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: September 1, 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: VID00205
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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st. Aigastin;e, St, oha's F0,,Plrt,


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one Diranr per square, of twetire lines nard
tunder, forllhetirst insertion, andJ sevent-Five
cents fo each st serquent isertionistdtotp
space contraeced for. All contracts shiall be in
x- itilng, ajtil rl t stei tie wea$r oti minf
not, properly conlnectedr~ll r '. it .,,
h~lrred c s t ntrat e d~ fo '- I
nmd adertrisement inotmalrked withl the uimm.
berl of ,detin ried o Lill be continued
un- Five Dollars will be charged for p~l y-
nouacements of C~andidtes for Oflce, in ad-
Cotrct advertisements payab~le quarterly;
aiivertiseuentJ from strangers and transions. l
perfoJ pdayable na r~ne. AHqthexw sillbe
ione squnae, for six mugths, - .. 10 00
Brlcai u for L~e er lion 0
~oi 0t Dci~hlrdeiaurds le Tai i 00
tr to -. -- 1D 00
a~ 11 H ini ~ Job intiing,mYusthepaid

RaP~ts & Cage~s.
Brokelooseearrying~a'Ky : ~
rle ien ses vngn MOr~ s
body mulst halVe at newFI~t ii rl
adu dvd it Rl eel@ bd ilrtn ltov n
choose knowingly suh avarietq Evervthing
from asE o~plpe < wn "on u lessitC B1roj
Brnliler sta, Beaver Cashiner Plushl rad velvet
Plorphy Pikesek I'diIonner semlbrero, Jaunty
I'lug Ugly SweHl Head Vientillatorr, Rgulatrs
aci Tip Top, in fact evel ry tinrg ever wo~rn
ir( Xnb' (si doi ~ hqt of' ti e nean aho
Nov. 12 '.HISON'


Tat dO (N BELL, oef enagageg, the op (10o~
1838, for the reception of abolition p~ll -i L
Congress, and that he was the ., ..;
me t~ 1~ 1. ~d~ ul.
30<* al rq .. il .ud .. il ..r. .iiilc
a cne

ile IL ~llj:L Y'~tl (1Li b

rr Ibe6i~ of, cerTII losi -ser4-1F
ormd headmBanc r.?. aaTr~L. jei
lil,~~s dsa Dra F*. Das- a-21d l..
1, ao b rrP Uek n~a a. LChat. Ji I)Ule

i .r a 13 :S J~er Br-r,

nrool dee nodn that a rousr t dmit Ka u.a
violation ofa =great 'so and lain" Constitu-
tiolt reememb~reed LbthtJou BELZ has re-.
pentedly, within i3he last two years, announced
?,ub is vthate WU CUALESCE WVITh
Let ithecrzmsmbered, that Joax Bursebas Iste-
lybee anerrogasted by a committee a soited
position party or labamar, as to whether he is
"-0 far oin te prer lo nof a ri ht no~rr
/used to answer.
pr mienlgple of aondinote Eo 8h
BLACKEEILPUBLICALV nobliontion of Chicagro.
pat $ hech nm jate no Belr rsam r~~a
it goes, iden~tical with that of thie Blarck Repub~li-
can ,Uothpr a agngto sustain the onstitsuon,
Let it be remembered, that EowaD EvnaTT,.
susno posatae fioal to Cheles ,1,..,
the notorious abolitionridt and foul-mouthed cal-
umnisto .. .h Isoto after he wsjuistly caused
"; ,,. e' *1... s~am Eoaw~n
EVEREGTT, said, in a 1LetBter itteR1 l0Dg RTfirr-
war s,r tshe agr wkt thes a anlense atry
which argumn~et mesan attempt to prove~ SoWth

4et ithe~remembaere, that Ensues EvERETTr
voted foyr aresltoluio declaring the right o

Letit Ag remembered. that Ensur.9 EVERFF1
voted for a resolution declaring thlat Congress~
oughtto takie measures to er~ct the abolition or
alavery ia th~earit a Colu lsi.aEvar
voted for a resolution declaring tinat the rights
of humanity, thhoolaius of justice, and thle comr-
Iqougoodlhirle, demand the su!ppression by
nhoug t e taxric on in andi
Leithz~oe,,~reasmbeethat EuwaR\D EVEnrrf

ry in thle terr torica of the United Stntes.

State shalt herebfter be admitted into the nionl
wh e C euiri~ ee mn cf or~o ament shanl
Let itbe reamebered,, that EownnD EvE10EPTr
In by th a Cosiuion pwr thab~ i ti Fe
,rfio san e betsth o tile Slates p tex
demannded by theprinciplesu of humanity and
jus a t be rerembered, that Eumino Evsu~rrr
has been addrressed by citirens of Alabama;, is
tedh petn ny (10li \alri~te thir roeorti
Let it be rmnembetred, thaL ouas lnLs, of Ten-
nessee, a native ora slave Swie, but all lis
Life longs friend and ily~ of the ,North. laws
been seletcted as slit anld paper onundidalte to
ran on the ticket with Egwaanu EvERElTT
whose record is frrirl stated in the forgegiuL
1Yith all these fa-.. = ls... . It.. C. ..
Pan Youthecrn men~ It <- i' . ...., I r ., a, r -
--On last MIonday foren~oo, as its Br.
John Stealler Elasterli C~it .an ua heir peks-
sage from this city to Paortland, she ran
upon a whale, knocking off her forefao
and causing a sight leak. At that time
the vessel wa! toutll ten miles 1. N. E. of
Thattober's Island, and was g ing~ 8t her

i ih, p syi~iaot 01 e dhdel ay a
of them rose just forward of the bows, and
was struck on thle side, about two-thirds
of the way back from the head, causiing
quiet a school to the vessel. The whahra
dove instantly, and not being seea a an,
18supoe ds to h kilQItswas a larau
seventy-five feet long. A few minutenafter
another whale was seen coming towards the
shipat great speed, and it was expected
th t e er a .l ..uI arl~ Ill .I. as-

,'dove"' and doI I -B i,'n Tira.

AunmVAlop OfhD9 Rr.1 hla ,\lrll
Franklin, the widow of Sir John Franklin,
the Aretio unaigator, was a pa~sspnger by
the Adriatic, Rhich arrived lu .New Yoric
on Satiirday mnornin~g. She will be the
guest of the Grinlnell family during her
5 journ in this country.

SInsult t~o Southern. Ladies and! "Signs in the EHea~ens." A Romrantic Story.
Gentlemren. The editor of the Jniackoville (Ala.) R~e- A gentlemlan of the Secondl district of
The BZaltimoreo U~il,ur of the 18th ina~~l.,, pulican, says: this city was on board of the ill-fated stea-
anlys:-In no~ticingl i'a ewdays ag;o the visit Wcle are uable to account in any way for mer. AietiC, whe~n shr got losEt on the 27 of
of a Pr~ty of. twTo hunldred and sixty south- thle phenomenal~ in thle appearance of thle September, 1351. The sad news reached
ern ladies and gel~ntleme of wealthl to Chi- mloon, as mencltioned in thle followving com- hlerethathle was among themrissing, and cast
agog, Bu~ihlo, and Niaga;ra Fallk, we refer mrunication. Several others, we have lears a glooml in his household, for he had a family
r1 1 ed to the civilities whlich had been be- ed, at different plachs, sawd thosame or very -a young and pretty wife and a child.
s-. Ba r~s HO, ? 0.1 8d~ stowed upo~n themi as a gratifying evidence similar appearances. It is proper for us to, H e w w. well to do in the world, and left
of tbo social kindness of their Northlern say, however, to those here or at a distance p lroperty sufficient for. their maintenane.
Saturday, September 1, 1860. brothrenl, we find, th~oughl not at untot our whoil are unneqruaintedl with thle author of The youngr widow mourned her loss h~usband
~p~~-----~-~--L----~~ surprise, thalt we over cbutimated the' extent the communications, Dr. J. 31. ILow, that sincerly, doubtless, but sorrow is knot cirr-
CORMpfRla R 28pff of slnac Republican courtesy; itud that the w-ve have known him several yeais, and al. lasting, and as thle longgyears rolled past, the
excursionists will bear with them to their walys regarded him as a g~entleman3 of intel- m laowc,.... . ide p..~~Isred. l.4 nes on
.- po.,,,, j, ,,,3 ... ti~opleasant.--~rmntrrrance ligence and veragiff,. her I~I.:. 1.1 ,I.ld..d;gn, and bnlise play,
D~estirhg to e.utibrih t.. :Il in our power ofei a grLoss inlsult offered theml at .Marshal,~ W e h1ope to.hdar fromu hima algain in Eles- ed 0.. 1,. rr..o 1'1". Shz was yi~oun si
Deithe success ..f II.: Jv..u.u..ue stmineces, M nichiigan, an account of which we extract oril tion of other appearano sc.n.t onedland pretly, and suiters were not want~iLNg.S
both State and federal, we propose to issue from a D~etroit paper as follows: also f~omn others who1 saw thle samue either mI lel:d xagin. Several years of qul li
the Examinerl for the Camrpaign coinnienc- At M~arshanll, on thle mIorning of the day inl dlecription, or expecasion of opinion as bliss hlave passed since the dayS she took
ing th'e 4th of Auaust till after the elections /r wh pichl theY were expected to pass overI to thle causes. a new companion in life, and enddenly the
to all new SUbselibers for jity cents. As thle Celtr~al roadl, a handbill was circulated CoaN GnovE, July 30. 1860. electric sparked of the telegraph, flying with
Swe do this u1:erely froml our interest in tle a through thle town in the following: worth' Editor Republiccn--As there hlas been the speed of lightuing, has struck the edi
Success of our wor~thy aggdj~lkings, ad in REPUB)LICANS, TO TI'TE RE~SCUE! a pheclonoena, one knows not whlat, but f ies of her haplpluess--struckk at its base, so
Ssu~pport of the important principleainvlve~vd Two hlundredl Southlern s1~~lavebud ers, with wonderful beyond all wondrous measure, I as to make it totter and crumble. A dis-
in the contest, we trust, thlat all good deon' th,;,eir savs, will pase throusShI our city this hav~e thought it appropriated, by your k-iul patch from the Bailize, received day before
ourats will at least exhibit their inlteest ini (MIonday) after~noon, anld will din~e at thle indu~lgcec, to so far trespass upon your y esterda~y, announced the arrival of the
thle calnvas, by obtainingr nod. souding usdepot. This is a afinrant violationl of the time awl that of your numetrouls readers, as longlost first husband. ClingingR to some
thesnpmes of numerous srlbscpibers for thle lawsg of thlis rtute, Cppro.ved Februanry 15, to record the most singularf phenomena thtat piece of the wreek, he hlad floated to dia.
camaig.LesthanI this9 th~ey canl not do. 1850, wh~ichl providers as follows: hasR ever occurred since the foundation of tant shores, where for six lonrg years he
We will say further, that if .there are an? "E2very person whIo shaill bring~ anoy negro, the world, as farr as I amn acquainted. I lived with the hope of meeting! once more
true nRECKLTrIDGEa and LANE: ment in Ille mulatto, or othir person of collor into thle h ave reference to thle remarkable fr~eaksy of thle beloved ones hie had left at home, but
eity or out of it, who are unable to paly for S talte, claiming sirin or her as a slave, shaoli the moon, that so lately exhalibited them.- unable to find a holomeward bound vessel.
this campaign paper, if they will leavre be punisheod by imprisonment in the State selves, and which hav~e caused such intense W ie hope to obtain some particulars con-
their namles at the office, we willsenld thre:n prison not mlore than ltenI years, Or by fine excite~met inl the pubolie mind. During, c erning thorualoe life; anod of the many
the Exasiner till after the election run-: not exrceeding one thlousalud dollars." thle last qluarler of the moon, on~ the 11th hailrdships he must have suffered-all of
On these terms, if Sptnocratls do their duty~, [Es-sion lawns 1858, pages 526-7. inst., thle curious freakrs first manifested. which dwindle into mere nothinlgness It the
tle Ercaminerl will L-e la the handsoaf uReXpublicans, to ArmsI Strikte for the thlemoseles, thought ofthedisap~poin ulent that awaite
ev~ery- BREC9INRIDGIE and LAh:E Illin ill 10moryl~ of John Browrn. Lincolu and Thle first movement or alteratipn of the h Iim on his -rrival hlome. The feelings of
the country. Let us see whlat an he done- freedom. position of the M\oon, is: by turnuing a com- the twice wedded wife may be better ima-
------t~c---- ~ LMarshall, Aug. 6 01860.") plete summersault or by changing' its cuon gined than described.- -Newl Orleans Cour- i
The VniverSity Of the Siioutti. The inw referred to is one enacted at the vexity to the No.thl, instead of thle South i er. I
sitting of the legislature of M7ichigann, its na~tural position. It remains in thlatl ------~s----
Th &rn~ entegiz of the T~ ~!,~ I whIich amo ng other things,) provides that p:'sition burt an inistant before its freaks~ are Is M~AN A COSTIOPOIrTE~ Y-The non.
Churel i he Sonl I giots already togs Ievery person whoe shpil bringa any negro, still mnore curious. It then 4isnolvesr as it c osmopolitelsm of thle human races, is the
sunsle a tangII1 ible fun. It is onlly a fety "Ularttoo''r ohr person of color into thre were and formls itself ino little round balla. tople of anl essaiy, trarnulated front the
years bak that thle project wa~s started, Sltatechsimilinghim or.her usa slave, ahall half dozeu i:: onuber, apparently abour Frenrch of Boudcu, in the Jor~nal dr
and now over $000.000 have b~een sub- Ibepunished by imprisonment in the State twou inches in diameter. It remains in Phyeiologue, for the Oglethor~pe= Medical
4ceribed anrd paid inl, tenl thlostgnd seors to- pr~lisonl not more thanl ten yecarj, or by flue 1 lithcat ition but a shlort time, when it as. Jourmna, of Savaonah, by Wmu. L. Bi;-
iohr har~lve bee n pllrchasesd lit S~wnnCe not ercedlngone thlouanod 11oldllare." suanecs its nlatural sha~pe, prodwouing all tha cha~rif, 31. D.
~!ounsiu Tenn,) ad te; I~cc~sq. a~o rismatic colors of the Yolar S~pectr~um. Thle conclusions presented are given as
Mountain (Tn.)adtnDicL=.a' H ar LY ON TuE DgC*aiulloN or C Iljjta nt rnd eghi I full mi
represcuted in thre Corporation. Thle Rt. IRDpru se-l sh~cl 1iOh SI1a 0 migh go on to~a grete length ina ows: fe
Revr. the Blishops of Tennlessee aInd Geor- y < 1tin'eerdat io namuilg otler freaksJ thaut Ilav been1 seen in |1 ti o talpoe httedfe.
gini, and GI. n. FAnIRBANs, Estyr.: thle Su'" c connctioin wi~th those already nlameld, but eat human ra:es are cosmlopoalia as ws
,Ion ludiaga, QCltober, 1842-, (see .I; have no Ilnoretinie at present to devote believed heretofore, but a greatt number~ of
~ollr-ittep of thle Executive Cuommittee, anld Sp''eheeb of Henlry Clay, by M~allury, to thle ubtj~ect. facts rather tend to established the contrary,
nouw advertiue in thle New Orlpans palpersy vol. 2, p,. 597,) Henry1 Clay5 said: Weo shall not attaimpt to theorise or 9. The faculty ofaeolirnation out of the
for plans for thle main buildings, which '*Tle Deelaration, whatever may bethe phlilosophliseCupou thBseremalrrkaloephena. place of origin, var~ies according to race,
musut contemp11late a cautrlu structure, extenltofits import.. was made by the de- zuena. If we did, we would exp8ish it as nod thris variatimx manifejts itself. by. cor-
ftiguke byI owngtewol ob wo.lgton fteUntdSaes nms one of the signs spoken of by our Saviour respondling differences in the proportion of
toishg.The upper storyg of thle cen- o f them slaveryi existed, and was establishl- thut is to precede the end of time. eases of aigkness and deaths occurring.
tral structure is to be used as an Exhibi- e~d by law It wals introduced and forced Ifaypro obsth uhniiyo It is not proven that the E~uropean, as
tion H~all. upon the colonies by the paramount law of the foregoinga, it canl he established by com- an agriculturist, can perpetuate his race in
It muqst be constr~ucted withl Galler1i'.s, Englandl. Do you believe that, in mak~ing petent witnesses- the tropical regions of the N~orthern hemis.
upon thle plan of the Academoies of M~usic, tha~lt Declaraltion, thle Stnats that concurred I do not suppose~many personsi saw it, as lee
with sittings fier twventy ftve hundred per- ini it intendled thlat it should be tortur~ed in- it took lac lateat~4~0m niht J OW 5 TeErpa a oeesl cl-
sons. The olower story to be divided ito to a virtual emancipation of all the slaves IQHE DEMOGACtT6;Q PLAITFOR~M* mate himself in at great number of the
oiliocs For thehIusiness departments of the withiin their respectilve limlits. W would Rep~ortiedfrowthemajori$ ofthe Commliteeo n~e- warm, snd event trapical regious of the
Uuieniqrsy Onle of thle w~ings must be Virgmas and thep other Southern States have solutions at Okiarleston and adopted by thre Na- Southern hlomisphere.
arranged for a litary, with rc~ooms under- ev:er united in a declaration whichl was to nl~m c o toaaatmrte 5 h uoencnsadbtem.
necth for unpackring, storing, etc. Thle L'e inter.IPrted into an abolition of slavery D~olemocrtic party a ltfr Cisianti ealrnd ih rtosit od tle 5 ieB region stand into wrtu m

