Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: December 1, 1860
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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INPECT E, Extraordinary Love Story, her locked in his arms, hissing her and RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUBLY "SIZE
ThePersian Fe erObarm. ugling his tears with her own. But PASSEDATAPUBLICMEETING ORK8rom A LIVING."-Com.
The last number of the French Psyche when he opens his arms again, to receive OF THE CITI2iENS Oli' ST. JOHNS mend us to the girl of whom it is sneering-

E y SATURDAY A an< i s of I has a story oef a love affair which h pes ee 1 o tr rents, she sinks and KELD Al 8AUGUS- ly saidal ys sourrest find he ain her

e a II feenagrea les, but will hardly be credited by persons She was dead! dead well surprise and a true woman--'a real lady True, we are
e St. Obn'sCo.zFla5 hiegoingdownthe AverEuphrates, heex- who do not believe in supernatural appari- happiness!dead without uttering one E A Timdeconstitution of the not prepared to goe a mincing step---a

w wor owe ibbere is the story in as without heaving one s is bee 1 o e ih le n se are oa
S it ANDREU e i omdhxfo awi intouch you." T. a change 3- in a w uriositie Vital Statistics. not be infringed." ep balls and young men the new novels and
OPRIETOR. though incredulons as to its virtues: he complical, family of na As The people of St. the next party-no, no; but are prepar-
v.u.urperiaeelinan- tiatorelief.antlinia since an orphan frn' The stati-t tAles of the present com- John's ('andy has ..n to b.1,<.2 id to hear the sound words d
als..).0....]... int.=ud [. re.=i-sts in E. <.11 Las clad.]1,.,...3, ),,ad [,,,,==1 brou:Int up 'st jus red g; a gh,:,4, ag,, ,s e.,atory .412.:..w that thru .ed per .:.4 insu g ease,
F ditiBSOP.IPTION: ',", '",, ,aa. n 1. 12..<,] al. a no under's whh Laba.ausin winue beautysweet- hat Inuanan ine sunpros.....marisg..>w- f..us the ag,;. sure aninge ecoaur bw... q as
rs..ars.......u ratt.e..i ..arts, sumsp war I nesistand gr.ucs' ever fal..d Lu produced longer. Fla.n the reconds of do.nbs enormonmours of.s uses
,ARSPERANNU ,a.3that,.<,..1.2 nor1,. .aura at 'astingsmresason nsit ., -- -
Placess or he pun. .come 9 as d T. reone r- a ., ge of like II.-3pit You who are looking Isr ir ea and coin-
v ADv.. ver, was - a q E a rious ages has been anada, and is Ltd 6.9 oad whereas we Inne..Jdaron..l. ta b.: pass.>as, turn from rise that.ionable, fasy,

RBhis W 11 he irsported isDLLO Tanas it dilelul"rl 9 pre sm all- fal Stil didling ( Ad[ 0 Efies 11, who had the 1.1< in urance ec.anpsales in b*.au,.* their **-, E us 11 aba as ..I an 11 t' ina.a.-bly'garls, c.u.1 .s..1,.:E one iman those
**I vb.cL.11 us..A c..rq..urle] in. I GE**'. Win I..:r intle so.* do.:1..ry, 8 rates of insurarief. "In*? raortably a co, sk-.ro a .3 .1 1 1 LI ami)LN th. who work lur as innate, a...] nevermur
square, of and hDG fan VI st *I I... 1. I. rturr *I 1890 fuli80 fileply 10 34*? WI[1 8140 IB IB& gre][ IEs liefuDt.), lislat the pre.g.-st of 1.1, I 1** *4 & *-Cu lected up.. ris so..i 10. al-win you repe=ur ..,ar el.v.net -
a -i....co.. o loan if on-- -p.... r t... .:..I [angrealian. N-.-l was in? love asse- ..s she fuel p*er is co.up.arsalaily email- ,j , ,, ,gy,,,,,,j ,,,. 1,.-0 wauL Abubsubtul Ill.ald, and DOS a
sa .Is.all la, lin.ned so anne 8.. to ..... e.. .il L I Imit..3, for, who a list (FOnaf base (v1se, ,1; [La." LB*] *FOld av( Jud Red filid bu ......s .11.....a s ,, 4.11, .. Helpmale, and use a helpent; a
r All carnor.. ..1 ( E. L I 51..:,].: a 1...1, 4.111. 11.0 e... --.at of le.r IL*****, rise ps.:-q..:..t ..r 1 Ir[} three y..i.8 more, at ad the tst....L As. 00005-11..4, .aDd IIll A blassy add. uu
r a..../ Assy a .rs.s . *r 1. .. ly, II.ur II, or sa.manag a -:...1.1 bite pis.:j [Ia.; ad ..I 10<* es.:.....nd J.,,r whip ,;,-[ar .. ... ....nit, anJ.u risay u-.=1 ts. ..[.Ie 1.3 cmanya platio lato your




aing r .Jun ... r..r no .gi 1 . ... ,, ut -st 10.**35*: Little who* he w as caref usa, .,ruse I i.e L..ble to.:I..w u.r..ca va stau e .... ,,, ,,,....,as, ., c.e..8.a 8...0, a slu.alal-* paper if you can-
5 m a cle a (.r till'.1 ... .IL 4 It rain.. ,,-, on .etl err. 0 unit : 1. rn o and ,roftable employment seldom to be met with the 1, datin-risles. 1, seein before insurance, were included, the chances of Inay defend, otherwise Ttempt to foster, or Ing her father's stoukings or Carding wool
ir unit n u gip- Persons desiring to act oA agents will poor gir g life would be thirty per cent. better. The .,.., a. .raciples among us, as are to spin! 1Yould not her co anions

7, tense, her nothing bn a complete bl uk, I ol ifferetwe is in fareof the security of the a a id ea rr me on8dome od B
e ( N,. Jr ...1 c. I am.1..1,is,,.. 1 1 a i st from the world, !Ti .goal a inferease orpopulation, the on 651 hat in the event of the re- the man who chooses for his wife from

t ird pa/ t r- PAINTS AND OILS. in vain her parents tried to dissade her singular fact is presented in the life tables commendation, by the Executivreof the State of despised girls "Who work for a living." 7
ontainmg 16,000 acres mare li oluti all 11 that where there are only four children Florids, to the General Assembly, of a call by
county granted to Samuel LINSERD QIL, White Lead, Turpeutine, from t at res on; eir entreaty> born to each family, the population remains that body of a convention of the people, to con-
ay of July 1813and caniirm- Zinc Paint, Black Lead, Irethovage, Glass, their misery, their tears, could not induce sider the propriety of the Statesseassuming the MOthod 1R his MadB888.
son, eir 4\* I'uay, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Chrome stationary. In Paris, for a series of years, powers granted to the General Government,
is postponed until die 1st Red, Prussion Blue, Paint Brushes. her to change her mind, an she soon en- although there were four chDdren to a then and in that case, our senator and Assem. The election of Lincoln seals to have
Sept. 15. B. E. CARE. tered a convent of lliarseilles as a "portu. blyman, be and they are hereby, tastructed to infused a little reason, into the head of
is postponed until the Arst lant.,, family, the population would have dimin- vote for he stunmening of such convenuon. Greele of the New York 1"riba Se
SEND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF 1shed if it had not been kept good by im. Resolved, 6th. That as inforniation of a posin J see. e-
is postponed until the first I Bix months after that fatal day, just as t In $1 al districts infant tive character has resened us, that Abraham ing very clearly that the !South is deter-
s postpolied until the first II R YAM S the time for her to take her vows was ap- e me robqste four children to coln thpBletok Re blican tem Abolition mined to adders her rights and dr4ading
, proaching, her family were pleasantly star- h famil a little n ore than he the ted States. That we recommend our Senator the consequences if efforts are made to
s postponed until the fast ILLUSTRATED tied by a letter from their daughter, inform- esp y eps and Assemblyman to take no part in the elem force back che seceding State the Tribusse
ber next. wnole population good. There is no gain tion of a United states Senator.

(1 ".'":::::: LA DY'S NE W S- 'wise o o' 10 e tohmee ndl ad of a ih u atya on try t Real m e thods the ttbonsa es consider de value
p oned until the far. PAPER. nights, she said, she had seen in her dreams each pair of par ti ev eth ew I re s ojis a n perfectri atoebataldei we maintain th it
erp txp ned until the farst THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISH- lier beloved Charles, entreating her, with require a ve long period for the Celts e ug jni and reds naun with Jefferson to the inalienable right of
ne s\poned until the first ED IN THE UNITED STATES. tears in his eyes and the sweetest voice, not completely to supplant the Anglo.Saxons no further part in public affairs, by virtue of communities to alter or abolish forms of
ryPext. Specimen numbers sentpost-paid, on the re- to fulfill her terrible resolution, not to com- in New England. Mene-families with their present connaissions. government that have become'oppressive
s postponed until thewdirst ceipt ofa three cent stamp. plete a sacrifice which would be the death one or two children only are pretty certain. IaoN STEA3fEELS FOR CUBA AND THE or injurious; and if the cotton States'shall
ex stposidd until the first 11 ir reet, of them both. For Charles was yet alive ly doomed to extinction. Sourn.-The construction of iron boats become sansfied that they can do better

