St. Augustine examiner

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


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


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

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whi eneans, split Peas.

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Grubbing Here... Curry come

J] bou of 119 unio*.Jial bar.'d 1.; th inspu is.c.ustrarn: 8 1.3 Od II, Is>..It up the J lance EL ---1 rn.Jun alestabeflhis.Iberifmurned
5 ..0..*1 [Ia: Civil, ...r by the pdside irr he e ds*: .:=[ rh. Ap.:Heal.." .9..-, and .:.1 1. .Th trien= personally addb -mamel
ETAIL, ..1partnes. rhe shed. 4.hurch,20.1 ..r just, unr;"E LI 1 es vb .riC -st,
it so.-sy ut. r t....i ..w the a...r.r- wit u= m: tignty.,r th.. Rouse L't.urch, theru,;b in le well Love imperram the 4.2.0 $..vers.,;my oth the seal es any p ream a he
10? "" '" '"'"E'"" -""' de. ,o .4,ans." 'ftil auri diction e:.1 rank. atresume beliefatselike n or
9 EI...) n eth a sp.mU.1 tirer.a. rs:r ky reasons (be :*uprcue Pomliple But age gay IE so all paces so.J rdi nitions 4 aoud sad
as .0 ma .s-, nion and shini close Imk is rb boris..r 15< Snrdillie ti .Larument our of c.urryas would be glyan to these
glad unic.:sn sh ,ehedjgh.-eq interest n -47 4 a lead our areroungs em- Whabirafar shows
o. an.2 $1. AuguStiHP, FlOrida.1 '$".is Assinf al",, i'I' '?.!ei 2"iss," "' 10 '"
our.<, id b. 1. 1016+ temporal hap br out kb: b we exerted contrary L sig ill. Papa'PP.I
Saturday, June28,1860. p of and... einaorr.,al.e a=.1 1.aight, y be e. shreass, an d in heseaat users sadvi

-.s, cus hi .. c. In epi, a cand.9 ul II. '.ardb rea en- rbats a cy ass co..m. us crimes are in- Fc.r., by m...
v lb is t..a., I.ur p. o it. r, oth mmt .ld so c..s so.j,;orartr aril lud 3 I -ra 'trial af ilege s inc..elud Atorous Srnarist, Apoolc4. Cursor.
Walnut t 1: p..t, .ho rl. a b..el.1 up.r..<.r .ud -ut. rr a. p.1 so, (Lar .0 r t v so sh at cu and the ents, knerrea Clan 1, hinges. CurEDF,
Easy ...( G,,J R I UR r r r ,. purch, El ( .0 .;ri e...un.r -r t sugall rus,9eli3rf j rolest bauLhn y on very su -

.r..I tra. Feb la..cs n ..5 ad times. [by run rup aturetted or away
, if .p a urt. n totr..r I... I b e.ub.:-he thnrels or JI ta in seekly. -him si the"coqa We are not so pmT-
a nJ 8.4 Ap. no .rk.. h we, n ti, as hand, i. tank J no all rbat.) We wedd let th$
4.4 4 L : a ab.:: .1 a unst he sup <-sition asser 0 pau URDOE Ted with

..r L u J p. r 1 m. whom Adr do we thank rb I he .

9 a n n ie io a adtiate e impious rebellion against legitimate rulers, na reed. On up wh-t*2n assure -2' -
TO D1E. 1 Ow, Z" bas not done this, not a word things which are clearly and openly cop- bl 8, [hS[ [ ad fat than 8 Well-IDOWD I
about the Ballarium Romanum, nota word elemned by the Apostole when heteachet... sendments, he at appreciauon of w
about the Roman Poutifical He does pLet everyF he so to thigher phear r fu*: .1, thrbid as to place hire in
pcA deserve qp answer to his last, but still God, and the Powers thit be are ordained u,- the same rank with **Z." While abuse
zo1 wh th oul elfor mdibw sy God it cel. re, they who resist rulers to gentlemen kep walan the bonuda aded .
termina- against Victor Emmanuel. N w, let him 7. -ma de ...3 c.ur .= of God, and they tha e-ux.u r b? .1a:.rke, ressor. and truth; We give
not mistake us, we want no assertion f -a orti to themselves dammation. .. Run b..rn thus b..nor and respect which their
the Siecle or any other journal wlu L 0 hd a cao I 5 knts demand-but when emoting sold
nator. Pratestant or Infidel. Point out the a .mber authorit A b -- anered buriem they make asserno
of the Bullariant Romenum on which to y, ey .-
for In- formula contained in ?' as xt" ude r so do "^.da mi b p :da (bld

of oyr Pontifetals is it may ded.. mtt. E .... L it tonbe 49 use of million, the fire* of a thousan
. 1...-- found. la jine pointeda pageina y sely th d a note to arehave dispr.:.ved i.:.r almostninetail
leas of our standard Outholic works on while .. ..M raj u were b ventureses, they annot, any, they must not

o at 16 I ,ru fla v u I.u .3 r.eT .use 0 e" re- r-a intripj ifilkintunfJsituded.

City used P [*., whichhwe lam the Sardinian Govern ,
: """an ooll o:tily "'o fo," nan ::ia "dn no de ag An Anormoxzsm Qum -Under
ben we reqtlire you to point it out in the ses and injuries have been infHiethd by it need be, We exco municate hem an w rtin caption in Holly Springs, Miss., scores.
above mentioned works. We pass over the on the 01 urch, sad on her rights and sa pen2y of the a pondent of the Memphis Eagle and Sa.
where seH olher matter in your long article us it is tr- red in asters. 170 have complained ve favor, or 3 9..7 r relatesshesubjoinedanecdote:
arge cities j to yth o a Tro tor al them ec ly I oa" co a dver h wsoe an n t car di s m to a i o

lar to Dea- sured you will fni'd there none of those the hole Church the wrong of a 0.
Devor, curacs with which your translation was s ho eing t .r Our Southe u friend d soovered a dia.
lasHotel;) rillc.1-es..rupro, to throw up the whites of vided for guardingsand J. i ,.Em_ n in a very ents:el looking me on
. CARR,* qur re sbne a fetr o e ina as have already pointed ...r the .1p board to open achat with him, and nothing
sm. indulge. If the Bull which we now seud Ministry. Of the open proofs of a no i loathe to hear whathis friend had to say,
S. you, does not show to yoti, your mistakes, a Ji r. 8 0 e th e a g be indicated I'd his murser that he was ap.
then we will consider th., .. c..i g .1 p a .r .....a proposition of most special mention and also their success. pro..Lbable; whereupon followlag dia.

nx 1 n t a ent e ilS d oom 0 e 2 e ro ee dWell, sir; I wish to salE fQy
8s eignty of the Romas Pontiff, and to lesser c.. revocation, annulmentPand one que don: I hope it will be no allimse?
ES. sun of Excommuication. hiej an r r iA st o e iH ed tdral don S...elarrner-Certilnly not: I will ineer
1'801 ULGATED BT" HIS HOLT ]$SS ?198 ftalian War br(14.: ..or to 1.:. n rk Gay:r- r as n;JU pjeMure
928 IX. AaAINatTax DEsrollazIts or am: or of Austria uJ EL., C..c.t .1.:. 6 E-Well, Sir, i.s it trus that they work
Manu- cavace.-T e mowing is a translation French Emper..r ami EL,.].>us n4,p...u in the ploir at the South?
of the Letter Apostolic ofit. H..1y Father fraud or erime ar t..s S-1 mil anager you in the favorks
by which the punisthment ...r to Greaters every ineans, t 1. ...I . e corustrymen, by parking yea
Dubois, Es...:.culuum..m.:.n sourt et .1 up-.n -sil who ,, question or two.

lottee" bar-: 0- qu.ily or r.Lull...n .0 Lt.. H to a on p no ,. T-I..arasitcher ghtwir.
enne, Ivan f oa r o eat inf .6 c. I S-H..w man oerromen dayousuppose
commanded, favored, helped, counsel ed wicked writing w p- p a would require to denw a large one-hores
e. Orders or lb..s J i.. 6, in.e. or have in a of de it s, a .r. t: ,1. w?
rfect satis- a p.:...u,-] 1,= d ag, or done an lbu tr... us ur a P..a.:, p nJ ,,. r ..c u. Y---WL-0, L L*iIpped"e air or gaven, My
a,.-r.......arr I asu call I... L w- ur on as r to d .:- .0 p u o'ers.
as los jtheI 1 ..It sJ bu= to as 1 atd.ed la .. Fra lousa qj r. .. SwWhyrat*eTheyWOTthflattrolitkt
lur bc to a adva n I,..g .. so ad utia d It at p..[us.: :, aud ]'-Well I BUppom $800. -
s. u,;,n ... "'.g" '~" S-That would be 86,000. Now, what /
cm .." ..2,,,.,. ,., woul.3 one s.,,, strong horse cost,?
an.0,s Gr** it mu ur a ft:* .r pr.-pned, to L, our 2-1 guishabout 5100,
sh8tore. ..ied to r, and i P.:rk. ..4 car f'.nr ] ..r. (q..athinthesouthernerlooked a thtle
no -1. .sa was .1 ps., ag.rew neum...] ar. I p 2 quizzled at his neighbor, who Witheas
.. ,. 0;::: .;,$. suit ag to b.:2r the canalusion starsed and

re r pe al oun e rdinian Gu meet vb... be sta r- -I-Iknean't seas a lisl
.. P .1,2. of at Pr. Vide o. it w is brought to
Luti. pythat when the Romate ltmpire fell, al.- at these I .0. Maria At astra Emma 1-Thil hipW.Odens
as was divided into several kingdoms' I ...... JO zio: 10.1 so ur tr... 1 .. B,.U. as that a cannery Arnt there has
theReman P uriff, who Chr.-1 4.p a 1 .4 rd on fune 20 andSeptemb1r beco urtag the numerous alligarms,
.)e .. 2 e .ur ania. 86th last year, loudly to complain of the b ch w.m 1.aly about the bayous and

"may 1 she o =ii?= hi

the whole world, and without any p ed. ht have been expected that P wr we ag does made of I, and spoke

!"!ai o 1"i ff t," 1 ":0"it or .
ble, lest the Catholie world a a. Itave es ei / s reqT $ one chancery, of the penanadars <.1 Florida are ahead of their

dy, he q h eo ouaftsCote t cino UniversalTath lia World and.cho Familia. r acu1. L Loalatana neighbors, having been in the
itis necessary for every Church to resort) ful committed to their care, of every.grder, I me, travu..r beer, clin pupiant st ate habit of lanningho.hides of the rAmerr.
souldeverbe directed in the administro- gank, and condhionjoining their cwo re- (dgxed, tiny ba Ld hihad earagndar Wh0W, ggB (0804195" Mr EllB0f pt .


