Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
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 22, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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EQUA;ITY, I.N T.HE *UNION AND NOTHING LESS.


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ESt. Augustine, florida*

'saturday, September 22, 1860*


Qfampaign Pape r.

.Drsiring t0 CpOMribute all in o ur power
to the eaceess of the democratic nominees
bot(State and federal, we propose to issu
w'-ho Examiner for the Cam~paigrn commcone
foing the 4th of August tili after the election
to allnewr subscribers for fftycenrts. BAs
we do th~is merely fromn our inlterest in tlu
succeass f our worthy candidatleu, and ith
support of theimportant principles involved
in the contest, we trust, that all good de~-
ocorgs will at least exhibit their interesting
the canvas, by obtain~ingr and sending us
the nanies of numerous subscribers for the
Scampatiln esa rlthaul llis thle can not do
W \e wil sy fute, thti hr r
trure BRECKINrRIDGE and T.ANE DIeD in tle
ct o of it, who ar ble? to a f

Cbshe Eampigne tilafer i they elleto an.
Onthese taers, if Dheocfrat e vls do theirduy,

the Examiner will be in the hands of
every BnaRECKIRIDGE and LANuE 11188 ill
the country. Let us see what can be done.

JOHN JLL AND H MI-
SOURI COMPROMISE.

The fact rlthatreat edit is given Mr.
RELisv by isadherentson account of his
rate inainst thle repeaZ of this odious m~ens-
are, has induceld i~aru eamation ipto the
wbject, oi our part, thre result of which
r fpopos (94 Jo <..~ ur re.dlre We
11ave~~ derived our il(I..QII..te- luous the
Polkiticl Text Book by CL;tiKEY.
On thle 10th August 1848 during the
debate on the Uregon Territorial Biil a
proposition was brought forwardl in~ tle
icente. teextend the Missouri Owumnpromise
1 le tothe Parcific for vvhich Mr. En~L
\ated. Th~e Hoause of ReprFesentatives re-
fused to concur in the puausedment and if
beensocue neessary for the Senate to recede
from it. Upon the mlotion to recede Mlr.
BeLL votedagainst rceding. Thus fr his
course was cousistent and he voted with
Southern Senators such as Mr. Anoa
whlo did not agree ever that thep measure
was constitlftironal or a sound policy, but
;Iequieseed in it, with the hope of its alliy-
in, thre agitaltion on the subject of Slavery.
Onr she l8th of A"pril 1850, the Comnpro-
mise~measures of that year being under
consideration in the Senate, enlbo'died in a
setof Resolutions introduced by Mr. CLAY.
These Rlesolutions were placed upon their
passage and Mr. BELL voted for them.
This Covmpromrise did inl substance repeal
the Missouri Compromlise: there being dif-
forences of opinion however in order to put
the matter finally at rest, Mr. Douglas in-
rroduced an amendment to the 14th see-
tion of the Nebmlradanat on the 7th Feb-
roary 1854 which absolutely and without
any sort of equaivocation Irepealed the M\is-
sourriCormpromise, and Mr. Bell voted fr

On.0 the 4th Mirch 1854 the Nebrasa a
Bill was put upon its passage incwluing the
anzeidmeslfor which Mr. Bell had voted
on the 7Ith' February previous, and Mr
Bell voted againstit, and now his admirers
claim for hint very great credit for having
voted against the repeal of a law that nev
or benefited the Southl, or stayed the agita-
tion of the slavery question a moment.
Thle principle of this M~issouri Com~pro-
ainis wieb looked and was indeed unjust
and odisoni to the Southern States, was
that itprohibited slavery north of the line
if 56 degrees 30 minutes north latitude,
and did noteendesenad to grant to us the
poor boon of establishing slavery sout of
it, thus leaving the subject open fo'ra con-
sendion themoo:nerit an opportunity offered.
Mr ell voted against its repeal desert-
og oenole muinded chihlrurus socs of
the ~th who had battled manfally on all
2sosfor its Constitational rights, and
reasover tothe other side in company


withl Sumner anld Soward, thle former of
whlom was caned in the Senate chamber for
his imlpudent libel upon the Southern oop-
mnunity, and the latter should be hIdn fd
by his neck until dead for his treasonable
teachlings--who klew that John B~grgiv in,
tended to attempt the murder and destrue-
tion of the citisons of Yirgrinia arid would
not expose it; is it to be wrondered at, that
the State of Tennessee should have re~pudi.
ated John Bell by refusing Ito re elect
himiothe bUnited States Senate? He has


rteesrlrnard.

Floridians Read the

POllOWin~.

From the ~ibcrator, editedl by WPm.
Lloyd G;arrison.]
EDWARD.EVERETT.--Th6 070807r Of
this commlonweakth answered, unequivocal
ly, in the afllmative, to the questions [Mr
Borden'81 whether he is in favor of thle
innluediate nbolitionl of slavery in the D~is.
trict of Columrbia, and thre alave trade be.
tween the several States., Edwar~d Everett
now speaks the language of a giatriot, a
Republicaoind ndaChristian. We- believe



of Isighlt, and conunitted a grievous error -
We are disposed to oblitefate all. that han
a tone before and commend him for his hon-
orablc course. 'Ib referinvidiously td w to

corrupt, would be ungenerous; to charge
him with being inaineere, at the present
time, would be unjust; to nocuse him of
aelru *I ulriy oonchiabe equally uno
for the Chlief Mangistrate of this Comnmon-
wealthl to avow himself in fav\or of emaonci-
pation;.and until be shall piove reoreant to
his present professions, it is to be taken
for~granted- Liha44e -measrns- just whai he ~
saygs. In our opinion, he ought to receive
the undivided. support of the anti-slaverJ
voters of thIs Comlmolnwealtlth nay, they
have pledged to give himl theBir supportL in.
Passuebuashlehns declared himself to be
in favor of thetir principles and nincasu~es, "
1In the samer paper an arnti-slxaery ticket
is proposed, headed b~y Edwalrd Evarett for
Governor.

IFrom the Free Imer~ican, Boston, 18~11.]
EDWrARD EVERETT.-"'The! suspense
abot r. Everett's nomination has really
xcdquite a hurricane in the Northern
prThey are even astonished at South,
crn rrogance and imupudence. Thlis is
oe gfor it shows that they have a
ltl snly feeling left. Presses thalt are
dnto the nluttersble cruelties daily per
p against the slave, are aroused to
pio s indignanion at thle idea that slare-
hol ers should assume a censor~ship Over
Northern opinions. B3utaecordling to their
old servility they are forswearing Mr. E1ver-
ett's abolitiouen is Thley say he is not an
abolitionist at all, or not so in any "odious
sense of the terms." In 'this they betray
matter ignorance or consummate meanness.
If Edwcardl Edertt is not to allintents and
pulrydses as mnuch an abrolitionist as der-
rit JEmith or Arthur Tapp3an, he is a hypo-
crite. He was once an anti abolitiollst,
but the proofs of his conv~erion are unequi-
vocal and on record, and we hope, for the
credit of his State, he will not deny them,
We shall give the documents,
1. His letter to M1r. Quineey. 2. His
letter to Mr. Borden, previous to the last
election, at which he was a candidate. 8.
The endorsement of W'illiam Lloyd Gfarri.
son, Editor of the Liberator. All we sk
in the case is, thit all parties will act in
view of the facts as they are.'>
In his letter to Mr Quincey, Mr. Ever.
ettstates his conviction of the practicabili.
ly, as well as the advantages of immnediate
emancipation, as proved by the statements
contained in a work written by Messrs.
Thomls & KIimball, etntaining an account
of their t.our thlro' the British West IndiEs..
We give the above specimoens ern testimony~ taken fomm-Nessppapes pub.
lish~ed at the hlome of Mr. EDwAnn EVER,
ETr the Constientional Union Candidate
farthe Vice Presidency, and hope that
those gentllemenwho are in the ha'bit of
swearingto the soundness of the views of


the aforesaid.EowvAno will re8eet a little; Tle~ True Friends of the Union.
upon tho manseqjuecbe of their ownh rash-
ness.8 .. .' . Therek ~no truer friend of thisa Unlion,
WeWl tdistinedly understood, we do .remarks thle Washingrton. Constitution, than
not declare Mr EVERETTf an abolitionist, he who calmly points out the dangers and
wre wish sincerely for the respect we bear iustructs the people by a fair and just
nytny who anpliort him that it may not be statlemlent of the condition of things as threy
true, that he is such, yet, candor and a surround the present presidential contro-
sense of justice to our interests and rights versy. No one believes that M~r. Bell or
under the Constitution, and everything we M ~r. Linolo, !Mr. Doug~las or Mdr Breekin-
hlold dear, compels us to express our feafs ridge, fav~onr a diksolution of the Union, or
as-to his soundness-upon this sam1e que~s- that either advocate. measures that lthey
Lr illa o IJ~, in wl;h ch evey voer in 4.4 rri*lr j9 suaJI Iyl eFa Li
1aridarl~ci;eias slneniet .:f ;bThe question no to who 'ia for a dissolu
Many :.f the~defen~drlvolf r IPaerrr's rIon of the Union, ut the real question-is,
political chalrtactr at the Solith, dontend what isihe danger, said who is responsible?
that he has changed hiis viewsa upon this The issue tendered is that the election of
subject. We ask oce nod allauch to pro. I "LINCOLN ISTHEIDOWVNFAlLLOFSLbYERY.,,
duce any authoritative annaouticement of Thlis is not the opinion of one man-is is
this change from Mfr. EVERETP himself, Itil al!!10St universal sentiment of the
and we! ask themu furtherlmore ought, they B lack-republican press of the North. We
not to require something of the kind be. have! yet to see the first paptir of that party
fore Rsserting in 80 Inany wRords that heis a t thle North that has repudiated it Every
not an abolitionist. speaker in the Black-republican party at-
}Ye place before our rantders the above ters thre sme sentiment. It pervades their
and ask them to reald it, and refalet calmlly, pulpits; it clusters around their firesides
and see if they do not think, there is good and their altary it enters into their daily
reason to believe EDwAnn EVERETT is to busrineas. They hear it in thle former; they
all intents and purposes an abolitionist. read it in the press; they talk it at the
----corners of their streets; it meets them in
JOENBELLvs ATHO ICS the market phnees, and pervades every av-


breathe. Can this Union last if such a
sentiment is attempted to be put in practi-
cal operation?

qn steon on pae and h rton orre t i
this Repubhic with such sentiment control
ling every department of the Federal Gor-
ermnent? Thlis is not an overdrawn pie-
ture, nor doswe efe to it fr tim purpop
uf elii3 setina jaose b w C
serious attentiart of-lhinkiingo men tJ such
articles as the following, which we takec front
the New Jerjey Tlrue~ Am~ierican, whose
partiaitigqare for Dough-l, timughthe pa
pe~r is advocating: the I.Tnion electoral ticket
inl New Jersey. Surely suchl apaper is not
in favor of mlisr~epresenting public opmson l
in the conservative State of NewP Jersey, as
reflected by black-republican orgrans, for the
purpose of fanning the disunion flame.
WVill thle South coinsider? They still have
thle power to prevent the calamity which
some fear and which all deprecate. That
power is,,io one word, Uarry. Let the
South cast suide your Bells and EverettE*
;lvi your Denglases and Jqhnsons. and come
bold~ly to the support of Breck~inridge and
Lan~e, the open, unwavering advocates of the
"equality of the States" as guarantied nu-
der a common Constitution, and all will be
well. The UNITY OFTHE 80OUTH at thlis
juncture in our political affairs is the preset.
varion of the Constitution and the salvation
of the Union:

[Fr~omthe Trenton (N, J.) True Ame:ican.]
TilE I'RREPRESSIBL;E CONFLICT.
Thle black republican organ of this eity>
in its last nlumber, copies the extreet of M~r.
Lincoln's speech, delivered in Illinois in
June, 1858, which gives to him the hon-
or (2) of initiating the doctrine that "this
government cannot endure permanently
Italf slave and htalf free, anrd in which he
8:aid:
"An house divided against itself cannot
stand. I believe this government cannot
endure permanently half slave and half free.
I do not expect the Tnion to be dissolved
--I do not expect the house to fall-but
I do expect it will cease to be divided. It
will become all one thing, or all the other."
Thle organ also quotes from M\r. Sewar~d's
Rochester speech to the same effort, and
adds as follows:
"Contrast these two extracts with the
nambypanliby stuff which we hear from thle
lips of some who call themselves "friends
of friedomn," and behold the difference !-


but because 'he is an old-fashioned whig,' I
would do well to study the signs of the times,
and imbibe somewhlat of the spirit of our
noble standard-bearer. Of all the issues (
now before the people, the only one in which
the heart nod comncience is involved is the lJ
slave question; all others are mere questions
of polley, or of dollars and cents; and to at. i
tempt to ignore or blot out this one grerr )
question, is just as useless as it wc~ull be to I
attempt to ignore the existence of pgod
and evil or to blot out the sun fr~un the
-assre-Ir Iamen itsriT go di~librifT~
c~oiuquer or is L40r~qqersd!"