e t.postponed until the first Nov. 8. Philadelphia, Pa. and call so ndbellmek to ceep h 'lisa and steamers has lately become an impor. out of the Union than in it, we insist on
xt. Pyznission to Leave. sant branch of Philadelphiamanufacturera. letting there go in peace The right to
is postponed until the grst GUAVA ELLY. of the coovent had good humoredly laughed In the Tribuse of the 3d inst., Greeley Their superiority to wooden vessels has secede may be a revolutionary one, bat is
e .postponed natil the first nx .)p ,Fx a r h lus retr ea b very graciously grants permission to "any been placed beyond a doubt. Almost all exista nevertheless; and we do not see how
xt. Currant Jelly Preserves, Hermetically sealed considerable section of this Union" toleave the iron vessela hailt a this country are one party cannot have a righ to do what
s elmstponed until the first Sardines, fresh Balmon Rice WBster, BCaARium. mitrht, undi turned lament all Fer the Confederacy. Here are his words: constructed in this eity. At she iron works another party has a right to prevent. We
as pos oned until the -first dead said the d it foolish to beli "We dare the Fire-eaters to submit the of Messrs Neafle & Levy, Kensington, must ever resist the asserted right of any
iTpnstponed until the first FLINT CORN. in these super taunral ap ritions. But, e question of Secession or No Secession be there are now in the course of construction State to reasata in the Dision and nullify
r next.. oped optil the Arpt OO Bags for Homing. Cow Pe" Ofor table was unshaken in her faith, and to all their cause of Lincoln's election to the popular two splendid and commodious aide-wheel or de .the loos thereof to withdraw from
er ne 6- Nov. 17. entreaties she would answer that her be. vote of their own people. They will be iron steamers, each 325 feet long. They the Union is quite anotlear moder. And
is postponed until the flyst badly beaten in eve StatebutSouth Caro are to be built for the purpose of carrying whenever a considerable section of our Un-
ber usex p. B. DAVIS, Mexican Mustang Li ent e b tTm track, 1and of course, lina, and probably rbea en in her popular mails and passengers from New Orleans and ion anall deliberately resolve to go out wa
g, glaces w tism, a Rhey Byrns, Bruises, stiff Joints' tulant" did not believe mo e th n the -that they cannot make feints of jumping Rail road. They will befluished about the to keep is in. We hope never to live in a

Sale. b ne W b an od ftthh Un ad pecubeanN drhab be ih i is con me ammel pur odwbemof on on in pinned a
I in toon e asiannet" by the letter of their daughter that they section of this Union shall really insist on of time. Nenfie & Levy employ in their oBut while we skus uphold the practical

i c r r decided notmt say no word tdawndec la tting t of it, we shall insis th to ,works from six tto seve hr re may wk libe y fins a e
owhom application maybe writes thatthehorsewas considered worth- hoping111thetime for an arrival which theNorth generally cherishes a kindred sometimesduring the night. Te masse evershall be, with site deliberation and
ice nearly opposite. tt. oe wasL is be ience the e would never take pluee, and by little and determination. So let there be no more en erprising fton darreed alsos couaradag a gravity belitting so momentous an issue.-
$160, Your Liaiment is doing wonders up little they thought the deep wound of her babble as to the ab lity of the Cotton States 9 Let ample time be given for reflection; lets

ily #1011#'. 6 re. se" sepoEtioYoun r is? heart may behealed. to whip. the North. If they todl fight, stea imphCompan atro s" uo thesubject be fully canvassed before the
sh uld have it. Beware of imitations. The Accordingly, on that very day, they went they must hunt, up some other enemy, for peops; and let a popular vote be taken in
rW1 E "ty Fa ily a 1 seth o9us3x t 18e1odl y all respectable to the convent, and in less than one hour we are not going to fight them. If theyia- p ntthoe smedunneal biogeo 8 every case bisfore secession 11 decreed.-
ining. B. E.C R. BARNES & PARK, Proprietors, New-York. theiz;only childweacrossingagain the thres. aist on staying in the Union, they must of Let site people 02 told just why they are
hold of the old family mansion. Her first course obey its laws; but, if the People moohaphs. The vessel is to be called the urged to break up the confederation; les
BLACK AND GREEN TEA. thought was for her little room, where she (not the swasby politicians) of the Cotton "Negvites," and will sail betweat New chem have both sides of the question folly

e UT Ro gado, e lor ack, 014 bad gathered so many dear tokens and States shall ever deliberately vote them- e lish t a beCsa Atl 6pdlus preseatedi in t.iwa reflect, deliberace, thou.
Sept. 22, 1840. B. E CARR, souvenirs from her cousin. She hastensup selves out of the Union, we shallbe in fs. ed, a large stern wheeL iron boat, to rous on vote; and kg the act of secession be the
stairsandshegoes.sofastthatherdelighted rorof letting them go in peace. Then TarRiverR.U. It is to carry passes:echoofanunmistakable popular flat. A
JUST RECEIVED. parents can hardly foDow her. But when, whois to fight? and what for? gers and freight. Three tow boats are in judgment, she rendured, a deasadd for
has a couple of ploys for PAULDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate size is on the lauding, whom does she see, the course of construction tor the Amoor separation nob.coked, would viater be ae-
eivedifrom New York; one Luse, h 8 e a r Ex ber standing in the door of that room so long air The Are Fiotidian says:-A ilag diver.a 1 cod rdifi cingwids quieseed in without the durian of blood,

44E4 MAN% rd, nd$ on also ParegoricElizir of Opium shut up ? Obarles, her affianced, who bearing the above inscription was presented in the Russian possessions of that place. or those who m.shed upon earange to day
eleur o'ng mC$r a altseidl oF looks, at her smiling with happiness, and : to the Steamer Carolina on the 8th, inst.> These boats are constructed in pieces, so anti aeiews it would pace themselves clear.
lt.--Jun resoBived- Sealna, Gumarabia, Mace, Cloves, Cassia. opens his arms to claspher to his bosom. I by several of the citizens of Fernandina. that they can easily be shipped in enat
E. CARE. any :15. B, E. qAny his no longer a dream, Charles hold(' That pledge must be a.deemed.. 'lloans,--Philadelphia Ing; ly in the wron2*


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STINE, liLORIDA,
AY, DEC., 1,1860

ar Eso., of Palatka, Fla., is
to act as Agent for the ST.


Tbc Wext General Assembly. ( (Af
This body no t at iho Capital on Mon- or **f
da- abe 9th ult., The Floridian ou
av t 8 caf ju r ered attt
thy naules of the usembers, as thilows:
8NNATE-St MEMBERS.
Ist istr ot-honumia-James Abererom- ---
6 ST. AUGU
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4th Dist-Washington and Holmes-19.
B. Jones. Afry- J.1sses B
&th Dist.-F anklin and OJhoun-T. J. duly authorized

85 i ra sR. 17. .

8th Dist.-Leon-P. B. Brokaw. T II E S
9th Di t -Wakulla-II. II. Walker.
10th Dist.-Jefferson--Johis FinLa on.
11thDis a xson, infer and yette 8 TATE

12ch Dist-thusilton- W. J. & Duncan.
Tath Dist.-Columbin, SRWRDOCO RDd EQW

1 h 1. Iman Ingram. THE D
13th Dec 3 ur.u-O lY. Call.
Inish Dies-INural-A. S Baldtoin.
170. viMobus and Pumans-E "


more to be regarded than any buncombe
proclamation which m sy be widened to on-
jole the South, and soothe the spirit of
patriotism now fully arroused in defence
of our rights.
But the State of Florida will neither be
deceived nor misled. No Republican pro-
fessions or proclamations can throw her off
her guard. She is sound to the core. On
the great inaue of the day she knows neith-
er hesitation nor dissent. There is but one
voice within her borders. Those of her


Secession a Peaceable ResiS. this would not convince else fools, ad they
tance to Black Republioanism. were still to ad here to their plan, and at. Orisis has Arrived.
--- tempt to organic e an invadir g army III the Mr. (g
A strict adherence to the Constitution non-slaveholdia g State, we this k th'7 "Florid a 'o t7ee othe prkleeeofa
has been, and still is, the predominant fea. would encoun or a very serious obstacle issues, the continued and determined stan
two in the policy of the Southern States, with the large and respectabb minorities you pursue in the great causa of Liberty
This characteristic is attributable to the.r ID thOse States, who are opposed to the Justice, and Southern Righ th
loveof self government, as inculcated by unholy crusnde af the Black Republicans just and true position for Soutts e only
nature and encouraged and instructed by against us, and me are bound to conclude sustain, any other at this criskern6men to
that sacred instruments. that no respectable ody of men could be coming asas men, and showing a want of
It is this love of the Constitution and organized for this purpose without leading, Fidelity and Patriotism to our Stat &
this love of self government which prompts directly and ine itably, to a revolution our Sister States who are batti e, an
tlor rp a fr no a mteh oh" t a d b


motive question, seriously, their exercise. the only practicable. and at the same time people, this soill not be thecame Our Hon-
The reassuniption by any Sate of the peaceable, modeof silving this question and ored Mother, "South Carolina," leads the
rights or powers delegated to obe general of obtaming to guarantees of peace and way. She has instilled into her Child such
government, does not necessarily involve equality for are contending, a degree of Reetitude and high toned prio-
the possibility of an apped to arms, or the The New Y rk Herald. ciple, that the Daughter will be found
violation of any law of that government, ***(Juire call of our Honored
based 'mstitutionalprinciples. J. Oness the innocent ParentwhileherSisterStatesof"Georgia"
?1Yof-' prattle, of the superarmated manager of and "Alabama" send forth a cry of we!.
a cannot seceae from the Uniori, because this organic reference to the proper course come and kind greeting, her Parent looks
I er territory was purchased by thy gineral to be pursued by the Smithern States in with pkide, add her Heart throbs with a
.,wernment, aind that such on act would be he political revolution nowsetin. Throutch- feonoks as the n.AIL action of as able ch.Id,
v dw I J ,g ?all us she neersy way el..borniv wrirun Ed, while every Beart in our own Isule State



