St. Augustine examiner

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


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

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-. .6 I. ST. AU ST. ., ,", COUNTY, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2B4, 1860. ...

.Z ii. TT A "VT ,A I .Chine O O hss Home. ; doors ofhouses and on each side is a com- Drawn-NotDriven.: I WHAT DRUNKARD MhANS.-Lest l
I i ?. (' l .yl A V N A. D-)ur ing sister Ward's lat.e visit to Pp arean practice, generally expressing a wel- Those who live beside the Narrows" shouMld seem to chlin to" ma fo tho
"-iP __ "? 'f ,r~''- T-" ." T-" ; a? iu a pritte hou,,e was allowed him for the coie. and good wishes to the guests and sometime seeo a huge man-of-ewar moving .i.... II t.1'-d -,'J I.d ,.L; a *ill, I will tako
rlB.LISHiEi>D Vi, i 'rY TU ira YW ) [ S 'L^-S .. use lof hii.srelif and suite. Tihe C!iai cor-h trang.'rs who visit w l1t' house, or else con- majestically down towards the open sea. a ..- .. *i|',.>.... ] n; 5 .. i. 1 Ith" .t the names
respond utof the Hosion Traveller, who taking sentences from tle Chinese classics, That motion is a i. * ,, .... ,, J..l I ", I ,.*'l, -,, ...,*'- .,, t1,,. ,1 .
_. h'' j- T0 0t ( f N "G E R ] a mpanicaed 2h'. w2r. Ward, thus a isesribes the which or held in veertn- ao ong the canvas is unfurled, ..1- .1 1 ........ *i', ...... il .[ tLe ,, : -r .. ,. .
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"T ..OD OLL a nS P R A N N U M t,, 1 ) I '" i -u-;. . i'. ,,... II.-_ ...1,0 ,, .. '". ,- ,,r -, .. .., ,. l,.1. ., mauis a poor, ragged, thirsty customer, who
S T ... .. ... i .. .. ii al with thelie." Yetthe brings his pay in sa sums; wil" is always
../ ._ '' 1j p'*, r, .. _.1 ii- .. ...*", ,, -*,* + .I '1... i, i a i,t... ij .. ... ..i... ., *". i' ..... l 1 ...- ......... i. !i. ;, .. ... ... i 'it ...., .1 .. *n. .' .,s fleia t steann -ta ; w would m a se b at a thnraty, alw ays lro uane, iand alw iays w elcom e
woad ua etHe t...... gnifleait stoam-tug would malre but a thirity,walways profane, and always welcome
^7. 17.'- "tie7..-.f ..-. :,, .. ..... ... ,, .. t o s of is house, oi o.s, 'onderfu! accountsare giveu of their val r pitched into battl'with the when he has money. But to his family,
f"llowiinxtyerms:_______ be offerecl t'Ietr eas t .Very'low prie- The as- for there were two, both of blrick, and ru1 u black-browed EBvenly-four. what a d(iil'it Im alcaii the name of
,> .'DoIri ,rsqua, o>.clve l, .l s a a worHleexn dnadit nig parallel, and bein g about 150 feetiong, They l e boan k now i n rtern Eu-a So have w seen a nle holy- arted "drunkard" has It means a faithless
one Doll-tr sq;true of l\* 11i 3 -Colyi ,i il'0 l&S et .l tO UU1S..Ran.. e uta vv ea8, S h vaw seaaliBIe loy
n..,n, th, e .sti iiselin ,., ad Sv y.-c t e o, S I ith ,c,,urt bet-. en about a ity fet wide rope b t a w vears, t n gaining by the cords of love husband, a brutal fi their, u everlasting
"" I- -I. i... "+ t ' 'ei r ,' a outth" We ,atteoasi ralae c n r-e ie ars O O e a[ ti.. dl ~ raIl~
Y, '... ,hd.. to lhe nd paved wiLi b wn stone. Like almost alte]N ean aboutt.e. la es :,,tthey are .r ed h as By ;r i v.i sh shame and ua perpetual dread.
space cotLte o A co et s t i .-.. all Ca inc houses, they were of lily one how 1ou ld Iure, and ,'u whce t.," ca "ould not movv bim one inch. SheIa could And what does this word "drunkard"
Ss emen Fie ily ro rii, Fo h al l ,v, o.foIy, and W; ros covered with tiles.- b ely inprted only in t autumn or the thinking ma, the phianthro-

a ran I c lr6 N. Y. ?,'iiACH! iiEN Y nDEPOT, 'a court, sI oming to divide the long space man bee c nit.s in their greater capacity r^ B* wo s f as t t sil ke iun of the laws of health and decency;
A'ii : een s iko, iwaim tli>num- f 8 pea l- twi Sew tiloek. "m( rI ia ~s, and doors opened into envb to eadure tt.cfcod; in tht hist that t.ey l of o t, hi soul, and plied a onoffnder agniust the duties and charities
be a ur a r it 4, --wai be conutialed it A u ^ i s they were needed. Tile rooms. swarm more lellu twice the number annual- toe I-w r1of :aon persuasi'dit.was do of HOME; a neglecter and despiser of mon -
"^* it .,; : iE.u- B'- L N 1 &1 A 14 Nweve,, w.,re law,,and dark front tstile l; tat tleir queens are muc h more proli- iht;ul t c the great r ue will ality and relion; a blot, a stain, and a
....:> .. .... i" ai Sulle .s's toA. L. ACKEU2,1N. ,) o se,,i-trans.parent paper instead of glas' ;i tht "he" i olkers .comu .ece earlierin f h. N, a -"n "raw -de; livin libelon his race an out
p + -4 '' t afterr hot'." Nror dd ( anytdlla so tdrawhl b re;al ivin + g lblol i ae ; a"il ut-
'"CuBU aJ'rtis is ayavhla quarterly: STEAM EwsNGNES AM. L JJ i,: -indow. Tly were neat, and the walls son, adar or industries; and tot t,,. he ,Aizion of the Crss as her cast from the deceneies of life; a poor, piti-
I/l tOi s 1 I otdt [a 1i1at,1th"t t.eyt i ric "eloss aot to stm, d may Ill- !
av'et b' s u ,". ,., ', LEATUi,, r ANDRU-BtJ, EITTf' ... cvr.d with ..d'1' ....... twith .ey are le ..t.t. spiap dr.hd p r' I c sten',J l, hly sweet-tenperedliee pieo y fp able offender, who is d estro y ing eve ry fair
o whenaealledtfar. ". Lhe Chinese us but little furniture, and, a .i taned by at.,, l,,eut; that t er motiive power lay wholly in attraction. thing in his body and soul, and, whhlo
u. O i t. r si:x ii" tl.i. 10 00 .'wus::0iAcc-k n8ATU -EM).fAhD DUEALI.I, tnIN IhON ,sN D \ OOD the 11108 Of what ; d ever beloleito thisis Tl q"e" '" y aue tued .ass to lay he e s us bingi blushes and tears to the eyes and "u
1-1ars Admli^stIl- WORKINGMACTINERY, had becero ovedias unsu.:.,o fr tas i a ^ t u t l a "live i' `111" m t la in urattemph o i do uther good. Com-, i ,
'on. '- it s tes and custom A gat,, c1u,,J at night, l ,e uc a h *e' .d ep v D o ui moves no onte. S oru s of invective make -is "1.- .
.r..,1 .- -10 olO ct^ I C', t tlte contraoi' iliavillage, and with fc *c Pl^ ts"-" ^ ,sl abo ,,ut it, shonld r<. "ti let over- xu*-*'" *r about aiE L. th e h
*l A. 1 ;1.4# 'Job iing, ust e1,, id -aid trddn' tr el, out of it. At't ri he1 and can tueu t, depta o, flowers w c tian Intelligencor tus discurses about the
,a~~~~~~~t- i, rodt.mtmwok {ER :.,N 0 t[""", travl ....f i A +' -I "t'1 pt -! .. o ,p.,w-urtngloveu pour its tloentlde foodeu u'o x ld afh ed
0 Ka o l buildings were con ious; nc.. and i are entirely bue nd the reach of th e on :-, eplo s of the needle:
i s ; AFrom od tlst Nor hald the L A o' be. r. ]P:rson feels T,,sured that i atd the armnt is flp off ia au 'n "at a wonderful t uing is : ;-" m: ..r
I'a'tsi- i,. C>aSyo ALsTniN+& ca ., a.r^- owner bOee contout wih- ..... ,u, thle they cal be easily domesticated, for he sta. odhsgive ispeope no com- of sewi It began in Paradise, and was
FtL, L SIliO ARE O OcT. 0t c i ... 2. :. best house in the place, and supplying us wetfrely among toi, without any pro- n to ru s tos t eC eso frut ofte fall. Amidst the ,
...........--" _. ...... with th.o s tinb .d1s an]d .li.... .hca *"f th section, while tile Iiivels were uncovered, odor of flowers, aud by the side of mean-
T r ." ,-- .. E JONES LA- EP," "n ,It ot + eao v r and tiecardsofeob handled.l He a1 ,, Wehave sn p:'ents who seized their dering streams, and under the shade of the
T HR-E L LJO N In ti y I t l lu v ,a uh o te s etanso a ot h m u(e a r,.,1 ... A l p s l e a 0 o r lt
, 3 '" : :*-** .IX "Cr .KD i v v ^ ret niI ."' i ,( ,, ; '1fcs s-. i d Ol iei u ... '' '1' -" '*"" '"r *"'', ''*-'^ _'_" "''cD i .. ..^ -.. _i.. "ower.e fijii n !" ... ... F _e~
37 C "' "I--o n d'tle year
- ^ J r V'-."l P e nlit] *j -, n *L -;ll ,t i*" w-i 'e al w h r '-c o f e e r ,5i + t o e ir h,; is f. t.. h e. J d . '. ". to u c b o w e d i

ah pr .. y n n r j t h v l u p d d, c, t, B ,vi u ,_-+, w ie _Rte-. -s w e hl a v se e w is er o n e,, w h o r --- o s-a '

BUC H AT, PA D. .---- 1 .. .,po d i f tut o et og a d ou n ta kl jn fwin an l. p llh i le ag dhi gii ve l s. j ege ne ut c n ece d d t w o T e mguls i ceand e sf k n y tpokp th i m frs
iUTTER JIEESof *n, o*;-, : totI TARBELL & i e 9 ,0 U fa ue e g ow oo, n t p e o t co o h lveuswar d so winsonmelyp that they n p l of r o h
"". iaipl ;: I : .. ,,it J!"" ,./' ': ',: 2 : :

LA D, tune s r nins P son unyg!), wome of h 1"hvi. s trpsof h r 1 ed lt i nd e o ud e h r e id ct w x h sc m asost ndenry Iu t at a riaeofb r ot hiclirea s eve iceam o
87 Central ,tl-cut, Boston 1." t 01 f w., j i I drew tjir lltmln Ones by magih 'magnetism been t
..l .-tI1 from Elie:; totientyfive dollars; With'th ; .c been te n ari sc rvitudeor sor.w. And,
jirilc t. 11 llca.on fc i i, 'araoiin ill (It V'rlye 1 -SNcl. n*l B. Th J-- Jlll'-V 'u 111YO-d i a"*'""i yor laid nK, I I proper inm goln -< lii col in on r. h del a bout tlienu i ii "zchave l 'sar preac ers, too, le curs ha ac bee wihu it b' .
lii...... .....+ ai + Be +v .......* ii .m v+ v. ,. ; j^^ ii,,,, + ,+ >l. ,p,..v_. l, o.n w r l ,, ..... ... whic n ev.| .ipo r a ge cn ". hio cud i ,e ^^ +*,l, bu 'ei .*e- is tu d r ou + '=' bt
Al pl v ic k; a-, + + :'ir .+ J\eylhitY tar n If"Mygb n m'ot it

p.i \. e.A... ", P l,. i ... .... .......... o +': ....... ... .. :.pier. :i l i'ac and u 'ed lioh ailie a'Pulpit tile e s of _, door. or w
-Pin ;laek o-ncrv iii ) c nt K .ir es "i I ,, .H nei tn n lro" Ie.ive p.iv'Vr of a queen bee is almo:,t -T il ,r, needle with the tfor hce has dono
il p in e. .jt 2.-.i. l^ lou. lu ri'. 11,1. IJIId u s lut. Out til ., Proodd tt t ade lO no nan a t euU otilof
frotXlay -lo, o Ina-ey angn is 11:1soh l loiti... .. o e o ei V 4]be t;l"jI roal at ,i e one can be b ao .n tfan tor man tuan the uoodleof the cotr-
,l, ie lag w ,i'j P u l oe season, thirty t ousand i fn p s T e needle-work of tho Tabernacle
__ .._ ---- --- ..- ---- Dr^ ^'P ,^ : ^ ,t :!!ad boootbyp~ enn -, .,g aend filly quoalls. As mualy 1^ ,^ is tile m..,t*anoicut record of tile art. Early
aay. I-'. 'Ir. S ;. A ,r,.D,,lcur it, U hullD]P,.,A ; 5 or,, ,;u., r their. e-, t l .r e,g' whi e the air ws n I I 1 l t 'God i i ,,a hsao quue w;s As a thch usdhto. a! !s us t veentsrof the pr iest s,
: .. -L '. *L',-t2 ,iuh, rn .ri'ir hr 10 -ur IZ,' ", 1 ,S ".,r(w;r coi- +. '.. ub'en obt. uad, but fifty is a sa uer u ... I'.., it was ionorerd by God slims flr, and became
( -ren i]u wcreo umicr t 1 ,trs ul I .i 1 <;i. nr s;'t- niltait'eU. ,i ., ,. a 'e m : od will to men" was lthe ethoul of their K, i" 1. Th K.ig
,O' %"ie.. S(3, ,e..... ti e iiip 'r .....f] *~", i ;, i i T ... , .ci: o!.i t lan b e k c e s s in t a veo b u.a3 o i es ..*~ i i g
fl .a,-or w s ", i 1 oil t he -.t of ..... tttle evening it added to the beauty of .. .. i .. .. .
C a p G oods icnI -u-r, will do' S wl!i ", sxl ttoselenty Pounds of oc 'sy pe so : daughter is ail glorious within; hercotlu l..
t ,; v l ebeent tc ejoed i te dlo .", the seen to h:vo large lamps suspended I b lemnber who it was that eightt have s z g a +o
to a 3,u ,,su" + ), whie one ul, 'ed uI 'to soIwrought -old; she. shall be bought
(e stcceass t ly o ~~ l y nVrouscu v s i" t h e Ula out, -~
I "ME,,-. ,,Y ,.. .., 1 ,i d i.lia svanus placesthough th e court, hea- ^ ^ : ,. sceursca us witlh the Scorpioa lash of his unto thile Kil in rai.eut of needle work.' -. .
BUCKWH AIIE.VL'; Al : 11' : ., aealuin o.n two feet long, and oue 1n) 3 1 ,, ..s e Ju vengeance, but coudescended to woo The uagnifcoe of -+k:iy pomp., the im. *
BUTTER. d a frame bingvof wodgand ustowardsII.gave" bythe giarev tined' o
BU-TTER, IIEE E, ',+ ;,[ l : ,' .... .." ... diaucter,, the frameo bemg. of wood,gt and. "..o tile a us towa'ds eavn by the pierced ha\nd' of posig speetale of rel i n or wealt, th
.LARD, tu ys for r;,onty c tl, 'c. of ls thc .vis strips of red cloth lln his coRipssion. And e s atri e 0 ;ioorotegeat; the chr of
... l....otoll ...... .oli!.......... arpound sl exr s an Ihs ud dp ali P h vl dso wa ver..... c a trou C nd e i.t ha s trib u d nie to the gre ted a..t.ra.o. f
BEEF,.; ,n. R ;efe to anyoti. lheads orDplt et~s the..lo i\.bxagwu.1 .ides,. ...d lithers. m.... a ec....toChrit.tns e! ,a h bead ,!r

