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 29, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00222
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EQUALITY IN------ THE UN AN NOHIGLE


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fol uAurancessarrna wJI be huserted nob"
Dae belitar per aquare, eF twelve Un.5 ars.J
ander, Ibrine larn to artson, .}ad 3. was.I., .I'l a
c.-nu for to1, notese. near insealeran
Le.rI,,r r I.erris..ra shall [.6 I.r .ie I to 11**
spacecontraried u.r All out.v.*a.::*, thou be *'s
wrmagamug mannately the assunre of r'**I
musiness to be adruraised Any rolvenamean-:ab
ses propedy connected sub use t.us.nese shall
he clea.yed separawaly and 61.0 any ens.g.sf
nalv*roverunementius.count*,uch-d.r..r.
AH adverusear-ents but marked sor ts the roam
or or us a .sdequire, sail be owne.u.....i
agas Frre Delians 11,e ent.rg...i for all an-
teno..sues a or 6.aardenes sor unk.ne. .n ad-

anaBlik,.Ot.i oary not adur. the{asiccee .cs
eng r...e.
causer ad.ertisemiers pavaria q..ar ,

p",as j 1 !l u /n:
coast nJ does wl..n calls:a fur.
ourTus an -
Ap.hesuon Isr t..mure, Aair.unstar.- .
esice to Debids"pd Ondaless/ -
Apytiouraithr dia...s..s.I. as .a.inwans-
All La a r\11(/Psue... / usr ,
eu nce driatery ff rhe ac.L.

SHERiff"& SALI .
7 virtue of ar. 05 alban a u I West I .
I rer aor j s. -1.
usederatedanddeterers-1a1.w. 01b.II. .
thleset. at we I.usus i .S na l....J mi.* I .e

of .pru so. nal... us it. r ..I .. II.. .1
are tobe I'hou. In tI ce I n
Tairty-three Acres, being the third part of cer-
tain gcautof land containing 16,000 acrys more
si en h TIfrja ul 8 ano
ed to John M. 11tes unsp (pwxed until the 1st
Monday in May.
It dea above sale is postponed until the fleet
The bronve e is postponed until the first
h v e is postponed until the first
Monday in August,
31Time above sale a postponed until the first
Th e s on ned until the first
Monday in October next.
II ionTjfons el>ostponed natil tke fsrst
The above sale is postponed unti) the firs
Monds in De n erp t ned until the first
monday in January next.
31Tn in a a postponed until the fzrst
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in March next.
The above sale is postponed until the fast
Mondayin April next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
a day in Ms see .postponed-until the first
monday in June next.
MrTodenya alyale is postponed until the first
Mo^deabove sale is postponed until the iirst
The 1 ve 21 ti pxo tponed until the first
onday in September next.
IIS'h or albee afostponed until the Arst
The above sale is postponed 1mtil the first
31 o bi r s oned until the first
MondayinDecembernext.

foT31e be a ry, a aspersed aruq11.0 first
Mm B DAVIS,
Hard 5th i. Sherid Isreward emir.g.

q Mrtstang I.iniment.
Walkhisie rhtne alone could insure the success
thisartsole has attained. For Kheuma-
Salt Rhenm, Burns, Bruises, Stiff Joints,
d. Sprain, Pole Evil, and Swellings upon
Horses, it has no equal. No person wdi be
e e hoe ei in
Mastsag Liniment, I can cheerfully say that no
he a 5 W 811a a idy
field, Conn." 8. LmTex, }sq., Hyde park, Vt.,
1 e n u a fr
of th M rtang Liniment I have sold him for
irrl60 Your Liniment is doing wonder. up
here." Such testimony is reaching us every
Asy. The half is not told. Every family
e ehave it. wn alita T
dealers throughout the world.
DARNES & PARK, Proprietors, New-Fork.





IN the etweet by a Servant a gold ring. The
owner on obtain it by 81 (e. IBBS.
Nov. IS, 1800.


The Isrk drearse. f theaninior 1.ght.
*.nd e.nge, r n.i soar are the pur.= air; .
The downs .r.rerpret the r deinghs,
Wul. shear sweet adors everyr.here.
Di.: e.alesa worlds, both greasand small I
Oh m Lar7 depths ofeg aven r.n spi.ee,
to my 1-eals false ye all.
And are re all n resung-p
Thy eyes are alled will, to..rs.
AJuablemensedpeace.1ra-Jr-ss
Hake all my senses to a eril.;w
ash love for allslain that
ga use,-
Bru nowalestnranspase.anders
Use day igns comes. Ten dream and sleep
Thesisy so blue and clair aloft-
.trad my hears'.s peace .scalman-I deep.

To*A STAB
Welame, fair star I Lhat abanessobrigin!
Oh' what a pureas..i hessesly lighs
Phou seem'd to haveanovel .
Thou twiniclest m the sky so graf*
As daylight gamly fades away _
Thouspeak'zt sons oflgre.
Thou arnid or he waveler on in way;
Wh-=<. rn she.seeds the glonous day

Ad a : Loab uson art;
And or. hun shou
Ajoylessly they part.
emoonshanes brightly o'er
faile or (O Odbud muer,

brpe da ll;
But
sh us is (

($1ilit an r
Across the sweetly seeilled field,
Or maybe by the murmuring rill
Watching it gently glide.
Thou tell'st of him who rules the sky,
And m:1ddly looks down from on high
To allield the just from harm;
And itwe wisely keep His laws,

Amicalways follow arighteous cause'

A Win's POWER.-The power of
wife for good or evil, is irresistible. Hom
must be the seat of happiness, or it mus
be forever unknown. A good wife is to
man, wisdom, and courage, and strength
and endurance. A bad one, is confusion
weakness, discomfiture, and despair. N
condition is hopeless where the wife posses
ess firtunessdecisions and economy. Ther
is no outward which ca un
pl OSperity n co
tract indolence, extravagance, and folly a
house. No spirit can long endure bad do
mestle influence. Man is strong, but hi
heart is not adarnant. He delights in en
ternrtue and action; but to sustain him, h
ne da a tranquil mind, and a whole hears
He needs his moral force in the conflict
of the world. To recover his equanimit
and composure, home must be to.hhn
place of repose, of peace, of obedrfulness
Of comfort; and his soul renews its strength
againand goes forth with fresh Vigor t
encounter the labor and troubles of life
Busif at home be; finds no test, and i
there met with bad temper, sulleaness, o
gloom, or is assailed by discontent or com
plaint, hope vanishes, and he sinks int
despair.

agh, Great stress is placed upon the fac
that everyman in the Distries of colaspbi
is in favor of the Union-with the excep
tion of the Congressmeg who favor seces
sion, not an individual goes for a dissolu
tion of .the Union. Every effook has it
cause, and we presume the effoot, whic
produces this great love of the Unio
amo the Columbia be traced t
ilg as, may
the Treasury.

IMIL., A young blood from Suckerdom
wishing to get a chance to tell a young lad
what he thought of her, donned his bes
looks and address her in thig wise:
"alliss, can I have the exquisite pleasure
of rolling the wheel of convention aroun
the axletree of your understanding a few
minutes this evening ?" The lady fainted


m:r.Ts of alan. 4,** UM D(ft alL.\,**

a lby.peart, astandard artrole with the
Olls as a Remeallal Agent. a
lie **Ol.[* LONDON 17005 01N oi Mears
A. At. biblNI'CR :a 1.0 its ther.d are. L, line
ban a 1.0 ..110 >11. rhe pr..ne:-slun on many
years I care Ir,. ..utte poemente-l TI. BDd
a icilh-ts.eled suraninge*, wrbels sto Jeree-
4 hah, te*:ra f 11- i.:d. 14 to evide.tly L.ae
p .er Mrs. y ear--rul -le-r.el.1....a- 5-, nei.ve
P IPl'-II.a yorals.*c non. LefE*ir ill blers.fej
It***1*)"*C Fibria .s v..ry ki.e.v. fru.ry
rninromarielievor in becourmulaplosince
I Eurgerers I havia hmi secess .r. =u rest many or
th.. g.v.nn as r...aker. .and =.IT.....> wary cr.nein1
.xran...ranonsfut....urwar-marolia .asidael-les
si..a EININGLIL ULErl.=="dver DOthiGIN"
br, n, . ..,, It... uy gue.J pr. .* .r..11arenable
.1 \ I ur & 1bl... n
6 =0 na 15.< p..ca FI. so I
r.... d..r.g is...h sur so,-

COLloN BALTER, MD
8 Wear 8311. Street, N. y
ER A OLD LONTION laucK GIN-,
th. us rate abat one. radiear<*J for
Ir.- . r. on dadileq. 1. r
easea gr na. to-as delical.
.0 Ir... so wi .usuMrsd.mr als Lane

.8 ..r. 2.., .0.1 guess stad =squal
rno said. -andFa6r. set
cu ri,. u 8 ...elland tasical.Le, wink
.r :-p...J pur.r., drawatanarkstal str an.
.Gu'IU c vb. ,seder must rialreank thrs,
51 an ..L I DENIFo tR < IX ,a13 Br.;r.4
er n I 11. Gk its* e Use lure
r ,
o



Uti 10.4 Eill.in.
CiPA'JLDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate
) ) use, Choice extracts for flavoring, nz.

ry" on, r illal Orange R p jly, ra r
o rg e ant r s al"ei so
Senun, (Jumarabic, Mace, Cloves, Cassia.
Sept. 13. B. E. CARR.
KING'S MOU}TTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL,
YORKVILLE, S C.

P'f f The Institution is modeled after
theSouth06olma Military Acade

graduates. A 1 asical cours& is 301 la
full information plly -NKINS

C LPT. A. COWARD. Principals.
December 1 1860. Sw.

3. V. Hernandez*

MERCHANT TAILOR s
has just returned from Savannah, with a freEll
and elegant Stock of goods, which)1e is prepared
to make to order, in the most fashionable and
Disarate ma 2 r.

CREAT CURIOSITY.

WEn n a gr at & i dunad
world, for which we want agents everywhere.
'""'"" ra" 11""; Biddeford, Maine.
Nov. 8 1860. St.


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Ia Tv 1 o Stone house .
8 St. George Street, ocec. j s
by \Ym. REYES, to whom application may be
made or at this dice nearly opposite.
"-


FRIHil)' FlOUr.
ARRANTED White Extra for Family use
Selected for family Pastry Baking &0
only Gk -1 airing. B. E. CARE-


PAINTS AND OILS.

