Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine 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: March 2, 1861
Frequency: weekly
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
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: VID00228
Source Institution: University of Florida
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NO. 2.5

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_ I

10 recause a on me us us aghs ,

It cheers the dark and wintry night,
And shines within my home-
There is a star that o'er me beams,
No matter when or where
Its influence o'ver me mildly streams
In sorrow, pain, or care;
It cheers me in my lonely horirs,
When all is dark and drear
When stormy clouds above melour,
\ Or when theeky is clear.
It shines upon my alonypath,
lt lights me on my way, .
It sheds its influence round my hearth,
and soothes me with its ray;

Illulle my soulto deep.
Oh, 'tis a star the world knows well,

It For all havehelt its so I only tell
The feelings it inspires;
Its beams may pierce the midnighLgloom
When all is dark above,
And tears may fall upon our tomb,
Shed by the star of loye.
Lieut. Solumer, who has command of Fort
Picken Florida, about which h
s, so mne in-
terest is felt at the present moment, is a
Dative of Montgomery tounty, Pa., and is
about thirty one yeare of age. His grand-
father was a soldier in the Revolution, and
was among the skirmishers who assailed the
Bratish on their retreat through New Jer-
sey, after their evacuation of Philadelphia.
his grandfather, on the maternal side, we
also a soldier of the revolution, belonged
to the army under Washington that took
the Ressians at Trenton and was one of
those whose bloody footprints marked each
step on his return from the battle field._
They were both natives of Philadelphia.
Lieut. Simmer graduated at West Point
in 1850, and was assigned to duty in the
First Artillery, and ordered to Florida to
hold the Seminole Indians in check; was
there promoted and ordered to San Diego,
Unliturnia, and from thence sent to Fort
Yuma, manady barren, and one of the most
undesirable posts in the country. Being
again promoted, he was ordered to Fort
Moultrie, Charleston harbor. After.being
there a abort time, he was.Invited by Mr.

a t rSuptirinteralent a the Cast
and duty assigned.. His name was, there
fore, sons by the Superintendent to the
.oper were teh boo tary which thee

Before hig return, however, the Suptirin*
tendeutof the West Point Academy made o us so,...,., warror a.

atTn itt in, Th mate7r na sa8
ed him. Having served the regular term
(four years) in that capacity, the greater
part of the time as teacher Of mathematics,
he was again ordered to Fort 1Woultrie and
subsequently trasferredto the Pensacola
station, and put in command of that post,
'which consists of the barracks, Fort Bar
rancas, Fort MeRae, and Fors Pickens -
At the commencement oftue diffraulties he
occupied the barracks; and taking the same
precaution as Major Anderson, he souchs
the strongest Fort, and removed his com.
mand to Fort Pickens, where he is now in.
vested by the Florida and other troops.

WHAT greater thing is there for two
human soule, than to feel that they are
joined for life--to strengthen each other
in all labor, to rest on each other in all
sorrow, co.minister to each other in all pain,
and to is one with each other in silentun.
speakable memories as the moment of the
last parting ?-Adam Beds.

1 it deed a va e m ire
product of very caretk1 clistillittion-the active
, principle-tisoftutiper berry, being so blended
as to give to the spirit a very delicate, finity
and twomaticilavor. In theeourse ofa practice
of tengeard have had occasion to test many of
theginsin the market, and after avery careful
examiontion of numerous sample(bave dec ded
has no equal. Really good gin is indis ensable
in every household, and the OLD LONDON
1)OCK comes mpl(latlicallya Id-erph(ote 1 o
Knickerbooker house are doing much for the
cause of true temperance.
8 \YestS9th Street, N. Y.
possesses all the qualities that cab be desired for

us a man a oins u

silduesds---a smooth oily b and as italmo
rus a sne seiz i of a elline taste me, whi
eye to desire.
In conclusion, the writay mxi81 : -- **1. "flint
Massu. A. 31. BININGER & CO 1 l... ..1
stre Y. Y. n ris.Lhe latitude o the e2dtire
large, for having introduced a slimulant of such
unTop sula le at r naul i nequivacal p: ver,
Imrmless exhilarating beverage -- Ohemical
Journal and Medical Gazeue.
I>ecomher 1 180

9 9
ILL leave Dr. Hartridge's Wharf, Jack-
sonville, at eight o'clock A. M. on
ad sm 114 ye na Sundays. For Palatka
W 11 leave Palatka at six o'clock A. M. on
blondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

at 5 2tTITa Oe k Pwith Stase tUor
Trip, and Nine A. AI. on the Down Trip,
dl ill also ma e reguld weekly trps to Mid
Jackso ville every Thursday A ag '"
cl kdicturnlingsalue day to Jacks a He-
JOSEPH SEititE(RA, Picola *

qB N dleli
Nov. 3, 1800. urg.




Specimen numbered sent, post-paid, on the re
qpipt of a three cent stamp
112 South Third Street,
Nov. 3. Philadelphia, Pa

private Bording.

so to a bneecaeocaos
as a tR msS fuel, lights and some-
thetiubscriber, Corn r of stantial by calling on
C. L. tlLGELY,
Dec. 8 1860.

steadrill s, litair a telkloss attress ded-
Lamps Dining Tables, Looking Glaces, Brass
Fenders, Shovel and Tongs Anditone, assorted
at in 8Jutdien, Candleaucks, Rogung Chairs,
Nov. 17. U. E. CARR

I in not twel HuesF
seals (.r each sur.=el, ent nu==u. r.
1'e..rly ado rumyrs slassil 1,4 ...sited to tht
i *Pare contract.--J i.:r. sin .:*.ras..u s shall be lu
writ.mag. .=*.4..,; d he**..I> LI... nolore of the
business to be advertised. Any advpytisement
not properly connected with the business shall
be charged separately and also any excess of
mancr over the amount contracted for.
All advertisements not marked with the num-
ser of insertions required, will be continued
F Todl 3 iel charged for all an-
neancements of Candidates for.Office, in ad.
agg. Obituary notices, when they exceed six
lines in length willbe charged for at advertise-
ing rarear
Contract adroptlaements payable quarterly

p Heart to et 11A sinistra- 10 00
otice to Debtors and Creditors
I lication for dismissat an Adminis- 10 00
any All bills for Job Printing, mual be paid
on the delivery of the work. 4%

r(qe of an Execution issued out of the
I en r forthecol tie Violusiasta
we directed and4etivere4mtarer or william B.
diles et. at vs.nurns K. Sevylland wire, thave
Javied upon and will expose for age at soon-
nah, Brewaracountj Floridaun use 1st Monday
Ip e 1 Itis o ..i . r 1
interest or Eve Thousand three finadveQ ad
Thirty-three Acres, being the third part of cm
e nd an ag a ad so
Miles oin the lar day of July 1813and canarm-
The shore sale is pena'tponed until the 1st
.Monday in May.
Tnhe a ven sale is postponed until the first
The abore sale is postponed until the first
Monday in July. _
The above sale is postponed until the first
londay in August,
The we salamis prod ned until the first
The above saleis postponed qutil the first
I h abi9ny p poned until the first
ionday inNovember next.
The above side is postpoined ungl the firs
b biefDueem xp ned until the first
assiday in January next,
or a s n2nued until the first

NThe above s:de is nostponed until the' lirst
Th bonve sales exP.qq(posed until the first
tendaym April next. -
o belas e postponeduntil the first
'the aboveaule is postponed until the first
h abo e on is postponed until the first
The above sale is postponed tantil the first
o An untinejo speed natil the first

Th a v i o oned util the first
The aboresale[is postponed untu the ilrst
I s sale bE 1 a anan the first
ponday so peneumber ph, .,
The sure ..1, a .pon9 ad a.rsal use first

loadayin March,
Acting, Sher m Ad ty
March 6th-1859.


