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: February 2, 1861
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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Volume ID: VID00225
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.VOL. III. ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. .CIIllN S CIOUI1TY. FLORIDAb 'SATUIRDAY'. FEBRE A RY 801 ..g. St

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L...ur, 1*1et.< .I.aUse,-rs..c. .<,.1 seventy-Five .,CRTPCAE adl-condihued to controlthe ceremonies of yoth will find usheeppadtoppsbulileAueu aiei i 1&
to ;ip em a ".a-end6m rl.l il-l ul .: .. r.. a- inds, exoterie, or public, wi were Havuing passed through the d....i, Ih.- :.aul hie bas~said is rului'oup.riED~L 00@ i
i'r' . ...''' si ..' ..b . 1.. I, .il .. ."3 eomaniate tote uttue deo date has scarcely proceeded fifty steps beg us that they we r.. otpoperlyuj onnce w~~~~L~L; ith: ~ Cthbuiness:;~; I h llj ..!' ..' r.1 r. ~ 7i. teric, or secret, which weremr revealed only fore he is dazzled by a brilliant light, iner solstice, aii. at night thaet the cn
atur yI thsmon aut /< ed. exces o ,4~ ,,. ..: n..J ,,soi~hv few; and to obtain them it w e whose intensity augmecnts as he advances. date was prepared b thi ealfasti-ngsand
,a .il us.1YII..n~ll .. 1.11.1j ..Rh thle numl r-- necess r; to pass through an initiation He now finds himself .in a spacious hall, purifications; and that no oise wans permitted
oc~~~rf .il~*b~ 11. 11 -ecniud, 1.0R which, as we shall see, was characterized filled with inflammable substances, in a to paptae of them unless he had previous-
m~gg, F Dolarsat Md..,--f .11..- ,\,. NewYo soa by the severest trials of courage and forti- state of combustion, whose flames pervade ly been initiated into the mysteries of Isie.
n Iounceiets of C niae .n ,,r. o .. r >. .uI t aeaaye sil fCndire Grove tude. : the whole spartment, an form a: bower of~. The.I Jiysere of Girifome theenn thirdeofCh
9TbObit~uar notices, when they exceed six clause of true tempermae. Whf~8~;i~i ~ ~ ~lf:innrl daad i r f ton, The principal seat of the myFsteries was lie on the roof above. Through this-it is degree or summitof theliyptain initation.
use~ lua le eiL *l r.l;.) ," J .r at adverruse- COLTON SALTER, M. D' it, I am pleased tO state that it 8s entirely free a epii h egbrodo h eesr hth hudps ihtel hstelgn ftemre fOi
dturr advert~isemesnts payable qluarrlaly~; S t"" ~I'Ir I1.1 N. Y. o'm pi~soou i de eeridui subes eig8 ht great pyra.mid. They were of two kinds, grea~tetspeed to avoid the effects of the ris, by his brother Typhon represented'
uladveartiemn from stranger n dl transiu nt "BLVNOI&OE'S LD LONDON DOCKGIN" whriske. the greater and the lesiLs;h former being fme.To this peril succeesb another., an he god was pers~onatoe lbyh candi-
perseons, payable in ad van~ce .lII so,.. ...Isl... posaseses all the qua~lities that can bedqsire o JAMES RI. *?ri [E N.; the mysteries of Oairis and Serapia; the On the other side of this fiery furnace the dt
` cons-idered due when called for. this hih r sol nhlwt I **f at stie orAnalytical I.I.I lte hs Ji T mtre- 0 fo f e a s t 8 BEUP l.e
14 .0 .e.4 >p a 00 r,.t... c. -IJ I. wal1. hae maden chemical analys~i;s 6f cd;ommer- iris were celebrated at the autumnal equi- newr frdhtiron bars, the iroSIRFJ ALs*

Notice ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ L. toDetrsad rdios 0 ..ua- 0 and given and exquibitre perfectly pure olid unadultera ed. frEeu. fiue anl those oif Isis at the verbal equinox. only chances of a secure fo~oting. 0 ruit court 6f th ca~nt of sui~ng ou o the
tra rpication ni~r dfismiBSBSal as Admune-i 10 Go t .ill I ..l Il( y bodIy--Lnd sU alnj nxYT~~~h~ citikO iclri ..I .. It U~r alG The candidate was required toehbt Having surmounted this dillieulty by the E~astern cir ut of Flond er ngo inte Sb
o.e All bll s for Job-Pri~::nting,, must be pad ....,,. .p a.,, o_. .. oI, A A 1ATSM L .. ,c. prof f b mlsslie.Fr om dy getys ades, nohr ndunxeceda ri co e aydilamt
en dsa delivery of e e ayerl; o di 4. s.. e .....1. r o.1,J, ,apeiou~to the commlencementof the cere- obstacle opposes his farther progress. A use of c:hristina ~Ir wife or John S. Relf is
SIlERI~F) b MALE. h n onclusion, the writer must remark that Fr Saleby B]. E. CARTA, .monies of the initiation, he abstainedfo iegd ai aafd from the waterIIs hao fbir d ap~~~ shl4i~ at ou isPD nde
Y virtue ofan Execution issued olt ofthle i..s .Lllsl 1 I.I~si s. I. I ST. AUGUSTI E, all unchauste nets~l lobse~t, confined himself to an of the No ~ie crses thed pasg eiste-otelrtMny feeayneti r
Gircuit~~~~ourtforthecountiesof~~~~~~ollisiaand~o r-.1 -ir. s. 9. s:a ie Sp ,80 xednl ih it onwihaidng. e Ovrthssestre nsam hehas toswi- Onh Irt ur l H ou EnternPrizne~in th ounty
brevardinthe Easter Cirui of.II.l Flrd nte1. 1 r mual food was rigorously eieluld 8, ad -i il;I -y~.i, -- l!L~~ - -~ ~ i Igesr prclfl
mo edirectedanadeliveredliixfvor of Wvl illa D. I Illlllll r.jll poifs hiw- b.. ...I! ri~-~ l .,I'; *}..=-.Iarr thrlp f i0dbrud, urI l.5 clg.<-
~iler et. al. vs. Hufus K.Sewall and wife, 1have both es prevnutive rlri 040l ..... ...I .3 C uiidhmefb ee-- tIa." naff'AiRERDi ~u g lpureguqNg.
levied uponi and will expose for sale at duln-tisay ror o a~ d~l- harmless exhlurtin -~ p.~ .a Ingtu rprd h ....Il,.. h-1.0 anrdo h
nah, Brevaid country Florida on the lat Mondaty .6 r.; ?.. .~tll. .rjlt .,, F L1.#- li IMRtlspeaete IIIl~i IU~ O b
oAril89,ats;& mIal L.....r of sale the fol- v ...g ? I dyeteethy~ 4Guid*?,.prnse*1st at 41*.>-=.- 44,4 .g
-"19tifililliditife- d 6.: 1, ... ..I -Anundu~iv'rldei L-"~~ dle of the night, to the rr...ust of a I... ppg,
T~rrestoneeseeq, Te ad there thirl unart ofcan iNPSOINE, gallery, situated in one of rl.. alde o [r n~I` I~~ ,, M~Lld, binusa cntoouj. On a~irilexo " cutaon tog sqr %1 acre..s
amrr grant t lad ountaing-ut. 10,0 acreamor TgaPrinBee H~m TllE STEAMEP pyvramid. Having crawled for some dis- at the opposite side he finds a narrow two loscotiin ogt 2141breSB
sa ai are cmely toac e\ 0 6'84RFO6 OlAW tance on his hlands and knees, he at length landing place, bounded by two high tralls Janua 6 186i Sheriff of Yelusia County.
Jtto John M.~ Hnauon, et. al or the prevention and cure at' Fever anld kba'$PB camte' to the orifice of a wide and apparent- of brass, into each of which is inserted an r561
The above sale is postponedt until thle 1sl AgIue and Ballious Fevers8. Thlis wouder~ful rec- 1J ufatiomublle ell, which the gde di-i,,,welo h aelaaadtr
Monday in Mlay. mledy wasl brought itoth k~nowledgpe of the pre- BIat un a gi 1 imne he o h sm etl nd
The above srle is postponed aunil thre tirdt sent proprietorsha rraliend whou as b-rraeeagret rected him to descend. Perhaps he hesi- m ninated by an ivorydoor. This, of course d,0 r~g
blnllT on Ju le i otoe ni h is taeecs.ri ~d t teshee- *E ~ HVGS Calt iI, (tats and refuses to encounter the seeming the aspirant attempts to open, but his efforts -..,
Mh bv al sIotonday int July. perienced asevereg i aodttack of e Fevrer ndKUe.- TXILL leave Dr. Harltridge' a harf Jack- danger; if so, he, of course, renounces the are in vin. TJlhe door is unyiel.rs;. At -i.b ~:m
a adesion si s ospoedunilus As luuon iiov iing pecrou n d iion, one iut o a sdlas toisy nnlSuna s r Plala -eterpr~ise, and is r~econduted to the length hae eiies two lage ring, of( rwhih lteb
The Wrorov sale is postponed until the first, '-~ear this and no Fever will touchl 5on." Al- itnd lutermledina te ndings. world, never again to become a candidalte he imumediateljr takes holdr in~~~ clC~ra: up La.al.s ..n-
Motsin ~yenaitebr one duni tefi thod~ inreedulu e11t0dits ituee ,e a 1 11EITNIN initiati~o; but if he is animated b~y cour- tion that they will afford him use meoa us of ....ar..r ycueo
Mondayu in October next. always foundlitan effctluall protection fr~oml all Will leave Palatka at six o'clook.A. Mf. on age, hre determines to descend; whereupon effecting. an entrance. But n low arfhus, ;,, L4..i HIL,0ti ?
The above snlis postyonedl until- the finrt mnlar.ious complaints M\ondayqs, 1YednesdaIys and Saturdays. thleconductor points him to an iron ladder, sulrprisie and terror, when he t..: h:-Id:-.* l.
Honday in~ovember next. On further investigation he fourid that the TOUCHIING AT INTERLMEDIATE LANDINGS. wl1c ale h icn rftysfe ben hlsrol un eae wt IB OUT C YILap
The above saleia postponed until thle firs boannaln attributed toit suiraculouspowers, and And connecting at P~icolata with Stages for wihmkstedncn efeya rznwel~eov pntealswt
Monday in Decemlber next. anid (Ilat it couldL only be obtained from thre St. augustine at One wohe sorsl a s postponed until the fireI'ist s nft codn. rpei ime uie orJ the Trp Indsoin A.r lon the Down TriptoMd ed the entrance to a winding gallery the platform sinks from under him, and he SQHOOL;
Theabove nale is postponed until tlhe firesr fomhiuritelsecret. of its ipr~elpartion, and asr- dieb~urg and intermediate landings, leaving through a brazen door, which opened noise- Iremanins suspended by the rings over a YPORKVLLE Bj c.
onthgi ve tu ry a ned tl h first aginediwhereth~e et aed. e lhsbawe ione, takove evr P11srhurt to Irvi les lessly and almost spontaneously, but whlich fathomless abyss, from which issues a chil- .The Institution Is modeled after

