St. Augustine examiner

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St. Augustine examiner
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Saint Augustine examiner
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Place of Publication:
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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..J..i 1 2 111'.]. 7 E. MEDDOUGII, attheold standof [**
t pout, corner of Treasury Lane angou.
S URLIFREDTVE *ggE at .. i no, .r 1 ,,
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PROP TOR. Migle NO i.

it, r .- -t Tu.. r:, F yGrocedes, reshanddaily receir
PRI a of Bi.H I.II'lie*I: .. -t. J. E. MEDDOUGK.
said Estate, .. .. 1.. ...11.
IN .Ir. a .I.T. odiveithm the time described by law, or this 222 Pearl-St., New York.
: -. IllTE M IL BAN K &: AN NA N.
ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted on the Feb. 111860. Sw Administraw x.
following terms: (Successors to A. L. ACKERMAN,)
One Dollar per square, ref twelve lines and NOTICE.
under, for the tirst insertion, and seventy-Five ALL persons indebted tp the Estate of Annio STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
cents f each su equent s 121T/ited to the mediaRe la etto are quested to nu1kelini LEATHER AND RUBBER BELTING

spa e contracted for. All contracts shall be ill persons having dlaints .. I al. lid estate
wriing stating definitely the nature of the are requiredto present the same withlR tWO 1ANUFACTURERSANDDEATEltRIN1110NANDWOOl
Irill le a s8s 1 1 'e rthis w abillbe 14n ba1 fitheir TYORKING MACHINERY,

Le toedat .excess of Feb. 4, 1800( EORGE COLEE, Ad ritor. AND


NO. 24.

(COMMTJNICTEDj GlaSSOfthe 00mmon people, and disgust, SOUTHEENOftDEES. &1}Of011rmaDH-
Reliciona of the Work1 -Romerks on cool and dishearten even those who are facturersi are receivinglargWordersfromthe
2 3 Ar-,.-*, .or_ na..1- :.p L. I'.:..1u. I...1-.s..r... ., rt..;, 3... u,.; r :...,rI, l...c.,,.1, ,.r..:l... 'Is her, her.-r.(..r.
of. 1- 1. .[,Mr..... a- I.. p... ..0, ...r. p.Jr..In I n, .0. rI.. J. tria, rhe. et.- n,
1. ... L ** I al"-*'l'll [* ur t ,,g, .. I Is.Ip .. a '.. I .1, *..El .- ,.<*Il is-t .sicle:rgr. to
so ....Jo i.--t LD., or .. r. ...,0... ( ,1.11. L -.- -i trair .cl...:- at awar*.Imp thIt 1.. gl

p te aeuttthbprincipal .. .ce .. what e li r/.. / . ,T ,,F
lic was allowed to live the c, but .:.1 1.r r .r.r orator says of London: make it to the interest of it e.. r..:.ns to
Theyliavetakena strong foot-hold. Las EATHENISHINLowoon.-le pool3 supportthern.-Ma..g..F rh. ...comes 0..
year they had the dedication ofaverylarge fo hS. Morley, on British ...nse, at work on the as: r plants ...os on L..u. -
and handsome church. Oristina, ex- een e;.. .. of the Congrega. iana, wore made ir, E immon.1.m.1 ar.. .3,.1
of Spain, the prince of Deloinville clauda twnal Unio- ? l....I -rs 3 and Wales, he to surpass those tr...... tr..: N-.-- I alar..i
large number of the most remarkable gen- that.1 r. r1... .. .1. .. of public worship in factories to their immediate'vicinity. But
tlemen and ladies ... i'.. ..:.1.1..... e .., r 2....o.1... follows: "Of all places machinery is not the only kind of work
were present. Th. v. ..r in the land, London was the-most heathen- Richmend ... .rm?.. r.... .r _...r: .: 4. ( ..
increase of the catholic population in he ish. There were some 900,000 persons thG South. e ..... ........ .;,r .,,, I ,.,
metropolis of Calvinism, and a proof that living in London who never entered a place makers are filling large orders for Tennessee,
the other party is fastly going down. It of wo1 lup. It wa)s perfectly fearful; and Alabama anel Mississippi; and our shoe-
would he, in feet, very diticult to decide island .. was reported of an makers are furu. 1..... 1 (12: 6..1.1
11}1011in0 Ilumi)OI Of 1110 ift0 protestant 12888011tiltJ.|uak.ti a -1. .. a 2-
chri.tiansto1 f 113ndtr at ledneva; an 5 &misalonnestoapreacl. .. a. patch.

tm. I pretended costle have there wera only10 per cent.of the popular. REMARKABLE 110YEMENT.-Petitions,

endsomuchdituedlind ovu ly t a cutI r2d 0, h nton the whic hefoll wmgis a copy, arenowin
sherdsof hisapostolicalmantcareigeon- present tr ... ....:cent.were presentationto 15 L ...Inue. of that
isuou y auke I amom" 01I 0- 9 a read before of cargoes of Idols the Honorable the Senate and Houss of

somewhat enliebtened, join daily he n madeln England and shipped to China and Representatives of the Commonwealth of
merous and hol terou sect of the diseing to use East Indies heathenish countries, Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met:
of Jean Jacques Rounseau; an Infidel phil but we did not suspect that in a protestant "Your petitioners humbly represent thap
osopher. Last year, they have built a tem- chriman land there were three heathens the rapid growth of the free negro popular
ple to human reason, and decrood that on every five men. Yet, it would be difi- tion by immigration, within a brief period,
there was no God.! la Germany, Luther cult for catholics to doubt the fact sinea is not only a burden to your petitioners, by
would find hituscif quite a strau< cr, ahnost praestants themselves publish this truth increasing demands on our poor fund, by
overywhere, aul would roost certainly, to me wild world. On every Lundred, owing to their great indolence and dissipa-
have the bitter mortification of being driven only forty go to church, says Mr. S. 3100- 1100, they 11RV8 11168 0117 pri50DS, tilllS iR.
away by his own children from the church- ley; and J.0 does not toll us if they are led crewe. orir t-a-esto an enormous extent.
es that he snatched from the catholics, if there by faith, or by custom, pride, inter- I' :.r r3..1 at Haiper's Ferry will
he should dare to say that confession is IP.ocrisy, or by such other motives result in stringent laws by the Southera
necessary, as he did teach during his life, li 11 lead them to a persian States, for the expulsion of free negroes
In that part of the protestant world. not < lu.1 .:1. Mosque. Had their from their limital sowemust .L...rl us.,
only baptism is neglectpd, but oven, in meeting houses any rehgious symbols in thousands more of those or..
sonic places, they have gone 50 far as to side, we should beheve that they go there creatures thrown upon us, many of them in
bargain with the ministers of 1... .. to e ite their faith and enliven their picty thodeclineoflife, orotherwiseincapacitated -
condition that they should ** 1 .7 L .. 1.. ..... tr . 1.. ? .. Iin il... =:1:-...: ..sus gug. -a ,-,ap
Jesus Christ as Grad, I.L. 1.. ... -* 1 2* Ij a..r,..: ?.1._ [. .{ e. .1,, 4,,,,. Ga.-1:-air 1..
for instance, as of t ., a pr...... ars ,rs. .:,.8 or r Mrs ady best-hood

uke r ri a or a nee of r re n.. 1- *1

101 du 5 t e censiolate 8 di on or ce et
dea that the Catholic Eishops should be respondent of the New York Churchman, Virginia has taken the lead iusuch matters
combed on the appoin:ment of teachers gives details of the outrages that yet take it behooves the united South to folloy her

I coi : to ne ad anj St. George's in the East, London, example. Oui Slt tois abundantly:.11.. *
ing feature too in the prussian gover } a rice yjk no edha 0 10 is o in operation t hasof 2
ment; for the catholic hopos. There was a 30, the rioting was even greater than usual. located in Iredell county, at which yarn and

bt ees ri s a 0 1 td illSt 0 0 In the Lord's Prayer the mob in the church cotton asuaburgs are made in large quanti-
yelled out in the most discordant tones. ties, .quality inferior te none. One is
cu 00 a la 0 si 1, Nex tonp n(eds thoblit 1 music the located t 'tutinerstburgba cown dkby

ear the Jesuits were not only suffered a rn .. drow I I Led ssre tto I or es Ci

Qt1mt they have bleen in e din at men. The Churchman's correspondent Yadkinoiflurry, Catawbs, Cumberland, and
,, i ..... .11 i. *** 1 convertiag nu- pace would fail me where I to Yenture Wilmingion Herald.
wonder if out into full details of the still more abomianble
statistics writers have made allowance for ..mitted at the performance of Vme:NIA MANUFAcroans.-We leara
all these facts inn their relative estimation rl. 1. r the afternoon. The seats in from the Richmond Dispatch that the late

it1 g msdolwat strpopu tt\ telo r 1 in-l oo-, eaPs t ni, ede f pBorpT ir ni ,r asPtuhea
ress of pro stants; it Is the glory of tbo ister, and the aboristers all knelt in double the following fhotories willsdonbe in opern-
11-< it the present, and lineouthealtarsteps. Theirentrancewas tion: Por making oil cloth-shoes and

orni t lon col the cent to res In lP. the signal to a volete of h1itsse and roan b he ce or a2m eelobb n
religious reputation, and to tarnish it would large black dog. n hich had evidently been ets, tubs, clothes pius, &e.,-Willow-ware-
cause to them a general sorrow is can as 'fuddled' for the occasion, came rushing furnituro-brites castings---iron castings--
that caused by the blight upon the crops anadly through the church, and dashed steam fire engines-umbrellas and parasols
of the poor tenantsof the much oppressea gendlong amongst the eboristors. Other -stoves and grates--and other articles

Iazilhat the Catholic church has there a no dogs, also maddened with liquor, had been less exoasl en utt equally as necessary to the
ble stand, n6 one can deny; and that it was bx ght luto ... .u ..t risein gone .
wax da ly lor or and stronger, frlonds, and greater part ( il.. sh .. ...* ... of EVERY DOLLAu.-Every dollar that is
fees are .....4.. 1 1 to admit entholic f tith is the animal, if seriously attempted by the spect at home, in payiuff for some home-
awaken la the British hears, whilso pro- police, being prevented, no doubt, by the made articleinsteadof being sent to the
testantism is going the way of all lierosies; still more brutal clisturbers inhuman shape. North, is worth store to Southern Inde-
new necessions are frequent, not only on When at lengthbroughtout. it is stated, pondence than a five-column speech in
,td 0 latti nedpoor, bu also n the T the do:ebo e marksnof the 100 cr very dollar the Legislatur oil o then,
as fro the e-anks of the ledarn clot td from its mouth and nose. The choral por_ and when you linda man needlessly going
t f the Lita d by North to spend Es money among our ene-
I ter 8 Ro k.d Suchai the reli ousa na_ so gan but it so are an 010 cover- e make a cros trk 2 instdhis na

nol s til a there o ul t1 1 a on r 1 gonscry
r bapt sm, itals perhaps still worse t an luinister s part, hisses occasionally greeted 31ULES.-MessTS. ROgers &DA

re' "if i'" ."oiver's!"Heado fo Col < ourb co ty
time that some few young lawyers of the and slanderers,' and the prayer 'that we laigh price of $212,80. This is the highest
queen'sbonch decided dogmatically thht being hurt by no persecution, may ever- price we hpro ever known for so large a lot
this sacred ordinance did not essentially more give thanks to God in His holy of mules. These are intended for the
, belougto the English churned. Letthey church"' Louisium market. Col. C. R. Estill, of