J oh Il land the Wil~ot Proviso;
speech, malde in the Senate, July 3, 185),
is of apalce with hris whole record to which
lie refers So~uthlern men as evidence of his
rusealfct us to serve -thlm t~als e~residott I
the rigot of thre I8uites a~d iet institutions (

del aude of the No th, and to preserve -the
Uno, ee h i hu ts perver 1
tpd fromt a Union of .constitutional liberty
to a Union of unrestrained despotism. The
extract seaks for itsel nwotosogt

to know t:he views of Gecneral Taylor upon
the question of the Wilmlot Proviso, nor


be, should he be called upon to give or
withhold hris sanction to a territorial bill I
for California or New Mexiooy.but in an-
swer to all the. speculations and conjectures
upon that subject, whether emanating from
the North ~or thre South, I took the ground I
that neither prudence, wisdoma nor patriot-
ism required that any candidate for the
Presidtency should predetermine his course,
or declare his purpose, in regard to a ques-
.inupoul thle decision of which hung not
only the pec f thr outy bu tir
saf ty of peae onion itel. cont too the
ground that no man who had any just pre- I
.tension to-ithe suffrages of his countrymeti I
for the Presidency, would dare to take l
such a course; and that if General Taylor I
should deolilre his intention either to sane, I
i ion or. veto thre Wilnot Proviso, in advance,
yarlI should regard it as an act of the I
mlost egregious folly, and affording the
highest evidence of his total u~fitue a for
the hligh statia n to which hie friends sought
to elevate him. Upon such a question, I
contended, as I still contend, that the high- I
est dictate of duty, wisdolrts ad patriotism
required that a Pr~esident should reserve to
himself the privilege of deliberations and l
refeection, of weighing tendencies and con- f
sequences until the last momuent of time al-
lowed him by the C~atis tion to pregnant

THE DEMOORAT'IC PLATFOR*. i
Reportedfrom the majority of the Commiltte on Rle- d
latalons at Okarleston ad adopted bym th Na- I j
Lior Deroeali Cbvcntun t Bllior h
Resolved, That the platform adopted by the
Denloaratic party at Cinciuuati be tinedirme writl
the following expla~natory resolutions: ~
o~rgl Ts ie a 0 nmnl s, sa Teriritory f
and temporary, and during its existence all oiti- b
zns ofethe Unie Sat have anheeqa rig2l 1
without, their rights, eithler of person or proper- p
oftJbie~ dji oyed le isxmp~aired by congression-
al o taritord leisluiac
second Thnt it is the duty of the Federal
Government, in all its diepartments, to protect.
we en saeajs noe lishl afVn naand p -
constitutional authority er renad t
ha hid ,hat teo uht s 01 rs in a~errri rye i
Consensuion, the right o sovereigoty comanenes
and, being consummated by adraission.into the
peol ooin, he Sa s; an r e Safo a hu or o
ga~nized ought to be admitted into the Feeral ae
cnono~ lvolert Onortto prohibits or re-
Resolved. That the Democratic party are in a
fantr of the aequisilio of one bsan doofoub&,o tl
andjust to Spain; at the earliest pnracicablle w
moment. tl
ulet te d, Tat the eat ments of Statoo sei
fugitive slav. law, arehoseztle in chararcter, sub-
v 8 i~erof the c'Onstiution,~ and reoYlultionarSY


LET P ikii w
That Jamr Bass911ttense sde,
188 fr fer a iti ofab diton adiiosb
Co rcess, andha e wase)rl~i~-aca
La Lti td adCq. ta sh~id s sb-
loet wass brought Bpe pronAP C ei liBt,

nats.

on Ihesourh-mel thesrouri Com roadge-anT
agstesti Ibe KC1banaNlbruank bit- sand that use
dmre~eand prym o r a n4Convsendon, de-
ololrmaon e:I8Rsr i r...s rrah
3lu be re r.re~-ed, shal Jonr Bans voled
for theadmission 1rCtion.M.~ wating against
he, imeenes, Dri Babra ll, Dro~r~ al.C
ers, andwith such men cas .bs~of @hio,
Ianmlia, or \lt.;. ne. .= rd. of New York, and
Yintht -r ea~ncc .I in 1858, Jorrs arr.,
then a Senator in Congress, votedaysinst thead
lin,i x th 1 rlpe r ista th ota p a-
viously declared that a rearsal to admit Kansas
uindg 'tite eo lupou Constit ~in woCuld e a
:ional right.
pebe a h riernnb .reddthaoax Bass has e
publioly theatre WOLULDCOALESCE WITHI
PHEifLBACK REPUBILICANSY to-w save h
Leflith)aemrmemred, that JoRN BsmsL has late-

position party of alabamu, as to whether he is
in favor of the protection of the rights oblave
property in the terri ories, and that ~a Ras re-


Let it be remermbered that the platform of the
pr ahiDh nom natheua o & is a3 Plej%
esan, both professing to, sustain the Constitution,
the Ultion, and the enforcement of the ltas.
the it ~ ncim1sPc sP ta ono Pevns
subscribedl to a testimonial to Charles Sumner,
the notorious abolitionist and fout-mouthed cal-
lmiaor of theeddouth, after he weajustly caned
Let it be rremembered, that this name EDWABD
E I'B1 afa, in A lest er ntcn ong anr
sum~ner Ilin the Pmai line of his argument, *
whish argument wa5su attempt to prove South
bm os rluer ne i Tnllofs.a inoral, bar-
Let ibre remebered, that EDWaED Eva~naT
:ogrs to ajlsr eyao ah slar trade
ae the District o' Columbia.
rtedor result d erinp tha gr s
oughtto take measures to effect thekbolitionof
Iuer tin them Ditict C~o ubr.DEvn
voted for a resolution declaringr thart the rights
ot humanity, Lheelaims of jusrioe, andshocom-
nongoodl aike daeml t ex updpressi 4 by
ekrtp~the Di trila ~Columbi,,.
voted for rsluerico aeltar g i~lt Eonr
ans, by the Constitution, power to abolish slave-
Lt tb rrer cod, th~teonAsD Evase~r
;oted for resrolution declaringv that zio new
artesbt i rafr e aditdinto tkn Ohon
,ermitthe existenceof domestic alavery there

o e arlucnbre1 si a d ari Eo ras
ass, by the C'onstitution, power to abolish the
7io, ,oan |/ the e oose t tis po er i
demanded by the principles of humanity and
us ibe reasidered, thatt Eoiwan EvnaFrr
las been addressedi by citizens of Alabamal, in
hehpliho an l le puliate thir record,
Let it be r~emembe2red th a Jous ULsts ofTenl-
lesee, a nadoire oafa alav state b~i ad1is
,een selected as afit and proptir candlidate to
knese aere ia cly s atd il the fo ~irn~

an Vuthuar these fats stor iw udho in see~

Henry OlayT oz Slavery in Tetritories,-
In1867, ifaury Olay, then Sienator of
he United States, introduced the follow*
ng resolution in the Senate: (p
"rResolved, That anny attempt of Coom
:ress to prohibit alavery in the Territories
f the United States would create a serious
larmu and just apprehensions, would be a
iolation of good faithl toward the f ababit.
nts of such Territory who have removip&
hereto with their blaes,' and becanue,
rhen anob Territory ishall be admitted into
he Union as a. State, thea people thereof
hall be entitled to decides that gastims'st-
lrusieyly frtleemselves.

PRIESIDECNTIL ELECTION A~Y.-Osmon.
gress passed an act in 1845, "to establish.-
a unifrm time for holding elections for;
sieetorsofPresident ,and Vice President
San il usre Status of Lhs Union." This oat.
ixed the time8 of election on the "Tuesday
ixt after the first Monday in the month of :
[ovember '--which this years on the (tish
ay of the month. All the electors midst'
Chosen or appointed on that daLy, oexeps
q10 he lootoral College, or where at Staiti:'
sas failed to effectr an election on the day
elsignated,


Weo ask the people of the State of Florida
of all parties, to calmly read shle following
deliberate language uttered by John Bellst
Knozville, Tennessee, in l815. His speech
on that occasion was mnade soon after the
shuoching Nnow Nothin~g butcheries in Balti-
more, L~ouisville and New Orlcalls. Mark
his languagre,:.wh~erein he justifies the mur-
ders committed by thle Know Nothring bul-
lies and assassins in those c~ities upon
nalt lizedl citizens ad Rman Catholies:to

the conclusion thlat thle besit made in which
1 canl srve (rny country a: thle present txc,
is toutand~ bi the Amerieats palrty. I '~
not ammule of tea ore, at hJ~l~ ad

y ''rfincept of' the party as 1col ~2II be ce~re 1
formallly initiaed into one of' its counrcils.
Ithe SAmerican party~ sh~utsc-
ceedu ,,cattungo~f~theyeseni artal~ supyof
f, real cruitst a r emiBI.Iocr.atiL stus <(lrI

Aulf maillionl of foreignrers o, rmoret, the
Demolc~ratic leaderJ ma~y stillul fad tat they
wicll hlave to fght their fi~utue battles 2oith
dimlinishred chances of success. Btut wha;t-
eer alleauceedthe Demuolantr ay form writl

thle leaders may fie a ud Irge--witb howe j
ever obstinacy olf purpose they may seek; to
rush or resist the Amuerican party, they
will fail to defeat thbe great end and fauda*
mdcatl policy o t at party., ,
(lThe fears of the timid have been appeal-
ed to by the assaruinuts of the American
party, and their co-operation invokied in
puttlbg it down, on the alleged ground
shtits polcy rin rnda to aoreignler ,
gsid that shis new party has been stained
withl blood in its very birth, and that from
this: we may augur a bloody future. Yes!
blo dasbye trd, and itmay osrnd -
yur bo poked the sheddir~ of blood
ai Lus oill d other places; but this 1
will sa, that roh.tever party maoy have
given the provocationl, i is bettr th~a alit-
tle blooZ should sprinkrlle thepavenlls entsd
dewaolks ou oa, cities~ow, tthslael o *3eir

after; or that the highw~ays and open felds
of our coutraly shozld drink syp the blood
of its citizense, slam 6o deadly oflic~t be-
troeen armed bands-it may Lebetween
ic~ipelined legiona-native Amecricanms on
th~eone side and foreigner rsupported b&
native faciutinits on the other. And this
will be our future, unless now, and before
it is too late, wea erect sufficient barriers to
arrest the torrent of aliens and strangers,
which threatens in a few years more to
flood the land.'
We hope the advice of our frictids of
the Fioridian & Journal, from which the
above is copied, will be taken, nod that a
calm and dispassionate perusal of thle hou
guage of the Constitutional Union Koow-
nothring Candidate will result in his not
gating the votes of those, who were then
the objects of his especidl hatred. -
The more we see of Mr. Bell's record ,
the less we like it, and we cannot refrain
from expressing the opinion that, before
the else:ion in November, a very largea ma-
jorityof the people of Plorids will be of
our wary of thinking.


Instead of letting down thle standard, in- Resolved, That the Demoersey of the United
stead of throwing the:r constituecieshlc: S'LeGsore gpn se iis as lh inap a i~s cl o
fr'om ten to twent~y years, they advalnce it zee in all hisrights, wrhether as house or in for-
onward and upwaard; for thr y ki ow, as eig~n lai3ndsp to e samea extent as its natlive
.every maun who thinkrs must know, that bu~e er,n Ono of the greatest sooessities of
there is an 'irrepressible confict' which the age, in a politically, commercial, postal and
never c:an or will canse until a crisiss shall miar'ly peo us evi w, is a dpery cu muntaica
have been renobed andl passed.' th ref rar be it;
"Those who talk about a party 'wrasting Resolved, That the Na~tionall~emocratic party
their time in uspeless discussion ef the slave- do h r by pledge thenmslw(e pouse or y awans
ry geston, an wh clam t befrindsbill, to the entrent of the constitutiounl authori.
of Mr. Lincoln, not beeanse of his fearless I yof congress, fr th osrus tion fat Paci o
advoccy o the reasrincilesofree om toooean, at the eulret practicable moment.


nsfine


naiser.


VOL. III.


