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 9, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00226
Source Institution: University of Florida
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EQUALITY IN T EU ION AND NOTHIllTG LESS.

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ff.gagustince.)-mainer

gitiBKalSHEDEVERYSATETRDAY

at ..
lig85llHe, $L JOlill'SLO..FI
as -

All\ THIAS R. Alt(DRE-U,
PROPRIETOR.


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g-dDVANC .

gig IE. BRIDEAR.M grul 101869tled &Fe Ltd
follow ag terms:
n e qa 1 v nes d
r eh n n .ited to the
as c<,tarr.vie r. Ah < .n a shall be in
rr tingd sh g e a n tiMm
not properly connected with the business shall
be charged separately and also any excess of
a ter eer aman can ithr.the nuin-
oer of insertions require will be continued
o eo i1%b ahargedforallan-
souncements of Candidates for Oflice, in ad-

An nl h wi( a ,awhen they cori ex
outfact advertisements payable quarterly;
adresisements from strangers and transient
perseas, payable in advance. All others will be
considered due when called for.
One equire, for six months, - $10 00

p 2i n onTet a ,f sinistra- 10 00
tion - - - 5 00
Notice toDebtors and Creditors - 7 00
Application for dismanal as Adminis-
trator - - 10 00
ggP All bills for Job Priating, must be paid
a the delivery of the work*

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
ibream ce..art has ILE *.0tani a. al \\ h.*au =ar**]
lirewardinan. Esaveradarmanate.f final. I.t-lia
me -Lreezed an.l den.cre.i sra answer 21 4.11.. .. is
Odeset.at-re krauses f ewall.arsal >.1.. 4 ...e
BR a J 86.7 1 *r 1 DL

uAr.J-e r r rare
glurly-n.ree A .ee. bears 1. 1 a
oTin /0@1 sy a to smued
Mileson the 18thday of July 1813and cantirm-
ed John M.Han n, .ned until the 1st

b a vM le is postponed until the first
Monday in June-
The above sale is postponed until the first
h v le is postponed until the Arst
M e a postposed until the first
The above a leis postponed until the firal.

oT byoe s oned until the first
MTnk ese iser .oned until the firs
The above sale is postponed until the first
mo' 6 hom J n tponed until the first
Monday in February next-
Tnhe or adehine atponed until the first
Theabovesale is postponed until the first
Mondayin April next.
a sh a e t.postponed until the first
ol'he a ove al ix8tpostponed intil the first
The above sale ie postponed until the first
NTnhtbinJuly n c.postponed until the first
Monday in Augustnext.
The above sale is postponed phil the first
Me 4 n so br .oned until the first
Monday in October next
The above sale idi postpoiled until the first
Monday in Novembit next-
The above asle is postponed until the first
Me
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*,-rorn p ...3 u,.me
L aher, a ly knows-
.su. why a n<.3 well 0,<,
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erre 1. 1. stol olds 1 Itia Ir neave son

a (1.!.0 liery Ind.aus, sum ur youra leagag sleek pierales used sn h
*".:.uldLivedriven abra lose she fairwth DaiOreenmust i.
.:cean, but shal they belonged so us. and abr rh- emergeaby Unless she new
boug mar ps...perty, we gave them the pro Webb keepse.*ool, he must pu 1 If
section shagr oral l our give themselvee-is on a war four;n; at onee. Ay e and W
as was disgreerful, we say, that this net.[ of are spelling (..1a 11
redbers and piremes, Irvicg, as meet of rhelease
them do, lay prey


PRICe OF BU1B!


and Ir~core." R Tn n N i Lea .1,d..au alli ~tP l..Ln th n riht solo do under their receive~lr~ights orhr e h prbnIa
Willleae Paath at i ooak M on I rwo n 6.? murrl j Llgr.:1 men What right had any inhalicai }" Fiorida chkoedeowa oninedp
Mondays,~~~~~~~ Wedesay and Saturdays.nt yu beyond the rights of the c itaphors which prya hi ecnat ae:dy
TOUCHING ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Ye ATTREIT LNIG I want to etmrrend onth you tae infest their Everglades, and are fa'F more Thtlasarprpryadrg
And~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~iln conctn aPcotait agsfr alwas re en;ti t rvrse; D meroua than the whites and negroes of a phb h osiuin .ebe
t Ana s at ne 'clolt th ip To die an oldmaid is much worse, the Peninsula combined? The alligator trie yagesatoab vr
Wil alo mke eguar ee ditps o Md- ut what'eno be done on that score I possessed, from time immemorial the right dprmn forGvrs r n h
"~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~' n1eitrdrsa lr gla o n getting aged just yet to live, except when slain by some moregramaso h pmietsteenf
o'clock,~I'd Returmag-n samee da t Jckonil more. powrerful adversary, and, in like mne,
AGENT-T, HRTIDE, Jaksonvlle.Yetwomeo how or other Ifret. the~loridiarfposseassed, like the alligator, *TeSpeeCuto h ntdSae
8 A loT Picolass. I want to get married, heigho the right to ~live, except when slain by thehadeid atteoniuinmae
0. DUVAL, Palatha' want to get married, heigho Indians. nodsiconbte laeadohe
Nov 3 RANNNGMidlebug.1y.Yetlover I really get none; This constituted his only right, u~ntilprprt ndleglheGvneno
lope annl and lol a ly, but no-- the soldiers of the Union came to his pr Tesm de asbonw icpe

TI T i ue Ive bas f, b now tectioo and then, ery-ti sagt; ina nlr rh em tt

.gagggges.~~ Idread the iden---Oh, how those who purchased with their blood ard o r aio rdti ntdSae
CF Can I live!--to dioand old maid'! treasure, the right of the WFloiian to
I want to get married, heig~ho I breathe Senated under the~~d thneiu~i and i
[Fo heN Courier and Engri~ asmattic atmosphere of his own fens and hth rd
.ao~r Gerld james Waitsonu Webb~ swamps. Reserved rights hei had none, peg i see cd e
broke Looser Again excep thte-right stealing himself which dprery
We should lilre to hear what sane reason we are glail be has done and we only ob- arhorstohemienneote
or plausible pretext Florida has for leaving ject to his foolish ~attempt to rob the Unt- "h
OKE8NITT~~~~~ GRV hIKY h no default ofeitherKtck ion of whhat host us ahundredmilotesanpoiosofherey


Gin aga Renardial tgent.
The **OLD LONDON DO04 GIN" of Mesers-
& alTif I e 18 }oo. 9 Bro d at setm a
v...r- i 1. re are. ueruly presieribed it, and
alway with coidetudevan eive m5 utge-
product of very careful distillation-the active
ina .p. r r sotolden

en al had e set prancti
the nein the rket, and aft ful
exa nation of numerous samp has does ed
hat "BININGER'S OLULONDONDOOK GIN"
i en pl useR.eeally gnd ii i adisy3ns O
1)OCKcomessempluttlipall u letthinethen In
K.uielmrb erehoPuereaare doing much for the

OOLTON SALTER, M. D*
8 West39th Street, N. Y.
<'BININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN"
possesses all the qualities that can be desired for
this highest and noblest use of all wizies or
liquors. Its ingredients are the Gistilled juices
carefully selected %ai/ a deli i ar
of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
these mingled aromas, and given and exquisite
mildness-a smooth oily body-and an ablest
floral odor to the liquor, which renders it deli-
cious to the senses ofamelland taste alike, while
its a parking liquid purity leavessethiing for the

ErRmut'Orn9rk
streetY. Y. merit the gratitude of the entire
mela ..I r..r .. .as 6..11 as *I ii brid at
I .g. 1. Ian angrra. -1.... 1.. --...Incar ofouch
I Iris c ..... ..a:4 power,
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FOR
CHAR LESTO N, d. C.
'vIA
Picolata, Jacksonville and all Landings
on the Rivers Femandina Fla. Sa-
vannah Ga. Bluffore and Beau-
fort M. 0'
flIE SUPERIOR IRON STEAltI

PACKET*
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CAPTAIN, PENN PECK.
ill leave Palacks every Monday night at 12
o el ch.
Willleave Picolataevery Tuesday nightat 2
o'ji l v Jacksonvilleevery Tuesday night
atWi 1 ee andinseveryTuesdaynightat
2 o'cloekP. M.
1 WiH are Savannah every Wednesday night
RETURNING
Willleave CharlestonS. C. Saturday So'clock
*