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"Costar's" Bed-bug Exteragi

cosy? Electric Powder,
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n short, eve form and species of

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Druggists and Retailers ever
wholesale Agents (n all the l

1 tAddressorders-or for a Circu
HENRY E, OOSTAR, Palaclexx.
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E. HEDDOUGH at the old stand ofDa-
a sharesC\npl as ..1 n 1
Emmer Gook.elan :-pe/ say in re:co h .e
Teha c v anar et and to ^
y a r an examination ni
fineramilyGrocernes, Fre.hars.] Jaily recent.1
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A~on anderryle~ir~grBrandrthe ry S _~ates um roB oolman

(195 woman and Avirc

Cashmere Gours in Florida.
,d or .4palachaula Lv
Nearrated da a [ts 5 pated ifu d is Ibd96Lu re
ad, a rose,-.4 on St Virament < ue
ec.ner.:4 Florida We bare aor seen
sayitung <1 abe k:nd to approa.:b b so the
s...finen, 6ra meand bass :.f lit"
Sean .f its air as mean su n untact

in as a t.aj. .e>$rnano .1 r
Sea Island cou..o stars any we I we bne
aware*=--Thesample on to. asan-stthis
Sentinel vali.x-. Cal Floyd inform *
that be has. now a number at these Guns,
and at..uke, tiny wall do well on the .:Gas
of Fi.wi.12 '11.. exp r.mast is. is troup
as a ll warthy use c...naulession of nee
who IV.1 laterested in whas army E.,:,me a
Rw article ,>fproduct in our fair land of

'I'he Demooracy have nomiisated Gen.
Abn Milton of West floridai for Go cr-

elected will no doubt perform his duty
without fear or favor. Our personal ne-
quaintance and kindly relations with Mr.
Hilton> Drqu:pt us te accord to him every
virtue that could adorn the character of a
gentleman in whatever position of life he
may be placed. The great misfortune, is,
thatthey should be the nominees of what
was once known as at Democratic party.
f'lgrida Sentinel.




Jo subr Ew, of P u.aca, .

as rrec. -
and on, m as leetionaiad re.:-ip r n,
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s..-our gimens gave
reselling in the slu*I esso a re
freshing fr'ma. Isli Fius L.ud com
early to We are indeble.3
to Mr. John Mastarr., a flue nashmel* 8
an to our fri@ he Receiver oi #.
I.and oSioe for a tine star a lon, t.f l."
ownwanasag. Wr I conned line n-

;b m
thit. devillion va hortic ittp, me w -
on come congle,'t di sigxt.fa so J.oee-r
us, as the matron of the .10.pso!.a
has feasted ur. upon the deserts of
skgmaliful rable sprod there
Sea Bathing.
$ Weire happy to bb able to announce '
thas CoL Earnesolofs a L*,al. house is
Sr asheel, at..i in fgil operating. We can
untify, that so ae in not only n lu> la7
saster-rs*Iuare to health, k,..t (p r. poet...
prank.ald.&ryand..r.1.0,, ab.3 us.:.a12
ramble opportus ry for all re I ..rr/codwim.
How ofsen is it the ( rSE, (Bat thi6,8kiOED
plishmem, saves life*! Even the Intle ....rls
of she place, fr.:.m the use of 0 b. luxury,
anddi er de n -,

porra.atsonomplishmen a be able the re
feel as home c.n the water. A dozen
a p ha e not dr

fiensthus sporting with old at :.0. is d .. r
seen here andpments a ney phassihflif
lifeppeak froni hearsay, as when this
pioInseiseshibited, weareshpt out. The
getariptionofthe pee and ease of rise
movemenar- of Whers., water pphs, is it.
selfapierarw. frienda hous abs
consitry bring their fea 1.:F, to in
thebenlth of our sea breedle and acquire
abis useful, gracefulwmi healihfill accom-
plishments This),ash ho6seof Col. Brig
xispros,1sasileekerected for the special
wee and ae1ximurodation of his gysics, and
ye feelassured, it Will, wi\h th. ...tigr at-
tractionsofhishouseWeeiire the patten.
ageofthe public. Let than, once come
andeitjoy it. They can (ban sp.-c.k for

gip* In polinesse have n desd calm.
All seem awaiting the sent.a of abe 8:.1ri
moreend Richmood c..r.neurans. Ther,
iB B EntWRg fueliDy, that it. rs. [hFI 8 RI' Ec
Presidentud oominatic.o .....:. gr. ord er
abascenes enacted there thus the rool
orparrythear.pirans W.r ylace, is quer
patria, seeking nothing but to us [.1>
own ligean freedom ar.der his own fig tree,
and the friend or tarmoll and di union, all
Jook assinguly-a--abe-w-as.II..--ef. areas-le.
now aranspking. How far settishness may
prevailabere unchecked bi pairic-cle ano-
non, some alone run .-dian-1.m. wterasr, r
the sellish aspirants may do, we have on
abiding confidence in she ti-ns patraution
and few of Country, that pervade the our shale hand Turf is too
much intelligent and free shought in this
anuary, so allow abe pe.:.ple to be long
swayed byerror. They mybe led t6the
precipice, but when th-y he the gulph be-

alip The Beauin-! b 1= the following.
Judge T W. Breward having re-ign.mi [,as
position as one of the Board.ot; Educouon
for the Seminary West.of }he. Suwannee,
his Excellency Gor Perry has appointed
Igr. C. E Dyke, of the Floridian to all
#'w ascancy.

Whososwer makes the f wear uneasy,
is the begl bred m company,

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Hon. 8. R. Mallory. I
We arc ir..ider.] r., its.e growlesson for
11= yd Repjamin of Jaouisiana in reply to
Senator Douglas, and for othee papers
f:4 which to sell ace.:pt..ukthanks.
Isabra canassion see the and-on
, ,,, p.,z 4, ,,. mp,.3shing lower.1
Florada business. ibia wall be s...:o by
thefollowing fr.,ca Day

Courts to Flor
la.:. r as r IN .r rs tra
..I line speela.1 ord.., it Wh.::... a 11.0 duty
.,r the Chau LOhliDGurd*a [but has thu lilst
........... in oa user is sea .
allr.PI,5Gil I wout t., aka (.*-or for

r eh5enator Ir a Flors. in, i.ol ]
back, gram th agginee a &*1 .
ryabills in Be time for Eng be

puton .rn pa 0 1 J 6 1 ty ad,

a br at he I e -:. h id na lb
as n FI la w li r...r tals an n .
.r.r II is 11, c.. wo.

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Th Pi E ING OFF10ER. It re-
us e--

There beir g nuot.) .:t..o, ttso 8 ,us, as
inCanan,.nee.?al.. \tt h, pro< **3 to
etinifider the bill ($. No. 4441 ban-le/
the tune of holding the courts in the not rI
,ra districa.f floride.
ill. PC'GH. The Committee on the
.Tudicing rape.t h lack with an anignd-
rs, c.s. Its a use.< I.,r mini one it recon-


. ne non ,a u tt,. n..-nam...t -1. p..wd I.*y
the <.'.>mr .tr... c., tt..- Jwl lay. an!,.:
,:.ur all .der its.. .:oseting
per 1, a = E... gegular terms of tht district
c.:.. rr ..1the Ursar.:.1 r r. sfor the northern
eru dotrks, of Fl..r a ball hereafter be
b.1,] nt .1pt.1a..Inc.1 ..0 the. ll.>( Mapday
:.3 Man.1.3 at Talul se on rise first Mon-
day in May; at St Augustine, on the first
31 u.Jay a .Jun ; nod a Pensacola, on the
ra a isle 4 -l... y r; but
. al a to I

a at ..I st.c places
of .ya .4 n r, 10 Lul v uti D Ed
pub c in y so r wr,

ler el

3a.In a rds d El d{
4.1 and read a th.ed urs... Is was read 1
third time, aqd passed.

