Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: November 3, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00214
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I..nne wh ifr.)a.1,".ngd, as he even ..dily
s.i.1, he' I'dHifflife as vier, he had
a terra f.>od..p tap..n ab.:- salt ass..r."

had bul..:r _
every sea and, and ph e.d has
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earth ife bud-smoke8 uniuill a th rhe
Tu.k. eaten dares with the A..1.. In.g

& n squads, of tirelve lines and
forthetirstinsertion, and serestprive
seats for enclosubsequent insertion.
\ Yearly advertisers shall be limited to the
space contracted for. All contracts shall be in
writing, sto Adeft tely the nature of the
p, as ly connected rithAny a da e7
be charged separately and also any excess on
m v triek as fanarC ri the num-
ear pr insenidns.required, will be continued
or Todh!sa el chargedforallast-
sounwanents of candidates for unice, in au-
& Obituary notices, when they exceed six
sinessalongthwillbechargedfor stadvertise-
ing rases.
Goutract advertisements payable quarterly;
advertisements from strangers and transion,
persons, payablem advance. Alsothers willbe
sensidered due when called for.
one squtre, for six maths, $10 00
Legat or Businese cards, pr an g 10 eg
Applicanon wr Lears at AdaninistrT 6 on
Fedise to Debtors and creditors - 7 ut,
Appneation for dismissal as Adminis- 10 0
tra All bit for Job Printing, usual a pai
enth delivery of the work.


- nvCapi on Arth coumie a sisdud
me directed and delivered in favor 6f William B.
Giles et. at vs.RufusK. Sewalland wife, I have
Br% & or U piod are S .. .-
or. pril l list, auke usual hour or sale the ful
stdeft h state .{ ..T

or us use ug.var.2 >> Irran=eu r., Su.. ,,.
sanes on.1. .4 to John st. an- r es, al.
The abowe ..I. .. ps.*erpened uptil the 1st
Money .. May.
Tr..- anese .. pe.sponed until the Aret
h bony le is postponed natil the first
Monday in July.
T sale is postponed until the first
Theabove21 a postponed until the first
M nt bone 1 on /ed until the Arst
Monday in October next.
The abore sale is postponed until the Mrst
IIonstbanfloqnai genoutx not until the $ra
Monday its December nexe;
The abovesaless postponed until the srst
moody in Jannuarynxt.
Theabovesale is postponed until the 6rst
Monday in February next.
The Above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in March ness.
sa w .= en st.poutponed until the Met
The above sale it postponed natil the first
Th v sne :postponed until the first
monday in June next.
MoTh o sale ispostponed until the first
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
hdeTdony 1 i pxo sponed until the Arst
3$onday in September next. .
Thde ab v sabe b postponed until the Arst
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
Mogasy in November nex .m. B. DAvis,
Acting, sheriff Brprer4 County.
March 6th-1869'

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<, J..r -an... we an -,trecal.nuse makise up,.I.Inn.ay Gr- Jour BELL-It happens that )jr, [kg
**Lowly!' end. re:1 J..he.ny. Anasher gidne D..ay. -and Daisy pardonindJ dinny. bus been fluble in hi.. policies, enprici.-asirr
p.e* at Mr. Fry, 5.1 n .ir..r al..) w .e united for hfeand his petwillill stisoh=nentd*, impracticable in
.1:-.;,. the scene changeel and again Joh=u.t ever si had more for the ruir co-operating with Southern calleseues and
J.-br..I. we enaminki as 1.>.>k. rmed of the Pacide, or she daughters of national o'ongreemen, and wainable to our
t*,.run.nries..ple, sh.. 1..,.,..? ...f the are.nd the 11.1. us' for the girls of any lialy, or .enemies by his indirus purposes or mistaken
Turk, w.e. bdn-e la ... La ..s.r us bass) Spain. vices.
...Isar.rn:1.-=er.e I. ..I. I.'s.. is 4'..? -an. Be haebeen anti-Bank and Bank
4. r. ch...s u se:* r =.. ...=1 r.> 10. ...As< LE P IT Bli BEMBEBJIlRD. He has boon and Tarill'and TariiF.
:r.:e. L...... ha 3 .... . I'.. .. ...r 7. us. IT c.5/3\ a |@.2 s/,ann .... she eg a as Be has b..on againal: all the Whig doc*
t. th:..r.--.J ...* I ..., b ni su. .ne reoreno..o. so.Lation panous by .Lrines 4nd for those all.
-r reas.H..:h- cloche1in too, m.a a -a t... me s..r onig Seouser* ..Ha' b can a Demoeras, Whig sud a
two galeshes.*rs. , .... w man so a unses au. .
.J.< ..' nor..J-fe'reaki she I wr -- ?Lu. Ellilw.s been Jo a
1,,. 1,(ses a n,.01:= p. L*(...ey of and Juksuall. liere.s soilailaur.
*-al..r:so-'"-s i.c.II,.anyrubb:n; LI 1.*.,beenfly'smaligner,41.48CL.y"a
less bag rough handon glee. amans see to on re a >' trend, then Ulay'sopponent.
Again the curtain lifted, and Johnny as shedouth-tuo Missouri Goasprounse-shd 11a has vbted and noted against the
stood upon the shores of Italy. The lonely, against the Kanaudierseas at and usa see Southern and natiousl men on
Amerman party of Georyu, so Convenuon, ae. most of the
Bay of Naples lay spread out :is a mirror cheedtuat an, man thua was unworthy issues which have arisen between them
before him, and from its surface were re or nonenera euntuence or or assmues wu and the abolitionisse; so that even whe
elected the g argeout rays of the setting sun. an e a re i ened se .xx nas.x, rated soubd, his conclusions and. conJu.t hav
Then an Italian evening di-elose J to his for tuead.aiseson of and orn 2, voting ages been wrong.
charmed gaze, fair daughters of italy sail- r"Cmou a 1 'of ti, use 2 4 Is he the mart for Presidelitf***IPhas3
ing upon its waters-tonabing the guitar era, and was acu nus as case, of us e. Ag Union.
withtheirgentleangers-andsiningwith amta. c.4, as writerNorYork, sad .
their lovers, songs of the olden time-the Lad be remembered, that in 1838, Joxx Bass.; "la Floyd Gaa.
time when proud Roin: was in her glory then a senator in Guag as, voted agaurst uses. A correspondence of the New York
mies.ou of Kansas under use Lecommon Conscine. Tames writes from Old Point Comfort(Va.)
"Paradise!"murmuredJohany. **Three avaastrancip.acaus ease much had pre-
cheers for the morry girls at Naples.,, viously declared can a rause to admit senses that on Tuesday lasttisegreat"Floyd Gaa"
under one Lesumpton Conoutution would be 6 Was firedist the first time:
Slowly the picture faded from view, and vietwo., ora *-grea' sau **pain" oussite- ,1 .
Johnny stood upon the sheses of his na- ion:.1 runs. The first shell, weighing 800 pounds,
her at oe remembered, that Jos.r Bases has re. rse thrown fifteen hilndred and forty yards
tive land. The curtain rose, and three pea my, watam use can we years, sanon-sons at an angle of five deKcers-end striking
scenes pused lapidly before him. Pointy c.s.urne evadd OJAerd04 ants the sand, bounced seven hundred and fifty
'Twas Sabbull eve. A bright-eyed ,ii n.ass..aud itsedo140mid o' save *** yards further. The charge of powder was
Yankee gid and her lover sat in the kitch. Let it heramendered, the Jons Baza. has late- twenty pards. Tnesecond shell, weigh.
en of a Yankee far:u-house. Near the y ly L.edumeeresses by .s so..a.come, appeased ing338 pounds, w..authing up.
upon an oaken table, were rosy apples, and idzpa se youtense son nation up- troJ ordrour milesdon ea no at an a le
foaming usues of eider. Before them, up a rever or me proteenau or see ra, as orates five pands of powd.:r. The powder of
on the hearsh of the noble fire-place, whose ** sue carrisonee, was mass as ease ry ,;nica sisis gun is tired is in grains ofaheat
hu:ze bnok-log helped send upward the losidere.awaberel, that Jons Baxr. was .'tThette rglianot solo
brigitt*Same.lay the honest house dog. eye- asa as sn' ramparts. but the waistling th hell
ing with a roguish loor pu-ring pua lia time he a herease a are as ar me through thealr as terrific. The shell thrown
corner, while the fair maides, witn the rose ca us an .Am ... . upon the water was forty-twoseconds in the
of health upon her cheek, and a py ..a as belove ntriking. Thed* Sloyd Gan" is
sparkle in here eye, us.... Ia 0 *;** a .20.aut n will "Ts .an 6i7r6 /
tender words of love as rt.<> es no unean '" .. .. mi.:* It w.-ast.s 43,000 puands, and at

