St. Augustine examiner

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St. Augustine examiner
Alternate title:
Saint Augustine examiner
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Matthias R. Andreu.
Publication Date:
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v. : ; 46-68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine


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

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in" or ""ou"""e "o """> .aer thn te I ennessee on th~o Sutern Conven-
appointed hour, and to kieep. his hlosts, hlis tion.
father, and thle c~onpalny waiting for himn; In commiinicating the South Carolina
besides his.hlead was full of the Perolon hie and MisPleiF~ppi resolutions concermnog a
was to delivrc, anld, to say thle truth, he Southecrn Convention to th~i Legislature of
asn at tha~t moment preparing~r it. He Tennessee, Gov. Harris accomlpanied then
passed on thberefore, but there wa~s some w ith the following message:. _
thing Jouchling in the ione of thant weep- I,
.i ~ i: nl Io. I.... ;... ....1. 1 .1 -- It.

e.:- ul us,Ir I; toll a~rl l~ rstl, onIlr eaios

pausd ..0.n .. e trnedagan, nd hilst I do not educhur in tlveir. recom
then L. the coln arison which mendatio;:s--not seeing the necessity or
flashed across his mlind, of the 'position of propriety of aconven ion of the slaveholding
ti hl it hs own, te fair y walhe
back to the spot. "W h'at is the matter, .- ., .. ,,.. r i.... .,,.
myg child?" said the youngr Abbe'; "dry ,i.lcrint. us .1 _ir- t. ....i~. i.
v ur tears, nldmell me tils ruaus pl d e1 er 1 ltot C

boy, Ilhow very kiind you are! I have met Tense r iyi oteCuttiini
witha geatmisortne;I a runed noall its parts, and w~ith each and all of its
orie canl hqip mne."~ "Wh'at man cannot do g uaratitees; poassessing a jealous regard for
God earl. Have you asked this aid ?"-- the rights of the States, and feeling~justly
"LI have indeed, 31. I'Albbe," said the child, apprehlensive of eneronehmenlts upon them,
who ow lokedup nd rcognsed thethey would feel aInd demonstrate, when
habit of hris newfr'1icud. "LWell, then, y~ou recessary, their identity with any of hier
see He hats answered your prayer, for rie' a otrn f~ae inrstdieug the unut an
Ilassell use t as ist y~u o nu a el nar j institutions. matr pnte rbi

B ,1PiS t'Ab 'Is I have told. allIsa us ed u'is ro instance should Be, first, bythe

bit by- bit, a sumn of one hundred tranes, i I.. myb
and was going to tak~e it backi with rue to p -.-1 ` >~ J re11.. Llessings
my1 mother, who10is inlfirm, nod has no one ofagvrmnoeuliyudrawitn
butmyslf o tke~areof er.I h t hecoustitution, perpdtuated.' Butif heho lpe
burmg~cl tonie~er uflc. II~pt h9 of th us obbl inings Sustice shaljl be di-innnoint-
Imoney in a bag, under a brick in the loft ed, and the Federal Government, thr~e
who I slept.j'o nean w s th rny fed hands of reckless fanatics, shall at, any time

when I went to my hlidingr place, the bac rigt of inn i sal u-i ul. -. r.~ Frl i
wv sg e"' andher sile hlrlds eas e le 1

.''' I:. :.. .--;L sex!~l
pae s;i~'tates thlat a fellows inl Venar~ on
ty, Pa', Profited in, the fo~lloin? laner cou
the "oil excitem~eo n ;monr byi,~ os
tensivelyin the T'esc anow .. 80 0%-
partof Penusy~lvania. He b rthwestrnl.
his land, poubecd a ban~el of oredn itlean

Syracu j.J... .l ll C
On Thursday I st, while M~rs. Zimmer.
nan, wrho resides at No. 49 M
in t is eity, wp/ j. i, 1,,*. the fire> Whichl
so frightened 1..-. -1,,r !3 ~l~nt e
the alarm, and had iti.ot been for a fa;ith.
tileparr w mibc ~as in the slnme room, who

nr toal;ine tile yaraqgtvio usl i
"DdDU~ut ile~-. Mrs. Ziinmeren'an
m-~ust have been :.i.1 buined. Asit i,l
I S..u ,asertous injury to
ir il paaun.

Se with Caa sigh ofs are soon to be grati-
Belvty TeyugPriga henuine secon of roy.
ed to visit Canoda in Junie ue tia zpect
suslble dea, si ,c~ if ull oes well, he is

clu~intn re rrt narof aidbmainiouj

The or Yoirk Jourinal of Commer~ce
expresses the hope that while 'the British
Prince is on his4 American tour, ho will also
thle informantion whlch1 mayS be thu totnes
canont fail to prove beneficial, sn cji
ty mnin r eit in advtantage hereafter to

I Aml Dying. .
Ra~ise my pillowv, husband dearest-
Fnait undfaiinter comues my breath;
Inltheuo shadlo ateliny slly,

c~lJ..:lrd I '"l b d .....o

Teuce sillltvr e ad nucn,

Sits Hlis loved arid only Son, .
I've hoa visions, and beenl dreaming
(.Yver the pa~st ofjo pa
Year by yearlI've wis ere backward '
Till 1 as a child again.

Dreame of gil oo, andtl m en,

IIor try art thrilled Hithl 1 ye' a riumph
Dreanod of theoe-and all Ilthe earth-cords
F~irmly~ twinred about mly hleart-
Oh1! the biLter, burning anguish
When first knew we must part.

It ILs 1stl d-anudt ad ra -proaxised
11e, that'sinolre than friend or brother, '
Ine'll be sih three to Ihe end,
Ladillg to my Icavenlly purntal
Christi bth poiebd linunimortl l

Wfhen life's trials wsit around thlee,
Aind i~s chinling billows swell,
Thoul't tha~nki Hleaven that 1 anlspared the
Thou10t then feel thant "all is well."
Bring: our boys unto myJ bedside;
31y last 'oleasinglet theam keep-
But lve rle seepinlg---do not waker them_

Tell thlem often of their mother,


PROr i SI.RIP lioN.

---=--~~ -~-
AtP onswmrisEETs will be inserted on the
followng termsl: a
Onue Dollar per sqluare, of twelve lines and
under, for thle first inlsertion, and Seventy-Five
cents or ee isers e a ast ronliited to thle

not propely"l enconcted with the businless shall
t>0 charged separately andralso any excess of
mAl nder hsne auon of nuarkled with thle nulm-
bher of insertions required, will be continued
un air ,)l~r w le~m chlarged for all nan-
prouncemuents of Candidates for Olthee, in ad-
eoatrct advertisements payable quarterly;
FOU" a L:le sdetrangeralti dae awill b
nco idereal du sle1 xcall8 f -$100

raOre -qae o snols -10 00
II;#1 All builsp fo ds r Jo ritng mus bepad
onus dlivery o the welJo nli~r-


risatl all, fovr cash eritug Pus he anldvle
ond Tip. Topine) ofactir every higevr

Cheap GooEs.

ll..LBUCWHAT '; I rl

J.E. HOEDOUGH a.t thne old stand of Day
the receipt of a fine nlset.,olrmt of Spring anld
Summer G'oods selected especially in anccordlance
ionl r.In. ; .i ... f this market and it will
.n,* 1 I r I,. very low prices. The as-
sortmlent is well worthy an exalulnnalon and it
will be a pleasulre to show the goods, Call and

Fin Fn uly Groceries, Freshl and daily rece 1 d.

1222 earl-.t., Newo York.




oct I int


Oct. 22 GeuieAri E. CAltR.
ANTAC~CifRED in evr mrfre r ane

..2 I '.; 1 n.~ .~1 ?I-..I. B~oston
s9uccessor- i- ifI
NJ.U.--Thec Jornes BurnerI, r~ecently improved,
p rves r..l ':.. i 1 .. -. .i it, tf y n e
tur~ed. .. 3ut No.
OLDIERS, Te~amtruls, Sailors, (or their
il y \YIS or Ualls ceafr nin 11 >r lnl; o
eLlsewhere Prior- to Mar~ch,( Sd, 1865, or theLir chil-
duirn allus we, < dlexiore ws, winl do well to arddre~ss us. Claims
a at .Tobe Ineen suee i l~e Ilnis df bother
11~U Juand wearrnate oughtul s mid to od r,
ingpton, attendedtlo. R1. 1!. LIA)YD) & CO)., art.
torneys for Claimus, Pecnsions, iiounty Lannd, &c.
Refcer ce to anuy of the heads of DJepartme~ts.


U"~:~ST receive per Scr yLouisa direct
(i lb r. R itrlker~n Flour, W. Whleat,
1 lIdbls.I xtsrs I'io h rsed,
do. Oluians,
do. Sodsr Orckers,

do, Flurina
14 Boxes Calgkrte Pr. and W. Soda Soaps,
14 do, Varrigalted,
5 B~ids. Stuarts' Crushed and plverized
liur starcit
Cottee, Onndles and Candies.
Oct. 22 Mi DOWNEY.

PrlicXic: Cracklers, '..
Ginger Schnapps, Crackers,
Sugar do.
Su6:n do. ~
Pilot Bread,
Gaham B2och d rin.

Got. 15. B .CR.

rI~ p, .~ c. u~i \: : ide; IG j h

For, to-morrow, I halnl never "lhowever, comne along with. me-1I may, Ir~ as. .h Io~ p..; .1o man J. S l..r. ., t hitp*. bl e r~inial, a
Auswer, w~hen you call mle .'wife." ehpb bl od o thn o o. the Noarthern portion of the Confederacy, to roi nw oo a.Sei s
And with 1 th alke t ethercause ap~pi-ehesion as to the security of our 0 lm n rty n euirl
Fare thee wrell, mynoblchulisband, -. "ysruu fuud g en'o rights and the continuance of fraternal elsiutd Tehapcolepsd
Fnain nlot 'neathl this cha~lstolning rod; Prsni os shadc t irso feeling, yet there is a probability, and I1eet\ a Throw yourl strong arm round oulr children, th oe aioilt n eea el hope a strong one, that wise temrperate and flpaei tla tl sams eui
Iteepthelm close to thee-aundGod. inpufrel iefseprmu ience, for it coueldel- finu councilsmnay avert the imlpendingaevils. countryy mnthe world. There is adiffe-

'Fenelon's First SermPon. unly be thel arrivall of thle Ablbe'--halfan Therefore,rbdfor wfid nll tie rec o epei cnc e
Ju the timne of thle great Abbe Fedelon, hoi'ur, hlowpevr, after his time! The yoiung therewitr dsubintted, u oicy t rsholulde ou know.i saltl il~ne te ile
it wasu the custom, inl order to cultivate that de'but~ant, after greeting his friends, whoehuseermascnittwthoor4
imprtat tlen-pulicspekin-fo reeivd hm wth t lastappren ciiliy' nod the constitution in an ear~nest effort to The '' errors of the press" are sometimes
young muen destined for the senate, the bar, and the mistress of the house, to whomn he ce tetdoagrsonndrtreh very autoying-ant other tunes so ilrresisti
or he ulpt, o prfet temslve inthemade every excuse, took his place and be- era of good feeling and fraternity through- byluhbeta n sams ldta
matter and delivery of their oratorical effu- gan his address. 1'My friendss" he said, othewo oinr.they occur, for the sake of thle hearty laugh
pions, by pronouncing speechles, lectures -1 f~ell owe you0 all an apo!opy, and es- Respectfully, the occasion. Of th)is latter kind is the
discourses, or whatever else they may be pecially to our kind hostess; b~t I thlinki I Is~n G. II '~s aunouucncemen in a Georgia. paper that (' Is.
callled, in private society* Now, theyouth- shalllbe able to exonerate myself fr~oR SHMARI.I. Stilf has b-ien appointed Rlceiver of
ful Panelon, at that time not more thann bhunein your eyes. Y~ou expected, I think, a THrE SPIDER S TREAD.--Eilat any Public .Munhys~?/;iu Cherokcceeously, Ala-
Bfteen years of age, being of high birthb, /sermlon fromn me this evening. I will, withl creature could be found to fabricate si net, bama."
anld nixingX with thle lite of the Frenchl your permission, tell you a story in-stead." not less ingouulou than thant of the fisher- ---
noblesse, mighlt expect, when hris turn came, 110u tis .. ... .[.,,. ii.11, .. .......... i,,: intesrview man, for the capture of its .prey; that it MIr. I rede-rickr S. I{kown his petitioned
to exhlibit before a somewhat formlidable with E i i the little ramone, and conen ded d a aii 10t, p ee 1 I i! olnou tuto tiuthorize
audience. And so it was; for on the even- by informning: them that the helro of' thlis so strance, that if we did not see it donea th
ing of his fleburt a b:illiant circle, already tale was actually on thle premnises, and in dalily before our eyes by the commlnon house- of Southga~te, for thle reason that6 L'the acts.
assembled at the mansion of the oldest of the lodge of the concielrge below. "Le~t himu spider, itivoullseenal wonderful. Buot howj of the laite Johln B'rown, of aibolition noto~i-
the aristocratic families of the Faubour, In uch is our wonder inlcreased whoiu wet ety, have aixed a stigmoa upon thea name ,
'St GrmintheHoeldeRamoulltecome up, let hlint comle up by all meanss" thinkl of thle complex fabric of echci single of Brown which is intorulenll."
Si:emln th I>tld nmoilt said the company unanimlously- movedd as throad, and then! of thle ma;themratical
mightbe seen impntientiently awaiting the they had been, by the young mnan's elo- precision anld r~apidity writh which, inl cer- The Gazette dur T/uallodic. says that not?
arrival of the youthful aspirant for fame as quence--aud the servants were ordered to aldtum case the1 ot itsel as con stru oftied l0-~on oah eo t rrthrm $ls;e
an oraltor. As the appointed hour passed sumnmon the tremblling little mountaineer tasill to add to al this, allst auno examleaf tl in n~ of theu w~arrs rontoVlic ua~t daune

