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 8, 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: VID00206
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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St,~ug~st'nt ld~r1~11 Z ~lf~k'John C- Brookinrid~ge at Hiome. Brackinridge and Zano in Newv CoOLEss ToWaRlDS THEB SiTtntP C.AN LT IT RE RgiEMsEMBi'RD
49 +0 -8 Us~~~~~~~~exhigton Corr~e:polndmlee Newr York~l IIFrsI ]Olanon:e ouI as!r "'" n
3 Sme hs etun ro Wahigto ue Te ew Orlanls pape~rs come to unis Sovr~rr.-Stenator Douglas. Ilaving comple- 1888, for the receptions of abolkion p rivious by
rgcgrBLsIE EIV@ll$ SAUR~DAY -- Vice-P'reside~t of thle United Sjta~tcRIs lwe ild wpith CIw\ing~ :necontls of thet imn- tod hlix sfunp speak~ing in New England, Congress, and rhat hie was Ihe ord S;oulhe.:
er ~ ~ ~ i tae uresa h huxHtli fs ~okeidg gthering~ therec. whevlre~ he as very co~rdiallly received by thle my itbrre~r.LU hoer 2 is evi
St. 8ap~ustine, f~t.Jolan'8 Co., Pl~t, this placeo. Hlis family are there wvithl Speakinlg wns guoin on simoultalneously BhI~acki Republiclns, expriplence a different jeCBC wasbroug~itht beore Congr~es*=,~1( Josi I::.<
EL I~iltll, t J RShi, lhoghMr.B.isa tistmeonaf~Jro two sleparate stands, and the en~tilusi- foolingp as he molves Southl. A special dles- ,od mea atdyJu*l/ <', i~lioa, Iat ;b riio;.
1YIATT 1AS R.ICI#1)E C9, t. qFBIBI e F Ofilla.1~ visit to her re1lations3 in GeorgetOwn,~ Ky. asmn Feeins to hauve been unbounded. Thle spatch from Baltimore to the Daily Tim~es. ias
WIATHASR N 8EU *There is nota man living. whio enljoys a IDelta says a pnper tha~t always assists thle Jadge all it Llbas i e:,*L-i potd orr B:re, aoted
'PROPRIETOR. Satuarday, September 8, 1860. ''"iger degree of peronal popularity thaln "I't we1 the larget meetin: ever krnowncn a ys-- opn- tha esouth-the l oduri comuriamise and
PHC F8 CITO ;Iorl, C. Ireeldunr 892, walle Ili; thnii')vr 1~ yo brs.1zlc inl tl> city clutin utl npas' oJn T~aTDIr~O RE ":idy Aogust? r--Jug ~ is h rc1El-e~~!n til bnd (htr

TWO DOL3LARS PER ANNUYI (849 I ff. a of the mlost ple::purable desciptloc(. a long C:;anl street, wa~s onq amwo m++,; of a:terh~oon. 110 (vas met at tilr Depot~by a 1)5iicr eond in nam-ie ro -. 1. v~ ,wa
** 1 ~~~Thle Breekriuridgec family are of t~hemselves human beingse, every one of whlom vocifer- fen friends, and conducted to t!:o Gilmour m tb e 4 h vasr o
Deirn t cnriue lli or overpower in the State. Byi marriage, 1ala ously cheerel~d in thle eq~use of thle true De- House. There h interchanged aongratulal :.,,,, Ior headilsl sonIT1: oc Sior (:. votiin n n
4- Avan h ilT1YG)S1 willbe insorledi on thle to' th uceso tedmortc oicejr eiuridgie allied hilmself to a molst m locr-cy of the~ South. Thle balconies lio~ns with his friends and clinecd. Ther Ire je e eu Daris ofl J,f UfT.n l wI a-
flo ntem.both State anld federall, we propose to issue wior~thy andl~ estimable Famnily, whlose con- a long:I the~lc ca rets we througod wiithl thle nuumber of visitors wis verylIimied, and heo s,'9 and~ wih such1 mnon as Chase, of (IhiO,
one Irellar per square, of twreld-e linesl 1th K mne fr h Imain don, eeonsar aon te iges ofth gn-far~ex wo ld her hain p o ce ad n sach. Hedeartd t4 olok ; r: bsn J f ewYokan
,, jo I'u aal sa eru ipsse (ion. rny ive in thle thl of Augur t till ottr thle electionl uine: Ketuk doble~br 110 Cinarrwda ao toteipsn cnn av onnto hsatroo rN rok hr eer it ermm rd ht iu85 ,l Jo nx rw

sp-ceo eeli sla defini l touytil lrawilr ul 11 \rL we t do~j tja erely froml Ilur laterest inl thle I en:t vitizenl of Scotlt countyll :.js. I:. wasl ing: of! banners.:: arralngedJ I for the0 O~cnsDIon Thle Judg~e tllld meI tha~t hre de-signed g~Loinl t ion. audthatllpa rin eS thhdp -
hm isi a toie o dve iled Any a ueit. < iucess o one wrthy imaidaes, ad in regard ::sa ell,,and ascm;ur and r-: n the etrs f thei rutfnl voces l to Rihmondand Pe rsbug, V then a tle a tu m u i
noe noe l y:~ oeneaal eud~rs -th tt e bu sif cr support ofthieimlpor~~tan pr~inciples~in evolved com!pishedl sas she was Lea;nti;ul. Thei~y thie god cause of Brce~l,~iorlgj adII Line. to !1loiR'1 anid ot'ltuir on s n North Caro- v:i.' ofr t use ,r2*er theparl~ ou t conracted fo.ltltl ln in the Ccotes;t, we trustB, tht l~l good deta~l!r- haelv hlrn troo adtogrsW ontrm me t aese uha l:l; andi in a fortaii ht1 to return to BaltiLl.r roi-lt tn bre thtJ sB r h
bsil of orse n ntns tmairkd xl b4 huiui ourals will at least. exhibit thir~ intceresti n a tuly'i4 h~appl Ifully.~i Mr.S fEreck~iur~idge? pala sLCene. TorIChesA ini the~ir brTiil~lianls more and address4 the citizens inl an elaj peatedil b within tholas!ht tworr years, 1~ m inou
uls itsuracd, and chra go for* s nts y bann o en in meis regarded nlOw nas on of tboe m1ost cloganlt iannle:rs inl the~irl egnc PCID of desig:~ n, ;i i borate spech1- Then hie goes North agai "in 'I: Yil. (: LE80' F \Yi i'
agavDlaictagefril he unmesof nbumerusn i subscribr.< for th anld fas~cinatingr of Kentlluck;y's fair daughl- I tran-:par~ncies, beal~ring app~ropiat:e illui- prepapratory- t., gingF home. There was a Unirin.osae
nroncemnt enm~paigo Less tha n t hi s they can n~ot o. ters, whil ile Lo gllantl :I.?ijur himlecl:' st:iidi trtiuou ;and sentimeont, caunsed thisi meeti:;: ,.,, mde t a mounto/ (:l O fil enthjusiasml A Let ithe remewherl ed,~ that JossI BELL 114 late-
cOnltract advertisenmnts payable quar~tOr~ly W ilsyfrhr hti hr r n a Saul amnonl:.!r the h l~andsoe Inca of the to be thle best indicati.on Of thle truei andli .y fe red bel copne i ote een usierrog~rted by aco nditee, qqtiin~ted
d o aluu l 11u sr~lca ano Al hr;lu l e 1101a tr fRICKINRIDG and~l LAN m~rlen in e CnS ma gS re i e uniie pltca otinn fNe r oat- hres wasi l nco enthus d !iam. t. he pr otion, of titoii
co o '$ .s r d u I ai i it.wh nousaie t pa ex res ~s ive, and .I mark d b cleart ]i l lnesof Ev thei:il J P?!:wyuxe, the rbid ll~lt O S a :NQ. TH jU L.- 1C1.(: Ml J U or ~to Yor n.A paIrp is.-' "' a' .h ertris n ha ehsr

Air caionr, forr imial auts, untni 010 00 O C thes ter msf Den wh rat dle o their t dutly chamuli ng. I~*in any man ore wo an in h~i s PoIar seno orIov ia i, cu 0 r 3rcircg so wellr know rh ex oe ctim -a Ihe rius~t 0 a
thdeivryonth wrk Oer EtEKIRIGEan LN Ilut crll E i its mid generOUStc Sou 010l cci inde es oft S tErcn tir guslii, and e s ~ig d Iby overl t. SmtatIo CIIoI the cas .-- There i DO uh c hfer hooraprofsn. tite onss
signals orlufns alds deeri will Iluo Brck undl Demcrts thesa~i l nation, Demoe- indicated. They wil bes divide liealteopstoncniaefrvc rsin
r~~~p1:icio u~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Io d~rtr rac oflllrlo tboi eitync <-f Norfo ossemble at th-all .ic i subscribedre tonl n ail testimonial t Charle Sumner.n n~ll;i tleU3ti c~t lll .il: !e1~lJ OfL1 )DW hrig ta
tion ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h Voe n enslvni Cr Inri llm~t go is aye mos to oo looin to be~llisn IIrU. t11 other~ Dugn dnmina uttile's:ons. When" the- Whigar thetrio:rrcs botonisltaon ofoubtsouhed ca
~~rpile~~~~liuu ~ ~ du fiuina fal thmi, la Uight July 31,?i~l, Li'r-Governo 111sa was~i~l 7ne byr theC lamenited~i :atoon. rlr~ ~l

t' a it,/u z bil o ody m'ili~~aust kno paidtll de~r uLasti,. fill he Rntiepblals, the/ Uae eran1 11C h; ir je iist no~t, however, wll 13hl of theEx-Uo t I iu::alls upon160 thous s w ivoeplc f tor a wh Iiichagme wason Ihe mptk t'o~: pr wasl
at we~ va~irriou Lindhe ozk. is \Fve.L 2ll Douglas1 men,) and the~l wholo arm ofl~UIIC sur usue ftefcwehrh wste doie osat thal publsl: in tons dJceeklionroide aind an. Of eon hi ng su ea': bnt Ioesll to s ati th~nj a :no e-
n o ceeewih ro4 eads, inungurated~ a p ro rota s aen in rt-y o n n lh uh o r h nso milu n atig ons were nu de a B liori e, :an be sure,~l t hat few, lnic nwl vote" fo voje et it be rlsm & ed that Eu hn" ruE nr
m Sho-- r -- -- tri us ontI\ si ln oun y lvai, nodt oraiu opes se Hllcn odn. iely boysii~t as ou il li tind SoullCth ll Unr G \.\in1:u vwd hsprfrnefr te blto ikt;fraCto abl tion CoGrei7 u to e a di sincenau en ae trlad

glySelHad ettos igsrsplare h tt agis the. Natio l id n goo.l~r~id master Onej, oflea oys h t thu:de newrr p::per reor;atibuoi rui iiiord GoaTeo' 0)- Triibue .~dlll lJb Tyo iin ninr,e fu rlc Ied. riii
and Tap op. in fpl ever thin e r worn 1emocrac We giv the fig re: ilsnamed as. 11 i a let followassi --- --oughts tke measu s to ctes heabli iono
F .co iSll- S on1 ~ I CT Th vbo~ t (?cr n, (Oppo itio an) a 181.83 is"'" ishoe v n l ioetycast wo adlui ith lu s li a r i lm if t i on, eit lhe toe~u~ -ns:2u ir tlo r1wi .C mbltesmw subsaie r; / reeslmnl to b! 6o awar
Nov. le. Wr~~~~tight (D o cct r1- Jrea~ii e` P'e"F"-a o or serv uit ud. The l Vie-reid nt Lf >nlvI ud o v. Wi se no, t only, ne e h n oe Iiud~ lo, a d card i p r os ote or a re Soulllutio ee rn a the rajii ghtsle
-- ----k --eaguai -e -oii l -e i n aw- cbr of thel: l P niresbyterian chureb- us:,e as to be ow c ;lourse b is J at l s to: p portv Bell cisc n a lle Eve ret u ma rk, o thus ni 7. Ifr uthe e Iioras fuue uah o
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l~,,T.I, rF Majorityr 17,291 ,rn outside pillar theeof :Js IUkn-t e!Id o n Cs h ep-sinasec fwdy ic, .oeaCn IYdle IU.O :iil .i
Thisoie s is~i\li~l aY~ maoiy recolllet obtine byn riot f isl ate members of2,.r thei Unpis poroua. the Cosiua r lrshs cuty i aia ine e.:i:truhseR n o oun f .

