Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: October 6, 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: VID00210
Source Institution: University of Florida
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On lar.ekrr, we and The Executions in Syria sq..ore.J. We Mill hope to e.nean Am-*r Sel at Listof Graper. I LET IT BE EMEMBERD
Our Breckir.r.-lge .rs*i Land Sixty-four Ostasons Hung'-One Iran- I on Elect, or one man-of r.r or loser, to pre A earr a e=edent of rhe Awnesse Far. That Jo sa Bra.L. formanese. the sposhina
Thes.nsidole so res.d), 'rm <,.ar Brook.raudge dredandTonortheIrregularTroops reds hopudeferredfrom makingthe heart, rer-, wh.B. eagerienceentales hisopinion I or ,ot hai.>hsprilse and
e andLar.el Shot'-ThirbeoefeHundeed aderCt" alek. t...resp.-er, furnishes the 1-.ellowing e..Inc or u.dra, ha ,,.mo R.
Old Bell as for rhe Unain-ar.rt-Ja:Leon as ble ,d.:mtled to Dearb. Tr .4 espeered thr the Druse campaign hst of grapes, sh ments of which are well Lets, le afew e J. that lane WA amb.
sohnst. [c..rrespe.uleases .4 she II..,non Travaler J wall begin alrer the sealement of all diHi- asecruined, nod all of which, in his opin. der U Drum Ed belois C agr 83 BELL
.5 anion ofthe e'nemies of Democrark rule: BI (Bu n, St am, Aug. 23, 1400. enlsies in Damasons. H. ian, are bener than the labells and ('ar.s- ';i <1 in a
Butwellaissolvehfs Un'dord Mr..fup skin Aske Chrjpthan worldis at this mo SCENEs IN Stars-A barrespondent wabs:

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bnersda s at 05hitantinople. had reaHy"Hiliely enough to cover stem all 80 know re head-2or (acts nish
*Desiring to charibute all in our power Li II onwa1 for the Union, too-the unlan of Liners from Damascus, dated abo 20th They were jaut na they had Bed frpm their 4,2. Din1- buchfu br Mosely ec.a. DA o slim ,
to theencess of the democratic stainess, f piraseSquaner mobsorata-to drive us from inst sul...rm us that early in the morning isomes on th.:Dth (.1 July, when the disman, shdulder= J. L.ernes*taligh, round, red; vine or ar.I ==rflin each soon af- Chase, or Oh a
both State aind federal, we propose to issue our land; of LLas day sixty-four pl Use Shelem c.iti. erE by.o,-and bmi also been .elawing-in viarous, sa..J r.pens a >> week 110. (al OWyreil. Of NdW Yor 5, aid
theb. miner for the Gampaign commene- And robus of our heritage-the National do zens of Damasedwere found hung before the dog days of a Syrian summer--on very 1srar one the lucia and ap .rseshes it myd ed. mu so 1841, Jo .
ng are 4th of Allfast till after the election main; their own doors. "These are the first exe. indifferent food, many being so weakened in excellence, both for table use and far sa c. ..c.;rm .efa ar., Acad.
teall new anbseribers for ffly teeds. As We'll soon wind up his union with our Brookin- outions for the massacre in Damasons This by starvation that they could hardly sit on irine. If grown in a smaggapace, must be ha Ip is 2h a
we do this merely rom our interest in the ridge an r neeckinridge and Lane, has thrown the city into gloom deeper their horses or mules. A voice called me root-pruned at the end of clie first season; do a nam or a anam
success of our worthy candidates, an in Our Breckinridge and Lane I than before. The few Moslems who had by name out of the crowd, and I went up and if very vigorous, at thellend of the se. nea ora **great as plea" as un-
support of theimportant principlesievolved we'll soon Wind up his union with our Bree- opened theirshopshave closed them to-day. to see who it was. The speaker was a cond. a is remembbed. that Jour $rs...
in thqpoteit, we trust, that all good dem- inridge and Lane! The Jews keep to their own quarters. guant, lean man, with nothing but an old 8. (wwA.-A white grape of the high- peatedly, within use user.Iwe sears, sun 2,
eerals irill at least exhibit. their interesting 12. Few Christians appear in the streets to. pair of torn drawers upon him. He was est flavor; bunches and berries medium to pulitioly abs no Wothe CLIA GE Gra
the canvas, by obtain and sending us Old Uncle Abe's a Union man, and to his plat- day. The Moslems are downcast, and ma- \ding a miserable stumbling mul@, and large; vine hardy and productive. It be- U n.BLAmi aceringicany ,
the names of:nkmerous subscribers for the form ti the devil and his subterranean ny of them weeping. The women of those carrying before big a young child evidently gins to ripen as early, as Diana, but does Let is beromembere4 that Jons Bare, la
mpaign Less than this they can not do. Agun n hanged and those of the prisoners now dying; whilst behind him clung $other not progress so rapidly, and consequently by Imlf ntedogashd y le on a o
We will say further, that if there are any IIis union is most intimate, but oura will be the fearing the worst, are weeping and scream. Infant, blind fr&m opshalmia, with which, in cold seasons may be considered not quite positionjuirty ofala 4)n to whether is
BRECKINRIDGE and LANE men in the gain, ingin their houses or in the .streets, and by thgpray, three-fourths of the caravan so early as Diana, but much earlier than in favour the protection of the rights a v.
eity or out of it, who are un le to pay for We'll rous his anoty legions with our Breckin' enraing the dogs and swine for whose sakes was allliothd. It took me some time-and Catawba, and greatly surpassing it in rich opd a ad MM ,
this campaign paper, if they will leave ridge add Lane& Moslems are being hanged. not, until be told me his name-to recog- vinons flavor. Let ithe remembered, that Jaggrff
their names at the oilice, we willsend them Our Breakinridge and Lane' The poor Christians in the Castle (about nine in, the lean, hungry-looking, ragged 4. HERBEMONT.-An immense grower, prominently spoken of as so didate r use
the Frammer till after the election razE. We'll rout rBrecki dge and Lane reckin- seven thousand) are fearful and anxious, liegljar before me the trim, squg, wealthy and the most ornamental of all our out-door 6 er N as a on s.
)nibeseterma; if femocrats do theer duty' ridge and Lans I and more desirous than ever to get away. merchant, whom I had known so well a few vines; perfectly hardy son h of New York; arty wh ch nominated Jon is, as for sa
1.Meniner will be in the bands of X. One hundred and thirty prisoners, tied to. months before-whdite house at Damasons its berries are medium an small in, size, ea ,o ,thpr $g sto tainthe no to
every BRECILINRIDGE the country. Let us see whnsop be done. Jenny Bell, to the plain for execution, and three hain- 20,000 aterling, whose wife's jewel were tbo bunches are very la1ge. Its rich, aficy, the pit do edda Pw Ernarr,
Are merely bogus candidates, they know them- dred were solit away from the city with w rth at least 252,000 sterlitig, and whose vinous flavor is very distinct and sf the subscribed to a testimonial to Gharie P
paq 80@ They me t.] .che Union and endeavor theirhands ingoden yokes. Yesterday signatureforanythingunder10,000ar<.r- greatestexcelloose. It$fitly4 edby norario olitio itfdul-mon edce
a "LUor EAL. with Eladr sham, there were this less, heandred under atrear, lung, would have beer. considered as freed as Downing, too as, "Its berries are ba,,s of by t lamented Beoo.u.
L To came us f..r the government of hideous Abra. The Penalia is desirrains to dousers the Chris- the bank. wane." An aden.rable nearly I.>r me I.ui. La n be remesks.1, aba chu sites as.$
ig e. ar and Bquardrism had dug a Aa.v. tians and induce them to go to the houses I aded 160 poor follow whether, wh a ande of Ne as York Car y and further sourn. s ema. so a Inse wr-man I me
Theirhides..s 41. r to-^ en which he Use drawn (110 Afederns the madeaere b n, he had n..r been oble in I.exture na.1 thour it me stand in com- &.s ,--re tie use and am
he lter hernere Southerners our Union Their eooty Abr a as-. The fore;(..scap in the t.*slim of an F'n ,to save $'ny thin Ele dii phed, *Nashing parseen usa the bear.'Tass a. artrues '"'" Argument wM. ve n -

a The LineDemocran anshrewadqi AndtsmousalaRare. Le traur rushous Abra- 5.1251. garaticaran who had km el in Da ven em ent

arts 1 rnt e man is literally ENOsil 0 liaid of hugre ro arsonatests want
warefrinr.dge. a.1 e.n, ceived at the American Consulate to neatly a beg ar. .\ud ex ano di ce em..ea, there @.11:.pgly generally to this to a 0...v.,t.nes on Cob
And called Breckiriridge' There's but one true coinpetitor-that Breek a theisme effect. The U. B. Vice-Cousill Ire more than two thousand poor men, who riety, except that the Lendir is much ear. Latic berememb8rd ( DWARD EVERBT
And called it Breckinrid !called it the only man; at Damanus informs ble Chief at Beirut have come or are coming here from that lier, ripening at least two weeks before Whe a ire et 6 's a
They made it of tried hickory an its hopes the little traitor Steve division ann that "fifty-seven were hung in the city, I cursed place, who are in exactly the same Isabella. Its fruit is very sweet, rich, spicy slavery in the District &Columbia.
fireckinridgel g But ii him indigestion wishour Breek; Eve of whom were of the leading Moslems, condition. Of the poor women lean hard- and vinous, and has a very high character voke 0 arr I ire deho tri toi