-' ....., ., v .- diawu thct'2. Teiror can only drive.
pro-t her livo. Then -odu of sendingI draw th' t' 'e e rcsp cof
thesec)esi from one point to another is 1ve attracts and sves "re oi
sounewlut curious. A little box is made, every converted man to the clhims of Jesus
four inches wide, four inches deep, and lihs been: "-Draw me,.and I will run af'tor
ve inches ad .11 I ... ; two slits are Thee. Lead me in c o paths.uf righteous-
inade in the, top, the thiekubes of a saw, "nss I will try to follow. Lord! what
and sometimes a mude in the cnd, 'wilt thou have m" to do?" ell will be
an inch square, aind covered with a wire itll of souls who weredriven thero by the
netting. About two inches square of. old condemning voice ofrjutice. Leaven will
hIoney comb, for food, is'placed upright in be full of' rejoicing souls who were drawn
the middle, and in the bux is then placed by the attractions of the Cross.-CUYLmER.
in iipr'egnated queen, with three to five
*. c .. ., ,, ., t DlSTII.GUIS;IIUD i il0EaIAIER$. Lin-
ullundred working. bees, "educated,' as tfl y Dis, su ,E R S. Lin-
tin it for t eir position. nTus, te flounder of thie selegee of botany,
terum it, for their pos L 1n PUcse arc then .,'. ,
st ,t p o *e fouIt i t was apprenticed to a shoemaker in Sweden;
sel t t 'Uas the post, oile 'd t e Italy 1 i n c"
S ......... ... .1 I but, D atrwards ta uen notice of in cnso -

stained gls. On tlhe top in ornainentJi
story was added, a trut high, of eanrvedl
woik, which projected sonio half rout be-
yold the lantern proper. They discovered
a guod deal of art and taste, and are for
use. strips of red cluth were hung
up on the walls itn various places, as expros
bive of good wishes.
But the most singular and yet touchingg
and beautiful usage is the fasteni-g of0 lon:
strips of buttonm with large gilt Clhincse
characters. Of course they arei unmleanl-
!ng wkitout an inteorpro'utr, and, as we had
three with us', one .of theu. at my. request,
translated them for mie, and liere I give
them to your readers.
Opposite the main entrance was written
in large ch:Lrncters:
Over a door:
"Receive all Heavenly happiness P'
"Feliuituus be the sun, and auspicious

F118I',1[ GRiOClI. ES.L

UST rcceivnd per Schr. Mary Louisa direct
fromn New Y6rk:
( R lh, ouiirn Flo I r, W. Vheat,
12 hiAs. IxrL lPi', J' read,
13 do. IL P]'utuIitoes,
do. oUiuni,
do. 8.u,: Crackers,
dla. Sugar,
do. luttlor,
do- Farina,
14 lioxes olgate lh. and ,V. So.h SopmreS;
14 do. \Vigntcd,
6 Buis. StuIrS CGru';od and ptj!veroz'd
L Collfc, C.dlecs andCandios.
Oct. 22 M )DO,'lNE'Y.

. [ ,. ,:*;, :* It*S,

(.linger Sohualpps,. Crackers,.
i *id o.
S ,. .
luteor do.
1'iloL BrIad,
Grah-m Dread,
Corn, Sntruh, Farlna.
B. E. CAR-
Oct. 15.
I S selling Kerostue Oil $1.75 perGCal.
1 mushLed Eugar 11-2
|irwuw do. lu por Ib.
bc' e do. 11. per lb.
d.;,shci Butter 31 1-41 lb.
Co(6e,711s iir $ 1.;'J
Ahanutiue Cnalidllcs 3;c. p-r lb.
12ephanut Oil for Ladi 1.'.", &,c
/lIIOICE llaS, dried l Ice, nEs Becr!', nes
'urk,'smoked 1.tii ues, piQklh.i 'Iongtie.'
white ilc;ts, s !,it Peas.
inD. P:1. '.. CE C R

-!01C CLAIMET, Cier, AAic, Portr.
) Lt'ut l SV'iipt, J 1;;i l.'l'ly VUIieL:', Gil -
or ,iiui. Clhrry Bra-dy.
1t. 1-:. C \tll,

T)OCtI1NG ,.i,,;,. u'trcnB, MaUresses,
l j D i ingi Tg J i. -. -.k
Jan. b. B. E. CAPIR,



beauty, are d-'pnudeut upon the neuuedle."

This question was propounded, in our hear-
ing, a few days iue o to a.youig man who
had beea f"r several mouths unsuccesft?]ly
socking emiployumentas a ulerk or salesuism: .
Uolnphlainilg of his ill-luck, one of hil
riends who kiwcw he had a mechanical
talet but doubted whether hecould make
himself useful either as a clerk or salesmaian,
put the interrogatory tu him which we have
pl]t.ed a;is a optiou ofthis article. The re.'
ply was, "It is not sa respectableas a m cautile oaeupation." Under this delus;va
idea, stordi are crowded with young n n
who have no capacity for ;usincess, and iico
because of tlhe fancied respectability of
doing nothing, waste their minority upon
salaries which cannot liquidate their espen-
ses. Late, too, in life they discover their
error, and before they reach the age of
tMhirl, many of them look with envy upon
t.e thrifty neihanics, w11ot,, in the days
of their b'voyhood, they were accustomed to

LEr-BNi(; rY ExPEIEmN- C--The Ec'-
gefiold, (S C,,) Advertiser draws from th,;
failure of C(,A. Meitinainger's mission to
Vi,'ginia, a.1 useful lesson. It hopes that
the Legislature will hereafter "do nothing
to place Suu.h Carolina in the lead of South-
non actio, w;thuut the most mature deli-'
bera:ion aq to the probable effects of mo
ania," and sugge .ts that an appeal to th;
lltb-x shou-uld alwa'.jys preced any such '
action. Three times South Carolina: has
already attempted to lead of' in thu Disun.
iou dance, and in every instance has been
leCt to her auu.emen'.t solitary and alone.-
She may well hcsitat', about r,'-patiug such
ui;takes hereafter. .I











quence of his ability, was sent to .I .
David PtIrcus, the elder, who was ater\wards
a ceieJbrated professor of theology att Lidel-
burL-, wa6 atwone time apprenticed to a shoc-
miaker., J. Prendlil, whlo died same time
sihce at Gr'ay's Luildings, Loundon, and









lHamiburg, the governmenllte uoI!um [UI'uO i
tile post oflice very much the same work
which our exIpress offices perform. The
result of this experiment will be watched
with much interest: for if suceesiful, thlc
new breed will drive all other bees out of

B, E. CARlt.
Jan. y.
F rom Sostm:,

7 5 a "c H ,i' i 3 OLh0 I r is h P o ta to es 4 0 b bls .
) li.i':',nJ. t; e~ts,;s \Vines, 2 hbis. Crackers,
1i ;;sk; ..., 1U 0;sks l'rtlt', 40boxes Rais-ins,
50 d,-t.- Fi,, 4 trails Dates, 6 hl, ls Almonds,
15 kC.-"'i'tt].r 7. 5 c~ks Chc ;s- 75 kegs N5;ils,
h air bl B e. Be ef. 2 ca sks liiiis, bbl P ork,
5 bb!::. L'ird, 0 bh]s. Erie -ugar. i hhd. N. t).
Suga:", 3; h itl, onlimi ;t bl;l ".,. H ul'se
Syr't.. 1 bbi. lIh~p 1!} b:,gs ( 1 boxes
t iir hitihs lom-,, 6 dIz. i'ail., 40 dW z.
]-ri,!:, .3t, kvg V'ri". l.cLad',l '; h x Soatp,
5 hliG M:;itLr'l, 4It b)bo ,i iitrr'hg. 3 buxes
{ nd 'i'.l. :; l,,, s i-L' onu.s, ^; !:":. Li:-', 13
bbi-,i; h'. i 1:i, l.C~i;;^ l !sii< 1; i g',; "iiiLioIi. E bIox
.Sar-lilnfcs, 1 b;L Ai uvie, 1^ +.[.I.. Al'iuid, b 2
cakns Oil, 5 i-i, i;euvuue uil, i :;s.
,'Bhiad.,. 'Tubae .aj l2l";it:i li'j.i t.L-. ci..-,.)t i+tllnlE i
,e rs2 i >k lirs 1 c2 k aco .. *s l;uae.-;-
"Y t.*,. 11orig|nal pac',;:ges .n whl be ~d to l
l'yiniiica ni Liis l iil oaunce for catsh,; aud 10 vthe
" an.- 14p. B. E. CAI{l.

(1. Mary Louisa from C Mharleston. 1.ce
Flour, Ne"w ice, Family Flour, fiis, Salt,
buElselhdhigteCorn, Se,,ch Al, Portcr&c.
" 17. B." .L CARR..

the chu'ls i ....... who w,.s a prof',und and sJcein tie scholar,
and A GooD RULE.-A man who is very rich pursued through liib the trade of a shi60-
**IIarnonious may be the breezes, and now was very poor when hlie was a boy.- maker. Alan Sac'Is, o"e, of the Germa:!
sweet the rains!" Thben asked how he got his riches, he re- poets, was the son of a tailor, and after-
Over another door: 'plied: "av father taught mi never to wards served an apprinticeihip to a shoe.
"tlappiness comes from Heaven !" play until muy work was finished, and nev- maker. iBedict uabbouin, one of the
On thle sides of another door: er to spend mny money until 1 had earned most learned men of the sixteenth century,
"I!ag!ination, like a great dragon, soars it. If I had but one hour's work in a day, was ai shoeminaker, as was likewise his father.
an hundred feet 1 must do that the lis thiing, and in a lHe wrote a treatise onu Ihe shoeiaking1 of
and I hour, and after ihis I was allowed to play; tleanciets.ri1ic1a he trace'! p to the tiume
"Liter;ture. like a good horse, is vigor- and then could play with much more ile- 1 ot oAddl hn;!slii. To Le.,o i.:y be added
ous a thousand aultui;ns!" sre hiau if I 'h d the thought of an un- I 1[,,corut' a;dl (ii'.,rd, :o so tiL nyl yeas
Anolior pir ofsuntecs was perfectly I. -hied task bei'fore my mind. I eary fom- editr i' the '2 1uri rly -i--.v" an
ChinrcEi: ed tihe habit of ding everythingg in time, !u l;ouifie!.l, c utr o; The i earner's
"Tht virtue of sgces is like sweet wine: and it seeoon became perfectly cesy to do so. L d.,,y," L.d e!, r ;!..--;.! ;: whoe. werec
-Iavcu's grace eurilehes '" It is to this I uwe imy prosperitj." shoemakers- ;;.:, i J;';!, the Secretaryz
d -- o.'thp A nti,_:ari..i Soctety ofLonldon, and
"Thie words of a King are like sigco There are many wio say more than the author ol' surai luaIe:d waoksa was ori-
sounds: the favors of the kingdom are truth onl some ocansions, and balance the gidal;y a -uit ;aker, b'ut fortun:.tly .iundI
many!" account with their consciences by saying means to complce.o his studies at Oxford
The poEtiPg of such SCentences ver th less than, the truth, a others. I University.,


St fia '.'4 *,.i itil '' P Irkli'C Day. Florida News. home manufactures, and prevent thle nor- [FOrTint:ST. AUGUST'YNE ErXAA..I'mn.] Meticaleorolog Obzorvation3.
*% U I Iillo-' II, 1. ,,' 's i commo n-11110 I romn theiKey / f l/e Gull we have pre- mous duties imposed upon our cotton, in :6*r ti.o Childronof tho Sisters' School. ry Monthly roeistotr of Me'torological
-, .. .. n, .., u L .ci,, .y .. l. l, i inst., a day pared the following atatemesnt of the Yes- going toand from the Norhern manufact. I riey rviceschildrpraise! observations, r February, 1860, fri.sli-
r .-- ,.- ---- : re ligiously kopt by the sons of.the "Green eds Wrecked qn the Florid Reefs and .....j *,,l.;i' ....... and we will avveto A wat alttheSaviour'sprae edbysDr.vMAtions, or F ua'eyfortSmith-
. -i, ;-, .- r Iso 'in ie "i iSsoo ndsefrc, by Dr. M..A. .tA Asogea'forth-
1".'' ,' !' Isle" in honor of the great St. Patrick. Shoals; also their arrival in Distress at the .-,-. '1 'l''... c that we have here- That Saiour mock who died for thee. sonian Instituilia. ,
,. -.' A groat number of the ihabitants were Port of Key Weit. Their expenses, salva- toforo thrown to them, and reduce them to -- -- .I t .iut of
Scullectdon Ihe square and in the adja- ges, auction sale, and value during the th necessity of sueing to us, for friendly SeeAngel clusterroundhis throne, Thcrmomn.tcr in l irSsioof rain 1
T.=-- STII"- E '. "~-" ecnstrreets, to witness 'the enir of some yeao 1859. i tereourese in the way of comuerco and Andl uherbss p irc cin i1 cl e, open ,ir. e p ,,,d
fei'IT. Ufr or .iL'. ralroed operates who, ',--" .-- -, trado. d Are imbly lbow,'d Ibefore tie Lamb. .fo. oa i .f ,,..
"l I'" IO. though farmf'r:n the land of their birtli, -- -- -.' I a iharo delivered by Judge J. \ i I
t -h" '_ __ -- have not foigotten the pious ad time ',' .. .. Wayle Baker, tu the Grand Jury of CI asc ot! ee.sio o tol. fult, heni I -i 1 -: ;
.. .... o r i .. I us.oms of their ."father.. Gadsden Circu it Court at tlhe Spring Term, :r", b o i t' .1ot I
:mii j i.' t1." ,I I ,,- ,, honoured eus -o s of their ole[itheile .l ,:z .0*0 l'r'let -oI hi'. J roile Itirso gee t eshor d "
., ., ..' .:." T he procession entered the City proceeded y e. tho o 8 IO .and published by request ofthoGhamfIr d.Vn illi ;f I" declii..ray. I
-. by.the beautiful nnr f St. Augustine .Tune .02.0: 0.9. Jury, in the cy Re blc are t fol- .. ..
-, ,- .ree-itaollecti.lls,ailrci. he f i' which our good Bishop brought from Eu- J ly l i.' 100 10. v I ljutetientn-"Our La. tolerate w n he ong oflife is n 6 'i .000
Air' I --i .''2' ,,,067';(t ~Ol i sgj ultoettn rs-- n .w tslat'. ."i .- I 0
._ .t_.=-_ I__- ;-- -_ rc.pc; this was the first opportunity we had ..9,0. 8.0. r- shad of Relious belif, n.. d protect elta nton ,II1i l .. 0 .00 0
I- zI ro; tsoi*170 Sp .000 .i1 .00 0 iO e I-i7e ot -- r6tabs. cl'Ine in the) becol 4 7 .7 J od J ot
E.lki h mab-. ltl'l. tof seeing it, really it is a splendid allair Nov. 14 1048.800 7.82. 1 0:11.5 all in t~e exere-..; orLhat which the judg- ndgiv me there ernrest. 7 07 7 w : I.
*.tt .. .*. u ,,... and we '....p. .. I .... .,.... -...'-.i- ... .. .n .. 1 3 ,,n een t and conscience may approve. It u -'i- di Ti ro---- --er 8t I ii i wNw -Nw N r" .0a1
.the irrval at his ho:ne, of th : ,..,. similar ,,. ,... !...,,. ,, .. ..1u "..'.,I. .'' ... o *- thiowsis protein g trn aroundthenwhile -l ...E EXA .MINE .Jl 0 o s o' o i .
i,". / h..' ilr.: Secret'ary of i... ..... *. ,' hI i ..... th,. .. I .. .. .... .... i -, I 4 assembled ft r Roligious exercise, and allows i S. ,
l .\:.. .. Fr 1 ... t no one to m.olct or it r . I Olt ; i 5 ;n1l,. 6'
t -. o .i.'u .. .. r ',. I I o o It i . .t r ,o. .J- r t1 1,.. i, n, --i Ir T ] S w e

