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 15, 1860
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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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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4 EQUALITY IN THE UNION AND NOTHING LESS.
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I.E.p.r....r, ,rs-JO1sito.theEstateof8ARAH
I J IE is. .LFE 1.. e of St. John's Cou
-1.........dcuresr-:.ps.r-d omakeimmediatepdy-
m.... ... =1.., (Jr. I-r-.e:ned. And all persons
"ar.,-oun.....,,nnas...s v.,,a. are required
I I we. r geyst Lett-anistras..r..Isr..n-paymout.
.1NNA M. DUMMETT.
ti El is:O 0.. Executrix.


I
EX mendm arter sue I sha l apply to the


1 ji -S*~-~YI~LIIIILL~LYC-~Y~Yi--L --ll-IIYI~


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O.N.PAPY, Pr0prieter*
HE Subscriber has the pleasure to announce
thathis establishment has recently un-

who have heretofore favored it with their Pat-
rcesage na n 110:- pecul..s.1_. somethe 4 ne.r.




e Ir idtbbe tr msmtohs lu In7d .,
selectedbyhimselfin the City of New York
without regard to expense and with as -:* = o
render the "FLORIDA HOUSE" without a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
The FLORIDA HOUSE is most advantagzous-




rdro i lel withe ad sees; th hous
each one hundred feetin extent, and protected
as to furnish a delightful promenade even in

in In i add a ad t m
ar oundb wingsin Imrfutraon furnished with
all ds of gatmeithisatTe nee I be found

polite, civil and attentive to all calls.
The Proprietor devotes his time and efforts
exclusively and unremittingly to enhance the
comfort and secure the satisfaction ofhns quests.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hitherto
extended to his house, he trusts to merit its
continuance-
Nov. 17 1860. Sm.


g supwanumear.is well tee anear.te-i narsalso
follow.uguerms:
One Dqllar for square, of twelve lines and
&#?, forthearatinsenion, and Seventy-Five
ends for each subsequent insertion,
1Yearly advertisers shall le limited to 611*


ii
co tr c84 dano .excess of
All advertisements not marked with the num-
of bi ,r des'r o will be continued
as mE Dollars illtbe charged for tall a
an Obituary notices, when they exceed six
lines id length will be charged for at advertise-
Contract advertisements payabled quarter
R
advertisementhlef mdstrangersAl ther w leLe
persons, paya wh alled for
consaderisd ducht xemouths - $10 00
one squ> eminess Cards, pr an - 10 (10
Plication for Letters of Administra-
App . ... - -*600
tion to Abtor and Credilors * 7 00
i atiouYor assuzanal as Adminis-
Al - 10 00
All bills for Job Printing, must lee paid
dedy vi the work
on he cry -

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
CircuitOourtfor the counties of Volusiaand
line r etlwE e r to 1 iand

Gily et. al. vs. Rufus K. Seawall and wife, Ihave
levied upon and will expose for sale at Susan.
e > a 1 s r slje hee 1
lowing described hand, to wit:-An undivided
interest of he Thousand three llandred and
Thycy-three Acres, beings.he third pa of ce
Est gr torlandeorastm ag \ 2 et to Bamuel

h ha :01 ul 1813 and confum-
The above sale is postponed until the 1st
Mo as le is postponed until the Irat
Monda in.Iun a is oned until the Arst
The postp
Monday in July.
The above sale is postponed until the fast
Monday in Augus .
The above sale la postponed until the first
Mondaytin September next. & until the first
The above saleis postpone
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in November next.
The above saleis postponed until thK fire
31onday in December next.
The aboresale is postponed until the first
monday inJw8nuar "postponed until the fast
Monday in February next*
The abore sale is postponed until the sirst
Monday in March next-
The above sale ioxt.postponed until the first
Mondayin Aprillne ned until the first

m by a ne postpo a until the faret
The above sale is postpone
mol ea unce is postponed until the faret
Monday in ly next.
The above sale is postponed until the fast
He ybxonveA 1 ti p tponed until the first
Monday in September next.
The above sale la postponed until the first
Mondes ion Oc be n .tponed until the Arst
vPsTs r a oned until the first
Monday in December next.
Aefing, Shed r VDrAVC @ty.
March 5th-1859.


For sale.
THE two Story Stone house
with let and kitchen &o., on
St. George Street, occupied

Wanr RE o whom ppUca ion may be
April.28,-1. tP



AREANTED White Batra for Family use
Belectedfor family Pastry Baking &c.
only 6blls. Rememmg. B. E. CARE.


GER CO No. TO Broad Street, New York
en .4 6... 2 em'ore-




A. & B 1 CD of Messrs
q,, t. the prain. .. son .....
year I to quessly p., 4.. ..6 J a as, a
voyswit decidedadvantagewheren diree-
tions have on followed. h is evide ly the
product of very careful dietillation--the active



thegi si the maketoand eltenhrer coe en
that "BININGER S OLDLONDONDOCKGIN"
s no a .useRealt good n iOiadisLpenuO

DeO1 nK comb8aempl allically under thiathe sod
Knick booker hopue8esare doing annah for the

COLTON sALT E, M. D-
8 West39th 8 et, N. Y.
"BININGER'SOLD LONDON DOCK GIN"
possesses all the qualities thateanbedesired for
this highest and isoblest use of 11 wines or
liquors. Its ingredients are the disfilledjuices
of carefully selected g skins, made delicately
pungentandflavorouswiththearoinatietincture
of the juniper berry. Ag(lias mellowed all
these mingled aromas, audgiven and exquisite
mildness-a smooth oily body-anddn almost
florst odor to the liquor, which renders it dati-
eieus to the senses of smellandtastealike, while
its sparking liquid purity leaves nothing for the
.eye to desire. -
In conclusion, the writer must remark that
MESSEL A. M. BININGER & CO., 19 Broad
street Y. T. merit the gratitude of the entire>
medical profession, as wells of the world ad
la'bef haavi gin ucedd stimiulose ofsuch
both as preventive and curative agent, and a
harmless exhilarating beverage.-(Chemical
e man a clo.cassue.

.

LAND Of f is.T. ST AUGUSf iNIN PLA.,
December 1 1860.



he undersigned having been appointed
Commissioners to hear and decide under
instructions of the Geheral Land Office, All mat.
ters respecting such claims to land withm this
district as conse wnhin the provisions of the
act of Congress approved June 22nd 1860, en-
titled an 190 forte final adjustinentolPrance
Landulailusinche States of florida, Louisiana
and Missouri and for other purposes" are now
prepared to receiveau such chims as have not
been hitherto decided from any former board of
Commissioners, or Courts wituin this District.
Parties having claims or their legal represen-
tative'must produce a written claim or tutle,
teo urce ud rmo thabstract of I.itle and
The expence of procuring witnesses musi'bo
borne by the claiment, and shouldit be found
necessary to compel the attendance of witnesses
they will be duly Summoned at the request of
parties by the U. 8. Morehat
ERA E th e ei .
& Jacksonville Sundard Gojiy 8 times,
December,1180 sy,


Inland Route
groa
ORABLESTO N, S. C.

Picolate, Jacksonville and all Landings
on 176 GRivers Pe in As-

a fort & 0,
THE SUPERIOR IRON STEAM
PAOut*






CAPTAINs FENN PECK.
Will leave Palatka every Monday night at 12
o'clock.
Willleave Picolataevery Tuesday mghtat 2
1 i 11 .acksonville every Tuesday night

2 Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday night at
ill 1ka e vannah every Wednesday night
1 o'clock P. M'
RETURNING
Willleave Charleston S. C. Sturdy 9 o'clock
A- %*
ARRIVING
At Palatha Fla. Monday Eveningh
TEASDALE & REID
Sept. 1, 1860 am. .


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PPLICATION will be made to the next
General Assembly of Florida, for a char.
ter ofa Company to facilitate the Exporting
to and Importing from Foreign countries, under
unars of the Southern Export and Import
July 28, 1860,

CREAT CURIOSITY.

WE bave one of the greatest curiosities and
most valuable inventions in the known
lb),fMhiclkage-wants..agenta. everywhere,
partilcu ana tL Biddeford, Maine.
Nov. 3 1860. St

TH ENE WSPAP.E R OF TH E
sourn.
The Charl65tOH HereRPy.
gives the latest and most reliable political, com.
alercial and general uews from all parts of the
world. Its special correspondents furnish by
Mail and Telegraph, full and early accounts of
everything of interest that transpires in the
great cities ofEuropeand America.
The HOWS Of the $QHtil receiVOS

Spetial RitentiOR.

Riitical y, the M Rouxrr rdesentstheState
unionof the Southern States in maintaining
their security.
Daily Mercury, 1 year in advance; $10,00
Tri-Weekly 6,00
ordNo paper sent unless the cash accompanies the
2, 13. RHETT
Nov. 10 1860 charleston c.

J. V. Hernandez.

MERCHANT TAILOR ,
has just returned from Savannah, with a fresh
and elegant Stookof goods, which he is prepared
at tto order, m the most fashionable and
Decem 1

PflVRie EOrding,


a me a ebonwi so neecaecafoa

I bscriber oms g mt"
Dee. 8 0. L. RIDGELY,
1860. .


NOMOO.




day December 15th 1860, at 7 o'Clock P. M.,
to nominated Candidate for election onthe22nd
of December of a delegate from the 17th Senato-


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Pers F v Oharm.
For 1.4 prevent.->r. h ours as fe:Fer and
Age, red [,1,... tear. .Anne s.****xrial in -
o..*.J anz-.bs....ganI.,us gg.1.1thein<-
ear.I peopp'sts.'s10 us k.. -s I,...r..inagree
***********d" -
I*. g*.r.gemer get usage, ha ss-
pe.I.rs-:rdisasse...utri ..a.-i-Jgism.-
Urann*.using I.,- a n, one .4 she Llodt-
ra.... e. In .as hn p an warer n...o
***V-aults.=.ssaid? e. 11 reauch you. .4

alan I tand u nt. erli:em I pr Assuran from hil
room ..us a n.pse.} 4.r. qJ.e foured ti.* 11.*




ea 2 e a on IPl. m. .un.
or us..ch. His corop us.J.11 fr.- -s....ihrrul
virtues of this article have induced a full be-
liefinthe minds of the nativesin the miracu-
lous healing powers of their Priests*
Since his return to America, it has been tried


E 0 E
rathe on c. .. 2 ..3are ofo
to the American people.
< it c abr sue o ee 6 r ]mid, with full
Pr pal epot and Manu a ol y, 1k83. Mala
mine Building, Neir Y N & GO.

