Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: August 18, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00203
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The following incident, said to be well Reportedfromthe majiority/ ofthe CommitteEon Re- Thlat Joust BELL, Of Tannessee, ()le opposition
attested, and taken fr~om a kFrench work otionslDeatcharlesonaetindadoteBylio the Na nq~i~~n dao at er e t a of e ionlye Sohne
entitled 'LL'Histoire des Chliens Celebros," tiaonecd Demorat[Co plaetionaaalotimo the Cogrss a a of~,. heb~ onlyrl oten
shows that a w~ell-educated dog, under ex- Democr~atic party at Cincinnati be affirmed, with .- o hr.s u .
citing circumstances, can not only reason theraollowingexplanatory resolutions: je .u o .Cnr-.Ja Ei.
First, That the government of a Territory, voti~ .=. il:, I.Je 1-d --l John Q..s.r. ,
and act with wonderful decision and pre- organizedby an act ofCongress, is provisional Adona.1 .~j sus~ '11. .Lngs. .ank at,.,i i.,rs
sence of mind, but can also manifest a feel. and temporary, and during itsr existence alloiti- ists.
ingo of revenge, which is not necessarily hlis "en oe t .pite r tpate ha n atnx Iqri2 gh .eisb trmere a t~h P~otd srBEL oedou
natural character, but which can hardly L i:., I.u i,; r 6in~ .;I.. r..c-maj a enoper- on the~outh--the IMissouri Upmpromise-and
srassed in intensity b a Christian wa.. ..ig .u ., .x v4.d re cu .,.,, iUOJL un-,j JI L., II ons I.r....s t...lL. and (I m
surp y . .. ..reail eg I aces Am.:Ir. I..") G,-.rE'..r. Lan cent~i.r, de-
Tior. =~r;- i.~-rest it ei Jul of Po. a smr"iduls*t an wrl.ntrilLy ~.: saawwe

hound, belo~nged to a enptain of artillery, s#0tl~ aII. rli' eed1 useri, ii: ls .. i. .," ''1 ..6 j8 ji Il
raised from its birth in tne midst ofecamps' hr, cn Thtt lautwhenit hesetlerds i rrtr, .1 o s ..c.E .L.l
alo onarI:1 t mse~adxhbthaving an adequate population, form~a Sente 'r, an ihso ,ne at -.l~~r n Ohi
ed no olarm in the midst of battle. In the constiention, theright ersovereignty commences- Hamlin, or M ile Beward~, . i. : and
lIottest engagecments it remuained near -the 5n being ctsunnamendeb adms f n it the Windtro -1 1 i ...- .. L3e.
can on ,non ca ion athe mnth e m onn h lio n tle y tnd in eq oa~otn ih t

master of Mustapha received a mortal 'cogniles the institutions obtavery- iously declared that a refusal to admit Kansas
wound. At the maoment whlen about to Resolved. That the Democratic party are in under the Lecomptou, Constitution irould be a
fire upon the enoem hie and several of his favor of the acqulisition of the island of Cuba, on violation of a "grear," and ~"pain" Constitu-
I such terms as shall be honorazble to ourselves Itional right.
corps were struck to the earthi by a dischairge annd just to Spain; at the earliest' pra~cticable Let itbe remembleredl, that JOKN BELL has re-
of artilleryV. Seeinlg his master extended moment, peatedly, within the last two years, announced
Resolved, That the enactments of State legis- publicly thathei WOULD CUALESCE W\ITK
life less an~d bleeding, the dog became des- latures, to defeat the faithful execution of the THE BLACKZ EEPUBLICANS to save the
perate, and hlowled pileously, fogi ive slrveelaw, are hostile vn ohrcesub- Un o.iteeebrd htJn aa a ae
Just at that timec a body of Frenoch sol- in their e~ffet. ly been interrogated liy a committee, apjoidited
diers were advancing to gain possession of silesolved, Ta aliesDemoc~racyd othedU ited ti psa~en respec ale convention of the op
0110piec, WiicilWasable at hem fro thisaoveronmentto protect the naturalized eiti- in favor of the protection of the rights of alave
the: top of a small r~iiing~ ground. As if ei l i rgtwehrt oeo nfr properdey in the territories, and that he haos re-
withl a view to revenge his Ilnaster's death, e~ligzn1 nis the same exrtent as its native Letitb7er~ememered, that JOax BEu. was
Maupa eiedth lftd tth it is hreas, One of thre greatest necessities of BLC BizeT~dTnef10a aon of C icago
pawcs, and set fir~e to the connlon, loaded the age, in a poiliticl, commeerial, postal and Le it be remenbered, that the platform of the
with case sho~t! Seventy menlfe~ll on the mltary oint of e911a csa speedA kco muniose paty which nomn ate Jons IEL is, as *a as
spot, and the remainder took to flight._- thlreforebe it. can,.. .E.J..ww....'.C - .so....... .l:......u.
After this bold stroke, tbG dogo laid down dohreh pl j e olenslc to usmoeer minT h eL be ene beeree, tat Eo r geE T,
Yadly~, nealr thle dead body of hlis master, in their power to secure the passage of some the Oppositioucandidae .for Vice .President,
liclhed his wounds, and remained there bill, to the entent of thle constitutional authori- subscribed to a testimonial to Charles Sumuer,
ty of Congress, for the construction of a Pa~cilit the notorious abolitionist and foul-mouthed cal-
twenty-twro hours without siustenancee. Hfe railroad fromt thle Missirsippi riverto the Paci- ~umniator of the South, after be wasjustly canell
was at length with ditfieulty remloved by Sc ocean, at thle earllestpracticable moment. ~ by the lamented Baoors.
thle comra~des of thle dconlsed. This gal- Wimndows Op d pvudIel Doo-- E~n sT et i it be lete red hs istc sa nw no~r
]:ut greylounld was enrr~iid to L~ondon and torsa fro~n the D~oor. walrds, that he agree preso~uted to- .... II.: whon had him taki- A very lar::e quantity of fresh air is nihlg oint vsn nmen ato > 0 1or
enl care of as a brave anld faithful public I spoiled and rendered foul by the act of ern alaveh-olders were insbum~an, immoral, tar-
aervanlt. Byr~on th~us apcistrophizes th~is breathing. A man spoils not less than a bar ibou ,shones~rpt,and aI- Darable.:va
aniinal. gallon every minute. In eigh~thour'sbrea. voted for a resuotion 'declaring the right of
<'The poor dog! in life thle firmest friend_- thing: a full-grown man spoils as much fresh Cnogrs se toainttqtal Unnd at he slave trade
The first to welcuome,.9oremost to lefew~l; adi as Seventen three bushel sacks could !!i Lelit be rem~embered. thant EDWAED Eancrrr
whose honest hle:Lrt ii stinl his maliter's own; If he were shut up in a room seven feet votedfor a resolution declaring that Congress
T~ho :labors, fights, lives, breathes fc-r him broad, seven feet long, and seven feet higrh, Ilvr in tleeatsrh ot~oelfe6 heboltio
alone." the door and windows letting so tightly that soo afr@ It rslteio ada Irin th t the rig~
that no air could pass through, he would of humanity, th~eclaints of justice, and the com-
PLEA Fott, DAINTY. OflILDhlEN.--Ver7 die, poisoned by his own breathl, in a very mongoodatike, demand use suppression b'y
little niorey is usually shown to childrenfwhor;n twnyfrhorhe oudChongies o1 tes reo ulae ared odn in and
whear~e too dninty to eat, unquestio'ned, have spoiled dilthe air contained in thle Lealtherememlbered that Eowans BEVERETT
wbot is set before themu; but Misus Mlartineau room, and have converted it into poison !- vt f a seol1t zo elin to li Cngr
thus. speaks a wrord for them: Reader, when you rise to morrow morning, ry tn he terrt0itors ofthbe Uniled State VEET
. **While a disposition to general dainti- just go out of doors for five ni~nutes, and voelb'd f mor resolution delaring that n n
ness is to be dealt with as carefully as the observe carefully the freshness of tlicair.-- Scate shalthereafter be admitted iato the Union
f ult of gormandising, it is as useless as it That air is in the state in which God kreeps "hs (st rtuno o for ou Ooariaoaent. shall
is cruel to contend with occasional cases of it for breathin;. Then comle back sudden- in.
conlstitutional r~epugnance to some partizn. ly1 into your close room, and your own senses Le ~b r on d~rrJ ria Enn Eare
lar. article of diet. It is as absurd as mualr. will at once malte you fool how very far has, by thle Consittition, power to abolish the
ing a tild eat what disagrees wvithl it, the air in your chamber is from being in Us fe o sn a es between je gt 8es'o ah
merely because other people do. WTe have in the same wPholesome and serviceable demanded by the principles of humanity and
seen a pale-faced little girl, with lead-color- condition.--Southern Homestead. j" e it e rmmeetatEWR VR
ed circles round herr eyes, compelled to take has been addressed by citizens of Alabama, in~
milk~~~~~~~~~ brafsstl h as'ftepoe OTHER SY DEVOTIOS.--It is one of thehkopethat he would repudiate thiJ record,
age' to have coffee, and enduring in conse- th'e highest privileges of the-press to record andet: has t only fail. re use f ~ent
quence a whole youth of indigestion. Sbd and publish distances like the following.- nessee, i sm ..- . I -1..... ....r, but. all hnis
did not dislikea milk; but shte could not di- An English palper re~porta: lf Lonpr fet sn al op there a d th hs
at~~~~~~~~ itaddrn e niechlho other's Deraition.--The wife of a ran on the ticket with Euwavnn Evasrrr,
g ent ito he urnr le sons ith sufcatinghod fan aoeliigi ukngaihr ose record israirly stated in che foregoing
has litleson hos loer lmbsareun- With1 all these faels staring them in the~face,
lum~p in hier throat, and a head full of pubn fortunately useless. Medical advice and caon Southern menvote fbr BELL ald PeERETT?
or noises. At school, she would have eateu' still, likely to be of any service, was not to ---~ -.
the bread and omitted the milk. We have be had except in the metropolis, and was A 1Kodel WFoma~n.
seen a little boy actually enable (like oth- not available to her, except in connection "D~id you not say. Ellen, that Mir,
ers of the family) to eat rice. His gorge w ith one of thle public hospitals. The B-- is poor?" ~;
rose at It. This was inconvenient; and the poor child's case, though not by any means "Yes, he has only his profession."l
opportunity was taken, -when he was seven hopeless, was not one which, accordingr to "Wmill your unele favor his suit ?
years old, to bribe him to get over the dis- the hospital regulations, could be admitted L'No; and I~ can expost ~ica tm
lik-e. He took fancy to a book in a shlop- for in door treatment;as an out-door patient him "
window-one of those overwhelming de. alit that wrrdoes ie migh be one or 'LThen, Ellen, you will :have lo resigno
site whph hrowa cildintoa fver Ithowever, it was impossible that she could fashionable society.'
was the rSeven Obatupions pf Christandom,' pay for cone ance ~to and from London;. LNo maltter-I. qbalisee more of Ered."'
with a gay fr'ontispiece. He was promised but a mother' love was not to be defraud- "(You must give up expensive dress."
the bookt if he would-e:r the S;turday rice ed of its object by any such obstaocl. It "Oh, Fred adlmices simplicity."
pudding baenceferward. By a tremendous Was possible that the boy might be cured, ''You cannot keep a carriage."
effort, wFith his eyes fixed on the opposite it eavning bet eoeun im ni'' thire mean les 'But we can have delightful watlks."
wall, he got down, and kept down, his h~is posible restoration were to her affee- "You must take a small houselpard fair-
small plateful of pudd~ing. The book was tion bultas a stop. She put her boy on her I ish it plainly."
bought ad read before tea-time; and all Shoulder, and w~eek by week she calrred hiim r"Yes; for clegiant fairniture woulh be out
vas then a blank. The child never did all those weary miles, slept for a night atofpaei cotg.
eat rice again: he could not do it; and his rcio luioud2 a~ tood hio ea transientopla a aintilllFor nea ly four moutb od dshe do thidn ple n craTearhts .. .q~~.
whichl he couldl not fulfil. These are grave seek ouspied caree, and wasl focr ca we had t ATJr STR- wBE~iiY '-e tt
mistakes, however trifing: each'occasion stretched upon II;ectics paleit. C-'ae ver- t;h.i of strawvberry culturists is called to the
md/y appear. The whole subject of eating ed, but never ag Jn~ to be: tlpb:eo Llcp ai severtisementl -of the Bartletti Saedlineg.
is made of far too much importance by healthy woman shte was before, sno resumedot W te halvefruited it the presemit season a.?i
thus connecting it with so much thought the task of wateirnall affection, and, tiiough 1pronounlce it good in every particular. A
and emotin Procmasppel 1ok. leSfreq uently, still carries her child to re- time price named, which is very much ets:
lon. permn sproprly oo eive the attention of the kind and skillful than that for which new seedlings are
ed, would obviate a large class of e1101 mis* physicians Of that DOble establishment.- usually furnished, it should have an exteu.
takes." Last week we know that she did so. sive sale.

