Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: December 22, 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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Eae nATtt a st o ities -and
post valuable jurentions lia the known
wgrld, for which we waat agents qYorywhere.
Ful1paraqularp sent seas.
sHAw a QUARK, piadeford, Make. '
Mar. & 1860. St.


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and esp reer.cod m... Late renet: r r.J I..is s.use
always found itan exisolual pretension from all


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O engage in the sale of some of the best and
Ou >ui> in us a sipublish d
character, adapted to the wants of the Farmer,
Illechanic and Merchant; they are published in
the best stylenud bound in themostaubstantial
manner, and are worthy a place in the- LibrarJ
of yT e fd to pr and industrious
habitanthis business offers an opportunity for
praor..LA u*ph; lintral mellasulfL*E As.L 5.11.
]II@" histras Je-.....g. I an ..s ty..s..s ..II
., mp. *,w o. .mu s.....aul... sense,

LEAK\, GET} & Co., I'as6keers.
o loof copm1'strue.sPI.ibleu.I.ir.


EQUALITY IN THE UNION AND NOTHING LESS.


OL III ST AUGUSTINE ST JOHN'S 00UNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY DECE i


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ty ADraNee.

aggr anarmamusers will be inaerted en the
fbilessingr a: a of twelve lines and

ader, for the Ct in on, and Berenty-Five
sends for each enbsequent insertion,
Yesily v rti be irniteldal bi
a7rt in gating de&nitely"the nature of the
usiness to be advertif ed. Any advertisement
ly connect 4 with the busmass shall
c or separate and also any excess of
mouerdver he amount contracted ftoh the num-
we of isordonadeq d will be continued
a Five Dollars will be charged for ill an.
touncements of Candidates for Otlice, in ad.
arnee
sin e I awhen the efdejrdi ex

ingp 0 advertiseinents payable quarterly;
*@red moments from strangers and transtent
as e d for^11others will

Legal or Business cards, pr an - 10 co
Application for Letters or Administra- 6 00
hen - * - -.- - "
ties to stor 0 edite ad is-
trator - - - a . 10 00
ag- All bills for Job Printing, laust la paid
an she delivery of the work*

SHERAFFIS SALE.
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
CarmarCours f..rshe.**.unian-f tla.--ar.I.d
Brewardinche'Ear.nernCant..I- F Fto., .. c.rad1**
mouremain a sua le.s1, Ji.e .
lowlea upon and will.rspoleti salear anna
itarewardeoniaryWIsradnonshelablior.d


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and this it could only to otaursea from the
Pr an or the sun 5 menrue as arm.rds. un.
,e. Inranian convere ng a st, a P...at or as:r.ed
r 1 to a r71Pri$ ras..I f
a frth e arciTo ha nd j.d so. .trb
liefin the minds of the natives in the miracu-
loushealing powers of their Priests.
i IPtokee I tne eAtmi besq, it hlasLbse tried
Gentlemen of high character, who have given
it the most unqualified praise. This remedy
having been a specificin Persia for hundreds of
years, for the prevention and one of Fever
dhAgA e dan lul8e.Fevers-is now offered
dia 0 abersent o maiil, ptrepai with full
Principal Depot and Manufactory, 188 >Iain
St. Richmond, Va. Branch Oflice, Bank of Com-
merce Building, New YoOHN Ad & (.,t;

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susor.velows v4xualboast
PASSED AT A PUBLIUMISETING
OF THE CITIZENSOfBT. JOHNB
COUNTY, HELD ARST. AUGUB-
TINE FLA., NOV., 1(ith 1860*

WHEREAS, The COnstitution of the
United States provides, "That a well regn-
lated Militia being necessary to the securi-
ty of a free State, the right to keep and
bear arms shall not be infringed." '
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ILLUSTRATED

LA DY'S NE W S-

PAPER
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.THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPERPUBLISK-
ED IN THE UNITED STATES.
Speoispen numbers sent, post-paiil, on the rd-
seipt of a three oe a LYAM & CO.,
112 South Third Street,
Nov. 3. Philadelphia, Pa.

Mexican Mustang I.iniment.
Intricalo virtue alone could insure the success
which this article has attained. For .Rheuma.
tism, Salt Rhenan, Burne, Bruises, Stiff Joints,

e 1 w st Nd g ab
with.reference to the general estimation of the
blustaisg Liniment, I can cheerfully say that no
article ever performed so many enres in our
neighborhood as this. L. W. 8111711, Bidge-
field, Conn." S. LE1TGII, Esq., JZyde park f t.,
writes, "that the llorse was considered worth-
less, (hiscape was spain), but since the free use
of the 1 untang Liaiment I have sold him for
a gg% to timent doin5 wonde ave
day. The half is not told Every family
on b veds. we smateujTect
dealers throughout the world,
BARNES & PARK, Proprietors, New-York.


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o ear a t asli Id ring. The
G. C. 01888.
Nov,18.1864
JUST RECEIVED.
PATILDING'S prepared lue, for immediate
use, Choice extracts for Savoring, vist
LemonVanillsOrangeRuspberry,0trawber
ry, Alanond&c. also ParegoricElixtr of Opmm
Mustang Linalpent, Bay Rum, Seidlets Pow-
o ressa 24Epap Sea t C r Oil,


EUTO 8 MOUNTAIN MILITARY.
SCROOL,
TORIEVIILE, S C.
The Institution is modeled after
the SouthCarolina)iilitary Acade-

graduates. mi whichh t see iPria tep4gh a
skill information ap to
Ah NK Principals.

| December 1 18&0. As


ee As a n..rd ;
ann g of land son t..t;<.u
In sTz n a scan 3
The a .Ilangenj set until the is
Th we abois postpone4 intil the dirst
. 3roaday in June.
The above sale is postponed until the Airst
b v dsSo is postposed patil the first
Monday in August,
Th b e sal eProstpxTed until site first

Th biore sale oned until, the Arst
The above sale is postponed satil the Arst
Monday in November next.
The sum erpostponed until the firy
Th 7bove sale is postpone# patil the first
monday la January next. .
Theabove sale >> postponed until the first

oT a v i7 pFtponed until the first
The above sale is postponed until the first
Alondayin April next.
The above sale as postponed until the first
phonday 14May next.
The above sale is postponed isntil the first
)RODday in.Fune next.
The abuse sale is postponed until the Arst
rd3 r 21e po posed until the are
Mondayy in Augustmext.
TI abovee rs post ned until the Arst
The a ve sale is postposed until the fury
Monday in October next. 0
Thdek ovenle is Ppos oned walit the firs
The above sale la postponed until the first
is bionveDe .paged antil the faret
auday an January 184.1.
Acting, sh era sty.
are]s 5th...-18159




THE two Stor Stone honse
as with lot and kitchen to., on. man
St. George Street, coeupied
y W n. ILE ES, to whom spplicaties sus be
do e allies nearif apposite.







ai ce id fr m .No 7 o
fast-steel other east-iron-
Oct.18, 1800, ALEX MANN

FOR SALE

oo heaT4
and other work Enquire at this of-
goe, Nor'.17 1880.


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ltil ERC 14 ANT TAIL Q R ,
has just returned from Bavannah, with a fresh
Red elegantStockofgoods, whichhe is prepared
to make to order, in the most fashionable and
satis:actory manner.
Doopher 11860.


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Eloquenceof theSouthernPul. bosorn-pheshaliknowno peril but af ia
pit. my peril- no conflict but it is mf conflict
The New f.)ricana D..,7.r publishe a ser and no abyse of ruin intoshirb I shall nor
L.r usor8s .m O G. mon, delitered at 11.0 First Presbyterian share her tall Mai she Lord God *Lover
The .y innir rrarr n length: i"hurch, New Orkand, on Thurelay, the her head in this her day al ballie!
.'9th November, try Rev B M. Pal
. 7 wi Inc f ..r agre is cons.dered Isrgely the present can Gr a vr r o Je0 h at
m our ga ng ..r iness, of the .9.:.urh. being founded on the fallow- says-**If South t'arolins shall be left to

re ice ei 2 pr. "in eaTthe sh f b fell stand alone we think she must ultimately
T lulsear, ael sour. toa sm. rene .. mi. ulty are ow. recede. Her people, we are aware, do not
al. p winb she.-, who b framed mischief by thinkso: bur a ein le grake will not be
Row ng froundreams to deed of gl ry, a law ? Pshim zeiv, 211. 5 per
mn di


BEWARE IF N BTFosm-MAf0/8
I OGice C.alumbia, SC Decembdr3,1860...--
A Womon, about 45 of
hairnod eyes, heakh rid appp rbM.
rather tall and in a built, dramel
rg Dg Ip
morning accompanishd nonally. MOD0 7

Brizzolana, alrue GouLicr, &o., Ao, and
hailing originally ..om Italy, but recently
from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, arrest,-
id, a low d.ays since, ip the Golple-
btoas an sm which


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I IBL W fu BE page w ris thee have deegived
thee, r.n.Ipreer.iled against thee; they that
are thy bread have In da wound upon thee'
6 is none under.canding in hin. Oba.
*
We have space only for a brief extract,
to Which we invite the attention of our
readers, with the remark, that when such
men as Dr. Palmer feel it to be their duty
to warn their flocks againiit the insidion

E-1 dt m his time
minds to quit "co-operation" and alp other
forms by which immediate and as arate
State Action is sought to be clogged:
Should it fail, what remains but thatwe
say to eaeb other, calmly and kindly, what
Abraham said to Lot: "Let there be no
trife
ad /el pray thee tweensus nd @,
men, for we he breather. Is not the whole
land before there ? Separate thyself, I
pray thee, from me-if thou wilt take the
leh hand, then I will go to the right, or if
thou depart to the right hand, then I will
,, .
go to the left. Thus, if we cannot save
the Unton, we may save the inestimable
blessings it enshrines; ifwe cannot preserve
the vase, we will preserve the precious li-
* Qut of L*;sDLblud

le a .II cine, I speak for the North no
bli lur 110 budLia 10? OR OUP UDLLtd
ar.Jd:ura ad resistan = at the neousem.


