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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v. : ; 46-68 cm.


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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>.
General Note:
"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).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).

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St. A~ug~st~ne P d.

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QUCKuc 1'ASSAG --90 00tiice thF B-
val of the f}00. 13. A. POrTv.11 qjland amly
in New York cty Lon the '10th 'inesday
morning, at half past seven o'clock-. They
left here the eveniigr of the 5th Thursday.
Nothing shows more thle progression char-
ncotr of our times than that a party can
not only levae the Ancient City and reach
New York, but that his arrival may be
known by his friends within a week.
[Written for the St. Augautine Examiner.]
~A Sketch.
"Oh! mamn, must I die?'j
The black eyes looked strangely beauti-
ful as they were.raised so pleadinrgly to her
mother, but the faco was deathly pale
and the long pixrplish black oculs covered
the spotless pillow, in wild confusion. Oh!
she did seem too beautiful to die, the bril-
liant Clara Wyville, the courted belle;
but there she lay, with her small dimpled
hands clasped together, (not in prayer, no !
she never prayed,) and her rud lips parted
just enougrhto reveal the white pearly
teeth. The mother bent over her darling,
smoothed the black wavy hair from the
fair white brow, and answereii--No no !
my daughter you will soon be well Igain;
will soon be gliding through the mazy
dane, and once more be the brilliant star.
see here, and she raised a costly str~ing of
pearls, and let themo rest on the clear white
brow. I purchased these fjr youl to v~ivar
at.Lawyer Wilderls Soiree. I-2m 5ule you

you~iLni~cl tll ys. # e we en15I ooug !
would weajr piy new whlite stati. If lonly
could go, would'ent I bring scores of hearts
at my1~ feet again ?" and thle fire finshed in
thle large dazlingr eyes, lit up the cheek
for a mnoment, but nuicklyi fadecd away as
a pain caught hier bieathl and a t~ollow
0ough~ rang through the princely room.
M(~other may I be dressedl now, as I
would be if I went to Lawyer Wilder's ?
it would please me much, I wapt to see
Ihow my white satin w would become me,,
"1Yes! anthi to 1'sem CI a" ad
the mo 1 r ienetlo hp ed lyer irm te
coucl whoeF s a lain so aog.
She was beautiful, oh! how beautiful, as
she stood there before tbo costly mii-ror>
her tall form, robed in the heavy ~folds of
wRhite satin; her long curls bound together
with beautiful pearls, and a string ~of them
resting onthe brow, and with arms and
hands sparkling with jewels. Who could
blame her for the triumphant smile thiat
played around the scornful mouth, as she
gazed on her peerless face. But a shud-
Iclr passes over her, she staggers, and ivith a
low cryj h it is dark, Litter dark, the
red lips par~ta ndJsl the blood flows
from' betwoo nthe n coki~ng the costly
robe. H;er nther sprang for Idei;~ril
bore her to er couch, and bending ovei-
her cried n ild agonizing tones, "O6h I
'daughterpe k to me, tell me you .are ngp
dying!" ad hashieped hed- br ; ift-dw
('Yes ama I am dying, I feel it now
whe /it is too late, put your hand on my
bro S, see, the 'death-damps are already
< ernthere, the dark Angel is near,
very liear; tell Papa to come! M~ama gath-
er nieclosely in your arms, keep the dark
angel awayas long as you can, and Papa
kneel down by me! -Oh! that I could pray '
~Ibut Papa, Mana, you never taught me a
prayer; you never told me how terrible it
would be to die, if God was angry with me,
and now--now it is all dark, I am lost-
lost forever!' Itis growing cold, take'me
nearer to your heart, lot me feel it'beating
against my own,and Papa take the pearls
from my brow they brirn me, thyn kiss me,
while there is life ceft! 1 am going now,
mama, I can't see you Papal Oh! it is
hard to die! will no one save me? Oh!.is it
too late ? I am going, going down, down !
Our vapa, namar son love your ex.,.
save her, save her i" and, with a piercing
cry the pale hoans were thrown *wildly
up and Clara W~yrille was dead.
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181. AligllStillP, St. Jo111'S CO,, IR.,

E ~DRaT18EMENTS -lill be inserted on the
funiowing term9:
~on. ~donar .per Isquare,' of twelve lines and
ixuder, for t~he.first insertion, and Seventy-Five
cents for each subseuenlet insertion.
Tesp. t ~-extisers a r i albe lmt o h
wkriting, stating definitely the nature of the
business to be advertised. Any advertisement
not, properly connected withl the business shall
be charged sleparately and silso any exces~s of
matter over the amount contracted for.
Alo vdertisenlentslno market m it the ineg
until forbid, and charge for. e gr oal u
& Five D~ollars will be cagdfrala-
nunrcements of Candidaties for Ullice, in ad-
'o tract advertisements payable qluarterly;
savd eismeanr arm strangers thed 11 ie
considered due whren called for
Lguedq usia s CLso pr an 0 0
Ap location for Letters of Adslinistra-
n otice to Debtors and Cr'eitors --70
A~Ipplicaion for dismi~ssl as Adlminis-
eFF ALI bines for Job Printing, most be pa
enthdl,-iivery of thie work.


b3roe lsep ec r in a\y ~ ~Bi?
merciless showmlan every Vr~
canoirti ibt~m, a cvi bdy ntH Iow 1
rbut the various kinds of HIats in ordor to

Brims, Short Brims, Round, Brims and no
Brims at all, BeavPer Casimer' Plush and velvet I
Morplb Pi es Peak endnc iSemubrelo nlt
and Tip Top, in fact every thinlg ever wrorn
from Nonh's day9 dohwnto -that ordhe nian who
~always slept mn hs hat. T. h n EnL~fr nsO.
N~ov. 1'. T ES N

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Ile came unto his own, and hils own re
ceived him not ''-St. John 1st 11th.
Seest thou thle driven snow
Almost blinding in its whiteness?

Painful in its ligthness ?
Wherefore painful ? 'Tis not badeful:-
~ 'Nay, biul only ioo celestial;
,.Things or Hleaven ealthwanrd driven
Ff an" thed erysr~jial. i
c.Jnelaroe wreathing, ephyte'to~linethng
Faireal shapes arid Isendr-rest wooing~:
By their purene~s an~d allulrenoess
Always obiding o~ur misdoings
Ah!i whal'sadness -clouds 11.0 g'ajne~ss
Given to ri heaven-born spirit,
When beholding Love enfolding
Those who only fear it!

SWl hsey ever anddforever ,
Be thsbiy :un iscerning .
Or perceiving ever grieving
Love's divinest yearning ?

HRae ]Fait~h in one Another.
Have faith in one another, '
W~hen ye meet in friendship's imme
For the friend is a brdth'er, .
And hris heart shoxild throb the same;
Though your paths in life may differ,
Hainc i~l bor when first ye met,
You may neel tllat friendship yet. A
Have falit~h inane alnother'
It Tcheye klispar love's fond vow,
Nor be always bright as now;
And when winter comes o'er y~e,
If some kindred heart ye share,
Audhalve faith in one another,
Ye shallnever more despair'
H~ave~aith in one another, .
For should-doubt alone incline,
It would make the world a desert
Where the sun would nevershine;-
Thant o'ershadow~s us to-dary
B3ut have faith in ounenollher,
.And it soon shall pass away.

Andl let honor be your guide,
And let thle truth, he spoken,
T~hathever may betide,
The false may reign a season,
.And, ch! doubt not that it will;
But hanve faith in one another,
And the truth shall triumph still.

Goodl A~vice
Girls prepiare yourselves for every emi-
ergency in life. Learn to world, and be
not depen unt on servants to m le your
bread, sweep your flooys and darn your
stookiings. Above all, do not estimate too
slightly those honorable young men who
sustain themselves and their aged parents
by the wforki of their own hands, while you
'caress and receive into your company thPese
lazy, idle, popinjays, who ever lift a fngrer
to help themselves as foug they d'an keep
body and soul together, and got funds suf live in fashion. --If you are wise,
3er wiYfookst this subject ib thle light
we do; and when ]'oir~are old enough to be.
come wives you will prefer -f1e honest
mech~anic, .who has not a cent to comrnmence
lif to the fashionable loafer, with a cnpe-
tall of thousandd dlollai%. When we hear
it remarked, "a young lady married a for.
tune we tremlble for har future prosperity,
Young women, remember this, and instead
of sounding the pursie of your lovers, and
extimining the cut of their coats, look into
theii hab Es and their hearts. -, MarkE if they
have a profession or trade and can, depend
upon themselves; see that they have minds
which frill lead them to looks above a but.
terfy existence. Talk lot of the beauti-
ful white skin and soft delicate hand,- the
splendid form and fine' appearance of th l
yon ctlcqn Let no th ose fool
considerations engross your thoughts. ;

dence not merely of the. body but of the
heart. It is place for the affectionss. to
unfold and develop th~emselvds--for child-
ran to love, and learn, soil play in--for
husband and wife totun e inilingly together,
and makea life a blessing., The object of all
ambition ejolld be to b~ happy at home.
If we are not happy therb~, we cannot bb
happy elsewhyje. It is the best, proof of
the virtues of a family cirde, to see a h~appy

Let your convrsration ~be without malice
or enry, ~for it is the sign of a tractable and
commendable spirit; and ie cases of passion
admit reason to govern.

A new sedativse-something;~ 'fa the Be
Victims of Neur~algiai g't-if Ought,~pe ad ea-c~i
The Joursal de C'laiiie Medicale con- dSnadJy-foeadFa-er
tains the followingo remarkable account of and Stles--Pain and Pleasure--are all
the discovery of a powerful sedative in twns ec deun b h ame mother, linked
cases of Neuralgia, by; Dr. Field: Nto~ete ot, o honia thekh, of abmani-
"5ome tire aso that gentleman was in- seen tocn~ y, d o ua no
ducedt by a homeopilb to put t wo drops b of e, to condition in life" may claim the
a 1Olo ion, supoaed o hr dIP ';-: -- Af~
-y- memago, n. however, is withoutl its inner ]ih.T:
stselect. After the 'pse of .abouG three blue dky still harbors bhoind ,ht.m caT!.
minutes, he felt a sensation of restrirtiaon at irlywt t o1moy
tbcbas ofthynec, ten igets ingn eadwou frmh e i sdlline,i and keeping the
in the ear, whil hilis forehead became cov-- .'spr d eondtio el so elivered ato/
ered witb abundaot~gerspDirati on. He then bewtout 4oo; condition so lowlyasio
was seiz~ed. with ulicndorollabl iitis of yawn- and opresaiv ape not .o-prrow he poinant
ing, aild remained .senseless for severallto fsoeasttoem hecn-
minutes; his hlead fell back, his ~lower jaw latio them r~igt a meeiisters, interposing
san dwnpoeres, $ bcae xtemlyttb a id l erge wit 'comlpeonstion
arean dfor w o iue p uwres ~-bcm"9rmls r ai)p ps delig~ht.' There is no such
pent, an o w iue-is ple wqp sx-ent thing as pleasure and joy, without .eloud-
g or~cquaifiction. WAre have only to .open
= The homeopath, perceiving these8 symp our hearts to smile and suqsie b o t
toms, was terri~edi thinking he had uncon- our backsosu nor ines no th tun~
scioutsly committed murder. Stimulants, visitor, who is always sure to. sta~nd. uon
however, brought Dr. Field to conscious- the threshold, when ever we: deserve most
ness agrain, but he acontinued to feel gthead- need, and afe willingr to give him 1e--
ache for balf an hour after, witha sensa- come. -EMERsoN e
tion of, pressure at the epigastrium, and ------i--
general weakness. These syinptoms disap Rorn, GEOGRAPHICAL S0cIE1Y.-The
peered in the course of that time. -It iwas London Star says:
evident that the substance employed was a The raniversalty meetings of the Rtoyal
powerful poisDD, and that it had been suii- Greographical Society w~iasheld on the 28th
ciently diluted; and it turned out to be the May, and, withoul exagerrtion, we may
nitrate qof xd of glyeile, a substance ob- assert that it was aon of thed most interesting
tained by treating glyeerine at a low tem- meetings ever hleldl in that body. To jest~i-
p.erature with sulphuric or nitric acid. f this assertion it, is sufficient to state that'
One drop mixed with ninety-ni'he drops of t e itoria gold medal, the highest honor
spirits of win e, constitutes the first dilution, which it 23 ia the power of the Sciety to
Dr. Field was imniediately struck with~the confer, was presented to Lady Franklin and
idea that he had experienced the effects of Capt.SirLeopoldM'Clinttck. LordRipop,
what, in a much weakier dose, must be a the President, made the presentation in a
useful sedative of the nervous system, highly appropriate speech. Lady Frankilin
while the homeopath was overjoyed, a was not present,lbut Sir ~ioderick 11furchi-
hiaving discovered what he conceived to be son attended on her behalf, and'read a let-
a powperful remedy for apoplexy. ter from that disting~uishedl l~~ady,
$'AFe vriou tralsu animcls, -Tlr. gave gracefl y~~ Ler pressio to be C .

