St. Augustine examiner

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


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


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

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intoa sh wao
rless 6f alltheaoe
hIe shou)d be called
rantly she shoe
Ipon theraging sto
king the sky alone
,n ever r~ightening
ne in that darkl hou
if perilanal of. woo,

vailu thenbillowg r~ag
n vain rihe wild winl
war she frirmy Wa
'as or the good aid
ry to thant lone starl,
nd honorto IlMarura
as she. ep~d ther w
Ireh attsa rosefr~om
ydkindlexd in hrer liir
y formedna olur ei
gn of etern i,.~
federante the stand

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a ursu~l I ir You.

ck;foreir through, 1
;!s usualn, thu-r,
.nrd, ta~cki::g` left

h h~e rounld a io,'

rnal soundrel, yoU;
I1lizlk you, b!lckol~
ilbqye hire flow
ch onaL branLIch did
er the boozy wight'
cormmenocd, TJo wh
<>us who--- no othi
mly weigrht nld heig:
r ter who; ter who,
dr bugaboo!
e Belzcbub, it's quo
y y~ou shonkil ligh~t
:ins Rin't your11 due. i

matts mIr l tao

e other chaps who I
ut late some dismal

A ne ro and lhisw
sesS of a favor ;to
"'Isnae." Uy sc

ongoto ot. I
hllen~pig~q was not
roast pig was ~too
--acd the over
aech could not kr
A unt Dinlah, soc
tacked by cholera
ecd Dpot dlctor'sb

P)lillows, uIr and Mlosa Mattresaes lied.
utculs Utire(T'nt'rablfo ChairsG \Yl 4tn.
Anlders, Shlo et and Tonya Audironr, assorted
urta~in Shlrdes, Candlestlecks, Rockinlg Clairs,
ather. Hair,` Mos E. CARR

+XEl oas val a Pie greaites c 2 useknan su
norld, for which we wnit age~tteverrywhere.
Fullpartiolejlre sentL Biayor, aie
Noav. a 1Y860. 8i as 'L

1( eISI can Sweet P A ~TI:s, Co trectiounJ
English Miustlrd, fine T LII. -...=, Clpers, Piki-
,~u ardiaes, Anlch iaes, LUdee Wait 1, ~chaiic
la, sago, &c.
:April 20 1861. B. E. CARIR.

The. pemaje Pilot. sitruck faces were airound-us, at the thought spend~ thle winter- THE- ~--, AN GEL
BYINIEZE. BlifTERS. that uo plnter hland was near to guide us A gentlemano artist sketchedi her like- When we read thle Scripture hideory of
wlstion--- "I wrishl you would tell me a story, M\on- th~!roughl the dark pa~ss: e below. Thle niess on a leaf of his portfolio as she stood the angels that have visited the earth on
sieur Scorteal," said I to an old,' white- s cene svhichl we find just been called to wit- at the wheel, wrapped in the pilot's coat,-) missions of mercy, we lears lessons which
,.h id...1 iil~lt ..f tile St Lawr... .i ii; het tr oi.l o .J.: .u r:Mil..;...~ ....we I...iitC., wIh t~'lh.: glow Inr he urnd: aD.1 her full I h...eldj marku fa Edd8 8

118 iletr asuh ..telolyrnp ae n uea ew.rpungryng g~apspe II.0 srrg owy ingrs at pm~ing -and example. and~ Ihair brb~na obeore'hafe coal
"'' Lon.aof The hocusekeesper war his nsa. onemadl to diarruesre-o, r.:.rcely lat a qile many a tblesingel~rl wned Ihusnole O ~ ~aed. irjtf'ed VA~tl LU CIril EdIl et' human h~f
.,and L.1, old man would ofuni~ ;ou^~ r ... Froml shA pil wal.:l ~~b.n (f ng-6 Iare w magnilicenr diumrl nd brle, "o. TingE pins.
strifp ; arid njuy k~ociiT~hat,rah: en e:ud finaloly.1. .*TrgoplaloIns ha uperuan lunidepllat Ib he natu ie rft'eeel Chi whoeverT crriniro bey come, the
alog n is abnwhck.wa ndwy b iaulyx+1ab1 us:.u.a.* c: gorie us .?ud Mary,~ ..he oicentrence' r, w preaware,j nerfalatt..n. h awoftruth an
ve, tween 1ontreal and Lacl::nc, r,eas ero.>ml lbruughaf .1~iI,II u pu're.;*,, fha blec, rtohrat..utanerc. after~~r in- rrivrl, in. to ribuk* Ilheir vlelation W\hen the
s oer the kirtchen'k wasways preserved for gaongwy azi cabin wer aMI. j ihd .lh mp~t~ella. uint-r e.e 1'woU6.-s us~.. "sre on 1ronian Mcjiot~rzzr .r~ali 1 Feast .for his
fobrsae Ilis use. H~e tru an especial friend of my women and children, she ,gP Whe>.were board at the tiro: while leadc and trium. noblein anda tlie vulgar joke and vPoluphn.
uncle, and none were 2nte welcomee than IPraing, some weep ~, ~othdis intes,4i pant were ff s praise borne to the ears of ous song filled the palace with revelry, the
rm, hle. Age had crowned .hris head with scored with an agolry too intense for tgra foind parent 014 poble conduct oftlit th armless and bloodlan. Wind open invisible
darty hairs, and many a aboble barque had ance. WVomIGen eag.I.erly lutChed their ch~il: ri but feitreles one who~lhad braved thle spirit wrote his :.p;e.plain~ adsance of bia.
Cormn. uided over the deep water of the belle dren, and husbands pressed their wlives to / danger Itefore which stout hearts and death,apdDLo;z,I ah... refussie Iualusrure.,
r~ II ii'Capadas. their bosomls with only th'e hlope of .];n ag bour 1...* hat quailed with a deadly islasjated the I~hngland I,; al.s taed Oaslb
"Anld who shall I tell youth, lve ?" que. together. Thle captain stood at 110 wI,- 1, e.As.In; r(i Ihis dom. `The heavenlyl mesenger- whai
,aer- ried thle old mnin, as I seated myself by. hris assisted by one of the passefiger, vaid'r%1 "h ~And what bedh~ire of her afterwards?" visited Abrahlam unlder the oak Isanifestedc
er, elo$ de, and placed a bizamingio goblet of ale dearoringo to hold out tothe.Ilust and ggide Ii Iu3ired. his respect for thebyrs of nanure, by past.
ds l~ew; near by hirn to help his memory in review. her until every efforleshould prove fruitless, '!She married an oficor in Quebee, and taking of the milk'offered bfV the ho~spitali-
gedin th~e past. :ti r b le, with strained eye dd aldJsh of. de- her children still live there. One,isr a no. .~ty ofthe patriarely asnd prophet. In the
tru. "efll me a story of. ~them. Lawrrrevoe," 1' spair they gazed th~roughl the almost blind- bRe boy, or rather man now, and plows the history of Enzgar fre find thle un'orftubaie
aniswred, ''aouw1thling real and true." ing storm upon 014* craggy rocks, lifting ocean in one of the :noble brttle-ships .f woanr wR..L.Jsr...g i a desert. Her chikt,
ve:r' Fr uoa mmt be wanus llent; tlhen wiping hligh their gray blre heads out of the was- I.Fngland faint with fa~tigue and peirihing~9tish thirst,
u. Lais ale, he continenoed :- er, and upon which they expecf~ted everyeciehrd si hb
Sthe wav~e, nlatny years ago when I wpas 'emgn al a moment to be dashed t~pieces. A~ BEAUTIHrl, P C'I'llE OF OLD i ryr kd agJpaed~ vn
:ht; boy as to hanrdly recollect it nowran br3irothler Just as frenzfi had began to calm down e gr atl isrr wh mgns htodtat st airway of~e su eoms lando lea she
L igh, and myself werel plnood op board oneh of te i ntoisober, earnest preparation for thle doom age cannot be beautiful: to afounJtainoaf wat~'r inP the .biidertiess.
Fiver SnalUCT ,;S, st,,,,oubiu boys an ia~ tera, wal~ awaited them, there came out ofthe There is naturally but onedisease--that Soit iS fr.,in2 .ir.ein is, Revelations, the.

Solder. That was nearly fifty years ago, did whose head seaece sixtegp summlers had as go out the ~tembers on the hearth, -or, as never $supply spititied tast4 with any h ad
,boats were not.fitted~ up,in, the style they passed. She was of mecddum heighrt, 'arad the candle in its: socket, without pain, erage~thtcan futoxicate. Let womanB be
ng.are slowv, nor were goo0d pilots a thing to be fairasthle lily of hearnortiiern elbneo. She s'hYock, or spasm,- thais iaorth taking this angel of ththge in whidi~ w life- ;
Found -every day. W\e` had run up* and donned a dress gilain black stuff, while pilaisor! Lierl Clytelotls terrleofB~ a @.=i";;L wit aB pe offla in her white=
down several timets, when? one morning, thle cootofy~ thle dosea~sed -pilots was man swit'h totteritag isabs-and griy, hails; i"u.1 hedr sounchtrish of lontemperanc~e il l
,,. allout ion o'plookr, we stoppyi nq Brockrville 112.r.rn around hler slight form. dyiag-tyi0m*4 ilf Ucg fien a la Ir lu~rhd, nlHLlsddlag er ldangereasu`
n, a~a.s.- tkeon boarl as udo l agvrnet11. b al sshemute h aimifc po asa, rmsrm iha tsh .cq.alebl, edn
HO!!- 1..1... toguid usdow therivr tairway ani~d wihe hereaoed ha~ir a d iiph6lldb Iringgut, rl us.. v l,,..w en.. rjv icancer, sh (r .etadftbd otefntso
.. ..e. It was late~in ibe sesop, and we hlad stia us suad, s ihe exlaed ciavoe rihmnalteinicle~y / ig ot byl~ Ilr..nusIC ofb(!. (lr2I.CIn IUarIer and)bCI~I stad em .sword of
SI .."' btrong wrilnd the nitht beforec, lea.vile l .u9la .is, ne. o ld L's~~L9:,~r.. -,es;a g, T): >.:, IUsru lent Clr ,lt:n t*Pghwf