r...t abu government guaraces re. I I.-r.-L she.eld humbuz about the Lion.n a "pl-re 0 she Picture. So onward be
viltherightents.J pri ...1.4 ..: a ..all') Whenwerer.-s bm:kto use 1-: or.: ob sivecry UGrar.enareready fortheassue,
andsovereigntypossessedbytheotherand jectsforwhichtheUnionwasfowned;proni- 6.x-y=.si outF...raplace n.2r the fl.ining
original States of the Union? This is inent among theseAnis the desire to create I al.e Guns, where *Iron" lazil aunce fall
equally as true as that her Territory was a meansky which money couldbeobtained, a r..ne-t, duerb, as prose she;r allegisu e
purchased, and does away with any obliga- orin other w..r-b, audit was needed, and "..ll.< Land or sheir have, as] the IIil.EH
tion on the part of the people of-the State, this was tho*=,to use beer mode of obtain or their liarth or ad..-paion li ah st..s fee'.
resting upon that purchase. Then if it is ing it Bennett views the Union from be "e exise.rig well **FI...ia.L" h,*.su.ne; did
admitted. the. Florida was allowed to ex- hind this credit barrier only, and when ht: si-- done, ,our li's.un 0 would blush and
ter th Union, on terms of perfect equality sees it menaced witlk danger forthwith h g Ib.ir heads in sl..ause, when asked
with Ihe balance of the States of the Union unds up a pitiful howl about money, stocks, wh ..re your men, 7.20. p.r.,uctors, your.
"in nil respects whatsoever" and received credit, and the GLORIOUS UNION. " of '-*:.mi-u,.ttrair only answer
from that government, the uncomlitional 11e seems latlerly to be very much ex- would be, iti uspyou see oil that's left, of
pledge of equal rights in that Union as ercised because Lincoln will not say a word nobility, Patriotism, and Truds, and what
guaranteed by the Constitution, the ques- as to his future policy towards the South our feeble arms can :.ces.rqilish, we will
tiOlf AriseS, lies she received the full bene with a view to quieting any apprehousions and dars do 8. ACTION.
fits due her through that pledge? We the people doiirn ri.;s any u...y entertain as
disk these questions of nil, has she received to the effects of that policy, as sk-upts the [*.atinumic ree
perfect equality in the administration of Southern people could be deluded into lia 31a EDIrre -la line **FlillllNER 00{
ht e Government? If it is contend d i tunin to die promises 6f a ti n
the 24 ulf I acoupe rl.< corres
h pondence,


10 ion, mT ore a la ed the e da


ECESSION independence of the South. Intelhgence
of the most gratifying character reached us
OF THE from every quarter of the State. Our ex-

0 P FL changes without exception represent the
I ople as unanimous. Florida will secede
-0- 8 Bhould 860 '11000. Her Stand is

ISSO Jer determine on recorded.
Jilverywhere in pueblo mee
HE of her people is f6rSouthern. dependence,

ON "en of all creeds, parties, professions
and pursuits unite as Brothers. And the
L uI Florsdain this moment..ua period

FOR NATION *


RN CONFEDERACY. 0, was of th. si.. .r, St le have
taken upon ourselves a momentous and
Events Cast their bilit Our liberty
dbws Before." ormus resposivill efend them.ies we
hearthatones are menaced. We will pro

nuiix t rn ent el1 make a public declaration of those whom we love and whoseclaimsshall

on i land protect. all the be vindi areed though our lives must be
-
h proclamation will be put we, of course, bannot say. Esq., for n capital hatu, an article which
the amiss, in either ease, to we claim to be capable of appreeinting.
uch it mightbe worth. We ..._-
se two thin s for granted- age The Right Rev. Bishop RUTLEDGE
coLn will no event de- preached in Trinity Church, St. Augustine,
position he has heretofore on Sunday last, the 25th ult. We were
nd Secondly, that leading? happy to observe that he was in Excellent
gans in his own State are the health,


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19th Un-L-1 *Man., Surnspur, Orange and

I yklernWad


linton-
Democrats in Roman-Opposition in
lalics--TheSenatorsfromthe1st,2d,3d

st' it ,el to 're\
year and for four years. The other Sena
ars hold over
110USE-47 MEMBERS.
Alachua-G W. Means.
Dreverd-Needham S. Yates,

b b7nb a nee-NobleA.Hull
J..s-ph Mice, Garret Vanzant.
Clay-Miles J. Murphy.
Dade-Theodore Bissell.
Duval-.A A. Canova.
Eseminbia-Alexander C. Alount.

d s Ho .D. W. Hollo
snian, W. H. Scots.
Hernando--N. W. Holland.
Hamilton-Quincy Stewart. -
Ilillsborough-Joseph Howell.
me- o ob son Jacob V

Dansby Jacob H. Pooser. *
Jefferson-B. W Bellamy, P. B Bird,
J. S. Russell.
Leon- J. B. Galbraith, Avin Oliver, J

J o aSN ratt.
Liberty-Archibald Campbell.
Lafayette, Madison and Taylor-D. H.
sys, C. G. CoiYee, J. A. J. Collins.
Liarion-A.11.McCormsekD.A.Vogt.

---J. H. Hadodwo .
New River-W. O Newburn,
Orange--David Alinell
Puenam-GeorgeE. Hawes.

nmob 11 n 18e f's
Sumter-Josiah A. Lee,
Volusie-Abraham Richardson.
Wakulla-James P. Carter.
Walton-N. J.HMcKinno all
Washinmpnin Itn an-Opp sition in

Italics.-
In the two Houses, the positionof parties

Trading toDformer divisions is- 13
Hnate--- democrat 37
,
Totalon joint ballot 50
Senate-Opposition 5
Bouse- 10-10

Dem.majority on joint ballot M

IDsurrection in Madison,
The Family Friend of the 24th ult.,
saye.-Wehnvereportsfrom thecountyof
Madison, to the effect, that a plot of insur-
rection was discovered among the negroes,
en last Mooday. Rumor says that they
were to destroy the town of Madison by
fire, on to-night. The plan was to fire a


$!.'"Bi', ""2" O'.E
ed, to carry cut their hellish work of
destructions hy firing every house in the
place The plot was developed by a con-
versation between two negroes, overheard

w or Arriesrtpon 3mobn ay ne-
what disposition was made of them, we
know not.
plans the Jacksonville standard.)
Southern Rights Ticket,

F.I'orCMr8thor. R. B.RCa ch AINermen:
8 Wm. J. Re es. es, a
ra. Editors. The above tickefr was
elected on Monday last. Truly they are
BouthernRightsmen. LetanyNortherner
come here to speak loosely, as they have

hd ng obf ur insthatons, and ey wla
held on Saturday Ight fore pu e of
protectsugour right in or out of th Union.
It adjourned to meet on the 15th inst,



sad ready to do battle when the southnee 8.
We are ready for is now.-Every man is
looking for arme; sil is preparation. A
Vigilance Counuattee has been forced,
composed of the first meninourcommumty
h e e ill hear of theiror sus to e
characters. Yours,
de Augustine. CAI.ES,


most reliable expositors of his rent views.
In respect to his position heretofore and
the sentiments he has cherished toward
the South, the followingdeclaration is suf-
ficient. It was uttered in one of his
speeches when a candidate for the Senate
In 1858.
"I BELIEVE THIS CO VERN11!.N T'
cannot endure permanently halfslace'and
halffreel HAVE AL1YAYS HATED
SpAVERY, I THINK, AS MU011 AS
ANY ABOLlR'IONIST."


e n
viewof all the long array of facts which
may be produced in proof of the co-Arary,
that she bus received her Constitution)
guarantees and all parties are entirely re-
conciled toit; wo-ask the addi ional ques,
tior whether it la at all possible flick she
will receive these atthe hands of an Trres.
plausible betions majority, who tell us be.
f re hand, that we shall DOE MitVB On
dqualrightson guarnathid to us by the
Genetitution? They say dult they will do
away with all the checks.and balances of
that instrument, as provided for the securi.
ty of the minority, that the Supreme
Cours is to be rearganized, in brief terms
that "the Government shall be placed ap.
on the side of freedom" as that term is


g p m w ose an-
tecedents are th--se of ..1 onemy, and who between Judge Mar.r...au of the **Unite I
is by no means I.s..ly to -set cap..u size sug tates Court' r.nd .11r G. W. CALL of
gestions of the Hepeld. Firoundina in witch 160 1.5 /1r garallerks: a
TYefind it.e..ulouses of rl...t paper the recommes.=h, the Jango [.>1.01.1 on E.> Ls
receptacle uI dull us.anonnous s...asons, ...IEte, **.** It a =7); for the U. S Judge a
-p..eches.:.1 stroll.ug ot.u.na as..j en.......:s... te our fr.end if41r. I' can..r will poses
theSouthiuserted unrchuked itis presum- or 1-- us thy t..Melic we are to derive from
edbecause they correspond with the ideas.or mis. *Ci, not stits it, >od ti, a gendern so
ite Editor, though inserted under the hyp- ... > laund math and era y autisrest to .
writicalmaskofugnkfughiqpaper anied; es..n.s undhertakited,,as? Do-=sillr
lum of s.. al I.,pe rug's enempoueri n r (14--
The r....ir ..f Elsi on has parr, armi rut or his he than for the People
deed the whole Northern Press, with a *FI 1 '" T i.tWI'"fille,"thetitlitwhat,
few honorable and worthy exceptions, has 1-< want pod, su the holding of
been tne corruption of northern opinion, r 'a3-ship :-0 1! II'..>
and the elevation of a man to thePresiden. F, sece a without
cy, whose greatest claim to notoriety is a doubt" are the People who are, ready
bf t h h lit il h d d
and willing to act, to be
d gain frustrated.