July 14 1860. t y.

Asaa Ts w Az Tso

0Tery COunty of the United

Mgfgg

TO enga in the le of t8eome of the sodand
a gently p ed.
chaur publicatunas are >f the most interesting
Mecg r, adap e wants o e Farmer,
anic and Merchant; they are published in
to best style and bound in the most substantial
manner, and are wdoi l Lprlace in the Librar7
ery
h *IL. To men of enterprise and industrious
abus, this business offers an opportunity for
pro ble ex oyme Idomto with.ill
receive promptly by malfull par.icu ps, terms,
&c., by addressing
No.22L j1 So areCe I I in.
-
SEND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF
9

ILLUSTRATED

LA DY'S NE W S-
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A *
THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISK-
ED IN THE UNITED STATES.
Specimen numbers sent, post- on th
paid, e e-
coxpt of a three cent stamp. *
J. H. BEYAM & CO.,
112 South Third Street,
Nov. 8. Philadelphia, Pa.

PAINTS AND OILS.
INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentine,
Zinc Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass
Puay, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Chrowne
Red, Prussian Blue, Paint Brushes.
Sept. 15* B. E. CARR*
-----
GUAVA JELLY.
N Boxes. Olives, Capers, Pickles, Mustard,
CurzRed PeqexPre ec8h le it ljitty;g
Sardines, fresh Salmon Rice Water, Bay Rum.
Nov. 17. B. E. CARR.

FLINT CORN,
OO Bags for Hominy. Cow Peas for table
Nue 17 B. E. CARR.
-

Mexioan Muatang Ment.

whintri in tuealaonetcouhidinsuroerth uccess

a Sp a o ri 1, !re g

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article ever performed so many cu e m ouo
neighborhood as this. L. W. SMITH, Ridge-
feld, Conn." 8. Lancu, Esq., Hyde park, Vt.,
ice a n uco sidea o -
o agL us baye so aff



nl in8ethMonusg 2t th sold y all respectable
BARNES & PARK, o rietors New-York.


r. I e r er
el m..r. ItI to .-0.1 Convens..n b
in I J ni t.e .5... r .r ,0. Is ar. 11. son ral c
rzes or treastrat.- .0 II.IRL*.11,1ilt UstN
TY-tECONDDAY OF DECEMBER, A. JA 1860
and the Judges of Probate are herebyinstruated


en
ofth on waxazor I have herennto set
my hand, and caused to beatlized the great
a it 1, ien ee t'lo alla nee 6 f
30th day of NovemberS1j* RRY,

Attest: F. L.YILLEPIGTEm c o State.
A Act to Provide for CaHing a
SORYeation of the htate of
Florida.
gECTION 1. 8 ft ef3&Cled by the Anate and
House of Representatives of the State of Florida in
General Assembly convened, That a Convention
of the people of the State of Florida is hereby
ordainedtobeassemblediathecity ofTally
hassee, on Thursday, the third day of Jangary,
Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and
aixty-one, fortheptarpose of taking into con,
sideration the dangers incident to she position
of this Statein the Federal Union, established
by the Constitution of the United States ofAme-
rica, and the measures which may be necessary
and proper for providing against the saxae, and
to amend the Constitution ofthe State of Flori_
da, so far as the same, in the judgment of said
Convention, may be necessary, and thereupon
skseuYearethdaettshe CqmmonwealthofFlorida
--Sm. 3. Be it further enacted, That an elec.
tion flfYddfierser the said Gonvention shall
3' attba a 3eralsdles on a musiida ship
December. Anno Domini'tighteen hundred and
as and el-- el et...n any) r..s.ggyued ;
staf-k.
8 rmmem ero r erbal mob e
8. Be E further enacted, That each Sen-
atorial District in this State shall be entitled to
te; =;.,:,*;;6 p e esne io
the lower Rouse of the General Assembly shall
be entitled to elect the same number of mam-
bers to the said Convention to which said coun-
ty is entitled in the House of Representatives
of the General Assembly, and where two or
more counties together constitute one repre-
sentative Districtin the General Assembly, then
said counties shall together be entitled to elect
the same number of members to the said Cou-
vention to which they are emitted in the House
of Representatives of the General Assembly.
The members of use said Convention shall be
entitled to the same pay and mileage allowed to
the members of the General Assembly, and all
en ofs a steo flor gi e detos
Convention.
SEc. 4. Be it further enacted, That should any
vacancy occurin the said Convention, it shall be
the duty of the several Judges of Probate of the
county or representative Ulstrict from which
5 aTiano% ,dging it ea no is earno
Sac. 5. Be it further enacted, That a majority
is, Conven ion abat be a quor o to
incur such expenses as may in their opinion be
necessary, which expensea shall, upon use cer-
Mitcaldeoflt President of the said 'iouventio

and paid by the Treasurer; and the ordinances
of said Convention shalf be the supremulaw or
the State of 4orida, anything elsewhere to the
us,. ar.,>. "i.ea, za., es. as.,-
:::: ;;ti g; -aggjig

p r n a ye hatus-
ther n in as will, in his opinion, eque use


nd e on TP m
18 comberr 8 1860. *

g gag MOITNTAIN MILITARY
sonoon,
YORKVILLE, 8 0,



mat Cha cal course is added. For
MAJ. M. JENKINS
CA A. ColYA Principals,
December 1 18 RD. bw.




On the third Instant., a house
ment/Nm HNu81otinen a
marks of a blister on his fore..
head, about 30 years old, had a
p us to go to Palatka which expired on the 8
December issoftSpoken,
A suitable reward will be paid on his being
lodgedin JaiL
G. R. FAIRBANKB,
Dec. 8 1860,


Amna rator. .


Nirr ? I 80


E Hd o n tARh
ting, or allow n extsonan ilite in
my name..ne after h1sda aim uny of his eam-

in ct.om an d ste. H. L.1HART,
_ m.



LL debated to th
A sm?"rd"NGLE dbeensedeaEe ne
tedtomakeimanediatepaymerittotherundersig
ed. And all persons h4ving claims against t
said Estate are required to present the same
within two years, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their payment.
WILLIAMSTARLING,
Administrator.
Oct, 18, 1860. 8w.


LANKETS, BEDS. BEDDING, BOLSTERS
Pillows, Hair and Moss Mattresses Bed-
atends, Bureaus Tables, Chairs Washstand,
Lamps Dining Tables, Looking Glaces, Brass
Fenders, Shovel 4 Tongs Andirous, assyted
Curtain Shades, stacks, Rocking Chaxrs,
Feathers. Hair, Moss.
Nov. 17. '-- B. E. CAER.
..

g

Nthestreetbyaservant a goldring. The
owner can obtain it by calling on.
G. C. GIBBS
Eli 13, 1800, -

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TH STEASER


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E. R. IVES Oaptain
ILL leave Dr. Hartridge's Wharf, Jack-
sonville, at eight, o'clock A. M. on
Tuesday, Fridays and Sundays, For Palatka
and Intermediate Landings.
RETURNING.
Will leave Palath at six o'clock A. M. on
Monday, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TOUCHING AT INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
And connecting at Picolata with Stages for
St. Augustine at One o'clock P. M. on the Up
Tr \q@ldso /r ulon the Down Trip.o Mid,
dleburg and intermediate landings, leaving
it!""???uell'f,""f''tot?"fythi..ix
AGENTS-T. HARTIDGE, Jacksonville
JOSEPH FERREIRAPicolata, '
W. S. HARRIS, Toooi.
DU a biddleb
Nov. 8. 1860. urg.1y.


PFOCIRIRatioR Of EleC.

tiOR.
PROBATE OFFICE Dec. 8, 1860.

AN Election will be held on Saturday the
,o,".'"f::&#',?? (.it: ";; as
... aat. c..v.,

enthi ad a January asse 1 ur
or a cr1t.to et
a lan got led totinot p
said Convention. The following persons are

1"},"!""#'." "i""tol" a.
Court liouse--John 8. Purviance, James at
gi*;bal Brave
of Jos. C..Merreira---Mathew Soutna, Edwin



y or Orange Mills Pr Mills-E. C. disapkins, Peter Maurers, Come-
has Dupont.
For Moth Town Precino6=-Election sh aRolls
Town-.. G. Sibley, Gideon YelvingLion, Jou.
Cirooma.
1 or Id endence Preno Blaiod abthe

Eur Trout Creek Prectact-Eleolion as
m r8to cek Ford-James A. Minider, 2nd
Polls to be opened at 9 A. M. and to be-
closed at 5 P. Al. The said Electwo shak be
governed by the same rules, and returns shall
be made in the same manner prescribed by law
for election for members of the General Assea
bly of this State.
J.1'O, PHILLIPS,
De*, 81860 Judge of Preby


Sept. 22-1860. rialDistrict to the CONSTITUTIONAL CON-
BLACK AND GREEN TEA. VENTION to be held at Tallahassee on the 3rd
day of January 1861. And the citizens of St.
FRee v ad lot I c ack, Old di ti a 3oine

same Convention.
JUST RECEIVED. AS. R SANCHEZ'
HE Subscriber has a couple of plows for OPAULDING'S prepared Glue, for imnlediate GEO. C. GIBBS.
sale cheap, received from New York; one k. use, Choxce extracts for flavorrog, van
emait-steel, the other east-iron. I.emonVanilla, Orange, Raspberry, Strawber FOR SALE.
ALEX MANN. ry, Almond&o. also Paregoric, Elixir of Opium
Oct. 18, 1860. Mustang Linament, Bay Rum, Beidlets Pow. goodyounghorsefor Sale cheap
1 ders, Congress Water, Epsom Salts, Castor Oil, Well broke to the paddle, eart
MAPLE BUGAR,---Jast reeeBired. Senna, Gumarabie, Mace, Cloves, Cassis. and August 19, 5. GABR, Sept. 16. 3, R. CAga fice. Nov.17 1860,


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ST. AUGUSTINE. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY, FLEORIBA, SAT'BURDAbY, DEOEMBERL 15, 1800


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PRICE OF BUBSCRIPTION:


STATE OF FLORIDA.