't hearIs Embued wall parriosky
F.rmly res Ire-i to maKe researdr..:c,
Nor I.> proclaim..ur p..w.rar..l n..giar:
B... i..r rhear war hair.....] Just.ce,
And to debual our 5,s.*red aght .
This is the hour to set, dr never-
Nowis the day to meet the foe;
To rise and confluer-else forever
Sit meek and helpless in our woe.
O, by the hearths and homes we cherish 5
By all the love we bear our land I
Guard we the rights our father won no,
With loyal heart and ready hand I

Where are the hearts that are not thrilling
With all a patriot's burning zeal ?
Where are the hands that are not willing.
* To prove the truths we deeply feel t
God and the Right! for thye our motto!
Beneath His power Oppression dies,
And from the ashes of this Union,
Great and triumphant we shall rise!


posieron as a seceding and quan .andepen.
dent State;n the heart of a Federal Union
will be snomulous and untenable SI.@
may maintain it for a httle while, tour will
ulramar.ely be monetrained to return to her
normal condition of a member of the Cen-
federa .
ButTI the Cotton States generally unite
with her secedin we insist that th
cannot be prevented, and that the attempt
must not be made. Five Millions of Peo-
ple, more than half of them of the dozisi-
nant race, of whom at least Half a Mil-
lioD are able and willing to shoulder mus.
hets, can never be subdued while fighting
aromd and over their own hearthstones._
If they could be, they would no leger be
equal-members of the Union, but conquer-
ed dependencies. Suppose they could be
amon"tud thic mMayofome date

send members a to Congress? Can yon
make them accept Federal oflices? Can

sw ofthem tarri g ad a wiDg
2,
anbdnilig them
Let those who tremble at the results of
Secession take can Greele la
posed to coereion!ra e thinks it w op-


TENDER ..F SERVICES.-The RietS Of
[ho Kentu.elay Mil.cary Inithsite have len-
d.=red dair services to Governor Gur.
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most a y ad
driven withousany compunction from overy
family where abe may present berself and
her falso claims for charity. Her swind.
air.; operations for the lass few years have
been confined to the Southern States, and
Of the money she obtains is immediately
remitted to fittabarg, Pennsylvania. A
telegraph from the Mayor of Pittsburg also
ron ees her to own ean imposter.
JOHN II. BOATTYRIGHT, Mayor,
Southern papers wB please haind her
.around.person was taken into ouieted as
7
rd the Depot, 12.1, night by OFleer WELCH,
and w.II be brought up before the Mayor
this morning.-Charleston Courier.

How. ROBERT TOOMBS.-This distin*
guished gentleman passed through our city
on yesterday, visdst h oredpeohpleon

ce tates. rings the most eticourag.
Ing news from other portions of the State.
The TOVOIR60D ID Richm0Diz ilkeq
Oglethorpe, Elbert, Bibb, Columbia and
other counties, is p 1 di In
fide beli rogress ng rapi 7.
is cori ntly eve sal the eighth dis-
trict will send a large secession delegation
to the Convention.-Columbus Times.

THE NEW LIGH1 TWELVE-POUNDER
11N-in tito new Artillery Tactics, vre
,>riceof this improved gun in these
.


chambered, but can be used both as a
gas and howitzer, thus Breatly simplify
the annmainition required for a tastery. ing

em ad n a
less sacrificed to that of the other. The
evil is obviatedby the use of the light ly.
pounder, which will probably be adoptedly
all mounted batteries, to the exclusion of
otbars, and to be superseded in its turn by
rifled cannon of great power and range."

The Chicago Democrat, one of Lincoln's
chief organs at home, says:
E to L'
whol a9mpede thhte othn le!----This
purpose to make Lincoln turn his back
upon the principle which elected him.
Carinot the South see that the d? of

a e7mjfr ea e ai
Any attempt on the part of Lincoln to
favor the South, as touching the institution
of, alavery, would only make Northern
people still more excitedagainstiheinatitu.
tion.

agg, We learn by pur exchanges that
probably, not less than twenty-five thous-
and operatives, have been disobarged from
employment, since the election ,of Lincoln.
and cast upon an inhospitable world in mid.
winter. *Which are best provided for, o
slaves or these unfortunate beings? Where
now is the philanthropy of Greely and the
TribuneF


dr LI i .<-news bl..rk R. .ubl..ar
'... al.c....s, we is, ..1.1.0.....1, as a .I,.
late her no: c.man .:.r it.a p.ar all to

eddto b nAo co g8 to by t

El "i'A'll'"" ""st of."C",
cion to the institution of African Slavery,
and the equalizing the black with the
white race on this Continent, and whereas,
such principles being wholly repugnant to
the people ofSt. John's County. Therefore

bly r eTeal tour enson noi
e 1 sGenet i e, thee i orState, at to
passage of a law authorizing the purchase at a
suitable number of the most efficient arms of
mr i o /tiPofath a the thetough
Resolved, 2nd. That, such law may be thp
more effeatual to the end in view, it sh$ lu pro-
vide for the establishment of safe and secure
t a spy rde vda ofss
more readily distributed in case of need.
Resolved, 3rd. That, .ve respectfully ask our
Senator and Assemblyman, also, to urge upon
the attention of the General Assembly, the im-
portance (under existing circumstances) of re-
pealing any aud ali lawe aud parts ot laws, tend-
ing in any wise, to restrict the citizen in keep-
ing and hearing arms as he may choose.
(01 e ,Ltl*h p Lar onunend to our
one man, in opinion and action, against the in-
idious Piana Pne ref peoptincies of
immediate expulsion of any individual, who
may defeud, or otherwise attempt 14 footer, or
neunius. ha s bamo t us a alue
ita leaders, and that we will austain, by force
Of arms if no eBsnary, SQQh action on the part of

Besolved, 5th. That in the event ot-ike ro.
commendation, by the Executive of the State of

o ye a neai1oAannab ,e 1,,eaHob
sider the propriety of the Statesseassuming the
e a d6 heat se our Sarallot or rn nt,
blynzan, be and they are hakeby, instructed to
vote for the summoning of such convention.
Resolved, Gth. That as information of a posi-
tive character has reached us, that Abraham

tline he Ro bHean b2oli i
ai e J a8te8n o .art in the eleg-
Re olved. 7th. That, in she eyesit of the with-
drawal from the Union, of any one or more of
a la feF on e phen andbthatmo et enGov-
eary constitutional measures for the withdrawal
be omC gr oa 9Te u r dSenators
no further part in public affairs, by virtue of
their present commissions..


u j .e a ly w.che 8

downe it o of tah th is at this mo-
ment sub ime. M uhe has race given her
to now er hour she will save herself, the
country and the world. It will involve, in-
deed, temporary prostration, and distress;
the dykes of Holland must be cut to save
her from the troops of Phillip. But Iwarn
my countrymen the historic moment once
passed, never returns. If she will arise in
er majesty, and speak now as with the
voice of ge man, she will roll back for all
time, the curse that is upon her. If she
succumbs now, she transmits that ourse as
an heirloom to posterity,


pa a ym ase ga h re of et 1
and die in peace; but our children will go
forth beggared from the homes of their fath-
ers. Fishermen will cast their nets where
your proud commercial navy now rides at
anchor, and dry them upon the shore now
covered with your bales of merebandise.-
Sapped, circumvented, undermined, the in.
situations of yottr soil will bQ overthrowaf
and, within five and twenty years, the his-
tory of St. Domingo will be the record of
Louisiana. If dead men's bpnes can trem-
ble, ours will move under the mutteied
mirses of sons and daughters, denouncing
the blindnhas and love of ease which hav4
Aft them an inheritates of woe
I have done my duly under as deep a sense
ofresponsibilitytoGodand manasthave
ever felt. Under a full convitition that
the salvation of the whole country is depen-
ding upon the action of the South, I am
impelled to deepen the sentiment.of resis-
knee in the Southern mind, and to strengh-
the UCren nod20Win5towardo

rights. It is a duty which I shall not be
recalled to repeat, for such awful junctures
do not occur Mice in a century-
Bright and happy days are yet before
us; and before another political earthquake
shall shake the 00Dtinent, I hope to be
awlxere the wicked cease from troubling,
and where the weary are at rest."
It only remains to say, that whatever be
the forman of the South, I accept them
for my own. Bare upon her soilof a fath.
er thus born before me-from an ancestry
that yet occupied it while yet it was a art
of England's possessions-she is in everJ
sense my another. I shall die upon her


luThe Cad4rs...f abs Kenmok Mill In
y taq -
stitute have thi y, wrb anniumm

sensaf South Carolina, and hold them-
selves in readiness f6r any emergency-
Should our services be needed, we do hope
that you will not fail to let as know imme-
diately, for we are anxious to render the
gallant State of South Carolina our servi-
ces. As we are EODS Of the noble Soubh,
we are anxious to come and help defend
ou'r Southern rights. We do dot wish to
flatter ourselves, but still we do contend
that, after b ing under seriot military dia.
eipline for four years, we understand how
to handle the musket.