-------*---
air AtteDbiOn is solicited to the adver-
tisments of Mr. J. Y. HERNANDEz, file>
chant tailor. Mr. II. is an excellent
workmanand all who call will find him
attentive and obliging. He brings from
Savannah a fine Stock of goods among
which will be found Cloths of Southern
Manufacture.
------4-*
Hon. B. A. Putnank- *
Judge PurNAM.has returned from the


So much for Luceran's friendship for arduous duties of his Circuit, andna we are
the Slave States and the Constitutional pleased tO 80$100, in good health. Here
rightsofthe South. Will a man holding in the City of his residence no man could
such opinions be regardful of Southern be more highly esteemed either as a learn-
rightsF The ides is preposterous. ed and incorruptible jurist or as a public
Then as regards the utterances of LIN- spirited and patriotic Citizeu.
conn's newspaper organs. We copy the
following extracts from a recent number of The Independent Blues.
the Chicago Democrat, a leading Journal -
Edited by Jons WENTWORTH the Repub. This gallant and spirited corps have
lican Mayor of that City, and an intimate tendered their services to the City to act
friend of the President elect That paper as Minute Men. Few finer companies can
says: be found in the Southern States. It is
"The people of the free North say to the commanded by Capt. Joils Low Park
slave oligarchy, "We will endure your in- Las, and Lieutenants Andren and Ridge
solencebsufer yocur tyra syde awas your ly. The offleers of the Independent Blues

ed to your threats, a insulting as they were have seen service in the Indian wars of
cowardly, of whatyonwoulddo, ifwe dared Florida, and the men are all brave fellows,
to carry out our courietions of right, at ready to defend their State. If the Editor
the ballot-hbox, and elect a man who would of the Chicago Democrat should come here

atcoowoureacke e it ide /elw where the public mind would rest in t Blues would like to see him-tbat's all?
belief that it would become finally extinct. --- ----**
You have sworn that if we dared to' elect New Military Company*

la man yondwould dissolve the Union. A new military organization has recently
you to r y relittlemgan o a cir was been formed in this city, called, as we un-
i'A .",""""..4 "NL':""","!" "Ind, th is Gards,"siio b n
shallen oy your constitutional rights.- composed of young men from 14 to 18
But ever anU of you h he attempts to years of age and drills every evening at the

dearly, will be h a high7eq a aso public square under direction of .Tinj. r
IVe will have no fooling about the matter ] UsmA and Lieutenant ANDREU Of the

YdHE 1.TERNAle! TH UNION MUBT BE Blues-
Such is the lecture read by the le
of the North to their Southera brptTrn The W88.ther and the Season,
on Taeaday. And now what will the chiv. -
alry do about it ? The weather continues delightful. Two
The chivalry will eat dirt. They will light frosts have occurred on the nights of
back out. They never had any spook any- the 14th and the 24th of November. But
how. The best they could do was to bully no harm was done to garden vegetation, as
and brag and blaster. John Brown and hia is shown by green peas in blossom on our
seventeen men were enough to affrightthe own premises whieb have suffered no dam-

bt mighty commonweabilid Virginia age. The inducements offered by this
queried prywtrxetyntT recapturedasba jIn- climate to Invalids and others, have never
federal troops, and to this day John been properly understood abroad. Those
Brown's ghost is more terrible than an Northern men whose Conservative and
army with banners, ip the eyes of every Constitutional sentiments enable thern to


bragging and telling fantastical lies, but opinion of the South will now as heretofore
when it cornea to action, count theat out." he made cordially welcome. We doubt not
Such fellow Citizens of the South is the that runny such will transfertheirresidence
language held by Llacol.N's home organ and their business to this State, where
the Chicago Democrat. Does he repudi- a climate exists which in so many cases
ate the sentiments of that paper? By no prolongs life, and where manufactures,
means. It is his mouthpiece. It speaks agrioniture, and trade may be developed to
with authority. What it says is vastly any Ez tent. .


used in contradistinction to that ofalavery. a e as sp ra s, oe corn, an ug
Would this be the self Government, the potatoes, and has for his associate as Vice- No Sir, now or never is e same, and we
Independence, the perfect Equality of the President, a strapping free mulattoo, and trust Judge McINTdosn will so act as to be
Constitution? the great wonder is that they are not both peop once resign his of-
It has been suggested also that we should freO Diggers. The best reason this antique ce. ONE OF THE PE
remain in the Union, and if need be, fight Scotch fossil can assign for the Southern OPLE.
for our rights. Our conclusion upon this people to *wait little longer" and submi (conxualcATap.j
branch of the subject is, that it is entirely to be thus degraded in their own, and the AIr. EDITon;-We believe that*it has
impracticable, and involves principles of world's opinion, is the risk of doing an in been well understood that the ExAMINER
such magnitude, that it seems to us impos- jury to the atcok brokers of New York and was cordially friendly to the proposed 001-
sible to reconcile it with reason, or even her money changers. lege for East Florida, to be located at St.
the plainest and most simple suggestions JUDGE McINTOSH atTe a'll7adpp allas been gratefully
of common sence. Suppose Florida were Asa College for the public, for the en.
to remain in the Union-call a Convention """ tire community, irrespective of sect or
of her people, and what would she do This incorruptible Judge and noble pa- party, it has found favor with the people,
then? Annul any law of the Govern- triotbasdeclared his intention of send. Intefereuee toadecent notice of the
ment of which she was a member? This ing in his resignation to the President, do om e(fet a laem ri C op p ei3 to that
would be rebellion; it would then be the soon as he can dispose of certain Judicial the application to the Legislature, o 4
imperative duty of the Exeentive to use matters now pending before him. to publish the required legal notice at his
his power to compel her people to obedi- A very large mass meeting of the citi- own expense, and chose to insert it in a
ence, and were that insufficient the re- zens of Franklin county, was held at Apa. paper printed near his residence in hbo In-

a sethou teCt eg as w uMrbe so he Du*eat wh cubdge anan p" i es a
which would lead, directly, to a bloody is, and McIntosh, addressed the meeting. We Legislatures are ib the liabitr of granting
sue. Notso with the principles involved find a synopsis of their remarks in the similar appli.-ationa-where money is ast,
in are 8000ESion Of flee frple fr...ra (116 .2/91468,02 $11.9 lillit y The followiQg are @4-&& & IBULilt est count; it Was there.
Union. We say to them (rhe scusalusDg the closing remarks of de Melatosh: p not thought necessary to pubits. else-
States) practically, you have made us cer- mi Fr dom'slast.hopePis g24 ibf we an
tain pledges which yowhave failed, whol- em States? He believed they would all 500. The Richmond corspapabdent of
ly, to fulfil; you have threatened to de- come up to the work. South Carolina ex- thdNew York Herald says:
grade us in the estimation of the civilized claims, "Strike till the last armed foe ex- Some of the military companies of this
world; we will now part with you peacea- pires!" Geor ia dema a redress fr the "YP "blunt rin toe othe invite thend
bly, and when we have fonnally so de- the future. AlabPma will also come to funds to arm their cavalry with Merrill's
cleared through a Convention of. the peo- the rescue. As to Florida, he pointed to carbines., In Hampson one thousand two
ple, we become as a foreign nation in all her mosto, "Sauns Unique." Had she hundred dollars have been expended in the e
'
respects; if those States then see proper to had her rights under the Constitution? purchase of breech-16ading carbines for the
invade our country for the purpose of NOI but she satends to harp them? In use o a up unteers cre. The very
compelling an obedience to their infamous "th Carol naPthebland of chiva yall pra tas wi alo y.P cond
will, then the fault will still be with them> her Monmouth! Bouth Ca lina the Ach- thusiasm everywhere is intense. Deprecia.
and we will leave the result to toe God of illes, and Florida her Achates. He had ison inestockeor wheat, or out on, or tobacco,
battles. .madeup his mind, that the time for seces for constientional ght, and thid a le
Would there be azr attempt atan armed sion bn arrived, and in conclusion, he be vindicated if the heavens shou d fidl


to colue from ? It would have to be raised lished, the Spanish Navy no dconsistP of
by the Congress of the remaining States, City MarshaL three ships of the line, sixteen frigates, ten
undoubtedly. Well were the majority in The City Council have appointed Mr. carvestes, ten brigantines, twenty-six
Congress to pass such alaw, it would be the Daniel Mickler, City Marshall. It isan schooners, eighteen gunboats thirty-two =
meaboof driving 'every other State out of important ofSee, especially at this time, steamers, twenty-four transports, and some
the Union, that uray be disposed to sub. and no one could better fill it than Mr. two hundred mus a hug seek for a ciial
mit to Linedn's Administrationishey would' Mickler. He may be relied on to discharge all, 1,260 cannon, and is manned by some
some out to a certainty. Then how ? If sil its duties with ellicienoy and fadelty. 20,000 meg,









Florida Land ('laints
LAND OFFICE, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.,




fell
Iroon is e tolanving eenecind nder
construction of the General Irand Offace, all inat-
mers respecting such claimsto hand within this
*district as come within the provissions of the
act ofCongressapproved June 22nd 1860, en-
.,, i. e..r.. ... 1. I .r c.f Florida, Loutstana
I 11,,., .... .... r 11,.. purposes" are now
i 111 st e it Ill such elaiano al l )1 0
Commissioners, at urts willaifle 13represen-
war., ..... {.,3... .. .... .n claim of title,
theeridence of datms, abstract of title and
pintof Survey under oath. I
The. expence ofpreenrtug wavesses must le
borne by the clasmant, and shouldit be found
necessary to compel the attendance of witnesses
they willie duly Summoned at the request of
parties by the U. S. Marshed.
sy, JAMES M. GOULD. 11 schi- r.
ERANCIS P. FERREIRA. t..*. r***'
11@,, Jacksonville Standard (.,4, a us... 5
December 11860. Sw.