'st, walkr to keep ~the bout in its piroper track, lil know somiething of thii Lach~ine ra- effbbly beautifulis it to arrivea aL heargy I"mad career of sm and
uslgy vilelt it brouughlt us into Bruck~rille two plid, and will use anly best endeavors. to~ buoyant old age, withoixt che or pain, or DOBBS IN THIE ZEGISLATUltE.--Dobbl
ht,. hurs hate! tiautilian usual imle. 'Til c loudrs guide you, althoughL we have everything of s'dness; sunshine al~ays in the face, glad- was elected to the legislature. Not from
overledftl y~tcl n tol wliin winld anld weatherI agpainst us. Let two of niess in the eye--the heart, meanwhile, Long Islaud, but from a district, in Ver-
blew fi~resh adrstrong, whlen. maklinK 1(il YOU whoil use~ tle StTIronget and mlost self wu~llingU up nd running over with human otweeh gahpercimuphe
awrgh;posbe ate e gi ptou f h ar osesd, stanld by mle at the wheel, while sym1Lpathies and love divine, of whom "r myli tlsadwt eri hiee
I' riQLht he anld wYerO oon bounlding: onI ouLrway thle rest invoke Hits aid who' ever stilletts mother sang" so oft in the clear, sweet, -mulin stloksarond wi stenar 'rlno~lut imut o morningif I noticed an anx- thle tempest, to guide our life-laden bark andOi cheery tones of youth and health' Thou h amtifed, hoewas also little intimni
touu lookt on the on~ptaiin's face, which bo- .safely thlrough thle troubled waters:" 'TheC day glides swiftlly o'er their heads' dtdbJte1 A
lit sokte his uneasiness about the floul te. ~ i l o. lrrnols or Made up ofialnocecue aud love, dae y th oucr. s wit ns 10e acep,.
,Jlnation of our journe~y. Asi ndrbno e acls or nd soft andrt silenr as the shade~, red
r white,' e a odnaypsngronage, thle lnd wvaves dashed higher, while Their nightly minutes geonrly move. All thingsr went on smoothy for a timue.
boadan athoghweusall racedthe thlundler pealled a loud defiance to her bQika hi huhs hi oscm n 1r. Dobbs could vote on other people's,
lih ontreall by!pgl fou olok in the afternoonwods. With palllid fdac and lips com- U ut fly not half so swviltc awy; motions, thlough he could not makIe anly
we yp should be delayed until six, if not later. pressed, shte took her station at the wheel> Their souls are ever bright as noon, hlimself. Uoe unlucky day, however; the
o-About tenl miles this side of Lachline a Whlile two powerful menU stood by to aid her And calm as summer evenings be." proceedings being rather dull, and D~obbs
nk co fr~ight. storm of rain coullmeuped, which rendered U i n hopgsdisbsa mdve at ea fir had e An hnterwr i oe hi or ey ato er t irty reconcludked t,
htrere ste alos impossible toe guide theboaat l ended, the life of tim~e melts into an im-
w itlesth ralpoeide tof thanae, the mostlal her, then bidding themu to have courage' ora exsn iswill be seen that Dobbs cominue~d a henir-
terrific in the whole river, wer~e yet to be the boat entered upon its fearful course' A ae smrcodwyosofneoewihsol aeeue
ite pasd h io a n ftebs bounding ornwrd, as if conscious of the As sinksa gate when storms are o'er, hibrhcLeilorto luhwh
tho route, but~a man of passiolnate tempeor, ilam~l thait guided its destiny. H-er orders As gently shutsthe cye of dany, shame.] As Dobbs rose to leave the hlall,
with a peculiar dogged look. Between him wvere given inl elear, loud -tones, while she As dies a wave along the shore." he caught the speaker'seye. The speaker
ih; and thle orlilnary boat pilot thlere existed an todpulyeehreesbihndi To have the lamp. of life thus go out, spoe eitne oadestehue
oldgrugewholi la ceo te4. t a darlra heluue tu til8 ole wouldhile ra o iI o ve u 01 u s annooubabs t ta loud voice dr siobbs.Th

might other. Th!]at mlorning, while passing -one The walter dashed against thle side of the cnteh lokorwlltllllheaussmbled wisdom of the State had their
night, of thle higher falls, they stood together at boat, crownuing her fair head with glittering rshe~els wear out together, and all cease thei; .eyes fixed upon himu. He pulled out his.
thle wh~eel, whern, owing to the strong our- drops; yet still she stood unhleedlln, whlile tunn ttesm ntn;te hr spocket-handkerchief to wipe away the*
rent of the water and the almost exhlausted not an eye inl all that group but gazed in osok opin, otradsae erspiration, and feeling it nesessary to say
if werel thre strength of Main who had guided us al uin~led awe and confidence upon that deli- i0 percptbl strDuggle, o that the, mom cren soehn ebudrdot
pig, whlich night. one spoke of the wheel slipped from cefom dOnce again arle spoke of the ofdprtr b oedol y h os ce,udl the motion."
ome fatality, his hands and nearly caused an accident Wlel slpped fom toe grasp. of hlim who srinigee Rdr!myuhb "'hrlere is no motion before theo house,"

01p, .,ieyd a E u siry eiu adtalurdqo'lssa L ld iti aaf ar wceledtlhanode nr~ d yourexitanmine.--Neckang. sid hie speaker.
wholesome- wenhesnewihie sul which othierwise would have followed its AssorT HATING;.-- Hatemot. It is DOt The silence was breathless.
stogl ad u tilelnce had b en preserve ie d. u swerve from duty. Ouward sped the no- worth while. Yourlife ianot iongenDoughte "L."
toskred, hlard- WhnaottomlsaoeteLcieble brque, and when darkness shut the mlake it pay to cherish ill will or hlard D~obbs could not, think of anything to.
eep p wihc raid, ome tof th iglug alofetge av~e walist rock fr~om our sight, one deafening thoughts toward anly one. WThat if that say. But a bright idea came to hrim, and.
on after the rands the nigtll pi got m ounted t e uppr ec shout rose high sabve the stonei for her man had cheated you, or that woman has he finished with-~
ina. te Ere .o ,d ithe a ladde ando attemted tomae itpe fast who ha*d so bravely guided us through the played you false? W hat if this friend has "I mnove to adjourn."
kill, and the I The wind blewv firlcely, and while exerting shadow of death, forsaked you in timer of need, or that one The motion didn't go,.but Dobbs did,
in. In hris alil hris strength to stay the m~ischief) he lost Sh'e would receive no thanks for herself, I'aving won your utmost confidence, your and riothing, more wls seen; of hliln that
re soul of the his hold and fell, thle leader corning down but biddin~g us "givre thanks to him whose war"enet love, conclud-d that he prefers to Iday.
direeily upon the heald of our government voice ever Iqrtlet the stormu," she retired to COnsiderP and treat you as a str~anger ? Let 46il A nlew attraction has been intrc-
:ome, in, the aid,~ wounding hity pretty severely. Not 1er strite-room, and mas lost to view. it pass. What difference will it ma\ke to duced into the New York fairs. A parcel
of Abrahaml, p:,using~ to look at the mischlief, hie seized Around thle cabin-table thlal ntYouU in a fewv yents, whlen you go hence to of halndsomne girts allow _the gentlemenu to
thle unflortunlate man, and, with lmolnst su- about an hIOUr before we entered hear the "undiscovered country?"~ All who ill kiss thlern for 12) oeents a kiss. One girl
sweeping hulS- perhamBIOU sLtrenewis lifted himU abyve the bor of Mlontreal, we learned her history. treat you will be mor~e solrr forit then 11han ~n sKde $t~hn one evening. One man took;
ed in Scr~iP ten railiig. T he other, quickly guessinlg She was thye daughter of the merchant who you,' evenl in your deepe-t disappointment wor
d cuoughI of li,; mIeaning, and winding hlisl ariS around owned the line of boats, one of which she and grrief, can be- ag "'What makes your face so redll
the trouble." theo necki of his companion, they fell together had just saved from r~uin. Hear mother A few more smils, a few more tears, "~I am a Son of femperance:"
to the boiling flood below. W\e lowered died whlen shel was a child, and her father sortue pleasure, mluch pain, a little longer aIoldeed! I thought the sons drank
he smatde ta the life-boat as quickly as possible, ropes had yielded to her wishes, and allowed her lurigadwryn hog h olntigbtcl ae?
e stated hd were thrown out and every effort put forth to accomnpany hlim in the boat of which he om"e hlasty gr etngs, and arnpc farewells '.In general they don't; but you see I'm
to save thern-but in vain. They rose to was captalin. By degrees she became ac- pn U lay Wl Lplayedot and the a L'buroning andshinipglight.'
n he thle surface of th~e water, still Jocked in each customer to cevery bend .in that beanutful a uae dteinte il eld wy An Irshmanll being asked wbht ta;
oee n their's arms, anld thlen sank from our view river, while calm and storm alike brought go rgot ea. sler wothwhle cae ere to, Amnerica for, said-
on, vento o cr(. sene of eauy tohereye.Shewas ow o bue ech By the power! you may be sure it wauq'p
S9ott, hint- The boat now rapidly rushed on, coming on her way to visit some friend in Quebee, Theireaure 25 Ameriqassuipsat St. Johnl for wan,l for I haed Ha plenty of that at
nearer the frightful rapid, while terior- where her father proposed joining hier to to load yvith degals for England, .horne."

colored exhrorter was called
last fe~vent intercession for th
dying one, th~e parson said:
''May thy lnudmaiden be
better world, the hlandmaideu
of Isane, and- "
"N\o, no," interrupted thle 1
banld, who was but little verse
ture; "n~o, nolthtij Hae he ha.
Isane! ~at's jest what's beep

I R.l 110.h A-H. Stepl
se ie'in Athu to in whicl h1

ti ee,n olu tlll nupoo
field against .all thle mlilitary'
talellour enemies eitn suhmm
their veteran chieftain, (Jen
Blf. "






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Thle 'OLD1 LOND)ON DOCK( GIN" of' Mesbrs. Light, an' F;
en hSZII: cl t,. tl I0~ l yget Ias s Just Ihly
ear'. I her~e frequenrltly preacr~ibd it, >y now, h
tway~s iiii ii dew-hkvl^ qddi~nt le. vlic hylditec- A few~r feet o'
onulsuct of very ca~eful distillation-thee active And hen l
I!inciplel--the jui lpr borlge hcinl so bl1eud we
tind ar~omaticitaor.l LIn tre course ofa prac~tion Afellow of 1
o~f rn years I hav~e ha~d ocension to test malny of With youl
t,he ginsjin thie us1 Irket. and nitler a very enlre(l You curie
zhat 1 1 in .t** !*** ...* Anul if ylou'r
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"B~ININGER1'S OLD) LONDON 110UK GIN" But there ar
possesses all the qualitiep thlat caln beilresired for Be caught or
al~s Ilplel an re$c~ aue~ bf 11 1 nlcg or \loh
of carefu.lly alectorl de delticate y
othe juniper bc~. A~e has mecllowedl allISc-
o esmnlc arIomasl,o nlb 8rn and exquirie harppy posses
II.,; *I~ uIor, whichr rende~rs it deli- they named
s~ii o e eoaus ofu alal~nd iastodalike, whi ecow tr

e n conclusion, the writer must remnark that b0.e,~ asaso
serl Y. mer t gl'l it ade ofti o toj orthelove of
medical profebissin, ras llars of the world ist ing to exceess
Ira ce 1 nla\.lb iet oduc~edl ansliu/oasnlofsuccx working sto1
both ats proevenive and curatfive agent, and a thle teeth; for
hmlan exdi lnratin brethverag.- [Chnurncal feast, wasatt
December 1nd~do ]80~. shte was deem


SATS JRD LY. .IUltil, 22, 1861.
-- -- -
ai Jutes Unrrn Ese., of Palaths,. Fla., is
duly authorizedl to act as Ageont for thea r.
Avousnrun: Exernxi:n, and wi~llreceivenubl-
scripticia, makea collections, andl receipt fo r te





