Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: February 16, 1861
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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nEQUALITrY IN THE UNION A.ND NOTHING LESS.


'0OL. III.


From the Norf01k (Va.) Argue.) and destroy her sovereignty-the sovereign.
It Concerns us All, ty she had when she entered the Union,
In the contest now going ori between and which she leaves the Union is pre.
the Federal Government'and South Caroli. serve.
na, every State in the Union is as much .The question whether she is mistrees*of
interested as the one making the issue, her own soil or not, is the isoney and one
since the principle of State sovereignty is that is vital to every State in the Union
the matter in controversy; and instead of. auditit must decided by warthen it be-
alsorcpuncheswehaveheapeduponSourt, comesa
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.r,/rn c. e... of cle .. 2
ie it sa81Ph ro fle o Ipyr chas
pletely with the best and most elegant furniture
selected by hiduself in the City of New York
wit us gardodxpDenseHandS thz t ew to
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.

ly e Ft jD i gOU mqsitosul ntaigzou
City, and at the same time commanding all
irabl rletisi t is w 1he reTm roen1 tom

and provided with fire places; the house is
at n a fe inxTtsentour a nian ee]
so as to furnish a delightful promenade even in
hadn t clous grounds and gardens the var-
inus roses, shrubbery and fruits of this climate
are found growing in perfection.
The T able is unsurpassed, and furnished with
all kinds of game this market affords.
The Servants in attendance will be found
polite, civil and attentive to all calls.
The Proprietor devotes his time and efforts
exclusively and unremittingly to enhance the
co@ intka Isecute the satisfa xon o sishTee so
extended to his house, he trusts to merit its
continuancj 1860. Sm,


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O.W
,
Theenterprisingproprietor o -
CHESif&F ORivE WHIS EY.
(The Purest Mediciizal Agent ever known,)
has inilshedd nevi o i gi, talS inthus us,
mild delicious beverage. It is coloubered to do
away with the vile drugged stuW that is palmed
off on the community, and which is injurious to
body madl ind. In addition to the certificates
8 g'AGRITU ALa a ad de
,ou testin from DR. ACK Na atos
purity.
OERTIFICATES.
Philadelphia, Sept. 9th, 1858
nu T y em ies a
thetiteontainenoneofthePoisonousSubstance
known as Fusil Oil, which is the cuaracteristic
and injurious ingredient of the whiskeys in
generate use.
BOOTH, GARRET & CAMAC,
Analytical Chemists.
I have analyzedNew York, SepC I artt1 ye
Whiskey, received from Mr. Charles JEharton,
r., of Phillesads d t t turd hav n car ill test.
frota poiPozious or deleterious substances. It
is an unusually pure and fine flavored quality of
whiskey, JAMES R, CHILTON,

Analytical Chemist.
t have madea chem a ato rf
0141 samples of Chesnut Grove Whiskey, which
.::2tobe freefromthedheavy tail 0 Us, d
thwor of this Whiskey is derived from the Grain
used in manufacturing it. Respectful .
A. A. HAYN 1 BD satioS Tsayer

For Sale by B. E. CARR,
ST. AUGUSTINE,
Sept. 8, 1800. , ly
JUST REGEIVEl).
, PA'JLI)ING'S prepared Glue, for immediate
use, Ohoice extracts for flavoring, viz.
r He range 8 e
ders, Congress lYater, Epsom Salis, Castor Oil,
Senn arabier Mace, Clove j Eg

BLANKETS, BEDS, BEDDING, BOLSTICRS
uteadPillows, Hair dle onha r le st 1,-
mdpes D e is nair j as
CurtainShadesCandlestrolesRocking Chairs.
Fe users, Hair, Moss. U. E. CARR


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MERCHANT TAILOR ,
I streturnedfromSavannah, with afresh
on tooecrk xwl i 6hh ang
: Satisfactory manner.
December 118 0.


PR 70 .



DOL .
IN AD VANCE.

g@pe Aevantisanzare will be inserted o
lowiggterms:
One liollar per square, of twelve lines
aniler, for the first insertion, and Seventyl
to r enach aub qu21. sortilT/ited t
o
spacementracted for. All contracts shall
an a d ii8t2 nt{ ti
not properly connected with the beguess
e
man d y sonndr o30 d ino .exc
All advertisements not marked with the
.ua it naiseriz s required, will be conti
& Fire Dollars711 be charged for al
nouncements of Gandidates for Oflice, in
since
]ggs., Obituary notices, when they excee
sinea in length wiU be charged for at adver
ing rates.
Contract advertisements payable quart
advertisements from strangers and tran
a ed on ecd fordillothere w
of square, for six months, - $1
c ti fr L fl diniinistra-
ion - -
Eotice to Debtors and Creditors -
Application for disan usal as Adminis"1
All bills for Job Printing, must be
an0.. deuvery or the work.

SHERIFF>S ALE.
Y virtue of an Execution issued out o
Circuiscourtforthecousities of Volumin
inthe Eastern Circuit of FloridA an
no shrecrea ana ad.s.-r. .na .r >. ..I b.= Insu
losenalw..Isufusli e..nlI.an..s.*.te l
u.. ine 1. 41 .
I ad\
interest of lbre Thousand three Hundred
Thirty-three Acres, being the third part of
sain grantoflandcontaining 10,090 acres m
or in said Brevard county granted to Sa
i
b the ne .u 1813and cant
The above sale is postponed until the
T a ve a lc is postponed until the
Monday in June.
Mn n7ulsale is postponed until the
The above sale is postponed until the
oTnh bonvo 21 s postponed until the
Monday indeptembernext.
The above saleis postponed until the
Monday in Gotober next.
The above sale is postponed until the
Monday In November next.
M 67 e iserpo2oned until the
The above scale is postponed until the
anokay Jam ar ,sT tponed until the
Monday in February next.
Mn nM h erestponed until the
The above sale is postponed until the
R hde an Ap n xt.postponed until the
inanday in May next,
oes we sale is postponed until the
The above ,sale is postponed until thr
Mya July no "postponed until th.
Monday in Augusenext.
The above sple is postponed until the
Me la Seps embi p oned until the
Wonds in Goluber next.
Mo b alem exp exposed until the
The*abore male is poruponed unal the
sh we a Lponed until the
Memday in January Jubl.
The above she la penapaned unul the
ED 5 1 So po lpoted gaul the

Acting, SherTit v rA 8 (
March 6th-1869,


our my .... es.,,,.,a -
use 1,rs.c. -..... .......ts,
Nor death, nor judgment feary

Oh, no L no more a flatt'ritag world,
Shall e'er my soul ensure;
11enceforth, O Lord! thy sweet commands...
, Shall be asy only care


E d an rn a h -my soul,
Th of '
Li inun 'e ee an,

But. Jesus I now thy mereies show,
And calm my troubled breast;
'Tis in thy precious blood I hope
,
For peace and endless rest.
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN CIRCUIT COURT,
ST. JOHNS COUNTY..
Abraham Pretto sad ]
Rachael Pretto j IN On
Gouvernour Tillotson, "czar-
J. C. Heywood, et. al. j

ON reading and filing the allianit of the
and empil sea 1 at e longTrl amedeca d
Defendants Tillotson and Heywood, reside
within the United States, to wit : in the State
of New York, and not within the limits of the
State of Fl Defendants do appear and answer the said Bill
fsled in sa.d Cause, within Four months from
the date of the publication of this Order, or
that otherwise the said Bill be taken pro con-
lease, and that the publ}cation of this notice be
printed wcokly for the space of Four months is
some newspaper printed within the Eamern
a of pursuanceof theet.ahase
B. A. PUTNAM, Judge.
he bD titR. D1unhan Clerk of id Court dd
cornet copy at an Order made in this Cause,
of Title and Record in this Court.
Given under my hand and the Seal of said
Court at St. Augustine in said county
this hid DT 1 1 rk.
Jan. 12, 1861 4m

NPECTINE.
'110 PCTSIRR FOVOF OilgPHI.
For the prevention and cure of Fever and
m vand to Ist Ti kn droude ful re-
sentproprietorsbyafriendwhohasheena Ine-
traveler in Persia and the Holy Land,
while down th Eu hra
experience a vere attee 5erpr an sAg ex-
Un discovering his condition, one of the Boat.
Te otksi mdh oL onwl Int A le unyx
thoughincredulons astoits virtues; h complied,
and exper neied iminediaterelief, and has since
us 1 18ous com an ifectual protection from au
On further investigation he foupd that the
boarplan attributed toit miraculous powers, and
8'ri 8 lico I on tiobt xdw ,
gentlemanin conversing with a Priest obtained
d e a ci 1 2ranodu
of which it was compounded. The v wonderful
Vie at t n h a ti2ndquadhe abe-
loushealing powers of their Priests,
Since his return to America, it has been tried
with'1the hap a ellhen a severa.1 hLadie an
it the most unqualifted Piaise. This remedy
's ng centhe pece et onersiafor hundred< oz
and Ague and Billous Fevers-ip sow offered
to tJ merican e 1 all, prepaid, with full
directions for use, on receipt of one dollar.
Princaps epotand Manufactor 0186 .1141'\
r uilding, eBra Oh e4
July 141860, sy'

FLINT CORN.
00 Bags for Hominy. Cow Peas for table
No 17. B. E, CARIt'

CREAT CURIOSITY.
B have one of the greatesteuriosities and


Al CL Biddetord, Maingn
Nov. 8 18tio. as


PrlVRie 80rding,
.

A few boarders can be accom-
t fe as n
the humanner, Corner of 70easa yfs e ,
lice. 8 1860.


AR L E V ite r amilyuse
o 6 blSelected adly Pas y EBaladg &+
Sept. 22*--1860,


[BT REQUES F. .
The Sinner's Good Resolution
.. ...
Where have my wandering senses been?
Absent from all that'sgood!
nowing my soul, as, with thoustray,
Forgetful of thy God t

".p.i..trypunmynar;nghours,
Alad Es HN..rhLloost!


