Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: September 29, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00209
Source Institution: University of Florida
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fed:rjiy It riprisi-nsud a, iai Ded'd.uuiooiet Wh~iefs bre BT66id rrrntl~y II~n
unceraTile Cynvenir On, spending orn the~ (he Cnonsisurion, andJ rhrlarge runlber of
eminorityg rand I,:.ylty of th .b L~~ocrrstae youg Fonsldudi~ who are "sp~ging bell,
Puliy wael. IJougue s Ijor loo d heirds as empt
Niw, e?mlemarn, having wisdi pted any. the trairmainc~l. they ring, cry nlDianni p
self~ and 18eU Consututlionll Deb~LC eyun fr **D~iw.Oilor.I (PIIiolorIpdt) lauht
thea charge of herll g rbanduond bkre.p..i ch ers) Evejn rcouirse92 yet asmi 1.
ti-..n theyr took in 1554, ia, 1863 engin co~rngsh infanass on that'Ip Bhtpoly L
18571,Iun uon pyne er. u lld T f 1sai0D w~bi9 hts ann
urki Willacw ththL b idf tol '-onf'frdiariio ddtr

topies, I desireI 1o nuk? ad PrOve a com-
prehensji e salrement in regard to mly posi.
rlon in liount-eriuln with the Pred-lency[ of
gthe Unired 'SrMs.
I brave ~B bee haIrme willh If premo~ure
arubirior; I haerq~teen charg-d wirl. intrigu.
ing for the nomi~naino; I hasri L~ocan ching-

pccople... no ea;rinF o ~ll.... myiself be
forr han fir wine .itiphss ali~es in their

.,si tilition


4 '.wavor~e~t jurp; a~wr'asoll-
o ll d or havp~iililitraed noiry.: To- these B
nee j rd~itdeat nonr, 4 me"rils Ichyoe~- eo~rltadjtih from, any
humao.being. [Chleera]. .
(at~i~he d edeQagll, we roppe su bbur 4A Vollar.---Thalf so, Jr~hh C. .

4oehl of upLt tl rlac 1 L ~ eltda.*cEliflDG-lii otmn
to at DgW 610mcribrrs for jiftyll. rer 1" AsOrdes;re toj be pll...=ed befoe the pe..l)P,
we dptitsa~irely from our .0181-*< in du~ forlr P-,resadent by any*Ceorce,
run..o HI.:r Ioth rears..-dc Cot.=Sat f
Nueg of our worthyo crnrlu~ d id..u andci k'o inl rl~e Spr~o y of' 1859, snd we ~
rto b ron l,a2;h Ils alF~~n~ e inf.,rlr~ned athnt lort.e p.,hareds I~raeDdb wre
oarras willl at leat r the canvas, by igbaiinfin and sending as connerouou, and a certain sector, whose
* the names of numerous subscribdra for the presence I see here, had hoisted my name
en dpikn. Less~ that,1 LLh LheJ can not do. for the Presidency, Isaid to himn: Friend,
W ul so un~h- tat i thee ar an I am not, in any sense, a catadidate for the
t rue ]luscannaiora and L.v.E smen in the Presidency," and Idetsired that my name
city or out ofit, who are unable to pay for might be taker. Juws, froml the head of his
thill eampaign paper, if they will leavecoms.I sd:n.Aveyennt
their names at the ofice, we willsend them citizen of the Commonwerdth of Kentucky
the aa~ir~e til ater he lecion sr was" presented for that oilice. I was grati.
n tee'ters SfDnirs~ el dly fed to see if, and as far as my own declara.
Sthe Examiner wft be in the hands of tins we~ concerned, I united cordially in
ae~BRElE RH 884 LANd ~E manyell presenting him for thle suffrages of the
eve onry -ex W fe hl edn American people. No time, in or out of
thecoutry, Lt a se alt nbe onethe Commonwrealth of Kentacky, did I do
]We ride's J.exington an act or utter a word wrhih would bring aname in conflict with):is or any other
d eminentl American citizen wbo desired, or
We gieetaeorspc etitq ose friends desired i.:r 1.iol, rhat posi.
as to donoarore) fromn the .Iwl..auit~ ald tion; and if you, wall, Ishe: rs he ruble t'f
r ipeech mader by our desingutsle' read tihe proceede-e of 11.e' Clung~lof
use fr the l'rie-duml.y at I.i:i placeof Convention, you wall rrmenaber thd@~ when
n~g g t.51h g I rtecrivd thie vote of Atbouss~-e y ~
r. Br oridg vesdr~r.o to so, f or Ir~.. riose nod wlhdltw n) name, de-
A isoccsi>, th redene an re reentclarling I would not allow it to come in con-
-which he had proposed to hiniself while in, lict wit~h this gentleman before the Co6n-
aomination:. by the persevering mlisrepre- Iventionl. Whien that Convention eqpembled
ij-pentations of I is political opponents, and t Baltimore, mly feehinge anld my conduct
-`n orefusyticularly of Douglas and his sup we're till unchangedt. After the disrup-
greed tion which took place there. my name was
MIr.' Breckinridg~e has repelled with used without aniy solicitations on my part.
power and complete success all the charges Not deeming the presentation of my name
made against himn, especially the onle which possible, I said I did not desire to be pre-
allelgad that he was a Disunionist. Hlis sented to the American people. -1 was
riodiestion was received by his neighbors content with the honors which had been
and friends, who had known him from his heaped upon me byg my State and my conn.
birth, with cordial appmrovl and with the try, and I looked forward with pleasure to
greatest en~thniiism. There is no man the prospectl had of serving my country
anywhere in olr country, whose public and in the Senate of thle Tnited States for the
~private character can better invite and de net six years. M)y name, however, was
fyJ inlvstigation than thant ofJohln C. Bireek- presented, and I fels I could not refuse to
inridge. Iliarecord may not be so long as accept the nonunation, under the circum-
the records of some others, for he is still stances, without abandoning vital princi-
youn~g, both it s s pure as the purest, and ples, and betraying my friend.
as brilliant as the most glorious. The It is said I w4s not regularly nominated,
election of men like him conferns the high- and that an etidnent citizen of Illinois was
esthbooropon our popularay-stem, and af. regularly nominated for the Presidency;
fords th rest guaranty of national wel- but that as a question I hanve not time to
fare. discuss to daly, .and it has already been
T~e do notuanderstand that Mlr. Breek- th'oroughlly exhibited and discoursed upon
bridge will speak again in public, during before the people. I refer you to the bold'
the canvass. Having- triumphantly put letter of your delegateafrom this Congres
down the slauddy of his enemies he can af- sional Distries. I refer you to the mas-
ford to leave to the Illinois demagogue all terly and expansive speech reen-tl~y deliver
she laurels whllch may be supposed to be ed by my honorable friend, in whose grounds
wen by the pedrsison blowing of a candi- we are now met. I can only say, that th e
dayi tnrumpet by fire mindidale hifuself Converbion which assembled at this Front
**I ifqi~ been adiced, feallow-eirizens, to 6trires there, at Baltimore, Sii ry judg-
speak as my own-ho-ne, beenese land the meet were devFolrd noit onlfy of the spirit of
polirical organization with which I am Ijustice, butof the forms of regularity.-
connected have been assailed in an nnusual (Cheek.PI) The gentleman whomu it present-
se~amier, andsharged with treason to my ed never received the Pote required by the
country., [appear before you th-day, for rules of the Demlocratic organization.-
the purpose of repelling certain accusations Whole States were excluded and distran-
which bare been made against me person.I franchised in that Convention, not to speak
sli, anod industrionely circulared Ihrough of individuals. The most ilagrant acts of
other State$ of the UDioD) nd& Ilext to injustice were perpetrated for the purpose
shot that the principles upon which I of forcing a particular dogma` upon the
stand, are the principles of both 'the Con- Democratic organization, and the gente-
stitution sad Unica -of our country--great man who is the representativeof that dogma
applause)--and, surely, if at any tiole the is the representatives also of princil leewhich
Jastifioation sould be found by any man for I will be able to show~ repugnant alike to
addressing the people in the position which reason and the Constitution. A decided
I occupy,it will be found io myg ease. An- majunority of the delegates from your own
enyspons writers and wandering orators State withdrew froml the Convention, de-
have obosen to tell the people that I, indi- elaring that it was not a National Conven-
idulally,amu adibnnionist,'and a traitor to tion of the real Democratic organization,
say ountry; and they declare, with assn- The entire delegation fom the liftoee South-
assee,,that 1,have exhibited a treason that ern States and of Californir and Oregon,
snakes, by comparison with it, Burr a pat- with large.minorities from other States,
tlot, and ele memory of Arnold respectable making in whtole or in part delegations from
Irat, telrcilrsowitzD, before 1 come to these almost two-thirds of the States of the Con.


a~~~r qisrm 114 permr~b a w~ilagtr ~~pania M itn rwrla Wsgd~irrnl ~as~ lqudh
'agai~lb '~~bct deal let will prove ir. ty intrea std'g f~bIly rtink that apy manbps.
liissn -ulies, 900~ E~0d' g oden loud I oppose h;a prmoa~pldaimu tbea diminanna.
applauge~Y ',0r h1 e~ dnv of4.uly, 1858i, (Obearr~s~ni Iloaughe) lodeed, Lby Irh
in a dei~ate-opon~a bill to authorize th dedilrbll..n we must bte "hil d;suodonia~ I.
people of K~anamerto f.r~n a C~r.l.r m oon l:, fienu:,r I..r hedeviarce II... lbaohoe al
prclp.rato~ry t, adl~.ill-.n intoj the Ui~on ad I asers lhar dTerr~ioral LcC~ll nature have n
a S-re~, the quids..n aises ase to what was puwir lo erzlude dlut prlperrty and1 tran
IIhe LrncmCOiu~r( Ialth K...,-a- Ii Ntlbranka iUOnglc6..IU m Uidaeiie Ir raC -prOIICus~
Lll.11ad rllu liL~~anaon f Ihe p..aer of Illo are Illumlumsts~ and Itas: il wALL LLhe who ~
Terrrmil Nr Trumbulll L~apid8l ill ~dI auekg s453 la8 gfr.r.
QT.:rid usei foillu~r~oq sd.Launa.l sections to(Loudr JPPinee )
rhe Unit **Anitd; be a ardhe naed that Mr. BI.o pa ssing paidan eloquent tri
the provision in the act to organize the bute to Gen. Lane, and continued to speak
Territories of Nebraskaq Kansas, which de- of himlszel Born withis sigle of the pps
elares is to be the true intent and mean- I nown to you for near forty years, your
ing of said act, not to legislnateSlavery into representative in the Legislature, in Con
any territory or State, nor to exclude it g ress and other situations of trust I invte
therefrom, but to leave the people thereof any one to point to anything inmy character
perfectly free to regulate their domestic or antecedents which would sanction such
institutions iu their own way, subject only a ebarge or suchan imputation. (CCheers.l
to the Cotastitution of the Ulsite'd States,l I will not degrade thle digprity of m, de-
was intended and does~oonfer upon or leaves claration by epithets, but I proudly- dbal-
to the people of the Territory of Kalnsas lenge my bitterest enemy: to..poini to an
full power at any time, through its Terri- act, to disclose an utterance, or reveal a
trial Legislature, to exelode Slavery~ from thouglis~mi~ne hostile to thle Constitation
said Territory, or to rec,ogize it and regu. or thre union of the Btates. F*Loud cheerk.
late it therein." That was Mr T~rumblull' a (AVolr--"He could t do it."]
amendment, against which an bverwhelm- The rge does notlive who has power to
in` us.-jolily of LIIe ' grated, including, couple my- nme enecessfully with the
Gen cdBs nod DouJ.l Let I ~u, I hghElise mInter9 dialoyaley to the 00misti$-
[howe~rer dir Nr [ton.,,-lsthe Justine to say Itiwo 8lid the Uniion. [Iaudh aipphas~.]
that he wa s agink has amenlic' boesuwr he e'dn phar~lbehate Pfli~ritf.f rjustiff~iih'ceousatica what is there in the
Leguilarure had (lhe p.:.ner to excelude] platform and principles upon which latand.
Slavery froi the territory, but because hie Ifin these there is anything to justify the
did not believe it was consistent to decided accusation, it must be in the resolutions as
the question legislatively whi@A they had to property in the Territories. I will read
agreed to leave to the Court. Gen. Cass then and you can judge whether they no-
said: Mr. Breckinridge says-(Here Mr. c ord the position of the Supremue Court arind
B. quoted from speeches of Gen. COsa to the Government as I: have shown it to-day.
ablow thast the North and ihe Soutli differed After reading th'e resolutions, he continued:
about the powers that might be given al That is the platform and these thle princi-
Territorial Legislature, and that the K~an- Iples avowed. If they are constitutional
eas bill left that to be adjudicated bv the they are not sectional, for the Constitution