fLOU,lr l~-!~ ~Knt tclc c Ril;rr saids beflogu~re, w as ],! m lae up i\e~~t 11 ".c' of Republican, prevent hi gi ing tha atn ion torl. - --** fromlb the Teritoris, a the xrcu/fz r Cr all .,sular'
TiEAL BUC WHEAT Doularits~no~col-oute;"geerall. giusexrcise whih hisjudg ent ini D~iloORA010 LA'P OIDI. that werles-i the discrtion of tht voed o are iuan e rn hat o ne
bUTTER6,~;ut Altl, Illll :T!l n o 'u gether3 they clnstituted th Pe~oplie s naua : i nstg ines wo;)iu il4 led him.h He lnil la oiluo l vur ll0,i a <, a nl~ ~vr J power lies SInB the iscrt ~1 ionj ofl~ vtha b ody" ai a>r \
BEEFllS 183Qs w's; I~le aitc~i ~on? il~t.~ ~ ll nte xisti 1800. Th ?Ilc' ilet Reu ." profxii language a ilc~lth u rhie hewsl toac a r;,r !.ia :::, Thu si ther piano rm i adop~e b j!42 As Ii waoven; Pou su.-:O ur attention- c,,g, "o M ,~~ir rementerld, ihat 1:>v nmlo E
l'larpl S~cil fORKi~ lti llr, Feu iSHl icans aiJ ~ rlc e ompeled to separate from t he)LB /o kii triciSlot in h s relgou prclvish Dmcluctic pat y oi; ic~ nmin~ ~a li Lets .ne, wt a ale e d g o nipoe yl at folr a solb~e. vi tio at ring that I:r.t
PICKLES,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~Ol oteuleet which formeds thesoo Peole' does not~nle likeifu t talklru~ poiceso te :lyho. eslxpostryeslna :erior. lug, aenedinJnuryEtbyW. t) ntde*n

8 ICES' I little of it I 1 1 ty~~~~~C,!. being. d ourye ors imp ireay cu.;i~re .noni- "th hoet th wu rp li eth r r

SEGARS, ~ ~ Li I'VE In th lec ortio rof1 8,i:ct. was esimtelr ij ';1 i ra In a ecentoo! i terie w;ptiat him, the C1 n- mnialt ~ i oir sis j na a dp c o usal~- aind l~l of he o l the: vari ete f ol a isj ta a
0AP~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ 'l~i;i that theiiu: People'siur party vte in Penusyl covrsto turned upon the"" natural pr-pryi h ertois n hrvres iswtotdsnaig hmfo h tc.ben s'r~ Iviuntedl asjiril aIL atal r cauldae t
P C~sll B a;OTASH at I wa".s. madew, up ,, of,,, the, following ,le v s o PALS Rpuli canl vpto. 125,000ry ;swe i~ jr Breckinridge"I, wlt h t a bll~llJ )njjd su il, ob Coastandon, tu ih fsvrinycm e Ce u:;ri s e s uiain toe p)i~r. Grfn's cacud ai~~~' IiB l iO(.l~lll0 esIW.I h-m nbinanl zlir
FLULD ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~- B-ooms iorlladot 56,00 sevdta hr eetotig etuk muuauu l 0 no E ery pulaneri woodesre the nrame,~ --- -
-alg{I NE on etpou f n 11, yre"hi pIiB uDI:I3er aJte;~` and he tat tiP s r 1ne3hwt>a;ecaegaliulonm roc~it lardted f oi t arllll i!,r a thst wh li e
,JEIATE IES, CAN LES' gilile T n 'otal" u!iy- 181,000 nati eT12 indin ion~ toi ite ju friendto takei a:il i'uC liO tio b i n i t n oes il fa i opiC.:al O thevr o nyngt lveadfrm Cncpri
~DATES, In Nove mber, 1860,ost llt the.S I'ore- lea s w I a""" l i "'ttl Bu bon : when hel) center hi one h ntttno t syb in h adso hi laorrs It~ is si l sto !1 ovPIerlC I) into iii~l( Dhaware a flu ishng
AND PIGrCS, rFRESERVES seart from.rri the Republican an run homes and" to" tak a itemrebfr e : x:00l at 0 eooy because rloom an better wOrcan. rid C)I'ililtlol ~i e ril YO~lal~l sBord t
15 I n P"..Y CAE t et orT theslvesi. This sholULd re duBcej1Iid~l~ iil left.t~rah l, ad oc un s b te:rms as shallt bire hon~or Oble to orrseve bedn a oL xes o Por l Ucha t tol chlrue his vlual~ieto Ck~ ~tlL~evead
Jan. 7. the9 ~vi Iot~e fo r t L inc ln 5 ,000 vot ies Shcould bl'"' "e.]L? Doun i 'o:' IlN ean So u lsn-AP n R: 1ins toS an tteeris rcial hould g 7iive Mr. U !I-O I Grdns pluh trbaiol. T ie L ag ua.entatll 1!: -- rd ialnt 1...1i r .

J ~ ~ ~ ~ FSI E.~ MEDOG, tth ldsan f u-prtcete oeme elcinshudgv Iaadpqls vryltl te htwll. t nioig ruisur ,j 12am:il P:t'"tl zitt ingli~j but~t aY sudd bugtsrkhim,
FIK LS *llrcc lll pontiirne of n.Urensury LaOlr( se aneac st 11ioigrsl:)" b>! te up ikL paty t hek South, in o rdie r inLL thi cies -- -w --- -- he sta~ioj r tedinpuni or hjl~~ .'~C: ith agilent.~ fter
CATYUe pGosslcedsectlineorac Tre knIdge.ul~ns n 14001 l tlio- defeti"bul the only 4 paty that i has : a s protoc- Rvolved, Tha the Dmcray of the Unted nil SA d.vs U4 LilrE.-3.U dur(ingetw isdonel! lll prrcted e ~Search, M rshlli fOund him
WithO go tse fthsmakt i t wi ll Lin~cl n. 153,00 loi States reogis itb a thei~ ll impraiv duty;l~o of abouti a wooku i no1 the~ii~il Ert andl~lS a ei Tl :prYU it nis l h SLCan- "~ilookdU here, sa:~Iidill~ T orn I want that piece

`UPTOrEE S, h Polvani pa f rS Judge D~ou e x f a, ~ ll, willr that he' YLuay makte a oee for unf~si~~ r ienly the a, 'j.L~l~in a political, ouninercialu b pena~s~ul adfe rdna I-at hnh be.loigae rse ~ oplosf
come~rS entirely fromf the~cc~ votey cbs last fll m iaypito iw s: peycmt~ex-vdacidpaigo h rcaado ie eys,:I clslyl~ 11 survyedI Torn ilaled for ali

SdIa 1 .E.A S MEILil. b the Peole'partyun of that it mak es t o 10 B H H llsd i I "Ct n hrie s Un rrlIisl tlet threilunr, eh e l it J hc~t llll, t lur i s l 31 tran He t l tini e d aietd ieste f orl gin'rlally g~iivealsl smal pie o f. brass Nl t>l

H A A N ,0000 vrsn ensmAi, \\'e re enan scm oswo-?i bIiln so short ae disance it was of mnos ustle. alnee ssarl in yourl astled l ioR?~ i:
su~lt wl esueBekurdewl car,l~ le:!os ~~itad 31ADE c TH SPlEECH FORa bil,~ theenonl I~of sthe cns ion ; an~irtho i emd phsmndi eodwt

LinDBocla ten lrge eomste ava,10si otherY coPiteta n fT R A D-- - - -wt i: E fet of th ura1cou ch::J,~" receive atIC our Pos-O-licemaking he l
on Penu sytlvaa as100 o ofniv theln ilu Stte cer-,t hi ?~it 'o ball e ~":ofs' new Cotto was"f- s ld nou I ru rxS fo etinditan oldwthi vr 1.3 ,1,24ad 0ets he
(B TENET 8 OR R tin to ebe rr 1d by theNatio-Nnd al )mo Now ift~ IZairol an fhers"l welre~~~ nulil ap- ,,;,, on the 21 iust. by Henry Mounts ii, 'aebnkt, sae andI! i tIi unhuI~rj t barl ofthell~., new I)-les are 1 lc, 24 Juhine,
El.B O~pp tcrats. Todub thimc~ s, Tis tho ld Iubt oc tha wef rpite cnwegei 8 fbor and pare no:.sad~o~ by J. ia. H r,,ix & Co:, oi at u, bo7n~ cl ut crjr ed. l: tee l:;ntdtl
AS on handevery landng Branderthe d w aher is caued by ram. [Abbany sqatter sevreignty, Wat ought i to be 11 conts. Qwlity middlng.-Leoelaton elearng the engne in his esecut as t Tho ud ent St-unp are expeced soon t
Jasveimaaladseamn yourself fund rd, aol so00 vte 1860l n--Caanyba fin: (8.iu (,. ag et ti erlu. laicio ho u nd ie ar Oing pa 'st lu 1 be suppl. l';cied-Chr ao tolourl - i er.-- :i.i



VOL._~_ II.

Forida Items

W~e hare received the first nuumber of
the L'Peninsular Ga~zette"~ a handsome
sheet, neuttal in polities, which is to be
hencefo~rthl published at Miceanopy. Mes~ars
Jamles B3. Bean and J. J. M~cDaniel are
the Editors Woeopy fromu the 14ninlsu-
Ilr Gazrett, tle following paragraph relative
tJ the cropsi in thrat region.
"'We have conversed with saverl promil -
ent planltelr in this vicinity, who report
flom extenslive observationlathat our "'Long~

an bodn ti el1so iqu f @ n al rop '
very goodl- well deve~l spe bowls, and way1
linle stulple. Thle lower palre of the Llmiddl!u
crop" iJ eqlually as goord, but the drouth
lIar preven~ted the fulll developulent of the
up l il rts > the plat then fruit bming-
and dronthl have also brought forward tl e
opmingy somle three weeksn in advance cof
tale usual timer, andl suaine e uldan are
afcil e~tl e i 1rul IZill nr od e d a l

iottm,, this year, thisi hasYlllaude a fair field:
istlp figure" lessens Ll enanounlt of Iiday
Thle Jacksonville 8S~;andard of Angest
30th coutains the fd~ewir :-"NdwR y
have the satisfaction of anno~tcing to ttie
people of Frlorida~ that a "~New York and
Jacksonv~ille Utoumship CoU1Iany"L( has at--
tuallyI been olrganized in this eity, and we
aire to have direutteourlnatention with the
g'reat Conim~ereinl Ellnpor~ium of the Unio .
Twenty Tholueusan Dohersn of thle Unlpitri
S itocki hasl been subscribed, and on the 18th
i nilt., thle following: gent~luoose were elected
a~llvnar, s.Diret aori ~iz:-Mcrssas. J.C..
D). HarIt, J. J,. Danels~l; 8i. N. WVillilmb, P'.
.1100~dy, D). C. Anable~r auld J. P'. Sanderso:
STile DUIestors elected Coul. J. S. Sununmir,
P lresident. J. 1ll. Dn~iels, E~sq: Beeretary,
and Jos. Rerlnmngton,, Esql, Agoot.. We
learnl thnt Col. Sammlis hasproceeded to New
York to halve thle boalt built at once,, and
hiti contemuplalted to hlave hrer here by the
fixt Doeomlber next."
Thle Pernanldilna Furidianl of August
'30thruoticeas fe'llows~ a well kuown alnd
favorite stanue:a--theL Evdrglad:-- "We'
take pleasure inl inlformingg our renlders thus.
thlis elegant andl well-ktnown ateamer will
commnence he6r trip~s between Savannahnl as
iiatk~a next week 13erryim ~thL Ut S.NiilJ

skilful coonsuspander C:Ipt. As. TIu<*ker, wr;il
be pineed in charge~, whto nulites wiih the.
attributes ofal rhoroughlsorn3lan, the c.ulr-
tesy anld ntibbility of alu accomlplished gen-

i Il111, Will receive Itle uilut ataci8000101.
SThle Evrerythddu will, for thea presentr, mak -
i emni weekly trips. Hecr daylsof arr~ival a. &i
Sdeparture. will be. aa!unnunced next week."
Jobun, a runaiway~ negro ownelld by Judge
O NSeill of Durall Counlty, walus lbotk ad~
killed nealr Jacksonvrille hya; .Hr. Proltt who,,
With another gentle.n to w ere enldear\ F I::
Sto nest the f'ugitive John~I was a valuaiblk
fellowr He God inel a .,e~alr a half bid.-
ing in the wFoods.