I Su EPrinO ,la adL e herT
Puay, Chroaxe Green, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Red, Prussian Blue, Paint Brushes.
Sept. 15. B. E. CARR.

GUAVAJELLY.
N Boxes. Olives, Capers, Pickles, Mustard,
Red Pepper, French Chocolate, Mazons,

s, fell ISre covesiti ee ae ca sealed
Nov. 17. B. E. CARR.

FLINT 00)1N '
OO Bags for Rominy. CowBPeLas to toldo
I or. 17.


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ives. akeneousternedtodoand the froway g
or an a- **r IIntEi- n esswas throws ..ur a dead of dust whenew
le peers, from Saderson re Suse-as for sinkes ble.s..lf Bul the -usagtress of
,. ash.I.i.e.g.ninted withat.e.u-hase any dwellingwhoshall.iesenbehar?.0,
,, the prelive, f gs..d wave They Lawl.een the back, panne gather in front,
supposed .0 cope or a prace above rubb, at sheseel, and re bed nly I
crowne dge,1J ar.1...ther tirst cha r alambles, all s.1,e -h"rr and disorder 9 donni
and qprqpared to an inf)Dild 98hully a)(OEffe(La JORY 10 0 purBOpilled. A of* [
in heaven ..nd it(, real.ach hey.bear ine b r, sp ked"all over'swl
pl a or .
a' ed adall., ph at of the domesu
be trarb in. thategood wirer. Jou'r belong surely'the most igueserate
to poetrf. Theyarspison, quies household ever pleasure do. ironmn's
fuers. Their sphere Jane within abo n rrow- albrd r.o pi:y Ie husband of aali
oirole of 11.8 homestead, not Imong thestara, wife. <
an I The Danes, noL The Muses, are thd' The stricityars fraser is anothy v
nouress of in= piration. For inspired they ly of The negleetf-si wife, who is sad
are, and with somerbing seller abroo day in rhe side of her cara sporo. She is
dreams., while their realms as they govern or home in rain weather, and her h
IL, a lightly consolised 11sr mose ph.rr3, has juar auoh a co loans) dese -
1 RA I 10 Elliaty fu Clot la Whell poeth & agial about .[ as one migh twin
go q,;iler that arrille wing. e, Khan in she Essern wilderp
b h
A good who .sa wome of business Mac ance so mile a sheerfid echo*
She proceeds n on as ran h..van for its atwin a living shadow excepr. ylieg s
and an( purpose she proteer on of her saopsesorbarway. Itlaveae idea that a
husband a surerests, his comfort, he happy a home left go take care of itself, unarmed
neese, and the s.=etarement ro hesaelf of lay a smile from its mistress, from daylight
hearty, und.vided love. If .LI married to dusk, grows dimmeraml more dismal in
women acted upon such a pion, there would it.#aspect day by day. Never dId I ernor
be fewer maimentaljealousies, deseruaras bdbomicilo e(a streat-yarnyink.-to
anddivaced Beliere me, Lhe best.eounter- r, as nanal, not at home, withootget-
poise.co all outside sea.ptarious as a pleasant, rang the blues-. There is someshing in the
home, illuminate I by che" prenetee of a very aunusphere of a home lefr. wholly
loving wife; it wdi sometimes draw a way- (bo care of servanfa thatchilla the m
ward busbapa from she bannia of dissips. of my bones. And, then, what mischief
Lion, and make a man of him, when even (be streel-parra spinner does. Howahe th-
bis best friends have east, **Ephraim is tie-castles aquy reputationsi how she
juned to ble adal.s, let him alone." g.xd names with her scandal-freig
I need not describs a good wife, nor the breath; what MF, false surmisea.
attraelive tapent which the litr.io domestic malD&BolOlys, rumorS F IhtL truth get
empire, Homeassumestanderberm ge- *overrakessbenemagallopinthee m
Inent }Ve all know whallininvir.atP@as re tyr What frofable she. brings upon
COM$ 0 SQd tp6 00sHfurtable the fahly unhappy E.usband, wha je saddled whip
parlor anny to present, on rtle e shialld wr man I.Ise e-ea
Joessare
thu31sLWS 01 lair ins.**Jtuths .2, Bald 80mulloR Or 80f 6 E 0 difffffGPA SpanMtay 6p

washours..ellaug He valuessraewerheard San
in Ihe virago key. bhe does all stungs unid The teamagased, perhaps, is worn df alL
ly. Akindly whisper is enough for her child- With her there can be to peace, or b
ren, who are never ragged, dirty or rebelli- peace. Her evoloo 2. still for war." A
ona. Even the burly watchdog looks as if what a voiceit is. It is as the shriek of k
he guarded the house for pure love, and not dozen greaseless ades. There -is no le#
for the cold victuals. But, alas I these dawa to it. Pitch in all, it stays there.-
domeskie paradisef are like watering-places It goes titiough.you like a knife, and not
in the desert, thing scattered. If men only sets your teeek on edge, but makes
were better, there would be more such ur hair stand on end, It transpierces
homes; and if there toere more, men would e servants through the ears, and reduces
a be better. There are creatures in broad- them to a state of semidioey. It curus the
e cloth who cannot appreciate anything that milkof human kindness sour in the gen.
t is domestic, and there are beings in orino tiest breast, as surely as a thunder storm
a line who do not seem to understand the turns milk to bonny.elabbea. Butthesub-
meaning of the word. Of these two classes jace is too repulsive. I don't like to dwell.
comes much matrimonial misery. Why upon it. Heaven keep all good zhen and
o either should marry .1 cannot conceive. true from intermarrying with one of those
- Probably the old serpent whose firakexploit moral rasps, called termagants, vizens, or
e on earth was to set its first couple by the viragos. A plague go with them-as in.,
. ears, put it into their heads. I migh say deed it does-go where thpy will. -
Th b
t a good dealabqut bad airdshiftless husbands. ere are oa er varieties of the black
. Heaven knowafl have seen enough of th4m aheep of the wife-fold,-but I have not the
s in all their miserable varieties But to 3pirie'to dwell upon them.hore.. There are
. draw their ploture does not come within the the fast wife, the slow wife, the pers wife,
e scopeof my present purpose. It is of wives the dismal wife, and several others, whose
. and to wives only, that I wish to speak. Senius for making husbands wretched and
s And now, having dwelt at some length on themselves objeals of dislike la truly you
y the theries of the good ones, I wall give a derful.
a few specimens from the black sheep of the But, when all the ebatT is winnowed
, 11001:. If a.ne.ug my brief sketches any away there is enough or the pure .conud
h marr.<.1 Indy should fancy.she depects her wheat of womanhood so make all good men
o can likeness, all that one has to do is to bsppy. And besides, thousands of inoosan
. Lurn over a new leaf, and.the resemblance petens and inconsiderabi wives are blessed
s will cease. with warm hearts; and if abliere is good
r The slip-shod zoffe is a terrible eye-sore material to work upon4herwisalways hopes
. -and heart-sore too--tothe man of method. of reform.. Is as orily wives without hearts
o cal habits. One might suppose, if such, that are isourrigible, and they are as truly
things were supposoble in a matter of face exceptions, I hope, in the kingdom of reg.
age, that the malignant fairy, disorder, had etation.
t presided at her birth, and endowed her A word and I have done. Lot no wife
a child airith her own hshits as a sponsorial deem me obtrusive orimpersinent when I
- present. The motto of the slip-shod, wife advise all wives, for their own sakes, to
. is, "a place for nothing, and nothing in its make home so delightful that no spot on
- place." Her home is "chaos come again." earth beyond its walls shall seem c4mpara.
s Everything in the home seems to have ble to it, even in the eyes of a not easily
h been either deposited* there by a gale, or impossible husband. 86 I tell them
n washed in a freshest, or dropped in a shnu- how to do that Not & anonsan
o der-shovrer. Not that there are any tokens Issows.
of a rush of water, save such as might be
indicated by the confusion, On the con. ago., A negro boy being senaby his anas.
, trary, all the rowns seem to be suirering ter to borrow a pound of lard froma neigh.
y from the dearth of that Inid-and of soap. bor, shus delivered his meaiange:
t The children's faceaplainlyshow that they "Missue Thompson massa sent (me over
are not ansphibioup-being entirely of the to borrower to beg a pound of hug tOlaw;
e earth, earthy. The outs, falling in with he any he got 40 We now as in do pen fa>
d the family.habits, seein to have neglected ten'; he gwine to kilth td wash and towel themselves with their sorday, and be conse over week fore last,
, paws, as the folines of cleaner households and p y you all you owe us."I


fb abe
somethe ir*osaid on? .5>wer...rared
Praena of the Sun somethe a arterwar-sa. trai
ge60 -mars I co eson usu.,p. I as a c.in ira(j
as-rrurand Where the u.44.e.ned larba .nea., fuand,
of islaion is was composus-1...J. '164 .=u.el...1,a
vismea of uns.anacle less. .radu.:e-1 a (c.I.1 1,, .
Imr pr. tale rr...ade of use nal rep as, the maract.-
hand nealing guess..,,.1 U.4.s 1-rassus
5,,,;, ,3,,., ,,,,,,, .10.corn. .r l...s i.e.:r. tr.- 1
will, tl. any...s*:-t :ilm.x lay .=venal L.adae ,-.3
Genu.:mers or bags. t..sra**los, who to.us ga .:r.
allas. braves uses.minised p..s.R. Es.- rous..J,,
be.1.ng bates us its..:alican l"* Ga s Isr heela-Jr..eli**I
.sears, for th-s s.ne.mration su.I ...;0 ..1 ftv.,
oc.1.1guessau Gil.<,w. Fr.r.:..s-sa now of ...J
touseAmerse.inpa-ple.
it .. If of 5- a ty so, J. pa*ermed, v.rb inst
4,,, c. .. .. ns ........ur it...r,
5, g,..iain....i ten r. tr..* I .rk ..1 L...n.-
mean us ing, 0.0

July II as


O St.





a May

0 OP.
TijG her .. r l. le plea a e- arate:Ma>e
thath*5 6:L DI r ut a 1.Pillib ur.
/f, unt a calieu r... r. rr
be hat late M rs J al if 1, use::. 0
.ge pu ..el, ..1.,, so., to r
11..arL. all*ru..r.
sN L R.n Sc in.LE ally in at

r m., 1.1 ......
d hits self lit th City /
wnhout regard to experisis and with a view to
indleans e6 FLOld L I LS without a
The FL$(10.1 HOUSE is nost advantagzons-
tsitu ed ext Ce as ce it o(di g le
d:sunble retirement, as well as exemption 1rom
IMediky> ter will 1 1 es;o sl ula
surrounded with Terandsks four in numi er
Bottom he re ee it /|enadad
bad weather
in r e 1 b d fa{u L of hiss 1 m
are found growing in perfection.
allThe J'8dde is unsurpassed, an urnished with
The Serv ameinsIsatw dance wil be found
po e, civil and attentive to all calls.
exclu i loy iesildbrimee useefotr
comfort and secure the satistactionathis quests.
ex as oeus tyouronage hi e to
continuance.
Nov. 17 1860. Sm.