(",

FIFBLISHED EVER7 SATURDAY
At

$1.Aligil5tille, $1. JOilit'S CO.,$18. 8$84 RO, E. MR.,
*
or e pp fr0]Iriet0y,
IIATTHIAS R. ANDREU. 'iD ..t..car...to a7...,,.,,,......,<..<,
E Is. e into n. r.L bone rriend, an-


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St.uth 4."arolina, noding thr the Canall
tuition is openly disregarded by most of the
Northern States on a point vital to her,
and that the Union, instead of preserviDg
her rights and liberties, absolutely endaul
gers them, determines to take exclusive
obnrge of them, and to assert her inde-
pendence; but she is met, at the ouiset, by
the General Government, which disputes
hersovereigaty and sets up extraordinary
claims to jurisdiktion within his territorial
limits, vis: to college the revenue and con-
troland command her harbors and defen-
ces. And all because South- Carohna,
when the Unibn was formed, together with
the other parties to it, agreed, for the par-
poses of a common treasury and defence,
to grant such powers to the Government.
And beeanse they were once bestowed, it is
claimed that they are perpetual} thus, 000-
traryto the nature of things; making the
powers granted superior to the source from
whence they were derived, and the Union
a perpetual bandage-since, according to
this doctrine, even if the objects for which
was inten as ould utterly fail, the
Government of the Union would still have
the powers and privileges originally grant-
ed, though they might become manifestly
injurious to the general welfare and op-
posed to the public sentiment. And, push-
ing this doctrine toits logical conclusion,
Anny-twom-shmM
without leaving With the thirty third all
the powers and property of the govera-
ruest, audamong them those already an


emedi.el Agent.
The "OLD LONDON DQCK GIN" of Messrs.
nthe A. M. BININCER & CO., 19 Broad street, has
been a favorite wileh uthodpro ess toibe tmanyl
and always withdecidedqxdvan age, where my iree-
Five tions have been followed. It is evidently the
the o caiefulbdistillation---theb1
be in as to giveto the spirit a very delicate, fruity

m tdenu int .xa note o eto a e
shall thoginsin the market, and after a very careful
ss at el 6 I h
unm- has no equal. Really good gin is indispensable
nued inO m es pt ic Id u et LO D
l an- selling such an article at a fair price this old
ad- Knickerbocker house are doing much for the
cause of true temperance.
d si COLTON SALTER, M. D,
ti
8 West89th Street, N. Y.
erly; "BININGER'S OLD LONDON LOCK GIN,,
siont possesses all the qualities that can be desired for
illbe this highest and noblest use of all wines at
0 00 la uors Its us edien r we the distil u'5"
pungentendflavorous with the aroxplic tincture
5 00 of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
7 00 rhMenmsingled arol isdandb idan ,
0 00 floral odor to the liquor, which renders it deli.
cious to the senses of smell and taste alike, while
paid its parking liquid purity leaves nothing for the
eye to assive.
In conclusion, the writer must remark that
MESSRs. A. M. BI>TINGER & CO., 19 Broad I
streetY. Y. merit, the gratitude of the entire
f the medical profession, as wells of the world at
and large, for havinglistroduced assimulant ofauds
d to unexceptionable purity anni uiu-quivocal power,
. 0 1. si. .. ... ....t u.1 ... ...ve agent, and a
a nr a reserage.-|Chemaca
..I L*,..-u.nd II .=.
it
awl SHERIFFS SALE.
or Y virtue of a writ of Execution to me di-
ore rected and delivered issuing our of the
mues Carcuit Court of the Counry of St. Jobtis in the
rm- Easte Cirs.8uoit of h or desF tu illiate th
Int ministratrix of lY. 11. Willianadeceased, to the
first ujslo luistini. Relf{. il a s t <8
Ihave levied upon and shall otYer at public Jale
first Arst of Volusia the following described parcelof}aud
first to wil hat certain tractofland being the North-
erly partof agrantor land situated on the
first Halifax River known as the Williams-Grnut in
T. 15, 8 Ranges 82 and 88 being lots Numbered
firpt 1 and 2 as described upon a plat. of said Traes
fded in St. John's Circuit Court by Commissiou-
fire ere In Partini nb24t of Apni 18515 and said
first J. O. MAlt8ff'
fast, January 5, 1861.8heriff of Volusia County'
first SEND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF
first
first
first ILLUSTRATED


Thant Elavery journals inik very II.p-
pantly about southern States deeding, and
cite the cases of Florida, Texas and Louis-
inna, because they cost the General Gov.
ernment a large amount of money. We are
almost inclined to the belief tha th
think they really own these States its f
'' We paid $10,000,000 for Texas 'd
$15,000,000 for Louisiana; epaid ,-
000,000 for Florida." &e., &0. Suchis the
language-ofthesis wise men, and yet all the
while perfectly ignogrrigg)balast.gathese
,sums were paid by duties on imports, an that the South furnished nearly the entire
orts to fqr these i ortal Le
exp pay mp 6 us
look at the figures of 1859, and they are a
fair criterion of our regular
On total commerce.
r exports of American produce, ex-
clusive of specie,.were $316,20,610. Now,
where Ad these exports come from? Here
is the statement from the Treasury report
From Free states exclusively @5,071,481
From Free and slave states sos28,29e
From Slave States exclusively 214,322;880

$316,220,610
Now, we suppose oven a tyro in politie:G
economy will readily allow that if we had
n rtimpo a We s ould have no revenue.-
And if we had nothing to sell, we surely
could not afford to buy much. To pay
hard cash for all imports, would bankrupt
the country in three months, heno the
onlyaltartialiveWildifbetostop pa chas-
ing, fa view ofthese facts, who hasteally
paidforLoutsianaTexasandFlonia ? .The
North or the South? If it he said that


morated-which is simply absurd. we have d sh
pai our are of the duties on
Those who oppose the right of secession, imported goods, we allow it, but how did
and contend for these powers for the General we do it ?-in solid cash out of our own
Government, seem to forget entirely that pockets, or out of the profits we made in
when they were grantedthey were intended acting as bankers, brokers, merchants and
to operate during the exisconce of the Un. middlemen for the producing classes ? It
ion; for no mere grant of such powers and is all very well for an editor -who never
privileges could, by the most fofeed con. produced a dollar's worth or added a cent
struction, make the Union perpetual-they to the wealth of the world, to talk about
weregivento make the government effi. whathehaspaidbutwewouldlike tosee
oient, and not to make the Union perpetual, him tell how he has paid.
although it would certainly have been desi. But as we are noticing some ofthe errors
rable to have perpetuated it as it was inam. of the Helperite political Solone, we would
grated. It is an insult to the intelligence like to call their attention to what the
and patriotism of the parties to the Consti. South and Wese pay the North in the way
tuition, to suppose that they ever designed of bounties. First, the fishing bounty.r
to bind their posterity to a Union which The following is a list of the States, and the
might destroy their libyrtica.and right, and amount they have received directly out.,of
thus defeat the very objects for which it the Federal Treasury as a booty on .fish-
was intended; nor could they have intended eries:-
to limit the rights of the sovereign States Maine, $4,175,050
forming the Union, to merely the rights of New Hampshire, 668,184
revolution and rebellion-the right of slaves Alassachusetty ggqgyg.
and serfato revols against the government CQunecticut, 182,853 *
of their mastera l no, they never intended Rhode Island, 78 agg .
to create a power that could by any possi- New York agg -
bility become, despotism, or qubversive of .Virginis 479
the liberties or independence of .the States.
(here is no ri 1st to leave the Union is on $12,9 998
W en our hinor and interests are aft stake, a sodg I em sure y which la
then the Union may become. a despotliifin" lore than he coac of Texas. But is chia :
Suppose a majority of the States in Congrape
should violate the Constiention.io the most amous of money collected as :rey.
agat makne we t's the 1 nue in the past Beven yea a reacheadhe

will controljton, if she does not coerce you a large portion of which. was disbursed at
(a distinction without a "difference)-so the North. This sum has been- paid by
there is no remedy but to fight, and pray the producing classes, mostly of the South
that you may diein battlei for, if you are and West, into the Federal Trea rary, and
taken, you may be hung as a traitor by the it represents just about that bounty upon
Government you marie to protect your rights rt rea ( s as on thAg
and liberties. swellmanufacturing capitals. The Norkh
But we are told that the Government is aimplyrich because it has been the point
"sproteg *Peps chailato seconeouse;ionor z
to protect Charlestou from foreign attack, transitory. The proudest wealthiest on a
and now that the Unroliaians will protect tale of commerce have dwindled into not -
themselves, why should the government Ingless by the political changes of the .
amire show sees t,-to merce sons caroli "^';be t i Land h'enicer anot arekdf
no, and for nothing else under heaven !- cay before the mutations of political affairs.
to dispute her sovereignty and to enslave The centr.ea of commerce and wealth
her people. South Carolina is willing to o unge aspalitical dynasticefall, and orazy,
pay I erall fr the property ifbt rodps e a ri db

them ?-But abe cannot allow a standing of this comesterated (Joion obtates.----Neto
Menace, frowning with cannon, to dispute York Day Book.


I.BARY, ifRTE & Coa, Publishes* MAPLE SUGAB,--Just recoB(ved.
No. 224 North Sooond street, Philadelphia. August 18. 5. E CARE.


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9 Pezae Ordipppoe Passe$*
GAz.vapoy, Feb. &.-The Osdinanc
of Secausion way pdon the }st inpt. b

he o 1 TeP 8rof
dupreyneOopra, and Commissioners fro
other States, were present.
3159ordinesseasta be submitted to

i sop ,P togoihneo23 Febrar
y

2d March
Gov Houston recognizes the authoriyo

n bent fThe people has e si
to join theSouthera Confederacy. If non
is formed thou he will join the Republio a
Term
4 secession news from Florida, Geor
A 'd" jtMnzI sat a

Texas.
Paom Washington.
Wantacros, Feb. .-14 is reported
that out liayne has not yet received th<
President steply to South 4.4trolina'sultima
sum. coce was with olose
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' PROPERTY IN SLAVES AND
RIGHT OF SECESSION.