Tbzovn saplen postponed until the first lief in the miluJs of the L)time ralthe mIirau JQBSI.H FE~llRR R Picolaca. reverberated through the- hollow passages, and he is left in profound darknees. For granwnesLL. a 01ssea so rteeeisr idepl aore
nLond~ayin Janel next. iou eitihe most r unqualiied plcrai. Thi reed heldI1S anetpiegllrwoero wstervlig hes cild ytecl eeme 8Q w
The above sale is postponed until the first having, bjseenm a o spciiersioLrpr hut endtrieds or supp~.Pnaso rote oi eah sid byo was ong row ofte morre tofair ad diue eremaing les his strngth l nomainypy
h1113 bnly le otpoe until the firt yr gera epievetio and sevuu ofoia evegd T ZINNllate lid R uebl trUI anc e bar c omm. and eahteea spi an ,hal f nale hoimio when, ed mutievty th aos rEM oJI I, BOLSN
M'habove-salemas po qoned unti the fret dipT co abeCut altorpid ihfll C A L 8T ,B.0 fth ret adretesso Iicanlw ut ydgrete os eaea sl b8 o di .ae
The above enle as postponed until the first arnia Deo n auatry 8 l ntn unrlh m s eem ngle rwil th thre ltoform a dresum ngesits form psirntioh Crai hds adekk,1okn hia

)odyin Decebernext. .lruly l41860 Ly vn Ga.iti B.'afsii fur hund. Beu asupiratet wit tahe o s ole m felns n efid isl na rlinl-lu
NThe above sale a postponed until the tiest BED 901< An Uilu CIA1EN~i nUMBE OFre for Yil.8 U.ai Hgudeno demnd ofhi f e a mnidapr pnte nth mdt f
Th bore :sale is postponD@ uraril t}\0 frst THEoen SUPERIO IRON EAMualoy stid timel inhsproto asngtruh nnso l, lhd temsi n E C Af a .
MarchS 5th18th ILLUSTRA'['ED -toxperiencemd, h was desireus of returnin the clangers whc enaned hit~ m. poInthis oamak Cuto rder, Cin the most fashionablerand
AGENT.o~rrP).IlSP W AnTED LA:frs t IDhou Y'S Urlo.tio'INE W Sul- prise. If he stlls prinstruedt, thoey bo of the Egyptiant my steries the oaeowt. sig-~ IUrdl
JUII IVLCOXL L, ., t~ Ilie,. Feraentered~u 8- u'l DRIog'TOWe gauldOy Ont th tec walls of nifiaton fwihiy doo o pnaegresl oexpanedEA UIOIY
IR n~ t~er 00lif Of PUI'10 It~i thel f .P SPCIE Nh;ER tb wh~gichno we e insc ed t fhm fhe foloin sig nifi- to him. Bu i the er moiest of intiain Eaeoe ftegetetuiste
It~e state s Aola( Usi CAPAIN FE NPC1. .at od-Th otl h halta ld o caeler.Te addtei u- olou anal nenin o w
THElr t ONLYr LLDY'B NEWSPPE PUBLI ovra this road, s ihout hesiatig 4qor g look-jecte to a~ se ;rie iof fatings which gm- FulbpariCulaarS BORE PREM.
LOcnur P~ulbliain r ttems neetng llev iolteey usa ng th at2 ter, and byaigr; tand if h ed can sroun iedy.rn this period e a fd rigro sjutrtre ~~maan~ iha
a are r, p cht thewant ofphe areil ~ pecmen umbeasset, pol-pad, o there d iT Jackonvile eery uesdy niht te fea of efth he hallemerelfro the silece i impsed pon hm, wichif h JUS REC IVED
a thbeattylend bubd n thmostubstntia J. I. RYAM& CO at o'cock 31 bosm ofthe arth heshal revsit he peseres i involabe, i at engh reard-CtPAI.DIG" repaed Gue, or iunedate
salaner andareworty aplac inthe ibrry Wil leae Fmandna veryTueday igh at igh, an clim te rght f peparng is e byhis ecevinga fll rveltionof he 0use choce xtrats or teveingvia
of mefd ra dan inustioq No. 8 a 12 ou hid S et @il kt Lvnna evry ednsda niht oulfortherecptin o th myteresof sotrioka wlege f te rtes Ths i' manna ane s ex r



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dation ofite Mlit a or ed and isere1olved fr dolp, and 8 itae at of each oof tthe Mr.klVeobster anys onstantion, nothing was
import." declaration that they foug's tpip force bat. done butaaceding we compact, nothing would
The Democratkr *perry then are fully sles of the Revolution; and in this conflict "'dusocentrhy inaorder topbr k it up but to
committed to the doctrines ofttose resolu- theywerTucceensful--gained the ve pot The whole subject of the right of seces-
ITGITSTINE, FLORIDA. tions, and subabelearly they involve the right of Seceaston. Thape resolutions in- treaty of peace between Great B itain and Is the Government a confederation of coe-,
SATafthDA V. FER., S, 18611' viet ti 6 the Union.ia a compact to which the United States, ratifi & iif the year queal, aoppreigra States ? Is the Constitu-
the States are parties. If this be true, 1784, distinobly recognized thesovereiguty tron a conipact to whiel the several States
a n a F3, theh in slkabsence of a common arbiter; of eae of the Statesh t fi ation of this c8e yd in tobae stan ordd

ruewak L.w ar., ** and all ree .we sst,. each 9tdemust be the Judge of the in- treaty, however-to wit, on (he 9th day of position of the Federalist on this. point._
scriptions, make a sle.uses, and reces fras traction of the compact. If the compact July, in the your 1778, and only twoqtiars At one tillie they will admit the indepen.
same; ., be broken by some of the States, the re- after the Declaration of Independence- dance and sovereignty of the States, and at

SE 0 5 5 8 1 0 2 is iiol"e ... .v Tazi I al.b o sent 16ite n as3 he e Aoe tinw
that the Union is a compact, assert that it tionimpliesnotonlytheprevio sovereignty 'fl(w ly remarked by the Federalist,
,was formed not by the States, but by the of the confederate parties, bu their con- thatthe institution was the result, lieither
8 'fI OI T 4 $1 9 A. people in mass and is therefore not a *Fed. tinued sovereiguty also; for the same sor- pm a of1st7%o ty a henal eye @
dral but a consolidated goverospent. These ereign power necessary, ig use formation of states, It resulted frow, a unanimous noseas
belon to the schoo if.the old Federalidfi, stioh a compact ze also essential to its of to serqrst States thq e parties to it."
TH E.DISSOLUTION more properly consolidanc>oism. ren f NJ to a dar stail s an j r. Econ-
ThEse Federal duarines tonstitute part oI that document send as follows: I St.nes as arues be a **gra mous assun.
of q or e e, on ReputLean --Ann 1 11.4 at..Int uses Coal may abilt II.:.n ?" a calabrate t... n II