When Lincoloism and Douglasism, with rails inridge and! and the remainder from the lower classes. ly speak. God if His mercy forbid that in for wine as well as for table use. of humanity, the claims of justice, shdthe com-
and squatter sw'A Our Breckinridge and Lane, Two of them were those who attacked Vice. ugland our mothers and wives abould REBECCA would deserve all commenda. mongoodattike manadhe a pression by
Of Sovereign State Equality had shut the great Our Breckinridge and Lane I Consul Meshaks in hili own house, and now, even in a dream, the utter hopeless tion for the garden, were it not thalgies through the District of Golumbia. am and
high way, We'll treat himto convulsions with our Brook" wounded him severely on the head and oisery these poor creatures have suffered, leaves, which are not abundant, like those Leigbe remembered, that E>ware Etsuan
The good Old-Line Democracy soon made the inridge Lane! arm. At tWO o'olook P. My one kindred because they were-ifouly in name-Chr s- of Isabella, in most localities are subject to owd on resolution seclaring that Con eas
haw p it no of harpies, they called it TN cellaioin," 'tis."the Union,"old Johnny and ten of the Baabi Bazouks or irregular lans. Hundreds of these women-ladies mildew in unfavorable seasons. ry in the territories or2 1 a. .
aseph Lane! 'Tis "the Union,"'tis "the, Union," 'tis **the Turkish envalry, were shot in the plain n rank and accustomed to every luxury in There are two other varieties that should vo e r at to or t Evailan
And called it Joseph Lane' Union" of our chains I outside of the ofty, one of whom was Ismail heir own homes, who would never appear not be passed without a word, as few who State shall hereafter be admi 804 into t coUM
And eaHed it Joseph Lane! 'Tis the UNION 'tis THE UNION, ofxr forefath- Agha, the son of Sheadin Agha, who was a public except veiled, and.knew not what have gardens would like to be without whose constitutioner form of Government shall
'they cleared the kneothsrpies, and they called ers did ordain- a military captain and a prominent leader day's hardship meant hundreds arrived them.UNIon VILLAGE, Which originated permit(heezistenceof domestic slavery Lherce
Joseph Lane. 'Tis the Union, 'tis to Union of our Brechn in the insurrection." xere with but arag round their loins and with the Shakers at a place of that name Let itheremembered, that EPatan- Evanitry

Thearerth there esme, from out the dead, the ridge a v rneeekinridge and Lane, Thus has the first installmentof justice wer their shool rsMhavingerriddeas on nea Cincumati io, anda pa e id pdo e p 2r ab Mye
erowning party sham, Our Breckinridge and Lane; been wrung out, and we expect to learn of p s, by abell ble trallic of slaves between the States of the
The fossils of old Whiggery and bones of rowdy ,Tis the Union, 'tis the Union of our Breakin- executions by the next post. Notwith- laebanon range, across the valley of Carlo- Pn a omo ai er, a der p s t le8a Ge at a lee ott he owe.r
.8sm; ridge and Lane! standing this, Cyril Graham, who has just Syria, and through the defiles of Lebanon' one week sooner. In bach and berry is justice.
They dng up Bell and Everett, but they dug gyzL returned from a tour in .the interior, after >urnt uphy a fiery sun by day, and chilled may be representedas twice the size of that Let is be remembered, that ED Asx Evirasty

We M rof e iv g, for our Breckinrldge While we rally fbr the Union and the Constitu. visiting Damasous, Hasbeiya and Rasheya, ad dae p r hidd ana .ofMore vane5.Ia8INGistrao.-This is directly the sh a o
and kn Br ea We'ron eat haltollow compromise, and all ei Tw la ee bm b sd antD ee a d t I redm yzno em u etoiPh b t, a e neLet it reinen a ad 6 B an

Our Then rally for our candidates from Mexico to que again so long as the country is in the European character, but, it is hardy, early life longs triendand any or e
Ve go for State Equality, our Breckinridge and Maine, hands of the foolem powet'. He had sev. with the caravan; scores have renehed 1)ey- and productive; with care, its long should- Deen selected as afit and p.=p.-c en J us
Lane! And victory will perch upon our Breckinridge eral very narrow escapes from the Druses out only to die; and yet those that have ered buixohes become very handsome; fruit ra so reed j0 dreaso Eureaung
I'- sad Lane! while in the interior. eft and are now here are the most fortune. sweet, spicy and delicious* paragraphs.
Now down withitquatter-sovereigntywitk8sa our Breakinridgeand Lane, He found hundreds of dead bodies in a ste of the Obristian population of Damas. filE SECRET OF TAMING 11OttSES.-A With all shese frs:0s.nrtring them a Ib? fee,
and Sambo down. Our Brecisinridge and Lane t ans. I need not detail the fate worse than corre ndent of the New York Empress can 1,aun-r c. .ca n very w Bald. and Evaderst ,
Aug down with all Republicans when they turn Andrietory will haver o'er our areakinridge complete state of preservation, and the death which hundrbda have met with, nor subus the following method of horse tain- --
slack or Browns and Lans I widows and orphan children, were still The Marranna Patriot says there Arth
Warantnodeaginglesters with no platform gly, weeping over their slaughtered friehdal numerate how many have been carried off in or the oilotcommin the horse negro thieves in that vicinity. h is
lushim We've got gallant soldier who led on in Mexico, He distributed among them about twenty y the Bedostina, Kurds, and oth r mis- instinctive nasion, and when, the horse "in the receipt of a letter from Dr. David
We I now our sisenand prloolples, our Brooldne Old Joe the people call him...'tis old Joseph thousand piasters, and prevailed on had parents, who came to help in the work set scents the o or, he is instinctively drawn L. White, of Gadsden count informi
Unridge sad I an goon no 8 and Dogglasism rin slumber Pasha to send them one hundred thousand as foot by their coroligionists." towards it. Tr e 11 annd possesses us of an attempt to decoy off to of his a
Our Breckinridge and Lane 81a more. KEEPING FOTATOES.--The Country cherish RPfo driess for it, and it exercifies 4 gro boys. They were young, and decoFed
we know our men and principles, our areek- And IPgive i em Buena Viets with our The Freneh troops have been posing Gentleman says:-'AA cool cellar which kind ofsubdaiing influence over them. To off about, the fird of this month, Elina R.
. inridge sad Lane^ Breckinridge and Lanel into the country very rapidly, and the ex- never freezes is the best and most conveni- tune horses, procure some castor, and grate Kempt, Esq., of our cogaty, captured one
Our Breelcinridge and Lane, pected arrival of fifteen hundred Zonars ent place for keeping potatoes. They may i)t line, a ]so get some oil a nu ad of the boys, and the other retairned home.
- First ederalist, then Democrat, then Whig was Our RYeckinridge and Lane I will complete the first detachment of air be placed in large boxes or bins, raised from air-@he ttles; ruPa little oil of oummin The boys say white man in Wyq Florida

The i -Gegent-Is o of Rip sam- And othem Buena Viets with our eusand ofdhe Fe army, designed for th I e oz b aba sets, o ee sh g n d mht to malsoe on n ey oP

He to at Abolit$od, 1415 Totes are but too A VALUABLE TABLE.--A box 24 inches Beirut has assumed the appearance of a admit of ventilation-osherwise this will cani' eewial me a come a him wish- ed the Chanabooebe giv6r to leave the tele-
plain; by 16 inches square and 28 inches deep, French garrison, and the immense amount not be necessary. They should be covered out trouble. Immediately rub your hand graph road, wbsals they did. Evidently the
We turn from at each weathercocks to Brook- will contain a hurrel-5 bushels. of stores landed by the transport and the from the light for which purpose chaitis a gently on the horse's nose, getting a little man ur men who desoyed off these boys
bridge sad Lane A box 24 inches by 16 inches square and line-of-battle ships recently arrived,, some- good substance. If buried in pits, the sub of the oil in it. You cast then lead hian resides in West Florida. Let our eitisona
To Breckinridge and Lane, 12 inches deep will contain halfabarrel. what belies the avowed intention of Napo- soil should have a perfect drainage. We anywhere. Give him a little castor on a give an eye to this 2nautir, and soon ths
? Our greqkinridge and Lane I A box 26 inches by 15.8 inchen square leon to comply with the conditions of the prefer heaps above ground, containing 50 to piece of loaf sugar or apple. Put eleb thieves will be brought to "uatioe.
We enrathem aB such weathereocks to Break- 100 bushels, to be covered with a foot of drops of rhodmm into a lady's silver th a There
bridge and Lane I ang 8 inches deep will contain 1 busheL Convention and evaluate the country praised straw, and three or four inches of blei take th.e thimble between the thumb is yet another negro withlthe thief at the
ye A bod2 inches by 11.2 inches square in six months. earth on the straw. This has been found and middle finger of your right hand, time Dr. White's negroleft, who has not
aseve Douglas and old ugly A'oe walk, ta esp and 8 Inches deep will contain 1peek. The crowded harbor at Beirst is daill much better than straw and more earth with your forefinger stopping the anoach of beeii captured. The public had better be
other's shoes, A box 8 inches by 8 inches square and becoming more crowded. The arrival of There should be ventilating holes at the 1 4 to thimble, to prevent site oil from run- on the look out."
And'Lwizatheir squatter polities these's not n 4.2 inches deep willoontain 1 gallon. the Dutob, the Sardinian and the Austrian top, loosely stopped with straw. The de. ningst while you are opening it, tip the
pin so shooses A box 4 inches by S inches square and fleets were announced by the usual saluting eyed potatoes often found at the top of thimble on his tangue, and he is your ser- Among the delegates totheSredliaridge
Our country's badly poissed aow, but we'll 4.8 inches deep will contain a balf gallon. cannonade, and the Spanish fleet is expect aeP dresnultfrom the anti of ventila lon. on aHe edi fullo yo n 8r eSt oo Convention at CharlonesvUS, Va, we

r 'tle our BreeMaridgesad A box 4 inches by 4 inches square and ed west week. Six more British and as over this mode reserving in heaps, is can tenoh hm anything, if you are gentle Abraham Lincoln, of Bookinghaza, a soft-
asia s g.l inches deep will contain 1 quarts many French line-of-battle ships are also the saving of 1960 and king to hims do of **014 Abey