bega:nd yto flag and e the comp ny oeel aind into the mlidst of the dalzzling assem~ly. Limit whren carefully examninled, thle nt of of th~e three colors of Itabian indelpenidlc-,
begu t dLSan tle empng o eolndA colketiol n was made, and a sull thir ex- .....1 ..,.7. cossso todsic rod, whiter aydl green. She picked it n~
appear auuoyed at their disappoinltment. eight ehdoswasonrse; .. *.1..thr~eads formingr the con andr hrissed it. F'or this shec was summloned
While his real friends regretted his want 200 fr;)mes waj seat to the boy's~ mother, contric circles ar~e composed of a silk muncl eoete ieat
of policy in putting his audience out of .n mislbcll nthrojc fi-Lore cl"sue than that of the roys, and are beir ~epoic ntorities. and ordered.
Ilumour before he began, those already en- adhmlfbeoenohrojcofi-studded over with minlute globules of a thecncifor'th to trample on all boquets which
vios o hi taent wee nt srryof heterest to so wealthy a circle, belugr provided viscid glum, sufficienitly adhesive to rotnin, might be thrown to her. This order gor
Fiuu ofhistalntsmer no, srryof ive~jith an outfit froni thle remnainder, wasuplac- any unwary flyr whlich comes in contact aIbroad, and next night there was thrrown a

oserrstni su n t po be cau sed fi and sdchion us aol re der lim a soe esi natedt A Jlet Bel~u~l 30 me~ounsl boueLt of the Austrian colors, blalcke a~d

nissrefa rw s s ful memlor of society.--Realities of'luris o;t elf thse ~~l and t lredane netn he mlcsh~e tran~upl utntod heat fet, vhlt
began to fear his son mnighe at th~e last mo- Lt/c. fourteen or sixteen inches diameter one! the house wasl Ibhaken by xCClaina?:tionI of
mlent haveshrunk fromu the trial, and felt tl~ hundred ad twenty thousand ; andy gtsuch ppaue
-ilsl Aon oauoie oternb n ew postoflice stamp has been invented, 1 il ec~pitd yJ a ~ poucs splue
hisef oud o poogsetothirnole(Eyekri ap~oclican) in about forty minutes, r,3, ,i.. r~eent viojlent debat es in Co'~n-(
bostess For the .apparent discourtesy. But by alhieb the imapression of the post-malrk on average, if no iterrufpftfion occurs. sy, theg negrlOeS employedre in the
whlat wals the youth doing all this tiule that iS left not only upon the envelope enclose g Scld e n go.ipitol wras standing alt one of thes doors~ of
re weas musing so muuch disturbannc, and a ilette but uponl every fold of the letter it- It huste chld;u nri it hngurts thernts fot the: Housei, luookigag in at the LIomber.-a--
even anxiety, among those coronetedl self This is effected by meansI1 of ar8~1 s tee is r evl; an olyil,; cvrt hut ie pre ndr 11 se doorikeepey soid, "Jimo, th~ey re talking
dle~i the~nl letter andy~t~r fint re nwic r bout liiggers in there." '*W'ell,'' was to~
heads? Alas! he had for~gottenl, for a mo- d, teecl l Lgm~supo Phc r always epne,"a' ai uies.Lr l
mnent, ambition and grandeur, his hrigh formed by a series of fine points, which youIUIC ~'if5 itws t:i 4 iggrs dIi we do
position, anld thle eager expectations of pierce thle envelopeanod its contouts in such wa lly, thle g~e:,t state mnm af Frane~cn. ;1 .l"' be i no a~i Con re.- lie Pgcrl: l a s!lj'
those who0 had made po great a point of a mn~nerll as to imiprinlt, ... -t. .1 i, the he ands .~ .. I .. I '.~ : .~ b.' 'i~~. -~-y :I;;.
witnessing~ his muaiden attempt; he hlad L':une of thle post oilceanld thle dalte' upon0 army11. iacocostdof ewdhs.u
stalrted In good timue, and fully inltended to whlichl tle lettcel is ma~i!edl. dressed in the pilaine a d m:il lost silu:ph~ sulinii John Eillinor i:Jts for1 l'ce a
kieep' his enfigagonmut yunctuaill; but as aer hcute onrrohe to. ownor1ePrsh
hie rapidly descenlded the Rtue du Buel, he Ther~e isn a ltter in thle Spr~ingfield post him wl;: ith ther bimpliity:\ of hiis t !ii, an, ;i:::ed by 31yron H. C'lark, John~ I' E
was disturbed in his ruminations by a oflice, from CooperstowFn, N. Y., addressed h le wronid reply, in thleard~s ol': an acient::l ~a do no 4 c' n Tulalsor, lu:i.,
plaintive voice. 110 passed on, for in to "Thew~oman ofthemost enquiring dis- "if th;e guests avemeno sen se," there ii :ndhIir two ::asocinito c ,nnllltittenuclr
those punctilious dalys he knowr it was con- position in Springliold." The postmaster ed~iolent for thiem; if they are not, I can; ,iree t.,lkir* in Tooley street. wh;o a;:i
Ssidered (as it ought to be now,) bad breecl J is reqluested! to "~forward immediately. ) very wecll dispense w-ithr their comilan~y." ed thecmselves '\we, the yeoploof 11g~! ',.














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~I S~tU. Cail J. E. 31EDDOUGH I
p aenks~lour,30lbbs.Irish otatoles,4I0hbls. See rlling ierosene Oil $1.75perDal-
I Liquqrs, Gcases \ines, 20bbsl. Cralckers, Crushed Sugar 12 1-2
Ubr~~ cass .lo,1 carsks Porter, 40) hoxes Raiisilus, lirown do. 10 per lb.
601 drurn. fIgq, 4 firails Dat~es, 0 bble Almonds, S1eam do. 11 per lb.
j. et 6 1 .022. ja a ca s5 .hee ii kes ris 1ule Uatrr 1310 1-4 lb.
d bbls.4 Zyp, 3 Able. Erie Sugar, 3 hhld. N`. U. Adamanntine Candles 30c. per lb.
Ingu~aw 4 bl Tyngues, 3 bbis. Sugrrl linon Elephaut Oil for Lamps 1.25, an
fiyrupl I bbl. )lops, 10 bags Coffee, 1 a e
:,.. I ~..aI srney, G dlor. Paila, 410 dox. CHOICE GOODS.
br .I ys5.. .' a1.,s Inte Lead, 7 boxes Soa, IOICE Hamls, dried Boeef mess B~eef mess
(~ :.r.; J0 bous30HeasngLiom e, Pa~jIrk, smoked Tongues, pickled Tong;ues,
bbla. OgiOus, 2 kegeihad 2 kegs S;almon, 1bo xwh ea.Belcnus, split Pens. B.ECAR
Cnsk Ii, a js iroano >ile hxeJ C'rk --
CrJ,2 Iris. Tobalcco,12fnc IjLuUastenld,SU reasus W\INES AND CIDE~R.
rlr~r II m oii la pongesur rib sodl C Loe oSCnLy tasp cry Vinysr g la r
familie n tl tiithug advanced fOr enh, andr~ tO l1e ger wine. Cherry Brandiy.
le un'. lsourcs B4 E. CARR. 8 .CR.

C(!:H Ma~r Louila from~ Cha:rleston, Rice CTAEBDTA),
8 ,IO.: e lc,m ....niy Fol, e......s, Slt -ROCKING Chairs, Boueaus, Manttresses,
poor tkdus ~iipite Corm, Rapteh Ale, Porter c. D Iining Tables,*Chrurs. .g a,

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niongtop a ppnrt of whicb appeaRs" tllis wee~k,
po'n iirehyms !ff the Il~odd c, I!ho re-
1Haisder will appopri nextrycek. He~reafter
as t(ho E~lootiouls ar~ecomling or,, we shall
hie comlpelledl to limlit thpe writer.S to pot

S lu tiilu cn ts o r th e. N oirt hl I -- i I ,IJ ,I r ... l. _,.,, l0,,,,,,, 1 4,. .1 j, l II, ,, ., i ., .I... .. \:1. i.
.I" t .., I'. ... ,I, I ~,~ .1 ... 1... I ~,,i l p y E:r a asa .. t.n s m s ), ,,( r 1 11 I.r, J lI. 0 1s t: on Dh.: lc. FIm a d

pqt Rf office, and of all parties, we proldised tr"C a1ng loxI uy car AnuRP !R iid for readling~ thle Tjible ill his famllilyl M~r pg: ePTl:-The last ac.1,~ .u Ill(.
at minel convenienettime to present to our co int of E~nglish learned Wrilters -' Whly put tle Meidinj inl prison for: this opeo concedp was a mosllt 1Ill.l..a LaOl ,p e opt~ -
renders the opinion wec formed: of the roul 'Three things whichwecliscover. Irrealt rianp? And whly were ,Iac pl~aircna lovelyS one, how lysell ..Ji r.1 ITj i11. l..inul-
staltp of public sentiment in that section of In, our communication f February 25th. I llprisagec d onl thle Pope's r i.l... heI lifau, 1'Ud to opyl C1reato~r. T1'I.. 1111.(.o othi .1[
thle confederacy. It is a mlatter of mpecll hi uhrnw n, lefudhreo yrsou eledy .-: l lo, er nmeif~iFcalt ]Ilrter :Il...e Ilr; llan...
momecnt ut the south, anld the fact once thlingsi, bes~ideS L' irr~ilogint and ilnJbeomU 1 unI1 T~iumnVirS, SimllllY fp aL.,JI obauiu n rnpretuonIa h
aycortained, it should go falr to regulate aud ing phlralses," thuns hollosilng to l5y thletield, j av~i~nrr Bbles inl his possi -.... I bad q]uiteness icigyninght u v..1 r .. .. I i I';r! .:
settlo ogr expections anld course for thle withl this small Pa~illi~rthin avow thlrowg! readingf is comnono l inl Ital l~ lI. --- .! in necordancc O;!~th l thefolicys ofr~ r
future be p s.g Lot hi okagi. E 1** *1 11: on -, e la no stress% on pe- those whol viewed -e 0.~...] a of natlur~e d~i;
}ypj do nlob believe Ithat the tone of popu- 1s~t. Ifhle did not like in..11... and c~uliarities of inldivkluals. And why do utrsGd o oeg tu ..
lar sentime~utntat the north hns: been properly ,1uotingi:lo many Cathlolio Prnchmilen, who i1-4*1* I. I 's~ inl these Amerie~nn states that in so beautiull. a worllld I,-.r I... II
represenlted toourpeople. Th'lroug ignr do not sgree? withl himn in his falcts an obtnreport, "Pu'ipists and Infidels, re- sholdO1' wrB with ..I. 11.. apld pernll
ance, pr.cjudice, and the intpresta olf somle, figures, anId it was harlld to answrV(I them, fuse to receive and aread od's Holy word?' the"ir evil passions to predomilnate, sor it isi;
especial pains ha~ve beoop taketn, by nL'ng d ircly against !liml aS they9 4re~, it mlayl W~lr. copUnutpt is thecr east onl tily .ith' all we 1.. I:. r Illanklfullness, manI1 i*
nifying f pilt.5 ppd holding up thle extremen Ilmvo b~een well enoug u~l him i to howi~ u0ien messge:"Of Gyd; Sent. to taUhind=-to evory$ iud ~u1st he !I. .I..-1..I, it Y)outhL likew~isO
open oihemaio~trcpterntaout that. soulo usa! 1\ljit~ an outrage is, tlide spear.Jha~t heI Bullte :..1...;l

