Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
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 10, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Volume ID: VID00215
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EQUALITY IN TEFE T7NION AND NOTHING LESS.


VOL. III ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. JOHN'S COUNTY, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, INSP. I ft.


TRJil LITTLE GIRIiTHAT MEETS Thograya ggy. pigggj;Ory, do? She was del and lame, and her Satu:day, the Sikh day of Sep e nber, we pl President. Earnarld, O mellor at
Mr. We haste never ren o betrar story than irrandsonon whom she dependedto drive p arsued a deer into a hailimace, and at the Univ:rasty otMississippi, Lions Mary
... Twanw's a little girl that me to me, the following. ILartley is the b sy for us; her onw to the pasture, was on his back a inpting *0 rile through it. .11r. We sen's of the Observately as Washinesse. the Br.
98 IIBLIllilllED EVERY SA'tITIEDAY And with laughter ever greets me, flow many IIsrtleys are the a unions our helpless. isorse stu abi *d into as wdi eink. While it..r.B.esh .pS.. ills, ofKenlarry, aadesher-*
Andro ides her art entre as men boys 2. We hopa the story All greatly La '-*Never miral, good woman,' said the Mr. Wooten w.u endeav aring to extricate made addresses in the aftessnes, after a

$!.1 IIStine, St. John's tsFla., *Le it 8 dr- orease the no ober. scholar. *1 enu drive your cow*? his home, dismountal, nod was engaged >dinner in a pavilion where seats said plate
nr Willigtheepaddened held. a eary, '"I shall never forget a lesson. which I '*With b' easing and thribks the all wo. in exar.&#ng a enclous pi.e of stoms were provided lor a flousandpeop**,
MA TT HIASR AND RM U Shade the sunlizht. shining near me, resolved when quite a p@ig 1:ol at the in n nooopted his of f Hut his kindness which lead a genoted any attention. On What with the solemnity of 'tlie siege
On any way, .Londemyin 8 Auldeg my subs...irallows d.*l star or 4. here Money was wanted to o-so of rt., .. I lia iniveription, as it impies, and of laying the nothetalline, fa'
PROPRIETOR* were I-lavely and J*sussion Th- y w r. g*.*r ars' le- from the apalateary. *I have graven us is an ...- steel i..-Linuse **. but which was introffused the antiphoual cham.
shelms eyesus blues heaven; a onewhat older than anyagif, and to Jem money that any another sout use to Any a nearly oblisfaced by the rays a of able sing of the Bysedie{te, aceampm.iad by the
MICE OF SUB 'PTPTToa- (oninged -s.. ei, r.) ., e. I le.>'..0 up as.. rs of lendur (.1 mar,. psir prb.,,ws wal.. Lur I ..... do all. .. .4 W....w.s 1.; I ... II an: 1..d i,-J rs;, a ruev:mi true -n..is of the breas band,
TWODOLI.ARSPERANNUM ""aunos....s r-or.7.;... v...well....c,.p..:. 11... uses.r:..-.a-.il-* ......-ea.@ .uk..t 0.0 ....k, und, on re ahe..arnedandbailliantoratory.rhe bossy
.1 st I.,.rl sualanicue, but 1.



a dm t. 4t nestithn, un 3.senips.. a. v.e l....Is our lue ...ralles ha -1-- a J u.*; us al..I As*} co.L, use on ulf.gal ..are .i:..m .. ). ... .._ ,( si, ... a .* JO **zlul lef:o y In cho ueueries

.rly" a requent 1 0 1.. 0 W.el.1. r .s. I.tr .. can Sy: II.rfe) w is a no r..rb I.r, ....1 bent n ..1.-.; newly." Insu. o ..w ;s ... ,o .I .., ..,,- a .... .. lik*I.=.e-<***a..a .rl the .pse.upal Obmph,
ep necentra-*red Mr. MI c ns. .-Ls slaull ie., unt. her sh. ass..resar..I i.e.r y, -,, we ..1 i.m. a.....n.* (.-- is ,** LI<-* *,"Is 6 1.: 1,..4-1.* le 6.1.1-, cl 4) th Hu la 1 e.. ... .. s.. I .... e. 1..... ,:,.(.4 an.p #,,jo dog n,
rising, atating definitely the nature of th Ihave meet her, hate and only, 1 1...us w- are.e on I'.r w to solud, as they were. and has worn them to so be feeth low us. fividin C ine torch to any Nathing nor remains us! feedri ]last]
andes to oc v M.viti !e1(,. i-u. By the way. le v .4 nd iminar n e. w alow: the road ti ne. P f i.-ud, I praysted to descend, which I ne. of Trustees (aud sJ lindoning a board of

at as 2 soonjsatandaty eicess, of tea han ,tr wdipressit ;g.ib,.ine th'.J .1 group o' **Well, when it wasalise\tored by other emuplished witheaaf the ruelis a rving a n a nd es oe
Ailadvertisements not marked widfting num fretly liMe hand-God bless it!" so n..ng wheat a se J...-s -la. InoE hills b. vs of the acaderny that our scholar was steps. Wuoten Linen handed me down an of ae Univ reitJ. w..a.-h is to b sis. ty
ear of insertion requite will be continue 1do say. as he was p'sesting. The g-postunity was in she babit ufdriving a cow, 11.* was n :rmfuPof light wood anda toreh, and pre of the South, as1 the pode of L..o Re ub.
a e e Doll 1 / charged for all an one not to be lost by Jeanson. **IInf lo!" failed every day with laughter ad ridies'e ,assed to d seed matter. We now fou.au ite,
as neanents on 4.anum...... los Office, in so May the world smile kindlyn her, tw exe.ainted, **what's the price of milk? plis enwhide boots in part:phr w re made vacceives so a subterraneous 1. s-age, ten gi, t e. 390 th 1 me as avTb