Fisheries #Florida.
The Boston CommercialBelletin makes
(.1. si. r rbl e ad ilattaing t

are beginning to attract attention in all
parra or is country 11, says;
**' .,I FI..cida, to the extent s.f at
1.netairbsodred miles, al..auls in the
in -t ILL. 11:.rnpin ., -L.:. pa ty nd, group-
8 anish naaub.el, r...3.gish. mpilet>
er, P
green turtle, Ag.,.are to be t..urs.Fin ines-
Lan rible .4usersues at, etc.(point/
both on the eastern ancT western coast.
Opress, which 0.- act surpassed, if equal-
led .0 size and tient--r t.y any in (ta was ,
no e.. t., found so, every coverand
the numerous blue, rivers, and creeksef
it,- mur..:.r term with delicious fresh wate-
or liab, such 5., base, and soft shell
turtle. -

Constitutional Union Meeting.
A mc....n; of the Freers.h of ab.. 1.11..00.
th. trueLaws cf St.'s
County sea In-Id on ,St. Auguqtitle at the
"OttyHotel".on Thurisday Eve.ung June
11th. CFl.1RLES F' TTOPKTNS was
.:all..J rs. II..: CI. n real F.anu
app.:..el..d i r..a; II.+
,,,;,-,7,, age ,,,, ,..i to n...unaste Del:-
9,t..s, r.. .co..:nd.:.r, r..t., 1,.:1.3 .r
Qulacy ...ut :?tl. met and R.I.J. pl n
delulsons to b ...If:1. J to it... rn...t.rg .11
Gaze A Bra ., 1,.E.ace... L
p I, 0.2 11... 2..), 0 1: Dual.xur.,
Irr tirsu. .. r..o a.,rut., a..minared as
fligat*-5 [v LL- .10rs. C..[.:..el..a-Bar.:..
1.. 010... scus..a. c. ... Iso....7
Flussell, O .:rge em r. G...u.< U.>"
Samuel Duffract..n S ....1 10.0, 0'.'"
dele; =5.. went unt.n o....nly apple.coand
ppeautol. Thefth repour. 150 Dual

? the matten God they rr to u u
v ar..hothe and, 113 ad

Without any eonuservilling s.....i.
I would not aer.d a JAg/ik Baki- .
more, because, havingencelef dr conven.
'',ar tum rd groithy a J s

,g qzrament..,n can or will, upr could y .
N neral C...nvention, in she preshi disi 4.
c.panion al cle easillainsics, come up re *
al.<- url.eda ti,. ofdise [1nna proper --

.mpromise of.t.or even a
,>n, me;la.nsche me an so apparent our ,
ader ofour giour..1,and because I Jo a r,

ob le fust r.,anicanne= so Nationap
I w.:.u pp a the n-sunnee of she Dail- -
...rc Ca anon, 21 usu.anated by -scre, 1
4. ..,<, ,<...e. Usesuse a
11 .1 HE numb.:rclautu. from abe South
""' "b u >I y
desire.ior the South, and which I wi n
a...w explam, is real J.kely R. pr.- I'.$1
he admine scalson ofsu..h a assassee; b

el our einal [ lu I agins us th. igink.ner
000 bases, or n advi.ab6

strange Aspeer of st. Auguerizie-cli-
Inste andProductions-ItsThequal"
ed Bilybrxty-Florida Winters-

0 4, iS[. u s eMj
ortavalide-The Town Three Hun.
dred Yeare Old-Inducements for
Emigration to Florida.
4:'erospondon.. gr el,< .c-JUL 7, see:.
8., weir ,.J.,y..q.v.I la. le.=.*
^*0 "f GI F EU F *: sks, the usingu
In 01.1 town is no rmn al; It s nest ...uly
t elshed, but ph. d...; J B .It alter
it.-: marsawr *:.1th-: urb ? Ear war,
latant.:.a art.-ers, in go.,,3. [s.ulse., EDash
b..r.:,m overs... m., st., .,3. wall., on.
,,,,iwas shut in t 1..,1. walls, the us.el..
.vill liud nothat like at ;u 11.< th,;ted
Slatea. In resp:.0 to tree a.mus caud pr.
dayr.rsetoo,-0L.Aggustinusicial an

.rd.) the g..r. as tr: fal *.1 it
can, aud its nevered or no

th..ugh Inbol ng and r the allects of an un-
Free-dent:rt le.n t ...:ar it s. e.n -
ti..;- .aug.- mas ,,re r ..ur
**"' '-' or .. me,
insects .: a n 0.0 an.u ofall

""@" is oe C.
p...megranar. u,.g., or,.3 the banana,
grow.can..rlot, all, andme ire onya
I (ll. lebir and act rise to ake them
H.Ally....Iis t-I V
13td the great boast of St. Augnline is
its unrivaled salubrit y L,.1u juit sout s
,af the 80th parallel ( A .[ is blest

o a en
der than that of Italy, and more equable
than the far-flined temperature of Cuba.
a the months ofJknuary and Februa-
9, this year, there was no frost, the range
being fr...m.,4gh to 820 Fahrenheit. In
March(thecoldest for a dozen years) there
werea few very light frohts, d..;&e*,n... r
oeptible harm td jgarded regarant... Plc
her tht, ere to scarcely an unpl...a-anr 4
all Winter; Ges are rarely L.O.11.:1, ec...
dows.usuallyopab, and the soutba u so
usu.tal..r.1- c an .,at. Thengtives
bin, that Eurgane emy n J. It.1.r
OTVOT Of4 6 SUD% T Ag 1 10
pered by a sea breeze wh I su. ? .)

.ed nH eA. ,o I.
Quuug. optuougUL ':9 blankets are invariably required for. ease

e re ori a6bl ifay ita refreshing
Several hundred bralids and pleasure
b ca fr as theaN rd spend thfull

November to June. At this moment every
hotel and boarding-howeiqeroyded, and
we War e abu laursar.:.h on the St, Jobu's
Riveraradeterredframesodaybyth Inch
,,p nq , Morehotelsare urgently
see .
St. Auper.e-s nrr.:.pus 1.:..assifil a riLl
of "The Ancient City," and not without
reasozi, forit was a place long before Ply-
mouth Rock or Jamestown, was thoughtof.
he up latle t..n 6 grea.e..r lbre.-....urtar...'
On the 8th of September, 1565, in the
,.;&ca -f Partly II. of Spain, Prone.
gggyEZ DL VILEs landed h ,.unmendel the parano. or settlement or
the com. With the, s.:.ptic.n ofs pernal
oftweny years, fr...m 17*3 e.. 121 St
.4qual no reason..1 undu the .Anatol. a
...1 rhe- Spanish crews tell 1 1, when
g.;nd. 7..:- pal*: added by CO[ I Edmaneaul
( r ive, seri es it.= h>rb
..(.Jul ..( that year abe Spaubla 11.=;, Mr...t.
hal that..d for ms. t.un.jud seal lifg-ups
J.are. es..ept als.: p.erkJ ..f us.ory y at.-
above mentiuned of British peassif e..D. was
inally lowered at the earl, uf St. Mark,
and rbs. Esaveand Srnpes took are place.
Or less the mention.:.1 N.:.nhern agris ul-
tur..t 0.1 bonual rsera has b.en tains..1
b.Fkrlds.,m.l war ene..c., Isr this Stu
.11.:.6 peculiar adruntry,:s r.:. enurpri'" E
m.grant,:- man lia,.ned means. 1 ts.JI co.
large .au able t..p.c in futur.. low sad G:r
else presear tshollonly ni), 4.:racrIly, that
among these advan: p.a me a health
climate, no Winters su the N. riberu e at
of the I rces, and thecone..quentersp a y or
the led tc, p oduce two r thr a

on .>Ip na man

North ern cities,

Hoaromptues Inc unem a es same
savan.-The R.oyal society or London at a re.
centmeetiing, elected Professor A. D. Bache,
superintindent of thernited states c.,r st sus-
vey, a fearagr.manat.,r as it.= c. v
Irs es stal.,v, rt.c can sorc1 e.gna-

W.asnumorce.. Nov 'd, 18011.
D..i So:-I lance re.:.:ard sc.ur kner.
I wasinelined to avoid expression of my
skas,1...cause, r. some resgicote they.are
at var;unce with those generally entertain-
ed by rsuead ian.J r.ble Itaders ol' South..r..
< in jaigns..rst .11.3 15J..III; I
1..5= ps. .r feelid it. r lu..,t in e... J.ia.sact a manner, 000
. r...mnHa,11.x to Je..lane an usiner rush
1.1 enh.r disr.: past I.. J.-urself or scaJn'
et. e ro .he sk, e:r I hav: ....n lush.]

,, on abou r
ft I LO.

r. It. vior
do. bl r I e proper v. 0
lot. pr r brb heF..1

whichIbi of Sk.r led
hpld, that b sa a e arreb

to .3 it n
.3 ra y same n.. ar. Ti
to saidam ru -nu

uto a as # a -

. .

I ag d 1 e onGut
of the United Statesis the constitution of the
gpople ofsovereign and oo-equd States, united
uponthebasisof perfect equality of rights and
Besolvedfurther That the Territortes of the

a n
as such in any State o the Union, or by the
Constitution of the United States. ,

Un0 at so vtethe Caohn as of the
inthe Territoriesorto prohibit its introduction
at norialon efj
F r .. r r prohibit
.. .uspair, by
the r a full ten
an. us; 3... a not
of the Terraories n any
I ,,,.
in of clin eleir

T ttheprinciplesenunciat-
L .b [ uL 1 pn El U


no ch

an the edicia an e
.tion a she d no er be discussed, pr acted

a ,It was moved a a ried that -should
the St. John's Delegation not be present
al th. C. uvouri.:..2, then the Daval Deleg e
ston be empowered to actor them.
7 110 Dr *.a.s ig Secretary,

ggygyff g fgg,
We have the pleasure of acknowledgitig
the receipt, front Mr. Aymard, of Milton,
Fla., of a bottle of the above fine wine. It
was manufactured by him, from the grape
othis own vineyard, near Milton. Ir .3 she
purest article of wine we have drank for
roaus years ir a 1 I.nor, bould
r.. 5 the tl or orr, ..a., part, lorly

r. rta 0. as noh
outr H )., now ears a
,,,, g g ;r on b al. I :.ra he
FI.:nd., ma.J. by b.u.e if, so.1
a be t.d or (1,< anaderne
p 000 dud3f piF buUls
in id; rhe pure Fl.,ach ==un or to
'I of the flay..r ami net
**ft sificoth raises Lial *:hK
\Ye b re drolet, wh n this purity had
indran at Mrs wine is g--u.-.ully Israuwis,
there wI be a great susand for a -
Ch'^ 9- "P

taiiP A us.o alitae tnawall 8 L. Fl..ub
la..mi to BL fl..d
ru< on EE ut**'
runn.n: e.r 0 N. w 0.1,usu rand Shrave.
p.rr la the alght a ,a.p ab a.
r to. rbruar .:.fu prosec..3.:r ones.d;
4.0, n.1 then family drat.L.. J Oberles)1
j-,rt @.1R. J. Lyle, tooth I wheru imma.:.J.
;arely spir..i The ('aptain of ae ten
tt, a see.. ,ae r crest a is, lardr u,
Te 80.2 Jo P 8.38 **The r

age. II.: ,.4 rue .. \\ n.
exyisposaty, us, on ad
been inaplying to. I nt, a place called
Knoxville, an Oberikee co. Texas. The
reasons giving by him f..r cournistirag the
.J. c.1, were that they were a[.6 parties who
w.,-e c,.:, king his I st, although they land
never met before. He ackn>.vkdge rise
d--=d, but defea not 86EM 1.0 000 partieh Br*
ly about Ir ^ -