3.luo 15/ i s mirsesf 1 go cheamu The wife aud family of the Rector were ii so Us ., TC Layj e tto
have .. .. lu do with this mental oilice. also hissed as they left the church, but the :< lot of : _s ..1:,, ... 1... at the price 01'
Anal .11 add, to-morrow will be a mob did not attempt to harm anybody." 8115 p 1. I 1. liehn, Esq., of

a)uist wasbday, tlhey soak the r peodale to- Rountrk that this is not done once in Shelby county, lately sold to James Horton
oz ,,wans so "!"' s "ie >?" pass.. a is or, sun, ocomance the vio<, of Bourbon, one hundred and ten mules, at
oueruste em says a y ave 8100 per head-amounting to 817,000.-
almost taken off the skin of this poor To- says the correspondent has perhaps sur- Stock Journal
Mac-in haptising him &c. See newspa- passed the others &c. Now, where are the '
c- pers, magazines; the first puge is devoted to true rutesiant christians in that rotest- CHARLESTON, Feb. 10.-The Ha or's
at f.the b al &
a curic ure o aptism cerento y ant land, the boast of all the donomina- Ferry criminals Stephens and Hazlett, were

1-; *-' ***i r, ... 1.u. tione' and the greatest stay of religious to-day sentenced to be hung on the 16th of
. sulties ename leasusers, es. camerous satistics writerse men.

e.... .. c rti
on ..
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Contract advertisements payably quarterly;
adratisements from. strangers ayd transient
persons, payable in advance. All others will be
considerca due when calledhfor. to 00
soI isin odn per in in oo
Application tor Letters of Administra-
tion 5 00
Notice to Debtors and Greditors :7 00
Application for dismissal as Adminis- 10 00
tre Alli illsfer Jcl. T. ... .1..... = paid
thh delivery of the .



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Genuine Article.
Oct 22 13. E. CARR-
ANUFACTURED in every variety and
style, and sold at greatly reduced prices
87 Central stree Bost
), on
(Sucocesors to E. F. Jones& Co.)
iv /3. The Jones Burner, recent] dininwed,
ther I manufac-
tured. Su Nov.33

OLlifERS, Twmm .
tridows or ordas 1 L
.. Battles, ; ..

.,t Wash

Po i su < 1 ya
Idefence to any ot the headsof Deparunents.
Dec. BJ. *

UST rTeived pl 00 Ulls. Southern Flour, W. Wheat,
Db1s. Extra Pilot Bread,

o ,
B es Colgate Dr. and W. Eada soaps,
5 Bbts. In a ** I and pulverize
Coffee, CandlesandCandies.
Oct. 22- 1 M DOWNEY.

: gor Schnapps, Cr kers,

Butter do.
Pilot Eread,
Graham Bread,
Corn, Starch, Farina. B. E. CARR.
Oct. 15.
S selling Kerosexxo Oil $1.75per Gal,
Crushed sugar 12 1-2
Brown dio. per 11b.
Goesh n Butter 31 lb.
d manti 1 1ps }.'5, on lb.

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years, and those indebted (othe Estate, arere-
quired to make payment izuntediately to
I)oc. 31. 1860 Execurrix'


IX weeks after date I shall apply to the
S Court of Probate of the county of St.
Johns for letters of Administration do bonis
no it ea will a1nnoxedl upon the Estate of
ey Gle e .1. FAIRDANKS
8 Augustine Jan.7, 1860.
Tate I shall apply to the

f the coun
Brokelooscearryingaway C, o
ty of St Johns
he spare change like at ad hbomtis "on
merciless showman every b
body must have g .

li e i r n to.Ti 01 r nm va,- an

put No:tth a d n to I o slti man who 1 IPdec
T. NEL89N. Dee, 10 1830


Oheap Goods *





H H, n 1, ..... I date hereof I shall ap-
a 1. 1.. 1: Probate of St. Johns
CATSUP, as admmistiator with
Smith, ec ed. 1 the Estate of Hannah
COFFEE, an ita or.
St. Augustine, June 25, 1850.








P'OTATI6,. :







IX months aftep date hereof I shall qike ap-
S plication to the Judge of Probate of Put-
stant county for a final sealement and for my
b. 1..... .. 11.0 admigistrator of the osente of
4.. ...r .... ... deceasqd la of st 30 u tyj

August 13, 1839. ^dminisantor'
APPLICATION will be mady to the Judge of
the Circuit Court or Judge of Probate of St.
'T-In ? e-1-f- f 7- -nth"rity10 sell certainreal

profitable invest ent.< the no os of a more


Aw J 1LI.

N'ov. 20,C 1850.


Co.E am dred BeDSef1, eefm
wlOiteN B isspit Pas. B.reus E. ltR. sc

p2 YiongTdle, C "' o

dnn. 2s. B3. E. CARZ.


.. ( > s. i 1 toes, 40bble,
(.) J. cases Wines, 20bb1s. Crackers,
50 dra: I et ss a .

4 5,bh. ant/ 121si 8 ud. N. O
ii ,ngues, 3 bbis. Sugar House
ps, 10 bags Coffee, 15 boxes
IIoneyG doz.Pails,40 doz.
a re [qu,

Salmon, 1box
bbls. Fluid, 2
is el U
9 makHans, I en k acon, 5 htds. Buck-
e 1,. ... 1 1 .'ll soldio
I to the
.. L LRR.
Cit MS Louisa from Charleston, Rice
I hi late r is aelt
pse. 1 ."' U. E. CARE.




qL/ e
LL persons indebted to tbo Estate of Gad
A numphreyslate of St. John's county, de-
cea atlested to make unmediate pay-

Y S. I prie e
Nov 2GLhl859. Administratrix.


(BENE T' S 0 0 RN ER ) .
AS on handeveryleading Brandof the day

TVOULD respectfully inform his frientle
,l **. I .ae public generally, thathe is always
..11.3 *I .red to execute any orders, in his
line, which they nuty favor hint with. 110 has
on hand, and is alwnys supplying himself with
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown ClothsblpkDoe
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
1 1 ters executed in the best style of work-
machip, for cash only.

<, ,,, ** Protestant and r ect .r...rt- r
abecausc" Outholic? Qqr 1 n nage was

tants in France dead since the massacre of
Saint Bartholomew's day, that there is novr
I 0 'that
wh 10 to a "Catl alic on Anawnd'
estion does not relate to Catholic or non.
'atholic Frenchmen or to Protestant
En lishmen but to facts and ft d
g gures, an
authorities for these. We named the Lou-
don Times, boppuse it was at hand and be
cause it is the leading journal of the civili
zed world; its authority-to say nothing?
of the London News-would weigh down
twenty Buffalo Commercial Advertisers.-
The Encyclopedia Americana was men-
tioned as a well known work of the highest
reputo;-we had other authorities, not
necessary to be specified. What petty
trick of a eputroversialist is this, to slur
over our express citation of authorities
by the exclamatiqu-"English Protestant
gentlemen! A Catholic Prenolinian, is
as able as ag Eqglish Protestant to cont-
H your egrrespondents' national and per-
soul same ,ibili e weria wountdoe1iby 61

su vicious a dis usitior We honor the
French people, and just now have special-
ly amiable .. 1;u... toward them and al...;
If your eqrrespondent is c....r :.,......1
with Protestant authorities, nor with the
Roman Catholic Mr. Shea, who puts the
number at 164,000,000, perhaps he will
think 14ctter of another and be a "French
Catholic," vbo opens his famous book on
the "Roman Questiou" by saying-"The
Romaq CatholioChurch, which I respect
sincerely, is composed of 139,000,000, of
individuals, not reckoning in the boy flor-
tacu"! WE are D10rt generous by (1,-
But we have not yet done wid4 your cor-
respondents' novel method of starting case,
on a question of drystatistles, he runs offtq
a eulogy, or the threat of one, on Frquoo,
all occasioned by the one word "French"
and that a word employed, according to
common English usuage merely tp desig-
nate writer,
Then as to the same statistics, he falls
to special pleading as to what is meant by
the term Protestants. (we having used
that word prceisely in the segse of his

ano er m on o a an at o e
s, who 4. Favor us, also, with the expose
', for ...0,,1,
havethrownoff the Pope's temporal au- w ichyouseemtohave suchamplemater- P. y
thority, which the Poposays ixtust be main- ials, iq regard to 1+otestant missionsin *9
tained in all his States? And many mil- Forcines lands. Opmpare Protestant mis- ILL i. 3 rI ., jioltDF:1t
(Lous of Freticlunan, it is to be feared, must -- E to methods and converts, if on SISCERS -. L. c.* ... ..0 ly ourtain
1. counted) out-we menu, of course Cath- plpse, with ,Jesuit missions; and tell us itat not Isingle que Qf the border slave
,ls... Frenchmen"-for will not, say, twenty why one Pope suppressed these in 17 3, 0aat wi tacec he nail sitummofts ti
2nillions of these prefer to be of the Empe- aqd anot!gor Pope restored the order in proposed Southequ r*,,.r ,... The reso-
For's rc1igion, in.oqse the Pope should 1811, both Popes being alikeinfaltible in lutions of South. ( .. .... ... this sr bJeet
pronounce such a mar uo true Catholic and a question of morals. were transmitted by the Governient or
treat him accordingly Wheyb is theEm- 470 rest here, till cur critic shall make land t Coup a Asses ly of the
peror evennozo, if wecredit the Pope's outsomepartofhiscase. coolaba r, ... .'sn they Inch
complimentary lauggage, respecting him When he has (lone that which he offered with aA tl.. 0./ tr ,,,tives of
and thus epithet of "Jiedas" hestowed on to perform, has gocutect his threats, and people.of .0 I ... 3 .... ....s... I i. 4uough
on., by the Pope's organ in France, as fulfilled his prolaises, we engage on out unt Marylynd has upt the remotest idea of
truly pesenting the udgment formed by partto show the. substantial unity of the And y he isl'idather C "lent o
the head ofthesRomas Church concerning Reformed Churches, iq 8........... pair..:,3 overwhelmingly 1. ..... I,..-.......,g...,,i of
its eldest son3 is the French Emperor a lady at the outset of the Reformation).to men ofthp same I 4. 1,., a,1, 71,;.
Upractical" Catholic show that, rejecting human inventions and inen of South Ca....I., I s.. L..e. latures
Bishops Hughesand8 otherR. CBishops tragitions, Protestantism cleave fast to the of 15satucky and Tennessee are also irr
inave jgst izistructedthe world, thatthe Pope pure Word of God; agd thit now, while lon tabdlee present tune, and ye eehave
has a right to govern those people in Ro- not boasting of outumnbering' te rest of of either ofany un-pous besp.;u ine.1.1 .
uragna, ifthey do no(desirehisgovernment; mankind, Pagan or Papal, she (10es re- to a Southern ( ..... I,,,i,. .
that this is just and right, and all good joice that her doctrines are all drqwn from positively cottain that neitherefthe mu
Catholies are bound to think and act ne- God's Hply Word, nod does rest in His ).:11 r L. .. ,,..Li ..ur,
cordingly. What say you American promise tp His son, our Blesseil Lord, is <*1 rl.,,. 1 .
Cathpiles, whose national governmentis "Ask,- any will give Thee the Heathen Coufore .. 11. l ./ ./ /. I
based on the People's right to ordain and for thine jaheritance and the uttermost
establish any govergment which al.. .. parts of slip Earth for Th session .. I a be, will follow the
fer-what say you tq this denial of a na- Her eobvetty among the I atlPea are al- t secrfool be dsi .tes'fhes in
tion'sright to break their fetters? Tripd by ready numbered by tens of thousands; and ware, Maryinud, Kentucky and Missouri,
this rule, are you good, "practical" Qatho- now Italian Catholics* as well as French. there are the three States of North Citralian
lies? Can you be equated in? men, are becoming < ," a woul Tennessee and Texas, making seven in all-
Thorois ....(...1,., n, ...- 0,,,. ro*C synoqoluous 1.......1....,r rl, ., ,i _.. J world avbich are absblutely certab not to and.
...-= toRomeandin a county with Protestant Chistians. > mun as mars to the proposed Conference.
for eleven centuries under the eye of the See, sir. Alwar<1 Everett IIsle's letter | inna to thot, < md perl eLouis
Pope, of which a "Catholic Frenchman" 11-**. rateleaving out Virginia, are
said not twelve. months ago-"here the MONTGOMERY, Feb. 21.-Gen. Elliatn | seven States certain, and probably eight or
teaching body are pot appointed to givein- Walker left this city last night for Chales. ,'etr l{lil tu n1sat nd commis-
struction, but to hinder the people from (on and Now York. mond lthig. If, .