J. V. Hernandgz, .

Wil@ RCHA ICT TAILOR ,
L..s jus-1 rats,=..-1 fa..r., St.v,.rar.uli. c.id, a 1. .i'
ar.d elegrapeack.0)g..uds, an 4. ns. ke words. .:. Its. meet i.e.Elanountle od
., .m r-


ell to19a toitSt *,




*R e Reg

$. N. PAFY PP0prietor,
HE Subscriberhamthe planeure to announce
that his establishment. has recently un-
dergone improvements eniculated to render it
still more acceptable to the numerpus guests
who have therefore favored it with their Pat
rounge as well as peculiarly attractive to new-
R. al Summer Months alterations and
le c.\pacity : 0 1 t I estuareri ll, increasing
\Yithin the last few weeks the Proprietor has
re-furnished all the rooms thoroughly and com
pletely with the best and most elegant. furniture
selected by himself in the City of New York
-,,I,,,,, ,, g,,,4 ,,,, I .so and with a view to
,, I .... 1 Lenit1L* L HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
The FLORIDA HOUSE is most advantagzous-
ly situated enjoying a central location in the
(lity, and at the same time commandmg all
dairable retirement, as well as exemption from
bleak ds in winter. The rooms are large
and prors h fire places; the house is
surrounded with a four in number'
each one hundred feet in extent, and
m as us as nish a derightitil promenade even in
In the spacious grounds and gardens the var-
* 1-.- ..-1,...1..1. i.. I Irusu a ll..:- sin*,- I
** rad ga senag .h .... ..or'
a ines ..*, e....JI r.41.ca v
1... .,, I ri., u.s- ...11 be
P 1 .- I,.u- *,1.1
, I ,, r. 14. nintr.
..o ., ,,
ext d is I use, he trust n its
cont auance.
Nov. 17 1860. Sm.




A good young horse for Sale cheap
21. Well broke to the paddle, cart
and other work. Enquirer at this of-
fice. Nov.171860;

BLANKETS, BEDS, BEDDING, BOLSTERS
Pill 11 1 Moss Ms d-
steads, anan les, Chairstir@ 1set 4,
Lamps Dining Tabb8, Looking Glates, Brass
Feutd s, nd Teongs Andiro "Cs ed
s, ag ,
Fethers lairMass. B.E.CARR





N the street by a Servant a gold ring. The
owner can obtain it by cal a IBBS.
Nov. 13, 1880.

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SHERIFF'S SALE.
ypY virtue of an Execution issued out of the
.[} Oircuit Churtfor thecountiesor Vclusia and
15reverdiathe Eastern Circuit of Florida and to



nah likel ,count y Flori on the late endal7
ii eit oeseum hlo dnt wirto:-An and vik
Thirty-three Acres, bein the third part of cer-
tain grant oflaudcontaiz ing 111,00() acros ritore
or in said lirevard county ranted to Samuel
file the 18th d d canft
d to hn M. ITantly of Juld 1810 an rm-
The above sale is postpoded until the 1st
blonday in May.
I ade sale is postponed until the first
M u e is postponed until the furst
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in August
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in September next.
The above sales postpoued until the first
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in November next.
The above sales postpound until the fars
gooday in December next.
The kbove sale is toned until the first
monda in Janu n
til the fl
o lie abov% e is postponed un rst
c"illile i Urred--,ulttil th first,
Monday in March next. 1
'rhde a ve saillenis Upostponed until the first
n... alet is postponed until the rarst
r.urd a ca Av next

... ants ispostponeduntil the first
inly next.
s.. s reQstponed until the first
., 1se is postponed until the faret
Al as n eptem 2p oned until the first
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in November next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in December next.
DAY
a .I.v.c Sheriff Brevard Count .
March r t-- a


JOSEPH 1. llERLtNDEZ,

]Li f [tc [] A NT TAILOR.

HOLLD c..-a- car..Ily ran in 1.-- I..r .
rat..J irom p. 1.1.-* Co- mil y 11. I ..
I r. p.,res i., er..:..ae say ... 1 ... ... 1.
I ... .4.ch thts rs..... in.. a la.... v.Ii- 11 1*
<.r. Lat..1, and .4 Mar., out, I.T. gl **-- II e.
to. s.....o lau...,r.*.tos G. ..Jo .ud. ...
Ir r., r. races.. ble: *ae 1 Lu GI.D L1..11... ) Ira ". I'*
, lies, ac.
.411 <.. I/rs essense.I .n II..s beir si, is ..I uni t.
m*.r.nt.1p, Isr e..its c.ni,

XING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL,
YORKVILLE, S G.
The Institution is modeled after
the South Carolina Military Acade-
mies, of which the Prmeapals are
area.m.,*= Adla.L,1.*...rw isadded. For
K, 11 atarmer....n supply **
RI as .11 JLNKI 9. Prino' als
<'&?7. .1 4.0%.1it h 9 '
Decembes1 1860. Sw.


e


PPLICATION willbe made to the next
A General Assembly of I lorida, for a char-
ter ofa Company to.facilitate the Exporting
to andlutporting from Foreign countrIes, under
che)name of the Southern Export and Iroport
July 28, 1860 *

CREATCURIOSITY.
E have one of the greatest curiosities and
most valuable inventions in the known
world, for which we want agents everywhere.
Fullparticulars sent num.
SHAW & CLARK, Biddeford, Maine.
Nov. 3 1860. St.


THE STEAMER



T 4 1
e tiptaxa,

a .e artrio 1 kWharf Jac
Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, For "Palatka
and Intermediate Lanusugs- .
RETURNING.
Will leave Palatka at six o'clock A. M. on
Mondays. Wednesday and Saturdays.
TOUCHING AT INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS,
And connecting at Picolata with Stages for
St. Augustine at One o'clock P. M. on the Up
Trip, and Nine A. M. on the Down Trip.
Will also make regular weekly trps to blid-
dlebutg and intermediate landings, leaving
Jacksonville every Thursday blowing at six
o'clock, Returning same day to Jacksonville.
AGENTS-T. HARTIDGE, Jacksonville.
JOSEPH FERREIRA, Picolata.
W. 8 HARRIS, Tocoi.
O. DUVAL, Palarka.
T. J. BRANNING, Middleburg.
Nov. 3. 1800. ly.


A O AR
aiER. (0,,N.. I* LL n rest, New York,
haver ev rthfollowi substa islKen T,
which appears to be standard article with the
IJrtiggiqts

The LlasLORNRDOe IK I eears,
A. M. BININCER & CO., 19 trend street, has
been stavorite with the profession for many
years. I have frequently prescribed it, and
n1ways withdecidedadvantage, wheremydiree-
tions have been followed. It is evidently the
1 ce of v > ca efulbdirs lbt xonag obbl
as to giveto the spirit a very delicate, fruity
and aromaticilwor. In the course ofa practice
attenyearsI have had occasion to test many of
the ginein the a arket, and after a very careful
examination of numerous samples, have decided
that "BININGER'S OLDLONDONDOCK GIN"
has no equal. Really good gin is indispensable
in every household, and the OLD LONDON
DOCK comes emphatically under that head In
welling such an article at a fair price this old
Knickerbocker house are doing much for the
case of true temperance-
COLTON SALTER, M. D.
8 West89th Street, N. Y.

poss 1 9 OLi es NtDe O I
this highest and noblest of all wines or
2iquers. Its ingredients are he distilled juices
of carefully selected grains, made delicately
pungentandflavoronewiththe aromatic tincture
of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
thesemingled aromas, and given and exquisite
anildnese-a smooth oily body-andan almost
floral odor to the liquor, which renders it ded-
clous to the senses ofamelland ac= e a.I.ke. n U.l.
is r.parking I.-4ui-1 purity kara nothusg fir the
easydemare. /
hi conolusion, the writer ar..I..t rc.mark tY.r
Messmal A M. BINI$GER .x CO, 10 lY...,]
streetY, Yemerit the grat.Inds us I'm or us e
fo t n ed a whleanTor an
unexceptionable purity and unequivocal power,
both as preventive sad oural.ire agent, and a
harmle ex sila t ett everago.-[Ghemical
December 1 1800.


HAVANA




N RO GERO
(B ENE T' 8 0 0 RN E R.)
AS on handeveryleading Brandof the day
Givehimsealland examinefor yourselves
Dee. 6.

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
800 Aereselluated about6milesfromSt.
AugustineFla.,andonemilefrom boat

bered navigation. This tract is heavily tim-
Oak fat for ship building, and
daptedhto the cultivation of a crops grown
situated abe71e7o .son hf sect eL ed
e called Fish's. Fo rther particulare
St. Aagestine, July14,1880. 'WRREIRA,


'" *

IB OV6PJ 00unty of the United

9
O engage in the sale of some of the best and
most elegantly illustrated Works published-
Our publications are >f the most interestinE
en r, ad dtonhe wants of the sneit
nbne at denjued booun inptl ee I i a
or o se And inansuious
habits, this business offers an opportunity for
profitable employment seldom to be met wsth*
111@* Perseas desiring so act na agents will
necovepromptlyby mattfullpaniculars, terms-
&c., by addressing
LEARY, GETZ & Co., Publishers,
No. 224 North Second street, Philadelphi**

PAINTS AND OILS.
INSEEDOIL, White Lead, Turpentine
Zino Paint, Black Lead, Lotherage, Glass,
Putty, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Red, Prussian Blue, Paint Brush
Sept. 15. Bes.E. CARR..