sur the righ .. u exa 2semoled." so 0.* is resolilsions, declaring that
THE FORMATIO14 younger sys he belon ed .to use Federal There wave these articles no eunender **the word corr4.s2: was not a constannon
partyandance on a public occasion de. of sovereignty, freedom, or independent. al ri.odayexpress.e.n." let, in Use press
01' A claredthat if he had one drop of Democra. The central Government was merely an speech Steply to IIayne, d@livered u. the
BOUTHEl CONFEDERACY, tic blood in his veins he would open them ageej ha a rot rpr b [oe n ted SLad EDR[e 00 6 0 20th doty of
and let it out; but it is a matter of surprise several members of the Confederacy. dir- this deb e-Mr.. Webster, so $il so
HOHOr to Whom HODOr is 9110. that any one educated in the school or tain definite powers were delegated to it; the hasp of representation in 'llW alave
Democracy, and admitting the truth of the every other power, jurisdiction, and right, Sfates, a ys: -*
doetrines of the Kentucky and Virginia was expressly reserved to the States. The **Neverineless, Id, not comple.n, nor would
We nothe with pier.a*>re the arrival of entire language of that instrument, in :.11 I cca.E.semencear.3 movement to nor rine ar-
our valued Wellow Citizen F. McCarar; resolutions, should deny one of their prom- itis parts, carries indubitable evidence of t he rangement or re preseensuea. p i. II., engight
and great him with our heartiest welcome, inent features, that the Union is a com- continued, independent, separatesovereigo- 6 sun to trans.npac les ne/ / sad
as one whois in every way worthy of our pactto which the States are parties. We ty of the confederate States. ,,, -II of never.Is to 1.* unarded ...
t tefni than for h domi repeat, that this question of Secession is The Constitution under which our pro est as for chal*G Lt is ornisu.si L.a i. _
anos gra he, is in table present General Government claims no exis. Lee renthe constitution as it is; and for the
efforts through his private means in sus- not only interesting but important, and tence comes nextin order; and upon the Unionsoftis;butlamresolved not to submit
taking the position of our section of the though we are thoroughly satistled on the correetunderstanding of this instrument in adensite accusations either against myselt
8tate, in the Seoession movement. Mr. Mc subject ourselves, and advocate it with en- guarded by shi antecedent light to which us sa no tiNorthpwho lbun-
sarar is one who makes no display of tire confidence in its truth, yet it cannot reference has been already made, must de- t*ue Wdisposition to evade the constitutional
his does h be two much discussed aind the discussions pend the solution of the grave and momen. campact and to ezlendthe powers of the Gov.
b noractio as mbark din pmg should be circulated among our people. As Aous estion now in discussiond face the ,ern at oo}er internal laws and domestic
dreds of Dollars in defence of our State,. we do mos feel capable of di..:ussing the liand that th a Constitution is an organic The States of Massachsetts and New
andhismseliberaland generous offerto subjectaufully, clearly and satisfactorily actconsolidatingintoone Governmentall Hampshire, in the acts by which they
our Govenor to call.whenever mone was as it can be done by abler and better in- the people of this country; constituting a ratified the Constitution, used the following
formed persons, we will use all the lig1st General Government-over individuals of language:
neededia ratiful nd high-toned posi- we can procure from any source for its elu- m a i se 0 ul '2 go" oknoo upreTehR I t itthe

cidation. We therefore, call the attention ters conceded to it-and that no State can in aN ag the people of the United8tates, in
0 AGHT F BEGESSION.: of opr readers to the very able and ducid separate from the Union except by revolu- 2t n e ed lee, tIo a yfr
exposition of this question by Mr. DE tion or rebellion. It is contended on the prise, f entering into an explicit and solemn
. JARNE1'TE, member of Congressfrop Vir- other hand that our present Union, though coae with eachns o "sesent.igg to sad
This as the great question. If the right ginia, in a speeob recently made by him more perfect than under the Articles of A ing new do behidf of the
be a mitted, then the State unquestiona- and published in the Globe of 11th Janua- co I 0 e i agenteralo States, to ean t and ratify the Cons8ie
y e exe usive Judge of the snSicien- ry, from which we have made extracts. For sovereigns and independent States; a Union, oution.
ey of the cause,.and.may or may not with- a proper solution of this question, he say6 it is true, but not a union of individuals. This clearly establishes the fact, that
draw as she may decide it to be orpedient and wary carrially soo, was also history of It was, and is, strictly and truly, a uniop these two States regarded the Coastitution
or oLilerwise war st a rhe&ndsion agbEGoveratinidi, At teetr or 4 ...u ---of .. an 'ldin.00 ano a ed ei or asse ted

as the sorcesdent history of the SERESS Wust 800dded to by each, RDR frOM Which au (188
lyshown nes to exist; stsen it is equally be carefrdly studied. He then proceeds to State may secede when the provisions 0 Virginia, in ratifying, said:
elear that without the consent of the oth- give some items of that history as furnish- that compact have been violated by the "Do, in the name audia behalf of the people
ers no State can withdraw from the Union i ortant data, amon which is the other States. The former of these opinions of Virginia, declare assamake known, that she
It may be said that a discussion of this m g was entertained and defended by see old unt under the Conetdt ion, eing
question is useless as five States hays al- 1. The thirteen colonies which, after toolidst ists, h ,to e f rs be resumed by them wftenever the mine shall
ready fai themselves decided it allirmative their separation from Great Britain, united names, were balled Federalists and the a w 0 te 0 prbssion ad
ly and acted upon that decision, and that together in the formation of this Govern- other opinion was maintained by the anti with them as their will."
Awo other Statescoocur in that decision ment, were, previous to that separation as Federalists, or Republicaus. John Adame New York a id:


themselves to ste agrques -of he pro- em igtheesrirelati ship to adoom houses Jeterson and a Ises Indison ewe come sei yo Useir ha( h us;isthaf
position by 'their resolutions adopted iP in apy political respect, bound them to each tives of the Republican faith. In more the said Constitution, ofe r delegated to the
1798. These resolutions are similar iq other. As coloeies of Great Britain, some modern times Chief Justice story and Congress of the United States, or to the depart-
the principles involved in them. The first had been settled at one time and some at Danial Webster have been distinguished mhe a 1 ft s a tune .tr e 8re
of the Kentucky resolutions, drafted by another; some were provinces of another advocates of the Federal school; and John pective state governments, to whom they me
Mr Jeferson, in the following worde. Government uoubght der Brietish domina Calho nh cell in the advocacy of ha od I a cleared:
sh is he vr into some some were provisional, in some proprietary, The Staterrighte, Deanocratio, or Jeffer- **That the powereof the Government may be
ainisedon the principle of unlimited submission and in some established by charter. They senian Republicans have always contend. resumed oy the people when necessary to their
to their General Government; but that, by com. Wert, therefore, esAntially distinct and happlness;and that all rights not delegated to
pace noder the eryle and title of a Constitution separate from each other, exhibiting no els 1. That at the ti of th do tio of Congress by this instrument (the Constitution of
for the llnited States and amendments thereto, inents of oneness. me ea p a the United States) remain to the people of the
the1/consciateaGeneral9ove ment for spe- 2. On the4th day of July, 1776, these fhe oioudstitutilon, shelStatesevere severally severalstates, or their state governments?'
taind ed ed 8p e vtibne stoo several separate and distinct colonies of ThapthepresentUnionTthe result Virginia fully apprecintos the present
selftheresiduary mass of right to thpir own Great Britain, in Congress assembled in ofa I'onstitutional compact t.owhioly geeh struggle. She will, now that the Jiberties,
eM v ment; and that whde ev e Gener- the city f Philad Iphila, unditad in a com- State, as aff independent sovereignty, no- rights, and honor of her people are assailed,
heasts are annuthoritative, void, an of n to ad 2 g p ;mth ed 17nies, erni1their i pl3of th te] d la amripqonomedegit mah Lan sub southern State immediatelypenede,
Government, created by this compact, was not or in the aggregate, were free and in eapen- State may, in the eyeroise of As same in- and she steps with Virginia rewards the
theezeineive er fledal n e the ex ent dent of GEreat Britain, but thattheseunited' dispendent sovereignty secede from the familition.of -a new Confederacy, on the
would a Anade as discretion, a "n-o eidonisis are, and:af right ought:to be, free Uniofs. Hened, the convetIsion of Borith same model as the old one. Stand sh>ul-
Constitutionthe measureofits powers;butthat, and independent States: not only free Carolina, in 1852, by a vote of 136 to 19, I der to shoulder, in an unbroken column
as in all other casesof compact between parties from Great Britab, but free from each posed the followsug ordinance:
)savang popommon jadge, each party has an other; not only independent of Great "That south Carolina, in the exercise of her and they may call it revolution, if they
pqualraghttojudgeroritself swell of infrao- Brisain; but independent of enoh other. ECAirdlyQ Hill AS All 11simpdfaddBE Inte. Add ed please; butif anything willavertwar, such,
#+asps deadl operstrearess.other Th ad eia at y ev d stakg ot sh, founsu hoon, own a seat co'ndubs..sd .with calances,

thingsagrm that-"The General Assem. other olause, in which it is said* 'om an-, nor ..os..ra.gn all.ns t.r rgr mann, in mosti-fabou, and decisive firmness, will beive
blyviewsthepowersofthe Federal Gov- "AndasfreeandindependentStates, they a ade d th dTde 1 on thateKeot. 153timeloveofpeace; try rise
are at JAJag fro til havefull power to levy war, conclude peace, for t$e auSiciency of the causes which may im, dread of war; by the jmpulses of honor and
m e compact, to contract alliances, establish comakerce, and to pdelher to each separation, she is ree usible duty; by the instincts of self-preservation;

sit totees ar par sea, as m ted by deallope a baded go which independent ionm g to i namet a1slfu opin- nod 15y considerations which must afeet,
t si th stra Thus each State is declared to be free and Mr. Cathoun holds* the following lan. sur weal or woe, the people of Virginia, let
men con totingh as compact).pa no furth- independent alike of Great Britain and of guage in relation to this subject: her strike for freedom and independence,

p onume di rehas rise ythe all her PolT asdtli ero r th t,86tatedas parttya t thatan oase of a deliberate, palpable od deolaran, that, with a firmuliance on i netTue 8a acjty hi she rasilie he on- There was a time in her history, when
dangerons exercise of other powers not the protection of Divine Providence, our inserted by-the mending per hish would Vtryinia, like the mother of the Granchi,
Emuted by said campact, she States who oncestors mutually pledged to each other radically chauge the character of to Constitu. whey asked for her jewills, could point to