lit IIU is alr fk< hif th ul sys:---
.-ixty admirers of S. A. I),uulas in this
State, are to have an Elctourini Ti'ck~et inl

certs.. m l. ll whol usei .rimn las i rh little
giaont,' to anep ped ition upol t id ticket,
Ar number of gentlemuei ha e been : pllied
to, and requested s... ,ii.,n~ lin-il Ilusu.. to, be
runl as elector for ther IIJllnr, ,1- 3.I, we he
hieve, the eounnuittceehaveobeen trlusinecaa-
ful. G:entleeden in t ee gnEl t bu '\ct

aliddle seems destined to give the Douglas-
ites trouble. Nobody will bite-"

NoL C TTs th t rltce o0 ti LiNG ai. ;ITE.-,
of Amlericaln Indepenld., nce r.. In IJ 1Itrg
of eigrhty ye~ar ;and upward, unna lly:
charles L'eroll, ot hI ,rylrlud. eu _.
n~liardlmlyil 11 o hadls od. r
samuel Admnts, afulsclau.t,
nbet Trea nP lne,
Wi liaml Williama, WVilliam Floyd, of Loug Islanld, 87
ulons Jfect can, of P tasi avania
George W~ylle, r' B s
Pran asi I wri, of South Wal s, In
Being~ an average of eigrty-six yenya and
two months each, and thle aggregate excess
of the "'time honored thirteen" over four
score is just eighty years. No deliberative
assembly of eqlual ltungustude was ever more
remarkable for virtue, temperauce, and
longevity of its members, than the one
which declared the American colonies free
and indepenldent.
seems to be a ne ro heldin bondage in this
State. The FishkillJournalatates: thait at.
HackenEack, Dutchess county, as smart,
likely negro, about 85 years of age, has eii
tred ist le nds withn or inchaun D~iddlu

said Diddle during hfeb antI Diddle is to
support the neagro. The parties seem well
satisfied with the arranlgemenct, and the ne-
goboast thah afo lda at euchange his

so Where is Greely? Where is Mfr.
Seward ?

to~s., 3r. Ex-President Van Bureo pre-
dicts that the vote of Newr York will be caps
against Abrahapm Lincoln.
The Editor of the Cedar Keye1 2klgrjaph
bl tr cied a fne Pine Apple raised In


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SAlTRDEAY, SEPT., 8, 1860.

AMEj~ss BURT Eso., of Palatks. Fla., i

scriptions, make collseedonrr and receipl rer tle
=;r=;==- -;rr= ~-=--- Z
"NactionalDemoncratic Nominations.



68~. IOSepil I.RHP.










We are anthorized to say that there is a
gentleman in the city who will bet FIVE
LARS, on the Governor's election, and will
gloe the opposition Jiee hundred votes-
Gall at this Of~ee-

S~en. Milton in St. Augr-


Oasiday Angust R1st.,kHon.a Jous
MItroH, our candidate for Governor ad.
dressed his fellow citizens at the Court
House in this City. Notwrithstanding the
hea~vy rin in the morning a large audience
including many ladies, assembled at 11
o'clock. Col. FuNcle L. DAnor called
she meeting to order, and introduced Gen.
Mrz~rox ho was received with cheers.
Before he commenced speaking; however,
notice was given that if any gentleman of (
the opposition desired to address the crowd
that an opportunity would be given for a
free discussion. No one responding, Gren.
MrlTou proceeded with his remarks, e
which were listened to with fixed attention I
frequently interrupted by manifestations
At the commencement of hris speech e
Gen. M., paid an appropriate comuplinent
to thle ladies present for the interest evin- I
ced by them in the public affairs of their
country. Such interests on their part he
declared to be every way becoming to their
sex, and he greeted their presence ongthat I
accasion withr satisfaction. He referred to
eminent women, famous in history whole
Iladacted a prominent and influential part
in the public affairs of their respective I
rcountries, and in this connection specified I
imong others, the examples of JOANl of
Are, ELIZABETH of England &0. In our r
own country, although it does not become I
the duty of the fair sex to assume so native | i
a part in political movements still thle man- t
ifestation of an intelligent interest in pub- O
lic events is not only proper, but constitute
one of the greatest inducements the rough-
er sex can hare to stimulate theml to ef- r 1
forts of self eaerificingopatriotism in defence a
of the general welfare-
Gen. MIILroN then proceeded to speak I
of the several parties in the field. The e
threatening position and malign strength
of the Black Reupublicans called for his r
first and special notice. This party, see- ~
tional, and avowedly Abolition, is the nat
ural enemy of the South. It proclaims as
its object the extinction of slavery. In t
tha vital respect it is dissimilar to every
former and other political organization ever
knoainin thehistory of the country. Thce
Democratic and Whig parties had differed
uponl subjects pertaininlg to .the domestic I
policy of it e nation alt large, and the suc-
c~rw or aree ftiCof eithler did not seri- I
O~lbl Illlipair the interests of the govern. I
mrent. Bfut the Black Rtepublican party
]Las obj~ect fundamenC~tally different. Its i
aba is n~othing less than to) overthrow the

Co:lsextutlol. Its daLrling objee', is to de-
prive the South of ita riplhts in the Union,
to rob itofits julst equality andby degad
ing the Slave States, to render their con-
tinuance as members of the confederacy no
longer tolerable. Of this powerfyl and
pestilent, party SEWARDu is the recognized
exponent andLIncoLN the chosen Cam-
paign leader. These men declare thleob.
jeCt of themselves and their par~ty to be
theureela extinction of slavery both in t~e
Stit/C W iR rk6 Tertilorius.
In commenting upon this position of the
Black Riepublianu party, he stated that be.
sides the~great loss of p operty and thle vio.
lation of our constitutional rights which
must preced-c the success of this principle,
there would result a seeiid rev:olutionl whlich
would change every relatlionl whichl we now
as Southcrnl men, susltain to eao ch thepr,
and whiell Would channge our presoult pr~os.
parity to degradation and slavery ip tle
future. 'Ahat the success of this principle
won a resal eonr ~ rul~ie suacc re

lotion aB to reverse. fie relative position
now opeupie 177 the two rages. Thlatgch
a result would follow he said was evident,
because all history demonstrated that there
must be persons to do slave~bor and per
form menial service, and if this labor was
not donle by Afrienna it m~upt be by whites.
that we would thus have involuntary white
labor in exchange for the slave labor which
we now haver; that while. voluntary la~or
was honorable, involunltary or slave labor
was degrading. Freemene in thle South
should never degrade it lay rolling then.
principles with their Inb~r.
After thus stating thle position of Lin-
colnl and his supporters and a lluding to
their strenlgrth anld powert he aIsked the
question, "Is not th~is aa iosse which the
people of thle South should meet, and meet
nowo~b .Idlyandsquarely?" God. MI., then
stated that if this was an issuo which should
be met, and of this nonle could doubt
BRECKINRIEIGE and LANE Rlld their party
was the only party that met it, and hence
all should join in their support; that thle
n, pporters of BRECKIaNRIDG and LANE
were the only ones who joined in open,
direct and bold conflict withl the Black Ro.
publicans upon the question of governlmen-
tal protection to the rights of property ald
the constitutional acknowvledgment of a
right of property in slaves,
creene, &c.
Uoder this head he stated that M~r. Bell,
although he might be an honest and able
statesman, yet that hie certainly wats an er- /
ratic politician; that he was notsaf'e in try-
ing times; that he spoke onre way and voted
another; that hie could not con~sistently,
with his IrcordZ, lchich recorl Mr. B. has,
but a few days ago said, will determine his
principles as well as hlis action in the fu
ture, veto a bill abblishing~ slavery in tle
Districtof Columbia, or a1 bill prohibiting
slavery in the territories, beca~use, judning
froml this record to which he referred us,
he is opposed in toto to the exercise of the
veto power, and in addition to this, hris ten-
der regard for the sensibilities of the Nor~th-
ern people, so forecibly expressed by Mlr,
Bell himself, in one of his speeches, would
restrain him from such in act; that this
opposition to the exercise of the veto power
was the foundation of his hatred to Jackison
and the reason of his withdraw from the
Cabinet of Tyler; his opposition to thle
Kansas Nebraska bill against thle voice of
his party and the voice of the South; his
action on the Lcomnpton questions evincing
thle fact, thatif he was' hlonest and was
looking for thle proper course, he then as
he? generally has done, viewed the interests
of thle South from a very strange stand
point; his support of appropriations for the
improvementt of Northern huslbors and the
navigation of Northern rivers, a systern of
public expenditure didliked and condemuned
by Southern men. These were most of
.he objections to the man, himself.
1st. That the Bell party, instead of war
:ingn against the common denemy Lincoln
rnd the Blalck Republican hosts, directed
all their powers against the forces of
BRECKINRIDGE anld LANE; that their speak-
,rs in the South nerkally and in-this
State especially, hlad little or nothing to
say of Lincoln and knew no enemy in thle
canvass except BRECKCINRIDGE and LANE)
that they have no platform from whlich
you can determine whether they believe
the Constitultion acknowledges thle right of
property in slaver; that the Black Repub-
licans themselves say that they are in favor
of thre Union, the Coastitution, and thle en.
forcemenet of the laws, and that thus, so ar
as they declare their principles Black Re-
publiennismu and C~onstitutlolnal Unionism
amount toone and the same thin~g. He
said to thle Constitutional Union men, that
they need not rejoice over the disunionl of
the Democraltic party; that they need not
conclude that a permanent diviaion had oe

The Practical Results of Eman- Is Millard Fillmore a Disunion-
cipation. ist?

