Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: October 27, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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-EQUALI'I'Y IN THE UNION AND NOTHING LESS


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.ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. JIdHN'S COUNT'BY, FLORIPDA, SATURBBDAY


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..rsandon.-u seen as sense. or obs
.a. not I e.s... ri of.ve. rers, .*4
'ressireasse..ared, assas so IS%, Jons15ma.,
thou a new to. In etnagans, wonday.szest meal-
'asman.;daraPuses*taskatisaptosh
"-1; e..esprea am a resumal to.unus Kansas
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** 1***0..5.6 **greas'and **pam Consum."
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peated sta clast w
pul>He thathe WUlliaD COALE Wrtg
si is,
Latit6eremembered, that Joax Sarr.hasists
ly been interrogated by acommitte4 appointell
of 1 eg ed c ab ceaventioadt 6
in favor ofthe protection ofthe righteofala e
,,f an na nqhn & r
LeLitheremembered, hat Joax Bar.r. was
proninentyspoken ofasnosedidate for the
e erel' no eationatelalo
party which nealinated Joag JE is, astoras
c usto r th as
he (Jason, andone enroreementor the awa
y is i o mr 1
a
e .anor he we unly cand
she this suna Eowsaw
a eu..r w long .after-
was a swears




ass see as scans
Leedsberemembered. t EDWARD EPWBart
votenor a resolution a was congress
oughtto take rueasures ch theabolitionet

on na a i s as
ot humanity, mentains damsuse, annua can
on, /sa usi *3
acuageseni ricotoambia.
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Ti/to a or mere
Let it herawnsured, seas towans avanarr
vowa ter nesolueson doolaring that ne new
as we sh su necestwo on sinstand into the Union
*** cautione trust or a wa skstasit

Letithereasusband, that Esirino Exanars
a 1 2i 2r ab to
eviiour a es outween the 8 stoo or the
he i oric e our a sMy>wo i
3usnes.
in on to or st @
us hope can as wata reasitate to roof ,
ad he a se not only failed, otH v4fened to d:F is.
I.,at a tra venanaered, that Joan arts., 4t ron.
nessee, a native of a slave State, but idl his
see10.14.*iriendsud ally or too Notta ha
ea t to a a > a a

paragrapas.
can a a as themiaMthe ra
IMroIRANT Postortsca Rasuratrom
-It will be seen that after abi Arst of
Novusaber all loansidomaniahuar.v.x.x ra --
be sent, to the Dead Letter o$ee:
PostorrzozDanarxamixOct.8,1860.
Whereas, by the not of 84 March, 1865,




courtesy, his hitherto, acconexderable lphop
and expense, notifsed shopardesaddressed,
in all instances in which the writers failed
to prepay, that their lettersArould be fore
warded on receiving the postage due there
on; and whereas insteadof diminishing, the
number of such lettersoonsionatoincrease,
One owing & at the omission to prepay
is intensional, it is therefore ordered that,

6m a 8 ehr pa lo sers a ev be a
Dead Letter Office, to be disposedpt I kg
manner as other dead letters.
J. HOLT, Postmaster Gou

litar The weesorn grain eropis so large
thatitis supposed the railrolidit irdl lee
busy all wider bringing it eass


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8 ral. .&..3 ul cl., J but a between
La. ... ,ad Ll..0,i.ns, Musan instre to.u
revised by Mr. Lincoln since lik nimina.
cioptor the presidency, pages28, ZA. Bal-
nuin P. Chase, twiew elected governor of
Onio, and elected last winter United States
senator from mat State, by the black-repub.
liana party, was presumed with a silver
g-itober by the ungrountCinchilation the
gil of Play, ]$4&. In response to the
presentena, he said: .
*-lo winst II.ne-dorieleannotelaim to
havemadhousau., p:cuhar consideration
as use e,1u. people n .. a pn.ne and
unct ties a 1..< u se asity, trus frsas one
esp., a .. ... ..Is jud so...I
acadein virtue of their m.mdb>d, enal
to every original right enjoyed by any oth

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.0 a ed as any so is a rou.u

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..Nov York the color d man is re-
atrictedasto the right of suffrage by a
property qualification. In usher res eats
the same equality prevails. P

ry j h h
clause of the consitution which denies to
a portion of one colored peqile the right of
autfrage.

ab**True democracy mshes no inquery
civ rear so{e 8, 0 or*ir ta1se f
condition. I regard shoreforeshe exclusion
of the colored people as a body from th.:
elective franchise as encompatible with true
democratic principles."
We believe Mr. Lincoln claims to be the
author of the **irrepressible conflies" idea.
:\t least, we find him giving is utterance in
his apaech at Springfield, Illinois, on the
17th of June, 1858. We quote from the
volume of Debates between Lincoln and

Do nee, Ia l. 1 L o sai r annee
a policy was initiated with the avowed ob-
ject and confident promise of putting no
end to slavery agitation. Under the opera.
of that policy, that igitation has not only
a tcease at is onsta dynaugns ted.

emis shall have been reached and passade
non deil th ern

endure perinanently half Wave and half
free. I do not expect the Union to be
dissolved; Ido-notes on the house sofoll;
bixt I do expect is will cease to be divided.
It will become all one thingor all site out.
er. Either the opponents of slaver will
arrest the futher spFead where the pubha mind shall rest in the be-





In his Chicago speech, July 10, 1858,
he said:
"If I were in Congress, and a votoshould
come up on a question whether slavory
should be prohibited in a new Territory, in
spite of thelired Scott decision, I would
vote that it abould.o

ElklANCIPAtlON SOilaws.-Js is stated
that there la a grand emancipation scheme
now in embryo in Western Virginia, which
will develop itself in the course of the
ensuing winter. The movement la to have
for its leader as distinguished gentleman
from Eastern Virginia, not regarded as
partienlarly soaud upon theolovery question
for many yeare past"-Clacianati Gu-
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any definiteor positive declaration of prin- will be indignantly rejealed by all. States, and inis the existence of' this great
oiples, by the first named candidate, he I have lo sked at the Platform of the ad. Let that renders all such pretended on u-
points us to his record, and I have gone to vocates of BRECICIPTitlDGE, and 160t] it (2 H ,2 7
it, and such a mitas of contradietions has National, just, and therefore .Constitution. 13, 1855, if r. Seward said :
never Kefore been made by aSowthern man, al. It sets forth in plain and simple lan- .
he has opposed African slavery by his guagetheg9eat truths upon which the unl. Ilis otmadnevercambeperpet
C votes, speeches and writings, as well as sup- fabric of thja Government was basedy it fully nud.Inwfully under this Constitution.
porIs.1 it,; he man I. pl. ... 5 ..pison abo do. re to forth he 5, .un.y solds, that we ar.: ^ ..r it mil sock line -0, at...n or also than
Alig'llStiltP, 00Pillit are..of thesq........0....,< or us.. Ga. .) "**vi8 "**''"'.I"*** **** ,,,,,3.,,,,,.,2,as..; I inare ournare,
Sea.ean.Jinessurtere.Jac.*.el.Lels:.Ir-, a ..ammit. on r.Lrat d.....e, s... s.n use LD
Saturday.October27,1960. isbysaym;a.,e..,s.r.n-us..iudo,,.,,,, unuyounedna.1pote.t..a...us.. 1.uk IIis Lj1 1 11., E"OU
Ly past.p*.1 r..rol.I. r ar.uas she.. Ir ..:mi) I as 1..-, -u.I. is size I.,an k...... ..r un A ..ar. A ...s, in los p. 1. In she S.*n le.
a g( gy, Je any;qualir- J a..lau, is <.11 .< us. ...au Ga.,u, or ina .. ..an maple Imj M ar la 11 146 J, ll 9 inf irJ tbroutens the

Desiring to can itu II our powd di=vie**, on rat* rhb. m.11., c. ul-J n.
toth nee. softl.,-den... .0 iflks.anets. "'1 wouh a from my mour.ry ..... bc proggl.aup n he a us **Winu II.i-r.newer .,all 6: poses, i
ab th are.n.J fed..rd, w.. mp..se missue this vi.1 0 r so a .nt... ..11..ppear can she.]s o -f *I.s- u..
she l'se.min**r for th.3 Canyn ga emus.-ne 7 5 ..aust th Judy a she U.nous as a .*.>...(-1..< .g. 1*o- up "
ing else its of Au.*uit tell air r 11.6 Action .un a rate,,,,sla..I .,g &* -. Wgh, 8- 89Ward a=zsigns.*ra U.e I ar uI w-u who... II..
t..milaw subscrib*.rs for, (,,ca. A a. .4 n:-_nitor e.......E or sh. He (Senflor.. asJn...ape-...Ind. reredin Uns..nal.ulic.vintralrdivery. other rl.a
we do cl... iterely. from mi *Lei* E ".-la.,- up 0 I..s .... ra l..IJ. N ftyper 48.50, aoJ us,.. es ady. peaceful urnsla of st.( . le*I instinu.4 1- cuLru ec)3-d innadage: poline..I c us.s, be removed by endust,
successel our wulthy cusadvian.5, 0.* -
aspporL ofthemapagnit price.10.80 5-.10:1 the luct tu g*:iracy 1, 1.1, L.eeperg. **II all is.... Queue n*.1, re one ca.s ruits*st.ary offo.1, and wuls ce-mpemution
in theconsess, we upset, 11.00 all good -le,,,. Seagator Douglas seems to me edf*be 0 1.71. s y; ., ,,., as., d ,,..j u s] wokether the UN ON SILlLL HI-' DIS
earals mil .1 kas hitnr tras:a lul....5110, of those disapposinted trian who, as in *'1 ..11 m... Led eq.nd 0... SOLVED, aud civil wars ensue, bragging
phe cauvas, by ola..ining and sus.1.up u. eased 1... Bur..u, 1,..-'" ,' us a nor I.,i.inal e so...<.: ear on nolent but complete and immediate
the slamesof numerous rd.e....1,er- foa th.. ruk II..! C..w.rry. e..elt al. lb In su.. r us>.. laws 1... co,, emaneapotters. now arrived stabat
campaign. than this they can not d.:, I .a sus.r pr 12.,<, any ss a 11..: -aug .s.,.....I e.... Is..... t... ....11. stage when that a so e n. be forcseen-
19e wilisay further, that if there ana l.2.y ~ leart..: 8. ......ry, .3:,..o r ...../as 2 .st e. Isler, sc g when we must foresee it. .,IL is di:ectly
true BRECKINAIDGEland LANE men 112 LI.*. [nintipte ral H.0, a0s grams.ar t upu.. E tootatus a i!L.Indard before US. Ir. ghadow askpfg us.
a ty or outif it, who are unable to pay f...r ....8< case. el.:.co.r.I.s of 1,* II. On ris in 6, 15 >.*, 5 nas.,r Speaking of the stolen of ranawayslave,
shascampaign pi.per, if they will re:,w.a s..I.:nce1.:a.e usal.at, 0..: ri Ir..( ..p.r .J.ofs kthus spoke in use William II. Seward thus instracted his
their summesatthec.IE.:ewewillseud:1.urn ly in ar.;als..4, -1auld L. --sra....-,. In party:
the framister till easier II.< el.:ob.*D FRER. the owner. By his theory a Legislatute 1 0,,,3tfju tr r..i sound, but ra -c.ubs * Pi' **Eveni n cordial igeleume
on thesesernor.. is Democrat storise, duty, maydeereethat, the ortuar sh01 me prey. a-au evit:tisassil suit ar tothefugature who lays his weary limbs at
t're E.comise all be irs use brands of his slave in a T..rritery, and.1.y 1 ty rhe law of rugure and of nations_ your door, and defeud him at you would
every BRECKINR.lDGE apd LANE IDalk ill ifOD8 tiloll88Eli un n naky at ye .. 11 uf pitaprr J 5.1 dates falls to, th your paternal gods.
the country. Let us seewhatcan be done. Im, me, II ou; .nl nue.s, by no ,aunal i;br ar ana who a qu. In thedo I a on rtii loans erne a neryluss

