St. Augustine examiner

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


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

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RI. AlglStile, Stob.Jons Co.. Fla.,



o~e, fo te fr iston an dee v yi iv
ce Istafor each subsequent insertion.
uPYearl y ve tsers salloe rliited tii to
writing, stating definitely~ the nature of the
Innsines toe aderilld he adv rtisembe
as eharged separately and also any excess of
mUa d 0erieense nt m rd ait thle num-
her of eseirtions required, will be continued
Fe iu odl~nl iel charged for all an-
neanements of Candidates for Oilice, in ad-

Cotro stadvrtsements Paysa adquart I y
persons, payablein advance. Allothers willbe
ro daderea gue when called for' y o
0 ega or u iessu J pr n 10 00
Ahpplicatien ter Letters of Admqinistra-500
otUice to Mbtor and Creditors 7 00
dpplicati8n fo r diismissa as Admissis- 1 0
gr All bills for Job Printing, must be paid
en th. delivery of the work.

Hats & Cas.


sr. 1 Dep eloseecanrrin asa OE
mb~? cess show a n ew Hat it ire
oln iiorst it, and every body must kinow all
about the various kinds of Hats in order to

Mcils Pior erm le uo kead i~mb an ut

and Tip Top, in fact every thinl ever we n
Eom Noah'silq doh~ .to Sn f l i h rmsaja
stray p T. NELSON.

Obeap Good;.

LrD, n

Bl'Ockinridge and eSR8. '
Unfurl the balnners to the air, .
And ranise thle deafening shlout,
1Ye bearded Douglas in hlis air*
And put him to the route;
WebLH heal ti e Union here she bleeds-
And follpw truth where'erit leads,
with BRECKIrIDGoE: and Lair,

Bring out thle emnons-let them blaze
Fro rena wy hiland das e rrA *

l'heitjin the throng-the nation's throng,
Who will not tight in vain*
And swell the chorus of thle song
A jolly oldlsoulis Uncle Sam-
A~jolly old soulis he,
With never a wife, but, strange to tell,

Hs augh orss hirtytree!
. And his strong right arm,
And his daughters so fair to see,-
Have made him the pride,
From far aid wide,
Of the fearless and truly free.
This Unele Sam has a giant frame -
A giant frame has he; .
Ilis pockiets are deep and his purses are
lin a manner most fair to see!

Dy thoky st a dss
On the shores of either sea-
By the surf that breaks
On northern lakes,
And gulf-waves minstrelay'
Inis daughters so fair
Area loyal band-
One great democracy!
Who know their true worth>
Nor kis tele ea th

The buxom Mau~ne, by eastern shore,

Far itl edf~s busy h nd,
Joins with Connecticut to bless
The rocky eastern main.

The giants:r mie" cr o nee ,
With Peymaylvania's iron arms
Clasping the word aronud;
Thle merry maid of Mlarylanld,
And Jersey's peach-like cheek,
With sauoy litle Delawae,
Our gra eupratees sek.
Virginia--motheor of the brav-
The twin Carolinas. fair;
sweet Florida, enwreathed with~ flowrs,
F co gia, with golden hal;but,
Distent with cotton -balu,
The sunny Missiissivyi'- grace,
Kentuckfs' cavern walls;
Lourisiana priesing hard
Thle mouth of Mlississip',
While all the rest delight to take
The sugars from her lip;
Westward, beneath a lone, lone stars

OIhl oad~i eid hme ,all
With chains of gistening gold.
Bold At~kansaa-s- strapping maid,

Wt2 Te e~ss e-a c nter 1gem-
Ohio'r beammg face;
The prairies of fair Illinois,
With Indianaa' plains,
Vie with Rifaconsin's nodding plumes,
On fields ofwaving grains
Coy Mlichigan'ies willingly
In northern lakes' fond grasp,

Fair Mimseaota, youngest
Of the peerless thirty-three,
With Oregon make up the band
Of the fearless and the free, ..
No lovelier band or fajrlrband

ko leistse ho eoro pe ,d good
Earth neveryet hath given,
Prederick the geat was alwa a vely
fond of disputation: but as he generally
terminated his discussion by collaring his
antagonist and kickingr his shins, few of
his guests were disposed to enter into the

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n~~hh~~1U~- ----L .L

Just Received.
HAM.S, Bacon, Pork, Lard, Butter, Pota"
July E-186G. B .CR'
pORTE, Cider, Choice Claret WineCA$c &,
July 28-1860.
No. 1 Mackeral in 1,1 ansd Tubs.
A nho~viie, OlveC, PikI erriysrin
July 28, 1860o B. E. CARR,

IIOICE bunch Raisins, Citron. Currants,
driedD e lssortell Ps80ser sa, Jelly,, Ganger
?luts, Pea Nuts, English Waluilts, Hicktory Nouts
Jan. 21. 1). E. CAR1.

A arge Lot or socking chairs.

June 2 1860.

Rye & 1Buckwheate

:::.:. :V~ s. :

'* -t~

sAaght on the airy.
A certain man fond of tndulg'itg occa.
nionally in drinking-aprees which kept him
fromt hoine for several days at time, much
to his wife's anxiet~y. When, on his return
she would inlquire what had been the mat-
Ster, the invariable reply was, "that he was
bought on thejury and couldn't .get of;"
On one occasion, having gathered his corn
and placed it in a large heap, he, according
to enatom, determined to call iri his neigh.
bors, and have a real corn-shuckingo frolic.
So heFave Ned, afaithfulservan(, a jug,
pad au .:,ral n, to .: t. m onn and gey a ga,
;fI ;~.-TTTT -F.7 ".d usea o.tllr.-i
with his master's itsfrmity, and on his re.
turn kept trying the flavor of his purchase
till the world turned round so fast that he
turned off the mule, and went to sleep.-
Ned reached home about breakfast time,
and entered at the back door with a de'cide-
dly guilty coixtotnance. "~What have you
been at, you black rascal ?" said his master,
Konowig his master's excuse to his wife
when be got on a spree, he determined to
tell the truth if he died for it, and said:
Wiell, massia, to tell the truth, I was kotch
on the jury and couldn't get off."
"'GorNG TO DO'IT."--Never made- a for
tune, built a house, or won a name. "~Go-
iag to do it," hlas been the bane of more
people than would fill a census of a dozen
Ifew Yorks. The man who is always "go-
iag to do it" rarely, ifever, does it. The
onlb thing he des do is to go out of the
worl mtoat ing t. If he has a task
w sic'n must ob done, he at once announces
....ddB1O t~l.l:il .a r,. g great waste
of words, tilrr ii..1 i; thk (h er, he is "go-
ing to doit." And while he thus go-
ingring to do lit," somebody elese who is
not suspected of "going to do it," does it
and reaps the reward.
Hampshire Grazette, of Decemlber22d, 1778
gives~~~~~~ t fioi aedt

International Courtesies.
Ihe following is the correspondence be-4
tween the President and Queen Victoria
relative to the visit of thle Prince of Wales:
To Her Mabjesty/, Queem Victorta:
I have learned from the public journals
~that the Prince of Wales is about to visit
your Majesty's North American dominions.
Should it be the intention of his Royal
Highness to extend his visit to the UnitLd
States, I need not say how happy L. should
be to give him a cordial welcome to Wash-
lugton. You may be well assured that
assinpheru io hIs-cuntry he aill br, grs-st-
ed by Ihe A\m.: people in iR.;h ? min
ner as cannot fail to prove gratifying to
your Majesty. In this they will manifest
their deep sense of your domestic virtues as
Well as $11017 coDvictioas of your merits as a
wise, patriotic and constitutional sovereign.
10117 Majes Osbf mst obedient servant,,

Washington, June 4, 1880,
,BrUcKIeNGIAM PALACE, June 22, 1860.
MyJ Good friend: I have been much
gratified at the feelilgrs which prompted
you to write to me, inviting the Prince of
Wales to come to W~ashington. He in-
tends to return from Canada through th a
JUnited States, and it will give him great
pleasure to hlave an opportunity of testifying
to you in, person that those feelings are
fully reciprocated by him. He will thus I
be able, at thle same time, to mark the re. i
-Pect which hie entertains for the Chief
lagistrate of a great and friendly State
and kindred nation. The Prince of Wales
will drop all royal state on leaving iy
dominions, nod traelunder the name of
Lord Renlfrew, as he has done when travel-
ing on the Continent of Europe.
Tlhe Princee Consort wishes to be kindly
remembered to you
I relrain ever, you: good friend


South. The State of North Car~olina--the
'(Old North State," and twin sister of
South Carolina-is entitled to the honor,
It was Julingr theo gubernatorial adminis-
tration of time notorious G~overnor Tryou,
tbe tEnglislf t governor at lhe time, who
bi one of ah most splni p lces in
either North or South America, at New-
born, N. C., with the proceeds of taxes
imposed upon the people for the purpose,
and toresist which taxation a portion of
them rebelled, just as9 did the men of Mas
suchusetts afterwards. It took plaeo in
the year 1771, and is narrated by Mr.
i\Theeler in his History of North Carolina.
SOn the 16th of Mlay, in that year, a bat-
Stle was foulght, between thle American and
British forces on the bankts of thle Alam
ance river, in what. is known now as tre
county of that name, called the battle of
Alamance. The American formes were
called the "regulators," from their efforts
in endeavoringr to bring about an equitable
regulation of taxes and other oppressive
matters. The American forces arnountect
to two thousand, and were headed by three
men named Busbands, H~unter, and But-
ler; while the British forces, incinding mili
tia called out by Tfryon, amounted to up
wards of eleven hundred, but had the ad
vaontgegreatlyi n rms and didolpline. As
might have been c p-.ted, the Americans
were defeated, after an nation of two hours,
with a pas of twenty deaid and several
wounded, wbile that of the Sooyal forces, in
kiled, wound 4,eand ndeising, was. abxy-

"LThus ended the battle' of Alamance.
Thus and here wnasthe first blood spilled
in these United States in resistance to ex-
actions of English rulers and oppressions
by the English government. The great
Wolf of South Carolina showed his blood-
thirsty temper by acts of revenge, cruelry,
and barbarity. He hung Captain Tew the
next day, without trial, on a tree.
It was in this case, as Bryasnt. trly says
in one of his Ipoems-
"F~or Preedom's battle once begun'
BecEueathledifrom b-leedipgsire to~son"
Through sometimes, lost, isaevy wpn,"
ai Am~-ong those who have engaged;
rooms at Newport are Stephen A. D~ouglas,

Cro la; Erasatu Copg, of lb ny; Ph
Mayor Igavemeyer, of New York; Mayor
qemipg .of HIartford, and others.