We were forcibly imupressed by the re- Perhlaps there is nlo public man, even
markts of Gen. MILTON's upon this subject among Northern politicians, less likely to
in his speech of 31st ult., in this ,City. be charged with disunion secntimecnts than
Should thle Southern people be willing to M Rr. FILLMrORE. And yet, whrlen a canldi:
lay aside their constitutional rights and date for the Presidency~, in 1856, in a
sburl)it t0 thle emnancip~ation of the B~lacks speech at Albany, he stated, in the follow.
amon; us, (whlichl we hold as utterly out of i ng truthful and wreight~y words, hris views
the question) experience toleache us that of aeontinlgency in whlich disunion would
we light look forward to the m~ost disas-r b ecodie inevitable. W~e quolre a passages
torous results, front thle p~rntionl workingsI of his apeecl.
df this theoryl. B:ut wel niOw PeS a party organized in
We hasve only to review thle wa~r of races th'e Northl for the fl~t time selct~ingr candi-
forentures ast olenu tat te Bhks tcts forl President an1d Vice P'residenrt ex-
as well as all inferio enelrs are who~lly un- 1 vb;rtr l uot :eiou kf tledtita teslmwd t
able to keep pace with the raphii. I pog~r~Jjess cver the Souith us well as the North.
of civilization. We ha:ve bunt to poi:t to iy whas,:t rulle is a P)resident thus electedl to
the entire extinction anld dsrualctio~n of Eelect~ hisi L:linlet counCillurs, -his fo~reign
whole Tr~ibes of the Indian rac aua nci nisters ~, judgsl ando adminisravel off-
decelc of this fact. Notwpitha~t i~nr et re a s~ively rlo thes ritisiv -ofol elected y-
n~umlerous sums expendled by our Goverrln. take as c hinetofioer froml the South, thlough
ment in a hIumane effort to Ienue t' e-e un u-eas n ott Pire idento a VielPrca eth
happy creatures from that thmunsands hanve passed alway an~d me1 tihulg oTh pN@8 tal r, b eyndl yestion

TVe are unable to ac ~ount for tilis wrhole- lias th'e most voters, and therbfore has t ~
sale destruction of thousands ofbumanbe- power to.inflict this inljustice upon the
ing, uonan the hothsisthn tatSouth. But weca best judge of its s on-
ins upo se te yptei ha l~tquences by reversing the case. Sup-
all races, other than thle whlite or caucas- posed the Southl was thle most populous,
alon, are of an inferior order intellctuarllly. thle mlost wealthy, and possessed the gr~ent-
W~e see thle Indian and study hris organ- num'ber of electoral votes, and~ thaititeraoluld
ixlm anld by careful analysis find him belowr declare thalt for some fancied or r~eal in~jus.
tice done at the Nortn, it would elect nlone
a longway~, thle aerag~e standard of thle but a President and a V'ice Presidecnt of

wht 1 ae T~e study tll or~snis11 of thl sanve-holders 0 y ihe lifet o t is rul o
boelo the average sitandanrd of thle Indialn, you would nobdfit to this injustice? [Nlto.
and consequently wholly unnable to kcp no.] NO, truly you would not; but one
up iththewhie mn universal cry of no, woulld rewl thle shies!
"1' ilh ire lrit Ina. And canl you suppose your southern broeth-
.r I,;le havesee inl every insrtance of emnan- ren less sensitive than youlrrsele, o ledss
olipntion of thle sinves inl the West Indies jeatlous of their rights? If you do, let me
by' Franlce~ll and Eland that', the Negnro tell you that you are mistakep-apnd you
Slare whecn under no restraint and left to "'ust therefore perceive that thle success of
12.sucht a palrty with such an object, MUfST
hin obf b pedent u on hiown d irtions Rl A DISSOLUITION OF THE1 UN-

apathy very little short of absolute barbarismn How much does this full sholt of thre post-
~Il is too lazy and indolenlt to east, about tion now ocenpied by the Southcrn Denl-
hin for a subsistence a day in advlne-. ocracy, and for which they are sitigriratized
Then we ask in all candor, suppose thle by their opponents as T.i~sunionists? And
SomtherradSlare hdoldete wereto s ubnittito yet who can controvert MIr. FILL>Iroar d
Noting dpadgexpedeta propose' by tie argument, or meet thle force of his inlfer-
Nrlern people, what mighlt he ~ot expect ences? The circuunstances w~hichl, in hris
to see and experience fromu this theory ?- opinion, as they existed four. years ao,
Tmhy thousands of indolent creatures in a would render disunion inevitable, are
strt dta vtong hs ad oougtlwould stren heened by repetition and made more
of exterminationl wouhIl begin. and would th~e second timle that dangerous and detre-
never cease, until thle las~t of thle race would table plarty~ tol whrichl he referred aIs pur~
be swept froml thle I:me of the earthl. Thecn suing a courrse of s~ooilonal inljusttice and
ist nolt eminlently aI bttcr philalnthropyJ, i xas!Eeration. whlich if perslisted. inl Inuse
thaot would provide for the snhljneationl anld result il a dlirsslutiol olf thle Un~iic:l, hls
nlaintiainanc of thlese creature- ? IEvery selected its cannlidates for Pr~esidenlt :lnt
nlan who has ever studiedl thti* rluetion for Vice-Precsident exlcluriively from tale
will answe r i~n teafirmabtiveu uni~less he e North, with evident purpose to exclu~le the
a mamanor anaicbeteenwhih tereSouthern States fr~om all h~igh places inl the
is but a shande of difference. govrcrment. NJot olly hlas this been donc,
Weu enrli e;tly invrite the no~tontion of but principlesure lvnvbwd, nadac policy pro
every Southiernl maln, a slave ownelr or nout, plounded, whlich leave? to the Soulh only
to rollct well uponl this subjectc; and we degradstionr, sulbjeciork mnd dishonor
tel! tliem in all candor, thate thle crisis is WhVlo shall not say, as M~r. FILrLMna, said
upon us, and we may looki forward confi- that ;(the success of euch a partyl, waith
dent~ly tean attempt t) con1Sununllate thlis SUckL a) objiet, must15 be t dlissoluionl of t~e
end, (emancipationl) on ther parlt of a 'large U~ion?"
musyhof the northern people, either by We are ot Disunionists. A dissolu-
seizing therein YBS of Governmll en~t, or by tionl of the confedernecy, we deprueten as a
servile insurrectionrin alitho slave states; vast evil and calam~ity. But whlenever

I urred--this was all a mistake; that in 18~44
the Van Buren faction split off from the
Democracy and occupied in someo measures
a position similar to that assumed by Doug
las men; that the party after this diffe~rene
united again upon correct pr~inciples, and
so would the now divided Democracy unite
again in strength ahd power in thie future,
Gen MI. spoke highly of Douglas' talent"
as a statesman and an orator, and praised
hini a8 One who in thle past hald struggled
manufully for th South. Hie objeoced to
MrI. Doug~las, blcaluse in his Freeport speech
he had givenI hlis approval to aL dotr~ile
which violated thle constitutional ri::hts of
thle citizensu of thle severalB States, arnd he-
cnauseever since this speech Mlr. D). has
persistently aussrted anld maintained tle
position which hie thenl assuued; that Alr.
Douglan denies our constitutioual rights,
and therefore should not be supported.
dent nl d 170e 1 e-st oult of the Un te
States, Gen. MILToN stated that hie was
met st the thre hold by the charge of di. -
;uio isan froml te other party. Ih ~reply
to this he referred to the record of BREOCK-
Insame, to the principles .which he
(BRECKINRIDGE) DOW held and which'he
always hans asserted with regard to this sub-
ject. Hie stated that he himself wasa Union
man now and hlad always been so, and that
to support BRECKINrcRIGE anld LANE and
the principles emlbracedl in thle D~emlocratic
plaltformu, was the best means of seenring
tl nion in th uure.
That the Deulocracy of thle Southl, its
len~ders anld statesmen all proclaim their nt-
tuchmuent to thle Unlion. That this was the
only party which could secure the Union in
thle fiture uponl anI hlonoralble basis; ihat by
,appealing~r to Nor1thecr n men, their sense of
justicee and right, we can bring about a cor~
rect public sentimlent, get acknuowledgmuent
of our constitutional lighlts and secure an
honorable anld equall umion in thle future.
fle stated that it was thle duty of our South-
ern mien to support JiRECKTrN~rIDG and
LnaAN. 0Ccaus~e they asserted plainly and
opouly the obligation on the palt of govrerl-
muent to protect the property of its chtizens,
andl maintained that property in slaves was
constitutional right, because the Soutlx
should present an unbrokren front when
questions of such importance are involved'
tha alR8 116F IinODuSn ill strol RH 18880
should be exerted in favor of the rights of
thle citizens of the reveral S~tate of the
Unlion. AndJ beenuse uponl these questions
Douglas anld Beall areo bothl uncertril anrd
unsound,~l while 13RECKINRIDGE and LANE
had takenr a slair, orEN rosiTIow with re-
gard to theu.
Gen. M\ILToN then made a strong and
stirring aippeal to Southern men to support
that tiekert which wa~s mosrt likely to defeat
the purposes ald the hosts of A~bolition
anrd to secure to thet South its just righlts
and its eqlual positions in thle lllUnin W\hlt
party this is, on manr canl be at a loss to de-
cide for rimlself. Even those who now
concede their adhlesion tol:ELL and EveK
Irr mus1t, uplou rfiiCetion, p~ercive whlat
the interest audsafety of thle South de-
maund in a crisialikie theu present, and join
wiclhusin swelling the majority which
FloridaL will accord in November to
In conclusion Gou. J1., again a~ddreassd
h~unself to the numerous Jadies present
Ghanlkingor themI for theBir flattering attention,
anld declaringo that, inl common with every
true Southll~er manl~l he would defenrd thorn
to the last drop of his blood, against sa~y
perils with whrich the inlsane fury of fanla-
ticisml mighlt seek to assail theml. }Ve are
muenaced by our political foes with no com-
monl hostility. Th'ley aiml at the overthlrow
of our social order and the destructionl of
thlat fair fabric by wvhichl our Southemn so-
ciety exists. In1 that hlideous chaos to
which Abolition fanaticism would reduce
us, the safety arid honor of our womon
WOulc ineur the greatest jeopardy. But
in the chb'valrous devotion of their lous-
bands, sons anid brothers they may securel

G~en- Milton's Evening Speech. I
On the Evening of friday the 31st ult.,
a large crowd including mlany persons who
were prevented ao bearing Gen. MILTON,
at the Court H~ouse inl the morning, col.
leetedl at the "'Planterallotel," where he had
lodgings, and called hintout WVhenGen.
IM., appeared hie was greeted with enthusi-

'lnse wint tlia requ a hes i dre sed th
concourse inl an eloqluent and imupres~ive
manilner, greatly to the satisfooation of his
political friends. Gen. M., is a gentle-
ulan of ple~asing addr~eis, and superior pow-
cr aus a public speaker. Under his lead
.ecouldbt : tl etion t ae eeuls is
cal hi tolny, he liable to use facts and fig-
ures will teillng effect, while his courtesy
and fairness to hlis political opponents rend
nriteitnpossibl shat an uld ta ur of.
will give Gen. M1., a rousing major~ity-

already ha~ve several attempts been made.
We say prepare for it-"L an lounce of pe-
vention is worthl more than a pounld of

siasiver gene~l~ro.-TheI~ oplosition. saysi IIhe
Sc 1 i~len sl an. rcantd is Ilor objri s lays n
to Southern mIenl conlstiturional men g nor th, ~
In in 13! li a nit e\\ Iinlelf Iltln iift n
to thle who~le ba:tchl of aboli lort sch a rs, en -
Inveing therefulsal to admlit slave States in thle
Uiio< h un i ilion bf ilavery in the Ji s* t i
territories--the inlterdiction of thle slve trade
If~. I4wl r veef~ e innup iiteina let enu
litlLd, I~~answer to questione d his constituent,,
Saruds o firoof tof olition of shaer .a
and justice." L~et thle Southern: men of all
anrt as read and reflect. upon (110 altroeious sen-
"Tlre w ablenjie tia lur 1e ol dicsed
by Dr. Channing,8 inl his recent letter to iltr.
Clay, thalt it would be superfloous to enlarge
upon it. Iwill onlly say, thaut if, at thlis mo.
nlent, whlen amn ll important experiment is in
tain, tonboilalm rr is Ici n an hUi /eece~fki
Fiead of imitatinge their exlrmple, or even awanit
ing their result, should rusnh intlo a policy of giv-
Ing nu indefinite extension to sllavery over a
vast region inorlporated into the Union, we
should~btandl condemned before the cvlized
yol. )aol b in uor osp et to gainr cre -
rid of elavryc as oonr as possible. No exteiaa-
fOTd Uo WCe e a ly, in ia 18uirlthmenye, lo
uhl~gl us~ty rhi lus woulpo rer ,als'd o
gold hlad mel L us dlerf to the roice of HUM.LNI-
T1 unld J UJTL~IC. We should be self oonvicted
ofIlt EN ,IL.110Ue testI of blviog B' N
MNI~T to an evil, which, in concert with, the
rest of mankrind, we had a~fecedrr to deplore."