vSite a man *,0 a 9 of any ad ibe i~p$3
undephequ eusre of hiboa p~;J os~
an estenI,as so masst the epul~bLt of TR~l-

Hlslire In alvbe st~a litiment,~ ang
.lre urs S 08ll~ IhtL sIUch a Ca01 n 1
Iepan"ufany Soulhern man, shoe he
s6iled witb Ibe severest public colead
IL Will b-, borne in mind by those ofol .;
ciluens who, were prdesent as he late dis-
caseson so his City bdtw~ien Mesr. Grr.
rie and Call, that this subject was men-
ti~ond by the former gent ih'on the
imba3Ci(yof Col. J P. A 8nderso~eo moo.-c
tio Elessor for the middle IDatrjl Blori.
awho heard) ek ada np ofMr. Allen,
and that t~he acessation woasdenicid by J~r.
Ca e presume ~thaL:th .hevidlena
sho0Ti girz0 Of Go'r Elbba floyd~ of~~
and Lineola, ad the s~aon of* Mr.
Allen, both at Montioello and Wankeensh,
will settle the correatness not only ofghe
charge by Mr. Gorrie, -but~ also establish'
beyonda doubht the realsianetickb of the
woirepusllers of the opposition, which 4s to:
betlrgy the guns aggqinDepers of the Sztai .
into a divisbon, w-Rhic~h is to dive the
Presidency of the United States to a d1b.

Eveges partyl in h'e Youthe9rnSais~
SWe know that are nar Pab gea n
her even~of thewfoa tDkeBri te thisachole pe
in Florida, or indeed is there any respects-
ble number of thoug~napny slave dlolng
atate, consequently their efforts' wdIIproa ns
abortive, and for thereason that, when the
people--the voter~of those& acater see tad
mriserably mean efforts~of~thee schemerato
`d-pe thecin into the support indirectly, of
a Black R~eputblican, they will treaty them
with becomeingV scorn andidjiposotion.
The verdict of the people oEEloridk will
be that, BREOKgINRIDGO and LaNr the'
leaders of the true Constitutional -Democrik
ey,shrll be elected Presidenrt- Sudj? Vio
President--mark the prediction.

RePOrtedf"~rot~wmqfority ofthe Costartitslbengr.
at linr as mesarton and adopted~J by te 19

Readoed. ThaI t be .IcentansudBplalassore.~
Demsirtre~ party at Ciarse.oranua ns a bid wit
the ~lrouserit gplanbatory resoluuousa:
org~l haet t he govrerment ot a To riib
sad temporary, ,LS ~LIM9000 al 0~

without their rights, either oC~r roo or proea.
oY beari oer roee ar ipaire byoangre asprji
Sa d, o r n terral lis ni h dut f h eea
a ..s~,l.n atl II. Japrrnenta. to pr .ot..
p- u s rt ~~~lau n omy as rda eye.. i

a~r in,t Ir..Ih~e we sp aate rm e~PRl
au ownse..m _DUark& Ipr Adisio itosieO
Cnlrlw .r Lb. I Il radug was~g .
g .1, ols:uugh la be adr..urre into the drl

~.i, as an-n l' Resolved. That the Demooratio .prgare le=
faortrof the seq istio ch theida pd a Unkb, on
andjust to sPain; at shoe i3Lasses Pr+~Jb

fugitive slave law, are hostile in caatrp
intemrefor.esre o the canasitution, anid rvltk
Resolvecd, That the Demoaaporacy hit~ake l
States reognrse it, as the impeiao7s duty of
te isov11rhi rimdas wtro et haoun of i h
eigalands, to the ease extent as he nativii lI
born citizens.
the age in c oiiaosmmerii potlsd
mtiiirry point~otview, is speedy commenton.:
trer e it~inbtel the Panise and Bh go orsrsi
ResolveX That the Nstional Demosirato party
soLahreby pledge themselves tours every menisC
inty ofopongrees fors the onstcatoo of aPsin

Ik The wife of Gen. Iarney died at ,
Parir recently,

irre roa niarn

-llumi .-;.'..3, we downs, say rtsia-ri is
rvoc ol ZJur Oow ,ru.Mre, a toio who
*Lrves\7 LIG.iJu well, oj he said to this
I, 1.eo J.~ dcil i**DTir Enlied 0, on
r rule 1(.. ,I LIPIln lI is ro.[ ze v r at \ e,

JL': .\ LLLL. LA, Uil lrOe ()(.pI1. L 1110;addlelr
J~uI c n2 FAl asi rllrequed Mr~. tlLTON Y
*~ u6In cs Ir uLisaet shou beel:a.]
-Presaleut, ought any man in Floridtancept
oilice under him.'
Judge ALLEN evaded the question by
declarinig tat he didl not think the election
-f Lna ln; would be an~it clause for a
')charged h~im with evasion, and demarli~id
a candidate reply; when Judge ALIZEN per-
,Iceidin no loop-hole by which he could es.
cape, aniswered--"IT DEPENDS [iPONI ilk
ye ii eseo a 1 ida T 4 tbeon ti
tlonal Union Party candidate for Conlgrss,
is of the opinion, nalu Fjo id~l IanJ I se.
holder ought to auqi~ orlice arel B lack
Republican Presiden provided the 'per
quisdes"l--ti e ada y--~--is sailciently lr e
willing..that their principles she 11 lie held
subordinate to. moneyl Are you
willing thalt 1'.<\ amiud be placed

Ag~Bla.ji ,JI :II -l .i-..h up1Jn Iran
YY'I' 9 .:1c.tilr an..exenowht-reces~e
,Ifie soj, I. Lincdo. DI.on. I arge It w sen
you go to thle ballot box.! .
qeto I. aTi e Deoraic starlar r b he
er marched up to the manrk, like a true sol-
dier, fearless of any alnd every douseqjuence.
His reply was ealndid and gpompt He did
.oot pretend to dictate to others, but answer-
ing: for lulimse f, e -r ld not a cept omte
but irre told, that upon thle- uttera~ie o'
This sentiment, the very building shook
with the applause, anid every heart seemed
to respond, LNor !I" ("NJr I!")-Family

len sd i h icsionet s m aesd en
that he wtould accept are offiLe untdcr Lin.
coln. The ~Fam~y Frield reports him
.co have said in Monulticello that it depended
upon the perquisites. This position fully
aceanords wiwho6 sysofhat 1 inn conbs deof
the Bell men his true allies in the Soit~h,
alnd if elected, will look to them to fill all
the offces. What think the people of
Florieda of thi poitionp1 dWh~ile0 th do

against Lincoln by shlowing the impossibili-
ty of- his administering the Government
for the want of Southern supporters, a can-
0 or auge pronsinaJ nc advance that h
will accept oithee under him if there isasuf-
lcicint pay. Whidi~er are we drifting !-
IYoll has it been said "bLeware of thy
friemiso j
The above is copied from the Filoridilan
<& Jodraal and we inviie the attention of
the votersofflorida to perusg it carefully,
and affer having done- so, we' asic them if
theyean vote with this so called O'nsti.
tutional Union PartyZ We ask them fur.
ther if they are not entirely satided now,
that it is the aim, of the leaders' of this
misnamed party, so to divide the Southern
States, with the aid of the Gipsey Douglas,
as to insure the election of Abrans Lincola,
tbe Black Republican abolition candidate
for President? We ,ask them further, if
they are willing to aid in so direct a manner,
in the election ofa man to the Presidency,
who has declared that, this government
could not continue half slave and half free.
that it must be the one or the other wholly
--that a house divided could not stand?
W~e are not at all surprised at the posi-
tion these leaders are ~being driven~ iito,
nor are we dtrprised at the admission made
by their candidate for Googress, whom we
know to possess butffet of the pualifeations
necessary, in one choaba to perform the
part assignoed him, by the Cntttoa,
Union wire paller sand prominent among
those qlialifications, is an honesty of par.
pose, hich weald prooladle the goesibility

Court, by which alone the constitutional
question could be settled` finally.) Mr.,
Breeliiuridge continued: Mr. Douglas, in
thesame debate, used the following lan-
guage in speaking of the attempt of his
colleague to coerce an opinion out of him
upon the question, "Wmhether a Territorial


is broad enough, to cover the whole Union.
[Cheers.] He who stands upon the Can
situation can neither De sectional nor a Dis
unionies. Theseprineglesare taken al.
most verbatim from the Supreme Court of
the United States. They aresupported by
the precedents and
e citcarp of the Goverril