The Pers~an Fevey Rp'tl.
For the prevention and cure of Pever an
Aoand Biilts Fevis kn i d Yoetrful r -
sent proprietorsby afrield who has been aLgreat
traveler in Persia and .the Holy Land.
po l dgein down th ove Eu a t Ire e
onnd sco~v ag ai condition one af the Blo t

th--... I or.:rdul-. a Ip e r l- i r; vl..
al ay pf uitn $fecln d r~c fro all
Io.irn nat. ~rtsc I,,. nI PLI.I) r Pl
ar..d Issar .. r Ly il;.r .0 rh II

fr~omhlimthesecret. of its preparation, and as-
certained where the medicinal herbs were found,
r w cis wa rciomepounded Thl wonderful
lief in the minds of the natives in the miracu-
lous hea ig powents of thePi Pr es s.sentid
with the happiest en'ect by several Ladies and
Gentlemen ofu~ hi1 isaacerwho hiee gvn
having been a specific in Persia for hundreds of
gers aothe peventi x and cure ofo Fe
to the American people*
dt il c shersue oy rei orpd with full
Principal Depot and Marnufactory, 188 Ma~in
St. Richlmozd, Va. Branch Office, B~anki of Com-
merce Bluilding, New Y3k N AV X& CO.
July 14 1860. ]Y.
(E e following sng ment spen lor its el-
caught and sealed say hasnds and personvry
torr ywas nb dmbln. ots osan awf si hlte
*' The M~ustang Liniment appeared
Io ne trat tite apamn almost immeitel. It
Charles Poster, 420 Broad Street, Philadelphia."
it s truy .wonderfulnrlicl. It wrilloure ny
cassU ufswel ang, B rn* ,IS eff .T nt E13up in
be dispensed with. One Dollar s worth of MIus-
anng .as fierquently saveod a valuabled horse.-

LANES 1au 1 Gpr r ors, New Y'ork.
June 1J 186'. In *

Hit attention of Parents and Gu rdians i
respectfully called to the advantage> of-
fered by this Institution. The Prmncia's am
Caoi nl theirsir I ha e be en el~ecuad
w tl great care sTir lsia teanfa oten is a
College, and their French teacher has been care-
fully prepared in Pwai, France. This Insti-
\%;:f,; ismdoendsd afte the biisur d&ad mie
is added, thus alfording thorough educational
orse ThelsoedLon is cqual to any in point
ferrne: For every expense except clothling,
1'200 per school year of ten months. A~ppli-
oatils for tir half year eommlleneing in June,
~mj, Mi. JENKINUS, IFrincipals.
Jue21Capt. A. COWVARD. 7. I

urenced the com I ani courtier, anee g
lately in the garden at Yersailles showing
the Queen some electrical experiments, she
ashmi hiex an f it of raillery, he d;I n t

served for stealing fire from Heaven ?-
"YPes, please your Maje~st~y, replied Frank-
lin, with infinite Halantry "Lif I did not
behold a pair of eyes this moment which
have stolen infinitely more fire from Jove
than ever I did, pass unpunished, theirgh
they do more mischief in a week than I
have done la all my experiments.

Tribune expresses the opinion that young
women in th~is country marry more reckless
than anywhere else. Is there a village of
fifty houses in the land whereino a plausible,
well-dressed adventurer, of whom nobody
knows anything osn not marry a girl of
spotless character, after a residence of six
treeks ? Suph laurriagres--in fact, all mar-
ringes not based upon intimate hilowledge
audi~proound esteem, as well as fervent
love--are somewhast more reputable than
whou~ is called "Free Love," and scarcely
one wrhitless culpable of peril,

The inducements for cultivating tife grape,
asiide froml the exhaustless demand for the
article, are increased by th~e.fact that a
vineyard, once established, is a permanent
thing. Its productiveness is enhaiced
wih age and the aund edth ear T~its

Thus gneration after generation of one
family may live and prosper upon a few
acres of vine growing region. A peach
orchard, if we are not in error in our read.
ing, will not profitably bear more thari six
or seven years, (at any rate it is so in sev-
eral of the Atlantic States) at the expira-
tion of which time thre trees must be dug
up in order to convert thle land to another
purpose, it being then unfit for any more
peach gRrowingr.
Another adpantage in vine-growing is
that there it a greatreconomy ofspace
In every vacant corner, in every ply nook,
all aloog the f68068, by the side of the
house or outhouses, trailing on thle porches

adeosn th &Dy, n aB tosn d e

may grow and flourish.-- Cank ornia Dem~o.

which amoouoted to a very: handsome inde-

WAY UP TO "'SINIE LIE."-11 R T036-
ern State, one of the political parties haf
for twenty years been in the habit of hold-
ing their nominating conventions as ~the
house of Mr. G--. He happened on a
recentoecasion, for the fist time, to be in
when they had finished their business, and
heard a little delegate move that a this
Convention adjourn sue die."
"$ine die!" said SIr. G--to a person
Jtandingnear, "where's that?"
'LbI thatly 8\pay in $110 northern part
of the estruty," said his neighbor.`
"Hold on, if you please, M~r. Chairman,"'
said the landlord, with great emphasis and
earnestness, "hold on; I'd like to be heard!
on that question. I have kept -a public
house now for more than twenty years.
lam poor man. T hav~e always belonged.
to the party, and never split in my life.
This is the most central location -in the.
county, and it's where we've always mler.
L've never had or asked for an oilice, and
have worked day and night for the party,
and now I thlink, sir, it is contemnptible to
goto adjornm this Convention woay dip to
sine die,7"

Noah planted tha first vine and retired,
Satan approached.aud. said, I will nour-
ish- you, charmingr plant." He quickly
bruqto to eanistss--a sheep H lon and

near the vine. The virtnes of the blood of
these three animals penetrated is and are
still manifepted in its growth. When a
man drinks one goblet he is thenagreeable
gentle and friendly. That is the nature
of the lamb6. When he drinks two, he as
like lion, and says, L'Whois like~me?"
and talks of stupendous things. Whea.
le drinks more, hlis senses forsake him,.
nd at length he wallowis in the' mad..
Needit be said he resembles the hog?

Dr. Croly asserts, OD good amphoi~it ,ith
there are in London 16,000 children train-
ed to crime, 150000 meo sltvn b

Om00 rne eiv~eorsof sto en gods andl50,00
met aD woe, sbbesto oby oter d

2,0 beggrars
















Jan. 7 '

E. M.IIEDDOUGHI, at thle old stand of Du-
Spont, corner of Treasury Lane announces
t e receipt of a fine assortment of Spring and
Srm Goods selected esec (kyie n rt lne
le offered for cashl at very low prices. The as-
dor ment is well worthIIy an examination and id
thbe a pleasure to show the goods. Call an

Pne Family Groceries,FPreshand daily received.
Mayss 21, J. E. MEDDOUG(H.


TAB on band every leading Brand of the day
hlimabn calland examineier yourselvres

F~LOU;R, EXTRA FA'MILY ~ arena againsthim. One dayp he was more
F"LOONRIN SAC(?I thanusuall dipsid he io trou t vud

Ynurc <"?-1860 .E.CR'. ture to give his opinion on some particular

BBI.ACKND) GIREEN TEA' ,pioon beo a soeig e h has sc
, UST Received a lot of Choice Black, Old strong eonvictions, and who-wears such
June ~,n ngia do 1er supwj C thick booted" was the reply



B0. .41

'Force of Imagination.r
A peasant saw his dog attacedin iy a
strange and very fEerocious mastiff. Hie
tried to separate the animals, and received`
a bite from his, which insunsly
ran off through the fields The wound
was healed In a few days; but theilog was
not to be found, and the peasant, after some
time, began to~ feet symptomss: of nervous
saitation. HQ coneeived that the dog,
from diastppearnog, wos'mad, aind wiithin a
day~r twPo after this ideshs'gh struck him,
behican id.i laiyniplons of hydrophv.
bla. Tb~~~heydtrdr ro e-l nniolenti-t b
raved 3n.] had -e lld Ph eidCensofrlhd vi~l.
lent distemper.. As he was lying, with the
door open to letin the last air tha3t he -was
Ibout tobreathe, he heard his dog bhrk.
The animal ran up to his bedside, liked
his hand, and frolicked! about the roomn. It
was clear that he, at least, was in perfect
health. The peasant's mind as -relievred
at the instant; he got up wilth reneweda
strength, dressed himself> lnlnged his head
iato basin of water, and, thus refreshed,
walked into the room to his astonished fami-

Allii The f -lljedup .. i~i.:rst in- the- life
of the late G: P. IC. James is related on the
credit of'"one of hris oldest and most inti-
mate literary friends."
"W'Shen Mr. Jamlles was a young man his
conlsin was about to mlarry the daughter of
an einineqc Ilawyer of the time, and the title-
deeds of this gentleman's entailed property
were, at the request of the father of the
young lady, submitted to his examination.
The keenlaswyerdiscovered that the parents
of the gentleman, althougli moving in the
best society of London, had never been
married. M~r. James was made acquainted
with this awkwrard fact, and at thle same
time informed that he himself was the beir-
at-law. The match was about to be broken
off and muc' d stress occasioned on every
side, when Mr. James, having quietly takes

