Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: December 8, 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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Volume ID: VID00219
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lie haul.o thrds of Eli party,
.m.-u preol to be stars 4 4:. mar, no by

ocol ABRAlide'COLN to sh
distinct is es of an unsolisti nolp i
tion to the institution oftAfrician Slavery,
and the equalizihg the black with the
white race a his Continent, and whereas,
ac princiopf& einhg if ally re ant to

R 1 ed, lot. That, our Senatr and &
blyman be requested to urge uponthe attention
of the General Assembly of this State, at as
early a day as possible, the importance of the
passage of a law authorizing the purchase of a
suitable number of the most efficient arms of
modena wairare, with aNew to the thorough
arming of the stilitia of the-state. .
Resolved, 2nd. That, onehlaw may be the
f e ath sh e to ede
repositoriesin eachor the divisions orchestate,
for thesecurityandpreservationof such arms as
maye readily dpi thb td ass of a .be the
Resolved, 3rd. Tinst, we its ...>Lily resis war
Senator aud Assener.1;assan, als... t...,ge.,wa.
the mention or 0.. Ge....-.r .x,,amany, m., sa.. a
portance (under eEiRLilg ed."hma.Lalcigh GI TP
pealing any and all ian and partsor isws, tend-
ag in anywase, so restries unt eithou fit keep-
ink and being arms as he day choose.
Resolved, 4th. That we recommend to olu/
fellow-citizens, the importance of uniting as
of a nninoose eitfu is ri1
Black Republican party in our modst, by be
ifumediate expulsion of ny individual, who
may defend, ei* otherwise attempt to rosser, or
disseminate, amit principles ashoag us, as-are
entertained and acted upon by that party and
in leaders, and shas we wiusustain, by force
of arms if necessary, such action on the parrpl
a a 2.ua a --
cozuntendation, by tra: 1. J.-, L. e. ? 6 to f
Florida so the General Assenably, of a call by
de per ar av on the lawplue .> c
powers graaPied to the General linerment,
t na ab 6 n, owh unatm an Assem-
vote for the summoning of such convention.
Resolved, 6th. That as information of a post-
j ce's n eps I awfn b
has been electe4Presidede of these, once Uni.
tedi tes.bl an oetr son anrd a
tion on Unned states seater.
Resolved. 7th. That, in the event of the with-
dza r)r are ti n, ri sy a t @0
eraor of Florida is requested to take the neces.
i" in no me a r am aric3utrawal
and member of Congress are requested to take
n ha Co ni lio stars, by virtue of

A Goon DAvourns.-There are other
ministereof love more conspicuona shan a
good daughter, but none in which a gent,
lor, lovelier spirit dwells, and none to
which the heart's wacur requisals morejoy-
fully respond. She is the steady light of
her father's house. Bar idea is indissolu.
bly connected with that of Ms happy fire.
side. She is his moving sun and evening
star. The grace, vivacity, and tenderness
of her sex, have their place in the mighty
way which she holds over his spirit. If*
carcely known any weariness which her
song does not make him forget, or gloom
which ineproof agal hot a young bright-
P

rsem th a kabospitaliltyththeao

b knom e o a
rendered, because they@are unpretendium
but most expressive proofs of love.

agg, The following are the patents is,
sued to the citizens of Florida, GD0 .5-
and Soutl?0ardina for the weeka ag
November 8:
M. A. Butler, of 35arianas, Florida, for
improvement in compositions for soap.
Albert A. Colton, of Athens, Ga, for


iano ed eo hma i 13 b
limbs.
6110' The Ladies are for union to unars

5&* "Good mording, Mr. Henpock,
bsve you got any daughtern that would
make good Lype 4tteral" ."Not exactly
but I have got a wife that would make :
Stas rate devill!'


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AGENTS WANTED,

IB CVery CORRif Of the United
a
MMs '
O engage in the sale of some of the best and
most elegantly illustrated Works published.
Our publications are >f the most interesting
character, adapted to the wants of the Farmer,
Mechanic and Merchant; they are published in
the best style and bound in the most substantial
manner, and are worthy a place in the .Library
of g{ se fd te prten nd industrious
habits, this business offers an opportunity for
profitable employment seldom to be tnet with.
Jilig?" Persons desiring to act as agents will
receive promptly by mail full particulars, terms,
Ac., by addressing
LEARY, GETZ & Co., Publishers,
e No. 224 North Second street, Philadelphia.

PAINTS AND 01LS.
. INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentine,
2;ius Faint,01Hack LenodLe I arageddsas
Red, Prussian Blue, Paint Brushes.
Sept. Hi. B. E. CARE.

SEND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF
9

ILLUSTRATED
A "I TTP C( J (1
.I.A AL .11 1 0 V V O'

PAPER.
THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISH-
ED IN THE UNITED STATES
Specimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re-
neipt of a three cent stamp.
II 8 x r Stet
Nov. 8. Philadelphia, ha.

GUAVAJELLY.

NRBoxes. Olives, C ers Pie s, 5 ustard,
Currant Jee e reserves, Hermetic Ily eati
Sardines, fresh Salmon Rice Water, Bay Rum.
Nov. 17. B. E. CARR.

FLINT CORN.
00 Bags for Hominy. Gow Pns for table
use. B. E. CARR*
Nov. 17.

Mexican Mustang Liniment.
Intrinsie virtue alone could insure the success
ich t to tole has attainedises tWhen Ins-
pr Gald, Sprain, Pole Evil, and Swellings upon
iToe i w 8ha o stents a .win is
with reference to the general estimation of the
,nise v us ntnts* anochesear 0 u et 6 no
hborhoodas this. L. W. BMITH, Ridge-
pe Conn." 8. LmTou, Esq., Hyde park, Yt.,
writes, "that the horse was considered worth-
less, (hisease was spain), but since the free use
of the Mustang Liniment I have sold him for
$150. Your Liniment is doing wonders up
here." Buch testimony is teaching us every
ala vPi. Benjresold. 3 e as ly
genuine Mustang is sold by all respectable
deatual TSn j, letors, New-York.


JUST RECEIVED.

8: "=.:*==:::',. 2:0::"*
I.emea, Vanillo, Orange, Enspberry, 8trawber'
'ssalm nTe. also breg ie 71 sird 0 ofan
ders, Co e binto Eps oBalted C stor Oil,
Sep. 16. B. E. CARu.
BLACKAND GREEN TEA.

UT o g to, a clear ack, Old
$*ph 4 phlik A (I L'ARay


: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
$1 Fi.1011R'S CO., Fla.
M*AMIIS 80s 5

MA TT HI AS R ANDRE U,
LOPRIETOR.


PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION.

*, QDOLLARB PER ANNUM


& ADVERT18EMEETswillbeinsertedonthe
following terms:
an's o e ti\\ in atne a
an a for saysexquent satilTidled to the
space clo tracted for. All contracts shall be in
writing, stakng definitely the Datuth Of the
siness to e advertised \ni as
be charged separately and also any excous of
ana ad t m to d I the num-
ser of insertions required, will be continued
until forbid, and charge for.
a Fire Dollars will be charged for all an-
souncements of Candidates for police, in ad.
synce
ag. Obituary notices, when they exceed six
tines in length will be charged for at advertise-
ingrates
a m atntr sements sy8able quadel!!
persons, payablein advance. Allothers willbe I
sensigered due Man calica for.- slo oo
g our siness Cards, pr an - 10 00
Application for Letters of Administra- .5 00
tion - - - - -. -
.LLace so Delion a as.d Creditors - 7 00
AI*I.1,rt....au son ananneral as Adminis- 10 00
tras .. - - " "
gay- .111 L..u. I..s J..t, P..nting, must be paid
n 11** dels isl y of a be no :

SHERIFFS SALE.
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
CircuitCourtforthecountiesof Yolusiaand
Brevard in the Eastern Circuit of Florida and to
me directed and delivered in favor of William B.
Giles et. al. vs.RufusK. Sewallaust wife, 1have
levied upon and win expose for sale at Busan-
nah, Brewardcounty Floridnon the 1st3fonday
of April l859, at the usual hour of sale the fol-
owin describe la to te:--Annundivided
Thirty-three Acres, being the third part of cer.
tai gra of I acontaumag GU acressnot
iles entha l8th day of Jul 813and caufirm.
ed J n M.11seison, et, aoned until the 1st
Monday inles is postp
The above sale is posJponed until the Arst
A by le is postponed until the Arat
Me .e is toned until the Arg
Monday in August. pos p
The above sale is postponed until the first
dj e j bwe p ed until the Arst
Monday in october next.
abion e oz8e .ned until the first
The above sales postponed until the far.
M ain biofDulensiberp tzp ned until the first
monday inJanuarynext.
To a Me is peapaned until the fast
The above sale is postponed until thdBArst
idea in March no postponed until the first
Nondayin April next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
monday in Mae ine .postponed until the first
soonday in June next. 4 until the Arst
Thde a edeale is postpone
The above sale is postponed until the first
M da onveAnTeMiTpxottponed until the faret
Monday in September next.
11risde8 or albe 1 p stponed until the Arat
The above asle is postponed until the Arst
indayedn Novem r a oned until the faret
Monday in Dearntar next.
Acting, she if March 5th-1859.




THE two Story Stone house
... with lot and kitchen &c., on
a st. Georga Street, occupied
by Wm. REYES, to whom application may be
ipade orst this othee nearly opposite.
r April.28,-1, tA



WARRANTED White Extra for Family use
enly 561 t iritamily Past EEaks g o*
sept. 22---1860.


PIo.ughs.



THE Bubscriber has a couple of plows for
so al ap eare ed rom New York; owe
ALEX MANN.
Oct 18, 1860.
MAPLE SUGAll.--.Tast re**Bived.
August 19.. S. SAHE.


ADDRESS that no one can.see the future result. promised away the Rights of the South. RESOLUTION3 UNAlflMOUSLY
Allwilladmit the acquisition of Cali- Mears. Editors:-Will you and your PABBEDATAPITBLIOMEETING
Of the Ladies of Broward's Neck, fornia was the only boon, we acquired by the contemporaries, have the kindness to give OF THE CITIZENS OF ST. JOHNS
through Editors of the papers, to M d to GOLINTY, RELDAT ST. AUGITS-
Politicians of Florida as to their pre- exican war, no r which hundreds of this article an early insertion in your Papers' TINE FLA. NOV 15th 0


., .