othral wingt e confsto lructe as aGllEry amOong themI ? Did any of the thirteell the fo.llowing;explanator~y resolutionls: ones. .
of At, he owe stry o whch s t beStates entertain such a desgn~K or expect. FIrst, That the government. of a Territory' Th erraeo oteaclm d
use asan codn~yofnesgn. Thet ? To I t d ag nasecet ndu 4orgnlby an act of Congress, is provi sion al c rce annt h aciimte
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ usda nAaeyo ein heto muesel er u .. .-. ..nd during its existenee alleiti- in the South of E1urope, nor even the
Innsmustconem lte abqid ofston avoed pur'pose waidd be to charge a poli- i,. IlIs i.*,... I Sta~tes have an equal right. North of Africa.
pln mutcn~plt a ylingr e' t iclfad pntenols an fp to settle with their property in the T'erritory,
,which shall be fire-proof throqghoqt. Thle a ithout their rights, either of person or proper- 7.Iispoeth henroreca
-wm sto b so onstucte as o ad it fnts that ever assembled in council; a fraud Lty, beingp destroyed or impairedl by congressaln- not perpetua~te itself either in thle French
r~nsoe o olrce t dif upou thle confi:deracy of the revolution; a a l or territorial legislation.
,extension. Thle N. O. papers say that fraud upon thle union of those Statets whose Secondl, That it is thle duty of the Bsederal or Englishl Aditilles, or in Bouruon or in
designs are invited from alrchitects In all Constitution not only recognized the lalw. Government, in all its deparutmests, to protect, the M~auritus or in (Jeylon, though all thesO
,parts of the Inited Statoe, but thecy in- fauness of slavery, but pcnrmit~ted the jm- \ x-a islau da g ifeunderthetropies. it
dulge if tbhelppe that Southern gemius po~rtation of slaves from Africa until 1808. consitutona auhrt xed*8.Tengorc eestgo'aeiv
wilberof h ph. 1t It a bl to say ,ti 2st iftedacrn es Ipol akn me aet e sin isTerrri ry, self inl the Southern States of Amecrica.
-~~---- iously promoulgated at the epoch of lut Constitution, therighltousovereignlty ommnences 9. In the Northern States of the Union
THE SILVER SPRING OEn BtOaRID---At Revolution, our glorious indepence would aRid, being consummated by dn~ission.inlto the the negro race is perishing, and at t/e
the late American Scientific Convention. never hare'bea 4 achieved-ne~ver, never! p 1Un ny setrSa 1... ..,1 c ....: o same time, furnishings an enormous con-
Prof. John LeConte read a paper on thle gs6--- iltzed oughlt to be admlitted inro thle FE'deral tingent for the lunatic asyluls.
pheino~men pre ent du ,y J
though thle ph~enomena of this Spring had than thle speed of a ensuon hall, but it clarts favor of Ihe acquliSitionl of the island of Wnba, on
1 been greatly exa~ggerated, yet he found, on from every reflectingr surface with a likeo nndos t easi ; at the ebi rist mtiop, e law 'P ihre Jeish aes fl de thatatistical
t paying it a visit last Decemnber, thtit it was velocity, and reaches the tender structure moment, w s iese n s nu-
Iscienlwnafl mil t oft the eye ""Sso gently that, as it faL]~ lpls n Resolved, That the enactments of State legis- ly different from those of the populations
d aficenty wndefp. Wileit as e'the little curtain of nerves which is there laItures, to dlefeat thafithlful execution of' the among which they live.
ported to Up two hundred feet deep, a care- I preald to receive it, it imparts the most fugitive slave law, are hostile in characoter, snk r
ful menagremen t showed it Co be ouly thi~ry pleasing sensations. Philosop ers once 'e"ves ioe trh Constitution, and revoluliona~ry Lo u!Bgscinifotn
.feet. On a clar an calmn day the view SOugl a w 0 llI surbbem nee, a S tnesolvred That the Democracy of thedUnited around-a great deal of it, and it boehooves
From thle side of a boat is beautiful Lbeand deny let in upon it a. beaux of light--the thisoejno stt par8tect te nn turahlzreatiti- eeyoes~otnt st aemny
description. EvEery featUre of the 1 .torn~ 1. ve of the balarage beingr so delicately zenin all hi8srtghts, whether at home or in for- coming in, to examine all the gold offered
isa s, exar as in were was so water ahoteit, hungs that the fluttering of a fly would har sign nids, to the same extent as its native them. An ediitor in M~acor. hlas been shown
but only he char air. The bottom is d studg~ed it 1Everyth~iag preparCd ted Whernizens, n ftegetetncsiso a sample inl thle shape of a~fve dollar col">
thicly oveed wth uxuiousvegtab es grave en oo thbee rpes, lt s nbc 1. .c .3., coroumercial, postal and received by an agent of the Balnk in a
growth, developed by tlie larg amount of that wa odcd h xein a etto e the Pa cspeedA y comnam eihor tonn. This colu is easily
sun-light which penetrates there Oh eats thle sun eipght minutes prior, to pass the or- therefore be it. enoughl detec~ted, he says, by its deficiency
beneath the surface of the water, viewrej. deal. It had olown through ninety five Resolved, That the NaltionhlDemocratic party of weight, being less than one-half the
millions of miles of space in that short do her~eby pledge th~emselves to use every mens standard,r But the colbr is god,, and the
obliquely, appear surroundedt by prismantic ineasure of time, and it shot upon the3 bil- in thei. power~ to secure the passage of somuego
hues. Thy beholdei aceena to be lok nn a with unabated velocity. But the bill, to time intent of thle cooqatitutional ailthori- coin bears the test of acid as well as gold
y (Qgg fgo.IA f89188 hg~~b p int- ypon a truly lever goved not, and the philosophers Werp %i~ r2io doi eto ftx 'a itself. Aanw al' u.Agsa
s (dry seea, 'mute. fibocean, at the earliest practicable moment. '(rue<


















Jan. 7


sereceipt of a fine assortment of Spring ann
sum er Ooods selectedeos eeiial ik I ouduc

ermnt is well worthy an examination and i
$ 4 a npleeasre to show the goods. Call ane

pine Famnily G~qrpised areshl and daily ~Cresov
I Hy 21. T. E. MIEDl)OV~II.