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iti d ...1l re. ani-t ( 1, ~I irn fcur, h .ali smoc..u:ftepp nt muslnF piecen enlerld **Old Pos" was well
e c. r.a seni-r 11 ..a.:c ned ten ise t Chrasrian Bro h.r-' Aca~djrmy, ati se ve tsranl or' rh a tudents; J. Coffey
.i:l :l,~ .;lj In plll ,,~l~l; ri* l pcne on the 24th, arid cr..J~... on Ihe gav.- us air speciimen of hiscoian
l,;.,,. .-r:o II. d. han l l1 i.. .25th ult.;:lthe exercise c.:...num~ing at.: m..minu powers much to the hilarity ofthe
recipitated ..a. ..r al :~. I p r.. us..; I- us *l and io e n.1a. j 0 m. of each day. co pa 2ease o otd o Itheol t emi
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Fere in imlminent danger, an~d would soon well dressed and highly respectable audi m"P sha tised wit~h youf were leiber on Is
II wk 1..]tl., r n .j n 1 ece -.Th I~ll wad n..r bE ~any. means counatenace a tgeh with ho"wr eisbl o iss
.. e:- ...n aq, 11 lage nouh t acomnodae de cnti- igs he bestowed the well merited prmi-
i,.~ ~ ~ ~ nal,.~ ~ .i,.;l.i~ j,~,~ j ;-~influx of thee mul~titud~e, and manl --:age tied thatoiCiffo'Irdsh B iTp .
I ,i~ eli..,.ll .:.bserrv were forcedfo remain on the balcony, and Cof~fy Brid:;r, II, Douglass and Louis
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one to wr~ite .... ....:1,..1 item for the E i.o l .i 1..1 .11.1 th o r lur lIac edr me J.ri th ; ime tw-o Js ys
1-'.11~;li fl..I **het]..l..t ,< .l....]. ris.. stage which had of examination) carried off quite a nash-
The above is chiipped froml thle Easrt I,,,. *l *I1....-. s I. i;.Jse previous by the her'd ii tes > I.eef ell asrired thiat the
Flor-idian, sHowingr that thje shore at Fer- y oungr Ladies of St. MatryksAcademy. The Rt. Rev. Bishop expressed thle sentimnents
'"'^l~ ". 's il of the coasl of the At- vt BcV'shop ,-.ulco~ nb, : ts, r- ~~t.l ,=l""), rluruno e ,au
lanreis angrou fr bthes. lon \ance and.Mir. W. Halinett entered as the in,-;; l~n-n rlj pr..<,, which ibs.Ir sal
considerable' portion of the sea coast, the .students had takenl their appointed placs. ,,,, nF8.aE**1 II to ll rObflD b. pear, yea
surf com1esi rollingfin with such force and IThent. Rev.:. B' ishop wls graciouslyge 1' Justly deserved.IrYI
elevatishi as to prevent resijtance, except by the experienced and thei most v igo~rous *
In addition to this,anodpartly in consequence t...l l.. 1 :q. r.l: ~ J.-i war rip~ ~ n
9f it, the returning wilve iJ so strpng, as to 111.4 .:< Fli.l m..o tlU.i k.... Fr rI~ls.i .;l he -'i ..
carll --s.j,ro..., t.. f .reit. Whil ibreach- and rias mubbhh P/.ld.. i m it dearT I. heou hue E`te.K~s~i i rk .I.)
is L;9lismoomsug .Lrt', it passes, under it, Ttieafolloited n..l~.-r-in arawness il on n
sl.. nIowno as toe und r tow, spo ien ed wlithous nt h-ut:lj;.a I.: IIJL*L *la.. ..o r EIDH *Fr..r.s) s
in the .above article. Th iiclyo luet, howting .ilr;l Ih- iiire qli.;l..n ~ tl l
maintaining yourself whenoup toY~P vournec 5,,,,pr.. .; Ind it- up~ils in ,-a-r di ovi er our you..: an d yl;presp..r Slrlr. Rail
in water, with a swPelling wamVe sweeping Ltmar l~ r.rl .. c II F i. Iian a Lsci~i Per ..! T. heII pri ci paltopic a convPenatidon
the upper portionl of the body ashor ,and a n; .I ~1 'l'P 'l li.;1C 1,[.. .. the m..r i\.eIp...remr Crues the L
powerful underto ca~rrying the lower part i"'r'l. 4crr; we r..x rjl.: 11II i:IL Al I t: ~ .;ut-Lsm a. llJ l.J f~Il~r~ ~Ir..n o:l Iar
ous to sea, caln be Easily imagined. Hence I:t r..r so.) 13 Tlil,, in a.~I;,1. ;t ws ~dis ..,1-1! .8lw-hi enioe
the danger and great loss of life fromnbath~-', id ..i i it 5.......[:l..] Iup~ c .llc. now; and another hin coat..rupbton fan
ing in the surf, along a great .part of the oudote prrit a. .. Jack 11lle
atlantic conlst From the above ar~ticle, it ofne of h Cmu naents1Ctf~ C8Pe IY aS l eeioisdce toaomni
will be seen, that the shore at Fer~nandina p .' C0 "' cation in the but Juacksville S'andarl~
fonius no exception to the general" danger. ( ,,. 3., .. n. ..'. 1. over the signaltureof '',PROGRESS;' also
At St. Augusti ne on :1. ~ ..:u n y Ploll ng- .. t J.: ~. ... ..J .s II. i ...~: I co. L '-..p r
the north shopre, for a conc! ... ....,r. Ill i,. tell-ti td se rd sa e. The e m niato on th tl tdjonu.:" an ineDstp~e~~~
runs at thle distance out of a quarter of a w~~eas followed~ g by a .'...n -. f~stu shousau I ftit; showing t e iifot e jof uai Rilpadui
mile or so, a bar or sand bilnk, whlich years aag- .., i ,.i::r vare then ex communication, btetwoo Jalck;sourviille: a
greatly diminishes the forea .of the in..igI, amind t. Jl,.l I*** <* ph a" d Arith-tehado nin ievi hsC
coming wave, and entirely prevents every uletw\. tfcshalll not enter inl detaiscn r.. Whend we gedia heefeitiesr,v thes plat r
things: lik-e an undlertow. It furnishles n e.rmng mnolc~l't of tj.l i2 Jy.r.I r..l?; l ofhen Ste wlth isen fltheir, ch pildrn erj
long basin, as it were, over: Which ib-: Ijrr I~r.n. r 1..J. wi... ther~ .....: Ils as to be edicated and. ill search: of hlealtld
continuesto roll, in which~ bl can sport : .p. rn. I,''~' or'In for: themselves. We have the nest: schools h the Statn
oft grenatlusu a em t sl p rfe t free l an ..l un e te C0e at" w rs Ic e ey a ne

prepared thlis,as an aIddition- to her other the a...i,...;.. wer,.n bound hancd ande raciti~s Bareracks an p1.1.ary th S.Jen
provisions for mlakting this place one of the lt. t-. La ., born hsglyae,, ,,;,, ,,,[,,,g
most agreeable: andl healthy reso~ts for sum- ~Over whuo, ,a ioment Lbefre, he tried to .l....,, ar *,, 2 t a ..egi, 1.'-rt1...,s
ineq as well as writiser. 170e would call the Lord it. Desrcriptive Geogra~phy was then i, i by-rene rl ys L.t uj .>1.. wi.lL -.ud
attention of all those seeking a desirable Iinltruodued; thle poxptors iew over i*..1...r.. n. ..]..trmi de
Smillnecr residence to this fact, as surf btth- niaps wint tl,-~ 1~ ..r 1 I..j e. t .,,,. ,,u as1 .lr~_. Il,r .1. we
mgd, during thle warlm sealsonr, is nlot only n Asia, Africa, 1''.I ** I.. cJntinent to tog~ethar, atnd cery as- our eighborure
great luxury, but mIost conducive to health. ontlinent, fromn ocean to o~ealn, and from ,.. aara,. .hrci
ned ofosiution. H~e l..nuilr .r ,....3 r ... ._.. .:...i-ts t ..p it is.- 4

the interior for aehan d~e durli;,ga!few weeks pl 1 Thud foloe a :1 I'a s~l 1~ ri.,l R tt. ..Js~
or mionthls every siumlmer to visit th.e Aur- sung by a select hand of the stildents, no- ,~r ll 1,1 111~. 6II worn a:
decnt City, They mal~y "o fu.rth~er and," companied by 31aster ,0'. Rotbarer on the *~ ***~,,, 11.r~~~ p frillt ~1;-. 1e ran
we thlinkl, *filrp wo~rse." Come and tryit. violin. After tl., i.. s....;'u ...n PI~,:1 ~ ,r. I sli.k-lll.: ..1 ....1 Eljr Us usi
----~t -a~l I..:.. pl. -, C..aln~m., 1II .1J..sH-r0usa.ce. aeu
Enlargem-ent of the Magnolia. nlua orou~ Diait:~ .II. ~ now~~ is:1ated lands valu. ble and settle
CoL. BUIFFINCIOrosi s rapidly advancing ihgo S.1wsl lnes*T
\ptlhsadto oth i Iip~ Iltol Coffey, J; Yolana, anid J: Bauyaj: thisSir ,uantity of Illland I.i., r...urc- rld L~rlll lol
"i isaddtin t tispophr1 tl.ItRobert a U. -4. on.~~. I, 'but really good mlarkiet is very great and of let rate q ~ity.
will add mnuch to its appearance and com- hearted fellow always on the lookout furau Thubecr of best quality and in abou.d Ile.
anodiousness. TLus enlargement is to be a nrgument, was audmirably .taken off by J. Some, will thiik this pe-yest ij ano st....:
thlree stories ini eight, ... l .I..a. t~'be- Coffey,~ who, we ay :remark, wals quite a idea; but lot tbo wise andi thinking publ;.
sides lodging~rooms, alandiesdrawving room, strr'.....l. .'I .i.. ...l' .1 p tarilance. **ponderand reflest" upon it, and IIcyJ rrl
d fi fe <:rs.. 1, ..1.... 0 d L..l~= tor-see the good effects that are bound to aris
a ...l. s.. o.... rorom, asd the a ~ce; der, a.r.i. ii..- r... 2.,.2 ..1i m nariner from this great and ar.-= -1 walertkin
all spacious nodairy, surrounded by wide inlwhich he responded to thle numerous The distinee from Ju..L;,wsde. .,U..
piazzas. q*:estions put to Ilum, show thalt he has put head of Indian River, is from. 100i I.. 11.
of e re r M un de toe .superinteodeno iOetlct tio bp se darn th on li mikes and is the besthinnd of cur I:
hre has the gift of making others laughrl, Citr and Jackson~ille are of the best qlual
most sktilful andl prompt builders, mhich without similing himself. Ou the~ second it~r, and so on, along the whole projectel
will ensure thle workt to be well done, ndday questions were given in Arithmetic; route. .A better chaneefor capit listtw.r
finished at the time agreed~ upon. Onr the (: 11., I:. 1,;:., e.;.i. .1 ..3J. neveroffed. Let them buy lands ari
opening: of the full business the numerous n 1.u -grants and have this Road built, and theil
guests of this liotel will findl pleasant and passed amoing the audiuece, their pelicils fortunes are made. "Keep the ball in ino
-moved ever the slaltes \rith~ ,al..;i.;s I.n tion," and let' P!rogress" be in tha mouth
well furnished alinitments ready for theml. ;.;.3 .3-.o~ n. ,, .: .:~i. II,. ..,an. ; '- of all kho kow thed good that must inevit
Should the crowd qf vlits itol palthat of 1. c 0, th?~ e ... t..I I ..~ I tu.:-:..... i..uad ablyresult from such a Road. guccess t
last winter, there are yet wantingr several *.L'.?.''i- ** \ .El.,,.,.. n .j l ,of the projetors ofthiS all important enter
large public houses for their accommlodas- u....0.. ,h eo.-s rz.D
tion, besides numerous privacte boar~ding .L 1~I~I I-.,:; p on:wa aer~o Erp.
houses. St. Augurstine is becoming mlorel m ch alppi uleld each tJulte by the audienes A fearful massacre of Christians. hai
and muore the thevred resort of visitors. Klho wee sur~prise~d to see so suniil a cidtknpaea aacs iehnr
Thosel who aen trie ito hlt ofo a inter a dro vso i ute no intm nt.aedd wa Christians were killed, including the Dritct
rarly ontnt o sop hor ofit.. is still more astoqishing, we -havre heard Consul.: The American Consul was wound
LBaxar or. CONGREss.---The library thathle has had bIjtsthree months practicee: ed.
of ongesswa fist staliheddurng heif he cultivate his talent, for me ~ie ba userl Baox NAPLEB.-a .CODlillt had lei
administration of Jeffers~n, at his sug~:' Acertainly a qi edpvr ya -P.Poi u.ra pld .Iee h Ip adpoly
tion and by his exertions. Ita rt eto, yMsee.F~c~ rse iywhich several were killed. The ministr
tained about 2,500 volums, and was destoy.wh y the wayis some:...g l"y a Ill' :hdbe imseadanwcbn
ed by fire when the British burned the lifidfgy; we were aistonished to see ofe sol formed. The fearmeir map~tcur~ of poliec
Calpital it.114. In thesame ,ur al....:.l!i q ,... 0_ Lhe I-ini l ar g Blil' hall b~ee mislad A pro,~lwclniron by
tion was introduced irito C:... s t r ri P .dp bo Gairihaldi as stan the II~.urbjus, nnd iu
purchae Mlr. Jefferson's prionu Intrr.r EI UI rh @ 1 f r iof Via or Emanu.1, b...l been dielrrbu
which wase passed, the books t...ughti so..i -p..II r~lrull tru~ : A B. 0, els J.
brought to Waushington, and Ibs- L.tE.j)fl
of Congress again plrganised T`il.I.,e.1~ 3 -..l.b. ''t us I\.'-nt" .e on i"rl Fnrtan;a p~repring f:.r n powe~rful inter
ablea 31 < bu -*,1, r..u uu..E.. t** l.udl a.pprri l byth.:r ~ldWsudiene. fl1 v ionij in Syr; -
Lu-- hter y L.:ir aid 1851 55,000 ovation can le quite apropos, as our country The Neapolitan Ministry have swith:

carg fio. .d :jll~l II. weiB -e rena~t oout t,'o ch th ra lon d wake dci ie mauoto eforice th dad
This accidelit flinhlly resulted iti the roomorgalycpoe:wata hiono^h rp tdeedtiui..
being made perfectly firecproof, by construe- rhode taoe t~u lheaerd ah~dbe inpu e Ofiina dates to June 7th1 have. lien ro
ting the aleaees and shelves of crit iron. condu from the lips of that child for he ceived. Hostilities wreye about 4,0 com
So 0 bfe.ti~ u tl aopoproprnian at is but a child both in age and h ture n u nee. It wa(s ruinored thd 12 000 Rua
purchase of book~s. This fund .as judi-Th iYneein rae,-a1 hb sawremchnonPkn
piously laid out, and an o st excellent calloc- farce mail humon~raly performed by~ Dlaster Tiie barsi d spatuchs .flory .8kiily r.ten
tion madeof standard and rare works. The Charles Brush, and HI.- Bridier. Natural. Lbar he parrust G.iilwali ahiuZuiciis to
library now containsabout 65,000 volitmes; Philoophy was well explained by the sta-: inte-ntion to newsd 8.edyl to Crrdina -
txlcicof a10a spnu ber olf papnesp;" dents, several experimentai wer; perr:1,rm The in.raisee of Chnruihonvin Sydasuhnd
the annual appropriation to the libry iiiiteli riewandabertiful instrumenre broug~hr extended to nealr eight tholuand. }More
$5,000 for miscellanetia, and. (2,00 o f om France for. the use~ cf our rhhiholi1 than one hundred vIillaIges~ had been de
law books. co':ools by the lit. Rev. Hishop. IThe icorn- atroyed.