e scene ange appy couple ..,,- .. ., - a deer as w...Ju.uyound The New York Trits ak
were at the altar of the village church, and I,......4.... m... ala. me m es as
the stor pinoin her hand in his eat Let it be reasabered, can this u se Envrsas appeal to its friends to try and carry Mary.
"pa g rep Evanserassasaa sense wrisses ions arser- land for Lincoln and HamhnI It gives
ed in solemn tones; **What God hath join- were, measse agreed was as adamaureastiar,
ed together let no man put asunder." '"'nar,**us time was has of he argeAsses, = its opinion, however, as follows:
Another scene and the last. A pretty rus a6w. 8aTasu s prawlicanj' th Bp cottage with a porch before the door, barous messaurause. Would carry Maryland; now it is
wreathed with vines and flowers. Our Let steerea avered, cau caused Ernarr morally certain to go for Brookiuridge,
Yankee girl stood in the doorway, swaitirag ur fo 2,, 29, a 8 us i fsee mile Linedu will beat Dodgliss badly in
her husband's return from his daily labor, a sawatsonow ex colu.aun. the popular vote.
with the small fat hands of two chub'oy Luit hereas.nbered, that EuwARD Evaarra
litti 1 = venous acurtus emu congress all?" A widow.1sdy, aleting by a cheet.
< I, who,1se r p t' It stli" se air a to a do ex $,sneanonwaor ful fire in a meditative moud, shortly after
out to welemne him with soft, inoiss kisses Let a he reassavered. LuM Fas.use EYsant her nusband's decease, sighed out: "Poor
a vases we a comma 0 waters.4 see was fellow-how he did like a good fire! I
and prattled merrily with him of birds and ex na.,s.unty, ta. us.u na x James, .x use .:,4.
flowers, as the took their evening stroll nawagousanse, sents.ia use ea,,,,,-eases of hope as has gone wine they keep good
6 do.sgress on easters crate userses on 1.1 see fires.
through the garden, onewga sileavou!" cried Johnny in rapture Lemberesembered, s.mas downs Evanart THE D A LATPOR,2[.
and awoke to find the warm kiss of Daisy vored for e usu.unan 041 ring can Ja.igress departedfromthe mq;orit& ofthecommittheon Be*
upon his furobead. us af, a codeause star.- solutions at Charleston andedqptedby the Fa-
Roguish Daisy I S':o had been absent La a be yea mered, G as arms avanarr tional Democratic conventional Battimore,
from home, and returned a few hours after 22 if $3 Cisff, "j De s it tr C s ami a p dme
she arrival of Johnny's ship. Hastily ar- .vance use none.xac ac no Govername anna the rationagesplanatory resolugions:
ranging her sunny ends, and putting on a secure one assaumoves usuous slavery more. First, Thai 0 a govers aunt of a Territory,
pair of trim little gaiters-a nice tasty little Let ithe remembered, thus, Esw4an Evanarr mo r in irt 1 / a ti
bonnet and pretty shawl, she tripped joy. voted for a resolutimidoutenag was Usagross sons of the Jn ted States have an eqin1 right
fully down to the wharf, and found Johr.ny as ,,at, p as it to g to @ /or or r
on board asleep, anoring away quite furious. Union, anoa tas examic of can power iz ty, being destroyed or ingsked by congrosaion-
ly, and talking to himself in a very odd, need oi susynampses of ad-w u; and r en" r I giaj lay of the Federal
queer way, of pretty girls, lovely bove, and Let it 64 reaanbered, that EnwLan Evanarr Govers'uens, in all its deparonents, to protect,
Paradise. us a use use us ada u u ar oei (uan t roman
- Placing her shall han'd upon his aboub sisdhe masses only rates as re us; to t. eous 1 a on, in hority extends.
der, and giving him a good pull, and at ae scan we I ha a we 7p l ear'rerrr
te same time a hearty kiss, be.slowly open- inglong anead ad any a too a sa. ase consum ion, the right or severeiguty commences
ed his eyes, joyfully surprised at Daisy's usetsexacted. as sus use proper o:sa ae so mid, ouing causananted by admission into the
presence. "'"' 'ca du <. a no f, of at so on5ua to w -g
"You naughty fellow," said she, with & PR 4&&?"*, Anaded ougak so be adensued into die ederal
merry laugh. "I've caught you dreaming With all these facts staring the a in the fan, @noin, wa nor a ( onesis son prohibits or ro*
of Ital an and Spanish maidens. and whis- can Antaers men vote torass.J.and Evasant Resolved. That the Demooratio nPdale afe.ta
peering *beautiful P. 'lovely,' 'gorge Jons M b The ful- tear oftheacquuins a sera to a v
on Paradise P ^Heaven,' &c., which andjaas so spain; (st the earliest, presicable
I suppose means that they are perfect and lowing statement is confirmed by the life. manent.
heavenly in your eyes... lon,, concession and "co.upromise" policy in th tea e he
"Fudge1" said Johnny, "I- was only of John Bell on the slavery questpon: rugxuve slave law, aranosalonicharactor, sub*
dreaming of you, Daisy, and the joys of Mr. R. R. Barrow, of Louisiana, in aJet- 'readve ordise constitution, and revolutionary
my native land, as contracted with the ter to the New Orleans Saunnel, says: i Resolved, that the Demooreof ofttup Un 4
unes arid fair ones of foreign cliuseii.- 1 met with John Bell at Memphis last, sS a recog no eat e a 21> di.
ieir ones are not haven tomelike mine, musiner, after any return arous the Virginia neuin sa luatigues, anackeras home or in-rse.
either are their daisighters angels like you Springs. In a conversation was idiu w,;nt ass, so .ca, neous as itis native
nd ymiur sisters, the fair maids of my own about Louisiians and a so datest vt use Ap. box jno of the greatest necessities at
prentice Africau Bill at J$aton dauga, .s.s i Co an a polinual, so amanial, poetal.and
Then Daisy sate down by Johnny, and say views, waiah were in raise of acceal >.4 poses or new, is a sp way wanitutica.
old him how that she had faithfully sem sing alavery by Africans, as reasurised is@ i 5stee Pacide use Ausatia seasus
im loving epistles, though they had doubted say plan, and said slavery was at demolved. That the National Democratic party
trangely miscarr ed; that she had not re ed, and we must do the best we can with sloh a Tked thmue v qpu e 3m am
eived*his; that her little heart, too,. had it; the he was opposed t.o its extendon any tau, to one entent of the conscioutional ananort.
een very, very jealous, though she had forcher; anilerstood from his conversation my otUongress, for the construcuoo of a Maciate
struggle against is bravely; and then share that it was morally and le$ally wrong. 2* d th pa

, . *; -n 7. .
Desiringtoconulbute Iin <.ur r**:<*.r
to the necess, o the d@DIO01'aull? II*.*Islant. 5'
both State im de 1, we propose toassue
the S.comber for the Campaign commenc-
in the 4th of A not till after die election
to all new subscribers for fifty cents. As
we do this n erely from our interest in the
seecess of our worthy candidates, and in
support oftheimportant principles involved
is the contest, we trust, that all good dem-
eeratewillatleaste;thibit theirinteresti"
the canvas, by obtaining and sending us
the unmes of nunnerous subscribers for thk
ca n. Leas than this the can not'do.
We will say further, that if there are un?
true BRECKINRIDGE and LANE men in the
*Ity or out of it, who are unable to pay for
Lhis enzu n paper, if they will leave
sheir names at the office, we wdisend them
the Examiner till after the election FREE.
On these terms, if Democrats do their clufF*
the Examiner will be in the hands of
every BRycKINRIDos and LANE man ill
the couDLYf. 10% BS 800 WhatCari be done.
HowBlack Republicans VieW
ORIOR Elell St; whe. BOTIth,
Lincoln, you fear, is 80000aal-supp3rt .
ed by a geographical party. Will it be
geographical when he is elected? Must he
not them have a party at the South; and is
it not ready made to his hand to the Union

Indi, w1Wh 8 thern are in
his Cabinet, when Southern Whig States
men in House and Senate support his
policy, when Southera men are raised to
high oflices, and are seattered all over the
slave defend and support the

was,[1,+l'.enchman. mneesr..v.i wil, 11.9
hailan, birds' nests with john innaman,
bread fruit with the Sandwich Islanders,
sour kraut with the Dutehman, roakt beef
with the Englishman, and brown broad and
buked beans with the Yankee.
Now 'Johnny had seen thousands of
pretty maidens, but one at home possessed
the Ingest shareof his heart.
His last cruise had been for two years.
TwolongyearshadJohany's vessel been
dancing upon the blue waters of the vast
Pacific. At length "Home again" were
theonptaints orders. Then the brave old
ship ran down the western coast, peeping
at Chip and California, struggled bravely
around boisterous, spiteful old Cape Horn,
then.glided.merr:iy up the Atlantie, pas-
sing the warns, sunny lYest India bles,
808 One Indid day in May dropped her rusty
anchor in the lurbor of Juanuy's na:ive
81. Daisy Ripple, who lived just over back of
the bill in a little settage; and our hero, by
elimbingthe must a bit, cold see the
smoke curling up from its stone chimney.
He had not set 0 her for two years. For
two year< none of her letters had reached
.him-none of those disinty little epistles
su&h as she had sent him on his previous
voyage, with his aime so prettily written

her letters miscarried, or were the fair
maids of foreign climes more trustworthy
than thoseof his own dear native land' -
The bewitching French, the proud Span-
ish, and the dark-eyed Italian girl he wab
sure would not treat him thus, neither

