Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
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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 13, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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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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ST. AUGUSTHINE, ST.JOHPEIN'S COUNTRY, FLOR~PIDA, SATBURDA)'Y, ODCTlB~ER1S,1800.


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d Who are the Druses ? mqral laws, they would not be dreaded and LETIT S]ii R
f The terrible war of extermination which as crucin people, for murder, theft covetous- Th rk Jour Bassof Tens essee, he oppo on
e the Druses of Syria htive intoly been wag. ness, and cruelty are prohibited as special ote oer Presidentof al to
- ing against the (1... nal.s of tant country, crimes, and chastity, honesty: meekness, Congress, and the he was the
very naturally exeites the inquiry, ''Who and mercy are regarded as high virtues- 68 4 sedmn.
. are the Druses ?" To this question the so high, unfortunately, ihat the present ject was brought bptore Congress, Jona Brs.
f New Yolk Rooning Post gives the follow. Run- .. r..i ..I can not reash thery.- ode 8dwa on an ide with bn Quinoy
ing answer, wh ch will no doubt be instruc- The men have bnt one wife eitch, the form istli. iddings. abolition
- tive and interesuhg to our readers in more of governient is patriartshal, different La if he rendered. that Joax Bat.r. wated
respects than one: 4 trit..:4 hivingsix Sheik, and agriculture is fa repeat on an a ions restriction.p.
"They ar- prius..ipilly a s.:. ...f thefe ene mil, attendM to No marring s are na use bases-Nebraska bi t

resale is demed fr...au lurial at Du *I. wh., Druse .0 se... I.:r.ad..ely r> II.e.r rel.zion enero*onaleque or or as..asianon w
.8 early as 1019 any asa ru asicasry to idisi r .111 rise ania popul.dian is an poinj F ed j .Is Bar.I. yeted *




, whose use th y b=aran] do not hosalare n sway 1 m.Fd lifC.I la p. -1 is IA.S. Jb
. so a ja'"r .ne, en. npon r .per p4. pl a wr re doan1g these ER as or notedaywmas

.1 tr ..e 11.0 va 411 sar .*2 a I v. .*li .;rs sil due adall-.**I I **(-..il. ss*[.. r .3pa ,
, r-:. If mass, a wind nt.; I.us ic, st..> n, a ......rp ,,-3. r.1-ar;, .mill .7 g..;-ar .ural-r Le.->. .s Consumlion.w.auld a
l*.11.ip.:rsuade:.1(1 luxu, e.'.l.ple..I]';ypr. Clum..an...a -2.... of thus wrainer pay, s// trcj ** & .>4.1 **plam' Couatim-
to declare houself a mantrastation of God. that therr a m:a-, ol, noranesy was at Leeithe remembered, that Jonar Bares ha re-
- Although the Caliph was soon assassinated, without a just foundation. Aly, wi in 5 cola for immonaced
IIamsacontinuedto propagate hischeory thao many features in their own THE BLACK REPUBLICANS savP
in Syria, and with one of his followers, approximating to the Christian religion, xt Union.
310ktana Bohreddin, wrote a sacred book appeqrs somewhat strange that the Druses Let itberemembered, that Jonar Bass han da-
embodying his teachings. According to should manifest such ficudish barbarity as ban nknog tedtby commit into
lxis intentions only the Druse priesthood they have recently done. But to them, position party ofalabants, as to whether heis
were too s eithis vdwn rmd no rdvela ioon es o It i ast a or li 1 rte uls a e g ok

thkens, who was to appear on the earth In the ceremonies of the Greek and IT". Let take remembered, that Jospr Bass was
"gRill With his 108900? 11aIUSD, this being, nian churches they perceive what they own n adlyPs a use an to f the
probably, an idea suggested by Christian think to be a worship of more than one Let it berensembered, that the platform of the
God; they do not comprehend the relations party which nominated Joax Bar.e. is, as far as
dogmas. This secrecy about the aftered of the three persons in the Trinity, and it goes, identicalsoilk that of the Black Repub
striding of Himsa was not, however, ob- espe idly fail to understand the interpreta- 1 spr adage fosustainth onstissuio t


}'led n so h sk r tl h s6 us e
atiGtD, Leyden, and the Bodican IZbrary, present these features, would probably me notorious abolitionist and foul-mouthe
at Oxford. I has been translated into share better if the Drama understood more usanistor of the southatter he wanjustayeasad
French, from which it appears that the about thern; but the Protestants, as well as .by the lamated BBOOKL




God isincomprehensible, layexorable, pure, "It does not appear, however, that the e elan do lers war h as, I ar u, us,--
t the esilence of true life, and eau be known na r 41 n ad ee Let aba r usered, that ED 1RD EVSRayr
. tobis accepted children through human ggby. Theprincipalongeof the pr-28.:nt t if ..*are.r.,r; flashing sk.i* kg ,at
manifestatiops only. Ten times has th troubles most pr Delty thus appoured in Africa and Asia, feuds which for centuries have been waged Leeithereambered. that BowARD Ernswe
(se last m:initestation having been that in between the Druses and the Maronies.- votedfor a resolution declaring that Congreer
the person of liakem, in Egypt. Halieus ,1'he latter people are native Christians, fol. oughtta take asures to edeot theabolitionot
left, the care of the faithful to five princijial a monk called t e a remes a a m .au Evansts
ministers, who are to direct the a till hi< ed a union with the Qhurob of the, tro:n a ,et at in a ri alas 1stri
return. Chief of these ministora is Hamsa, which they have never avably differed, ana good slice. de:a and time suppression by
:<1.0 r r*.,- the high title of 'Universal In. though there spiritual head is called the congress of ta.:Mara scale carried on is ani
Edig..a... Audhereis inserted in the Patriarehof Antioch, instead of Bishop. threagatheniarictureaturabis.
Druse faith-to give it the popular name- airsa sin wteinja at t etout vo ft \ r use twi as $
a doctrine so much like that held by Chris- renewed upon these inative C iristians were '"fib athe out n pody b ish slave-
tians that it on be no mere coincidence, but the commencement of a moral use Let it be remembered, that EDWARD EYSUBTT
but rather proves the imitative powers of ment to extirpata all Christians in Span. vowd for arasolution doularing that us new
Already others besides the Maronites trave dance susuhereaser he admitted into the Union
the founders of the Druse Geology. They been involved in the to.rible e'foot.s of this wease coasmusiamor form of Government shall
declare the firstborn of the Deity was a thaticism, and unless itis soon stopped the cmittenistenceofdomenio slavery there-
spirit of intelligglee, which was first incar- am of the murderers will be achievel." Let itheressaboral, that. EDrho Evaasts
nated in Hamsa, who is the same as the 'HIS DEHOORATIC PLATFORTE, voteator a resolutioadularing time Congrops
Christ of the Arian theory. To Hamsa Reportedfromthe majority of the commineeoaRe- has, by the consciousioa, power to abush use
was confided the creation of the world, and solution at charleston undedoptedby the Es th $so r p
from him comes all wisdom and truth, clonalDemocratinconventionatB tim>re. 4 naude bysaeprianiples of humakyant

oh r h 1 h L en a f 09 me w a .
This is simply the corrupted version of the org 2eT to so ac sdis p v adh a ta le bu e a ,
great Christian doctrines of incarnation and and temporary, and during its existands alloiti- Let it be restabered, that. Joax Barr,, of ten*
mediation. There is a complicated systern so of m r states any an q ririg sea na ivdedou a at ab st I
of priesthood maintained by the Druses, without their rights. either of persea or proper. been selected as s tic and yr over own ii bc. so
1960, lille the followers of Mohamined, em- ty, satag destroyed or impairedby congression- I ran dn as ticket with fu usau a is cars.
body in their religion many ofthe traditions at r tea itTi lieglislatma.duty of the, Federal reserrecordintairly abled to stan ro.*epaq
and personages of the Old Testament. Gover.xment, in all in departments, to protect With all these facts staring thern is (es flee,
There is a Satan, or Ismail, as he is called, wines necessary, the rights of persons 4nd pra, osa dataurs taanysite for Bass, sal Evanard
who first introduced sin into the world, it y emula wherever else its ..rs..........
"In regard to free will the Druageolog y thir4 That when the settlersia aTerrritory FIN*M:Jo F.aur.r a Cau.ubs.v.-[r.
maintains that the lepth of ever than 6 e mAn saigestponalation, for mastsc8 is ..s causes nonassary to assure and pudolp.
life isforeordained, but not his s., indo I and, being consummated by a ion into the But very much more dflay be done' key en-
asts. They believe in the transmigration pen n, ch ra sees no satl fo i th the couragingohildren when they do well,
of souls, and say that the soul of lamail ganized ought to be admitted into the Federal Ba, therefore, more careful to express feltr
was once in John the ,Baptist, and stlU on, whethers onstit ion prohibits or re- approbation of good conduat? than your
.earlier in Elgah, schile that of IIamsa R ed.e'I at the Demoer t par are in disapprobation of bad. Nothing can more
once dwelt in the body ofJesus. Yet while favor ofthesequisition of the island a Cuba, on discourage 5 Child than a Spirit of inges.
acknowledging that Jesusonesexisted, they 2 mosa8p i ble thhoen da st p out gang fan]g fegiog on the part of its parent,
do not think that he was in any way divine, moment. And hardly any thing can exert a more in.
as the individual soul which lived in him Resolved, That the enactments of State legis. jurious influence upon the disposition both
and in many others did not receive divine gica an e 3hi i en ofs of we parent and -child. There are two
power till breached the body of Hamsa. vereive of the consitu ion, sad revolu ionary great motives influsocing human actions.--

to 1 ests not extend theialltranson anti s i co the sited as ;&aBut v 4 nare as times
I utuan souls ever exist in tbo forass of a rt an a pr is sha "o n ioj ha er child lenflue eedhtor good condue
animab, They think that the souls of men ei 3n o the sun exces a as usure cut of offending?
go on, inhabiting ditrarcut bodies-wall whereas, one or the greatest necessities of
the exception of a very few, whose exed- the ago, to a political, commercial, postal ana The Catholics of Boston have just pnr.
lence permits them to exert a pure spirit- misiLary polat of view, is a speedy ownwanise obsed a lot, corner of Washington and
untd there urrection day, when thethithful on the Pacitie and mulancie coasts alaiden stresus, on which to erect a new
still be resolved f or eternity into spiritual .Reolved. That the "ational Democratic party cathedral. The amount to be paid for the
beings, out by for the greater pation of a ; pl age t 1 ?7- Int W7,imJ. The coss of the _eathedrd
mankind wdi be ausibilated bill, to the sucent atam coasts utional authori, wdi De between 8400,000 and $500,000,
alf the Druses lived up to the seven ty or congress, for the construction of a Pagific and the time of controution three to four
cymandments in which they express their an cooe / womhtar a j to Paer- yeats.