I I .: n....h... ... In...u ul. i .. l. v.hd ..- **** I-'' ***l' *J- V ** it...o nI .C. ...12 1. "l~~~II "" (I' -.n *I II-- ~ II > ll
t.. I'- 1 ..-1,.: \r u 1. .. Il>. !_ lin naulll v. an .11.. -- .. .. '..l .. .. al-1~1.. 11 .1 -.rb 4 -* *

-1,,. v re 1.. ..Ito .untu ... ecoid mehod of maki ng up statistics! *' **... .. , .* 1 m r
I.... ..r to i., ~ur n.:r 6 (e hig artic~le of Bob..,11tb) f ance bdullf the ...all. ..1 11- '1 p~. 1. is .. ... i bsurdity, proving that on hisifE oa~na last on le { Ou ~a ltrsoeuhll to~l~ L r ~-.'.I 1,11. 1.. 1, ,
been tauglt tolookr.. men as 1.1l. .Il healppied it to both sides and howrever~look iverthle two pspelr together.] nus;" nye r.., rI our 1.' 1..r LI
aliens and ellnemie inltent upow. our derr him d~,dowil on Papl or Protestanrt lists, weo 3IONEY VANTS OF TIIEEUR~OYEAN Powl Ge ~nerallisi: on...r I 1... i7l l if .r:~ .i.. .
truction, and fully dletermined to indulge statistics are a;ttalinable; a reply which E R$j.-The T~ldon Tilles 11RS all article 01 suppose Iris army to a feast eno~ix~x. -1 .!.
their fanuatical ha~tred of slavery by its aboli- ought to have satisfied a mlan who saliled ti ., ....... ..... l... !..ni1 I.. .. mov""emet" onf our rt, which .1 vn...l..)..
tion in thle Sta~tos. Both of these opinions ouofpr g~iy ontl u~~nr o It considers Austr~ia. hopelessly ban1krupt, ;as we hoped omr trmullclts, Igo suchl ......1
are wholly err~ocous; and we reret to aidd JloutJ qf pot. sogiyonthe2000,0 m~aornnof espcially since thle surreptitious issue of 1 808, we hald only destroyed thle vage.rl ..
thlat thle conservative I. .....u .ir I~L-..= isee- Janur hi 1st.,ull withi 20000,00 li pained sC 60,000,000 national stocks. Spainr will 1;14* on camtle the rear Feady for a sco~.ud,
tions is in gr~eat polrtresponsiblefor the cr- on issteamr oti loh poe i want mroney soon, as the MUorocco war is "LSolforino"' onP1inught, andl as fast Qa w4-
ror. They have failed torise in their power 4lence, flnlq ie:ppns no.t rapidly exha~usting her treasury. Portugal could demuolish thle one advanced; others
and assert thle true sentimlePts of ~the peo- 4th.o Aend fll y htt e mudLuoappars ac til iS i'! p!nt of funds for public workLs, pause to thle reqene, until h~eing near w. rll
ple. They halve shamefully jslept upon ilclur ijem 1~ as word a ti lar case but the ti'eatment of Lll the contrlcoawto arr out. we cried out victory. A~lr it wm~l Ior
tlc la cnrte i It sa dfewy nuisy, tu -of 'olpe agu lst Pupe, "ou aoque k cap o a"ltl 'twimlo haveledygntiwr~ltrc d -1 Ii'~ J/ r noi rocnrs d a weo t_~~
and assume to be ornelles of pshbl opi nion.-- Does; he r'ot knowv that thle Jesuits as a warnUingB against SpjeCUlation1 in that regBion. at the brigh~tn!ess of 1i,. n, .. = e commlleicedl:
They have thu~s fillien shosrtof Ihpir dluty as b ody, were chlarged by the Frnch .Iarlia. Turkey-, of course, is ahes:s in need; but Bayfugi"R :.' i.;..1 1... ;:,_; t~he nol~st diSCor-
pa"triots, and thecy ar~e Isreuspiblie for much men~F~t 3nd French Clergy with trea~son ned as sheisl~u sheul hl~ashu f a:lr onvo 1.191ililed dant tune (i ..... 1. ..~l~~ than the thi
of our present trouble, for fliy could haveB against the State, writhl inculcatingF so;;nd tat ihnrwihhsfle ns ayaigo r..Idsryr(fPne
prevented it if they wvouki lous m~axims and corruptinlg Chlristion DoJ- powers of g~ea\ter piret-nsioqs. usaits ,.T.... .r "in;sh
As regar dsJ the reanl, honest jhe~lAings of tr~ine, and withl authorising~r Idoinltrous iS certain, I .. r i .; ..1;ll ... In ..1I 1.1. L.. hau -- -il, .. I 1 I 1-. the "munI; I I.- L11..
our northern brethron--by which expres- worship, as in China; anld tha:t thel R. C. long, an~d a formal~l nllonouncllemt of ~thr ~moonl" voluld toss tot hi .r"I ~?1 111,.
sion weo mean to convroy the idea of a largo King ofFane oru and N Eples fiieth been looked for diuring plie put part malde oFhe~se, to qui i. .
r,.;.; ..r' llat sectiaon-we thilnk we are blanishe~d the Jesults from their Dominlions fe eks hlat94 o .I ..1, .. Enl:l. god,r frhis frie I. ...._ II,.
;.r?:r r. 1Ve havre been careful to frhsraos hterfr op'-icnadeqjuate to cfect thle *** -3 ..... ..3 ondas ota
Sollectit fromi ity: Lest sources, !rog excep- ment XIV' put-downl tle orde~rned yet thle tion of thre currenlcr, nod r -Jts.....i; .~.F *~ ... the ~ ..i .... .. infushl.l I*. .,1, i.le
.rID ..I lr ..'.. l...... I.. I.1.1 a whLmwe samue order was subsequently' restored by tbe origind: subse ipitionsr I. ?i ......; r'...m..s., I I bult 1.. !..I te4....g.I
.~ no r I I .' i., ,.....t funqtical aniother Pope? This we call n qjucstion of ed to have beog muchTi .. .... v.I ~.. aI -. 11. '.;...._.- .. con1 ;or ....m,
..'.i .111 ... ,.... .at~ We soughV~r: t ?,norals, d~ci ledl in o~pposite wity~, supPoCSe -1-.ther. .. ,1.
.ur .. .i..1 0..IIfo w wihe Te.corlcne ra to thl~ins. whip h hie di ,, ,; p. .. i.. s. .ii;ll 1k I. .
I~u..ha. 11 .I. ...tral ==-11.1 .>I rr .I but~ L -E -.l:;?ly. 1,l st. Our under- -~.,,;. ~ r 0 ~ ~.r .... ..r reon

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fromthicr~..Iu mtherst kneted up I to i manhood rate- enui for. h~~il purposes Ar Ias not 10 building: 1---oral 21; lop (erw o r.1 g e, o towl
exlceptI what thence in th elir~ onpersit or (Junarey 2st.)P of; 700000Foetns0; ml ees(oc)8 pade 4 lsn i qLdn ohsan' ec
hea frmteronfntcypeteso stin the wol ad? AgreeU~iing withlS this, ist afloa gu.vssl and gw-hut ( s,. .III I.i:IIOCr) wasl everlcdo hutt byrc him, no womn' fam
dihnetsekrs~ll l fti e lltorl ageet. In absence acio ofller; thel Fechoveru. mentllll (intll1 II .- mak 1(1 allut.2 buildigg--total, 1 ; f rlot~~ing as tragedy hint lie-!nt th mir. H .

tl ncile, t t a ety t m, Titout tins;is't count l~ln as, whoriic do (sow 18'. (I ulpadle 4, fou; oru I-iei br'h \ie i~fu lleiinq. lik a~lc~~~igh, to thou
cutta 0 1 ou ~li waus ircntify, a ao1 ntepesl ebe hmeve ob o hp .Srr)4 fot mra edsadcee foe h ~e hn oe hnM
rendr emB! inentilyt;a proer exceptions! to tle. other feso;idth. e Followint ilthis~ sanw R (110 loa ~l0ts l~ 84. ~ B). The togarl fle alou was owhR~er goo ame.;~s No, Lay u~!rich as;.:tin
great ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sry mo( ue hyhvfto ems r al l itsatwo oqei 4,pd le A~Plu:;t andt nrumbersu ofllp Swiduy' <~:!se, 1 ever ,ii ad ~sfl-

an l~e no v luyq el g is c ttil ain titutu andi whetre onltlyI, Ilappol erslt s alc y riie number.i;l,S~1uf aetiv sailng wipsr af-tloa wa His Ef wure a thatyll ofllle Mitlto, rl ,,I.<
everypotio whattieysh theyr ass l ~ume and in- sough morld Arle psible, andt no ro in-13 h t otaann gnveslofstm andc ard-~u ling (aflot of Pais ca lS thuhblik theil poets1:11 of Para
ser istuon as arl forn fmthea preent glene ra-seto fidvda h tri eieadbidnp 6i ieadtefneh ie na o
tion. In visew of ts latter oRco. n ideraio, "thisU i the oI.nly m ~etholld t t i l feasile. whe ~a,8bidl~tt l, 1~ fulil raged galaty ws inlt voge ande b leut.
and thes aditionl on ll..I tcr (. by n srlto 13u now, mar its;iic f any agoishes d to omix Joaqu4Ni Qcrxxy, a nonted challsprcter fc. Ias bught i vtRirslid tl..1.3 II,.. Ips..r. wthll
plnils t 2t tllosle pu11 ut / yikdn ut tous hind suchr tables, add ~rito, them on Itnvoca,) S (lded o e) isgh of tht ; 4 Irtl those cr~1 ~klams! lp)... I:;i ,.1,, l.. h ie no
cmtiucalars andcl maintaungthfadoens n>w anyte justh and ispurialule-r wel-.. pn ~ ult, jlaged 84 ar. Hel toasc w undertoo ; toul wl yi lyis Rynytle.o p lact IT.. ..,wi i
wrrea nedotl~ bue. gIreay slveturpried tht they "1 l question. r lc, wo olu is sa I8S id he did1 ano t s ak anycb wig ll to ha rlin' beate wihectv oscosiuseso
seize upon thle advant ae anilindu aocre lth o 2n A on m e fProtest~lt cuty puc u Io a ntsl o. in isd heir dis hav g oldyaru edto!~ ener int oe r he" hulge red talc roe ma nki'sInm d ,
lthoeve nwhenrbor the se outhe ppurote of thsount L8.yOJlletou opobu nde10Ulrsl tnod j3 aua engomta ofo Jtherl 8ldiisiony ao;~ f the 1 ~is l b liood~ had iC:fl( thats Oe .1.=1..whic
sit l r l s a rut slter fieor the stiac yth thar l "~ ti l we idiid n t ay o l~ ntr ad it de000 ,000lu l~, we a g m u t abo es t t d instead of go, 1..<......v cl c f, 1.. .5 rc .. n ..p..; Lo ust ,
niorth allvery oftis vee ueynsi ih;dsicl lie 60000i0 .ndigt lawte aboutrltou it.s Twelve orl thirteen t0, -er fesile' I s \rl..= e Le a gliy whsil .lb B ob e~lt.
they otre adilontl te sap of you finger;. for thy pupp o l~r 5,00.0 in:ly ~t ihe U Su pilow yer s ~qU s ince~ a Dr. Be din, wholne some sa waur Lunrlt .rd 1..... !I ~. I ln rll-r. 1.- ..
naegro and woldacdnlp h ~ im to-mo'o ing bhimd isnl cala s im t d otll nIlasll idoltl rgl of 3,00,00 E. Caho ladbe rsqywogdbyadcss of e ...0, n :.2,. ,.. ..r--..1, .~1. .... 1 .,9.. ,. ,
cie ou tl- his lac he nsupp l ie d in y thee oleep a j s n lprt l u eroy c "the d ca sed 81 y s.... ..r s o.. :,.... to, pl., ,'***'! -:. r.r...ny l 0..:.e.' ... .-.1, .1~ it er
ery Pivlotflonoityet a!,rpathbruagobro 3d, 'Y"9! iblqte rea lldes wSoIIU spoe ofe; I 0 V ie o4 Pr sid cut(g of th riu al .1 ..n..r..., .. o me ton passth e raper age of. nl I forty
they haed nt tobG 00D;! llCG Ofpiedtll tlle iu anapF lgol oPoestaups Grs ius h~i lie oter.401r n th doct~lo r hawll d been hr;iu .3o;,;n." owerh yc4u osior p~are. Un i
goir. aOn this point the aremkn g ar fa-l .thi our. opponn dlm oes not qute nder- il honed in sout"Le wselave-trapdin 't erinstion hav beenl bene hugced was sevle anlid, cor.L
ltalu mitae. Arrnd juthe r e stand El~lo o thstad W01t~ et cl hi O1)itttip Und1 tiled fo}. Gl'liler le ~te Curcho Sane FeipeO on tile r upblo la ht ? ao ogicqs lie, mora' l theoies,