the South pays tribute tb the enterprise
and industryof another section. Thosaino
is trueofnearly every tmanufactured arth
cle which we use or consume.
Not only are we thus taxed, but the
money pgd is carried away. Were the
... same profits paid to a mechanic or mer-

ST AUGUSTINE, LORIDA chant, in.ourmidst, it would be spent and
remain with us. The accumulated proSts
saTUTED4W, FTH. 25, 1860, would be seeking investment here. Ware
---..---- - 11... South to expend $50,000,000; every

plu y au toes. su 1:- 1 ,. ..r at home for manufacturers, justead of,
Arsen se I .... I soilding that amount north, a inest .unpre-
periptions, e., cedented prosperity would soon le witnes-
was sed. -Agriculture, trisde, the arts, all would
-__- ---.2 -. .. -- ... feel if. Let us banish from our midst
''he South ladapond at. Fl.,[,.. .gp e..... ....,, r .,r .. .. 'l.:1
lu a ., [.4.... 11.. .. .... .. 1 .v. .q **. 1***= *I **' ** '-"
I .. s .,1 a
ges..o oil .:.1 1; n,. uppl..u l..r e- I. 1 u.u

g6tting instructed." Are the pU)) 8 Of [FOR THE ST. AUGUSTINE EKAMINV
such probably Psailiciently instreeted" PALATKA Pla., Feb., 10
Catholies? and pages ,of sintilar impqrt 314. EDIToa;-While erus'tbthe last
might be copied from "Frenclf catholic P was sud-
wrifers. copy of your interesting shein of agreen-
WO OTily RSIT, that whatever rule be ad- denly brought to that ai, and ituttera
Opted, it should be applied to both sides. ble surprise, which ela the uneased of
Willour critic now follow the ruleadopted the 1 go ornin %uder the signature
in his article, of the 21st January, a 1.. h ofn' 0," I found yself elevoted to st**<
isacommon one, or that urged in his arti- nere compliments woftem
"cle of February 11th. ? If this writer pays, diezy heigh,, a rocket, into celestfull
seretinine individuals before making up er sepigive me if iggesume tor
the roll, we reply; very well, examine uoten I eastrom the hnes of Pope:
then your 200,000,000, or your 150,000, I .... .. 1.. parting clow the sonot
ope 9.,"-byour own ranks, and see how T., ersued Mary riyr ps
:I \. e. I ...u .. .-put
1 1 E. *- .1-* '.* e-== **In L ** .4.0
from his iong journey and ) .. l. .ra point No soar 10ft, u be
tissue, viz. Statistics of Religion. }Ye ...

.IIi. I

ga. EmTon:-A writer in your paper
qf Feb. 11ph, affects surprise, that he had
wounded the*feelings of other denomina.
tions" by his article of Jan. 21st, he hav.
ing taken your journal, as it ngw seems, as
the channel for a pritiate communication
to his Roman Catholie friends, prefacing
it, however, with the conciliatory remark,
that "Irotestants are frightened by iho
very shadow of the Catholie Church" and
are conscious of the weakness entailed upon
them by their splits, &e." 110 further.
more professes "if we had anticipated any
cause for displeasure the article would
never had appeared in our community;
ye \Vere therefore surprised," he proceeds
,to sitybby the ..a.. i ..u giving states.

Arbicle of ofany. .. Ir ..Ir \fe Layo pext a
tirade against Protestant Missions in For-
eign Countries, of which not one word had
been said by us; and here his authority ap.
pears to be an infidel correspondent of the
N. Y. Tribune, itself a radical, disorgani.
sing, Abolition shoot, of the lowest kind.
Though we had uttered no word on the
subject of Nissionary establishment, yet
this correspondent of the Examiner inti.
mates that "ourProtestupt writer aught to
reduce fery much the myriber of the Mis.
sionary Establishments."
What would the man be about? First
he accuses us.. of "rejecting the number of
Catholics in the world!" THAT, WO Would
not doif we could. We think they will
1..i e .. ... .. II, especially if the rule

,,, n at put a .. 9 .sumerare'' "to welch

,,,,, a,, ,,..u.,i. c..r 1.. .. .0- m.
norar.. tl. intle, mid protonded pro- -10 e- .. this dragging us in, that
fanation of sacraments; for all which no he may polish) his transitions, this impu-
provocation whatever hae).been given, but ting to us what we did tot say in order to
the publication of a few statistics of un- give some.color or occasion to his -r=E.E.
doubted accuracy, the sting of which must ments and charges against Protestants, is a
have been -1,.... ....3. r ...11;[.. .1 truth! little too bad. ?
With regard to his -ou. .si. he may And then our poor article of Pebruary
be glah to be informed, that the day on 4this charged with "asking triumphantly,
which his first article appeared five or six why in America the States settled at fi st
Protestant gentlemen, of the highest re- by Catholies have become almost entirely
spectability who usually expressed their protestant. "Awkfug trismaphantly?"-we
opinion to one another, all spokeof it, as a confess that in that little article we had
piece of almpudence," but charitably ima- not the wit to ask any question whatever.
gined that the writer mistook bluster for Did he find any? E .[ ... ., he has prom
argument, and eifroptery for strength.- ised to answer question wedid not asic'
No one thought the pxece entitled to a re- let us have the answer, especially as it
ply. The compiler of the statistics, who appears to promise usfacts not recorded in
had previously furnished brief notices of any other history.
that kind, went on with his self-impose Then "coming home," as his phrase is
askand publisheda few items respect- from China and Australia, -he attackh
ing the numbers portaining to difercut re- Protestants in America in regard to their
ligious prevailing in the world, and one or worship and their preaching, which i
two feats accomplished by some of thqm- seems do not please him; but when he says
Hisostatistics woro exact, ..1.. : to the that Protestant" ministers "do not preach
best authorities; if your correspondent the word of God," it is just as absurd as i
questions their aeouracy, lot him say so la one should say of a Popish priest he doe
plain language. not follow his }Ie ends al
The writer accuses us of "rejecting the within ill-judged, ill-natured report from
number of Catholies in the world, because a news-paper correspondents to the manne
it was computed bv a late Frenchman, who in which the Holy Communion was once ad

pund 200,000,000, while English Protes- ministered in-a particular parish church-
tant ..,1..... i. found only 150,000,000; I ..1, i... ., e.. .. i., 1, has th
st., is p.. .r reason a Catholic French- c., .1,,...n I so ,n. .,,, 1, ,q fusillad
,usu .i .L*. e. .* E I;.1, Tu r oi i. .. .. 7, e... :, wh et ivbich disclose

L .r us. r .r. 0: p. -r, li.a
the corkto a champagne bottle, it; ,.rs.
obliczed to sustain the .cr- ps....el. ..el.. r
_,,,,it, ar..) ar.'/ soaY 1...'. a ss. -- -at so.
Their noses are kept down to the grind4
stone while the public turns the conseless
crank. The Department covers -1. ... .7.1
blanks and corners them with quarterly re-
turns. Some disappointed letter seeke
leaves his otlice door with ., I. s ar..i.e..
madly erect upon his back Th'# ill...t -
rier baugs away at the door at midnight.
shouting, "mail.!" Ten thousand
and loud complaints, are howeverT sp.
his deVOted head, frOM the ..1**." =1E d
sun, until thq going down it .. ..I Ty.:
is 110 cessation to his duties .1 .1- 1.-? .rn
becatobing afew hours of refreshing slum-
ber, there are thousands writing letters,
with over) variety of illegible curientures
endorsed upon them, to puzzle, confound,
.. .ul wool gather the senses almost
**". -...- of .... i. [.. u." ... sh;-
It was never writ***J 3 1 i-***
should ever gike birth to a P. M. Every
one bears his own stamp, which Dr. Frank-
lin testicles to in' his own likeness." 's he
vost oflice is a resor4oir for the 2..Tlf *;, ...-
to whing, every passipn of r1.. 1. ...
ly is copsigned whgg the I. I ....
the brightest hopes, pshigg 10 e, and fu-
-0... 1.. ., ..TI o .. ., 1 El .... ..
an4.e. remas. 4. th..-e its li v ier-s

., as a told 1 e.e.nt..r.r ..r :....,r and
'-. grammar rushon had babble together
in wild confusion.
Without a Post Oflice, the world would
become a blank; time would I 2.. T. ,
upon the comanunitypsealing --
sta discount; and paper makers, printing
presses, editors and authors, would all
tumble into pie, to the dismay of the litor-
ary fraternity. Hence, we may infer that
P. M.'s are a useful and indispensaile
diss, subject te the rise and iidl of public
opinion, which may be considered is the
only thermometer of the present e
I have confined my obligation o C. in
unt-shell, which I laitoud to plant in
rich soil, that it any take root and row to
a large tree with many branches.

ps.;, as..., c.,
apd .,, ,1... ..1.. 10 '.-
-. We desire to see that dro afu od
rolled at which yo. o tnht a