ak,,. Ohituary notices, when they exceed six Benediction. fall upon IraN 1 any, Jpuathat, what do you fodder on .' inatter of mirth. But he kent on cheer. Met high and fifteen wide. We I ursue I imid assembled hereto-day. Their presses
lin s an fength wdibscharged for at auvertine- I Angels be her gus d of tour, glect will you sake thr all the g Id cm he fully and bravely, day after day. never this passage ini- nearly tsalia mile, it.grow show how muea at is.=art the intelligence,
in or to adverthenients payable quarterly; Through this world o ours sin lurns ? Boys, if you want to see the latest sim:ming obsentation. driving the widow sang larger at every step, and appead.4: to ve. I su1 eS.=- .uent of the S ush have
avertisemena le 48 jrangerall tdher[an1ji\\ Peace to troubled epirita bringi an$* Paras atyle, looli ate those boots!" cow and wearing his toick bit.ssco.-assured heaendl:au tho liartin by an easy inclina sh. -pdatr.,da so a in as shop
usi/ ne whosuraned for. No griether pure heart wringing thrtley, waving his h tod to us with ai the thought that he was dolwy righty ::ou, when we unezu otedly fund our- of L uisianu, is due the honor of having
one ittre. for six months, - $10 til With its woes, pleasant easile, add dr ving the 0 >wts the p.ri g not for all the jeers not sea rs tin.t sal.18 in a cave of. 1.0 nesse essent. We armoured man, esp rbJ.2 of u aithe and
i o 2 ties * - . . go, Maythosweetestharpkheaven- :Mwhersalelyintheinclosure, and thea' exp aw.,yi.edove ass, for he was evens;smalleavernawhicaled off frun -ishouseth:streadaybegins to.take snape
Moticate Debtors and Creditors . I 0: Brightest erowrs that e'er was given, putting up the bars, came and emered the s ee main eye. We flast y entered a eart and sub sance in the wdil marble.= which
a lication for dismanual an Adunnas- 10 0. 11hele thePraves ftlife are driven school wide the rest of us. After whool, I e of s:pture dourk and flasath ourallives lu a ndo
de e 1 a .inting, must. be pa. Echo to her dainty linger, in the n.1ernoon, he let out the cow and lus Ad no my:npse y wills the ft8- pride :* over a of must bential napearmace, the me mystic services of sheCustraheansecra
was her pure brow solingw, Anave bw SHERIFF'S SALE. While each angel be a singer, .Lud every day for weeks he went turough usefulensphynsent It was by usere sco, producing a magnificent effeet. For the d mish end j m was iso b
Y wirine of an Execution inanad out of the Calling home! We same task. dent that his usirae or kindness ad, self- dr4 time in my lif** [ felt the 1141 force on otner and abler pens wi 1 write these
C.re.un em.,r str re e.-,as. ... .. volusinan. The boys of B At idemy were nearly all &&ni was yesterday covered by his seas beautiful description which Go d. sateressing particulars. Would, that
arewarms insi., Easyrs. Cusu.. -.rra rids and 0 INPECTIME, the sons of wealthy parents, and sons of teacher. s.uith has gives of thegrutto of Aurparus. Icould flesaribe to you the sagnilinease of
.rn .il .3.4..r., Iiftinianan Th0 ?@?$1811 ?8701' E MtfHl. thernamong when was Jesuso:s, were du a- **And now, ladies and gentlemen, I But the xuit sgist.:r:ul thing: tha met 0.<.:Duery verable fro.a tim plateau of
I.swief use sees ..il as .+.. i.,r ..5- at Susan- c.nenough to look tow.r with a ort of dis- ap- -onr View in debiouve was a brijai inscrip s courr.s.y.. way forever aliblicated to
ash. thweral couray Fu. via 0.. al.,- let Mosilst For the prevention and .... . ? Few and d on upon a a.:hol..r wou had to drive a cow peal t> you. was there oi>t trose hercians 1" tion, graven tu clu subt rock-T.se i.as:ri nee, picturesq=ra valleys line E4pe'sy
of April 18.ath at rise upJ L-.ur I wale Ihe fu Ague and Bilinue Fevers. [ n, a ... I -(.1 re this boy a copu r ? N y, Ma ter II wiley iso.p m.st .... Ib u. Ir is at as ey-y
lauring ago.crtled I.na.1. z., u.I.-An undivided medy was broughttothe knowledge of the pret This aneeral ankillage ( Je.ess.m igere 23: .mr 'J tion skeLedtout a party of Duses had vialt -
interanger FweII.,.n-.ne..I alace U.andred and sent propries hysfriendadrobaduk.suspe. cardingly often setsewai. fla diiaise, or1 fo not hidi out at sliPknhbidA the 5.14t*k ed EKis iiatioiri the year 10.11, ifud Eliat j. as 10 s*a Id
Thirty-thres Acres, being the third part orcer- traveler an P'ersia and the Holy Lanti- Deard? You are n et ofraid of ridical y at .*, as foug one
agier grant of laud containing 115,000 acres more While going down the rber Luphants-s. he ex- ph a ritut he did not like the odor of time ., priest who had acco.npsuied the a had my ouseqaud in use enamelled plain.
ethf issist Breward sonmy granted to kinmnel pdvienced a severe attack of Fever awl Agne burn, refu et so sit neit to IInrth y. On must not be afraid of praise. wino facts, c.sis use.noriar of their visis. The na.nd a 8EWANEB.
Italeson the 18th day of July 1813aud caniirm Un diqqquering his condition, one of the isout- come forth, Macer 8-1@ ird James Hartley -----...za
eJtd JohaMAlansonet. al. mealookfromhis person an winwjqg. Making casiuRully be Wogide nquirevtfter this cUlt8 and let us see your neest face!,, Isis priest was Marous Polein. It als> Souts 11sas aban'; I.073.
TA"e.dbase sale is postponed until the 1st **We.u this and no Fever will touch you. all heakh, pronouncing theward "ke aw,"d at. stated cla.at those boill navigators 6<& ma
firmanyanMay. thoughinerydashmanatoitsvirtue.-;ht*eomplied, Azlfartleywithifteningehee'is made Tuis**(alli.giniave"hasingallarshifty
The -.!,..ve sale is postponed until the Aret and experienced unmediate relier.and he tince ter the manner of so;ise country peopl.d barked on a voyage of e ephiration, and Tis what everybody laughs at, and what
Stonday Th June. Jalwaydounditan effectual protection from sh Witti admirable good nature did thrtley has appearance, want a round of app!num, had been driven far son h; als > the they everybody d va. Ti< w \at grave ansI
HTn7sy no e is postposed until the Arst nowdnstious coni alabitagation he found that the bear all these stily attempts to wound nad in wisiub the whole 00 upany joined, spoke had visited nosuy large inksmis, and fin s.ly proper peopid frown and shake t're 6=> 1 y,
The sbore sale is postponed until the Arst boatnum am:ibuted toit miraculous powers, and auuoy him, I do not rent neber that he (110 general approbation of isis conduct 1 had landed an thickly poputtled cours ry, and annoutinently ran behind the 4ode,
Monday in August, said that it could only be obtained from the 'I'lle 'n lies stood up >n beaches and waved cryang (paty EQUd Ivpoorites abould ever
Trq4bove sale is postponed until the farst Priests of the Sun. Somethne afterwards, ine scus eyeton a betr eyed into a look or word where the people received then. kist .1, as mayway 6 Im's salea welLenough sq
Monday in September next. gentlegymin coatersing with a Priest obinined of angry retaliation. (Good !) thei 14 alikerchiest. Tae oad men wiped thinkingthen superior b*ings; t:a..t say r ada away w.rb then)'*'tis site byluming
"O E postponed antil the Srst fro it to a ci a e e- a uT "I suppose, Hartley, said J Theabovesalois postponed until the Arst of whichiswas compounded. Tne wonderini day, **your daddy means so. make a milk- "eir eyesand clapped their hands. The aGe k artisansand two priests, had been audiressly,.tuo a rans o(nit the trouble its
Monday in November next. virtues of this artible have induced a full be. ,,, -clausy boots on dartle y's feet seemed a left th s! tau worlds" Don't a mradiot. It .5.
The above saleis poistponed until the fsrs liefin (he mindy of the nativesin the miracu- use of you prou in orannut than a crown would.Wise ere as a 0< uny. t unit .swalo, and no if it 0 liah so. Lt
T re ibe sed until the first lotwh powers ofsheirmPr a sheen tried "WWf but ?" asked Itartley.--="O noth ouen on his head. The.m.edal was beswwed This is rho substance of the loverip ion .. worl I peopid by heusa Wing, (.5*eb-
monday intaanary next. with the happiest effect by seveful Ladi.es and ing; culy don't lean, namell water lir the un him annid eaeral aculanation aa far it echi be deciphered. N.w, Joes ..nem. w oon ezes us the foundatma of -ife
Tale above aste ip postponed until the trar Gentlemen of high character, who have give emus af ter you.rinae them-that's all !" not this suggest nu.important inquiry to could p -rpetuate only daigat; but la a
Monday in Febragry next. it the most nuqualified poise. This remeds 1 t me te!I you a god tiling >F Jemson varki ake ours, were tilive la to suTa'
The above sale postponed until the Arst having been a specificia Persia for hundreds <-z The boys laughed, and ILrtely, not in before I lud 11 the antiquarian ? 6 it not pr shable ph at .el to love is so-hvtad 0 ususe life, w.at
Monday in March neit. years, for the prevention an 1 cure of Fever (150 least mortified, replied: **Nover fear cone e a was heartily asham. the islands mentioned w re the West Indies, 4, y
M n len xt.postponed until the has asnddgueba 4 16teoula Fevers-is now offered if ever I should clue to be a milkman, ].'1 ed of his ill-natured raillery, and after we und.may out the country w sure they laude. Is our proposition estublishelf ATE
i'ue above sale'is postponed outil the Aral It wig be seq, by mail, preptids with full give good measure and good milk too." were dismissed, he went with tears of man- be Mexicot We all know that theaucient you.g persons are eater to bs seputatel
monday in May nest. dirqusions foruseoureceipt of one dollar. Ty saff-rebuke ill his eyessand tendered his blexicans had.a trad;tia a fit a about bu ^"to love. Any g:oster minds case only
The above sede as p stpone.d until the Arst Principal Depot.and M.asuractory, 1He than The day after this conversation there trand to II.arth*y, untking a has}dsome 10. for passio n; b.ugenerally t wo to a grass
aloney in June next. St. Richmond, Va. Branch Office. Harpk e. (.um- *Was a public examination, at wMell a num up hundred years before the laulin.; ofUnrtes 3 al of sentiment and roianoment so tty
The above sale is postponed uptil the Arst merce Building, New Yors. Address. ;'y for his just ill.ma.ners. Think no in that eillutr "Child? Y the Sue "
Monday in July next. J.O(IN WILCUX 100. *ber offediptuodgenticatqildroni the neigh. gore or It all follow," mild Unrtle "let J en 0 ,0 of plath. It leks death, however;
The above rple as postpong until the Orst July 14 1860. 7. buritag towns were Iresent.. Pris:s were > 7 with white faces, e.s.ne to them un:1 taught the flat love la rarely the heit love. It 's
a va ooned until else faret CITY COUNCIL ROOtt. byathe principal of our academy, I ego so are a r.unb:o is n 10 to bb ee j tq to civ)itti De n it 1 As p cohnru ng and
The above sale is postponed until the Arst ey an Jeusson received The b ys, one and all, followed Jamson's car p aston of life. Is mal, so be an .1,
Monday in October Mext. ?0@#181881104 (01' ElttlipH. creditible nu abut:J for, is respect to sehol exausp e, aind then we set forth wall hure Greeks, with their two Latin priced, yge eative and deepea, and asraphou suse
Thqnbure sale is peasposed until the has arship, thesa two. were about e ud. Al the persons referred to by tradition ? Put the 1.0 to ..: Ine, on, is is use adsen saw
Monds la November as. 'm. Be DAVIS. ALY.Thist r?2b order o be heldeon ter the 01-ranony of distribudog, thq prg sus into the woods. 1 What ah pey dal J. haps many buried secrets cons.coing the iness as are one songs of liness aboni it e
Acting, Sheriff Browed County. and ensagingat thetly Cour..-1 itourn Ir. al.. .p.,p was oysan gir s,\never equie anoide early history of A ouries nosy be revealed away' there is, b.x use south
Much 6th-18450. City of St. A.pgustine, fpr>l..,s sausJ .abler.r...t. a aga-P No-urr in p anaryand tour. y.k.." by thatstrangis device. the world no i.eetly.
e G. A. Pacetti, A J. Node and st d notgoldun daduwhich was ra selves. Tuere is au to an We heart aides This wander:ul cave is easy of .nocess a is .T w sh up as

OP BRid. *****=> 6 great cost, as because the instances were e a tt. 10 a 1 ful nu dr icy n mind situated is few iniles fro a he FI wrid Ow inersuadmime aisickis swan da)
or we P 1. By order of rare which rendered its bestoral er.- 14tilroad, and abui to milealems Walk gluly queue o:runce hand, god on pw
PAULARNAU, Mayor ** proP npoor ur plain dress, shink of Edward. areadyafaunan. Arawaise broader
it a restone housese Oct.18 1860. *(wans th priar.poof heroisen. he Last bo.) Jamediartle the am.Lys WY, and his Front themiuri:rs Intelligenaar. pretty footor hand, thr a sparkling eye.
St. George Street, occupied 0, young auners, w <' GOLD MEDAL. University of the South-'.say.ug Go was unauth, a moulog loses, yearns w. A
by Wa. REYEStowhom, applicaiion may b* AOJENTS WANTED three years ago, rescued a blind girl from Corkeratina., go usad, and de a struasand toolisys thing
anade or at thisoilice nearly oppenite. 9 drowning. The principal that asit that, DISCOVOff Of a Cave ih PWrict the nous my of washill all hado is mads to
April.28,-1 tr* with arm 3* Ma. Eurroa:-In the presoneeof a vast oury w.ien middio-age ingsined.
IR 07075 00till 7 Of 1110 UIRhell relate sist8 an < the company, he would The following acuount of the discovery o; multitude, the corner stone of the Galveral. Ba& every 0.10 ears know w.uk are tha
$ 'IORP. 7* a remarkable are in Flutida is from acar- ty of the 80sik was laid as noo:1 to day.- isouves ad a usions which promps brus
AIR "Not long aince, some scholars were respondent of the No w Mark Journal of The hour was itious, as if Heaven or her so.... ca life 10 n aion willi I were
A 1 @ t mi m afe en tr aml slant fl th, 4 kite in due streetjusban a poor boy Commerce- smiled upon an e oup which was to work it . un, 1 is schtof s.v.r
ep 6bt Rem0aining. E.C.(MILP Our publications are >f the most interesting org e a by on his way to the Tae structure of the under stratum of new em in human progress.. I stres and sympathion they twalip are due;
en acter, as led e wants of the Farmer. Will, The horse took f.ight and threw the rock and eartli in Florida is on-rnous to Myery skin 2 in t.,e i uposing ceremonies at one bru they feel tisexub other raisee
BLACK AND GREEN TEA. thebe.af tylesud bonn g cosT Idolin bpy. in oring him.ao.Madly that he was ear a great 9%tent. In leed, as far as explore* ranitied the n out sangas wishes of the site is nearer to their Gady if theffool that
UST Received a lot of Choice act, Old manne and are w.orthy apla*e in the TAbrary ried hands, and confined some weeks to his t as bnvo been inade, too ground pre its creates meet rise of usesco \Ye read of 6 hey Ot.) DJar Wlt.1 each UE 00. CARIES, auth.
Ilyson. Yong do, very Superior of every Household in use Land. (judy (IE Ake Sohol474. who had neweach alter 481. w.aea heark na4 gals
Sept. 22, 1860. D. E CARR, habFz'F men of enterprise and industrious tionally estatedstills.
(ITST REGEIVED. pro bl e s o o n ygy, learn the.fate talk woBadud boy.- in uouserou ca ties whimbure round Su be Id a Uu versic wishl ad 'emake-unatnla.1,y hav el pisJ ce
(PA"LDING'S prepared Glue, forinupediate receneprkpilyby msilfullpar.ionaars, argas, wever, who, had see of the earch called **ainks" abound born as it were in a dayJ. 6dd, sul nave famendthens lves tically to
use, Choice extractator Ilavoring, ris: Ac, by addressingT 4 theastd: 01e accident from a distampe, nere-some of tne:n dry aniousers pa.tial Th bled b to ree deatnless spiris, thereon be little, very

a a 11.,,. o isle ybmo No. 22 rth 8 a eI 1 a 1 in. 5 e o2dweset 49 .e inquiries, but ly filled with water; while rivers disappear rate ten 2 >ss monessionmgistings he I rt oi UsP C
Mastang 14nament, Bay Rism, 8eidless Pow, under die ground and are seen no more, citizensfrom al: um Sout harn States, be adamtil e us..ubsgr..ve; hile ::11 che
Co as liate 54 Salt a astereQil, FA),RTS A 0, QJId. '>'(his saltylar soon learned tiltsh the Florida is not only *-the I ad of ibwers," sides eight dubops, and scores of cle.*.y the th r nests go wider and wi th