The Election. Three Thousiand majority- Fall o Church Tower. Florid lans Read and |!!!,2; ,",,M "",if,:" '^"* *
The election on Monday last, result 1 About 4 o"e ook on Tuesday morning of
ed in a glorious triumph. for the Eastern Distriot. this week the tower of the Presbyterian RO BO(, This is pretty cousl*rmre he th
BT. AUGUST PLORIDA Demooracy of St. Johns county. There is DUVAL. Church iD thiS City fell 40 4110 gr013D$.- Abolition opinionsofJohnBell)that Mr. Bell ta8s ePr < no n a
SATURDAY, OCT., 6, 186O* a majorityin the county for the Democratic Mandarin-Milton, 29 The preceding day and night, had been the Black Republicans. 1s is not highly
candidates ranging from 94 to 121,-Gen. Hopkins 28-1 maj* rainy, a great amount of'water having a publish the subjoibed extrnets from piobable that Mr. Greely.ia very maeird a
agr- J.can Bent Ess, or whith, Fla., Mason for Governor having the former, Hilton 38 fallon, and it is supposed that the founda- chespeeehesand writings of praininentab. lighted to sed John Bell. dividing the
author j aAgen on- e '8 and Mr. SIMPKINs, for Senator, the latter Allen 22-11maj- tion of the structure was undermined. No olitionists and Black Republicans, in Southern States on his own account, as the.

0 ipsions, inake sonections; and receipt for the rs s Ht 3 M s or -24 Maj. II sa8se t ob oes id to e raise of Job Bell, yrithtthe view o boir- Know-nothing candidate asheereb or ibtr
-- Assembly 114. .Jacksonville--Hopkins 217 fore separate frongir. The latter was built clirectly, working for the advancement of ism? .
Itatio at in tio Nominations, We canot too emphatically congratulate Milton 184-88 ma)* some five or six years ago, at an expence of the cause of Black Republicanism, and Listen to the Ngw York Thnes Mr. Se-

R 21 IDENT. our friends pon thook a a noon i n -13 maj. 01 hi If lost wdr f u wi the neerthope use it m lead to wa 'sth anBlear what that paper says in

*? Mrs*rticKY. for St. Johns whesi her Democratic majori- Moore 14 sound which awakened and alarmed many th prit down and forever destroy this enemy uo J tenan, 1 to ank a nod
., ty was rolled up to a hundred and twenty- BALDWIN. fappiligin that quarter of th(> City. We of our institutions. The BRECKINRIDGE LINoofxploHN C, PnidExoxT."
7011 YTCE PRESIDENT. one pilton 22 presume the tower will be immedi tely re- Demooracy are the only Constientional ."Thatnkwithstatiding were pet onally
v Th% oity did nobly and deserves especial Hopkifia Ill built, the old materish being mnsely avail- infatfor of Seward. yet that it would he more
Gen.)qseph Lane,. raise. Never did the Demoorney work Hilton 22 abb i..r st, r. u tr at so full, d.. -reen urest she- All IIJ = -el .ar .
On GON r cases. Aud*they secured;swgrd en A Roanarkable Case. p.r y po (6 er to a our on .t on. . e

trages. M TL k frial.1pr btvil, ear Trnfairera- .10- il US. Ja.m etpiolled. fk to w sing all bsUn Inite of 8 Egh York Tipe 16 is noq be I
ble land, the afin urlyr in terrenies." Allen * and basibi.43 erallinf of a liagerman .gs ( *Editir,-Is legeed at the voluntaif
ron as. of, e Theartes.It is a fair itd season of the f'allahan's. From his yourb, espowd 1.5 night and by no him ope an el vbrfit w OFIFF BeH fit.ide c 80sHE
Ead. .... no as qr -1,4 urb alrengaluel Amocrans::iatical neket alshearnt Hilton 3 3.( an all a..rts of weather." -let be has anade m*Inticer at at our emunics k..ave spie . a ,;e own aminars, as she how-

ress.......Durre. ,ane, or IIsea a Uncefuprmidit and Its away our ps.. Bupkine & Allen 16 asre-r kr..:ws, .=icine as -f... 0...0- a edagle and sneemissiles may us, wire e sus so be ... .0, ,, .u sue ther by coornbuling o
plee la the remove I p..I.ues 4.n. Harts Road hour, has nevertasted.medicine, has all his nwar.g up..n C.:.nwannonsI a J legal the 0,, as of 11.< Black it.:oubbeant.?
e hain TIC NMPIONA EX erned the, pere.:.nn a lu. al e....aid- MMic.# s Hilton 3($ a teeth perfect, arit enjoys, so fnr as can be grounds, but who are_ atitears as ne Lastru to what' the National ra f
Thelell n 1 rn p. rations 1. a i..g vt r y li 1. .J.:. ash th.s in.- & Allen 4 perceived by himself or othhs, the elastie John Brown and a thousand times more Washington Gity hado gy...f Mr.
Coaunnice election. The successfi l t...1111ari.r..- nro.ill illiddle Florida as far as heard from health and :fetivity of flioy. Few persons cowardly, the reflecting and influential this is ab riltwe abolition sheet.
unn. 1. I surps Are anna n Democratic majority 435 reach the age of three score of 'whom as portion of the conitunnity who are opposed aThe Nashrille l'epublican Banner the orgay
if JE are vs to 1 BRECKINRIDGE men of II.*. 0.0-1 unarigi East Florida as far as heard from much can be said, and Mr. Lopes's easo is now to the Constitutional Democracy will ux EE spo ing 11 t ee prospects
Efon. J E. MBIGHT. da is as true to t interests, and the can- Domeratic majority, 244 noticeable even in aphee sojustly celebrat- change their policy and unite in one joint .r .. . ,,, g by t
Ia 2 didates of the South, as that noble banner 679 ed for salubrity as St. Augustino. offortto beat back the hordes of Bbek on /
Hon. Syst Stats South Carolina herself, for we lthve -g Republicans who now menace our govern- p.t-ue. a
no doubt that the returns will show the Rejoicings of the DenlooraGY. We are indebted Un. TURNER, 1sight mout with destruction. We give you lirst .. racy no 9
oth o oned the reetsur triotitelloth rio sto 1 y even owhen it wavindef- onubS pm adent t a n 81 8 of w r all ,

. n C precincts of this county : by the friends ofBRECKINRID E and LANs Indian River. Fi law a no f tra@na rn, Its Editor is no do At very much pleased
ens r..uar .. 1. C ite.-n r. and the supporters of Milton, 80011' Our thanks are also due to Col. PAUL testeagainst your further persistence in this mad atMr. Bell 8 Colus in weakening the
as wadlin un. r 0 Te a Simpkins and Mickler, an impromptu toreb Aus:1u, Collector of this port, for some J @gatendingslavery,] ad a man Southeru State nd surprised at seeing
light procession apponred in the streets beautiful specimens of the same fruit 94 hering rnost rn.. ..... . .. ar. ...-r any attempt on the part of Southern men
n i a sdn a making the Ancient City vocal with mus raised at Major Russell's grovent thesuma adwanual m he r newe unemmHE to sustain such a charactor.
t li, c. RoTuns of the committee atNo. 28 d and brilliant wilifi the glare.of -10..L.ea.." lace 1EEDost, toillnow be obliged, in consistency with \fe might go on and multiply testimony
4 emed .. The ollite of the ExAMINER was honored 2 . theirApr and wett established character and thel' of this kind until the fegfriends of Job
1 f th When tne proyeeted railway to ladian patriotion, to anoonxrs: AGAIN8T YOU IN FAVOR
LORIOUS NE)VS do iv o r prob i noofit River shaH be completed we acilx receive orGAs : a AN 1 UP US NDIOURLY Bece 1 q an t oTxotu et e* ot uis
course. We are gratified to a.1.n...el.:.]g 13.0,. r .. the South of us along the coast. This is pretty conelpsive of the truth sufficient to e6nvince any man of the utter

OW LOUDLY ANTICLEER! tingr coursesy,,and to assure our Done- that Mr. seware regards Mr. >sell as a re atteness or Torin nat's chaseter upon.
Tratic fiends that on paper, having on- aGLAD'lg)SEEHur.-Weliadacallfrom Anable Inend ia st.Peaus-:..I Fe-:.. Re-- fl."*'tue i..o of-.I.iresy Thefe inef.,}e,
dear..r-si n -i-:- .rs d.,ry 10 lime pass, wr.11 Mr.(,. A. Pacuri,..f St .ku.usticewho Listen to Ane..o M.I.ngame, wh@ "' it..s. wthe well a. rh 1 think
RED AND TWEN- c..sgn. .c. suture c.:s [;LFl.ide THE RIGHTS, was the rt / rff..'-fr gi. top (gadard so .]" -'*(he titute dow-and sad we s. u