lit-eihtyas~fa~r, h adia- ~e passage, and urged tbat a' natibTraitir-~
ixtyeigt yarsof ge, hohdiag belament shoirldbe erected, on which the arl-
;uiffeing from neuralgia, which returned at lant Franklin's claim to that discover
.ntervals of three hours, and had resis'ted- should be distinctly recogrnisedl
every remedy known, sueb as ammonia,
assafcetida, chloroofom, etc. REASONS W~IlY FARME;RS ARE ELEA}~THI-
The fouifth part of adrop of the above so- IER THAN ~PROPEssIONAL DIEN.-1.. They
lution being administered, -she was at once workr more and develop all the leading
relieved, buit s'or~ of the siymptons' experi- muscles of the body.
enced by Dr. Field being felt by her, also, 2. They take their exercise in the open
shne discontinued the remecly, but her suf- air, and thus breathe a greater amount of
ferines soon obliged her to have recorirse oxygen.
t~o-i gain,aridal he was completely cured~. 3.~ Their food and drinks are commoply
It has since been tried in cases otheadac~he less adulterated, and far more simple.
and dent~alneuralgia with equal sueeess."i.. 4.. They do not ov~er-woirk their brain as
GaZlgnani's Meisseriger. .muchi as industrious professional men do.
5. They take their sleep commonly~
TEake Care of the Bodyi. during the hours of darkrness, and do not
A man should takre care that his body be try t4 turn day into nighl.
not too soft for his~climate, but rather, if 6. They are not, commonib so ambitious,
possible, harden and season himself beyond and do not wear themwsely~es out so rapidly
the degree of cold wriherein he lives. Daily in the fierce contests ofrvlr --
experience teaches us how we may inure 7. Their pleas~ures'Are e ai ple -and
ourselves by custom to bear the oxtremitie's less exhausting.
of the weather without injury. T~he in- A MRONSiTERt.-- Saturday we were
habitar-ts of Nova Zembla go naked with~- tendered the c ~pliments bf the, season,
out complainingr of the bleakness of the air wite a hu~rr/tomato, which for size Iand
in whichr they~are born, as the arifties of quality 910 scarcely be surpaseb6," if eqppils
the nortb'ers nations- keep the fied all edr byfour county friends. pniionsured
winter. The.softest~ of our ladies expose in ci/cumfeTre~nce 10 iichey~ and weighed
their armus and necks to the open air, 17~,o'uces! griwn in a gin fel in the Upper
wphich the mon could n~ot do w thoutcatch- i. rds. In pursuane or instructions us.&-
ing cold, for the want of being accustomed comendation from +.'he donul, D~r. Ivan.
z,3~. .k4~~d the ten tr~ giant was; cut fan
might contract the same firmness and teol. thin slices aid ser UP raw, andl proved
per. .The Soythiian that wars asked how it -tp be unusually jaley a ich' flavor.--
was possible for the inhabitants of his fro. ;Courier.
sen climate to go. nakied, replied, '"Because Abyftne er
we are all over face." Lookie advises pa:
rents to have their children's feet washed ladiputiig ~as to what their `"mothers rorur
do." Gettingo impatient, the little damsel
every morn~ingrin cold water, which might blurted out by way of climax and a clikely
probably prolong hundreds of lives. 'mH hrs n tig ohe
a~ er:a "Well there' oneon thin mye mother
A cld athwold e oe f te mstcan do that yours eqp't-my oinoher.cda
healthful exercises in t~he world,' wefie it tak~e ev-ery one of her teeth out at onee! "
made use of in the education of youth. It
would make their bodies more than proof The extent of the defalcation of Robinson,
to the injuries of fhe air and weather. It the Richmond defaultier, is fully BIT2,0100,;
would be something like what the poetsofhihheeiacsheiit 5000
tell us of Achilles, whom his mother is said F1NE COTTON IN V.ERMONT.--The irer-
to have dipped, when he was a child, in mont Ondledaoialn has a pod ti ed,~ath~nwhich
the river Styx. The story addsc, that this, was raised inl Glover;) msbatState, by ailr,
made him invulnerable all over, excepting abdb ,it "ralan 1 curd idep id ul~ev
that pa~rt which his -mother 'held in her picked on a Georgia plan tall' n.''
hand during his immersion, and which by
that means lost the benefit of these harden- IbaaEx ExnarraToN.-;REis.tated ~that
ing waters. Our common practice runs in a ewen yth and 8wes ha Nhbrwdga
quite contrary method. We are perpetuial- States, and it is believe'd~htertjllless than
ly qoftening ourselves by good fires eadj that number will-reach the Un~itled'i ;8tatesr
witrm oldthes. ., before the -close of the pr~ceen~t year.



Guaiseppe 6a~ribadi;
In the portrait of G~aribaldi we seei a fnt
11nd strong temperament which gives inton
sity as well as purity and elevation to tb<
feelings, oclarness'to the mind, and
power to the character. The .forchead
is prominent, high, and full ab~ove the eyes,
and from the root of the nose n ward
St1;eatrongh soh center, evincing geasrte.
-TE top 8ead iq hri.;h, partlicularly at. Bee-
rvolence showing .superior.~ kindness and
&cmr e evati~o. Thle crownao ofJ~ te he
ousness, sowing great Firmness, C s ~~n
stability, unconquerable perseverance, u- n
togrity, dignity, selfeeliance, .and power
tbg~oern. His head is narrowv,tshowing
frankiness and an unselfish spirit --Lfe
Illustr~ated. a

Garibaldli, the Italian patriot, was born
at Nice, July 4th, 1800.. His chief de.
light in early life was reading- the history
of his dear Italy, and his ambition #as fired
to rival the deeds ef lier best ~men in her
'beet days. His father was a seaman, and
dev~oted his son to the same pursuit, and
he became famliliar with all parts of the
Mediterranean and Bl10ok Seas. hen
the uprising of 1834 took pheie, he eagerly
enrolled himself among her liberty.Lloving
sons--but their efforts for th8 emaocipa-
tion of their country failing, Garibaldi,
among others, was condemned to death.-
Blakingr his escape in disguise from Genoa, I
he reached France and sailed for Brazil.--
Findingr the patriots of La, Plata in arms,
liejoined them as an officer in their naval
service, and evinced great valor and won-
derful sagacity with his courage. after:
the war, he wans employed in the service of
the ra2public on' sea and land.
On1 the bhreaking out of the European
revolution in 18118 Garibaldi sailed for
aidmaont. w .ty Italian !legip whic-h

cause in Italy and made his power t1t until
forced across the frontier by the Lustrians-
He wvent to Rome a~nd commanFEd a, divi-
sion of the republican troops erpposing the
French and Neapolitans, andgatining several
battles. The cause of liberty being crus -
ed by the combined despots of Austria,
France, and Italy:. all havingo surrendered
but ~Garibaldi's little band, which had
wrought wonders of valor, he and his party
refused to lay down their, arms. It being
useless to contend aginst these powerful
nations, ~they resolved to force their way S
to some safe ph~oe of refuge. G-aribaldi's
speech on that occasion wou-ld- have done
honor to the boldest patriot the world ever
saw. Het said, "Soldiers! in recompense
for the love -y~ou may show your country
I offer you hunger, thirst, cold, war, and
death-w;ho accepts the terms let him fol-
low mue." The gloidoaus fellows, to a man,
followed him. They literally hewed their
ivay through Italy,leverywhere- harassed by
Austrian troops and finally disbannded
w~ln n psed an urud by 10 0q00
when rianvstedInatnde n tey eiz d sever-
al vessels and escaped. Garib ndi, almost~i
alone made his way to tle' UIt slaw es
in ~1850, and se tled on S'aten h dad, a d
1 rda~ rhes mod lis nout cal career visited

ed acai~u~ eiand refra do Nic
by invitio 9499~i -~sE~i~ f.

Wjhen the--war of 1859 broke out, he
assumed the commandl of a volunteer car s
which did slanal service in northern Ita '
His exploita in the recent capture of Sicily
stamp him as one of the boldest ad ot
gallant warriors and patriots the world has
His career has been a series of the wil-
dest incidents of romance?, and amiid all the
trials apd temptations of his adventurous
course,-he has challfengepd the admiration
of the world by his integrity and purity of
lif -

a3E The appropriations for the' "sup-
port of the Army," as lately passed id Con
gress, contains the :
Fort Clinch, Amelia Island, Florida>
thirty thousand dollars*
Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida, seven-

sayy-t Jfe ooana Kddn1ey, Florida>-
For Fort M~cRae, and pretervation of
site, Pensacola, Florida, ten thousand dol;







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Jn- 7

-E. MIEDDOUGH, at the old stand of Du-
: point, earler of Treasury Lane nunounces
the receipt of a sne assortment of Spring and
Summer Gioods selected especially in accordan c
ir~ith the good tasxte of this market and it w l
bte offered for cashl at very low prices. .The as-
sortment is wonl worthy an examination and it
winl be a pleasure to show the goods. Canl and

Fine family Gtroceries, Fresh and diy e ee.


vTI~o hin ver lea gigBranrdof the day


70. II.



Mdr. HiltSR 8 Letter of AGcept-
.gaptia quin nce. .
Our attention has been called to some
-' l~-C ~ C~dlY;fJremarks in the St, John aG .11/lrror) under


O87 JIa Beat Esta., of Pialath, Fla., is
duly autlhor ~ed to set as Agsest for the Br. P
Avacesnu ExANGEaR &an Will rBC0178 88b'
aoiosor ake ciollotions, and receipt for tle

Isadtonalfleyaggra~tig ;WolqlngFti ;


FO '03 iiF4lr.blD

'`6en.- .0se~ph L_ ne,
D- tO.'AI IOMt ATOti.