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Bell, Douglas and Lincoln vs
The Supreme Court of the
United States,
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These worthies who are endeavoring to
work the ruin and overthrow of our Gov-
erriment, all stand pledged in opposition to
this, if not the most august Tribunal on
earth, at least the highest Judicial Tribu-
nal in the United States, whose decision
arc tiseSupwars.g.a ..co..al....L uisiae'duty

has or pow. rs arrier 11.< Os>nstituton..
will talk to -r. the .. until of Air.


. BRECKINRIDGE and LANE, who stan
arrayed in support of the Constitution o
the United States, and in support of th
decisions of this Court, which are the Sn
preme law of the land.
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An It0m from the ROOOrd o
FO
"We know that there were many well
intentioned but unreflectinic men decoyed
into:1.is e..nr oud lsov odious organization

". .un.ug is, pt.usiplan s..I 1.. E.hts 1.
"Pl 4 **de was i. crease vi haure. n





Jean, when 11.6 pas loss no as 4.. :J a.
lause sub idea, and or 1.. spe.unce v
la [**. .II. as v 1.: ase less.pes J. .

quin **mm pally, 1sul.al 1... sus si .1
sensorbl.....1,Iwdand Is. c...ar.:..as....
to incite the lawless men who had engaged
in it to still further note of murder and ra
pine. TVassualt a spectacle ever before
resented to the people of this country /
a
h vi saalo ds d hu Fs
TO Wifhat did he allude? To the b
ei2acted ia Louisville ou "Bloody Moon
flas this scene passed from the recollection

p e. .s rpud 905 (110 All Of August, 183 '
only about a month ad a half before Mr.
B ll d hi


he kg oCn a qmbend.
4,QLofAug L Ltill, ha elect on

a as r I it
a of our agid candida as, als*1 1*1
asp rLofLLesuspur print..Isia.v...( .1
in a contest, we as has all good dem-
ilersta will at least exhibit their interesting
thecadas, by obtaining and sendingus
thernatinesof.numerousanbseribers for the
Less than this the can not do.
m I my further, that if t ere are any
trdt BRECK RIDGE and LANE men Lu the
any or out of it, who aie ulable pn f .

emir m a ce, we willsend them
Examiner ti after the election FREE.
Ga these te cratedotheir duty
e ht rawallI): will be in the hands of


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me rs nut what way the Supreme
C et on .ca al- r .I(u..J. she aro ra,.
.If a que :-.-u shall as r y u* t'

Eli ... 1: hat 11.. Intial .....a > intro-

inn ., , p.. Eu.
preme Court may be on that abstract qikes-
tion, Estill the yight of the people to make n
slaveTerritoryora freoTerritory, is por-
feccandcomplete under the Nebraska Bul."
It mast be borne in mind that 1)ouglas
has taken higher ground thaE this, in op-
p0altion to 0120 decision Of the Court. 110
declares emphaticall ute de elat

licep slave -holders out of the consmost
Territories Of $110 UDitellStates-the Court.
says in so many words they cannot.
fle hat Mr.
ar w inco n says upon this


e ma e s s
peech. Is it necessary to
ery BRECKINRIDGE &Dti LANE ,man in it were in Congress, and a vote rehearse the horrors of that day- tell
"
"@"'-; so, ,, 8 , e., 8 ,Co "
inee of the Democratic Party. ratory, in spite of the Dred Scott decision> sprinkled the side-walks-to recite how
I would vote that it should' five men were pened up in a build an
d
This sounds very much like as if he, routed to death-to deplet the boy? s ,




doubton this subject, we give belo# the the "')..mro.au could leg bble upon the from idi ruins Was dragged the charle I re
.
actual voteof Mr. Douglas in the Balti nore su eat of Shavery nl o prr itis place "ains ofa toomda hugging her infant t
o
C.,natussonasec.pkJ (so.nethe 1* I ,9 her breast? Our heart sickens sh the
the :4hir,:.1 I'nent re C..n..thtace v.11... e...t.. of the United States-he, a bare thought of such horrors, aud"y@ shi
s
"But'hren this was a fo:o-d vote,---f$rced b.urls...n a.2.u in name only, and represent- old man-John Bell-gets up in a publi
c
ced by a violation of the unces of the g the tute in which the remains of meeting, and in the coolest an-muer, tells
Denmeratic party, by which the votes of ANDREW JACKson now repose. His audience that it, is "better" such scenes

o ads a b 1 at'ew dYorkl2 fro I on Sn Wh t currsuay I o)th a 0 from ludiana, making a total of 5'2 to interfere with the question of slavery should sprinkle Use pavements and side
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gates entitled to 26 votes, hostile to the in the Territories, and however clear and walks," tbnu that this "new" party abould
nbusination of Mr. Dougina. weap voted for 'vellfounded in principle and authority its not rule Amerion. We canot trust our.
him. Subtracttheseiratulb4,anditicaves decisionamay be, I have supposed that solvestocommentupon suchconduct.
28, as'th ac)t I strength of Mr. Douglas liam ch a. it is q question of constidtutio We might go on and show that, after
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ad the rules and usages of former Con- tes to the jurisdiction and lower of a spe- announcing in the Senate that if the poo
veDtioDB, Whereby the vote of each State cial deparmacut of the government-a de. ple of Tennessee decided aquinst him on
w to be determined by the 1.....,- I.r a s-1 II,,- apartment always more or less under the in- the Kansas-Nebraska bill he would resign,
hey followed, Mr. Douglas w uld thence of political .considerations, the
h v g ne8 Ane vote in Maine, 2 1 vootes question would not be regarded as perman- he proved recreast to his promise, after they
in Connecticut, and lost 10 in Massachu. ently settles and that whenever in future, 12nd atthreeelectionscondemned his course,
setta, 2 & in New Jereey, 10 in Pennsyl- as heretofore, Congress shall be called up. and the Legislature, in obedience to the
vania, 2 ( in Maryinnd, 3 in Virginia, I in on to legislate concerning a Territory, the popular will, had requested him to resign;
North Carolma, li in Arkansus, 4 & in guest on todl agaza become the subject of that he has been for and against a national

1 doi{l nT3T 4 a i hu d dP6tfek dec" @etheCour or bank, fair and against a protective tariff,
'
evotesofAlayama9,and Louisiana 6, wasneverawaycd by tae opinion 6f the foraningainsethodistributionoftho pro

:r::2 ?:.1:7::a d ,n Tn n 1 0 i 2 us r j ed f b u b 0 an e n d 9d

ed a stion, as wetha enfr I tes to e controinvo a y li 8a e on ri cr and harbor approp ae atshorb
the true vote under the rule of former tions. ga y
n entions, really cast for Mr. Douglas in Now we submit these questions: Is earnveassed during hisppolitimd life t '"
there any difference between Douglas, Lin-
Gonceding to Mr. Douglas 181) votesas coln and Bell upon this subject ? Do they show what manner of a politician he has
having been cast for him, and dedneting not all stand one in opposition to the deci- en. We1now leave him to the judgment
she 62) fraudulent votes, leaves him 129 sion of the Supreme Court of the United o e peop .
as his actual strength in the Convention. States, when it. decides only that slave Hand the old taan around, and let us
'It will be also remembered, that the holders shall be protected in the ownership see how many a Convention was composed of 808 delegates, of their property, as well as the New Eng- as. The loss of only ten minutes o
f
aa4 tobarebeen the regular nomittee he land merchant and pedlershall be protected time per day,313 days, amounts to more
weald have had to receive 202, or two in the ownership of their property ? than five full days of ten hours each.-
thirds of 303, and the above shows thathe They all adem exasperated at the idea At, 8150 per diem, it amounts to $780.-
did not receive this reqmaite majonty by that any protection to slave property should \large portion of laboring men dre losers
78 votes. be awarded by the Supreme Court, and of more than five times ten aminutes per
The accessions to Mr. Breekinridge sub- each of them alike avows an opposition to day, in tide, for want of strict "order"
a quent to the action of the 105 seceders its decision- about the house. Add to this, the other
st Baltimore, show that this geistleman is It should be borne in mind, also, that the evils and losses consequent upon a want
the choice ofa majority of the Democratic Black Republicans threaten to re organize of strict order and it willbe quite sufficient
party. It is not contended by his friends, this court and put those upon the bench as to keep a poor man poor. Farmer's wives,
thatth6 is thetegular nominee of the Bal- Judges, who will do as they tell them to if not some other men's wives, may be the
timore Convention, but they contend do, regardless of the constitution of the mothers of prosperity or poverty, to their

k n at oth, ir ich in lutCo United Statedont sdin son obability*, in a housedhe economy, at the barn, and all

$1 s I th er g larn dm few years more. Many of the twelve over the fann.
for to admit this would be to admit that, Judges who compose this court are now as... Tiekets for the coate:nphted 101
which is palpably false. old men, and the Chief Justice, Rooms B. in honor of the Prince of Wales, which
Mr. Douglas was thrown aside by a large TANEY, who has presided 12r many years is were sold at New York a day or two no
majority of the Delegates from the Cotton now so feeble that he may never be able to f or the small non of 823,ssww readily was-
States, because be contended thata majori- hold another session of the Court. anand S200,lor S300, an are searcely ob.
a the Legislatureeof a Tertritorydeould Then we caution all men, having an in- tinable at t lat.

do sway with the rights, and or me the terest in Slave property, to withold their Oive the devil his dae. Certainly, says
wishesof Fifteen 80vereign States of this votes from men, who are at heart Black a contea>porary; but it is better to have no
Uniongthis is why Mr. Douglas ws, Republicaus, and opposed to this species of dealings with the devil, and there will be
abrown aside by seven 8tstes in a body. property, and to east their votes for nothing due him.








jk. United bdth.