8 OVery CORRif Of titO Elli

0 engage in the sale ofoome of the best and
me.sileganaginvastated works published
Unr publications are >[ the most inLeresting
an adqual e sawx-o onei2
he best style nod bound inemoussubstpntial
saner, and so derungua pla, in the Library

ag, To men of enterprise and industrious
lybas, this business ogers an opportunity for
rofitable emplyzuent soldusate be met unh.
#ip* Persons dissiring to act as agents will
genearepromptly by sugilfull gar.iculars, form'
(e.,by dddressipg
LEARY,4ETA & Co., PubUshers,
pe. 224 Worth Macand strept,.Plakaglphis.

8 El((

For Sale at
sept 2-a-18so. .

1 CwT 2
mies, of which th
graduates. A Classical cours
rullinformation apply to
December 1 1860.

Anames 18.

Regulations for Lent. was a true and faithful one on whom she
could bestow her wealth of womanly afoo-
We find the following Regulations in tion-and forever! Ah? should it be so?
the Charleston Catholic .Kiscellany of the Was there nowhere some dark prophecy of
16th ult., which we publish for the benefit future ill? If there was, she. read it set.
of our Catholio Readerst laent will be the nwhbut so and goldM shies above

same as in preceding years. We likewise "Our home!" she was edntdFat. "Dar.
subjoin the decree of the General Council lingl? it was enough.

d ensuesna1 ar -ar.contrash..o Tenvenns--hds-a-new ofledthas
, 1. The Holy Beason of Leur. begine 1,bis trann's face, and rather ask if it ha n

sy I bc en la t' February, two r one, darling!" The2 have

av 2ntsman rewronza,
Drop, drop, slow tears!

: ob n lot r ran set,
The news and Prince of Peace!

e- er,*,,
To cry for vengeance,
Sin dothdnever cease I

n II.n,.x,-,,
see..n. Due I.r..ughmy s..sra



Bt~~n~a,;~Jh9 *b F**

to AHgUStine, E. Fla.,

G. M. PAFY, Pr0])riet0g
HE Subscriber has the.pleasure to announce
ompH un an --.. pr. I it ,-..,, n
th so ., I un so New 7 . ,, .. ad .

ne words so her ears; "RUM" has be-
'Our home!"-udarlingl"-"neirer.
more "

[From the Montgomery Advertiser.
Dying Wordsoi'Bishop.Cobb.
These are last words which should b
considered by all men, and cherished as a
legacy to the.0hurch, to be laid n and
lived by as sacred-
,MONTGOMERY, AIA., Jan. 12, 1881,
To the 01. of the Pro
rgy testant Episcopal
Church, in the Diocese ofAlabama:
DBAR BRETHERN:-Some days before
our revered and beloved Bishop "fell as-

an eaa e eve death to co=n-
First of al, give to each and every one
of therndindi duallyi my love and my bles-
sing; an em, that's during my whole
episcoj>ate, is has been my earnest purpose
and constant endeavor to be, and to abow
myself to be, the personal friend and hel-
per of every Clergyman in my Diocesease
noAs to ree o ile)-j 5.* shes,
by God a grace, I shall die in the I^Ah lu
which I have lived, and which T b.orksu.
deavored to preach. I have been isalled
"a Puseyite," sfligh Churchmain," and
the like. Tell them I dislike party names,
and loathe any lines in the Church of
Christ; but next toChries, whois the Heada
I love the Oburch, which is His Body, with

s71Tt hPgr in neat r and do
and sacramenta, and I believe in 'Baptis.
mal Regeneration" and "Apostolio Succes.
ston" as firmly as I do any of the funds
mental doctrinesof the- Gospel; but I an
not conscious that I have ever preached
anything but "Jesue Chrise and flina
Orucified3" and now, in tbia solemn hour
reviewing my ministry, I cannot recall a
singl sentiment, either in my serious or
my pastor addresses, which I desire erased
Asto my hope of justiflogilon with God
tell them, that "Tills is a faithful saying
and worthy all acceptance, that Chrias
Jesus came into the world to save sinners."

whave een called "ahgood mand" "a xind
whether justlyor otherwise. T have tried
to show kindness and sympathy to all,
especially to the poor, to use afflioted, and
on ddi eamr of tr ub
feelings, towards anybody on the face of

od a n I an rne
make no merit of7how, but cast them all

beihindo b ak8,'as gnauseate them, and
in m e tounpere1s eservan o

finisher of our faith," and say.
I "In my hand no pricol bring.
simply to Thy crossI aling."
As to my present state of-mind, tell

is In b r this sic
"Nortite nor death I orave,"
but simply to do, to bear, to safer, and to
glorify the wtil of God. This In any anti-
ment'now, and it is the notatinwas with
And with my farewell blessing upon
them, upon their famihes, upon their
Parishes, and upon my whole Diocese, tell

ritha t ir dying B shopexhorts on
men of brotherly kindness, men of charity
seledenying men, men of purity, men of
prayer; men striving to 'perfect holiness in
.ehe fear of God,' and laboring and presob-
In(aw tkan e single to En glory and the
These, dear Brethren, are the.seidinents,
and, as nearly as I ena remember, the very
words which our lamented Father in God
affectionately and solemnly charged me to
cominantoute to you. Iain sure we >ball
all treasure them up as a must pdowns
Yourbrotherin Obr 5,
Joan M. I'troustz,.

am D2 H wt
The FLORIDA HOUSE is most a vantagzotis.
ly shunted enjoying a central location in the
City, and at the same time commanding all
4.sirable retirement, as well as exemption from
bleak winds in winter. The rooms are large
and provided with Jire places: the house is
surrounded with verandidas four in number,
each one hundred feet in extent, and protected
so as to furnish a delightful promenade even in
bad weather-
int 8 e as lo{jbTy n a{u lgard are found growing in perfection.
The Table is unsurpassed, and furnished with
all kinds of game this market affords.
The Servants in attendance will be found
pof e, cirril areloatdentive to all calla, .4 effort
exclusively ied unremittingly o es lance Mrs

continuan 1860. San.