Sept. 16. B. E. CAge LIN ulED 01 b II 4. '0arpenting WoUpdad.boy Was the grandson of a poor but adau the Land of wonders. A few daya men mind ddugates. T.:e .pace1 of ME asuster ad have merity on all: was a

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Respeanber the mooting t.c-
t. f Baturtlay 10th)
We would call the attention of our Citi-
a na.irn.speed.vtPa.rsy, to the meeting
advertised fur shipenuine rS.uned..., 10th)
and hoptithat kers will be a large and
enthaniastic gathering. The time has ar
rived wbon she Citizens. of *!84. Augus-
time" and/%. Joho's County" should
takeaetieog-,ania prominent one in tigs
present criate. The Presidential scramble
issow overy and we fear the decision has
been again the South, at less it as, user
Interen, to our welfans, and to dis::sue..
of egy u prosperley, that we sincould be


Ful.ur youpl. into arsals..... c.r.1,r.
wilitcry df Peace! whe(1 there is on
Deace," wavtake the liberty oL making a
short c .1. ...s nan, adetter which we hav"
js n i.e......l not a rkwr..1 r., si bo- == >
Pud..ad, .11c. To *.pp.cys..10;due I..1pr.
it .r.uar b.. r .co..In-rd'tralit n1. rs I tre4
ten for the public eyefend that it was writ
ten by a plain sensible and intelligear
Northern man, who has had every opper-
tudity of filming correct coneltisions, and
can have no object in wishing unnocessari-
ly "to fire the Southere he:*rt:" .
"Ireceived from vour father a copy 0:
the Ais:Line Engle, edited by yourself --
You have very wisely roudeyed is neutral
in polities, an=i devoted to the more sub-
stantial pursuits of life. The wild chaos
of Ame.ican polities at the present day is
anything list elevating to mind or body.-
Mr. Gilhouu denounced the American
Goverwhent, in 184'd. as the most prolli
qute government in the world, and very
correctly. It has been growing worse ever
since. We have arrived ar, an ern in which
a speedy change in the Federal Union must
inevitably take place. The maig pillars of
thetlouslitution are swaying to and fro-
she wi;d spicu of tunaticism has seizel the
multitudes of the North aqd Wst .,In-,
anne and inad with sueens, and orged
alkag by the notarious and belligia dedips
of that God-defying Jacobin Club of luti-
dela, the Garrison Abolitionists, there in
no hope fr the Unish-NO HOPE FOR
THE SOUTH BUT IN AN APPEAL
10 AlOld For twenty-five years, I have
carefully watched thou, their inuate
chts, their character, their speech.


y.. .1..[on I.Iur intur..(.r.
0 .uth. curbusity, to take the ne
cessarysteps to purchase an adequate sup-
II of t..ua and munition, this every
4.1 .ge.. ...4 be supplied with a weapon
wherewith to defend himself, and house
bolJ, against thit party of fanaries, who
havedeliberally threatened to force us into
an admission of the equality, socially, and
politically, of the slave.
We contend that, this duty should not
be longer omitted or neglected, tthether
the Blacit Republienns have e.eeted Lin-
coln or not. Should Mr. BRECILINRIDGIt
or noy opponent of Lincoln, he chosen
President, we any anticipate a breathi'g
spell of four years, but at the and of that
time, we may codidently anticipate, au.
other desperate effort, upon their part, to
foist their odious doctrines upon us.
It is becoming daily more up arent to
(.110 eyes of observent men that, proper
spirit, of Militia discipline abould be in-
eniented in the minds of the people-that
every man should be a soldier, able and
willing, at any moment, to take the field;
and perform edicient service, is defebee of
of his equal rights with al) mu and his
superiority to the African Slave.
The day ibr argument is glast, ynd the
tiate ia:npon us for ALOTION-onorgetto
notion, tending to stay the fell spirit of ab
olition, by inauguratinga system of defense
equal in all respects to the emergency;
\Ve have an extensive ses coast, exposed at
all points, to the incursigns of an neasy,
and to meet such a contingency, we shonhi
be well provided with I;ght troops, well
eararsed and equipped. Therefore we urge


. theN, 1,/ 111..r evi acur., un..re II,.<.
busheenuiteredalready? It is Just po>'
g sible thatthe great State of New York has
interposed her imperial vote to stay the
sootional tide nest save this Utrion. God
grant that this may be so, but we dare not
ekpeat it. lier thirty vo Electors com-
ing to our aid and to the defence of the
Constitution evuld cast the black jugger-
naut of Abolition front its hideous car de-
throned and powerless. A few days will
detennine. But we can not ask our read-
ers to hope any good from the free States
One word only to our friends. Be firm.
: Be conciliator, to one under. Be pre-
I pared for the emergency which is at hand.
If Lincoln is elected-as we cannot doubt
he is-theonly question is between sull
mission and degradation on the one had.
and an honorable defence of our rights on
the other. Need we put this question to
Southern men-to the Citizens offloridd
No t

A Vigilance Conunittee.
A Counnittee consisting of a number of
our most influential and responsible dri-
sene,.has several weeks since, been organ,
ized in thisCity, for the paipose of Acep-
inga strict wafell upon the movemouts of
strangers, and our slave population.
The importance of such star wrganisation
in evefy City, Town, Village, and Neigh-
borhood, in Florida, is manifest to every
one, and}articularly is it most desirable,
in those places ,at she South, which are
frequented in wyter, by numbers of visi-
tors from the Northern States, among
whom, here are doubtless many, who are
tinctured with the Negro equality ideas of
Seward and Greely.
It has been deemed advisiable to sup-
press the sawesof the gentlemen coulpos-
ing this body in St. Augustine, that then,
laborsiqferreting out, and detectingthe
villanyof abolition emesarses, should any
visit its and attempt to put in practice,
nay of their unhallo\fed schemes, might
prove more effectual,
We hope however that no such charact-
ere will trouble our otherwise peaceable and
happy community, abould they do so, and
itis roven that th have b of
p ey cen guilty
an attempt to psovoho an insurrection, or
tasupering with the Slaves, we trad they
may be hung up, high and dry, as an ex. .
ampleott re t o tidu e vtil

no has been done by the Citizens of South
Carolina, in two instances; first with the
tw3 8miths who were seasdowit to Floridu;
and second, ivitil the two Hitchings, who
arere serit viff til North Carolin. Ove
unstro is justice to all-and justice. to an
abolitionist, in our hundde opinionmeans,
hemp anda short shrift in aliases.

01e ChaTressin New York.
The New York Herald, which has hith-
enobbenbattlinghard in b9half of the
lusioD moWinent, ill that State, now gives
up its cause ashopeless. It says:.
Coninion justice to all concerned de.
mands that this idea that "something may
turn up" to redeem New York'should be
abandoned. New York will vote for Li,.
coln, and lay a larger majority, we dare
say, than any other State. lancoln will
be elected. 'there is no use in usincing
the matter any longer. We are onlled

.1'jn to looktthis thin full it shocian o
do, in to save all the odds and ends of the
election within their reach, such as Com
gresumen, Assemb ymen and centyoflicera.
,n a e ,8 dk
worse to that evend as to took 14 the day


andoorChiday; fn.mour N..nberr. ar,
oronqhmer.corinvasiononsour rightsond
principles, as men and as Southernerp
Therefore**Fellow Cinzens" goyepne and
Lil with the detlitainatioit that Southern
men shall rule the South. That we ilhall
no longer pay Tribute to the North, that
untrights, with junice,--stall and dver
will be mairnained? that The day has passed
when sootiling (ords, and treacherous
Tongnes can mislead-usi robbed of our
rights in Publio Territories, deprived of
she privdege -of carrying- our Property
where would best suit us; it is now full
time that action-action should be our
determination, and in the meeting of to-
might let stagre'be no dissenting voice; let
each and every man wether **Bell" or
"Douginsis or **Bredhieridge," cast aside
the past, and buckle on his armor for the
defecoeof his State in the future; and if
iiceassary to maintain our rights at the
stoonth of the cannon, and the Bayonets
polk "FloYsda" the sunny Land of the
Boath; the Land of Strong Arms; Stout
Ileisrts, and Bright Smiles, will show an
andivided and determined front to repel
herenemiessnd protectPher soil.