Mary of F. Un;,.r p ed, br ful strea.711. th cause or Calliarketional
air.a.iv en 3 1 omprorn -e or .r..nstru h os enterely sited a w is
or I 8. It us...o r she P...Sc I pe. rance wrhe...Jayne boision issues of

"Infi pi "'7 si' 2 nDd I dD to
so, tr n.> territe lb, turn ..t us a ba,. .r ple out dese

2' ',' Groblso in r I no of
pm., LS 6 *Is..rPco by the local I w '.e on.plula.d n ua.
The0 P.:p.A.I psy low seni. 0 mp.panwasaabou arguing a
up...o rh. c 0.1 th ....s some, or Ire F..Fr.mady ushers : ILar
d'; "" I' 'nd ....o.J.u. .sa ; mas.- name y
ol dl l e.h. I t....;r. .1 11.:.1 st is lb v..c agous and matrollag connellou
dtary,,(Co., ... [.. I 3.@ El at -1,<< utertain, hantti ll underra lief.ut.hand
are not intruded upon ib The practical succeed ur lunsu possessor of the
scope of the ..0 b p at is, Inc sh, re El ral true, r ener.x, law use duty of

o a r a nu
of servitude. No more slave States, is the failure of th s, to so 6 ar :af, apg a yw .
coriser cre.n. f to.;c orgallization and their I pion of : .x,.1 huang.naus
cry na th a R.p ..I t the de States. th1. .1..:m 2.-rr a

mocratic par / hen Cleis is on D. L YULl!E.
withorit JIsh..... 0 r.-1.a,; r..]. Pi* o Qgks. E Dr E e.
A great p.rl, I insuld p L.sps my th
greater part, .*I El 6* if hr wing GI th P RROFIDS.
rty, hold that the inhabitants of the ter Ti eaIp th 1. II. ic re masks on PLAT
tory may regulate ri,.- ...i),..r, for them-,:, run. r .r. e 10. at just at clan.
selves whenever or a.:..A usier Congree
as..0-,I authority, into a separate territorial time, from sense of oui exchitnges. It ac-

cozA1,u ,ls it, ..r ,1,.; 8..,, < i'sub the athge; *.1 Ld $}CA uQd C
tionofal. i ') i* 3 and ePtoh a s efsformthe est tyr rh-.I. e.,
drantage judicial suction for their op .nro., afraxrsar use .1.3
A pornon ofthe Democracy in the South j n

en n us I
choi a .x.ela 1 < gyoun h

c. I r n ..r, iii other stants on
.r>ght may .. .. go
.. e la. 2

diose of the Northern wing of th 18 st a L.. I
0 .el r in co

terference for protection in the TerritoriG. 1Wash rlJuns, .) en all
gree la this ..upr..a...s ..r Congression .e n mo use gr.n-
abson-n.. .:-1 ra..o.,, over,; wa, ra. pl. seLc. .ape
It i. o .r r, le:..;p.::a.1 unt we ars u. to. No c.u-ss
th. m as or our Northern Ders......con ,. c. ..
bretaren, all at ..4. 1.:. I ad upon .un on .za .-
gr and than a p. r al p..o., n of to .. corn .., p 4
g .... ..x e. e. In
(.ne fla-:H th BOUSE tolerath r LI I p 7
among its own citizens a division of .pin ,,...r .. ar pr. ., ,- t....
ion upon :1..i i...t, and keeps warne la <...0, r .ne, c .ur. Justice,
its party organizations (lioth Demoornams rn.r cam..,r. to c.,
and opposition avowed and zealous advo-
me.s f e-a-inr:re--ad.>o, we ex- a rs. TL. f .ilu la time ars my ups.f
p** r .:.ur frund no aba North to be undi. Ver <,2 a adier on abe Claurkston 4.'surier
a :d ar; f...r be. Isra, is one in relau...ratoT.-ranad FI...nda.
as :Sy of So.uth.rn .ut a ar..1 en f ea- If all one fuss which 0 base presend

by rton rr ursume o in thes.: Letters respel.ung Flundianad Tex-
circuman.,3 as be tru... the summary of the
Iadmdu II,, I have av.:r, its any lors, advant.,;: which theformerpossesseso r
or t...any dogs. yi..11e.i my appr..tration, theirmer Stualsust be conceded:
oras,.-or,.r...:..aravenocess the a.I..a that I Thor FIonds pot-sentenarnuch more.
the: traidnLania **ID Teffit..*Ff bhass ED) et UbrKuu8 F.11ahL*L than 1610.
pure r ru exclude. almb..I.3,-u, cr in ct.. 2. .1 navo more e.grav: climate.
at'. ..1. 2 or C.:.opries...041 .....asureran. .3. Must. t,-rter s--asses
to.o soc amps.., : I to, a abe ;:-0. -1. .1 Impr pr..poetro., dared.dal lar..L.
py, },,gy, p,,,althin ?2011) Up=D 1 58 hug is. A Blue girater quatuty, .104 &
put b in fil phiad 160', ADd hths is. o tau=:6 (fidL F Unlelf of gibd Unit,@ OD
i:r bra6ta nor re I liEmi my p a I.*.HEd- a Rad*.h asole EDtin distritantacto 0

L.:nt upy the south never to abandon is water, sad a much more general idisash
TI. right of colonent"uu; or.rue 1 oncle ex- Listfof Ir.
^ 'st.-11; of Grash 7. A .:uach'igrcher reader of prudue-
My up.nson .,3 War ch. Detoo.3rille party ti...o and much neers migable araples.
rd ? al.) 0.1 whera n is 8 A ars-ater number ef,-pood navigable
I has, [. Inerall,- to the plan use,-, and rous.h t..-wr rc.ada.
c.t Nasunal use as sin-yare,,u vt., 9 Superior Labore, and a much greater
...: .truly,.... .1 Gabk Eva litairali master of stem.
rh tau e ree h a decing ab, ann. 11 1 mueb more favorable geograph.-

tr .In 1. a [F/l ntshe call I terlacilmes of internal trans-
ag mania ..I e.ruph(.ig usef.urty seen.:s, and therel.
and p the < are of me t.anates.z- 12 Gress. accurity of life and giroje-
time1: abod u.u,-r. of the smaller stance rv. *
.4 6 Licame I to arul. sh lose may be kgre, gtson, F.r.- n.. less than twelvead.

nia .1 1 gaus be useh

n r was a neandon.Lara pan sun- 'r a so..r!J. cg e.g., seed be prevented it
v ,.0, to I anal,=r of Sun. auding ski reasoc.t U.1 nas a person who laur,
del desfc t., roll others
dare; In a convention of Southern of soulse..
Srar e5, many or few, Iam andy to join is ^''J.x 0.=== as quine as large an
at any unse-the- sc...can r, in my judgment, a .1 uran upon the laws as there is pen
thu bear for war use seenrily and for abo ,,
Oh un. BOL & Sunthern party convention sq .-, aid r. pgr.ter make a good lawyer?
is a means to di wide and weaken the South Because us, always us.Jerstarvin has onee.

: -----------=

9 Northern Mail closee samrdays at e P. 31.
and Thursdaye'aL 11 A, Af.,
Southern Mail closes on Saturdays and eg
No h M it du Titirs a and 8
a on day
urdays byl2 P, M.
BouthernMaillsdueonFdemyat 630 and .
Sngdays:at 4 P,.AL
Bunday the office wilt 'be-open for delivery
from 7 to DA M. *
OFFICE ITOURIA From 0 to 12 and 8 to 5.

The fJllowing statement speMLjo for half;-
(Cas.*,.ct) --bliftin6thekcttle fro it.
ughaband scalh d al n h6
Iorture was unbearable. w kw si ,
-* The 11ststang Lini ap
toextract thepainshoes arel
beatearadidlyandleft.negar account.-
ObarlesFoster Drdadstreer.Phikdelpiria:"
a rs I ng. Jo
or Rheum.uipm. For Worges, i@is muld nev4fr.
be dispeltzed with one Dollar a wayh of Mus-
Jaing ha frequeuIly a bled horse.--
II cureaGills,. Sprants, 4. $ps isn
,8 e

TAKEN up and commiued to jail
in as. Jose, county asarunaway
shout 60 years orage, of yellor-
ash complez{o 5 test 14 uaches
igh. Says his.named ack.- (Tois.elathedia
luedoc pun peana"ys6at eur @wnned
the estate ofAbrabam Bessent.decenand, of Dq-
val count The owne@pts requested to comes
foriggl, pay expenses and take him away.
May 28 18;o Sher (. Johns Conday.
I win a b
2Mh. of e sales 1 -Arunds n nt e
Augusti Fla. the ab N
ne, overmnow yR 10.
8 so .
May 26 1860. 4


d. THE two Story Stonehouse
as Ge /dskiteltenoc i
bfWm.1 EYES, to whent glicaPion me be
m de hi ofa
aAp r a s Oce near opposite. tf.
Vir ue of an Execution to me direeled
nond v mdHosh I W1 to blic saleAin
i ( le eint r ea .Is hT as
had in a certain tractofland known as the So- 2
tana trnet ni Moccasus Braneb beingan undivi-
ded half interest in 6-13,04-100 aeres conarmed
o said Bartolo Solana I in T 28

AprH 7-1860,

TX months after date, I shall make appiles-
usin"oo th Jud a Probated o St. Jqhi 9
charge as the Administratrix of the of Estate
Diam Theatsout, deceased.Inte of said eonnLy.
Feb. 18. 1860. M. D.1HE DE?

