Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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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 25, 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: VID00204
Source Institution: University of Florida
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St. Augushie, F~lorida*

S ~traRy, %ug18t IF, 1860,


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rrt~.statin defidllely thle miur~e of thre
)Iusiness to be advertised. Any advertisuement
oels clr~ged seuti an lo t y erer~ o
;Hatter over theamounut contractted for.
Mx o vertsqpiJ sqtn mar au with tohnei n
~unilforbid, ap charge for.
no c iem Q~las ip be e0 rge for all a l

ya tract adyprtisemuents payable quarterly,
ulrrt een 2d9or dstrangersknrs Iqr trni
tennidered due rhen en.Lled f 1.- 1 0
Le al orbiness Cards, pr an -10 00
o~pplication for Letters of A~nain tra-500
Notice to Debhtors and Creditors -i 700
application for disissal nas Admki- -1
any* All bills for Job Printinlg, must be paid
ma he delivery~ of the wori.


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Rleportedfiaromthe majority of the Committe on Re- ThaLt a.I... l'.:... 1,i.~......,=, lbe -pp...a~au
solutions at Chanrleston andadoptedb~y the Na. o1Ledidal I. I..e l*..-i.i ued u e>;
tional Democratic Convention at Baltimore. 1888, f..r ut.-re 1~. i, lb .1,. .. p-I,.EJan I r
Resolved, That the platform adopted by the ;2~c nho tu vofe ainst hiisne outhem
Democratic party at Cineimutti be edfirmed, with Letit be rememberd, that whieneer this sub-
the folowiugexpla story resolu ions Tert e j00 ...e. m..s ad
organized by an act of Congress, is provisionTIAdasadJsu1:Gdin ,5akaoi
and temporary, andduring its existence allirii- int~ls ndJ. u i idaS okaoto
:er.- ..(she Tha~l..ll si.. Itu equal .right La a it 'r -r n? 5. i, Ihat has Brit r4.1..i

l1r.'''61..r al. .. r-glPlas .= bar or ernorpeopO. ..u~i roZ |4Lmur La *Tapr mail-,.ra

Iv.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~L i! bes- '-. c.aarJb ie Kr~niirsth-ebrn leul :iu andt r:1.1:
r.Iird Tha wl..4 .... sle,-, I a=,an.pry Amer can part of"! Gangh"L1 ,i Staer:o...Is.
ha .3,,:. Thlauat rr 1. th n Am ofm ah P-deeral Clredmea, army ssi 3I~. vaag i ,,.i nomrthy
,Gr~verra,.enr, aI 15-up ments totorset, IALMill-

Constitution, thleright ofsovereignty; commences i~i~ of l~l .~l4 (5 *~Ir;r,
and ,oling c n~unumil d bqy aduisin inzo thl~.ia p ul o is 8J ~l- L
people of other States; and the Stalte thus or- tr. a
gszzied oit ti abjo iitte i oiito ,il P* L 1
cognizes the institution of slavery. vi sl decidtn to~ fis t :as mt 6as
; Resolved. Thlat thte Democratic party are in tuder thle Laoompton Conalitution would be a
faor rof useset isittio ote iln lof Cubn on 101is obnf "great" And. **la Coklasitu-
and just to Spain; at the earliest .practicable Let it be recmembered, that Jor siLL has re-
me at *4. That the ennetments of State legis. li~ Isll, yj lil CII'@to: rs.L td
latures, to defeat the faithful execution of the 11E BL*.i lIa.P.l.LI.1:dZ Lo save Ihe
fugi iveost ee law, as h stile in ohrcesub- ( Unon termmeeta ~a a ae
in their effect, ly been interrogated by a committee, appointed
Resolved, That thle Democracy of the United by alarge anldrespectablsonventios i~L o ezp-
Sh a jo a 6ett parsott th nau ta ise cit i- in fv o i ir-l;i l j I. n~ll efs av
zen ia all his rights, whether at home or in for- property i., rll I, rs. .<.eei. rl:. I b t h as re-
eignal ds, to the same extent as its native fue it anibrethtJoNBia,
IV~rea, oe f te geatstnecssiiesofprominently spoken of as candidate for the
the age, in a political, commercial, postal and BLR t be rlebd ta rhe ltorCm of 1il
taru~ point af vi is ca eedyd eormunon party whick nominated Jouri BasL is, as far as
therefore be it..,e .. .. u at r
Resolved, ThaLt the.NationalDemocratic party the U..;..r, .j .cal t .r -:-r( B a. the Laws.
do heriebypledge thern elve o ymsee 8 to .. .rs ..3.-...J. .: ,r ~ y tri Esrr,
bill, to the entent of the constitutional authori- subso lihed to a testimonial to Ch res Stunner
ty of Congress, for the construction of a Pacific the notorious abolitionist and foul inosthed cal-
raloa reoe nthe eIsia 1 i riet othe raci- nmnatler of the South,a nfer he wasjustly tianed

Ai PERifECT IlFE.-Edra~nud Burke, ER, ... ... ,~.!..r r....,. sfne -
the orator, was a man of parta. and his 5'' -"'I. j r eith thig slanderou lia ,
beau ideal af a perfect wife is worthy of ., ,,, -i r I, ,p.mB , i. .. .,,,rl
consideration by our fair friends. Here it '" n' ~:'ii; r.,. ~ ;,oral, bar-
is*--"A perfect wife is handsarqe, but it we'i.ll'n n~. ..!VE.~I?

Bhes that serio toue thm shaear I ish all Coughts t akeir measure ll even it s.1,. .

that sweetness of temper,~ benevolence, in- sl cry in the~istrit o 0 no E-e r .
nocence, and sensibility which a face can .. =. -. ,, s,,
express, that forms her beuty. She has a or Is..vas..a l. ... ri -.m ,- ,, jo .
&eethat just rouses your attenltion a~t first mengoop0d cike dentenld thea pdplressian na
sight; it grows upon you every moment; throtagisthe Imrrlet of calmen, bl
and you wonder that is did not more than Lelitberemeadeired thlat Eui .an ~r\ Evance
raise attention at first. Her eyes have a to b ha~ves~on1t tiou a wetelo~B aIr~
mild light, but they awa when she pleases rY in the terntriue of the UDeeid 8 Stit
--they command, like is good man out of votiledfr pm haereslt, detlatrinva o $en
office, nothy aUthority, but by virtue. State at all hereafter he i b;..: i :; iUr., a
Her asatue is not tall--she is not made "" '''''''' "''" "''' "' nd''. '
tobeth~adndriratiaafpe one Sbhas i

ed its destinations at oPne o'clook, ;The oor
tege left the Palais Royal at precisely sele,
vcn, receded by troops of thle National
Guard, Imperial Guard, and the Line. A
double line was formed along the route by
troopsof the samearms. Thechief mour-
nor wasi Prince Napoleon, son of the de-
ceased, assisted, by Ma~rshal 1-livir, Duke
de Maslakoff. Thle a~ll tdrrs-u. were M.
Fould, MIinister of State; Admuierl Ramelin,
Minister of Marine; M. Troplung. President
of thle Senate, anud Marshdraolhutj. Pre-
eodog te Ilnr.,bcin 0tnteasurr roed th**
\ Archbish~tar lpetrrfiiTT ~ek.Tniciicqiarr
Srend.-3 by hi ilerag and rIv- F]lergy .:.f the
Parish of St. Rtoch. An immeDA 811701'
cross fas borne in frqut Fdollowig the
hearse was led the chargier of the deacased,
t~he saddle and housings shrouded in rape.
In the line, behind Prince Napoleon,
niarcheod the great officer of the crown, thle
officers of their MaI~jesties' households, tle
Aides-do-camp of the Emperor, the M~inis-
her members ~of the Prlivy Council, tle
Senate, Corps! Legislatiff and Council of
State, the general oflseurs of thle Army and
Navy, and a long line of imperil mourniihg
carriagoes. The proession was closed by
troops of thle National Guard, the Imperial
Guard, and thre Line. Prince Naporleon
wore the quiform of a General of Division,
with a long black cloak over his shoulders,
All the ollher participants wore crape on
tile nWarnl 884Rthe BWQrd-hilt. Thle route
of thle procession haod been thickly strewed
withl sand, and the noiselessness with 8bicll
0110 oartege mOVall onward, the silence only
broken by the strains of funeral marches,
contributed much to the grnudeur and
solemnity of the sp~ectaple. It was, alto-
gather, creditable to thle pride of the na-
tion, anld a fitting tribute of honor to the
dust of him who was the last immediate
link betwcan the two Empires of the Napo.
leop Dyn~asty. ,

[Oorrespondence of thle New York Times.]
St. Augustine a Resort for NJorthern
Invalida-Obaracteristios of Florida
Winters--Visitors from the North-
How to Travel Here.
ST. AUOGSTINE, Bla., Jully 20, 1860,
Florida is much frequented in winter by
healthseekers from the North. Thcy be.
gin to arrive about the 1at N,io.:-mkr, andi
usually remain till- May. Llur~r. rthe in
tervenenin halfycr ther ralil a..
and travel routes of thi rs:... tr..pitl p
ninedesirefid wi~lls vi~iiews-fromI Lh
blidle andEntezrn Crulce, wrhi, cone to
bullie -me:h enemies of 1:I: -.ra e..rd.>,n a
OO0I8U1mptionl aSthmla, rheumatiSmt entarrh,
neuralgria, &0. Of the crowd who thues ar-
rive, some ive hlundred fall to the share of
this ancient town.
There are several reasons for the state of
tlungs referred to. In the first place, the
climate of Floridla is remarkably mlild and
eqluable; secondly, it is salubrious to a de-
gree altogether without-a parallel in any
other portion of North America; and third-
ly, the timne and expense required to reach
this region, ti oeomparati a tu eall.8 The
grae potn of~rd sstae ot
of the30th~ parallel of latitude, and consti-
tutes a narrow tongue of land between the
Atlantci on the East, and the Gulf of Mex-
ioa on the West. Snom is almost unknown,
and a few alighlt frosts constitute all there
is of Eevere weather. Indeed throughout
the months of December, January and
February, the westher closely resen~ibes
the finest September and October days at
the Nurth, except that there are no such
violent ebanges of temperature. here as ren-
der the Northern autumns so trying to cern
tain classes ofinvalids. Fires are seldom
needed for pomfort, and there is soaycely
anyuopleasant day during thle entire W~int-

Gardens are cultivated in every month
of the year, peach trees blossom in Febru-
ary, roses are iq bloom chiefly in the wint-

toal thin th e ai ssft a icoust a
wholesome inl a manner wh~ich can only be
underjtama4 after actual trial, that. fresh
luild breezes fr~om the adjaeent Gulf stream
sweep daily over the ine plais toeh r
wvithl he fact tl~at no Ploal caue n sj fo
sickness, and it may partly be coomprehend-
whyn FI bter irefu $ cun olti ep
tients theu Italy or the WIest India Islands.
Then the fact that is costs comparatively
little to travel hit~er, is of importance to
many who need a Winter's residence in a

frm ae Yrk ea~e dgusii te~atm
five dollars.

t Th re are asl th advertsng I o stans o
steuam-ships to Bavanuah and one to Char-
leriton, fare $1,. Every one of these con-
nethwith ateamorewhich follow tthe part
d'uth ryt te mout h ,. aons
a dth en ascend that ch ef river ofFoidad
fromu that laudin place to St. A ~sn-
18 males-thesa ge fare is$2--3 5s ine---
Time from New York from four to five
days, but we ex eet that a railway from
this p'lace to the St. John's will syercede
the ritage poaachs before next~ Winter. It
is already graded and the iron in prt re-
ceived. We have several good hoe lsaand
boarding houses, where gnueta, are enter-
taine4 to a comfortable and handsome mano-
ner at a moderate charge. The wpoos,
riversand bays furnish no end of Ihating
and fighting, and, the unique appearance of
the tovrn itself, now three centuries old,
neyer failrsto la~teresit visitors. The good
effootalofa W'iater's residence here are
certainly, in most cases, very remarkable,
and firorn year to year the number who re-
novate theix health in our mild, salubri-
ous clime, increases. A .