- .
These are questions which have brought
d the Ameriuan people into their present dis-
* tressing condition politically, and these
e should be definitely settled before any pro
e position for a reconstruction of the govern-
me.nt can or should be entertained, if in-
e deedd 4 8 1 tr nd ee\ to been

e iso
lieve even in the probability of such a
thing. The institution of slavery sane-
tioned by Deity, as evidenced by the in-
spired writings, has been recognised and
d fro th rlicat d of 41,
acte upon m e ea perio e
world's history, and property in slaves
. stands upon s basis as legitimate .as any
thing else that comes within the definition

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tion insanity and a "higher Law" absurd>
between the right ofproperty an.as
slave and in a horse, has no foundation in
common sense and long established usag
among the nations ofthe earth; and if the
radvgues.of sualt.diatinction are not in
fluenced by conscientious convictions; (of

ichhweentertainfa cost8i ut 8bdishe-
f,) eirae lonis ypo '
tical motives in part, and by a desire of
sectional control and ascendency, and the
maintenance and advancement of branches
of busin sp is the an I at onStates otoi

equality and the vital interests of the south'
ern States. No matter what die motive
may be, the views and measures adopted
and sought to be adopted byti 6 onorthern
sections are- e uncons 1, an
treasonable in their tendency and effect,
and a direct palpable and positive viola-
tion of the compact under which the States
have been united or confederated. The
denial of the right of property in slaves>
has had the effect of excluding the south-
ern people from the Territories acquired by
the common efforts and treasure of all, and
of establishing a shonopoly an the posses-
sion, inhabitancy and use thereof in the
people of the north. We any that Use
denial of property in slaves is a mere pre-
tence ots the part of the northern people,
set up in order to appropriate these entire
Territories to themselves and to their own
use, and the not is in direct codict with
the letter and agiirit of the compact and is
treasonable in its tendency and result, be-
causehis destratets>veofthsGrovernment-
and yes when the conthern people demand
and inaint upop anequalright in the Ter-
ritories and tooarry andgitae their alaves in

saidp'hritoriceeandesigeealoirelltfounded
jor ty in e I ding thengukom a com a.
right secured and manifestly is tended to be i

ad as ey r ea dm eteddofuni n,
right, threaten to withdraw from the
Unions these northern despots are pleased
to declare them traitors and to threaten
them with every sort of punishmeist, to
desolate them with fire and sword and to
invoke in the furtherance of their diaboli.
cal and floudish purpose, the horrors ofa o
servile insurrection that the orgies of hell
maybe more appropriately celebrated with
the blood of murdered men, women and a
abildren. This right of property in slaves d
la recognized by the Canatitution, the c
note ofUougrena and the practice of the o
Government and the decisions of the au.
prema Court. It has been further recog-
pised*in the treaties made by the United
n
States with other powers. By the 9th ar- t
giele ofthe definitive treaty of peace, be- y


sween the United States of America and The Governor of the Republic
hiaBritanniomajestyof the 3rd of dep- of Florida,
lamby 1783, it is provided, **that ly-
Britannio majesty shall, with all convenient In the present exigency of our affaim
apped, and without causing destruction, or trusts of unusal magnitude are necessarily
carrying away any negroes or other prop- confided to tbo Obief Magistrate of thi
erty of the American inhabitants, with- Commonwealth, andpeculiar responsibili
drawallhis armies, garrisons, and fleets tiesmustbefor the time assumed and
from the United. States, and from prery wielded by him,
fore, placeirnd harbor within the same." It is easy to style his promptitude pre
Again by the 1st artlele of the treaty of cipitation, and his energy in action endue
peace and amity between his Britannia hasto and seal; but the people of Florid
majesty and the United States of America, have not so judged of his courac. They
ratited and comfirmed by the advice and understand that, his seizure of U. 8. prop
consent of the-Senate 11 February 1815, It erty, is in no derogation of the rights, o
its provided, "That the forts to., shall be others, but effectually to guard and pro
restored without delay, and without caus- teet their own, and to defend them against
iDg 887 destruction, RDi Without CarryiDR @081Q'd attnely and ill thier sphian, his
awisyany of the artillery or other publ e summoning the deate troops to ticke arms
property originally captured in the said in certain localities was a measure in time
forty or places and which shall remain interestaffe tre-not designed to provoke
shorein upon the exchange of the ratifica- hostilities, but to repel them and to lesson
a.s....,ra,;.nesty, or .,,y slave or other, the probability of thieroccurrence. Didi
1''**"" Propere., Lisad.>r this article of enhand trying duties, its the judgement o
f
the tr oI 1815, she American G.>vern- the State, 1.0 hn in thfull, .3i .:1,arged,....1
. as
Eld have carrie .
Bril.ia) asi them sea-treard of Flanda sppr
91...,ons, ....<. reclam.xion upon no ...3,,0 .....7 E-..a
En lish Government and received fr6mit atriotic efforts.
payment for said alates. Again, when- T110
ever Judg'ements are obtained against IKayor of St. Augustine
.
Government Obtors, owners of alaves,
uch soawath re rtPs at y on tli'I1se quiet our street selddan su I
s

s
Judgements. 1Pthe fuee of the sanctions in every partof the City, Vigilant patrol
-
of history anored and profane; the provi perform their duty by night, and the edi
-
aions of their constitution, directly against eient measures of the City Fathers, adapt
their own treaty covenants and stipu- ed to promote order and neourity at al
l
lations with foreign powers, and their re- times, and to give to our Citizens the f
coguition of these through note of Congress ang also of security, are successfully carric
and Jaidicial proceedings, these traitors luto execution,
with Legislative solemnity, not only de- His Honor, the Mayor-R. 8, CANO.
ounce Atrican slavery as a sh, but depy upe ives frosnell our oC Gr
the right of property in alaves, setting at and uiet which retail so uniforini and
naught all the high authorities referred to, 9 P
and even impugning the truth of scripture remarkably in St. Augustine. .
and she authority of God himself. They Isis undeniable, that we have a well
will do all this, and then rate of treaBOD governed City; this is of great xuoment to
ull our interests, comforts, and pursuits;
in southern uses for insisting upon their let us thank "The owers thatbe" for the
rights and threatening to defend them
against illegal and unconstitutional assaults blessing, and for their watchful supervisioQ
upon them. We have even the authority I over our habitatious nod persons

:::; da i to eE d, a The Mh R Mus h
are property. In his reply to aq invite. That time honored individual, "the old-
tionwhichhe received front the Boston est inhalatant," bus no recollection ofa
agitators to attend the celebration of the winter like the pass. Like Use past, we
anniversary of John Brown's exeention, he say, for the **time of tue singing of birds
says,-"noone will doubt my earnest de- bus come," she fig-tree and the olive are
sireto see ninvery extinguished, but that begin \sg to put fortis and the summer is
desiffemiconly te panyiertyr4aywir dirfe rrna.-

t 9au se ar e t Many pt and beautiful days have
shedding of blood." What a rebuke is we had durnig three months that have
this replyof his Lordship to those Ameri. just glided by; and nights not a few with
can abolition Hell-hounds, who seem to air as soft and skies as glowing us, in othen,
have such thirst for human blood, that climes, mark the presence of the most gen-
they would rejoicingly' make the land to jal months of the year. But, rains have
flow with that of women and children abounded beyond all experience; in one
Again, how the claim of those who in. period of an eight days' rain more water
sist upon the right of property in alaves is fell from abo clouds during a single day
strengthened, and indeed confirmed by than we were favored with in the course
this eminent Jurist and'Statesman as well of the entire winter of '59 and '60, and
as prominent English abolitionist. winds have blustered as rarely before.
The right of secession is equally clear Changeful skies in Nature have sympathy.
and undeniable truthfully. The force of the ized wills the perturbed and changing
litical I Y b had
argumentin b halfof clustrigho is sougl chilliatmosp xer e haev d quant

not provided for in the Constitution, Of halcyou days; a mild 4tuperature has pre-
course this renaedy is not expressed in the vailpd, if not a cl.,u does .10, and now there
Constitution, any more than is the remedy is a mingled blandness and ife and eluati-
deplared in any other contract or covenant city in the air sailicient to revive and
betweas individuals, when one of the cov. gladden any physical frame. Let us no-
ensata violates the covenant. In the one cept the Omen as to the political heavens
case as in the other, the bargain brotenby and laudaunpe! Bright skies over all, nod
is broken b h d the to all I
rue partC out in the unti st cov-
enant, but it is inherent, in the compact or The Sunny south.
covenant and results from its very nature. TVe I are received the first, number of .a
paper bearing the above title, published in
The Catholic Church and laincolattes. Tampn)Fla. It is edited by A. DeLaunny,
We find the following passinge in a let. Esq. It is devoted to thendrocacy of the
ter which recently appeared in the Oin. rights and interests of obe Southern peo*
chanti Equirer,-a sheet of high authority ple, ag4 promises from the specimen now
with filack RepublifaD ORIflorable: barge ass ru bu..oir.e 2. valiant champion in
I asked a leading Republican lately tA id eause. -Buere..eaedy.,od-smune

W titFse salon f ebla ti{omet[ attendtheenterpriseanditsmanagers.

hee Statebs 0 ewitho a civith avue d The ceu s 1T5 es orida, 45,-
ssue? IIo replied:- We soill get after that 183 bales of cotton. The census of 18(50

other a sination, tde attw to mul'd gives her 185,730 bales, an iuorearse of.
fee and ProtestantNorth" "And,"A overfour hundred per cent, and awarly
added, **the religious sentiment will 4 ty per cent a year for the .lan ten years.
more potocrfulthun is that a ainst plane a on of this cotton is long staple. We
We phiall not want an excita le issue, at ,$lords a o 01 bqlaeras a
that of plavery shall have passed away have 57,000 square milus, and can say with-
We give the above for what it is worth. in the bounds of reason that there is econgh
Whether afteroxhausting their malice up. land here suitable to cotton, to keep over
n slavelsolders the friends of General 600,000.negroes employed in its culture.
Soon and Mr. BawAno will again make ANOTIIEll 81GN Of' 17HAT is Coalso.----
war-upon the Constitution, in the manner The British Consul at Feasseals, it seems,
nnounged by the Anguirer's correspun. has utlicially neudorsed" a State clearance
ent, we cannot say. Butof this we are to a customsaden ship there, and the ea-
ertain, thatchey are wicked and base eu- dolsement, doubtless, will see use ship to
ught commit this or any other enor- live 1.Co vbetteve now, 8that
mous transgression. a proceeding, without having been pro.1
--- v ously advised by his Govermneut. And

o es h r ion a e on an e ttj sl u7toe terst \
wenty-five thousand meq equipped and that i'cotton" he wants shall be shut up 1n
etdy to'ear arms. pout.hern ports by apaper blocha4e,