UST Received at of oice Black, Old
Hyson. Yeng do, very Superior.
June 23, 1860. B: E. CARR, 't

gagg aggy g.g.49

RE attention of ty And -Guardians is
respectfully caHed the advantages of-
fered by able Institution. T Princi ala are
gradures or the stilindry Ac emies .ct south
Carolina, and theirassistame have been selead
wi un tiTh r cla e lu 1
Col ege, and their French tea r has beeDeart-
p I heFA ary d
of South Carolizia, and a elsealeal d artmer t
3 1 0 eq fhau no I
or pleasaniness and healps,
2 erme- I' elverva /ee cle hing,
canons for die half year commencing in June,
will please be made as early as possible.
In f acipair.
June 2-180s. A
Gallons $1-50. Lamp Wick, Shadeq aC .-d
"" Finia, perns 0-2, ce
June 9-1860 ,
ORTER, Cider, ChoiceClare6 Wine to &@,
June 6-1860. 'E. CARR

laRPge 1.01 Of ROCILIBg-Chairs.
June 1860 *

KE.F Company of St. Augustine have
cause their artteles of association to be
recorded, in the Clerks OfBee of this County,

andpne easdqu3 y say and f test 160 of
a The Vigilant Firecompaig." The of5eersare
Michael Neligan, Godfrgy Foster and A. D.
Rogero. June9--4860.

4# U- 0- e -,

A"?s"Lon a up, ...9,wds
opened, are requested to make immediate pay-
ment to the Undersified, all persons having
claims against raid Ealare, will present rhem

a in the an to em resberibed
beir paymout. EDWW MART(N.
Juncol8110. cm.
101884 80810 10.(harlestop,
VIA .deVAll? TA .
8, RM.el Splendid'

LLL leave raintka every Monday night at
12' o'clock, Jacksonville on Tuesda
morningsat 8o'clock, (after the arrivaL o: Af
cars Irom the Wyst) arriving in Sarannah -op
H'ednes Ja.1br n ,ac nant ng ibdds> RailRoad of Georgis, also connepting in Char-
teston on Thursdays with abe various Lines from
thist city, affordmg the travelling public a
speedy and plenant trip.
Taria < : to will leave charleston regularly
ft azC to 6 n e ,dy m en
ton, savannah, Fernandists, Jacksonville, isnK
.nH infanwdi.ue laudingson the St. JohnaRiver
oJ .
Agents at Palathb-Teasdale & Reid, ,
,, a Q name is ee a canova.
Charleston-E, LafitteX Ch. .
starchal-1860. an,

A pnondmtei'estqdindeEstateofA erd
op31) as a ,e.Tr onethe Estat I
countywilltakenoticethatIhavefiled a Pe-
tetion izithe Circuit Court of St. JAn Coamly..
Florida; for reave to son the following neal
Estate of which said JohaW. 31cCrabb, died,
e1d an p saus do w e 0 T 4
E. and R. 1Y ( of See. 29 and N. E. ( of8ec. 30
and E. of S.E. and@, J of 8. Wi of Sec.
no 0
a (or 8 c. ed a
flemando-and you are severally eited to be
and appear before the Ciscuit? Court of the
('ounty of St. Johns on [be 41\:. Monday oL
October next. toan w he e

-spru*14---1900. ? Sm.

Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
spro a 100 an-nh3cq a st and
me directed and delivered in rarur newiluada B.
Giles et. al. va. Rutus K. Bewat and wife, Thave
s Baue 3 Fe.3iodse rdale at 8 &Ty
of Aprd 1859, at the usual hour of sale the for-
lowitzg described land, to wil:-An undivided
laterest of he Thatisand three Himdred and
Thirty-urree Acres, being the third part or cer-
tain grantof Ind containing lo,000 acres more
or ia said Brevard county granted to Samuel
Miles on the 18thday of.July 1813 and canar2n-
ed to John ,1f. IIgnoon, ef, al.
Mn ay in ale. as postponed natil the Ist
e use auve .sle as postponed untitt.he rest
Ended by le is pomponed unill the her
Mondayin July.
The RI(ove sale is postponed until the first
Monday in Augiast.
The above tale is postponed until, the first
Mo a are 1 a > ed am me fear
Monday in oember pen.
.MoT de o.bion 'men jostponed until the first
The above sale is postponed madl the faret
Man a b- iberp. oned until the first
monday in Ja ty nest. *
IlloTafea. 2Februais pearpated untit.the fzrst
The above sale is postponed gatil I.Ee first
Monday n .ip nest.postponed until tkE firsi
m.,aday in May neu.
- Tin, at...v. to postponed unal the first
1;, ibe n Josepened us:11:1io hit
: la Jul; neu. '

it they accede, the acteders are to to-en-
Let choConvention, and Douglas as .gone.
The Missiesippians refuse to ep r the Con-
vention without the other seceders.
From Europe.
Latest desperches frota Sicily indicalo that
the statement of the capit.ul.anon is only par-
tiallycorrect Advices from Naples to'the 3d
na., state that the King bad refused the non-

u are o e captudation N adpe I
eral had gone over to the Resulationists.
Later telegrams, dated Palarma, the evening
of the 84 int. an4ounce the bombardment not
renewed. ,Thearmistlee continued; Garibaldi
was du Master of the city; but the Neapon.
tans occupied the forts. The conditions of
explialarian had not been carried out, and ite,
gotiations werecontinutid.
lio. 1 11Llo'ieral in I and Tubs.
I'in can Hebring Sardine,
.ineuet ies, Olives, Pickles.
Jone s, ison B.E. 0ARE,
Lard, I orkAlso Buuer, Ch asErnL re
June28,18so. ,

a@ al~8--Ioo.


he sent soldier withabrand to- put fxro.ta
the houses that the Indians might have no
shelter. flie men being all placed in con-
cert he ordered an arquabas to be shot off;
at that signal the four equadrone at their
proper points comminced a furious onset
and, both sides severely suffering, the Chris-
tians cheered the town. The fryar, the
priest.and the rest who were wtth them in
thehouse were oil saved though atthe
cost of the tives of two brave and very able
men who had gone thither ru their fesoize.
The Indians fought with so great spirit
th lb y m times dr. sa w leste

so long that many Christians weary and
very thirsty wear to dr ink or, a pond near
by tinged with the- .blood of the dead and
return d to ithodoutualtase heo Ofol wo7

him in the learning chr.rge of trip foot-
men, lientaturer1the town onlioreoback
whichgaveopportunityto fire the dwell.
Ings; then breaking in upon the Indians
and striking them down they the place.the cavalry and infantry drivaug,
them back through the gates, where loosing
the hope of escape thav fought valiantly;
and the Christians getting among them
o .(

they stumbered..apd,-heaped one ulflow an-
other, burned to death.. They whoparished
thero were- in all two thousand and five
hundred, a. few more or less: of the Chris.
tiansthere fell two hundredamong whom
was Dod.0arlqsibiother-in-law of the Gov
eroor, a nopheti, one Juan de Games, Men.
Rodrigues a Portugeese, and Jean Voz-
ques ?de Yillanueva of'.Bnrearrath,,'all of
them-mes of condition and enrage; the
rest were infantry. Ofthe Isang one hun.
dred and fifty Christians had received ser..
en hundred adow wounday and God was
pleased that of very dangerous injuries
they should be holed in little time. Twelve
herees died had seventy were hurt. All.
the clothing the .Christians carried with
Them, the oinuments for a mg mass and
the pearls, were all burned here; they set.
ting the fire themselves because they con-
aidered the loss less than the injury they
migl t receivehofsthe Indians from to

things gether. .The Governor learning,
in Mani la that Francisco Maldonado wa$
waiting forhintin the port of Gobuse six
days travel distant, he caused Juan
Ortisto keep the news secret .that he
might not be iriterrupte'd in his purpose;
because the pearls he wished to send to
Cuba for show, that the faine of them might
raise tbo desire of coming to Florida, had

bx onunbdsa is f t 5 I on ng of
othei- thing of value from that country, it
would come to have such repoution that
no one would be found to go there when
men should be wanted: so he determined

thoason no ne f lii so a 1 he bould
--- ,
arouse, ar, crea1.-Tud New Yo'rk Post
-' ins rn y e la J xe re
poet died at London, in the 60th year of her
26, Shea s bo am 1 On p 1 antkfe I
Baronet, In 185ts, she succeeded to the barony
of Wentworth. She was mar ried to Lord By-
now n> pp 3irovis nT..) 3
and he lived with as we unsy, enue tismce"
days. Their only child,
'*Ada, soloursualuer of my house And heart...
was married to Earl Lovelace, And died eight
years ago-
It is unfortunate for the late Lady Byron that
only by her unzon n inb Dyran, and its-unhappy
resultii, is she known to the world at large
dq "\ re as salso t < c.Jinvo
gaze ot* (be well.1. h should 1.0 ren2.4mbered
unfl. 1 is at r fma o to ma
that it was the public odium following his treat-
,(,ru c.fher whichinds ed hint to leave Eng-
and ami lisp in Italy. .

.RuslNo drize To From leooonfo.
TIVES.-The OLber day, says the Pitts.
burgh Chrot.iefe, a plucky little bully who
lives on he line of the Cleveland and
Pittsburg Railroad, about six miles from
wheeling, was grazing about near the
track and picking the freak grass blades,
out fiom between the case ties', when he
heard a locomotive coming don0 upon hiul.
The.locomotive whistled for the, bull t
the track, which the ball made th
<-ifortto dobut being the iron horse, and not being disposed to,
show the white feather, even to a superior
prod Gery oponent, his young hilabip turn.
ed about, good the earth, bowed his head,
with the determination to glie his pursuer
the best he had in the shop. The engi-
neer seeing this> #ut on steam emugh to
knockthebullsky high. The two came
together with terrible crash. His bullship
was knocked into an "influito number of
small pieces," the engine was thrown fkom
the track, Knd like the ears behind it, was
plastered And behabbed with bloody meat
and ghastly gore. The owner of this ill-
fated but game bovine, some year or so ago,
lost a steer in a similar nianner, for whioh
the Railroad Co. refissel to pay. Shoe
that timembe has been engagth in the cul-
tivation of game bulls to frght the Cleve-
land and Pittsburg 'engines. The animal
whose fate we have just chronicled was left

out of his pastaireby his owner, with the
citation and the he a that he would
encounter the locomotive. We heaid the
owner say, yesterday, that he had still un_
other bull, much larger and stronger, and
gamer which he intended to let out in a few
days to fight the eagme.

