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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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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VOL II. ST. AU(JUST@5, ST. .4020 E COU S TUltWAY, APRIL as, 1860. N 33.

SHEREFF's SALE* ; An Operative Nobleman. I man, explained some imarmenients that never be aboggar. Taho the change, my Cavalry.
Y vicine of an Exension issued on the 1 The 10arl of House is the Tuba nia. of he was about to who. 111s lord-hip dis- boy, and may God give you and your aunt fr ZIay not some useful ideas be obtained
aircuitcourtfor the counties of volus ud j the Irish poorage-a noble Vulean a smith covered a fallacy in the plan, and predictca better days." om the following account of the resultof
travardinthe Eastern circuit of Florida a to d that it u!d fhil; but the other was confi- George now took the money, put it care- regimentalinstructionunder Col.De Brael,
PUS1ELISHED EVI'RY SATURDAY Ge directc14 and cli 1 d in1 war of 1 ini.1t 8 ^rustioTunner---ac u at oos 0110 dent in s calculation, and so they parted, fully into his little pocket, and left the as exhibited at an inspection at Fontaine-

AligllStiRO, d rJOllR'S CO.,718. 1 at n and n extos for s.10 at Sus la e heardoof is ords 2iptor K th have Sotsue me fterwar s, 2wheu( n ,d no hol a guhn needy as she wase t '3 ble model huzzar," (condlier modek,)
BY \ alesc ibe ha <1, id> (fi ---dx un 1 le his great telescope, lifty-three feet long was accosted in the street by one who tures story. and 'te chidity sl are im fo equ pped by Col. B ok in confornuty
di A TT HIASR ANDREU I rty-three Acres, being the third part of cer- d six feet in diameter, through which ed out to be his too confident acquaintance, g - 1 I 1.. c. 1 t'. I., a., ., .. Gas.hbA rI.
PROPRIETOR. t .... ...1 0 aming usth acreenoj 6 celebrated nobula of Sir John Heisual and who said: on .- c .u .: n.u .I...n...A .. L.H.:1. L cr...
M es on the wth day of July 1833 and a mtirm- wa gret seen in its most stiet asp of "I have been often, sineo we Inst met, so ...

WODOLLAjls PER ANNUM The above sale is postponed until the first early private view, througyrsq cloud an offer. Myougineeringforeman is going *I fr is a lb IN AD .1. de lin, 181 .0 is postponed until the first ster instrutnont, of the approach of the hot to leave me, and if you will come down and f* -. .- :**.*- us:-- us...'. Ial ... >..) a....r. /..11.1 .1, 1.!, .1,. 2 'gh-t .
10nday in July weather, and was thoroby enabled to creet construct the work your own way- I will It made George do this, for in after years venient; his arms consist of a fusll, or enr-
to msaten Unle i tM o 1 iovel stis postponed until the first sheds for his entile. The gront talescope give you a post." that little boy became a noted artist, whose bine, (musqucton Robet-t,) which is dis-
The above no is postponed until the srst staude in the middle of the demosno, and "I am much obliged," replied his lord. praise was spoken by many tongues. All charged nine times in a minute, and a new-
to 1 re t a n 1 veri & Mon e ni jled until the first isslung betwoon two motive stone walls, ship," but Icould not accept your offer children should cherish a desire todo all modelled sadle by brid!..
rents for each subsequent 2nsortion. yonday in October nex something like a pier of the suspension without consuking my father.',' they can for themselves, and to support scarcely covers the I. ** w's bed and tl,.

sp e a at1 1 $ a r{nrit are M anti e ni(c nued until the first gridge, without the arch connecting the "One would think you were old enough," themselves by their own labor as early as bit acts powerfully. Ihe
writing, stating deliuHoly the nature of the The above saleis po tponed mull the not side masonry. said the other, with some scorn, "to be out possible. Those who lean on father and are of the utmost grt.... .*,.1 I.elue.- >nJ
usiness to he are to it] le sP s 11 Mo a orp nod 101til he first The first thing that strikes you IP, that of leading strings. Alid Then can you mother for everything will find it hard the horse feeds as easily withas without
be charged separately and also any exass of nonday in Januarynex it is like a gigantic place of wooden ordn. Lear from your dadly ?" work to got along alone by-and-by, as they the bridle. Thus equipped, the model
mauer over the anx her ... .... 2 .. be continued \ to e pound untal the erst staves like a cask. The instrutilent is said Lord Oxmant:wn, who saw his father, While time who early learn to rely upon .tests:
e i. ilf s ouncements of Candidst a **0. all" he po tponed until the first and down in the honom of the huge crlin- When tbo latter came up,.bo was inform. earning their own living.-Leara, there. disarmed and undressed himself in forty
va .tract advertisements pgible quarterly: {. J. m, akertisements from strangers and transiont c ing, She) rear count is the speculum or reflector, the largest said he was quite willing his son should ways minding to do so under theadvice "He saddled, bridled, and nocoutred
re l v et forfulathere willk that has ever been made, and the nu un- necept the podt, if it did not interfere with and with the consout of your parents or his horse, dressed and armed himself,
one square, for six months, 810 00 31ELCAN Ilit STANG LINDIENT. Future of which, under his own superb. his parlianwntary duties. guardians. mounted and commenced firingin minute
Legg or usinesqCards, pr an g 10 00 Tswondermlci co anaconsequent popular / tendence, was the triumph of Lord Russe's- "And who is he ? and who are you, gend and eight seconds.
( i.pimarmfortetter MAdmunstru- 500 .ty-perhapanuartickinthetisorycenwn, mechanicalpowers. In this metallic mirjtie*nan?" roughly demanded the Brum- 8 8 '. RAtfullgallopheleapedfromhishorse,
Notice to Debtors and Cloditors 7 00 ""' aalt a ou 0 to. ror is reflected the heavenly body under magem. here is something noble in any man sprang over a barrier four feet high, ran
trApplication.cor dismissal as Adminisjo on oncithiverent tests, and nwt w th so row fail observation, and on a stagemear the open- "I a:u Earl Rosse," was the reply, "and who breasts difficulties, with the firm de- along a platformleaped a ditch of fourteen
my- All bills for Job Printing, musthe paid ae asst I j in to j ing at tbo top stands the obsbrver, ex:nn. this i.s Lu 4 Oxmantown.., termination to conquer them, in spite of feet, fired, repassed thoditchfumped into
aah delivery of the work. Com, Swel ing enms, lirnises, or Em 1 one ining at leisure planet, fixed star, meteor, Eventually, the latter consented to look the arries which oppose his onward pro- the circus, and springing into the saddle,
on :Ann or non It is so or a mulic n at or nebula, jw-t as the case inny be. Herq down for a few daysin Warwickshire, and gress. We would not go as far as a cele- without using his hands," recommended

RR Ab$o @ / 2 no piguly loan reviews the hearcely host; but give his friend the bouch of his best ad- larated poet went, when he broadly asserted firing."
F LL E SiHOKS ARE OCT. "es of at o at or < ac i Lord Horse is no piginy. If his father led vice, which ended, tal.qtime, in the the man dnugl t do anyl i n escho*> The whole dress, equipment, arms, and
r Bentite n or cho age. on me worn a blacksunth's upon instead of ermine thorou:rhiv-successful* co:^2ktion of the b 5 aecoutrements of a horsernan weigh fifty-.
Bn 01 1 r e ng or athles, the so n trould have rise 1 pure en in 11::ul.-t'arreyondence of x ud e 3 webdu 1 one pounds-that is, one-half Jess than the
howman every ine nu by respects en elem in to cinde: Eve a new IInt it he an p a the world or a lierechd. grasp There is nothing shining or resounding
ry body must know an ui, be victors, Xem York. "I'l:e lear I re:nden, Rome Castle me Do You TVant a Boy, Sirp of most men than is generally supposed, about him, which givesthelight-horseman
&- or a 0, or "Du ya mint:: boy, sir?" said George, Tudoed, obstacles are but the dykes which dva
."j v ini --- ------ ------- ------ ascala usin nist e of the for on a litch urchin scarcely eight years old, to prevent the pure waters of knowledge from ises. 10 theco noissicencekadud sar
cound runs na a 2 P a spruce lookine clerk in a large store, flowing for a time-the inquiring mind> Col. de Brack, wh

on asb of no od1. Ih, i tl utd hire Is!0 10 11,"1wdva t:v h in6sinuouosbs ag I era tpmas tedbythePrince waswarmlycomplimen-
or on tas a 107 BIROADWAY, hiloworsstood::1rief siege,.stil) ren:ajoand puzzled the at the little applicant. and the wide sea of intellect; hour after NATURE'S 80NGIN THE NIGHT.-Night
-to an a Corner of Frarklin Stroot, bear upon do trees of annon unlis. The "I do -tr," repHed George. hony, day after day, it increases, and fed hath its songs. Have you ever stood by
so NEil YORK. precut noulen an Us surn unded the Ltd1 "Look here, gentlemen," cried the and swollen by numerous tributary streams, the sea and heard the pebbles sing and the
ding with a ranq>art and fame, so that in young man, speaking to his fellow elorks, it at length sweeps over the now feeble but waves chant God's glories ? Or have you
a suchion emergency it usight be tunied, to "here is a regular Goliah seeking work! one formidable impediment, and rejoicing never risen from your couch and thrown up
-- J. TAYLO R, 17110PltlETOR. strategotical account. Fortification is one want to be -a porter, I'spose;-Look at' in its self-acquiredstrength, sweeps onward the window of your chamber and listened ?
-- of the many branches of knowledge to idm. Ain't he a strapper?" in triumph. The mind of man was never Listened to what ? Silence, save now and
.i b cint.esop no netup which an travelers appre- which he has turud his thoughts; but when The clerks gathered in a great glee about intended by its great Creator to be inactive. then a murmuring sound, which seemssweet
FLoca, convenient to the principal 4, you get within the line of defences, what a poor George, who stood full of earnest pur. Onward! is the cry of every one. Alas! music then. And have you not fanciet
MEAL, a it ea tw a 1. Ti apirueltimi ni le contrast to baronial or military force the pose before them, and was therefore there are some who think themselves wise, that you heard the harp of God playing in
gener well ventilored; ainl leing comineted on the objects t! at meet your eye :dford! *The miconscious of any reasoliwhy he should be become fools; they travel onward, but like Heaven ? Did you not conceive that yon
CHEESE, 1 RD, 0, 1 11< sungr cel 2n .ve ink geo be genius a Watt triumphs over the imita- made an object of sport. a wanderer in a dark morass, sco only flit- stars, that those eyes of God looking down
isEve, or, fronting en t roadway, unicoman aling an tions o an. "What ennyou do?" asked one. ting and uncertain lights which lure them on you, were also mouth of song-that
70115, I SH, i< i ce 1 th sex d- man 20 triloro Where cannon might "have bristled a "You can post books of course?" said on to perilous paths. Therearoothers who every star was singing God's glory, sing-
PlcKLES, use of indies, and the general arrangements of tidy steam cogine worked; great lathes another. scorning false gleams, seek for the true rays ing as it shone its Almighty Maker and
ours, the Houseare man, as to niford the greatest turned under the towers that frowned de. "Carry a bale of goods on your shoulder, -men who life their eyes from earth, and his lawful, well deserved praise ? Night
sea, CATSUP, co 06t to .fr_ : HoTEL is co, fiance at Lines' forces; in the stables, ch?" clied a third. overlooking theglow-worm behold the stars hath its songs. We do not need much
TEAS COFFEE itected with where rpoing stud or war steed might have "Hush, young gentlemen." said the of Hope find Truth shining in the clear poetry in our spirit to catch tbo songs of

25PICES TAYLOR'S CELEBRATED SALooms, been sheltereda most ingenious and power- elderly book-keeper at the desk, after view. sky. Such as these tread their daily patbli night, and hear the spheres as they chant
FilUTTS, Accommodaling over one thousand persons, in ful apparatus for polishing the great specu- ing George through his spectacles. "Hush! in full assurance that the seeds they sow as praises which are loud to the heart, though
TOMACCO,* CONFECTIONERIES, hSich vtisDorsi1u11eh 11e ri ,o li my laul was fixed; in the corner of the eastle Don't make 1 of the child. Let ree they travel along life's highway will apriing they may be silent to the ear-the praise
SEGARS, ments. The thre served in saloons and yard was a furuance, and close by stood talk to him. .clien speaking to George up and bear fruit. They faint not,'nor fall of the mighty God, who hears up theTp.