PROCLAMATION
SYHI. PERRY,
QOVERNOlt OF PLOlglDA
FOr 8 COHV6At On of the People.
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Lincoln's Home O

oo no t $1 r lo r rd 4
not only for the reason the it scored? I
I ly with our own sellied conditions, but
for slie reason also that is anates t
tirepen of onsof our was w rshy Citi
grown yeaerable id years anti- comossed.
ileg a large sharlof our re sper and admir.
ation. We take this ocessigneto state t!ilst
we have already given publull to the ob- *
noxious article from the "Uhi ago Dem& ,*
crtrs" but do so agalo, at theerogness of the
goodeman,-with much pleasus., and will
, take care clist, it shall- havir an extensive
eiroulation in the County of Sk Joho"s.

M. R. ANDRElJ 1.54- Sir; gg
close you a e.7rJ'lroan the (ia. De .
orge, Lincoln's Home Organ which a
probably the magainsultingphine of Bra-
do ever uttered by an abolitionscondreL
has gives character and importance to is
17thefact of its bein from Lincolo's
mouth peice And of cour e utters h ti-
ments Is it nothisportant that evey man
in our Country who calls himself a fnfb.



beyond all pace, his PitEEDOM sad
181 RTY Surely if we are not alrea3y
slaves this should app..21 to
:... a ..au ...(manhood ye oppho e
=F an courage and
impell us all go rise in .aur mighs and
throw off the chailuisheek me b.,,.Jing su.
to the earth,

The election is over and Lincola la elee-
ted, by a larger majority of the popular vote
tha wuesTanti ted, ad by the electoral

Thus, not only line the cons Inmation
which tholdre-enters of the South have Gr
years proc aimed as the inevitablesprqlude
to disunion been attained, but the>job has

hdt Ilyoaeffectualle e upletel da

en t .theNhorth antthe shnull

a le n
pidsece ioni locanno fail to I sr.
the slave oli aerchy, "We will endure say to
insoleneu, so r you t ranny beh.ar w

peneedetoo ur dif to id d ithey
dared to carry out our convictions of rigl c,
at the ballot bqi, and elect a mart who
uki no b wdheFk5bso n, as who


in the belief that is would become 6mily
extine havelworn that if 19e darld to




ceaudremain 01 nt n, en a
decently, you shitil enjoy your e mstitutional

ere she very man u whe nitempts
dearly, will be h a high as H
We will have no foolingabout-this matter
BT HE NAL! an UnioN Must in


mSuch is the Isotorezead by the peopleof
Tuesday. And w whose 11 threat 0
ry do about it?
Will they eat dirt? Will they take bnek
all they have said about disunion, a South-

e yr nee e a leth
of thing? What will the Yanceys, the
Rhetts, the Keiths,.the J4ff. Davises, and
al IAadonoble army of traitora do? To

'f the Hdge wilikWise, thedoub champion
cover his inglorious retreat. Where is the
army with which he was to march on
Washington, and seize the Federaloisy ?
ba he chiva y will eashadirt. They will
how. The bes onevecould w I
andbrag and blushr. John 3roini ind his
a n men were enoughite arright the

out of .1 r rsecom n holid as a
queried prov nee until reca.prbrid by the
Federal tJo 5, arid ta this day John
Brown a gh. In more terrible than an army
writ libauraq. ,ban use eyesof overy dour.lsorn

"' th re just ch rhess S ecome unuf *
was. They are wonderfg hands at brag.
aging800 teilagTarl $1081 188, I W 508 it
comes to nation, cour, thorn out
Ai. if to add the Irass esp-stone to sha 48
absurdity of dission blusterthe telegraph
yearerday brought us the news that also
Legislature of Sanch Carolina on Tuesday
eleased her Presidential eleolors, and they
had concluded to postponearmitythe State
until they bad ascertained that Lit coln was
reallyefectid! Pourdhvilel Thesmallesh
kind of a knot hole will b.o suf5views for
them to orawl through now."

What Georgia WillDoP
The Augusta Chromide says:-Now,
when Georgialiptirli her elatiodewitrike
other hates of the Republic, ishe will dois
alone, by herself and for herself. Shedis-
dains to ask for, or to wait for,-.any co.
operation with any other sovereignty,
When ishe goes out of the Union, alept
January, she will be a offolar.atal Ra.
.pablio.


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.' SATlilRDAY. DEO.,15,1860.
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d du u o a not tka, 1
il Avoustin EXAMDIRR, 486 WillYOCeivesub-
,i scriptions, make collections, and receipt fct the
s same.

. THESECESS 1 ON
OF THE

snuarnonx n.

s -o-
o THE DISSOLUTION

( OF THE
e UNION
- I *
e, .

THE FORMATION

OF .
o SOUTHERN FEDERACY.



importantpublio documents.
- Hon. B. A. Putnant.
4t is a source of much pleasure to un to
r b enabled to 8 ate hat, this Gentleman is
r w e present momentous

me ndlle giv s sas his bel eossi 1 ee
tinue together, owing to incompatibility of
sentiment, and that our only hope of pr*-
t serving our rights and liberties is in an
immediate withdrawal from the present
Union, and the formation of a Southern
s Uonfederacy.
, The County COBYention!
- We cannot omit calling the attention of
our fellow Citizens to this subject, and
- urging upin them the importance of
a full attendance upon this meeting
of, the people of St. t John's and
e Patnam Counties at the Conrt House in
this City to-night, Saturday 15th at 7
t o'elpok, for the purpose of cominatius
Delegates to represent the 17th Senatorial
District and the County of St. John's in
. the Constitutional Convention, which will
- convene at Taillabassee on the 3rd day of
January 1861.
In view of the imminent peril by which
our people are environed, the State Con
mention is empowered to see that, "the
State of Florida shallanifer no deriment
We abould be prudent in the choice of
men who will be wisein Council and reso-
late in action---determined that our gal-
last State shallbe among the foremostin
asserting her reserved rights and maintain-
ing them by ftave of arms if necessary.
That Florida will sever the fetters sought
to be fastened upon:her by her enemies, is
no longer a question of doubt. Her peo-
f plewilitakethe.step fearlessly, nor will
her sons, true to her soil, stop a moment to
- appoulate upon the consequences. Let us
therofereattend this Goody Con rention, at
which it is believed we will pil be of (ine
mind, and at while also, tre phall in all
probability have the.plesilure pf listenipg
tel the Counsehi of soWrof our best mes-
therefore COME ONE, COME AIAs,
- without distinction of party.
Ausr ORDER.---Brevet. Spoond Lieut.
t Frank Huger, 3d Infantry, has authority
to dela reporting at Governor's Island
l she 16things.


.*7 Efley *

e Montehoury I cong.ir.sa lear
m on. FI,. Y.faey in reply ru
-
S Scothislrintr iqf.r.**Ilks in rcy.r.1 to
a a nineff :*t al.* former genile.rns
#Use kad;d 'C'c 11.4 a br .fe hqJ
Writ in a **"t of II.. rites
.
hf a III.ek n its Presid. at .16 One
...er ......ggest, who all holli c.IT terre.2
,,,..,,,4.0 we gign porties of the letter.
ohat in that basis? It is to be four
in ado truths. The first is the seco
neitiap amounced Fby thym in
d
,, ...u:, si.... ...Ir..Int,: liberty and tl
punit df4uPpaness) government are a
stillited among men. deriving thfig powe
from II..* c..r.e. c.r of the governed; fl'

e ti v of I is n *
e people tb alter or y.1;ol.:1. it, and 1..9
1
ate a or wh....a.an... or.- e.u nash pird.ipks, no rganiser
pw.-nsMranoh form as to sht
n. n as I;kely indiset slack a ty at

cond es'sts ir. 11.* character of 11
eken*, a whis.h they it.*ntated. Th



n determining the character has gover
uent.
Those who conistituted and i
were States-egnal in dignity and rat
bower-r unemand in numbers and powe
Each Sarac erit to the convention as man
delegates sait saw proper---but each Stat

leaTI ,nh ent, shows tha
b
the re .reseninsis .. r.re e->lb8tuchmen etin
the pes to olhatje are to be chose
sh so a -ma (1,..( ea. L 1...] nr. c.ju
r
v. ice iia rho Senate-rbat **er.el, Star, a n
r
pan so su i ".nr rn a trd,

etc., w e. ro ea as Pr 4.dent **N. w ste
.
to n *1 a slinl< .

fo f @.8 < 1 mandR nts

;e, :- 04

poweis not delegated-to the United State
by the Constitution, but prohibited byit t
*

igi'9u'"',E
Pbe a the majorityand min prity of th
people to the Union, but between the re
gapective States in the Union. There ar

inhdb3n w t
Territories. The only peoplein the Union
he exercise its power mn vxone t




e ey dlto}sthTU i SUn on
but, w the people ofeacho8 e ion sether

drafted the Constitution required it be
submitted to several States, for adoption o
rejection. Each State considered it fo
w
If hen ningo dope t ,


adbo ted to dm to e hi eenM ig b
States. Eleven did adopt it, by separate
State ordinances, and the government wen
Into actual operation. It had been in
n
a sand dbsefroreNorth Caro i
the Union, and when they came in, it wa
done simply by a State ordinance of each
declaring the assentofeach to the Constitu

to ene points and facts, are conclusive
upon my mind to show that this govern
ment is a compsot between Borereign
States.
To tog b declaration othIndepe ine

at this governma "deTrenust pde
from the consentof the governed,"and tha

dest oth otm eig em en com
"
the peopletoa7A+it,"arid that "thep9ople
who have thatright, in this form of govern
mefat, are and were understood by our fore
o
6trb toabe *t peop o the tate'h h
ag**The rigTp' thus solely declared in
the Declkration of Independence, was
clearly not the bloody right of revolution
merely. That was no newly discovered
Ismo right.-nonewly declared principle
as endms an cond r'
and its oppression. The rightNo struggle
f.srezistence with power, was hardly the
sacred principle our ancestors designed to

is 0 e e add( toofbbeibpma
incalented a great human right, thqt they
inedeated alsoon assent to its exercise, and
itssy part of their posterity ever availed
it in is hofano "bight'dth2 nee.o

respect it, sad had no "right" to oppolie its
exercise, IIsving also framed a g6vern
ment "deriving its just owers from the
consent of the governed, whenever "the
people thtgave that "consent," deem such
$~dnen Mdan mornede 0 vtd
people to alter," if etomacerses,
2be question then arises, how shall they
zercise that right, so as to make it con
sistant with the peape and rights of the
people" of sooh other States as may no
agree with them? The answer is to be
()god in the opinion of one of the original