(cORMUNICATED.] Pe and ]Who I sy, -u 0 a lla d0onstic b released, and ..u);1.aucto be relanq >.n-
The Wfsh of an Old Iran. r, a w uk bc .au he a .<. L .0 2, t reply, th still. ed." * **\ua win a bring the
Mr. EDITOR'--*-1 haVe lived longer LARR n dae ,est lot,,'.g.,t-on M ST BE YOLD, parties of the country igo a ecive u,;
theaverage, allotted to my race, thanks to on 174 IP r be a s. r.pugn.elar to e law or unsure gression upon al.very."
agoodconstitution and tunporate living. .Ps ariduations. .\sa r.analy.r heTunp.ogaClevehod

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Alggs most aban r* go g LT colu The leader, d bive .n blu fool t thi* uk 4 to 1... tsalad .<.1 1 lis has tu th
stucean appen 8 8 the representative, ofthat rinciple of alkli words,, lastresorttodefendhimselfandhiefiberty.
more dangerous to the existance of P The other is that which puts into his had
Union. At last the issue is as fairly pre- tion which bus been growing upon us for Still again, in his speech in the senate, the balls, and tells him in every exagency

::;'t.:::7.b def U loi 8 ed to am, satdo a St Am ne 11 r e a d siSemn unn aude us efeind sis irighou a t ze bato He
t to unrantees of a written Constitution, or exists, than ever before This party, at Court. have the perfees liberty as well us the per-
its a nihilation, is fairly placed before the the North has by its rapid and ouward "The Supreme Court also can reverse its jI'ight to establish ag e user awhion
American people in the present contest; progress, absorbed all other parties, and rui sejudgrnonceauo e easily han we man rather, I dosay u must put auto every
that such is the issue is undeniable. ""H =' te am old idea. It is now to a people TreUnitedStartes never can, usan's hand-not into time hands of one-
I am 4 Burn a L.rawlar or Fot house ( smen . I willre n of ithe Fede n Ttut lbs b ra encip ee the ballot; or th r fema is Te
politicians or do I wish to break squares When once in possession havin unlimited arp r. Let the court recede. Whether i so that every man shall be equal before
avith my neighbors, by calling them hard > 8 recedes or not, toe deallreorganize t/secourt the law in his power as a excuen. ALL
names, or by disputing with them, in rtc power disregarding the plain est provisions and thus reform its political sentiments our) M EN Sif ALL 11AVE THE BALLUI,
gard to political questions, such is not my of the Constitution, being in the ascenden- prac:taes, and bring usesn into hannony Ott NONE) ALL MEN SHALL HAyE
object in speaking a few words of adinani- ey in both branches of the Federal Legisla with the Constitution and the laws of na. THE BULLET, OttNONE. [Applause ]
tion to them and *to ask them to ture, and having the patronage of the Ex. ture." By these remarks, we learn that, Mr.
follow me, white I tell them, briefly,;the contive at its disposal, it can try with a To the sameeffect is the address of the Seward notwithstanding, he isa Senator of
reasons, which havoinduced metolay aside tolerable degree of certainty, its policyof republican.State convention of New York, the United States, sausu a as so pro-
party distinctions, and go for the Constitu- abolshing Slavery by a alow and mild in Oeleg 146(: ped) apd defend it.. Cu a of the
sion ofru country. process. By giving out itsi of$ ea men "It(@ que of the most lamentable fea- Unied States, J.r.,assip footrine,
When started in life, I was induced to, ads, t legradu use a or sl. 3r demoau degenerael that egeoes n in anado annen, ifdhey
sad did rose with the Whigs, I acted with 9 > judice, and frdm the seat once honored by
I til finally, the turning loose of Four 31il. Jay, Rutledge, Ellsworth, and Marshall, now box, afould have a musket placed in their
that party, and agreed w th them upon lions of slaves upon the whites at the stralisa its egailty through the steve of sec. hands to murder those who refuse them
manyof the issues which they made will' tionalism, in accents as barbarous as they these rivile 8.
the Democrats, but with the loss of CLAY South, upon terms of equality with our. p ge

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01 b that d party seeks to do away with our Constitu- legitishey sequence to the effor ts that hive Lincoln delivered a speech at ye aria, Illi.
stand day then, t 1 tional rights iitiorder to fasten upon the been rest forth to sectionalize and pack a nois, in which he used the following kn-
fender of the Constitutional rights of my Goveapment this odious policy, borrowed hil.au Idr.. <....Il was onee can trebbe ree- guage:
from, and fostetedbypreat Buitain. Ibe- p a on >..it we me not "What I do sayis, that no man is good
Constrymen. I;eseninal many of the lead r...f this party .1: H.au runnir, New York, in 1858, Mr. enough to govern another man without the
I have noticed particularly, the career are name emn.issaries of the British Gov Seward uttered the following, which, we other's consent. I ny this is she leading
of publie;men, who noted with the Whig ernment as their and th of think, is not "faithful to the Constiention principlethe5HEEt ANGHollof Amers-
HjY"before is dissolution, aba ago great policy e policy and the Union," and which, we thinks (a can repubtwaness. Our peelaration of
I aler has come forward to defend its mean- that Government, are identical. Will not pre7eminently incendiary:" Independence says:
such a coure of %ond et, beget strife and a 4 "We hold these truths to be self evident





pglittent arena, and its advocates murdered destructive raissance? Therefore who meral, mistake the case altogether. It is crnments are instituted among men, derilr
en d b $1 differed ameog us at the South, will aid and aber an irrepreirsible conflict between opposing ing eir just power from site consen
ith eahnem; TETes to a eto d ite'hands in such a disastrous undertaking? Is there and enduring forces, and it means usat the t.ef# luoted so much at this time
any difference between being an abolition. United States mustand will, soonerorlater, merely to show that necording to our au.
in the blood of human beings, because they iss, and a traito and accepting fa- .become entirely a slaveholding nation or cent raith, the powers of Government are
were born in another country and worabiped & entirely a free-Inbor untion Either the derived from the consent of the governed.
the Creator according to the dictates of vors from the hands of those who are b?* outson and rice fields of South Carolina, Now, use relation of master and slave is
their own consciences. With this party I lived to be engaged in such disagroutul a.n ] abo Sugur pidblububb **I a**dit*Infl&, W fro 1400 34 00181 Wolution u a sumagic
did never vote and it has passed away, and conduct?. The love of moday warh seas taumately be oiled by see natuc. and Char- The master not only g 1.< ..ace
seeks to hide its deformity under a new men, is a powerful passion, in the majority learn and New Orleans be.auns marts for without his eo seat, but he -a tal a by
name, but has failed to change the names of men it is the ruling pnesian, and there t use mero atnd a a 9, ra is etC ho8seet wl ierule pa 4 tbur ad,-.*, 1"
of4kosesake stoodby it as dae best means of may be some, so lost to every principle o and New York must again be surrendered low ALL thegoverned an EQUAL YOLCE
serely their Omntry. honor, asto accept money, in the shape of by their farmers to slave cultureandto the IN THE GOVERN.11ENT; and that, ag
There are now four- parties in the field oSicial emoluments, even here, in our prdduction of slaves, and Boston and New that only, is self-government."-fLweirs
John Bell, and his advocates, Senator AmieutCityfrom an abolition President iYo obecTreonee8m enmarket orier a LifoofLincolupage279.
Douglaeand his advocates, Lineein and and Cabinet, put in power by the emesa- failure to apprehend this great truth that Again, in his speech at Chicago on the
hisadvoostesand Breckiaridge, and his riesofEnglandbutIam led to believe, indicesacunny nusume.eful mou.pt.* to 10thofJuly,1858,Mr.Lincolnsaid: .
advoottes; I have in vain sought to And and hope, that amon mature reflection it final compromme bowns.u 0.6 slawe and Lee <<5 should like to knoir it, taking the old
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,. OCTOBER 27, 1860. 8.Y.