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How are we to get over sue)1 conduct as
this ir. the Conutitutionall Unoiuo Calnd
date? It is palpably plalin to all who read
thre above, that the Constitutional Union
Candidate is for Diaunion, ifh~e is for any-
thing~. How re wce to judge public men,
if ut by what they say and Jlo? If thlisbe
a correct standard, thou wve have prleselited
to na.. as a candidate for President, a gen-
tieman who hans used publicly the vilest of
seditious language. Mr. Bell has said
that he preferredd separationl wuitli' all its
consaeilunces" s.to augry cr~imiliol anod
reeriinatin. H is wvilling; tot 'eud thies
Union asunlder, mlerely because tle go d
eitizens thlereof Insppen sometimes to qualr-
rel with each other~ about their rigl ts-
thlat high words alone, constitute suffcient
reason for breakring up thle Union. a '
ask ail l ell and Everett men if they h~ave
ever heard such lalynguag as thiis, or rerd
of such, as havingg ben ured by Mlr.
Erecklinridge? We askr them if thley over
saw any such as having~ emanated fromu thle
moost rampant, fir~e-cating, Democrat of
South Carolinal? Who would dissholvo this
Glorious Unionl for words only? AF.
John Bell, the Constitutional Union Can-
didate.
Let us examine little further into sone
of the sayings of thid DiSsOiOniSt wh~en he
was in a moorcd. for talkting--it mlust be
borne iln mind however, that he hIas 10.90
thle use of his tongue recently, and forgot to
retracot what he haud said on the 18tli
March 1858, before being deprived of it,
by thle splendid vision of a sedt in the
!Vbrite HIouse for thle next four years.

<-When rile North shall by any deliber-
;Ite not, deprive thle South of any fair, and
just, and equal participation in the benefits
of thle Union--if, for example, the Territo-
r~y (Kan~sas) nrow proposed to be admitted
into thle Unlio Br eit ltaisad. ratt bier

years--tf it were a Territory such as that
lying west of Arkiansas, by ciltuate ndupted
to sae lbr nd byppi on all

Union as a slave State, the powerful North,
without any of the feelingsi and siensituerts
growing out of the repeall of the Missouri
dlb rn eily aur teto theanS utlh ou
shall have n~o more slave States," that 1
waidd orf~ordZ a pretexr with lohicl~ te
SS~outh might, with somle reasonL, andl with
sn nausiance of lhe amon qf to o E vi

DISSOLVE THE ClNION."--App. 1st
Sess. Bothl Congress, page 132.
Who is for dissolving the Union when
the North tells us we lshall haveB no mo1re
Slave States." Anls. John Bell thre can.
didate of the Constitutional Unlion Party.
We ask the candid, insparting ~fair-dis.
posed, of all parties, if the very conltingen-
ey upon which John B.ll based the above
argument hhs not happened? Have not
thle Blalck Republican leaders of thle North
told as in plain language, that there shall
be no more Slave States? Have they not
told us the Territory of the United States
bhall be devoted to freedom and not slave.


United States. Sinlce however "the beSd W hen once this dang:erous princaiple is es
laid schemesc of mliece and menl aftir gang tab~l~iied by thre enlemied of thle Un:lion'
aglee" we hopre to Bee our favrtVite Jous.\ 0. thfen we may bidl adilcu to all social order,
BltECrnINR!DG. liistalhco 811 compel~titors l (It or legantl for the pr;ivate rightsu of tile citi-
the race fo~r thel WVhite HouISe, born hones111t izensf of anly memlberl Of thle cUOntederacy;V-
straightforwalrd adherence to sont d tional prinCiples. b aru'oariipm, wherein the strong~ urnsr of pow
T~e believe that in all sections and lo- er will beide! uponl the rights of our fel-
calities,. where our principles nie fairly diis- oterl ta mihmkerih"
cussed, we will LrF~ustained b~y thle people will be the platlforml uponl which we shall

W heb vea neas in using Some Pitpkins.

private letter froml a gentlemran in Talk1I- Ouri tonaian F.l McCle xtrav isq. IIBi
lassee to a friend in this City, in whichl he ar~e well knlowvn, has just gathlered eeny
speaks encoouralgingly of thle canvas in all feue pumpk~ins from ac single vine. hs
parts of t're 8tute. Fromn his position hlnd yield anly well be considered eoeu,
unusually sound judgmlenlt upon all pubic wvhenl the extreml~e healt and droughr!t he
qluestions, we many safely count on Florida summer are borne in mIinld. But Mlr. 10-
giving a very Ilarge majority in favor of thle C3nnyr understands how to mlake the
Breakiuridge Demoocracy* soil he cultivated productive, even in the
1Ve are permlitted to Isnake the following most unfavorable seasons. We are glad to
extract--"Thel prospects cif the Blreckin- welcome into our conununitymealklle him,
ridge Demnolrney are growing better every whose intelligence and enterprise render
day, we will defeat thle constitutional Union th"Iem profitable examples.
---in this County, and route then ---
Horse Foot arid Dragoons." .Steamer wecked--dver three
Such will be the falte party in nearly every County inl the State. A fearful .disaster occurred on -Ylike
Floridra isasa erti fr l~cllkr dy nb4 Mahiganl, do Satur~dtl moroig I c. h i

candidates are being run, thle Douglas engo the preceding evening, was run into
dodge to ther contraryv notwqithlstanding. at 3 1-:2 o'clock A. M., by thle schooner
Aug~ustra, and sank in twenty minutes in
N0 Fusion in New York., 800 feet water, ten miles from .shore, off
An effort was Il made, the wisdotn of 1%~ukegaen. Only 17 persoise were known
which is suffrieutly questionable, to unite to have been savedl, while more than thrree
the Bjreekiuridge party in the State of New hundred perished. Several military and
york, with the D~ouglas and Ilell parties. Are~ companies were aboard, together with j
The fusion of the latter two hlad been al- many persons traveling for pleasure.-
ready effected, and it was now proposed to Among the latter whlo were lust, were Mr.
admitted Beckinidge een .y givng U EN, wife and daughter, of the New
thet a otion of cthnide Eletore upronm Orleeans Picoyune. The night was rainy,
thm oton ticet The Breakinridgeo Sa e Co- andi the schooner panssed- off in the dark-
Iniltte nsret at the Astor. HuIeJ, inl New ns~dIe orhe r evd
York city, on the 7thinsrt., to, received thle mscaddnigi h a fte
propositions of the Douglas Comm nittee, dad steamler when the collision took place
dturingb that day and. the next various over-
tuesweavre muade. Suffice it~to say thlat the ligh Coppie, brother of John Bown
negotiations failed, anld that the Breako-In Coppie, who was hanged abllarper's Per~ry,
ridge party of tile Septe of New York .will has been, it is alleged, trying his hand at
stand, asit should every where, on its own stealing negros. 11* recently escorted
merits, without any adfiliation with oppo. quitea party of runaway slaves through
nents and traitors; own city,:on their way to Canada.


TheL follown burplnry item is froma the
G odair kers Tebym~ple of thle 8lth insf.
'LAbou3t 21 VO'clck onI We~dnePSday mornm-
inlarS lt, we were aroudedr Irom; sleep by anl
inee~ssantb man~a~r lg and onl brushing out
fodnd timt uslle persoon had entered O.=pt,
au;o~ < cila uncrne domr B: rle-

ovear, but foundl the vi lainl had euscpedl on
the first ularmu. N~one of the males2 were
aIt houle, alnd tte scampni took advanltoa e of
this to center thle house b~y drawinlg the bult
of the backr do~r.
*ai'he fiirs t at wa~s ksmw~vl of ski yreacuc
finding him lanuing over thle lide of theu
bed, froml the outside of a whal~ow, wh~ich~
wasl inl the inne~r passaag ~Ie 110S was e *
.ing hliu hand over her face, as if he weru
omunus eriunclm fim or nal wnai n rm

dia~tely sereatluedi and rushed into thuir
mothecrs roolus djoiningb
The moon was shlining: very brighlt and
besides, a ilamp was burning..in the next
r ooI vb~ ne on'I'iu ckTefr sufficieo
cribed by his poenhpr mlaunnr of dress, to
.be a saliluv snmed Jaick Scott, whot hadro-
aently come, here,~ and who hlad been round
thle premises Jeveral times during the after-
no the moorning Scott wa~s foundd~ ir h
boat, taken ~before his Hnol,r J. L. F". Out-
t r~ll, a nd thle. evidence beiing;oleAr agabinst



Latejr from Eirdi'e.

NIIw Yons, Septeraber 13.--Thq steaga,
ship Asia, Onlpt. Lott, frosm Livorpool
September 1, arrived here to-day.
LtVEavooL AIARKiET.-Broad~liffy are
dull and declining. Provisions are dull.
GtnrramLnt.-T~his entei~prirsig com.h
iunander is reported to have defeuaed,tho.
royal forces in Galubria; and it is rumtoured*
that the civil olffteer at Naples,~ afty re,
siigning their several posts) haB~adviso4 the
Kin ptO ile frm thee oiy *,*5.
tablisheid on the Swiss and Germaoi fron.
tiers. -
FauD P)AOH.L 118 elefthe 1if oieb
participaforsin thecrceent massacres ofl!$-`
nia. Thle Sultan'p army hlas efketnallyg
aided himt in the stern` adinitration of'
justiCi. Many ofthe malcil~erora-eo o
to the police; others- were *2smbehi
igns famtilies of 8 la~


to see among us on such-occasions, because thle South. Gen. MIILToN is an able ald
they not only ilnflunce to ordrr and deco- lelocluent advocate of thle doctrines upon
rum, but they kindle within us a feeingr of hi clih the Southern States now stalnd.-
patriotism. and carry us back to scenes in H ~e carries the people with hlin.
thlestruggles in other days for human
Liberty, and now encourage us in our Our Loca~l Tickets.
confict for colsdtittional rights; and like Let us not folrget thle importance of our
the S~partan mother, they too sceem to offer nominations for the Senate and thle Aa-
us ashield writhl the injunlctionl to return Isemblly. Without intending anly dispar-
victor with it or dead upona it. The dis. agemlent to the gentlemen nominated by
Fuss onr was opened by M~r. C:aLL, whlo is oura Bell and E~verett opponents, we may
well knownl herle by reputation, but whom safely claimn that thle welfare of the Corunt?
we had never before seenr, and who allo and the D~istrict will be best promloted by
has credit for much abilit~y. the success of our popular anld excellent
We listened to hiim ivith~ pleasure, and candidates. We point to their names at
in heart and feelings rCesponded to his senti- th'e head of our columlus with pr~ide, and
ment~s thant upheld and eloquently invoked confidently ask every voter to give them
protoetion to and support of our common his suffriages.
and glorious unionl, but when he Pltrayed The Timne is Short.
from ebatbrightpoint in his discourse to Bu a rief yro ean fr h
assail JoHN C. BRECKIRIIDG1E and JOSEPII u bfpro ean eoete
LANE as lending themselves to treason and Peieta lcin oorfiusr-
dissnion;'we did think of the anecdote we alixe the importance to our State, to the
had heard told of the man who tried soSule u eetlago l
halird and so laboriously to get at something time and the 6ith of N veber ? Short a
benever could readi, and wye could not oe s

~sk pr es t wit 6 nt poo fela ws efrts, an sal oute er of al ru we in s
W te gave him credit'for ability, dignity and port of BRECKINRIDGE nud LANe. There
a comlmendable style of speaking, and re- istim f o ponts a f lm
gretted that he was wasting his usefulness s me for ou ponentadptiti s, ma of whom e
in so hopeless a cause. But there was a shietune i eo t
charge made by him against Mr. LANE abandon their errors, and range them
eqd bbs Regimentin the Buena-vista fight, selves, shoulder to shoulder with us under
that was both cruel and unjust coming the fing of Southern equality, and South-
fr~om an American. Hledid make the i- ern rights. Why should there be division
pression, and hre designed to do so, that among Southern men in a crisis like this?
Mr. Lcaks waes coward on that occasion, What can be gained by supporting the
buthistory a~ truth preseedso.hardly up- BEzI and EVERETT ticket except to de
on him, as t~ompel him to admit that tach a comparatively small body from the
Loa~s sea brave man, and did fight great mass of those who -stand b~y the
bravely. Hes had no apology however, to South?
makre for the fullowrey pf nlr. TLAh., they, -- ~ -
ODG 80d all, werecowatler they rap away Gov. SEWARD.--This Republicanl lead-
and never returned to fight, and so three or has been making speeches in M~ichligan.
Inen stand branded by Mr. CALL in this They are of a strongly Abolition cast, too
community with cowardice. But he did eot s well so, to suit the ectmpaign purposes of
tell us whe~ther these samoe men who then LIsoosn's8 friends, and the tendency wil
Fan away,and have livedto fightonanother be tp damage the prospects of the Rail
dlay, aroor re not now fighting for Rell splitter. At last neeounts SEWnAgo was in
apl EeeT"$.~ Te do not know on which Chicago.,