O3F A n

The Tyrants, andl the Uaurper at Wass
Sington are harrying on thle w\ar, behire thl
rI action of Congress onea be! taken; theyi seem
Determined to leavre nohingll for Congresl!:a
to do, but rote r~them supplies of' money t~
carry on the war. Soiub of ta men> or
wili doubtless go there.forthe purpose of cle
.liberate onlsideratiou of the great p.rilo;f th
Country; thle Maryland members of th
House ai-e instructoJ to gor for the r~ecognl
tion of thot uther i onfederacy. nlsul

peace maspure4. Mr.' VALLaANDIGHAl
of Ohio hlas already announced similar
iu 11tentions, nod others wil doub less b

majt beirnn mi lntho teQlus ohbl t
lrabid kind may prevail, na meet, orilyt
vote the necessary supplies to carry on tl;
wgtr. h any event LrmDoL has foresta~l

chloice, unle~ss they proaced- to extremiiie
wit! hi~m. Weall uravthe States leftia thr
old Unioll~take ahlar at ,these eneoroada l
merits of arbitar~y power. In Missour
blood hasbeenlshed, nout by accident, "bu
in a cool deliberate plan of Ocorl~oin: Ith
effect of this shedding of blood, even o
women and inulocenlt children, will not Be
lost on thle people; armed men will spring
as it were from thec ground as aIvengers of
this blood, and asserters of their r~ights
In M~aryland enocrohchmen~ts on almost ev
ery rlighrt dear to the hearted frfieeme~n have
been perpetrated; there too the sluouldler-
ingfslmes may burst out at anly moment
indeed, the car uuly alreldy de
tect the notes of preparation. They mis
take thle men the~y have to deal with;
the wounds they hiave inflicted are too
doeep to be hlealed, thle blood shecd- has not
been in vain, and the0 names of thle first
martyr~s to our cause will be a. watchword
in thle huuse of peril and victory. For
whait ureo they fighting us? for the Union!
.a Unlion of what? of States and lauds, writh-
out regard to hearts anld land~s: between us
and them now roll a1 food stained, deep
stained with thle bloodryof our cherished
ones; our brotherJ blood wowuldl cry from
thle ground against uclhan holy alliance
ally ourselves ever algain willy the muurder-
ere of our loved ones--npevr! necver! never!
1Yhen once we have luooked in theo face of
our dead butcher~ed by thlese iunvders, the
muemories of former ties become not only
wovrthlessas the weeds which r~ot on
Lethe's -shore" Amut absolutely loath~some
So also is the tailk of figh~ting for the Co,
stitution and the Llaws, equally absurd, b

< o, an whos eeotrae is mrke by dr
violation of bthl. Whlat then remains?
the Flea! WeL have hea~rd the changes
rung upon this, till we are sick- of it; muds

batte woul it hve I~ell f they lt d B

in peril of dishionor. There is nlo sir~tue
in a mere piece of bunting~r, it is the prin-
eiple it illustrates which made it dear to
Amlericaus; thaut viola~ted, what is it, to us,
more: than iny other? W'e are absolutely
n:;aueatedat this bombhast about tee Star a
an~d strip-s. We ha~ve takertour stars, ald
thery are welcome to the stripes an~d wvhat is
left ofits stars.. L can no lonlger be a
n~atter of pride to hlonorable meln to serve
a Flag, under which, in the hands1 of this
vile set, have been already commuitted aets
which thea sepays would plm~ost blshn to
aIcknowledge, and whlichl it would be a
shame for us eyvn so much as to speakr of

SECRET. AGENTS. B1R Lft es ,Wew about thre hunldld kiilled. O.ur loss is H-)D s. R. Ma~lory.
W'e are new engaged hlas war wiith the reported: to be seventeen killed. The Montgomecry Conlf~liderne of the
people of the Northern States' -a war which ST. LouIs, June 1 .--Gov.u Jackson Among the killed' onl the enemy's side 7thl inst., says: This distinguished goutlb
promises to be one of the most bitter and' bles ipssue his proclamaton declarinlg that wars Col. Geo1rge Duryea, the formerCB Cok manchas been at Pensaeola within the lasts
bloody po record, and there can be no pre- outeragesunlooked fpor ande npaallelld of the New York Seveath Regiment. He few dhy~s. 16~ has been somlewhant debllir-
.priety in permitting travelers from tihat liv enifitduo h ec n as in command of the Now York Zauoe~rvu ated by fever, but will' be- abLe* to go to>
section to pas .unquestioned. No mastter dignity of this Communowelith, and upon (TZ00 in number.) who parrticipated inll th Rlichmnond at an early momelnt and reaumn
in hatcapcit amanmaycom amngthe rights and liberties of the people by engagement. When h:s colrumn reeled, the dutiesof his honorable posi i an.
us, untless hre hlas passport, entitling himl not und~r thle authlorityv of the Federal G-ov- anc eo ran atem ou re, Daryea en aom Tibsfrn Alwo kans~s oys.-One ;iof h ie
to travel at will thlrouch the South, his oe orlyte.A eavne ocmaisfo rass o n ig~a
p~ne i inthepuliejai amI~rsoer fenment. Thle solemn ennetinecnt of your wards our trenlches, hie was shot thlroughl in~conl~uulncadeby('sptai. Croelst, a grand-
Tra unil onc oherdisostio onbeLogislature hlas been nullified, your volun- the hleart. The Zeuayes imlncdiately see of the fthnuus Davy Croocktt~. The-
mande of himu. It is useless to talke of: the teec soldiers have beehcn arresled, you~r coml- turned ald itd in, every direction, our com1pan'Y carrIy a bannr upon whic~ .Ip.
mercer with yo~ur sister States sulpprefssed, roso~iltl~ ~aso~ pitnear the: 1 inlscriptun~~ Be sure yol'ret
law ofhositaityAn nem isan ne-trade with )ciar own fellow-citizaus sub- Threeoops puruing emor a shrt md pistac.rgh:te g ha

hae b en hil North. we can niow regard evrr man wej~ soldiers, peaceful eitizens beenl illplrisoned Inlndi~d in person7, and that hiJ force a say~h-at Col. knldorson will take no' mili-

sesld excess s bel ot sev ea vlh l b 0150 EG~ t~i .cotof0~

eIratc le mStates,~~ from upoeratdi comvica uneadheSteG hsfloe(H8.W of thed NorthCroi
dtikons bein naidetbo h ligem by wanderhi yc~ ovrne -Rgiet,;asklled. Heu~~ was, formerly; h..r.Nichal o the ijatholo
saw fj* Ral~~~~Tbyo dhere slbatth sd i pated I~ mu ansdato Richod.Cale i c t t n p
Captarin Bopknstc and the Fr~crarort- bati~on by raor d hismal of Hrny, andcoun- (wet Carli na Re oniX entl! we 1Eveel t of 'S a"hdfet
itis o ctod osn~i~ra~l9 mencs~ ed poroeedaings utte~irly hotie to theoundt ed. 3rlr moud.RBO tl Ne
Theoffintpoceur of eep Catiil~ in f the MainAbareordt. s Waivi the t dinit ofn Mis-' s en edbaka se~. piltdb icf qie t~s nii
tillery haingur Loecome vacant b the rfesi- souri I, soiie uitriw wt o. M BLBJn 6 epthsrcie li h e Ggo h ulpbihd
n~atio i Cataen, Geool. C. Go ns whanoa CinLonsPc arrngd aeproposaition moen honor- here fromS WVashin onstate Noth at e. e eshs ensupese ybeA,
t now bin~ lle Coi~nfedeatAmyb an election abl o the Fedtera Goverdnment than, ito- RScmott saas heilled ~ occup Richmon al IBr lioNistad its editllaor, Mr ordt, fre
e~ wa eda "otMron"b re oful aissori tha fthe Fgrederaits woulFd esupis bythe1 of Jui~lyln Chre i oto"leave. ulili~lae~ e
Col .ece Rooms~, fo~h puros offlin ihru w I oul!men plifede uts dself o; dis- s Andas Expre~css Company cotiue to US Iutis alicattte~ :Tcohat on this

Hortiums ws noinatd and was unut nti- ls to thir political opinicy adouwould r- uivleKyudeUie Saeenlfthrgisso (p b-,oft
o spously elete-essaltempts a ttcl an insr etion anife a : U 8 mn w al ru ry h as tchre ason Iin-:
i~~ ~ ~ Ph ofhe Cofeert An ton of~o G D,~eact T~iiaRtl ioiy b 1s
s Mr.l~ Hori ssf hentered vclthe y U. l rs. 8 Nava l~ nec ssyto icite rr outerir th t so lede 1 E o v.Hnr y~ A. Wie I~-D sscis reporto d to l Prnie is c ommu.IL I1;r of a s ~eesi n. i
Seriesn f a year 184 4 Cnn, wils Mis ipma n e, wou dcuallo crd asistinc lle. Nohngl be very f 11. .Psti~o sate tat el. ry companyiu en Loupprnialle. ba.~
e and~ graduate ofd a rtF th y Na al Co leg ion An-butadee toavi the horrnl orsen t tof Icivil Ans Ieal attac oncp f lrp r'su Ferr isex-l, a'dt dto,4r ~1, ocd
e nrapohlp in 1847.t 11e served ptdurin the wai ri cold have ind ce the sed alB h wnshat In p\ectedIli lis ah tdtl ,ni ife ITen sey

li- wI~rar with Neio inathqiom and Pacifir prs oposiroitica Teepopoti~nons--ul were uilc The Cofdera iate rocdrv Sare detesl ftheuse a~lso B Ciho l;It)\i.t ad hinisci
Squadrons, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ U an eindi coe 81.wekd ie osaeitaohrTemph. wr InlloF bulrn by il disoneed negro : aris Capc.Hris( t givresus pleaure eonluets by calng inonuti 15,00 Fftn hude op r arriving ati but by white Abaltonst FC )

r- no teve ;lo rftil 1 198) bl Mada ril yh~ismn woulti to iog~repl the inv ader R~tlnr I b chmon daly. tu.S Itrl:1 ill said htAril l. Petn h
r~n st "u a~dyl y t or e is,;ol o un actid nd-ht ~ ie to roI H R AN, o.- te 15.-Statef m:ciily hll be~lieve hattc n P~lesida en y D is wilS iitai pihsbenu-n l
ei ~p~ir of fi47 Ie, soone taken connan off 10 coldhae nt... J..c Ilri llt ir..r~! bIsnl uen31 ~ei n atle aisicrt I; i ncxsa be-t

e- WrFtol avemic a e're y~osl an Ilatihi Tree oaitag withe Ly()ou' ios saf:d50ol .ie Conlfederate Cro-uionlt~T'aer haveI L[ d"1UI;'~ t~IO studio e lt ru (WealylII~
inUd if unnew ,ll 1?ilto d die l by er 15ide nienad: somelc arile baree lef forotlo alc~oplo point uled b isu lrnel ne;
s rp.Iorls s tfic nz &'c"~ le rtcilis tof'r b e oli~ng otriu 1GOO wi son huuid trin ofdnt ts cI rr~gapte bt b he otoe p.lta afcompny 0
e ** se p~y ---- :- te ib issovi u dr British>lo. B' s d e ty futi'regi rsti,~l BI Yghto -l
goo tdy acou .nt of te sl ve.iTe bridges ove therC Paci'io Ra lroad At Cair they t are earflcl o ,fi an l atta A f ntui Sa le o ia l

ij arUThe Weath uner, h Cropss buria la~ a ntl eo ee ot fro th Sutli iln 8 ufc $ss~ .n ti itrss of tie
e Tes Skbtiiies av bending bightncJsa Waspel:goty, Ju 4-TeFdr- ~ N~aiu esoe, Jun 11Theeletio ee.. A Wesru isui1 irt
f popiios oeroprspingng mattuing al~itsalorre giaed poonl~lushintoad Phir- j.Thrugou phce u lilqonpassedo annii. ully .L Yor _oe as htfr n ;o
et crops;ul nor hav thpey t with ie the~ nede fax.tyfr quiet Thtc vote of~il~ Npraahi ate lgting thuglOne Ilthater birin the thee of! -ta
f i rain, n t h~le rle spr ieof unwontedl more. 24'J.~ll Elve othe prduct inthiscouty
e abundnes. TH en fitrst ~day to stal ghe l prs ThL'e Poots tiho Dearmntae enn g~ o sepall1 D.,,,,i,,~,,,1~II I.i lrat.ion 33 aga~liinst SS. Oner To ll~~lUEnwxa~lll orWsivs c.-

