St. Augustine examiner

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


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Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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Loving All-Father! at the close of dity, *
My work and duties done, to Theelpral

With folded honel b nI w my'head,
Aqd ask Thee, LBrd, ere T retire to bed,
My soul to keep.
The sins ad failing of the day now past,
The shadowron my soni Ass:hey have east,
Do Ty forgive

WitifTheofolive. b-'
hatever@OPPOW I this dayh4yeknoWH,
I spread it now, O Lord, befa's Thy throne;
'Oh, succor itend Y
I would beneath Thy dhasteninghandbe still,
And meekly be a Thy sovereign will'

And how, with folded hands upon my breast,
At peace with Thee 11sy me down to rest
Rt angels guardP e rough the darksome
night -
From troubled dreams, until the moyninglight
Its beams shall shed:
Evening Prayer.
In the quiet grandeur of a city home,
'Mid sculptured statues rare,
A little child at her foother's knee,
Knelt for her evening prayer.
searce three short years had rolled away *
since love firston her smiled;
And life had been one summer day,
The settingsun's last parbug beans
Gleamed through the curtain'sfold, -
And rested on her snowy brbw>
Like a wreath of shining ggld'
Upon her breast her waxen hknds -
were crossed with careless grace,
And a light as from the better land>
Illumed her child-like face.
Her prayer breathed forth a simple trust,
And not a boding fear;

MFax ciane oct e ievisen all is dark,
She sought her dainty, anoivy couch,

As to sle 011 morni gdBgl y guard
Ilis little lamb tornight.
Oh for swetet NeHic haunl0e trust,

To gk as through ife's thorny path,
And o'er the stream of death.
THE TELTE ISDOM.-A man may know
all about the rocks, and his heart remain as
hard as they are;. a man may know all
about the winds, and be the sport of pas-
sions as fierce as they; a man xual
know aH about the stars, and his fate be
the meteor's, that, after abriefaird brilliant
career, is quenched in eternal night; a man
may know all about the sea, and his soul
resemble its troubled waters, which cannot
rest; a man may know how to rule the
spirits of the elements, yet know not how
to rule his own; a man inay know how to
turn aside the flashing thunderbolt, but
not the wrath of God from his own guilty
heady he may kpow all t.hat La Place knew
-all that Snakespeare kne>w-all that
Watt knew-all that the groutest geniuses
have known; he may know all mysteries
and all knowledge, but if he does not know
his Bible, what shall it avail? I take try
stand by the bed of a dying philosopher, as
wells of a dying iniser, aird alik of the
world's wisdom as of the world's wealth,
*What shall it profit, a man if he gain the
whole world and lose his own soul ?
I despise not the lights of scionee; but
they bure in a dying chamber as dim as
its candles. They cannot penetrate the
mists of death, nor light the foot of the
weary traveller on his way in that valley
through which we have all to pass. Corn-
mend me, therefore, to the light which
illumineathelast hour of life; commend
me to the light that, can irradiate the face
of death; commend me to the light that>
when all others are quenced, shall guide
Iny foeo to th portals of tht) blessed orkl

need of the moon, and no need of an

""jedhi sefor G do nd recalantath a
to climb the steeps of fame; brother, sister
put your feet upon the ladder that ,scales
the sky, nor mind though your lyrows are
never crowned with fading hava, if you
win, through faith in Jesus, the crown of
eternal life.
Transported for life,----The man that
1 inarries happily.


telligtS$lle (. 0111500..7111.'



EN2'S Will be lingered Outhe
following terms:
One Dollar lier square, of twehfe lines and
under, for the firatinseroxon, and Seventy-Five
ce of ea ha >seque atduertil ited to the
space contracted for. All contracts shall be in
writing tating deAnkely the nad tiof the
unne.r Ic 22... idith he businesS0 all.

adr dEl no so tr et 1 .excess of
All advertisements not marked with the num-
pr of insertions requived, .wiR be continued
un eA charged for all an..
souncemeluts of Candidates for ODice, in ad-
tract advertisements payable quarterly;
advertisement flym straggers and transient
per s, p able a ancde. All others willbe
pus square, for six months $10 08
ci e r ifp ininistra- 10 00
wa - - - 5 00
Naticie to Debtoldsba & editorsdmi is- .00
tratr - -loon
5 Il bill or Job inning, must be paid


9,-,& ..cost over:.1r a way -1
the spare change like a
merciless showanon everY IB
body must have a nesy I at if he
caubmard it, and every body must know all
o in lues vojri lats so .from a nove.pipe donate ac ee-'?' ..
frims, thors name, Rouar home an-t n
Brims at all, Bearer.-Caeimer Hugh attd velve
agq II'ikes enjen 1 la a Mb'
pnd Tip Top, in fact every thing ever worn
from Noah's da ohwn to oi It! e man who
ph ny 1 pt its as. T, syELSON,

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APATRIoTIC P.RAYEa---The daily ses- common*country.
sions of the Charleston Convoution, were And now unto Thee, O Cod, who hast
nponed with two.,-<-r by the resident Clergy- permitted us to corite unto has and to
men. On the adorning 'of April 27th, ask and expect everyneed leasing; and
,when the pl..spects for unifodaction looked: to Theef) 806 and Holy Spirit, we will
discouraging, and the hopes of many hearts useribe present and everlasting pralises.-
for the unity and chtinued success of dur -Anica.
institutions were desponding, the following ..
aJ.1rees to the Thrune of Grace, by Rev. One Kazi's Misat attotlaen's Poison,
Dr. Smyth, of the Presbyterian church, The substance Which us.urishes one jini-
had a most happy effort, tind appeared to mal afords mi nourishmons for another,
reas urand gi e tunikience to thysigrub uor allanytabled"autritivocquivalents"

putedevoti n, ould God a lodgment in composition, when caperience tells as tbac
OVOTy16&?\ WO might entcitaiU IDOreased it does not nourish, in virtue of some de-
liope for the continued success of our system festive relation between :t and the organ-
of government: ism. That one man's meat is another mati's
O God, who art a spirit, infinite, eternal poison," is a proverb of strict v&racity.-
and unchangeable in Thy being, wisdom, There are persons, even in Europe, to whom
power, holiness, justice, goodness, and a mutton chop would be poisonous. The
truthswo adore Thee as the God of crea- celebrated case of Abbe de Villedieu is a
tion, providence and grace; the high and rare, but not unparalled example, of ani-
mighty ruler of the universe, who reiguest mal food being poisonous; from his earliest
over the annies of ileavou and amongst the years his repuguance to it was so decided,
inhabitants of the earth. We adore Thee that neither the entreaties of his parents
as the God of order, from whom proceeded nor the inenaces of his tutors could induce
all wise counsels, and all prudent and effee- him to overcome it.- After reaching the
Live measures. We rejoice in the assurance age of thirty, on a regimen of Legetable
that government is the ordinance of God, food, he was over persuaded, and tried the
and thathy Thee rulers rule, counselors effect of meat soups, which led to his eating
dooree justice, and citiseus are enjoined both mutton and beef; but the change w'as
obedience, in order that Thy people, may fatal; plethora and sleepiness intervened,
live quiet and peaceable lives in all good- and he died of cerebral inflammation.
noss and honesty. We bless Thee for the Irr 1844 a French soldier was forced to
institutionunder Thy fostering care, of quittheservice because and disgust to-
the government of these IT ited States> wards auimals food. Dr. Prout whose tes-
and for all the wisdoup, patriousin and vulpr timony w..I be more copyinoing to English
by which it was carried on to its glorious readers,.knew a person on whom mutton
consummation, and by which it has boon acted as a poison..
advanced to its present height of prosperity gle could not eat mutton in any form.
and progress. And now O God, forsake
hot Thy heritage. I)woll in our land and 'Phe peculiarity was supposed to be owing to
make us that happy people whose God is a caprice, but the mutton was repeatedly
disguised and given to him unknown; but
the Lord. We have confidence in lookiu unto Thee as the arbiter of its present uniformly with the same result of produe-
destinies, and in imploring Thy q.athsu..2 'ng vi leu an a a. .
benediction and preserving care;
were in feet those of a virulent poison,
Bless, O God, we besecoh Thee, the there can be little doubt thatrif the use of
President, of those United States: his Cabi- mutton had been persisted in, it would
net; our National Legislature of both Holises; soon have destroyed the life of the indivi-
our Supreme Judges; all our State Legis- dual.,,
littures and Legislators; and the Jul 'bs and 31r. Peroira, who quoted this passage,
-other rulers in every State of our great adds. "I know of a gentleman who has

o 1 in I obe u I fat isO repeatedly had an attack of indigestion af-
al Convention And as Thou art leased ter the use of roast mutton. Some per-
to represcot tl yself as the father of lights oil u
and fountain of all wisdom, so that if any .
ulan lack wisdom, he is encouraged to ask inflammation if thov eat cherries or goose-
of God who giveth to all men liberally, to berries. Hahn relates of himself that
bestow upon them that wisdom which is seven or ought strawberries would produce
profitable to direct and thoroughly furnish convulsions in him. Tissat says he could
afor every good. We besecoh Theisto shed never swallow sugar without vomiting.-
abroad in this Convention during the deli- Many persons are unable to eat eggs, and
berations of this day, the spirit of wisdom, cakes or puddings having eggs in their
of power, and of a sound mind; the spirit composition produce serious disturbances
which is ure and eaceable; the s irit of in such persons; if they are induced to eat
blisci-etionp modern ion and forbearance them under false assurances of no aggs
Preside over them, and do Thou, O God, having been employed, they are soon na.
who rules over all heitrts, rule in every deceived by the unmistakable effect.
heart here present, add dispose to suob Under less striking forms this diference
counsels, and such conclusions, and such in the assimilating power of differed hu-
determinations, as Thou will ratify and man beings is familiar to all. We see our
make effectual to their destined purpose. friends freely indulging, with benefit in-
We pray, O God, that Thou wilt be with stead of harm in kinds of food which, ex
this Convention until it shall have closed perience too painfully assumes, we can eat
its Sessions, and that Tlion wilt overrule ivith only certain injury. -To this fact the
their individual and differing views, and attention of parents anot guardiaas would
bring them to unity of counsel arid pur- sericudy be given, that by it they may
pose. And' when Thou shall have le learn to avoid the petty tyrampy and folly
them to a happy and harmonious conclu .of insisting on children eating food for
sion of their present deliberations, secure which they have a manifest repugnance a
to them union, co-operation, energy, deter. mere caprice to cindemn it as "stuff and
minationand triumphant success in that nonsense," when he refuses to eat fat or
contested dainpaign through which they to eggs, or certain vegetables, .and awholse'
pass in this crisis of the Republic. Wilt some puddings." Noty even capfice in
Thou. O God, grant that hope may prevail such matters shoiild not be altogether
<;ver every feat, and that no patriotic heart slighted especially when it takes the form
maybeleft to despair for the Republic, ofrefusal;becausethiscaprice is nothing
but hope on, and hope unto the end. We less than'the expression of a particular and
beseech Thou, O God, to bring every coun. temporary state of his organism, which we
sel of Ahithophelto nought, and that peace, should do wrong to disregard. And when-
unity and concord maje prevail. May th.e over a refusal is constant, it indicates a
spirit of Washington animate his children. positive unfitness in the food. Only a

pa 1 n to w ewh hm de gross noranceof siology----anig once
and enable them to transmit the heritage that boopse a certain article of food is
which has come down from Their patriot wholesome to many it unist necessarily be
fathers, secured by their blood and treasure, wholesome to alL Each individual organ'
to their children, that undei* the wide ban- ism especially different from every otherT
ner of our glorious- Constitution they may Blacksoood. *
continue from .generation to generation,
will ines easing millions, and ever aug- Miir* A lady has.recovered $10,000 from
mending glory, to worship the God of their the Boston and Worcester 11ailroad for the
I rathers, open the common after of their tea of a leg.