The Bibl6,Exajoins Bdcassion from Ab-

In the first Epistle to Timothy, Chapter
IV., Paul lays down the duty of servants
to obey their masters, and adds, **these
ings e hort and teach If any man
teach otherwise and consent not to whole-
some, words, even the words of our Lord
Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which was
according to Godliness, he is proud, know-
ing nothing, but;doting about questions
and strives of words, wh4reof cometh ency,
railings, evil surmisirigs, yreverse dis-
patings of main of corrupt minds, and
destitute of the truth, supposing that gaint
isGodliness. Fromai>&hwithdrawthyse].,,
(Verses 2, S, 4 and 5.)
ANorusa Cofrom BTATa.-The total
cotton crop of Nordi Carolina, for the last
year, was one hundred and mighty three
thousand nine hundred and seven bides,
valued at nine million, dollars. This is
more than ever before was prodneed in the


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sand bales,

No CONCESSIONS OF THAT KEND,-The
Albany Evening Joarnal, the leading re.
publican paper in New York, in flew of
the political troubles which have followed
Lincoln's election, proposed recently that
the republican party ought to make certain
concessions to allay the excitement, among
others the restoration of the Missouri com-
premies. The republican electors met at
Albany on Tuesdayd anb is is said, uni'
verbally condqmne ..ie Journal, which
paper receded from its proposition. Mr-
Seward, it is said, allio disapproves of the
Journal's suggestions


MiiP* The National Conocil 6f the Choc-
tawIndians have passed an ordinancelo
purobase 65,000 bushels of corn, for the
Islief of anoh of their people as are suffee.,
In; by reason of abo severe drought of last
summer.

ag?* A man in love has ve little need
Vietual8. So if your land does 's

her daughter.

THE GEORGIA FI.AQ.-The verglade
left this port yesterday with the Georgia
flag hoisted. It is the first one over used
is this State, and was made during the
time of the States Rights excitement in
1828.v8avannah News,

IMAI.IgPox is ragingin Philadelphia,

& It in stated that the French army
now in Italy kill horses, aolk !far farther
service, by injecting air intoan opened
vein, which prodwoes instantaneous add
paideas death.


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of March. Su .pose tr ey won in.1.s.:e.3 1.y
the Syren Song of Cconpromise so falcer ..r
to fail; in all time I., .:...s.... [by w.:..al.1 lee
met with the argument that, ours instead
of being a government of law and held to.
gether by publideo8 w undeonsolida-

by force of arms, and that, having tried
"Secession" and failed, we dare not oppose
any measure however districtive of our
rights and like 1 dia as

an act of general ematoipation, robbing the
gave both.r of hid property and putting

ed a neur si a quality with his owne
because the government would send armed
men, navies arid all -such terrible things
among us, to force our obedience to a law,
the right or wrong of which we would have
no right to question. Such would be the
inevitable tendency of a Compromise, at
this stage of the proceedings, and this is
what gentlemen want, who propose them
-a Colisolidated government, in which
all men would be deprived of the right of
opinion, and every other right essential to
liberty.
We do not want Compromises.. }Ve
do not want or intaind to treat with Black
Republicans and abolitionists, unal we

' arblies in 60.1 la -
der to get free of.them, let Recome ptit;
pestilence war imil facitae rodd be e-
ferableto if E
egro equality, and the dishonor
of our wives and daughters. Whose fault
is it that we are driven thus towart Ra
theSouthererviolatedthe Constitution?
Has not Florida observed the Compact in
every particular ? Who has brought this
trouble upon us but those of whom we in-
tendsobe freeand entirely rid-the ma-
jority of the northern people, under the
influence of abolitionists? We will be
free with the help of heaven.
Too much praise cannot be givein to
Judge Hawhius for his manly resistance
against being put upon this Committee.
We pedies that no good can come of it,
and if it be gotten up with a view to in,
hence the action of the Convention of

81 r o 6p
of the earth, to avert Seeession. Florida
willdeaede-all the Domtpite es in areation
Cantpreseq$ its


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The time Has Arrivod. The Election.
The 22nd of December 1860 --.ill be
As the time has arrived when the people j,.uked to by fun.ro general;Gris lia Lie
of Ibe Sanch must dsaide the inspc.rr.rst great day in thenonals of Florida On that
question, whether they will surrender their day the preaple will determ;ue by ball..rt.
righterefreemeh DI.d reer.r..rairs a unun timovexedquestionof**State Goven..gory"
wheae they are dur.ied the Equalsty secured which has been so long the subject of dm.
to them by the compact under which the pure ann.>ng Stascaman. Oc, and after that
Starea of this union have been confe.1.-ra- day it all n.. IC.nger be disputed, for TIsr.
ted teacher, ana become mere module ids w;II dee.de for herself the she la a
and biral.r.;s of a despons northern ma. govers-IP, on-i did near e..ter due Uni..r, as,
jority, to be rott..:3, usumed and degraded :he vessel of that Government, or with
by it to every conceivable form in which a any idea of submarir.g to any degraded..n
people canbe subjected to and wrongs, from the tran.Js .at .11.calimanuare, normal,
aradagnities and outrages; or whealat-r, un standing sad, degrader...n may hear upon
der the pressure of a nose ity which has as face the eignery .af l..w.
now become airianible, they will abandon Weiparnestly ..ntreat all men of all par.
that union, pr..el..i.e. a doesolut....n ..t time ties and wrejud.e*.:-, to lay thern 804*=.0.5
policies hands wine 1.... so. me me. contrause heir uses me, ear..na the long
trith their noyabern e.,r.fwlerates, and ea- 3,,[ 4,f r.auses, th..t wall be recorded Ir. i.e.
same among the popes of clue earth th* ver of th;a solemn 0ar .:.f Florida on 10.9
"'""'"" ***', ...Lan to which the 22nd Deactsher 1860 In dolog rhis all
laws of nature and of natures God entitle who engage so it are but exeressing the;r
them, we propose to suban Acts for (bear rightsas Faits.usN refolved at all hazzards
informrition rand consideration from which to mamain all the r late rail 8 and
a -is ...'^o and most not :- franchisee of FilrA BD DEpf.PEN NI al-
o


Committee of Thirty-Three.
-
\fe ir.d by our advices from WashlDg.
ten City that, abs machine he trun con.
arrnered and ther, in spirected the objee.
siousand rememetrances of Judge )Law.
has, he has been forued by the rules of
the Uname Its talse a war wherber or m.
Our predreason 1. ther the machine w;II
not w.rk We sr., pretty well setsaile']
that when started or will learitably run oil
the week.or rac.t run or all it will be
fu *1 shot alw.se old isal.....ned Kings that
went along v.:ry well .n 15 I.*, ur..icr the
name or r*.:.e.g...:.e.....s, but al.; h were in
real.=y gr..n essalolling ineratus....as, will
0**[ b.:Coo s... mu*e un li II-drey have I.nd
thear day. and so. also base the.< consuue.
me,,,
B. r the feature in its a 11..0; of **thirty
thres" whiet as in re lay unpardonabic
and rendple it II.ar:.ughly odous, consists
.In as belog .,thred by the South. It is
brought forward by a l'upulan, a Bell e
Everett man, Bader Wr.e.r this gentle
man conid a blulung about to oiler a


11**Erned c.r...ees. .un-r.mr rr.... ..*1
The Convention I
SF AUGUtilms, I la, Dec 15th 1860.
The several delegasic.ns'tner si she Grand
Jury Room, m Sr. Auguesine this day, in
pursuanced notice and [be Convention
anned to c.rder by she appbjntme, t of Unt,
F I. Daracy ac- Chnarm:n, nud William 8.
Harris as secretary
The f...lh\wiffaimed gambamen preaToT
ed their creder.nal.3 nod r:.uk als.-ir seats as
del-ugave
Fr.:.rn the Coung at Purnam-A P.
Braham JE Car... .11mander ..r.ely.

Coll ..n. 11.4 Con is1. I 5 John a---t age
\VS Flares. B.ars.:.Ic. Dianua re. JR Pan'
che:..F L Darmy. A. D Rogers Irvin
Drysdale, .IE i"ane, Joseph 10ye, A Q.
ages, stanus1 s.,iano, F meanny, c.
Bruce, M Ups, H B C.anon, P Art.au
The oc.Ininana.in of a t.'and.date for Dele-
gate to the U.*nsultauenal I.'ancent.on from
also 17th Senamrsal Distria. compr.eeing
Counties of St. John a and Purnam
I.aving been.declared so c.rator. Dir. Dra.
him Domionted lion. 11 0 MAYS, Lbere


Father O'NeilL
,
It will be seen a following dztrack
from she Sawannah Bepublican, that Father
0 NEirr, has been partiespering in the late
demonarrationofthe cirizensof Savannah,
in Iswor of Sinihern Rights. Iselfords no
much pleasure to repbrd this testasoe of
his devotion to-the enuse of the Southero
FFlatis. His girillsinks BC dispannion*
true and unaffected piety and genial man-
ners have tended to render him a great
favorite will the people of8tr Angnsaine, *
by whom he has been long mad favorably
known. The deep and profound interest
osanifested by all Religions denominations
as thd Southift the present alarming crisis
and the unanimity with which they es-
z.,ase the si.ie or aelma or arir.aoptic.,
goes far to implant giphin as the fervent
b.>pe and belief that the great Author of
all good as on our side - - -t
--Time meeting inside was organizedby
,,.11.8; 11.6 II.>nur, C. C..Jges.) ya m.
(1.* Chair lier J F'0 Neillirbarnig on
b r hr b as behreenitre of a d,8eo rh


weakh, but are loser he edians con-
, 50000 W th I sen. 1 6 Ep0fL8 Of the
last fliical year (1859) embracing specie
and American; produce, amounted to
8385,894,385; in addition to which we also
exported over 20,000,00Q, of I.,ami;o pro
dooe, making ..11 ..f our expla.s so '

!.'"fit" "sides 7
000,000. The specie and Americail pro-
duce exported were $335,894,385.
.Specie - 57,502,305*
The amount of produce consequently
exported was $278,392,080. Now elassi-
fying the amount furnished by each seo-
tion as far as possible, by giveing the
amount furnished exclusively by the free
states, the amount furnished by. both fkee
and slave states, and the amount furnished
exclusively thetalave stitte E