Legislature had the power to exclude` slave ment. They are principles upon which we
property from a Territory before it became may well live and by which we may well
aState 1" all be willing to die. [Loud obeers.]
SMr. Breekioridge here read from Mr. *
Douglas' speech a declaration that this Mr. Douglassays, and to-day stands upon
pointinuthe Nebrasks bill was a judical it, and claims your votes upon it, that a
question which hie would not discuss, be- Territorial Legislature, no matter what the
cause, by the bill, it was referred to ~the decision of the Supreme Court may be, ha
Supreme Court the right to exclude Slave property from a
Mr. Breekinridge entered into an, eorg- Territory; that you may take it there, but is
ment to show that Congrees.has power must be held subject to oneh laws na the
to protect pi'operty ~in the Territorice; and local Legislature may make. Oh~e Supreme
in refutation of the position recently taken Court says the Territorial Legislnture oiso-
by the Senator from Illinois, that Congress not exclude it, and Mr. O. anya thar.noth-
had neirer exercised that power.' The ing can strike himn anzhore in~onsistintand
principles, said Mr. Brechinridge,'1 have contradietory than to -say that while you
tried feebly twvindicate here, are the prin- I may go there, there is somebody- stronger
eiples upon which the Constitutional Demo. and mightier than th~e Constitution thag
racy stand to-day; and they are the pnly can~take away that which, the Opnstituton
principles upon which any human being says you may hold and enjoy. This is
will dare to pretend to charge them writh what Mir. Douglas asserts, and othiob, if
disunion. If they are the principles of the not recognized, hie wiill Fend, and destroy as
Constitution and the Unlion. then we are he goes. I derive some satisfaction froni
Constitutionalists and Unionists. (Ories~~of the fact that IIon. Jr Orittendon, whose
"That so," l*That so.") And yet for two name and authority will gofariathis Union,
or three months you have heard nothing has declared in the Senate, and recognized
but a loud and incessant clamor that I and by his oatlh as Senator, the principles spon
those Delfoersta with whom I am conneo.I which we stand, ad the principles of the
ted are a Disunion organisation, who seek Constitixtion. [Oheers.] I cannot enlarge.
to break up the oonfederacy of the States. I appeal to you if I have not, with reason-
Ihardly klow, so far as it is a personal able certainty I may say, conebrsively re.
charge against myself, how to answer it. pelled the accusations against me; if have
(A Yoice-"ITell them that it is a lie !") not shown that it is neither I nor the party
.All over the country the charge of Disanion which nominated me, but Mr. Douglas, who
is repeated against me and those who believe has broken faith."
with me, by anonymous writers and wander- --
ing orators. Their whole atook in trade is Sll*A Ulfrin hl bpig
Disunionl Disanionl Their continual cry wod a while ago ~fondn in shobat of Ohol-
is that this man and his party are attempt go o o '
ting to break up the Union of these States. 1gh Oleveland (Ohio) papers state,that
We say, how can principles be sootional or their city is overlno with negro thievers

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Benjamin Hopkina:
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FOR GOJRNO41 i tizens have
heaurd this eloquentypap~ounder of Demo-
I1ratio policy, and they knowr tl at in ~his
hlnuds the -rights of the State, her equal
sanig .asi a sovereign snem er' ftl
Union, and her local internal interests will
suffer no detriment which human agency
Lee peIw.:-r FToPrseaI Florida is gntitled
to ona r~epresentative only in t ..a p..pllulr
brameto-f Con ~as and to float d~talks-
cupl.. I pop site is about to (lle..:.@e 01.4
Hon. R B. HILTou. He~, too, .s kr~....n.
to onr eities a$ no able, enla;I. ...difS..i
incorrUptible defender~ of II...i. i~Ltleers,
rigly; and honor, .et hlim I,i~~ .. ., .ni
E1.*e D./I:us-genic at -, L Ijl .R.s nirg --f
every trud ~re h iole sller, bb ar.-l C)I.
tralgycd I lo, J. 1so : ulrre rn~~.. u?!ni,,

Fr Cmtedde frfa16R Senate-r r: s
SIturag:6 th.9 Rlawilstarrh our c.,rdiPl
rupport,an uti~B are assudel san useD Del .. I
uiagc~ $e, ,uos nnas Ir lla. al MO
for all practl~cal parposesa, but web a ar;.

For Assu adhlyrrean our r.,wksman Mir.
WIIluser Maestra will ree-ove., k as r
deserves, a triumphrat majority; his per"
'sonal popularity will epsure hlim many
votes outside of his owrn ]pty* -
.In conclusion we have only to say re'
member M\onday pext, sad do your duty to
your County, yopr DinrJiet, your State, the
Southl, and youO Coun ry

Assoogas the Poll is openl deposite
your ballot. Once in the box, your vote
is safe front all contin~genocis. Then look
up dilatory voters and bring them to the
polls. Work for the cause. Gfive one
day to your Country!
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vote the entire DGeROCratic
Do slot split your tickets. Listdti to no
solicitation for that purpose. It isalways
a device of the weaker party to beg for
splits. Butwe owe a duty to our own
Candidates, which kindness to opponents
must not interfere with. Vote the whole
ticket !-Bewfare of proposals to swap vpotes.

EjoolaTa, Fla., 8ept. 19thl1860'.
M. 11. ANDREU Esq.--Dear Sir--In
your pnper of tlye I5thi inat., I notice an
article from th~e Floridiqn &f Journal of
Dee~mber' 8th 1855, r~elptiee 4to ,Geo.
Edwar~d ElePhine and the e laase in, th
American Platform' rearding religion. I
wats in Palatka on M~onday the 17th and
heard the spebehes of the different Caudi.
dates. A friendof Gen. Hopkins handed
him your paper, and he on the stand called
uponl~r. Wilk Call to.testify as to' the
trut contained therein. M~r. Call very
Ibd h~dilydi so, and said "that the state.
merit made in te extract leas incorrect
and ent~irely ultlrue."
Now Mr. EDIT'on, inl justice to General
Hopkins, I request that you will publish
this letter in your ziext issue; feeliig as I
do that you are at all times willing to deal
justly with every onet
SI am with respect &e.,
I2he GRMIOlio Standard declares
for Breckiaridge and Lane.
.ao. The Catholic Standard, a religious
journal ofthe Catholio Church, published
at New Ozleans, with the approbationof
the most Reverend Archbishop BI,ANo and
hiasuffragan bishops," declares for Ereck-
inridlgeand Lane in its number of the 7th
inst. To this eifeet it argues as follows:
"We have personally, like allottlers, our
plxitical nrtf~encts,d Ictahoughp we sind
by h ajor Breekinridge and Gent. Lane is
(110 Only oneon whioh a Southern gentle-
man can rl~nd ioDE~il Daly with~ Sluar ngrhi
pirnelpierr andtloulhern honor, we do...x t

in duty to sustain its candidate. Ipurging
our subscribers to fulfill their duties as eiti
rens at the polls at whatever cost or at what
lviirl e ha e datheur rador wl e
ficusly. Nor would we now, up to thn chin
611 we are personally for Breckinridge and
Lane, desire any partisan of MIr. Douglas
-ogoe ofa sucaonaiter in violation of his

aey. WilifgalP Walker
Thi~s noted Fillibuster chief would seem
.to havereached the end of bia career. A
Britishvessel, thel lanes, with a trans-
port and troops under Alvares proceeded to
Rio Negro, on the coast south of Truzillo
where Walker was encamped with lia.
men. Walker was captured tith all his
command,` taken to Trazillo and delivered
to te authoritiessfHondurae. The men
wepe mostly allowed to leave for the 'Uni-
ted 814t~es, but Walker himself and Gol
Knudler qere to be shot,


s ATU DAY, SEPT,, s9, &OO*
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glr h anm War Est 1i Pnlnla \I I' \*
dayJ ashqrised to ct a~ $e:.lIr o i.. :I
Arietarnt Exxxusnm, " an ill reechemib.-
p -asiptions, make collecti 'gand r.ceipt fc the

Elatlnar DemooigrtlyNo rrd~na oe.

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C He~tOIL on Monday 9

The Stiate El~etion occurs on Monday
next Octobaer1t. It is importanL and in
teresting to every citizen of Florida, for on
that day we are to .choose a Governor, a
Memberof Con~gress, and Members of the
I~gish~tnre. Those oilcers who rare et-
ed to conduct ohrown a~firs, in our own
fitte, re nearest to our interests, and after
all , more important to no than such as act
and figair j more iongpiepous poiti~ions,
s8al es a atOionl ~field. -It- slOUld 1,,,
Sborne~istmlad that Ife sdnatom and men.
benrso Assembly. pow to be chosen, in ad.
dition to the ordinary functions of legisla.
..tion, willbe called upon to elect a Senator
of the United States, the term 'of the Hon.
SDAVID L. rULEE expiring with the pres.
ent Congress. This fact gives special
significance to the election of members of
the comin legislature, and we trust th&$
all mar Dpmnocrati friends will give it due
wreigbihtwhop limited as they may be, to
votefor opposition candidates, from per-
sonal or othermotives. It isnotto be sup-
posed that any Democrat would willingly
contribpt~to place in the United~ States
Senate S~ebator ogm Florida Wpha oUld
misrepresent her people. .
But aside from these considerations,
momentous as they are, the State- electioD
P"ofohnda. i r imprac dio oithe
that great contest to be decided ~five Treeks
afterwards-acontest in which the rights,
*the honor, and the equal position of the
South are vitally improved, Florida is,
. indeed, no doubtful State. About her
action on Monday next or in November,
there is none of the interest which grows
from uncertainty. But still her vote next
week will be eagerly looked for abroad as
so index of public sentiment in the South,
pad ncoradipqaslu our U~al mnijferit EstlL
-pr thal osessiop baprelled or diminished
will one friends througinout the Union b;

pWe 1l, cherfre i~tA confidence upon
~ aeverySouthern page who is a citizen of
Floiids, and whose blood boilspt the
thought of indignity to his sootion of the
UDioD o give his best support to the
Democratic ticket on 1ktonday. It is the
olffd every son of the South-of 'every
trge~friend of his country-to VOTE TII
OuroLdidates, and ours alone, hold the
'~~Sprinciples upon which the rights of the
South rest, and advocopethe~ policy asseo-
tial toher integrtity and gSoality, in the
res~t Amrican O~federgpy. -We seek
; opto impugn the tootivesof oqr political
opponentior to assail their ctharacter;
but~womajptacin, with no fear of an p~ful
contradiction that our safety as a people
asnd especially te well being of the 8ouths
imperativelfdemand the sweess of the
P~me at Orty, of ice doctrines Find its