HosaaBXs of AE StaxAu lIfdss~Cans.-
I have seen one of the women of Deir-el-
I~amar who has a deep gash in hier thigh;
the wound was caused by the said thigh
biein used as a block on wphich to chop off
the head of her infant boy of three years
old I Another poor Wolpoq who is also
huge t:Sipd to, cover bher child wlth her body,
saying that it me, a girl. The Druses
foqUp4out it was a boY, and stabbed it
through the mother's igdy.~-Beitt G'ot-
Tresondle~ln~t oe LevYant aesaldi -

I~tnl & Cap'se
if'&LL ?AsHION 41{A' QUT.

th 5~ cule i~ ar ni p
merciless showman every.
Fan aruu 9 aPd verq bdy mus kg a 1
honeth va~irious kinds or Hatea in border to
phooseknowringlyse achoresey Ia-. i;

pnd elp sh v ad a tevery r II! I n" n
ys slptp in his Pl So hureral o. hats.
No.12ipTo. T. NELON ev~1:d:ee ol
--- ----

in thle v~sntiblle Stooll thle servanrts of. his ; a .r../J-.* h o
household i4 deep mourning, as well sd. h nr. ..

trl;~l co posd ofo oielnir < dare ai t Cpc tl'uniy, I~ ~

'[he stalirging wnas. like thle varyious ~oroohs wo, wasfetd arienlwystee the moi~es Itaffoo
covered with funcr;al drulpery, thle whlpe tionatea regard by Pr-ince Jerome They
being~ lit up with lofty calndel;ca, LaulpH w~re dressed in deep mlourlinlg, and for the
aInd tapers. The doors ha;d been in every IlotFa~ oofli el vrtl le
ease reusloved, and the aper~tures were hungy, i Til parics t Core irdeil roern~ie in h
likte phle rooue, with Waels and siilver.-- i nles for aL 100rr thle, ad one mi he see


ChetlF ~ootls, 'h~b~dy'Lh" riod r lcda tt e e a h u'f th galler~y:o aq from~ hecr clasped hands, her head bent
LOUr,. rounded by a lofty canopy embroidlered with down to thre prie-dlett, and other signs'
MEA, UCK(WHEAT, silver bees. The salle itself dispilydgu at liew deeplyhah felt the anene, and how sin-
BVTTERt, '-regular distances on its black hangings es-crewse evto.TeLnoTis'
CHESELARD, cutcheons, with the Imperial Arms.- letter says, that boll during the cortege'
hnP,.R* 'IH Toev tu~sl la e dsaes n urvr e addourin t e solemnbeeremonydiinn th

agg,CILE, around, adding to thle imlpsing effect of than the demeanor of Prince Napoleon,
TRIPE, thle decorations. Ifin features wore an papression of mweb
15UGAR, ~C4TjUP, Ontesaebdwspae h oh grief, but it was gelef widilous affectction-
TE "COE the Prince, whlo reposed with his faceg un- the manly sorrow for a father to whom~ he
8PCE, cveed Hs mpril ignes a drs- wa much attached, and who loved hint
FRVITIT, sed in the Uniform of i! 1\aphial. of Fraogee. well
CONECTONEIES Athieisfect was placed the mantle of an
TOSACO, sgtE, Imperial Prince. The features of thle *Jh B~tO M n
poAP, FIPES' Prince, after death, resembled those of Theiruly brave man is h~e who is not
PorgI,. Napoleon I., as mroulded by Dr. Antoniarch afraid to do what he esteem right adller
AIL soDA, at St. H~elena. '[he body was placed in Iany and all cirmamatance. He acts upon
~ g, he cin; nte is o bpy ie principle, and not upon the impulses of
BO s'with white? satin; the second, lead; and the temmn.Wis nteeecs f
leUICnAMPagfN, third, Oedar, cagered with black velvet, prudence, he will never run heedlessly in~
JLS, CANDLES, with ornaments and l~Pdles of silver. On to danger; yet, when n(n ohject compton,
02aeg the outer coi~ofn was a plate bearing the fol- srtwt h rbbers st ea-
PII .PRESERVEs lowing insoriptiorg "Ici repose 14 polys d~e tained, hre wiR never hesitate to *fae every
B. E. CAfrR. Jerome flapoleon, Prince Francais, lnort entgecinisaepshnt.Tee
Jan- Villegenis, aged 76 ans 7 mois et 6 jours." is a great dlifference between rash~ness and
i-On the breast of the deceased were laid bravery-under the influence of the form-
OJ IAP GOODS, tls. was coraonsp one atioavn PPcoe theIe ml~lan Who ha ut very little real
M(EDOmUG, ~at th 4san o Du-/ Itegig dof Honor; thre nrand G'ordotl and moral courage, may perform actions wiich
etle ar~d OreasulrynL ee angnoun" decorotion of W~estphalin; the Order of thre will give-him great reputation, and stamp
c~~kode selectedespeciall in accordance Golden legepe thre Mhilitary M~edal, nodi 0h him a hero among hris fellow-men, whilst
ith tap taste of this manaet nod w4N11 M~edalof St. TIgens; while as thre foot of* the wnaswho is really endpred with the
weerdp~s ntpexy 1ePionh a 1 the coffili, on four cashions ofi black velvet, lat~ter may pass qu~ietly and calmly through
will be a pe eyei to shoew thre goods. Call andl edged with silver, were placed the collar of life withoutt ceveting say pariewlac~ egcite-
n" the Legion oflHonor, the collaF of the Gol. "?rus or even igljnan tuhe mreed of praise
41s don Flcee; tlasword of Watgrloo, and the, to wlic hi ite e~ ~tte a
line Family Grocedest Fresh and daily receiv4 Marshal's batonr. For three daya thle pub- Thle truly lurave inarl rill muost general-
MYr 21. J.. E. IE9PI OUGH lic were admlitted to view the dead Prince ly hp fg3 ad ntgedet, sad rebkingi; npp given
in state, naull many thousand soldiers, citi- to hastiog or bravado, and he will always
~ ~ ~ ~ni N 5,ens, peasants and nobleR gated upon him. be calm, self-possessed and generous; he

of July, is described as most imnposing and sary, even thpsagh it should nlilitate agai~n@4
pasgnificeet. All Pain was assemipled in hiswoninsteerest. He does woAt fear the
the Rue de Rivoli, the Phoce de la C:on. frowns, nor court the smlilea of the world;
N Ir O GtE R O .oor, ten o~u sa Eleces, -and >>.. o 4,,, in the d~iseplyae of the duty of life, ie.oes
(BE Ng,$'I S 0 Q]NER: avennes through which the Broession pas. not ask thre qupstiap, '*What Rill people
sed n is wa frm te PaIai Royl t th say?''L but ask his own conscience the sus-
soAFa b~dv r~e dq.~ ndajnd I Agalids. Onannops were fired every half/ plequery:. Is whaY I aY bo"ut to attempA
Paq, bhour frous ss a.. M.L watil the lpaoy reach- right and Itonorable?"-Mlontgomery PFlagq

,,~ 1 .. ... .li ql ~ ~~2

andh eeao aJ ilrl u -'. i fe
Ie ii*6 nmebee 1 ita unte, bu} al i

Ia. IrLl Il..1I U toj DI Llso NIh .0,

Iuo. O LIIP 1.=..r tole L iisat us.* ~iE r a t

H~ow ro Baursu IkscoNvearssaN
S,2.Mr.---.\..I -s...-lerlll Alrgyma 1, pos.
sessing utall kpowledge of humsan nature,
Instemoted his IMirge fatwily: of daughters in
the theory and practice of music. They
were all olverved, to be exeedinlgl amicable
and happy. A: friend inquired if~ there
was any adet la the made of education.--
IHe repieck "WRhe.9 qnythinqdisturbs d~aib
temnprr, T s.iy Ito tht, 'Sing; and lifT h..r
th.'nl 5'c IL agEr.-ai Ilny IparaouI( 1 cll IUbr

all causes of dificantent, and prery .disposir
tion toqscandakl,

BStaY LpTF .iN' WN'iAN. ydidg~'86~
girl, searcely petaltke to the mgsteries of
hgr nuature, aD9C flttering ove the fast de.
monstrations of Jope, is lik~`a child sport
ring on the. ripplirjg strand of the seas
when a high tide is a~but comoiot le i

S"Jaugi was yonreverin budnriest 9

" heLq was datP" ."Der ay Ip bodiied'
d; ole sweetheart ob mine "
B~PSome algaderir asserts that pj
makers are the greatest .msg ians of bh
age, inasmach~ as they transfer liqgglard
rmage into wheatll for editxo tg glip on.

thedrnes t at zosna~ l te delie e
--aillthe softness that does not imply wieak-
ness. ier voloe is soft, law music, not
formed to rule in public assemblies, but to
charm those whOoan9 distinguish company
from a crowd; it has its advantage; you
mlust ome close to hear it. Ta describe
lier hody, describe her mind--one is the
trnrptof the ather.--Rer underst~arding
is pot shown in the variety of matter it
exerts itself upon, but the goodness or the
choice she makes, yer politeness flows
rather fromu a natural disposition to 'oblige,
than any rules on that subject, and there,
fore never fails to strike those who under.
stand good breeding and those who do nor,
gas Onp day a loying husbai24 took his
wife's best pitcher to draw cider.. As he
was going down the steps he slipped, and
in order to save the crockery, he injured
himself considerably, Wlhile hs was rub-
bing his shin very vigorollsly, his wife,
thoaughtless of hla hurt, cried Out. "Oh,
meroy Ihav~e you broken -That pitchers'
"'No", said he, in great werathl, nbut I'll be
darned if I don't!" sad ging'awing went
the pitoker against th.e wall.

ofbonot agive him hb 6Aebot ~ ttn
tey ame very near making hJiU a TVniver-
so is, because he received, his punishment
sniwurkeyet along.
Miilr 4 country apothecary being out for
a day's sl oozing took bais erraad-hey to ear-
ry his g~ime-hag. Eptering a feld of tur-
nips,-the dog pointed, and the boy, over
joyed at the ErospJect of his miaest's. swo-
cess, Bexelpirned, 'Lor, master, there's a
covY; if you, got nsar 'eat won't you physics
'eml ? Ph7sis them, you young r88asclk
what to yo mean) ? *Wy, kill 'enk to
he sure,' replied the lad,


sT. AUGusTINE, sT, JOnHN's' 00cnnTYr, FLORIDA, SATBUR~DAY, AUGUSBT as.5 1880.