13 ENE T'P lj ORNE R.)
TAB on hand every leading Branderf therla:
elir himseall~and examinefor yougalveh

ing: D~isunioniste ? or are we again to be
dlrivn to tlur same alterpntive by onew
lnd' Idq F at cnts 0 ew wer us unk'
our fo efatltes those,who werewillingto,and
did i'conlsce," with r'ldl Enlgland" they
were edleJd (Pories arnd safered their full
ulede of pgluidpooant for their reas~on. it
will he tiecase n0il it lln uoan prothh
nlumecrical strength of "new En~glalld" to
an appeal to armsl, and suchl gentlemlenias
are willing to "co081090 Whitl our oenleBOU,
Will have to hunt a meore northern latitude.
3'ele i no doubt left upo tlry dandud

eat political contest, it i.4 to their intlrees
to vote for thle ulsan who knoUws no section1.
al~preferpese, but conlcedes to all, their
Lu tslirtigr[ ; i[lets,ranl tilat, a~ssfyet a

a utypllr., orange7, boiled2 or stewed and!
c~at e eq lal, a ly y aroilin alp liances
anonl or wh to wromenc, It is clearly wrong~

ding thle vote of the Southern States be-
tweenl ment who dlo oio anld daret not tell us
tieir pril.cip~led, and those t he do. ia
abes at 1 oouo iilge this is1h opi-
.INTEI}EST.---TU tid the0 itatSPcjt OR any
sum of moneLy forr any number of days, at
6 per cent personapun, multiply thle susnr by
thle number of days for wbihe the interest
is reqluired and divide, by sixr, and the re-
sult wd!l give the amrount of interest.
To find the interest at Y per cent, add
one third, anld at sevous per canl add one
istixt, to thle inlteress fluned for six per cn

i: TErion Lau~.-~r DUrsarsuss r--R sin
of thle Geeneral Ofice has in course of pre-
paraotion for sqb.uission, to thle Zleeretary of
rine later~ior a ist uf Ilandls, comlprising tilree
bundlred and sevouty;Jne thousand eight
hundred and thirty-four aIcres, which hasw

betgaeen~,}.isonviille and size waters of Ei
gamlbia Bayl, whjic~h conUetsC thle townU o
Alligator' wrrh P~~ensacola Rlroad,

noa 3f dc I sou 11 1 0 oi.-' r;.
the P~reidential cilutses is aluihorita~tiveiy
and conclusively coutradiuted inl the followF-
lng letter, Thell Slladlel~Ss fa~lsehood of
clase lylso or iniated the ru nor is also pro;-

i Nop. DS tua~ a slags ecoot s
n > e .gto .iy o) U,iu~- .< 01GO.
Cou Ltitution:l
Bi a)4 hil: 2 L e just ~received
Thle report ovf thre vi hdrawal of 31r.
B~reakrincidae is ar pure li moon~, put nil

Brec4 11ipurid andl his frieuds tu Kentucky
respIIIUre it myl! haqlJil this positive and au
t5loritaryive ddown.i Ti4ty yOUrs.

ag TheJ prospects of reegiuridge were
tjvei nl our up uionl, mineie ~un unaig ethlan
clhe Suythor~ dttacs he is sure of, even if
the Douugllas men qliuyite it the Bell men81
1.i~l~ Ijl) nostiti sut im~pr bbled threy

qfpcreteded Extra-flue Demlcrats: with the

iV .V. Jour. Comunleerce

us.. Ex-G~overnor Iluubel W\ood, of
Ohio, said inl his apeech at thle Cuyniwgao
county Conuvention-
of eir Iu li -n tealu orr~ya nenl et a
yt --;them oly Ytat d1r. o u las is certaml

am1bition,) and these hewill Calrry With himl
.co his grave.

F 844vaIIgSUSBCn lo N VIBUaac I-
by~ /* .I I: that a conspiracyr was trmnn-
ed onle day last week, by thle slaves of Mlr.
S. H~airjton, a wealthy faymery of H;Qifax
county, Va.,don rd utir ls ovrer hf

ovelseer to accompinuy them to tile woody,
where they alleged a party of slaves were
preparing tor an insurrection, the Dispatche
the negroes led the Way until getting
into itpe forms sonsre distasine, whenu they
suddenly stepped near a newly itag. pit,
when the Jpuokeman eonfronted h~im; and
pointing to the hole, satd to hint: "Tlhere,
you d--d son of a b-h4 is your grav.--
You have but tlfteen minutes to ulake your
peace with God, or to land in hell." Quick
as thought the overseer deew~ his Cole's re-
volver, killed four of the rutlians deard at
hIs feet, and~ shot the fifth one in rhe..t -, setlug whichl, tile sixth to.A.L >
his heels through thle woods, 9ud the over-
sLer having no other weapon, he escapedl.
'I'hle imjpressiour prvaild that the six nL-
groey lIrd'determ~iied to murder the over-
secr, becapse of some (19eiervd puniidamept
one or more or Iascus andl r .e.,ing ad Ilaiti
the love plan to get biI .B.1 mh us.: woun g
to effects their ends. H-lis prqeueneof ulbnu
in taking hris pistol, and his eouluess, iq tlo
I~ o angr when nowk to Iern Wea

.~Yf~~~t~rst~u~x ~Fr )B9i1e pfS iDougflas-ism,
W~hen thec treachery of DoverAs to thle
Democrtic party is sensiderei, it isgratify-
ing to pote how from w~eekl to week his
"rg~L~strength at thle North is waningr. We
?=*-~;~;-- i-= l--~; ~ SPtink n1ot of the SOUth. In this fiction of
CT. AU'GUSTINE, F ORIlDAh the Union he has had writher strength nor
sa 'rTUarIlPAY 8P, E 5, 860. popularity from the beginning. Bat' in the
,,-- --- ------ --.-l-i~-~ IfreeB Statesh icertainly enjoyed at one time,
~Fl\ 'ssr 1 Ever ., of Pailatha. Fla., is jsomle considerable influence. It began
uty~i dnahorined to acl as agentl forl theu 1S1. lowrever to desert hlim so soon as thle non-
s~i'u lrn k~ < 1ection~s, unit rcip ~c il iutationr of BRECKIrNnR IGE placed him! in
ue. the positions of a bolter aed fuetjuoniat, anod
--- he hans baeen rpidly gorug down~ hrill ever
1~~;ol Di eolarmea I pginations, sincia. Hie doeu: not, fa~il to percieve tle
-,...sinktinggpf li forlunes, anid linhors w~ill
FOR PRESI1D ENT. nlorCecoal than tas~teor1 judgmenllt to) reOtrieve
C.$10R 9lis disselaus s.Nchiv < ~ilu il 0 a ~

.Q lPSPCIT KyTJ0 New Jorsey.. It is creu salid that he: will
--...- go to Virgiia.s E~verryhere we find aim
Clt OR ICE P'RESID)ENT. on 0 the stumlp advocating his owvn elnmms
anld denouncing the Democracy. He is not
C; iI. Jos~eph Lane, deficient in a oertaiu n nimalboldness, aod
OF OREGON0 hesitates niot to presentan unabsahed front
to a crowd, whenover he ca finlld one wYil-
DE~HOCIRATIlchO 4055 .TIOR ling to listen. Naturally enough the
,Y~ Black Requblicans~ talie pleasure in hear
L. in'- g the Demuocratic party traduced Iby one
who formerly held a promninent position in
JOHN MILTONT. its ranks, and they conseqsuenlyl hearken
~F .JACKISONY GOPNTY- eagerly to his tirades. But Demnocrate be-
h~old the sipectgole of apostucy aurl shame,
with scornt.

R HLTNis such that nlow twro mlonlths before thle el-
- 'ectionl he is virtually counted out. It Lo-
OF LEON ppU.NrTY: giiip to le seen that hec will get the electo-
---------~~---r l vote of lo Stalte, Nourth or Sou~th. Tie
FOR TATESENAOR.con~test is unlrlowed to two candiidates

E. O. SIM3fPli INS, usmnECK1N11DE Hu LINcor OT. Ts it 18-
cesfsary to tell any Southern voter which of

pouglasJ to Stlamp irgiia is [For Ilho St. 4ugustinle Examiner.l I COMMUNICATED ]
WeT do not Lnowr which to addmr mospt, $(S. Johg~'s BemotratlO Co0gnt2T John .Bell,
thle efrontory or the absurdity of D~orG- QOsVelition. Flr. Spang:--I deeml it sotoutofpce
Las's resolution to go through the Old ORARaz .IT.s9, E.F.ABlrugut24qth 1860. undereOxistinB CircumIStalnces, to reie
Dominion preaching up his own claims to Mr. EZDITon:=-This Coinvehltionq mret at more closely, thle position of Johln B3ell,rshe
thle Presidoeny. Certainly he will pacssnt Oral~nga MUills on thea 24th, ult., and was I 'Union" Candidata for L'rosidenlt, before
a spectacle very ridiculous. If ever Vir- organired by thle appoinbu lent of Col. F. thle Southern Publie. Thiis hasw to ai great
ginliasho)uld be inolined to abandon thle L J. Daney as Chairmlan and E. C:. Slmpkins extent exspcad that nlotice, by thlose olre
Democratic faith sheG will requlireg a temlpter as Secretalry. Thle Convention qyns I:largly capable! tllau mlyself, of dloine "thle Fubject
more persuasive than the "Little Glanut attended, and fairly represented by ce-e Ijqlstice," net it is onle of the muany great
Thle State wrhichl produced Jourr It~N- gates from all thle preciness in thle Cuunty. pr~ivilO;;es we all hav\e as FIREEMEN to ep.
Doternand Panrca oR HuY is no mis- Resolutionls were.B Ulnanioulyll~j ad~opted joy our opinlionsM and to discuses t~hemI freely,
sionlary ground for BTEPHE~N 4qwon ly pled..iog thle support of thle Demlocracy of on all subjects connect c) with the policy
Douor as. St. John's Counllty for BeC~kinrlidge and of Gouve~rmluent, being rasp~onsible, onlyg; for
Lalne, G;en. Miltonu and II. B. 1111ton, anod anl abuse of thalt libertyr. 'hzrfo~ire in my
political Items. also ignoringp all loonl issues. The Delege.- I wn plain and humble way, I shall proceed
Stat CnrltoC ll s 2s a ) esy I on hie coU"S f'.UICromcac precinct wore1 requeseted to to examl~ine onie of the seerl:CIB positions oe -
Itthal.,an te oula mn e teisgive their views uponl thle subject ofl lit er- ouptedr by the "Un~ioon" candidates tor Pros
1t S1eult. on o thee) nogeC ult headt n wo iall oee r hc s e ne ident, for it m tbe Lrue inl 1inil thil lm

..ubt eplt loorltett ImlP'ovement Whlichtended to thle bceneft r~inci els in thle mlode 183u frienlds unt
no clluntt Bn *relil Stte O nation of the0 County' and State. dee, poet advisable to catch voted--i
was held in Ohio at Chlilicothe on thle 16th Nominati~on lioeving beep doolarecd in ;tlaine they ma~y coutend that he is at good
order II,.- 1..111. n. namedl gentlemon were fratical ao~oiliourist, and in lolrido they
st., adone. for Ilalitois at Dec tud~pl placed in nominations Mlessrs S. Go. Sibley, n"y' aUd dD "u~t d tilts le is goo~ pro

but full tioickts for Electors were pomuina' G. A. Pa~cetti and Williaml M~ickler. the other *will be dec~eived,--one of
tedMr. Nlick~ler hanving received # of the the many very serious objectioug to the~
ted. whole vote of the C~onvolition, was declared "Union" canidai~ite, Npw is the- time if ever>
Salubrity of St. Augustine. dAuly unominated as Canodidate fo~r Assemblv- phen m~en should be supported only wheno
A New York merchant who had suffer- I anu from the County of St. Jobn s and o$ t r~o ~ineples arehek;. .bic, rL .3 1 o
ed for yeulrs from a comoplication of disor- motion his nomination wals doelarecd unani-, should requairwadr~ulland ... ph.t .r .... I......t
ders anmong whlie?} illifllammtory rheuma~- mous. of thle opniou uu pofpulio a.. u, 1...... II;,
tism was incaluded, so that for a considera8ble Thle C'onvention then adjournoed to met ive theml their suypprt,
timle his life was desgpaired of, was induced at Pailaitly onl to-mlorrow 25th for the pur- If however, we could be surpr~ised It
last whiter to visit St. Augustine. His I ose of n;ominatinga a State Seunlor for thle ny one objectionable feature in tile poli-
resiiden~e hlere prodqucd the happiest re- I 7th1 Senlatorial district, !?mbracing tile ut ,clit arnd e~tedobf J li f0:l 2 gurinnl arse
sults. In aletter to a friend in th~is Citty two Cosunties of St. Johol's 41,d Putnamn. declaration that, he "woculdl cortesrce wit/4
he saygs: Yours, COUSiN. the: BlackG RepubILIcansL to Id save thel Onton."
"We~ r'e~ahed home on the first of Mayl, Wheiln it is a fuet well establlishled thlat 180
anr. I ns re~ you we can never re::ret our [FOR THE EXAMINER.I UIlS dangler utypudingy thle per~pettilt ul Isite
trip to Florida. I have not h~ad a sick P'~aLrKA, E'. F. Augu. 110utth fiog wier aef tou rall lalt fe ato Mr. EDITon:--The Couuroutionu for tbo JupSOn the riglrlts of the people fu btheSoth-
uxeshal bto lorda nomination of State Senatror fo\ the 17ith em States. Without enu nerlating81 ttal t
Senatorial District nsassebled at this place numerous hlostile intentionls enltertaine~d by
Thouse whoe knew then deplorab)o and ap- o-aa1o'lkm.On molrtionl the /alarge malss of he people of thle Nortli