R. B.~~~O

A M~ass MIeeting of the V'oters of St.
'Johos Cnouty, favorable to the n~iominaio~s

~eekinridge and Lanel.
And the maintainance of Southern
Rights, are respect~fully invited to meet at

On~ Saturday thelilth Au ust, 1860, f~r
the purpose of Ratifying said nominat~ions,
~ i6YI~kI~laBPPj qch Aginesp~ o Say come
ME-*`Pesp =-"%n -9; ~'age, x -

"""ar "" i'o thd Lantine tof Cnrebe Terrtoi they
BF~cia ril~an &pn -Breakinridge and Lane. PI~om the G~allaztin l~('ainn.)' .eamtiner. ellye beliltr obe I'rro~c,
.`T(II wetP wg( coninu t nic fo pa the Iia ifou oun the are iulunde nohee control d ongress; ac
Raatflifo Mletin.:: ifen prs. oT ::: ooun::Jof teroep- w:Viet'sthn Brc urd ~de,n f Kea- ulh nwh~rl o .eronkme one pobanch
Ratifo~ionMeeillg f b te nteeky, and G~en. Joseph Lane, of Ore~gon, discrim~inate against the righueof-the States
S tion of the cominatipon tos ese go me the nomittees of ~the seceding Conlvention or abeL artprir of their citizens fn the Ttrm
Pursaot o~naice meein~ of theC3 'Ie trust they will be read by afll thist thlep ait Baltimorec, This is the fourth pr~eiden- ritories raIt flows that the citizens of ail
f'rinsan tof BRLnRotIc an Lmbeet Wan y see the enthbqidasm which pervades tial canvass in Which we have actively p~ar- the States m~ay center the Territories of the
friendsth ofBRCKNRDE ndLAE a ticipated during ear Bonaection with the Uno ith their .ropry, of whatever
held at the City Hall in St, Augustine 011 e ain. .AssouaRI press, and we can sincerelyg say that we havekinejoitdrog hTrrtia
Thusdiy venngJul 1th.Onmoton he Jewfnu Cit Examiner (oleial eerunup a flag witch nam u gests sinscrib condition, without let or hindrance, eirther
a01. F. IA.D)acY, was calledd to the c!9i~r, paoer ofshe St 4f so s:- ptitn m rsi|1eve, Ito eth 0, Ctsatif ace by Coongree or by thre subordinate Territo-
aod MRriTarAs R. ANonstr requested to *Around theB banner of Brechinridge t ette pleased with them as men andsta~tes- rtal~.governmerits.I rmh
act as Secretary. alnd Lane every trUly untiona~l Demooaralt men than w~e have before been writh any These principles flow dij~l Terri tori
On taking the Chair (Al. IaNouv ex. niy rally without mrisgiving or daiubt of ticket. It wrould. be exceedingly dillionilt Babsnce of sov~ereig uty entie unlrityof the
th eir fidelity to theo Constitution, `the aUnion to obtalin two which combitied in a bigber governments, and frl hqtanlt tof that
plaine ah ob ec ofth uie~ig ud ter"t of th Sta~tes L t r d eo reoca pr bi~tya Id e i, tey ar sdtia eenh

tous filor th considtertonndaotr of P weep wa b-:emort dthPn rily seetonadt~is o ourd couty Te s Oikoq l ad Comine rsaol, anprosi- iIeenatde sed yera
the~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~9t meetings cosstn ofMsr.Fri.'hybln oteeur-h heto pr aso.Tqetour Csthe rookoth Consitu
aneFilips, bthina, facegntti dand Ponet~ 3o drun itici l slaeh bry.he 'Wo epuresseUitd iin Thursay'oais papr the ~ionthey wll~ pr nesever hes U r~nion.
who etied ridsubequntlyreprte th F^?n he flutra oirter opnmesionta oulswul ee vthes Itv isiden toaemt toLC dilrl mother Ithes
'toafull h r~idrtio ;Jaroro *~ W2Pea h beieve tha str~onge tike has cnevr. TL nos inrighs Ifeatacky to ln thow thestae ra sus rtomsersn hm@
the reastheg 1110mintion s of -J neIrs Pur- htio we'ramistaken outhtpit.Thy ding ~r and del usfive. The people will
Slne BRRlip, biflPnlt)ON and JS PlLAN noo heoqr. TN~ow ounas as wefn hmsyteei o ateeo ob ftelo eet he exressi a *ntere Co~L-r
fo he Pei~dency and Vubieol IPureildnc ob orexhps (aete Uniletin, hav -~~abilealt of Breciridge to carry theSte- tion, "Congwll reisioal Slae Cnode, i

y Cu~ounying Covee n o My13 100 Nortw strornoerat LeionBloomington;l aO i ine Reflbutllk th Brecinridge men8 any es othr coe msqregr opro netthem Ia~
Readred That th nominaton of Jun State rgus, Co mbi~sNrthwest eporter, b op sti and ful of unco uerablere- Term ries. Thy hold -he ine o
.o C8i B're 1nideoc id tsibey b Ba i icofr Plttbr qe quoiRH~~, a we ton: he a liets sd a us yestied lNion- jeer to uc C~ioresss~o or isybtv
Rsoic2n Tat w pt~ialyinite U Spritigfield~s Advrtier Spnritngf ie;Cnton abud h ougmnwr olfrb on,) ':he pla~in duty of te Fe~derl ovr
in~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ voe anl orta -o ofd BrpirdeadLnMrhll ia amr ia;Cilio namno y eesr to the iiesofalte Sat
e h repnnso h adnlpicthe help' Choice Clilcte mogteDmcateoen hc theea enyikenorthrpopryi e
leIs of jLthe, eocacy, the standad bearersh tb ALAu x PoLTe -The O osto have- d~clae fo rcIrdei etr omnTrioi=.W vrweee
y te nupuli I art in the Uieds~ltates of ~vI i~r PPero New Yonrkp arei the BUflovekn~i g Pst ihntsjrslio.Tenl oet

r. t? in ten Dtor~iJ 8 Ofeth UitedState~ns an delred theuir puurpose t spportll ath3en cnP I~slor hePeri Douaily moered per ty 'in the serices- atnoSlves -or
SIon- yi oxoth reverthe la of ou clyno coau- 1 nominawct ions of Brecinide L anel7 t~~mn~~n ince Uio take down th aeso oglsdn ta uc rprt a xit
p tryis~uifurle. -Theyclosetheirresoltion thus Rwe nd Jonson the ditorannouci gthat xorabe logc, wich wrks is sted wa
t-Resolved 3r That whe are unablcj to Jh istuL. hreb elreiaur. de~II~~ilil~l atet pR~porwe, th~ey wlere put~u bye an assoiate, wthuta Trthrough cllousan hasont cmpos theo
d~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~o~io cove an eiiaecamtotespqtnta Dmcas u eey stedtr ohrtydur~irig hsai abeoe usys count;ry3 Oilto~? meetther tiss ~tblhe~rei
of Sntouten men, W41 thtb Douglass:u Bel or ned friend; Hofar Souhen equai, :pty and~~irr hi r tr a ur evasyIh-ive runkldie~ gr und lradthe sins
t- Lncoa psses a cadidtsfortheprei. others intitution, aund as lli;Sresof; those, d LOeTae byun thnwe HOR. fo hn mulil fafntca n rwn
n- I~deny and weat re pctfully uge thoe who,~gel by perinteir, nomineesl~l upton a O rcirdeo h o> hc eista ne h osiui
sfrthem;pl tof lqrtefet wl upont wthe cose. ltong~r chpnshed~ p Ireciple fpeto o Demort reirdo ;~s TOATINALlt idiiNVENTION, C id; i a d ultmaey lrIhre st~ruglO Rtaor er
ry ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ilo quece ofeeaigto o in s p ar elhl atmr, dJn 3 80 ewe ith reaby aell to acre or
ed in l~, soni t t t of piro rights a nd elual R~as eqall ity and S aou ern ilns itutions, o u- Strd a man diesten; vo o~e demo tiv ehnu enrtsin ed~f the Union.
r-frmn, ah reepnd oties of the UslinitOSate plcporth Bhrenckride, and l anote,"i intei onhve be the~me~is day na mimously~ eo think t will hei iprossbeert a cndid
e- b J.e L.orny Phe LLIPSd letso acptne fte nominatin, or latd for the toflicge of EResident Lof the ind Trltodisordr~lC hosiliy ther Unis o
rY b t olpnt i h JOHNe USIN.1 oatherwAabise, thy give thiro uqalifemqd, sano DUoj & Staess, aond inDieirtli bealf ree ans tatof sethi Fonlists in th e, reo lutio
e,~u~ia.ea g.'~nte A PACeTTIop, ationt~mrv oo the pltfr upo tn ihthe hae yu- to Caccetauu, the nomiion.beg eae adupted by,,g twer ConvLenrtoion tej Con ti
e. p BteD. POAN beirprosnppbct fdaen nomniatd omo. le t n the ac tuatn tlarol II U ionl re onies a h e l
no~ WhiS ch hrepilo rea and aded.rlatoi .7; helaed Staerk probe Du tona he p crro~slit.eic 1 patforni on r~ whihthe fondabxon uernieat oure~ whlaes politic
'(t Col. ST.rie GEO ROGER anitd Mtajor nom ntio f urointygr em Locra. patycCno stale ontends.Doi~~q sytra uctur. AsI onstruthemn he resatI-
ando whereve th- ,larg of.n ou 1o~ro colu- li :0orclmsaemn ffo.0 13.6Peiet estdntigfraySaeo etr
anIr i~lfu~d on nhe cldssae tbi rsluinsBn, 'e 44jhsu NTth tor dnoueutyo lSaL__"-t. I~otl lio wellh tol; casembr tht hech
Ht Rsolv 3d .51* uoueual t i-hrbydcaeia oudltk~te u knowf uthno y whichu~u Iy mu asthially winforme.) have gruwpouds of the vsiola son of Stat
ng icoe ng begt-madoe clui to. S Goe 80f tnot eof thei au ::2l a the S et ak o- ntof my coinati~'eion__ fo th teo Pe oeteualtry, thaIret J iuas.0a ashe~ his gre
o a of Maribyl and M hajo Wiliamss F.R e'1o ty"B Dfmoraiendso otrli comitte in etono h Untd tte y h emeratic e rinciple has been respeted, we have bee
Lnon. Thevrdc~ :Iountyidt for the erabe andsi Soutn last Sturdays, sixa aliof themwee, in f- Ntioalonv~eno lthel asebed-a bon lessedp with. huarmony _audmnd peae .
ri. lucid exlains of the~pricipei s involed vo "Iof our hoistinga Bhr oolinrides nd Lan% al thnohnide8,, ote (whill t, be es toa prersud the counbtiry tha
ci. Info theu t percent, isel beore the countr~so th reeopshed and onipe refue prteo gv n The circmstacats~ NAPofY C6thENIs omntif reodlutionsel ua sctilal which comnlu d'
hyge adv o leated g ye uporrsc to Biaheckin- 8"expreion.Echt one of thritres, e genleen B*tme id. fueZO to tersna bth~en tsuppolrt ofar maoilatyofa the Stte
ia s Reold Thst; th e pgroceingso thiuils Nio oe l drofoubt for a motoentheih phvnosuh ordird to beteodDcracy, antild by al th ilro~vastmsso
es. meenting be pblidl rin the St.d Aqugutyu car qacite and touhei trecnservatives Deo u- pl'Iaced befre tecontry for o the deoitice of c uonsvtiv oin teUion eeyhrwtot
l nExamienr, and thita~softll ew paperd Sinhecrcyofth po pulaeirie and mathless. Breck- pesrN~ident Whnen my name was presne rear o ar
er tt rendl to thf ease be requested to r inrd and pthe gallath andwarwora vetra to the Conavenbuthion aty Chareonit asl "I thia bee i ncesryoreta ne
ItLI There\ beingse tc nov further business~o the wOiuthd frawn ya ren in 0 lu~ence o m the 'idtr~due caractr ofjil~ to his Govenment
urtmetig djuredsie'de.GERGA.- xpesed wtahte Co ve i tlerbhf reqeass A memoabl O:instance9tl occrd to he rsoltrug-
act ~B.D -IN F.L ACY hima;,Ten nominiation ofBetirig n le atmoeadwenIhadof l c ended the0 c~ivi revolutionary of~i
ot MTRA .AD1, ertr.,oemet ihtegets enhuisthle diffrenciues wh ichs8 tourrd thre moy 10.-TeRpbiaso h al
n,~ ~ J in this~aCL se on ~of h t. We hae indsposition o b onneted: prmety the Dooe-t fte urdtracy ofhis, were stigin~atizedn
he crat within the past week an l epes df d -. ots udrth osittoan ae
he' and Z.S. Otheseondtn wOeR widll~jo give al nbe defendler ofoonstituat ~sst~~yutioaleult hhasl orso illfr be undrstood by aondestabish the equt~aly ofhe Salltecs, a
B. hering L adesd te-uiii~. Bre elannae aend Lne-will swee plc allth h onrIhv nyt a h tap- ouinainlv basis of union alndpacey Who
to~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ d~v Itmitb nesodtoeetatw it rc oeTri f he a pop. aP be vs em a trotso co
re ared favorabW to,("l a~ll Rai'!lj Roads- f strife ad w!'ourklo like en--Belirde sf red. rigel!~; repesskaioLn. eg3 sy, d wotith coon hands ande helsciont
by rr Al edt eeo h eoure of- 'tdhe nd. L rane i crrJ heS ae ove ailtul p- eidivn, andhav the Stats and~leeful ~peole ll uit to devlope
vi- wilt r.e v o r mL e nh l i g teffP- 'n s ~c r et o ee tt ep sto Ishll it th \11Itwxt F IIY t L thed bo ds o tin ercoure