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party~ils new orgainistion. Issy it is terlp. "Dissriooists,'' hel's is the leading principles of the esrtg; ilcoio4
110 tut Mntthy rG90 &A 11 8meprecoIus document. he, were I foratally inigate it one of its~
portfditeg onlty in oaame, this pi I You and echcl of you, of your own free will councils." Dare John Uell haive said a se
ndw tpopose to estzblishl. l sy ~uthatr BnRcod i"b a rscenein of mighty atp publicly? Ilisd he been asked the"PPk
John kill and (}en. Edward. Ilpkrins gave token of that fraternal affection which should tion,-dlo ..-va~ eL.~ Is to I.lts onlr9 ~isi
to thlls party their dsantion and approval, ever blad togelther thle States of this Union- orrath wouldj havr cJOmpelled-. himF riI
pad oted withl them in tke po~litisaauva fming aring, in token of your determlination lie; thus loICd rheir .need~ suramp. anesw.l
1860 ion wich Mr. Fillmore represented that, so far as your efforts cnn avail. this Unlion falsehood by the sanlctity of as oath.
the party, necepting its nomination before shallrh twvo no endl lo solem lly' anl siseceely Does Gten. Edward Ilophins billong
he rtured romEurpe, n wichcana" ircumsmlnes, he meet, as well as his friends wPith rot o it t edn by others, if in your. powerite will such a nionstrfus id~ieal sin, lyr h.*,
wr~lling rt.ulii, at the hands of thle Doo- prevent it, thlenailn, aigns, passwordsj, or other sus linled Fil~noreyg the phidtm a~dopted
.1- Mr ULl ** Mill living~(j, Ga.hlp secrets of his de~re, ecept to thosel to whom by ilt;~ thusedorsing their principles. He
riusis still alive, both as inl 18355 ld -jii you'3 mayV p oeon tribal o be broth~ers of the nocted in -contentlion with theic 1; Isi. r at
engaged in an effort to gucr inlto lower witil nu" d"eo oru in ope I soucu l forte pur C \lbseadIlanhsntdfidh
stun..r:ne ..<1; tht heyar no u claret your dprotion to the Union of these( Ingp a Know No~thing,1 yet .putsII ill ~i- < u
"V I' -L cl.- LI political prIinciples inU a :I s tats;tht in th~e dircharge or youir duties asficaltion of his adhesio to their order i
.I..ional p<.iltof vIew, by placingb thlem- Anterican citizens, you will uphould, malintain, refernclc to the RotL Cath~olies. I ask
r-.1da up.A. a Naitional or State Pl]atformn. and defend it; thant you will disounrag:e and dis- how is it that anry m no. belong: ton.~~f
\' II1 si,.,al.1 thiJ qingular feature bea ex- eumientlaanadyernl vary nlcmt ,obom n, n upr t oin.fsPeiet
I~Lob..i by It... par~ly Dloes it nu~tstandJ La to be decsignled or calculated to desitroy or. sub. the platfourll whicdi dept~unces the aoman
resaou'ghu rl..; public should ktauw lle vert it orltowokenlitabonds;a rroll.l .v.l Untho~lic Churchu;s corr~upting inits policy d
euallob~i l I~oc ng thrs 1C~I\P) ie men, ulu illjlO B e/ fa son n naI 1I anit tenden es;,-w~hiu opysoso n ratu irde
I GoDSo!i~iri itlsl~tingB to the it.B:Ibyd. o ..1 :IIrlellc 2 nis ofny tphorc 11s ci u ~ oun both the Whbig aad Ihomogratio
theus4@is of thle United States, and this overthrow. You furthles' nPrmise and swenr parties, e opp<~.s.J n fincipi,,
State, ''~:: as"" '' par ..L ung r., a ,;IJ :1.:. .~ . ... .., ,a,.. na s'. .. .:''i :::;I::. ;:. a.) ""I ,,,..-r. 'l.~' I'r : r .: p s
C L n n .. .. o :.I h II 1 r ..I ,,,,, , ,r. e ... I..- s i II U .*

IIa.I I~rl deem carps o-1 -eb.u. .II ni . BP uy. H. ilpb ..s, -up.l.'- an a.. wll 'I..--andda4 l n e

wh lai.. flrrJl Losu. Iarp .~lr~ the; l~p L -ca rily is a o

Igill acw lay before I~ It..a...r In) rli..w remove tfopl .... a ... 1, .ry Lr tep
ofth uidel.lre .0i ..L._ p,, 4lc.l, be kn eir ~ n,I . n i~. .; r .i TIl slj t r~b~ I Irrpk a
tweenl the .1me~n ..n pnllr ....1 th u sus:- plueminehl I reult; asub the pli I0.I, Jntde o a
tutiona Unionpurgy te tolb mug as the ion or p me Ul h arky r .111~ thi yo pe~r om.ill heosot idi l as

firstiu thle lis*t of ouths admrinistered inside and swercr (or allirm) upon your honor nas ~.4 ask of.., ii Rltrer, 83r...two rh..y may
the Council o Ld~a ge f the Am~erican ri ata c~r~an einnd fried ol{ their biericnl be, to non1 I Ilnal.l -P.,il II, ri ., r .i;

a 16sitai on or enta reevto ih~e l ~ sUFj i~1 .rllovllll .ll~Dr I'
this society, nor conalunuiciate themu even to previously taken in this order, shart evr el sh I~W thu: Il.,? L.....lljl I m i;)a ii te ILI a.
prop'er cantdidatesa. excpr withina riawfut uuou- 1..1' J" i~nl idnvioll tte 'I' oi ,lyou distant reou os 1. r l..rrq .nyS o..s vi Iher
fti of ll ~ldr bt ooc neer >vl 8 pi e n I0 sr. 5urs help your godt and keep you provisions of 118e uosutjturu o th~is Sta e.
anmy otler mnl~nler made legible, except fra thle (Eachl one shaol answer "I do.") all, of dhay and all palrties, to produce thsr
pu; rogrpc e am r : i ~cuLfu LI Ita ~ un, fo~ rr lent, Brother MarLshanl, you wll nil evidnce. Hasu it beenl attemupted to be
an of~le in then gift ofn the pole, vufle a hqbeir i`""in I s~i tt oirnd e shown by any one? I hiave not .aen it.-
anlll Amatpican blor n e me anavoullCroth vias; After the victim of this horrid proceed- Oul~rh. dostrindbyte cs"snkorawim srviv o tr?
thtyul onil to f lebl uulicl nrts, no k ing, by whiob lie is disfrnchrized nd rr far eih t tn yth oittuin h
thisor~derisH cancer/1d, comply wilh the will of i we, >riecluded from exercising his bright United States andl of thils Starte, and not
ti e nuori~ loe l e t 1 sy otio rvtLo u ~ f inet ra nepluet s wd Ithrou hly in- Lt stanr~ idby the A wc~rie partt" as thea
flice with thre constitu~tion of the United States y r country.
raiu lne yo nil nu ua rT ;n4 Lto CIIl to doalu o tol stbyhethe pstr BOr~1 of thli I maintain without fear of contradiction,
stances whatever, knuowingly ree;unuendanu dszree is 13zionl ! that so long as the C~oqueuttionL is presecrved
worthy person for iiiioorufri to be Thri nthsot n dniya ae h Unionovill bealso. D~o the supporters.
<1 ne, if md your pcwr Iravan i;y e artyou aess, of political creed, between the "Con- O'lee tuhr is I ~le s r athesire~is .
lofl nlany emer of his ord~enri n~or evalhe exfis stitutioual lunion i'arty" of to-day, l~u"qhivesueg ort }r citbFi asuosgrei to th
qf nel ormr an lba *socisi u ,.Leu th r in- t, eo sva e 1.0(arL oiterhClot elrrev i nR che e bases
thority; obey the cominn and of the Stat~e council, wiotayd4b h ovoino hi eet a pnoaybfaeo
sl d1 oie.:r n eslo to I:o cllIn ulables beingK the adine inl principle. Thlen thle runju~r to I'I~ r.y or~thU lnitedl
or a cry of thre order, unless it be phys~ierican uestion comells up are these men uluJ dthemselvs adC .with nirtaksTf sect"ai
ilupossiblle and thr yoll will acknowledycl th n lii fonsti~utionlal coul~rs oF plivY? ~i a rdinfuet
rlerui g uthat- et~ e~.i ;1' lire has nr: ... .ofue- iti oww i h.1.Bll? itsoer~l to mec Lh (
of te aderia uq .. . .. of this St eau. r l.. l... t au ci d..... he andl his fo)llowers have bjbts u*
,/~h **~a iae Uni ha.e~qn I *n .. -1 ars if uns t, solv by 1. .cr .1 mi ,! Sthe, i1.;

asi~li~fiai t itle orlder,btelr viein e or n 2 at st~bH id one .ar 1n. -rd 1 ,,u : in u i h .;n.i a etlen
nounced in all the societies of thle same as a Doe)Js the Conlstitution of the U~nited States thle unportance of the interests, and lristhtsl
wilfl eatilp od1to 6d and your ce anilg o uphlo!d any sucjl conduct as this' Unlder of the lurtie* is vovod i this .ub~ject d .
present, byr three blowrs of tile bavlP1 wen~ Ie that instrument we ared equarls it uphlolds~ mailS anin l' BlaE is omr~ U1:io.
eanidqladge.;Ih lrepent afterthfe vic Ilaie roi ut nothing that is initionarl or. irrelegladJ-it Wi toutE Its Constitutiils Thispr

thesolmn ancion an pealtest it is wirer thanrr its framedrs for it is body, sJ as Lo secure! the votes of every
This oath is bludingi as to se'crecy~i it is teobndwso fdaewofr body, anid only ~render tleeselves in anly
tids I s, to its id o~in l oan l a ith lf then we aret satisfied oabth as truths I or a pciotsbbyr c~ipd t or
to naturalized Citizens, it is binding upon cle oe la bufof ~ne o en ring in the seaue which has placed Enr~ekinridge an# Lane
the conscienceg of the voter folr life u> o~be- lurteseplcaninh an ohbefore ilse people, to adJlwre to the Consati.
din to this scret u~rb or, stlea ;br m to vich~ite this sacrced compact whion bluds tu in,a do dou s it ciunhh uprdtjed,e hey
any particular oath, without a regarfd to the t ~~ogether this Uinion of sovereian Sta~tes ol eei niardt trt
time it shall be binding upon himu, is, it not an t c rteserved to dtro thtlis looot p nt if they eap do this, is ther s any d agerat-
biruling for life, reaki it up more e fedy~ally thau that tending the perpetuity of the Union?
e~~~~~ ~~~~ fol Isstescne lh which~ violates the conlstitution'whbichl hods
othoSe who hdineas been unotuntlys fo ru uis t<>gllhe a freetand indepznde~tnc 2 Progress of G3asibaldi.

nepued ento thi b ridlyianoat a uchan- guLarteed, unlder that compact the right Thisonergejtic Conmmlude enjoYs unn
stitutional, and irrelegioua order, here is lwau~tij tgo as we dhousel to we not exampled success. On tile 6Gth inst., h~e
the document ~~~chou e? If this be titue, then iv~ebethis hdrahdSlro hrymlsfo
andou oand a1o 1 f eiu o you owfri e 0, nwprt iltigtee ihsbypr Naples. It was reported that ~the kit;ig
Idassewitnesses, your~left handr~estingupon your eating Christiansu, and depriving muen of the was about to flae-soue snaito' Gaeta, oth,-
2~ br xatr yonr rigr han E+Lanni io ng~ht of vahtin: eas hney pleased, bychindiug ers to Spain, and others still to 'Austria- -
cerely swear, thatL you will not under any cir- onebm to vote fo~r me ruer of tlT th is or AlreSriinfreln ripdi-h
ouastnn, a loe in any maner nrn sufrt no erei rfrnet l t harbor of Naples, and would land "Lto prd-
vont it, the name, signs, passwords, or other atu2 to preserve flee (hnlow of thaese States. serve or ,r.
as throa ofn soto n ta yopm ailuaint tf lcre guion won th ol Sl LAVER IN 1715.--An exchai~g pub.
things conform to all the rules and regula- known to an unlimited monarchy, shre rule lishes the following iuteresting %tatisticse of
bylla sa ad t rarocw thee cunci to wind that mziSht maktes right? Need I ask you teodclna as n ude n
you Iluay be terached, so long IAs threy don't con- whlat kind of Union t.... cs...uld two waboutr r ". Eur y.reears agor, in the reign of (eerge,
flict with thre constitution of the Uinitedl Isttes, the constitution, which has been ul.ummit I Lth .?.