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~VOL. II. -

Saturday, Aug-ust 18, 1860.

Desiritfg to ...0 buter all in our power
to the success of thle democratic nominee,
both State and federul, we propose to issue
the Examniner for thle Comlpaign colmmone-

we do this werely fr~om our interest in the
success of our worthf -candidates, and in
support oft~he important. principles involv-ed
in thle contest, we trust, that all good dem-
Gerats will at least exhibit their inuerest in
the caunvs, by obtaining and, sending us
thle namesn of unmercous subscribers for the
campaign. ILess thann this theyj enu not do.
WIe will say further, thant if there are ally
true BRECKINH:IDG~E anl Jd LE menOL ill the
eity or out of it, whoe are unable to pay for
this campaign paper, if they9 will leave
their Inamles at thle office, we willsend thlem
the Examinere till after the election, uLE.
On these terms, if' Dem~ocratls do their' duy,
t~heEransinerwill be in the hanndsof
eery BRECKINRIDoG and LANuE 1lian in
thle country. Let us see whlatealn be done.
A Romantic Sltory,
A gentlemagrof thisi city, who has been many
years engagedl in thre prosecution of muilitary
claims. fell in accidentally with a case in whlich
both a man and his wife: received pcnsionl for
revolutionaryy services. Ther singulllari:y of tle
circumltanesu str~ucki hlin so for~cibly thlaL he
in titu ada uqu iroly, and cl1 red nioll atl old

i..g 1..I :l, .? .-r 11 .1 I 1
informant notheoing present, itis possib'e that
we mayJ be incorr~ct ini senle in~signfienant par-
ticulars.) *
Early'ia the Revrolutionaryi war, a mann named
Lane (e Ihb k) enlis ed inl I touln l ruaia is ,

yents, Ile went wirlh )hi regiment to the North,
and therejoinedr wVashington's army. Taking
part in all thre ~reviou~s batleos, he was severely
wounded atlranldywinle or Germantowrn, and

"y "frohrylir. rom lsl qnqw".i'" Il of ln
greatly attached, anld who belonged to the seme
company withl himself. The term of selrvie
having expired, these two soldiers wer'e dis-
charged, anld rellurned home; devoted and in-
separab~le firiends. InIthremeantime, thle tide of

soml r etaillethoultst int o, I xn timd
aan o ite uton sed in hGe. gLincolu? va n
Our readers well know that Linoln was afercr
wards cooped up in Charleston, lund compelled
to pu~rander, after a long siege, to the Rloyrl
forces, under the command of Sir Hecnry Clin-.

to hroughout thle siege Lane and htis friend
stood to their posts like herues and dil their
duty bravely. At last Lnane'sl comrade was a
wounded in turn, anld was carrlied off thef eld in
the arnper his devoted friead, Wrat must hve
been the amazpment of Lane on discovering~ that
the brave comrade who had so long fought ;y
his aide, and had nlursed him so tenlderly when
liewas woounded, through the reportl of the at-
tending a rgeon, tos a w~omn: It npe.

sqmewhere, and ha lforageds strong nttachmeet
to him.,, At the same time, from somes cause or
other, she had made so little impression upon
him that he had not recognize her in the least
when he afterwards met her disguised as a

from her parents' home, donned the continental
uniform,and folloired him to the ward what
followed was a proper Anale to such 8, romance.
The-w~oundedwomanreovered, and as soon as
the twain were released from eaptivity they be-
oaena. d eylived emandy ears happily to

fouci ents of thi inaur -iguise adelanm
ty of pagee--weregreat favorites with the old
romance writers. The readers of Shakspeare
will recoll~et that one of his plays turns upon
som lhing oftaesame sort Ne eeralees d

true~in ~its essential particulars. At anyrate,
Both Qae man and his wife received pensions for
services rendered as soldiers, until the days
bf their deaths, respectively.-Biefamond De-
aeJudge Bartley, of Ohio, former
Democratic candidate for Govenoor of that
State, has taken the stump for Breekens
ridge and Lane.

The English bring~ up their children
very differently from! tie manner in which
aering up ours. They Iave ano a un'
dance of fresh, out-door air every day,
wphenevor it is possible. The nursery maiden
are expected to takle all thle children out
every day, even to the ineant. This e=>
tom is becoming more prevalent in th~;
-: untr;. I....1 Jabould be pursued where...r (
I.l.Infants shol~ld br. -'"'' -

la vigorous growth. One of the finest fea-
tures of thle Londoin park- is'said to be the
crowds of nursery manidR with their groups
of hoolthly children. It is so with tle
promenades of our largo cities to a great
exetbt i les omlo in o. count

quenc of their training, E~nglish girls ne-
quire n habit of walking that accompany
them, through life, and gives them aherd:th.
ier middle life than our owes women en joy.
They are not futignecd with a walk of five
miles, anld ar~e not ashamed to wear, whers
wAlkingF, thick-saled shoes.'fitted for the
alnmpness thecy encounter. HalfI of the
conrsumptive feebleness of our` girls results
fromn 110 tlill 811oes tjley WO:P) anti the
coldfeet they necessarily havl~e. English
children, especinlly girls al~ re ket in tle
nur~sery, and exchided fromu falshionable
society, anld all thle fr~ivolities of thle seasons, I
at an aIge when our girls are in thle very
heat of flirtation, and are thinkling nothing
but fashionalblelife.

A 1Konkey's Atfection for Rats j
LL One of the pr~incipanl ob~jects of alttra0-
tion at the Aquarium,in Bromfclod-street,'
says` the Boston I'rac~eller, is a female
mlonkey, that exhlibits an extraordinary af-
fection for~l ra:t\. She is onec of the hor~p.
py family' kel,nging~ to the establishm~lent,
aqdsoo SI0:fter. being laecd thqre, couerciv.
ed a footiess for a racr, tihd was also a
mlemlber of he familyly' Upon every oc
easeion whn shu~e couldl eatchl the rat, ste
sould hlchi it inl lier arms, fondling it as a
Ilnother does her chlild, and' earossing it
wcith oelver markl of affction. Thle r~at noon
began1 to: like thiis kinidness, and would re-
ma1in for hlOurs in thle arWs of hiiS fr~ied.
Finally theo mlonk~ey would not allow tle
ratfr~omitsalrms a moment, even to feed,
anld ut:s tloaue pet was actually starved to
death!. The monkey met this bereavement
much inl the samLe manner as hiuman pa-
rents do the loss of offspring whlo have died
in consequence of over-foodness, with soobs
and moans, and she would not be comlfort-
"For twerlve hours she hleld thle dead r..t
to hler breast, refusing a1 ll th time to out,
or take notice of any of the other animals
of the 'family.' At last Mlr. Cntting took
the rat from lier by force, and fearing that
sh~e would voluntarily starve herself Go.
death, his placed three other rats in the
enge. This addition to her the bereavedt nimall to her senses, and the
care reqtuisitegto the .government of these
pets takes up all .1)er time, and sher is twice
as chleerfulils ever before: She is never
for a moment wvithlout somle one of them in
'her arms and fre uently fondles two of
nthei agtoe her grateut tlfor nilw- nations
(Aid inost frequently, when she is holding
one of them, the others are eyeing her ask-
ance fromu some distant corner of the eage

A Chance for Youing Ladies- Bache.

W~ho win rerpsohd to is n ?l meet
iug has been called in Stellaeoom, Oregon>
to consult about the best means of getting
an importation of young women. The call
was signed by ninety-five bachelors. The
follo ing is a co y of the advertised call in
th tiaccom Hrd:
Attentionl, Bachelorst-Believing that
our only chance for the realization of the
benefits and early attainments of matr~ialo'
nial allisnces depends upon the arrival in

oh At antStatus bn tla tobr t~ a ou
such an arrival a united efforts is called for
on our part, we respectfully request a full
attendance of all eligible and sincerely de-
sirous bachelors, of this community to as-
semble on Tuesday evening next, Februar~y
!!8, in IDelin & Shorey's building, to devise
ways and means to secure this much needed
and desirable immigration to our shores.
Signed by D. V. K. WValdrou.


rw.1~ r ,wa nrsE.HLB a alr e*-

eo 1~ln persguar, of tevier lsaiid

n~to.sot ing definitely the nature of thle
busns to be adertised. A~ny advertisement
not esoperly counnctedl with the business shall
be charged separately and also anly exesas of
ma~tter over the amount contratctd for.
All advertisementsa not manrked. with thle num-
ber of insertions Petiuired, wfill be continued
antilforb~id, and ochage for-
ni miv f~ulrar 11 be clutrge xforiall 1-
~adre ederCTisements snynble qj ~PlS
personr, payableinadva*ne. Allothers willbe
consideredl due whlen calledifor.. 1 0
~e~lur mn~,csCerds xc p an 10 00
Application for Letters of Administra 5 0
no otice to Debtors and Creditors. 70
A~ppication for dismissal as Aldminis- 1 o
to All1bills for JobPrintring,mauit bepaid
en thn delivery of the wor;.


8 8 Brokieloose cnrryingpaw"Jay
eoS must Lhwe a rs e yBat it no
Ease asked it, and every bodyJ musmt kaow all
about thevariouu asnd av r1 to in older t
leei o~n:yloor npe r ri on e. -c s.-."* l **
Il m, Short Brimts,CIlounna Ura analdeno
JIorphl mIkesl~en Bo ter Semb~rero, Janunty
Plulg U'glySwell HIear Ventilators, Reglatlno~s
and Tip Top, indfinet ever th a~gd mani n o
my~J. lcp iu hia hat. So hlur ll fl hns
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ASe~cep on haned everylreadofSing Brnerteday

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St BAugustlR Rl~Ohn'ss Co., Fla., .

WI AT TH 1AS. R ANDREU, t. Augrustine

, Florida,

Cheap GIoods.