mp suou b tl'idle bel.CLT.~ We wld elTadc alsO'1 All :~the Dem~ ocra_, ~t~~ Erugrl conu fo- vliA~' eoi-PdJI IT~ elUUfCilJ ianon Te osttuioLadEqaltyf
ch to see the? Rand f~~ro thisl~l t~o Jac enillef K us kyaefrirani .fonx wtan sense cll of puli dty ad, as tin Slultrates These are dymbols ofi evrlast
,- inevr ng furder. e Gol ou, getlcrt~ yourr ebui-te 10 of uh e n nihte ed inaydge ythe alcluorat- Un"ion lnt thes e be th r alpcl ying, crht ies o
oni terird cpive~ius thepneith of thes q .-ole voo'tic is (.6* suppo lrt of re rid and Ln a Utiuoent u a bai Pil Pt b ~~~thatth scanvas wile cou n duc-lt
ei- in ile l St..! A sugs e needse to e c oug d Lansthreops. Iavalerfdei t ~v n h il myslfltn of thisoc o rnssion to an that tdwithut rancr anCt~ldl tiha te mperae
.; adon hted eLegges o ppoiners, passes, All thpesso.Eah mm er of theL-e o~re tateu the contfidee in mywr~r o t persona nd oblc umerts wil tak th laceit of htil wrds,
na ..4 i 5\e .arethemas mas-- bi m e as ilT ad~ bt g ro e and passi~e i~onae b n he ua one" Asit all, If
ei e 'd climd atfo summ ber or winter. havrcen de ared uhi thems hele cur th ru bere,t an 'isbtjuta so r to my own entDcuorae p h mbl to hoe th ab t ivi e;rovi
n.l -qslc tT~ tgrc e i of nais o ona l de ora ic u tick e n, w h echis h la rib f l ngs to ex rsnslt my rifcto he eneto w o we o o ro gi ir
ti Afarsing Sicubiy- oninu-e quit. Tuu~tr harer folwng'pape rse i~n Kooatuve6 (o- p acd Guneralh~ LANE tri otandas idiet pronserutie ar o b eo ved onryw e ag int all
r. ThLierea gratd atation a Nasplersi. the hoistedf the foplag r Bekn. and mthe houreaiet seV~ies m in te fi peld and 'e"dtnprp
m tt pubicnl comm ~isscarat hadben pilaged tbirdand vb:- ' te ancil otite hith thae grtiude arnde dtangr foeign anedsy domestic. oc
mudrd n h iydcae nasae ofpy Thne FakotYe;,o h culifideane oyaf his u co ntrym den. e I am'Orlitr, wth greatun r splety yourf riend
Ite siege.ben no .bhe trc. h Lxngo Suesa o h) '.'qro.luinsao by da~ the 'tu honven: ~ JoanC BRt)KNRIGE (:~e u--
T he P Nep lta ovenmet, Chav ordrued a8hdsr Th e Louisviln a o e c ouri eo f n ind cli.'ser wu card appohvaltou. T ere H n 0 usigPesdnto teDe o
on esttuton f he wo aptredshpsandtheth thh is etid ioft-he GtaeorgVet Gavettjs tleifro ..s pat o he 6cUnion 'toeem all0 ou crTio Nabianal Convetiondyli
release~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~h ofr~rc theirs crews andratze spsegr.TeU fte8hdstit h aua ead iiosatv a aua )adie
sh 8.\[~TIa alo-f-i rooeg in theu pa-r.-tg Land fte 1est ditrie The Mgrayesvi Exprea, fom be at no ltim ore any admin iestraton.~ hc ne hecSrvltp f
of back up- thh Amria Miitrs ei cof thed 9~th district. Thber Neofl Demo- inipsto ToI~onca poie~ iuninps W .Ttheg ol heated t~ermc
Garibadi as peprling for urther comovcao he7hdsre. h ardbr wThe tiecnvs was. tuching herig t= 'tnedoe dnsa n utlTus

her malratedin them streets ofNpe..ds-ntit was t sup- r no e d ar lt ~e li 0 bBwlng i al confs-p s edero acy ur en ua ueegnSae n setrd ndE 1' hredytr
bt.l posedmclFe bylahe ani-eories Hee wasrct betn n fthe urpssenmrtdi the Fcuredera hasben owhiclsere. Thea thermometer o
hi'Egand an ,d Auestria haveonswe nted to al con- Te 0delande o Bansiuonel ei which wa rmet holds in trw, o ll beudrthe States Wdesday reistered eultw o gres Yore,
ns feenconteranc-8is qusio. sre~;on Doug las paperefill thep assemblingms eejydeulyb th tcn than on ay prev oulion us d eay-100 abnd)
ao-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~tr Thr a enfehdsubne nNpe. ft atmr ovnin a u ptols hePrrg itores inl trus fo Lr all th eresbn mre a ayplc

The policecetation had been sacked and pillaged, th ~kBreakinridge and Lane tickete, ,and Stts ohnls hns~irtr a on
and many personshard been killed.' The.I ing Istropply urges its Douglas friends to sup. destroy or impair the: rights of persons or The' pedeod has becen maiked byg a re6ord
li, had ordered the formation ofaNational Guard. port only that ticket. :of property. The Terkito rial governments of deaths from exposure,, &o.,
ort Graribaldi Bad appointed a new ministry, the T1e eLewiaburgn M~essenger runs up~ the are subordinated and temporary,, and not, ld tehs o Ca'ao
Ins old being unpopular. Signor Natoli is Mainister Br chiaridge and Lane tiic t, and wi~llgive sovgerejggn; hencethey cannot detrotmy orim- unezam lein .h (qtp;o hretn--
of Foreign.A~rirs. .it a ordiialseygort, ..' ;pair the ~rights of persons~ or propertyt~ Mercuryr :

;his caption. We confess we see-little in
the article to entitle it to notice,- yet a
others have called it, to our ;Ittetitiop, it
may be well to remuarkr upon some of it
manifeat errors. d
As to Mlr. HILCoN, had he entertain .
the same views with those of the writer of
that article, he would d~oubile~ss Unito pur-
ijupd tOe OOnree theye fudggaest as the

to his own Viewys. Whou ~l tha write -of
.th-e artileocauplea the position of gr.
A~LTOnsr owpi~ll erftinly be peroubtetd to
pursue the plan -be Fanggopts For the
present, having been the unominee of the
party, itia pobe presumed his nois are
approved by thlotbseta bonoring him.
Brth ns .n reapecting M" r

tli sr r, grne1Td to) he konoest inl th1
expression of his opinion, muset bce illl
posited as a the .foots. During the Sena
loriarl campaigns in Illinois, between n essrs
Douglas and Lincoln, lIlr. BRECKINRIDGI
did indeed write a le jier to someo of Lth
citizens of the' St~ate, allyising the sup
portof Mr. Douglas. Bui in the~ sam
'letter he expressly disclaimed holding th
viets broached by him on the subjcut o
-Slavery in the Territories, or in any wa