Doolarationoffadependoneewhich.declares LET ITBB 831 IMS IBM
tbut nil men are equal upon principle, and can i da
here Will 1 pl88, for t edroe of QB
why not .co r -0 tweMile not men i some shus voted see too.
other man a 11 1 .. .J ..*2run a is not the Lett &erentenaberd, that whenator this set

dite n tests t a. I lookisin red you e 4 ,Jo
as to do it ? If it is not truel let us tour n ,anir.an.a Joshan Giddisparsals
* ur [i.'s r **N... ..... j La us err;-:k Let de ressenabwe rhas Joax Bsar.:Wated
sonmen, ......1use it a men agaasurerep.auafameamousur.enal..p.
Le.... dt-e..,d :.11 tha..<.ugeousimalso us..asuricomproudso--and

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.One would suppose from the desire mani.
festod fly the cabinet of England, to pr<*
vent interference his the p..rt of rhose wbo
inayneck to revol lonize those countries
and reduce them to our system, that their
policy was that of neutralsbut the opposite.
is thee e 1 government is seeki

grasping polley upon those contricsitself.*
The English cabinet rails agaimat the
Slave trade, nod has exiianded millions in
Its suppression; this English party in the
United States, takes up, and reiterates the
sentiments of its mor archied rulers, andi
our government is required to expend mil.
lions in its suppression also, and yet the
Slave trade is to day more flourishing than
ever before, and the people of the non
Slaveholding States are those interested
in it; there has not been a single instance
of the capture'ef a vessel belonging to a
Southern city or the landing a car
Slaves in a Southern State within the past
1.,1-,. me al** OThis English cabinet is
cr::-s....i .0 11..3 cooled trade, which is bat
anot her species-qf Slixves, and has sought
the ranosi.m, approulof and p2rs .n


W~~-Leers....JifGORIE o~rniTin


bnainessupon the Docket was not Inrge
and but little upon the criminaY culoudor.
-,......-----
Florida 'Trodgiitions.

We are indebted .11 Risil' I
ofthieOityforabottle at us. us um.:'
the product of his own ris Also a
quantity of dxied gs, equal tonny import

t go a n rra < de d tl2
an alightene experiments to test e
eupabilities of our Floride soil and climate.
Ifeisonewho believes that the Soutli >
whethisr in or out of the Union, ishablehto
supply her own wants an< e runni is
faith by his works. On his grounds in
the north partofthq Oity, he is producits
in his characteristic unostentatious manne,
results which the bulk of on citiseas will
do well to study undemulate.rp


Citizens shou d a eO ins, each night
before closing their houses Jo see that all
their servants are as home, unless absent
hytheirpernrissionandifany servants of
oil...shiefoundatlatehoursintheiryards,
th..-? should be handed overtotheauthorit-
ies. There is too nal ch. reci\ssness in re.
pard ac, auth matters and great evil is lia-
LI: i., i.-uR Care'should be taken to
,rs,. rv.. rs ants from demoralization by
eg oil ca as ,These ar= imaps to wh...1,
was i.8 le tole- us..unt .11.1[.'.:-13,
en.; e...u s.I s edition. It was but the other
,4,y unt .se uple of Abolitionists welle
wassetc..i and hung in South Carolina for
inciting the negroes.to insurrection as will
be seen by an article copied from the'Char,
lesson Muremy in another part of this pu.
per,
What have th3he who support Bell and
Everett to say of this bold efforttoinstigate
rebellion, murder, rapine and every hideous
outrage, so near our own borders ? How
long will they keep aloof from the only
party which stands firmly by the cause of
Southern safety ?

Sixth ofN mb
Only one other numoe f oure per will
be issued before the election, and the
present is the last which can reach our
distantsubscribersere the present politionl
contestaballbe decided. To such webyg


nen e t us of 1 1"
Whatever may be the. general result, the
h d of beloved Florid
. onor an glory our a are
in our own hand#. To her citizens is.con-
fided the trust of keeping her Sag high ad-
vanced and her esoutcheon stainless and
bright. Let us labor one and all, for the
:orkdit of our Stite. BaECKINILIDGE


Thebonushases...case.:tor..udth. .co-
mortal document referred to for purposes
of admonition or self rebuke. She has
lived up to its letter and its spirit. Sco-
tionif y. alia.s and geographical actJo -1..1
noloriginatewith her.. Those who have
violateJ theinjunctansof Washingt n

re that the steps which lead inevitably
to dbunion were first taken. The great
leaderof the revolution could not have
more clearly .r..l papl;, ill, condemned
In hieh the
thatNorthera:nuaraciil L-. w
Slave States are outraged, insulted and
must soon '.e*IInve.u in self defence to a
separate politicid existence, had he been
endowed with the highest spiri prop e-
oy" f 01 b 11 el
T .0 or rer o so. a ove wi soure

outhe wrotags of the Sout me
,

I ast ishe has seldoto littele pu pose thathich
it is the object of her communication to
recommend\ Gen. W1siumayou recog
nized that praidaely the course whiclx
character p N..11,ash Republicanism
could haveno .rts.:r .,-u.abs.. the dissolu~
tL F *\f d.e Cert.:sa Tr ar.,< a .. preclude, if
7 .staJv, a>..1, hou a...s 1st 4 fanaticisur
t a 1.. ral...l la.- 1.r.:ss,11 .....ee nodnot to
on ) :rudin. ....L.....:...,u to ills whiciz
w 1.<=...... can .us...ma to cu3.ace
a rsha...tt shot utir"few oor.esp.eds art
carried a Southern heart in her bosons.
Ferchancashois a mother. At least is
she a daughter. How then shall she com-
niend a turne submission to the eneroxit
mentsof tbo north upon our rights politi-
cal, personal and social? Does she not see
that Blink Republican policy leads to the
desecration of the hearthatonoandtheover-
throw of those domestic instittitions which
constitute the woof and fibre of our Sout!"
ern Society? Surely she man not but see,
and.eeeing ennnot fail to dep.eense, the
shedding of blood, the violation of female
honor, the devastation of happy homes
by the coming and overflowing tide of

,'..ggres ion. I
,Iar ijo,...uA L.......a. u- .) -
, .,a- Qc, .. Tax r In c.,ur...r or .
5.. [>i.-..t.H.:. ..r.o as1...r .
We yield to none in our regard for the
UNION, soi no aidner ees at pur

the crisis foreseen by Washington and de-
picted in his farewell address, has well
nigh come. Fifteen Statea lying South of a
geographical division, are proscribed, de-
nounced and deeply wronged. What is
their remedv? Is it to lick the hand that
sites them? Such is not our opinion.
Is is the belief of our Correspondent? Not
if she sWarestlxefeelings of the community

*uk wh shehe see us.Not if Southern

LOVES OF TEE ANGELS-"TYe 10Ye our
alaveholdisgbrethern." ISeward'sSpeech
in lichig Lincoln loves. al have

hated slavery as much as any Abolitionist."
[Abraham Lincolo's specob, at Springfield,
111., July 17, 1856.
Holo .Helper Loves.-''Slaveholders are a

aose.of is ourp siness he Extp
to abate ninances." [See page 189. -
Hozo .!!fr. Andretos Loves.-"John
Browu was right." 6[J. A. Andrews, Re-

lublican candidate Governor of Massa
How Senator Sumner Loves.-"Slavery
is a L.1..udytoutol,.... ..:.r. and everywhere
in c lar blooms at..: E-in-edy flower."
li .. Senator ri'.;, ... Loves.-"I tell you
at the aMtation of clus Tesebten o tu as

date presses the soil of the Ameriena Re.
widio."
11ato Otoes frovejoy Loves.-0May the
G d in law a naturna awifshd an rrMe

that shallaweep this abominagog of slayery
from our-land." (Express.


denceinanythingrl...t......)1... 2......re
gard to the Electipns ir, 0.. ...,w RE:. hoks
ine States. We believe in thesoundness
the Dernoorisiv of those wh., show it..:.;
raith by their rs... and I u? r ye ha
had on uns.: re .rs c r tufu. a
one.. the Ar., ,,ry 81 us a...u. ImN
...ran ..

to fr. r ..:.-,wi o che.n .at. ... thosh
Sta..:,sl. In baded .tl. us 1.r
-
pery. .an; ...f ()..son ..nd p n
ofDemoratic principles,
ri bb hand of ...II.,w-fly 6.. .. L
th re is hope in a r...t if e..x, ..s
TVe say to t 5 ...si '..d t.
our own bs-love ] .-ut. ,, pur, your
liouse in order, ,up. ac, I .- that
alternative to vis...h ,, a JI pil bc Jriven
in the end-Secession. It at n. r tl...[
we all meet the question now in rt.. er"=>

her a , a ai nd c .r
surrounded by free States and our ......-:.1,
nities infested wish foolition sp a sp und
shapeoffoderalothechold
Should the Slave States 0.1.4< this
method of proceeding nud not lism.. to:1.<
temporiging policy of pose who may
coherish an ambition for advancemau(.to
glice ursdar Lincoln, then there ite hopeof
< 1.* Ia; able to crush, put-s s... tant,
and air. ric enr.Thillar this E .11.1 of lin\.B-
godisrn a inty, b. or pre sent thwrite.***g the
overthrow of civil libdrly in, the Ind.
Thereianapolicywhich willtendtoarrest
the spread of this feit spirit of abolition so
effeatually as for the States to resume their
original positions assoverbign communities,
and let the agent or Federal Government
prey upon those who need it-wecan live
without it, when usurped by those wbo are
controlled by a higher law than the Con-
stitution, which was left for its guide.

Conservatism of the Black Re-
publican Party.
On our first page will be found several
extractsfromthespeechesof8ewardLin-

fat Otill nob drifor the tn e cof
sonable and utterly z=pus arnt to...J.:co
of this party of men, w r..] .11 fri~ aft p **
bability elect a President of tbo Fo 8
States for the ensuing tenus 's ':

car ull rue d y 11 esc idinets wi 1
thee the supporters of Mr. Bell to aban-
dau himto his fate-defeat and inevitable
dishonor. We know thit Florida is (.re.
easineatly Democratic, pnd mail c st i.er
electoral vote for Mr. BRECKINidDGa; the
recent State election proves this m9sh con-
elusivelythen wherefore, duti.3 the w.ie
of the8tate and thus give to ..<,1.* as.:a =+
Bewesd and Lincoln a was.:.u-.tely hope,
thu shey es.I .issue.:<.ssful. ]\nd support at,
the Yoqth, in Administering til6 COEuru*
ment? .
Agatif, we ark how many men ar4 there
in Florida, who sustain the Black Republi.
can in their "favorite policy," sas fore-
shadowed by these declarations? If there
are any, who do, then the words of Mr.
Bell are trueand if there.are noffe, as we
sincerely hope is the case, theri Mr. Tell's
words are untrue, when he says there is a
bodyaf men iti the "South" and West,"
who sust.xin that party in their "famiorite
policy," and he should not be sustained or
any other man, who can be guilty of give-
ing utterance to so gross a libel upon the
Southern community.
We venture to say of the Black Itepub-
lican Party, that it is a Revolutionary and
Treasanable party, daugerous tu the exis-
tance of the Union, and if it succeeds in
gettingistopower, our country is in danger
of being visited with all the horrors of a
bloody ad frquicidal war. .


