St. Augustine examiner

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St. Augustine examiner
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Saint Augustine examiner
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Matthias R. Andreu.
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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[%on Tuz sT. AUGUSTINE EXA31I.vER.
A Nother'avarting tear.
t'1 ** ** **'
Ah! who so frfulght with bless hat.h been
Who so fl*ee from -harrowing agre;
What in this world hot never soon,
A Mother's parting Lear.
014 o (bal e er his owrfswo


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Hots & Caps.

Brokeloosecarraing away
the m:p.are change like a
ess wma ensvilar it 1.
enn ,word it, and everyhody must know r
. .shone-she a so.4mas'st asses in grder 1
LIFoo knowingly such a variety. Every,0s.i'
from a slove-pipe downip a ebeese, with'Dron
Urims. .Short Drims, Round Erinis and n
Brims sit all, Bearer Casimer Plush and vein
'lklorphy Pikes Peak Donner Sembrere., .inual
ring Ugly Sw"ell Head ventilaters, liqul.cor
tr1za Pah ad te)v2 r zunar
plays sleptiix his he, So hurrah for hats.
Nov.12. T. NELSON.





'' I

odnatured d IITnatured Friends.
f you. Lano le% remier wish todo a kind-
na rool5cow his #ali g ,
Ling thicker: lell a than of seventy t fat he is
any day alting .2.unges trollda ana n> n.
conunonly fast: tell a middicaged htd isome
voiae is oracking, Mar it is always@ wi
nor, tell a cottager who is prowl of h] rden,*
abopt theamiddle of October, flat his g on is
/)a 4 n.Iu al toH 1
drivent want of .work to inke to branki
stones rn the road (arhkh in spo tch mi
b st a ich we pm a g

tion is fklse that genius on secure its aboa
tfithout labor. All clie great minds who
have left their marks upon the history of
the world's progress, have paid for iheir
auesees and notoriety by the price of unre-
miglug toil and labor. Napo,1eon Bona-
** *
parke worked hard7nd incessantly, and has
been known to ozhoust the energies of
'8078161 secretaries at one timd. Clyg*les
II of Sweden frequently Lived out all .hiq
'The Duke of Wolli -w4set@d/


y Inc is 1.7 e nilion e enhi a
len featuues that you Ld it beenuse he has
been obliged a a.vily to down. But if.
pal want to pr.,r.: Jour*elf ir void of the tra-
stinctive ifer,.. <,1ence of he gentleman, you
will walk up to time man with a look of mingled
,n Ltnent, and to sh, Tr> n' g
bree seen the like Jan. Have known people
non ni n. usu an.ur ty
singen the mn.n's mind how f tr he had come
$, ,n. l[rn nue $I Tir Couu frol le'
the decent Scotch carpenicr or mason buy at
his heap ofetones by the roadside. And whom
she h-ad either heart .:.r head, but would rarher
?.; to keep hint up than to take him further
toirn: It is the- dellen e discernmour of lbese
n an j k Lt e 011 1 f 0= Tn neg
d in ung as w it pa a the le.:1;ogs of
ni ice 'an t n >f the kin.r
i. n rent .b(1 .1 lih II u. n-
more ren id er tures st every turn. You, oly
nd, rja li n III etect n olt .mpan-
could well bn seen. But you say to him kindly
that y..u .110 b uppy to see-him looki (so welt
If eldi t you wt con z qk 1 r)
old and carewore." Ti e booi* Kid not mean
1. n Lin fly he se a

gentleman, and never can now be made one*
"n r vt J18011
old lady in a ball-rooonu "it is really very bad
: iced in ki 1 drs apy n
remark. It is to be recorde.L'that somuimes
,-0, h remarks have their orgin nut-in ignorance'
but in imenti..nel maligrity. Mr. Maritag, ur
th a neighbourh.:...d, Jeals in such, He sors 10
rn ale..:.=cing steerral after dinner, an.11sughing
heartily. Str. Snarlitig exclaims, "Bless me,
how flushed Jou are*getting! 914 any of your
relations die of apoplexy?" If you should
coulgh in e unl4 yes et his rese 9,:o
sumption in your thmily. And he will receive
your neg.4tiveanswer with an omiants shake of
@@ri it fsTour n or omes
irouse,--lan a y to.heat aboutthat sinimal
prongg such a bad bargain. I was sure the
dealet- wduld cheat you." It was very sad
z ; a o'
his head, .10.1 Lindly.nel Eqe.. ally as you
were 0 anxioustoget it. -Frasera ,7a:.u,-.
Effect of the Gensus of 1880.
A recent issue of the New York ftnses
makes an interesting and candid showing
of the-effect of the census of this year on
the representation of the several States in
Congress. It figures that die States which
will lose representatives are; Alabania 13
Connecticut l; Georgia 13 Kputucky 33
Massachusetts l; North Cabolina13 New
,YorkS) Ohiol; Pennsylvitai42). Rhode
Island 17 South Carolina 03 Tennessee 13
Virginia 2 Yerthout 1. Use States whick
will gain representatives are; Illinois 5; Ig-
(Hous 13 Town 43 Michigan 23. Missouri 1;
Texas 33 Wisconsin 2. The other, States
will and as they ife. The Times sums
up the remirhable f els as follows:
1. Alpheold and large States of the
Edo WithdFexce ion, IM# ground re-
lative arid arost of them positively,.
2. I'he Southiosps ground largely; the
new State qf Texas, having fit,: fold the
rferntory of the old States, and lying west,
of the Missiastppi, is 4he only pne that
gains. 9
8. Thdonty part of the Utiion which
po'sitively gainsis the Northwest-Missourt
being properly that. 1
4. The Northwest positively gains fzfteen
i'ppreseritatives and two Senator) in Min-
5. The slave States lose 11ovepresenta-
tives arid gain 4, being a -positive loss of
7. Use free St.ates gain 14 and lose 10)
being positive gain of 4, with 4 Senators
in Minnesota an4 0tegou. 'fire admission
of Kansas and Nebraska, whichrill speedi-
ly happen, will add two representativessud
(ggr Senistom to the samoside. -

Said Tom, ISings f hiive been abroad I
have eateix so much pork, thailam ashamed
to look a pig in the face!' <1s'pose-sir, then,
saidawagwho was p;esent, WithOSE & glaSS*

. yesqsq eppinea framselt attranets anaemesgar
bleapplication to the study of letters that
it oocasionet weaknessoleightand ulcimate
blindness. The labor of Sir Walter Setts
. .
Is evident in the number of his literary
productions; and ir. is appared to every
render that. the immense masses of general
information which abound'throughout his
multitudinousworkscan only have been
acquired- by diut of many years' hard
study. Byroli was in habit of reading
even at bus mouls. Luther made it a rule
to translate a verse of the Bible eve day.
This son brought him to the completion
of his laborsnud it was a matter of astonish.
meur, to Europe, that, in the multiplicity of
his other labors, besides travelling, he
could find- the time to prepare such a sur-
prising work. Newton and Locke pursued
their studies with Lircless efforts, and Popo
sought retirement so that he might pursue
his literary operations without, interruption
and distraction. Industry is essential to
all; by forming the habit of doing some
thing useful every day, a inan increases
his own amount of b sppiness and ed.u*ges
that of othereabout him. Many a one, by
a judicious use of the odd moments, those
litle vacancies (q,;every day lifog hich oc-
cut to all, have hundred themselves funous
atueng their lellows. Nature is preserve
lu its proper working coalition by constant
exerlton, and man, to hee in a healthful
conditidh of mind and body, situatt exert
11is mental and physical faculties; the .cool
stant employment, of the first will give the
strength of character, so that it is capable
of thinking on any subject at any time, and
by activibodily exertion he preserves his
health, fortune and worldly position. e
Marquis of Spiools once asked Sir He race
Vere"ofwhathis brother died." "Be
died, sir," replied Sir Horace "of having
nothizig todo.'' "Alas! sir sail Spinola,
"that is enough to kill any general of us

ors may be interested to learn, where, for
the most part, the flowers grow, the sweet

j. dh)ss id in the
police of their growth are the South of
France and Piedmont, namely, Montliellier,
Grasse, Ninnes, Caunes, and Nice; the two
last, especially, are the paradise of violets
ruishofav#. tdbbas a s No ca
ducesaliarvest of 1110,000th. of orange
blessolus, mid Cannesits nineh agah2, and
of a finer odour. 500l.ith of orange 1.10*-
soms yield about 21b of give 3fe .1 1 *

A ll a rtedeu rly tpJ 016. o
acacia blossoms. One great perforgery
dist Ilery ate Liannes rises yeafly about
110,001.ilb..of orange blussolus, 20,00016.
1 is o a '3 1 "b.
fossardrid blessorris, 80,00(rll). (violetsridd-
8,001.ilb. of tuberi'ases, together with a great
mby other sweet hJrt-s. The extraction
of the ethereal oils, tbo small quantities of
which are m1xe'd in tbo Gowers with suall
large qusan ities of other vegetable juices
that it requ res about 600th. of rose leaves
to win one ounce of ottoef roses, demands
a verrges to trealtament. ThedPre

active, although not always the most ea e
fuly preparers of perfume;dlalf the worl is
furnished by th ran eir in ry
< an ; .04.---1 believe that to Gen-

eval Ogtethorpo this polite is indebted for
its name, It was named in honor 'of one
of the royalprineedseswho was named Au-
gusia. The town of Augusta was laid out
in the year 1735 by the thistees under the
royal charter, and became a garrisoff for
the British as early as 1736. 3i'rom this if
will beden b tqbTs tb 'stri

f beinga new place., In 1778 Augusta
was the seat of goversituent, This was
wbde Savaunah was in posseason of the

xBrit u a was takene th'o hisid
place, however, the following month.-
45uu0Crit FakFf rass

course the greatest, of the 10 6 eights if
the Cathedrol, began .in-1 .thid-
dle ages, and fdr cent dece amore
than a fragment.. 1.ate years, however,
bave seen thework go-on agaipiand it m
nobbe loog before the huge. erone ori the
-,* ve. .
unfinished western tower, for bn eds of
ypars one of the land.;gar.kgo he toirn, if
gain usedepa rangigg thead 9 a light
more nearly oneliing, that of its est
si n, neapta liave lie_ -'In y

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complett the situature,^ exolastre of the
towers. When completed it will be a
wonder of the world. No choir in Europe
is so lofty as this, and none so gorgeously
ornamented, or displaying to such erect
the peculiar aspiration of the Gothie style.
Even now it is a glorious structure-its in-
its exterior a wilderness of turrets and
pinnacles. When the two towers rise side
by side to their destined heightof 510 feet,
tRe Cathedral will be the grandest triumph
of Gothic architecture the world has seen.
No one on tell how much has already been
expended on it, but Bome estimate may be
formed of the untold sums the nations of
Europe have trid out for Cathedral build-
ings, when one hears that not less than
65,000,000 will be required for its comple-
lion. The visit which we paid to the work-
shops was very interesting. Some 300
men were at work, ebaselling away at the
light sandatone and bringiDg Out most deli-
cate tracory and sculpture. .In answer to
my question, the-sixperintendent said that
the Most skilful of these, wrorkmen---men,
he it relayinbered,*who are real sculptors-
4eceived only 25 groschen, or aboiit. 60
cents, a day. It is only in Europe that
people can off>rd to build Cathedrals. The
orator the low prices 6f Inbox inneen also
in the wonderful stremith, aud' solidity, as
well as the profuse *aud claborite oriza-
mentation of great public edifices and pub-
lic works generally. The approaches of
the neir Rhine bridge, for example, are
models of grand and massive masonry,
while at the same time they are elegant
tind beautiful. Carving in stone is not
hereso-frightf 11yexpensfve norsoextreme-
ly rare as with us. Bridges are made
beautiful as well as strong, and while they
are built to last for ages, they are built so
well (1Int subsiquent generations will never
be ashamed of thern.-STadwa.

ag. Victor Emanuel, theigresent King
of Sardinia, is of the elder branch of the
royal familyof England, and but for the
settlement of the crowli after- the revolt,
tion of 10SS, would be nearer the line of
succession than Queen Victoria. The
present royal house of Savoy desecods from
Victor Amodens, Duke of Savoy, who in
1684 married the daughter of Henriotta
Maria. I)uchess of Orleans, who was
daughter of Charles I fif England, and
sister of Charles]I James II succeeded
his brother (;'harles, and on his deposition
and the repudiation of his family, the new
fu order of succession would 12.193 been the
children of the Duke of Orleans, of which
the Duchess of Savoy was the sole survivor.
Setting aside all the descendants of Charles
1-as Outholic;spinr-Paritauretrt--serrted the
arowh on the descendants of isis sister
Elizabeth, the Queen of Bohemia, from
whose grandson, George of Hanover, [,66
House of Brunswick is desecoded. The
Kin of Sardinia is therefore of an elder
line of the royal family of England than
Queezi Victoria.