4 riceu Sides, which tu ratifying the can


I a u no
tl Constitution the State of New York
a nong other things declared: "That the
power of the government may be reassumed
e
thenpeoyde wh asja n s;mavdbecom
power, jurisdiction and right, which is not
by the said Constitution clearly delegated
to the Congressof the United Statesor the
departments of the government thereof re.
manus dher i tesege nS 1

to whom they may have granted the same,
ke." Rhode Island unidea similedeclara-
tion, and so old Virginia. The govern.
s
I a1la n od" dfs atlp llUt #rzthu
ding of these decientions. i... -1. of th o
States were received into the Union wTI
this avowed interpretation, and no dissent
fromit has ever been given by the consti.
t
] 0 tabe a rt atle tl isU pound i
as to the right of "the people" a State to
ure-assume" the powers gran to the Un-
ionwheneverinitsjudgement it may be
necessary to their happiness," is 6 right

udre or forups
r perseeat or ght in it. L us w ch r -


Wait a While!

wh n idestr thaSt est}' n h
eyes of the Civilized world are on us, wait*
ang to know after the pledges made, wheth-
er or not we will not, or whether our pledges
are only words used for Runcombe,.that
we ilhould find in our Conununity those
who still adhere to the once Union, by cry-
ing Wait! Wait! Wait! And fcr what?
Will the gentlemen who advocate such a
position, explain and tell us why we abould
wait? And for what we should wait? Is it
for the purpose of fair promises, or is it to
have us so bound hapd aud foot, tongue
nd tuin t lim dare no expressset90
some reen on
to have a fanatical isorde of "Black Aboli-
lonist," sent dowly to keep us in order;
and to see that the once Freemen of a

Stouthen State can low their bidding? Is
sla purpose o aving ourse vas on-
ved and our children the boardsmen or
our"Northern" nibsters? Isit to seek4
few years ofppace and have our LibertY
torn from us, and trampled-under foot, and
ours< s bus 3,0 r women desarged, and



an c als db Ildown toth I it to fig
age eir on
cast population, and spread contamination
moutr midst? Ts it to cause the blush of
is'.ame to rise with those who are denrer to
us than our lives? Is it, to tribute to a

am 2 od anidth telr f Tri r isthattth
philanthrophy is so predominant a feature'
that we should. olasp to our arms slaves,
and invite them to our Homes, to enjoy the
e entertainmous of their erudite

Ipena8 id le )ir is to diamfearbhns
Secession of action, has so completely para-

"",d men a raot be u8rtiHp "sir b at
longer time, ere yet the shackles are

**.'to*:"'i"::""f ia "" "I ":
give us counsel, (though not to wait) and

ourd Y ung men buckle on their armok
our a tlxanS to
m on, we must, we shaH beyidorious.
A Protest,
We enter this our solemn protest

ai atmpt of a in numbei inf
any kind ofoompromise with the Abolition-

o r cla ve ad not no


the part oto our del pr miaPVhat righe

State of Florida now that, in her Sover
eign onpacity, ahe is on the eve of passing
upon the momeatous questions involved in
this controversy?
TVith a few worthy exceptions to the

ance in t ei inn
als who have brought this trouble to our
docrs, looking to their own advancement
rather than the just and equitable admints.
traction of the Government
Therefore we say once for all to our dele.
nation: Gentletcen where are your cred.
entials, by which you are empowered to
enter into any infamous scheme of compro.
mise with the Black Republican party?
Show your papers, will you? And should
you attempt to exercise a right not delega,
ted to you, it will be well for you to pass
by St. John's County incognito.
BRbmission,
there is something so thoroughly odious in
the term, that we feel perfectly sure there
is not a single individual in the whole of
Florida who, understanding the principles
involved in amean Contemptible Submission
to the Government of the United States, as,
likely to be administered' by those who
have no regard for the rights of the Citizens
of Florida, will for a single moment doubt
or hesitate as to the propriety of a manly
resistanch to the rule of (aneh am place so
light an estimate upon the anothy of art
oath, or the binding efficacy ofa written
Constitution.
Have they not repudiated the Constitu-
tions of their, and our forefathers ? Bave
they not pronounced it a Covenant with
bell, and a league with death ? What op.
probriam havetheynoteast upon it and
upon us of the South ? Must we still sub-
mit ? }To, NEVER. "The argument he
14040 exhausted let us stand to our arms I
God defend the right. If we baye failed
of justice, and a faithful and im artial
administration of thoqGoveranspapP then
let us conquer those who deny it to us,
by a peappable withdrawal from the govern.
owns that is becoming (aggerous to us,
Freemen of Florida, on the 22nd day of
December A. D., 1860 will decide by the
ballot that they know their rights and
Navying dare maintain shelp,"


A Sufficient Reason for Sked-

We abould do no a we are slot fully
justified in doing. Floride should not Se.
cede from the Union without cause. Has
she suitseledt reason fof Soceding? Yes
many of them. We will give one which
is alone, without Any other, suffwient to
case her people to sever all connecting
with the General Agent 'er Government.
Florida contributsis, through her Custom
IIou'ses annually prolmbly, A million dollars
to the support of the Government of the
United States. That Agent or Govern.
ment has promised Florida, that she
should have protectionfor her Citizens and
their property any where and every where,
wherever the Flag of the Union is unfurl-
ed to the breeze. Does Florida receive this
protection for her Citizens and their prop.
erty? .Not at -.ll \\hr. ene dr her 0,<..
zens to visit a Northerth a State. sub n.s
gg., a as,,..; would be taken from en
q
bythelocallawoftheStateandde >>uld
lie murdered primprisonediall rob.toli
ty, if he resisted it. Does *(he General
adowsrnmentinterp..se to ent...rre its prous.



sl Government. Is not this reason suffi.
eient to cause the people of Florad.s to rep-
udiate that Government?
The Necessities for Beoession on the
Increase.
We find that Judge Black the law oill-

raof Buch nan's 0 binet IsasSddi
from the Union, and that he has been nom-
inated by Mr. Buchanan as the successor
of Judge Taney, Chief Justice of the Sn-
preme Court of the United States; and the
probability'is, he will be confirmed by the
Senate. Are we to have a Chief Justice

queo istgresa earn tu in ri ie n

ofo go u t as
ed b me is n wa

greatly increased. We want no consolida
fed government, and we want no man to

a eui flnunce oso inliobpe towh
plain and simple rights from political con-
siderations, or worse still pecuniary con_
siderations. We will have none anch let

us read from such a government. Let m
RALLY RALLY] I RALLY!!
Tonight the 15th let skere be a gath-



tance-it is to sh to tlawe 'l'darb' d

as a viper to a-that in daring we will do,
and in doing ye ask no odds but from
those that isre Flesh of our flesh, and Bone
of our bones. So coke one, come sil, and
les Woman too, with her devoted Patriot-
ism and6Chearingesmile be there to add a


ag. The President intimates pretty
strongly that Revenue laws are to be en-
forced nothwithstanding the States Seodde
from the Union. Unless we are much
mistaken in the temper of the people this
measure will be rather dillicult so carry out.
One thing is sure and that is that, "Taxa-
tion without Representation" is as odious
now, as in the days of PATRICK HEitlRY;
and when attempted to be practiced upon
the descendants of those who once put itun-
der foot, the probability is they will do as
their ancestore did-put it under toot again.
The Southern Conservatives Twitted
. by Vermont.
Those gentlemen.at the South who de-
eire to build up Union parties upon the
presumption that the Northern States will
repeal-their albraonal Liberty Bills" and
remove this unconstitutional obstacle to the
enforcement of the Fugitive lave Law have
receitrett an answer to their Six Colqmn
SPEnt htB and 14tr@ [FOB [ 0 &TaglSidlilFS
of l aru.onr abasis E.a. refused to repeal the
law of this State complained of. Ly again
gentlemen, better luck next time.

The lett raTf th dsn eu hed gentle-
man, now being published in the Havannah
Resos, to Mr. Stephens, are a most com-

a st e b dr tol o m
islature, which we regard as nothing else
than the programmer of Douglasin Georgia '
Stephens deserves a very quiet retirement
and we think the people of that State will
give hitu.his deserts.
I)ay Booke
We recommend our follow citis;eDs to
call at the post pdice and subscribe for (1458
excellent Journal. It has no superior to
the United States, and no man will read is
without being amply repaid for his time
pad money.


na., agive place to the and stirri 8

til 0 a r
the glorious position she has taken, we
would modestly suggest that a few more of
the same kind of favors will always be so-
emptables
-
To Our Women.
Mr. EDITon:-Why is is that my fair
Countrywomen of "St.. Augustine" abould
stand Woof in thib exciting time? when all
around as are urging their Husbands,
Brothers, and Lovers to defend us, is it
time for us to hesitate? NO. If we have
no voice in the general council, its at
least in our more modest and quiet way,
urge those c. e. whosr. v.e have influence to
A0T- -and or at urs.:e ..MI nobly. flave
we n.:-r.uay C'..s jryusum a, no u.ub-h ot stake
so rhea a syd caus.; as she scun.en of **(.'ar-
also.>, -s.'e...r, ,"' br **.11.6 nui "' or is is
.1,ecidea .....re gem-II sun essare .La beam
up.0 asth.a we Livebbe.:-sue enersand
It our, than as West at ames we should be
heard, (soine.%rtisfy Baohelor might say
our voices send 60.1 at House) if not on



way not 111r 1)'mrom / Does was she Poes
*'=1 &
"'TisWoitan's siniles that Hall our earesto rest
Dear Woman's charms that give solite in zest."