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Thre Political Discussion on
Saturday,

The citizensof thle Auelent City were
takecn by s*-rprise on Saturday night by the
sadden and usiexpected adveonamong them
of Mr. J~nrN M. GORRIE, BreckriuridRe
and Lanoe elector from W~est Florida and
Mir. WIL~ts CaLL, Bell gnd Everett eleo-
tof from Middle Florida. We heard that
Bellthat is edundepd frequently tlypeugli
thleatreet.gathering: into council thle few
adhlere-sts of the: slf sty/led Union Party,
and did not suppose tha~t anythling of im-
poirtance was about to transpir~e, until we
were informedbhy somer of our neighbours
that the Court loinse was lighted up for a
political disession between the above
Inamed gentrlemen. A4 respectable number
of persons attended, amoong whom woere
masn L~adies,wnhoul we are always delighted


~J~t~;r~~usit lC~slrircrside of the q~uestiOn thCy ar~e; we only John B311 On DIsunion,
kn1ow, whe~thler thCy be nlow for us or -
;against us, that thecy are slandered mecn, We aoreindued ao spread .before our |
that theoy did present an unrbroken front o readers a few extracts from the speeches of
t:he enemy~and for hours did receive their this gentleman before hie lost the use of his
~~li~ s ~ ~ balls of muskett anud cannon, and whenl tonguec. We do not propose to alarm a~ny
;,=,-l--l,,;-r--~-lc.-:-- /they did r~etrealt it was upon an order given of his supporters, whlo suustalinl h nim inly
ST. AUGaUST INE,. PLORIDAL, to do so, and whben thle mistake wa;s dis~- because they fear Mlr. Brl~eckinridge's file-
EgiUIRDAY, gEP.'3f. Is, 86. covered, mlnoy of thlemr did turu, aldndrith cating propensities, but we do so to prove
,-... ---------- ------ their flalant lenderF ag~in faIced thle mus~cic concOlusively, thant M\r. Breckliuridgo is thle
air Anas BaR~ EsaI of Panlarka. Fla.. i Mr1. CALLT knolw theOse to be facts, anld better Union mann of thle two.
duly-nahorised to act a* s Agen for ther 'Sr. the g~reateshausle to hlim f'or conceacling~ 1Sir; nlo manl who loves hris country, no
Avavergralu Eialvsca. and~ will receive u theml. Thle onlly excuse we canl find for marno who hlas anly just pr~ide in the releo-
m:ript'iontl. ake collections, and~ receips r;r Lhelimi htewsirtadb oehoe tio~n thalt heu is auln Americau citizen, but
Jaaer. ilwiln ervl lrtt d m~l~n lle lust desir~e tha~t these., dissensions should
-=- trusts maude by hri very able oppone~nt- cease. For, s~ir, it is not a melre quescrtion
ItariourlDemnoo~tatic Nominations. Hc wasJ told thant M\r. Pillmlore thle distin,- whether we s-hall preserve thle Unionl; for
guished lealderof thle Ki~now nIothlingp Amer-T Ille mayi be anld yet pr.ove no gr~eat boon
FORPiitfUE'l ian P'arty inl l850, haod decllrard tha~t the e ither' to ourslees or postelriy. The ques
Southwoul notstan bei ton lad u is nlot whether thle States shall cuontinue
.,tiu 0, Br ILBa~ nRIDGE united according to thle letter of the cuven
Son, and that thle election of a Black repub- unt by which they are bound together. It
or IKr.1Tucnr. lican Presidenlt would lead to a disruption is, whlethetr they hall continue to bLe prao-
of Ghe UnlanI; he did not deny this. Hre ti cally gud efliclently co oper~ative In calrry-
:~YIO11 ~01~ I'R~IDENT. was also told thatt hris uncle Gover~nor Cnrar, in~g out tooR grealt enlds of. thea assootatriol.
FORVIE RESDET.ind uttered the salme sentiment inl his re- Thell que~stionl is wh~t~her mutual 61rust and.
S~le ll, 9osep t I.R~le, lyt lck b oifidence shall cotinlue to animuate and
pl p oaIle repu lacn Beward mna. eco~urage mlutual etffots in promoting ald
OF OREGON This nettled him and hie said somet ainK in mu tiplying co;nnon behetits; ,or whether
_____~~__~ ._._~_.tended for denial, but as inl the LaNs m~utual batredi anld distrust shall step in to
-. nr r An rgy IvoUTalgaTTdnr g, gas he wn:- c-..\ne.<] againP qy ''o .nd 11;'":.!~.!::. \ l ...'. .' diStract nd confounod
tyher ws ...:.en : rhi. til w56e ws id uttyms oburicurrnercord Tia s rurgls th qu
FOR GfOVERNOjR:- oemb r oop tiem a nt inj a'i$ li Isrion YN1 'H& T VE

JOHN MILTON. fiadehi rd be pion" d'ic it e 11 Rlm~ 'Sa O PIb, Nh DV l
or ero.co~v.laim furtlel, and ask himl if he0 did not GIE MUid'' A NYTIING SUIN PREFE11
--then belong to the "'AmerIican Party" nod L >gy POV1~1 vi CtNjllI''O~
FOR CONG~URESS whether he did no~t ilend hiimself to its for- Al, AND LEUAL TlES;, WVITHOUT '
t.unes, and hiis ability andc eloqluence to ad- REICIPI1OCAZ L TR'UST AND CONFI ~
R.l1 B.HLONvcte caluse in whlich thle distngouisited DE1NCE~. iY OURt FUTUREB CAREER ~
or ILt0o~ co)Uar. Millialrd F~illmoreo and all hris followers 110BE ONER OFETR1INA'l'l &
____CORD),OFA RYOII
FO TT SNTRwere shocktilgrly wreckied. 11e do no ANDL RtEORIM~WAINION\, QrLVE: ME
think hie would have dcueme thlis, and he RA~TIlltRISEPARAThION WITH'~ ALL
', C (5 SL1 IE,[$ would have admlitted that the Know-n~oth. ITSI` UNICONSEQ~UENCE If I am to be
ing, the Amecrican, and the Union Party, as pence; let it be peace in reality; and if
are one and the same, only frequently 1laUsto be at walr, let, me knlowr i sat onebe,
FrOR ASSEMBRLYMAN. thart I may put "ny house" inl order and a
chuaning their dress, as expediency oug- ready to meoet the ecseqlueues."-APpp.
WIVM, ~III~CltER. guests. to Congy. Globe, 1st Sess. 31st Cong page
Mr. GOnrRE is a JOUo= mean, but he 1101.


ry? Then we ask you further, h~ow can S tephen A. Douglast
you su~pprt John Sell as a Unlion man VY.
wheun hes tandspledged to thle diassolution of The supreme Comrt of the IT. States.
the Union upon thle happenilng of a enl- 1'Thec righlt of pr ety in a slave in dis-
tingenc~y which basbee fally eotl a mated? tinctly anld exprerssly allirmed in the Con,
Weo ask thle Constitutionall Unilonl men, stitution" and I"no tribunal actingy ulder
how itis thrat they can support a Disunion,- the a~uthorityof thle Unlitedl States, whlether
ist? i; be legialative, executive or judicial, h"
We now quote no extract fromn a speech ra Iit tol deeirw af di.e nrvii~e an
made by Mr. Bre.Ckinl~~ridg, upon th4! oe- antees, which have been providled for the
casion of thle r~emo~al of thle Senalte from protection of private property."
thle old to theu new chambel~r, on thea 4th of "And if Congress itself cannrlot do t vid-
Jallnuary 18;i9; hle ws not a candidate thr-n, i' it is beyond thle power conferred onl th'
norannit e aidwit an dgre ofjus Fderl~ Gouvernmcnt-- st could not~l author-
,ro ill i il: ~l~lit hs1S 2'X`" cr js-iZe a Territorial Gtovernment to exercise
tiec, thant it was iln e~lcDitioneering speech. I h~emI. It could con~fer nlo power on any
"Such:1 is our1I counltr:Y; ye, and mor0le- I'leel gov'ernmenlt estalblished by its auothor-
far molre thanl my1 mlindcold C oI1~ ncleive: or ityV, to violate thle principles of the Consrti-
uly tongue could otse:. 14 ther!le ;In Aue. tution1." "T'lhe onlly powercanfelrrd is tle
rieennwho regretJ theL poetL ? 1s there~l oneC p)~wer coup~ledl with the durty of gnalding
who will der~ide hlis cun)ltry's Isws, perverlt and protecting: the ownerlc in IlR right.
her Cons~titution,, or alienlate rer pe~opte Thle above sounds honefit and straight-
If therel~ be suchl a mann, let his mremory forwisurd, andl emanates froml thle highest
descend to poswterity laden with thle exo- judicird tribunal unlder our Govermnoeut.

Let us devoutly trust that another Senate,~ Onghlt not all good citizens to bow inl quiet
in another age, shall bearl to a new anld peaceful submissionl to it, when it is re
lHarer Chtamber this Constitutionl viaoroilJ melbe~red, tha~t it placces the owner of a
anld inviolate, anid thaut thle last genecu;tionl alave, upon asi equlality only, with thle citi-
of posterity shlall ivitness thle deliberations zen of Niw Eugland, in hlis .rightt to.ok
or the Representatlives of Amlerican States 'iofhs a,
ikrse unpr 14,myafqcua anlq fu.e.". p'..-rat 1.i. III ue~.rsh p~u b goo s

not e k alld unlofd citiparties if tli .u u 1m cl

c~rv we thaln ti 6 mlan olo o lnthe fom re it comes inl us a State;" Land nlo malt.
entill ditunlionistJohn Bell of TenluesFse, wha't may be the decision of the Hu.
thle Conlstitutiounl Union Candidate now of prerne Cour ot" thalt abstruet cucestion, till
the JClnow-nlothing~ American Panrty? tle ilt slave T u~perrit ree Territi t
----wo- -i an ena Trior~y or a FreT~rtory.
The mode by which John Bell is perfect ald comlp:etc." We have Ptalted
1sto~~ beEete.Hrertofuor, in subdtanle our inability to n;e-
coun~t four Mr. Dougblh s' wild inlfatuassion on
The ornly prospect of electing~ .Bell whiliz~ this rtubject, otherwise tha~n by supposing
presents itself to our mlinld Cgnsistsl i) so di- 11 ll osiuino ~oZut~ tle
viding thle electoral vote asi to throw the l~rand a contttion of the Unoe tioted tes ar
chloke of Presaident inito thle House, and fo.lnurl each section: the bove striure were ~t


1FloridalItsfis.
TheTamlps 1%lninsidat* sonlutinees thst,
Dr. S. IB. TODD I188 Withltldhh floro his
candidacy for time Assemln~y. The follow-
ilug n:ttee of M~r. HrurOn *e ~copy from
thle Montieollo Famnily Firied of the Sth1
inst.
"Mesasrs. Hiilton and Allen, oandidstes
rlciicl I n OENu dla la blRI itu i
aln exrcellenrt debater, sad, is doing edd bat-
tie for the Democracy. He completely
vanquished hris aIldvesaryi ois Monday, as be
h~as done, we understandr, at every uldesing:
since the opening of the c~avasb. Mli. ii.
wili certainly be our neit Congre~ssmainz su
the Southl will hanve, in hrim, anabird banpip
ion of hier rights ."
170 limi lu il e Mhriauno Patriot thd
fulowing maentiuo of M\ajor GORRIe, +Ila
spuhe with so mnuch acceptance in our
Court Hlouse on Saturdiif lasts
"M\aj. Gorrie, thle above named genie
tlemanl after having; enovansed thle West,-
star~ts ini a day or two f!r thle MIiddle and
the I:ast. He has met somle of thle abledd~
mena of the Opposition) port~fon1 the, stumlp,
and we eiu say withs pride a.nd ple~asre
thalt in no ease haos the conaseof DemoeFriey
enffered. H~eis amost exoc lent speller---
Irsasfibe Lalents, and what is~ very esisendial:
in no~iticla catvanss he Mslsscs indo hita-'


giresevidence of remlarkrable ability both
in interest and orator~y, and though much
younger in years, h~e was fully able to coon-
tend with M~r. CALL, W110 FRVe Ovident in-
dications of thle etffcts of his opponent's
blowse of argument as hie piled them on
Ilum thlick and floribly. Hlis exposition
sustained b evidence of MIr. Brecktin-
ridger political principles, and hisi devotion
to the union and constitution of our com-
1non countryJ was8 satisfalctory and conlvine-
ing to all whoe are open to truth and con-
viction. "

