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: January 19, 1861
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00223
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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ST. AUG;UScTINE, ST. JOIlm'S C'OUIITY.,. TORIDA. SATURnDA'. JANUARY 19 1 801


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For Sale at E. CARR'8.
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The Institution is modeled after
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INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpeatine ps, of schthp Prinexpais are
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Fhe Charleston Fortifications.1 A MIRAGE.
4 ] 7,, 1.' ra... p*..in at to fort .$areas..,- ^ SIS pdortilerry(Freland) .S'tendard
fe, Areveran. nt-Anasiable ,Pol.asan- conu.ine the following description of a mir-
[, ... J.,4,z,, .. age a en near that place:
rurant.van **This singular phepomenOD Bairage)
Its plan is a truneated pentagon, with 1F8s 8s"ased end..4unday evening week in .
one side parallel to the adjoiniDg 8 10E8 gEDI man Was gh
thue prceerating no ar.gle to the giappe]> turn a4 from O'urndonaugh, wish his fami.
Of the r rur.cana onglec. the ensure Western ly, and the parry had just dismourersed off
thecarto walk rhe bill near QuiGley's
undsorthernereeimply formed into pan- P..id, when their allgurion was stiraesed
coggrea, while the liner two are formed of


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SHEIRIFFFS SALEN

BY virtue of an Eqeoptitin issued out of the
Circuit Court for the counties of Valusia and
1werardinehe Eastern Oxrcuit of Florid.\ and to
me directed and delivered it favor of William B.
ileset. aL vs.RufusK. Sewalland wife, have
etted upon and wiU expose fqr gale 40 Susan-
.) Its he 81& e too al
e- emang door tu*af L.ud, so wit:,-An undivided

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Mi h h7aTo %ly 2,en7c
to John hL Hanson, et. al.
The above sale is postponed until the let
b ra leis postponed untilthe first
Monday iis June.
The above sale is postponed until the first
b Imm P3t.e is postpoged until the first
The kvo71 is pealponed until the first
Monday in September next.
The abovesaleis postponed until the first

oThe o to poned until the grat
The above saleis postposed ilgtil the firs
Mom'Tay in December next.
The a ovenaale is postponed until the firal
The above sale is postponed until the first
Fa v irs 0 one( until (he grst
The above sale is stponed until the first
endayin Aprilnext.pe,
Time a1seve sale is postponed until the first
prondaydn May inext. d until the first
monday in7une no t.postpone
The above sale ispastpowe4 gntil the first
M nhh Jo yin L.postponed until the first
Monday in August next,
311'h ove salemas postponed until the Arst
The above sale is pp(yoge4 until the first
Monday in October next.
Thesbove sale is postpped until the first
Monday.in November next.
The above sale is posopened until the first
Monday m December gext.
Theabove sale is is postpopy qqtil (154. $rst
Meaday in January 180.4,
Thu sbone ssia sli po.tgoussi patil the Arst
Monday an February. Wm. B. DAVIS,
Manag, Sherul 15rovard County,
March 6:h-- Aby.

AGENTS WARI'I'ED

OVery 00tlBty Of the- (RI (1
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TO engagain the sale of some of the best and
mess 61egantlyillustrated Works published.
,o'2""ade i sa b )int many
in hem a aby5
qf every Hogeekg)11iq ue and.
E To men of enterprise and isplustrious
bite, this business offered an opportunity, for
proatable employmeyt"qoldomto be met with.
glijp'' Persons desiring to act as agents will
et p 1 by m 11pagdgglars, terms'
LEAR GETZ & Co., *,
No. 224 North Second street, fladqiphia.


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ILL leave Dr. Hartridge a Wharf, Jack
I a ase Suo 8k r alat
and Intermediate (pauling*
RETURNING

41TVin fea Pahittles at six o'clo A. M. on
TOUCHING AT INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.

St ug t angO elm staPwth Stase p
Trsp, and Nine A. M. on the Down Trip.
Will also make regular weekly trps to Mid-
dleburg and intermediate landings, leavrng
eue Thus< toji alle.six
AGENTS-T. HA1 TIDGS, Jacksonville
JOARPH FERREIRA, Picolata.
*DU AARRjfat1koool.
Nov, 8 1BRANNING, Middleburgj

J. V. Hernandez.
T LO
MERCHANT TAl R ,
has just returned from Savannah, will a fresh
and elegant Stockofgoods, which he isprepayed
to make to order, in the most fashionable ard
itatisfactory manner. 1
$(ecember l l860,
CREAT CURIO817Y *
E have one of the gr6atestauriosities and
world, f i nt time y
' W11partiqulars sent Flues. .
Nov. 8 .& OLARI(, Biddeford, Max"
.
JUST RECEIVED.
PAULD o prbeparedhGlue, fo immie ate
Lemo Vanilla, Ora Raspb Strawber
ry, Alm d&o. also Paxe oria, E i of Opium
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PAPER
THEONLYLADY'ShEWSPAPeERFUBLISII
ED IN THE UNITED STATES
eqimen numbersesent, post-paid, on the re
J. H. BRYAM & CO.'
Nov. 3 112 Sou I'I i Street,
1phis, Pa

INPEqT((tig,
0 Of$ 8 OVOf $7$1.
For the prevention and cure of Fever and
Ague and Bilious Fevers. This wonderful re

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While going dowR the river Euphrates, he ex.
experienced a severe attacksof Fever and Ague.-
On discovering his condition, one of the Boat-
'ene otki amdh o v islat Assukedusayi
thoughincredulons as to its virtuesthe complied,
and experienced immediate relief, aghis since
alwla posu so qtual pyetection from all
On further investigation he found that the
bointmentaiLtri ted to nurseu ePdowers, d
Priests of the Sun. Sometime afterwards, the
gentlemanin conversing witly, a Pripse obtained
fromhimthesecret of its preparation, and as-
certained wherethymedicillalherbswere found,
a si h ,4 yes compounded. The wonderful
vt is article have induced a full be-
lief in the Winds of the natives in the miracu-
loushealing powers of their Prieste*
Sinee hisreturnto Ameries. it hep haers tried
Gith ha ih effhee by new. I &.gi
it the most unQualified praise. This remedy
having been a specifyin Pereinfor hundreds or
g at e event year -lesTo a
to the American people.
It will be sent by mail, prepaid, with fuU
dir oDuseon ee ptu cone dol81ar..11ain
St. Richmond, Va. Branch Oilice, Bank o com-
merce Building, New
July 14.1860. ly.


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Mr and IVIrs. Doubledot
,a at.usurn..ve..elsel.c, Wtl)ARE FLNOWN
sub..No liarin arises.40ruEla* D.:.a
^r E. CAr

Paul..re rear no a as,6v st we on
very popular throughout Engled. .In indo;
they gav6 one thousand representation, being the
longest"rurk"ever attained in the metropolis
..rseumom.r.., M.I. are e.ngle ence-p-
I thela.All=ersSantaLs.reason-'Mans
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ran Abr .8 r. surred as fairlo.r.rt trun. I.w II.e .tLD LONDON IRf I IN ..( Itle at

tunals. r-ar.6,c under .xth so rd ar, II i...g...a.rl., ..ri 21. aul
purity. r .. ., ...1 ..ie 3 ...1.... to where my direc
OEjR 'TFICATES. " -li us 2 I is evidently this
product of very careful marillation-the active
We have carefI'l iladel fiaeSept. hofl inci le-41st a baTCy 1 ic tebly
nut Gy4ye Whiskey which you sent us and fin ang aroniqtiefinver In thecourseofa practice
thaldtnpaqan ne of I ePqtborm St r he at leh grketd colas n to tes man
and injurious ingredient of the whiskeys its tel n at n ofduaterorD8Jsample liaOC
genera use. BQQTil, GARRET & CAMAC has no equal. Really good gin is indispensable
Analytical Ciremists' in every household, and the OLD LONDON
I have analysegNe v Yw Se It 1 ye I comessemphlxtliedlyaundrer thiacth o
Whiskey, receivedfrom Mr. Charles Whatton, Knickerbooker house gro doing much for the
Jr., of Philadelphia, and having carefillly tested cause of true temperance,
'o ann loond ab edleanit t, 1su s.'r COLTON SALTER, M. U.
is an unusually pure and fine flavored quality of 8 West89th Street, N. Y
ey. JAMES R. ORILTON OBININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN '
Analytical Chemist. is8s a 1 detualittiestthat canbTlessired f
I have made s chem jou{uthis h 7tJsco et iquors. Its ingredients are the distilled juices
cial samples of Ohesant Grove Whiskey, which n a ( fl 1 wTI tn a as ti iicate
proves to be free from thaedh avy sil OHa, d heem raxbo a z sas melle dis
Havor of this Whiskey is derived from the Grain mildness-a smooth oily body-and an almost
used in manufacturmg I Respectfully* floral odor to the liquor, which renders it deli
ES, ., State Assayer, eious to the senses of smylland taste alike, while
Eq. 16, Boylston Street. its parking liquid purity leaves nothing for the
For Sale by B. E. SARII, eye to, desire.
ST. AUGUSTINE, ME st R On kB and
Sept. 8, 188,0, ly street Y. Y. merit the gratitude of the entire.
medical profession, as well as of the work\ at
. large, for lowingintroduced a stimuhant of such
SEND FOR A SPECIAIEN NUMBER OF mo L. .. .r r .. ..oI amequivocal power,
* I *.. stive agent, and a
BR YAR 8 ""'s"-**"""
De be 1 1800.
*


5 sad no I ur. 0
[, ,, set it I

-No isinan't!
[fe.-Tell me, then, whaf have I done ?
SAs.-Evetifthing! Don'hapk me what)
You would likeak a heartof stone
17e.-So would you! Now vbtald sihenot?
She,-There! Just lize you! OKyougo!
In a rage you always fly!
Tis a shame troitreatme so!

17e.-Nor will1!
She.-Ne'er was wife so badly used!4
What Isuffer norse can knowI
Snubbed, neg!eeted andabusedl
Where do yonexpect to got
He.---8 encetanadam! I command !

Some one'si cles 7 m'
They will hear you 1
She.-I don'tcare I
Ife.-Do you wish to drive me mad f
Stay what's this ? Oh, never Tears!