narg d old Union of whic
h he is the re
erp s- would he fearto trust the Greelan maiden
is stive "ty no u acyou geog"e or the blue-eyed English girl. Then why
faith in he future, some foresight, some should his Daisy forget him? Jie was
vexed with home and all its daughters-its
precaution of the inevitable course of brightest flowers. The girls of other climes
events? Theory of disualen has already were fair, and why should not he beas hap-
ceased at the South, and the people of py in the sunabine of their smiles as in
that region are avowedly recoveiling them- that of his D is *'s ? Surel 41
a y y sey might
selves to Laneoln's election.-ltufalo (N. make house as sweet. He would not go
7.) Cornmercial.
as are site first day, an so, with the blues
As we write, we are gratited by the re- upon hiur, he lay down upon the deck na.
ceipt of the following telegraphie dispatch der a broad canvass, to read and hurry
from a reliable source in Baltimore: away the hoursas fast as Time would Jet
"BALTIMORE, MD.. Oct. 11, 1860. Iden.
"A Wide Awake Club is to be formed The afternoon was warns. Soon sleep
in our city this evening, which will be fol softly closed Johany's eyes, ad he was in
lowed in rapid succession. You may set a world >eyoud the sea.
dern Balcimore City for Lincoln, apd no A little, funny looking old mark stood
mistake." before him. He had white hilir, a dowing
That is the talk! e do not feel sare beard, and held a bit of stick, a sort of
that our friends will carry Baltimore; but wand, in his little wrinkled hand.
if all who want him elected will just vote **Look, Johnny Breeze," oried the old
for him, he will have more voters in that man, slowly Clifting a curtain, giving his
eity than any other candidate 1st Breek- wand a Sourish, and then pointing to the
inridge. Baltimore is just St. Louis over scene before them.
again, and only needs a Frank Blair and Johnny looked. A mist seemed to rise
two years of Republican ascegancy at from before him, and then he saw tlke lovely
Washingtoo to tender her the Gibraltar of isles of thaP4tdfic 80ating calmly upon the tini Eassof81avedow as .waters of tlus vast ocean.--Along their
85. Lqugs is in the West. sh The oligarchy understand this. They maidens with dark L s .. J grac.ftil forms,
dread'the election of Lincoln as insuring a were "bashing in theit waters-sporting
revolt, notof their black slaves, but of upon their waves---and bound ng from
sheir white opes. They are trying, by the rock to rook in girlisa gleewhile the moon
help pf their dry goods lackeys in the was rising from the ocean, and its pale light
Northern seaports, to bully the people out seemed dancing upon the surface of the
of their choice, by thrents of disunion cahn Pacific. ... .
which they no more dare attempt to exe- "Beautiful!" murmured Johnny,*brush-
cute than to set their own house on fire inga big fly from his nose.
A fiew hot heada like Yanoey may really slowly the scene faded away, and dark.
mean to break up the Union whenever ness followed.
they shall have causel to rule it; but an? "Look Job "
move in that direction wi.1 only precepit- eried th*s inan, a n hTd or
ate the disaster they are seeking to avert, Holl inh.

T 0 till do a r8 w'ps8i g Johnny's eyes opendupon the shores of t
pain, land of romance-land of chivalry h
680 1 ee e on f a n a the moonliglittof a sumgner's eve, s
footually. They wall neithes aped sor do. p axe girls, wi 6 their lovers, were
dancing upon the green, while trave youths b
Are external aid.-E Y. %H6uas. was singing sal-stirring ballads of the s

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BATURDAY.NOT., 8, 1500.

: ~-I-- C ~r ..

A disculty having arrian between Got
Philip Dell of Alachua Condy and Gen.
Edward Hop1rine of Duralby reason otan fre
article published in sundry papersof this .BR
State over the signature of "A Doubtery M
therespectivefriends of the parties 95at pos
Newnansville on thp, 24th iDS$*, Of the SOD
purposeof grranging the eziallug deflieul. ar
ty. When thefullowing we adoptedas W
an sidjustment. It was also understood got
that the corres/pitdehoo be ablishedin me.
the sliffefenf Gazettes. th

NEWNANSYELLE 24titOct., 1880. .8
Gen. En. Ile>PECINS-Sir -UgOD & re. Ri
examination of the whole ground of difli-
culty between tas- is, is evident that my he
communication of thel3th8epteinherhas bel
been erroneously 4. untrund by you It s we
E*.uelus.: ll. 0 bl. by my include to [.0 *3Pi
properfos he. Lu sA I huhs ,haveE.l d fro

munication of above date has been duly str
placed to n.y land in consideration of So
3*****^"**** E tranein any insent on r su
destinguponme, I do hereby withdraw
age ng I ichmyou mayFhav5eh cos stru up
St. John's Mirror of date 29th Sept., 1860. per
'-Yours ke., lov
per O. F. HOPKINS. did
Gen. ED ROPKINs-Sir-Your cominu. B
nication of above daite has bqen handed me,
and in consideration of your withdrawal of
any thing'which you may have said in du
your communication published in the tuc
"Mirror'ofthe29thof Sept, wisigh was
construed by me as oKensive, Id hereby in

s oun erratsy ggtahturofte mu" vi
peard in the "East Floridian" October .e
thh l860. Youra &0., cea
8. R.PYLE. peo
per PHilitP DELL. as
Law -The last number of DeBows' Re' an
view givenan account of the States whieb
prohibit sheir oflicers and citizens from aids po
ing in the execution of the fugitive slave Br
law; in other words, which -have nullified ob
and broken the Constitution of the United bra
States: ate
Maine, New Hampshire ish
-1 a re is, w a use
Connecticus P na.aylvants su
gli & Rhoday.sud, er
H i-cu int ,ts. Q
The States rhichdenjr the use of nil No
public edifices in :.11 of he angster, ark-
blaine, formoDt,
achusetti, Rh6de Island,

The States trhidi provide defence for li
the fugitives, are- to

sin, no alas
Vermont, Mussachusetts, ons
fllie igan. Ne

fre teb twhi eide te e th
State, are- Al
Maine, | New Flampshire Vermont rai
The State 4 eclarep km free absolu- tha
tely is-New shire ant

pr eo U o{nts she rfx. ral
State who la II .u-r.s notion in we
his head ab st t.1 1 0 a ,d..r the Con- by
stitutionel i li pnd dday- the

that instrument- he

8- ( 0 IMPR SONMEar. an
Yernrent, 000 LL U
Massachixsetts, 6.utle 4 a -

Pe If a, 3 mo*a R4
Jaidiana, 5,000 14 years. tha
Michigan, 1,000 u 9 Br
Wisconsin, 1,000 Fu wil

ow e e a
by bt II; o shedding erocadile tears for ba
the On anypthat it is not at the Soul, or

I fi hja tascofu r r
its proyisions, that may r at be cepAble pa
em, a .. to no

frightee old women and fainr-bearted me
into aixbmitting to mob Sagrant vich.Lion d la
the Constitution, as the above Mich is is. Sa
tended to guard and protect the rig fa of hd
States and Individuals, by time States -
thateannot subsist a month without the th
Union th
'ChoNorth may very well cry out Unioja!
Unton!L Unionl!,' for .$he reason that they
heeNorth cannot, live without it. There git
think rpe party in those States who nig
ey clin tralD@6 $11 COQAtitSt OR ull
under foot and yet keep the Union.cogeth- Pr
er-that party ip headed by Lincolo,.and Ida
maded by Bell and Douglas. Pr
The Legislative of Noidk Carol'na or
wil othmence nts nonsession in aleigh, to
on Monday, Norpayber 16th, she

agp** Jonas aurns cea, of Pah.Hra. 11. ,
44 a 4 to> co

(psion in Rections, and receipt (pr tl

fem Nominationi. .

a Anatuar.

&Fiddle...J. P AlfDEPSON. GORRIE, of ranking.
Esser.......Jas$0 2s or$1sborough.
neartoo a f

What Shall Florida DoP

Beeedoof fsourael Whatens she do,"
thee.vent of I.rNoots's election but assert
berselfas-irThee, So\rereigh, independent
SoutheroState. Willshe, can she, enork
Goe her rights, her honor, her safety, enst-
ingallatthe foot of Black Republican
power? Parish the thought! Shame be
spon all who think it. No, never, shall
osir obli-alroas state bow so loy. Her
braveoitiseps were not born for such de-
beerment No true Floridian will think of
(for moment with any feelingabut those
othonor and detestation.
Businow shall our noble commonwealth
discharge her momentous duty in the im-
oding emergency? How resist the
ped degradation? When strike the
l ?

? r41

Ily []lp 800 MShonid E UDHS 0
Mr. Bell.
The anpporters of Mr. Bar.x, in Florlds
quelatly ask as why @ supporters of
. Bell, and bbeause we do nor, they giro-
e to keep ap ilwir divisioop and dis-
aion., and thus weda as
inbk the States Rig meeracy -
e proposeton.nebrietlyaoAereasonsis
co-operatiDM Wilb Abysu-!Ind for thin?-
; they we efferag and are operibusing r#
sues se at L.nesda.
la Mr Bell's algiewedents show that, he
not as advoc ng or the doctraneof the
ghla of Lhe, in lb< Union.
2nd Mr ell's surecedenta shp thal
as.not e sound prosLavery uran, and we
ievethat be lion been openlysmJ as
lly, the ally of abolitan..ts, and our
gion is predicated up. n facts, derived
D ila pth Aid

ength wlinever cather <.1, the Wall or
uth isnd in All prolmbility w;II 900so
re seingle electoral vote.
Thoseare our reasons for not linking
on AIr, Bell, and.for thidisigit the im.
ative duty of every S. ur horn me, and
er of the Union, to lay hun aside, and
tain, as AIr. Bartow has Syne, the can.
ates of the coustitutional Democracy,

ML In 1850, Mr. Breckiaridge infro-
the Distries of Columbia would Ga
lation ofhe true spirit and meaning of

a tkthmaitj' cs n at
se"ow, and could be regarded by the
ple of the South in no other light than
optitzilig the way for a direct attack ori
0 Ye urOo 8 O & henstM td
d our Representatives requested to o .
measure having that dad with.

eakincidges elb ap t e
ts.,o of Stasrery in the 1)ulso a oft.elum. .
, and calls such an not by its appropril
mime. Mr. Bell is in favotif of abol-
ingghe Slave trade is that distrier, on a
groud of **..pp.*.e...g' rhf'Arth-
h IS Lhq di reas.e L.- Jun I .I S. Jils.
men, C nds..Jy f 0.4 Pr=-edency
so ye- (quen t .as, a J 6 In of
ncuder, you-re of FIra-Jr.

A Ulstra Sun -The PC.rr .em .
re r.. wea and I ri e syla s-1.