Fisheries--embracing spermaceti and
whale-oils, dried and salt fish $4,402,974-
Coal - 653,536.
lee - 164,581-
------
Total free states $5,281,091.
PREE AND BLAVE STATES.
Prodnetsof theforeat--embracingstaves,
and headings, shingles, boards, plank, and
seastling, hewntimbei, oeber umber,<.uk
bath and other dye, all manufacturee 1


n, y *
The Northern .ie under the inS
of the evil spirit Abolumenism, La r
solved to emancipate oiir alaves placigg
them upon equality with ourselves our
wives and daughters, in this they contem.
plate robbing us, and letting loose four

11 t onTeee e rkninanresta e
murder and rapine. Our wives, sisters,
daughters, are all to be placed int the mer-
cy of these beings, according to the settled
purpose of these false philanthropists.-
We may well abudder at the contempla-
tion of the results
It is no part of our business or duty to
depiotthe evils which must inevitably fall
upon the heads of those who have driven
us to this alternative of self-preavation.-

ro ( Engthodulath us .1 e
destruction of slav4 holdeni, by emancipat-
ing the slavell and turning them loose to
murder the whites. We now intend to
part company with these fiends in human
shape. We will withdraw our commerce
from them, upon which they have been
fattening and becoming daily more insolent.
We will see as a consequence the starving
millions dependent upon that commerce for
bread, turned loose ixpon their late masters
to become the recipients of their cold hos-


10 the South and her mentur on delavery,
so more than we can possilly comprehend
Whathecould anticipate from suchamean
cringeing policy but contempt, is entirely
beyond the comprehension of any one.
The principles entertained by the Black
Republican leaders, and the sentiments of

ed a to eo 8 ad vare an
ers; these are knownbyevery schoolboy in
the southern states to be the principles up
on which Lincoln and his supporters are
acting-such is the motive by which they
are controlled. Knowing this we Tind a
Boathern man, from a slave state, repree-
enting a constituoney who own shves, enf.
ficiently deeraded to propose a system of
begins, and entreasy. We find him pro
p.:.eeing a committee of thirty three beg-
I w b ob ge a lae Repbe.

leans teaband5u therr lung cherished poll-
cy of distrues.ion k, the alast states and
slave owners, and to join in the preservai-
tion of the Lini.,n. Now were they to sne-
us.d in bringing ab..ur a coinpromise,
what would be this probable result?
We fma all the departments of the Gov.
ernment giving opinions adverse to the
right of "Secession Whid Optul ifsa are
foradfrom them L II Sat, t..nden


withdrew rend the several delegations from
the County ot h JohD proffeded R.the
nomination of a Candidate to represent the
County in due ConstinflioDB 4 ODTHallu0
The Chairman having amiounced more
mattions in order and the misper of roling
having been determined upon, Mr Sun
ches cominated Mr. 14 T1HEW 8 LA

Col.R.F. FLOYDaftereonsultsitionamong
the several delegations the name of Col.
Floyd was withdrawn, apd Mr. Purviance
moved that #Ir. Solana be declared the
nominee of this Convention by acelamation
which beistg done the Convention adjour-
ned to the Court Room and through the
Chairman Col. Dancy, reported to tire
mass meeting of the Citizens Hon. J. .
Phillips in the Ghair, the result of their

del e neebius of the selection of
IIon. R. G. Mays, as the Oandidate for the
Senatorial district was received by the
People with prolonged and loud charring.
Mr. Majrs being present accepted the noun.
nation and pledged his honor to carry out
the wishes of the people of this district as
made known in the following Resolution
which had been introduced by Col.Daney,
and Ad lph. : COfth 10 D.

Au .. P /1.di n to orm
non nee of ne-ou. u, who will


Barin been accepted- by'sh I defing
00mn Eled Edadd, when
' *w artF]bra
01100 LO ill@ Budi 1, 8011 4001RFIDg
le he loved she Uasion, she separaw ex-
e..ed the Soulb was her only aresy.
e w..a nght,6ndFiSeculd be eSeet d



anyr r.able. Should war coarse, how.
oul.J be among the foremost to

net .3 It .. e crebdo
many years ago,. that masters: woul
eventually come to this, and disunion prove
a necessity.----fle was voeiferously cheered
thoughout los speech."
corresposidene.. of the st. Augustin
Es.miner.



in orpe t he
dar ger of aptaguntion of the p blic I
pion the subject of one "federdrelations "
\Ye happilyor unhappily as jou pleaseto
view it, :.re as resum .., sirma 11..: same dau-

ge.The C.>onation for n.aumanng a dele-
gate to the State Convention was held on
Saturday last and resulted in the nominal
tion of Col. DEVALL, so well knowifer
let5 Warns is ** *OD ,hi Lid n,6F.I.s of the

grou.s a T9r it re as neg ca d as
her sh I on very d aba ri.-s


man, his intelligence.and experience in
public speaking will add greatly to his neo-
fainess as a member of the Convention.
.In our townsman Mr. SoLAxA, we have
an intelligent.elear headed modest, gentle-
mass, wh willbssu to c mandithe re-

That these gentlemen will be electedis a
Exed fact, there-being no position, and
we predies in advance that they will both
Miles credit upon their constimencies.

J. O. Devall, EBQ.
, This gentleman has been abosen by the

a n r ants t n ti t
CODVODEOD. Up to going to press we
]save heard of no opposition, we therefore,
conclude that he will of course be elected.
His sincere and ardent devotion to the
rights of the States will secure anothdk
vote in Convention for immediate secession.

mpromiB9.
Osir ancestore never contemplated for a
moment when they framed the Union that
it's government should be administered by
Abolitionists. To prove this we have only
to refer to the proceed of the Federal
convention todd that sellachusette and
Virginia had a quarrel upon abe subject of
she slave trade. bleenachmetracentended
DO: be abridged or
stopped and Virgman consended that she
had as many slaves as she wanted and.that
is should be stoppe4L After quarrelling
til th belo Go
Skat it I e W DVeD$10B 95150
sphrbeing broken up they Compromised.
The understanding was thatthe traillo
should be stopped after the year 1808.
'Theaolid men of Boston continued to
deal in alaves until the expiration of the
time, realizing.millions of dollars, and
when they could no longer prosecute the
alave trade, they turned upon the Sons
ern states and raised theory of "Freedom,
god have contionet their. hypooritical
cast antil now after selUng no the proper-
tyibey have she.government in possession
and tell as they will abolish slavery from
Virginisto Tesse. Who so base as to
anbmit to such illany1ts is attempted to

be or i An
Jund on earps of st.* same else .thataan
bynesol ar soony bypoonts as Masanched
1 ** ,


obeese, pork; hams, and blicon Isrd, woo,
ho horses, mulesandlibeepS15,549,817.
heat, Sour, Indian corn, Indian meal,
rye meal, rye, onts, and other small grain,
and pulse, biscuit, or shop bread,, potatoes,
apples, and o oA crAcavass$22,437,578.

Refined sugar, was, chocolate, spirit
hom grain, domolases, do other materials,

o db 61 is nd iderb
furniture, carriages and parts, rail road
care and arts, base of furs and silk, do


ba a and aun s a e nh
boots and shoes, cables and cordage, salt,
lead, irozi, pig, bar, nails, castings, and all
manufactures of copper, brass, and manu-
tares of dr and me 1 e e n

than duch; duck and all manufactures of
hemp, thread, bags, cloth and other man
nfactures of weanng is arel, earth oand

and brushes of all kinds, billiard tables and
apparatue,, ambrellps, parasole .and sun-
absden, morocco and other leather not sold
by the pound, fire engines, printing presses
land type, musical instrumentsnbooks and
Jp elrranot tauna a uress rd
and silver, glass, tin, pewter and lead, mar-
ble and stone, brick, lime, and cement,

.a babk se6aea nuf )wedl J.
Arrioles not enumerated 2,274,4152.
Raw produce - 3,538,205
Total, free and slave states $84,417, dOS.
SEAVESTATES EEOLUSIVELY.
Cottois $191,434,923
Tobsooo 21,074,038.
Roain and Turpentine 3,554,416.

R and.purch 2, 05
Brown augar 196,935.
Molasses 75,6699.
Hemp 9,279.
Totalelave states $188,693,496.
IttentrusArrow.
Free States, exclusively 85,281,091
Pare and slave states 84,417,498.
Slave states, exclusively 188,098,486.

$278,892,080.
Now, therefore, one of $276,892,086, of

"O Oru m am e C2
elavestates,

a We may oweit to on ewles
forgive; we owe it toourselvesnot to ibrges,


States from the Union. As to the justice
of such a doom we will not enquirer. We
can any with safety, they were the cause
of it. They ha@ sown the storm and they
will reap the whirlwind. We wish to see
ery man in thelStat

important vote we have eier east, and for
the purpose of showing to the world the

untanimi evailing in alw minds de
publiabling the "Poll Book" or list of
voters. Those destitoris of traneinitting
their nameadt poster as the advo utefa



Dr. Mays' Letter of Acceptance.
ORANGE MILLB, FLA., Dee. 17th '60.
To the District Convention of Pittnam and
St. Johns Counties.
GENTLEMEN :-1 accept with gratitude
the distinguished position you have as.
signed me as your nominee for Senatorial
Delegate in the Constitutional Convention
to be hiild at Tallahasse on the 3rd day of
January 1861; and pledge myself if eleet.
ed to 800 in accordance with your instruc-
tions as they entierly accord with my on
convictions, and in my judgment is the
only equrse left us consistent with our
Lear and safety. eerfull

I G. AIAYS
1
a
]1[?- Solana's Letter of AO**
000880 *
. Sr. Avousans, Dec. 19thl860*
2'othe CountyOonventionof St. Johns
Gounty-
GENTLEMEN:-In secepting the nomi-
nation so generously tendered me, allow
meto return tnythanksand assureyou,
that I will be up to the spirit of your
resolutions, and pledge myself to vote for
immediate secession, as being the only ex
pedientfor our Southern States.
Respectfully yours,
MATHEW 80LA}TA.