She. PM v o 'll boTas a bad,
He.-Really, madam, 'pon my life I
This is going much too far!
I'm your husband !
She -Pm your wife!
hen ey met

Do you take me fora alave ?
He.-There; come, now, let it rest!
She.-For e auoh Fit riot behave !
Ms. Goodness. gracioufwhat aipest!
She.-Yes, 'tis I that's all.o blame !
Well, 'tis woman's lot to bear!
m wt sask
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1-- sh 1 etif allarern .uad seemed to be fully five tasids to and
western aides are Use borandks for abe pn- sh

dourbern ade me rhe oiliecra qqarrers, 494
which are finished in very handsome. style. the ips. Some of the iressels
Seemed/ y Gored 01080 to a fortress
II is mount...i wish the heatest guns of oudr to a roolr. T.> oil the party was the
the United States service; arrazigedin thres obenomenon perri ssly visible So clear
tiers, the two lower being casemates and was the air, and .=c- Jose did the ships ap-
the upper barbette guns. The casemates pear to their eyes, that th sailors pulling
guns are those which are fired from an at the ropes itWre made out with ease, even
embrasure in the scrap walls, and are pro- by the children who saw the strange spect-
tected from the enemy's shells by an arched acle. The phenomenon was nearly half
bomb-proofoovering overhead; thebarbette,, an hour before is disappeared.
those which are over the parapet, which "Although the appearahoe of such
exposes the cannoniers to the fire of the things in the heaven may she very start-
enemy, although, in this instance, th ling, the pheRomena are not unknown
11qight of the ramparts is so great that there about this part offrish coast. The 'mir-
is copparatively no danger from the shot of age,' as it is termed, .often displays itself
the enemy's fleet. in fantastic shapes on the shores of the
The heaviest pieces are turned toward northern counties. It most faqur ally is
the harbor, the lighter toward the land side, to be seen on the coast of Antrim, especi-
which side is further protected by musketry, ally in the vicinity of the Causeway.
for which loopholes are cut in the seary About twelve yeasa ago a very curious in-
"d* stanos (mirage was seen in Lough Fovie.
Oil the terra-plain paradeare situated e ermen had been out at night with
two forstaces for heating shot The maga- ,their nels. The face of the heavens was
zines arellituatedon the inner sides of the overcast and black, when the clouds, ed.
d?"P denly parted, leaving a bright gap of elear
Sky In the 7,enith. Acsess this th
The landing to the fort is on the south- space a
ern, or land side and is formed 87 a wharf utoolshed fishermen saw some thousands
Of ~ pass, runk .
pre, eating toward:- Else abore, and use ex. sater rega de
tending the length of abat face. s
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M'2.o"ar 2 i'!.a'""","wissit 2.1" ..'"""""!"Cro
temporary work, it could be made so strong claide closed in, and shut out the scene
as to defy any attack by a fleet of large from view. An accent of this extiuordin-
vessels. Its weakest point is on the south ary occurrence was published at the time."
side, of which the masoury is not only
weaker than Apon the tone of the English journalistain their
s no eote y any HO a ared 6 excel upon LA erican crisis, we remarked

ease usay, as s preme .sate or the re seam==m- ar es=,.seir wise.
constenetiott, basasily made; for the blinds of thes section, as tkey would grovel in the
of $he lower embrasures, thougli six inches most abject submission at its feet. Ahe stilted
in thickness, m7thyet be easily blown tA about the determinationn o Engl da
away, an even i is was impossible, scal- centuryforthesakeofanextendedeottentrade,"
ing ladders can reach those of the second was the merest bolderash. Say what. London
tier, which are not protected in this mar, journals may, thpEnglish government, (as the
ner. commercial relations between Laiseashire and

o inoncludepthebriefs etcho ac nx th w so tiaustainitself no
p ng isrliamentilORSOEs
and military. engineering. The whole The pinch, if it ever comee, will bring the
work has beeri conducted in a manner that Thandererand all thetisabethgreassed small,
reflects the highest credit ul)8n the en- that foUsiv in its wake, to theirseases. But we
gineers, and is worthy io occupy the promi- did not autzoxpate that daylight wpuld get ints
neat osition that it holds. In conclusion the Times sanctum so sooti. It publishee sa
we taPe occasion to allude to one point o 1 e t 47hdx rn(
especial beauty-the constreation of the yeared in its columns, in relatiozi to Ameri a
arches-of which there are nearly every matters. Its abuse of the Southis considerably
variety-to own centre,- a. ases...s- -sersta. ans is..=.,a. x ter use re.. a,
the a joined the E > tiss ons....s n to manys. th..s a asks an
pant," and tci add that the walls at their
bnise are twelve foot thick, and its the top th at I ,voice: who wouldma., red as
**U larl estamid Amese.
eight. and one-half feet thick, peal and Jhsclarar 7 What 4# merrepoina ?'
h sincerely hope<. now that rul paraea walahake
FORT JORNSON. l.anduced struc to mung.ne the***Isl" th o
The position of this old fore, which is of nor anoint. as week previous, is hop t
the titmost importance as a ponnecting thetTorthwouldgo to work and' trash the
pointing the defence of the harbor, has south assuring us that England would heartily
been considered by the highest military eye achistrithuse aggreasar in the. Woody
authority as the key to all the defensive This backdown of the London times falls
works in the harbor. Against the attank like 4 cold chill upon the Republican papers
of force by land, or a boat attack by the pr as w is my arrticles a a
Stono river, it must be considered 84 eS. their hapkbones. They or by their distorted
sential qlement of defence. So soon, then, na seat a murnizie@das th2nfechangd d
as the State of 80abh. QaroRna, assume; the forcedto swallow blao r and shore unpleasant
control of the harbor fortifications, no time aughu before th present difficulties are set.
should be lost before a permanent fortiton-

on ofom>Quengedt ok eTog nTitn a in t bear
Aeld work of earch aird timber to anoung kina nt reporty. The entireDemoc of .the
ould b d abort Northa@nowledge this claim, T coupreme
sixty guns 0 e ereote in a very Cours he so seemed it.-'I'Ae two eaties with
time, which would ofer a respectab.14 to eat Britain as the.elose at the o were with
feng against any probable land attack, and r8Ps are it ea) N no bu
furnish at the same time. a hpavy battery and unat part comprises only about one-th
against shipping, of devotere q thettepublio. If thodemikgognes
* FAn.r thus isr, ar.0
A widow at t.*Iark 45 .Wanis Macket, recently, the wheat. pza, a n was us Unson.oint
duct of an more o(and for (174. . orlp, ...a ..a.--'aor twearts..,,,


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seats for each subsequent insertion.
Yearly advertisers shaR be limited to the
ee cent ed for. AR contracts shall be in
easi 8t b ad a 4 Inag etisemene
not properly connected with the business shall
ee 0 eda excess of
All advertisemepts got miked with the mun-
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Obituary notices, when th#y exceed six
ainas ink length will be charged for at advertise-
IM advertisements payable quarterly;
advertisement front strangein a transient
us e v 1torAll ters willbe
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6 Debtors sud Creditors 6
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trator - - 10 00
agp- All bills for Job Printing, must be paid
pa the delivery of the work.


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Sp4te me, then, this new diqtron
I shall nobbe with you long!
ITe.-Blissful thought, what happineest
so-wearave-nowirraoes-
Cruel man, to let you sees
Go and drown myself?
e. donut Think what would1become oftte!

ze-m.,oursele,=, x.v., u....
gho.-Amb ggetoft, beyond4isput, a
Ile.-Then Ave are a pair, my dear. .

ee.- e e a leaThnoe ea at
She.-What a goosel must havebi:en '
Be.-Yes, and constant still remain I '
She.-Oh, you monster (
Ile.-Oh, you shrewd

n!
She.-Fright!
Ile.-018squib!
She.-You're s ear el
Ile.-You're a core (
BAe.mfou're another 1
Ile.-That's a fib I
She.-Sir.your shoulders Iwill flog

Re.-Ye Blacek a tb kItellyou that1
She.-So yu are I
re--nee you r.. o.,r

Illte a
One of the most exce ent qualities of
IrAind idategrity. Let us.aim to onitivate
this tr 4- of obargeter, and we add much
to our worth in whatever department of
life's varied scene we may chance to min.
gle. A man cannot long prosper, or, what
is of more importance, aeours the respect or
love of his fellow, without integrity. It is
t.he basis of eredit-the security to which
the world will look in its dealing with in-
dividuals, and open the accourit coording.
ly. A thousand devices are needed by As
artful man to cloak his designs or hide his
failures of whiph the hokess upright man
Anows nobbing. It is on the principle that
4 number of falsehoods are necessary to
yop singl QLr Clutt it maypn ) f

proud conselousness of his own moral
worth, he heeds not the darts of saidice--
the tyrath of slander cannot hsym him, his
word has the ediciency of a, bopd, .An ex-
change says, 19 regard tothis subject:
"Iteproaches have no ower to afflict the
man of unblemishe(in ty or the aban-
doned profligate. It is a middle com-
pound character which is alone miserable--
.eav a ish or a me oe,
(echy enough to be salgamed ofit,"


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T, ating r.o e ze a
'>ut rn earl.unan I e enabs

3- bu Brown SElychine Co. like Homee
Pu
a user of rarsaway negree we a.-sk assenuon
to the learr, as a proof of she unportant
fael, Ill.at Lbe $...mb lans ouly to be true in
herself, to go shrough Lile presenl araggle,
without, difficult. Lesia Coom.1,a heara
thethunderia the hills and v.dleywof Ken-
tneky and all FA. '.e.der States. Aug
L.,i;e C. urabs has ne grown old in pub.
ties with...at 4.ar.iing sonnell.irag if homes
thus Kentathy will go with the South; and
the her urry th..us nd titles will be turnet
aginal, the Wide Awakes.' Therefore,
Leslie Ce-ombs, like a pruJour man. 'puts
as house in order," by writiing a depreca-
tory ku, r so. time finer Intrg.Iocol Assy,
mention in the dams--JU.race Greeley -
Letdie f ..si be reus sub.-red and let is be
Padered, 15 seenna abas Eantucky will
soon be with us.