0 llIIIUllLa

The enterprising proprietor of
(The Parest >{es . I .ss....I .4r Lt.*Fur. I
hadurnisheiddho e <.we.,,,,.,, ,a ass-..asual... -
2\ntle a ban rm or singtbefjecsamedtfuneda
away with use vile 4 Igged stalT that is palmed
off on the community, and which is injurious to
4 and ndinds windaddition tolthe certition,
,oqa ostin from DR L ( Na oBof
purity. .
Philadelphia, Sept. Oth, 1858
We have carefully tested thesawple of Chee-
not Grove Whiskey which you sent us and find
tkha oncaos at nOTts oh lhe otIlson Su qu"
and injurious ingredient of the whiskeys in
general.use. BOOTH, GARRET 4 CAMAC,

New YAnal ticalso na
I hailanalysed a safraple of POhesnut Grove
Whiskey, received from Mr. Charles Wharton,
'yo a lienads dpl a at t t isTj1 11 test
a u8s so p e I a xe qn Isily
B:LualytiledCI mi go
ci luive madeatchemica 1aony 1 isle unrnierh
pm es to be free front thedl Fusil hs, ad
flavor fillis Whisky is deri tm 11e Grain
A. A. HAYES, M. U., StateAssayer,

or Sale by a. 6 Boy 0 reet.

so 8, 18ao. I

ic 5 o de mission to the .0 hful

time on Sundays, and once a day, at the
obief meal, on Mondays Tuesda and
Thursdays, with the exception of Holy
Thursday. Hence duri Len the use of
meat is forbidden to all, even to children>
on Wednesday, Frida s and Saturd
and on Holy Thursdal* 4
8. .All persons, not lawfully e xempted,
are boabd to fast, this is, to make but one
meal every day in Lent, except Sundaye.
4. The foll owing persons are exempt
from fasting: mothers during pregnancy,
or when giving suck persons engaged in

e ho aunr 0 and gener e
triment to their health. In cases of real
necessity, even1he law. of abstinence does

5. Besides the regular meal, which it is
allowed to take on fasting days at about
noon, the Church allows a collation in the
evening, the amount of which is not consid-
ered excessive, if it does not exceed eight
ounces of fool, neeording to many Divines,
or according to other Divines if it does not
exceed the fourth part of the chief meal '
General custom Allows also, a mueE algaller
refreshment in the morning, namely, some
warm liquid, as tea, coffee and thin chooo-
late, with a mouthful of bread.
6 During Lent, and on Fridays during
the yearit is allowed to use hog's lard, for
the purpose of cooking.
7.. Eggs and milk are allowed by dispen.
sation on fasting days; and during Lent,
they are no) allowed at the collation to per-
sons bound trifast, but they are allowed to
8. When meat is allowed by dispensation,
both fish and meat cannot be eaten at the
same meal. Eiah includes oysters, elams
and other shell fish.
9. Osk. Monday, Tuesdays and Thurs-
days during Lent, persons dispensed from
faering on account of hard labor, or on ac-
count of their age, because they are too
young, or too old, can eat ment at all their
metals, if they ch from other causes, can eat it only once a
Decree of the CouncilofLateran-Can*
21. A. D. 1215.
"Let every one of the Faithful of both
sexes, aftor they me to h yea of dial

their sins, at least once a year, to their own
pastor, and take careto fulfil, to the best
of their power the penance enjoined them;
receiving reverentlyrat'leastat Easter the

0 mmunofe o6f on s8p
sonable cause, they judge it proper to ab-
stain from it for a time: otherwise let them
be exclixded from the Church, while living,
and when they die be deprived of Christian
GIVEN IN ST. Avousu.vEj Februal.'/
1st, 1861. .
-j- AUGUSTIN, Bishop of Dmpbe,
Vicqr Apostolic ofFlorida'

"Our Home. Darling!"
It was only a plain little cottage, but it
was Jamie's home and hers, and he had
called her darlingg" So the wife was
happy, and fluttered through the rooms,
and yard, and round the little garden like
a bird
"Our home, darling" How the words
echoed through the young bride's heart!
There was a little spot that she could love
be. anse it was her own-their own. There


MILITARY INSEED OtL, White Lead, Turpentine
Zine Paint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glass,
C. u q'ru me GreenP hromeu Xellow, Chrome

m 11lTi 2dcan a Sept. 15. B. E. CAER.
e Principals are JUST RACEIVED.
e is added. For (PAULDINU'd prepared Glue, for immediate
use, Choice enracts for flavoring, viz.:
Principals' LemonVanillaOrangeRaspberry,8trawber
5 ry, Almondsc. also Paregoric, EJixtr of Oprum
31staug Ianansent, Bay Runt, Seidletz Vow-
coBived- 8 na 8a ata2,%mo e a tor Oil'
8< R GARR Sept. 14. B. E. CARE.



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ble 1 Providence oura just uption,

an e view to meet ant otpated
wantsitndwill be neeasagry toprovxde a
speed a editeient organ tion of those

ng pe nit ar e a foDe n t
course, fannuee, military affairs, and postal
service. For the purposes of defence, &0.,
:the Confederate 8 atee may, under ordi-
nary circumstances, rely mainly on their
militia inst in de7ed a isa tinh

14 be a well instructed and disciplined
army, more numerous than would usually
ble required in a peace establishment
o suggest, that for the protection of our
rhors and our comitterch on the high seas,

aenaT adapd stoo j ti s e, ubb
ine ag th a nt n a a.that

oor of theiew on ykin no tr( eeex 1 na-
theacetional codlicts which hare interfered
wnI.use- pulault of our general wellare, it
6 not unreasonable to expect that St..t
run which we have recently ported, und.V
seek to unite their fostones unh ours,
under the government we have inatuted
For this your couritution makes adequate

The22ndofFebruarythebirth dayof
the Father of American Liberty, was duly

see f he lues at:itiB ve 's ucom.
two companies recently organized in this
City. They have been well drilled, and
with their new arms And uniform made a
fine and imposing appearance and attract-
ed the delighted attention of our citizens
by their soldierly bearing and securate
military movements as they arched
through the streets. Noble follows! the
fire of freedom yet burns brightly witl1-
their patriot bosoms, and if the base op
ressor a ion adu I on f ten rigl s

andto convert our Joy into mourning, and
our prosperity into desolation, may ther
a man y resistance as ride yourkful
band, and not;ug upon Elle OEalliple of [be
Uroar Leader of puprabr regills in our
row tionary, ma .ey stand up
....r ...... .. or us. .


indigent that the Union ticket has been
elected here by 5,000 majority. Every
thing quiet. No disturbances. Relyns
from t State show a majority for Union.

Prom Montgomery,
MONTGOBIERY,'Feb. 20'--The Depart-
ments of War, Navy, Justice, Postal, and
State Treasury, were organize to-day.-

Thea0abinet will pro obly be nominated
It is understood that the Hon. Wm L.
Yancy deadline a seas in the Cabinet, pre-
ferring, at the suggestion of his friends, to
represent the GoverDment in Euro ey.-
Seizure of Ports, &0.