HEREAS, The COBstitatioR Of the
United States provides, "That a well regu-
lated Militia being neceagary to the securi-
by of a free State, the right to keep and
bear arms sHall not be infringed."
AND WashEAS, The people of St.
John's County have just reasoir to believe
that there is danger to be apprehended .
from the aggressive an neeountitutional
no obs as oPn anajo 1 C 8


INPECTINE*
'I'll0FOUS18R FOVOf filRTIR.
For the prevention and ouro of Fever and
Ague and Bilious Fevers. This wonderful re'
pl 1 s 1 ukino se he
traveler in Persia and the Holy Land.
Whilegoingdown the river Euphrates, heex-
ni ei ev a ti one dolAg .a
menteok from his person an Amutet, saying
"Wear this and no Fever will touch you." Al
thoughincredulonsastoitsvirtues;hecomplied,
and experienced innnediaterelief, and has since
alwl is found his effectual protection from all
On further investigation he found that the
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avanhamelaese, est us as prepanue s, and so-
certainedwherethemedicitialherbswerefound,
of which it was compounded., The wonderful
e el hP2tiin ceda la .
lot3healmg powersoor thei Pr sits sheen tried
with the happiest effect by several Ladies and
Gentlemen of high character, who have given
RU namen unq iheid M e.for is dx 2 dj
years, for the prevention and cure of Fever
dh24 ei an e lu{e.Fevers---is now oKered
It will be sent by mail, prepaid, with full
direllions for use, ourecorpt of one dollar.
Priracipal l)epot and Manufactory, 188 .Mum
St. Richmond, Va. Branch Oflice, hank on-orn-
inerce Building, New York. Addresa.
JOHN WILcox & Lo.
July 14 1860. 17.


Sout
SORt, and future Protection, againSt
left wi
hel Idvromen were
dows, and and oblige the Ladiesof
abolition emissaries ofthe North. eir 0 en fartherless. When it was BROWARD 8 NECK'
annexed by an not of Congress, the South. I)uval County, Nov. 1860.
To the Editors of the Standard: orner on account of his elave property, was [For ex er.]
Mins:-The ladies of Cedar Greek pre- denied a residence. The widow of the
all k Bro d's soldier, who died for its acquisition, if she na St. Clair.
cinetmoregener y nown as war
Neck, being not unmindful that silence in possessed slave property, was a like refused Very lovely was this fair young creature
the affairs of men, particularly in that of a residence. dressed in snowy satin, and the long white
politics, should be the place and province To these outrages the Southern members it flo d
of female, bear could not be exposed on of C..ogr as and same Legal.con, so. r .L wi at .ul.1 li Ra betteeel

pe ty, an inquest our a a 8 our, a
weshould [.4 userdidlespectators oft.hepas- planted the seed for Asureaggression f ,-, 11 a.:1.1 Gr a mobins, that 'twas to
singseenes and the excitement, which pro. When the Territory of Kansas applied for .
vails here and throughout the South- adminision with a Constitution admitting a e.Jarri- animo^derrr asp re
em country, involving in obscurity, slavery, President Buchanan, with the He was very old, so old that his hair was
everything that is sacred and dear to the sagneity a justan profouDd statesman, was as white as the veil his beautiful child
South. And taking the past submission foreniewing the stormithat would arise from wife more and his di th
policy of the politicians, as on indez to the the rejection of so just a demand, sent a he could scarcely tryos erre noshem stooad
future, that we will be left to the meroy of special message to Congress for its admis- there at the aller beside him but he knew
a large majority in Congress hostile of alooJ It was referred to a Committee in both I she was his that be had taken. her from
us and our institutions. ranc es o Congreas, anel both Committees I all other and it mattered not that 'twas
recommended it as a Blave State. Co [
Under such circumstances, we think it refused its adm agress his gold that had chained her heart with
proper we should meet and consult together, mission on that ground, and his, that the arklin diamonds that lit-
d th h our Southern Members submitted again to 9 8 8
an roug you and your contemporary a Compromise and the South 8 tered on her brow were burning her like
papers ask those we have a right to look to ern tates fire, and stinging her heart like writhine
for protection and safety, what they Legislatorsagainsubmitted to the insult se enk a
intend to do to obtain that object. Will and injury, staring them in the face. *PWhat God has ined ether let
they remain in the Union and trust to the A few women now ask them, could our go tog no
tender mercies of Yankee Fanatics, and condition be made worse by a change ? In man put asunder!" Had God joined them?
presume to protect us by amoky resolutions our humble opinion, the single issue is Oh! how the poor heart moaned out no, po!
and compromises? Or will the avail again presented to the Southern People.- but she crushed back the sobs that would
7 Will the submit to all the d d bare crossed her lips, and atood there col#
themselves of the menus given them by God y egra actions 4 whi
and Nature, and defend themselves? We threatened by the Northerners towards "" to as sculptured stone. They were
our Elave property, and be made to married! so the world thought, but before
are now reaping the fruits of the former hat En and see God they were not. Pale as death was her
policy. w gl caused the white people to
suffer in the West India Islanda,-the ne- hoe, white as marble the lips as she knelt
Will the Southern States again send groes free, and placed on the same footing to receive the old grey haired pastors bene
members to the House, and their Legis- with their former owners, to be made Legis diction; then she passed down the broad
latures appoint Senators toCongresato com' lators of, to sit as Jurors. Should a sister aisle, leaning on the arm chat could searce-
pose that body E and thereby legalize the ]y
behold her brother performing military duty- support her for trembling. Clear and
outrages premeditated and ] proclaimed in the same rank and file with the negroes sweet the music rang out, na they passed
against tile. Sallibern institution, and re- beneath the arched door but it cabled not
and to .bear the appellation the English
coire similar tauntsand abuses from Love- gave their, "The Spotted Regiment 7,, the aching heart of INAST. CLAm, no, not
joyand otherain that body, as they did last Shink mothers, what would yog feel;should peace had flown from her heart, flown for-
session f Or will thby keep them at home you view your sons in such a condition.- ever and naught remained, but weary bit-
and sweep and arrange their house not to And yet you hear people around you, ad- ter agony.

dienbut to live in ? This remains to be voesting Union. "Truth is stranger .than "Softly!
fiction,"-we hear men, and stranger She is lying
We have heard a great deal about State to say, Southern men, too, after all the. With her lips apart,
sovereignty. If that be a fact, a State, aggression of the North against the South Softly!
ought to possess the power of withdrawing and threatening final emancipation, whiel' She is dying
from the Union, without incurring the dis- would earry in its train, all the evils of Of a broken heart."
pleasure of any other State; if nos, then Hayti, crying "Union, Union." And yet Hushed were the wide rooms, mufBed
8tate sovereigoty is a humbug. some men will, on the most frivolous preten- the bells, and silently the many servants
Thadoctrine of abolitionismlaid down in oes, irrevocably dissolve thessored bonds of moved about; with white sad faces. What
Helper's, incendiary book is before Matrimonial Union, which they solemnly mattered it now to In that her roots was
us and its emissaries are illuminating our promised before God and their Country, to as rich as a palueo, than the heavy ourtain
country oconsionally from Texas to Florida. keep inviolate; but are very tenacious of kept out every breath of the wailing winter
We hope the facts referred to are a sufficient the Political Union, under the most ag- wind that moaned around the stately man-
apology for our meeting, and consultation, gravatedeircumstances. ston. What that the carpet so heagry in
and we beg to be indulged in a few further Now, Messrs. Editors, we ask pardon for its richness deadened each footfall.
remarks on this subject, and its ultimate tresspassing on you so long, when women She was dying, and she heard not the
result to ourselves and posterity. talk about men's affairs, they come awk- feeble voice of her aged husband as he knelt
And as we are plain country women, and hardly at it. A line or two more if you beside the snowy couch and implored her
have not yet learned nor wish to learn, to please, and we shall be done. to speak to him, to say use was not dying.
think one "thing and another tell,"but say Some of the Union-eavers in our midat. All in vain, did be press his trembling
what we think, we must speak In plain begin to feel afraid, if the South secedes lips to the colorless brow, and amoothed
toims of the submissionists and unionists in from the North, without saileient Manu- the long wavy hair that had been his prido.
our midst. And if any person is desirous features, they would safer for want of No words passed the white lips, no glance
to know how we come by the information Clothing. It is not our province nor our from the half closed eyea, to sell him that
to which we allude, we tell them in advance intention to play the politicians, but to all be was heard, and in wild agony he bent
that it is by leading public journals, and ench alarmists we take occasion to say, over her, calling her by every endearing
documentsthese ten years past; and when we that in our humble opinion, a secession from name, but all in vain, she was leaving the
read, we do so with inquiring minds pecu- the North, is the only way to bring about a old man alone,
liar to our sex, direct trade from Europe; in such an evout Two little hands folded over the palse-
Have roa forgotten Mother Eve ? If so the European Merchants would import to less bosom, over a hears that had known
wd introduce you to her descendants, our sea-ports all the goods that would be so much bitter sorrow, two blue eyes closed
lovers of knowledge whose heartnever teem needed, and on as cheap terms, as could be forever, and the long drooping lashee reet-
with gratitude to editors and all literary brought from Yankeedom, which we could ingon the snowy cheeks, against which
writers for our information. But our coc. readily pay for with our Cotton and Wool. the golden ourls neaitled so lovingly as if
dition, unlike hers; she plotted her destrao- This trade once established, no power on trying in vain to warm and redden again,
tion, we strive for the salvation of the earth could prevent or interrupt it. tuto life, and this was INA St. Clair, Oh!
Garden of America, by makin a feeble at. To our friends wh d d so young to die, so young and beautiful.
g young o are impose She had died of a broken hear but
tempt to remove tbo mote from your eye. to defend the rights of the South, at all s, none
Yes, what we read we analize well, hold hazards, fear not on that subject: for when knew it, noteven the one that had called
her wife. Very kind she had been to hi
little councils of our own, and weare soon that day shall have come, we will imitate m,
lasting thought, fancy ourselves statement, our Revolutionary Matrons, forego our a he hadhlearnelddtolove its little sun-
and think we will revenge our wrongs, but amusements, lay aside our Musical Instra a or .
alas thelepell is broken, we east them aside ments, and apply ourselves to Cards, Spin- stri laeglove, and nw she was adgo
in p espon ocy. ning-Wheels and Looms; and with an abun- et
We do not read as gentlemen frequently dance of Cotton and Wool at our command, iag gri

i'.""""C'i,"wit:::::.2j "'t'.'s,"'A'::'""I '"'.i':s:") ey ed elovo 6 a he beaud ul
whether the Printer's bill has been paid or your valor, peace is restored to omilresides, ,win er win ance a low and requiem .
not; were it our place to subscribe to the we will welcome your return, by striking over her grave. ISTA.
papers, their bills would never go unpaid, a new and sweeter chord, to the Glories of Ji@" An editor out west boasts of hav
As the gentlemen are prone to find fault the South. ing recently had a calk wish a woman and
with the Indies on small occasions, we hope But to our aged Matrons, here and got the last word.
they will hear us with patience, while we throughout the South; we would recoin-
remind them of their faults on a larger mend to reserve-their crinolines, to present ' geale..-so largein its ultimate sensequences to our Southern Politicians, who have son* men with brandled nones will sakt pale*.


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VOL. III.