casingawar neas use.ri....a mil
monarchy, 9-= I sly nor
i.] cus.re .ppar..ni Ley ..el at
isata.cale in the hand aE
Gat..ner b. ,., ,
li, e..eaven...t pr..".ued stab 0
yme p.-les.;os.. to.*, i.ut.I.. tras

n ti e i
she lustitution of African Slavery, which
an our present Government.
rus...4, -:,r..p.:.s. :-...ur.) of the
bi-> 01*J*.r as p. sure of
z*, . u... .1 c.ac.i a L islative
as 1 Ja..a 1.1 de :...0 ..: Federal
- -. .1 = d the
t., ., rnruenr., un y r, I1.. ... su
adhereats of this school olities, are
loudest in their wailing for the union-thit'
GLORIOUS UNION! T say first give to
1;^ 2 .''ures me,-.ious cause for asserung
unl..auI right of Seees-sionand

r .r. -it 2inevillable eemsequenc
or or ..1... J. ti, .. .... r::'.t to
ze. -rn....r.r, 0.4 .....nes..r.c L. .tf$ nt..ut
D:IO.s' IN:Ie- PN "Ash-in .,s
un ....si .rr..... ...t.. ,9ur e....s 1.1
sti
.L. t act. .. i al*& -.: J .-.e *M
ph.r -.r.1mile n.., br.: sl.. it..,}.-.. p ..y
grown in the Unitc4 States that thes .un.
al it' I.JI.1r 1 (*Lif sell, [ 144..... .ra ..(ll.'$
Eleaser.st ('.,ll.....s of .k. at..) .rk el 1.240
Stake, a..J ph.....: .... Un. t's..eun c.:
Chairanuncouth, Milearned Backwoods-
man, and of choosing a Vice President
who has descended from Negro origin. It
is said of hin that he is so dark, thick lip-
ped, and i n..E 1,....:.1, aba. he Jould be
sold in a slu.. n-il.ct I..r a common field
hand. Our worst appeates.-1. us ...=y be
aroused, when we e..* 0... dagmlied and
sovereign body of i ... ..3 Sun s E.-nators
prealded over by a Free mulAtto-
The English Cabinet has prevailed upon
the Royal mother, to consent to an extend-
ed tdur of observation, in the United
Statesbythe Prince Royal, AlbertEd-
ward, with sview possibly of diverting t

sues involved in the soutesh wherein their
favorite. a.11.an.g..Ju..s L:..colq and Hamlin
rep...s.:r.o.,4 Iintic su so, And the cham-
pidi.s f tTo: Democracy are engaged in a
Ldesperince h:end lumduoontoshe

jubilant at the sight of royalty, and the
young ladies, confidently anticipating the
deliftfedearresseaof Royalty, are kicking
up their heels inan eastacyof delight
While this pices of English hypoorn?
is being enacted in thd Utilted States, the
astminding our.:11.. nee ros..h.:- us of the
murder of **n Amersear, I'itiz.:a, in actinr
portion of ties continent, ( o e. l.,as a may
be in atterm s.ug to es send the I.be ral in-
idaraLlored of 1118 k*61GTel CORIA f, if 8 B'
40watrodden race) inwhose capture and
murder the sarms e..t.m.x, had lent a help-
ing hand, si c....t dareer.-J [he fatal shot to
be fired. We are not the advocate 6f Filli-
busterism; far from it, hat we do maintain,
that in the capture and murder of William
Walker, there in a degree of cowardly by-
pooris'y and treachery, peculiar to England
alone. Now here elso on the face of the
whole earthis there a government, which
would procure the peaceful surrender of a
man and his followers, and then turn him
over hood in fetters, to be shot,-meror-
lessly murdered, by his enemies.
So powerfully impressed was Capt Salmon
with the fear of rebuke and censure that
roshl (ited will}-inevitably follow this dia-
belical act, that his adherents have equped
to be published, the dying man's admis-
sion of the justice of hiS 80800800 RD& MR'"
der, so eager is treachery and cowardice,
to olatch at every measa at concealment--..


d*,:u v lyr.j:erfoubyPrendent Unch an.
OF pa sik... pinglawn and okiusately
*J:strapn his Enalish parts, in the gowa.
ala'*ernoi rl e Una..i Sauns, We the in-
U-.u, ...I II..: or n....:rs ter, this party and
fr., el.n.....t, ... .:.ur g..crament, have
h. .. us.vern a app., wn=o-

archy, or interfQrknee by the federal
government, with:he inse-.r..i policy ofthe
Statesand have orr ui.1 the constitar.
tion, which has been adopted by those8tatea
now composing the Union, secr:.rdicig to
itsl:teralmeaning, and so far hasprevented
any interference, Ly the general igovero-
ment. with subjects, not plainly delegatel
to it in that instrnient. * *

Baowarres CAtrour I.v Sourn C.ine.
LINA.-l earPGapolident Of the OllittlestOT
Mercury relates the arrest of two men near
0110, in South Carolina, under ciremos-ar.
producilg t to belief that they were Abof-

Courtheing in session at B2HDethvi le
they were carried-there to beexamined by
aVigilance Committee, aifd the exeded
crowdartemptedtobanytheni,1mtmodes
are counch prevailed. An examination of

grt! pw reand wrr spiondte e sh ed
purpo.ae of tampering with slaves and of
puttingearms intheir possession. "A box
filled with pistoLs,, directed is i...*n
r RE 7 0781100. Mr ;.rt0-ps. al: I

w b al
N 'J sa name of the n. n i\ H0.*.: .
ful es..der... Itg a -s...r..-,. *.1 ..
c -=..... =.IF. II... ,r: ., ar (*an, a

nearltheapot marked to Marlboro District
0 Since the ab e wintat syp., w: Mrs
received the Charleston .JArcury of yester-
day morning, from which we learn that the
two flitchings have beent duly convicted
and sentenced to be hung on Friday, (to.
enoriow). The Mercurysays*4Addition 4
and crushing evidence had been adsluced
to prove their complicityloaninsurrectisa.
ary plot, and this sealed their doom. At
last accounts, *Minute Men' were actively
forming in Oheraw and the vicinity.-
&roannak News. *

THE SERVILELOT IN PR[.1QLS8 ANNIs
-The Norfolk Argus states that 21 negroca
are in t'.e jail of Princess Anne county,
charged with being implicated in a plot for
user 11e6i sur ecti oans /taine di


C., through Gibbs Woods, Blackwater,
Great Bridge, and al the districts south-
west of North River, and the Chesapeake
and Albenantle Canal Ryery kind of in-
Etrument that could be procured sn to y
used on the occasion, such as pick ada,
pich forks, $Fo., Orie of use Princess Anno
magistrates issued a warren yesterday for
a white man named Thos. Carroll, suspeo-
tod of anoxtring the negroes to insurrection.

Hainnibal Hamlin a Negre
fifU' M ifle
inst.,asys:---The Bop. W. H. Stylesit
hin address at Waresboro, stated he knew,
from personal observation, that IIamlio,
thdBlack Republican candidate for the
Vice Presidency, is a negro; and he also.
had it from the authority of gentlemen
North, who authorized him to state is af a
fact wherever he went.
War A PROMINENT Orrogresomer
In MissUsers SAYS.-Mr. A. Burwell,
of Vicksburg, a prominent, supporter of
Mrs Bell, under date of August 10, 1860,
addressed a letter to Ex-Gov. Foote, which
vre find published in the New York Herald,
receded by a most complimentary notice ,
pad endorsement by Mr. Foote. In, this
letter, Mr. Burwell says, in the event that
Mr. Lincolais elected:
Iknow nomanin..the South who will, in
such an event, take up and bear the stand-
ar4of the Union, nor do I believe that any
such exist.----Jackson.Alisassasppean,


out exoopton, we oherish no m
RDBOY 0 should ha Floride de .
a e e a majority eve, iina anyot r et is

ks will States. Who will not join to etect
wee epo passand then knes must hoisorable a result?
perforcobedrawa and posts assumed in
the revo soon which impenda over our NeW Hair Dressing Establish-

ment.
But cannot the citizens of our section be hin. 02 PACETTI flas OpeB0(1 & Bhaving
nailed as one man ? Bhsill we not drop all and hair.'dressing saloon, nearly opposite
minor sannes, and forgetting past fends, the Maguella Hotel in St. Georges Street.
rally around the banner tf the entire South? Ma. PAchral, is, as our citizens well
a can never submit toLancoln's inaugura- know, an experienced and accomplished
tion; the shades of Revolutionary sires will barber, and sh angers also passing the winter
rsee up to shone us if we abowld do that; here will nd his services indispensible.
but cannot all of the Southern people, Bell He is a native of this City, and Southern

ened kmradge men, and Douglas men, tothebackbane. Shouldpatriotism.rpquare.
We Itoge or to resist the Abolition foe ? he will cheerfully lay down the buyements
me d ifered among ourselves hitherto, of his trade nod assumes musket in defence
et us drop all dimensions, and forro a of Southere rights and Santhern honor._

t a vitr ilSAKE or Trageqmpo from distant States have some-
pnd the tesof the Abol r ying ery time appeared among us to epact the part
P on Hell shall of wolves to sheeps clothing. Those who
pet prevail againstus. patronize Mr. PAGETTI will not only be

ilGh., The University of Mississi has well served professionally, but also have
equngenced theipessionwith 170.st senter the satisfaction of being shared by a true
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ST, AUGUSTINE/FLORIDA,
SATURDAYoor.,S ,Isee.

Es t Palatka, Fla
only and ed not a Agentror tho*! .
Avournts Enanon, and willresolveaul
scriptisse, pealcoaollections, and receipt for the
same. .
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ItationiilDemoaratic Nominations.

FOR PM81DENT
.1683' C. BR SKINRIDGE,
or ERTuoir.