._uRtit)Rig Paper. ~

to irngt eosl;L~~ al in rar a crn. .
both State and federal, we propose to issue
the Excaminer for the Camapaignl comnmenc-
ing thle Bth of August till after the election
to all new subscribers for iffty cents. A s
wve do this umerely- from our inlterest in thle
success of our worthy candidates, and in
support of thle import nt principles involved
in the contest, we thrust, t~hat all good dem-
oertab will at least eilhibit their intorera in
the canvas, by obtainioig anld sending us
the names of numerous subscribers for the
campaigns. Less than this they caln not do.
We will sag further, thlat~if there are any
ctrue EREc raINRID and LANE~ Ilel in the
city or out of it, who are unable to pay for
this campaign paper, if they will leave
their names at the offee, we will andl then
the Eraminer till after the election FILEE,
On these terms, if Democrats do thcir duty,
the Examnler will be in the hands of
every nRECKINRIDGE 884 LANE man (0
thle country. Let us sice whalt ca be done.
- -- --
T~je flyge rglg a grt Ge*
The preparations for the f~seral of Ppince
Jayome in Par~is were very splendid. The
portion of the Palais Royal in which the
deceased P'rioce had resided was hunlg witl
blacki clothl, oronalented witlly ilvor, and

Bled, ITh Lihe psfor ad tteon, the
Dem~onratic paryt sCincinnatli be aifrmedl,witis
the following explaustory resolutions:
First, Thatf the government at a Territory,

Sto ellwith ttg.1 .r ~ was 1m *Inr ,~i\
withoutl their righ~ts. either of person or proper-
Ly, being destroyed or imlpairedbyrongression-
ator territorial legislation. .

perty in ell Tgn~ituies, anld whlerever el*e ina

havringb irn Iloadeuat plpulatiro form a seer~

Unionl, tl ey scan Il on an equal footing with the!
i y II II .1.I esl~ 'tl thus o -
...~ .r~~1 .. ..111li.l p jr... or a .
cogli a the itrtitu onr of dlavery.

.~~ 1. -1..1 .ti mour114 to ourdelves
.!J- 'H. il. ., .l . ..i.. y racticable,
mo cl. . o ts. s e s
la la i'...r.I L I II-a- Lrne-t '1. no a

stlesolved, TIatithe nme xao r thedl I~ed
this~fovernmeenlto protest oke naturalized citi-
senu al sl his riglits, whether st htome ol- in:tror-
oin inlsto. the mine. extent as-its n31ive
TYaereas, One of thle greatest necessities of
thle iage, in a political, commuercial, postarl and
miltary poi~t ofview, is a speelly comunlmlicr-
tion between the Pac~ific and Atlanttic coasts;
therefore beit.
Resolvedl. That the~nationall Democratic paurt
hoIereby pledge tisemsely tosaiseve ry malarrs
bill, to thpeellntetf the constitutiousl author;-
ry or Congress, for thice contrition of a P'acitle
,. ..11. 3 ~ I, .- ,,, r .l.l... .... r ci-

day last weeki. Thre hlusbad claims :he
shlot wvas accidental; it is said.

II~P* The Demaoonrny of Miarion county,
hDF to a ,te\, Col. S. St.AOeor LI ,~-
Abner HI MlCjurunickl fcr thre Houus.

TuzE Ur~ Or NiEv PORK \\' r*c:~.
thlere turn1 of LL, T... ....h;i~ Ii. -re

thlis your over Il1 tt u. ,..II.1III Of ne.,\
twenty maillioa ul 1 .. I I-l e rI... 1 ...

.II J.c.11.1...81 a ~Jtow l value~ of rzal

tluarttr. Ai this rate of incred thre va -
u if~rprly atLr ie to n reo:1s li 1 ro n
of dollars.

'~ ~~I.' d -L..r I . .....nt ~I.r ..
on qesterday by takiing Iludanrusu. MrI
81....1.<.... 1. II I i .. 1'11 11......, I..;.2-, anl~

P~resa, andl in 1858 anid '59 with thle Na~t

rior~iau Lines n seleb f '~aull wn lertue
'of H-ion. Wanu. J+ Y;aney~, of whichr there i
touch said as blue rousuu titue.--.ituentao

tien d cu e g ving I ..~~b j It blal
deaths, mlarriages, and divorces, in various
villagesin different parts of the empirug
during thlree urouchs, shbowd that thre whlole
numlbsr of children born in these awathsl

tf edwl dI I~rta ~ Lroe, tir an
ial, out of U.1 childredu born, only-i d yrpet;is... If any other country on thea
I... ..I lI.. gerth-wahere thre mlairrige ini-
stitution is recognizedl-ican exhibit suchi
monstrous dispropor~tiuo betwen-thre legiti-
mate and illegilimaute births, we know nuoa
.hr t st e founit Plreedoltill utbe
II1lyti island is rather the aILr iisi*,
of the wild aimallil than th.. r~rulr l Ilsorry
of r.muan.-~Siavanteak K~elEo.

NL\'lwar .\IIus, Iuu- .- fIn. .yracfuse
Heatin...Jge17 I'.,.urnhou~ Iixs .,udiated
can sq..stivI~la ussu s ull..o wrd I1? he:Oppeak
Ihlu, Ilc~LI1ing it ishbllle Lo sees.... Linedvuka
election. The D,lhdl usu~rjll d I;. sust....(
and detiunt. 11I. el. in, thar th.. s 1.1

ePl"'illolL hasj i*I\u rpIrn:4 in orl LDO .
do*~l. 'Itswi .,ujid the dulthj ol"
:=4 pol ...rLai '.?O1 at at usual be remean-~
hered lua. u.:.0biill Ur.- II paula tp 11.h1,lo-

firmsenlploy- I Jo lt..nllr*i rhen there are
soute 5000 ....-ojUseIIr.., aw~l 5300 cotton,
woolenr, and dl I .poI11.eL

;>st sit ouruibs, by th~.--Mnolu Mlanufactw-

0114 suewSsfaul adventure of~ cotton. muil
I;ng in ILbt S;...ud, and we bricrlvo ease
i,.ol*cs wldal;*,obl is ecrincti wlll bat ow..
.8. rer~zai ., yea pautus tIhesmo 5Lourht re
-go up, anld we Iesaume itit ;sriing -LE**
ea, T p$~n ..

~ I____l______l____mI__-~--~~-~~i~lC-~ ~.i-_.L-l~~_l LSFL~Ln~-C~X~

[oonrMMUN1a.TED ]
nra. EntroH :-I have been informed,
that a communication, in your paper week
before last, is interpreted by some as per.
usually Gifensive RT)( inaultinB, It i8 1)e-
lieved, there is not in the article referred
to an expression, which can be justly con-
otpued in this mnanner. Thqpe who regard
'Iit otherwise, mnistake its whole tenor, as
nothing of tle kind wavs intended or
thought of. O. W. DOI/MAN.

Mir. EDITou:---We cannot lollger re-
frain from~ remarrkinlg upon the very un-
just mcth~od, whichl has been adopted by
theapponents of the Daemlocratic nominee
for Governor, in elcctalioucefing against himl
tllat of r~eaorting to an anttemupt, so revive
stale and slanderous charges, which have
tling Silce beenI re~futed, and as believed
until recently, entirely, setat rest.
There la a feature attending the made of
elrou.~ljing theye base calumnies vvl ich
should satisfy any c...u- ..r Il.- a la ,at w heel.

with the most profoqud? secrecy, pnd by
thismounsaattemnpt to soreen themselves
arm thle medium whc necessarily flows
tile eironlaton of slanderous ncousntions.
If the charges preferred against Gen. M\il-
ton, were true there wonl he no necess t
for this evasion and luow nican usethutl of
zproocee ing, thlele are mauny ways in w lcl
the acceusat.ious (if true) couldI be 'uade
public, and without evasion.
Thle public and private character of John
Milton will bear the test of the severest
scrutiny, anly mnln, it matters not v 12 he
Inay be, can satisfy himlself of thle entire in-
no euce a td our ty f John AIi kd '
are engaged intis mean eio t til uc
himl, tc, require mllre fully inrto the tru h
or falsity of the aCculsations they are pre
fering against hlill before going any
uter linor this wiel i purity and sterl-

ing worth of Geni. Hopktins, to suppose that l
hat suc ocodu fh pi t o i

with becomping severityi upon such conduct,
he would cona dler, we douht not, that his
election would be unjystly secured if ob-
taired at the exposep of tbo private chlar-
nactr of his opponenlt. Thlerefor., we can
safely say, (believingy the above to be strict-
ly true of COml, I.ikl!iins 1 to titude whlo ..
persuing this e.~ ..s, 0. rt~ they are per-
formring: not onlly a base and mlenial service,
bu~t Ihus they will Iteceive ne Wanksl fox it,
at tile 11auda of CIhe banovaib~le guutlethe
whtomp ithey deSign benegoting~ by it'
We do not fear h~owYevr, anly serious in-
jury to cou. Mlilton fruit the PrlnowIlig~O n
of thlese slanlders, the conusequcelrs wFill
inecvitably recoil upon his aIdversar~ies. \Ve
slookr forward to hris electiuo by anl over
wholnling majority. H~is cause is our
cause, hle is the friend of thle Union, the
friend and stilunch supporter of the cOnsti-
tution and thre laws,.~aud Lhe eloqulenlt and
powerful advoopte of the co-eqjual rights of
the States, he hlas labored long and aIrdent-
ly for the cause of the Southt. Suchl tueu
are not to be thrown aside as useless, and
unwaorthy of plu~lio confidence and respect
Ior rrUssun of a Ir010 ,,Legtt *,..
sklander, of thle truth of this assertion there
can be nlo doubt, and were his enemies na
well informed of tire facts as ourself, thely
ouhld beeincerely ad amlled ofibeirceoundct.

The Northern papers8 contain I~~au... ..I
a eneral attempt to unite the Is.Ll..r.n1
and BJELL forUcs, PS against Id>....r., -
pecially--in N~ew ork and Pennsylvania.
. We do. uot, however, deem such a project
Spractopicabe. It reqUires too wach delicate
machine~y~ with far soon many screws to be-
come loose. JBELL 11af little strength i.*
the free States; aud thre Rlaek Rlepublican
leaders are cunning eooug6h to kpeep their
enemries divided. 4t all events they amen
iest o ap reenswon, but on ehe cent u

ARKANsAs ALLq RARRY Se 11 Jobsol
is said to be re-elected Governor of Arkann
hus by a majority of about 10,000 votes.-
!Ye clip the following paragraph f'roml the
Louisville C'ourier of the 8thl;
The majority in Arlhagnss cannot be less
than ten thousand for the regular demo-
I eratic candidate, \yho van Mlr. Breckin.
Sridge'a iludeptfriend and avowed and on
thusiiastic auypday.
The same Pa~peG Plleging to thle above
and the N~orth Ciaolina~ efetion, says:
The fusion, infamous analbuchel arrange
Inenta mtust be, which is poposed inl the
Southern States betwregu ell's, tiends and
those of Mlr Douglals, has been., orusheci out
in. at least two Sitates--two States that have
tolimdieir dletermination' for th
Constiutin the Union, and the equa
rights of the States, het what will betide
80 maly it -begaoO it will b~e-in-c\every
slalve-holdin~g Scheinkit Noveember,