SEND FOR A 11 ECIMEN NUMBER OF
9




LA EEWS-

PAPER.
THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISH-
ED IN THE UNITED STATES.
Specimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re-
ce pt of a three oe mlb.YAM & CO.
112 South Third Street,
Nov. 3 Philade hia, Pa


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
E ANTHON 7,



doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.

ter at ag noscop a he most instruchro$ ""
of modern inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too
Intelligent, none too uneducated, to seknow-
ledgeirs worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrato everywhere .
15 presents to your view every part of the
Prorlsidnpal1sth li f, boldness, perspect)

91'll otographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asus, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly enriching our stock.
17@ have an immense variety of paper Views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, Scotland,
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versaillos, 8L Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries, Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Crystal
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
riage scenes, breakfast scenes, pic-nics, statu-
ary, Ac., Re. An exquisite assortment of Illu.
minted Interiors of Palaces, Churches, and
Onthedrals of I rance, Italy, &0., &c. The ef-
febelt of these illuminated views is, unost remark-
a-, re pr II.Ir..n si e. lia. ac.1relined taste
rrr-r..x, at na ....... some of our
"h'. "' '
1.-* o na Ar.u.. I ou-

b laularul
0 a a.I:n .11 <.. co.; 1.6.
ph .. . l-1 .. ... J. ar / eq,
thing no m ter how rapidly it may be moving
ibsedepicted slunplyapth a calyas lit ad
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. !he pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receividrom London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
PleWS Of AmeriCAD life and SCenery.
Among other things we have just published
Stereoscopic Illustrations of the Seene of the
Fulton Street Prayer Meetings, in which many
hearts feel an interest. The particulars of this.
willbefoundinourcatalogue.
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address onreceipt of astamp..
Parties at a distance sending*us $3, SS, $10,

's 'pot s can have a good instrument
Express. y may request by
Views alone, (without instrument) can be
sent mail,
Pa eswhowishtobeadvisedofeverythmg
really valuable in the line that comes out. may
send us their names to place on record, and ws
will keep them posted at our own expense.
silen of Icisure will find Phougraphy a most
fascinating and delightful amusement. We are
prepared to flt out atanteurs with everything
neces:-ary for their success together with in-
struction --110w to takeSter oscopieloictures."

Importer and Manufacturer of Photogrghio
11aterials, Stereoscopeand btereoscopic Views.
sameronaas crom every second or es.
Mr are respectfully invited to inake an a-
trade will be liberal.
I' oPhot e.g raph er.4.-First elMS8
p. . > .. wanted,
d. ,,, ...... .,,,ut unmounted, with price
Mar. 3. Am.


FITRNITUTER FURNITUR14
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BY



(Formly II. P DEORAAF,)
Wo. STBOWEILY.New York.
This establishment is six stories in height, sad
extende242footmrough toNo.fibChristiestreef,
makingit one of the
LARGEST MURNITURE HOUSES
in theUnitedStates.
They are prepared to offer great laducemeat**
beau is saidaepter cash or Tisse.
Rosewood,
agagaggggy,
and TValout
PARLOR AND CHAMBER FUR*
NJiTITRE.
Also, CANEAnd OOD SICAT Work, all adj.
ties; Hain, Hear and Srnase AIAircr.s a a
large stook; ENAMELED CHAMBER ft;BMITV .E
I sets, from $22 to $100.
.Tenny Lind and Extension. Post
IBeddends,;
8 feet wide, especially foi the Southern Trade.
e'Their facilities for manufacturing defy com-
gray LLL WORK GUARAN AS RI)
I Ill.eb\li b
go goedsBetailed ozhTirac.


"Nornixonotis so urn un bun.r
"RATs coxa our OF THEIE HOLES TO DiE.




"Costar's"
"OOstar's" EatRoachake.Extermind
tor.
"OOStar's"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Baterminator.
"OOstar's"
"Costar's" Eleotric Powder,''for"In-
sects, &0.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY

R s-BR eA 5e M e3 r uned so. -
-Insects on Plants, FowlsAnimals, ke., ke.-m.
in short, every form and species of

/
10 Ye established in
ars e New York City-see8
by the the City Post-Oilice---the City Prisons
sad Station House-the City Steamers, Ships.
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholas,'
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private fami-
lies.
4 Druggists and Retailers everywhere sell

$1 Wholesale Agents in vil the large Cities
owns.
ERWARx! ! of spurious imitations .
II@p $1,00 Sample Boxes sent by Mail.
gliir Addressorderarfor Circular to Des-
lbr oRY R, OOSTAR, ParxerrAs Daror,
512BnoAnwAY,(Opposit*St.HioholasAttel;)

"kLDBY B.E.CARE.
May 19-1860. Sm


OW OORS.

50 CHARLOTTE STREET*
am new prepared to offer to my old friends
- of this Ancient city and St. Johns conuly a
inoos sCendid assor 3ent o falcl and wanu-r al-y
acceptance at sixty and ninety days credit with
approved endorsers. Orders from my country
friends accompanied with the cash will be
promptly attendhd to with great care and artem
tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser
My country friends may rely upon it if they
send me orders for dry goods that they will be
put up with great care and attention to give ea
tire satisfaction to the purchaser. All amounts
purchased at this house over twenty dollar
will be allowed a Ave per cent, off, for cask.-
You have herea list of a few of my large asj
sortment orgeods.
DR 1 GOOD &
consisting of Pronshbroad Cloth, Doe skin Cas
sinaeres, filot cloths, satinetta and K. Jess.
Twded Cloth, Fancy Cassimers, Ladies Cloth,
Merinosofalloolors, Figured and plain Delanes,
grey Blankets, negro blankets, English Meri-
nees, Makinaw Blankets, Negro Kersey, Meri1
naach Prints, Ladies and misses Hope, Gents
Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cloaks, Monrning
Delains, Gents Morino half flose, French and
English Cambries, Rod and White Flannels.
9 T. 11EL80Zj
Noy.

ARRkAGE GUIDE-Bein rivate ia-
ar ied perseas or those
a .. c.>ndr ..ri she physiology and rela --
o ee +..& ask 1 mionoTudi o assa
v befo d on wdhe -
is really a valu ble and interesting work. Is





qu 4 oe a v3v b
be looked up and not lie about the house ls
ease so to8apufeione on the rece pl t won
clrees D1R. VdL LUpTGPs 0. 410 MPRUCE als

ag, AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE---
No matter what hasy be your disease, before
you place yourself under time care of any one
of time colorious QUACKS--native or fo(eagn-
who advertise in this or any or.her paper, ges
a copy or either our. Young's sons and read
it carefud11n it will botheinesduser saving yes
manya aryourhealth, as possibly your
DR. YOUNG can on cousulted on any of the
diseases described in his publio.ains, as his
011ica. No. 41ti Spruce Strees, soon toucts.
Augues us, 18,0. 0

alGS Dates Gusa Drops Muset Undy, ac. se

April 7-1861,


lining claims againstSuid Estate are required
to ese the en within loei e t.this
ANNA M. DUMMETT
Nov. 24 1880 Sw. Executrix.

a
la
>jil J e


SYu'""nz a
bfor >.\lt ch of m Admini rain I ( u ts
decensed.
D. L. YULEE.
Administrator.
Nov. 8 1880 Gm.

. &


ITEREAS a young man name d CHARLES
,ALLEN SPERRY, my Apprentice, has
absequded and Jeft my enre and Employ. This
1.... I .. Ir.,=u. all Mr..< up e. :E c. I -

m, nite," :il',,:, is, I oilim'2,'er ti' av;
ings from and after thisaste.
Oct. 20, 1860. H. L.111ART




to tiersons indebted to the Est. .7
A SAMUEL PRINGLE deconsed are r. ..
Led romakeiminediate payment io the unch .:1 -
s. d a tall persons using claims are esnine
ilhin two years, or this notice will he plead
bar of their pays "LL i \ti 1 1 1.1\f.
-
Oc 1860. 7
t. 13,


THE FIEW8PAPER OF TH E
SOUTH.
The Charleston Mercury.
gives the latest and most reliable political, com-
merclul and general news from all parts of the
world. d } ... .i . .. r. .. : furnish by

ing of 1 er Lt sat t en sp(ccotintatd
great cities of Europe and America.
The NCYS Of the 808th re601VOS

q)0(*ISIRilthHOR.
PoliticallyIheMuncourrepresentstheRates
Rights resistance clement, and advocates the
union of the Southern Bates in maintaining

th ii ury, J year in advance; $1t00
Ko paper sent unless the cash accomFanies the
order,
R. 3. RITETT, jr.,
Nov. 10 1800 Charleston 8. 0-




-alilDOGile* 1'
O



O.W

The enterprising proprietor of
OREBNUT GROVE WHIBREY*

has enTsTe is n n ge tSt kng
Ifealthful and Invigorating, at the same time a
mild delicious beverage. It is calculated to do
away with the vile drugged stuff that is palmed
on the community, and whichis unjurious to
body and mind. In addition to the certificates
beneathAheR%8Ur e edLaSDi oEma from the
ditio Y, an -
testimony from DR. JACKSON, of Bos-
r-qr. n in testifies under oath to its absolute
7


EXTRAGRDINAltY SALE OF

GOLD PElit'ILS

G 0 LDL 0 0 1E T 8
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenat*ached,
Oil
GOLD LOO KE T.
P r $5 O 0 !
AN A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
WORTH &100.11 83.00 TU 3.00.