or u, c.i acver g r en bow, ,,I... L .. ie i..] ,il 1,,4Ni i.,. l ....* .I%". .0.. ,,P f. p | r ,, .'J inVe,, ,l -
rin- ahis absence in the pu-,ic s.rAio, 1.1 ..- 'I"..a ,r!-...1.1,I ---. '.:..S.i ..........I.- I. II L Sp "' I -*, ,: -.l.. I. ,w|..|. I.,:,.1 1.:r n 't
understood, ho has gathered from tihe time E .. ..., '. I .. .... .. ... ..., .... .,, .. .. ... .i .w i ... -. .. r.".. .. L.'1I .. l C .
hot ored i tIords of Madrid and other cities In the above order, after passing through an Tru. : R'ilroad, to Madison Court tIi pIlying at tnkawil Ga... 11.... ,; ,, /,pp,, .., St. .T.. |
of Spai, to illustrate and enrich the the aay entered the Church, where ouse, in For The ing, by onardt ounty e rl is just about ,
.'arvelloua s and.copious history of" ., our An .s was celebrated by the ,igh..t e. tI ..-,,.-. I a.. Id itself to grade were sol.. d without obtaining a special ri,'ht fr en to reepcct him. His services 26. 3 1 ,. : l o.;00"
.ientj c,'i and State. We trstI he may Bishop, siled by te Messrs. MA- th tire road from Vldota to Madison The policy of authorizing the d in the Floridawars is eouh
o ,.L.-.:.nd.iprcparinI, n T on tIe t. Er. Bishop preached an ,oque t j consultation to bo had Railroad well sti ud. They are nui ancesevery h g i d lately remar1ed)are not re. -'- '1
ei dfopublition, that the world ay a.. .. ..... ....,, undying companies in Florida with which the pro- where, and the corrupting infice whi u to fill the i p ons Al ARANE ET.
obebenefitted n by his.,any .years f researchh faith which still flourishes to-day 'ull o9 posed road will connect. '.his is an i ..- they x. cise, in debauchin. the morals |. .. '. L.. r o. ,,i,.1 man to N E C I E.D .
,,. "dr cud -'V, I,.I'1,' I L "iT 11.['L" i0n',

" hon the musty documents relating to life and vigorin the sons of Ireland, as h poru ant movrnk t, and we are grtifiedts to and ruining the .ortu:cs of h. people, is t h, .,c,,i There is no k.owin" No,.,er. M, il cl :.s.s Thu. ay. "a. 8 A. -'.,
ef Spai,y settlement and possesaon of our when St. Patrick planted it deep ic u tie hel e anhat the le F ding men of th section none hid .. less felt because all is done under 0". tioeg, .liti" isjltusta t nto 52 .l" u y ; t at I .
country. We are happy to learn, it a breasts o their father. evon and ty directly interested have tered the sanction of a Lawful License-The want m.n of h u on hury dS
mor accurate hoso poloustory o f o and his riosity drew many to the church, wev I .i'1i and ea lously into the work of hope many be induld that th day is n t foe to e and di scretion to leid es; 2d 3ays Iy 12 P. I.
expedition may soon be expected 'rbt h e 1is have neIt of seen it so crowded on the building the road. .r ldorta. to s when ao e o lightened pub, r o..d his the l r.dan. 'e s ioueh ern Mail is +ce onIt I Inays at 5 P. to.

pnot l, allured fros teplesi week day. After tass thty all waAI.n. After the gospel s eri a tl s twclve-and-a half 6cntihe'nt nay be brought t IR rupon this ST.OHNS.
v roesion down Chardotaeyseet and up e f h Centrl Rail hoad, Csl. J. P. sojict, wsen this traye, so d(ra1ing t I HOTEL I S w E 0ALS.0 5

T aSoutail." ,, Gerge; they presented indeed quite a rea s inderton President, hasd een hioed sicel liio we n estind. 'in it-,o destructinghe The "Agrd of reason."ot re iL AIRAN M NTS.
~th the lrctrj and "the Ch1.i.,r sp.table appearance on passing our t 8 f J Tisroad, co. the p l ,.Wor-may be prohibited Teflowing cou-nun1c.,tiu concern- Arils t f.. i otel.
Charestohave hader able mu ey then called on the t. y. Bishop en at Jcsonville, thp St. John's sever nalties." in the uthor of the Ae of eason, S B IGTO POPIEO

.erM T^o", relation ato tern wyay a wd i ,,u. they were reciv. d in a most un .;vn extends, Florst, sixty miles to Lake which appaardd in onerof cur rlinious h w ..... ... ..
ri nugh nc tlong s ice we opied cordial a Id paternal -anner, and a.tergiving City, and fo. a part of the sytemof im- O ? m W S. journals a few year. since, may be of inter. I E Tu. U. .G. Pe.boL, r,
bean befitted by hisfro oneo thosear of rhese.h hearty cheers for their toay f Islandl of provsmentd road will by theo Inteet. uisl e mprove- t eync eis, ia dealuciug the ma to some of our readers. r i t IIt s to
ty. In the eigth cocumeun ation to he firt ireld, mnas pr t Fund of the state, and te rtf the obedience to the olaws from the clergy on Nrns."o 'L. I Jn.12, 1856. Brthern toil clase he' sdal at 8 A.,
1 ne tthe m oeut relie t l i 'iio nia'n t1sh-f-c n I. ..uh erei tt.I deone ung co St.,: stO t
nde r Clysetad lestat a ed pos re o n of our whea St. Patr l k a tted it deep t t in lear nowopen to Lake City. At t. is 0 t F f 'e u t s d i .t .boon s r ...i a few days 't.h a. Suine rfied s na o h i '- *
country. We r hppy to learn, t a at i breasts ofeor c aers nd perhaps, point it conn ects with the Pensaoa entered the sieti a prof s awul Lia coference.-T' .; Jae Kellogg of aCleteland, Ohio; Poern Iait les n t i s ,i-

Se t, r d r n I not, contrary to the wihes Gllfooad,1andwtfit orms t line of that or conrtion reland cer- at

nbe hasnow mnore tad t:eiad the prpula of o r h m th m o Iish me road torTalklhassee, St. Marks and, ulti- Ad/.ics 4rom CIina state that the An. n inidebioI that city who had 1-orm ied A J a on J .lT i l i... .1
i acura ofthe history y of thernSoo his curiosity drew toa y to tho church, wo heartily td' Peinsa cola. The Pensacola and yrican claims for loss at Canton are is ns t exeeean a ttempted to disseminate theI ; Sod o dey s by 12 P. '.

oill net say, that toienature advanictes a w l e P z a ,they o y b f 1 to Lale City; h s ." way of liquidation. i ; ha no i i over reounced hisI:-hi ren 8 0;l B v lJ L... 1 .1 -a
ciarleston are not gratexpec? It is be his haven o l of p poibiten sctd itso crowded n buidiogterood. fr een all "' oneTiio; J caer l. u; b .
I I ,-.C 'uty, l "I- t-h n .. ... _.1- .:a...l .v. .. .- tiy-isjua ta o t 951t 52t w n5IA 1 9 1. ..)Ia NTN..I..I. I a -0,bo s .. J "

tim ore is correct ly presented of the ou DA m ocraiO Pr :.. eootba e. to iro:e to m akeRth. coni the .'om agna. t ew ,tet:,y driio t r ny !a tSe r vi ce 26 t b51 3 1i5"0, 1" 00
".d ek d.y. After i t7 0s tl' y' l s tsled o l W e ano 0 t th i en e-a nd a of e na st a ch tions to ishe 11n. 10 tin s o r a TlO B > ''h t^hd 0 .' .'S. iet t do ( t isays c.
we thus compare great "- .. rtr st ai d h inst., at the C y Hai lor tcs o psrs th ntid p m us eof the C mt air.l nto ioad, s beCo ie ed .e E,, he pror ai eon, in a speet u i ssZated n r asked his nat ,eF he rlied t t T l ali I i. s

"If this p0e is een to h se from u s pde o 1g leGates t0 the County be csb by rail of the nch.Lilatve A is was P e t- k l r ur
Let t aie sleeprt wtl einl Convention to be held in this City, on Sut- ,ndero.r rito ed' rte ; te ati's'roIiey, said that Thas s oe besu hi whoeng cre ith: ad seena book called thedstutng T "go o easn."
l ote tntl o oup ma nt e 'paros en pasting ou e o rn .l facilities .n entirely new direction o-ill be pdbinto meo:rera y kinpdoh; t biat Parma and "A v lef T eason," 1 inulored if he ws r Arrivals at th Iagnoea litousel.
url stru ia'o t h oad ery tl trad y oappet ing ed on' the t-. tieu. B ih ope sineo' at ,f oa udl, eh, oe t ade of that ode t e annexed to Sardinia; that te authorr of te Alst book. usean- I gToRI laJ i

~" t yer sft to o to R1 to the si af u Ai PAc:T q. r tio, o nce wud tailo cy for the security ds rd that he was. I then acked hi if hd NY C erN .Bw E-
p risewoturd by.b l bt s ince hf requested to a th e Secre tary. rnacc ble to un. of her froere e nds e. n te hoped the nilio p. he (Paine be lieved the ii rible. His an- ker C; sr Mrs Briwhy S; J *.h,'

Coducr, Itet they r ow mnietin eti t Oer an tion i was un olsypated.a i et Fund of tI e t atn, aheg raised the oers i n e the necessity or this. s ier ws very emphatically. Ye S. I rtR J t H NeShaw York; CA t Sow L.e y

ohe wole South. Butto ad thatScht meeting appoint, itcn latc; ,ao of U0. Ivard Everett, of thassa- di. t. s. tew iat re chic c ergys o Sexe' i-e,, and I would give worlds Tocos;
oowuer,. we eid t aewegt v otteonly pa hs the following gentlemen were chose m competed. Cosundniaubytl the ita quiestio L. ... ad I as G s.o ,iryrmonon tiork r 1i'd ihr ,'ritien the "Ahl oo,, ,
mereial peope w y e, Con -aB. Pacetti sons, B. Canola, a ofpo rth Carolina, for Vie.Presideol t. ae joiandi prop A Ia fsr -SfereneP n 41,

e hobacco fow oretation Can Charlestonl tfoul h o Faprb n ks, G. A. Pacitih The Kiiy s t', n' it s b raised te t h e et er. s twty riish and A rian steer he

rny of our Southern sealsard iesio fo r .NlligStn, A. D. iogero, M. Andrn, am e l of Jo adn C. Breckinridge, of Ken- secio nonet ess Otb e11is one or ei( magistrates; and den ut:ery wreced, involving the loss of
ect to become comerel o red to cr- B. orrce, J. D. Usina, John Lott Phil- ck for Prlok Jeoill idt iso il t ai he a ,htul 1 of

ouiev banooh of ,lanufactu ing in- 2e redn Qn blOr motoIn, f ta By d irectlinter, pstedhaveent Tamp i son repulsed by the s. ev .il.ndencies of the i lidel club above vl tl es,,,c of rtoutry the within their borders od culr; Tt the Delegates be instruct o Talhaseot sp St.ted sheet has just e eri- Adi No p articulars of the atu the tm- tn d of tht ian. ow y a heart retains
rated back country teeming also with a rnd, to recoisamend ruison the e of a ue, itiv, Pesa vola. The Pen sola ad ecsr Gen. firamon have a i yet been con THE NATIONS VITHOLtoI FIRE.- A th e memory of these sad events

ei of industry connecte d with the prode f tae Sa teo ventir'on. wA.ys tef borne is n mind by the Citye hs I 'g we unkwn to s of 1 ao. ide tt iid the ancient a T PUCiASE OF CUA-Tii; J i Ir lear1.,
Charleoti waesocnt great e in? d cs ni iahovedo"ce n"

-.. of the ..ecessaries and luxuries of life. eiro'ed; That the Secretary notify the ths" rtion oy the country that a some p ,- O _R CoaST S", MERSt- es C oIr .n iopt. s.Ir. _n ri us _r, he tele- from a satisfactory source in Pea is t'at .th.. .
anufacturesand each lias a multitude of tobove noted. c tothe prosperio this cou- co unication coasward, is directed tan Phicians, 'rceks, andsveral other na' Stats.- Everything's arranged excep
i rttiln workers, whtr o of help t o increase trade, s e That these proceedings be u th t their fro a hnd h hat a therieowei te wai esfsti pr nt hra o ti some litt
and swell their population. In the ab poised ithe ST. A STIE E t ten cons- Op ck, as aouced by the ere once itut the use of fire and the difference ofopiion.-.
we tliua tprar great -.... with small. 17th insot., at the City thd,. Irc tile pur m itleothe "t1 l Ra' l eadte bl. Je'Pt itIs bj'ii eel l e :l treer Nahota' IihO spees osredI1 j- _Iked hluteits i ; Ie rrlaasell ti 't Blck1j:, sen it o l'vrlO C-i. s i, 1. ,

of thi e trade, thus produced, ths prs- ose or tu l n Ail E. L'fitte f& (o'np., ii tqeis city. ,se cofosps th, saie.o cp--en .- -,----

itf could never have attained to sile c h,, g o f e Cu i i, ,t.e 'ibo Fady 1 hen", published at imon The co will leave ('harleston on g tol-e. oscai'p-,d Oi 1 i p1 1 of fle it i' t ho I 'ioiCs
et nght are lep, it, ill be byntrod- meeting too be old isn thi City, os at- riod fron tiThe i otwn in loridahese Thursday, sa2d nst.hat, for the ttriop under lothai et at ae k a n ion t td t e he a
ing satimore id of aoucture for South ncdy thU 24 t. fainng w ani prog s o rapidly as Monticetlo. Fri m hte p resent schedule, and on the 31st inst.d "o ihe itha Pir stn ild ehe leuoos," o o fe s pt i nane t O i oH ad e i e .

which al nttlu e .apitoi, energy a bn ear to the C ar, aed 0. A. ia c.:vr, Lq., ltrge produeinsg setion, hiere- oforo yoely Prases soud 0ar tS v y for tie seo.rry w.. 1red that he sstas. I thon a se onr ide wlfer t ea. e.-I
niie martes for Al ercan is anuesr lacturo e- G. A. P ec retary. i fire,,r had b j le ed it. ats of peciar n -e... ... ... C t 1 ..1 i- R l

' ie adde to her foreign comm ee, h as St. Augusline, 16 M arch 1860. three years ago it has grown tq be a hus, at intermediate points, and taking generally the same kind are also R tested by modern differently -
duce, gtimulatedto her own b itr ade, that she has left I b oisterous, lively town; and tl mah of th froline of s service lately perforaied by the nans lThe inhabitants of Rte aI n SS II at y 1 T; J i.,