BREOJCINRIDGrE advised the election of M
ilDouglas, because hp had been a proimi
entdemocrat, and still acted with~ thent i
every respect,` save on the' subject of siua
tI ersovereignity, and was thpa support
by more than nine tenths of the demoors
ic parry of the State. WIhercas M~r. Li
cole had never belonged to the party,' an
was Abaps supported by the republican
and repudriated .by democrats of eve~
slt~amp. )Jr. DUpglas had always act~
with, and held every prino0iple of, the pa
;Ity, except this one, while- Mr. Lincoln r
rejected thial great principle, its well as ever
other ofthe arty. Is heire any evidence
that Mr. BREEcKINRIDGE holds the sam
iiviews with Mr. Douglas ? Ad-uredll: r
person would makre this asseat~ion xceic
in i norance of the factsl.
In his spee~ch delivered in the~ projogur

fWdoin. ofMr Duga in the folidwip
termi. "The fact~s Iobt nither congrl
nor a territorial legislature can constitutio:
ally, exclude from,! or confiscate in a .ter
tory, private property, having beent judi
ally determined by the highest cotirt in t
United States, I confess I did not anti
pate the doctrine of unfriendly territory
legislation is regard to African Shaiv
It has nro warrant from'"ihe constitution
if we recognize the highest judicial inte
pretation of thk-t instrument." On t
other hand Mr. Douglas' laignjage is; L
matters not what way the S~upreme cor
mayi hereafter deide'as to the abstra
question, whether slavery may-or mayv n
gointo a territory under the Donstitutio
the people have thelawful means to intl
duce or exclude it as they please." 1If t
people are opposed to slavery they w
elect -representatives, -who will by u
friendly legualation effectuallyy prevent t
introdluction of it -into their, midst
Isa hees i tdi ter ricof sentiment as
Again t~he fact of' itself, that-they we
nomlinated by different eouventions; and i
parties ~djociamericlly antjg~oistle on th:
ve~ry principle, fulnishes the fuliest, e
dece thait their senotiments upon the su
je'Ct of-lave~ry in thle territorjl ieso lar fro
being lth same" are the aniriPOdes of' ead
Y'etf'urthe LrLaing been nolinate~d
Iplatforms so diverse, as to have causedi r
cssions from both ental urivus, at C: :

ly a fl~ty appro on and a
capted the platforms, on which his seemil
.ations was mlade, is of itself amlple evidence
even were there no mother, that their senr
ments on the subjectof 6lavoery in the te
ritories are totally di~erent.. But we dee
it a work of supererogation to accumula
testimony on a subject so obvious.
* iiF The East-Floridian states, thait (
the morning of the 5th instant a devuil ;fi
was caught urrder one of the wharves
that place.
aIt sayahalsob ina on large ware hou
blown down during the storm, on the aft~
noon of thle6th instant. This is doul
less the sa~ine storm which passed over tl
city, and during which the three perso
werre killed of which we furnish an r
.count to-day.

aiiP BeShooner Adilae Capt. Johnao
was to have left Charleston for this Pc
on 17th inst., with corn, flour, provialo

To-dacy we publish diepr~o of r
BRECKINREGE,~ accepting ~the nomination
of the Barltimore Corivention.` In the ex-
pression of his views, it is clear,~ honest,
manly and statesmanlike. There isdticier-
giversation' or concealment. Like the
man all is open and honorable. Though
favorable to the Uniori, he would maintain
the entire equaality of all thLe states in eve y
respect. There is nothing Of the' trading
politician about it. In ~the support of
trath and right, he will stand or fall. T'he
Boath will feel safe uoder the guidance of
such aman. -The-north can -trust him.
Justice and nlihty of rihts are asue
to all. It is refreshing to encounter such
principles in these times of corruption and
clearlatanry. That this_ mauly~ franknese
and su~chbonot will have their effect in
this campaign and. ensure success, there
- Iliraci Alll must, he cionvinced
tS~hi,.who t 4 ~~lb)`~Qrowin enrthusiasl,
with ich thee ~inad~siuous hlave been
received in Bipays~ of the land. A
pnde in the uno:rlgeQBP~:sod r a xulted
aIbasseeret nobrincec bhtsgra out in

the re'ee ne ivtb

Ladies of this s Mi~i n stiat~.uituio,1
the olosin eam ot~f ts
yedar n re v ,~~ it far .#r.
pmse any p.t rbitng the ki i~
u6Lil. ty.".We reret thu
we emaet .4: iuller description
solntal and literaryv trooit which
b there eujoyed, as we are just going to
p -lrees; but in oder that it may not fail in
'~the object for which it was given, toraise
Sanobleand generous emulation among the
pupils, and to encou~gae them to work
with increased ardor during the coming
year, we wl devote some space toit in our

nhe hLdes of the Institute will please
accept our thanks for their kind invitation.
Vessrel Abandoned.
The schooner, President, Gunider Master,
wPhieh~left St. Augustine for New York,
a short time since, with a cargo of copper
hides. Iron, ke., was rso greatly damaged
byr a gsae, which -she experienced on the
20th ult., in late82017' N., that she was
abandoned.' The apta~in and rew were
taken on board thle schooner J. G. Patter-
son and had reached New York in safety.


I)IEo-In this eity, Tuesday morniag
last, Miss ANTONICA PAC'ETTI na-
tive of this place, aged 26 years and she
months. For the last eight yearsshe had
been lingering with consumption, tifll ab
length it obtained the abastery Kindaand
amiable in diisp,il3o, and, wionap in-her
intercourse ahca beloved by all who
kn~e~wher. Dying inthe faith of a chrir-
tian, we trust she has. gone to thatt world
where? 'sorrowr nd-...I'in ub~l 11srlee-awa
"and where the Lord G~od will wipe awaly
tears from off all faces,"

For the Legislature:
]3t%,,The friends of JOHIN J. DARBLING,
E~sq., present hfis sa : iotmee.rB St.
Johns County, a- it l. ,-*Fax. in Iandsdale for
I R, I\Os. u onL

r.'.. Illo, .I tq 12 10 bar I~
.IY~tiH FE i~l; Rt adersor.
July 7-18600 ri

me,~l re ..i~" p. .rt.- L"re..- sunn ..

CIX -r.. r,inj sr Iia l, i Ir l-1 idr suI? e r i
13tio~ I; .I d.. .ius ... Pr P.?s ; 4, Jol..
county for a titial settlement, aid for my dis-
ehi~ areL r! \.~i~r ~ il. .1 t rl li
;I t rl tat L..YLILL,
Feb. I; 19i~ .\lihTfrarll rau

IN pursuance to at order granted me by the

.1I 1 ER, Tr, ." Is.'~~''Y.i I a

Ii .I .;lo i; l ~l.o~ SIt rr orr on-

i~~ ;..L...D ., 1a Yl3 .. I 0 ~ 1

.I ('?rG g~'~ j St
El lo; n li~ t F ? .u~t n ji p I .

I .ilr. L. 11 IUf llli l rl

r...I i c2l L0 YCr... ld? I

C;- iir. I_.l. r..r Jt. Ji.linufsr.
Jan. 7, 1860.

O .tice.

baths. Lret our friends come and try thq although it iscamdthathe is a retfavorite I
chan~o of thre majority of these Trustees, and instead
8 of the power being vested in the persons~of
The following are selections from many these.gentlemen, to do as they think proper, it
notices before us. uil tum a eanod that, W'estcol wer hideo as c
L'tlhe City Registrar's report, $hich may thley are norrI rh ,;,r i .;- sworn to foldow
db fund another colum~ ,elar n. arful hl ps~ i serva ,hudt ey fil or so~f aet do
of courts will be found, decree that
-------odicer reports sixty two deaths for the past. the law shall be justly administered, between a
s. ~Atl*'Istilles Plorida. week, forty-seven or whom were""" white and e ,aecu ,ato, and the .t. 1.1 pre-
e l ffteen colored. The record is stained with rog~ativesbelong to noofloe, .:0 li* i
three murders, an unlicard of thing inl our EUTAW7.
Saturday, July 21, 1860. registries. Twili.1 j*.H. i* ma~In-strokeo are Tru-e h ch he
i----------------- --- reported, andl I...ur .J..nths I'...u, apoplexy.i Adelantado Don Hernando de
Three Persons Rilled by zlferacy oan om ng o otgl
Lightninf g. The wejt~rfthefor h past ten days hlas u0onderive kntin theDsce of Flor- g
Sabbath morning much excitement iwas been iit-famlously strltry. The thermqoue. 1lsr'~ ida nut mae: by a fldalg of Fl
ter has several times indicated a tempora- Elvas. ,9 ~
produced in town, by the announcenant, t~b9drk u linaesec o '
that three peirsons wnere lying dead on tut of~wI~k 96 egres,. Urin a esienc o
Fi~s's Isatid, mile or two distant. On "nerly seven years in FI..<-h,. we have .:VEE 3 H NUSTO.
inpestigatijonr was f..un. 1I the bdls.... Id ae~e sfuel fo .le DISCO.ery Ofil jlal-jgh there 6lince th3 FlI day pl-oil:ll, dul- Th IdC I~lS iun ble to r.
rhyg Lbo aFternion Iji ajibid, as r- .l,. v- RELATION OF THll VICISSITUDES ATTEN.
Edphi n~ nl (U1. ares.mapI~ull-fl la dingtimG~overnorDonH rna do dei~oto rt

,Tt The cts, t. Ihe Jul y oi in- u ~irll.: s har lti rliiu r~~ 1n~ t hirst Odni inna a01se wh wroou th o ?
quest, aru as fll~ws. Two f'ree nigr o ne.. trum lJI;o Ilil II in e I tria. Th e ..:...,. J.:e. Is fte onr
- ldsfqdea! womanabek~io ig toenuyi~ marh Ileonn the, tonlla~,r adJ[ l I t EL, r"'" ural ;, alls sica La; ooul] rj.
Sanish at ,w six A- ~most del itfauag,r us wnral~qenr e .,trsr
whom may have bgten s, r.n or ei,;tt J.arre: o the hot nighlz. W'e Jo rojr Ilclak w .0sa Xl
old, were at the2 tiin'~ <1.1 Inee U:.quinoi .acer passed' 'b..:.ugh 2 non.; .1.3.9~..all Of. h thOv lr u fo 9zi
Ihouse on Ihd island. Tb. n oecs are jup. Lewa.1 te=lla.Ofh hGvnowetfomAux
ocusiea t. hsre just ei rl.: mn, poejttl,b t... s LEXINGTO~.1-TII: Ia..[r.-. llr ws; 1 1h.. tl "i .1 In thnc ti Utoher a nd ty.
cape due shwr,!~r as one horse, with satddloe hare ever ina.I': :rI.. I15.,l k' Fo .. 1at, .-bigcose h o
an.] br .11. oi., 4 lying dead ia one of ,,:,cerd .ri II;e th.11:.....>meter has ranged ornort~ mare eague and all to a
to~r er.~ ir 'locs f hhouse ~ner the chimlney, Ifrum Ilj):l 11.'4 :.r.:T. Iinl tlr.. Iabs~j. WVe large town of hquio, which was abandoned
an.d on.,ither Ilddledj Ll.l bridled was in the have had, and still have, a great deal of before his arrival. Over' s lain thirlty
6-.1.1trouble with out inking rollers--this in- Indians were seen to draw i.,b whom -the
f-1 .tense Lijl .... k:cn ri,. m~ ;r, :.;I., .. all ouri ':'' "I': "'. '.1 i, r il l
The lightrningc.;J:i~ll) run down the exertic~u- Iu :at.:;- U no~~ us n ~. .2 l ar.m~,, .J..II a: nlu-
chiomey, and divided, a part going out thle '-'~l'b "..1 Cus.:u" ~~
north windowp of the house, and a part olt Ecomm~umpqiTEn~l .j ?..Is tw aud whle *rut.) [r.(;o As
SMs. EDIron:--It is believed that, sufficient tetw oadwih.h oenr
orf te :..rlth wirul...w- The two mim were tiate has been allowed Dr. WYestcott to reply, unarehcd was near the river, he senta ea p-
snobably standing I..:2 the I..i.imqr;, .isying; had he designed doing, so. It is also thoughtb taiin, with the force he thloughtsuticient, to
themselves. The woman seems to la.0r. / ~ a;~.~..o-i I /I 1.;~ r i -~i; pteetemT
beenby ~rrfant th <,@.1 I o th soth .. .y .0 ..... se pr as th<, li-.l. .'l u ound about t rough
Ssideofthe roops, from lahich the electricity t~~,~ ~~,,~ ?:~~.,~ ~ ~, ~ o- i 1~ ~ swdol th ubletl the '- l~l
escaped. There wer~etwo. dogy just out- ir oI~~. ~'- 1. 1~. 1 ,~~ ; ~~ p hortuniityto atteek tl < pll~ir j.u
Side this doot, wrhichl were killed. Thought ..'.. .'.'''"'-' L.'.'".. .'b A1 ng emi reat irutai~~ r.-u, ...e o.
the six children were in the room, they'. ;.,? I 1- l on .n i. l 1.2l I ~ Ll:i:. r U 1 tli n~plBte
ils aptd UOBurtI The eldest states, rt~.-,6"teo h oret ota sso
..reaunuh-r d,-= unt.1, *-.1..8. walk on the I.,..., I, 1...1,,..., il I- G~overnor arrived ia the town he di-
ride of the r.4om opposite the fire placee. ." .'' '" "r I' .,:. r~~tly sent o~rgasbo men to them down the
The lightning seemls no to have penetra- u 3aul, for their protection. When the pir-
ted two rioomsc .f itI l...Ii:... ...... ,hbove and .r' i ~s~sarvda thle tow ae orse t~em
One~~~~~ .low, win;. ~ Iwa ulIe. be. r for Unr.Lm, Others whea they should
Af''-' Inh. .1 12 .fti, nneub.r, os 1Ia1II p., ((of he needed. He lay th6e6 that Hight aR