Llocon or A Srn4Nor TASTE.-Astout,
red-faded gentleman, in a white beayer,
blue coat, mid buff vest, offbred to vgg a
ten pound note tl0t he cogd close his eyes,
and by the taste, name any kind of liquor
in the house. The bes was to gi, and th/
process of winning or losing commenced
forthwith. ..
-"This is genuine port," said the fat, gey
sleman; tasting from tbo winegglass, -daud
this---this is whisky," and so on brought
the hotePs stools
A wag then poured few drops of water
into a glassand handed if to the norinois,
uThis is-well-yes-no. Let me dee>
-(tasting it, again) wel by Jupiler I
GentlemenIlosethe bet Joevertasted
tills liquai;beforely

O. 37

GaoA EW Wroni .-There is,
perhaps, nolli gle feature i the eteraor-
dinary progress of Chis you r
markable or mole fligionsive oftharmate?
rial prosperity than the.growilt of this
olikof-.ilie' WaspiqWorg Ne#
fu be fairl taken as of
nerrit, resesqf theareg
--1ha centre of its ci
-4 its comtnerce

6 ftissei*ibed spare int top .
the idand, which comprised the business 40s
part of the city of New York event. -five
I a
or thirty years ago, all .branches of trade
have spread throughout its whole area.-
Marble palaces, devoted to commercehave
sprung up as if by magic;ada privatedwet
lingsequaltoanyiq.theworld,.adorn the 4.
upper streets and dvdaues. .ID population '
and wealth the increase of the metropolis '
has been without parallel, until at the pre-
sent time it numbers nearly 900 000
bsbitants, and its property has reached the
value of nearly sizzhundred millions of dol-
lars. And these figures relate only to the
city proper. On either side *of the two
rivers which flow by the metropolia thero
are growing up two fkubourge, united in la-
terest with the metropolis itself on Lqi
Gland, Williamsburg and Brooklyn, and
on-the Jersey side, Jersey City and Hobo-
ken-formitig continuous cities, extending
for miles along obe shore, which are but ap-
pendages of New York, dependent, upon in
for their prosperity, their amusements and
their general importance. ,Williamsburg
and Brooklyq have already been consolida.
tod; and it is now-contemplated, we believe,
to unite Jersey City and Hobollen under
one manicipal government. They are,
indeed, even now puited in point 91 faq
by railrliad common' "an arid tho' en
,, Joy;
ment, ater- far from the salae
source. With thesqrtwo extensive fau- *
bourgs combined with the city proper,
New York will soon have a population of
a million and a quarter-equal to that oE 7
Paris, which Dumbers its age by centuries\

Gov. Wise on Fighting.
The Washington corecepondealof the
Savannah News, speaking of the presence
of Mr. W that eit b
condemns p als to th c in eantrongly
except those of 6 personal nature He
does"not think, nor did Mr. Clay, that
members of Congress should figbc on queq .
tions of political difference---and slaver
a political question, and Southern mealbels
ought nof to make it a persorial question.
So far, the South have hid the best of the
argument on a question that is a proper
subject., as Gov. Wise says, for argument.
He adys also that he heard a distinguished
Northern polItician say the at ordaythht,
butfor the recent full discussion of tbo
slavery question, the Northern people would
have remained prejudiced and ignorant, of
tbo subject; whereas, time better they are
rna.10 to understand it, the more 'oonserv
two they become. The spooohes of So her
errr members, at the present session, ve
not been lost, upon the Northern mind.

A quaint old gent not a hundred des
from here, who is withal one of our anost
active, stirring men, had a misral work in
his garden who was quite the revere -
4,51r. Jones," said be to his one moraY
did you ever see a snail? z"Certainly
said Jones. "Then, said the old. boy
"you must have met him, for you tiever
could have overtaken him."

g@,, Smith and Brown running in p
posite ways round the corner, retraok e ch
aOh,;&ear," said Smith, how you made"
my head ring."
"That's a sign it,'s hollow," said Brown.
"Did yours not ring ?" askgd Smith, *
"No,"anid Brown.
"Theu thal's asgo it's cracked," rep e
his friend.

Tying a mackerel to you. coat tail and
'fi t so a dfish ar oia one of the ,

ag,, A pretty pair of eyes are the best
mirrors to share by.
aYes," repli ed a bachelor on reading the ,
abovejmanyamanhas been shave by

Al eve irbon tiift'eillir ,

ine I I m 1
A distant al. L.r s portin tear.
IC.ill I le priths ol'guile: he trol,
Or lent to*vice a willing dat*
Ilor oft has his 1.eart been turnal to God
At the thought of a mother's parting tear

to Mbejedn.{ma s iljfy .r.
With the East (af his filling breath,
He'll think of a M.aber's parting tear.
Alas! too oft J ve seen that tear*
Plough furrow in my Ala..lh=-re che.el:,
; As o'er my head she feebly tweathed-
.4 prayer the c.10..l v.ut quak.
Exca.u.xce or -rlie Blm.c -It is nu-
"ecausry for use to dwell on the eseellence
of that book of books, which contains the
ranculed illaotd G J 00.1a t tol b} li s
5 sn reme)nut or ,r 1)i re lu for la
cannot coratuoud this acred volugue to you
in too high forms. Look at its treasures
of n I.sdom, its sublime m.0 its hearttouch-
ing poetry, its deep phildophy, its simpli-
. city of style, its adaptation to all ages, to all
ranks.and races and conditions; it is a book
tiar the king-ft.r all in authouty-f..r, the
deep-thinbuguietaphpwinn, and for thosh
in the very humblest walks of life; presen'
ting latrepts and principles invaluable to
oil, even as regards the present life his
try, it. recoids some tblues burd to be bc-
Incred, but it seems to us that there could
be no miracle greater shari this, that we
should lipd persona living in ages so renate
from each other as the sacred writers hved>
spealdng diffGrail linguiges, as susuy of
them did, of pursuits and courtions in life
sodiferei2tasweknow.many of them to
have been, all with on
1 of ental on or so an
tied they all teach us His absolute sof-
emi nty; they all teach man's depravity;
apd that tirere is but one way of salvation
vis: thist by (th atpning blood of the Lamb,
slain from the foundation of the world.-,
If in the days of the author of the edith
Psalm; the deply to the ..gue stion; "By wha
menius shall young than cleanse his way go
could be given in thie language, "by taking
lyeed thereto, according to thy word,'' with
hoymuch more force, wheq we have the
completacanonjwhen wehave the utter-
,aneesof Him who spake as never man
pyake, can we commend to yott and all
yguag men this sa -red volume as their
moral law,.as thebook of books, as the
fountain of visdqm for the living and the
dying !
Wouldn't 1 re ? The path of life
This book prescribes pursue.
ladeath at hand 1 Ittelleth thee
114w death thou may'st subdue.
What noble examples have we hi the
sacred volume of great, and good man-
men, it is true, wit.h imperfections and in-
firmities like ourselves. They gained fa-
vor with God, ye need not therefore be

MI) w wadape foot model,
The sculptor wholgas a desire to excel,
and feels within -himself th stirring of
getiius will not content himself with infer,
for models; he will leave his native land
and go to Italy, where the art has almost
reachedlperibetion. His bean ideal of the
human form is not fopnd in any single in-
dividual, but the perfections of fnany are
grouped together into his one faultless
unage, Let me, then, commend to you
who desire to form as nearly as possible a
perfect cliaractor, Jesue, the son of Mary,
the brightness of His Patlier'er glory, and

tliedespm .,imagbof iahperson as t
both the Divine and human- natiares, we
have 8, charactdr of sideasi perfection; in
whom nad by whom huinan notare is exal-
ted, and the sinful abildren of Adam may
d prepar forLa lev hi
(can imagine:--@. A. WYLTE.









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> oDr rUo r sithfyo n
the receipt of a fme assortment of Spring aid
8 r Go a selected pecianx'k no (
be oiEare for cash at very low prices. The at-
w us7ewel woral y an ex akio ndn

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I him scall undezamine for yourselves





that U ifsh an be redneeil to
proven swithouse y of the allributes
ei'eignty, she should know and feel II, and t
world shoulder mn-M acquainted will thefad
The only wny in which the Routh can fmd
er e po leni uc11mo as ob st.

angif it is decided ng4nst her, thyndlet
South determine upon the proper codfr to.pur-
sue----einter to remedt in or go outrage Union
-fb quietly submit or resist. If the 'South is
walidg to do her share of time aghting and my
her just proporrien ofthe uses, without resping
erjustshisre of the privilege# ofthe Union,.4L
ought to be known, nodThe ngitation upon life
subjeel cease. .-<,9 d
13ut wehsre confidence inibe majority of rhey
people of the other sections of the Union, and
believe that when the examine into the inedle
of the question, and ndsthat the South asks
D.othing but her constitutional rights, that she is
not, as she has been reported to be-aggressure
in her xiemands-that they will rebuke the wild
spith of fapaticism, and concede to her, er just.
** As for ourselves, we are ((nion-loyin men-
we believe II. I eque.gieni swo

lYe wish to transmit E as
we counol"tranamit. them s opr failm .e
did to ue- sh .111 019 rights did 4 121 es
under the constitu#o ifywe must.give th :a

Gen. Milton
this gentleman, one of the.Florlds Del
agg to the Charleston Convention, arrived
in Tallahassee on Strnday evening last, by
the Eastern evala. On Monday mornin-r
at, the ree uost of some of 0tyr citize he
addressedla public mouting at the are
Hous His-speech was listened to with
marked eatteptioa add re.4pect. In the
course of his remarks ha' stated that he
ea upon many of a most v2fluential
members of the Convention, nod -tylked
with thentupon tic differences whichasi-sted
between them and abs Southern delseate.s
upon the platform --that. they all admitted
that the Squthists delegates asked nothing
bat..what was right but that, they ordid
not yield 'to ,their demands, aud* shtsin
( omselves at hype on neconut of the pub-
lic sentimout" He spateg hairever, thdL
010gates fiOtn the North, past and Wess ?
urges) there to be ferni in the gaintenanes
of t.he.rights of the Squth, and told them
the their sympathies were Athtlican, and
that they hoped the action of the seceder.s
would happroved in shqBouth, and erence
a more healthy feeltug in their own States
abut that they could not aid them by
quitingwiththem,.boil.mse their Deleb-
tiotis were instmetdd -to act as a sit--
Florlditan d- Journal.
Gen..CUSUINGth.- Presideqiof the late
meeratio mention at urluston, thuir
closes liisaddreskto Use risembers delivored
on the adjourninerat, of the paravention:
During a period now oleIghty-four
years, we, the Sutes of this Union, have
been associused together, ,su one form or
puother, Or theobjects of domestic order
aind Greign sequrity. We-have traversed,
sxde by side, in the wars of the Rorolution
and other later wars, through peace and
War, through sunshine and storm. We
hkve held our way manfully on until we
have come to be the'grant ite ublio, Shall

wedocuse tabbe such om I not holieve
shlittered into fragluEts This"great re-
publio to be but a name A history of a
mig 1, y peo e once exist ng us, existing
no longer, save as a shadowy memory or a
nyonuarentalruinbytheatdoof the path-
wny of time! *
"I fundly trust, that we shall conti'uuo to
march on forever, die hope of natious, as
well in the Old World as in the Now, like
the bright, orbs of the firmament which roll )
on withoutrest, because bound lbr eLornity
-without haste, beenuse predestined for
ete rnity--so may it be with tbo glorious

canofe cuation ofStatesyou rx to veor
constituents and to the hosome of your
families, to take with yogas our guiding
4110 sequment of -th bution and
00100. With' is, gly hid fu3
adieu until thosperiod assembling.