Our Candidate for Governor
Genl. M~ILTo.V is making most sccoperble
addresses in various parts of :hlo~t-te. OF
lais triumabant election thlere is, of course,
no rocutfor dublt. l'he people of Filoida
arawithl himn. It could not be otherwise,
unless we arle to suppose them prepared to
separate thelselv~es fromu their brethren of


1P t -et el pr d u e gprlad

Thle Srs:arra EVEtrGLADE, Of stal
vessel thle Jacksaonville &annda~rd oftt th
13 sm\\\ n aday I~ass, thlia well krnwn
Stleamere mladeu Ier re-apealrance~ iuour wa-
ters,sftoppiilgat thle whadiof Dr. Uartridge,
;und bringing thle Saana:lnh mail. She is
to ma~ke regular trips to Pihitka froml Sam
vanoal twoice'i aweek, learving the latter
place, wye learn; oy, Tuesday~ and YatUrday
afternoons. Capt. Jamies Tuckrer, formerly
of the Bar~ossa, andl well krnown on thu
Suw a~lnn andl theI Gu ~lf is her comm ndrer~


when onlce this point is reached there be- w-r Y*l 11 IBLIlil UO Ct TPICO L
ptiuln of thle United Staltes, anld th~e fear of being~ a veory skillful OLisr. We arp pleasi-
ing: no hovpe of electing Linlcoln in thle lusing hlis seat in the UbitedSta~tes Senalte. ed to we"CDl'cm himr to thle Energlade as ad-
opinilon of Dell's friends thren chance is a h osiuina eorc fFo i- din iiincreasd fcilitiesa to thle Steam Navr .
rendered sur~e by obtaining~ thl assistance, gaso onn our river.lio~l W~lur l~o lr-ithl Frve clegm 4,
if possible, of thle D~ci ackepublieanns. NowF may not thi, hop~e of b~ringfinlp language: as thle above; is it not preicisly n~ah, our City offers- the nmuplest induce-
atbout a coallitio n withl the rinolnl party, the positiuo of the Black Repubican~ pa5,y "'nents to thle terdinS public. Hurrah!i for
be the enluse of thle silence of B:ELL, and in, principle--"e~o more shrroe Staesf'-- the J"Dcksonville Steaml Fleet, and its gal-
the malin motive of his friends no~t havingr Furthermlore, suppose we webre to IPermit Tlos and exet~llen offeer~s." ftle1L~
adopted a P'latform or anly public declara- any discrimuinaltionr inl this principle of pro. h emsil isac fte1t
tion of principles, other than a support of tection of the property of the citizenl byintsa
the constitution anld enforclement of the Government,-ups < we discriminate b **Qu(2ite an1-interes~ting relieious meceting
Laws? Should thley rely uponshisi as their tw~)Een theC proteC o1 f property in Y1laves plane illo r~ ~ culrv u ler tila s persoem
liope for aeizing the reins5 the:y are mect by another very formidable i.nd submoit to FIuch inljustice, is no~ttll a ls ethoidiSt church in this place.- Upto thin
opponlent InI SrwUEX 1N.. I)OUirLAS, whol p rinciple inityi establishted as to all other, timlc (Wednle~lsdy) 20 personls hlae joinedl
if~r we ijt:;ke noo, is pl.yinug equallyp ad des- i pe~cis of prope:rty: JIlay we nlot thenr as te cud ,adseea aebencnet
Dperte anld hlopekead a game.lu If Doronais w.Ji legislate every other property- outpf or We sincerely hope~ this influnce xu.-y
be iable to deceive aInd csajle tle Belul aInd into a TerritoTy? Suchl a principle m~ust reachr our townl, anid that ~many ef unr eiti-
Everett meln into his support as! wll ns thet andoi sought to be odious to 411l whlo respect ZeusY mayP aqerpt the o$f~Nfelrsofeivo n while
aincolo f~ors hle my3) y~et be P'residentr of i ed mrevre thle perpetuiry of our CUnion. I sfir unded which so llunny *golden opportu-


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Oh, B~ieokinrb, l booplels muan,
STo the Wliltheit loie we wrill bear;
We've fornied outt 11160, let all who can
'the) glnelots tl'iumph sharo.


Will lead the serried cohlorts on,
And vict'ry must ensue'
Hlurrah for Breek nn Lnb

Our estuatey's call will Irally aill;
Then gllth'utml hitahaganI
Now Breek nnd Lanes our candidatee.
Itaveqptrove Di fald and hall,
kai~y're t thd 116equal liGh'tsof states,
1:\& thri Union of them all. .
-hek Coinititudion theyJ~ll def~ud,
The lawFsthey'll execunte-
hIEtelrritorial srquable end .
rind Bcttled all dispute.

Eurra, &0.


Nnh~a elf orst iop
I sidyl get~ thie ttraltr's pay-

P' o Irln6 b.:eI mmenr.J
fghi eo..aila a Houll~. `
el d *L Ill~lj I I. 151, &c.


We'll try our mands at splitting rails, .

Who enula p~obj starnll ut whro thil
Our gallant boys to I.au .
Just let him but a matlch nrow try,
With either onl our licket,
Ik'll find threy'll buoild thle frene so high,
He'll never cliasb the pickret.
Hiurrah, &c-
Th~o' Bell may ring his loudest notes,
And call Brownlowv's nid, -
And herest-tr to catch thle votess .
Mount vernon cards well play'd:-
They'll find~ovembher's ides wrill tell,
In dleaf ninlg, nmd'ning strain,
Tiepole, with tumultllu 11rcl
11s~re gone for Breek and Lan c.


famlpatign SOnlg.

~am-flikin-~s~orla dis Dinak.

The Biigher Law Power may rage in its spite,
dAdmar-hal irJ Linceolns so enger to fight;
Democracy aroused, its thuanders will' sound,
lnd Lincoln auld lamllin wili thll to the ground.
Sing tea rnle loo In, sing, &c.
The Sewardsr may preach till they run out their
sand,
A.ndittey may ichl lna woman inh a nman,"
Constisinioednalcptrines De~mocracy'll maintain.
And Seward an~d Lulcy will then prelt:14 in vain.
__ Sing too r l loo la, sh Re-
Abalition papers, and takeh~lood Pld fraiUd
bill flylikethod windls, andl tlihic a the floud;
The war will be stormy, but ~inclle in must fl, 1I,
Andl undlerbround railroards 'irl no gol nit l.,.
Sing too ra1 le loo lIn, sh g, &0.
The oraclesrpoken from Baltimoroe page,
Breckloiridge and Lane yon nowa must engage.
Finl up theirehobldphnalan with voters muost taIl'
Sound toud your rilrill irumpets and LincolnwKil-
fall
Sing too r3 le loo In, sing, &ec.
The "LI.ttle Giianl" Sqluarler inl Illilnee Isle *
aYr look to thle South and grlaciously smile;
But Breakinridge's spear his eye will engore
And Squatter Sovereignty will thecn be no muore.
Sing too rule loo la, afug, &c.
Abolition raids may set fire to the Inuld,
And marsha~l rlhs.ir forces withl ride in hand;
Likre Brown and his comrades thyllcSI celrtainly

The he pb is now growing their necks to install,
Sing too ra le loo la, sing. Ac.
Intervention measures ~be Lincoln may preachl.
And Abolition papers such doctrines maly teachl;

An b an his ao loers willet Ilnm pea its
rain.
Sing too ra ,eloas ng, 0.

And tec as~ dc rne tl e libt to le ls,
But justice and truth, tl-lant, will prevail.
And Breckinridge and Lalne deleted we shall
hail. i
Sing too r lelco la, sipg, &c.

Prince of Wales-,
The Prince had reached Toronto where
he had jsplended reception, not however
iritheait trouble from the Orange men, who i
insisted on dragging his coach! under at
Orange areb, in which purpose however,
they did not sulcceed. K~ingston is the
goly important place which the demountra- I
tiols of the Omranemen have presented
she Prince from visiting, through he has
hadiners orless trouble from that cause at
alipointasince leaving Mlontreal-

9Cas hnten Mattem .
W~nsinazoxo, September 14l.-Cayt.
Armatrpog has bera ordered to takre charge
of the Peoae~ola .Navy Yard, oice Com.
4thteall deconded. :The Seosetary of the
Nvy has appoiutedl a Board to examine
and report tle condition of iessels attaqe
to avj~:y, as eil..hl asthehadotabltyand
oler -qf equvertingr t em into screw
44 ~ii


CAR RLE BTON, 8. O*
VIA
Picoloat, Jacksonvuille and1 all Larndin~s
on the Rivers Pernandin*,h Fla. Sa.
YUa1Nnah Ga. llf ~ton1 anl Beau-
fl6 S. C
THIE SUPERIOR~ IOTY STEAM

FPACKET.






CAPTAIN, FIENN PECK.

o'dil leave P~lalktokevery MIonday night at 12
17:11leave Picolata. every Tuesday night at 2
a lockr A. I.
Will leave Jacksonvillo every Tuesday night
at il lae Fe andina every Tuesday knight at
2 o'clock P. I.
1 0l l2irile Savannahl every W~ednesday night
RETURNING '
Willleave Charleston S. C. Saturday S o'clock


At Palatkra Fla. UoRn NEvenin s
TEASDALE R:EID
e~p 1, 1883. am.

CPPITY TAXSES.
will attend at the City Hall to the collection
of city Taxsc for thle year 1860. Hours be-
tween 10 u clock Rnd 12 A. M1. Those persons
illm, dv enot inde thi neuln r ab st a so

CityE B.larShal.
August 251860.

P'ROBATIE OFFICE ST. JOHNS COUNTY,
St. A u~stic Auu 1880.





a T EL.ECTION wuill be held on Mondaly he
pL F:>rs x. of olktslir next,h ri tile seve d
ELepresemative to Congredk. Scuator for 17th
Sepalrorkt.1 D~ialrict, anld for Assemublyinau.
The foll~owinlg persons aire appointed Inspect-
For St. Augulsrne Prleeinch (election at the
Cu el liol n ob InS". lu~rvilace, Niholas
For P'icuilata i'recinctl (election at the H~ouse
of'Juseph C. Ycerr irs) George Colee, Sr., aa.
Colst and JaLcob Lee.
For M~oeasinl Branch Preeinct (election at
CIlal ull r.ilding ) A berr n:ogero, Dalrtolo
Fo~r Orapge ,llills Preeinct. (election at the
MIills) E. O. Shapk~ins, Thomans T. Russell, and
Peter Masterrs.
For R~olls Towvn Precinct (election at Rolls
Towvn) Gideon Yelvington, Joseph Grooms and
L. Gt. Siblry.
For Indepeutence Precinct (election at, tle
House or on thre premlises of Jlme~s Osteen)
Virgil R. Dupont, Jazues Pl'liicer, Sr., and
Geoor Tru PCr e Precinet (election at thre
House of IlobeRt. Mwklr lear tl~e aur n Sa p
and Alexander Power,
Poksa to be opened at 0 o'clocki A. MI. and

lrel ilns a the Iie tvr tof the t oler
book) to thle several preeinets, to whlicle thle ntl-
tention of the Inspeecora isrespecifully uged.
JNO. LOTT P'HILLIIPS,
August 25 1860. Judge of P'robate.

PAlINTS A1ND OILS.
T INSPEED OIL, Wh'ite Lead, Turpentine,
A Zinle Paint, Black Lead, Lellherage, Glasa,
1'll, Chom Bre Clto71' siellow, Chrome
Sept. Ifi. U. E. CARR.

JUST RECEIVED).
CPA'ILDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate
use, Choice exrctso~ for flavoring, vz:
Lemon, Vaniln, Orange, Roayberly Strawber
ry, Almond &c. also Pa~rgoric, Eilxr of Opium
Mlustanlg Linament, Bay Rulm, Seidlet Pov-
dears, C'ongresst Water, Epsoml Sults, Caanor Oil,
Senna, Gumarabic, blace, Ofores;, Cassil.
Sel t. 15r. U. E. CAIR.,


Bfall~lly MFllr,
ARRANTEDT Whitle Extra for Family use
.Selected for family Pastry Bak~ling &c.
on y 5thle melaining. B. E. CAR(.



