great Canadian reservoir of fugitives with
I ...,rn ht.i- b r ., 1 h i..,~. r..'.- no power of reclamation? Though the
i : I... '. '... i. .1 r"'-'. i.:, i. l.i-'.|.,. e lea ers consountwill the people? W e have
i' ibt. i .u-il-U t. i-:..rn I.olft' ofppres- no misgivings that eight 'or ten of the
.J I tr I th-: i, j .1 t .I J :s ..r .. t l.T rjIti .' .. r ri would not'be abundantly
.adthe bright star of h. p- ...r I i Alt-: i., iun" 'un themselves in opposition
throughout' the world. atssuredly, were to apy force which is likely to be arrayed
there :... r a iI.. i.n 1to generate ardent and against them. Yet in doing this, how would
:." y--. r,'- thoughts and clothe them in the condition of those states be improved?
burning words, it is this. How would this hostile attitude affect their
The weighty question is not, how the prosperity, their wealth, their power, and
union of the federal government will affect even their peculiar property?
me, .... ti,: .i ii... or this nation, or this The federal .. ........r.i :: ...- : d-
age;--momentous as these are. ii bi:, u ing from Texas. '. .... I 1.:.... .
world-wide importance and reaches forward Oregon. For the wl.... i....... .
to the e d of time. This we are too prone Ury, one army, one n. ...J ..1.1,. forget, when we talk so. light of over- domain? How shall !,.. I.. .J.,..i..i
tuarnng tce mighty fabric, powerful for Being opposed to a ... 11 r a.
good wherever its fame has penetrated, re- states yild to eight or ten any share in
aredbythe wisdom and cemetned, by thle them? It is already intimated, "that in
blood of ... .... .; .. r .,i .....,, ,,r ;.,,,;m ., .i lon. e b star" will again
t Lettit .. .i .:..d tj ii ..-. ad] i ., ii.. i. ..,, a,, .. -,. nations 9of
aerts of m.. ..,..l,., ii.r, r ,, lih..aD [,ji;. I thl e earth. .' a
the free states- 1 1,m : ..... .-i. it],, ,, ,. bordering on the waters
as do our brethren throughout the South. o0 it. W...-.-'. Ind its numerous tribu-
Let it be known, that we Vill stand among tries, is already assuming gigantic propor-
thefo-emcst in n auintaming the rights of tions in relation to the rest of the union,
the South, and in resisting every act of both in numbers and commerce. Willthis
aggression of that party or any other. 1We action consent without war, to have this
have rights under the constitution, created magnificent highway of the Mississippi
;by the wisdom of our honorable .-. at.J torn from her, and fall into 'the hands and
bequeathed by them to us. A. .l.,i.Ul control of a foreign ppwver? Will New Or-.
children and heirs, we are boupd pnt It 1. ...- consent to be thus cut off from, this
abandon them, though it costs a .t i.; .. i, i and productive region?
Let us then resolve agd dare to maintain Amid these diverse and multiplied inter-
icm. Let us not be driven from the un ets, views, and wishes, can a separation with
i son. nor go, till assured' that our condition out the hrorors of a bloody war, be effected
will be improved thereby, and till freedom by even tenor twelve, in opposition to the
and down trodden nations will be benefit- remaining states Does any one calmly
ted by such a course. EL,,.l..-..i it .... this? If not, then is it not far bet-
rich a trust, shall we prove recreav i..n t, I-. us, as Dr., L"ECeKENUtDGE, propos-
The South certainly has talent ;u.._ua, i maintain our rights by civil war,
lshe has wealth sufficient; she ha-. .[..., .7 i.:,,iA it come to that, in the union, than
s ample, to defend every right. The past to incur ag evil more to be dreaded,by an
ecinces this. She has not declined. On the .i-,..r, ..r.. ;,,,...' Now the, moral pow-
contrary she has been gaining for the last e, and prestige are ours.. The sympathy
thirty years. The South was never rela- and the arms if needed of a large portion
tively as prosperous, nor her slaves, as qf the citizens of the free states are with
valuable, as at the present time. us. With*a united South, abolitioniism enm
We cannot aftyrd to forget and surrender do, ...,., -. Let it rave. It is h4armloss.
all this, because the little city of Boston, In what we have said above, we have
or some other smaller city refuses to on- no desire to dictate to our tbrothern. We
force the fugitive slave law, when even arp willing to follow their lead. Yet it is
there the fanatics have the most meagre the part ofwisdom to deliberate in dubious
majority. Oughtwe to be deterred from positions. It becomes us to weigh well
ouipmc ;. .. 1.,. i ,:.. the traitor Brown every circumstance, before so important an
with: .... ,...:,. daring to invade a a ct is resolved ypon, as a severance from
sister State, was hung for his treason, a the union. .To this end we have ventured
lenalty in which the whole country re- the above reflections. Our readers will
joiced? Shall we be disturbed, because a be able fully to'develop what we bavo very
1, ... l..11 .: ~ f- 1 .. ...,

ew wid fanabtics, .In uesperao an tte
failure of their schemes, viper like knawed
toic file, by enlogizing the felon? There
s re felons in every section of the land, and
eritmes of the darkest hue cannot always be
prevented. It is fortunate, when, as in
, this case, thepcnalty treads so closely upon
the heels of the deed. In all this to us,
there seems nothing in the least even to
discompose the South.
Were the reverse of this, true; wdre fana-
ticism rampaut in all the free States; were
we weahkand hot powerful, and were our
property declining and not rapidly advanc-
ing, ought we not gravely to consider,
whether a rending of the union would im-
prove our condition? Were the sixteen
northern states another immense reservoir,
like Canada, for discontented runaways,
no one would anticipate a more faithful
rendition of the fugitive slare. m Iow more.

meagerly suggested.

"The Estelle Troupe.",.
Our Ancient City, has been in a mea-
sure enlivened part of the last and present
week by the dramatic entertainments given
by this troupe. Kate Es'tclle is emphati-
cally the Stella of the Company, and we
cannot with-hold praise to Mr. McKENZlE,
as actor and manager.
We understand that the above worthy
Troupe intend remaining ..... nights
longer. L etall who are fond of "A feast of
Reason and a flow of Soul" go and be ben-
efited thereby. With our cotetipor'aries we
endorse them as Bonafide., To-night will
be presented the beautiful Comedy nu.two
acts of "The Lady in Black;" with sieg-
ing and dancing; to conclude with the
laughable Vaudeville, of the Loan of a


Terrible Gale.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.-A terrific gale
was experienced here and at.the North du-
ring last night and to-day. At New York
considerable damage was done to ships in
the docks. In Philadeliphia' several houses
were blown down. Here the gale was
very violent, but no damage was done.

Historical Society.-
The Lecture of Mr. JOHN A. STEIN-
BECK, delivered before this Society last
Tuesday night, was well attended and
much interest was evinced in his state-
mnots. iHe is the bother of the gentle-
man, who was killed bj the Mussulmon,
of which manv of our readers read some-
time since. He stated, that of the eight
ears spent in the Holy land, about three
were at Jersusalem, and five in the per-
suits of agriculture, near Jaffa. In his
lecture iho aimed at presenting a picture of
the commipn lifo,and habits of the farmers
in Palestifno, of the nature and mode of
oultivaitiqg and of the crop and seasons,
in which he was very specessful. We
were surprised at tlhe e isepee of so many
ii,,. ,* ,-''i. i,;..i w'e h ve" bo.'tn i..,,
.- .... I .. ,r j [. t .r .,

-,.. ,a. ,ln. .- 1 i, ,t .. Ir 0.- -. i
*J .ig: .. .,t hb d,.,:,iu o,: ic.., ::ii t ,A" t+

I .,,, ..... 1,t an

tion disrespect fully censures the course .of
the mnayor-and City Counpil as some affect
to suppose, we cannot 'see, On the con-
trary it' commends their zeal and public
spirit. The enguries, why the ORDINANOES
of the City Council, and the account of re-
ceipts and expenditures, are not published
in the ExAMINERl, were legitimate, and
not disrespectful, Independant of any
profit it miahtbe to us, we are and always
have been, in favor of having our munici-
pal regulations published, and kept before
the eyes of citizens and strangers. We
/know that'no discourtesy was intended to
any one; and that a practical suggestion
should be construed otherwise than was in-
tended by the writer, is somewhat surpris-
ing, especially now, when our citizeus6sesm
.. i .. m ...' l ii I I .I i- for
*', i .i.. uh .1 [,i ,, u 1 .. -sts.
h* L \'" i'.. .. r-i rl.i' .,,. ]...., w ill
i + ,t J I ].. .-o.J om -
o, t '. ,I ... .f-, I..m _;ood
object, .ind thfi prevention bof any viola-
tions of the City ordinances, '',lielifhr the
City Fathers publish their acts in our paper,


B. We hayo reodived an article in refe-
rence to the ceommimication, entitled, '
"Religions of the Wored-Remarks onu this
article" &c., &c., published in last weeks'
issue, which we regret to be obliged to de-
fer till next week. We have also a con-
tinuation of the remarksks" &c., by the
same author. We must be permitted tc
say that these communications are become
quite too extended, for our small shelt, and
we suggest the propriety of a curtailmout.
Having admitted the first articles, we shall
take pleasure in publishing counter state-
ments of equal length, if desired. Ours
is designed to be a general newspaper. II
we sometimes admit articles of a religious
c controversial character, it is not with the
View of endorsing all the statements made
by the different writers, but in the hope ol
eliciting tyQith, which ought to bo the ub
ject of sueh discussinIs.,
We eatnot be hAld, rcoponsilloc for state.
Sienmts maslein such, communications. ]h
sthre is any want dfrtruth in them, or san
cue fcels I. -.l, -. -1i by seobh articles
we regret it, and hold our columns evei
open to oiall fair and candid refutation 1i
corrections. o
In this connection we may also remark,
that in every community there are oppo.
sing interests, and .diffring opinion.
on nearly every subject. It can hardly be
expected, that a p:iper designed to. pro1
imote the public int,;ro1st should at all time,
precisely meet every individual's. opinions
and wishes. This ought no, to be asked
or expected. We wish it wese in our pow;
er to gratify all. Unable to do this, we can
only solicit their forbearance, should we at
any time come in conflict with their opin-
ions or interests, and trust they will con-
tinue their friendship, till all comes around