.ST. AUGUSTPINE, ST. JOHN'S 00UNT~Y, FLORIDA., SATURD)AY, DIIGECMBEIR 8, 1860


NO. 13













































na. th uTif u
r dree er, I Scare Ins 1.. I.r 1. c.3
for itself. This a right inherent in States
and can only Le alienated by their volun-
f tary act. 10 the Constitution of the Uni
ted States, there is no relinquishment of
this right---no transf bof itdoo jvbto

sequently remains to the Suite, perfect and
unimpaired, nod ip were puerile to dispute
about the name of the thing when the time
has come for proving its efficacy"
Entertaining these views, I most. earn-
estly recommend a eall of a Convention of
the people of the State, at an early day, to
take such action as in their judgment may
be necessary to protect and preserve the
rights, honor and safety of the people of
Florida. I would further reconuuend a
revision of the Militia laws, with aview to
a moreefectiveorganization of the Milita-
ry,-and an appropriation of one hundred
thousand dollars as a military fund for the
ensuing year, to be ekpended as fast as the
public necessities may require.
Very respectfully,
M. S. PERRY.

The Address of the President
of the State Senate,
The following address was delivered to
the Senate by Hon. Thomas J. Epps Sena-
tor from the County of Franklin, (5th dis-
trict) upon taken his Beat as Presidept of
that body-
&natore--I thank you for the honor of
selecting me your presiding oilicer. I am
not unconscious qf its duties arid great res.
possibilitea; but f trust the kind partiality
which has induced election will not be
withdrawn, and'by your assistance evey
Rule will be observed, order maintained,
and the interestsof our people guarded and
advanced.
.
We are in the midst of exciting times;
which make patriots tremble, less their own

4 exrno ee{i uroe7h wron a way
and depict right itq colets and its honors. I
We shouldassemble as Brothers, and legis- I

lhate anarnembers ofoneigrea qmily.d m
ish that we have met, not simply for the
ordinary subjects of legislation, but the
very destiny of our people, for weal or for
woe, seems poised iti the balance of our so.
tion. *Let harmony therefore prevail; let
us have no party contest here, no bicker-
ings, no criminatips or re-eriminations.-
We are here as Senators, Floridians, Demo.
crats, Whiga, in a word as Southerners.-
Let no abow the world we are not divided!
the sentiment of our people is united.
In our conduct here let us ever bear in
mind we r2res netma pcbo lei ferio tolls

They are gallantlaw-abidingand invincible,
They have rights! Defend them. They
have honor Guard it. They have dig.
nity Preserve it. They are free Let
them not by our conduct be madosubservi-

Thus our State will be truthfully repre-
seated, her interests local and general
guarded, and herindependence maintained.
The eye of your State is upon .you! You
havenecepted the trust. So true to its
fulfillment.
With the earnest hope that we may have a
short and harmonious session, and that our
labors will result in the permanent good of
our beloved ta r l agai Sea t rsdreturn

ideration,
Mr, Epps is quite a yonog man, not ex-
ceeding thirty and was, before the dissolu-
tion of partiep pt the South, an old line
whig. He is said to be a blood relation of
ThomaaJeferson.

'
We cannot avoid referring to. the great
stregularity of the nails at present. It is
seriouscauseofoonsplainswiththecitizens
;ofthis and the adjoining counties to the
South of us. Should the Authorities and
Contractors desire to be remembered by us
with any degree of gratitude, they should
endeavor by all fair means, to unprove upon
their present system of doing business.
We assure them that this duty will be dia
one more satisfactorily takey pke


pr p ad 1 t end p
and that me FI 1. amon e-,bacecesw
frown our fairink... rjured, confederates
lint Eu.Last a'"untiall HIOD, it is said, ob
ject so reces.<.u ur.nil some overs act o
annequatinuainal power shall have been

4 g utoPt een %ne
dent and Longress unite in passing an act
unequivocally Lostile to our institutioils
and fraught with immediatedanger to our
rights of property and to our domestic side
-
ty. My countrymen! if we wait for such
so oveze act, our fate will be that of the
white inhabitants of St. Dominge.
But why wait for this overt act of the
General Government 7 What is that
Government ? It is but the trustee, the
the common.agent of all the States, ap-
pointed by them to manage their affairsac
-
cording tea written constitution or power
ofattorney. Should the sovereign States,
the principals and the partners in the asso
elanon-sur a bac.nsent tolerate the idea
that alsear.. willof their agents ? The idea is prepos-
terone.4
gi.eticbe constaDE J had IR IDID(1, this
sailiatial difereneebetween the relation in
whfch the thirteen colonies stood to the
British enipire and its government and
that relat on which the Statesof this Union
o-oury re wards theffederal power and au-.
thority. The colouxeswere fractional parts
of oile consolidated State. They had no
separate orgnDIZhles.*D Or pOWers, except
each as they denved frent the King and
14rliament of Great Britain, sensequently
Anywoodig themamerlatiott to that gov-
erament that the counties of Florida do to
she State over ment. Bae how different
as our con ten ur general government
was created by separatee independent
sovereign Stuase. It was established for
certain specified purposes, defined by a con-
asatution, which constitution Is a compact
between thehnereign Mates who created

The comoslers were a b) a pf B ti
crown. This they often acknowledged by
petitioning thatpowerforaremovalof their
grtW therefore, they resisted the au.
shority of their confessed sovereign, they
placed themselves in a state of rebellion,
theparpose of which was revolution. They
knew this, yet did they falterevenwith this
coaltyof treason staungthemintheface?
x e--theym**tinconventions-theydeclared
**that government denied theirjustpowere
fiom the consent of the governed-that
they were instituted to protect the people in
the enjoyment of life, hberty and she par-
ears of happiness, and that whenever any
form of govqrnpent becomes destructive of

al1t o7atlish ith r; edof the pe le
maintain their asserted rights site sword,
they would have head aroenable to the pen-
allies denounced against treason. But they
Eucceeded to establishing their indepen-

strA to co mainti onethe
colonies, then acknowledgedto be free and
independent States, formed a new Confed-
eration by framing and adopting, volandart-
ly, aud each onelor itself, that Oonatiention
whichassoilagitiously violated by many
Ulthepartiestothe compact offraternity,
The preamble to this Constitution recites .
the purposes for which it was ordained> I
among which up tappet "To establish jus- i
is a e tbt annqu o wesHas

he answered by the forty yeare' war waged
by the Northern 8taffes upon thejust rights
eb na 8 yMti It ex
designed to defraud us of our property, and
the as1 cime insulin us with threats

laim o'ar pr er ne n-thrwe seet to re-
tion of that Coustitution whic thero a
sworn to support. Let it be answered by
the machiusuous of fanatice,. and of cold-
blooded knq datitlestroy our "domestic
r qu syd so, nobody by secret,
110 ann reenonubtat'ol b avowed
au the powoo at a common governmPot to
the pes);etration of their fiegish drimes.
Buch, fellow-eitizens, la a meagro outline
only of the pictures of wrong ap# on
the we areexpectedtoendure unresiahtrage
but shall we endure it? Beaven forbt1
forbid is themedlegant the example of


.
Which will fall havel The whole is-
sue is embraced in this question. Union
is not peralitted us. Who desires sub-
asion s any Citizen of Florida so
base as to bow his neck to time Abolition
yoke? If not we MUST SEGEDE. There
.is no other alternative.
On the 22nd instaut when on vote for
your egates to the State Convention the
on y question presented will be Secession
or Submission To submit to wrong and
outrage is not the part of freemen, proud
of their fame, jealous of their rights and
determine to assert their dignity. To
such the idea is preposterous and degrad-
ing. Secession is then the only course
consistent with self respect. 1Yhen the
tiewhich concerts us with the north be-
comes a bond of servitude we shall instant-
ly and indig ....ill a 0 .r ri
Freemen! >e,:..ani.au ta-opp-rullying, rs!

The Eadiq8.
We direct attention to an Address by
the Ladies of Broward's Neek Dural
County, to the politicians of Plorida which
we eteerfully insert uppn our first e
His a document well worthy or regard
>aside from the interest naturally attaching
to its source. We ario not surprised at
the concern felt by the Ladies in the es-
tions now before the politicians and p ple
of the South. To them the issue is if pos-
sible. shore vital than to the other ea.
All they cherish is involved in it. The
influence of the Ladies at such a time as
canna e overrate d we are glad to
see them exciting it in a patriotic manner.
Northern fanaticisas, mounces the most
sacred r whts of our firesides and families,
TVhowill not defend to. all extremities '
those that appeal to his valor. gallantry and
manhood against violence and rapine?

ag., We are happy to announce the ap-
pearance of Secession cockades in our City,
and commend them to be worn by all.
Sorne of our grey haired eitizens find them
particularly blooming, and young men will
not be slow to follow the honored example,

A Beautiful Secession Flag

omWas hto tod on Thursday las x xmN he
so one from the residence of Don
Picono BENET, the work of the fair hands
of the Ladies of his family.

gg,,.Mr. Joax.MAsTsas of this it},
one of our most successful agriculturists,.
has shown us a yarn potato raised by him
which measures 23 inches in circumfe.
rence, and weighs eight pounds. Pota-
toes of this size will do to secede upon.


WAsul TovPN / 20, 1860.
To the President of the Senate and the
Speaker of thellouse of Representathes
of the General Avaembly of Florida;
GENTISMIGN-Allow me through you to
announce to the General Assembly, as the
Electing Body, under the Constitution of
the United States, forSenatorsin Congress,
thatupoublearning at any time between
this and the fourth day of March next, o
the determination of Florida to dissolve her
union with the Northern States, I shall
promptly andjoyonely return horne, to sup-
portthe banner of the State to wilicit my
Allegiance is owing, and in which my family
what ig established.
Aspectfullyy u .TT EE.


60Terilor'sMessage,
a.....
Exacutivn DEPARTMENT>
TALLABAMBEE, NOV. 26th, 1800 3
Gentlemen of the &nuteand House ofRe-
presentativest
'3hourisia loteexpm da lI h one
serv to a anaggressi and insults, comi

suencing forty years ego, by the Northern
States agnassethe Southern, and increasing
in audacity as tiine rolled on and the South
for re, as pushed a pun t is

justify theallegation that we are afraid
to resist."
the chetion of Lincoln and Hamlin to
the hight.at
la le to tel so t, atibe care ne to
tion of Northern fanatics to urge their
anad schemes, regardless of the welfare and
he security of the Southern %ople, ought

tor Ti fnnde iroon itlxetl w
how such an utter dia rd of covenanted
r gets and of plightedrteaTh.
Ia III not insult yourintelligenceor tres.
pass on your patience by recountiDg the
ager a .bn el. -mly e 4, or b e r-
alon For agnif, a full new of sh re s.
pose Ill ly or us> pe on, I na a decidedly


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e Irrepressible at Woi'ki -

Read thesubjoined letter of Judge Wil.
liams of Kansas and ask' yourself the ques- .
tion: How much of the money that has
beAn supplied Montgomery and his men
bytheBuston Abolitionists to wage war
upon die Slave holders of Missouri has
been fikshed from the farmers and planters
of the South, by a cunningly devised tariF,.
the workings if which make these men
pay ununally $30,000,000 ela go into the
pockets of Northern moufac:nres? And
nak yourself the question if itbe not better
for Florida toeutof her supply of this
fund, by Seceding from the Union? If
you think sh ought to do so, then on the
22nd of this mouth, go to the polls and
put in a "Secessiou" 3411660.