The JQpa.neSO 8,t Wa.Shington.
yfASHINGTON, lilay l8.-'the Japanese
ambassadors had an. interview wills Mr,
Secretary Gass yeisterday, and were welcom-
ed to the country inarmosteordial manner,
They expressed themselves ,charmed ,with
the country and with their reception.
They are to pay a visit in state to thi
President at noon to-day. ,AILthe, Milit>.
tyStaffincludingGen. 8eoth, NavaPof
fleers, Senators and Representatives in
Gobgress, will be present, and their we
eeption will be a brilliant, affair.
The editoi- of the N. Y. DatEhman
apeakingdadrink he ones had occasion
III ii) e Bad he onldlightell.rvirhe de

do fii
going Wn a throat .
She that marries a man because -he is at
good match, musIs not be surprised if he
turns out, a "Luck ." r -
The gleeful laugh of happy children la
the best home music, and tho graceful
figdves of childhood are the best statuary.

_ ; ____~.n--~--II~L_ .t

f Caution anti other 811118. earth swallow him alive; may all the elements
Ala. Exxon -A writer, fW. in your a- ad see t m may s hd< an ru[
r "u 1 6 's h "us e ois t on.n shout isso. He quotes also from a copy of an
He has to a im uphon us for a reply, as we emiloa ourelt d; eaNiP a e
- si' c 10 f outs ti le loth um lethiit be, and given over body and soul, to the
latatabUuniswe awell-kulown Rooman b tb *** RIse el nmw s,1n all edtze andsin
the more so: since he he ha.s attacked us, and a kin allrother phices, wnetherdyin or ris
fancies thoself tI oo e pro or ing or leepilfg, es ing o rinking, We give
ery g him over to the power of the selid, and let him
sun .' offee may be put thus: He finds in quench his soul, when dead, in the flames of

. your cowans 4 transistion fro the courier as ed n1sdise eqtqa.Its now uenched ad pus
ri fal 31straE mun cal body may fail as now the,1ight of his candle is
* e4 by tipo Romm Catholie Chutch: He some., gone out, excepihe comes, in sight hereof, and'
ow ascertain that the sus..e has appeared in openly confesses 1.0= heresy. M'ns
the Paris so.ele, widels he abooses to ann *-In- this hight Revereal bl-hop guilty of **blasphe-
F. -1 g unt <>j >$ 3. In the New-nk **Daily Mercury," of Jnly
that. the very a me for us was unoo printed by 17, 16.54. liso Courrier's formula, the very enme
ali "Anglionn clergyman" in a world-renanned laing of curses, tcgether with the orig nal hard
book, or which that Englishm to was use nuth..r. n is primal and 17.1 Thence, "W," infersor rmber boldly and badly in "AC air. et called **The Romish Curse"
"" '[is of se niaMeter to--in ide was prince.1p in New Y'erk a few years since.
whole on issue of falsehoo..ia and absurdities; It is word fffr word that given in Sternein the
d he calls the piece self ottming... Courrify,.artil is oncient writers. In ages/ the
-pe e of; a k .edba 1 briedy di folknwmg" urses aEc last tI
e length-b itg on sq refilember oritice" en proceeds to name oil
the c ratreity e .mr & ---\

quire twenty knes for m:prudent man thoroughly { c 2 n neries to be in are
to.m ade r No. 1. The Courrier des flate Unis at spee:Czed in-Jul, but they are;gerred to nB
is not -Proseswns. but catholic. witness. *a ready given in documents of on earlier date,
the Editor's own world when he speak of '**Le 0 isfac ljacoreids a 1 T hf n th lettpre

travagance and virulence of the ultramoniane This pamphlet was published by a Society, of
o nitpartyinfrance. Does "W." want proof D 0 di s Phoe .1 t* ere i ot
t The realorini2 of these two Jonrnals, edited 2nan in the city of New Yorkinorekespected by
by Rod JCa L. I es ashar\t>eing)Out/ 8 th at5 eowr, so, to tl1e gase of Thomas Ben-
practised by the Pope on his subjects in the net, who was cursed in the cathedral of the
Romail Staths. Hear what the leading Roman city of Exeter, in 1530, Awith bell, book, and
atholi Rwiew in erica sa snco e it e te.vas; let a fe seeli db yes

thedr ht tot b gains gitimate authosit all that A es / lu, andh oatana e
t ernment." Me who says anything against this, now quenched and put out;" and with that he
and humbly suggesps that, since the people of put out the candle.
r the Romagna could not bear the Pope's green- 6. The e-r; aame curse, given in therCour-
ment--called by many Catholics the worst gov- fier, we fmd in several other reliable works
o ernment iix Europe-they had^a right to chose which we have not now room to cite Besides;
the King of Saralhis for their ruler; is a Pro- the preamble to the atmultl Bull of Exeomme-
r testant! or an "Infidel nication, as uttered by Pope Clement XIII, [p
c gItis another blunder committed by "W," 17*5-1, says; We, therefore, following this
when he says that sterne having afabricatedo anesent and solemacustom do excommunicate
E ane rMthn it a b cur Tethe victismaPeyea-po
s am ersonandinits rt taf onje 9. 8 < ry Spelman's Gionary, pl 206,
allirm that it is the onlU true and veritable form contains Itals same earse, alib its **profusion
s of excommunication in use among can olies.n orinvenives Sir Henxy Spellnan was an ami-
Here are two errors b 0) hEldnulphus is not a m'40"d lear d la r; .[ .
charader in th war iterne says
and teaching down a form of excommunication Sir Henry should, have"fabricate4" able last of
of the Church of Rome, a copy of rirhich my curses, or even have recorded it, one hundred
father had procured out of the ledger-bbok of years befaquPSierne- carue ins > the world; and
s churchot eihester, ithylga thus exe t : th r-s5 -- hysad at
e at '$v in ntoote asphemedd "it w> deed, st.ues the it was -0.1 to the 14th ednd-
t or at 1 1 / .1 es2r a asc,
I of tbo dean and ch apter of Rochester. (Li ) D and. was --tu reduced n 150 1.ith coulary"
s It is not at irmed by as that thus is -the may orm tr to ,ernead.Ia) n an
zrsueen od liforre@fezeenunu ca onh liniser,"anve ofthenerof Papal clrsing
there are y of others. And when this a years l ater: Dark rest **\Y" fated 4 Mill--
f .1 tel ei8ua in f \\ c 1 cmTue n cu8 yo |Inter withority is as knows--from
sperpetrating a wu of his own, from which a the LondGD Epcelglut".
little neurate knowledge might have haved hi Ly befo the Bull al close of abe itith centu@, Sir Thom as Chaloner,
ag nst g Hen Vus ha.full copy the whiletravelingin II.aty, examined ..ome alant
'Latin original; Here is another, excommunt.. works ofthePooe's, and liaJing to at it was only
cartine@ apoleon Ie years a neejt 3xeith wary <<< .wa w.6 no so r bu
minatedagainsttheBarditdan ing. OfKing borough,,nfe.rkehile, he personded someof
H d h' abWtt the P e we "do thefope's workmen teaecompany him to Eu-
.3 tm th thos ord of atjae a., male- gland. In order to smuggle them away, he put
n edition, and eterant damnation;" aba uses twoorthreeo(theminea ki, and in this man-
0 1 uT 1 oathee I dred t ne convbeeq s e lands s ady j
ha Coena Domini, differs also from the *abord; against him; whichourse istobefaund in Charl-
7 it was for centuries "in uise among Catholiesn ton's History of Whitby," toord for wordthe
t aminally cursing allberaties, and every priest salae4sreadbyDr. Slop. Stern usedtostal
e throughout the world, was ordered to curse occasionally with his friend John Hale Stephen-
,mr oi axair uneananonj errn no r e ecra t ,c irato si r aj

a property wh utfa cold poec1imissiondo mthe ibndqu io hi h fa larly knowatearery
and sosubversive of the pl sine-t rights of all e"W"mhyhave confounded two very different
k governments that in many it. C. countries the things; a, form of the milder- or Minor Excom-
Pope was forced to give up, the annu:d pubhoa- muntestion, which separates the offender from
tion of it. More than iwenty different chisses the communion of the Church, with the Major,
of -persons are described ancL course in this which, as used for- the last 700 years, has id-
Bull. Excommunication waranoutwaysinone flictedallmannerof social civil and bodily
form of words, perillies, whenever the Papacy has haid the
e 13utto pass to important misildres ec.ra- ower to carry it intoeffeet. We are wdlin.; to
e i dugb{t."W;" let us invoke bloory to give Alp off at a 3[. ma glance at aia dilemma,
t Direct evidence that the Courrier is right;* and choose. Does h believe that string of
s and that Sterne published a yewd-d, authentic and curses to be a tisatio of falsehoods and obsuad.
ver anciendocument ities," an4aviece of Alasphemy:" or, does
e-E se f thee a OR 61 set zin his he 1 If to oestno leth m3e2t la onbl ph
surpassed in all English and French literature, mies,1st him remember how nanny Bishops and
o say .a,;10 297 In 08tpet isng of Popes {mthePapal R.'nurch, he 62, stem called
dau n-shey invented such enrestian forcoute rms which h-wn?
These: lamenaussonne Fatherthesonthe Holy Inces he not belidYO Lhat those very eurses
Choes.,-tha.Elaused-lirgin.Mar *, John two Bap. lusweenounded. along_ the. ceiturles, in the
e list. Peter and Paul, and a or ber Salms in track ot he Payacy, WatE Tzuressant, revothera-
beaven, do we cast uff front our commuirlon ting T*eals:
s "(an in e 3rnatel. 1 a instbj.0 ble I ut praragar of assigni a pen lity
d held, path, city, castle. May he be cursedin to hea very young man-ir would bertsothing
battle, 49opted in praying, in, speaking, in worse llion a rrautoradmonitron, th.x he add to lbe
silence, in eating, a drinking, in sleeping.- -many Jules," which he vauntingly parades,
f Maybehenocursedinhistastehearing, standing so ., Mady of book. The "Pontifical" is
e and a/La ad kMy rn ic8u @ n is n .: el(A yin on
e soles of his met. Then follow othar course, And Inc. this prove a plea=.ant usineoure" co
and it ends this Icommand you, Devil, and hirix. I is the Pratestant penance most ap ro-
e e7efror2l a uruma Int la e is r a is use\Ecoles., in vinersenthenqf.
e the light froid his eyes. So be it-so be ar.- p. 257.
o a .ilar r 1 a to at from the Tallabassee Ploridian.)
f fromcenturytocentury hasnobodyprerheard 7
t edHk2n tMs In t-St dt' I'do2 TO2s we eit a Disunion T1Eovement
i pretty ancient That those pursuing of the seeding Stees at chailestioP is a disunion
Umbs he at wrnethenbwe so movement. Now G.e delegates seceding express
nal whuse gwilt (as a heride) had been estab. ly declared that this was not whet; her do we
,1 ly the hot tron, 6 t ploughshore, or other think that it wU leaAto user such result On
ca mo Was ri ni o theeontrary, webelicye abutis will have theef.
n el, whi 8 loose feet of uniting the el 17 relevip Demooral
de sw as of b