, is 'E ---The
the propm, 01 si.< mail conspany and the
imprssonmenhof the agents,
Arkansas"Ble SMun, Feb. 211.- son, Sebu-
two, Washington and Cranford courake
gives I,* Union major y. and the same
... c., no,

cleared purge oi she compact of union
from which ive have withdrawn, was "to
estabilds justice, ensure domestic tranquil-
ily, for use cowamon defence, pm-
mou- welsare, and secure the blessings 0

h i (1 adgee j.uof r-
eigar States now composing the Confedera-
cy, it had beca perverted front the pur-
poses Sir wirich it was ordained, and ceased
to answer he ends for which it was estab-

I a ee a hal, ar to Matheba
concerned, the government createdby that
dampact atiould cease to exist, in this they
asser1 dthe fight whiloh the De.
on epend nee in 776 defined
t n enable Of e hue naode ca-

Stated, winre the floul judges, each for sit-

The impastial, enlightened verdict of

our a a ea bodkeno set a
of men will judge the sincerity with which
we have labored to preserve the govern-
anent of our Fatheran in its spirit.

birth9 f jets tes, a[yd he an
firmed, and resiBrmed, in the Bills, of
gbiadj the States subsequentlyndmitted
inth aion of 1789, nudeniably recog-
people the wer to resume the
vern nt. egate e purpose of the
If, wasthustbit thesovereign bates here
sepresentedseceededfrom thatpoofederacy,
and as is by an hbund of labgukge that this
ackhas been denominated revyintion. They
have orme a new allegianc but within

The rig of we n and of p pmmai
not. beca disturbed. The agent through
which they communicate with foreign na-
trous asebanged, but this does not neces-

ulydmserqt th reinte na ional relatio{h^
traubilrOD from the former EDIOh to the
present Confederacy has not proceededfrom
a disreg d on our part of just obligatione'

to enlsivate peace and commerce with all
natiops; if we may not hopp to avoid war'

2 e n, y ato as eds a ne oe e
Doubly justified by the absence of virrong
on our part, and wanton aggression on this
art of othesse there annbe p nom f

the people of the Confederate States will
be tand equal to by measures to deknAn

agrienitural people, whose obief interest is
nthe productwoof adousuan on

policy is peace and obe freen trade which
our necessities will permit is is alike

e n a land th if a tohnson w lm
buythatthereshouldbethefewest raction-

up:: .1-ed::
benresq oup .and any spa tyrIpg or
a n a m me.ican Union,
most follow, therefore, thathuntualiaterests
paid invite good will.and had oflices.
I rluso t min

a meet shph gency, and main ephy
e ea
floos rp
We have ensured upon a cate9r ,indo-

we have vainly endeavibred to secury tran-
quility, and outsin respect for the rights to
widich we were entitled. As a necessaty,
*nne not as aoolsMot, jioba db at al
or opergle must bPe4tirected to the sticoese-
J conduped up own attain, and the per-
petany of the Contgjoyacy wisiola we have
termed. It a just pgypeption of assual
interest shall perms up peaceably so pursue

pd} cal eca y most
if this be aied us, and the inksPF 9
our territorgeodgarisdiction shallbe -
ed, as will putomann for us, with firm re-
stolyq, to appeal to arms, and sus .#9

s an me El o pi a
confederdayit isreques.teII..[rhereshoulJ OF A
be so much w homagerner y shasthe welfare SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY.

ofh enhouldtible t Anotofe e
antagonisms are engendered, which must THE PROSPECT,
and should result in a separation. 7
Actuated solely by a desire to preserve The advices from Washin ton are' by
our own rights, and to promote our own no means encouraging, on to contrary
welfare the separation of the Confederate they announce preparation for a coming
States has beendm I e b no aggression conflict. All the indications now are that

aboisi ur industrial pno me the Republican party, encouraged by the
received no checks the cultivation of our recent elections in Virginia, Tennessee,
fields has progressed as heretofore and even Arkansas, and Massouri, resulting against
should we be involved in war, there would Convention, are resolved not only against
be n eo itdhe ble diminution ofh ee compromise guarantees, but upon a war

stituted our exports, and in which the for co-erolon and subjection of the South.
commercial world has an interest scarcely In the States above named the dgetrine of
loits than our own. This common interest the Old Consolidation Federalists is now

r t Tya toonsutrr onwljn y predominant, and Democracy and States
obstruct its transmission to foreign markets Eights willaeon be among namid.2,s that
a course of coziduct which would be as un. toere; 115 1800 the people entered their
just towards its as it would be detrimental verdict against the Fede.-alist consolidation
rthe1 man act Idan commercial i partyupon a full submission to them of the
action of the government from which we question of confederation or consolidation,
have separated, a policy so detrimental to and Twomas JEFFERSON, the President
thecivilizedworldthe NorthernStatesiu. eleetbecame the exponeneofthe States
eluded, could not be dictated by even the Rights party. ViFginia- 404'. Kentucky
strongesth ease to inflict Jury upon u" led the way to this result, and in 1798 the

will rest no em, tanrd thereapons it people of these wo States spleninly de
millions will bear testimony to the folly claredby their resolution of that date that
and wickedness of the aggressors. In the the confederate States were sovereign and

Inheantime, there wild main to us, besides independent apd had a right to resume
the well knary remeesources for rseWiff ass, ws.,w,.,
upon the commerce of an enemy become necessary for their safety and hap
.Experience in public stations of a sub. pines, apd up to this time this has been
ordinate ade to dais which ydorhkindness their political creddy and also that of the
as con edd taught use at care> Jefferson Democratic party. The people

office nlovimppoin ment are the price of shose States have fallen oil from political
errors to forgive, many deficiencies to toln( faith, and the degenerate sons of a noble
ate, but you shall not find in me either a anoeEfff forgitfti Of their origin and sink-
want othee lit thae a et lia is ingfrom manhood with a cringing subser.

enduring affection. Your generosity hu viency to power and Executive patronage/
bestowed a on me an ungespyred distino- lieve barely surrougero4 themselves to

::c-a'=s::::.:-:.::.u:.e e:::,w::::,::::::,,t-a-:
me ), dup n Cuanwisdom andep r e- eral consolidation party. Oh! how have

perforinancti of the duty r aired at na the mighty fallen! 31iserable submission-
buWe the changed the cont o se liel r hae eva la a itibe-

th ra, h lue Coformed byd our party that has risen into power by their
in their exposition of it. In the edicia agency nod will maintain it by their de-
construction it has received, we are a grading servility. Already has that party
light whichrevealsitatruemeaning. Thus in their midst erected battaides and
ed rbn 2 hed p at t liirican In ad pe m to
all oilices are but trusts held for the peo- subjection to its ultimate p the
e, andoth del gas llpowenb d li en overthrow of the constitution it ost e ea-
in the performance of my n ice, though 1 tablishment of a despotism; and yet no
may disappoint your expectations, t to semitiveness is manifested to this enoroach-
oo il and anom i welet me no ir Ci ino vene raised
my entrance into chee e,
!::"2 ;\:@;':; bu 86 rut rykurunn brouttered

ad 00 0w as wh r General Soort.
o be made see not waghed in the balance The Sourk (aroleman operstarba fillowP.
against honor, right, It(terty and equality. When Lieut Scott had resigned from th,
Obstacles mayretard ey cannotion pre- United States Army, from a promotion
progress modepents tu oveubb agdhe commenced thedl evo