SOAP PIPES, He 01 it to idot 1 in i .to be su- the mould in which the .monster reflectors in kindly tones, he said, "you are too young by the way; abd though tory by thorns and pillared arch of heaven, and moves the
roTASTI, Mar. 3. In, were cast by his lordship, with face and to be hired, my child. Who sent you briars, they at last receive the reward of stars in their courses.
SonA- -------- ------- hands begrimmed with sweat and cold here?" their patient endurance and unremitted -
rAILS, POLS, N. Y. MACHINERY DEPOT, duab---an event more important, but notas "I come myself, sir. My father and perseverance-Saccess. "THERE S ALWAYS 80031 UP STAIRS."
BROOMS, 220 Pearl--t., New York* worthily recorded, as the casting of Schil- mother are gone to Heaven. My not is -A .young man who was thinking of
FLU1D, CAMPHINE, 111I LBAN K & AN NAN ier's bell. Scraps of iron and smiths' coal poSr and I want to eara something to help Anecdote, studying law, said to Daniel Webster, "Mr.

CA (successorsic A. L. AcY R)J.LN.) strewed the groundi and, instead of the her. I am very strong, sir, and will work When John Brown, D.:I). Jirst settled Webster,'I understand the profession of
DATES, JELLIES, STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS buying of h und or the horu of hunter, very har4 Wou't you please, to hire in Haddington the people of his parish law is quite full. and that there are more
FIGS PRESERVES LEA'f HER AND RUBBER BELTINC you hear the sustained deep breathing of a me?" gavehimawarmandeathusiastic reception; lawyers than are needed; do a think
B. E. CARu. pair of forge bellows, above which rang the aThis simple story, told in a way that only oise of the members of that large'ehurch there is any chance for me ? 17tere is
Jan. 7. .1xxxrFACTURERSANDDEALERRIN IROKAND WOOD 111eas.ured clang of sledge and anvily for his showed how earnest the boy wasnot only and ... ... ... : 1 put in opposition aheaproom up stairs.', was the reply-
WORKING MACHINERY, lordship is never idle. When Lord Ox- checkpd the sport of the spruce clerks, but to h:... '1' .. t...- Doctor tried all the and as true as it was ingenious. Osly a
OHEAP G OOBS. AND mant0WD, EG repreSented King's county in brought tears to their eyes. They looked meansin his power to convert the splitary few persons reach the high places, and
E; sm Douall, at the old stand at Du MANUFACTURERS ARTICLES, &0 Parl.ament3 and, when attending his du- on the delicate.child before them withad- dissenter to the unity of feeling which per- these are always in great demand-"there's
@ pout, corner of Treasury amesannounce oct 1 cm ties in London, would sometimes escape miration and respect, and one of then> plac- vaded the whole body, but all his effortsto room enough up stairs." First class far-
as o j in e izulyin 3 26 a from a duH debatetotheforges ofBirming ing a quarter dollar on the desk, asked the obtain an interview proved abortive. As mers and mechanics, as well as physicians,
.1 1 is ines e an t wil .,-3 : hatu or the .' s .... ..... yards of Black rest to follow his example. They did so. Providence directed, however, they hap. IPMs, ets, always fird plenty 1 hartoco
Worunent is well worthy an e umination and xt wal He then took the money and offered it to pened one day to meet in the street, when
wiU be a pleasure to show the goods. Call and .. Court for District No. II Some amusing circumstances occurred George, saying- the Doecor held out his hand, saying, "My calling you choose, and it matters little, it
pee. GMrc Rou inese l of 1gis / n during these incognito visits. His lord- "You are too small to be of any use here, brother, lunderstand you are opposed to it be anthonest one, resolve to go thuetrodu
.fit $@ tirst 3 ouday's of each and every month, at 10 ship is a strougbuilt, mechanical-looking my good boy. Eut take the money, and my settling in Haddington.', upper s y ry to jump y
FineFamilyGroceriesFreshanddailyreceived. O' j NELIGAX, niati, and nuinya time has a brother opera when yoix have grown a bit, perhaps we "Yes, sir," replied the parishioner, mgle les or oe bmay fall disaNeddd----
May 21. J. E. 11EDDOUGll* J. L PHILIPS Ju tice of the Peace tive, in admiration of his abilicy, pressed a may fud sonsot'ning for you to do.", "Well, and if it be a fhir question, on eg ,
-- March 24--isco tt. pot of porter upon him. It is even said George looked at the money without of. what grounds do you object to me ?', and patiently step upon each round.

HAVANA -- if Tx:-- -: es a so once or twice as rea the honest foling to touch it. "Econuse, sir," quoth he, "Idon't think TRUE BILL.-The Grand Jury Of the
'sung bees, Gary Cc iz. power, on such occasions, with thofile-dust- "Why don't you take the money?" ask- you are qualified to 11 so eminent a post." Sixth Circuit Court of the United States
E. CA R ed engineer sooner than part with a clear- ed the clerk. "That is just -ny opInion," replied the food a true bill for piracy against Captain
108 Da:es sum Drays needed handicatesman, alf you please, sir, 1 am not a beggar," Doctor, "bu what, sir, is the use of you J. Egbert Farnham, accusedof being con.

Apri17-1860, One needote is well anthentbated.- said George; "I only want to enro some- and I sorting up our opialous in opposition corned in thelanding of African negroaby
N RO GERO so wasaeme massootor, the n me thing s ear s, name,-: esses me." to aman the venever.
110352 RADISH O't have heard, bus have forgetton. In walk- "You are a noble little fatow," said the The brader smiled and their friendship Savanndh Repress, 10th.
(BENE T' SCORNER ) O Yi 1Ntifati, ;:1 ing through the works he met with the senior clerk. "We give you the money not was should forever. How very true and
.LS on handeveryleading Brandof the day saneed Salmon, pickled Salmon, Mackerel, Her- principal, who, finding him well-versed in because we think you a beggar, but because forcible God's word, "Asoft answer turneth Where did Noah strike the first nail in
Gi him a called ex:::aine for) ourselves run,8Gelatine. E. CARE, the subject and taking him for.a practical we like your spirit.----Such aboy as put will away wrath.--"Wzszzax WArcux. a. the ark ? On the heaf


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........ RE'l=ATJOW OF THE (10lSSITUDESATTEN- dwellings. apiece. Th
uka, n., 0 '.edigg",tfig,.GovernorDatI[oritando de$ofoinan churcheddit olnplain
for tje '84 iti rnp't to conquer.Flo*rj.1a. in which isset used say mass. Th Bant
lli"eco veaub. forth who be'ass, and alic 414 are others of the order of Saint "
yce( ( the / gl\\hly ontainiq sense secourst of 'the friars though well de
pecuttati and di:er=iries.of use country the country is rich. T
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.. [Coatened] which a 1.69 niquupta
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Jo' wh hi p ople left Spain.golgag to rd ew, see ( su-u,
CJngries ad afte ord arrhad-in the sAu- selves be se ...ft
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9 10 .the year-faQ thdtisin-ud ,frtiderstant
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f Christians, which
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try touqbout thronglf the pio a Rd near the begeh upon a very bigh 8 unt
exertinn tI titm he a dued and made by nand for fifence, and as the other
r..3need ..11 all ,the people of end ofthe town a Resuple on the .top of
Cuba. me after when Diego whighwas perched a wobden fowl with
V<-lazqu nt to conquer the: Island gil.1, crea and within .were found samp
whence made the discover of Ngy 4.eals ruall vt.'lue injixted- by the ench:
Spainib marrthen sinong txe Indians :.s1Inc alonep reefor beirdsand '"'"8
brought En. te/<.herline.-and put them. 1.0 near uLout eck and wrist.sesteem-
noder (11 ule of that 'Gpvertfor. One ,ing them muel The houses were of tim:
half of to troops rbuisined a Espiritu, br-rand cos'ergd .wnh p'(ho leaves. TIid
.Santo 'a 1 the rest went 'pe'twenty I.iever lo..14cd in fhe house of the
k:.gues1 Trined.,d a town of bl'tees ( Chief' wab him Vasco forgaeg a"
tuniv is use hold wli nee they trair Luis de las:uso; so others that were '
to IT:Evals a dilith ce ..,f els hly le., 9 rin. inidird lbe totin was lod:*ed ttie..Ll-
witho atokn and .rcived in the e di caWe myf B:ilu-ar Je G:.110gos-dwhere
M:1sek 'hey found the Ocuernorfthere prose gart'the pro ions brotf@hr in the

.. ii 10[ th no so Ill at t tes a Th 1- f '0 la us. sales h tF
.Juand...h -de 0 eson,(ff qunseespigre-.$be b or what,- they b .-cJ. The ground'nbout
..t Floa...ks, am e were brought- t 11..s **1.1 fenny and enou.ubered with great
Jium taken up...n the e.:.est, Eu casey ee und higy nees. Tht Governor ordered
,,f all) h; -7 mu es:ause of the'neceity th. words*6to be felled -opeasbow. (
slerythe .gs put. esawl interpretuss 39 I.=0- wound the ptice abat use horses ofig
zeause thou -aid y*p' fa th:sta there was, touch p...l.1 is Flyri..l., e Godrndr nod the Induus if they -shtenid neagan agack
:.11 the ecihapany wtre rejoked an uight. In th.-paheandat proper pW' te
longed for th. L.:.ur < dep,"Iture that Inu.: utipelsoffoot solders were set incout e thodst be the richestot of who ,watched .by upgdthgorgypgg

The, follow" cobrespo epes taken
frpt he Pensacola Ol.,werver, "shown
oetivoy and usinesses ity of na . Our ryders. Av bein reste3
-inthe factagelative tu the buiberan boy,
.* g ,, ".8 CUAviron, Moreb23,186t).
Prot'e or .1. Builse, Super,94rd
.7 the >S. Coast Surve *
-. DEA Perful use lu t.r
.=ntle to th spediency ofie. mip
,the bar pnd per hurtfor'd Po a
works Which has armacted .ublif4 4
floni .11.0 ro< -nt esence, e r 0
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in a da rrington' el*
shared, or their persaggl prefere for
Non-thqn parts, tin- Man e in the first of
our- heavy stemn tripres 1 ich bus esosse'ds