Charleston far behind in herac for co- m o. Mar el9.-In the e. iamprovenat is still oh:ad. It every Eeergese. Tfhe Ceecil will hereafte l sads. which were demovered in 1551".e d a l J;ews of California send 830,000 to,
othe whoe Sonth. ut oth the noise hate, t-dy, tieebill appthri, ing newspaper gt n of th r ard Everett, of is buy, leave Charleston very Saturday morning i f fire. Never was astoi ent the reief their brethren i Moroco.

or pconrdo the expat Fto heo d co I date of the expiration s er options, was o.a Monday evening The descent, ojf Magellan in one of their isTo-
o e vacant oisec, ty oways .e o c L a s hee The Homestoiead o il was discuss The Florida me Companion says. ra- Cru sThe place of the Cearolina o tron th ds. At first, d er e it was some CE. e reporoft
erqitl, h people igithcominy Rice, Cotos. vie.--... Peaetti se., 1. B. C Iocs, ts.u ofNorthl Carolina, for ViceA Presidig. whonotiecd tIle representatives' 011." .twSI .01 ;r.-&ir.sS'A eat ea-iers h341",

Tobacco for expatlnon? Can Clto, ThArFaorida C, i l. 1enks, t. A. a et The tRl of the G hmaine s raisedtofthe ne lin t Jacksor hi intes now supt can- kind of a aitmad tt wahis afixedi tefo, and e ttNeroYwree l, inavohi-the Ils
or ay of n Southern otrardor she ne. p Mssrig, A. nd Sallry adndre cnae of Joh in C.he murder of their uter, r. pead by the Cata. O ight of the 7th e orn lo inhabituats of-the since Friday evening. It ...t e.... "
et look forbecomem ercial en 'Oni the Senate in its favor. Kelt, was concluded Sturdy evening proed fotht purpose, by t. urtis, Pil ne and Caary islands were for- h winds, wich k : ,

ht i.i .. -. t. the House, the Comitc e of Ways last after a long and tediouts investigation. ho still receive fthe assistant, e of Purser erly grant. Afri presents even infft
fr t.r e and Means reported a bill tcrdc the The evidence which waslearand positive, Seton Both are well-ho inhis line. our day, some nations in this deplorable io. A man passing throu atewe
atet,4i baeauntry temigls ith ad to um cd u adlsoi rterred to the who shortly returned with the following in ee hours of departure for he daily en l ESUPPO ED CENSUS OTItI-UT tIs .'.-- cI wish that post was in h -el," said ent e.
st bnkCVessel Stink. w res '-ee hi e hanged Wednesdays, ; ohly. aInd the wife dina. stn population of ayr States and Territo-e ,as f ir a tdo'"yu rght run against it
b yWe poplearn th a the British barkg Cairn, ASaroh tc h os L wiu, nee th u, wa to. e t e c or particulars f schedules and other n s ough conducted entirely without a'in
outer, asconneter, ond fro Minatitd tho-day pssed the bion cti onnti. e'a y s l g i ie io b y w hip ed1r too elieme u oti en to g sgro of' the sa nci nt "Ma," said a little boy, retuarning
lan forLiverpoolar, witches ad cauxurieso of lifo (Fla a pit of ntrhey. Te Milry notary did notalcti of the e as totry that ose a- from.t for orSat thi p rt we refer to the differing but slightly from the ol f Satoooting fro ayschool, to ure is mothaert "a.l

pprunga leal, and sundered on the 1ih., Academy bill, witli Mr. Wigfll's nt hsdndn ment to be inflicted on Jo d, and it is advert rment of agents as renewed fn om braich d hasrd f'o the first anticipated,- athem Fr g cu ent we re i dtt l
Now York, Phliiadelphia and Idoston Dlega'tte e of their apapointent, t o mieta t soe r ithebtoiiigtiark so' tdlcrw yl, i t es fomrfs na.s s:''d'peantter tiofteoeA- heated ooteonbolute)ysio'eptr T e ansSaio'e hts agrdo slleueAt soethe dviUn..It .

in-t., some miles t ast of Capt C riavrl. then it, appropriating oney f'Clockr he defense houh that he woill be husg." time to time, and to th proper caption won Wbnicys 32,100,000 as the Plowest, tand lts' Ce st l ea te i '
heufCaptaureand crew, nine in all, escaped of Texas, was also passed. The FCrliaol. e Jurinal, has the fol- oa r c commercial and maritime page. 32,a00,000 s th e highest number oer in- I is said the ina.t receS ly o. ,.1 .eeed

n their bot and water being stranded on It is understood thatsomemember of the lowing- ov. Perry reached th capital habitants likely to be recorded by the coIr to er loyal subre, a b the oueeas S l '

Monday last. The bark's tonnage was have expressed their strong disapprobation achua County. His Excellency is in ex- in]t' United Stct sa i in New York. It us to an ultimation of 32,1o3,000. The tian sixty-one names
225ee of the trvessel and cargo ared, ose the course f the hotelekeepers of Char- colnt heah." is caled St. fin'sislocated ofn 1th-str ci et, Chinese (pfs the sabo their proges Ten -

rteda totalloss. It is stated there was "eston, and suggested ab change of plac of The Independent Pruss is oat for hoe e and the" Rev. Thoeas Gallaudct io the as d.e pans, eia, M,-eore t..,einght blind men have
Sgalstaenoh.e- sprnnalak. a hosing the Convention, ,manufactures ths bs-"t us extend or Rector of it. a rather hat i
altim.ore is the youthern .cih ucetiing -ten a djoiied. n ello, oIyn-'"Tt rmils ino'toe's ins /lolda. Thursday, 224 inst., fo'e Clueaistrip u nder other anoiortt au1thrs10i1,ospek ofeotionsbwho, thono of defence as"Jiinst CorF land t.,,

rontimul Ptrod r t edeth theI Rslfu isto roas, schil y toss; l" ti ii t ile R of thli n a us0 f seesvi-ce latey porforsiad by th ,rntisos. .The hiotaitantrs oft aria ..niin- r oi..-.-,I ,- -
Inuorciel weathi and p-opulatios. SloIf
Ctracto'oous otis m itConIste, toly, thle bill uthorhng 0neospaper patio of thl towethe mechans is busy, leave Charheston every S'ray 'cius no idea of fire. Never sas asto,.ient this relief of their brethren in loroco.
thaco orlesto n hs ttre rau d a,'th lconoise a .

o' se e 00rtr o ftlnrn ecsui tre, or s.1 i nerd i ep e r:Too b a a rdande h u eois ,>'h C i saeillthe nindeeof iltoterlaidrIg.I..........,,.-e
jet bhoo for comnitierct ." I......" *' t Ie Selatc in its favor. f tr, wa onded 'o"Surday eeniins g roe'crd for tht purpose, by Cept. SuctoiCaiiippi slid Caary islands e'erc for- by hlglo indo, whicih koet i e,:,'ai I i,
ta ,O ..... 1 ,i i I"ti thie nI'oue, tile Co itstee of W.Iys Ielost cfter., a oug, aid. edi suo nrce tigat.o.n ohe otill receivoc thoe ssiotanes .of Purser, nllety 'igm rot. Afriea present, evIlifinel fec
cuot h, emidet eoonp ether aetilcloecs tsel Ce treanany sotes, asad prostditgfor an ine -'eass teFe14ut 1Niitod to a regularly dra il gwh antcogis anuee-%in the darkWshit It g se-against the post.
them 'i in tha'. thritf, whobehi sat rhfinrred to the whoIo shortly returned wtith the dalory', A ioange. hsi aturneis or iss o C--Thesn tdwish the t pist ws iins Clue pa.t
-a---- Cenonsmittee of chic Whole, verdict: Israel and Aeilen guilty, end to stoeau line biweeo Chal'. ,i,'.,,,. I.''.ii,. results of sue sarehe after thisprlable prM- "Better wisht it was soewh-re else,''.
Vessel Sunkr bnaySIP'I to hanged Wednieldsy; Johnaid the vwife dina. sna t population of tr States ond 'ierelto- soid e bystadoer+ i"yon at'ght run against it ",

LsCouteur, ster, s.oud froIn g'isatit- to-day painOsd thI'e bid on.ettoUting T'uiipn, I.ttel, ad ore to bew .rIihnpptde ac rree",r'''
-isl forlieerpasI, seit a cnrzo ean'nteor.--. ('hato a post of elthry. To Military did notaltu,,tther agree ccs to the atueish- fooi, foe'orat thia psrt, we refer to tthae tifrn utslightly fromo theCotfos.ting fromSa-ayW, .oih, to hKis another, ''le,
ugalthe rwnf benefadn th i, en- meat to t i ofiieted on Jots, d it ho dverti'oufitof agents an restewed from which we hed fret the first ascicipated.-t ain't there ony !eltbe8;hisioo fbo littletoysn?
est., sems miles cast f Caps Ciavcrel. approprating oneet far the defense thought c ha w hn."ti tie, eoped1,
The Cootat and eecer, nine is cii, eocaped oftThxat-, woo aloo pasned. The ss A'wa,'d & ,fvt~r'al, has the fo- I oaromorcric aad moritimne page. ,0 as cle highest number of iu- It is said Cis in'ut recely l"' ..wted
i. their boots and efter being stranded en it is eubderstood thiat sosiosober of Chs locieg--"o. enry neicted the cap1iital haubitsts likely to ea recorded by the coin- to uer loyni sutjeeaby the Queens Sputa
AInstoti Islond, arrived at t11i hi-ne pla 'ee .ootie Natioanl Exmansio Cemithttee osen iuIday lst, from hide plantation in Al- C w The only Chiurch for : Dcaf ioutea iocs. separatecnlusions leed toots uotoed, end received no less

Ipolling in thIs UsisR see mont probably .about L ore tha eightyblindmenIhave
s gea! whon she x prot g a leak. holding the Conveetion, manofoctures thes-C'let us extend our Rector a5it. "oea. th'otogyr end the itri0ntile world. '

[contexitehiTn.] writers to 14 Italians.
lplyto a Conamumnioation in Exam- t On statistle of this general. description;
inner of Mirohi 3rd Continued. rteltting to learned tuon-t-we wounhld place
We turon uiwton to e statistics of learned little dependence in ',; at one
metr, givn by your correspondent last faith or another has doing. it. mind and
'nc ,lie -'' ',,,' 1, : 1. the heart of great people. Yet, wheait inan

writers e rt o I.i' i '. t ,.. i n first flaunts his statistics of religion in otnr
comparison with those produced in France? faces, tnco discredits all such statistics of'
al Itlvly (Catholics) during the period of population, and eAds by comnmuitting three
ite he has chosen. We beg his pardon, tlhe capital bluntlers in co:iputatitio-lst., ig-
o risou oteggested by ltitm is not as to ntoring more than half tf o thO faied tIn-.
mpars .'themselves, btt ais to tihe n.m glish writers, then ...;. two fold,
*,-, i- gitOOIs t total of 132 well known and again four or fi ,. ', i .,,io uhttl ioi
o "freat Britail, from the vear of Olii.. 1 ,,1 't tle e;mocl heIt had cho-
S ,- I.? i and a total if 670 writers itn n, .we ..', ... .II agree with him that
Frao ntad lin It'ly of 161, during the 'Istatisties writers" ought to-beo crefail!
'rn eriod. After sundry remarks lie Let Our opponent proceed. We will
";,en,,.rt that "Catholics cali show, at mtteet himit in irance .. --, ... tieo

,,st three and ev n': four learned me to least Pap l, otf all sc ,* ** '*."
one Prote tanlt. .ui cto entries; and will take note of his protits-
We find t least tlhre thitigs, three cap- ed statements respecting ltcp/eutr Edttca-
i ..i ,.1 -. be signalized in this list titu ia FranceO ad oin' Brttin, oihl re-
tl '. '.... But before coming to questing him not to saddle upon Protest-
that, we rospect'ully enqure why paluters t .' 1 1.1 I i, .... still pro.
aini poets should be chosen, instead .. t : **, *** 1 .-- .:' l' i ,
c-oat writers o .c4#orals8, or nentarl I1..I. '"- .... '' ...'-: ..i
I. ,- .. ,,,.J ... ^ I .... ,. b ri li .. .. ,. ".. r. ." ... .. .. ,
in ', 1, L, tLe r' .p ree n ,i' ... I -' .i ..... .. i., ,- t e' A
o f he. r'- .. '., .. .1 ...i -q*

m A -i 1 tl,.. % I. I :- :.n' l,.' ig .- -- 1- .

.t..... .. i 'l l ..|- ,l 6 ... ..i t
W," e .- o h l'. ', 1. 1 *, 3 1i,. *, ,-, ... ....... .,.. l 1 ,,- ..*. i 1 ... .. i. '
'" ? ,,.' '. i "., ,, ". i i .: .t.ises i,, r., :I .. .. .. _,, .. .'" : I j ... .., ,, .. ,

period, lr.e: lt o.l ii : times" tha t number.
\We have set down '38 writers on Law with Por Brigadier-General.
dates as follows. Writers 'n Law, in g,57 The friends of ii JAMIN E. DuPONT
Great Britain from 1600, to 1787. announce his naone ao nacedidate for .Bri iodii
Sir M W,,' 1t, T. I30; Dr. Sullivan, General ofthleBrigade contlprisdiodihe ottern
1770 It, I *' ; Gilbert, on Teat Judicial Circuit o 1'lorida, at the ensuing tloe-
nres, 1726; Millar; DeLolme; M. Bacon,' tiea in May nest.
17036 ti'lackstone 1769; Schombreg, 1785;
Plowdel; Halo's History of Co on Ltw, Stte 0o ; i
1779: tawkins, 1751a; oke 1623; Selden1
.: Sr..,'t,.,i, before 1700; itolloy 1
' ,," i-772; Bautler; Harirave, I. S ,
i : ,. 175S. ... ', .* W Jones; -:f e -.
L-'i ei' ..h Law; Ballow; Ld Stair; Lt. -F" Nf --
B; ..q., B: ; lirskine; Feitrte;J'Madllox; ". a c.L
L .6 ; .l, T., ..'s 1784; Adair, 1785; BY THE
1 ; I;. -,e 1774; S eppMrd 1674.