Gesn. aut n Dcie.
N'EW ORLE~hs, Aug. 30.-G~en. Sam
Houston has withdrawn fromn the candidn .
for dae Prelid ely, and earnestly presue on


thant event shall come~ as come it mnust-if
thle South is to be troulted as thle uassul of
thle N~orth, lelt te r.Esponsyibility lie where
it belongs-wherez Mr. FIrLLMORe 50 j18tlg
places it. Withl himu we say thalt without
equa~litJ. *md justhice as betwoon thle two
Great sectionslr of thle Rtepublie, there can
Sbe nro u~sion worithy of theC namel and no
continanlce of the bonds by wrhich our
feathers made us one people, fondly trusting
to our wisdom to masintain them unbroken
forecver. ,

Ig, A special de the Charles-
tenl Courlier. dated 1 s~hington, AugR. 2i,
s:l3 -118l inpo tant and ratherbunexpected
hinted in New York. TPhe Brecktinridge
and Lano lenders have at Inst agreed to co.
operate with the D~ouglas and Bell parties,
to secure the defeat of the Blacke Repuoll-
cans. Tle rranlgemuents For thle Uniaon
will be completed on Wedsesday next.
rYou can rely on this as certain. Thus the
last unil is driven into the politient cotlinof
Abrarham. ILncoln.

nAREb MdILY DROUPE.--There are
in this city fiva brothers, die- youngest of

men of fat liees, who do n0t usto therin
anyp form. We question if the instance can
be repeated in the obselrvaion ofanf reader.
-Ch~arlestonl Coulrser. .

IIEALTII OF nOBILE.--There were but
tenl deaths in Mobile during the week end-
ing with Saturday last. No yellow fever.

IlEALTII OF NEw OazEzANs.--There
wei 10 doath in Newa Orlicows watreek --
people are in high glee over this latter

I that. The first bale of newr Cotton which
habipype ce in or mairse -Rp ,qdugt to

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DIED, in this City, September thle 6,
1860O of Consumption M~r. A. O. "'PER.
PAdLL, a native of this City. I

Bgigg garther' 8 8011001.

18 Ii 11.=1... I.. .. 1 he servicesof
11.-- I as.,..~ I .~ Femalle Col-
inge 0i'; I:?. .I; 11. toI l ern hler school
Y .... ,, I Io flnriupr io atta~inments
and of eleg.ant aceolaplishmellnt. and hans hnd
muchl experience inl triain:Ibon-tyoulng, havi"E l
bee~l TenICherI.of J31sthematlis anud of thre La~tin
:...1 I`. .. :. i a...... :.. hell Famale Clollege lt
.' ,,,: ; 14,,' , in r vinu who hi al
wen nnltprl Fn f twor years at LanlCaster Penln..
I . . .1... Drawing and Painting. _
Mliss WriBigh sketUIchS readlily from nature, alnd,
iln ddlitiopl to theo onlienry studies anld thle lan-
..l i, l..: . .. 9..=..., in

Wright tool nthre pa;llonls of th~eshool, as a fisl-
edl teacher, Ivnd an irccomnplishool. ladry; and she
rlsl th eto her cirort* in bellj at e o e uct all' i
pp'lort er hor patrons an every part of the
sept. 8, 1800;. tr

~~J O

The enlterprisingy proprietor of
InTb e mee et ed~liiell n *1 Agent v kla wI,)
In ima <1 1 sul r rrln ~ ~in. .a erlllsr L'n1e tij

nawy with thle .l- ..;, I -=.. that is almned
of ot ther c mann oiy, I dlwhitchI 1)]u iljl'l~ t

dlitionall tcrnonimon fromn DR1. J61ACKSO 0,I A)s-
Ion. who testifies under oath To its absolhte

CE hlcpii~ IteSo 9 Oth, 1838
We have crrefully tested thlosample of Chea-
out Gr~ove Whliskey~ whichr youl sollt us and tind
that it collntns none of' the Poaisonlous Substanlce
kma vllsm F iliOil. rrlinich is it se cor ~eislie

geea ue OOTH1, GARET & CAAAC,
Anrlytical Chle uists
New York,~ Sept. 3rd, 18158.
T1 1< $ee any ro ss 1~mll hC esmu urlo-e
J r., of Ph$aadellphin, anrd havingo carefully !esitee
it.s1n ipo lelsede so 1lre Ilt it isu elirel 8.<< o
ir an~ unusuarllny Pure and line flavolred quailliy of
whisey.JAMEJ 11. CHlITON,
Analytionl Chemnist.

cI lhave mnvien oentical annelriic ofI coin up c
proves ruho fr~ee fr~ornl th heavy) 1 l., nud 1:
I velctly I~~uned anatulpe~lr l.ntl i
ure< inl ..i. l .;. |l eulle i er, ~

No. 116 Walnut St, P ilaelphi
Sept. b, 180s. ly
Y virtue of an Executioln i .I u-J~ ..J.f I
ure;ll i vt I e the~re~ oruditi o isril annd t
m~e directed andr delivoered in favor r wi'\illiaml I.
Griles et. al. vs. RufusKC.Sealn jBII10 wife lhave
leviedl uponl and will expose for salle ait Susanl-
nlLh, lievard county Flo~idlL on the let Monday
If A il 1859, at til usuothsm- bor sale til 01
uttereda of h:e Th~ousalnd thlree Hulndredl and
PClirty-throe Acrea, beingr the thlird paRIt of cer?-
taingrnat orlanldcontraining10 c,000i acres more
o i a frvl olo Inltrf nll

[For tlio 8t.Ahugustine Examuiunr.]
PALATKA. 28th Assust ISGO
M~r. Entrom:'=-You keep most induatel-
ensliy at work, I see, all throuslh thre hot
:reather and the heant of the campaign, and
perhaps afriendly word of recon entnto fru
Putnam County muay be pleasuut to you-
We are always glad to see your little
aheet over here,'and are particularly pleased
wpithl the increasing variety of the reading r
Matter ~uu fiurni us. A little spice of
tontroversy now and then~, whrlether upon a
gitioni, educational or religious theme is
he~idedly Hetisill~n theree l chbtweenl tre
partiranoneof th bitterness of plrsonal
feeling tha3t luingylea grall and worma-wod
with their ink;. Is it not a pity that to
Allible mortals can so seldous algree to try
tokrein which has tha best view of tratic
wdrlout one or both parties falling into
the absurdity and wrofigb of seeking: to
szcrtch out the eyes that do not see as they

Thisby thre bye. For one. I like gool na.
-ired iontroversy. If any pln provest that
J41 am oldingan opinion 3in polities or re-
-gion thant will not bear thre light of t~e

his dialectievictory. Nowm from pyhilosophly
to frot.
Palatlia facts dir generally few, and
neither bloody nor filthy enough1for thre lto-
gether too prevalent standard of taste
among newspaper readers-
There is soine exeitemenat in townl upon
thle subject of measures discussed forl thle .

a pp esso iev as~al oc niur to lorrbo n

this plce4 as in others inl Filorida, anld I
trust the villains guilty of the practice will
be ferreted out and punished,
Asto hotel items, it many be interesting
to sayp that Mr. HPEEL(, so falVOrably known 1
at Orange Sprinlgs and Enlterpr~ise, hlas be-
can~ the Proprietor of what was tle
Paintka H~ouse, and has effected so com -
pletea tralsforlmatio n in the piremises thut
it willnotknlow itself by its orld naile.
What he ill clll it I havea not learnei,
but, if Imistake nlot, his owzn nalme is all
thle interested public will care fohr as a
guarantee f po ie and elint attrention
to their wants wFhile they~ are hris guests-
Our worth P'ostmstheir is still at thre
North thlough1 epectedi bnek by every
butt. We have hlooweve, niot the slightest
neeabion to colnplini .of hlis deputy, wlo,
y as nny knowl, is a f'ull blooded AnSgu-
tisintu and pields to no. onle in, prlomlptncss
alud aecurlcy in the despnlteh of busilesr.
Whlllaon the subject of hlotle I should
havre aid that Capt. Block ha~s beenr for
tunateenoughi to secure thle services, for
hris house at Entler~prise, of Mlr. andll Mrs.
J.B. Askew, very well knloirn inl theil.

T1he Episcopal Clerevumni of this place
wenlt north several weeks ago; his Prest y
terlin brother expeers to follow hliml this
week, leaving thre wh1ole ground to thre mlin-
inter of the Mlethodist Chlurch
Iriright have rewnhked tha~t thre summer
here has been somrohat~ warmu; but olet by-
gones he by gones." It is quite tolerable
now. Yours, C.


SNortheorn Manil closes Satu~rdays at 9 P. M\.
Sand Thlulrdays at 11 A. MI.,
Southern Mail closes on Saturdalys andThurs'
days at 8 A. Mh.
Northeorn Mail is dure on Thuvrsdays and SJat.
urdays lay 12 P. MI. 4,
southern Bfail is due on Friday at 12 MI. and
Sundays at 5 P. Ml.
Sullndy the oilce will be open for delivery
froml 7 to 9 A. Ml.
.OFFICE HOURS From 9 to 12 and 3 to 5i.

Prospctus of the Daily and WReeky
Observer -
grees ofoulr city fr~om this da~te, and such
is thle inocreased inltel~ret manifested amonG
ourl businessf men for the estabdishmaent of
a1 daily paper in this city, that we find it
absolutely nlecessary to corulllence the pub-
licaltion of the Dhll Y OBSIERVER. ON
MOUNTII, Sk:1PTEM~BER. It will alwayrj
zealously, but respectfl~lly, co-operua wte hl
tlloumeac of Fl1 id illna mntlaxuin[
All State interests anld whatever will add
to tboe prosperity of our young anld growing
State will receive diue atterti~o.

L~ec it be distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER will always contain the very
latest news of the day, reports of muarkeot
and carefully seclected matter of value and
purity f'or uset filrily circle. Partl~icular
attenltion wrill be givenl to mattersa and things
occur~ring in Alabamla and Florida.

Gf o up JINT IsTN i Al o stoic3 Cndislate
thle followving times and plarces:
.Tl 01sonvillie, W nesdny, Augusta.
Volusi n, nlon ty, Septem'r 3.
E~nter~prise. Tuesday 4.
Orla;ndo, Thuredln 0.
lehepucoksassa, Saturday, '8.
"iekcville, Wollydn~ f
Surnptorville, Thursday, 18.
Ocl, Snturday, (( 15.
Palaxa, Monday 1 7PdS. "I.
Irac f\ee, usdaurly, c 18.
I lWedneda, L' 8.
Stairk; iusdy 21."

All Olppositionl Speakers seeinvited lo atictul-
and pall~i!t~iciati discusslion.

CHArR LESTO N, 8. 0*
Picolatn, Jlcksoncille anld allLaudinbgs
on thec Riveru ~FeLlrcnandius Fla~. Sn-
vularnn Gac. I. >.. . eanl-
folrt 85. C'


Will leave PalRIks~Revery M~onday night at 12
o clock-
ol elenr I icolata every Tuesday nighltat 2

A La prs usehnung no Cliso ead
late of St. Joh~ns County d-acesed, are required
to exhibit thre same within two years; and those
indebted to th~e 3rt~ate are required to make
immnediate payrenlt to
Auus 11 s THIERII' CAP xL Ix.

LL peron nete oh Ett 110Q5 ~ 8n. Ixolix.

LE~OS~ltDY lateof' SI. Johla(scunty~ re-
ceased ate rc~ieque.4 fM inake~i iniiiulieate pay-
having elililNIinginstl dll(U~h 1;Jid l Esur, are re
Irtin o tc~w edhi ascic vionhmi be 1)4l
bar of theCir paymentI I
~S~Ilim A. LI:O Slley.
St. Augumstinle, July 28 1800. ~ sw

APPLICATION~ will be m~ad to th~e next
Ceea;ao ll of a Rorids for nchiar-
.<, I 1...I ...... fr~oml #ereign countries, unerr
corn .y. I :routheth~i Exiport1 llnd Impost
Juloy 28, le800.

RjiIiz, deceased are requesofted to make ims-
mnediate payment to the unrdersignedl.- And all
prlonelrrhIving oinims against moe saitl eansue
Senr e r ohsnopc enwiltist? saad i ar bn
their payment.
JOSEPH~ C. FERREIRA Admninistrator.