o t e4 & o n tb i
him to a dath of exquisite agony. This was the North and the south. 11[ wiu toad to make
danteuis Flandei-s, about "the middle of thol2th the people of each section open their eyes, and
2. Dr. Smjrth, of Charleston, one of the most mluire whhlier the spirh of fanticism is Reiv-
leisraea and respectable divines in this counts mg us. If the South is firm 'ta maintaining her
stes su his Ecclosias iicaeol blicatr ism p.s2nd tights, the people of theater sectiozia eangot,
so Cement 1, to ana sea as irgrey love the Union as they abouldilepersist
a fee a wo so t al in an unjust and innoonstitutional softtse; which
nal.ct-ility and madness; may hedren over- can proAt them nothing but, which mist rob

sATURDAY. Mik so, tsoof s
1 ------ --
ggy Jasras Byar Baq., of Palatka, Fla., is
.iluly authorised to not as Agent fai* the a Sy.
Aaeusts)ra Exmissa, and will receive sub-
moriptions, make collection#, and receipt [cr (lo


or xPwtocgy; r

YORK. '-

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of knowledge and -blessing around the
globo, so ought the .hitangible 4pd resist-
less power of thoughtf,-a spark fl;om the.
Infinito Intelligencewobe brought to
subserve the highest interest qf humaulty,
and not hte stilled or extinguished. *

MIurany.-We learn that Capt. Paul.
Anna of this oity bus boon elected Colo-
nel of this regiment by a majority of 5 votes.
& It IB 80 rare a circumstance, LLht tha
Examiner receir any notice frotuitsoon-
to oraries util bd a the Stat touch
less a comptsment, ovr reqdors will pardon
itil for transforring entire the followi'E
'0m that. ubly edited Journal, the Pensa-
cola Olasquer. It is a poper from which
we have olipped much of the Florida news
for our issues. In the transfer of the re-
marks of the Observer we ould preserve
also the notice of, and com isouts paid to
lilr. 8 u. '"
gap :,

wards cleared from Philadelphia, for Toool
May 12. This vessel was chartered by
St. .John's Rail Road company May 5th.,
and has on board a full vargo of Rail Road
Iron, Spikes and freight and Passenger
oarag It will not be long before the road
Neill be in operation fox; the transportation
of Passengers in .connection.with stages
aud not. may; wooks before track laying
n ill reach the easters terminus. In- co,
notion with the above we el1p 'the folow
ing.from this Savannah aliaos.
We notice tis a tirtof tho freight of the
steamer .5'tate op' Georgia, from ;Philadel
phia, and uniq ze and highly finished pas
songer our, butic b.; blears. Murphy & Al
lisonof that. okty, for the St, Jobu's Rail
The St. John's Railroad, which is only
15 idiles in length connects t.he city of St
Auguslide, Fkarida, with the river St
John's at the town of Toool, and is intende
to trnuspo'r asnougars and freights dailgy
making connecttous with the steamers 4

n itsis e of the 1 sh inst. states hat the
EAenro that some dissatisfaction is Bon. 13uckinsham Smith had just' deliver-
felt, by afew in this City, that we admit ed a lecture before the Historical Society
into the columns of the Excinvut, any of that place. It says.
communication not in entire harmony with 'The subject, as heretofore announced,

viet.y of featers. In fast. no two are found Nunes Cabeza de Vaca not less distinguish-
alike. Obeervation dsks taught use hat ed for his explorations on this continept,
mental characteristics are ng less varied and hardy adventures. M Smithxteonfin-
Hence ii. would be difficult beforehand to his remarkalmly a to eigistb9a
jadge ascarately of the efect ,a cornmws- which itewas evident to was perfectly futui-
cation wedd have upon our readers minds, liar. His illustrations of the ebaractoi of
so diversified, by endowment, by aspirations, the soon solected for his subject were ex-

phrejudices, ang hopes for #his world and me agly hap ,dnd to meixawere rehp
to nexq.agd enae too way the mental conqlierors were eminent for Ability and
diversitforiggested, it will be- impossible prowess, but were really infamous for per-
for allsour readers to take the sameview of fid and cruelty
t ill b elected that this Mr. Smith
articles. This being so, is ) aot assu. w e reco
.aning for one, or two, or.s :do;s tp m- was for a long while secretary of legation
en, so' to Spain, and of course had access to the
plain, that. occasionally our paper contains archives of that Government, by which he
somethingwith which they prg not ih eripro obtained a large amount of interesting in-
sympathy? formation touching the earliest settlement

is Le t otn a ni n n 11i i bt tu i h in r st
its appearance in the coluinus of the Exam-
thp EXANInza, Isothing which will not iner wilLbe received with interest and any
subserve'the capse of truth, of sprality, isfaction. Fifteen years ago we knew the
and oftegigion. Duty to odi- thusily, our talented lecturer as a country, and our God, requires this. Let in East florida, now he as duitinguished,
the wold over, for his literary attainments
ithe, however, understood, that. of tied we and diplomatic ablit y. IIurrah for "Buck,"
mosabethe sole judge, as we e=pect to re he was fainfligly called when we knew
a answer alone. Ours is a Southern Rights him indCast, Florida. Wo would be delight.

..D atic .It p so o cliqu 8todh ab[his llset or etah h lay.f to
early liistory of Phaeola, which would bb
long as we costione the propri Those highly interesting to our citiz6bs.".
the one, or the other, myst loolfelsewhe're. 1 State Nominations'
Happy ever to listen to the suggestions of Itis with pkinsure that we notice a dis-
&iends, yetibile the responsibility la ours, position by the press of the State, to make
waramastbe the exclusive captrol. Use nomination for Goycirror and for Com
Ithan beennaged, thathy the admission grees recommended by the Democratic
of articles to which exception has been Convention of this Corinty; camely: ELIAs
taken, weinjure ourselves and the clircula- E.BLACKSURN for 6070007, RDA OflAND-
tionoftheppper. Beizigsole prqprietory LER,0.YOUltldEfopCongress. Withthese
rhaps we are as e'empetent :to judge of nismes our party would be intrincible, and
ourownstairs as these friends. Ether- wetrust they may be pain nomination.
gaining this opinion, they will forgive us flowevernot doubting a good Democrat
for still conducting the EXAMINER, iq our will be usined for each place, we are Wil-
agen itajr.. If they do not like it, they are 150 to abide the action of the convention 7
certainly free, in this dspuntry, tp support notwithstanding our preferences'
it.or not. fread to'workin the gilice our- .A. Suggestion.

t f In all probability some of the-Delegates
Maker for healthy arm and an undaunted appointed to the Charleston Convention,
will not attend the Richmond Convention
and A ag
We 40 not by any means claim, that in pu account of business &0. Would it not
be advisable to request those of the Dele-
16epreparation of our paper, sometimes
we may motmistake and sits article appear, nation, who cannot attend the Richmond
which shothy times might, be laid aside Convention, to make xt known to the state
good intention, and for a will failhfull to ed. What stay the Democratig press of
4 dooar part in thepositioti. assigned us by flo
a M-wise Providence, m a 1Tmore
In relation to $he article tralislated from 011VelliOllS.
the Courrier des Etats Unis, iir-owr orgiadelegation,
weekbefore last, oAwhich complaint is es- thus closes an address to the peoplFif iliar
pecially madewedo not understand how 8tate, which was directed 1.6 16- iencil k
objection can be justly urged. Seeing the majority of the delegation
article in a paper-so bi',<*hly reppectable, we NI(only rgipaina to say that the majori-
deeme'd its publication of general interest, ty of the Georgia delegation recommend
especially among our readers. If the that a Convention.of the Democratic party
French r hasheen ruisled and thedocu. of Georgia be called----and that that Con~
pape mention appoint a set of delegates to attend
mentis qutrue, and therefore infqrious to both el4eltichmond atid the Baltimore00a-
our Chqroh, there are mapy, who have ever ventions, there seeming to be a disposition
believed is tobe a veritable major Expom- in the latter Convention fli epnoede some-
agnipation. It claimed to be such in the thing up the platform." .
Carrier des Date ITnia, 44gtper of more Though in doubt about the policy sug-
extended influence then Elith EXAMINER (08ted Ofge441Dg delegates at all to Salt!"
aspires to ever become, and it is read in more, yetree pheerfidly yield to those,
ouroommunity. Sofar then from bein whowereonthespotandareofcoursebet-
qggrieved that the EXAMINER, pitCOR th ter qualified to judge of the course propeL
document before the people, if fantrue, oe pursued than we pretervi to be, espe-
these objectors ought to rejoice at the op- cially as their action at OWarleston evinced
portunity of exisibiting (ta falsity, and thus a det'ermination to uphold the right, and
to enlighten and corrdet phlic peatiment resist the irrong. This certainly looks
in relation to the church. like any thing but disunion.
To this era of free inquiry, all men should ig., Gen. Wm. E. Kilers-asg died in,
seize oceaeions to supplAnt error by truth. Gadsden county on Tuesday last. 419 was
g this age end.)an 1, Win in the attempt a native of South Carolina, from whence
to yepraps thought. It will be alicited and he emigratell to Florida in 1842.--He has
abould be directed. As Franklin fought us served in the Legislature if this Sthte, and
to tame ea# ward off the fier destruction was a candidate for the offi ofM Go
of the 7 ee ajor n-'
the er olpud, so must be edught eral-t'ho election for which had taken
4 con tor for fre and irrepressible place previous to his death,

na ari alling an. ot a --
running from Jacksonville to Enter t(as
on Lika Mouroe.
This Road has long been needed to take
the place of t.bc tage ow runnmg to St.

sengers, will soop be placed on this Road'
withslocomott pow rt to kemt eMdistanc
St. Augustide is ong,0f the oldest, mos
pleasant and healthy cities oughe continent
and is visited annually thousands of m
valid and others who desire to avoid the

t i8de tT e r ,tM dl orthd
Northern State, aiad also the Capadas and
British North Anierica, are represented a
this place every winter, many remaimug
for their health during the entire Sultime
months; the Summer climate being so tour
ered by the daily giron sea-breezo, as t
P E -
equal every day the most pleasant Summe
days at Newport, Loug Branch, Atlanti
City or Cape May*

Ro athe dWesternu vt inusowan
bids fair, from is peculiarly &Tantageou
situation, to be one of the prmoipal places
on the river, of winter resort, fot person
desiring beahh, pleasure or comfort."