Is the BELL vb.eb enme down in IL.s naplin.can to our ownsuman. S..:Iq e.e tTe a mmen a .0. u.- .... ... .. n4.x and losers or, a wear*
City the in,4t air.:r the sk.euOR RDy rela- as Capt. G. A. PAcurr, who always pif sucky6Mr.G a v. .--em . .el. .n .1.1min as 1,,,,,,,,.,, ad',, .
is...n of the Bell ab& is e... meet Eis final promlitlyinadvance, are the real friends a gl lear in no a vas applicable to them. We address burs I
downiallua the auth of NC,1,mber? of a newspaper. Talk is talk; but when a glad to ear him stand for the truth. I to gentlemen who have an abiding..and
man puts down his name and his money, he on e as see cl ai permanent interest in the Siga, so a pt,, *
Black Republicans in Disguise- is a putron worth having. We too can say I trustthat this may be an omen of seas influence to do good or evil if applied
CrowloudlyChanteccleer! Uttor atrium. There are in our midst some who osten- with the Standard ths/Capt. PACETTI19 what may typel l ofutur)e. des owho lu ye df PREPOSO, MHi WHO hrOllndeasign do
phant clariou! The Democracy of St. cm si.bly support BELL for no other motive one of our original abscriikr-, and one too a chancedetermine, ly persuaded into the support of a man for
John's County have won a glorious, an and than because they cannot go for Lincoln who pays more than one your in advance. Listen to what Mr. Horace Greely of the the Presidency who is at heart in full
paralleled victory! We have met the ene. directly. They give as their reason for Tribune has to say in reference to the sympathy with abolitionists. We eqution *
myand touted them borse, foot and dra- opposihg Breekipridge that he is sustained come over to Breckinridge" Know nothing candidate.for the president such to investigate the antecedents of
goons. They hang their harps upon the by the sorealled Seeessionists, who are not The Hon. Francis S. Bartow, of Savan- cy, John Bell, John Bell, and to survey the positio=ss a
willows unating,- and their cracked BELL it fact Secossionists at all, but the truest nah, Ga., whose name is a tower0fstrengtil "Most certainly we should prefer an original power ofparties in this contest to .1..
has tumbled to the earth, never more to .e friends of the Union. Such men are seek- with the old line whigs of that State, has, Republican-Gov. Begard or Gov. Chase for and not evil, and to affiliate with thas .mi .
peal forth its discordant tones. o CS ing for oilice, which they would thankfully from a sense of patriotic duty, abandoned unaw--nbeu iv aidlNh Ead a dea y sustains their interests, and has the Con-
HEC ON STITUTION accept from a Black Republican President. Bt t& Everett, and taken pl Ca an at i it couse, 2 videdo're are ellpassue situation of this State, and the TInited
Their conduct and professions are an open gr sp peof chosen Presidenq will be used not to exten1 States as its guide.
book, easily read even in advance of the County, in favor of Breekinridge & Lane, slavery, but to conflue it within the States that
EQ UAL RICH T 8 Election Returns election, after which they will a ly to the The Sky brightens in.every quarter for the see tic to uphold it." "There is no man at the South who

"The Cry is Btill they Come." as o emln'is cefor their eward in cause ot1the true Democracy, and the true the ra id2t vot p iti oof roe 1 o r th N tch r pari o
roamp, and made A the rightmomeat, may indi-
Through the kindness of a gentleman What the liighteous Bay. cate him so that the clear-eyed can no longer At & EELL and EVERETT IDOC( ill
who has arrived in this City from Tallahas- BELL AND THE CATHOLICs' The Rev. Dr. P. P. Neely of the Metho- doh er a r7otewhoeve he may oe, Boston, Mr. FElliard paid: "fAere a
see, we liave been furnished with an Extra The New Orleans Courier in the.French dist Church South, and everywhere known mont, or Biosell, or Gottasser, or Bate F< man at tke South scho more deserved. to
Fly forth with the glorious news, East, from the odice of the Floridianand Jour- department of its issue of Aug. 30th., says as oneof its 4.1...-1 oud worthiestornaments ana le lio lbhe no hithertoebeen be called a Southera finan toltleNorthers
West, North, and South, thou awift nal. -"We warn you, Catholics of Louisiano and pillars, in an address delivered at Liv- Gen. cate, or JOHN BELL, orlI m 9 ?Inc Prise.uple I tha# Jo aDell."
winged bird of victory. Tell all lovers of LEON and of the United States, you Irish, Span ingston on the 37th tilt., its; ikyor of the 4 el Ilottsbor Henry \Vinter Davis, pro- At the same meeting Mr. Hilliard made
their country diatthe friends of the Union, ish, li'rench and Italian Catholics, who re- Southern Publishing House at Nashville, ry extendingp ti-cuba-ste a an q quite a finished declamation, in the course
the Constitution and thg Rights of the We learn by this at this County has gui i all larals theatre iizoe 0 sof gave utterance to the following patriotic n a al a tHy a p t his minal of which a abiding to =])Ir. Breaking.
fltatee haveachieved a massignal triumph, ofdber sr st; itime-you. G. c...=r.s. Dutch sentiments. apracticul triumph over the sham Democracy dge comp c.ndidate of the
in the ever faithful Conaty of St. John's gone for MILTox by 40 or 50 and for Ha- Sw., =0.1 Delgious, s..-ware 3...a that the "Whilst he was not a disunionish pir se, and its master, the slavery Propagand4,,is the pro-staveryand secession school, he endors-
and thaAncient Gity of Mt. Augustine. Tow 100 majority. Broken, democrat, is Upion candidsite (Bardis the sworn ena. yet "hq would get down on his knees to ), 1 .,, ,, ..1 a..L ,,,r gh a.m a ed AIr. Bell at. follows:
We rejoice at' 19 shapes,, do annah electedtotheSenate by about 50 majority, my of that liberty of conscienow and of the every no, is, the. .5,ub and beseeek him at..,uy ..t..>rd.r...=, "' On than other hand, how has it beco
the . and the entire demooratie delegation to the polislisalfights which the Constitution gives not to submit to. the Ainge-at;or, of a Ag. so, in a are n.oc. the r kking with Mr. Belit He has been all Isis
has per ade map e ouse, by an average majority of 75. u, an illconspir gain youto eprive Black R pil.lleak or to La adminue:,a. upr a non a n. a urt. -" son na. in opposition to the dominoot pilblio se
ourjoylanotforanytriumphof indivianal JEEFERSOK* cities of citizenship." "'. ..... ....m Nail.. wo rsgord as camen; resonfillwSolith. Heia a rotectioniary
candidates our own ticket, or for the de- ------ Orroslaxon lilEN IN ALABAMA FOR v.11.*ra sh .i..p I 11.4 operas?*** Go we ha a LL Santh la for free tra@I HO Wad in
feetofthecandidatesof our opponentsas ThipCounty, trueto her instinetshas HonRogerA.PryoronCooroion of a BRECKINRIDGE.-PrombMt.memberS Of " II--or.[em.evil5asI hailcyt..I.. ClifOroftheUnitedSrolesBank; theS'outh
two and eitizens. Far from it. With as rolled up majority of 223, and 3 precincts The Norfol cV e el\s thefollo the opposition party, bre-daily comic g*over r. e imira e. ,,bsq was not. 10 op seed the South Carolina
16* victory je purely one of principle. We .to hear from for Milton, and for Hilton ing paragraph concerning a speech whi'" to the support of the only candidate who on HI e re jo r jasionthe prosesset
regard the rights and well bGDg Of the 250 majority. Mr. Pryor recently made in that city liold I the principals of CODSiliRhiOnal WilliamMillwarl. AT THE BOUTH, UNLZ88 ws a ,3 TODDE$&eo deleg8Lipp ed a hygy
80nth so involved in the concur. The MADISON. aHon. Roger A. Prvor, in his Ashland. Equality among the citizens of the several susumanxjE 88TON Td(RF EM- ed to receptson of ped ions for the abol/
equalstandingofour section in the Union - Hall speech, while comMenting on the States. Among the most recent in Ala- BATES, H. INTER AVIS, JOHN AE. BOTTS, 1100 .*1 SIBieff in Line 10161.(191 OfCOftlpabig
is menseed by Black Bepublican;arn Kay The gallant democracy of this County reply ofMr.Douglas to the secessios ques. bama, are Messrs. E. L. Mclutyre, of Pike EMERSON ETHERIDGE, AND Ksxsarn RAY- El. Oppenid the anaesation of Texas lie
our seeial system nutl the safety of our havespoken onttheir sentiments as follows- tion propounded to him in Norfolk, wound county, a member of the Legislature; NE'bannot they combineto overthiowtheNulli- rarated against the reped of the Musolari
wivessed daughter are threatened. Our }filton 359, Hopkins 186; Milton's majori- ei uthe a relboy dcSantu>udh td v Gilchrist, of Lownes, aF Ilmore elector' n /ie Ts o a eeCCa a romaq anTd ud hemJ comp a
victories over the principles which would ty so far 172; Hilton 358, Allen 181, ma- the towerity to use force to prdvent the and Daniel II. Horn, Stath Senator froms make Negro slavery the dominatin interest South who spore deserves to be called a
desecrate our hearth stones, subvert our jority so far for Hilton 177, and several secession ifa Southern State or States from Coffee. of the country ? AltB NOT THESE I'HE IS. Southern inan with .Northern pr ipks
ib nies, sad el or la 4 in blooany tbt ch rre use 4 ga di r he p rt tji st 1, to t u5dfoA r a aby a rr 't6yri WE than 30 RS .155 H@W York,