(sqty present indicating ye ar 44tisfied
thataq paparalleled.degree of unanimity
will pervade thenBouthern j1(ptes, from
this time forward for all time to come.
The temporary itudfientiqg spepess of the
Anti-Slavery party of the North under
the lead pf.80wary and Lin9014 aided by
Brigid1 [tolday Britigh intrigge, 1188 em-
1...I.J.;a.J rhese raptors to disphty a degree
of insolence pud bragadocie that cannot be
otherwise than insqlting to the sense -of
every Southein Hentleway. The admis-
sion of Calafornia Oregon and histly, Kans-
as has led these men, and this party to
suppose that they will wield this govern.
tuout to suit their own tastes for weal us.
for woe.
$9)}' if011'CTOY R CARilge Will COne Over
thesipirit of their dct.m. and tho.conse-
quence of their insolence and treasonable
threats are already being realized in thequ-
parallyl...A unanimity amouf -1.e 5.:mil..rrp
...:.ple, ...id unless we are deceived, golin
11:11 stall be qejected TY#11 his hypocracy,
too.v.... sin.> Sus..-.a.t gr.enic.:E...cr=dor..
will [>.9 5-,.l..rd for leiral. 11.,ughes an.] M.,
..hl ied..ral, Blugingholla ern


John BelPs Speeph against the

Tylyp i) re a Of a dl, that thp
warryiely Mexico woqld Ipad to the acquisi-
tion kf vpst Territypy, a very powerful
party was arrnyed agginst the further pros-
ecutipn of the war, composed sof the n.boll.
tiorsists tunitsly. TYe give an extract
from a speech made by 147. EliL, }{110
Voted with that party, it oppositiop tp the
Ten Regiment Bill-here are his rards.
Bgt, sir, should the tone of reluc>nstrance
again ble war so ,td Sthe at
VALM IN .11MXIUO, REYEltBEltA
TLyQ As110NG HER MOUNTALNS,
AND ROUSE Tif0, WHOLIC COUNTRY
TO A URRIT OF RESISTANCli to the
attempt to subdue them to our dominion,
there are those who behove the a greater
calamity unty befall this country, in the
flyher prosecution of cise war man even
such a fault as that.
"Sir. if my abould now desire to know
my age9 insors upon the proper* mode of
tenumats g its yar, Isay to them p make

ee best treaty a at oua7ust stores bf New Mexico and th penij<, get n
*..;..is ..? them n ,.,0 ....:,... ..el...r, .....u
o.:k I... rt.. Us.. th. ude, 1... 6 knited I
. 0 ..Is. n tale ro, and [L.u. s. war ht.n.:.r.


THE IIISUE [nuioripnt foreign Ninlfis.

tr prae nno sm Senest a 19By dip ClasgT or ut I li i
inridge and Lincolu, and we really thin gence:
that Ureckinridge hos1xpell the latter TheSurdinianshad"tolign I'erpginand
chance. This is so. We have the Le Spoletto, and the Intest advices via queens-
tig kw are that the had beaten Gen
o itantilvePinve aurediitest oursists Igamoricierewitingrea loss. Napartialap

JIreckinridate. Oregon is certain inst are given of this action. hefactissianply.
I ply the ch that it wil age announced. We have, however, some is
Br kin idge ar o to one. Penns v telligovee concerning the events phich
in and Npty Jersey will be more apt to go preceded the battle.
against Lincoln, than fbr him. In 1856 It had been previously reported that Gen.
the conserystive vote of Penusylvanicaex- Cinidini was advacing against Aneone
ceeded the Fromont vote b somethi audin all f ropability it was there that the
over eighty thogannd votes Fuchan '"' 0 ".:c.v. obt a el al of enra dea ...J animal at Alicona to assist
feet( ear acts majogy all the :im in the attack on that place
votes, and Fillulore got some eighly one
thousand. The anti-Republical vote then The Sardinians took Peruggr after as hot
was some eighty-three thousand in the ma- fight, aird ariftle fiftecehundred prisoners,
jority. including Gen. Schmidt.
The citadelof Spototto capttulated, and
1Ye are forced to the conviction thatRe- the garrison, 000 strong, werotaken prison-
publicanism, or rather quti-Southernism, .s
batever name it may be classed eraTime S arder.irans ht.1..isTroupsed nu .
ife.gral and portoptous develop- ous other places.
mentat the Lith, hu*, rea sl.=: same time. TI.. r. was an uneanharsed-rumor that
we C eratinued line thee la stsh a de she P. e had fl froni hunc. The ev ass-
olded agues rd..mly on Luty JE#n PeDDesign-


alarm also so.... rt..I re*, nor .*ask he re. .n r ha Neasp'olfr /f I 4, a rb
J.*.1.: 1.rrue obeans ansell n .11.- [,sa, ..l.... i rasig a ib ifb the
-she is us.rw p4 plc enth sh.... .%)nd, $.p.. r .pp Tia4 e r ee
rest remp..sid t.) *II..- (ucilia, rat..-m ... e's arov ut 1.e n
lar.awleJ';.. .vI sr'.co....o hip."-whide aired ". .<.x 1 on 0.1 ..../a fou
caqubd and sensible man must .e:.aced t.." at Aneous .
the.r...."H. put.I.. ... from New York. Mr It was t p..rted out arid I was -
8 .,,,ra g, ..qu tweed man. A an who
ooks aken -a enan of qu3q tions e abil. ,da-le too a ) 0

that IT both. I agogues inenwhile 400 yeasqlgare.co be no for
ted, dps aly wing in a maye ele war purposes.
that will unite tile South di There were indication that h6 intends
it on sumon on going to Venetia.
3, seir part, or no tesion on the part of their Kossuth wa expected at Naples. m
Gen. Seitori was appointed Commander
^incob might be justfool 6aoughnot tR of the Armyin 1.110 Dictator'sabsence.
recede. Seward certainly soonld, rather A Prussian Enyoy had arrived at Vienna

thanSattempt tod l>luck the unripe pear- with a forual indi a;..u to I s.. C ..p..ur of a
Flow I bid hineverabandemhts licy. A v iloo r ..iN. In r..o J bus
storm the citudol he would asp it. He shot at Damas.:us.
would undermine its walls and corrupt its It was reported from Toulon that Nap
garrison. For the Present,-however, so far leon was firedathynn insene man in Lilst
cissueo unionand disu-ion is con- city. 'i'beman's arm was averted by*4
cernedn.ore depends upon Lincoln than bystander,.and no liarm wds done. The
opon Seward, because we think it possible Wouch journals wer ilent on thesubfeet.
thatI4incolo aggld bi ng the pswe on at The North Ame ican, he day lasp

.(.i t.. th: follow.ne. *
Asregards Mr..Douglmi, is in s,3zragy all...hnas.n,-s.ne@ felt at Paris les a
'*-""'"""' ro SI-.r- :1.uk, up.., "A callies.4 All:..glif e..ur bdhrees the Fretc:1
c.e .11..=.*o.i. Natin r em lie possibly troops'atRpswe ag the batt:dione of Gari-
earry any State N EI, lic neas.get.40mp baldi- 1.* -
lew elsr..rSI y...au .....r.I.:.;.:mi ..La .as. In case skgaPapedy.iplJ .wishJrg ftr- .
ivill be by a ce.nd.inal....r.... e...r.ri.,c. Grah I denia will ogeapy Rome.
inridgellaving the first showing. Mr. Bell The Loisdon firnes says i "The spri
may possibly do as well South as Mr. Fill- army no longer exists, for the forty thou-
more--he equit do bpster North---he riijig pu.J .....4 besieged to Anottia may b.. al-
pick up a fey cor\tingent electoral votes by ses-1,, *A.ibaldi's prisoners. '
ovalescitag with Douglas or Breckinridge or The London Afeming ITerahl sity
both, but even then he will occupy a more "The Papul anny has been defeated, bug
outside position, with no sort of 4 chance. noldidwourdit. Lamorioierewasevidently e
The only real. practical issue is between outnunibered."
Lincoln and Breckinridge, and yet we pick The London 6%ro;sicip says: "The re-
up Bell and Douglas papers mutually be- sult of the recent battle is totransfer to the.
praising each.o her:, aud really idging .ak KfugofSurdiniathe w.hple of the Roman
if eitherof theireandidates, or both of them territoryese. .:, perhape, Rouse, Valerta:;.
combinedhadany chanoe in the world andCivita We
WHICH THEY flAVEN'T AND THE The Oc...2.1.x w;th twridays lucr from
PEOPLE OUGHT TO UNDERSTAND Liverpool to (Sept., Mad) has arrived:
IT. IT IS A SFIAM. THERE ARE Itis reported diat cire Pope's maziifesto,
BUT TWOPOLITICAls ?Q.WERS IN announcing his departuefromRonie, is al-
THE:0TIOpy Neil -.)L.L\Eli1 AND andy prepared. There as no Poqtitual
ANTI-8LAVERY-EQUALPI'Y OF THE battalipgoatside of Ageopja,
80.UTH, OR NON E,9.ii.1Lil1 One The N.eapolitan fsport (Qadinaldi's) has
opened afire on Anconia. [Ancynia is one
Barty---one pmeer is represented by Mr. of the mostitupersam ch.ies-in the Wayf
reckinridge-theotherby Mr. Lincoln. States, on the Adriatic,.and l32 nules
Choose ye between them, and leave little Northeast of Rosize. In 1798 it was takes
outsik ertice---little by the French,,and in the sullowmc'.,e-ar a

agn way; agrrendered to use .Jined Russ.an, fu.kil'sis
nod Austrian away. In 1832 it was re
Univeraggotthe Sourh. taken by the Franks who retained .posses-
'the- Southern Episcopallisa says: eg alon of.ie fintil l8384
is with great pleasure shift we annoded The Papal army kna v;rcudlydzabanded,
thrit the I.'omer Norse of abe principal andAoeudairs Row beauged gpd black-
buildingafabc"'Thiveflity d dia Kouth eded.- 4--==--.. . r .-*rg* ..
will bb laid a D. 1'.a with apprs:,pruste core- Garibaldi is preparing ap..manip, on
mppieg, at 17niversi Place, Flanklin Cupul' a fortified ch.y 20 miles Nank of
CouptyTongessee, on the 10th day of NaplesandIsadan engagemenc with the
October. Royd troops beliman Capua and Gaels.
Nii$outhern heatheap fail t> bent with Garibralds has leaded a prelansation to,
sympathy towards this great variertak 0 the inhabitants ofPeleralo, deolaring that

o ab in dr in Rune th o 8 so

ea b km la a e samezatinoap or lep ent.xiits hours
a dee and a ding interest in a work the Sardiniana,
whichwiththeblessin f 4,musttend TheshipsofficioeEmannelhad deter-
po much he the advancement of our Zion. mined to proceed toNaples.
We hope that oizr Diocese may be well Uniorus. Esmse..-Two of our well
represented on t.his important oqqnsio known citizens and business meri hayo re.
turned home, fro the North, decided
, The Prince at Washington- grackincidge man. They left I esp Bell
\V Sy[ GTON, Oct. &.-Lord Itenfrew men. These indications. are .worthy at
ty,4ay visited thq 0apitol, the Patent Of. notice 16 algamey Mail. 4
fig ke. He.held and hour's reception at
the \Yhite House, which was attended by Taxis.-There are forty-seven. now
the wirious.diplomatio zeorps. He attends p eno ni fa rpp ran Brechum2
go uhibition of Areworks to-night. bas takef thelesump for Denglas, M


.ha- J..ua Is. I sile duty c. U..r.:.[.. r She.
will ...p or he.. 9 usn I. u .n N..vend..,r
.And el. 11 f...s .... ..ac -1 I...r Sourt...rre
easters ,al....: im c..m.1,k: 11s\c 011@,)
,, ,,,g I., ,,- IIs.... interest,
p*.r.....t. .0 .01.I. ... n.) 9 Ir h. .. tar obs.
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Election Returns ?

bu' tedetuires are com ng inMye y slow
oeratic by a very large majority. We give
below the vote as far as heard from iiz the
Governor's election* $1180 for Congress 54
gefierall a gain upon the vote for (Jo+-
GYDOr.