In impther column will be found on ar
ticle a this subject fkux the Fioridian
When it is remembered, that one of it
.editors, Mr. Byke, tras A member ofk th
Charleslan Convention, and one of those
who retired from that body, audayho, frkfI
his position as delegate and editor, not les
than his necessarily intimate association
and communion witli all the retiring dele
gates, must have known well the views o
his associates, the article must be consider
ed as evidence, that the -withdrawal from
the Charleston Convention was not intend
d in any way to be a disuni b ni

unionists at heart, and hence eager to fur
ther their designs by retiring, their often
eated7disclaimers of such intentio
inly evince their conviction of the fact
that disunion would not be sustained b
their constituentsind the people, without
whom they -can do nothiinge But w
would not be understood, as even intimate
ing, there wereanydisunionists there. As
further evidence of whis the people think
we copy the following from the Pensaeol
"THE CONVENTION.-We refer our rea
derstathe despatchet elsewhere for par
ticulars of the political drama- at Charles
ton. .We have not the spade, and if w
bad, we lack the inelicati~on to speak of th
melancholy and disgraceful schism brought
about by the vaulting smbition and restless
t of f leadi
b h tion fethe.Unrop. Tuo gra 1 (1
petty maliceof some and the corrupt am
ition othletsd terademocratic rtyUis t

eyest-,..-- -
Eir The Hartford Tinus discusses th
condition of affairs at Charleston at consid
prableteggth, in can'nection with what i
the duty of the I)emooratio party, An
forcibly states ite conclusion, that the North
should not insist upon the equlisation o
any man offoasive to the South, or th
South persevere in pressing a candidat
offensive to the North3 but that some- man
-acceptable to both sections should b
selected RS the abaudard-bearer. Th
Times believes that <'Mr. Guthrie, Horati
Seymour, Mr. Hunter, or either one o
twenty other that oould be named, would
carry as large a vote at the North as Senato
Three negroes were hung at Madi

soin on Fri ydish dtinO( deero-dan
held in that town,) for- the usurger of 11. D
Grifflo. Theater three unplicatedyentain
18udail tin the deexaton of any nex
Lincoln .11Tominated, at chion o.
QuxoAao, May 18.--.Lincoln, of11 inois,
was nominated to-day for President by the
Black Republican Convention, on the third
ballot, by three majority.


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that I shall receive favors:,and orio is that
with myperson, my country and. my vas.
sals you will do as with your own- things;
and the other that you tell me who you
are, whence you come, whither yougo, and
what it is you seek that I may the better
serve you.
Wilt GOVert0r responded he greatly
thanked him for his good will as much as
though he had given him great treasure.
He told him that he was the child of the
sun, coming whence it inhabits and was
going about the country seeking for thb
greatest prince there audthe richest Prov.
mee. The Oaciquestated that farther op
was a great lord whose territory was called
Ocute He gave a guide who was air in
terpreter to conduct lain thither and the
Governor eatnnianded lair subjects to be
teleased. A liigh cross made of wood was
set up in the middle of the town-yal'd and
as tiant did not allow more to be done the
Indians were instructed that it was fut
there to commemorate the suforing of
Christ who was God and man, :that he had
createed the shies and the earth and suffered
for (.ho sniention of all ;.nd that therefore
they should revero that sing, and they
showed the manuar in which they would
do so IIe set out on the first de y of April

n t rr no ize Inva
f (60 scanity of mout the des were as
3 twel celeeped@y*,:gee!.Jioti ants.1,s theigh
thby had'hedn. fit. encep, and there was
such need of salt also that ia many places
often thneS & Eick 000 IpYing DOthing for
his nourishment and wasting away to
of son.e oil (Wr. elsewhere might 'have
foynd aremedy why sinking under pure
dohilityhe would say Nay if I hbd buta
,1;, e- r.Fmeat or onl a few rocks of salt I
should not.thus di The Indiansn. -;er
lacked meat because.with arrows they can
get up ghundance.of eqr, turkey cony and
of other wild anismis beine- very skilful in
killing gaine which the Christians were
not and even if they had been they had not
the opportunity for it they being the greater
part of their time on the march, nor did
they beside.ever dare to straggle off. Such
was the craving foi meat that when the
.vis huneked ne.n who followed Soto arched
at a town and found there twenty or thu
dogs he who could get sight of one and
kill him alionebt he had done no little and
he who pr.:.ved hirgeolf so native his Cap.
tain knowi a it if he for t to send him a
quarter would show his displeasure and
make him feel it in the watches or in any
matter. of labor that came alowr with
which becould bear n .co hhn On Tues-
do the twelfth'af A. r 1 thd puvernor took
hin departaire, the capcique ofOcute giving
his lear hundred threemes, the Tudians
that can y blitle. 11e passed through a
town the lord of which was called Cofaqui
no in h [ rootvince f t a na

of Ocute End other ne ighl..ausin: lords had
heard of 11.0 Govern.:.r nod desired to see
him. He went to 0411 on hire and made
this speech:
Powerful Lord: *
Not without reasoil now will- I ask that
solve light misshals befall ine in return for
so great good fortune and deem my lot a
happy one, sipce I have come to what I
most. wished to life to behold and have the
opportunity in some way to serve you.
Thus the tongue costs the shadow of the
thought, but I nevertheless am as unable
to produce the perfect image of my feel-
uI co e na controbthwha pierac s nof
11as this your land which I govern deserved
to be seen bygone so superior and excellent
that allon earth should obey and, serve as
prince: and those who here inhabit being
a at how oyth tt

order of things will follow upon it some
great adversity. If we are held worthyof
being yours we can never be other than fa-
vored nor less than protected in whatsoever
is reaspeabJe and just; for they that fail of
deservhig either with the name of mes can
only be consideredbrutes: Fromthe depth
of my heart and with the respect due to
such a chipf I make mine offer/ and pray
that in return for so sincere good will th:it
you dispose of mp, my coptry and my sub
Je .e Grovernor answeyo4 that his offers
of kinduess were seen in his conduct and
hirlfl tified him so that he should hold
5. 7 (rk
if 4 Jasting memory F E tol isam o '""
'"it?"t.12:softy:2. ote:
leagues thp country is abundant, p etuyes
d xj g n :1tbwa en av
bar of Espiritu Santo where we first arrive
theland of Florida which m be thre
ay .
n he g 7 ne a sli)ttlb pr
s trees and low having maujr popds, and i
places are high and dense forest into which
l the Indians that were hostile betools the

r C ohen eyecoo8ul rn t he o
: ed away and made it troublesome to ge
n guides.
XIIII. Of how the Governor left th
e Province of Patofa and marqbed into
r desert country where he with his peopl
o became exposed to great peril and under

r -wont severe privation. .
it la the toirn of Patofa the youth who
h the Governor brought with him for guid
e and interpreter began to. froth at th
y mouth and threw himself on the ground
r if he were possessed of 'theDevil. An ex
y orcism betug said over hun, the fit we
t off. He stated that four days journey fro

Frue ltelation of the toil which the
Adelantado Don Hernando do
Sotoand sonS knights of Portugal
.-p.n49rwdat in'the'Disoovefy of flor-
Ada;'nowjust made by a fidalgo of

1500700)' Of 7100148*

st8L.4TION OF THE vicisslTUDcs .\TTEN-
dingtheGovernor Don Hornands deSotoinan*I to conquer Florida, in which is set
rurth who be was, and also who were others
with him, coninining sense around. of the
yeauliarities and diversities of the couarry,
-of all that they saw and of what befell them.
XIll. Of how the Governor want from
Apalache in quest of Yupahyand whathe-
fel hau. ..
On .Wednesday the third of March in
the year MDXL the Governor left .An-
huma Apabehe to seek Yupnho.* He had
ordered his won to go provided with maize
Jur a march of sixty leagues of d.sert- the
carniry carrying their grain on the horses

ar bl oz.

in co sequence tibes viole e of tide I

shore toshure along which the boat pa ed
and the Abrass were drawn over sweenu:He
thereto by use.xus ofn winabas to the othe
sidd. A day nod a half afterwards they
arrived are town9y the name of Gapachi-
qui and on friday the.eloventh to Indians
were found to be up in arms. he follow-
ing day live Christians gotog to search far
s.hosomortary in which the natives are so-
ciBitomed to beat maize to isome houses
gravironed"with trees in the \rear of the.
camp among which many lladiaps had gone
to spy oritthe Christians five- eame out
thout.i: and set upon our men one of whom
tied to the- camp crying out to arms.-
When they who could first newer to the
call.roached thespot they found one of sly
Christianslilled and the three others badly
wounded; the Indians fLeing viuton sheet
of water full of woods into which the hors-
es could notgo. Thq Guvernor left Capa-
chiqui passing through a desert, and on
wedunday the twentydirst of the mouth
cause to Toulh. Thencefotyard the
houses were different, those behind being
covered-with dry grass and those :9f this
th aft he fuelgi of til
town wi cane er t 4p es'
These henses are very cleay: .some have
their eldes so made of clay as tp took like
tapra. Throughout the told country every
ludifil has a water house ILus yastered
inside and out with a very small door
which is closed at, dark agil p fire belog
wade wtthan itretuaius beated lille no oven
seed clothing. is not needed .during the

us pd e r%.asalik hise a honse lbr
E-made and the broad buked. l...r keeP-
ing make there is n, barbacon which is a
Louse with wooden sides like a com raged
aloft on four posts and has a floor of
age. Thedifference between the houses
of the masters or principal men axid those
*Ephe counuqn people is besides being
larger than the others thby have deep bal-
conies on the front side with came seats
like benches and about stay large
barbacous in which they bring to'
either the tribute their people give them
9mazze, skips of deer and blankets of the
country. 'These are like shawls, some of

e & is fm t a 1 eba tt
which by treading out becomes like flax.
The womey yse them to cover themselves
wearing one about the body Amu }he warst
downward and another over the shoulder

'ilt""o'""igh ann ee aheru he no ee
they earry over the shoulder in the same
way, theoing being covered with a brag-
neiro of deer-skin after the fashion of the
woolen breech-cloth that yas once the
custom of Spain. The sking are well dres-
ged the colour being given eg them that is
wished and so perfectly that phen of ver-
million they look like very gue red broad-
cloth and when of black they are of the
purest which as the sort they use fqy phoes,
and the same colors 'are given to the blank~
ets. 'The Governor left Toalli oy the
twenty-fourtlphy of Mareli and arrivedog
thursdayin the evening at .a little stream
whereon a small bridge was made and the
people passed to the opposite side. Beni
to Fernandes a Portuggeper fell off ftom

A short way on by the natue of Aohese the
peopleof which having had no knowledge

c ahs e un gdn na nota e
$1DOng Whom was found one who un ex
stood the youth that was the guide tb Yu
paha which rather confirthed what had bee
stated as th had come through region

e o und thou nages some ofwh o
disastalsea therethe Governor seneto cal

wh no h in he 0 b dw
IVIoat high, powerful and excellent Master

ca tth e thinnge that seldombimp e
then on me and mine the sight of your lord
Whip and people whom we have at no tim
een astride of brutes fierce as are you

horses entering with speed and fury 'int
my countryhavizig no thought of you
-coming, a thing altogether so new that
bore dread and terror to our hearts suc
as it was not nature to resist and receive
you with abe solemnity due to so majesty
and glorious a prince. Relybg on you
greatness and peculiar virtues 1 pot ord
hope that so fault will be fouud in ine bu

ntil the crops had been made and the
rain gathered there were >one who would
ay a thing to him after it became known
hat be had formed the resolution.
L=u.0-in this Cil on the 18th inst., Tito.11-
sa rzMAUnlCE anative of Galway Ireland.
Alay;he rest in peace.

T.LREN up and committed to jail
in er..Ic.hus counry ps a runa way
.1 NEGRO bl.LN
shout ..0 years of age, of yellow
ish c...mplevea treet H suches
gh. Says 1.;s unme is Jack. He is clothed in
Inst hom -lan p.tural...1.u ad a ragge..l negrer
he re 'mMosear\a colu .2.n tu'-
al e.:.uty. The owner is requessed to come
orwar..1, pay expenses anatake him away.
.4. D. ROGER,
gI a In*1 sheriffst. Johns County,
ay ..
.. L .$oPt 1. tit.n to
ugus ine, Fla. the above runaway No .
.1. D. ROLE 10.
sheriest. Johnscounr .