of those vborated against us. But they democratic. Roger A.z solitary and alone would be the Jim Lahe and John Brown in Kansas. Edward Bates, Schuyler Colfax and John Hick- NEW YORK, $4)irember 2-1 -Jg 8 Rtle
noted ineder an error, imd we feel assured The middle district alone by this state- .Brutus to plant a da9ger in his heart This surn would buy two rifles. Possibly man, Henry M. Fuller, and Horace P. Clark. Jerstood here thitihe Union Ticket gainst
that reBection will bring them tous before ment, will in all probability, give Milton one of these rules is the one with whigh ROLL PRECISELY THE8AME.BENTIMENTS Lizicoln has been finally arra god. Th
the sixsh Noretaber to work shoulder to 500 majority. Who now doubts that tha., In Jackson Parish, Louisiana, there Lane shot poor Jenkius when he same to IN RELATIOJ('f0 'j'Ifg8)i f And shall these are to b iti Breekierid;*e Di-nrier'E eat ere
aboulder-id enpporter BRECKINRIDGE Florida will give.BRECKINRIDGE and are but two Douglas men, and one of thein hbe ir wifoh w h7dnBr ned iv EF IBM Y O TH 8. and Benry Readull for the Scare at lar
an@LANE* JANEbetweea Twenty-ftwo flundred ang 'is in jail! apprdered the Doyles-father and squ, pioN OPINIONin the netct.Natipeal Adrainis- in place of R. W. If'alworth,



Foreign News. *
By the Add*u'r P. ..n IInvre Sept., 13tl
and pha Persia fiern I.i.-erpool Sept., 15th
we haveimportantintetligence Naples was
possession of Garibaldi. 110 entered the
city with his staiT on the 8th. The king
had gone to Spain. Intensojoy was maril
tested. A provisional government was
formill. The off t uil. The fleet
y was rang
and arsend were consigned to the command
of Admiral Porsono. Victor Emanuel
has been declared King of Italy. A
tulati f the forts
capi on o was expected im-
Ancona was in a stage of siege. France,
:asthe Pope'sprotector, will withdraw her
,protection from Bardi)>ia if the latter sane-
.tions accession of Papal territory.
QAribaldi found 80,000,000,, lines in
:the Bank of Naples. a
The latest intelhynce states that the
-Gr,_ (ro., ..II line furi
.of 3 i.h:s. '
A anic prevails in"Ilorne. 4.
The King reli..i.x haserdered tr.,
',eM us ign.i..r upses ad-
Prwagia desires a perfect conciliation
h Auspia. .
a -
al.e N. V Jour .I.,; of Tues-

e reek V o n e tl C em*
itteeii(Fit ,appointedunder a reso"
unanimously agreed upon an Electoral tick-
ve, to be recommended to the unti-IAncoln
voters of the State of New York, without
distinction of party. It comprises twenty.

Itbua es1taken frona mlee J>nodu las
1 kin so etna es t en from to
ge y
dan, f rt an oero I in t

ea. . 1, y -
.ai6 thcee Breckinridge men noton any oth'
.er ticket, vis: Win. A. Kobbe and TYm. B-
Duncan, of this eity, and A. B. Conger, of
The ticket is an excellent Kite as to the
charneter of the nominees and in other res-
pects we believe it is as good and as equi
t...ble as careamstances permitted. Un.
La ,:-dly, e..n the score ofdnumbers, the
itari :s- men are eD to more thall
seven electors, if the Bell nuin are entitled
to ten; but it must be fernembered that ten
were conceded to the Bell men before it
was known that thw13rockinridge men
would com in. This number beir fixed
the only remaining questioh is, whether
the Douglas men are rot as well entitled to
10 as the Breekinrxdge men are to 7. We
ary nist as ..* but they are. .11 v.r.) TRf we
Is:*<-< e... J. ubt that the think the
y y are.-
flut whether they are, or not, is a matter
of little importsuce in itself, since the great

sop us, r the dits.1sdas. l., =, of the
popular vote.
If New its M electoral vote
for Lincolu, it is certain that be will be
elected by tpy people; whieb is equivalent

utlie featTd alltieopp is at plilddotes.
yifen to eitTeco be posing earididst se
oris divided betwecu them, no matter in
what proportions. then it is certain that

L 10 a i e ai hthtethPee
nof President will devolve u on the
use of Re estate v ca di antesb e

Droul La .<, does not in the least degree
depend upon the number of electoral votes
they respectively received, but n on their
strength among the members of tpist body-
And although the number of electoral Votes
does determine which three of the four

}9 i 1 cl u n id 1180 e
any fear that his candidate will be exclude
ed whether I e'1 e s oo(n p e

po ta e Bree i gedvhdo re.

The Mozart Hall Democracy last even-
ag >used resolutions cordially endorsing

on ex h do we 6 et itt
have as yet formally endorsed it, we have
great hopes that on sober, sooond thought,
a majority of each Committee will give itL

e mi t have afated that the place of
Elector as Jarge was at first offered to the
IIon.James T. Brady, the Breckinridge
Adidatefor Governor, but was declined.

Hon. Wm. I..Yanoey Washington.

do TyN OPA8 E mb@ II eptcmd.ap
,An immense and enthusias to crowd, head.
ad by the "Marine Band," serenaded him
his.evening. In response to frequenecalls,
TANCEV appeared and made a hand-
some reply. He spoke most eloquently,

iid e ocaejd (Uspan in oth ioof
was in the hands of the Northern anti-Lin,
ednites, who could prevent disunion by a
fusion for Lincoln's defeat. Mr. YANCEY
- concluded by saying that if ihe Northern
sectional ma' 'ty dis rded tl heck
Jort rega to
and limitations of the Constitution, South-
em freemen would plant the banner of
equality upon the mountains of Georgia
and entrench themselves in a Southern
Confederse but he h ed th
y) op at a timely
OD WORid avert SECh dire evils. .
IIgh. Col Steptoe, of the United States
Army, as lysog dangerously ill of paralysis
Lynobbitrg, Ya .

NE W 8 C11 EDULE .
Northern Mail closes Saturdays at 9 P. M.
and Thursdays at 11 A. M.,
Southern Mail closes on Saturdays and Thurs-
days at 8 A. M.
Northern Mail is due on Thursdays and Sat-
urdays by 12 P. M
Southern Mailis due on Friday at 12 M. and
Sunday the oilice will be open for delivery
from 7 to 9 A. M.
OFFICE HOURS From 9 to 12 and 8 to 5.
Prospectus of the Daily and Weekly
gross of our city front this date, and such
is the increased interest manifested amon,
our business men for the establishment
a daily paper in this city, that we fmd it

absdedutely necessary to commenReethe pub
MikTII, SEPTEMBER. It will always
zealously, but respectfully, co-operate with
the Denmeracy of Florida in maintaining
the prmexples of the party withinitalimits.
All Statointerests and whatever will add
to the prosperity of our young and growi
State will receive due attention. n
1110 IDibrests ##Our beautiful and grow-
ing eity will be looked after wilb eonathat
Let it E., dial rectly undersib I thaL the

r r

purity for the family circle. Particular
attentionwillbegiventosualier nodable
occurring in Alabama and i-lon 2:
EELLY do 2 50
Postmastersthroughout the United States
acting as our Agents, will receive a com.
mission of 20 per cent on all money trans.
mitted tous.

Pensacola, AuMARZ NI & JONES.

The Persian Fever Charm *
For the prevention and cure of Fever and
Ague and Bilious Fevers. This wonderful re-
usedy was broughttothe knowledge of the pre-
traveler in Persia and the Holy Land.

pe e dgo ug ow rdup m a-
On discovering his condition, one of the Boat-
men took from his person an Amulet saying,
"lYearthis and no Fever will touch you." Al-
thoughincredulonsastoitsvirtues; he complied,
always found itan effectual protection from all
malarious complaints
Onfurther investigation he found thfat the
boatman attributedtoitmiraculouspowersand
sAid that it could only be obtained from also
Priests of-the Sun. Somwitime Triterwards, was.-
gentlemanin conversing.with a Priest obtained
fromhimthesecret ofits preparation, and as-
certained wherethemedicinalherbswevefound,
of which it was compounded. The wonderful
,' / n tr n ethae {ua -
ghice his return to America, it hasheeft triid
with the happiest eFed by lieveral Ladies and
Gentlemen of high character, who have given
at the most unqualified praise. This remedy
having been a specilloin Perstafor hundredsof

0 \'g athe prevenstrear ies o o d
to the American eby email, piepaid, with full
directions for use, on receipt of one dollar.
StPr cipal De ot and ManufacetorB k88 qllain
merce Building, New Yo A & CO.
Jul 141880. 1
7 7' ,

LL'.1-rear-c asf

to, G ) e 0
n ... ....a Is.
n,.e .. .. .. 1...2, .1 .. ...or attainments
an1 I ,; .... ... ...,,:..4, ..r., and has had
much experience the young, having
been Teacher of Mat)xematics and of the Latin
audFrenchlangungesin theFemale College at
Greenspore Georgia, and in the Judson Insti-
tute, at Marion, Alabama. Previous to this, she
way)fjn e y an cirM an.,
Miss Wright sketehes readily from nature, and,
in addition to the ordinary studies and the kn-
""".. win win ine rn,.nmi in UKawing, in

,,, p,,, 4,wato r colo sM s
Wrighttoallthepationsoftheschool, assfinish-
ed teacher, and an accomplished lady; and she
11 mha t 2 a at xzeducediiont
supportof herpatro a in every part of the
coun ry.8, 1860. tf.