AL Sigaiticant FaOt.
9ataide of the Gity of St. Augustine
Ilell sad li)w mas received nine votes. It
1msbeein argined thasthe non slave-holding
populatius of the Blave States were indb-
ferent apon the subject of Negro equality,
freedom he., by the Black Republican
partybes that party feckons.without its
hous"when iteopposes, that the hard band,
edCitison who carries the made of the
mighty vpon his face as 0110 subsidy for
his bread rrill yield his superiority to the
.hlack race; go beyond the limits of the
Towns had Cities of the South and one
linds but one sinswer in response to the
everturesofBlack Republicanism-anin.
dignantNO. In some places attheSouth,
,webelievetheie are'men who have a lean.
ing that way, animated with profound de.
areto gets reward from Lincoln in the
shapeofan office, for their baseness, and
treachery.
WhatRe Balieves'
Very many ofour Sodthern people are
probably not aware of the conservative
viewe entertained by Mr/AnatuAn LIN-
cox.s, They will doubtless he surprised
and edified by the following pithy estracts

al e hi 02ft .cannot en-
durgerseauntlyhalfslave and half free.
I have always hated sinvery, I think, as
inabas any Abolitionist."
. star fair thy n..Mt"'la soutunerit
beingrapadiated by the rail sphner, is is
dailyplacardedas the head obbe editorial
totason oilds home organ, the Black Re
publican paper of Chicago. L Will is next
aderophopages of dio argan, of his Ad-
ministration at WisabingtonT Pcitaps*

WHAT THE FRESTDENT IIINKS---The
Washington correspondent of the Penney-
ranfrannys:
I understand frame good sonnethat the
Tresident barelyhopeater the continuance
of peace during his Admmistration. I am
told that he fears the. issue of sceeeson
will be preeipitated immediately after the
electionwithoutwaitiggtorthe inaugura,
ti n ofLincol"


Ad a a e s. .T el ,d6 -
getoDeates ecour ofty, has invested a
most, f4tleidable weapon for which lie is
1ow ons visit, to Washington city, to take
the necessay steps for a patent: The
pistolis a aresseh.loading one, the action of
fly.og and reloading 16 times inesoceesks.


the necessity and importance of purchasing y are now gut their numbers'
an udequate supply of arms and annunitiqu and they mean to COERCE YOlJ INTO
to be picacrved for use in that hour which 11EASURI S THAT SUIT THEIR
is sure to come. OWN PURPOSES. They mean to at..
mels the reserved rights and sovereign
Beautiful Oranges* owerof the states south. The
Ma. GrORGE COOLEY, has presented na p y mean
withsomeline Oranges from the grove of to usanurnit the negroes, vi etarmis-they
Alexander Watson Esq, near Picolata on inean to-subject you to their dousionat
the St. John s River. The fruit is verl us itTh e drilling tr ud the
perfect and beautiful, and shows that not Continentals," and "Wide Awakes." A
withanding the onlumities which have
oefullen the Oral Floaida till to not of any earthly use/or the South to
age, can a equai be hilediato a quietus by theirlioliticians,
any competition in the productioft of tins in the vain hope of electing their nominee,
favorate tree. in thodistracted, annihilated state of our

The E n on the 1)emocratio pary. The Souit is boldly
North. up menaced, IN CASEs LINCOLN 18 DE-
The New York Zhrald thus discourses FEATED THE, TROUBLES OF THE

of teffects f rly a tionea beSoud>.ith I 1 noaNf no hi ppe t
the North, the Southern States would send of his prey, becolues doubly furious. His
their products directly from their own part, monomonise ide:n k ve fired has mind on
to a fursigu.usesku, and .nevive way,,J rr v.lot on, n...A us er 1.. will as sungush tS-
0.090 g.....Js 11. .au.l., and ac- <11e.:r 0 = E hdisab =>.5. us I ress.....t.-, tl...
the North trobld be worse than if Citifornia -M ,, ispe .7 at.< .9,, cl. is in as ra., a3 n
were to sink into thd PacilieOceasie Upo. **; ...- as sem.,- .,--,.4 r.,7/sts, car. vemed t'-1
the cotton, tabageo, sugar and riise of .tho. thetolland bloodof their heroic fudgereof
Southern States the commerefaland dianu. the Revolution. The aggression on the
featuring interests of the North depend. Southeorumenced in (Its North, and it was
Divert.these staples from the Northein Jixilferedtogrowand by the aid of self'
States, and widespread ruip must, unsue. righteous Pharinces, a half aburved clergy,
Our merchants aind manufacturers rionid and willystroug-minded women, it gather
eitherbecome bankrupt or sell off, and indoumbersofthosuo:st foul and abusive
millions wouhi be thrown out of employ. class of men known.since Use days of Robe.
ment, to starvear embarking orime. Many spire. They have-now reached their pol.
of them would soon turn their attention to tical actue, and if they obtam t.he _payor
the goods and chattels of their wealthier they intend to attack you:
neighbors, having been long taught by the "Int. By respovipg the Chat Juxico
leadingRepublican journals die doctrine ol'theSuproosecourbo
of the communists, that. Mail property is Jud By usuall a be II..p.=ul of M


an 6 is the mercial n Mi on i 1 eta gAlpi negrou fu the
the country from po Eqical causes, and audit ,Distridt, of delambia.-
the anarchy and, pauperism, and n ob rule 94th. Ily fgicing on you a alks f
and plunder of all who have any io to Eedbral oflieerit oftkeir o e.. GI.; stanp, and
0 ial isex ectetd 8 t not is if you reject then, they tar le sustain [Lam
of othat calumities, at the bare contempla. by the bayonet, and nuJ zrant pretext
non os which humanity shudders, nishes general aslack for the astrendible


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ATURDAY(10)V.,19,1860.

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ya o o a Nort ;;te.]
we 1.... no au; as n., .t on...
those e..s.1, lopltedill gg r frbs wl .Inny.s
won to so.....s..an is r ss.......
but en ds arms 0...*, we couceive it to be
our impokative duty to keeli.our renders
posted in relation to the austonomics of the
condition in which the country is now
priced. We are on the verge of IE bloody
ievolution, which .nothing ur ...ne.e u*a
foreseen interposition of Did...: 1.0.1 ar, ,
can avertand to pretend to esose our eyas
to the fact would be worse than f...Iph....s
The various parties throughout the South
are begiothing ed conse theil hopeleasefforts
to defeat Lincoln; and all begin to consider
a more important fnot-what the South will
do in case of Lincolu's election. Within
the last'few weeks a most astonishine re
volution has be a going on in the conser-
vative press of the State. Its tone is en
tirely ebunged; and the most significant
fact is that Yantilliffs sl.... a--: fre:a them
r.:1.2.-r nal ..ds.ainstroll ..-.. *1 1, .,,,, *:
& .g .,, ,,3. I j ....- lo ri a .... .. .... -
they are making one last and lai 01le ef-
tc., i... -.. a.. (1,;..<, L;, a14,,..0 .. 0 r
,,,,,1 tr. d --..:...4 Laneala .. .


The Election-J.'he Rdsult.

We have the satiffection to report (1 at
our Ancient City, a & the 0aunty of St
John's in whish it is situated gave on
Tuesday last a largely idereased majority
over'that of Ociabor. Then the highest
[;.,,t.,,,,rae...s.j..'by was 121 (forSonator)
Nhw:ibe 13itEin$TNKiDGE ticket has 144
over its Bell and Everett competitor. We
have notof<*ourse heard frolls the State
generally, but frols the partial returns al.
ready received we have full reason to be
itive that ki prquirtiomrte gain has beers
made in all other late of Florida Indeed
there was no question-there could luive,
been nor.c-that our.beloved ;nd honored
State woukistand lu the first rank of those
Southern counnonwealths which have
sitaked existence, honor, nil. on the gpeal
cast of this paramount emergency. She
toldqher place with the true friends of du
Union, the Constitution, and the equality
ofalisections of the cent As vion Con
federacy, quw threncested L.y '.: andnes:,
of Northein Anaticism or 1, spe.:J v disrup
tion and rt...t ries cause case. 1,.4 400 as dury
Is. 5. 11 v day we =Infall beur [hs. 11..914 run.
=.11than our ...od..Ir:... 11 sur ch<


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To be located at St.
.
AUgH5tine Fla.
NOTICE is h.ereby given, that t.ppli. ..
top will be made to the general Assembly
of Florida at itanext sessiodT for thb #ur-
poseOf a 806 10001 0 I II hedu
4 2. ..r Sr lugustipound to be located at
( .1sv;u=.lire/Florida.
August 18th, 1860. Sm
The above advertisement we have copied
from an Interior Puper, and insert in our
Columns without charge. From the fact
of having advoented the establishuacut of
a College in our ''Anesent Cityor St. Aug
ustine" sineo our councetion with the
ICxAMINica, we were seniewhat surprised
at the notice and its appearance. \Ve
would ask of the very friend(y boyd of
lirectors who* make this application, if
starter from the place applied for, the
nore certain the anocess, or has the prefei'-
onee beco given outside of the City for
his publication to as to enlist the dyin.
ones el our neighbors; or may le the
r.. I I... ...er..... ..,,.1 ...1 L**
1 I is so p.-brical J.u-


urpose liganti thenqras, a ab.

seens,.. t.. ..... sues are user pa... w-
it al)..els theype goiqg to maken Crom. A meerlog of th& Citizens of St. Johns
..,, or old &be (in ifeir opinion)--or fouray wgil be Ikeld or shad'unr(floosein
rather st Sucomiser pIrate. Sr .in.-unint on SaturElay thb: 10th
"We trust slides the shrill blast of the ines, at 8 o'eloolc P. M. irrespective of
bugle will soon amuman the trained bands party, for theparpose of taking into con-
ofSohthernerstastaiidforthodefenseofall sideration measidies looking tothepublie
that is near and dear to thear-theyard is safetyy, andjoingng-m th'erecommendation
daragerl BUT NEVER FEAR; GODIS ofquestions to the General Assembly ten-
JUST, AND YOUR NORTHERN AL. ding tothosecurityofone.sociaLand.politi-
LIES, OF Tili. LODia"RATIC CL \X, eal existence in the Union ofthese States
WILL .vol' 8.4 19 AN DN=} .111.:r or our Independence Unc of thit Unich.
various nod candid reflection, for the list, Nov.,101860.
time, and but yesterday, Icome to the con- (Froin the Cotp.nbsa (8: C.) Guardian.J
clu /on that you had to stand forth for the Interesting Crorrespondence.
defense of your homes and institutions. LsxmoTON, October 2($, 1860
These sentiments are carefully weighed and Ma- Pr uttu. Can a temperate appeaL
matured with thoughts for years. There to the e..pt.:. f the South, in behalf of
is no hope for the Houth but is arne, as $Jr. Lincoln add olitionisur, be heard
'nmentable as it is. They lieve been goad- zijr as FT hs, wh I aldivide
ed and driven to it by the Boat foul abuse, but little spnee in your valuable jourga].
insult and vituperation that people of the 'Yours, very respectfully,
same nation has ever borne.W B Mad timewer.
Ruxoas AT run NoM one not ColeumslA, Odeviser 25, 1904.
in corresponden e witb the1.utia, n p.e.pid. Ms OnrEven. II th. r.- be nothing na
.,r e..uses>n ..ub th..r junuals, ru. .u your communients...s 01dangerans needes-
.dea or me .u en a or 'u e c.ne.neur y, at al..*, ls.. se.Joed.Re.npe-rate" Ad'%a.



..rtis:.us .ec f lilr 5uar r. I 0.. 4.' P Pelbans.
endorsement I .. q.......hes by

R n is e idhatrodt. wr as LEXINGTON, atober 2 1860.
.&oath, the John Brown murders, and the fu Protrar: I send y so the enobs-
sympathy expressed for hi n oy the ltepubli- c as a sp.:.*..a. 0 of -my- e.... na. ...auSu-..
can papers of the evuntry-w!ute ivid" sub Unnil b mor* man... -erate or
awakes yelding postof hour to black wide U. ChcMet.
awakes; tin3se sat Tu 1 other air es- APPEAL TO THE SOUTI5.