I'TE, Pl

a End lif-in this world 4...worse would he the test, is the To eyt, ve 01 Cuba anJ men: those of the her e were Andre' Je l
gavel.hentin that to e..roe, whi.h car ed runsitseuturecoursewestwardivu'.dustance Vascendel6s' fedroC.Ikleron pnd abetwo
them looks:r theirporposereturn agroobe- of sidy leagues. *4 Chden'c dience. AN..15co bore the r..y..l heense at exclu- Allons.o Rousol natives also of B:ldsjor; o
011.1PTER VI. Of how the Avernor, trade with the ,inhabit- 1.1.os (the but were Francisco Mai.Ianad.' e
9ept Duu's Yenbel will, the shapi" fr.;.ul ants.?f Florida. The-re.:,vJ qi n is in the ,,fSa umane* J Juan H.:..Ligue-z Lot.ilh:..
uti..go to Havous while .ho with .dosue,-f aredrives of Indias ovS.,yralles sn the volu a White- we w...e..inghts t...wn of Ueiu the
he people weddither by and emilled Libro d 10r Flue-rela J.: .0 Indians which 30 de An'.sado L'J taken
rp,. 9 e*-non- sent Dou Carlos with the 1.2ct.,rus ,a; .00;,,,.*, deale d on.'o ,,0 that co1st, and se Governes Jaud-alyug
a 8, in air.pan.y v.ith Don'a Ys..bel to leasta c/ de 1.1.75; of whi. ha trau--1 nou with him for quidened interlietoritbrougli i
/ v for inu at*H:avana, a post in the into Engli b is given at tha and of thy eastern end of tWe Islaiid one hundred and rohuue. ( charge ofthem got. wsay ope night on
eighty leagues, frohi had ago. He and 0 which geounf'th 4.'ervanor -its- 19010 as s
those theiremained havin bought horse( The King. a every one else fel cry wrcy, for some ex-
set out on ?heir journey an at the eqdof Toas muchastholion thy part uan scursions hadmiready been. made and no
.nt .tive.Icagin e .:.xu.o to the first town, An'ascoour Comptroller of the Plu alice of Indians could be takgw as the country way
,.n '([,,....,,.,3 1,3god as they came Florida, the Government whereof hav of a [ sales Of four and six: Dothing d te Cadpiaintilernand de 0- 11igh and thfek woods. "
1 z .&ru roailunenteother tlI e thou be pershitted to trailic with The In Ot)IIIlliuldcatiolls,
governor went.callingup'on town after town dians of the Province notwithstandiD UtiderifOod,.that our decision tem-
ashep1ssSd assessing I,:-, . a d the labor use 1, the Indislana. xopar; A present udso lies see and "Religions of the World &c ", which has 1

the G aj me..armall J 'P' jor thgerm an empower thee so long as in that Produle ofoupied so mu..11 of pur space for .ibe last,
strous alli ors a it somet mes do ha we shall not he paid he dities ofilino ar- (wd months, has not lieen ,}iftisfixctory to
to the Indians and ahimedsin eco- irig. In ifadgo to bargain,.contract and traffic with all tl44 parties. Printerip pan no more
all the couarry there are no wolves, foxpsy el lausttheadeo as e el work without pay than can, anyopher clas
twars, lion near tigers: there are dogs which thing(of those our kingdoms as of those of laborers. A general News-paper .liki sun w the houses into the gliioli in that country may be.produced pr ours"eannot be es(..xted lobe en:grosse*d by

n3 sat =0 the swiiner thdroe exist there, ppsorving in respectfbereofdthe any one olass of commithi.cations, whatevE,
thicken but they arovery du .ish Mid do ordinances that are or may b senate maybe their interest to- se writers anda
no kind of injury.,, Froat that top to I ett ato er tho xt ut TI e portion of our readers. Others are also to
Puerto -Principe there ard fifty leapps. said can a treat or contract wi(h out be grat:Ile*.1, or oftr subspription onT ad<
The roads throughout ihe Ishrud are stado 9 d tl d li Id 6w 1, 1141
I'y outtiqg-out the nodergrotw which if exchequer directly or ini iree y us thing st won gr ..a.nitu .
neglected to be gone osal tifough only for penalty of forfeiture of out. avor a" These suggestions are not 1044:, bureaus
a single year the shritbs Epring up in such yggr ods 9 td t a di Theofouou we are unwilling- to admit further discus
manner thavthe ways. disappear; and so day of the recath ef May of one thousand sion on thissubjoet., On the codtrary,.we
numerous likewise are the paths made by five hundred and thirty seven years, hasg ever been glad to receive them as our
the cattle that no oire can travel without an ,1'iflE KING. colunrho ppon theat clarly e < Still it
Indian of the cowatry fop a guide, overy- left H n .
where being high'aird thi -L- y:.....ds 71. -n > 1 bid]lpw 1 eof what ao or id only fairthat our convenietied ig thyp
Puerto Principe the Gur, rn..r w.:..t an a itt rs took place 3 matter ould receive little considecen.far
canoe by sea to the estate of Vasco Porcul- G d in a discussion of some two months s;tand-
, 10 near the <....-1 to 1ear newy of Don'a Before our departure the governor e in and which to all appearance is just
Ysabel @agat the time alth..u.G. not thou proved Abuito de Toyar of the rapk of Cadp no B It nest the tece t onett
known was to a eit satiat of distress, the tain-general, strid gave it to Parea o e op g. y q 8 gos p
ships having parted company, two of them Figuerta a resident 4f .Optia, xtidel way (tist week appears to-day, .and inreafte"
r were driven so right ot the coast of Fldi. the occasion of the te-osh 1.0 ag we 1 pro- \ve shall admit diese communreations from
da and all satlealog 11..< I b.k of exter and visioned he giving g/4t: 10 any %.;gs arid week t.i week, tpkilig the liberty of subsistence. The storm over mad (10 res. loads of catage rgad. This #ss done b4- om then> when erroumstatoes require it.
i seKs come together ifot knowitig whigre they cause Naul de.'levar had falled in love P PE
y had beeti tpssed Cape Agn Antonio was dd- ivith- thg n itht..c ef .the Governor of t Green Corn.
f serge1 pitunphabned paitofthe Idla dbt Gomera Do L.4,..I's waiting maid, litad We we're brought, on iflotday last, a
('uba where they wathied and at the e'nd thenet, 54 h-, I b. t his place yet to return
r pf forty days from the time of their depay. to 5.?..' favour for she has with child hy p -ciden pf green corn 3 enou for
t ture from Sapthigo they arrived at Havana. Lim he took her to wifeind went t'o Plort eatin- 11 :-a-s..M. i the, garden of
e Thy Governor was preder.,tly informedand da. P...a's Isabel remained, and unth h..-' fr. Westalli this (.'ity, and we are glad
l hastened to meet D...u:. Yeabol. The the wife ent D.,u C:.11...-, of Baltasar de Gal- to learn, that this garden has been under
e troops that went by lahd, one hundred and legos and:0f Nou'u 4.: Toyal:; (di.)e Gov tihe care of his rk how, John W. Willard
fifty mousited men in number were divi- ernorleft-as his heatenant dsMr the I and 9 >
g ded into two squadrons not to bear heavily Juay de Rojas a fidalgo gf Haratta. and that such speess hqp attended) his ef-
e upon the Islandeis and marched to Sante- Og.:Sunday the,18th &ty of May ha the forts as to be first its the distrket with his
e spli*itus sixty leagues from l uerto Princi'pe. year 1559 the Adelintado sailed from }To- mutton eprix.. We wish move sof our young
h The virtual they carried gas the pa'cabe vana (vith a fleet of nine vessels, five of men Id be stimulated to simihc eien tiou.
g bread I have spoken of the nature of behich them ships, two earardy, 170 pt.1,a- es' We would sa tb 4 is young gentleumay
16 such that it directly dissolves Trom and r. 0 men..da ->. wab a ,} syrable wind. 7
r nioisture whence it happened thatlioque ate On the 25thoTtise tac.uth, being the fosti. th:d, all through life, industry will reap a
ment; ,without bread many d-1yd$ TI ey 111.ul Epiritu Santo, use land we .ia, rich reward. -It is the sure pithway to
e ok dogs with them MS. 0 man of thip and because of the shoals unch.:.r tu coarja.reute apd hobor, to Lesilth ,and hap-
isntrywho-huntedas"flayjourneyedand lengye from the shore. On Feb the piness.
Whed the hogki at inight where the y stop. 30th the army latid 4p lurid I two
5 ped found further necessary for provisia leagues from the town of an Indian chief '110 .-MI'. WaHory.
so that the supp.y was abund* fit. both of mined Ucita Two hundred and thirteen" The < Olderper he s the. following-A
f beef and jaosit. 2he /ou immense an- horses were set on shpre to the eq.d oflin- in
s noyance front mosquitos, particularly ina burthening the ships that they should t..kgg-up.1.igdispatoly qunoquges the the act
s IAecallpathebe. of Piaulsichtheybaal drawthelesswatorthe seamen only re- to increase. re pay of theofficereof the
f x-meb adb fu aranciatig betreenwridday arrid. usuirring on board who tiding theap 397. mayygp phased (Le Seute. Tardyjustice,
dark,.'t being more tican galf a kague over every afy a little with the tide at the end says as excin.nge. We, think so too.
e full half a briesbut of the dinance swim- of eight, Jays brahglit them near' pq the a hi .
t mapp and all use re- pthe way 'thd water town. So.soon as the people were coine to 'his is th 11 Introdneed by ,our. dis-
k wastdeep hating son the bottown laudtheeatupownspitehed atheseaqide tinguished- Senator. Mr. Blall#y, and
thatoixt the f<-er sadly for not a boot nor a niglithe bay which goes up clue 4 the managed by him wi h masthfabilijy. ,
hoe dole had been left tire at half-way toted Presently tbo CIptaid-general' Vaeo We have been a close a rder ofthe-pr
a he clothi nd sad were floated over Pareallu taking icyon Edisemen with him coedings of the present Congress, land we
t n baskets of palm. 1s tilise the in- beat up the country half alongue a t, and
e 4 settled on them ere exposgid >thei discover six Indiatia Who tried esist, are proud to say, truthfully; that no moni-
f bT& i-aising lumps that truarted keen@ im with ~ arrows, the weapons whiel, ber of it has borne himself with more digni-
e when a single blow with the hand killed they are stomed*to use. '.(h horse- ty 4tid ability than he has. He stood by
d so many thit thb blood would run over the meil killed wo of them, and the four oth- the tilde of Gen. dyif ofMississippi, in
armsandbody. There was little restai, briescapedthe country being abstructed so npt, of the furthebenefitofrbe
y night as happened also afterwards it likt b) bushes and ponds in which )he horses
e tines and places. They came to Espiritu bogged sad 611 with their riders of Weak- widows whose husbands havaggilen whilst
d Santo a town of thirty houses near which fless froin the 'voyage. At night 4he engaged in the military, service of the
e passes a little riv6r' "the grounds ard Governor with a hundred men ,in 'the country.' He has made able spe2chas upon
h very fertil and pleasant abundant in good pinnaces came upon a town des ed, -for all.the leading topiesthat havesheen discus.
g oranges, citrons and native fitties. There as soon as the Christikns; a ed in sed by that enlightened bod .
s is a boispital for the poor, the "ouly one in sight? ofland they weyk deparie and ma- e is en d' th d dut
d the Island. ?L'hey say it was once the ny smokes were seen to fise all along on q, gage in e ar nous y,
a largest of all the towus; and that before the the coast which die 'Iriditsus maho to with every [* put of a acess, of enginear-
s Obristiansease into the country a'ship warn eachother. 'Thi next, day nis in brough CongressWith.the:askistance
h gailitig= along the edast had in lier if iregy (q .1 master' of he earn set o s colleagues of an' izidemility bill to
e lifok rump who begged to be set on shprb the ine r: the horsemen heeputh meet all ye demands of our State agulust,
which theilaptain directly ordered to be there a the vanguard, botallion ifle Geo'eral Government.. Wegee ed, a
s done and the vessel hepton her way. They inic1 ren d -thhs they ingrghed short tiate since, a letter from'lln dk-Con-
s finding him where he had4been put, on that day an a 6 co assing 'great grassuu(n of Tennessee, on a visit
e that -share' which had never yet creeks which run u on th y an oth tdWilshington, in which he said, "Flo da
g been hunted by Christians, carried him the first of June be Trinity unda ai'- ought to feel road of Mallory. He a a
e home and took care of him until -lie was rived at the town of Oeita wheree th'e pre-em2nentlyhigh here' bodies shellator
e well. 4 The Chief of ihe town are him a Governor was. The town wg of sevenor and asama .

a t

ists circurriustinu& may 1 used by untal
livers up continue or ea-ite pr dice .
d:siust theporr,1Joubt not.tlicoxp (pa
i .a re essitination by some one.geur
xecilent coupsuf cars. Utilr
- 'our sure a the huntediate vicinity
.pul.achind.-have resulted in devqk.p ng
go exama.ence of Inr e emer. navigalo
:so lined than #cre beful nown, and feel
ng a II crest 16 thesubjbel, I will
.kliked to yA for the ea lic.--t is rmatr
y..,u can stiard me as (2 the a and
ucce s of your wbrk there.
Very rd pecunilyyoui-ob'tseryant,#