Sr. A OUSilNEs June 20th., 1860.
Mr. M. R. ANDREu-$1 Since un-
iderstanding from you, who was the author'
soons'ely mi.'srepresenting my views of Stasp
policy, publihod by me some years ago,
and verdially claiming the USxclusive"
ht t.o huld me res onsible for "political
rig P .
misdoings," [1 sitppose difference .of opro-
ion hold in relation go men and measurea]
pm not, surprised. That he should seem
worried, and e whean a rovedbu
anaghty pl p
aliest-sentences expressing a well known
igth truth',or common fact, is presental to Man,
probablyy for the first time] is not unnatu-
,yd. ,ill NOT01uous that he hamperforan-
lenslone improperand mis-
..chi notabameleasact towardamy-
self, and perfadious to another, helpless to
ambuke, and restrain, because doocased,
d whatever inio he ma pretend to
.au c op .p y p
hold onney subject. It has long been pub-
liekl wais a shutter difference,

base of seeipty." "Malicout 'mischief
<>untenhtided, the world is busts wilderness."
The principles involved in my published
opinionsidf the internal improvoinen arir'
were canvassed long and long ago, when
it was considered a practical subject, and
it was donelo a prope? spirit, by men what
he the p prieties of life, and pi*acticed
these, likad bowto combat and sustain by
resginit:11ul argument.. It 4s generally con-
iteded, that when men are asking political
offices honors fi-om t.he peoply.,or hold a
osition as no ex onent or leader of pizli-
9 P
lic opinion, that their political opinions
past *md present, and of men and mea-
.aures, may be reipectfully questioned, but
othew with.a private citizen, who is
quietly and unobtrusively attending .to
hisbusiness in no finy connected with
political matters. I canot coixceive what
objectisto be.ageomplished, whaO good
either political, or any necessity
to sub 0 pub le haterests, or other-
wise41o any good, is exposted to come out
at these ruinchievons misrepresentatibus of
my motives and sistentioub. I im not in
public life, that (ugopinions -past or pres-
as abould be the subject, of special and
coarse criticism now, and especially by a
suou, having but, little, if any interest
aluoug n.- =ud can only wish to bee no.
ticedi or dent his;ca, add personal nu-
friendRnessin.chis siny. Ofy business re
quires my sonstant attentio have no thie, or inclinatio:i for unnecessa-'
ry, usedled for, or hasched up boo.trover- 1
sy, add especially with admins minds. If
however, s private cities, tipos any ind
every pretence can be" assuiled in your
alemns, you may oblige him horn necosin
ly toreply howeveridelined theauther,.or
kisbroa assertions and conclusions go to
the public vocost.roxerted. Without
knowiag the author, I answered his mis-
representations respectfully to the public,
he as w oper, in positive and direct
, slanguagth ease publish this, that .the
public @,if how, what has again been re-
quired of me. Respectfully yours,
( We to aft design to make our ps per
the medium of personal abuse,-nor to have
it used by individuals for such purposes,
but if any person ,feels himself agglieved
by any communication admitted into our
paper, we cannot deny him the right of de-
lencebyreply, EDITo~s. J

DsAD LErrxas,-Prom the f ut&resting
letter of Postmaster-General How to the
United States Senate on the subject of dead
letteis, the following items of interest are
Forth three quarters endingitarch 21,
1860, the number of dead letters, which
contained money, sent out, was 7448.

.1 gBre be co ent ainountedd d
was Off6, restoring to lawful owners 882,-
77.42. Number of letters unelltinga and
outstanding 1179. During the same-period

t onesm ro ese usM ntain 0
1.0,075. ,Of these 9293 were delivered.
Number oflaters returned unelaimed 624.
Number of letAs outstanding only 143.
The contends of these letters may thus be
enumerated. Hills of exchangedrafts and

o edre tu> san bac" ',
1 a sof deposit accou and receipts,
; 8, mortgages, convey-
aluec so f n a o r
8 trance 281; passage certificates and cer-*
tificates of ecock 871 eusion e land
p pap rs
pertificates and patient papers 156; court
papere l86, and daguerreatypes 952.

Langhdot lond; nor at all without ocea-

Deride noinan a misfortune, though there
senn to be capse
In your apparel be modern, and endeavor
to accomModate nagure rather than to pro-
gure admiratig*

True Relation of the toil which the
A.delantado Don Hernando de
Soto find some knights of Portugal
Underwent in the Discovery ofFlor-
ida, now just made by a 4algo of
e o
views av ana squisrrion,

BASCOVery O $100(186

ding thiOoo ro*wD 11 a do deSof.. inan

forth who he was, and also who were others
wirb him, containing so ne account, 01 the
peouliariales onel Jiversities of the country,
or all that they saw and of what herell them.
CHAPTER XVIII. flow the Indians
roseuponthbGove.:-nor, and of what.fol-
lowed upon that rising.
The Governor in view of the det.=rmina-
tion Ind, furious answer of the Caeique
thqughtio soothe hire with soft words, to
which he made no answer, but with great
haughtinifes nod contouspt, withdrew to
bare Solo nor, see or oka his 2.

tlikt he a ud ; "ws the country as
willawl that, he. o pleased to give him a
quide and Indians to carry burthqus, to see
if he could pnoify him with gentle words.
The Indian replied lettil) tbat he would
not listen to hiush Baltasar de Gallegos
who was Dear seized him by a cloak of
marten skins that he had oar drew it off
overhts head and left it in his hands;
whereuppi the ludians all begimag fortue
he gave huma stroke with a cutlass that
laid open his back, where they all with
loud yelling came out of the houses dis-
charging their bows. The Governor. dis-
covering that if tKey remained there they
'could not escape audif he should order his
men who were uu(side of the town to come
I in the horses usight be killed and they re-
eeive' great, injugy he ran out, but before
he.oauld get away ke fe,11 twoor three times
and was helped to rise % those with him.

50 d tthdecy twere nturdly who nded
were instantly killed. Coming forth
he.called out to all his men to get farther
dffbecause there wassmuch harni doibg
from the palisade,- The Indians discover-
ing that.the Christians were retiring and
some if not the greater number at. more
than a walk they followed with great hold-
ness shooting'at them or striking down
such as they could overtake. Those in

n he 2 w le t 01 i tia rtheq
retiring the people of Mauvilla putqbe
ladds on their backs and bringing thesa
into the town took of their irous putting
bows and, artus into their hands with
whid figliall Chus di theypcozue into

whatsoever else the Christians had beside
and their ludisassacried for them. Sixice
to that pinee the natives had been at peace
some had put their amis in the lug, age leav-

t oduthe wa w th0
bards taken from them and put to use.
The Governor directly as he found him-
soffin the field called for a horse, and with
some followers he ictufned and lauced
twoor three Indians. The rest went back
into the town and drove arrows frowthe
palisade: those who would venture on their
nimblene:s cause out a stones throw from
ing got ti
beh to t re ring rom time to time
when they were set upon. At the time of
the affray there was abfrrian daacnyl In, a

in the town who having no time- in whieb
to get away they took te a house and thus
remained in the place until after the in
Stansbecame glashes of it. They closed
the entrance with alattice door, and among
them there being a sword which the ser.
vauf had be put himself behind the door
striking at the Indians that would haVO

i d Pporithe ode r at stooldubt
hand to strike down the litat that should
enter. The Indians finding that they
could not come la by the door be an to
unroof thellwa datethi tooma & 0 ro

flat ha enge of opinion arose as to whether the.In
dians should be attached in order to enter
the town for theeresultrwits held dylibtful,
bu jinallyit was concluded to make the

ER 111. Of how die Goverud
set his men in order of battle and entered
thetgwn of Muni'da.
So sudu as (140 a&varica and the reer of

,"71> 11 L so be run arhocu
disnioubt, sad he made four squadrons of
Afootmen. The Indians observing how he
'".goingonerranging hismewargedthe
Caexque to leave, telling }ne, as it was'af-
I keTidn h tn a
but one man apd. could fight but as ozie
only, there being many chiefs present very
skijiful and"experienced in matters of war

e I subwas le t8oddre all he re
subject to fortune diatit was -never certain
which side would overcome the other they
wished him to put his person ineafety; for if
they abould conclude their lives thete, on
which they had resolved rather than be sub.
jugated he mighe remain to govern the land;
For all-that they said, he did not wish to
go, still they pressed him sq closely that
with fifteen or twenty of his own people he
went out of the town, taking with him a
scarlet cloals and other articles of the

Christians' clothing, being all that he could
carry and seemed best to him. The Gov.
ernor informed that the Indians werelear-
ing the town he commanded the chairy to
surround itand in each squadron of foot

ar. .
.. Auing; saveria usesad co may,
162 Southerners are consulting on th-g. Many-14 so-2-'W


Ta meeting of que Board of County Commis-
sioner theld atdthe a re Housnn e city
0 uResolveod, TMr.the pr identof the
Dear t be, and is herety authorized to Lease the
"" ,thhoe as I a fon
surn of Four hundred dollars, socolumerice from
he 10 of June next, subject however to such
Lil uion azult at has e reBj
i sold n a 1 'eeds-m50
Year and insure to, and be for the special
teent 80 he men horized to be charged tog
crossing said Bridge.
"For man and Llorse-3 sents.
Horse nod eart-6 cents.
. For 2 Wheelyd Vehicle with2 HorsesO cefits.
Wheel d Vehiebe with34Hen-se l2 o'ents.
9 cattle Jriven in for Marketthesame toll.)
Horses.Iriven in per fled scents.
Milab Cows belonging to the citizens of
the city (free.':) *
Pres. Eoard county corn su ,ers
P. S. The Conditions and obligation seq -
i 13doard can be known by applied 'on
April Ja-leso. 22..