wal gave ussm ftefnetsoeso puc tmst ode otls hs prec le fin. Ro tsn ounty giv~l.~~c es fo pr co l d t h lis p~,:~realtii d r,:lpt~ 1 Cg s
the~~Ti season. Corn isl safe, andlo is a~r brehl tteStsprtion l 4'0 gin~e 1. I thecit of an vt~lh- E~ iloi~j i ai rr s unration, -i

ing otao We alhr te assredta oyu lag Mtins~ PoR, n il eo uin i tion, 4 o epeettin n aUin titenmlsovrarn odinwae

arps quant hlasnver been pilanted nor re, h the Potomac isj narow T Tet Tine ruioofhe State, soi~l f rar l Fsher d sImpi forllr, hrlut a~tol cie I im cpthat
eghohod 4 SeaesFreor nd Rsoue are Jborn iso narly r~pzunan;;imous The~ Sa::ie. j il olnt nur~I ry hi nl.tU IL!IJ ln-
midns-oi 0fc Lthefinestilav. or ndin gratte w I i lth th ~ iirt-w pondeS havelt goet lreyecsi
S Iabu, ndance are now pofsor ofo sa le. eahe, r even i com leteon Igecn uacK, MA l~llt une 1 -T en thout .\ J D t 1 1
Egga pes, arec rapidui~tl ly s rip lenig Pcc! 'lron b'orntlic IMon ltgome~l ry ~cutyi, Mt~.'" sad ortheprnersi~ l a1~,r alre b twee Green eas le mt1 at Lrinden Alabunas and subscr
It~f .-r o un o i be dete ta ion. veii~ry man repreWsetthatl~ veitie ofever dul le~scrtlu ion "i ~ d n l~h~~* Chambers de(! Flut 35 balil s ofII cotton~i~ forililU. the I use f t
rie pectsol the ll prs ths bleen a1r remarkabilygt hldade wthLL armsil an prvsin, pas arry. It is r tedlls I:tl it f o ITt n~ n~v~ a101 I1 ST Jiele l 0 ens
frup Qritful se sason Th ge h a thof hopl ula- singthroughl from Baltimor va Ciliesy a- a""is va u ted.adt atte fo~slld ijJ rce I'" fo m r y e l ~l. o Ior.u s t d~u, h~
ion has beena g\oo; arendsrr thelts p ur~evaln pek C~ana~ilfort Southmie ernors, yu teio', ha been vcocentlrateo, d at the For. T~lruol Arusicu S~ulna ougv olra Fu ~tsc;.
temperatures might well bee termecd theu peruk ThePresieto the Cheol~ s apeakea CaINa l~citro fteSae ob t Thelnl Firench gove Irme have! Ii~ dtermine

Actiundonof Summe o fr r weaher. veca, ribited Genpitu. Jonon t 1rersFer, Hesros, ir, J~une 10, DiP.-To- thou senOdl) out atl suitdronl aos the~i At)latr;
As regS'P"~ards su.pplly iesoffod;aslong asremons rating agonainst esrucin oda ngtborureromn~ a11 buiesvstfrth pirotain, ofblas Fede's aume'iee.l
we get potaoes aenid cornfrot i ourg film n dy bouectts thtrlii soeu~ e 1it~ lsno the blook adn sctveamers bricngingthe / ei3 bLse ons cotnf o Ilat e nt fr a o f p lad
rr andc the finesnt of s fish fro or ~atrsbl w aen Joh on's matll ructio~s, we~ere todetry Dl 4takilnent of the federaI~lf navaloi~leersP th anufdltony antitescro Ths~loop ct Norv

[coMMUNcAlioThED took~l pineetl esterday ne altlore Beth Churel hr smchseuainhretsih el oay enuiT
to l ben, etwe n te~r~ilu eilcanlfnr Sowpt News ndly Yokois towepflther:u thet crwill bore torlleatda oigalsh a ott editdo
Aeipru~ ordl~rt wl of A emdvice. pe Telve hunres dn Southl lern estrop uande ae. eoi ni nvral thaio ls be uootu c t th if sur prs in" theevnt of a EurLO.Y op POcon-
DEARio ExAMI NER:-One wc t hler 411 .M ay te Col. Ba lnkhad li M .agrud r, J wee nerl" theya asre an, swift e tajiatia Mu-T fo1 tlo. Thisi u the reason whyoskes ac hlusing
last, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~I I unse o ihi omic eakontehg rudaon h o-hss tof wars tof be r~clnl isatrceothptle
tegi on ~ tr head d as-ab ve-; and-se i eldd I an *L ithds ai-1. to. rs., b,,,,,,.,., oli reaoes brngn tihy Uhet tieplla crcts anak ne

ouit to tio Ofbl toU YORlrer to frile ,of up.M h eavellln tlos on the enemy's soio~de our loss aserpio sas Turne6 .a Ilo Ri
ave mooal"and ews deiet t<*ipdh e beava ingOfdrt rosegodwr n isiued of theseciousry alu me in oka TB II Q~rO S'l.
give t af plac inyu aubepp h irst Northun Ca-drolina segment thew am rk of the b 1 th inst we truefri frmo~npdnict of hos ranking, wereO place
Oursiser ity Jacsonill, s oul Impton (V) Battalion, and onethc Clcom ul isin the letes f wncrrspn- o robanon c an dional upnt -theirl e
ac i tismattrJIAE. atel one sta lc spn fteRimo oizr.Tedns near she camp. Bt he ma sta~~t e string to r figh the South. utsie
bc l t h e e e yta e ren ~a~ct 0 ew v ar d sFN orld y Ne se the alr te e of e o il ro e rt a te adv nc 4, o u EC s o in t d a r .s
"Nou Verros? X. Ydic." Z. lv mlnr~ oter ro. en onats T ourines. i niera cat intfurysdi are araed an a rms against tose-
DrsICHOND JuneN~:-O 12.-Th news~a about 24. Thatloa therue saidecott qut sr f faot. Ihspher,.ansoubtfuloodic olet he ut
lat M fr. E itr 1 x ec yo qull i e ~freelyf ~thedefa o f the Yla nketsuo aton B thel se s in, hi las nddesntheia e lhranud nbas d it m tesw il baLe i sre een
wtenith see al of i tou feo -itizn, as tod th bs C urh i onire i llsusanil ar o a t alwh il hear"-; him that:'Ldru~i? h dr
madetol of ~parn ourselves tof to amogtice us ticuars. 1:6ses on t ha e enemy'ssd fourty hs theSecssionists tin n a~o brap.~ ,..asp, Iv ~
ontil snme sncal tacoue sbcojfiehuded stroup whitenslil~l machng bw Sd Thtour slderius hae f ngained in -lgr The V~picksb ourg Whi Bsays:
the p~llu whheul emtormiseigthe et resu lt, fore day ohMonday mrorigups he paen Geera ll Beawrtegrd, sy a commanderin E~hav seas fhrtlue and rinklea orre fom th
oie t( tea pa i or ternable peres e ts e f insul were eneoutered oat Begi~nthe( Churchwhom they have a lst.m real i f confiene. Stted of Arkansas aswa, evere plroced- i
tou ~itak an oth to clsuort te, C stitutind elevetn(V. mils ey ampton,;n bye Magru- Iuls~u h etrso u or~o-llou rbts.n Ifwened thea arotice it a bea-
Gover,2m nlnt of ath Confedrate State of c Aeic a. dr, wiLhP a ibout fitee hlundtzredmnA-. Judg~nt~-~:ie Douglas leaetwo a chikeen hiuYad them. t
nol onewo maswl oad our gots hne ~t ovner by hisill first wif Mis Martin, of North th
mtenst( wouldr hesttt take an oath oof aleganer ad spiite combat ofe but short1 duato '000 gnau:( tLewi Cavie hasoneetributed $25,-
and~U any w o~naght rens or decin t do o, hee my r de aed nd p r ed o me n C oln tou whom es wa arid nA ril> ou f hs perivtyed fortun e fo 3 e quippin
f (i be Is & o t 2otfdraamils owad Haptne Zby-T our vicorous 8a 6heanmarr solidct As lutere1 o Io la ther Mhin avunteerundd$100,000 oh r-
aBto s to carr ti "iyo takerop. Thfear loss is e'stimat nted by Mr. Washingo Citypne, whd o sres him, buheirae kqul absee So sny, theral Neorthernd a
wirl evenlof urrlls-ities ~ ot bc~ CJI..I is Al C~on, f Hampto n. anl eye-wtanes, parIto by whom e ha s n~o child ea li ing. tha he ers.

Enghaeh oommerciall Views of
American Affairs. 4
We olip the followfing from thle M~ont-
g;omery Advertier: Latu pnper~s froml th~e
commeroin and manufacturing districts of
Eng~land takes a very glaoomy viewr of: aIffir~s
on this continent. They itecinl them their
own fivoaoial distress anld downfalil. It is
Irot alonec the cotton maonufaeliting ~jinteresb
of England which is likely to Htuffer b~y thre
continuance of a watr in Amercicn; the malnn
macroneis of woolcn, of ir~oln ad steel will
feel theL blow, through/ hot na sensibly as
thlose wlhilch are ircntty dependent upon
the itekh of the Southl fou support. Tle
iurnillal of Wo~lverlanupton~i dIlr of Sheof-

olir~ l lt in E ng nt wilr ~~ ,1 l IIim a

a tlt I!e~ lid~ f rpnet orx roine sr
rtween th NIth a!: nd Silb?-8fouth is potried o
ona e, thlie msulru rr of cel~ II *cin mu
thngofte kaini~ id pevoe r bef ore known-
Whitle the sports of thn e Soutifry are bloka
Norhemiljrn li pts ar close by the o1praion L
ofe the 3Deviifl ~Tor rift Efnglad lnnt u.
pectok make her usual ershtpFgetents and
frmthisJVUh county Ther efoic eer though
T. l~her suptyoFt confr the Sutle lof h
fact~-rritls soul rminilol' ndnishe ald she
Soutldtl~lsu por:1 genly by thelos of ~irone

ir~t is reou~bere;1 that Efo~,nga buys nntugl
hlralply of coSuh cotton va tlue I at ove h
one: humi~ls~re gan Jtly mi llons i of dollee
l~t fbacc in quatityr suf~eicient o urishte
of English goveruhnr ln import duty of over d
twl~Ou tyillin Yofti dotollars, n hat al te

lurpeutine used in thle Kingdom comes
fro~nibe forests ofNolrthC;arolinl:l, thle in-
terest lu thle affkirswf this coun~try, maifeat-
ed by tife peop~ f Egland is easily ne-
counted for!. It ir no exaggerat~ion to say
t~t: dat resix mill~ius of people inpro -

exribtene of so nany men, womesn and
ehildrenl, anld h~undreds of milliiuous of dul -
Iden errorth) vailuab!e >ional tv rletl dpen-
muonst inense anrxiety Plhould be felt; or that
tle joulrnals in th~e interest of those morst
e ru~in to be ruined by war, shouuldl Ilook
wlthIFOUIJ gloyforeboldinSY to theL fltUrle.
Some1 of thehe journlS lsave lino no heailm.
t~ion in denlouncinlg theo dictator Lilicola, as
the cause: of th~e presout dliehulties, auct
'theyJ c;all upon the E!Iglishl Goverum~lent to
reco-nize th~e indjepioendone of thle C'onfed
erlse, St Ite', as the s~or~test way of scuring r