Co.Ls'r t any Orace. FLrreh 21, 180). .
FAar .9,< -As requested in your letter
of 3 1, 1 1 .Le d rCled a re surley 14

insgitetibus having been sets to Lieu
Consu outlia. T 8.Plglpsf agrgy wi you lu~ too to
tause of the objou lo- tigned, and if
e. \ ve it '.ac Com-

of use surve I sh.11 an i leMlon
from 1 sus, a nasset!,-:- lady. 'The pi-..Ii2
an.ary obset of Pup.4.rl 1. I'por put.lish
by the O'oast Visrify ju I 30, does not, I

p, ., so thr..i use.e is had
thereityxust-liave it ned inee th.- grey.
..4 inaile in iti9
100 th::11 El idfor.ncal as a irly 6 an
of the results the surve so a
chiA.I. the co letiuu ul'wbehab. 0
--- flied to Lieu 'i-4. 4ts.1x ('np n
(pe at ,an CI it**e.. -'t
energy o00.5 l., no are shown i.r
P.nshing forward his season's rk'ji-, so -
surance that he will isot thil xa 0.9 S
111 thi Las lice'n desired of.,1;im. ine'n.:- v
chanel inito St. George's Sound,:1pal
chicola, gives, as you 39,1.1 train n, a -
ditioti:J ironortance to his walk.
Yours, respectfully and truly,
(Signed) A. D. BACHE.
Hon. 8. R. Mall ry, U. S. Senate.
Democrat St.a.ty convention
The Floridian, Skys: .ineteen con
ti-. .repI..aemed in persorbr by pro.r
caug ma the me ing was 0.11
on t =: single pqrp..,-e pointine d -
gates to Charlestos, th sa vesy g
representation? In at rrespects, rho
situblage was one of the best, on the a-c
0 intelligence an& ability, t ut, wo...b.1
ever seen couveyed in FlogiclB
Tlk. ijursticn up to the nuarb<*r of -tiolo-
gates to be chosen elicited up at .neteel an/L dable, in'which Meard. White
hel..I of Jelleson, Grphaul of Lefy, Villa
pigue of Leon, Gorrie of Fr ank lin, AV
ward of L.:-.o, White of G: Ogibra
eon, Steele of, Day on a kbiltof, Du-
val, r(i M ily Dell
Amn an D. 1 Owyon ofsLeon -
Launay of Hillsb roughWuyes of TV
udothe aneipaetl. Thedipupiloq
ugh'P:s delengthy, was ocention-
d '..Iieve< e(ses or hauio widels
IcelStiq Convou usagpa pleasay e.-
Thtspee<.Ines war ble on both
The delegates n ui.nted are six in num-
herwiththeir alternalogp-two from the
St rce, ar, largeand faullous the body of .
the St.ate, asTaliqws:- .
From t-'re State a arge-Bon. T. I
E.ppos of Frankh ornate, Jos John
,Esq.," eon.. B. Ps< lard,
Mad algrnate, E.
rson son,
Frorrr the, .--Gou.
hn Mil of -J in-alternat '
U. C. Younge of Escambia. C. E .
of rson. James 011' Oyins. -
nate, M:ija Geo.
o Bowne, Es -
altero-ste Capt. Jan., M- ". il
borough. 4 id .
No preference for ends as yan
sedy-the g' ve-ntagn, but*ifis. SenaldPHudor is the fly dboic
the delegates, who will vot qpit, a
Charlesthn.* .
a Convention to nomi te ris.
torial and Cougressional ca idst
meet, at Clulucy on the second Alonde
June. ,- at

Steamer st.a., *
.Capt. Bon'etter, t armer popul
1-known commander of the Eve
has taken cha of the" ve fine at
His nu "frie do will-be delight do
learn that en iquin at the helm.-E

Ifwith re EYe ulandif2gibe
trulyserstobesounded a many,,char es
ofaitillei-j-to be fire). Will@ta' -able
winal they sailed four days, when 1 k*@
the caluse s:00tinuing eight clays wi such
a rging son that the ships psade up ,hea=.P
way. The lifteeith'day alter 4,nr Jepart-
uro we enue to Consera-one of the Cana-
ries on Easter Sunday in lbe marging The
Governor of thaC Island was appa-relkd nil
in white,,cleak, justin, base, flaues and
cap so that he looked like a goverus:.r of
Gypsies. Has received he Adehntarlo
.with mueb pleasure lod pug bina weII and
obe rest gey of coat: oud they got abuo
liant returns of provisioitfor their monoy,
bread, wine, audeseat. They brunghtott
we needed 19 i < f er obth

, argival, th'ey 1 the r depa ture. "iVthe
wife of the Adelanted the Governor give a
bastard daughter of he to be her waitinR

Cat 1 y oratiqutee ( inb
the Antilles. Directly a lentlanta of
the town kent to theleasid4 0 spleWed roar
torse well cap*ar oned f ,r the.Odvernor to

id:-eland a mubs for h is' s so as thil
time near to receivu Wu at the land-
@ga 110 was well JuJp.J, attensive :
tod at cl iery.:cl lay all the citizens. Qm
as #'re furuded t*;* nil without cost.
Those who wished to gointo -the country
were divide.t hito isquads of four and six
perseas altiong the tfarmbopses, according
to the several ability of the owners who
provided there with fopd.
Cu.wren. 7, Of the inhabitants there
di*e in the city of Santi go and other powns
of the Island, the character of the soil and
of the fruits.
TIgh City of Santingo consists of about
eighty spithibis'tind tell codtfived dwel
lings. Some are built of stone and lime
covered with tiles: the ...*e.J.:r part have the
sidea ofboard with roof-, ...t dried grass
re are large country sealis, Whd on theizi
Many trbes differing float thosef 8 aln
T he figtrees bear fruit as big as thy fiqt
yellow'wistile ap4 of little flavor: abothe
tree I'las a delicious fruit called anarie the
shape and size of a small pineapple, the
skin of which being takes off the pulp ap
pears like a piece of enrd. Do the farm
aboutin thecomintry are?.ther pikestarger ...
Very agreal..le and high flavor pr...duced
on low trees that look like the ake. Analbe
treeyipids a fruit called multi, the size a
a peachwhich the islanders esteem anor
than any.oggr in the coun:Iy. Thq guaya
f -ba isis the form as filbert and is the siz
f of 4 fig. There is a tree which is a stalk
without any brazich, the flight of 1:sue
each. leaf the length .of a javelin th
fruit of the size andforiti of a cucumber th
bunch b'aving twenty or thirty with: wilic
the tree as they grow keeps on bendiu
t more and more ..they are called plan
tanos in that country, .are of- good flavo
and ivill ripen after they.are gisthered, al
though they are better when they matur
s onthe tre7e. The stalks bear fruit 1,
once when they are cut.down saiti ot}
t whigh spring up at the butt beai imit
s ming year. There is another it cal
d balau the subsistenqq of a titude o
e people, prideipali'v slives, which now grow
o inchelsL.udefi'eremrabelonging tothi
e Kingitam"of Portugal. Tric produced i
d the earth anddooks lik4 the phanze hav
ID@ Dead thO' *I 0 'e Lud, Th
d.Rib.ed of rue counts is ade I a i*db
s thafloulis like the batata te stal
d, from which'islikelddere The any,
e planting is prgppred in hillocks to
d of which is kill four or five stalks and
year and a half after ihey have been
e the estp is fit to lie dirg.. Shoiild anyon
u mistake the root for batain ind. eat any o
y it he isin imininent dqtiger as experience
h has shown in the case of a soldier who die
instantly from swallowing a very little
The roota being'peeled and crushed the
are squeezed in abort 1st press: thE Juge
thatilowahasan offensive smell: the brea
isof little taste and leiss nodightnent. Th
y fruits ff Spain are figs and oringes whic
are produced the year ionud t he soil bein
l- spery rath and tertil.. There are numerous
cattle in the cod'ntry and horses which fin
fresh grass at all seasons Froff the m
e nywild. cows and bogs the iphabitant
everywhere are abundantly supplied wit
meat. Oghof the towns wild over ,ttl
country are many fruits, and as it some
times happens wheat a Christiap misses hi
way and is lost for Afteen or tweisty day
because of the many paths through th
e thick woods made by the herds traversin
4 and fro he will live on fruit and th
wild cabbage, there being mapy and larg

S.m*on.',As soon, the nortitor roaches
the shores of Flor" we' oubt not hi
jh L FUT 001.
sto a tree
selves s to compare thi
accon go to graphically by
9,. '

U. S' t---Jildge McIntosh.
"wing noticq.ofthe a jouronto
o p by the press of other
ma univoidablyn crowded- out, of our
columes lis bek.* We Irisert it as pre
... e .. ,.n -
e U. 8 uti-iot Court for theMor(h-
gyn pistrici, f llorida, which has been in
session here the last two weeks, the Hon.
AlcQUEilgfMCINTOTH prdiding adjourned
moi(day night. The Jqdge proceeded to
,Jacksonville la dispose- of isoille cases so
admiralty,,. nating there and at Fer-
mandina. .
he cake folving the largest. a unt,
eththecow 6, thitt-of fau,.Coor'
fleisrietta 8 for'some forty.6ve
ousand dolk Beforg the merxis of
eca v.ere fb ly disclosed tb the jury
P : nZ t out of Court on 0
on tio'Ti. Mr,, David of
4 .. ,- .
allahassee represented (.he71tf., an ITon-
m. Law of Snnonab, 'aiid Mr. 'Papy,
---- Aftersiey Generalof .the State, the Deft.
The caseof the United States vs Heming
for embezzling and opening letter
yay .. do nob
ror's the est Oilice at Wal in Al u a
nty, tTo gd much intei*est. iq conse
gaence "of the yButh and appearance o
thea ded. }Ie was convicted and sen

tenced by thsCoul to a nominal fige arid
qiggyeare Imprisonment-an evidence t

L 01young LInd, iphe way of tradigressors is
badly ."
/ .d th
Judge phross, presx ca wi muc
digm ompt in hiedecisiotis, and evi
defatly armshi impartial justice. Helde
serirenjiecial credit for his faithful en
orcementof the criminal law against of
fenders. This is the move comakendable
and necessaryin a country as sparsely set
asis great portion of our State; fin
one to which there is such aq influx c
varied on, arid when the position o
omeffs is"notwell defined, and where
ty, morals and society are, t
ut, in a forming state. '
It is e ty to any community tp
it ero (Lb ulato
in Y 9 y reg rs,-y
ap profootion to their per
a ns If government arid
lawfai protection, acomfugnityi
thrOWD back upon its own right arm, in
which case, it seldom fails, that "migh
comes ilglR Justico'is r'e resented a
blind. Brit regulatory always see. A fre
as rdty be'unjust or t
baffer ig elfein it, is unaafe for th
to Ri spider'aMe a that catch an
wine a ad small ilies w great on
pass brought with impunity. The law
shouldbereo adininistered as as to affor
meet ike to the strowr and th
he he Iand small, the rich* an
poor 11 will reepect abd look to th
law as t >.ne safety. Judge McIriros
evif ptly intends to be no party to an
otbc intalstrati3u of the la for whic
as so wso a support all appro ure t.h t d ba
ton of th copto ot' he State. '
Boungestothe Ploridia Volan era,
,The Vion. Mr. Hawkins, hius recentl
v4foduced a bill into the House of Repre
aeutativep, granting bounty landifto A
diers engaged 1 4)ie-Indian wars of Flori
da, since the 8)diof Mayob,1856. Th
bill was referee@ (heDommittee on*Ptib
lic Lands. Its fixture fate, is of course an
Tif a
eers pl he Florida Peninse
si hr Railro oppany are now surveying th
ps:ppoinitioWto for the toad aghis place.--Pe



IL d



- 'I-

VE.a.rean-lauri:...t to-ank.:-utle.) SA3E
UEL R.PYLES, .,- st enudi.h 0.<'be..ffice of
afajor General of the2d 0 colon .1 FloridsMill-
t o, at clue next chai<.n

Ti ennaur-r' [1 su t

for COLONEL, of the 17th Regiment of Florida
Militia, cozirposing the CQunties of St. John &

Por gbutenapt colonel of the 17111
age The Friends of Capt. JACOB E. MICK-
LEit, announce him, as assuitable, Person to
till the Office of Lieutenant colonel for the 17th
Regiment, Flofida Militi1. '
For Capt;of Beat, No.117t)1Rdgiment.
g'The many Friends of G. A. PA-
CETTI, announce himasaspitable.Person
to fill the Oilice, of Capt. ,of Beat, No., 1 17th
tiegiment Florida Militia.
For colonel of the 17th Regiment.
WR., The many Friends of Capt. PAUL AR-
NAU, makounce him, as a suitable, Person to
fin the oilice, ofoolonel for the 17th Regiment,


STr'E::::irsi''lof:s"?" fo
of Administration upon one Estate of John W.
hicCrabb late of St. JohnsCotility deceased.
St. Augustine, March 10-1800.