@linber ^,ut a ie I d
us sluin the opho neral triusixphs of

no dphaSoutla. look shields an
etof Black fleptiblicanism will boistalyed.
ver more inthe history of nations, has

a nitbeeen:ipplicable than at the pre
l is liot yes loetatauTue is dt Tnek
sed which has written upon it principle
t are regarded by our enemies as boldly
agonistic to theirs. Letthewhole South
lyxinderthatflag, andall will yet be
ll. The wildest saidae eau be quieted
the determined eye of his inast6r. Let
Souchcease her biollering,.and show
r sectiount enemies that she loUlbit egant
her righs, and fanaticism willject cower
d shrink from the contest.-Nsshvills
BanklNRIDGE GrAININO.--*The Bayan.
h News says-W6 really begin to hope
t the rate which gill be case against
eckinridge and Lane, in use slave doutes
l be so enall as nor so impair she elf on
I a them gw

lho an d oli*ri ht bio ing Sell men
dge*' he

ut h I

rati(usons, they will do their part in
8 "

al@" J.N. Bows( late editor of she
dependust Iksa, committed suicide on
turday last, ar. Lake Oity by shooting
mself thmogh the head wish a pistol.
e have not heard any came assigned for
rush not. His remajoa were placed on
steamer Crede, to be forwarded to his
ehdsin Teanessee. 4

Mir A Vegulance Commitree was or-
ined in Paranadina, on last Saturday
ht, and the followsuggeodemen cleared
.:ers thereof: Ex-Gov. J. E. Droume,
esident; J Finegan, Eng T. D. klaw.
s, Esq.,,and Col. ID Timairus, Vice
resident; and IV. B Bahoook, Esq., as
tary. A Committee was also aggointed
prepare By-Laws, and suport, at rhe next

A Word to ttto People.
This is the last time we will hake an op-
portunity of calling your attention to the
Election which comes off on Tuesday inext
for President of tife United States. Wa
trust every densecur.t, and every true
Southern rights mari, will follow our ad-
v'o.-ge, to theP.,11searly, vote for BRECK-
INRIDGERD3 1.1NE,00ul allatinet'lly clone
so, ask your neighbours and friends to do
likewise. "From alliluarters at the South,
we hah ste most eptoutaging news of the
prospe..I. ofBu etinrides and Lane. The
pull. is a unit for them and ,equal -rights.
Mar land, thda.I wl:.II has ever hereto.
fore been w ee.s=., all also cause, is now
withitsarid will give her vote for the
equalityof theSouthintheption.
oursesm; sina n.cone...i ,ocuseunion,
iningerated at the pr.:.ap.ct of success and
triumpli 1 OL*Al futioth 7801 0 ht ilan

their ha, on the J.,y of Elect...o
When and where such sinful practices will
cease, thereis at present no telling for
thosemenare urged on by al.,:ohighin
position, and of immence influense. There-
fore we beseech all men of all parties at the
South, to eschew all minor differences and
vote for the Constitution and the equillity
of the States in the Union-BREGKIN.
RIDGE and LANE are the representa-
tives of that great principle.
Within the last few days we have re
State containing encouraging intelligence
respecting the approaching election, and
speakiDg in terms of approbation whichit
would scarcely become us to make public,
of the course the EXABITNER 11RS ptl08110(1
duriDg the Campaign. We appreciate

Libs lby and thankfully these treathnonials
wards a ourca can receive for faithful
and zealous efort in a good cause. If our

tpt fr chjs t n a praise last8ow

Speechof Gov.Wiseof Virginia
-He ls for Pight, AnyhoW.
Gov. Wise made a speech at Norfolk,
Va., on the 27 ult., in the course of irhich
he said:-
"So soon as the war already: declared
algamst my State and my seetton shall be
'@# e r idtebet, du r d
to draw the sword ordefence: I will wage
no private war. Twilltake a part is no
unauthorized foray. Ishall Srstawait the
of say wadoveeaCit ate

resolve and pra God the may lio Worthy
of the exam 10 of '9El and 99. I will first
appeal to Vipgidia for authority to fight
quder her banner. But if Virginia shall
unoatmeet the is eebo dunedo Ifn1pes at
nurssion To rmur untano sure or
HR SQLERLtdNif Ad all Ladmi

ME, wa in li lent AND no

a a gAD AN if ,
shall be raised, and we will see then,
whether the "Black Douglas" oan execute
his threat ofooercion.
That's the talk, and there are hundreds
of thousand of men-(white men) in the
United States, who will fight, a deadly,
fight too, before they will be placed on an
equality with Africannegroesorar:y ether
kind of negroes. No man, other thah a
coward will refuse to enter deadly com
test, in which life la to be sacrifiesd,.before
110 will yield his superiority to the African
slave, and such as will not fight such a
fight, deserves to fill a coward's grave.-
11118 g0Veriltibil6 was made, and fashioned
by white men for the security, peace nud
happiness of white men, and the ucgroe's
position is that of a subalturn-he is now
and was then subordinate to his owner's
and master's will. If crazy faunties, such
as Seward and -Lincoln, have a mind to
equalize themselves with negroes, it is
their own business, but when they contam.
plate forcing the people of FLORIDA to do
so, they will be fought, whipped and hung
a they deserve'to bo- -mark the predic-
. ,
NOW'S-Elite. Day RIld IlOW'Swil40
Thsi ti t head. Let oter
give onerne near his Country. every vues-
day nextth5e polls wi remai atoe nis

Let every vote be cast. Your ballots can-
not in any event be lost. If cast, as we

a oallLA E,2eybrredoBRE oKI
honor and safety of Florida. Is not that a
salicient incentive to action?

BeWare of 1%isrepresentations!
You maybe told that BRECKINRIDGE
is a Disunionist This is not so. He is
the true Union Candidate. Where does
hereside? InKentucky. Is thataDis-
union State? Not What are.his antece-
dents? They are as strongly for the
IInion as those of John Bell himself He
Is no temporary soJourner in the South.
All his interests and affection are here.
Yethe goes for the Union and the Con-
stitution, by upholding the rights and
equality of all sections, and by equal jus-
tice o all EveryUtr f"seh lot thooo


After Election

I i s mooi in
by the National Convention, and confid
ag wash acrong assuran.9 to his purr or arr

ab st e n eua 1
Jppicy,4f or# o uppopaper interest,-
B6t no tim eo 8 Irle e

subjects unconnected with polities. There
are many topicii bearing upon.theinterests
of our city and State which we shall gladly
attend to so soon as our Dolumns are re-
lieved from.,the pressure of the polit.iod

HuzzA roft Mzestselyrs!-Essorson
to Tarvarn.-The returns for local eleo-
}io land last e etpt teh a
by an unprecedented majority-indicating
not Jess than twenty thousand majority on
the first Monday of Novexillier next -
Counties whidk hqve heretofore been con-
a dered oub tblhanch as RankineHolase(c

Ly nuijorities perfectly astounding In all
parts of the State a ground swell is mani
festing itself.

Education of Young Ladies.
. We have hitherto neglected to call at.
tentiori to the aditertisement of Miss Man-
an's school, which will be found in an.

ubd r do ot7 shouledsbo mor genetrolly
in the Female ,Seminary established b
Miss blATusa, we have here in St. An.
gustine, an Educational Lastinal.*,n ...I' the
drestagrade 01 ex.ullence, whether re-
reebr haes pot ths 2 te g.ofl'ib
accomplished Principal haps few equals in
lipr profession, She -has taught for years
xu Seminaries of the first reputation in
ot ler States, particularly in Virguma, and

tr high c utracter asha teacher has been
He esin inee so ca e to Floril
proved -u...:ulul in a .J. que.
and any.ys good pr ... is s.r a L,.i.In ..ud
prospel*.*US laturgy 'llb u Critorprs.:
rr p*..rhing a a thour n lis pe
ablishment ii 0 ve ad .>ua
rad oleMDI DG E*

comes with hsgtx repistation from some of
the firab Seminaries in Georgia and Ala-
Wefeelthatweare doing apublicser

Olinto tel t e of St IAa a
pecially to parents and pupils looking for
the best means of eduention; for while it
ofords unsurpassed facilities for acquiring
the higher and more elegant branches, it
is specially distinguished by the solidity
and thorou kness of its instruction. che

me "gt so inci genital tadvantages of
ris II. oe{sa rtyrando see ,;
the most pleasant summer residence in the
South. The charges of the a hool are
moderate, and so soon as its attraction
shal 16sade3uately know it cannio fast to

every part of 'lC sewellas7rpom ot
States. For many reasons which we need
not specify, it is better that our citizens
should educate their children at home,

ei tu I btly ch ho desold e To
the*North. Especially is this true when
we have Seminaries in our midst which
may compare favorably with the first in-
stitutions to be fund abroad.

Steanler Barroso.
This elegant and commodious steamer
commanded by that popular o6icer Capt.
IVEs will ply between Palatka and Jack-
sonville; as will be seen by her auvertise-
ment, in can colusales. \Le ar-= croldiv
informs( (bu .eqbia is -1
board for rl.e can on ol phiangers, and-
that the rats 4..1 late are only arrant half
those charged by other boats. We take
pleasure in certifying that Capt. IVES 18 a
gentlemanly and obliging officer.

age Our thanks are tendered to our
friend, Capt. G. A. Picarrl for a bottle of

pes cl n i 1 r pl pra n
to leaving to the Island of Cuba. In what

im se e
arid shall indulge the hope of his return at
some future day, to our Anelent city.
Power of the southto Protect Herself.
1Vhat reflecting man can doubt the
abundant ability oftheSouth to protect her-
self, and to attain a power-trhich will cause
her to bedesperated among the foremost na-
The eight seceding States alone, possess
a territory moreshan three times as great as
France, mop than do times sis large as

Enug a cot d n8d rel p ttar
whilst the alliance of the other Southern
and border States would increase the terri-
torial extent of the Southern Confederacy
more than one-third Can a country like

j u ed p we n toth

as b rd. r ari u r ne
rds m bn if t.eerin

ml dm r dhan wry ses a la3
in bands of 50 000 andY100,000-can, we
say, such a country, and so peopled, be
overcome 1,; any 1. reign 10, ? Thei idea is
simply absurd.
lookiDg Over the returns of the late eleo.
tions in the free States, we see no report of
either Congressmen or members of Legis-
latures, of the Fell-Everett party.
At the municipal election la Baltimore
Brown's majority for Mayor is 7,991 over