Little Acts Well Performed.
1s daylight can be seen through very
small holes, so .little things illustrate a
person'scharacter. Indeed, character con.
aists idittle acts well and honorably per:
formed; dairy life ,boing the. quarry from
which we buildit up, and rough-.hew e
habits that from is One of thh most
marked tests of character is the manner in
which we conduct towards others. A
graceful behavior towards risperiors, in-.
feris..cs and equali, lau constaut source of i

gives ten-t"c.ld more, pleasure to.unrselves.
Every Win mily to large extent be a self-
ehearc.1 in guod behavior, as in everything
else. He can be kind and civil if he will,
though he have not a.penny in his purse,
.Gentioness ig society is like he silent in-
fluence of light, which gives color to all 88.
ture; it is far morepolverful than noise or -
forea, and, far more fruitful. It pushes
its way silently.and persistently, like the
tiniest daffodil in spring, which raises the
clod and thrusts it aside by the siinple
persistency of growing.
Morals and manners, which give color to
life, are of greater imports ce than laws,
which are but one of their inanifestations.
The law touches us here and there, but
manners are about us, pervading society
like the air we breath Good manners, as '
we call them, are neither more or less than
good behavior, cousisting of ;courtesy .and
ting element iu ail kinds c.2mutually bene-
ficial and pleasant intercourse among hu
man beings. "Civility," says Lady Mon.
tague, "costanothingandbuyseverything.";
"Win hearts," said Burleigh to Queen =
Elizabeth, "and you have all men's hearts .
and purses." If we would onlvlet nature act I
kindly, free from affectatiM and artifice,
the results on social good-humor -and hap.
pines would be incalculable. Theun-bred
ness is of no exclusive rank or station,
Robert Burns was once taken to task by a
young Edingburgh blood .with whom he
ivas walking, for recognizing an honest
farmer in the open street. "Why, you
Fantastic gomeril," exclaimed Burns, "it
was not the great-coat, the scene bonnet>
and thetSaunder abt as t n e

man, sir, for true worth would weigh down
you and me, and ten more such any day,"
There may be homeliness in externals>
which may seem vidgar to those who can-
not discern the heart beneath, but the
right-minded character will always have its
clear insignia. .

master-spirits of the age are carrying on
,their investigations, at one time up am dat
the milky way, and at another ..within the
bowels of the earth, and at.another among
the hieroglyphies of old Egypt and its older
schools, sparing no labor, referencing no
opinions, ca i for no consequences whicl1
'nay e en upon any corye mora s,
or upon the most ancient of our theological-
creeds-a they are doing andlatdaring all

re NC erfest] un inbe la ni d
composure and lofty anticipation you may
possess your souls, assured that- ultimately.
by what it proves and by what is leaves un-
pruved, overy science will do its homage to
re relation as to the great harbinger, of its
sublimest discoveries, the venerable ever-
lasting Oracle of universal truth,

POIqTENESS A'f HOME.1---Always speak
with politeness and deference to your pa-
rents a.nd friends. Some children are po.
The and civil everywhere else except at
home; but theie (hey are coarse and rude.
Nothing sits so gracefully upon ekildren
nothing makes them so lovely, as habitual

r ieanadd a ds e portment town 8
plainest face beautiful, and gives to .every
inmon action a nameless but peculia

-"My son, hear the instruction of thy
father, and forsake not the low of thy
mother{for they shall be an ornament of
grase-to thy head, and chains of gold about
thy neck.''-PROYERES, i.-8, $.

ag.. If a young woman does not wish to
harden her lover's hears, why does she steal

A KlD*Of. i ED SO C'YT08pon-
dent of the Chicago Journal of the 2ltis
relates the- following feat of stre gth to
whichhe was witness
"On Sunday last, about and o'chick IL
m., esthe train westward was within three
or fout miles of Chicago, cit the Fort
Wayne rgad. a horse was discovered on
the:stilt work and between the rails. -The
train was stopped, n,4.woi'kmen were sent
to clear the track. It wee theri discovered
that the body of she .94

to inch the ground. Boards and fails
were rous t and the onen spnee in from
of the horse filled up, Making a plank
road for him in case he algould be.- ot a
8 Pr..
and by means of ropes one of his fore feet
was raised, and there waiters e-une to a
halt. 1 It seeined, that to strength or stra-
tagem could availto release the animal.-
Levers of boards were splintered and the
mes tugged at the ropes in vain; when a
passenger who waglooking quietly on, step-
ped forward leisurely, slipped off a pair <,f
tinted kids, seized the horse by the tail,
and with- tremendous forced burled him
forward upon the-plank road. No one as-
sited, and Indeed the wholethingwas done
so.quickly that assistance was impossible.
The horse walked $why, looking foolish-and
casting.suspicious side glances towards his
caudal extremity. The lookers-on laughed
and shouted, while the stranger resumed
hiskids, infittered something about the
inconvenience of railway delays, lit a cigar
and walked slowly into the smoking ear.-
He was finely formed, of muscular appea-
rance, was very fashionably dressed, wore
amoustache and whiskers of an auburn 4
color, and to all questions as to who he was
only answered that'he was a Pennsylvanian
travelling westward for his hoshh. The
borse would certainly weigh at least, twelve a
e most perfectly hopeless and.paralysing
circumstances in the relations of the South
to the North, says theRichmond.Despatch,
is its inveterate deterdnation not to manu.
facture, for itself, but to look to the North
for everything rather than lift its little
finger to supply tlie smallest of its own

wilhstandin all th
ta g e -clamor about
Iso hek an es6w
Orleans Pica u b
of shoes from B sto thte uthe exports
showa, co'asiderabl erri States
three mouths over teh cor soofor thee &
of 1859. If the trade of thp Southp with
the ringleaders of North aboli
plus increases it Bril $1081818
that with other 8 to int not to suppose
If the South with th id bef a
h th, e ev ence ore ite
eyes t at e money it paya, for shoes is

tees t in eo shed its own blood,
direction it is ostero t in e same
appeals to its re or in re t pect that
its self-indul at and Jaf I ang
isuotonlyin into ho5e able 4
keture for itself, but thpas its will, bu
other markets, of honest and elegans ork-
men, such, for example, as the French,
who, by mikingproper arrangements could
supply all our wants. The French are our
old allies, they-^have mod$1ed rely little
withabolition; 2 they dg pot make shoes
with brown paper inad clip sales;
therefore, the French need not expect sup,
port in the Solith.
The pleasure season being at and, there
ivill be, of course, a universal stampede to
the North. Unfortunately, there are no
springs in the South, no mountains, ph
salt water. All our own swans are geese
alltheabolitiongeeseare awans.----Lefus
hasten and reader the annual fleece to New
Eugland shepherds.
&&* Not km ag na village i B

walking oade roof of a house. Tuquiry

li me, e 16ti af a
thatsbehad risen from a six bed, dre5EOR
herself, and gone by a window to the rolif.
All endeavors to persuade her to come down
by the way she had ageerided proved^ fruit-
less, TWO slaters were sent to bring, her
down, but beforehey i*eached her alie
lea ed of.-Sti*adge to say, she but
lit$e injured by the full, as her ednoline
had swelled oaka.nd diminished the voly
. sity of her deseqnk











Jan. 7. .














E. 11EDDOUGH, at the old stand qf Du-
pont, corner of 'Ikensury Lane announces
smr to saj1 0 emiej7 n a an e
yith the good taste of thss market ang it'will
& iPw of a ex 0tioch a
will be a pleasure to show the goo4s. ('all and

FinePamily Groceries, Fresh and daily received.
May 21. J. 5, MEDDOUGH.