The Fair. MEASLY PORK.-Professor Fleming, of HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ST. AUouSTINE, February 17, 1860. Queen's College, Birmingham, informs us -
Mn. E Tron:-As you are aware, a Fair that tapewor is very frequent in that town Arrivals at the Planters lIotel.
and that measly pork is also sold there to a
ras held last night, in this City, by the large extent. He las found portions of the S. BUFFINGTON, PROPRO ITOt
Ladies of the P. E. Church, for the pur- measle in ..,. -ii.. meat being imiper- -
ppse of removing the remainder pf the debt fectly cut *q .... ,,i hand-choppers, of [oc TOE WEEK, ENDING EB. 16.]
n the Parish -seool house On enteri sa 1 allmrinpfsaeturers. While Professors of John W Champlin Tocoi, C S McKen .
n the e arishi-school house, On enteri-g lateria Medica in the Queen's .University ais New Orleans, Miss Maggie Estelle N
in Ireland, Dr.AlexanderFlomingaddressed Orleans W C Talbott Baltimore, L
ment of the Fair, we were struck by the a report to the committee of the provision oothb Nrfolk Miss Kate ]..l
argue number assembled, rendering the merchants of Cork, on the Mcasle of the Nrfol Missl Kate
getting from one part of the an- Pig. From that d ent, we lean that New Oilns, Tyor New r
thr, a matter of some difficulty, as well as Professor Fleming confirmed the fact, that Miss Benton New Jersey, Mrs X1 i.,a
kil, ia g a c d the measle of the pig is the cysticereus New Jersey, Mrs. Taylor nurse & e'.l N ,t
skill in "dodging" a crowd Eacig at d cellulose, or bladder flesh worm. HIe ex- j erey A -arn Parrr I ..Jio
every one seemed to be occpipying them- presses a belief that the life of t1;e parasite Ters McCarthy r u i
selves in gazing earnestly on the beauties is destroyed by the process of curing; and Thos MCartry New York, I (lt.-
o liberally strewed around oh the various Ie hols it,- highly proable, if not quite bonds Va, Peter Petrmaun Palatka, Capt.
tblhes, and on the stiJl more beautiful dis- established, that mecasle originates in the Robt Mickler Palatka, J M Freeman and
ablsandonthe l more beaut, eggs ofi-the tapeworm which infests the lady New York, Thos J-Jones New York,
posers of the +a,,- eaid-,sH. Howbeau- bowels of the dog. Dr. Fleming explainsolata Henry W ach
iPI! was the i- I t...o ,n nall sides, the creat frequency of measles in the hog in .orge oe icolata, Ienry IV -Bach
u i t .. .. .. 1 ,, .d u l .G .. ,---R .. .. >:i l g J, C.

i.r .|,., ,, l..., .. ,,,,,,, ,, ,r itL,. i ; n ly -- --
..... ... Ib.: .. ,i t ir ,j ., .-t- ,: u .'. L .f.l .' L '.i; l i A i .
,uto m e .ilip i ,rl i w e r ii | hmid ,n, ,r 'ir ,2* 'a el .te, j ,i a ,,b it- M ,i f l..f i .. ... -h a i
fvrifldrct ,.ir ot, i, h r '

I, o l r.-h co:d ioD r p.. ariu l .aly lt ut, _7.- ... r.. .l, .... i .n r l, ..i ... i+ ';,ll.a..-,, .:dIn, r.. r.up

i.[ ,&+ IItu,,.. ,', .it _-I- late at night, being very much I'.l,'uaiuJ,
U. S Coast-sutvey Officers with their ac- he fell asleep ad had the follotwi.ri'ti-,:.
customed liberality, were dispensing their as related by himself:- I i"e ',

favors in all direcItquis. Pitorssoi, SIMPSON'S 0AUBsric.-Tle '"At a late ho:uz last night, as i' T.;- "i-
We olthe cold North were particularly new caustic recently introduced I-,-] T* -. ,f t 1 ,,;. I .. I;;..l -.t
sor Sim pson; of E dinburg, (. ,1 4- a..". .. ....... ...iti ....I 1-". :d.A,*, ':,
struck bythe universal warmt.heartedness ounce of highly diied, sulphate of zinc, ....... ,n. I..... '.L....,,1., m.
of the "dark-eyed daughters of the South," mixed with a drachm .:.f.i_:1ir. p aud 4p I was mor, annoyed, as I had give
as exhibited. noti nly to us personally but plied as a paste to th..i .,...- 1 ..r, It strict orders to- ... .. i, that I. should
to all with whom. they came in contact, quickly rid,]'es- it .:.i., ..] 1. p- on no account be od..iSecd.
d t s Gd bs t l we a plications v,, .J1ib..t-I, L ..... I a *." ..ia "The manner, in which he entered-'
and thewords God bls the ladies, we ae cure. One great advantage which this perfectly self-possessed-taking a t op
sure, arose to the lips of more than one in caustic is said to possess lh.; it sacts only positc mie-a without a word, no sa!tmyuon-
the assembly. "This *world would be a h ipon parts denuded of '. .- therefore -, .. l..., -'I oughh my roop a nd al
lonely place if we were left without'em," the fingers are free from its influence. It -1,11h1 O.f'. ,,.. J I im, e tedl i-il muQ a."
as says the poet, is as true as when it was has been successfully used by the h eman much surprise as ndigna,.. A. I ed,,
written, and will alurgeon, bt w question it it will rove my hed to look at i, a .... I *.. my.
witten, and will always continue so. rom sufficiently powerlulforveteinary purt. es,. shaded lamp, I d.,. ,.l l w
the North to the South we have found the Of the efficacy ofthe chlorpibe of zinc we can -s, T.l in -, Sin cloj whicL, completely.
ladies foremost in every good work." We confidently speak.-Veterinarian., .,..' L_ ,. I, ... fro% mny view, Bud, as
understand that the fair was still more of *-.f raisean my head, he anoke:- h
success than was anticipated, realizing, TP.APPINe A TIGER.-Ai s ingeniouaimode dVlat are you .; -.. .h.a.. .sh
with afev donations, nearly four hundred cof tier kill n is that, v- i epyed a p in n a t ir L .... ...I hi,
by the natives of a ude.-.tigata'r a 0551it.i a i"Temnne in wfirs ch h, o en, t hied

dollars; and had it been continued, would number of the broad leaves oft he prauss iuvoluntarly- .'.I am drawing upa -.1e. '..r
probably have realized more than any ever tree, which much reseulmbles the sycamore, the dissolution of the AXmerican ... '.:
held in this Ancient City. Again we say and having well besmeared them with a ... .- ..t., r. ,i..h ,,. tuy .,.d.J..,
"God bless the ladies. Long may they kind ofbirdliue, they sre \xy them ii the o n i.. i
anial's way, taking care to lay the w :i Ih ri will yom
wave nd w:them prepared side i....... *i Let a tie' r alloy hie.a to look at yt>..r right hand?

S .. but put hispaw on i .... .. ,i .. in ocent- .i. ... .1. a ],.. Y. s.. ,.. ..,l'..I,
s1 Mr. T s T.RUSS .0s looking leaves, alp .r I v r.. is satpedr a'. Is e L.i I -- .. .'. I .. ea
thanks for some very fine Lemons, grown ,uding the leaf stick to his paw, he shlks eld rr 1 w ....... '
at is plantation on twheSt. John's t River. it, in order to rid himself of the uni 'As though 1 had power treist,
More finely flavored and well grown peci- and find inl that plan u: y....,my. S. t C r. l l ,i
mensof this valuable and refreshing fruli.t sh v j r ..
wpohaveblarely serealize mr than e te w hi ., rmIb i_,,: ., t. doll titi o ,. 1.\ n i .a .
We have rarelysen.; Beu : :. 1
-- E M S- oca JO AL-----" 0 'have the eyelids together, .. I .. r It wa
prohaily trAoaden rsyojadhvigw l b et.r theta w a I,. ii .... ,. ',,',. ,"' .1' tu i...
the first Nunmber for 1860. Its contents Lrea clleruA leaves,h ad, is be\derd wit'` i '.' frInor f te Ii..u r i rvouijn. Attu .
commends it tothe attention of every farmer the novel inconvenie e ; then le rolls or 1,-. .ty haud for a moment, looking
and stock-grower, as it is devoted to t th the ground, and rubs his head and facy e OL t tme, le said, in n quiet way :
n proven oi It is the earth, i e his efforts to ge t free. By i.. ..1 with this right hand, rSoato.
published mon t 25 Park ow Nw doing heonyadds lsh rdn:e to'his fronuSouth Carolina, you wo.d ,n your.
"" oned"ar per Park ; h eow head body, ad lir, .. ,..iti. .,s his t -. a paper dehlarng the Union d:i.-,
Y o rk a t o n e do l la r p e r y e a r; a n d e ach i i r,,, _. r _, i ", ,,,' [, I a n d ,-, 1. J *
number contains 32 large octavo pages :, .i.. .. I l.oodainking himself son "X. d' ,-1 I, if a certain .contingency
handsomely illustrated The engravings of thoroughly vith leaves and birdlime, that arises 0' this mnI int a blau,
the Improved Kentucky Sheep and other he lies floundering on the ground, -... .. 'I1. ia appeared on the back of my hand; I
the /up the earth with his claws, uttering I. I -. I QSee it even now.. i "What is that!
animals, in the number before s, are well of r and dismay, nd exhausted by the ri a, why that black spot o.
worth the subscription price. ... ..... ;, which he has been so my ...
t rto ne n ... h 11,. cries are a signal to "i*Thait said lie, droppini- my hand, 'is
The Treaty with t exico.f thevauthors of his nv isery, who run to the hee miak by which ,'... a i..ri Arnold ik.
WAestlok TON, Feb. 12.-Senor Ocam- t spot, armed with guis, bows bows, and spears, knoI the next worl ,!'
po, Mexican Minister of Foreign affairs, and find no difficulty in despatching their "B-le sald- no more, buw drew frion benenatth
is expected here, via. Havana and Charles- blind and wearied foe.-Rlouitledel's lus.- his cloan, an object ,hiuhb he placed 'uipoi
ton, to consult our government in regard to treated lNtural nHistory. the table, on the very paper'on which I hlha
the I e.: i,. 3,, r... ..,1 ,ly in relation -----o p---- beqn wrig-ing. The object, gentlemen, wa
to'l ......... .r. ,. ....... A Shepherd's Dog. a skeleton!
In the Senate, a committee was ready to A friend of ours who owns a large ataeh '' t'hre,''> id he, with emphasis, 'there
report on i K i.. a .tu ckt week, but wherin ,e l r.g e g ouns of, ap lsatellacnewho was hung
wiht of0som Republiau votes to effect and several hundred, headof sheep, is the ,,e British in 'Charl s o l ,i gave h uis
t pasae. fortunate possessor o p of the best dogs life establish the Uio And w n you
Itis reported tha4i Senator Hammond, in this State. The, "r:..... r creature sign your natup ton ..i .i; .... .if dissulu-.
of S. C., and she Texas Senators are not was brought up aniong the shep, n tquish- ui., ,",/ as ... I I,.. bones of
yet prepare to vot on the treaty. Their upon ewes' nilk, his whole life bing .. ..i lbetre you. le wasa o1th '
hesitationaii cuscd b' the question as tu d uo e i, hs h, f gCarolinian, an' so are yon,; but 'no blotch ,
whether the Constitutional party is, de possed-wih the flock and devoted tq its was o his hand.' ?
facto, the government of Mexico. defence. He has been taught to open and "With these words he, left the room. I,
------ shut the fuld into which they are driven at started from th contact with the dead
e,. The receipts into the U. S. Treasu- night, and he cares for them n ,ith a'te man's bnes had awoko! 0.... ... t.,
ry for the quarter ending' with ccr, ll ce a lab or, Lhad fallen asleep and b... g n1. l ,...
Ithe frou. ustoeas itrly V1,0w,0,a 00; aparento, thougrteofu ss that a hurmau eri- ..",
t.. ...n ". oider thwe et h .. .' ,ture oould display. In the modingh i'hep Mqainy osth it. h er instant ese iht ... l .-;.,
I '; Theaggrega the flock is div'en to the field, he goes show tiatsome ofthenosimportanevents
t tih receipts hrom othra sources, i".nn,, iniwith it, selects some commadin place, to main that y ave occurred since order was
T-, .: C], f the e same period were, and watches tloe sheep during'the whole '" i r-,,' i I i ... e. ,,,;,.
y tpep" "o vote otithertv Tho day,'driving ug the stnruglers ,and allow- i..h. W. .. r ..,u .. i aye.. s.. .. Ia .
NEw ORLEANS February 11.-The ing no one butt those with whuti he is ac- C......i. i s.a o. r .y. ... u I ,h
steamship Arizona, frLom Indianola and quainted to approach them. Should an dream of Calhoun's have a happy influence,
Brazos Santiago, has arrived. She brings ewe drop a lamb and pass, on witl the herd on the perpetuity of our glfihiourand, hap
intelligouce from Brownsville to the 5th without noticing it, as she sometimes will, rUni'on.? .r o
iV5 At+ he has been known to take it up, and ear- TrE EN otA.UE w }O S.--s. snq.
SA courier, despatchedp by Col. Ford to trying. it after her, compel her to take care curious experimc aui have been ,,,, .
Major Heintzreah, reports that the Amer- of it., At night he drives the s ieep ia t, the Veterinary shop at Alfort by ord- rf ,
lcan steamer anche was fired into thirty n, fastens the door after him, andseat- he sister i Wary,a to, isecrtain the oen-
miles above Brownsville by Mexicans bear- pin :,,. 4e the ir midst. 1 hi ..hsea durance of horses, as in a beaeged town,.
ing a Mexican ag. Several shots er thoeu .l -. "In thne fur example: o It appears tha st*a hore wil
fired, and some passed through the steeam- asie's the -door, drives out his charge to l e i o te nifes aporitent ,
or. Subsequently the, Mexicas fired on the pasture, and keeps watel and ward un- lon water ale five nd twemy days;,
Col. Ford's company of rangers from the tis odht os 'ta su aitful is he seventeen days without eating or drink-
tiat his master frequently absents himself inng; only five days if' fed but unwatered;
Mexican side of the rive, and dangerously from the ranch for days together, with per- te days if fd and nsuficiently watered.
wounded one of lhis men,. Col. Ford re- feet reliance upon his dog, to find all sa anhfe l ys ielt i water for three days,
turned thcir fire, and crossed over into the when he returns.-- (C'uliurni a 1it er. hord n t eptotnut water ir thro e dad y
'i in ... drank 101 pounds of water in three riln-.
ican teriy i urst. S. Louis, February ll.-Accountsifrom utos. It was found too, that a horse take,
Capt. Stonman's dragoons have be en Pike's Peak to the 3d inst, rpurt an out- aitcr being fed and kept in the active exer-
reinforced, arid now number two hundred rieak at Denver City by the jumpers of cise of the hr..u .. i,...i." completely,