At Palatha Fla. Monday Evenings
TEAEDALE & REID
Sept. 1, 1860 Sm-


They psist that just as revolution gives property in the States or Territbries, are trucelon, or eartrylagAany negroes of other
impquity tosuccessfulrebellionse robbery, not only Traitors and Rebels, by High- v v all his armimer can shabitants,
theft and piracy, give dignity to the indi- way Robbers; and must be dealt with ac- **Done at Para, asy.combur 3 1783.
vidual rebel and they have not only robbed cordiagly, "D. HARILE2,
"JOHN ADAMS b
the Union of what cost with interest, tip- Per contra, read the following from the ",B. FRANKLIN
of one hun red millionsof dglars, IfeFalk of the 18th St.: "JUHN JAY. ?
by, like fugitive slaves, they have stolen Its Yoloill la Swiss zoitWAn.---Some-
themselves! Thillast act Wide clever and thing must be done about the 4.'rassmiser **Preaty of Peace and Amirwherween his
characteristic; but ire insist that after all, Webb. He has broken out again in a ter- Britannic .,&&/St.; and the L noted
it is only a petty larcedy beestise the goods rible attack of italics send capitals, paper p d"a formed by dw
Stolen are valueless; and the crime there- bullets against the South, quoting portions the advice and conisent of th Senate,
fore cannot be elbrated into a 8tatw Prison of Seward's eminently ,pacifle speech. February 11, 1815.)"
offeuee, pad Kentucky Hemp ean he'put Webb, whose temper always gets the better "Art. 1-" * * shall be re-
to better uses than being converted -into ot his logic, comes out in a pierce fighting stored without delay, and without causing
halters for such cattle. ronnadamento. According to Webb, any destruction, and without carrying away
any of the artillery or other public property
The true mode of dealing with this nest Lincoln will callon the States to furnish originally captured in the said forra or
of Land Pirates, is to bring from iVeist of men enough to retake all the Southern places, and which shall remain therein
.the Mississippi fifty of to Seminoles, forse, and that sundl job will every upon the exebange of the ratitioations of
which is cost, the Union nearly liftymillions quietly performed. He airpi father, on this treat or any slave or other priva(p
to remorb, that fifty thousand cowardly mislead, that Seward's speech will pre- pr >erty. d -* * * *
Floridians might sleep n peace. Let parethewayforthedefeatofthedisunion. "DoneintriplicateatGheatDoo.?4,1814
these fifty ken loose among the fifty ists, by "striking fear into the very vitala GAMERLE, 15 #*
thousand Rebels, who now talk so loudly of the traitors," sad making them gener- 8 Rd OULBURN, it.. sj
of their re-possessing themselves of their ally shake in their shoes. Webb's idgaiii ADAM 8, [1.. s.j
reserved rights, aded in sixty days they will thant.here is to be a general hang-man'e "J. A. B TARD,
drive them all into the sea, unless the jubilee after the 4th of March, and that "H. CLAY, 9,. 4.
United States as in times past, go to the Lincoln and Seward are to daydua the *JONA EUSSELL, (,. s.
rescue. South with force. It is to be hoped that "ALBERT GALLATINAL II,. s.
But seriously, is it not disgraceful that our military cotemporary will make good are 14, dead further ide e Mr. a ar.,q
-she inhabitants of the Penninsula of Flori. his words, and appear among the troops as pr perty, they sell that for debts due
da, bought by our Government from Spain who are to retake the forts, armed and the government.


For the prqventon an oure o ever an
Ague and Bilious Fevers. This wonderful re-
pwseibr ugCtothi akdu ebee ae pre-
traveter in Persia and the Holy Land. e
While going down the river Euphrates, he ex-
perienced a severe attack of Fever and Agne.-
Un discovering his condition, one of the Boat-
k Amulet '"
?


a sh se -2 .15!!!poned a.r.ul she tret ABHEMllFP>S SAlpg e ti 4 o e wiTto du
Menda) us January laul. thoughincredulonsastoitsvirtues;henompling,
he above sale is postpur.ed urad use first Y virture of a writ of Execution to me di- and expericirced immediate relief, and has since
Menday in February.: : Wm. E. DAVIS> Care e urLa thdel oured a ag out of the a11w sofound it nefootital protection from an

March bLhb D SilarilT Breward Coung* Eae Cir at ofbF idy intringil ms5 boOn further esitigatio tra ulfound that the
ministratrix of W. H Williams deceased, to the said that it could only be obtained from the
AGENTS WANTED "...r ourisioner wir. or son, e. me i. Priests of the Sun. Sometime afterwards, the
9 NaintiKatSamuel aluat@ p conit1 n 8con ( a p IPa o se8
11 00Illity Of the URitell on the first Monday of Feberary next in front certained wherethemedicinalherbswerefound,
of theCourtRouse at Enterprize in the County of whichit was compounded. The wonderful
of Volusia the followmpdescribed parcelofland virtues of this article have induced a full be-
$(&#OS* to wits lief in the minds of the nativesin the miracu-
All that certain tract of land being the North' loushealing powers of their Priests.
es tu dmMfj ish if I i ra e tdd{nt wiBaieehisre arnetje la ca, hasbe a
Onr publications are >f the most interesting T. 16, 8 JRanges 82and 38 being lots Numbered Gentletaen tphigh character, who have given
aa 's 0 an;et r p bH e irn 1 St ir a Coh to is tajbmutx sq ifspoeidn for in 9e% thebeststyleandboundinthemostsubstantial ersInParsitiopas24thofApril1850and said years, for the prevention and oure of Fever
mianiirtand are worthy a laude in the Library two )ots containing together r .gg and Aghe and Biltous Fevers-is now offered
Koo de reprise and industrious Janu 1861 SheriffofVolusiacounty. to he American eblel at, prepaid, with full
habits, this business ofers an opportunity for ary 5, directions for use, onrece t one dollar.
pr ble employdme aseldespig be met witham JUST RECEIVISI). St. to /, treatanr oni$, Man
receive tlyby mailfullpartionlars, terms, PAULDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate merce Building, New You N & <-0
Ae.,by do asmg *use, Ohoice extraces for flavoring, viz: 1418(10 17
LEARY, GETE & Co., Pumakers, LemonVasillaOrangeEaspM trytitrawber July -
No. 224 North Second agreed, Fililedolphis, nd obal o PsregoR7m, 8 41 zOpium ggly gogy

MAPI.It $UgAR.-JustreeoSived. . Mrs, Congress Water, Epsom Balts, Caster Oil, 00 Bags for Hominy. Cow eas to ble
Angnet 18, B.f QARE. p ,61 abio, Mage, Glov aARR. 6Ye. g.


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VOL. III.


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T. AUGUSTINE, ST. JOHNS 00 TY, FLO UARY. 9 1861


River La q.







































,~~et~a~Lp~.~n~.tso~i~up~r~fl_ `


n abe hinday of February ness, so
ny of Washirgeon, stunisr Commis
s applause by Virginia, La aousider,

2.r n tte.gr=eupou, sense use-
olo,=d, that ex-President JohD Ty*
m. G. Rivos, Judge John W. Breek.
u h, Geo. W. Summereqand .Tames
a 1 ch t5e3

shington on the day designatedin
resolution, to meet such Com.
r j3maybe appointed by ny of
aid States, in accordance w la the
ing resolution.
a 4 zeae on rden O0mmiTioners,
as plan of adjusantent requirtug
dmentsof the Federal Constitution,
e further security of the rights of the
e of the slavellowing States, they be

a to an a or e ded,
ing the same submitted by sket na.ly
dingtotheformsoftheCosislatanou,
several States for ratification.
solved, That if said C....o u.asioners
t agrees ouM2ch adjuncus r,8,,
c asion uch amendments as esay b.
sed, dien the 00sumissioners of me,
shall innatediagely cotwnunicate use
toshe E.. also of this Guin-own
h, to be by lo V b--rure 1.84 Cou-

at hap provide nas the ad
ousioner, to ut.j...cut all time to a
ol e. th, Sun Lwavenuon.
nrol.. 1, I ga at use aptuaeo g(in the
..." Si VI Mits Lhepadposo
emir.s.:.d .0
o senate al me t mtca d1.Er.o, the

heoncra at cePume naman amda
of the Gosistiouside of the United
s, shall apply so. all territory of the
d States now held, or hereafter to be
red south of latuade 36 degrees, SA)

,ran 1 6e et tu 1 ro ete
essary as property -therein, during the
onace of the Territorial Government;
he f rs of slaves phe righs of transit with
slaves between and dirough the non-

h iii a t
ppy controversy which now divides the
of this Confederacy as would be so-
d by the people of slus Counnon-
h-

(bpat j. rr- s. v
h t.cau us the Generst Assembly, a'
sis.,,uce, i.:. the President of the
, S ., and has Judge Robertson
'.' PP",rael by the like 501.> Com-
.er a to SoutheeUa Ima,
need w.ela.Instruouses, respectish
in.:a the Pres.dent of the Unrted
, nad the authorsti=.8 of nob States.
ee s..abssum, pending the proceedtuges

'st on
duce a collaian between the SLates
e frf6fDRa04Lof Lile Up ad State
velak, Thateopfs ( ch, foregoing.
eans ran forthyh a grapinal to Line
ent GITAMMAu&also the
sive of the several Ssal.ea, and abat
owernor be requested so mform, w -
lay, <1.< Casurniasioners, appointe n
ngoing resolutions of their appoint,-


Arrivd of Anns*
steamer Everglado landed during
nadip sa r.his place fifteen hundred
ts. These armeare from the Gharles-
rsenal and ars said so be very eKee-
weapons. They are passided wiIb
aton locks and are flights than the
tiq ordinney use.y One thousand of
armli will reditin Lore for the presear,
oint of distribution, and willbaisoned
er arrive to that effect e are in-
d that, twegry-tiva knadred similar
nd one theissand Maynard Rifles are
ted here on the 80th inss. The
s cavalry companies throughout the
ar= 1.0 be armed with the latter may
t and eitolems weapon.-Bael Fle61


our erd]IBLbe.erwher hod; it-
For Kensues.y a sons was terulize
Their fauld.. Oth feesuous blood.


II


'J.'he Virginia Cohapromisis. [Eross also Louisville Courier ]
following are the, resolutions, as "The War Bong of Kenhacky.
d by the Virginia Legislated, pro-

tShebasis of compromise acceptable swin9 a s
ereas, isis the deliberate opinion of who independ$n. e there I
general Assembly of Virginia, that on to the front to victors,
the unhappy controversy which now orelseto honored grave-
s the Statesof this Confederacy shall Kentucky'ssons can freedeskdfe,
sfootorily adjusted, a permanent dis- But never live as slaves I
n of the UDIOD is inevitable; and the Away! thine is a oragen soull
al Assembly; representing the wish. Thou artno son otbairie,
he people of the Commonwealth, is Who4 eks to stay my haiadwhenraise
us of enspl c it ensus e As a y eles !

ie to IIllike a RD Ot Iddit ? Ken a val not purchase.peace


thers of the Repubine: therefore, unce mydeadlyices?
elved, That on behair of 1)e fom- sirI., thos..ul..>, for my people's a
..to, .r or,....., an assason a .so nsi....is are..

dedt dfd I a a 4 agisrtleth ByNume 6, aMau10 1 so user.
pt-to all w la t's nia tu a.s earne That any Dame WaghIBadiBh0Btd&
so a us: as present unhappy can us ner.nucky leade rbs way.