IFranothe \Yashington DispatcB.] Holy blas. DovaraAI IGNTERTAIINs TIe
St, At~gustise=---ea,1th ,4 ~ ruonr ablrDP4Westis-Tha Roston~lournal's
SCorn. corresponded 1upricigh writes as follows of
We liqlvp beep Ingah interested in road. Ms3PI Douglas at Newlorrtese nteDe
iogalte R}Q00 (yot Augustine, ]Fylua, Vemnoll style--4 biltin aollool straw lst,
from one of the editors f the N. O' P~res@- shaped like an inverted mailkr panl, with a
teriane, Sev. Gao. Upo~eill, who hias been small veil hanging& onl the edge, gave hier a
spending siome weeksy there on account of y~tfladtT sho irlt ;I .11f 8 --wti o
hisheath.loose, aI crosa latwveen a ri linlg habit and a
We have long krnown and believed, that losses mrueilnsi gownl--and~r her whole ap-
no point on the globe afforded mlore hope poruranee was that ofau yourag M~iss who had
to ionvlidaysuffering fromll pulmaolarji affee- t srown hier books side for Aiugust, andt had

gionese eh n t hya utij \r a ule sve rald a etak nt b u lif he r W hitle t eo losp, a

door, and whlo reuvovrerd each tilnle; andl se aie entertained her fr~ienlds with thle inoi-
once ]had a fr~iend andi(o n cripple by ch! dJInts Of her journey since sheg left Waslh
tism~, whoa was enltic~lpoulu ar by a resjidencle i-".. 1.......... .. ~ich were comlie clulougl.
in Florida." dwo nwr
sh .Ilcel put t1\ elYa a 1.9 SrotnF 1 flld sk agtl tilhroug b h:- bind, whent ~.
reliab >; that it is a pcriljr to sanY portion ardent 9qing m00 insisted on seeing~ 31
oftlurope or West luldies. We designed Douglas' wife, andJ got hould of a f;t old
g'ivingt his entire letter. but our space ubli- motherly Indly by muistalse, antil Inade har
gb iasunt co-tent ourselves Bill anl extract such comlph unPtr\ r addresses. H~owv sh
or two for the honefit of thast litFge orlj la ~L".il 1 us 11 Mr,. ourrlas carried II& d
1 ~ rn lr "c Ill~ -i 111 1111 ,. she tried t.. , 0.4 0 ..e .....1 1...i .Inmd
are tetiJ 41.. .. an..-.1111 .u .w'hlllll ku Rum so. L; h t J....1 ..J .il s~ ' n-C 11IerS.
Jl, ,, . ....ya,[ lli rus **IL is.[ ,~l~l; low JIIints** 1*au ?pb th' Is4; 0.*Lfs
were iron befilWo ptare of, that the. Fimuate anLd hea8r til.. ..I.1ss.0ai, .l..1L.nte
in sugnmer, if possible, isimoon hat foa C d tnherhnhuab d wa~sad m~aCn
about herself, and not intene (for her own
"'iia r etmnywudbegvnb ears--all related with infinite relish anld
launrdreds of others whlo havle visited thle Uood humor, and with shlnost childkh1 gee.
co nee., hel~ it maVteaS l unequa in 1 Prospectus of the Daily and Weekely
tor be more1 justly appreciated. The crownd Observe?'
of Bisitors last wPinter who clause to enljoy its: 1ir SUCII WVILL B~E THIE PRO
bcenefts was greater than ever becfore, ild g~ress of our city froml thiis date, and such
thley were colleaced fr~uln ;I aullrtrs of ,the is the inoroneed interest manifested amlon~ i
Union. Thle number at St. Augustinle our business moutlt 1r thle estaeblishinlent o'
alone was estimated at sevn hlunldredl. An dy paper in tis city) r a we. fill
mluchl hal.rger numIIber thanu usual~ have ra. absolutely~!;ulcessary to consu ielton the p'ub-
mained tospeld the sulnnumr, and to test thle lienltion of tire DA[~LM OI)SGl;TYER: ON
advice wh~ichl is so columuorlly oileredi tol in.- THE FIRST~ DAY OF TLII~ EN\SUING
ralir (live bhe a rulner cinac lal J1 a chISEyT~U 0 it 1i 13 ly

benefit derivred fromr the clima;te ia fuoun in sheli prinegcr is f thc party withlinits linits.
the lar;;e proportion of elear weather abov-e A .ll State interests anld whatever will aIdd
thle fteul iund elowd. As the resullt of cure- to thle prosperity of our young, and growing
ful observation, it is stiltd thant the average Stalte will receive due utrtentisa.
nuoc ffir 2 ag 1 r r~lu o als e. inTo inlterlexts at our beautif I and ~ou

eoei uro o t 'is a von, nd fuit fieyr- so itj be distinobliy understand thet thle
n~c wl not aedne y hs Ilat OUJ KER rrl 1I~r~ cstin tievr

disease. purity for thle fa wlily carole. Particular

Air. \6r., u hou~ an 16~en adoltrer IT ofteO~ riU ioung n u a andmFI e adar ins
Florici; dn ste, rrever f forget hs L unrtire TERMS8:
Stalte when? abroad. lealrning that canl DarrLY OoRSERTER S10 00
wasY sellillg at S1,50J per bushel in St. Au- w\~I.Lr do i.)
gustrule, ie collected thalt thle Wijlune p.,, ni,.., .. ) tts
lt....C~ JrLYUI a l T singtonY IA tlc/ ctlio~. .. ... ..l~1 1.111 .11 1. ... 1 otPIS I
Il~l. Lu.~~. evs `tlce corn ship mlutt t"' Is E***' >t Iu
~. r 1\.I~~I.. a hrint, whiich~ mayl be :.ul01 1I1
of Iia rti t th11em. They mIust bear in I eusneola, Aug. "d, 191j0.

'sntal~;~.a, Ul ~r tlr aoollJ i FusOna In NE1Y JERSKY.- 1 19 Iesult j
'easily suptplied. He appi of thle tllou State conven1tils, held on the
Thle aeasonl here is about sik weetksinl ad satme day, at Trentonl, New Jersey~i, was as
.vance of Lhat in North Caroilila. The orn follows:
crop is now8 "!ald bJ I regre~t to lealro Thet reguhir State convrentfion of Demno-
that in this section or the State, it will be crats, called by thle Stalte Exceustre Cornl-
shlort, ow~ing to tile cirugghit. U14 corn, ~is ni ittee, hasd(Q40 usemlber*, -1 0-fur reckiin-
sellinir at 81,j0 lb is im~portedt from4 S~avn- ridge, andl 120 for Doug~las. it uomiunated
nahlanld Gharlestau;. :1;.I1, .. shippers andoeisora~-l siobt, containing three 4names
at TVilluinlgtonl and \:la.Im.;rro., N. C. of Breckinridqe muen, thlree Bell menu and
rhrt~lrruai u Ir a wd t we I tjD s6 eueasl ifon '06< lu d rstud ag i
respectively 7i3 and 65S cents, supply the foraty mane whom thle yete of the State will
Pluridao ma~rlet at a lower bqure anld still e lret, excepting Lincl~n, otherwise to vote
with profit;? according to their own pre~ferece.
------w --- The Union convrention wvas also quite
THE PROyOSED JO(nT TICKET IN NEV e] l~Tbley nulD td a fi tl r l
YOR. -The thoura iptone of theNe Y rk 1 gines on the Demuocratic ' dupo tieG~dfe$ 808110 ort giving the State Co0minittee yowecr tofill
oit electsoral tice Elweth the Demorac v acanicies. It is implied that a portionl of
satisfies us thant, so falr asu that 111ug of til tetce a e; wih w th St apper
opposition to thle Retpublicanl party is won-j uea :r ill ." tt 010 s lpt o
earned, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I'" thr It en ileiywaee by a portionl of thle triendsl of Mr. D~oug:las.
su ill .~l ...-0 I .~; l 111 .1'. 1 1 There was allso a pure, straight-out Do~uhs
.Bruooks, Duer anid Hunt every conceivable onvuincle yteNwJwyp
n-sule it ont lay its nel to. The meaning tion of the Centrlal Un~munitt ee, .r \\;;I::...-
e .tonlcity,wvhich noniualted a tall,
/g jI ab oeis h suy3 0toeodsuutn t o 0 ticket.
so...I 4( pr rw 1 r o he dfady o h io
In tl:. I!.. ..r.h'k,~ ...marks the Wash- -It is said that M\ayor Tiemano, at his
libtogto .? ., .11. I hulnself is doiog print f0 et try in Manhattanville, has ac-
his best to passu.r~a~;, s.r1. Union in New ,, ..-,,1 ?,,,:1,,,. .,: ,, r y which Lbh...a.:n.
York as thatr p.rop.>-...J, Illus adding uon- to revoujtionise Iljr~~luerure n. ofth.,
lina.Yt...u i II,..' llow so general i~Sapesslon, sor..r= ilnants ha i l., Ll..,rli sun..r: lull,,,i

'-;....1@~r .~ al. 1h.. Repubbean 'party for thle ,. L .- J. :YPied hy Is~ite anemores, the
race inl 18(14. To be able to clanul thrat be tl,,,a h ....*. sinoe. made tlheir a pearace
secured the triumphl of- Eineolu in 186i0, with potals ase preen as grass. Til paint.
00( k~po h otuzc ied n e ll~ itu pcclil an ver v netracing

-----~a t----plants, annual, bienni~l apd of thle shrub
The 9rops, kindrl-the result beinig invariably that .ly
We nyor ~rry to be compel ed ao say tha:t flowe'is so watered took th~eliquid deposited
noot iuithiri tlh momelry of tlhooldest11nha~i. at their roots. By commleqoing earled.
tanlt lna use~re been, in thlis particular sec- ments early next year, during aded ttute,
tion, so ;LoomIY a prospeC~bt)so (a as relates anld applying different colors, we shalml, no
to t140 Curle crop, as newsestasts. It is as .doubt, soon be enabled to "painit the lily,>>
exaggeration to~rany that on an 8terage no, qhigh was Saloman's ambition. Whe1n
more tita a third of a erup will be made. this experiment shall have been fully tested,
lu some iFtwetawoes fel~s~ have been literally and acknowledged as a success--then by
burvecd up, \rllile in otixers the corn made skillful application of the dress-patterns
:i,1I c ....I: kyg orthr gathering. This has used in rattan, mil we uay be able to give
Deou onuaoed 14g uprotralcted drou~th, acCOmL- printefd froml as well oolar,~I to the valibits
punied with exceasive .heact.- So great a flewew.-' Y. i:Leadler
souaretty of this rll e1.... as~ thus with ...--**--4-----
wp~hich te are Inuw thrulouteue will, we fear, AnB o thec Expedirtio against Ve~rrd Cu.
produce v,\ushestfering among Eite. poor@ alkr- ugi eCa1,Y.
clatsses. /adae usu.., ihru Ih.= C.,.l~un;~Im...l (:...
C otton is still very pronaiui ,, though 'em...=ur 1i1. and e..mai 10'.11 FA.
that is beginnuing to il~iow lie effet fthe :Isa cl..- .p~rrsish G;veirandun is bidrl~ : u
diry' w.-...r Iz.: -- th1\ lr ,1 *'1:.1, howv- a ."Jun e-al'l ll~ Lo use~ mor sl= PPonsII ~lTo Mr
ever, atleasbtate average if not more wpill be mon ilh a~ third g~pedition, ij$ainst Vern
Ipade.--Roridiau -fountal. Qrus.,

ar. UrgUsTTNE, i']I~,QgD
8. TUgliqYI u4U11p 4' q8Br 1840*

ag. SJnurs BUnRT E~s:, Bf P1)49ka Fla., is
duly autlhorired to act as A ppg for the 6T.