RESIGNATION OF LIEUT. COL, The Drife of the Revolution-No Com..
WM. RARDEE. promiseNowrExceptonatofa eace.
able Separation,

Un aMt 5 rs a on rdi i sl d awThe b (bt81eb ary our re ders are
the military service, &44 as an author, and for the day appointed for the meeting of the
s some years past Commandant of the Cadets fit border State Comprotusse Union Conven.
- west Point, has resigned his commission.- elonatWashingtonzandfortisessmensbting
Presumingthathwi1beofintersettoourread. oftheindependentSouthern Confederacy
ers to know something of the military history Congress at Montgomery, Alabama; and is
- of this distinguished Georgian-next to the 'ds also the day set apart for the election of
a o(leneral ITwiggs het er, a on tCt to a Slate Cono}ention to Virgsons,
and upon whom the eyesthis state is now trim. The hopes of the conservative Union men
ed with more than usual interest--we publish of the country, who still cherish some
. someracts in relation to his services. hopes a Union sav4ng compromise, are
f col. 11ARDEE entered Use Military Acaduaty U

- papsi at is ex es go due to our reade s trarikly and freely to
Led with honor, and was gazetted to the second admonish them to prepare for the worst
Regiment of Dragoons as aSecond Lieutenant. \Ve have no hope of any compromise from
Joining his r.gi ..ul;.. Fla..;J.. 1.. retained I c lens 8 ucerPti7em
on duty w..i. re e s. ...<, p..... ...ne, wind, time revolutius. The Gooference may result in
he was sentiby the Secretary of Warto the Ca. an agreement upon rose half-way a@ast-
valry school of San Mur, about eighty leagues nalent; but of what value will it be at this
- from Paris, where for eighteen monithei he was late houroftheday? It will beanbmitted
ngularly atta he to the cav Irty; mare lor e t2eessr d>sh r it will lbse id pen,

put anna...... c.m used I... -s....e. as sea or l.... EI. to en-ry intelligent; mind
- resumed so si.. U.me. 5 army .sc.un.p, on al...s si,.- 10ack II..public.au party, with the
eat deer a car h **leave no
"".4 resumar.indanon rown an ..
,,,,,. ass..,,.,,, ... ... ne,.,,., ,,.. ...,, e.,-.9 o promise until
mentnow stationed on me Westerstronener, he hazeggess.ned, under mediremon ofPro.i-
wasactivelypmployed in defending the advan. dent Linedu, thus Lirsion so ring policy of
oed settlementefrom Indian depredations, th,. **size ed...rce.nem us the laws."
tilhewascalled, with many a gallant comrade, Concluding, thus, that this border State
to participate in the more exciting seewes of the Conference will accomplish nothing to save
Mexion pr or, aev a v 1 "Go on I rwr a own is neext called to

the rank of Captain, andhiscompany was the e I ro nPfo ele7i od

jer as la cl ur agagan ter vainly endeavoring with his gallant littl The programme, as we understand it, is.
band tocuthis way through the Mexionnranks "lrea y qupped out A provisionalfeders-
he was overwhelmed by superior another, an.g 14ve goverTas" it o*e thsbasisofour fdheral
saken prisoner. He remained a captive for including a Presided, Vice-Presadent and
several months, when he was exchanged in time Cabinet and a Congress maiuly composed
to takepartin [ho bloody Action of Monterey. of the repr sentatives of the secedel states
colonel HARDH:B COn huGA With dGeneral y that ha wit drawn flo:n (11 utenos boils s.

abrge part of that othour's force. to join the Sountern confederacy onus organized will
division or General soon at Vers crus.- be proclaimed to the worid; and ambassas
His next interview with the enemy was in a dors to the goves:ament at Washingtonnu4
hady contested skirmists near Vers cruz, in to the prini.-ipd Powers of Europe, will be
whide the Americans were victorious, and he next appointed. Next, a defenanve army
received the brevet of Unjor for his gallantry, for the confederacy wid be organized, over
lie secompanied Scott in his triumphal m.mral, which it is supposed Gen, Jeffeison Dave
from Vern Cruz to the city of Mexico, nod took wzil be placed as the active Cons.uander in-
an socivepart in all those grand victories which Chief
marked the progress of the Arnerican anny oe- 411this work will be done, as we are inv.


g I so ed,
and userniness in the stirring conset of bhuru- ion. And what hope for Union is fuere
buspo, athat quarter? Let us inquire. Thza
During the administration of President Pierce State Guaventile @01 assolul^o a asi
congress <.-reared roar new regiments, and 1,< I'here will bean againised Southerit ton,
waspromoted to therants of Major in one or federacy on the one hand, and as ageom
them. AtJIsis ripe he wasotated by the the" prom.el..g Ikpablican t ogress .aud no
k*retary of war-colonet letterson Invis-th socwn...y eva-ruse it, pub.man Adminus.r.

so f aru reh b : sun i. \ e a
and slow motioned method or snow. After zdain in the Union ..a.o pulthe cut of from
taringinghishbors tom sueeceful issue, he was the aecedisig plave States, a policy which
ordered to West Point ashanulaudantof Cadets, will weaken fierself, Weaken them, and lay
tor the purpose at pur4ing his system into prac- rise vital domestic institution, in which aft

east a t]ui a sP i an i us I el seatep i .sun is
been so generally introduced into the army, and overclon:
adopte4 by' the volunteer compassies of the Virginia, then, we may adely assume,
country to such an extent, thatin those exciting will elect to join her,1urolines with the
times **HARDEE 8 T&CLICB" have begome like DUMih6TD QUH ederBOf ftMJ RShRFdd thMt85
"household wor ," He Itas1brai, see enitl been to lands ali cidirqPt re t8e n io

regiment at cavalry. As a tactician colonel the filteen slave States,- Virginia will as
Itxanes has no superior in the Unite(states once de-c.xe == .ushe.u u.uivaers..:y, power.
army. ful alike a... di tale or v.miner a p<.au as.
home, an J la usual..as.d aspaCL assro.nd, a

The fo oigs ro ae r f Lies. se I e a tija jdbeto r
P. J. PoRCHEit, Jr., late of 0, 8. N., to pero11s people under 3 cheap government.
his falls Charl \\'e expect, then, that Vargapsa will itedede,
orip eston that the other border rd.gle deates well.k .

Yera Orus J n 2 1 AN 10 '"It i in all.11a Laud, y too
I wrote you by a achooner which left before the close of she first inimith of sir.
here ten days ago, a few days before wh Lincoln's adeninistratioil.
. had hard of the action ofBouth Carolina, And here we come to the special point.
. vis: that the State had passed an Ordia. of danger-we mean the danger of a wrri-

a n is ,ob e d an said war. \rtr;,1inia ending the
ed in the papers haecast a gloom over all of ried oth reolutionags abruptu... into the
us, for, horn what I have heard card war same all..rl.ause 01 8.o assoup and this, see,
is inevitiable. Some hours afier the arrival in the interval to the 4th of March. In
of the mail, when I had fully digested the this evous, there can be little doubt of use

e up n t italk with em %too ordaim fr .1gnitmenas.7
hand in iny resignanon the next-day(yes- k1a.yland upon the city of Washington,
tuni.4,)...d requested hita to aid me in and whist, snent Beyond stals do thern
any u.unwore to return suams.dialElJ. Coup ft elar 14;[the 6000 C uD, de facto of
road in would, but that he felt cernin he time goveraduouL of. thy. 80

.4. d.-- isura bujoJ su "3d e run r or neulo

ot sa gth a opSt e a he bar.hu.mas, an to as
Yestered three et'na fraos South Unrd in Nor I. and South, wasted by the and awurd

I to a usuw de Flageof5cer He der h los the enteruu n [ou inhdn
frda Redecretaryootheground that if pes.nethesseenusug adminiar.ratiDD IB Hs-
We go ashore might assume the same posi. vited. But how are we to, seaspe. this
tion. We exhausted all argument, nati dreadful alt.emative of war, if is is quw too

wean a at no ee vidmitthoerunders ng late to h a Unio vinge p miset
revenues, or inany other way harrass or to restpro phe Union, is is nor, too late to
annoy any Southern City its further re- save us from the horrors of a ci4il war.
ply was that for the present the ship would if the Union is hopelepsly divided, as we
remain here. We were parsioniar in thus believe is to be, litathe North and the South

nu ph son, nardho fritatePS Ene agree to rt pena : eth hper e by
la. I teel mous deeply say inability to re- undbr rhosame roof. Accordingly wourge
turn house, and I have used all the means upon this border State Conference as Wash.
m my power. He assured I shall endea. ington the paramount duty of Auggesting
ver to aes so as toleave no cavae for regret, the w.. a and means of the peaou.ule rs.-
In future days" e moon of a un.cruncunliederacy :.6*

A CORSESPONDENT Of the Courtier des War.- Y. Iferald, Ed fast,
Emes Unis says that Qummissioners have
arrived in Paris frote the State of South ag, it is rumored that hna Royal High.
Carclina, and have had an interview with nase, the Prino: of Wales, will be inidated
$1e Minister for.Foreign Affairs, this year in Freasoneonry.


du iss Boar Ese, of Palatka, a *
Avousexz Exasuman, and will repelve sq>-
scriptions, make collections, and seceiptfor the
same. ---

THES 50 E 8 SI 0 N
OF THE

8 TATE OF FL 0 RIDA '
-0-. .

THE DISSOLUTION
OF THE


mannand, u
prayed ushlig.s t > digSwis A'
-
WAanineron, Feb. 7.-Housa.-Win
ter Davis of Maryland, made a vehemen
speech, in which he endeavored to sho
that Maryland is entirely against secessio
an any form. His specob--was applande
by the Republicans. Kunkel, from Mary
a
a 4,dwasnot permitted to respond toDavi
d
me ten eTraintroduce an. amen
Shirty-three, I oking to a quadraiple di
svinioia of the Union.
In the Senate Wigfall,.of Texas, replied
las ere a kns o un

Davis Ris comparboras were so uniqu
and felicitous as to cause the galleries to b
learned.

or Assiness of importance is befor
About 250 Federal troops arrived her
tAy
The Virginia Commissioners to the Peace
Congress express themselves perfectly
satistied that their State will secede, on the
failure of the conference here to agree on a
proper plan of adjunment, and it is consid
end that to-day's proceedings have destroy-
ed'adi hope. Mr. Sudden, of Virginia, at
temptedsu bring up the Orittenden propose
-


:-'; g';.g'.'""'""'T.g
greed to, in consideration of the absence
ofseveralofthedulogationsbutitwill be
ste r to h reafter.of Kentucky, d

cleared shat his8tate wi go with Va. .use-
in or out oftheUnion. ? '
The Tennessee delegation arriv44 This
afternoun, and say that unless a speedy
pianofmatemen honorabi tot Sod h
from the Udiou.