by a brother of this or any other degree of this Is it not. a sin aar fea~ure la trhire unlias assess I.lnnd.* ,5 5uu
order thart you will so ~purtin all political ma~t- that thle poor dupes or John~ Bell and be~ Cran. crcur. 8,nuelr 1,000
te oz tor aff poriical outoe m bers t ath or-Ipposition wre pull~ere, dware not sworn to we P rk.
may be aone legan s, youw s, when aloled o reserve "ph~ec iuand Staesod Ihe w3rny
you the power to do so, renov orp a foreigners, been astonuished to witne'ss it, and cannot Viribnia. I,0 10 23,000
aleins or Koman Catholies, from ainee or place, accoUnt for it otherwise than by supposing North Carolina. ,a 8,700
thd Yof a il u ein noocasgiat po at sduel to that lt;. instrument is in their way. I south Ca;rolina. 6,250 145600
p oise an swear tha this a all o1 ~ the ii so Cl0Us io9i the f ot fhte ic hav Total. 875,04) 58,850
this order shall ever be kept through rlfe sacred sworn their followers to violate some of its
as~ ~ ~ 8 Anron t aionj inq LhduenbSdOcare moste essential pr vsious .W Wat le? ss gan dA4 S~ lanoae 0amnmittee is to be bor
ag any hesitation or mental reser~vation wPhalt- worde Uanon th uo lhrure f the irs pa ing, shed intat place auoys h L
S.("Eanch will answer;" "LI do.".) bult the thrreatened -destruction o t8%at in- "B~y reference to toe proceedings of *
-This differls in no essential particular strumuent? a meetingathnany of our citizens, found
fromu the tirst, it sets forth the time it shall I give here an extract of the syeech of in this weeks issue; .itrll b s,,~ ee that our
he binding: upon the voter--he musrt be Jobl Bell at linoxville Tenne~ssee an 185.5 people are taking: aheps i -thegighs diree-
houn by it thro aghlife ("sacr~e~d and invi showing t at he calrese eas mucho?^ill tion, in being prepared (o mreer any emer- .
The following is the third in nismlber of being ona of this secret ord rt p*After full genhe art rr ti uary n these onths, as used by this party df Mir. consideration, I have come to the.conclu-. abolition ftends who are infesting many
Sells, y wichmenarea 'rn o sppot, ion that the best acde in which I can portions of the South;. d'rpo.e what' we
him's "in preference to al 'othrs, an to o oum ri rt presents whto stand heard inthat meeting,:w would adis i

observe an. unwavering hostility to a new am not a member of the order, bu I fel from thei seauseD unless they wish so Ita
fgatap of eitizens-those whom they are tat I am 4t heart as true to the great and the world try a vril summary p~rocs,;~ z

IZ. It. nADREU SQ.,-***}ear 17-*-1
have Piepared thle enclosed article for pub-
licatioa hastily, and hope you will find, it In
accordane with your viewssof propriety and
iciane ons to give it a. place iq (bo col'
Jmus of the ExAMINER.
hly object has been to be plain and ex.
pli.:i'-p;ising n..just groi~nd of offence to
.ny un-l:, and1 at 1lso same1 time establish the
..J. Mary pdual~;~ l auncus~~L ;rlrf th mer

Psy, an'lh ilow the causes whichi lead
:t'that samerdss ofprinciple,
Ithink Sou will ar wth m o er
amuinatiou'of the subject, that they ar~e the
iFluse, and are a secret political organization,
by-ss~ uppp principles at0 variance with the
4,ret13anletter of the Constitution of the
Unll~idtted. j~at Respectfully do.,

The Constltrutional Union Parlr y ed
tho Rcanon flaIcs harnagno Pieform.

in *i~:*I *1 t*) p (s 0 Eubject hl...Uie to
unde oirstarndlon of every l.,lor in 11.@

10t5 s:l if thd plr.niru f Ite KInow.
DOtHing Or NiI Ee AmrarilanO llary of thist
year, and to trsat up the windings and
twistings :of -its leaders upon the
awbject of Platforms I will endeavor
ini so trace dliose gentlemen inl their tiwist.
ings as to place it beyond every reasonable
doubt, thast thle present "LConstitutional
thion party" iks conlp e4 of theseedgentl .

and toesrtalish also the fact, tlhat they
-haveno need of a Platform; every voter
being bound by unchrfatianr and otherwise
immolracl oaths to obey the Fommands of
their leaders, thus establishing: that in this
enlightened age, wo.have among us, a so-
cretpolitical organizations,, sworn to violate
and trample under foot the Constitution
which binda together the States of this
Union--but let us go to the fa~ct s
SHere the reader has before himn the 8th
Bezetiori of the Platform of this party adopt-
ed at P-hiladelphia in 1855.
."8. Resistance to thd aggressive policy
and corruptinlg tendiencies of the ROMIAN
CATHOLIC CHIURCHI in our country, by
thed uncsnemn st o all politcl slt uios--
tic--of those only who do not holdlcivil
allegiance, dire ly or indiregljy, to any
foreign power, w~iter civil or ecolesialsti-
en)l, and who are amerricans by birth, edu,
etonandl tra~inpin-thlus fullfil ag tle
ilnaxun Alhuericels onlyl shu1 go"vern
JOn BELL cle present nominee! at the
party~-Conlstitutionai lion Iarty approved
o~fthe platform colt lining the above see.
tion, thuE establistung the fact that hle was
oppe atobae ptru Caetholc ea F ngM of
Englishlman, Germ~an, Irishman or aly
Foreigners holding any oilice under the
government of the Idnited States, and
further agreed to the correclness of tle
charge of thtet in oruptingl tmdendcieB od

lo I roee of the fl 21wig a cioth in
this same platforhny part of which only we
will publish.

arisen up the TM'I sn ian vpt oft
opposiition of thle .Whig and D~emocratie
parties, cannot, be held in any manner re-
sponsible for the'obnoxious acts and violar
.edplces of eihe .thiswill sh v that
tI at GQin Edward HIopkins had slomlething
'sboacawithot ol a s73,t ~ of nei 100-
and church goveronment as corruptiong" in
its "tendencies," but also pdassess judg-
prties up aito~ to itulf the ee moon rto
ulating praise of halving risen upon the ru-
irts o~f both, and that it is not to be held
"rIcsponsible"' for the **obnoiou~s" "actS"
ask th rne what laiu has Mrleit 11
General Hopkiins to, the su port of old line
WVhigdI Have not both tlese gen'tlemen
given in their adhesion to this party,
whexhdaeton og d lo e wg, as wela
,nJ violatedd ledges," and that it 14'6 rs
an s so ~r- E~at thleat L3rla Tt 7 n

ride into power over the heads of both
these parties? The day has passed when
this gallant party met the Decmocracy m an
peho on at 'potn n~rrrc rle, adcontendd
whigs know each other, and knew the prin-
cik-sand spirit by which each was anima-
ted-they had no secret bidden. political
or naisnri sabound by horld oaths topros

ask Ieber of the old w~hi pr uo
aookin ~lorud them in search of p rto
with which they can act, consistently, and
s withan degree of self respee dean you
Ouitg of"obn2oxious acts" asklI~oiolated
pledyesP Iask Roman Catholics who act-
ed with theagallant Clay and Webster con-
sistently and upco principle--cn. you vote
for/ lind i a nry tat ha deor icgo
its policy and tenidencies without sacrifio.
ing your selfresp~ect. It is contended that
t~itipartyv, which-.has done all this, has
been defeated and is no longer in exis-
tance and than the Constitutional Union

_~~~___ ~



Letter from Cov. Wise.-HIe will not
Seaede, but he will Prevent the In.

Tuk flofib lete hnu been received
from Gov. Wise, in response to al invita-
tion to attend the meeting in Raoleigh, N'

'" LR ~~- Nern Norfolkr, VRt"GD. j

OGarTLENa:--In reply to yours of the
18th ult., I regret to say that it will not
he in muy power to attend the 'LGreat Mauss
Meeting and Barbcuc" in Rutleigh on tle
Bth instant. I amu compelled to ri~annin at
Ilolne by the" dulties qf waiitinR on a sick
wife, anud altlueding to new buildings wrhich
l timoustrcrileting Nothing~ would give
nre morer pleasure thanl to mneet the Dlemo'
cruay ot North Carolinau, all wvith the Break-
iuridge ln~d Lane~tickret, as the only done of
four tickets whlich a pro slaveryp man can
take or touch, consistenltlywaithl oy vics ~
of our social safety. Weo can't divide d~e
Pint o akh.s, law, they are wuefu~llydividing

~3us!b O lici. !.~r cnbrto r...... Lcu
su 11. % ...:[ 2, r bib 1 I '




Irr~llllil _~:I

II I~ ___

L.Y b-L IT~LLn~YE~TiYI~~P~CLOC'rr~urlrJ


Will leave Palatkna every MIonday night at 12
o'clle .a Picolatarevery Tuesday night st 2
Will leave Jacksonville every Tuesday night
101l lae Fenandina every Tuesday night at

ciul leave Savannah every Wednesday sight
111leave Charleston S. C. Saturday So'colock

At Palathe Fla. Monday Evenin s
Sept. 1, 1860. TESDLE ID

CB1L'Y ~ TB19
will attend at the City Hanll to the collection
of city Taxes for the year 1860. Ifoure be-
t~ween 10 o clock and 12 A. M. Those persons
imdanely e.,e thy el e ndul tae .o
City Marshlal
~uust 25 1800. .' i

St, Augustise; Aungusat 1800.

PrOCIRIRnatioH Of Elet-

N~Firstn LEP70tN ber e t,ont dh setrha
preciacts in St. Johlns county,. For Giovernor,
Iepresentative 10 Congre~s. Senator for 17tl
Senetoriall Distriet,-aud for Asse4olyman.
The following persons are apporhed Inspect.
ors of said Election, viz.:
Co St. Augus use Pree act (ael cisb atoth
Rogero. IgURscio Lopes. ~
Fof rPicocata r clanctG(electiono ated House
Cgee and Jacob Lee.
Colo or a bidins libr gero, Bato
For Orange Miilla P'recinct, (election at the
Yils 8. C.Smpkins, Thomas T. Russell, and
Tor n~l Townb IPrecinct telect on at Ron s Sibleo aevgton, Josep~ Crooms and
LFor Inde endence Precinct (election at the
IIouse or on the premises of James Osteen)
Virgil R. Dupont, James Pentecer, Sr., and
Giro TII onaldlson.
House of e ber l cklr kn r 1h fr f Srp

and example opo d at 9 o'clockr A. M. and
closed at 5 P. AP
Instructions to the Inspectors of the October
o ttino vil owfmr~ed ith the alnnkh Poll
tention of the Inspectors is respectfully urged.
AuIgust25 1860. Judgeof Probate'

NSSE~JD 016.,. Whi Anal, Turpentine,
L( Z "m .uu l rlc L., Llhrb. a, j
1:., P'rusisi Blus, Palba BRkfallll
Sept. 15. B. E. {!ARR.

CPAUJLDING'S' prepared Gxlue, for immediate
lJuse, Oh~oise extracts for flavoring, vs:
Isemon, Vanilla, Orange, Raspberry, Strawber
ry, Almond~c. nalo Paregorie, Elizir of Opium
dcs'o agrs mtr, Pso au hiacto O 1
Senna, Gumarabic, Mance, Cloves. Cassia.
Sept. 15. B1. E. CARR,

BARRNEDWite Exra ir~miy

oly5ISeles edfor family Pastry EBaok ng c.
Sept. 2'.-1860.

R~ye & Buckwheat '
PFL 017& IN s~A U4
9 22 1800. B. E. CAltR'S.