aoth sp ieeh n s Congessprly charceise lia at dItallty c~~is pesetfo day to ay at in ce.;1d ":t U poure iqttle ovit.Terial x on 'his the q de-,.,.., A I NEGRO'S TOUCING, RYE -h
negreeof molderatond aIndv conesion thatruW ingu 4-500i ouil pronsq00R in Phreiace whod bca fsed's) heqd, somedcij of whch runngi- e.~I Dr,.1 L, th new. M-.lvr as'ionar B~:isop
potuJhigg pcul hve extorted fro hla~cim thaete e Tsaen n hi hands to hs ey, insuply deprived In,,,inxo ih fteSuhvst a nieo h i
Thny time in ithet rthen yeara seprvose and s tuyadrpa tsoo rt H re wile th woun til Ticted na the~, lr hpa of. Rihnolud ad marr. iedne g a f flady sis..
geve I~in th ows his girere b th conflict bt" doe- descible 1. dr9~o iteolo neve held h otr fe prert egbrod- nhsrtr eet
trine~~~nil toer thel~l~ winds andt beheyeso that~l' slave-; only -- 2hegvsth en h eeiyoteGnral Coa i
rlly handpae wil yt t cniexis toeher.i1- 8":pople~ o n o J.g. I'u:.r7.. ll un rineand esugti ed uhdit h alr ftoh ruhhswf ihhm o
Savannahs Republica. sayh tls ouc oicoenes are now w !itesed note- onle thed chuch adu te s wav-Id ll~owe a doic ofn, grvet delih bcfallP- thefrnily, and epeill
wjlnutl~ w n 1 uoe herane st~l nlr tld oropoehbu mattnn c o it e prus acid,3rd i ai uld rhrho a eivedin of- rR Y Idfa~sea !; in iof8e meal t ise
hil~t~ u self when the BasiewS taeni oupl i oa oa Catholi assein-yer dYepriedo sO1~light a pitabeaj. WL Bdeon on us jia..ijELP(m~Uno ~l ob a
senops qthe pfil w eyaus rabl per mBkear lovigflcs niumber f omnt Cratholeriosfloigo oe' ihs-I ssi wn faoet ry nve fte
tryE wher the vritabl ke herae oise everI'Ly ia peting fo ro such a uros excep aIIhlentha the'" hate mei of the stitching ,is myer wa Nno s overhe~lm- iard,~c andth
?r'e ctn to belnivha ong ben a o orlcsiut of Ias f 4p the r eetcseofa husnd Fra!ench whome of"~dY Ly, Mao s., tf~hoh de liberat on they D~rd n, whe ble liss dy namefry Bi~rin
nationl1 4pir lov ~om, o. iiu iua havigbepeete men rie iding in Illcn is. Thei resultl was I~e~ prp iety !tydervdLm fiyl of joinin Sleqtie" n u.y ung a ssus back t Irio~ dei~ ol oeain a
into Washingtleton l b y L afuyett Th id te i tunn a a rm o e reR -d ed f the m w ered cinnce at the sae~l nflo soun. }Ve l br nessdy ame too, fo gve
sanuterre ma have Lirepraedbl onlci dof the d Cathol 1eea of Iare tllt s I us or
Basil hae uttheke o th pinipa Rn s, s c ssBilereaer? ime! Suppos tie 4arcr~afture werpeta t e~loho, uhsrto hersi au go a.
poriletalt was ndou adtedly vseto thitshE younty, C ars ibes b bough inthelf bCivetyof oegtt oges o ogw di tken sth Inrcl ein wof te Oerlla o eu
where~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~~n iti mayd behe secu hapgin upler in oun oxepf a ag uTe ol oh hmt eeraSek7o ics es h u, O Lord, be f at ertsiurro to thim
fyio enewl he f xs Moehe. I pole n j.;il~.i T lne;n ?"

SATURDAYh' MABR. 17. 1860. ""nq"tu I ivlc l s oo li: et
.the rest \Iill uppearl t140 week fo~llowing,
bu. 1 ... ,, la.. is ol..1 Lhe anISwerI if there is one, will hayo
.ll .~ ..~ ... oi' r-c'S its turtr We trug theo writers will cou-
pr!r~;, ii.F. ,p or 'l .erpb denlse and make their articles as short as
,, W ... .. .1 ..
.~~~~ eI .~. ...n, all il.<. I .u.- II, il-1 L..oit
n~~~~~ ~~ 1,. Irm ..t \ i.. ll .I .l I .. ..l r.-I the perioral

.y Ir~r [3 .pi l i.. t. ,r, ln rrn.:, rs ll: Iai(.~Lisle* a...I..pll asll at.. 211 1 TE i

do. l~ourag.1.a d "* .... F) a not be too k:I I... .ty :1 .. 1.11. .
s*,,;ri anD.pri. meeting 0~1 ttyn D ~ance *1 .. L-i re..rav '
Th Sout ST. App a vu 171 c ill.jlth:, 1860.
Nearly allour.. h II..*. ~ *n j -lo ir:rl At anypetic. I..Ir i*<.~ c o., I ~...u -
qluestion of the place 'I..... rk" -1.i .'' tive Coglp itte I-.u..4 r..t r ..aIl 11..5 la ~
,.,r1. r ~; i L ill I.. lu- I '" ** he folloF n .! ri .~: i-- r *
[uppJ diu~.~ are plae ro hare .r. ll \,,,~ BI tlcr a~I .
-this subject disonssed, = -l :~I~:w Pacptty, Er! .u-.. 1 B, AI= in-"'
ionc}to the devrelopment.of i~ i, a. p.I .i: F. Ja. Danucy, = ..r -Ea '
of the South. Most that we h~ave soon on j, .., G. A~ Pecctty, 11. U. Canova~, 3.
This subject seem to us based upon an.ecn- D.~ Ponce,
'.tirely erroneous view. That the merchantss The meeting being called to order Col.
of Charleston and all interested in her F L. DANGY, was called to the Chlair and
~rrthl and ro geitr 1h0 Idb see an a R ( AN rOVA Esq., req xested to actas

Nsesipitd helf 1 s p ut qal sanno ~ou3ed and secondedotllth li Cunty 011
unrpri ris*Ttb her ably edited papers party. assem~ble in thlis City oni the 24th inst.,
.-~ i..1. to I the advocacy of such a a t 7i O'Olocki p. m. at thle City Hanll agree,
i.. -1.irrt [ I *''., Decessarily anble to r..n,~~ o... ;. ar. tle S~t.iAugus-
.. !i.. ,.ij an.1Y on that of their patrols. time, Exam~ ui ri. Itl'r. inst.g
C- hle sme barometer nuswe~rs for both. Moved a...i -.. .~...1.1 tI. Irhe Demorats
WThile Cliarleston- is inlterested in ex- o f the St. .as~1uane ps.. m ~eet at tle
.tendin~r her trade wsith tiie interior, aud, Ulty Hall <... ,1.. ints1 1.. I, It 71 O'Clocle
if possible, in allI~I~ "'*Tew Ygrk; and p. Tu for thle p)urpose of norniPating D~ele-
Philadelphia, is that inlterlior so identified gates to the county Convelttip ,
with Cha:trlestocn, that ~their interests are i7esolved, Thant these pr ccedings 110
common? It is coueeded, that so far us she .,,,1,1; ,.-, ,,. Ii,. ;-. '.
is a I;iahdc~laIrirr: eir r ideals iza arti- 1.LL.N e ...a;
d~es L: c.I -i ** ****1 *11. or perh:lapS .. S c
Lh.2.... I .. --c:r ****1- l~l _i .,
(1, ,.:a 11... in~I.~ i.. .I !iore u h
,r oa s .F.1a 0.. r.. -1 1.. ..-rs rir l~ 1 v. t 11 u < ut

house ~,m orthr from an Nothern mijoufactured Autr a rejcts nglaud'sle ee proplluosiio
wbysoul theAlaama perhantnotfor the dearlranegy of Itallia]i n afir and e
buy of irs hands antrd sav e aecnd o m-h abids yteVlaFac gemn.S
fhne ranpred fro the Georgian or Aa ami tmo se llrve th iberty to do sin hefuur.
the~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~h Chresoa? h ewYrk vrt p in deman pd from t Moooas Ione in-
mercn or the Nothe Nrn maufctrer sllsfr this demnity, nd teln possione ofall e on- ti
groodhs and~ B make hs rfict.le Ths they ure eriore
are uil up so far as o r t adegoe, b Adie s l~l~ fro Roug sae, th t theg Po pe io
theSout iarlh Y Whehe the ountr mea od i rednsa AouP oro" a-
chan~or e ofthe ity buy thee gods' ready ig dfr o r the r acolla on ofpromli i ss o
nth~e S~aout scoethribt!or so ar to the md tGea edmnl ha h ar
bo-~ of~ N ater a~llrth. meny o Sit. Peatr be ga raneedto i
Let th e South tae heram pslosi lti Ion ht F The Elctraoeljrt C o f u nittee of her city of
bbe will not buy goods of northern inapor- Flrne eo m ndd a n ato o
0010% r maufacure, wheter tose iedmot b the oil-p~ sny pgela cltfo wih
g .jsoodearesldby Norldtheurnor othetran cniae hol rfs.
houses, and the interests of theAlabaman t
thted.Te Charl estonn! Th cn woithpropri- Bp.... I i the bluokdeofo th e .1eio
syappeatoal Southern mnifcuercut forl isdmitm ..11..* Ourovsesstun n sl dtier cu
support Tsh-e, thes whol. Bothmus t ri otr etfu rp, n tu
trae wuilt the South. a 'lou tqoeue, it i quee t co er iofy ctheI.S.aylfrents
lieveddice the Repulicnis ofa thea nort wil wtes,
boeombautifll lhess eryth fasnt.y Soln hedl owe ee rmt tt f
ern importers and manufacturer, and these iop, aredlunter men.
ohant, why he should noty buys those goods prist l n r atvl ooeaig
as~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~r~d cha sh an n h eshudpy * 1.. Ih ...1 zaiu :- ..i i ....
and comp l his ncusto r s u to s pay, to an o irto rm ,p rh se y m ny
elicn etra nd nneessay pofi or wh cheame from th emnchi Consulat ie. pt

The the Cuharetoo merchants do, thus Tits. A wrter~l Cointe af Nahvle paper has
rho inorth orthigoods is a parerLnt~ l frmcoluedo the obalnenc number iof fre e
*~lo or grodtrP htertoePesnow inl the Slave Statesh whichi

states, hatd the ir othernsso buinesswsGoga ,0;Msispi ,0 Alaba-
an te Calesoodtnls ~iehast beenm his Spri ?asrun, 3o,00 Floidao 1~,2003on Missri,,2
pap~ers ofei Cha~rles :ton caffr 'these, evide- re- Th i1 e bqtuer nd of scho le digcs in

,wordh. Iftheir merllchant go rth tout ~o~;,;,f schlars 80,08 goveragell atdane
shopolt ohuthers Ith Isouturl for them1,44 numbert of famaCle~~n tecelast year
usee to xten thir o n tadeto se 3184 to ta el ctllv for ~ pa st ear $28 ,841

all fairmas for. b.;I iluildng u thei ow vraey of malel with board.I~~ 82580 I.I .l.~(.1.IJv
ernity Hd :rh.r pa wauacue would ot~c throw perae pay of fmles ihbor 141
a f-Jr t snrm hen. their proit o f sperity. ea for each nL~sch Blal0, S-T Iin

o t e rooms o ault emon.

ure for
Jesus' sa
ke, nmen,

*4 t unlgltin::r i nk'.G ld in


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For theu Florida Hlome Comllpanioln. RyfeteSOrological Observations.
Brigidigr Generall XatiP Monthlly reg~isturyf Mo_~touologient c~ l
MIr. Ed~itor:--Tim timelC i&:l appronehn bsraios orMoway 86,furi
when" th sc~tle ] le f lor h re to lol edlby lar. I~.\Lunnv,0 4cryaorfor tho.~Sluith.
15.* *1 ).e- **1* I: *' "d l '. ** jllii; I8 r 181 ollian Instit utio n.

li ~uqtrogg~jded wvith n -f;yorablel eye lby all, Thellrlometer in liqtn frainl In
yqt:nn11.pEagaization,oF thth~~ilijia 41udor it illokesnu 1II
IIaLLt itilke place. InI seleCtillg men for qlpen ar. theI wb~ind, t~lou~s:nd
Irolvipye~t positioons,,w.shou~lld lay ouganc Slol
l"J euep re oth ****. ~-d... .,,,_1.1 .ut n d: ja
Stherir felt--~t: -* 1.* ****1* 1 n l = spirit i~j:
predomintullt la their temperCjllliouss.We
%Iave as yet seal but.oneu pin;es ;l.Uounlced 3 NEi Si 0,0 1
.il .h position ofi I tigildic as~lrr Il so ,, s~g 1 I
.sing~ .In-- F..11 r**pre-, 4-,iI, .,, a highlqr NE 0
ed gr -. II I= ***1= =1* .. po t, an ( i 7 ;! 6 Sl S w *....
ghlereforere equeLstt @at ye~ e .11 announc e g (; IT ;I S Iw Ow .~ n
glis name as alpeqqdidtc tor t i~lt oDsiu n Nw ;INdI rn p~r~n S .!