A"ER Two Yens' pmbaMe uprience in
our present made of uisposing of our Jew-
may, etc., and from the university satisfaction
even to all who use patronized our house, we
note pleasure in saying that we now consider
our business fairly andperinauently established.
lYe wishit understood that this isNo Lottery,
but a fair and legitimate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the value of his or her money in
a GOLD PENCIL WITH GOLD PEN aT-
TACHED, 01: A UOLD LOOKET, worth $5
each, which cannot behoughtat anyretailetore
for-the same price; and ni addition to the pur-
Lee a 01 ,daM mbe o
BS, 5, 8, lo, 15, 20, 80, 50, or even SU@
NO MONEY RISKED
We propose to los a person know what Pre-
Inium he wal rdeeive before sending his money.
Any Lady or Gentleman desirutg one of the
above articles, can first sendas their name and
address, stating whether they want the Pencil
and Pen, or isocket, and 1ye will make their
selection, and intense them by return mail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can then
have the privilege .of sending &or it if they
choose.
One plan, from long experience in the above
business, has given generalsubisfactionaseach
purchaser can soil or trade the above articles
orted usey coat hunqand retain the Premium
If, however, any person should feel disposed
to send us their stoney in advanoe, they caR
re u a beingPas f urly ealt with as though

ree ve e afedm{e a Foofa ad in




$" 110ad Ge d no suc uHYor Watch-
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
Gold 81 chButtops, Gold

Gold Shirt Studs-plain ea with setti gs:
Gold Scarf Pins-new style; Gold BreasL
Pius, Gold Rings, &0. &c.
FOR LADIES,
We have Gold Watches, Florsatine, Mosaic Gold
is Ti *, ee $ 1 in
Unuous, Goin als bades, Gold itings, Ac. &c.
AlsoPianosMelouconsMusicalDoxesAe-

co el 2 <1so rdurances given whenever
reque .-in sense.. your names, write the

18tate, coung .uo a.a.,a:aul.<, so as to avend
euers batus, mean 2.ANGLE & GO.,
102 CANAL STBBBT, .gg


OERTIFICATES.
Philadelphia, Sept. Oth, 1858
e have carefully Lested the samplai of Ches-
a qni e fi e u8satuus3 nd
known as Fusil Oil, which is the characteristic
and injur us ingredient of the whinkeys in
genera WOTH, GAARRfiT & AMAC,

New York, Sept. 3rd, 1851


{ i. @

ro 5isone Por deletericuBasurbe8 ty
JAMES R. CHILTON,
..^,::q,:Lar as,
ci 1 x2p ca a hee %rao 1 i e 2icer
proves tobe freefromthe heavy Pusil Oils, and
perfectly pure and unadulterated. The flue
flaves of this Whiskey is derived from the Grain
used m manufacturing it. Respectfully.
A. A. HAYES, M. D., StateAssayer,
No. 16, Boylston Street.
For Sale by C. WHARTO1 Jr.
Sol
No.116 Walnut 8t ze Px p 1 *
Sept. 8, 1860. Ty

BLACE AND GREEN TEA,
UST Received a lot of Choice ack, Old

Hy abYong do, very Sup CARRy


oxes. ves, a
pers, c es, us ar ,
JUST RECEIVED. Ited Pepper, French Coocolate, Moons.
PAULDING'S prepared Glne, for immediate 1 ITesJei hPreservesiti ee j ,d yseded
use, Choice extracts for flavormg, ns: Nov. 17 B. E. CARit.
Lemon, Vanilla, Orange, Respherry, Strawbers -
ImouTe. also amgoriemElis71 1 so um FLINT CORN.
dera,\Congress Water, Epsom Sales, Castor Oil, OO Bags for liominy. Cow Peas for table
.Gumarabie, Mace, Clove C asiaARR Nuse. B. S. CARE.


GUAVA JELLY'
N B Oli C Pi kl M t d


INPECTINE,
The Persian Fever Charm.

2ra le1Tie}j ki exa8 uirbe j 1 rne
medy was broughtto the knowledge of the pre-
sent proprietors by a friend who has been a great
traveler su Persia and the Holy Land-
"hilegoingdowntheriverEuphrutesheex-
persenced a severe attack of Fever and Ague--
Un discovering has condition, one of the Boat-
men took from his person an Amulet. so ing-
'*Wear this and no Fever will touch you." Al-
though incredulous as to its virtues; he complied,
and experienced immediate relief, and has since
always found itan effectual protection from all
m1sq sh as tisgation he found that the
bonenan attributed toit miraculous powers, and
said that is could only be obtained from time
Fuests or use sun. sometime answ.eras, the
a is a f\TI1lin after T vt th a r so o'sRame
certained wl.ereshe medicindherbuwerefound,
of which it was compounded. The wonderiul
li I led this articjhhave inducedha full be-
ions hesi naino "eof or?? ie moon-
is use eA o rim k he km
Gemiemenon.,i..is,.ac.r. lio have given

a ugu // ill IPe! fo unt a
yees. 11>r the prevention and cure of Fever
an Ague and Milous Fevers-is now offeren
1 1 1 saiil, prepaid, with full

,,,,,al l 2 ".[.. ... ..:rr y, los .il:ur.
St. I ..s... . ....I. **Un-., liank o- Lotu-
merco Building, New York. Address.
JOHN WILCOX & Le.
July 14 1860. 17


IBIRHA ROBte
FOR
CHAR LE 8 TO N, S. G.

Picolata, Jacksonville and all Landings
on Use Rivers Pernandine Fla. Sa-
vannah Ga. Blufton and Bea -
fort 8. O.
THE SUPERIORR IRON STEAM
F






CAPTAIN, FENN PECK.
"" ""'"""'"e.,



i 11 ea sonville every Tuesday night
Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday night at
i
vt 1 o ilvannah every Wednesday night
1 o'clock P. M. RETURNING

Willleave CharlestonS. C. Saturday Go'clock
A M.
ARRIVING
At Palatka Fla. Monday Evenings.
TEASDALE & REID
Sept. 1, 1860. Em.















































saale Druggists Groeru ,l Canphone and 3ilurn.


ONE
ONE PACKAGE.

gr4rr Dessassand cosmtry uerchans should keep
asunpply 4 ha le Aem abot only am
a a not as

BS 8 S 8 S tudies by
E. CARR
April 14-1860.


It%# Y)ft (Agg"
UI 011 L 5 HU RLifflEUI I


JSpeptic
Remedy has the lar-

geSt 8816 Of RHy Ille"
djcin e in the world.

100,000 packages
$Of IR OOrglR RH#
S h I
OM CarO illR ill

fourteenmonths. It

is warr an ted to
'f d.
CIIPO, I IfeOtions

are f followed, any

ORS6 Of By Spepsia,

LIV 6 7 .DISORS6,

Jaundice, General

debility, Palpita-
tion Chronic Diar.
, a
b G dd(ER, I IllOSS,
.
OpreSS84 plflts,
.LOSS Of Appetite,

Pain in the Side and

Back. [tis special-

ly adapkti (q Fe-
818-8 CGIIlp 411115 I .11

prOduces Rotund.
if O FOFIII ill Fe-
IRRies O RT lia RD
. "
RI"

Every invalid
8 10814 ty r 080

.Package.


PROPRIETORS,
8 BroadWay, New York,
.For alls is St. Augustig by
3 E. CARE.
April 14-1860.
* FO YH / TOYS lb

large variety of Toys for the y 6


pectso~f the gailygo fpr~ eelT

ali 8 JCII E TI E PRO-
rres 6f our city fro this date, n uh


adiypaper in! thhi c ty, thji at efn
bs ute ece pry tocotmme I

3'EFRT Dra 1OF T'HE ESI
IlO~l;p~TEllhER. It will la
golulbut res getlully,' co-operate ih
e eor ot' Florida id tta g
principle o h party .ili it
All Sltateinter~ess and whatever will add
toteprosperily of our young and growring
ha will r!ceive duc attention.
SThe inltereZtl of OUr beautiful adgo-
ing ~ city wilb o \atp \th on84
Les itbeisinctly understood that the
QS Vltwill atlwaryp contain the very
tetns fthe daly, reportsofmres
ndceflyselected matter of vaolue and
luiyfor the famlily circle. riuar
at nna aill be iven to m tter andtu

TERM\S:
DAILY OlSERVER.
WEELLY 40 S

rclong. a uu .10~~--l, wi~ll rescove a com-
Isryan ol"U per c.:E Gon all money trrans.





TOCQICO R QS



himalanely furnished. It is on thre East
siieof uthe St. Johns river ax mie atov P a
hts at nthe terniinus ofthLe D.JhsBi l~


pio fen co~l~es) wineti p li po o 1a.


RYee FI OUerr BUCWHA2




oroC~- Sale Sd fL CR'
Bept ac' 180).


ects of self-busue, can be suurey and permanent(
lyc~rae resrre by usn




Itisplrepaeby "

Aund as long been krunhw here as]
THE ONLY REMEIDY

a nat alkeue finheraltand~i ,ereo




The alicted are invited to try ~it.)
IT WILL SURELY CURE.
hSendflor a erula Irt, read it carefully, and

Canbe sent by mail. Onevialwilllasts month.



WHO SAE ANDY; StlE)ETAILBY

Foreo Besrggsvrywertie. o ies
"QUACKMER1(.43OKASED...
A FitSLN TO THE PEOPLE.
For Sale as above. Prie 12 Cente*
Sh aid bebread by everybody 1.

aT~iy YORKI PIALNOS.

.* ''' ' s::

P ANOiORTS*


K ERO 8 ENEOILI
ILENEW10RKEShuSENEQ1LC

(1 LAliblS11ED 1854.)

e e j 0
now cuabled toofferit to the Tradest
A REDUCED PRICB.

ed Lattlest ionub it 1 an es crapel
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 3,
1856'


0


to a .




ac
,n ,
Mac oxy a .,as, r


4L14EILICAN AND yQREIGA
STERO COPIC MPQRIVM,


After @8 Bradiny, ew a Y, two
doorsfrom the St. Nicholas Hotel.

ter on ,e ieniis he most instrdletivy,6m'
of modern inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too
i orTn o auneducated, to seknow-
50 home is complete without it, and it must
ER P@Ret'4te <'@=7 here*
It presents to your view eysty part of the
workl, in all the relief, boldness, perspective,
and sharpuess of detail, as if you wdre on the
sp photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, Amerip, is search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly spriching our stock.
of a ca8vennN1 s dn g o e9rr
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
to lo 6 n fdst iic a n m
riage scenes, hreakfast scenes, picnics, statu-
ary, &c., &0. An exquisite assortment of 111
min ed Into a at En11 ce C urchye, an
feet of these illuminated y ews is nee:-it r.=m4rk.
able*
Every gentleman of Weal,(h and refined taste
should have inhisdrawingroom some of our
asq.sid=esiews..sa glans.unal.IE rewalongsteree-
acope, stenant 13, .5,6=h.r It=u seems N<.th-
ang can De mur@ hadyaDrillug. SQd ..re LikD uU-*r
ra.) gdarer strike LO 8)f nead fGuil di [he padu
rek tt 'ya is n an \ts Stereescopy Vicys
are the latest Photographio wonder. They are
taken in the fortieth part of a second, and every-



cess is a discovery of orir own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Authony's Instantaneous



A 1 8 f6ql an int 086 e parti m 111

forwarded to any address on receipt of a stopP.
Parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10
$10, $20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, sent ey
Express.
'riews a ae, withoutt instrument) canbe
se ab e aw a adv 8 m vr aid
send us their names to place on record, and wls
I coPftl2smr ield hoown e most
fascinating and delighifill amusement. We are
prepared to 116 out amateurs with everythii
estsiTs o tasue s8e # <3iTu es."
5. AETHONY,
Importer awd Manufactprer of Photographic
Materials, Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Vzews.
ally- Merchants from every section of the
country are respectfully invited to make an ex-
ammationorour stock, asour discoum onthe
tradoowill be libershabraph ers.-First close
s.tereqscopi- Negatives wanted,
8 nd by mail a print tiumounted, giLh stice
of gatite.



