Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: November 24, 1860
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Volume ID: VID00217
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The Fire-Fiend-A blightmare.

From an Unpublished 8. of the
Late Edgar A.Pope, in the Pos"
gaggagg agggaragg @, ggyggggg,

in 168 kepen dearth of m;Jnigh, wl.0e abe

emular.pel bell-
Fairallyfalls..nglysloatir=ge'erthesabi area

L ~C".-~~ -L - L -I

&.maine raverward., the
gent in consensing a Pr.ner otsu...rand
fromailausess-oret ol'Its pr. purs.....u. rared Fas-
wl..elqir was gunposer.dea. TI.,- wear.ri ribi
i. I i.Ind., ,si lbem a -
'" '. I = b r Prieste.
ivith the happiest eJTo u 0 a ba is

e b 1 8 re o
and Ague and Bihous Eevers-is now offered
to ae Altaerican pe I all, prepaid, with full
directions for use, ou receipt of one dollar.
Principal Depot and Manufactory, 188 Main
St. Rich d, Va. Branch Offxce, Bank of Lom-

me ley 14 1800 rNew Yo N & G9.

a 1rtRTrinst WIT A RTranwa n
ARIll'lillits WWANKJEIp

IB EVery CORBty Of fil6 IfBitell

O engagein the sale of some of the best and
Oumopsu. e gaintlyillus at W ks lishiend
character, adapted to the wants of the Farmer,
MechaniaandMerchant;theyare published in
the best style and bound in the most substantial
manner, and are wortht76a place in the Library
of gHo iseen fd terpr and industrious
habits, this business oHere an opportunity for
profitable employment seldomto be met with.
Milip- Persons desiring to act a=t agents will
receivepromptlyby inailfull partiedlars, terms,
Ro., by add{ ( GETZ & Co., Pidlishera,
No.224 Nortl38econd street, Philadelphis.

INSEED 0114, TVIrite Lend, Turpentine,
Zine Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass,
Pudty Chr me reefa s yellow, Chrome
Bept. 15. D. E. CARR.






cex8pecimen numbersesent, post-paid, on the re-
J. H. BRYAM & co.,
Nov. 8. (13 So* h 1 d 1 a.

igexican Mustang Lintments .
whi t sea it clu alaos7tcouldlinsureshe usese
tism, SaltRhens, Burns, Bruises, Stiff Joints,
or Gald, Sprain, Pole Evil, and Swellings upon
Horses, it has no equal. No person wm be
without it who has once tested its value... "And
El Ps ie teen exes ma ent 6
article ever pgtormed go many enses in our
ne hborhoodasthis. Is. W. SMITH, Ridge-
ritee I at to tral Esq n dds r ,
le as dwea .Ibutsitteelt.he eemse
$150. Your Lintment is doing wo; Aeg up
he q: sh asqu n, is reaching we every
or n@etolo i ye anTi
1 s th out to rl 4 411 respectable
BARNES & PARE, Proprfebors, New-Yorke

-UST 14cqeived a lot of Choice solo Old
Hyson, Yqng do, very Superior
Sept. 22, 1840. ]), E CARE,

- IL

der th unt en.qin .46publicanwm-
sc..j are bneadditionaleauses..b.
hole runs Lisa thrents of thaL pm), willine
larlashief. W idithreadagataunabs th.:
e.*.-n..n of ABRAM LINCOLN so the
d stanet issues of -an .."'

a (n tioethe institur es. 01 &#ron rh''

Resolved, let. That, our Senator and Assem-
yman e 3uested to urge a one attenti
early a day as possible, the importance of the
passage of a law authorizing the purchase or a
suitable number of the most ellicient arms of
wi o idPolch3 the thorough

me e u2{t t 48inn i w itm in
vide for the establishment of safe and secure
for the security and preservation of such arms as
mayethus b ure setd at he ma be the
Resolved, Brd. That, we respectfully ask our
Senator and Assemblyman, also, to urge upon
the attention of the General Assembly, the im-
portance (under existing circumstances) of re-
ed ag any 1a all leaw an Mana s,
ing and hearing arms as he may choose.

, were thro' and ballowy wish theralling
In my 1 lay J..=amang, by Lbe fire-
(3 glyitfulgin.nma.g.
Ar..In.) drse.r-s war.: drname foreshadowed on

As the last 101);, linge ing echo of the mid-

Liftin lem Ilows ofthe thither

Leaving on the starless silencenot a token or
a trace- .
In a quivering sigh departed; from my souch
in fear Istarted;
Started to my feet in terror, for my dream's

Paintenantasmal err ea frightful, fiendish,
On the red hearth's reddest centre, from a blaz-
so ing knototoak. in
eme to gibeand grim this phantom when
terror I awoke,
And my slumberous eyelids straining, as I stag.
geredto the floor, ,
Still that dread vision seeming, turned my gase
toward the gleaming
Hearthandthere?-oh, God! I saw it: and
from its flaming jaw
Spata ceaseless, seething, bubbling, gurgling
stream of gore!
.< .:1-1-94. struck brith stony hise. x, frozen Io
11,4 poor T stood,
al me r.....gue ...y [. ..n wr. r..sse.g with At
Hissing, bubbling blood,*
nrr so v i _. .

Till 61thoselambent Ups;to name me-,.then a
wondrous calm came o'erme,
Andmy brow grew colded dowy, with a death
damp stiff and gluey,
And Ifoll back on my pillow, in apparent soul-



Lo ladynof rank ad fashiDD, #Dg
that a thief had been long harbored in her
dwelling, who had gradually niade way
with a vast amount of property, in little
sums. When she reflected, however, that
his peculations .had always been connived
at by herself, and that he had been en
ocuraged to imagine that he was merely
appropriating what ehe did not want, she
felt that she herself deserved more re.
preach than he. She resolved, therefore
still to keep him in her service, and
give im as ance to regain his character,
by seeking to save for her the same amount
which he had before abstracted. To make
a long story, short, the experiment was
successful. He became a valuable ser-



St.All StiBC, St. OhR'S CO., Fla.,


s. .. .e GUS'lNC .

gg* Asw-.nne.nuxurs wJl be ix.nened ia.Line
queswingurma. *
he D 114: pr al*e.,re, of twelve branarsd
ea en j
r it o ra 1)at

tisem n et marked with the num_
ser of sd use ired, will be continued
a Five Dollars will be charged for all an.
a uncements of Candidates for Oflice, in ad-
a ace
lio MO i a7do c ndhe eardeeeddai
in .ct advertisements payable quarterly;
advertisements from strangers and transient
personspayableinadvance. Allotherawillbe
sensidered due when called for.
ne equ e sizCinr hs, $
Application for Letters ofpAdministra,
tion - - - - - 5 00
Notice to Debtors and Creditors 7 00
Application for dismissal so Adminis-
kg All bills for Job Printing, must be pa
pathe delivery of the work. .

1 ineC o lecu oni uf9 1 slot d
rerardinthe Eastern Circuit of Florida sudto
me directed anddeliveredinferoyatWOliam E.
Giles et, al. vs.RufusK. Sew411and wife, lhave
levied upon and will expose for sale at Stisan-
nah Bre rd coun Florl on thb1 to acad y
lowing described land, to'wit:-An undivided
inf4test of Fre Thousaml three Marinked
' H h IAwnobe ithelt6irdo}>4 cof on
or in said Brevard county granted to Samuel
.El on at c 101..]..) of July 1813and canfing-
tJ .h, I II .bnp 0 nod until the 1st

$1 9 he a le is .postponed .sr.'si 4.* Arst
Honday in June.
The above sale is postponed satil the trat
NTnhd J yle is postponed until the first
Monday in August, d until the farat
MoTi 48a eS tee heprotpxone

agg"o " "" "' "'l
Monday in November next,
The above sale is peatponed until the ir"
Monda in Declem erp txpened until to 0.1
anonda m Januaryis tposed until the first
Ilogay in February next.
The ago sal)ehine stoned until the'tirst
The bove sale is postponed until the first
97nhde v 1 i postponed until the Arst
ponday in May next.-
The above sale is postposed gatil th.e first
he a ane postponed until the first
Monday in July itext.
The above sale is bestponed until the first
Monday in August next.
The above sale is postposed uptil the first
go a sep .oned until the fast
Monday ill October next.
The above asle .8 a poned until the first
Th 8 In a a .oned until the first
on in seegabotsext. .B.DAVIS Sh agggyprd C/urdy.
Mr b ish-1869.

THE two St Stone noque
with lot andoTitchen &*., on
St. George street, occupied
y Wa. REYEStgwhom application may be
made or at thils ofilee nearly opposites
April.28,.-1. tt.