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~~i~8 Mr. Breakinridgatne Letter of AcceP-
r We give the following from the N. Y.
Day Book,as an.ezample of the manner'
.inwhich this frank and statesmanlike docu-
lietis received by the country. WVe
would oommnend allto read the letter if they
ST. AUGUST INE, FLORID)A, have not done so.d
SA IrmaOYAY AtlGUST 4;IGD 186 e publish in aillr 'l..s ..1.2.. ofto-
------------- -__ days paper the o equentud neadmirablee Iet
Sir Jarms Boa~r mEs., of Palatkia, Fia. is nominutioilof the riirtiinil demooey for )
didly authoris te sat as Agenlt for the dr. tl.. presidency. We. ........ IIsaiy a wordl f
Anan-senseExasrae-ra r.1 ll re.... esub- in favor Of th~is me.I? r..] patriotic
I-rllcOLs, make C..lisonrrlj. I*:I r e.:q..! ( .' t pr.:.elani;on; ithem. the im;r oft~he true
samer-.-. I `^- na,-td, aid, hklrs th.. sounl of the
--- i~-------trumpete it s1il a l'.ul.i the Slum.
Nat~coliemonal~motai 7%ominst one. berilng 10.1ll.0 .. j i., 21......1.I; dang~ersi
ow thrr lreate ag I l... p -.. ... e. '0 toiutry, I
FOR PESID-.NTand summon the gallant democracyr to the
r; "FO PRBID.NI',resono of the Constitution and the Union,

clialru cxara th thougaloyagifqt
or HFrU(I1o : :Ihal~mpion of democracy meets the~ great
----w. ss1xe before the country with the milJ
FORM~ VICE PRESIDENf' I fianknessof the true democrat anwl patriot,
while, with the inexorable and unpitying
en.; Joseph I.anre, ". I',1,, L'YII '",; ,,~jl~ ,.";,ll Ci

DEMOCR.4Tit ItioM LtlTIO t an.1 sh nobre al brU blta Ior.:s H...t 011 1: "

: FUR GOVER24GIR: rariks of assi .1, .., ,::L, as the only tenable
JOHN iiL''ON; grbound~ er i- 1.m..l u.1 faithless followers
JOHNftL MILTO < rearismn."
oF JACKSON COUNTY. g ow~ YorkF for Breekinridge and Tale.
Thle Troy Bu1dgct has taken down the
FO(R CONGPrERS.. ... ]ables Douglas and Johrnson,. and hoisted
those of BrEeklinridg~e knd Lane.
Rt ~. R ILfTONI 'Th**=><*,gt~ Co.l rneson publishes
he nmae nd lcatin <. .. influential
OF LEON09UNTY I il. papers in New York Qtate, that
(:uryaib ll aperare supporting Breekioridge and Lane. It
adds this important item of ititelligecnce,
which I r. i ~r'?**1:
Des ring Is.l....rntate all in our poner Thre tr2~ity .Courier, the qrgan of
to the success of the d.-,.ns.. on nomineeS, the democratic party ie Jgantral Neve York,
blih Staite and federal, we propose ~to issue has talce edown.5e. Douglas and Johnson
the Examiner for the Camp~aig~n commkon- Iticket, and runfup that of Breckinridge and
ing ske 4th of August tillnfter the elee~tjoon Lan;. .It.isysaid that other papers in the
to all new` rouscribers for ffty cenia, As State will soon follow the example,
we do this Irerely from our interest, in the
sursseof =u us.uls : n3vite. a.) BECI'TNnRIGE AND CLAY.-The res-

c.rals w;il as 1. rdt shat..t Ilh... llr.rr. rL ; vasit as follows:
theecanvas, by obtainingr n.J -....Lu 1, if)Ijor Breckinrlidge, I coicgratulate
the naniesof untlerous sublla.1.1.0 I... II. lu of udr worthy to le< ~esent, Mac po
'campaigri. Less the1 this they oea not do. have been thle chief objects l0f say uambi-
Wle will say further, that if there are anyv ion, an~d the most precious rewa~rds of my
tsrle BREcruERIDGE and IAANE 000 in file lonlg and 181)011011 life;" and thenl, d Op*
city or outof it, who are unable to pay .for ping~b ies edto the minide~r tmie of afface
thi cmpign ppe, i teywill leave t lnm.Never forget you nre a en-
tht ir names at the oflicer we willsond themn n.~.~ ed:-:. ,,1,o 4.


Rail ROad ki Indian River.
Wre cdll attention to the commucu.:~,u.o
f "DrEoo" another column. Olib. orest ~
.dvantage of thief road to the proline d rvar-
mini, and also to this place, arid tc. iEury
wmner of4 rood of land along its pa -.'l.lloJ
ine, no informed person canl for a moment
loubt. Were this impr~ovement made,
here hia lo portion of ti~e 'whold a r ,,
which would: develop jtintoa incre i;.Ily ~
productive region, than the entire country

p'iswmillibe obvious to dny one acqluninte~d
grith the general chnartbiettof the: doinflrf,
logether fith: 1... isr. rr s J

:b.,,,at and-Si Ir :w c ... sh. I. th pr..[..i...
....r~J will pass, Iuter. .. n : .~.rn.sou qi II,
climate. '
SA few wFeekrs since 6i 1.111: ..- ta-.... to
notice the climate anld .I..4.2.' l;- uste
I.:-gia., gehberally kidnn; as thle udtian river
c;n .ce,,, and of its ...i1.~1 .=:... to the cul,
tiire u uofshotorthe tropilel fruits.. The late
Dr. Perine, whose death was a great
Iossto l;I..rin jj well its to the~ country,
ddmotiqirited .practea~iy that thql aisil, p,. .r.. the other w ist !?l.L~l, I produ~..
of Mexico, Could bornisel u~rb r~.:tI .:<,4,
about Jupiter Inlet and the Fl~.un~ Helre
is a section of our~ownl country, ~adapted tc
tile growns of all til most valubes w~s
India anld Mexican productP,; .nth a climat
unsurpalssed f.i r Ilubur.,1 II. anlypart of til
world. 11... ru~I :- 1; some such~ outlet fo
its agricultural and hlorticultural wealth a
the proposed nail Rload, to be at once oc
cupied and become a sohree of vanc wealt1
to the state and nation. It is capable o
producing the articles of necessity, ann
luxury, for whlich the coultrly pays million
to Cuba nud Me~lxico. Tmerosuch a count
try and aliate appende~d to the B~ritis]
Islands or to Franec, as it is to thle Uuiltel
States, arid it would at once become th
garden of' the worldl. ~Let only one half 2
wNhat our peoploannually pay in duties a
the articles, which could as well be raise
here, be expendedt in providing access to
a market, and this region would be acco

moded o cond stelhat cusiefesed on ag
wrho saw it. A Rail Road, runuinlg through
a country thus productive and ccupied
could nothuil to meet with immediate so,
great remun1l1ei~thon. Thlis regIOn, as w
r-markecd inour former article, has bcec
t00 l00g Ileglecetd 1)} the COllltry.
Thle proposed Ra~il Road would be real(
a nationall wrork of great purblic advantage
W~ith thle present : ... ,.. : _..I 1, ,.,4. ,
holy 11 0d 0of i... ... 3.' .,' '
would be imlpossible to protect the wklol
line of trio Floridl coatd, without pinchi l
alm arm~y at echcl little inlat. But with tli
iimro0vement, troops could be conveye ~
from one point to another for the diutanud
of nearly three hbundred, miles along th
coast to meet any emecrgency. .'
Without these national aud stateconsid
erations, every resident and owner of proy
erty, in! this City and a lo6ng the whole line
would, from personal considerations, len
every aid to the completion of so great an
bene~cial, public improvement. Its saf
port is urged by very man's private an
personal interests. We trust there is crici
gy and public apirit enough in the countr
to carry the worke through immediately
Next week ~we will publish a community
tion on this subject to the Jacksouvill

Eon: Edward H-opkins. .
We weioe pleased to meet this genitlemuar
who is the opposition candidate for Qoved
nor, in the Anocint City, and tF find his
the same courteous gentleman since hi
nomination as before. Wacre Tso on ,th
i .us.:.auts.. I. I...r. w should regard his
as honoring the Place for whiebh his friend
are runningr himu. Our esteem for ifil
as a gelitleman, mak~eJ us regret the xuor
te defeat which,: awaits him, and E... \il...
as a democrat we shall contribute ou~r trI
ar -JERONIE BONAPARTE, is de~dadi8i
hs funeral was attended with great pim
in Pa'ris He was the youngest brother o
Napoleon the let and was the last surrio
of that memorable family. While h Lieut
in the French lnvy he was married to










eSt 0808 of the li~epublil, 01' What is more
rel.unt~i.-, the consciousness of having ser~-
5d1 ,our country, will be your gloriou"
This was.thie iltble response of a. politi-
cal opponent, whose fasite as an oraltor and
a intatesman the world has not yedt seenl co-

(Wis.) A~rgue aid Demicrat, so long the
central oirp~v .:l-., th: W. ...,al.. Deliocracy.
has at hear 1t .-.. .ss p..'.-a.i.. for Breki;-
ridgeand Lane. The Beaver Dam Demno-
crat has followed its example, arid declares
iit ;..t... .:.,. i.. the most pleasant duties of
its hi.. .'ill.. Argiis is the organ of the
Demlocratic party of Wisdonsin, and the
most influential paper in the State. The

si nti~c n, u wit poes shoexo elstecea o
a very strong Breckinridge feelings in the
State. It is also stated that the Waukesha
Demzoclrat another influentiarl Democratic
paper, is about to declare for Breekinridge.

Si The following list of New Yorkr pa-
pers supporting BREmCKINRIDGE and LANE,
is, we believe, entirely accurate: Journal
of Co~mmeree New York) Troy Bludget,
Buffltl Post, Blogbampton D~emocrat, Put.
untm County Courier,DIelaware Republican,
fludson Gaziette, Dunkiirk Free Press and
Argrus, Genesee Demoorst, Batavia; Sochn-
ectady News, Aldany Evening Standard,
New York Day Bookt, Buffalo commercial
Advertiser, Br1ooklyn Engle, and we believe
naeotthes lan~ dn beer have not yet
The Georgia BELL and EVERETT, State
Convention meets at Milledgeville, August
13tly to forntonl electoral ticket.

stan eleven frE Bnpl nRJ E& adB L
and four for D~OUGLAs and JOHINBON. .'