g agagas* Tiocause public
announces the receipt or a ferrer dated
I hee.gs. Dec 13ch, addressed to the coal-
'uk 01 Line (ilandal $1..stag Arseard
uS L<.uis, gl leh der .Its Use proceedine
pkhilain na Erife N Pil

5 W 1 la 0770 r
M 041e 90 LO F port it Mr A IMant I
en sent tooble gomeriy, anid wha I ul


J. ITerson Barracks, and remove all the
pr..pe.t, in them toKnnsas,
w.,.1i.{of ntdben eTtto'ttle
try, and 81u,000 had been drpenical unts
un*, consu.ines ru St. Louis, and. that may
,had delayed the usemensigh St Louis on
(eculantdal sberebeing from thee to Br.
re i ( <[ f 6 ome .
pueedle bassany 1 auwledge;andseat th..7
wanted to make thisaddition t othdr
us.els m ense of featuring the arsenal
line letter says they es.peared assistanco-
from a large number of Germ-use read...:

...tried ghdon, of r assena 4
hundud men wear to be son fans Chiongs
(Oad tils GDLerpnhe.
tilany sher derails are grven, disclosing
p.rest lan. lunary we la si.. InterarJ arrange-
.
Tns Exact UIsrk.vors or Tus Fearts
In Gualu.xerrow.-An oSicer of the tini-
red States Const Surray glFES (119 10110@-
my me.x.acaramsots, as when fro=u the kse:.L
surveys, made try the Corast Survey De-
partmen user is (31) -three and three-

eighthe make from Charleston, (18) one
and one-aightb miles fusan Fort, blouhree,
(1) three-quartereof a snilqto the niannot
anyone and threa.eigine suites to -Sun.
Johnsonand sweand Gro-oights afilou to
Quis Pinokney. The last named Erc in
one mJo from the sawn, and Fort Johns
on is Pro and a qu.urger Isailes from the
own.
THE 814915 000008 OB51 BT NE.



pieces created quire ameneauenia abadgwn
few days ago, by appearingen she streets
warb blue coeur.dea in their hple. Is learns
rom Mr. Coleman dial Iney repeated the
alvJegeofwearing I.b.sm,.sa shey said, re
how their contempt for the abolisionism,
nd dieidove for the native South. We
oe 1 N & I r so
s well clothed or as well socisiled as Mr.
oleman's negroes, and the Abationism,
hen they come to make war upon cho
ho men of the Sunshhwill find asbch

hed will be abat ofrbo oveefaithful new*
roe*-Rechaond Rhip, 20th ihas. "


" .
Ordinance of Secession.
We, the people of the State of Florida, ill
Convention asseAbled, desalemoly.ordain,
publish and declare.
ThatihoState of Florida hereby with-
drawsberselffrountheOomfederacystStates
existing under the hame of the United
Santes of America, and from the exiqting
government of asidStates; and that all poli-
tibal connection between her and the gov-
ernment of said States; ought to be sn#
the same is hereby totally annulled and
said Union of Statee dissolved, and the
State of Florida is hereby dochred a sov
reign and independent Nation; .nod that
all ordinances heretofore adopted, in so far
as they createorreocrgailge said' U@iod, are
rescindedand all laws or parts of Inws in
force in this State, in so far as they recog-
pise or assent to said Union, be and they
are hereby repealed.' -
Enesed January 10th by 63 to 1, at12
0100 &Dd 20 minuOta

s
15 wrat a-Capt R* nd.1ph

mion ashe I si ader ad

h t I
to da for Pe on it derstood at
y nsac is no
tlerequest fdthes avern opi hav

accoinpanied the Volunteers to Penspola.
-
MONTGOMERT, a RD. 11. P. MI Th0 Or-
dinance of recession was passed at 21
o'clock precisely The City is ina blame
of enthusiasm, being illuminated from the
Capitalto the river. -Gannon arefiring,
bellaringiDgandeperfectoration generally.

BSisBippi.
JActsows Jan: 9.-The ord;nance for
immediate Secession of Minese-ppa from
MIS Obs=>Q km passedtba C...oeum.0 t.y a
votes *-1 qua to if> anys, .Use 04 op
posingmemberswill sign the ordibr.ase to'
morrow; thus making the vote unadinous.
The result was received with interise Ex-
eitementand Loud applage. All the pro.
eminent placesin the City are illuminated,
and the JQvent is colaterated will. lire works
and thetoar of Cannon'

7.inqoln's vieweofBeceSI)ion.
A Correspondent of use St Louis Re.
publion, wring from Spria rlia IR
bar the Presideur El king
sourse, a eats shal
us Slate Should to forced to rernan so (1.e
I.Inson, awl thu be will only use Coerolon
if required to go sub3 Special Act of Con'
8


done tE 08 4 8 Vern



ernor PIrakens of Su Carolica, has been
forwardegl by Major A. to hia Sovenement
at Washington,

North Carolina.
4,Museron, Jan. 0.-Forts gaggrell i
this 8
a ooy. tate kg lyerooon-
Louisana.,
Naw OntaAss, Jan 10.-Three, Com-
panies of Military left the City withits the
last4tt hours to Seiseforts Jackson and
igg and the linton Rouge Arsenal.


aeoured by their blood, Red because this
invaluable possession is sought ip be tora ligaryland Ailkirs.
YOlilth61il by th0k 88800iateS 10 UDIOD, but SALTIMORE, January 7.* 07. 10phs
desperate and reckless fiends in .eentiments has issued an address to the peopl> of



nd to p 07 thqlpBte Orth Qgpitg|

81 act wagapounced on the Plaza the re- Beeessionin New York
y ;
port was.conseqqicated almost instantly to NEW ORK, amtary 7.-16 IS CIlrgent-
theentire populatiq, and there was ex- ly moved tha)Mayor Wood, is his lifea'
hibited scene ofintenevexcitempot never sage to the City Gognoils to-aight, will
before witnessed by us. Iri approbation embody a proposition looking to the ee-
of the result, all the bellwof the city re. eession, at an early day, pf thq Olity of New
echoedio landilong and continuous peale Yody from the State, -and from (byUnion*
the feelings of a rejoining .pahlio. Th' Troops Moving South.
military, composed of a company of the
gallant youth otSt. Augustine, command. of E InfJ ryU. ,Clonspay
ed by Capt. JonsLort Panaars, and a arrived here from Carlisle Baracks, Penn.
One showy company, equally resolvedon sylvania.


T'r IIEcc- 104


OHARge Of the GOVarger of
vs,.insa. 5tgagustine mainer
Aroulsoon. January 7.-The momengo
f Gov. Istatism was sees to 51.* Usneral
Aenembly in day. The Governor mous

ange, osweTu on j 6
Is becomes he saya, our State to be na.d .
161of in own internate. 's he rliansprier, ST, AUGUSTINE; FLORIDA,
poema ilaritable. If new Gonfederacks GATETRDAY. JAlt., 29,1864,
a should be formed, we a.ual here she best
a mm in. an.h a / or agr* JAMES BURT Ese., of PMatks. Mrs., b
Jamhnn, .moungr. time she less unle-a her duly authorized to act as Agent for the "Sr.
ourburn, eastars by suprise, and that la, Arroustava Exutman, and willreceivesub.
.uk have needs no pe-end refearace to scriptions, myke collections, ad receips for the
her, he I Ia nor b**en ..uket I. do no by same.
Fil due L en a 1
43,,,14;,z..s,,w, as, .....e chargest10 will.
The prosela nava nt..W.irs, and at the UD- 01 THE
son as disrupted, upon d.,was reas the ree.
pausibliny. STATE 0 F FL 0 R 1 0 A,
He opposes a State Convention, read aug-
ecsra the ag.poinunsu(of two of abe usu.t --wo-
...atiu;rmshed men of ibe State as Comms
one.ners:o d.e Usgidatman or chase Stat. TH E DISSOLUTION
which have pr.se-3 Personal Liberry Bills, OF THg
so lusian.quan 16boss he eC mm on

nid ps. Muser ow Etchig, .4 .
he as la "else


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I


doeJs of nuble d .ag as th..ir Brase's ser-
vion Loan Jacksorse.11e, e-mousand..mi L.y
Unps. Spiums SiiELE, all hargeousely
unifortised and effectually equipped for ary
irnergency formed on the Plaza in fr.-vt
of the flag senif recently orected, joined by
a large concouse of Oitizens, and after ad.
dresses appropriate to the oconiion by Hots
B. A. PyrNAM and Captain Sants, the
nationalgag of Florilla, wrought by the
fair hands ofoonto of our patriotic Ladies-
frhoIn may God forever bless-rose beauti-
fully amidst denfeningeheers and saluting
discharges of artillery and small arms, and
us it reached the top of the stoiF unt.*hied
Em.A.fully ared aspended to a 1.....raq
L..: re, bEhring *.ill IIS PruUfift 95006005 ed
Pnl....:110 with an E..gh. scal.og ...na s.Iube
"" ""'"'"E'"'""'""' '"" '" "
10, ** Let us do.,e. At night in steable
war., procured, and darkness races.ac Light
wiriz the brilliant illutrainanon of bears.z
ar.a groo.....,o one;oicinesses, meet'
ed though theatreass ..eensionsily giving
.-nt it, Q.0 inserts fullness in unutistaken.
ble outsis=of44tiggerian daullier 11agg,
also the malf? our pp air a is


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popuIlrarHotl of our f6llw en o.
Sain. BonissoN.All n sir and
rounlea,anap lre.P"rai.8,4asr Ilds th uper
M~~ience..nd Cuee... of .F. C


being Fapijllifn ad ca..rg~urelly qde

for th peset wekshal hveclosed, the
glorous]QmireStatof eoria will de.
clae hrslf n 1e udet ation. North
Carlia, irini, Tennessee, Logisjana


will present such a front, to thle .phryeneied
abolition foo as will inspire caution, and
posiby ladlain o rcat f'oafolly and

ever beheld
,sa f the West ~Ard

The Olzarleston Courier of the 104)x insb.,
aplpounces that this Steamler on rounding
.Qe point, took the "Ship Chanbel," inside
the bar upd proceeded straightforward,en-
til nearly opposite the work on Mlorris 18-
Zanh, not more than a of a mile from the

guns. At this position a shot was fired
athwrthr 4>ws.She then displayed a
large flag jt rhe~ sy.A.~ r Ui..., asl..au a
84 lSIO fiYu f llut **auo lird bl b.es

u~il br ar n~Lil-e

I~hos wre lsoEl atherfrom Fo. ~
m al~ i Iu n tb,~ h e t being ou h 1

T~ofl' sht to~effctupon her
one struckr the forward part of her bow,
theother amidst ship, hear the wheel