19 RO Gr ERO
AS on handeveryleading Brand of the day
Give him agallandexamine for yourselves
9ee. (

or an JAv any shis a u'Lyra as she
?2 "'1,n 3 r. an e
at uefulls tr. as anit-p.pery w War, an
rear,. o res word-, when :Mr. L's.. pSell as
(ar lu call b J ti..- r cekbrual p..l. mic
Elle in i"m.....nars, unit-p..per) 11

Alrd^,r phill .3 rapts, or a
Poor allr. Unupbell I li, kuce he we
disecrzable.J -Hu Pr. re sent friends; ed,
toria1, e...t).J.magily, banted is meet,
and, us- a rage..:- rr....o 1. ubArtune a

e kft a1n 320 in his ] t
,,,, ,. gg.nicia boy, Mr. C amrstmil pound
wildly ixpanthe head of his unmoved op-
ponent mistranslations, and forgeries, as.&
soled me, and cuises. Among the last

j./? r a ul r.uld I al-, usr. ud
6.- r.s.tauto-s to repl;, but he did -.s an a
-,-.ns .:.f .-u.ce and l um..r at whkh rhe
-L's-*I. no author must is a laughed,-Il lie

j1 1.3:.: Uni der :1. .s le*R.r
tt..>.. me .3 us 0, which you hate
|lc).. nd01 bleb (*..a base l ughed so:
ise>Ill hub put e ag 1*10 1 0 JOB
by a IIIng5 ha they are got C*ubclio
.auge s, t...r yr Eq.ty at ocurses exactly,

.u rl.1, r.e.:49exhibil w ir.) 4cinda l hara
11 d t.r....tgot us.. 11..5 ease..n...r from a book-
store, writs..o by (1..1 walls, parson bar..
self, and on, ..1 she use y..saly obweedn
(heEngli-himpuse.!! Ver.Iymy..p.
ponest has gwent inthisitinale, a mea.
sure o the a go av.Loa trewou d note M u3rjil,

stowed away:.:< J. 2.8, on El at 1,=[ of milled
paper, to be pr. Ju.ed a rh. coup.fe pace
to the0atholi 8, as to
Irifliestei bli 1 uin lad 6.86
and the moment he in oth.,, 4 st..:in,
wrote on my riotes, --1. us Sancely, and
sent for the book Is, .1.:.p ..nts la.- lia.
ger, untylug a certain ... ..1 susuaus.:r.e. -
hedwhist a Lillebule s, dase chpC
vantic gravity, swears by Jun a beard to
j,. ',.,,, in- 0. of these 0.3, ., 3, J Ian,3,
a ...2, r .. L **, to real by = .- of an
anodyne 1"
The cursing chapter in I'r., Shar.d r

ht e pid n mo ig:-r
at for our columns. But, although it did
verywell for a faithless Anglican parson -
one wnho & L eE 1.. us I... an;v.- I, sl.

shderin r ,- us ./, C
veep over it... tt* .es.* I an is simile t
>*sh.- .sir be sister dio of starvatfor
**'- '5 *.1 I.=r me!x a character
it is nor .J.....:ar ...3..0;'. for the coluums
of U s..has led into a most egri.

grous unstakeTor 0....12 he will not thank
the Courrier; 8terne's formula >.- put.-
int...1 ir, rt.o alue..- use pr.m...(.*,
tietiof the P..p; a B.Adagma the if ag of
Sardinia. Why rdli s.. I> I' L.r
"prudent'' indeed, he should wait for au.
othertogive him that title in State,
praise isalwayssuspiciouswhen comitigfrom
thebepraised. We am accomodate his
with an ext act:
"Au moment on it ed guestion de faire
revivere une ceremonie%&a., dons arous
cru quil no serait pas suns interet de faire
connatre la formule employee par TEglise
dans ces ebroonstances." A t...s users
isis contemplated fo renew ar ..:,......; .L. ,

1 o ada dk 0 tax ll not be usinters
the Church la isu.h .nr.: 2 e v>
....t (Link (13-st are nP v. ami.Grat-: pu
acquirexilents .0 th.- 1. at b trs.ularinz the
above, all the readers of the EXAMINER
are not perhaps so well posted up as you
We will let the quakations front the -wise
and fall of the Dutok (QRepublio, khisto-
ry unsurpassed io all English aud French
taretil ur
e Sm th

pl ...s di:ute...r. 4).2. ...1urnras als..r n
up $ to be no disunionist, and we-advise all to
abide by the nomination Tons MATric. Let
Alice be m!s'ed by any cry of Union. The
Democratic.garty is for the Union.
.Baltimore Convention,
T. AUGUSTINE, 7 ORIDA The Hon. Robert Toombs, U. 8. Sena-
SkTETEDAL JElat 1560. tor from Georgia, and the Hon. Peter
Love, Representative in Congress from the
gry- Jass.. Bar.r L..a., of P.v.. ra., Dr., sameState, have written letters, approving

2rre.s vaw 1 ad so a rhe notion of the retiring delegates at
ear...L.ane, unskaeollent one.r.sad r 4 i..r Charleston, and recommeuding their re-
amuse. -gL lure. to Baltimore. Thii Ilon. Howell
ColA., of Georgia, Secretary of feth 8,
FOR;PRESIDENT 7 easury, has written a letter of similar

$4 0. BRECONR E E, I .p.irt. The 10,0. Hurselicl V. Johnson,
a ,4.,rs-rn. r or Gas,.; a Wis written nletter
or KyNTUCKY d e.ppr..=.n As sell..r. of the retiring
.-- -... and ory.cas the Representatiott
1FOR VICE PRESID 10? '..r. at U..v...o...m. We .nc.: .I.
SON ". .1 r.:g..,r1.-.1, 11...* II.,n A. H: Br ph..r. >.
DMHELS- DICKIN ...f e.. on.. Sears, Li rt.k-m to >.0.:
or 1 uns. I p.,ales, a. rotate. *:-IC .1-: .
e 1.5m..r. we re, as., veh a
-- ..&1....

enge derseld frica. p...: -sily ir a me ,,,, p.,,,, ,. 9,,, ., ,g ,ng
reason1.0 believe he i (irm rand on nod 1. 10; stric 8 -1 =' Door or., 0..1..
not one of you: **st.illy-m;r.dei," ( 1.:-.- g ,,,. .: ,,r .1,.1 ru,, a r..r. .. :. as
ended characters U.ral on. Mr ...a= g .,, q,, ,,,r. I b. r.I .:- as
whento-ds-p.antrup..n. Weherd6..-110 ,,,2..3 .:-I br* l*****"..:wot.....,a
uay sha we heyeesp.;rierseed cent r-I.aneuro ... ,,, ,.rr ...1 II.... N.:Ill....o
in the late risk of use R.v. ."Ir. Ca ydE, a..V 1.* Co Code boxuatinag OD Lise
show of Palatha. His cordial smile and platform, and to unito4vith the Southern
the warm-kearted grasp of his hand have gf es in making an acceptable nothina-
stone as good like a medicine and the tioil. Tordl apr.e-rit'n.:. qthe South will
soundof his voice has been a obeering and meet this a.n.:.:- loo, by sending delegates
en encouragement to us. to Baltimo..-, and r. san: t unite the party.
< tainthrough them all the same genial gas gathizzg
friendliness and sympathy that are such By a r..,t;..< p.Alished in another col-
anarked qharacteristies of his young man^ umn it rail be a.:-.r., that COL. Burnso.
hood. We can warraint him lieores of low, who has recently purchased the Mag_
ingendseverywhere. noliaHouse in this City, proposes erpet-

The Prospect before (18, ing a large U.rt. Hou-, for'the use of the
The action of the BlackRepublicain con- patrons of his establishment, and in the
rention has reached he in the nomination or a taffersOit
Ron. Abraham Lincoln of Ilhnota fgrPresi. participate. He d.s.:rres --edit for this
dented Hannibal Unilize of Maine for P
The-president It w.11 be effeoart to reuder his house attractiv a
that last fall Mr. Lincoln stumpell the summer as well as winter. .
State ofillinds, as the c..a.p. Mr .r of Mr.
Douglas for thii United State Seriate, in At the north every summer, tens of
Trhich campaign he as generally thought thousands from their itiland homes and
tohavedbyla gffater allil if thall t10 the large cities flock to the atlantic shore

WToT e gh a agot r f)0r seea ad-s f all ingd 11 along from
.menterthe I.*istriptsdir.Dowlasobtained thronged, and the coast is lined with bath"
a smallmajority in the Stati @ic -ingwthe paciple seek to in-
Islanot alittle singular that two do from. vigorate their waited energies and drink
inent candidates of the two leading parties in stores of health for the rest of the year.
Yet noneofthese towns presents greaterat-
should hail from the same and so new a
State. Though Mr'Lincoln may be less ex. traction or affords make ample facilities for
ceptionabletothemoreconservativeofthat surfbathingthandoesSt.Augustine. In
party, than Mr. Seward would have been, fact wo have seen no poilst on the northern
and though in mostc Slide he th ill shore, as favorable as what is termed our
ran betteryet it in teelkwed lain nomina- north)eacS, where is a bar extending for
tion will insure the election of the IAmoe miles, which breaks the extreme force of
oratio nominee, unless they heedlessly the rolling waves. No where at the north
kbrow away their advantage by internal .L. 1, :de .athe interior requi2
dissension, th dents of th t f- Florida d
For this nomination Mr. Beard has e resi e in erior o a"
laboared for years. To secure it he has G::.rch. These residents know not the
best all his powers, and hasaeolis eitshee stahn dbere sof1th ea n Fw

inany friends. This is the second time ter, and marine ailments, or St.-Augustine
this author and leader of "the higher law" would be more thronged in Summer than
party, has been frustrated in the object of in winter. We invite the citizens, wilo
his ambition and the aim of his life. Twice begin to feel the langstor of bilious derange-
he has been deliberately laid aside. Will ment, to give the physician the go by, and
he notfeel it? .Will be not take pleasure in come and try our prescription, as one
he defeat of party which has again foiled pleasant in its result and in its administra-
hips ? Will hot his many friends, who tion. Weave good hotels, good boats,

is a isbr 0 0 0 mud po s nob or 6m g 1 to te dllous
seek relieffrom disappointment in such de- and if slicy do sqt save themselves from
fgat? Contending as they are not for. much wifering and a large medical bill,
principle but for self aggrandizement and we will give up vatisination. W4 do not-
poweywecan.ziot doubt, they will thus feel write without much experience ani obser-
and act. ovation of the great benefit of sea bathing.
Though it la now in the pawar of ila Nshout, Newport, Long Island, and Cape
Demoer.myto over rhrow republier.n- May, each year present a most picturesque
ism and polungalct.c.I.Ei.:-nism, and all other appe nnes., with their thonoradsor bath.,a,
#me, it ennnbby done by solassm no.1 in their ordque and motley attire. Why
entaconism among deem:.:1 .-5. Dub:.0 and ab...ulI r..:.t the Anoient City witness equal-
po operation alone can accomplish this It lygay and attractive scenes?. Why should
is hoped, that where no principle, or right not our people exchange their sallow com.
is involved, forbearance in feeling and ex plexions for the riiddy glow and rose of
pression may be exercised. ,Cannot Dem. health and beauty? We ask you why? Let
norats forbear and unite to erush and for_ all come onceand try it, and we' feel as-
prer this sectional bydra headed monster? eured thateverafter there will be the seini-
Jo the diversity of education, thought and annual ebb and flow of population scarcely
internet, let us pr:*ient oc Pr<.erustian bed less regular than are now the daily breezes;
on which to pl ace all. All havai love of for at this season even the wind pays its
parry, Live stenantry, sad forf of princi- diurnal visit to and'from the sea.
ph-, daugh they any not regrad alike the
incomes f .r the analrament of the end. Hair The Librariaxi of the Histo ical
Let harmony prevail and enacess is now Society of New York is desirous to obtain
assured, information of an aAtitograph Commission
li seems now geners1ly understood, char, ghfuted by Oliver Gromwell to Colonel
the parrysill reassemble at Baltimor.*;au.(Ridiard Ashfield. It is supposed to
that a platform will be adopted and nomin, haire been lost in Florida during the Se-
stions made, on which sill oAn unife, if not thinole war, and behig a document of his-
entirely satisfactory. We had ino goubt toricalinterest, any one.hnowing of it will
'that good men and true will be presented confer a favor by informing the Librarian
totheparty-men of high and lofty prin- of the Florida Histor}cal Society here.
eipleini which;onr whole country can con-
Ade. Let tune abinion the party on the Na ear a oagitation about Napoleon at