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BLANKETS, BEDS, BEDDING, BOLSTERS
Pillows, Hair and Moss Mattresses Bed-

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Founders, Shovel and Tongs Andirons, assorted
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AN ORDINANCE
TO DISSOLVE THE UNION BE-
TWEEN THE STATE OF SOUTil
CAROLINA AND OTHER STATES
UNITED WITH HER UNDER THE
cone.v..a asam., -- ne c...s.
i-Ti'1 Of ION OF [HE UN Li f.il
STAIBS OF A'U R W#'; "a

visan, an (cintent...ads led, are
claredund ordained?
That the ordinance adopted by us in
Convention, on the twenty third day of
Maym the your of our Lord one thetisand
seven hundred and eighty.esght, wherebJ
thi Constitution of tire Ulsited States of
Ansenty run6 .1, and c.Is... all Actsand
we < nine ss86thl00"I

situation, are hereby repealed; and that the
union now subsisting between South Caro-
lina nnd other States, under the name of
**The United States of America/ is here-
by dissolved.
election, .
The Electionpassed of very qutotly And
many did not vote there being no oppose.
tion and a preralent opinion among all
classes as to-the necessity of resistance-
Dr. MAYs and Mr. SM.ANA, will represent
"Qld St. John'a" in the Constitutional
Convention andata both pledged to carry
out the will of a large majority ofher peo-
ple-they will vote for immediate and
Separate State adion in the irdruediate
withdrawal of Florida from the Union.
These reinalks will apply with equal lash
to the Delegate from Putna J. b.
DETTAT.LEs .

Goverbor 13rowil'd
At the re uest of several rge
portlOD 0 1 38 18890
the Letter of Gov. BROW$. 14 15 quite
lengthy ga will be seen, but we hope it will
be read carefully by all, as we think it not
only a masterly production, but conclusive
as to the joints disonssed-erery man
who does not own slaves, should road it to
see the bearing that emancipation would
haveiminediately upon him.,

[commsicarac y ,
To Co.operationists.
-
You are a class of men who leave no op-
portunity untried to deceive the people of
Florida into submitting to the Government
of those who sure and have ever been their
deadliest foes. Your efforts change as the
time appronebes and it ip to me, a source
of much shame and embarrassment to see
men of brilliant intellects thus taking the
position of the TORIES of the Revolution
and eritailing upon their pOEterity this
everlasting sharpe ad disgrace. Your
children will be objects of scorn and cou-
tempt in the eateent of overy independent
and right thinking man woman and child
in die whole bird, they will be stigmatised
as the descendants of TORIES, should
you persist in pursueing this course. 1s
this not.auticient to deter you from throw-
ing obstoolca in the way of the people's as-
sorting ad zoniptaining thpic Indepen.
denoeof their deqdliest enemies? If your
andp.nhip, latert-latiroings and your man
prejudices our n.:4 perm.t yc.u to act web
them would you not bettek secuie the ad.
fare of your children by keeping your 04.1,,.
has to yourselves?
One of the hypocritical arguments you
patJordainthat there should be Co open
tion among the Southern Statewtbat
there ought to be a Converition and an un-
derstanding as to the best course to be
pursued by them, and if the worst comes to
the worst, all go out together. In a Cou.
mention of this kind we should be met by
jryst such characters as you are with the
argument that, such an aos would be un.
constitutional. By the 10th section of the
'1starticle of the Constitution of the Uni-
ted States. 'No State should enter isto
any Treaty, Alliance or Confederation &c.'>
This broke up the Nashrille Coovention
and will break up say other; therefore the
only mode of proceeding left to the States,
is to Secede from the Union and maintain
$heir iq(Opepd8800 Ogh Of it. To do this
offectually it may become degessary to
hang a few Torriu*
4L SQUTHyg4YEl),


Letter -of G. P. Hapkins Esq. cola, as a man, is no aficient cause to starve to death.) Je can int be 4 one for
ST. AUGUSTINE, Dec., 24th 1860. justify secession, the triumph of the Neth- $250,00 each. At that sum it would
Eplzon ST. AUGusTINE EXAMINER.- ern section of the Union Over the Southern amount to eloven hundred and twenty live
Dear Sir: To satisfy many of say friends see a r los, sq e ,ni]or n nIvastilid millions of 1 >pl 4 e taxeebqthe
for whose opinions I have much respect, ample cause to justify the South in with- raise it.* This would be half as large asons
and some of whom havenaliffal the question. drawing from a confederacy where her as the above estimate of the value of chu
Iwrite this card to any that while there equality. her honor, and the rights of her negroes If the Southern States had is to
was a hope to save our once, glorious Un- people can no longer be protected. raiseGeorgia'sparc would be over 875,000,-
ion, I was a Union man, until I because sae- insSies f I willr be eiche itl tooll 00 10001 a ded toMthhe pa to be monah
infied that with the South "forbearance had submission to tbo inauguration and admin- taxing the people, or loading them wide
ceased to be a virtue;" until indignity; istration ot Mr. Lincolo as the President a debt which would virtually enslave our
wrong; and the grossest injustice and disre, of one section of the Union ? My candid whole people for generations to come. It
gard to the Constitutional rights of the opinion is, that it will be the total abolition so be rememBered that we own no ter
South, made it my duty as a Southerner to slavetr and tl utter ruin of e 8& 5 ,iO] pbrge eal ghtoo joloni
raise my voice against further usurpation orit, now, we satisfy the Northern people ought at a heavy cost. The Northern peo-
of despotic authority on the part, of the that, come what may, we will never resist. ple would not consent to be taxed to raise
sors. anoving an anis m,,.,,ie.,,,.. If Mr. Lincoln places among us his Jud- these enormouse sums, either to psy foy
at the odminand of my State, and I favor ge.s, District Attorneys, Marshals, Post the negroes, or to pay for sending them to.
Masters, CaseIn House oFreers. &0.. &0.. Africa, or pay for land upon which to cole
tEe immediate Secession of the State of by the end of hisadministrat. so won the man them; as they do not wish to doeitin-
Florida from a Union in which we possess control of these men, atfd the "J.atr.t.urion or The wish to stake them from their
no rights as equids, and in which further of public patronage, he will have succeed- owners without payand let them free, and
,o.ms.....m. em, e... us.,,. .." 0 coe."inq.,
laun ly aut..un me tl., ru a 10ack it r.. u ke are al.e 0 c.,-,.f 2 lier.urshe .3 c...ir .s .. r.:s, unt a say sh II be seT fred; led
i"HI.eno Pu-muent .- ...5 na..n ..I al..* aure- of size 8,1sph, in 1: a.. r. a........ --lurerusarrysug wills <.ur

** sigwiz D I.lson.*,n vases in ac*. to time Satungru .rub u= lhil pp...e. we av.*r.. over the
2 r ,n party in the Nlar a few years I.a ".e owners for the to
This fine Steamer mad hit ppearianoe It would holda In. me of power bureau rird wida.u y, and sez Irce a
in orar waters on Thqre44 fast from th two political part..s activity displayed and oth. .- in. I one on Th w I oon e tere t, 1 -1 flil e 4.. .ut= masse.) what oul84 b h
board we thougheahe brought over a very electicis, We would then be p..weriuse I we in..'s men and poor men. But few of
considerable freight, as well as the Guns and the abolitionists would forward, with a car alave owners have invested all they
for the *'Floridaladependent Blues." stead object. hey would refuse ru al... I I y stars, u.3a.rly, and 11..9 will many of thern
Letter from Gov. BroWH. othelrdst cates int he Una.6 To ..11 L,. us..r **est j ti"andhleir gIthe
MILLEDGEVILLE, Dee.5,1860. Columbia, and at the-Forts, arsenals sad crefi person wr., has poticed ataudro-
flia Excellency, Jos. E:Buows: Dock Yards, withiis the Box. hers St.nes, on sy, ku...ws than, .in a few years some
which lielpug to the United Slates. They or suld crow ach and others poor. This
qu ig to lo-e t eth < ,I ofSc won je e So h the ster slave trade htsalwas on. e ,a wo1
gia your views upon the issues involved in owner in these.. I.v.a carying his slaves ,[.II be .ust unr coal non to Ethe ortre oi
t one g cusai tSta 'e e into Alabams or South Oarolina, and there th. .selv es he al.. p sur They would
fully assured that they are eagerly desired,, sel n Mte e utlo ,en od re 1 nwo as Ed... | r r as lifahnad To '
and frill be appreexated. submit. Finally, When we were sinflicien. us.s -ts ? [t., us...wr aggoat .itself to
Very truly and respectfuty- aiy ina.millu..1, sad maiKeiently in it..=I. p...w every mind; at would be- lead The weal-
A. C qu 6,aR R. Jac oniPet" 2 er, they would at.mines due.y ..i me Sr no thy paid >>oo bu y all the lands of use