EOR VICE PRESIDENT.
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DEROCAATIC NATIONAL SE.
COMMITTEE*

wif6 wingnsmed gentlemen compose this
H .Jdrsvt. or go chairman,
IIon.Jr.ThusesDartsofMississippl.
Hon. Assa D.B2troser, of fudians.
Hon. Tsoaus B. Fwasses, of Pennsylvania.
Hon.eso-W.DearsofMaryland.
IIcn. Jolm W.STEVENsoT, Of Kentucky.
n. r nomo8to e Je sey.
Avousves Senalr,, Esq., of New York.
lease H. WatGHT, Eq., of Massachusectie.
ERAHAllREETEE, Esq.,ofDentonMissouri
Fra 3@ 11V shi)r c D.C.
Abran Luxox, Esq,, of Washirt too, D.0-
(h.caltar, Washington, D. .,Resident
GE0. W.Bmsts, Washington, D. G., Trea-
All an tions she e) add s o
son, D, C, Rooms of the Committee at No. 28





The Sixth oftNovember is close atJland.
Thame, if such there be, amor rn -tal, who
weeid fain putd aduly of ..od.e...iing
the Orwis, eirone a re pir.ny days IL.r.-;..r.
ti'Isee id|)ths.uire ed fail..us-fl co
say, too I 0 the^ .16* litionisat
Lancol.N will be onen in the Presidency
The'recentSteLe tionsin Per-suptsum
nod ludrena, sedire in all In.man p.,l.,ta.I**
ty. thatresult*
The South will then be onlled upon to
choose between submission to the rule of
party whose avowed purpose is the abolf-
alon, not the restriction, of slavery, and a
glorious career of uninterrupted prosperity
as a separnto nationality. We ary not per
mittad todoubt what that, choice will be.
I'rom evelypointin our bright and sunny
South come the notee of preparation for
she great event. We are defeated in the
Unionbnsoutrofitweare still mastersof

rld he 1170 an b tooon
now. Not until the South shows, as we
firmly believe she never will show, that she
is ready to acquiescein.the rule of Lincolo
and Greeley, will an armyof Wide Awakes

t e hipillage 1 rich cities no devas-
In view of the common interest nod
common destiny of the Soutly we cannot
but deplore that any should fail to come
up, shoulder to shoulder, wishus to. the
true mark of their res usibili Of slid
1 po ty
eventua operation of our political op
ponents in thaSlaveEtaf.es, almost with
i


508. G001'go P. Fairbanks.
-
This prominent and estimable citizen,
whohasbeen absent during the summer,
returned a few days ago kish his busily,
all in good boulth. He has boon engaged
1 son neouthe pastt p 0 a

oSicers of the University of the South, at
lJniversity Phoe, Tennessee. We are
hapj>y to greet his arrival in the Anebut
City, where he has as many friends and
well 1 d 1 r.th.ere, are inhabitan
o un IRBANKS WI apj
about six weeks here, after which he well
pass the winter at Ta.11abussee. There are
few eitiscus of Florida more widely known,
and nono more igglyrespected.

circuit court.

The Circuit Court for this County com-
monoed its sesgion in this City, on Mon.
day last; his Honor Judge J. M. BAKER,
of the Suwance OlrouTt [....:.li..: in place
oQudge Parivitar, thiy having exchanged
Circuits for th:s 2..m. MI. Solicitor
FI....... .....1 .1 . fr....r and \' .i..o


The Pennsylvania E100tion.
The New York weekly Day Book of the
18th inst., has the following in regard to the
late Election in Penusylvania.
"It is well known that Cursin reunived
thealmostunanimouseupportofthePoople's


I 1 as tebpe a
memberpfia epartp, gave him his influ-
eneeandeupportatthesumetimedentinctly
stating that he should oppose Mr. Lincolu
November takjjuxem test of ts

ciding n i ul L sues, and hence Marocur.
tin hear doubiless received thousands of cou-
servative vo es which Lincoln cannot get in
November, if the proper efforts be made to
secure thern.

Ino t othat Cur ab ouc ess indicatti
fact thathe Democracy have gained at!ea t
.five, and perhaps eight Congressmen. Tins
is an emphatic indication of the national

tMct seal ri t ep P8n unio
that a party that has lost five Concessmen,
and.only elected their candidate for Gover-
nor at the expense of disowning their name,
au mar skdkm un a ni b au

slian of


[rom ruE EXAiflNEfL.] .
ST. AUGUSTINE, 20th Oct., 1800*
Mr. Amnary:-Will you allow me
through the medium of your journal, to

"i si 31 june ofpen a p
Gen, Washington's farewell address to his

truntrymoudwlei ol2nsNre re aUniont
r co eat varianid individual ss

of the man whose name we all venerate.
and who stands first in the hearts of all
his countrymen. cannot be too often rbour

od tot ita adde sk Pdadnd ea et o al e en.
graces and domestic discord may not ver,
liaps boeutirely disregarded, at least such
is the earnest hope of. A LADY.

The above communication, from an un-
known source, reached us through t
P ed,
The farewell Address of Washington
00Midues (0 lie WOrthy Of reperusal Espe-
cially is that impressive portion deserving
of present considliration in which the
Father of his Country warns against the
C. c oi...c. ..f . tional parties on geogra-


o22u CATE .]
The Policy of England.
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That policy may be aptly explained in
the following words-adousinion over all
the ourth." To secure this dominion,

heredis n treachery boo lowbuom .pocTi
questions we wish to discuss are, how does
her policy affect us? And what are its
tactical l workings in the United States?
We have but to address anrselves to the fun.
utical disregard of the Constitutional rights
of the Southern Senses by those of the
north, and the hatred of Slavery ozhibited
by the puritanoal adherents of monareby
in New England, for a complete solution
of the firse question.
Theroisno disguising the truth from
the eyes ofobserving silen; the aritualavery
sentiment in the United States, is attribu.
table solely to the policy of the English
aristocracy. This feature in the govern.
ment of England has its minions and ad.
lierents in America, and the demagogisal,
to which theygresort, to conceal their hyp.
..cray, is so...ierful to so...man, f Bo.









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Theenterprisingproprietor of
814UT GROVE WEIBEEY*


e 5n i ATut8 eve k on
.... c.e. .c it .se aculated to do
. In .-.ti ., ..as, that is palmed

he has received a Diploms fiom the
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, and ad-
o n < y fr
OERTIFICATES. .
Philadelphia, Sept. 9th, 1858
y same nes n ej

s Fusil which is the characteristic
rious edient of the whipkeys in
se.
BOOTHirGARRET & CAMAC*
Analytical Chemists.
analyzed am o pCtdsr 852 ve
as dh r c3111
onous or deleterious substances. It
usually pure and fine favored qtudity of

naly al id 859

on 1 e

his is y m thfh
anAlfa LArin i F rful a r
No. 16, Boylston S reet.
Sale by C, TVHARTON, Mr.
, 5 1 F..r.:-p.4 leepi,
10 Wainut St, Politlepidul.
.R*.* ly

SHERIFF'S SALE.
tue of an Execution issued out of the
uit court for the countries of Yolusia and
nthe Eastern Circuit of florida and to
ed and deliveredin favor of William B.
al. vs.Rufus K. Sewalland wiie, Thave
on and will expose for sale at Susan.
ard county Florida on the 1st Monday
859, at the usual hour of sale the fol-
escribed land, to wit:-An undivided
of he Thousand three Hundred and
ree Acres, being the third part of cer-
t of land contammug 16,000 acres more
d Brevard county granted to Samuel
thol8th day of July 1818antl cantirm-
n M.salan onp (1 ned until the 1st
in May.
bdve saleis postponed untilthe first
n June.
ove sale is postponed until the first
n July.
on 1 so postponed until 196* Erst
ove sale is postponed until the try
in September next
ove sales postponed until the firal
io c oned until the first.
nmne erp t ned until the first
n December next.
ove sale is postponed until the fast
n January next.
u ale poes1oned until the first

ie stponed until the first
len t.postponed until the first
ove sale is postponed until the first
n May next.

p n unt 11 &

onveAsale is postpone idtil the drat
S m o ned Antil the first
ove sale is postponed statil the first
in October next.
ove sale is postponed until the first
n November next.
Acting, She ifkmB vt ty.
5th-1839.,


e
THE twoaSto c onedouse
st. George street, occupied A
REYES, to whom application may be
at this office nearly opposite.
28,-1 > to


I I~ IIYI~~~Y.II ~LY~~~~I~I --~'lhlL~ -


Les a be dia netiv undere.L.,od thaM

1 to so brain the r
an on u ee 0 on eof valu3oard

attention w 1164 given to matters and things
occurring in Ah bama and Florida.

DAILY OBSERVER. $10 OO
WEI'llaLY do 250
PostmastersthroughouttheUnited States
acting as our Agents, wi)1 receive a com-
mission of 20 per celit on all money trans-
mitted to us. 31ARZONI & JONES

Pensaeola, Aug. 2d, 1860.

yggyITylyg gyggifygygg
WHOLESAlE AND RETAIL,


802,'FRRY TRSOF,
(Formly H. Oran sy,
Wo.SYBOWERY.New York.

se "h3 8& stor* 1 gh ,

LARGEST FURRITUBB.-KOV8ES

ey e pan to aa grost inducements;.
to eSto lesale Ad& fin ass or Ti e -
. Rdgerrand 4

and Walant
'PAlas.da, ne.n
NW .
>W
p.alB eind lVOOD W Work, al gagi.
II,.0 H. ar.. 8 ajffr m
i sets, from $22 to $100.
Jenny LInd and Extension Post
Bedsteads,
ii feet wide, especially for the Southern Trade.
Their facilities for ananufacturing,4cry com-
etaion.
truff-ALL WORK GUARANTEED AS RE]
PRESENTED.
No Goods Retailed on
March 10-1860 Sm.