Sio""it:?:\f: 14titers"'it's
county for a anal settlement, and for my dis-
en abas 0 re so Ta#0
Feb. 18. 1800. Admittistratrit*

ALL persons is debted to the Estate of Thos.
il< a n:1 e d ts t *eu
dursignit, talvi Olpersonshaving chtimsagainst-
a111 State, will present thent duly authentic>
tn ix\ n le are rCoribed by law, or this
Feb. 11 1860. 81v, Adininistratrix.


[.1RE two Story Stone house
who lot and kitchen &c., on
-.- Et. George Streat, occupied
by Wm. REYZ8, to whom opj.Hou.... may be
mad at clu vae nearly opposite. tf.


M. 8. PERRY '
March 24--1860. Secretary of State 4t.

A pair of spectacles were picked up e.).
at this office. The owner can have by
cal in anal is m for this advert setn n .

111181111 1(011t010 ('llal'leSIOR,


The .New an dS

ITOn Steamer

TLL le* ve Palatka every Monday b .1

oming a oI Ic, (manarson irojval so
e rs from time Wes(} arriving'in Savannah on

e nasnd 1= r. gle, connecting wnhdth he
R Ut d 11 G ,i nae e
that city, affowling tip t:-avelling .public
speedyandpleasant, trip.
.Tu ceeile will leave Charlestou regularly
every Saturday mormng at 9 o'clock, commdtro-
ing on the 81 islat., touslyng at Uenur-irt BTut-
ton, Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonni e, "and
all intermediate landingson the St. JohnsRirbr ,
to a 4t P latka-Teasdale & Reig
Je ek.soodlie-Biebee A Oiineve.
Savannah-$. P. Brooks.
Charleston---E Latitle .: Co
3 treh81-L60. Sm.

r I.Act use er, Note.and sea-
]J tionery.

Assons, e.... ... a
Aprill4-18(0. o

THIS Institution, will open on the First
denday in May next, and continue four
r.xx MEANS, 11. ., EPOf. of Chemistry and
s D.P1 ot oP ion Tesand
Hracticeof 31cdicizie,-.uln..neralP.eb.J..;;,.
W.v. ''. Wantantan, ;ii. n, P ...I....t la u.:.-.
pl0s and Pradtice of Surgery. .
D y and
g.."**[ Onlet an(101:ildrell.
J. G. WESTMORET AND, 11. ., FOR Of 11titeria
Medipat and Medial Jurisprudence.
al Anatomy conducted by the Prof. of

Clinical Instruction given as here tofore,

t al e t a J. ii. go a
Matriculation ticket (taken once only,) $6
Course of Lectures, 108
a emUng ticket (required onlyance,)
Go d Jioardean behadit $3 to$4 per week,
Far further information address.
ESP3I E8 ND, pen

Y Virtueof an Executi.,n to directed
And delivered I shall sell aspublie sale in
front ofthe Otturt Holise in the City of St Au-
gusting, on the 1st itionday of May 1860; all the
right title and interest which Jospph 8. Sadhez
1h da o 2 adite bi gass)u dlS
cled hall interesting 628 04-100 acres kpufirmed
to said Uni 10 Solana lying iti T. 8. It. 28.

April 7-1860, 7 SheriffSt. John Co.


Bushels Corn 150 Ilif5sforja100 Bag
ordost) 0 rfour 25 Bus Pork
Mare 2 1 B. E. CARR, ,




P Their/ 13 ol S.St GEO.EOGTHISd

AL of the En stern Division of the Florida
Melitia at the Ensuing Election in May next.
4 The friends of BENJAMIN E. DUPONT
announcothis nameag a esmFdate for B;igadie

. ( laal it 1or alloorto artft a ti etleercu
tion in May next.
-------------------- ---------------
ggy TIIEfriend(of Gen. J. M. COMMAN-
liER, of Marion County, announce him (18 acan-
didate for the otice of Najor General of the 2d
Division :.f U. v2.1, Mmil... pt the next detection,
---------- -------------- --- --------
ggy WE are authorized to announce ptain
1IVillult-i Ll'DWITII, of Daval County, as 1
candidate for the office ofB..o.:. 7.. General, of
thearigade, 0...4... ii.; she-;ei21cir-
cuit offloridn.;.

State Of 80thig.
a 5



1 VER 15 0%.

of this St so, pprc .ed December 22d, 1859,
T MADISON 8. PERl Y, Gogernor of Flo
do hereby order an election to be held on eu
firs mday in T nendt, for all theo er of
th ilitia ofttle Stateas Allows:
Fr one Major General of the First Division
of the State of Florida, composed of that part of
the State West of t Suwanaee River.
si fot etto lsaill mi 1 1 h
part ofthe State Edit of the Stawannae River
and known as East and Sou Plori.1a
..:For one Brigada-r Gener, f use First Bri-
gate, composed or rise Militia of the counties of
Escimbia, Sinia, 110, Holmes, We 6-
ington, Jacks F*I 1shn*nnd Canain.n. Secon I
1 1 etm se.lofilic-11silituo bet'outer.o

aylor, Aladinrn d- nflo JeBervan.
for cup Brigadier Gerneral of the Third ri-
j.aunpose of theu ligads oI'lthe ounNues
River, thehus nnd Newsan. .

,ratmp d si it a Y2
Divill, Clay, St. Johns Pdinam, OrangeBreward
l'...hasis, e-ampter and 2.0to#.
For one livig-idier Generalof the Fifth B:i-
sJ..-, ompose-1. r the Counties f Hernando,
HillsL.cugh. Man stee, Dad&and onroe.

oun ne Coloneell, onede4mtenT Colonel, and
For the1st Regiment, composed of the4Egin
of Escambia county. -, 't
For the 2nd Regnaent, composed offe Milit-.
tia of Santa Rosa county. L .
For the 3rd Regiment. ComposedalI all-
.tial* r 4% Teng ut, composed of she XTALa
of Washington and Holmes counties.
of Pronklin and Callioun counties.
Forthe 6th Regiment. comprised of theMilth
of e un ment, composedef she. gilin.
of Gadsden and Liberty counties.
For the 8th-Regiment, coniposedoftheMilitia 4,

ofF fst Regiment, composed oribe Minia
of Wakulla county.
For the l0th Regiment, composed of the Militti
Jefferson county.
For thellth Regiment, composed of the Mili-
thaF t3hlad Teag en, oL o i
tia ofHamiton county. 4.

For the 15th Regiment, composedaf theMili-
tia of Nassau county.
prthe 16th Regiment, composieburthe Milk
to of Cle3r and Duval counties,
-ti/oof t Jo a $sof the Mili-
27:; -ws.,om.,
t arro county.
tx holeths i at, can eduodraldapt
For the 20thRegiment, composed of the Mili-
tiaof Levy, Hernando, Ilil1shortingh and Alana-
teedptnh at Regiment, composed of The Mili-
tia ofDadeand Monroe counties.

SeFordoneCaptain, eFirstLieuteuntta oe -
every county of the State.
ap ie/tuhde coes o pe bre8rae .. i
said election, and make returns of the a me, in
the manner prescribed by said Act of the Gener-
glAssemb ; approved Decemb 22d, r5eto set
my hand and enumed tobe affixed the .
[L. S.] Great Seal of rhe State of Florola.-
J)one at the Caparol, in the city of
Gibah18nee, thiS 7th dBy Of March,


tional Demooratic Convention.
a so sros, April 24, A. SI --AI..... Coal@
, .g. of yes., was recome. .:-:.1 is the
mittee lail night for ,permpent President
1< v 0< assisdelegition will bead"

-1. .
hequeseon heretex'eirce to the doubledele-
on r, .ru :Je York is unsettled.
he s.l., all;, About the Georgia delegation
lso unadjusted,
he Southern delegates had a meeting Inst
t, when, it isanderstood., they determined
tain the Senate caneus resolutions
o .a..... debate to-day is .2nis-:quare
it LRLE STOp{ A).ral "'}ll,, P. M.-The Conven
as b...;n per...anent,- organized by ec-
ifon. CalebCushingPresidentgiththirty-
-a Vice Presidouts and thirty-three Secreta-

..ur.131-:.1 i amending the
s so as to give each plelegate the rivileg
otilig as he pleased. The reason urged in
., ... 1... antended rule was 11.,2! .. r .1;1sle
(on., re nnity.gso e.rade 1,\ rise feelsh:.n <.
"' a 1. 0 .e am3deu"Yub: w 'ry)...t.e...

r. Cushitg's address on the chair was im-
ssly patriotic and opuservative. Evqry

gRisteizedwith tears at his eloquent refer.
e to thopart.riots...I n.q, 2.*, and his allusion
he words on the scroll? irr the hands of the
tue of Calhoun, Truth, Justice and the Con-
ution,"' .1.0.. va-r assembly.
he 0...& ran. ,, aa ..ce orderly to-day than

POreign NOWS, -
The insurrection has spreading in Sicily.
Thereghad been arebellioninNaples.
e rebels occupied a convent, which the
al troops carried by assault, capturing
e robb1 force"
In Spain, great efforts were making to
pture Count Montemolin and his brother.
The French and other constitutional
urnals accuse the English Parliament
th favoring the recent Carlist rebellion.
The Paris journal charge the late Span-
k outbreaks to account of England.
Garibaldi had taken his seat in the
rdinian Canates of Deputies.
In Hon there had been a great anti-
ustrian demonstration at Cyplot on the oc-
sion of the funeral ofa student who was
lled by the police. Six thousand person
lloived.the corpse to the grave. The po-
o interford and onllsor1much disorder.
Goo. ORoya and throo persons of the
ghest rank were arrested.
,Other in.;....t not olitical butbreake ha
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( 4

Maniuun, on the 23rd ult., by Rord. Mr. B
The Editor of the Examiner. is too suscept -
ototheiilfluence ofthegood things of life
otto return his kindest wishes for such gener-
us remembr'ace as to must acknowledge fro4
e happy couple.