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3 1UNICATED EGmakSOf gggs $. OOgh 4%811017,
Gen.,Timmy Watson Webb. t us be rue. ofFloride on Withdrawing ft*om the The
Itnited States Senate, Jan.21st.1sel* adopted

FI inspo r r, area h n the as Eaul r 1 na oem r Ir. Yuzza, said consequence of-in- posing
s
article of our arst page, from the pen of sing policy of some of our p 10 n en. fo uration authen loally columunicated, his Wh
the talk it *Our.. Jimmy Watson Webb" After years of dictation, aggression, and a dgue and hi self deemed it proper to the G
of the New Y rk Courier and Enquirer, interference, of ^obusibodiness" as ir. announce to thehenate that their conneo- unless
St. A STINE, FLORIDA as far as we*afe concerned, we must repu. TYran calls it on the part of the North, he upp with this y has come to an end.- divide
BaT AL pag., 9, asel* diate the publication of such dedictable Soutif has at larifth takeli a good step for- TI e State of rida, in convention duly be sati
-- --r---------- morsels, and trust our friends will riot Wardjtoolong basshefromanianwillingness 4embled has een fit to recall the powers solution
ag** Jans. Bar 12.<., or Practus, Ha., n again requiie from us any such snorafice, to disturb the harmony of our politiculand adlegated to te Union, and to assume the Gener
duly makes@ed so act ar. Agent for Lue **BT for we consider it such when we bring to social relations, allowed this state of things r@ponsibility f separate government. He es of t

p a u r a lan in e a in oardb t b ins 8 eo eo IFlor)ida woulda ver desiro
he no ice of rny r -pe. L.t., Journal regesof thE inals, IE in D iriveid 10 & plill


OF 'fllE ..tared a thnesy 11,-1,b It .al, use sure..d no wal I.u a .e cone rn whid also id in fr.,o-sul memory the he"fa
by bes ind..a..ruble so c., e. als..t a lland opment of I eR gl a earlier hisury of she Unive But hey R..
.4 'l"A TI 0 F FL 0 BlD A. or <>ur cast unts sk< into.is ,ad a., r ,,,so. 3,,,, i.. ..3 deeaa sun the rewand mees.I" .....
quer **Plodds que.:r.d --Pode DeLeon ""I' "6' r us, ed-2,ards 1 at longerp ( lud DN
b
- Of UTION To not;.0and ambiven, and when on no ,.el, a ,as on 0 then, will.1rlse bel el war there is noan uninu
an er4,su.rion, bud for che valiant Guru in milanwr.1 Tny would r glort






THE .FORMATION -sy up bconcen De.ven and Earth ene ac, eq, pooperationofall reured from their mider in cheerfn] api meeto
the cohteniinating tabble. a 8, agd hame be on him who fails proving k Isy a b.s own 8 tenets whief. a .e a
OF A 'the a noral" finds fault with the her in her hour of need, who with-bolds canard the separairs7, but pser.00.1 the aloner

BOUTHERNCONFRDELLACY. "United states," for ever having paid thereadyhelp-orjolosin the sneers and State Hedepreemedevell war, our said
"Seven million of Dollars" for a few "A gibes of her oundies, if such there be we that she math, w..uld a ver subant Le de- Re
s
%[81003338 Rome* ligatore, Runaway negroes, and Spaniards, could be tempted to exclaim "Oh for a gradation or constrasaed existence under a ler, W
We had the gratidention of Weloondng but he in his anxiety with his colaboror's whip to lash the scoundrel"through t':e olateddoonstituticoo rtelle acknothledee enbro
"""" "" "ine d egge to, eds Stee G 8alye8unum ,0 ews 0 ale b I 0 od a en av r ide fl ob3 o ch Ao