TgUST Receivedl a lot of Choice auk, Old
CI Hyson. Y'ong do,very Superior-
dep't 22, 1860. U. E ('ARR,



SYE: PL O UR, BU~(CTICIT'.I I
'L OLUR, EXTRIA. .4. ll 1
FLOUSIN SAC~h'
22ral 180 U. EY. CARR'P.
~ ept 2 < ~00

FO YS TOYS! !
A large variety of Toys~ for the Ho~ltdays.
Nor* 1l ~T NALBOX


]3y tle Governor-Autest:
F. L. Ver.nproun*

Sept. 15,, 186i0. Sceayo tt*


$60 RtEWARD.

EYvi no of te InC ,aty it vle ucsed by
49 Iesolnltion of city council of thle I1thl Sep-
rplmla 1(0, hereby olFe I aR wardl of FIl SI
proof sufficient to convict, the person or persons
rvl burgliriously etelJettlhe rsatore :.












.CHE8NU GROE WHIBREY*



(The Puresl Me diceinal ~agent evrer krnown,)
has thernished thle comlmuniy a Stimulalnt Purs,
IIlealthfttl and Invigonraing, at the samel time a
yil deici b .r~ge I iaclund a to m
offoan th~e community. and whichI is inljurious8 to
body and muind. In addition to the certificates
heneath, hie has received a Diploma from thle
STATE AGR~ICULTURAL, SOCIETY, anld ad
ditio l te liln foto R. hACISS 0 f ,ag

pupity'.'
CERTIFICAlTES.
Phriladelphia, Sept. 9th, 1858
nBe have enrfutly toed thesample of n es
thnt it contiains none of' thePoissnousp Substance
n a ao~s Flit~il hisch ist sen ourlter sti

gener 11 uJe.
BOOTH, GARRBT~ & AM~O,
Analytical Cilmenists.


Jr., of Philadelphlis, ~andr having carlefullly IPesed
it, I amt plnased to states thatl it is entirely free
fr-om poir onoui or deleterioous allsubstces. It
is ano unu1Sullyll~ pulrl' ad fine niavered equality of
whisky. .JAMEs r:. CIILTON,
Anloyticad(:l Chdist.
Bojtonl, Ma;rch~t ;l1839
Ihv marrIndea chemical analysi, of comnmer-
cial s:amples of Chlesnut Grove Whli~isky. whids
p ovqs to be free from thle heavy Fuil Oilsc, and t
p rf~etly pure anld unI1drateralted. Thel fine
itrl of fhis Whi~liey is derivedlfr~omdhe Grain

r r une 'i.' 1 D., State Assb cr
Nuo. 10, B~oylston Streeyer,
for Sale by O. W 111 < Ipl nt,

No. 116 Wan~ut St Philadelphis.
Sept. 8, 1860U. ly


ek~ arn Prsnr
Nrw OnT.EALs, SePtemlber 10.-BIy ad.
vio s recceived here, Gen. Walker was takten
prisoners at Eonduras, by thle authlorities.
anld his fPoces mostly annihilated. Tle
names of thle fullenl meln are not given

Glrantt flmooratia Mass Meeting; and



241th Septediber. Gen. Johln M~ilton, Demo.
crut~i di wit~usc sfpisakers will address their
h arrangements will be mande wil t ihe
severnl Ralil~oalds to f ransport passsengcrs to
aned from fh~e Ikrlbecue frece of expensr.
It is hlopedl thl:t nvery eitizESll of East
Florida, and na mnly as can from other
counties, esipeelally Ilalailton, Madlcison anod
Lafay~ette, wPill come.
a e hlope to be able to annuntoo thle arri-
dbal and departure of the TrainJ in our next
issue.-E~ast F'~rlidin -

Do00n LAS Yl BEL BA H b LrCIt
In his speech a t tol Rhlode Island "~Clau-
bakte" t110 other dayJ, Senator Douginls salid,
(If my object was to get thle Preaidency
L~y anly meanIs, ralthler thaun vindicalte thle
n1ot, pyrap I wrop11 wcrilling ophly

loe meto bya r on (he'Rs tI wuo~u $
03rb to receive anly man a vote under


as. A m~illitary coanpun to be knlown






DIED--In this city on Sunday 16thl in~st*
RAMON~0 inlfant .son of Rla os sad Ar-
Ta Ca~vova, aged oile year mind twenty

'Suffer little chlildren to come unto me, and
forbid themo not for of such is theg kingdom o
heaven."
DIjrc-In this city on Sunday 16-1h inst.
1.UGARDA, infuat daughter of MAinrUEL
and GABNrA ANDRnEU;, age one year and
seven mon~tha'



We areaunthorized to say thant there is
grentleman in thle city whou will bet FIVE
HIUN~jRED or ONE5 THOUSAND DO~L-
LARS, on the Grovernor's election, snd will
give thle opposition flee hundrled vo'e. -
Calll at thlis ()Flice.9




aliSS Mathcr, having secul~red the se rvices or
MY aissd AI L. Wright. (Ite or the i anualelCo -
iii thiis day, onl the 16thA of October.
Mlira Wright is a lady ofsavrocior attainments
*ndr of eleganlt accomplishmntsiir and hsa had
nsuchl experince inl trainji:!g theP yo)LUng haing ll:
Jceen Teatcher olf Mathematics andi~ of theo latlin
unid Peuech Ilnung gcs in rile Pe ] nle CIollegr a
tuten~hr at Marion, .lilabmn Pr~e iulsui to tisse

is Tealcher optuku, e D~rawing andII Palnting.--
111ss Wrightl sketchen readily irom natulre, and,
il addiiorilo llo lhieox paintingng of various styles, oilp, wat\er olor~s &0
Mips Mather caln confidently recomlmend Mliss
W~right(to ll Ihe patron ofthie rchool, asat inisb-
:d tenecher, and arn arccomnplished lady; anld she
trusts that herl efforts in behlfnl of education at
thle Southl maiy meet thea approbaionui anld useU the
support of her patrous in every partL of the
counrtry-
Sept 180. ,tf.


:


RNHEIRiFF'S SALE. .
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
SCircuit Corrt for the counties of Volusio and
Brevard in the Eastern Oircuit of Florida alnd to
mle directed and delivered in favor of William B.
Giles et. al. vs. RufusK(. Sewallanld wife, 1haLVe
leve p~ojll nu will expose for sale at 8us 1
of A"ildle38, lithe ulual hu: -f s\l n~ eol-
interest of i'e Thousa~ndl three Hulndred and
Thirty-thlree Aeres, being thle thrird part of cer.


edl to John M~. Hanslon, et, al.
Thel above sale is postponed until thle Ist
MUodndyin May~.
Thre above sale is postponed until the first
Ieldn vi Jue i otoe ntltefr
The above sale is postponed until the first
MIonday in Augut.
4Ti enabyve sale is postponed until the first
abiony is po oeduni te irt
'The above sale is postponed until the first
31suday in Novyemnber next.
.The aroe sale is postponed until the first
Mounday in December next.
Theabove sale is postponed until the first
monday in Jnuambry next-
TIhe haboe saleis postponed until the first
M~onday in Feemberu next-
Thle above sale is postponed until the first
Monrday in Manarch next.
Thle above sale is postponed until the .first
.Mosndy in Apbrinl next.
Thle above sale is postponed until the first
monday in unreh next.
Sh{ a oveurlsal is postponed until the first
The. above sale is postponed until the first
Mh thaor inl Anst p tponed until the first
motidll io~n eptm next.
The above sale is postponed until the nfst

11onday in Ocptombr next.,

Wm.B. DAVIS,
Acting, Sheritff revarud County.
arch~ 5th--1850.


MAIL ~ARRACEMENTS.
NE W C II EDU L .
Northern Maiil closes Satulrdaysa at 9i P. ;1I.
and Thunrsdays at 11 A\. J1.,
Soinherntl\!ail closes onl Saturdauys and Thurs-

Niorthern Mlail i!, due on Thrursdaygs and Sart'
urdays by 12 P. MI.
Southernl Mail is due on Friday at 12 MI. and
Sunday a e oill ill be open for delivery
from 7 to 9 A. RI.
OFFICE HIOURS From 9 to 12 and 3 to 5,

Prospectus of the Daily and Weekly
Observer,
se-j SUCH WVILLT BE THE PRO-j
aress of our city fromt this date, and xuch
is thle increased interest manifested along
our busineCss mlen for thie establishment of
a daily palper inl this city, thist we find it
absolutely necessarily t, comilmence the aub
licaltion of the D).fLY OBSERVER pON
THJO! FIRST DAY OFr THE ENSUING
MONTH, SE~PTEMBEI~ R. It will alwa s
sealously, but respectfullly, co-operat~e wi h

p 0 p ric e yofot, e aty winh an it luis
All Staite interests anld wYhatever will add
to thle prosperi ty of our young and growring
State will receive due attention,
Th i le~t oo ll buitairl and arow.

ot eit tee distinefly understood that the


I~ts cs o~led renoy of Inr t

purity forlli Ie famlily cirlel. Parlticular
couent ioun nil 154i to mattel anard thingsF


DAILY OBsErIVER. $10 00
EELLY do 2 50
l ostmasters throughout the TUnited States
actinug as our Ahgents, will receive a com-
Iniru <>fu0 p~er cent on all money trans-

31AltZONIl & JONES.
Pensaeola, Aug. L'd. 1580 **

INOPECTINE,
T d eril Pev81 s1'rla.
.For the prevention nlid cure of Fever and

";nedywsb~lh to l nweg t p-
as x xj rieol~ iy af nind wh huls een a great
while going lownu thle river Euphrates, he ex-
perienlced a severe attack of Fever and Ag~ue.-
me ~l rm l is peonditio Am et, sa to .
"MYear this and nallever will touchl you." Al"
an exceiesc iaserit e ietitf salu mp61s ice
always found it sn effectuacl protection from all
malalrious complain's
Un further Investigantion he found that the
bor~moi iruntibtre oto itmlnc Itou poes, an

gentlellnun in convzrsinlg w~ith a P'ri tst obininued
Irom hinuttesoecre of its preparation, and a i
certahtned where tke meodi~inlal herbs were founl,
of wch it wals compounded. Thle wonderful
virt es of tl s atiole h tiindyeede a flbe-
lous healing pmaers of' their Pr~iets.
Since hris reluin to America, it has been tried
writh the haptpiest. ciie~ct by severl3 Ladies and
t utlem l of a sigh characters, whor have given
ih ail most unqualilled praise. TIhis remedy
hnri g betn a spccific if. Perst~ for hundreds of
:lnd Agbue and .Uillions Fiever.-id now otfered
eo Am:er~nican peoplle.
'v ill be sou~t by mairl, p..r aid, with full
directions for lsa,.on receiptl of onle dollar.

merce Building, New Yorkr. Adi! ess.
JOHN~ WIL :OI CO.
Julyl41800. ly.


31ERCIIANT TAILO1.
TYOULD respectfully inform his friends
01 ,iengaereal ), that ire is always

on hrawll.n~ an a y a:Ls spl ig Lnself e t
the: most fashionable Gioods, such aJs pperior
F~renchl blackr, blue aInd brown Cloths, blackrDoe


mlanship, lor cshl only.








|N, .O G]ERO LI
( BENE~T 'S C8 ONER.)
AS~ on hand evr~ry leading Brand of the day
G1ivehlun soallan~d exanuniefer yourselves
L ec. 5- `

LIVE OAK' LA\ND FOR SALE.
3 00 Aeres'situated aboutl.Bmiles trom'St.
ugustine Pla., and one mile froln' boal
narvigation. This tmrat is heavily tim-
hered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
is adapted be thle cultivation of any crops glrown
in the s1outherIn country. Also 80 nores of Land
situated about 17 m les south of St. Augustine,
a 11a oealled Fish's. For f cheR part cuhars
SSt. Augustine, July 1i, 1800.


Is~nts & Caps ,
FAL FASHIONS'9 ARE OUT.T.
Broke loose c rryingaway ~3
the spare chinlge like a Z~~
mlercileas s showman eCrevy 1
body m~ust have a, new IUnt it no
oan anord it, and ervry bo~dy must kniow all
4houtl the arlious kinds Of' flts in order to
choose knowingly siuckr a raciny. Every thing
from a stove-pipe down ton chreese, with Droad
Urimls, Shrort Britas, Round Brims and no
S.;. ... .. ..1, ..s Cas userd u lalnd I < c
Plug Ukly Swell Htead Ventilators, Regulafors
anod TRp aol ind fotvr ydlag ver nw
always slopt lib Idhat. So hnrth for hbtEs
oRes. It, T. NELS 9


FUREJITUTEI PURNITURBE

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,



Dsgf88f THVIOr,


nou. n7 BOWERY. Newf York.

xLli emlraaru h a~rlre? >T yrb r

LARG)EST FURNTITURE HOUBSES
in y re nid B~lse frenhnee

Towrir e3c csi~~.: ii LIL.L :scr, or Tm.