Egfgg( p r

a ,
Baltimore convention.
g trisk June 18 --- he Convention
d seem Charlest bled t
101 o'clock, and W *8 o ur'
by the President, 1100. Ca'eb Cusbing, of
Massachusetts, who made a brief those on
taking the chair
The New Yark delegaion 'iurwduced a
resolutive in effect, that 150 claims forecals
fromtheCottonStateshereferred to the
Committee on Credentials, qd, that thei$
report, be f ual, with the sidepthoding that
no one be admitted who e pledged to
abide the decision of the noistion, and
support, the nortlinees. The resolution was

4 '
coriteste pending which the Convention
took a recess to five o'clock this afternoon.
All the States are reprlicented excepting
Soutl- Carolin-some of theria outy partial.
1 I'
President Cushing'(Address, on taking
the chair, wall-iti goodotaste. He alluded
to the fkithat other political parties .had
their candidates no @fore th(eduntry,
and it became the Democratic party to 4ct
harmonipusl).and to re-unite cordially and
energetically in maintenaziaP of their time.
honored principles. i'hus alone would
they be able to overcome all opposition, and
thus preserve the Government in its puri-
The previous question was called or the
resolution oKered bya member of the New
Yorkdelegationin reference to the con-
tested s4ats from the Cotton Staty but it
was not sustained, the vote being 107%
yeas; 140[nays. Npy York yoted Day.
The Codiention re assembledatso'eloek.
-Several:amendtitents to the .motion to
admit all double delegations to seats on the
floor were discussed Finally a substitute
was offered by Mr. Clarke, of Hissouri, pro-
viding that the Convention pledge them.
selves, and require' all other authorized
delegates to make the same pledge, to sup.
port the Democr-,arie nousiaces of the Con-
vention. A 10ug debd(d M 8 TO .
4. .-- .------ -
ILartrixoar, June *18, 11.30 P. M.-
When the Convention adjourned to-night
there was an amendment pending giving
the President the issue tickets
of admission for Delegates from Arkansas,
Texas, Florida and 31Missippi, and refer-
ring the credentials of the other three aeoe'
ding States to the Committee.
It is generally conceded to-ilight that
neither 1)ougIns, or Guthrie can be nomigno
ted, but that Seymour, Dickinson, or some
entirely, new man afill be choose. Neir
York will have the oboice of the nominee
It seems to be conceded by sil parties
that a nomination will be made
The Iklegatesare already tired out and
do not with to prolong the session.
Frank Washington.
WAsmNatoN, June 16.-The hotel
are refusing guests.
The efforts to unite the Democracy pon
The I)ouglasites are gloomy, and the
only connession that can be obtained from
rbom la thdif they would support 800.
Heitchel Y. Jobuson, of Georgia, for2{lee
The New Yorkurs are negotiating bu ily,
and offerdioitand by the South and throw
Dough- usiches.J if sh-- E-..uth. will con-



s IT. E. CARn's.

_ Ir-=

ILL be sold on the first Monday in Ae-
city St. s nbefohe th Co Rousein ths
Iso muchtlrdereofaswilldpay thlaeSlate a 0 s

Th8 n I far t td
the North riker about 16 miles North of At
Augustine, bounded on the North by tracts on;
Hannah Smith, F. P. Sanches and publielania
East and West by public labds, and South br
tract of Leonardy andrublielands. Being see
62 of T. 5. 8. R. 29 E. and according to th:
Govern'inent surveyed containing 1,186.94-1441
acres. The whole of said tract has been heas-
tofore asse Wm x-off. Tax.
Assessor & Collector St. Johna county.

* T&T CO11OOtor's Sale.
ILL be sold, on the first Monday of May
next, Ifefore the Court House door an St.
Augustine, the following property to pay the
State and county taxes and expenses due thereon.
for the year 1859, by the hears of De Fougeres;
to wit: a Lot opposite B. E. Carr's store; a Lo#
adjoining South the Wallen House; a Lot ad-
formng North LTnar 's pjhee Ex off.
Tax AssesetYr & Collector, S. J. G.
The above sale is for the purpose of perfeet-
ing the bries.
P. B. DUMAS, *Agent
Nov. 5.
TAN CO.LLE 011'828AlsEme .
filmi 66Eald, before the Court House door
In Enterprise on the first Monday of
June nest, due follow ng properly, or so.
much thereof, as will pay the State and
county taxes and expenses due thereon fof the
year 1859. by ihe 1,eirs of De Fongers, to wit-p
One thousand Acres iif land, North of 15fevr
Smyrna, bounded North by Ormond's Innds
South by Dummett's, East by the river, West by
public lands.
THOMAS T. 8110088,
Tax Collector of Volusta County.
The above sales for the Turpose of perfect
ing the title.
Nov. 12 P. B. DOMAS, Agent



. ....

/ '


has been leased for a term 0,
ears by Sain. Buffington th<
or proprietor, of the But
fington Jacksonville. who agnan respect
Ally a e his old friends and the public to
give him a call. He will always be found
reod to gr6et them in his usual style. *
TO Alklf Illdh Q
A MV -"
AT TOCOI on the St.. Johns
river East Florida ib now, open
for the 4pooption of Boarders.
v This Hotel has recently been
Web and uswly furnished. It is on the East
side of abo St. J.>hna river six miles above Pico-
a at the terminus of the St. Johns Rail Road
(now being countructed) connecting this point
with St. Augustine. A Une of stages wilileave
EL Augustine every Thursday for Tacciand re-
turning leave Toool.erory Friday unti' the
Rail Road'le completed.
Applicants for board will please apply to
J. W. SNOW, locol I'A'
Dec. 10 185th... "w -

8845 A. 867 BROADWAY
Corner of Franklin Street,
I 1151# TOBE.


Poses advantages which all travelers agipre-
eiste. Ita location magnot be surpassed, being
convenient to the principal places of business
and amusement, The apartments, .00 which
there are two hundred, are well furnished and
well rentilated; arid'baing conducted on the

"st,".'"it'ef ""'M'"r"itfr!"" 7
use of ladies, and the general arrangements of
the House are ench, as to afford the greatest
comfort to guests'
nected with
Accommodating over one thousand persons, in
which visitors Gan have their meals, or, if they
desire, they will by served in their own apart-
ments. The fare served in the Saloons and
Hotel is acknowledged L.y epiefrres, to be ou-
perz to8that of any hotel in the caty. In

UTm 4 on Sob..a dra e
ples, Potatoes, OnionsDu vb a ud
Dec. 17


* w ELEr m yE & i ,
Ta5 b 13 mining. B. E. CARE.
Indeleble Ink.
TT LACK.ndRed Ink. Letter, Note, and Star.
tionery. 3, E CARE
April l4-1880.

Baltimore Provisions
For seed 78 400, B. E. CARE
OIll $814ilROre,
General Assortment of Choice Groceries at
1860. E. E. CARR

For Sale at 2, El CARR'S
Mareh 31-1800. *
RPRI are
LL the Furniture of 40 Itoome removed
from the Magnolia House, will bodispos-
ed of at low ratest6 close.
Consist of-40 Bedsleads all Sizes; 80
Matre.anes; air Ad mass;] 130 Feather Pil-
lowe; 40 B reans Alahogany &0. 20 Dinin
Tah!gssassorted; 16 LookingGlasses; 12 Dos
Chairs assorted: Osrpeting; Matting, Blankets,.
Sheets, Quilts, Spreaas, Grookery, KitchenUten-
alls; and an extensive assortment of all kinds, of
appendages required in 9 large Hotel MUST
May. 12-1800. ,

BOICE Aunch Esisins, Citron, Gurrants,
Dates, assorted Preserves, Jelly, G r,
mits, a u ryNs?
Jan. 21; E E. CARR

1 bd a Ta-

nes a $Room GI *
3. E. CARR


75 '
so Kege ite1 ,
8 BarreleLinsed Oil.
1 do 8per Turpentine-
Paints0 Boxes Glass. .
June 9 1 es to 2. E. CARB*

(EaTABLIsaED 1854.)
Announce that, having made great improve-
ments indhe mandlera are of Kerodseene, they are

The attention of customers is respictfhl1y
alled to the subjoined table, the result of a
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and. dated Feb 8,



Kerosene. Kerosene. 18.6
Coughone. Consphhne. 5.

Sper n Oil. Solar. 2. 25
Burn ng Fluid Large Wick. 553
ri =1
O 0
--a '
t 0
ti 0
ce a I m a <
2.435 $1 00 84 10
1.299 63 4 85
838 1 00 12 00
706 1 25 17 70
850 2 25 26 47
300 87 29 00

Te e 1 o oamrp cetiTra q Mail or

Aussile fi t'ot, s. v.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Main-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole"
sale Druggists, Grocers, Campbene and Burn-
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealersin Lamp@.
N. B.-KEROSENE is the trade-
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cautioned against using the
said trade-spark;or other oils.
Oct. 15. Sm
gair Call at the new Store under the Ma-
soide Lodge opened by HERTZ, if JOR
want cheap and prime articles in* the Gro-
cery Line and other little Nick nacks.
>LRINA, Corn starch, Lemoni, Graham
F Crackers, ago, Tapioca, Maccarosi, Yeast
Powders, Ilops, Sods, Cream Tartar.
21 B. E. QARR

pg 4

THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constant1
fon1 n zda s:sakl li tors of t
London Dock Brandy, vintage 1848,
F na 1 \ds e ,al 1seeM o th la 1 if
eriO G 1 ne lue 1"g:
\fa o?< P "."fdi <
Porter. Cordials, of the Cheraux rands, Stough-
ton's Bitters, Orgest &c. &c. C. BRAVO

HOICE CLARET, Dider, Ale, Porter,
Lemon Syrup, Raspberry Vinegar, Gin-
ger Wisp. Cherry Brandy,
OC KING Ohaird, Bureaus, Mattresses
Dining Tables, Chairs. '
Jan. 28. B. E. CARR.
ASINS, Currants, Citronchoice Mustard,
do. Catsups, do, Olives, do. Fresh Mack-
erei, Herring, coalish, Anchovies sardines,
"ar. 8. B. E. CARE.