( III e
ARE ANTED White Extra for fam y use

98 8 o a pily Pas BaCla c


inswelledhistbroat- ,
t.1y for his mate!
Then I started up unbidden from my slumber
night-mare ridden,
With the memory of that dire demonin my cen-

0 a my eyds interior mirror like the shadow of

a X.
.Lh the Gre lan asmouldered wors al.,rc

ora rryst.q.*
Bataroanditsher centre, why-rethd' man

PASSEDATA pyalgogggrgygg
COUNTY, HELD AT ST. AUGUS. A Manchester warehouseman published
TINE FLA., NOV., 15th 1860. an exceedingly senrrilous pampides against
the firm of Grant Brothers, bolding apan
HEREAS, The constitution of the elder partnr to ridicule as "BiByBation.
United States provide 8, That a well regu- William was informed by some one of the

on e3 e 6 e e m 6 a ,
AND Iv ul aras, The copy of Sr. c. Oh! an d rbe libeller, wheainformed

florn be aggressly ..qud trbearagritation hdie God orare ,of thaI,.
as TH th@ .

lendbecame vi Atsh a c to labol
h rupt, not .
tain is terfideale and 1segm business
age.a man out obtaining therr sign.unre
1searradio him a hopekss case so call

,belt rmf si T ke th plica H
e theom he ridi ulaedT'dB

88 O W9

Th I &
e rpp iengeMe p on to seg lai cu
Which Mr. Grant signed the name of the
firm, and thus completed the heaessary
certificate. "WQ make it a rule," said he,

din dt bac "anover refuse 2rdna
have never yet heard as you were any
thingelso." The tears started into the
mim'asyes. "Ah!"continuedMr. Grant,
"you see that my say1og was true, that you
would live to sepentirriting that pamphlet.
I did not mean it as a threas-IODif 180886
that some day you would know us better,
and repent ImviJag tried to injure us." 4 I
do, I do, indeed, repent i.t,". "Well, well
you know utnow. But how do you get on
what are yongoing to do?" The podr man
statedthathehadfriends wbo would as-
sist him when his certifloate was obtained.
"Butehoware you off in the dreamtime?"

g The answer wha, that having given up
eg falMy to gis creditors, he had
been compelled so aunt his fansily in even
the common Dece.v*arnes <.1 life, thaL he
arglas ter: end.1ed to pati*r lus.martificaks
**.\ly good fellow, aIsis wul never do; your -
w.fe and fancy man nonsull. r in this way;

d fur wj b 1 worlt wiTyo
keepup your spirits, set to work like a
n, and you will ra so your head among
man eaofor dW cho epg & otd
eitpress his gratitude, but in vain; and put-
ting his hand to his face, he went out of
the room sobbing like n child.---S.(f-H-ll's
by Samuel Smiles neao edition.

Forgive Tis, as We Forgive,
There is instruction in the following

sto be Middle Ages, when the grea6.
lords and knights were always at War with
enoh other, one of them resolved toravenge
mself upcoa as a who had offend

when he had milde this resolution, he heard
that his enemy was to pass near his castle,
with only a few men with him. It was a
good opportunity to take his revenge, and -
lie dedennia t tole ab ed

who tried in vain to peranade him' to give
it up. The good man said a great dpal to
the duke about the sin of what he was going
> but in vain At length, seeing that
all his words had no effeat, he said.
"My lord, since I cannot pessuade you to
give up this plan of yours, will yout at least
consent to come wiib me to the chapel, that
we may pray together before you go?"
The duke pousented, and the chaphia
b e to othe n pr I

revengeful warisor.
--11.u you repear.after me, sentence by
sentence, the prayer which our IIord Jesus

soe m sk pks?"
He did is accordingly. The chaplain
say a sentence, and the dpke repeated it,
till beonweto thopatition, "Forgiveus our
nequases, as me forgive them that trespass
against me." Then the duke was ailent.
**51; lord d.uke, you arasilent," said the
**Will you be so good as, to continue to
repeat the words after me, if yondare todo
so ?-Forgive us.oar trespasses, as we for-
give them that trespass against us."
'I cannot replied the duke."

ha a o I as i enat
prayer. Therefore, you must either give
revengemor givil up saying chis prayer;
to ask God fo. pardon. you as you .pardon
others,.is to Him, to take vengeance on you
for all your sins. Go now, my lord, and
meet your victim., God will meet you at.
the greaLday of jaidgemeist.n
Tue.iron willof the duke was baken.
"No," said he, "I will linishmy prayer;
My ....,3, my Father, pardon anpairldwire.
to 1...rgue him who has offended ine; lead
me not ants unraptson, but.delliver me from
"Amen," sailkthe chaplain.

r thodoire no o IIbg r,-panit" g, as
wash yearval Enge.c,-
T<,a BILIA,a.e.guidea. on r. Lable esrwed
ab.11tsms.Jr...I.B..J.*.ilipower is of God-
initedalousl .

vantandenabled herladysh
d, 4th. That we recommend to our
ip to accom' fellow-citizens, the importance of a siting as
plish a vast amount of good, for abe re- one man, in opinion and action, against the in-
garded the sums so realized as sacred to 'isnous Tm, ements of line prxcel .so be
the Lord, and to the aid of the poor. immediate expulsion of any indarid ad, us...
The name of the servant whose reform may defend, or otherwise ar temps as a mer, ....
.. ,,,.3 mir sa. to pluseiples among us, as are
tion was attended with benefit so great to ,,.,,,ez n..... up... by ..m i. .ty and
all parties, w =6- *' 18 BUT." In ai e e i.Ts2t a us part e-
word, durang rs career of Parrupn. e is,. .
,,.,,,o.,,,.e _ . . .,,., .,, r- *
been aceastomed to indulge every, whim, mmendati is nu of one of
and to justify the most wasteful expendi Isat body of a cony in of the people, to con.
ture, always solacing herself, winnt the infer tha propr ery the State re-r armpg the
bought some attractive Is'ad.F w & 1. .. r
expression, 'Tia but games," a a
ty guineas," as the ca migl=1 be. 'hen
her, conscience became claran-.1 ar, use 3 .
thought of her sinful esg.ews..s, and in view s of nea f
of the account one day to be I.-=..i-nad use ted sea e That we recommend our Senator
God for her stewardship, she 5 aply re nind Asse a oa 2io part in the eleo-
"Ne rad8 he aw p inipks of so dr wa nine heernbt wim

box of jeasteful construction, which she the slave States, then and in thaoMse the Gov-
eaused to be labeled with the words, rnwe a ia8tnqu to ed as
"'Tis But," and whenever tempted to in- or > r erranc gx e nonrdSen to a
dulge, after, the old style in fashion finery, no ferrrher part in public affairs, by virtue of
or trinkets, she resolutely threw the price their present contaissions.
into this treasury, exclaiming, "'Tis"but AMUSING AOCOU.NT OF AN EX-
so much." In the course of a few years> PlilRIENCE WITH ARTIFICIAL
the sun thus rescued from folly and sin DENTALS.
.caused the widow's heart to sing for joy, We have been very much amused, says
and became so much treasure laid up with an exchange, in listening to an acquain-
Christ, against the day of judgisent. tance of ours, when describing his experi.
The advantage of won a comes an is here edle with a neir set of tpeth. 110 remark-
suggested, in addi:.g t.. th, La spp; rse so f ed:
life must he seen at once. The lady who I have had all my teeth pulled out, fo%
the pers a thousand dollars in superfluities to tell the truth, I think they have been a
in any given year, can hardly imagine what ourse to me always, rather than a blessing,
she lost, in.the mere matter of enjoyment. .Now;in their place, I have had false olies
Thesame sub spent;iddiolously, ornkr :1.4 put in, and I must tell you niy experienrie
counselof some comlietent adviser, (herwithmynewmaniticators. Ifelhwhen jhe
pastor, for example,) might have sustained, seet" was first put id of though I had ra
fora wholsyea a free-sehoolforshildren- couple Ef wheel-barrows full of paying-

Yeal a nru]dn]edb a d idstortehn. stones lying ground loose in mymoq)hand
and learning every form of iniquity. Into it.,aeemed as if they were going to be spil-
how many wretched horises the blessings of led out at every moment. The first dayI
sals a school must penetiastil How many waited till every one had done their din-
lattl<= missionaries Wokild go from it, daily, ner, not, during to make an exhibition of
Into the havels of their parents, to repeat my teeth and ran the risk of their drop-
the hymns, and prgers, and unlessistas. ping pn the table. Well, I chewed a little
and to practice time ...aunandefepheof 0***3. and sto ped, chewed again and stopped,
taught in its routihe; and what.Jqrder.ud and fina ly went to my room and laid the
from fashion, or vanity, could compare aid darned things on the back part of an up-
the satisfaction thast must spring up in any per shelf, thinking they were no go. The
heart, from whose benevoleans the supplies next day I tried them again, but with lit-
ofauch temporal spiritual good has gone sle blitternecess, and after this I would

t, not to rest the sitter on policy,. parry-hteh3min say pa e6, eqasi really ptery
what shall we say in view of duty! W4 enoing some new emotion. One 11sy they
are taught that the expenditure like the employment of any other talent, with nails in, as anything else; and again
must be accounted tor. Large means, I could be certain that I had a great oirew-
wasted on self, are a curse of their possessor, lar wheel stowed under say lips. Some of
if the gospel be true. Wealth has poured lay experiences were very coigpalp They
in on the land, bulliberality has. not com served me so.many times, and I was rather
measurately increased. Well may the fish getting tired of my bargain; but by per-
and luxurious tremble in view or this stew- severance I become usediatheinways,
ardship of riches, and of the easing dayof ar..J = .>w they can not get away from me,.
account. Let me learn to proportson maf as I La..w yet how to manage 'them, and
alms to my estate," says, Ratsop. Wilann, know to bite on them, and bless froni the
."least Ishould force God, in neeroy :6 m -tracts us my heart the intentor of false
Rouly to pro ortion my estate in alma. Usals,