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The Clock. [*:** me le.arce] =,
We cougratulate our fellow citizens upop Mit.Earcoa:-The translator .:-fSrerne's
the-prospective addition to our internal excommunication has been airing seceal
improvements, about tobe completed on the musty extracts iff the last numb. r .:*f th.:
tower of '*thesold Cathedral," in tbo form Ex/. Ove:n. ull or est., 1. are car.-tally cul.
of atown clook. to a few days it ivillbe p....reer..nt publications) good su. its niche, pointing with its regu- authorities no doubt among the class from
lar and unsworvinglinger to the 11.0.0*! which they are taken, but "Z" will please
time, and hour by hour ririging out its ad- name if w.- do ziot' accept thernat pres-
monitions to seize the moments as they .:nt Ti n,! We would assoontakehisowri
pass and turn them to some good -accouqt. assertions ito#unfounded sever, so theirs.
For ourself we are very glad to see the We do not presume to say that "Z",gave
niche vented by 1,,r parr ... 5.1..!, 9....) old us those elegant" extracts so redolent of
Augustice, e... appropriately and usefully protestantism in lieu of his own composi-
lied. tion, for the reason thit ea: Whilo Whil ft,
We nicit now pass a vote of thanks to chl no, that would indeed be a "tash and
Mrs QUINcts clock, that has corrected the -,; cl.> >," it would be reta.o;..p
,*g's.,;u time f .. I .;, ,n 3 q.1 1 y... .o.1stle. I..I personality and w.auld
SQ r. Yesa -*Cith.&.. .. .. .ni .. take perhaps more than Isr.:ar y 1.0 .
IFenceforward we nfirst in.. .. f om thoprudent "Z" to refute such an
by the --t.q Cisk asisertioil. Why did Z g.v. himself th4
r.:.ut.1,. ., one u; a or ordel. Ir .ns sl*
r.urder 0 1.In.1=[ tizEf f *undi[ 10 Ka**EF
Bla. EL*ITL*R.- El 01. *ul a th*."Fu in .. n[ $]Ol lid6ul d& On.4[h 300
r, .IT..a. I have I.u...l aP ht:t Scott w ., rr man.d rs.un the Engli h
a pl the year.:.f Lord ....: .0 .ud us Fren but **Z.

It ru..w # :<. ..ap L .0. .Yio t.u.1, e .r ds.] not re...-ise a lu rry
a r *..per .J.-p.a -r. to tl..i Sr r.:, to were.:.ase Ir. Its.- F..:r...I..J...urnala,;r ..n.
ary .ur st..: U.s...r a of the Grant of
Sept. 28th., 1850 by Congress of those gin was immediately recognized and the
landstotheseveralStates. Forthebene-loathsomecreatureturnedoth. Wehave
fit of that class of your readers interested certainly no tight to complain it is aim-
in time nam e..?.... of 11ail Roads and oth- prudent" even, II **Zd wished to let us
or for..*.,,I [aq.r..rements. I propose to know that he u.:.delet a French, we may
make afew extracts, and ask you to give also attribute to the same egotism his boast
them a place in your Journal.. of prudence. We do not intend wading

Read Consider !.f envouss so mire whies -8- as ear.own
in our way, we shall. merely refer to a few
.Ag( ( ff of his misrepresentation as the formidable
body of quotatigns (in number at least)
AL THOPOilgil Ref0till 13 IleCESSR- carries with it its own antidote, notonlyfor
TJ ill 0110 ERIMI AfairS. catholies but also for all liberal protestants.
*S "It is enough that the constitution i of "Z" says that the Courrier is a Catholio
epn)91a own a qut Power." om Journal aqd quotes the following "the re-
4. "whoforarnament would entertain theno- spect which wo; as Catholics, owe to our
tionornfakethe attempLto divert this "appa- 'Bishops." Now the Sieele used the same
e is nathm" .:. ....... .. -.. ..: ... terms precisely when publishing the arti
c.1 aa .. .o .. cle copied by the 06urrier; but he tells us
those laudeare to be desposed.' thn he Sieels is Catholic also: we should
5. .ur so 0, r m.... act of 28 h indeed be obliged to hint for his infordia-
ePs sw a bsola it >io j tion, he would be equally worthy of credit
belong to the Iprernment of the the state." did he nifirm that he too is Catholic. Here
After naming the several Landed funds is an esr.2. I ft a the Sieele which "Z"
belonging to the 8:1te as granted b wishes to make Catholio in spite of it:
the Generas (f orer uneat, Conansy uses managers. "Romances of England and
the following strong larguage in extract France collossal barrators--Moses, Mahom

a ( e re Fe rd hilo 1 ra 1 sa 6 at I co
sembly. The last legislature however, as it Yultaire and his whole shool of infidels
a .. ... r, 1,...u .... i.onor, asacred ,
j, "", ," a 0 me 2:res pou3dHu o h 1 e
,aie r.. 1. ..t..._ = b swamp land
fuld with the internal improvement, tied pro- **young very young".you are certainly in
per;.and attempting to PLEDGE the proceeds of your datage) or you would never have cal-
the sales thereof; so othpr ad ditlerent objects led a Journal, which ablished the fore-
thanwascouxtemplateaty .. ...... .Pd 'Z,,
Le intention of Gobanny as disel sed going Cathalic. TYhy di not < give
1 ti.. f ...- .au to prove that the us an extract front one of those Catholic
a p Lau.1 ... 1..! I: Cougress to the Journals in the United States which call
States Sept. 28th., 1850 could not be up the Pope's Government the worst in Eu.
plied to purpose of internal improvement rope ? There can be but one reason: we will
.....,r ...g..i.r to a .. ...E ofthe7th Gen- th

Ito extid fr and cou entitjlibe I leteour e rsf t ans esir han
system of internal improvement in this of Government, the disturbance in ItaTy
State," January 1855. It is clear how- .
ever that his argument is failse from the is the work of a milianly few assisted by

stitthat he h one at s ee Rail Road a mantEna lions whio hesendsht
Land a rtthof othe loons deinstion, having bring death and desolation to our peaceful

as at unconstitution when itp paid Co- Southern homes The same spirit which
linazy-this much for Mr. Consistent seist the eargo of rites to Garibaldi sup-
Cohauzv. plied John Brown with pikes, this is well
EUTAU. known. And as to the principle of a peo-

THE FALL .OF .FILLMORE,-It T-.01.; ple (the Brinority in Italy remember
saddens us to witness the fall of r. <...a. choosing their own form of Goverament'
whom we had believed to be sound anti why does not England give Ireland her
pue and t c W know f well free m ? Why does she n ove

King's Mountain Military
We call attention to the advertisement
of the above School to be found in another
column. We take the following extract
froin theYorkrille Abguirer, giving some
notice of the School:
"KINo's MouNTAIN Muarkar Sonoot-
----On initiation of the gentlemauly and
enterprisag Prinexpals---blesars Jenkins
and Gowards et ye visdlie tdhis adam,

visit, great and unfeigned pleasure. The
recitations at which we werp present; the
evidences oi r ou....a.b J..o I
discipl ne -1.. .:a.r..r...,g, ..i e1a.,-u"

f/r at a d h 1 own i
4, a J....r...o 3r..1 and 0.2 w:. ,
II b=i,1: it.. Lau. p...o pies ..I
this sel .:. h 1.... <..(...), huJ the ab lity

gl I So e II. y
L ann b. \\'. Gilmoie Simms, adopted
xt. i na..u..-: tl
P LE/ Jo As:*.1 1.* Bug 10
c..ra.,u,"..r .Japronment, rt., ..I.
:.. at.. ....... u.u.1, us.....o ui
"...ut. No ha .n the Una.u

BI n.. s, sr.u ru ...
El ..,ta.. t..:., e.J. ...... .sr L.- n...t-
upon whichhe labored almost the whole of
last year-to schools and fkunilies, as the

in nreliabl copiousbaed rd uter-
Thi school has been established six
yearaj during which time, the firm and con-
aistent, butseulightened and humane, en-
Arcementof its laws, Ena created :-a- 1.1"

a datatetofagood couldduct m
new ones, under the infuence of good ex-
ample, fall.into the usual order of thogs
almost withoutan averse thought orinclina-
stion. In thie respect our military school

Ibsegreatlymp eefer le too ae 2 o tahre
and which, conseq e tly, can have no such
conserver of good order as a body of well-
disciplined old cadets.
Beside the course of study necessary to
admittancointothe second classof the Cita-
del at Charleston, there is abstri fSwak

1 r men th 110 This is
a rare inducement; and it seems to us that
parents who wish to graduate their boys at
a letiera y institution would d atto T,
might receive the benefit of military dis-
The fueulty is composed of young men,
possessing much talent, and superior attain-
ments in their respective departments. Mr

iso at8 er Prolfe sor n
fact thaE before assuming his place, Mr.
Jamino obt r.. P. ....1 p .. 1 1.,,,
undes .r...: .n-l cu r .. 0 1. '.. .r .
87 <' ** -* ** 9 *
of the French ...... .. He comes nowi
fresh from this r. II ..1 culture, to the dis-
charge of his duties; and will, doubtless,
<-,,,,.ra,; ofilee."
i t.: 1.. .r..... of this school in our beauti-
ful and hich(v salubrious and healthful
mountain **I its object, as a nursery
not only for mEary, but also literary, in-
stitutions of the highest grade; and its char-
actor, as reflected 10 principals, instructors,

detts byhjlawsa eegislationsereoconunend-
and gxiardians in South Carolina and the
surrounding States." -

slatT e11 r lm a so to theOnW 6
many representatives of the press called on
President Buousnes and paid their
respects. The President in his reply said:
We are likely to have candidates enough
to respresenNe rt esisms knowpex al

that the prevailing wish of the American
people will be to cherish and preserve the
Constitution as it is and the Union,. (Ap-
a Fx y p tbd ou e to

please.) Iain pleased to see this .
:u.1.1 u of so many of the edi- r...r y Ithink its effect will be
a y oon your el sthiant ri on
,,,, g.. marked the press. I am
c. ru J..I .r. aneedote that I know not
whether I should reh.t C ..: .1 1..11
"-e *D. 9 Ti e.. ur. J ul. nI w.
'j "'" "'s
,, tu. -->Ir. Do U.uar., I 1. ul.i.r.r-s 1,. a
your newspapers that the American people
always droose out their greatest scoundrels
and make them Eresidebt." (Much

uu as)onl1 r plied that 'hit ditdolook so
enob other thus-we really dida's always
meau it."