The aaunul report of thle aupe intepldent '1 8.000
,of~theOnond;ghi:I .Ir-pr.. slite rl. II,. .i 1.000
w~holet jromlit l Isppufacturedjpl ro. .... Ii : :
Syra..u- ..J.r;... 1853 amount edr ... i: I

w~ere. malde~\J shy train.. .@.1j .1,.51.',~ .2 ,. ,. ,
bilshels by sqdiigr evaloratioin

,the shoemakete' trike at !yg is but 24 0o.0
years of : .; I -~ Tie iiS welL eduented, hav-

I. ...I' his 181pes as a joutpqluiau shooma -
Jeer,be readlsl;(i, and I g ua enter thre MALg ARRSAN@ EMENTS. i
'grofession. HliS name is Sloggo Draper. N: TV S C If ED L E 1,1
Ora Le pinse orthern ai1nil closes Thursdayls at 8 A. 31.,
Cul and JO LN.T te L pqs ;rlSatulrdaylst at 0 r.
to learn frost thle Agents, II. BJissroon &Souhr alcoe nSaudy t3A L,
Co., thalt tri-week~ly serrviice pill soon be Northernr Mal it delo on SThurrl nys and Sat A !
established in the N~ewv York Steam Skip udy y1 .3.
lieSouthern Malil ii u 04~ Sat Clndalysat R1 P. aT,

U. alsi~lH F~cESTERlOSCOi'lc E31PORilIU)1, ING: SEW YORKi.
.USers Ylea\les: marguercovar CIULP1oLIrunI 308 B'oadwaty, NOw York* 365 406 $( IBROAYWAYB,
Nottfilux rsttoror ollnA. 4 Ater)ay et,186 at501BRO1D .11two pornO of Franklin.Street,
YD virlno of al Warrantl~ of nlrrest ISuedI oult doorilS from thO 841. K\ickBlnd Notel.
fL le Srlllli~lou of thlqiR U thlo nuboonelr M ~rly I l...*,t ckl, rlpparel, etettainingr almusing, and exciting
turnliturl e muI1 ijpreight. upon!1 jl ~ibl 0l~i s onl the.inetin:
Admiallysidof ,1* 11. Phulerso quea are toou youlg,q none loo hld, ,noue,too J. TAY'1LORPOPITO,
1. Powe o .\.1C1 P C.I' IUI -- fB nd A~lexan-I1 ~ "tl:ell et none!ll~ In, neucL e,,o ckow /
kLIl ital or ojof?: O i( lel~l~ Cljithe I~t te of N.. le eit)1 wiX nl~ljll e eyjle t .119 it, Itpd it muf~st Posses :lvantages:C~ whic h1:1 all traelersa aI1ppo-
haveu reized < !1P. theI swi I, wL i il panOItratle.( ver1ywhere,' cialte. 11., I~cltoont camnyt be sun~lrpoe d, being
l~ouisa, her~l tsla cap, I fu iue mlpesentS to) yourI view~ averIy parlt .Ofthe convenient to threpnuipiaill plalces of busaine
(L tand (1OI aL11 lit Ihesam iPItol m ly se Of ail 1111 s lpullc- the re~tli s, bu dg ,fp l petlec ulile le. :re n~ Ilnled nr Imj fni.1le c l
leats n 11io pi th~iel; brh.l d h tofe irch .. I. --o everywhere expl'o ing Illl(il ven ll he j~: nicll t iV iojen tl 1S
Ilolse i n,t hle b:ity atSt. ... :. ., a 1:1 1 1. A ericq, i n seR('\IC of( lhe 1.- ;-'l l 7'''."t~ >lOmy .\ Alarge p!-
timeandplae te~hovin ... Il* gra nd u the leui fullllll, :1nd1the results~ of th~ir .. .. andI COniman~lding~ iLn

h a .. Z c l lr u Ul? o aclessc l s in I : li I ol on lni, Ijlol igl n 8, orC)II II ea8O fi rl S Id til 1 r lg mn s o
31L1 y relanid, Wa~les, Fr'laue, ;Uelgiumn, Houlllad. thle Houuse~~ pareh, as I -- I thle greatest
----- witzrcland, The Ehline, I ,Cloud, comfor~t rl~tn n
POIE!oulrninbleau. Tnlarlilies, I. IIII. THIE .II:.illi HIOTEIL is Oon
AtHhens, the Hloly Landl~. etctd with .
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '- ,1 a,1 -- .. .. S CELEBRATEID SA~LOONiS,

.~ .._ _I _. _. I ".- .

(Formly~.. II P.DGAF, .f. 1,n 1, won fo. The are 8.I
sp. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I VLwEY.e York. Ex1nnitehor codane v ~ .I
isY deltd ssarl n dsicty sifi
o. ..~ ...,i .,.,,.~,~ AW~~ .H~8E
ben rfca :." 1 e I cun uf ll p

L E cA L NOT~I CE 8 .


Ius flr stre of.Jolnas cout
aemsil Rtoo it 1 1 8 ac;ll elnnl Eisate of
.:t Alugustine, Fe~b. 38 1500~.

~IY vleoiob af'ielr late, I ahall1 makei appice-
)~~~ oni 1,1 bate of St. .John;
"'"" m y l fo .. ..,,,,, ii,rth y n i
31 1 ENADZ

LL.1 persbonsb havinganly claimsp, or.demandni
age usnljlt theB E~Stat of Noshun81 :omh ]lae at

neuct inn~ued ately to
..1 W. COBC Exsecutrix.


1" ... '''i, ,r ,.I I.

A ': I"' "!~.. i?

ron1. .. I .. 1. S 11r I t1

pamet TI D COE1A t

eArs and indebted to th~e Esj are, ofere-

Dogle: 3. 31.839U. C0E! ecu'iri.

job Courlt ofl Probate of the county of
non I r fluQc 11 etihir, ti.} 1 me stlln k
luRob ert nM li lardy e y ill0 e F Aly iR B A K S
Ste 8. AugStin Jan. 7, 180

C(IXi week ofiter dnte I .shsl1 ap~ply to the
k Judget f Probate of theconyorlst Johns
Fla., for lettel rsof \dminiistrtiton do bonds io
pn ririt etiL u/~lun~lu cd/apt I the e~rsrae of
eobei ~ ENA~i )ieiNCHEZ.ecaed

Tyaunlooix rosMarc 1:3. -A bill ,vs
offered inl I:.'- 5 *1 "- } -.i-rI f .. tlec~n-

gnr 1 arles nu, on pet tion' of Newv :

InI d~e Sen~to to-day Mlr; 'lb~yny);S jlegro
ducedgitill for thre establishm~ento; uoi
furia lianrupt law-

Itf is expected, and eanuratly desiredi by
any, lthalt Col. 1T. B. Tllrpe 9C;~ f the New
York; Spirit ofthe~ 1names, wrill ylisit Chacl-
lesa on du-,,.. rt.. r ..: ,.

,,@,, writer inl the Cha~rleston MerLury,
;I. .. ..r : .t te Slouth, saSs : P!lolitically ~
; tie are th* ralt suspec~tinu. wide-awake
I E~il *?' L II.' '- '- *** ***' I
pellplthre n i r I -. -- .../ .. II

~7Th a n rI-- *'.!,.'. I .. "' ...r
Jklitaini 10-11 new-=a;pePIrs di ~tr~ibuted as
( lows:-Engla~ndi 78-L m 4TleS, 25; B ot-
Jan~d 138; ireland 129); fothe Isles 15-

,d emag:. beinF Ilaid at SUalopov, Th'e liel o

p'laiBtilr,. l va prominent,, if' nolt t ()14 palycn
dlidate for theu nrevenue I9;qt," helc eenU1 seen
istaggerrig* drunkll."
tCandidates in oth~er plal~ces bave een
sometimues seenl "'staggring# drly .>/ l

Al 4"o9EUi haI~ppened to be in case of thle
prmUugl officer ill 1)ston, a dary at (wo ,
n 0r, a ad aIsked, '.' What's the new~,S?"
ITwu dollars year jr advance," 744g tle
answ~rer. Heaubserlbed

lUllE Ilc1 1I:le ]la be ilSU C & L t
Th'le aoddessf ~iberty is in a s ttinR pum-
ti r a s oi t be cif outh ilaa of Jil c
ted Ytages of Amlerical. -T he words QuOe
IMusle, on thle other aide of the coinl al.p a
Freath of cmrede, inlstel of tieg olJ i

S! .in c..l~ I 1 i' Ck!EI)T- --Ms s

ly r"cei e4 a ,Iuptrirppolnl offer front F~red

%/t lir it l r yuiet la'ee lsit Nak
3 iss B~. rpfusedJ liiml preferring thop osit on
Ofa free .\l.. .l i i 1. ly tlr thait chfi Dau sih
Qucen. II. I air... Eqrope, a sequssolate.

or a bit of aq cinbroidereJ skint, or a Bal -
mlorall, and yoll may leadJ : Newr)'orker by
th nlose all over )Inglittan,, though all
\:l te et
R't a \Yl:l gelr ayhur mreg Jal bilion
this way; ll and ltu tu cartch a aight of thle
gasiter bt>.,t* as they a~lighrted fro~m thle vai-
ous ommbilua les, Anld no all young mrell
either, but gray-lrcadell old codlgers, who a
hlad granldpa, written al o1I ver thata. **Wh),
should a womllall ere about it, if her:r kl s
he pretty.'" Il- Opre?" It my be ju : ~s-
sible thrat if all exhlibirion is foreJ-oldiined
anld in~evitable, she mlay' prefer to choose
No'w, weca emnusitively allirmn, and shll 51;
),e sustainled in ou4r assertiou, thatl th'ere is
tjo a 0 tlemaro of crre:ct. labiab sIl uning 4
back to allady who shlowel molre of'a ha3nd-
snoile well-turnedl anklel thanll usual thalt is,
iif he was sureo by a "r' ght-abolult face" of
seceing two proodayr Ones.----rirlny JEr. .l

ut~lds the charum or life nuyd mlotio, Thle pro T. Bi:li-! :1 ?'5 per day.
wacs is i [I discoevy of our ownl, av~d being un"- Single rooms, attiC, 4 50i per W'k*
kinown inl ~urope, wIe crove fr~om Lonido lr Single Roms 2dtry 5
L;Ii;r Inig~te onlrs filrnlthu' I atluenturteous Mingle and Double Room, wit fie-lce
Among~ mother thinge4 we havl\e just1ptblisheP d eligiblyj situateIId, will he treated for.
Slrreoscopie Iilaluraions of the~ Seene of. the Boardci exclusive of roomsa0or'

~~I n~.alaogquy, I~lltonl YIteer ray;:er j~tlies; i t o \il Extra,,,,,~ eals, 37 ents. Etra Fires, I
gr Th'o Fiestls at Col. S. st.. (1 IE. lt1)GER IS, I an ild Tialnult a edi u naou25 ceyts.
annlounr e his mispo: as 4 candidate for MAdJOK B.kPAROR~ AD~F~ CHAMB.~~ E~R FUR** Our c'nlopLe0( of sipects and prices will be ) o od fare andl one uniform pice.
rr r I cro 1 tstry ivison o th FloidaTVITRIT to at~ ;Idrel uii'cc0~ 2 ol' a r silnld ac. .

-- --- ties; th~at, I' ,. i 'rpia M.Tllr~uesss, ar andI sICh prictureCS as~ tey mayl vjreques, sen1t by
For B3rigadidr-General. large stooki; = .. ....: ~cie~smut FURnITUREa AT~le TOCOll ncruet thelb St.:. Jon
I P The friends ofI1EX.TAMIN E. DLPONT inL sets fot.. -l**aoe wtotisrmn)cnb driver EAsT'IO Flrd tise nw Jopn
announce ) is nantlens ca~l~ ndlidate for Blrigad er JOHRY19 Lnd Rald Extesomajnr Post "oltab "' "'lio iht eavsdo vrthn* oi fBadr'

< dcian heelit td< ]100 <1 rit lh ellilb O1 rec '5 iiOf w)4o~, eZICillt tlTtl Southerb Trade- sn ll i iri lenl~ th th~w u!t ~ccmout, an ,\ iu n
tio i My nxt sir faciil2ses for manlufacburing decfy comn- \\ 11 keep the:; Iar poste at our owl n exense.