The people ofMatamoras continue, as private claims a-instthe citizens. Serious digested its ".. Ir... hours; in the
formerly, to sympathi e with Cortinas and :...,I re feared, as the former threaten to food was two.thirds die stod and if keip-
his band of maraudcas, burn in retaliation for theirospu d- perfectly quiet in a stable, digestion wAs.-
War is considered i-nveitable. sion. scarcely commenced in three lhuurs.




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HWateorolokcinl Observations. 4 GM* MM'dmitS Iftel SEMINARY, fr( ia state Lot tCT TAX COLLECTOf'S SAE.f
moei;Z- a.otregia Oster o M teoooions.lNo. 6.51. N1erehants' Hotel, ...... Sholude hecrcfGeorgia Stale Lottery. ILI,L be sold .r-.1..... I-a1&vit, A,
-- f? -!. ,,t!,i re.ister of e~t.eowological 1W. The. School underl ,he c^ ^ ^rIe U U olfe J~ii. ^l .,,,: r,,M. -.
obs .tis, for a r 6 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. CORNER OP KIlNG "N C 1_TB ,L,.'. '. MissDEes Mather & Brown willopen ON THE PLAN OF THE Wc guslnext, ......h. ... ... ir
observations, for Jauury, 1860, fnish- OAND SOCIETY 'oV oil Thursday the 130h of October I city St. Augustin', i...I |i-,ag .. i'T'--".-i .r
edby Dr. MA\URAN, Observer for the Smith- STATES. STREETS, ....... .-. of ton months. Instructions will lftoyl HaVana LOttery, so much thereof al illpaytheState andcounty
,sminIstttin T .b ivninEgill (nldighihrMats- ..Taxes and exessdetrok for the year
in Institution. TN purstance of law, I JAMES BUCIIANAN, CHARLESTON given in li incl igher M t he- --For the benefit of the--- 159,byatheheirsof Mrs. Lawrene to wit.
--- JPresident ef'the United States of America, CHAR/LESTON, S. 1l ,:. .:-, L...--I inch and 1musc.
",-----f'-d-hePrsident of the United States of Americ, C R T C I.'..'. y 23,1859 MONTICELLO the undivided half of a tract of land situated on
Amount do hereby dlare and make known that pu t he North river about 16 mile' -North of St.
Thermometer in Directioof I rain in liac saleswill be held at the undermentioned K EROSENE I U IONACADEMY,Augusline, bounded on the North by tracts of
Iinchs andoen d oflices.inf the State of Florida, atthe r !JASPER COU.NTY, OEOKGIAE Hannah Smith, F. P. Sanchez arid public lands,
.p- -t t -, i, 1 per.ds hereinafter designed, to wit: .. B. NXON, ,, PROPrIETI(' THENEW YORK KEROSENE OIL CO. Ahre b p A o J East and Went by apublie lands, and South by
V. .. .5. f... 20IE andjaPROPRIgtET"Rh
"__ "__ -__ "___ --I_' "* ." ". .I l.' ,... :.w I I. ._ oud111.1 _iIY y N OI Authorized by Special Act of Legislature tract of Leonardy ad t publielards. Being sec.
I I| I .- .. .` f- t, h e disp s al of ( ih e cn i an d f T 1 iet h avi n lt. .. .. .. n o u (ES B... l... 8 5 4. ) PT. m oIe n m en t sur y P R I Z E S ont aO EgSh8of.T .
I ,. l I u l .d ,tiIro ds lIt ou h i n ILem twJhsv orite 1, 10' a0s w s 1 wo be a e "An o uin ab 1 ..,lv de great im rov e- O R E T H Aa r s. T e O NlE PlI Z E T O y .A,. OG it raithbeeof.Tax.
. .000 oilt w at, ofoEc ail, and1 ma, many .... wlich will add. to its A REDUCED PRICE. EVERY TWO' TICKETS. Jan. 7 0r & colector St Jon County.
,. '" "* ;N -" -l l 000 ornear Pensac and4 "roml sa P l.. .l.o comfort as a home. and as public resort. He The attention of customers is respectfully
..I i: NI !:0 I -f3 141 I...' I ", II'i fsurt Iha, ed. h .,82,PRt IZ e & 0. managers. X .

1 r; E NE a minim : of two dlolla adjifty or .....tauee, to.r..dcr t r .jour..t the I sq:, of New York, Chemist, ad dat ed Feb 3, To be 'rawn in' public under tl,: ...... uperin-
S..I...........II. .which to:"O, 0In0(hrHAN.SI...tendenceI.of two Comnmissioners, appointed ,for .. ru
9 "e .te d t NE e0000 orth o J s li eand w est of tix I ensp r e.... ,..ell ..[.i k ... .. I "'"'sof !'- in the I 1-.. ... "... ,. I
- '-}0o '. ,: ... ]' IN E Nl0.000 a ntmridlan, ." . .. S .. .... ".fS"a.ra.inn l G eonp.rgia "**: "* *' '**'*"'* '* *..i' i t." t *U7
- *11l .',',. : .' : ,.r,' NE NE, oooo'" "*, ., u.'..i.. t, 1 ,,i' ;'**., City of aaa, iinain G o rgi .ii. ., n ,!i i;, ,,ici.ii,
2 "l .. NE 0N 0o0 Townships 1 r_,, ..fT. r. l I ,th r u hl -. MIATERIA .. LAM-P. An d -. ..- ti, .. .. I D O .,.' .. .. lT ..
-* 1 ; _01 .1"10' i T ow n st u p s 1. .. ,.,J o ... .. r "
^^ It8 Sw 0.00 -r p I." ; 'I'OCI SIOUSE a. CAPITAL PRIZE *;.-_^ .^
S8 8, 14 "1, \ ,0,000. 0 '0 'nI,.... ,., ., r..h.iM.CUD PRICE. Asessor'& Co]l" t S."s--

*. N i J "" "-"l ls' tofiea te r s o1 a ,t- ... .. n *K- K.... -- I. 1:nc.. I1t.s r+. s- ,
L: ::.r "., W- i e Et...... "L ,IeRS.",1. .
.I P ` a I '.0 0 j i~ ~ ,, 1 '.1 !.1 i c l,r nib o r s u re. h i t h a t c a l ledt o t h e u bjo t e d t b l h e r i o f g ,

+ I. .1....... 11,X;. ," ,. lie, p artof ',... .. .,eT ic.s oUR Ty A. E- .....
'.t 1 ,"NL .r- ..r C:...:.- .., ., -. .. b t I -. ." .'- S.PO ` "" -O t_ . n t_-..I. -1in I 1 1. ...... .. .. .. .

69,, 64 '57 1..N. ,. I 0 100 t dr. iI ,,,,,,, ... r- ,-- ". I n, ,, h, i t .......... ., s,. j.r .t ,te ,'- n f ,,h ,r _'li b d a h p lrd [un -- T a x I 7Sa e. .
I 0.0-'"/ -I -. ,L,,,....D" -E"CHANTl -, ."PROPORTION ".
.. l J .........-58... .. ..S, .... ..... .. ... ... ... ......... ,. .- "- -.T x C oi l c to r S le ,
;.' ,'' ." '.' 1 '.' I ..;.' .. T i ,I -. .. -" i. I ., ,i .. ..... .. bas f T O L C _i. "l w.1s SA T R D A l i ... 11 .... I ... ,.. ... .y
"' ,, ToIship ,2,' 5, a .t .... i 5, l.. .... .I..,l l .ea e -pply=to I N J ._N I .- 1860. A ,ti .... ".. 1, ; i
'." I f "R NE 0.0 0 I To pal 2,8, 4, ,ad ofr, n,,Iges-0, 1. W. SNOW, Tocoi ,la, | U. ,.... ...... ... t '"aI- .. .. .." .I.
.' I Il I ., I "'"..-."'r-.,o a a .CITY OP SAVAiN AIAH, GEORGIA. t ., L i. -1 L ,-.,-, ..L .I
M Al a.. Alm RANCEM E, NTii. South of t'e hase li at west ofthe ri- To the P/4ysicians of the .Southern States 2.435 -1 00 '4 10 Class 53, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 1860. a .,.,_: .* ';.,.... .. -.
NEW SCEDULE WOLFE'S GENUINE COGNAC BRANDY, 1.9 4 85 Class I4; .to be Drawn Jan. 14, 1800... .a .
12 E W' I-l', -I E %k LNE 00 0 ,I .I I M T RA. L M 5 ,a Ti hls ..], -f1.7ir1 -.." I I \ ,i, I -,I!. ,,:h.OI.:tin ,.r..-%