d sies thereto, have the right anndtiaro o Tehta @ran I lanal 53i 6 e e5 eros r 8 n ad a M s e, atj se Er
ibe progress of the evilPand for an has been judicially d *1deod, i aid endeno be Atux of a sm 0 beu he par it Washington. Those sons of hers, when
Aug within their respective limits the au- TVare us. figton, 3 Dallas's Reports, page authority to which hey may appeal. That the they had spent their lives in achieving, and
flyprities; rights, and liberties appertaining 199. In re ering the opinion of the theior seassi ie 8 sto tune re ft then defeuding, her liberties, asked, no
go them he.,, t, dge fa: equally clear. Noris it less so that it would higher honor than that she would give
These resolutions constitute the basis of **d doom tbo political ereed of the Demooratic party; joint in collective capacity, were audepen- necessarily from the nature of a compact be- beeQproud of another son, whom she gave
and that party in its Colivention in Cincen- and sat a into that each of them was an inde- tween sovereign parties-" to the nation as the commander in chief of
matf in 1860, adopted theat in the follow. That is, that each of them had a right to Is not this correct reasoning ? If the its armies. That son I, together with her
a
ing resplation: govern itself by its own authority, and its remia adare tr ,6how can theMoonejuaio representatives in the Legislature, in her
o
Theethe Demooratio party will faithian own lawe, without any control from aq United States Senate in 1888, under the name, have honored with a sword for his l
'* 7 aspdol principle laid down la pther power on earth. leadership of Daniel Webater, conceded brilhant achievements-in arms. Little did
a res 4tfour of 1794, f'his, then, is the true charaqibr sof $150 ##9 Aptreetqeasef phis reaspt)1a 4nd the Ithink, Ji)sle did Virgini4 6hink, that that


ts~


swToMga iom binsto be de singa sad or laws, free@ St es, tduough salo
'of her own blue hills, in sight or al a tgmb possible, a.programe of adjustment /to b
e
of Washington, is this ungrateful son plan- submined to the other States as..coulusive
ning his campaign, and planting his 1,at- of due whole matter. Should yhey agree
series for her subjagatiOD. Abil (110pgth their 70001810008410138, would most probs
she must weepover the ingratitude of her bly be adopted by the other-Bastes and be
parrieldal son, the more because of her incorporated moto the constitution and
pride in the glory of his past renown, yets placed on a footing of apatterable compact
emulating the firmness of the old Roma If they will not agree, then the eoneInsion
fathers, she will discard him forever froy zis clear that the rest6ration of peace an
her bosom, and vindicate in his sacrifice concord has becomeimpossible.
the majesty of her supreine law-the law 2nd. All other efforts having failed
ofStatesovereignty and State allegiance." then air a dernier resort, he suggests,

Ex-'P silent John le upon 000 usion of al el IBoucherp 88tates nd

He Discus -8 the ellects following from situation guarantees, going not one ions be
yond what strict Justee and ihe neourit
e he t ado? the t con at ng of the South require; adopt the Constion
II tion of the United ERates sois now is, an
condarion in which Web w thdraw 11 wonitl give a broad invitatidi to th1 oth r state
he remainly Sales on the Gourf to on r ouriInish, with th Pold Hag Syin
L. .7 over one audall.

1 une" ro the nature an abaracLer of he g
is id 8 00060 listed Gov rDuent" re- OD. 8. 1 AI.bGRT, -688 bqen- sp


able la I la via e twin(i ear, Dk.0
drawn betwearre'St su rebellion and BDJ REBIGHATIOWgillagspha
portion of the people of that 8tare-nor It eEurds us pkasure seeme that Lient
BS distinction be attempted between a R. G. Gogs, late of the U. S. Army, has
overnmens a ours, were powers am tendered hisresignatietiesthe government
granted and powered reaersed, and an abso- Lieut. COLE, abbough *001. & Datite, ha
late d liam. Iling been a calizen 4/f,*Florida, and bu
if the Government is consolidated la she nobly and patriotically t*ast-his formales a
n
extent of its powers it is supreme, and re 4
to its authority the same seale with those of his adopted
d
sistahe Constitwhion he t ,oe ea to ro- State. We learn that his resignation wa
s
7 P dated the 10th inst, the da tipon which
vide a redress for grievances, is unavailable Florida mtde her Declaration of *Indepen
against an immoveable sectiootljplajority.
The Supreme Court on ive no remedy dence. We have.manediate and preliging
5 need of such men, and express the liope
in asectional confilot, its decisions would that the Executive all Ine no tune in a
)
carry no ree a ag Wi em. ? Once securing to de it to the valuable
The position that thisGovernment is a services of Lieut: Cor.E.
consol d Geo Preo e the A etd .

fooxatuthhting
canpeople, but momentarily revived by Patriotism andoi1r Ladies.
Gen. Jackson's proclamation (a paper 31a. EDITOR:-JC is With Beartfol
t
which contradicted all the expressed op- thanks, that we rethril &6? aelcoowledge
inions of his previous and subsequent life) ments,.to the kind and generous donors fo
r
representing one still lingering among the many st irellfirmished and benanned full
y
ruins and fragments of antiquieted ideas. It discussed Breakfads and d oner while on
is contradicted by th/ name~ given the ourPost at "Port tilariciz.' Thahirdevor
s
Government in its baptism. It was then alightas thef may .appear to the well-fed
called the Federal Government, ed as. Citizen who sits stilf6 Mamily fire-side t
o
ach is known to the world, a name per- diseusehis morning miz( is to the wear
y
tanning only to a league, to a compact or soldier, who has performed his tour of dut
y
polkical partnership among states. during the Hours of the dark, damp, and
The Federal Legisinture is composedin impenetrable gloomof the night, asil har-
the Senate of the representatives of States bigger of ight and gladness for what is 1
0
equ IB righfs an# paWars. 00me-if We are but f..ghful go old carpsq,
The articles of confederation were sne- and Mr. EDPPOR, Wil0 are thusP Khat obeer
ceded by the present confederation-an us*on, Hoinan kind Woman, the ever
improvement only upop the old one. Up- bright and shiiaing star in inan's e2tistance
on this point he refeni to the preamble to abe to whom, all the higher and nobler
certainresolutious recently adopted by the thoughts in our existance is attributable
,
people of Botetourt drawn by Judge.Allen and she to whom all the kindness in our
of Virginia. This preamble gives a lucid nature aladqld be ez L.-uged. May God's
and unanswerable expcsition ofthe history blesalogs auend the n.


4 CONFEDERATIVE REPUBLIC, looxxonverrED.( 4,
FOUNDED IN A COMPACT TO Mn. Ekrom: I feel assured that you
WHICH THE STATES LEE PAR. will not refuse a place in your columns to
TIES. That some of the States-Virginia these by lines, in complignentary recogni-
amon ihem-more cautious than the resh, tion of the gallant condshot of the corpe of
a eco panied their ratification with a de- Independent Blues and the Artillery com-
elaration of the RJGHT TO RESUME pany, now occupying Fort Marion for the
THE POWERS, granted for die: peace protection of St Augustind/
and b iness of all- n their bef a I besinate nor. to say to these GGale-
app upo ag b
abused; and Gen. Washington, President men, so to name of the ladica of4he Convention, Tn his valedietorjr to that sheir nobleself-asuritsoeof cornfo I and
theptopk indicates theapgirdsapa\onthat inatiringrigilanceby right and byday,
the Gove.ranstra would fal0asander, not by in sunshine oratory, and choir ready com-
py treasonable conduct of his country, pliance to Ehe requisitions of strict milita.
Inco, but by the withdrawal of Use States, ry disolp!ine so necessary-as this monies
legitimuely and properly. It would bein tuous crisis, are gratefully appreciate.
retrograde movement, indeed,1f sing State. But while tendering these efervessons,
should be constrained to a .inue in a though sincere w6knowledgmentiry in ad-
Union it abhorred, son with any sister citizen ofSt. Augustine,
Whilst the old world is reforman its it is gratifying tolears the the State will
5 k
political doesrines, we would be retrogra- me e rhem weighry in a more enhatantial
ding to use exploded doctrine of absolu- manner, ann is well known that inauy
ties in Government. .\f we cannos tiva to- samoqg- our gaManf...4pfpader ,,)eye no
gather, let as parr, isE.peace. IIS.Iis .ep- of.her dependalso illilub 9tprd
posedup Congleasiodl interference with earned pingloa" he to sup rc
the Terrisones. Opde own law of climate themselveeand their en. In their
he says has regulated the matte and let devotion to the cause of lurida they have
the children of earthly wisdom us as they walJingly anarillaed self on the afrat of
mth it will continue to do so. patriotism, and unanings)ydesponding to
The Minority States esn do but little the bngle notes attheir State, have harried
morethap suggest; the majority stated tothepoptof danger, ready to spel the
hold ini their hands the fate of the Union, threatened Invassop of a misguided North-
He would not have Virginia to linger by ern annu otion, and conquer or die in
the way @149, but to be prompt and decis- defence of honor, of prinoiple, of home

tbando i veSh heannot beplto andMof altar.Wd of Joatiae prosdds the
herself in position. Her destiny for good Eih eouscamp:q and strengthen the arms
or for ill is with the South. She was the are defendors. R. P.
Bag ship of the revolution, and should aggh, In addition to her other arms, time
have "apringe.upon her tables,.and her q
broadside to." He suggests pound a.heig purchased 28 riled
1st. That the Legislature without delay,
and without interference with the call of ..0 us rous on Busanass. -The stral piece
convention, might inaugaratai a meeting orconumenial me ey comedan has counary here
f the border 8taths of Delaware, Mary- ff,'"". "' agan a men 51. dy .own
and, Virginia, Kentneky, Tennessee, and truly remarlie, if line p(ophershedslerent set-
Missouri, Slave States; and New-Jergy, esons at no a trCo I 4 wed u...4 0, use
Pennsylvania, Ohio, ladiallik Maoje, and now see on the werge otdetrao on.