Georgia Convention Elction.
AcasTA Jauar 7.Inone hnrd
adorconiserdfoei hiSte,


I


I ~- -u~;rul*iPr~p~al_---,~,~~~


Y


Capture of Fort Morgan, Eto. Texas.
Mtars.r, Jnuary 6.-The United States A Sense convention held ni Austin on
AKSOURI 11Cfe Wu Liaiq94 AL daylaghL J@Ster- Lie All inst.
dray by the Sure troops It contains 20,000
stand..,r sqr..sp IS. barrels of powder, WAsinwroy, Jaunary 9-Cominander
800,000 roundsof misakes eartridges, and Itartstene of$onth Carolina, hairesigned
other mianitions of war. No defence was bia position in dio navy.
spacle. Fort Morgan was takes yesterday
'.y Mabils.noops and ggyrisoned by 200 'I;'roopa gastening frein the Wess.
Mu, LEAVENWO PH, K. T., January .7.
The despatch previously sent from the
likpeqted Seisure ofthe litiqqippg Riv. place in regard to the me.canut ..I troops,
or li'orts, Etor was premature. Now, t.usever, at is cer.
NEw ORLEANs, January 5.-The dea- tairi that all the available forces here. con-
WATrom 4 President of the South sitting of two companies of Light .1rlille-:
L'nviron (...usion...n to the Governor of sy, nothering 225 men and 130 horses,
COUls=.inal 80=1 ills: Melf.4 =.*6 NGvbOrleans, are natively preparing bi leave for Fort
dant the Consunesioners at Washirigton be- McHenry, neric Linus..re.
here are anovant.1.1, produced intonise ex- *---------
acemen here conspan;es ro.... in me, anaugurst usessor covernorack-
Orlans to on b..ric for dharleston; cofitem; son-he Taikes Strong flouthern
Ground.
ph.te to obtairs possession of rwd Spanigh 87. Louse, January 6.-Governor J. wo..<...........ir we ,le..., co=- son's inaugural address was almost ex
dammed by powerambDE. AU 0 Be 20 the elnsively devoted to the discussionoffeder"
I'erson the 31.aalppi river immediatelyon 81reintions Hesays11.0 Jesunyas thesinve-
flu secessi..o of Leo ones. golding States rare idenued, and Missonse
would but constals her own suserests, and


T REVOLUTION P -
.
DRESSES.
It is one. On Saturday afterpoon pear-
eral of car C.I.z.=..s al., arriv 4 from
Tallahausee where the State 09nvention
had asseinbled and is now in session'
brought the intell rence that the -Sece '
air.1, Ord.re...s ha been passed by that
Body, declaring ,that Florida withdrawal
herself from the Confederacy of States
existing under the ngma of the United
Statesof Americaand from the existing
Government of said Staths; and that all
political connection between her and the
Government ofeaid States ought to be and
tWesasne is hereby totidly annulled had
said Union of States. dissolved, and the
ditae of Flor.da ir. hereby decimed a sov.
erei n and ind. pen.1sor N. r....n; anti that
idkprdinanoug heretofore adopted, ini go far
as they create or reoognise eald Union, are
resoiinded, and all laws and prial of lates
inforos in this State, in no fkr as they so.
cognisecr assent roarnid TILion, he and the
same are ,tsereby repealg We sentudy
thesalaerance of the Ordianna wh; -1. we
pubt ab entire in ouosher solunD F ro fe .


me.DI IDVOFIDg CLU6tqutheug of Bapigtha .
tous character for went or for see. tL

:::,%bo s o Ho up
for long and patiently endurqd wrongeand
oppressions, cowing to be atlpat insuffera-
ble, gave to the world that immortal
matWesto---the.Declaration of American
Ipdependence),wherein setting forth the
causes which inipelled them to a separa-
tion from Great Britain, they .proclaimed
that the United Colonies were, and of
right ought to be, free and Independent
Beates;wereabsolvedfromallallegianceto
the British crowq, ag( that is}\ political
connection between them and 11 e Syste of
Great Britain do ht to be d.s-
solved, appealing r be r otitude of thei
intentions, to the Supreme Judge of the
world. Enght mannully did they meantain
their deolystion, founded as it was upon
a great principle and not the ephismeral
effervescence of sudden ad meaningl
passioo. Again qud again they enconn
tered the powerful, haughty and unrelent-
ing oppressor in deadly conflict on fields
of slavghter ia victory and defeat; still the
proud and inextinguishable spirit of Inde-

idae =. i r 0 amdu Fe bgm ,
ferings and privations, unril persevenance
omwneded theirefforta with mouse and the
claitDR Of tTyth and .Instige were acknowl@
edge. The same spirit of opposition to
wrong that animated thest by descended
ro thqqu who inherit the rich Legacy


L ter From in Ftlenil.
.uBr, Kv, Dec 23. 18130.
At or Sar: I heaven time or in-
client n for on arguyedsfmouh Isas for
controversy, with you. ..3'be-know In so
honest oilizen of the LTuicid Stakis. L
saved Kennek) last Augive flum the power
of Southern treasong and I now wish as say
a will to ad-which mathelpeded
The ib and Terriorial questionsmns:
DOW-kf if # HeldOd 00 faif 800 CODstila-
Houal groo s, or KenIneks-bld Ken-
,tucky, the I of soldiers ....1 parriola-
all be forced to revelation, Ninety.nins
am of every hu dred men in Kentucky de-
anand shis was at.Insion of our troubles.
Hull shis, see.c asite care of the South;
whom ir, stem, illibe olds w-ar ar-
and blood and Jedgim .
You may thsak 1) r am alarmed be
5
I know what I see so rue. The contro's
arms of lienacky is, tw< men embineing
eneh other; and last flag mosro, **United
we si..aud-JJvi'ed we f#.'" And anals
will be our fate. Throw assy all preadies
-everything'-T pray your but love
Isberty and Joir country-
Coon


4 u to nyin I.hDS""A
and Tesvil.orses, upd our yights of persona
andpmportyshouldissudequatelysecured
4 5 abould is permit d rpn{s rjr.nj

I la n. L 51. o... re at, red, @
4 made to pay the full ndue of the slave set
M.ike guan.nuan sh mid be give for case
auser Side sInse in.de, and for II,, .....
scree nod enfmmean..nt or r;gsJ hws for the
r punishment of such persons ir. Ei.. free

a pa76 aged ra to nd nl"'
sinveholding States and armine due skws
no in arreason TI...Generukilovernmerst
Ehouldbe J. prayed ..I rl.e power ofappoin-
I coal alh net rihficala 1 n$
andhimient to their rights. He further
saysthat he will reg..idany attempt of the
Ptqiferal rmope to pres across Virginia for
the purp.n=e of coinan.-anySouthernState,
an na act of usu.3.a which is to be repel

&PI in di is is h utd hoo
satisfansory spliarion feet liew Englan
and Westeru Nor 3..rk be si...ughed 0
and ally themselves with Canada.
*PhaSpirit za the New Yqrli; legiq1a-
ture.
AI.asur, Wednesday, January 2.
The Govern..r's Plave Beeritely pre-
sented the Governor a anonal 14hssage,
wh h as rea a .1 she fell
ble and a beriolf re owing.r Rhereas. Trjiason .r.s delippd- hp As

a 1 e wdl be
patriotic duly.efeael. Sru e whenow
espnesty, as well as slans of each ch

$'eg y '.
plates; and
IVAeread, The State of New York is

a ,Man everdhasheeu,.o siev wilbe,
of the Crnon as it.is; thprefordg 1(or
Re.rdred, If the Assembly concu that
}be Governor be, and he hereby is d eated,
so the mine of the people of the State of

tN wU tat %re er ee f ed li
of the State, to bemused id, suph manger
aridatagehtimesas tily fresiceat may
deedi bestto progerva stie Umon, and en.
force the bournitation and laws of the
ceautry.
Resolved, That (be Committee on Mili-

e ch a o Pbdi an
available strengthof themilitary forces of
the8tate, and to report to theSenateatthe
carliestpracticable day what legislationif
anyis necessary to render that branch of
A to a inly effective forapy (
said Comminge re on ab raiss $10s.
00,000 to pm r y arm the I tate.
After some base, M. Coldq offered a
M cot to fg i ird a down

ents th w an is
InsiOD 0 5 8 DB&I.i[ME OD, EDd would ja e-
tif C eas inapass ag inwe ofnprotection

of she Usized 8s.zes, and that as aP
sessipment of the slavery question in the
se risories, the people at shas Beate consent
ther the territorsal people may determsoofor

ib to n t; teh a 8thh G rs@
transmit these realminue to our Hensitors
and HarpreaeDLalik6