WasmNorox, May 15, 1800.-Mi:
1\IALLonr i triohdenced a illagrantia lot
corpo on ty mpa, ate o
Florida, certain lands adjoining said eity,
anda bill to change the time for holding
the Courts in the Northern District of
.Florida which were severally read and re-
Wu.xxNoros, Dx.., May 20.-There was a
mass meeting of the Democracy on saturday
night. The coxtrasof theseceders at Charleston
was endorsed, and Bayardand whitely, the se-
ceding de a te were returned to the Conven-
Great consternation prevailed in Nisples, and

th eowns every sympton of approaching insur-

mos lea d e r 2 1
which has drank her life-blood for cents divines in this comity." Thepainphlet of
ries sending hpr.sons Exiles to every quar the Rev. Dr. DeWitt than whom there is
ter of the Globe ? In India she blew se- not a more respectable man- in -:.11 ne w
pays from the Cannon's mouth because York;" we will let all those and a hostof
they dared ask for their ancient govern- others pass for wba th.*,.r are wo.rh; and.-
ment, while'a few in Italy rebe(agaiust my abas.Intely nothing, one- whn
p..w..r sh...e ..rdy fault is base.J. Tl.: to, pres..cess...s in bear.:Ey kne adsan.:cd,
in..acs it .1; l..ave la.en cus.Ju.:ted i" ull par.q.hreasing the SS chaper ol' Dates- crunner as rise Dalianctu comprisus twin. g the word of Godits (
80.1N.s.r I.arl..u.s.-le,:Ei..ns, whtrethe baseba- are rid;ale. We are' astonished atnas
L oil.: 00.1 tiudgeon form it.= nard..ris;,'; in harme na exernet from the popular RDA
Italy it is the stilleto of the midnight as- secenuie Booker of Brootlin on the per.-
sasion. Suppose that one of the States of soli...s prea.71A-r Sp..rge an whom, the Jack-
North America should become dissatisfied sasIle sex,.1xrd e read up a few weekq
with the general government, would that si e... la an unts.uble eryle.
State be allowed .to annez itself to Great .'Mr. EDITOR; "$ Says that Wq inif
Britian? We only ask for information here have confounded the minor exoommunica-
as we are so very young. In his third tion Which merel rates the gender
paragraph "Z" makes a destination with- from the Church, the Major?; Now
out a ditlerence; we said that Sterne put with all deference fo "E" we did no such
the formula of excommunication in the thi q What is the meani of an ex-
mouth of -Ernulf, now "Z" correatri usby n tion? To ng y
giving the Latin "Emulphus," he wishes c tmsua believe j. a.fy comin as
to Tet us know that he understands some ration from theel ur.:h whielr the stom -
Latin as well as Freneb. Jogy of the word painly show. .c .-6mmu.
HeartheNew Orleans Catholic Stand- niorio.
ard.'-Z" will northen allirm that we were We ..10.11 n...w look at also S phism
the first to attribute that formula to Sterae; "Z" in his surapli..iry cals a ddoman; it is
This is not the first time this humorous amere yeartis, pr...c ply he has given na
production has been palmed off by anti-, proven that which yet rema us to be prov.
popery papersas an authentic document' en and frhich we defj the ingenuity of
When the renegade riest, Rog ;n malevolence itself to rose namely tha

PP adde la oe K w htTing edief those pursee 6f Saernepbelong to sq Cash-


26 ewas C
,,,,, ,,,1, as inevitably be must be, by the
fanatical sentiment of the community in
which he lived and of which he made part.

.;si. E i. <<. 1 Tever a rifice dhisth"a
solitary glosition as a Nationpal statesman
we did not believe. And now that th
p..... as- ne. ..:r. < r, ... .. 0
t..n Jupl.... 11.0 E.e nt..ts.. ..,-1 >.11. male
e. y a Ia la ar, orqur. j

such a man its Fillmore the 2
and patriotism which it contained.
Who will go next? But, thank God,
there are no more of his sort left, to desert!
The Souil a st be fretehd romhthe

Everett, though belongiBg to a class in some
respects like Pillmore's, never gave the
evidences of a warm nationalism, such as
Fillmore did in the last Presidential cam-

j a ierett has conteextted easFe w 1
expresexons. But he has no warmth for
the South-his instiiacts are against her
institutions-and token circumstances force
him, to take sides, fbr or against us, hi'
voe e will be heard us s? sqok one.

Our instincts teach us thus much. We
know thatMrcEverettis a Northerb man
in every fibre of his body. He doubstess
is opposed disunion; bu el neit
anollhijoer wu us wouy, -take la tely
extension into territories, in preference to
disunion. If you think he would, gentle
reader, take the facts of his life-ozamine

a f sr o idio o a y

Who Churily. The aglemma pists only in
At2's" brain. Now in conchasion we thank
vt ry far lau "minor admonts
tican '1....1 an oil surrs.e. advise him to
havo a mqy p <,..0.. when he ne xt
writes to "veryyounguidy" he might for
.=st ance l...w; inn sho page of the B21- Romenusu ..u which can be fbund
II.<.- Wimula ton.,6.K. from the 60arrie?3
thu wa 1 hot be a esnecurefer hi n if we
righdy understand the word. The most
appeopernate p..nance I.>r "Z" on the prea.
entace*nionas u.un-cto seek the trutlx
thno so..k to obsome is Farewell Mr. "2"
larget you will real. write untill you flud
the Seco-s'.s issuals in the Bullariurn Ito.
annum: in that case we pait forever as ypa
knercyh I it is not tobe found there.

rra.n.uman or no est waion two
Adelantenan Don Rernando da
Hotoarid somekhigists of Portugal
undepent in the Discovery of Flor-
za owjust made by a fidalgo of

VIT.WI is ilY N p.y-

ISCOVer Of 808341

dangths:0-users U.aniousr. mi.,,
atlempatras->ral if 1*** II "'**0* *= ***
forth who he was, ind also who were other
withhith, containing some accounts of the
peculiariti familli Esities of the country,
.of all that they saw and of what befell them

are n ua claiOfillion stGoove no
d to h' b
) 1iored y of Mun a lie e6
set out from Untifachiqui, being dis-
covered that the wish of the Oacica was to
leave the Christians if she could giving

t en ae o sm totiedtametues bc
t.,eiL.. ther.- e... rf .11.... to be men of
Law d-cr.c 0s.. u... who will put,
a the s ..l LI -. as: _1,. 4,..0.1 others in jeo-
par.Jy A.r na. is st, the Gover-
* I.Or orshred that sl--. :-h.:.uld be placed un-

4:"""? ".1t"is""e to*C re"":
for II,.s 1... .w.t.1- trelicomehehad received
usA.xrru. th. A.Jame-Forwelldoin---.
o ,

h 1 1. I ... th e vice
in all the places that were pa sed, she or
loads frean one town to another. WO tray-
eled throu h her .territoffes a huggired
Jeaguesin hich According to what we saw
he was greatly obeyed, whatsoever she or-

d..aut [u.ia by its r culmuzud I.. pe...sib L
ally 90.7.0 piant pills.Jikr.2 ..11.> is ..A 4 i
squu al.< Libullills no .....-1. .4
given L... an:. ...I th-: 10s.1.----d- vb
he had been taken, though all was put up
with flosu the necessity of having so no one
w reby jse e a se r i

rn que, to a

1 dr ts c at t inj ti uv i ..
wilds a...l al. ... .. they destroy there
with th...r *.co. lbey are very .doines

ininop'e are slighthof form and go na
skins n .s gent, gift. Turkeys were abun-
dant: in one town they presented seven
hundred, and in others brought him .what
ala v as1 ..ould procure. 11e was de-
r ..... J su p.u. from Province to that
of Xuall-, lise in;- where they found little
r .0 but sea. v....t two"days because of the
eeriness of the men and the leanness of
the horses. From Ocute to Catifnchiqui

e ee arde d er is y mlea
Thalla are two hundred and fifty of moun-
tainous country, thence to Guaxule the
way is over very rough and lofty ridges. On
this journey the Caeica of Cutifaohi, whom
the Governor brought with him as has
ens te to ch utd tak ferlaren.

stories, conducted one day by her slaves she
left the road with an excuse of going into
a thicket where deceiving them sihe cou.
called herself sio that though they searched
for her she could isot be found. Slie totik .
with her a 1....& ...Ie see 1.1.0 a trauk, milled
passfulJ01 unb..nd p. I ,1 which

"i""ti .72 """'iD 1 0

mined it so, that ag that Guesul in
w mid ask than of her irhen he should
give her permission to depart, but which
phetookwith h Abree Waves min.1,-l.1 IL.1 from the camp.
A horseman named Alimamoswho hadie.
gained behind having been sick of a fever
and going out of the way got lost, labored
withtheslavesto make them leave their
evil design which two of them did coming
on wab has 1,2,1, e.> elaw can p 'l ks, c....r
to..k the Govein...r "sites a guarney or L.Iq,
leqike in .5 1 relane*: alled t.'l.Intsa lured

Wi B T .t.A j a lt. {
whowouldnotcomewithhim, andthatit
s'd tel y sure sl.-.) lived together as man
and wife .and **.ne to go together to Cuti-
I q the etidxo 8 e2tyedhd Gov.

beiDg6OOD gOing after dog for their flesh
which the Indians do not eat, th ve
them three hundred of those animaT. it,
He maize was there or anywhere a on that
roste. The Governor sent a natirpe thence
usib a meerage re the easique of f inals.


corner or Franklin street,
N$ OB&


.... ,as or ...
elat: In 1- ag a .net be -

comers... repr. ..p.s ps, .. te,-an.-ss
and, me.. The up him r 5. ri st ch
them. ** us.Jre.s re, .n .1,<*.1 and

ru .. .r/ 0 if$
re,, .,, ro, .m m;* A br: pr-
.e t...r it .,,1 susi ton n
1,, ,ijh a 11. .=nc ru. rr
.3 .1 ran ra na. peer as

.. .trievat BOTEL e 11L R CLECBP.ATED8.LLOrly

[ lit. a .... er- no
to served on inc.; ar. .p ,r
.: serve in Use.Ps.o-c. arst
n 1.&:.' a eyethee, to be new


lY: Pearl- to idw Fosk.