LL (qrsonsha ing any cl ims or demands
.. tai ... isI < *
is it. .up., .3,. ,,s...L no ro., --
rint rh-- m. milarra vme yes** real them.
.. meldth a bre me m.--J be make
ut*. e. Execurras.


ceas d are requested to Make immediate pay-
Imae oclai a tdn ts islAns stall persons
quired to present the same duly authenticated
thin two years, orthas notice wdlbe plead 2n
en payin INA A,. LEOTARDY,
St. Augustine, July28 ISoo. sw.

PPLICATION will be n ade to the next .
General Assembly of Florida, for a char-
f or of a Company tomfacilitate the Exporting
to and Importing from Foreign countries, under
thouame of the Southern Export and Import
July 28, 1800.


LL persons indebted to the Estateof James
A Rh, deceitsed are requested to make im.
mediate payment to the uudersigned. And all
personshavingclaims against the said estate
are req.,,,. 1,.. ,.. .,,. .. same within two
years, oe plead in bar of
their payment.
JOSEPH O. FERREIRA Administrator
July 7-18(10. Sw

InlamI Route
Picolate, Jacksoaville and all Laudings
on the Rivers Fernaudin.- Fla. Su-
vannah Ga. Bl< d Be
efton an au
fort 8. O.

y "

Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
CircuitCourtfor the counties of Volusiand
Brevardinthe Eastern Circuit of Florida andto
medirectelanadeuvendint oror1 ini.m B.
rev an unidandnwil exnsefort le atEISou n

of Aprifl859, at the usual hour of sale the fol-
lowing desdkibed land, to wit:-An undivided
its clouce LecrT$ 2 th ITirl11und ed ad
tamgrantotlandoontammgle,000 acreamore
or in said Brevard county granted to Samuel
nteo8 h ne .u 1818 and canarm-
The above sale is postponed until the Ist
Monday in May.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Ionds in Jun le is postponed until the first
Monday in July.
The above sale is postponed until the first
0: b 1 shProstpothed until the first
The above sales postponed until the first
1 one bion a ned until the first

Mon st d e
monday in January next.
The above sale is postponed until the fast
oth a v toned until the first
The above sale is postponed until the April next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Iea e31 a postponed until the first
The above sale is postponed until the fast
The above sale is postponed untit the first
Mondarin Augitatnext.
M dea on7salequilaeposs2oned until the first
y Th a ove sale is postponed until the 11Fat
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday m Novemberne .m.B. DAVIS,.
Acting, Sheriff Brevard County.
March 5th-1859.


THE two Story Stone house
with lot and kitchen ?
St. George Street, o p....1
by Wm. REYES, to whom application may be
made or at this office nearly opposite.
April. 28,-1 tf.
4 r 4
017 Y TAX ES.
will attend at the City Hall to the collection
of eity Taxes for the year 1880. Hours be.
twean 10 o'elook and 12 A. M. Those persons

oed yote a a nReetu2sb1nu sxe .on
City Marshal.
August 25 1860.


Will leave Palatka every Monday night at 12
o'clWiklles Picolataevery Tuesday nightat 2
at 8 ill e 7401 sonville every Tuesday night
Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday night at

o 11 I are avaunah every Wednesday night

AWHlleaveChat e oUR CNSaturday9o'clock
At Palatica Fla. Monday Evenings

Sept. 1, 1800. TEASDALE REID

INSEED OIL White Lead, Turpentine

t ,in arosintG uk admeLe b 1mgeC us
Re Prussian Blue, Paine BrushesE. CARR

PADLD 'S pr medhGlue, for im diate

Lemon, Vanilla, Orange, Raspberry, Straw ers
',Almon & es also Paregoric, Elaxtr of Opium
derePOongre leant rB som sltSeid ol'
Senna, Gumarabic, Mace, Cloves, Cassia.
Sept. 15. B. E. CARR.

gyARRANTED White Extra for Family use
Y V Selected for family Pastry BSking &0-
on y 5 bl1s. Remaining. B. E. ARR*
ept 22-1800*

8 OR *
For Sale at B. E. CARR'8,
. .Sept. 22-1860.

-rUST Received a lot of Choice ack, Old
(f Hyson, Yong do,.rery Superior..
Sept. 22, 1860. B. E CARR,

Floridians Read.
The Salem Guate:-a strong Lincol?
Black Republican paper-anys:
"We shall hail, with especialsatisfaction,
a rydn cation d tore Atlistrength fo
States. Although, poi*haps, notso intended
by those who lead in advocating the ticket
to which we have alluded, these indications
are clourly for the ultimate benefit of the
,Republican o tion,,
The Newburyport Herald-another pa-
per of the same ilk-says:
"If Doughs had desired most of all to
defeat the Republicans, he would have
confined his labors to the free States; but-in
going South he answers another good. pur.
pose; he defeats the Debiocratio party, not
only in.the national, but in the local elec-
to Is."
Goon Nas.-Tho New Jersey Demo-
crats have dubbedthe Douglas faction 18
that State "He Lincoln Aid Hociety."

or.3,, It is a notayle fact, that almost all
'..f 11.3 leading supporters' of Mr. Douglas
so U..s .5,arl., repudiate has pl..rru.... la th. *: se in 141.. s..un war. th..
ular..I.s body GI' lus 1....0.6.

AN...mi.a h.L) '*.It itEC[.JNDS r.
.Jobs. Chsto, or Come, c.rse .:.1 the Dell and
41ilverrit shocore. for latennia, had dedra.:4
th,, bran.3r.

ANSTH6 DWIGLAS Ermoron one ron
las elector for Tallapoora county, declines
to serve in that enpacity, and says he shall
support Breckiaridge arid Lane.

HAT DOES IT 111EAN T-gre learn tilDE
the Bell men are circulating sanesort of a
written pledge among the shaky. ones of
that stripo. Wherever they suspect a
follow a li lblto bolntn he eik 6, thdaytl e

they think they have him. But when they
code to understand the record of Bell and
Everett properly, a four-fold cord cannot
blud them to them. TYon't somebody
furmsh us with a espy of the "pledge ?"
[Bienville Banner,
inn, The Philadelphia Penn leanical
stat sdi on an onlkedi, a hmlit%, t tst

of the Supreme Bench of the United States
who pronounced the opinion in the Dred
Scott case, denounces Dodglas' squatter
sovereignty doctrine as the worst heres .
. I'
The Chief Justice will -support Breckin-
ridge and .Lane.-Tl... 0 ... . .i- leave
plantedihemselves on, rr..: e.'... 5 -1. r.... of
the country, and have the eplorsement. of
the hierb olitical ty *
lon. es "A P addlot lu the

4GP Bishon Wood laid the corner-stone
of St. Paul's Catholic) church at Read-
ing, Pa. on Sundaylnst. .
11][ It is stated the there are a ntillion
six hundred thousand Protestants in France.
At tlic United States Mint, in Philadel-
phia, three in 11 f old dd!
being ruelted ud -co edintoad jj

e t 00' to t at effect

been appointed Consul of Spain at P ila-

eo ed ; AO, as a the at to
solutions at Okarleston and adopted by the Na-
tional Democratic convenuon at maimore.

De a r eC I noat I oapH e
the following explanatory resolutions:
y;rst, That the government of a Territory
organ 011 tr 2 1 1 ios et xisse I t
na Us stil r rthav an equ.elrisight

d I oi sea ofl ebyon nx pro
at critori In deep t entsthe Federal

when necessary, the rights of persons and pro-
C it eand herever elso its

he i anT te I nI ,in RTerrrstory
Constitution, therightofoovereignty commences
and, being consuinmated by admission into the
Union, the standn an equal footing with the

11an n, dl erti st i n oli e
cognites the institutionot slavery
Resolved. are in
favor ofthesequisition.of the island afCubson
suchtbrms as shall be honorable-to ourselves
a1no ist. to Spain; at the earliest practicable

let d I cof take egi
fugitive slave law, are hostile in character, sub-
yerts ierof Like Constitution, and revolutionary
Resolved, That the Democracy of the United
SI ox 2a Pa1sot t enpem 2iz i
afa sM i (s,8nhMhersetuhonmior in -
born citizens.
Whereas, One of the greatest necessities of
the ago, in a political, cotuntercial, postal and
nailitary point of view, is a speedy communica-
etween the Pacitle and Atlantic coasts;
therefore be it.
Resolved, That the National democratic party
do hereby pledge themselvettause every means
in their power to secure the passage of some
bill, to the extent of the constitutional authori-
ty of congress, for the construction of a racise
railroad from the Mississippi riverto the Paci-
fic ocean, at the earliest prqcricable moment.

A man who had been married twice to
ladies both named Catharine, advised his .
fj-' 4 t ta2t .
sea s gains ing dupli Kates.