Reverently let us invoke the God of our Intionary officers induced hi topeturn to

ate a site rmy, and thr ah his itituence pro,
establish and stansmit to their posterity' When General Scott was elected Lieut.
With the contionance of flis favor, ever enant Generalit was by the vote of Judge

perityo pay 80ush Carolina for ply noble act which
Mgh. ALetter from Fort Sumter received placed bim above his enemies. He has
at Winshingtonfrom Capt Doubleday, one nagratefully repaid her by forgetting that

4 oiin named dyggi8mo negthe he was born in a Southern State, and tak.
ble battery qn Olymminga' Point, of rail road ing command of the enemies of the South
iron, arid Ibag a terrible fight cats be made who are now plotting its intended subju-
from tha$point.-:s.The strength of thatposi. gation.
tion as it has cow *99 p age, and standing,
as it does, five-eighthap(4 mile from Forr, Fazzzza Is Noura CAsorzNA -Char.
82mter, will epalde sh pply parolinians leston, Feb, J.8.-44vipes received here

Mo e wFhumal bpey ep Id 7pr ord indicate that North parplian is like a ripe
rapidly, and its streagshis nowmaob as will pippin, ag4 will, of necessity, drop intg our
widigstso4thogans on BortSwater, success- lap. The "Old }forth Spape" myves glyw.
. y.---Bakippore Am. }up ago, -

graphas seconna of h..w she laws of the
elepoon of fion. Jansason Davis, as
President, of the Confederate States, was
received sit th, e..pital of,4fissi.4sippi-his
own home. It was an .;iration worthy of
the man and of the high oilice to whies he
has been elected without solicitation no his
part. What is there said of the joy and
satisfaction of the gallant people of Missis.
sippi on this happy event, remarks the llel-
tu, may be extended to the people of Lou-
iniana, who with one voice and heart com-
inend and applaud the choice. It might
have added, with equal truth, that the peo
ple of the Golifederate States, aluiost with
out exception, commend and applaud die
choice of one whose great military and civil
virtues, high and dauntless courage, and
wonderful energy and administrative abili.
ty, give him claims to the coulidence and
affection of the people second to none other
in the Confederney*
The same paper drawsa contrastbetween
the Chief Magistrates of the two Republies.
The great, selfauflicient, highly refined,
enlightened c.nil civilized North chooses as
the highestallice ife Republic, a coarse,
second-rate hooster yer, without eiluea/
tion, with no experience in statesmanship
upd of manners and attainmense which un*
fit (fign fog the society of refined gentlemen
..,,,,.,,.a s..,,,,, i ., ,,. ,sy..
the ightest evidence of that energy ad
force of charneter which sometimes induce
people to overlook defective education and
rude manners-such a man for President,
and an illfeatured, nasal-whibing, ordinary,
fourth-rate Senator nod lawyer for Vice-
On the other hand, the South-the bar-
barous and benighted South-has chosen
as its President one who, as a soldier,
------odoratoraian I

the late Repubho of the United Sated; and
for its Vice-President a man who, during
his loed 8 servkea rethel00ngresist arti

and all sections with a respect, admiration
and confidence which no other man has
commanded in the councils of the nation
since the days of CLAY and Caronous.
There skily are Idacolts and Hamlin-
DAvIs and Look upon the

something New on the slavory Ques-
The New York a Book, the pros
pectus of which will be found in ouradver

t Tasot n a leavery usa5 oorigit
tiolds thd blue pualston of alse negro sal thy
14ewritis nor idev.4ykr #He get Tud]fnbura-

e marrue"e"inquir intodueesp d due?

God t..uu\erate on as per
eign country other than the ports this
Confederacy. Ad.3pkJ ,
The Presidem us..J.: use nom-

in1oc t of6' c eTH r
ofGeas a
dec ti, y of the Treasury-Hon. C. G.
Memminger, of Sundi Carolina*
&cretary of IVar-Hoo. L. Pope Wal-
her, of Alfama.
From Washington.
WAsal.veroiy, Feb. 21.---In the Senate
the Postal Service Bill was debased-
Mr. Hunter, of Va., apoke against the
ithdrawal of service in the Confederate

in the House Staton's For Bill
the principal subjeo1 of debate, T8
there was no action taken on it. Other
proceedings unimportnus,
the Senate, in Executive Seasion, re-
of shetouconium S)ecretary Black as Jisatise
la the Peace Couvoution to-morroir 22
ois, Phony 9 a, New Jersey, Ohio
ahe B ddIsl8sate 11probably vVise for
will probably be divid postenon. rginia

Comatodore Tattnall.
The following announcement, whie's we
find I eillAtTI a us b rer as of

readers. The letter is addressed to Mr
saw..a v. oadlybellof Augsista.'"
"dAcK r's 11Asitory, Air 10, 1861.
'917 DEAR Cousis:-- 1 start for \\nsh-
in tou to-mor a for t pru 0 <> resigue
President and taking respeeud leave of
him, I then go at usee to IBavaunals. I
write oflicially co-day to Governor Brown,
.n ortuing islan of my movensents.

'aseverm a r friends, aban age when new friendship
will be diflicult to form. I cannot how,
eve so er co aid ratio co6 eeH: o'ata.

(digned) "Jaman Turnals. "
"Edward F. Quabell.

hits an 20 thall, to
no r, cou sun n een atit hs infor a
attained highefhonors, or wore thenia more
adefully, than Commodore Tatinall, and
as native Gleorgsa will extend to but no
com onAwe conneconstitutionalist suggests

tat he should recove in that chy "a put
dreceptionly rtli v asha s to

eicyd, will not be behind anyof vber sister
in ing 8 us 1.unant 110 sell poss.,Iy l'
here la al da ,a so an en 0 as

our appreanuars of bra anatinguished or

0 edejow b < more to

relan.e d an inferior so a sup.:rior ruct 11 fla.3en .Inc.ed over shem n"
Theitrgumous it advances are non-I and ship allmeda J Word, C I Hinekie

let asa8ua e edb stnic rot eapo Co airkned to blesare IJrighanuP, IMdwin R
ferept being fro a the white man-that to MalJor japs. Enele. pousigdb4

that two races egr a mal amate, and th Brig IIsrald OODAlgged 40 W. B. Giles
mixed progeny become as sterile as the We ha e been unable to learn authorita-
mute. In holds that the slavery question lively the Imapediate canoe of thib seisuse.