A! the? pressel r ty it ij co:ntneorce th~t
Srulrsthew~orld N.tionadolonoon Iow oto
wa;lr or an irlea. TheI1 people of Eng~land
ir:: umainentlyl a prac:tical people, aInd they v
wi:1 not allowp aSiCklyT Setime~ntality con=
cernin~g slavryl, to control their action, and
~o.aun~tt thlem to aI policy ruinlous to thle
increalntile and manufallictu ring inlterests of
th> King~dom. It isdoulbtless fo the in-
tensc~t of E~ngland aud Europe to hnav peace
on thiis sideU of the A.tllantiO bult failing~ in
pr.u(:urirlg thatl theCY mIust at I~let conltrive
s~o'le~ melthod~ Jobtainingll -thir necessary
suppl':y of earton!, tOtacco anld turpendliue.
Thesear::iciY s Eng1landi mUust ha\e, and tre
j~ournasi in thle manllufacturi lg intlerest,
iUekeid as they will be bry theo capitallise of
I ln country, and urgCed] on by thle milliols
Iof need. operlaticivs will havle ar powerful
infiulume ini determnining thre policy to be
pu'rPued by thle English Gouvernment to

;r..tN To ;HAI;468.TATE J EFFP I)AVIS -

u i 1. .. in Willard's H~otel, last
nig Ia n ,I,. of nea~ galthered neai
wo~, andr, en agBing ini e mealt colonvenstion,

jieL at any, was, and heC wlll do it. Htis
pllan is to, pot l better of introduciljon fruom
rsome lealdingS aoressionist hcre to Jef.
Ilavis; thlen to visiC himU at hisP romsn ir I
yourL city: and ask frapivtfiedyi-

t--We warlnl ye ocrday LIlt a b~j e r litSee
un -ble s=- rerl further palrticularrs.-K~r l.L.
8rps~, Yth,

-.i-~--=--------=--- I-~-~-~_---~-~

i _

n sc gtes adIael 19 4 17

22By cash anidl Rh n ol

lilay e 14 r 0 s setyh~l's aL
ionglo thisday. 223 4.17
tL cas~ORh 10i rr a
postng for' quaristeren

ing t4Uysh pis day as provide

Thloyrn her month yal-
iulowki osty. 24 4.00
LL:LBy canh paid Mosely his
secash patidg scoofng 2

ceig for quarter endin

ening thlis d y 013 pmro
iedfor b~y Resolulinnoft

shanl hsslaryto datei. 2 8 2.09
By casllh yaid city Mar
kets~u for monthlqeddin
thislccl day. 29 2.00
"L By cnash pid expeselrs

I imB1!~ Gome a lave for
theft. 30 4,25
"I By calsh paid prrich ts fu

acured bef a Mag yos Cu
cour for "Eve lar slave

Swthin theciyformo'.hs

Tamismixe's Co on:
O eedipgtis $ ar Ca. ~

ofth Conity of Pit. Aongetn.
unl1, 1859' 8( l ah2 .

slohIis daay t nt.2 29.28

lien s 11 or months receive

'- arom cgaityhcdb Coprtio

forhe ire of te banse i--

_ ~ ~~~_______~ __^~ _~~ ~~_~ ~ =_~




To balantce on hand fr~om first.

f elY.P enl a as eo. For'8 days
hire of jpril for Lawrence
slavue of V Sancher. 1.6

Jil j ri *oo aade a1 e
a ." orce aRhILCI fronm Cri rt> 4.
bal lilavefo Ir ~ienlse to
se~ll apir~irour Lirl" l
hy. they"''' set d upwards ll
FrIl. le 1IL .C~ 10100
"" T.I c!ash re.J1 alLn mm i'

"1i~ilt~ l or ilge l la to 1

F~~iitm vieiqlqmst by the

d.b Feb 180sl to 3rd Augo.
18t!il for 0 months. 5.00,
ooall Iritarl by oy
insrt, being amtL. contribute
tedl by C'ounlcit on thre 2r~d
Jan for relief of FR PoI'r-
ter anl inlligent person. 15.00
hl r. 2 To cash ree'd won \Yil~
lims Palcetty for ~iense
to sell spiritulous Liluors
by the qua .runl aps'
Feb~j 1864l, fOr one year. 10.00
'* 8 TIo ambl of frne imp~osed oil

City. 5,@
'L14 T alnlthrac'd frolq Daniel
J Mick~lor City Mrshat ln
eUilgn Revenulle from lI ieef
and? itsh )2Jrke.rsI fo r
m a shi ene thlg is r d ayy 2247
LewiJ Col'dl an-d pa~id by

LI :(i TOI4 .~lee f1r car/f Li- P*

Ilu 27tint1 eS 18 tomb 3.03
\ To ame reo'd for ear~l Li-
veesa fr1onl Mrs~xC tiolann'

Yyr. 0 al re0~al .00
-ber a. oldl C'ulli hei!ld-
ing:. us 3.00

.2E f~l ,, ,,e.ta, he ~
hfi;A ril to 7thl Iact 1 01
si 14 1 1~ll 5.00

nlairkers for thea moIUlh
enldllng lhis day?. ii.8
'' "Tlr .lsl ai Crees* 20
cls Iper dar red-1L for c >:s.
tidII~ing F~jr nk, a lCv 1.0
1.,&... *- t

j under dng .



June 9 1861 ---
;' V. Ef~kll~BaiZ

h msjs eure to makle to order, in the mos9t fash1iona5ble and
Sllisfaetary man~ner.
December 1 1860.



TXILL leave Phalatlik ~L ur Tryaup u6 A. nt

AI. anld Savalunall, Frday at ti, P. M~. arrivng
at Charleston Saturdayp morning.
Passageu from Palnl~ac and P'icolata to Chlar-
letn.* Jacksonville to Chlarleston> 8,,
** ernandina to Savannah. 4.00
to Charrleston, 6,00
'* SaVannallh to Char~leston, 3,00
11. J. TAYLOR,

II. L. ~HStO, n~dG .
charrles on c. C
March 1 18G1. Sm 8

TIIE undersigned offers for sale, on eansy,
te~rm heor interest in the Real Estate of
MOS3ES E. LEVY(deceased) late of Florida._
Comprisingr someoof the choibest lands in this
Statea. For particulrar apply to 8. L. Burrirtt
.Iackso~urille, Duval County, Florida.
gpril l3 181. St.- R. A.PRETTO.


Obs ~f c Botices? ""ND FOR ABPECT~IME NU.1ER OF
10% anld after the let day of June next B~T $~:
Pi lod go on L lters under; iO moiosti ILLUSg~TRA ED

i''' ~ an" ''''""'"" LA DY9'S NEiE WS-

n a wecr~br Ind Exp r g-tactuabeani- PAPEP
We kly, Tri Weekly ndi Daily in Jroportion. THES GNLY LAD1Y'S NEWSPAPER. PrUBLISHI-
1. .. ..-- 'I. .,,. I..... Ai iate ED IN THIE, ~TITE STATES.
LA1YRANBCE ANDR~IEU, Spessimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re
Post Mlaster. ueip't of a three ce astmb Ag O

Nv.3.Il2 South TIr IS a .e


w IIU1IBI$~~~ I~obinson Cooper, BilfrMoc

a /Thving been made~ satisfactorily to appoir
a fidarrit that Ithe defepde~nt inesidin
rn. ..r ui u Isrann circurwi o

QHESNTFI T GR~OVE HRISE .Y. 3lr,, l ,r ~l.:1 a~d~ii dn-
(;The PudstU e dici un al gent' ever 1. .r v. I ,;' r "" '"t n' ''.. r- .. ..... br....
:;- ';:h... IIk I t. lr 5 .. ...rrF r jnu a Im.,. 6* 1 J I" 1- r .. 14. It < C. C..g
"l-ba I l ... l s. ... .... ii iI.: same time -rof this order, be published .I ...r.
mlaeiii bbog, edits carl ble d tom some newspaper, pu lishred wi slu Mlas rouu .
off an the conumluity, and whichl is injurious tg I, John C. Mcoilillan Clerk of the C'ircuit
body $qu moind. In addition to the certificates Court Eastern Circuit of Floridr do hereby cer-
beneath, hlehaereceived a Diplomts from the tify that thle foregoing is a true and correct
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCrIETY,. and ad- copy of order of our Honorable Court, and that
ditional testimony from DR. TACKSON, of Dos- the original is not on file in my office this 14th
ton, who testifies -under oath to its absolute day of Feb. 1861.
purity. JOHRN C. McS~9LA 'Clerkl. '
CERTIFICATE S. StAgsieerr 1. 181 Wods, De xty,
Philadelphin, Sept. Oth, 1858
TWe havezrarefully tested the samnple of Ches- Tax, Collector's Sale.
nut Grove lWhiskey whichl you sent us and flud YT Virtue of thle Powuer in me vested oy, Law,
tha~t it contains none of thle Poisonous Substance I have levied upol. and shtall offer for Sale
known a~s Fusail Oil, whichr is the ennmeterisric' on Mondity the 8rd dity of June next in front of
and inljurious ingredlient of the whliskeys jun the Court*Hlouse in th'e City of St. Augustine.
general use* `oetween the usual hours of Sale. A Lot in
BOOTHI, GARREI T & CAMA~C, Ma~rin Street, nassesed to Malrgaret Cole, for
'hnalytishn Chemists. year 180i0, said Lot is bounded on thle East, by
aeaayeNew Y kl, Sept rl, Istit ye 1C sn9, MS~~ hbyeLot of T. O. Hlolmes, ald
Wh~iskny, received from Mlr. Chariles Whar~ton, Unless the Taxes and Expenses thereon are
Jr., of. Philad~lphial, and having carefully testedl paid before the day f Sale.Shf x f.
from pisluolesedor sltuerhtitus Rldnes. thLyf Tax Assessor and Collector of St, John's
is an unusually pureanud line flavored qualy of County. March ? 1 61
w"hiskey. JAE R HITN, } nhdtya 1le is postponed until the first

A~naly~ticarl Chemist.
:hnve iiadc a chlemic: anliyi of c on r-
cial samples of Chlesnut Grov Whiskeyr wviqih
poroes to be freec fromn the hleavy Fusil Oils, and

usdas an a. IlxE~~ll u., B s e sy~cr, TH~E STElAHER
N 1, Boylston Street.
For Sale by P, IE. QA~LLte ~ iaa~s

Sept 8, ... ST. AUGiUSTIKE,

Set ,$TEIF' 16**. Oa ai E.R IV

l' i tueof at ifxecqtion :ilssoLllout ofti Bl118ll B.P ~EB
Cir viit mFth;olitohontierof Volusia and *-

~I ornond altrw date 1shil dpr myrno4m ,~

cont doaei"". t l Jdgleof Pob te hfS
ohns ont nd oak for final discharge from

St. Augustine June 22, 1801Adiitao

IIX m~onth~safter date Ishall present my AT-
)3 counts and Vouchersu as A\dministratrix of
.=' ot(F CLEN(TIO LEONARnDY late
PhlillipsB Ju .e O I#ut~led o -t..J>11o's Ollf(-
and ask f'or a findl !ischar~ge fr~om said A~duinis~-
traltione hum IOSA LEONARDIY.
------ ----

SIX Months irter date I will present my Rnal
L~ccenti an1'i Velrbrs as Adminstrator of
.l Li5. I. .~ iin LIfURL1ERT Jr. to th
'.'II I i'. -I .1. Johr's County, and ask!
at nrluns .J...; A1.n Said A1 dll i lmion.

n~nill/ a 81

T~X Months after date the Unu resigned will
theJ < ethi rin eacountsan l rouchlets ts
Executor of the Estarte of LADES4~) LDAEY~ES
I Into of said County deceased, andsat' the saLme
.timne and place ask for his discharge.
January 518O1.. Executor.