M~ahoganly,

PraLOR AK 4 oA~mnBE Fwn.


Alsol C~rr. and Woob cSEII workl dl.2(a~ll-
lies; losA1, ItJEm and Busexo MATWEEra~e, a
larg stock; hnurre Do cu~asae Yukmrvas,

Jenny Lind and4 ExEtension Pist
.Bedateads,
5 feet wide, specitilly for thg Southern Thradi.
Their facilities for :jlanufacoturing ldoff com-


I aNo Go do Betailed on Time,3.
"Nor Dl0xcanova r SnIn~- ixxpr

"KAT8s COME OUT oF +lTHEI IIQM: TO D~IE,




-"Gostar s"~oc..~t~is
tor.
"Costar's"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminaetor.
'CoStar's"
"Costar's" Electric Powder, for In-
sects, &o.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Rats-R~onches-AlIice-Moloe4Ground Mice--
Bed Bugs-Ansta-Moths-JAlbosquitoca-Fleas
_Insects on Planlts, Fowla, Amimals, &0., La.-
in short, every form and species of




10 Years established in pNw York City--usedi
by La orCi uPo tfrc-tei ont ,rsn
&c.-thbe City Hotels, "A~stor," "St. Nicholas "
&c.-annd by more than 20,000 private fami-
lies.
ggi? D~ruggists and Retailers cevberwre sell
them.
agif Who esale Agents in 011 the large Cities

88' ! ewaRE! I of Spitrious imitations,
Igii* $1.00 Sanrple uoes sent by MIail.
$@?" Address ordere-or for "' Oireelar to De-
ers" to
1 1ENRtY R, COSTARI, Pnacrmore DEPOT,
412 Buorwn-, (OppositeSt. Nic~holasHotel;}*
N. Y.
SOLD BY B. E. CARR
Maly 13--1800. Sm


If V OO SA~s

50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
T. am now prepared to offer to my old fr~iends
- f tis Ancient eity and Sr. Johns county a
Irost splendid assortmentu of fall and winter dry
goods at very low prices for cash or cityat-
coptllnes at sixty andl ninety days credit with
qprl1 I nst r Or aarn froy qoiunix

lyopt attendled to with get caeadntn
1 annpt give entire satisfacto to otir pln 0 seeg
Ai~ country friends may rly upl t if the
se d m~e o ders for dry go is tupon thiy will h
pi at ap wihrleat cll e and aIttention t give on -
pu ches 10 etdk is huseer. to nto\ dollars
You h~ave here a list at a litw of any larg s
sortmpent of goods. reAs
R Y (1~ 0 0D
consisting of Frenchr boad Cloth, D3oe shkih Cun-
simeres, Pilot Cloths, Satletts and( K. Jean,
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassuimers, Ladies Cloth.
Mlerinos of allI coolos, Ensurei nand plain Delanes,
gryUnktu Ler Ul ket J, as 1lil a tr
tlerinlo under ~Shirts Fancy Cloaks, Bfournl a
Deldsius, Gents Marino hgllf afloat Frnclh aled



~ARIAT~GE GUIDB-Dleing a private in.-
I strutor for married gersonet or thros
abutit tob married, both manle anud female, in
everything concerning he phygiology and Ieta
tions of our sexual system, and the productionl
or prevention of offsp~ring, including all the
new discoveries never before given in the En-
glish language, by WH. YOUNGt, 16. D. Th~ia
is really a valuable and intereatmng work. it
is written in phtn language for the gener..
reader, and is I!1susrated with numerous Eli
gravings. All young marrie~people, or those:
colntemplating marriae, and having the lean
im edimend osurre elie 3 s oul rahi -
be acquainted with; still it is a book that mu ar
114mbe sepnd tonn an one rece pt asnei
fve bent,, in specic or postage stamps. Ad
dess DRt. W. Y G, No. 416 SYhUCE St,

gg,, AFFLICTED) AND UNFORTUNATE-
No ma~tter whlat may to your disease, before
you place yourself under the care of an3 one
of thre notorious QUACK(S-native or foreign-
who advertise in thisor any othan paper, get,
a copy of teitleref Ur, Young's Books and reard
it carefully. It willbothouteaneof saving you
an~y a doullar, your hanlth, and possibly your
life.
or ,.:.jllr len I. ab..i.lied osn sa or ar..



10 Dtes Gil~Unt prop Rock y & &a
Agrl) T-1L


PROOLAMAT (015.



OTICEl is hereby given that nn Ellection fm.
I(ES TOB OP~P I~e a eNT Rlidbe7Cj
~t the nusul precinctfs in the sevranl ounties of
this State, on TPUE81)AY Ihe 6th day of Novem-

in oh a n r hea~ib d bt Ilr fu nl c an w
and returns ofleolecion for a Representative to
Congress. The numnber of ElectorsB tobehlo.en
is three
III Testiru ny Whereof I havre horero see

[L.. 8.] Il the~retSeal oftbehelst of Flor~ian,
D~lo ne alt. Talk i~~asced ahi 3d day of Septem-
M. 8. PERRY,
Governor of Florialn.


DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMENTS-

thle followving times and places:
Jnlacksonville. WYednesday, August29.
bl gsture 1ln.yJ, Septem'r3 a
Il,er lase, auslly 4
leheynpek~sssa, Baturday, "8.
Tapa onday. 10*
Dro ltzill, \Yenr dy, ]O

Panlattn, MIonday, 17.
Orange Creelc, Tuesda~y, 18.
M~icanopy,. Wednesday, 19.
Gllm vrille, T~raday, 0

Clay C. H., Saturdany, "2.
All Opposition Speakers are invited to attend,
anld participation in discussion.


I L personlshn~ving any, a~n as or dmanlnds


indebted to thle Estate are re uoired to mlal@
immuediarte maaenlt to
pyC'ATHERINE. CAPELLL1
August II, 1860. Swr. Execurrir.




ALL person indebted to the ElstaeofROQUE
eaelEON~qRDtY alte on eI Juse ColuJ p e
ment to the uindersigned. Alnd all persnos
having claims against t~he said Estate, are re-
quired to present the snme duly authenticated
wnthi two years, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their paym8 BNA ENAD

St. sine 9 I86Adminislnrst x2
8 Apgutn July 28 B, Sw*




APPLICATION will be made to the next
A oon e.- s...sw omePlridn, or a.chaF
tet ofamColpanuy to facilitate the Erporting
tena me oYths Sot sern Epo nq us, rt
co lnyn s 16.





A LL pgrpens indrebted to the state of James
His dlr eeased are reguestedl to mnake im-
luediate payment to the gudersi nod. And all
persou~ns havi olaimel agasustr toe said esat~e
alre required to preseus thle same withlin two
y arr, or thisi notice will be plead inl bar of
exor pay le1.C FERRICTRA Administrator
July 7--1860-. .S


VeOkTABLES, Pens, Corn, &0. &o.
u. CARR,
Sas.qc ??-lSS)


THE two Story Stone house
with lot and kitchen' Io, oth

by Wm. ReEY e wtr eho ,pp iet may be
made or at this oflice nlearly oppositel -
april. 8,-1 -4





FURNIlTUTEI FURNITUREz

|WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,


De@afRRY TayloI'
(Porm~ly H. P DeGAAg)s
no. SY BOWERY. new YokIt,
exi e~i a sli~ent as si too eai hegt, ar
makling it one of the
LARGSEST PURNIITURE HOUSES
la the United States,
to t Whosl r'ul eo 1n or Tineen
Their Stook Consists, in part, of
Rosewfood,


PARLORL AltMD H R WRE3Bp
IITURE.
Also, Cass and Wsion SEaT WOrk, all qggli

i sets, canl $22 to $i100,
Jenny Elnd rnad E itension .P~st

5 feet wide, espec al for he Soutlhern'lrsh
,,Their facilities forl namana~ir~noui ve>> 9Pm-
euttion. .


No Goods Retailedton 'i~'0:i


"Nor Dascenous To T1 rus1~ Hurix FIus.r
~"RnaT 00.8 DUT OF THEIR HOLES) TO DIZ.."




00 tr'" R4$, Roach, &O. Exterminac.
tor.
"Colitar'a"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminlitor.
"Costar's"
"Costar'a" Electrio POWder, for In*
secta, &O.
DESTROYS INiSTANTLY
Rais- o ce MFrice---ole -r une lic
--Insoects on Pltsule, Fowls, Aiuslr Isok., ke.-




10 Years established in New York City-used
by the thle City Post-Officebthe City Prisons
and Station Hlouse--thle City Steamers, Shipr,
&c.-th~e City H~otels, "Astor," ISt. Nicholas."
&c.-anod by more than 20,000 private fami-
lies.
$iP* Druggists and Retailers everywhere sell

aiP* W'holesale Agents in 1l the large Cities
$i TO BEWARE! Of Spurious initationg!
Agt ?"1.008Samplo Boxes sent by ~il..
ig* Addreassorders-orfor " Circular to De>~
lers"to`
IIEN~RY R, COSTAR., Parserrax, D.or,
'1 51BnonownY,(Opporits 8r.Nicholes ~otel; )
SOLD BY BI. E. CARR.
nauv e9--isc. 3m.


RJyBr gogds

50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
an now prepared to offer to my old friends
of thlis Armient city and St. Johns county a



tiiedraeomnned Ort refo sycmil
pro lprly attended to wvithl great oUr and attend;
Lion o~give entire satisfaction e theprurchrnas
sedIeoun rs fu d gods no il tlhiey nil d



rile avlwe 22 frer cent. of, fu cnB.



e P lngon 'rnch broadi Coth ,Dnoe akn Cl
Tweed Cloth, Funcey Caessimers, Ladies Cloth,
Mlerinusof ali colors, Figured and plain Delanee
gry ilnnktsngo~P1t""s, ."M~i'ol". "",!!!
mach~ Prints, Ladies and misses IIbse Gents
Merino under Shirts, Faincy Cleake, A ounin
D)elains, Gents Mlerino half Hose, French s
English Cambries, Red and W'hite Flannlels.
nov.T. NELSOK

1Althl:AGE GUIDE-Being a private in
I structor for mared persoas o th~o
::acptlt;nP obdoeron te psindo~ ende nc
tions of olr sexual system, and the producior
or prevention of off-spring, includia all thr
new discoveries never before given in the Ba~
glslnguge by q z w Yii ., ".D Ti

gs el a 0ual alditar eouin eork I a
ok islnes wrte t li latae voe geshowl

rolbder ntis alulde baeh ueo uW E
grvus. AFFlICTgmrED AlDepe UN OR TU Te-
No edmantt hto mayre li6e yourd dcr~e., beksr
boou. place ouself unegre thatee re of ny orl
blof ted nooius Uand KS-neabotive, ors eight
whol ade tseint thisyp or ny the rocio paper, ge
t caerfully. -14 spin pbe the mnsor assir.g you
Drs B. WOUN YOapG beovetts on say ,af flu
aiseaes de11Pharied ihis. Pubaatos a
Ofie,- No.ITE 416 D Spruc Stret, AbweF
N ausser 26,t 1850. eyb'li~. bl

IG aoyoethes Gum Dr. op~s E 63kl unl ,/ A


I -- -- ------"-7--i- i-~-Z"-~~"~----=-----


_ __ I


~ oe~
d~i


Reliable or lors from the Trade, by Mail I
Te~legrph, filled, on application to
AUb'PI EN, Agents,
Lfa Feri Ytreet, N. Y.


rug Fluid Mlanufacuturers and Dealersin Lamp
N. B,--XEROSENE is Use trade
miae -of' t h'e Keosene Oil Co., and a
per~sonsa are carutionedl aglastn usling tl
set ird-mr for8.1(jjl othro oils. m

JOSEPHI V. HERLNANDBEZ,
M\ERCHANT TAILOR.

and OhU e 7 pgblc geealy, ta tie i~s oli
preparedl to executfe any or lers, in hr
lineo, which threy may favor him ~ithl. He hi
on hand, and is always supplying hiimself wit
the most fashionlable Goods, suchl as superi~
French black, blue and brown Clothsa, black D~
8k n, and Pancy Cassimers, Vestings, Nee
All orders executed in the best sty~l e oforl
manshlip, for cash only.




C~heap Goods
FLOU
MEAL,


$*UBLrSHED EVERY SATURDAY

AT -


MATH 1 AR ANYDREU ,
M TpROPRIE'1'OR.