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rm-~L~~m~tCI~m2~YII~L~r~~M~LPEn II~U~U Y~l


ILL len.2Paki.teevery Motujay nigh ar.
unusn apar 80'.1.>eb. (nfr beent valus sy
cars from the West) nrrivin{r in Surried on
heavesusy mornings, connecting with the New
York and Philadelphis steamship and Central
Rail Road el Georgia, also ednectsag in Char-
tton unThan days w b rise v u lane man
speedy andpleneant trip.
Tun NJ will loose Charleston regularly
every Saturd my orningst 0 o clock, commene-
onavlus 5du .,ds>ued n a Bla
at inarmediate landingeon the st. Johnsather
0 Painsks.
Agent-, at Palalka--Trasdale & Reid. ,
** -- Jacksonvolle-Biabe -&.Canag.


Me to I la
Florida for leave to sell the following Bed
Estate of which said John W. McGrabb, "died,
seemed and possessed to wit 8. E. I of See-19
T. 11 R. 14 E. and W. I of See. 20 T. II (L. 14
F. and E. W. J of See. oB and N. E. ( ofBec. 30
oE.P ii s. I id it eCu } of 8 ne
also the W. (of 8. IV. ( of See. 2 and the B. E.
(and E.(ofit. W.") of See. 11 and North Half
of See. 12 T. 3" S. R. 10 E. in LLo County ot'
Hernando-and youthrg severally ened to be
TunTy r8ttle a s nt tk M zi y f
October next to answer to the said POLili0D.
April 14-1860, Sm.
A PMy Necessity.
The following :-rntement speaks for itself:-
(E.vract.) **La biting the kettlegram the fire so
.caught and sealded my hands and person very
severely-one band atmost to a crisp. .The
itorture was unbearable. It war' an awful
e red & e tract 1 epa nud at e ten
It *healed rapidly and leftno year of account.
CHARLESTOSTER, fradd Kirift, PAdadel.
phia.'? It is truly a wonderful article. It will
'eureany ease of swellility, Burns, 15tiff Joints,
Eruptions or Rheumatism. Fof Worses, it
should never be dispensed with, Osie Dollar's
worth of Mustang has frequently saved a valua-
ble horse. It cures Galds Sprains, Ringbone,
Spa.via and Founders' beware of Indrations.
Sold in all partaof the habitable Globe.
ITNES 41 LORK, Proprietors,.Teir-Y k.
Rars cours our or russa nor.iS T(7 DU),

"Costar'a" RatRoach,&c.Extermina-
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
uGostal s" Electrie rowder, for In
sects, &0.
Rala-Roaches-Mice---Moles-Ground Mice-
Bed Bugs-Ame-Aloths-Mosquitoes-Fleas
-Insects on Plants, Fowle,"Animals, Ac., 0.- -
in short, every form and speeles of

10fears established in New York City-used
by the the City Post-OiBee---the City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamers, Ship
H 31 v b

Wililr* Druggists and (Retailers everwhere sell
Wise- wholesale Agents in all the large cities
< so,..
agr* $1.0 sof apuriousMbdi Gone.
age. Addressorders-or for Circula to Dea-
BENRY R, COSTAR, Pnoverral. Dcror,
512 Baosaw.x, (OppositeSr. Nicholas Hoteli)
illa 19-1860. 8m.

.. .

IX months after date, I shall make applica-
tion to the Judge of Probate of St. Johzis
county for a final settlement, and for my dis-
charge as the Administratrizief the of Estate
William Theabolit, de eand, e of unty.
Feb. 18. 1860. Administr .


yd ee neus e
designed, and all pers..ns having claims against
said Estate, will present them duly authentica-
text within the time prescribed by law,4r this
notice willbe plead i bar.
Feb. n 1860. 8 RA E

Bosup on Comet Co.10nSSIONF.RS
ST. JonN Courry
Ta meeting of theBoardorcounty commis-
A se tw ooseso...mes.oir,
41' St. Augustine on the 10th of Aprill860. '
"It was Resolved, That the president of the
is dbe, audis hereby thsoirizeddo Lease:dae
John a frtherermorri% Ye e io ;the
sum of Four hundred dollars, tocosiunence from
the10 of June next, subject however to such
obligation and condition, as the. sai4 Board
shallrequire; the Lessee to charge and receive
ad ago sts shiedmbo@
rear an.1 inani-e to, and be for the special
no a or the Lessee.
Rates of Tall authorged eibe ebarged for
0 ion da # 8.2-3 cent
-2a see hei ith2H esecents.
4 Wheeled Veb1cle with &Borse lt eents.
< Beef Cattle per Head 8 cents, (or any
a Milex cows belong n to the enizens or
he city (free."y
J. L. PillLLIPS,
Pres. Bod*dCou y amis oners
P. S. -The conditiodon.l obligation requir-
ed y e Rdoordeanbe known by application
qirinklBoo. Sm.

May 19-1860. 4 tt.


s 0.> so...

. B. E. CARR,.

Park, Lard, Butter, Pota
B. E. Gang,

there towards the sunrise.was the Province My sister sends me to salute you and to u
he spoke of: the Indians at Patofa said, say that the reason why she has not come g
that they knew dwellings in thatdi- in person is4hat she hah thought to serve s
reaction, but that towards the northwest you better by remaining to give.orders on t
thei*e was a province called Coca, a plghti. the other shore, and t.Tat in a short time
ful country having very large towns. The her canoes will all be here in readiness to
caexque told the Gorbrnor that if he de- conduct you thither where you may take
shed to* go thither he would givehim a Four repose and beobeyed.
guide and Indians to carrf burthens, and The Governor thanked her and she re-
if he would go in thedirection pointed out turned to cross-the nver. After a little
by the youth he would furnish him with time the enoica catasextof the town seated
overy thing for that also. With words of its a chair which certain principal men hav-
love and toodering .each pther services ing borne to the bank she entered Acance.
they parted. the Governor receiving seven Over the stern was qpread as awning and
hundred tlamedles. Hetoqkmaize for the in the bottom lay extended .si anat where
consumption ofifour days and marched by were two cushions one above the other upon b
a road that4gradually became less, until on whichahosate, and wasaccompaniedby hei** I.
.the sixth dagit disappeared. Lead bythe chief men mother canoes of Indians. She s
path they forded two rivers each the approached the spot where the Governor v
breadth of two shots of a crosshow the.wa- wasand being arrited thus addressed hinx: f
ter;coming to.the stimps of the saddles Excellent Lord:
and passing:in a extrrent so powerful,;that Be your .coming to these your shores
-it'became necessary for those on horseback most happy. My ability cap in rid way
to stand one before another that they on equal my wishes, nor stay services become 2
foot w Jking near might cross along above the merited uf so great. a sprinee, neverthe- A
them: then came to another of a more vio-. less good wishes areto be valued more than
lent agrcut. aud larg.:-r which was got over all the treasures of the earth without them;
with niore Jilli.ulty, the horses swinning With sincerest and purest good will I ten-
for a la.uee's lengths the coming out which der you day person, iny Lauds ad my peo-
we into a piue grave. The Governor ple with these small gifts.
presented much clothiqgpithocon-

s in, b ause a th. sl rp onum n dbeancesto me ( the sa t
4' at ke.:I. rest vbere he was its side of the ri er Spo soon as he
to tually for hm at the time ihere mis not oppo .
, another'whom Juan .Ortes understood, or was lodged in the town a great many tur-
he would have beets cast:to ,the hounds. kxes were seat to him. The country was
160 Sqverapr leaving the camp among the delightful and fertile, baymg good mtei--
pinetreca*marched that day with some vaPlands pons d w ut B
cavalry apd infantry five or six leagues tnul'oerr trees The sea was stated to be m
looking for a path, and came back at night 7 G
very castdown not having found any sign distant two days travel. About the place le
.11 inhabitants. The next day there was a from half a league to a league off were n
variety of opinion about the course proper a 1 no eTpf ch ap lex tth
.to take, whether to return.or do otherwise: for a lon time The Indians said that two m
behind them the country through which ears be are therediad been a est in that T
they had come remained exhausted and 7 P t
without maizo, the. grain they had so far land and the inhabitants had moved away o
brought with them was spent, the beasts than is fa c chil>arb o errere M
like the men were become very lean and thread made. from tno bark of trees, and
it was held very doubtful whether relief others pf feathes white, vermillida b
was anywhere to be found. They were. s, grey,
nioreover of opinion that thus marching and yellow, rieb and proper for witter- M
without order should any Indians ventge There were also many well dressed deer
to assailthemthatthrougli'both strife aud; skins hcoloud drawn eor Ath pat us

hunger they could not escape; The Gov- and hose. The caeica observing that the M
ernor determined to send thence in bli di- .
reactions on horseback in quest of babita- Chnstrans valued tbo pearls she told the M
tions, add the next day he despatabed four Governor that if he should, order some (se-
pulebres that were in the town tobe search-
Captains to as many potats' with eight cavo ed he would find many : and if he
alry each .who came back at night leading chose to send to those that were in the un- M
their the bridle unable to carr liabited I be load all hisb
their masters or drivigg th6m before wit in towns me mig orses M
sticks opt-having found a re al nor any with them. They examined those in the
sign of settlempts. He sent other foixr o dsu oundoti rlhdatdNf efif
agate the next day with eight of cavalry babies and birds made of them The e
:apieno, men who couly awiw, that they ?
might press any ponds and rivers iq the ple are brown, well formed and proportion-
se} t r u

by the river, Juan de A'nasco gorag down country according to what the Indians stat-
it, Alfonso Rouio ad Juau.Rodnguez Lo- d had b ulous Itt a eared
billo striking into the country. The Gov- that the at le31oC he Governortopopk ith
ernor had brought thirteen sows to Florida hine ps his guide had heard of it, and what -
which had moreased to three hoodred ifras told him he declared to haveseen,
swine, the maize having failed for and magnified such parts as he those to
three or four days he ordered to be killed suit his pleasure. Ife told him that they
of them for each man claily half a pound of had begun to enter upon the country he
pork, on which stall allowance and some had spoken to him about, and which be-
boiled herbs the people with much dilli- cause of its appearance with his being able to
culty lived. There being no provisions to understand the language of the people gain-
give to the Indians of Patofa they were ed for him some credit. He alsoaskedto be
dismissed though they still wished to keep liaptized that he might becomes Christian.
with the Christana in their extremity and His wish was compiled with he receiving

ho eeatdregarepe aleg in ubad bo the namet of Pe rnotand ther wrne com
de Anasco came 14 on Sunday in the after- Lid enrried until then. In the town were
noon, bringing with him a woman and a found a dirk and beads that had belonged
youth 120 had taken with the report thathe to Christians whom the Indians said had
had found a small town twelve or thirteen many years ago been in the port distant

lp aopjs oe ea swM t ed ne ndubi y a ArnoH e at adAy t a
they had been returned from death to life. came to codiver the land, and on arriving
On Monday the twenty-sixth of April the at the port died when there followed
Governor set out for Aymay a town to divisions,.quarrels and murders among thi
which the Christians gave the name of chief personages as to who should have the
Soeorro. At the butt of a tree in the command, and thence without knowing
camp they buried a paper and in the bat*k anything of the epuntry they went back to
with a batchet they cut these words: Dig Spain. To all it'appeared well to make a
liere at the foot.0f this pme and you will settlengent there, the point being a favora-
find a letter; and this was so fixed'that the ide one to which would come all the ships
Ca tains whp had gone in quest of an in- from New Spain, P.erti, Sunota Marta, and
ha ited country should Jearn what tbo Tierra-Firme going to @pain, because it is
Governor had done and the diredtiodie 4 t d
i 11ad tally. There was no other road thaii e y tl1t:th ra s ppliceoTut So o
the one Juan de A'naseqhadmade moving as it was his object to find another trea-
along through the woods. On Monday the sure like that DEAtabalipe lord of Pa u
Governor arrived at the town With sense of 13 b h d land r
the be mounted all riding the hardest d 1se chant t a gooo them a