Md nt c: n
fr.:.a. wl.iels liciths.>ut, and the P.:-Act
peking Polines..ns.>f New \.:.rk, can Is. wr
r..s.. al., e I.i=r. 11.> S.arh...s Surer,
w411 sonnaparp you body for 13rficide.
arms,.this is 4 Qpt no fixed 114 any great
natural lay--thatthis may not olice him
is quite probable, of this we entertain
.
di 1 laic restant si nynat T qu
what will the Southern States do in event
of his defeat? For ourself we adopt the
Sentiment of a distinguished Southern pa-
triot uttered in a rpent spegeh at 15(asiz
ville. In reply to a simHar question he
said:
J not know what other might
advise q propose to do 2n such a contin-
nicy----for himse he we woubl su
*,/&Li cher inategrortletal, he act

scagoal in such a cause. He v. of I I ..1
er Lincoln apenjured traitor whom he took

i tph rtth ] Constitution.wat
forsomeovertactofaggressio Ilewould
pursue votuch policy. Tyral y I.inarse=.3
with slow and enutious approsel..* He

would not wait i6ll biound handb1d fe a,
milder Mr Lincoln might maki his gon-
erwr.-r..J. hotter1Lowld be the war 7,
utt s rn =,:.- upon gi."
With Lincoln as President controlling
the army and navy, as well as all depart.
ments of the Goveriunks, the doom of the
Southern States will be forever sealed. If
re look to Florida alone, as an example in
this respeel;, ye soup (110 facilipies ag head,
which he would possess as the executive,
to coorce the people into submission to his
adious rule. TYo have several strongly
fortified positions, into which i. inart..;. ns
number of men and material .:.auld L..-
tl rown, to secure the object-stilupission
and obedience of her citizens, to th.e des~
potic rule of such an Excewtive and such a
Cabinet. .
Weturnl\oweywfrom this deplorable,
I 0,.0>*,<. c...ruble-r. with the hope ani-
nutting us, t rat quch may never to the sad
unsfortune of this goverment, and confi-
dently antlelpate that thpre is sullicient
,eonseti tism and veneratics 9 our unge 3
C ion .yet remaining, 1;o, lia;;p.ase
thp.mbyageds oippr. northern brethern, to
battle with us for its preservation. We
hope they may not have been so deplorably
lost to virtua and.honesty, by the vile
teadlings of Seyard, a Linoply, a Greely,
as to lose sightof thatareet cancer of par
libernes--the Constitut of the United
States. They and those who alliliate with
them are the real "Dissionists" arid
MSeceders. They are the men, sad their
coadjetors, twbo integipto .datr..y th;"
(burn -willrb pe..plep..rmit them
o
to.Jo Drd not rtarries.n ed.<.;** of
Isr.p mill us conquer a Gov.rrsoment.o
this;ty millions, and establish on .present.
6t ,bThenwh I r
p;qu, gonyp
serve the written guaranges of the Consti-
tution, should the worst come to the worst


W r

in v f a li lead
(Inion in the eventofLik .le's 1.,erica.

The Prince and the President,
ASHINGTON, Oct 5.-The President
Baron Renfrew and*suite visited Motuat
Vernon. The latter go to Richmond to.
morrow. The Prince is highly delighted
with the country and people,

- Corn WEATHEa -Boston, Oqtober 1.-
The thermometer in this vicillity this morn-
ing stands at 2(E degrees above sero.-loe
of considerable thickness hps formed.


131 1 1 1. 111a.IAl flEAl l
U. ...:<.1 ll... was a y.-,, 0...1 .ur
turne U.J...p a....0, ears.J.. ..rd..r [, bear,
***t...at su.l. dwel.'s.A.I.. reads, he r..t,-J
against giving them -ul-r. us ... man I,,34
n(oycy, and voted id 4-otu uny with abol;.
tionists.

grhe 'ca is ti o a, 'Tongue.01

27th ult., has the following:-"Until the
deliveryof Mr..Breckinridge's speech, the
Know-nothingjournals incessantly demand-,
ed explanations. Their doctrine was, that
Mr. Breviliaridge, as a candidate, was
bound to elucidate his position, and uices
charges that had been preferred against
him. Well, the standard liestrer of the na-
tional democracy has spoken, and his as-

sail 8san oe len should now ha pp*
plied to pe Know-nothing candidate, Mr.
Bell. (.Trol....nly garrulous, he is at pres-
entiumb. Nothing has been heard from
hislipssincehe was put in nomination;
..Ian,:.4 e... man before the country has
: gr...s... c...1 of explanation and self-vium-
cation in iderewee (a lyis history and asso-
cintions. He ppints to his publicrecord.
I'..sthat retord-as has been shown in
these colutunswonviets bil -o[. hiring
pfrsistepti played into the. hands of the
*abblitionists; proves him to tave .been in
insidaleto the rights thd intensists of South.
ern States; exhibits fthn ip close connection
with the Knowmothings, and publicly ap-
plagding their bloody outrages at Louisville;
and subjects bigs to the charge oi( buying
again and again been false to his friends
and his party for the sake of some tempo-
..r, advantage of position. or. profit. If
al-Ayshould explain,. Mr. Bell is, the
man3 for, as thematter stands, he is shown
to be sectionalin his tendencies, and faith-.
less in his.relations to those whose' inter.
cass.1xe protewds.. to ggard. Why is the
Ikative Bell silent? Jo it not because
hisadvisers know that his only hope of
success de ends on his ability to de-
ceive conse vativeupitizens? Is it not be
cause his cham ionshi of "the Union, the
('. unia..t; u, aPd the fpaithfg( enforcement
.:.t ti.. Is... is a clamay piases of decepping
which cannot hear examination or defence?
For once.in his life, Mr. Bell is afraid to
speak.
lion.EuwARD Evanart.- While-the
National Is.-:: .....-ir, 4 ess..gKelidall, nod.
Stephesi A. Douglas axd disenga(ug the
constitutional ficiver of, the Geneial Qog-
ernmentta coorce a soveieigni Siste to ear-
ry out Lincolds doctrines if lie should be
elected Busi.).:u *rt...,, ....ua to have ? for-
goatea th es 311; L....It he anticipated
thisquestionandinbialetterolcouptance
tbunar.nerrsar. -rr
*:lb: sy,4,eiraea th he Linion can be
main anned try ll... no r ca I pro dermeane

do trbie rin b ,
my judgment, as self contradictory as it is
dangerous. Itectues loaded with thodeath
smell from fields wet with brothers' blood


stoHe ac ne a name
do 8 8 re re as i to ab/ty

c. c.p.:r. .:.0 or, its organiefunctions." -
lyinst 1.11...urneighboroftheIntelligence
say to this putriotic sentimentof his ca'ndi-
date for Viod President? We rather think
they a greater hadit would have been
rendered the readers of the Igfygger if
the cqdidous ofMr Everett on stizza, point
had beqn replied on Wither thin. f...11.,waring
the herosies of Mr. Douglas. Thef certain-
ly would not have produced and kept up
the alanning excitement at the South which
has been occitaioged by this most unfortn.
Late discussion.--IFisshbapton Constitution


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EAST PLORIDA
Majorities for Milton,
St. Johns, "
Marion,

3a
-
edar K
M orities for IIdpkins,
Dual,
Lake City,


Columbia-Hopkins,
NewRiver, a
- MIDDLE FLORIDA.

ando *nj. r Miltion,
.Tefedon, a na ''
Leon, a ?' F


94
172




)

70
DG

160
54
50

85

251
76
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9
}}
66
19
72


}\'g g]} _ggggy
IIn ilton,
Lafayette
Gadson-Hopkins,


As far as heard from the Eastern Dis-
trictgives Milton a majority of 593; and
several Counties to be heard from, whiclI
will give democratic majorities. We have
the entire vote of the Middle district, with
the exception of Liberty County and it
gives to Milton.a majority of 5483 the ag-
gregatemajority ofGen. Milton ip both
Districtsiall36; and, there is vory little
doutstbat when the remaining counties in
the East, together with West and South
MOr OS RYe hGardfrom his majority will be
increased to Two thousand.
Wefeelpretty confident that such will
bg the.case sat lingkins (dept.),bout 9at,.
co 6 (Op.) in the last general election 2407
in the State. There is no doubt but that
Florids will vote for. Breakinridge and
(ane by 2500 or 8000 majority in 15[overq.
ber.

Three Others for Hamilton

A friend has on a the following
slip containing the retuous.of the election
in Hamilton County by which it will bii
seen:that.chis (Lumy lus. L.ws. ze.decened
from the shackles of Know.n..tis;(.e.n.
nderwoodhas'ueen making quite a stair.in
the olitiopl ze.,!J racially alic( yith the
op 1,itimatelyofgetingintotheLegi a-
ture, but it seems that Mr. Steward was too
mysh for him. Tyell done for Hamikou.
Milton, 245

linezd em.) .


ood (K. N.)
Personal,
Doctor HOLMES BTEEL Of the $1andat
was in else City on Saturday last, and we
understand visited Fort Marion, and other
places of interest ip the "Ancitot Otty." .
W. A. Youse Esq, was also in .tige
City, at the same time, these gentlemen,
are both able advocates of the CoQfprd un#
Indian River Rail-road, and we wish them
all success in their efforts to construct so
useful an Imps;prement as this would be tg
the State. .