The Southern Congress.
MolfTGOME1LY, Feb. 7.-the Constitu-
a of theuUnited0S shas a opted

addition of declaring free trade with all the
purld.
The Congress today received the official
popy of the not of Alabama making an ap.
rap ti of five hundred thy and dool-
ernment of the needed States. The Con-
grees was in open session only a short time.
The commisses on she plan of a Provis,
Jonal Government have reported a bill in
re session, which was discussed for four

The Congress adjourned until 11 o'clodk
,tomorrow.
Mia reported that there is great unani.

andaybin the Umydress on the plan which
There ill nothing of interest from Pen-
sacola. Alattem there are la statu quo.

Moswoomsar, Feb. 6.-The Commis.
Wise roiu ff Ah Carolina presented their
in the Convention during the open session,
fire Coloniasioners from Virginia.are in
she 4, ,
The Committee appointed yesterday in

a i n, a a so-day to 8 sheir
they will pmB.1rly mmingeon fbuMay a
phafora Prodesopal Uppefumeal.

Alabama Legislature.

st ) zuin ilbillapp
a a Sun rn id endence paeaed

The Governor he a 54e a bill legalizing

e3a 4 hTSo to eda e 7 I
accessful.

Worth 4. grol4pp.
5!.u.poisd AD 7.-the military bill has

of L odit po ides for the arm-
reorganisation of the militiateers an e
"
Beirenne Out Burrendered.
w Unl4ANs, I b. 4.-The late U.

d to she At la Cass, has been
yqrrpuqury usa authorxcies-

Isasy WAJ Epit 90*0 THROUGH.-
One landred and fits huge bomb-ahells,

of rr v 1 ye, iglityfive unds
morning, en route for South Caroli noday
p .vity in enese bombe is six and thua. The
ters in diamuser, having ashellofl
seas. 1p explosive force usiasthetrenjep4.
a .5-Acq9/// Transcraft.





te= g warke

The following extract from Ifou. T. R.
R. Cobb's speech suggested these lines,
which are respectfully dedicated to'Mr. C.
BT 8. Q. LAPIUS, M. D.
"On the night of the 6th of November,
I called my wife and little ones together


3ra5 1 91 radt of p
thera. Ti e rising ann of the 7th of
November found me on my knees, begging
the atme kind father to make wrath to
praise Him, and the remainder of wrath to
restrain. When it was announced to me
that the sYoloe of the NOrth proclaimed at
the ballot-box that should be a slave, I
heard in the same sound die voice of my
God speaking through His Providence, and
anying to his child, 'Ee free I Be free !"
On winter eve, around my.hearths
147 wife and children there;
E told them o(gour Northern foes,
And kbelt me down in prayer.
II said-invoking aid from God-
Thywillantmine be done,



Her all a ad a quiet re gn'd,
Thammeanetto thour.
"The wary blau La oceaedits ison,
Alul-bornealoft my prayer.
The morntingesineNovember morn,
Bright, beautiftil and fair;
4)naemorehalled my loved ones 'round,
Again we knelt in prayer.
Inthundertonesifrainfarabore,
A voice bone unto ine:
.&nd saidin ariswer to my prayer,
,.,
Child of the South **Be free ( Do free.

'l'he Position of Virginia.
IIICIIMOND, Feb. 5.-While a large por-
tion of the delegates elected to the State
Conventionare called Union men, there
are very few submissionists among them.
It is dowin that they intend to exhaust
every honorable means to preserve the Uniod,
but unless the rights of the South are fully
go aranteed they will go for secession. If
the Peace Congress, now irs session at
Washington, abould fail to effect a settle"
ment, the Convention will probably consid.
er further exertions hopeless, and the ques-
$10a of geoeggiDn, on reference to the pro-
ple, as dodikhs he carried
(From the New York Tribune of Wednesday.]
The Express and the Herald loudly de-
clare that Mr. Lincolu has listened to the
compromisets, so d is inclined to sacrifice
the fin les of the Chica latform.-
li esp go p d
The same rumor was yesterday repeute by
the reporter of Washington gossip for the
Assueisted Press. We do not hesitate to
very that Usese statemews are falso and
elemarous. We have the best methority
r sky that 5r. Lincoln is opposed to

li'ItERCrl4 IslMONS UK 1914 EAcal OV-
BNalks-fs -Tim .,nrr.:v eles Lims Unis,

1 e a 8 n IT I ou kbtells the
he, That the Confederation of the douth,
if established, will not be recognized by
Pureign Gover m equeuee, clearances

from thathern ports, authentiented under
that Government, wul not also be recoguis-


a ''Creole," the Washington .corres-
paden) of ebe New Orleans Delta, gives
the following:
"A waggish unember of Congress asked

us 2 8 ttot soli u le
the Lifference between that Government
ad the Government of the United States.
The Congressman being requested to no-
swer his own questwn, said the one was a
Governmentotu Pickens,. wl)a le t e{oose

clal disappeared."
SLAVERY AND THE TEN COMMAND

Md. Ts. con a 8 66 es i enoruafed
ab the words in the Ten Coumandments,
w sich have beenneraps tedM* mass dj

a m efa the ausa

and protection afforded to slave property in
the Ten Commandments-bow dare yen
denounce slaveholding 4 a sin ?"
DEA'fH OF CAPT. 8. C. REID.-Capt.
Sas.nel C. Reid, the hero ofthe brig &en.
A m she war afl812, died in
New onsh'd28th als,

A Lines seisession toreblight procession
rad a he ee of Memphad'enn.ji

mentprevailed.
Tmarr-rivemen were killed last year


Paris on'8aturday,22d November.

COGENT.-If Six Or 88Vea StateS, 88/8
the London Bear of January 15th, have
hot the light to constitute separate federa-

t e eri en Tni ah 8e 4
lielf by separation from the Brisiah orown

Nzw GaunOH IN AUGUSTA.-Some

aMo et oon heP w natbd)id
Church in this eity, may be formed by
those who visit the building. The plaster-
ing has been completed, and assbeen eye

suby the essre. Devereauxxjo km
ews in the church, affording seats for
bolt- aine hundred and fifty persons.-
constitutionalist.


Prinite Bording.*
.44.

me a toboarders can be accom.
Rooms, fuel, lights and somb
one subsumans, a .
the Subscriber, Corner of Treasu y Lane.




The Persian Fever Chargi;
For the prevention add t
Ague and Hilious Fevers.. TITse won Imd
niedy was brought to the knowledge of the
sent proprietors by friend who has been 2
traveleria Peraja and theffolyLand. agreat
While goingstown the river souphrales, he ch
n as or stojeek offevdr andhKgue ---
men took from his persuar jo te ISent-
th t i c8r 1 9 @vi ill touch you
and experienced immediateractines; hecho:npiled,
alw a found it an effootual othe at ensee
ma@ious complaints. pr tion from all

boosnd t iisrestigation he found that the
itmiraealouspowes's, and
said that is could only be obtained lions the

s na rs 0 so
certriilled where she 2nei r has non, an al.
of whichis was compounded. ) Th8e oe
,",""'"' '"',d"' 'IA .-J.. sail be-
l....sunungpMp rest .en 414* auraeny


__


I


-- -- ---- -----

s
IX Months after date the Undersigned will
. pi-asenthis final necohnts and vouchers to
the Judge of Probate of St. John's County as
Executor of the listate of LADESLADA REYE8
late of an:id County deceased, and at the same
;time and place ask for his discharge.
lt. B. CANOLA,
January 51801. Epecutori




p,3pz,-z',.....rte
Usearnes.s, p.r inch the :MI allair PIII
'y ra l...sal p.ig by the innon .
Dec. 29 1860. Magnolia, Fla.




LLpersonsindebtedfotheEstateofSARAH
J. METCALFE late of St. John's County
leceased, are required to make immediate pay-
ment to the Undersigned. And all persons
having claims against Said Estate are required
to present the same willain two years, or this
notice will be plead inhar of their payment.
ANNAM. DuallmTr.
Nov. 211830. Sw. Exceutrix.




IX months little dolo 1 shall apply to the
Judge of ProbateofSt. Johns County Flori-
du for a discharge from Administrator of Es-
late of MOSES E. LEVY late of said County
deceased.
D. L. YULEE.
Administrator,
Nov. 3 so em. .