Mhr. pi.eds a ser-slussons, with that part



VBEPAB E REPUBrJGHS 708
Oxvd. $Va -The New York Post of
Saturday ..ays:-**B. fore this we venture
to say EVERT GOTis.RNOR IN THE
NORTHERN BTATM IMS TAKEN
SUCH STEPS AS .HEC.SKE fl(M TO
UT kilMBElar 15 RE LDMESS TO
V1NDICATE THE SUPREMACY OF
'4'HE CONSTITUTION AND W8 OF
THAM REPUBLIC, 8HOUI4D TRAT
DUTY JN THE COURSE OF D8
PROVIDENCE BE DEVOLVED UP-
QN TH]IM,


stand by her stator da e do bres, a
whosewrongs she parumpares, sa2 wib
whose i ni I.bal peopl sympr sh

ion.solohg as thereoisd hopebo majotain
big e guarantees On tritionyAut
if the Northovi18t'ates .are determined to
put the alkholding States as flip foc.cing
of ineqbehty by preventiDg $110 611$16800
of slaves into the Territorica, admitting no
moreslaire States, or persisting in nullify-
ingor perverting tl\e Goostitiation in refer-
enestoalave property, then they them,
selves pr*lelledly abasidon the Uni n, and
cannot open the Seal. (a strusir, to sweb
a government,
geopposesooeroton, and gays thrit thy
project of maintaining the goverramer.r by
force may lead to a consolider...l despolism,
but never to union. Our government is
based upon justice and equality, and the
firae drop of blood shed in a war.# aggres-
alan upon sovereign States will reswis in
(shejhrerthrow of the untirefederal system
14e is oppose()ps Geogressignal compro
mines, and says due 8 upon constitutional guaranticag and, to ef
feet this endyhe advises the onlling of a
Southern Convention, to agree upon squh
dl1sOlidalhut. 10 (NO 90ttstitutiuQ as ly.;(thl
so-ore be. ud rights, aqd submit these to
160 Non era 80sles 100 Undr acusu kit

f us a pQ 4 E
outgUel, la=1 5 mists a IIorudgb unglul-
satiumof the late militisto repel invasion
ad pmpays whh aft as HL

aim of specie payments by the banks.
_ __

A ge a mTt f the
citizens of an novello, N. C., withous dia;
tinction of party, w.s held on the 29d. uk.,
and the following resolunons were reported
by a gosomittee ,
lYhereas, it. three has now ars.vud Aug
none but trailus.. can knes puty 0. cJ.que,
andwhenall true tousne.uers mass and
""""IJ ars; thematiss on dee ds or tae
South, tt..-rease he at
1. Resolved, That in the same spirit

gb jetu1stcjGourerade -ri cu F 1,!.
ten was the cs use or al w= now solemuly
usehre me the can, a charl6dtGle La Use
ause gi ut/ *

in ..a 0 ATsh Repreauntatives
are hereby ...rove ly equest*4 to exert
evety power they p ase a so e-di a Conwou-
tion of she people of he Su.ne to decor-
u.aus, so their nevers.gD capacity, whenet
'rsh CarolsnaNet.all become the degra

e.rengo Shee so a douchern Confederacy.

livil Readn Thu ereby e6dge ur
Kenance of Southern independon

we on as r. todemanuted, and
Th6 meeting Hasu adgearned, with shree
qheera for South Carolike, three chqers J
tor sentators, and three otleers, long and
foud, for slaeota North Sale.
Car Lions Gone's Anuony ---Co...
misus, Je.. (or, 18til.-Urders No. (.) s
8 bhors1 We are denied our r ghts as the t

aOr I date 5 m I, 01 V 0



sti lyis our desti allahnza eo
firy-sides are our homes agd gresides. a
While abo can measure armp with aliy un-
4 4, RD F gg which ?[ap Ilevel I
sailed with defeat, will still be borne in
p
triumph let I fly to her rescue and share s
her glory or ti la ga up. a
his is n ownideas swart the
b
tion Huns and Goths shall barjriche memo. a
rials of likrty beneath the living tidA of C
fanticism. w
w
4,gB vocarm ordBackleon yeararmorand
('. H.. Coraguary, Captain. s
(Julumbus Times. g





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Eueerto 1. I Lucan

indidatethat the seesseltinistis will haven
majority in the State Conventioil.

Texas EeeotionthetnAls.
GALYzarov, Texas, Jan 8-At the el-
eation to-day for delegate to the State Con-
vention, the candidates in favor of a South.
ern Confede:acy obtained a majority.

PortandBarrooksatPensacolaTaken.
PENSACOLA, Jan. 11-The ])ar-
racks, and Navy Yard near this ity were
taken at half paint one o'clock yesterday
afternoon by Alab:nna and Florida troops*

Avatriotiooffering.
The II; su Rsay. B.-.I.ep hurracDos, of
the flioe= seal FIGrides, h 9 deposited With

ra ir 1 pc es tshe er r
most for cho ca rent year
Thus is a rs.A.k altering Ir. In a word.y
8 soonitant of a patriotic nee Ely
a
NOiles

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hand p are it f a o.:p
January $18til. eout


*

EGal OES wanted t vie a ri ur
payaliberalpricehyth. l., ga \DpER
use 10 18Gu. M.agnatel. F

Public Notice.
OUR weeks fiote datil ipplionsion will be
=- -1 *-a ll., 0.38 1P.* t..u --- >< J.,ran,
"..=ti,. 1,1 ..*.==-0..1. c. -..It al..- I 8.....=,,; V,-..I
Estate of WILLIAM MINSON late of8U. John's
county deoused, for the purpose of paying the
debtsof said Estate va;
fro jiouse 4 ti eee on
I.otbjlon ing tor.hl telnNederan Soutif
Sweet aml ly ne IIa ,, .3,, a.,
Ln a is n ce...t to a run- a; its rix

Dea. I 0 '.* 4w.


NE W 8 SCHEDULE .

8. i.ern mail Assaa rain P.m once wed-
,,, ". $r .3. e., fwb7
I *" rn au .1 . ..1111 "

1,. ye undo8 1sy s tyU sp eg

Daily EiceptSuriday's from 9 A. M. to 12
H. and from 3 ?, hi. to 6 P. AI,
do 1 y e he li$I r on one hour :or
L ANDREU, P. AI.

STATE OF FLORIDA, IN CIRCUIT COURT,
sm..JoaNs count.
1 retoand


13 e T 11ston. ; In chance,
..e al.
N ng at1 1.12& rillia .' or she
Oc ... u ....ae as
"" "E "8.0bad use sau
usnes s or a L c. .ca l He need, resuse
washua the Un I..rc 1. sJ. o rise .4 no
AZ::, ;::'2" 'tit: I
D.iema..r a ru Lt.u ..hi 80.
viateluinyour membe run


Latat 50WS








Impring @081 WAShiligt011*

DIFFICULT RETIVEBA GENERAL
gdGOTT AND SENATOR TOOilBS-

the President Regrets gejor Ander-
scm's Alate to Governor Ealreas.

CarArumafbN, Jntuary II.-Despra.has
reonived here hour. We hington ruin a .*tt
gildinner party inst nighs so alternation
k p see between On Some ad ch I,

(I the War of One West had been sunk
those who ordered Q.r to Clauleston beari
been on boarl This brought n* sharp so-
joinder* firm Gen. Scan, when serrtor
foumbs stave the lis. Soust rose to resent
he insult, but was held by those present,
ad t.he rurator was kept qu.et.



a formal emand for the Fulated*.r of Fort
Santer yesterday Result not transp red
Steamor Brooklyn in site eding this morn-
19 and has reelc.1 off so the North east
From indicarious I II.i=.k at as actual war,
or an adjustment all re- all to-day. Sev
eralbumbed us..ps La v beerteent to the


Cimal.nerow, Jean 12-Ev.=r rlain:is
quies here lu-day. The Brooklyn was in
theoffmg abia usurning, t.ur., after takinE
a look at the harbor, arrated North-east.-
Th I I school
ere was a repoIt are 1 sis ac uing,
created corrliderable s.:.E. luent, tone, the
Brooklyn had returned, but it proves to be
time Nesdalk, whieb says she seen the
Bavok(ryn forty miles out, off Unpe Ro.
anan, genut east.

Virginia 1.egislature.

so-day resolution were introduced
to appoiint a conunittee to report to slfe


of military power an alsE.$.auth will jeopar
dies .he tranquility of the Republic, and
timt the evadestion of Fort Sunder is the
Mint sk.p 1,.rrurds rest..(in: p-. ...<.
A ball r..nday f.:.r 1."-tale Cranvention
wearapated, and a scwolut..:.n p.ir.ned the
Hung requesting the President, lanti Qgq
Southern Slate, to unite in iss.aurance, as a
preparvrico f..r peace, of th reit..ratiop
andmaintenanceofthestatus of the fork
audareer.als, except to repel actual aggres-
*
The Convention bill was debated.
Te city is greatly excited,

ward's Speeek in the Begite-All
hopeofAdjustmentatanend,
TYASIIENGTONs Jan. 11-SEWitrd's
"
.,.......o!"'o''s"1"


conce net.
Mr. Sewaird, in his great. speech, said
that Usere could DOfr he 8Holtti thing as
peaceablesecession Headvocated the re-
peal of the personal liberty bill, and said


aboliph sisvery in States. The Territarial
question should be settled by admitting
all the resent Toriitories as States, and
Eausands)4 Ope Wyapdotte Constitution,
audthatlawashould be enacted to prettent
the invasion of one State by another, and
thpt there should be stro Pacific rail-roads,
one northern and onesouthern.

WAssitoron, Junuary II -Lieut. Tral.
Inse arrived so.day, and held a long confer-
ence with the Pres.deal and Geneiml Seat
11q r dial Fort Stantor can hold am
two months, that' it has plenty 0( good
water sell 4 Supply of fuel, but than coal i*
much needed. I undennond the caseIn.
don is so send supplies under the parteedon
of a usand war, at all herards Every part
a f the barbor has been closel examined on
thechans of ibe ConstSurvey oilke, which
age now is the possession of Gen Scott.
Andemon'sforbearanceknotikingupon
gods blonkrie and Morris is highly ap-

'"1.. ri no==., 8-*=> or sh*
'freagg ,yegigned to-days Sea. Dix haS
been nominahd.and confirmed as his me.
sensor. There reason to beliqyetchat Gen.
O. Edder, S Kentucky, wit( Ite ap-
painted Georetary or War. This does set
please slaeReptiblicatis, as Gep Butler is a
decided Southern man,

WAgathiG QJr) Jan. 11-8eerstarl
r ,

appointed angi confirmed in his place.


----- -- ---
-. .-=*.2 owns me Eassern
rena purmance el use alan.~

5 1 ri rs us. .rdP
e... fami ..-, g qa. I
.rwo age a rm do inthia Gause,
1.. as { 0 Seal of said
mi. """
Jain. 12, 1861 4m -

Private Bording.
.44.
Afew boarders can be anoom-
arounted with the necessary
Rooms, fuel, lights and some-
thing Substantial by calling on
theSubscriberCoinerof en
Dec. 8 1860,

SHEMEP'S SALE,
Y virture ofs writ of Execution to me di-

Eastern Circuit of Plorids bearing date th of
mini r wh o illtrT/a ,



1 P 8 IE Offer At a c s>O
f Voe(*iurttHouse at Enterprize in the County
to wi : owing described parcelofland
Ali th
erl at certain tract of land beihg the North-
a5,,,frtp a,,want of led situated on the
I wr. a me v it.,a. Gr..ra in
Is. e it. .ge, s...od 1. L. u b.L N.unhered
.rf
el- sa. lt.<. ., s. .'lu: or Apr 1.1.& and
two lurecontainingtogether/

sacritue 0....
January 5, 1881. -


11114841ARORie
FOR
CHAR L lil 8 TO N, 8. O '
VIA
'!...2, Jacksonville and allbandings
on the dir in ly as.