In...rnin**, 3 lei ...0. .::'..: ah 1 .i s.r or I

pt her si th*: 1 :I.J.- .lli -I 1.1 lue ,them. pli. he li po tion oftllese ofwa~ Ln~j ah g sra at thrwuaof d touixo w io s e
On a~pproahinlig the Isl;a nd sday nionrl is not in dle per~son of the E ecut~iv th p ople had left for fear of t..< i. l... ~-

inq theirfatherfounld hemllolat t~i .l..-J ,,a,>, ,.n..c,, ,, m a nin htw. ..
fi~g~su icaly?...ign. -m na...:r...1 DC '-"i 1. 1 a.
OiLty. It is impossible to conceive their theml a Board of Trustees: cne to asma~ll river 1 here i llt a:-14.
feelings, thus left alone on thle place, with 5-ou seeby the foregoing thant he starts out made by which he cro~ssd: andl ull usas a d
threepersons thus killed lyingr in the,* ?''''''' I -12sniti,~ e 1,i teneee un if "uset haectua neds Im3ou wat
h~ose, one of the .three their in.our government, he any sane ma in it. Itwasadinohrtoheke.Wenhe
without food save such as theyv gatre~lfdl ~e "wn bonl1 tlingi numxithnib de govern- ..:tan .in.. oth.. .J. 1.0. El c.... .she .
in the fields. i of tho ..u ; I .dgesy~ i 11- s : ham.I ..1,l i1 L. .. I1:: )I J1 liI -Al -1 L bII. LL L
Thisisthe second house in this vicinit Sly 0 mpon matled foby the f oui *er na~ mi11d? :ul I.?la out lost allt iheh i
struck w~ith lighltning within two weeks. *:;' L'u 1...~ ~ ~.... .It-t thre State is in the mtoi n o Cas wherey the found t the In-
Since the identity of lightning and electri- The point I 1.1 i. va :.jj:.LI .:ri.u dians oFf th 1guardh seve r havingheard of
eity was discovered by Frashlin, 1...: Err. II,. swnam] I c.j n snlI.r, hm aye and wmnwr ae'
afewsimpleal~es, which all ca.) 1..11.... '".. Iwerel..Jmbbn ..<,1. ..- tl... .1.anye a.han. ioJ.1 .... a.l. e,
i'i~ 1L1. .tu or rl.. a .. .L = l. I C iO Los run.l1 I Lli
when at home, andby which the .Lager, ,her was danger ot th~eirmiplyn h
~of this terrific power may be greatly dlimin- fru without any redress nga rar c1 bb rse n u I
ished. The electricity, with which a this misbhallvior lltheath a then endeavoring ile~!l In. J..r and more level than any
thnnder cloud is surcharged, seers -the t onlw.t rt tthepublic, not that he dij s:. 1. 1, rbh i;ri they had seep until line.
best conductor to the ground, where iB ob- hris purpose in carrying out ha n aonganese lag tene 11slre madnyt wanu trees bare o
tains an equoilibrium. Hence it escapes.ceS oor enicht it e "ohsazy" efforts but a n drseldnt ntesuC
down a tree, if near, or a lightning tod, or Thle duty of the Boar of Trustees, is set iU thehoilseg.'b14. ddl o*.l*1Li:i !u a ,
i I,the absence of these or any higher ob- before threm in plain and precise ln ~uage, ad- thing from that( I.1 9p n ..r r5.. a< .
ject, the cbhiney or other elevated part of m inthg of no dubl oon tructlon, a lt ey are sone nbcr ulb It reea~ lum
the house. Iron being a good conductor, vocable" 1a ,o far a it inela ees to tl. 1.' trees having vermillion fr~uit.1ikre thoseof
onceon he od, t x coveye tothement fund. The idea' that this fund aon be SpaLin, others were gray, differing but
ground Oncer on the house, it descends legislated. out of the hands of these Trustees Ifar better. All the trees the yer round ere
bv he bst sh Mctr, 8oetme uomng .y ,sgr Is 82 t ey sto oomids an

ning across the house onl thle beams or 1 c-e iesbefore coming to the to~p where the Oaci-
the floor. Hence the damage is increased of.,,,,~ ,, .,;:.~ rI,- on and goa :,I. 11st .icl Il sta part of the way lying
by being near the chimney, or thre: walls of charter i.!s.. ..Ii o i .0- tas...oII. 8.11= I runi Il.kly set with great towns
are bePait nhrtrd wifau nonconductor at ,h ndt 1100rdya 06 dintbt rain rL iIlu

thaarl ifrem..#fro th wals f td jr. ndand to hold himn as a t[l....11, r;a. nto.I. us

.Ihbedagcria g~~reall dionishr'd by E<.in-4 '"' re~C"' bld "tha. '' '.. ~the wu Ild tou T;llr(e. J tlly b i ul
Lo the uLOLr iof 163 T00m'l sitting irn aq spe.ial I'.I. .e4 rmII fro* II. 5-:* I I
cahair, with yourteet on another e .sir, svr ha wa irui es a om tb hei lord
raised afoot or more from .the floo: IfI) n~!. ~.lo E e2~ I@ a o, ad~ i- blankets and fish: andof .-crb tc,i
the eectrcily ovesacros thefloo, itaction of the Board of Trusee is in the follow-al h tonito u:t 1
willnotleave forth legsof the chair hin mod LTale adtrn scins af inO' sin bsold ch an d th

anybarm.' Iraftsof air should, also as sembly teeuch Ral~oad Companies. to be companiedby many persons the Caciqle
or as practicable, be avoided. Hence too hereafterchartered, as they may deem proper, came half a league on the road from the
if yoiare in thefield keep plear of the thaes cmllne eit fe sty" siionse of ahi town where he dwelt to receive the Gover-
.trc08. drainage, and the sale and transfer of the alter- nor, and drawing nigh to him schus spoke:
nate sections thus granted shall be in accor- Very high, mighty and renowned master--
---1 ,ane with the pro xsons of this act," pamP- I greet your eqming. So soon as I had
The Weather. 18rpg 9 ,Se notice of you, your power and perfections,
lasT e aButiW a0 msvet soa s a oonirl Rha I iio a ltog va etrd meerritolay flapt -

only tolerable but actually pleasant when doac h sh o panie ishou1 comepo are mu aubjteots, I deternune t casn rint
compared with thestateofthingis elsewhere. constructing their Rtoads, and that the Trustees all that you might do, believing that it
Asano tttdt 1oalcompl int to toe nii hudcml it h rvsos thi aot shud tso eo tua todrao, upo idu
lowing pikhare oflifeinether pikeoes. companies, as might afterwards construct Bail fro0m me'.concealed: exace an evil may well
Roads. be p~ermitted to avoid another greater, that
WVe invite the citizens of arolina, It is true that this act, was at the adjourned good can p~arisMhich I trust must be so;
GOeorgia and-of Florida, to come to the session of the same year, modified, but not to for from so excellent a40prince no: unjust
Ancen Cu, t i sch eaed ers, he eAsta rt of ettheT se tieot h ob motive is to be presumed. IlMy~ability is
would bl faonned by the most rers er. It will be decidedthatwhenever higchar-soml h ri u aogn tyor
brceee and- c0 ~ the~mo -l(ri~ t)er omes in conilice with anyof the existing great;des.ery pg, !Iru if you3 consider not
ojoy. m~ usuiodiprovisionseottie laR, that this actwill govern, my ~ablindant will and humhilihty4 rproffer-

ing you all manner of my services, I shall
merit little in your sigt flub.if this
may in reason b aued, I~ry you receive
i~t and with ithe ed aoutrym on TI :
sure; for I you were lord of the earth with
the same good will would you be received,
served and eyed. The Governor res-
ponded appropriately in a few words which
'satisfied the-chief. 'TI directly fell to
makring each other proffers, using,
muuch courtesy, rl...~ l.i. squ. Io....o bl''x, [.*
go and tkelod,arg; .r. he I,..u .: Ih....
Governor excused hur~self, the better to pre-
serve peace, saying that hie wished to lie in 1
the field; hand because the heat was exces
aive he al..I.!~.1 ri ...'F .p na....; rI .
qluare I I. .. r ... l.. iu
cacique went to his townl and returned with
many Indians singing, wlo wheri thedy had
come to where the Giovernor was .they all

bigt bliude men Th son ye adem
an address yhich as is ais long I inill orall
.give; the substance of in a few words.
Hesai that ino( e much ate

I, u iruld res oresighttcI.r uni;il a
iv.1 uessly ;Lo.I..a. d I~IuI I.) d o tl: H

that wholead 1d.:l whlil-\. r Ltey Ciould ask
.-1 1. Au, wh.:.: outr r r 1... riI.s Ibor hi gr. n
oI.l. I~r I llmae, 1.k 51~ 111.: L.?II~ .1-uir.. .