YPE 1TGAR.-Justroe ', CAR

A LL person indebted to the Estate of ROQUE
f LEONARDl late of Sit. Johlns County de-
cearsedare request dr ni ake nmme iate py

bruar.L t., ne.r.. or a ced ll t persni f

.rr as metr PV' I a T oular

st: anUgustine, dljE.1~ ~ Fs

G~enrAT1 Nsaem 11 of Fm rda, fon so a
her ofa Company to facilitat/ the Exporting
te and Iprtn gr~o Fore gzncaun sie, un .
cte an ofteSuhr ro n
eopl ggg,

I, p~ ersone.indebted to the Estate of James
Ri si, decreased are requested to make im'
medliate payment tothe undersigned. And all
persons having claims against the said estate
are requiredto present the same within two
years, or this notice will be plead~ in bar of
their payment.
JOSEPH C. PERREIRA Admamestrator
July 7-1860. 4 8r
TUTecie a lot of Cupoile sokr, Old

" L


S r.

L Iett~er fkom Bon. Benjamin Rgpkins.

A"TI~o DUanH MAKEsq., /'kbairma Com.

IA:~:-Yu flavor of 29th August
motifflog me ~of my nomnina on, by te
Union Prty of St. John~s county, as Sena-
.tor to rep~ament themin the State Legisla-
Stur80 at ailso coluir. Ull~jil o n i~tu O~~

unlpr~date character, of a private nature,
n,,1. lps rare to dealitie the honor so unani'
Inorutel I,..s.~.1I,:.. at th~ samle timec assur'
ing yourself and a y urter frienrdr, that I
sh:411,e r and r..if d.s..nent lr effort to en-
.ureLP hu*.JlyO~I, aor 6usc.3.:s idI so pUrelIY, a
d~sional palty. Allow me tq ad in cent
eclu$ipin it ewb words, as to thii plcreset state
~of pnlartws The Democratic--ouse aill
aaieredl in iis self,'to have made a safe
rasistaneu apainsit thle curre~nt of Bine ~
ItezpUZi;lr..:-r.. is nowa dmasheod, with no
I d;n** rp;r't aufe~iently ofseo-
a~..nnl 'ui r*:k.i- -'n rully its subjects, and
by ng: again to co-opecrate, a hIosit so Inlr.:1

altujo vru g lli <--r .0.1 ..a.0 T I

rlph~l;.I. p-litiarl er meoo 1.- and d. i
Cl il to its rsedif rd. 6.. rin .11I wh.~ ....y
atot proper .yalus, upon thiat inheritance,
that has been beqluenthcd to us by our fore
fathers, tl e Constitution- anld Iiber~ty-
We have yet one resource left. The D~em-
u< ic pa'rydevided and bitterly opposed
to ends other, as much so as it is againls
the Uiion party--can never mlakeb head
wJay aainst (he*Black Recpublican Party.
Now, the onlystruly conservative party is
the Union Constitutional panrty; let it be
understood, that if corning results make it
parent, tit seperately ew must be de ea

port the most available Caundidate! for the
Presidency. WYe would haveu noth~ingito
i'earjinsuch nu evebt; on thle con~trary'
there would Usen b~e formed, and cenlenlted
a concentration of politicall power, that
would forevels clushl tbo h~draheaded
monsa~terofBrepubbea~n Funnaticism.e Self
interest would keep us united; and inlstead
o manny, as it now8 stands, w vo Uld have
but one class to keep under subhjection.
Irematin very reas ptfullS and truly


Irf ER( PL RO.11 MN D. 8. DICICEXsoS.-
Thle followrind lettr was wFrittenl by this
distieingished Demqhcra~t to the Commiictree
tr)(s iu~n st I~hn I A-tprogrent at fnl lte
masslnectinga;t Ashland. WeB extrnet it
from ths Kentuc~ky Statesan: :
BIXUIIAllrON, Algr. 31, 1860.
G- ENThill!N:-- 0 Wrouldl rive mle ionx-
prarmes labit auaecr;,*. to attend thec meetings
of the Calsts Iull...u al Deuwern~ey nealr ~er-
ington, on the5thl Beptemlber, to whicha you
have inlvite~d ule in such genecrous and flat-
tsring terms, Lut circumstances will not
pemuit, and I enn only returnl you ay
thlankful- geknowledgmeunt for remem
brance. and my) cordial greetings upon the
proposed occasion.
ourie struggle: idn w ich wre are ehn~aed i

c ney are contending not only against allied
armies but against guerrilla 3.Bd scounting
parties anid land privateebrin. .
The Black banner of Recpublicanism is
unfurled undisguised effort to eleet
sectiuonl candidates upon a sectional plat-
formn; hile individual~ ambition comes to
et eid, cy ane ri orun down and ea tu Y

vidl3 advantage, '
It isnot only a struggled between the
Constitution and the "'higher law," but be.
tween the whole Union and a section-
Sbetween the popular sentiment and noisy

mpre io aded steden te .dtnr o

t The Consk trulonal Demoueraj, with~the
-.y iOPS a~~~ States for their most~il^ ~I
]Bre.asinridge andl~~ Larac f.r te standard.
bearers, may well defy theafoes of the Con .
Sstitation, the'machinations of manaugement,
and the asggimit of faction, and malah for-
ward to that success which is better spaght
by adh~erence to the pnueziples of the Conn
stitution than by the treasonable resorts' of
the sectionalist, or the shifting expedients
of tpegecescsitoss politician,
Sam, gentlemen, sincerely ours
D. 8. Diclxxsox.
Mssrsar. James B. Beck, and others, Com-

-At the late meeting (Oxford) of the
British Asso a tion, Dr. 31segowan Itad it
a paper before the~eographicalsection, "Op
apn AteChristian Colon in Chiona" The
most interesting fact brought forward in Dr.
Maog wan's com unication, related ton a

y debyto b defoi te cirs .of Chingtu,


go l ore authlori &d to any lunb IhEr i
LARS, on the G~overnor's, election, andwsill
give the opposition Jiee hunldred~:",Y'" votes' "~"-,

M~iss Mather's Achool. o

A Iss M their hrg secu thle services of
Lege alis I.0 r.Algt (neohe em le Cl
in this eity, on the 15thefo October.
Miss Wrigit is dlady superior attainments
and of elegant secomplishments, and has had
meuch sxperanee in tr ining the young ch tn
and Frnh l uge ein tle sual Clg a
'tute, at Marion, Alabama. Previous to this, she
was engaged for twio years at Lanoneter Penn.,
.\iss \V ig skeches re yfaom natre and
.n addition to the ordinary studies snd the lan.
dse, '.l ,r intrc io i ming, a
~1,: ,ill; la .is .nCau my r orn~made 3 41.9.

,, I-.;,,, .- r. bis's a~lll. edctora L
,I 0, r 'l~ .ar -L at cl..n ard sunI L

',-, r 9,JS60. sf.."


hu~el Mall closes1 Anaordays st-0 .p M.

Southern Mail oloses onr Banurdays and hyrs
days at 8 A. MI.
Koribern -Mail ls due Thuiras.Iy~nd hiis-
urdays by IQP. M.
Southern MaiL due on Friday at 12 )I. and'
B.dun U. >e On le will be open flor deli ery
from 7to 9A. MI.
OFFT"ICE IIO-s From to Y2 nd 3 .k

That Joux BELL, Of TCnlleBee,88 1L Opposrition
ordteorP ~aident,o ,I. ,.. 1. .. ,

memiber6r nl 11e 1 11e1 b 1..a .1 suI.P~ b-
ject was br.oughtl before CongI.ress JOurr ILIt.
voted alwanys sie by aide withI John Quiney
Adasms and Joshun Rl. G.lo.s no llr .a.."*
ise it be remembnered, thnt Jonwa Bu7 voted
agnilust thlaIep atI or has~ odiao e 1 iiaion up
agitins~the Ka~nsus-Nebras. .11 n la.. 1e 1 ~
America~n party of Georgin I.uc. r`~~u. l .. 1,,.
clnr d timnr ony mnu mdae 1 rtI se ti!i' ~~~r.
n.ny political par1ty at theB outh.
Ihe i Ie 1 eeorcra .=~ sii. ..qr g asport
such mlen as Berries, Banmwelli I ~. 1~1
I 2-, leme ns DaiH rds allisu., .. I n us, ..... -
I~amlin, of Mainie, Sewar~d, of he~ l ock~. al
Wi ntlop, of Mna n aeton m B
thenl a selnator in Congress, ., 1;:.. ..' ;;
mission of Karnsas unlder the Decomrpton C'onstitu-
liOs ill elt 1I1Palli tit to ot~ld po
under the Loomlpton *.. .0IIi .idll ....
"oltut ona Igreat"hl ra. .~ i~.>

Ir u L ~ + hl j L. I : I. . l..
thlo .K .1 LI a. .
nd .r6 herrr~j JhT;~I b i g 1 l

/ .irprevul of ibd' laily adn~ Wee-

gresa e out city from thL dte, su su*
our business men for the a d ly paper in skisa city, that we find is
aba JIntely ne..esnaJ ry to -the pub-.~
Leion atI th. DAILY OII)l.5MIW*F 080
10~EIS PD1\ I 'lHilik C.1 111
FIOu lH, but`IICI ie peeluly so lr.irt

h le- p fr pillg of she paL~rsy wandtbants

i cr ill he Isnd almov ru. ousasiln
nr I

()USERV\ER F .Ways evntainl IIe aLry
latest news ofshe day, yecports of lunrket.
IIr n..iewelullis..k :Jatter of~rlise aln d

occur~ryu l ealr the I.~~ E*(Oircl, .niu

\YEELLY do 2 0
ac ostma ter throughout the Uited Stateq
mision of ?!0 per akt on all money trans-
moitted tous. .,
Pensa~cola, /Aug. 24, 1860.

nold us ...tIl l~r Tilll t btlr s1l.l ( us

the Black flagr hoisted over our heads, and
2.ll we canl do is to unite the slavre Slates
in 'solid phalauxs. Alaus! I nthat be donle
Ailas, if not donre, aire any- thinking men
looklugr about for thle answer to the qlues.
tion, what shall be donel ? or my own
part, Iwli~llnot conede, Iwcill not secedle,
1 ?ril not1 a1Ckidsce, Iwill Irot submit, 1
zcil11Iot cu~,omroise anlY more, butt IwIll
.77Uht in th~e UnlionL as long as I canL get a
respeCtable or. ~op)Eful phralityi or m)inori-
ty cenel of frm~, tr~ue mlenr to \standl by me

any ..u I ... ..I ..;.rl of war. uponl theil
p.op'ofity, Pnfety and honor, writhount a pur:-
p)ose or a planl of resistance ?-that is the
alct 1 11 aotm ready to anlswe fo gv u
the Union either.
To myg negroes I have property r~igbts,
in the Union; I have political ri~nR 1 d
I will not be thle cowaurd or the slave to
give up' the on~e in order to rleservo the
othcr; atnd w nillrFv wutplant ir, bu tg

assailed or dcestroyed. Let Lut your m4ass
n~e~etings, then) be ordinlar4 politically par-
fihan gathei-ings; let thern be suleuID ase~n-.
blagesG to consider thed in:Iris wHich they
haveu at estke, and the remecdies they hare
at. hund and canl devise against wrongs,
whether perpetrated writhlin or without
precscr~ibed frontsr. La an e;ent, loc are ~n
thre erle of a le'evolurllon, an~d the yruestion ia
simply,~ shall it be peacerCful onIY by/ our
Imde slbmniusion~ to inlsult andr outsaraU'-'
YOuL wLill fghlt, the Uniton Poll be saved,
Poourssincerly, ITEaNRY. TIsE
To Mlessrs. O. 13. tHarrison, WV. R. Cox,
and others, Ranleigh, N. 0,

Florida Items.