alatiponalok DgemotaiR? no Noeinat ion tl
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on aloC~Hb TIC laOpal'teI loN i*

T;Rln r~)ERjilr




An Address by Hon. John

sEOnb id t of apitets u ishe i
our solqmng, Gen. MuIITox, the Democra
tie Candidate for Governor will address his
fellow ci izeus iq the City os Agu tn.
\'ecan confident ys e g ogi ba t l

largdd enthusinaside rowd w Il alte t

she qordliliy of their reception the regard
in which they hohl him, san their ilten-
tien to give hun an overwhelming vote in
Dectober. ,
It will further be seen by the published
notice that oppositiu; p eakers are invited
to participiluein the discussion. How far
this irinatop may lba acepted, we are not
preparedto say. Oicp ITC.Iama, the
enduidate of te Bell and Everets men, to
9Ppuitionl to Grend MI~r Nn ban ad

y rpr~fabo her chn pioo a of hisj
party willing to break a lance in an en-
pounter with the- distinguished Demooza-
sic speakeron friday. If so they shall be
made weloame-

]gy.15 Bg~'g Letter,
Hon. W.; W. Borona of Soath~ Carolian
has gritten a letter dated the 3rd inst.,1 i
which he reviews the political condition of
the country, and expresses his opinions up.
on the duty of the south. In case the
Republicans elect their President in
Nove~mber be thinks south Carolina "has
neehoice but to. immediately withdray
fromthe Union."' The Charleston Alf0r-
ezlry, does not, however, concur in ~e
policy of such an avowdl at this time. It
inky: When this alternative (the elec-
t-ion of larcots) id forced upon us, it will
1;e attended with circumstances; and what
coareeitw~l~l be wise to purson will necess-
arily ha afeetti 63 those circumlstanlces,
wattfiiand yhoethop testate. At present
no forethougig Cegg asertain them. Thel
arehid in the fears. Se~e salog there .
fore, by Suoth CaroliRs -Bon cu 5,~ fairl
eo considered, until events wrake up the
tassue. At present the Sombe~rornState, re
engaged with the -Northern in the great
spat r qf lecting the Obief MIagistnrat of
bhe V i Ctes for fou er after th
fur h gla~yO of~ pqis et. These re-
.sh u Icefqy re snil. Th

ismaigSe, rather than to prepare for
revoliyio in case gthis defeat. We shall -
dil he ready to :sI whip actio becolldes
neseearvdy. MIr. Sage ~will not pE alone
in defeuding hi~ righte6of tbo B|ofth out, of
the Un~un, whuoit is no !on ep~ ti~c able
for the Suth~prmani the Unin
But fire: 1l aus duchr~rpkc our obligatiqufa
the pending election,- the full and faitb-
ful performance of which will not in the
Ileaskipcapsoitateu us for the duties that

g rl, ABATOL Q Llvanos Esq,
of this place, wasdrowned~ saturday night
ILt while IiL'in St Julnr'n~s \. .r
ilt J kosvillc. !Jhe particulars we have
Lt learised

The R081 Sgint in the C0Diest,

The North will mainly vote for LINcoup
(Pbo South, with the pqssjble eyeppion of
one or two States, for: 1REC)(INRIDGE)
g~opsequently between those two thp eleo-
tion lies. We do rm) despair of help in
the free States fer th lapEcEC1INRlaa E tick-
et. The great commlonlgelth of Pebunsyl-
vaniiagives good auggry of a National
D~emocratig victory in }Jovenuber which
shall not shame her illustrious hliptoryq, ad

Den oracy in the only wny by whichl the
Black Relpublicans canr be defeated
At the South we would rejo so to scee a
greater deigree of unanimitity. 170 could
11l that bir Iur indlll~ tf ou et
oft he ano vree anruuiul;lncd b oan laT 1
of concert imugll our people. Thepir ne-
tiozi abould hir as united as their ilterests.
But practically, so far as slip result is can
cern~d, this South will apt together, witli
t/ he p... .bl: exceptions above Feferred to
W~e ned not say how .ar ,iImo ..... if nlot
d..i,.u & 4.f;Jianu it scu ofte Statt
to BLLL iu-} JI'I88(i IIII rl [rrs in such
at crhilb :.5 tin 'ils.: ClC. I1. .1 u~s11el be to
defeat art ekctiqq bythe people, thes
throwing the chaine into the doubtful ard
stonno cena n of some H ad mof e..,,,
tives. Hlown an triotic son of the South
can,,4t aghcl a time and in view of sues
conseqluenes, separ~ite hlim fe fromo his
brethren, we lin~d it diflieglte to conceiver
Ait the North the contest is still more
effectually unrrowedr thanll here. As the
season advances thea chagu!et of DOUGLAS
for carrying evoy a alogle On~to are felt by
lisandherruts to be dwirdinglg away. 1111-
nois itaclif Iduqitful, for that too is LIN-
mu,'auet a ad dil ehnch s aas ab u

in the free States from the Blackt Republi-
cans must be saved by our candidates.
The inference from thlis state of things
is too plain to be muisunderstood. That
Southern man who withholds his vote from

election of an Aboliti~o P'resident ?

`Pougltag 9sd. the Catholic.
Some of the DOUGLAS journal 8 at the
North elaim for him the vote of- the Rlo.
man Cathdoli population throughout the
United States, on thle ground that hlis wife
;a a Ca~lsdol This 'reposterous pretence
i,- ably anaw.-rcld by the 'Citiied2 Stites
A~thoic Afiscellany," publiuhed at Char.
ledton, which paper shows that (likgy, is
no such thing rini the country as the Ruo
man Qatholic vote per se"--the members
of dise de~lfioination voting as their politi-
calpredilections, and not their religious
Fonnections indiga~te.
In respect to, t140 absurd idea thalt the
Catholics are DqpG(4AS 12.19, We can ay ~
that such atleast, is not thq gase in St.
AugUstine. This aggybe called a Cathlo.
lie City, iqsmagmpl as a large majUoitp of
the inhbibitPtaltue af that faith. !(et it is
not known that there is a single supporter
of Doustas here. We need not say that
the bulk of our people are, as they should
he, ltealous friends osf BRECKINRI'IDos and
LANE. The fewp who oppose the National
Democratic ticket are BELL andE~VERETT
men. We have no DoualAs manl in St.
Augwastine, ael no DouorAs party in
Crotali *

15Ir P):TEH \ASTERs, one day last week,
about four miles fromnhere, killed two of
these animals, 6enerally known as the dia.
moad Ra~ttle-anake, one of whichl he
brought to town. It gleasured nlearly six
feet ju length and ten inceey round he
body~; apre~nteda, wih a \skid ;engina.
tiou .acturntr;l~ etrlc f.ngenilr rin your
self, quite aforruindble aspect. It had tf-t
teen rattles indicating an age of ei,)hteen
years. It is -probably gecnerally known,
that the fangs of this snake l/ iegt~ upon
the usidae ofte uyuphrur ts w as te

asto bring the faggs out nearly perpendiew-
lar to the gaw, in which position they press
uppy httle bags or vegals containing the
poison. The fangs being lyllow, their pres.
sure upon teage of poiseons alhew QQ
blow inigiv~en,causes the injectiqu~ of tite
I.**seen usivel,., lIhe fa into the voyds ,
..udl r ble II,.II I L.J poiOn is thrown at once
irlo,.: lro usr.llluetls of (119 blood. It is
pad: ba(I Lie poxpe is \q 11 pyay irpuriows
tacvq 1to f l., olon,l==. Is.14is tulq (190-
tyr;...u whom$ unugoing itk (170 riood.. It
i, ur 1ur.1 in this foxul to the geglge stelf,
as to utlter uiluals; and when greatly.en-
raged, they have been upowa tojite tgelu
selves, and die of the ivo~ud it a abort
time. The banded rattlesakea~, sometimes
found inl the northern states, is a smaller
:and ditffreut species from this thlougrh,
. quaillyvueneuous an fatal in 'its Lhe.
The rattlemauke is peculiar to thle Anteri-
.can counetilu.

1 ___ _~ __ __ ___ __ _ L__


n'li HN neelrj r1

En arissa Tusn, 4
urnd. II 8ii.,^I

-ls Saturday, "
Palatics, Mlonday, ]? 7
Oirnge Greek, Tucsbdasi.~ ]
e:, u~e .11.- 'i ...r i).
Starks~ F.* y. 21,
Obje C. H., Saturday. 22' v
aAll O p aition Sde~idel r ina i vid to alleild'
-e -----ntlni~uri n -- ---

g )8HIOcratil Appointmaents,
li~r Gow- rper, I.nGIesl.j I'l.-,.I~mr elgators

HUillsboro' Cuouynty atTampa, July 28.
Ilenrnado, " Brookayille, a 80,
SupitLerg ('.. Adamgpills~ Aug. i
Orange, ..n I..n, 8
Putam .1. 9

Sit .Johhs r .*

lahchua * .11 < 7. dyy I

~Aeehua county Gr.orsi n;l,
"" q1~ug~navilleett 22
ewNp~iver'; "' La~kenlrutler ..

Summance. -* ..I -
Mr. R. B. HILTOY, thea ~.I I.;.
.~nid te3 *~ Cnr~ Ivl tl lL "
Opp.. .rms. I Jnd F&~~l( In rI.\I. ~ ., 1

inIII I.pposl"'r.r. !.I.~1 ~1... 1... 1 le, in rm~i. r uli. Tl-~.. ll- l

ed tg eth ; n s 1 ten

as r: ..nt lrJ rhe i -w .vr.,a th.. ~
S*I can4 b1Urgfl OfTri .06 eB --.. 1... .
.ri 4re J Li Ylt in aa*n .i .i S.i . :...

Leibreju~lfe lhtoI UEIII Yo e

Let int te remembred, that( oinu 18 Jonis BELL,
rI I. ...r. Is ... .~. i '. . : : .rr

I-,.., : ir r t .. .I ..I1 I .. i [LIr -.I

ins.. Lde~rienucsh. Uivg o isa., U n-sis~o .
..J .ae/c, wirLs uc )ll.,. Cl L~e ..........s
-Uai, ion *lie g errey and aw **piisi ti

Letit be remembered, thaut JourBETri has B~re-

Ue .it be mrempbreda, that Jons lim n has late. e

Ibin f vo lr cfthe prorT L ri (o t er lights
Letr itb hremembredr, thant Jlons BlE41 hn as I

11 I s ..a : ..l~- ,I . .. ad .. In ll BL
la4 .. ...g r,. I nc ~ I ..cst~~ .. ct ... ct p

Inbvr ofe plurlln mf til >rih a a
ernprS iavehldeIrs wurere aenhuman, immoral, bar

Let ithe rnemembred,, thlat Enwam EVEET n

yI~I on sr o CoA eulltin itheaboitiyono
was .ac 3nL~e~ I..r. th p ltf~er ig t
of i uerny .lih lmhecl --n.-1 0< e.L dis ,. It i
mi,i. ;;ges.Je;Ie -len nI Ita ,. up y ....... 1.L

rh snia :uthe terrnories of the I 1...ut 1St .
ILc /i .te 5lot~, /. 1t EuwY*nn Evattiri'

pnrmie pheexoncnitenceofdomei aicve ry there-

harrs, by the Constitutin power~ t~o laborlish he
iS:rageofi le erbetwee lie qfkStae of $he 1 1,
whei trgmn its ep elese oct~ I rven o l

ad ile FOhenge ed, that Elrnwoo EVElUCTT

;. re han~ .1, < .a n,
an 6.= n s L~rrr?...2 1ed u jd t CDIIIi E~i
noesfrsreesanativi doltrxn Sthaebt all as .

abeeyn sethe as afit an popercanidat to

-~i~ f rhj al-Cl hs fact stating at int the face,
vn etwalrl) Inrn mea, s I.t.iJ1lat, a-d Es~; ar*
Tol~gJl~r be~I~ Ierkdl jw.rpsassarnbut of-,
Uinges na ture;lv su.led ~sorrr to hunw I trur
thbiullia Iie. ict koq ulruarobi. -dia

i I '

interest of Fve Thousand three Hlundred and

r iu ~. sa cLI.,r* l. .rati~r granted to Bni el
bir inc Ils nee 18t -Ir .1 .Ibly 1818 and confirm.