A GENEALOGY.-John Kno9x. the Great
Itefornher of Sqotlslnd.
John Withe~rspoon; D. D;, -bhe of the
Signers, of -the Declaration of American
Independence. `
John Breckinridge, a member of Jeffer-
aon's Cabinet.
John U. Breekioridge, Vice President

JohnU a re koi J ,55 d~sent of the
[The above is a true record of the genea.
logy of the next Presidenrt of the United
States.]-Neto~u York Jou~rnal of Com.

IS.. The Pensacola Observer says-
c'Hon. 8. R. M'aLLoar returned to this city
onSaturda last i xellent health,,

The imports of drygoods at New York
for the year ending the 80th ult., have
reachedthe enormouls figure of ()107,848;-

ane raamnmer Elxu aurer mOe eleGLIODn ,EREE.
SOn then terms, if Democrat sdo~ttleir d ...
the Enaminer will be in th~e Bhnds of
the comitrg. Let us see what ean be done.

Our Candidates.

Though the enthusinsn), with; which our
nominations were received, remlains unaba-
ted, throughout the len th~ and breadth of
the land, is there not danger, thas ,we in
Florida, relying on the excllenee .and
strength of our lagbearers, msy be inactive
in theirsupport too longs "E'Iternalvigri-
line is the rice of liber y." On qpo
ents are sea ans and active in their a s
tion. W~hythis activity, unless they meet
encouragement? Ought we not at least to
be looking to our weapons, that they be in
condition for thebattle that is coming?
Victory was never yet won .by inaction.
lesomnetimes do~es not even incline to the
str~og. Mlay wenot rely too much onthe
rtrenth of our part? Mlay we not cond
tide too mizeh in- the highly honorable '
acceptable, andpopular character of Messrs
BRECKINRIDGE and LANEr? Our oppon-
eats, though few in number, are at work.
13bould there not be a few sentinels, sta-
tiongd around to note whlat thley :ire dolog?
The op~ponent9 of demlocracy never tire.
J~et ias not repose too securely on our bat-
alionswithout WVe man easlly conqur und:r IIIL standard
of'Butwiilrniace and~ Lbr., j-: wre must
be prepared todo battle. Let every man
begin to work.

ppair We are always happy to put our
friends in the way of saying- what thel
think their smart things, and bence we are
sorry:to mar the happiness of our friendof
the Independent 11-ess, and upset what- he
probablyiotended for wit, by informin
him that he mstook ou atm t ny
forlic WesallltPe on httr u na s

Ilon. S. R. Mallory.
'We areindebted to this senator, for
thle Presidents' inessage anJ heeompanying
doouments and alsp the published earmes-
pondence in relation tp oaturali:(ed Oitizels
returning to th land of their birth and
there held to mlit~ry ~duty, for which he
Lon. ur Ithnan.
We see by the last PensaCola Observer
that Mbr. M~ALI~o had arrived in that

Miss Patterson,.the beautiful and acdom-
plished daughter of a Baltimore merchant.
This marriage he was compelled by his
brother to repudiate. HIe afterw~ards was
made by his bother Kingt of Westphalkid
iuelen ch inu t o th:mie o i
tion in the court and nation. A fuller ac-
count of this lemuarktable man we w~ill fu~r-
nish nlext week-

THE STI E ST. hau.-his favo/
rite Steam~er of the St. Johlns' has resumed
her trips and comes us qith a bran
new dress. She has been entirely bver-
hauled in her machinery, and f or appart-
rets ,da elnotod rrsnsa euiu a paoe
yaREEBORxiN at the helm Eery bdy
nowfs both Boat and Captalin. Etuh
,aid.-Jir cksonville &anda~d.







__ __ __ ~~___ _~__

E 1 Excusio slensdet.m

I. .J .pr n ad ..11 rsp e foer ask~ as duman
irh. nB~rde aI urdy Fla~d rnon hz IM s~ndJ~
F;'!rJ ~In In *.m r...l ..3.Inowesale her. M.H
o~r., Ti Tb ujd id e~de P
1LIT~Ll~ \:I. 1 ,- O..g e thatB p'rt l BI'I
l. un il <~i ..suirrorCg (I..IJUI acrea mir
rur .1 e,r ,,,anyi 4i. rld to Samulel
ru ;Jn Li 3.o..l,ly 83n]eea
"'~ b~; .:I, r ..POned U ntil the 1st

Monday in June
The above sale is poslponed until the furst
Modyin July.
Theatbovesale is postporied until the Airst
TI. ~.... l ,; p.,ara. *J antil the first
't... i : ". ,at..-,r
IL.1IG. C YLI F.i*Plne l nIIt] the Erst
T' r\;; po.;rI;~ned until the Art
Il, Ir: illrIi neI a u~IJIO ntit th~ii)rs
'I'e a. ,;.~ pri pned until the firat
Ti~r,,. .I.,, up'lned uistl the frire

iT j~-l. ?~ i" rJd n il~l the strat

The'bv ab L1 is p atponed until Ihe Arst~

nlonday la July next.F Pr:
The above sale is postponed until the firse
Monday in August agztg

Mac tActingrr She Th ~vrteunty.

I r.i.I 1~ .. s.l. n?t LIIi l L
rlro l.u~- l. .u nI -lugll I ox p rl .~
...L; t nri iT~~i~lng Ito in G

~~, iln .1ly."i ..r .r~rer use Rwerrs .
...1 r..,. I~ .l... e m,, asag 1. aty
:u~~ r.~ ll- r1*. J :i riar busts.r &R

Trso Csh.
SARAH A. KaNK~IINS, Ad'tratri
Jaes Cice 0k her dttorneyin fact.

TITILL le sold on 4he first Monday in Au-
V g st iext, before the Court Ilousein the
; I 1. r l...ra an e ~. ,.e-
Taxes and expenses due thereon for the year
1859, by the heirs of Mrs. Lawrence, to win:

atni~ & IIr.1.. r P gsiI.h.. ad I.alLcI r~is,
L t..r I Lnoijr L p.L.I~r nd, iBe.1 ~
,r- n... .ut~lrlas..Lr Ban 111.
.; .ro~ .;ri r.oreammeo i,ll:-4.aor..

GER, shtt- Ex-off. Tax.
Jani F.1h*wE ulrs(?wr

OcITATIb~l .
A LT; s; I~ir. ~ ~ r3,r. r 1.. E rir.
John H. Mce~rabb, deceased), Age oi 8r. John
C...i I 'Il i 0. *. 7.Il 1 i 1 au J ojL J a ) l .
Poiu o ev or ..r ..he folofn:Ra
Estate of wnh critid John W. MKcerabb drie~d,

E.and f.}o Y.E anWo ofSc 8 n .. I

an~.'l r. 1: n. R. 16 Ef. in t I C. r.r
Her oPT 1-rd.X. n 1.:s I...v..lg ly .ii sole.
ses* Ib p- .r t.. r .- la C ....r c*,ur s I .( u.e
\.u c .1 I: \i..1 r. ..c. 1t. n.b M..nd.y .. 0
'`. I m ` I; r- m. 161 Ir -s umesa i.. .;.. r


~pc :. f..' I`I ~..,, ..-n Ie frlrm

il,. 'Af, I:-,~,h r j:.p building, and
II.L. u lll lus-(In. crops grown
itesoiutbhe ta ot. .ll-- St an l i I.
a place called Fish s. For- i..~l.- i .x~r...I
applyto F P. P~RLBIR \
St. Augustine, JulyJ lI, !!ts.1

THE two Story S~tone horsez
n;1. 1: 18ithr gr.o!rtc ntceoc upie

by Wm. REYES, to whom application imay be
mi de or at this office nearly opposite.
April. 28,--1860. tf.

woue ustag Lininient oures Sor~e, Ulcert,
rh, 3 er.,L u, i. Slre N pples; lieuragia,
r 'l'ls.2 wI \r, a.L ne~i .5 we

Tothe United States, as the preserver and reas
Lorer of valuable H~orses aLnd Cattle. .It cure-
all Spra~ins, Galds, WFounds, s iff Joints, &0.
D you eve o ar ny olr~y Sori, wle

BAri b E. s. P.1H ii. Prop~riany kp r~r~rk.
b."ar I. 16th Iu..

ALpril 7-1860,

suniption, Mrr. JosN B. LI.Anumas, aged
LL~irr a : ;.:~i 3.1. 1 IT ays.,His wife
~l~J~ l?, I~~; ';Il.. sir disease, seven
mon seinoc. ~Mr. ., was a native of
this place, wasin industrious, and. worthy
citizen, was esteemed by allwmho knew him,
and his death will in lamented by a large
circle of relatives and acquaintances. All
things remind us, that we too ai~e passing

Por the Legislature.
IIML. The friends of JOHN J. DARLING,
Esq., present his name to the citizens of -St.
Johnrs Countjr, as an Independent C i~idate 'for
the house cr epresentatives, in the next Leg-
islature, and solici't forhim their support,

jLLmperso indebted tothe EstateofROQUE
ALEONARDY late of St. Johns County de-
caed dtre r quested ao make imediatem p
having claims against the said Estate, a~re re-
quired to present the same duly authenticated
"i~n w years, or this notice will be plead in
I rLI i :. r .1 AE NRDa ix
St.A~ugustine,July281860. S w.

persons l Ils *,' lle : -.:I
are required to resent tlhe sam~e vit n two
yprs, orthis ntic gl bi plea ilat o
eirJ PH C. FERREEIRA Administrator
July 7 1860. Sw

ALL peri o Wl
ideanxe I..-lr rl-- omk

ar i.. .; I''-? .I. .."' J ''' L

pamn.GEORGE COLEE, Adm~in atmor.

A L' FI\I i .~ l m 5 ~i s. .,,.xi
oeas d ar rquseU io mern imdat la
elaimq against said Estate. wri present them
duly authenticated withiri the time prescribed
bth paor this notice rlu e- Ilad1 tj of

June 91860. 2m.


Si om saft ea daea, Ihternals ap liona
county forr a snal settlement, sad for my dis-
ebarge as8 the Administratrix of the of Estate
Will'am Theabout, de easd, RNat of si county.
Feb. 18, 1860. Adm'l ti~atrix.


iteading M~en for Breakincidge and LET fT BE REMEMBERD. How Congress Elears the Vice Presl-
TbYrl sLaners Tht .n lu 1 .... c e.peli dept rand Pesident.
we s 8 r a i e I 11 r s 1.. p a-s s g ,PeW o se .i .mm-oi~ hasq atl-
)moortie1 mies aidg ndLn:C .j1r. a j.I* .icei Plril r. nor the Senate with rb,
Hw. B laerist, nseDwghs tomss Ir i;, -em .Lr IaLd iTI.400... Il.1 su C' llio al of aP r~esid ent.. The ~powe= .
th Vce. arajct was brought before C:ongress, Joan BELL 610 !I h.**l hf ilj -ints.3, 8 and nieye io.l,.
lha L;~~~i~ Lhi maSjareirgr~ iitate. ..,=* 1...... ,.;in iLy Bide withr John Quiney ,,:.lcrr [,,{III, ,,,1,,4,

... rrar. ..I t, a ..... .0* t ., ,. ... 1, r1I..I J. .l, 0.1 .i the house i1 1 ..F r.:s *.n r 5;~.: ,,3,. .r..,.
tic~. D ss 21 C, ...r h .,.,,a s r.., ...,.. a..., s...p $11 P resid -rst, II~. r cl21. l. I. I. 1 .. 1 : I I. l.,
:Senator Cil:inman, formerly for Mir. Douglas. l.i .,:... Z..Lu l I L. .* ,,jl1(1*<*==[*.1. l > ***I
Gen. Gideo ~J. fil low, ot"Ienln., :formecrly for *r.- .r ; = I '; 11 '-, '*
ahe 1)ug~las: ol~.r 11. J ulr .I...uI II..1 II i.. I tll 1..I..r
RogerA.~ Iryor, of Virginia, ~fortherl~y foi at5. uri,.. usi. 1 .. .2.1...- I 1> II..-.":'. tli ........: r P,.....J...I )...