Here are thiriee his number within thlo Y virine of tia provisions of a act of the
last 30 ears of the period ite has named,, enota.'l Assemnbly of this State, entitlsdt
or between 1757 & 1787. .:aAlct to amend the ?,Militia and Patrol, Ltaw
In the above we have oonitted several "f this St,'e." approved lDecember 22,1, 1639,
distinct depart ts, o legal lerni s. MADiSON S. 'PERRY, overor of Florida.
edistint dep artia, do tebe order an .- Li heldl on tlhe.
Pleading, in which there are at least first'iMo'.day int > ,' tie Divhiiotn,
li'tecen works of repute. Evidence, &., &e., .' i -' .i .I 1 ... .. officers of
and we have consulted no works mone re.- I ',. ...'
t ondite than Hofain's and Warenl s law Foor oce Msajor cGi...l oftc t first Divisioio
Studies and ine o-'nrt e''ry miters. Yet of the State of lo it. co'ipos"l -f tiat part of
e ind -thile State Wost of the Stwatnceoe i'eitr. ,
we fid 3i in'?te .. i, too are a ; Fo one lMajor Gine.'t .of the Sec,3Od Divi-
,.n.-;,r,- tile,- are entiltent wrtiers. siot of the St:itet of Florid,., composed of tdlat
I- 'it the two c.i -ass of Britisih p. rt, o' lhe Stlte l ast of the Siow.naee Rtiver
.writr,. .1 iS tabSi wlic hl e m .ike to t tts to thcas c Ita d.Soth Flo.rida .
In" I I ,," r ,:. ., / Fi I o; 3 g di r !lne 'n ril of the First Tri-
.. et aernd IIltor;Itn, o lon o eoti-,,,o' tie Miitia.1 o Ctii i
'. 't ,. 1P .-'n ",. 'toistn rl:;!.o. o: 1'. o ,e. Walto. e l .umsI Wae-h-
.n; fild It ; i iet s of jack i.n, Fr klid a,;,l C, ih nn.
t c ; "" disin uishari Po sts; a very cont one lrigidier (i!n-ral .;o' ;e Second
) k l it, o P o et,. O the r s lo t or t e M ;l ti ..tic 'i
less i!;n,tritnt, o an earlier a -II l I f or1,, di trn .nd 1i'iioun,
betWeti' 1t l:J 1787 t, 're O o U '. i : t.h Thir, Bri-
o.tntiittl--auch : 13 tt. t wot I ct'lcra, etl 'co a, i wO tihe Co .ttics
ltb. r t S; Qtrt l's, Chap 'to it i, k'i'.'"it t ', of l',l'.tit '. I."'c oate va c', e ',i t;utlba., Novf
r t tte; n, Daniel, \,an -r it' e, i' t ,i Ii vt e I tin, ai -t I N .-
i Dru 'atnond, "le it. cl \ litt a Ft a i et '. t. liire t of|
V P]er V-, W alton, 3,Ia-, it, towpe r and D]nval, (t'at. Sr .d Jo1,,a s 'it t tn Or. re,.i trc-, l';
ee". 'I "'-'il "'2. (Jtt';' .' t and C!!.I- V ,,si,'i,. .S:& oid ?Ml2"i-on.
ters e il.ectiott n toultI iu.'nilI uno with, aen 1or one' Birig:ilier i ,cralof tlhe F;'f:l 1; i-
a li t;l ," t o t. .if lii;d .1 sts. 1 o l.,f i]th COi lties of II-:'an, o,
1 b 1 w En ,.. l .,ttct', it.ile anitl oioa.noe.
]i t .. ... bt 1 i ; tc find '5 ,,. e to(.i (,I e). tr(o LietLc enant Cololte, and
andi have inot oxit:ous.I t li t of well .; eh iReiment asfo!l.,- ;
kloown itn es. lere are of menl noted i t n Legimoont, composed,of the Mti;iti:t
tlicirdayv and not ni)o foraottln;John Stowe, of i-
(190) Jolnt Sited, liaker, Sir ^ alter I r ..... composed of the Miii-
Ialeigh,, Bacon, Clarenidon, ti. ( Srntd t, coms oft it!i-ty.
1B l Birch, Fuller, Ilaylin, Lrady, i, of W.titon co.Rnty.
S. II '. i l ltph. hy tmer, liolinshed, Strype, i. ... .., .. i :fthe Militia
St-hard, Crieo, Oldmion, Robertson, i i .. ..
Lyttleton, Stmollelt, lu:ne, Mrs. Macan, ,, e li. f etho ilitia,
Swift',, Hooker, Al-of Frmaklin and Caulan c-unties.
ly, .MePherson, Fox, Swift, liooke, An- t Fr the 6th regiment, composed of the Miltia
dersonl, Bower, Campnbell, Il.tidryple, Dow, of Jackson county.
Lewis, rra, Gio, M Onme, ,.,. ., A ..r.. -ohiposed of the Militia
Goldsmtith, Loyi, .'. ill Warner, Dela', 0 counties.
it, lhu-:fo:rd, Prideaux, Cradock, Clian For ihce 8th fegoimet, coi;:osed ofthe Militia
didr, Neal, Benson, iuutcer, Stackhonae, ofr the 9chotegit.ent, composed ofihe Miltia
5"a ilit .l of Wakelnlt county.
0.. .. .no farther with his list. P'orthe Stilti gimcnt, omposedofthe ilitia
Is it not plt-in that our opponent's list Jeff -rsoaen. y. ._
iut beat lea-t dot1/dt Nay, that find- hor Idlth "I-', I Rteo M li-
i itg ir to. of Masdison, i 0onti.
in i 3 it ts, ciitining 6.5 writers a For :hc i ,' ,, 1 .0, tie I-
mistake amounting to 95, we have a right lia of Hatl'ln coutity.
to run his 112 uip to 1 00?9 For tite 1;ilih RegieinLet, conaosed of lhe Mili-
2nd. A 'triatt" e lit ..t ;.- i s to ccO l 'ara-. I ,it oi OU litlluibia, .oi.w Jiiy ".aeidSitwonli ec c all-
tive ppulatio. i sald by hi. or the 15i Regiment, composed of the Mili-
to have been one thi'd more populous : ,. ti oif Nassnu co.usty?'
Great Britain ;nd Irc"an'l. Whereas i 1i.: For the 1ith Regiment, composed of he Mili-
i.,at lia ...J.11 of ti ,] .... 1, O; tia of Chly anid. otuvl ounm ties.
th, 3. 1!7I. ni d t '., I ,1 i ,i' con- Forthe ]7tl it egineitt, composed of the Mili-
taiing 0,00 ,000, w while tlie entire tin of St.1 J s and Putnan counties.
lwasion of 1"sglapli, dootle and Ireland tiaof cotiuty.

Iloman Catholis, and you will find tihe couniie-.
rott lati of te British Ile For the 20th Regiment, composed of thie illi-
rttohtat popn ttlio, of t htd popuaot of ILevy, Irnaiado, Iiillshoo.ugeh and Mana-
to have been but ,,i third of the popul.- tee conaliec.
tion of Catholic France at that tiie; it is For the 21st Regiment, composed of the Mili-
only during the present century that iEn- tia of DOed and Monaoe counties.
..a.I I,s. cined so rapidly upon Franco ,or one Captain, Oe First Li 'tenantand on
,.. m.... ,- and wealth, France oughl t te cotant of the iStae.
thr'tefore Il exhibit darintg that period Thei Judges cfl'roboite ore hereby ordered to
900 writer to 30 in England. pointt thle necessary inspectors in dute tine, for
We will not go behind his list, and show stid election. and Imake retilrns of the, in
that Lord Macauly was right i asserting the tcu "er prescribed by said Act of ithe Gl er-
thatie uat ly every one of the literary ceI.- ,Fo' ,,1 1..t 1 It.. lete to s t
brities of Fra.tnc, 100 years ago, were Infidel any hand stand caused to be ali.ed rthe
et riers, but we ask, do youclaimn these for [L. S.] Great. Seal of the State of t'lorid't.-
]pumanism-thlat she has produced such? Done at the Capitol, in the city oi'
,, f not why parade them, or include them? Taltlahassee, this 7tth tlay of Molarch.
ye are quite satisfied wlih our 300, or say A. b. S. PER8Y,
50, against. your 170, and ia French popu- Coeineor o/' tra.
hatio rd ahre f/ul/ tircatctr. BEy the Governor-Attest:
3rd. Most astounding of tll its the sin- F.- L.- VIe.Vew. .
ghlar assertioa that at tht time the PoTpe- Marh 2- hSe Sate
latito of the British Isles, wins or 5 thins f ar4h 2 -1 SO. 4lt.
larger that that of Illty. In 1t51 Italy IUST RECElVFD
othowcd a population only 2000,000 les C
than thatof England, Scotland and n Ire- Y Schooners tomCharleston, and now dis-
land united. In 1700, it was no doubt o Fami Flour, Choice Family
greater than that of those three k ingdoms; tleor, Choice Family Floorms, ice, otatoe,
but conceding it to have been equal, we Iti tcp Lrd Herring NlMackerel &c.,
h.We, then 25.0, or 300 English learned Mar. 3 .' E. CAJIR

:GAISTIIA'i'E'S Court for District No. 1
I St.. John's Co unty, will he iheldi a the
Court ilonse in the City of St. Augustine o#the
first Montday's of each and every totiith, at 10
SO'clock A. i.
Al i IIA] N.1LIGAN,P Jnst'ce of the Peace
1Marcii 21-I1s0 tif.

L.O G l 't.i>i.) j


1 S elus I D Corn 1 i' Bngnor'100 Bag
UU I'' 2i ll'lour2 Bbls Pork
l ;ibts .. 1 Pack ,ges.
SlV'ch 2,i-itodi. Ii. E. CA.i I,

Frmt1taij li BniiR1or.
WHEAT, c "7.":'A, LARD,

(SMt. Atlanti,-Choice. Vegetables, Fruits &c.
Dried I"ruits &c. B. E. CAER.
Oct. 15
..) i Crackers,
Ginger Schmpps, Crackers,
Eugar do.
Sugar do.
Butter do.
Pilot read,
Graham Bread.
Corn, Starch, arixna.
.Oct. 15.
I S selling kerosene Oil $1.75 per Gal.
Crusitd Sgt'gie 12 1-2
Brown do. 10'per' lb.
Steam do. 11 per lb.
Goshen Butter. 31 1-4 lb.
Coffee 71bs for $1,00
Adianmitine Candles 3tc. 1per lb.
Elepltnt Oil for Lamps 1.25, &o

{IIOICE IHams, dried Beef, mess Beef, mess
l Pork, smoked Tongues. pickled Tongues,
white Beans, split Peas.
J'an. 21. '1. E.. CARIIR.

C OICE CLARET, Cider, Ale, Porter,.
Lemon Syrup, raspberry Vinegar, Gin-
ger Wine. Cherry Brandy.
T., E., CA.R.I
, i Cl'haitrs, iBureaus, Mattresses,
i .... Tables, Chairs.
... B. 1I3 CAMC.B
) ASINSt, Currants, Citron, choice Mustard,
X do. Catsupt, do. Qiive, etdo. 'nst MacIL-
ce, l erring, Codtill, Anchovies Sardnels,
,la;. 8. 1S. E'. CAEfR.
IRDON Polts, Kottles, Bake Ovens, Spiders,
Skillets, Griddles, Waffle Trons. Corn Mills,
Frying Pans, Smooth Irons. Gridirons &e.
'Msr. t. .1. U. CA4RR.

S ( HLL ,
.."c,,erml Assortment of Choice Groceries ti

i- tic, i* e

S i : gl ee c. [.:--
"i 1i. 'i-i,['1 FLA., i l..' .:ii, 1800.
onItn m s'jSToaeT OFr r.,ri,
B nt.'tuoeof i Woarrant of arcr ;t ... 1, i
or the Distriet, Coi-t of the ..... i ,1. .
for the N A,'tiernu District of ,'orida, against
tile schooner 'avry Louisa, her tackle, apparel,
f, litfure iai frti'ghit, upon a Libel filed on the
Ailf irt'ity Pide ., i. 1. Sanders
ELsq., i roclo', f ,i t and Alexan-
der A. er'ry of Greenport in it," Stnte of N.
York in s e tauso of ontlteet civil anlI mariiinoe,
I have seized upon tlhe said schltooner Maryv
Loi;i, her t-icle, apparel, furniture untlI
freight. id ltakeli the s;tne into my possrssio.n
and u':,toiy nlad tli'it tl.e return dIty of sail
process is on Monday the 19hi day of MTarchi
ne'ct (160) at, 1] o'clock, A. M. at the Court
li'is" in tLit city of St. Augustinie tt which
trime and place the hearing of said cause will bhe
E. E. BLAOKlUPRN, UI. S. Ma1rshal.
,by Geo. J. Zehinbaur Dep'ty,
Mar. 3, ISi).

SIX We-ks afterdlate I wil app ply t. i.. j:
of Probate of St. Johns Counity i 1. 11
of 4indilnistration upton tno E.state of John IW.
McCrabb late of't.J ohns Counity deceased.
GE0O. 1L. t11AUBANJtS,
St. Augustine, Mio -5 0-1810.


BY ,

I epmasf & '17 i A

1. H. P. D ch.AAI,)
z i- L ,t ER Y. rdw orki.
T- S o hid t, nt :-.:--t- ----' Lonte

extends-i ti ino ,
Omi! L..RGES' URNaiTi-T ,,E _27_I7"7 '
in tlie CU'itod States. .
Tlhtey "ne1 pr'iroild to eT'r greatinducements;
to lhe Itho tlh" Tradei, for Cash or Timie.-
Theirc Sitek tcotsits, it part, of
nl o se w o otsd u
iU2a1i':uno, ey


Also, C.ANot and' Woo;) St ;Ar work, all quali-
ties;, Ih; 5 and SP:ING MIATTnRIESES, 1n
'inrge stock; ENAM.ELetD CuAMBERn FUrIsTURE,
in sets, from $22 to $100.
.ieaney Llid iand sEBl tnaslion Post
5 feet wide. especially for the Southern Trade.
Their facilities for manufacturing defy corm-
,ri ,-, i *. 0 GUARANTEED AS RE-

To Coods Retaitld on Time.
March 10-1800 8m.

gu'i. 4 roceries.
UST received a fresh supply of Family Gr
series at
SW1NNEY'S Cash Store.
Oct. 15.

" amt now prepared to offer to my old frichds
I, ** T .. .. -try
goods at, very low prices for ctish or city'ac-
.. ... 1 nirety-days credit with
Orders from my country
I .. ..... with. the cash will be
proiptily iauended to with great care and ntten-
tion to give entire satlisifctiou to thepirclitser.
M3y count;-y l'iends tony rely upon it if they
send me orders for dry goods thalt they will be
put up with great cre and attention to give en-
tire satisfaction to the purchaser. All amounts
purchased at this house over twenty dollars
will be allowed a fitc per cent. olff, for cash.-
I You hove here a list of a few of toy large as-
sortment of goods.
.... ,,. irerouchbroad Cloth, Doe osld Cas-
S ., ,i 1 Cloths, Satinelts and K. Jean
Tvc'od Cloth, Fancy Cassimers, Ladies Cloth
Merinos of all colors, Figured and plain Delanes.
grey Plankcts, ncgro Llankets, aEnglish Meri-
noes, Malinaw lankiets, Negro 1. i;.
m hltil Prni u'is, Liadier ::nd li es '. .
Merino unLter hlirtt., Fancy (Clotak., Mourning
'Delaitns, Gentts Merino halt lose, French and
English Cambrics, ilcd and whitet e Fliannels.

CHiIOICE bunch 1Cureaini, Cirlsi,, (t'i s.
Du e's, at sor, d l'r".'ervcs, ,"cl!y, Giuger,
dried Apple, AI, ndd-, 'I'tct-r mls, IBrazil
Nuts i'eL N tILS, t01, 1 tt:tutl. i iickory.Nuts.
Jan. 21.: B. E. CARR.

--7-: -'. '
.-,- A fiut ptac ng 1'OilEY, also works in
S- harness. Apply to
fe. 00.