Tied o3John M.Hane np 61 onedl until the ist
iMondny in Mally.
Theln n ue.'il above snleis postponed untilth
The labie June. .is postpon'ed until the fuse
Monday in July.
iThe above s le is postponed until the first
11,,.1 -. ., .. postponedl until the irst
1Monday in Selptember next'
The above saleia postponed until the first
Monday inOct obtreret.
The above sale is postponed until the fir't
Monday in.Niovember nlext.
Tle abo~ sale is postponed until the fzrst
'Mouday inlDecetrbei next,. :
i ,..1.. iiidlll j,as..l' ..l~ ..y.e IL thres
Iad r*-' ~I. 5r. Its'por~., until the Arst

oTnhde abv nIe espstponed until the first
.The bove sale i postponegi pasil lIbe first
Tn rpr rl,:s-~ .~'p'~edses~ i~ntil the first
r ,a Ei nal~;dl re pqstponed~ until this frst
monday in Julne next.
The above sale ispostponeduntil the first
Ikloondy inlJlly next.
The nbove sale is postpoene until the irst
Monday in Aulguscuext.
'iicbvsale i nostioned until the first

\:~i~I jl.., du,,.~. Conty.
hlarch : 1.- I

1 LL prsons h aing amy clam or r mnd


l rarer nejershn Co nty doPed idallte pa i~e
toehaving cliie ns ~agins tesad yEastae are re- d
qirdbed to prle senate same deulyateniaed tomh
b ar of i the r pay nrrtS BI A A .L O A R Y

St ugust in, IRJul 28v 18 dmsraetrit.

A *L inso in ll. .i . li hsae Exo rting
LE "BY " Jui and Import
coue sr n e u se n ,lk 1860int p~

AL prsnsinebe to the Estateined of~ Jam ers

aure rq to opisestte iltabe salw utent ihax

JOSEH C.FERRIRAAdministnrato.
Jt uly7-1860. y 8 i00 8w

.ul ,!8 18(i pamn otl lresge. ln

June.~ 30~ EORGE IR CO LEE dinistrator,

orr TINow
LL persons inter ~tedin tte Estate of~lferd
Bl~ahb dcee, orn th E chteot
County, 11I I, .1 -- 1I .t i filed PcIe-
.-1 Oleve ito . Ir jl;v c

1' 18. !E. b a dS .2 /am N e. I 1

and E. of s.. E. and W, a of S. 17. f of See.
21) of T. 11 Lt 14 .r ~. i,. l, ,I u fsec and
also the W'. 1 .I :. f .r E .-& the Rt. E.

HIernando -and. y. ... at all.. sl. Jto be
anda npes rthefuse use I.ltlr Co...L of the
County of St. Johns ....' ill. M r.~.i of
October-next tQ nsive I~- it .~~~.Ji

April 14-1860, )i


0 A- H~ CA IT AL '

Oflices-987r BROA~D AY an
50 .W.&I. STREET.

This Cqmpan9 Insures Jig~ings, M~e; .1.,r
dise, Sh~ips, art their. Cargoes, in Porl, onan ~

~jHN I EriNE 1 rn' Frree. J. r
WM3. JABFlARY, t.-.i.-tr.

A,.~ gea, St. Augustine..
June25. -

ALLpesons indebted to theE Ptate of 8TEPH.
cEasd 0 eT Inteai my. ~onCut

chliims ag~ainst said Estate, will preiu Il. ,
duly authenticatedw ithinl the time Ir .10 I j
by law, or th~is.netie-ri wi .1;. ;..- it I r of
thieir~pyment 1;. A-l~tt
u~ne 9 1880. nx or.

Feb. 18 :8 0. Administrat i


rI.1r~l I~. l I.,;L' L&~~~6 sI

S Augustmo: il I 14. FE I.Ei..


C)\- \ II,"' r.. ?=a tw; Fl. I... I

1. .1. F t..1. ; e i r.. jy r I .? RLi L 1
r.3 us.-.. F i I: I

.MaPLE SUGAR.--Juarl r-.. .1
august 18. B. E. 'CA111L

star'srs ..
"Costar~'s" Bedi-bug Erterminator:

"Costar'stl~ecwric Powder, for In-
Rats--Roches-Miice---oles-Ground Mied-
Bed Bugs Aid A~l~ ldth-Mosquitode s-Flea
-I eeta ou17ntaFw4aimle%; aAn e
io sortevelyfom Ri s~lcie.oP,

A 7~c~

g hWldlesale'Agents in all(L tI1 lagre de-s
anm Tons.

idj~.l**. i.aurple kne~isse~r by blllus
r Address ptred~orfsr 'L irordaryto ea-

tl~RY n. s:*;*S P IR. Pasempas. Dar..s

ARi~ 1.TED Whiter Fer or Pnmily use

.J- ~ .,r .. 1, a E T

RA. Buelamenat.

[f` Ir)l(;R, BI .'K0~EA Z
fLoCr, CITR~a F.IfXll
PLO I~lR.1 W' 1'6'
r 1, a B. L.aRR.R..

<.J ,; i r, 1..l ~ .1' PIIE U. ClhR

IDCr ;IC lULDLL~es. n.100 ANDI.~AILE
Just received.. B.E. (ULRi
Augurt 18.

The otrefomoeh a theh ao ;oluiei. n-
teresting, entert finihg, amusing, o rd H.:.og

usNon ae o yung, n6ne too old, noeed too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow-
I.-r~ e, .1-. t nd beauty.
antl I~ te 19mlee w yhut it, and it must
i: ~. -o L. your view every part of the
**.. II 1..lI. relief, boldness, persepective,
,. r i.p ,-, ..1 detail, as if you were on thle

.. -l: h rer~ are everywhere explor~ing

C1.11 Ilr:II.- l J I il.. .nr I..vq II I
WYe have an imus. i.; .; .i! r !r,ps ,- T":.l:s
of scenes in Paris, L .. J. ?. Lr. Usu s. ... rl.....1,
Ireland, Waules, f ul. .r La.Ig.l'.va R.ii~l..n,
Switzerltad, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries. Ititl, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, thle Hloly Land, Chinal, India, Crystal
Palace-also Groups H~istorical, amusing, mar-
rid.aze.con -reakfast scenes, pro-nioes.. u- .
minnsed Interiorn iflrltaoe. L rhi. 6

t ~.6t .ro.-.llm l r Fll..i~ T.Gs i m os ree 1.
t uibvsr Ipllr nL~im alh a..J rom nd' or

.cm .ro r! m..i ald. ~ @ e.I.l r

ar.l 11,- 1 .. ::* f I~ I i1, -~-. I

vlue, o to th . .~. ,I .? tI. 1 os, ,
adds the chlarm of life and motia'n. Thle pro
cess is a discovery of our own, and be ag un
1..... .; CDr..p cu f e ...r. L-l o c. e..
..~ ...... ""` r anb" I'ID i..

.. rI..~ l I I

Parties at a distance sending us $3, $56, $10,
$15,s$0 poi tu5 can havems good insetrment
Expre s
sieTs aone, (without instrument) can be

sen~~tr most
P~is wowsemao ilnta radic af ev ryt
a rly fau~or .. hhln rhtcms t mag
strductos tHowr tom t pake otereocopd n eHitrs.

trearde o will be liberal ~l. -r irlb

strutonsIIo~t aeSreos'copio Pegaive waned,
of Negative. ,
IMar.e a. d 4m.fetie o htorp
ineil SETrAORDIes NAR SALEreso OF ws

000d Lwil'f belbrl

useTlc., BI.I-l it. .ubleror. L.tirr, .MAIL ARRANCEMENTS.

era11,,, Is~ ri I0 lih o a8or Thursdays and Sat-
his head. A little son of Trhomas L ndsey suhr ali u nFia t1 .ad
atood thus nearlyfive hain ~c.v, bus s lu Ifelt Sundays at 5 P. I.
hours afterwards expired, the, blood ru~sh- Sunday thle oflice will be open for delivery
ing to his brain. re Rin,- rp pl a .. fr~om Ma, A. Af...
lJ.f d It stj~if0 F..nn 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.
Stif A youn an rather wur ,nrn assCTNE
very sentimental, wrhilei makeing libusuel INPE WE
hitoresYting ton yOUngF lady the other eveil' I 701'$1311 I Fcur f'llfrlll.
ing, by quoting, from thel poets4, to oiher '' -' '"'
tI.ll =: ..:. 1 1 .. II: 10 ct;, u..11..-1 IIll- I i Il- 11 rl I I l:
'LThere's uo plpce like home."
11),u cnl think sy 'iq~l l-)u;
-"Oh yes!" was II=. .,.,, ,:d .l. . ;
rrThen," savi e..ular., sII~) don't you ,,
II, ,l l ,,,, 1I,~ , ,I .,~.~ I ~~p ....
~i :I.r~i: 1~ ~! o.. I I~'. >o, rail
D.T.~r lolrui., w~ihelf w ia:rj courting,Is ll I ..0 :.....r rl..r ited
you were very dtulr to me;. lit now you're r. onspowers, andl I,:1. III
myrifdd'P am paying your )jal. .3..~ :11,~~ e.,,~, u.. .
SO?11 get I 4opprr I lnd -e;rial a2~b QIL1<.
-Ljl:O; d .En ingle Pulu~prey,' djid lIIIe *~ lmlb~~a m ~ l a llnalo Ir su

II.~1. gso It. an~sJ ii lalnl d..s.. So os-. sin the miracu
pe y d r~) con't yoii dalk with yo:r 1.,,,1. .. iI- i i..riests.
.,...I, .-ln I ~; . it has been tried
head e.... t, like me ?': LiMssal, you ever L*IE *,
been tro' a field of whleat when hec ripe ?'- , .. ,
. ,.., Pompey. .. Aiell, you take rlotidik ll ' '11'- '
somle ob'de healds stan~d hp,land.some hanR yewH r h pe nlill a 1 core of i. ;
down; deur dart stands up got no0 grain iclfnd tu gue~a Uilu e.vers--as now ..
--'em.' 'l I I...i l~ .[y mail. prepaid, wvith full
.1,,........8 .r . . one dollar.
STYE ONTIIE EYPL~ID.--lk correspondent 1-,,,.s.....II....coy 8 an
sendsus til following remedy, which shte erce 2l."iag L.ew York
o' s vou o lhf .t l.. e o mll Jl 1 80 JOHIN WviLCOX-8 CO.