Thle Cednr K~eye Iregraph has th~e fol-
lowing in regard to Suwannoee county.
l*We learnr by a letter from one of our
friends, in this county, that it will give a
large majority for the whole democratic
ticket in October and November-
WYe are glad to hlear this cheering news
from Suwannee, as shle is a gallant little
county, and at no distant day will take rank
with soQ iof heR older si he olowng

census Statistics of t~e counties of. Gnad-
den and Calhoun.
White Population 4,538
Slave "5.442

.i ao Ttl p oracies Od the rihe he re- o

,b .~ i. thant JOIaP B)ELL nras
i.~,I., I > JL '.I I 11 I~ N ouimin~til n .hiCe ru
party whrichl to abarted Jous 13lnL. is, Itaqrs fR
cag;ot ,al esis to saairn the( als irul
the Union, IAnd thle enforemenllt of LUse laws
LEt it be remembcred,~ the Euw ~va.l Evunrr~,

m~eIlti als abolth li t an olhothed a -

by thle lamented Bnoomr.
Let iibe rememrbered, that1 this Harne Enw a l
w~I~T sta 1 isl ecleiter wla tream rol usa r

el lno ill~~ were in lmarn, ilmoral, barr-
Let ithe rremembered,,that Eowralt I~EVERETT
ree o'raluuiti l ave:;i ll I~ t ehligh a
n the Iistriot of Colunbid.
Let itbe remembecred. thaet Eowanu EdVERETI
goodor a resolutionl declurae et lit bCIngi
slavery il lire Uistricl ofColumbia.
LetI it be remembered, thant EDWARD Evnanrrr
voted for a resolution declaring thalt theu rig~hts
of huntanity, ther claims of justlice, and the con-
mongooddi~isce, demand Lno suppression by
Congresss of theslave trade crarriedl on in and
thlrOugh the DUistriot of Columbia,

ry' il tll L trnltor~ie Of theC United States.
vot ii beremainbereds, la 60rwaij Evsen 7
Sat~re ,II ..11 in rI; :. I admirtsel into the Union
,vhoe r~ Ltto u t1 a no h u .I1I
Le ithe rem~embered, that Eoartu EVEnrEi
vote fl:aegsotlo donider~ingv thanab Lin r c
itralic of Sherves between aii State of tse
i. ...i ll..~ .. -.,..9t this powcais

Letr it be rem mbered, that EDWhnn EVsEREW
hn; been~ adldressed by citirens.of Alabams, in
the hrope tha~t he wpouldl repudiate this recorl,
andl~ he hauot only failed, but1 refused to do it.
nLEt it be ranembeared, ltht JoH? UEL atlTe
ife longs friend nd ally of the Northl. has
aco seet /cae i sd p oer chE sne, t
whose record is fairly stated in the foregoing
paragrala hese facts staring them in the facee
can Southern men vote for BELL anld EVERETT?

LL persons having any claims or demands
1`L against thle Estate of PETER 1CAPELLIA,
late of St. JTohns County deceased, are required
aietieb to theaewithioarte re tre.od m
immediate pay T E RIE APLLA.
August 11, 1860O. Sw. Esecutrix.

The enterprising proprietor of
(The Purest MIediciahl Agent ever kinown,)
bas furnished the community a Stimulant P'ure,
1nttu isnd lvigorating. t Liesarnoe 1imonad
sway writh the vile drugged stugf that is palmed
off on thre c mmun ty,an idwhicoh es en stouto

tonW10ll (Ctesied under oath to its absolute
Philadelphia, Sept. 9th, 1858
nu3 lIanr crfly le ted th sasm pies nd n e
thrt it contains none of the Poisonous Substane
knrown as Fusil Oil, which is thre enara~cteristie
and inrjurious ingredienrt of the whiskeys in
generate use.
Anarlytical Chlemists.

'^'ald Yrl; oet rd, 11h "
Jr., ofP Phjilndelphlii a anld havring: crefu~llyt retd
it. I am pleased lo *tneethu it is entrirely free
fou p ,isonolus or del t rionl s 12 a lcl

Bojon, Jtarch iih, 185
chI!, ep me r es a ohelclnn~sais oP cml
prov~ei to be fr;e fr-om the hleavy Fuell O)ils, Rad i
av rfcoly th11I a nil ylmhl~ll~l Tb f Gr
used in mnlfu; l arzS.11n it. Ies eetfully.
No. 1 Bo0 Ston Str -
For Sale by C. WHA~RTON, Jr.
Sole Prnipne 4 Aent,
No I 6 W~almt st: Phil dl ha*

DY vi tue of in Execution issued out afofhe
Brcvrd 1n sh Eern Cici o Foid ad t
me dit C 0 RHa VB OrdS in fver of liim B*
levied upon azid will expose for sale at Susann
nf to ou2 1 s",-t h nsu or 81aletehoe fu
lowing described land, to wit:-Aun undiikided
interest of Fve Thousand three flundred and
Tllirty-thlree Aeres, breingp the third part of cer-
ramn grant of Iand eobtiniun 16,000 seres htore

ed' eoJo n MI. Hanngn,pe t ne utl h 1t
M31e aovoe sala is postponed until the fIst
Mlonday in JuIn'
Thr aove auale is postponed until the first
The bove salo is postponed until the first
Moonds in Auglust. 4utl
Te aove sa e is postponed un the first
M nda in Se tembero ned niltefis.
M h ha bioneO s l e o oned until the fist
af ndea in N eonlber n n -nx l*he1ra.
'le~au. ~ L.e. mt~ar n r

monea anol afal is poned untit*(~he first
MondaLy in February next-
Mo aov de e n i postponed until the first
The qbove 4ale is postponed until the first
Mlondayin April next. .
The above sale is prty-as..=d oslrd th first
monday in MUay next.
mo1e abvousale is postponed until th~e first
The above sale ispostponeduntil the fast
MIonday in July next,
The above sale is ~postponed until the ilrst
Mlonday in August next.
no'h ab vel mi~sepotponed until the first
The above sale is postponed until thre first
Mlonday in October next.m.BDVI,
AQting, Sheriff~revard County
March 5th-1859.

THE two Story Stone 4ouse

by m EEt whm lppiens r may be


For the preventionnod .lnrit freir ani
~geana t~liu P$esareik kdof r
sent proprietors by afriendw~hon been a geat
traveler ih Persia anpd the Holy Larad:

Oa discoveringnhis condition, one of the Boat-
men took from his person ait Amulet. saying.
'LWearthis imd nol'ever wPill touch you." Al-
and experienced immediate relief, and hns since
always found itan effectual protection from all
malarious complarints

"snita it5p rol n eole fom thr e
Priests of the Sun. Some!imne afterwdids the
gentlemanin conversing with a Priest obtiaed
fromi Enlte rt, oft pra uion,:and a9
.i t h~ch .t r Thbe woulern.I
"i~a of arr'.N CI ncirkar rrseneal a dul be-

Since hisretDE 6 dcrics, it lus hhMD triedl
uilltee ap Istei lb in Izris '~~u ,Ci~
tit e mlost unqualified prelie frbr 'rp r.--d
LNlsin here a specifics i Persia for a tnrededo
and Ague nd stiltonu Fevears-is Ilow oafred
to 110 American people.
It will be sen~t by.mail, prepaid,*vith full 1.
directions for use, on reopipt di one dollpr.
Principal Depot and Manufa~ctory, 183 l.11.i:1
rt gThmn d ea nm c. 1111Lak il0I:. ( o.l-
Julyl41860. 7

(Formly II. P' i)eansay)
INo. SYBOWERY.19ew F~qalk.
This establishment is six stories inraid ald
extends 242feet through to Wo..63Christie street,
makingit one of the

toe 1r rprdto offer greathttalcemints;
to the WholesaleB Trade, for.Osal, or Time;--
Their Stock consists, imparl, of


wan r Ck*s baL'u n sL% a~ ~l To '

Jexiny Lind ant Exte aimo Post,

6 feet wide..espee;ally for the soldnern Tradl
,Their facilities for mlinaf80lbrng dlefy Done-

gNo1 8 Be-I~ tailed on fie.

Hats &- Cap~. .

meel~oless showman~ ereg
body must havte a .new H~at iea
can a~nord it, anel every body inusE know all
about the various kinds of Hate in order to
choose knowpingly such a variety. Every thing
Rkom a stove-pipe dow4.d44 cheelse, with Blroad
Brinis, Short Blrint, ~ounad Btrims and no '
Brims at all, DeveC CscaimerPlush and relvet
oH~rpy Hie ead o~er eniro tlS ak r

sway 1 et dd ihaN." Ih ~i belr~t



Free Znhabicaznxou co' .


SThe~ Monti~cllo 'Flin.. Fr' iendE publishes
-the following unique hymeneid notice;
lARtRIED: In Suwannee county, Blorida,
.asthte mouthl oft~anta Fee River, by Mr.
Noble Hiull, a Justice of the Peace, of New
Boston, Mlr. John 1L Bobuok, of Alachus
county, to Mliss Louisa Purvis, of Lafayette
county. License could not be obtained in
the county in which the hndy lived; after
license obtained in Suwannee county, Mr.
Roback asked the mother of the young,
lady, and she gve her up. Therefore the
necessity of their mnarryinlg as they did."
The Newnanaville Dispatch of the 21st
inst says:-"T~'he revival of which we gave
00tice in our last weeki's 188110, 0108ed on
Sunday night last. resulting in an accession
to the oburch of 88 whites and 1 colored '
and some 35 or 40 conversions. .
Religious services are now being held in
the Methodist church in this place every
night, and the prospect fon a general revi-
pal is v vy emeouraging." sttst tte

8 ong trade aloneof that viinitg haunted



nOTTrE i~s herr- i;:ur 1~ n E7lrcin for

I~a trlu s~~8) the usan preci. No., ... c.u..

vsassed~ and forwirdedr to the Secretary of 8 i
in the mnauror pre n~bc by law fu the enir i~
congress. Tli cr;;ly B LI. crorI~ Le, t.C b.r
is three .n e- It e 4

1..1 1 r rint

By the aovrn or-- I cres;re

8. p it 180.. dse rery of fate:

ulan3~d -Route

C' IE*al I.E TO o lB .