308 Broadway, Now York. 65 & 367 ELB OAD WAY,,
Af oorsfI o l the S.1I Nicha lo0I Ytel.A Corner of Franklin Street,
'thoors froo0 Ite St. Miehole, Aotiel.
The Sterescope is the most instructive, in- NEW YORK.
teresling, entertaining, amusing, and exciting ,..,'
of modern inventions. -
Nont are too yount, none too old. none too J. TAY LOR, '*' ; pIrOPRIETOR.
inelligenL, none ioo uneducatcI, lo acknow- (*:,' "f
S 1. an eaI uty. ,
S n uitipote without iit, lit mut c i I ,. '- which ill travelers appre-
and will ptidat m t, nrywhtoene. bel.' ht t rmot'be su'rpassid, ling
1:, pr -Sents to your view every part of the convenient to the principal places of btlsineo''
world, ia ail flie rli'-f, bolite';s, perspective, antd atnusement. The aparlitents, of which
arnd sharpneso or' detail, as if you were on te tIhere are two hundred, are well furnished tnit
spot. v,'ll ventilated; anItl being conducted on thce
i .'ryw 1 .vt .: uropeaut plain visitors cain live ia the beEi

l-t:id llind tile l t:i Mi1' d i resultS of their lor i ....... .
skill ara con antly onricng our stoo. exte .

*. .t,,'' t ,, i ,i e l I r Jr/ J it ,-i iiL ,i itll,..-. ,1 Ic" ltot .ii ,'' .,-

sI I ..' I h,ta, .r.t..''',',, .1.1 ,', halto .\e i i.rI .J- B in.- Il, 't,.lI- fori..
S. i i i I 1;
"'1A "' 1 "l' i s10 t La oL N y otl i 2 i LLh

.. ho.. i. i ....I. t .o ,. o of ou.Li -3SE,

,iO g eat.r i t i IJ ofio pit ,
r i .. .1t et.-te ,' .tr-t1 .. Ti .. ST. A G."STI.. E FLORIDA.i
tt s i' t to..- np6 ,e. ,ep. .i.e o
re, i refined taste perior to tat oany hotel in the city.
should liave int his drawing room some of our Mar. lm
,i 0 -. t ii it ar ny be volvingsteco-

in copiet i otidy "id distictl o. s if it tad i o-i
ie.can.e. be .i .. .. : ..... one. oi r n A HOUSE,
cs greater l ... I I of' th pictu-t
roetel alt d the beautiful. T A GUo FL RIDA
Anthou'y DIstantaneous oroscope Views ST. AUCUSTINE,

tak n inh i'l oieth l, c ie from Lond arevery-oom, atti, 0

vahte, for to lhe ,TERMS:

,kn ow n in E u rl upa i e r e eiv e fr om L on d o n a n d i n g le a _5 0 ,
1oaris iarg'e- or cers fur Anthony's Instantancoes Single ooms, 2d Story, 50c "
Views of Ai.eric.n life and scenery. Single and Double Rooms, with fire-places,
S e just published cl.igibl tinted, will be treated for.
FuLton 1 ct 1t'r aycr ;' in wlch acny Boa',' elusive ofrooms,400perwlwk
li,:irts feel ni interest i t tritulars of thi Extra IMeals, 37i cents. Extra IFires,
wil iLe fou:ad in our e't1lo'gue. 25 ceSOts.
Ourn caio. ; 't,.;jis aa d n prices will be Ti -f a oad "are and one uniform price.
foe.' nrti." t1'ti a dtill''Cs. u: .'eceipE of tstrio i 9 (
l'. ,ri ces at : e di toi ice .- ding ut e, ;j 3, 1,
$15. i$21, or 82. ec:n ihave a good instrument rEe ,, C r '., ".a) .1 w,
"n.d st:ch pictures at they may request, sent by i a I' l' J1`' 1 9 L
I'iev.s aiono, (without instrument) can be AT TOCOP on the St. Johns
ntl n l. *- river .i:.t. Florida is now open
Parties aho wisch to be advised of ecrythling i, ,- ',',.- for the reception of Boarders.
reoolly v..loble in the lit.' tratl comes out, iay --- Thi ilo'el hi's recently been
std us tlir" n oames to place on record, and ws c-wly t ertnilhed. It is on the East
will kecp tihr por' t .da ou own expense,. 2e of the St. Johns ri;'er six tinilts an'ove Pico-
Me'n t,fei.;ure will fi,.nl 'Phl.togr.,pity a ;mot lata al the ternins of the St. .Johns Inil Road
Iati tttin anld deliglhful t We are I "norbeing constructed) cotte ctiing thlls point
prepared to fit out.o ainatctla ; ith evethi -"- A line oI .
necessary, for their sotcees t,'gether witi in- Thursda,"iy i... .
sttruceots "--ow to tla.eSteorec,ic 'Picti.r." Tocoi, every io,, until the1
E. ANTiIONY. comlIpleld.
Importer and M':nuA L . Applicants for bo5rd willplease epp!y to
?,Ii! eriels, Slereo-cot e-. :,,. i [ -:",--- i .
- I. i.r hi ar: i ti.'. c-. ,'r e is' o thm e .Dec. 10 185s .
com;nry are os,_caiiy iVuit'iO cnake n ex- I
:.rnh.:;mo. .. o a;.',s our discount to ihe U. S. IAP.SIIAL'S SALE.
:;;-e Wilti.era.l I Y v:rfueo of two Executions issued out o
o I ta p ot ir ap t rs.-orost cFr ssm c i 1t ,e Pitcd States District Court for the
'stre0i ;. vs wantile, N rthe-a DistrictI of Florida, an' directed
Sain b :ai a prinlt unmounted, with price 1 ageat Francis Brider of the city St. Augnus-
egaua tine, I lttce levied titon and wiil el at pl' il
Him'r4. t outcry in front of U. S. CCourt Hocs' in this
ti., t ,ltA lY..t..t.- 5..1 01i )!;i a:, 12 els'. ck ih t described
."' e'\ i 'r' if3 I pro -eriy. or ia part thereof. as levied pnon ipre-
.,. 1 !- il i" 'us yf tae Sheriff of St., Johns roouly, viz:
(' D P .r A A ilose 'nd l i L I in Clnilotte Street in tihe
G! i' ll 9 11 iL 1 1 E r city of St. LAtgttitlo,
A l.tknownc ns Citv Hotel.
A Gold Poncil ith Gold Pen attached, A House and Lot in Picolata Street, bounded
OR N. by said st., E. by a, lot formerly of Cornelius
S GOLD- L" 0 T,- T Dupont. VWest, by a.lot o If Mrs, F'oster.
O L O C 5300 Acres Land in 12 mile Swamnr, known as
or $5 0 0! John Genopoley's.
XND AP PRE UMS Tt UEACIH PURCHSEH 101 Acres.o fllndmo :sorlesso North River,
AD A P.IUM T O EC '- C h l.nown as Sihell Bluff.
WORTHIl FROI $2.00 TO $3.0. M, 11 Acres of Land on Pellicer's Creek, for-
A FTERP Two Yeart,' profitable experience in merti belonging to Robert Mikller.
our t r;e'sait mode of0 is!cosing of our dew- 5 Shares of City Saw Mills.
elry, &c.. ond from the uvtiiersal saiieftctitn TShe abovio ale is postponed. until the firtf
given to all w inev pa'tronizeiour ]house, we monday in April next.
take pleasure ine saying that we .now consider E.E. BLACKBURN, U. S. Marshal.
L ...... i ........ abolished. By, Geo J. ehJ. ltbau)r, Deputy.
S... t' I.ottery, St. Augustine, Jae. 27, 1860.

APPLICATION will be made to the Judge of
the Circuit Court or Judge of Probate of St.
John- county, for authority to sell certain rt i
estate of" .U C. eMiler for the purpose of a more
.proftable investmeal. n
2o. 26, 1859. 4w

A good Cook, \Wilter and Ironer. I
particulars apply at.this office.

WSEH-V. aVIK! l m Z,
t tinUtLD respectfully inform his friends
.' 1 ,)ublicgeonrally, thathe isoalwaTy
; to execute Iny orders, in his
line which they may favor him with. He has
on hand, end is always supplying himself with
thie inost fashionable Goods, uch as superior
Frenich black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
Tie., &c."
Ail ordetirs executed in the best style of work-
'mautship, ft.r cash] only.

'ROM rich and poor, bond and free, all col-
ors, grades and conditions of life, we bear
ume same nueeil of praise awarded this wonder-
ltt! article. Sores ar healed, pains relieved,
lives saved, valitable animals made useful, and
iutold ills assuaged by this great medicine,
which is suprisilg to the judgment of man.-
i Lt rl'tanily 1 reot. Whlio evr heard of the same ofiects
produced l;y etny oIher arlicle? ]or Cuts,
l.Lies, bi'rains, llhurnalisdim, wellinge,
'tniloed lHorses. &c. I, hai n cqtual. lio-
warei of ini];atiozias. T':1 cto;oin! .tuotang
t nitieotnt i saiold by all res-ctable Drnggists
and Livery Men iti every two n, carish tn:t
S, .-i, t" i. and S uth Atocricr,
S i"i .. .'he Ocean. Buy aL
BARNES & PARK,'Preprietors, Now-York.
Match 3d.
OLLINS Axes, Spadeto Shlnls', con tiiUE1,
Grubbing foeos, 1,:il C ,:'_. ..


THIRTY days after date I willappr. iv i a a
J lJudge of Probate of St. Johns c ,.r v ar
permissiii, to ell certain personal L-..' L ,
Lewis and Robert a lickier, (infantC.)
St. Augustine, FeI,. 1 1860.

X make *J7:! ;-
of St. .ola.
county for a linal ittlcc A o d tr la di, "
charge ;s the Admanistrat:;: of the of "J]slate

r i ll' .
Feb. IS. 1860o. Adminitratrix.
I rps" nt l'.. "ti -'t" colai, or (lenmands
S i,,4 Nithaui Coib lIat of
hbiit tile Fame within two ._j ,'. ,- i.
' :iiL li : .,;. : i r n par-

iili W. COl. ,
iF' II t.1l,

NOTICE. ",' 0
Si C .-, nr. ,ineli;d Io 11i: EviWoe of Thou.
S Ii. ,.-" ,1. 1 I. ho ,', :..1, 6 t.t nae, re .

.'l' I .1 r," 1 1 1 ;i, .' ..oi-,i '
i.. I i t l :,. .. lit .. t lawor tl.l
notice will be plead i n ar.
Felb. 1L160. Sw Adnainistratrix.

A LT, persons indebted to the.ostate of An'ie
.. itoz, deceased are reqtusttt'd to make im-
i. payment to the under e,--w -1 ', 1]1
persons having claima again, *.. *. .. ..,
ore required to present tile ,
years, or this notice will be plead in batr of their
payment. MATILDA4 COOPER, Ad'trix.
GEORGE COLE, Ad'trator.
Feb. 4, 1800. 8w

A LL persons o i't-t 7 claims or demanIds .
A against the I Kingsley B. Gibbs;
are required to exhibit the s;ine ,within l.o
years, and those indebted to the Estate, are re-
quired to make payment inimedittely to
SDoec. 81. IS'0 Executrix.

CIX weeks after date I .shall nlply to the of Probate of the codhty-of St.
Johlr ,. letters of Adminiostration de bonis
lon with the will annexed, upon the EstLaof
Robere MicHardey, dccceased.
St. AuegnstineJan. 7, 1850.

IX week- after date I shbill apply to (lithe
S I ... of St Jols ,
'i .1, I. j.. r J bonnis non N
&c., with the i^! annexed upon the estate of
J.oeph 21. lHernatid, i.-. i
J R. i- .. \.*:.. ANCIIEZ.
Jan, 8, .
S8 hereby given to all whom it' may concern
Stithat 1 have tIis 3d dry of December A. D.
I .. ii i u void a Letter

in February, or theireal ,
Ex. Est. of A. Dupont dec.
Dec. 10 15591-

A LL persons indebted to tle Estate of Gad
llnmphrei-ysate oflSt. John's county, dx-
ccased are requested to make iimediaLte pa.y-
onent to the undersigned; Iand alli persons htt ving
claims against said Estate, will present then dui-
lyacitheilicated within the time prescribed by
law, or this notice will be plead in bar.
Nov. 26th 1859. Akdninistratrix.

SIX months after the date hereof I shulll p-
ply to the Jc.rldg of Probate of ,St. Join
county for my discharge as admini'stiaEtr with.
the will ai nnieed of the Estate of IHal.uah
Soith, deceased.
St. Augustine, Jt.unc 2, 1850.

0- ------------------

... i in whitc eac
S.. i or her money in
eaci, which cannot bo bought t, any re ail store
for the same price: and in addition to the pur-
cllae, each persm receives a Pi'renliuin ofJew-
eiry, less in v\;loe than $2, andt it may be north
53, 5, 8, 130,, 21, 2 0, 80, 50, o 0 even JO!
* We propose to let a person know what Pre-
nium he will receive icbeor sending lhis money.
Any Lady or Gnctletan' desti'ig ofi e of the
aiove artilc',es can tir't send 'uste toir nme stand
address, stati.7, v.holher they want thl Pencil
'cntt Pen, or Locket, and we will t Iake tihe:r
selection, and inform them by return mail what.
Premium they are entitled to10. They can then
have the privilege of seudjyg for it if i.
Our plan, fromdlong experience in theo a
bnusites, ihas given general satistietion, oise lch
puricolhor tant sell or trade ihe aboNe I'tielca
for all they cost h'im, and retail the Premium
gratis. I
If, Ihowever, any person should feel disposed
to seud uI their money in iidvance, they 'can
rely upon being as fairly dealt with as though
they luid made i ........ ..
Any person s... ., i .. goods will
receive i Pencil and Pen aud Premium, or Lock-
et and PIriemiun, free.
For fil p1ar ticlars send for a.Pencil and Pen,'
or Locketdl
Among oar Premiums are articles suitableo-foc-
Ladies and G(Ialetiten, such cas
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Watch-
es, Gold Vost and Guard Chains,
Gold Sleevo Buttons, Gold
"Watch Keys,
Gold Shirt Studs-plain and. with settings:
Guhl Scarf Pins-new stylc; Gold 'Breast
Pins, Gold Iings, &c. &c.
We have G old Watclhes, Floriutine, Mosaic, Gold
Stone1 Cameo, tnaruet and Coral Breast Pinst
dul 1it liingt, Gol d Br1enicts, (Gold Sleeve
Bltions, Gold litol t!iidslo, G 1' r: &c.
Aldo, Pianos, Malodeous, r.. i Ac-
coi.eons, &c. &o.
Unexce .ptionable references given whenever
N. 11.-In sending your names, write the
State, County and Town pl:iinly, so as to avoid
letters being miscarried.
Address, ANGL & CO,.
102 CANAL STREET, (Old No.)
NEW YOl.0 .