white span, with the accident of a black according to promise rgxa guns,
skin. Those who feel interested in this As the Southern Angress have already
object, and all just now, must be, are re- elected a Fresident of the Confe..LraE=
feribd to ity terms, ho, in another column. S,, eas A v Br niningined, we
**bring something from Montgoruce y" this
Mir 7 Dequesne Greys, a leading unse.-devannah Netos.
xpilitary company of Pittsburg, held a A
mating on the evening prior to the arrie 0 Ilius la a on ORDERJW HOME.
yal of Mr. Licenin at that city, isnd unanie the inventorof the Te ---Mr. J.P.dLindsay,
mously refuseby take part in the forma{ America," left herelashni 1 f \ a fit 8
reception apoorded hinw The Greys, is toqOi where he has beeri ordered by
will be remewhered, noted sea as guard of Fr dent of the Army Alanqfacturing
honor to the Prince of Wales eq 1) n ps, gn y. Id is supTe4 that he will be
page though Pittsburg, @er rh, Iling a rge amoon) of arms

gg, The follow ag vessels were yester-
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ifATURDAY(HAR 9, 1861*

ag* JAmas But Esa., of Palatka, Fla., is
duly authorized to act as Agent for the Sr.
Avoustma Examusn, and willreceivesub.*
scriptions, make collections, and rteeipt for the

OF 1 .

army for thetollowing corrected list of the oA-
c neby.,f mu-, s tate U. e. A.
M.><.r L. B. McLays, U. 8: A.
ARior Edward R. Harden.
WD Smithlate U SA Ifarvefr Thompson
I he 9ra

co /UUs it rines a tr seen.
AlbertShakfU 8 A W W EtrklandIsle B
800 Dearing, USA Marines, Adjutant
AF Cone, USA John Milledge, Jr
oe8 I e U A s di g Mcintosh
AAF Ilill,1ste U N Bedney F eD old.

Thos A Maddox E 8 Willis, U 8 Csdes
Garnet drews; fr J A WA U US es
0.0 P u.unson. Jr John M.-P Berrien
r .11 u low..,; 0 scadwo aquad can
us.=pIs et ance
secoND BEarxEST
cound W st r walker. late E 4.5.
,.. ,

"@=uA ag dent

Gentlesson pf the Congr4ss of the Cost-
federats8tasesqffsperica,1'Tiersds and
buses- Offisent,*,-Called to the dtifacult
res satna n5a b

have instituted, I approach the discharge
of the duties assigned see with humble dis-
trust of air abiliticeshe with a sustaining
loonadence in the wisdom of those who are

,Pga oan medin he dmini r 1 n
the virtue and patriotism of the people
Lookisg forward to the speedy establish-
inent of a permacent government, to take
th.. fla.x us this, and which, by ite greater
morePdad physical .power will be better
abs tone ash wit the an dix* ies

II euTr upon the94husies
wal 14 hope tl t the b ginningof our

s ad F la ile on c. < c. ur =3
useucof due mep r.ue exmence of an'depea-
ence ducts we leave asserted, and, wid.
the blessingo oridence, Intend to main-
Main. ...
* Our seednt didan was achieved in a
me upn4s aled a.mong nations-the



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Un US .1 8mead, U.S.1
naar use
.1 'UU 8 ra ored
ARAL ...r USA news elevenand
Robt a :r.. ra. Ob .1 AP ur+was
1 Its id An '*ni ..... Fore
John Howard John Baden,178 Cadet
oa J G Blquat a
RH Atkinrseen B ; Jr
F 3 Myers at 11sat
9 le an class a main 1.... bean chosen .ss
the why ..... s..- not, ...4
so a ters or che second Regi.
--- -.
THE rBOUND QURSEDr.valL sabeaription
is being raised in Virginia to purchase time
birth phee of Gen. Geort, in Dinwiddle
Couu y, l..b.- pl.eel und ra trust, which
is to press us chdd from ever le-
ing born on the same spot.
lash. T = im orted
into Ne\r York, the past year, is 101,-
914, Q0
(EditorialCorrespondesceofthiSavi News)
blosToondity, Feb. 19 1861.
The impression is gain g here that we
will Into .. ens0s..r. wall e Shaeolo Gov-
ernment. All agrbe as to the utter mad.

a pson IP is to be fa -
has the same tradne mad inartisation. ..,s
41.. part of ahe Nursigern fararies that has
All <" E'* -.nI. Os a -it ...I. y out of the
Union, will surpel the itspublieaks terseek

teau 1 b la ce Ip: v tw
on themselves Judging from the tune of
hia fate-speedies and tho.preparations that
are going forward North, Lincoln ^will at-
tempt to retake the timein foFts, and te)
United t '1'nzis wilipossen ti 1 thou
emion, but will be found to be utteily in-
practicable. Thelessiti is one 1ki be de-

ed 6ve y se d ofb kmum. ,rl y
As Ivronmar Mounsva in New

E ab r

is t&be held in M n ex(. --Te telegates
are to meet in Jun as Jidohn a he due .

I as six h .e1J rda
be submitted to the people, for ratifiention
e utio no a general election to be held

ha a so noduaCp ad nee
had an eir 0 Jetri.nental ro any favordIn
e-melusion of are Peace Coulerence is,
bar as ad not n. nd run u

ern Dorder Sale Confurees. Ex-fresideas

21eisaid esterdenythat e add used
home -Cortwapondence of Jourveal of
'qnmeree- .. p as ...... ma
T W. Bloolburn.of Cardcoury, Alasis.

tih 6 in ord 31 o

that is prove to be entire psatisfactory.

To ee fnow ed th Cu
quality orges ann1e made of colson seed
with the addiction of a little roqin., He

Tas B IN7A oa
A correspondent of the AtlantapInt
ur intense thu paper lhn size Superineou.
dent a I I.JhS. Branch Mincal Ashioney-s

820,000 in gold no i omieDed I
rise of Georgia, under writson r
irons Un. Brown. o er
, a Mir- Mr. Molyness British Conisal as
8avannah, has writer to particular of

ho zehmp the ro I
responsibility by whergi n the thob.
He states that thrils imed a re-
ward for the oifonder, and his influence
t> detect the guilty parties.-Exchtiisys



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mic o8sts ( a lury nd 1'l8tu 5 r n
e Souti ern m 1 <1 e Tu as a an 1 re-

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Indge. Prabses...t-st Jol.I..A releau
grearamusins-Jusages--aded A.Jounarr.,r
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Janrams.aI. r
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n r ?ed e 8 Stj ,nt ud

The IOnl RO IA co \fesers.
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1.. arate r., 1.0 4. cus -r Je.....<<. Ir .
.3 arenar.r. lion r I 11.. use ca a pro.- e
rec ar- I 1,.<. r. .-, r r. L a man
,a r I ri ri] (1 a: ry or
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L_~_a II--YrYUIVII-~YIiL ~ I~_~~-immLn~ RnllnllllsLnI ~rLIll~i II

Mr. NT
L it s OLu L Un Gip
1.. to la. 1..-.1 -..0.1 Ir
," of' ni'tt,
in a 1 .w a searli e et

i eues m mh oi Igaven andl ex nisite
florat odor to the liquor, whi renders it deli-
exeus to the senses ofsmelland taste alike, while
Its sparking liquid purity leaves nothing for the
*(n con ion, the writer must remark that
AIEssna. A. M. BININGER & CO., 19 Broad
street Y. Y. merit the gratitude of the entire
ritedical profession, as wells of the world at
large, for having introduced stimulant of such
unexceptionable purity and unequivocal power,
both as prevea ve and curative gen an a
Journal and Medical Gazette.
December 1 1860.