elCa g oinvention vas cal edl to order by htiel :I-,p '"t ose o ie I~ bh ai of 1 icl

parary Chairinqul. as well kno~Wn1 to himl anld better th~aq to
118mitt agelley, plellsps, could halve pro- O oin omte foedlgt uslew ilrpe,
cluced such a result but tlie unrivalled all- frmec rcntwsapitd o o He must hlave kown hthe lak
mate of F~orida. It is just beginning tprpeofcoin rmen ofcrsfRepublicans contend that, thle negro is so-
be known at the North thait we have hllerthCoeton This Columitrtee reported eially audd politiedlly thle eqlual of thle white
ln atmosher and nuro temean urn e mrfoul apPreaiident Dr. N. II. Mloranne; \`ize 'oof res v t, t eir il too t 0:, ,,,.\"
lighfulandsa riou thn cn a Prsident s Col. P. L. Danlcy anid II. L. volutlionizing thle existllng ord~r of things,
elsewhere either la thle old world or thle flr JsfrSaeayW ,Chsr htti otes e bry enalie object
new Evn i suine,-ad te pe-which re ort was received and coueurred shall be fully, conlsuunited, if threy aucocd
eat thloughl hotter thano any former season : a getting th.e power of tio Beder~al Goivera
for twouty years, is nlot an exception,--the On motio of Col DancyR. B Onnva eee 1 hne 2 of zi
Patr I se"le snthee eil,L is e i d t l uiae e i t i j l il i.
is inldood, powerful, urgehl ihore so, the~r at t 'U(ulilo l ~at teIr~r l~ :ions l oicoleingu"'" wi~th te to !"ve he
theNom.Bu wihi dor th let ile a ('tir, wh~ich duty having b-en por- Ui on,:' or h;iuscl wih ingnes to o aao. :l
t: a sopprresiveL; by dy and try nighti (Ju motionl, tilt President appointed the p,. app;iic ile thte all lele dau hso
thanlr inl New York and~UliI~J New nglad. llow Iing lC~ nat igetjBlemenas a Coulllittee palirty having thle power num~er~ically in the :
Congus Ret~urns, onu Credcutials, and to fix thle r~atio of at. a ~ut and il 2 ji tte~up oto Irt fre fl
TVe are indebted to M\r. ZiETINBAUK, the portionmenlt of representation, viz IF. L. gling the-ir "dat ~li"a'o they FILte te nUIg
U. S.De~puty 31arshal, for thle followingb D~ancy, Rt. Canuol,l L.U Sibley,B E. Ma- ger a white man, iin evry scuse of /he
itoneA Of be eepsue for this andi 6140 ;ldju- tin, !j Maslters~ jr., W~. WV. Shledd, B- word-they vot.: ti : i'r-: ri cligibleto
centeoguties, Stron~as and WVilliamu Priest, wh~ich Clom~- mar tiu, he fair I.... .. i r Stacte, that i
T-o ~:P 'Lopuato of1 Stbl. hns Co, 63 050.untare made the folblowin appardolunsen be" sll'! brand ull, whiter. a though~ he
P'utulatu 2,714. for thle Coqutp of St. John s (10)) 4ineto-u n'" bl3y uo is ut fbirti~ii tlToel/~ i ti
ii (f OrangeL 1,10071 for the Counuty of P'utuaul, (18) cighteen. I-ouue and that his admin~istr.tiion would
S Volusia. 1 ,200 Oul motion thle Brd rule was adopted by be destroyed in the shortest possible period
a Mrian (L 10,r000. thle~onvention inl thlonominationl of~3ena~tor, of titus 1 \h'ere is the~ getlemal~n among

At the last cellR uc18i t he rr9ua 1 11d bab otrti eg I;, O i 4itoe, ma a u~lton tlsgtr ul pri i sts i r'
tiop f hel same pu oigs was, werfe dedalo die gor~r t u hc wepo tle a Id \il n g rto auluj ple ii I~ w

P'utumul, 6j87 .027. nodilination vb. Dr. G. E~. Ilawes, E. C:. Where is toe genuine truth Thejrted Sout l
'aln.nod Volusia 466 !r18'-1 4 Sin rpkins, Dr. J. t 1. Yoridiu allad V. Il air"LU m I; m oi we > a t t le sa:uz to le

t lu h austi 14'~ e u ionofi t3. SIo aI d Inig r (e i ceie h erequiito Estho anstne!ss way~ole! Y B~lack Iee~bpu
Co~unty-was thus classified. Whites 1-117; Convention, andl emers, anld M1r. Johnl Bcl i~l keo ct y had 1
fre lck 15 Savs99.On inoutionl of W\. W.' Tunlllliq the UOmI- thlreatened this as our ..0; .... wikeu ie
.re .ltls16 R~vs0 inationl of E. C1. B~blFKtINS, was de- saiid he would L:coalecZ *II t!)eig to

Indhis ety th alssi 0 Rtion yly .hte clll:c uni sonslrl. Thle Couetcl tc slet til iinild the ail ~y oe

Thle p)puIlation of the State at thle een, ConventionI fo theg 40on ination ofa Sena or, I have reflected seriously upaq the m~any
sus of 1850 w~as whites 25,-705 malesi and a Co@ ty Couratiol was innueinledilpl or- qud grave queations arising from t~e~ prros-
21,498 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gnrcl femles toa 723feeclrd i he esty offolutit o l af tezenlioJl eat throutening attitude of the B~lack Rep-
21?1'35~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~~~qha partys and; 17,0 freolle ,,, ieIsl fyihv;sta h lo )lillpltadIentertain not a arlti-
03a2; Slaves 39,810 total population of the GeL~or eE lP a es was clsel s a so ?- l ou n dollj v 11 pen e tllcdthe resent
We ar.e anxious to know the increase in be elected by a linrge majority. There was fore~ ther; will be a flight between them ald
th tte<.quite a largelyl a~ttoudance at Pala~tly; and thle Southlern people, opon -id.. ...I.Go. -
th -liti off haurmronio, Lsl, godll inl they must cease their fdiff orfighlt,---srt will
S Florida Itents. I h.e .bi Dl egto pened eu o eth 'h'le bolitio ast rill have to
The MCadison 3y,.'..:.. of the 15th 4lt,:I on9: ,1, 1. .. I;wi'th he result, flhe~ thfiuk- politcis than has been I~lir il:ir 1:~,,L his
gives a discoqlragingr account of the crops Iu ilr ely ... !. .1I,, i1,. i .. was but just thait youthful training, he ril i?...: t... t.....!;p.
in thatsectiqn of the State. Thle drou~ght SL,.,folu'. I .'., II ..41. have thle Snator judiautoa better state of feeling politically
htd greatly ipjured the cotton 404 the at this tim~e, nort hraving# had the otlice in 8 thano hats ehllarquirized hris course for tle
years. Thlero was pretrty strong talk am~ong last rwouty years, but this thryashin!l will
corn. tile delegationsl and thle crowd g~eogrally. nt dissolve this Unio, it lqay plic 11yze0 it
Thle Fernaughsa E st Floridian chroni, about handclingb lily Southlern; mn; raltj!er for a timle, but it will reover fromI it, there
cles the return of Josetph inegan Esq., of roughlly who would be suiiiciently base to aronoservative men No~th and South, Ea~st
tha plce romaq ~tededEur ea ,., ...u .~~ i..... :i --1~,.ma~l.l..a.. and West, who know too wyell the gleat
thnlplaoe.-Aum ~ ~ ~ thBtue dEmen l~at iso a bel iuiep avin beeu some hiits benefit ar~ising~ from its existence, to up
tour. The sameo paper states that John that such chlaraters couldl be found. '[his yvilling tosee it destroyed, they e it
IIedgres Esq., has keen elected Optshier ofl Isay acoult for the attempt to divide-the .fghU Bell's however, or liurcolu'u or
thle Bankl <.1 F'~. me~...O3 vice G. 8, Iloux y~et of the Southern smalus, to secure Abe's D..,i, .1, .F,,-... will fid tl)>~.~ I .l-1...:,,
resigned. election. Yours, .. .4 ,, _,,,, who are is....... I... b,<
The teaer G~fl.08 P~k, rrie(}JAK(~: on thingor the other, sod not- those wlo
Th s~me~~~gpt Icknric ------L-+:1;--- aerive: to serve two Inaateru at the same timle.
at Ferunadiua on the- 19~th ult., frqta Cona.-Tip'!p i~sla of Cuba is advancigg .'..m. 1..1 us euire as to the position of
Charleston? it being opo first trip for the inl p~opulintion and? .~iI.. ;I ..2~, f wFealllth~ ph.- .-4..; . States of the Union towar a
se44pu. alld pro0ppeyity. Her present pop~ulaltion Is theiF Northern brethren. When h3sit
Te Tdmp aPenlinsular sa s tlhat thle estili;Uted at 1,168,O~, of wiliG1h nearly yver been the case that Southern Senatgry
fli P J 50,000) !re white Inlhanitants, 180,00(! ;nd RCepresentatives have refused to vate to
Prupe~llor Saluoo sailed front Tamps Bay free cologyed, 400;000 slaves, and 30,000 tile North all their Constitution#o yighlts
oU' 'lursday evening for Havapg, Femained As atice and Inldialnr. The -u... ... I anid privileges? Can an juatloup be point-
threre one day~, and.repyned to 'I'mpa; oK r "' ...u......1, proucltive. L...., ...... :...i i L? a, manu, whenI they hae -been
Monday morning. Bhe left again onl the of -. ..... lattos ...... -n' Then, tire isot the Southern

Lxte dl. o ea II n vag ithl a freigh't of 250 s 4,e be ies J.1)II~ YI1 .le i? I. h (:1.1 il rllli CYIr i. ?

these he should prefer

"$ Weak EInvention of the

A preposterous report wias rcoccutly start-
ed at the North, that Malj BIEcKiaIERIDGE
had withdraw n fom flie field as I candidate
forth Presidency. Doubtless it would be
agr'eat and prpeiuas gratification to thle
Bla9ch Republicanls who surport JaIcom,
and the mulatto Republicans, or D~ooer,.s
Imen, if our popular candidate would con-
sent to withldrawu. B~ut no suchl boon is in
storm for tt 0 hoTheyeshall,lon the cent a

t emel a is itumil beconl tlieir duty

givaon mo th rumor vboe rforluive the C~a
Gov. STEVERs, Chairman of thle Naltional I
Democratic Committea at Wasington FI)
ti ougrht it wo~rth while to address ir.
BREarKINRIDGnlE0 Le subject. Al letter
gas thuls phonied of such a character as to
set at re~st eltirealy and totallly all rumecrs
that M~r. B. de~siros to be relieve? friom his
present positionl. He will go through the
canvasstas gu;lby:ntlr as h~e bus began,
OWo to 1Preserve the -Union.
W'e have in the Stalte a class of clitizes
who claim to be thle special friends of tle
Contittin 41athle Union. To such we

shly aere evl you ohatarthe noth
whit more ealrnest in devotion to thle Con-

yoocu yo commit af 3ta isinine3 s t
thlemeans. You trust to uphold the Con-
federacywrithout securing those reciprocal
and common rights for the maintenance of
which it wasframe~d. The thir;gi imiopos-

li rthe ltcanotL be do~adne ndo 1 go u
pled upo', thea Union is a body without a
soul. .t contains the seeds of deeny, lnd
will inevitably crumble to picots. Unlite'
therefore, with us. Let us overthrowv the
Black Republicans, aInd 'secure tho
the bandsof Unoon be strengthened. So
shall achcl section, secure in its just rights,
cherish and defend- that prostitution
which lialkes us one people.