G41 1 RD 6 01
0 0 LDLO 0 K ET S!
A Gold Pencil with Gold Pen attached,
ag
war..,4, go.gKy'I's
F r $5 O 0!
AN A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
woxu snoM as>.00 'IO $3.00.
F ER o a 0 to n in

given to allwhobave patronized our house, we
tax.,wasure in mas s. ..w ..= sies
*"Ivt"al"'t sed:""'"2'ti'".aWahed.
"Jetath'"id 'ith'i'""sgues
GQLD PENUlb WITH \OLD PEN AT-
4ACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, worth $5
h eI aen o tl to t
chase, each person receives a Premiumof Jew-
(, 'j","in,"glystt,""t.'"gin;,orus
NO MONEY RISKED!
We propose to let a peragu know what Pre-
mines.win....iv.uror......,ss.....,.
Any Lady or Gentleman desirtug one of the
""" "'"'"'".ss..ie....and
..ns., ....nc.,; -lather they want the Pencil
i.c.J Iva, ... L... Is=.. And we will make their
selectionandinformthembyreturn mail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can then
(gges.,ny us. .r ...ame for is it es.,
bdiesps af me n I so ope o ,ea
purchaser can heU dr trade the above skUnles
ggtheycosthimandretaint Primin
sat,"do i nyo r sh An el impose
rely sp .r. r.r .4 as fairly dealt with as thoup
they La ... ,, previous applicatisig.
Any person selfdin us :1525 for our goods wiU
receigrz.ix. g amusemi=..rsoon-
Forfullparticulpytead.foraPencilandPen
orLocket
L.,2 .1, $'et eum idessuitablefer
Gentlemen's Gold and Bilver Stok
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
sorst steev. sneson.,, Gold
Watch Keys,
:
Gold Shirt Studs-plam and with settings:
GoMnbo dP s-hew style; Gold Breash
ass, a..ao.
FOR LADIES,
We have Gold Watches, Florontine, Mosaie, Gold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins
and Ear Itings, Gold Bracelets, Gold 81eeire
u sP a ds Itel a n o s,
corUd p n le references given whenever
required.
N. B.-In sending gonr names, write the
State, County and 'lowzi plainly, so as to avoid
letters bexag Mac tried.ANGLE & CO.,
102 CANAL STREET, Old ed)


FilRNITUTE FilitN1Timan
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,


EiffRRY 787100,
(Formly II. P DEagAAy,)
Ko. SY BOWERY., New yggly,
'(hisastablishment issixstoriesinheightaRL
extends242teetchroughtoNo.05Chriguestrug
makingic one of the
LARGEST FTJRNITITRE HQq
in the \fwited States.
They are prepared tQ gifer great inducements
to the Wholesale Trade, tor Unsh or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
jiRosewood,
g ,*
and Walua$
PARLOR AND CHAMBER FITR.
MATURE.
Also, CAxx and WOOD BEAT 707 qall (UAlis
I 5 's 181 us

eqqy Lilqd agd $|xtenSloa Peat
Bedsteads,
1 feet veideoespecially for the Southern Trade
Their facilities foridiiSufacts
petition. rant defy com-.
guilf-ALL WORK GEIARANTfLD AS KI'
Phifth'ld. gg
No Goods Re ed qu Tires,
Myr U-it40 gag, ....

of DAmagnave To was Human PAsurr."
"ILATB COME OUT OF THERE HOLES To als." ,



'8.4 4!
"Gost br'a" RatRoach, 85e.Ext*Fainas,
tor




a CO M '8" ]jileGiriO EDWder;, for In-s
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Rats---Roaches-Mice-Moles-Ground ifice-.
Bed Dugs-Ants-Aloths-hlesquitoes-Fleasy
---insects on Plants, Fowls, A.nionik, &c., Ac.-.
inshorteveryformandspeciesof



10 Years established in New York City-asedt
by the the City Post-Office-the City Priganse
and Station House-the City St.eaxter.a, Sa., .s
&&-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholas,
e.-anyl by more than 20,000 private fami-
Dm lies.
ge- ggists and Remileris everywhere se4
them.
gray- WholesaleAgentalin all the large Cities
and Towns.
4427" I ! BawAns!! J of spurious imits as
gray- $1.00 Sample Boxes sent by Mail
Ad.dress.-c.Jes s-orse. ** Grenlar in Des-
lers"to
HENRYRCO TAR, Pns:=>Fal. Wrol,
BR ans.0*(.g-u..h.el .. als

n re-2ase. s.


OO 8
50 CHARLOTTE STREET
am apy.prepared tgoger to my old trans.
of this Assent city and St. Johns county a
untsplendidassortment offalland winterdry
pt 8 i crrd tyr

,promptly tetoe ieo wwir^ eta cac nd to
son my... ...tisseta to the urch
My country friends may rely upon L if y
*** '"'t.,="Leggytif a

tirec8h sede put dia purchaser. All announts.
ill be allowed a ft pder LoTaty doHars
o eanteof go list of a few of my large sa

car ago n,

e gPo otFr no[bnad Obunq3ode e in
ITweed Clothe Ealwf Cassimers, Ladies Cloth
arissours.....,FiguredandplainDelanes,
grey Blankets, negro Diankets, English M. rn-
usesMakinaw.BlanketsNegro Kerseyble/.
much Prints, Ladies and misses 11oge; (as,
Merino under Shirts, Pagpy Cleaks, Mournin
Delainquentg MillidolklfHose, French an
English Gambrica, Red and White Plannels.
2. x..son

M AGE G M-Dev a priv s in-
about or ed, alman fe a
i Un no n8in da sh a
or prevention of off-sprmg, including sh the,
new discoveries agger before givell in the En--
glish language, by W YUUtiG, AL. Di his
,* get'f";b an in es ghwo a
tenderandia thustrated wah numerous E
gravings. All youngmarried people, orthe
Pteednaplatingmar 24 4 havilfgrthedleast
book. Ediscloses secrets that evefy olidshothat
he acquainted willi; still it as a book that muss
be locked hp and not lie about the house is
willbesentonigoneonthereceiptoftwenty
five cents, in specie or postage stamps. As
,dress bit. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 SatilCB st
above dthPhiladelphia.Pa.
Ing,. AFFLICTEDAND UNFORTUNATE-
so...,,. ws., m., a ,o., as..... we...
you place yourseir under the care or any one
of thenotorious QUACKS-native or foreign-
who advertise in thisor any other paper, geh
3& copy ut eiuzi:r.ofDr. Young's B&9keend read

kr,1)o I dn
R. YOUNG oan as cousnlted on any of the
diseases described in his publications, as his
Office, No. 41th Apruce Strous, shorofourch.
August 26, 18uiJ. st
IGS Dates Gam Drops Rhak Candy, to. As

April 7-ISto,


I'LOJ.TR

BUTTER,

BEEF

PICKLES,

SUGAR,

SPICES,

TOBACCO,

SOAP,

PAILS,

FLUID,


luEAL,

[CHEESE,

FORE,

RIPE,

EAS,


BUCKWHEAT,

LARD,

FISH,

CATSUP,

COFFEE,


BRUITS,,


8EGARj,


,PIPES,

80DA,

8300.115,


CAMPHINE,
CANDLES,
DATES, JELLIES,
AND blGS, PRESERVES
B. O. CARE
Jan. 7.

JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ,
MER/JIIANT 'l;AILOR.
wouturespectruny infornis trienas
;of follel"tifv' otle ,"f ill
ine, which toey may favor hun v ah. 11e has
a 2 x j uy so Aym Mrus on
natb dic 1.due and b own Clot Mac
Tius, &c
m 201 aders executed in the best style of work


sH AVARA




RO GERO
( BENET SCO RN ER .)
AS on J q, & 1- .0 .,- .1, ,
Git5eb .Insu.2 e. are, ou.. .

F) )S
-
FALL FASHIONS ARE O UT.
Brokeloosecarryingaway E-
We apare euange see
merciless showman every
... can aderic i dm ter dy a 0 o al
about the various kinds of Hats in order to
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing
front a aLove-pipe down to a cheese, with Broad
1 aims, most swims, a'""' *
Brims at all, Beaver Casimer II .ra 1 5-1 L
Murphy Pikes Peak Loaner **. .:, s., .ir.... .
Plug Ugly agell Head Ventilators, Regulators
and TIp Top,'in ince every thing ever worn
from Noah's day down to that of the man who
a ways dept in nis reas. so attrah for hats.
Nov. I 5. T. NELSUN

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
4, 80.> Acres situated about6milesfromSt.
'er sale in St. Asgustine by as an a 1.1 iaSo o
B. Es CARR, 1 1erect with Live 01k fit for shin building, and
AprU 14-1860. is adap ed to he cultivation ofa crops grown
2..* ..*ry. Alue 80 acres of Land
E ETA45ES,1Peas, Corn,.'Ac. &c. a ace ca le sh as uth bt. Augusune
Sept. 32-18004 II. E. CAER, ap 4p p JS 14, P. PERREIRA.


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'lgAN ANY KNOWN REMEDY.


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