States from Romanism to Protes an I
You ay it will Ipoke 7 soraovercome

this amiable reluctance. We are willing
to be "unfortunate;" cannot you consentt
,, Yoyrimmoudo has excited cu-
riosity. Protestants engine to enquirer,
"what were racks and .ilres used amongus
to convert men to our religion in Maryland,
Louisiansand Florida, as was done by Pa.
ists in Spain and Italy, wbon they stifled
he Reformation there, by learning and
ElefingmaDy Of, the finOS6 IBieflects 18
those countries?
We condemix all persecution for opinion's
sake. Show it to us in any Protestant, But we can show
your leading organ in France complaining
that Charles V. did not shed more blood
of Protestants; and do you not Toow that
your Archbishops are solemnlysworn to
persecute all heresies? Do you not know,
that the head 90 modern ultramontanism
eulogized the Spanish Inquisition for the
very reason -lor 1.1.....1; as it was, it was
necessary in ..1... E... hill Protestantism?
and these ar., I'* I *oelaimed opinions of
your leading minds in this generatiou!
3. We shall be happy to receive instrue-
tion;.since our brief avergent in this ..
gardis questionedqeapecting the co. --

throng. st..,,. ..... ., : ,, 3
Naples, .t Cu......I ....) \- I .
with Prussia and Holled. Take the Ro-
man State,. with its 3,000,000, and listen
to a "Cathollo Frenchman" who says "the
Roman State is the InOSb OOmpletely Cath-
olic in Europe; it is also tbo mos( fertile
in crimes of every sort, espee'ally in crimes
of violence Listen to the sq:no author
saying, "oyery one knows that education
is less advanced in the States of the Pope
than in any other country of Europe."
fake the city of Rome itself to-day, where
the throne of thoPope, is upheldby French
bayonets, and wb.ere the street paupers are
fed by the charity of French .1
a letternot six syeeks old, in a journal edi-
ted by Catholio Frenchmen.)

her own mea..r or .ud 3 1-+ *-
her own mineral wealth, she gill do more
towards her substantial independence than
in talking till dooms day against a pop o
ignorant monomaniacs wholly beneath our
notice, who are really as impotent to
harm us, as they are worthy of Our

. Shocking Murder,
.4. fricud just from Ocala informs us that
he left that community in a high state of
' excitement on account of the murder, by
- one of his own negroes, of Dr. KEITT of
s that place. It seems that the murderer
, had been heard to utter threats againstthe
r lifoof his master for soveralweekspreviouz
r to tire murder, and the latter had been
l warned that his life was in danger. The
- Doctor had such implicit confidencG in his
servant that he gave no head to these re-
presentysions. On Saturday night,1ast,
- prphably but a shoit time after his master
g liacl retired, the assassin entered the room,
n prepared for his bloody work. There was
r evidence of a desperate struggle before the
g unfortunate victim yielded to his tpagic
- fate, and it appears almost certain that the
r murderer was aided by at least one accom-
r plice. The Doctor was found with his
throat so out as almost to sever his head
- from his body. Severe outs were also
d .,,, ,, ..... (1.: 1:ft I if it had been
... 1 ..1 = sa. .
I .- .r .:.r rt.. 0... 1--- v *PI --
,,, .. p, m..pal .u ri** '- ....

tound .<. J ul...r *. .r 1. ...
the negro. Bl...] a r... ,i : .
r under the negro's nails. The conclusion
indicated by these elecausstances is con-
n firmed by the agitation of tite primacr when
charged with the crime. 110 with two
otherasuspected of complicity in his nefa-
rious design, is now in jail awaiting trial.
It was generally supposed at Only that he
r would be dealt with by a process more sum-
mar than that of law

ag., We are happy to stato, that ALEX
ANDER MAms, Esq., many years since, the
- able editor of the Rochester American,
at that time one of the conservative whip
papers, and m9re recently connected with
a Rail-road jotirnal, has arrived in our city
with the view of becoming a resident.
Tholigh lawyer by profession, and for
many years "n the editorial chair, we 12n-
derstand Mr. MANs is looking to agricul-
tural pursuits as the odum can dignitute
front his more exciting life amid polities
and news papers. Fortunate is ,he, who
is thus enabled to consult his inclinations
and not dredge on through life.

our dTT re haRpy to, see hi our City
Publisher of Bha Jacksouville Standard.
He looking remarkably fine health, a con-
tinuance of which we heartily wish him.

WAsmNoron's Blitra DAf.--The
guests of the Planter's Hotel colobrated
this day. Being unable to be present, we
are not furnished with the particulars. We
perfume every thing was so arranged as to
be worthy of a day which'gave to the world
a man whose beneficial influence has been
equated by few 0.1the great of carth. .
Altar*. By the last arrival from Europe,
as published if the Charlestoo papers, we
see that the Emperor of France has sup-
presse# L' Uniqcrs, the leading Roman
Catholio Journal of Paris. It is also stated,
that the Ern)pero n]2as written ano ex et"

in avor ag go of -pl owi the Roma use the
choice of their own government.

The Bristol News states that responsible
droversofVirglula Tennessee and Kentucky

"atesle on oo st? ee > or 8gtf
lishment on the joint stock principle: It I
will require a capital of $300-000 to begin

L .1, and expended
R. a p* .. .. I to the neg-
up ,,.. ... .rI ..* the sups
ply f their or 1......erly thi
lusiveoult ,, we pg., i. ...1 re. a greater
ent than at present, s Finding cotton
generally more lucrative crop, it wa
raised to .. .. 1. .1 ..1 at... necessary pro
visionsapractice1 >.. L -.0......[ el.. : .10.
inst and mostpractbalplanters soog learned
from experilnec to be detrimental. Now
he is esteemed an unsuccessful planter
who fails in his provision crop). The plan
ter, who is epmpelled to obtain food for hi
Lands from his neighbor, or a distanteity
can never be ,:.3. r, J...,r He is more o
less under the entrol of that neighbor o
the trader of that city. Further, muel
time, thought, and expense must lie em
ployed in iLu --11 *DID: -,,.1, ..,!.[.1 -5 .
Thispriticiplehas aneqqal application
to States or sections pf our poetry, when
ever that section is capable of producing
thSrequired article. New England ca
never produce cotton, and she must ove
be dependent on the South for it. So lon
as the South looks to the north or to Eu
rope for her cotton and broadeloths, he
wrous, her saddlery, her harness, he
so., her hardware, even the hoes and
ploughs used by hei negroes in the culti
r k-1 of her. own. soil, her entrines an
n ..Mr. sy, and al..7 rt..u ,ae
4 an p....nar".>a am .4 o:-, *
I ni pera'enr. TL

a so.i n-al: 1-..< ab to r "
broken friendsh!pe,4pg of u .J.
to secure advantages over those more o
less to be afected y them.
As a portion of this country what is i
the way of the South assyming a position
}....,...3.1 n." Remarkably favored
chest Ea. i..... .ng snows interupting her
daily pursuits, with nonecessitvof laboring
six months to prevent starvation, the othe
months, witha greatlydeversified soil, with
the South, with the choicest timber, why
shoulathe South be the tributary of any
section? Did we manufacture a consider
able portion of what we consume, thriving
villages and towns would be springigg up
all over the country. Greater value would
be imparted to the land. It would beget
amorevariedproduction. Itwouldcreate
a greater demand for Rail-roads and add
immensely to their travel and transporta
tion and consequent profits. Take an ex-
ample to illustrate,
Our hides are soldtothemerchanttrans-
ported north, there converted first into
leather and then into shoes, having, sad-
dies, &e., gndbrought back and again sohi
to and used by him why furnished the
hides. Inthe preset roundabout mode'
the hides pass from him who produces
them, 1st to the Southera merchant; 2nd
to the carrier who is probably a northern
whipowner; 3rd to the Itierchant in New
. Yorl- or Easton; (th to the tanner and
m:cier; 5th back to the leather merchant;
Dix to the shoe or harness maker; 7th to
the shoe or harness dealer; 8th it is
bought by the Southern merchant; 9th it
is committed again to the ship master Tor
reconveyance; 10th it is sold to the peo-
ple who furnished the hides. Every one
of these ten parties through whose hands it
passes, makes a handsome profit, out of the
article, which tl e Southern purchaser has
to pay, aml the skin returns at an added
cost of Ju. .. 1 I per cent. This is a tax
which we attheSouthnoy .. ... p.,z
The towgof Lyou if Massachusetts
is only a sterile sand bank. Yet her leather
manufactures artiount to all.- a. ...u.nli _
St. Augustine is more favorably situated
for this manufacture. The material is all
around us. The enterprise is only needed
for our success, without the expense of this
double transportation and quadruple coin-
missions. Leather has been selected mere-
lyse an illustration of the way4 in which

Ae ording to this rule re any one
speak of 200 non000. or :-ny g ven
number, as .. ac..h. he is to as-
certain first whether they are "practicul"
and usufidently instructed" Roman Catho-
lics. Now does he happen to know 200-
000,000, or of the fourth of that amount
caring that particular stamp ? Where are
they? I have read in the semious and cat-
echisms oc eloquent prelates prepared for
Catholies, most fervout rebukes of those
among their hearers or readers, who were
not "true Catholies." How many of that
sort are in Italy now ? How many in Sar
dinia, with its 6,000,000 of "Catholios,"
whom the Pope has been so often ready to
cast off during the last ten years ? Where
would our censor place tlpe Romaguese,
ht illi f It ll C h li





.0 iBilk HOtel 9
N pursuance of law, I JAMES 11UCITANAN,
President of the United States of >\utorica, AR LESTON, S. C,
Ir y clare nak I
n il}}

ln iices in T~the State f Fljori~d-a, at e


(eg offgy

ROJRlliaV8RR LOttery,
-For the benefit of the---
or .usrn court, amonam
Authorized by Special Act.of Legislature




(Tgg (V g gbo*gy
To be drawn in Tbli ander the or suep rr

inst purpose, in the

City of Savannah Geor.ia
,., ,
LAP Tad PukT

Tickets only $10.
Class GS, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 1860.
Class 34, to be Drawn Jan. 14, 1880.
Class 55, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 1860.
Class 56, to be Drawn Jan. 28, 1860.
On the Plan of Single Numbers,

IOUSAR( 11(' 0 3

1 Prize of Sco,000 is 000,000


1 s
1 8 000 is 2,000
1 o
1 1100 is 1,100
5 are 5,000 p
20 are 5,000

200 are 400 i
go a 150 are 7,500
100 a 100 are 10,000
4 E izes of $200 approximating to

4 1T cos of 150pr eproxin ing to800
20.000 prize are 600,
re, or e. ... ...
5.000 400
4 Prizes of 140 approximation to
4.000 prian are asy
1 P.--c, ..; ... ..p. e..

1,500 prize are 32
8 Prizes of 80 aperoximating to
1,100 prize are 240.
400 itesof inspproximating 180000

25,000 Prizessf 10 are ..... 50,000

25,828 a'ting to.......'S$69,040

\%hOle TicketS $10, HalYES $1
QRarbrS $UO.

The numbers froml to 50,000 corresponding
with those numbers on the tickets printed on
separate slips of paper, are encircled with small
tin tubes and placedin one wheel.
The Urst UD Prizes, similarly printed and en
circled, are placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a nufabpr
is drawnfrotu the wheel of Numbers, and at the
sa t itStodn nt athe'rn e
cir.Lwn from the other wheel. The number and
Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited to the
audience, and registered by the Commissioners;
The Prize being placed against the Number
a repeated until the.
1.. r
41pp. at hat.... Fli Pt I .t-s.-The two
.. .. Numbers to
I .. n. n. I 1 will be enti-
tled to the 448 Approximation Pazes. For ex-
am le:til e i 1 ts11050barTs so : .