Buchanan, Lewis Tuqrlin, HardyStrick it ..Ii nor to many n.... b. I...se enough of b..o Ir war is collar unr.g. a b... wl..t -
land, Wu A isoftosi, Wm, X Mein ,,,j at m.J .....d 1, p. h.ed., .,1ula .11 1,- .ume te s mu.. her
tosh' adameJ into the Un...r. In pro the.,, sur and all --IJ conus.. al.e., .Incry Joes use
Seleus array a E..etung.: 1,. C.nel.tution, exiss.
EX5 E E & ,1 and reme-we II fear.,thousant tour.erswhich But Imbi ziotloosealght of the 4,500,-
now deny to 1. .r.ness <1.1, ...wer I do ::so') free negrams n, be to...eJ 10, e among
to entlemen;pe pTro trequestij e "ot outs, thereto th submission re. the was The no,,l 1* ) F
upon the issues involved in the election of in the final abo..o.:.n ur sure. v If we fail be abid to own lands. A large proportion
d;1.ptis to the State Oasivention,. which so resist agw, we will tiever again hire site of uses would spend their time irr-ideness
.st....u.5mble in Janury next, has been strength- andriceandwouldlive by stealing rob-
re...:.ved !Id. What effect will the holition of binguixdplaudering. Probablyone-fourtu
Such is the extent of my oflicial labors slavery have upon the toterespand sootal of the whole author would nave to be
at present, that I can devote but little time position of the laige class of non-slavehol- maintained in our penitentiary, prisons and
to the preparation of a reply. If, however, ders and poor white Inborers in the South ( poor houses. Out people, poor and rich,
any importance is Attached toiny opnnons, Here a..uld la El e..co.. .i 1.... us..at misn; must his taxed to pay the expenses of im-
1_Qh@rfulli Ami runt r hady r.ca ...L... unbo ta- l..u us prisoning andfunlainag true.n for eriure.-,
give thoga 10 us fe 10W-chisfus. I pro- to at L .id tr.... 1.] bi Yght In- fa 4t*,..s (..ms stuall be a la a y legeded. Butual'
pose to disenna b id y three proposit ons: the slaveholder his property kithout pay- pe.., sl..... i. a.ma ..i the whole"umiaber
thoL Is d cyds is uselatue). ti him for it. What would it cost to do s..t...s ......k is a 1.4sug. They would havy
Georgia sad the other Southern States in 000 slav re are, irSroural on obers, 4,. egin the world inisemb y poor, wdia
seceding from the Union ? are worth, uta low eminance, five hundred must therefore boomme day laborers for
34. 1Yhat will be the results to the in- dollars each. ,All will agreeto this. Alul- their old masters, or such others as woubt
stitution of slavery, whxeb will follow sub- tiply the 4,500,000 by 500, and you have employ them. Lu this capacity tiny would

noto3ti I no ,ma re dd at lej%,- oi 1 ldreds nd fifty millions f atdne mela competi with see pour
section of else Fu ? one would agree that it is right to rob the this, and fix the price of labor accordingly.
Sd. What will be the effect whids the Southern slaveholders of this vast son of The pogro has only been accustomed to re-
the abolitionof Slavery will have upon the money, without compensation. Tho*Nor ceive his victuals and clothes for his labr
interests and thle exaldositiondof the large the rSj fl o et to pld g ur t 14 fo as

white laborers who are in the South ? the South must be taxed to raise the money. cuiploy them as a man sullicient to supply
First, is the election of Mr. Lincoln suf- If Georgia were only an average Southern only the actual necessaries of life. Auss
ficient cause to justify the secession of the State, she would have to pay one lifteenth poor white man would then go so the

county Th Ite tx ft so Union ? In md part of this anm, which would be $150,- wealthy landowner audeny-iwishetuplay-
oply in the light of the triumph of, viesfee- ora0g Sta e as em qht h reef p a ltil Fe me to I av1 tead.a w
eessfuleandidate, is not sufficient cause for L.rger sum. Her people now pay less than land owoor wowid offer probably twouty
a dissolutice of the Union. This, however, half a million of dollars a year of tax. Sup- ceuta per day. The laborer would say-1
is a very contracted and narrow view of the pose we had ten years within which to raide canne support my family on that sum.

qhT re po 0 1 abr f6tlMeo uin a ice i i 000, we shouldth try, which, als it floats, only shows the di- 000,000 per aunum, or over thirty times as my own interest -ibe black man wise has
rection in which the wlud blows. 11e is much tax as we now p 7. The poor man, on my land has as strong an arm, and ne.
the mere representative of a fanatical abo- who now ays one dollar, would then have heavy muscles as you have, and can do as
lition soutituent-tljt ere instrument of a to pay $3 ,00. But suppose $114 Northern much labor. If wgritsfor me atthatrace.

irelan trianad haut polde at tilthetopri Statesb@reed to help dd 44 ses eel8area, You must work for ththease price, ,or I
institution of slavery, and openly at war f Georgi w uldeth beabouto e-thirti acq penji u e reo 0 es nin7
with the fundamental duetrines of the Con-, of the twenty-two hundred and lifty u al- fixes the price of his labor; and he must
alitution of the United States, The rights lions; which, if raised in tep years, would take it or get, no .*mpl..yme d.
of the South, and the institution of slavery, be over fifteen times as much as our present Again, the pour .<1..[@ use wishes to
are at endisagered-by the triumph of Mr. tax. In shia calculation, I have counted rent land from take wealhby laudied; that
Lincoln, as a man; but they are in unutin- ti.. .hard.,id..r as as J ups.c, b.s...x, .law... lural..ra ast. 1.... Is..Ir she c.,p's.r commum
ent danger from the trian ph of thy power. a.,,asse a...acy so. pv ly... Is.r ILuna the upland, or a o.chards.w men turesouncthe
ful party which heraprescuse, 80.4 of abu word L,,.4,ast sogu-nee to hire. If the lus El., trust human land, flae paus sea
.analipsi ab. I.u..n renousant whols tor..ught gues;s a, he rassed by time u.x upon win.-is, sys this sense very hard I caust are is,<
N en so pa r e3 e- 81.* non-sInveholdemandpasurfligi en hot a decen support wr m immily ar. uses
urn a c.p .. 6.0. n <1) use 5...un.au sex.on /.,le.. 1 I, a nor a us .nP uneau the Ju un was ).re ne.
aga use b us. '('ho party embracing that Ikbur has would had stans ad their tissagr rates; [ oan 161, Jon have IL lur un.
sentiment bna constantlyddernad, and still abildren wM. ,guerves indubts.dua8 aDd lead. Ethi 00gfu, LisGrulersh 001888 ADI..4,
den a 'lequ lity to e 1,Inton, and our heavy uses v2r a long time in come. Ilus competition watts the pour wnue loan, wana

v waits purp to t a o 2 prned a nd of ch.a dbtimultye n km to rent landu.2 wrlue 0 m..au h
party so soon as it has the power. Its abi- when ses free ? Some of the Northern his little ones frean use cold .nd from the
lity to elect Mr. Usucoln as its candidate, States have already passed laws prohibit rampaint we 0 he sealso employment na i
qbows is now has the power to control the ting free negroes from coming into their day bbuyet. An every sualreaseif the ne-
geouti e ignal ftTeen e naAs limits. They will he to harbor our run- gru wall do the writ cho cheapest he nuat

of the Senate, appoints the Judges of the ex esee ag oes.not receive so e returr# r.Lt is slaite ng co na..
Supreme Court of the United States, who permit them to go thereund live with LAqig. under sitese agopmasances They now gue
vacancies occur, its control of the Execu- Then what / One may say, send them to I*=,0=. w.g.s fus tizAr labor than the poor or
tive power wil or ars, give is the Africa. To such a proposition might ..uyouser semarpas as 1.at.o .)L.co.arseas

el constant increase of@ us wht reply,1send them to be moon- on my arminuouwners,.uad thyare now respouted.
ment ip the Northern States, now largely oth sola8a spfract cable. i quite as Tasy are 8nu as"J, a oda uPp io/
in the napray to Congress, together with this vast number of negroes to Afries, with and chey feelanthuwso. Aousi.halavery
the admassion of qther free States, will, very the means at our command. and yeak make the negroes their equ.us,
soon, givq it th power in the Legislative No one would by as inhuman as to pro. legany and socially (nus naturally, sur no
th a so L d uGov ruagent 11 pose to send die go erica and ales & 11 in is kw chan on
election of Mr. Lincoln is the first great out provision for at least one year. What, shear wages los ally laur sq she emalless
BLOp 10 til8 programme, it IB the triatiph will it opat to take them from their present yistainee sings wdi assaig life. Then. me.
uN th rn o or n ire a o on homa to.Africa, and carry provisions there negroad the white Wm, and their families,

.Southern equality and southern rights.- to keep them a sin51e year ? (if left with must labor in the field together as equal,.
While, therefore, cho sittiqwof Ms lain. (alf one yar's gapply,.manyofthemwou)d Their children meet go to the same gooR


a., ...u..,r d'I.. a SE ofitRL i'li'AEhlBLS' OONFLICT"
no n .. ,1..> e el,- \\'Al. let .6 come, and with stout hearts,
.... ... -0 us agthe r cl.. and arms nerved in defiance of freemen's

--a rights, manfully we kill encounter it.

11 ESECESSION 'Yho wouldbe a traitor knave?
who can fill a coward.4 grive'
OF THE }Yho so base as he a slave!
Traitor! coward! turn suit flee,
1'r f 0 1' FL 0 It 1 8 A. The gallant people of South Carolina
have set an exampielworthy of imitation
e- Self reliant and resting upon thh strength
THE DISSOLUTION or nor us... c., s.... unnous so,....
adver. upon de per ious seean of lo solu-
a a J urainderg rholb..g ot seemancess

e.;nsequeue s. By LLin rcsotute road spin .
e- ad conduct theyhave pr a....3 cl eanelves
worthy of the;r .IInsunous nue..atry, ears-
v tilog thern:-els..s to la morial Wan.;r, to the
PA migration and sympathy of patriots, and
UTHERNGONFEDERAOY. Writing the protection of leaven. Let
us do likewise, and with our banner

ginnother Year has Passed. thrown proudly to the breeze proclaim our
independence. Other Sun..* ill man fol.
Anc.rF.er span tas ed, and is recond low, and similar in rests and it.sthat us
sr a J in ..ur bel..lfthat we have beca
brea ared unwavering in adherence to the ke, and the result will Jp (1. estat.Ind..
meet of a Southern Confederacy having
2ek sovrbichdonedit ed t resources ample to insure prosperity,
qucathedio us by the illustrious embodi- at.reopth and durability within, undfo com-
E mentsof virtue,-trut) and patriotism. It mand ro.-peet without.
was a spleaidid Legasey, and if it had been, The Union Dissolved.
wherished and administered with a due -
considenetion of its importaih:e andvulue it The ordinance by which the people of
would have proved a rich betitage to those South Carolina entered the Union in May
,wo preeminently blessed with its posso- 1788, has been repealed on the 20th
as. But alas! an unholy and mischier- Devember 18601 Thus has one of the
spirit inesylided into our political giar- oOld Thirteen," after abiding in the
idia.e; and as flidthe serpent in the gard' Union but 72 years become tired of the
soofEden persuade our first parents to < disobedience and rebellion, iso this has in- ration, decided that it was a longer corn-
fused its poison into, the hearts of our patible with the honor and safety of her
Nortizernoonfederates, and stirred within people to remain a niember of the Confed-
em toward its an anyielding host.Iny. eracy. We felt athril\of Joy upon read-
thismaggliank'Demon made its first de- ing solemn entactuar of the gallant
monstrationsmore than thirty years a nee Carolina. a
ad has progres*ed stand y an persever- a 15 on of star Fathers .. now about