4,p asT at a singing. -e. as Fellow-drious, come and let as reason
che le pr e...,ls-n .s.. In 1,as...3 u.. ,i I, Why *0 sh*wh s..ied against,
on ..... J L., ,wis J.'s U.x all part as .1. I *pa .11.274.= ? All rh. y ask of
expressdthe featSthat it won!d '. ; ,, ....; N ft fm- sheaved Thta ee rlat
should bc clected. P. .,). /mu/ d i\ ting peace. There pro but 4,000,000 of,
ous:oess with the -- mi... .s.,r.. that thes." slaves, and aetheoutside skyare unit worth <
as a paui0 at the present case, and that it more than $500 each, f e., tireo tinousands
swist require wise used finn unsk to guide the two hundr 4 millions dollors. Now, can
pe pledt ab usci'I'ho sp I can 9elfkjite, at 1 ,'nt or than part wits

sug. and they are endeavoring to calm (he science or their 1.. s...:.ut, <=0.ren and pal
dout: by p'...J.. .. th.1, in the event.of the this glorious Unr ..! Consulty or abo
election a .... i.,us .Is., all laws,.including uth, are your hearts set on filtity lucre!
time Fugitive Blave Law, shall be enforced. rely not. Tis n, as soon as you getthee *

in s, jtPc /sp ra e as bee 0 2 ife irt2e a cy ) c on ote fe
ed in TYashington-to the knowkdge of and91 t us all be once marri knit together is *
Cabinaofileers-for the dissolution of the a bad bf brothers. Bildid Cheever.
livion; and that 11r- John C. Breekinrid Ira., at..-1:icha.>*ld L.1 phrer. U.*I 19. .

odue me, ag. c.s <.1 si.. :uto A Chearingly Letter.
tion is, shut 4..um t' . sa. 11 8 3e The following led..r.1. .. su sortingent
peaceably then, iq the eventof the Federal president the cityof .ia lar't, re./IIwd
or eminent. Interfering, all the other us esterd y. 2.Lry per .. b. r rifed .
either .m:s ,.,it ., ,,1th Carolina. 'verite d J i..{ ur r. ...nd. us me

ei .b- .r es.:.cts .0 ti., .r..a us..*-- -aso., i e .rca l. $.7 .. ,
-sr. I,.ac every we I ,s. a 0, .
Insuancrton av Unmarruest, No 0.- "Pure no elibrt to 6 ar i ,4,.9. .3 .
A gentleman,.who has just. returned ,from us, who seek to 01 .. r ...s .
e lowerious 2nifons usi ;ri on I ... / .. so w a

county The partietilars, us.fur no we have slavery" doctrines, ifearri d into practice,
own ableto ascertain che.n, afe as follows: wi< degrady twentv1ive million of vehis
-One morning last week a gentlein:4u of enop, by folising he milli.,.9 ... ,,; -.near isp

th the unty found thaje:dlx ti f in ..ll- .1 ..1. 11 .1 .. ,, am,
boy, who, on being qi destined, and to es ".11. n =11 ca. n..J .Lu.- rare La
cape punish... ..t for ..... c..,31 c so r. in- thepeop:epor, J., FI. 0..nzi, so.J if they
formed b -- .a.nes run C... ...ns. 9 1. 0 gone w.uld presurs.* true (. rgr.:.u.ss.)us far .-
ofFwi:h me.. Ir.....- ....[.1..,.1 ,,.. thg ors us . .r they ..1 pe, w,.,,a 3,,[,,,,..
A.&C. >...1,0... ri... purposopot *;.;ul..s " **** Bones whsch R.u
Useir free.lo... TI... gendeauan ....ane.1, t....*u a arasoneinse..v.,asiarJ....
ntely informed his neighbors, who.Laul./ son,-in U.. h of' al-- p.rn.,L ..nd use
collected and went after the fugitives.-_ philanthrdpist now F.a, I..t me a 6-...[.I.an
They found them eneamped ticiar the Ganal the poli inal aspiranas .,au alargan.z:ss,
a t eked me .e .. ne. rich ..In th nd newlam arson

were killed,.and a number of the andbd,- r.< L. .. r. ..u do. 1,.,,: 7,,t... Edi
ants were wounded. .\lt.. a d.g.. rate as or. ..; rise E..p.7rer
sigtance, the party mu <...pruced. I.T I..1-.- I New Years O.r 14th, IND.
in trio Currituck juil Gare:.e. e F,2 n,. GENTLE.1fEN-TO What Charles O'Cor
.Yisitor tzor, Esq., irrikes int liisWtier to N. Tyrer,
: ------so Esq,, of.O..l...L.r 4th, as to the realt bf
'HE RiSE NEGRO INolitWe It many tholeleolkil its El 5 $Late this- fgil, "thht
parts of the N.:.,rls, he \\' Je Awalies are Cuean pn no au.g but the defeat of

mi 1 14 up a nd mblaLa a done.>, of r I.r gle as
low 11 -1 1,] back N g*v r ad Me re are 11>< .. so, I b Iplu usudes a
P 1.., thw Yanken ts.;ssustom s.sk eire South l am s.c odi. holder, nor afice seeker.
to submit to: -lim it ;s not pines ble that 1- r.e. ,,... whase men can be guilty of such naril.e. rj orGue, y and ht.v.s- boop a wc-riser
r.mouse---BourilEED WUtraiR WI?) Det a Frdit MI* the 0008 sative *rliB 8 4WEAlithf- We -
..y.au ..11 seel go or pr q.
4.bo day of amaturnation has not oisme, upsul-:u be at a e- re
.. rise S.;.ana. allousich Hu'EL410=? luU sillo- dif@ist Itud alas ur lodgThesistile-a -
ice -.e.acil, ass.d d..utales. w.II-but when II the Sun w.il do.sa w=II toas pure a -
eheseeks, with the outer Northern St.a a man .s J. e., John U. lineakiuridge erall be
tu hasciinYrtr& duarine so the South, by e. c. ,jautu ]ct.co in fo.* equal nghts
imp.se40puser-onegroVacePeeident, count
the 4 sy will have. come for dissolution. qI de
The South was belongs the WhiteRacef arn, gen men,
Mayongerbitail; tiqtr r,
as Aadve Passon rox vits stalin.--
VIEQUWA's Milithhr itESOURCES.- Mi. Wright, Marketestreet, hd, wd under
Sever sinoe theRevolucion has there bpen standdelivered shree knodred of bids oill-
sagil enatement, if all accounts be true, as oie):6 weapon (Naviaise,} 10 use Sing and
pereada. the Old Dc.minion. The8tute is is under contraet- to idelitist 200, apprg
Ipir.g put on a shoevagh war foonug Theseadded to what bbe Governor had

o ouraced or va (Js w n obhained from other solirees, w uld make
'na sure earaT ab us one thusand realry I Yrybr.

pursave of volunteer as..iry and some three has can the St.te, we learn, atholat.84
undred GI surantry u-[..rtallery are uni- place less than Virginia paid for the:frause
hi-Most and drilled. Ir soa no as rava- p sad Mr..3V; has peculiar toollities is

ubs me a n as .she trade, as he acts for isorqo heavy holages
ped and ru.ely for Ju y th n the enuru any Nords wise hart mistral of the fedsor so
.e.Labsubusesar of to L*,d mi Govern one, JAst..Mail.








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outhsp ( St J us y I 11
d. FO **..... from Admipistrator of Es-
tite of MOSES E. LEVY late of said County
deceased.


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Herawndo 6 .




on, 4 AF 8 4

[adison 423 287 422 282
3 1 4 28 4 11
louree, 199 45 150 44
Nassau, 20t? 71 232 56
New Ever, 172 222 211 Its
Orange, 58 103
18utham. 149 10 182 91
Santa Ross, 8 2. 3

Sure ter, 208 -73
Bawance, 185 137
Taylor.F 83 70 80 66
volusin, ca so 20 25
Wakulli, 168 148 173 143
Walton, 191 199 212 194
Washington, 167 86 I TS 8 5

fo eed mB n a N
out of Colu nhis, Lafayetto and Taylor out of
Madison..


A 8LD ArT.au st N..*nF *I*:-.1 1 1Iu.
ER ACCIDENTALLY SHOUTS IIIS DAUGH-
5'ER EAD.--A moSt. Leart-rending neel-
de-stoccurred as Norfolk, Va., on.Wed-
a evening, ng or nWesday affordi anoth ftil
warning to those ha dling firearms. It
appeared [ ast .\fr Jre:e T Novell, a worthy
,ibitA su.1 .colulpist p...eus, went honie
fr.,rn busi..u-s about a ..45. c...J fluding his
1.Isle*sun phyou in use L....ae and yard
itK a phys.,l, rn .[ supr.L..d to be loaded,
OhiL Owen h.rn. ..nd wl..I was...Leing it,
it, w...acideou.il,- J.s lan. .. J. The Day
Book the I. 'l. Else r..t or also truly and

{.aura ()Ir. Newell's daughter,) a beam
tiful-ind interesting little girl of nine suni.
asers. was sented on the steps getting her
lessoli when the pistol.went off, and instan.
tly jumping up she exclaimed, Oh! pa,
you have killed me!" As she said t(lis,
the blood burst from her nose and mouth !
She feli forw:p J and instantly expired.-
The pistol And been elfarged with two I nek
shes, both of whids had entered her right
breast pnd perforated her right Inng. The
great shock, together with the internkl
hemorrhage, produced shoost instant death,
The animppy father, almost, bertift of rea-
son by the distressing and beans-reading
accident, sought, in his frenzy, to take his

,tt.".L::\t?"t:.:."s:ad a
prevented from ageeplag his family in still
deeper grief by some of his friends, who
happened to rush up in time. Soothing
draughts were-given him, and he finally
became quieted, nal retired with an almost
eart.

CR EAT CURIOSITY.
Ehave one pfthe greatesecuriosities and
mostvaluableinventidds in the k own
world.ft.rwhichwe want age..Is everyw can.
J..Iparancuarsecru run
Sti.1ur dia LL.lBil, Baddeford, Maine.
ow:81800. 86
,,

ElettgftS*



118 Anageriber has a couple of ploiri for
sale cheap received from New York; one
oast-steel, the other cashironALEX MANN.
Oct. 18, 1860


fort S. 0
THE SilPERIOR IRON STEM
PACKET.