The following letter has been addressed
to Governor Stewart:
CLINTox, Mo., Nov., 1860.
Bla: I am here to infirm the extizens of
th.s State of the following facts, and I have
been requested to present them to you as
Governor of the State. The. abolitionists, 4
under e. zanned...f filor.rg.>unary.md Jtrictor
r on,... a cl., number of 300 to 5


I b 8 iti
Kansas, thecountiesof Linua nndBourbun.
These arrived by th'e wagon load at or near
11Ioundoityaboutoneuronthsinceinboxes
inarked as donations for Kansas sufferer=.
1....ng.>unry had been in Bostom during a

#or 2..ne fe lland re rned Mwhis
of his men are newly imported. He has
taken possession of Fort Scots and other
towns on the border, near the Missouri
line
He has murdered Mr. Moore, a grand
Juror, Mr. Harrison, Mr Samuel Scots, Mr.
11inds, and obliged all the United States
officers, including myself, to fly for our
lives fits own expressed design, xhade in
a public speech, as he said without conceaf,
ment, is to keep possession of Fort Souts
and other places near the Missouri line, to
prevent a fire in the rear, while he elpared
out southwest Missouri of slaves. So far
lie has carried out literally his declared pro-
gramine. The citiseus of Missouri, on the
Osage and Meridator riversiq Pates and
Vernon, are flying from their houses 11.1a
the interior. He boasts thril be has money
and arms to equip and afxstain one thousan I
men. My Court was broken up by them,
the United States Court for the Solithern
Drstrict, and I suppose thushey have seiz-
ed the records and also the records of the
said office, as hepublicly declared that he
would do so. J. War.IA.vs.
United States District Judge for the Third
Judicial District of Kansas.

aiir- We beg to call the attention of visi-
tors to the advertisement of Mr. Ridgely
which will be found in another colushu.
The residence of Mr. Ridgely is plainsatly
situated aford fi
ing a ne view of the Bay
and Harbor, and his table willbefurnisSed
with the best our market affords. We be-
speak a goodly share of patronage for
friend Itidgely.

a


th1 pe @hooo t of P $af
St. Jaks counties irrespectiveofparty to meet
at the Court House in St. Augustine on Satur-
day December 15th 1860, at 7 o*Clock P. Af.,
to "ueena)teesocan dea strpe e isendum us
rialDistrichto the CONSTITUlloNAL CON-
VENTION to be held at Talkhassee on the &rd
day of January 1861. And the citizens of St.
Johns county, irrespective of party, are also in,
odmeer at the same tnue and plson tonom a
sameconv atoe represents 1 eir countyin the
JAS. R. SANCHEZ,


PI'OCIRIRR110R Of le>

#10II.
PROBATE OFFICE Dec. 8, 1860.

A'wmezz zg., as
the several precincts St. Johns county for
e 3n of Delegates to a state convention to '
a thir 0 a rahancemandl1nre
Evena 1 Delves as .p .sing Es Jul... and is
p,,,,sm c.,anues r,< g .r...ale.s n, elect c.,
p league rgrese.r .4 [n.m.:s. *sh
ty on st ,te.arns .kanyonm eg ep
-f2F)pisj2 He a rs. ger so
a a ersu.w. rr.e a1. ng .ernes ar. .
$ f ,,2. Use
C nE -.1. as run neu, Jones M.
Go doCa i oElectioIi at the house
JP- -o.Ferreir Mathew Solana, Edwq
For Mucasin Branch Preeinct,-Election at
on 6Mabuildin e-Paul Weadman, Afoerce
For Orange MiHs PrecinctC-,Election at the
ill ac. Simpkins, Peter Masters, come-
for Rolls Town Precinet-Election at Rolls
"'on---L. G. Sibley, Gideon Yelvingtion, Jose
For Independence Precisct----Election at the
house of James Osteen-Virgil E. Dupont,
0 Unre mission at
84mppon's Creek Foid---James A. Mickler, 2nd
1 ek r e. C Power. A. M. and to b
closed at 5 P. M.P The said Ele6tion shall be
governed by the sitme rules, and returns shall
be made in the same manner prescribed by law
for election for members of tueGeneral Assem;
blyo thi State. JNO. LOH PHILPIJo '


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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA,
SATURDAY, DEO., 8,1860.
---------- .
DiiF" June Bar Eso., of Palaths, Fla., is
duly authorized to act as Agent for the "St.

a po a o1 otionan da r wrsu
same.

THESECESSION
OF THE

STATE 0 F FL 0 RIDA '
-o----

'l\llE DISSOLUTIOlV

OF THE

UNION !
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OUTHERN CONFEDERBdY.


Deathof Alexander..Mann, Esq-
It is with deep regret that we chronicle
the sudden demise, at his residence near
this eity, of ALEXANDER MANN, Esq for
many years Editor of the Rochester Daily
American, a Conservative Fillmore news-
paper of the first character and ability, and
recently by adoption a Floridian and oiti-
sun of St. Augustine
Mr. liA d I
Nx expire very ear y on
Thursday morning, Dec 6th, from an at-
tack of apoplexy which lasted but a few
hours.
Our friend will be greatly lamented by
all who k h 11 new to rare exce encies of the
deceased, his kindness and largeness of
heart, his gentleness of mapner, his firm-
nes. bf principle, his high and cultivated
intellect, and his unsullied honor and in-
to rity of character. To-da we can do no
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more than announce the sad event, and
proKer to the bereaved family our respect-
ful and cordial sympathy.

POSITION OF FLORIDA

We publish in this issue of our paper
theable and patriotio Message trananitted
to the Legislature at the commencement
of its recent sesaign by the Governor. The
document is,,in its tone and its recoIn^
mendations, fully up to the responsibilities
of the Executive, and the requirements of
, the crisis. We commend it to the careful
' I of 0. peruse every ci men.
. It will be seen that after a brief lucid
and comprehensive statement of the rights
and the position of the State, as a Sover-
eign Community and as a member of the
great Southeru Confederacy, the Governor
closesby recommending the call of a Con-

3 eon e eb neehes rysto rot on
preserve therights, honor and safety of the
peop Florida," the revision of the
Militia Laws and an appropriation of one
hundred thousand dollars as a military
fund for the ensuing year, all which recom-
mendations were acted upon and approved,
The Convention thus called by the author-
ities of the State to determine the most
inomentous questions ever submitted to the
people is to assemble at Tallahassee on the
3rd day of January next, and the electioP
of Delegates will take place on the 22nd of
December instant. That body will con-
sist of a number of delegates equal to the
aggregate of senators and Assemblymen.
We need not employ many words in im-
pressing upon our readers the immense re-
sponsibilities whick attach to that great
representative body, chosen .to speak the
voice of the State, and take :he 5r st step in
aprreer a EDOM and INDBPEN.
DENOOL Nor need we urge, as in ordill-
ary elections, the necessity of unity and
effort. ]i'or we well know that the senti-
ment of the State is a unit and that apon-
taneo y e people will select the best
and most enlightened eitiseas to wield the

utd a u ces.timent we 1
nevertheless, earnestly express the h e
that every voter will present himself at e
polls. A large vote will have a moral of-
foot, here and elsewhere. We desire that
Florida should speak with an emphatic
ypipe. She now enjoys the high reputa-
tion of at4n45ng in the first rank of South,
em States. Let the ensueing election
make hqr pas Lion still more illustrious*

ag,. Mr. BRAyo alt made a fine
garden near onide Orage greg. It is
.x spot very favorable for the purpuap, up the
vegetaulen growing in it fully demonstrag.
He has also filled it with young fruit trees,
We mmelud o 8pen r rise and a uno)


gamableedftriotr 1ei luId
t and drear rixgli8 .es, eal11 inthat a n.

inheritance thus acquired ? Must we jeo-
pard our present security and our future
existence as a free people, by stopping now
toreargusthenbstractquestiouoftheright

e ten ir usdil aevocal ady adveetottlitio
enl responsibilities of the people of the
thirteen old colonies and those which at-
tach to due people of the United States.
The former being subjects, could not with-

on tMs tfonci y oopfq e Ir govera
thoughtheydeclared ittheirrightlochange
their government, they were fully aware
that the right depended upon their success
In maintaming it. N.t so w th regard to

2 Pc t a to 8 it .ens a ratlin
first asidhighestallegiance t sovereign States. While the States remain
in the Union, the citizens may commit an

at g b nistehde tatpartic a
the sooment thata State, in her sovereign
capacity, declares a dissolution of the
Federal ties, her citizens are absolved from
Bil TOSpOnsibilities to the Federal Govern-

mee ,oanldo eS atere]elased from alne
ana Ami r..oic rban 11.is---a p.ely..J.1a in-
I ne ion by user more shine a .er Stem


WhyW1 You H1 Ftweeq

-
We must either resist or submit, this is
clear to the nailids of all. All men admit
that the South must resist. This is a set-
tied opinion. There are three distinct
classes of opinions as to the time andbiode
of resistance, entertained by gentlemen of
Sound political integrity in the State. The
first any we must resist now--our griev-
ances are no longer to be tolerated-of this
elass there is a very large majority in the
State. The second class say let us await
the co-operation of other States. The third
say let us await the "OVERT ACT."
We belong to that class who are for im-
mediate action. Our reasons are that, we
have witnessed the patient endurance of
the Southern States to the fanatical onset
of the Northern people upon their rights
long enough. The South has borne these
reckless onslaughts forty years, and there
is no prospect of a cessation of their policy
-this is long enough.
We have witnessed the unsueeessful at.
tempts at co-operation among the Southern
States, until we fe r shese is no 1. p ..(
eneir coming me, upon ., an ,