11251,11252 will each he entitled to 8200. If
Ticket No. 550 draws the $15,000 Prize, those
tickets numbered 548, 549, 561, 552, will each
be entitled to (fl50, and so on according to the
above scheme.

Certif.iortes of Pacilinges I be
solds ts. = II .. .:h is the risk:
Cer, I I I Tickets...SGO
10Half 80
10 Quarter 15

IN ORDERING 'it 10 1 hil <1E E 17 50
Enclose the m<. .
ordered, onreceiptofwhichtheywillbeforward-
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e. I---. --- .. designate.
a so... and prizes will be
sent to purchasers immediately after the draw-
9@,, Purchasers will please write their sig-
naturesplain, and give their postoffice, county,

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and payable in full without deduction-
Ti@.. A11prizes 51,000 and under paidimme
,, .,, ... i. .. .t ,- prizes at the

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Hurfuert Tocui Fla, Wm Ovington 8 11
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-DEPAR'TEDTIIIS LIFE, in Charleston S. C.,
on she 11thiust., AUGUSTUp'OUJAUD Esq ,,
Who was bornin the city of Paris, France, out
the 12thof April, 1779, audfors period of sixty
yesparesideur of these United States.
Mr. P., was formerly residents of this City.
To: -?- al .= .8 the Sith just., Mrs.
--., passauments:P:Inless I

0 The London Times thays of in 11
p.e..gayal ]..rr .: (tt.. ,- .r. Juttri
.J.II...cAr x, a ... o ....0 out for
Rosaris'ekaonel and the whole group of
}nja::ds as against IInto channel, a third
with eives Sau Juan to
to; 1 -i 2 I .. : remaining islands to
Ameries. StonederJAeistheconcession,
th them evie a inveteni outwillbo ked

which the49th ar::lh:1 now eats in two.n
Alar; e Moort-li force attacked the right
wing of th- a .. ... 1 .... .. 1st inst. The
assailant, I st 1, ...3 the Spaniards
then carried all the positions of the Moors.
Lu.-s on men ide. '?,000.
The Paris Hourse was greatly depressed>
owing to ignoleon's breach with the Pope.
Use London Post has aptomated that
Asiand and France had formed an alliance
and furn=nliy detr:r-trined that there shall be
I latervention in Italse aggirs.
'i he I in oilfuncury are daily begorising
p ore selfous.

Trom Washington
,twillows, 101). 16.-The Senate
evided from its franking amondinent and
2 posted the EU tal bill, and it, bushince been
signed by the besident
A resolution was7adopted authorising the
arre 1of Sundborn Brown, jr., and Redpath,
for eunicisqdal the mininittoo.
A bill lb the frankin rivi-
lege alter 3.. 1.. is l April was d
passe ,
1 ,, ,J. ,,, ,, '
1. 1... ....., ".. ,,..1, was confirmed
ps Commissioner offatents.

3 4
A line pain PONEY, also works in

's .0. 20

cod Cook
A 'srae a froner. For
p gre apply at this o co-

7 IIIRTY days after date I will apply to the
Judge of Frphase of St. Johns county for
perne.usne to sell . anal Estate of
Lewis sy, 100 40 ..outs.)
1 = 1 I' MICKLER.
St. Aqgustine, FA. 18 180U.

CilX months after date, I shall make lica
I ion to i i., 1. I bate of S .pohn

charge as the Administratris 1 Jxior my dis
Million I; Estat
I ,,,,
Feb. 10. Jew. Aduguistrazrix.

4 Cit. Atlantic-Choice Vegetabk.<, Fruits &c
) Dried Fruits ke. D. E. CARE
Uet. 1.



O'""t?" "'??:i':a.":::::1it\'"":
akled Salmon, Mackerel, Iler-
ring, blatini / B. EnCARE.
Jan. .'1 "
RON Pote, Kettles, Bake Ovens, Spiders'
Skillets, Griddles, Waflic Irons, Corn Mills,
it ing Pass, Smooth Irous, Gridir s eiR.

er- Call at the new Store under the Ma-
sortic Lodge opened by HERTZ, if you
want cheap and prime articlesin the Gro

cery Line and other littleNick.uacks.
-w--pples 0-,- Starch, Lemous,, Graham
Tuptoca, Maccuroal, Yeas
Powders, Hops, Sods, Croam Tartar.
W Jan. 21. 8.. E., QAER.





ILL be sold on the first Monday in Au-

ity St. en ,e Cpoeu Housein the
o muchthereofaswillpay.theState undeounty

a5xesh die I sur fdue.thereon for t ym
he undivided half of a tract of land situated on
he Noxth river about 16 miles North of St.

n, r ,,. .. ,, t

act of Leonardy and ub nds Bei

72 .
o are a seC:oROGE OS e Ex-of. Tax

Assessor F.. I i.r. .
Jan.7, isco.

M 31

7 uO to .

... ez
.. .... .
vt .1.:?< 4.rea.

1.. r ..
--- --
T.tL 6 E Sale.
FILL be sold on the first Monday of May

ugustne t, .. .. F settoor us st,
o tand coulnSt to es ml c cpencesth=5tuh GLOR
owit: a .. IT
joining 11 1.. s. 1. c. is .. ,, g..4,,3.
.i j li &. Ex oiE
Tax Assessor & Collector, S.J. C.
The above sale is for the purpose of perfect
ng the titles.

The School under the are of

2 sisinori 1 rvillo
for e on of ten months. Instructions will

,, 11sigher Alathe-

3 hs in ,imnrose-
now enabled to offerit to the Traded
The attention of customers is respeoffully
alled to the rubjolved table, the result of a
photometrical exan.ination, by JOd'd N.< Kent
Fsq of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 3,


,,,,,, .
urmug Flu 4 La ok. MS

c.t a 6<
2A85 $1 00 84 10
1.2 0 63 4 85
833 1 00 12 00

850 2 23 26 47
300 87 29 00

Reliable n ers from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, killed, 0-1 application to

Karoscue is alse to be Atained at a lan-

ufaecture F:10 of >!l io Fow York lude
ing a . .. .* .. ,
E B.-fEROSENE ib the trade-
rwd of the Kerosene Oil Co., ami all
l>errous are contioned against wsing the
so d trade-mark;or other oils.
Oct. 15. Sm


8 itti oti dp 1 n
House, as well as the traveling 1. .1
h. ,i ., i1 repaired and l...... 1
an a .. ? ... ohnges Which will add to its
comfort as a home, and as a public resort. He
wouM also take occasionto assure thern -that
no viort will be pa red on the putt of himself,
or assistant e, on Act sojotunat the

casant and satisfactory, r
BOARD PElt DAY, a ..


built and newly furnist. a 0 ,
sideoftheSt Johnsris --
lata at th toominus out .

I ** .

Raild is em 1vill 1 1
Dec. 10 1850.
----- ---
To the Physicious of the Southern State
'II i. .I I is i. ri L [
ll- I I L >* r I. I 4. ( .1
1 am now ., I .. witi, ,
nac 13randy, I wr I. ]** *
private use. The immense success that has
Qw" luT off tu3ex 2reatpure am wit
Elihiodam Schuapps, and drive t of 1

,, / ,\ .

it e init Rates, within six utiles m end
side ofthorailroads urrent St..Iohn's river, at
Jacksonville, to the waters of Escambia bay, no
or near Pensacoht:" and "from Pensneola to
the State line of Ahabama, 111 the direction of
Montgomery;" subject, as required by Inw, to
a minimum of two dollare undfifty cents per acre,

LYorth of the buse lineandscast of the prin-
tipal meridimi.
1 ,,,] 0 1
....' .',.
.. 4. ... and 8.

1- ., and5, of ranges10and
-, or rang a is, lo, a

To 1 j2 ,ad .r...
Townshipa l, ', -- A 1 .. -. .1 27.
Townships 1, 2, 8, 5, and 0, of ranges 28 and

Ti to s 1, .?, 8, 4, 5, and 6, of ranges 30'

South of the base 11. I the prin-
Townships 1, of range v1 ?
Townships 1 and 2,
Townships I, 2, and
Townships I and 2, .
North of the base line anc east of the prin-
cipal meridi u.
Township 2. of range 1. \
Townshipe l and 2, of rang 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

To il 1 ranges 11 a 12.


v. c. acus

N'ov. F

i 0..

u h .r
ount s ar I ,. t

One thousand Acres of land, Nbrth of New
myrns, bounded North by **.... u.3 15<., is
outh by Dulumell's, last by th. ..: fear I. y
ublic lands.

The above Talx 3ollectto ofp le of f ot-
ng the ti'le.
Nov.12 P. B. DU Agent.

t. Augustine City MillsCo.
ye. a In Chancer
Net asu Cobb. J
of s. Decree of the Romanoust*of
... _, ., OE '"2: Lear-
r fed ."uLly Of El ,g
ini c 1 al .-sp.,e f,;.s-
..i say f lushary Mar,
t y 7 a r- le.4

-.- ** II "*
Terms of sale: onehalf 1 .!. y 1. .. -
ney to be paid in cash on ** sj 1 -, su I
t 0 n itwo1yeartedith to e
held until thepaymertsare completed.
The above sale is postponed until the f a
**** .
ft ** ,onsent of,
parties to first womay 5 0 Mareadst.,.

st. Augustine, st. Joh::s county as county.
Nov.29,1859. deeB

Y virtue of sundry executions issued out a
the Circuit court for the county of St.
Johns Eastern Circuit ofFlofida to me directed
against Francis Bridier of said county, I have
levied upon and will edll at public sale, before
the Court House door in the city of St. Augus-
tine on Monday the first day of August, be-
by then us htourstorsale, the following de-

A House and Lot in Charlotte street in the
city of St. Augustine,
Known as City Hotel.
A House and Lot in Picolata street bounded
N. by said street, E. by Lot formerly-of Coine-
lius Dupont, W. by Lot of Mrs. C. Foster.
500 Acres Land 12 mile swamp known as
John Ginopoly's.
101 Acres Land North River known as Shell

IbaldAbe s Land, Pellicer's Creek, formerly of
5 shares in City Saw Mill.
!TA., The above sale is postponed until la
a ,,1 --. December next.
11 = >ve sale is postponed until the first
Monday in January 1860.
The above sale is postponed until the firs
Monday in March next,
L* *" I'"
Shor .ua y
St. Augustino. August 1859.

am now prepared to offer to my old friends
of this Ancient city and St. Johns county a
most splendid assortment of fall and winter dry
goods at very low prices for cash or. city ac-
ceptances .st sixty and minety days credit with
approved endorsers. Orders from my country
frien lyacetoemdp iteodwT rets eacr En tek

tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser.
My country friends may rely upon it if they
seud me orders for dry goods that they will be
put up with great care and attention to give en-
tire satisfacolon to the purchaser. All amounts
purchased at this house over twenty dollars.
will bo allowed a frve per cent. off, for cabh.-
Tou have here a list of a few of my large ne-
sortment of goods.
consisting of Frenchbroad Cloth, Doe skin Cas-
sweares, Filot Cloths, Satinetts and K. Jean

./ ,as /. ... ,..\ I,, ...1. g
gro a 0 . I ........ ..,-to ..
nee :a ..... ... .. y, M .
much Prints, I -: ... Ilose, Gents
Merino under ... : ? .... *.1 .=, Mourning
L 1...., a .. FI .... i...u if ... French and
1 uu la a I. ... Red and WJsitaElannels.
1 Nov.