[n ,B# Tapte' -
We enanotaggijre the epqr~se of s~me
excellent D~emocratic~jogrnals in the South
which expressly admit that T INools, the
Blackr Republican candidalp, is sllfe to be
pl~pt~ed. This conceiion, groungecss as
well as impolitic, appicitrs to be ma~de for
the purpose af elearing the way for coon-
sidering what ext to be done. A~ll this
is too hasty. Our first Fusiness is to de-
feat Lucorn and elect ariECKINRIDGE.
It canbe done. We shall flyen be able to
severe the rights of the South in the Oieton.
We submit phat this is the duty of eyel
Southern mnlu. It wijl be tjn Fgua t
tul abu loreI~oublicaq victory
glyen the maligq event shall have~ occur.
red. )ye pan find no plealsure in tanticina.
ting' ip,

Y~ l'be TGreatEonitern sat ed from New



agOur Opponents have nominated
Senator and M~r. WrLI~raan BraT for the

wieare happypo greet this genleman
in town again, after a tour at the North
emubracingin itsourse New York orty,
Niagara Falls, M~ontreal, Lakes Chamipl in

T jdg aighp~ i ly rece !)m latel
last week and appeamg ip fpl: IenitFshpd
spirits; a continuation of which wpe heartily
wish hil.

1100. Joflp PHilton..
~Acording to appouarampat Gen. MIL-
To.V the Demounctic Captligate fpr Glorpr-
nor addressed his felioa gizens of St.
John's Cnount at the Cos~ifflluse in this
.Citr. Wp shpuld have been glad to ex-
rpc~apt lngth our satisifaction at his able
od eloquent speeph, but tjip hatness of
thle Apur comlpels us to go to press, leaving
till our next issue the remarks Chich the
occasion calls for. As present we have
onl tiesb o s y e gr m hal fielmocrl s
lilpid e~rpositipp pf public q~estians.

jptit gfld COUnty NOmina-

We plaec st the 100a of our columns
this week with feelings of satisfaction and
pride, the Doomination niado at Palatkia on
the 25th ult., for Seuntor, and at Orange
Mills for member of the Assembly,

l'.hah Ipdid go for the 8oepag to repress
SIMPKIN'S Esq., is a gentleman evelfy
-wayJ qualified to fill thle post for which he ~is
named with honor and usefulness; and it
will be a s eeial gratification to th citizens
o~f t. Johapei Coenty thas the distinction of
the Senatorial nomniptioa has Clhik Sear
fallen to one of themselves,
Folr memibirioilalt .1sei cAlh the County
,Ckppotip u omiliated Ir. .WriLIan
MIICKLER, W'e ordially approve of this
seleption also. BiLL is a worthy young
man, an delightened Citizen;jind an incor-
raptible Democrist. H e will serve his con-
stitucpts with taeceptance and fidelity'
SOur p.i;Uirl~ii.r. are now idl made; the
entire listatandsY Pt the head of our col,
uamus. There is pt Rame there which
pay Democrat can copiatpmpage evith other
sentiments than those of enmplaoeopy and
proHgqsadisfation. We call Ppo a)J oyr
1)empyagei friends to bestir themselvca ip
cphalffff~e whole tickret. Our pp~ouets,
poor aeggs jhpir chlance of success, ar0 pysj
'ry at work, dgg their insidious efforts must
,be met with eyeygy, vigilance ind supoq-
qixerable detertaippgn~. Let us give as
,-uprecedented majoriyfoa all our texcelleft
anodidatoe. We owe' if pt alone to our-
aelves, butto our State, afg tp the South,
ithat the Dpmocrqtic ticket piggJd achieve

.h~ttl roed us t e rl~l 05 Jpqhn ,

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vCirtue of an Eixcution isue outsio i~
13rev arl I.. I .. 1.. I .. *. '. ... * I a "1 nd to
nlie diirectei anrd delivered in favor of \Yilliaml D.
al lies or > Ir s iuo .solvl :r af I e
leilunul cuntit airpso i lo aslb liton 1

lowingy describedl Innd, to wit:-AR~ undivided
intereict of hre Thousand three 11uildredl and

Miles on the 18th daly of Jiuly 1813anld caufirm-
ed to ~ohn M1. Hanlson, otalt.
Thle above salea is postponed( putil thle let

Moii 10 0 ve sle is postponed .until the first
MIo~lnda inl Jne,
Illl onov sLe is postponed until the first

The ablove? sale is p~ostponlot until thle first
Mlonday inl A~Ugusl.
Thle above s;le is postponed until the first
'blowica ovr:li I aor edoi until thle first,
,r 1. :a .- I oned until thle first
Monlday in November next.
Thle above saleis postponed until thle first
Mph nby ~nl D n por u neil until the~ first
mainisy in..cain r e tpoaonerl until the first
Mlonday inl ebroalry net.

The above? sale is pnaspon~ed outil die first

The above sale is postponedl untiL the first

II1, di : i t nepostponed until the firs I
The above sale is postponed until thie first
Monday in Otobe next.
Actirv s~oing psherif Bevd counlty. fis
}[archil Jll 5th185.




T,~ ~ A III (salrv'Pii 0 ~

(Formerly DuboiHd& Stodart, and Dubos,
Baconl & C:rlhambrR.)
Warerooms-in the "BCFible Hou~se,"
<.'o. Ntlastreet &, 443rAvenne,

Thisis l asinll ple of Ilrlt 1: a. Ordes
bry letter f~irthfullyelecuted, andi pe~rfect satia-
Yaction guaranteed.
.1 B.--Send/ir, a Ebci~rclr, ~ith dlescriptionoqf
Itlu on" dee Blarll~-- 1B.O E. AR

O'1LLINS axes, -- ..-le. 5 navlc. C. Mlru 1,,
~Grubbing IIe- I or; i. .~ QAR

est e~LU. a.C&
3rrea- ts ()1. _

LL theog Furire of4(? Roms rmove
80d d ofn --au lo rae ocoe

sil tindanextnsive assortmet of al kin sdso
apendae reuied Blgin a~uc large otel MUST

Its 3...,., ri, .ruv r e h EdrticromNe
il.auoe C1, *.1.dl .1..1B. Letter, Proiso
Aples,; Potataes,~r Onidion, pBukhat:assortdi