a srae adhereot to n good cause, and asa of millions of money, and thousands of surface, no pandering to power, no insidu- Many difsealties which may urise, and of Wa
Representative one that his Constitupnts Patriotic lives; for what? the Jaoireof their fatal among them are, which I am not ashamed the fo
feel paved of not only in carrying out their Squl, the Idoleo(their Hearts-the Negro, ous designs to lure us back to the ifoo to say I dread, civil war. But whatever msasso
sensineerine to \he letter, but in the manly, so degraded is their thoughts, so miserable, shore we have at length had the man d danger may come 0 on us, we are a ipited the s
o
Independentan4.<4ptermined position be mean, and contemptable, are their views to leave. The song of the even will no peopne.t to sk th / cent ena n pra foreg
meanmedwhen asserting Floridp's right of that they cannot distinguish the differance d o gi go tens not beohapelled into a war. The South will never submit aft
Fooension, between the honor of the white race and to the last degradqtion of a constrained ex- an
tho degradation of their beloved Black unworthymotives to look back. Men do inteD00 GDder a violated constitution. We upon
BTH.L TREY GOli[E. Brethern. not easily renounce the seductions of fash- do not seek to conquer you,.and we know for th
The Citizens of "Florida" in accordance ionableAife, or withdraw their hands from you could never a quer us. But ifi. la peopl
On the 26th., of January the Stiate of with thelligh toned Getteral's computation, te r 1 7ba i i eu g cooft 1 30. hands ino,3 4, /e all
j
Indaiana seceded from the Umon, and cost therised*(Teled St.ue." one thous- cm y e be such a egntest as was never before seen, of hav
herBeneasionOrdinaineewas adoptedbya anddollarsapeiceitis&1sighpricetruely, gettofeeltheyhavean inheritancein the Inshuslear.c.paheeastesoresurntomy accor
rose of 113 ajes to 17 nays. On the re- yetitatrikes us thatif this gallant Generall public money. It is no doubt a pleasant own State, there to serv,- her wfkh say au to the
eeips of this gratifying intelligence a salute la pot careful, he will put his own "State", thing to dwell in lordly illialls, dress is Salteer og he nod hehar am ver6 lappy Re
o
ofaixteen guns was fired on the 1stof' tothecosequdexpenseofa Bucketoffar purple and fine linen, fare sumptuously tesyandhindneeswhich I have received can
$'ebruaryfrom the batteryof Fore Marious and a pillow of Feathers, wich would be every day and at night retire to slumber from Senators on the opposite side, and r ra
by the Citizen Artillery Company recentlJ a more- disagreeable than expensive jobs on beds of down; it requires some degre which I shall remember through life, and propo
orgarsir.ed here; am) after %rbioli immedi- for like his lovely dark shind and revered of patriotism tgdisregard all these things, whom I am indebted for much which I State
atelyfolloweditaaluteoftheFloridaInde- Brothersheielikily tobe more fond or andgobackit may be to privation and all not o y whelish, byt is h result
pendent Blum fluster, than soater, at least to cleanse his discomfort-but the true lover of fris rotanet sand tri f et da, he noble re- wealt
rewoopr..a-sha-t.hirty twii pounders a filthyakin: Country will not hesitate. We b re .ia..an.LivesofthefreepeopleoftheNord. un
auccenaisely gas. out in thu Dards of a Feather cleak regethy ., Flor.da has arnses ners to tunda a 1.il spis Is he. ar.: Irue L.) themselver.-the noble L'asm
.eosse citings of star xa cala ar.J brate hims.:2 defend [.er .ba own ul truth .0.1 Just.ne-is in not ountr
she erg p e s.bat 90 al.cauld sI that a ver As'e
thewellate rud e further s.n .u operor .*8, try ring ten enerval.ng and sedu. El a influes be brightened by the recolleasea of
numbrakeabi Raidese Regiment" and conquer Flor.do, fuel.I..unal. ble. E..re brave hearts too, loyalty and u.and sofs of friendal.ip which U.nn
South to resist Noidern and unless they are anager than the L.rave l.> eradme and ro wait panently. Let have abaracte r.x.3 dbr mterrours.-, and au th
aggreeston* "Skunk,"whosenature they appertain to, us see toit thalwe do no detrimensto our which, in us; JOgn.-nt, asil band thern to
t
texas has elected by large majorities bytmpregn:ting the atmosphere with so belovedState, that we be true to her while us by ties of kindnessdorever. ment
Recession delegates, and she too will soon delightful an odor, issuing from their per- she is passing through the waters of at Legi.ela.ture of South Carolina,; St.ate
stand among her sister states that have dis- sons as to strangle even the gophers, we fiction, and in thee, in Gods good time, A measuge wua rectilved frasp the Senate (Juite
solved connection with their northern con' will welcome them; and feed them not on she will by lawful means, with her sister communicating tbo following resolutious: acqui
federated. The end is not yet, and fith "Hog and Homin'ny" but on lessons of States of the South, work out a happy ter. Resolved manimously, That the Gen- an nu
sigDifiChDL indications, the movement is on- good behaviour, so that they may become mination of all her didiophies. Again I at Ass mbly of South Carolina tenders to if nec
ward, and the prospect now is that before the at least, the associates af a degraded negro, say, let us be true, qud by our actions ledgm to hi friirginia ei e she w- conti
Athef March all the remaining Southern who holds a higher position than we can show, that tho, we may not love Casar have inspired the mission eritrgisted to the and t
8satop irill 8ecede and thus the South will now accord to the General and his crew less, we yet love Rome more. lion. Judge Robertsob, her #wamissioner. owne
become a neit. 'The States of Trirginia, Resolved wnanimously, That the candor their
North Carolina, TEDDOSsee, Kentucky and Major MF. E Chase' posPessi 6 uts re a n abiin ah rees at h h ed8 b aat t
Maryland have been strongly conservative Major William H. Chase, formerly of Savannah, 150 guns, cost $928,859; Fort tween Virginia and South Carolinainduces unha
and attached to the Union; and their peo- the United States Corps of Engineers, is Jackson, 14 guns, 125,000: Forts Moul this General Arisembly to declare with frank_ States
plc and leading Statesman have manifested the leader of the State troops at Pensaeola, trie arid Pinokney, as Charleston, 79 guns, ness that they do not deem is advisable to cepte
snearnestsplicitude to stay the dissolution Florida. He was formerly a resident of cost $119,110; Forts.Macon and Gaswell, initiate negotiations, when they have do wealt
oftholinion, and even noware making Massachusette, and reepired the appoint- 00 ie thathedrsgn nT ,Sc dire intentio o mot a clultipag leri
the-most patriotio eHorts for reconciliation ment of cadet from that State to the Milk 7, re M..rpr.. 1410bd=, 132 guns, $1,212,- the resol:ations oi the L -10.aun to 6.: th, ofene
t&srough their most distinguished men, tary Academy at West Point, wherehe ,M.a). F...a uremedic.tul.:..A9 guns, 820,000; procurement al new ouaricaras su che C..wa C. ran
whom they have seDC 88 ODIBIDISSIOners to graduated March 3, 1815. He was ap. F.:.ir St Ph.I.p., L...umians, (24 gues, stittition or ab, Ums J State. Use
spee6 Commissioners from the non slave pointed bretret second lietailant in the 00.3,754- Fore Ackson, 150 state, 8817, Resols d .....,,,ass.,dy, .hat themepara
boldingstates if any theywilleend).at the Corpo of Engineers in the same monda' le m on a ,f.dit.,1sol The on E 5 .r 32,/ ar Ms eT, a m.
City of Washington for the purpose o ad and promotediofull lieutenancy April l5> and repairs, $4,935,089; coetof armament, further inwr..mi in (1.< L'unstaunwo <.f the may
Justing or present difliculties. We are 1818. His subsequent promotionis to first $779,288; totni, $5,702,338. Besides Unwd St.E.a; and at..t it., inly appro- "' I *
satisfied that their eforts will all prove Hout6DRDCypGRptSIS, SD& ER Or, &� rO. th080, 86Y6t&1 Of 8 6 FORS On the 00884 Of plible n ydinall..Di bHWe dD her and tha .$rAlf:A
fknitiess. The most quobjectionable and spebtively March 81, 1819, Janna 1 Florida, have also been taken possasion at. F deral team ament ra= as to natual mla- Longr
reasonable propositions as a basis of honor- 1825, and July T. 1888. In 1844 he :Stir* The following is a calendar of the tions a horj@a dg, Thar abus Oener-
able adjinstagg)have; been submitted by a member of the Special Board of EDgin* luldre Irliarcuiffata its the&OildierD Elak.s:- Al ben*(ply id*(Eler Wein it EO her fr eresig to pro
tionshern men m Congress, and these.have eers forezamination of Florida redfs, ho., Jan 28-Tues, Convention mew.. rear sons wills line '--ance or Vi.gman, to de- ADGEta
- hem m4tants scornialinddlerenet. , andfor the examination of disphors, obso- Feb &-Virginia, eketion fordsovatio#* olare And they hard a coolidenos in abe Re
'[6* Repubbeau party seem decormined nois, te., on the Gulf frontier of Texas and 0-Tennesses, electionfor Sanwartillia Fadaral Guternerient f the UDil.ed 5taree; reemulan
se allbanasda somatosain she oregigg and Missiasippl. He was a member of she 18-Vgman, Qunvention 1440tis An the most micron pledger oftba Gov. Passid
prihoiples effle Ohird platform. They Roard of Engineers from March 18, 18/8 a enanar.s, a so neida ete cannsent la rate b e. Jipegarded; thus, under Faeo
u
gave become deaf to abu voice of reason re IRuprember, 184). Be resigned his 18-3(issourteelection for Co mention at b as ce oTe%, lio.dile the G
p act..Baded, and Abily resolv4 to anori- poshion in the Federal army October 81, 28-Missouri, Convention meets* ced ints one of 61e fortresses of this State, out d
e
ficathatWision and involve the Odanery in 1866. Major Chase is a man ofindomita. Da concealed in the sold of a ressel of com. Gas ru
a bloot and slesolating civil war sooner ble perserorance and courage, and ranks 4, a UTION IN EWNYOR There one i .%an ri reqbjuga et etCoe ment.
a ey wp) p on heir fanatical high as a military engineer and struegist., 10 Book says a "It will be seen by our tedurmes as bush ag -au have been inform-
They arill find however that victory He is about sixty-four years of age at? pokes reports that 600 poor people sought e of shepresqut utedi4tion of Virginia, a Th
e
ip not always with the abroaq; nor the possesses a large private fortune. lodging" in the station-house last night. vessel of war bas heen sent to the South perla
race with the swift. ligh,. The New York Exprees, in speak. Thousands are safering for trant of food at ro immo on of war, concen- musk
e
aggy, The Obarleston Afercury asp; EX. ingaf the secession of Georgia, says> "The and clost..z.g--enany are dying; natually I Resolved unanisequsly, That under these ton A
SHAron YULEE has chanced a schooner Republio can ill afford to part with such:a dying of starvation. He report another aircausstances this Generaly Assenibly, with tive
on which to attains to florada with his State. Her secession is the worst gyp Set case to-day. Meantime, preparation are tonewed assurance of their cordial respect perous
family. made in the Union. The link abe has going on to make war on the South because and esteem for tne people of Virginza, and maske
"'" broken is one that cannot well be aired it cannot recognize the blelisingp of negro of high consideration r tbs Commissioner these
aga, Troops are beaug rapidly raised in rep equality. whout they have sent, declines eutering. '
di pure of Katiled abject so the call The whole drift of things in Virginia, into site proposed negotiations as a p
or one regular military authority of the Missegri, Tenessee, and Arkaness, tends Go)Jeator Bostow Resigned. The question was takeri, arid 0118 resold, as ord
8tats a stronglyinths same direction. For that JoutBoaron, Esq,,Collector of the tiquawereaddptedynacimously. forule
*------- matter, indeed, unless the Orittenden olive Port ofSavannah, forwarded his resigyution gas a
Cox,. W J. BAaDES RESIGNES.-We branch be aegepted, wo may as well make to Presideadinghanan yesterday, to take CaptainotaRevenuo Curtar Disobefs eq.eo
into that Col. W. J. HAapEE resigagg up our made that lay $1so timp Mr. Jain- Orders,
6 his coastlissioffin the U. 8. Army yeter, cole comes 40 take the enth of othee, the effect from the date of his letter. Ir Nsw OnrieANs, Jan. 29.--The revenue various
sy, sadies tendered his services to th entire fifteen slave states will be aU stand Bourom is now colleator of the envereign out.ter Letals UMad received orders today State,
n
dragofGeory----hy bug pon common grounds outsids of the 2 4 pendent 8ta 0 rg for the Pers a eTsoN jre 4 diffreg all ga


Interessmstrom Wasington.
.1-edlNuli'OFr, aQ.$U.-The Frealdem.
td y debased answenag 80 IDquairy frons.
6 or.M liary, a to the do..cination or a


1 got sub gm Paid as *
or na nt was true its.st guns were bemg
mounted at Fors .11st.ros (014 Poms. Com.
fors), yanorag sul.rt.d. .11r. Buchausu
answerell that.he would make iniquiries in

regard to the manner and contammate the
re Susu re-day obtained p raise..au of
time I r. ident murder inue, m...re conspanies
obletail-ry sactorseawn, but boule..ute
order could its issued: site permissidh w.u
withdrawn. *

aThe Surrander of Fort Sumtar I)amill.
do i-Fors. Excans ro be Anaestea.
Wamwat**NJan .0.9-r.nen as;u. s
demand onthe Administration for site sur-
ressaur to Mrs Sunu=r, er.-aten usu..n ea...o .

mould tabfraus)Ir 3J.dlorytodeu.srurs
B.gh.r and $1.3..11, a 3> EE.e Funds ar..ag
all ..n-sok hurt Vsexcus as soon -as me
B,-.,>/dy.'. as la asgnL.
Ex Pro.dem fame left gr Richmond
; abs*. morning.
Morancarolinacsusa.deavention.
lblueluEffJan, 8 1 I ( -l'uk I 541.
Inture so.d y passed me Dribesibug qe...I
Gausedign 4, -.- .gq4,
Trarrne...su.aula.
11..an.. J.su.au, t' .1 -t..uestacean

La y all ndafrac -as us aa
of no arrangemenr. beween ciw true dens
and donator At.,hury.
-
Peam Nor Deteams ,

IO At. o
4.1...1 4,ausice Aqsit Orleans is a assa,
fabrication.
heUouveildii to 8 sy appoince,1a Cu in
mines he taken inventerforaltrasqiu its
propertyin the U. a In= etc. n 2
Faxoiting latelligence from Whildrig
top.
W.umature, Jan. ou.- us P.maider.r.
r plus 0 >-natu .*onary Japacu <....
ae B,...J. pu g>ue to runnesia ana

f la nus w ads 08
an asw.acit be made
*nse counsuJer of the Brook(ps ten
been ordured to aideli cl.Maly, and sa ls:
dsscusers suggs oI au amell about to 1,=

i aerpt] lan Ike y and a
Fors. Pations and bnog me gone to near
up. 0 theauaolupg terms.
LuLauseppaq prevadqul I, pity 1.0
hear(man harz flo.c'ens. An smassalace
con ier la anue ocetiby art pa n air, sandkr.he

must he case war.bwsch or th staffortants
pays waU b ,tolic Ipsthe Sput a
]
'
Wasuanalow 'tan. 3 .-The Presitans 4