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IT UGUSTIME, LOElD.A
ATURDAY.OCT.,18,1860.
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da sugs i 4eltsp., of PnIntka Fla.,k
Amorney Excusan, and will receive sub-
so iptiope, 4takecollections, and receipt for the
anne.
a- - -= ===-===.=----=
at onalliemocratie Nominations.
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(QR Flil*.dibi 'si
U. BRECKINRll Ep
<)P KFNTUCKY *
,
I 91( 1 ICE PRESIDENT.

18* ME
& OF OREGON
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For Prealdenilal I'lecIors*
me.. 0 <'.1LL. o N.urm.


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DEMOCliATIC NATIONAL EX
COMMITTEE.
F. II. rs...,; nurr..i\...calem.:r, .:* cr .. ...r Inc
Jron. 1. I. Brave.. Jan .u, causas..n.
Hod9t. W. Jonssor, of Arkansna.

a n 1vania.
Hon. Oso- W. Evans, of Maryland.
o I Hon A.14. Man, if Alabama.
Areverns SHELL, Esq., of New York.
HA TF OO 888 .
Ifon..Turse G. Branwrof ashington, D.C.
ra x E g D. C.
Ar. CL, sq W.-u.ampan. [* c., Residge
se Ro us, Washington, D. C., Tree,

ornr\l 8 1 anni 3in
ten D. C. Rooms of the Committee at No. 28
41spot.


leWatchfull
When anyman solicits your vote for
BEI.I.consider who he is, where he comes
m, and where his interest lic. Is he
Bouthern by birth, education, feeling or
interest ? Is his heart here ofat the North I
Stinizeh otivehis ceiling andhis
proelivities. sk yourabTF wb ther it is
safe for as a Sophery man, 'to follow
SiKad Thyn.castyour3ro ofor J(1Hi\
C. BRECKINRIPRE. 4th

Pro801'iption
Several subscribers to the EXAMINER Of
opposition politics, have within the last
few days, withdrawn their names from our
list. While we regret to lose any support
for our paper, we cannot allow any such
demonstration to affect our course. The
papy was started ass Democratic journal
and an independeptorgan of Southern op-
inion. It has hilberto maintained its ori,
ginal position, andsolong as we conduct it,
shall continue to advocate with -whatever
abilitywepossessthe interestshonorand
political equalityof the South. At the
same time it he uiformly aimed to treat
opponents with fairnesss and courtesy; and
not forgetting the fact that the ExAMINER
is the only Journal in the City, we have
beenfreeto accord the useof itsoolumus.to
all persons and parties whether concurring
with us in opinion or otherwise. We may
safely challenge comparison in.this respect,
with the most liberal Journals,,and we
hate had reason to believe our condept not
whollyu@ppreviated by our fellow citizens.
When, therefore,. any of our subscribers
eboose to take offence, we have the conso-
lationlo feel that it, is undeserved. The
relation between us does not. imply that
suropinion.Lare soldor shes we are to be
controlledisttheastereingofthemly.aul
fearofpeculary lose.,_1fthosewhabase
**..topped the paper" think orberm-4 '"
can bu repet their mi.nake, and histinue
steadfastlyanylystyeregardasthegath)
duty
In the present olitical canvasswe have
supported BRECKINRIDGE 18 the candidate

."'1"?,"":""'

ena a a re
. umns previous to has nougnaison. We
aballcondoneto support him ith seal
energyand epdident hope till the election.
ADi if RDFOREDSt@/ he SHOnid be defeated,
by his Black republican competitor, we
shall call upop every Southern man and
every Southern Scaid' to unite in defence
of the rights of the South. We shall ad.
grocate with all the force God has given us
the IMMEDIATE EORMAT1 M OF A
SEPARATE CONFEDERACY OF THE
COTTON STATES. If that be Secesazon
or treason make the most of it,


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Three eeks Mofe!

The Presidential election takes plake in
all the States 09 Fgeaday Novemigey 6ph.
Littlemorethapthreeweeksrepainforre-
flection ang fpr exerd6ta. Within a month
It must become known y}}epljpr JonN C.
B1bECKINRIDGE 0pABRAfgM LINCOLNis
eketest to fill the seat ocoppied by WAste
INtwou, JEFFERSON, ap# JACKSON. Mo-
inentous consequences depend upon the
result. 'this election must determine
whether ye are to remain one ifoople, or
whether the South shall be driven to seek
in a separate intypondent existence that
safety and honor which Northern injustice;
fanaticiopy pnil wrong deny her within the
limits of the Union. .
sueece my wee -makes at enore
lunflifeS6 (1386 file contest is liclween
BRECKINRINGE ulti 1.alNCOLith Douglas
and Bell are playing a side game with no
expectation that either enn be spacessfulf
What Southern man hoping this, -....1
who so blind as ugqo spoit, will with-1..ld
his VOtefrom BREGylNRIDGEF
Our usin Su.ac 1.0:- sale s. e. c....L.l.:. sI.>...]
She less c-cen (4.1.Jr..ras 1. Is..II 1I..rudais
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aav 8 (1If li DULE .
Northern Mail closes saturday at 9 P. M.
gi stird Thursdays at 111. M
OT CE is hereby iven that an Election for Southern Mail closes on Saturdays sinclThurs-
EIPECTORS OF RESIDENT and VICg days at 8 A. M.
PRESinENT ot the United States, will be held Northern Mail is duaon Thursdays and Sat-
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this State, on'tUESDAY, Like 6th day of Novent- Southern Mail is due on Frid at 12 M. and
herproxime. Theraturnsthereof to be aim- sy
vassed and forwarded to the Secretary of State Sundays at 5 P, AI*
mthe manner prescribed by law for the canvass Sunday the oRice will be open for delivery
and returns of election for a Representative to from 7 to 9 A. M.
Congress the number of Eleecurs toboohosen OFFICE HOURS From 0 to 12 and 8 to 5.
is roo. --- --- ---
in Testimony }Yhereof, I have heroto set
my hand and caused to be rallied Prospectus of the Daily and- Weekly
[L. 8.] the Great Sealat rhoState of Florida. Observer,
1)uno at she Capitol, in the city of
Tallahnsaeo, tilis 84 day atseptem. 40- SUGH WILL BE THE PRO-
ber. A.D., lace. gress of our city from this date, and such
M. S. PERRY* is the increased interest manifested auton
governor of Florid* 6 for tfi 6
By the Governor-AtteSE ILLEPIGUE, dd esarmulathis eit estathli.911snin
secrearyorstate, absolutelynecessaryt&columencethepub-
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'..,r....nr, .. >...<1.. .. P. e-
.......ne ..t ria, e..r.. ..0. .
*; II .r..21...,,1 r.. .I..
.-*r *Ir. J.--:: l-inif 11...L.O..I .--.J
'st ..r, [, e .rr. ..... .. ... I .1,, 1. .....win.- t^
r. .1; e....; ar.,r. 1..,,.33... r, r ...... ,, ,
re as ul.. I.- 1. a ..:4. ..1 e. i*., rt.... rious the
151 I TL .4 Jill (1L a IT li -... 11 an I ad-
-ar. ... n r.s a1\/ t i.* e-

purity.
CERTIFICATES.
PhiladelphisSept. 9th, 1858
nu 6 e y s t tes n n
thabit containsuote of the PoIsonous Substance
brown"IFusitoil, whichis the characteristic
ne 13ur ana ingredient of the whiskeys in
BOOTH, A1R11 iTa li t

I have analyzedliew York, fel50 d, 18038
TVhiskey, receivedfrom Ir. Charles What
Jr., of Philadelphia, and having carefully tested
it, I am pleased to state that it is entirely free

"A"::-dehP cu sub a es.

Analytical Chemist.
Boulou, March 7th, 1859
(have madea chemical analysis of commer-
cial samples of Chesnut Grove Whisk which
proves to be free from the heavy 2sile 18, and
es t thT1 as y rom tlTeheGn
used in masuufacturing it Respectfully.
A. A. 1111 :Sl 'D d4tateAssa er,

Fdr Sale bf U. WHAltTelf,"Jir. -
Sole Principal Agent,
No.116 Walnut Bt, Philadelphia.
5 t

SHERIZ'lF'S SALE.
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
Civouithqrtfor the counties of Valusiand

REElik?"'ifi99 "
nevi 1 up ad willFax ose for s 11s on

ee tdoeswibe land, to wit:--An und vide
Thirty-three Acresbeing the third part of cer-
1 o n n 3

ed to John AL, Hanson, et, al,

Mn ay 1 ( sale is postponed glitil the Ist
4; Thle a are sale is postponed until the first
if a nu le is postponed natil the first
, he ody a postponed until the first
hl'Phde b eSeate is postponed until the first
The above saleis postponed until the first
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
MondayinNovembernext.
The above saleis postponed until the first
MoTMaydn Declem erp txy ned until the first
monda n Jan fsT tponed until the firal

t"v \ba j y nesx oned untH the Arst
a bior sa hi 0 postponed until the first
Monday in April next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
monday xa May next*
antle 11 s t.PDBLyoned until the first
11. her .116, priest. ned ur.ril the that
hdea i so dle postponed until the flapt
blouday in Augmitnext.
n ada)on?10m"'eposepose nian exa sise
The aleve sale a postponed until the ilrst
Monday in On air n poned until the fant
Monday In November next.
Aging, Sher levDrAV at .


traeler Pe~frsi fanth Holly Laknd. &
pel hi lls edgo idon ent. rdqdsle, he ex
het it ~Si 0

thugicrduosatot vBlwrtus;becmpie,
and exeincdimei relief and has ne
alayfondta effectualTR~ prtci on frmal




Prif estsofr 8 13 ~ Sun Soeueaft~erwr the o~
me 3'ni s j v s s u 0 as na
edrtinedvhr the medildna h Bh ewes


Among the no at unticeable things
o exhibition .. ur Agricultural fair last
weeligwere some (Wh ft4m the fish pond of
Mr Mateniq8 }lilley, .1by were fine
Fpeermena f My, Ifiller's suUeess h.sh
9 e testifies that any one on
raisetheirown fish with.dge labor and it-
emanus.,1i*-Noedarry t o, asse.J.pt.

NEGRO 11UNG.-- 11eS11mn (Ala.) Asue
of Friday, learns that the negro Sain How-

" ::::::::it:':, '::

ga count was tried Wed esd
that county, beforegar jury l" '' .of
twenty-fouralave-holders, and found guilty.

dwascardouthedtobduuigawillioutdelay
Tabdep.


.