AB lej remodidadt to he1 ise call
datesof the same party for the City Coua
cil were defeated by large majorities in
every ward in tim eity, as we learn from
the tabular statementin the Baltimore Ei.

chaToge8 October piections in IYelaware,
Florida and Mississippi, also show that site
Bell-Everitesshave notthighostofa obance
in the Presidential race.-3font Alfail.

lessio bow
Shall wewaitantil Lincolnshallbeborne PATRIoTIsm OF THE LADIEs.
to Washington upon the swelling tide of The inflitepee of every patriotic lady is
striumphant Black Regiublicapismywith better than ten votie. Ladies have an
weargsog qof Black..Jtepublican Be- intefeat neeleast as great as their father,
prearnsatireatsweeping in-after him; and, brothers ang, lovers ia the jane. We
Fath thgather, bearing:4own event ag know theyare for BRECKi'CHIRE Ud
beT(prtthem ? hall we put ourselves on LANE, FOr these are the 0Judijutis WTIC
our good behaviour, isnd wait, whilst he will girotect the right, the honor, and the
is organizing his cabinet and distributing security of our Southern Ladhk Let
lais aSicesto see what tide-waitership he their sweet and potent influence be ex-
will confer on Louisiana .and Georgia; erted for the good cause. If afty young
A h m na;f d emhsat tt t Bla eretellave tr
allee he will entrust to Alabama and Mis. go indirectly for Lincoln, we shall hold her
elseipphind the rest of the Southern cul. responsible for his vote.
prits who have dared to find fault with the To Observer*
Government Shall we roair, until, a Your Commaication cannot appear*
Commandeplo-Chief of the Army and Tuesday is nonr at hand. Keep cool. Be-
Navy of the United States, he takes pos- sides, we make it a rnlo not to publish of-
session of those engines of power to com* fensive personalities.
peratudienoe; and of the Treasury of the Ballots! Ballots I
Government, to keep them on foot, and to 12 ballots for
bribetraitornamongstourselvesthe more theABR RIDG an shANE Eleo-
securely to establisk his power ? Shall we ith for th el t d
rosit, and, "witli bated breath and this, tors, e or dems ves or o seng
pering humbleness,"'permit, or aid him, in abroad, as Informpplica o ,6 y ie
taxing asto fill his Treasury ?-to be used' which may be desired. .
if need be, to our own isubjugation-or, as
it is now distributed, to foster the industry Look to Your Tickets!
of the abolitionized North, at the expense You vote for-three Electors of President
of the Booth ? and Vice President, and for no other can-
We assirst)t a sthe t1helxesits t didate at this election. Examine your
ag ty ballot before yoix vote. See that it con-
interest of the South, to waiting this Union gains the following names vb G. W. CALL,
a single day after it shall be neaertained J. P. ANDERSON ad J. M. GORRd.

u'' abhansh Th we B & r veLu

lyiAp;and wibbdraw from thbitalconian chested into vo ag eg .
too. Why VOte for Bell?
We are now upon the eve of the con- Re eatinot possibly succeed? We im-

m fo a wdlel i h The peach not the pat tism of his up ortw
the ere of sation is as hand. We can no oient City? St. Aniputine will not calit.a
longer close our eyes. Wel am no more single ballot for Douglas, and why should
fold Isar hands. It as beate to be de' not our Bell and Everett townstnen unite
served by false op. Institute ger a un- with ris? If a unanimous expression could

Mag d*et at the eleo ion ofu e given for BREOKINo DGEld and
BtsokBepublican Abolition President iss E, we are pe M oa look
gres It amon enoe. ay we
foregone conolasion. It matters not how forso glorious a result?
heroloallythe South may stem the huge
forces of the enemy. The overwhelming Keep Your Temper,
tide of Black Republicanism bears Anah We trust our friends will avoid undue
ass lapooz.x resistlessly forward to the excitement. Work hard, but do not quar.
Chair of State. We enanotsave the Union rel. We may difer, but let us do so in a
of our fathers, but the honor of Florida is friendly spirit. If we see any voting for
eistrissted to our eare. It shallbe sacredly Bell and Everethlet there be no question
prellowed of motives. Our opponents may be equal.
1ses as rally then as one man. Let ly honest with ourselves, and after Tuesday
these be no divisions among Southern men we shall not diter. From that day for-
in snob a time a ship. We have a com- ward weareall Southern men and nothing
man interestanda common destiny. e'ae.


We insert thii subjoined table showing
the redult of the Florida festion for Gover.
nor and C'^3rm ; p ] & GO. The re-
turns will lie filled hts the blanks as
fast as they irre teekind, and the
p.sult in I.riy Cliianty may be aecortainted
lay a little When the final result
is reached we w;II recaptulate the vote in
each Diva lort of the State, and the nuniber
CGulklQlD L 8 afatitJ be preserved for fu.
La referedlie
Corernor. 7 r .

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gigg- Mailer's $011001.
ISS Mather e the servicesoy
Miss M. I,. wrighs (1sh or the re male cot-
lege, Greimabero', Ga 41re-o6pen her school
in is ozt5,g 1 lady sp rio/ attainments
and of elegAnt accott lashpents, and has had
much experience us g the young, having
been Teacher of Mathkmatics and of the Latin
and Fretioh languages in the Femalo College at
Greenshoro Georgia, and in the Judson Instl.
tute, at Marion, Alabama.Previous to this, she
was eningedfor two years at Lancaster.Penn.,
as Teacher of Music, Drawing and Painting.....
gli it .,gh. ,Lerce...= re...J.Iy item J..J.
i...1.i.e.. c. s.)EL e-nision y H*=*Is*zesI.1 [i.e 1.>[,.
c **,z .;il ci,, ;...i. e. I;..u la D.... 3...x, ,,,
I ....1, .1 e.......= >*,1.+, unla man. .1.2..5 ..0
11.- .11,-<, cou......--r 1 isle,
4,, ,ar...ofou ...r....,I, ..=..t ric... J.-
r.I a ....:0 ., .c.1 .r. et ...rd. 1.--1 1 J.. -red el
a l...irs to .1 6,1 =:n ri is, behair ( u..e*..1,. c. .
the5---art.mrsys.......reparapproLamin.;[s ir J 1 .!.11. are ul i.ea jusu.H.s m every part .:1 the
Assprd.IS=.**. u

Palators' rite..4rjacussetests;
Augustine, October 18

FOClalRadoll for Elbe-

N Election, for three Electors of President
and Vice Presidelit of the United Statoeia
her oy ordered to be berlin Tuesday the Sixth
day of November next ensuing, (being the Tues-
day next after t.Itefirs6 Monday in said Month)
at the following Prooinote in the County of 80*
Johns, vb:
For St. Augustine Precinct (election to be
held at the Court House) Inspectors,/ Bartolo
Olintos Sr. James M. Gould and F. J. Quiticy.
For mentatsPrecinet (at tho louse ofJoseph
C. lierream) Inspectors, Gisorge Coleo, *Jacob
Lee and James Colee.
For Moonsin Branch precinct (at Colson old
b...I 1...# is Inspectors, Mangel Solano, Bartolo
M.v.a-ra Jr. and Paul Weedman-
For Independlinea Precisiot sit tire house of
01 '1 Ash -E*} Irispewl.)rf.Irrie tish.efs, .\hitas
I II...... so.J 1tr,-.1 R Dupt.m
a lysug... Ith.ils preaker est be Mill in
** rgoin-x at Rolls 7 up

a 1. ..t a.r--ex p"F the has 01

el)1 0 ler Tar thoPeter 3 st am
for clockA.M.and aloer a.5
Eleven Leconducte-l arade th r.,xrrorues
andreg., a.ns .ed..actedinlaw or eko-
..... angjJg I oba ,

Oct. 18, 1880*

NOfl00.1 -
IX months after date I shall app to th
S Judge of ProbatoofSt. Johns Couly
da for a discharge from Administrator of -
Late of MOSES E. LEVY late of said County
deconse .

*New counties formed since 1836. Clay was
formed out of Dural, Sawannee and New River
out pt Columbia, Lafayette and Taylor out of

1 ED--In $11154 City on the 180 inst.,
ADAll.5 SEQUK, a native of 4018 place,


re da to he t c Tre have
LI Poo COTrotr 31ARKET.-effle
sales of .Monday and Tuesday wqre E.',
. u6 JIice a n
excrempprees, wvb sus.Irt.n*, ren.Lay
The Pie derasantree land ente red the Nea-
polity-territory, and many of them had as-
istaird the G.,pt..I.J.>r., na the battle-
.%.zani had l.:rt Naples.
Use bable <.1 1,..harno Insted eighteen
hours. Garibaldi and the King of Naples
wen. both resent. The former has re-
quested Yietor Ananuel to send him four
teen thousand men to aid in attacking the
line between Votturilo and Capua.

sta ft ro re d glof tNalt in
politans were driven back in disorder to
Capus v tidbout threr1so ear

Garibaldi's ess amount to twelve him-
Noansurrection had taken place in the
Papal States.
News from Havana
NEW ORLEANS, October 21.-The U.
$.Mailsteamship, GahawbabringaHavann

da he b let hel ty was fully resbred,
yellow fever having CDtire f diSBppeared.
The total revenue of the Island for the

The following named gentlemen compose this
Hon. I. I. SiEvaxe, of Oregon, chairman,
Hon, B. W. Jonasex, ofArkaness.
Ilon. Jarrassex DAvis; of Missiesippi,

on oke ravanne oN ntuchy.
on A. B gra f Alab bracy*
Avemrras trurt. Esq., of it e York.

8 W. GI.UOKET, Washington, D. C., Easident
Oxo. .RioIrra, Washington, D. C., Trea-
Irl communic8ations should be addressed to
to a anxs, Chairman, Washine
as D. ema e e Commatfoo at No. 28

. g

A"oLeEA Me y a a fo on
ter ofa Company to facilitate the Ex orti
to and Importing from Poreign countries und
the name of the Southern Export and import
July 28, 1860.