enble, and could give good reasons, buc we
have not time or space. Why waitiouger
on this account?
We think it impolicie, RDR thtr6fOTOUD-
wise to permit the Soute to remain in the
U tilL 1 d his
in p er-i{xe/w80 tid be cabinet j
position to give us more trouble in throw
ing off their yoke, therely for the experi-
ment of waiting to see whether he and
they willdo what we are told they willdo
-"put the government on the side of
freedom"-(fred negro freedom)
Therefore we say first, last, all the time
-ACT. Let &vory State in its Sovereign
onpacity, decree herself out of the Union,
audan Independent State. Let us sever
the articles of Union-this done should
th 1,, ,,
e great pegouret attempt "Cotrolon
to forcess bae into their hateful company,
it is more than probable such measures
will be carried over the heads of those
slave States that remain in the Uniori
Wi nos th a be sullielent to drive them
out? When they (Virginia, Kentucky,
TeDDCESCO, 111aryland and Missouri) are
kicked out of Congress and placed in n
position to let go the feddrail crib, or have
.
it wrenched out of their grasp, we may
anticipate United nation among the South.
em States-not 'till these gentlemen are,
kicked out of the Union will they act with
us.
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8*
-
The General Assembly convened Mon-
day 20th November, and the Senate or-
ganized the same day by the election T. J,
Eppes of Fraublin as President; B. F.
Parker of Jackson Secrejary; JS. M. Wese
of Leon Enrolling clerk; Luke Loth En
grossing clerk; Jobu White Seargent-at
ar e o eC Iter messenger.e 27th by
the election of J. B. lbraith of Ga eon as
Speaker; A. J. Peeler of Leon Ghief clerk;
and Dr. W. P. Byourn of Lafayette, assis-
tant Clerk; V. A. Clean ot Jefferson en-
grossing clerk; W. MePherson of Walton
Enroll Clerk J. 0. Kelb ag I er o Jackson
Seargene-at-artns; A. B Campbell of Mad-
ison Door keeper; J. W. Tompkins of
Columbia Messenger. A bill entitled "an
act to provide for calling a Convention of
thq people of the State of Florida," passed
the Senate on the 28th nod the House of
Sepresenta.ives on the 29th and was ap
proved by the Governor on the 80th.
The official report of the Governor's
election gives to MILTow (dem.) 6994 and
HOPKINs (opp.) 5,248, majority for MIL-
Tom 1,746. Both Houses went into an
election of .State officers and succeeded in
re-electi F. L. Vill Se f
ag epigue cretaryo
Sause and C. H. Austen Tranagrar., Seve-
ral ballots were had for Comptroller and
AWorney General but failing to elect they
passed the subject for the present. The
General Assembly in view of the election
of Delegates to the Constitutional Conven.
tion has adjourned until the 17th January,
1m a passed a 11a ro rillating one hun.
ousan itary purposes

A SRggestioR.
"'"""'.
We ask respectfully to suggest in event
of the purchase of arma by the State, that
those to whom this duty is entrusted, will
take the precaution of purchasing also the
requisite quantity,(to each thousandaf
Muskets or Riftee) of "Spare Parts."*
By pursuing this method is will be found,
that a great saving will bed made to the
State, as ittoo frequently happens, that a v
good weapon is roudere4 valueless by the
loss of some one of the parts of whion it is '
composed, which my be easily replaced on

at a pl habymb thq"spareparte,,


Meeting Ofthe-People.

A public meeting of the Citizens of St.
John's and Putcom Counties will be held
at the Court House in the City of St. Aug-
ustine on Saturday December 15th for the
purpose of nominating delegates to the
State Convention called to assemble at
Tallabassee on the 3rd dayofJanuary next.
As the said Convention is to consistof a
number of members equal to that of both
liranches of the Legislature the County of
St. John's will therefore be on titled to el-
eat one.Delegate corresponding to its mean-
her of Assembly, and also an othereonjoint-
J'"" """"'ua County to represent this
Senatorial district.
We hope to see a large meeting on that
occasion. These are times when Citizens
cannot meet too often for mutual consulta-
tion. What is needed in this emergency
is Ae fullest expression of the popular
voice. Every citizen has a direct personal
interest in the events about to take place.
Ours is a government of the people in
which every man's voice should be heard.
Whatever is done should be after the ful-
lost opportuni'y for consultation Come
sen se... anms oa s, Jose, county,


THI E FRMAIN


e..y thu the nea.inar...ra ...-.,.2,= .1000 tonn
ele.11.... ll....< n..p...atant then to send
yout Representatives to Tallahassee anned
with the counciousness that they are com.
missioned to spqk for all their Constitu.
enal

Secession or Sub u!
ElisBio





y (* 100.

A'?personsindebtedtotheEstateof SARAH
deceased T AqLu e al i aCe a

a ngsill5 se9 van exist ed.E Andara r u
to present the same within two yeare, or thi
notice will be plead in bar of their payment,
ANNAM. DUMMETT.
Nov. 24 1860. Sw. Executrix.


J e

IX months sitor date I shall a to the
dq Judge of ProbnicofSt. Johns C y Flori
tatfor ad oESug torn Administr ad u
ecoase ty
D. L. YULEE.
Nov. 8 880 A in strator.
I m'




7 IIEREAS a young man named CHARLES
y y ALLEN SPERRY, my Apprentice, has
absoouded and left my care and Ern loy. This
isthereforeto notify all persons against credi-
ting, or allowing him to incur any liabilities in
my name, neither shall I claim any of hzs earn-
ings from and after this date*
H. L. liARTs
Get. 20, 1860. Im.


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1


I'TENI'A'TTEL TITRfrFrifZWW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
BY

Or,
(Formly H. P DEGRAAT,)
go. SYBOWERY.1tlew York.
This establishment issizatoriesiaheightand
extends242feetthroughtoNo.G5Christiestreet,
makingitoneofthe
ST THEETHEE ROUSEE
in thoUnited States,
They are prepared to oFer greatinducements;
to the Wholesale Trade, tor Cash or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
Itosewood,
Mahogany
and Walnot
PARLOR AND OIIAMBER FITR.
IIITURE.
Also, CAn and Woon SE
Lies; HAI 11USK 486 8 AT WOrk, all qual*
e sto k; E PRING MATransas, a
targets, from $ 2 o OO AMBER Sygaggygy
Jenny kdad and Extension Ps'ast
.
Bedsteads,
5 feet wide, especially for the Southern Trade
Their facilities for manufacturing defy com-
etition.
.glig?"ALL WORK GUARANTEED AS RE
I'ILE ENIED**gin




*FOO*RH(US TO THE DM/ FARU.T.
ItATB COMB QUT OF THEIR HO .88 TO 915,




"Costar's"
"Costar's" RatRoach,&0.EEtermina-
tor.
"Costar's"
Costa 's Bed-heig Exterminator.


ageo 's" Electrie Powder,'IforfIn-
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Rate-Rosches-Mice-Moles-Ground Mise----
Bed Bugs-Ants-Moths--Mosquitoes-Fless
-Insects on Plants, FowlsAnimals, &*., ke.-
in short, every form and species of




10 Tears established in New York Cit
a y-used
by the th City Post-Office-the City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamers, Ships,
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor, "St. Nicholas.'
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private fami-

MIP.Druggistsand dealers everwhere so
them.

agy*TWholesale Agents I all the large Cities
wns.
Silil?"!!!BEWARBill 61q.4 adel.s imit8thl5
; Sig?" $1.00 Sample Boxes sent by Mail. At
agy- Addressorders-orfor Circular to Dea-
xers**so
HENRY R,.COSTAR, Parxclar. Damor,
512 BzosuwAY, (Oppositest.Nicholadletely)
s. v.
sons at a m.au .
May 19-1800. Sm


OW OO 8.

50 CHARLOTTE STREE

amf i i offers my ol friend
Enoos sCendid assorpmient of fall and wintier y
ceptances at sixty and ninety days credit with
approved endorsers. Orders from my country
friends accompanied with the cash will le
promptly attended to with great care and atted
tion to give entire satisfaction to th*purchaber
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 dollars
will be allowed a live per cent. of, for eash.-
a ea to he e)tist of a few of my large, asj
DR 1 GOO D%
consisting oFrenokbroad cloth, Dos skin ca ]
eT'Cloth, PCloths, 8 e adie C ,
Merino of alloolor Figlur dandplain Delanes,
y Bla pe oke 8, Negro ar?
mach ints, Ladies and misses U 0
Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cloisks, a our a*e
Delains, Gents Merino half lfoes, Freneh
English Carabrica, Red and WhitoFlannels.
gagggggg
Nov.

isr-ma s oona--s.in, prives, a..
sun or 4. aspe re ,o
"'rysina.g c.,r.e...a.ginephys.ok-gyendrolg-
therse -dear senses gr.= em, and rhe prodderfou
or prevention of off-uprisig;-including all the
new discoveries neveritefore given in the _En-
glish language, by WM. YOUNG, hi. D. This
1 really a valuable and int6rtating work. 1s
rea 4 1 sn g fu r >Ca

latJ 1 ias t all
impediment to married life, should read this
okqu n o si se t that abrer a sh
be looked up and not lie about the house 14
will be sent to any one on the receipt of twenty(
the cents, an speeze or postage stamps. Ad-
v8eDRI a TOPNp 16 OPitWCJB My
agAFFLICTEDANIFlififORTUNAtE--
No matter what may be your disease before
La noo U Od nexaj o fa gn
who advertise in this or any other paper, get
a copy of either ofDr. Young's Books and read
n carefully. It willbothemeaneof saving;*15
many a dollar, your health, and possibly yeas

dieD e oeU r b nso us t anyp at th
Office. No. 416 Spruce Street, aborehourth.
, August 25, 1860. at .

IG8 Dates 1


Notice.

A"aLnCeA Nse I 1> ma ies oho
ter ofa Company to facilitate the Exporting
andImptor ngSfromhFore n claintrzes, under
e name o ern p mport
company. 1860.
ly 28,

CREAT CURIOSITY.
E have one ofthe greatestouriosities and
most valuable inventions in the knowli
world, for which Tire want agents everywhere.
Fullparticulars sent was.
SHAW & CLARK, Biddeford, Maine.
Nov. 8 1860. St.

TH E NEWSPAPER OF THE
801,ITH.
TheofilBI'lOS(OR Herellry,
gives the latest and most reliable polkical, com-
mercial and general news from all parts of the
world. If ....;ai sour p.ul.ul. furnishby
illail and T.1- .. .ph. Rail .,-, J .:.ra. recounts of
everything .r -t 1.. I ar .*-fires in the
great cities ofEuropeand Amersea.
?110 NOWS Of 1110 8011111 70001708

Spetial RiteRHOR.
Politically, the 31EBOURYrepresentatheiStates
Rights resistance element, and adivocates the
union of their security.
7,;,, ,[,,,,=.7 1,year.inadvance; $1 00

No paper sent unless the cash accompanies the
order,
R. B. RHETTrje
Nov. 10 1860 Charleston 870.


[- to a : an a r... a.. .+
I:.. Ir.>>.... A. to 1.. .co.- and all**FE
exclusively and uqremittingly to enhance the
comfort and secure the satisfaction of his quests.
Thankful for the liberal patronago hitherto
i ux .1ain house, he trusts to merit its
Nov. 17 1860. Sm.





v:n::m: :: .he 6
and other work. Enqudre alt this of-


LANKETS, BEDS, BEDDING,.BOLSTERS
Pillows, Hair and Moss Mattresses Bed-
steads, Bureaus Tables, Chairs Washstand,
Lamps Dining Tables. Looking Glares, Brass
Fenders, Shovel and Tongs Audirons, assorted
Curtain Shades, Candlesticks, Rocking Chairs,
Feathers. Hair, Moss.
Nov. 17. B. E. CARR.


*

N the street by a Servant a gold ring. The
owner can obtain it by eal o BBS
Nov.13,18oo.


4



THE STEAMER
.