Northe Mail sThursdays at 8 A. I, ioof ranges 1 aug WOLFE'S GENUINE PORT WINE,; 1 0 Class 55, to be Drawn Jan. 21; 1800. Tae Asaesfor & ,, rt
rand S:Mlud ss at8 rP;. a A Townships I, a, -l. 1 ., WOLE'Si ENTINE MADEIBAWINE4 2 70 Class 50, to be Drawn Jan. 28, 1860. .s l for the -t 1-
Ia IId SAtdys g, 976 6 .'. ,TIwash;ps, ,, *,`.. ..I.,,11'..... -,, 850 2 25. 26 47

Southern Mail closes on Saturdays at 8 A. Q. Townships I alnd ..... WOLFES GENUINE SHERRY WINE. 300 87 29 00 On the Plan of Single I.mberS P. B. DUCiA. 0-,. r,.
Northern' Mail is due on TIiirsdayd and So- North of the {ase line and east of the prns- I am now ., ....L'i i. l.11 pure Cog- Nov. 5. "
Surdays by 12 P.M. "pial ... nae randy, ...... r, ,..edical and Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or Fifty ThouSadil Tickets! rx ,I Southern M7, il 8s d we on Sundys at 5 P. M. To +i'-lp 2, o.Trange 1. no d e rs t l ae a ur Gin witi ph -ii Z,- .\ tos L L. J.,.. the C os e d oo
... ... .*.... .. Tow shirs- 1 and 2, of rageI s 2, ; 4, 5, 6, i cl na e i3 e et, N.Y. 1 0, is i p erty
it ,, ,. .., ,,, ,, ..... 8 nd Schi.d: Sc11L pps,, and to drive out.of the 93 P I 1 .0,000 is 10,000 ". Ing Yopery, I o
'x.1 hi disposal, desjies to fing pupils in to.. Townsh; p ], of ranges 11 and 1-. market the pernicious compound .sold as Gin Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man- 1 10.o is ,000 .. tl'.... .' ." 1 pay the State and
French, German or Spanish -lagages, or fIe South of the base line and east of the ri- throughoIt t ihe country, led manyleading drug, nfacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole- 1 5 s 5,00 county taxes a I .._.: .. ,L,', .- for th
SClassic. ". Nm r gists, apo1lhec ries and medical men, for some .' ., . ,.... ,. ... I _.,. ,. 14 2, 0 00 ." y 1 -'., ,. *:. I ... .i.ui. .:, to wit;
s I ... .- years past, to solicit ine to pursue the sime .. i i .. .... .. .. -. ,. ,,, i. .' 1 ,000 is 2,000 ,S1 ,, bou e o ., .0Ir of Newd
leasee address .. B. through tis office or te Township 1, of ranges 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, course in regard to the article of Brandy. I .' B.-KEROSENE is the trade- 1 1 is 2,500 Smyrna, bounded North By Orimond's lands
P1 Office. and 9. should have complied wilh tliese requests from mark of t]he Keroscue Oil Co., and all 1 1,100 1,100 South by Dummettss, East by the river,West by
.. % ... .. Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 10 and 11. all q .. .. .. l.,t was detered from it Ato e d a t 1,00 as ,00 public lands.
-l i. I. At the land office at e, ansville, commenc- by i i ,, ...-.. a the 0xorbitan.ricet 'I 's s-ae g s s- Ie 5,0 are 5 000. T,-.L T rT,.,,E.
-I -r I., [n Frn v, w e Calluponthesh--t-.. a.r .,`ad -,/- -rt, ,J1 oils. A,_.0 are I"0a0;..., -.- rd..= ,..,: .,...., ,-....4i

HI. RTYi cl., .I. 1,, i wll apply te the ing on Monday, the fifth day of March next, for of lheSqdyi France, copsequeU upon the s 0ort- o. om 2 400 are 800 ^ s .. ...,-... .....
Judge of Probate of St. J. lhns bounty for the disposal of the vacant 'lands i the even- was of th gan e ropf or n ome y rt heimpOt. 1 .__________t n ., ,. 600 i h. , l .., i. i ..t ..,i ...o -
".-'nu .... to sell certain personal Estate of numbered sections and parts ,if sections, within wies B chance of my beont ; able to import the T' H"E PAR ., ",. 400 ,Cl '.I,.. .
r.. .,,1 Robel t Mickler, (infants. the nndcrmentioned .. I.:,... which rem in choicest B'udy. bottle it and sell it at mode ., 150 are 7,500 i i. -..\,;-.w
J *,ll."-i- t' to gh Unite ates .,1 les on e' t W h e c c I I l t.| E 0 n 100 are Fot at0 ---r m .-- g' or -
4-'- V! I.I.. ... ..tto.. 'li- 'ISl- .11. :" S~ LL

S,f ......-........... i ...... sieof tlhe.. atlroadsa ..... St. John's rvr .....t i"1rtIiebst and previous year and thE prospect lqlf ..llHlUf IUjili(' .'^, tAI f.IMTd Plr-..H .11 lOO a,+ h006
.2'.* 4A.-- "-.. .5 .la, -onvi0 le t waters of E1abbiatbayat for s) 1as ab.nd lt, add pice .t i PR[A'I iO II ZhS ., r.r,.,- ,.,
'_ *' N O 'I [ l: E or niear Pensacola ;" a nd~ "ff'om A m elia island, ba v.e fallen to the standard of" ten years ago.-- -l ^ i4 e of ^,200 approxim ating to "' *s "' **'-* I in c a ce i
I ... i .. tlanti, to the waters of ampa bay, The duty o B randy is also seventy per cent A L, ,,,,,. are 00 athan Cobb. Ir .
.rr" .J .. raiheh $o Cedar Key, oh t te Gulf' of fow 3r, ni I xp to nw mde ir,'l'n,4m n sm | II r.t ,,. 150+r approx aimatig to60 iteI aDee fteH ncuto

. ; .... '. .. ... ..a. o highest rep ot s, an; am ;c u rl r e iving .n... .0 0ri es oft 100 approxim ating to 0 C han e ry, lol the Circu it e uo the E a st-
... as' .. ... Co- -- 4 Prizes of 80 approximation .t.. .,. ,,. "" -. I- Cru flo Io
i Z4., .;. i.. 4 1-7. v 'I'd, C gmA. -Er andy Lt.-. h 1-b,000 "riLeIare 40I ern

,, L', i tu t1 ..,',',' .y .' ... C of the rtn- gnan urandm 1 I 1.. .. 1 '- thb is -4,)00 prize are .I .. 1 '1 .. .. i -. ; of i ...... ,,
LW e,' I .,...... i. .. "" ,, ,,, a"id c1 ... .... i .- i, l Ofllces-237" BRKOAD W AF, and 8 Orizes of r. ... i.. -.-......"r7. l_ ... i, _.... A I ."".. i anary l860, at 1-2
~- ---4 -- .- . .. L 1 1 -Ii .1I. I .. I 11 ,. "0"0 ,,, I-i ', .1- I I 1 ..'.r Oi..., ,. I l.
U. S MA-,.. AL ..L7 ,,,. ,; 2, orange 11. .,,. I..... .. .... r, ., 50 A Lr STREET. 8 Prizes of 50 approximating to '' 4' ."-" "- "- : .
7 Y v.IIe of two Executions issued out o r. l ,'.i ,, -i aud 3, of range 12. i a l.1. lli ,i .... .. h 2.000 prize are 400 i '. : i f i .-,
S Ithe Unied States District Court for the I', li_ 2. 3, 13, 14, an7d 15, of range bccn a atter of universal complaint, that a 8 Prizes of 40 approximating to +_.., ..t'- -"S, :J .J thereunto beloug-
Korthern District of Florida, ond directed l bottle of pure, unmixed FrP loh Brandy, was This Company Instr< _1...Il..i-,a. Merchan- 1,500 prize are 82 ing .. ... ::: ,,,......,.
ga!in FraLnis tri-ler of. i ", ,,'St. Augus- Towuships I, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, nd 15, ofrange very diffircolt to obtain, and the purchaser, nine dise, Ships, and their C ,. -: ., !'..r. House- 8 Prizes of 30 approximating to r ... ,- ." "". purchase mo-
inJ, I L-v.* h.-i-in upon .. ii '.i blic 14. times in ton, was deceived with a vile inannfac- hold Furniture, and Personal Property 1,10 prize are 240 hey to be paid in cash on the day of sale, and
ouicr~v .. i" U.eS .. I, ,;. this Townships 2, 3, 4-, 12, 18, 14, and 1.3, of tired imnittion. (1falL description s of-ardnt r a t. 4001 zes 20 approximating to0 the balance one ad two years, with interest
.itv L-f S4. i.ui-t!ie ,, l. in range 15. spirits, iandy, frlom its hig', 1-11. [I been r-' i, "AKBR, President. ]u prize are 8,000 on dT e bond and security.' -The tite tobe wth
....-- 4T: I .. _I

1. r ..' ;-* .'<. f l wing l dpwcribed Townships 2, j!, 4, 11, 12, 13, and 14, of the one article that m ixers ... 4 r have JUOiN BODINE, Vice President. 25,000 Prizes of 10 are........... 250,000 ..- i ..i i"'" r. l ..... .. i *..
.r-' ', ievied u'_i..n pre- range 1 tu ed l ir, alttn iun to, and nillious of gal- W M. JAF AlY, Secretary. -- ,.. ,. '. ... l ,, the first
i" i. I I I :.ns coult, viz: Townships 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, and 13, of Ions of the so-called French Brand- have been -EO -. R F- IR_ I A7KS 3 ,828 a'nting to....... 366,04 ,, *... .
.. .,I,,,.1. -tI.. :- .. 1,7 ,.re s e ntIof

\ '. ', ... i hurlotte Stiy ee in the range 17. scattered annually tCrough the lind, and have s s *
city of Sl Au u:uine 'own~ships 2, ., 4, 10, 11, aud 12, of range been the primary caube of naurdcls, suicides, Agent, St. Augustine, c.I" -, *." l .86.* .. -' %" Jreh 180.
k1 -,v 1 C, ,otl. IS. cruelies and crimes, and have sent t .ho sands June W.l.i ckets ., ,a h s $5, : t, 0 e .,
I ....................... z -.