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.. o S. ohs outy ..; 1th a :..r about a o'eloock, sh~pnt H-url- -04*E."". *** : Y1. M\., pl Corner-
thi e i Ina i.:1 brtsplaca: some six' ages ..i:~l o'f thlis *'.... lerw ..:.r. ienD to be erectediq
ing 10thr insta~nt:for tre pupoeofRtifying city, by some ~orson as yet -,~1.,.1,.... Ie b '.1~ ,-'j L;-G.1-:-l by: the (0. Rev.
EVERtETT aLnd alsolii th ominstions of Gen, was out in coldpany of t( fellow servant f n,.in I *** p~ procession was
ofl ls a .. 1 ~ L : ,,,, .. ingl~ posts. I I.. I- lel( II~.- .r t I go on;: ~i .J- r. c p. 1 .. malde. by the er.7ms
*.1? and Alonzo A:nuravo appointeq l ecre~ whenI) he went arounld to the grove~ to get 1"I".''" "''. 4 I an'.I.- I l its i
Lh or io orCmite fBe vp . a'!Bs. 1Yhile thius se aratci) he was boys qud ~rls of thle xeh~ools, hoi fell~...xd

ingl~ are hrsolutions rhichr hearing his cries, stopped and wenlt for hlim, :.I.' ly t .i r.. -.1 ih lr
were i n .. adtI fie r ehusiarrsmllyg and fohnJ himn shot in thle bowels. After endall ap~. ,, .. .. qs., Atr al,-.i.:.,a~
adopted.. the E. II..> II.e 1I' .J~-~ !It r~.1~
Iresolved 1st. Thatn, we pledp. h ~ 1Iaving been carried homel, hie was4 broughrlt m epoe
dwe Unior. of thre Statles:-casu 1 . .. -a , to torin, where hte died thle same evening, to Contr~ibute liberal, 1.. 0 lll r- a-len ~..I' rbk
. ;Iay,1 fanartio like **Lincoln" whio seeks n.s .oonvent. statinp--"that It was an underta'p
.::~: counly ry etiresiy uer Notto n~ aboult~k l sevop k. :1; ..I. w .: r.rilo l.. .rn ll prornbtira
avers its pief~erenc~e to be, to precipritate upoa It is an act of villany, h~ieh~ we trust, ,,,,,~ I ~,,,, ., .? ~1. ,,I,,~, usrlate cs, thd
us all1 theavilsu f Disunion, unless such faction may arouse thle citizens ,IIi LE.. ..I,_. to e atse of religion: .ud Ibc L.ut-o .l edow r-
1.a....." ri 1te exIs \IOrB nlioll ea r in- tive efforts to ferrit out and p~li,,,i -S iod. Coilvents .r.. ... i ..:I~r ...; in.u~.-
ciple;s dofthe nore-intervention of CQngress on From the fsets, it is not doubted, thant thi~s ments~ of ah" II.:III .r ) .'1 I
.I II . .,IL-11,, to 1ta msPoIienc outr~ageq~s Ingrder was comnlnitted by runa- hu ip s~b~i
Resolved lrd. Tha;;, we hleailyli ratify the w ay Ilegroes, somel of ghol!n have been nlot onllj thp edminnd s, bhoutsii thecon
onel~lau etion fED\~l EL~E eTTam o l~nfy~ urkingo es 11.: .3..pal..:ri.......] I:..r ;.v ierlnn:. sels of Chr1ist; Conv~enisiere and are the-e
rllI>-sl .. : I?.I-I a distihgUihe4e with head quarters at Hurlburt's. Their E' f :i* ** .**, .r10. Is..~, because ~their il.

II..s . :.1.-.~~ ii~, 13*~va rd. agiastit nthe morning,1eadingoputof town. It is eborerges 1 .l I J.r (Id rlLs-ch.ilaih
whom none have, or can raise a vaid~ objection- supposed, this boy came upon thiem sud- cto astkn611 sao~
Resolveddth. That, we are in flavor of alnd Alnygt!~ eil ~m ~ie tef o tit llretion awastkn. 1 mnr.
woill uphold the Union as ii is, and wi:1 slreau dnygihu eigtewil hyt hrytredlas
ously oppose the etforts fall sectionalists, hiking thecmselves di~scovered, took l; h*.
Norlll. or Southl, to wreaken unldermline or atroy it. thi wh-o rtifihmoto il qi. Rich was prit in a tiudbox, and inserted
R~esolv~ed 5th. Thant, we will earnlestly sup- If there is a gaug8 of these mullrderous' re- inl the ~.... rin.. b..f... ii was cemented:
/ r.... .'; 1, i.| .i .. 1porsioi, -111flgceelurking racathere, thorpis no safety LiOutn -d.D.I' rl.! .--um llptior- Of dieC
to protect and suppolrt our #;ltional inluustry, for any of those living out of then city, or B. V. '.1 Bl-=h.. of 1 I.1 .(acust 15thi
p~alrli. 'Ilr! un e ad uinedP aitnitfon Of goinglo in to tile COuntry. Any whlite per- 10,udrt. .*=t.aso '.u X
thle slaveryg questions, either tur the protections son ru~lhe havIe been shlot as well as r.his Supreme heand of the OUltholie Churlich on
or preventoolPcp 1 s clavery b~ ~y Con ress ca have nlegra Thes~e fellows sub~sist by thleft anld eaLrth; thle corner stone of the Convent of
na ifet, xcet a tedsu grall to Leour La~dy of Mnereg inl thle eity of St. Au:-
secclunni quisioins, medly to pro imolotle~ l th rolbbry. Sonic one is preyed upon, and gustilje h~as been ilad and blessed aepording
b tean sld dnengr~ol vuas vx w idesign lg elem- e ithler inlvlllotlurily, or otherwise, sufppo ts to the~ rules of clie Catholie Church by: the
Union ansolteeoeeicutnne,1 them. AreL there nA~ plarces in the cij~ity, to Rtev. Augutin Verot Bishop of Daii d.b
an rowned dlown, by every friend of is whFlich theyr resort anld fromo which thovg en Vicar Apostoliaof Florida,wassisted' by
count~d ry the V. Rev. E. Aubril and the Rev. B.
eole h.Thart, we cordlially approved or Stealthily. receive gidj' E~lse?, why ar!e their Alne
Sthe naom~ilnaion s of Hen. EDWrDY~li LtUZK' is .trackts giscLPoverd going r~u cus Forthe pub- ane
for Govrnmor of the ~State of Floridil, andlr of j .i~gaRihIollr rr~/c/,l uh INMATE UOFT HEK CLONENT.,
BEJAMIN~lZLE ALLEN, Esq.,f'or Repes~entlig weal wgc nnu vr ite u JIB.JOTIlER UGOURI,
live in Conlgress, .-ad wecall onl and iunvue ;ll o ey otokowatigononis* lTIl A E,
Union loviagiladcauserrtativemnen tocuopopr- thi ow *'l*x Y~\eIr oq~ en SISTERALOY~S~IA: S
ate in thle support of' toese National anid Statie hi wpcaie? emy quend E NGlST
ticketsexamnine though we ha;ve no paitiegllr TiER8A
t ]a~l ditan t lhi ro j naomi te~lfredine rosnfrssiin re yc nout all too -
R/"lesolved~th. That~, wve hold as unwarrantablei remuiss inl this.a Thoughl this is "LeverJ t
:Iln opposed itie spici of Euur re inls tut on body~'s busineiss," yet it is thlat of epor t@-
tI o sustansl the succession m thle Pre~salcncy, or dividual, and all are inlterested.rr, ~~b rIE
to pe eat th flgull exercise of thle will or the esget hte reot hudC L
I.; Thati, we regard 1rie personal enld help, ouiglt there not to be a general eidnof ..18at
ie i h the n rkicoilr ao i tee teio seacrh or scouriing of thle coulntlv for mailes M. *:1 .1: ?..
ofhiB smeeesor, as art~il once ugaratllory to thle aroTIun~d, anell every lurkinrg place discover. Governor of the Stnte of Flexidr.
highl po ition h~e occupies, barangng hlimr dowrn ed F~ IIor somle of thleae neroesuc, thIereL are PAUL ADNA~U,
.0:'~ "l;he ... 1llb .v an agr- doubtless idirewad offereUd, wh'jich niordlS iin Mayl~or of thie City of St. 1...'..:..r
neP 4 ll aA dddoiy Col~~agi-ducemen~tt for the undertakling. iLet no heubrof tol ,d
.rllen lgt. II.Yunham r;udedu 1 I ,, one dogge to lasssin j thiis, beenluse they Several ntedalls, colus &0., were also put
AZ club was formed to be kinown oas he BeUllanld hope to euscapadepredglion onl injury*, Thley in the box, ic ,I al p. .. I.,1JI. a r a--.l, a
riep P rcidn ig j tdClidtheres U. 12lumphreysj Sselcretary :jonesl, Who contribute, unknonwnl to t..eln b l ....,r. **
th ol~d T Int t il eidi ro of Ie;t """Q1 selpes, th~e :....t -ciey to the support of T eW ahr
miresed t uls h rceigso hsti ago arI- n eprde. After a period of dry noid 0usaual~ly hot
t metng ATOL OIV~o, s a fur~ther rea~sonl, w .y there should be a weather, we halve beenl favored, witlinl thle
Pesient "eitnterst u tis chee, e ugetha last week, w~ith ~ostt copious anld refreshl-
Am-~oszol.Rl:rtns AI. "R*vo, sertrtelse reqqasdejs anet unlfavorab;y thle ne- ing shlowera, ;mu1:Le .l; .....1 n
Constitutional Union Meeting. grocs am"ong us. If thely have inltercuouse .invigorating winds. L .. I nsed II. r hq
}V cmpyveycheruly, iha re- wihteerftes n h I elh ly ut sun anld perching weather will seriously
quest~~~~ ~~~ to pulsh s nno fcores o n that inltercouurse is onrr injurious.-- intenrfere Rith, te potlto -ctop~ We lre
poli~ticlopnns to p proceedings so of cuthes 1Yh \'o can tell hlow 2ranlt that inljur~y nIny be told also, that the y~ield. of cornl will be far
gELL tiff) opoeVERTT tlueetiglocdion ofri tol you own servantM T_~ ~~~~~~hey maybe tr~unt- less thlan is usuall. Th'lis will be a serioldn
GVenilng Lile 10~tl illit, att .hiditc~r' Ilotel, woalirth, but 110W lollp a111 tlley remain so loss to this place, as thle Floridar is.....
tisT~fy Te eslitinsexresio nuder suchl deleteriJous influiniCes. SUp- talsod inl tlis vicinlity, is far mloreC esteoused
tr.I b sen a trng egee f ttah-posing thcre wa~s no communications, which for thec use of the table, thlaln lly kinld im~-
itent toSCI t Uniou; adwe~re cannt 'but- is scaroolp spoae case, the bare f~act ported. Ware the mlenus of transportation
thik hatth getlmonwh aggiedthat negr~e es n can run awa, and2 rclnain ot tro lands south of this opened hv
thecm would shlow saull a tuschmentia a thr fo ots otegetdtieto h h otmI alRati ull
or pacicl an.. 1.,.:.. .- sh us ufnate and tle coummunity alpprartly in- of cord vn~d w a~rd gl s be aibunldant il thle
th fI !"10 different on thle subject, necessarily operates mark~et.

n NE, tsuportotriboir tl *. unlr tie ii~lr(ioslyF up)on ev.ery slave in our midst.
b uscontiziro tsprser011 ad'1,, 1 ,,,., ..r useupe, and he hals liv- From thlelntiaw ii, * : /. d inst.
Dol fu ucunn he 7T .....g practienbili ty and safety LE:TTERII FRIOI.~1: UB ECKINIRIDGEO.-
ws e ild; of a t-s t -- q.?'. -- m.....lim. . Jears' I H~on. John Erwvin, President of the Rtich-
S One of Ilhe resoluticus reflects upon u ...~ .-. l ... I .11 v1,...1, Id to ,,,,,4.4s...i,,,,,,, ,,,~? I sarljn, J.. us the fol-
Prezident BootAnNaN for the interest he .i.:1.1.r..adislnslwnltefo o.J0 rcirde
I *- t w e Ic eet ions o flele B RsteC KIN D Ee Il og ard to o n o wn~j interest ~t a nd th e good .x si '. ui.. n min nation of th at C ~ouveu-
ButI weI cofesq~al outrselve unables tose of th~e comulnluty should prodipt us to tion:
whytheeneabl pario wh fils heawaie to some citetti. Clin aly indivirlualL I~r-::. i. r.:.*...Tr..\~ 26th, 1860.
preedentlltl' c`;.. 3,. v.1.1 .:.t equally reanidfrn! hl o oehn Da*.'. .1 In ar:. **... your lettef'of.

cndd s efreth these robbera~and a Gcrderers, 1. u..~ ..ur .:I u., ....moinus.0~ ir 11.: 1'.. .4. n.~:, a:1 he~