Then, as in death's seeming shadow, in theicy
fall offer,
Ilay stricken, came a hearse and hideous mur-

0.. """,' n""L..... or

""""i'm'o'"""i siti.x, man., a ..
I am Arch Fiend of the Fire I and each blazing
roof's my pyre,
Andmy sweetest incense is the blood and tears
my rictimsweep (
'llow I revel on the prairie! how I roar among
the pined .
How I laugh when from the village o'er the
snow the red flames shine,
And Ihear (he shrieks of terror, with a life in
every breath;
How l scream with lambent laughter,, as 1 Amrl
each crackling rafter - as on u... as an-.xasi Eque ages.r
1'*.' * 1**4.'"' I
Lepp the high priestsi of my alter, in, their mer-
sphaqe of #eath(
'I aln Monarh of the Firet am Vassiabiging of
World enrichingbvith Lth.e sksdow of its doom

With the symbol of Hereafter liaming from my
fatal fate (
loommand theEternalPire.) H gher: L that
Liglkerl higher!
Leappy ministering dempag, like phantragma-
Huggmg Univei-ealNisturein their hideous em-
Then a sombre silence shut me in a solemn,
And I slumbered811 ,an infant in the 'madle
of the#ee]R
ill the halfryin the forest quivering with the
matin stroke,
And the martins from the edges of its liphalig-
Shimmered, through the russet arches, where
the light in torn files marches,
Lija a routed army struggling through the set-
riedranks of oakk,
Thro' my avy-fretted casements, filtered in a
tremulousnote. ..
trqq thetalland.etately lindeawlaere tlan Rob-

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Lemon, Vanilla, Orange, Raspberry, Strawber
rydtlmond&nobalso Parego in El e 41 zO oum
ors, Con as 11iate Eps Salts stor Oil,
15. e, ,

N Boxes, Olives, Capers, Ricklqu; Mustard,
Red Pepper, French Chocolatq, Masona,,
Currant {ell fieserves, Hegmetically slialed
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Oct.18, 18so. FLINT. CORN
OO Bega for (Manings Com Peas for table
$1APLE SUGAR,-JustreeeBired. use. 3 B. CARR.
Ayggst 1,8\ 115. CAg Nov. 17,



It@ II.


ThePersiaH FCVer CharBI *
For the prevention and oure of Fever and
A e and Bilious Fevers. This wonderful re-
16ntp oi 1 nd[ enseboe ne
traveler in Persia and the Holy Land.
While going down the river Euphrates, he ex-
da in 0
at or ., r 1 .zpliji-

Yessagition he found that the
boa bitr. Immon a

FoMb not a e ted to b
used'by the Fathers of the
Republic, to Coorce a Seqod.
ing State,
There are not a few who believe that a
Seceding State may be forced back into
the Union by armed intervention. How
such a thoughtean be reconciled with the
theory of dur System when its foodamental
principle is that it should be kept togeth-
er by mutual concessions, aiid reciprocal
.interchange, ian mystery.
This feature in the Constitution is mani-
feet from the fact that any impendio or
threatening danger to the mutual and fra-
ternalunderstanding, between the several
States, meets the universal condemnation
of wise or thinking me
Thus when it as sneen data class of
liticians at the north, first directed their
attention to the now, grentand all absorb-
Ing topic, of hostility to a feature in the
politifD BLMIAB CF8 port DD of the Union,
the movement met with the prompt and
severe consume of the wise and pru out
run of all anes, clus shou dI

The Ovet*t-act of Treason.
This argument, or rather hips, was
thrown ontat Norfolk by Douglas, and Eae
ever since, been in the months of those who
like him, are too ambitious for their Cound
try'sgood. They use it with much pppa.
rent self importance, and over weening
knowledge ofthings generally.
We have been puzzling our brain some.
what, to. find out Any posability of the
President's committing Treason, and up to
this day are still at a loss, to all intents
and purposes, to make out a case. We
have concluded that, the Preilident of the
United States can commit no treason-that
it la an oil--a =, which he canisot, by any
possibility perpetrate.
But for the sake of argument, suppose
he could cognit treason, would it be wise
inestowskishixtilithad been committed?
Suppoho the act done, lend full and ample
evidence to prove it conclusively, how are
we to try the Pro dent of the LiDited
Santas, in order to hang him, on high us the
Ingmians hung John Brunn?
allin order to ger b.m out of the of-

profits of praits*rim, dy r.LSouthera
sm@e me Id equally and com
petition ofsettlement in (1e common ter
rizones by the eithdras of shree Ente..
It swpelsall further adminica of new

at 4 negia v us

denied rats dition of murderers anS mar
noders and other alone in weral othe is
It has caused and shieldede mug
of masteraorkirners in pun

Its fused toprevent-or puitish by
Slare anshorisy the spoliation ofelave proP
erty, but, on the corwary, it has inade it
orkmnal offence in the c hehns Uf seve
ea o3perty. nion
R has adsolated negm equality, and
hms it th nod of posiuse legislation
ete pro7ectionate e are properby
Ten th b seas, imd has justified piracy
itself in the case of the 04e.
It has 3ceps n our midst emissaries o
incendiarian to corru'pt our slaves and in
dricethesetoran gff or excite them to

a MI ouno f slave property
be a systeon of what is called **underground
r.Thand,"andhas made its tenure so pr,"
various in she border slave States na nearb
as d rd a o6fan i a
unnuis command upon Virginia and Ken.

h is ineessantly soattering firebrands of
Ary-sppala in our midst.
* *

But we can shoir more abraelusive er"
many,.f a 1.0 needed, ind ed. to eelabush
the pant so new. Dy r..ferance to EI'
debates in the Federal I.bove ntion, wheel'
adopted our present Consmut;po, wefin.d
tifat, nashe.1, use9queestion f power to

Union was raised by Mr. Randolph and
deessively refused. This power was asked
for in th? following clause: .
"And to call forth the force of the
nia, agatinstua rmembat sh edu

(1 Ellion Deb. 180.)
We might be content to rest here irr the

inoestigationot brt8haubject, utbwe wiH
shadow of doubt, that no constitutional
right exists for the employment of force
against a Seceding State, by the General
We refer to the powers of the General
Government over the militia; by a careful
examinationofthisbranchof the subject
it will be soon that, it possesses no control
over any greater number of the military'
than are in the employ of the Goversi-
ment, and engaged in actual service; the

n an trlo of b Sc under such rules and regulation.,, as the
may, sts rise usedium of that
Jul Leg;alaturks.,,

or that, we don't argue that force any n..t
be used to coerce a Beced ag State.into the
n on. I hm ly see ag de

e men oragent ofthe Statests
slo so

mn aded ea mln
when 11ey feel a <:.:r am degree of safety
in dying so., encourag d by divisions
among ourselves or other circumstances to

m6e itubeamio w lebe & i 8sauce

b 5 a d f
Juation of the Supreme Courr, who is so
pres do at the trial, shonId the his ee be
v t he So I dis-
am so posi e, otEoe.nnec\ ex e two

Black Republicans? The South is in the
majority. We are hopelessly so. Now
bow is Mr. Lincoln tobe gotten out of the
Presidency, to be tried for Treason, if he
couldeommit, treason, even as an individu-
We cannot see any possible mode by
which this could be accomplished, unlessit
beby REGULATING him. When we
reflect upon the many powers by which he
is surrounded, this too, would seem im-
practicable, as well as a violent and uncon-
stitutional proceeding. The chances are
that, Lincoln would come nearer hanging
those who attempted it than otherwise.
The plain and logical conclusion is, that
should the Southern States all permit
Lincoln to be inaugarated, without acting,
the fig is up. We may as well consent to
the change, which the majority has eno-
needed ip making, in the Constitution
without anr consent, and live under it, as

sk k ga e 1ob ee
qkills as, at the Hallus be.x, th
Wanar.s trand, .n our Parlors and at our
___ ___ __ __
'[his would be a mostwnpleasaoL whomly
tion, and all brought abum by

us oa e nhno a
andin one instance, by Mr. Enchanan
himself Are the councils of such a man
M nedi ti ro Lto

mit an act, which he cannot, and if he
cookg we could not possibly parish? We

.Tud6g 2ntos h a
whi l d tl b h

rold for sep alse tt s
to mwrrow. H adta ewsei
coolident of the hlhary .co-)operatiOn ~o.albe
entire South. in oease South ('rrolina -would
80:. promplly, and of every member of the
anveoio nose ar n far instant seces-

received by his hearers with loud applause.