ed. He at the bouth fell its busts, I has been
rest ag in cys. .,
linence, and and lu EQkille it With Illild RD 1,181685, WO Eista 6 greatly the results
and un.nd espeaums: lor the sake of peace which are to flow from the course taken by
and to asusJ fran..rr, I carife ye have from South Carolion, Ingro has been done by her
sune R/unse Joelded so unjust and unreas- people to perpettiate the Union and trans-
onable requirements; 6nbmission on our mit to posterity the inesteemable blessings
e part only made it more e2kageing; we of Constitutional liberty, than was done by
have remonstrated, we have warned, the Colonies in their long and tedious don-
and in raih inve we appealed to test with the mother count
the justice and intelligODCO Of those 'j'he Votefor.Lincoln a the Chicago
who were bound willy us in a common Platform, which breathes nothing but
destiny. The last Presidential contest and death to the rights of fifteen States of the
$ks renaltilemonstrate two clearly to admit Union, is one million eight hundred and
seasonable doubt, what, are the ultimate Sixty-five thousand, while the vote onst in
views of those so ashappily influenced by opposition to him and in favor in some way
this demoniac spirit. They formsh un or other of the rights of all is two million
questionable evidence of a profligate an six hundred and thirty one thousand two
reckless disregard of the provisions in our hundred and fifty. Thus do we see that
compact of Union; an critire absence of all our rights have gone into the keeping of
pense of plastic and sentiment of gratitude> our enemies by a meagre minority of the
deserving thodersonexation of map and the voters of the 1.Jnion, by whom Lincoln has
vengesnee of Deity. The fate of our com- been elected. The remedy left us by the
neen Upion is.eded the lan t beloe for ite Fathers of the Republic to avoid this
preservanon gall b? danger is the remedy applied by South
its friends, but its enemies have triumphedi Carolina apd the remedy wifeh will be
Equality has been destroyed and Liberty applied by all the States whose
within it has been isrushed. Safety for rights and interests are sufficiently
the Bath is only to be found in immedi- affected by the consequences of Lincoln's
are separation from an association with election to withdraw from the Union. He
tunatic despots unrelentingly determined will be left to govern those States only
upon our ruin, He that doubts this truth that have voted for him and the rights of
is insecessible to conviction; and he that whose Citi
conus(la delay if not a trai$or, is ntleakstoo seas are in no way endangered
hopelessly had witoeffects tobereppoped by bitrGovernment. We 40pbt na4p new
\Jpion yill be fopped b the Save States
ystik. ipaveryfew yeare more powerlist 404 in-
.1f this timid am) faltering spirit blish dwreing than the present which is now
controlled our revolutionary Sires, we being broken and we may not be surprised
would still be a eer, of miserable' colonial togee two distinct said powerful Republica
dependent of Grene llrittain, and our fate on this continent marching side by side
now that of her West India Provinces) onward in a career ofprosperity and great-
theiradvancensen and, prosperity forever sees unsurpassed in the annals of the
paralised; -their condition politically and world. The slave States possessing, as
sockily, utterlyand thoroughly degraded, they do the most indisputable element of
more fitting to by anappendage ofbenight* greatness, and the wisdom to apply them
ed Afzica than neenabers of an enlighqe?- to purposes of Government, will soon be-
e40briosian Conspsunity. With no great- come a powerful rival if not successful
er provocation than we gave receive they competitor, jo all the arts and sciences
proclasused decline to their oppressor; and now enjoyed by the free States. 'A'o re-
authough runead and numericall weak, main longer associated in the Government
als.,a.t an am.y and navy, and hunted in of the Union yith the free States is wholly
pauses.ry applu.ueen, they struggled with impossible, the have raised up a power
.< power nau segarded n, physical and mil- within theirlinstanteerly at valiance with
story resourcer, she (igsq (n the world, us and which cannot be stayed, we must
sincugh a seven yours gar amidts disaspers, succumb to it also or resist it. It is better
trials and satforange iq every conceivable to do so now in the opinion of our wiseat
lurna. their heroism gras rewarded wish men than to endure longer the grievances
success, and ineir persperance with victo- under which we now rest.
ry. Engi sh despotib COWOEC4 884 the it is this pOlief Whieh* 80U4 4,7870 48
Colonies bounsue irdo. Let the same spirit has just adopted and she is now lea4ing off
which animated they gicople inspire us, in the work of preparing a Government to
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.ause su be regarded as Submission, and
delayed sation until we have been taunted
as too cowardly to act.. Our enemies have
beausedeafteremonstrances, and our ap-
peals in.ce been treated with acorn and
centurnely; argument has been exhausted
and res.srance has become a necepaity.
UG T Our political shy no we enter upon 4
ggg giltl$ now .\ea. as overseas with plands indicating
a polkeel tempest; and along the northern
lear ., an I I lausk.,a l- written the demons declaration,


majoriry who cast their votes insopposition
tcr Lincoln and his Chicago Platform.
Florida will be the second in the- order of
those States that are aioon to deolve their
Independence of the Ohicago failurevour
earnest hope is that those who havo been
chasen to sever the bond will act promptly
and elliciently.
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school together, if they are educated Asil tion. If site Northern Staces then failedio CHANCE OF 800EDULE.
Theymustgotochurch no equals, enter g these guarantees, there can bo.ua --- w------ ,., *
2:1":4:2"'1'it"::"f :,t:."*,'ir' 1: itEL,'.'"'sM "bi2';,"11."t"'! Northeris Mail iton to ....... to
equals, have tho righsto give oble..as in and Tunnepson would unite wals the Cot- FOR CHARLESTON, S. C. Illill@lf f it 4 4 We
Courtgas squals, stand side by this in our edo States in aSouthern Confedersey-and

at o eq 8 0 IqubH odra w nu 0.W St. Agustine, E I a.,
werv ao a s.obja on & enly le le coluld ice in adeurispe I t TAE SUPERIOR 1 STEAMERS G. I T. FFOprietort

AT or avert the evil, and delivYr the poor believe th t it would be best to win for The enterprising proprietor of 8 .ne pleasure mease use

a bar v hoBo adoson as the blur hose her r slavie Sta1tpes tod out w th us. 9 CHESNUT GROVE WHISREY. o m rr sEA. I 0 AN En em hand r my un
have die cotton and rice lields inithe lower some of those States will not, consent two go, . Capt.LOO WOOD. (The Purest Medicinal Agent ever known,) GER & CO., No. 19 Broad Street, New York, he us a hyr pefdred her a unk therr uT
arts of out State, and make their way to and the North will then consent to give us hna furmshed the community aStimulant Pure, have received the following substantial endorse- n e .uk ind rulive re I.es..
3 egg Healthful and Invyorating, at the same time a ments of their "OLD LONDON DOCK GlK, .. 4 ,
tintheal tier efunatein tiiAtito intaill regico 181 at gain b et red ared a ,la 1 Trg t is a ch i dp m D ITopeare to be standard article with the per alteritions and

a robbing and killing, in nil .the lovely a d; as we always do offon the community, and which is injurious to GIn as a Reasedisal Agent F nvi on r alli rasing
ra les of One mountains. This 1 the never n my into message to the General As- body and mind. In addition to the certificates The "OLD LONDON DOCK GIN" of M n ew ar.ne Po ransor has

/ad ihe mout tain 3ntainm membl ,oir ounts a dt tl lose no nit xer 8 ADKINS, Commandeq t a ',aoxo 0 elso tPw 0 0., DoBroyd at ect, h nal anne
hoodand time thentre of mostmfthe acts.of States which have nallilled use fixgitive TylLL leave Ferrandina every Tuesday, ton, who testifies under mu. r.- .1 absolute years. I have frequently prescribed it, and -r. a U. .1 News isork
n life; and I can Dever forghit the condi. Jan: law. I think t use laws should be y Tunr any and saturacy Afternoon, at 4 purity. always withdecidedadvantage, wheremydiree r, uJ # /e pth adsen to
ti n aid interest of the people who red.h all enacted. They would have been kam dgd ICharlessed with j CERTIFICATES. on1su st dlist limit o
rail it la6true, dh people littl", are a I F.p87 01 d4si en ucoe a ral steamshi line for the New Philadelphia, Sept. 9th, 1858 prince a teh sn r bee b is teP n ly i a nj i go e r m(o t ki J
patriotic, aind pure hearted. Some who do ful. Now, that Mr. Lincoln is successful, Deck Pas age. 2 nu Gzhoar w o mt to 1ud e and aromatictlavor. In the course ofspractice 3a'1 re ice abanne I e consummal @st
not butT LLous..It *'<*100 st*.d their e.p..s.au y U.usy alls.).aid b*. Upon ->ur als.6are Is.... It so Lt. ro. L -e L > Fernandi- thatit contains none of thePoisonousSubstance ten e rsIdhavelhetd oc iswn t meanp of bleak winds in winter. The soonas ans unrge
to undersisand trillbe qu..anurse., and deter hang r.s no resour. on I uses law.e s.. r ...as 1.. 2 <**.1= g. r la a. koksonville knownas FusilOil, whichis the enaracteristic a. ar. ....I su...=r-us-omple ..*.Jo so. 1 ?'' Ilei d ris Fare phees: Ihe she sa
usearn and vialus tod..f.7nd this imptsu. ann no longer lan .. redousanble d..ubt al..s e. I.. .contaandPalatkaOcents. Grain *and usaurious angredient of the whisked in )ilvi\*IEff3<..LL*Lill.L*O\D0CiltsiN surv>nled sub sqrandsize loser in legate,
Minn saveded. I ). On them ed, and I she galinuebrare ul such La visua v.ell sa, ..r a 1.....3, over...s rgle:,..] 1 : .3.-lan... 8 me.g. general use. BOOTH, GARRET & CAMist ago.:. Desi(v .0.-Man e- ... J.-a-crea.t-le '.au n..na uses3 .1 ?=.1< nee .- ,pa prosposerk
fliers ages no arrr.at.:rgansus "hould to.: at..Ju usualist (.Itsourf w-.rr a...u alter b..r .1 <0..1, (... bust.vt. r.-pealgg)g, 018" AnalytieslObemy .0 or .; but,-,,a.el.J. arni she artlf LO ilush Ledw
ioleth.,Unsu art'sther ,Ounegoanseare Truedesse F rad.ne Fo.ghts.,u.idoutsialow-.red 508 Y.rk.Sepr 3rJ.1/ Ltt.Es..re?=Ery-ilaid.ilf unlarshaliDmad Us ID