100 + O Ala Izn s sar aru by 8e stl mo d U nie dSte8 b~r theh 000~tc o~
IOE-MBr. D~icklasori arrived in Bilti- some of thosae most belo~ect 4- a -C. 'l ibi L acept di~e nomination, and shalfl
thereon Thursday, and stopped at~risi~n'ns ainot~ us No one can tell how sogU jlu. si to merit te confidence implied by
If. 1,.I. he wals serenaded durilgr the 7,,,l g, UI, hli.j ,4,],trcl? oni this sub- I heaction.(1. I Cii~o iulral.
Ile~..,,, pies earlod hreimtfd o pnhe jact mray enld in great-injury to many.We ta* flas e.n sir

on,, !I~ no middle ground in fisuch is agatake. Thantlel .. 1 t:. 4 1 .u IJ
t~he'~ 1.riol contest, either Breckrin- friendlssomewherei i ..1. ~I, !r . .~. II... l t~,i ..... I amn v urhiiend,
.1~ ... i:: rt... li, Ia J. ;:. .p lys he u u n- 1s

'.0li..:. .:I .,with powder, b.rllili:. l. 1I:-r rolls ..n1 LI1lonll CI ( au~tloY G <.alU~-
tl.., b IIi. 1. .1 ?, wa, -.11 id 2lth the wiSe iSsufiCilenZ

S.* .r..f Ir~ Jiidge.Douglas made a speech ir~ Cuan Sea( , PL.r proi~~ns The On-
SIn1l n al ral y d o t su pols o ie uon Memphis blr i.. ... in which he tised the Ibs ~.l~a. 1 !~.~ ~ ~s~~ages

withldr;wi I ..f ;-l-. s ho wns ougX in the following~ langouage in reference to M~r. boe e eroo 00) urU ui
field as a ..~ .I; a i :t... election of Lin./ Bregijkiridge oe e: nerf~t hZq I""' wl. b
poln.- LI think the South entitled to the next moder I a i ry hoas n t~een is adive
PssonL--i Eceleay rg, ~I, nomination, and should like to see Mr.. o
PsaoNL.-isExellnc, o M B okiridge obtain it.` He is pe-pubr~i ..J. only 11 o ~--5 .:.. 0 ; pouo~r afu-
S. IPeh rrrtied in this place 60 thd~ 26thwilthpryIbieeevr heean rcabe -...-prngn Teear
Ult.:.tidle)fY.t next. day In thle Steamuer for! deiervedlaryso H e is an ably-we me, will~ Ca be~o..'~i-ps~ u .P Charlestonl.. He returned on the abr*r ult "> ddelso t.:I." usenaut... .;.. .. ad islul.--
.and tbokt the Chrs th~e following day, f... 1 rrh.- .. good President, and wirh J.rid- I ,177 . sh.:... who n :.11 Is~he and...

_ __ I_

S\,... .i1. to nofice the Dem~oracy of St.
--- ...~ assermbic le a l h city !ia1, nnd
t "I, 'I."' -11 Tpnp t. b o. 8 luet -
quest;l. to act as Sect'etry,
the~~~ ~~ (I ,..... .11 .. 1 I of the
meectinc: .. 3 .....,,,... 3l ll.l..Il.....I pro-
ceed to ounu. -.
On mot odat, mnun nidut mn from this
PlroinrL andl two from thre other Precincts be
*i x... IJ "3e. i. -l.rq Dldegates tomeesthle

Iopp *f *:~ andid~to fu til 1 1 l

.I. . Plreeinet-A4. D. Rogero, I.
.1--I I. Canovan, J. D. U jun., B. n D.
Ponce, B:: Cirones, P. 3.. : J: .TF. Laileir, R.
Pncol~tt !'I og!It-E. MarinB" prpen L. Co-
Muccasin Branchl-B. Masters, Jr., .1. So-
ciange Mill--E. C. Blmpkins, F. L. D~any
Rollstowu--L. G. Bibley, O. Yelvington.
eymdetjnene--V. R. ])upon(, A. J. P'ellicer.
Resolved, That thle above Delegates, he ano-
rloied ~to nomiont a itnblabl te lndidate or
t. u' 1 ... I l... the24hinst..ll atrange
1I hbaor'tho purpose of mlaking said nominol-
Ressbrve, 71...l ... i'... .i .... ''....L 1...1J

approbj nio of tile Uhi .... vr
mously agr~eed to proceed to the Public Squnre
for the purpose of Ratlifying thle Unominations,
of J. C. BHECK:IINtID)Ci for P'resident and
Gen. JOSEPH1 LANE for Vice P1resident, Gem
JOH[N MILTON for Governor and 11 B. 11il-
ton fo' congr~ess.
Thle followings Resolutions were thou offered l
and uniuimausy ndop ~d ... .pry
St. Jolitis county in M~ass I I..; assemtbled
IrclJ nia aone noinrli n or di a ounO N
JOSEPH'I LANE of O~regon for iPreident anld
\'ice 'rpsidenlt of the United S~;trat, and
plclege them their cordial support.
fescalved, 2ndJ. That, thle Democracy of St.
li11, countys npprov o (1
,, 1 011(.RNIlDGE .. A L.11 1.
.~ II ... se sis liveir~ " I 1 **I
creed~, inuamuchi as it g~uarantees equal rights
to theu peopic of sill por~tionsu of this Unaion,
the ob~ject for whichl usle Union wasf fo~rmed.
Resol~ed, 3rd. Thlat the Demovcrny of St.
Johns county hereby approve of and~ ratifj
thle nomiost~uroul of ion. JOH1N MBILTON far
Governor anld i:OYERT U. IllL'TON fo:
memlber to Congrro. a ad pledlge to them tre
unlitedl and convinl :ujppor~t-
r I t sid co:oui l 11f til Il 1 nsons a n
hle' stali~, ~alddreassd ailage nlumber of a rl-
fea o r Ju-l~ e~~4 stg ie a nstrall in a
dIl several canlldidtate iiif Ithe ield: show~ing
oclnly,i Ehn IeN Gn tue~i~ Nfor to e
HIilton wasi next called r.. I : I 1 I I
crditosistaus, h nin nder him in thi clqian
iievolved 4thr. Thant, weo tenderl our sioncee
tbaul to ilss s lcall, Ind litiaon fiit hlear ery

pciucrl ft e, ,. Thart the piroceeiinlgs of this
meeting ;,e putfislied in thre br. Aliugusine Ex-
airsl.u er. I i. "..._ 'bU'1a.... cll -1,

0. A4. PACETTI, Secretary .
8t. Augulstine, August 11 189.

DOuglas at the DIOl:1il.
It becomes mnore vident .. ..1 thao
ll.. =. r. ..i D...oLass even! at the

lie will nolt receive 000: electoral vote. Thle
resulelso folr as he is concerned, will thlus
be a Signail rebut ae of a deinagog~ue's :Itubi-
tion anid trealchery. Thlroughour the nrrth-
ern States indienio~lins are' Strong of a union
upon BRE~CsiNarIGE Of all couservative
men. 'l'le nemiaesof Southern 1,1-
in tliat Ecttid:n Of tl110 011100, a =. 14 IIu lv
~ale f'or a time between the "Litttle G:iantL
auld the L1AnL.eleutlABE I1avoredeole-d their
affectiuos uptin thle B~liotk Republican ral
A Jubilant Display.
After thcir meet~i;y ol thea evening~ of
the 10~th insft., our 3BELL fl~d EVERI.'f
fellow eirtizens indulgdJit l a processiioi.
Weo were airoused troill oiur elumlbersY ata
late hour by the music and abouts alttu-
dant upon this demuonstr~iion. 1. .s.
was certainly very handsombe snd sulccess-
fu~l. Quit a crord had :....<.1..1, he
mlusic was good; and the transplrenpies
were elegant. Th~ough not a -. lb.ti .,.
,, the eutbus~iasm of the occariuon we oqpld

tion bqure~ ., -. ; a. more especlial-
ly a:s tliei: tlrumph nevcr can les aftelyagds.
Hq. yg L. Yl,
The East Fl~oriionl sayis: Tift' .I.= e ..
guished gentkeman arrived 'in the I;..... 1
on the lilst ult.- We were pleased I... an.)
himin possession of his usual Lettth and
PISrassrva.IA.-Th accounts foam
l'enuiylvania ore of tirei mosencouraging

jhliae taken pains to informl themselves,
prite thai th~e supporters of BREcttlNrIDG
arid L L* ... qscreasin every day, w il
D)OUGLAS is ra~p dly Josing ground. A
Lewistown corregd~jident of the WVashrington
Coustitution, say's: '' ; '
'LThe Fiorpey-Douglas 094y~ention on. the
26hat Halrrisburg wans a msciit' contedglti
ble fizzle. I determined to knlow the taikit
afs~elf, anld with that view went to Hairris
burg. You nay relyon it, it zoasa misera-
.ble farcc

I sessin HIL1TO and CL cL, in Slactr al-

k~T. aq48RI~E~ F~~14~[ lus~t, played before the Electory of St. John's
BT 8DA'Cotuaty io a ver~ clear lig~higlnd with con.
8 RDAYAlliqut 18 860.
r ... p .. ,the duty 11~ich ouhen
JAMES BT--'RT SQ* 9* ** 1I~I(I eIpeci:1 y in te' present crisis, owe
uly authorized ta net n a\s Age for Ithe S to themlselvesa and to their section of ri..

r. i~ie a~.n-; l ~ ~. .** nu w' ll r ree t ll the Irvr] l TuT f Ih 8oua 11 to
r~~li. Nmi~li in respect tq t!p commllon proper~ty
t~L-~-~-~T -~-;~-~L-==~-_~;~~L~=- of both.~ It isa q uestion'. l i qf pbierst
1 ~fonalDemlocratic NominaLtions. OSfliC tooln oalyti~ra
pei~ but thle honllor of thle South. It'de
E'OB 1HI:! 1~.~1 ided in fhvorof her equarl r~qhtx, thle clon-
d()\ (, ]( ~~S~~~il~I rF)(' federacy willressc onl the firml ba~sis of
orIC T Ii. ""' 3 I, , si. -- an regarld. Biut
;r'..lil.:l 3 :- 5.I~.. i.*a=filiticismu elanor.
usly' demands, howf shall the South sub-
].OR ICE RCSIENT. mit to the degradation thus heaped upon
Wel!, aos ph I~ane, her; hatrahall thayt cordial and frate nil~re-
-~j - _,,,ir~~ ,, .ii... ...II~ua which II... !don-
06 OR~l)~jL] rlid~ll;: **. L:ut aI fojmt of. Fiors, and the

S~ta e 11.;... .ll...[ .?[. ~1.=> w a ....r....
; FOR GOV\ERNGHr or force.` That Union wras foundedl on mu

J-OHN[~ M\ILTON. swaubmAtre Let buthhd inkuteal ce se
and the Union perishes lik~e thle fabrio of a
OF JAOKSY iN ~ dream It wans framled or Ifnl' in a s irit
*- .:.f' l., .r'~ i.. .1 and for the equasl benefit
F~OROONGI4ESS.. gfiailue States :..I u that flAt~ernity

shall be destroyed anld t~hrt equality, is no
morle, how3 stinil tlicir palper re~preseuntedve
endlire? It becomes a I... ... i.i! :..i..1.
a tablet elased. Those whose cr~y is "thle
Constitution itnd thei Unio;," should
bear in xuind whly thye Unlion and the Coll
stitition iWere furined. '~Lhen the shi fail ivb~icd'thecy were desiglid 'to .....
Inust not tlhey falll to thle gr~outid. .
Thie' ~.I.".. u. ." .. berge the .people can
no I e....1i... evaded. ;Shall the South as-
sort her ,. . 'aliF hier' EQUALITY1 Aill
] hiwthDrlo east ..11.:.I .. ~. ~Le ~cof'ici co-
tion for any presidential ticket other lian
that of the National Detlnocralcy, voe,
whether witlingly or not, agarninst thle wellilre
of the South. A little reflection, we feel
assured, would brin~g theml to thle same cor-
clusion. Indeed we cannot understand
hoft ay friend of Southern institutions
who listene'dto the dischasions of Saturday
can fdil tb Sipp~ort our ceandidates. The
Orators of the opposition, though able and
ingenious, utter~ly failed to meet. the urgu- l
ments of the Demuocratil Spe~k~er~s. Such
was the impression made up~on oulr minld'
and such alsowe feel;eertain, was the senti
ment of the respectable audience which
filled' die Court1 001?-