South of the base line and st oftke yn-in- (es, :sp< b aries and me mi men, cipal mendeat years past, to solicit me to pursue the can a
Township 1, of ranges 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, course in regard to thh article of Brandy. 1
and D. should have complied with these requests from
Townships 1 and 2, of ranges and 11. all toluarters loug ago, but was deteriod from it
At the land office at Newnansy le, comment 1 Br .. .
my on iooSnday tthe tifth day of t ch xte, or ness of the grape crop fo\emic years, there

numbered sections and parts of ye one, withirt was no chance of my be ng able to import the
the undermentioned townships, Alich remain choicest Brandy, bottle it and sell it at 2node-
to the United States, within six unfes on each ratedpril to e a)zithe grap Swool

a n I to the as 1 1. .. .. I ,, .,, for this) was abundant, and prices of Brandy
or near Pensacola;" ... I e- -- .-- ... l... I luive fallell to the standard of ten years ago.-
on the Atlantic, toC etr laters of T.2npa bay 11'heeduty on Brandy is alsja : in

I io jetco, as re to by at u o' with 7wr Brandy exporters in France, of the
2nininist of two dollars and fift! cewsper acre, highest repute, awl ..
a ? .110 a ,
viz: .. I .. . selling, as Wolfe 8 Genuine Co-
South of the base line and east of 6 pr/h- gue E i .,
c of Meridian, and c

1 L, 2. I 4, --- I or e .
Tow ships I, 2, 2, 4, 13, 14, and 13, very <1. '
14. times in ten. was deceived with a vile manufac-
Townships 2, 8, 4, 12, JS, Jd, And 13, a tured intilmion. Of all descriptions of ardent
range 15. pirits, handy, front its high price, has been
Townsteit1s 8, 4, 11, 12, 18, and 14, 0 a on{t late / art > a la: 11i: so lia'

Townships 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 13, and 13, 1 4 French Brandy La e been
ran 1~ i. tin;ough the lowl, and have

To1m Ep 3, 4, lo, 11, and It, of ran \text sad win e : 4 e tl
3, 4, 8, and 9, of ranges 19 and ix\m e: fly grixve, < "lroyee from delist Tr(
Townships 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and, 9, of h\ n, Anal unprincipled men .. to tualke
ranges 21 and 22, up cupig compounds and sell the pure
township 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of range Fr< b Brandy.
23. I virtues of pure French Drabdy need not
Townships 1, 2, 8, and I r .. ^ J he b by me. They are hunwn throughout
At die land office at .I coin- the 1 Id as a medicine or mild othnulant. 1,
meaning on Monday, the twousy-seventh day is, as a French nation 11, call it "Eau
of February ext, for the disposatof the vacant de 1, the water of ..I I .= this applies
'ands in the even-ausibered sections arid parts of to it a y when pure and unaduliorated. Man-
sections, within the undernientioned townships, afactu I witil
which rewam t dhe Unite states, w1ithirt six 0 good nitatio \ thousands af, our race.

John's river, at Jacksouville, I I1. I 1 ... I avil, I have commenced int-
Escambia bay, at or near : .. I *** I 11 :: and selling it as
sland, an the 11 Brandy." I am
.. .. 1 ,,,,, 1 ,, with a branch to Cedar daily race ing orders from the druggists and
Key, in the Gulf Mexico;" subject, as re- a *1-- al trts of the Union, to sell it
quiredhy law, to a minimum of two dollars and .. ** ...1
/fty cents per acre, viz: UDOLPHO TYOLFE,
North of the busoline and crest of the rm, o. 22 Beaver Street, New York.
id- -- ^ 9 New Orleans: E. J. Hart &
tipubacy Lan' Co I .. & Co;, J. T. Moore & Co.
Township 1 and '}, Nov. 10 Gm
Townships 2, gn4 ..-, .,es 24, 25, 26, SH R
7, and IFF'S SALE.




$ OO 000.

0Kief 0.-2 7 BROADTVAY, and

This Company Insures Buildings, Merchaft-
disc, Ships, and their Cargoes, in Port, House-
hold Furniture, and Personal Property
generally :
.1015 BODINS, Vice President.
W:J. JAFb.LRY, Secretary.

kno ts. Agent, St. Augustine.

A large va it I'oy 00T el ohanys.
Nov. 12 T. N3 LSON

( ..:-9 gg (
a 9

km a 99 ,
..1, 0 & oa
Four Horse Troy Coaches, Carriages and Light
Wagons, all connecting with the several
SAVANNAH Steamers.
Conveyances always in readiness awaiting ar,
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time, 3 hours.
Arrivals and Departures from Charleston twice
a weet-Everglade, via Savannah. Caroli-
na direct.
And SA auto lEt esp t GMin s, inland

latka, steamer 1 .. .. saturday.
.11 I ., Proprietor.
St. Augustine.

TAKEN up andcoanmitted to jail
in St..?ohns countyasaruuaway

about 50;
amur ish complexion 5 foot 14 inches

/hoSaybhisatantleds Jack.d He is clot it
cloth jacket. le says that he was last ownbd by
the estate of Abraham Bossent, doccased, of Du-
val county. The owner is requested to come
forward, pay expenses audtake him away.
Sheriff St. Johns County,
May 28.

South of the base line audeust of the prin-
cipal queridian.
Townships 1, 2, and 3, of ranges 23 ad 20
Lands appropriated by law for the use of
schools, anilitary, and other purposes Logether
th the "swamp and overflowed" lands, will
be exchided front the sales.
The tracts along the lines of the railroads
/ aT onatd
the routes will
l>e sold as containing tl e quantities respective-
ly shown on the official plats, without dedue-
The offering of the above lands will be com-
menced on the days appointed, and will pro-
eyed in order in which they are advertised until
the whole shall have been offered, and the sales
thus closed; but no sale shall he kept open
, .q ,i. two weeks, nu 11noepai ji t it
after the expiration of the two weeks.
Given under my hand, at the city of Wash-
ington, this lifteenth day of November, anno
Domini one thousand eight hundred and fifty

3 e President: JAMES BUCITANAN.
S. A. Surra, Conwaissioner of the General
Land Qffice.
Every person entilitled to the right of pre-
eruption to any of thq lands within the town.
ships above onunner::ted is required to estag-
lishth me t he sai factiondf tiobRegister

snake payment therefor as soon as practicable
after seeing this notice, and before the day ap-
pointed for the commencement of the public
.1 Iin 1 tracts claimed;
ll... .. ., 1, 1...=...11 I I doited.
4. 11.11 commission
a. Land Ofice.
Dec. 10.


Y virtue of Execution iss led out of the
Circuit Cour or the counties of Volusiaand
,, '- .. = r rida and to
William U.
Giles et. al. Ps.Ruls K. Sewalland wife, 111ave
levied itpon and w? expose for sale at Susan-
nah, Brevard countyFlavide on the 1st Monday
of April i .. ...I 1. .... of sale the (01
lowing 3 1 1

ilni xf Lthree Acces, a the
e....; 10,000 acres more
ranted to Samuel
I 1813and canf\rm-
II 1. .. Ti li
The algove sale is : c... I until the 1st
Monday an May.
The above sale is pos ed until the first
Monday in June.
Th afor ale is posti ed until the first
.1 is postps until the first
Monday in August'
The sibove sale is ;=, ,,s the farst
Monday in Septembe >
The above saleis postpone util the fxrst.
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed til the first
Monday in November next.
The above salois postponed til the first
31 daybin D 01eent erp toned I the firs
monday in Jaunary yext.
The above sale is postponed 6 the first
Monday in February next.
AInr. 5. 812. 3 S 11 EL ,
IrUST *I. *.. New
e) Yorl, ..I. .. 1. .. l..n ions
Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Buckwheat, tod
r 11. E. C ,
La 1.

2 8 8 *
-g UST received a fresh supply of Family Gro.
ey as at
SWIKNEY'S Cash Store.
Oct. 15.
yULLANS Azes, SpadesShovels, Cornblills
Grulbing 11oes, Curry Combs Re.



-1 >* Al
e Egilkilks 18*


p. hits been leased f mthe
years by sam. Le Buf-
former proppetor, of ct
Acksonville, who again es "

Jan. 7.


ST. 40000 sp .

Trans: at Bonrders, at per'day.

ory, Ober w'ky
Slugle an uE l a. u... r .1 fire-places,
eligible situat will as 1. 1 '* .
d, excl1 ive of roomsEx 1 es

25 cents.
.. .. 3 r..ra and one uniform pr ee.
----- --------------
004 ASSOUtmeRL


AT ,

Tr 7 virtue of two Executions issued out o
ort1 n t icSitates 1Dist -ilet Court dt-ec ce
against Francis Brider of the city of St. Augus-
at r %dTfe levied on andu 11it -1. .).au
eity of St. Augustine on the first Monday in
March at 32c'clock M. the following described
property, or a part thereof, as levied upon pre-
rious. I LO.- L ... I F St. Johns county, vu:
: A I .. : ... I L. a so Charlotte Street in the
way of .\--
knovu as City Hotel.
A House and Lot in Picohita Street, bounded
N. by saidst., E. by a lot formerly of Cornelius
Lupont, West by a lot of Mrs. Foster.
500 Acres Land in 12 mile Swamp, known as
John Genopoleys.
161 Acresofland moreorlessonNorth River,

bo3TAest sh d on Pellicer's Creek, far-
on r LACKB MEal

By Geo. J. Zehnbauer, Deputy.
St. Apgustine. Jan.27, 1860

EGS leave to inform Ihe citizens of St. Au^
- .., seed surrounding viewity, and so-
-7, .un.. us during this winter that he
t a... -.. I and la now opening at the old
.stand, at Mrs. Mason's brown building, corner
of Charlotte street and Market square per Schs.
Mary Louisa and Atlantic direct from N. Tork
a well selected stock of Dry Goods and Gro
series, consisting in part of the following ar-
e-ino Inhoo renc an E s 0,

In 1., d 1 ma / -1.,. rs. o :.... ... .
6 De b Book and Swibs Muslins
Calicoes, agen, ,

Elankets, blue, redanagrey. Shawls long and

uarieb^oItsses ha Shawls Kersys K'y.1 Jea
Itibbous, Velvets Moriantic Fringes of all colors
shades and quality, Zephyr TYorsted split and
whole, all Sundes and colors, Ivory Crochet
leadies, Neck Laces, Glass Beads and Itosaries,

3 ravarigated Almo sieb 2 4
Trench K kii zed hal se akdl IThSt 1

e oriqIo' les lan eco to i
White Granite
and Earthen Ware, purchased at the N. York
recent iarge trade sales. All the above will be
sold a trifie above contfbr cash*
1 most cordially return my most, sincere
thanknto my many sincere friends had numer-
nus customers of this Aucient City for 1he libe-
ral*pttronage bestowed on me for the past five
years and solicit a continuance of the sense. I
nattermyself that I will be ableto compete
wash any other housdin the trade, having Inada
the' prweipal part of my purchases for cash
aramon account of the large importation thrown
on 100 5. York Market during the suunner
Ger. 22 M. DOWNEY.