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nesday's and Saturday's at 8 A. I Northern
mail closes Monday's and Thursday t.9 P. M
TheSouthernmail flue Tues4a and Fri-



Daily Exqeot Sunday's from (11 M. to 12
M. and fkom 3 P, 191. to 5 P. M.
Sunday's the OiRoo will be ppen o 60 hour for
delivery after themailis distributed
L. ANDREU M.
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CHANCE OF SCH D .

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FOR CHARLESTON, B. C. -

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THE SUPERIGH SEA STIi MERS


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Oile@*
IX Mont a see thO Un nod wilt
S,,...noi'I'W.........3"La.....
therudge of Probate of st. Jafans county as
Executor of thd Estale of LADESLADAR YES
late of said County deceased, and at the same
,time and place ask for his disohorg NiVA
.7 51861 E. B.E to
anuary xecu r*



EGROES wrarated to work at the turpentine
business, for whlob the Subscriber will
pisy liberal price by the Month or Year.
B. GARDNER,
Doo. 20 1800 Alaginolia, Fla.


*

A""" ndebtedtotheEstateof8ARAH
le..,,. ..1 uq.r ,ms / 22.
,n ni s.=. II e U.. regr es Ami so pea
Idas.ng cla m 2c.us 5.:4 rotate5 ar requar
rs =.1 sent re.>.11j .rp( 6,',

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On tacon ple ion rail contr ots 1. r urveys
heretofore made..
.TitQUEE N AlelNDISH, Chai/RaRD.
I







8 HStine E. Fla.
8 9
N. AFY, PrOprietor.

IEEh8u scriberh the leSEllretOR HDn
dergone improvements calculated to render it
e haecro ez or deirnamero hguP 0
oi ge as well as peculiaily attractive to new-
are r rr., sM . .I don n
.1. r n 2 / $?!.! / ... ,apr. :r 1...
pletely with the best and most elegant furn ture
so ed by him I e is hNaewie o


e 1 H3 1 t us-
ly situated enjoying a cimeral locationn in the
City, and at the same time commanding
sh bl rn an is ur real4rge

and providelyith fire places; the house is
edenith 23nd ts four in ..r
furnish eight
J her. ..ful promenedeeven^
lu heeph.... n.Isranig....Jenart...war
..u, use.. al.autar3 .and Isus a or HalE Chau ala

1 so a o ..er.ed oth
The Servants in attendance will be found
polite, civil and ittlentive to nH coup.
the Eroprietor devotes his time and efforts
exhis.'is.-i.. c.s..l us.....its qi, .0 enl...rwe .1.0
cou.a. r .1uy ..os .uk ad.b 1.1 r me.. Inshi co
=sun.ki to 1. 5 house, he trusts to merit its
courmunnae. oU 8m


SIAFC OF FLORiv.5,LN CIRCUITCOtillT,

Abyshour Pr QIENS COUl Rachael Pretto
'78. IrCHANosnT.
o 1. )

ad a 1 ab e tra
d rr n nap rn a ther



.p /i.n J.
E umr
has ou.erns a he said B11t-r Lak.-n pro one.
"senn bi ly he id w non a be
.ome E.ew.pnpen primed simin the Leetern
Carsu.at oL 10 pursuance of the statute
B. A. PDTN.LM, Judge.

by ta an 4 a
of lille and Re and all its1:500181E
0 ren uraner my hand and the seal of said
Court so #0. Augu.ause .4 sad e.,auty
shas 7 da or .ia.v. .1 U IPol

me, '" %k\


r. r. p.r...r..tas or deleter.o.u subunces la
. r. an unily pure and ine flat.>red qu.J.Ly ci
wauxe.y.
JAMESR.CHILTON,
4, /.,liarical mist
adoeaCchunnies son ysi e
proves tobe free from the heavy Fasil Oile, and "
core th yehi y rda no ehe it '
usedin manAufa to i R ah syer, "
No. 16, Boylaton Street. **
For Sale by B. E. CARR, "
ST. AUGUSTINE, "
sort.s,2sso. 2,
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4. ADKINS, a mmand r,
fl leave ferrr.ra-J.na every Tuesday.
oro.:5 /so ri 0
f r. In I flou.J. she 9..vor.n th firal I ad.
1 e.r a 0.< ru e N. (

Fr ir to dt on, per bag or bale.t
do e8n eer oG .[ onvills
8 oents, toP(colataand Paldrks 9 ceitte Grain
,$8 kin li wis redue e et liis 8 s
FreightSOOilBideithbiflOWBred.TAYdR
Agent, Fernalidina
Dec. 22 1850H Lt.CIIIS le o ,t

SIEERIZ'lif5 SALE.


mesman.n he En rean of I a as
red.r .u an-Ju in sun. 8.
j nR F. ,Si
r 6, B car I cour.ry E un u M..nd y

a a
la us
in said Brevard county granted thidsmue.
nhthe 80 sy of Jit 1813and mattrm-
The above sale is postponed I.ral.I use 1st
J
a r ...1. .c. pealpoueu mqill the feel
1untR trit
n"ile la preations far"
d 3,e postponed until the first
Monda iuAuguss postlinked until ) first
Monday in September next. a .
The above salers posopened x.r.Lil .0 la.:'
'"' '" "cr.^'"' "
r ...ewomas se sse...rpened until the fast
M n aa .ir erpose ened u il the fits

M d by a emi rp x ned until the first
mandy .0 Januar nest : re
Moll e b w a e .* pian1oned unid he first
Eno sta-wearalent, perpened unul a fast
Mur.ues us March non,..r poDed IsDEli I to fil BL
Monday .0 Ap. I near.

m day ,Ms neir. pomponed unit like first
lies abows sale la pealponed um.1 use list
1 o enaei poupone-l unni she first

nje ni apanent usat 1 the AM


a no er top ned unal be that
pond ungd abo star
Be abowe one Le pentponed unnig)ahe first
M rado be]dh no a postponed unrit thp forms
Morasy in Januay is I
ydae abows sale in pomponed umil rise Bral
Monday m February.

4,,.ch fills idn she mB v 4 omy.

& AfI g.,
tal[Mm





O irtue no the sale of some of th bear ar.4
n.unt elegnati, shamarated Wursupunitated
our pubstmasons are at use most so6ar..I.rag
character, adapted to us. name of the Farrier,
Meekenseand blerousnt; they are paylalued in
thabett ELylaund knellDd to ab6moot6ubeanals..I
n..nner, and are soon.y a .La und.e Library
on every 11ubE.Elaid a LD@ Rhd.
a Tomenof enterprise and industs.aur,
habits, this business offers as opppruar.gs lor
profstable employment seldomto be met wzth.
8iip* Persons desiring to set as agents will
recei prdompd by mailfullparticulars, terms'

No. 22 As B cE 5 rCe P 1 hia.

KING'S MOUNTAlpT MILITARy
80HOOL,


o anate

Or G110, Spran., Ptte E.rd, and Swellungs opers
ti.,rast n was no equal. Alo person wall 1.*
s..u.esar at wise he once Leased the s.Jue **.6.4
with relerence to due genount estimaton or me
blunar.g Linkmank I canakeenally any that no
aruale ever pedermed so mSh} LULen A Od."
neighborhoodnesid.i. L W. SMITH, Rd;r-
fa Um." A @, Hydeyk P
wnses, **Last size kbrB0 Was Cognedured we th.
leas.(hisandbwas spatiley, Imbilidae that.< use
of the AlmLaug Luumorst 1 Imwe said ham sur
I'loo hear saniment .. dosug wonder. p


genuine Hustaug is so by all respectable
salers throughout the world.
BARNES & FAR Proprietors, New-fork





o trane a r an a naring. The
Nov. 18, 180Q. G. talBBS.

ItJS Dales Urain brops Book Osady. Ae.ae
M. I, QAAA
Apr#, --4800, (


,. Inland Route
FOR He
CHA B. LEST 041!?, B. O*

Picolata, Jacksonville and all Landings
on the Rivers Fethandina Fla. Sa-
Watanah Ga 71 and Beas-

THE SUPERIOR IRON STEAM

PACKET.






CAPTAIN, TENN PECK.
Will leave Palatka every Monday night at 12

je Picolataevery Tuesday nightat 2
Will e Ja sonvilleevery Tuesday night
Will leave FernandinaeveryTuesdaynighlat
2 o .0 avannah every Wednesday night
lo'clockP. M.
RETUR}TING

SE 11Icrq CL..gri5egf C Enn.rday So'clocl"
ARRIVINg .
At Palalka Fla.3fonday Ev

Sept. 1, 18(50 TEASD REID

. FliVate Bording.
----il$-------
A few on %s can Ins 080
Rooms, fuel, lights and some-
thing Substantial by calling on
thethbaciiberCornerefTretary
1)ec. 8 1880.

INPECTINg,

8 ?$1811 BYOf .

A adB ieouen ea n 1 r
m y we rug t rn n e n



perd=>< .. rises of.ne --
man in I r. .war n at Ac.ul :. at ng

thouglain cedulousanostewarigapherimplied
and alan.- m sti1e r. na. n s.
malessonscompu nu,
On arches uivestigation he found shru the
b are.ards attribuled 1911miracklous power, fund
st our ..se w ,3
Ivaulkm141gageret of he preparalloD, 800 as*
Hamed wherulbedaidioursallattraWareland,
"h" E*,at man e:-upearaded. Ibe wors*Jerial
rtues on the r ruole have andhood hall Lee-




n use mass an usubed passe Tr.... remed
had p.rsres, for use prevason and are of Fear
send .1gue rand Bthous fevers-u. now oliered
to use arteenpeople.
11 w be sea .by m.ul, prepaid, wirts ful
-tree. na foruse.oracewaps as use dair...
I ItQ s al15mpul Add LibEDdfimor4, [$.4 ak#1R
as huminess. Va. Brunes.inue, manic on unm-
sc.esee builder.g. N.w lors. Addams.
JOHN IV LLCO.1 a 4.e.
July141860 17.