'- ~
The D)Emocratic MUsiB Meeting, the pro-
ceedings of whichl we publish inl another
P part of this paer was an enthusiastic: and
gratifying demonstrations. ';? u. I' ...r.
it will be seen were appointed II ... I
Augrustine pr~cin~ct, and two from eachl of
thle other precincts, to represent thle County
in thle Senatorial Convention at Pa.intkal on
the 25thinst., and the same delegation
was empowered also to nominate a egndi
date for Rcpreseuntaiveo to the Greneial
haBsem i.
The Resolutions breathen theo right spirit
anud were adopted with cordial unanimity.
At thle conclusion of the fornhial business
gilr. CALL and Mr.. HILTON being speeqs-
sively called upon adldressed thle meceting
in speceches of great force and cloquenoe
whlich were enthusiastically applauded,
Talk with your Neighzbors!
Between this time and Election we trust
every intelligent `friend of BRECKINRIDGE n
and LANE, willdiscuss with his neighbors
and frienodr thle prindiple~s upon which thie
DeomoFgratic party' has placed its ticket,
tlhe eq~ualityof tlA Souih zin the Euron
anld undrer the C'oristahtiot d Who -*.<.11

01'v:ettos erotai.s do" *2 To bc

Let there be a hluge Majtority!
Fellow citizens of St. John's County; be
not content with:1.meremaujority, or even
a decisive majority for BEOCKINRIDGE
and LANE. Let the vote in city and
county for our glorious untional rI ,r i.-
large beytind precedetnt. Npy let ~it be
, 9 pgqq;.5~ll: Will not EVERY chiozell
of St. Ahns' Coun'ty cust hris ballot for
JOHN ('. E _.Lut.NRIDGE:
Unionf orthe Bake of the Union.
Time is -one kinud of Unibn -i'whcle
would d bd h eured, w uld go far us pi et

thle cordial co-operation of Sou~thdra mer2
in sustaiuih a c-ust rights of pt'l B a ad

"1Union men" should separate themselves
from their brethren, to sustain the shadow
of a par'ty, ad Candidates whlose success is
a simple impossibility. Nothing so uuch
encourages the Black Republienna as div-
ision among Southern mecn. .

R.~~O 3 qZTN
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M6e eettag of IRS

Agreal to publi 'announcement, a
lr concourse iof 114 jl.-~i r r ri -- .B --lar *,
bounty assembled in this City on Satrdiiy
]saitthe llsh inst., to hlear the political
q8eithons of the da discussed by the cann
didates representing the Deinocratic and
()ppositiodil parties. The spacious Court
fAom wris wdil fdlle~d at 10 a. Inl., when the
Hean. B. F..: AL de Bd and Evuerett
. cnodidate for Cofigresst opolied ttkh disces.
alon. His speech though ingenious was
shost ably and triumphantly answered by
r2il`~if lmocratic Congressional nomlinee
TOn. B. 11. 'LTONr, bffo fi~llowed him
n mtrivriveff the~ pol tical field.
Wfe have seldom had the pleasure to listen
to so argument so pungent, able, and con.
vincing as r. BILron's. It manifestly
abadd deep imp ressfon 1.p..n all present,
anod must have been regarded as imoanswer-
able by eery candid mlind. It is not in
our power to present even an outline of his
remarks Sailie it to say thathe present-
ed dti8~d day' btf'outhern men, in the pres-
ent momeintouser~iefs, skeltarl asB to leave
no room for doubt or hesitation An yg pi-
triotie mind. Throneluti -daess:'a
;rttits cloe the large aiidievee8 testifed
d~iepjr ;.p-c.- al 5; 'i .c.. phasis and en-

G;en 1:r-s seii I(I:I~.FIAS, the Bell and
Everett can~didaite for Governor followed in
advocacy of the position of thle "Constitu-
tional Union party" and was responded to
by the Hon. GEORGE ,V (. r -i I~ mooa-
tic eandidate to BP'esi kntizi Ei.. ~.r WI Te
have seldom listened to so eloquent s speai-
er, or to a speech so forcible and telling.
Mlr. CaLL, though young man, has fewof
the accomplishments of an Orator to learn.
Nature has endowed lair with a pleasant
voice, an s reenigle person, and an address
emIinen2dLS8tly;; iddfteel wkb 4, fier~suade
Nor~ike less indebted to stujdytnd reflc.
tion. His mind is stored with facts and
information constituting ti01n oir n...g .(l,,,
polifician,which he 'Lset~ v~~rb 'o.1.; i at
feet and consumate skill. Apparently
without effort hie answered the arguments
and demolishe~d thie positions of his oppo-

and abusa were vindicated in the most coin-
plete whenor; and we cannot bits think
llbsteven'oirr iFPponents, sincere
bC we belicve them [:. bc tn their fidelity to
the Ahur I;?b dh.shnl-tlrbc in their pres-

The VOIRnteer.
Wre have received th ~first nnmber of a
paper with the vboe tfj ss esd in Nef-

the Vo tleer will bean able defendero'
Democratic principles, and an earneastup-
p'orgeuhf Messrs. B~reckinridge anud Lan?'
as the traie $reg~Pci Latves of thoae prnucip.
les.- itratatee, thlbt'it "starts with a guar-
anteed circulation of ten thousand." '.He
stands by he n against .night-uo frown
wi~lldeter him,. no smile Miissande himn.
eyr ebserfully rceommegd ~the Volun
teecr o Luchlair'wis~ah ew Yorki Democn-
i;e ir.4.. '.' .


hisresidenceirt Alachua.-East Fkridian n
rnia a -

.Nov.: ::_I i
J. L:3. rLBuillU

sdimprouq ... tdjJ
Inc.. ~i~~e .6 .... < perT Lb

q i. s lhIlr:iti fe .cope -1 6, e

-] 1 1- 1 .0

US aoels..r I- L~. T .n
lc ] ii ./a t

Onell or more o f the Denocratic Cand lrltes
F, Gsr1noF, . t l~ Pt $int olol
aud places, vin:
Hlillsiboro' County, at Tnmpn, Jully 28.
Ieninorlo ( ,
'1 iAellonville, L 4
V usin, t 7 II Volsi, (
St. Johns L! (a so, ugustineL'1 11

cease~ptd rernsted on e tipediate pay-
ment to heur ders gued. Aga alL persons
uvndgt Gi: 6. ;II. : Est6i. .
i\-hlin tf oyeei, ozrthis noticewnill -. 1- ~
St. Augustine, Juldy28 I860. Sw.

BPPLICATION will be madle to the next
L. ,,: .,, ,. rI idda, for achar-
ter of*~i a .. I.. thae Epoting
to and Impopti~ngfrom. or~eign countries, under
thle namle of the Southlern Ex-port anld Import

A LL i u La i. E ..l. as I .,
1 .- ig ,l i a- ,.
n edalten payment to th~e undereigned, ]~. ,ii
persOuShlaving claims against the said .ul ~
nerqisct n wil b te same wihi at

JOSEPH180.0glI C. FERRElIRA Administrator.

Auly 7-186. Sw

le q. I es P~.., ,
lo II ., I .. ... -. s. as. ..; ...1. e
(i .I /. .. . I a... u s~ red a
La . .... ., s.......,n.. r I-.s I 11 re re -
lo m al 1 .. ...I I n. I ...-.m rlil 8......
os th< 1 l.I.,. I .e" "'ra an Lanar..-.

The g1. I li,1. ..,.. p.. . I until the 1st.
M~ondlay in Mayn.
~lellgt~ase as '::el: is an anlth
Thearbove sual is postponed ulntil th~e first
'Jl~ale 1 v e is postponedl unil tile xlet.
AfIonday in nugust.

M 11 rs c-. i r I I.r..' ~1. 181 1 h?

T.. .bv sal po ..3~P irs; rie ss:-c

1I~*~~I .-. ,t- Ji~~ Ilnrl Ibr 11< irs.
The aore sa~le -i9~s poned unu the ilrst
Tiw h~n~avele portroned.~ unsil the fls

The above sale is postponed util -the -fa~t'

..ra ~ I~ n .D Wtic ca

.~r c.irur *** -r nel unrst us Mr

I I:.. m Ir P. e re;ll on frr
Monda in ogr ~u r ori


II..- a un .rr .,r .- ar t 1,=, or

in ~ qe~~ th ntd tt
They ..A .rsee.... ..if v...m :;

la ge v n -d~

P.-ft][4(]h l' Alill (CHMilt]Fi 1 FUrit..

AG~~--lsOR CasadaRaeSwEE eA4 an-uei-a~

h' Go dli Reiidled on TruEam--.


STbe ORDR89 fins ihr ~.?i NE'th.Tii** -

yr....1e i r .. ).. _1: a. .- 1 .... : I to fromn the plantatio n o 'lit. J. orute r ."ar .il ,
de) ponI 14 1 *II. *.. IWacahollota, Florid;a. Thle cotton: is con Ce 01l M l
ell Iru~i S a .1 I I u. II I 1s n 4. n 1o:ll: Id e OON, Deoo stip Can. -
South Litag I **1 11.* put l. ir. LI r n .rI ent. Its arIvoCI lher~e is abrrut four didate for Governor, will address his fellow-
.l II pull~:. .I. ii I::I 11. r.4 a 1 .I.11 ..Ii weekhS iin advance of the ecoeipt of 'the first c itizens of St. John's Gaunt~ty in this GCity,
,,. al. o~r.' If I. ..i1 I. *l~ 1.*I in this markg t in irevious years, on Friday 31st ~inst. .
inade to understand tho pal ;uF..... ..rI ItuarClyV~ I..r...,, .....l i... ...garHded as an 1
iho )ou ghn:,u n oion l Nog do 1.*.1 b.:II- ir.: c 1** -*. .I 11.1. J.. o.~ II- o F the crol 9 v.,.II.* o ..1 .C l,
Ia would havre a coI.)rporIS puard there. Which we regret id learnu i, .~l-.;.if 1. t)10 i.1 -:'.:< i the East, has been anproin-
On pr.4. Ju, 2 -il... ,,some se~tioris of F orida for? n . .. -~- ted as Inember for this State onl the Cen-
I.F I,1 Lll4 1 ,,,,l 1 .. I .. , uy< atibl Committee of thle Nqtional States
,Injil,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ; les.It.4,.,1td1.1r specintide~spaitch f.... 0 1.,.... 11\ignlt9 Demoocratic I*,.[
Fem~incinr P.:-r I r r.,,ties n til t n e iit la t r I O1'Bri R 1\TO~S.