EO ELAR IVA S. 1. :- ..epaedtoticon lnatur wth veytin Sr. p .i;~lne everly Til reasyrg or' ocol n de-
No Good Retailed on Time. uncessr~1y for their spaecess tog~etherw~ichl uti turn!:w~ leave Tocoi every Friday ye~~tilte i
hrinLE l 'h Pif r-i'o )nt 1-10 __m.l trncluctious Ho to takoble~:.'re a1 Pieturles.") Eit iLj oald is complete

S. B T.T!P; NT :j, PR :>PETEi I APPJ ES, ONIONS, POTA~TOES, Imp~lortecr ynd .. I '' Aplcat fo bo, Ir vi t
~__;~ ~___CH_ __ ;-SC( IVgetable, r. ** iews. Due. i'11R-;o
Ge LG 31 1) Thrien Goo; C WI if ri l i. .ak l of the
Y.TIork-; j onhllkin Now York;i~ Ri I::y: ori~4i i af rer ecfl1 aluls o dike agelx- I -1 L
**. i'I ,1101\'~iiit~n' USQ an 13; $I lFF'S S~iuE.: orll kha hirs Fr iii1 irst class .- aT */. .d -
1, .JP Howar New 1 .. I steeoscoic orthe...!...... ? .r 1.. .
i.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~Snb ..t .. .s....i J P *I. price againg. .: q"I "T ;l tCY(.l~.TuF gy:';~l lls 1 '. .1. : ~~ ~ r' .*,-.-
13 1 ,1 1 OT'le; at ll n out rgi s Bridier of S~ll (:/ Unlty, I hav o egbve m. t stieer l~i fceort i .: I,, i --i .
Palaltk~L PE1 Tu'c~ker US CS M;.r Doi: liedd (!Upon andi will sell at public sale before city of St. Ai.. .. .. I... .r .. 1. .
pot& d S n;W\ aienksnthe Court~ Hoause door inl the city of St..AII~ugus EXTRAORDC)IINARY.l: SALE OF \Iarchl at 12 o't I ... II .

A~r & rs 00 St Jhn Ne York 1) I so lz\ Lo in hrlott strot in he I L D L 0 0K ET ei Rous at U Charotte treetin th
liartlett New York;; CJT ble~iel Dyyaf;l Of y or 8 ..J-i kunon as City HloteL
Coulltcr 1i.<~s 3:Iryl H~lluite New YorkI; e 1 Ilotel. A Gold Pencil with Gold Pen attached, Ai Hrouse andl Lot in P'icolata Streef, hoeinded
G:L Perry & WVife BrookI~lin Ne .:York3L ?l L ~lr est ei. rIcahyll lnin~l so e Iounded- OR 1. by saidlst., E. hyr alot formerly~l of Correius
hlrsJ A F~iske Ilooklinl New Ysor4g S Suln- 1~lut \\tr W. is oo lami ~ oe O DL OK ,D ~nW~a ilotin 1f 8l~s l1tn koran
inedliold Savananhlil~ 000. 500~ Aclres rLaId 12 maile swamlp knlowrn asFr 5. u John Genopoley's.-
ahnG iopl ys. *161 Acros of lalnd mnore~or less agl ?rerthl Iiver,l
Arriv;kal at thpe Mityn,~oll a Howole.. ;ilju'l Ares 1444l Yrth River known as Shlell ANDL 4 PR} 311UM) TO ]EAC:l PURICH.SER1 k~nown as Shell Bluff l
B." Glrdnies 91 1 s\ 1 T1, Follicce's Creekl, formerly of 7 .1311 Ta 1:s poitnl~ee le nele inl menlv 1 1 igiolg to I~b i aliohcr'sCokfr
Graly, Jr., ]faston, Ma~ss.; J 31. U Connor jSaor ol. prsc* Arlrc ot. wesme a o posingof our Jlew- .7 Sharecs of Ciy Saw Jllus.
aInd s~ervant, N. Y. City; 1). I-lowlett amil a tres" nl CtycSaw ~lin.spaouni ,&.,ndfm envealstfcin Thle ilore saleis postponed untiil thle first
moitter, Long Islando N, Jr ,Mr. glven to all whlo have platroniaed uir hloulse. we~ monda~y inl Apr~it uet.
Jos. S. (!onthl:r~ Ruton, 4111ss; Mr. John me iny Decemberne t. I (11 ,, 110~i tl first take' pleasure in) saying thlat we Irno conslider EEUAKUY .S asa.
L~owher, !I .I.. 1 .., PaL; T. F~hrl.ick, St : Molnda inl January~a 1 our busineSfair~~ lyandpentaU~lentlyiJ established. ly Geo, JT. Zyhurbauer, ~ep~u14.
Augus~tine, Fla; C). D). HIunp~hreys, St. Thqabol~ve saJlo a postpqua\i d unt/1 il te firs uT t: 10tee tAusieJa.780
Vug I Iclnoc;l s clmr. I 1)iry I e: 1 Ti ) IL toL 10g-i PUIUIC L1)/il thC ir)LSt I)I~lPtnc Rei !Il st va of h;ir or her nlon el inl pG UTr
Clity3 II. B. &Y Mrs. J.) utt AuguISta, (;eo; niua oApi e D. ROGE110, TAICII iel D, OR A GOL LOKT wot So HOICE bun RasnCirn urat,
a.1 &orI i. L~d.1 ,~sbo 3 us; omt.U AuutnAtSeribtf SI JobusJCounty, ful 1 p~lc ni lI' Pre in f Je- a'el~p c hlod, a 1'een P;t S iii
ter, Nott::way Co., Va;I T. D). 1341Pont & ~ 1 THE PARI( elry, lessin4 v:lue thlanl SE, audlit nmay bo worll Jan. 21. B). E. CAREI.
ILady, Grmlalunville,:, 80; 0. A. Fr~ipp, Mi. D1 88, j, 8,9 ]o, !8, iO, no), so, ol even S300;
Gra~hinville, S. C!; 1'. Petermanil, 'ralatkta, FIRE~ INSURANOE COMPANY, "o m'o'Ur' R1slany: Fresha Groerles.
Bloridla- We prop'ose to lot a person know what Pre-
-**---- OS II CAFIT AL,, migin 110 will receive ilfore sendling hris mloney. TUST received a fleshl supply of Famnily Gro-
GENIUS AN, IAB~OR.-A\slexand IerUmil. iAny Ladly or Ocenleman,. nI1~l~l. .)ne of l/e C) series at
tollono sad toslIiiliulrre riud: 'i~ln $00 QQ~abno~rertilep, can rirrt -I rlme iand SWISNEY'S Calsh Store,

hlaven subjct ii) hand, I study it profound~r- O)Sdcerl--237 B~ROADWYAY, nod havcre th .. .. ..: for ii If -.e
ly. Day anid night it is befuo re 18, I ex (iQ WALL STREET. choUosei.I onppeec nthaov 50 CHALRLOTTE STREET.
plore it in all its hearings. My~ n iind be- --o-- I .. general saltisfarctiol. nsench g owpoerdt ne osa l tin
comes pelraded with it. Thou theu effort .. ....InreBulngMchnPIIrai~l Er ca Fellq fn~l! tralez Iact/( owlarfjl, o thpliso Anrcientc' cty anaer t. Johns couinty
-s.I...<. I ma3ke the people re pleased to call dh 'li P -ol lbslse- mlost sp endid assoronllicu o' fall anl wintrcrdry
the fruits of gegius. It is thle fruit of ]a ,eungeb fire,, .,, 'f, however, any person should fool dilsposco~ ., I ..-. .. i
boiaaod thouallt."I ? rl'g b i to Sendusa :I rI n irvancetIL' heyll cal .I. .I.. ; untry
boiad 'cobse on~ce replied to a gentiomas ,. utponm:1 prevo p ne to rpiya e. g e pecae on tlebt

w~ho pressed hlim to speak on a subject Of BGE. I F~A~IRE iS, A}VI( $ ,. or lockt- Lon 1uet
gratimorane:"Te ubec itees gentX St. Auqstatin. etr andl plinlnm esendl for a P'epoil and pen, an~d mne ;lydes for dry goods that lhey will be
mie dceply, butil have not tillne, 'iThore Junle 25. o,. Locke at eare vanlttention ta give e-

sir,i" pninting to;\lurgoe pil e lceP Itar~ t 3I':IEX1AN MUlS1TANG~' ] INDIEN!.l~T. ~L" nan (o1 l2 llllsm 1 artliclessnitlble for emeaett -39
sesion(whchwasthre aysoff) hae ,g te T4 og~s <0 e Gentlemen s Gold and Silver Wiatch- Toolll- Ic a e I list of a few of my 13large as-
not thnel to maIsLtr the subject, so ars to do to 1r aUtcled of~c praig 1led lonjilYIUiYj Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold D'R2 Y : O DS s
it jusiiec."' liv~es s;.ved, varluable aninutsl unhde. usefill, aind tc e ...: rnhbodCohDo.knCs
I'But, }Ir. Webcster, a fewv words florols untld'"~ ills alssungecd bly this grcnt mledicinec, Gold Sh... _-...i -1SeB :. aa i setigs 5 i.1 1 clll~llots atinrt a1'h ~ ndK Jear
whichlis suprisingbto thle juLdguipolt ofP ma.- God ...E.....- Gold Breaat Twpeed Clothi, Fancy Cassimpr:;, Ladies Cloti
you wouldJ do mruch to awakien public altte- what family loes nlot reullireq a stallndrd L~ini- Cinsl Gol ings :c. icio l:ll it Oilg I clors .,,I ,~tlet atl ... ..*,
tionl to it.'> co it.xc \Yhbvea\ er Ilat rt le: S;L IC FOR~f LAIS 3ireylS~ B I irke ~s, udi tpe.? i ro lo Mer j ,.
"If there be so mqch weigh~til any words I1.~BrIses SprainS, Ithousat~isml swellings. wYe have Gaby,; ., ..1 .,..M ,G nocs Br~itil a iesand~rs nZesr 110s G~ents
j;ls you represcut, it is becaiuse I do nlot al- Strained' I us~es, &c. It. hasl no eqlul. Ble- Stone, Camleo *~I ...--= ** 1 L I PillB ""Le t underliS hirtsU. Fncyd Cloakse l, Morpng
lawy myself to s~peakl on anly subjyeCt Hlltil I /~~~... in sonsd~ h genuin r~j~r1: e MdI.IBI ng I~oIJ Udir Emgs Mi a Br elet Iin~Y SC 10C.0 1~~llP t:ilS Je~il natuo H, Frell1 anil
HI(vuIlinld is hublueJ with it." II 11 1l(O ue ten excry. dowvl tqisll ord c\o, glialuzsdlerloeoua, Blysical Boxes, Ac- T.gis NELSUN.iea Iie a \Lj~ki~
.ul.)eosthenes way;l once ubrgd to speakj on Europe,,,~ qud,10 ,!islands of the Occan. Bgy at Unexception;rhlo references giveI1 wFhenever O' ---
a~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~1P gra n td mrestntla o u lNS PAI:K, P'roprieoros, New York. require In sending gyour itimes, write the O'S l.
preparedd" S 0id and obtntl rfq-; Blarch "d. State, County and Town plainly, so ap to avoid AfnepinPOElswokin
ed. LLNAesSads hvl orMilletters being m so rried.A LE&O, hans. pplyg to
The law of labor is equally bindling on GrubbIing djouSnes, Sarry onss, Co; 9. l 10? CANAL STRFE'T. (Old No.) ... i311 fi. CANOVASG T alo8rsi
geniu$ and mediocrity~. Bubn lloe. 011414 NEWb TOlpFe. 6

I I .L. 1)_
L '~i

~iLIL persons inldebted to the E it~le of Gad
i' I John's; cou ryi de-
n ... ....i u saklle inulnediotl? pay-
:I..~.I.I.. i*l *.I
y authentricated withiin the titue pr~escriikd' by
alw, or th~is notice willbJe plead in bar.l
No.2t l853fY 8. 11 1 at ix..

~TX months aIfter thec date hereof I shall np-
h7 ply to thle Judge~ of P'robate of Pir. Johind
countyifo:~rni? l discharet li1t oCtnmuli
Smith, decreased. GO .FIBN
Admininitra or.

OXI monlias aier date hcreof sha:\m n~ke sp-
pgilicationl to thle Judge of Prlob:Lte of Pub
unm lcri unty for a tinal settlement nud for my
1. 1 .. n cadministratorr of the esuire of
deecascd hilte oi' said eounrty.