LL n ((..: [F.= Il .1i IL LhIc (Ea., laG. i
nMan tee aud sof himdyig wat vl' sJI
viniy beingr inuortal; and that having as-
cended into heaven he was there with open
arms to receive' all lrr~s \, uroro unto
lira~ He then du ..t...12 Ifl'l wood to be mado which was placed in to,-
Lbdll.:-c part of the town, declaring to him
that the Christians '.:~...,bips....that iit the
fOrm and memory ..t !I., onwhich
Christ suffered. ~e plaeed b ~i~dif riith
Iris people before it, ori their La .:, w~i..1
the Indians did likewisej and he told them
that fromu enat time thenceforth they should
thus worship the Lord of whom he had
;I..'.L.. to them~ that was in the sklies, askc-
lid s~~foer wbba cover they stood in ned
the chief answer..1 .. L 1.? Is j..urrary, and
said that on the extreme of his territory
there wvas a lake like an estuary that fell
into the Rlio Granlde~ to which he would
s r pbe sons I da ance tobuild a brid e
night of the day us. s...... i0... HI- he slept
at a town of !Casqui, and the next day he
i:-.J in sight of two other towns and ar-

lvll, in no~manner oftimbor thrownaereas
froml tree to tree: on one side of if there be
io. r; l. 1; 1..1, u .x

~ L--b- ~tr --7Lrr CI -

sihhiuo Cnsi and th ci b "-'
he shoixld receive neither injury no loo
if he aitended in peace and des r- ~
friendship, fo as a roth would i .

b tat hue ed oufro th hask .i
the town with all his people. Thr li
G ovrnor want into the to rn,t an 't l

the Ind ians were running. and at a rl
tnown, a quarter of7 ksicu o.. i-layo 01 1:

u~? al1U i .-l .. usL Y L ..
r ar


C0oosICTmEnt.a ]
The Forms, Force and offeet of the
Major Exoommunlestion; its high
But what wasq tIehnjo Pxco~mmunication
(one form of .which we have exismined) in its
ef jlm, unpartisan Lecturer onl History,
Professor W. Smoyt~he of (fambridge Universily,
England, rema~rks of such Excommunication;
"1It is a sentence, of thle hlorrors of which no
one can now have the slightest conception."_
It was to be alone," he says, "hli the midst of

hope L; r I.. I ,. .. ,. .m.. of its ef-
fects,- Conrad, King of the Rtomans, and heir

o. .;I i.. emperor or father one wh e
How inwoven a 1..Ir. I ,.i .o I.u. .~,
of those ages er.. .t r. ,.. 0 ,1... .
I I I. '.. i l..i j I. 1'. .
as peahing i -~s . re,l -
Shuts paradise and opens hell
Anathem of powers dread,

dnd~~ ~ pie tlihn rr rn oltnL o

un J."os is-ccL pql/

are ab least competent Io.:; .. L:t.i
of that penalty in Germnny.

the'b F. u ..t.. c..u in .1-- n 1
" ', fng na n eizedar ion, r.n I.1
be, i. .1? i.. .. sense, outlawued,") vol. 3, p
4541. jerson," says the well knoan
Chancellor ~rosChleim: "was not regarded as a
to: .r .~ .. 1. traces ~pa-
.\ .:.1 i ,,ti~~~ Vol ractice of
; I,. 1!I. r.. a Excoimnmucation in-
flict? -Look at his or~y agn. Hear Ranke, a
v'ndi ee ebem ji7 an aliCn svrig~n, he
Caesar d'Iste 01 ed eco mmunic tends b
greatler censuie, and 1,I. -iai .. ~ ~ .o :-

vice. ol I. png -1 to
Chase says; that arter the general massare of
tenALtbiger .. II U r l :i i tU
lord, bishop, or judge, wl o shadllpare a heritic
shadL forfeit his lan s, property oreofiie.ehHer-
r..I,* i I .. ., I. 1a physician, even

Lhorenz datern udici, hlllutriosrler of" Flor-

inamu an ulzadee to .:n et ~r,-i
attempts -s 1,Ii .. ..r. n,.

L Ii._I -

I., ., ..r. ~I~ ~ ~L' L-~.II
ro I:L l i!i o~ i;ln
r- i~r rti '!
i. .u.< .x I I U tIl

ture to tax Roman priests o I- i C'

plaueto th onwee e Ci-i; u t~ ,I
.r, rieving greatly that they b. e I., c ;;~; ~ o ...p.. .1s I, A i..i.illll~IIl~~~-
r g!l to kill them. Many bl c n ech e sV n cas
d c0anda n ad ayaion an loss ofgoods as the punishm td'of mim ,''~li.rr/dcI 1 p.r~lI ;

w~ho had come a longs time badly clothed, c l~ .[ Ii- r,? aiud it isa rule !'' ..ll. no .rl- +Ill Iio .0 lu IF epr-
i* r: .... .-~ l:m--..ji Of the blbuik- '' '" "~ '' f heetia~..'1..'L~ noL:r :. G plu r li t.u
ets they made mantles and casssocks; some i;,. .
made gowes and lined them with cat skins In onesol 0 I ut Tune 9 1860. to
as they .l~. 1. rh : . BJ~id h( IICl eris hirts I'I! at li ) : '"""" "'''
skips they made very good ploaktsi I.r I. ---.r I Ia ns anceo 1~~_,~~~l~lr~ll~ u.i o Fllp .
water coidd get through them. Thpy s.. s
there targ'ets of raw oos-hide out of vI.. IIL i
:i:.. Lo .3.. rsl...r 1:1 LJ. L..1.r-3 I1 -l and go anm nt

Democratio Appoluttnents. r ....
.i 1..-e; '..1. r iIa .I Pre .3 c. .t r.1 r.. u.r.~~ ,,,;,, ~ III 1C,8,.III 11 in, r....r r.ra
I.biil. saiu~a 11.. pu t n I1.n.; r -I Il Fl i BI~ J~rYw, i.; I ii ..1Q 'Iws elr. d U jr

Codty at Callahan, i Jul 17 i~ilI~i.~ ~' nh naove sale is, postponed until the 1st
co r o, L'Cdres I :t l Iir- Jil.l G" r h abil u sale is postponed uormtal -refirst
Hillsbooro,' Tampa, 1 Th" a.II, 31 .1.~ iI; r~I Pi bove sale .i p slpuD@ Old 1I o1; first

n m l~, "L LLAlmv e, are pug 1 89 fh ol lvlig n a u i.c.:* yjpen"l UniOne firstn

Volusia ( I V1 vlle,(L II (amna ralo et /cr wn lapor n l1.t1: ,, npl manishe firs
Marion, LI L ODala, L II 110ljh most devout Catholic cannot sure- I ,;, l.".~.CIu taD'Ii Lth first
S" Orange Spr. LLt 1_0 LY contemplate anch an exhibitioil of vindlictive" )1.;.* .1 u7 c. s6-.
Put. ona a' tka'ustine 1 nes itouwt a adl dfue reus t for "W's" 11~i!u ar:i. ....4 .n.. nu h is
Duval, "L Jacksu ville, "L 15 convenient and economical and novel formula ,!~~; ~i,. I..,ays cdns 1ntal Ih first
Ctla, Court House, a 16 for sanswringr an opponent, when hp says Monday inDecemberasect.
New River' Stark, 'L" 1; .'-l''? r .. ; L. i:l r-1 las been fenThe above able is postponed ;.ca l Ihe first
a uhu County Gasile obse, a' 'I Il hh i ope unti the: first1 1(mrda n~nayn~
.oumi ... Labex~ it ,, ma .1, uni na/hesnoas wrd .i~ b~r! above sh is postponed until the first

ed~p sneatansouh~lrid, aereues- a 11 a ^v~r sts,nel until the- first
disalealon. ou afrmd Or; ri.r... I'-Ica.,Iuptl Llthe frst

N~w OaLEBus, June 25.--The United 3. Do you pow agree with Baluze, M\arten ~ ,,a, ,d n scr.
Staescirui corttodayd~ide tatand other Cltholie writers, in caln ts t ra ap r.Iteirt
the Mlexican steamers General Hiramon anin oml ftecuc foe N.i~ in July nesi.
and the Marquis of Habapa, recently ,pS.-I 8.. ~ jis .;b se .,, ,3 ..,es ., ,r No hlj~ Er 1 sIlpre uti hei
seized by the United States sloop-of-war references to Baluse a.J~ Man.~d l,l as.>~i ... i Wm. B;lDAISi..
Baratoga near Vera Oms5, are not lawful of yaggw theirr work. we *~II r.. Lbr~ppy L ..g.,, ~.1e~lri. Straris Brs-~rur C. unty.'
p sres to the United States, j dose p~assages in funl. Mare~ sID --L ** *

A' TOCOIon the St. Johlns
ca~i rver ast Fl idn as nopen
luilt antd nearly '1jisel el asi on 1i Eas
pi ofthte St. Johns river six miles above Pio0-
a* t thoger~minus of the St. Johns Edil Road
(nrbre ag on tructAd onoeocln a il pe ve
SSt. Augustine every Thursday for Tolaind re-
turning leave Toaoi every Friday until the
Rail Road it completed. -
Applicants fer board will please apply to
J. W. SNOW, Tocoi Fla.
Dec. 10 1859-



ST.H. Charmbers, Piano Manu ;
(Formerly nubois & Stodort, and Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.)
warOT~OGmngin tie "'Bible House,"
Cer. Sth Street SG 4tll Avenne,
**Thisisareliable placeto purchase. Orde~s
by letter faithfully executed, and perfect uatis-
he Bbip~l 8acirCular, w(Iithdecrjudonof
rtyc an h rcule of prizes. m.

S TVST discharge 8ro Sh dratio frostNew
YoIrk, Choice Goshen uButtr P oisons
Apples, Potatoes, ()YOri ,Yitl s E..:il
th u. 1

PRImiy FlORn.

Say 5-1860.

Indeleble Ink*
Lnac nd Red Ink. Letter, Note, and Sta-

AExtensianDining Ta
'blels &c., B. E. CARR'
June 16.

Looking Glasses*
LARGESize Plated Glass, Ded Ecom Glass,
n~e. &0., E. CAR1E'

75 K6Iegs Pure Thite Lead,
30 do Zink do do
8 Ba rels Lnear entne
10 Boxes Glass,
Pait Br hes &c. B. E. CARE.

Fresh Grocetiess
US ~d'reciedafr supply of Family Gro-
SWITNNEY'S Cagh Stoke.
et 15

Baltimore ProoiSiORnS

For Sale at B. E. CAER'

I?~~~~~~ UI'L,,BB' j

LL the Furniture of 40 Roonis removed
A fromthe~ag.oinolasoseilbo dispoa-
eci of at ow rates to lose.
Consisting of--40 Bedsteads all '-a-J*'*0
Matrasses; (~Hair and moss; [ 150 ri.1-
lows; 40 Bureaus Mlahogany &c., 20 (Dining
Tables assorted; 15 Looking Glasses; 12 lion
t.hairs asorted: Carpeting; Matting, Blankets,
Sheets.Quilts, 8mreads, Crockery, Kitchen Uten-
tlls; and an extensive assortment of all kinds, of
pp enda es required in a large~ H teC DIUST
May. 12-1soo.
May 6-1860.

AMS, Baeon, Pork, Lalrd, Butter, Pota-
Mayo 866.

FFoR BalltilROre,

A eea "w"Assormentof Cboiee Groceris at
TVsarc 28--1860. B. E. CARE

fIlrom Baltimore

61 15bls Lard r00 Psekages,
March 24-1860. B. E. caRE,

D~eES l o O s ~uttr TCh Ase Ca kU s
~rl, 15 on, Pork. &0. U. g. CARR,

Gallon $150. Lamp Wick, Shades, at reduced
risesf all'luid, 8perm OilBSper ACaudles
June 9-1860

;(llOICE Home, dried Beef, mess Beef, mess
J/ dork, smoked Tongues, pickled Tongues,
wnit B~eans, split Peas B .CR,

i-x-- .--- -- ----- ---- -----;------;;r.-~-=~=1~_~--


Tee arble orso omp tieTradoe, by M~ail or
AUSTENE. ,....r ,
93 Ps:~ I .-.., N. Y-
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Mlan-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the NewY York Whole"
sale Druggists, Grocers, Camnphene and Jurnl-
ing Fluid Malnufacturers and Dealers in Lamlps.
N. B.-KEiROSENE is thLe ttradie.

acsol athe caKtonr a a~st US1 t g is
s ridE trode-mark yor other oils.
GOt. 15. Sta
1lai Call at the new Store under thle MR. -

san och a end p e srti 1 1i th Go
cery Ique tind other little Nickr nacks.
. AINA,~t Con Starch, Lomons, Graham
Crackers, Sago, Tapioca, Mlaccaromi, Yeast
Powders, Hops, Soda, Cream Tartar.
Jan. 21. Bl. E. CAEt.