AMJ."i""12"?"".'; M"Y:".:' 7:
used6ial pa not then I ersighued. dA st
are required to present the same within two
years, or this notice will be plead in bar of
theirpigment. -
JOSEPH C. FERREIRA Admipistrator
July 7---1880. 8

GRAR Tah 8 ON 8. D.

on the Reacrs II;*/.Lil'd I 2. Sa- '
wilftrsed Ga. Adj As and has
Mr .ort & .



,WillleavePalatkaeviery Monday night att2
o Willie Piool are atsevery Tuesday nightat 2
1 1 ae Ja sonvillo every Titesday night
Wiil leave Fernandina erery'lhxesday night at
2 o'clock P. M.
Will leave Savannah every Wednesday night
1 o'clock P. If. RETURNING

TibillleaveCharlestonS. C. Saturday$o'clbok
At Palath Fla. AlonTI E g

Sept. 1, }Sea.

t -
8 OTery 0011Rif Of the ITRItell

& OS*
O engage in the sale of some of the best and
On b sin2iUns siCob ledg
d th wa ar On m
the best style and bound in the most substantial

uran9. IL e in the Library
ag, To men of enterprise and industrious
habits, thie budness offers an opportunity. .for
prolitable employment seldomtobe met with,
Aligr* Persons desiring to act ass agents will
receivepromptlyby mailfuli particulars, terms, |
&0., by addressing
1EARY, GETZ & Co., Publishers,
No. 224 North Second street, Philadelchia.

.crattorag.. assaningtho plays.elegy arasset.,
Nor.. si unt sexual syalem, and use prouseness
a new 0 en th E

on.20 e as o i
a a on 1.
.nis t, ent hs....y ou a raceipl ot twomy
use cases, so ap, as a .Lamps. Ad-
4,,.. us a.1 assu.. nJ. I's. Int:Iik F
ag.. AER.II.i's.u LND (J!!PORitNAIN
N, ....a..r >.1,.[ my le.. Our da=ea-=.s, kname
*** .. us ears or any on
un in

'clock A. He and close at 5
By order of


hre ity Hal he collect on
nd l' A.R Those persons

hey willbe ble ze a so

ity M shL

m. A sil*r n o> w,
aoS Broadway, Xew York.
Apr ..2, la., 1860 at 501 BKOAMPAf, Mod
doors from (Ig 8t. Maholas Noteir .. *
The Stereoscope is the meet instrnistive/fn-
teresting, entertaining, aditising, sad exciting
of modern inventions,
None are too young, none too old, -nople too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to abknow.
le la st. worth so.1neanny.
No ?* me is co-s.pI-:le r-ashrue n, and it must
and will penetrate every.whose---- ----
h presents to your view every part of the
world, in allthe relief, boldness, perspective,
and sharpness of detail, as if yest were on the
Phagograplrers are everywhere exploring
EurofspAsia, Afries, tnerica in search of the
grand and ille beautiful, and$ e results of their
skill are constantly ediching odr 4tooir.
TYehaveanimmenserarietyofpaper Views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, Sdosland,
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
SwitzqrlandTRhi VersaeakSt.loud,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, 01%P

ary,-&er, &eo Anexquisitesaeortmentof Illin
n 41 f a 1 1,ee Church and
Every gerall >? wealus and refined unto
- f
equ arenesr ople.w.dnerewalvin she-

rescue and the beautiful.
Anthony Instantaneous stereescope Views
are the latest Photographie wonder. They are
taken in the fortieth partof a second, and every.
thing no matter how rapidly it many be moving
is depicted as sharply and dytinctlyssif it had
been perfectly-at rest. This givesanadditional
value, for to the beauties of inanimatonature it
ads i < sa e o om .1 Tetgl)N
known in Europe, we receive from London sad
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instalitaiteous
VL comp 0 t wh published .
Stereoscopic Illustrationsof the Seeneof the
Fulton Street Prayer Meetings, in which many
Itgartsefeel atti1nn j tal'Ehe particulars of this
Our catalogue of subjects and prices wiN be
forwarded to any address ou receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10,
$15plii20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, sent by
Views alone, (without instrument) can be
sent by mail.
Parties who wish to be advised of everything
really valuable in the line that comes out, may
send us their names to place on record, and we

-=,9 ,,
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything
t rn o a c 8 together th in-
oTF HONY, ee.
Importer And Manufacturer of Photographis
Materials, Stereoscopessud Stereescopio Views.

m to a to

eo aph ery-Firatelsea
etereescopic Negatives wanted,
b(ve a print unmounted, with price
Ms. 3 4m.


0 0 LDLO 0 K ET 8!
AGoldPencilwith GoldPenattiselled,
OE -
F of $5. O 0 !
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $8.00.
.AHER n r MP b ha 6
elry, &c., and from the.universal satisfaction
given to all who have patronized our house, we
take pleasure in saying that we now consider
our business fairly and permanently established.
We wishitunderstood that this isNo Lottery,
at ..r 10-1 1. go-erns.e :ni in ydaiphench
urs t.r -r (- = = E.. = slu-- I b. or her money in
fo! h ino naozFn ta t onny et 2
:haje j un a fo
SS, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 30) 60, or even $800!
We proposiif4o let a person know what Pro.
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the
above articles, can first sdiid us their name and
address, stating whether they-mant the Pencil
and Pen, or Locket, and we will makedlicir
selection,.andinforzathem by return..anail what
Premium they are entitledto. They can then
us Are privilege -of sending-for it if they
71,.... -
....2, plan, from long experience irr the above

r -gow.r r, any person:-h..u feel 11pe d
., see, J as*, t.<.r money a reb nee, tra ; : a
nly upon b agpasifairl d alt inth as *non la

r our Pr...sms.r a has. ..t r
.. 2 3 alem n

G Ye nd 9 h
Gold Sleeve ttot18, Gold
Waggi Kegg >
Gold Shirt Studs-plain and with settings:
Gold 8eitrf Pinse--ney style; Gold Brean
Pins, Gold Rings,.&c. &c.

.veranvrur rus..pens.
WHOLEWAkR p )1916

Forth y 11. DBGEAM,)
No. St SOWERY. Wewellork,
makingit one of the."
in the Unkud As.atre. "*
They are prepared to biter grear induaemoure:
so asse mseless.le I'..sds. for * or Turns.-
Their Stock consists, ine part, of
Rad Walnut
ties; HAli, Hunt miji Searxo MArrasses, a

JennyLind and Ellatensisa, Post
Be steadaj

5 141 (Je espelially rshesoularnTrade.
a a .1' WANTED AS RH
gr. ,
Mo Gm8dBoROGdled OR'Filde.

."Nor namicallows to raw IIuxxx FAxzr.T.


"Coster'a" RatEOsch,&g.]|5te
"Gostar'a" Bed-bug Exterinimater.
adostar'a" E]eotria 90 der, Or
seots, he.
Rats-Roaches-31ice-Moles---Ground Mise

a P A sq t
m shortroveryform sad species of

wr- new qp;v.q

and Station House-the City Steamers, Sh ps,
to.-theCityHotels, "Astor," "St. Hieholas."
&a.-and lay more thed 20,000 priviice fad.
Alip* Drugglats sad Retaildrs everwhere gall

t TWholesale Agents in all tTai large Chies
1 ft thwail it ofsparious faitstletks;
18? $1.00 Sample Bases seg by Ms1.
Addre..aordiers-wr f rgifoure p so

HENRY R, COSTAR, Paureru. Damor
. 512 BnosewAY, (Oppositath.Nieholmellg)
N. Y. .
soon at .... can.
Mity 19-1860.. In


am now prepared to offer in my ol< fridisda
mostos d t id t lad a 4
goods at very low prices for cash or city ac-
tr ne oa adOn y on
friends accompanied with the chh7 will be
Promptly attended to with great care isnd alliam
tion to give entireastisfactionW thsynrobaser
My country friends may re y upon 16'if they
send me orders for dry goody thin they will be
put up with great care.andattention to give ***
tire satisfaction to the liurchases. All aeotials
purchased at this house dver twenhydollars
**ill be alloural a ire pwr cer.r. oilaor stain -

r els senia or .s is.r at ar.; trace. so,

consisting of French broad Cloth, Do* skia Cas1
shaeres, .Pilot cloths;,84tinous and K. Jean,
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassimere, Ladies Cloth,
grey Blankets, negro Blankets, English Meri-
nees, Makinaw Blankets, Negro -Kersey, Meri (
mach Prints, Ladies and misses Hose, Gents
Merino under Shirta, Fancy Gloaks, Mournin
Delains. (ients Merino half Hose, French an ,
L..gla.I. Worles, Bed and WhiteFlannels.

b *.

a boun.


Nw aver,
rt Roles,
Tayl .*
Washington, ,

a <
F. 6

817 8

112 88
429 882
93 88
422 232
4(14 4-

211 138

heenWrprising roprietor of -
(The Purest ZIndisinah Agent ever known,)
has furnished Use conununity a Stimulant Pure,
Healthful and Invigorpting, alshe same time a
mild delicions beverage. It is es1culated to do
away with the vile drugged stuff thoris palmed
off on the community, and which is injurious to
ad mids rluia ition to is certificatl
ditional testimony from DR. JACKSON, ofBos.