THE SUPERIOR 1801 STEAM









11 leave Pul..110 r y Monday night ab l2
.
les a PLaulum.v.:ry T.=0s.iny ruglanc 2
l l......s. nnus.erary Inesday arght
aan
E ...r. Los over y Tuesday night at
e all
...ry transassy c...-I.r
led ch P. M.
RE.TUtiblNG
lease can ion:. P. Susrday beabus

saw a
Pedarks Mrs. Statute wenar.gs .

pl I. Bars B&MEID
Limor(Altros r DING, 001.51Erts
Pall ws.ilds.urs.] bJ M.mresses IIad-
as do, isure.us *rrzL.IG8. Indi s ilkilmalgrad,
L apa home *I sul a i... ;ng Glenes, Mast,
r.rman, st, .0 and I..rag .uadrens.,, ownswl
0 ** ==F. Shelse, Car J. as. La. E.ook.ag Liviars
Fea ... 8 s,-, .11 8
a .- a c. c.
5tWOfuR 18PLCIMLNNUMAFRur

9


a r qiE;D


LA DY'S UNE WS

PAPER.
TRE QNI.Y LADY'A (TEWSPAPER SITBLIgy.
EDINTEstiNIrivestates
so..im.................. ...
usipt of three be mB TA M & CO., reg

go,, 8, '"pg, 3' "


sept. 8,i880.


we wwww we -

o i mrr eaT e A[ 0 R
1 vt dSt orw ndg b lut a nd
ments of their "OLD LONDON DOCli 43
j i2 ears to be a ssandard artiate s.u k
Gin Ril it Realedlal Agend.
the "OLDLONDONDOCKGIN" on I re
-e or so,. o n as
years, I have frequently pe erlbed I, and
an withdeo he9my r

_u.e. c...a r.ersy. us air so okn-le
ar. Is. spr.t at s.*ry &neere, fr.2.I.
... .. anues.............
11en ye re I lara. .5.1..e.imers r.*=en mary I
clas pee n he us ines. and nIter a ver, e s= 1.1
evers.... .an .21 ruin..-rous samples have ded..l 4
it:' ,:""1,?,?,;.$? .";'ig?.'
... .mry bou.es..li, a LOR
are inconser. e.g.h. 4
enefr.tan aru




"BENIN 1ER 5 019 i (
p as:- e, ,il l...4...i.e. L.uus, 1.0< .,, ,,
li o It gre3Lenw ine h di 8
of caref dly selected i wins niade delica
l e" at is a re u I .r
; :
floral odor to the liquor, which renders it deli.
cious to the series of satelland taste alike, while
itssparkingliquidpurityleavesnothingforthe
eye to desire.
"
ght oonclus n, bt a r7 mun .r.=u.ark ha
streetY. Y. Ir.er.t rI.'< g. s.Ind.- or use aintire
medical profession, aswellae of the world at
large, for having introduced a stimnians ot each
unexceptionable purity and unequivocal ppwer,
both as preventive and curative agent, And a
1 nande9e la metibererage.-[Ohemical
December 1 1860.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Y virtue of an Execution owned ones of tree

me danced an-J.Ja 1 ta. (as .r of WalTeam B
Gale el as U. Ku emilland wate.41.6 e



E ted4 6 ur. P Id ed &
Thirty-three Aores, being the me.j part .do r
gift grant of had containing lo.ilots a..r.. n., e.,
or ia said Breyard county o ursts.] so **am I
'Miles on the l8thilay of July 1: I sand ours. cas-
edto JohnMAlansonet.
'he above 4414 is postponed until the 1st
, ifounty .n M.;
a .1.1* is p....goned until use Ilru
Line at sale po sponed arsal due last
ManE.,
.'"
*** p used until th
""""
Theabovesaleis postponed untikthe r
Honday in Octobyr text.
The above sale is postponid unitil the is.
AlondayinNovembernext.
The .st.o r .We:* em ap.,o.,J until the iirs
AI caday .r. ve.- c.1,we near
fleear.ve 19no pe.p..ra-2.1 until the Arst
a nd a pened until the firse

c. ned unal the arst
Tn. natponed until the farn

age pr agc.
monday in May next,
The above sale is postponed until Go first
p de aFo a saine postponeduntil the first
M

\lonia)M and' P Sat.ged and the Arst
He as, .. U.t E.e. Iext
'l lse are..s :us .8 penarposed unul the Arst
Monday so November use.
st.e above sale a postponed and the first
/aud.x,!.,Ps\ire s abs .pound ur.I.atthe Arst
n,.,ar., as, 3,,,,,.,, le(
The above sale is p posed untai use set
Monds infebruar
war.. 8, havis,
Acting, Sherari Baoward County
March i.tt.-lood
*

AGENTS WANTED,

Ill 49017 COttlity.01M Illlitell

$4RMS,


J. V. Hernandez.

RC NT TA 1.O Ru


("',, 1,"""juj"('g ,
sus r.
.
OREAT QUMOSITYe
E have one of he gr-su.u. nareastle, and



Nov.8HA 4 tottLA, Baddstorf, Mame

JU51 ItSITIVED.

'L' r at ,ior anaduate
enson, hairl.,wangeascapourayaus.0,at-
.sunua ass. na., earqur.c, us.zar or usu..a ,
-.unag Lanannous, may swan, 20sad).:u ca..-
*** -=. -*** ******. Lenus us., e....as. use,
en...<, ou r..anioac, Almons, Lones, <,an....
As*L- La #...II.. L..LILU..
--------
awa a mousers are at

SO&@ q -

.
o!. uns mu uy
f


INPECTINE,

Therersian FeverObarm.
For the prevention and extre .1 Fever ,,,.,3
AgneandBilious Fevers. Thia ....1.rful re.
r L ain a 1.*
a en a n. ..n .


men, a on has e

anag nerauu.e. use t..vian secomp,..
a.e. as ..1.8..-,.3 ance .1. re us.e and 1.. nee
r.1waysnoneldars.=rtool.ut post us...r. fr u. ra
n I..:udoloplair.Is
Aqinager awaystian bel and th th
... commess son counce u..puse .'"
"un on a nea j
(rm I a a 2
nd re th-:. e. n..I t rt.e a ol.
4. camp ed the or .1,
8 anade audawed a run in-

::: -xt"."
8 nee lice on to A r..rkin, a kag treaspuled
sits use, r..pp at clue a .... I
st the use.s unquain.ed rus., Tr as run.. i
t..uug been 4.pectronr3*=.r.mater unrar.,,,,,,
}ea.-, her use parent. n aud sure of rever
and .4gue usa umous i.=sraw. now our...:,s
.tombeAmericanpoople.
.It will be sent by n 1, prep 1, won full
lacemaine far u.e.casa*werspl or one allar.
Ps.e.cipal Wrot...s all.nus.cowy, le** .11ain
s, ........ 0...., 0 e..... m e., ......
iscrealluthling.New her Address
JOHN WILy.ulato
.4817141860 sy.
,
Bhckidiest.

dy UK
1LOUR, EXTRA FAAflf47
FL OCR LY SA UKs
Por Bale at E. CA IR B.
Sept $2-1860*

PAINTS AND OILS.

Lines, on, ware. s....
F e 7 0

sept as. g.g.


f he arerpaissag proprieur of
CHESNEPP GROVB WEISE]iiT.

hu non h]T BSc em at ITIMm .
Heddiful inni Invaoratingr. ..11se enm* Shne a
mild de --*q 13* s: a sis aim

bl[ on I on .un ly in II **w= rp
nones.1). he1.sreerised aF phams from the
\so 1. .Ty in airl
I n. Man testiligs noder osth to its absolme
purse. -CERTIPICATES.

rint..Isrpha.s,-g...9,6. 18.4
Wehavecarefullyteeledthesampleof Class-
...or..as.........,as...............
e.g. It entaireenone or II.ePwsonous
innown us Fuel Os1. rd... h is the a
.JuHoua. Inger horn oa Use whiphass an
-- - ------


a naii) Fu.,- in] has fl.asured qualky of
.5MILS R mill.Torn.
Is /.1 I m
hr e madoracher.. I anoly comm r
j1 r er [ y e
,ru ph
e ] ,oa..r.urnanaring u. Resp eunny.
4. .5 El I Y*ES. Al. D titan Asss) er,
No it..Boyston8tre.n.
For Sale b B. E.4'ARR,
SI'. AUGUSTENB,


CHANCE OF SCHEDULE.

Northern Hall Route
FOR ORARLESTON, 8. C.

.
PHE SUPERIOli BEA E 1MERS




Capt.LOOKWOOD.
AND




8 ADKINS ..
TLJ o f. a 1 day


0 ,,. .4 r 0.0 ..h.
I.s Inst ).4*0
Desk I .- ..r,
fre=gh oC on, or t..a -r 5.1 c)
Fren rur on Moraur morn Unoth e. F rraind.-
c. r a ? an : .Iss ue. le






hark




,\! tior n
q, B. E. C Ez


0 1 TOur g





a Ra
??0 it
pr 6 OA'*
atwounte
a me. I I ru3er a
n
1. as do .. ru gue o
as so a I rappeculiarly Attractive to new*
During ha Summer Months afterations and

no ..c ta.. re a pe. pr air is
re .0 r roug ad .-


1 L 10L 01 I ah,
b Iv ulL' I IIa ith L ... ..>el al nry- e..4-
1, ..au ** *** ,, .c.,- a c.uI. st it sa. .. so .Le
City, and at the same thne columanding all
desirable retirement. as well as exemption from
..k .....-1 n, na... I1.* to.u.. use a ge
I ph..1.J. I ...a. rare poo.e. II.<- basis...
4 na 4 ..ath va.....J. a La... to us.. -r.
I. c ..au I .- aed
rud a 1..r
pa g ad adgrow.. da .
"'- -
.......a...I .rt
'"
age is .4 Junce rid be immes-1
P e. mitti rd attenur to all ..une
Ira as we .J. I r..s r..us as=.3 u-use
a 1.. ? =1.1 orol un. .. t...gi., re .-ra. ..e., rhe
c ...I .r ,.0 J no= th- e 2= ..I..u mes..I *** lu
11. Laurni tor rish lits ual per soup, hitherto
e -.It1= los11..so, he Lanela t merit its
< ce; 1.1.1. Isle sm.


ly


f


N Thursday the 20-1r., I Jer...iry 1901 F.
6 10o clockA.11. I .rtal up.g.is so U., Jwig
of Probate Court of St. Johnes County for per
mission to seli the Real Estnfe of itOQUE I 80.
9 ile LA br.. .:... It .....,1, .1.. ...: a c... It incl.
i- ......r.2...i.e.....,.,, as .aug,. an.,, ,,r d...
tribution amongiheHeirs of said Estate.
in .ei .nsin ele-s...I alips.... r., sodes.
AN NA 1 N


a
Oil@@.