m:S., A rumor has reached us that Gen.
CAss, Secretary of State has resigned,
owing to a disagreement ith the Admin.
i Can ee8 than nrn
wred inhbat was ovenule mo a somt e-

A smoosesqr from Marylaqd bee been ap-
ointed.. .


pwo in wrn."
The reu.ario ur RTr 10 .38 we .e Insene.2
so oth great alteration by line uses-ust.isg.
and beaug exceedgagly appropriate and de-
livered in his forcible and; inq.resens.: styl'

1core calculated odarouse th minds of his
they were threatetied-
The Chairman of the Conventioin then
nin.nounced the selection of MATTHEW

uL To St J ,CandidateMfr t
received with loud applause and accepted
'
by Mr. itfeits, on the part of Mr. Solana
who was noteprese 6, in a Tow appropriate


Judge Braham having been called upon
entertained the audience oth an Intereaung
Speech, greatly enhanced by has experience
with the demon Abolition in the West In-
& Islands.
Judge Putnam was next palled upon and
delivered an excellent Speech in advocacy
of the Rights of the States, and illustrative
of the 4%ty At the people of Florida after
having submitted so long to the assaulted
offanstacism.
Mr. Stark being present and called out
delivered 4 few appropriate and interesting
-remarks upon many of thesubjectailwolved
in the present contest was abul.uen.sus.
Mr. Herts delivered a very forcible ap.
goal in c.:.nelusion and the methg Ad.
Journed asrae du . . ..
JNO. LOTT PHILLIPS,
C hairman. .
W. 8 HA
:: 4 anze,
Secretary. *

lips. Once more we have seen the para.
phrenalia of grime war" traversing our
Streets in theshapeofabeantifulBatteryof
BrassPieceabeingieinoved from the Ar-
senal to Fort Marion by order-of the w'ar
Department, communicated to that Ster-
ling and edicient officer Seargent HENar
DOUGLAs. The Spl4ndid condicion in
which tWe Guns are keptrefleets great ared
it upon Mr. Dougla's seal and industry.-
We learn that he has been performing for
several years the duties assigned, formerly
to aMilitary Blore keeper and several as-
a abba n ta

gent agoodly share of more pro8table and
usefrifemployment under the fegime it a
powerful Southerb Confedersoy. .


.1 nue schoom r 1 va New
Eck e... to the br I. re a .Is in.-r.n....
Es*: Id vers W. Red Zalso tour ui < .0
way. asue brines, bes on hay and grain,
no arredite as parties from the

u IT.- en]yo%
sir. M.mu It u qI pe. -onally Act
qudiate with him,1 had conceived a hign
esteem for him.
son a s

noteras sin invincible bischelo a
People here take alw presenL conditi n
of the ail se vi e t I 4 3do a


hands soon. We are now in that singular
of usiod insolving seeming charadm-
"al we upcut .. mill uu askson sof

iand a.e assa=u try musprise whatever
May it always bring good news from the
neient Uity I ,
Yours,
C
Another Shrer.

The Ba k Coas with 705 Jive Africans
on board, was captured recently on the
Goast ofAfrica by the U. S. Frigate Con-
stellation. The negroes wear in excellent
coul;ue n, saily having been abipp.-d men.
sy sour hours, before ide Unpture. Ibe
Obabe Was quite amulate and lasted abine
four hours, several shora hanag been fired
sato tree prize before she would heave Lo.
TIfe Cold has beed seritto the United
states in older to confer another fat job
upon to Antialarery I.oessly. This as
the second prize of so kind captured in
very short time past.

ggagg ggg ggy
It is proposed by some to attem sa
compromiPae adad saidement of difflidlies
if possible before necedlDy. To Lbia we
say compromises are dangerona--they be.
get.delay and delay breeds dBDgOF, th ga
fore let till secede-a
nomingTuTain shoul7there be an o
of senl6m DE Lhat sails to We CAR SQQ0p$ it.
In such a position we will command line
put (our enounu, ubmb we n.

: 8iiP' A (laughter of she hapse 4f fa
Rochefaucauld has just marr ed the ghnies
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SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY.


CONSTITUTIONAL CON11:N i loN
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DISTRICT,

R. G. Mays.


1708 DELEGATE FROM BT. JOHN'S





. IfoR DELEGATE FROM THE COUN-
TY OF PUTNAM.

a OVRlly

Phe Colivention.
It has seldom been our pleasure to wit,-
mean the unanlanary of sentiment evinced
byso large an assemblage of our Citizens
as we witnessed on Saturday last in the
Convention for the nomination of Dele-
gates to the Constitutional Convention.
'the result of their deliberations reflect
thehighest, degies of credit upon chose
gentlemen whose duty it was, to nominate


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s Any perrr.net..rau..of learnin short hand
In an salestable short 4.e.e of a.n can do so
by procung Gary a 4..nogr.spi 1. renal 11.5
eywom is ass estat.resualson of it she .....
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tor.pe.t aage.**t...r as r. .sp neive -Pace
ablas t, w.co fufa mber cms, man desill.r, r..S
e.p.es ter dso ngtla.s Pellect or.-in..ta.a
guaranteed or money refunded. James E.

gas it, thN
paragraph one inserLIOD w.11be entitled to a
copy. Dec. 22 1800.







ASopenedroomsatColesbuilding, oppo
rem itehe anolii fr ce
upwards.







my airs le nd o-
Red a tr
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FAFY, FFOptietOf.

he on a Ithe Ide *urertoesn na
iterpiric impiovousepta ealculated to render it
stillmoi-e neceptable to the numerous guests
14;o hieve heretofore favored it with their laq
renage assmilas pecul..ills at*racuse to new,
one..
During e Summer Monthei plierations 4nd
addisions soil.e=u masse mnisuall, .r.ere..s.rag
the capsesry and convensencer of=use in use -
Enk.o she laws few weeks the P.ept.co-r 1...
re-f-Ired..J all nine r Brus the-r agan, ami c. tr..
plansla n.elatl..*L,...co..I.t...nel.g.ulars..aurq
elected 1,4 her:.... u in also a .I. ( >.- a 1 th
w;sh..uk refil ki. Lee and *.uk. r, ...ar ac,
render pe F Lostill .1 licsts.41. amous e.
rividamongstKUUTHEliNHOTELS,
The FLORIDA HOUSE is most advantagsons.
lysituatedenjoying central 1peation in the
City, andat the same time commanding all
dasirable retirement, as well as e2temption from
bleak winds in winter. The rooms are large
and, provided with fire places; the house is
surrenaded with: verandghs four in;number,
each one hundred feelinextent, and protected
sonstofurnishadelightful promenadeevenin

nt e ionegreadsandgardeinstherar-
; lous roses, shrobberyand frtiite of this climate
sure I.>.Ind gres.sug in p.,rfeculan.
- < Tile Trable ss onourposesse.L and futuscal.ed ash
albandsorpan.elau.markstailsrd,,
The Sernate in talendrauce will be IL.a.ns
pubecivilandaricausessellesks.
Time Proprietordevous ta.s thao 1.ni eforts
erelusurelyand ur.rematuragly 10 EDbance 111.4
combra and seenremeasustmationeth.aquals.
ezTe a 1 n-l6 .dd npatron ank"iberise
conue nee.
v. II 1860. Sm.

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PAPER.
THEONLYEADY'SNEWSPAPERPTIBLISH-
ED IN THE UNITED STATES.
Specimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re-
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visa "An 7

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ad aghoreeforSalecheq
sil broke to the daddle, eart
oth#rweds, inquire at this of-
Se 9 Nov.:171800,
,


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C'HE8NUT OBOVE WRISETrrY.

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f 17[ .451811 Di PDR.U. SOCif YT. nod mi
3,,.....iustar...ny I;.mi)IL J.acK803,,alBow
r he lands undes ..aur le ..4 absolme

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Mailadelpt.;rr Sept 9th, IMS
We [,. re carefully used rheastSple of Ch .
ram the a Wesisive whi:n you raent her end 6 J
rbsr ,rc -c.mans ree of he P.nannoute e4ubishin a
Ideawe me+mri *rI. wt= 4rm he--e arseter ..
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Goserr-orm...4.5<,.,, .Jular.*L, orderman as
leanet. In late ad., n, anta massention bi

Ir
f led the Judge am Pr taste career y
to appenanary.auddivour.Jueded eitessonfor .
iladeg.*.ewlant.usualso use r turned tiernor m use -
same m.ariner ad psaas pr onpetlay lapr. kr
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OR RI ON agage gg*
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r FMte and
'r ?Is adag v.
rI of ri to
r.3.its a te ns bl 4 in Eli onda 9 lonely
tr.+eeon Thnred a rare IL rded TA.
Anne D. J y of .Innuatry,
as -namouseuman.Isrght handred and
by on.. .rdede litarpose taku.g into con-
r lur are e in I 9 Jer I (Im. e
y retirusion, rhe Unis JSpasesof Ame-
ru an re measur when may be necess.ury


over can, they b asagr3, and rnal"eupon

c.t*, -*--- -ce -
*rB rs; es.act..i, Thar an cle .
IEDD 01 17405 6th d NLad funwantion eb Lil
CheBM ele (bM. y g63 J g


my n we. el a
he or les.andraturnisahailb made stife



a tame:I ,rs 45m-
L one Zhamber to oned. Convens.om earls


de ecslbs. same unmber or new
.uvenuan to sh ch used co..n
on oiC of R na.u s

dot e Genrilli14PrinkF
J cour.nes shaLmog-use.r 0,< or.unerate elect

en a v eme 1 ,
F Represianubove.s G( 'the Generas As.. mbly
Ibe m subere 01 Lhe sand Conventown alashu be
sh. member.,g Else0 rseral Assedifal.*]all
(III.ys:-of Use SureofFlorida enus.kJ 44use
raght of aritTrage- blish be eligiblesto the said
Go vention.
4. B. it.Y..r;F.*r v.ac...t. 11, or ster-laid army
areancy Geonr..ain.n eragg(swerrric>rs, or el..illas
In- dos) on 11,< a- senal J>syns.>s hear..ne..r me