DIED, in this city on th 8th instant, at
the residence of her Mother Mrs. TaonAs
DvMMErr, Mrs. TSARAH METCALFE,
age years, ceased leaves three
.orphan children,,an aged Mother and num-
crous relatives and friezids to moran her
untimely loss*

PROBATE OFFICE ST JOHNS COUNTY,
St. Augustille, Octobers 18, 1860.

Proclamatists for Elec-
MOII ,
4
5 Election, for three Elect of President
and Vice President of th aiteh Statesis

ya belorn=1bt*h]uan ny I
4 y not afrkr size her Alas.4a.1 in war a flicath)
e to a ..g Preursent, in the Coun y of SV
Forilt. Augustine 9recinct election to be
a oaSer. u es n ulin tw rtolo
11'er PiculataPrecind (at the llouae of $oseph
C Ferrdel I Idite a Georgg Colee,, Jacob
For Mocasin Braing pr Not (at Collion old
b ngs Insupecto lanv Solano, Bartolo





a 1 ovm hpr ine t Ronld odw
An n
Por at 0 Creelt precinct (at the house of
tob.ert Mickler near the Ford of Sunpson
ranch eRobert Mickler Peter Masters and

in ope a it o'clock A. M. and close at 5
P. 31-
Eleetion to be copduqled under the same rules
and regulations, so is directed by 1,aw for elec-
ting member to Congr
JSO..eL TT PHILLIPS,
Judge ofProbate.
Oct. 18, 1869,
)WAPLE 81764L11.w-Justreedlived.
4.gupt 18., II. It. CAl)4,


,
to exhibit the same within two years; and those
indebted to the Estate are required to make
rammediate pay@ (UNE CAPOILLIA.
ugust II, 18 O 8 Exeofurix.
's
km

1.0 .,,r I I.. I EtonI FT
.. di 1.1 a. .,1 .I . 1. -
, ,,, ,,,,; , ,,, 1*** ',,
having 01 ims agniust ui od to present the same duly sui t...=; J

212
St.eAn ustine, July 28 }860 Ldulinialyttrix


*

A"I no ,th""its:he next
ter of a pompany o facil (ate the Exporting
and IM rr g em Foreign countries) 9

compl7'b, 1860.


a

LL persons indebted to the Estate of James
Ris, deceased are requested to make im-
mediate payment to the undersigned. And all
personsharing claims, against the said estate
arerequiredto present the same within two
years, or this notice -will be plead in bar of
their p O. PE1414ETRA Administrator

July 7-- 1860. Sw

Inland Route
son
C H.4 p. LE 8 TO Nn B. Go
VIA
FICOGlGy aftoidioJ4ville Ghd 411 GH(7 898
on the Reve>*a Permandies Fla. BA.
stannah Ga Itefiangsi Bea -
Art ,8* On
THE SUPERIOR IRON STEAAl


PURNITUTE.PURx1T / a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
a BY

9
(Formly II. ? DEGRiAP,)
IVo. 89BOWERY. Westr Work.
Thisestablishmentissiastodesigheightand
extends242feetthroughtoNd.66Chrishestreet,
Inskingit one of the .
LARGEST PURNITURE HOUSES
in the-United crited
They are aredto offer greatinducements;
to the Who le Trade, for Cast or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
Rosewoo .....
ggag agggy
and alant

E HIRE.
Also, CAga and WooD Sn
ties? HAIR, HUsK SRd SPRDITO El ad
large siteck; Exansk.ED GEAMER FUaggagg
I sett, frafa (|122 to $100.
Jenger Lind and1 Extenslen Post
Bedsleads,


Scir'.11L WORK GUARANTEED AS RE
PF:ESLNTIO.*ggin ,
Pfo GOOde BR OR TUDe. ?
F ensus In Herman lingr


: Mid a crime us
-:r -7
* .


sTohziaherinan, the AGolitionist, Pro-10M. If MMI''S School.
oses Three Chears theDouglas and
hree Oheers for Bell. -:0:-
John Shorman, the endidwte pl the TSR Mather, having secured the servicesof
11olperites for Spentor of the last House of I "a 1. [,blyv 1)it, Geofthel')ensabe]
$epreamentives, in a reced speech said, its in this city, on the 15th of October.
4peaking of Mr. Doug'as: Miss wright la alody arouserior attainments
and of elegant accomplistunents, and has had
*'We[now, let us have three hears for Inuch experience (a training the young. ju(ving
Douglas. (Impiptse laughter, but no boonTeacherof Mathematics <(44 of the Latin
cheers.] Whqqi" anid JUr. Sh@Tman, and French languages in the Female College as
49tro there no Douglas nien here--=-will po Greenshore Georgia, and in the Judson Instb
ch J Ins? He Id tell twe, at Marion, Alabama. Previous to this, she
12 su we h Tun *3cd for tg ouchoors we energrais] fna turn years at Lancaster Penn.,
as T.... In a PI.= Drawing and Painting.-
for Douglas; it as for ilT great service .a. 1 ..gi.= skerches readily from nature, and,
that genr!cumn herd done breaking. up ... c. a n, ... = o the ordinary usedies and the lan.
flee IAmsocratingarly." guages, will give instruction in Drawing, in
Painting of variouretyles, oils, water colors &@
And then, of .Mr.Sell: Miss Mather on confidently reconunend Miss
s*He had answered the qudries of the weightinallshepnerouserthenchoolneasinish.
apwd about the Helper book, and he was ed fe cher, sold an necoinplished hidy; anind she !
tra.s s that her eifortrt in hebalf of education at
0 intuansw r any oil or ion thesoutlo}ma. neerothe Juprotnedon and w n 0
bliernthat-attlill-o hat, Ovedit, and country,
amid, 'yes,. three obeers for Jo n Bell,':... Sept. 8, 18(13. tf.
that he kriew usat distinguished man well
undepprovedhighly of 144Wrotecourse oj- CITY COUNOll..ROOM.
P'ibit ':/=, [.96 he haduot the ghost of a ProtlalRailell for $10011011,,
an..act bar cho Presidency?
Mr. Sherman, %#lp sigged the recom- 5 af is is hereby ordow at bl ehe e


ites in ('un'gu*..4, proposes three ch. ers fr Inspectors G A. I .. .. I.. A., Nods and
Du Ida, *Isrthograntach <.'1. 2.-e.J...n .Is 4 4J. ral el. [,
up flee fl.:n raoratic e. P. 51 .1.>. r.I.:r o

of S6thern es .r ,
Ann liel .: "gpprove Inglely uf I
bole courre of flubbe life
r -
MFoftlist, rsiv *Do le .
41 .
*CURIr.irs I 1016-1 II......., s...-r.... en
aluden 'tal a couple of plows for
1 is suppl .1 Laws illu L., sale cheap, received fr 31r4Moreno, who to ourus of a fur- cast-steel, .1 .. 1, ,, ,,,
tiofof Florida: T Oct. 13, 1860. at IL M NN,
Among the slate inhabitants enumera-
te&. ISill a four d but one in my Distript
v use age exce de leso years. This per. O
pon is a'izilgress nkmed Carlietia Jseslie. LT, persons indebted to the Estate of
tihe informs me that she is 125 years of SAMUEL Pl)INGLE deceased are request_
age. She was born in theStateonies tenomakeimmediatepaymentrothoundersign-
ph a place entled Silver Bluff; h:us ed a. el And all Arsons3ardngaclain e en
recollection Qf the \\'ar of the Heyolutioug ithain o on e or this notice will be plead
pnd remembers the siege of Savaunah in warJAM sretttuNG,
ip', when hu2 eity ,was taken by the Got.13, 1860. Adunnist ator.
British. : ps woman, although so far ad.
ranced aggy6ar.s, is remarkably healthy and

"';:2'.::""! 1,:"l."It':i; Nottee.
Ve of ner own Bon, who is a flee ne- ALL persons having any clients or demands
against the Estate of PETER CAPELLIA,
e tal of St. Johns County deceased are required


o


AMERICAN AND li'OREIGN.
BTEROSCOPIO EMPORIUM,
E A 15 THO 15 W ,

After MO81 t ad0 a 01N RO Dr Y, tw
-e
doorsfrors the St.,Nicholas Hotel.
The Storeoscope is the most instructive, in-
teresting, entertaining, amusing, and exciting
of modern inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow.
ledgoits worth and beauty.
INo home is complete wit ut itand it must
and will penetrate everyWh
1: presents to your view every part of the
world, in all the relist, boldness, perspective,
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
spot.
Photographers are everywhere exploring
EuropeAsia, Afries, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly enriching our stock.
of a ten8Pa t & do gof pdpBro n
Ireland, Wsiles, FranceBelgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud*
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
A ll e8 1 oHdl us ,8tC1h(c anmbngrystol
page scenee, breakfast scenes, pianies, stistu-
afy, &0., &0 An ex aisite anartmenter 111a.
su n i if .,0 reh ,88 d



,, .. ur
I I..grams.rege r..
G or ou cener[vu r



....r.Sc. p .r Tr. y .re
'" ...m.r a ..r..1,a ..ian
th*rg r.- 1... r.g ..lly .r tour 1..= .x,.an,
*Dur...10 2 -im.r as.. I J.*.La.1.11. ..I -1 Is.
1--:-ray..-ri-..*il...tr- r 11....5.:.... a-JLt...mal
s.>.mi as,-.a...... ..t ur. ar..3 m -i..c. IL... pop
cess is a discovery of our own, and beiizg .an-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
sla as a at at a Instantaneous
Among other things we have just published
Stuel n tillnetrat as of th Seeom
hearts reet an interest. The particulars of this
" act 1gian oouf b cofta nd prices will be
forwarded to any address onviceipt of a stamp.
Partiesat edistancesending us S3, 55, 510,
$15,s #pt a nt ea may toeoqdu s nTb7
Expre alone, withoutt instrument) can be
sentby mail.
re 1 t f e hhteo1 eenlarisedderw thing
send us their names to place on record, and
will keep them posted at our own expense.
a en a 3e

structions "How totake8tereoscopiePietures.
E. ANTHONY,
importer and Manufacturer of Photographie
318 ala, S reoscooes and Stereo a View
count are respectfully invited tde make an &
nona on heouhr a k, as our incount to the
Teo hot graphers.-First olaes
stereone tomNdgat ntw dated, with price
of Negative,
31ar..3. En.