AN 8 A.N
at ag, IlliBlilR DELT(::G
sa so, once.:. **.n he n r re 4*. asu secow *
- 5t'OEnfiNG M.10tilNCRT
oca Gm

- May 19-1869. r

THE twastery stone house
.2.x..3,.. ...
.,,...,ge so.,., ..c..ussed
L.L-st.via..a. .ic.pia.......c. may be
see no y pp....r,

us i c.: .. ...0 1.. =ras .J...
1 n ond liv edil shal 8 1 aspublic sale
gustine, a re- 1. 41 r..I LI.. Its.n, an va

3 1 1 .11 user 4. I bi u er s..oorarted
AndL. La ultu.s sp* DI R. 2?

pra 7-16 .

maths a tep date, emost St Jh

to m it he a

F. n .

11 2. L r. I T
a i. .u.. 0 ......t
E an if I .1 e.,[ 1(3. tra I .1 allatu as 2*
t- a a uses 11 p.-. ..1...-1 or uns
notice 1 .11 's. In t... .LP RIT
Feb.111860 Sw Ad uistra x

LL t Mr. NTTLE t..r 1
I ar e:ular ag p to


Ftt OF,

*, II. P Ikon air.)
150. E BDIY ERT. New York.

** P J to off.r p re enrbu tr..nup
.. 'd/
and walnut
-ause, can and-woon star work.iill quit-
1.:.; U.. i(va and zenswer s1Luises=c., a
large stack;< Funatune,

.ge a t Enideston Post
5 F. le e4 easily (cr the Scalteri. Trash, for namususeu,3 us.ay com-

qwo 0172.UITF.ED AS Elil*
No Goods Retailed *ozI Time
<, ,,

]OS Dates Glam Drup.r Rock 'and a e. 4


I )

4 Li p n-int .r a ll., Pa.x Alf r
11 r tr. -Me -- ... .e a .
.1.1. J.. -1.1.. e ..* .i.r,
-- room. I has r 1 .1 L*
id re toto st.koon on
E tate of which said John W. McCrabli, died,
.,,;-.1 ...1, SE ( of Sec*lO
I 11 II L .0 T. 112.11
L .,r. I n .3 N L. ( of Sec. 30
it 3. alofbsor See

I'ad i' o t" it'flots"i.E
or see. 1. 1 8 R. 1 E. in the County of
He mando----a g ua Ci use ed ofo t

.County of St Johns on the 4th. lifonday of
October next to subwer to the said Petition.

April l4-1860, Inst star
A Pamily Necessity.
Therallowing statementap'enbrar itself:
(ztract.) **En lifting the kettle from the fire it
emught and hands and perEon very
severely-one hand ahnost to a crisp. The

e 7. .. nbearnitle.u It wa n6 aw
aa ., ,.,,,. ...2 6 tr of account.
exams Fours, 420Broad street, Pwadel.
plda." Itis truly a womerful article. R will
uresiny .. or -on..... Eu.cas, Stiff Joints,
shopldo -1 /,r For0 Hot rix
worth of Mustung hasfrequengly saved a valua-
ble horse. It enres Galds, Si>rains, Ringbone,
Spark and Founders Beware of Insitations.
so! n all soft in I or eb-York.

May 10 1860.

"Costar s"
mostar s" RatRosoli,&c.Ezferminar-

r Bed-bug Exterminator.

" "Electric Powder, for In-
sects, & .ysTitoYS INST NTLY

Rats-Roaches-Mice---Molos-a-Ground Miew
Bed Bu s-Ants-Nothe-Mosquitoes-Fleas
Tr sorcts arPlints, Fo


Thermometerin. Directionot raining
open air. .the wind, thousands
-- r -

2' | 2
''- *
Nw w .000
4 80 sw w v.
5 77 S.w Sw .
8 5 SE SE SE
9 6 SW SE .SE

4 71
14 78 78 SE .

77 81 72 Sw Sw


;n r
61 63 NW
30 84 GG NE 0.000

NE W 8 0 II-E DULE .
Northern Mail closes saturdays at"9 P. M

SouHhuntys tes S days andThur
daysi at 8 A. hi..
Northern Mail is due on Tr rd ,, 5 so.
urdays by 12 P. ?rf. A
Southern Mails due otLFriday at 12 M. and
Sundays at fi P. M.

G Suzulay the o ee will be open for delivery
OFFICE HOURS F:om 0 to li aild 3 to IL

EttinsionDining Tables.
1 FAHOGONY Tables, F.ig 8 2. I -=..1 Ta-
bles, &e., P. LC 4.1.1..
June2 18(R)Is..10tung GIIss63.

AL.,E 1us..; 0=,=., 0..2 ft <0 O*,t.:.,
L ..<,,up
Jun I ..,,

TAKEN up jail
in St. Johns countyas arunaway
high. Says hispame is Jack Heis 0 athedin

val i. use.. 11. .- 4.=< .ct,,.
forw:n 1 to ..:pn Jr 1-.
I Ri L .

May28 .1869.
I <,ll r]., .. si. Public Auction on the
25th : .ur., In ? the court Housein se.
Augustine, Fla. the a

11ay26 1860,

LL the I .rc i .1 Rooms removed
1 1 11 willbe dispos-
Consisting of-40 Bedsteads all Sizes; 80
TT.:. u.] r. 3;] 150 Feather Pil-
., a., 11 any <, 20 Dmmg
.. ..... / sp .. M..t I i 1,.,: ..
sheets, Quilts, Spreads, C .1.* .. 1. In t- a,
sils;andanextensiveassortmentof all kinds; of
a c. J.,; a ...;r...l in a large Hotel MUST
's. L 2-1860. B. H.CARE.

TillS Ir -i..ul. .. > ..p.:ra u the first
191onday I =,.4as nes1, so a .at. .ou. .*
Arax Muse, M. D., 'Prot. of chemistry .r.J

i ID 1%ot or a of
1. 7- 7.. 11 L 1. #.-.1 P. ...-
,. .
.. . .ic,.
..;; and
? 74.xteria
b Pc of

r,.. . .: .. u 0.1; ) 5
c ... ..r.,r..s.
spectingtiCITet, (re Hir68 0D J0800,
.r.g ar. to la. I H 0 bi [*0 airh.
...- re. re .... us n .
*' in .:.Esp. M., I in.
al .me...* m.
q p-
,Of 086 00 1800*
in B. E. CARRy,


be at h@?would order somernaise to appearances much better but was not
to he tok.:Elar to his town that he a squal, us...l as being softer: which inte
m sojourn there sometime. HAdeft th-. stt.:m e..r that had been given in Cut..
Guakulle and after two days travel he ar- fashique wherewehad*eeen some chopping-
rhed ..r 0.....<,, ris..s.u s..,r, us.- a .: i.e. knives that were said to have a niixture of
ro., I,,;.n, 0,.. .... r I..:. J .....:6 Ind...i gold. As the country on the way was
with abasket of mulberries. This fruit is thinly peopled, and it was said on..: wr"
abundant and good from Otitifacitique to mountains over which the beasts eoidd not
that place and thence onward in other godie Governor would not march directly
Produces as are also wainutstand the pluma; thither, but judged that keeping in an in-
the trees growing about o'Yor the country habited territory the inen and animals
without pinntingor pruning of the size would be in better condition while he
and luxuriancesuch would have -es. .. ri,.1 would be more exactly informed of what
cultivated in orchards by hoeitig ac..] i.r.- there was until he should turn1.:1si.r...u..i'
gation. Leaving Canasagua he marched ridgesandaregionwhich he could more
five days through a desert, and two 1....;u.... ..= el., travel. By Indians who knew the
before coming to Chiaha fifteen men met country and laugnage of Citiser Is.: sent
them by order ofthe easique bearing loads tar..i.'la. ....0 vb:= h..s to view is reb...u he
of maize, with word from the Caoique that .J...IJ ris.r he s. ...1.1 rnit their n euru and
he waited for the Governor having stores of fik what they should say at Chiahaj
su h more ch 1, his a

,' ., Military School.

updto hmi YORKYILLE, BO CA
hit IIEattentionof Parents an
Powerful and itzeellent Master: ,.. ,,3. ,...
Portunate am I III.r J..... & 11:make use, e. ., 2( /... .
of my services. .1. rhing *...-aid happen to .. .* .
a .11.*.1 W.,,uld pr...l.a.:.5 2:. pe.[ ....nt...L-
r W10bb I 51.....11. a alue a..r. (is

r .st-r,4. Tw me war ak...
ILis thwn us.:rary bWE.ue-au ball *1.( tl,.. .
a ........r 4.1 rise be r r... L..: Ir..uwJ so MI llen,
...s.,r.y it rb ... 7.1,... I met .. 10:.1 *
..11.9 ...I -... .. ar ,an.,, ....r, ..1,:. nry
.,,all. sal....IsualTal.... I,.:...I H.ia....., > receive my good will, which with true cations for the .... -June,
loyalty hud pure .shall ever be shown willplease bo a a cl. .. g. 2.r.
shall ever boshown in all things that con. Maj. M.,JENKIN51, P 1
ceru your interest. June 2-18 apt. A. COWARD. rincips 8.
The Governor unawered him that his 70.
gifts d nis kindness ec idjc h mi HAGNOLIA HOUSE.