So u r..rl it .ui,=1al : n 4p i,.: .,.l,,. ,,,i .-, .*,1, ,,,,, ,Il ., ,ag 1.9 I.1l ...r t.3 I II. u l 11 (1 l. .r ? .. ,
II ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ lll .nI. .i.p an.. C......i., i:.rr n II -: C ,: bu ?Ll I
).s i'..: as i., o .Tr n~ o eJ Isas.r, Irl I. I. L*~.... MI :I 1.....c. ... ..1.- .rII r

Jllnl..u Cl.? r ;,st l. r k. ,,Il,...,, ll ..1 li.e.. i- s~ ...IlI LI .,n u, ri. II I~.rq .. u,,

of Isasie Waer *~ ir. E s 2 L .. r .... -i te= r,; i .r ii .1 r l ...a:iarl principle or
.Lrdre P Calaso s S ~ art :n.. a ai p ..I.1.. p.,. basis upon which the reiip : In.. k.... tj r
Jrse. I'.Caintu ,.3,, ,. rgnzd The House, irepr:. ;o n ~
Jl': "a B::r"' o:::' I'rl :; ~ 1- .' L.,.: l '.4ll~~ It I..,:'.' ";, n rioilv a ro

Ho. .r a -'rtirew.of~ ~.w.L. J F. iln yi I: ) I T .1 J.. uIII BELLr has re: ( ar;.; I~. 3 i 1, h so. ,o: .;r.: .1
Chi rle: t.. ..mar. I Ir. i i .uki. .- i u u c d a r. .1. 0.. .
Ai=F S***" st i. L.. I i.l*l he ~'sn \"L. I..)O LESC E WITH[ 13~. I 11 avl rl.,: outingg the

EzPra.ta .tr Prbn pi i.- iIi ..,i~ nno~i anot .. T r Tr..l- ,I OF THE GENSUS E- ~

Behs.AtorrF Poblt~ ofT:l.l~~ Miso) Ir tin .ol Ip.~.l hI candidate-: fo te usBuea i art. 3.;, 4:04 -.
n~a Powae ll. or el l~ ~l ;:I" 'I ,I agol pr d. foxn a:. .I: .,1 1 .p hr lllj

Howe B E:: lbi ic\r.~ ..f v .- :.-r ,,a li II U y .;I i 1. ,1 I..

J'..1. rs,.. 1 r,..:i ..1liri..tarr to perL o nec
shifon. Erasmu's D. Beah, of Massachustte .0 a rp ..,,;;. ,,
11..r. J... .3., 1,,,. ..r i .....I. 3-ll-.; ....C.'~ c o id l o i e

.eao Loel or I oesin hesoleton
In pe Ir.:. J. ~~a. L is.. ':nl? ro ol Ira tus ~ ?~ 1 I~j~l~~~ 1 ,, 1nu~o .n ,l-,r.~r ~I ii ll~l b
Thomas r B~l. oref ied of.:. Pen sylvania .'; ...- dihooabe ha v.L u t. ....

Attorney ~ ~ ~ ~ I;:I~ Geea BlcofPnslvna otdfr eouio elrin h rih of ;'iCaLll' th.r .o .e .e~OTl1tal e._.r
Ex-ov. Rmaunls, of Texas. LfMsnhstB ..l~~ L. u fbtvso vr ainudr..

enu ,ra onia.'u n "i- .~~ oron II1~ be .latr II
.ms..r. ..r .r. ..f we .1~.ll:: DLu...I~ ...." 1.11-'1 1C us., it will not be unnatural to ? look
H. r. J I ~ .rP .lh. rM. Nw Jd~ev .I.. forincreas th O1; 34i imL.....11 .. is:f u lltas
p..~.. U,r Irr r II~i liur~ n 1( they atai a ..11,., .. 1.0,.eu v... thr SO1C. con

c. .It Jp~n J I ': I;F .... .111 tolir li~ t'~mp :..l.I..;I.r ~ ~(u secure,.,-. promptness and accuracy
Fen~ar J D .... ....1 .J Jetsy. r u .- Il preparing, th rtuusan pacng thfu
Thenats Hiturerand,.b Maens- .. i ~., L. '. ... .-. .'.d ho ral. eare iev pulic. 1?,
.tore 1 I l-lah- fl rensla voted fai arosolution deeakrihi/gh t i~h tn ne giultlr~ ai e. to,.. on-'i- aU opo- .
w~~x-Gor.~ ~~ .1. He .1 .i .*i I, i i. al II.. 1 ..u. .. i .1~. .
T 0~..= ith,1. ITrs. O ts. ;;. 1.: ;1~~ I. J. .. I.: -1. rs i I Uifiii~ OEBguinG Othat : W e D 1 i
oen ato Grun vt C lfr t yo o e.--ti o aral i l t o e
rs*. .lu.mi j!iill.nrJ .i 1 t .... .~ Iutco slav bewee tme SttesI of the A~IIL ..I.i~ i).l o beUI at F t 0
or' .sw .e .. In ..I ., .. ..r. r.--~ it., I id.. ?I.. .. ot 1hs p e is f ic ast G li; .I ou:r

Eq..relr. .wn i.....q e j btreu e ri tnont flthe sa ul e of anjoyanc u e evr

non.11~~~~~ ,tm.*,a, C 3. .u sav St. L ~~, butal his~ prehended andc~ will'pn"" doubte ncreciea
De no am n edi.:1:1 i seece as a I prop re iZ /t cnign punishllinp ie nt.~l Col.- Geo. Center,
them folowigxla ry esluio runso re d ly e4 o. r 2 g .e d oe ri l a, e irp.t n
lorgnizedr~-: Iioamm C. ..i ....I. patrups hthf odaniill Aagistanit P.e Morne 8 1 vp

Hoil h :outthei rig~ht, eihrofpersonlmd orpoper- o ralto ell~lc hr nInw. abl eb, ire tc.-or, dc iSta ohii8,, .t~j L
tri bein destroyedr or impairedby :; cogrsson If new newper are any indicatio ofinat~ mhl~o-
rtrito. r ialle. gis l tio, thepI I I. .: 10. a..~. In., .. s pii, is ...I i1' "
Becond Thatit isthe d ty ofthe f deral rid...ores r~c ..11..rr_.11,...12 t;, scy Jai at .:1...o .1,, in ..ustdy ofU. S.
whsen. necessaythen rights oi[ persons aqd1 pro- ileg 4 {,,agr, ; ep.eirs thi tt el Eo"-.TBT :L .,IrI~II :,,,.l ..Oaanthat hire cwnno
_perofra utr~ r nadvrever elsne its for arehinrioodgeand Lane:lir Observr, Ean .4e.1.1.: lI .rr....aEasd ordce;y s aio

hel~. g JInn a:q. I p....JI.ll .....l I I il, l ;.,,,.' T e... .4p iik..11 Republhic, QuYCin y I. Gi L i 5 ..l. i '
:I.rn)L~ -u r n .. .rregs. :. o,,.r ... F .. 1, T li ..izeFren oniclk .. \at:. .n .mI, .alh t. o u.
pdlndobingeionsummatedbyadissiirg ntothe 1, ....wrl,'i' 141...isl.., Tif .ll, Newnyarn- 1.:....> ,:,r.. rr ..In.r. .:.~pr (d:

nwnE. ane116j efoI ngwl(IR I'" S bee r.'...p..., ... iiz I...l. IIAldlnn, iLak Floue to f Re\taie requiring th re~L 1 Il I
genized~~ ~~~ onh tob Ad ite into the Fdrl i .i ,, i .1, .. Ii.~j ....lle li releg rap ..s..l..r. .*I>. h u bro u
I~rion whtheita ontitria prhibts rre- l. Im 5 h.'., "I .... ./.2... E-eniac udoi. toina ; ...,1....> ; lm .: roced St'at nowestab.-
Reorlved. That the. ... Demcrti party are in gutie Key of eedthet Gulf, Key W iest. Oexee the lr i== ut has ree..l ber u s phr-
favor ofteacquisiion of te island f Cuba, n For Bel and Everett Gazet, Psaco- pos eventy- nin cust.omhousess re b...
-]htnul me a .6.. 1-= oform aotodb oureh la';' Corir Mi'. .'lton Enter~Prise Maritra gos$ reepts during. rui ..a v.r ar.i;<
m~~omenrt.c patl~nint eetiielri renntinel Tallhasee it; Press~, ~ Lake City J ne 30, 180 a 1. h .i...a.
Rhe olvoiged, Tant te ndtmnt o Sat lgi- orBrcknrdg. 1 a expenses ton rdgls the Govrnlitt of $378, .
hture, Tol~ defea te ta~ithful, exi aio or.:l th f Insor Beli~l.safJ ju 3209 shwig s nnallos f 22i-
squie d..velaw ,.r. ...- : .ur,-: "Theb' Jacksnylli Mirrorn the only pae 955,47.
,I. hi Iarr dow fo Doga.~ Ifweari feh in error, th Lharged t Cobb rn of h ~ :
noa 2'Lpn he~ Demo !1y af.1. the.1 Unit Mirlrorl wi n 1het oe I Ulouad awallow-P Mr.I~ Edaist anII rfarmerl nesthi 1
to re .tl FIIII ,pr' a1 ja l a .I. .. ii plce sen u an1- eak 1 of corn a 1e days I
.gr Irrt th as rihsh eihr om .-ar-so sisnatv hnst be Rememered sin1ce measurin. "11 ince in Ilesigth and: 1
t be ng cistizen o mlnrd ycu~s. ~n Tht nev cfuery~ r eoratyi ndite aten ontiigoetosndadegt ris
hereas, Onet of thre gretes eeste of Sh Ek e naor save.~? o~n ily M.~rll. Pu an Mri thi blJi. ~ II. l l~oy o .

ooermntxid wtdpr~mn *+<1 a met ndr 1Mrtl 4;Ll \\I rBe msathisfir~l specme fhihepof )
~leb eenr, at te Naionlr o Demsocrti arty prn elec g~i~~ m.ofRereenatve tre- luke this one elae-ri?'ilr.~~.-Mesengr, an~ta ecno
pr in t hei ower ito scries t he ree p a e ofsoe i suprth meikt.fl
b.~il o eneto hecntttion al authiyexeds ori I x-rces~id~et Piere Land, Osro fr, as ed States;-. armyon. -Sthe 1s itofJli as a -