P\i~is A.. J.GD MIL

NovIIr.\TO ril, 1859. e la1! dwi~e ;


,nedpn~ed ;' ydid ~s
line whic Cohey unty favr him wih~o. He ha
on hanicd, nd is a~lways thsupplyinghmelf. t
th 1e mot ashoa Goods, such assuprio

French U bhic, b e fan g bronfr C lotshlc Dioed

oi Alul oder exeud in the bestlgin style of work-
mhtuship, fislor cah only. ohassppo

cret uid}ris dscne ih, O iest .sl of ih Mak-

RON Pot~a~~ls, Kettolies, Bake Ovens, Spiders,
Skl~r: Co5, I~xon e ro Corn Mlls
(3. 13 II CBARig

el;~k nl it one of the
in llhe Unlitd States,
:rhey nere propared~r l to < rr .
mle:\lol 'cs le l'il le.pat o


Jan. 7, 1880.

~ ...

D~ec. 10 1830J

_I _


mIIRTY days after dalte I aill apply to the
SJqdge of Probate of St. Jphlns county for
perlrmissin to sell certain personal Estalte q(
Lewris and Robert Micikler, (infants.)
St. .tugustie, FEb. 18 0 :T ICKE

tIX months after date, I shall make applicant

:::2 tin lI, :11 .. 3bt c t oa
WYilliaml Thenrbout, decesd dlat f nr on
Feb. 18. 180 te e a SAiD eoun
Fe.!.l~. iaministratrix.


St. Johnls county deceased, aire required to ex-
hlibit the samle withlin two years. anld those in-.
debrct" t el a yate, are required to make pay-

Fe R.IlLEN W. COBB Eeecurix.

te 11hi t eins p esci d 1yao li
notice will b e plead in b R A itr I

A LL persons indebted to tile Estate of Anhid
usedIia deceased are req slted con Inkedimr;

ur~nrpayment. MEO1l'1 sssgld A{OO 1 x.

aesn dolin ch ria oc sit l usli er I i
years, and thls osie rindeboed tocl te Lar orte
qietmkepayment. itnuteiatel CO)oG, arer*.-
FebAUR W, fslHBS

Court o Prbat o the co atyr of ibl,
Johns fr qle tt erslb~ of Administration de oni
nonp:ll with S( th ill annexed. upo thle !.rlEtdteof

NOTICE 81 'i ~ e or

"1T 'ul~ af'e dte I shasll apply to the
r3 ...~ f 'ob or' tile county ora
Filn., for Lie .. a-,..ilr .tm.o de
&0., with .1.- Ki.. .....e. upo i E r** *
Joseph .4 is to.. 1- i.
Jt. uEsie..7,ou. 1lO

ereby .ree n t o I wh m ..l rpl lo t s
i. *n I. .I .. %Cin F bru ry, ..- C~l .I r ,,.1 L v. I I .
Jospl J! II i~. I ... r 1.

ceased are requested I ad makde vimndia.Lte py
'nen totheunder e~ig ned atid~C a~cllperon havin

lyouthersntise wineth the time pescribed byc

law, or this nouticew rilbe plnB ilJ EYS,
Novr.28thll859. Adoinisrtratix.


Sply o e3n;. o I'lo;.,be of lr aH~n
county for my dlischarrge as admuinisbrator with
Stth, eel nnnexed of thle Estate of flannah'
St. Augustine, Junle2j, 185dmnisuaor

IX months after date hereof I shall mak..e
Splication to the Judge of' Probalte ofpr P
hsJCII" as the ad i is trao f lae est tremdf
Antoine Giroux, decen ed late of said country.
August 13, 18.50 Adiastatr
APP.ICA~TION will be made to the Judge of"
the circuit. Court or Judge of hu.Prl.e ..r Eri
Jlm eun1y: s ~. r l i, a -- n. or

Nor. ~ ~ d 26159 J. ILLER.

good- Cook, Washer and Ironer. Tor



on hand, andl is always supplying himself with
thle most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blule andl brown Cloths, black Doe
S i, and Fancy Cassimers, Yestings, Neck
1 Al orliers exeecued in the best style of workr-
mouship. or cashl only.
Ty Alh.MS Currants Citron, choice Mdustard.
I f, o. Catslupr, do, Olives, do. Fresh Macka-
er~el.'lHerrinlg, Codfash, Anehories Sardines,
Mar. 3. ..E. CARR.

TRON Pots, Kettles, Bake Ovens, Spiderrs
I Skillets, Griddles, Wallife Irons, Corn ~ills,
Frying Pau,\ BYooth Irops, ridirous &c.
)Irr, 8.. Il. E. ClARR

Qego'~ia State LOtery.

110}81t MRvRHR Lottery,
r --For the benefit of the-- -

Authlorized by Speciall Act of Legislalture

25828 PRIZES


HellNNEYI &i 00., Hianagers.
To bedranB in public finder thle swor~n superin~
len eace ofr that nlnliss;ioners, apgpointed for
tl~rpurpose, inl Ie

City of Savannah Georgia.


9 ~ o9 o ~.*




Clalss 54~, to be Drawrn Jan. 14, 186o-
Class 65, to bie Draw~n Ja~n. 21, 186i0.
Class 56, to be Draw~n Jaln. 28, 1860.

6R 110 (ZRR P Of Slrt$10 Rnllers'

Fifty Th0HlSRR41 Tithiets!

1 Prize of 800l,000 is $60,000
1 ** 2000 as 20,000
1 (* 10,000 is 10,000

1 3.0010 is 2.0!,i
1 (00 2 a

1 "( 1,100 is 1,100

2 4100 are 800
2 300 are 600
2 200O are 400
50 11 150 are 7,500
10 i' 100 are 10,0V00
4 rizes of $200 ilpproximating to
$60.000 prize are .So
4 Prizes orlj nlaqproximating to
20,000 prize are 000 -
4 P'r 3e of I-ir spproxhlnsting to0
4PIrizes of 81)n proximation to

8 P1 ar or (ULpos," nll roso
3.000) pie oe -3
8 Prizes of riz epproxis~ti eng to 3
B Pliru of 410;l proxi seeing to
1,500 p~rie are 0
8 P'~rizs of 30 uIpproxima;ting~ to

400 Pis es of "I n-pproxi ritingr to20
100 Dprz are 8,000
2j,000 Prizes of '0are.... ..... 250,000

25,828 a'ring lo.......ggesCi,Ugo

1711010 Tlickes $10), liayes $ ,

wlIhetinunxb rs tiulO tL 5 000U crrespondin

ail tubes an 1 a rein r e inded hi sa
Tie Itirstl~ 17 rizes, silndlarly printed and en

samle time a Prize is drawnl fr~om th&e wheel

of Is tio th o let uhel ITl nolne eijtu
prize dmrwn outulre openednald exhibited to thle

lbApprom im Ition Pie.Teto
preeceuanagand one twosuceedinlg N\Iumbers to
those dra;wn~hg the tirst; U Plrie swill be enlti-
1 I.~I r1. 0 dpyrolvtioln Prixts 3~u c

r z~irl, 01 ae Tickets rl sud> Io d 112 1, 1121 i
,Tickret No 550 drawxs the S13,000 Prize, those
Tickets anumbereqd 518, 519, 531, 5.3L, will enlcl
b ecutitled to $150, and so ot accourdingr to tle
aIbove schlemne.

sol5 osrtes of Panckage be
C er. Ii..~ l l l :. ;..5

sent opuctha sersamm euadiaely aftr the draw-

gdyiyl? l "::"",ir lit1;:::Va':'o::?;

1piiniu igete andl mate ignidnune

frone vist ll I wr aell he a nt~ prien dral n
achl tonprne is enitmed t, il~l b ulse after th ~w
very 'urawin,lsr in l the l Sv nna Dily New.hi rO

oIse Salmorn, iked Shat rlmo Mackreiler- n

hbULL INS Axies, Spatu des shovelCrn Mi ilnls,
GlrulSstertl Hes urlry~ig-te Combs &c. t
-d~~illtilns &f CARR,'t rl

TTILL. be sold on the filrrt Mlonday in Au1-

city St. igna lex the foel wirtliu pe the o
so Inmc h thereof as winl J.. =1 I I .s ... I. .....
Taxes and expenses do I 1. II ,.7
1859, by thle heir~s of Mlrp. ].nwrence, to wit.:
thle undivided half of a tract of landl situatred o4
thle iTltl I iver about 111( Inic h olre s S
II== ***1* ***=II., F~. P. Sanlchez arid pubhlician~ds,
East andl sct by public iands, and Southlby
tract of Leonardy anld plubic lnads. Being sec-

tofore assiessed to W~nl. Tr~avers

As esso ulaco rst l Coc ty.
Jain. i, 1so.

Tazx collector's Sale.
vtLL be col.on ie Ers IT1 dr of 31na
Augustiner, the following property to pnty thle
State and county taxes and expenifesduie therson
for t so year 1S0l ob teIe irs rf De rngeres,

adjoining SoutLa the Wallen J uise; ii Lotad-

Re. r5.em..e

TXIIr sol fore ile ('od~ Hotaed door

muchl thereof, as will pay thle State and
county taxes and expenses due thereon for tle
year 1859. byn thle heir so Du ouge s, otok w
Smyrna,. bounded North by Ormnond's lands
Southl by D~uulnctt's, Ealst by the river, West ly
public lands.Ta 1 rl50oa

The above saleis for thre pulrpose of per 'ct-
ing the title.
Nov. 12 P. B. DUMA~S, Agent.
FR.OMI Iic and poor, bond antid fte, Hl co -
tries -- ... I I raise awardedl this wonlder-
fulI article. Sores arle healed, prrins relieved,
lives sured; valuable animals malde uzefuil, and
unltold ills assuaged by thlis great mnedicinle,

ment. Whio eve~r heard of the samrle effects
pro actd b1rinny atlc rnartil? F.11 Gl,

Strained Hio:ss, bc. It hasJ no equalil. le:-
ur:Ie of imiitationsu. The gelunine MuIng 1II
Liniment is Fold by all respeerablle DUlggists
aInd Livery Mlen in every towrn, parish and
ham:letr thrlouighout Noith aInd Houth Amer~ien,
Europe, and~ the 1sianlds of thle Ocean. Buyr at
BRNJES & PARKI, Proprietors, NVew-York.
J'arch 3d.


*'Teleg~arap ~Linle."
Four Horse Troy Coachles, Carrialges and ~ight
d'!ols g lcoll cting wt thihe several

Conveynucces alwaays in readiness awaiting ar-
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time, 3 hours.
Arrivarls and Departures from Charleston twice
a wTeek- Evergiadedi a havlannah.. Cnarli-

And Enr sa amaSf 17 lns re$ $al ev~erinland
latkla, steamner Darlington, Satuonrdys.
Lug lln. N,. HE aill, Pyropaor.
St. August neI .

Y)' virtue of Eud excuin lassued out a
Uonslja Cict 1cn ir tfF of tie cun yd of St
egis P1rancis l~r dier or an~ I .... 11>@ b~

lie olu ,loia c il ti ar d o A August b
teen thle 8usual hours of sale, thle following de-
s 11 Iluer In t in Charlotte street in the
c ty of St. A gs itsCiy otl
L fou at Gin y 1 ca

Jo0 GAeres Land 12 Inlile swamp known as
16h Giopoly s.
Bhdfl Acres Lhand N'orth~ River known as Shell
131 Acres Landl, P'ellicer's Creek, formerly of
Rob sL Asein Cty Saw MIill.
it6g Thle above salle is postponed untill 1s
muoniday in Deceeubernlext,
Tlea .uen 18> i putponed until the first

Mlntq a lo 11arc nest b onoseuntilte i
''he) above sirle is postponed until thle irst
monday in April next.

St. Augustine. AuC~ .r



$200 000.

Omlces--27 BRlOADTVAY, and

This Company Insures Building~s, Merchan-
dise, Ships, anld dlieir Cargoes, in Pors, House-
hlold Furniture, and I'ersonah: Property
generally nail o s Ar lama, b)rbei .
JOHN5 BOiDINE, Vice PrIesident.

Agent, St. A~ugustine.
Junne 25.

JUSTdrischargedftromSch. rdraticfromn New
York, Chrolce Goshen Butter, Frovisions
Apples, Potatoes, Fppions, Bucheatlln, assorted
Cradg~ers. B. J. 94tRR.
pee. 17

,.- The? School under the care of
.d issel Mnlle sa Iosnlw Nlo~ph 1
... of ten mlonthsn. Instruct~ions will
be given in Eng ..I .... I... .. Inigher Malthe-
.',~ .'. i .'. ... I :t,


Announce lnt In ill matde ge atl improve-
Inenlts in thle mainufalCture of K~erosee, thley are
now enarbld to offer it to the Trade it

rr,i C'] I st, and daeN Ken 3


.: ... 5

13 rnn; Bluid W:Io~ ick 2 5 3


-oo -

833Y $1 00 0 1200

700l 1 2.5 |17 70
850) 2 25 26; 47
30.0 87 29 00

Reliable~ orlers fr~om thle Tratde, by Mlail or
Telegraph, filled, onl npplication to
AUST!ENS, Agentas
938 I'errl Street, N. Y.

sarle Druggists, Gr1ocerr, Campbleno anrd Burl-
ing; Fluidl MIanuflcturerss and Dealers in Lamlps.
NV. B.-KERZOSEKE% is the trade
mark~ of the Kerosenle Oil Co., anld aill
persons1 ar)e cautioned aga~lst ushey tce
srd~rl trad~e-mad,eo l forroter oils.
Oct. 15. am

STAKENx up aid committee to jail
in St. Johnls county as arllnaway
about 50 years of age, of yellow-
ashla c~lomlplexion 5 feet Lj inches
!liigh. Snys his nam is Jackt. le is clothedin2
bluc homespun panta~lools and araggedlnegro
cohnlet. sau~~ytl n Ilas wg s~Retti "

val II rl equested to co le
forward, pay expenses and take 111m a i

Aly1. Sheriff St. Johns Cuount.