River Linc.


EL e Dr. tril klYharf Ja

t e tL n
ri let Palat a at six o look An Af. on


St knd nectingOat Picolah with Stag for
Tr I o theD w ip.

rt to ni vialte.
AGENTS-T. If ARTIDGE, Jacksonville.
TY. 8 11ARRIS, Toooi.
DUV b iddleburg.
Nov. 8. 1800. 17.

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Specimen numbers sent, post-paid, on the re
ceipt of a three cent stamp.
112 South Third Street,
Nov. 3. PhiladelphiaPa

yg gg ty go
FLOL R IN SA f..'A' 3CnRR'S.
rn ,L -1860.

Rtu sC.niodeledafter
inies, of which the Principate are
granates. A Classical course is added. For
full information apply to
. MAagbl JLNillNS.
Carr. ,\. 4 ust.ilth Priticipals. .
December 1 18ti0. Gw.

E havir one of the greatestauriosities and
most valuable inventions in the known
ld, fore lhich we want agents everywhere.
811A\Y & CLARA Biddeford, Maine.
Nov. 8 1860. St.

FRWily flOllf.
ARRANTED White Extra for Family use
W same.e c., amn, me, man, a.
only 5 bl1s. Remaining. B. E. CARb.
Sept. 23--1860.

In Chanoery.
Elozabeth Newman
John H New au. Bill for Divorce.
ILL ofOomplaint being filed in this Case,
and it appearing to the Satisfaction of the
CourtunattheDefendantJohn H. Newman re.
sides out of the State of Florida: On Motion of
A BRr atmaSoH he fw C mp ainynt, It
inside Billof Gomphtint be had, on a Hrst
Monday of July next, being Rule day in said
Month, and that the said Defendant do appear
and plead newer. or demur to said Bill of Com-
plaintonorbeforessiddayor a Decree will
f passain theo81xme usanue a to
**nb 1 is o ano >fa

1.. (agTinted ord hearia

Cou 0 h eb i y 0 at h fo egoingo. r
no co r an ord in this case made this

a}vi ne m da d the Seal or3 subi urt
Alarch 2186DIAVID R. DUNHAM, 01 rk. .

T er' Sa .

I ee en n a al terdf La
on Monday the 2nd day of September next, in
front of the Court House in the City of St. Au.
gustine, between the usual hours ofSale.
A.AHousewndbLorin corgeSreet asu2totSo
D. Lowther, East, by sad Street, South by
Lot of Barnardo Segui, and West, by Mark
Sanchez Creek.

Tax Asssessor and Collec f SE
county. March 2 1861.
Tax Collector's Sale.

j e jno a
on Monday the 3rd day of.June next in front of
the Court House in th(City of St. Augustine.
between the usual hours of Sale. A Lot in
Marin Street, assessed to Marga'ret Cole, for
year 1800, said Lot is bounded on the East, by
the Bay, South by Los of T. O. Holmes, and
West by Mafin Street.
UnleastheTaxesand Expenses thereon are
paid before the day of Sale
A. D. MOGIERO, Shf. & Ex. Oi.
Tax Assessor and collector of St. John's
County. March21861.

*Fax Collector sale.
Y1virtue or e Power in.h@v ca Idwr
on Mond's 8rd d done men, in noral si
it.ecours arousemal.o any of es. Aug.mar...
between die usual houre of Sale .4 L..r so

Marin Street.
Unless the Taxes and Expenses thereon are
paid before the day of Sale*
A. D. ROGERO, ShK, & Ex. Off*
Tax Assessor and Collector of St John's
County. .Mare)x21861

Sir. Atrousnxa, her FLORIDA, Feb. 22 1801.
Patents for entries made between the Sixth
day of June 1857, and the Seventh day of June
1860.for soulement and cultivation, under the
graduation not of August 4, 1854, have been
received at this ollice, and the purchasers are
make the required proofofusettlement and cul-
tavation," and receive their respective patents,
becauself said proofis not Aled within a limited
time the patents willbe returned to the .Qeneral
Land OZce, and will then be liable to be can"
colledformon-performanoeofthe conditions of
settlement, and cultivation contemplated by the
graduation act of August 4, 1864
JAMSS 30 GOULA Register.
F.P. FERREIRA, Receiver.
Xerch 3 1861. Ow.

41iHiculty -an persuading be so remain,
Kne, however, only disented 4fter a
a shadbeenoarriedto recausider the

He a usy arranging his Cabinet*
Every thing in relation to the new Gabinet,
so far, isitconfusion.
The main contest is between Chase, 6f
Ohio, and Cameron, of Pennsylvania. If
the ter prevails, we may yet have a
peaceful settlement. Chase's voice it still
for war.
The Abolitionists are every hour growing
Juoreashamed of their le:ider.
Virginia State Convention.
RICHMONDFebruaryd3.-The Oppyen'
tion has done*hothing of asiy consequence
J'he.body seems disposed to wait to see
what may be done at Washington and else.
Where before acting
c -
MONTGO3 Y, February 25.-In the
Congress, to-day, a-resolution tras adopted,

p. inser..ting e. co.mine o is, m too
thir. ElletWandowneedthist ihe Oonimittee
c seas spady, and would report a permanent
Constitution on 1Jednesday.
injuliction of seeresy was removed
on the Postol Bill, and also from the fol-

o as r e al-Henry T. Ellet, of

Attorney-Queral-Judah P. Ben away
of Louisiana.
Roman of Louisiana, Orawford of Georgia,
and Forsyth of Alabam a.

of 10 i4,m eldb eree f th .

StiP" We leads that the steamer Ever-
the Florida ll
glade, now on mai ine, as

"""":Wud by Ae 8ma, bd ad

Charleston, Feb 18.-The floating batter
is nearly completed, and will be Inunched
to-morrowattwo o'clock. Itis said to be
a very complete work of its kind*

'I'ax fia ers to New Y >rk a re driven
leag4 frantic by the Albany scheme
whick pill take $500,000 out of their
pocketson pretenceof "Arming the State."

A piddeofland WaB recently sold
p DoddD set the 1'840 Of $1,000,000 er
nflicipoa1tocoveritwith silvereqPal
a ..
Pnvate Bordings
A few boarders can be secoz
modpted with the neces
2" ":Lite*,tts:;
theBnbeeriber, Corner of TCeasuRqib aneLY
Sed. 84400.

Pillows. Hair and Moss Mattresses Bed-
seenade. Bureaus Taoler., Chaire Washatand,
Lamps Diolng Tables. Looking Giares, Brass
P.-oders, Shovel and Tougs Asadarons, assorted
Gurtain Shades, Candlestroks, Rocking Chairs,
yesthers, Hair, Moss.
; for, 17. 8, 8, CARR


I ages. Olikes, Capers, Pickles, Mastar4,,
Red. er, Reach Chocolate, Masona.
Chirbat J Preserves, Hersetically sealed
par4Uta4 Sahnon Rice Water, Bay Rum,
)(ur. I [, p. E. CARR

$. ? FFOprk F.