Unoth e iedtattC Ar an 8dulooin eihrn a:I~ fi m~!~ a~.~ o~,I olee om1~2, iae andIose 10 regim ents ofifntr, 10uiin con an-
thope Quathr teqeste eneral the Acitstingo-1.!- ticke as 1 a I bogue .ll oesroh 21 artllry,360 I.':ll; infnty and330 other -
Cme-nb omiar General sodindo the Sureonen-Svneno h tte feeUinaeafees viaig iier-,-s 0oe

erl, are. Virinans he Ceommntc anaer in uscetaine tC-~of enethpi votefor eckinridg xed th ~?i~r u 'i1:-:k
Teasr ofnl New Mextion andi isln o Utba, are all ndLlandEe asthtthesnwl riet~,ese -lon th Taiena AE:-Jue Dutmhueas ih 47'

n~ocd Tat t he d it entso Stat meis ber Btcirde en oe a n ex Mr. Breckin..1.; Goer /SO, bl Job ra3

1Ptaord sTh ibltary no~n f alent U tated thior, canddate is certain tou carry.w- 41r, SamndGe Ldane ~~ is nr~er 59

Tyranny and Freedom. Deocad Mss
:FIt is iiit~t~sating to notice ilhis epithets
adthe opprobrium oast upon the patriot, Ill go* ?
Garlibaldi; byV the m1inions of TyranB~tS, who
.i- ;:.ling up~onthe oppressed I. _.
I.; .J/R~ 1~ oma." -The Anti-(Irif f ,
I,,r~l~ ly.stup...aiel to give it person pos- ~;~~
i 1 :1la- .1 ar a ll...r pp.ellation,
I-. l [- .1 rs. i l`:'I 1' I hlot
.r.i.:II-..t.. I .. .-* i~l. II vistanee A M\ass M~eeting of tli. 1.w...~ ,:.f St
*.I~I L 1 <.**Il*. 1 1 ..-ra: 1...I.III It Johns CountyT, favorable toj rl.:r c.nsion s
1* Ma kd .r bandit of .
1:;.: J.J .. s r1..:I".:=l. c.: I = ickd B~~lirigeckian rig dLae
.. I LI ....I r.. I. .1 r... ,,, ,,3g,.r~. in t le,
pr.,rnp. ..,,, .1,,, .r 5.:,. b P nd the muaintainance of Southern
ll** I ****.: ..u? f.*.. r~I [>i 1, 0 tO ver- ?\1 1 r,, are? respectrally invited to meet at
r a ... In .s ,1,..6
-- o~~.. ,,,.,_:II. -il,. .r..t. .nl.r CI~ '~ +

;. u>::.1, ,bul 6: -11[ll I.: ...1, diap-. G a t. u A, ,9 ]@ ifr
c.. ..l..J......11,r I I. .1, _.... I <-,.pr1 frus the purpose-bfliat~ifying liisi In aredI L;,i b-.:.... _.r..10.. ., il a ., ? is. and to transact such buisiess as: n~ .;**
brave trdro ..1 i 1.: li~i... ..I 11 1 a... j, ., before said Meetino.

I1,; ZiUv '-- l ogr~b:~r Byarler of the Dem. Ex Comn

g z .. op Demaocrartic .ppoiiztments.
One or more of the Democratic Candidates
uth a cl I~~i I r.Jr.J..r r- -lI i!? I ,i ..c. ongress orPresident .electors
b I .j ri p IPY kingdomu of NVaples." .1.1. 1. ...public at thre following times l
Whilethe jotiruls of those Astrugigi Lc.-Tel :..

above. ., ,,. "
"G~adebte di Bologria." Tihe heric son "~.., ,, L
Of Italy, Whose flatte Do trt10 Italian can i 14 re *;" 'L 11
prononoce without the most profound ad- i'1
niiraiion aild eridiusiasmo, is tiow- engaged Mri; ?. e~, i k 16

e en I f imnportat cilnpaign of his 1 chu ~~ .: -.".
F-lord~ce Gazette. --The ~redeemer of Alaebtfa" un n e, 21
Itly Is about to attalck the stronghold of N; ~ ewannsville 1'' 22
tgab.Ever otrue Italian I art b ats Newr nerl LLakeButler I.2

G~iorn Ie di M~ilano."--T he genuis of r B L:ITON, r!?- Tii.-. :ri.
ill has at length drawn hris sword an .~l '- or 11 :
rLIn nafr thI sabblit rece his B."Y:-'S]'''! CF All.J a ,q

"Turin GuZette. '-The A~rcha ~gel ;ab- a .i v~v. '?-"" :'' ''"..
ria l hs a~ppered in human shape on earth na 1..r II, a
in the person of Garibaldi, to seittor the -- .r. -1.!~l~ arer qest
last enemries-dflalian -liber~ty, and bring Iei noi.: eq
them ~to the condigrnyunishment they de
serve. IED, iq this~City, Tuesday last, of con-

Garibaldi andl the King of

Wh!en this patriotic General first went to
Sicily, the Gulzetta ~i Nupbli, thle govern-
ment organ,'thus an ounced thefa~cttop i
readers: -
.a'Thle monster, in h~uman` sha e, -Gari-
baldi by name, has had the audacity to at-
tauk alt thle head of a band of mirrderen ,
the dominiolcns of his Marjesty the King o
Nalples. It isneedless to add that meanse
reJ are takien by the Government to cap
ture himl whenI he will he justly punished
for his ruswh and lawless undertaking."
But the Generil has made the despot
and the enemies of liberty change their
tonei-and the U;.st number of thle same or-
ganl thus announes a still more imlportant
fact. "Tlhe mopnster" .has become 11his
Escelle S"
"The columander-in chief of the Kiing's
troops in Sicily has signedd a capitulation
.,rp. e,,: h- ., ...c..: General Garibaldi at

.VAsmIBaoII, July a7.-M~r. Douglas
intends visiring several of thle Southern
StatlsS dhrie.i 15 eturn from ltl~ Not.

TH~ CrICAGO ZOTIAY/s.l-To~ inure

". ..-'.- whatever are they allow d to
V..t to ..t liquor. Herein their practice
greatly diffe~rs from thatof most oth~r com-
pamnes.. The generality of militiamen are
drilled with bricks in their hats. '

its. Thellou. WillinurB.LIawrence, of
Rhode Island, who was invited by .Presi,
dent Bluchtian to represent the United
-I .ri at Ia i` -o- orai .ir. T...*dpa` of dele-
6:.'. feroil.1,l~l.l...r ]..,* .,. attil, for
the purpose of establishing uniform \eights
and measures and a uniform currPenCY wls
obli.-.11.....i;... i.. ..izlan Bon account
of 1.n,: .j. ... I..., lumm !?.-,..: --The Boston

MrP. L.

-D~Uring the last year, snys, the Lancet,
the women of Great Britain have borne
abveb200oide a daddo v61e ,i~n t
dary, 503,008 -ih the year--and .reduced
the natural increase of population to little
more than 700 a day.

tlse TriTe~inentioneofie h mo r up

pressure odf ir upon mercury, is making a
great sensation in Paris. The cost of the
clokr, which goes twenty-four hours, and
then has only to be turned like the hour
glass, is no more than a frano.

Al ? Good sense should be the judge of
b th olnue n an modrn inlel everything

sill e~aC~nt rece vd fao te ae
n,~~. ~ Ilm e h~~~~l' l is year 18
nau .L: us lr Ibsl on ., year.

I Quill are thi that are so notimes
* L.u from the pin sns of one -goose to
spread the opinions of' another*

PPLICATIONT will be made to the next
Gfeneral1Assembly of Florida~ for achar-
ter ofa Company to facilitate the Exporting
to and Isporling from Foreiga~ countries, andler
thenarne of the Southern Export and Import

col 2, 18600 i

FliBRITuRE! FUrtRITualt!!

(Fortlly H. P DEGnkRE,)
No. SYBOWERY. New York.
This establishment*is sil stories in height, soQ
extends 242 feetthroulh to No.05 Chrstie street
making it one of the
in the United States.
to th 1ioes I Tra coral or she? m .-
Thleir Stock consists, in part, of
and Walnut

Also, CnlxE and Woaon Sea work, All qBalid
lies; nAIr, IlUaK and Sennat MATTRssEass
large stock; ExNArpEu ED UABERn FYEIIURB,

Jenny Lind and Extensfon' Pest
Bed toaa
5I feet wide, especially for the Southern Trade.
Their facilities for manufacturing defy 4:ogs-
No Goodsi Retailed on Time.
31achis.*- bs m.


"Costar'8" -&at, aORch,&c. Extermina-

"Cstr's" Bed-bug Exterminator.

"Costar's" Electrio Powder, for In-
seats, &0.
Rats-Roaches-Mie-MIoles--Ground Mjce-
Bed Bugs--Ants--Moths-B1 osquitoes-Flea
--Insects on Plsnts, Fowls, Animals, &0., &c.--
in short, every form and species of

anid Station louse--the City Steamers, Sh' 8,,
&c.--the City Hotels, 'dAstor,'' "St. NichdP~-."
&c.--and by more than 20,000 private fami-
O Druggists and Retailers everwhere sell
W0 ho eale Agents in aHl the hyrge citica

0g !!UrsR!! ofP iousM imtations.
1P Address order -or for ** Circular to Dea.
"tiRY B, COSTAR, huxNCrear Deror,
512 Batouwa~r, (Opposite St. Nicoholasolel;}
May 19L-1880- 3m.

Im ow rsr.... to as ,. iom ,,
of this Ancient city and St. Johns county
mos spenid ""frmt of anlan winer
detncsa dix asd Oiet tascedtw

promptly attended to with great care andl atters-
tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchase,.
hly country friends may rely upon it if they.
send me orders for dry goods thlat theoy will be
put up with great care and attention to give en-

Lir aifcin n o .h prlne. Al .ut

sortment of goods.
consisting of French broad Cloth, Doe skin Cas-
"fres Pio Clts Saintt a Je;n
gre llnets n ro Blan ,t English Mderi

Delains, Gents Merino half Hose, French and
Englishl Cambries, Red and White Flannels.



This Company Insures Budldings, M~erchan-
dise, Ships, and their Cargoes, in Pb8rt; House
hold Furnitpro,, and I personal Poet
gsenerllyagaintLoss or Damag ylir~.:
Josl~l'jW BAKER,President.
JOHN IlODINE, Vice P sident.


June 25.


roawn do 10 per jbb.
Gfoshen Butter l1-4b.
Coffee'lbefer $1,00

108lG Dates Gum Dropi Iloch on & ,Ae As~C
April 7-1800,

_.I .....-...tY.~"~.- -- 3 -~.iY---- --



___ ___~__


Kerosene. Kerosene. 169
Co so n. am use.
LardOilSolar, 1.640
Sperm Oil. ISolar. 2.025
Burning v ia CLarge wicit. 1s 55

85- -d "


cr a a -' c
2.435 81 00 84 10
L.299 63 4 85
833 1 00 12 00
7106 12 25 17 70
850 2 25 26 47
300 87 2 0 oo

,Reliable orders from the Trade, by Nail or
Telegraph, filled, on application to
AUSTENS, Agents,
08 Perrl Street, N. Ye
Kerosene is also to be obtained at thle Mdan-
ufactlurer' Prices, of all the New Yorki Whole-
sale Druggists, Grocers, Camphoene and Blurnl
ing Fluid bManufa~cturers and Dealers in Lamps'

pelons aroe atio lred ag ~st usig the
Oct. 15. Sm
ir Call at the new Store under the M\a
sonic Lodge opened by HsuRTz, if you
want cheap and prime articles in the Gro-
cery Line and other little Nick; nacks.
TARINA, Corn 'Starch, Lemous, Graham
?,?;::4::er, 1g," ,?;"=ioa l::::onsiv, Ye
Jan, 2 B. E. CAER.