--- -- -
It mar' so on I extended Ana els GatilOlio 'BeneVolent SOOiety
given 14 the Protealknt to the Oath-. This truly charitable Institution, celo-
olio w- ths brated their Fifth. Anniversary, last Satur-
First.,ob C.sthell and P40stant writys; day. At half pask Eleven A. 31. all the
he (r-<-ty hot 11ro Inve-le."I-a large non- illembays, in thoCity, assembled in their C
ber of a which abould be on the diet meeting Room and at half past or ice, apse
of protE red meal. P. M. they formed in procession; on.} par:1.1- .Co

() li Ians its throughh, of 1
8% onli
tial jn-1 e. 6 hin :- a e can there thrPoane ..e...nd rate learned ranza, where they partook of a.Sumptuou% gat
ine-a. if I.baji,44nog cre, we do up de- Dinner, that hall been prepared, for the T
Ave rgpe. b. Secondly we were occasion by the CobruittAe of u us. is a
1 or e'lo dl the en- T
mic.*.then, 1st.) 0 z Digner being over,'the follow) Ig regu at 13
{.sh anal Iron populations of lose sys' sts were offord:
Ais-.ies'. Ty. .. Like-n it fion pl -Thy.Ly wooelebrate-mayourPosterity- s
ant writ \v\o have -00,. o to, the conclu- pt'eserve, inviolate the glorious cronts
san tigns th*..lics furnish bree and a which no brin us t..:e-ther. c
h it learne. manyeterate p:0tu I till.. IS President, by his corkrteops and tion
England, Serilat, Ireland 1.3.2* rJan:*: offablemsat.Es has wk the esteom of gli ting
878- Itlily I ,"flie to b 7,4,w thenshers... .
found in the history of th@Protestant The neinocy...Yelu.rabs.niD:-1.up.
Reformation by W. Cobbeft. Our Bander May the fair hands that rule
Secondly,; to our litatu argument by constructed it, never beforgotten, and at the of v
which we have proved, to the satisinction pr.,p.r (1 q.T b.: **"ll wo.r1:0. 1', 7
ofally e.*,17 011'> "'h.taq*,p endualled with." :.. I no of na.laughuseals:-they Wei ,is
e ungh lituitted codi(pari sense:,' hat tli dese tite thanks of the Society. .,
i amber of protestants in the work is ng : Our fifth aniverpary--organized Az D. M
so large as he pretends he gives no answer. 1855 ma we dive to see,. and celebr" 9 re
b tant, y p
He niust admit that to ga protest R' many more. eye
an hould Qbsptheti and belicye it\ di- The procession, was then called to order euc
no revalation. Now the most ignorantas and witha.Band of Mpsic paraded thrairch to t
he mostle rised can testify that hiptism sink Stroots and thonce, to their meeting sta
h art of sti
is neglected by protestants, in top Rain; where: tl ey dispersed.
the (qifiltr y where they live. on
'He s oaks oP christian converts.; We [COMMUNICATED.
Enow an c..dy.:by the rebu.kes and j ei-si of For Colonel otthe 17)h R.egiments.
bl e-is DJ th rougr< of the Capt. PAUL ARNAU*
. fu le pr 'I what is the To-day *Many voters" annountee' C11.>?
police and %xuatic asy uni' PAm. Anny, fy 0clonel of this Regiment. 16
.-har)..rer of the converts and of their ap- 1834 a Company has <.rpr.1.0.1 called "The T
ostle 's His little ourish about Til'.bl?"^ Florid6Independant Blues;'' Capt John Dr s- iroy
he-:then convoits, is qu to angusing he date with Lieutenants Arnau and Mickler Com th
.. -- .r::bably that 700,000 copies of the xpandod. Shortly after its organization, Capt.
e ntr. ,rdog versions of the bible have ,Drysdale T#:1s:iffppintotd is the'Army, and our ca
lautTales of tl em have re- hero was elected iii his stead; Ottpt Arnau corn-
be... .nue however manded this Corps, n ,l is c -1 n-,tle honor and o
mained an the so credit to himself and fellow Soldiers. The Cy't. 3
ma have been d rl. L., hireling ped- is a reforite Son of **Old st. Johns"- and well wi
among the a stive while Iniffile:r .,,,.,,,. an Putnam County, which composes this
fl watt in the office t't.r cong T ,;.user.1; and certainly the Captain will re- is
I bible endin but they see ceive the support of these Courities and be '
ht 17 Sigs a writer froll) eketed, 444 thin, wi pth pride, wil .say' Sa
fe liave already published HURRAH FOR COLARNA U, AND THE
... 0 China, we 9 1 SGDIENTHE COMMANDS!
r-of his letteg. Now. can a inan full AIANY VO'I'Ella. A
., 5,..: than th]s? yet a siligro sittisfact- -------+-------- ca
newor ke tweet ived" but he believes [FOR THE EXAMINER, ki
th 0 he>>adIup t L/-easons by insults Por Lieutenant Colonel. ofu
.In...Eyrs ---We send you the announce- lic

,al; (qug at the morality of I ca I (P te.Tacon Ei Mmium for the al ve
C tholic countrio Our oppancist states brief history of the Capttile's g:,11xqiry ,in thp hi
co. tidently that in Maglaindthere are only late Florida war.
sour murders per admit ...,ai eViry milliotJ. In 1800, he was appointsd' Adjutant of the oc
of inhabit:uiti', wifile in Frayce 'there are, Fo ida Mil a 14'Gen, Jesse Carter; whiche
anys ite, S in i 0 100, and lia Naples e.- i tell 200' this statefue it shoots to Live Gen \,. lb a stationed at Talup-a; so that
'intented to insult onlindiu countnes; usul'~ wholl the Adjutant's past was abolished, Gal,
der it, ihdeed asia wLich suppo as great I comis, comnuinding, held Mm in such high
lunu y others) a non a input, nil at once, essents that he was indediatel cuxployed as
trave the horrible courago < [ etedhin r his Paymaster Clayk.
}s tend @10 1.1. auther t bived, 110 must have In 1857, the Indians being still in their first-
1, ,s ,. .. a for it by the corumission of nesses, and it was so dillicult to get to their
otor alues, munior is takfu as the 1 hereabouts, the command of 45 Boatmen. was *
s:andard of the morality ut a people; accord- given him, He was ordered to-Ft. Kissinunce, A
ing to this rule,'Engrad wa stands the go proceed fedm"thence down the Kissimmee C
last and for beinv an other civilized na ...r, into Late Ogachabee; and with a de-
tio:1. ? tacl4mentofonehilfofhiscommand, captured b
A 2,-,,(n t ...t is..i.r b---ph Kay, 1 Inflihili, This gallage affair, are the Vol- n
trays !!.- 4 1,achelur of the 11faiversity of unteers hope, aid) theyhrent.into he held; con- o
Cumu'lifede., in a work in (170 vol. on the fident to sooix thirainate the Warp any in a few t
,e..-=lut on Oxfl1 'sbart months, with Capt. Mickler as Guide, the
Jk,3us e 's re' e a2t il proportion Indi as were so harassed, that they yielded to [
us I 11 till feater the proposition of Maj. Rector, in February
of criminals to popt ation, is gl 1858, to emigrate West. 'i
in the agricultural counties t in in urge The 4th Artillery then stationed at the dif-
tory t'u 1 their tool I H ferent Posts on the fi'ontier of this State, were
El no murder ordered to Kansas, and Capt. M. was 11..-1
-senate t et tr? for, it hr ebt cos tor r a LtheCr, xk'
4t Lerstrif pa-----. In end.n, L-le *
an .. a. -e*:r; me by .new 7.5---1. TYith this short sketch of the Captain's ca-
.44-.3,a of witnessino executions! reer, I will close. Certainly this is sufficientto
.n ezellapea, Louis#1ile Ky. 1855 show t'ast he has Military knowledge enough
for.rn-- poxtion above mentioned. Capt. MICK-
But there is a murder pi*,:uld to En- 11), vill make a good officer,-though yet
gland, a murdei- which is of tife deepest die young-he is the men.
d at sl ich.nature b horrified; .ir, is the MANY FRIENDS.
urder of the AL,/,... by fleeir own pa. -
rent-! "It is a contatoa practice says Mr. Pt.BrookeMilitary Reservation,

10acy among the more degraded class t do tem se vto uT n adno
their infants in burist clubs, and then to MpKay, by SenatorNallogy, on the subject of
Hugh their death eit by starvation, ill the disposhion to be made of thq Et. Brooke
Usage or poisou!' ibider 400 Seq. has the twilitary Ryervatrion.-The Sec'y of War has

i 1 L lisqu yo< ordered the usale of all movable property per-
1 ur.h re p rpnuuIn on everfluIllion oL if)- sto the military post at Tampa,^ after
] .bit-fut.4,. En laud must (16 we,'%$. least w ch sale the sittifill be turned over to the

it."t.1,.3,P t "'C're <::2 """" st'.& Int do Saud Ms eo
from the club. ('o.ul it'our writer open a will recommend the sale or donation to the city
subscri stionel:.-< among protesta till& .d-Tampa, of thegarrison lands.-Moreof the
as are par ,.;Insurag siful:ol, th abotidGists anon.-.Peninsular.
t> re-deem yogag victims from the
.9 bar urous haudsotghtir parks? It would Florida private Land Glaripts.
be more bruan on their part than to ape & A telegraphil'dispatph, dated washington,
their money in order to gyocurdit, e rain f April 8, gays; 'Cha Segate piagefthe bill for
Rhefouth, a the final settlement 'ofppirate layd clairns in
Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri.
TU C S. LI7.1.1Ti: OF FLORTi)A.-A gentles
loan spending othe winter and spring I ARMS OF FLORWA.-Ace-drding to
En bridawritestoafriendinBoston: oilicial statement, of the nuederor arms
I can strongly recommend the climate furnished to Florta since he; admissfon
of friday to your attentionas superior to into the Federal Union, she has reeel?54

It:rly in wts'nter; and;it is said to be cool in four equons; one thousand orie hundred
emagier from the boath-east trade win and one 81481 arms; and one hundred and
wlitub connuencey at, 9 A. M., daily ited twenty-one small arms are yet due and not
Ikeepsethe air .coder than Phil elphis or dell ered. The number wouhi arm about
New York." \p (ve men ill each country.

A LL personsinterestedintheEstateofAlferd
1.. McCrabb, deceased, or in the Estate of
John W. McCrabb, deceased, late of St. John ..
County, will take notice that I have filed a Pe-
1 to(d the Circadt C'otrrt o St. John Cou 7.
Estate of which said John W. McCrabb, died,
izlelj 4 2di f 0 0 T 1 1 .
E.andR.W (of Sec.. n.N.E.)ofSec.30 */ ,O
and E. Or ar)4W, J of S. TV }.of Sec. .p -
29 ofT. 11 ft. 14 in the County of See and

gh 3.0 1 Of Sec. 12 T. 17 B. E. 16 E. ill 0110 COunty of
fiel:11411(.10-anel you are severally cited to be
and ai>pear before the Cid .\.1 Court of the
County of St. Johns -on On 4th. Monday of
October next to answeiG d.b a

April 14-1860, 821.