1P@* Call at thle new Store under thle M~a.
sonic Lodge openedl by HIEarZ, if )011
wrant cheap and pr~ime ar~ticlesinl the Gro-
cery Line and other little Nick nackls- .

ARdINA, Corn Starrch, Lemous, Graham
C~ racers, Engo, Talpioca, Mlacaroni, Yesst
F'owders, Hops, Suda, Cream Turltar.
Ja~n. 21. i:. E. CARR.


SY rit ofr on I e tio ise rolt si lirevard inl the Eastern Circuit of Floridal and to
medlcdand de vere inl flvo f lnRo D

nahl, Brevild county Floridaron the 1st Mlonday
dfArl 83 I t tie usual hinr-o knuen ise f
..... Eve Thousandl three lunldred anld
!I. ~IIcbig~letidi par fel

Monday in Mae ~lliy. o I ; ,
Mhed aoJo The nbove sale is postponed until the fIst
Mlonday in hiy.

The ibove sale is postponed until the first
Mr ilbuv ine eljis o lpned umtil thle first

Til xbion til 2) potoned until the first

nieeo 20 is peors y ned until the first

MondllSin Apilee~e next m. .DVS
TelArenctingpsl, Seifevardti outy. fi

Lody~uJndoulyn Dc radv tg 14.

kie oicaore inl ue N. F potimne cnihied .'_
~Indntic Shnapps, y MadersWn, hry ie
Julen Catoealon Li onsaned Lournde, Aile fi
ton's Bil..= ,
Febr 5.

,, AHAMJ CackeBr s, Indian or, or n oftl

\f Starch. Farina, Ou l .: 1..pioon,
itlcicn Flou, Fla Sed I11 *** *.6-. .., ac, r6
crnlli, Verica~tlp s li Jamica Winge. ShryI'a
MarI.IIP 3\I. Oftl IItbnd, so, CaRR S

NO3, 031.
S pursuance of lawv, I JA?1111 BUCIITAXA,,
President of then United Stlates of Amer~ica,
I~r~~ af clarub 1and Ilini ino l t lat\ io
lan~d oflices in the State of' Florida, at the
A : : L I

a ;.rn rB to eni,, srpats of aefi~s a i t Ij le
undermentiond townls h ili ips, wilo~lch eml nto

Jack~sonviill, to the wa~ter~s of Esrcelmbil bay, it
or newr Pensr~cuacos anld ..front Penlsacohx to
th nState line of Alabamas~l ileg e11 1i~l o
r miumn~ of' two uluiar andl/! cenls per ac'r,

prSof th bseli zeaRrd",o nd es ofth ri.

Towedbip i, nld .!, of i~le and 8.

Ton si l 3 add of ralg ges

i.Towns~ips 1, 2, 3, anld 4. ---mg B

Townships 1;:,a 2, an 8 c. In ~'
Townships 1, ,3, 5, and 6, of raneos 1G and

Town~ships 1, 2, 3, 4, ad 6, of rage 30,
To1, ilad 32 .;n It i

ySouth f the banse line audawesat of theyrn-

Towa~t~ph 1, of ranges 1 and 2.
Towvushtip 1 andJ 2, of rangelp 29.
lownships 1, 2, anld ^ .F' I .-. "O
rwn~ships I and ", I .L
KorthB of the Lsellinle and~ east of th~e pr'in-

Township 2, of range 1.
Towvnships 1 and ", of ranges 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, 9J, und 10,
Township 1, of ranges 11 anrd 12.

cipa[ l er2ideau.
Towfnship 1, of ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
and '* *
Townships I and 2, of ranges 10 and 11.
At the land office at Nownlaulsville, commenc-
ing on Mounday. thre Bfit of Mairch~ nlet, for
toio disposal of the vacantr lanlds in the Even-
numbered sections anrd parts of srectrons, witin i~
thle utfnlermetionled townshi!lps, whlichl rema,;in
to the United States, witinl six miles onl eaih
side of thle railroalds "Iro St ri ..
o ear i n alcool :e tl so ossl Amelia island,
on thie Atnantic. to thle waters of Tamipa boy,
w~th a branch to Cedlar Kiey, on thle G~ulf or
Mexi~o:" -subject,, as requnired by l~aw, to a
minimum~ of twco do~llars and ,hyty cents per' acre,

south~ a ofteses rae ot asl'or ep,bl- ;' '"".. ''~- -;, Cid g" C
cjpa2nloiiu~l .. .1. I bot led by me
Towndhips! and 2. of rnge 11. 2 r ni bue enr uionc n v it< rlll ev rVi
Townap ," and 8, rn 1,of range coirst I ,url vhea thfu and n mriiger brng. I

T o w n~s hi p s I 2 3 4 ,1 3 1 4 a n d 1 5, o f r a n g e .l I .u l~l I~rl l i' 1 t h e p uig r c h a s e r ni n i l
Tolw ships I 2, 3, 4 2, 13, 14, and 15, oflag timesin t, ,. ,. I with ael vle anniac-
rag 1 cisInn. .i. s till, ns~i~8 Ilrblent
T.~sig 8, 4, 11, 12, 13, and 14, of thesi l on telo,- th wixes an seller hnn~lave

Towsu 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, and~ 13, of ture ned nilcludi stri 1 nliSe. h 111i trylipal1:1-
To I hip 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, nd12, frang 1,of lcureld ln arlly letu roughly nlhloubuki nrf da se

20ne i. to anice earu;ly grave, ll l sef-esroer, from d leliu

Townshlips 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and, 9, of tremans, lrunni-st-plIoiu and hlorrors, scames un-
2.lEs1 and 22. hnow-n, until unpriniciplod meon regaln to make o
.0 nsi ips 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of range nl lde~ni anguamunds and sell it ns thle pure

~Towni 2,n 3,a ata 4,. ofauglnc t2, com- ni nor ~ m. r~ knlmon Itro 6ho

ofne ag n 2M tlxtul y, tthe ji soity-sev iee va un> s asY the French naution poetianlly a 1 it ,Eau
3a:",i:i li wh m-i;t:1":" is: "f:7" na pli o de ro, he :t ofle. i~i hsnlle
whicho remacine toth til iit4 Sates, wah nt six good initailoa, it becomes a deat drinki to
Juhns onical,asti acsonvlo ito an a~ les "t om in onI 1 teus olf thausaid of e u coon Tj
Er.L .?rbilm i ornd on enize Bt~~tc o t portinlg Br.:rudy. bottling it, and so linlg it ,
watleris ol Taiml )inv vt~ Il;an t edl W'VoiBs tellder Conl erad. gIs and

acre, viz: ~~for medical purposes.UD PH O E,
,Korth of te bajs line and e ast of theyrial- No. 22 BJoILI r Street, New Y~ork.
c),almerilan. t's. Agents in New Orlesan: E. J. Hasrt &
Towshis an E ofrage 8.Co. A. GrC~ief~ & Co., J. T. M~oore & Co,
TIoowuddi~ 32, 2, anid 3. of ranges 24, 25, ?G,__ ....
i. ati ?9 1 JUTST R1ECE:1VED
Soulk oF thLe 6ase Iline oral east of thie prf'it- Y~ Srhoo1er.s Charleston, and now dis-

Towcnshiia 1," and183 oflfa mes o-nnd 90 Lu toC, Cllic I:lI Plr choice Family
se 0.l0s, mniitrylg, anid whe!r purlposom. together Cieese, Lolrd Hecrrin~g Macklerel &E.CARR
b l~the swnap andl overflowed" lands, will

'Ii~trl ~ng th niniqof the rani roadls At 000~ ASSO ftWOaP

ri b od ojet ito
14 whan on the anclI? plalts, wYitltouL ldeDuc AIY
Tooll acr~ing of the above lands wrill be com- g

ejel~ olendalicl iiruJ atr r eLn?:,1i P O O B E RO S,
tl~~~~~~~oT a~ol nolr hr cl l?d n i sls

hl~o ie ihovo nlandswi'lbe idnu tod oultil A\T C.RVO

euil OTTL Oilgjirs aiil eUirmded an purpose
ly te Pesient J~l: SBUCANA. .c. PIale hrilrny Wilne, Brown do. do.
S. SwanT, C'ommiwse ner o~f the G;neraol ai1 dezrai do. Sicily do. Ohl Po'rt do. Claret do.
Land Ofce. Chamlpagnel do Cideor, Ale, Porter, Ginger
NO'"CE O PiE-EJPTIN CADIATS. Tl Ie, Chl~el1JIf)ramet Ranpberry dho.,L CorI
Every pers.on enttitled to thle ~ighlt of pre. Lenton Eyrulp, Rlasbperry Vinegar, Eny 1:1ua,
cnlotion to an~y of thle land~s within the town- Cham~pngue Brlandy Hollarnd Ginl Domestic
shli" ;:bove enumer~ated is required to estab. Li"uors Hi~arlld Gin St. Cr~oix R~um, Jllnaics
liah thle samie to thle satisfaction of. the Rlegister Rum, Irialh Whliskey, Bourbon \\ hiskrey, Old
ar;d R~eceiver of the! proper Ilnud ofiee, and Itye Whiskey P'eachl Erndny, Apple .to. \Vine
make~r paryenllt thlerefor als soon ras Iracticable BUters, (IHives, CaperF, Sardines, Pirlklep. An-
after seeing this notice, and before the day ap- chOviie, Soused Salmoil0, I'ickled do.,
porintedtor the colmmncement of' the public -\"C'lakrel. Shadl, &ic. &e. 6C,
eal; of lanlds rebrae~ng the tracts claimed; Mar.` 3. n. E. CaR.
etherwisectuch elnirn will be forfeited. TOY T Y !!
S. A. SMITH, C,,ommssioner TU J!1'1J!
of the General Land Offee. A large variety of ToyL for the Hloltrisys.
9ea. 10. Nov. 12 T. NELSO}'

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J.l sB.N~IX,r l ,lri ,'g ritqnoronclETR.

kn c~oll >< ii ll t ll 1 L.18 ,ti a Ith l 01~ tl
poIullya s to inyiorn the on er patonsic olf the
ilistlolus ogl in isral ntil Ir fll~iPI sist l) e
anud made many11 change).s wh/ichI will natol us 1
cofo~rtbl na holme. an~d as a public: resort. Heo
r;nl nlor tsoltidl a condon to as~i i t tesnl thL
ornlsiistance, to renlder the1ir sojournall thle,

casant aEI D @A, $l.50.
ct. 15. 3m

St. tu u~-estine.~ Fl'ea.


".a~ rsu Sc~ aesed~fol ater1"l o
1:--;4 =-;- former proprietor, of thle Buf-
fin lon .io.:s Jackso~tnville, wrho again respect-
il Isiolicits hlil [061 rietilds alorlyhebleublic td
ready to grsee thiem ill his usuillstyle.

\YOLFE'S GENUINE *.~' ~ DI~ !~'l.,

n am ni sulpli n a tirt trade winst nur Co
private use. Thle itumenise suecss tha~t hiS
crow-ned my efforts to place a puire Gin with-in
Lihe rechli of all, unider the namue of Aromustic
Schiedatill Schnaplps, anid to dr~ive out or thle

ennl e it tieplii o calpoti rsuel d une Oi

should hlave complied withl those requestg from
:111 quarters long ago, but wals deterled 11-em~ it
by use factl, that owing to the exorbitunt priret
of Uranldy in France, conseqluent upon the short"
I;- e ri I)IPP PIop for some years, there
i boung able to imlport tle
3lhoicest Bralndy.botlle it and sellit at todd*
rate price. Fortumstely forv me, thle grape cr~op
for thle last and previous year (iand the8 ProspLe t
f'r tois wit 1es bendanlltl jand prices .of srl d
T'he duty onl Brandly is arlso seventy per cent
lower. and 1 have nlow malde arrangement ll
wsith f Ir B~rindy exporters inl Frlance, of hie
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