887RRY TRylOr,
(Formly H. ? DEGRAAry)
No. SYBOWERY.New York,
This establishment issixstoriesinheightand
makingit one of the "
in theUnitedStates.
to Isey ne prepared to offer great inducements;
Their Stocliesidel it n, for cash or-4'ime.-
Rosewood, pa
M altogany,
and Walnut

tieA CAKE and.Woon Sara sol sTd/
large stock; ENAMELED span FuMIT r,
I sets, from $22 to 8100.
Jenny Lind and Extension Post
5 feet wide, especially for the Southerit'leggy
Their facilities for manufacturing dery com-
Pi ESE.NTED -%iA - a
No Goods detailed on Tiroe
March10-1800 Sm.

or user.menous ro mm IIsraus Fam..r *
Ital-sco.a*uor on.Islan!:-LE.ruins."

RF -
IV / ; a

'"Costaq's" RatRosch,&a.Extermina.
rar. 1
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.

")Oe ar's" Electrio Powder, fbr In
Rats-Rohdites-Mice-Moles-Ground Mine-
Bed Engs-Ants---Moth Hosquitoes-Pleas
----Insects on Plants, PowlsAmmals, &+., Ag.-
in short, everyform and speciesof

10Years established in New York City-used
by the the City Post-Oflice-the City' Prisons
and Station IIQuse-the City Sted! ShipsL
&e.-the City Hotels, "Astor,'' "St. Nicholand'.
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private fami-
gigP" Druggists and Retailers everywhere set
g@P' Wholesale Agents in all the large on-us
and. Towns.
agr* ! BEWARE! II Of sparious ImitatioxP.
gli$** Addressorders---orfor Cipplar to Dja-
lers"to: As

1 Y. 0 :
11 9 BY E CARR.
May J let J. Sm, a


am now prepared to offer to my old friends
mostosp adtdn to ( R hd 1 t
goodsaTrery lowpril:es for cash or city
acceptance at sixty and nmetydofe credit with
si eda ed Ot ee my e unt
promptly attended to with great CAre and atten
tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser
Mydeo ntry friends may rely upon it if they
",en p 4 deres Ar d g dse it intbe
tire satisfaction to the purchaser. Alfamounts
purchased at this house over twenty dolly
ill bhe a 4 the ers nt.o o

consisting a en hbr adOCIOth De as -
me C t a

.grey Blankets, negro Ulankete, English Men-
al i 8 LaB Nm is UK oa8 ee
eeriinou a ,noFu I English Carnbries, Red and b .. Imparts
N T. Ns.Lis.*N

MARIE E GUID eing a tivatehin-
,t. ...t-s marrk.1, t...11. D e and I..m.Lia, no
,-.,, .t..tag centerhanglinephysiologyare.1rela-
do., of war sexut.J e.,c-a-am, and the producism.a
.r presupon or looking all she
, ,Mg,,.,0e gidenb.n dh.)P '

r {te j b nant ht e fr e .st
reader, and is illustrated ith numerous En
r na latia agm t oil I
impediment to ine ed life, should read this
book. Itdiscloses secrets that everyoileshould
be acquainted with; still it is is 12ook that must

I apn n uA
dress Di. It 11 1 Fist,. 410 8PR di St.
above s... <-..0.0 01..<. ra.
No matter wha may be your disease, befpro
you place yourself under the care of any one
of the notorious QUAOKS-native or foreign-
who advertise in this or any other paper, ges
a copy of either ofDr. Young's Books and read
it carefully. It willbothetoesusatsaving yes
many a dollar, your health, chd possibly your
DR. YOUNG on oe cousalted on any of the
.diseases described in his publications, at, his
Office, No. 416 Spruce Street, aboveFourgh.
August 25, 18tio. p tf
IGS Ustes Gum Drops Roolc'Candy, to. So
Apri! 7 -1880,

-; -
OTICE fa herygiven that an Election for
PRESIDENT of the United States, will be held
atthe usual precincts in the several counties of
thisState, on TUE8DAY, the 6th dayof Novem-
her proximo. The ieturns thereof to be can-
vassed andforwardedtotheSecretary of State
in the manner prescribed by law for the canvass
and returns of electionkr a Representative to
.:- The number of Electors tobechonen
In Testimony Whereof, I have heroto set
my hand and caused to be affixed
[L. S.] theGrettSealoftheStateofFlorida.
la he aspit d t me
ber. A. D., 1860.
By the Governor-Attest:Governor of Florida.
F. L. VITLEPlan,

Sept. 15, 1860. Secretary of State.



T seats pr pr. p r of

T es Med cu 1 go a
heessfurn heddblhnej i"ityta imumentmwea
milddelicioushererage. Itiscalculatedtodo
away with the vile drugged stuif that is palmed
ordonshe coint ut ,j(Tidi | II. nCj
beneath, he has received a Diploma from the
tional test n on imm .11A 8Na oBos~


nirTVe havel val a sl ?
that it contains none of the.Poisonous Substance
known as Fusil Oil, which is the enaracteristic
and injurious ingredient of the whiskeys m
gelleral use.
Analytical Chemists.
New York, Sept. 3rd, 1838.
I have analyzed a sample of Chesnut Grove
Whiskey, receivedfrom Mr. Clyarles -W.harton,
Jr., of Philadelphia, and having carefully tested

onnapmipleasedto stateetheit it isu al2s.
is an unusually pure and flue flavored quality of
Analytical Chennst,
T h*tre madea chemical analysis of commer.
cial samples of Chesnut Grove Whiskey, which.
proves tobe freefromthe heavy Fusil Oils, and
perfectly pure and unadulterated. The fme
fl trar of this Whiskey is derived from the Grain,
used in manufactixring it. FRespectfully.
A. A. HAYES, M. 11., State Assayer,
No:16, Boy1ston Street. -
IRr Sale by C. WHARTON. Jr.
Sale 1*....... .. 1:-c.T
gWqut St, Parlia.2elpain.

Health and Happiness Seemed I
YOUNG MEN who are suffering from the ef-
ects ofself-abuse, can be surelyandpermanen-
ly restored by using .|
The CORCOBirated CHre !

And has long been known E Y

ha5 aP5 i rr sto

Thispreparationis nota STIMULENT, but
The affleted are invited to try it.

hoSud fans cialulu firstmn1dlitcnefully, and
Canbesentbymail. Onevialwilllastsmonth.

1Vo. S RE
For Hale by Druggist Eve where.
^ A valuable Medical Treatise on disease and
weakness of the SEXUAL ORGANS, by
For Be laTvD TO THE PEj Cents.
"Juldbebma by everybody. ly.

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, thathe is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him with. He has-
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, blackDae
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
Ties, &c.
m All rders executed in the best style of work-
... .
MAPLE SUGAR.-ZJust received.
a August 18. - II, E. CARB,

'ijiss Mla.ther's Schnool.J PROOQDLAMlATL'ION.




Af 1 t 1 0 a 01N O 7, ,,, 90gf&RY 'I'R)'IOF,
aoorstre. ta, se. resorease. (sormly H. P amazar,)
The Stereasoo5ep is the mois nain fe, a go. STROWERY.Raw York.e
of me on inventions. This establishment is six stories hlacight, as 4
la loCenntooyoungunodnue odold so 66o 43 42feetti sughtoNo,65Christiestree,
ledge its worth and beauty.
and w me is compete wit t is, and it must LARGEST PURNITURE ROUSES
wo@ pm to vi w vey partPof the a it Mr great indue t ;
andtsharyness of detail, as if you were on the Their Stock consists, in part, of
hotogra hers are Overywhere explorint ROAewood,
Erun As ,eAhk fuAmwi e e 't
skill are coastantly enriching our stock. and Wahat
of e xeas n a da pe es PARLOR AWD OSIARB R FURw
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland, NITITRE.
britzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
FOBlainbleau, TaiBeries. Italy. Turkeys Egypt. Also, CAxw and Woop work, all quails,, rhe Land. Clar... i..a.a. tryearal ties. Haza, has and Sent> annesses, a

rect on these 4 now, as most remark* 6 feet elde. especially for lbe Sep Td.
abLe.ery gentleman of wealit and reined arnate e'Fheir faudities for manufawnfaig defy son..
abould haue I lion dramang room some of our agF*RL WORj( 00 EED AS RW)
nor vie or g 8 Lil gale PRESENTED.**Sil d 1 -
o g t e jc. e ni r e an xr MarNho Go da Retailed on Thoo.8m.
rescue and the beautiful.

rap d may

value, for to the beautiesi of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro- "COstar's
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and "Costar's" RatBoach,&e.Extermina.
Paria large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous tor.
Views of American life and scenery. "Costar's"
StAmong th hin oweha juneinth s d "Costar'a" Bed-bug Exterminator.
e sea 4 e es on ni ' Eleet 0 Powder, for In-

fr d e ipri sects, &DESTROYS TNSTANTLY

: h I
E ( alone, (without instrument) can be 6 short, every m and speciesof .

re e th I advised of every9thi
send us their names to place on record, and we
will keep them posted at our own expense. 10 Years established in New York Ciry-usedA
Men of leisure will find Photography a most by the the City Post-0flice-the City Prisons
fis*CI & Ingeand delightful atnusemeneverWe e and Station House-the City Steamers, Ships,
necessary for thdir success together with in &c.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholas," 4
structiona "How to take8tereescopic Pictures." &c.-and by more than 20,000 J-these taptia
Importer and Maqufacturer of Photographic $iii?' braggists and R ilers everywhere sell
3'werials, 8tereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views. them. r
ag-Merchants fiom every spouon of the
country.aye respectfuny invoked to make an ex- SS- Whttped Agents ig .H do brp C e
amination of our stGek, as our discount to the and Towns. fe
sq co graphers.-Firstchess Mi) BEWARE!!! Of Sprious itnitatioRsT
"i"r ?"I':"L:117:".'inted, with price id e so ee fo re to Res- .4
of Negatives loratto
Mar. 3. 4m. IIENRY 8, COBTAR, Passorsy Daror,
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF 612Bnomerar,(Oppose .Wel.elaElsaul;)
GOLDP E15 CIES son at so v,, can.
May 19-1860. Sun
6 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8!