**Nor naxonnova To to IIsrun Pasus.r."
"RATs coxa on or Txam notais ro sla."

g,
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.TLORIDAELECTIO 1860. he areakinriage Democracy Tri- ;PROlbATE OFFIC ST :JOINS COUNTY. J C~l

























umpantin elaar I-lrd an Sth~m .dl uusine Ocobr 18~ ~ 1860 ..
th a t o j 0 0 1 fo o E 1al 6 8506 of ~itwar may nw 700&81&$1 1 f0F 100" IS Mathr n e he sericeaof







beo asceraine Inpctr and. townsh oiicrs w and Vic P i ento he United St lat~esi adofle ntcom ihet ndhshda eu
bya itt figreing Whe thic es o f iinal 'u!orti cy over' the fusion o th~ ulsfc ion daoflit Noivllenabs .. aj. = v,:1 i.- en ch fM thei#es ndofth_ Lti hr r

mh ~dmdns~ e~epbile heov~er onet s IbUR di'. Thi8 la b "u thebgn sth olwn Peicsihe Cuit o rthen boro entorgiand in th f~ker Jus n Isi I h
edlach~ Divisw.on of the Sate, andthe numb r s Jons vb- id tuteu atj.~ Manon, Alabam. Previoaus otis, sh ndr
Th ot should bf~en Freserve for fu nineg o he muend in. Noemer piwhen t~oFo t Agsin reic elcin ob wengae mdl for twe~o y iears at LancsrPennCoge


Nhould teacht~r a11 leso nv toob besJ, fog tt*ettC F raira Inuspectors Gaeoilrge Colee Jcacob P" .... e ... "U 'i Dawng il 6.
th outh. Thes little~u iatates, standing atrr biilins Insectrs Manuel.l)el SoaoBrtl Wih loli op tlrauns ol t e scool teasalnih
COUNTIES. extretueend~esplil of the th Sa i ';tns, n sp~eakin Alasters Jr n Pu eemn re- eceada copihdld;ad
withthe e~riilurit nd een l~e lcd 'the:!U IL sa t pricples o~t theBS Co~nstton;e For ludependouce, P~recince~ (at truhe house o "trusts that hel r oeiort ainlohlf tofuc ato at
an e equ ily od ates, ros in Palicer andVirgil .Duont.c ilb iu .n sIUpportofherdu n pa ton in vry prto tetl r fte u JmsOaen)IspcorJms ueeAnrs houtmyme teppoaio ndwn h B h
of the Emperor Na~oleobeautiful a fkilutratl iion t' of the a therhoo S7.W ,.~NIIT ,,sav i.11. it. ineis theEeu 19111)ip In-o conty,
Tha 515ri 193s 616~ 175~a~ whi shudprvd h etr ouhi u Cornlius Dupont andRi s Sept 8,186.IL tf ep.
revage the coteshi ch isan nre ow waging agalnw uSt -0utie Jur6IU. 8. O ult oetgto efudta
Elruiein, arm the como rights, and interests.l Flori- rSrbue be ,t aiauol liprrs inatR IT O N ILR O

Dural. ~ ~ ~ ~ ac 281L 275nS 29ullhoor olh glorious ~exapUUle. whi cla Roer Mickle nrth-or fSmsn Nleion i herb ordered trom ehelon
eij ~ ~~~~~~~~~~ 4'ie 4 ORIL ULIR.hee olokA .ndlset5dconsf th~e ('nyfSomle alrwiY ten
a ~ IgdG. 4.5?~e :JH- 170 rov.s fosad(h. a retotie
.~~~ia cralst h o a ev c fo u r n p~ei ou i hse t- 1 Pite 1 7 Nrtoda an 1 as
504 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ PPIITO 4P.1 bu Iad r. .h n.I i e.LP ar. hxM.e lstt
ruueadaemseso ieVluro 1o th r orouth 1- TB.ly .l~rwyt SI'ee;~asm l fPois o ~ Oc"l~ t. 11,s 1880, uded CITEode


.d1anatee, ot .h .\uor to. il L-diin .ra dif.ec intem a. acedlml fo bie nothr Exor le t~r o~heln oeeofterPis
tI rion e 406 284 404ira Pesao idpny Siu Ici-r reur t. J.erca it Ir.. bee .sltraig r ft .,c i
hew Rdiv a er, t 172l 22 sm 1] .bat ro -Pl3 28, -1 *> ,86i wnyI y. i rit nh . . ubcibert hase y couprle o los frbn eah
Oranze," ofll hu n icagdterm ses o.r .........,, slej che uapreoxed frmie N hs ewY rk;e e TAE
8teeen miosa, r hoodi enter hdn l lay an he 'la o Real eiI m n.-11. es- atsel h te cs-rsLXM N. dtod

balance .en:: ' G IT W ANED ff~t

vri~~~~~u IRs Oeeery toORlly Of, thh eourtrell nod asa n
Ne w country iese forme ieo~al 183 Clay wee ....r-* ..r,.l.. r1 ....sonsrr .=no~e). uPl sl...,r O eine the sale of someof~ the bes ad geea
out ofe Cl~umbia CLafayett andio Taloroto aaewt h hrde of~e the base man us r r-. a .. .. Our puliat onsar > the most interesting
Madison. grels of the colultry, we can eas ly intenqn to of th2/ err//.d chaacer adpe oth at f h erer ae

The~abia rrivd atBostn on iorf Tatinfo t hle gvr staen o e rioy ofvri oshliteead cl inds frompois"'

17 e reor tatuOrd~ay,.ep hadD- Thep sar W'niest g and Ms to D lngr, hich arvsio ~ fordo pesn iesaewt I io mer ouiilg oe ust~i iso n unu

ted port f Anera, ndd~igt Lastna nor er sent. rero .h ...ic wil 00 a eaed I in No. 22 S aC 1i
twdThoai b truing s th rtilo f A~rerapta. nle on sfcnid Stre ..v an i.na .ih ..ei J v n top ent t aerqie outk M.TN ,1 y
wer drawne up.h .hi .rpet .n th .erto AgStP I, 18ATERRI8NE Admk ix.to Jl (1P 1,f6 $1.OT .usdi
Th'le Ltdpend llenceo Bierlye pulses the willete i p rigtysoo Jihe .f Ies fr I1om the Forl theGO prvnin n r f wr
folowingaan telera. p I ow of ooitreno, Y ig uthgrsoned rs ilupi b te n mc~ionuts- P.,geT BP' A;u n iiOaFvr.Tis L dir e. Fr
b.l he potflio of a Gen Caho a pnm oriir h s ecnn tar the had e mrh d y t f he prisn voly qi g ai aCosgtoh nwedeo h r-
Go on.ito ,in allA itu on~iteat, /..a t if. c. I el .b F ROQUE Pnnt Bl.l .2a-.- .I hr~g,ID CiLY.
[t ~ ~ ~ ~ w courainsy, icil*. ralr the mentou a.Inre ..,' q- LI.. I'ty isUom 121en Chom i.wa Dt e-a.1* aeB, Cheel-
mnCisi~ng aratior, amPth mst pogsi preThist~ "sngl hot"~ wasi doubtless the dcr qe mk rmdipepy li eighi odton< n -
p sfs f umeou mtiges ntredwesame ~onel splokiSen f ythed Time where T 1P Esat, re- men okfo i esna mpt. spyng Y. v

fro tatSttedaly ist urciy, tah e muzzle o o f telge mullseig shoomst o ched thin ltwoyar, or th~nis noiewllS be l ean dinp thou IGhirduoS peastoi virues; he compled, revad
ofth Emperr Napola eoyn. a .oln~ ,,d SABINA onumt b diau t 4 o tM ieserui lA: ~. LEL ARDY always f louditan effectul r ote c tlaoiong frm llGle
~&ir~~j~b~ms~ f~i1u lBO tPdyro nius, andy skull ton thtur Pot widsIt i ter" cnaq loAndminstruri Lmaltous complaOaints levied uptrabe
The P~atrien sap Tevnur f e rbl 10 tfdhink ofandes; fo th is barbarous St uutnJl 816. < nfrhrivsiain efudta h aBe
Sardinia armyt is~b atit Tivoli six kilometre b y oaman attributed oit iruous powerr s and of Aril
ac own. Snr~eims ontis ustln presoniblt o e- Msadthag it coldonlBy benl obtinled fro h owin
fr OmDJELN OEE!-~pe onee h ultto fareyT Rome.OI1 IIO LPEle peris, Cof thes Sun.r ESomertime Cafterward, einrs
Then asare junalg announes.6 te ae Rdbdhat the Y cutting oerni Gaialdi adder *n geunte mannovrsbing with, aPriestbbtgsaindTiry
al vnto irest cs io h e ak Piedh fro hie the secre of its preparatione anda as- tain granIE .Sp. 8 BEU R
Neapoltat n Reoyn av te rlcto on Lin- tiherd iJsinl the Lo on pprsasl so "Euracvsio PIAINwl emd otenx etie hr h sdcnleb eefud ri
cnouthe ,and are masters of ther Volurno. to~~d th South ; of Itay. Cnlever way to eea-seml fFoiafracaofl whc it~ was omoude.t woon dflMie n
Gen L moriciVere wshin to exreshi oldge netraltyt lnaws.Theut end mate egs- a o In & yfronx o etr lir a T tha ticeh Etiidite f~me l T e- d J
admraio ofth bavey f he arin an reato di ferecei the mea nsfu thenarne of th outhr Exotan mor os ealn owefrs of theiry Pasriet Monday 6
Atetferdtsrrraet Aduaerno company.G Sinisneiiaelsiei.cantr u~ uy6lu eehiertuntomria itUsbetr The abl
SThAdmra sn hIIIIm aOL smallTTT ,boat, e an July 28,ttlin 1860 withuioar Seth happies fetb svrlLdesadMna

ral ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ nsuud also offre hiscac ow ai oteGnrl o--* -* 0..2--:;. the Una-c ge~aM nd.N : -= *0 a
wh a epytuhdyteecut Sies rina Deemocrati c convIentionl Batimoe d, and Ague and, I~nt~ ,,, -lld *il at Th ab u~ l~~Pet
Geu r Cao~riciere oo wl emb rk on b ioar the Rsaole~qulto Tita tl.- tisr..roulie c.i, li n7te ETpros note ote sae t oth mri I* od
steamer Coluntbs Cater., whc will convgey Democr cl partylla .... at r.oe or u iv A ca..... \Vllon Pcltevyuesda o ils .. :Z was O so m t full The
hi ol Gi e non, whnc re r lya cUu wil proceed n~ to the ollwn ex ll sor resoluo ad Trita exedie ps)?andr to the undrsgnd. ndal d ,s ,,.3 ., ., 11sa Ml
rhep;orth~r that GribaldNss~fPi ha repuse oil t p ai xiilsJ e~l "jisnq31 ntkooil 1vr vusa nin exce~L B21Mi a %,.I'."Adej.s oMn
theclrc R oyalst t oroops from M an-ert, and is ffens~ u of the Untd Sta tes hv an esnlrigtie thei pa ym JO oY1LCUX &? OfJ. Foonda i
Thenga Pop ie' pall t ion btteirl denounces wihout'" thir r ~ights, either ofnl person or d proper uly av 7 cuninee usa ita et -1860. S e a
Saidiisandhepolcyofon-iuervenion' orinoositro e ordmpaiedbycongruesion- PAINS AND ILS.
Sqr r ui~ L>>>0. tc to envre as l ny cii t n FORuti coCua a Bi oav arP n o Bv r usnsr o eUgh ,~c Chro eaEE T A



ntolld rha a ceeaPi Naonna aeolni asrt goUI AUISI cevre rCE a of Cbimmdit


MAIL ARRAREMENTS
NE M' 8 CHEDULE
No an all yelose Saturdays at 9 P. M.