No. 051. F tI, n, flotel,
ar .-.. .. i[. TT LEiES BUC11ANA.N,
... .. Stati of Atiea. CHARLESTON, S. C.
l to ileby d srel a' ill o nl ke' lin pwO l tElitl IpLlb-
L 'l s will hi' held at. i .. I .1 .. ;
.; 1 olliesi n the State of' i i t. ''.
.. I .i : i J. B. IXON, .PROPRIETq.
on.liiluday, ti ntwentieth day of February next, T -
tb the dispoialof th ivati. bunds intli en- The s'ih'-''- ." u hilen I shove well
t eiin i'c olieid lO ( j~i of tca i ln,, withlin tie known t .1 I i would beg letive re-
unltici'tcit lotued townships, which r1eiit n to peletfully to ini'or1 ln the former patl r ns oif tIli
thc suited States, wiitin siu miles ion each oui'e, its well as cie traveling lpulic, that lie
0'.:c' the "from St. John's river, it has thoroughly repaired "ad re-'nlitihed it,
Saoeonville, to ithe waters of l ecaniboia y, at and made mantiy changes hirli will aid to its
or nler IPeosacola;" andi "froit l'ensacol.a to comfort as a home, and as a public report. iHe
the S;ts line of Alabama, in the direcion of would .also11 take occasion to assure them that
lifinlgomery ;" suject, as E required by law, t) no emfort will be spared ot tihe part of himself
a inimunm of t0o dollars and fifty ceits per acrc, or distancee, to reader their sojourn at Lth
.orh th se lnoand west o'therin- atifctory.
1aal 2 erdia1. 1BOA iD PER bAY, $1.50.
,Toawships 1 antI 2, ofng 1. ct. 1OT. EL8m
T,:.ri L.I,,.. i, till ut,... __s.,,r,._-,:______._______ -
T..,r., l. -5 i ,i' onc ,e I BC a l,
P.,. On ,. I i. -,. ,4 I ....,. I.' L. ] II _. L

Townships 2; 8, and 1 4, i, ind ,. E ICTON. P F p rrTPT
Townships 2, 3, 4, and 5, of ranges 10 and THIS FIRST CLASS HOTELi
IT. ,- Fs beeTC leAscil fora terI of
Townships 2, 8; and 4, of ranges 18, 19, 20, t s by Simt. '., terin
21, 22. 28, and 24. io:"r c'0'1io .. B
Townships I, 3, iand 4, of range 25. l t t t, 'ornter prt itot u-
Townships 1, 2, and 8, otrangec 26 and 27. cililu itoys e lts o l%'dle co s. ,
Townships 1,,2, 8, 0, and t, ofrcanges 28 and fil iic ci0 i f wd d
9o0 .- gi ve oita actall. i c othi!l l aw, hos be found
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, of ranges 80, Jrely to greet them i, his usual style.
31, and 0 .
South of the asce line and west of theoprin- To the Plysicians /f the S.oitern Saltes.
Townships 1, of ranges 1 and 2.
Townships 1 aud 2, of range 29. OLlFE'. GEu I- INI' PORT WINIE,
Townships 1, 2, and 8, of ringe 80. WOLFE'S CE'Ti;i;iilLiM;ilA INE, "
Townships I and 2, of range 31. WOLFE'b 'iENL NE SIlif illY I INE.
A'ortA of the base line and east of theprin- I am now suipplyingti the tnait" within pure Cog-
cipal meridian. nae Brandy, in botites, both 'for nieuitc uand
Township 2, of range 1. private use. The iuni,, .,sc sc'coas ilth Las
ITwnships stand 2, of ranges 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, troeaod oy efoti eto i a ure i c it
ithe retiili of' cli, iitid'r itie isa s of' .11i-tie

c/pot teid i.e7 gists, tipothert;oi a .aid imedics. tlac, 'or l..
cipal merid an. years l t, to soli ci to tc ote l ,,ca
Township 1, of ranges 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, course in ri'ard to' tlh :u'tiii ut o L.randy. I
ald 9. should have complied "itiih Iics r''lque ts from
Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 10 and 11. all quartei'r long ago, bit ,as l es e cd 'irou it
At the land office at Newniansville, commenq- by tie fact, that owiing to the exorbitant privte
ig on -Monday, ihe fifth day of Marl next, ior of Brandy in1 Frnce, c isequent upon the shil t-
toe! disposal of the vocnint lands in the even- ness of the grape cCrop Icr sonti years, ether
numbered oeceion, and parts of scectiots, within was no chance of tmy being bible to import the
toe nd'termentioned townships, which remain oloicest Brandy. bottle it and sell it it moide
to the United States, within six miles on each rate price. Fortitutely lor rme, the grape crop
side sf tihe railroadas "irom St. John's river, at ior cthe last and P'viiot -year' (iod i.h prospect
JctonC0vilte, to the walevi, of Escathil bay, at for this) was tibUnidant, itn d p, 'ccs of i3r;idy
or near Pensacola;" and -from Amelia isl:nd, have fallen to thie standard of tl years, igo.-
,n ti.e Atilatic, to the waters of Ta' T zThe duty ol i'randi is also seventy per cent
w;Lth a branch to Cecdar Key, on thet' I wer. tilnd I have 1tow nftde iarrolanlgeoluois
Mexico:" subject, ns required by l.,w, to a wiLh fit tt Biri dy exporters in Franee, of the
mlintium of two dollars and jftY cents per acre, liighest repute, tl i a "'t -i.-.n-i O receiving cil-
i : tsilnt eits of ti ind .-hich 1
Sauth of the base line and east of -. '"". i ,I ,l,-,i ... ",itt y cil, lhan s
cipcal meridian. and certiicatoes bottled by me,
as the pure, tunadictrated article, and it will
Tomsi'hips 1 and 2, of range 11. be fobuid. whelln Sil Is a i l edicue. a beverage,
Towaships 1, 2, and' 3, of rango 12. or oa ciirtial, hclhitiul aid invigorating. It hias
Townships 1, 2. 3, 13, 14, and 15, of range been a of nitiver atl co.,plaiint, ltit n
13. bottle of pure, uliuiix;led French Brandy, was
Townships I, 2, 8, 4, 18, 14, and 15, orange very difficult to obtain, and tche .urcn-eeo,ninlc
11. times in! tln, was Ide.eived with 1: vile imanut' i-
Townships 2, 8, 4, 12, 18, 14, and 15, of turned imi tiio.n, tt' all descriptions of rent it
range 15. spirits, UlIraody, froat ii. high price, ,has been
Tovwiships 2, 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, and t 4, of the one artiick ilat ixes autie soel'rs have
rage 16. traid their attetcion io, and millions of gal-
Townships 2, C, 4, 10, 11, 12, and 13, of lunsof tihe so-called French'Braivuiy hi'e beniI
rangio 17. scattered anatilttiy ttrougib tlhe ltaid,itnl ]liave
Towsotips 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, and 12, of range bIeen te prituii'.y tauc of miurdes, itiricies,
I6. cruelties and crinlte, ;itnd have sei tihiusaniist
TownQhips 2, 8, 4, 8, and 9, of ranges 10 and to an early gravo, self-destrciyers. Ioni, dilirtunt
20. t remensr, ait.Lii.ia-ipoit and horrors, iiinames un-
Townships 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and, 9, of Lnown,euntil lnprincii, .. I to make
rauge 21 and 22. .11. ". i pounadsa i i .. ithe pure
.owaships 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 6, cad 7, of range .
23. The virtues of pure French ] need not
Tcwnclips 1, 2, 3, and 4. of range 24. be told by ime. They oare i;tnown throughout
At the Land office oat St.' Augustie, corn- the world ais c medicine or mild otinmIant. 1,,
met cing on 3I ., ,i '. day 'is, as the Frencih tlion poetically' call it -'Eai
of iebraary ., .1 t i a oat do tie vie," tihe water, of hle. Iii tii.s applies
tIaus in the even-numbered sections and parts of to it only I 1... .. 1 : t.. I 1 ian-
s icion:, witulin the undeolentiouied townshipl, ufactured i I 1 ,,. i. ,-i l miakle
which C'eman to the United toates, within six a good imitation, it bchometes death drink to
Inilis on each side of the railroads "from St. innocent tens of thousFands of ou{ race. To'
John's river, a 'Jacksonville, to the waters of remedy ta fearful evil, have countineed iim-
Escambi-t bay, at or near Pensacola;" and i i;,. raldy, ibttling it, I it s,,
-from Amelia island, on the Atlantic, to lthe Genuine Cognact i, I amn
waters of Tampa bay, with a branch to Cedar ditily receiving orders from the drugsists and
Key, in the Gulf of rMeica;" subject, as re- apolhecarios in all parts of Lhe Union'. Lo scll is
quired by law, to a minimum of two dollars and for medical purpose.
lifty cents per acre, vi : U' DOLPIIO WOLFE,
.Xorth of the baseline and eaat of theprin- No. 22 Beaver truet, New Yo'tk.
cpal meridian" t'" '. Newo 'tlea li tart &
S, CI Coii. i 1 (o.e, J. i. -Moore &t Co.
Townships nIand 2, of ran0g S3. Nov. 19 t 3
Townships 1, 2, and 8. ot rahgcs 24, 25, 20, -..... ..
27, d 2S. JUST .REiCEIVED)
'South of the b6mse V.: undl ap.t gf C pril- .Y Schooners front Charleston, and now dis-
c'pdl 'atitriaian. B ;charging.
Corn, Choice Family -Flour, Chaice Family
Townships 1; 2' and 8, at ranges 25 and- 20 Dutter, Choic i Failiily Ilams, fRice, Potatalce,
a. ,] *, i ;i I i 1, i, the use of i .., .' i
in,--. I ... r., .r. J ., .i.,' i..., I r. io together 1 L 1. CARR .
,mL n ....... u.J ,,a ,J lands, will ---
be excluded front the sales. ales. t
The tracks along ctie lines of the railroads A G O .- .. k. 51i 1 hi]
will be sold, subject to i r i i, grant-
ed by act of 4th Auguit, i -, i raiiroad OF
and lile paroiconi.r itrati'-s cat,by the routes will
be sild as cot linii. the quanttitics resp ective- F A 1 L Y
ly sho(on on the otetial plats, without, dedu-- IL
The offering of the habov lands will be com- t ..
mienced on the days appointed, and 'will pro- ,'. i "' "
ceed in order in which Lhey are adiveriised until .. 9
the whole shotll have been offered, and the sales
thus clioed, but no sale shail be kept open T B1 E IAD
longer than two weeks, tnid no private en ry of
any of the aove lands will be admiitied uatil AT
after the expiration of the two weeks. C. BRAVO.
Uiven under my Ihand, at the city of Waltsh---
ington, this fiftecuth day of November, nino CHOICE LIQUO S, &C.
lomimi one thousand eight h unred and fifty- OTTLED Liiqur t .i f "i i,, turno's

livery person enlilitlod to the right of pre- LCn.'litilioiien Sy roco'? i t o to
emption ito any nf tie Indc within tie town- aie B
ships abore enui rtd -iMni,.i .o 'e ab- r* I i t lI l l1 li i 1 'u0 ti
lishthe .me tthe ati factionsl, t;.e Neoih R I 'c'y ;o'i id ',. doI. ,ai',ter do.
i g c l o 1, 'lhi A ploa'crier til'te

l iateceider of Iht proper latd oLi', ond tl .int1o 1 i Sa' 5 e. -
vake payment thereltr st daoon as prci oticablr trotie, tu ..ic osl Slo, 1Icled do ,
after seeing tlis notice, and before ito d. ap- hlochc'.ol i i t c l. de.
pointedfor Iao cotimmencemeiit of lilt publichto 3litr. 3B. B. CAR I.
sale of lands embracinog one tracto clt(im-ed; ,, y-
othrwips achove enulaim will be forfeited. -_" ---.-_-__,~e ...
S. A. S..lITH, Commioatnr TOT1!, TOYS' e
of the a pr ral Land OfEe. o A large variety of Toy, for ,e Holidays.
D.- .t i Nerov. 12 T pe. 'kleSON-
Dec. 10. ;qov 12 '" T. :USON!

The School under the care of n tLa l3 col, t,, told. tIhe first lMoni,,y i, -1,, .. -
*.. .1 Misses Mathcr & lBrown will open ON ThIE PLAN 01 THilE gust, next, before the Court louse itt thI NOTICE,
.- ( on Thursday the 13th of October city St. Augul stilne, I.. l i .. .
for. session of ten month. Instructions will ORy l 'aoa LOtter .w .ch thereof .S will .i ... ... I.... IIIRTY days aol 'er dalt I will apply to the
be given hr i ,, i. .... ,diinlg higher Matlhe- Taxes andl expetoses dt thereon fI r the ye, r 1 Ju1dge of lrobaite of St. Johnl county for
noties,) Loll, I ., i. .,. I hi slc. *b --f ir l e -s.ttt f he--- Lo ry c h Lo t .wrne. Io wi t I Permission Io sell oelaitn personal lEbtate of
St. Augustii o aJn'y 23,1859. MONTICELLO ithe undivided half of a tretdo land situad on I Lewis and 1obert Mickler, (infanls.)
t_- TU IOTN10 ACADrEM'v tleo North river about 10 miles North of St. lROBlilT MICKLER.
K E.R 0 E N 0. L I .. Au t,'line, outuntled oi tIe North by Iracts of St. AuLustine. Fleb. 18 18io.
l.. 1 W.BI-. *L n>.o .I.snmt CurNTY, BU Olr^tA, llaunalh l Scilh. F. P. SancLhez ano '. NOT (I
TIIEN YOR KEROSENE OTL CO. Au y S A fLg lhst an West 1)y public ItIs. NOTICE.
TE YO OS E Authorized by eil Act of Leglature tt f Leody d p e lands. Heig se. IX months after date, I shall make opplia-
(ESTABLIStHEI) 1851.) 6 of T. 5. I. 2u 1E. uit h, .i o the t lion to hie Judge of Probate of St. Johns
P I Z E S Coa' .t' ...ct.'.. t'..... .a 'it tutu ii .. ... e ... ty'f... a ..itl /. ..tle.ite.t, .t.. cir ,iv di-
Anunoul e that, having made great improIte- *. -' T )lie ol' /Vai l o haas 'l' here- t cu i nyfor inal ,t et : n ,- or si
tlteitto il ti ii itol tteti' u rl f Net'e'Of 'I e, TS iive,0they'ar ,,cfs...Ii"acttlio''a he -.b,. of Eotoa
now taobledi to offerit to htho Tl.detlu et 1 IIORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO ,. '.,,itx-off. Tax. 3. D. HIINS
A REDUCED PRICE,C EVERY TWO TICKETS. A ccnor CoeclorSt. JointCoity. Feb. 1.. 000. A1nninisllrix.
The attention of customers iA respectfully '\--- NOIC
called to t suo ubjoined table, the riut of imI I & 0,, lMalIgei'S. Tax Collector's Sale. L .. I 11:- OTICE.
plhotomerical examinticion, by El'd N. Kent Tolhe drawn i public under 1be sworu sperin- ILL be solt on the first .letindly of MIay A hLLpoerons ]ti lg:v c"i"at. or dton""d"
18sq6. oflewe oork, hemtst, and a tlFeb o .iiuissioners, appointed for ext. ,clbre he Court Ilotusy tloor in St. at. Johns cooity dlcas, are required to ex-
Sthait purpose, i ts t '.. i 1 n le 1ndoI expenses a dl y thr e lhibit i.e su ce wituvhin tIwo years, aind tithose in-
If.I... o h.i. ,l aOaTid O pet ose000tluet 00I-eo Ll
City of Savannahl Georgia. the hei.'s of De ougeres, tc io ltslto are required make pa--
a-- TO -- t o i nt'] ; r1 [ ,; I _-I, C a ", C oa',;',1a L o l n t. W e n t i i n m d t l t .
MIATERIAL. LAMP. adjoining .,, .. louse;o aLot ad- IIELN W. COBB Exeurlix.
CA A P IT -" ,,. i .... premises. Focb. ul i1 1, 8w.
T, v T,,' AUsessor & Collector, S. J.C. NOTICE. ,
S' I- / r t,,:,,,, ', I. is for the purpose of perfect- ALL persons i:. -i.. 1. i. r .. if. Thnos.
_1, : TT:, ,It C :i I. ,, t i, jho ,.t
"of. ... 1 '. V ... ; c