wam eep ir'on all1 night; anld inl the ?to ....s~.~~ L.....- Ilt cure urns and ?
mlorningr the stye will mnost likely be gone; TIe instang Linliment enrs 8oes Ule u
if not, a second application is certain to ro- C'.orns aInd .... ..rn< .. I,= ace rn

movelt.-Wchange. 000,000 DOld.ARS PER ANITUM

pa misfortu n comes int yur ide se, he ,.1'iS .. ,. Il t p esr ald re
stalk out aain; for is onn't :I ar il..:..,red eiiOIrheav Ora or;~ dinarsor 8we ~g~
com inny. ., ,~~~ -I r..l~ -II- ... .r.. .. 1- ast,

~0 .1~ ,i IIh inost stupendous works va~ ~e n,r ~ .,?,. l.c, u v...,;q in
re ker L.] Lub Ih~ ';~ in hbse ITmion, I-l -j .p '1- or

.r [..r. 5. . 3..,,.1diusovery ot ~ ~~ .- wh re

trac;lks, br nging~ into constlant use somle ten, k it.' II0 l I 'm ~I
locomotiesand.,, 10,,.1.. -n-~"' '' T" is a lo~
estima ia tl ll. I Lt... I alI, 1. 1. ..I~ .11...2 ... will .0 1 0 ,
be worth ten ?I...11.i. 1 .I.II.r- it willH L l. I .
take four year s. ..... .1. r. I' I. r ...l . r I and Fwirdians is

thleN. Y. Hlerabl,];;s L inridge's popTularity at this momenlclt ill :ar.olinaB, and theirasiSiants havl e been Seblete
is zrua wl neve I ~xse lby glu fri reetaae 'j'8i nbsi tra 12 is
his pubnelst an~d moset popular dlays" u ,
F- ---- Leiltre ft l Ci n 4liels ad t tie Muill dc nfll

Esq., present hris namle to thle citizens of St. cotire. T .l .s I... I I-1. -o ofpin point
Johnls County, as an bulezpendlent Can~didarte for of plasntes an health,, e6ep cloth- g
the house of Rep~res;entatives, inl the next Leg;- i.~~.~. .ex tel mnhs. .elpin
islaturerad solicit forhrim theirsupport. 4.s-. I.. I roll ~. ~ .u .i;. --. Jame,
MA~NY VOTERBS **'ie rnoe. o. .
)BA'fEOF ault NI nUII C~llY 'Yj INY Principlal.
StS Au usrtine Augusnt 1800ll June 2--1860. ft.

Fo 01 $5 O0!
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO 53.00.
SFTE1Two Years' profitable experience in
t our present mode of disposing otour Jer-
cly,8.% 'hoa and ermteuiers sah faton
take pleasure in saying that we now-consider
our business fairly andpermanently established.
bxtew~sh it udders odtthal.1this sNo Ltteen
purchaser gets the value of his or her inoney in
each .which cannot be bought at any retail store
f th satn p ise an adto h pr

We proi a to 1-:1

muium he wasri.o~ t.odi .1~~~ c.. on n..;

and Pen, or Looket, and we ill niake their
selection, and inform them by r~i ~~ ;;r.1


reoe~ L''E i P -I In.1 di n..a. olr 1 ci

Fo ulri ulare send for a Peheiii d Pen

Am ea oreP initimshre article inititsblE fer
Gentlemen's Gold and Blver W~atch-
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
Gold Bleevea Birtona, Gold

note I;.. s1 ..'" ... ,,,,

FO) LI I ~

htoe .aeC o, htna rn.6ral% Beas P
and Ear -Rings, Gold l13uaslets, Golds '~
13uttons, Gold Belt Slides, GoldlRings, Au. .
.\I. . .. . -,Melodeons, Musical Bozes. dA-

Ni. B. In sending youi~lr ases; wa~ih; It.,

Lr2 c'.Lti.lL tIRlEET. lijlad N:
khW TOlE.

PPOdnmtilittilO Of BElec.

SNT rlUPTON~ 11 i, I... 1 ni Mondaly the

or1he f'lowa ugpes ns are aLppointed Inspect.
For St.,Augustmea Precinct (election at tle
Court Iiouse) Johln S. PurvFiance, Nicholas
HogelQ, Igneel0 Lopez.
of~ r'iol cuta P'r cin~et (ele teiono etthe H~ouse
Colee anud JacOib Lee.
For ooeasin Brncoh Precinct (election at
Colson old buildings) Alberlo JIoger~o, Barfolo
Maisaters, Jr., andiManuel~olana.

For T u lr rl~l Irent sionn th~e

Polls) to be opened; a o oack A. 1l and
c ased Yat 5 P. o

Augus 2o-~'j~W' 800 J.. g. .* r!. c. aten a te itl Halil ia the clleon
Lremea 1I v ~ b\ ilrll s \~bR.u
hest e~,, makEll, pt sbdr:. eo so

iYIUnan II name Chaley lilbelonggtrs Chte oabr-
lotteI.~ Zyktra of Chalrlestor il8. Q.He bladk en
when. take, paril. l ES.;~ B .w h c PO N E, a
: ~I.. Yilb IilllII I.i yID Ma rshal,
Au Jle O.eSt L, iilp`



:(Bormly H.- ? DJEGRa~r; i

Thakarlg I:lmr l Irira~ -- al-rla

in the lnite$ tates.

Tltr Sl e.. l ius npor of rTie

= ,. oans Whnut

lies; HIlal, IUser: r..nI Sr a.*. Blanr~pns, a
large stock; Flr oln L~a~r setsasfournlists
i iz. ll. II..m 6- I luel
Jeaala3 Ltldanod Eskagiloo Post

tw?.de n.Inyfrl*shrd e.


No Ooods Rletailed on "Phoe~.

n \th1:!IIlE ')LI1E-- D ein: a prne ini-
'.. re..- 11, m er..-d perrsions or thur

; L 0..[E Iri~rlra Ib-r L ct11 .nd hli-

r -rl~nll , ~ n g, .e n.ludhu g all Lie

.~1 ~~"t' L! \11 To liLi.. Jl D). ECla(I
zat sllr. l and 1 liir llastinguL.erk. It
.s~l ,- ruled a1.. 10 11 nulmanus Eu-

ll~, \FilqTi n\ pMFOiLTEITL-
No matter what msy be your disease, before

,i ~c. ful. de.r ~ ~r crtrol .orr~ rusu
Akg at 2 1860~s.i. N if.i~by~

AGoshen? uteel .1 IA t.

Il.oan. dom.n=.allc.Je. -.10pe r th3

EI**pt'asestl~l Ir Lamp*-+.6-vker -

'Li DANGDEROUS **. ii iit lt bit dierr

GT~p~~ii *

A Gold Pencil with Gold Pen attached, "Costar's"' -
011 ~"Gostar's" Ra~t,Roa.hLchj~co.Ektermina

- --.- __ -- -~ '-~' ~ ~-*-~ --- --I---- -~---I---I----- --- I I~

~__ _II _~__;__1l^i~~__~~1_3______i______;;_ ~I


Reliable orders from the Trade, by Malil or
Telegraph, filed, on a Slication to
93 Pearl Str et, N. Y.

c.l u p~rI. 'jl. i e. Chllr, rlu UII
N" My,-,-R. 0 n E, cro t ,u a 0,...

plag pf the KeroseneI oil OP., andt all
persons air eca~ution~ed against using he
s!i tErl~e-marsk for other oils. m

Itair Call at theC ney Store under the Ma.
sonic Itpdge opened by. ERTE, if. you
want chepap ad primc artzeoles in the Gro-
cery Line auuo( qer litt)} Nickr nacka.

LiARINA, Corn Starch, L.emons, Graham
raerSago, TapiLofousou, Mac roni le
kowdersa, Hops, Soiia, Cream Tartar.
Jan. 21. 1l. E. CARR.

HOCn KlA o spb~r V ingar, eln
got Wine. Cherry Brandy.
B, P. Clna.

ROCKIIN~ Il..r-. biure~ans )inresses,
*~l 1,:< ` E. CAnt.
nASINSf, Currants, Citron, 6hloice Mlustard,
1Ldo. Catsups, do. Olives, go. Fresh Mank-
eitel, Heorring, Codfits, Alnchovies Sardines,
Mar. 8. BU. E. CARR1.
~RAHAM1 Crackers, latan Corn, Corn
S~ tnarh. Farina, Oat Meal, Sago, Tanpioea,

SJDre Frit ue. vere 8'izq e.
Oct. 15

M\Eltl~ligh' TAILOR '
WOULD respectfully inform his friends
$gand the publioge~nerblly, thathe isalways
.prepared to execute any orders, in his
liffe, which they Way favor him rrth. He has
o h and, and is ari~ya supplyJing itselff with
the mbst firuasha~ionl ood ua *_I oings .l
French blacki, ble andbrown( CI-Il- 1.1.~..
'~ odnerdra cto n ste~ 1 g p ta ole w r
manqhip, for cash whily

ISOr metically Sqa~led. &

April 1--1860.

Q resl!gls Nus:"i. :::4:H:\'"E:
sosdSlopickled Sahoon, Mack~erel, Her.
ring, cheat nes. B1. E. CARR- .

WAMR, Bacqq,. Pork Larg, Butter, Potr-
Jh? 28--8 B..CAR

(15 QORTEl,
O~Rgl E ,der Choicelanre line or e,
July 2 -1860.

No. 1 Macke~ra~ (p i, t and Tubs.
SALMON in Ti, Cans. Herring Sardine,
-~ inl j~n- a vies, I'ickles. 4 .CR,
FU'. -;1 F CA
CHOICE bunco p Raisa itq, g Furrants,
dre asserted nreseireq Je y, % n
Nu Pea $(ut, Enalish \Tlqlnuts Niin l p

A Larg;B Sot of ggging Chairs.


Junea 21860.

AT pQCO on Ihe S Johns
rclr s'lr.MJ iandrr I dwoen
l i l n: *l ~ - s l

lul nas noe Levry[Lu' forh Te .un~l j~ll rsj 1
.irtal d ol 9 every J a.~l.Jayl~ uit. th

??" Tr ea 202.I~u fla.
Dec. 10 1869.

eg. Ohambers. Plano Sann-
Sac ueff,
fCorm~erly Duoboe SlaeJlrr, r~nd Inst.,.e.
Wrroames i the "LBible House.!
as Streei~t 8L 4le Avenue,

Timina~reliable placsr~ puzrchas. Or-less
byIC ni-ur fathUll execuedll and ps-rive anna- l
fcurian~nranted. of
N. B.Sad fo aracuklr, tFrack acreption
41ylemandededr aefprece.
MLarrh 1--16GO Sm.

S~~~CiLS' ~ B L"" i r~rh:E CAiRR,

LLINLS Azrer. Spsdaries Pid,. Corn Mills,
GradunlfA Hoea, Carry Cp~t E.CAq


3 Barrela Liniad Oil
2 do ser Tarpuntine.
eains Bm es Br. 1. CAER,

SII.t~ Se laritue gt 40 Roome removed
from th M~agnlolia Ho~useill bedispos*
C iot--- d40 Bedsteads all Sizee; 80
~ I~ua; lsiand moss;] 150 Feather Pil-
ws;r 44 tis& Mahtgrany~e,2 D~inia5
Tables assorted; 16 Looking Glasses; 1 oi
Chaiseasured Carpeting; Maetting, Blankets,
gheetQuiefaSpreads, Crockery, Ritchen UtenL
sil;andanentensive ssortalent otali kinds, of /
appecndaess repliePd in L large Hotel MUST
(a 1860. B. E.CAR1.