,~, $

Tne trenaloner Fr*and ss I Sl




*surY~drull*yuii i. .-*k.


go U~~#PeB Jl's EO. FIR,

"~~ WjtnAg 3NDREUi
oar mene. :

-ics6 BB PER L~N~

o l r~ ofIelve liner a I

meLn~~ alhl S.ledY to u e
~~~~e AgcommonelUIL.,ain
Q4aCTI~-gunn deanitely usle naturel 01

or, the am o conur e d Isir.derm
,vtqm. LL Dd.


-.- r~-~r- ~~~_~~_~__~~_~_~ ~~~~~~~~~ _~_~~ -- iii.




Announce Ila brin made eet. Impra~re-
Lllk w esirTI Lu U... In saw at-
Tnpe a~tite sh of auudower~s Is respeotullS
Orldt l.lrbua abe is ] K o
ylbultro r.runldb astpl' N elp

r~P OY

nhbe varl on on~f
Ihtlooa Iam T us~bt ONE PAKAE

agpgIR Sphi sad epulay imprpop of all
Pk uAs St. Aslutn isIs

-n a-- -~rse -


I~tass' Dy~s ephc '

Remedy has the lar-

gestwats of: any ~e--
di~chO hi the:WOrld.

100 0'00 packages
Sold ii G~eorg~ia and .
SO~ik arPOlnDR 1H
fourteen months. It

is warranted to

cure, if directions
are-: followedd, any

CitSO Of 9'spepSIR)
VA Pe DiseRSO,
Jaundice, General

tiOD, Girollic Dialf-
rhoea, .Giddin~ess,

Depreasse piri s,
dJcOSS of Aippetile~,
Painin the Side an'd

Back. L s scial-.

lylidap d~ to Fe' r
niRl comp RilitS$ it

pPOdilles R~otund.
i:Of~ ]Frm in Fe-
SRiaes bf a Thin and

a~gre Habit *

Every invalid
should tr one

885 Broad 87, neW Yerk.
For oas ia .5 Asuigarstn by

rp 14-**188).

me.e n b mran -ld rad~c nn ~~~~
re .nehand d~e b su Grreecop "Vks
.ArehelaLC l he raphit. Wradr~. Thef BT4 ;
asdepLetdsrI Fblf~l o~.Ja.s.u tlyslf scha

see as aI desover~ 1~~1.. or a ri~l. and bear-g un
i uhLse nargeorr fr .4L alrlboxlII inran anrusa
I es dorul .1s.*Lb I. dllJ dr.1,a II aa IIe.J. a

hats eel anICI~ nerest ThlI e paricalitra of this
w~ll bre foundin- our~l catalo e.: 1. rs
O'nrur caaoguer of .subjects adrices will be

Willfon kepthmpstda our caaow expne
Men rtlou of lesrewlljel fnd Phtoraphy a most
necesaryu foran teir scess toglreeithe wiy RsE
strutiesana **How La salmiutgr is 53 lidi5a 0
Imp ;1,ortr and clatIns~recu f o ins spl. L

:i~ aoe (R::.ut rlted, w i r.. e
Mar i

onhad, sadulberll, La~ is awas u lyn imef ih

uue most f~ashiounale Goo 0, sucp as superior
r'worec klack blu e nd brown Clo 5s, blacilrloe
jl, and Plancpy ass~mere, Vesturge, INeak
Al re n eeutd thoe etstjtlearwnork-


48oAR n b rnr bl ei r ler.~a 6l~rt~ rad ofhe dr,

ratsaqal 8 orl

brokelTdOhsouringawrL.y rw
mN Te~l ~ .brr e0 r V
... R a".,"; d I1 u E
~~~la shevarolug *air.1 of 8 14 in order to
e-selr~osply lunh a variel. Eve.rry mtng
hso' .~~S so of re lrin l Ho L a U.-e, uns. r a

sat1 qpi. faP'l mle eeroy IFa.1.. vr eison
h*o Nn adl day dwn Ito u of I1.1 usee are
vsteraynP taupLds So LoUrb learhnril.

L VE O)AlfI.1 ND FOft8aLP.
~d 800 Aersea yin led aboul malesi. Tom t.
jp A ~ Ine f'1 ".an ud P11i eron bio

sfuasted about 1? mlee south of St, Augustine,
Aplc called Webb. For fhto p a rtcuare

-U~Z~i~-) ~i~4C-C ----II-- -L~IL~Wm~YII~s~L~~C-- --3--4Y1~

aopsr onie on uaana

d 8ui?~ tra uY 4 ~ 1:

as pi~r mist. to smarnrrde life, should r(ad thIs
be acqluaio~ne wnh:r riln iL 1 r.pu lll~rnL LLbe sha 5U
t**,',0 p a.d nota ea bqle rb e~aa. 5

abovr 4th Philadelrphi.Pa.
NP urllane wonL my e to~ wlan

(p pcl fLLy. 11 wallbe eeaslbof0~ 1ngBo.
a~nyadulr lar~yurned ad p9 ll~y~ e
DR 1'UO G n it ~oelbe o.4o~

Alugual .1, 1860. @

ItL'J I14ue Gum Dr ~ ogs g, L

J6V~ %

i i
a +



4As~ay Lot, JS60st 51 BROADIVAP,tes
doorsfrom Ithe B. )Wdc6olas Hotl.
Th estereoesope Is the most inseritative. in-
re ine ne ertaiiniy g, uamusng 4 ~acprules
ig n o to yrlg one o ol non a o
led ex Is wvort'h snd beauty.
and home is pOmplete without it, and it mass
i: preser..ql .yur 1IC c eery part of the
FJon1I o, l b rI Ibi rrev. 1J'1Ci. ersperne. I~~

Pl. llr. enit~a~d. th E Of the
tisrent Al1:l t .ir..~Rr.s iserre karr attir
a av a1r3 LR r~l.rsrn .aI1 sor Oly papdr Vi. we
of sieise .n ~rates L. ad.: n, Enlgland,. CestIrInet,
vein~d. Hullri. tl1.Pd.@. hIgPIuI. olland.
edn.iriend: i'1.e froner, Vr.1. iles.$1.dl Cloud,

drture scene ,ol Lar 1.. L lec. Metafh-

mlnaled hblufiOrs 01 j.lats,
L.'sthdrls .1 Finac Ita
;restof heig 1y at d&

i(Fortty~ 10 P Dnson ,zll
Wo. St BOWERY. New Y6I,
erna eM1 B~ b~b h 8a
makang Ir Joe or me (
in the Urlned States. j* ...
ALo arprpre r edru ceofergralinuerimeT ag



(a sgrey$2 'So 0
'dlenn y~ teaglear*~t

Kas Pro BID

ir 1BolG enL Fl

"Costar'a" $

"CoDsar's" a:
'Costar's"' Bed-bug Eliforminator..
"Coitar's" El~cri Powd;er, to
sects. 4c,@

usd roe dRyfI r aF inana,&e.,Ar-

10 Yese estblished in New Tog Ciry--and
by liIhe Ibas Plg .al-OIT~e-teCr
audditation 11.sus-re City greamers, Shepr,
Ac -ther C~ty Hotels. l*Astor,'' S. Micholae."

ailr Druggsts and er;~~Sbepai 8
, .m. e
and Towns.
as Ir!Ihtwa~np'II of spurians indeathes
ag Si.*J Bam~plelianesmen6 lugig
~dalB OIressorder--rfor ** ljC *~'~

...... or,.... ,, o~,:

r~-~ jL~rp;a Ivancecl* I AJ~9 aqurn e

hillsaM r ik.lrb Pr r~uuq/a a pid

Il T *[QC0dLl'i on ab .t a
Tram E m FI a 1.. lnl ilus ro o, mll. ha * s rece~~bpnl ng tii ben pi

nthaun. 1 ,,so on ah Lass l~n

lar i ola b rcs te
0)111i9.a~l ~ m b lLolr~L
NEWdb L~~r ~ i YOB r FNsr.ul Io

~~r ~ HA1KBERB oh 4 oa l re

~ or-si~~oi~e~a l all0~ Iha~~lll
.tbrnnh i n ~6dnFr ~~

;-:, -;*,, ,0 g


es -ithdadsppnes Geonrad!
wh~~eB orsuernfoth ef. I9
..- -ft aver- -


weakenedby excess, Soura by

sedrv reeqre taly,"'

pipesentryaL 0eviostwllsaod.

insil Ara onwas sad BeiD
aonesd a sars or b ., '

r pple BROADWAY.~u age r
Th ~ ae nridwIr* It ~ ;
Fe a ss ree B a.IFu IIU odia
Baobors~irosin("rear .*5.19 lPo, Hush

.PC RE O4. DAI DoLggg

.doa tl47
lvU 57 il U) ~
beliablo or ~re from th Trads by Ms I of
le~egr4,a-,r su pl~~IcaUZco .

erosesne is also to be obtained atr the Man
ufatiurers' Prices, of all the New Yolr Whol~t
Jnae DrUggists, G(r~oere, Camphlenine nd Burti
uAg Flrl in Manufacturerls and 17palere iu n Japsi
:'N 1 --43HOMEN E is th-tru1ade-
tnark/c of~ the Kerosene Oil Co.; anld alt
pe,%ls'att ae cautio~lted againai 2stayg the
ulaid hade-mlarl f1o~roher oils.
Oct. 15. .. sm

OFBeap Gookd.





elar CAOLE,

JELL 3 j


8 bco,

Db .r, -

Jen. 7


jn. c ~r

rapslo~ P~~ll el rnd foiulr, a onean Phn
.r .s i'"8~s. ""':.uewiabef

Gentllelmen's Gold and Sdv~er Watch.1
es, Gold Ve6t and Guard Chains,
nold Bleev. Bunoas, Qown

Gold Eoarf Pana-nrer aryle; Gold Drest r
Phas,1 Gul-1 11np.r gs h o.
w~nr, Cl.v., Uil sico. nou Sr.'o Mosnia Gold
r us an Hl s, Gas: I6elu and l rd Par.s
Burroc~. ,old del~ll lah, Goldl tangs. no Be.
corA. lelo.wns, Mdser buslrcalsr .ora o-

In aopmprJ refrure ncea psea v ~never

Bras abt mad To. pklyl, io as~o avid

]10 cfq ATL~ Id C .


;.~ ~ ~

Rla 8RW itiij
TIUTCH monar a o
say cons R

run YINau unRTI .sOza
THE~a ..enY WM 1, U
THE ~ ~ ~ .. nNL FOllgC
rainsamerai nattian D.,

3 *

wrmA I~has I anti
ra ph rr:iBP


ACGoldPeneil with 8ohlPen atta e~d,

For:$5 anne
WORTHI FROMI $2.00 TO 53.00

buty a fili and legi timae uiesale in wich-e n p

purohnasr gets the vau of hzis or her money i
each, whlichcannot be bo ght at ,n wealso I
for thle ame price; and aalscddito to these P~

$8, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20, 80, 50, or even $8ool
We*rPF09 05 I.D Pe a[*r.*(a know1 Thtl Prg
"""'" ** ,u rice...r$,q.r. r..~rS ~r..mor.n.
.\ny LEly or d nal~~ng use c.I the
:'; j;:lr, ~, il i~ Id";" LJ.Tr n"*;*,;
an~d P Lorbel, as a; u=. I ake their

b:.,d sae s.ildl u< O.tb for na II.,
bY ..nea 1.68p .:ngo ul~nes IfoIst.. sonals
t ae "'' tsi: o~ulluli. lr."t '. asIO

annyG m prepareUd ioGe toI ( mJ olk.dns
.I IIs a .., .nl oisy and SI. Jo r.a cour.ay

spe sou r.. usero. t O ue urel..e All amg -nla

s=== cuv iend, Esac Canmrs,~ Lad Iies 16t]

a ur e-an.ap was, prs Qg ldU~LD Op

soiagon r g'o M.

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