PRICE OF BUB~SCRIPTION:
TWO DOLL],RB PERd ANNUM X
INADV.ANCE. .
a3 AIVPTISrEMETB Ril be inserted On the



a pr l cnnctdwih usnen hal
mater Dover ther aount contrated fo. lie n
Allu adiirtisemet ntsrtiot, mark wireth the
her. ofinaortionisaqequ irsed, wo
es OLntdfor Tell chalrged for all so. i
roUncemertnts ofCndidtesp fo ntre Offie in d

tariacato advertisemet pAy ablequrtierly;
adet rdaeensr fomncednt stanerbs ands tranle
personuadspayableis aance Allson others wilbe
consuere due whe aont cotalled fo. $0 0
Leg aloir Busimnes iCt ards, pr an 10 00
Applofiasotion forLettiers ofAnistra 5e 00 iu
oame tora MDbr 0anCrgeditors 0
Applicationl ilb hre for dimisaa Adii-
donemn cl idpe for JobPritin mus pa


ATne TOCOTt ril ohadno ath St. Johns -
Eve EsteF ida en
Thisamnt Hom tel hars recetrntl en
penn poa leobusne xlesootve Pias b
oledreminule nhno lee g li oi
St.. r~ui er neIardspa 0
turning Inve Tooo Levery of~mnsm


*I u



ST.i. Chamebeors .n Preiao Mny

(Fo~crmerl Duo dsni&stodrt and Dubois,



aerom in CO the "Bie Houseohn
*Dr.sive steet Plrd 4th Avene,| n
Thssrlatbleplceptinfo uhaserders

byl Wne terfsthfulxcuted)and erectin stlis. po
mB~s .acitneevrc Tulsa fr, thdseoionof r
t.mioy e an scedleof pFrics hin ni h
Mach1-86 T. SmETcol.


Hats & Cap~s.
FALL FASHUIONS ARE OUT,

th" pars am nng wke pg
merciless showman every v
body must have a new Hat it he
can anord it, and every body must know all
about the various kinds of Hints in order t~o
chas kowinl suoha va ity. Eviry thi

Brims at all, Bearer Casimer Pl'ush and velvet
Morphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaunty
Pui gl T ,1n H een etil trs, Regulato
from Noah's day down to that of the man who
always slept in is hat. So hurrah for hats.
Nouv. 12. T. NELSON.

HAVANA




N. RO GERO

E~L N n ovry leado BRand ofthe day
Glivpehim acalleud examinefor yourself s

L~IVE OAKC LAND FOR SALE.
800 Acres situated ahout 6 mliles from St.
Augusine Fla.r and one mile fromr boat
Snarvigation. This tract is heavily tim.
hered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
is adapted to the cultivation of any srops grown
in thle southern country. 4lso 80 acres of Land
situated about 17 m lee south of 8t, Augustine,
I plae called Fish's. For further particulars
apply o F. P. FERREIRA
st. Augustine, July 14, 1880'

nPLtE 18UGR.--Just rceei e ..CR


'KBRO 8 NE OILI
THE.~TEWYORKK IEROSENE OTL

(E~sTABr~iMED 181.)
Announce thrit, having mnae great improl
melitr in tile IR&Dulhcture of Kieruoene, theuy a
now enabled to offer it to the Trade at
A REDUCED PRICE*
The attention of onstomers is respectful
onle to Yir suboie te yh aresl o




nMATERIL. LnAMP. I





\Vltna .Ol Slr .3
Lard Oil. Solar. 1.010
Spenlu Oil. Solar. 2.035
I1 go~li L rge Wick.




$11 $


8.85 1 00 12 00

706 1 5 i 70
850 3 25 26 47
300 87 80 CO


TRAYO~u R~n~lA MERICAN AND FOREIGN.
O. SA RnR~Y TER:OSCOPIC EMIPORlIUJI
THAT~ ~ ~ ~ .ren RllD:ANTHION 7,
ve- ~g w acne 808 Broadway, New York.
re BA~LNCHE'~ 4n Oc Atr lt 1880 Isof 501 BROA'DWAdY wo
S~C 6' BPanrlIO doors fr'om theC St. NFicholasHoltel.
nE our. r ST~ osrr Iws SNHF PCso Thre Stereoscope is the most instructive, in-
lly : OL gV U trestingr ne ertai rig, amusing, anud exciting
in i~N~olVFU&NntN ae2 nooo \uo ungnne too I ano to
813025 THEPPPE ledge its wort~h and beauty.
~e~a~c THRPEOLG an0w Ilm tin oplete wilbout it, and it must
apmrc~~~~1 T( MPI preslents to y'our view every part of the
BFFRETL Pi016, wqr*1 pnal sthe reli f bobleria, p lap t vr
FOR URETHRAL DL~EASS po

liBIHF~HLD~~ Eure Asia eriicn A~n a trn in seaca 1f t


laW A SILY TA ~ YIar B S wizrland R The Rhnoifl n te, V ersales, St. loud,
1 snv~ 1 RIQnocroRS Bl Fontasi nl d ur c n T utl leria, Itly, Tur I gc pt

EAS6~ N.lr xO' BAD TASTE ary &c.,&0 nequsie vassrtmety of 1116. V
IU o mB'BIL; irlnatd, IneirsoalaR m ces, Chlsurce, H and
i~~a IS &doL Tn(N Frg, athdralsnu of Flrane,. Italy, ke.,ke, The ef-
lfatofthens ie iol lumntd. views Iis, moIsJLt rmr
IS ESLY IYEN riEvey gentl beman fwalth andrened, pi~iu taste
ILLd NOsc AU CURE. should hav in hxqis aidg roomsomtnenb 1i our


A ~ o snr r~~ t of true ilmnae iew tm, n medst re2 "
gj gjji gj' Athony Ienstl an aneous Steradreoscpe Visew
wraour ulw too lg r h lts hoorpicwne hyae
-~X OR CRN ra takqnin thefrtieth o plarswto a secaud, nd evero-
or OR CHANG OF r DI cpe t h oing no matr h owrpil i0s maqy. be omag
P9L S~PCI CIIUIisg depiced asshrpl fasnd itin ctlyanifne it( had
a ~ HO' b0L F g grateftetl no a tie 8 nd mand o h'it
WI~THOC rus939 T lRotlars, adds the har of ifeandmtin hepo

ono rn to n3
e ORE CIPEEDILY, Amongno nther thinw ehave just puyblhed uoi
ll Ql6 v F i Sterocpict Ilutrts ofapl nl ithe cene osf ithe
he Moeon t eretl tacyer. Me is c p~s.~d roman(
ua~~E~L~aE OF DIL~T; wll e. foun t ine oeurctalge. ofiaiaeutle
AND PERMANEU~rFL Our ctaloguer oflion slujetsndrices. wll be
n- ~~118ANDs PERMNENLY,., forwaded tos ay addre own nd recipt ofa tap
o- I nn LFRITR(IUMe.s Par ien la dste ores ensiong as lerm, so, eo

J IOR~ne RE MED a; narse i, tof Amrno (wihou in strent) cn b
is flfION PAUGE.LY PArteougur wiiush to e advied ofs everything
as RY TISTLY ON ACA E really valuable in the line tht Scmese ou t, m
th O nmG sT end s their namitees to plae on ricolrd, ad w
or~~~w ONE PACKLer mill keepuu thmpstd our nown exense
oc NE pPSACKAG Me of ctlesure wilfin Phoetogranphyce a most
k ~ ~ ~ N son dd amb ed nish fascinadng o anydd delightfill amuement. We ar
asempclenbe~ especialnP an eutayltrasa a rutions aHwt o taklnn e sereelg scopi8ie e, 1,
ForN salei StWNRM. Auusin such Iportuer and Manufacturerut of Phtorpc b
B.W hl E.OW CARR-Y aerialSStee oeadtracpeiw
i. THN IhlW~ofn RE~DY. iews one,t o sthou, instr us.... can m.
is TP~BL I S 8, I I t armis w h coibert b draph ers.Frstclass
TI s DYPPTCEEDY pu"r ely::"t;'"? ?:":::'":: At oed withprice
11I ~ ofrs NN A~OEdSegaive nae opaeo eod n
*ES Mar. R. m.
,1 ElSS D sepacos wikete otdtus rpe.
Re d ~ EXTRORDNAR SALE OF Les~ewlfn hlgrlpams
Ik henhllstm Cbml Ull& he I aOLDPE 110 ILSiatn Roldtgllilnrlllu. W r

mL dici(n~e in th1 11.ru o d


So in Geoagrgiar an Iprtrad Fornfnloc 50Of Pogml

'~cunr aOre6IO~ls rspelul A".i'l:2;" Uto ??1:ake a
,nrnro plsl warne t i;d?.tw'ock as ou droull a, t
Ltrae wlea ue ibrll .ig(10W o osdr
bSEQ I ue irection srlourbui nessatiradermwantentystbise
878d fblyed any an pit noud ril pie
~ ~ ~ ~ o CRe o D sppsano


Keed haV th F Ilas, GED VN no om

Jaunicr nte eerl m, ne saa mbworld.
Debility Palita po eni eith Codn hat Phed,





fourteen montPremium they a~re cntiled prfto.l hey can ene i
.LO~s ofAppetit hav th prvlesn ogs of sedispng of or itiftey

puchary c~.,and selor trade thiern sabo artices
iy wadapted to ie Fe. "'-ell~oren- pn.4.viedorIrue ..
cure if irecions tok sleendue thir moyney mh avne, the can ie
reyuon being s fairly ad erantl et iih s though
p ins itey ahd ma ode prevous apliat h ison Ltey



tyf Of OURil sam- "and son /sen adftor tenilandoen
IllRIOSase Ofc a pnRed2ore dun reticleasuitabl*F ofer

Every invli me ex Don .#oansGld itmyI o



We havpoe Gol W tatchers lorn ine, Mosaic Gold
tion, ~ ~ Stne Camec Garne and- Coral~" 1 Breast Pi mns
PROPRIETORS, andy Ear Rn Goldraletn dsrnn Gold leev
863ea oatiarNew s York BttoneGold Blt ldes Gold Rirng cm. &+,
.erse *pris Also Pans, Me lodoon, MusRw icl Boxpe, Ao-
Unexcetion able refon erency es ur give whener
B;E ARIs reqiuirted. konildo h c t
April 14-180 Ape-te B.-In sending your namesrite the
b 0 n ms h as gied g plail, so is a tion aveoid

TeEG~t~ ABLES Peak, Corn, hi &e.CARRai .h 102(A 8NEGT


BUCKWHEA3

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FIBI

CATSUP


BU~TTER,

BIEEF,

PICKLES,


CHEESE,

PO1K,

'<'IPE,


SUGAR,
COFFEE
SPICES,
CRO FECTIONERIES
TOBACCO, 4 -
EGARS, .


health and Eappiness Beaured I
YOUNG MENV who are suffering from the ef-
flcsdao aar~6ne3- con beasurely nd permaston-

The conentrated Cure !
A GEETAJINAD POWERFUL REMEDT TOR WEAE*
nass orrITH





That wonl4 m cyN Yule E EnDIt restore to
aNaturdlStrte ofaealth and Vigor, parsons
weakened by excess, or by
Ths Epre aCRat ois Lo aTI~UEA T E H.
A PURELY MEDICIWAL REME*
DY.
Th **t~ ** e inried oty i

Send for a ciratilar ares, readitcarefully, and
thenyonwill send for the medicine.
PRICE PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
Canbeanstb mailE Onevi 1 1 llstamonth.

KARI[FG~ER Aesar,
Wo. 942 Broadway, We Y.


Q9UACKERY EXPOSED.' 7
A valuable Mledical .Trealise on disease and
weakness frh EXIL OA N(,L b

SFo dnl ar vboerybdPrkcel2 Cents.

aelenael zwsva~ wa corer



OmMW&' ROADWAY* COP P


110 WAI.I BTBEET.
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This Company Insures Thildings, 35erchan
dise, S~hips, and their 04lrgoes, in Port, House
hold Furniture, an4 Personal %PaTp.gy
generally aginstLloss or Damage by fare*
JC)SIAH W. BAKER,President
JOHN BODINE, Vice President
WM. JAFFARY, BSecretag*
6GEO. R. Puna s
Agenf t, ADT p .
June 5. n.


PIP ES

sons


SOAP,

xAIS,

FLUID,


DATES
AN'D
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CAMIPHINE
JELLIES,
FIGS,
B.


BR~OOMS

CANDLES


PRESELVES
E. CARB.


For sale in St. A ~bin e l
B. E. CARR
Apri 14--1860 '


W a ariety of Toys for thr T 8N JI




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