I idTo h :Senato gler, of Man-
gatemenL tha retaffe been or-
dered so Fgrr. Sn assured
San :- B Lifas8 nea 1

sainistracken. *, 4 1 -.,
He further es ti6 r/phedagod
yesterday, thas tiae.,AAgree usualow so
one on peace. Thereis no doubt of shad.

qibe Coez*.aum'MDAment Ir
Acrouara, Jan.ary,* 29.- -landent ad-
vice. Irous Key WesL slave beeri -rdetishi
here. <' .@ 2:
Theateamship Josep$ Whitney arrived
at Fort Jeiferilan, fortugas, on the 18th,
with Arnvia'is Artillery, where tI ey 1811
remain as garrison. *
Caps. B$athak'fe.03ul Bay bf ][ederaf
Artillery bas-esised.as Home Taylor, Key
West ]$bdr forw are now regrad, as
assalata 4 slogs ~
gainiadA gre Testi ] West,
in of a.mmord2m IIba.furs as
lic pipaqhqA.) fginisedlyn





River Line.




d' THE STEAllEB




( omplimentary.-THE POPITLAR
L' Wines Importers, Messrs. A. M. BENIN- a
GER & CO.. No. 19 Broad Sweet, New York, 9 *
av an ire 0 followutN }b anOislKen L etwe Dr Threri le Jul.
which appears to be estandardi article with the sony see. to ,p.,at a ..c. .1 FL we
Druggxsts T in es: a 4. ... Brmany. For Pak.nt..(
GIn as a Remedid Agent. i.ee
KI [.11,90,
T LD D NDO{9" N" ofMours. if i smePainer at e.elu.-k A lu, on

"* P' -on ra 0.... neer.n t..marJr.za
.. ,,s...s ,,. ar,., roualso.ar isrct:MEDIATL L.LNDLKON.
Jerrate. ts r. Ired.ree. .
I Men ly .. .,,7", '"','"f,""stala .,5,6 ange
I to1.1 on. --.ta met. In a **1 N... AM .ix. us. Dews. Tri
-- tr to o .1 .0.1.. se ire's .
'le on a ra ,d, a le /
.n anon I .anuarre.m.e.ve GENTMrst
es .u r. ..in neersu eaniple*Ameredro.Jr1 JOODF
II. INING3f IB vtDLtiNIkT 1 CKG


4(- )4
W 8 CHEDU 1. E .

mai s a 1 ost 0 oe we
d Saturday's at 8 A. HeNorth
Monday's and Thursday at 9 P.
loern medl d1eep atdle ill
and Sunday's by 10 P. MF
OFFICE HOURS.
cent Sunday's from 9 A. $1. to 12
to o wr511 e en.one our :or
er themailis distribputed.
L. ANDLLEU, P. M.

NCE OF SCHEDUI.S. .

ern Mail lif litP
CHARLESTON, S.'C
'


Wassignage, rFeb.-

ten students, demanding th
render ofWrt 80mler to the Seasedsouth
Grahne, on the grounds, First of rhe
(Ref..euduent, dumson, as a sovereign
Stars. 4r-cond, the right of a 8. verearn to
condemn I r-iperly lor pubile inse, by com-
ensating there or.
He annumes. 11,:.: South Cai linals inde.
a a watantthat this carries with it, the
first propositions 4 He thers.argues at length
the posteron of the Adunqistration in claun-

"t,:11"t"::":!.t"P::M'
wise and abmed. Considered simply as
pruperty, he shows that the Government
was fully msured agniust loss in surrender-
a ing the forts. He also assures the Presi-,
pent that any attempt to reinforce Fort
Unmier will be looked upon as a declara-
tion-ef war.
Sever..Idisian**us-l comissunreallou L.elk.ne .1 was satunitred and
prunooneed is unauswerable. A cabinet
meeting was called on Satitrday morning
to considered matter. It is audisipated
thaL rhe President will merely reply that
wilicommunicate the demand to Con-
grass, and will answer the argument in a
is essage, thus depriving Co'. Elayne

Qupt, Ingrahnus, of the U. .S. Navy,
tendered his repignation to Secretary Toucey
yeingrslay, whodeclined reorivsue .1, and
htmanageunsider. I'aptingn.bam
hold a basels a day or is, knager.

rheta o eds salutcof diitty
fourgans to be fired on Saturday in honor
of diandmission ofKausas as a State.
Mr. Hemy Myers, Paynaster in the U.
8. Navy, has formed. J bis resignation to
the President.
--- -
North Carolina.
RALEIGH, Feb. 1.-The Commissioners

Ash aW n on ]klilnI omerb t
$p-morrow.


gag frolB NFSBilington,
ThoulNorms, Icl. L-There was con-
siderable excitement to-day occasioned by
the arrival of Lieut. Jewett, the Sret pria
oner oft o war, who comes on la re Iron,

The Louisiana delegation in Corrgress
will positively retire (rom that body on
Monday, whether an oilicial copy of the or.
dfishtree secessitop reaches tb6m orgnot
Benator King, of New Yo%, to-day r.a.
suredEzUov. Bragg, of North Car61iDB
that whya the war was .commenced ,there
would be;nopearee;so long air the flags oI
the two edthidaradies Roated. Is in the
gened opinion here has de Bbek Repd-
pre ntpwar.
Gen. Seoffcaptingeq .jnspaintMa for
.
unifying theciry, preparatory to the in-


Capiral from some quarter of which he.and
every oneelee seems to be ignorans.. fl'he
teachers and pupils"of several large female
schools ere were to d rned out of doore
en g ie
eitiens are meek incensed at this neonduor,
of the Wottld-be military Dietat6r. ,
A lelegraphich despatch says that Mr.

$ar b 00 we I 0 'c na.nlidi
Seward's doolarition in the Senate will
carry Vigrink for secession overwhelm-
iggg

Recognitionot the 8onthern Confed-
weer tM
EMIF YA an $1.- lie foronto
,14pdar, the Government orgail4 Oilmiday
re-aggerra LLg fast that (llifBritish Govern-
mint will promptly recognise*(he Boathere
Confederracy. f "


g


8 ADKINS, Coraneander,

"gand n e r inTuad y
onlookconnectingdat charleston with thesouth
so a soten nth 81 hth oRoad,
bin Passage to Charleston. $5'
sange. 2,

EdCoo n be j i
cen ,i sPlii oeat ea ent 8G
and9 cents per bushel, respectively, Other
Freights cousiderably lowDered.T LOR
AY ,
Agent, Fernandina-
Dec. 22185IT. L. CHISII le ,bs, C -

a
O 100.

IX Months after date the Unders ed wiH
firesenthis final neeountsand v where to
the Judge of Probate of St. John's County as
Executor of the Estate of LADESLADAltitYES
le s O unt 8ell olan, eat the 44me

January 51861. x t



,
EGROES wanted work a thee eats

1. rk T R
46. MrepRatre.la





A'87 Filgot RAH
Seconsed, are required to make imme ate pay-
ment to the Undersigned. And all persons
having'claims aganist Said E =.. r ...; 1
to present the sense within ., es. -, r rt...
notice will be plead in bar of heir payment.
ANNAM. DUMMETT.
Nov. 24 1860. 8w. Executrix.


e

IX nthsafterdate I 8all apply t he
da for a discharge -- 1.1........ ... r I,_
tate of MOSES E. LE V late r so.] C ..r.n;
deceased. D.L. YULEE.
Administi-stos
Nov. 8 80 em.


I


-
men agrirrek'rsa sh:hter anywa., an, or
them. will.Le regarded by Virgaum as an
act or war, and wall be resisted-

isla a : II .fteen n of the t Lj
overt act of coerolon now actually perpe(ra
ted against die State of Virginia at Fortress
Monroe.


MissouriRepudiates the Border-State
Convention-Denounces Coeroion.

,;.tests:B:2.io ..
joint resolution to send Commissioners to
TYasisington on the 4th of February. It
"he I.'s.>pled resolutions taking strong
ground agarust Ohio and New York for
tendering aid to the General Government
to coerce the Southern seceding States.

WAsHINGTON, 80- -10.45 a. m.-The
Presideathasreplied to the dispatch of

"o cro t cole says e
will lay ojLto assist the fort with troops,
should an attack be made upon it,
There is intense anzicty this morning at
the loscenture mansieu ru hear from fort

/by I gamus..11.st(cobillot is allif-
-
shipin8ent o IMSede inno a ) achar-

Nsw YORK, January 28 -A Livery col
paper ne tices e shipment t twenty lified

of tilevesselnerthedates 11... shapan r,
boweveraimprfEU
Louoc. so Maji.I. hI;&r. The sales

re bak The master

Negroes Kidnapped.
Just as we are going to press, we learn
from a friend from Guinesville, that three
free negrues, a part of time crew of a North
ern vess41; lying in the port of Jacksouville
in tbis State, have been sold by the Yan-
hee Captain to one of the citizens of our
county-Mr. John Winter. One of the
ggygigg JSirous Masphollusetts. They are

ex aed r g ida f nesville, apd will

JoEreedocu Sh rs, orthinwh thi k
thruk, your **<..Ioured I..ernis" ought to be
forthwish returned to you, and presume the

in it tesso decree.-Aficanopy fla.,

ygrym y gy ,pg ggy
80HOOL*
YOJ1KVILLE, S C. ,
The Inst.nal.ne, is me ided after
In II s ... In Ital vv Acad

gr u ones. .1 Cinesel ecure is addeP&. For
a I rras..rusu...n supply to
Mar M. JENKINs,
CArr.A.COW2LRD.Principals.
December 1 4860. Sw.