No. 651. Merchants' Hotel' "ET 6 '3HNARj r the. care of I e oOLL OR Ld 1.
BY THE PRESIDENT OF TIIE U. CORNER OF KING AND SOCIETY -, ,,, Misses Mather & Brown will open ON THE PLAN OF THE gust next, before the Court Housein the
le .3-' on Thursday the 18th of October city St. Augustine, the following property or
STATES. STREETS, of ten months. Instructions will ROJAllIRVRHS LOttery, so much thereof as will pay the State and county
1 1--. n in P -711111 (including higher Mathe- Taxes and expenses due thereon for the year
Npynn unwo lensul L SBUCHAN} CHARLESTON, 8. C. j. xchanblitusic. rol aL 00--- li ubd zl7oofa rt Ta du u te
do hereby dpclare and make Ic.. .. 11. the North river about 18 miles North of St.
lic sales will be held at the ... !- K EROSENEOlL UNION ACADE1YEY' Augustine, bounded on the North by trnets of
land offices in the State qf El J. B. NIXON, PROPE1ETOR OF JASPER COUNTY, GEORGIA, Hitlinals Smith, F. P. Sanchez and publielands,
TIIENEWYORK KEROSENE OIL CO. East and TYest by public lands, and South by
s. ll- 1.-- -1 I -il -1-, ---- Authorized by Spec'al Act of Legislatur9 trnet ofLeonardy andpubliciands. Being see.
on Monday, the tivoutieth day of February next, The subscriber havin on the above well (ESTABLTS11En 1854.) as of T. 5. s. R. so E. and according to the
or ; o on n 11,':o'i'2 on hF ipo 25828 PRIZES 2::;: -r::::x 7:2;:9;ittere:

Life United States, within six miles on caph as s 131 mi 1 alat >1 ,di 02 now enabled to offerit to the Tradbat IVIORE TI-IAN ONE PRIZE TO torove TeCea d1 eZiox-oir. Tax.

a th I n unks c an a b ene dt.t The adA RE U t R spectfgUy EVERY TWO TICKETS. Jan.#i or soonectorst.Johnscounty.

the State line of Alabanna, in the direction of ort a E11t1sko decision to as arial enjn called to the snhjoined table, the result of a McKIMEY & 00., HanagerS. TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
Mo t omery; subt 124
vb: "OLD MERCHANTS'> 1850. tendency of two Commissioners, appointed for JL) bateCoxig of St. John's County audio
orth of he base litteatulwest of the}758- pasant and satisfactory. that purpose, in the me dCjected, I ShiaHdKeC ford .1- di.... I
otpal meridata. BOARD.PER DAY, $1.50. City of Savannah Georgia. the usual hours of sale on Monday the 6th day
Townships 1 arid 2, of ramge 1. ct. 15. Sin MATERIAL. LAlllP. ofrFebruaryd860; alliLatecertain1 jet of Land
Townships 1, 2, and 3, of ranges 2 and 3. .4 P
afai7 1.. .e TOOQI HOUSE CAPITAL PRIZE 2- 1. ':... ."is??:::>
.. d 4,qi ', and 8. or ICs Floo idPios ny I Kerosene ~ Kerosene. 13 689 training T The and so orty Eigh acres..

I I ...1 5, of ranges 11 and 12 for the reception of Boar ders. Camphens. Caniphone. 5.625 1859 and necessary e:6p
,, I 4 of ranges 18, 14, and This Hotel has recently been TVhale Oil. Solar. 1.802 0- The above sale is postponed until first 3fon-

To ad ips 2, 3, 4, and 5, of ranges 16 and skl 0 tihe St. Job x il s o mO L 'HCILOiS Only $10. day 2nd syD. xJ s ty.

17 r -, 3; and 4, a ranges 18, 19, 20, I .... .. is connecting th po nt Burnin Fluid Large Wick. 553 HALVI'(, QUAPTOPbSEHAT EIGHTS IN St. Augustine, Dec. 311855.

p 7,td3, n1 1 r .. e- .:u. 3 at 6 2 -o-2-- TAX CO1100,tOr's Sale.
,,i 1, 2, and a 0 TO BEDRA WNEACH8ATURDA1 TILL be sold, on the first Monday of May
@gpships 2, 2, s, 5, 8 no for board win please appl to IN JANUARY 1860. August tt o a as jtu on intst.
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 8, of ranges 30, J. W. SN.OlY, Tocox Fla. .gy, Stateandcountj taxess id expenseednethereon
31, and 32. Dec. 10 1850. for the year 1859, by the heirs of DeFougeres,
0 0 CITY ()F SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. to wit: a Lot opposite B. E. Carr a store; a Lok
4 or as asse use or are ro a musicabs or as soream see 2. a oo so crass es, so a n,.v. an. 7, asso sooining South die Walen House; a Lot ad-
capa wriel WOLFE'S GENUINE COGNAC BRANDY, 1. Class 54, to be Drawn Jan. 14, 1801). Jo nulg 11 rt j@ 1 O, Ms 3 Ex off.

1 IT P. TYOLFE'S GENUINE FORT WINE' 706 1 25 17 70 Class 53, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 1860. Tax Assessor & Collector, S. J. C.
Townships 1, 2, and 3, of lange 80. 'TrOLFE'S GENTINE3IADE1RAWINJO' 850 2 25 20 47 Class dio, to be D wn Jan. 28, 1800. 1 .. -- the purpose of perfeet-
Townships I and 2, of range 31. WOLFE'S GENUINE SHERRY TVINE. 800 87 29 oo On the Plan o ingle Kumbers 2. n. anxs, seas.
North of the basp line and cast of thopr@1- I am now supplying the trade with pure Cog Nov. 5.
cippl peridlan. My Brqudy, it ..1 .it for medical and Relable onlers front the Trade, by Mail or flif I HR( T (a 9
Township 2, of range 1 private use. .. .. .. success the h Teleginph, filled, on application to TAX COLLECT.G. .t .\i.L
,i., 1 Ad,2, orxanges2, 3,4, 5,6, 7, 3romnee n are tsd ce pre ( ie AUS1 p et, N. Y. I Prize of co 00 a T "j-1. }di fore .. .. is u .
Township 1, of ranges 11 and 12. I datlic meljj to a his o it of e Kerosene is also to be obtained at the >Ian- 1 10,000 is 10,000 J ne next, the following property, or so
South of the base Hue adul cast oftheyrin- to m}h jun led 0 endia g d c of aurers' Pricesro e .11 1 e I u 1 Of 4,000 intlyda ne xp slespt e ere"tate a
cipal meridium years past, to solicit ine to pursue the sento Ing -turers and Dealers in Lamps. 1 3,000 is ye e t! & at leirs of Don Fungersoto wit;
Township 1, of ranges 1, 2,' 3, 4, 5, 8, 7, 8, course in regard tq the article of trandy. I N .B.-KEROSEXE is the trade- smyrna, ded rion by ( Im 's 12neds
and D. should have complied with these requests froin mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all 1 't 1,100 is 1,100 south iry Dummon s, East by the riverwest by
Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 10 and 11. 1811 1 1-r- 'xt lias cler cad f 0. persons are cautiourd against using the 3 1,000 are 5,000 public lands,
At the land office at Newnansville, commenc- of Brandyia France, consequent upon the short- said trade-mark for other oils. 10 a 500 ore 5,000 THOMAS T. BROORE,
ing on Monday, the.fifth day of March next, for iness of the grape crop for some years, there Oct. 15. Em a 400 are 800 Tax Collector ofVolumacounty.
the disposal of the vacant lands in the even- 1sts no chance of my being able to import the 2 800 are 600 The above sales for the purpose of perfect-
stumbered sections and parts of accoons, within choicest handy, bottle it and sell it at mode- THE PARK "4 200 are 400 ingthe title.
the undermentioned towg>ships, which remain rath price. Fortunately for me, the grape crop 150 are 7,500 Nov.12 P. 3. DUMAS, Agent.
to the United States, within six nules on each for the last and previous year (and the prospect FIRE INSURAXCE COMPANY 100 100 are 20,000
side of the railroads "front St. John's river, at for this) was abundant, and prices of Brandy APPR XIMATION PRIZES SHEMFFS SALE.
Jacksonville, to the waters of Escambia boy, at gave fallen to the standard of ten years ago.- 4 p -- r $200 approximating to St. Auguytine CityalillsCo.
or near P sa obst tj prize are soo In chancery.
K 12 lower, and I lowe now made arrangements 4 P of 1.30 approximating to ) Nathan Cobb.
with a anch to Cedar ey, on te Gulf of with f>ur Brandy exporters in France, of the prize are 600 1 i--. fa Decree of the Hon.court of

i n ol as reedit Ic us p r highest repute, and am regularly receiving cost $ OO 000. 9 o' ""is ?""i::""'"soo .. .-;!ot mis:""::G':
viz: Co- -o- 4 Pries of 80 aliproximation to Johns dated July 20 18&J. I will expo fai-
-- dturin- : I ... .. ..i. be es -947_ BROADWAY, and 8 1 of (Paepproxi ting togag c. 1 1 i. ., f )an unry xt.
ad the pure, unadulterated article, and R will ^000 prize see 480 ar.,- ...... II is
Townships 1 and 2, of range 11. be found, when used as n in,,i ,one a bn rego 50 WALL STREET. 1 rizes of 50 approximnting 19 r ,- /.
Townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 12. or a cordial, healthful -o- ,000 pr ze are -100 a bli I. .0 .4 ..
Townships 1, 2. 8, 18, 14, and 15, of range e:Ldnatter oilus ti( ed French hand was This Company Insures killings, Slerchnn- 7 li s of 4 *If *:7. ****-7 toSS ing or i.. Jereunlo belong.