.\cor .. es = .=. re v...u-c. us n which e

Ti).'3. 2 !')
Cur.nean. o ar.six t-o a q.s..,,s e.,
a is 3. Tl.cy casy e...ploy iman el. d
Inc..r nI. esp..sse ... =us; .0 abs.r op. ,
necessary, su=el.say.enceainati, o,...r. n.. er-
.;r.=.r-= .,fi ts, Presear..a I lia-- as. J (.se, chLusan
Mate Jewd by 11.*- Cors.pise her of puts). .se, ..as
rar.d pass rq u.e f.v.asurer, and the rrdan OCCA
or sad C-ar.v.:r=0.un sh.au be Line imprerate11.5 Of
rhe d.r.nte d Fl=u.aa. anplung ekseware a .I.o
anirary netwinsumbag.
.Sc.c o.Bevels.rriereass.veri.'i'ha theGover-
r..;r <.1 the sale dants is de his p.o.-u.manora so
e....m. ....carrreams...war.... .....n e, .
Se 1 p.atlairman -su publestori ti .e.,r y roman-
r,- a =u.a-a-w.uasaves.os. car.
aper notice as will'in bi*, op ason,"ec.aus use
g.crarest persist..t .
essed use sends loor.-mber"8, 1840 Pas-
so1 the House up Keprse.er.I.aun... Nov.gn.rar PO,
tot/ Approwel is, alas Goan.nor Noveasteel 30

December 8 1860.

LAmillS, BEDB. IfEDDINO. BOLSl"f"R9
Dm.Pd adjuous a-
1.amp.. Dubs .g (atina. I.o.iking 401 eas, knew
Fe..ders. Macereland Tony indid.ne, assorted
1. r= am)Enations, Con neastsexe, Roclung Gbuses,
Feathet--.11..arMye, ,
Nov. I'. D. E. ChkB

I
FRIMily 10HP
ARRANTED WhRa ExtsiforT.amily 1.5*
Selectedfor r.smay Psalry Unking4.0,
ordy 5 blin Rematrdr.g. B, Ji',C.LRK
sept 23---18.10.



.]NSEED OIL, if50e" Le.ni. Turpentine,
ZAsso Pitial.. htplc iggi, Letberage, Glans,
s........o....,as... v.is...ar...
eme..... am., as, a ..s...
Sept. 15. B. 2, CAltR.


I FBozes. O v pr kles, Munani,
Lur a JFr p.rr ech Ir c HyM us.4
area..... Nov 1 B E C R


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Public Worke.
iR as= e li**m sible tapplicAbitpD will be
.,,.3.: s. a...,5,.jg...an Post.*,Is.,r St. John s
, ,ushout.. ar; sell II.- following Ital
L .. n LLi.LM islimbu s.N I.ar .,18L .iolan d
1.i-f il=0pt=rs au sip she
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L e.g tc. Al..o.nel N legan. beark 1.}
.r.: a insan W.Hwuusey, home ny B.y


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Lt. pr one.mieb sel Es n (SAILAll
out 4 r a -
men to the Un surrrr., .h of str p. re.n.
Is....ng dial-a-1sagrou-1 sad E let ... me .f
to present the same within two. years, or this
xxoticewiU ... ple..J.r.nes.-,...1,p.rp....t.=.p
.41NIM 1*1.It ILII
Nov. 21 1860. Sw. Itxecuthiz.




IX months after date I shall apply to be

d Judge of e69f hine ouyty
tato of MOSES E. LEVY late of said County
deceased.
D.L. U EE.tr
me ster.
Nov. 8 80. 6m.




KEREASayoungmanhaniedCITARIES
ALLEN SPERRY, my Apprentice, has
al.=.-end--i nod Aft erol war. *ated I.rr.irlay This
ne ll.. ren. vs u r...nl y ..Il ia r.- r.g.urses credi-
singorallowlifighimtoinedrany liabilitiesin
my name, neithershall I claim any'of his earn-
ing F.,war.ca.1 who 11.2-


g

Rlger La wne.










P.

mys. 19sdendye use Sunday*, For Pdlaska
as

I here. Pal RETarisNIN< 1-..ic A M, on
andqya, neuran-IgJ S sus.Jay,
TO NO At INTERIstEDIAT'E LANDINGS.

BL ] he P K. e
JPrtp. and Mr.e AM Ob Lht DuWu
my ag,> make r. pular w e.kly [.4.6 I M.J.
.),. 4,ar( i.n I su= ermedir.re lessor 1. syst.g
Jude.>nsill very Daters-Jay Use ng at als
,I,:rk R.mor..rg3..r.,day LeJ.s I andle.
AGENTS-T. HARTIDGE, Jakksonville, y
JOSEPH PERREIRA, Picolata.
W. S. HARRIS, Tocoi.
..O. DIEVAL,'Palatka...
T. J. BRANNING, Middleburg.
Nov. 8: 1860. ly.

Inland Route
FOR
CHAR LE 8 TO N, 8. G.
VIA
icola Jack ille & all Lakd
ta, sony an in
on 1766 Rivers Permandins fla. 8
oannah Ga. Bluffonatid Beim-
fort S. C.

TH SUPERIOk I

PACKET.








willie veralattaevery Mous r a 12

on it we Pr...Asts, very Thei.4 sy r. ght no 2
ee aric A -M. .
ali n,,, c.. Iacks.>nwillowery Tushday rnght
or e.,al.ek AM
5.0 Mare Fernandinavery Tuedray aght at
. obiG:KP M.
all love SRWaDDiall 6907/ edragraddy Daytd
Iool.akP. M
TWOO
illeare CInultator. S. C. Sar my o'clock
AM
' ARRIVING )
As Palanka Ph. Monday Leerung

Sept; 1, 1880 TLASDALE6mRFID

THE NEWSPAPER OF THE
SOUTH -

The Charleston Mercury.
v., e.I e.........seliable political, com-
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a awarrs.pan einisa n

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The IMPWS Of the South -


onlplianentaryv--THE POPULAR

in t a
a she

L." inasaRernedbal gent.
TI. L 4.T>N 110.[ 31 or M it
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I .. .th its pastwo .. ita or

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pr s ur..pur barry. boung so iden I
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.catia llaw c [n il.enounc ttis pr ..,uot
.rmL 1..5.: had commer, as te r ..ar.y.ok
on a 11m c...rket, ana id) i. -ory orardul
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DININ E S OLD8 O I
potenesrdlu quinicather, nl. el.Irsorr
.1..3 I..greau can-1 s.ublear use of ri wants r
...>ta in Ir.g.cal.ec.1, ears II., .Jul.iledpason
t .e-ti lay ses .[.-3 grs....a a=4Jo del.untal
ruly **L .. 41 L1,.r. <.>[:6 sp[r I live untaDIAGOLELCid?"
.r line g....p.e= b rry. Age LIS Ltd* &@*1 Fall
use,.7macle1 4., ar..3.-lo.. r.ca esp. no
c.,,l,3,,,.2-ra men. rd. ally I-.a-2 -,2,..]ra., ..i.r.ess
florat edor to the liquor, which renders it de.,-
t.au..i.,=u.:.=... urman.aliandra.-redsho rt..ls
i Ge..Lt .,. I.g..1 penary learse n aping lor the
ey n on the writer attet remArk tha
Massns. A. Si. BININGER & GO., 19 Broad
street Y. Y. merit the gratitude di the entire


tooth as preventive and curative dud
harmless exhib rating beverage Okemical

0 unabne 8 .keue.

F Orida Land Blaims
..LaboHICE.51.auoUSTINE.FLA.,
Deverri.:r 11800



undersigned having been appointed
ommissioAdrs to heas aind decide under

district as eqme within the provisqions of the
reseappr el Jul.. ...=-1 lor c.
".r., I


p a ree .ves acts abitn\s us he a
b erlo de..14 g ram na. u r r,. r 0

us r
10.ve-r.m. 1-wareware as a.sirem el. or le.
th, rus:0.x of elessn-, abs.Le on 1.11 on J
1.1,,[..1 5.us.=> I.nder .>..st. .
so.- ,si L.... ..p-sen *$6 '
1..... L.,, us, .l......aq .... . . .
necessary to a I al I I.. al.... In as
they will 1.u .J..r., 4....... ... J A ,
parties by the U. S. Marshal.
JAMES AT. GOffiD, 11egistest
ERANCIS P. FERREIRA, Receiver.
Jacksonvillai Standard Copy 8 times
December 11800 8w.