ly called for, and is now addressing the as-
semblage in one of his happiest efforts in
favorofimdaeSaecto. Hs
speech is received with the wildest enthn-

ea inhabitant de o eele o
stirring a time.

blen of this city yesterday resolvedlthat the
Governor be requested to call a session of
the Legislature. Thbleokdeiwrn

Pettus has issued a proclamation cne-
ing the Legislature of Missisappionhe
~26th inst.

u~ry C]onrems.n is in eerslon.Thale-

in favor of secessi~on,

strHn rE mH anpe seew. Bmuet~d n h
rightofsecession,and the duty of~ teht
Southern States to sdtistin thatrgh.Be

boldlyannonned toanitton

conflict the heads of two Federal troops
abould atone for the outrage on orSae
S o v e r e i g n t t e s i i r i i .

timent here is decidedly in favo~r of a .-,

ri h, ad takdi n shin rletsonTet ion
the greatest admiration for the gallant
bearing of the noble little Palmetto State.
If the worst, Virgiasiawill never permit a
hostile foe to cross her borders to invade
her Southern sisters. We h is lw
is strneck, whether Virginia secedes or not,
there will be thousands of chivalrio sons to
rush to the as~i.coanc of -their SaouherriI

of balsood deftendig SoTher oarig nd o
Sothe rndra honor. mn wr

c y passe recen y, between t ese

A despatoTdr p ola, Florida, otlemen.8e ee on
dated Nov. 6, says: "Hon. MaQTJEEN well for the United States Judge to be our
Malaross, Federal Judge of Florida, is Friend. Meaning to convey the idea to
incorruptible. Florida is sound. Judge Judge McIntoish not to allow an opportu-
Mcluross of the Federal Bench, will not nity for the appointment of a successor
hold oilice under Lincolo. Florida will who tight be opposed to Sesession/
not su far bg place filled by a traitor. We fully concur in the adviceandopin'
Judge Melarons is the soundest man con- son of tvir. GArat, upon this subject, and
nected distgthe Federal jude..iary in the do not believe there is a particle of reason
South. His nur.chinents are of the highest tb suPliose that, he meditates acting in op-
order. A speech was extorted from him .nmen to the Secession of Florida, with
lastbight. It was a glorious one." intention or wish of becoming a Uni-
ted States Senator, as is stated by those in
TheFloridianand JORrnal, thiaCity who no dotibt speak and not,
This sheet comes to us iin no entirely under existing Circumstaqps, from very
new drsee greatly enlargaziand very much questibnable motives.
improved. h will be remembled that ma-rae f loration
I.bie paper and all its fixtures were de- Telegraplue Correspondersa 3.
ptroyed, no great length of time since, by The following correspondence betWeen
fire. Mr. DYKE has been north and pur Judg chased new material, and now issues on" agd Bon. G. W. Call, has been handed a
of the largest, as well*as one of the very folpublicanon, andivill be read with much
test Southern Righla Papers in the IState* interest
We take agpleasurs in contributingeur AP Nov. 1
testimoil jhis mErit, andarish our neigh- ALACHICOLA, @ 800.
bors Mesark satvor and DTKz a widely G. W. Call-Franklin gives two twenty
extended and remunerative circulation 8ve (225) majority for Brookinudge. Lin"
n. coln biling elected Ishall resign, and advo.
The Need for southern cotton. case necession. The West will go for it.
Late statistics of British indnetrialenter. What say you? Auswer.
prise show that five millions of persons are yE}YoQUERNNIolNTOSH.
a orted in England by ston that thir R)TANDINA, OT. 9, 1860-
upp co ; ty Judge Mclutosh-Don't reargn. The
million spiodles are employed in the pro- State will secede beyond a doubt, but it is
duction of the yarnal and that the capital well for the U. 8. Judge to be our friend
absorbed exceeds $750,000,000, Four-Afthe G. W.. GALL*
of the cotton enusumed in England *-
(800,000,000 pounds) is American; 130,. ALMAus-FLORIDA--GEORGIA-
000,000 pounds came from .other foreign Sourn OAnoun,-A friend has called
connedes, while only 8 per cent. (80,0%0,- our attention to the initials A. P. G. 8. C.,
L 0 unde)Dare ee red froth British Go e in A 8' I

UN~-AT (

. OF A.

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SATURDAY,NtOV, 24,1860'

agr- JAMEs BUni ]Ca Of Palatka, Pa,8 !



Florida to Re d#/
FLORIDA Its 86.491.-.\ leller from
Goy. Perry, of Florida, to Gov. Gist, of
South Qarolina, informs him that Florida
is ready to call a Convention as soon as it is
known thatemajorityofthe electoral vote
are for Lincoln-
Doings at the State Capital. ~
CoxuunrA, November 14.-11} P. M.
-The most magnificent torohlight demon-
stration ever known in this part of the
State, came off here to-atght. Six lian-
dred Minute Men paraded, in addition to
all the volunteer and fire companies. The
scene was truly grand, and the popular en-
thusiasm rose to the highest pitch.
After marching through the principal
streets, the procession halted in front at
the Congaree House. The crowd at this
point must have numbered as least six
thousand persons.
Illin. James L. Orr made a speech de,
fining his political postion. He said tha'
ran years ago be could not believe to the
doesnne of State Secession, but the now
he had becomen convert so that very prin-



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a A. B. C. Will appear in our next.

Equality in the Union and
- Nothing LeSB. *
. .
Those who complain at the position of
the ExAniNEn, upon the subject of South-
ern Rights, will find that we have taken it
- advisedly. They will also find that sinch
has been our position from the beginning,
and the necesslyfor a United and Inde.
pendentSouthernPressfarabove pander-
ing to any influence which would suggest a
tame submission to the' co. Luke of our
rights, la becoming daily more essential to
our safety.
It is a matter of peculiar satisfaction to
f ourselfto witness the great unanimity of
the Southern Press upon this point, and
therapiditywith which the thought and
sensument causined in our caption, is be-
sug scan J upon ly the masses.
We predict aba abe day is not far dis-
at when there will not be a solitary ex-
option among individuals to this rule, and
if here abould one, w n we

to leave a Country against whose dearge
rightshe dare make oken resurance.
yo fliose gMilleTneill who arts [ifIII. Tis
of complaining at our anyfug anything
disrespectfai or rash in Aference to the
Mr e pl jmin d albush

plainly that we shall continue in the
coursewe have been pursuing. And we
myfudrho t enwMunts

dare preach submissionto further injustice
for thesake of the Union, mil be hanged
as highs Haman, and we caution those
gentlemen, wner in y sha6possibliloin

distant, wheir such talk will be punished
as treason, abd it is not improbable, some

ae emm o no to ro odTth
the Southern People are in eArnest.

The COBt to the South of this
Gloriods Un ion.
We place before our readers a few of
the most prominent items of cost that they
contribute to the Northern States, for
which>hey receiving return abuse, as well
as threatsof A most degrading character,
and afaithless administration df the Gov.
Bonnties on Fisheries per anum 1111500,000.
canon.a per ad eed as go M. to;

press n uses.a was li e.
Prosits otshipping ooooooo.
Prometrom Travellers qu,0..u,6.1,
Proste ofTeachers Bouth sent North 4 ouu.,,,,,i
mosts of Agents, Brojeers. to. 10,ooooos
Capitaldrawnfrom theteouth 80,000,000.

Totalikom these sources 8281500,000.
Twobundred andthirtyone millioqu Sve
hundred thousand of Boathern Industry
contributed to swell the coffessof the inso-
lent North that tells us we cannot be
equal to them, as we tolerate slavery,
while the very rascals that abuse us are
clothed in the habiliments of out slave la-
bor--the shirts on their backs, are of the
labor of Slaves.
Let the Southern people withdraw this
aid from them but for a season, and our
ears will bdeatured withthe deafening
howl of starring operators, and dispodit.
e&epenalators. We may songdently anti.
wipate seeing their atreela obuked with

w e&band AA palaces the habitalsons of

r -.- -ss,-
t, has invaded a terrnory by arms
finished by Emigrant Aid Societies, mi.

b le n aby fu n
Itbasinvadell Virginia and.ahed the
blood6f our citizens on her own soil*

the raid of John Brown; and has canonized
the felans themselvesas saints of martyr-

& o t i no a

It baeproclaimedto the slaves the hor-

Id a
Ithes pub shed iteplaufor the Abolition
ofslavery every where. To rescue slaves
at all hazards-form assoeisticos-to es-
tablish presses-touse the votesqd ballot-
tornise man Mitary eqtupments....