oppLACKe ndrcqed in LareHoc -. ..M. aS T
IE 90u tionery.a

ILooking Glasses.
LARGEO Size P'lated lanss, Bed Rnoon Glass,
un< c2 &0G. B AR

~~~~I .. . I ., : -

every~ting c~onerning thle phyJsiology and rela-~
tiolis of our sexual systeni, anil the production
or prevenrionl of off spring, including all tile

isl aelly stla nbhe od intpresting n~bo~k'['h
is written in plain 1:lalnguag for the general
render, ald is ilhustratel with~ I~numrous En-
gravingas. All yung marriedl people,- or those

;be locked utp and not( lie ablout the. hotise. -It
will be sent tonnoy one on thle receipt of twenty--
a ~ents~j s i or psta e sala. e.CE

above 4th1 Philade~lphia. Pa.
No mantter whalt ninly 18 your disease, before
yoou lace yourself under the care <.r rn.,, ..1..:
of thle notorious QUACKS--native or foreign--
whlo advertise in this or any other pa ier, get
a copy of either of Dr. Young's Books and read
it carefully, It willbethe means of saviny-Son
manly adullar, yourlienlth, and possibly your
lie)R:. YOUSOG cnl be couf~ll.1. .1 .,I ...of thye
diseases described in- hris i.".'.., '1. ...t his
Office, No. 41(i Spruce Street, aheye1. Fourth1..
August 23, 1860O. tf.


For Sale at it EE CARRB,
March 31--1860.

am now preparedl to offerr to my old friends a
of th~is ~Acient, eity and St. Joh~ns county a
nmost splendlid assortment oif fll and wvinter dry
goods alt very lowr pricerr for cash or city ac-
cptances at sixty and ninety dalys credit w~ith
approved endlorsers. Orders from my country
friends accomupanied with the cash will be
promptly attendled to wiith great care and atten-
rion to give entire satisfbation to thle purchasser
J8y country friends mny r~el uponhit if uhy
put up wiith great care andl attention to give en-
tire satisfaction to thec purchaser. All amounts
purchased all this house over twventy dollars

consisting of French broad Cloth, Doe slrin Cas-
simeres, P'ilot Cloths, Satinetts and Kt Jean.
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassimers, Ladies Cloth,
!. , l ,,, .:
.!~ / i. .1

mach Irint Ladies andl misses Hlose, Gents
.\erino under Shirts, Fancy Cloakis, Mlourning
~Delains, ... .ierino half Hose, Frenich and
Engishr . ... 5 ..., Red and White Plannels.

TIGSJ Dates Guns Drops Rock pCandy,&. c
April f--1s(io,

Fantly FII~ur.
A7sRRANTED Wfhite Extrador Family use
ony5b slay 5--18G0.

JUST' Received ft 1. I ..1....:.~ FTtch, 018

.1.,2 ies' B E. CQRR,

MajoM. JENIKINjS, Priusipals.
June 2--91860 70.

r THIE twvo Story Slorne house ~ C-
ith leot and kitchea bc., ott ~i 1
-. :orge Sre, ocaupiell i
b y 1Yml. R,~7EYF, to whom application myty be
ULUi. .' II' LL.. rea. .. ......if opposite.
Ir* -'--!" tf<
MAP'LE SUGR11.--Just rreeived.
Aygust 1,8 B. E. CARR.



(Fo~rmlly H1. P' Ixasnsr,)
No. 87BOPWERY'. New Yorr.
Thiseostablishmnent is si n fories inhIeight, and
extends' 423feettLhrough to No. 65BChristiestretc,
making it one of thle
in the United Staltes.
They are plreparedl to offer greatly inducements;
to thle who~~lesale Trade, for Calsh or TIime. -
Tihei 1 too~ cousists, in part, of

iand Wa~lnla

UAlo, CaNEF and WYoon SeaT Wol~rk all r1811~
tica; Iftin, Hlnr air d Svaxxo blhATTRsESSES &
Isrge tsok r Sualr E o loo.Cusaur Funwrrlrta r

Jenny Lind anld Extension PoPst

5hi 11 i li is fur la f tuuS hef ao


mC ~ dr Re.t~iled qriTimc

L'inrls c0lionT our oIIIR manI( non O 10 ox=.

"'Costar's" Rat, Roach, &e.Extermina-
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator,
"Costar's'' Electric Powder, for In-
sects, &c.
Rats-Roahes-Mico-Xoes-Molsround Mlice-
Bed Bugs-A~nts-Mloths-M\osqjuitoes-Fless
--Inscots on Plants, Powis, Anima~ls, &ec., &c.-
in short, every form and species of

10 Years established in N~ew York City--used
by the the City Post-Office-the City Prisons
01 oC f lion Hoc-thle City Fteunme elShips,
&ic.-asnd by more th n 20,000 private fami-

~i~Druggists and IretaLilers everywhere seH

UP Wholes:11eilgents in 1ll thle large Cities
.End1 l~~Towns.
A 0 ! Ewl~n!! of spurious imitations
0-p PF.$100 Sam lle Bloxes sent by Mail.
A 4 ddlreas erders-or for Circular to Dea-
:iers to ,
51 n~~ Y, C( ppot~ St4cla hD tel; )

Many lo--1860. an. *

for. JIv n l~'OI $@t to sQ 1 ndidat NE WBS C K ED ULE .
th<1 so .. .. iluls annd plces: N'orth~ern Malil closes Satulrdays at 9 1'. El
,I...I .., ..It,~ Wednesday, AUugut 29. and Thursdays at 11 A~. I.,
St. dsuguslisc, at dy. sete.r Southern Mail closes on saturdays and r'hurs.

O r i slo, Tlruest) ay 'j NOlill ra10 il is due1 on1 ThuI.rldaYs and Slet-
lob koisan Saturds ) 8. uray by 12 I', JI
Talrequ ssaboun0 0 Southern Ma:il is due on Friday at 12 MI. and
Brookesville, Wedlnesd~ i ". Ssly t5P .
SypOrville Thwesdn I IG Sunlday thel office will bo opou for delive~y
Pal i oli, Tniuedy I p 18 OFTFICE HOURSP Frolm to 12 nd 3to 5,
I" T110Sdi ProspectUS ofthe Darily a~nd Woeely
In an n Observer,
All oppos j n Pplc sn insedli~ to olrewtl 67 SUCH~ W~ILL BH~ THE PRO-
ind parle~ipsl~ gros Ilao~n l i"~ of our city from this dateo, and such
ia thle? moro~used interest manifested amolng
18lmligiaald O~ert our businesed men for tie establishment of
POll di daily paper in this oity, thant wetfinld it
0 HA lLEST O N, 8. Os i l . .1 .l-i.: -i \
VIA TEFlII ie* 1bL- i.*-
Picoluto, Juciaclmulic and a ll Land~ingls BIlNTH~, SEPTEMBER~11~ 1.: It will alwayBS
onl the Rivero s Pelrnandin a Fla. Sa~- sealously, but r~espeotfullly, ca-operate writh
>annah Ga1. Bluffton andJ Bean-c Eh PIIIIO ofo toI par milriu 1intslilning
jbrt S'. C. All talte utor~elts anld whatever will add
'fy SUP ERI~ORt EIRONP STEAM~ ?o tt a).JL~~l ( O1 JO~g ald. grow~ing

Pb6~61Sin'The inteleste8of ou beauti Idtnud growt

--i L r be distinlctly undeistood that-the

~ e~B B~~d& 8 a twI~Yil ill always co tain thle! ve y
anid carefully selected ma~itter of vallul and
CAPTAICN, FENN PECKi. purity for thle family straol. Furneaclair
win lenve rellathoverucy Mlorndy nlight alt 1,) attention w\ill be gjCIve to linattersanlld thlinpS
o'clook;. o ucurring 18 4labina ural: Flloridit'
WTilclr lono icolata every Tue~sday nlightL at yg)1:

Foreign Newg,
Thle steam sh~ ip k Otof Llaltimlorwarrived
2t~ Liverpouol on thle '(th-
All efforts to conclude an armlistice with
GCaribaldi hovea failed,
P'ropositions w~ere beingS nlg4 to repulac
;the invasioth
T.I. ,son...... uis were being actively inltro-
d.....] ... Ilse ....If and 11avy.
GariBaldi wvas hourlly expeted us Inaples.
The King~ sent four thious~and troops to
Reggiu, who are expected to joinl (;riballdi,
cu his ilanding,
At NalpleS, thlrre hundreds troops, who
werh! on thea pomta ofjoiningg Caribaldi, were
arrestoclinister of Waur.ordere~d thle col-
conrtration of a layge portion of thle aIrmy
onund Naples
The~re wer~e serious disturbances at Bel
grade between thel Syriinus anld Turk]s-
Ill cl~att nle )of'volsuteers arrived at
It was denied tha~t Napoleon was to hare
an interview wvith Eoanuel.
TIhe Garibaldiansl' were invested in F~ort

.Sethsa, "pposltic Jas ill.SltCnuiee
of Conu~nous condemnelld the Wh'litworth

From the Wa~shiftgtonConstit~ution.

tion ofth nUae tod~ate lealag es ast u
in m~aP ?
Answer. Idlo,
Question. D~o you believe thlat it is a
crime to steal a negpro, the con!Stitut;~ Ionalk
rerogn1ised pro'erty of' your neighlbul { -
ns~wer. do. -
Questiao. Do you believe tha~t it 18 a
crime to harborl a negro, thle constitutional~l-
k re greised 0plOerty~ of your nleighbor? Y

Question. Do you believe that it is a
oriule to ipure and~ beart ?numerrcIf~ ty1
negro, the conrstitutwualrly recognised pro'-
yarty of your neighbour ?
Answer. I do. .
Question. If by non1 action equn~lfrsenlL~
by~islation in a Tlerritory, .t:~d ny or har-
brian~lb ,,- ,, : ., th cntiu
tu.isotpniallyc ou.. *** ** *< orts neih.

pa i : eesnS1; 5t t.::Let :T : sc pv

Answer. They ought
N. n.--The.ansjwers to thle questions of
this eatechismnare such as ever Co:.stitu-
tion-invring~ lrculitiridgc anld anle demlo-
crrat would give. ''lteblack~ republicans au-
vT waouldrbe rre tice. Th'e Do rglas and
howeer respotd for th slrelves, and fifth y
are not too ~uch\ alarmed at theo ideal of a
**-davle code," weo should like to hearP them l
onl the c-aitech*
_-- .-~ 4---- -- -
To C~oas SPECUI4ATORiS.--T 1 St. LOUiS
Evrentio isws su aglsts to s ecuoltors who

fo tleS~t cl Istabs tu e ldcr tlyd n u:
tluji there is to be a efeat dealrth therrd, that
it will prove a grievousi delusion, anid miay
be disastrous to their f~,~ortune. "l'There

more~t." 3!iuurt ha~s plater d thlis years
it is said, i'lt |-.. cent, molcre cornl than l
ever before :-- .. of iti is ut shorult, but
the -reattht croup ever nol:dd strand* on tle
Frounld. Illinot-4 hon~us tha~tlle couhi feed
thle Suout for a yearl, andJ thei oji:Lur Of the
Uslud Deprtmelcllnt, of the: Illind~ri Conltral
Railroad, who have excellent facilities for
thle co~llction of data, estimalite tiatt tol coom
crop of illinois thlisj year mRl excco l "an.
hundred inil!ionj of budhela." Many~ ..r
the Southlern paper~s seem inclinedl to, dia.
trust thle reports of scarcity f icor~lill tiat

cro~p n II II 1

corporations ith an aggregate capitall of
815,0300,0030, owning fifty-two falctory build.
ing, ;conltaining over four hundred thou.
sand spindles and twelve thiousalnd loomsf,
waith other mnehinery ini propolrtionl emplo~y-
ing eighty-seven hundred wom~en andl forty-
two hundred men, ma~nufalcturing yearly
muore than one hundred million yalrds of
cotton eloth, twenty five million yards of
calico, twenty Inillton yards of bloucohed
a ad dyed goods, onle and a -half million
yards of woolenl goods,`ll ndover a million
~yard of ourpetinga. Thinke of a strip of
cotton clolth a yard wide; and two hrundred
miles lono, mnad daily! Eruourh i a year
to go twice round the globe, with ends five
thousands miles long to tic with,

G;OLD.-At the late Statistical Congress,
held in England, the delegates from Aus
tralia submitted a detailed account of = 1..

yiel 50f goldhensthats wrvl~ e aro PA ,

87,", orh Ame fiecaliadr d uiliola o
fielded, since 1848, as much as, if not
psore thanl that sum---so that, in round
pumbers, itmay be stated that intwelve
yeesthleaddition to the world's stock of
1494 Qreeds one thousandmiieftsof dol-

InoN 704 pEgog TREgs.-The seated~of
iron thjt acdensl~aae around thleanvil ofa
blacksmith's ciboyare wre t~aluable than
manure for peach treea. -A shovel -put
around shealth~y peach treat will be very
likelyiI, b.BI; lui t .;.... conditi~tiorgad iti
said that to-u. alre.**~i;C. I te have. Tecor,
gred by the- application of these sedges
Jron (Iapy fthuA 714Ri answer a good pur-

o'clock A~. al-
Will fieave JI~acsonville every TPuesday nlight
at 8 o'clock AI. M~.
Wil liisve Fe~rnlandi nai ev~ery Tuesd;,y nli:]t It
2 oi~l1 t~o Saanlnah every Wedlnesday niaht
1 o clock P'. 1.