lA i Iop aud 1.,,: in I .... 1 ... i ,.ownships 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9, f 'anges 10 and to an early grave, sel-destroyers, from delirum TOYS! TO S ,a (l0. L ....
N. by ,: 1 i, E. hy a ..... .., i. 20. tremens, mania-a-potn and horrors, names in- A large variety of Toys for the Holidays.
Dup ,itn hby a'lot of Mrs. Foster. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and, 9, of known, until unprincipled en began to make Nov. 12 T. NELSON -- *, :dec
5.i "'eres l,;id in 12 mile Swa'p, known as ranges 21 and 22. l maddening compounds and sell it as the pure.D PLAN OF LOTTERY 'SHERIFFS SALE .
_?pln GeU:otIl.y s. IowishipIs 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, and 7, of range French Brandy. O e, i 'The numbers from. 1 to 50,0U0 corresponding o si .. ...if
]i'l Acresof lnd more olesson North River '2S The virtues of pure Frogh lirandy need not. tl A wth those numbers on the tickets printed on T)ls nirtoe oR sundry executions issued out of
S2.' s,. Shell BIIuf. T.wnships 1, I and 4, of range 24. be told by me. They are .kn.w ,...i FROM separate slips of paper, are encircled with small. 1) the Circuit court for the county of St.,
i Acr'c .f La!d on Pelieicr's Creek for- At the land ,,_.. nt St. Augustine, cor- the world s a medicine or iild ... ...i. tin tubes and placedin one wheel. Johns Eastern Circuit of Flofida to me directed
.. .., ,, .hE irs'I7PSiNOsWl lo rinedaFla .:,=,, tI ,.9., !-,t ,, ,t jcounty ,Iha

r(.l li ,."... i.. i i,,* '*"d7, the Iw'n6ty-sev..nth day is, as the French nation poetically call it "Eau PICOLATA 0 ST. A S I E. The firs Prizes, similarly printed and en ..: .. t I conty, I have
S .. i lor the disposalof the vacant de vie," the water of life, But this applies circled, are placed in another wheel. : r, i .11 i i -.lic sale before
..... .... arshal. 'ands in t} in ..he ..n- bered s i nd parts of to it.oo ly wlo en pure and u.adulterate' Man- T le i* h e The wheels are then revolved, an. ..n. br .. .. .. .r. ... of St. Augus-
... Depmy. sections, within tl. e under mentioned townships, ufaIitured with'edients that make l l i is dra nfro th. wheel ..,.. the -' of .
S, c remain to th United States, i in-six a ood imitation, it becomes a death drink to same time a Prize is d i 1 i .eel .1 .. ie .. -
--- -*: __ _______ miles on each side (jC lie railroads "front St. innocent twns of thousands of our race. T1.o, our Horse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Light o s m bears, and at the E .... .. .wtg ...t. isl ***e d.o
't., Of t1I bae hica dWet t/thprl~r ll rofC CNumbes)3, SA V1nd at iTnAhe .-.,,., is it ,i .I ,.,.
it = a. .I...."mon .;...' : ".W"g1. .I.. P, ... .iiin g-w. iLL -.. .. a

.9i W fi- S S John's river, at ,hackltuiville, to the watcl's of remedy a fearful evil, I hav, commenced ia- Wagons, all connecting with the several drawn from the theirr wheel. The number and A House an. Lot m Ciharlotte street in the
.Sa 6 O E EL. Iscembia bay, at or near Pensacola;" and porting Brandy, bottling it, and selling it as CHARESTON and 1.. '.. u ...,i i" .. .,i exhibited to the city of St. Augustine,
*i "from Amelia islman, an the Atlantic, to the 'Wolfe's genuine Cognac Brandy." I am 1 .* ,., i -Commisioners; Known as Cilty Hotel.
NE 4 i- i waters of Tampa bay, ilih a branch to Cedar daily receiving orders from the druggists and S.AVANNAH SteamorS. the Prize being placed against the Number A vouse and Lot in Picolata street bounded
l AllH'S leUS t FfSa,. Key, in the Gulf at Meico;" subject, as re- ,, .1 .. ...... ..1. .nrts of the Union, to sell it Conveyances always .in readiness awaiting ar- drawn. This operationis repeated until the N. by said street, E, by Lot formerly of Cor.e-
,' 1 I 1. a minimtum of two dollar's and ".... ..1. .1. i ."l .... rivals. Distace 18 miles; Time, 8 hours. prizes are drawn out. lius Dupont, W. by Lot of M& '. C. Foster.
_BI'MFFINGTQo-T, hRQPRIETOR. vi.a; UDOLPHO WOLFE, -Io-- Approxilmation Prizes.-The two 500 Acres Land 12 mile stwamp known as
Sh oft bseliau cast ofteri- No. 22 Beaver Street, No.v York. \.,; ,I .,1. ,,... : from Charleston twice preceeding.and the two succeeding Numbers to John Giaopoly's. ,
lad ,T o. h ss OT aL'A sD I..Tow nsip-, 2,^.. .1. i.i N -- irl.eans: E.J. Wlart & I -L ..' I. ia Savannah. Caroli- those drawing the first Pri 2es will be enti- 121 Acres Land North River known as Shell
j ;, -- ''[ [I T LASS IuIO TIEL (:e n )li (((( CC . ., J. T. M oore & Co. na direct. tied to the .148 Approximation Prizes. For e.x- Bluff. 5
So SaTownshits 1 aad sa of 8n2.I Nov. 19 8m snd Say. ... .1- '. I n t..e...-1 ample: ao in .. 11250 draws the N s50,0'0 131 Acres Land, PPllicer's Creek, formerly of
.c---=- e n .. ,. .. ToSa nshil o 1 o and ,U i ranges24,2 % d I ir t now..... l.... .. i .i. .. i 1 .. 1r 1, 11252 will ea,, nm be ried 248 11,o og b e s t n ity Saw Mckl.
a I"" L -' ..-. '". Ticket No 550 d.ra-s the $15,000 .. 1. 9 The above sale is postponed until la
'r ., j,, .I ". '"*' South vlftee 'ase line altelast of the pi,- T)Y virtbe of an Execution issued out of th e St. Au.. ... ti ckets numbered 548, 540, 551, 552, will each Decembernext.
S h is fine. ,, 11 ...i. t e cipu2 meran dlte '1 CircuitCourtfor tie counties ofeVolusin and t.-- be entitled to n150, and'so on according to the 1 sale is postponed until tHeio first
r a. I ,,, .1 i :.., ... .. .. .. .d ., i ti da and toI ,,l l ..' Y L A '. above s lht,. *t 1e, i' ;. T ,. i 1 18G0.
.'. T 'Townships 1, 2. and 3, f" ranges 25 nd i, 1 i.. e.i ,i i ..A. i 'William B. -- t h. e i- '- J, ,. I. postponed until the firs
.. Lands ppr riaed by law for there use of .. .i wie, have I Certi.crtS Of lae4a es 0 be in March next, by consent. tow;
Clasl s ic as & H schools, military, and ot.r purpoo .... levied upon and will expose for sale at Susanl. n St. Johl s co.. .n..Ity ... ". so.d. ,l e ollowiu' rates ,Bhio.a is -h e risk: Ao. .GE.O,
Switch the "swamp and overflowed" : nah, revard county Florida oa the 1st Monday I A EGO MAN Cr. of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets.. 0 1. i... o,
be. ..1 i i. .1 r of April p8t 0, at the usual hlto ur of sale the fol- I about 50 years of age, of yellow- 2. f P oy0Half ." 30 S" A gustine.y l ...... r,
S T A U dCd s TIs E F L O R ID A a" =, ,, -. .. inTs sof the railroads lowing described land, to wit:- An undivided sti8so ish complexion 5 feet h inchesac B a y 10 Quarter 015 -A--ustnte tr d........ .. ..10
:* '.. + w viilbe s ,I ...i. '.,, ,i ,...; '/ of w ay. grant- interest of F yE T ......and th re e H utnldred and high. Says b .is.... e is Ja ck. Heis cc, th edin +" 1" '.. i -. 7- -** "^ J W a x GSO ^ t
"o: ."sf o:i :; ""I o ",u hr 'd blue boS shpunantaon Jan a ragtdne IN.ORDERING T=' El Ii I.1 ,II t i[-i u, t I i W"OO
g;. ,, ~~~~~~~~~~~ed byae n.t'. ...... ," ,'or said r~tilroad Thirty-tlnreeAcres, .... ,,. ..1. I ,pgrtotfEer-bl o es npatoosadarg um.O IN ED B aTrl1: *.ii1iii-ui* J @ 3^% ] t (w B!
.'' O^ I l and the particular tr- ts 'ut by tleronlts will tain grantof land coa ...,,,_ ,.," acres more cloth jacket M. ,, i, ,, i, i ,n Enclose t ihe nmoi.. J, i b i i, i W
? l,.*:,,_ 1 be sldascontainin the 1; ,..,, orin said Brevard ca.unty granted to Samuel the est e o ...., J .,. .... ordered, on receipt of whichtheywillbeforward- a
Sly shown on the otlicial I".2 .o ... i ... Miles on the 18th day f July 181 3ad canirm- val county. Tb; owner is requested to 0me ed hy first mail. Purchasers can have tickets 50 C.ARTLOTTE ST EET.
,0 1ti5 00.a re 5 ,0 00.T ,I, U QHT,,, I.,et. ah

STEl S I: Tr e offeril of the above lands wi he co T e 'I .. t ned til the 1st forward, pay expenses and take him way. .. .... ...... r.... .... designate am now prepared to offer to my old friends
b "i A.D..ROeEIfOPro.... aud prizesownytfbr eofisosal of the above lands i n the A. of the ga c f s y r t O 15. .Ancient city and St. Johns couty a
Transient Boarde# 8125 por day minced on thl days appointed, and twiti pro.- Monday in May. Sheriff St. Johns County. sent to purchasers immediately after the draw- most splendid assortment of fall and winter dry
raLsient- P ord a 5 er d. cecd in order in which they are ndvcrlised util lie rihove sale is postponed until the first May 28. iwg. goods at very low prices for cash or city at-
ingle ooms, attic, 450 per w'r, the whole shall have been i.fered, and the sales Monday 1.1 June. -._ Purchlasers will please writo their sig- ceptances at sixty and ninety days credit with
Single Rooms, 2d Story, 6 50 thus closed; but no sie shall be kept opcn The aboie sale is postponed until the first 11ORlSl'; 1ADIS1I ROOT, naturesplain, sand give their post.0oice, comuty, approved endorsers. Orders from my country
ui.-",I .i ,' -- !' .." ;11 m, I laces, longer than two weeks, ad o private eiry of Monday in July IVE s ndStale. I friends accompanied with the cas will be
.. i .1iany of the above 1 admitted until The e sale is postponed uttil the first apers, P kles, assorted anps, r. Remember that every prize is drawn promptly attended to with great care and atten-
nftcr the expiration I t..., i vLcks. M onday in Augast. ,.. -... ... M s. k rdah n, nMake el h m, er and- a, .. ,.., .. ... i..F.. R, .,. ,., ,, .. ,;... 1.1 i-, r.... .
=-care. ,:....l,_i': .l r...:.li_-.4i:row'k Given under myhand, atthe city of Wash- Theabovesale is postponed until the first rig e G 'latn Rl. e ..... Salmon, MackerelHer- .,, i .. paidimme ., ... .. .... .. -- ...1 .. 1 .
.. it ; Ii.:al. 4if .....:BT.. E :,ea Pires, ington, th iis fifteenth lday of Novemnber, a ntino Monday i ASep ember next. T Stine. 2r, f )R. I lately after ta drawing-other prizes at. the send me ord i, c ..l- ,,. ,, ,,., i i .
25 cents. Domini one thousand eighlt hundred and fifty- Tie above sales postponed until the first,- usual lime of thirty days. put up with g. '..'.... ,.,. .i-
fr-.t. Good fare and one uniform price "ni. MondaT in October next. IRON PWA IT All communications strictly confidential. .,, .. ...,, Al amount
Dct. 21. By the President: JAMES DU('HANAN. The aibovE sale is postponed until the first N Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to ... i .1 ., ,... ,.. .. twenty dollars
... S. A. SMITH, Commiioner of he Gen.ral Monday in November next. RON Pots, Kettles, Bake Ovens, Spiders, MKINNEY & CO., Savannah, Ga. will be allowed a fi per cent. of, for cash.-
a to,, ALnt n d.,,,,, Office. The above sale is ]ostponed util the first J1 Skillets, Griddles, Watfle Irons, Corn Mills, )j., A list of the numbers that are drawn You h.av. here a list of a few of my large s-
A 4 (U Asa JSotmet NOTICE TO PRE-1PTKIO C Ll*IANTrS. Monday in, Deceir next. .* I*. -c Paus, Smooth Irons, Gridirons 5c from the wheel, with the amount ofthe prize that sorument o' goods.
NOTI*E TO PRE-EPT. LA IATS. The above sale i.s. postponed until the first Jan. 28. B. E. CARR. inch one is entitled, to, will be published after D R Y G 00 O O .
OF Every person entilitled to the right of pro-. monday in Januar nsxl. s ------e \, ;. in the S<.vatnabi Daily r Ne ew, C
1 erption to any -f "the lands within tlhe town- The aboie sale IS postponed -._1.1 the first. jK" Call at the new Store under the M-. i i; consisting of Frenchbrtoad Cloth, Doe sKin Cas-
I A 1 /.'. 1 ." T .hips aIbove enumerated is required to esltb- Monday in. Eebrltry n.x. o b [TT -O simere, Pilot ClotIs,. Satinettsand K. Jean
2 li.-l lie sme lo he satikfaclion of the Register JAMES RUSSELL, somi Lodge apaned by IIERT,, if you W a Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassnners, Ladies Cloth
.ad receiver of the proper luld oice, and Mair. 5. Sherilif Brevard County., wa int cheap a*d prim articlesiu the Gro- A i' sl 0 proxe iesn. ta..... i ..r !|u ';u L 1..
C reeo lk p9..........,,t thlere'or s..s..n... --'etiabo i ery;n Line .n.od Other littleNickaeks, UST reeved 0 fresh supply of Family Gro-r"C, .ita Blfnk t..agro t ersey, Mer.