JUST RECEIVED. .
PAULDING'S prepared Ghte, for immediate
use, Choice e ots for ifavoring, vb

rMy o a a 1 co ei is
8ders Co pess pa mov8e acaator Oil,
Sept. 15. B. J, CAliR.

PAINTS AND OILS. ~
INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentine
Zine Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass,
Putty, Chrome Green, Chrople Yellow, Qhrome
Red, Penesian Blue, Paint brushes.
#*}8. A Bz 4 .043;


'theC 1teepo on a referred
the subject of abolishing certain oSoes in
thia State, mildo the following report:
That the several laspectors\omaes, the
Surveyor.General's oSee, the Boats and
hands at the several Custom flouson, the
Navy Agent's office at Pensacola, and the
oSoes of four Timber Agents, and the In"


all the papers and things appertaining to
the oMee of Surveyor-General be turned
or to the Re ister of Public lands at St.
or g
Augustine. Your Cointilittea therefore re'
conimend the ad--pt.. s. of the following Or-

d 'pg gake he (Ag p.*,ple of f State
ofFlorida 'lime, die SiirveyorGeneral's,
abe situral Inspectora' olBees, = he licate
aed Ip.nds at al.., -.e.cr.1 I'a-s.>u. Houses,
the Navy .lger.u's c.15.e at 1 rest.auln, and

a up v yr pc
of Pala ka be abolished.
0 ed hall,


)

0.W.

Theenterprisingproprielor of


has rnished the commud a StimulantPure,
Healthful and Invigotating, at the same time a
milil delicious beverage. It is calculated to do
away with the vile druggedatuff that is palmed
off on the community, and whichis injurious to
2a 6 $ arece oitPo the certilicat

o3ote e a 'so
purity.
clineracess.
Philadelphirl.Lispt. Wh, I 8
We have carefully tested asseenample of -
sI r .3, a e ne33e = Su
so.> ir. unous agr...Alant as she whiskey n
genera use.


Texas.Deaidedlyfor Seaelision*
New Oilla..tma, Jan. 27 -The rc turns
fromTexarpLhan far received indicate an
eveiwhelmingmajorityan favor of neces
steam

Seeded.
4 Throm Roses, Jan. 26.-11, tied ilate
Oggrention to-day, at ten minute post one
o'clooli, the following was declared to be
tree r allof the vote bit ,the adoption of

heb rd as f anansediate usea&toD*

The 8 Yppy A station inBOBton.
150toroN, January .0 -The anti-slavery
"" "',1"'i'^d itendedikharo ,ana

The populace hands a desisonstraion annual
Woodell Eballip-, but is was r.uppread
The Mayor has forbidden the reassemble .,
el the Convebtson. "

COgnition Brit@h Govern"
}nentofSouthernIndependence.
TOBoltTO, January $#.-The leader
anaculices positively that the British Gov-
ernmentisitends to acknowledge the i de-
pendenevof the Southern Confederacyas
sounas it la losual. 0

Destinationofthe BrookI rn.

fo o hasm n do ie late i
steam This is considered as aunihilating all hopes
ofpeace. ge sailing of the *Brooklyse
wap the result of a mulerduce between
Gen. u and L'eums.:.dure drewant
The news- rac.use ini.e..t. Indignatioil
ong Southern damn in Washington. The
sentabem Bolversul among them it th I
no silne should be 1. as in ta. ius Fors. Pick-
ens. 4 4

From Washington.

na ad a a resor g ri
t.o c esiance ouldd g ps nee u



Trom Florida-Fort P.ckene1nvested

Pv.nsA LA Jun 'uluushinda
have been mountedon Fort Barancess, and
* the lone star flag"was saluted. Fort Peak-
ene:e bems suv.aced by LLeallied80m.hero
Broops.


a 9, Son posed
a appropflaLl0g8 DJ 011 VB lor
the deleuce or also State, unb an amend-
grear'try the House 01 a resolunon to co-
a tine er assa ners between Barre

a


a ni sange hae been trAD8mitted t6 the
lature.-It is one0mpromibingly in
favor of secession.

@80. SCott.
MIVIEasal of Visalma, .Ian, IS*
IS6 -Geri. 8eott was burnt 6as might
in gy, by the students, amid repeated
cheers for Toombp and thq seceding idt.ates,
and groans for gajor Anderson. A card
a placed over the eiligy, on which was
i'WINFIELD SCOTT,
onld-be

When pg we named
the studenra remed without alauifeati
oft es<, men by rioting--be is said to

Woo."-How tow are aware or the origin of
the word"boo!"-often need to frighten child-
rea.. 141@ a corruption afBoh, the name of a
others Gothio General, the son ofOdin, the men-
afon of whose same sprealks peale anag the
sweates


DI. L TiiLEC


Nv 8 s ,


? R -

g,


E. R. IVES, Captann,

flLW erive Di. Hartridge's Wharfd Jac
luesdays. tr.R., ,.0.3 Sunday For Paintia
andIntermes..neLanditigs
RE.TUILNING.
.ZilllearePalarakaaspaisdMeleak.A. 5*, an
AtoadaysWesteagaingagpadt14nplays.
ioUGUING AT181ERKEDIATE BLINDING

St. \da. j.ng aPalkjh go p
Trip, ars.1 N.pe 1 M n El e Dawn Tr.p
Will also make regular weekly trps to Mid.
41eburg and intermediate landingli, leaving
'racksonvilleevery Thursday Morning at six,
of filetur ngartme day Jacks aviRev
nLl Ei{ Ilit1, I..:olaLa.
0. I UT LL. Painj>.*ol.
'1' J BR INNiNG, Minollaburg.
Nov.8 large. ]F

BEND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF



ILLUSTRATED


LA DY'S NR W 8-

PAPER.
THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISH
TD iN TH.E oldlTLDSTATES.
Speelman members sent, poor.-paid, on the re
news ein que satamp.
J II. BRY.I M & CO.,
at Bouth Third Streer
Nov 8. Pu tadelphir., PA



R YE FL OUR, BFOK WHS.4 2 -




For Sale AI, E. CARRY.
Sept 23-1860.

L LNEEI'S, DEDS. BEDDINO. BOLSTERS
Path.wa, Her and Moss Matres.use D,--J-
Bdr Tables, <'h Wa.I.
steads, enus can stand"
Lamps niUg 2&$ 5,o OObugU
]tssok R on g a
Feath Hair Mose.
* NoveT7. B: E.,CARR

J. V. liernandez.

ME It CHA IG T TAIC 0 R ,

e et t fogdd i hh
out j a r, In a most fashionable and
December 1 186t).

CR EAT CURIOS#Y.
Ehese one ofthe greatestouriosities and
most valuable Inventions in the known
I a so tract agents everywhere.
SHAW & CLARK, Addefbrd, Maine.
97. 3 18410. St


Y rartare of a wrn of Enounon to me di-
reored and glehtered issuing out of the
4..nearts Court of the Coursty of St. Jobs a in the
Asseen Guesses of Florida bour.rag date 5thof
hosemben 1800 whensic. Enarmy Walisins, ad-
IDELralm 0( W. 8 Olushadefthed, [Giled
nee of uses.Lina Kell sue as Alan 8 Rolf 111
PlasmitIand Samuel H Kni..m-s fa 15@(.radant
Ihave loved upon and shut was as pubsa sale
opthe Arst Monday offeberary next an front
of theCourtJiouse at Enterprize m the County
oluals the allowing described parcelofland

es*IAll % certain tract ofl1sa b ing e Nor
Halifax River known as the Williams Grant in
T. 15, S Ranges 82 arid 88 being lots Numbered

b 43. o ob3 n oAn 1
two tots isontaining together re

January 5, 1881. sheritr of volusia county.


PVENITUREl FITRWITURI.t
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,


De rest& 'hyl
OF,
(90 ly @ DEdBAAS,)
... u n. ar.=- v.,a.
74ssa earaklishm is IIts stories in height. and
essendealterialaroughollio.U6Christiesirees,



,theFulled Ellane .
they are prepared to ofer pens inducemem-p
a he85Flash suse Isade, lur Casa or base.-
on courses, in part, of
Rosewood,
Mahogany,

PARLoR AND cut diR
WITEIRE.
as,,o. CallE and WOOD $War work. all qual.-
lies, II.uB, IInst and Srmso Har*ranness. a
ar a ...w.-Ld, saline n di Missa Punstruan,

Jenny Lladband Extenslea Post
J


6 18 Ch @AV$ "






( 0 Eld'

SOUTECAROLINA,


FLORIDA.
GEORGIA.
OURAMA.
.
Mr. Tyler Charges the President with

TV1smNorollad D 6 H BRd0p.
*atootherethisEx-PresidentTylercharges
, President Buchanan wh'. bad faith an
nondang Use Brashlyn South with troops on
.the same day of their interview, when he

reBuabaman) pledgedhimself to pro-
Mr. Tyldr thidl this notionian the-part
.eP@ntwl I senalinare, the object


* Nor unarkoud to ruic ilosran Feasu.I "
can our or assin uos.ne to ou:.