T~illleavea Charlestons. C. Salltu~rdy 90'lock
A M. I S(

WEEIILLY dor :60
Poustinsters: throughoutat the U~nited States
acting as our Agents, will ruceive a com-
Ilisrion of 20 per.cenlt onl all mlony tIrans-
nuitted to us.
rensaola, Aug. Ed. 1860.

At Palatha Fla.Mnonda~y lveniloIksC TI g
Ta~dSt A E & ;EilD
Sep~t. 1, 1830. Su.The Berf~i~l F0err CIRI'R.

OITY TAXES. .,,,,, or o'tz lrit""\!!"-''' .?i~ solief u I and

who hanve notL made their Rlelurns mulst. do so Ilhite going dowrn the1 rivor JEuphrates, he ex-
irnmediately, elue they will be double 1.:xed. per~ienced a severe att~ack of Fever Iand lg~ue.-
JAMES iH. P'ONCE, ..s. cond0"'ition, one of the Boat-

Augst 2318t30. CityMarhal W r tis and no01~: nwill toull gfyi]. A

NOTICE. yfo~und it:L & lbcoio pr eelo d on f~u aill
ro t on use Iral~rs ool :i ain efon ta te
man namedrar Chal~rley belonugingK to Mrs CharL1- haulL1nnanattihaUted toit mliraCIIUlous powers,-I anld
Ilone Zyltr;L of C'lnchaleonl I:. 11. He li.i En on II sI!IR ta it cold onl he13 ob (itaineld from th ie
wrhenl taken, palrt of ai shliir Plraiess of the Sun. Mametimie afte~rwa~rtle, tle
J.LME U. PNCEgendrno inl convPel6ing wv~ith a Prices obtained l

August 23 18.30 i c3rtnineo d whero. the ute(dicinal hlerbsw wo.C~ro foud,
of whlichl it wais comouP~nded. To~o wonderful :
pRlOBATE~ OFFICES ST. .)tOGN C'oUN~TY, virtues of this arliole hanve indlcedl a fulil be-
SI. Augaustnelc August nisOo. of inethed 1. .. Ii ive~llthe miracu-

BP .0010 IRt Bl@r Of f Plc. Sincr Iridr a trn to rionrce irl has beltren tic
w~ith the !luppiest eff'ect by several I;Ladies aml i
ani sinelr l x er highl ouract8efr, whio have\. given

111 First day at Ctobi nextl,; l at e roveral and,, \qlun~ Id ilruou Feverls-ia now offered

l~iepreenthtiv-e to Conrllesa. Samunel~1 fori i~rlil It will be seni bIY malil, pr'ep:i~d, with full
Sea Itoriall Diat -ict, adll'fulw :ssrln al l~n! Isse dit elsinidla lo soi. (II.Cs F reciptoe dol ( r. Alain

ot.. . I miT: St, Riiclinknowl, Va. Birach O'ice, Bankl of Coint-
For St. Anbugutine Plrec!ine (electioq at Ilthe userre BP~ibl:ing, Newn York. Addrl:ess.
Court Houslle) John S. FurIviance.. riultolas Ja~rlN WIcCOX & CO.
Rogeto, Igumelo~ Lopez*(bloal Il~ llL Julr i 1R1860 ly.
For PiCO1ltL Fre-iuct letoath Iis
of Joseph ( Ferreleni~) Geor~ge Colte. Yr., Ja'i. Theo Mustnsug Linimenlt ores Rthoumntism; ,
~ ~ ~ ~ I . .. 4Le.1. 1. ... 1::....... ures Stiff Joiuts
lill1 l -. Banhprenine (electionat n .=cue ursad
Colson ohl buildinlgs) Alberto Rougerol, liarvtolo Woun~l ds: I: cue un
M:mr,, Jrqi 4t 3.ili el'eic, jto aeetion at thle , I . Lnli Sen c~iplr ,eu ~in
Millss) E. (:. Simupkian, Thlomas~l 'J Russell, anid CornISalll ndWrts, and is wrorth
Peoter Mnsters,
Foir Ltolls Townr Precioct (eleetion~ on (he 11,000,000 DOLLARS~ PER ANNITVE

pr~emises of U. W. Donal;ldslon) Virgil R:. D~u-' D11Miid y ur credien, \of anyr ordi inarysu, Swel
poLsnsJmsrncr S. n e. .on ilng, SPrain or Saiifnesu either on manl or beast,
lol 1 to be opoued at 'J o'clock; A. M.~ and which thre 31ustunlg Linimlent uould not cure?
closed at 5 P. M ... ii 11vo.tsd Dugs n
i.11 [.. I L ectors of the Otober Itheu I I---- L - I AiaL, or
I .... 11 .. ... I (wth he bank 201 ij n a---nl l Ii~l rest seay **it vas theve rve ts
bout) to thle several precincts, to which the at- Every family should hlave it; thrree sires.
t tntion of the hnse 0orr . I .I BARNES & PARK, Propil'ietors, New-Yorr.
AuBgut 25 18ilthI Judge of Prob. te.* August 4, 1860. 1m.
Milie~~g i .8~beoBLL persons interestod in thleEstateof;lfe2 J
M iliS~y $01001 1 -. .1 leceaged, or in he E~state -l
Joh *1 I .1I., deceased, late of St. John
YORK(VILLE, SO. GA~. county, wvill tilke notice tlhat have filed a P~e.
TITE attention of Parelns and Guardians is 1 2~u tot ...... Stfo I info H
respectfully called to the advalntllgos of: Esttat of which\ said Jolu W. M~cCrabb, died,
feret by this Institubfon. The P'rinlcipals are seized and possessed to wit 8.. E. } of See- 10
:. .1... I re Militarry bcademies of Southr T. 11 n. 14 E. and WY. t of See. 20 T". 11RI. 14
...... .. .. ' E. and R. WY. 5 of Sea. 29 and N. E. a of See. 80
with great car ~ *- ,I i and E. ( of r. E.) 5ud W, J of S, WV. ?g of Sec.
,. ... ith distinction of the Southl Carolina 20 of T. 11 S. Rt. 14 in the County of See anld

tuto is mu ce lfe het lilitr baeida n Sec lT 1. of. S~ ne.Cut a
(' """"'" I -1 : & I nr nent aledna cio---and ou an e seve lyC rietd oto b
course. Thelocationis equalto any in point County-ofSt. Jobuyl on thle 4thr. Monday of
.i. .r heakense except clothing, Ocoernxtt aseG I 1I 5 -
_-'"'. - I .. .nr of ten months. A~ppli- A dminibtr .tor
'''... ' '-' '. ... ;' :... June, A~prill4~-1860, 31n.

B. B. CAR~R,


~..-. I it -

ExBtension Iging Ta8~. -9
rAHNOGONY Tables, -,:.. P ..7. r -1 T.-
bles, &c., L' 1-. mis.1


sus~B I~rr~s- s
I n L i(. np I I. l .11 i F lo i bl I .r l

Lara, is.lo-:, i .> I' L .Al r

as, I- r 1. ... '' '[- '.' n *
~c., fortialeat 1 a b
June s-1860

130IICE Hams, dthl E.~ .2! ... ,I-.., is.; r
(, Poil, smoked T-:l l. .-3 I I lo. -,
B. E. OkRR.

KEWY Ir'Prl 1:,OTBTOE~S. Justrebtilve4.
An 1st j* t A


$200 000.
Om85ees51 ~ 9R4k)BY an

'This Conipany Insures Bldjlrings, Helrehan
dise, Ships;, ad their Cargee~s, in Port, House
h~ol -Furniture, $nd Personal "Property
generallyagriqst Lossor Damage byflre

WM3r. JAFFARYl~,Seec:retary
Agent, St. Augustine.
June 25.

J. E. 151EDDOU;H
8S spring Kerosene Oil. $1.75perGl.
... I.. 3 12 1-2
I ... .s..10 per lb,
Stewm do. 11 per lb*
Gosacifnuiter :i -51-8lb.
Cofee71bs for $1,00
Adamalntine Candles 'i. 1"
Elephant Oil for Lampe 1.- ..e

Cll months after date, I shlall make applica-
)') tion to the Judge-of Probate of St. Johfas
county for a fin9l settlement, and for my. dis-
chargea- II.. ?- ? I I I...r. i. L I .
WYilliqng l I .1~ .. J. I ,I : I .an ,
Feb. 18. 1860. nd initsratrix

-,~ 300 Acressitutted about~inilesfr~omSt.
An~ ari stiine --1ai iarnt is me iil r m

?I ..II,-...- .....-. : .
e. I i I... Ilo. s. r peorticulrs

a Auguasang, uly 14, I6 0


500 8:: f'. '' oo16'": 2",",!
boxes Seap, 5~ Hbds. Sugar, 20 arrels Isdo 1
cask Ifams,l 1casht Chese, S0 bnrr~els assorted
Crackiers) barieels Tiisli Pototoes, 30 boxes
Candles, Crbarrels Oil, 4( kegai Nails, Sbnags
Cow Pens, 15 boxes Starchi ?0 casks Rrice, 70
.barrela Grackers. D.. E. CARLR.
.4ugust 1&

iLL persons having any claims or dlemands
against thle IState of PEiTER: CA1PELLIA,
late of St. Jobii Clnally dleceasedl, are required
immedliate paymlent In
Augusat 11, 1Yli0. Sw. Execut~ix.

Notice. .

aLL person indebrted to ihe Estate of ROQUE
LEONADYiD late d St. Johbnr County de-
ceased are requested to moake immuediate pay-

4,i e claitil nurlndtie s neid ]nrte.ail prer
qu iecd to present the sam~e duly autheuticated
~i~n ia en ,, otr this notice will be pleadl in

iABIN A.L s mt ix.
Sit. Augustine,.Inlly 28R 1800. 8m

,tPPLICATION will be madle to tle acxt
(: Gner.:l Assembly of Plorian!, for a char-
*r:; fi f :lonil)i\\ f toj :: @reilB e I~tri a
Ihe n.un~e or tho souu horn Expo ~t and IInpo t

rl, persons indebtedl to ther Estate of James
A niz dreeased aire requelsted! to makie inl-
oediate paymenlt to the unldcerigned. And all
persons having claims against the s:1id estate
nlre requlliredto present thl nne Iihiul two
yrs.L., or this torjee will be plead in bar of
theiir at !llnH 8 FRER Amnsrtr
JOSB1'B~~~ ~~~ C.~aE g Jiitt
July 7--1860. Sw

ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Wil-
liamnniz, decreased are requested to make
iinuoiediate F1-n- so 'ia the mlowinori And
all persons :* .;' I ~estate

GEORGE COLIEE A~dministrator.

Jllaoll a0 Bal i

a Lpronynersosid btdtthe E- ite of BTEPII-
1; N MAXRTIN late of St. John County de-
geasedt nlt requested to Ila~ 1meit s 1
claim agatins .;.i . i ll pereosetait te
1.. 1 .:l... ted within. the time prescribed
** . ,l tieewriB be pl .3 i 1 i.?

I~June 9 18010. uusl~tr2m.

- iiP~- r -- ---*--- Zi - ---r7


1,~pcBthat,brihp~ mado g al.t itgrh
now us..~I I 1. II' ....u .1 1 Fr.: a ra I-: ,I
The attention of customers is respectfuly
called to the subjumned table, the result of a
photometrical ekamination, by Ed'd if, Kent
Esq., of News Yorki, Chemist, And dated Feb 8


jeoee Kecrosene. 13.680
(Jlampe ne. Coampn. 5.6D25
Whale Oil. Solar. 1.892

B urning lluid Larg ickt. 553

Ib,8 8

88 1 00 12 00

706 1 25 17 70
850 2 25 26 47
300 87 29 00
Reliable orders fromu thle Trade, by Mauil or
STelegraph, fill. 1. "L I, ,.: to
93 l-eurl Street, N. Y*
Kecroseno is also t~o be obtained at theo Mnir
Sufnotunrera' P'rices, of all the New York ? 1...!
- : ~.,:~ ' - *-...i ..,.i . a..
s ki, ** *I ,* *. -'" "~ ... i. i. ... ... I... *
Nr. B.-KERZOSENE is th~e trade.
Inark: of the Kerokene Oil Co., and all
Persn~lS aIe caultioned~ (Xuin;st 'usii nghe
slrid tnrade-inarkfor oeher oils.
Oct. 15. Sm
Jil:2 Call at the onew Store uniler the Ma-
sonic Lodge opened by 1EvrTZ, if ybou
wannt cheap and prime articles in the Gro-
cery Linle anld mother little? Nicki nackis.

RrlINA, Corn Starch, Lemuous, Graham l
GraOnc~kes, tag~o, Ta'ploca, Maicmroni, Yeirr
powders, Hiope, Uods, Useoaln Tartar.
LJan. 21. U. E. CABRR,

4HIECLAR1ET, Cidler, .ll... L'orter,
C Lem~onl Sy~rulp, Itasperry 152;.. n, in.
ger Wine. Clerry Branuy.

`BOii S UN la sa !lrlenus, Maittesses, 13 E. CARRl.
A81NdI S, Culrrase, Citron, choil . .'1 1
Ih d. evsuJ do Ol 0 s, c 1. S Ir sus
Miar. 3. D .CE.

NRAHAMa Crakckrs Inclan Corn, Corn
~ S~trirch. Flrina, Oa~t Mreal~, Bago, Tapiuece,
Rice Flour, Plax Soeed, Supsago Cheease, laz-
o31roni, Vermicei, hinsaica Ging~er.
.MarI. 3. u. s. E~I.Cli.

CCit. Atlaiuthie-Choie Vegetables, F'ruits &c
Dq ried Fruitake0. .ECAR
DOc. l

W;OULD) respectfully inform his friends
"gdthe dp H cgnenaly tthoj i lr
line whch heymayfavor him wijth. H~e has
.ie c.r~ L u uli ,nS supplying imself with
-I =* ..,I to iicds, .., r, .i:*r
skin, andd Fancy Cassimoers, V~estings, Neck
Ties, &c.
All orders executed in the best style of we k-
usanlship, for cash olly.

hSSOR~s ht ekcs, T k ya &0 &e X~

AT TOCOT on thle St. Johnls
~-~rjver Easi Floriad is now opera
for hereception ofliorder.
',.I Ta ., his Hoe l hsi :.. li ~ ' 7
pide of the St. obna river six miles above P col
lata at theo terminus of the St. Johns Iii Bo
Sbtl P. Agie. Ainc9 tf a~S~will enlve
St. Augustine every Thiursday for Tooni end re-
turning leave Toao ol ery Friday until the
Rail Road is completed. ~
Applicants for boar &Til Ale npf l tool
DEC 10 1859-

W. H. CA~~I3RBE1'

ir. [. 0118Illleq8 P RgQ HR11lll*

(FormerlyZ Dubois& StodaUrt, and Dubois,
Barcon &Chambers.)
avserootBS intile "Bible IIOuse,"
~Cor. 8thatreet & 4th Aveane,
Taihreliable planeto purchase. Orders
T iitpE Taithfullyeduexeut and perfeat satis-
faction gusauraeed.
1y B.--Sac foir a circular, wIth dagr~piosof