,l .. ,... of the public -dt r-eINDIAN (UO _cN--c esal" SWINKEY'S Cash Store. ",., l I i [, l;.. .id mi ses Hose, Gents
lsale of lauds embracing tile tracts claimed ; i.... i ;. t ... I drati fro New 'g aOct..1i ,..'.. .,!.. ii.. I. anoy Cloaks, M mourning.
TO Bi A -.II otherwise .such claim will be forfeited. 1 1.... ... I. I. ..... Iner, Provisions T.ARINA, C.rn -*... ( ......, iraam -- 04 r.L8..0...., .... .p... haltfHose,t.trench and.
T. ', S. A. SM ITH, C'miubne Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Buckwheat, -,ssored I_ Crackers, SI2go, 'd .6... ...... ', Yeast .-. I I4 ,0 Spades, Shoels, Corn Mills, English C -. ., .... 1.,. l. J i.
C. I,- -' D e.1,-of the Geera! .,al Ofce. Crackers. B. I.;,I O CAi c- 2a. 1 ....I. Eo B,.0 oda, Urci.nI Tarta n .,,,LI, 1. ll! .-, Curry Combs &c. I I i "- 2
c. .r.. Dec. 10, occ, 17. ..1' ., -. B.. ... .CAR5. W A L R. 8. E. CoA Bo, .. New ". ,
N I~ ~~~ I Thi Copn Inut r .:l l:-.j Madin ln,- -..,.: -- -



St. Aug'ustine, Fla.


.!i m has been leased for a term of
years by num. Bulfing'ton the
trlna ..- former proprietor, of -. i -
,... Jacksonville, who again reVpecL-
i is old friends and the public to
give im a cal l. He will i always be found
i'ealdy to greet them in his usual style.
SJan. 7.



Transiont Boarders, $1 25 per'day.
Single Rooms, attic, 4 50 per w'k.
Sin!t, R:,.cD3,2dSOic7, 650 "
.. .. ... witl fire-places,
eligible situated, will be treated for.
Board, exclusive of rooms,400 per w'k
Extra Meals, 37} cents. Extra Fires,
25 dents.
Sa' ] r,'. .._ ] ..- uniform price.

Merchants' Ht0tel,




The subscriber haying taken the above well
known and favorite Hotel. I. : o.., re-
spectfully to inform the : .. .. .... ... the
-ouse. as well as the trove t.i .
has thoroughly repaired o a I r-"..... i .
and made many changes w.. ', -.,u ..jl r ,
comfort as a home, and as ..i i
would also take occasion .... ,..... t. .
no effort will be spared on the part of himself
.or assistance, to render their sojourn at the
ensant and satisfactory.
BOARD PER DAY, $1.50.,
ct. 15. m

AT TC'.'T ... Iii I, Johns
river E. '' .. open
for the reception of Boardcers.
.-kl o-- This hIotel hns .
'- ... .. '- furnished. It : .. i ,
side of the St. Johns ri-er six miles above Pico-
lata at thlie terminus of the St. Johns Rail Road

I .. _. I .. .- -.. .

Rail Road is completed.
Applicants for board will please apply to
D J. W. SNOW, Tocoi Fla.
Dec. 10 1859. -

B EGS leave to inform the citizens of St. Au-
gustine ,it ... .. .. : i i .
Mourners visitir.: .'. .. ... .. ... i .,
has just receive I ,.. I, .... ..'r i ,, 1
ta.nd. at M rs. .. -,. I ..... ....
ofChab rlotte sti -r. 1 '.L,.i ., i
'IaryLouisa a. il ti. i. i. .. -" I
a well selected ., ,.1 i. ru.n-i ,. .
series, consist _.- "' i I Il
M erino, all .- 1 T F. 1 I I: i.I.. I ,..,
all w ool of I.r. .. .. I 1. 1.. .. I 1 ,
& Co., direct from Fi .' o. I ', .J i. ..
linens, Marsells ah I .11 i. ., '.'.. I.
Calicoes, Do'bages, I ... I .. M ..
Blankets, blue, red andgrey. .. I..rI. r ..-.
square. Misses halfShawls, --. i. -.
Road Cloth, Vesting and ready made clothing,
Ribbons, Velvets ... .: .i s colors
haudes and qufalit;,. i I split and
whole, all Shades -, I i Crochet
Needles, Neck Laces, Glass Beads andRosaries,
Cosmetic Varigated Almond brown Winsor
a ntiile b ransparen' !tsrienry and Gloves
Pi'encih Kid lisle I I silk, Ilose 0Slate,
] t 11 1 white, Misses and Children's
,.r [ e n" I ,; cualI
the attention of llotel a I .. I i his
white Granite
and Earthen Ware, purchased at ilite York
r-tent large trade sales. Ail the above will be
sold a trifle above cost fortcash.
I irost cordially return my most sincere
tlnank'sto rny many sincere friend and numer-
ous ecnstoumers of this Ancient City for Sie lilic-
ral i,atronage bestowed on une for the past firve
'':ars and solicit a continuance of thle snanle. 1
'latter myself thit I will ble able to compete
-,it any other house in the *r-,to h-ivinig mnad.,
the pmr' ncipal part of my j for cash
:n 'I oni account of the large importation thrown
on ihe N: York Market during the summer
Oct: 2 M. DOWNEY.

S- i i. I ill every variety and
S .* atI greatly reduced prices
by I
37 Central street, Boston

I -- I i. *. provede,
gives -,, ,. -t .i ., ... ..,'thanany
other i.-. ... "., ,i i ..., m monufac-
tured. 3m INe.v. 12
LONDON PICKLES, French and English Mus-

American Mustar4
Olives, Raisins,
Cuerranitsa and (Citron
Center Table and Mantle Fluid Lamps
Stationery, Paper, Pens, Ink. Envelopes; &c
For sale by JOIN IV. SWIN'Y.
nov 20

No. 651.
IN pursuance of low, I JAMES BUCHANAN,
President of the United States of America,
do hereby Ueclare and make known that pub-
lic sales will be held at tthe ..- .. .. i
land offices in the State of i 1. .. *' i

on Monday, the twentietlh day of Februairy next,
for the disposal of the vacant lands in the even-
mtobered sections amedjarts of sections, within tlhe
undermentioned townships, which remind to
the United States, within six niles on each
side of the railroads "from St..loJli's river, aL
Jaoeksonviii. 1. waters or'ErDamntbii bay, at
Or near ',". ..i and ''fro]ii Ieosacolia to
the State line i ..... in the direction of
Iontgomery;" .., required hy law, to
i minimum of two dollars andjifly cents per acre,

.V i, -' base 7-....'.. r-o"' of the prin-
cipai i ..I.. *,
Townships 1 and 2, of range 1.
Townships 1. 2, an'd 3, of ranges 2 and 8.
Towuships 2 and 8, of range 4.
Townships 1, 2, 3, and 4, of range 5.
Townslios 2. 8. and 4. of..ranges.6, 7, qnd 0

.. .. .. 4 .. i .... ".i. H and 1 ,
.. 18, 14,

Townships 2, 3, 4, and 5, of ranges 16 and
Townsbipt 2, 8; and 4, of ranges 18, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23, and 24.
Townships 1, 2, 3, apd 4, of range 25.
F .. I.., 1, 2, and 8, on ... "
1 .. '.."1, 2, 3, 5; and i .,,
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, Xr ....
31, and 32.
b .1 Lase line randwest of theprei-
ri/j)tl mer'idiai.
Townships 1, of ranges 1 and 2,
Townships 1 and 2, of range 29.
Townslips 1, 2, and 3, of range 830.
Townships I and 2, of range 31.
NVorth of the base line qand cast of t/7eprin-
qpal m'eridlut.
T-- t-:r 0. r 1.
i. .. *. .. I df ranges 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, 9, und 10.
Township 1, of ranges 11 and 12.
South of te base cast ofthe pri.n-
cipal tcrdiaiun.
Township 1, of ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
and 9..
Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 10 and 11.
At the land office at Newinnsville, comenonec-
ing on Monday, the fifth day of Maroch next, for
the'disposal of the vacant lands in the even-
numnbered sections and parts qf sections, within
the undermentioned townships, which riemin
to the United States, willhi six miles on eachh
side of the roilroIds "'from Sti. Jolin river, at

To the Phfysi'cians of the Southern States.
I am now supplying the trade with pure Cog-
enc Brandy, in bottles, both for medical and
private use. The hnmense success"that has
crowned my efforts to pI ... ..... .... within
the reach of all, under ....... romatio
Schiedain Schnapps, and to drive opt of tieo
market the 'pernicious compound soG1 as Gin
-,, ...,.. i... i ng drug-
.*' ..... ...- ., ... i. foursome
years past, to solicit me to purstLe tim sane
course in- regnrd to the article of Brandy. I
Si i ... i w those requests from
.I .... ....._ but was deter, d from it
by the fact, tlhat owing to t lihe cxorbinnt, price
of Brandy in P,-ranee, consequent upon tlhe oshort-
neops of -I"- 1 crop for seomne years, there
wr,'s no .. my being able to import tce
bottle it and sell it a't mode-
*i .... I t'unately for iTe, the grape crop
i i.. I .w i previous year (and the prospect.
for this) was itbunditant, and prices of Branidy
haie fallen to the standard of ten years ago.-
Ti1 I.,, Brandy is also seventy per cent
... I Ihave now n mae arrangements
Si' i T ..1, l orders in France, of the
i.... i. ... I .l .. regularly receiving con-
,1. ,.., Cognac Brandy, which I
,, .. ,, .. .,.i .... as Wolft's Genuine Co-
i, o TI guarantee with my seal, labels
.. .. ... .' ,, the B r 1 ... a. .3' *
as tlle pure, unadulterat I ,. .. .. .
be found, when used an .. I... .:
or .ji., ft .11 ,.., ..1 ... . ...." hi, as
beeo c.. ... '" .., th t a
bottle of pure, uninixel I 1. Brandy, was
very difficlltto obtain, .. 1 .. ... .. ....
times in ten, wag deceive, -.. *. ....
turcd imitation. Of all l "i '
B. randy, from its high'price, has been
*, ,article tlt mixers arod sellers have
turned their attention to, and millions of gal-
lons of the so-called French Brandy have been
scattered annually through the land, and have
been the primary cause of murders, suicides,
cruelties and crimes, aind have sent thousands
to an barly grave, sclf-destroyers, from delirum
tremeins, lmania-a-pqtu ind horrors, names un-
known, until unprincipled mimn bgan to maike
..11 ..'. pounds and sell it as the pure