A """'"'"" "'"
.1 11Lit ILflipe..i 4. John .,,
1eceased, are required to make .......-.il F i)
inent to the Undereigned. /And all person
having claims againstSnid Estate age required
to pressat the same within two years, or this
notice will he plead in bar ef theikpayment.
ANNAM.NJh JETT. .
Nov. 24 18oo. 8w. Exe trix.


Notice.


gr *,,;*;"..te,'J!. 12,91"\?
J.. a . .I -charge rr -m Au..=.... Ir..s : .,1 1 +
Iat .1 alO5La i. LL11 uue or mu-1 County
deceased. D L. 10LCB
Ada..a.,s.rr.,r




.
LL persons -indebted to the Estate o
killUEL PRINGLEdaeasurdarerequca-
somaketwarr=daniepaymenirathenndesign-
id tdtral per.-ona l.s n anage.,-u
within two years, or this nonce mis re ide
ic, hear of sheir pe snor.e.
lulli.1M ST.1RLING,
4,gr.mistruser
Got. It, 1800. Sw.

e
Raver IAsse.
(





a a
9
,
E. R. IVE S, Ca ple ni
-
.ETTII.I.leareDr. Harrridge Wharf. Ja k-
VV sonwille, as eight a clock A M ort
Tuesdays, Pridays and Suran 6, for Palauses
Gil12Lithe ALu EdBNj

WHIleavePalarks at sh oeleols A M. or.
Monday... w edund ayn age sun,-armys.

[OULdULN ENTERMEDAlf L. DI. GS.
ya 4,,guessue at ine a clock P M. on wise tip
Ir p as s no A. 0.* on fr.p.e. Mid*
dleluarg and intermediate landing, leaving
tTacksonville every Thursday Mqpiing at six
\EcNk sur n allae ay o makedndille.
JOSERAVERREIRAPicolata.
A a

Nord. 1800. ly,


as e
O engage la use assile of B*athe Of th# kital and
a, o luch Uld Prmaq.hla ..ad
man el, perb suassuanal orkr. pursueued. Ir. A. A .ndeal course is aduou. Iq ,
us pauses.ual.are >f th. man monet.ug a int ar..auou pay
chammes, ad..ps.d La Ch@ Galagaul LLO F.nruar, Pr18dipB h.
.d.,assiness.uMerchase mes me pads..uad m Lan..L. .uddxas
n., e.. .,,,...a ..... ..... .um......, e....t., 2 moo. <,.
mannerandareworthysplacaigthe Library
ofeveryHouseholdiameLand. MexicanMtastang laintment.
a To resea, r easierpri.w and id*mirrious
L ou.-, itn.0,w.-anes..olfers an opportura cy for a usTeam a n7Jim el.heatuousn

"', "'st".',i ":.',7.. c.*,ggy --
a e. qupay by mana r..aula .. erms, aser..s, an a no g.as. L pr... win r,.
0 as r mr .Imma ado us a as consea se value. --and,
u.>. us "'"m';'t.":.:.""r":'st::'!""":;o",'t:
a.mi. eves secused so many own... us ...-

F'" a . ag,-- a a ;c...
April -1 writes, Last use man a usu..wl wars.-
leas tatouse wa ) bus .mco Lasefue ues
i.ua so a
* *

No a b (be a li 9 ring. The b we B of a m
Go 01885. en e. Isrors, New-roral


50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
am now pripar..J re olfer to rs.v old treada
on m., Ame-ern eny r.nd St. Jans county a

e pt ness far only and nineLy staye. ared rath
adpr sed emi-.rr.-rr.. Orders fr.>m my Lrf


aTd IT dJ go a LL ; 1
put say was great care and asseal -sa as pre as
are must.neous to use purchaser .111 arouse.
purs.Is.ue l at U..s house ever ment, dollars
Ru L. auw..i s. Gre per car art, nor c ask -
You Isawe herec.User on nlow wi na large
sortmentof goods.
DRI GOOD 8 .7


r z [ C

.., jIr. u, nu aba a ni
...ad Prush, La @.2 mine. He UN.m
.aleritsourishr8hurs, raw,*.l..sks, M.urun
L .Iain, U.-s.L:. .11. rms hall rio ... I-re.mas ... a
Las L.u 4. Onet.... Iked seas1 0 inar af lamacL.
3 vbLe J:J






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.,,,, -****g CAMPHINE, (4ND(ES,
JEL 1E8,
DATEs,
AND l*IGS, PRESERVES
Jan. 7. E. CARR.

JIg(g & apg,
ggFA.Z.5 F.15HIO.1 8 ARE O TIT.g
.,, Brokeloosecarryingaway
the apare change like a
merciless showman e Hat if 120
un can alterd it, and every body must know all
about theyarious kinds of Hats in order to
** MPR such a variety. Every thing
ma stove pap down 10 a she 8.:. ania br....3
ims, Short Brim...PapanJ L.rno as1 no
Brime at all, Beavu 4.ne..s..r & lu.-1. aref velvet
Murphy Pikes Peak Ronner Sembrero, Jaunty
Plug Ugly SweH Head Ventilators, Regulators
and Tip Top, in fact every thing ever worn
from Noah's day down to that of th( inan who
calwoo5vj .g., so la. L.... So hurri NdIhj

.
VANA


e 4

N RO GERO
a rt; -
(BENET'8 00RNER,)
AS on Windeveryleading Brandof the day
eeivehenequand examinatoryourselve
c. 5-

JOSEPH V, HERNANDEZ, .

MERCHANT TAILOR.

azW U pD r peson' aA ad n
ed to execute any orders, izt his
line, they may favor him with. He has
"Q I''L'"L*'.ia bimber di
French bhick, blise and brown Cloths,'blackDoe
Skin, and Pancy Creasimeraq Vestings, Neelc
Tics, &0.
All orders exoouted in the beet a le of work-
anship, for cash olds '

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.

For sals St. 1 AWd a 4 j3 %ofrom
ses Sl p. navigatioti.4 This tract is heavily tign.
B. E. CARR, behed with LivoW)ak fat for ship building, and
April 4--1860. e cav gd28to !er2sotMLewn
aftuated about 17 nules south of St. Augdstine,
GETAB Feiage Goya, to. Ae, a'place calyst Fish'a. For user particulars,


ofthe any an


of a 0 to &PR
"of
in th a neeth

ath Y OBSERVER ON
Of R. tE 18 3
ealously b othylly, co-operate wall
Florida in maintaining
t usipl the part within its limits.
An atelstereste and w ratever wall indd
el 1our you g nadagrowi

a city will be looked after with congant
oitude
as is be distinctly understood that the
ERVER will always contain (he or
aheat news qf the daynnetpt of valme and
4 carefully elected
purity for the family oirole. Partfoular
attention will be given to matters and things
rdo in Alabamnand Florida.

$10 00
WArrr OBSERVER .2 5
as s ers I roughen the United San 8
act ag as our A

AMERICAN AND FOREIGN. -
RT oscofTO an OR


4,,, """""" 'o,""o:"k. 5 two
days rent the St. Nicholas Hotel.

te@t o ioniangth amist in r ave'ti'@
e e / none too old, none too
intel igent, none too pneglypated, to acknow-
ledge its worth and beauty.
anNo some is mplete wi how it, and it must
It presents to your view every pay of the
nH lepH f, I>ol ness, pee


Eu pipa, ric Ameleirf[ttass lo}ri 5
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
skill are congtyptly enriching eqr stock.
of ce eae7n rs do IE gnP on 16
Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Crystal
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar.
riage scenes, breakfast scenes, pie-nics, state
ifie bedAnse29pne up qqof
Cathedrals of France, Italy, &c., &0. The e
for** of these illuminated vieys is most remar -


FYRNITURE FURNITIynist.
\V)IOLES LE AND RE'I'qil.