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O

CAPTAIN, FENN PECK.
Will leave Paltitka every Mouday night at 12
o'clock.
Willleave PicolataeveryTuesday nightat 2
oclockA.M.
Will leave Jacksonville every Tuesday night
atSo'6lookA.M.
TYill leave Pa'anadira every Tuesday flight at
2 o'clock P. M.
t
I oWill ea{.e Savannah every Wednesday nigh
RETURNING
WillleavoCharlestonS. C. Saturday9o'clock
A M.
ARRIVING
As Pc.1uth.. Ti. If c. ....es,

Sept. 1880 a REID

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J

O.W a

The enterprising proprietor of
OllESNUT GROYS WHISEE .
(The Purest Med einal Agent ever knn va
Ias ul"tisheddtThec. .ti tt "*
mild delicious beverage. I\is calculated to do
o cheto I ,u witixe 1 r m
dy and mi si inddlitio to te certificat
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, and ad-
do6 er a sa
purity-
0 ETIFICA ES.
Philadelphia, Sept: 9th, 1858
We have carefully tested the sample of Chds-
nut Grove Whickey whi 1 s so

j injuri ed of 20 w e\ n
general us..
BOOTH, GARRET & CAMAO,
New YAnkely 1
Thur.sran.ela-d ., e.ru,.ie ..i Cines.. Gove
Wr..rL-1. o.:4.10rr..r. Mr I.La. Ir Wh..-t...
J.*. lies..sJ Ipt....mily.v.r.g 191.1..l.malad
is. I .m pleased: -ra.e.1,r. u .s assures f...e
1'" r. .ammus a .him... ... **,t...r. e. I
asanunuanallypear.*ra.4r.e. tl.....audgelay;
whiskey. JAMES RI CHILTON,

aly emi .
Heavoyadeachen adaMe he o
a a lba fe3}eosnuth to e Ps e wh

perfectly pure and unadulte tid. Th fine
flavor of this Whiskey is derived from the Grain
use in manufacturing it.L Res eetfuuy. er
ay
For Sale by ONoW ]If, if

e .1816 attit St, Pru a.ilph a.


6

IIBREAS a young man named CHARLES
ALLENSPERitYmy Apprenticehus
absconded and left my care and Employ. This
8 100 1 12s t1 n al lito diin
I e II .im any of his earn-
()ot. 20 1800. II. L. HART,




LL persons indebted td the Estate of
SAMUEL PRINGLE deceased are reques-
Ledtomakoinunediatepaymerittothoundereign-
ed. And aH persons halving claims agahist the
said Estate are required toprosent the same
in aij to on etalsti notice will be plead
WILLIA.11 STARLING,
Administrator-
Oct.13,1860. Sw.


g -

LLperson indebted to the Estateof ROQUE
ceasedlakJNARDY late om e#b see@unty de-
ment 4+ the undersigned. And all persons
,nt | 1. n / I.* ..r.e 1 ex s
within two years, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their pays tl INA A. 11 ONARDY,

Administratrix
St. Augustine, July 28 1860. 87.




PPLICATION will be made to the next
GeneralAssembl orig fo achanr.
to and Unporting from Foreign countries, uncle
the name (4 the Southern Export gnd Import
aft his, iggo,


e

LI. persons issdebtal to the Estatent James
A Riz, deceased are requested to make im-
mediate p tyment to the undersigned. And all
perso)nqsui^ejag claims to ainsea e i i est4

ip e t"oToo will be, pleadin bar of
JOSEPH 0, F/RREIRA Administrator
July 7-asso. aw

SEND FOR ASPEQIMENNUMBEROF

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ILLUSTRATED

LA DY'S NE WS

PAPER.
THE QZilY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISHz
GED IN THE UNITED STATES:
Specimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re-
ceipt of a three cent stam .
J. H. UpRYAM & CO
Nov..S. 112 Son j 1 a.



FALL SEA 8 ARE 017


CITY COUNCIL ROOM
:
I'r0ClalBatl011 for$18811011.
N Il-.=*.... W. Lu .F., ordered to be held on
A ..., s i..: l ul. -ny of November next
idycof nut yfo un 1 anu a 1
for sa d City.

,En 0 usettiMA.a Noda an
o'cle/t3r. M. By order of
PAUL ARNAU, Mayor
Oct. 18, 1860.

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IR 6YSIT 00tlBty Of 1110 ITRiteg

& 08g
)ergedrarbes.rled.--ar.**(.fibet..ast and
-..r..1,an.2,r....awmices.ut..ar.e4,
br9 puous.nas..use .r he mu I. sater Trrg
.u. Litell..rt.. ..ws., rise alrras.,
,.,, ,. -r= e-a-betra ..
L-.- ......ib.m..J.r -treminut..a..u....
"^ ouns adjus Lp sa use,1aprary
"."o:men of enterpritae and industrious
habits, this'liasiness oKers no opportunity for
profitableemploythentseldoodobemetwith,
gip\Persons desiring to act as agents will
ee dom y maitfullparticularseterms,
LEARY: GETS & Co., Publishers,
No. 2?4 Norus Second street, Philadelphia.


INSEE OL Wd eLa n ti
tZiCo a rpe
..ne
Sepg. 15 B. E. OARR.

EILACK AND GREEN TEA.
US'PReceived a lot of Choice ack, 01
So 8 g do, vqry SuperioE CARR,

JTIST RECEIVED. .
P 1. 1 Pured GI., r n isle

me. e. n-ag


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surnary a su.v. 2.1lf.m. N .ut evitatay.

@ tr is I t ti not 1 sionjt -e x, .. : ag*, t, -IPi.111IU31,
. .. 13revardiathe asteibCironitof f loridr andro E. AN'll'SION W,
* e directed anddle iter 1r I adf I iam it. 808 Broadway, New Ydric.
o
PRE STEA ER levict upon and will exposo for sale at Busan- ,After alloy lot, 1860 a/ 561 BBOAD IVAY, tso
Is le oo tyFl6ouri multiblejeoonda doorefrowthe8t;Nicholeoflotel.
lowing despibed land, to wit:-An undivided toi'the Stereoscope is the most instrudivy, sn
-
it even of Fre Thousand three Hundred antl of mo
E. R IVES, Captabi, um '"^"i'"oison as gg qu eo< =- 7 oung, nodue to ido
orin sold 13roverd county gianted to Sau>uel 3. L.
711 L .il e lartr jklVharf Jack. ii, a n, I . sul, 1818 sud confirm- N o co sle thout it, and it mus
t
Tuestlye. Fridays and Sundays, For Palestka The above sale is postponot until the let and will penetrate gorywhere.
..vina......i;... av laid poseponed untiltho.syst we 11 ,,1 ... Tune. and sharphess of detail, as if you were on the
Will ione Paintka seb six o'clook, A. My on 1 do ] spot.
... weenesany, and sourays to, '). is posepone, anal en.;irst .... e everywhere e proving
L II 0 AT INTERMEDIATE LANDING'R. The above ato is postponed until the first rn evie in veh of t
1 .. ... ..r 0,.. . with Stages for II r

I ... .r xTo the Up i [ e until the first 1 9 .* Views


,,. ..,,. .1 to Jacksonvin Monday bNovember next. ntainMesu Tuil eries, trily Tableey, Egypt,
I art 0L, Jacksouville. The above sale is postponed until the fars ens, y d, a, Crystal
JO LI'll .at it. L. 1 .1,ars Honday in December next. Lice--- ds Groutra llistoricalv amu ng
U Intk 1 T is postponed until the first .A esp.v. assue I.u .co 1 It..
Nov 3 IBRANNING, Middeburg. L I OstpoBOG UBtil the fir86 abar-1 I & a I 1 ... 0 1
. ,, stponed until the first feet of these illum nated views is most remark-
M. n .. p wip al 1401.0 Elau ilt able.wer r 1 man .ve 61 an.irmined La
Moods on





At I st 25 60. J.01 Ly I at f e3b v le is postponed until to farer r n S oncep. Y .
Theaboxesale i postponed until the flut
Inland Route no n, so on.a unam.3,,,
U.0a Afonda in October next. n .in .u, .
CHAR LE 8 TO N, 8. O The bove sale is postponed until the fless so cisatist f an motion. The pro-
Monday in November next cess is a discovery of in own, and being un-
VIA .The above asle is postponed until the first knowninEurope, wereceivelism-London and
Picolate, Jackson all/e- and all Landings Monday in December next. Pariif large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
on the R ers Fernardin>. ,Fla. Ha- Aeting, Sher 1 rv IAd nty Vi wsoog I kj1 dh a published
wannah Ga. Blqflou and .Deau- March 5th-1850. Stereoscopic Illustrations of the Seens of use


refi=n*rtival rous:Tuns
WHOLESil.$ AND $5TA L,
13Y

8.
(FormlyB.PDsonar,
No. At BOWEBY. Wew York
II to..i.mbushmans iss stories inkleight.an@
i dr j .p ,Chraguearrest,

OSSES
th thoUn thd8tates,
7 see n -1-- mis.
Their Stook coftsists, impis, of
nosessona,
35ale>Ja's.t .
8 81452
PARLOR AND CH4'MIBER Fala.


tiesi llam, Himit ar.1 Sa n .1 Shr r.*, a
large stock; Exawa ala snara re a-.,......
i sets, from $33 to pica.
.ICpay Lind Mad BKieRSiella Post

5 feri ar..l *, esp*.: y ft the S chern Trade.
etii j ud **3. u us ., ady ea.
IMP.H.L 1sTi GU R.lf ED AS EE




o a .... n run II ar a "



?@@$BS

"CostafB"
"Gostafa" Sa}gosohq&T.Ilkt trader-
tor.
Costar's"
GostafB*Bed-inig Ex;tarminator.
"Costats"
"Gostafa" Eleatria 1owder" fort I
se &D
Ots,
DESTROYS STANTLY
Rats-Roaches-Mice--Moles-Gramid 3fic
Beanse t on 1I n I rhi A 0 -
ini short, every form and species




10 Years established in New York City-uset
by the the City Post-Office-the City Prisons
and Station House-theCitvSt
eamers, Ship.0
tes -the CityHdtels, "Astor. Fa NE.si. miav.
to.-and by morethan2ll.0th; p.*,wars (s-ma
lies.
]|@P Druggists and Retailers everwisare well
them.
Ag* Wholesaledgents in :11 the large Cities
and Towns,
Allip*!!IUnwass!!! of spuriate imittile*Is
fig** $1,00 84mple Ban seni bf ilmile
.Alliiig'\Addresprder -orgs u pgrpuldegDea
lers"to
1 B AK (TOAp on it I tel

"win at w. co...
May 19-1800. Sm




CHARLOTTE STREET.
am now prepared to oKer to my old friends
of this Ancient city and St. Johns com ya
ooo smdid assortmient affalland wa or ay
cepanoes at sixty and s....ir 3 is as 0 whk
approved endorses. Orders from my country
... -- .... e .

igy J/try 1 ad me y up 1 it. r
send me orders for dry goods that they will
at id. .. as 3 3
purchased at this house over areaty dollars
a ill e sli Er pr ut.o y la k.aq


Q.9
copsisting of r sous. D .. cj,.)
1xmeres,01'HotF 0 e l ie 01

..f... .cbr ,
.. ., ?.au as
.*bP I k so
L is....-, r:uts ric.o hall its ., Eman.r. ..
Lyingh tonuaracapit.A ssu him 14.,-,*:4.
2 .1r.L.&J3).
Nov.