ena non-slowa educomdpanie
them from slaveholdersin slave States-to
communicate withthealayes-toencourage
anti elavery emigrants to the South and
W to sense other prohpertytof state-

me off heir a co-to force an a
by 11 meanezeispecially by limitingfp
singandfrowningupon slavery in every
mode and form, ad Boally by the Execn-
tire, by Congress, by the poslal service,
di h Hunt or a don a
to their fate, andworn dowo, shall be com-
pelled tosurrowler and emanaigate their*
Is base the decisions of the

a assails as from the pulpit, the press,
in the school room. It divides all sects
and religions as well- as parties It de-
nounces slaveholders as degraded by the
lowest immeralifice, insults them in every
form, and holds them up to the scorn of

an hassirea as orig on cete8 t
Federal as well is State judigiary, has a
.large majority of the House ofRepresenta-
tives of the Congress of the United States,
willsood isave, bytheseweensus, amajort-
ty of the Senate, and before it obtains the
Senate elirtainly will obtain the chief
Executive power of the United States.

ak t oin dp asehe toM
wells Territoriceand Distriefs, and other
places coded. *Antl
It has proclaimed an airre rdessible con-

uti li er law whis the eral gn-

r see ]
For the benefit of those among as wk

bbl f et r wron i
demanding their just rights of the Govera-
ment noder the Goostitution-and who se>
the Southergedple as plainly as theydarer
that the coming of the Blick Bapabba
r nto power will not hamb* of ye

froin this New kes oress. Lebot
men of ATabama and the South who ex-
pect to live and rear their children upon the
soil, read attentively and ponder well.. The

m a ongA 5 -elliepubli
Ohio, is the notorious H. G. Blake, the
moverof the following preamble and rest-
lation in the House of Representatives, last

elps A arch 6, lo8b5greastonal Secord, Mon-

whereas, she chattelising of humanity.
and the holding of persons as property, is
contr:ars le the natural justice and the
fundadental prmalples of on: political syn-
am, and is notoriously a reproach to our
country throughout thee vilized world autV

g a nauous o a

fadiciary be and the sam
structed a inue he expediency at

hu ]Td' D F -
on e su goes ,

Now, mark first, th co$I blooded, sti
roeious, San-'Domingo-like chiraeter of this
preamble and resolution; and second, the
portentous fact that it. received the votes
of a xty Black Republican mothers of

Ortmons as WASHINGTON.-MOmie-
ron" writes to the New York Comserdeal
The States which willbethe most prompt
to second the disunion movementeofSouth
Carolina and Alabama, will be Missiesippi,
Texas and Georgia. Some of these States
--at least so it is said-will not be
represented in the United States Senate od
the 4th of March next, when Mr. Linco's
willcallthatbodytogether. Thereforehe
will have no opposition to his nominat:sage
TeXRS is more determined, sooording to
Senator Wigrall.ppon secession, than .4 y
other Southern State. .That Senator Use
.ressed hdeterminst a not oto resume

tion Little dispagition' is us nifested a
BMessin s.dden.coDbasc 8tn es)
But e Sh*3uld b to part with Texasp
ent-se aim weald ages to mine New Mexi o
and Arizona along with her, aind pay back
those ten or fifteen millious,

ten b n no ed in- ,
eam. Ileexpectato be obliged to meet
the qugion under his Administration.

el sunsOob8menhduofiend i
great dillieulty in persuading him that the
government is indatiger of dissolution.
The.Presidentosenet be brought to believe

fa sa 4 Wh te7
Geore on she p >;ur of some very rash
acle is simust orli. irdly reported that a
strougand e movement is ab tth

Cotton Staba also, it is reported, are about
to make decisisedemonstraious against the
"hated ITnion."
The President has undonkted, as I alik
led to believe, spade up his own and w &
to do and what not to do, in the event of a
fanatical attempt assecessipa. He will.not
make kdown his deaniorf at presour, foi
there is no call for it. He bus not any
doubt that the quwar.ionif made staligwill
be made while he so in oilice, and that he
will have to meet it.
Of Line CabineE, upda the oldGioB 0 10*
colo. But it la nonalikel thasMr. Cobb
1 BY Th o
made by his Santa. Boaretary Thompsom
la in the same estepry.

whole number of federel troops, from MAry-
land to Florida, so less chan one thoulddil;
tive hundred are in the artillery soheol' of
Fors Monroe-therest being a fewooast&rd .
companies, three of them at Fort Moultrie,,
as Charlesson harbor. Nearly the entire vi
military force is employed, at present, weso
4 the Missiassppinver.

Mona Votournas.-Every mail brings
tenders from volunteers co South Carolina,
13altimore otTers a company of us hundred
dren, Neir Jersey live hundred, and indi.
vidual appicauens for military appoint-
ments are numberlem.-Columble South

SEPARATION 2- 0 Apeall of One VieW
alone. A used South withdrawing from
the Union would giv1 pdhoe,:age and
p e y. esta (Gwould D

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.OY t lote.
The following realspitulation of the out.
rages and aggreedone of the North against
the South, and the equality of di '
and the federal parity of the so
given by ITunr A Wzss: .. .
It obtained its own compromise to the
Constitution to continue the importation of
slaves, utid now sets up a law higher than
the Constitution to r.1,olish property in
stares o ib Id tqis neighbe al set-

(;16 1 ore thaT f a ter ite so-
a m Emee. r.v. ~
lu]t;setwedippon Texas North 86 deg. 30
n:ia., said served out of Texas 44,000
square miles of slave territory South 80
deg. 80inxp-

bynamined upon a Ae terrd acquined
pfited shire lab r of the privife of oper"
stinginthe wealthiest stees of earsh-
the gold mines of California.
It had bribed a slave State with ten
milbr.s of common funds so sanction a
prohibnion efsinvery in New Mexiao.
In claipes so abolish .elavery so the.di
triers,'$r.He, praenale, dockyardernedrother
ear the U Sta a


(Formly H. ?, DMGE4Alf,)
56, STBOWERY.New York,
This earablushment is sh stories to height, and
....<.24 tr ea sureasgb ro No. 66 Chrissiostreet,
marung is one of use

in [be Chured $Unles.
to a .1 o on rt a T
Their Stock conelsts, in part, of
and Indat
Also, CAxa and WooD thin work, all quali-
ties; HAm, Russ and grouse Harrassues, a
large stock; Examssman Gasses Fansuses
i sets, fron0)22 to $100.
.Tenny Lind and ExtensIom Post
BedstendsP .
6 for wide, especidly fortheSoutherbTrade.
abs n."canufabr n..r.unctuaring day mess-

4-- a Go OR%
March ur-1800 Sm.

r reasonesses so rars thenar. Iraq.v.
'EArs coMWOUT OF THEIR HMgg Tothia

"O Est, Rossah,&a. Zztannian-
sp ,, M :
"Coster's" Bed.-bug'llisterminator.
"Costal''a" lillectrio Powder,2fortles.
so e.
Rafa---Roaches-Mice-Moledonn& 3fies-
Bod Bugs--Ants-Mol Mosquitoon- 16s
-Traseeia on Pi sitio. Towls, Animals, &c., e.-
to abors. everysurm and speelead

10 Years established in New York Gky-ased
by the the City Post-Oflice-the City Trisoner x
ad Station House---the City Steamers, Ships
&o.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. MakeR"
to.-anit by more than 20,000 private fami-

igip- Bruggists and R Most everwhere self
leanlo Agen a in .11 sk4 Isrge Cittiss

13 w asis 1 1 of spianous
age Ad-ire..aunde- rt.,r Guenterto Day
I 0 sons p a 1.@ al)

av n...can.
M sy 16:10. Em.

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The East Florldlan of the 14th inst.,
says-"TheRightReverend Bishop 8ut-

ning in St. Peters Church, before a large
audience. We were glad to observe the
reverend gentleman in the possession of
ezoellent health.


n of obve bere ---The repress stative
in view of the prpspectipe separation of one
or more of the Southern States from the
present Confederacy, has made such pro
positions in advance for 611* establishment
of those relatiODe between it and the Gov
ernment about to be established in this
State, as will insure a future supply of Cot"
ten for that power, which their growing
wants for that article will in the future re-
quire, This information is perfectly au.
thentic Solath Carolssian
"We feel at liberty to state now, publicly
says due Monmenerry Mail, Ra remark
made b us a II R Kl 4111 EL in;arn

tes our"remnak that South Carolina would
certain 40 the eleaders of Larsado.
ion ofan

del d Thegate powers reve)rt a power to
The Reargnationwin the South,
W.48BING roN, N abiar "J -TI.u Presi-
denthredeserturn.-drson., 611the wr.erse-
cies occasioned by thei resignation of the
Federal office-holdera in South Carolina for
the present. Ensure events will direct his
course la this respect. His position in
spference to other Southern States will be
the same*

GOING.TO BAVANNAH.-We have relia-
ble information that some conservative
business men of New York are renting
houses in Savannah, Ga. This is probably
in view of the almost certainty that the
south will hereafter import goods direct
from Europe insteisd of through Northern
ports.-Jlfonigomery Afend.


DIED in this Gity on the 19th inst.,
Mr. JOHN TREI, a native of this place,
age 72 ears
DIED, in this City on the 20th inst.,
dau ter of WILIrix and PotosrA R.

d moth r >e7 o ar toweep,
Andlay this solac n sh art---

grad beara la scr b hand;. r
Then, parents, eh4ci tail -ri.-<, ,le*,

donoesynztheAhniegld wm;
And he will heal the wounded still.

my *
d tateof SARAH
Asp ... pE MkdmEsJohn's County,
deceased, we r uired to makeAiandm inte pay-

m tng aimeagaid dEstate are r do
noot pl rno heirp ateenrthis
Nov. 24 188(e. NNAM. DUMMO TT.