Lard Oil. Solor. 1c10 !ieS oly I. 1I L ted within the tLitte prescribed by law, sor. this
Spom't Oil. Solar. ..025 AL\ES, QlllUAIITE AS, AND IGIITS IN W. I doo 'r notice will be pltad tIbl: .
'., ,;, ,;.1 T l".i P 'IOPi]TIjtN. 1 'lt -- ': l .ay of 0i. FRANCES LhITE_ -,
_.June ,I. u' '. -u property, or so Feb. 11..1860. Sw Adtinisltrix.
O Tmu t c '. 1 .1 ty tioe 'State ald
ah c o TO BE DILtyeT EAnCH SATULRDAI OsOy a ni i. fo'tir fhe- NOTICE.
0,* g -30 5' 0 IN JANUARY 18G0. year'85J., by t'.. i. .. I .-. owit; LL persons indebted to tle Eslate of Annie
One thousand Acres of land, ortli of1New j ize, deceased ire requested to make im-
2N ao IrX SyE tSmyrna, bounded NorLh by Orntond's lands meuiae payment to ithe undrot igned. And alli
SyCITY O SAmAH, GEO IA. by mmett's, East by the river, IVs by ;ierh- ,.uiin, claims agaiu l tile 'sd etotes
-435 $1 O0 4 -10 Ccass u3, to be Drawn Jan. 7, 1800. THIIOIAS T. EROORE, wIr, or t his notice "twibe pletid in bar oi their'
1,200 4 85 Class 51, to be Drawn Jan. 14, 180O. Tax Coollector ofolusaCounty. MATILD.A COOPERt, Ad'irix.
Si T 0 12 0 Class 5.3, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 188s3uo. The above sale is for ithe *emlose of pe'rfe- GO OliGE COLEE, Ad'trator.
a 1 00 1 00 t ingthe title." Feb. 4, 1860. 8w
700 1 25 17 71 Class 6c, to be Drawn Jan. 28, 180. Nov. 123 P. B. DUMTAS, Agtent. EY TIIX'S NOfCE.
850 2 25 26 47 c a the iia of igie iEX UTRIX'S NOICE.
U00 87 29 00 t Slt' lle tLLpersos having any claims or demands,
----------------------------___ I' TbS ai'oslf Tir.!n against i t hlio ] state of Kingsley B. B .
llelible orlers from the Trade, by Mail or jiOM are rihiircd to exhibit the same witii., ic
Telegraplh, filled, on .ipl~iication to y W CT fl'l 'S ,ears. and thvise indebted to the I;stare, ,.... -'
ATeleg STap Alotts, 1 iPrie of o ;ft0,000 .is6t0,000 i t.L.Ot T O iT .l' tI3 l,; ed Io mli ke payment immediately i,
1.A leo trei t, 1 2,ti s 21a 000 LAUiLA I%. .3.
li u l re 11 l, f I...'' Dos. 31. 1859 L l .i ,.
Kerosene is al'o o o be obtaied at the Man- 1 "I 6,i'; is 5.0a II ,r e e e
utifcturers' Price., cf all lie New York 1Y46ole- 4.(;00 is 3,;0 ,
sal. ... ... .. d 1i 1 ;.0i.o is 2.i,., Four Io-se Troy Coaches, Carrliaes id Lihi
i ... L' '" L .m 1 2,000) is 2,!)00 W afgons, all coni ecL l"ng with Hle s-cveral a' a' .
N .-KEROSEE is the ,') r e- 1. 0 is 0 CHTT i and OX weeks after lute I shall pply to lthe
mar'/ of the Kerosen Oil Co., a;t all i 1 ,e' P ..t of Prob of the .oy f S.
pcrsolns arc ccutiondiyi- ayuist.;i uij theu / SA VANNA1l sueamers. joits tor letters of AdMiti-;r1tion dc itoniS
id trade-mark t or other oils. ; are onvey.ance always in l el. e awioyin ar- non iiltn theri Oc, ; anexod. upo t hid Etluaie of
Octl 1t51 31 t 2 i 00 are 6l, Uc ivls- Diaustcanc 18 tniiOc, ,Te, hour., lobe rt McHtrdey, deceased.
Oct.l.1. l 2 00 are 4i,0 -- G'l FAIRDAXKIS.
'- o0 are 0S iL u Arriv ls and Depf'itures from Clharicslon twice St'. Auustine Jan. 7, Itll
RUNAW'AY SLAYF. 04 100 are '7,1) 0 a week-lEverglade, via Satvannah. Car'li-e __ -- _
iQ 100 1u 0 ot dhrect.NO E
il, TAKEN up and committed to jail t^PIO-i A'tTIO-1 iIsaL -M And :Savatnll-t. .' St. Mttr'a, inhnd NOTCE.
S,- in ,St. Johns county as arunaway 4 Prizes of $200 approximaing ti trct.. And Enierri.e, up the HIXter Pa S week after ldae I sIhall .pyy to Ith
( ,. A NEGRO MASN ,Ou l "oc prize are "0 laika, steamer tDarlihtnt,, at-urdaye. Julgo of Protatc of the county ol Si Jo!hn
S-.*,.' about 50 years of age, ofyeloo 4 Feeoe' yf e luwproxiatin t Ns. lU-.t Y, ro~ r nord Fla., for l waters of.idminitraliua de l,o s noht
S ish complexion 1} nchs pri, ., 00 St. ugustne. c., wilh ohe will atnnect-! upon thd etat e fs
birhc. ai s hisonome is Jac. e is clothed 4 Prizes of 10 w pprO x.,ti.,g t1 J il. 1l .llSernaudez. to ,
blule homl espun punlaloos and a ra.ofed negro A i; 0lVAL,, i Vto-\J:tl,' SANCIIEZo
cloth jacket. licsaysth w ]as vitcdby 4 Pries of ic approxiaio to Tl T ,ischug fr,,li Sh.c l cfw 7.
~ie estau e eo iAbraliham Bescnt. dteeicd, c f u- oh, uu, o ire .': rk t.hol (l.shen Bui ot c t' ti s . ; i_._. -.
val county. The owner is requested to conic 8 Prizes oI 60 !.pp.rox z itg to ;,l' PunocGs, tnions, Duckv a. n orted i C
forward, pay expenses and take him awavy. t,000 prize ,. 4.) i 1. E. CALit S ereby gtive, o all w an i c 'y oncl,
A. I. 'OGIfia ,1 8 6Prizes of. 5') approxit m.ning to Da. 17 t hot 1 (i I se is ":i t .t.i l.i .. r .. lI
Sherili St. Jonns Ccounty. t2,l00i0 prize, are 400 ________ revoked, annu;ell.d. ui .I made o.i t Litsr.-
May 26. rize.s of 40 appoxi toliniig ltoO SHEli FF'S S or :itrnuey by ueogiveu t.t. l He'inii;. Pu1q.
1,.3UU) pr e Feblia u y, orthlrc'in utii ntho -
8 ries of Sq approximating to B Y virtue of sunday executions issued out o Vil L 1t; It "
Lef) Call at tlihe new Store under their tIa. ,1 0 prize are t240 1) nthie Cibrcait court l'or tlhe cun o"f t ,1]x. Ec of \. Di pout to e.
soniu Lodge opened by Ili:RTz, if 3-uu 410 ' of 23n approximating .o ounns Eastern CirhCit of Flofd'a o 0Ie directed i Dec. 10 185t9!
1{ t c> J ]u p .ittea are 8.0(0 at ;ians; f.. o sl county, i have
waunt c ain andt prime articles in the Gro- 235,',0a; Pri'zu. o' i 1 a.o........... 2 ,' ) levied ni i ,, I at poli, sale bc.bfre W.I A -
eery Linh and other little Nick naks. t..oe House d-oor i, tit liy oof 8 A gue- i
__25", '2 2a a'lin,, to.........ES6, a j 1ne on ?dondlay 11, firs, dlay ,f AuGust. be- -
INDIAN CORN, A NO'ihe2 wit : .
a T C-u t 11 hSc areS Ao oloio"'ic t 1- .A LL persoIns indchlte to th il,, st t of Gd
T-, T-I Corn Starch, Lemos, Graham ,O.:..: lC {3 ti? h alVS 5, A Lot in Charlotte street in there lu e t .. .. ,
Jl i ugo, Tapioca, Maccaropi, Yeast I'>.ctne u so w. y n l, me t lotie st.daeaigd ct: an.d all p, oi. ha'i,,n
i'owlcrs, lops, Soda, Gream Tartar. oo. 0 cvr.ta. City hotel, l- ill iose cun
Janl. 21 .. E. CARP. -- A Huose atiii Lot in licoilu streett hond0cd cltiuns' d Estate,. will p]res,'nt theLu d-
SP__LAN OF LOTTERY N. by said street, E. by Lot formerly of Corie- y 'authienoiteld within lthe timu peserhibd by
S aiW s A Themt ntubers fl'm t 1 to 50,0t corresponding lius Dupont, W. by Lot of M;s. C. Foster. .aw, r this notice will In pleiad i 1.ay,
SvS ith lose ituulbers on the tickets print d on 1 n.cses Lad 12 nmile swamp known as Nov. 20t1u 8.3 Y e3Iitti'hiEYS,
B"Y.virtue of an iExecution issued out o.f the cparate slips of paper, aro encircled with small Jolan inppoly's. Nov. 2th ____ 185__________ _ix.
t ) Circuit Court ror he counties of Volusioaind lin tublc- andi placedin oue l teel. 161 Acres Laud tNorth River known as Shell
I reverd in the Eastern Circuit of Florida and to The fitrsc 17P' iPones, similarly printed aod en Bluff. eol,-y. .i .' r
,ne directed and deliverediu fav or of William E circled, are plcred in an otler w hee. 131 Acres Land, PelliOer's Creek, formerly of
Giles et. al. Ts. Eufus l. Sewall and le, I have 'ihT v;hels ar'e lihen revolved, ano .auniber lRobert .!itlcer. (IX months after the date hereof I hall ap-
levied upolf and will expose lor sale a t, Susnu- is ,.rawnl'o m ith e wheel otiNumbers, and at the 5 shaes i t Qlity' Sawi Mill.-i ply to the i ul ge of ro'alte of St. John-.,.
nahi, Brevard county Florida on thie ]st Monday amy time a Prize is drain irooM thle wheel tel The abovl e sale is postponed until ls county for may udisc:irgr as administrator wi5t
of April lb85, at the usual hour ofsi tle hi fol- of Nuimbers, and at the same time a Prize is mondayin Deciemn o ernext. thie will ainnexcd of the Estate ao loanntah
lowing diccriecd land, to' wit:.-A ululndivided drawn fro theon th heelr w 'The number and The above sale is postponed until tio first Smitl, dece.sed.
interest of Fve Thousa.nd three i undred aid it riz drt I I exhibetid to the lb EO. R. FAl.ANKS.
Thirty-thrce Acres, being the third part e cer- .. postponed until the firs Administrator.
taiut grant of land containing 10,0h acres more being placed again Monday in .March next, by consent. St. Augustine, June 25, 1,59.
or it sait lBri'vard county granted to Samutel drawn. This opertition is rep i .,.. Th. e above sale is postpolled until the first ---
Miles on th ol ilday of July 181 and cauirm-i ... monday it April nex.
ed to John M son, t. al.. lason, *.... t.. 11 1 -. -T two A. D. ROGTRO, N igtiee. g
The above bale is postponed until tle lst he. .... .. to i .
Monday in ',Jay. I ,,. ,' .. .,I "' "' I iIXmnionths after date ItreneflIshullmstak-sp-
The a bove sale is postponed until th first led lo the 4,8 Approximation lrizes. For Ix- ---- -- .8 --- -- p lictti0 toh adtge of l'Proba1 hot-
Monday int June u ple: if Ticket No. 0 ws thti r a $0 i I 0,0 u n .-. t t nni ln r
Theabove sale is listpo e until tie first l ie, tlh o s o ickl ts in 'Lt tit'd l toI, ha iim it.t"countity for a final settle et etai t for ty
11o0aday in.lnn'. i',, 1, 31252 will each W .i led to 62100. 1 fI; ' o c 2
'Th e ovu iiae is postponed until the first 'Tickkt No 550o drais ilhe iVZ,0Zt 0 I 'rize,I tho1 ,d cit N i IL n.
t 1 ; c' i.t I 54, '5l1, 51 3. will ac h. CA S II, CA PIT A L, Ad initLItorS,
is postpol ed until the first I a nd so on according to tih ist 3, S3 9i w'
'lontuily in Septembear next. above .clcmc. i ..\ 3 1 39 '
t The a,,bov postploted until t. e frsl -- : l' ? '
Monday in O ltoberneit. I .e ( .. .;: .s olf Pan".'in c h '" 'ft .I i ,' '. tot d of
The above sale is po tepo ed until the first sold tt. ... 1r t 1 e to the Jtidge f
Monday inNovirlberrtis. C I Ier iWhole tthe C;rcuit C...e u Cort or Judge ofl Probae of St.
The obove sale is pootponid until tle first 10 lhalf 30 Oi 3 WA an Johns county, for authoriy to sel l certain rl
Monday in December next. 0 quarter 15 50 WALL R STREE estate of It. C. Miller for the purpose of a ,ore,
'ihOe above sale is postponed until the first I' ..... : p o ab. le. iILLtes ent.
monday in Jtinulary nxl t. IN OBDEING 1' r I ..I i. L -o- Nov 26 4 A. J. MIL .
The above sde is postponed until the first Enclouse the money to outr address for tickets Nov. Co18ny Ins. 4wcs idig erln
Monday itn Februaruy next. ordered, onreteipt if whichltiy wisllbcrwad-dc, SThis Company Insures buildings rt, Merchan-
'1he o aT ve sale is postponed until tile first ed ly fist maul. uitchasers can have tTickil ts io i Fl itsre, ad t l C rsnaittl roud.
T r r Vu, .. .. and prizes wil be generally against Lows ou t ,, ". good Cook, Washer and Iroune. For
,fr. 6. Actings C* c ly.* se"t, l, ,tt.- 0o1N O.N .Vi e Preide .. par o ticulars apply at this etofice.
ar lcinug, ., 'Iii ....C tiiy. seti, to poroliseto iointditccli of so lto drow- tO!I1 NE, Vice B ito eoideont."
iac'. 6.5-- .... l Purchasers will please writi their sii- "WM. JAFFIuAY. Secretary. JOSEPH V. TIER5? /TS t
'. I naturesph.tin, and give their post. itice, county, GEOt. R. FAIRBANkS,
Ot1.'2 T1, L IRenme 1n 11. ., I, Agent, St. Augustine. MERCHANT TAILOR.
and lp.yable irt, ,i,. "' '.. Jn"t '"twtLD respectfully inform his friensl
TIHE SUBSCRIBEB keeps constantly .l All p '.".. '"' '"''Ih"'. NEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMti'NT. d .. ii. publi generally, that he isalwayns
o h t a saittliqu orott b t e tal le ta he och .' rit ch itpr n d f N H c- Ie, tty'
., i on hatilnd, and fo sale, irorsr of lfor 1 the ... ... 1 p r n a d I ,' o execute any orders, hin lii:
a.1" following Lrnuds: Old (i 0. V.0 | p ion .l da ,rsifn dh. 1. ch n poor, bond and r ar .ol o i t| n o t sh ,w. I t |. ho
full. l.d,,n o k, ituotud inl 1 ti l b"t.hy'c cl, ,o! l h!el. o;'l pni e i oed by .i. Ii u a ,.

itor f. la E y, C o .i |. it ', i0t tss ic ''le. iae u um S cm I u e I' l' u rits, Iitroi, choice Mu[tard,
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