Pojitvrho testified under oath to its absolute

We have caref I ladelphis, Sepd.p h 18 s-
nut Grove Whiskey which you sent us and find
(Italit contains none of the Poisonous Substance
xnown ps Fusil Oil, which is the characteristic
and injurious ingredient of the whiskeysin
general use. BOOTH, GARRET & CAMAC,
Analytical Chemists.
New York, Sept. 3rd, 1858.
I bare analyzed a sample of Chesnut Grove
Whiskey, receivedfrom Mr. Charles Whartons

( Io lead8 Idp ajOnT t agiscan a tested
::: :'.:::T;,"f:i'Jr ";.:":":te,!!
JAM R @,
Boston, March7th, 1859
Itave mades chemical analysis of commer-
clafsamples of Chesoul, Grove Whiskey, which

I h 1 tl r
used an man fa rm it s aver,
No. 16, Boylston Street-
lier Sale by C 8 I pnt,

No.116 Walnut St, Philadelphia.
....., 2.0,. 2,



Nov. 3 1880.





spoiSpecimen numbers sent po -paid, on the re-
11$ Solith Third Street,
Nov. 3. Philadelphia, Pa.

Y *=ra..o f ran he at n .. J ..t ofshe
trerds t s er re 2 ori t:ut
m directed and delihted in favor of William B.
Giles et. al. vs. RurusK. Sewalland wife, I have
levied apon.and will exposefer safe at Susan.
nah, evardcounty Florids on the let Monday
of Aprd 1859, at the M8ual hour of sale the fol.
lowing described land, to wit:--Au undivided
interest of Fre Thousand three 11audred and
Thirty-three Acres, being the third part of cer-
tain grant of land containing 10,000 acres more

wi j i 81 on 41 no aqul
ed'floseJ n M. Hanson, et.m al. il
Mond inve s e is postponed unt the 1st
M'Fhe a ve a le is postponed until she Arst
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
Monds in July,
The bove sale is postponed until the Arat
Monday in August
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
Monday in September next,
The above saleis postponed until the @rst
Monday in October next
The above sale is postponed until the fast
Monday iuNovember next.
Modda n na or on n the $"
monday in January next.
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
41ouday in February next*
The abovesalexe postponed until the Arst
Monday in March lieit.
The above sale is' postposed until the Aret
Mondayin April next.
The above sale is postponed notil the Aret
monday in May next.,
The above sale is postponed until the 51st
monday in June next,
The above sale ispostpozied until the first
Monday in July non*

Thde ab e sale is peruponed unt.f the Mrst
Readay do45tr rank
gTnd y .rpasponsid rantil the frat

lWareh5th 18n6 .Sheriff)rPe\Fr nty.

Fl'OCIABlatieH fOr ElecliOR.

A'sitaith dayr y o e e
and ensuing at theOity Council Room in the
City of St. Augustine, for Mayor and Aldermen
forsaid City.
Inspegors G. A. Pacetti A J Noda and

neversian, wever ca arm.
For the prevention inid cube 6f Fever and
.hu.. .qi B.I...u, E.-= --. -. This wonderful le-
me-J; .5 s:- tr ...,;*,4. Lt-- knowledge of the pre-
e..atpr pc. I..:c., aincc.1ws...0.. I. s.,g.cut
"'"" '" ""'s area U.-- ft I, L..r 1
While going down the river Euphrates, he ex-
perienced a severe attackof Rever and-Ague--
On discovering his condition, one of the t-
men took fkomhis person an AmMete
Webehisand noFever will.touch yout Al-
n.1-.r .r -Jul. re. r,,r, .arts..-,1.. <+aa 1.e.J.
p awa .ta U. r..I.. no r.... ...c-:
ri an a .r cu ur. ..u

a. =
an con or ur Pr on red
e r r of


ei trica
.1 t [... ..--... r. r ...4
L.o .1 0 .. .1,
is a . re e...o. pes...1, a rail
J.r<.v. in (.. u isR. r us .:c., II.r
inc.:.; .1 E... ..1 Ba ul...I..ry, :- dain
Sr J. To isruno, ..=rE *,, 0...& ca t urn-

O, We haveCGoldWa estFlol-endin Mosaic 6 s
July14 1860. 1
and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelet% .Oold Bleeve it ourefully. I #. 1 ness. w ag ges
PAINTS AND OILS. Duttons, Gold Belt slides, Gold Rinicas.&e. &0 many adollat or and p 4 r y yeaa
Also, Pianos, 11elodequ,:Musical Doxes, Ac- 9
0 h or LeLad, 'I'ttrpentin corU p a le references.given whenever .7 Ic. at k
,, rq ow Chrome re -In a your names, write the use 5 me, an e R.
lb., c S. AER. 8tite, de Calya son plainigan a.. to cold
EG TABLES, Peas, Coin, letters b GE i. 5 und s abs'bral

Sept, 29,....184 ggy yggy Apd-f-**180at,



BTAraEnvenoxa.--Heldbeforethe Presiden Em. J.DeMedecies
Stal Election in November: Polls open at 9 o
o'clockP. M.
r ap 4mber 5. Oct. 18, 1800.
In OzonaxA, on Monday, October t
In911sassaurt, on Monday, October1. CITY
In Fr.onwA, on Monday, October 1.

a 1 uT'uMod] y O 8. wji tend at t
n so Oy 0 r9. hosen 10 o'clockda
1 Exxason, on Tuesdaty, October 9. mmed e else t

yes 011tchb jtea on Tues- A st 26 1800,


ones inerg s at an Election fe
PEES N o he ited T uldb IE
at the usual prem 8 in the severeleountips of
thieState, on AY,- e 8th day of Novein-
ber proximo. The return liereof to be can-
vased ad forwarded to Secretary of State
in the manner prescribed by law far the osuvass
and returns of election for a Representative to
Congress. The number of Electors tobschosen
is three,
In Testimony Wheteof, I hire hereto set
my band and caused to. be allized
[L. 8.] the Great Beal of the Stattraf Florida,
Done at che Capital, in the city- of
Tallahassee, this 3d day of Septem.
ber. A. D., 1860.
M. 8. PERRY,
Governor of Florida.
F. L. Vzraramout,.
Secretary of State.

I .
St. o
,,- ,;-
E- I
di p
'll | *u


ae -

E. R IV ES, On taint
ILL leave Dr. Ifartridge's Wharf, Jack-
sonville, at eight o'clock A. M. on
Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays,. For Palatka
and Intermediate.Lagglings.
WillTeave Palatka at six" o'clock A. M. on
Mondays. Wedngedays and Saturdays.
And connecting at Picolain with Stages for
St. Augustine at One o'clock P. M. on time Up
Tr 11a soN k r ulon the own Tri .o idid-
dichrug*and intermediate landings, leaving
Jacksonville every Thursday Morning at six
o clot Returnm5saleGdE7Jto ks 11e.
W. 3 HARILTS, Tocol.
O. DUVAL, Palarka.
T. J. BRANNING, Middlebury
Nov. 3. 1860. ly.

. g
HEREAS a young man named CHARLES
ALLEN SPERRY, my Apprentice, has
absconded and left my care and Employ. This
e 1 in 2 n n liliter i-
my nFune, neither shall I claim any of his earn.
ings from and after this date.
Oct. 20, 1860. lm.


A J""Ti"t?"Eddo ea aEMahle
told to madke mediate aymeatto theundereign-
persons aving claims against the
said Estate are required gto present the same
in ears, or th sLnotic ILI Gplead

Oct. 18, 1880. Ada nastrator.

At :??0 ', .. .1,aoy
ceased are ri quested to make immediate pay-
ment to the undersigned. And all pecsons
having claims against the said Estate,
quired to present the same duly authenticated
within two years, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their payment.
St. Auguspine, July 28 1860. Sw. .

of ast stay t on this date, and anoh

..nuedinume anyone
daily FTthis ofty, that 1 o Stal it

NONTEI, safE.111)ER It will alwasfa
seahaly, bA ree fully, co-operate with
the subonesqfosh Flor aw h iin in ng

All oterests and whatever will add
to the resperity of our young &ad growing
Statewdi receive due attention.
T n a a da ngd

sol eitude.
Los it be distinctly aliderstood that the
OBSERVER will always contain the vey
latest news of the day, reports of markets
and carefully selected matter of value and
purity for the family airole. Partionlar
occurring in Alabama and Florida.
LATI.YOBSlittVER. $1000
endamaghoutreThatte STj
acting asser Agents, will re-eMye a com-
luis ion of SU per cent on all user., y trans.

tirAltZONI & ES.
Pensaeola, Aug. 24,1960.

AT TOCOI on the St. Johns

bulk us averly furnished. It is on thel act
side of tre St Johnarivers nu so ni
late as the terminain of time
(now being contracted) connecting this point
we St Augustishe. line of on in 2
/ owi ever riday until be
p twill ease apply to
1815 E. T. 5, loom Fla.
Healtitand Happiness Seeared I
YOUNG MEN who are suffering from the ef-
ass ofaelf..abuse, can be surelyond permanent*
ly restored basing
The COBCOBifAttil CIll'0 !
6 emanurse rowmarva naxaDr rogwakE*
wass or was
age : As aggrzMT PETslaIAN pr TRIS CITTj
" Andhasibag been known here as
What would surely and permanently restore to
weakened by excess, or b7
This preparation is nota STIMULENT, but
She agietei are in to try it.
$endforacircularfs readitearefullyand
ask b e IEw101 As onth1
n. comm Ann,

Jbr8stshyDruggiamorpokere. -
A valuable Medical Treatise on disease and
weakness of the SEXUAL ORGANS, by
For Sale as above. Price 12 Cents,
Shouldbe read by everybody.
September 1, 1800. 17.
saw Yoax PIAxoL

To lit 18* AR$ $118"
(formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dabols,
Bacon &Chambers.)
Wareroome in the "Bible Eouse,"
Cor. SthStreet A &th Avenae,
Thiefs a reliable place to purchase. Orden
by letter faithfull executed, and perfoot satis-
feetion guarante
A. B.-Send for a eWeder, eith desotlpabso;
U h offrices, 8
TH 15@ -
can canr st,

$ 200 OOO

OMces-28T BROADWAY, as
a was was *
4 ....g...
This Compfay To rag
see, IShips, Efid the C 7 Ba. a ,o e
hold Farniture, a onal P
generally t g 3b r

M. JAFFARY, 8eoreta ry.
me 9,5 Agot, R. Ange


AR 'lk

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I ~ _

also planes rar,

IN HS: ".8@*
was sur snowx asuser.
T sr ONE PA Aet

sad ametry Meelans abou d esp
a to elual Reband
oil o amans a will be



8 JSpeptic
Remedy has the lar"

geSt SRIO Of RDy IRO* -
dicine in the world.