,r~ ~ .ll.*.nro~l; .. -i ...... I~y ovrer 15,C000'. ""-0.1L'" aboqta arm!l'iscgtipp fbc elve PI Naples despatchr of the 234i ult., says r
5.. 1: 8.s..: ri ..1. Knows Notir nonshs; qiso, thi4ot conventon of delegates tha~t M~essinwand S y~aseu had been eva-
p2.eal y run IIIa-d 111 1 le come out for inll we I 1.' II..'! I'.. .''. r .'. d uupted~by the Rtoyal troops, whlo were being
..t. .Lmuidst Ln~ 1... ~ ~ In s ate now szea- racted Reipu..l: T 1..~.~~ ., II. have steamer to Naples.
,us. ian~vied .1 i.c l." I ... '...1,.,33 GaribaldihIas captured Mlelazzo.
it is noct likely thant thle invitation nill be Slicror .iboanuel h~as resolved to senld an
FE2r,, r..15Id JJS 1J -n' nel:lceptedi : autogra- nli~~ phl letter to Garibaldi, 1 . ..-1or.. I
li x b on .e ndr;l r1. III h .TI \11 11n.1 i lilr;-.... orB Glmnll rant.-To the Iliml not~b to stcra the oontiuental po~sses
G1~ 1116 du~to tstl trt rrl buu s l. **31.....,... -r Ul.o ribaldi," wr~itteri by ,\ sionsf in Napies. B
,.1 I:rSli, November oth victo in this. exanoder D)~1Unms, anld for some1 tnuel palst in Eleven i thouspud Firench top a
Y wtr ill nre *:r I:; thing. **IIII II:I .IisY pourIseof publieni~on ini theO Sieelo, Ga-ribal gboe to Syrik.. Thirty heo hundred- ant.

I|. I,. right IIIII thu.: I:uitra a er.. gl... II..- It. .... ili 1. .... , 1~.:.1.. 1)etWeGB th-?

an.~~~~~ ~~~ and. (1 nous for~o r Biiy~ureckinridge and 1.?2 .. into thle water, anid that he ad p l e pgdiv'ol lnd been coubltermanded a .
D)E Solrn, nrO., JuiJy 28,-Thre ]ireekin- thro iie eodh eceltelt s 1 s qgni lq diggadinia co:,sent to Grart
iddp and Lane Feellug progreseses mlore anld tIhad just befolre l b~een adj to de barldi's pr~opositionfor, 1 a tr~uce ,f six mlonthls:
atrdalxn theil result. 1. ill;; Novembere~ co a e Tho-A driatihrbi~le ipsLay Frankllin and
bring~ the i~c uns of black repub~licanisml j T'nl:and htl proba~ible all tli pnso on-e Thle Pp as decarl~1aid not to quit R2qmo 1
intop..a Il E ll*y wll iss hei mk. ipcee now publiishes a letter siizedl "J~. JulnAsraa usaaera
Mia~sse3r I all .I Julgr in November.- gIniba'd, 0 Rlue dol1' ~aluse, at the Bail to send troo rs to Sy b
BrAieLsot.v Miss t !jluSly 29 -B el is o Pere; nud m for Du i;- le~e~" .le lpho s say~ec inl l833, ild balill Gi / s no~ olesecoe
is; not, to my certain kn1owledge,~ as rngle i* ad .. r.. "'i nam ;Ilof in tola whom sumurloe towib at conference wond be..r
manurths ouny ho17 ddvoe 1lie owed his life'' ailnti Edlishl Abulns'; ndors. I b.. m~rl ..t:
him in anyeven~t. thleti i nterview lind nlot transpire~d.
Corro~ondnce f t~eConrer. g. Gen. Wml. (E Uqtler~,of Kentuck`y, It was, hllnoweve, well uonerstoodl that
Corespndeceotheouier thcanidae fr he {ic- Iosienenth~e views of tbo mblessdors were hostile
Was;llunTo ro July 24, 18150. tll .pdd~t -o th tic~~i~eo n~ .. i.3i1. sg of the Juar~es Action, and
A4 new aspect is givenl to thle P~residenliti p 1848, wilen Gen. Oa~ss ran for thle Presi- r l. odd llithrgweto
contest by the movement ef a few ploroinent; :i.~ *Eill )" heckrinridge anid aine. thwart it.~ Kol oali hi ~wr
indlividuals in New York towardsa sTePnsyloanian, of Philadel wofdebpo' 2 0 Mim
comubination of all the political acemets phip, boists thle Breockeridge flag. unlder1 ii rentch and English prothetoral:e.
iostile to I!al. Ir*:pl i.i;. r,-, i... rthe defeat of 'ThI~s soddenI~ movement is regarded hiere
Lincoln an.) 1. rI,, ... I.:.. r.1..... of thle Stalte BRIE'flKInIDGE, the patriot a nti do ht-bloly tothe ausofthe Libpra;ls.
government fromu IHpub~ip an misrule -- un~~IfIUE IWAhN slEWS, ln
bI'ough te movoemen wlas ~lcrocdg by BREzClfsaiDGE ti hehnestusu rlno RrP OF S. 1~UGUib.Siip.
a few peruons, at al meeting aIt a private DBaREOKINRIGE, the auorrulpted mn n
hlouse, is has ono nesarned grave propolr- BlRECKIIPNIDG1I ,i -: --- ... I-1 ., ma. L
iams, and is likely to b: attenlded whith alo- BREBCKIN1HRDGE.thell relinsle man.
ces.A expo~sition! of the project, its ERE6CKINRIDGE4 rthe salfe mal-n.
nervcesity- and ithSibility, apppaered it: f(h EnE:ICKiNRIDGE, the Unionl-lovin man.. Aqrived.: ~lD C!
New Your ;.' a` ! oft 1,. 5 CONRM.NFEDCat ud
19th inst.t ']1.. ..grular r .1.. I' --a BILEC' IZR 1CIDGE Ihe Unionu canidae qre y fo Calstnwihno\sotd
PExecofie Comte-oty Duls lR~ RDE h on unscn ide ourgo.~ of. Ph r,1 CoruI,~ lnd. ProviaioUIs to crder.
Inen---hav called u sEta~:to oetion,~~ to b noDL): l to coep aosu f!ltirs l < asses l

tha this 'ouve tu si lielectt P os idel- IBRECKISnRIDGE,~ 4tould receive th~..e suMa- JOHN Li. lU!I:. n ]CLAND s o ,l: ..
tial Eletor-al Ticket, compo.sedi .. 1,I.i of ges of nLr. rgo i moru, asi. I oria. a~~ 53 80 ar~s -~.
D~ouglas men, but aiso a\is: a a 1- .1 oi who love integrhyl, al~ip~a ari
members to the~T1 E.. ..' ;. men' o, anld al who love virIn.IIU (1I w~ho ;:- li L f I L.
iv lproportion.. r I. .' I: 11lr~ and Evett us '".. ;i"' a i. T()JUS b 1ECI Our,
TFi.1 1 tr b;) I..T .r.1 by a~lick Brok r.L oipp~o. In tlR is ic-..,:~ 000~ ~ C sac~on, ]Ob:L.. I wlsh rd,1
iEl;- ?' .I -~I ~;~' 1 o Auo be 11l~ 1i~ 1 ntr.il1C1/11D b~ ii~se in: Uni ofi, these '. . "o b1Lea d.t l

BUBil itte n rian t ollt-w \FI tleillltlli~ ns ag,, There is S' mfe inlt~leretI ng mrs frop~i 1 '"i:; ~ref i.4)kg ~i,~ L
nlso to adopr ic on thle- part of thle IDll anod Germlniy. Thle old aristcratic, but fr~iee, buL~ri el c or B. E. CAR.
Everet menl. Th~is ticket will, of course, Cnoustitution of thle Rcpubjlic of U~nmburg, Auu 1 .
bef crhosn bys a largeC maljority althoughX] is no mor1.U Ano extenslive scheme11 of re-
rjwuneof the pulitical lendidres 11iuy Inou ak~: fi upl inlt se~l SL1? of iceDPCSlresint a.( illtUl- quutl.

York eaneleet either Jouglas, or Bell or namle of "Consktitutiali 'ofth'e Ninl," ha APEUll.Juteeie.
Breckinlridpe, there are three to bie lost, orbeen ventilatedi since 1848, has, been,. with uut1..E AR
if not, then the electoral votes will be divi- but little vr~liation, adtopted by the Senalte, COI Sl@ snogg41S, ACON A.ND LARD
ded among rihe three. Ais Er..1,..,1, ant by thre body of froeebolders, or, as thel Just received. B E. CLitU.
wilbl p~ ~lrb.obably have 12 lcoi . re clled ag~l~ anibyrg, hleriedia burges ;a~ugul 8.
thie inthern anld Pacifi r11 l<. i.. rI.:.r ses.
inlete of New Yor~k will a I I.. --- *M- I* * .Onr IllR~l ~ th~nlore
votestosparle. IButif e... I I'~II. Cr* .iE: .\* **i ;-~I -- T`i '
ever Stateri rlould be tatenl by Bell1, thlel liiols: of r 1.. .. AML ..'.3 I
thie election would Ije '1iefated before thle "hall~ve Sus~t been for thle preselt~ntieinaltel.
~reor'e, 31d go 1o thle Hou~se, wThereL Mr1.1 T temlple of C~eres is; completely dirillter BY SCHR]B. RICHARDS.
B~reekinridrewiln do bt cllosco-- red, and a number of artiles connlectedl~,~ b Busiiels Corn 180 Riags corn 100 En
f'or the ivble Solithlern Silitys wilJ prefer historically with it .a id with the three I f ornam 200 13615 Fil~iou8 ~r25 bleP
him to Gecn. Lane, and TenneLCSsee, theU Bell ETeusiri have beenu brouglt to light. Amw~on areci enel-e. UE. AJ.
State, and Illinois, the D~ouglas State, .1 I.. arse thle propylea of xyhich Clee~o
:.1: .. I ;r him Turlkes n eagon inl his Ileters, and, a magii- ,...T_.'~ inB i~, Js
Great opposition is made to this o-opera-1 fi:cent mudge lstatue, to which only a left r- (1 n~ he aa
tioni movement. The 1)ouglasCentralgExe arlm is wanting, a044 which~ rpresents Ano Unrd,I Bacon, Polrk. &c. 1$ E. Che ARR D~O S
cultive Commuittee havie solemnly declared tinous, the fuitorite of thle Emnperor Adrian. ne2.10
:rga"int it find dio Las JDouglas himself. This statue is thle fize .t 1.1 atpe is con-
'Ihey pnref~er th:e elect~ion of Lincollu to that sidered :r likteness f'rom future. KEROdSENE OIL. .
of Brdeeksursdge. Tle! Adrlumstr~ation is -------- 1 -i -~- .~i "; .'.'' 9l;r. itfP
opposedto ii. for they think that it would LnTqu Lan~ aaD Liamr (.....: ~ -.1.,
II..u-,l:*, tra o 1. n .. ...eptit tlemlen," said be, "thlis is the most delight uone 0-1860
f)uoglas men in the (qfeat .: L .I. e. ful land; it is thle e~asiest land to cultivate ----------f
------r------ in~ o c il..:...r3-t u.:s-....,I 1r

euwt 2 76. --2el "' Co5-1ria ]Ix Ne.lot i \ II ,;,,,'; . 1. ... ~. .! H II U ElC 100s Illet ef menBef ms
rrop. 1~~859,;s marketed at thi a ponqt. "Yes gentleme~., i.~ I l pl Parker, Rit J nuil 2lanls, spi Peas. 4 AR
n F~I~q 711,302.barrels; in Wheat, 8,942, is very21 uas to we I ,-n,_
461 b ~ts; total, equal to 12,498,971l siS? gly eque to :... .rsl ..= "' s
bushelrs) tatl, equal to l2,498,971 bushels, -- gg -
rsurdija.,g'r recipes~ fro~n thle crop Jf Beiantiful was~the .reply of a venerable IEUS;LOr~eeiveDfressuppiyqf a ,.; jrv
151tlP *h i,L].I:*.~ bushrel*, he'r I(.1...: men to the question, whether he was stillceiat
st...rr of h~. f'r~ln I1.-: crop, of I i :; I1* in thle land of the living: M!No but I am al. SWINNEY S u 1 11
8,700,880 ~bb cheE The ETTY.99 8~ta Ues ,Ot~' et ~15 .