9

E. R. IVES, Captain,
HL ne .e atttriod'I kWharf Tack-
Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, For Palatka
and Intermediate LAndings.
RETURNING.
Will leave Palatka at six o'clock A. M. on

OU We es R T ENDINGS.
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 Mid-
dleburg and intermediate landings, leaving
Jacksonvalle every Thursday. Alormng at exx
o'clock, Returning same day to Jacksonville*
AGERTS-T. HARTIDGE, Jacksonville-
JOSEPH FERREIRA, Picolata.
W. S. HARRIS, Tocoig
O. DUVAL, Palarka*
No 8 1 ITANNING, Middleburg.1y


ATATE OF FLORIDA.



PROCLAMATION
BY M. S. PERRY,
COVER NOR OF PLORIDA *
100 8 00HYCMIOR Of the feOples


WHEREAS, by the following act, whichisa
true and correct copy of the original act
son file in the offiegof the Secretary of State, it
ismadethe duty of the Governor to issue has
Twoclamation for an election of Delegates to a
s on on of the ITehodel assemble thecit
-January, A, U. 1801.
Therefore, by virtue of the authority vested
in me by said not, I, MADISON 8. PERRY,
Governorofsaid State, do hereby order that an
election for Delegates to sand Convention be
heldat, theseveralpreemets in the severalcoun-
ties ofthis State, on SATURDAY, THE TWEN-
TY- L ECONDDAY OF DECEMBER, A.D.1860,
and the Judges ofProbate are herebyigatructed
to appomtinspectoratoconduct anid election for
Delegates, and make the returns thereof in the
same manner as is now prescribed by law for
eketions for members of the General Assembl7
of thilistate..
INTESTIMONT WEEREOP I have liereunto set
my hand, and caused to beaflized the great
send of the State of Florida. Done at the
Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee, this
30thday of November. 1860.
5 PERRY,


An Act toLP fbr Calling a
convention of the state o
Florldst.
SECTIOx 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House ofR es for ea of State n
f
ofthepeople of the State of Florida is hereby
ordainedno e assembled ilj1110 city of falk
Anno Dommi one thousand eight hundred and
-
o r isneci nt nthein siTu
of this Statein th Federal Union, established


o d h iit 0 a to fm 131

invkee conn mh t ene an1dh e i
shallsuffer no detriment.
SEc. 2. Be it further enacted, That an elec_
tionfer members of the said Convention shall
be held at the several election precincts in this
State on -Saturday, the twenty-second day of
December. Anno Domini eighteen hundred an a
sixty, and said election shall be governed by
theadmdrules and returns shall be made in the
same manner prescribed by law for elections
for members. of.tity General Assemble of this
hale.
Exc, 3. Be it further enacted, That each Sen-
storial District in this State shall be entitled to
nt onent 1 psj e or io
l
thelowterdHocuselof 11 Generd aston y leal
bers to the said convention to which said coun-
s
to to ain eee dRepresen a
anore connlies together constitute one repre-
sentativeDistrictintheGeneralAssemblythen
raid counties shall together be entitled to elect
the same number of members to the said Con-
rention to which they are entitled in the House
of Representatives of the General Assembly.
The members of the said gonvention shall be
entitledto the same pay and mileage allowed to
the niembers df the General Assembly, and all
citizens of lhe Bure of Florida entitled to the
right of. safrage shall be eligible to the said
t'onventron.
SEc. 4. Be itfwther enacted, That should any
ednufyo 8tetrfTd g at8e t
county br -representative District from whit?1
a-nd vacancy dia occur to order an election to
filleaidracancy, giving Avedays'noticethereof.
8f I eittth enlacted That a majooridy
a 8 h jrey may sem o sus roo na
1 e tI eh rhs ote : initon the cer-
Be audited by the Co trollere ubli ve on,
mp f p c recounts
and idobn{the Trehasurer* and the ordinances
@ the State of Florida, anything edsup eme taW
contrarynotwithstandia 5
SEC. 6, 30 1 further E* enacted, That the Gover-
so oft is State al asue his proclamation to
thessid clamat t, an are
proed ion published in every news-
r e asis is St nopdfon 8eun nefur-
greatestdpubbli yte November 28, 1860. Pas-
sed the House of Representatives November 29,
6 Approved by the Governor November 80,
December 8 1860.

Private Bording.
--*--iM:------
A few boarders can be necom-
medated with the necessary
Rooms, fuel, lights and some-
thing Substantial by calling on
the Subscriber, Corner of Treasury Lane
Dee. 8 1860. C. L. RILGEI Y,

4
4
On the third Instant., a house
Bervant named JOIIN sometimes
called "NED," a mulatto with
murdksitabo tbldster nob 8 3
D ble Palatkakwhich expired on the 8
A suitable reward will be paid on his being
lodgedin JaiL
Dec. 8 1860. Q. R. EAIRBANKS,
$gND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF
BR YAM S

II.TsUSTRATEb
~
LA DY'S NE W S

-
THE-0NLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISH

SpecimwDJnN He sU t
seipt of a three cent sea post-paid, on the r
J. H.mB YAM & CQ.,
Ifor, S, 112 Southh I tb


AME11TOAN ANIF FOREIGN.
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
E ANTHO IV W ,

After 081 troadowas 01N 0 r AY troo
doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.
Th$8tereoscope is the most instructive, in-
eere.ems. entertaining, ...ms, ana excuing
of modern inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow-
ledgoits worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere .
15 presents to your view every part of the
world, in all the relief, boldness, perspective,
natol sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly.enriching our stock.
We have an immense variety of'paper Views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, Scodand,
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud*
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries, Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Crystal
1
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
name scenes, breakfast scenes. pic.nies, statu-
ary, ke., &0. An exqyisgq assortment of Illn.
minated Ititeriors of 1'alaces, Oilurches, and
Cathedrals of France, Italy, &c., &0. The ef-
feet of these illuminated views.is most remark-
able.
Every gentleman of wealth and refined taste
hould have m his drawing room some of our
spus-re saw o' tion. w.rt.a ser..Is.ug -r e-



> access stereo cope nem
at LL. lady,[ ...gr.,pt,1ppendg in
(4.8 us K.- i. If ..L. la ee..co.J. ar..i
thing Ao matter how rapidly it may be moving
is depicted as sharply and distinctlyssif it had
it a a oc.

sds8is 3 e on or I eg
known in Europe, ve receive from London and
risal n f do eInstantaneous
Among other things we have just published
Stereos opic Ilkstrat ons to h Seen of the


sr obadni ten .0 le5eeps cules ofth
ArwarideesdattoannyMa.ddress o eeeip of stem

$15, @20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, sent by
Express
Views alone, withoutt instrument) can be
sent by mail.
Parties who wish to be advisedof everything
really valuable in the line that comes out. may
send us their names to place on record, and we
will keep them posted at our own expense-
Men of leisure will find Photography a most
fascinating and delightful amusement. We are
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything
necessary for their success together wit.h in-
structions "How to take Ste on jHOict ares."

It se coa e noiofv s
Mr y-merchants from every section or the
couin are respecttially invited make an
trade will be liberal.
To Photographers.---Firstolass
stereoscopic Negatives wanted,
Send by mail a print unmounted, with price
of Negative.
mar. a. am.
EXTRAORDINARY SALE Op
G OL DPEN CI ES

6 0 LDLO 0 IE T 8!
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached,

GOLD LOC KE T*
y 4 p
AN A PREMIUM TO EACO OPURCHASER

TWORTTH FROM $2.00 TO $3.00.
Ao or....s mon.EI'di ne wk .En
elry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction
11who!2
up a ure in are patraisedo oun we
our business fairly and permanently established.
We wishiLunderstood that this isNo Lott
but a fair and legitimate sal in which eryh
h the val e, eac
urGO 8NCIL u hzGs or herPm qeATn
TACITED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, wortil "
each, which cannot be bought at tail $5
for the same price; and in addit o the

ray le at at oer
sa, a 8, ro, is, so, so, so, or even woo
NO MONEY RISKED!
We propose to let a person know what Pre
mium he will receive before sending his money.
An veL r 01 oGe an jn of h
address, stating whether they want the Pencil
and Pen, or Locket, and we will make their
selection, And inform them by return mail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can thed
have the privilege of sending for it if they
choose.
()ur plan, from long experience in the above
""""""', o? "I. fr'"'i."sli'", ag'"

Roy.post im, and retain the Premium
Ifhoweveranypersonshould feeldispospd
to send us thpir momly in advapse, they can
rely upon being as fairly dealt with as though
they hadmade previous application.
Any person sending us ti2dfor our goods will
receive a Pencil and PenandPremium, or Look-
et d Pu 1 ToPu send for a Penoiland Pen

or co ourPremismeareartipleasuitablefer
Ladies and Gentlemen, such as
Gentlemen's Gold and Bilver Watoh-
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
Gold Sleeire Buttons, Gold
Watch Keys,
Gold Shirt Studs-plain and' with settings:
GoldnSoarfPins-oe style;G614Breast
FOR LADIE
We have Gold Watches, Floresitz e, Mosaic, Gold
Etone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins
and Ear Itings, Gold Bracelets, Gold 81eeve
Buttons, Gold Melt Slides, Gold Kings, Ac. Ac.
cor2 s gamzilusical Boxes, Ae-
re ye eptionabl6 referentres given whenever
N. B.--In sending your names, write the
letated my nd T wn plainly, so as to avoid

Abdr as, ANGL ,


FIOrilla Land Olaints
LAND OFFICE, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.,
December 11860.



he undereigned having been appointed
Commissioners to hear and decide under
instructionsoftha General Land Office, allmat-
ters respecting such claimstoland within this
distrietascomewithin the provissions of the
act of Congress approved June 22nd 1860, en"
title d on "act for the fanal.adjustmentof Private
LandClaimsin the States of Florida, Louisiana
and Missouri and further purposes" aronow
prepared to receiveal1such elaimsas have not
been hijerto de dedufrom a inn r or a
Parties having claimsor their legal represen-
tative must produce a written clunn of tittle'
the evidence of claims, abstract of .title and
platof Survey under oath.
The expance of procuring witnesses must be
borne by the claimant, and should it be found
necessary to compel the attendance of witnesses
they will be duly Summoned at the request of
parties by the U. S. Marshal*
JAMES M. GOULD, Register.
ERANCIS P. FERREIRA, Receiver.
& Jacksonville Standard Copy 3 times
December 1 1880. Sw.


J. V. Hernandez*

MERCHANT TAILOR 5
.... .. .. r.1....<-J fr .rn .. r.r.r..I. ire. .. ir, -,.



f
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARy
SCHOOL,
YORKVILLE, S C.
4, 4, The Instit xtion is modeled after
th outhCyrolula3Jiltter Acad

graduates. A Classical course is added. For
fullinformatihonor 11y) NKINS' Pri
CAPT. A. CO1YARD. neipals'
-







4
.
q,
9

ompillnentary. THE POPULAR
Wines Importers, Messrs. A. M. BININ-
GER & CO., No. 19 Uroad Street, New York,
have received the following substaulial endorse-
nQL s to eDa LONd^ aDi elTwi l e
Druggists
- CIn as a Retnedial Agent.