4 o:..LIG:. GOf f.II'-Eemg p.auste .u-
"'". r far saurn.1 p.cous or than

J.,jtjn ingT... ,Cm 4 .
'"" 'ar 1u.J a., a..m, an use 4 co action
or p. ver.I. a us on-.p-ar.g. me usa; all too
heards:.>.erranu.en usesne or go, the Fa-
@=1. Isrspany... by p11. is u, .11 b. Tues
p. r ,rn. .. c.." na us b ne.
read.=<, and a timacrated with numerous Es
grm sog 1. All youngmarrie4 people, or those
'.comp a r.g us.nause, and users the lean



11ocked up and a hena usebe en

c.e:
above Ath Philadelphis..Pa.
FFLICIEDANU UNF

........,nt su
r. f a / p

a
c 4 ann p 1,
a too ILed .an of us


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THE NEWSPAPER OF 'tHE
SOUTH.
The ('b.Irledon Hercury.
gives the Intestand most reliable 1 political, com-
.,, ;, ,.ig v... I ne. C T. 1 r r 1,
Iniland'Pele 1 ,full <101111 a En\ 0


The NOWS Of the 80Rtil retelVOS

*
Politically, the MinnounrrepresentstheSlates
Ri hs re I lemon8t, utdi xon ttut
their security.
I. -.-car..o .
..7* c


COUNT


Clay,
Columbian
Dasl4
on his,
Franklin,
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188 8
288 23
2'
L 10


Fulton Street Prayer Meetings, ip which many
hearts feel an interest. The particulars of this
INPECTINE, willbefoundinourcatalogue.
Our estalogue of subjects and prices will be
TheTersian Fevercharal. forwardedtonynddressoureceiptornstamp.
Parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10,

A a de8 i nej es Tr so ul 1arne a p & s t eamm y coqd jsnP nme
e ir 3 s attt a w I lo s alone, (without instrument) can be
it i sia an 1 1 vt up to, he ex- sent m' o wish to be advisedef everything
"jn [ea a aths ior11a n ya le in helia lot comesdue may
men took from his person an Amuiet. saying, will keep them posted at one owQexpense.
'-Wearthianad no Fever will touch you." Al- A en ofleisur a ill Gudi jography aWema
thougitincredulousastoitsvirtues;hecomplied, **d
andexperiencedimmedistereliefandhassince preparedto at ...* ..e..aua., were. everything
always fotynd itan effectual protection from aH necessary for their diecess together with In-
malariouscomplaints structions*'llowtotakoStereescopiePictures."
On further investigation he found that the E. ANTHONY,
boatman attributed toitmiraculouspowers, and Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic
safids he i could on m tiobt if rddn, Als sis1 fosson es astev3tereo a Vie
gentlema in conversing with a Priest obtained country are respectfully mystel to make an ex-
frombianthesecret of its preparttion, and as_ aminationof our stock, as our discount to the
certainedwherethemedicinalherbsweresound, tradswillbeliberal.
rhich it wns cofup unded...l sol atvonallerful O Pla *Z il ph ers -Firsh class
er..s . .... ,,... the miracy ..a r: .uses a e.rstat unrahamed, with price
, g ,,,, g q r"

v < 1 EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
ih a > heeid hi;,, :gy, GOLDPE N01 LS
ye va, for the prevention and cure of Fever
@so and Bilrous Fevers-is now offered GI 19 0 ET $!
It wilrne se a pe ntail, prepaid, with full A GoldPencilidith Gold Penattached,
dixleeii ador use, on receipt of on a donar. 11ain
St. Richmond, Va. Urnuch Othee, manic us Com. GOLD LOO KE ?,
merce Building, New Yorx. Address. I F or $5 O 0!

July 141860 JOHN TY1LCUX & Of^ AN A PREMIUM TO EACII PilRCHASElt


). L. YULEE.


N'ov. 3 1880.


WvORTH PRlOM\ $2.00U TO 53.00.
A ""'". veme Y~lS11Oil we eperienrce in
our presearst modestl d posing of our Jew-
i a wvho:.ase Ia ronierlu a ruedon
ou eb s sleu 8lal it eslla usetly ptacbiis l
We wYishitundl~erstoo~d thait thi1 1Jo Lottery,
but o abr nd eg Stina a ~P~l,r 6 n
a GOL, ~PENCIL WITHI GOLD E A-
T ILED, OR1 GOLD KOg, F o~lth G

chanse, each person receives a Premium of Jew-
elry, less in value than SS, audit maly be worth
$3, 5i, 8, 10, 15, 20), 31), 50, or even 3800!-
NO MONEY RISKED!
Wec propose to let a person know ht r-
Inmhe will e edtrn m e


8 0 O @,


$200 000.

OZees--287 WROADWAY, an
50 WAI.T.. SYBEET*
--*--
This Compan "Inanres Buddings, Mei*ehn
,ld IturtheirdCagoesninlPo e
genersUy i tlike A 1 e let

WM. JAFFoB DINE, Victi President.


FLORIDA sEf..ECTION 1860 Attell 1011 florid,} Indepent
\Ye am.1 1.65 pubj.,ine.) Iptole stem ag
Onere-ukof f ile'Florld.1'Eliodh91 6=.s*.s
nor and Congreennson 5 -1 J. Ti 0 ba.
turns will be flikd I it.) tho" bl....1- ""'
fastasthey are received, and the
reads in any County may by, naottrtained 70C ave hereby Summoned to attend a n-
byalittle figureing. When the final result eval Muster of ygue corps on the th
s....s..a we win remessnu so. vou in- 7.,; ,;, 7 ,;.. oit:12\GP"
each Division of the State, and the number Punctual attendance ini required by order of
eolatakingdt shou 4 he preserved for fu* thoT 1860 WM: BA YA, Orderly*
e reference


rokeloosecavryingi
re a schange11ike THE two Story Stone house
.... b mu & a a H L leo rud no .
alxius th various kinds of Ests in order to by 1Ya. REYES, to whom application ma be
o se owi charar Everything mad thi flicenearlopposite.

at 1, B On I mu
Mo hy PI e luar .. J. BIREy $1000*








grospectus of the Daily and W~ookl?
Observer.


erm no .r cil l. our business men.~ fur II.e' e-s..1,11h~llelll I

T i l l ,.S p r r yd s ap d C, 13 N

sea3Louly but l~RR: resec wifx comertwith
thea Ieatsoorney of Florida in mrainltaling ~r
ther p incipe of ithe party withinl its lianita.
Adi Sttr intrceats and whatever will add
~iot plRYLriY f onr you ar and glowing

lS he in~tereta of our tieautiful and g~row-
inte itv wEIf te on ad aL ftdlEr h LRgOjpltklitt
idt it be diran~thle unledratncod that thle
031I8Rys R will always~ contabin the ver~y
latestneW~uefth day, reports of Insrlkets
and crawfully ?alurl-sad settcr of v:.hie, and
yarity. for L the E.ly cirole. Particillar
attention wrillbe riven to maltters anld thing
ones ring in Jilabama~ and Florida.
TERMS:
IATLn Cnsann. 8010 0
.L1thht.T do 25 6
~Wasl LhUllrl tl .1. llIC~d a ll.
ladeit~u 4 of0 ~cenlt on all unut e tr us ,







bean TO furnshd Ith Is on the
sa ac f sae I so.us n d r s c..


Ti a o I L w illlb easap ly to ll


(o healt~~ased tel app e~iab d I0*1 II

*luryu r tollre Ttyui~sing rlJy lliit
The COtet itt~il uu 170
Dea.a AND F1 ar. siu mt A*
AE8O TF l


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K ERO TH C.NEW YORK KEROSENEplLCO.
(ESTABLIBRED 1854.)
An unce that, having made great improve-
mean sm the manufacture of Keroublic, they are
advVonabled*Lootterit to the Tradent

TI anatREl)UCEl) PRICE.
anue to theinubooit fott anyespectfidl
pisotometrical examination, by E4'd N. Ken
has ot hew Yora, Chemist, and ilated his 8
180






Kerusene
ad pneue. Causphone. 0.0 5
sa 10011. aolar. 1.b
ard Us). assur. 14$40
bper.u Ull. Subur. 2,026
arge With. 603









I

1..1..11... ...... n.. I aler


Kerosene (a also to be obtained at line Man
ul:murers haves, of all the Aus i Grk Whose
use Dr ugglets, brouvr Campaene and sourn-
.ng I is.n. at.maketurers aim vealers di wamps.
/$-&/198& la Use truele.
nw is of the Kerosene 0 1 ( e., *ma all

i us a a ltere it I keen.; tic
aat. 10. Sm


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1)rp.STISOWERY.Mew Yorb
Thinemashlit.hment issizeroriosinheightsud
exceride.4.'**etthroughto.No.dbChrlausstrade,
surst..s... no or us ll.*
,Is ? PER T RE EDif&ES
in the United age
They p prepared to orer great ladiseempers;
6 Stoo is Ap tr assa or Time.*
Rosewood,
ggggg gg
and Walest
PARLOR AND CH aMBER FUS.,
WITURIC.
Also, Osxw sad WooD BEAT sil quilk
ties; this, lives and Beat.va A rrasesss, a
large stock; Exxxts.do mansis Brasonsis,
a sets, front $22 to.$100, .
Jenny land and Extenslan Pept
Bedrames,3
6 reer w..Je.**Pe<= IIJ.forII.< SouthensTrade.
ag _Ia@%@107 SI hd Julligypg els agg.
a alkir .\LL H AI If G Jill/1 ED AS A
PRLSI.Nft.L




MAf5 L vdf OF illdlBM La



"OOstar'a"
"Contar'a" RestRoseh,&a. Enermina.
for
"Oastar's"
"Costar's" Bod-bug 11ixterminator,

Electric Powder, f In-
agQL4, &0. .
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
H.v-II..a e.2kth e-ll.l**-Ground M so-..
I IRBe a 11 0 a is LI at a e
su short, overy(orm and species of

a 4
10 Years cerablished in New York City-Read
by the the City Post-OlRee-ilpe City Prisons
sud Ration House-the City Stesmers, Ships,
&c.-the city Hotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholas."
Ac.-and by more than 20,000 private fami.

ag?" Druggists and Bessilers everwhere wealt
them.
May* Wholesale Agents in 11 the thrge Crd
and Teaus ft
alip'!.I1'.*ses:I!of-.p.irious ...aitsuspe
fe?" SI.uu Sm..ple Itaxes sent by tied.
Itay" -1dresser her.-ar fe. ** ("areelar to Des-
ors"to r
liENilY R. COSI'AR, Patsq4Pat DrPow,
#.1 linomonttupp.,s.ness..1solsalas

p .. a man.