THE FIRST DAYOF THE ENSUING
MONTH, SEPTEkil)ER. It will always
zealously, but respectftilly, co-operate with
the Democracy of Florida a maintaining
the principles o the party ri ...E.lir.ilre,


.. .. .. .
are II.r to rr
so a



-,r. me ,,1.. and
p. 3 ..r .>. Parrienlar
e
* -5 "u LO.1- and flake
UL- I L.-usered island
TERMS: a
DAILY OBSERVER. $10 00
WEELLY do 2 50
Postmasters throughent the United States
acting as our Agents, will receive a com-
us sun of 20 per cent on all money trans-

lilARZONl & JONES.
Pensaeola, Aug. 2d, 1860.


"'Costar'a"
"Coalar's" RdRosell,&D.Extermba
Mr
"Costar'st
"Gostar'a" Bed-b E
"Costar's" us terminator.
"Gostar's" Eledtrie Powder,'for In
sects, &0.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Rats-Roaches-Mice---Moles-Gromld M e--
tidne an in 1 1
in short, overyfo and specieze f 8, As., to.




10 Years established in New York City-ase

en 1 -0 h C 8

&o.-and by more diall 20,000 private a -
. lies. 4
Druggists and Retailers everywhere sell
them.

an TWholesale Agents in all the large Cities
swA bfspurious imitations

ag" Addressorde rfor 4- OprJar so Dem
rs"to
HENRY R, COMAR, Plusor-as. DEPor,

5.51 ,Bnonwar, .penises Nicholes H..tel )
so v is. a. can
May 19-1860. Sm.




80 CHA.RLOTT]0 STREET. I
am n p n cit r yns
most splendidissortment of fall and winter dry

o f,
friends accompanied with the cash vill be
rom & Lead at a
M coun friends mqy re y n n it iwill

put updthbgreat care and attenrAionA u
chased atethis house ove 0 nty dolhara

o ente here ist of a few of my large as
DR 7 :& 0 0 1) 8
consisting of Funchbroad Cloth Doe skin
simeresCI ilot OlothsCS tiineus anad K. Bar,

B1sa g FB & d n

me n is a e s
Me ,un 8 t o I o
u pash Gasbrica Sea and Whi F
Nor,

AhRIAGqGU2 no rs a e no
acut 4tir -1, b 5 male arith f male, a
.ag own as so me ru logyr ad;
or p. enu a or oif-k as, undudant a the
a <14. 1
r a data and un sesung waile IL
r b "r dr.. gens..I
.Lil p ag marra pe.,ple, or ..
ag mars, e war.g she






UNFORTUNATE-
No matter what may be your disease, before
youplace yourserrunder the care at any one
ofthenoterious QUAGES-native or foregn-
" of Yoany 's sk 2re
it fully. It idlibothuggahoof saving yeil
many n dellac,74nthealth., audapossibly. your
life.
DR. YO1,ING oan on consulted on any 6f the
diseases described in his publications, at his
Office, No. 41488pruce Street, above Fourth.
Augues 25, I 60. 10
IGS Dates Gum Drops Rock Candy. As to
* ?AE .
April T-186(L '


Wil leave Palatka every Monda night at 12
o'oloo *
6'01 are Picolataevery Tuesday night at 2
Will leave Jacksonville every Tweeday night
at 8 o'clock A,. Af.
2 il11e Pre Pernandiha everyTuesday night at
Will leinve S tratinoA every Wqdaea4sy night
1 o'clock P. M
RETURNING
WilllearaGharlestonS. C. Baturday Go'clock
As Af.

At PalMka Fla. a EGenings
TEASDALE & REID,
6. 1, 1860, 84[,


same.

T E1tweaStok- to onM& .
St. George Street, occupied
by Win. REYES, to whom application may be
made or at this office nearly opposite.
April.28,-1 tf

OIT Y TAX ES.
J will attend at the City Hall to the collection
(_ of city Taxes for the year 1860. Hours be-
tween 10 o.clock and 12 A. 14. Those persons
abo have not made their Returns must do so
immediately, else they v 1 ed ubPe0 x do

City Marshal.
August 25 1860.


EXTRAORDINARY SALE Oil

& OEDP E-15 OfLS -

6 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8!

-- 'aGoldPenattached,
GOLD LOC KE T,

AND A PRE TI IT 5EAC9HOP!RCHASER
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $8.00.

A'"" ":2!"i'"'it."i"""1:'"
elry, &c., and from the umversal satisfaction
g enP allw bsve pa onise4cur house wt
on bus sisf r lanododetman 5yse ML t

p chas g adtleg ate s ,or h rh ey n
TA GO OG D, NthA
ch er beend n t t h
chase, each person receives a Premium of Jew-
elry, less in value than $2, andit may be worth
SS, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 80, 50, or even $300!
NO MONEY RISKED!
We propose to let a person know what Pre-
mium h will receive be redsen ng his money.
ah e article on ere reus their e i

a 1 c iso rndLi } tm Endm m U man I a
th r vi g ican en
choose
Our plan, from long experience in.the above
busineea, has g or t.--.ash r .. n..:-.:1. r.
tirabase can ri ar51o was, go,,.|
,,io.,
.3o'n r -ar, a .Jd is .xiespr.
hu 1.4 3 H more as shough
Tr 21 e. receive a Peaen nod Pe n m.d Pr= ma nic,, r Lxt .
e9ad P lemi ..end .ca Per...J and Per
orLocket,
a on o Pro. an. a a]rs. revisulic.ul. for
Gen eme ed ad SGrebW ch-



so ..., q ... ...

Pins, Gold Rings, &c. &0.
FOR LADIES,
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosaic, Gold
Stone, Qames, Garnet and Coal Breast Pinar
dooE G el eB, inGold 61e f
ea rs, ... w.a.... sustoman...>.
cordeons, &0. &c.
Unexceptionable refereases given-whenever
required.
N. B.-In sending your names, write the
State, County and Tow plainjy, so as to stold,
letters being miscarried ANGLE & CO,.
'102 CANAL STEpil's(iold No.)
NSW YORK






___ ;___~___ __


____s


RECHEP~ sF r61a


I


I


-nIATTHIA R ANDREU *
gROpRIETOR.

~PRICE OF 8tlBBCRIPTION:
TWO DOLLARS2I PER ANNUM
IN ADVAN~CE.
p onTa subvrewinll holaserted on the
foolaringsrms r
Ols~lne 11s tIO r l d~e ln a d



wrriting. staing definitely the nature of the
bsinwessto be ~dvrt~isod. Any advpertisement
not prpolpel cofaected with the business shall
be charged agyarately and also anly excess of
mi~da ~ naute m note mre itd the num-
buaro inaerrions requited w`ill be soutinued
beFr ollars ill be charged for all an.
soncme~ of.0landidates for Otheoe, in d-
arne Obittar DoeiQ48.WalOD LLif GeCa +3 E
li lnphaisaardso istsbll) i



Una quare,. for atr mentain -
Legal or Bas...=-=. i.. is, pr at. u told


application for dismissal as Adminis-1 0
66 llistf Job Printi g, must be paid
andse delivery of h wor .


HRAORD NAl Y SALE OF
GOLDPEN 0 ILS

G 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8!
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached,

GOLD LOCKET,
ror es.ooz
AND A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
1YORTH PROM $2.00 TO 88.00.

A"F el
an
o

!"et /
a GOLD FENCH H GOLD PEN M-
TACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, worth $5
each, which r annot behoughLas anyretailstore
eifyi Wram in as him us 0--
flitto,"I'll'st.%,a" it""isitswors
LO MONEY RISKED!
w.,ns... to reu versomow what Pre-
miumberillreceivebeforesendinghismoney-
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the
above ars eles, oan first send no their name and
address, -tung whether they what the Pencil
and Pen, or Lucket, and we wal maxe their
sewooon...us.comm e...s,,........n was
Premium they are entitled to. They can then
Mosi'"',vues. or musing e. is me,
buOfesps age ne2e Tbee o can
purchaser can sell or trade the above articles
foralitheycosthimandretainthePremium
gratin.
tolin"f'""'i:"At""'C'"fi""I'.'""'
rely upon being as Tairly dealt with as though
es.,usesse.,r.viousessioation.
Any person sending us $25 for our goods will
receiveaPencilandPenandPremiumorLock.
et and Premium, free,
or For ful6particulars eend for a Pencil and Pen
Among ear Preminme are articles anitable for
Ladies and Gentlemen, such as
Gentlemen's Gold and BilVer Watch.
es, son was and anars chains,
son ex vgmestons, Gold

Gold Shirt Studs-plain and with settings:
sold soart rine-new style; sole arease
""*****'ws, as s..
FOR LADIES,
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Afosnie, Gold
stone, cameo, Garnet and coral Breast Pins
and Ear Kings. Gold Bracelets, Gold .Bleeve
Buttons, Gold Belt Slides, Gold Rings. &0. &c.
Also, lishes, 31elodeons, Musical Boxes, Ac-
coueous, &c. &0,
1 norceptionable references given whenever
rew nired,
1. B.-In sending your pames, write the
So te, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid
htters lying miscarried.
Address, ANGLB & CO.,
100 CANAL STREET. told No.) ,
NEW YORE


T. & CHAMBER,8*

PIANO FORTES.
ESTABLISHED IN ASSS)
ggg.


(Formerly Dubois& tod a &Dubois,.
warerooms in the "mble Houseo
Ser. 8th Street & 4tts AVoanes
NEW YORK GITY.

e 1 e t do esxefoot ai
A.B.- 10 actrou&srwithdescr tiour
ah31-1860. O a. 8m
THE PARK
PIRIS INSURANCE COMPANY
(OA811 CAPITAL'
($200 000.

one..--sav watewar. an
sownst.arasse.

,This Company Insures Buldings, Merchan'
iso, Ships, sol their Cargoes, in Port, Houset
or y g stL s PrT 31ge
yO HO I E5 E, a en
WM. JAFFARY, Secretary.
OEO. R. FAIRBANRS,
AgentSt. Afagustine,
June 25
Health and Happiness Secured I
YOUNG 31EN who are suffering from the ef-
eats ofael&nbuse, can be surely and permanon-
ly restored by using.g
The Concentrated Caire !
& OMETATIFAND POWERFUIs REMBDT 70B WRE.
use otTas
',PROCREATIVEORGANS*I
-gispreparedly; -
AltmilNENTPETMMOF'Humarl
And has long been known here so
THE ONLY REMEDY
That would surely and permanently restore to
aNeturalBLateofHealthandVigorperson*
weakened by excess, or b7
THE INDISORETIONS OF EABLY YOUTH.
This preparation is not a BTIMULENT, but
A PURELY REDICINAL REME=

The allReted are invited to try it.

Send for c a as* r ad refully, nad
thenyonwill send for the medicine-
PRICE PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
Opabe sentbymail. Onevialwilllastamonth.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
E* CRUGER, AGENT '
Ko.742 Broadway, N. Y.
]'ot Add by Zhwggirl Everywhere.