brother. There was abundance of lard in
calabashes drawn like olive oil: the inhabi- .
tants said it was the fht of bear. There
was likewise found much oil of walnuts
which like the lard was clear and of good IIE Proprietor having erected a Bathiwr

1 6 tds a n veh obo be n w the oTrs out jw Titi nba se p r isni sano
stewards, nor honey, nor bees in all the coun- bingfor Season Tickets. Subscription open un-
try. Thetownwasisolatedbptweentwoarms tilthe 5th of June; ror.Fantiles or single
of a twor and seated near one of them. P For-Tickets apply at the Magnolia House.
Above it at the distance of two crossbow SAt11UEL BUFFINGTON.
shot the water divided and united again a June 2 1860 of. Proprietor.

itibdo a de te eon frojrses I.RPge (015 Of Itockill@
bowshot in others of two. The bran es
wereverywide, and both were -a.. g
along their shores were very rich meadow I
lands having many make fields. As the IIAIR MATTRASSES, PILLOW. CASFy,
Indians remained in their houses. none MOSS MATTRASSES, SHEET%, FEATH-
were taken save those of th@ chief in ER PILLOWS, BLANKISTS, FEATH.
wlxich the Governor lodged: the people ERS 60LSTEllS, QUILTS, MAT-
lived out wherever there happened to be -- r lin air. CaoqK-
shelter,.owh man ha ll a his ut fth .a. m Flya.

der and far giprt. The Governor passed it ffORE. REMAINED

have suffdred greatly had ti.. i.. re-
quared to do diffetently. 11.< I .r ..4 ar-
rived so orn out shut 11.. y co their riders from .., come all the way living on little maize.
traveling 1..... I .ul red even from be

oudhthe 3,e as ido3gro 1 n

to a .th nedigrea lyde talmu ofor f 3 .3
1 4 h fseen in bad to de ..,.. 0 c e
he whoid are The durat vi 3 ... .. ...1
urn there w thirty days I w del/ / .1 to and cautimi-
the soil being covered with verdure the The r t until the 1st
horses fattened. At the departure, in con- Monday in May ed tintil the ft
sequence of the importunity of some who 1ri e aboveursale is postj>on rat
wanted more than was in reason, the Grov- 0,.. ... sale is postpdued until the first
ernor asked thirty women of the chief for Monday in anly.
slaves who said that he would con- The above sale is postponed until the first
for with -his prsuespal men: when one Monday in August.
night before giving an answer all went off I ab o sale is pdaLpotwed until the first
from the town with their women and chil- The have saleis postponed until the first

e s mS t ind rol t m 1 se bony p poned until the first

dressed him. The above enle is postponed isntil the dirpt
Powerful lord. Monday in December next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Because of my abame and out of fear of monday in Jammary next.
you, discovering that my subjects contrary The above stale is postpondd until the 1...<

IMe, td 0 rtpeaben hebxu adayin Februst oned.until.the rn .
finding the error ofmy way I havoreturned The above sale is posthoded until the.first
like a true vassal to put myself in your monday in May next.
power that yo'u may do with my person 84 The abovb ade is postponed until.the first
shall seem best to you My people will not monday in June next. TYm. B. D VIS,
obeymenor d> anything that an uncl.9 Acting, sheriff Breyard county.
of nune does not coloniand: he governs this Mardi Sth 187J.
countryinmyplace untilInhallbeofma-

5 ?dl1st 0 puT SH IP nT, ,il 1

The Governor then with thirty mounted of ast. Lu u 0.- --
men and as many footmenwentiusearch of "It was Resolved, Tha the president of the
the people., Passing .by the towns of Boiard be, a dis herebySautho ized a Legse the
some of the chiefs who had gone dge ng 1
away he cut down and destroyed the .10 nopouon1q a 1--
great maize fields; and going along up the she lo oran: .. .1 uL ( L Ia *
stream where -1,.. ural.. c.ere pn an islet obligation and condition, as the said Board
to which the w ouly c..ul.3 not ge, he sent shaltrequire; the Lesse 0 charge aNdedceive
word to them by an ludian that they i Bng a soondduringothee saidTermof
should return to their abodea putting away Years, anainsure to, and be for the -E Jul
all their fears and give him camemes as benefit of the Lessee."
had been done all the way along since he Rates of Toll authorized to be charged for
did not wish to have women finding they a ,r.- ....3 [,,,.:,

twere so ear to thern. dThe l dians judg e2d c with Hdrses 9 eents.
himsotheyallwentback to the town. a 4WheeledVehiclewillidIorsel2cents.
A cacique of Acoste who came tfiere to see a Beef cattle per Head a cents, (or an
the Governor after.tendering his services "

e ma ddothohad e ngedwa
by him if he had any Information of a rich L. PHILLIPS,
land: to which he was answered Yes, that Pre Board County Commissionera
towards the north there was a Frovince cal St. John dounty,
led China and that a forge was there for ed
y be e a s an Hbs p i


]Weteorological Observations.
ll@** Monthl ister of Meteorolooical
observations, for April 1860, furk-
edby Dr. MAuliAN, Observerforthe8mfth.
sonian Institution.


TILL leavePalatka every Monday .1. u
yr 12 o'clock, Jacksonville on 1. .
,, -",,c. .. 1 .ax iv v n
Wednesday mornings, connecInigwith the New
ork and Philadelphia steamship and Central
.. n,

u. .er

i...r .. .? .
.t, i.e. the St. Johns River
A t Palatka Teasdale & T. :3.
Ja*<.-*.0 -La L. a ....nova
6 ,an -1.1 to .
licwn-1. Lillue .4

10 Years established in Ne# York City-used
by the the city Post-office-the City Pr>sons
.. --less. .. 1 .-u .--i.- -1, i.amers, Ships,
--:.... II -= -St. Nicholas,"
.. .-:aA r., ad =1. .-- .*.* 9 private fami-

Druggists and Retailers everwhere self
h Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities

((I BEWARE l I of spurie us .....<.u se.
go $1.00 sample Boxes sent .., 1Imi
a 0 Address orders-or for Oircular to Dea-
llL LaBe si- I .1 Ps ilc*.L* ti [n. rui

May 19-1800. SE.



Gillbers, Fiano- Manu-

'gg gyg
.ri E...t, e... n Appois,-
91-26 L*. I
BTOTOOElib tra De "Sible IIOUSO,"
(Solf. 8th Street 4 4tant Avenine,
TI,:-! = e-il..1.1.. 1.1....11 purchase. Orders
r a .....toroll......ut.... ...a perfeet.satis-
..L. as cus... is..1
N. B.-Send for a circular, with descrysionqf
styles andecisedule ofprices.
March 31-1800, Sm.

copper or other metalof that color though toit sPresident,
trighter learius a much finer has and was Aprill4-asso 2m.

freSil (ll'O(OritS* e..I..Ena,... 1,:.3vr.messBeefmess
UST received a fresh supply of Family Gro. 1 P.rv, an. tc.- I I. equ-, pickled Tongties'
series at 9 ubs, let ea.
at 15 swlNNEY'S Cash store. COTCH ALE.
LE... I is. L. r LOUis talests to i .110 0kilu ca wr, can eclar. Wine &0 &c,
A n:. 4,; c.- me., April 14---1880.
AMS, Bacon,' Pork, Lard, Butter, Pota.. OLLINS Assu, Spades, Sue are, Gr., MA.,
toes B.E.CARR. Hoes, t sury \'.4=. 5 CAgE.
.\.7 fa.--lisA.

111411 ne000 t0 ('hb~lestoR,


-- ---- -=

-1 .ifj 4 UI '$ \Ll' AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
ILL be -il .11. iq .ga *\" STEMOSCOPIC EMPORIUM,

sity St.p /ine, he n ving a y E ANT II OttT 7,
much thereof as will pay the State undecounty 808 Broadway, Now York.
axes n eex e1xses due 1,.r AfterNay lot, 1860at501 0.2.'.1[s11.1rmy
the undivided half of a tract of land situated on doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.
the North river about 16 miles North of SL,
2 bu.. i*.o led on the North by tracts of ThaStoreoscope is the most irmoir...-s;ra .n-
*****II., P. Manches and publiolands, ** ***r-g entertannng, amusing, and .-ww.I.s.g
nst and West 201Hieb1 n dandB h by I ., none too old, done too
62 of T. 5. S. R. 29 E. and according to -the intelligent, none too uneducated, to seknow-
Government surveys containing 1,185.91-1000 ledgoits worth and beauty,
acres, the whole of said tract has been here. No home is complete without it, and itanites
tofore assessed to Wm. Travers, and will penetrate A. DnROGERO, Sh ff &Ex-off. Tax. It presents to your view every J...I LI ghe
Assessor & collectorst. Johns county. world, in all the .relief, boldness, pasq...I;=e,
Jan.7,1880. and sharpness of detail, as if you ar..: an size
TAX 001180$01"8 8816. Photographers are v.:r ....a. aspiering
ILL be sold, on the first Monday of May Eur eds ,eAfrica, 11 e-- ad.. of II.
next, before the Court House door in St. 111 are constantly enriching our stock
Augustine, the following property to pay the we have a immense variety <-i .er Y:ews
Statent)county taxesawl expearesdnethereon of scenes in P iis, London, Eng.r.r..J, fee.-har..i
for the year 1859, by f.. L.... 1 0.. 1 ago,.' Ireland, Walps, France, Belgium, Ifelbod;
to wit: a Lot opposite L 1. I at 5 61.*1< a L*.. Switzerland, The 91. r... Y. ca. 11< El in..r ien H use; a Lotad- h inb1 all I.