Notice. -

IX months after date I shall apply to the
JudgochPratreof8 hinsuntyFlori-

to eeafeMOSES E. LEVY late of said County


ras wia i

by lien ein. W en he loa result
is eahe w rca wll tuat te ot in
each ~ ~ 9 Diiino h Sae n h umer
containtag itaoldb rsevdfr fu-
ture~4( reernc'
Goeror Conres 4


TITHIFREAB a young men named CHARLE8
7 V ALLEN SPERRY, my Apprentice, has
zaba rued 4 ad I m me ad EmS1 or hd *
tinic, or allowing him to inent any liabilitsonin
my ra.n.e. sha II cla.m any of his earn-
age from ana aner an ada


SA U PI dete eaEe gene
ad 11 eers tee{ i not e

eyouo no opre ntbthepm
b bar of their paym IAM STARLING,

oct. 18, 1800. Administ tor^


PPLICATION will be made to the next
A General Assembly of Plorida, for a char-
her of a Company to facilitate the Exporting
to and Importing from Foreign countries, under
themn of 8ho southern Export and Import

E have one of the greatestouriosities and
world, fmost alhuable invollons no ee oe
Fullparticulars seat rnam.
Nov, W & CLARK, Biddeford, 8%ine 1

f l"he Puren lumi.e;nal Agent ever known.)
Irasiurnambeditle e>mur.ur.,rya StatalanlVare,
IIBailthful read havig..relrshg. At Use same time 8
mild,1-everage. Leiscalculated to do
rsway w.ib al.e w.I.: .irugged stuf thst is palmed
..if .n use no.1pundanna fr.eddhiestottletertificates
b di, he has received a8Diploma from the
ditfonal testimony from DR. JACKSON, ofBos-
too, who testifies under oath to its absolute
Philadelphi k1%ept. 9th, 1858
We have carefully tested the sample of Ches.
nut Grove Whiskey which you sent us and find
thatit containanone of the Poisonous Substance
known as Fusil Oil, which is the characteristic
and injurious ingredient of the whiskeys in
general use.
New YArnalytica),Chemists.
I have analyzed a sample, So dartt1 ye
Whiskey, receivedfrom Mr. Charles Wharton,
kr., of Philadelplus, and having carefully tested
it, I am pleased to state that it is entirely free
from poisonous or deleterious substances. It
is an unusually pure and fine flavored quality of
Boston, March 7th, 1859
Iharp madeachemical analysis of comer.
samples of Chesnut Grove Whiskey, which
p es tobe free from the heavy Fusil Oils, and
savor r th isYhi y He $m sTo e
used in manufacturing it. Respectfully.
A. A. 11AYES, M. I Seal. .1 yer,

for Sale by ON n

116 Woolnut Bt, Philadel

ThePersian FeverObarm.
For the prevention and care ..r Fere .
Ague and Bilious Fevers. I I..s ... udert
medy was broughtto the kn -= It ig of
sent proprietors try a friend w rs. .. .- t.: na gre
traveler in Persia and the Holy Land*
hiledgoingdown the ri r Aqdirate=r. hee.e
on discovering his condition, one <1 the Deal,
Teje otki dh o wi IntoA%1 u.'p M-
a sexperi cedni dia reliefadh since
n 8h t ggti ra ul'o dd

287" d n
fromhimdt e ciP IPhua o rand
of which i was compounded. The wonderful
Vi t thhatiindedhe al*
lb heal g powers o ei Pr sh abeen tried
i -ni am ...Idl.... a

having ...m. sp e.n ur it .... Mr nundreaso'
fan ra cr an dr*
all be in a ty r..J. prepaid, wuk full
di rione r.>r m.. on r. gt ne all ar
Principal Depot and Manufactory 188 Main
$,""tt,"', "'"oj] ,da a or com
actis or i.cox a e.
July141860 ^7*


IR CVery 00HBty Of the United

,engage in the sale of some of r he 1 it an1
n instread ).4.1 [.018
or ws. R.nner pb
var unsl ad no a q< anary

of y Ho een Id tt r on nd industrious
habits, this business oFers an opportunity for
profitable employment soldomto be met with.
$100 Persons desiring to act as agents will
ree" Comptlyby mailfullparticulare, terms,
LE Y, QETZ & Co., .Publishere,
No. 224 North Second street, Philadelphia.

N Boze Polives ca rsch s, us

so atbJeny re erruiti es t ,

rt ggg
00 Base for Hominy. Cow Pgar for able
NY 17. B E. CARR.


The CharleSt0B Etftilff*

world. Its special correspondent furnish by
six pr=.>.7,.g. >ag..= v goge-se
great cities ofEurope and America.
The NeWS Of the South receives

18p00181 RitellHOR,
Politically, the Mailadidrepraisents the States
Rights enisatancetelemen ,at ina a n
their security,
Daily Mercury, 1 yepr in advance; $10,00
Tri-Weekly ** ** 6 00
No paper sent unless the cash accompanies the
order. R B. RRETT, jr.,
Nov. 10 1860 Charleston S. C.



doorefrom ths it. Nicholas Hotel. -
TheStereescope isthe thost instrtletivem-
teresti gne ereeinin8g, amusing, and exelting
son. ar. con venna, .... con es, now too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to seknow-
ledge its worth and beauty.
anNS me isteemoplete wihhotit it, and it must
we d senitat lfrialdend ti
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Afrzes, America, in search of the
and and thekbeautifu ha dthe resoul of their
We have an immense variety of paper Views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, Bootland,
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Ji'ontainbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, Indist sal
Palace--also Groupe Hisforicakamusing, mar"
riage scenes, breakfast scenes, pio-nics, state-
ary, ke., to. An exquisite assortment of Illu.
minated Interiors of Palaces, Churches, and
attention man, tal .ass.. The ref

>}=gry gentleman of wealth and relania taste
I.Is drawing room some of mar

pe, a Natin.
Eg can be Iraore fitarusseing, one can oiler
no grealer arral so a friend for.4, of she piern.
ACILiness J LInlaulan@0iza St.veoscope Laws
are re.e lan,< n..,r..graphie wonder They a.e
taka. m als.- f.:.rin th.4-ars ..fa second, and eresp
thing no matter how rapidly it may be moving
latepittedes.1,,.velya.misain.myania.r has
been perfecily c.t user (tri, give airadminional
value, for to use to.unr., a ..( anarnmore n..I.are a
adds the clu...a .,i lan. and in wh o ine pan-
cessis a dis ..w.:ri ..1 .,ur own, and bean{, .xt.-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Par1s large orders for Authony's Instantaneous
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other things we have Just published
Stereoscopic mustrations of the Boene of the
Pulton Street Prayer Meetings, in which many
hearts feel an interest. The particulars of this
will be found in our catalogue.
bur catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded Lo any address onreceilit of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us 58, 55, $10,
$15, 20, t$ 5 en have a good instrument
En press. p es as eypy request, by
Views alone, (without instrument) can be
sent by mail.
Parties who wish to be advise&of everything
really valuAble in the line that comes ut. may
send us their names to place on reco and ws
will keep th posted at our own expense.
fa at andedirh 1 P 2 em a
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything
necessary for their success together with in-
structious "How to take8tereoscopicPictures."
r aenrdo e e oPchop grf@
Alip Merchants from every section in the
county are supierrolly ass ed to make an ex-

.r el rst Le
n ..da pr.ut unmeanied, wh price
ifar. 3: 4m

.r.,i ..
6 0 LDL 0 0 1E T 8!

St. IIgil5tune, ,,
$. $. PHY, FTO ?1040?.
HE Bubscriber has the pleasure to announce
that his establishment has.recently un.
dergone improvements calaplated to render it
at Tre necee Ele to thde nunf ingues
renage as well as peculiarly attractive to new-
on suing the Summer Months alterations said
additions have beenmade materially increasing
the capacity and conveniences of the house.
Within the last few weeke the Proprietor has
ul-nia ed aH bhe mome houlu % anddnt-
selected by himself in the City of }Tell/ York
without regard to expense and with a view to
render the **FLORIDA HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS,
The FLORIDA HOUSE is most advantysousy,
ly situate enjoying a central location the
Oity, ana at the same time commanding all
desirable retirement, as well as exemption frong
t-leak wands in winter. The roonia are large
arri pr. wadest wnh Gre places, he 6..3..; ;,
wro usts m.unweander.nadfemr .rsPan.=. rd

ef.m.nen, a.s--ngs.uel prom nadeeven so
In Lhe sphol. us grounds and gardens abe war.
.ro =
The Table la unsurpassed, rendfornishellwak
all unds of game th... marker r.dor se.
[as Servants in attendance wall be found
pullet-, civil RD*I fatientire 1.3 isli CAlif.
so -s-:4,as I..a orne read inform
est ua.=ely nn i ur.rts..u.e.gly in enhance she
asr i -.1 ors.J aware was sur..I.acuon el hasquests.
Ironials.:.rrt.o use...I per r,,,gs unnea,
extended to his house, he trusts to merit its
Nov.17 1800. 8m. .

goodyounghorsefer Sale cheaR
Well broke to the daddle, eart
and other work. Enquire at this of-
fice. Nov. 17 1860.