AI p"'onsidebtdt ieeuEstae of W 1
immnediate paymrent to thre undersigned. And
rll ersn a quiringclacins against te years, or tlus notice will be plead in bar of their
pame.OlEOGE COLEE, Administrator.
June.Solsco sw

ALL persons indebte~dto theEstate ofSTEPIE-
ceased, ar rA esed o m~ei me ite pdJ
ment tag sh I~na ers pnl a ll} aesn sni~
duly n~uthenticated within the time prescribed
by law, or thris notice will be plead in bar -of
their payment. EDWVI ns Ttor.
June 9 18150. 20m.
hIX months after date, I shall make applion-
cox tiou do hie Jdg of Prob to of St..fohnsu
charge s the Admlninistratrix of thre of Estate
William hesbout, 4eceased, 1stedofsaid eonnty.
Feb.' I8. 1860. M. D HEN str tiz.


500 9ol oon.lj br"l Flu. .

Candles, 5 Unfrels Oil, 40 kegs Nails.B I bags
ro e s ,a ljoxes starch, W eslsks Rlice, bl
August 18Is. .ECA .
Indeleble Ink.
,L.ACK ad Ried Inlk. Letter, Nole, and Sta..
Js ionlery.
ril 4---RN1B. E. CARRL,

Lookrn GIsss
LARGE Size Plalte Closs, Ie Rooml Ghtesa,
&c. &c., U. E. CARRll,
JuneII\G 2 U 1$-~i, 18150.e i-
11 tnllr for m nonikd p a( rm b, tlo

everything concerning thle physiology and r~elal-
tions ar our sexual1 system, arnt the prodnesion~
or prevention of off- ring, incaluing all hie
new discoveries nleverM bauled atvein Ie TZn-
ilreall evl anbe and interesting work, i
is wrilton in plalin language for th~e general
reader, and is illustrated withl numerroui EnI-

cotmltin alast iage anin te est
impedimaent to married life, should read this-
hooki. It disclosies secrets thant ev rone shouldl
be acquainted withr; still it is a lIoe~th~nm must
b-.locked uip and not lic obout. the .l111ause. It1
will be sent to any one on the receipt of' twenty-
lieoar n apocie or p~tno e6 a nxs b.i

No nmtter whaot may ~B ~your disePII sia, efr
you place yourself under hie care_ of any~ one
of thre notorious QUACKS -nstive .or -.foreign--
a oyo hr rof r. Bo g'i 'B oks anrerd
it carreftilly. It will bothe means of savingyou
oanly a dollr~,your health, and possibly your
DR. YOUNG can be cousalted on any of the.
di iecses de pr ch reTn b 's pulcain ,1 a is
August 26, 181i0. -tf

A Lfr se tleT tngnlirr I s~e, w be ~spa
ed of at low rates to close.
ConsistingR of--40 Bodsteads nIl Sizes; 80
Mntruasses; [Hnir and moss;] 150 Feather Pil-
lows; 40) Bureaus Mahogaany &<., 213- ,Dining
Tables assorted; 15 Looking Ghypes; 12 Dozj

aisu andn extenlcsive assortment or al kinds, of
8pL 8n~e requi~re in a largo -Ilotu id ST

SW~INNEY'S Cash Store
et ]5

Gten. Edward Hopkins.
Mlr: Em1)Tot:- The11 oppoSitionl could not
have been pludlty of a more fatal blunder
than is exhibited in their announcement
that severl gentlemecn were coming over
fromu Georgia to make speeches for Genl
H~opkins. Here we discover a full aod
ample admission on his part of his inabilit,3'
to cope with~ the "nnterrified Demloorney.
I do nlot wish to be understood as saying
that, Gfen. Hopktins is not a good speakeilr,
or that heo is nlot an accomp~lishedl gentle"
man an Ircholar, but I do say that hie has
a very hard cause to defenll, sand in conlso-
quenuce of thle unpop~ular~ity of tha~t c~lausit
is lpdgrlenpa J l out, ll~ 180CS l Cl
a h Illl irll(olFr l l u~cller jure
forpottenl heu was ever a cond~id~te.
Th'lis is thle second fisl in the history of
Florida thalt "Lforeign~I" nlid has bhe: must
erdi~t cli e 1 ile oplex f thle
br 2 00 r, t thefirst instanlce it proved a falilure, and if
enrried into otfeat (of wh'lic.h there is much :/
uncertacinty) will prove abortive in thle
seedond instance. LI1a B1845erds Tor'o s
4u to baoaens wie si 2 up, fortune of
Judge Patnam,in hisJ contest withl that
ster~ling ~demouclra David Levy. It proved

and Judgre Putnamr staid at homle, andr d6id
lIkewise, these are but a few of the powecr-
ful unauswerable arguments inl favor of the
sound ~es* of delocratic rlinlci les. len
of sen se p~oliticall sganccity, Rnd hOlneSty in
the ralnks of thle oyppsition whenr they soee
noI inlstanlce of the practionl worilking~ of their
lheor~y, anld diacove~r its Total untioness to
rour system of 1: I... ar .II~a s..rl; ~~... ..

reneous doctrines entertainedl by God1.
Houpkinls, and so ably advocated by himn, in
thle end abandoned, and that he too, will
do l Zle I ; 'Coonabs, Stiaylcs j as
I hope yet to see this:, it :annut. be knrpols-
sible, thle G-eneral is a velry senrsilde lan.
B~utalbout these Georgialorratlors, let'em
coul if they utl dispuosed to so po et 'c

man tha~t ever didl live, theyq will nout makle
mnore thanl onle or two rpechles in thle houlr-
inlg of Milton, H~iltonl or' Oull. They~ alre
jque theu viiryluen whoe cano coulvin 10 al

to wier 1 Tanil aznnn vcct o theas h l, or 11012
kinis s~peechesj either, that they~ are inl tle
wro1ngr p~ew, and thlese Georgpia orators still
go back to Ge~orgia arnd tell the people of I
Ge-organ thlat, thlere are m~ore demlocratjs nud
a?,troter denivel~rne ill Florida llatn t 1 y
and Everuitt, nbd G;eneral Lloptins6 stanld lo
cha;nce of Can~l~il y~ uinFloran, and1 tha~t Fllorig

LAN i~and MILJ.ON by tw~o thoursrand
luajor~ity.-Lilat's so. SHD.

Tuse Spulett, lAquduc:t inl It~aly. built by

1/.I It still bluppliUS waitelr to tle

feet span, the extre nte arche)(S %1 fet, nu<] l
the: folur mothers~ ofinterme51diate spum.I Tilt
I llsc ars af a rdo~h ll g< (1tir n do 1 i ua
tion. The stone piers were localted on east
ran screw-piles, without the aid of coffer-

frain Paris says:
K~ossuth'a prolonged stay in Paris has
not beel without nicaninigr. Thle certain
granot ot a liberal constitution and a separ-
ate governmentcn to f-Ilungary has been the
tiall onix P vu serecltv bd elii

sill leavre Jaeksonvrille every T'ouesdy night pATLY OBSERVERL. $10 00

ci : e l aninsvey Tesdy nghtat Ly~sers roluughout theo United S taes
1 Trilll leave Savanush~ every W~ednesday night aeling as our Agents, will receive a conl
RETURNING In n of 20 per cent on all money. trans-
WVillleave Chanrlesoo S: C. Sslurdaly 9Io'clock nIARZVONI & JONES.
A.3. ARR(IVING Pensaeola, Aug. 2d. 1860.
At Pa~larks FL:1. 310nd~lty Evenings

CBTY T~II~ C~* For thle prevention and cure of Fever and
will nitendi at the1 City Hanll to the collcction In y a~n trahl ll kn dwmlrfdg rPIo le
of city Taxes for theo year 1800(. Hours hle- sent proprietoraYby a friend whoehas been a great
teen 10 o'clock and 12' A. M\. TJhose persons traveler in Persial and thle Hloly Lannd.
nlnhne enot nlbl thi 11com bll~t }I 1 so pYlier go ng deown tol aie kulntepina I ee
JAMIES F. 1' aLE Ou nicvrn 2his condition, one or dth BIon -

August 2j 1860. '*W~earthis and no Fever w~ill touch you." AIL
though11incredulonsas to its virtues;hbecomplied,
NOTICE!. and experiencooli mediate reli-f, aind has since
( AKN u in he ity f S Augstie o malarious coraplaints.
Il~n anhenni IC~hnre aogi: to 3I beil- Onlirthle~r i 1 ~igt rn al wonthat th
10l~l Itoii ICL1 of a schirto. .ehaonsaid thatf it couldl only be obtained from tle
1 JAME~S B. PONCE, I 'irlaT n ll econ ra mei 1s le ntorbadt is
AepusCit stai ]( i. fr~omb im thesEccret of its preparation, and na-
AuusS581 cetainedwvhere themeldicinal herbswere fousd,
PRODAT..iE OFFICE 61T. r~i!: C(i.. T r~nili s l stcompoundeep. Th ond ra
gs ugust lief in the minds of the nativesin the miracu-

Dy~hlotsie lli gptoweisoftherica, iths .been tried
withr the hapiesl~rt eIfeC~t by several Ladies and

re~ci t. ohs. conyFrGoen rulhgen nth~ld ilunise Fevers-i nrow offerect
e in 1 rio or en~l nal ori i t It il l be s et by la i nall pr paid. h i th full ed

oah tulooa ipers us lre aIppointed Inspect- 'lirec ionias for use, onl re iipt, of one Ij;lianr. in
For S. Allugutine Prlecinet (election at. the St. R~ichmeond, Va. Brannch O~fice, Bank6 of Comr-
Coulrt Hiou in) Lohn S. Pulrviance, Nichlolas n'"rde lluilding, New tori Ad< & CO.
o of Picalnts Pro flrt (election at the Hlouse Jul 14 1880.O S Cy.

of Joseph C. Yerreiran) Geor~ge CIOloe, Sr., Jasr.
Colee and Jacob Lie.
For Mouasin Branlchl Precinct (eledfion at
colws~ olar hlldi rr) AD Ro ogero, IEartolo
,-. . 'I. !'recinrct, electionn at the
-.!,,, 1. ,,i.n.; Thoma~s T. Rlurssll, and

TorI~al Tovn IPreiot leopi ano Ro ls 1
L. i0 S bley.
Pur a dcefseence Precinct (edclo et ~the
Vilrgil RI. Dupon, 'James Pecllicer, Sr., anld
Gen. WY. D~onal.laun.
Four Trout Cr~eek Preeinct (election at. the
Ioon-:e of Rlobert Mi~ckrler) near the ford othXml-
sons Urmnl loelt 1 .lickler, Stephen Ferria
Polls to be opened at 9 o'clock A. AI. and
closed at 5 P'. M\.
Inlstruptio~ns to the InFpctors of the October
election mill be forwadeil (wiLh the bblan Poll
blook) to thle wsevral precincts, to whlich thle at~
fention or,thle lupetos is r espetfll a ged.

Aulgust 25 1880. Judge of P~obate.
fIlaw.Ps ZolUNTAIIs

IIE attention of Parents and Guardians is
respectfully called to thle ad~alntges of-
fered by this Institution. The Principals are
graduces of thle Miilitary Aca~demies of South
Carolin\, and thleirnlssistnants have been selected
willd grant icare. Their classical teacher is a
Co let ae, Rld b lepIa~c t le r eha bee it e
fully prepared in Paris, France. This .Insti-
tutioun is modeled after thle Mlilitr~y. Acad~emies
of South Calrolian, and a classionl department
is added, shea affolding ath~orough~ educational
ouse.' Tleocoholne islequal to any in point
Terrms: For every expense except clothtug,
$29 per school year of ten months. A~ppth
catiof for thle half year commencing in Junre
'vill please he made as early as possible.
Manj. M(. JENKINS, ~ni~Pr als
June 2--18 0i. A OAD ep .

Oqpl B~kie.

by WVm. RPEYE, to whom application may be
madle or at this allice nerly o1pposie. .