OR 0

a I

IB Tant

wanour oss or has


trrra lan Taovm




UK dp &&81 inf negati
prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him with. He has
8 1 0 s e ohr
$ p, and Fancy Caesimers, Veetings, Neck

m shirders executed in the best style of work-


AS on 14nd every leadthg Brand of the day
Give him analland examinefor yourselves
Dec. 5.

800 ores4t1uatedabonet iles#omSt.
navigation. This tract is head @
ered with Live Oak fit for ship building, an
is to thedult tio11o8foaN corroe of\t

a d about 17 m.les south of St. Augustine
pace gall@ Fish's. For further particular.
gougustine, July 14, 6

HatS 4 Caps,
FM PA as as our.
e spare change hke a
medeileesshowmane ifat I e
can an >rd it, and every body must know all
about the various kinds of Kate in order to
0 usqq knowingly such a variety, ]ivery tbxyg
kom a stove-pape downto a cheese, walh Broad
B Ins, Short Brims, Round Brims and to
n st ail, Beaver Casimer Plush and relva t
liy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaung
ly Sw, nHead Ventil Regulate
h pday down to tTat of h an so
all syn sl pt in his hat. So hurrTah r aOte

T ESBLSPas, or, k. e.

B* E. CdRRE,


188 JSpeptic
lieu edy has the lar**

geS 8 8 O RH[ me*
dicine in the world.
I 0 0,000 packages
SOld in Geo ia and
BO Hill CRPOlinR in
fourteen months. It
is warranted to

cure, if direction
are 10 OWed, RIlf
ORSe of Dyspepsia,

Debilit Pal it

y, p a-
GOII, ChrOllic Diar*
DepreSSed Spirits,
.LOSS Of Appetite,

Pain in the Side and
Back. It is special.
Ifda ted t Fe-
p O
BlklQ OOmplaints; it

ity ()f FOFIR ill FO"
IRales of a Thin and

8pare Habit*
5very invalid
should try one
Package A
808 rottlWsy, NOW YOSIC*
for & &#. IS sgusthe by
), @, (Agg
AprQ .
lar variety of T*Pqor theTlf I it .

(EsTABLIsaED 18 ,)
nt edhtdri attade great ove-
now easelea-entrar is to sa. leases

gal totto io ub ines at a nTo e fu
hotoma loalso s'sbynd so e

.Ro ed a by Mail or
8, AgoutS'
98 Feu1 dbreet, N, Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at thq Man-
ufacturers' Prices, Of all the New York Whole-
sale Druggistry Grocers, Campbene and Burns
Ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealersin Lamps.
N. .-KEROSENE is rise trade-

8ark of thecal du a nT st a
t le e-mark for other oils. 8m

1 8 8 e. .










Jan. 7*








(6LOARS. 4
' BRooms,

a a
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO 53.00.
AHER Tween is a Mn fe kn3 n
2. :1"" s"".'","o ?"i':'s:F::," "

(1 (1 "i
but a fair and legitimate sale, in which e
purchaser gets the value of his or her moneyin

gify, j? 'b 10 PE1Nh3
for the saineprice; and in addition to the pur-
chase, each person receives a Premium of Jew-
1 y le s is vt ue a $ and K ma worth
ws................s..w entre.-

"diti;T' .".,$it'." si
and Pen, or Locket, and we will make their
selection, andinformthembyreturn mail what
Premium they are entitled to. Thy can then
it;;,;" '""*=******** *"'"7
Our plan, from long exposiegge in the above s.=.vaname..a........s
purchaser can sell or trade the above articles
for all they cost him, and retain the Premium
disowever, any person should feel d sposed
[o send he money in advance, they eaq
'Aga b ngprae8viM p a d2
Any person sending us 525 for our goods will
ni Mr oil arenanarremium, or Look-
A yd say Premiums are artiplessuitable for
LadiTand Gentlemen, such at .
Gentlemen's Gold and silver Watok
es, Gold Veist and Guard Chains,
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold
watea nov.,
Go lP Larf Puide pn stan with settintSB
7014 LADIES,
E ""0 aura symp. ppy m
and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve
Buttons Goldselt Slides Gog Rings, &c. &0.
Also, Pianos, Melodeons, Musical Boxes, Ao-
cordeons, &c. &0.
Unexceptionable references given whenever
N. B.-In sendi pr names, write the
State, County and towPplainly, so as to avoid
letters being use led.ANGI.B & CO.,

7 am now prepared to offer to my old frienta 4
1 of this Ancient city and St. Johns county a
most splendid assortment, of fall and winter d y
goods ne ow a ce jeo ad ad ty
MM'...... doz .

"i3sa ds80 0 t ea
send me orders for dry goods that they will le
put up riqh gre&care and attention to give e .

le ht h purda d1a3n s
go to here a list of a few of my large -
consisting of French broad Cloth, Doe skin a
"'" a '"'wesors.,at.Y.:::s".ddie C

E: 11(:T:$11*,:jKn a eg
Merino under Shirts, Faney Cloaks, Mournis
Delains, Gents Merino halfJlose, French sa.
.English Cambries, Red and White Plannels.

ARRIAGE GUIDE-Being a private is -
structor for married persons or those
muss.I loben.rarried, bota male read lemak..
everydling concealing rhe phyalology and rs.I.
Isons 01 Our redual system, and line producil a
nre Usnunie are an nainal g nu
glish language, b FM. TQU D. This
r J a va sin#@ rei 6 ke5 r
readerand us: v. enny th
coni.em auag anarriage, agd naring the lead
impediment to married life, hould read this
book. .Itdisdloses secrets the we oneshiik d
1 n t i an esnud
will be sent to any one on theleoeipt of twent. *.
sy.ants, i seeir. a .
dress DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 BPRUCE 8
Nomatterwhatmay be your disease, before
you place yourself under the care or any one
th!"""l.neq co-nacip er forman-;
a copy of either of Dr. rYo g's Borok 2read
it carefully. It willbethemeansetsaving you
many a dollar, your Jaeakh, and possibly four
DR. YOUNG oan oe goneq}tCclon agy of the
diseasesdgacribed if his pu lioationd, at his
OOice, No. 416 Spruce Street, aboveFourrh.
August 26, 1860. St.
IGS Dates qum ]}rqgs (toqk C nd ke
April 7 1850,



Health and Happiness Secured I
YOUNG MEN who are snifering from the ef-
use as be surelyandpermanea-


sima roa w'"'
And n am orng
That would surely sad permanently restore to
aNatteral8 to Bbealth and Vigo persons

usagesespisinru tqit.
thenyouvill senS for the medicine.
deabo sent byloail. Onevialwn lastamonth*
ll@* S No T.
FM M ha"
A rdluable Medied Treatise on disease sad
F dSaleessakve. Pricol2Centp.
Septeapber 1, 1860. ly,
0 AS 5 DA PI T A1,,

***0**** *

This Compaq Insures Bilgin Merchan
ise, Ships, ansftlieir Car oes, in94tt, House
hold furniture, sh4 rsonal Property
generallyagainstLoss ol Diagnage by fare
M. JAFFARY, Secretary.
Agent, 86. Augustine.

April 14-1860.

reassess synaW SAT EDAY

St. Arggestine, St. Joha's Co.,f lat.,

"ili.MEETS Wi 6 iliterted on Ch0
M. 'E
Os liollar 48 4 of el
tes h subsequen i sytion*
rty advertisers 11 be la it at
contracted for. on
stating defini the nature of the
tobe advertise Any advertisement

fortud. nd charge{1,. ehdrged for all an-
date. for whosi, in ad-
ag when they ozaeed siz
t, Warget ter st ausert an-
Unotrac advaninements payable q
dwaraquamerst,. Irous strangers as

Metace so Debtors see Credic
agglan.esson for mammissal ash alarni 0 01J
trahar * * " '
gg* All b E. for Job Priratthg, Its had
go the deliver of he art .

on i
o a eae

.; a
a 2
Mail ioT or y riday until the
B. T. PAINE, Tecoi Fla.
10 I
YORK 749


PR1 0 FOR'{ES.
. ** S. $880 $888-
Formerly bois& dinadDubole<

ayemome' hi the "Bible Housen
cor, eats street 4 4qa Avenne,-
elatelasanna .eoso an
as. s.--.a., a for a avester, softy desequenor
war am.

Chclel 600(IS.

a 0
r 7 tb va b ed only k
hannUtrousaty a dfr as am
Apamptatthe especial and peeuntary laterest at al
for salein St. Aegurthss ly
^,rn aw-1880*

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