OW OO
50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
amnowprepared tooiFer to oldfrients
of this incienLeity and St. J has county a
most splenox 1 assiortment or sil arel winter ary
goodsat very low prices :.1 cola or city at.
"'""""" """"'"' ""**
.,,-saw....... on., .. .. .
ca., ages....awas, as, e.,, .,
promptly attendable, with great care and.Ages
i"""f""'i"J.,!"""T,?"':t"???:
send me orders for dry goods that they will be
.put up with grght care and attear.xon to gaveam,
the natisfaction to the purchaser. All amounts
purchaspil q( this house over twenty dollars
willbe @owed shaper cent. oil, foreash.....
You harp here a lies of a few of my large as
.mran.nt.s ..1 goods.
1) 1 & O OD&
.
:,:";&75$. g;& ,'*;.ff'***,t*;*y*,c.q
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassimers,, Ladies 01oth,
Meriuser alicolora riguredandplain tselanes,
greyshnice... n;r. usankers, shsh.uk Mark
"" "'"-" "'^***********>-****
wants I'riuse, Lauses *..4 n.nema 11ose. Genia
..idissu m.ass.. animal, rancy Chaks, bluarniI
mise.,o............ns.., ,,......1
English 0... La ., Mad must Wan. Thannels.
,, anaos

A at I F UlU -Delu al .dd I
r 4,
a un.
u on .e e




n. eland as .g no


ba ,
to me to ny one on Else receips of wa y
31 UN .er.cage ...4,..
diove WhPililramelpha la. .
o e h E UNRMGM
on ph.oe yourner under use care or aby on
I 0.. ...urse... QU. Its-s..... oreign-
/, -.@rows y r ,
.j Ear, e. su i ;
6 R. YOUNG an on oundle] or my of the
diseases d irribed ih has ps.1,asannous, as has
omone No. 15 pruce stress, moved ounts.

IQsDates GaunDrope Realacandy, mi to
M. 8. 5,
April ISA),


I


. DATES,
AND PRESERVES
IL b. LARit*
it .lan. 7.
1' do ------------------
11 .. L ."
e." AVANA


A ff$

N 1JB
(BE3(15T'S 4,ORN ER.
7 AS on hand every leading Brander the d-y,
I Give him acallami examinetr ourselv ed.

*
FALL FASHIONS ARS OCT.
Brokeloosectrryiygaway'
use space 2-ligage take s
usercileanshowneaner sy
cony must E lEnt n as
c .; udwu it. 64 every body what how all
..imar al,. s... 2,'id.\., as there in ords. In
-s s..wir...1,*,,..a. .. ....s..1,, Every our...
re -ir pl. -1. r., cheese, with broad
:* lLs.. P all nddmo


ene eg unt
..

. ox
JOSEPH T. IlERNAKBE ,
MERCHANT TAILOR .

ff""""" "(onq ena
ny /1 hi. / vi i/ its
on hana, an< dwes sypplying unuselt we
tFr idauk, bl sets br a to hsbl opkit
hq Caim, Vadny, Euch
40 All orders executed in the best style of work.
manastill, for enh only.
LIVE OAK LAND &014 SALE.
800Aeressituatedabout6milesfromSt.
4"" ^"0'"'" "31"i''"i'"J."Y", be
R E. CARR Obred wilb Live Onic it for ship building, and
April%# --1867. spe usedun a on0 on erre as even
si.uated about 17 to Ra south of St. Augustme,
OE'fA LES, leastests, e.Le. a placeoulledhuh'al. For fu ther particulas
*. A 4: 4 app y to F. P. FERREIILA.
894. bs. Aug.andna, Jrdy 14,18tkA


ris
.ta
La 8




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mill me in uc.
ash 1.1-.- sh I pl'.
Wilul las 1. Linul'
.


FIRM^ .
a 1. *
MANENTI.
,
El
1 7
an news anus,
FT0515PACKAsh.
Tist ch VA E GE
ON F
e. o
Every Drmeril4 ard floutstry Sterritant alreald keep
is as or n^j y not only won
may saware snow as tw my. is 'ise
among sense espease ...1 pecunnery susereas or as
For sale (as St. Augnating by
8 E. UARR
10 -200'

BLISS,
E ('@TA Agg"
5 LE II T LWILI& I

($ )


NI

de ne n the wedd.

100,000 pricknoes
29
sold in Georgia and

.
RU""" """
S TV warranted to

cure, if directions
8 PO O OW& RO
CRSO O Spepssa,
1
8 8 9
311111 00 01101(1 -

Delsilit y, Palpita.

OD, Chf t)H l' f idl*,
Thten Giddiness
9 9

OpleSSed Spirits,
OSS of Appetite






male consphints; i

produces Rotund

ily of Form in Fe-
r 11R 811

Spare liabit,;
gyrg
S 01 / OD


$ ( ('(t
PROPRIE' OR
tIlroadwayNewYork.


JC. CARl
April 1 1800.
20781 2'OYS.' I
A 1 rre r*uiety of Tays ter the go s hare.
46)* 5 al.LSQM


AMERICAN AND FORJDIGN.
TEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
ft ANT (I 0 W W,
08 Broadwqy, New York.
Aft r qlay lot, 1800 at 501 BIto4/1WA Y two
doorefrom the 8t. Nicholas Notel.

esTe 52 in f rian.cons. ** so
fmo eg igyptions.
Nonearetooyoung, nonetooold, Dolfe too
ru lan estuzeducated, to ackshow.
No home is complete without it, and it myt
nd tri 1 penetrate everywhere*
10 preseng a your view every part of 169
I st Iti n t

1,.. ris in are everywhere exploring
.. *C... n ea, in search of the
on a yme ichingtherfeed other
at 3na is eme n.1 as %gtfi 2 iv
ireland. Wales, France, Belgium, holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Vermules, St. plusill'
1ontambleak, Tuillesses, lialf, i...h I go.'
1 f =8 to it uif0 ,st on s. in ni"'
riate seen s, break int seems. ple.nic stan:-
.r c us ., a ........ ill..
, ,f i.e.co. ..t.(
"**** ** *** 1-
T> Be DileBank ul silk Bri riflDid *lc
L .....1 b .se tu 1... dress up rm.ns @.<.9 c.1 our
synanistless..I l..e. th.new la.ugaLeisu-
-c |*.*. mlumning I ', 4. r BUls PL lime. Illuti.


Amb i. y .--r .I 6 em ope 1. w
---
Hikli.el**Fin fla L lashun 50 ever).
hingr. an.I.rl.e. rq..arons.. E....,<.<.4


ones is a discovery of our own, and king up
known in Europe, we receive has Lynlan and
Park large orders Mr Authony's Instantaneous
Views of American hfa and scenery.
Among other things we have just published
Stereescopic illustrations of the Scene of the

91 i 4 a to a
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
fory.r.ei .11.,. .........p. .. p.
:0, r $ ran is as good in to e..(
asuch pidures as the may reiguest, 800 by
Vie0 alone, (without instrument) can be
sent by iq d.
Parties rhowithto be advisedof everything
realy \.unable in the line that comes out, may
send tas their names to place on record, and ws
All eo lara fta Ir fg most
fascinating and delightful amustines 0. We are
prepared to tic out amateu 4 with everplaing
necessary for their success together with in-
structions **How to takestencescog i JOicturee."
Importer and Manufacturer of Photogr sphie
Materials. Stereescoves and Stereoscopic Viequ,
grigf*.Merchants frosts every section of use
comity are respectfully invited to make an ex-
aminarian or our stock, as our dancousn to the
tradewis ealerag apher4.---Firstches
ster'eoscopic \ern.. as...a 3,
Saud by .... s p..ut ...co....eleJ. with price
of Nargabive'
EXTRAOlbDINiklif61LE OF
G 0 LDPEN 01 LS

li 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8!
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached,
on
GOLD LOOK E T.
ror to o of
AN A PRE11IUM TO EACH PURCHASER
01tTil FRO il $2.iro TO 8.00. '

A" '"""" """'"''" """"""
.............. a..... or,- a.w.
"a 4 .. u.. n.. univ... .asistsecon
given to all who..ave patronized our house,.we
'o'"?1""ill'difi'i.i'"n" "t"utifit
We wish it understood that this is No Lottery,
but a fair and legitiplate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the valub of his or her money in
4 GOLD PhiN(!IJ. IflTil GOLD PEN AT-
mouse, oa a sor:v'socia.'E, r--hain $o
each,.which cannot beboughtat myrusanscore
for the same price: and su addition to the pur-
chase, each person receives a kentiumef Jew-
elry, tessioninethange.....i 1 .. Lea r.1.
sa, 0, 8, lo, to, so, so, a ., .. ... .
No mour us, e. :.
e prop->-== la luIs p< mu 0* ** wl.ul Pre
a .. ... a..s ru..== l... . ..... ..s r....e
^ I-a-0 ..r =>.men. rag .... on ...
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"'"* "'^""e "'t Last son I ensu
. cu, -... s..,a*ket, a- -a ..w @1.1 unshe she r
.......,0.... r..,u....,,...,n...........
urs. they air. untals.1 .... I I.; e...s. .ia<..
'-* e---- - --= - ** *
pusu. Irum long esp..usse r. slan above
:e, i n- g.. -. bones. I 4 nilains Lorals, assenedi.
" "' .ne ans.*h.

o a on 0 1 0
b I b as shou

."'.fr".'it'.'"^Z.

a ...asurer...nanar*
Juarearticleasuitablefor
0... q. .ie fa= w a.

Gold 81eeve Batttons, 0044
Wateh Keys,
Gold Shirt Stude-plain and writh settings:
a go us a s2hs Gok Enaps.
FOR LADIES,
We I are Gold TYatenee, Floreari Mossis Gold
oa at i e s, 1
.... uoddades,80 a ngs.oke ko

on a reform a given whaeve
requned.
e, u y8a 4 wPywTA a oM
loners being adiscarried.
Ashes., ANGLE & 00..
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hr it? YOilkl)


FLOUR,



BEEF,

PICK CS,

SUGAll,

4

TOBACCO,

WO.1P,

I'AILS,

FLUID,


In LAL.

CHEESE,

I ORK

7. IPEs

TEAS,


LARD, E~T


ICTI ECIOT lIE,


EEGARS,

TOTASIf,

AILS '

CAMPillNE,
JELLIES,


SODA


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