BOARD OF COUNTY Co.111055J.>.vtRS, .9 .
Ta meeting of the Board MCounts C..mmis-
of St tu 0 set toCut 11. iljhe City -
"It was Resolved. lbu abo prendon of the ..
Boartibe, audis hero-1 y and .rizeal .. L ase the

r ,
th 10 01 June next, subjilot however to such -
,,, ,auwicondition; as the said Board
shallregitire; thq Lessee charge and receive
the following rates of To 1 so established by
the said Boar4Tor and during the said Term of
Years, and insure to, and be for the special
tenefit :.f the Lessee."
cr. .r riauthorized to be pharged for O
--lin man nud Horse-8 e'eats.
Horse and cart--6 cents.
"For 2 Wheeled Vehicle with 2 Horses 9 cents.
4 Wheeded Y.Alc i111.34 if. 1:3cents.
'" (ikttledriveninforMarketthesarnetoll.)
2 12*0 11 perneto key .ns of
the city (free.") gang For sale in St. Aupstisse by
4.7,. pgiggypg ,B. E. QARR>
Pres. Board can c>mqi ozrers April l4-1860.
P. S. The Conditions aqd obligation requir-
edi doartdcanbe lynown by application EGETABLES, Peas, Com, e. e.,
Apri114-1860. 2m. April14---1860. -

~TP~L~I~ ------ --- --- :

TO ta lt'fES

ESTABLISHED 112 1828 ,
T.H. Obitalliers. I'iano Manu-
pp 4
(Fongerly Dubuisk Stodart, and Dubois,
Ilfareroop o a. heafi e Housen
Cor. Stb Street & 4th AVennez.
Thisis reliable place to purchase. Orders
Sc e faithfull executed, and perfect satis-
E B.---Serid for a ci -n'.4, u-.el, description of
styles andschedule ofpraces:
lifarch01-1860. ?rt..

for Sale

\YTI.L Droken 311'I.E War ent 4
A s.... es ..,,.,, .
Marak31-1660. -

ARR I O .,tt per.
111150 Lazip Wick, Shads, bt r luced
prities also Fluid, Spa 0 Oil, Sperm r arlies
&co., for Sale at a 13. E G.LE:11'S.
March 31-lb X'

4 PORK, BEEF, TOSt, UKS, 1..111/? D ET-
? Cilf l'M. COR.1', II.1 Y,
0.1 TS syr. v.
For Sale at D C C.111R.

From Baltimore,

Bushes Clim 150 BagsCorn100 Bag
of Oats, 200 BblsFlour25 Bbls Pork
sit s2L ob300.Packages. B. E. CARg
ARDINES, Anchoves, Copres Olives,

oiferedec eTrade atlessdpriecsix an an oo h-
ofartic-'t ad r -u, ..
On there, it. ... dollar by mail, I >.ill
forwaratonuv addressa beaulitul s:qat Gold
Strides and Sleeve Unitons, or a No. 4 Gohl
L eket, or a Gold Stone or Seal Ring; For$:',
a Ladir s' Tim s.l P.n ul Enr Drops, either .
Cameo, Manal.:,, Gold Stone, or any
other styles; r C.:.r 5'. .4 silver, ojAn face
watch; or for $20, a Fine Gold Iluriting Case,
Lever Watch, warrauted to keeli good time; or
for $10, a Fine Gold Vert Chaih; or for SG. a
Fine Gold Neck Chain, as sanqiles of any of thy
goods. Young men out of employment could
not do better than invest a small sum in my
Jewelry, and dispose of it through the country.
5 ES:K. GLINES, Wholesale Jeweler, '

Apri(14-HG .OS Broadway, M *


For Sale at B. E. CARR'S.
March 31-1860.

#?081 BaltilROF0.
GeneralAssortmentofChoice Gro&eries at
chl a Oices for Cash. B. E. CARR.

yg g
TIO# T buneh Raisins, Citron, Currants


(Formly H. P ITEGRAAF,)
Wo, 87BOWalDRY.New York
This establishment ba sis stork s in height, and
extencis'412feellin'sughtoNo O",Chrialtiestre.:t,
making it one of the
in the W.m.--1.MI.ues. '
The care prep.nesi ro c.ITer grear k.Ine- ments;
to the Wholesale Trade, for Cash or Time.-
Their Sto k consistsin part, t>f
Mahogality, *
And Walnut
Alifo, CANE RD(1700# BEAT Work, all.quali-
in sets, from $22 to $100.
Jenny Lind and Extenston Post
Be t 5 endss
fi fee: wide, e pecially, for the Southern Trade.
Their facilities for manufacturing defy com-
No Goods Metailed on Time.
March10---1860 an.
freSh OFOderles.s

Terorpelved g fres'a supply of Family Gro-
at .15 ore.

8 0

1.290 68 4 86
833 1 00 13 00

300 87 29 00



The subscriber having taken the above well
known and ftivorite Hotel, would beg leave re-
spectfull) to inform the former patrons of the
House, as well as the traveling public, that he
a ci de a 2 re f ted t,
would also take occasion to assure them that
no effort willbe spared on the part of himself
or assidlance, to render thir sojourn at the
peasant and satisfixctory.
BOARD PER DAY, $1.60 ct. 15- Sm

exilitans storyi.

St. ,4 gusthie, Ph.

.4 >3
She ..a it.:.I. Ja.:1 -ma ill., Ms.) ag..... r-- 1-=--'-
Illity solicits his old friends and the public to
gi' o him 6 call. Hp will -always be found
ready to go L them ut his neital style.
Jan. 4.

-- 1 crT aT Floonidthes or
for the reception of Boarders
. This Hotel has recently beha
built and newly furnished. It is on tht East
0 ff ?? e:s?""oli alsnifolo
sigo de oi
SteAugustine every Thursday for ocoiand re-
turning leave Tocoi every Friday until the
Rail Road is completed-
Applicants for board will .1-. e.. .pply to
Dec. 10 1859. J. TV. '-0 lb, 'l... us 14.


Transient Boarders, $1 25 per day.
Single Rooms, attie, 4 50 per w'k.
Single Eooms, 2dStory, 6 50 "
Single and Double Rooms, with fire-places '
eligible situated, will be treated for.
Board, exclusive of rooms,400per w'k
!xtra Meals, 371 cents; Extra Fires '
25 cents.
aF Good fare and one uniform price.
Oct. 20,
rPo the Ph;p!cians of the Southern States.

naPCn I ,st111p%1ne ,ll o ad vith 1 i'el Ed
private use. The iminouse success that has
cCwnetimyet tr ex ru fair 4
Schiedam Schuapps, and to drive out of the
market the pernicious compound sold as Gin
throughout the country, led n any leading drug-,
o soft t a ci? nde 'ti un
course in regard to the article of Brandy. I
should have complied with these requests from
ali quarter long ago, but was deten ed from it
bydhe fda ,nt c net ice ite
ness of the gripe crop for some years, there
c re ance of ttleeij3nable to it jo
ate pric Fortuna ly for me, the grape c op

v 1811 onlhendantand ptrke ess rac

signmet is of the best Cograc Brandy, which I
am bottling and selling asWolfe's Genuine Co
gnac lirandy. Iguarantee with my seril, labels
an1 certhical bleridy so bottled by me,
as the pure, tal ad..a. a in .1 article, and it will
be found, when used as a medictu a

e S t ,t) ts < I
tured imitatioil. Of ill descriptions of ardent
spirits, Brandy, from its high price, hits been
the one article tha man-re sh'd fellers have
unpeal tl..:-ir attenri in, and n.u'sons of
iterse ...I tU.- e...-enika Fr eu.:12 Brandy have been
-enatural anon uty thougla the land, and besis
Leon 150 pm,.2.ry cause a murders, suicides
.eria noa not ..rknes, nod have sent tholia.m.i'
id 11. .-rely grare, self-destroyers, from delirung
tremens, mania-a-potugaud horrolk names un-
known, until unprincipled menaby,-m to junk<
n..rsh!.t-m: consp...unds andliell it a-- the qre
The virtues of pure French Brandy need 0...1,
he4told byme. They are known throughout
the world as a medicine or mild stimulant. It
I asithe F nchtgatitm oeticall ca it nu
to it only wheh pm'e and unadulterated. Man-
ufactured with thefearfulingredientsthat make
a good imitation, it becomes a death drink to
innocent tens of thousands of our race. To
remet ya fearful evil, I have commenced im.
porting handy, bottling it, axid selling it as
11'olfe's Genuine Capac Brandy." I am
daily receiving orders 11001 the drtiggists and
apothecaries in all parts of the Unioxi, to sell ic
foi- uredictil purposes.
No. 22 Beaver Street, Ndw York, -
l?@,,,Agents in New Orleans: E. J. Hart &
co., A. D. Gricif & Co., J. T. Mooi-e & Co.
Nov. 10 Sir


URTkliscla d from1Sch./udratiefrol
Apples, Potatoes, Ouions, Buckwheat, assorted
Crackers E. E. CARR.
Dec. It

Reliable oplers from the Trade by Mail or.
Telegraph, tilled, on applicatwn to
AUSTENS, Agents,
08 yegyl Wise.1, g. Y.
Kerosene ip 91so to be obtained at the Man-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale Druggists, Grocery, Campbene and Burn-
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealersin Lamps.
N. B.-KEROSENfl is the trade-

p 's is g>thec Ke osate a 'ns tes" td all
so dLtpu le-mark for other ods. 3m

TAKEN up andoommitted to jail
in St. Johns county as arnnaway
about 50 yeafs of ago, agellow.
ish complexion 5 feet 14 inches
high. Says his nauxe is Jack. He is clothed 01
l>1ue homespun pantdoons and a ragged *
cloth ycket. He says that howys last owned by
the pstate of Abraham liessent, deceased, of Du-
101 county. The owner is requested to come
Toward, pay expenses und icke La away-
A. D. HUGEho,
shrin St. Johns county.
"ny "S.

gree Call at the now Store under the Ma-
eonie Lodge opened by IIERTZ, if you
want cheap and prime articles in the Gro-
cory Line and other littleNick nacks.

ARINA, C 2 c('O e ons, Graham
Crackers, ango, Tapioca, Maccaroni, Yeast
Powders, Ilops, 80da, Cream Tartar.
Jan. 21. U. E. CAR R.
THE SUBSCRIBER keens constant
-. on hand, and for sale, liquors of the

B rr n ad isn
Sons' Family Whiskey PuroMonougahela Whis-
li 2 e n ice

ton's Litters, Orgest &c. &c.
Feb 5. C. BRAVO

(HOICE CLARET, Cider, Ale, Porter

COTTAGE ITE1 STisix c. .
OCKING Chairs, Bureaus, Mattresses,
L'am., T.iblu, Chairs.
-hu: **5. 13. E. C.llm.

Ty ASINS,' Currapts, Citron, choice Mustard,
--IT, do. Catsup-, .N. Olites, do. Fresh Mack-
erel. Herring, Codhall, An..h.:.i ice. Sardines, .
Mar. 8. IS. E. CARR.

(4 RAHAM Crackprs, Indian Corn, .Corn
1J-T ? tr..Is. Farina. Ont Meal. Sago, Tapioca
Ricelivu'r*, 11 : Eved.,p1- 4, 01seeseMaci
out-ons, Vand....:li, Jamasca s.iuger,
M 1. 8. B. E. C.lkit

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, thathe is always
prepared to execute any' orders, in his
line, which they may favor 1:1m with. He has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most fashionabic Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
Tiefi, &0.
All orders exceuted I the liest style of war e-
manship, fortash only.
CR. Atlantic-Choice Vegetables, Fruits &c.
8 Dried Fruits &c. 3. E. CARR.
Oct. 15

A large variety of Tqys for the Holyclays.
Nov.12 T. NELSON

41 *

~"" .

rN "'ri The School wyder the care of
/ "" *",. Elishes Mather & Brown will opow
on Thursday the 18th of October
for a session of ten months. Destruction will
l>e givenin English (including higher Mathe-
mattes,) Latly, French and Music.
St. Augustine Jn'y 28,1850.


Announce 'that, having timile great improve-
ruents in t Inuflufa 000 of)Kerod5eene, they are

cal Ttatt tionubicusten 1s tjt
pl clametried examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
8 0, oh York, Cheast, and dated Feb 8,

ILL be sold on the first .Monday in Au-
gust next, before the Conrt Ilopmein ther
city St. ATignstinc, the f .11..uing ;.i-=*i., rs.*.vir
so much thereof as will pa. 10'-1..10 and county
Taxes and expenses due thereozifor the. yelire
1859, by the heirs of Mrs. Lawrence, to wit:
1.= undivided half of a trnet of land situated on
'u j 'ur ou n ljYortthz sS<
l*Illiania Sirmilh, F. P. Sanchei and publicIands,
I ..t ant'llest by public lands, and South by
tract of Leonardy and publich:nds. Fourg
62 of T. ,o. 3. R. so E. and according to the
Government survey contaiziing 1,18 .04-1000
acres ne wl 0 0 0 a has been here-

Assessor a conoctor as Johns county.

Tax nector's sale
ILL be sold, .n lb.: F., -* .*I.:n..l my of May
next, before cl..- *.'..in1 fl..uee0..:., in St.
Augustine, the following property to pay the
art n an8t to sp .
to wit: a 1..t ..pp< e- D E. Carr a star
o .