Pillows, Hair and Mose Mattresses Bed-
steads, Bureaus Tables, Chairs Washstand,
Lamps Dining Tables, Looking Glates, Brass
ntda% 8 C d sTe8k cok g7sh a
Feathers, Hair, Mose.
Nov. 17 B. E. CARR.


N the street by a Servant a gold ring. Then
owner can obtain it by calling on.
/ G. C. GIBBS.
Nov. 18, 1860.
e' *

9 9 9
ILL leave Dr. Hartridge's Wharf, Jack.
sonville, at eight o'clock A. a M. on
Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, For Palatka
and Intermediate Landings.

MoWin lear alatka stasix Soaclock A. M. on
And connectingat Picolata with Stageik for
AuguedeenOneo'cle M.o theUp

d g ear

SUH ER laTocoi.
T. J. BRANNING Middleburg
Nov.8.1860. ly.

ORAR L RF O N, 8. O.
Picolata, Jacksonville andallLanding
on the Rivers .Fernandins Fla. Sa-
so nah Ga. .BluffonandBeas-
fort J. U.


'eWilkleave Palathaevery ifonday night at 12
olW 11An PicolataeveryTuesdakynighgat
itWillll ea sonvilleevery Tuesday align
2 H ea e Pernandina every Tuesday night at
1 owill1cles e Mavannah every Wednesday night
Willleave CharlestonB. C. Satu Oo'clock
A. 31 rday
At Palatka Fla. Monday Evenings.
Sept. 1, 1800. Sm.

Hale ,brd d hao e Y ,so
eat-steel, the other east-iron.
dot. 18, 1860, ALEX MANN.


the officialoount
tom .

M j for Hopkins,

que .e...

' I C. 1









17 9

Miloon, maj.

A Gold Pencil with Gold Pen attached,
F r $5 O O! am now p.-opued so are an my old triend.
AN A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER tr has Ancians asy and I Johns cour.= wa
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $3,00* on ry o c 0 iIr.iry

AHERT8 m aski n ac n trnosee @rs 0 n du da it\
n&c., andhfromethetr ni]oe or e sly tct e iteo w gret so sad to

Osser gets va W hzGe orDhe onq n : u a ."L" ur plarer.rsedr. All am oun
a 1-. Man ,at.* over twe ary dollars
chOcno DoutC yre to raf ewa ofocroan.

e esSeP me ane a tio to th pur s>run. an or yes

NO Eo so a soo con istingeotMFr I ored loth, a as]
we propose to let a phraos know what Pre. 'I seed Clan, Emacy ca. .uners, hadies lean,
nausah willre i before ghismemeye -lar.E.--.radies r-,F.paredand I e
abovearticles, othe In*,.s 6.0.2 us the.r numerson neer, AlenLarsaw isiankets. Negro Kersey, Men]
addressstating they want use Mrsell masts Prusts, Lauses and sust-rate 11ose, Genta
and Pen, or Loolse*, a.n-J un will make mee Mormo ur.*ler shirls, l anoy Cloake, Mourning
selection, andinformthembyreturn mail what L*el..ants, Genra Mesar, half Hose, French and
enmi th a entices wherdan eden trans mean, ws, r
eason. N**-
our phan, from long asperience:a the arseve
tassper., has stir.r. g.,ural.istiarsequn..unal. ARRIAGE GlilbE-Being a private in-
parabraser can sell or lande Lista st..ake artseles autuLor for shrried periend or Lhose
ror all ney can unn, and reton use Preassum out tobeanarried, both male and ibmal in

","if ... .aquin >.1 ..... a nz q; am ag q a.
a sm .1 .r dp anna an uoup. "",'" as, ad.a ..
rEC abrBunD &bD LI 00 & d g 0 & I J n. be b Dg r o Ae ok
ME 8 ..rTi sendforaPencilamiPen a r, nd u esp or he
orA our Premiumsarearticleasuitablefer . n n h ull r a
1.1 nd 3.,rstl 01 & Bilver Watoh- qul a obo 2 a

as ld est BRduGusert monia, e8dentptoany n eoe ( neat
fo conta, ib specie or postage stamps. Ad.
Watch Keyes d ess DA. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 d)'ARDS St
Gold Shirt Stude---plain and with settings: a oYe 4th Philadelphia. A.
Gold Boarf Pine-new style; gold Bleass igg;AFFLICTEDAND UNFORTUNATE.--
Pins, Gold Rings, &0. So, Ko master what may be your disease, before
FOR LADIES, -, a ince ourse 4 are bottay on
We have Gold Watches, Florontine, Mosaio, G & irh eign-
Stone, cameo, Garnet and coral Breast Pins a as ad r seein sh a ro& .

a arP wr &

"U p is referenies given whenever e UNr boT e no t onahy of
N. 8 -In sending your names, write the 0 ice No. 41ts Spruce 8ttees, above IMurth.
meas susy ad "fe= we plainly, so as to avoid '6' low... to.
Address, ANGLE & CO IG8 Data GumDrops Rook Candy. As< &st
102 CANAL STREET SE AprD 7-1860, M. L CAMS,


Milton teaj.


Hiltoo lonj.


Miltonig pritfoVerBOphinS,
HUto " Allen
9 '


Nov. a 1880.

FLORIDA WHJ, Sacame. Although the
East in popalertoll of Ihe 80mbern 8tales,
noneezeeed her in devotion to the rights
and interessa* Sonsh,, ap& stone wiB
.defend memo resolmely the honor and wel-
fare of the South. Her peopia are unned,

Bad the herofstfe*(dofo d na6kdlMutd

."a go. to"/", """sume num food
She State Baume bwhenever its tolds are

Im r hol eaz ththese VieWa-

111 batV dhut (Firr g
eet on a noola, we shall hoodeforth

Abm8ta o it4 T
Dissolation of the Union and the forma-
tion of a Southern Confederacy.--East
BTUDENTs ---The Southere medicalatedent.
.in New York held a meeting on Saturday

I 1 sw a ofere42 tla d ly a
ed ha hesndmes a di telT an

stand galleady by their section when the
fast Boathern State declares for secession.
There were present at the meeting repreg.
eatstives from every Southern State.

respeatua of the Daily and Weep
agr 800H WILL ]Uil THE PRO-
ofourvigy from this date, and such

O'"" "i"io'"!!... g"of
a daily paper in this city, that we Bred it a
obsubs)) necessary to cornmence the put,- O e
licauon of the DAf LY OBSERVER ON

w omA 8 I
analoudy, but respectfully, co-operate with
the Demooracy oI Florida in autunamic ,
Lhe principal of the party within its Hamin,
All Saate intersets and whatever will add
ee .,eC ty of <,ur young and growing
Theinkrestav.four boasureful and grow
ing ity all be looked after With COD5thl
disti ic2 no GT to v

teSL DOWS 01 Led y, reports of marke
and carefully matter of v.,lue and
parity for die family oisele Phil00 far
attention will be gaven to nasuerannd things
egnarring in Alakarun and Floridra.
WEElal.T ,3., 2 50
Postmasters it.r..achout the United SLabs
getine as our Agate, will ceive a can

Pensabolas Aug .'d.186 A 6 .

AT TOO)[ on he is Jol.r

Th le6P haB rearsaybeOR
bush m.u new forces had I ,s on (Le East
aide of the bt. Ohni Over All M 6 =*1 O
laim at Lhe terHursals of 0.* St
how regar.4 constrated userer.=ul ng 1. at
.0.8... Aug ne. a no dr a
/song7ei on ry Fr!says..\ 1 .will please apply to
IqPAINL, 1,4,. 1a
Bee. 10 1859.

Rye AI ackwheat.
ff ff O ffR, BUCK H.EA,1
flopg I 0-
Bealth and Happipess secured I
oliffit MEN who are suffering from the ef.
alself-abase, can be surelyandpermanen-

b 8 til'0
wass or an
A is prepared by, 4
53sas would surely ansi pern.nner.ny re..i-are to .
a Nararal Scase oi lkelan rand I age r, pe... us
usakened by uses., or ty

A ramma v asconclu so sa

11'he e

tMSerul d enc hr a n diHearefuHy, and
(abesentbymail. Onevialyrilliastamonth.

wa s AGENT
4,asanew q.

"oUACK 08ED.'
shablehMed ATrm ice disease and

For kleFu oD TO THE P OP .Cents.
onl&be read b eveagrbody.
September 1, 860. 17.