The virlues of pure French Brandy need not
be told by me. They are known throughout
(lihe world'asa medicine or mild stiimuIiint. It
is, as the French nation poetically call it. "'au
de vie," the water of life. But thins applies
to it only when Ii .. 1 ... 1, I ...
ul etured with 1 .... .. .1 .. i
a good inmita ion, it bicnomes a death drink to
innocent tells ofi thousands of our race. To
reneidy a fearful evil, I have" commenrced irm-
porting Brandy, bottling it, n... it as
'Wolioe's Genuine Cognac ..... i am
daily receiving orders from the druggists and
apotheearies in all parts of thle Union, to sell it
for inedical purposes:.
No. 2 r. New York.
S. ... J. Hart'&
Co, .... 11 & Co., J. T. Moore & Co.
Nov. 19 m 8


Whale Oil.
Lard Oil.
Sperm Oil;
Burning Fluid



Kerosene. 13 .689
Camplihee. 5.625
Solar. 1.892
Solar. 1.640

Large Wick. 553

$1 00 $4 10
63 4 85
1 00 12 00
1 25 17 70
2 25 26 47
87 29 00

Reliable orelers from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, filled, on' application to
AUSTENS, Agents,
P93 Perfn Street, N. Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained, at thIe Man-
nufacturer' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
nti c.. .i. ...
ing ... j ..... . .. ,. ... i ...
B.-KEROSENE is the trade-
marki of the K]er'osiIn, 01i Co., and n.1.
persons are 1 awtim'nui l a/auinst using tfhc
sndd trade-mark jor other oils.
Oct. 15. 3m


Jacksonvile, to the waters of j'seamIlbit, bay, Iat .1
or near 'cnsacola ;" and 'firoim Amelia islanmd,- SS II CAPIT L,
on thle Atlantic, to the waters of T'nnpa bbay, -ySHERIFF'S SALE.
i,. rnuct tq' C edar Keyd, on the oulf of ", Y virtue of an Execution issued out of lhe I
.nno e .two io I'ranhdn tiy loste 0r. I iCircuitCort orl theo,.co iesnof olsia nd $200 00 ,
nniiimulu of two idol eand JAg cen's eper are, t ienilt'd i Eastern Circuit of 'Florida and to
me directed oi.1 1 1 1 i i: .... i
fthe base mneo aud east of hhepruin- Gilesc t. al. .. i .ti ... cei-23 BOADWAY, ad
iinct'mnri ian levied upon .. ...Officc^-23T BROADm AY, aad
.)1 enah, Brevard county Florida on the lst I ... I .
Townships 1 and 2, of range 11. of April 1 851, at tli usual hour of sale the fot- 50 WALL STREET.
Townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 12. lowing described land, to wit :-An undivided --o-
Towunships 1, 2. ;, 13, 14, and 15, of range hiteret of I've Thousand tir ]i,,.. l. I and .
18. Thirtythree Acres,. being lhe i .. i .. r ce '' T .... ... Insures Buildings. Merchan-
'Townships I, 2, 8, 4, 13, 14, and 13, orange tain grant ofland containing 10,1000 *i-- -., disc -, .' the:. % .. ... I'ort, louse-
14. or in said Brevard county granted ....., hold Furniture, .. 1 Property
Townships 2, 3, 4, 12, 13, 14, and 15, of Miles ou the 18th day of July 1813 and canlfirn- L .. L '
range 15. ed to John M. Hanson, et. no. '-' .
Townships 2, 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, and 14, of The shove sale is postponed until the 1st .]OlN ns "i'. Vice President.
range l(;. Monday iin May. W1. .JAFFAItY, .. ..'
Townships 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, and 13, qf The above sale is postponed until the first GCEO. I F 1I.BANXiKS,
range 17. Monday in June.
Townihips 2, 3, 4, 10, 1 and 12, of rang 'Tihe above sale' i postponed until the first Agent, St. Augustine.
18. Monday in July. June 25.
Townships 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9, of ranges 19 and The above sale is postponed until the first TO'YS! TOYS!
20. .* "1 .. .. A large variety 1 i Holiohdays,
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, .6, 7, 8, and, 9, of a '. .i .i. .' postponed until the first Nov. 12 '. NELSON
ranges 21 and 22. Monday in September next.1
-ownships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of range The above salis o tposned until the first
23. monday in October icxt. ,ge n uW
Townships 1, 2, 3, and 4, of range 24. The above sale is postponed until the first FROM
At the land office at St. Augustino, coam- Monday in November next.
menacing on Monday, the twenlty-sevenlth day The above salois postponed until the first PICOLATA TO ST, AUGUSTINE.
of February next, jor the disposal of thli vacant Monday in December next. '
lands in the even- l.n i beredcctins an d parts O/ The above sale is postponed until the first "T neg al> l
setnon', within the undernoentioned townships, monday in January lnext. C g ti i nI
t... ,he United ateis, within six The above sate is postponed until the first Four orse Tyoy Coaches, Cy''ianges and Light
.. ... -l of tle railroads "front St. Monday in February next.
I... .. i iacksonville, to the waters of JAMES 11USSELL, Wagons, all connecting ewith the several
Escanibia bay, at or nIear cPeisacola;" and Mr. 5. Sheriff BrOvard County. CHARESTON and
"from Amelia island, on the Atlantic, to tihe
waters of Tamlpa bay, with a branch to Cedlnr IFRESH Q0ROCERIES. SAVANNAH Steamers.
Key, in the Gulf of liexica;"" subject, as re- TUST received per Schr. Mary Louisa direct Conveyances always in r ii .. .:r;...
quired by law, to a minimum of wo dollars and j from New York; rivals. Distance 18 mil i.,...
tjftl cents per acre, viz: 0O Ni)ls ... ..F 1" ... ". Wheat, ---o--
Awo'7th of the abuse Hne atd cast of thepri,-' 12 1bhls. I I, Arrivals and Departures from Charleston twice
cipal meridian. 13 do. ., i .. a week--Everglade, via Savannah. Caroli-
do. Onions, t na direct.
,- and 2, 7 do. Soda Crackprs, Ani Savannah-St. John's, St. Mary's, inland
S.. t.. i 2, and 25 do. Sugar, dierect.. And Enterpriie, up the Rliver Pa-
do. lter, laik slea er .. ,. iturdays.
do- Farina, I 1 I Proprietor.
South of the base lte and east of /t jri'- 14 BoxesColgate lr. and W. Soda Soaos, St. Auguistine.
cipual meridian, 1 do. Varigaledh .
6B Ibls. Stualt's Crushed and pulverized RUNAWAY SLAYE.
'..: .', 1 ,. 1 3i, of ... and 2 TAKEN lip andcommitted total
scl. n I other pUirpono. i ('ol'fee, Cailldes andodCadies.
with the '"soanp and overflowed" ., n Oct. i2 1 DO1WNEY. bout 50 a ofge,
be excluded-front the sales. about 50 yarsof age,1 .
The tracts 'along tho lines of the railroads J. E. I3IEDI)OUGIIH ish conplcxlon 5 leet ,
will be sold, subject to the right of wny. grant- g .,e Oil $1.75per Gil lh Sys his name is Jack. le is clothed in
ed by ac i 'n i. .i 2, for said railroad i .. 1 > blue hoincespn pantnlqons and a ragged negro
and tile i .. ,.. .. ..... by the routes will 10 11) clth jacket. Hesays at lie was lastownedtby
libe sil as containing the quantities respective- Steam do. I 11 lb. the estate ofAbraTham e sent, deceased, of Diu-
ly shown on the official plats, without deduc- Goshen clutter 31 1i h' v'l county. TlIe owner is oreqpsted to come
ons. Cote 71bs for $1,00 forward, pay ... i ...
Thie offering of the above lands will be coia- Adamantine Candles ;e0c. per lb. I *" P, "
menced on thle days appointed, and will pru- Jloephant Oil for Ianips ].2-3, &L i ,,, .. ,
ceed in order in which they are advpreised until Mny 28.
the whole shall have been offered, mad the sales N. Y. MACHfINERY DEPOT,
thus closed; but no sale shall be kept eleopn .. HORSE ,RADISH LOOT,
longer than two weeks, and no private entry of 222 learl-..t., NeW' Yorki. LiVES, Pickles, assorted Catsup,
any of the above lands will be admitted until U frensh .0.. ,. -. n. L. ,o ked Salnion,
.. i ,. .... of he lc two weeks. M' I IL. A N K & .AN A N s lsend Salnon, l e ...... .., lackerol, Her-
.... anid, at thie city of Wash- ring, celatinc. tB' E. CAIH.
ington, this fiftieenli day of tNovember, ano (Successors to A. L. ACKEIIMAN,) Jan. i2.
Domini one thousand eight hundred and fifty-
By the President:h JAMES UCilCAIANI. IA EON Pol Kettles, Hakee tlvens,' l tiers,
ISt I/.' S ', r f 'ne ral LEATHER AND RUBBER BELTING( Skie GrIIt, iddlcs 3vatlte lron, tCor Mill ,

Every person entititi .i 1 ... of t pre- WOKING M.ACHINERY,
emuption lto any of tIe ... i ..i wn- iair i Call .at to new Storeunider the Mla-
lihthes above etonierateis 1c.uio nf te este b- n h in sonic Lodgoe opegd by HEatrz, if you
sndlh tireniver of the proper and ficegisteand MANUFACTUITERS ARTICLES, &o want chiap aInd prime articles in the Gro-
make payment therefore r s soon as amicablee occt rn nery Line and other little Nick nacks.
,i. tii. .'.n, a n '' I y oip- KEROSENE OIL
',,' l' ,, .... ncemunlt o tihe ]nubo INDIAN COR N,
sale of lands emnbracignj the tiraci ciied; F n S CORN,
oltherwisc such claim will be forfeited. A fS'I.N & ,CO. I AGE nACI CIARINA, Corn Starch, Lemrons, Graham,
S. S.\lllH, l, ,ni,.:.,c l G c l Craerj s .... fapionnieocaMaccaroni, Yeast
e(. r. ,22 f. (,nlC A C owd' ers, hlops ii, Creamn Tartar.
IDec. 10. G Oct 22 U. E. .CAKl. Jan. 21. 3. E. CARItl.