SEND FOH .1 Si'ECIMLN NUMBER OF

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Sp camen r.utoberinessa, ear-pand, exi the re
uelps of a three cer.I stamP


Amalled. Br ea, N 4

posa a sNal Jel 11le tab s ae it
this highest and noblest use of Mr wines or
liquors. Its ingredients are the distilled juices
usne it alwt ral 8 an" ti in
of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
t nmaj 1 o oi b n da
Horal odor to the liquor, which renders it deli-

e i do 11 e e ,f owhH
In conclusion, the writer must remark thit
E88R NG O.,4 e
medical profession, aswellas of the world at
large, for havingintrodixced astimulant of such
unexceptionalfle purity.and unequivocal power,
both as prbVentith and durative agelit, and a
had as Me fa alibereragess--{Ohemical
December 1 1860.


Inland Route
a FOR
CHABLE BTO N, 8. C.


Picolata, Jabicsonville and allLandings
on the Rivers fernandina Ra. a-
cannah Ga. Blu and Zedu-

THE SUPERIOR IRON STELil

,
. .,




CAPTAIN, FENN PECK.
Will leave Palatkalvery Monday migheat l2
o'clock.
Will leave Picolatsevery Tuesday nighlat 2
o'clock A. M.
Will leave Jacksonville every Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock A. M.
Will leave Pernandina every'Puesday night at
2 o'clock P. M. *
Will leave Savannah every Wednesday night
1 o'clock P. M. RETTIRNING A


A.pllleaveCharlestonS.C. Saturday9o'clock
ARRIVIN(i)
At Palatka Fla. Monday Evenings-

dept. 1, 1860 TEASDALE8&mREID
SHERIFF S SALE,
vi re ords ofe to a


ee e 8 0 h e Fb y ilHa 5th
ministratrix of IV. II. W harame deceased, such,
Eii imt il a ra s
Ihave levied upon and abr.11 stler as putrare his
ou the firskSloaday of F n,-r-try nose in fr..ca
of theGourtHoubeatInterprue.n me County
ofYolusiathefollowinguenannedpmueldise.d
to wik ,
erlAlip t certain tract el lan being a Norm-
Halifax aiver a n as nt., annum ame.t ,,,
R ni He I ( rr-d
61shra il. J.atan c. .muster.a.n t.; C.xt.ar......an-
ar.- < P..= Itn on 2-tch .,< aprai isco sea r.and
to late. coman uar sq.** er 5144 astres
1 g q(. MAp.


JUST RSCEIVED.
PAULDING'S prepared GI.x Ir imme.J..I
4pe, pioice extra.:tc. Ir dru*rn.g. ..;:


*9








The enterprising propriet6m of


T u e a g4 o .
Healthful and Ine opmmi]nit Stimu 8 kate
;1.1., ;.us t -rer I :.. co J us J.
dits c ru
mad h. a.I.La n ro no run.-ste
R it SO TYf m a
d e ur. mDa kA N.



man or a y a I a rs Ts A
ih..r a orsts.ns none of thePossonous Statenance
his.,wn as La II Oil. st..eb the characterinars
ad injurious ingredient of the whiskeys in

BOOTH, QARRET& CAxAc,
Az.edyrical seasons
I

r LP ..Alcipbs.I. Fared luslynar carefer gg
.m es r I u
untseatLif pureandAnedare*FedgeaBryget

JAMEBR.figurg ,
Amdjilkit'!femist
m a

pr role freetr n he b asy Fu .1 >.1, I
a va e gue
r. marms... a P m ly

1 to reer,
For Sale by B. E.@kRR,
ST. AUGUSTI F,
Sept. 8, 1860.

INPECTINE,


r p smFI al ne of wi

sentproprietorabyafriendwhohnsbeenag eat
traveler in Persia and thpHolyLand.

pe chil oin8 e herPJhr wata, heez-
Qu discovering his condition, one as r. r .. fronadish. erson ur. mbuna / 1
a r in I I
a w. ..laund nPanmefeatual proceeuan from all

on rurth r races.gn.an hp found that the
4LLYItruled hifAGuled p0Wara, t
Pro sse sf me Sun. Sometime afterwards, the
gentlemanan conversang wnh a Prica.t obtausett
arount.imthelement of its preparation, and as-
earnarmedWherethemandscankinerbrewaregonnB,
of -st..els a was compounde I'ho wonderful
ru us EL dinnele basessindu ed a tail In-
two hosus.g powers or user cater.
ri I Amer. drurbed

tir.E.Elemer. or high ourseler, who mate garent
a 1.. meat ur.quans..4 praw.e. ints remedy
leaving been a sp 02fac ia Perein for allpirddses
ye ,.#r He prty a and


.1seians !s.anrs
St ci. n 0 on nL n
mears flu ng. New York. .Lddren.
a amin usu

R T FORR
00 Bags fqr Ilominy. Cow Peas for table
R. 8, CARR.


CREA URIOSITY.
have bno of the gierhealomiosities qq&
most valuake inventions in the known
world, for irhich web Tirant agents everywhere.
rou pa.L Omilland 6- DE #885.
n.,, is a CLABIL, Budderord,3Mains

PAINTS AND'OTLS

L'ssses on..- wu.. s..... v., ...
Z.ne, Pa ps, pink lee.ed, Laborage, Gla
Peary, Chrome Green, Chrome FeHow, Chrom

IFru1sirman lines, Paint B


. PflVRie OffilHg,
---...;
A feir boarders 0 be accom.
.. 2 yr 0,:,,. ry
ther.g manslantial Ly wr.ire.g on
theSibscriberCorner ofTreasurf11stid.
46 OzL.SI GERY,
Dec. 8 1 0.
STATE OF FLORJDA, IN DIROTTIT 001 ET,
sT. JolfNs coUNTY. ,
h ni M .
-,ys, Casesar,
r.e..r n le son. .
u*9=**d e st- 4

ON andy Ad id ag n Ak of.

$ 80Totead atean a so the
--v r ad L wron I.au
b un.ht.I..J. .pp r an d or r is.= es a .
to id't b ino / ,
that otherwise the said Bill be takgn pro cork
esso, and that the publication of this nqi:e printed weekly for the space of Four months in
some newspaper printed within the Eastern
Circuit of Florida, in pursuance of the statute
insuch see ND le do

hereby certify, that the foregoing is a taine and
t alP cofc an d adedin this Cause,
Given usiGe7mJr harid and the Seal of said
Court at th: Augustine in said county
this 7th day of Jan. A. D.1861.
Jan, is, usivAVID E. DUNHAM, 0 erk.


ggg r
ARRANTanalitte hard FamQy use
Selected family Psa By .Bakin to
9087 800. Ms. E. ..


IGS;Dates Gum Drops Rook Cand to to
April 7-18@, 8. If 615.


The EQteSt N WS I and mu movements in
ORFOLK, Jan. 81,-The. I.T. B. Brig
Dolphia is receiving h6r armament at the
Navy Yord here. It is said she is to be NE
moored off Fort Norfolk

Arrival of Lieut.81etrimer and men at The garrison at Fort lif oigan, now 800 southern
strong, is to be strengthened in a few days nesday's an
New York. by troops from Governor's .Island, New mail alous
Nil:W 10ar, Feb 4.-The atoge-shiP Yo da eCut
Supply has arrived here, with Lieut Slent. Thursday's
intra oilioers aRd 1000, of Edusaeola Navy Arkansas.
fird,4akg On she l8th of February the people of Daily E
x
Arkansas will vote fof **0anvention" or his
NONTOO.115RY, ?**6. 4 -The Southern No Convention. They at e same delivery aft
Colivention met re-d.=y at noon.- Robert time vote for delegates for the Convention.<
If ''Convention" carries, ft is to meet on
W. Itarnwell, of South Carolina waschosen sler,,3,,4, sa,,. ..nl. Engh delegate elected
temporary Chairman, after which an lan- is maden specialsusessenger to carry the CHA
pressiqe.pse.yerwesoffereduphyRev Basil sole..II.ise..u..1,r., the .npar., e... .hot
they *.116.. II. a L'...uvess...u Is ealled. NOrth
..
Goaltition oflfil iffortt, all The 01(, FOR
Co6th of Georgia, wee selected as permak &+mi u'C'-.9 ...
eat President of the I.bnsension by neala. costs-1..40s to
nation. q.4 J. SHopper, of thl out awa pr .au = 10
gainefy, open neretrary m: th* A lamendous meeting w.s rise for
tense aunDianity. ought, la W1sible a large tshamber 1our I.-ad.
4thble and


8 AligildiRev E. Fla.,

. N* FAFT, Ef0priet0F.
Subscribe I ltho pleneuro own unce

dergone improvements ess1culated to render it
still more acceptable to the numerous guests
who have heretofore favored it with their Pat-
'oreage ss well as peculiarly sttractive to new-
During the %ummer Months alteratiohs and
additions have beenmade materisily increasiing
the capacity and conveniences of the house.-
Within the lastfew weeks the Proprietor has
re-tu isiali (dsetroomsthoroluda% ndmearn-
scles....itv n.esis... .1.. Lary Cl New veric
me...<. ......... ....a ...s.. .... .
reachr the 1Is.edits.1.kital.Ifl. was
r.. m-,. a.nice nort.I.s
I FL in IT L .. men war.x,-,rag-.ss,
"He n a warns a so .. rt.
n I .. aspzaron trum

ni pr .. rre 7.1,ice...L., ta..=.,,,
starr. rs I b .ra.elatim, rk.ur .ca canarse. |
ci e6Int. kud proleeled I



E... T. n up 4 ara un-wisoned sm.
an .. 3. e rn 1 be ( sand

pol.ne. carn au rs unr. e on c. Is
ex 1 u m r. e he
comfort and secure the ea infqutton of hisquests
ex 0 1 oeus 0 it nagemhithe
continuance.
Nov. 17 1860. Am.