t re af ha e w a sir.13i wegliat go li adiaf an e
to travel and his strength held out, A hould th be the Ind a ould
barbacoa was found full of parched meak preciouss oseth h than
ami soute rn our hiawas district t dy it Teea whi h es he ing

d b h loose theirhwe:) andheanswired theih who
e one of whom would say more than a at e urged him to to make settlement thatin all
knew of no other towns. The Governor th h 14
ordered one of them to be turned, and di- oi pts ai go =06 Us sui
n rectly another said that two days jot(rney necessary to return to Ochus there Maldo-
from thebenw rsod eca e nado was to wilit, and shoulddala richer

came up: they had found the letter and counti*y notbe found tu y codul ways
f Do oTn a otd a na ur o ch ho o d2nt

t gained behind, their horses having give natives were asked if they had knowledge
er I dh .jon rr .n as sa r 12 t 1 hg rto which tz
e While they should be coining on he set of a Province called Obiaha subject to a chief
3 for Outifaohiqut, paptonag. three Indiaga Coca. The Governor then resolved at
e in the road, who stated that the mistress once to go .in quest of that country, and
of that county had already information of being an inflexible mari and dry of word who
the Chi-istinus and was waittag for them to although he liked to know what the others

a town: He seat to her by one of then
all thought and had to say after he once
e offering his fnendship and announctug his said a thing he did not like to be opppsed,
e approach. Tde Governor arrived and di- and ais he ever acted as he thought best, all
s ree lby four c oes came towards one *bent to his will; for though it seemed an
- of ich was a kinswoman of the cacion who error to leave that country hell another
t coming near addressed him in these words: about it might have been found on which
m $1xcellout Lord; all the people could have been sustained

o said Dartolo Solana ly ag n *I 8

vil ~ 186 shower st. John Co.
Ap :- 0,
Y Virtue of an Eiecution--issued out of the
rever err in o
e directed anadeliveredinfavor of William B.
iles et. aL vs.RufusA;Sewalland wife, Thave
vied upon"andwill expoisefor sale at Susan-
ah, Breverdcounty Floridaonthe 1stMonday
f .1Inildo859gatdthentu*l OT- ut 4
terest of Eve Thousand three IIqndred and
hirty-three Acces, being the third part-of cer-
ain grantof land containing 16,000 acres more
r in said Brevard county grantedto Samuel
dilteos on hed83aday f Ju 1818 add confirm-
The above sale is postponed until the Ist
londay in May.
The abovesaleis p tponed until the first
ade in June. ..
The abor usale as _Postponed until the girst
h ve sa e is postponed until the first
onday in August.
Theabovesafe go postponed until the firsT
onday fli September next.
The above sales postponed until the first
Monday in October next.
The shove sale is postponed until the first
onday in November next. .
The above sale is postponed until the first
onday in December next. .
The above sale is:postponed until the first
o le>d JiunarjSupsastponed until the iirst
Monday in
The above enle is postponed until abe first
Monday in \pril nest.- -:
se day la ne t
mondaje in June next
wm. B. idla,
March St Acti8n5gd Sherif Breward County.


IRISR(1 BIbne t0 GhrietS10,:


T.11. Chambers. Plano Manu-
(Formerly Duchools & odane wead Dubois,
Warerooma in the "Bible House,'
Cof 8th Street &, 4th At'enne,

N. B -Set dfor it circular, with deser prion of
han ade ounces.

ft5 GrOCerieS.
-IrdBT received a fresh appply of Family Gro-
] eeries at

jon a ne a ..W
n st. George stress, occupied no stay 5--1860.
by n. REYES, to whom applicktion anky im' AMS, Baoon,
made or addhis oilice ticarly.opposite, toes
ApriL 28,--1860; ty. 5---1850.

- -- -- -~- -~ --:L~. Cril .O1PP--II- I*lrl..- -I ~ '"~'N~"-l'' II- ~i*--C-l-~lrr~-- '1-- --r -- ~I---


Merchants Hotels


The subscriber having taken the above well
known and furorho Hotel, would beg leave re-
speetthily to inform the format patrons of the
House, as well as :ho traveling public, that he
has thorouggly repaired and re-furnished it,
and made many changes whick will add to its
comfort as a home, and as nobblic resort. He
we ad also take occasion to assure them that
go effort will be spared out the part of himself
or assistance, to render their sojournat. 0te
tassatand satisfactoi*y.
$ BOARD PER, PAy, $1.50.
of. 145. Sm

e- *

liase been I ad fora it.rm__ol .
arli b3 ubn an e
rmer pro
(ington House Jacksouttle, who again respect-
fully solicits his old tiers.Is and the public I
give him a call. Re will always I..o foun
ready is great them in his usual style.
Jan. 7.

AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
river East Florida is now open
for time eeeption of Boarders.
This lolel bns recently been
built and ne ly furnished. It is on the East
side of the St. Johns river six miles above Pico-

tb g tase d co a R Roand
with St. Angfistine. A line qf stages will leave
St..Atthbzstine every T111xrsday for Tocoiand re-
turning leave Tocoi every Friday until the
Rail Road is corqileted.
Applicants for board wil8 e oo la
Dec. 10 185
To LAc Phydcians of the South rn States.
l aminoir s -ing the trade with p re Cog
nac Brandy, I oules, troth for medxon1 and
r eed cif es a acj G it
the reach of all, under the name of Aromatic
Schiedam Schnapps, and to drive out of the
market the pernicious compound sold as Gin
(Aroughout thequatry, ledmanyleading drug-
gists, apothecaries and medical siton, for sonie
years pasttosolicitmeto pursue the same
course in regard to the article of Brandy. I
should have complied with these requests from
all gugreers long ago, but was deterred from it
by the fact, that owing to the exorbitant priect
of Brandyin Tranceeonsequent upon the short.
ness of the grape crop for some yeard, there
wasno chance of my being able to import the
chdicest Brandy. bottle it and sell it, as mode-,
rate price. Fortunately for me, the grape crop
for the last and previousyear(and the prospect
v die a a 2ar f priceyeof 8Bn

#wed, anodn B nde so loa arnr ces
with f>ur Brandy exporters in France, df the
Ing mest repoutehe 0 jacr gi T
am bottling and belling as Wolfe's Genuite Co-
gnaoBrandy. Iguaranteewithm seal,1sbels
sud certificates,'the Brandy so bottled by me
as the pure, unadulterated article, and it will
befoun h sam ci a.dever(hy
been a matter of universal complailit, that n
tuttle of pure, unmixed French Brandy, was
very daticult to obtain, and the purchaser, nine
times in Len, was deceived with a vile manufac-
tgred imitation. Of all descriptions of ardent
spirits, Brandy, from its high price, hall been
the one artick that mixers and sellers have
turnaid their attezition to, and millions of gal-
ogs of the so-called French Brandy have been
scattered annually throysph the land, and have
been the primary, cause of murders, suicides,
cruelties and crimes, and have sent thousands
tosn early grave, self-destroyers, from delirum
tremens, mania-a-pota and horrors, names uit-
Icnk)wn, until unprincipled men began to make
Ingddelung e...mpoundy and sell it as the pure
French Brandy.
The virtues of pirre French Brandy need not
be told by me. They are. known throughout
the world as a medicine or mild stimulant. It
is, as the Tre4ch nation poetically call it "Eau
de vie," the estate of life. But, this applies
to it only when pure and unadulterated. Man-
ofactured wub lbe fea rfulingredienta that make
a good imitation, it becomes a death drink to
innocent lenu of thousands of our rpee. To
remedy a fearful esti, I have commenced iin-
porting' Brandy, bottling is, and selling it as
Wolfe'ik Genuine Cognac Brandy." JE am
'd" om uggtistsan
go.* medical purposes.
No. 22 Beaver Streel New York-
Il@,. Agents in New Orleans: E. J. Hart SE
v Co., A, D. Grief A: Co.) J. T. Moore & Co.
Np. Sm

UST discharged from Sch.Adratiefrom New

ple ki too so O Be 2a crisis
Crackers, B. E, CARR.
Dec. 17 '

FRIRily flORY.
T'AHR ANTED W}dte Extra for Family kxse

'}.2? "" "Yo'Wafo.

HOICE bunch RaisinsCitr n, Onrrants,
dried lassor & Pre e esn G 8
Nut PSea bluts, English alnuts, akordN ta.

Ifadelebly Ink*
LACK. nitRed Ink. Letter, Noto;and 8ta-

- __ -i----i i

an. serioot near me care o,
Misses Mather & Bfown willo on
on Thursday the 18th of Oct@er
for a session of ten months. Instructions will
be given in English (including higher Mathe-
matics,) Latin, French and Music.
St, Augustine In'y 28, 1850. -

K ERO 8 ENEOl 1.. I

(Esthustry 1854.) ,
Announce that, having made great improve-
ments in the manufacture of Kerosene, they are
now enabled to offer it to the Trade at
The attention of customers is respectfully
called to the subjoinedetable, the result Of a
photometrical ozamination, by Ed'ct N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chpmist, and dated Feb 8,



fierosene. Kerosene. 13.6 0
Canaphone. Cung.Leae. 5.025
Whnlo Oil Solar 1.592
LadB/- Solid. 1.6-10
Sperm Oil. Solar. 2.020 '
r- c c.
]krolog Fluid Large M ick. 00.3
0 O

o a
o .
cy a a
2.435 $1 00 .$4 10
1.299 68 4 85
883 1 00 12 <00
706 1 25 17 79
850 2 25 26 47
800 87 29 00

Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, filled, on application to
98 Pourl Street, N. Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale Druggiai=., Cinq.1s..nt- 1 n.] Burn-
mg Fluid.11anufa..rusers and Walers in Larups.
N- .B.---- KEROSENE is the tro, t, -
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cautioned against using the
said trade-mark for other oils.
Oct. 15. Sm

TAKEN up and committed to jail
in St. Johns county as arunaway
about 50 years of age, of yellow-
ish complexion 5 feet 1).inches
high. SayslaisnameisJack. Heisclothedin
blue homespun pantaloons and a ragged negro
cloth jitchet. He says that he was Ulst ownedby
the estate of Abraham Bessent, deceased, of 1)u-
val county. The owner is requested to come
forward, pay expenses and1ake hiift away.
heriff St. Johns County.
1\lay 28.