'- Tihe School under the care of
Misses Mather & iBrown will open
(.!Jrj_ ^ -. on Thursday the i i ** 1
for a session of' ten months. .11
.. ... i"..:. .. ... i..l ..: higher M athe-


1. _,I .ILL. 1854.)
An.noncr I.. i I... 16e great improve-
ImentS in.l h' I' it 'eroseene, they are
now enabled to offer it to t le Trade at
Tie ., r, i. *,. i .. towers is respectfully
called it .. i table, the result of a
pluotometrienl examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
J;Kl., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 3,

Georgia State Lottery.

Royal Havana Lottery, s
For the benefit of the--- 1i
Authorized by Special Act of Legislaturp it

25828 PRIZES G



McKiINNEY & CO., Managers.
To be drawn in public under the sworn superin-
cdence of two Commnissioners, appointed for
that purpose, in the o

City of Savannah Georgia. t


'O, OM, 0

Tickets onl $10.
HALVET, i, i Fi'- .L int) EIGhITS IN


Clnoos 53, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 18;0.
Class 5,4, to be D.yawn Jan. 14, 1860.
Class 55, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 1800.
Class 56, to be. Drawn Jan. 28, 18010

On the Plan of Single iNumbers

Fifty Thousand Tickets.!

I Prize of $00,001$ is 0.0nn.
1 0,000 is ,
1 10,000 is
1 i' 5,000 is i
1 1' 4,000 is i
1 3,000 is '
1 2,000 is 2,000!u
1 1,500 is ,50
1 1,100 is 1,100
5 1,00q are 5.0t00
10 500 are 5,000
2 400 are 80,0
2 300 a: q 0100
2 200 are 400
50 150 are
100 100 are :,...
4 Prizes of $200 approximating to
S6i,000 prize 'are 800
4 Prizes of 150 approximating to
20,000 prize are 600
4 'P':I,, of 100 'approximating to
... priz m are 400
4 Prizes of 8t approxiumtioin to
4,.1)iX prtu r". ,
S 'rizes of t i ... .
3,000 prize .. I' ,
8 Prizes of 50 ipproximating to
2,000 prize, are 400
8 Prizes of 40 approximating t ..
1,500 prize tare "
8 Prizes of 30 approximating i
1,100 prize are 240
400) Prizes of 20 approximating to
100 prize are 8,(I00
25,000 Prizes of 10 are........... 250,000

25,s2 acting to....-.$366,40

Whole Tickets $10, Halves $5,
Quarters $250.

The numbers from 1 to 50,100 corresponding
with those numbers on the tickets printed on
separate slips of paper., are encircled with small
tin tubes i tI i i ... .. wheel.
The first .. .....iharly printed and on
circled, are placed in nquother whoel.
i,, i ..,b the
saute time a Prize is drawn from tihe wheel
of Numbers, and at the unire time a Prize is
drawn from thle other wheel. The number and
prize enrawn out ore opened ind exhibited to thIn
audience.. and registered by the Commissionerms;
the Prize being placed against the Number
drawn. This operation is repeated until the
prizes are drawn out.
App)roximation Prizes--The two
preceedingand the two succeeding Numbers to
inosc 1.. the first' 9 Prizes will be enti-
tied tc 1 i 1 .1 ,' T.izces. For ex-
Iample: if Ticket ''- time 50.000
Prize, ., i ; ...... 1. .] 11248, 1120,
1f251, ,. .11 l) i ..i i to '200. If
Ticket '* i i ,' Prize, those
i .-'i-' 1,'-t ~ 18, 5491, 551, 552, will each
I" *I and so on according to the

S:s ,i 'nl uel Er u kages 1 I be
sol. : n is thIe risk:

IN ORDERING Ti, 1:i ..i i It it ., "
Enclose the money to our address for tickets
ordered, on receipt o;'which they will bh forward-
ed by first mail. Purchasers can have tickets
(. '",* : .. ....*. -,. , designate:
'' ...... and prizes will be
scut to purchaser immediately itoer t 'i draw-

Udi nPurelhasers will please 1drito their sig-
naitures plain, and give their post.oilce, county,
asiuSt ate. u
P-1 ltReember ohatevery npze is drawn
srid mtyable in full without deduction.
ii All prizes 1,O t an d a nider iaid ilnum
tliiaeiy after the din'wing-other prizes at the
sanal tinIe of thirty days,
All comnmications sity confidential.
Address orderss For ticketss or Ccritienates to
McIKINNEY & 'CO., Savutinali, Go.
I EL A list. of thie numbers that are drawn
from the wheel, with thltinmount of the prize that
onch one is entitled t,, iwnl be published after
Idery drawing, i` 1thei nlannah Daily News.
Feb. 12

aFresh Groceries.'
JUST received a fresh supply of Famnily Gro-
ceries at .
SWINNEY'S Cash Store.
Oct. 15.
OLLINS Axes, Spades, Shovels, Corn Mills,
SGrubtbing iloes, Cury Comib.u &e.

'TILL be sold on the first. Monday in Au-
gus) next, before the Court House in the
ty St. Aiugustine, the following property or.
O much thereof as will pay the State and county
axes and expenses due thereon for the year
1850), by thie heirs of Mrs. Lawrence. to wit:
me undivided half of a tract of land situated on.'
me North river about 15 miles North of St.
ugustine, bounded on the North by tracts of
h[uumilah Smith, F. P. Sanchez and public lands,
East and West by public lands, and South by.
'ract of Leonardy amid public lands. Being see.
2 of T. 5. S. it. 29 E. and, accor...' .-
Governiment surveys containing 1 ,I.1,1-FI
errs. The 'whole of said tract has i.., L- i.
ofore assessed to Win. Travers.
A. 1). IROGEROISh'ff'& Ex-off. Tax. "
'Assessor & Collector St. JohnsCounty.
Jan. 7,1860. .

BY Virtue of a Writ issued out of the Pro-
bate Court of St. Jobit's (Cotttty isdi to
ine directed, 1 Shall offer for Sale in front of
lie Court House in the City of St. Augustine ati
Ie usual hours of sale on Monday the 6th dayut
of February 1860; all that certain Tract of Luand
Granted to P. R. Younge. and levied upon uas
tbe l'roperty of lHenry Younge, being inu 'I'o -
: 1-" ..... ,..h 1 : 42, and u ;
....... I .. i,, r E ight act. -.

Sold bfor State.nad County Taxes for year

S l I... J until'first 'Mon-
L ,L i.,, J.i,. T.,, Ass. & Col. .
at. Johns;Couny;m "-
St. Augustine, 3^. 811855. "

Tax CQllector's I ale.
ILL be sold, on ithe first Monady of I, v
next, before the' Court House door i.. -
....,.. nn. 11. ,' ..: property to pay the
,.1 i .... ... II expensesduethereont
or e yearye 1859, by the heirs of DeFougeres,
to wit : a Lot opposite B. E. Carr's'store; a Los
idjoining South the Wallen House; a Lot ad-
joining North Leonardy's uniemis;,s.
A. D. ROGERO, -....,, .. *.
Tax Assessor& ', 1 C.
The above sale is forthe purpose of perfect-
ing the'titles. "
P. B. DUMAS, Agent.
Nov. 5.

ILL be sold, before the C -.' ....
in Enterprisii on the r '. I .. t.
June liext, the following t "
much thereof, ras will pay 11. '% ,
county taxes and expenses du ..... ,
year i85'. by the heirs uof De o i
One thousand Acres of hil 'I '. '
...... bounded Nrtii by Ormind's lands
I i Dunett's, Eat nby the river. ,
public lands.
THOMIAS T i ,* i
Tax Collector of .
The hovre sale is for the purpose uf perlcct-

SNov. 1'2 P. B. DUMAS. Agejia.

St...... .. ..... '.. M illsCo.
i In "' ...
Nathan Cobb.
BY virtue of a Decrete f the Ilon. court rf
Chancery, of the C'-""" -'"' f ,he 1!isn-
-ern Circuit of Florida '. i I f Sit
Julins dated July 29.1 lil. I will c.puse lt-',
sale on lmondnal the dy of .l)nthemermoxt,
bein 1 it i' '. I "if Jdun -ury '.11( ial hI.
p clock ,. I. t i [ he court IH,,'e iu the
city of St. Augustine. th suide il St. A.igusriine
it* A!ilt intlrer wilh hbe prtopr:ty ot very
* **.......... I desriptioui tlierii u in httng-
ing or in any wise appiritiinbg.
Terans of sale; onlte half of the ptlurchale mle-
ney to-be paid in canh oiln he day .1 snie. nlud
thIe bainiuce il one and two yea rs, With interest.
on tie bond and security. 'The litle to be with-
held until .
The abo ,; ....i the first ,
Monday in i ... .
The above sale is postponed by consentof'
parties to first Monda.y 5th day of Mlarch 1i860
Sheriff St. Johns county.
St. oAugustine, St. JJohns county
Nov.20.1859. dec3

BY virtue of sundry executing issued out osf
lthe Circuit court for the county of St.
.unns Eastern Circuit of Flot'ida to me directed
against Franeis iBridier of said county, I lhane.
levied upon and will sell at public sale before,
the Court Hlouse dour in thle cily of Si. Augus-
line on Monday tlhe first aly of August, be-
tween the usual hours of sale, ilte foliuwing de-
scribed property to wit:
A House and Lot in Charlotte street in the
city I ..
S. ... Hotel.
A House and Lot in Picucita street bounded
N. hy said street, E. by Lot formerly of Come-.-
lius Dupont, W. hy Lot of Mi 's.. Foster.
500 Acres Land 12 mile swamp known as,
John Ginopoly's.
161 Acres Land North River known as Shelli
3 l Acres Land, Pellicer's Creek, formerly of
lRobert Mickler.
5 shares in City Saw M1ill.
.Y T'le abo\e sale is postponed until 1lt
intowiny in Decelitier next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
ilonday in iJanuary 6. i .
Th e iabove sale is po.stpo le until the first
loniday in hurc l next, Ily cuoselu. i '.
Sheriff St. J oli County.
St. Augustine. August(,, 185J0.

N-ew Go- -.

am now prepared, to offer to my old friends
of this Ancient city and St. Johns county a
S. i i..i ., i i .. I .. winter dry

ceptaces at. sixty and ninety days cr.-m. v, nt
approved endorsers. Orders from tny tui.iry
friends accoplan:icd wnith tihe Ocam. -.-
promptly attenuum d to d within .. n i ..1.
tion to give cntire sratisfact i, *, I i. 1.h..
My country friends iiiy i ,t .i .
send ,nc tu r, cri tn driy guihts lbial tltey-'will be
llt uip illi great care and attention t give en-
tire soalisehclusn to thien lpint'ehaticr. All ;,,inm iiol
plIurclitsed :it tliis Ioune over towenry
will be allowed i thive pr ceint. lff, flr ceia,.--
You have here i list uf i a few of li my large is-
sortnoment of good".
D R Y, 0 0 I S'
consisting of' rebnchu bro:id Chtull, Duc hkiu Cas-.
sililees, Pilt Cl'oths, Srtinael ts iand K. Jeuan,
Twt ad a" ,' 1' .. ',,,., [ I" 1U o l, "
leliu 'I i L .,. I I ,'. i uln ,.
grey ... ... t... ,l I ., i, .. I h eri-
net a, l.1 ., I I- 1 .. i. .. in -t,
m a och i ..... I I i I ]1 G eiitS
M crin .... i :I... ... l oil '.1 ti1min g
Delains, Gelts Merino hall lHiose, French and
English Cuambrics, Rled utndl \U iiftn i'tmels.
'" ''. NELSON.