A. P BOL1D DO DOCK of MesTa
been a favorite with the profession for many
years. I have frequently prescribed it. and
always withdecidedadvantage, where my direc-
tions have been followed. It is evidently 19
product of very careful distillation-the active
principle-thejuniper berry, being so blerided
as to giveto the spirit a very delicate, fruity
and aromatic flavor. In the course ofa practice
of ten years I have had seension to test many of
the ginsin the market, and after a very enreful
exambratzon of numerous sample'=. have decided
that "DININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN"
has no equal. Really good gin is indis enable
OC nhoe9 ic urlaTe()LDLLOdND't
selling such an article at a fair price this old
Knickerbocker house are dogg much for the
cause of true temperance.
COLTON 8AL'I'ER, M. D-

"BININGER'S OLD O Nh OC 5
possesses all the qualities that ban be desired for
this highest and noblest use of all wines, or
liquors. Its Ingredients are the distilled juices
of carefElly selected grains, made delicately
pungentendflivorous with the aromatic tincture
of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
these mingled aromas, and gzven and exquisite
milduess-a smooth oily body-andan almost
floral odor to the liquor, which renders it deli-
eious tothesenses of smellandtastealike, while
its sparking liquid purity leaves nothing for the
eyTn c n, the writer must remark that
tr est e ININGE5 &bC 9 Broad
medical profession, as w5 as of the we rtire
large, for having introduced a stimulaus of such
un up ce an dc unequ a 1 po er,
harmless exhilarating beverage.- [Chemical
;,1:: 0..,,..

AGENTS WAA'TED .
9

18 6YOff CORBty Of the United

g(ggggs

O engagein the sale of som of the best and
mostelegantlyillustrated orkspublished.
Our pubbeanons are >f the most interesting
character, adapted to the wants of the Farmer,
Mechanio and Merchant; they are published in
the best style and bound in the most substantial
manner, and are worthy a place in the Library
of y oe fd et pxten nd industrious

b mpl m no eat teus ith.for
at Persona desiring to act as agents will
coe emptMy mailfullparticulars, terms,

LEARY, GETZ & Co., Publishers,
No. 2'bt North Second street, Philadelphia.

.PAINTS AND OILS.
INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentine
L Zinc Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass,
i"W":""&"C"d.'"acil:now, ex-
Sept. 15. B. E. CARR


Rye & Buckwheat.
YE PLOUS BUCKWHEA2
ILOOR, EXTRA FAMILY
FLOL'R IN SACKs
Fe Salet HM II. 2. CARR'8.


LL persons indebted to the Estate of
SAMUEL PRINGLE deceased are reques-
ted tomakeimmediatepayinent to the undersign-
ed. And all persons having claims against the
edli n ye i s nott opreseilit theplne
in bar of their pays 1 LIAM STARLING,

Administrator.
Oct.13,1860. Sw.


O.W.
.
The enterprising proprietor of -
OREEKOT GROVE WHISKEY*
(The Purest Medicinal Agent ever known,)
n it t se commdnityda S iman edt a
mild delicious beverage. It is calculated to 4"
away with the vile drugged stnif that is palmed
;ff,= fggympn a TrnMtch ne oudo
beneath, he heareceived a Diploma from the
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, and ad-
ditional testi)r.ony fromDR.JACKSON, of Bos-
too, who testifies under oath to 40s, absolute
purity,
CERTIFICAOls.

We have eitrefPlh8adelpdhia, Sept. th, 1 h s-
n t ti o 6ain us a
khownasFusiLOilwhichis the characteristic
and injurioublingredient of thewhiskefp in
general use.
ISOOTH, GARRET & CAMAC
Analytical Chemists'
Nin Y..rls. Sept, Jr-i 1858.
Whi r e)iv o A h c hGri
IofP enadeldphis, andhav case 8 tested
from poisonous or deleterious substances. It
is ukunusuaUy pure and fme flavored quality of
w ey. JAMES R. CHILTON

Amalytical Chemist.
Boston, March 7th, 1859
have made a chemical analysis of commer-
rotamp of reesnathGroe yWriskeOil
perfectly pure and unadulterated: The fine
or s ign. .4se.
A. A. HAYES, M. D., StateAssayer,
No. 16, Boy1ston Street.
For Sale
by C. WS 1 ep 1 g nt,


3,6xWahmt St, Philadel &

TOYS I foYS I /
lar e variety of Teys for the


Inland Route
FOR
CHAR LE 8 TO N, 8. C.
; VIA
Rcolata, Jacksonv#e and aULanditys
on the Rivers Permanding Fla. SA-
vannah Ga. Blifton and Beau- -
fo
THE SUPERIOR IRON STEAH

PACKET.





O PTAIN, FENN PECK.

o ill leave Palatka every Moliday night at 12
o'elo e PicolataeveryTuesdaynightat2
Will leave Jacksonville every Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock A. M.
2 o cil1cleave Pernandins every Tuesday night at
Will leave Savannah every Wednesday night
1 o'clock P, M.
RETURNING
AM'HileaveCharlestonS.C.Saturday9o'olook
ARRIVING .
At Palatka Fla. Monday Evenings.
S 1860 TEASDALE & REID _
ept. 1, Win,


PAULDINUST RECEIVED.
use, Oho'S epacre8d Gluedo im ate
L n vanilla, Orange, Raepherr Strawbe

stang mae ,PBange 0 Elux O um
on Wate som 8 to C 1,


thygg age
6





9
G. N. FAFY FFOprleter
rnHE Subscriber has the pleasure tonnnounce
thathis establishment has recently un-
dergone improvements calculated to render it
still more acceptable to the numerous guests
who have heretofore favored it with their At.
ronage aswell as peculiarly attractive to new.

n inir le ununer*d3 on asinifer tions nd
the capacity and conveniences of the house.
\Yithin the last few weeks the Proprietor has
re-furnished all the rooms thoroughly and com-
plately with the best and Most elegant furniture
selected by himself in the City of New York
without regard to expense find with a view to
render the "FLORIDA HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
The FLORIDA HOUSE is most advantagzous-
ly situated enjoying a central location in th;
Pity, slid at the same time commanding all'
desirafle retirement, as well as exemption from
bleak winds in winter. The rooms are large
and provided with fire places; the house is
surrounded with verandahs four in number
each one hundred feet in extent, and protected
so as to furnish a delightful promenade even in
bad weather.
- In the spacious gro ands and gardens the var-
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. PURNITUTEL. FURIVITURE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-

He raaf TaylOF
(Formly II. ? DEGRAAF,)
Wo, SW BOWERY. New York. .
Thisestablishmentissixstoriesinheightand
extends242feetthroughtoNo.05Christiestreet,
makingit one of the
LARGEST FURNITURE HOUSES
in the United States.
They are prepared to oifer great indneements;
to the Wholesale Trade, tor Cash or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
Rosewood,
Mahogany,
and Walnut
PARLOR AND CHAMBER FUR*
NATURE.
Also, CAxx and Woon San work, all quali-

i sets, from $22 to $100.
Jenny Lind and Extension Post
Bedstends
6 feet wide, especially for the Southern Trs&e.
Their facilities for manufacturing defy eAn-
etition.
agp*ACL WO QUARANT D
PRESENTED.


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Ostar'a"
"Costar'8" RatRoach, D.Extermina
tor.
'OOBtar'a"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
"Costar's"
uOO8tar'a" Electri POW
o der, fortla.
seats, &0.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY

"Y-"-"r "sider. :'."is
2se a on Pl ut Fedwls, Aini8 1ste., Ae.-

/ e
Years estabH st fli -tYorki P nee4
67 ty sons
and Station House-the City 8teamera, Ships,
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "SL Nicholse.'
Ro.-and by more than 20,000 private fami-
lies.
Abilm Druggists and Retailers everwhere sell
them.
gl@"* Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities
and Towns
'^ns! ! of spurious imitations
Slip- $1.00 Sample Boxes sent by Mail.
g@r- Addressorders-orfor Circular to Dea-
lers" to
HENRY R, CO-STAR, PRINCIPAL DEFQT,
612Baeanwar,(OppositeSt.NicholasHotel;)
*sELD BY B. E. CARR.
may 0 isso. e.

New GOOd<.

50 CHARLOTTE STREEt'.
am now prepared to ofer to my old friends
,mostojp dd t ad I bd 1 t
goods at very low prices fa r cash or city sc.
acceptance at sixty and ninety days credit trid
approved endorsers. Orders from my country
friends accompanied with the cash will be
promptly attended to with great care and atten
tion to give entire satisfaction to the purchaser
s2dmum ench am j tu adi ii
put up with great care and attention to give ea
tire satisfaction to the purchaser. All smous s
purchased at this house over twenty dollars
will be allowed a Are per cent. off, for eash.-
You have here a list of adow of my large sq
sortment or goods.
as> coons
consisting of French broad Cloth, Do* skin Cae
shores, Pilot Ulsths, Satinects and K. Jeam,
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassimore, Ladies Cloth,
Mr nl6a ka ro ekdadElain Del n
nees, Makinaw Blakkete, Negro Kersey, Heri
mach Prints, Ladies and missee Hose, Gents
Merino under shirts, Fancy Cleake, Monrain
Delains, Gents Mormo half Hone, French sa
English Cambrion, Red and White Flanels.
e...nesons

ARRIAGE GUIDE-Being a private la-
news or 4,mi al t do
evefything concerning the physi 444 r
0....
adru8ed ieorn aPn ,* i le a
!:""$.2 gud dat nodagdu er
""i's.'" "";,""Z.:,"""st:.
contemplating marriage, and having the least
impedunent comorried life, should read this
qua iesh i t # a
be locked up and not lie about the house is

bD8, a i o nNda p ea
abov. to railadelphis. Fa.
AFF CTED D UNF RTUNAT
youplaceyourseirunderthe care or any on.
of the otori8ousbQU 0 native or foreign -
any q3, go
"(7 or eithw orer rang'. a ct ras.4
many oilaryophealth 4 poss gy
R. YOUNG an oe eousnlted on any et the
diseases described in has publications, at his
0 oe. No.2416 2ruce Street, above I urth.
ad 6,


nar
Tarr oNE PAC AGE

Eve Drogamand Country Merchant abould keep
8 of this valuable Remedy, not only Dea the
sh aim "
asempde espeald and penalary lamass or as
Fair als is St. Asgustins by
B. E. CARE
April 14-1860.