go 100 as it pait.,*.ls the ir rip T.=; but thep as in sens.ou, .aisabsoliprobably beaurround- Dec r.' I'W u-alste.* Charl....t.,r., 8. C. .r. I,1m pleas..]re r.nlo lul na as emarely free COLTFIFI SALTfR. If B*A 0 e
love intou rgand,9ubles's. [Ladfe, his*} Elli p W=11 OJ 014 sidea@*le fliJl. ry.), Ill. If (J afad it- Ir.v., p.,am..Er*a*nis **r d.I r.e.n sent.elances I 8 Wear buth Sn.*eet, N. Y. I F Ef
never consent to summit tti abolition rule, i..p, aderse stonesat uf the Union. With e ,,,ac, usurally g...r. on .co 4.=,.red *iusury cl ps.un-a. .1ar..Ju.er.swe E.,.1
andpermittheevils to emno upon them theseSrsus w..la.=>..a common interess. O IM. was,,.,, BiMN]ER8OLD LONDON DOCK'llN *..vast.....3.use1...same.san e(Furts*
whichaustresult from a coniinuance in flo.s man..ac..J-..J. shall .Georgia rethnin JAMESA.CRILTON, Pou-.o. .Ill., ushreesituaternborms..a.redier or -if and unrconse..agly la enmare rhe
the Union when the government is to the under abolition rule and refuse to unite EGROES wanted to work at the turpentine Analytical Chemxst 1. gr. jjr 1. .. .i'I 3-'" .:sa v.t .<.11 s.:-.uiethe sales.unac..n ana.psease.
handsolourtBEReal"9,WinuWill lade RM kg Wit 60T518terStatesaround her? (trust abitaines, for whdchMthe Subsefiber will Inverratra.J.:a..I .1 sysi./f commer. .s confully ester..3 gr..w.e.mr.J.= alivelow ( gr. 0 rlerMtitual [ s.ningen at
powerforour +..unarn.:.r. \\la... it, be- .nt. Ifso, weforfeit .all claim to our pay prioeby B.GARDe cials..r.psoon .1..< 4.. o thushty. wt...*h pulagside..Jlla ur.u usibit. .assaultali-:i.ect.su. Continuance,
somes necessary todefend ourrightsugainst proud title of Empire State of the South, see. so 1860. Magnolia, Fla pros ..,0. Ir ar.. Eu-.1 o ne, ....J us it* .,ua.r a t- *-:, .ge ., meal.... Nov.17 1860. Sm.
so foul a domination, I would call upon the \Yhy remain? Will the Northern States re- I Fe ; rm 2..] J.. .. 1 (to one a.... Eng....a .....case, ..oi (. c, .sn1 = sy q
mountain bc -as well nis the people of the peal (heir personal liberty bills and do us Public Notice dso on a 4u2 e ddanit FOR 1 $1'UL COUTICER Of
low lauday an7 they would come down like justice? No. The Legralature of one of a .1 .4 11.1. Ee. Al is base Jlassyer. clous to he senses of small and taste alike, while
an avalanche and swarm around the Sag of the notifying States (Vermont) bus just OUR weeks from date application will be Ne. 11, U. i-ran Euries. its sparklog liquid purity leaves nothing for the BR Y A-M S
Georgia with a resolution that would strike Adjourned. A bill has been introduced made to theJudgeof Probat6 of St. John's For Sale by C. WHARTO1V, Mr. eyIn o n on the writer.must remark that
terror uto the ranks of the lotion coh rs 11 thiede e of tilsome uno ass to ee ad a or tya 0110 he fol tug oRn Sole Principal Agent, Alassas. AnM. BININGER as CO., 19 Broad If..I.USTR A.TED


e rfr treypt lo entdhe le ass and itd.l repor d at .thehallo 6e so i st ti 2 tihe 1816 Walnut Bt, Philadel a. rho e is at saw6o itj' LA DY'S NE W S-
but the poor, honest laborers of Georgia can fused to pass the repealing law by a vote of fronting on Marino Street-bounded North by unexceptionable purity and unequivocal power,

""'it"""7"J""o','iii'" Ind e of Ino edg to clian noP i bbea t J Sw so hB: River Liase. $"'-<';"}?]8-'; "i.:::.:.?"toria .PAPER:
wagessud dowu-right degradation which now existing in the South, and abows a de- r ed 4 eS utb{a tehI t e u g December 1 1863. THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISH- .
must follow. They will never take the ne, liberate determination not to do us justice' East to 1Yestaboutninety feet.
aro's place- God forbid. Is further notion to Vermont necessary? I LAURANA blUNSON, Executrix s JUST RO!0EIVED. ED IN THE UNITED STATES.

grego sT v epd e eNeeze b mp a tthat hteh a easel old an Dec. 180R818TOBAL BRAVO, Execu sppealingtotheir prejudices, and asking itwerecedetheUnitedStatesGovernment LemonVanillsOrangeRuspherry,8trawber J H. liRTAll&CO,
them what interest they have in maintain_ will attempt to coerce us back into the ryAlmond&c. alsoParegoricElizir of Opium 11.* Soutra Thard Streer,
ing the rights of the wealthy slureholder. Union, And we shall have war Mustang Linament., Bay Rum, Seidlets Pow. Nw 3. Pham-sewha, Ps.
The canziot be deceived in thik way. The President in his late Illessage, ders, Congress Water, Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
The know that the government of our while he denies our Constitutional right to N Thursday the 10day of January 1881 at E. R. IVES, Oaptain, ":2.tnarabic, Mace, Ulove, CE %2RL AG ENTS 57,4 NTE
State tiet their lives, their families and secede, admits that the, General Gover., 10 o'clock A. 31. I will apply to.the Judge
pro d that e dollur the ment has.no Copatitutional right to coerce of Probate Court of St. John's County for per- ILL leave Dr. Cartridge's Wharf, Jack-
their property; an vtyry- ... mission to.sell the Real Estate of ROQUE. LEO- sonville, at eight o'clock A. M. on KING'B MOUNTAIN MILITARY 11 PT0ff 001llity Of dif Ulli
wealihy slaveholder has, may be taken by us back into the Union. It we do secede. I NARDY late of said County deceased, and which Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, For Palatka
the gov4minent of the State, if need be, to Secession is not likely userefore, t> involve is situatedin the Cit i..: ---1.. ror dis- and Intermediate Landings. 80ROOL,
protect the rightsaudlibertiesof all. One us in war. Eubmi son n sy. When the trilnuien amongthe n -- I .. II ... agyggagg, YORRVILLE, S C. 't 3,
man, in a large neighborhood, has a mill. omer Stay a around us secode, if we remain All persons inten3e t will 1 cotake notice' are Painths at six 79'cloit A,. M. on The Institution is inedered after 0 e.gage .. are a .ie r some or ahe L.<.es
Nrst one its fifty has a mill. What 'would in the Union, thousands of our people will Dec. 15, 1860. Sw Administratrd 4. a wednesday airl Saturdays. bothoughtof sin. g...l.15. g....l.... abowoqld leavoour Scate, andat is feared that the I.menate, ATENTElt.11EDIATELANDINGS. an ..f v.I...Mathe timetr ais ..re ticar purIs.>.r..anure d the men salerns 1
lippeafto the bits, ..s..] ..-ls IIn.na c.I.ut in- standardefireplutidif terest they have in defending their neigh- reased among us, which wou.d at once in. Ohee, PI.. Augustine at One o'clock P. 31. on the Up MAJ i. JENKINS. so a a ,
bor's mill, if so abolition mob were trying I valve us ib civil war among ourselves. at and Nine A. M. on the Down TriP- * ,CAPT. A. 00WARD.Principals' .. r, ..0.1 see sorts.y a s, am .r. me Le
to burn it down? Anorber has a store. we must fight, in the name vi all that 1" LLpersonsindebtedtotheEstateofSARATI ill a s> make regular weekly trps to Mid- December 1 1860. Aw* n *-- ; il-- ch 1.11. ane Land
Not one in fifty has a store, Who would enored, let us fight our colnuIon enemy, and J. AfETCALFE late of St. John s County si] le intern ea b a ag leavisT pr T; mn of orderpr. e ar.J m.Ju
say the fifer should not help the one, if an 1100 light each other. deces od, are required to make imme liate pay- o clock, Returning same day to Jacksonville. J. V. Hernandez "o. ....... .
invader is about to burn hisetera ? Another in my opin on, our people should serd elitbto he U ersi n \sul all'pasion AGENT-i-T. IIARTIDGE, Jacksonville. p,7ran ..... r. Ide c n
Isasa blacksmith shop. Not one in fifty their wiseat and best men to the Couven to present the same within two years, or this JOSEPH FERJiEIRA, Picolata. MER 0 HANT TAILOR r e- e 1.*<*7 --.ad.. p. .n .,, e
has a blacksmith shop. Shull the shop be tion, without regard to party distinctions> notice will be pleadinbar of their payment. W. S. HARRIS, Tocol s. ..31.- 14
destr< ed by the common enemy, and no and should in*ruest naueb to their good ANNAM. DUMMETT. O. DUVAL, Palarka* has just returned from Savanals, with a frer=h aAM, GLIZ st Pa A., r
one p3rSetect the owner because no one near, good judgment and sound discreciou, Nov. 211860. Sw. Executrix. No 8 1 LANNING, Middleburg. T andmel2 atStoeckygs da wI ic a1 is p pared No. 224 North Second street I's.I adeks .