Tax .1 --- & C..all, l...r. S. J. C.
The above salei for the purpossof perfect-
ing the::11..e. ~
P. B. DUMAS, Agent.
y 4
ov'I' LX 001 LECTOR'S 5'.111E.'-
[LL be sold, before the Courts Hotise door
in Enterprise on re first Monday of
June nest, the following, proper@, or so
much thereof, as will pay the State and
county taxes and expenses due thereon for the
year 1859, by the heirs of De Fougers, to wit;
4. n *,. a .0.1 Acres of htud, North of New
!.. ......led North by Ormond's 14414.11
n .t..nett's, East by the river, That by
Tax Collector ofVolusxa County.
The above sales for the purpose of perfect-
ing the title r. s. was, agent.
Four Horse Troy Cr6aches, Carriages sind Light
Wagons, all ..Ig.c..rit with the several

Conveyance n e 5.
rivals. Distance 18 miles; Time. ..; Laum -.
Arrivals and Departures from Charleston twice
a week-Everglade, via Savannah. Caroli-
and Savannah-SjaJ 1 1 St. Mary's, inland
direet.. And Enterprize, up-the River Pa-
latka, steamer Darlington, Saturdays.
N. 11ENRY, Proprietor.
"'"of 41 ur: pe

$200 000.

AM EH it'A N A.11) FOR E UN
STEROSCOP, gi I'MPomo 1,;
4308.Ilroadwary, New Yorlit
After Glidy Lt, 1800.df501 .Df.'O.1D IRdy, twp
a doors from the St. Nich!..s Note
The Storeoscope is the in tryidive, in-
teresting, entertaining, anyuying, aml esenipg
of modern inventions.
None are too younsr. noise le-o chl, I. o
intelligent, none to** I.ueducated, sto abknowy
ledgeits worth and near v. .1 e

N 6. .; I H. I o'ut ir ap rt of I
v.,o...;n all a ,e ,, li-P souness. Perspecurie
and --harpreets .1 dou, as-if you were on she
"Thoeographers are e/e- ywl exploring,
Eurc.g? As\e. Alri<,1. .Inscricit '"in seveli cif abe
gs and 20.1 use usual:11. an.111e results of their
skilkiny con-lan ly earkising car stocial
or ced Go c a 0 ni
Irelattil Wales Erance, Delgium, Holloud,

l"nlac. L au flier..rkal, amusing, m
ri.ip conce, bred ast :.:cn.:<. pie.nics, state-
"-1, Ac-.. de. .Ln exquidle resortment of 9,n,
Linued lumsors or Palace-, Churches, arid
Cathedrals at 1-nince, Italy. No., Ac. The of-

."some illuminnie. Mrs isdma tr mar
.should have in his drawing suom some of ou
exquisiteviews to glass, stail.a rcrohingaterea
scope, showing 12, 25,50 or 100 so-nes. Nolb-
ing can be more, fascinating, and one- enn offer
no greater treat to a fi-iend food .pt the pictu
rescue and the beautified
ac., nIf e Tustantaneous Stereoscope Views
are 0.. Inc r Photographic wonder. They are
tak r: so t h. fortia ll, a u-1..f .s second, and every-

tTepincoe3 is at all in y n t
been perfectly at rest. 1ingh, additional
vain.-, for to the bonutie --f mania.i. re nnatore is
adds the charm of life 10.1 sualiqu. one pro-
ry of re ie or'o" o "nga
s 2 hf 1e son neo
St a p ch 11 tinf20 se f Tie ce
(,non stdeet rr ser no n s, in whion many
1 1 38010ux Ju 1 tnjolweparticulars o this
Our entalogue of pukiects .and prieca fl/b
forwarded to qpy address ouroceipt ofshamp.
Earties at n distance sending us $8, 5. ?ip,
$15, <:0. dr MA can have a goo*1 'n-<:-nmerit
}",, any a.,n .,; so.s1,
se i silone, .k@tt instrument) cu le
r- I L e the ] e *..r a Jo
send ris thb:ques to place on record, and 4
avillikee th r{LetdT 1 u wu expense.
fascinating and delightful unin ement. We- To
Prepared to ill out untatems with U.1ythles
uccessary for sheir, witness toge:Les a ..I. Eqq
.:n...=i., -How tafake -0 1 .

Importer rr1 ?"9 .wt- fl 1, .. 4 1,-
alaterin!s, a .. .. .. .,.
@111erchants f ou\ -every action oi ti e
country are respectibily i. ..3 r., 141.< .. antination of our stock, as our .. e. .F the
trade will 1.. Le ...n'
're F l!2 ofa raph or .-First chies,
sent by wrn sint <.un us II. oi.o
of Negati e.
SITR.\o im .1
GOz FA 1 7 5 0 8

6 0 LDL 0 0 K E S
AGoldPencilwiti GoldPenat1.tch d

For $ 5 OOF
WORTH '.%.1 & .. I 10 eg
FTER Two 1 pl. ,* 1. o n..: aa
....1 present .. 1 ..; 1. 0 our .1 .
i n b Ta et .tx: ii e ...s ,
take pleasure iH sayin .1. ..
on v i it 2r oa : nis ( n
j fitir aralt egi ato s in .
a 0011 P NCH 11TH (HD PEN I-

$3, 5, 8 10, 15, 20, .va, H. or a ath
We propose to let a person know ul n Pre-
mium he will receive before sending his aircr.e.v.
Any Lady or Gen an22desir g one of 11e

e tii0 ,to en it d up nu n
have the privilege of sending for it if they.
Our plan, from loff experience in the above
Assnes.-, La given p-utisal watisfactionasench
pnichan-r Chi E011 ur ITLie 16.: abuse gy (GibB
to all rise;, cost 6 naka reton 160 I'remi.uid
gr.>= 4. 4,
-if, be..w.:Ver, gy per:.:.h thould Topl disposed
ggJ Its their Incray us ady44af they can
fup...u being as fairly *-!tultivit] is though
y h ad mn46pr.11...1..rephoolitic
Ar.,\ pingon seniting 0= .:..*(., for s.ur co-h will
resiscri,.Pentilanditu alPler.un erLoc!
et and Psennium. Iro-
re- ar.,- usyou.34,..srepho ..
or LockerJ.
Of*.r .1. ..9 ultitbletc.*
C'sentlemen's Cold and-tilver Watch-.
es, Oc!d est an abrd Chat
Gold SI6at3 Eut(ons, .Go& -.
W4tob Keye
Gold Shirt St.I.1--pl...Is sti with irt ng<
9, *,1 Seirl Piu st, Guid Ir
Pins, bold, .*se.. an els;
v *...
OR LADIng$ .e
We have Gold Watches, Florentini*. VirabSuld
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Urests two
nud or HinEs, Gold Era.celets, Gold-theate Y
"as me, cold 80, :0;.1-, c...Its m eg 4;. A
c/4 o'': 0 ra, Modest Dos 4<.

Unexce fi
b f
)squired.p one 1.2 re
t.rences given W ver

e, y ra a t a v 4
letters he
d'10ss, 150 LE & CO., 2
102 CANAL STREET, ( 11 N

egyo'IR Stal LONG .
E'..r the b 4
enefit 9f the---
Authorized by Special. Act of Legislature
p 4, O if ry go
e L][.6 4 ,

HeKINNEY & 00.,11anagers.
To be drawn in public under the sworri superin-
:<0.1. race of to.- Compussioners, appointed for
"at purpose, in the
City Of Savannah Georgia.





r to) be Drawn Jan. a
Class 55, to be Drawn Jan. 21, 1860.
Class 56, to be Drawn .Jan. 28, 1860.
On the Planof Single Embers
I'if fil0HS811(1 Tididls!


I an uo 6 .

S..Inr. 2 095
Large Wick. 553

~I ue~. L



of $60,000

1 00

3( 0


1, so
. I (

7. Go
To 000

4 Pr2zes of $200 approximating to
8 i.,000 prize are 800
4 Prizes of 100 approximagng to
20,000 pens are 600
4 Prizes of 100 qproximaring to
5,000 prize are 400
4 Prizes of UN approxunation to
4,00th prize are 320
8 Prizes gf 60 approdulating to
3,000 prize are 480
8 Prizes tf 60 upproximating to
2,000 prize are 400
8 Prizes of 40 approximoung to
1,& 0 prfro are Jd
8 Press of 80 approximating to
1, in prize are 240
rizes of "I approximiling (80000

25,000 Prizes of 10 are........... 200,000
20 its n eating t .. .

1711010 TitlietS $10, HalNS $5,
Quarters $250.
The numbers from1 to 50,000 corresponding
with f lfose numbers on the tickets printed on
separate slips of paper, are encircled with sathl1
tin ubes a ddiac d in eil rented and en
circled, are placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, aim .. number

som the wire ofNulia ,
drawn front the other wheel. The 2ngnber and

ice ,an eb tn i)Tdi' el

preceedingand 010 two succeeding Numbers to
2000 to I 1 1 itr atPrize ri s1 or
ample: n Tipket No. 11200 dra vs 0s, -.0 0
Prize, thoses Tichts numbered -1 Y.' I
1' 1 t 1N125 widl each bece6tli let) 1.:. : a

above scheme."

Certifierlies of JPROkages I be
soldat the following rates, wincu 18 flic ripk:
Cer. of Prekages of 10 Whole Tickets...800
10Huff 30
a 10 Quarter 15
10 Eighlh 1 7.50
El close the money to our address fog ekets
ordered, onikeniptualuti..1, they 1111--= forward-
edby first us.nL I'uichapers age here tickets
enclingik any I.gut-othey us:.y designate.
fl.( Int ..r .10.. 0 us.:o.*.-c:. and prizes wili be
senttopurchasersimmediately .Le 11.e drqw-
y-1 Puncl=> es willpleasewrib LLeir sig-
us ..... 0, unt gue in..Er postoffice, county,
nonsce th.u every prize is drawn
p a .0 cult n on...,r i. J.o.u..n .
"^ 'I1,'* *-' 40-1 Male paidimine
5 ahely after the drawing-other prizes lit the
:1sualtime of thirty days.
All communications strictly c.:.,uthor, at
Address d i's for '.Ez ke .ja'- IIslic.ilea ft
vaunah, Ga.
RA list of the ra.m:.1...r= 11 aA me drawn
from the wheel, with f l., .La...uut I b.: prize that
tach one is entitled to, villLe published after.
!very Grayving, lu the Savannah Daily News.
. Feb. 12
4 -simic):ath-. 10..3 v .r, rooms De.c. m as
1 .* PEr"Ir, begal.4 I T..ugu.e. p .:kled Tongo -s,
1. I..Ie 13e sh"., spl I
.i n, 21, .OTCH Ad*

DETER cider, choice CLark.: 100 du de,
April 14-1800.



This Compan Insm Buildings. Merchant
<11so, Ships, and their Cargoes, in Port, House
1201 12x1rn n id P 1 erty

JOLIN BODINE, Vice Pres ent
WM. JAFFA1)Y, Secretur
Agent, St. Auguspne.
Jurie 25'

7 1


azo cn itt S Jhso et
ooo as al i o dwircrdry

tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser.
Aly country friewis way rply upon it if they
send me orders for dry goods t at they will be
put up with great care and attention to give en-
.,,,si .. riots 1.:. the purchaser. All amounts
In..-..1 .t [to- house over twenty ..J.11114

consisting of Frenchbrt...l C!..,12.Doe skin Cas-
simeres, Filot Cloths, surseIts and it. .gean
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Gassimers, Ladie .910
Akdrau- oi silcolors, 1-agu-01and plan. 0..1... ..
ye;. DI.r.Its is, negro bl.xrsb:H, Engli-h M. u-
nees, Malanaw Blankets, Negro Kersey, 31. 1-
maph Prihts, ladies and na--cs it...s 4.=.:-nts
Merino unde Shirts, fancy**.1.:.8145, Mr.m sing
Delains, Gents Merino Insu hate. FInch and
English Cambries, Rod a0.1 Whir; fit.nn..Is. e *
1. ni-L.v.

A 000 ASSortmen



8 selling Kerosene Oil $1.7", perG. .
Crushed Sugar 18.' 1--

n r 0
Coffee?1bsfor $1,00 '
Adamantine Candles 30e.1prTb
Eleph OilforLamps 1.25, he

axw YoR IANOS. .-