Co-star 8"
(Mater s" Rar, Roach.&c.Externnns-

COBtar's"
Costar'a" Bhd-bug Exterminator,
Costar's"
O Electria POWder., Abr In-

DESTROYd INETANW.Y
a Roachee-Mice---Moles--Wound Mice-.
... <"si v aW. L .
n at iri. ere.y form c.r.d speases at




0Yearsestablished in Ner Tork City-used
, we the c.ry lions.orree--a..\car Pr;so...
no surror. Hound-the City Siernmers, Sings,
c.-*he C.ay Hot.= 0 rNicholas.


ilip' Drugests and 46taders everywhere sell
2em.
ii@@ Wholesial ;&gents in all the large Ofties
no fowns.
if#"! !BEwan'2I atspurious 1malarious
tip" SI, O Sample Bozes son by Mad,
igg*,Addresas.cqi.ra-othr" sularr.e.Bpa-
ard'A*
litaNRY R, OOSTAR,1'mseless Daret,

.Id2BnoADwAY,(OppositoSt.NichylaeHotel;)
E
SOLD BY B. E. CAltli,
Gky 19-1810. Say.
...



50 ORARLOTTE STREET.
am now prepared to offer to lity cilB fribuds
oftimisAncienicityand8t. Okas p Lya
o i f a or city -
ptances at sixty and names; .ar ye are a nuk
edendorsers 0 eak won
mpily ranenced a anu rses meanad atte
,] 0

Lb to a I e


..


f FrenchbroadC
JMsa Clodia, Sati nee aK. .1
end Clous, Fancy cas.umers, Clou.,
nza ak col a, 11g dand ekeen,

., unlahass Blankets, Negro ersey, Mar.-

0 a oEn m
ugshh Lamblace, KodILBA AL6if 4885&
,w .


n
I us on of i ee
FRIllity flORF. mi.., of which the drincipals are
grouuates. A Cluesical course added. For
A El q 4 r yExtratfor 9 3 e full information yJ1NKINS.
only 6 blio. Repasining. E. CARR. Cars. A. CQWARD. rincip .
agg, *,>...1860. Decemb4r 1 1860, ,, Mr.


(YORKYELE, S C.








Prospeatuaof the Daily and Weekly

aW 8UORObserve.E THE PRO*
of our city from this date, and each


a dai in this eity, slant we find it
absol necessa to commence the pub"
location theDA LYOBBERVER ON

E
loof the fa 11 atta181
All te interests and whatever will add
to the resperity of our young sad growing
State will receive due attention.

In I lotm3bneautiful andonTt
policitude
144 it be distinctly understood that $1Le
OBSERVER will always contain the very

try.\ 'tt*,'"i."Z"'",o' ""it
panty for the family cirele. Particular
attentiatewillbe given to matters and things
000 ornag in Alabama and Florida.
TERMS
DAB.70BSERYER 5'
WILEI.E.7 -5
um at United States
4,.nom:,*
*


~IWIE~CltruU.~Prt,:~a~e~~;l4~i~C*k-i~j


No God
th.rch lil-18tKI

.seasss.co.
"RATs opxa our or as notars To a s.



"Costar's"
"Cos 8" AtRon & M
^
"Gostar'a"
ostar's Bed-bug Exterminator
ostar's
"Costar'a" Electria Powder,. For In
sects, &.e.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY .
Rats,--R.machint-Mice- kirder--firelltid lik -
Bed Bugs--Ants-Mothe---Mosquitedir---lglesa
susnes on 1 nts ? animal, &c., &+.---


8 O
10 Years establishment New Yprk City---tasd
by the the City Pass-t.*Ihee-shi City Praeouse
so-s at.a..>n lio*ne-Ene C.Ey beenn.ere. Ba.,pt,
>.-si., tury u..iest **.4:Ear St Nichols..
&-:.-*.ul by male Israe -20,000 pra fams,

Stir Druggists and Re.ailers everwhire well
them:
IllijP Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities
and Towns.

I.u 1 imithions.
Keiip .1 Juness.,r.Jer.5--or fu* Carnalar to Dea-
lers" to
IIENRYR.COMAR Parmoiral. Darer,

s."E amonwax. or .a.ms.xs.
SOLD BY B. E. CARR
May is--isco. am




50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
"P" *** *=A
on El.... Az. untr.n y and 50 Jointis c. unty a
1 ples.*I.uassesunent orindirandwaterdr}
to inst sury inw pr.Les fo[ chain or c.ay ..a.
reput.a--s may raud nin I; days u.ed = set.
app r as..] .J..r er .I. His tr.,m any tower.r.4
friends accompanied with the cash will be
promptly attended to with great care and atten,
eion to give entiz% sistisfaction tb the purchaser
My country friends may rely upon it.ifthey
..na ...... or ar, e..a.,s.n ,,,,0 be
&"'"&''. ',""" "'"'"' 0""*
adiumet a r \
You have here a liet of a few of my large go .
sortment of gooda. '*
par to ons
.... ..... en..es.......s <,.0,, Doe aba Cs..(
name ra, Paint L sun., Saur.elm read ii. Jobs..
15 *1 4.160., fancy (assur.ers, Ladler. Clas.,
)]. ra.... uI all cases, E agared as*J plans lielanes,
s.. morniser negro buanxete, Lnglash Mr..
..: ".1.2,.22, $.'.3.%".'?' C.E
.11ern... us..N. assa.12, 182.0) CIvesha Maurn ag
pelains, Gents Merino AsifRose, G and
English Cambrica, Red and WhitePlannele,
T. NELSON
Nov.

x.= man...., use, .

,i'29.$:idi??'
sorts, 80s its.enna, Durns, Brmnes, dull Jun.as,
..means, spr.u., Pol. E.ni, And $180@6 Up6B
Horses, n ha.6 no equal. No person wth he
mistaunt n she ha. use tested its value. *:And
wants rrIsrerace to me geneaal esumanuen of the
unsting Linus.con, I 0..8 eneerially say shot usa
,,,,,.ne ver seenwar..a .. ==....> ease. n, our
ninghbortgaGGB60sle. L W. abillH, R.dge-
,.as, es...." e. Usarea,189, Hyde parts, It.,
writes, "that the hogeq wasoonsidered worth-
le-- *,py pg,-gi= .,but dM r

re S"ur adht its doug under. up
day. 2'he half is no} tolR Overy fm
.>. a says is a-* *****-- a
genuine Mgstang is sold by all respectable
1116;,I""i.,,,, s...v.,



N the street by a Servant a gold ring. The
owner can obtain it by calling on.
e. c. GIBBs.
Nov. 18, 1860.

IGBDaldsQumDropsbe o .4
App {...*1864 <


I


PAILS,
PAILS.
FLUID, BROOMS,
CAMPHINE,

DATES, JELLIES, CANDLES,
AND FIGS, PRESERVES
J. E. CARE.
Jan. 7

) -
FALL 'FASHIONS ARE OUT.
Brokeloosecarryingaway
the spare change like a
merciless shownian every
body must have a new Hat i le
0 dst vi inZiltsm."R UK, 2
; "": otg?"nt:211'e'...,E i
Brims, Short Brims, Round Brims and no
Brims at all, Beaver Casimer Plush and velvet
i"fig"i"fi" eafon""six earbrere nty
and Tip Topishin fact every thiqg ever worn
from Noah's day down to thy of the plan pho
alwayseleptisthisham, 8,taurr..t...,s lo**
Nov. 12. T NEL <.rN$


HAVANA

9
e


N R. OGER Q ,
(BENET'B 00RNES )
AS onhanAeveryleadingBrandof the day
G ve him a onlland examinefer yourselves
need.
t
-
MEROHANT TAILOR.
WOULD respectfully inform his friends
dPth bHea ejweaUy, thatPep= gy;
"T','d, a 5 sm yy & g selBe gg
thell108tfRBilionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, blackDpe
Skly and Fancy Cassimers, Yestings, Neck
nTil ders executed in the best style of work-
quaniship, for cash only.

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
800 Aeres situated about6 miles from at.
Augusline Fla.; ang one pile from boat
savigation. This trant (a heavily tim-
Upred with Live Oak fat for ship building, and
is adaptedto the cultivation ofany crops grown
in the southern country. Also 80 acres of Land
situlate4ca out Idmles ou rth8et Anus n*6
ap ly to F FERREIRA.
A


LMERIGAN AND FOREIGN.
8TEROSCOPICEMPORIUSI,



doors from the St. Nicholas J[otel.
The Stereescope is the most instructive, in-
erestingeutertainfng, amusing, and exciting


iger in H one n a n .
o intoei angletewithout it, sad itmust
h presents to your view .every part of the
world, in all the relief, boldness, perspective,,
andt.sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
Eu e ie rie8 Am ca es hplof 5
grand and the beautiful, and the results littheir
skill are constantly enriching on stock.
of eve hea8vinan usijme sed ari ga o 2 18
Witudian R e un H
Fontainbleau, Tailleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Cryinal
I'alace-also Groups Historical, amusing; mar-
rage scenes, breakfast scenes, ple.nics. etatu-
n.... 17. Ac An emia.hsite assurament of Ith,
reannied lurer.-ar.s .:-I gh.eer. Claunches. an.1
. ..11. .3= ed: el f rain.*e. iroi). se Ae 11.e ci-
leasill.cas aturant .34. <.<,le
Every gentleman of wealus and refused large


FURNITURE! PURNITURist
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

(ford H. PD

JcGRAAP,)
e.0711)OWERY.New York.

mT e to r
LARGEST FLTRHLTITRD HOUSES
in the United States,
They are pre ared to offer great inducements;
sed oles red ,d Coak or Time.-w.
Rosewood,
Itallogany -
silpd Walnut
PARLOR AND ORAMMER FUR*
MME.
Also, CAxis and WooD SEAT Work, all qil811s *
ties; Ham, lhtnt and4 Britxo blernmessa, a
large stock; ENAMELED CHARBER FURNATURE,
1 sets, from.$22 to $100.
Jenny Lind And Ealenalon Post
Bedisleads,
5 1 1 win. especially ten she Sopheon Trade,
. Jhur feediuse lor mannus surans dog som,


..