SIX months after da 1' skha present my
~Qaccounts and vouch 3 as Executor of thle
tEstatle ofeJolux I ysiaes lte flt rohn cau
Johns county, and at the same -time ask to be
dtelherged from the administration of said

blrh8 81JOHN BEAR~ID, Executor.

SLL pqrsons hlavrm claims against .the Es-
A tate of ois EI. I'rysdalo late of St. Johns

s'o awev, er ali notice will be plead in bar of
And all persons indtbbe$ to thle Estate areo
requested to militimmediate payment.

Alg 2,186L IRVIN DA ID tor.

C~months after ddce 'I shK11~ pDly to the
+rf Jug lfPoae of P 00 usl Flaii,
ttae ofMOSEJ E LEVY late d County

Nov. 3 80 Adu im.tatr

11,000 Sub1scrilbers in al Single


JF R 1 8 6 .

NorwrraISrANDING h great monry evi iut
throughout the country, Tus WEEsKLY1) I,- OOKu
has rcive ag e a elve tqea u} an shsi 0 ,
over the corresponding month of last yealr,
Thepublie ntindis evidently 1,. .; I
problems of the destiny of th. 11,.. .
thlis Continent, and repudiating the delusionls
thiat the anti slavery press hrave fostered, whlile
TuznDau-BlooK, the only pap~er in the North Ihat
challenlges (le fundamental errors of'the Repluh-
lian party, is becoming the great want of thd'
THE DAY-EBoxr holds that this is a govern-
ment of WHITE MIEN, anld that inferiority ~of so-
cial and political position for the negro race,
j .. f .' tlro white raup, is the tuural

R BRE'I~ ARHuudelD-trd tFe 'lHr AnTsi SoL
should read it. Democrats, Constitutional n we
must see to it that sound papers are circulated
~IMONi THi PFOPL13 or Rlepublican princoi-
THE~ WVEEKLYD~Y-BOOK( for laOL has been
greatly improved and several new fgrtleatursat a
died. masking it a EUISINESS, FAMILY AND)
Ine sult aoheaper rate than any other paper
ON'E COPY (per annuml Q $ 00

("ld at a post opice, and send safue~ dollar for
live subscribers, we w~iJul end sixthn cl oy analr.
WVe make this offer that the paper may be in.
toue t tevery post-o 9,t feeling oonftienr.t
will tak~e it, and also their efforts of still furf her
increase its circulatieo. This offer, however,
rnyapis ho tn lLqfaa ~hu~ n

where a dub is already formed, additions can al-
ways bemade to i: at on~e dollar each rsuscriber,
be they one or amay. Specimen copies esln

ff yment is required invariably IN ADvAnCE,
and thre palper is always discuontinued at thel
expiration of the time of advance payment.-
Speclunen copies sent Prite. bSubscriptions can
commence ar any time.
th"hen drnrafcmbe obthinied theyJ arer (fl
tedl by POstmastels, of rOrLmaesterd are stde
acqualinted with the contents of letters seqt,,so
tey cn Eer~ifr,, illols, tluyae, that ts.
monei vas certainly enclosed and sent, it is at
CLEROCY~I.E and TEACHERB will hereafter .
be turnialhed thre WYEEK(LY IFY-UOOK for UNPI
DOLLARB per year, thle lowest club rates.
All orders should be addressedl as follows,
givInB p)ost office, county ana sal.e in full:--
162" ~a~ssu StreetNF-ow Yok.
Malr h 2 1861. '

JohrnAL..CP~~llip City' T'restsr
Mt. Augulsltne.
186L. Dr
secoNrD QUAarER.Cs ts

i ;G


By Botthern L ne.
RIcHMxONDo, June 17.-3~1r. Banks, ol
the iMontgomery Confederation, just re-
turned froin Bthtlel, fully confirms thle we
portedf disasers to the Federalists anld their
eqtrages upJ11 privalte perscaus anid proper-

CIIAsrLEsTON. -June 17 --1 lltchr of
ate N. Y. papers haus been received hcre.
Thry hlave hloaneof the battle of BJethel
01 lurchh. nod talk onl dreadfully of thle re

'ICen. Buler has nlo pruldecel anid Gen,
Ii ree no courage, naudtil caeooner thle brace

tneir.Pl dti S, t bor i e e o
var~luale to be squandered to convert pojiti.
edl backs into heroes."*
Tihe ITr~uneants.
L.'r he War should be strrp .ed and t~e
Southern C:onfederacy retcoghilid if we
can't do anly better.'>
The HBerald condemns the mistakdPd hy
whbiph the Yankbee troops firedon each otll-
er, and says the offcers on ht to be cas1-

i'he T Y. papera, generally, nckilowl-
adge th~ey were badly whirpped.
Butler ha~s declared I is intentions La
lu~re SatisFalction and whliP 011 ee TLs~ -itll

!I~c11OnD, Juneu 14. Secrecy twsbeen 1
ze need froml Yirgiuis & act f sece~s-
sion April litix. Thle ~bdPod 88 il
threr, ad 55 in opposition.; Thle Jun~rnals
showa changes inl opini~ln of thle moemberu,
and on the fiulu voUte oiiii hunldred anld three
favreud the passage of. Lile Oridimice.
Yesterdo~l l di 1th, the Ort)dinanclle wis
tigned by 01 uroembers Ilud several Dulc-
gates" were abSent il thle war, somec sici,
hlnd onel, Capt. Marrl, kI:lled ay Federalists

WtaR~snl:Tror June: 15, v-ia Newv C
leans.--inr iv iw of Autr~ia'a rfu. torl re

1. 1 l~lili~ l~ru tof l: ~rle c lt. ca r at
-Juiliter rlo l Chi. Th. Ie NatLd,;:pionL nelld

\\ljlll:*ys th 0sruen ill' Ioo pay i~h

~eir tdo W.ll-i~l inll hinter aII wealt i

- tion of f lhlr er's l orry, by thle C'onf;der- I
ate troop::-

Sr. Louck, June5 lj -Sevenl a~dditioallI /
Compl~anies anld aI Six "III baltLer .eparted~ i

FEE'K;tRicK, Md., Jrune 15.--A\ special
agcnt of thle rauscinked pre.~ss, jus~t fro a
4ilr~lllind Hleighu~, over.00i~looin 11arper a
Ferry, says thel Felrry is mal~inly evalcualte ,
onlyl about twol thoursand troo 0:s lemalinto l F
Route taken by tile ma~in b~ody is byp Tu~u-
pike in thle direc~tionl of ChadeT/PownI and (
Sjheperdstowvn., Sheperdsutown burned by
Confederarte PicketF, whro are withldrawn

Hellish Outrage.
Thle I'dersbury Iprer hans beenl ie-
formedl of manly particularsa inl connection
writh the invas!ion of Alexanldria, from u
Whichl we extrnet the following~ necoount of
tin act by onle of E~llswor~th's Zonaves,
avisich, in enlormity, stands without a parn
lto 'I olnf Inuu oiill rse duw un e

1'ons, al) witlls thilsallegaed ob~ject in view,
rutered the house ofaI femnalo of thle hligh-
est respectablility b~ut in moderato circun-
rnees, She wasalone, wiih theexeption
olf an infant, which wdfs but six deays old,
alnd lay sleeping~ by thle side of its mother.
With any enve a demnon the pros~trte and
he~lplesa condition of the ludy weld have
prot'ecttd hier, but such ealside~ration did
lout wreighl wids thlis New York monster,
and rirl tlie fu y of a savageo he giratified

tluGlen screamrs ofCs vct a 1, ric~i
wass promptly arrested, carried before the
comrmanding o~er, iud ordered to be

sea. A paper malnufactory ias aordly to
be estalblished at New Oricaus. IThe- sup-

8tta as satoppd alld th mma fabtort s
now in existence in the South are Jsercely
aderient to supply the demand. Thle re-
quisite capital has been subscribed at New
Ohrleans, and the factory is to be located on
th line of the Jackrsun Rlailroad.

AlIiF" Johln U Senot was committed to
jail yetrday fo errsigteIoet
Liuon C~ould omot ei~mu a do br
up the town, and Austin Gibbons, for using
Inleendiary language. Rtichmond is sadly
in neaed of a tread-mill or othpr places of
punishment for travelling mendacity.
Richmond Examiner-

4@** The Washing~ton correspondent of
the NOw Yud 2lmnes says that there is no
doubt but that Bal1timore is more strongly
recession to-day thanl it was the day Mlassa-
96 auselts roops were tired upos

_UI 11 111_

size 0 ... n .

18.00 18.100
--- ~

ar dir ndldelivered in favor of WiilliamB AvlenUSAStafps8.M,
CGiles et/p.`n r -,' I 1.,1 ..,is 11ave for P.U:llTK; and iatermkdiate lanmdinos.
levied upoun *** -I .. .- SsatiS;- Rtriglaeswe..
na:?, Brovarrd orinty Floridas on thle 1st M~onday on WEDNFESDAYS, arrliting in Jack-sonville
of April l850I, no die u;ull hoaur of sale the fol- slme day, in t~ime to connect with the Cars,
illlo l ulo I d~c ilte j nod rlpe liun vile b go ne"Y kclsonville on Thursdays, at 7 A. M.,
Th~irty)-iLroo Amlei, beoing thle thlird part of e.\r for ENTRParISE, MElLLONVILLE, and In-
til'i~ni grat ufa; httContaiinngl 16,1000 acr~es mnore termeFdiate Laudings.
er il sa~id Urevard county gratled to SaiinLUe, Returninp-TLeav e Mellonville al,5 o'clock A\.
Miitca thll l thdayl i..of fulyl1Slajnldecntirmu- \. MonSAlTURDAYS(, arriving at .facksonville

o~iic:Iohnr M.ll im np st tledl until tle~ let by~ RI OIT' oa 9SSE~l>ITGS landed at
Mondy inMuaany point on the River. Passengers by thlis
l'i ae above salel is postponed until the first line are curt ded ticirectely tlrugh, without re-
,;l ab veu sle is postponed until thte fixt .T. ITARlTHIDGE, Agen~t,
Mond.ay in Ju~ly. Jacksonville'
Thle above sale is postponed until the firs'. Nov. 3. 1860.. ly.
Mlollnda in Augulst.
Thle ablove salle is postported until the first INW CIRCIOIT COURT, EAS~STI;R CIRCUIT Ol
11 whta in Sep a Mbr 5 edt uni h is LORIDA ST. JOHIN'S COUNTY.

Shadayii inl Detober next. I ll Chancery.
The above sale is postponed until thle first Elozabeth~ Newman,I~l fo Dvre
Alonday in November next. vs. Bl o iocs
Thle Rhre~ saleid pp Lonead until tile fits John Ii Nelrumn.
Mona~liy in Decemuber next. TILL ofComlpaint being filed in this Case
The atbove ale is postponed until the fIrst audmtit appearing to the Satisfaction of the
monday in January next. Court thanttheI~efendant John I-. N~ewmann rc-
sTi 3locr~ is ypostponed untlil the first sides out of the Sta3te of Florida:. On Mlotion of
The aliove sale is noutoonedl until the first jrlmsocio rotm nndag
Monldiry in Marchr next. ,,,,~l ,, .- I1.... be hrad, on the first
Th'ie above sale is postponed until thle first Monday of July next, beizig Rule day in said
aiundly n Ap il no 0.potoe uni h lrt onth, and that thedsaid Defendan~ti doop ear
mm:e yluv m l Ma n o pstponed until the first I,, uou a~ser erou t ai d s loo l ae fcre 111

monday in June next. Jkefendar. 1 .] ,r.. ] ,;' was present in .
The above sale is postponed until t~he first. Court: 1 Im1. a b!-..--1 thlat a opyofth~e
Monhdea in Julfl n xpotpoe nilte: above Or r be pubbasho in s "a public nle u
Monday inl Kigust next. ., I appointed for a hearing .
TIhe above sale is postponed until the first D. A. P'UTNAM,. Judge.
Mlonday in September nex:. IDavid Rt. Dunhamn Clerk of Saic] Circuit
Thle above sale is postponed until the first Coulrt do hereby Certifyr that the foregoing is
"T:'tyibiuOctber ne [oedut h first! CaoF ru n Odr lin this Case mande this
NMouda c .? ut next. Witness mly hand and the Seal of said Court
The ,r, ..I postpoaqd until the first I a St. Augulstine the dayandyear above written,
holdo bify Deene r asspnnedt uni hefs Mrh2 VID10. DUPIfblA,4Clerk.