hirh S1- `0. m.

A~RDINES, Anchoves, Copres Olives,
B1. E. CARR,

nOLINS Azeos, Spades, throvelS, parn Mills, .
Grubbhing: ties, durry Combs 8e.

;i Kegs Pure White Lead,
:10 do Zinli lo do
8Dtarrels Lr er paie.
~O Boxes 01ase -
Paints Brushes Bo. B. E. CABRIL
June 9 18t50

AII the Furniture of 40 Rooms removed
Pifrm the Mallnoia House, will be dispos-
Oositena Ifa wiqtoce eads all size; 80
Matraasses; (Hair and mess;l Ib0 Feather Pil-
laws: 40 Bureaus Miahogany Ac., 20 Fr;r~n
'ebles~ scored; 16 Looking Glasses; :.1 v.~;l
Ghars assorted Carpeting: Maiting, Bhi'nkets.
SheetsQuilts, Soreads, Crooktery, K~itchlen (ReD.
biaad~extdeh va sortmn eofHal eid Soy
iBEsoLu. ~B. E.CAR1.
May. 12-1860.
USBT discharged from Sch. dratio from New
ppinp Po L~Ij (nio BnorLe r~sr~
prDo~cT BI. E. CARR'

6LACK nadreall Le ,e No e~nnd Sta~
Hor~ey. So. C.ARR,
~pril 14---1 4
Isookinqg Glasses,
ARGE Size Plated Glass, Bed Room Glasq
L s. Bgo., B '. E. CARRE,

EiteqsiollP~ining Tabl~e.
AibIIOGOSTY~ables SideBoard, Card Ta-
unes, &e., U.B. E~B.GR,


:ft scan. niamaes.

c Bushels Corn 150 BagsCrn100 Bng
618bl Lard +0 P*ckkages.
March 24-1860. B. B. CARE,

R eceiv4(. 'Also Bgtter, Cheese,Crackers,
Lad, Blnon Pork. &;c. B. E. CIltR,

$sle 150. Lamp Wick-, Shades, at reduced
fsalo alFi &, Sperm Qil, Bpu Aandles

/yOIE RaOdICe GODeems. Be m

Jan. 21. B. E. CARR.

f~resh blroceriei.
110T cool~ed a resh nupplyIof Bamily Gro-
otrie S~IWINNEY'8 Cash Store.

]Batimore Broyigogs s

quessle at B. E. CAIRR


A eveal dsor muof Choice Greeeries at

NEYIRS S 90TA'PssOr~eS.-Jsrcie

August 18. B; E.' CAR](.

MAPLE fiUGAR.-Just received
August 18, B~. E. CARR.

IVYES, Capers, Picklels, eassored Catsups,
Ofresh Englisih Mlustard, smoked Salmon.
soulsed Gslmon, pickleld SalmoR..afck~erel, Hier-
rmb, calating. n. I;. Caan-

Ju~st Rtceeived.
HAMS, Brctn, Port, L~ard, B~utter. Pota-

IORTER, Cider, ChoiceClaretg~ine&&0'
;July 28--1880.

if. ig9atkeral in t, t and Tqby.
SlNovien, 11ecn kls.Ilerring sargipe.
July 28, 18ci0 8 I. im.CAE,

CHOat 1 unch Rnairsin, Citroq, Currants,
dreDassortedn Prseres,n Jelly G ga r
Nute, Pea Ngts, Eng~lish Wlituts, HickeryNut
Jlln 21- n- ^- CtIE-

A arpge Lot of R 1~j~ Chair ,


11v4< 1. KIluaINF.D
Julne, 1860-


1BN M 'Y D~ RG
rrS ONE paggy

Df rruggttand Conotry Merchant should. kreep
of thi valuable Remedy, not only from t

For salein SZ. Agtesltine by

AprB 14--18 O*

RI 47d has the InP .

gest. sRl of O Ry IRO*

100,000 packages
SOld ill do~rg~i p 0

800011 6=RPOlihrR ill

fou~t~een months. It
is wall~at d t

arY fo~llOWvid c1 3Ri

eRSO Of Dyspepsia,

Jaundice, G~eperal

Deblit Palpith*

ti Ch 9 i:B ~
rhaea, qGiddiness,

DeIpressed tSpirits,
OPSS of Ahppetite,
Pain ia. the Side Rand

:ly ~tasapted: tob'"e-
HIR~ coRmp aints if


:ty Of FOIrm iR FO"
nIRIOS Of a ThiB nd

Mp~~ eHabit

Every invalid
should try 9419


8413 Broadway, New York.
For sad4in St. AuLguti~ae 6R

iC iGElAPL EE. Peas, Corn, &o. &e.
B. E. -dTR


B08 Broadwaly, New8 7ork:
After Mray 1st, 1800 at 501 BRIOA.D}VAI~F R Dc saP k $a l
deprg8fpm the St. pcho~las Hotel.
The Sltereas~ppe is the m~ost instructivec, in- (BFomy T II BoRAA)')
treaig e le rthit 7, amagingr, Rnd exciting No~. 87BOlf gRYLB 1Fw yorlik
None nre t00 young, 1140r .i te.. all.Ione tpo ?I@is establishment is six stories in ieii h and
intelligent, none too lr...J., I.1 10 acknop- extends242fectthrroughp~)g: pChristiestrif,
ledge its wror~th and benmty. ~ poking it one of tle.
an lom 111 complete without it, and it ypast T.i IU EH UE
le presents to car v iiew every part of thle in the IP~ited 5,tates.
world, in all the 1 1, balnow. ~er~spective, Thecy are plrepayd to offer great inducementsi
and sharpacanr of detail, .. pI :... viere on thle to th~e WYholesule Trad, for Casts or Time.---
sot. Therb Stocki consists., ii pput, o
Poorprsare everywh LSS0d
Eur~ope, Asia, Alfricn, America, il. osewood,
grand and thle beautiful, and thle results of their Mlahoggly,,
skill are constantly enriching: our stock. CI ila
Wie hzve ani imisapge variety pf pape!' Viewis
; .. i.r ..:. London, malgland, scostanid, PARVIGOR 4%D Olll4M Et FYTS.
B~tcin FraIhnge, 1.7.1 ... S. Hloliad' 1ITR11a.
Fotljeu Toill e,, Itis ku~g ]iyt Alss .r C .l oop 874T w-ork. all qualh
ollep h ll Ln st arinn in i, nIst l ties II 11 .~ and Srunlo MlATR~ESasE, @
riage scenes, hreiakfa~st scenes, pioanies, statu- nrgeetss frusy! $22~ t 10 -"uanars
ary, &D., &0. An exqugisite assortment of Illn~.
mninomated Inerior .I .:*. Cllurchles, and Jeunny Lind and Extension Post
Catedal o Fane,]=.. &. Th'le ef- B~edsteggly
f o tese iluiae iw i ptrpr( feet wide, espepkily fo~r the Southern Trade,
Every gentleman of wea~lth and refined taste Thleir facilities for hManufacturing defy nome~
should have in his drawvingroom some of our petition,
exquisitcierieson glass, with erevolvingsterd o. 6& ALLWORK~ GUARANsTEED AS RE:
scope, showing 12, 25, 50 or 100 scenes. Nioth- PRESEgNTED.*9,B
inug can be more farscinating, and one oan ofter Igo Goods ]}etaileg 4a Time.
nogrenae rtre to nty pand cond of the p:icta- IlarchlO--1800i 8 Sw
Anthon'y Inst:rtanaeous Stereoscope Vicya
are the latest I'hotograpihic Iron ter. Thiey are cWor awasiors ro ran Ion r H nur~."
tak~rn in the fortlieth part of a second, aed erery- "ll .is i OME OUT OF THEIII( HOLES To Y1E."

hieen pe~rfctly at rest. T~hisgilFY gu/rijn i of ease
value, for to the beauties ofinaiaentr it
adds the chsnt of life anud mnotion. Thte pro.-
ecss is a dislcovery vt; our own, and being uno- "Costar s"'
known in Eu~rope, we r:ceive from LonldpaI and a.~i~~~) n Et~?~i~L&,24 0011,&C e~l~ierminS
Panrij Ilarge orders for Antuhony's Inslanitumu
T iews of Amerciicanl life anld scenry. fo
Among other thlings wre haveC just pulblihedlc Costar's"
a~rlsoi I 011 ai n u "of th j n or thle "Cstar's" Bod-bug Exterminator.
hearts feel an interest. The particulars of thlis "ot~'i
wi~ll be ound in our cartalogue. "Costasr's" Electric Powder, for Iq-
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be sects, &c.
forwardled to any -.1.1 -,~ .7.~ :: .,.. .,1 DESTR.OYS INSTANTLY
Parties at a dish...- ;...* I--c @=. '*
Sj5, S 0. or E25 can hlave a good instrument Rate-Roachles-Mice-McA--Groundu Slice-
:and su1ch pictures as they. mayJ request, sent by lied UlEng-Anrts--Motls-a! osquitoeS--Flear
/Exriess. --Insects on Psants. Powla, Anrimals, Sc., 6e.-
Views alone, (nithiout hinshment) can be in short, every formu and species of
sent by ma~il.
Prie s ealra e h o he ad ised oreverythin v aa.
send us their names to place on record, and wr
wiltl keep theom posted at our opp! expense.
Men ulbloffeisure wilfind PhLotography a most 10Years esabiheltd in New York City-used
fascinating arid delighltful amusemelnt. We are by thle the City Post-Ofiice-the City Prisonsq
prepaered to Bt out amnateurse with everT~hing and: Station Hroists-the City Steamers, Shipr,
Iar nex par for rlei ucs tbe 'oril ei", 6c.-thle city Hotels, Asdtor,= us. Nichhoas.-
r~~~r~~l ANTHO NYii .:iFol~ ~ i &c.-unr byr moreta 20,000WX private fami-
I.~ .; .. ~.i . . lI~.. ~iew ~ i* Dru'ggistr and Retailer1s everwhere sell
g-~ar.erh;nt s ficm evecry section ofthe thQ'~elo.
country- are respecifllyll invited to make anl exr- ilseqqt h ar Ci
amin~ation of ou~r toc~k, as our dliscolntl ,o thes "' Whdoesal gql n.1 h ageCtn

tralowy~? eO i;.i a~ 42 Or-Fir st class itnd Towia twar.' of spurio~s imniftatons
8s:nlli &#:1? rpiu urlouny, pi ve nurie. 00~ SquIiC l8e Bae sent by Manil.
of Ne;.aiver. Br- Address orders--or for Cireonlar to Dea-

0 0 lD LO 0KE T 8! c. m
SA Gold Pencil witih G~old pen attached, FV Bds


EDb RCIUWTO ):CI POP CHASZ t tl 1 int~p'e oo~rrm ldrc
A ""ro. duil citS lun= St. Josn colln..
ou~r present maode of dlisposing of our Jewr- ceptanlces at sixty and ninery days credli srlh
cl"y 6c. Ind from thle universal saltisfaction approved endorsers. Order, from~ myg coun~try
giveuoln at have pa roiredourg aos.n fr lyntetaccmgc ith Igea ca~l \ril to
our busi esisfair and prae nl csa lise; rio to give e tr~ae nifactude to Ih prcicsl
but a thrir asnd legitin ale sale, in which eachl send me orders for dry goods thial. they will beI
purchaser gets thle valulie of hris or:. !. .. put up withl great care and :levenionl to give et -
a OLD PENCII, WYITHI GOI L ..( ,. ..1... ni tepriue.Al mu
TACHED), OR1 A GOLD LOCKE.i ,,~I I ...I II,: Ioure over twenty dollarqa
eazch, whichl cannot be bought at any retailstore will be allowffed a fire per cent, off, for caSh.-
ror 1Ihe same pr~ice; and inl addition to l.0 Ipur- Y ou have hlere a list r al f ew otr any large as
chanse, each~l p~erSOn receives a P'remiumn of Jewr- sortmernt of' goode.
; less in ,a"fi gin 81, nfjt ""g)fro* nav woo
NO. MQNET RISKED! consisting or Frcenc broad Clorlh, Doe skin can
We prPOse to let a person know whalt Prec- situaresc, I'ilot 840tlhr, Satinetta andt K. Jear.
mium he will receive before sending his money. Tweed Clothl, Fanecy Cassimers, Laldies Cloth,
Any Lady or Gentlem~an desirinrg one ofT the TI...'.. i'r,11: 1 I c1".i~ ..,1. .1.,, i'...r..

and5 Pen, or Locket, anld we will make their muchl Prints, Luldies and misbes Irone, Gents
selection, and inform thecm by return mal y~hat Melrino munr Shirts, Fancy Cleakes, Mournin
Premium, thley are entitled to. They can theon Delains, Gents M~erino hlat'lf ore, Frec n
hav ia .he fliilege d'sendigg: tor it if they E3nglish e. II,; r ..L.2....3 White~lamnlel.N

puelasr anse" r rae the "bove art sov
11 althey cost him, and retaiiu the P'remium H B:
o a oro houl e i FIRE INSUR NCEE COML~PAN Y,

rey upo aen gpaes Par~yael with as Lloug $ 00 OO

recevto aecile agd en Poemoin on 0ck
et and Prem~ium, free.
oror 1ul pqticularr send for aPencil and Pen O~ices--~SST BROADW AY, an

Loudissand Gendelves, 91)18 0
Gent lemn' G dBlerWth This Company Insures Bu Idings, Merchara
Sno 14 ve Bu Chains, dsSis n hi agpi ot os
*old ~~ Bptons p~d hold Furniture, and Personal- Property
F~atchKeysgenerally against Loss or Damage by fire.
Goldfl~ Susuplain and Gi seutnip OIA IN. AK ~,red .
I'ineq Gold Rlings, &c. &0. WH\. JAFFARY, Secretary.
hawrCsro o~an t and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gobld Sleeve June25.
Butos Gol Paselt Slds,' so d or g Sc. E. \lDD

U lxep iopnle referengepgiven wheneer 8 selingdierosene 941 $1.715e5941.
N. 13.--In sending your names, write the Blrown do. 14) yer lb.
State, County and Town Plainly, so as to avoid Steam do. It. per Lb.'
letters being miscarried. Goshecn But~ter 8 -
Address, ANGL.E & CO., Coffee 71bs for $1,00
102 CANAL STREET, bOld No.) Adamuantine Candles1 80e.pelb,
TWYORK. Elephant.Oilfor Lamps 1.25, &%

For sale is St. Augutrue ER,

April 14---160.
A large varipty of Toys for the Holrdays-
Nov. 12 l NSLSQN



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