SHERIFF 8 SALE.

Cof a8n E i n a
me directed and delivered in favor of William B.
@de a)1.1vs.R 1 s za 0 te,
nah, Brevard county Florida on the 1st Roaday
of April l839, at t usual hour of sale.the fol-
losing described d, to wit:-An undivided
interest of he Thousand three Hundred and
irty-thq1Awl ol) i e1t6 p rre f or
pr in said Brevard county granted to Samnes
Milesenthel8thdayofJulyl813andcanfirm-
ed' eJ n AI. IT1angonP .ned until the Ist
Moh a v T.1e is postponed until the fast
Monday in June.
The above salt is postponed until the Isrst
Monhde v le is postponed until the first
gnh bi voAu us .8 postponed until the first
Molid y in September next.
v pos med until the fast

Monday in November negt.

in u *< try .. oned until the firs
heabovesaleis postposed until the first
10.u ..rperse.1sactil\hshrus
.Da. In t unt rest
..s I p ned until the rst

Mondayin April2text.
D o 1 postponed until the Arst
The above sale is postponed until the first
n ondity in June nekt-
Thh above sale is postponed until the first
Mquday in July next.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in August next.
Thh above sale is postponed until the Arst
Monday in September next.
The above sale is postponed until the first

I ade bony ibs poned until the Taret
thdeas ove salitis poistponed until the first
The above sala is s postponed until the Brot
Ms. 12,, as J... ..,pl -1 0.the first
Alon a oi7e8bruary. "rp in A un
. Thembove adeh a pealponed until the Arst
Monday is wm. B. DAVIS,

Mason .2 .sheritr ar.vare county.


HP 01y CORIlly Of (110 Ullite(1

8 MOS

( O esgagein the sale of some of the be it and
can ia ar r g
a r... . .pe uns am. on us run,^*
a r LA i keueo jInsu' "
r r, a 1.- a ML 1"n ues Lit-rar'

Woseenslat-enter so and..ndustrous
lunain..uhra a .4panage for


op t; m..icall paraculms, name,
thk. OET2 i Cu, Publishers'
? .. ..4 N rn. tround must, Philadelphia.


TH E NEWSPAPER OF THE dy mro p fax f
SOUTH Mustarig Linament, Bay Rum, seidlets Pow-
ders, Congress Water, Epsom Sales, Castor Oil,
The ChaliOSIOR lifereRFf Senna, Gumerabic, Ms eq Cloves, Cassia.
Sept. 15. B. E. CARR.
gives the hatestand most reliable political, com-

d I od to it sai w ra r
every ing of interest that transpires in the Lamps Dining Tables, lookin.r Ovan .es
great of Europe and America. Founders, Shovel and Tonga Airdirotia, assorted
file SYS Of the South receives ("I tin Sha Cndlestwks, Rocking Ch rs,
Nov. 17 B. E. CARR
8180(11il RifeBHOR,
Politically, the Masonarrepresentathestates
Bights resistance element, and advoptes the 7. V. Hernandez.
iorns a to Southerg, 84tqe in namtaining MERCHANT .TAl L'Q R,
a 7 may, year in advance; 515 has juser arseatrom Sarannah, with a fresh
.Ya paper ser.z :.r.less the cash. accompedes the ind elegs \gook gqq4s, wh.el..he la prepare
order. to m ke.tanglor, the meet 11.shionable an
Nov. 10 1860 1 0 C. ectin r .


JI R. BRY~Aq6& CO.,


Not. 8; ?


KS
E. CARR'8.


FLOR11'8A


.~- -~ts~


Ry-ei9 BHiEilbwe~at.





mm I I I


I~ ~ _


Pnanesooa,Ahug. 2d.16680.

T70001 HOUSE
AT TQCOI on the St. John
v n ~ht~ oridsa noe opn

buit nd-newl furnished. It is on the East
side ofthe St. Johns river six miles above Pico-
lata a th~e termainus of the St. Johns Eail Road
iowbei~ig contructedly connecting this point
wihSt. A gusting. Aliife of stages will leave
BL Augustine every Thursday for Toeoiand re-
toin Isah To oi derery Friday until the
dpailt for board wili picase apply to
E. T. PAINE, Tecoi Fla,
Dee.10 1859.
Eeslth and Happiness Beaured I
YOUNlG MEN, who are suffering from the ef-
ecs ofoolf-abuse, can be surely aud permanea.


S4 QBBAlW AN POWBB1WW REMEDT 70E WE~K-

'PROOREATIVE ORCObltlS.
as rexl reics r msca
bndblesong been known here as
THE ONLY REMEDY
That weld merely anda a~nently restore to
aNatnrlSe skkentHbyeandBirgor, person
THE INDISCRETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH.
4 Tidpreparation ie not a 8TIMULENTbut
SPURELY RlEDICInAL LEM~E-

The s~ioed asire a in-egstory a
"IT WyLL bITitELY CURBE. i;
&aq Ifr a ci~rcuare~ Brasnreadnearelly.and
thnayouwrillsend fo.-Ishem. Louse.
PB[GB PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
Ganbe eent by mail Oneril w.lill last month.
WRHOLEBALE ALND I1ETAIL BY
R;. CRUG;ER Aezxt,
We. 24SBroadway, W. Y.


QUACKERYRY EXPOSED.',
A raluablebledical Treatise on disease and
weakness oftheSBEXAbL ORGANSI, by
A FRIEND TO THE PEOPLE.
.'"lda'"'"Ji"erybdyPricel2Cents.
Septezqber 1, 1000. Ty.
lilW YORK PJTANOB.


'T~. H. CHAMBERS,
PIANO F &ETx.
ESTABLSHED ]1[ ISSS
T.H. Chambers. Piano Mana.
fagtarer
(Formerly Dabois & Stodart, anld Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.)
*Wreom 87a~thidu "Bil Heouse','
NEW YOnRK GITY.




'th Cr~ Iiharlles.t~u on Hperfeory st-
S.ives theanesr.lzd ms d leplCa o-






spedablelo attntion.


the ip1 ,espnh 1u andear iq advac; nt $1

or apr ens unesthe emath reeap ni~es t
Nov 1 186 Charleston 8 .


nine, (resh talepe e e eeet n ydoots teld
New I~fT~.8olm Btt in mrnti n


--m~aL-


I


I


AMER10AN ANIi FOR GNl
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
E ANTHO 5%,

After MOS1 I 1 0 a 01N O r two
doorefrom the St. Nicholas Hotel.
The stereoscope is the most instrneth m-
teresting, entertaining, amusing, and exe ing
of modern inventrous
intNITgearetooyotuno uneedne)toooldolwn too
ledgeits worth and beauty,
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere.
we lanesentedoe ye vie3 ve bef6th
and sharpuess of detail, as if you were on the
spot.
Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their

o no8 r a enw(
Ireland,. 3ales, France, Belgium, Rolland,
esm our., ir., hean... 1 EdisE, 1 Lk-ud.
0""'" '***". Tunts.nre bMy, Turkey, I gypr.
.ur.ena, the Fiel ( xt.,
1'rst istormal, amming. &.ar.
rse not scenes, passues. .cau,.
a Inter, aTsqu.e.1se neartrnet.s as and
C&LB(dhal@ GI I rd[adr. ilBIf, Af 10 110 mi
1. I +1 then .11 Edishis d 71456 ul 0506E TERaark
#.56) Palls alABLO
OdJi 11* 8


_

gg gpg
FALL FASHIONS ARE 0177.
Brokeloosecarryingaway
the spare change like a
merciless showman every
body must have a new Hat i he
an; 2 vi 2dHarnu
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing
from.covers, now to. sees., with ar. a
Brims, Shqrt Brime, Round Brime and no
Brizap all all, Beaver Casimer Plush and velvet
Murphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaunty
Plug Ugly SweH Head Ventilators, Regulators
aznodm pah a & t 154( 1 nw n
always slept in his hat. So hurrah fpr hats,
Nov. 12. T. NELSONg


HAVANA

M.EGA..R$!