1 c.3,. ra as.0.Aunglto frstTax ColleCter's Sale. -.

:he above sale .iJ lstrioned distil the first -hY Virtue of the Power in mevestedby Law,
Monday in Mlarch. _DI have levied upon and shall offer for- Sale
The above sale is postponed until the firstt on M1onday thle 2nd day of September next, in

"iTheaoegJ"^ is posponed until the Tirst frotne eten t h 0 seial hooers f Slet. A
1\londay in Maly AI House and Lotin george Street yssessed to
The Above saleis postponed until the first A. Wy. Walker, bounded North by Lot of Thus,

The bv~oal is postponed until the first nLo o llnro Ese ni, aid SWeet, nyXars
Wm.B. DAVISi, Unless the Taxes for year 1860, and 1861,
Acting, Shecriff Breverd County. and Expenses thereon are paid berfore the day
March 5th1--185U. of Sale. A. D. ROGERO,

$RUITS. Tax Aassesssor and Collilqto of .x. JO ns
HIOICE bulnch Raisins, Citroe, Currants, ( O~y3ae281
D ates, assorted Preserves, Jelly, Ginger, JUST R~CEIVED.
dried Apple, Almonds, Peean Kuts. Brazil~uts,
Pea Nuts, E 11ish WV41autsl 11 kc~yC 1ut C *b7DJN o are f ( fo immediate

Lemon, Vanilla, O e~,rangRspberry, Strawbe
ry, Almond &0. abo Paregoric, Elirir of Opiurn
IPrlVryie ]B~ordmg.P Dlp ris.w.met, Il, ium, SenseB Pow-
;?4., nop dimsatr aEp ome 82, Oast or Oil'
Sept. 15 C. E. CARR m
A fbw boarders can be accom-
La n odated with the necessary GUAVA JELLY.
F9 Roolas, fuel, ights and some-~ NZ Uoxes Oilves, Capers, Pickles, Mlusta~d.
~i~thing SubsantLil by calling on 1:ed Pepper, French Chocolate, Missona,
th Subeaoriber, Corner of Trearsury Lane. Cuirrant. Jolly Preserves, Hlermetically sealed
C`. L. RILCGELY, Salrdines, fresh Salmon Rice Water, Bay 11urn.
Dec. 8 4860. Ioi11 E. C~I11

acu gpp r.uiouls lilluorway

Felb IR801. 13~.00

rowe1 II I(Pd fromgenrail fund (I

pense of creci ateg on~ out

uildig on~i solio. lo,10t
ed f'' robl liOU II v I IU

Pounoe >e. for a Licens Mr it
sixll~ino the from 2eth11 Feb
31861 lo sell ilquor. by the
quart outll upwarlds. 5.00

IBy expendillures. 2.
Tse blloa inl hands of 2.
TreasurL er,
Exa ninedul~nd aIpprccve&
JAMEgS R. SANcHEZ1% t 'h~. ou
F McCARlTY j iiurnnce.
18811 Cr
Yoou. bCt. S to

Al y 14 iy casah returaed to
Seneral4 Fund~ being na
amolunt blorrowed fivus l
xaid F~undl forfut'1 nishring
Irlln~ int ad buildings L

school Lot, on thle 22 of
October 1800O. 1 19 GO

Olr Receipts $18 at
$1per cen $40 43
at 2! p 2 csent. 49 91

8-8ti ~
214 00

183l 23

By Expenditures.

To but. inl hands of Treais. $114 0.)
Examnined and alpprovel.
JAMES1 ~ It SANCHEIZ, j Co~n. on
F. MlcCILtT1~ Y. J Fnce

1881. Cr.

uou. SCla. 3is
Feb 23 Dy cashl to James 11

Ci yploeI). 1 600
.yr Iy a~ill~ cit y ~shr
hein half aF ein- 2.00
11 eIUcnhor tol tity 1 s._ "
sal being urs mLonth's
aslry to ste. 3 ?3.00
fL~ goa ss to Wy M ;shat
datecenn mrest 4 2.00
B y cash paid M~osely's
houtlhly allowance. 5 4.013
B y cashr paidl City Mar"

Csel~y,~ea~e id 5 2.50

salary for month ending
this dlay. 8 4.17
B L y cash1 paid Isabella
I~hyulne bin~lierdfopulk a <.
7. cay lsh paid L Gomes
being hecr monthly a1-
lancnee to t.e 10 4.00

ly allowauce to date. 11 4.00
30 ty cash paid eity Malr-
nhat contingent expen-

Apr 6 es cash paidl Jarmes 11 2 3.
Foaureferpiriin~ ).11r
ket Sta~lls. 13 1.00
"' By cash palid Wm.11 Capo
fur aterisls andmlakting
d ect frs iin cinvasst 14 8.10
engyer ~for hris services
.frauul h January)l dto dt 15 23.00
'' B(Iy cashl paid~losely his
I suthl~y ;allowance to I ,0

By cash paid city Mar,
shal his month's salary
to date. 17 20.00
By. cash paid eity Malr-
shal for cleaninlg Mlar-
kets to date. 18 2.00
.<* 'y) oash paidl city c~lerk
hi4 nnonthr's salary to

__ ___ __ __ __

______ _~_~~_____

1suramAL~I. LAMjP. i

.Cam pbene.Kcoee Ca m pblen.~rsle. 5 ;1.6 5
Whale Oil. Solar: 1.802

elrmn a Fluidl Larg W ok. 553

tB a

2 485 I1 00 54' 10
1. 9g) 05 4 gg
833 1 00 123 00
706 1 25 17 70
850 2 25 20j 47
800O 87 20 00 a

_II 1~1 _


For Sale at E CARR'8.
Sept 22- 1800SB. .-- -s

SPURNITUREI BfURNITITl~ !I Prospecids of the, fbody and Wieoekly
gress of our city from this date,.and such-
DegF~lf L TB rlIO( is the increased interest manifested amaong
our business men for the establishlment of
(Formly HI. P DEGRAAF,) na dily pityler in this city, tlant Ae iind it
150. 8BOWER NewYork. utely neheessary do c Tmience the pubN
SThisestablishment ilsixatorrsessn ei-ht. ane ~IHE FIRST DAY OF THE ENSUING
extends242f~eetthroughto ?ro. b5Christsettreet, ?IONTH, SE~PTEMBRER. It will always
making Io one: of the zealously, but respectfully, ap oplrat~e with
I.LARGATT FURNITURE H1OUGS s the Democracy of Florida in maintaining
in th Oliited States, the principles of the'party within its limits
T~hey are prepared to offer gr~eat indlucemenrts; All1 State interestfi ated whatever will add
to thle WYholesale Trade, lor cash1 or Tlune.- to thle prosperity of our young anld growing
Their Stock conlsists, inl parti, of' State will receive due attention.
' hosewood, ''IThe interests of our beautiful anid grlow-
'~:. :Ih nl~ ~~lr~lnl.-n

ngd "y w eo
Les it be dis~tinetly understood thant thle
OBSE:RVER w~illalwa~ys contain the ver
Jutest news of the dily rkports- of- mlarkets

purt t o lh falliioe P8 6 0
attention willbe given to matters and things
occurring in Alabama and Florida.



(EargBLISHED 1854.)
Announce that, having made great improve-
monls in the mannufacture f lierosento, theyS he
now enabledl to offer it to the Tradeit

021le taithe iu~oinucuto rube, he rey 8ucts of
phoutomuetrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kecnt
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 3

TIOICE C'LltET,' Cider, Ale. -1'ottler, Le-
wibne,@rup a~nispherry Vinega~r, Ginger
April 2018GL- B E. CARRLI

*RON Pots. Ket~tles, Bakec Ovens. SpiderP
SSkille G'~rhidlre 19tile I usigCornc Alil s;,
pil "* I E. CAI:R.
usT inrecived a 18t sof hor 0 I*, Larrd.
L1U r~i, Clheese. IO .. lnsQ Famlily~
Aptri Lo 1861. I:. E. CAR:"

no IJ lli

Tur (il 'rT\ T`I

Toi (,!. ml.IL'E Clin

seems1~ wwant~7
asIn saido I

in on at, one ru 0ra

.utsI:b TIIn Iit 1:L

SADM~ A Gl norcn'sr~ -1 ;

adQ W Inut
Also, C*Iss and 17000 SEAT work.1 allquall-
tis I~an~li.Ll'nacian aculr ,n~~w sJ a
I sets, f$~rom 10to$10.
Jeny Lind and ExtenionF P'ost
6 feet wide, epeFcially for the Southlernl Trade
Their facilities for manlufacturinrg def4 Icm-

No Goods Re-tailed on Time.
M~arh10-=1660 "m.

m now prepared to offer to mly old fr~iends
o f this AnCIDIencity andr St. Johnls coungll &
most splendid assourtment of fatil and~ wiliterar U.
goodsJ at veryS low price~s'for caush or cuy auc
cept'aneos nl sixty and eineiy dl~iays edit with
ipprov~led enorses OrdersJ fromu my cLountIrY .
Friends accompaniedl wnh thle clash will be
promptly alttended to nith greall care nan Rltten
nion to gire enre sstatiautio21I t i urijas r
send mle orders for dry goodsa thatl the~ will be
put" up with greal coa anid attention to give en
tire satisf~culou to the purchauser. All anlducts
yurchased at th~is hIousef over twenty dIoIllars
willbbe allion~ da iive jer~ clrnt. oil, for cnrll.

consisting of Frenmchl abroad Cloth, Doe skiin Cas
liini~r~is, L'ilot Cloths, Uat~inusu and hr. Jean,
Tweed Cloth. Ylancy- CGussiaers, Lad~ies Cloths
Moinrj oof ana culors, liigured und plain DeIlans'
~oe, Iah ake nlilJ geb~o I2 a, BLie a
moach Prials, Ladlie ul aund ises 11ose, Uent
Moermo under Shirtui, JeanJ 010akis, ounrin

English Cant ~ledl and WVhi~e Tlannels.
T. NEYL603

Intrinai: virtue alone couhl insure thle success
wh hthisashoolehan attanls I~ises, SliB h na

without, it who has once8 tested its value. 'Ami
virih reference to the genelrl estimation of the
" ("fe e ner perused auchteay uH rer inatou
neighborhood asthris. L. W. 0J11TII, Ridge
tid, Conn." ;. LEIrou,Esqg., lldydeprlk,Yt.,
writes, **that the horte was consideured worth-
los,(radh a se w~as spainh),11att since lthe are u
S130. T'our Linimrent is doing wonder.~ up
here." Suchr testimouny is reaching us every

gnIde viusan is~e eol s ail rub a 1 ~l
dealers, etog~u s, Ni ve r

W1 Fr.slv earr itR
a allr 1 iii


Of its`T. I Bl'

WEELL~Y do 2 50
Postmasters throughout thle United States
acting as! our Agents, w111 zedeive a com*
mission of 20 p8ir cnt on all money trans-
mitted to us.
Pensneola, Aug. 2d, 1860.