And if so, Woman's thought expressed
to the sweet duleet tones that they alone
ca comment a cit al"cbre impo two

song. 80 do not let is he idle, but don
our armor, if galy the "Ur>wline" and out
amongst the foe to battle with persuasive
eloquence until we have them conquered-
It is not our Dear Brethree of the North
we wish to conquer, but our own home
folks, our own "Floridiana," dearer to a
than all others, those who we can ask to

r woeu o whoseFwinsandow

1 tob h & A mi
off with your Blue, White and Red handle
no longer the emblem of a Poe be seen on
our O ats; with a lly to the right eSuse,

first-our State right or wrong-our State
always, and with it the fair and brightest
gems the Greater of the universe has ever
assed6arist--de rw on o '



to I a ve a B d er nobl


and we a G iD1.

This State is regarded by isoine as doubt
ful in reference to her action. We enter
tain a different opinioff based entirely up-
on the course taken by her Executive and
Legislative authoritids. A Convention has
en called to assembleoon he let mond

fade for the purchase of arms. The LeE:
islature refused to go into the
election of a Senator in place of Mr.
person, whose term expires on the 4tly
March, and Mr. Toozabs has resigned.
Thus do we discover a manifest intention
upon the part of this great State to assert
and maintain her independence. Why
argue that Georgia is doubtful? Simply
because one ofDouglas's orneles has spok-
en? Judge Law, one ofthe Electorson the
Bell and Everest ticket, has taken the field
for immediate State action-who is greater
of the two?
8. W. GAULT.
This gentleman, as will beseenby his ad-
vertisement, has returned to our Cit and
will remain a few weeks. Person d irons
car See in goo kea b gh

recommended as an artist.

the Bank of Fernandina.

OF 958 O MS MS 8IEFObbillay Sp-
prehension whah may isave been erested
so the minds of shese gentleman who aral
base moneyto less, an reference to the
ability of the above named institution to
redeem its isshne so we give. place to

Ihe r cenFdoin this dit "r, of the Company
to a J.
FERNANDINA, $1&, $07. 29411 1880. -

me tWr. L are oi
lating tdze report in Augustine that this
Bank has suspended specie payment, I
learned farther that maherone lessers had
been written from Jacksonville to different
places in the State to the same effoot. I

repubegate af% tshe alb io, adat so
Bank is prepared (ind over has been) to
redeem every Dollar of its airculation in

IP} 6 rt so, whohdoubt our
for spoone.
I am Very Respectfully
your Friend
A. H. (TOLlit








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The enterprising proprietor of
CHESNUT GROVE WHISEEY.
(The Purest Medicinal Agent ever known,)
insdurn Islw I vicoo am(n *d hStimulan 'urea

Id' ch I 1 gell.is enku a 4 lom
off on the community, and which is injuriou to
body and mind. In addition to the certifientes
1 ImnillA R 8U La m e

edition I testin from rDR. tK ON, of Bo

DERTIFICATES.
Philadelphia, Sept. Oth, 185g
ndYe have on ully to ed a me ues n
thath containa none of-shwPoinnoits Substance
known as Fusil Oil, which is the characteristic
and injurious ingredient of the whiskey in
general use.
BOOTH, GARRET & CAMAC,
Analytical Chemists.
5 T *.ls. L, I 1. 18-.4
I 1* rar.si- .. I an -s.iq.It ..I e.r. ...3.x or ..
nu...,,,c.,,r ,,..n.str.Ch 1.-estan..
.1 PI** ** I*If*I -i. rand teartup areally re-= e-1
**iT .. ,nly ir..,
is an unusually pur andfanellavored qualky of
whiskey. JAMES R. CHILTON,

Analytical Chismist.
won a
old samples of Chesnut Grove 1 Eskef, which
proves to be free from the heavy Fusil Oils, and
perfectly pure and unadulterated. The fine
flavor of this Whiskey isderivedfrom the Grain
itsed in mankfactisring it. Respectfully.
A. A. HAlh 1 D. StateAssayer,

For Side by C. WHARTO15, Jr.

No. 116 Walnut Stole Pr ep g
Sept. 8, 1860. y

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.
THE STEAMER


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Public Notice.
OUR weeks from date application will be
made to the Judgeof Probate of St. John's
Uounty for.authority to sell the following Real
Estate of WILLIAM 31UNSON late ofSt. John's
a t vi xe purpose of paying the
A House and Los in the City of St. Augustine
frontingon Marine Street-bourided North by
L bbe loonn inage in .eSw iteue asStolu 3
Street and 1Yeat by M cine street. Ateasuring
t es u is t tehirty feet and from

Dec. 1 1 0 11 en r


g

O'd!" h 1 un51 M1d
of Probate Court of St John' County for per-
anise a tCaell tl t atde E

isbituietedin theCiet oei MAuCstine, for dis-
All persons intez 11 leaseO 1 liee
Doo. 15. 1860. 3w Administratrix

a
O

AR p was indebted to the Es are of SARAH
deces d r ne a 2a eout ,

as ul its a di Est a r1 x
notice will be pleadinbar of their pay nent.
Nov. 211830. LNNAM. DUM11 TT.



It months after date I shall apply to the
Judge of Proba eoofSt hin County FloE
tale of MOSES E. LEYY -late of said County
deconsed-


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"ARRIED, at the Cathedral OR Monday
10th inst., by the Right Rev. Bishop
Yzsor, II. T. BAYA formerly of this Osty,
now of Charleston 8. C., to ITIARY CARMEN,
third daughter of PEDRO BENET Esq., of
this city.

e
g
The undersigned a Committee appointed for
that purpose, invite the citizens of Putnam and
St. Johns counties irrespective of party to meet
e e poTS 7 o celo2 sat
to nomin tes Candidatefor election ontho22nd
of December of a delegate from the 17th Senate-
1 Lt be soldCOtNT la eO PtlOO
day of January 1861. And the citizens of St
Johns countyirrespective of party, are also in-
vited to meetal the same time and place to nom
inste a delegate to represent their county in the
same Convention.
LSANCHEZ,
GEO. C. GIBBS.

e
Pgoggygg*




AS opened rooms at Cole's building, oppo,
site the magnolia House, where he wiU
remain a few weeks. Pictures from fifty cents
upwards.
Dec.151860.


*




i h s, to Ir kdat dds a i
ner set of blue stone ware. A Tea set of white

n g no nA es ers&e.
Dec. 15 1860.
FOR SALE.
good young horse for Sale cheap
Well broke to the paddle, eart

other work. Enqudre alt7thi of.


LPI KE SH EDnd B DDIN BOIST
heads, Bure:ius Tables, Chairs Washatand,
Lamps Dining Tables, Looking Glates, Brass
Feders, Shovel and Tongs Andirons, assorted
Curtain Shades, Colidlesticks, Rocking Chairs,
Feathers, dfair, Mosa.
Nov. 17. B. E. CARR


FRBlily FIORF

ARRIANTEDrW e7Extra forFa ily use
only 5bl1s. Remanung. B.OARR.
Sept. 22--1860.

%AIN 8 AND OILS
INSEED 410, White Lead, Turpentine
Zine Palist, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass,
Putty, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
RedPrussianBluePagptBrushes.
seve n. B. E. CARR.

GTIAVA JELLY



Swd sus fresh Balmon Rice W am.



OO Bage forFHo y Pens for table
use. 3. E. OkRR.
Nov. U.
--
BLACK AD GRIjiEN TliiA.
UST Received a lot of Chaloe ask, Old
So 2n.1 g do, very Sixperio


g
4 -

HERLE S y ung man named CHARLES
ish ae eandnlo fyj are a Empl s c
ting, or allowing him to inour any liabilities in
my name, neither shall I claxm any of his earn-
Augs from and after this4ate.
H. L. HART,
Oct. 20, 1860. Im

e
W1 *

LL persons indebted to the Estate of
A SAMUEL PR(NGLE deceased are reques-
tedtomakeiminediatepaymenttotheundersign-
ed And all persons having claims against the
said Estate are required to present the same
ithin two years, or this notice will be plead
bar of their payn LIAM STARLING,

Administrator.
Oct. 18, 1860. 8W.


NOMOO.

A PPLIQATION will he made to the next
1. General Assembly of Florida, for a char-
ter ofa Company to facilitate the Exporting
to and Importing from Foreign countries, under
thenameof the Southern Export and Import
companY*
July 28, 1860.

EdVRie BOrding.
-ag:-----



the Subscriber, Corner of T yILGE Y,
Dec. 8 1860*

e 6 e

MERCHANT TAILOR ,
.
ha e tn omo i h hi pr p
to make to order, in the most fashionable and
Sadsfacto man r.


THE NEWSPAPER OF THE
SOUTH "
TheCharleSIOR MereRyy
*
gives the latest and most reliable political, com-
mercialand general news from all parts of the




he NOWS Of the South receives

special attention.

RiPolitical the MERCURYTa do o e t
union of the Southern States in maintaining
their security.
Daily Mercury, 1 year in advance- $10,00
87ent n ess he cash ace pan es5,
order.


Florida Land Olaints
I
' LAND OFFICE,. ST. AUGUSTINE, PLA.,
December 1 1860



FIThe undersigned having been appointed
1 Commissioners io hear and decide under
1 iot the Genet 1 Land38ict an na
district as come within the provisions of the
act of Congressapproved June 22nd 1860, en-
tithd an "act for the final adjustment of Private
Land Claimsin the States of Florida, Louissana
and Missouri and for other purposes" aronow
prepared t recee vdeall such claiaras av di
Commissioners, or Courts within this District.
Parties having claimsor their legal represen-
.tative must produce a written claim of -tittle,

fope""'!! di r ne es sane
borne by the claimant, and shouldit 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.
ERANCISP.PERREIRA, Receiver.
]IS., Jacksonville Stantlard Copy 8 times.
December 1 1880 Sw.

xxxwa monweam marrany
80HOOL,




1 rmatz n as locourse is a xepals we
MA M. JENKINS.
December 02L. COWARD. Pnn p e.