_j0T iscrai~om Sch.3 Pdsi frm oef
~plea,& Poso a s, Buckwheat, assorted
la e6Je Ink.
LAWCE adRd ~1L&. Leresr. N..r rani lno

April14--86(B. 1M. CARR,

Lookmog gla~sss.
L^"" ~ "!.i7 Plte ii~n e omaoE
unes o ables. CHR

FrFom Balfimore,

1 ~ABushelsCorn 150 Bags Corn 100Bg
a oftl~ats, 200 Bble Flourr25"'Bble P'or~k
W +00~pdrH Packages.
Itfrch 24.<-10t it. .cARR

sr Bacon, Pork. &c. B. E. CARE,

aas Q6; ~r Wick Shs g at ..eduoed

Jon far AE'8.

pO(ICB a~ame; ried Beef, mass Beef, meas

Jan ".SI l .CR.
~~1 *
PFFeS) (rO~erlest
IIBT recived ran fres pply of Family Gro-
as (INNEY'S Cash Store.

T~P eR. CHeEp F rCO/A'. H.IR1, BL

1860~ B. 1. CARR

asleo gn 10. E.c

WiCO~g()4). Algg RETAlIL,

(fpynly H. P r)ygA4rrg
Ao. BrilFV1P gO~o g)gyyi rL..
.1. Ie ab!idrstmer.l ii bs Iaries in height. and
#mr.teriv ociph' I.uLp root1riete

in thp United gates.
They are prepared to qffpr great itytpeements;
to the Wholesale $pggyr for Cash qp Timre.-
Their Stockr consists, in part, of


Alsor 044 ag4R Woon S~ar -work, all qall-.
ties Ml', Husq amd $p1S I nTBlum
asetpr,'W1 2d to $100.
syenny liplit gag4 tension Post
O i'm wider. esP:0ppy. fo Lr the anthrn Trade,
'Ib sr lueasus~s for mess.utr.llurng dnf) cm-
r11 ilQ6qEDAl E

No Goods Betailed on time;

an. 0 pr . .~red I l Tel I nyJ ojld friend
most splend dr nar~t:. .ill o *i lr dry
gn? t-i Twy1 low pri r c.~ wreJ c
epromL. rl a;lte bi~ n L I. glJ cut care an alrea

rion t Ipse ilr-; as ; llnor 1o Ihe purch~aser
sed run order fr dr gores tha yle nil b
put up with great care and attention to gave ear
direoadshe 9 otot Imrehasert Allspuo
will be allowed a fare per cerit. off, for cash.--
ppy !are here a list of -a feye of my large am,
sortei 41g4o a.

consistigg of f'rench brc:ad CI~lxI [ We son es.-
simeres, Piot I 1. It. Ldlcl esu mes *rs Jea..
Tweed Cloth, fancy Cassimrers, Ladli Cloth,
Merrinos of all colors, Fi gyed and plain D~elaneat
grley Blanketsl Ber an~ikqts, Engish Mecri-
noes, Ma 1 o egro Kecrsey, Meri.
much Pr sand aisses Hose, GEnty
.11erino pokMuai
Enli 9 F~iiiggI ao rJ`bic k'FF anc.

I8 .ningoseroseei Sl.76peroal.

eamw do. 11 per lb.
ac'a dr 114 leb.

Adamantine Candles 80a: ar th.
Elephant Oil for LauNg 1.36, a


"g~gstar'q" 93s,Spoachi,&o.E xtermina.a
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exrterminator.
"Costar's" Electric Powder, for In-c


i.-- ach e-M co eve,1.1-Grd pe osoiadM*

10'ears established in New Yoark Cit use#d~
by thle the City P'ost-Offic0--the City P ~isons
andStion Hous---th e CiySerm n chi1
&e.--and by more thun 20,000 private fami-
,ar- a si~e..gen...vs. .
t tem.
lh *M11~e .4gna in1 tlhe large Chiti

,,' ilL.I = : **eI ODUI L ilLG. .- -
did- Sl~i. Omple B,.erseserl b .U11.
O~.a~Jeir- ... <.-,. ior== C'rr~ o [I...
RENRY R, coETAR. PWLucanT Duns,.

slyl19-1 60. Bm.
Issater ag..IConp.e no*Sf Cdy. Ac: Ir

April T--1840

Famlily f lour.
TXARR TIED Whilr Ellrr Lr^ Pa il~use
o y 5 blls. pemsilurg. B .C1R
hs 8- leo.

Rye & BU~hkYheat.
fLO5'R IA' S:R'fA
For sale 4 B. E. c.Lgit'
March 8 --18t10.

"FUSI' Required a lot of Ghoice Black, rOld
t} Hy~sqn, ong do rtr) Supuilor.
June g3b~, 18Gu .1ClARS,

ROIROJ RaS the lar

gest sRj Of &Dy IDO*
dicin- -in: the world*

100,000 ~packages
sold in Georgia and
iOutil Carolina in
fourteen months. It

cure, if directions
Bie fo010fd, an ,

ORSe Of D Spepsia ,

JaniV8 P ISRSO, a

DebilityI Palpita-

fiop, OhronroEic iJ-

De dressed idiiprts 9
Ogs of ~Appetite,
.Pain in th;e side agd l

RO.1 itIS special.

ly'r4 pfd to Fe-
plai g 00iplaints 4 it

pFOdues~ Rotund-

iy Of Fospl in Fge

pwyae Habit,
VEry invlid

8 10pid tryb es@

503 BrQatlWas, Iew York.
E'er sagidgi S. Aspaq~ce by
'B.,E. CAR1.

VE ETABLES, Peas, Corn, k:e. &c.
B. q.GRa,


ANCHEW SPECIFIC foor rm the St. qFihols Jlotel.
~ ~P~RIE, The Steve po~ e is the plpalinslmoutve, in-
tresting enet lining, amusing, and exciting
1 one are 100 young, Ilyng t00 Old, nOne too
i iiient,onone tou hus.lue~l, to acknow-

B~~Y~Ra wI& N pid jsRme 1',hou 4 spa it mna
RC PEOPLE l presents to ,ypyofte
and habi~ppeps of de~pl ag if ysy Eppy on the
Eu oeBin lr~ica pA rlia lin eshl
A 1510 BH~t,. and id thle beautiful, and the readits of their

~SragpscenesCbrenk fas~tscenespaptyps pclat
B O DT Bryn.8 AC.~F~, 10 t suonglir )lav- inen r11
nas8R Noae ir, ub. gralks' o re~as, Ile.1.4. a. cThe ef- .
na jja .5 sh., Russi R1...A y..eains St mosp remrk
Evers getilemIol an of wealthr angrefine Ctast
is aid byso n .,.roup v .is.;rio..,ru ie .:1, our

M[tyr pl Pll 0~ arg. B..a Le 0. re~ ~in.-.cmur I. .lil.l.4 n ..ii r
wrmlfasso n,,,

wrtsIJ~usso t.lj Lri :6: 1.;Irol.,eg..s o k i o pllll fo il r P~ a 22
Iis'Y depieted as sharplllY an bdistinctlysitit hir

bei~aen lerfectlystrl'et 'ihisgivesnaddholeynal
rakB Titnu, dlete1 fo heobesar ti a es jld nmatnd re h y
o hn no mate L roedl et Lonyn ui nlv
wr IB R ,Pais large orders foarpl sAnthosnrty s Ins itataneu

hearts rfetly an itrest. Thipies particarofthis a
valecas giun so u beuts oe itand prpes wil be i
M T forwU~E, addrdedhr to agy a tddresson. recip ofa tamp
Dr.~S~ aesind uch itresy as they may eque~stseunt y
E~lr. V~rT(UI aies lalgondes (without instrumet) can be
seAmntar oe thihsh to e havied ofs everything
men reanypi valuasle m ioneli tht Scmese ou t, a
on send ustheitP~r nameesto pace on recrdb maq4 f
par~ ~~eat ONCPCAG.wleep the po~rsted aTh ouricl on expese
T~HTON PACKAE. en o lesur will find Photography a most
try Merchant LY shul ke fscntingou and delg tfi asdpdsepagt Wel re
in~ ab ~N~tL~ oyontreparded to fitou amateurs sr eeph o ar. rmph.p
IND husanij. Kwil tp necessary fo (ithneeir id Bups to pr, $.I a.
t.D AsgadiSpNY by 5 Importe ag Manufa~e n oo [Nip ppic
9n. "ge* itra nts p-p n eyep rjusectio qf he
rDY, arines aour, attokt as or dicont) ton he /
3$1% ~ ~ ~ aeToPn~Ittgahr.-iscas

C REMc~aED, s!"re, theirnu:e : ::lneon..,,das ers.
of dg~L wl kegaie. 4me potda u w xet
Imr ~ ~ ~ $TAODNR SALE OF~LO J~no esr ilfn htCnpyam

K ERoa gIE~i oi i.

n'oB Luu.and il E .ur lU.T II 11 4 III. at

Ti,i ;s l i n. i~to ; %bY~..1 cost reu5 pe; J
c.I & c, be n r...s) e

us. ...- ..... v "

c0h 0 Rc LDO( Ts!

a old falpilw'ith GoldPen attached,

F00 @OK '!
woKT: Fapx SP:oo To sto. U
A'f PT :R To :nr' pmfitab's exper:"se i
eilry, Bc., anld from tilp univeFS~Il aon~ftifton
given (q allwxhohavev patro~irzdour house, we
takle pleasure in saying that we n~ow consider
.. Lsi.sess fairly nd established.
We wish it understood that this is io otters,
bui a fair RPl legidiinate sale,- in whlich each
purchasger gets th~e alue of his or her money in
TACIIED, ORl A GOLD LOCKill, worth $5
eahwhche~uat e Ibh at ny reti str
ILle unc yoeo u cei a I'en" of er

\V repoes uo l pro n wa e

adraess s atns wher they t L me

Premium thley are entitled f. Thc yr can ten
LROthe prvivege of seq~g for i ii te

ll.r~s crn ll I i...Jg theat. re nllt p

i.;p~l, ~~t~l ..j.,s h~~rn.. rat Ca-

r~l *I.' L~"6.~tlI~ *@hs.~ n!r .: 'IuFI

~FFi~ei' ~t~ I P Penand Premium, orLoc r
t send for arPencil and rea
Among ear Premiums are Itrti~cls suitable fp
Ladies anld Gentlemeni, sHph 118
9s, nes"'t eso qnd $1"og hr-

gm at ch agep ,, 041

We h ar Go~ldl da as, Flo ei e, MosaniF, Ge-li
stone, cam o a seearne ~g oZB rg \s edr~
ad l R ings JeGol rbe, 9 $inG e j2
B;lti ,Gol nel P, 3,, Gol, Muicalps, Ac.' 60
reqi~~. Pred;. LbJlr MsCf( eB -

N,. U.--In sending your names, writo the
State, County and Town plainly,8 to s to avpad
letters being m saorried.ANL O,
]02 CANAL SREbl No.)

FA sale in St Agat!liv ly
april 14-1860.
A e var riEt of Toys for the Hol days. .
ff.r TN LON

GREda RwmP

n pros c

o CRTHA pq~~cR

van n D
a USR.P rr D


a Emer Yla r~iall
Rii. ~F~1CR




5tIIN UTr Ellows I

Drunoggistand Cunl
.9ifc u ua~ ma I
Olithro~ yr~ kqrIssa
q@Ingde e aipenl qud

April 14I-186i0.


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