INPECTINE
ft Egfgig8 $6YOf 1808,
For the prevention:and oure of Fever and
Aguq and Bilious Fevers. Zhis wonderful re-
meQy wasbroughttot.heiniewledgeof the pre-
sentproprietorebysfriendwhollasbeenagreat
traveler iqPersia nd theHolyLand
..XVJailegantgdowntheriver Euplirates,'he ex-
periencedasevereattackofFeversar.J.Que-
04 discovering his condition, one vi the b-ar.1-
mentookfromhis person an Amulet, saying,
"Wear this and noEever will touch you.'S Al-
thoughincredulonsastoitsvirtues;hecomplied,
and experienced immediate relief, and has since
alwayafaunditanetfectualprotection from.all
malariouscomplaints
On further, investigation he found that the
boatman attributed toitmarseulouspowers, and
said that it could only be obtained from the
Priests of the Sun. Sometime afterwards, the
gentlemmain conversing with a Priest obtained
fromhisthesecret ofits preparation, sad as-
er dwherethemedicida ther swero6nfound1

virenesof this article have induced a full be-
lief ia site shade f abe nativesit the miraen-
loses thentuag powere al the ir PriffstE.
Smselaterusu.ns. amer.<4. ILL steentrue-1
enth use happledl 011001 Ly 60VGral LadieB and
Deusi.anencil..gacharac.:r, who have given
it the a..,n unstanianad praise. This remedy
h.LaingbecRtoajudearacsoPerialkfor ladudicule...f
Jeart., lor use pastrawn .urs.I sort of forer
anna Agase and untionse.@wars--st. now oKere.z

1& nadabarasures, by mail. prepaid. with full
d rect was foc useauriceapt on one wilar.
Prine.pul Depocar.4 Manutes.Nory, la .Main

ritWh >DJ. Dr nJ ULL ,dthank v. (Om-

.1,pid, was wn.coxeo

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In every unty of the (Whited

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^actuator. adapted to the wants of the Farmer,

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harnes, shas buen...sa usiersan opp.:nunily for
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No. 224 Nash Second ashes, Phiked.Inha,


p p a
da tra 6. sere.rver ex,
%.'bout so p Opened utG 160 farM
GAday in Osr sher near
Theabowe mala .* peer .aned Isr.ril the fand
Roaday ar.Moven.ner no a
The abore sale is posipened nmd the first
Holtday.in fJacernorr neat.
,Wheaboreerdeustspurpened unni she fust
1)(onday as January 181
Aa ar.g. Aber simB.BeallAE IS.m
Marrh beh- 16.,3. ^



studb ridd RFL.ele has asumanet For ILhauma-
liser., 8ala fthen s, Brusses. Buir Jonals,

oroGaid.eph no eqa a
..Lbo1st it 10t@ 66 unum te 1 8 Jiq WBilla. Aug

;gh I MMI 6 Emi RMM e
or ev edLeomini8yMe at

ceEsqlly.separ .




y The knif no a 1 Leary

.I.rushroughout use world
DARELS & PAls& Proprie are, New-7



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o 1016 8 ca 111.
G. i. ulBBS.
4,.,,

JU.9T 111.11JOI'[i.
PAULDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate
use; Choice extracts for flavoring, ris:
LemonVanilla,0rangeR4spherryStrawber
ryAlmo d&c, alsoPhregoricElizir of Opium
Misstabig Linansent, Bay )Lum, Seidlets Pow.
ders, Congress Water, Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Senus Gl arabic, Mace, Clov sha

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SCHOOL'
YORKVILLE, S C.
The Institillion is modeled after
theSquthparolihf)[ilitaffAsistle-
unes, of which the Prinexpals are
graduates. Af'lassical comes is added. For
1 ans. rm. ...rs apply re
Ava M.JtNKINS'Pr.co.prain
CAve. A. CQ)YARD*
December 1 1860. &w,
me.
Ilernand

MERCHANT TAILOR ,
has just rotarne from Savannah, with a fresh
and equal St. lief goods, wash he .6 pr.p.ar. 1
14 make to ord. r, sea Uns. Irn*>6L luabstandails hug
I...rmour y ret imet.
overraher a try

CREAT CURIOSITY.
; I' 1.4:. r.e I my ge-mi. 4 s ur.es.e. 4 and
most Yplwable inventions in the know?
world, for ithithye trailt agents everywhere
Jul p.,,riculanners as
01 s CLAR Biddeford, Ma ne.
N.* 0 NE. for




TilL two Brary Srone home
wal. Inc and and a so on,
El O.erge Street, oe upied

d mrREzil s a ly p t
April.2 ,-1


H'"
e'f *



le a a & Free e 3 1,s o
east-steel,11.*ather..ant-.r.m EX MANN

Det. 18, 11560-


At~ oia ."dean Es to!IIL a1I LP 1
to .4a-J morinl~fo F s.sb oreign ..s..=ag neC, sde
then.Ie Eanof 1e roitegiqri por--t ibe In ams,
io pn -t i l. rp.p c,

Oct.1~8;1860. Sw '


PPOflamation of' Elec- AllERIFF'S SALE.'
Bl" c done of an Csequilon line..ed out talria
tion ord??.M."LFE:"it;&'?Ji"tt
PROBATE OFFIOli Dec. 8, 1600. nae directed anddeliveredinfavor ofWilliamB.
31 Jilection.will be held on Saturday the Giles et, al. vi). RubtsKiSeWallaiid wife, Ihave
Tw=nty-second day of December 1800 at levied upr. s.r.d 411 esp rse are 4.1* si Susan-

o,7.LM?,"i'.!".11s! "Jo!!""iff 1 ihti'2. .:2 1 "'t .'si', 2
sh r edhe city of blishassee onNTi us on to a rn c.1
To r nee .ures, 4 to third partof cer-
Per r."collisirictbaemg led64 to n of I at g 16,00 aciesmo
Del t pream.t tr t T n- rI 18 r if.:, sT

n, not al., I

L re posep r.,,a unt.Ill., shr

M -1 the us Is abo e I ,= p ,sd units] .Jun ur
-Mar 6 rm, L a M J. .4 is.. I unr.1 the Arst
Mt 0 r M.r.I.4 .rs? r. as

In Er., 1 I.ant we open 1 sarril the Br.s

., ,_E t...ar.t rs.. M...fe usuo a sp no unad sthe.fars.
M.1 -- C d..a. tr s. I er M e. -, 0...... Mou: ca.L.erp a med uz.r.1 e fare
inue th.J-ust Heinty its Le star r. 5
? .11 113 lawn I reemer-I ten n or tail. pe araw. <.;.ie is p arp nea unf er und* 1854
is= re- u $.oley, Unisen a ql game. .1 as. iaen.1uy in Jaz.urst r
fluesbowe male ed an it did Gra
ace P.eeir.er- non or 160 n






r no a r .2

rn met, ft I ndeay Jeol -ale .5 postpiped irm.1 the Arm

JNO. LOIT PHILLEPil, bde 5 mi us f astposed and Lhe first
a 4 180 Julip .> Phabate
ThesDowe sale as osi God drul UJd flam


r

,
Arldfl emi.r
Maron. March it, 31
larami an semical anif.ne of commer-
ci IMirurpl@Pt*I"*89vestrtl**9Isret**418triedree:-wiltelt
Press a tree Ir.)rra [1.< heavy Faul this, orns
perfe ct 481 arm.Jullerian*I Inc i.e.
II..w..r kinderswedfrom me Grmc.
Med n RMI-**n.xHy
4 A f ll.LIT :th. D.Prare.Lawyer"
wr. Ith, PC, Eqgision Srreen
For filgde / W111ART@Z. Jr.
1 ple Prm.pal Agene,
No. 118 Wa 1 1 Sc Plulade bla.


DL II.4RT,
lm.


Oct. 20, 1860.


AR -
gpgg jal BI 0110011.
p th.cally. rhe Mracear representaineSrate

"f1,'it""&&1""12.1':"i'^""'""!i.8 loon... . g, us.
Lt..ir suburjry Nov<11. a 4
Dailylktrespry, yearinadvance; 510,00
'fri-Wee y 6,00 I ,
No paper ser4ssless the adah disorrepasses U.e
orfer. UST Received a lot of Chorde ack, 01
E B. RBETT Jr. Ilyson,\bingdq,'rety'$arpethe
Nor; 19 CMMW R. C. dept..12, liatu. H. 8 CAMA, ,


Dec. 8 1860. Q. L. AIT4GELY, LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
, 80kActessituatell klbut0milistroinSt.

Rye & Buckwheat, f"Ctmit"it"f':.11M"
E
1.erea wnt. Lave Osk sh for ship builusag, and
RYE PLOUR, BlidXWABA2 remi,4.tellumeoutrationorsess crops grown
PLOL'REXTRA 7 IDthea.mit.erraccumry. AlsobuscrosofLared
r 'uated abour I.' m he souus of St Ar. arirae,
,s p.I.oe calle& Freea. For turther pa. culars
JerSale st 1 Ly?(Agg/ ap to F P FERREIRA.
hapt 22 Auguedae, Jnly 14,18t)0.







.. L rrarrrrr-


I ~ I I_ I


K ERO 8 EN ROILI
TEENEWYORKKEROSENEOIL00.
186

now enabled to offerit to the Tradest
A REDUCED PRICE* /


Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8*
1856.


MATERIAL. LAMP.
*g

Kerosene. Kerosene. 13,689
Gamphque. Camphone. 6.625
TV hale Oil. Solar. 1.892
Lord OiL Solar. 1.640
Sperm Oil. Solar. 2.035
Burning Flu & Large Wiolr. 553
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II


I


850 i


'Re app 4 ti'tradb,;by Mail or
8, Agents
98 Pearl Street, N Y.
Kerosene is alsoto be obtained at the Men-
ufacturerat Prices, of all the New York Whole
sale Druggiate, Grocers, Campbene and Sway
ing Fluid Manufactureds and Dealers in Lamps,
N. B.-KER OBENE is the trad6-
mark of the Serosene Oil Co., and all
persons are paudioned against using the
said tasderspark for other oils.
Oct. 15. SW


AND PERMANEIFILT,
W n *
ANDFERMANENTI.r,'
AND PIRMANEarn.x,



WAN Axr sons PAtxAca.
on allust

o
EverF Drugginand Country Merabus should keep
a super or els valuable Remedy. mos only hein the
gi. M GIM aewas M m a a
amempdemie espealel aga poemain.p asure.n or as

B RR
April 14 1860s

ES I.a I $5 di$ '
DYSPE C REMEDY.
.*
.

Remedyhasthelar-
a ,.
gest SRIO OI RDy Ble*
dicin e in the w orld.