E :. e ,

No- 1 0 1 1111. 1 Prundatal.s, t.. de. ]"ne el.
--5--- --- "I neglinuanuated ideposs uners.aratuk-
I e.*LLEt.'IOll 8 SALE. E. ry ntleman 4,( w.njus and refined laste
711L1. ..1, Ias re area wwer H 14 L ap -sc -in at rout ill.naday<,1 ....1 "' **R.5ra l=angers.*,.-
.1, :raw and ..; .u. L .ng .,n-1 re <.r.cshr

Go. r It sad, .rt. ar MF .... .. 1,
II. 11 L Ll/ 1Blod's nds ... 1-'-.ns.I
public lands. ,,r; u- .t >.. y be v. ag
THOMAS T. BROOIf cny ... I .r I.r.-1
TaxCollectorofVolusiaCo ty, beenperfectlystresA Thisgivesanadditional
The above saleis for the purPose of feet- value, foi sa, L. aur., I;a.a.a.....u.r.: .r.
ingthetitle, adds theel...r.2 .-1 br. .ca-A u 11.1 p....
Nov.12 P. B. DUMAs, Agent. eces is a di .. ., ... ... c., .....3 <<.<.4 m
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Stage ROMC, views or American ure ana scenery.
Among other things we.Save just published
1--: ** *: 111,.Ir al.- us Use ..cE** of the
PICOLATA TO 8'. AUGUSTINE. ."..,;',',. ';;,'.,",' .*,' 't ""j"g
. 66 ag .Is r as r .
a Our entalogue of sul ects and prices will be

Faull g ns, aloyc slat ete C aderIrighl esdar I to -i. .. a
CHARESTON and no such pictures as they may request, e- t by
g gy 94 Views alone, (without instrument) en e
7,, ,,,,, ,., a in readiness awaiting ar- sent ma 2 h to be advisedof
r. ,(2 v... a. 18 miles; Time, 3 hours. really v naboe a the line that comes -
^!lkivals and Dep n Ch lesson t ce ed us their names to p(ace on ..1, .3 z ba dly at .1 r.....L
And Sav4pnah---8 aJ St. Mary's, inland ,. I .F .. t..ul We are
di et. And Eu verythirag

st. Augustine. T. 5 11 7 phic
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, i s/o1 our is a at 1
0 8 H DAPI T.A L, trade will be liberal. *
$200 000. "T::1so St? me .
of Negat ve.

emees- saw owxi, ana
'ri; r ,**1 so- I. ... i. E s.. : -. Is.. 6 0 LDL 0 0 K ET S!

Lord'?,sniorf I ideo i'x es, xaoi.e.coi2wswozarenatesease
generally againg Lose or Dimage by re- OR
JOHN BODINE, Vice President. GOLD LA) C K E 7,
wx.arraysecessay. vor es.oor

Agent, St. Augustine. WOliTII PROM St )..I : us
.Tunes. AHER Te t as a r .

W OOAS. Fin fl"Lo "e oG dour use, w

50 QHARLOTTE STREET. u e ww cage e
ow, e en o offer to my old friends but .. .. .. ..1... .

.r and ninety days credit with each, which cannot beboughtat anyretailstore

-,, ., ,,, ,,, ,, We propose to let a person know what Pre-
.. .. ... ... ... mium he willre -IV. 1.cib.- .-rol., g 1: rr.. r.. 3
purchased at this house over twenty dollar Any Lady or Ga. i- tr..r. .Is.. .g or,. .:r us..a
writ s. allowera e.v.,e, cent or, ror eass._ ... .....:.n e, ...... nest send pa their name and
You have here a list of a few of my large as- .0 ... es .r : a r..- 1.... -0 .. mass the Pencil
sort nent of goods. ... i c., I .. & -r. ..c.1 ...11 make their
a tr a selection, andinformthem by return mail whas
OOD 8 Premium they are eVtitled to, I1. y an then

r. ,. rivues or sensing a its.,
'" "'" "' "" *
... n s.. co.......... ... ..

r He au r on L..ns, a .1 ...t...u .e Presum

L Met. .:.. us r. I sorry abore-, str can
** rt::
Nov r a no ..1 I -r <..u g... I
.a n<,..... .

000 ASSOrtmeB .. .:ra roman.u
OF Le ra d rI f as ar.1.= assu.tleor
anexemons son as silver was
FAMILY ea, Gold Vest and Obard ChhiuB,
Gold Sleeve Burton, Gold
a Watch Keys,

AT ir.,r I.ur. .. ...rr ...rd it. at I'ma
C. BRAVO and Ear Rimes Gold Brr celete. Gokl Bleive tt ,.J.q 4.I de sc,
J, E. MEDDOUGH ^n I us.... Jul. ..u .\ non-i, A.,
8 selling Kerosene Oil $1.75 per Gal. 0 p/ionable references given whenever.
v H=,r.-r 121-2 required.
a .0. 10 per lb. N 11 -To .5. o.I =.4 your names, write tha
Steam do. 11 per lb. .el., a .... a,.11.. a [-1.anly, an as to avoig
lb. I,-pl..:. r, I RNE E1

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Merchants' Hotel,



4to enut-a-nit... user taken the above well
loosen stra (.. Holes. would beg leave re'
qsar:,ally 1.. II.1 .r.. the armer pairnus of the
gr,.. ... c., r el i. soling public, that he
},,,5 II,.. ....41.1, r. ..2. .4 and re-furnished it,
a.qi n.ies, russi.; abs,4...0 ph.ich ;will add to its
comthet as a home, and as a public resort. He
routd also take occasion to assure them that
v., en. re will is sy. c. 3 :r.. =". a p..I ..r 1. suself
to : spee, v. rector its... :>.,.au...*, lia.
**QL.IJ Lif fif( ANT1.-
paanntand satisfactory*
et, 15. 8nt -


st. Angest ne, wra.'
TITTS HR T Ci.1-E 11..iff.L
Li. 1. <=. 1- AP tr., r. in.-
!r 7 r, I 0--. ELY
finerorsthen, t....s or1.11@, --1.....gisu**=[....

give ham F..?tell it wall ra.; -"1. I..aud

,'[0001 HOUSE
AI 70. (.1 e l... E. J. Less
r.=.rE*r ll**r**Te-a 1. 7 p.VL
I,.r gr... 1.....1.. rs 1 1- -1.
Tt., ri-ni 1 as 1- i. I -11
1.unit so a r..-s ly IL.o.,a, L in .. 1.!>. Ls at
a se of the .51 J--1... t .1 0'.--'. ? e-
hous far us., GI 1 I 1. J.r in..s .sd
(nc..- to .reg c.woo u..v. 3) :* ral 1 t*( it [ is
With St. Apgustine. Alide of stages will leave
BIL Augustine every ThursdayforPocoiond re-
t ALM oT oieeveryFriday until the
Applicants for board will 1.1- :, g T. I
J. L. t to.=\'., l a.. Lla

by ans of the Southey(StateB,

a ,ap ng the adeowje c
private-use. The immense success that ha
crownedmy cri : pl F.

toughoof er ntry
mepas e tme exotic f B dsam
ed t these r quest f om

y we r art. U. ... .-
rBrundyard .. to
cts. iceer Br"F ..
rtel and a

03 adt a eon
lower. and I have now n :
with four Brandy exporter: .,,
a fkthe eC s Bra in
am bottling and selling as Wolfe's genitive Co-
gusoBrandy. Iguaranteewithnifseallabels
and certificates, the Brandy so bottled by me,
asthepareunadulterated articleand it will
be found, when used as a medicme, a beverage,
oracordialhealthfulandinvigorating. Ithas
been matter of universal compl t ,, ,,
ed cu@e, rn Frene 1., nine
t 0 i 1 ex ptio a

e th 0 o f
a j a t anad dancd en
othamwds Ms
to an early grAve, self-destroyers, from delirum

be le/ edp'L yFrenchBraud neelhnot
the world as a medicine or wild stimul t. It
is, as the French nation poetitiilly'call it "Estu
de vie," the water of life. But this typ}ia
toit only when pure and unadulterated. Man-
afipptured with thefearfulmgredientsthat make
ti good invitation, it becomes a death drink to
innocent tens 'of thousands of oui race. To
remedy a fearful evil, I have. commenced far-
1 'sBrandy both 8, andn8telling is a
dailyreceiving orders from the druggitatsand
si.xtin c*.ri s .n au parto of the Union, to sell it

e. g..1 11t .1xi'""M V M' a
Co. .1 v.uneKACo.,J.T.Moore&Co.
Nov.10 Sm

UST discharged from Sch. Adratiefrom New
01 "s"i'E**qio.
c B. E. CARR.

ARILATTTED 1 h te Extra for Family use

HOICE bunch Raisins, Citron, Curiants,
istes, asidbrted Preserves, Jelly) Ginger,
e-1 Apple. Also..naa, ?,.an ,\,na, na.,]
Nets. Pen Nurs, Englist. Kniness: il.. I,..ry No,,
Jan. 21 B. E. CARR.

Indelible Ink*
LACK gl Red lak. Letter, Noteand 864-

Ap n1 1860, B. E. CARR,-

SEMIN~a. ARYP. '. -

forl a :I session l ofte onh. nt c Io Ill

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Announc that hai mad gra ipov
ment in0 th auacueo Ke osee h ae
now ~ enale to ofei t h Taet
The noe7to of cutmr srepcfly

TIIEIC SU~BSCRIBER kleou constant

BjLckerrn y rany, Conacbrr Braudy, Gibsn &

g-e W 4e MadrrieDra in, heryWi

JulKien, CtaanLious, an Lfuro ndMllrses, A
Porte.Corin abls,f thCheiraus ad Sog-

Lons itter Owkrgest.c &c.n onCr
5trcr 0.rna BRA Nel ~ Ii~

ge ur. W 8. Chry rnd B E. g tRB.




Every Druggistard Coundr Merchant should he
e 0 of

For salein St. Augustine by
April 14-1860.


SS 8 pe p tic

00188 I1 it gy.

OSt SR 8 O RH" Ble-
ditiflQ H ( 8 WOrld.
in n ft
10(],,UUU JROakO OS
SOld in Greorgia and.

BOuth Carolina in


is warranted to

RPO IOilowed, any

Of Dyspepsia,

Debility, Palpita-
tion Chronic Diar-
rh ten Giddiitess
9 9
1 *
Depressed Spirits,
AISS O appetite,
d I
an n be Ie ant

80 8 SptO 0 -

ly ada ted to Fe-
IRale COmplaints; it

prod uces Rotund-

ity Of FOUR iQ Fe-
IIIaleS Of a.r.01 Q agid

8 Habi
11' I .
a YOff IRV Ril-

should- try one


gg y .ggg ar, New York.
For scde in St. Augustine &
.B. E. CARR.
April 14-1860.

BGETABLES, Pens, Corn a n



. ~I

For sale in St. Augustisely
April 14-1860.

A large rs oy



98^^ ECIFI >
were only roarrrVE CURE
8 E

asross as
BAY A BIG Dooron's alls.,
G D 3 BIR,
sAVE A are Docton's
8AVES A are socian's

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L rTTEr- a*Lp




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was uces mouses,

a of