HOTUICE CLAREET, Cider, Ale, Porter,
SLemon Syrup, E~nrpherry Vinegax, iin-
ger Wine, Cherry Brandy. ,ECAR

aOCKING'C Chairs, Burle3aus, Miattroese,
*In B:1 ,Car.1. B. CARR.

n .. H l ic .. I!?l i. II. II LI k

ly RAHAM~ Crackecrs, Indian Corn, Corn
L)( Starch. Far~ina, Oat M~eal, Sago, Tanpioen,
nice mlour, Flax Seed, Sapsago Cheese, lac-
caro m, Vrmicelli, Jamaica Ginge CR.

WOULD respectfully inform his f~iends
and the public generally, thanthe is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him with. He has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
-1 '. u ?.. co. .: such as superior

Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
Ties, &c.
All orders execixtod in the besit style of wori-
mansh~ip, for cash only.


So ki^?Fri -f oi. vee B.E e.
Oct. 15

~LIVES, Capers, Pickles, assorted Catsups,
O fresh English M~ustard, smoked Salmon,
senlsed Salmon, pickled Salmon, M~aohterel, Her-
ring, Gelatine. B. E. CARR.
MUar. *g

SGsOdl Assodement

c. BRlAVo]

THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constant
on hand, and for sale, liqulors of the
Londno gDoc Irn y, vntn e 184 ,
ex31) aiJ ~Vlsirej ,oli M AoG1~l Whis
key, Old Bourbon Whiskiey, Rct. Whishey
American Gin, Pure NT. E. Rumn, Scioedam Aro
matic Shnnpps, Mad~iers WVine, Sherry WYine
Cararet Wines, of the best brands, such as St
Jlen, Coaraa Lons. and Larauoul 11 le_
ton's B3itters, Orgest &, &rc.

Hermetically B~ealed

SSORTED Mienat, Ducks, Tur ; &0 &,C

Skgla pr riety of Toys for the BI I~d yO

BTESOI oscolac suonM'

-808 BroadwayT, New YPork.
After Mlal .1st, 1880 al.B01 BROADWAY two
doors from the St. NVicholnas Hotel,
The Stereoscope is the most instructive, in-
~terestin entertainingn, amusing, -andl exciting
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow-
ledge its worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate eveyryhere.
It presents to your view every part of the

an sh pns a f dti fk ifyuWe fil
Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Afries, An- .; ii ifl;lw h fb.

; ;, nil,l.. .L ~1 :~lb~. :.l
Switzerland, The nhine, Veraailles St. Cloud,
FontainbleauH TuilLerics It, T rry, Ey t
r a he Io aB.Cin I di, gta
1~-. *M... it y,i 1.m6 "It,; -

v. ? nl .T an I;~, W.:mlt oJr iardL up 1

shouldhave in his~nrawinglroon -some of our
exquisit view so rl, :1 l rn .-i r; pa irin
ing ean be mo e f..:..?aus~cg rI one can offer
so graat~at ate I..a of the pictri-
AnthonyJ Instantaneous Stereoscope Views
:i lst i. r1 .. I i.l~ 1 '.I. lii i-r r

i~~iI; ; !? I; r .! i anri ~ iiir

adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is re discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we keecive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Piews of American life and sedhery.
Among other things we have just published

Futn Sret Paye tatigs in wi mn
wll befoniounc~~d inogur atlgu
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will b6i
fonrarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
P ns..i jl *Is I *E ..* **g u- i., $5, $10,

an uhpi t aes as t ey may requestsn b
Views alone, (without instrument) can be
Pa nes vh 0ish 0 be a vsed ofeve thing
serid us their names to place on record, and we
will keer thern -er t-l 11 n~l own expe-nse.
Jlen e1 1.;.?., .-I r.11ra I I.. I gr ,i 15 a most
fascinating and deligh~tful amusement. We are'
prepared to fltout amateltr with- everything
ter estir fo takr uces toe oe e~i he in
I.. .. ,1: .. .1~.- ,. P ....; i .
,' i : 11 ; ~. i .- r ,"
;.~ ~ I ... : ,~. .1: ., ,.I .i.i, .

To P IotegrapE la rs.--First class
saocopi o n atv sw e. ,

M31 3; .

GLD L 0 0K E '



(EsTABLIsune 1854.) .
Anoua tht ..ig ae ra itmprove-
,. u:uld*I*1 J 3 L **- I l. I lr sI
Thre attention of- customers il -respectfully
onlled to the sitbjoined table, the result of a
photometr~ical examination, by Ed'd N, Kent
Esq;, of New Yorki, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,


F UnRAL oess.

sv. A I OO' UI


wn4 war AI[ CURE





ORn rainsE ,

qOW R~NG .

gan ~ ~ ~ ~ WT r qn (o uan omilb

.ORene 8Ery la h a-

Souh Croln a iUn 1P

RFOh k 0 ROW ed R~ED


Errh Gidgnnn detr ~lrho hodL

Dprest ~tacrlrmLs edlsu S spirits d

LOmsnli of Appetite~ 6
13 E. C,

Paininy the Sie land

~cst sal of IS SD081 ;


proldue i oRotund.
~isty OfaORI ina ie-

IsRR OS O r. 18 R R

is e Habiat. ~

iEver v~salid

S 10ud try oene a


863ea :roadianew Yrk

For ads n? t.e Aegale by

April4-160 B.E gciARR.

S EA BLE S c o P la n 8,C m, .. AR ,.

r or ed O oor ocres--asr Iseoanvar, ran
WORTH FROMr $2.00 TO $3.00.
A FTER Two Years' profitable experience, --
ft our present mode of disposing of our Jew- This Company Insures Betalings, 3lerchan-
eiry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction diSe, Shrips, and their Car~goes, in Por~t, Rlouse
given to all who have patronized~our house, we Ilold Furniture, and P'ersonal. Property
tatke pleasure in saying that we now consider geneanvsllynernies~ as r Dense.. hy t;.
our business fairly and permanently established. iilin 't.1i.. u
We wish it nmderstobd that this is No Lottery, ,.' .v**. .. ..4..
but a fair and legitimatasale, in whlich each WM~. JAFFARY, Secretary.
purchaser gets the value of his other money in GEOP. R. AIR~BAN~bIES6
TACHEBD, OR A GOLD LOCKEIT, worth $5 Ag~ent, St. Augustine.
each, which cannot be bought at any retail store June 25,.
for the same price; and in addition to the pur .----
chase, each person receives a Premium otJew- P~w lco s
ess nv q tan Fanditmz3~ weort hr G ~ S
We propose to let a person know what Pre- 50 GHARLOT'fE STREIET.
miumu >.- :ii i. -. .~~r .. I, Any Lady .u, ;.o ...! l.J of this Aucient city and St. Jo ins county
above articles, can first send us their name and most splendid assortment of faill and winter day
address, stating wh~ether they want the P ...1 7. I -;'?t -. 1 w prices for cash or city ae-
an<1Pen, or Locktet, and we will make, I... .r,- .. a ...if nd mnety dayseredit with
selection~and inform thDm by return mailwhat approved~endorsers. Orders from myceounlly
Premium they are entitled to.' They can then Ifriends accompanied with the cash will le
have tes prvilee or sending tor .,- ifth omptl9 a sended to wit on... .ne an ste. -
choose. ton I-- E. : r il, Ithepurchaser,

If o weer anypeson should fel~i..., "I I Irl e -er i -!I iii. rI

1~ e on aevo sfiab Pnt oah aos theul sortment at go 7 0 U.
.1 nl.d pr :ou ..liato.< D... a 0
.L' I ': r.. ..... ....n v iiI~l~LP enehh.l 1 ~....,,.. ii .ar i'
et and Protnium, free, Isimeres, Pilot Cloths, samers, i.;,1 K. Jea .
Forr nullparticulars sonarer a enc ananaen Tweed a pti, usec Ca'iers mu~es Clo
Amon oar Premiumsarearticlessuitablefor I' Bi* 1-'ir-- ri'. 1 .i~. 1s Irragl*F..b ]6,
Ladies and- Gentlemen, such as nees, Makdinaw Blaphets, Negro Kersey, Mecri-
Gentlenien's Gold and Bilver Watch- oahPrints,laidritess a~nad ses kose,o Go a
es, Gld Vst ad Guad Chins. Delains, Gents Merino half Hose, Frenha.
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold English Cambrics, Red and 14'hite~lannels,
Watch K~eys, T. .NELBON,
Gold Shirt Studs---plain and~ with settings: Nv
Gold Scarf dP e-new s yle; Gold Breamst J.EM DO

FOR LADIE:S, 8 selling xeosene~i on l :r- .Ji
We havre old Watches, Florentine, MCosaic, Gold Crushed Sugar 1 -
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins Brownu do. 10 per lb.
and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve Gsteam do.e 31-1- pe b.
Bu tons,P ol e S lds G ,o Rn s. 1e rc- Cfe lsfr 01 1-Ib

cordeons, &c. &a dlI~amt Oin d~ C e 80. erlb.s
Unexceptionable references given whenever me 5
reN. DIn sending your names, write the L.~,.t, Olbi State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid B & ARbR~
letters being miscarried.
109 rss dN I T ( O. EIllo )lljomily ;LC~ c r





S(Flormly H. P DzonBALr,)
m o. YB sa0ERY. New York.
This establishment is sizastories inheighrt, anst
extends 242feet throulght qNo. 05 Christie street,
making it one ofthe
in the United States.
to Tth lenl Tae, fr Cahod Tmle.-
Theilr Stock consists, in part, of
Ilualtogana ,~ s

Also, CaxsP and Woob SEA\T work, Bfl qitali
'a rI 1 1 lr It. LL'i rihua fu nn a,

Jennyv Llud and Tslensioln Post

Tr...r as \is:iimug l:.~h L~ br reota* yCom

.31~ Go.ii Ritided on Titae.m


"Costar's" ~
'LCostar's" aat,Roach,&G.Extermint-
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.

'"o tt'8 Electrie Powder, for In-
sects, &0.
Rasts-Roaches-MIice-M\ole---round M~ice-

'n ~r ,I iu1 [ .. .. ,I

10 Years establishled in New Yorkt Ci 11nse
by ihe the City Post-Office--the Ci ty Prusen
:*'F ".' ii*@- -.. City Sicamers, Ships,
&c !. a de ) Illa .\ h o hls."

SDuggist a n .Retailers everwhere sell

end Townsa.
Dc BEWARE of spurlous imitations.

lors" to

SOZ som av. E. CARElt
Alay 19--1860- 3nr


S$200 OOO,

me o GIIT Rosrava




swaNCII semIno'