100,000 packages
sold in Georgsa and
BOuth Carolina in
FOUPtO8II IllOHillS. *

is warranted to

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

LIVer DISease
Jaundice General
Debility, Palpita-

GOD, Chronic Diar.
F 1(0R, Giddiness,

OpreSSed Spirits,
.1 OSS Of Appetite,
Pain in the Side and
Back 1 1
IS Specia

ly adapted to Fe-
male coinplaintsk it

pro nees Rotund-
ity of Form in Fe.
f ' 4(
DIR OS O & IB 88
Spare Alt*
Every invalid
8 10uld try one
& & Ge
, E $ & ( ,
36.9 Ilroadwar, New York'
for 4 & 1. Ag 'ss
3 E. CARR.
pig 14.,4ggy,

r oi We 1


S p & 9

N 7- 80 RO

ENn r leCd RNE R. Je d
eGiv5ehimacalland examineror yourself
e. .

Hats & Caps.
fabb 4s"'Aff{JOff Agg ggy

moreTe ashe en ev7r
body must have a new Has i so
on anand it, and overy bed must know all
abone the arione kinds of sts in order to
chooseknotiringly each a variety. Every thing
reim as pip wa 0 sad
Brime stall, Beaver Ostilmer Plush and velvet
Pikes Peak r breto, J ulty
ad if a si M we
's Feb"".?""
or ""'""

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the publingenerally, thathe isalw.>.
prepared to exeense any orders, in he
line, whieh they may favor him with. He ha
on hand, and is always sn plying himself with
nuse bltdach3T ad wasuVehd1 su uD
Ties. to.
All orders executed in the but asyle of work*
manship, for cash only.
800 Aoressituatid about6mileafkomSt.
u tun no FM senses fi m ear
bered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
a nuddvaMAo a no p8Mgrdwd
t m *51 f 4.

K ERO 8 ENEOl L. 1
(EuralISHED 1854.)
AnnP tune enu er e
now enabled to oKerit to the Tradest

photometrical examination, by Ed'4 N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,


roado soNewo o rtwo
doorifrom the Sc Nicholas Hotel.

None are too young, none too old, more too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow-
ed a ch an nu3thout it, and it must
and will*penetrate r very where.
It presents to your view every part of the
forld, an all the relief, bohiness, perspective,
and sharpness of detail, as at you were on the

Eu6 i ,mnriareA veiroywtre exhple g
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly enriching our stook.
are es annir7smo ar e 2 ye a we
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland.
amen.Irand. The Rhine, Versailles, 86. cloud,
Fammarabler.o I.tilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,.
Athens it.elmly Land, China,1ndia, Crystal
Palace-also Groups Historient. musing, mar-
range seen 5. Isred.I.nes scenes. p.c-r.rc.. anne- 11..
rd a iI I,!:..0 a
gof 11.*** th.m.n. co..n... out n...
L eman of genish on
shonid bare in his d.etW.H.: rarysons.* of our
exqidealer.\, ree-
scopeshownrl.,".a.5=>..rlinuetrats heaL-
super. re are one can orier
us greater resque and the beautiful.
Anthony Instantaileous Btereescope Views
are the latest Photograpide wonder. They are
tak n in the fortieth part of a second, and every-
thing no matter how rap < is may be moving

cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
lethown in Europe, we reecIve from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Piews of Arnerican life and scenery.
Among other things we have just published
Stereo pic Iluaetrat nsdof th Seeof the

gr rr nTi urr talThe particulars of this
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address on sweeipt of a stamp
$1 /SM saene g d as n
and such pictures as they may request, sent by
Views alone, (without instrument) can be
sent by mail.
Parties who wish to be advised of everything
really valuable in the line that comes out, may
send us their names to place on record, and ws
in opftlh ur I do hou g }CT most
fascinating and delightful atunsement. We are
prepared to flt out amateurs with everything
Et a n How o ta8k eo a eT'i u enn-
Importer and Manufacturer of Photograpliie
II@* Merchants from every section of the
country are respectfully invite&to make an ex-
amination o inr stock, as our discount to the
To Photograph.ers.-First olass
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of8 < b must p print on mounted, with prio*
- Mar 8. talk


$@gfRRY Thyl0F,
(Formly H. DEGRAAV,)

makingit one of the
In the United States.
They are prepared to otbr great inducements;
to the Wholesale Trade, for Cass or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
and Walant
Also, CAxa and Woon SHAT Worlt, all gaalk
lies:Isain. IIver and Senise MATTRESSESS
.ne Lu. 4 ,Cassan Fwanress,

JennyLindand Extenslen Post

e deepecially or'1h usermT
PhilbENI'ED.-ggg ,
a No Goods Betailed on Thde. *
. Mar 1.10-18.o a...

"RATs costa on or main sons ad exas

. "Costar's" RatBoach,&e.Extermine
ostar'a" Bed-bug 10xterminatow.

"Costar's" Electrio Powders for'
sects, &0.
Rate-Roschee--Mice-Moles-Ground Nies..
Bed Bugs-Auts-Mothe-Mosquitoes--Reas
-Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animnis, to., ke.-
in short, every form and species of

10 Years established in New York City-unt
by the the City Post-Office-the City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamersy Shipi;
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. 14ieholass"
ke.-and by more t}an 20,000 firivat( fami.
#ll?" Druttists and Retailers werwhere sell
g@P Wholegale Agents in all the large C.ues
ad low
StilP !! Biwaw! It ouperican Imi
** ""-''***=****nt by Mail.
any" AJasessordere-or for ** Caular sq Do
sem' so
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sisD BY 3. W. CA
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am now prepared to orer to any old friends
of shiu Ancient city sad St. Johns eating a
n est splendid assortment of fall and winter try
gods at very low prices for useh or exty ac-
ceptances at sixty and ninely dayieredit with
approved endorses. Orders from say country
...... .......... war s es,-,., ,
promptly auended to with great care and sung
?,",",':."';"it ""*'"",",";":5"
send me orders for dry goods that they will be
put up with great care and attention to girk to
cire satisfaction to the purchased. All amounce
go es at6tdsis use r tw delish

a unh I 688 Ms to 4 my luge ag
DR 7 0 0 0 &
sa dr n "t an is,s, e........ ,.<.3,.....
grey Blankets, negro Blankele, English Meri*
qign. q nup war, a ..s no
Merino und r shirts ancT o ke, ustrah an..asa.a. rr...a..1
English Gadabrica, Red and While Flannels,
9, gy,4g

ARRIAGE GDIDE---Being a primEs in.
.un-nor mu sed as so one
,,thing storaceanung use physionagy and rate-
no el unr sexual..Masm, and it.o prea east
saunge enic e 1 )
gis-1.ianguageby W.11. bu0uU, .11 IJ. His,---- ====* ---9-, ..a
so t...uen an plan maguage u.r uns general
nade.,andis abusuaud wh r.uaserous km
gravings. All y ...r.gmesaried people, or theas
plaung manage, and harmg the had
...peam..m so use, .1...1. r...s ....
bou Ic u..ein....across anna .may one..hrast
E- ass.a=ud wash, sun a as a we U.u ...4
be locin-d up sued 1..,[ 1.. ..tsues the Lokee is
will by sent, to any no ok she receiptpta enty;
five cents, an spec e or stage sense .dAd

N, n...unr s.h.L may now r sever, amiere
you place yoursewander .. care or any one
or thenotorsons QUA0KS sative or f oreigin-a-
who ad rez ouse y ear pap5, 4

r, a n adddym ,to
R. YOUNG ean on rouaulted on any et she
diseases described in issa publicalfone, as his
OMo No.dl6Sprustacre, showsrounk.

IGS hares OnmDrope RomakCa lydae

Reliable or ters from the Trade, by Mailor

Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
uthseturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale Drug mis, procers, Camphone and Burn.
ang Fluid Anidiacturers and Dealersin Lamps.
N. 11.-KER OSENE in the trade.
marIa of the Kerosene Oil Co., and aH
a entr areerjh aga 4 using du
Oct. 16. 8m

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r or so:o ol
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $8.00.

AFTER Two Years' prothable experience in
our present mode of.disposing of our Jew-
.n y, a..... tr., 0,. .ui verse ..a.e.....
given to all who have patronized our house, we
We wishiLunderstood that this isNo Lottery,
but a fair and legitimate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the valueof his or her money in
aG T PE 5
2u ch cano baen o ngh a nytr sks
!!'"i.""it"I""""iJ." numb o
$8, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20, 30, 50, or even a 300
m e, >. win....v., si... .
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the
:1""'it'"'Ri'"ie".aner =;=7
and Pen, or Locket, and we will make their
*** .===ror-**= x**==== -0 was
Prem um Usey are entitled to. lhey can then
gq the privHege of sending for is if they
bu I so at me a ple of iota a o
purchaser casi sell or trade the ab. re art.eles
for they coat him, and retain tLe Premanam
If, howliver, any person abould feel rfsposed
o send us their money an advance, they c.,,
,E"J;&:',,::/.t'f,;I;:h onb as u.augh
etand Premium free.
orLooket .
Among earPretr.aummarearticlesmansmblefor
Ladin and eentleme....wa r..
Gentlemen's Gold and Bilver Watch
Gold Vest, and Guard Chaina a
was exeave aWitons, Gold,
Watah Kera,

4 34 G eMIT
We have Gold watches, Florentine, Mossie, Gold
re ten *, a n4 oral Brenbrina
s Rel ,G durn oz ,
ow n a la references give whenever
St an oar annes, waite
lettersb dr a 0 0

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