TE ONLY PORTEVE SANCHE SPEC no


em

flEVORE THE PEOPM
;_ BEFORE THE PEnvy


I rponey "trans-'
NT & JONES
,j, ]8F,0.

OCOI IIOUSE
AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
river 0 8ade a

built am newly fmmished. It is on the East
side of the St. Johns river sis miles above Pico-
Iata at the terinius of the St. Johns Rail Road
( tow being constructed) connecting this point
ith St. Augustine. A line of stages will leave
St. Augustine every Thursday for Toooiand.re-
rni Id oTecol every Friday until the
Applicants fer board will please apply to
E. T. PAINE, TocogFla.
Dec. 10 1859.
HealthandHappiness Beaured!
TOWNGMEN where suffering from the ef-
eats ofself-abuse, can be surelyandpermanen-
re oC b 94,4444 egy, J

A GERTAll(AND FOWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAK-
EESS OF THE
ER0CREATIVE ORGANS,
Itisyt-pated by
AM E3[IEENT PHYSICIAN OF TIllS CITTa
Anthat been known here as
ONLY REMEDY
a uralStateo calp m i r, sto
weakenedbyexcessorby .
5'811 INDISCRETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH.
This preparation is nota STIMULENT, but
A PURELY MEDICINAL REME.,
DY
Theadlictedareinvitqdkotryit.
IT WILL SURELY CURE.
Send for a circular first, resdit carefully, and
thenyourillsendforthemedicine.

Cook nOE PERil AO eOi 1Ew 101L An enth.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
a. onwoun, sonse,

IBroadway, W. Y.
ye r a

"QUACKERY EXPOSED."
A relasibleMedical Treatise ozi disease and
yeaknessoftheSEXUALORGANS, by
A BRIEND TO THE PEOPLE.
ForSaleasabove. Price12Gents.
Shouldbereadbyeverybody.
Seplamber 1, 1860, ly.

lififf YORK PTANOS.

*^
:T. H. CHAMBERS'
PIANO FORTES.
ESTABLISHED IN 1828
T.H. Chambers. Phano Manu- .
9
(FormerlyDubois&8todart, andDuboie,
Baeon & Chambers.)
Warerooms inthe "Bible House..
Odup. StillStreet & 4tla Avenne,
NEW YORK -CITY.
Thisissreliable place to putehase. Orders
2.-- by letter faithfully executed, and perfect satis-
faction ranteed
A BeSend for a circular, toith des@tiano,
if "i'"f "it? ""'": t s..


.0 n to men c.u ar.e.r.g. and one can aller
nee later "heart sea.'alend lead el she pain-
ble-rev irruards.necus Strr..nwpe Y;en-
are.ee..........,ms.......... a:...
taken in the fortieth part of a second, and evegy-
thing.no matter how rp did8it may be eving

e r 3tie i n
adds th chgrm of life yd motion. The pro-
caps is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orderefofAnthniny's Instantaneo Views of American life and scenery.
Among other things we have just published
ST (Illustrawnshe th 8 %om h
hearts feel an interest. The partieditre of this
will lie found in our catalogue.
Our attalogue of subjedes and prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Partiesatadistancesendingus$8, 95, $10,
$15, $20, Or $25 Can have a good iqBlfuplept
and such pictures qs they may request, son by

ne, (without instrument)
rePI lu boeT In IP ea aP dmf eteuT.t n
send us their alsatep to place on record, aind we
will keep them posted at our own expense.
Men of leisure will find Photography a most
fascientilnfound deMghtf amusemenebe ch g
necessary for their success together with in-
structious "Howtotake8tereoscopicPictures."
Importer and Manufactu o g phic
Ms a le laplscotpe)san stem coie s
country are respecifullyinvitedto make an ex-
amination of our stock, as our discosint to the
trade will be liberal.
To PInoteigra]pillers.-First class
"Those song, Pv .. ntedwill price
of Negative,
Mar. 3- 4ps'


Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or
Telegraph, fin dSon a ies on .

$8 Pear Street, N Y.
Kerossue is also to be obtained at the Alan-
ufacturers' Prigqs, of all the New York Whole-
sale proggists, Grocers, Campbene and Burn-
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealers in Lamps.
N. B.-KEROSENE is the trade-
mark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
person *r e. <.e. to r 2parist using the
said r..r a -r..r, .. ,r j oils.
Oct. 15. lim




Cheap Oods.


BUTTER,


eUJCKWHIEAT,


PORlk,


FISH,


PICKLES,

SUGAR,

SPICES,

TOBACCO

SOAP,


.FRUlTS,
CONFECTIONERIES,
05GARS,
P1PES,


I'OTA1S:II


0?DA,


THE NEWSPAPER OF THE
SOUTH.
The Glal'leSIOR MerCRry
jgives the Intestand most reliable political, com.
mercial and general news from all parts qfthe
world. Its special correspondents furnishby
WallaudTelegraphfulinndearly scoounts of
Everything of interest that transpires in the
great cities offnrope and America.

'{heltews of the South receives
spedal attention.
Politicallythp>IEROTTEYFeprdBOI1tStileitates
Bights resistance, element, and advocates the
union of obe Southern States in maintaining
their TI ury, 1 year in advan $10,00
-Weekly ... is e 6,00
greer.papr sent union II, cash egompengeq rhe
Nov. 10 186Q Gharlest C

GUAVA JELLY.
N Bozes. Olives, Cagers, Pickles, Mastard,
Red Pepper, French Chocolate, Irazona,
or at 1yhP erve j j y dd
.v. 17. B. )1. CABR


B. E. CAnRR


AND PERMA ,
A m m ,
AND PERMAN '
ANDPERMANENE
THAN ANT KNG N RFMEDY
TBAN REMKDY


T ST O PA
T ONE PACK
9
TEST ONE PACK 0
as a n war usuonish r
as ymor e or no mm w
agemp4etthe espealal and peonalary interest of al
For salein St. Augustive by
B. E. CARR
April 14-1860.

3 TS T.a 5 SE '

SYSPEPTIC REMEBY,
,
8688 JSpeptic

Remedy has the lar-

ee RHy Ine-

dicine in the world.
I 0 0, 000 packages
SOld in Georgia and
3
BOuth Carolina in
o
. 110UPie6BmOnths. It
*
18 warranted to

cure if directions
,
are IOllowed, any

case of Dyspepsia
ye egg
7 IS Op
-. -
Jaundice, taleneral

I)ebility, Palpita-
.
tion, Chronic Diare
rh
De dSpreSSO piritSt
.
JOSS of Appetite,

Pain in the Side and

gek. 1.t A special-
ly adapted to Fe-
IBhle COHiplaiBtS; it

y produces Rotund-
.
it/ Of FOFIR IR Fe-
IRRieS Of a Thin and

Spare flabit.

Every invalid
Should try one

Package.

a a .CO,
PROPRIETORS
863 Broadway, New York.
.
for A sq St. Aggraratiful
B E. CARR.
April 14--1880,
TOYSI S'O.YSI/

argdysriety of Toys for thetnMs


K EROSENEOILI
THENEWYORKKEROSE EOJLOO.

(EarAntranso 1854.)

now enabled to offerit to the Traduat
AR DUCED PRI0E.
The attention of customers is respectfully
I o a ee a ree n ot


TT
Fr,

Ymr 1978 Tanums,
4
wrra Law TRouns.g
WITH Lin no BId,


OR LTIANGE OF ISE






HORE SPEEDILY
nonse east

MORE 81EfDUT


EXTRAORDINARY BALE OF

GOLDPElOILS
6 0 LD LD 0 K ET $! -
AGoldPeacilwithGoldT'enattached,

GO In D OO KlE T,
rr es.oo.L
AN A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
wo=u was esoo o as.co
A FTERTwoYears'profitableexperiencein
it ourpresentmodeofdisposingotour Jew-
elry, &c., and from the universal satisfaction
given to all who have patronized our house, we
take pleasure in saying that we now consider
our businessfairlyand permanently established.
We wishit understood that this isNo Lottery,
but a for and legitimate sale, in which elich
v.....neans.vatmor 2is.,s......,i.
n ? h esp7in n t stem
chase, each person receives a Prepua of JPs
elry, less in value thou $2, audit may be worth
so, 0, 8, boof a so v soo'

war.,.. to i.e. ver... ..w wat er..
mium he will receive before sending his money.
AnyLady or Gentleman desiring one of the
As we article=, car. in, at 4 us she;r name and
..<,.................., s., wrent..r...ix
.st. ot, La'2ctand.0 Astratix 2
Prenunhr they are eptitled to. Thejroan then
have time privilege of seding for it if they
es..... _
Our plan, froni long experiortaq an the above
business, has given gener sausfandonmench
!

3 "ff "'
rI upon r g .4 varly dra w 18 so Lte..gh
I".......r....e s...
pers.n ser..hs.gus terner.>ur geolawal
n on Nuent as1Penter.J Premium, or Look-
e ural PI.-a...arn, Ir<*
For full gearts..ular..und for a Perm.Hand Pen
0 Le u.
as. )xt PremnaEast"abrLadit:s60sistriefer
a.=- sm. .--e...
Gentlemeil's Gold Anil Bilver Watch,
.. xa was an 4 as .

Watolf Keys,
Gold Shirt Studs-replain and with settings:
son more via.--new .es>., as ar...
Pins, Gold Rings, &S go. ,
ron taxes,

I'""'at!"oft' "'ti'?"con.1 "ti8g a
o a1r G el Idd rGo to Gold 81e vq
Also, Pianos, Melodeons, Musical Boxes, Ac-
cordeons, &c. Ro*
Unexceptionable references pren honever
re7tired.
State, ( In saennddi gdour n on t av
mi d plainl
lessers aas0 TH o

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