CHOICE CLARET, Cdea 1ls Fgo ie

ger Wine. Caerry Brandy. BE CR,

~OCKING Chairs, Bureaus, M~attresses,
Ja dining Tables, Chairs. B .CR.

A81N~S, Culrrants, Citron, choice Muostard
~i do. Catsups, do. Olives, do. Fresh Ms kl-
ell a erring, Godfish, Anchovie b trd ~es

RybIA Ablaces nTt14 aSgCorn ,aoo
Bice Flour, Flax Seed, Sapsago Cheese, Mac-
ca oni, Vrmioceni, Jamaica singfic. CR

CCRai Alan c8 -hoice Vegetables, Fruits&0~.

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
aldP~ the i ~cenay thdhe is al ay

on hand an noala supyng hself wi
te most fashi nabl nos 1ul hasbsuek o
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Veq~ings, Neck
TiAll or ers executed in the best style of worl -
mashsip, for cash only .

gA OOd Assortment


TnHE SUISB Cd E8R kh3 cons ane
following Brands: Old Q. O. V. P.
London Dock Brandy, vintage 1848,
Blackberry Brandy, Cognae Brandy, Gibson &
Sons' Family Whiskey, Pure Mlonongahela Whis-
key, Old Bourbon. Whiskey, Rect. Whiskey,
American Gin, Pure N. E. Rtum, Schiedam Aro
matio Shnapps, Mhadiera\Pine, Sherry Wine
Cararet Wines, of the best brands, such as St
Jui'"": .:taln;Loitthand Lrurode u -
ton's Bitters, Orgest &0. &0.

Hermetically Biealedl.

A SSIORTED Merat, Ducks, Tjr ys e &c
OLIVES, Capers, Pickles, assorted Catsups,
SfreshEng~lish Mustard, smoked Balmon,
soused Galmon, pickled Salmon; M oruel. er-
Mar* .


Fc0001r BOUS E
aT r0001 on the Ait. Joim4

side of the 8t Sohns river six miles above Pioo
Inta stthe terminus of the St. Johnsfail Road
ow 8in By netroe) ceotn sthi 8 6pe
~st. Augustine every Thursday for Tocola nd re-
tunming leave Toool every Friday until the
Rail Road is completed. ~
A ppho~ants for bea nl plAs E ppo tool.
Ded. 10 1859*

9.11. Chambers.. Piano Man~u-

(Formerly Thb~ida h .l~ 1..ri, and Dubois,
Bacon 6 I0 r,,ut21:s.)
WasreromB inthe "Lbible Iousre,
C~or. 8th Street & 4th Avenne,
Thisisnre acait pld`O chase. Orders
1, r, 13 le. L*na.. perfecl satis-
ItK B.--8cadfor a circular, toith dscreptlion of
s~aytes aridached~Ule offri~dat; i
M~areh3-1860. am.

ARINoES, Ancho-res, Copres 01 ARR,
SApril l4-1C60s
COLLINS Axes, Spades, Shovels, Corn Mills.
~jGrubbing Hoes, Curry Combs &cc.

L~L the Furniture of 40 Rooms removed
f aroo tr e ~~oli house willbe dispos
!Consisting gf-40 Bedsteads all Sizes; 80
tras~ses; (Hair adid moss;] 150 Feather lil-
ITans 40 xneu 5ML gayc ,s20 1m nin
Chairsassorted Carpeting; Matting, Blankets,
Sheets, Quilts, Spreads, Crookely, Kitehen Uten-
asils and& n extensive asortmenueofi 1 15~i 1
BE SOlLD. B. E. ChIlf.
Ma~y. 12--1860.

from Batimore,
1G U B sels Cor 1nB Bag Coral100 Bag

61 chls 212 ~13 Packages. B .CR,

Received. Adlso Butter, Cheese, Crackers, .
tard eBan Fo rk. &0. B. E. CARR,

U~BIS 8 EGPC oENtIg s etai ped
prices also Fluid, Sperm Oil, Sperm Candles
6c. oraeat B.EB.CARt'8.

YHOICE Hams, dried Beef, mess Bcee mess
~/Pork, smoke PTongues, pickled Tonguea,
Jan. s as B. E. CARR.

E~rsi roFOOrieS.
JUST received a fresh supply of Family Gro-
c~ eries at
SWINNEY'S Cash Store.
at 15

Baltimore Provisions

Por Sale at .OT ljB. E. CAIRR,

FFoml BaltilROre.
A General AssortmentorChoice Groceries at
~Klowst Prices for Cash.
Maarch28s--160. B. e. CARR1

E'amily El000.

W ARRANTED White Extra for Family use
W elected for family Pastry Baking &c.
onl 6 bie 1 xamining. B. E. CARR.

Indeleble Ink.
Ii LCK d Hed Ink, Letter, Note, an Sta-

AAHOGONY Tables, Side Board, Card Ta.
In bless, Ac., B. E. CARR,
June 1880,"

LOOking G~lasses.
L A.E Bize Plated Class, Bed Room Glass,
IjDa e~., n. E. CARR,

.# AINT 8.
756 Kegs Pure White Lead,
Badrrels saed Oil. do
2 d B esasTurpentine.
Julat ts mushes &0. B.I E. CABR.-


Apples, Potatoes,Onione, Buckwheatrass6Red
Dor r7 1 B. R. CARR.

For sale in St. A9rgustine ly
April 14-1860.
A~ largg rarity of Toys or the Hol days.
Wov. 12 T ~LSON

Every ~ ~ ~ ES Drugsin ContyHec antsold e
gagly~ ~ T~ Oh` as e gbo zytacte
Offg knen n a u .S o rwNan &1
For salen ST. AnatNE PLKOby


~~q 0 i ~ubeRemedy ha thelar ~
agelthp LosrI Of~eiu Rhnmn I rll e

dicine in the wogrsld~ 6
.pa gOS CR

Soud hsthe Crlin in

18es Warrofant ea O

8078, if difectloRS

ORSe of Dyspepsia,

Jaun dice, 01eneral

Debility, Palpita.

tiOn, Chronic D~iar-

rhoen; Giddiness,

Depr~essel LSpirits,
BLass of Ahppetite,
Pain in the Sjide and

Back. It is special-

ly adapted to Fe.
male complaints; it

produces Rotund.

ity Of FoIrm in Fe-
IBales Of a Thin and

Spare Habst*

SVeff illValid

shouldd try one

.P ., BLISS &r CO.
583 ]yo ygya, ggYe ygg .
For rala is SA, Augutine ay
April 14--1860'

ELGETABLES, Peas, Corn, to. eo.AR
April 16-1880

K ~arROa 8 SNdl (

now enabled to offer it to the Trade at
The attention of customers is respectFully
~onled to th~e subjoined talble, the result of a
phrotometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of NeUw York-, C emist, and dated Feb 8,


After I~~ Itl 18G 0 601P 'BOA 7ib, troo
dloors from the st. Nicolaqs Notel.
Ths eSFeroscoe is thle most ;.n ll.:=.rd ii
tectne ttinsing, amiiuiig. *-ad;, g
Nbne Rt~e tdo o Jutg, nOne too Old, hope too
intelligent, none too Uneducated, to aciknO-
ledge its worth and beauty.
N cl me iscmplete without it, and it must
I: presents to your view every part of the
world l tle elf odes pw pet ve
Ph~otographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, Amlerica, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and thle results of their
V ae as i menen gitoy of ar Views
ofscee in ubi, odn, Englgnd Yoad
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
isntnbtlcu,IoTuilleries. Italy Tu key, Eg pt
ralace-also arouyr mistorioal, amusing, mar_
riage scenes, breakfast scenes, pie-nics. statu-
ary, &c., &0. An exquisite assortment of Illu.
minated Interiors of Palaces, Churches, and
Cathedra~ls ofFrance, Italy, &<., &c. The ef-
feet of these illummnated.views is most remark-
able. .
Every gentleman of wealth and refined taste
should have mn his drawing.rDom 89me of our
exquisiteviews on gins, witharevolving stereo-
scope, showing 12, 25, 50 or 100 scenes. Not~-
nogeag e to nun to as niitni ,ondd oftr pieo-"
resqu~e and the beautiful.
Authion'y Instantaneouis Stereoscope Views
are the latest Photographlic wonder. They are
ta n in the fortieth par o a scond, and evexi'C
isdepicet I s sheaply'an d gti netly s dif it hnad
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. Thle pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris lsrge orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Viewfs of American life and scenery.
stue g av 1 ir tig hv t e lih d

Ieabs fel o ninn rre talThe particulars of this
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
pa tes at a d sat t saen ung uns 03 81,
and such pictures as thle nl e st, sent b
Exp~rers.eymyrqe, y
siei sm aone, (without instrument) can be
Parties who wish to be advised of everything
really valuable in the line that comes out, may
send as their names to place on record, and we
Men of lem o e ilnd t ho oowanh a most
fascinating and delightful amusement. We are
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything
str otin "o o tasue Seeosoi Pc 1 es."

SImprter and Man~oufacu ofT Po orphic
a atils,e Seo pe s up nad Stes so ml'iewse
Scounmtry are respectfully innited to make an ex-
ami tatiou o ur atoci, as our discount to the
To ~hoto grapah crs.--First class
Sen:1' by"": mai ::':tunount... win, ,,,,
of Negltile.
Mair. 3. ,4m.


A Gold Pencil with Gold Pen at ached,
For es5.o of

AFTER Two Years' profitable experience in
Sour Iresent mode of disposing of our Jew-
elry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction
given to all who have patronized our house, we
tske ]leasure in saying that we now consider
onr usins rairl andimntl es anlhe .

bu airan eig im t!'o'ale i hieac

enchl, which cannot be bought at any retail store
chs, eec mero gr eenvs o puriu o


.4 winL byo frtla deirg mne of-
ablove a tiles, can firnt send us their name and
address stating wrhethler they want the Pencil
n,.d PaF ror Locket, and we will make their
selectikn, and inform them by return mail what
P. emo:i m thiey are entitled to. Thecy can then
i vs he pririviegs. o snding f or it i they,
Oar p$"., lon e f.11.ieneothe abo
p rohaler can sell or trade the above articles
usal tey cot bm, and emiu te remiu.
If however. .npg.r... .hxul ..e. .i....
to send us their mobney in advance, they- can
r~~~ly61 uo en f if del ,t as tho g
receive a Pencil and Pen and Preinium, or Lock-
e r file pntculr send for a.Iencil and'Pen
or Jo ~et.)
Lati""'l ir Pemiums are articles suitable fer
Ldes and Geemen, suc as
Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Watch-
es, Gold Vest and Guarsd Chains,
Gold 81eeve Buttons, Gold
Watch Keys, '
"txo te"'d Shr td-an a~. cilb settings:
Fins, Giold hIlbs, &c. &c.
We have Gold watches, Florentine, Mosale, Gold
oeod CarC eo Gar 5 and Cwral Br as ais
a Bu s, RnsB ol tel elts 1Bol S

cordeone, &c. &a.
reU ex eptionable references given whenever

Sta e, Couny aend Tw p ain1y s a av 4
letters being miscarried.
102 dINdr asTRT (01 ONo
NsW eRK.


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a8 RdsltY T~M
r ssipq TaIL ,

Hc~s No BAD Tr4
8sas up ar~s Tsrs

moOT Loss Or TIME
aova Inse or sus
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