QUACKERY EXPOSED,**
A valuable Medient Treatise on disease any
weakness ofthe SEXDAL ORGANS, by
A FRIEND TO THE-PEOPLE.
For Bale as above. Price 12 Cents
Should be read b rybody. *
September 1, 8 1
7*


PAILS
BRooms,
FLUID
GAMPIllNE, CANDLES,

DATES, JELLIES,
AND FIG8, PRESERVES
Jan. 7. B. E. CARE.


HAVANA

SE AE$!
.
Nr. RO GERO ]
( BENE T' 8 CO RN E It )

fland3er leading Brandofthe day
Dec.5. Imac examinefor yourselve'

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE..
300Aeressituatedabout8milestrom8t*
Augus:ine fla., and one mile from boat
navigation. This tract is heavily tim-
bered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
is adopted to the cultivation of any erops grown
in the southern country. Alto 80 acres of Land
situated about 17 m les south of St. Augustine
pt'r"ficaned Fish's. For f to p t ulars
St. AugMtine, July 14, ]880. '

IIRtS & Caps,
FALLMASHIONSARE0177.

]3hrokelQosecarryingaway
me oTe slchange like a
borrymust owman yHat it
and ze
on v ious very bod m8j r
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing
fr3om a, stove-pipe down to a cheone, wzth Broad
B atShortB DrintsC 1 and1el no
Murphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaunty

nd t e a is v rulat r:
always slept in his has. So hurrah to mhan we
Nov. 12. T. NELSON

JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ
MERCHANT TAILOR.
WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, that he is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him win.. He La
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most thshionable Goods, such as superior
French black. blue and brown Cloths, blackDoe
Skin, and .J.Lucy Cassimers, Ventings, Neck
Ties, &c.
All orders executed in the beat style of work-
manship, for cash only.


EI'][\T S 8,

DY PEPTIC REMEDY g

E ISs' Dyspeptic
Remedy has the lar-

geSt sale of any use
dicine in the world*

100,000 packages
asoldinGeorginand


fourteenmenths. It

is warranted to

cure, if directions
are followed, any
ORSe of Dyspepsia,

LIV 0 P DISease,
Jaundice, General
Debili Pl *
ty, a pita-
dOn, Chronic Diar-
cea, Gid iness,

Depressed Spirits,
LOSS of Appetite,

Pain in the Side and
Back. Itisspecial.

Ty adapted to Fe-
Bl&le COmplaints; it

prOdHCOS Rotund-
ity Of FOrm in FO*
IBRieS Of R Thin and

Spare Habit.
Every invalid
Should tr / One
Pack e.
ag
W. W. E SS & CO..
PROPRIETORS,
3 Eroadlwas New York;*
.For sale $1. At satise b
a 9 If
y g 9 ggy
1 A ril 14-1860.
FOYS I TOYS I /
A large variety of Toys for the Holidays.
(,Nova lS T NALSON(


K ERO 8 ENEOlLI
THENEWYORKKEROSENE GILCO.
(EsTABLIsHED 1854.)
zn a nehthatanhanotnjemin er a imh 0
now .names to oarer is to to trade s

The att ntREDUCED PRICE. etfull
called to the sulgoined table, e rsepsells of
Colomtetrical eo in8, band adetFelbent
1860


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
E ANTHO 5 7,
808 Broadway, New York.
After May let, 1860 at 501 BROADWAY, troo
doors from the St. Scholars Hotel.

te$iast, X ill g mi gin ct)ix igin-
of modern inventions.
int lTe noodounganeofuftoool one too
ledge as worth and beauty.
'\ < sentedo g q3dens re or th
nd sharpness of detail, as if you wese on the
otographers are everywhere exploring
r ,As ,Af "irAmerica instead of
.0. ..... l..o. .m. b .



Foutsixbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt
Athens, the lfoly Laud, China, India, Crystal
Palace-also Groups flistorical, amusing, mar-
ringe scenes, hreakfast scenes, pie-nies. statu-
a ed, 1ctoriAn exqu)s ecassort e of 11
Cathedrals of Fiance, Italy, ke., &c. The ef-
of thesfilluminated views is mos1remark-
Every gentlemail of wealt and refined taste
shouldhave inhisdrawingroom some of our
a s IT go r
uq an n.r no ni at

h n Stereosco aws
Lak:ninthefortiethpartofasecondandevery-
thing no matter how rapidly it may be moving

alue o2o the beauties oA animate natu

nd n soo i lo id obs oung u
Paria large orders tof Anthony's Instantaneous
Viel ougA j2 db published
Stereoscopic Illustrations of the Scene of the

e i e ee e us oThi
fotOw r yd rac ipt on wt a
arties at adlistRDOO Bending us SS, $5, $10
sea, or enn save a good instrument
and su b pictures as they may request, sent by
E irces alone, (without instrumeist) can be
sent by mail.
re Parties to inhh hbnee ,
send us their names to place on record, and we
d)11 t .1sem po d u1rloo n most
fascinating and delightful amusement.. We are
prepared to ilt out sinatetire wills everything
80Cussary for their Buccess together with in-
structions **Iiew to takeSteEco o9e 10ictures."
Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic
Yalerials..'tereoscopeeandatereescopicView,
Way" Ahrounts from every section of the
country are respecifidly invited to make an ex
amination of our stock, as our discount to the
tra7eo r.,braphers.-FarLL *TI
""""'" """""-,
Sedd by ran Da print unmounted, with price
of Negerise,
"" 4m.


PI.rBNITU'lBLAUSN12Uht
WHOLESALE AND RETACLf
BY

9
(Formly II, P DrongM,)
Wo. 87BOWERY.New York.
This establishment is six stories in height, and
ext db'& ch ughtoNo.03Christicatress,,


G dTS FURNITURE HOUSES
ri ex are prepared to offer greas inancement.
heizedVl lessiedraidae for use or Tune.-
ROSewood,,
MahogARY,
andWalnut
PARLOR AND OHAHillyR FUR--

Also, CANs and WOOD BEAT Work, all quali.
tice; HAIR, liusK and SPRING MATTRESSES, a
liergo stock; E.vAMELED CHAMBER FUBEATUR>.,
i sets, from $22 to $100.
Jenny 0184 RHd EAlenglea Post.
Bedsteads,
5 feet wide, especially for the Southern Trade.
e i .facilities for manufacturing defy com*
MilaYALItWORK Gl*.1W.I.JTECD AS AZ>
PRESENTER *

I

..Nor usann. nn To me floal FAll.v.
Rsts cons uor ar turm ustma re a.as.


1.88'3-


Reli ble or lers from the Trade, by Mail ex

DB Pearl treet, N Y.
fe o no i lia d ator < V 51o81
p., G. . ... ... .. d Burn-
N, . 17 at -
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co. and all

. ad sesaca tiate Oct. 10. Sm


"Costar's"
"Costar'a" Rat, RoaOh &c.Eltermi
tor.
Costar's"
Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator


*e Electric Powder, for In.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Rats---Roaches-Mice-Moles--Ground Aff
Bed Bugs-Ant bloths--Mos ult -Fe
-Insects on Paints, Fowls, Aniu$sis oes eas
in short, every form and species of Ac., Ac.


a
10 Years established in New York ity-used
y st-OKlee-the City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamers, Ships,
&e.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholas"
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private fami-
D As.
Sir ruggnsts and Retailers everwhere Bell

$ii$" Wholesale Agents in 11 he large Ciues
and Towns.
*EEWAltE Of spWrious ingt&HORS.
as- ex.oo s..upte Boxes sent by .11si
III Address order rfor Gircular to Dea-
lers"to
B ARYR, COS Rozz

LD BY B. E. CARR
My 19-1880.





n prdO REE
of this Annent city and St. Jo us county
8 end dalsortinent ortau and winterary

it




Stus
Osf on 1 pnchm. .48 amours
purchance at this Louse crer twenty dollars
will be allowed a five per cent. off, for cash.-
a to offist at a few or asy large ...
_Dn vco ona
consisting of French broad Cloth, Doe skin Cae
9""Torit?"?,a... 0.0..<,,.,,, x. ...
Alerinosofalloolnon F 8 np es full,
grey Blankets, negro Blankets, English nee,
uses, Makinaw Blankets. Neg K ori-
mach Prints. Ladies and mis sHE eq
Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cloaks, Blud th
us..... o.... so,,..,,.,,,,., ,,.,,,;=us
English Cashbrics, Red and WhitoFlannehi ana
z, wra.aus 3

ARRIAGE GUIDE-Beir.g a (.elease r.
i.e.tursur murrsedpsst.rseon*0.***
at...t calemarned, b.wh male .and lenal...a
':1-10 ","?CM 't it--
or prevenuon of off-apring, includia all tL
newdiscoreviesndver before givenin the Ea.
glish language, by WM. YOUNG, hi. D. This
Isreallyavaluableand interesting work. A
is written in plain langtgge for the genera l
reader, and I illustrated with numerous En
stemTlating uz married eople, to thor*
impediment to married life, shoulndg read this
book. It diECIOses secrets that every one should
8it2t? is"'d "e t"."i'"' """
will be sen tear one on the nei -to unea
ess DR. L UUN No. 416 MPAUCE St.
ip ra.
as,, we cit?@"," 'd eT es ATEo
you place yourself under use care or any one
of the nolorious QUACKS-native or foreign-
who advertise in thisor any other paper, ges
a copy of eimer of br. Young's Books nied lead
a catentily. II, will be the meansof saving you
many a dollar,>ourhealth, and possibly your
life,
DR. YOUNG can oe cousulted on any of the
dbeases described in his publications; at his
office, No. 416 Sysuoe Street, above Fourth, a
August 23, 18tio. at
3166 Dates Gum Drope Rock Candy, &e. &* -
15. E. CAR ,
April T-180q,


Olarap Goods.

idEAL,
DUCKWHEAT,
' CHEESE, ,
LARD,


I'RIPE,
scATsur'
=^*=:
COFFEE,
y.gyzyg, ,
CONFECTIONERIES,


sEGaRs,


PIPES,

son,


bPril 1J--1860s


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UOKIE GPEUIILY,


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TUAN ANY K[NOWS EMEL.


PAL &

Every Draggist and Country Merchant should keep
asupply of this valuable Remedy, noL only from the
leathtro7y dfrs qsalu a n
seempdenho especial and pecuniary interest of as
For salein St. Augutine by
B. E. CARE
April 14-1860.




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