N. RO GERO
(SENET*8 GORNER

R"'"Z"taladi8n nder*


JOBER V. HERONDEZ
MERCHANT TAILOR(.
WOULD respectfully inform his friend

P *,."'te { .
on hand, and is always supplyia bi pe1f with
th os a 2 aable r

Ties, &c
maAll 1 e areouted in the best style of work-

LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
300 Acreasitwated about Q miles from St.
Augustine Fla., and one mile from boat
myigation. This tract is heavily tim-
bered with Live Oak fat for ship building, and
I adapted to be ultivation foa arro a grown
situated about 17 m les south of St. Augustine'
a plaeo calleAFish's, Eqr further aticulary
P agaptiae, 7417 $4, 7 P. FE IBA.


l1r ,


FURNITUEE l PURNITURI I
WHOLE LE AND RETAIL,
SY

$@'?RR TRSOF,
(Fotmly H. ? DEGRAAr,)
itTel SYBOWERY.New York.
Thisestablishmentissizatoriesinheightano
extends242featthroughtoNo,65CKristiestreet,
ma Ingit one of the
LARGEST PURWI'FITRE 5017828
the United
in They arepr pan d to ofer great inducements;
to the Wholesale Trade, for Caes or Time.-
Their Stock consists, in part, of
ROSewood,
Mallegany,

PARLOR AND ORAB E R
urging,
'" --m
NE nod noon dear work, all quali-
HAIE,.11sas and 6PRihG $1AWRESMES, 4
Isrge stock; Engl.au Guanna Feasurns,
i sets, from 822 to $1 0.
Jenny Erne aAF rdension Post,
Bedhleads,
et ill 9, Updfitaily for the SOUlh0tra Tradge
11Wil likl11110B IOT maDkfACluFlag Geff stem.
EILND.


of the Daily and Weekly
Obs *
8UOR WILL BE THEdP8R

$"n?[a'""o'<
a daily nor a this oity, that we And it
la nodesear to commence the pub-
1 the DA LY OBSERVER ON
RSTDAY OF THE ENSUING
gBER. It will always
seal, otfully, co-operate with
the Florida in maintaining
the party within its limitS.
rests and whatever will add
ty of our young and growing
recene due attention*
Edinferests of our utiful and groW-
ineity will go looked or with constant

a bdRiat etily uncle d tthhat'
lateatnewsoftheday, reports pfmarkets
easeful holytedmatterof iraine and
]purity (Of fail circle. Patticular
attentionwillbe giventomattersandthilig8
secursig in Alabama and Florid>

- a ages ra. 810 00
Lbe Unite STu.s


K ERO 8 ENEOILI
THENEWYORKKEROSEtlEOILCO.
(ESTABLISHED 1854.)
I^""t"C"h nhan]itngems or ,imdrove-
now enabled to oiFer it to the Trade at
A REDUCED PRICE.
The attention of customers is respectfully
oalledto the subjoined table, the resultof a
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,
1856.


. .

c


.. ros rva cons
.
** Post vaccux
i\ I
Bl70RE THE PEOPLE
o
f)EFORE HIF, PEOPLE,
on a


scope, skiewing .ra so'4g.looaWffrb-
ung ear, to mere tascinadarg, 3sms .,Dedish'efer
nograssartreanaar.elandalibnevertifi greatu-
rt lue rand at.s beautif ul.
. Anthony Instantaneous Stereo ope Views
arethelatestPhotographiewonde They are
taken in the fortieth part of a secon and every-
thingnomatterhowrapidlyit maybemoving
h
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
known m Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's instantaneous
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other thus we have ause published
8 I tIllustrat as ofdh Sc ne on
heaftB feel an interest. The particulars of this
will be found in our catalogue.
Our eatalogue of subjects and prices vill be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us 58, 55, $10,
$15, $20, or 525. can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, sent by
two one in tr =*=0 = e


)3e n eo a
will keep them posted at our own expense.
Men of leisure will find Photography a most
faseeinadn and delightfuleamuseTa .ver ch g
necessary for their suguess together with in-
structions "How totake8tereoscopicPictures."
Importer and Manufactur AN HoONg phic
Ma alssetrusatiumandstereces inviews
Country are respecitially invitedto make an ex-
I aminarion of our dock, as our discount to the
qeo gr ap h ers.--First class,
stereesqopicNegativeswanted,
Bond by mail a print unmounted, with priod
of Ne ve. 4m.

EXTRAORUINARY SALE OF
6 OLDPE ,, -E
0 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8!
AGoldPenoilwithGoldPeRattached,

more oaxwe,
rr *5.0 of
AN A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $8.00.

AHERTwe ap noin
2 illn"Miam am?"2: "I"go,""
take pleasure in saying that we Row consider
our businessfairly and permanently estalflished.
We wishit understood that this isNo Lottery,
but a fair and legidinate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the value of his or her money in
"ASE'.gsyni, "oi@, ""it
each, which cannot be though as Myetailatore
for the sameprice; and in addition to the pur-
ghase, each person receives a Premium ofJew-
91ty, less in value than $2, and it may be worth
as, 0, s, so, is, so, so, so........oo,
NO MONEY RISKED!
m ar.,... e. us.,.....a..w was,,..
nuum he will receive before sending his money.
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of 11..
aboyearticles, confirst send uptbeir name ar..s

adldr53akt g wnead ey ne
Premium they are entitled to. They can then

q. one . ....
a ..
"'"
a
u ab ep ri p hno h gh

*
et and Premiumfree.
For particularseendrorarincilandren.

sqn o .miumun@Moluenhab Ar
Gentle seda Gold and Bilver Watch-
4 ..san a ,

wares a.v.,
on sing us,,.
Pine, Gold Rings, &0. Ap.

"'co. d. a use
and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, 6614 Sleeve
fP a eBeM 1 noG (do or Ac.
cordeone, &0. &c.
URexceptionable refereques given whenever
required,
B --- so you es, write e
lettere (eing unseartled.
Address, ANGLE & CO.,
.44 CAWAk SWEET, OM


NO GOTAdT RB~k- B 0L0 ThNe,


Reliabloorderefrom the Tradeby Mailor
Telegraph, ea to NY

b
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
afacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale Druggists, Grocers, Camphone and Burn.
irrg Fluid Manufacturers and Dealersin Lamps.
N. B.-KER OSENE is the trade-
surk of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cautioned a9ainst using the
said trade-mat*IA for other oils.
Oct. 14. Sm
.,4

e *

Oheap Goods.


MEAL,

CHEESEs

PORR,

'E'AIPE,

TEAS,


eUCK1YHEAT,


**Net us.:EROUS IO THE BUMAN FAMU.T
.*RAid COMEusDI OPTHRIH HOLESTODU.



z'Costht"s"
uCostar's" Rat to.i'ztermina.
,BoiLah,
tor.
"Costar's"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Extertainator.
"OOBtar'8"
"Costar'a" Electric Powder, for In-
ggagg go, '
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
Ritts-Roaches-Mice-Moles-Ground }rice,-
Bed Buge-Ants-Moths Mosquitoestfless
i-ill?".""it'J.'1'" CT .,ama..



*10 Years established in New York*City-used
by the the City Post-OHice-the City Prisons
and Statioh House-the City Steamers, Ships.
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. Eicholas,'
85c.--and by more than 310,000 private fami-

aler- Druggists and sailers everwhere sell
them.
Millip** Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities
and Towns.
ll@?"!!!11swans!!! of spurians. imitations
I E11.00 Sampletoxes sent by Mail.
Illiiy* Addressorders-orfor'Pcularto
lers"to a
' BARRY8, COSTAE Pasuresa. Is ** ,
512 BuoADWAY, (Opptikite St.NicholasHotel;k
N. Y.
a sD GO. 9 ARE.


OO Se
50 CHARLOTTE STREET.
amnowpre ared to4ffer to my oldfriends
of this Ancient city anni St Johns county
r n "j.

v.1.'la "le'" ol" ?zh' ZI
friends accompanied with the cash will, be-
promptly attended to with great care and atten
cion to give entire satisfaction to the purfaser
My country friends inay rely on it at 5.h
send me orders for dry goods API they will%
it"fu'"',F:::'.'":;Wt*,: iggth
purchased at this house over twenty dollars
will be allowed a are per cetat. bt, for cash.-.--
You have here a list of a few or nap large a.
eartment of goods.
DR 1 GOOD &
..=.ating or wr.=.ne..a ax**>., n...ain c.
simeres, Pilot Clothe, Batinetts and K. Jea
Tw.e-l Cloth. Fam y Cr..ein.er., La-1.e. L sea.
Merar....us rule.,was, rams.nr..s pusan Deltane

.31 ne new, an e
Meriuo14849eShints, Fancy Cleake Atourning
ato*,"b i R F and
.

-n.=isannumenoa man 7
,,
sm,8k6tthenmP8srnebbnu ufJospus,

.Y"' .'t.'"'t."!.it'e.u "".'""a"
wills relerans.. to the general e rastron of the
user.,,gLain..r.rlosusoneerfulysellinano
a ouPhT Ida a ,
men, mar use horse was cons anna woru..
e..naoneeanup b mee areeuse

acq .. .,.

qg z .
genuine Mustang a sold by imil respeofable
"i'MPs"I $"2 ", ise., x.wrork


g
N the street by a Servant a gold ring. The
owner can pbtain it by selling on.
18, 1860 G. U. HIBBS
108 Dates Gum Drope ook Cand &a Ag
April 7---184


FISHI, I


CATSUP.


COFFEE,

CONFECTIONERIES,
8 GARS, PRE(,

POTASH,
.80D L,

BROQMS,
CAMPHINE, C DL
JELLIES, AN ES'
WIGS, 'PRESERVES
B. E. CARR.


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cuANG 7.



wrm Taounig
wrra TRooms,
u I at *
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AND PERMtNFNTI '
AND PERM N
n


T un any ows anmar
AN K OwN 8 GLY.



PA
TEST ONE PAKSAGE
HER ONE PACKaoR
asp y 4 VM edHer onish unk
or y a ingwn an# w a
seempdesume espedal and pecuntary interest of sa
For sale in St. Augustine ly
8, E. CARR
April 14--1860.


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agg.grgygg n agrgy
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Remedy has the lar-

geS.t SRIO Of RDy Ine"
dicine in the world.

100,000 packages
Sold in Georgia and
1
BOuth Carolina in

FOUROODIllOHillS. It

IS warranted to

cure if directions
are O OWe jiny
ORSe of Dyspep'sia,

la iver Disease 9

Jaundice, General .
Debili Pal i
ty, p ta-
GOR, ChrORIO RI d
b Gidd.

Loss of Appetite,
Pain in the Side and

Back. It is special-

ly adapted 'to Fe-
MalecomflaintS;it

produces Rotund-,
ity Of FOFIR ill 76-
Ill&IOS of a Thin and

SpareHabit.
Every invalid

should try one


W. 188 & CO.
PROPRIETORS
868 Ilroadway, New York.
For & & M. Aynda by
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