[] RAHAM Crackers, Indian Corn, Corn
17 Starch. Farina, Oat Meal,' Sago,,
Rice Flour, Flax Seed, Sapsago Cheese, tilne-
caroni, Vermxcelli, Jamaica Ginger.
Mar. 8. 8. E. CARR.

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and he publiogenerally, that be isalways
prepaced to execute any orders, -in his
1100, 8 L;cl2 0 ey may favor him with. He has
onliand, andia always supplyinglaimself with
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black,3#1ue and brown Cloths, blackDoe
Skin, and Paney Cassimers, Yestinge, Neck
Ties, &0*
All orders executed in the best style of work-
manship, for cash only.
OR. Atlantio-Choice Vegetables, Fruits to.
Dried Fruita he. B. 2. CARR.
Oct. 1&

( NARDINES, Audieves, Copres Olives, .
0 E. E. CARR,

I W BRitimOre,
Bushels Corn 150 Bags Corn100 Bag
of Data, 200 Bh1s Flour 25 Bble Pork.
51 BbIs Lard t'00 Packages*
March 24---1860. B. E. CARE,
LIVES, Capers, Pickles, assorted Catsups,
fresh English Mustard, smoked Salmon,
soused Salmon, pickled Salmon, MackerelEer-
ring, Galatiniq (1, ]). 01RR.
Mar. g

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Stage Route,


Four Horse Troy Coyches, Carriages and Ligh
Wagons, all connegling with the aeveral
SAVANNAH Stefilliers.
Conveyances always in readiness awning ar
rivals. Distance 18 miles; "I 3 house.
Arrivals and Departures from Charleston Iwice
a week-Everglade, viaSavissidah. Garoli-
And Savannab-SjaJ11 St. Mary's, Hand
direet.. And Enterprize, up the Rivet Pa-.
latks, steamer D rhyton. .all 4 ./t..r.
st. Augustig.
'I'EE I'^R
$200 00.

OfRces-237 BROADWAY, an
a warm a mm

This Company Ingres Buildings, Merchany
ase,18h s, d e a oes, dott, House
generally ast 0 y ad ,

sn- 7.=
aces, a ....
June N.


am now prepared to offer to'myold friends,
of this nexent city and St. Johns county a
gooo sT4 veryalas nt, of ful and winterd.y
oeptances atsixty and ninety dayal credit wa h
approved endorsers. Orders from my cown y
friends accompanied with the cash will le:
procupily attended to with great care and atter
ison to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser.
oun 8e da qg oe upon b if h
put up with great care and attention to give et-
tire satisfaction to the purchaser. All amounted
purchased at this house over twenty dollar s
'vill be allowed avilve per eint. offkfor.isash.-
Youbove herbalist of afewof mylarge as-
consisting of Prackbroad Cloth, Doe skin Cas-
simei-es, Pilot Cloths, 8minetes and K. Jean
I'weed Clolb, Fancy Canasmere, Ladies Clutiz
Alermosof all colors, Paguredaed plain Delayer.
grey Blunkets, negro Blankets, "English bler
noesthl4kinaw Blankets, Negro Kersey, >ferx-
inch Prints," Ladies and missee Hose, Gews
Merino msder Shirts, Fancy Cloaks, Mournisa
Delains, Genta Merino half Hose, French an
English Cambrica, ited and I hite Flannels;
some. ,

A 000 ASSOrtment

PO OrieS


, 8 sell Kefosene Oil $1.76 per Gal.
B o a IN
Steam do. 11Vper lb.
Goshen B ther 81 1-4 lb.
Coffee Whs for 51,00
Adamantine Candles 80s..per lik
Elephant QAl At be .

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For sale in St. Augustina by
April 14-----1860. -
A lar variety of Toys for he Hol day
Mov. 2 T LSOR

$OS Bromlway, KeW York.
for Sals in St. Augustisse
3. E. CARR.
April 14-1860.
.BGETABLES, Peas, Gorn, &@. &e.
4pril 16-1 4

E A 15 T'II O 1% 7 s
808 Broadway, New York.
After May 1st, 1860 att501 .BROADWAY, two
doors from the '
The Stereoscope is the most instrtletive, in-
teresting, entertaining, amusing, and exeitius
of modern Inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow'*
ledgeits worth andbeauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
a.nd will pene rate (very here.very part of the
world, m all the relief, boldness, perspective,
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
Photographers are everywhere -exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly enriching our stock.
We have an immense variety of paper Views.
of scenes in Paris, London, England, Scodand,
Ireland Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypr.
Athens, the Boly Land, China, Indin, ,Crystal
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
rise scenes, breakfkst scenes, pic-nics, statu-
Bry,'AC., &0. An exquisite 48sortmelit Of Ill&.
minted Interiors or Palaces. Churches, and
Cathedrals of France. Italy, &@, to. The ef-
feet of these ziluminated viga+ik most remark-
ery *;cadleman of r^ei@. and rained taste
Ellould 11.150 in bl& Bradil* rourn 80me of our
exquisiteriews on glass, w ha revolviugstereo.
scope, bowing 12, US, 60 0r 100 scenes. J oth-
ing can be more fascinating, and one can oifer
no greater treat to a friend fontl of the pictu.
rescue and the beautiful.
Anthon'y Instantaneous Stereoscope Views
are the latest PhotographiC WOnder. Thdy are
taken in the fortieth partof a second, and every.
thing no matter how rapidly it may be moving
is depicted as sharply and distinctly as if it had
been perfectly at #est. This gives an additional
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other things we have just published
Stereo opic 1 ratt ic 6

cound in oou I cTeand prices wm be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10,
$15, $20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they misy request, sent by
Ex ress,
""za ne, (without instrument) can be
Parties who winh to be advisedof everything
really valuable in the lingthat comes out, may
send us their names to place on record, and we
will keep them posted at our own expense.
Men of leisure will find Photogro.phy a most
Scinatin oand delightfaileTsusemenever
necessary for their success together with in-
structiona **How to take8te eosnpic pictures "

Ma cae co%-ao at e orho g
S PMerchants troin every secuok of the
country are respectfully invited to make an ex-
amination of our stock, as our discount to the
trade will be liberal.
ro whotographers.--rirst elass

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The 8ohool under the care of
Misses Mather & Brown will open
for a session on tThursodath thed 0 10000
at es i F c 1 illigher Mathe-
St. Augustine Jn'y 28, 1859.


rair sant anacer.

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jig Io
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anrom ann raort.s
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savas A ala Doozon s Bill,
sAvais A ale Doctors BILL
aAVES A are Dooros's BR.L
HAs we no usrs,
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wITHour Loss or mac
WanOUT Inse or mis

was LESS
wrra asse myo

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proats that acorne from its sales, but as an act at
o a .essmainue

}hr sale is St. Agasties by
( D. E. CARR
Apr 1 14-1860.-

Is r..Iss as'


Rerned y has the lar-

gest sale of any me"
dicine in the w orld*

10 0, 000 packages
sold in (Fe org ia an d

Outh Carolina in


18 W & PERH ( 6 & 10

cure if directions

ORSO Of OfSpepsia,

Jaundice General

Debility, Palpita-
rhoea, Giddiness,

Depressed Spirits '
.I.aOss of Appetite,
Pain in the Side and
Back Ris s ecial- .

adapted to Fe-
' CODip RilitS; it

reduces Rotund. -

4 ,
IllRieS Of RI km and

Spare Habit.
Every invahd


6 0 LDL 0 0 1E T 8!
A Gold Pencil with Gold Pen attached,

v oras 0 0 1
weave snow as.oo so smoo.

AHER Twoo a y3 & e do e in
'3 'ai n "ef non wifin ass es"
take pleasure in saying that we now consider
our businessfairlyandperinanentlyestablished.
We wishitunderstood that this isNo Lottery,
01 g t gu < 'o lawha g
each, which cannot be bought at anyretailstore
for the same price; and in addition to.the pur-
chaseeachpersoareceives aPremiumofJew-
** '"''"'""e that $2, apd it may be worth
as, 5, 8, lo, 15, so, so, so, or even Wool

,,,,NO SKED hatPre-
mium he will receive before sending his money.
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one' of the
above articles, con first send us their name and
address, stating whether they*want the Pencil
gagPen, or Locket, and \ve win make their
Premium they are entitled ,to. They can then
"t;:zth ywilege.of sending for it if they
Our plan, from long experience in the raticve
businiss, has given general sadsfeedonuench
purchaser can sell or trade the above articles
c., au 0.., can airs...a recas. e. remin.,
If, however, any person should feel disposed
to sena,. rely upon being as fairly dealt with as abough
they had made previous application.
Any person sending us $2'. Yor our goods will
receive a rencil.anarmianarremium, or son.
et and Premium, free..
orPorfullSparticularseendfor aPencilandPen
Among oar Premiums are articles suitable for
Ladies and Gentlemen, such as
Gentlemen's Geld and Silver*Watch-
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
Gold BleeV6 Buttons Gold

a ; a

is 2 a z or ., me. ,
B toE G eltGoldd Brace tRjGo d 81e e
Also, Pianos, Melodeone, Musical Boxes, Ao-
Cordeons, &c. &0
Unexceptionable references given whenever
reqN !--In sending your names, write the
State, County and Toirn plainly, so as to avoid
letters being miscarried.
Address, ANGLE & CO.,
102 CANAL STREET, Old No1)
31 W Ti0115,

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