100,000 packages
SOld en Georgin and
BOHill 0 OilD
fourt.eenrnonths. It
8 W 8 FFan ( ed (O

cure, if directions
are 101 OWed, ftDy
CRSO Of f Spepsia,

LIVe r Disease,


Debility, Palpita-

tion, Chronic Diar-
rhtea, Giddiness,

Depressed Spirits,
.1 OSS Of Appetite,
in an to Side and
Back It is special-

ly adapted to. Fe-
Ill816 COM I Rilif5) it
DYOduces R.otung

ity of Form in Fe-
IBRIOS Of a Thin and

Spare Habit.
Every invalid
should try one


4 4 BLISS & CO *
Paoralrroa4
$SS Broadway, New York.
for as its St. Asigadne by


AdmillOAS AND FO SN,
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM
s A -wr at or s,


sofrfrcre t'.s Br. Fr.*'.g.as H rel
The Grereoquope Js ii) inosp an In"


ledgeits worth oad beauty,
No home is complete without it, and li mus
and will popotrate everywhere*
we d lbt friewMe1Ye P8T pof the
and sharpness of detail, as if you were on he
Photographers are everywhere explormg
Euro ea eAdrio ,dalendea inesen h th
skill are constantly driching our stook,
We have an immense variety of paper Views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, dronian.1,
Ireked'1,Wales, France, Belgium, Holland.
inble a pahr ers on 8 Clout
Athenii, the Holy Land, China, India, rP
Palsokso Oroups Historical. amneing, mar
nage scenes. i.rer.nsast scenes, passes. natu-
ary, so., Ac .40 enquisale authorament of film
namated lateriorqof Paisons. Churches. and
cathedrals or France. Icaly, ad to. The st-
her at these usum nameI ssowe as mass remark-





Anthon'y Instantaneoup 8tereescope Views
are the latest Photograplife wonder. They are
taken in the fortieth part of a second, and every-

3gP d3 a ra shd n
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The-pro- i
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un- 1
known in Europe, we receive from London and 1
Paris large orders for Anthony's lastantaneous I
Views of Anterican life and scenery. ,
Among other things we have just published
Stereescople Illustrations of the Beene of the
Faiton street Prayer Meetings, in which many
hearts feel an interelit. The partisiulars of this
will be found in our catalogue.
Our estalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwardedtpanyaddressonreceiptofastamp.
Parties at a distance sending us $8, $5, $10,


, :,' [=*, .
F es whh wish to be advised of everything
really valuable in the line that comes out. may
sends their names to place on record, and ws
wi kneept m posde4 dou oownex nee.most
fascinating and delightful amusement. We are
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything
ROCOBBary for their BRCCOS8 together With in-
structions "How tai takeStoreescopic Pietures."


Ms @2 e e a a
country are respectfully invaef& to make an ex-
amination of our stock, as our discount to the
trade will be liberal.
roP to olo grap la ers.- Fares dense
MereescopacNeguaramented,
Bend by mail a preast urannosimed, with price
of tgative. ,
8. 4m.
E3TRAGRDLNataSALE OF .
GOLD PEltCILS

8 0.5 0 LO 0 RET 8!
Gold PenoH with Gold Pen attached,
OR
GOLD LOOKE T*
rv es. oor
AN APREMIUMTOEACHPURCHASER
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO 53.00.

AMER woon more fuknOn
elry, Ag., sad from the neweveal antisfastion
en e auwhi Pga sedo some

*(vt" g'ggy,*g-gytg== **
but a fair and legitimate sale, Ap which ryh
purchaser gets theralue of his or her money in
a GOLD PENCIL WITH GOLD PEN AT
TACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, Jairth
each which cannot beboggitt at any retailetore
gi, =9;:2,"@**
la pU? uA 0, ,andheaus wor
NO lilONEY EISTEEDI .
We goa to let 9 ersee how wbst Pre-
7""..., .,'ttage...'s."A", '8".'"!"0 ""$?"!."'"'? ""."8
no an, or makes, was we w:H Ishire unear
*******=.*=ai etheabyreturra mmalshr.L
Preminatheyeare entined 1hey can then
"sea.prive.g. or evading for n uany
u.Y.::st'st."""'d?.:::,".'"it',2:8:::
panchaser ORD shell Or Arkd0 ((se abuse artioles
g pu they abat hun, and remiu the Preauun.
..','.."F:',t;,"ia:',"**,:-","",""sj**
rely upon hang as ta.ndy derall nuk as ough
0..; and m... pro...... >manor,
any pers a men.Ju.g ten nb for our goode will
resume a Pa near and Penned Prenawn, or Leak-
eterad Premiumfree.
st;&#'~-'""*'" *
Ampag 94r Prounumearearticleaskh for
z,.es....a. .........

""" xy an .
was a gp ., Go

"it?"^, gg 7
Pina, Gold no to qE4

"* ***** *** ******.as., e.za
Stone, Cameos Garves an Goyal Breast Pimp
ad war mage, Gold Bruelate, Gold sis 7,
Bu as, 9 s el 4 a8 5 x ,

oorDd 9 e references given it eyever
pt re
,, @ a av
lab as being aisoarriq4.


PAILS,
BROOMS,
FLUID, CAMPRIN .
CANDLES,
DATES, JELLIES,
AND )(GS, PRESitRV50
3,E.CARR.
Jan. Y.

$#$5 AC IS.
FA L EMETONS ARE.0177.
Brokelcolloqapping.w
the spare change alike a
merciless showman grery
body must .have 4 897 Hat if no
a theyit and verybo mu t n wr ^
choose knquingly such a variety. Every thing
Tift"T2,f"'"t:,,tthwhh ad
rims as ie e eim rBH ah d ely

glyTSwellbilead Ventila re Eggglews
from Pah's day down to-e t of tbo pan who
al 4 slept in his hat. So hyrdh SOts

JOSEPH V. HEBRIDEE,
MERCHANT Tylpl(.
WOUlp respeerfully infere his I'rands
andese ubtlegenerallytha lament..,.
prepare to execure any or er., to rus
n, a asIa mays 5,p rag lig eHeb

"Tu""t't"C'.?" .1 its!\ e
Bidh, and femay Cannuare, Venugga, he
flee, &
All orders oneoured in rbe heat style of work
anarnship, thr and only.


HAV A14 A
5



N. RO GERO
(BENET"8 CORNER,>

tr 4 d fu a Id


YE OAK LAND FOR SALly
800 Aotessituated abpqt 6 at lea from St.
v oo whPtd no 9 at


pg y g g y #4

ionneenj oran inn Tweed Cloth, Feasy Coasimersy Ladies 014 k.
7,*.,17.', ty;.gagggar,,4e.g
"T i'"f i"iff agg?"N';
Meano updu am, Fatey 01494, How
U.dmas.aGersu allerano t.alf Hose, Frenchm
Engual, can.ur.....ned and white mann,..
T.assex
Nov.
.-
AKEIAGE GUIDE-Belag a pinnine in-
""C "ar d, married erseas a the
2"'?"',"".""5"'"1 "tit''","t:,*'.1
or presention of rFap ung, incluams sh the
new.necoveries....r hear. goes an uns xa-
gh.In language, by W6). ItsUNG, af. 9. This
La really a kindle sqd unteready work.. It
as wrmer. an plain leaguage for the generg
;:::,::%,:"";WAit .:,t::",51
coastemplatingmarriage, and bring the least
e. ai.. u...ws.a ur., .ua ... as.
*, ,
be any one n use me pd ornress

2 o **0 bambolik

m a
or s.neter ... was ....sir. ., r...iss-
whq qAvqr he a Wisor quy other paper aret
a copy or either styr Young's Books inst MA
so y Ans g
R. YOUNG own an cousalted on any of the
diseases described in his ps.DiscauGas, BB Jun
Oill 16. 8 mee asms, aborgemrds.


P-r~~~~~ i-- .


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>.....*** Dany and Weekly
Obewww '
agr IBUC8 IM, BE THE PRO*


a daily peria th alty that we find is
absole usetenny b p b pub-


goalayaly, but respecifully. oo-operate with
the Demogracy of Florida in maintaining
the Rei ea of the party within ite limila
All nterease and whatever dwill add
t the see ly of our you g no growing
The interests ofour beau iful and grow-
: intrain will be looked after with consu.nt
Allikited4
.Ian is be distinctly understood that due
OBSERVER will atways contain the veG
leans news of the day, repons of markets
.aereThflyselected matter of nine and
pArity for the 'fam.If airole. Paruoular
muenuan willbe given to mattersandshings
peearring in.Alabama and Florida.
'TERMS:
VEB. 810 00
ygaggy do ' S60







TOCO I IIO U SE

r 1 i o
for the reception of Boayders.
This Hotel has repeatlybeen
buds anst newly furniphag. It is on the East
side of theat. Johns rivet six miles above Pioo-
latasttheterspinals of time St., Johns Rail Road
(now being constreated y conneoLir.g us.a ones
wi& St. Augustine. A inue of stages will wans
BL Augustine every Thursday for Tooolsad re-
turning lone Tooni every Friday unu',the
gag Road is completed.
Applicalits for bliard willplbaseapply to
17,.'tkPAINS, booi Fl**
Dee.101859t (


eats can be surelyan4permanen-

])$Oil
A asanza axa rowmarer; annan ron wan-

gleCREA TEORGAltis. ,
Wisprepared by
4 AW EMIZENT PR 810145 OF TH QT&T,
Andhan Igdg yeen known here as

I O T 1r 1 ate
weakened by excess, or by
$HS INDISCRETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH'
Thiepreparationts nota 8TIMUI.ENT, but
A FURELY MEDICKWAL BEME.
DT' 4
She sShoned are indeed to arypt,"
IT WII.I. 8947,1..7 gygy, ,
Semdfarsaironiggestateaditcarefullysad
gf mO LLAR.
Ceabs eena by mail. One rialwill lash a month*
HOLY.SALE AND BETAII/BY
E. ORUMER, AeaNT,
Mo.%4% Broadway, N. Y.,
Aphi

"QUACKH WOSED."A
AraluablelledicalTreatiseondiseaseand
weaknessoftheSEXDALORGANS, by
r ,...im ND TOTHE zCna.
phouldberead by everyherty,
September 1, JW, 17.


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