_ _"' "

_I___~I___~_ I

JE Call at the new Storo under the Ma-

ARINA, Corn Starch, Lemons, Graham
Crackers Sago, Tnpioca, Mlaccaroni, Yeast
Powders, Hops, 80da,Creaml Tartar.
Jan. 21. B1. E, CARE.

onIC handE, and fr sl, BlquPorsfthe ,
BiLonon Dockp Brndpey, vintgage 1848,
Blker rye Brandy, CognaeBany Gbon&

Sons' Family; Chlfske, PDureaonugahela lthis- s
key Odin Boubos TChairskeRc. hse
Amerian.8 Gin Pur .E Rm chido Ao-

maicBAR Chrps adiers, Wnin, Sorry Wirne
Car Saret~ Winens, of th best, hand, such oas e
Juloin, CataiclnLios, aland avorne Aine

aPoreCrl~s, of~lS th Phraxrands, Sog-
ton's Bitlaters, COrgca &a. tbls &c.itr $
)3 Dred Fuite~: BCE.BCRAVO
Feb '1

_____ _1_~__~1_ _

_~I~ _C41~


-This Company Insures Buildings, Merclian-
"le, nd Aen algobess n Port, Hotuse-
generally against Losq or Damage by fire.
JOSIATI W. BAKERPresid..r.t.
JOHN LODINE, Vice President.
ww. JAwAur, secretary.
"so. n. rAxnsAlens
Agent, St. Augustine.
June 25.


am now prepared to offer to iny old friends
of this Ancient city and St Johns county a
most splendid assortment of fall and winter dry
goods at very low prices for .cash or city ac-
ceptances at sixty and ninety days credit with
approved endorsers. Orders from my country
friends accompanied with the cash will be
promptly attended to with great care and atten-
tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser.
n, conner, reienas mn, =>, avon it if they
sea me orders for ar, soons ene sse, win we
put up with great care and attention to give en-
tire satisfaction to the purchaser. AH amounts
purchased at this house over twenty dollars
wili be allowed alive per cent. of, for cash.-
You have. here a list of a fevi of my largeas-
sortment of goods *
o .
DR Y GO 03 &
conelsling or Freneb head Cloth, Doe 1.18 085-
Ameres. Pilor Cloth, Satinetts and K. Jean

grey Blakers, negro blankets, English Meri-
noes, Makkaw Blanhas, Negro Kensey, Heri-
maeb Prints, Leaks 00.1 misses Hose, Gents
Merino under Suns, Fauev Cooks, Mourning
Delains, Gents Merino hall'Hose, French and
English Cainbricii, Red and Wlfite Flannels.

000 ASSOrtmept



8 selling Kerosene Oil $1.75per Gal
crushes18ugar 12 1-2
Brown do: 10 per lb.
Steam do. 11 per lb. -
1 f oe{ $1, 1-4 lb.
dea smi ICandle a :18 or16;

.For sale in St. Augustine ly
April 14-1860
lar varied y of Toys for th II 1da5y0

seasosoorra wrown,
E A 15 T II*O 19 W, .
808 "Broadwas 'New York, ''4
After May let, 1860 at 601 BROAD WAY, two
doors from the St. Nicholas Ilotel.

teach@n ,Tnote inibg mig ruirnelirbin
of modern inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none son
inselligner, pose (pp neducaled, to acknow-
ledgeits worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, andf it muse
And will penetrate <.very where,
It presents to .your view every part of the
workl, in sil the relief, boldness, perspective,
and elarpuess of di-rail, as if you were on the
Photographers are everywhere exploring
,u Als ,eAfricai, meract ne6searcI {ht
skill are constant enriching our dock
We have no imLense rnriely of paper Views
of Mones in Paris, London, England, Scosinnd,
Lyland Wales, France, Delgium, Holland,
Switzer and, Time Rhine, Yere.xilles, St. Cloud
1 L.1 ud3nil r p81 3 2
Falsoe--also Groups Historiod, amusing, mars
ringe sense, breakfast scenes, picales, statu-.
ar>, ,im., ke. An exquisite assor.lment of-Ills.,
minated luteriors at Palaces, Churches, and
Cathedrals of France, Italy, ke., &0. The of-
Is:Lt OL (laese illuminated views hx most rentark-s a
1:lery gentleman of wealth and relined 'l(ainto
ab.:.uld have in his drawing rdom some ol" our
esqui lroriews <.0 glnseivisha revolvingsteredy
scope. showing 12, 23,50or 100 scenes. Noth-,
ing can he more fascinating, alone can offer
no greater treat to a friend fund of the pictu.
reque and the beautiful.
Anthony In=tant--ne-mus SlerPOEcope VieWS
are the listest Photograplaic wonder. 'A'hey ary
taken in the fullieth part of a second, and every,
thing to matter Low rapidly at may be moving
is depicted as shai ply and clistinctly as if h had
been perfectly at rear. TIns gives sn additional
I value, for to the beautagg of inanimage nolure it
adds the charm of the and moon. 'the pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known la Exitope, we recove from London and
fi's1 ge orders fT An@do a Instanianeop
Among, ather things we have ju published
Stereoscopic Illustrations of the Scene of th)
vanon street rrayer meense., in uses me ,
hearts feel an mterest. TI e pan-lic nLars of this
willbefotinv iso 190 mLspricea little
forwarded to any address ou receipt of a.stAmp.
Parties at a distance sendhig us $3, $i', 61.1,
$15, $20, or $?5 dan have a good instrument
and such pictures as key ul, squal, .sent by
f """fone, (vRhout instrument) can to
Par les do u?-sh to be advised of everyll ing
really rain ide so she line that comes out, may
C nal us their names to place on record, RDd Wh
will keep them posted at our own expen-e.
Men of leisure will iind 1"ual .gr 9 hy a most
th. cinati1n a tle so .ve sch
necessary4or their success together w is h in-
structious '*HOw to take Stereoscople Pictures. '
Troporter ar.4 Manarnetin-er of 11. tographie
1 .t ul oweco--capes:.url in-room- pio l ic.w r .
.elulous i.-,sco < -ry scuise ot' ite,
roll a 1 an -
...n -er -= .er ,v in nine e*, to aim
ac....lo w 11 1.0 int.c all.
To Pho aagrapha r.1.-fly t e...s a
.-terro.cople Fog.rrive unuk-II.
so.,n.,,..o.,,s ...........,0, no
of Neith.e
Mar. -br
1:TP.\ol:DIN.)1.1 8.168 0?

ra. v., sc.,., s..,se ,wa noneer in ^=-
gust next, before the Court Housein the
city St. Augustine, the following- property or
so much thereof as will pay the State andgounty
Taxes and expenses due thereon for the year
1850, by the heirs of Mrs. Lawrence, to wit:
the undivided half of a tract of land situated on
the North river libottt 16 miles North of St.
An an ,n un e on cehe on ib en d
East and West by public lands, and South by
tract oneonardy and publiciands. Being sec.
02 of T. 5. S. R. 29 E. and according to the
Government surveys containing 1,185.94-1000
acres. The whole of said tract has been here-
tofore assessed to Wm. Travers.
A. D. ILOGERO,;Sh'ff & Ex-off. Tax.
Assessor & Collector St. Johns Coung
Jan.7,1860. .

TRE 00118010/8. 8810.
ILL he sold, on the first-Monday of May
next, before the Court Houise door in Sti
Augustine, the .following property to pay the
Stateaudcounty taxesqud expensesditethereon
for the yesil859, by the herrs of DeFongeres,
to wit: a Lot opposite 3. E. Carr's store; a Lot

N e E oL Iad-
Tax Aits a at r & Colictf or, 8. J. G.
The above anie is for line purpose of perfect-
ing abe titles.
s a P. B. DUALIS, Agent'
---- 4'AX--COLL.Bi)TOR'S SALE.-
ILL be sol..l. before the Court House door
in Enterprise on the first Monday of
June nest. Le following property,* or so
g, h thereof, as will pay the Suite and
county taxes 40.1 expense = We rh.:rs on for abe
year 1859, by the heirs ofDe Fougers, to will
One thousand Acres of land, North of New
Smyrns, bounded NortlL by Qrmpnd's lands
South by Dummett's, East by the river, West by
public lands,
Tax Collector ofYOlusts County.
The above sales for the purpose of perfeet-
ing the title,
Nov.12 P. By DUMAs, Agent,

Bg( ROlde,


66 R8a"
Four Horse Troy Qoaches, Caritages and Light
Wagons, aliconnecting with the several
Conveyances always in readiness n alling ar-
rivals. Durance li ales; Time. 8 Laurs-
Arrivals and Departures fre:.m Charleston -
a week-Everglado, a in Savannah. Oxf oll-
And Savannah-Sna h$ St. Mhry's, inlim I
direct.. And Enterprize, up the River Pa-
laths, Steamer Darlington, Saturdays'
N. HENRY, Proprietor.
St. Augustine.
0 8 H APITAL >
$200 000.

a >


( AA E .

a hery ut traudb & odHerchant shoulodmkeeh
proflpt that accrue from its sales, but as an act, of
o asurer a man Itowilldbe

.For salein St. Augustine by
13. E. CARE

"]["A Ts TES *
$"@750 DEMELA"-
55 5 Og Ag 5 HU E116HY8lk.s v.

pg V g ryg n
.7 & Jt'
118HIOil f iltS.tile 187-

geSf, SR 0 Of RDy 818.
diO BO R the W Okid.

100,000 packages
ri n 1
8018 IR WOOYgla ana

BOHill CRPolinR ill

four teen nionths. It

- is we rt" anted to
Gilf6 I ftO 011$

RY8 fOllowed any

ORSO Of y spepsia,

11 V.0 ? ISORSP,

Jaun dice General

D b'lit Pal -
ex y, pita
I10 II, GilrOHiO DIRP*
rhtea Giddiness
9 9
Depressed Spirits,.
.I.aOSS Of Appet ite,

Pain isrtheMide an
Back. It is special

UIR 0 OOmplaints it


hf Of EOrlR ill Fe-
exales of a Thin and

E very invalid

should try one

g R ,
HT HT DTTO0 It, [th
Usus MDAou a vth
863 Broadwas, Nilw York. .
For tak in St. Augustine by
April 14---1860.

EGETABLES, Peas, Corny &0. Ro.

April34--1860, 3, E. CARE,



13, E. CARR,

April Il4--16.

gas gas

- reoo mou

Fon ORicHRAI, DisEAsEs.


mY Aug

rearr a cata

BANonar '


E *
BEroAll TEI a

A G Doc a BUJ.,.
S A BIG DOGrolya

nts No B.19 T.1ETE.
HAS No BaD rate,
abq-o) 13 m '
.- --

la in Ag
me OF
Wrmo Loss TIMg

wrra as mounts,




6 0 LDL 0 0 K ETS
A Gold Pene with Gold Pen attached,
F or $5. O 0! ,
A rnovmm To has funcussia
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $8.00.
FTER Two Yest's'profitable experience iq
our present mode of disposing of our Jews
elry, &c., and from the universal anti-fnesion
even to cusonave wronisease sense, we
take pleasure in saying that we put consider
ourbusinessfhirlyangpermanently a stabitshed.
We wishibunderstood that this is No Lottery,
but a, thir and legitimate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the value of his or her money if
each, which caiinot behouglyt at any recall strare
for 4he saineprice; and in addition to the pur- .
chase, each person receives- a Psemium of Jew-
elry, less in value than $2, audit may be worty
$8, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 80, 50, or even $300!
We propose to let a person know what Pres
mium he wE receive'beforesendIng his money.
Ally Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the
above articles, captirst send itatheir name an.
address, stating whether they ifant the Peticil
and Fea, or Looket, and we will make il ely
selection, akdiuformthembyreturn mail wlzar,
Prindum they are LATO (60 privilegO Of ECnding for it if they
an?"'lift!"'"'lihWif50"4'" abo2
purchaser can sell or trade the shore armles
for all they cost him and retain the Premium
lf, however, any person shordd (eptdisposet
to send us thezr monebin advance, they can
r b d9ka, previous pi ph as though
Any person sending us $25 for our gootle will
et und Premium, free.
ot* uU parac are send to a Peictand Per
Among oar Prendums are airticlesmilable for
unions sensemen, wasna
Gentleanen's Gold and Bilver Watch.
es, Gold Yest and Guard Chains,
son amove aston., com
Go p n at Gi intga
Pins, Gold Rings, ac. Ac.
Font Aviss,
Wehave"GoldwatchesFlorentineMosaloG Stone. Ameo, Garnet and Coral Breast-Pine
aud Ear Rangs. Gold Dracelets, Gold Sleeve
P s el, I 8, $ oz a
co ep u le references given.whenever
N. B.-Id sending your names, write, the
State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid
lettere being mas a se1.ANG LE & 00