SHEREFF'S 8 E.
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
CircuitCourtfor thenountiesof Volusiannd
Urevard in the Eastern Circuit of FloridA and tc
me directed and delivered in favor of William B.
Giles et. al. vs.RufusK. Sewalland wife, thave
loved upon and will expose for sale at Susan.
nah, Breverdcounty Floridaon the 1st Monday
of April laso, at the usual hour of sale the rol-
lowing described land, to wil:-An tindivided
interest of Fre Thousand three Hundred an I
r L et or its me 1 ) part 0
in is 8 a : $sute famue.
ed to John M.11anson, ct, al.
Win a a sale is postponed until Use 1st
Theqabove tle is postpone( until the first
fusiaybia ,n.le is postponed until the Jirst
Monday in July.
The above sale is postponed. until the first
bionvo tals a pdstponed until the first
bi S nbox t nod until the first

M e oned until the first
lio de bove sale ibe postponed until the fare
iouve inap ex ned until the first
monday in January next.
The above sale is postponed usitil the first
1 a v ot owed natil. the rest
The above sale is postponed until the faret
nowayin April next. "
The above sale is postponed until the first
monday in May next
me le a vousale so postponed until the first
dth a 3duldals ispostponed until the first
The above sale sp postponed until the first
Monday in August next,
blothde abior 9 post ned until the Arst
The above sale is postposed until the first
ea 10 Upian boned until the first
31 rude a vPsTin a oned until the first


thdeThof 8quTo a peo goned until.the first
sydi ve 138 ed until the farst
Monday in Febrain 7.pogtpon
M s 8 ch postposed until the first
wm. B Davis
soung, sl.eruI drasure colory.
Mareh60s-Wh9.


AG ENTS W AN'l'E B,

IR CYCrf COHRif Of the (18110(

at



0 ruse teenata et then
thechanial d an an on n
manner, and are worthy a place in dio Library
of every Householdia the Land.

hab tl is i ss efpad o udu rious.
profitable employment seldomto be met with.
gray" Persons desiring to not as agents will
receivepromptlyby mailfullparticulars, terms,
to-, by ad I Y, GETZ & Co., Publishere,

No. 224 North Second street, Philadelphia,
-


ye 110 (1711@&(.
RYE PL OUR, BUCKW17EA2


efluid ( st
*


.
St, Ap.gg he g
8 9 *9


aftil n 2
T that his establishment has recently un-
su one in crcoonn setst j na too n 8
who have heretofore favored it with their Pat-
ronage ali well ris peculiarly attractive to liew-
ones* *
During the $4mmer Months alterations and
Addirlons have been made materially increasing,
I o1apa styd1n conveniences of the house.-
re-furnished all el e ro ms th o I e reouts
pletely with the bestpad molft elegant furniture
ecilected b hids 1 spete (1 wok le
render the **FLORIDA HOUSE" withoutt a
rival amongst SOUTHERN HOTELS.
The FLORIDA 110USE is most advantagzous-
ly situated eiajoying a central location in the
City, and at the same time commanding all
d sirable retirement, as well as 4xemption from
bleak winds innwinter. The rooms are large
rdro i tit edr aqetd 12 al 1
each one h mdred feeling extent, and protected
is ,ra a skings.rrbs prouterside ever. I
tr s.,u g... nam ana ged., .1.<,,.
req r .r*. -- y and nJ. of an el..-.aur
.an

all kr his m.r et alTurds
/ .-.. via be r.,an.
I r .Je* .Is has unt. a.mi dives.
"r.. u.....r.ely so A so,*,= s in
....r.n an .... =1.. ..1.-1. .. '**'1 **E 1.....
Thankfulforthe liberal patronage hitherto
extetWell to his house, he trusts to merit its
Nov. 17 1860. 8m.


THE STEAMER


PPOSO


e 4

ILL leave Dr. Ifartridgo's Wharf Jack-
W.sonvine, at eigh o'clock A. M. on
Tuesdays. Fridays and Sundays, For Palerks
and Intermediate Landings.
RENTRNING,
Will iestYe Palatksa at six o'clock A. Mj on
Mondays, Weduesdnys and Satisrdays.
TOUCHING AT INTRHilEDIATE LANDINGS.
And connecting at Picolata with 8tages for
St. Auguerine at one o'clock P. 51. on the Up
Trip, and Nine A. M. on the Down 'trip.
Will also make regular weekly trps to Mid-
dlebuirg and intermediate landings, leaving
Jacksonville every Thursday Morning as azz
o'clock, Returning.same day toJackisonville.
AGENTSSE'I' It 1 DGE; Jacklsaonville.
W. 8 HARRIS, Toeof,
D. N iddleburg
Nov. rs... 3,,


( ... rlemen a nilar Irirdm ,tree as remedy
Inslug M - -j 1.0 prevention and crird or Fever
Biffoud Fevers-is now offered
cotheAmericanpeople
di c she sent by- mail, prepaid, with full
oruse, oureceiptat one dollar.
. Principal Depot and Alantifactory, 188 .1fata
St. Richmond, Va. Brancisi)flice, Bank o. Comm
nierce Building, New Yora. Address.
JOHN WILCOX & CO
July ulace.

FLIN'f CORN.
OO Bags for Ilo niny. Cow Penn for table
I use. 4; g. aggy


CREAT CURIOSITY,
E have one of the greatest curiosities and
world, I i islable surentzons in die known
FuHparticulars se a rwant agents.everywhere.
Nov. SH V & CLARK, Biddeford, Maign.




50 CHARLOTTE 8'I REET
am now prepared to offer to my old friends
L of this Ancient city and St. Johns county a
mos splendid assortment offedlind winter ary
tances tTixtowa eA y c wh
r ed do er orders how nis evililxit

promptly attended to willrgreateare and atten
ion to give e I a to thoTranant
send me orders for dry goods th Ithey will
p sydw h to e and emio22 givexch
purdissed at this house over twenty dollars
'liH aH indmalifive perac nt. OtFmfor can.-
sortment of goods. y large as
DR J 0 0 0 1) 8

e a aba { no a in u2
1 i on 0 1 Fu p en ne
gr B an ets negro litaniters, English Meri
no Blankets, Negro Kersey Meri-
as Prin r Ladies and asses 11ose, Gouti

D 13in ents 1 x d ana
N T. MELSON
ov.

Mexican Mustang Liniment.

hin inscri alone a hidinsurnetheMaccess
tism, salt Rhewin;Burns, Bruises; atiff Jointh,
or Gald, Sprain,.Pote Evil, and Swellings upon
Horses, do has no equal. No person will be
o whohn ence testdd itaivalue.n "ud
31usizebtLImment, Idaircheerful say that no

neighborhoods this. L. W. 3.111Til, ic3
< op ste r va lyde park Yt.,

m s
here." Such testimony is rose ing no o ry
day The half is not told & ary run ily

m. ... u ...au war 4-
a &*4 th,,aropries arfies-resk
** r
THE GR tFSPR igR' .OP THE
SORTAI.


gar..s a nJ r he a 1 com-
,,.s... I...d g ar. I eas stem all p.au .r the
ri urror the1 I are. -6 by
a..I.na 1 p .. Lu and early r.eenu.Let Of


Th6150\ 8 Of the South i*eeibives

AttedlOR.
Politically, the Manuarr resentatheStatee
Rights resistance element, 1d advocates the
a of a southern states in maintaining

Daily Mercury, 1 year in advance; 510,00
Tri-Weekly n a a 6,00
or Yo paper sent anless the cash ageompanire the


ourpilmentairy.-THE POPULAR
wines importers, Messes. A. M. EININ_
i GER & CO., No. 19 Broad Street, New York,
havereceivedthefollowingsubstantisslendorse-
ments of their "OLD LONDON DOCK GIN,"
,pears to be a standard article with the
GIn as a RemedIal Agent,"
The "OLD LONDON DOCK GIN" of Messrs
A. EI. BININCER & CO., 19 Droad street, has
been a favorite with the profession for many
years. I have frequently prescribed it, and
always with decided advantage, wheremy direc-
tioDS HAVe been 10110Wed. It IS BVidently (AG
product or very careful distillation the netive
on not unsp r herrC beilTic Lel)1en ed
and womati El nsed a nes :P t ann

theginsin the m trket, and after a very enreful
examination of numerous samples*, have decided
that "BININGER'S OLIFLONDON DOCKGIN"
less no equal. Really good gin is indispensable
in every household, and the OLD LONDON
DOCK comes emphatically undertisathead. Iri
selling such an article at a fair price this old
Knickerbocker house are doing Inuch for the
cause of true temperance.
COLTON SALTER, M. D-
8 westath street, N. Y.
"BININGER'S OLD IA)NDON DOCK GIN's
p ness al th3ynalities I aLecut b desired for
liquors. Its ingredients are the distilled juices
selected ratital : ti
of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed all
ienun I <1arenutso dbg en andl eqi to
r al odoreto the liquordwl icdnt: edael k
its sparking liquid purity leavenothing for the

1, II dvr erR"u em
sh na rt tase selfjinj tolethe tire

large, for having introduced astimulant of such
unexceptionable purity and unequivocal power,
both assproventive and ottrative agent, and a

une a 3 a settbeverage.- [Chemical

SHERIFF'S SALE*
rince of adw t of dE scui o "e di-

is bfStdo 's dh
November 1860 wherein Fanny Williams, ad-
usinistratrix of W. 11. Wilhams deceased, to the
use of Christina Relf wife of John S. Relf is
lhninti Id a
loonud8ae nofEPneberj e IFne theinCo rena
of Volavia the following describedparcelofland
to wli(that certain tract of land being the 14orth-

ear 8 nad a e aneer
1 and 2 as described upon a plat of said Tract
f led in SE. Jd1m a Circuit Court by Commission.
ex P..t *
Somea Wa.... .ur,,.
january

6LED ran A armism.v Ntr.11DER or

y }4,4

ILLUSTRATEy

LA DY'S NE WS


THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPER PUBLISR-
ED IN THE UNITED STATES.
Specimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re
ceipt of a three Contatamp.
J. II. BILYAM & CO.,


OK8NT GROV WHISKEY.

Thes Pusrestuc frmedcnmal; Aget ee kow ) e
htesunalshe the romm in ik ot fa slolbun e
adycme 1 gea I pa

boyan ind. Inadiontotecrti.ae
be~neath, he asrecived aDplm. foroFmi the
ditonl tetimony fromi DR.lr JACKSON oBos
tony whol testife under ot to. Citsabout
4prty. 2,


I11 South Third Street,


Nov. 8.


th so st naM i can Nov. 10 1800 R Bdt.HETT, j ,d
Inies, of which'the Prinexpals are
Idinates. A Classical course is added. Foa
rul nformatz3on y NKINS. dg

December CA A. CO\YARD. Princi5pale.
N the street by a Servant a gold ring. The
11APLE SUGAR.Must receBived; owner can obtain it by sal a 1
A 18


The latest News!






SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY.

Hon. JEFFERS DAVIS, ofMiss.,

Hon. A. H. STEPHENS, of Ga., Vice.
President,
-
MONTGOMERT, Feb 8.-Hon. Jefferson
Davis, of Mississ' i, hus been unanimonal
lpp y
elected President of the Confederate States
ot' North America, and Use flow A. H.
Stephens, of (Margin, unadmously elected
Vice-President.
----
The Southern Congress-Provisional
ernmeti *
MONTOOMERY, Feb. O.-The Constitu.
tion of the, I revisinfank Goverbillout has
been printed and is now pulilio. The


We, tho Deputies of the Movereign and
Indepeupont States of South Carolina,
9eurgIt., Florida, Malanma, Missies.pp.,
Kind L<:.uds invoking LI.(far.:.r of Aj.
ItsaglLLf Od, do hereby, in behalf of these
Suites, ordaili and obtablikh this Constitu-
tion for the Provisionni Governmetit of the
same, and to continue in forte for one year
from the inaugurated of the Presiden or
untilapermaneatConstitution or Confed
cration between said States shall be put in
operation, whichsoever shall that occur.
The devouth section of the first article
-declares that the importation of African
negroes from any foreign country, other
than alaveholdin States of the United
,
States, is hereby forbidden, and Congress
is required to pas such laws as shall ef-
feetually pres ent the same*
Section Second. The Congress abill also
.
liave power to prohibit the tutroduction of
slaves from any State nota member of this
Confederacy.
Article Fourth-Third clause of the
Second Section. A slave in one State es
camping to another, shall be delivered up on
the claim of the party to whom said slave
may belong, by the Executive authority of
the State in which such slave may be found. '
and, in case or any abduction or forelble
resene, full compensation, including the
valuedtheslave and all costs and expensess
shall be made to the party by the State in
which such abduction or resene shall take
l>lace.
Article Sixth-Second.elause. The Gov-
eronot hereby instituted shall take imme-
late eleps for the settlementof sil matters
);etweeu the States forming is and their
other late confederates of the United States,
in relation to the public property and pub.
lic debt at the time of their withdrawal
from them-these Stutes hereby declaring
it to be their wish and earnest desire to I

as resery thing pe tuissing to a
mon obligations of that Union upon use
principles of right, justice, equality, and
good faith,
All other portions of the Constitution

8te almos flat w hStt sof the Con-
"'
Maireagents to ArkallSES.
LITTLE ROCK, ARIC., February 8.-The
United States troops in the Arsenal at this
place, have surrendered to the State troops.
The garrison consisted of eighty seven men.
The demand for the surrender of th st
was backed eight hundred men. e po
The Arsenal contained 9000 stand of
arms, a Inrge amount of ammunition, and
40 ennnon, in olnding Bragg's famous bat.

to .he sentiment here is now almost ED.
animously in favor of the State joining the
Southero-Confederacy.
.....
The Rights of Georgia citizendVitadi-
cat9 *
Wearagratifiedtolearn, as we.do on
gM authority, that 14e Excellenpy Gove
eridr ndivFhas'%des? Wotified that the

armslate spised it w Yorkharehplue
ject for which the vessels were seized in
this port having been accomplished, and


mediate release to their consignees,-Sat n'

.
ABRINGTON, February 10.-The Com.
mittee appointed by else Peace Conference
will probably report on Tuesday. Various
plans of adjustment are now before them.
It is believed that the Border State resold,
tions will meet with most favor.
Distinguished Border State men tele*
graphed Governor Pickens to forbear as-
saulting Fors Sumter. Governor Pickens
replied that he would give the request con-
sideration, but could not give a fbal answer
till be received the correspondence and
ascertained the- Preddelit's refusal of tbo
surrenderef Fort 86mter.


PAINTS AND OILS.
INSEED OIL, White Load,, Turpentine 14LOUR,
Zine Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass, FLO

z*u as shri )Bonen amr sY ow, chrome Ior sale at
Sept: 16. B. H. 0188. Sept 22-18(10.-


EXTRA PAM"""""""""""~Ll;Y


ugust .
Do3 GARB.


Npr. 18, 1800.


fggggy

-:4(-:-)4:-
NE W SCHEDULE .
-----114 I -
Southern mail closes at this Post Office Wed.

a a la a .21
Thursday's and Sunday's by 10 P. M.
OFFICE HOURS.
Daily Excent Sunday's from 9 A. M. to 12
M. and from 8 P, Al. to 6 P. M.
usday's the Othee will be open one hour :or
delivery after the mailis distrikuted.
L. ANDREU; P. M.


prep ((8 *


ai~f.


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K EROSENEOILI
TIIENEWYORKKEROSENEOIL00.


on ch a o 1 ,impro
now enabled to offers to the Tradeat
AREDUGEDPRIGE,

odh atte to ub i ot he r8epecu
photometriedexaminationby Esl'dN Kent
Es5q of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8,
18 -
.
on
MATrguAI.. LAMP. y *
.
g

K K 13.689
Ca a e. Ca 1 ne. 5,625
Whale Oil. I Solar. 1.898
Irard Oil Solar 1.640
erm arOil Sol 3.085
rmug O'Itsid Large Wick. br>S
-




ta
.



650 2 26 26 47
300 87 so on

Reliable orders from the Trade by Mail or
T.iegs.41.. filled. on c.ppl.ca ior. to
gl (.IBI 1:..'d 6, A .: ar ts
Jd ?=- al huser, N, Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man-
ufacturers' Prices, of all the New York Whole-
sale Druggiste, Grocers, Camphene and Burn.
ing Fluid Manufacturers sad Dealerain Lamps*
N. B.-KEROSENE is the trade-
snark of the Kerosene Oil Co., and all
persons are cattitoned against using the
said trade-mark tor other oils.
Oct. 15. 8m
gg-gg


Cheap Goods.


___


Frospeatus of the Daily and WeeklY
.
Observer'
ap SUOR WILL BE THE PRO-

egg ft a ma to
gaily paper in this city, that we find it
nteofine ArydoeOm hRP
TRE FIEST DAY OF THE ENSUING
MONTHSEPTEMBER. Itwillalways
Mously, but respectfully, co-operate with
the Demooracy of Florida an maintalmog
the principle of she party within its limits.
All twinterestsand whateverdrill add

ta wI duour onungaan gr ag
The interent!I of our beautiful And grow-
city will be looked after with conatant
eitpde.
Ler, it be distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER will always contain the very
atest news ofthe day, reports of markets
and carefully selected matter of value and
ty for the family circle. Particular
purintion willbe iven to matters and things
JAte lab d Florid
poearrtag in A ama RD A'

])Agar OBBER
BELLY (10 3
Poistulusters thieup sent the UnitelFStr tea
ROLIDg as Gilt Agiarb WO I 06196 & CORI-
GDef URDA*


Peneaook, Aug. Sd, 1860.

70001 HOUSE
AT TOCOI on the St. Johns
river East Floride is now open
for the reception of Boarders.
This Hotel has recently been
busts and newly turnished. It is on the East
side of the St. Johns river six miles above Pioo-
lata at the terminus of the St. Johns Rail Road
(now being constructed) connecting this point
with St. Augustine. .Aline of stages will leave
Es. Augustine every Thursday for Toaciand re-
a ag le ed id overy friday untilgthe
Applicants for board will please apply to
IL T. PAINE, Toooi FI
Doo. 10 859,
HeaM.h and Rappiness 8eoured I

ty re a b ui

toutA x DRrow r a nor won waAx-


ILisprepared by
AM $3HNENT PHY810IAN OF TIUS OffY'
And has long been known here as
THE ONLY REMEDY
What would surely and permanently restore to
aNaturalBlateofilealthandVigorpersons
weakened by expose, or by
THE INDISORETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH,

A Ra MM Is & LL u
DY.
The BZieted are invited to try it.
IT WILL SURELY OURE.g
Seadfor a circular firstxcad itoarefillly, and
thonyonwillsondforthemedici LLAR.

Canbe seatbymail. OnevialwillInstamonth.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
R. ORUGER, AoaxT*
Iro. vas Broadway, 1t. Y.
}bt Male by Druggist Everywhere.
-:o;-

"qU K*cRYTE5PO8ED,'
weaknesAoFf h EX AT 8d

o'"s"""the verybody.Pricel20entii.
Septemberr 1, 1880. 17.


.


FALL FASHIONS ARE OUT.
Brokelooseearryingaway
the spare change like a
merciless showman avery
body must have a new Hat i he
can alterd it, and every body must know all
about the various kinds of flast.s in order to
.soo..x..wi= essors.variety Every thing
from a stove- down to a cheese, with Broad
Br 8, Short ries, Round Brims and no
Br at all, Beaver Casimer Plush and vehey

to". 'Tr"5ise 83 adamar
from Noah's day down to that of the man who
a ways slypt in his lies, So hurrah for hats
Nov. 12. T. NELSON


HAVAN A,


TEST ONE PACKAe
a Lamu b a Mordian sh an
chilanon py won r unn as dunge an Mr
seemplenhe espoolal sad pecuniary interest dt as
.
Forsaless St. Angestitre by
B. E. CARR
*

EB T.s "ESS '

8TSPEPTIC REMEDY.
.
188 JSpeptic
Remedy has the lar-

geSt 8810 Of RDy. Ble*
dicin e in the w orld.

100,000 packages
SOld in Georgia and

BOHill s ORPOliB8 in

FOHFieORMonths. A

is warranted to

cure, if directions
r .
RPO O OH @( RRY
as n
ORSO OI .11/Spepsia,

IV 8 7 ISORSE 5


dee, edn Ita

On Chronic Diar-
49
h Go is *
P (BR, . IG(11HOSS
.
DepreSSed Sparats,
Loss of -Appetite,

PRIBin the Ride RBA

B.@k. It is special-
I adapted to-Fe-

male complaints; it

prOG HOOS ROtuDW* .