Health and Happiness Scunredl
..,J e ssesfh sys. ....xring fiom rie ..-
ects oloolilwluse, cant be sur~ely anid permaen-
I restored by using
th eo (pHOClifted CUTO .'
mlas or Tllr
p ROoREnmATVII oRCa~bfti.
It Is prepared by
And has ong been kinown here gh
That woubld surel and permane~ntly restore to
a aNatural State'ofolelith and Vigor, perslout
weakened by ecless, or by
A.s pea aon 1Snes TMLPT .
The amioted are invited to try it. ,
Send for a ci~r>=1first, reld itcarefully, and
thon youwrill send for the medicine-
Cambe sent by mail. Onovialwillliast a month.
+. C1) GER, AGENT,
No.74'B Broadwvay, 17. 'Y
lor Bale by UrJ./rggst 6eerytohere.

re~hvaluabt~ MeddicsUATkeatiie~on dinse meand
:Sh dal ras aoeryoy Irice 12. Cen1 .
September 1, 180I.

Thme ChadO~kslOR 'MercorTY*
gives the latest and most reliable political, com-
mercial and general news fr~om all parts of tle
w~orld. Its special correspondents furnish by
Manilan Telegri h, full and early ceooogts c

:special attention-
Politically, the M~alnuarrepresentatholaStates
tsion of s ioutlc n ,ate in a n ann
their security.
Daily Mercury, 1 year in advaneL; $10,00
Tri-Weekly ." 6 ,00
No paper sent unless the cash accompanies the

Reliable ordersa from the Trade, by Ma~il or
Telegraph, tilled, on applicationi to
SAUs~T NS, Agecnts,
'3~ I'eUr Ytt N0 y .
Kerosene Is also to be obtained at the Man3-
ufacturrsr' Prices, of all thd' New York~ Whole-
sale i*...;.; =. Grocers, Canirphonec and B~ulrn.
ing J I.. I 1.....faturers anld Dealera in Lampsy.
n~ B.-KEROSENE~~; i~ is the trade-
malrk of ithe Ker,osene Oi Co., andr all
Z'erateu are caultioned( aqu~rlustsing tLe
sold tradclckarke fool ur, ol4.
Oct. Ij.l Srn

Brokecloose carry~ilngaa3 .
the p~ike chanlged like a P 7
al cheos showanl~i eves fla itn
cla arttrd it, and every body muslt know nil
about thle various kinds of Ilists in order to
choose kanowingly such a variety. Every thilg
lom a stove-tpipe down to a hlleses with I 1u~ro
Brims at all, Beaver Cansimer Plush and rvele

and Tip Top, in fa~ct evelry thling one worn
from hualh's daly dow~n to that of he~ alaln whou


T- s on Ilndl evryr? lendinlg Bran ntlu he a nJ



liner, which they may falvor hlim with. He has
lhe ms alinlll rnd, sul a s ch per
FrenchbIlackIII r --1. ,. ....Clollls, blacki oe
Skin, and f or. i. ...- a Yestings, Kack
Ties, ke.
All orders executed in the best style of wori-
mau!shrip, for cashl only.
300Acressituated aboutGmilesfr~omSt
(~ Aou~ne a n Ph an onl me frr bol

situated about 17 ru les southr of St. Augustine,
aplacecanlled Fish's. For further particulars
SL'Bugstne. Jul1,uai EKEIA

Th~e Persian Fever Charbm.

For~~ ~ ~ th 6rninnq`dreo et p d

sent lioriettes by a rri d who as ben a great
While going down thle river Euphrntes, he ex-
perienced a severe attack of Fever and Ague.-
~on discovering his condition, one of' the Boat^
ane tot iomdhi pron wa~n A mulet. saying
though irteredulcas astoits virutue;hle comp~liel,
and experienced i~llediate r~ieth and ass inlce
always found itan effecltulp protection from all
thalatioua complnains
On further investigation he found that the
lioitma aittriue a d it utira t ans powes, unl
piet f mI'o-S""n Som"time a't"'litds, tJ
armIi h scfe aits eopseparer one; inst a
of which it was compoundeil. The wonderful
virte eof thll at le hlav sin edhae a u be:
lous healiing powevra of their Priests.
S 'inep Irs return to America, it hie been tried
with the hap~lpiest eli'eet by severall Lirdies nd
Genbile nlot ufhqglia 3ed r.Lise.h ~hi resivy;
having been a specific in P'ersia for hundreds oz
yar, .for the prevBntion an1l enie of Fever
tod clAgue and Bileouse.Fevrcr-is now offered
It will be sent by. stal, prepaid, with full
directions for use, on receipt of one doolhta.
Principal Decpot andr Manlufalctory, 188 d1nan
St. lichmonld, Va. irunllch Onice, Bannk o. Loal-
merce Buildingb, Necw Yorki. Address.
July14 860 JOHIN WILCOXb & 00

proll thati~ annruecom 11 sal p~uw~llerbt as anar

*j ; '~ B E C A R RL

DY8~~~ IgB C~EE~

Rlemned'y hars the la-

gftst sal BO anoy Ipe
aicin e in theg w orl~d.

10,0 pac cages
sold in Georgia ald

fourteeen months. I &

is warranted to

c'-ure, if directions

arF fOllO7~ed, any

ORSeo ,f Dy spepsia,

Jaraie arel*

D~ebility, Palpita-

fiOn, Chronic Dialr-

Fha ~~dd HOBs y

BSepr~essgd Sipirits,
BLoss of App~etite

~ ai n h ~~ e dnl

ly~ adapted to Fe-

IR&e o~mplabiat,;

pFoduiiOs ROtund

i'ty Of F OrlRin' Fe-
BIales of a T'hin and

Spare HMabit
SEver invalid

should tryj on e

gS& greatWar, Newn York.

For allsis St. AsuwshEe 1&
, pril 14----1860
T~O Y8I 1 OYS /
A laRge Variety of Toys for thp Iqlidays
. Nor* 12 T NELSON


Destroys Instantly

"' ostar's" Eat, aoach, &e.Extermin -

aCssar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
"C sa s" Electrie Powder, for In-

Rate--Roaches-Mice-Moles-Ground Micer-
I~Bd Blugs-Ants---Mothe-Mosquitoes-F`lers
--Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c., &rc.-
inshort, every formu and species of

10 Year established in N'ew York City~-used
b the the City Post-Oth~ee-thle City Prisonis
ad8 Station Houae-t~he City Steamuers, Ships,
Bib--the C ty Holels 'lth r' isdz00 Niv~holaS (

July Druggists and eatrllers everywhere sell
them. .
lIgi WYholesale Agents in all thq large Cities
asd Towns.
JPlB !! BEWAR! I of Spur~ious imitations
JIi? $1.00 Samuple Boxes sent by Mail.
Bj Addreas ordera-or for "' Circular to Dea-
.HENRY E, COSTARl, Plurcive Dsrer,
N512 Buno~nwA, (Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel;!
Itarc 2--86 B. E. CARR.
b -rc 2-1m Yu
MAPLE SUBOAR.-Just ree~ived.
Auuer~ 18. D. 11 CARR

R1 B. RHETT, jr.,
Charleston 8. C.

Nov. 10 1880


~For sale is St. AugustinsM bF

EG3ETABLES, Peas, Corn, &c. &c.
Sept. 2-1860 E.'CARR,

IIE Subscriberhas the plea re tonnhnounce

der~gon it s~aea iats ca~ole; tor er i
stillmore neceptanble to thle numerous gbess'
wrho hlave heretofor~e favored it. wilh their Par-
ronngea RSWell as peeulialrly .2tractiv6 to DeV -
E....r.- ihe Sumlmer MIonthrs alterations and'
** **? -'-... .- been made makeriarlly increasingr
thle capacity and conventences of thle house.--
WYithlin thle last fewv weeks -the Proprietor less
plt iht ile btr nn sm 2st lg~l :u atr
selrlecte by hilnalf38 fllB idCity of N'ew TaYo
without recgarld to exp~ense anld with a view to
I'tistler thle "FLOR11DA IIOUSjI": vit~unt
:**L "a IrI.ll l I~E LS.

.ly a tlled oln il~ ag celrntra el to e in taizoe-
city,~ and nl the same tiure coumarnrdinlg 8l
dcSiralehi retirelucull, as well ars cexemptlion fro
b~leakt wtuds ini water. Thle looms are hlug
and~r I.rovided an4. places: theC house is
surr1ound4l. \fhl ver s4dhe f~our in number,
e~elh one hu nred feeki extent. nuld protected
so as to fluri~ a delig/ rul pt uerinade even in.

in ll usrose s I.,... ., ...r ...I I I tI a a
art n ----1 ..; in- pcrrfeijtln.
Ili I 1 ..surpossed, ;aud furnslhed with
all kinlds of gainel this markll et nifords. "
Ther Ser~valsl inl itrendanllce will be found

his house; lie . .. merit its
Nouv. 17 1860. Em.

ARRAN~~TED hflite E tra for Family lise
1 i li. nI alnrly Ialdslb Sa

'Sr Aceos sE. Elb FrIoaRTD FIr:2278GL.
e'rct fe Antre nl;eL~cne S xt!
1;I I. tin ea lnIentIII llud CuII\lt var Ion, uder tooL
gradual lron aIcc of Augu'ls; 41, 18541, have beenl

make shle rquredllcr piulroofin a e~rtlemn anld cul -
'beeiio e it said I lur ia ly nt mnc~ wain nll~ innoceud

cenead fur nonoll1n~l ll~oma n c le, coliti na or
,ertlsneml anlia rcoiiven... ..lclll~lc iloo `Ilro
grtinaoAgag:i'u'. OLD i>,ngisurl.

March3 1861.0..JEHIA odr

A1ril i--1sso.



Stg gt for Chnrks on Daily Line of

rpivate Bordling.,

1 ooms, fuel, aiht nd somrd

thelubscriber, C jrlur ef Tlra 0* Lun.
Dec. 8 1860. U. L. ~ 111;GL

1 00 lIgs for lIornifty. Cow Peas for tabl
Suse. R. B. E.can,
Nor:' 17.

The Institution is maodeled nno

mies, of hih oeI.d angb .0.
gradultes. 4Qlassical course is added. Filt
full information apply to
R ees r. ^0A: COWARD. Prineipals.

us~ ro exo rr u

li o u, I\L`
wn~lP 80 Si (7ISTME

urrrracr a~ Or ~l
WTlli~lkJT L1~ (Ip nlbE

ani r r.. nou




~T.H. Cihambers. Fiano Manu-

(Foruerly Dub is SrSoat, and I bois,
*,Bacon & Chambers.)
Wareroom in the "Bible House,"
C~or. Sath Street &r 4thl Avenno,
SThis is areia~ble ilace to purchase. Or~ders
by letter taithfullyexecouted, and perfect satie-
factiou guaranteed-
A. Bi.-&Snd or a circular, with description o;
styles and schedule of frieces -
March 31-.-186. 8@*


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chlaracter, adopted to the wants of the larnner,
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manner, and are \forthy a place in thle Library
of every Iousehold in thle Land.
habis thrl~s t issofr in~~ ,I 1 in.
profitable employment b~eldom to be met with.
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receive promptly by marilfull palrticulare, terms,
Ac., by addressing
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