$8 FR RY & TRSOPs
(Form y II. P DEGRAAF,)
IV?. pwBopys:lity. MPW ItFli*.

exTe 5 4 e a h a rb 1 9
,makingit one of the
LARGEST PUR TI j'pplii HOUSES
us the United States.
tes g stindue ents

HpsewoodM
shogany,
&Dd Waland
PARLOR AND CHAMBER FUR-
1VITURE.
Also, CANE ADA OOD SEAT Work, all quall-
ties; Harx, Ilusx and Senise MATTRESSES, a
large stock; 'ENAMELED CEAMBER FURNATURE,
i sets froq to $10th
if apy Lind and Extension Post
Bedsteads,
6 feet wide, especially for the Southern Trade.
l'kir facilities for rannufasharing defy eon.- \dr





"Nor DAxdEnows To tax HunAx PAustr."
.'RAT8 COME OUT OF THEIE HOLES TO DIE "*



"Costay's"
"CosQMs" Eat, Boaok he. Exterminag.
tor
4
if00starist'
COBlar'8" Bed-bug Externiinator
Costar's"
"Costar's" Electrie Towder, for In,
seats. &e,
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Ruts-Roaches-Mice-3Ioles--Ground Mice-
Bed Bugs-An s--- vths-31osquitoeq--,fl#44
sote r to andwls, nimAbi, &*., Mo.-



10 Years established in KeW York City-usest
by the the City Post-OHice-the City Prisqaq
and Stati House-the City Stenmers, Ships,
e y go(," "St. Nicholgy

a ugh more th 20,000e re 11
them.
III wholesale Agests in sq go 147 a Citie4

a T swans I or spurious I itations

e f n ko a to Dgg-

O Ao a h tel;}


SY


IS EASILY TA N,
.
.
us



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r.: p.e an ages to us Stereoscope Vip a
ranute 10- -= Photographio wonder. qbey are
taked in the fortieth part qf a qgapps), and every-
thing no matter hpy raphily at may be moving
is depicted as sharply and distinctlyssifit had
(pen perfectly at rest. This givesanadditional
value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Piews of Atoerican life and scenery.-
, Among other things we have just published
u rose pic lustrat a of th <9 of the
hearts feel an intereist. 3 triieular of this
will he towind in our catalogue.
Our estalogue of subjects an pyices will be
As jIdee84 ttoa8 stadntusNoneceI8 of stan
815, $20, or $25 can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, sent by
ne, withoutt igetament) can be

re an 1 enh l ee its
send us their names to place on record, and igg
Will keep them posted at our own expense.
Men of leisure will find Photography 4 most
fascinating and delightful muusefuene.verWe are
necessary for their success together with i
structions "How to takeStereoscopicPictures.,,

M ITf8 o
go y if21 iev( 1 seemijke a the
an indion of or stock, as our discount to the
tra so o raph ers.-- First class


's.g"t' "" I'"""inted, With price
Nor. EXTRAORDINAllSALE dep,


TOCOI IIOUSE
AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
river East Floads is now open
for the reception of Boarders.
This Hotel has recently been
t. and newly furnished. It is on the East
Aide of the St Johns ri ar six milesibove Pico-
Lisa at thts terminus of the St. Johns Rail Road
(how being constructed) coshooting this point
4,with St. Augustine. A line of stages willieave
St. A ine every Thursday for Tocoiond re-
disrnin ea e TPop devery Friday unti1; the
ass board will please apply to
3. T. PAINy, Tecoi Fla.
Dee. 10 1849.

TOUNG MAN wheard strifering fom the ef-
4 ects ofself abuse, can be shrelyandpermanen-

-a Use !
esar wabloWEILFUL REMEDY FOR WEAK"
ass or To
PROCREATIVE ORGAW5*

iran, rarsimix or wis 0 TY,
ad has long been known here as
THE ONLY REMEDY
II a ( rr to

BE DTDISC O% OF EARLY YOUTH.
Thispreparationis nota BTIMULENT, but
PURELY REDIOUSAL RElilE-

he WWW Y URE.

for ciredul rirstread carefullyand

&nhR EiLTeO 18 ILLtAn end.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
ORUGER, Assn,
We.$4BBroadway, W. T.
Star BaIs Ig Druggist Zeerywhere-
I ..---:o;-
"QUACKERY EXPOSED."
I se and


Sh 48kr d veryb yjPricol$Cents.
September I, 1800. 17.
MOB


T. H. CHAMBER'
744150 FORTES
., <*
ESTABLISHED Il5 18SS
.11. Chambers. Plasso Manu*
FOF,
(Foraterly Dobols & Stodart, and Dubois,
Baeop & Chamberif )
Ffarerooms in the "Bible House .,
#or. Sth Street & 4th Avenge
NEW YORK CITY.
A nH eP 0 by ectO 88
a guarantee(
B.-Ad for a eircular, volik description of
a eldsekedulearprica.
81-1860. Sm.

ENE W8PA 8 OF TH E
Oil H.
The CharleSIOH Mel'CRFy

g',* on qusing 1, yg-
(f n4 ele adpil olaspnd)ntsfunnis by
ekerything of interest that transpires in the
ggest cities ofEurope and America,
7110 WOWS Of the 80ath receives

speelalattention.
Politicallythe MsacuirrepresentetheStates
pl ts-resistation elements and advocates the
a on 6f the Southern States in maintaining
(hoir security.
Dall Me ury, 1 year in adva we $1

or a paper sent untess the cash anor que ar s.
Nov. 10 1800 alTWd G.

G AVA JELLY.
LNbzo olives, Pfiles, Mustara,
rrant Je Chocolate? kzeons,
Yes, .Hermeticall aled


. Mc


lidia),lo orders from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegitapin, filled, on application to
AUSTENS, Agrents,
US Fwa leu sa, NY
Kerosene is also o be obtained at the Man-
ufacturerA'. Prices) Qi all the New York Whole-
sale Druggists, Grddefil, Camphese and Burn-
ing t'liqir Manufacturers and Dealers iix Lamps.
N. B.-KEROSENE is the trade-
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cautioned againal using the
said trade-mark tor other oils.
6. 8m

*

('heap Goods. .


r 4


ous ,
. , ,
--six
*




y

*


o
o .
0
TEST ONE PACKAGIC
TliBT ONE PACKAGE
a v MITY ab od onish k
18 that mornnethm wing a
anompdenho especial at pecuniqry intereq o(wmill

. AR
April 14-1860*

IEB T.. ITSS

Y8PEPTIC REMEDY,



Remedy has the lar-

geSt 8818 Of RDy me"
tiicine in the world.
I 0 0 0 00s. RO 8888
SOld in Georgia ahd

BOuth Carolina in

FORPitenmOHits. It

,S W 8. PP RDie ( Q
sure, If directions
Bre followed, any

case of Dyspepsia,

ISORSO
94
Janindice, General
D b'1 Pl
8 I & I -

tion, Chronic Diar-
L
rhtea, Giddiness,
De rested 8 ir its
> - 9
OSS O Appetite,

Ag(

8 8 0018

adapted to Fe-
IISIO COIB)laintS; it
.
prOduces Rotund.
.
It O OFIR IB O*

HIAleS of a Thin and
870 & .
*
Every invalid
should tr one

868*
e a BIJSS & CO.
PROPRIllTORG,
9 EroadlWa.Y. New York*
Or 81178 6, A AlgMits 6)L
B E. CARR.
Apri 14-1860.


MEAL,

CHEESEs

PORK,

'!'RIPE,

TEAS,


PUCKWHEAT,

RD,

FISH,

CATSUP.

COFFEE,


FEU:ITS


SE LS 9


PIPES,


G 0 LDPEN CI LS LD BY B. E. CARB.
G 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8! ago. s.
AGoldPencilwithGoldPena.ga ed Intr vt eoendnu t necess
arade has anained. FM Rye to
CE q Talp LOO KE T, isui,$alt Rheton, Bur s, Bruises, Stid J us.
wr es. oor andoSwdHugs

PREMIUM ] ACHTOPURCHASER o in n n I at

AHERTwt or in n n o an p
elry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction feld Co
given to allithe have patronized our house, we writes, at t eL r n q der rk 7
ways I a b i alt a
We wish it understood that this isNo Lottery, 5150. Your Uniment is doing wquder. u
bu has g adtdk at s8 oa b j id here." Such test mony is r achipg us every
a GOLD PENCIL WITH GOLD PEN AT- uldThe halt not tol Every family
TACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, worth $5 unine ed ewaxel of un tons. to
pach, which cannot he bought at any retail store aleis throTgh 0 c oild.y respect a
for the same price; and an addition to the pur" BARNES & PARK, 94 letors, New-York.
chaseeachpersonreceivesaPremiumofJew- -
elry, less in value than $2, audit may be worth
9, s, e, so, is, so, so, so.. season.
I NO 319REY RISKED I e
.11(* repose to let a person ki e whajPre-
"""" win "Jifebdued ng a unna e 50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
above articles, can first send us their name and
address, stating whether they want the Pencil T am now prepared to oKer to my eld friends
and Pen, or Looket, and we will make their I of this Anclent city and SL Johns county a
selection, and inform them by return mail what most spleisdid assortment of fall and winter dry
Premium they are entitled to. They can then goods at very low prices for ash or city so-
2,the privates. or senaigg for is athey ee uncedaeaedsixty ado" ety day.ere with
Our plan, frqm 19ng experience in the above friend aqqp agig with the cash will bT
business, has given general satisfaction, aseack promptly atten ed to with great care and atten
purchaser can sell or trade the above articles ticate gas.- ensue estularlian to the yearol.neer
" a bc ..net him, and relate time P.esc.J.,,, M coinerry IFiennydausy re n at of .
Jra usesanypersonshould feelJaspe:,ea 1.situpwe rreasare....1arter...on...gas.....
e..,as ses......, i. .ay..... .s., ... sir...o........ u p...... a s. ....
rely upon being as fpirly dealt With ad though (prirohnse.3 as ELtd I.-:-ssee ever men= y dollars
theybadmastrarzousapplication. wines .=Iiew.=.iair.per cer., oriences....-
Any jersqn sending us $26 for Mar goods will You have here a list of a few of my large say
ree.iverencianar....aremium,.e..a. sore..aurmous..
'96 ,'diom ageme8...a for a renciland rea Da 2 & cons .
ortookeg"oarPremiumsarearticleasuitablefer consisting FrenchbroadClothDuskinCas]
Ladls and Gentlemen, such as suneres, Pi 0 Cloths, Satinetts and K. Jean,
Gentlempi's Gol and Silver Watchs do el F 84 Llar e
es, Gold Vest and Guard grey Blankets, negro Blatikets, aglish Mei
Gold Sleeve Buttons, Giold nees, Makinaw Blankete, Negro Kersey, Med
Watch Keys' $ o r 1 e8 7n d kile Go
Gold Shirt Studs-plain and wity settings: Delains, Gents Morine hacyRosse, French an
Gold bluf Fins- ow style; G81d Breass English Cambries, Red and WhiteFlannels.
Fins, Gold Exngs, Ro. As T. NELSON
FOR LAY)1ES, ^97-
weav.e.uwatene., vioronaue, n..ate, am
a a 1 ,Cyarbs and cral Breasbrins
P e el de sG dust 1 ox N the street by a Servant a gold rigg. Tig
corUne pt n le references given henp or owher can obtain it by calling on.
re un Nov.18, 18sp. G. GIBBs.
800, Cs ys nd w on ona av
letters being miscapried.
sal.a & Co., 00 Balp for Bominy. Cow Poster tabas


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