CREAT CURIOSITY.
E have one of the greatest curiosities and
world, naost aluatte na ent t ine ey on
Fuliparticulars sent FREE
Nov. SH V & CLARK, Biddeford, Maine.


AO$APUU NM
G
OP WHE CITIZENS OF ST. JOHNS
COUNTY, HELD AT ST. AUGUS-
TINE PLA., NOV., 15th 1880.

HEREAa, The constitution of the
United States provides, **That a well regu.
lated AD) iabbeitag news yjoct 0 curid

bear arms shall isot be infringed."

Jo a Cat e j tere oobello
that there is danger to be apprehended
from the -aggressiveinand unconstitutiulati

Nofi netrsnoportioajorifhin 1.Juion, un-
der the intiuence of Black Republicanism;
and whereas: we layeitdditionulcauseco be
iteve thatdt it too nipts a t


no ee ee Nup 1
distinct issues of an unconstitutional opposi-
tion 11.4 inualitation of African Slavery,
ad ,. elu.al.z.ng the black with the
white race on this Us.unanor, tend whols us.
such principles being wholly ..:pugust 1.>
the }--..,.1...,1.ss. Alan a County I1.= i. I...r
Resolved, 1st. Thatrour Senator and Asseen-
blyman be requested to urge upons.he attention
of the General Assembly of Luis State, at as
...1, axis.) as permt.i- ussir..(.e..Lance .? u''
p...a: .4.= .>i in Use na.t...,au.g 0.2 pus .t...au ..I z
e.....t-se amarar or a.-, a., a at......-..t ..sar.s no
s....ders, awaremusa1..@n, hen.ar.."*P"
among of nee alitas... GI the State.
Resolved, 2nd. That, suohlaw may be the
toductual tomti end in iriew8,ail, allould pro-
0 iit po htedi us rS
may thus be purcheed, mac they may be thy
""Z::::i."miltt"'"!"'""L'it;tse...
Senator and Assemblynuits, also, to urge upon
we attention of the Generst Assembly, ano im.
portance (mplor existing circumstances) of re-
pealing any and all Laws and partsor laws, tend-
ing in any wise, to restrico time anizen in keep-
ing and hear g or as as he may choeonse, to our
follow-citizens, the importance of uniting as
one un, in opinion and action, ag vinst the in-
il lence nients of he prin p of
immediate expulsion of any ind vidual, who
a 4 end, the we a suip touses a

It ie a w w\3 us e '
our fellow citizens.
Resolved, Glk. That in the event of the re-
commenuanon, by the Execauve or the aute of

3to use aeneral.usem, or call by
sider he propr ety done beaten assuming ct..
own a nutea sedus rueban a rum at,
lrlyman, be and they are hereby, instructed to
vote for the6uumananag such aventianposi-

tzareec racted-1 hk8R"ache us, thatkA 8 m
has been elected Pree deut of these, once Uni-
,dg@ !r blEmon we unsumud ur ne
Lisuof aUnued8tatesdenator.
Resolved. 7th. That, in the event or the wi k-
, j, ", ,i., fi 4 es tearl
ernor of Florid is requested to take the neces-
f legi sI o t u sal

'e In r in public affurs, by virtue of


ACTIO N,

"Strike while the iron's hot '
Ere 'tis too late;
'Lager not, dolly not,
O must not, wait*


At t eeltium has come>
In which to battle against
Tyranny's power.

Strike to liberties ,
Strikerf ro ur lives! '
Fightfor your country.
Your daughters and wives,

Shall servile submission

v2"-tthee fates
When 'tis too late ?

Late for all action,
Late for retreat,
Clin ire thus anifer
Ignoble defeat ?

No! let4he chirdry
Skill ourewn
b E([ar he whh us'
-,wr.Andquiabigrbeshown. .
Actandpromptly,
Lehrilig the rest
To Opd who in heavens
Knows what is best.

Latest News
From Washington,
WASHINGTON, J)ee. 9--The Senatore
from the Slave States held a canous to-day
for the purpose of cowaultation and inter_
changement of views. The feeling was
good, but no conclusion has been.arrived at
tending to authorize the belief that any
harmonious notion will be taken No pro-
position was put forth requiring a vote of
the mS ern Senatorial Cauens.

WAsulsorow, Dec. 9.-9 P. M.--The
Southern Senatorial caueushave adjourned,
all fully convinced thatyt least seven States
will withdraw from the Confederacy, and
that there is now no hope and DO prospect
of preserving the Union. Schators Powell
and Crittenden made strong appealing favor
f ne list nthe Custozd House Re-

eeipts at Boston,
EUSTON, Dec S.-The receipts in the
Boston Custom House for the past week
autonotedbouly $80,000, asum insulli.
clent to pay the monthly salaries of the
employees. An amount suflicient to pay
expenses has been foriirarded from Wash.
Ington. Gen.cl(enningsez

WASHINGTON, Dec. 9.---Gen. Henning
go is out in a long letter urging the South
to stand up for her rights, and declaring
tha he n lishold companions in arms are

TeXBS Legislature*
NEW ORLEANs, Dec. 9.-There is an
understanding between the members of the
Legislature of Texas that an extra session
will be held at Austi on the 17th of this
month, without a formal call of the Gover-
nor. It is also understood that the Legis-
lature will call a convention for the 8th of
Ja
unary. Prom Texaq.

-NEW Our.EANs, December 3.-Advices
boring reached here from Texas state that,
owning to the unanimous feeling for seces-
sion, Governor Sam Houston will resign.
[Fyom the Columbia Guardian.]
THE DOCTRINE OF COERCION.
Ms. EDITon: The question has been
asked, whether Louisiana and other States,
whose territories were originally purchased
by the United States for a price can possibly
have the right to withdraw themselves from
the Union, and take their afairs into their
own keeping? Undoubtedly they have I
TVhen they were erected into States, they
became sovereign, and when received into
the Union, they came in upon precisely the
same footing as the ortganal Thirteen.
There can be no discrimination between an
of and new States nor can the rights of the

ongi q..moifl0%.";o q."E atmas.
son of new ones. The question'must be
determined upon the terms and meaning of
the Conasitution, or fundamental compact,
and not upon any an erveox faote or
develop p ag
pments. When Jerritorybecomes
a State, the pupil or infant attains the age,
and assumes the charact& and attributes,
o' the full growli man. When a new
comeris admitted into a co-partnership,
upon a footing of perfect equality, it matters
pot whether he has brought ipto the con-




ey can e e m ar dd
faculties of sovereignt After the act is

co m nw eL is h ateTpaertna
per of 11 the rest!
RUTLEDGE.

A fortuguese giant, represented to be
pyway(g of eight, feet high, has arrived at
Madrid, ap# ip about to be ozhibited.


1

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o
o
a
2
1

A


.
E. R. IVES, Captain,

oL ve e artrio 1 .2 Jac
Tuesday, Fridays and Sundays, For Padatks
and Intermediate Landings.
RETURNING.
TVEl leave Palatka at six o'clock A. M. on

0 H NT 8 E T DINGS
And connecting at Picolats kith Stag s for
t ig 0 o el PM tene Up

dleburg and intermediate landings, leaving
'1 teue T vto j ng ale.ai
AGENTS T. HARTIDGE, JacksonviHe"
*Picolata.

Nov 3 1 LLNNING, Midlleburg.1y.

Inland Route
POR
CHAR LE 8 TO N, 8. C.
VIA
Plcolate, Jacksonville and alllandings
on the Rivers Femandins Plc Sa.
vannah Ga. Blyton and Beam
fort 8. G.
THE SUPERIOR IRON STEAM
PACKET
'



g
,
CAPTAIN, FENN PECK.
Will leave Palatka every Monday night at 12
'elock.
'cloVillles Picolataevery Tuesday nightat 2
TVill leave Jacksonville ev Tuesday
t 8 o'clock A. M. ery night
Will leave Fernandina every Tuesdaly night at
o'clock P. M.
illl leave Savannah every Wednesday nighL
-RETURNING
T 11eave CharlestohS. C. Baturday-Oo'clock
ARRIVING
At Palate Fla. Monday Evenings.
TEASDALE & REID
Sept. 1, 1860 8m.


D. L. YULEE,


No.380.


R. BbRhl TRn 8 0.


Nov. 10 1880


FFOCIRBlatiOR Of $100-

110&
PROBATE OFFICE Dec. 8, 1800.

A ""i:.exest:,1:!",::.g in;\::
use several precincts in St. Johna county for
Election of Delegates to a state Conventron to
ch do a of I tha es n .....
rialoo a bc ti gle t et an

ydoet is let actec poo e
repre onto on in time lower House of the Gene
a dA on loss.cutickd 1.0 01 ap member

o e idst5 o f.-the
Court 11ou>o-John 3. Furviance, James Al
Gould and Cristobal Brave-
J s,^Tht Pr minot--Eleetiondat the house

0 di 10 a a 1 < 4 oner
1%gorodlanite lla coinct-Election at the
go
1 1(E. C. Simpaind, Peter Masters, Gorne-
Mor7t7olls Toks Product-Election at Rolla
Town--L. G. Sibley, dideas havingsion, Jos.
GI rntidopendence Precinet--Election at the
house of James Usteen-Vir L 11. D oM.
4 gi up
smes 01steen, eas Pellicest-El
S ious sk e racine section at
ampson's Ure Ford--Jambs A. Mickler, 2nd
Ko blickler 0.9 Power:
oloseda /Afe..n:.3.8 .N an.ilelp
us. e am -ni 4 it
ak am ar ,Par or e aby II
1 r election for members of the General Assea

Dee. 8 1860 g L


4 ggg.




sp
is 9 '9

PAFT, PP0prietor.
IIE Rdbscriber}ms 160 pleasure tonnnounce

dergo us o 0 st/ tec ycru
1 Jaecree 1 ofa o inumerouteirguy
ronage as well as peculiarly attraorive to new

ad is < 1 0 d ri Ill Ti 1 us
the enpneity and conveniences of the house,-
ithin the last few weeks the Proprietor has



I I on,
lival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS-
TheFLORIDAHOUSEismostadvantagzous-
ly situated enjoying a central location in the
'abT re ie n so was p fron
bleak winds in winter. The rooms are large
and provided with irre places; the house is
surrounded with, verandsks four in number,
each one hundred feet in extent, and protected
so as to furnish si delightful promenade even in
badweather.
In the spacione grounds and gardens the var-
inus.Yeses, shrubberysiadfruits of this climate
>...r..a..agr..w.r.gar.p.nLen,,,,
4 .i -ol.. .s now.arps.=c.1, real lorranal...1 watt,
all for .::' ,S. Ph. sej unitasilbbe foupd

polite, civil andMetentive to all calls.
ex il'roprietotu li ilds timee andMefts
comfort and secure the satisfactionof his quests.
s"I'"'E'd'ots" sy s eg
continuance.
Nov. 17 1800. Sm.