The Muastnug Liniment cures Rheumatism-
Thle M\ustang Linimeont cures Stiff Joints*
Thled Mustlung Linintent cures Blurns and
Thle 1 ustang Linituent csres Sores, Ulcers
Cakedl~reasts nnd Sore N\ipples; Neuralght'
Corns and \arlts1and isw\orti
To th~e Ulnited States, as the preserver and ress
eslpilon va lls, no ns, adb i Joills sic.
Did your ever hearl of any ordlinary Sure, Swel
lilB, Sprain or Stiness either on man or beast,
whichl the M~ustanlg L~iniment would not cure~?
Did yo ever visitany respectalble Drugrgist in
a ye ear of til ~vd sin Erp,e Asir to
dlircovery of the nge? Sold everywvhered
Every fjurlgly sould have it; three sizes.
BARN:.Es: &PARK, P'roprietors, Neyo-Tork.
Aulgust 4, 1800O. ]n.


ALL, persons interested in thle Estateof Alferd
ha~ nbb 1czxd ol intieEl of

tetion, inl the Circuit Court of St. Johln Counlty"
Florida; f~or leave to sell thre following Rleal
Estate of which said Johln WY. McCrabb, died,
"ei el i p.11B asesse : f Sc.E20 T. 18e I
E. and R. W. f of Sec. 9 aud NC. E. } of Sec. 30
anld E. }of P. E. t and 17, 4 of S. WY. ) of Sec.
29 of T. 11 S. RE. 14 in the Cou~nty of See and
also the \iY. a of S. WV. of Sec. 2 and the R. E.
t and E. B of R. W. } of Sec. 11 and North Hanlf
Is nnro-n r a e > r.e a ~erianly it codusty
and appear before the C~ircuit 0ourt of thre
County of St. Johns on the 4th. Monday of
October next to answer to the said Petition.
April14-180, dministrrtor

April 7-1860,

Pmr~lity WsOR.

W~ififeTEf rllt bExtra for Faml e a
on1J~ 5la 1 11t ining. B. E. CARIR.

UST Received a lot of Choice Black, Old
Hys"ou, Yong do, very Super~ior.
June 23, 1800. B. E. CARR,

Bl. Ir.Entron :-1havebeeninformedre- t e ril~rcy b~~llil ~ilS01 tl Ilt liY tIll b~311 d ~niII
gently by guluentl m ien h seein wIell ad- iPIs old palace of Bludal. has just beenl The above sale1 is postpond until ther ]st
visedl upon tthe subject that, Col. Johnl M[. discovered, and wansto haveu burst onr the aMonday in any~.
Hansron, who is' a resident orf the City of ocensrioq of St. Stephel's 11ungar~ian cele- Th']e above sarle is postponed until the firt
St: Augustine, and hasI been for sieverall bration, towrarldtheo endc of August. Th'le .11Onday" inl June.
months, is a. candidate for State Sculator Emoperor of Austria, acting: under th~e ad- 31 a Ioxli usal is postponed until the first
inone of the Senatorial Distriots to thle vice of thle R~ceget of Prlussia, haes made Thle abov sne is postponed until Ithe first
South of us, said to lie the eighlteenth k Inown his intenltion of accoording Hunga- Mondas inl August.
cofoposedl of thle counties of 8umpyter, Or- riun independence onl the 18thl, his natal MTheaabove sale is postponed until thle first
ange, Volasia and Brevalrd. day. This wise conduct \vill not 6nly save au'lhe bin Ypl lnor nex 4utltefrt
Should it be the fact as stated above, I firec, bullet, rope and sword, but Hungary Tlctandy rin n pos poned ut il rs
SID entirely a t & 088s tO 8000unt for Col. ii., itself (for a little while longer.) to the Ilups' Thle above salle is post.ponedl until thle first
greatdesire togo to the State Senate at his burgs. Miondaly in November lext.
timle of life, he is getting old and should ----- Te above sale is postpond until thle first
Itow be laying aside the pomp and vanities aIi?' The best mlot of thle season Wans aI nda inl Dece olber next. luilhefrt
of life and be prpin 1 or eoter state of made dur ng the dapunan pon 1010 li, sy a on ilaea.y a usua2 s > oned until the first

Upon instituting diligent enquiry, I played by the Comulon Counnel. 'Ah Jronday in February next.
have learned that the Colonel is an earnest here," he exclauiled, "omoe thre lights-fin- The above sale is postponed until the first
advocate of Internral Improvement--isa gered gentry !" Its intonse applicability M\onday in alrchr next.
stock holder in the Tocoi Rail Road, and becomes daily more evident.--K2 Y Yol- *I' "be sailen postponed until thle first
goesin for cleaning out, deepening and tanlteer. Theu above sale is postponed until the first
widening, where necessary, thle Oelawahn monld.y in May next.
River, and wants some land granted by the A lady residing iri Rtichmond, Va., gave Thle above sale is postponed until the first
Assembly for this purpose. birth to twins on MoudayIlast, whieli stranlge monday in June next.
An inlsurmonutable bsrtacle presents t~~i::l:lo s ~ay~, are uited~~c by? a ra iaenvr h bove sale is postpoed until the first
itself to his taking the seat in the Senlate, siia o h aos ims tis n Maabv i lyulen is oslponed until thle first
shlould he be elected, in the fact that her fortunate y th~ey occupy the positions of fitce- Monday- in August next.
.has not rceside six mlonthrs next preceding At last accounts: both were alive and doing Thle above sale is postponed until the first
the election in the distries above named. well. Monday in September next.
WSillthe Colonel enlighten the public in The above xonle is postponed until thle first
refesence to this subject or does he prefer i IS on crustdynld' bnehelorsas lae thins I Monda'y in October next.W.BDVI,
doing sph things as quietly as pfe~ible? it rob r~ ed d 1 o Aing Sherifft u~ltWm Brear County.
I say that should he want to represent that e es* Mrch*5th--1839.
disdtielet himu live there, and noutattemupt g Ilct ou ks n o he LV K t\1 l 8k:
to dodlge the musqurpitoes and goto tile Sen- m4 rtywmnhs n nte, LV A ADFRSL.
.ate too VIRG a 's uilp, on comling into room, because
o. .oo~ oday adil 300ga Acigte en I dubon
au?" An Inldianr, being at an Englisih- 1 hto ohnavaga on. Tli tract ishniy um-
manls tble at Surt oexpressed hissurp oss' qluantity of froth ooze out of a bottle of judge, "every man who knows .me, knows situated about 17 m lea south of St. A~ugustine,

dottr et oo s fh et;wl mh32 t
of the bottle but hlow the doc Sid one you hmsl to a mean causr; hie :}Ways g~etsd MAPLE SUtiAl.--Just received.
Amer contr ve to squeeze it all in. P" ch down." A ugust 18. B. E. CARR.

AT TOCOT on thre St. Johlns
river EaSt Florida is now open
for the reception ofr Boarders-
This Hotli tes recently been
Ialt a~nd~l ne l fuRnisked. It is on .the East
aside of the St. ~ohns river six miles aovre Plco-
Ia a~l crun use o neu r s:J n, Bd
Pith Pt. ugustine. A line of stagest ail icare
il s o o f 'oco enpi th
A rlicants for bonrd l ANlpons Fla. t

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FIsEW~ Yonr pzaluos.


EsTAI~sE.ISED 115 1828
TE.I. lgambers, Piaeo ManuI-

(Formerly Dubois& S~todart, and Dubois*
sacon & Chambers.)
Warerpow~,s i the "SBible Housp,"
dtop 8tR1Street R 4th AVepnB
--4-~~v'AW YOR CITY.
Tfhisjsereiable placeto purchase. Orders
7 letter faithfullyegecuted, and perfect eatis-
,V. onB-n for a circular oi~th deseritydon of
styles andac~addqe offrices.
Alarch81i.U8i. Bm.
A~RDLINES, lachores, Capres Olives,
S. E. CAnR,

COLLNSJ Aues, SpadesShLovels, Coin gills.
Gj rubbing !lyes, CUrryT Combs &0.

75Kegs Puire White Lead,
40do zink do dlo'
3 Br ls iour bpe nine.
10G Boes Glla~ss
Paints Brusbees A~C. B E. CAnRR.
Anne 9 18i0

g~~ on rs~o os .

a bea assorted; 15 Looking Gtlasses; 12 l~osj
Sheets, Quilts, Spreads, Cr chery, I~tahen Uten
sils;andaextensive assortme nt of all kinds,of
appendage re~uired in p. glarge HoSTeMUT

Fresh 8;roceries. .
UOST received apresh supply of Family Gro.
crc t S\WINNEY'Y Dashstore.
at 15

B~altimore Provisionrs

For Sale nt DAZ #OO. EI. CARIL

~From Baltimore.
G general AssortmpeatofChoice Groceries at
~ilowelt Prcaice';'s fr as
arsch 23-186:0. B. E. CARR

Rlye & Badckwheat.
-po~al 3c -163. E. CARR'R.

Jhnst received. U. E. CARLR.
Angnst 18.

Extnenpon Dining Tables..
(AHOG~ONY Tables, ide Board, Card T~-
bles, &a., U .CR,

Promla altirautor,;

.6 0f0sle 200 Bble Flour 25 Bble Pork
SBbis Lard 745 Paciagee.
March 24--1860. B. E. CARR,

zFRseeived. Also Butter, Cheases, Ctrckera
srBacon, Pork. &0. B1. E. CA1RR '
June23. 1860.

;sln s6 Iap Wck ,~odlhs, atre ulc
ek., forSalest PI..19.0ARR'S. *
June9 -1860

~yOIrE Hams, dried Beef, m a IBeof, merse
white Berqs, oplit Peages, i oge,
Jan, 21. B. E. CARn.
Atgagnt 18. B. E. CARR.
TVT dihsrhh dfom scb, idladio frmNew
Arps ,Postatos, Onions,nuckwhveat,asssorted
DCreep. B E. CARR



(Purthy II. ? DERakaP,)
go. BYBOWI Y.1%ew York,.

making it one ofthe

in the United Strtes.
They are p~repared to offer great inducements;
to the Wholesale Tnrde, Sor Cash or Tidle.--
Their Stock consists, in pblgyf, 4(1

tiAlso Cane la Ad~o DB s'a Rk O TEqunli
larg etk; EN~E~ s,~III~ ~l31U
i sto, fr1 a o C100"MlnAnrus
Jenaly IJER4 and Extension Peggi
Bed badas
6 isp or ...1. especially . i-u Sluthern Tiadot
STbeir faeii~tiqs fo nsbr factor~r defy om-

NolOoods Retailed on Time.

",Rla-s a amoJFUT or r~pean nota To on.""

"'Costar's" Rat, Rotch,&e~. Extermine e

"otrs ebuEtemntor.

"Costatr's" Electric Powder, for In-
s pots, @
Rant Ronech M~eee-31oles-Groun d Mice--
3e 1 Buoge-k~(~ nts-Moths-Mosquitoes-Fleas
-Iset Or l 6 1 10 fa~s rnir. 18,A., bc.-

10Years Eestblishred in Newv Yorkr City-uset
by the the I iy Post-(ifice---he City Prisons
and StnIion Hocuse--the City Steamers, Shiip.;
& c.-trhe Citllotels, *'Astor," "Rt. NicLholas "
ke-.--and by more than 20,1000 private famli-

Ip@ Ifiuggists and Iretailes everwshere sell

pi~ Whoesale.4gouts In 11 tfle hrge~ cities

a~8 T! rtr! !~nns; opperiojus imitations

Al?# Addreassordetrtiarlr "( Ca.rcular to Deal-

II"iin n, CoBTAn, Pz~rr. Ueasor
jl1 1580~apwA,(Opplosite SL Nicotls Uotel;)

"riu-2sco. am.

so canl.OUTTE _T;REE'Us
ar'LN nowlm prpre o oaer lo pny old friends
of Ialis Zamcent city aundAt. Johlns county
a~lst senrdid alssorbuiest- o 41 &po awintiera~y
ptud at sixr do I~ic o si rcty i

Iivnds eacompanlied withl the cash wvill;6
'' ' I~' . 'Il.L to a cp rcls

p" rilnchusIl chi fuiue ur .tretty dulln
fo LTo onee list or reflw or~ MsIi.b; g. .