1 &
RIf @hi'BTED DI" [ME
Ul OFLE 1 EU RLarea.U Is
*
EliSS VSDEDLIC
"' s 1
Remedy has the lar-

geSt SRie Of RDy Ine"
dicine in the world.
-.
10 0, 000 packages
Il *
SON IR 00rg4a and
BOuth Carolina in
FOUPie6B RIOnths. It
*
18 warranted to

cure, if directions
RYe follOWed &Br7
*y
*
ORSe o yspepsxa,
* c.
Al V 6 F BISORS6 5
Jaundice, General
Debility Palpita-

OOn, Chronic Diar.
*
rhtea, Gxddiness,

Depressed Spirits,
14088 Of Appetite,
Painin the Side and
}g g gg)@ m
q
ly adapted to 2 e-
male complaints; it

prOduces Rotund-
ity of Form in Fe-
males of a Thin and
*
8 pare Hab xt.
Every invalid
*8 1004 try OB@

6 '
W. W. 51.188 & CO.
PROPRIETORS
$883roadWsy,3fewYork.
For asle is BS. Auguaging $9
B E. CARE,
April 14-1860.
FOYS! TOYS / I
I redety at 2*,98 for the


EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
GOLDPENOILS

0 0 LDLO 0 IE T 8!
womancir wissoozarenastaeas,
On
GoLDLoc KE T.
rre s, Oof
AN A PREMIUM TO EACK PURCHASER
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $3.00.

AFTER Two Years' profitable experience in
our present mode of disposingotour Jew-
eiry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction
given to all who have patronized our house, we
Lake pleasure m saying that we now consider
o"kbus siNr rndo "mud catudd
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-
TACBED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, worth $5
each, which cannot behoughtal anyretailstore
ar the same price, ana xa audition to the par-
chase, each person receives a Premium of Jew-
fl,4,ifitt" 'i'$."it.""Gt?"a
no MONEY RISIEDI
We propose to*let a person know what Pre-
mium h wiH ad eb ad 1 ungoh ann .
shove articles, can first send us their namoand
address, stating whether t.heywant the Pencil
and Pen, or Locket, and we will make their
selection, audinfornthemby return mail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can then
2;;,;>. .... ., ...am, e., na.,

p.o eS,8q ;. n.3,... .
for all they cost him, and rank the Premium
gratie -
.iff; t';'A' .!**ty e-
$"ti poi pd kdrk as ough
<*^??.1 r ".Ye'r"'i'M"i'??!

2" -ar -it-<>-
sat"It "":"Indoleasuitablefer
Gentlemen's Gold and Bilver Watch-
es, Gold Yest and Guard Chains,
use ex..vggnon., more

sold shirs .ands-pain and wis setting.:
GoM Soarf P new style; Gold Breast

FOR LADIES,
We have Gold Watches, Florentine, Mosaio, Gold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pine
and Ear sings, Gold Braceless, Gold slear.
Bu ,P s el G 4Rmggs ,
i corUd p n le references given whenever
required.
N. U.-In sending your names, write the
| State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid
] letters being miscarried,
Address, ANGLE A CO.,
IROS OAMAJ. BTABar, 1 N


Iros
Observer*

fu yfoI hi ate &PERO(
is the increased in4test manifeated among
our business men for the establishment of
nd 11 e per in that or nc7the ub-

li tion of the D.rl#LY OBSERVERPON
7HE FIRST DAY OF THE ENSUING
MONTil, SEPTEMBER. It will always
sealously, but respectfulb, co-operate with
the Democracy of Flora in main aminR
the principles of the party within its limits.
All State interests and whatever will add
to the prosperity of our young and growing
Statetrill reoelvetdue n ea fl and w-
The interests o our gl9
ing eity will be looked after with constant
soHeitud0
yet it be distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER will always contain the very
latest news of the day, reports of markets

attention willbe given to matteranad things
eccurring in Alabama and Florida.
TERMS:
gg
DarT OBSERVER. 810 ,
1VEELLY slo 2 5
Postmastersthroughent the United State8
Acting as oilt Agents, will recolve a com-
of 20 r cent on all money tranS*




recox netsz

r er s Floonidahis no
for the reception of Boarders,
This Hotel has recently been
built and newly furnished. It is on the East
elde of the St. Johns river six miles above Pico-
late at the terminus of the St. Johns Rail Road
(now being constructed) connecting this point
with 8L Augustine. A line of stages will leave
St. Augustine every Thursday for Tecor and re-
turning leave Tecol every friday until the
Eail Road is completed.
Applicants for board will please apply to
E. T. PAINE, Tecoi Fla.
See. 10 1859.

Rye as Buckwheat.

OFF ER FRA MI
FL O UR L BA CKA
For Sale at B. E. CARR'8-
Bept set-1800-
Health and Happiness Secured I
UNG MEN who are sufferia from the ef-
sco a busebess be surely and permanen-
g gggRffgf4 (11'0
wwmarwrax> rowanrur. nsatany ron was-
Essa or no
PROCREATIVE ORGANS.
Itireprepared by
As sauran rassioIAx or anze extre
And has long ben known here as
THE ONLY REMEDy
What would surely and permanently restore to
eNararalStatedHealthandVigorpersons
weakenedbyexcessorby


A PURELY ME CIMAL REME.

ThejuMiste4areinvitedmLrygit.
IT WILL SURELY CURE
Seed for acircular Arst, readitoarefully, and
shen you will send for the mediome.
PRICE PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
g'anbesentbymail. Onevialwilllashamenth.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
R. CRUGER, Aomer,
;Wo.742 Broadway, %, Y.
}br Birts by Druggist Boerywhere-
-:o;--.......
seqUACKERY EXPOSED."
A valuable Medical Treatise on disease and
weakness ofthe SEXUAL ORGANS, by
A FRIEND TO THE PEOPLE
For Sale as above. Price 12 Cents-
Ohealdbe read by overybod7*
September 1, 1850. 17.
nwroarrunos.


T. II. CHAMBER)';
PIANO FORTES.
IESTABLISHED IN 182 *2
T. ChalBllel'S. PlaRO MABR-

braorlyd &Tb adDabois,
BTarooms in the "Bible 501180,"
or. Sth Street & 4tle AYeane,
NEW. YORK CITY.
7.1MI.i'"'dti'","'izore
B & a draular, with des4tion of
h 6 efprise. Sm.

'I'HE PARK
2'IAB INBURANCE COMPANY,
CA 8 11 .0 APITA L, *

$200 000.

O e *$ST BROADWAY, a.g
STREET
-.....
Tifis Company Insures Buddings, Merchan
pa nuclr eirdGar so PortRouse
geurallys on oB DK ePb
glOJIN BODINE, Vice President
AI. JAPPARY, Secretary.
k@EO* R. PAIRBAggg,

""*


for sals is St. Asyssthe by
B. E. CARR,
April 14-1860.
EGETABLES, Pas, Cora,&e. Ae.
see. a.,1sus


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,

808EroAd y No pork.
After May 1st, 1800 at 501 BROAD WAY two
doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.
The Stereescope is the most instructive, In-
resti gne tertuning, amusing, and exciting
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow-
ledNg ts we lie idl 2thout it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere-
It presouts to your view every part of the
world, in all the relief, boldness, perspective,
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
pPhotographers are, everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand arid the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are constantly enriching our stock.
we have an immense variety of paper Views
of see s in Paris, ondonBe ad'
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud

Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
ry .en 1 ni as e of I
minated Interiors of Palaces, churches, and
Cathedrals of France, Italy, ke., &c. The ef-
feet of these illuminated views is most remark-
able.
Every gentleman of wealth and refined taste
should have in lus drawing room some of our
exquisite views on glass, with a revolving stereo-


Anthony Instantaneous 8tereoscope Views
::e 2.:::

ra yd ISun
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un_
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instamaneous
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other things we have just published
Stereoscopic Illustrations of the Seene of the
Fulton street Prayer Meetings, in which man;
hearts feel an interest. The particulars of this
will be found in our catalogue.
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address onseceipt of a stamp.

d'EtleED:9

.. eg ne, (without instrument) can be
Partica who wish Lo lbe advised @ everything
really valuable inihelinethat comescyus. may
send us their names to place on record, and ws
wa kee thyrampo at on own ex nee. most
fascinating tud delightful amusement. We are
prepared to fit out mateurs irith everything
necessary for their success together with in-
structions **How to takeStereescoqpm pictures "
Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic
Materials, Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views.
& Merchants from every section of the
country are respectfully invitedto make an ex-
amination of our stock, as our discount to the
trade will be liberal.
ToP In oto grap In ers.-First class
stereascopic Negatives wanted,
Send by mail a print unmounted, with price
of Negative, 4m '


K E it O 8 ENEOILI
THENEWYORKKEROSENEOIL00.
(ESTABLISHED1854,)
Announce that, having made great improve-
ments inb annon a re Kerodseene, they are

A REDUCED PRICE.
The attention of customers is respectfully
called to the subjoined table, the result of a
photometrical ozamination, by Ed'd N. Kent
of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,


TeRe lho Tlle a ptxhootiTrado, by Mail or
aA By Agents
93 Pearl Street, N Y*
Kerosene is also to be obtained at thp Man-
afacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole.
sale Druggists, Grocers, Camphone and Burge
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealersin Lamps.
N. B.-KEROHENE is the trade-
*
mark of the Ecrosene Oil Co., and all
persons' are cautioned against using the
said trade-mark for other oils.
Oct. 15. Sm

18OO.


0
gregg,

BUTTER,

BEEF

PICKLES,

SUGAR,

SPICES,

TOBACCO,

SOAP *

PAILS,

FLUID,


DATES,
AND.
glan. 7.


IdEAL,

CHEESE,

PORK,

?RIPE,

I'EAS,,


EVORWHE.LT

LARD,

FISH,
.
QATSUP.

COFFEE,


FR:UITS,


IEGtAltS,


HIE '


FOTASII,
80DA,
PAILS, BROOMS,

CAMPRINE,
CANDLES,
JELLIES,
b lOS, PRESERVEs
3. E. CARR.


9
g a
FALL FASHIONS ARE 0177. .

reek tune a giginway
merciless showman every
body must have a new Hat i e
can afford it, and ever bod must kn 11
about the various kind of Ints in orde to
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing
from a stove-pipe down to a cheese, with Broad
.
":im, a reeummalit""!&'.?1.3"'x"o
Murphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, hunt?
Plug Ugly Swell Head Ventilators, Regulator.
and Tip Top, la fact every t ung over worn
I qj ni own tes ral rmanif
Nov. 12. T. NELSON


MERCHANT TAILOR.


esp t tr shiise 1
ad h 3es aTs a ji m de e
the my f hionab1 Goods, h as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, black Dos

a ad. as, s;
manship, for cash only.

HAVANA
4-y
Lat.W

N. RO GERO
( BENET 8 0 011N ER )
AS on hand overy leading Brand of the day
DeGiv5ehunacalland examineferyourselves

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
800Aeressituatedabout6milesfrom86.
Aug snine Flaizard ohe il at
bered with Live Oak fat for ship building, and
is adapted to the cultivation of any crops grown
In the southern country. Also 80 aores of Laud
eituated alg at 17 mles south of St. Augustine,
a place called Fish's. For further particulars
hatease, May%,M.. FERREHQ.


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