SHERIFFS SALE.

i rji C r oE nti sued outioaf the
Brevardinthe Eastern Circuit of Florids and to
me directed anadeliveredinfavor of William B.
levice84 p 2 s ra lem teS
le d county Florida on the 1st Monday
lowi g des bntdthe nal tu: A n ei
o e un an

or in said Brevard county granted to Samuel
iles oahthed8thadaynot Ju 1813and caniirm
The above sale is postponed until the Ist
Mcmagali .Py.1s is postponed until the ilrst
Mondy in June.
M usale is postponed until the Arst
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
Mondaybin Augus .sh postponed until the fast

The ab e 1 s s ed natil the first
Monday in October next. d il
Monday iot postpone unt the fast

M y ecl2serpostponed until the firs
The ab ale d
mously io manuals postpone until the Srst
Monday airsy toned until the iirst
M< 4< et u
Mondayin April next.
me al ya a e postponed until thy first
The above sale is postponed until the first
m11 ao as postponed until the first

M les on k s anepostponed until the first
y hde abov 0 is postponed until the Arat
TheTI ve alo ip oned until the first
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
4 ag a aggaember next. & until the 5
Monday inTesembis .Ims one rat
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in January (il.TVa. B. DAVIS
Acting, sheriffBrevard county.
March 5th-1859.


STATE OF FLORIDA.




*PR.ooLAMATIow ,,

BY ]FI. 8- PERRY,
GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA,
FOr a CORYOHilOR Of file FOOple.

E
rue sA e r y if h i ase
n Ele in t se on of dG veerrejr too'i Statebit

proclamation f or al e is as 11 ese ty
1 1 11. .0 Thursday, the shird day of
January. A, D. 1801.
in I a y via .(:le ADe as hority v d
Go ernor i re 1slee 8

ries of this sure, on SATURDAY, TH E rwE -
TY-SECUNDDAYOFDECE3Il1Eit..l U.186
-nad dic Judges ofProbate are hereby 1: tenese 1

a ePgs a 13 as to a tes e
seme mannet us a now pewersped by mw for
el etions for anembers of the General Assembly
ofthis8tate.
IS TESTAMONY WHEREOF I have herenato set
my hand, and esused to beafExedthe great
sealofthe Stateof Florida. Dane at *La
Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee, I as
Stkhday of November, 1800.
11.3.PERRY,
O- suprur on Fi
Attest: FL 1 ..s. ea. .,1-,

A Ae o Provide for CaHI a
ation .of t$ra Ltat of
Idrida.

rog ,,,aq, gz,,M
General Assembly convened, That a Convention
of the people of the $Isle of Florida is hetchy
ordained to be assembled in the city of Talk-
hassee, on Thursday, the third day of January
Anno Domini one thousand eight haudred anti
ornoe 11 n ci ntakinth siTo
of this Statein the Federal Union, established
by the Constitutiouof the United States ofAme-
ricapalul the na asu e whichiinaydbee nee d
to amend the Colistitution of the State of Flori-
Jansofu as the samen ethMu e a n

6eu are Gas Commonwealth of Florids
tionfor me abers of the said Coovention shall
be held at the several election precincts in this
1) na :-,B ur)d ,2n ie ec r-s a edFa s
sixty, and said election shall be governed by
a ruks at tb n h H kf ei
for members of the General Assemble of this
State Be it further enacted, That each Son-

$;;08 Maid h 0 a H b tided
elon el ues a ml I an
be entitled to elect the same number ef mem-
Is ten the said nvTotion to whiche6s adt in
of alysGen al Asseinblyand 7here twoor
more count together constitute one repre-
se tattre Est a tliet neralAs n I en

tieame nut herhof membe a to the said Com
e a [2

the members of the aral Lleageallowed to
citi ns of lho State of lorida ni suitall
8 nvent ou rege shall lie eligible td the ask
Sco 4.. Be itf ther enacted, TI should any

/or 1 ; r ent/ti istric wh I
cann c ( r5 oo 'fji od
s e. 0. >. a areas s..aea, assume.
of said Convention shall be a quorum to o
business.h They may employ such offices and
Mu s ty, lis a way8 n new opin nola v
tiHeat oflthe e dent oNho said Conventier,

and paid b the Tre er;orofCbbe see ads
of said Conventionshqll be are supreme law of
on a or ridanan hing elsewhare to he

no t is lelri e s eithe 0 er-
ha di 1 ari dui, tob ul shaH htre
paper princes so wis sure, ana gif ,'hnew
ther notice as will, in his opmson, ensue the
greatest publicity.
Passed the Setuste November 28, 1803. Pas-
sed the House of Representatives November 29,
Approved by theGovernorNovember tD,
December 8 1800.







~~--~.~~~.---~--.--~----~~..~


FURNITUTED PURNITURE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
BY

9
(Formly H. P DEGRAAry)
wo. SY BOWERY. New York.
ThIsestab)ishmentissizetoriesinheight, and
extends242feesthroughtoNo. 65Christiestreet,
makmg it one of the
LARGEST FURNITURE HOUSES
in the United States.
They are prepared to o8er greatindnoements;
toh se8WholesalebTraidne, or Cash or Time.-
Rosewood,
Mahogany,
and Walnut
PARLOR AND CHAMBER FWR-
NATURE.
Also, CAxx and Woon 8 *II all
1 EAT WOrk, (R -
A E, 8 8 MA

.Tenny the and Extension Post
Bedsteads,
6 feet iride, especially for the Southern Trade.
Their facilities for manufacturing defy som
petition.
AlliirALL WORK OVARANTEED Ag: RE
PlitSENIT[s-gg
No Goods Retalled on Thee,
14mr. h @-1500 igan.

"Nor DAxonous to Tim Hunix FAmisr."
"RATs coxa oUT or TIram notife To sis."



"OOstar's"
"Costar's" ItatRoach,&e.Extermina.
tor.
"Costar's"
"Gostar's" Bed-bug Exterminator
"COBtay'8"
"Costar's" Electric Powder,"Iforgla.

DESTROYS INSTANTLY


in short, every form and species of ., e.-



10 Tears established in New- York Cily-used
by the the City Post-Office--the City Pri.=ons
and Station House-the City Steamers, Ships,
&c.-the CityHotels, "Astor," "St. Richolas,'
&c.--and by more than 20,0JO pritate fami-
a
filiir Druggists and e oilers 5 ell
everw ere
them.
g@i- Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities
and.Towns
Mar* 1J.! Bswans! I of .vadous imisuous
ap** 51,00 Sample Boxes acut by Mail.
3?" Addressorders-orfor Circular to Dea-
lers"to
E RY C 8( one hi Tote);)

LD BY B. R. CARR.
May 19-18(f0- Sm.



50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
amnowprepared toofer to myoldfriends
mosto8fp dd ent od 11Johd what ad a


; J
promptly attended to with great ca as teP
Honto menj dadsfudonk Go hu r7
send me orders for dry goods that they will Le
8" "falignat r ad RAMA ea.
1 wet h un to a lus
out ha o ahat of a few of my arge asp
GOODR

2.n et agP orr set 6 e ano sK.in u]
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Caesamers, Ladica Cloth,
M ru sa sco a urkde nd Delan

'"ifi'"i." nk Mmar K see e
Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cloaks, blourning
Delains, Gents Merino half Hose, French at
English Cambrica, Red and White Flannels.
=. == sso
ov.

ARRIAGE GUIDE-Bein go private is.
about rar edm al a 4 fe al, a
g*,'aye.g... ..
or prevention of o -spring, inclu ing all the
31Asc 1 a e UgiG D
1:"'it.1'i'!"' "'i'I'""i'LY"h., I
'""i,"'t itit..", "'"'."
contemplating marriage, sad having the least

12 .9:\w d' @': ?Ed";
blocked up and not lie about the house is
will be sent to any one on the receipt of4weaty
sy....... ....i. ., p........... .
dress DR. M. YOUNG, No 416 BPittica as
above 4th ladelphis. Pa
No teAFFE mD D oU FdO AT
youplaceyourselfunderthe.care of any one
htoh oriion ad or foreign--
a copy of either of Dr. Young's BookP End road
11sr, a Itt a du e g y
"'tE. YOUNG oan oe consulted on any of the
diseases described in his publications, at his
Office No.2 6 8 rnos Street, aborofo rth.