I It v I ab te it a lumn 1%Otice. Inland Route B' it rED81eBEoD tr
have no cow. In such ease, if our rights act upon them. TX months after date I shall 1 to th FOR CREAT CURIOSITY. Lamps Dining Tablmi, Looking Giates, Brass

e b 118 ts ea 2 oath common y tervent p over isetbat the God of'T 4 fr isoc i rea dx ir b*boFloE CHAR LE 8 TO N, B. C. E havte one ofthengreaitest.cudio tia a 1TS ee, d sTe8ks Reig a
T have a wife and children, and a house, wisdom, and so direct their counsels as to tate of MOSES E. LEVY into of said County world, for which we want agents everywhere. Feathers, Hair, Moss.
and another has neither wife and children, proteo6our rightson preserve ou. liberties deceased. D.L. YULEE Picolata, Jacksonville and allLandin9, FullparSi ulars a LATt Biddeford, Maine. Nov.17. HeE. CARE
nor house. Will Le. thersibre, stand by to the latest generation. : on the Rivers Fernandina Fla. Sc*- Nov. 3 1860 at.
and see my house burned, and my wifend I am, gentlemen, with great respect, Ku 3 80. Admzn6strator. vannah Ga. Blufton and Beas- (BHERIFlii''S SALE.
children butchered, because he has none? Your fellow-citizen- DY virtue of an Execution issued out of the
The slavelicider has honesty invested the JOSEPH E. BROWN. fort .8. U. J} circuitcourtror thecountieservalusiaand
IMODey, Widell 11, has COBli Mill year8 Of tOil ------ OS, THE SUPERIOR IRON STRAlli "Wing agabit"ri'"'A''rifig.aq
to make, in slaves, which are guarantied to PriVRie 80rdinge THE two Story Stone house Giles et. al. rs.RufuaK.Sewalland wife, have
him by the laws of our State. The com- HEREAS a man named CHARLES PACKET. with los and sitoken ae., on "iron, evied upon and will expose for sale at Susal.-
11aun enemy of the South seeks to take this -ill:---- A LEN SI luntY, A entice, has St. George Street, occupied ALil-.I.s a nah, Brevardocunty Florideonthe let Monday
property from him. Shall all who do not A few boarders can be accom- absconde and left my caremynd sploy. This by Wm. REYES, to whom appliestion may be of nlde8s 3b d b 1 0 A nt ik1d
own alaves, stand by and permit it to be T., modated with the necessary is therefore to notify all persons against credi- made or at this allice nearly opposite- interest of Fire Thousand three Hundred 24

e Ve oso, th hanve no r]ghto l ion a Su tn y lit meen t r a cT u\a liabHities in April.28,-1 (f. 'P xt e nr ,ob Aelt nonj me
to helpbCotect their-property ortheirliber theSubscriberCorner of Treasury Lane. Ings from and after this date H. L. flART INPECTINE or in said Brorard aDunty granted to Samuel

o would saddoctriT monstrous and Dec. 8 1860. C. L, RIDGELYr Oct, SO, 1860. Im- CAPTAIN, PENN PECK. The Persian Fever Charm. 5**xa and sanarm.

: M 2:\: ::,::-:.' y: ::; Pict us re s. No ste e. 11'.'s '1' st = ::.:: = = -s:::: - 2
foundation of society and if earned outs o'clock A. M. medy warbroughtto the knowledge of the pre- fonday in June
would desaroy all property, and all protec- LL persons indebted to the Estate of Will leave Jacksoeville every Tuesday n gL n rd a fr or I hi a.1.2 asm en, The slave. sale is postponed quail the firlik


peopleof the South. %'42- oor and Asopenedroome-ascoldr.building, opps us And<.11pers.ca.sis.rangova.neagaundl Ibe ad .\ j1=.arant.h overy Wednesdayr."ga 0 a E ri .f 6 4 1120DLpuWO6810 IS p@{stponed unut the Arsk
Tiah,1sav44 comarson intereAgtoomluon one 6.5 magnous Base, where he will so.a E.rise are-rquirei ro preserest.e.mme loduels P. Al. mentookfromhis pairsop an AmuleQ saying. Swan .n Septemour n-.-st.
* destin it is no tishe to be Wranglitig rk..rain a w week... Psalares from nity ease wallica lwo years, .>rr a nonce wall be plead 'RETURNING "Wearthisand norever will touch you." Al- Tl..ab-awe inaleia postponed untd Line linL
Abpas old party striki. Our common agnee .1.5 1860. ". a. ..m....r payn@pstag gagrime, p1lleavo charleston s. c. saturday e o'cleo "dugh uin ulns as td ]se Rus; he chompli HTnda Oct asPe oned until (se : Arg
utility, the islackRepublican rty, is Administrator. ARRIVING slwaystounditaneffectualprotection from all MondayinNoveinhei*next.
White sad traumphant. Let as a unite. STEROGHRA HY ACQUIRED IN 04,18, 1860. 84 malarious complaints. The above sales postponed satil the firs
If we conner, all see alike, let as have chari WIFTEEN MINUTES. At Palatka Fla. No E my ggyp On further investigation "be found that the Monday in December next,
ty equgh towards each other, to admit that Any person desirous of learning short hand ,Sept, 1, 1840 Sm. boatman attributed toitairaculouspowers, and mT a resalaig astponed until the first
all are equally patriotic ia their "efforts to in an inciedible short apace of time, can do sp O lee, ..ia seas is come on, sq obtained frpm the .The above saler a postponed until the Arst
advance the common cause. My honest by procuring Cary's Stenograpl*io Chart, His THE NEW8PAPEW OF THE Prices of the sun. scan me e a'btle Monday in February next.
nvictio on ,t te No eriter ol a moiseamme rit an ik rah onb2 A"omoazzos yn ty-se.g., SOUTH. I onmh a preparation, and as- onhe a 67 ale isep8tponed until the Rest ,

iste, an ess we can have new constitutional see sr toesers to any other at m now n ra o ianytrtoom ec st a ng The CharleSIOR ItlerCary, azi i {e the medw lhe sewerenjunt Th a are sai as spostponed until the Arst

guabranteeshwtx h wit (seen eteu i8tz 0 xt as co of the Southern Export and Import give tholatestan most reliabledpolitictal, cot e t a tiv the m ab r.... J. y n asy 0 postponed mini (hd first
ptop1 the discussion of the slavery question gu ral cod or monara. refunded. James E. July 28, 1860. world. Its special correspondents furnish by Since hisreturn to America, it has been tried Tu,, .tawe ade to poaLponed art1 the ferst
an Congress, and pecure the rendition of Q lana nt, Mont ello, Sullivan Co., N. Y Alailand Telegraph, full and early accounts of with the happiest effect by several Ladies and mou.., .n June next. .
gitive slaves. '('llese guarantees, I do y new paper giving the above (with this FRIBily flOHr iitteCraff at tthat trquepires in the Gentlemen of high character, who have given also edsale la poeLpone-l unt.J the first
act believe the people of the Northern paragraph) one insertion, will be entitled to a P st the most unqualified praise. This remedy anowe sale is postposed lanell the firbbd
States will ever gave, while we remain to. copy. Dec, 22 1860. ARRANTED White Extra for Family use The ltews of the South i*eceives na,""," opentaeqzganej ra'"I'", ""?na or in .. ages.....

getTe in a Union.that we will always LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE' only bblBeleo amily Past EBabug 4;o 8pe(id,8HORROL an A neen alB onlpe.Fevers-is now oKered pie 3oned until the first
comprom1seawa a portion of our rights, 800 Acreasituated about6milesfrom8t, Sept. 22-1860. Politically, theMEEQURYTOpr08entathe8tates It will be sent by mail, prepaid, with full e are sale i podtpound uses.I the Brit
and submit, for he pake of peace. If the Augussine Fla., and one mile from bout Rights resistance element, and advocated the directions for usie, on receipt of one dollar. .
Cotton States woul4 911 Swede hom the bored w L v ak This tract ish la m' PAINTS AND OILS. uman of a southern states in maintaining St. @ ,eC a rd n a hua Mn by in v won r j*nned man the test
II oilbtforedhepinawdum idea ota on *pted theduitivation ofa co os own L"iiE DinOf so dL e herT pe ine, Da Melloury, 1 year in advance; $1 merce Building, New ea n to be so oned until the first

tion ofall the States, which might termin. situated abast 17 m.les south of St. Augustine, Putty, Citrozue Green, Chroms Yellow, Chrome No paper sent unlesir the cash accompanies the Ju Lil860. 17. hdes n nealers estponed uqtil the first
ste in a re union with thq new constita- place called fish'as to further p t ars Red, Prussia;n illue, Paint Brushes. arder. 3, B. RHETT, jr MAPI,311 BUGAR.-Just resoBived. Wm. B. DAVIS,
tional guaranteed Deocesary for our pset(O* Aggre be, Jaly 14,1860, Sept. 18,. B. E. CARR' Sov. 10 1800 Charletton & Q Asghat18. Eg C 1]). March 5th 5 Sheriff Brerard County.








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A PURELY REDICIMAL REHE*
DY
The alll.ceed rare isolel a.:.tryit. .
IT WILL StiE:E.LY CURE.
Bondforderal r ..amreadiitcarefullyand

rarcB PER VIAL, 0NE DOLLAR.
Canbe sentbymail. Onevialwilllashamonth*
WHOLESALE AND RETAH. BY
R. CRUGER, AGENT,
Wo.742 Broadway, W. Y.
Forf8stsbyDruggistEverysohere.
-:0; .
"QUACKERY EXPOSED."ah
A rainable Medical Treatise on disease and
weakness of the SEXUAL ORGANS, by
A MRIE2iD TO THE PEOPLE.
For Sale as above. Price l2 Cents.
Shouldbereadbyeverybody.
September 1, 1860. ly.
NEWYORKPIANOB*


T. H. CHAMBERB'|

PIANO FORTES.
"ESTABLISHED IN 1828,
T. H. Chambers. Piano Manu-
80 Efi%
(formerly boish mods a)nd Dubois,
Warerooma inthe "Bible House,'.
Or. SthStreet & 4til AVenne,
NEW YORK OITY.

eP C pae ector rs
..8 on.a cirA skh dese4Morset
edylesendschedulsorprices.
foreh31-1800., 8m.

a was
TIRE INSTJRANCE COMPANY,
200 OOO
tP ,

OMBeesw-281 BROADWAY, an
50 WALL STREET*
.....
This Company Insiires .Er41dings, Merchn
4 so. Shaps, and user Cargoes, in Porr. Elear.e .
er I . us a g.Pm y

H M. JAF 4 M nt..
GEO. R. PLIBBAWins.
Agent St. Augnatine.
June"&

Rye & Buckwheat.
YE FLOUR BUCKTVITEA2
140012, EXTRA FAAfZT, y
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5