/ Of FOrm in FO-
& OS Of a Thin and
B H b
PC

E very invalid

Should try one

Pa k

W. ISS & CO, -
PROPRIETOR4
0


B E. CARR.


FURIVITUREl FUltWITURA.I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
BY

BegrRRY II, T&flOF,
(Formly II. P Dzanur,)
Wo.SYBOWERY.KewYork.
This establishment insizatoriesinheight, and
extends242feesthroughtoNo.65Christiestreet,
making it one of the
LARGEST FITENITURE HOUSES

in .ltooffergreatinducements;
tToh a Woholesale r ne, or Cash or Time.-
Rosewood,
10thogmly,
and Walnal
PAnton AAD CHAMBER FUR-
WITURE.
Also, CANE and Woom SEAT work, all quall,
ties; IIAm, 'llBaK &Bd HPRING MAfrBBSggs, 4
large stock; ENAMELED'CEAMSEE FIFBRITUEEz
i sets, from (122 to $100.



feet wide. especially for the Boathern Trade,
I htil lafthuma lur manufac Bria ,de@ 40m.

II if GUAllANTEED EE

MarNho1GFoo ORetailed on Time.8

"N$T DANGEROUS TO THE HUMAN FAMILY."
,,
RArs co.va on or anaxy not.ss To us."

*

"Costar's"
a
Co-star's" XatRoach,&e.Extermina-
COT.
"Costm''s"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
"Costar's"
"Costar's" Electrie Powder, for In
sects, &0.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY


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10 Years established in New York Cit &
by the the City Ppst-Ofilee-the City Pris as
and Station House-the Giry Steamers, Ships,
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor,'' "St. Nicholas'
c.-and by more than 20,000 private fami.
lies.
ilgr- Druggists and Retailers everywhere sell
them.
ag?" Wholesale Agents in 11 the large Cities
and Towns.

.LS 8 La 1*.= ious dmbations
4 444. en... c. Jers.-or for -- Larmsha to Dea.

le RTR, COSTAsynascrear. DEPOT,

,.,0.....war, toresis.s..sions.n.ne
SOLD BY
na, is..2soo. "'guns.


NOW OOflS.

50.OHARLOTTE STRE .

wCe<,er i'oorer to mynoldi is
out end a ru n nH 4 i
acceptance at sixty said ninety days credit with
approved endorsers. Orders born my coming
friends accompanied wnh the uneh wm in
promptly attended to pith grearr eare and anon
cion to give entire eatisfacua to the purchailess
. My country friends may rely upon it if they
I send me orders for dry goods that they will eg
put up with great care and attenuan to gave on
tiresatisfactionto thopurchaser, Allumounts
purchased as this house over twenty dollate
will be allowed a live per com. oil, for emit.
You have here a list of a few of my large as
sortinent of goods.
na > coons
consisting of Erenckbroad Cloth, Doe skin Qap
simerea, filot Cloths, Satigetta and, K. Jean,
Tweed cloth, Fausy:Cassimers, Ladied Cloth,
Merinos of all colors, Figured saidpinids 11elines
grey BJankets, negro stankets, s.nglish Alegs
nees, Makisiaw bankeLis, 41egio itersey,.Aters-
mach Prints, Lanies ad muses 11sse, Wests
Merino nder Shirts, Fancy Cleaka, Aleurnin
iMe 81 a
No

amin.4
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without it who has once tested ita value. 91And
with reference to the general estimation Of the
Msistangoinimensxuanesearruitymarshes.

0 793oqo ed so manbMurds is ur
Ext... -esas es.>.21.hnit?,C$.ru
less, hiseasewas again), but since thefreense
tilt. ^'it":\ft""tit"tt,"".?: ?;
here." Such testimony 15 resolung us every
day. The half la not, told. Every family
should have it. Beware of imitadone. The
genuine Mustang is sold by all respectable
on t o a p winter, New-York





N the street by a Servant a gold ag. The
owner can obtain it by calling on.
Nov. 18, 1860.

166 Dates Gam Drops Rook abdA


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
8TEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
E. A N'I How W,

After At 1 t 1 0 a 01 O r AY, troo
doorefrom the St. Nicholas Hotel-

tertin ining a 19ng 1 ctin
of modern inventions.
in ear ooyoungu"odnfetoodoldononenta
ledgeits worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and it must
and will penetrate everywhere.
It events you iewMenVer 8th 0 Use

andtsharpness of detail, as if you were on th;
Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
grand and the beautiftd, and the results of their
skill are constantly enriching our stook*
of a naM 8,wan )an g ,p o I'
Ireland, wales, France, Belgium, ifolland,
Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud,
Fontainbleau, Tuilleries. Italy, Turkey, Egypt,
Athens, the Holy Land,, China, India, Crystal
Palace-also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
riage scenes, breakfast scenes, pio-nies, statu-


feet of these illuminated views is most remark-
able.
1 F gi all maB 61 8 1 BEd rI Ded laid
as g a r 7.1 note
ang so usag and an j

Anthon'y Instantaneous Stereoscope Views
are the latest Photographic wonder. They are
taken in.Lhe fortieth partof a second, and every
-
thing no matter how rapidly it may be moving
is depicted as sharply and distinctlyssif it had
been perfectly at rest. This gives an additional
Value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature it
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro
-
cess is a discovery of our own; and being un-
known in Europe, we receive from London and
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous
Views of AmericaD life and scenery,
Among other things we have just published
n LTua ni as fdh n on o a
hearts feel an interest. The partichare of this
will be found in our catalogue.
Our catalogue of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending no SS, $5, $10,


me, we one a .. >.



Men of leisure will find Photography a most
fascinating a delightful auntseinenever te>xa
necessary for their success together with in..
structions "How to takeStereoscopicPictures."
E. ANTHONY
Importerand3fanufacturer of Photographic
Materials, Stereoscopes and 8tereasoopic Views.
(fig?" Herchants from every section of the
country are respectfully invitedto make an ex.
aminati o aftock, as'our discount to the
ToPhotegraph ers.-First class
"I'""f if:'C""'inted, with price
of Negative, W
Mar. 8- An.
EXTRAORDINAltY SALE OF
G OL DPE N0I LS
6 0 LDLO 0 K ET 8!
A Gold Pencil with Gold Pen attached,
UR
some sons ,
rr es.oo

E O (OS TOP CHASER

AHER Twn3m e kj
etry, ac., and front the universe satisfaction
siv.= m an who save stro son, son... w.
sake pleasure in saying LERL We ILOW C0Dsider
our business fairly and permanently established.
We wish it understood thatthis isNo Lottery,
but a fair and legitimate sale, in which each
purchaser gets the value of his or her moneyin
a GOLD PENQL WITH GOfD PER AT.
TAURED, 01t A GOLD. LOCKET, worth $5
each, which cannot beboughtalanyretailstore
for the same price; ad In 44dition to the'pup.
chase, each person receives a Premiumof Jew.
aq, lus in mlue than $2, and it may be worth
as, s, sqo, is.dod, so .S ..so,

We propose to let a person know what Pre-
mium he will receive beforowending his money.
Any Lady or Gentleman desirang one of the
above articles, can first send us their name and
address, stating-whether they want the Peaoil
and ?*8. or Looket, and will make their
selection, andinformthemby return mail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can then
," P dese of adkg in 8 if the
o no a a



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receive a Pencil ad enaisdPremium, or Is90
es and Fremium, free.
or tiparticulars.enatourenoitanare
""iliffi!""'"""i'GMusui blets
seatemen's son and silver was,,as.
es, Gold Vest and Guard Chkins,
note age. aston., son
Keyar
Gold Shirt Stude---plain and with settings;
Gold Seart Fins-new style; Gold Breass
Pins, Gold Sings, Ac. Ro.

weave sea $e. rAo n e, Mosate, Gold
stone, causes, earnet and coral areast rins
and Ear kings, Gold Briteelets, Gold Sleeve


e b Go a
required,
8 *, y8aefd w p ala a o av
letters la d


on CHANa or rays
n c r me
.* -:.10. a r our
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OR CHANGE (4 I



MORE SPEEDIT
none reau

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BEEF,

PICKLES,

SUGAR,




TOBACCO,

SOAP,

Egys,

FLUID,


DATES,
AND
Jan. 7,


CHEESEs

PORK,

WIFE,
*
TEAS,


I'UCRWHEAT,


COFFEE,


8EG8ARS,


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BEGOns,


PREBLERVES


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NESOLIANT TAILOR.
W ULD peen uljy hrmhhliestriend
prepare to execute any orders, in a
a a ze87a y P g meeHew h'
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
e. French black, blue and brown Cloths, bl4ckDoe
Skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
Ties, &4.
aga h ze u 6 the best style of war^

TAYE OA5 LAND FOR SALE.

a age 0 i

bored with Live Oak fat for phip building, and
April 14-14 6 I pteul the altivatio a ofoe 8ofg wn

a ARis, y a na nee


reer near armor
TH.LT GREAT RESilDY
tilit if*
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an rumment *
AND PERMAN
AND Palm UN


NEW YQBK PIANOS.


T. H. CHAMBERB'

PIANO FORTES.
ESTABLISHED IW 1828
T. E Ohainins's, Plane MaaB-


(Formlirly Dubois & Stodaist, arist Dubois,
Bacon & Chanibere.)
Wareroome inthe "Biblenoude,"
el St3tStreet & 4th Areants,
$ W YORK CITY
s, .1,I"I''""';.,o, *
v. FA denipige;





Sardines, flesh Balmon Rice Water, Bay Rum.
Nov. 17* B. E.,CARE

THE NEW ER OF T'M

fliB R

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orld. Its special correspondents furnish by
failand Telegraph, full and early accounts of
everything of interest that transpires in the
great cities ofEuropeand Amdries.
file ROWS Of the 80gth ives
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Daily Meroury 1 year in down $10,00
ent WHare kke seek 6,

Nov 10 to 5 .




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