IGS Detes Gam Drops Rook Candy. Ae. Ae'
April 7- -1880, 1, #$. CAMSgg


an
THE HT KNO N REMEDT. M ONE Mates.
TEST ONE PMEAog,
.WHEAT, rust oNE PAcanoE
oo
LARD, Every Drul5mt and Canatly Mechant should keep
at ap ly tble Vale le Rebm only rela
chilanthropy toward goalking humanity. R will be
FISH, annintesth* ..p..:.t as p.anatory interest or as
far asls in St. Asgustissa by
CATSUP. B. E. CARR
April 14-1860.
COFFEE,


Prospectus ofthe Daily and Weekl7
Observer.
at* 8008 WILL BE THE PRO-
of our city from this date, and such
a the loonnaed interest manifested among
our business men for the establishment of
a daily per in this ofty, that we Snd it
i .3 7 9b
THE FIRST DAY OF THE ENSUING
blONTII, SEPTEMBER. It will always
sealously, but respectfully, co-operate with
the Democracy of Florida in maintaining
the principles of she rty within he limits.
All State laterests au whatever will add
e a % ofocur out nand growing
The interests of our beautiful and grow-
ing city will be looked after with constant
solicitude.
I.es it be distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER will always contain the very
latest news of the day, reports of markets
and carefully selected matter of Value and
ty for the family Circle. Partioular
it""." f ir;1:"''"'"*
TERMS:
DAILY OBSERVER. 810 00
WHIr.r do 2 50
PostmasterathroughouttheUnited States
acting as our Agents, will receive a com-
miBOOri of 2 per deBt On 8110006} tranS-
anistaltous
-vi 141 Sc JONES.
Pensaeola Aug. 2d. 160




for the recep
built and newly fThi Hotel is an
side of the St. Johns river six mi ns i 00
g nian fed econ eting this point
With BL Augustine. Aline of stagee will leave
BL Augustine every Thursday for Toooland r -
turmag leave Tocoi every Friday untilst a

A o opFla.
Dec. 10 1859



la ofself bus be surely and permanen-
The COBCORIratell CIlre !
a czartis an roWEMUL EDY FOR WEAK-

PROORE TV ORGANS.
his repaired by
a smxxxxT mustoIAx or Tuts CITY,
Andbas tong been known here as
THE ONLY REMEDY
That would surely and permanently restore to
sNaturalStateofHealthandYigorpersons
weakenedbyexcessorby
TH INDISCRETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH.
This preparation is nota STIMULENTybut
A PURELY MEDICINAL RElilE-
DY
, The afBicted are invited Mtry it.
IT WILL SURELY CURE.
thSendfo circularr ne redd tearefullyand
PRICB PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR
Osa be sent by mail. One vial will last a month.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
R, ORUGER, AGENT,
We.%49 Broadway, N. Y.
forBak DrugghtEwywhere.
-:o;
"QUACKERY EXPOSED...
sublehMedd ATreadaeAondisease and


Ford e3 rDe.T 10fTGents.
September 1, 1860. ly.
WHW YORKETAHOB*


T. H. CHAMBER'
PIAWO FORTES.
58TABLISHED IN 1828
T.H. Chambers. Fiano Manu.
18Clilfer
(Formerly D bonxs & odart and Dubois,
Warerooma kthe "BibleHouse,"
Spr. Stis Street & 4th Avenne,
NEW YORK CITY.
Thisis a reliable place to purchase. Orders
by leHer faithfullyezecuted, and perfect satie-
fsetion guaranteed.
A. B,-Send for a cites&rr, suith dear don of
a(ples sadscheduk ofpreces.
Msroh31-1800. 8m.

EE FARE
IRE INEVEANCE COMPANY,
0 AB HOAPITA L,

$200 000.

17* 835
so WALL STREar.

This Company Insures Ba Idings, Merchan
'se, Sh and their Wr oes, in Port, Hou..
hold utniture, and persons Property
generallyagainstLose or Depage by fare.
OH BO IN i P
WM. JAFFARYSecretary.
#EO. R. FAIRBANKS,
June 24 Agent. St. Augustine.

Rye & Buckwheat.
SY FLOUR, SUCKWHEAg
LOYM; EXTRA FAMILY
FLOpy Jy ggggg
For Sale as Ap 94gyg
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B. E. CARR,
April 14-1860.
GETABLES, Peas, Corn, ke. &e.
@pt. $4--1800)


K ERO 8 ENEOILI
THENEWYORKKEROSENEOILCO.
(ESTABLISHED 1854.)
Announce that, having made great improve-
monts in the manufacture of Kerosene, they are
now enabled to offer it to the Tradoat

The att nti nEDrUauEtDm stull
called to the subjoined to he rsepseult off
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,
1846.


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
STEROSCOPICEMPORIUM*,
E ANTHONW ,
808 Broadway, New York.
After May let, 1860 at 501 BROAD WA Y, troo
doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.

te$t o $ ioniis the most instructivei'a1 g
of modern inventions.
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow.
Ledge its we lio a 1 thout it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere*
Is presents to your view every part of the
we liainp as I neu, pee ecti ee
Pl otographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are conttantly enriching our stook.
dWe havinaN Inensedvane of pexe Via
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Yorsailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries, Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
2:::8:.K u n at e n ,rel
rlage scenes, hreakfast soones, plc.nics, statu-
ary, so., ac. An exquisite assortment of Inn.
anet da)n)te ins 0 Pallaus. C requean,
rect or these illuminated views is most remark-
able*
Every gentleman of wealth and refined taste
should have in his drawing room eoine of our
e qmsaters a engine vithares 1 gatere
ing can be more fascinating, and one can orier
no greater treat to a friend fond of the pictu-
regqgana triatifin. stercomove view.
are the latest Photographie wonder. They are
taken in the fortieth partof a second, and every-


value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
s ithe armeof life audom i .1 g
Enown in Europe, we receive from London and
81 m j hdo e notantaneous
Among other things we have just published
Stereescople Illustrations of the Seene of the
Fuhon Street Frayer Meetings, in which many
ans fee an terest he)particules of 0

forw esd to a y address n receipt of stam


E i s s1one, (without instrument) can be
se to e he a ish to be advised of everything
really valuable in the line that comes out. may
send us their names to place on record, and ws
will1keeop them posted at lou ow ex nse.most
fascinating and delightful amusement. We are
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything
necessary for their success together with in-
structiona "How to to e8tereoscopic Pictures."
E.ANTHONY,
Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic
31sterialsStereoscopenandStereoscopicViews.
tray'31erchants from every section of the
country are respectfully invitedto make an ex-
amutstron of our stock, as our discount to the
trade will be liberal.
ToP In oto graph ers.-First class
stereoscopic Negatives wanted,
ofSen nail a print unmounted, with price
Mar. 3. 4m.
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
S OL DPENOILS

coLDLO 0 K ET 8!
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached,
on
GOLD LOCKET.
Fr es.oo!

PREMIUM IOTO EACHTOPURCHASER

"",":?"s".gg1,,; ,"3
given to allwhohave patronized our house, we
I dn e nwell bon
a w derstood that thl sNo Lottery
"ot de am ,o s'".:a
682 0 oiRf PENhA
0 so ni also d t on ttaHsPon
Assele t a i be oe
es, 0, s, 0, a0, so, so,. even no
NO MONEY RISKED!
.We propose to let a person know what Pre.
IshifiB n bef a s d g hi on .
fil""'ith,"i"J.'"i.""mia"."::"i
and Pen, or Looket, and we will make their
selection, andinformthemby return mail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can then
a oose.\'* *** *=* ** **=< * inner
buOi esps sf m longnez3erince i the above
purchaser can sell or trade the ab lo
q;f they cost him, ad rekinds du
. sa, qq.p ne.gn.x..xa remai.e...a
rel uponebein o bly d advageedheyocan
they had made previous application, ugh

;:*$* *"'2 vi' "i'A'"Yo'"!
..t:: ***==>*==-ar-
Among car Premiuma are articles suitable for
sai...a0 a-f." 'anver wason.

ea, Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
Gold Bleeve Bkttons, Gold
watea z.v. *
Gold Bhirt Studs-plain and with settings:
o in ,aG IdP s stylel; Gold Breass
FOR LADIES,
havedoldWaGohesFloron ,1Mo e, 14
and Ear Ring Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve
Bu wP a os, eMtdSI des, Gold in(Be &0. .
... qPaJ. ii. ..r... ..,,iv., ,.v.,
required,
I stNee, a y ad wp inlan eavo
letters being miscarried.
Address, ANGLE A CO.,
JOS GANAL STREET W EE


"EE I.s TES *
DY PE I E EDY -- I

88 g 0
Remedy has the lar-

geSt sale of any me-
dicine in the world.

100,000 packageS
SOld in GeorgIa and
SOHill CRPOliHR ill
fourteen months. It
IS warranted to

cure, if directions
RY6 followed, any
ORSE Of Dyspepsia,

LiV 6 7 DISORSE 5
Jaundice, General
Debility, Palpita-

tion, Chronic Diar-
y (ea, Giddiness,

Depressed Spirits,
AOSS Of Appetite,
Pain in the Side and
Back. It is special-

ly adapted to Fe-
Ill&le COmplaints; it

produces Rotund-
ity of Form in Fe-
IBRIES of a Thin and

Spare Habit*
*
Every invahd ,
$ lOU (Ff ODE
8*
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PROPRIETORg,
868 BroadWay, New York.
,,,,,,, 4, sap,,,
4 g gAgg
April l4-1860.
FOYS I FOYS II
lar rsrisky of Tays for the elds


Hats & Oaps.
FALL FASBTONS ARE OUr.
Brokeloosecarryingaway
the spare change like a
mercilesashowmanej Hat if he

qnu v ri IndT dH m8u new al
2 """W i"' ::'ieget..,E (hydhin
B m ,at 1 rtBe e Ca m P an rdel
Murphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaunty
PEP U ul H Vaul n Regula s
from Noah's day down to that of the man who
alwooT slept in his has. So hurrah orLh8adsx

JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ,

01ERCHANT TAILOR.
WOULD respectfully inform his friends-
and the public generally, thathe is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
na n le8yam y 8 h g seHewi"
Phnmh I k nGb n Icohha u ebi"
8 in, and ancy Caseimers, Yestinge, Neck
All orders executed in the best style of work-
"'""" ""'

HAVANA

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N RO GERO
( BENET 8 CO RN E R.)
AS on hand every leading Brandof the day
Giv5ehimacalland examineforyourselves

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
1800 Aeres situated about 6 miles from St.
a sq2 re z on
bered with Live Oak fat for ship building, and
a pted the ulGration asroeP of n"
situated alsat 17 m:les south of St. Augustine,
a place called Fish's. "For further particulars
agatine, July 14, Ed. FE14%EIRA,


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