Sou hbrn Mail dses on SatkAsys andThun-

Northern Mail is due on Thursdays and fat-
m:da 12 P. M
Southern Mailia due on Friday at 1 f. and
Sundays at 5 P. M.
Sunday the office will boopein for ditlivery
frolit 7 to 9 A. AT ---
OFFICE HOURS From 9.to liand 3 to5.

Prospectus of the Daily and eik
Observer
267' SUCH WILL BE THE PRO-
gress of our city frain this date, and stich
is die increased interest manifquted nine
ng
our business men for the establishment of
a daily paper in this eity, that ye find it
absolutely necessary to coinmence the pub.
licatioft of the DAILY OBSERVER ON
THE FIRST DAY OF THE ENSUING
MONTH, SEPTEMBlilt. It will always

o a yr a u2, ssio-ope a
the principles of the party within its limits.
AII -Share lan. IT919 .and MI*Itever will add
to the prc.4perir y of gar ...(ag nJ growing,
Statewillrn.s edueat:ht....n
The iniesqto of our b adul ar.,] pes.


ROOLAUlATIOlV *




E 501 ro g 2h El tio
ENT of the United States, will be held
sual precincts in the several counties of
e, on TUESDAY, the 6thdayof Novem-
imo. The returns thereof to be can-
and forwarded to theBeeretary of State
anner prescribed by law for the canvass
rns of election for a Representative to
s. The number of Electors tobechosen
n Testimony Whereof, I have hereto set
my hand and caneed to be edized
] theGreettSealoftheStateof Florlds.
Done at the Capitol, in the city of
Tallahassee, this Sd day of Septem-
ber. A. D., 1860.
M. 8. PERRY,
Governor of Florida.
overnor---Attest:
F. L. Fu.xanonw,.
Secretary of State,
15, 1860.


"Costar'S"
"Costar'a" RatRoachdr.elaterminal
tor.
MOOstar'S"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.

" Electric Powder, Yor] In

DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Rats-Roschee--Mice-Moles-Groundhile -
se to 1 n I An m e & e
in short, every form and species of



le re subhahed na New ork City

an n inee -II e are t. ps

&o.-and by more than 20,000 private faA
lies,
Alitil?" Druggasts and Retailers everwhere sell
them.
Illig"* Wholesale Agents in all the large Cfties
and Towns.
! BEWARE O Of 8gAPI 3dmitatie

li ?" Address order or for Circular to Des-
ten"3)at n, cosTAR, twetran assor,
512 BaoinwAY, (OppositeSt.NigholasHotel J

soLD BY D. 15. CARL
may 19--1860. Sm.

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SAL


a 1 x e
bered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
is adapted to the cultivation ofanjr erops grown
the southoern1o7ou A so so ed
a nee called Fish e. For e p ars
Et. Augustine, July 14,18001


ae t e Ci 1 1 0 e collection
y Taxes for the year 1860. Hours be.
o'clock ited 12 A. M. Those persons
e ,te e li e bl e .o so
ityPONCffal.
t 26 1800. *


fg?

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a a


@1 $- -BES










PU 22 tGIED CifDRY SATIFRDAY
A'
St.AugilSilRD, St. JOhR'S CO., Flast
at
MATTHIA 8 R ANDREU *
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PRES OF SYBSCRIPTION:


IfADVANCE
gg* Aerannsaxaura will be inserted on the
tallowingterms:
One DollaiP per %quare, of twelve lines and

a sadter for Ars neertio(savidlSeventy-five
Teakly advertisers shall be limited tob th0
spate contracted for. All contracts shal e la
wiring, acating deSnitely the nature of the
assinesetobe advertised. Any advertisement
met properly connected with the business shall
in charged separately and also any excess of
an rer the amounboomn r ed 2.rho sum-
ear of tu.eruons required, to.u 1.@ cocatinued
no orb adl. o II elrrged for all an-
asonenmenu of Canielates bar Ullace, am ad-
Javaan

Ipgrates*
Contract advertise ea(a payable qtsarter ,
alvertisements fm stragersAl tdhe
n nerheneaHedfor.
Onosquareforsittmenths,.. . $1000
L pl or Business Cards, pr an 10 00
Application for Letters of Administra- 6 00
tion - - * *
NoticatoDebtorsandCreditors * 700
Appliastionfordismissatso Admanus- 10 00
All biRs for Job Printing, must be paid
enth delivery of the work.
so
TOCOI HOUSE
AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
river East Florida is now open
for thereaeption of Boarders,
This Hotel has recently been


(now being oonstructed) connecting this point
wMh St. Augustine. A line of stages will leave
St. Augnedae every 'I'hursday for Tecor and re-
turning leave Toook every friday untilJhe
hast Road is ifimpleted.
Applicantator board will please apply to
E.T. PAINE, Tood Fla.
Dec 0.3859.
HealthandKappiness BeauredI
.YOUNG MBNWhoareaufferingfrom the ep.
eetsofaelf.abuse. can be surely and permanen-

Ob
Aasanulaxprowmirwr. Ransor son wsAK* ?
same or ra
pgtocREAqYEORGAMS.

as a rnnanny.)
LongJanen kneyn @re me
'tilB OffLY ILEADY
r wouldrurely permanently rest.ire to
..N.a.mlwthenem isf on .Vig p. reams
q
T LE IT DisatfTIONS OF EARLY YOUTil.
"Itsi- preparnion he not a BTIMULENT. but
A PliRELY REDICIMAL REME.
DY.
Theffillistelareinvitedtotryit
rf WH.I. SURELY CITRE.

4 th8andfo scirnalar rstbt diitearefullyaud
EICBPEBVIAI., ONE DOLLAR
Cambissentbymait Onarialwilllastamonth.
WHOLESAI.BANDRETAILBT
R. ORITGER, AGE"'
Wo.742 Broadway, W. W.
,.,assure,**--
-:op-----
*QUACKSRY EXPOSED.**
A +uluable Medical Treatise on disease and
'"""tfit TMh?"WAY
Sh ard Pr 4 verybody.Pricol20ents.
September 1, .. Ty.


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN,
sTERoscoPIC EMroRIUM*
E ANT II O 5 7, 5
808 Broadway, New York.
After May 1st, 1800 at 501 BROAD WAY, two
doorgross the 8t, Nicholas Ilotel.
The Stereoscope is the most instructive, in
teresting, entertaining, amusing, and exciting
of modern inventiomp.
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow-
ledge its worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate a everywhere.
we Idnesenite to youir) vi Icleverypart of ithe
and sharpness o tai, as if er@ t'
Photographers are everywhere exploring
Eurode, As ,eAfr emi, Arneriles ines8euTel o
skill are constantly enriching our stock.
of e eas le anj d 2, a
170 RDis RICS, FFAH00, EOlgiGm, Holland.
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt.
Athens- the Holy Land, China, Judia, Crystal
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
riate scenes, hreakfast scenes, pianies. statu-
in IcteriAn e quis Le asso tme IHud
Cathedralsoffrance,1taly, &c., &0. The ef.
fe t of there illaminated views is man rinverk
ry gerill-s.rarun a sill nod reined rt.ue
ein 1 lasive in ....*Jrar-rr.,r r,<.m some of our

arag rr. I.. Is...re =.. .n. g.11sil one a ar.<.sign
.... gr one. 1..... a.am Irle Offd. ot rt.e p.au.
r. 1 -1.1 I .Cs th see m liew
.ressal...-r it...a.g...pl as .-r II.. or
aL*,,1011...1==--=a.p..rule edular..Ir
sis.v.g r.> r... ... Ru-.. v4..Ji II ing.; he de
.5 les s.* I ... -i.....r to 6.. 1 .2 1.ractua .... Lf n hot
e*** [t.,-, ny ,... I'.s grade.ginatiddl ai
us..,.-,,, e.... 0...0.. ..a ...r.irms n
.In- II.e 1...... -or .....1 .s ... p.e..
,',,\ ,, ,, oc i 0 o ing nu-
.rel .rg- ... 3..r a for Anthony's Instantaneous
haews of American life and scenery.
"""Y'llin'""it ":int?1'e!"'i"td
F ten Street Erayer Meetings6in which many
heartsfearap hiterest. The particulars of this
we it *** a ur. I ars natr, on I.-E
our a.ms.q.a.r .r., L I 0 res.5 ir. I be
forwarled i., *,r., is] r *' 5 EL .


1 Aps eas.
view. are., (wa 0 -
sent by mail.
PM fire who wish to e advised of everything
really w..ianar- su the line that comes out, may
seas as ge. rnames to place on record, and ws
emu be 11 e.-- sisted no our own expense.
,1 Men of e- ...< will find Photography a most
,,rur I delightfuleamusemen a 0f
was ry r.= so..,r worse. loyal.ur 5 1. .r..
tru us II-< I Ian Word* .- pse . <-.

Ib fr j ." .I.
,,$ I /.
.s... ..na or as or ,Jo....... .., we
oPs rhapisers -E...a 0,
T:251. ::::-...was, ..
of Negative,
Star. S. 4m.
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OE
GOLDPENCIIS

COLD .00 0 K ET 8!
a r
AGoldPencilwarhGoldPenausebed,
""
0 0 I, aLOCEE 'r *
Por ss.o ol
Aso rn in n To rica IKrterFilSER
"*

;,Eta;. 27'" "5"'"" "
emy. O s 11-1 !. as. the universal satisfaction
,;ou. is *.11 isle ...e patronized our house, we
2.11'11""';1'?,"E'"ff:1."4"st"f"
We washitunderstood that this iaNo Lottery,
4.1^" ,;=9esp. zgzinh h h ea
a GOLD PI >.ii all II s LL 1 0 ..
a node. 0.. o 1.0 aso n, ,
-- -'k
.0 ... .. .net ..... t .
p 10. :== 30, or even 300
5' ci RESKED!