- - ~~



ottr rage or man
herri I.smits or no
a $SW

I e Tsouals.



an can verr,
j^ M 10
use 7.0 nar. Eners,
ass we nar, unt

Reliable orders fro n the Trade, b Mailor

sold bl[6PM ,
Keroseqe s also,{o be obtained at the MSn-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale Drixggists, Grocers, Camphene and Burn-
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealers in Lamps.
N. B.-ACR'OSENC is the trade-
andph of (he Kerosene Oil Co.,andall
it at re acransorted agas a using the
Oct. 15. 8m


ULR apeans form

Une, recha d tomaexe toe any orders, i hi
nehn n8dMTnalways su 8 1 a perriith
French black, blue and brown Cloths, blackDoe
81..0, su J l..ngs =. assimers, Vestings, Neck
.sa ..r.ier- m eare.s in the beautyle of work-
manehipfor cash ly.



(lift 4Lamagan 1844.)
"1": h angaritag made edt its o
now enabled to offer it toe Tradest
un o u to

Esq., ofNew York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,

30 A lV THo lv W,

.After MO to a 015 O Dr AY, two
doorsfrors the St. Nicholas Hotal.
The Stereescope is the most instructive, an
seresting, entertarmng, amussag, and excising
is i o
ledgeits worth andbeauty.
$0 home iS Complete Wi ORL it, an it mage
and will penetrate crerywhere-
It presents to your view every part of the
it pa i', r eo a
Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the

Ireland, Wales, Frnace. Belgium. Holland.
switzerland, T:4 Rhrue. Vershall 6E. ClawA'
Fontainblean, fadicram. Italy, I IIncy. EDP *
Athens, the Holy Land, Ch.r..., In.1..s, or I
a j e ISuse 68 er.. ,t. na I
ary. se so. Ar. es ass..rtment of the
rBIDared 101 Plure (si Balase ., Grahraland, faD4
cash<.irmis a E.unce, her,. as-.. to. The as
feet artisese allaussemned views to must remain- gemieman or wealth and ruined waste
onia have on tee room some of our
en gha
a wall.

BY +

(ford H. P DBORAAP,)
g. STBO ERY.15ew York,

em n u nd s h2
in the United States.
They are prepared to difer grestindatoementak
tToh 8 o 8o a ,8idnePtor C sh or Time.--+


Ah@, Calm 884 GO $BAr work, all quall-
lus: liain, Elessi and nothe MarrBE8sEd, a
i sets, from $22 to $101).
Jenny used and Extenslege Peat
6 fbel wide. especially for abo Santhera'8rads.
resear indsLeo8 Mr BadnaliACLunag defy som-


ing can mwe bd
no grencer wear 1.. a f...nd send a one p su- Ma rch 10-1600 am.
regree rand it. 1-*out lul.
==@"8 ,a ..........os ,> rain Hex Amnr.'
askeD111ElawIrinctla reshiredBlad< rf "RansB4.0MWattal.OlTHil)1LMOLABTOBill
Lhlug 80 m LI TL [ End be fau IE

gr *br Bu 0 uF male DLq
cess is a diIcovery of our owlyand heing "Costars'
known in Europe, we receive from London and "Coster's" EStRosob,64.]IixteW
Pari8 large orders for Authpay's Instantaneous $QT
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other things we have just published "Cos s"
@ t retrat nsdof 6 Seeneof the astar's Bed-bugExtagnimator
11911r ft unadni r talsh particulars of this "costar's" Electrio Powderarygy;7,
Our estologue of subjects and prices will be 'sects, &0.
forwarded to 4uy address on receipt of 15 stamp. Uli STROTS INSTANTLY

MG tesRuoadeA 3 Ms on
BApress. insegs qu, l lants, Powls, Ammals, Ae., Ages
one, (without instrument) can be. i ort, everyform and speciesof

u o w 81 to ea sedof I
send us their names to place on recor m
eo I smur Id 47hoo g most 10 Tests established in New York pity---wset
fascinating and delightful amusement. e are by the the City Post-Offsne--the City riiions
prepared to 110 out as atqpts ith ever sh and Station Ilouse--the City Steamerq, thiplic
ntrume n o ta e erEe p 1 trea." al a 1. O I

Ma rB e eo c8oTe eo a s ruggists and thtailers overw salt
Jgliip Alerghants from every anot of the sham.
country are redpectfu)17 invited to e awak- & WI,<.I.:skle Agents iq 211 the large Cities
aminalip of our stook, as our discount to the and, Towns.
To igaply A's.-Firstclass @$#**!!!IIsitans!!Iofsparious i
aisereescopicNpgatxveswaged Sy- $1,00SampleBozesanatbyMaiL
Sendby mail agript namountadwith price slip* Addyeesorders--orfer *CirmilartoDais
of auve. &ns. 1ers"so

Obeap Goods,


"'RIPE, a

rt.o PAlps. E












111st oNE PAC AGE

Dressmand country we at mas shouts keep
a to MMI m tor am
Per salsis St, A

April 14 -1930.

8118 8 8 pe p ( ID
Remedy has the Inth

geSt SRIC O RDy me-

I0 0, 000 packages
sold in Georgia and

Sp RFO inR
fourteen months. It
Is warranted to

enre, it directions
SYS fOllowed, aby
CASO Of Dyspepsia,
TRUH 100 OileFR)
Debility, Palpit.a-

ties chronic Diates
rhoea Giddines -
9 S

Opf e5Sed Spirits,
.1 OSs of Appetite,

Painha the Side and
Back. It is s ecial- *

ly adapted to Fe-
[(11) ( GOIDplRillfS;, 1,$

prOd'HOOS- ROtunds
it O FOrlH IS O*
males of a Thin, set

gy &

Every invaha
ShOH try OBy

87,WeW Yod.
r Aq
i 14-1860.
1st rariety si2 Jnforthe 1&

ainess APo r,
"l. Bou.airwa (OppniseSt.Nicholaulatel,).
as 2no s.

am now PrePared to offer to my old friends.
-e ofthisAncientcityandStJohnscountya
mps s endM use ent o0hD 4 win rdr 9

t s o jad ninely sys or


? 4. .'RA an
You have here a list of a few of my lary
sortment of goods.
DR 1 Gocag

I' al< mi.t.r lweed Chau, False; 4.h..amera, Ladies Gleta
=' **- ol al tiplor-<. I qurerland plain fJelanes,
grey hintaingr*, negro ulanslate, t.uglian Mar.-
-"***** "'-'" *** ** ****** M
tum:1. Prnears, Ladise sad nusines (Leae, Ger.Is
Nra....udes ebul.s, Fancy acess, Almerman
va. ..0.....3,,........... ,,.....
"' """"""" " '"'""*
,. amon

M "'is'.SEnOphabe eats awand ,
about to be marraud, trum use and scania. so
0:.'$:5:"':;::?,2th-'::,,t*,,*2; -
orpressnoon of oil-sprang, inclusibag sh use
new .xes.-waries never gas. in U.. x..
per sque.geby WM.Ivultu, al.M. hip
.as., savana.mand user...eing not as
.6 wroten us pMan layssage for the general
u m ra@hpeap makth
""1"" '""A"""'""'i'C' i'o'JFaq sp
book. Italsalow.acreathateveryonenhould
be acquxuated wm., aldi nus booE ass ages
be looked up und ranc he about the Masse is
ine scars, its specie or ps..Lage .Lamps. Ad-
d defu ,PNo. 4.0 senan as
7.0 nanner >.ha sc.ay be your ilanesqui, bptore
J U in.c. youravia narass. LIra care of any one
'r run.caursuianistian.KS-name or f6teign-
n au. r, 20 1.. g'PBerg a reC
.r s*, usallyd.%u s. 2 hom adua

R IOUNG can dent:aea ps.isunted an Jun put.1so.rious, at the
oth-e. No. Iluipruce neces, answpFourth.
Auguse.*fe, thou, at
lGS hares GaunDraga BeskOsady, Be. As


T*. x not
PI AltO I'Olgl'E$*
s 0 Z8BR-

(FeraserlyDubois&8tadart, andDubois,
.....'"'1 ""C'd so..,-
Cer. Sile Streer 4 4th Avenne,
Thisisaveliable planeto purchase. Orders
by letter fidthfullyexeonted, and perfect satis-
stylerandeeheduleofpraces. -
ah81-180(f, Sm,

.,,as son
$200 000
a a


'Phi pd t as Ba 1 ngs. Herahan
hold Forusture, aid 4 generall a b B Past M.
JOffN BOD President
Seareta .

Agent, St. Augaptise.

HM "2" 2 :1",::',"'""'?:

.; Broker ser.rry ignoreq*
I esh@\"

Al" Zitio" A
therar..>.. Lands of Hal. .u order to
.se Isr....unglv such a car. ry Ev thing
from a stove-pip4 down to 4, cheese, wieTBiotid
"""' """ ai...a- == -a *
Brime at al eBea er Casimer Plush agd.velvet
Plu Ugly 8 e le eaBd fil am
and Tip Top, in fact ev 7 Unag es / ,,... r,
fkoni Noah's d 7 down to o to man who
41 sys slept in 1415 him. So h IA) 01.114
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