DR Y OO 11
Consisting of F~lrL anhisod cIloth, Doe Jkin C:o
simeres, I'ilot I,].-.0 , -.i-.**l yl d Ki. Je
Tweed Cloth, I,,, I~..i., n r== aies Cla ,
; erinos otall colors, FiguredaRndy I.I, L,..Im
i rey nlelesia negr Uhkt s, Inll.ll Li.
rloes, Malk naw Iblankets, N'egro Kerseyc, Mcs -
Ina, Irty?, Lais n lms es 1I, Gien s
platn usuj9~ Yey Clo~ oufrning
,;1I:... osut .ziu bnrlus, fe

$300 000.
081095---98%] SQADWAYy as
so wars, SISBE i

This Company Insures Baldinge~, Moercham
dise, Ships, and their cargoes, in Port, IIonpee
hold Furniture, and Personal Property
generally againstLoss or Damge6.l pilre.
JOSIAhI W. I!AKERPreaidsidnt
JOHN~ BODINE, Vice President.
WMr. JaFFaARY secretary:.
4.118. R. FAII)LIBlyg8
Agent, St. Augustine.'
June 28.

SS~elal~co~cingKrs i S1.75 per Gal
rushedd 8 gar IU -2

Op 2en ustr 31C
Adamann candles eo.per Ib.:
Elepha~nt Oil or Lamps !.?t, A3.,


SAVEs A are Dcales ~Bfl ,
AIV~ G Bm Kco B LL



I* No TIME rs,
arena can orD war,
alr ,sn A cm'




on auEm a o
a Evey attand a rv EB batRUt sh
ofits butS accreenom
o t o r nu g he n I a f r Indt

Bliss' Dyspcptie
Remedy has th l ar-
a1I( GtIY

S~` War & H ted TL

Debility PapUita- Y

THNrelT. ILW RIS secil


pr odl r~ ~aro es alRo bt us s n d.

+BsdltbeS Ofe an peufayinlrs and

Vm VR~i S a lid `6

Apil Il--li (F 01


fort sale is 1. y Asperb

Aprie l4180 Be E. CRI(.

*iG TA LE,0 0 Peas, Cor a e.CLh,
,Arld 11-8( Ge~i


Announce thatb, having made great improve-
ments in the manufacturer of Kierosene, tey alre
now enabled to offecr it to the TPrade at
Thle attention of customers is respcctfully
unlc0t (Il 11boill taie fu ae ui o

A M1n6 d Nb RORIGON.

SOg Broaclyay, New York,
After Jnay let, 1880 st 01 ,URiOAD WA two
doors fnrm the-St. N~icholas lote[.
Thle Btere0800pe isithe most fastructive, in-
t resting, entertaining, qn~u~sg, and exciting
rotue to 2 o ung, ne toodold,o n one t

No ho e es coplr whold it, and it must
15 Ipresents to your view every~part of Jhe
wort1, in all the reclif, boldlness, peraspetjve,
and chanrpuses of Aqetlil, as if y~ou wrcF6 on 1Qe

Eu ape bs2, rfica, Anrci in senll c t e
grutlt an ted eh-zaib ani he rr {ult of their
We halve an inllense variety of paper Vicws
of scenes in Panris, Londonr, Enghtuld, Scotlalnl,
1FIrelnd, Wales, France, elgcbium, Hlolland,
Switzrclkad, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fonta~inblean,. Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, E~gypt.,
Athens, the Holy Lanid, China, India, Crystal
Parlacealso G~roupls Historical, amlusing, ma~-
riage scenes, hrreakfasit scenes, pie.nics, tatitu-
mi rd Fteil~ /. I ..l.i /~. .. n d
Cathedrals of 'Rage,. 11aly, ke., &@. :Ihle ef-
feet of these illtuimbittd liepyBH is m~ost remarrk-
Every gentleman of wealth and refiriest tasia
s~h~ould have in hlis drawing room some of our
exquisitevievs on glass, with nrevtolvingstereo-
scope, showing 12, 25, 60 or 100 scenes. Noth.
nno gratr Isc n o e ft 1n found cfhn pin "
resque and thle beautiful.
Anthoan'y Instantaneous SGteroeacope V'iers
are the latest Phlotoglrapino wonder. 'Shey are
tak,.n in thle f~ortieth part of a secon~d,an 8 Ceveg'
thing no m~atter howv rapidly it nmy be musring
is depictecd as sharplly an~d distinctly as if it hnd
lbeen pfecttlgly atres Thiagzve~is rilun itionl
II Il.b.. i ,11.- .1 .. ...3 iI, .: i
. ..i ;l. .e oulr own, and being ur-

s iir of Awr~ican lifet as1 sceberIy .
.!mong other things ge Baveju stpublid.pd
i Se ~scoli lutnius at of it g .Scel~r of tle
heairts feel an interest. The particuharrdOf this
will be found in bur enltalogue.
Our catalogue or' -l l- ....T I r; .. i r.
forwa~rdedl to ang n i1. ... .fal I r. l.,.cq.i
Pa;rnies at a distuplleesenlding~ uB 53, $, $10
$1 $1;0, or $25 coal hanve a gonod -isstrulment
:rudac!; pictures as theyf may re nea, seQ~L bJ.
\ia 5 I no, (Wvitllout instrument) ean be

wi k~eeD them plosted at our own expense,
3Isa of leisures will furrli P'hotograpihy a most
f~~intcinll anea d leightfull amnuscleot IAYe are
**Hrtdo tow t lmturs adol ave a" e
Importer and Ma~nufactur~er of Photogplphic
Materials, Stereoscopen and Stereosoplic \Yie E
Scovi~~ ai se~eiu~ inri toa nr;~e ti 0' -
iamination of sor stocki, a6 OUr disountI to Lhe
t!~ra d eoi o:- .~ i o u r a p le r s.-- F i r s e c l a s s
S*u:: ? :. ..wusI.
of Nega ive,

Sa (old enonw ituajold en attuesa,

For es.oor
AND A PasrE.1iU TO T;,H PUaRCHASe 11
W~ORTH FROMI 8too To $300.
FTER. Two Yean'rs proitae exPerec.e in
oulr present mode of disppang of our Jew"
viy en. atnah frm e a ivrer ,r~i action
rk lesuren i yilt ln L e nwow nconci c

aA ,il 01n~rto~ 0ht ,hi PEN LreT

echcl, whlichJ cmnnot be bought et any rclaif sl
fr atil ws e v~iew; nol vs euliti /som ca pu
elry, less inl vluell thanl SS), and it mag -be worth
sa, 5, 8, t0, 15j, 20, 30, 50,, or evenl : 30!
We ~prooe to let ar person know what Pre-
mniumle witllreceivea Ilerre sending his money*
Any Lady or Gentleman .desirilg ope of thle
noe tnceen t"irs.sedu tle",a antlt ::"
'.''i .. .. L.-qkiet, iad .e pill nripe .thoir
;tcLu..L, 1.41 io-nism I, returswn Znj lst.
P~resetun they are entitled to. T'hey. can then
ha;ethe pinivege or sendi=== for jtjythe,

bu edT, ast m11o gno l Tele ifuion as 1 .
purchaser can se!ll-r trade the above aicticles
for all they cost him, and retain the P'remium

II, Ilowever, any pres~shsaould reel dispsed.a
to send us thesr money in adlvance, they can
rely upon heing~ as fairly dealt with as though
they had malo previous application.
Any person sending us.gr25 for our goods will
Receive a Penlcil and Pen and Premium, or Lock-
et alnd F'remiuml, free.
ao qunlparticulars fiend for aPencil and Pen

Laie ""In:d '"","C wrlsueaen soha
Gentlemen's Gold and S~ilver Watch-
es, Gold yTest and G~uard Chains,
CGold 81eeve Buttons, ,Gold
Watch Keys,
Gold 4hilnt .Studs-pinin and with settings:
Gold Searf Pins--new style; Gold Jlreast
Pius, Gold Rings, &0. &0.
We havre Gold Watcelrs, 1orentine, Mlosnie, Gold
stone, c~ameo, Garnet and Coral Breast P'ins
aud Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve
Buttons, Gold Belt Slides, Gold Rings, &C. &c.
cordson I'jnos, Meclodeons, M~uoca Boxes, 4c-
Unxcecptionable references given 'wheneer
Ti> I).n saend og yop ija s, rit te
letters heing miscarde~d.
102 C~ as, THE(LE & d o.)
IQ~~ ORK.L sT~~~R~

Ileliable ordecrs from the Trnel, by Mauil or
Telegraph, filled, orln aplianltion to
5USTENl:S, Agenta,
Ujd Iearl Street, N. Y.
Kecrosene is alro to beo obainledl at the Mnlo
i aoll~rJ' I 'Priecs, of' al the NoweYorkdit mle

:.*or ~. .. L .al.In-- -~ eu. r Uoealrs in Lalps.

nearI1/C Of` the lieroseue Oil C:o., sact all
persons are mu~~loned~ allqrdest uling tle
sa~id trademeallrr/c yor mother ors.
Uct. 15. 3m
M.#"~ Call at the necw Ytore under the Ma
sonia Lodge opcuedl by HEarTZ, if Sou
want cheap and prime articlesin the G~ro-
lvery Linle and uilter little Nick nacks.

IAliRINA, conStrh, Leone, Gr~hal:
rUrurckers, Sago, rluptousiaca, irl-nt, yea r
Powders, 110ps, Sodn, CGreadh ralrtr.
Jan. 21. b. ES. CARR.

wIN2Es aND 01981).
IIlOICE QLARLET, Cider, Ale, Porter.
SLemuon Syrup, liaelberry Vinegam, Un-
ger Wline. CherrIY Birandy.
B,.E(. CARH.
rOCR@C TCjsrl, Isilureaus, 14 ut resses,
Jan, tS. BI. E. CARRI.

arr. Ile~rin~g C~odthb~, ,Auchovic StldlruT,

['( AlfAh Crackers, Indael Corn, Corn
11 Starch. Farina, Oart Meall, Sago, Ta~ioca,

rCi, l~lvteCoice Vegetable2Fj IiRa 60
~goc. 15


mOU~lD respecltully inlform hris friends
andth :::"i hcenl dlntLe ,s aln

on hn d a ir.2il 1~ plfn himc at

Sin, sued FanLcy Caninters, VestingsA, Neck

mans~ij>, f'or cash onliy
Hermetically Sealed.

April l i-1860.

La~IVES, Capers, Pickles, nassrted iateups.
O freshr English Mustalrd, smoked Sslmoun,
sollsed fialmon, pickleld Salmlon, Macklerel, Her.
."f, ioleino. n B han.

U8as& ReciVP -

it 4.* AMS Bacon, Pork, Lard, Buttor Pota
Jul 16 BI. E. CARR.

~c~*P\"4~~uCAL & FORTER.
"' *ORTER, Cider, Choico Claret Wine kc &c,
~' es-B. E. CAPRa
Jully 2-18660.
c -~-- -----~: No. 1 ackc~eral in 1,? nad Tbs.
A~LMON in Tin~ Cans. Herr~ing Gsrdine,
L-P. dnhe easoOlives, Pickles.B.E kR

e~e NIOICE .11unch Ranisins, C'iton, Currants,
Jlates, aslsorted Presservoes Jelly Ginger,
*drido Apjpl, Almon~ds Pecan Nuts, Brazl
,4 Nuts, Pes.Nuts, Engish W~alnunt, Hickory Nuts
ET Jan. 21. B. E. CAR(.

A ]Itlige L01 Of PlOeitig G118173,
,For sale in Sa. Augusine 14) ER IILLOWS LBLA )E B,9 LT I-
April l4-1860. 611U, ITCEN LI '

Slare variety of ToyS for thel BOll d e- MUBi BE N0DOLT HOS. E. CALRL.
~~p~~~v ~ ~ ~ ksO os S.





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