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Remedy has the lar-

geSt SRIO Of RDy me*
dicine in the world,

100,000 packages
SOld in Georgia and

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8 W & PP & II ted to

cure, if directions
8?8 IOBOWed, any

CRSO Of Dyspeyisia,

IV 6 7 DISORSE 9

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Debility Palpita-

(108, ChrORIO far-
rhoea, Giddiness,

Depressed Spirits,
JAOSS of Appetite,

Pain in the Side and

Back. Itis special-

ly adapted to Fe-
HIRIO COmplaints; it

produces Rotund,

ity of Form in Fe-
IDaleS'Of a Thin and

Spare Habit*
Ever ov I'd

SHOuld try one


W. W. 508 & CO.
PROPRIETOR%
$OS Broadway, New York
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?
Hats & oaps*
(FALL FAHIIIONS ARE OUT.
Brokelooseoarryingaway*
the spare change like a
merciless showman every
body must have a new Hat it ae
ma a jri iv dyllatuu t nw H

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d
r me, short BritasCa i ad P 6an velvj
hlorphy Pikes Peak Bouner Sembrero, Jaunty
Plug Ugly Swell Head Ventilators, Regulators
xnodm a la d t at have won
always slept in his hat, So hurrah a hatsd


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MERCHANT TAILOR.

an h LD eefuH in{ is in
priebpared to execute any orders, in his
ela ,anth1eys sm Ilehas
ortilift"""anit ta'5"td, b se e
Skin, and Panoy Cassimere, Vestings, Neck
A81 rders executed in the best style of work-
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AMERICAN AND FORElON.
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUSI,
E ANTHON % ,
808 Broadway, New York.
After May let, 1860 at 501 BBOAD WAY, two
doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.
TheStereoscope is the most instructive, m-
tereatmg, ente'rtanung, amusing, and exciting
of modern inventions.
int a onSonga7nodnuectoodoldononentoo
No horneis complete without it, and itmust
and will penetrate everywhere*
wo ld nil e if la sp ti
asks tsharpness of detail, as if you were on e
Motographers are everywhere explorugg
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results oftheir
skill are constantly enriching our stock.
of a 2cs na a smusedvariety f per Views
Irelnad, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland.
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. 010ad'
ontain 1 au ail et qRai diey,
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
riage scenes, hreakfast scenes, pic-nies, statu-
ary, &0., &0 An exquisite assortment of 111u.
ginated 1Hteri0YS Of PalaceS. ChurtheB, and-
Cathedrals of Fiance, Italy, &c., &0. The ef
feet of these illuminated views is mo# remark-
ab rica ar..:.1 we lth and re fer..J 1 sale
" '" ';' "^$Arevin use f
,t.0a.cag 1.'. .ie. Door 100 -main bioth-
ing can be more fascinating; and one can offe
no greater treat to a friend fond of the pictn-
resque and the beautiful.
Anthon'y Instantaneous Stereoscope Views
are the Most Photographic WOBder. They are
taken in the fortieth partof a second, and every-



adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Viet o g (mb htah dh e t published
SI ST tIllus ar ns of th Seeine of the
wTI eon i Tr tal'ITIe trticulars of this
Our estalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10,
$15, 820, or $25 can have a good instrumerit
and such pictures as they may request, sent by

8 lone, (without instrument) can be
Part a ho wish to be advised of everything
really valuable in the line that comes out. may
send us their names to place on record, and we
wilMkee t m pos I do71 g I most
fascinating and delightful arousement. We are
prepared to fit out an nieurs with everytiding
neru ti n o La8k e coe c i res."
E. ANTHONY,
M co eo

m no .. ... s ut at e
trade will be liberal,
'1' oP In oto gr ap In ers.-First class
stereoscopic Negatives wanted,
ofSend b nail a print unmounted, with price
Mar. 3. 4m.
EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
G OL DPENOILS

G 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8!
AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached,
OR
GOLD LOO E'A's
Fr es. oof
AN I PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
WORTH FROM 82.00 TO 53.00.
FTER Two Years' profitable experience in
A on eres......s or assesseson, e.w
enyReandfrom the universalsatisfoodo
a sligonazgaronseson, 3,...

oudu ash andplerm abHshed.
but a fair and legitimate sale, in which et
purchaser gets the value of *his or her men lu
a GOLD PENUIL W1TH GOLD PEN e
ra ag, on ^o???"ouLOCKET. worth $5
for the aame price; and in addit t e
phase, each.pgrson receives a Premium of Jew-
elry, lessin value than $2, audit may be worth
$ji, 5, 8, 10, 15, 20, 80, 50, or even :ai300!
NO MONEY RISKED!
We propose to let a person know what Pre-
man a wm re 2n2ebe redsenir in nio nte

:2d"""""'it,"Met"te?"'"I ":"".:"8
and Pen, or Looket, and we will make their
selectionandinformthemby return mail what

Emium th a entit & They ca thed
btz 1 es a o on5 zperienc in the ove
.. rel..ir. I us rude as also v. a ueles
.r... so.......

to.LF" Y .!:: ;';.';1';,\
rely upon be as re barris .3,...1, as,
az, so... .. ;q.
receiveaPencilandPenandPremiumorLock-
et and Premium, free.
wit:::jparticulars eend for a Pencil and Pen
Among earPremiumsareartibleasuitablefer
LadiesandGentlemensuchas
Gentlemen's Gold and Bily
ea, Gold Yest and GuardeOh
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold
Watoh Keys,
so as syps gain ... sea,
Pins, Gold l 8 GoM E esp

WehaveGoldWatchesPlorontineMosainGold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins
and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve
ButtonsGoldBeltSlides, Gold Rings, &c. &0.
... 1s"M' *** ==>^=
required.
N. B.-In sending your names, write the
State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid .
letters being me ried.ANGLE & CO.


FITRNITUTE FURNF2Uns:
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-
BY

8 FRRY AT IO?
9
(Formly H. ? DEORAAlff)
No. SYBOTVERY.New York.
This establishment iesissioriesinheight, and
extke la 42.fectshmughtoNo.65Christiestrees,
1-*ARGES'I' FURNITURE HOUSES
in thoUnitedStates.
to la 1111 per Ir n officarrg l induce eats-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
Rosewood,
jugaggag ,'
and TValnut
PARLOR AND CHAR1BER AUR-
NATURE.
AISO, OANE And OOD SE
ties; HAIn, Huss and Sea a 1 T s a
large stock; ENAnna Craman FUnntum
1 sets, from (;22 to $100.
Jenny Lind and Extension Post
Bedsteads,
5 feet wide, especially 1. r use 3 -sibern Trade
Their facilitiestor lear a.I.saurns 4 *Irly com -
east...o
4 L peK GUAAANTaggA Ag ag"
*
No Godds Retailed on blue.
Marchl0-1800 gan,

"NOT DANGEROUS TO THE IIUMAN FAHHT."
"EAT8 COME OUT OF THEIR HOLES TO Mrs,"



"Costar'a"
"Costar's" RatRoach,&e.Extermina.
tor
"Costar's"
Co-star Bed-bug Exterminator.

"Costar'a" Electric Powder, for In-
sects, &c. .
DESTROYS INSTANTLY '
, Rais-Reaches-Alice-Moles---Ground Mise--
Bed Bugs-Ants-Moths --Mosquitoes--Fless
Insoeretseon Pi na, Fow a nirnals, &c., As.-


a
10 Years established in New York City-and
by the the City Post-Othe--the City Prisons
and Station lionse-the City Steamen, Ships,
c.--4h City 11streesth"Aster," **S bRickelas.'
P mi.-
86r Druggists and eailers everwhere asil


pWholesale Agents in 'll the large Cities
an owns.
ar ! Uzw um! ! of .mparious imitations
16/ $*.00 Shmple Unzes sent by Mail.
ilgr Addresserders-orfer Grealar to ha-
lers to

CL ( o to .1 b 1 Totel;)
or a w. coa.
May 19-HIGO. Sm




50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
am now prePared to offer to my old fliends
of this Andent 4:ityand St. Johns county a
most splendM usertment of faH nd winter da y
goods at very low prices for cash or city ac-
... ........,,... si..,, e.,,.,an .n,
approvedendorsers. Orders from mycounter
3, =,fe ,7],*, *- ""'.3 "2*
ion ugivee adefacGostpt r at
I seud use orders for dry goods that thiy will be
put up with great care and attention to give on
are satisfaction to the purchaser. All amounts
Intrlchas to eldMail r e oT oe .
o ud to here ist of a lew of my lary as
DR 1 GOOD &
a lan tot n bmaddckthDode.2n cu
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassimers, Ladies Cloth,
Man Isa k ,aleso 5 ua l net n8Delane ,
"all"O"it'r "al" "i'T:.1.111::'T::;
Merino under Shirts, Fancy Cloaks, Mournin
Delains, Gents Alerine halfliose, French an
English Cambrica, Ited and Whi Flanadia.
on

Auld.10B.tablDL-Prung a pnwou. M.
= yd in- er=u or one
1:1 "".1."" ti':1':S,:::,,",':.
rp un of ou-sp*.a.g. neelu.Log all the
ru e....,. .7.4..
isreallyavaluable and intereisting work. 14
za wrsuen in plain language for the pneral .
read and ri conp a
coratemplatingmarnage, and having the leasa
impedimenttomarried life, should read this
book. Itdissilosessecretathateveryoneshowd
1 n 48 bu be ek mut
will be sent to any one on the receipt of twenty
fue cents, in spec o or postage stamps. At.
-"ggergy,*,a.... aware.,

"hLIC NDdt 1
ofthenotorioungUAURS-native or foreign-
who advertise in this or any other paper, gas
it copy of enher of Dr. Young's Books and read
It carefully, it willbothemeansofshingyou
fitnyadode yarnatus, ad puMy you
diseases described in his publications, as Ass .
Office. No. 41ti Spruce Street, abov*Fourrh.
August 25, 1860* Lt. '
168 Dates Gase Dr k Cudy, te. A


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CAMPHFINE,


PRIESERVES


LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
800 Acressituatedabout8mileafromSt.
'sa narma., a, Z"fi":"kt" J."tinual'vii", tiog
B. E. CARR, bered with Live Oak fit for ship building, and
is adapted to the euitivation ofany crops grown
mthe southern country. Also 80 sores of Land
EGE ABLES, Peas, Com, &0. &e. sitpuatedcabout 7 mles on nord8ej Anufiust ff


B E. CARR.


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