Townships I, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, and 15, of range very dillicult to obusin, and pro purchaser, nino dise, Ships, and their Cargoes. in Fort. House- 7 8 Prizes of 80 upproxignating to Term ne purchnseson-
14. times in ten, was deceived with a vile ntunufac- hold Furniture, and Personal 1,100 pr>ze are 240 ney to be paid in cash on the any of sale, and
Townships 2, 8, 4, 12, 18, 14, and 13, of tured imitorion. Of all descriptions of ordent 7 or Damage 400 Prizes of 20 approxinnuing to the balance in one and two years, with interent
range 13. spirits, Brandy, from its high prico, has hoon ]LLKEli, President- 100 prize are 8,000 on the bond undsect.rity. The title toberith-
Townships 2, 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, and 14, of the one article that mixers and sellors have .}014$ BODINE, Vice President. 23.000 Prizes of 10 are........... 250,000 held until the payments are completed,
range 16. turned their attention to, and millions of gal- WM. JAFFARY, Secretary. - The above anic is postponed until the first
Townships 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, and 18, of lons of the so-called French Brandy have been GEO. R. FAIRIIAXKS 20 828 a Mom(ay in Februry l800, by consor.
range 17. scattered annually through the land, and have The above sale is postponed by consent of
Townships 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, and 12, of range been the primary cause of murders, suicides, Agent, St.'Augustine- i parties to first Monday 5th day of .11arch 1860:
18. cruelties and crimes, and have sent thousands June25. A. D. ROGERLL,.
Townships 2, 3, 4, 8, and 0, of ranges 10 and to an early grave, self-destroyers, from delirum TOYS! TOYS! sheritr st. Johns comusy.
20. tremens, mania-a-potu and horrors, names un- A large variety of Toys for the Holidays. St. Augustine, St. Johns county
. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 8, and, 9, of I .. c. ....:1 ., .:.. :,1 1 ., .. hegan to make Nov. TS T. NJ3LSON Noi: BD, 1850. dee3
ranges 21 and 22. ., ... 1. I .11 it as the pure FT F LOTTERY
5- I 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of range French Brandy. a r .* .... to 50,000 corresponding SITERIFF'S SALE.
Townships 1, 2, 3, and 4, of range 94. be 1 1 re y T. .1 .. 8 FROM e r reasebnun se at}emortipketedpr me maln ITek le itsundl% executwns jusued outdt
. At the land ordee at St. Augustino, com- the world as a me houlo or npld stimulant. 11 tin tubes and placedin one wheel. Mins Eastern Circuit ofFlofida to me dimeted
moucing on Monday, the twenty-seventh day is, as the French moti -11 call it "Ean (1 The first 179Prizes, similarly printed and en against Francis Bridier of evid county, 1 have
of February next, for the disposalof the vacant de -1 ti wate .* this applies circled, are places1 in another whc(1. Icvied upon and will sell at public side bef

$( gi8n elliecen- umbc1red sections and parts of tured witli. pure al unaduher Lt 1. 11:17n- (i$ is tTifae v 1 ure Glen roof "ed, a member eeCourt House d toir the< o AR. An

icl'o 1 d of the laily ill "fr n 1. It nimientio. I .. I .= Four Horse Troy I coaches, Garriages a Light neen I eas a Pae. sedraxj ( 1 ematlj'rx ce twet1m the usualTh u tof sale, the foR v IS -
John's river, at Jacksonvine, to the waters of remedy a fearful eVil, I hake conunenced im Wagons, aE connectrug ynh the eral drawn from the other wheel. The number and A House and Lot in Charlotte street in the
Escambis bay, at or near Pensacola;" and Brandy, bottling it, I = 1 q it as CHARESTON and prize drawn outure openedund exhibited to the city of St. Augustine
"from Amelia ishind, on the Atlantic, to the I Genuine Cognae ...g I am audience, and rai istered by the Coplutissioners- Known [is City Hotel.
a ....... [.. with a branch to Cedar daily receiving orders from the druggists act SAVANNAH St pnerS. the Prize being placed against the Kumber A House and Lot in Picolma street bounded-
: ,,, ,, .... .. Mexico;" subject, as re- apothecaries in all j>arts of the Union, to sell is Conveyances alwnys in readiness faiting ar- drawn. This operation is repeated until the N. 1 said street, E. by Lot former of C -
per I by law, to a musianum of two.dollars and for medictil purposcy. rivals. Distance 18 miles; e 3 hours. prizes are drawg out. lius Dupont, W. by Lot of Mis. C. 9 stor one-
acre, vix: UDOLPHO WOLFE, -o- Sppedthn.:Oun Prizes.-The two 5041 Acres Laudl2 mile swamp kno rn as
North of the basellue atul cast of theprin No. 22 Eeaver Stroset New York. .. 1 ...1 T. .. .. front .1 I twice **-, I 1. I .. 1: c Numbers to John Ginopoly's.
cipal meridian Co ., @lT. Moo CHarf & i. no disaSavaur Caroli- 190set drawn the =.. I .. will 7eor 81 61 Acres Land North River known as Sh6ll
Townships l and 2, of range 23. Nov. 19, An And Savaunah-St. John's, 8 ary's, inland ., 1. :s T: ket I .. aws 01 $50,000 131 Acres Land, Pellicer's Creek, munerly o
Townships 1, 2, and 3. of ranges 24, 25, SG, dirpet.. And EnterInizo, u River Pa- I -1. Tickots numbered 11948, 1129, Robert Mickler.
27, and 28. HIERIFF'S SALE. latka, steamer 1. 11"$1,11232 will each beec illed to $200. If c.I. Say Mill.
South of the base Ilue and east ofthe frfu- Y virtue of an Execution issued out 5the St Augustice. 1 549, 5.51,000 Priz thos( me < Ty itD ez e postponed until Is
cipulmeridian. CircuM)otartforthcommtics Voilers sm Townships 1, 2, and 3, of ranges 25 and 26 of The bin january 3,800.
Lands appropriated by law for the use of Cilos otal. vs. Rnfus K. Sowell and ., 1,, TAKEN up committed fo jail CertiHolet f P Mond ove sale ss postponed until the firs -
schools; military, and other purposos, together levied upon and will expose for sale at, Susion- i. 1 I .... 7 a unaway sqldac the folks ag -ates, al i5s le risil* be ay in March ggxt, by 0 1 GERO
with the "swamp and overflowed" lands, will nah, Brevardcon.nty Floridson the 1st Monday Oct of Packages ofl0Whole Tickets...S60 Sheriff St. Johnst
be exchided from the sales. of April 18 10, af the usual hour of sale the fol- ** -,a. of yellow- 10Half a St. A nunty.
The tracts along' the lines of the railroads lowing described layd, to wit:-Au undivided *II ( I 1 1 inches 10 Quarter <90 ugustine. August6, 185U.
will be sold, subject to the right or way. grant- Interop of he Thousand three Hundred and 1 Heis clothedin 1.= s ..s it. ,
ed by act of 4th August, 1852, for said railroad 'll**** 11*** l* ** si.e third part of cer- 1* I .... ... In ragged negro IN ORDER i". I in li if to a .
:...3 .1. al...1 .. .... I, li. ... ,l. L... ...-1 = l... I- ..= .....ua16,000 acresmore cloth: I .,./ 1... ..1 Encloseth. ... .. ... I:.. .. OFV OOtI.S.
or in said Brevdrd county granted to Samuel the c : .1 ordered, or ,
ly shown on the oilicial plats, without deduc- Miles on the 18th day of July 1813 and cantirm- val county. The ow r is request 1 fo c 10 ed by ilrst mail. Purchasers ca 1 have tickets 50 CHAlil.OTTE STREET
tions. ed to John M.11anson, et, al forward, pa ... ,nli .1 : ..., i. ... .1.. ..y do nate
The offering of the abovo lands will he com. The above sale is postposed until the 1st aw es will be am niow prepared to offer to my old friends
monced on the days appointed, and will pro- ft 1 : 1 May. torilT Bt Johns 12ty, sent to pttrchas rs inutiedi ely afte the draw- tud St. Johns county a
deed in order in which they are advertised until I1. lve sale is postponed until the first May ES. Ing 2. pl r, <.1 ..... I of faH and winterdry
the whole shall have been offered, and the sales Monday in June & Purchasers will please write their si goods at very low prices fol* cash or yny n -
thus closed; but no sale shall be kept open The above sale is postponed until the first HO)tSE ADISH ROOT naturesplain, and ive their post.oth th- acceptance at sixty and ninety days creen .mn
longer than two weeky, and no private entry of Monday in July. -i 1 s tod Cat sudState. ( pe, coun y, approved endprsers. Orders from no cause y
any of the above lands will be adinisted until The above sale is postponed until the first m ked Salsiup igh. Remember that every prize i.s drawn friends accolupamed with the cash will be
after the expiration of the two weeks. M .*.... Mackerel,1I and .. .11 :. r..II promptly attended to with great care and atten-
Given under my hand, at the city of TYash- I *I .I postponed until the first r elatino B. E. CARRer- 116.- 8 :-= 1 *** ** .. 2 n s.. paidimine ion to give cutire satisthetion to the purchaser.
ington, this fifteenth day of November, anno Monday in September next. .. 21 Tiately after she drawing-other prizes at the y country friends may rely upon to if they
Domin1 one thousand eight hundred and fifty The above saleis postponed until the first :usual time of thirty days send me orders for dry goods that they will be

e President: JAMES BUCHANAN. Mof bione a pond until the first RON WARE. .\li ...r....... .. .. confidential. 3 "fe' ,',1 r tojal" and attention grve ass-
S. A. Svern, Commissioner of thy General MondayinNovemberpet. RON Pot Kettles, Bake Owns, Spiders, McKLNNEYi ertificate to pfirchased at this house over twenty dollars
Land OJice. The above sale is postponed until the first "I ".e Irous, Corn Mills, II@,,, A list of the munbers that are drawn wdl be allowed a live per cent. off, for cash.-
NOTICE TO PRE-EllPTION CLAIMANTs. Mo{ on in e niberP 1 nod until the first Ir. au 28. Gridir not IR. fro thee teel, whh the anilotuetof I ebph enthat sortm tooffere < list of a few of my lege us-

em 2 person entititleddto t iidg sofkpr us a to tponed until are rest fra Cl at the new Storeundpr the Ma- avery d : inlf in the Savannah Daily News. consisting oF n abs taloC10ti De skin ca
2sh moo e a ti 1 r e ce tas Monday in February n .11ES RUSSELL, sonic L go opened by HERTZ, if yog sinneres, Filot Clof Es, Satinerts azul K.. Jqal
and Receiver of the proper land ofice, and Mar. 5. Sheriff Drevard County, want ciap and prime articlesin the Gro- PreSil 670000148. 'er e q an so g qne sa

ce no Iti oi 0 uls "os idlj 1 ARRIVALS. cery Ile and other little Nick nacks. USTireceived a fresh supply of Family Gro- gr Lt ets, negro islas kcts, uglish lieri
oint at teen um einasttro t bit
otherwise sell claim wil be furicited. York, Choice Goshen Dutter, Provisions NA, Corn Starch, Lemons, Graham Oct. 15. Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cleaks, Monrning

Dec. 1". A 1 net than si co. G\p 1"otaroes, Onion, Buel wheatb. so ad 10 r sS oa" ioca, 3 tecaroni, Yeast 1 Cadres She els orn lills, ze i La ille no luidr [io FI acib and

THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constant
on hand, and for sale, liquors of the
following Brands: Old Q. O. Y. P.
London Dock Brandy, vintage 1848,
ho lerfiB Cognac Brandy, Gibson &

key, J la la u tha.E. a 1. al\isk
American Gib, Pure 5. E. Itah, Schiedam Arol

to ti ofMt Phrea8 W ,nd It Wi

i 0 al a 1 h inads a at le_
on's Bitters, Orgest Ac. &0.

Teb 5. C. BRAVO

(HOICE bunch liaisins, Citron, Currants,
Dates, assorted Preserves, Jolly, _Ginger,

t P ?ta, 1