rul I ina III..r. .l.r. itusne l Thec he pr~fpackls of hlounds in EnRI1 r

~In kull lu r., u l; II~ o; ....l tr ugus ts Iwich tr .~..._ .u~ll ~~r. IJ...-arm al.... PORK;U~~b BEEF( ONUES, LARD, 11Ul'-
IN.(, E* 1e~u I *.s. ecep k~t ..1. 2 E, OHE~ESE' 092i'N, IIAY :.
w~li I-. 0..([.. I. 1 Dir. (_. reaecit manyd QI l...I I I.l... ...... I ... orSl t ls q ,E.CAE

new 'Wh ..t r.? 11..:0.1l t,,41srlnr to lei l r ~ o r are; rDb 1oo ~C
Irterr..I. snd will *...r.[.. 10. 'r~ FFI.Ro BetitilROIS
-. .-uc-l,-@*~ Th-quenuesreturns from 1....,
Tur, Svrjists, $P, 1860 --T prpaent alt already received at Washing r~. ',. !-V. FMLYFOU :AE
isumme~r pr-.Ulsses9 j;tE~q. mel~lq~~,morabeoob II- *F. u-u.1 b I EAT, BUTrER, LA~rD,
lianaghmul ~ll Iit....... ai..sweit;,...l,n,\- ]i 1,Hea11 1 ),,,'lh 1 t;LI I UALII. L e. <.- CHEESE
a tmomrb ] J~1 El n .. l II.l lll,] Congreseman to eyory 1/I.1,II 11o IL; .Ir .. am 1
Ax~ui e 1 r lhstioaa111 C~ rl.;~\ ir~d j:,. o ...a.swZsrrn o in.. .. s( f t

T'irn ~ ii I. At-8i'E '':1 J

aortl~ier MailloSeS `ibtlurdays at a P. M.
and Tlur~sdatys st,11 A. I.,
Southern Ma!il closes on Saturday~s unrlThurs-

Not 1 rn il lil iJ due on Thlursdanys and sat-
Sulrdays by 12 P'. A
Sou iena 1\ai igdge on Fridny rit 12 1. and

Sunlayv the ofice di be open fair delivery

Duval, 0 T,,,J. ..,:ll. 18
fro 7 A.1l.Clay, I' a .. q ,,
OFFICE HQURS From 9l to 12 and 3 to 5. Mrarion, "r cOrange Creek. li I
In~PECTIBNli, Alseonu a 1 ~ Inop ,
i 10 Pe1'siMI Fever ChtGl'nn a~ "n couty usso lle ~'n
For L1h .. .ld cure ofPee Easo nd Bnio ut alnewnusvill 22

mlyin In oughtl to the knni a dwpon ftile re- Co skiah aler ~. ~
,. . .. .... i Sawarnnee, ... 1 ..11 .1, LI 25
"'* '.' I. Mr. R. B. HIILTON, tbit emocraBte
i...).. . ,. ,,-> oab I I\~ l~ddlC fl Congrcs w fill b esE a
men took from his person an Amullet. say ag* Opposition Candidalte for the sameo post.
to 1s s itil uelil nlilopposition (:sudiatesazreinlvitedto unite
*0U ~ **~edl~S st It **!U~ .4,~pi~, din alp nintments upon equal terms for free
.. .. I . ... 1 ; :1

I (I,. .1. I I. For the Legislature.
I'l; IL. I r I. ]~ Titsfr.iends orJOHl N J. DARL;ING,
ri? *~ E?~ 'I'' sq., present his. name to the citi?.n s of Sit
two....... ; r u .. ~-Lr 1 .C1B- r or. 1rid. . de -t' i

~ .i~.. lives tshe miracu- ANrY V I l :
Since ~ hi., reunt rica, t hs tre ti
~ith th~e ha~ppiest effoot by several Lad~ies Rnd
GPlenaemenof high character, wh~o have given
.it the mnosr unquoalified praise. This remeldy
(laving: been a specificinPrsia for oundredsof XI- i I n ;I; ; i.. ::
yer fair the! Ileventi ln andl cem of Fev ..e..e 2.
ai thle Ameriann people. .( 1..:i:I .;. -.i.:.. two, years; and those
It wrill be senlt by mail, prepaid, withl full : I 1; aI~re required to make
~ire tio~ for a~. i arsrt re pit oneo dollsar.3Ii immediate paymn 110RIECPELA

FII ...'.: Br cll f litse; linkhof Comu- August 11,1860) 8w. Executrix.

Ju~ly la14180. 17.
,pi. \.r... r.: i ..:. ... .i ,-
T I.r. ~ .! it., ... .. ,n 1. ..I T r r e:.;
The Musatar TI~nimenlt crelrs BrnsIII and ; A . ~ -... i I~;` ~

Wounds; .
?h Bfustang ~inituent culres sores, Uleers,
;i.i`, ., ,i ^ae )ipples; Geuralgin,

Tbthe United States, as the preserver and ress
f orer of valuable Hlorses and Cau~tle. It cr-
nHl Spa~ins, Gialds, W'onuds. Stiff ,Toints, &c.

D~idyonevervisitany respectable Druggist ip
any part Of tise world--in Elump, Aiark, or
kmerica-wlo did not say "it wasg the grrea~tst

i III; i~l.. -York,


or are wr as (Iubearablel. It .s. m w an~i awful gt,
**Thle Mustlang linyment appeared
to rar~ct. the piny niprost ilppspl cely~ It

ti 3 trly da wront vi~f l ., qit :.0 I .
cna eof sell ng~, Burus, S . ii II
or~luailn It t.or l* I 1
b e d s alle l ris l O n e e I I 1 u

parts of thre hanbitable Globe.
BhiltNES&SPARKl, Proprietors, New Y~ork-
4.une '3 1800. Im.
Jrifl.i.Phi Al OUNT"PAll4L

e ilit~r\ $1.11001. r
.1,i i\l.1 \1Li:, SO. CA.
Trif . I,ents apd. Gunrdians is
1 uto the; ada-lentges of
fil by n I dthron. 'Ihdoe Pinciptals o 1

( a l oii le . I. -I. . ~
Collegee, aL . e-- ..
,.,....;;. ~ i.. Thiis Insti-
h cademnies
,I, ,I I.. d artn runt
cor u al JtQ an4 in point
'fermrs: For every expense except Olegling,
$ine cr 0001o <>~ ax otbn
will please be made as early as possible.
Capt. A. COWARhID. Prnpls
Jupe 2--1860.- 7t.

Jdil 1 /: (
Coputry, will t ke notice thatIr have filed a Pe-
S.j .*. no --.I~ II John Coun ty.
ii ~ ~ ~ ~ co~Illowring Real

E.~T .ln n
.. 1
~r I I5 ; ~. .ri .~ I

.. r.- i iL III.I~..? p

' i 1 1111 1 11 ( II

..i~C ~l. .r. .: .

"' c '.LB


SLL persons indlebted to the Estate of Vil-
iinunledl -- e . -~ -.e I~; o ae 50 CHAR LO TT S 3E 9 /
11Iperson hav\iu ngelirns sinstlI~e ai sltate a ry .; : I. 7 .It .
years, or this noticewNilbe plead in baroftheir ... ~ r, , ..1... ;,a I~lland vinto (ry'
payment. ..: i "r : .! ,,l I ,..
Jue 0EOR1GE COLEE, Administratcr- ce ta testsirtn and I; .r
Jona ..86 ., ..r~l-nobrr~'' ....~~

I- . .' .. -' .I .r ,, .,F -i ri 1 Le

ceased, ar~e requested to malte inmmediato pay- urchas .r 1.Ia*
rnent to the Undelrsignedi all persons havinE ., r_ u .red veir !er cent. of, for bash.11
cleams agniist said BstaLte, wd1l present lthemLL ,, j . -fCI -IRr.-+rr- e--
duly authentica ed withirt the tune pr'escribo\. sortment ol. .

their payme... o-ns I. c0-~ :.'`:,
Ztin 9 1860o. .... . I 1. ~ : ... 1!. D; itd..n rr.-

CylX moaths af: terAt, I shall make applica- .I '! .y, b.l
Stion to Ti bate of St. Johns, ,... .

wlliram tli. .Zdliit'irPd .a. . .r ... .... ( .?. -,,,, ,,,r'IIll F1 ,~ ~

Feb. 18. 1880Adinstat

b/ \m. RLEYES, to~lvhonx:li~ 4 ' m o e
mmde or at this office nearly 1...:...
April. 28,--1860. tf.


Sket-St1--35 RRO LBR BT. as
50 'TVALL TE P '

v. ~ ~ ~ --. o. u

g lll i i ~ l._ i ~ rl )
J1. JAFFARY, Secretary.

GilEO. Rt. E LERAuti 5,

4i_ L

Imm a :




Te e he, orle7,so foa ptce Trtlle, by M~ail or
AUSTENS, Agents,
08 P-eerl Street, N. Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained aIt thle Man-
ilctrrs rice of lllet n or e hl
ing Fluid Malnufac~turers sad D~lle~alein Lalmps*
N~ B.--KERZOSEN is the trade.
markI. of' the Kcr~losene O;I Co., and all
persons areo cautionled aysinstc usinl the
SIaid tradec-manrk fr other oilk.
Oct 1 all at the new Store under t xe Mal-

sonic Lodge opened byr HERtTZ1 if yOil
want cheap and prime articlesin the Gro-
cery Line and other little Nick nackrs.
-rARINA, Corn Starch, Lemons, Graham
1! Crackers, Biago, Tapiocu, Macauroni, Yeast
Powders, Hops, bodaL, Cream Tar~tdr.
Jan. 21. B .CE.

JZILOIC CLAILET, sCide dy1ibga o
g~er WinneCherry Branldy-
B, E. CARRn.
TOCKING Chanirs, Eurenan, MallttDRese,
JalDining Tables, Chairs. B .CR.

~ASIN1S, Curranta, Citronl, choice Musurd,
LL do. Catsups, do. Olives, do. Frosh M~alk-
prel. le~rring, Codfish, Anchoviae Sardines,
Mar. 3. B. CARRl.

NRIB : 1 a er ,t 1\d ,a~aCorn, Cpo~n
Rice Flour,. Flax Seced, Sapsag~o Cheese, Mac-
caroni,VYermicelli, Jamuaica Ginger.
Marl1. 8. B. E. CARR(.

C(CB i tlant c- hoice Vegetables Fnuit s &.

WVOULD respectfully inform his friends
and tho public generally, thathie is alwasys
prepared to execute any orders, in hris
on ha'd an. i '"Tay "uptinghimse"1,1 wt
thle most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
skin, and FancIy CassimerS, Vestings, Neck
Ties, &;0'
All orders executed in the best style of work-
manship, for cash only-

A Good Assortment



n aB SUSBB EId on T cons ant e

rrndoo DokBad Lnag 184
Sons' Pamily Whiskey, Pure Monongadhele hbis-
key,. Old Bourbon Whilskey, Rect. Whiskey,
Amerioan G nb Ptr E. R un, fhe dehn Ar-
`Car~el W ns, of Lh best ranLs sur St
Porter. Cordials;ofthe Cherauz Brands, Stough.
ton's Bitters, Orgest &0. &o.
C. BRdvo
Feb: 5.

Hermetically Sealed.

ASSORTED Meats, Duckrs, Turkpeys c,&c
O\LIVES, Capers, Pickles, assorted Catsups,
Fresh English Mustard, smoked Salmon,
soused Salmon, pickled Balmon, MLackerel, Her- I
7ngR, Gelatine. B. E. CAKRR
Mar. -g

E~ST OI ~ C( G

a~ Ih as ale abndg ol onlj, from th

For sale ix St. AuLgustine by
B. E. CARR 1
April 141-1800.


.IliSS' WVs 8ile ti

Remedy has the latr-

geSt sale of any mle.
dicine-in thte world*

I 00 0 00 1 k~e
8 old in Georgia and -
South Carolina in

fourteen months. it

cure, if directions

are followed, any r

cRSe Of Dyspepsia,

Liver DisORSe

Decbility, Palpita-

tion, Chronic Diar*

Depressed Spirits,
Loss of Appetite,
Pain in the Side and

B&I'f. .I s IsSpe qial.