*,son oz7
aborearticles, can first send us their name and
samessmasse wherseemer-ses. .en
andPen, or Locket, and we will make their
some..... a...r ....t ... .ms
Prm..un. .aur c..r.u re I can II. r
g ..w no, on as on at a.
bu a g E. I inthe
pu .. ...r. su or u..de un- rsts.we act.
to o..,.4. asqum.e.. rs..

7;- ',7, vie Labould feel :,.r
rely upon being as fairly dealt with as us h
they had made previous a llwation.
refl'v'.E'A'"'dink ad6P nu w on
et and Premium, free.
orl or full particulara send for a Pencil and Pen
-AmoggoarPremiumsarearticleasuitablefer
Ladies and Gentlemen, such as
amatemens sonm or on.

Gold Bleeve Buttons, Gold

Gota shM stu thinK wkh settings
Mital .%.style; Gold Brean
FOR LADIES,
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosaio, Gold
Stone, cameo, Garnet and Coral Breaist Pins
and Ear Rigge, Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve
Buttone, Gold Belt Slides, Gold Rings. &c. &o.
Also, Manas, Melodeons, Musical Boxes, Ac-
cordeons, &0. &c.
Unexceptionable references given whenever
required,
N. B.-Jn setting your names, write the
State, Canary and Town plainly, so as to avoid
letters being miscarried.
Address ANGLlf & CO.,
, }102 DAEAL oTEEET Old No.)
W FORE


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DYSPEPT C REM SY
z *

Remedy ha s the lar-
r a
geSt SRie OI Ray 1887
ICIDO ill 18 WO *

100,000 packages
so m enrgia and

BOHill CR#Olina H

ourteenmont s. 1.

is av warranted to

cure, if directions
HYO followed, any
*
ORS6 Of JSpepSla,

I VO 7 piSeki ,-

AMBdICE 80000

Debility, Palpitai-

tion; Chronic Dial--

9 Giddiness,
D d
8preSse Spirits,
Loss of Appetite,

Pain in the bide arid
.
Back: It is special.

ad'spted it to Fe--
188 0 COIDylaiR(S; it

produces Rotund.

itf Of F OUR in f e-
I " FITL**
IBRIOS 01 RA uln and

Spare Unbit.

Every invalid
should try one
P k
ac age.
FLIgg &
PROPBI01084
ag a BroadWay, New Yor]c.
for alla is Ef. Augusting by
BE CARR.
Apyjl 14 iggy
FOYS I foYS / /
A large variety of T4,ys for the golvelays.
Nor* Lil I NRLAAW


PURNITUTEl"PURNITURE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.,-
Sy

$ 9
(Forally H. P DEGRAAry)
Wo. STBOWERY.New York.
This establishment is six stories in height, sat
extends242feetthroughtoNo.66Christiestreet,
makingit one of the
LARGEST PUBNITURE HOUSES
in the United States.
'they are prepared to offer grostinducements;
til jle WholesabbTradnePf Rogewood,
Mahogany,
and Walant
PARLOR AND CHAMBER FITR-
ITERE,
Also. CAxx and Woon Sr.Ar work, all quall@
ties; HAsn, IIvide and Senixo MATTRESSEB, 8
large stock; ENAMELED CHAMBER FL 4 MITIFRE,
I sets, from $22 to $100. e
Jenny LInd and Extension Post
4 Bedsteadt,
.3 feel wide. qpenially fir due .4 .u I.,rn Trade.
PI1ubs ar lunal' user ann.uiness.... *Isly *om-
JilgPALL WORK QUA.5AlliTTEb RM .

No Goosts Retitued on 2 ne
Ms..h lu-lau Sri

...aumannous roman in.r"'
Ralso rorrainst or on."

a

asur a
c'Costar'a" RatBoachke.Extermine
07*
"OOstar's"
Woostar'a" Bad-bug Eddrminstor.
,"Costar's"
"Costar's" Electria Powder, for' la.
SectS, &0.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY


in short, every form and a ceies of



10Years established in New York City---wset
by the the City Post-OBice--the City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamera,, Ships,
&e.-theCityllotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholas."
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private 41-

IR&" Druggists and I oilers everwhere sell

SS** WholesaleAprite in sil the larpCitide
and Towns.
AIGP"!!! Bawins!!! of sjinclous imitatiseq

I'af="^"""'"""'""o,
fers"to
JURY R. COST 4 P.. Pure.ur. D ar,
6 .150spon.a;Jpp.aness beloballesal.)

0 or n. can.
6 19-1860. in.




50 ORARLOTTE STREET
.. .ws, s ter., ..,.34,
most p dd testa ad it
goodsat very low prices ior cask or city
25:"::".":: Z"'oiti:I: ,
triends accompanied with the cask wih
promptly attended to with great care and stron
"?":?"",?"a':6"'== );t=
send me orders for dry goods that th will L
updwth at care ad teendon t 7give ei
p neer. Ali annous e
chas sonweds par .oTj col as

a en so agrise or career mears. 4
DR Y GO OD3

expaisGng Fu}oc broad Cloth, Doe sklda Cai
q e..=p., nz
grey B ankets, negro5Blankets, English Mer:-
""1 ,,,j"".JnketedNegro KUracyAley
.MerinounderShirts, PanoyCloaks o ,>u(iena
nexain..aesteverism earea. )
English Cambries, Red and Whi F n .
sor 2. we son -

ARRIAGE GUIDE-Being a private is.
IVbraces for arri.a r.,an.., ta...
beus b les

r prevenon or off-.-plung, anohadn.g all u e
new discoveries never before given in the En*
h y Wati tUe o inM wD.rk.
is written in plain language for the
reader,*and s ihustra a ri th amiteron
plating u2geandC2ng
imped ment to married life, who dd re Ld th a

di e
will be sent to any one on the receipt of twent g

ce ep P age a
ag., AFFLICTED \ND UNFORTUNATE
u y eFed a ur disease before
of the notorious QUACKS-native or foreign....
whe advertiseinthisor any other paper, gas
a copy of either of Dr. Young's Books and rest
it carefully. It willbethemeansof savag yes
many a dollar, your health, and possibly year
life.
DR. YOUNG ean on cousulied on any et thi
diseases described in his publication, at his
Office, No. 416 spruce Street, above Fourth.,
August 25, 18tid. tt
IG8 Dates Gum Drops INek Candy, k.e.48
A. $. CABS,
April T-*nlagily


It ERO 8 ENE 0.1 LI
THE.TEWYORKKEROSENEGILCO.
(ESTABLISHED 1854.)
Announce that, having made great improve-
ments in the manufacture of Kerosene, they are
now enabled to offer it to the Trade at
A REDUCED PRICE'
'the attention of customers is re actfull
called to the subjained table, the ppult of
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,
1856.


.
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THE 077Y PORTIVE CUlta
Trit atY PoelTIVI, CURE
,
THE ONLY POSTIFF CURE
121E UNLY ro TIVE cuRE


FLOUR,


BUCKWHEAT, '


BUTTER,

BEEF,

PICKL

BUGAR,

SPICES,

TOBACCO,

SOAP,

PAILS,

FLUID,

.
DATES'
AND
Jan. 7.


CITEESE,


LARD,


TEASg
COFFEE,
TRUITS,
LONFECTIONERIES,

cSEGARS,
PIPES,
POTASH,
80DA,
PAILS
UROOMP,
CAMPHINE, CANDLES,
JELLIES,
="**
PRESERVES
B. E. CultR.


NEW YORK PTANOS.


T. H. CHAMBERS
1
PIAMO IORTES.
"ESTABLISHED IN 18SS
T.11. Chambers. Plano Mann-


(Formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dubois,
Bacon AOhambers.)

.7,, "a'si qno"";"
NEW YORK CITY.
thisis
b st th & $,Ca pe cohoradp
Bgnarsi .
etyhb and a s oular, with ekacr{ption o/
Alstch31-1800, Sm.


W'IR8 INS 0 OMPAxy,
CAB HOAP IT A L,

$'lOO 000.

pmeos-ast anomerar. an
60 WATsh STREET.
---o-
This Company Insuree Baldi Me
$se, Ships, and their Car es, inig rehan
hold Parniture, sad ICreonal rt, use
generally instLoss or Dam Property
TSIMI W BAKE e by fire.
JORN BODS.TE, Vice P dent.
W31. JAFFARY, 8eoretary. at*
OBO. R. PAIRWA gg,
RA .


HAVANA


SEGA.R&!


N- O GERO

Oxy simacever endin Br ndof thelel
Lec.5.

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.

i@Ae s nak8dn nua H hot
navigatiop. This tract is heavily tim
eredwith LiveOakflt for ship building, and
adapte4tothecultivationorany crops grown
thenouthern oountry. Also80aoresof Lanti
situated about 17 m les south of St. Augustine,
ff,"oanes we sq 9, q.4 pr
St. Augustine, July 14,1860.

111215 & Caps
FAM FASHIONS ME OT/f.
Brokeloosecarryin away
the eque .2. e ra
body mast have a new Hat i he
u se d v iand vedy d 3mu t h)n ver '"
ohooseknowinglysuchavariety. Everything
from a steve-pipe down to a cheese, with Broad
at a c s rn 0
Plug Ugly Swell Head Ventilaters, Regulators

ibit EDail
Nov. 12. T. NELSON

JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ
SIERCE1.1.NP TAILOR.
WOULD respectfully inform his f -londs
and Line public generathy, that he is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
ling, which they may favor him (th. Its has
on han 1, and is always supplying Manner with
the most faubionable Gouan, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, blackbee
Sk n,. and Fancy Gassimers, Vestings, Neck
Tica, Ac.
All orders expouted in.the heat style et work*
alonship, foreask only


*




for sale is St. Angesting If

3. E. CARR,
April 14-1860;*

(EGETABLES, PeesCera,&a. &o. *
3. E. QAgag
Abst M..J800g


c~rl& 8EFn


swans strE
P
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he ownst ,
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.& Y.
arou sn.r
AND antisti.YT= V


MAN an 1.4. r /
Man;; ,-
IMAN AM I mann nu T.
TDT ONR ParlA
rs;[ ..r ran
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a ass runap
ru use 7AurAer.
as p 7 4 vaadd ed *r Line
t*(a y sedr.onian or as
seempilenise spos:ial and pecu*uar man a



April 34-1860.


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