I] ada ted to Fe-

usa e comp aints; it

Produces Rotund.

ity of Form in F e-
males of a Thin and -

Every invalid
should try one

W. W. ELISS &i CO.
863 Broadwar, New York.
For all in St. Augstine by

April 14-1860


808 Broadway, N~ew York.
te1~7r May 1st, 1860 at 601 BROAD WA Y'tu'
dloors romn the 8t1. A~eolas HRotlcl
The Sterecocope is thle most instrustive, in-
tresting, ne ertsining, amnusing, and exciling
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow*
ledge its worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and wi;L penetrate r verywhere.
I: presents to your view every part of Ihe
world, in all thle relief, boldness, persppective,
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
sl\'otographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Afries, Amlerica, inl search of the
grand and the beautiful, and th~e results of their
skil hav cna i mense vi y of papr Views
of .cn""di pa is, aondon, Ega d, Bo la r
Switzerland, Thle Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fantarinbleau, Tailleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
A4thens, the Holy Land, Chins, India, Crystal
palace-al80 groups Hlistorical, amatsing, mar,
risre scenes, blreakfiast seqles, pic.nics. statu-
ary, &e., &0. Aln exquisite assortment of 111u.
minated Interiors ofpalaces, C rcll~e, f~d
fect of these illuminated views is mrost.remavrk.
Every gentleman of wealth and refined' taste

no greater treat to a friend fond of the pictu-
rerqute and the beautiful.
Anthlon'y Instanntaneous Stercoscope Views
kr t ltes Iloogruli i (3 1fejet, Thley are

value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the chlarrm of life and mrotion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
k no u i tl auoe we recv il oajone s r
Views of Amer~ican life and scenery. .
Along other things we havse just published
Streeopi 11usicatin I th Scen of the
hearts1 feel an interest. Thle particulars of this
will be foulnd in our catalogue.
for clrlo yd Id eu !et an rvic wm)l h

j. ~ .1'- .~ C. A -- U lent
andi suchl pietulres as theyg n ny request, sent ty
E ew alone, (w-ithout instrument) can be
S.ent by mail.
Sreal vaube intlet lie m2a elc u, nS
Isend us their names to place on record, and we
wit ofe taren IdBIe ltorown 011pense. ot
fascinating andl delighltful ulnlusenleut. We are
preparerl to fllu 0 a lrJ stl heve tli lg
rjtructionsr How to take Btereosopc cP etures."
Importer and 3tanufact~ru of P'lo agphic
i U ri~a Seoscope ndt rer one a Views.
countryT are respealtllly invi edlto make an ex-
nmination or our stock, as our discount to the
tradel will be lIberll.
To Photo~graphc rn.-F~irst class
"":ste"crpi Na"t:?"a sutet.. lws.
of Negative.
Mar. 3.4m.



-UEgTrR Isylor,
(Formnly H. P DEGAAryP)
No, 87BOWERY. NeW York.
This establishment is six stories~khei t1, and
extends 242feet through to Po. 65,Christie street,
making it one of the
in the United States.
Thecy are prepaired to offer great inducements;
to the Whbolesale Trade, for Cash or Time.--
Their Stock consiists,in part, of

Snod Walnut
Also, Cane and Woon SEAT work, all qua~i
ties; BAIR. IfUaK Sad Splsoigg )annlgggg o
i ses, from $22 to $100
Jenny Lindl and Extension Post
B fe- I ilra .. .. r l u'illF i >rI I..* 2..anb1. Tradr.


No Goods Retatiled on Time.
March l0-1860 am.
------ -- --
"nrAs oonl or. man not:llUEs To DM.''

'Costar's" Ra&t,Roach,&o.Extermina.
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
"LCOstar's" Electr',G POWder, for In-
sects, & Ec tosTSTNL

lniet-Roachles-alie-3olrs---Grond Miec-
led IBugs Ante1~-A\ol~ Clorte4--Mosquitos-l
-lsote i rI selta, >

10 Year esafiblishled in bnOW rork City-used
Ila thlethe City Posl-Offie--the City Prisons3
ail Sluion liouse--the City Steamer. `Sh y.
&e.--and by muilor "O 2,00 private fami-
D Dnlrugts and R2.l~ilers everwhre sell
E- whlolesale Agents in all the large Chitie
and Towns.
NW-5 'I DEWAdRE ! of spHriou8 imiltious,
eE," S1.(Ilo Samlple lioxes sent by, M\ail.
ag-Addrress OrderS---or for **Circular to Des-
-flE1R RY COSTAI, Prnxcverrn Drror.
512 Anoauwar,iO~pposite8; NiholasrItutLk)
Many 19)-18d0. : Jum

Sam now prepared to offer te ol morie us.,.

AT TOCOT on the St. Johlra
driver East Florida is now open
Aort the e a p oneo Rade w
abtiuan IarlgnRrished, Ition ah PiEa)

SL~t. A ragad lvr Thursday for Tooeiand ~e-
turingn have Taoost every Friday untilthle
M issempletmp eda .
ALpplosals for board wiHl ple~aseapp to
k. T. PINEu, Tecei Fla.
Dee. 10 1859.

T,. a BCas
'Al. Chaelbers, Plano Ma~nnu-

(Foraorrl Dubola B Sto~dart, and DLubsi.
Baeon & Chambers.)
arerooms in the "'Bible House,"
(16$. &tStrij'Ot~ Ar A~ttlLenae, i

~Rh~c~obe lseto ectse Ord~a
faton guarnteed. .
r.N. ..-Sepafot.r circular, weith deemptyionof
offeeledachedusle of prie.
3lareh31--1860. Sa.

DTEl~-lS, vsC4 rs1 R

nOLLINS Area, spades, S~hocels, Corn Miills,
G rnbbing Roes, Curry Combs &a.

I.1, re Furniture of 40 Rooms removed
from the Magsnolia H~ouse,wnillbe dispos-
edlofhowratesto olose.l
S~trse~~orn mosi10 Feat P l
Tables secortedi 16Mlookiy Glasses; 12 bozj
clairaasesorted- Carpeting; Maotting, Blankets,
8hheq 8n~sBrois, Cockry Mr oKIhe U en

ap ngge rqure in a lar~ge HoTlMUT
Wap -180.5 EOAR,

160Bushels C rn OF0Bags Corn 100 Bag

61 Bhle Lard C00 Packagges.
March 24----1860. B. E. CARR1

Received. AloButter, CheaseCraelters,
In ,on, Port. &e. D). E. CARRB,

liieaa fad pit Oil 1 em Candles
1c, -orspl ,t B, E. CARn'8.

~YOICE Esm, dried Beef, mess Beef, mess
SPork,1moked Tongues, pickled Tongues,
whita* a aplit Peas. B.E At,

fresh Groceries,

JllT reeivd a freh suppl of Family Gro.
SWINNEY'S Ca~sh Store.

Ba tunore Provisisus
cararos mea. Baoor, SHOvI;EBe,
Fl~or *I t B. E. CAER,

cr o es m x u B al re s ox

Ged neral Ahssrtmentof Choieo Groeresat
lownest Priesfor Cash.
28 a--,186. Bl. E. CARR)

Family Blour.

WaaMaN~htoEDfr Wht Ea. fo rmily use
Selectedfor family ,Psotry Bakring to.
nly 6 ble Re-m;niaig B.E; CARf. i

Rye Back wheat
roBse Bt E. C~nas.
-- -
TIBT~~~~ &esiedhalo.oi Cie Bisok, Old
ael 28,1860* B. E; CARR,


Pa ~l 5,Pooes, Onewions Boadkha,ased

soarns* Bnh o E. CARR.
Dee, 17 0

GOLD LOOKE T, of this A\ncient city and St. Johns county a
r or as .0 ooroilods ... veylwpi or cn "" or c"! ?"
^"^ ."""'",g~I o Bl son-oRCHASER le'ne tRry an niey da35 hedeit wrir

A FTER. Two Years' profitable experience in promptly attended to with great Dare and atten-
~Kour present mlode of disposiag of ou~r Jewf- tion to gave entire satisfhetion to the p~urchaser.
eiry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction M1y country friends may rely upon it if thesy
given to allwhlo!.ave patronized our hlouse, we send me orders for dry goods thlat they will be
take~ pleasure in sayilug thlat we now consider p~ut up with great care andl attention to give en-
oulrbusinessfairly and pelrmnently established. mie sitisfnotiOnlto thecpurchlaser. All umounts
WYewish it understood that this is NoLottery, purchased at this house over twenrty dollars

GOLD PEN~CIL WITHl GOLD PEN AT- sortment ofgoods.
each, which cannot be bought al any retail store DR 7 GOODS
for the same price; and in addition to the pur-
chanse, each ~person receives a Preminun bf Jew- consisting of French broad Cloth, Doe shril Cas-
elrylesin value than 2, and it may be worth smeres, Pilot Cloths, Satietts and K(. Jea.u
$3 8, 10, 15, 20, 80, 50, or even $800! Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cnasimers, Ladies 'lothr,
NO 31NE eRISKE t Pre- io of ellolos iun and pan el nnel

nliuml he will receive before sending his money. much Prints, Ladies and mlisses Hose, Genter
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of thle M~erino under Shrirts, 11..nrre Cle..L. MNurning
ab~ovearticles, can first send us their namleand Delains, Gents Mlerine Ingsl II.-s arI s1~.. and
address, stating whether they w~ant the Pencil English Cambries, \ Illne)
and Pea, or Locket, and we will maike their T. NELSON3
selct~oion, and inform them by return nonit what Nov,
Premrium thecy are entitledl ro. Thecy canu then
h;*; tihe pridiege of sending for it if they T EPR
buur plal, sgem lng eyrnc le of io ea 1 IRE INBURANCE COMYPALNY,
purchanser can sell or trade the above articles CA8H 0 AP ITAL,
..,, a I. E.4 c-himL1CP d retain the -Premium .or '
"irihavever, nyb erson should feel disposed $200~ OOO.
to send us their money in advance, they a
""l upn being as fairly dealt with as though
tey. ha mad rrvi gllot oodswill 081ce-28 1 BROADWAY, an
receive aPencil and Pen and Premium, or Lock- 80 WALLL sTREET.
.eCand Premium, free,
,,2:( ful p**dlanr send for a Pencil and Pen I -o-
ut!"" la & rem"" s """ aticlea suitable fer ds hn t e rc
Genntlemen's Gold and Bilver Watch- generirlly against Loss or Damage by hre.
es, Gold Vest and Guard ChainE,- JOSIAI WY. BAKER,PYresideist.
Cmora .Sle ehButos Gold JON EqODINE, Vice President:

Gold Shirt Studs--plain and with settings: GEO. R. PAIRBANKSL,
Gold Bearf Pins-new style; Gold ir~ast Agent, St. Augustine.
Pins, Gold Rings, &c. &0. June 25.
We have Gold waetokres, Florentine, Mosaic, Gold J. E MEDDOiJGII
Soe arC o i ,Garo t and Coral le 1 8 eas a Oil $1.7per2Gal.. g
Bu a n, a s3 Belt Slds, odings.a 0 xreswn pa. 1 pe.l

cneox &tin le references given w eeer Go~ 71b tterr $1,8 -4lb
required. Adamanfine Cldles g 30.porlb.
80N.e ou yI sendnd T on w e p write te Elephlant Oil for Lamps ].25, he
letters being agisearried,
Address, ANGLE & drk:, IGrs Dates Gum Drops Rookr Candy, to As)
102 CA)Tlb BTREET, (Old No.) Irl -1(~ B. Eq CARP,

For sale in St. Acspstine ly
B. E. CARn,
April 14--1680,
FOYPS! fT")S!!
A Jarge variety of Tfoys for the Holldays,
N'ov. 12 ? NELBON

(EsTABLrsanr 18,54.)

mu i he manctr a f e er eee,irney an
now enabled to offer it to thle Tradent
The attention of customers is respectfully
called to the subjoined table, the result of a
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb Ss








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