HEhSubscribe the et am unce
on unpereoeve totealtahulated to rende

ranges ee 1 1 ivte th I

j1 with that ....5 me,.. turannr.
J by Mar...eir Ir. Use thy of New Youn
allioul inght1 Ein isper.Be but WHh at WWW few
rus.des it..- **FLORIDA litathtB" wirholar a
Iranwared..ispyu.gscentrationasson in the
t..ty, and as line same base commanding all
d.,,, zble rs brinser.I. as wplI as enempason from
that. anda .r. .nter. Zise room, sail Isrge
ru v e ulbo house is
on onel a AM

n o e-suf he found
Ian anne and efibrun

.. 1; 2,:';,?.
neeld to h house, he tPusts t merit its

OStroys Instantly



Co-star 8"
"Costar'8" Rat,30 tro.]htermina.
"Gostar's" Bed-bug liixteraninstar
"Gostar's" Electria Powder, for n.

a 1.1 me
la abort, every form and speale of


he i / n sw a y.-an
and Stationi 11 I.,e-the f iry E hamers- Ships
-ihe CityHo 8, As r "St.N.Ni.=1. to.

Druggists and Retailers everwhere sell

4 if Wholesale Agents in all the large Cities
and Townis.
!!IBswAn ofspurioixs i Lations
xes se by Ms
Mr* Address orders-or for Circular to Dea-

xENB A wC ST ,od 8 i hD 80 tel;)

*8 LUMY 3. E. CARR.
March 2-1861. 4m

NOTE Ood s.

am now prepared to 6ffer to My old friends
of this Anment city and St. Johns county a
most splendid assortment of fall and winterdry
goqds at very low prices for cash or easy so-
aeptancesatsixtyand ninery dayaoradit with
approved ORd0'llerli. Urders from my Countrf
friends accompanied with Line and anal De
[si OnDyll y 6Eladd tu di (OM MFO MG MitB
sausineuro4r. the aher,
was me and star a 7 doodr. I.6
e ti 0 purobteer so
purChB4E4 At this aORhe 050? WW8Bif larg
sou te sunwouar o per unt on, cr ea.e.-
\.au are here a Inc .of a new or my large as,

c.,oanuar g to Fr=nah broad cloth, Doe skin Cas
sur..rea, I user Gods, datarsons and L. Jears,
I west 4 loan, a casey Chasunerr., 4.ndles 0 son.,
$1ednesof alholorp, fig attisplain lielanu,
grey Blankets, n English Msri
nees, Makinaw 7, Meri-
mad Edists, Ladies and Hose, Gents

Nov. T. LBUN
IlfSEED' Of fa, White Lead, Tu noine
Zino faint, Black Lead, LotheragepGlas
1*ue, Chrome Gree Ohromis rYello Chr
Red7hnseian Blue, ains Brushes w, one
as I e. cana
pt 6.
Tygy g)<|Cglygy.
CiPAUrblNe's prepares olue, for immediate
use, Ohoice extreets for ilavoring, viz:
sy, Almond&c. also Paregorio, Elixtr 1st Upstan
Mustang 1.inament, Bay Aptly 6eidlets rose
ders, Congress AYator, Epsom Baltal Caster Oil,
Senna, Gumarabic,-Mace, Gloves, Unsula.
dept. 16. b. E. UARR.

n AN A,
Tanitary 51861. Executor.


a n sP\ at St. IsC n yt
da for is doisehgrge from Administrator of Es-
tlate fMOSES E. LEVY late of said County
Nov. 8 80 em.

a e it Y LOR,




III:%.. Agent for Charleston Daily Line of

11,000 Subscrkbers In a Single
Month I


The OWSpaper 10f the Times ?

FOR 1 8 6 1.

NOTWITHSTANDING 0120 great IRODef Crisis
usu ch n uns us to en oWinn a Ajo
dur ut Imxuson ol nuar218"I an i

gt eat

n Y o o a rn t t
challenges the fundamental errors of the Repub-
hean party, is becoming the great want of the
tunes* .
m fD r-Boo holdsthatdle no ge
cial and political position for the .negro race,
and superiority for the white race, 18 the natural
order of American Society. All who want to

1 946 6 HE I VB
it 1 08)oL7,dorpapers e circulatecid

ples will never be put down;
THE WEEKLY DAY-BOOK forl881has been
greatly improved and several new fearnres ad.
Ema E V 4 eg
one, and at 6 cheaper rate than any other paper
ONE COPY P(per annum) $2 00
, LIBERALOFFERS.-f'oeverylbat-
master, 07 ANY OTHER PERBON tcho will start a
Club at a post ofice, and sendnefive dollars for
live subscribers, woe will send a &ixth coff GRATI8.
Wedrusekdenhisoffer -o ce ifeering a dai
" '".,vt per4.>r.& =iba ..sad 1 fr ein al is, a
n as qinn a a br

o ly apphen to use cre..', .r, re oc. .. and
r., ne sses s.sommer..s., a .3
gratis copy. After solub of ve is forined, or

Payment is required invariably IN ADVANCE,
apd the papor is always discontinued at the
oxpiration of the time of advance payment.-
Specimen1:opies sent man. Subscriptions on
commences any time.
When drafts onn bq obtained they 'are safer
than to send bille. But when money is remit-

Mb t5 two 9o unn arr enmda
m son ce/ leasedheed aredless, a the
our ask.
beCLlH GheME and TEACKER willhered e
DOLLAR per year. the lowest, olub rates.
All orders should be addressed as follows,
giving post oilice, omility and state in full:-
162 Nassaw Street New York.
March 2 1861-

J V He 4 *
OR ,
has just returned from Savannah, with fresh
and elegant Stookofgheds, irliiah he is prepared
to make to ordei, m the meet fashionable and
Batishotory manner-
December 1 1860-

Leaves Charleston every Tuesday
Afternoon, at 8 o'clock.
Via Frrnandina fledata, and aR Land.
ings on the St. Johns River.


in z n , ini n
ille FI tl Fr .
M a.n..o run..I ....a.
3 -'***** *
I' Pal.I a
n I 11 1.0.4.
A,., ... I J.
,.is nos.0. .ig
11arch I 1881 'Earle:MaD

T)Y virtue of an Execution issued-out of the
-L) CircuitCourtforthecountiepdVolasisand
Brevard in the bettern Circuit of FloridA and to
me directed.and delivered in favor of William 8,
Giles et. at. vs.Rurusic, sewalians wire, Isays
levied upon and will expose for salp at Susan-
nah, Brevard county Florida on the 1st Monday
ofdp il 1859 at the usual tur pA nt i
interest of Fre Thousand three Hundred awl
o i 1 Odo afrre e

a y no je
h ale is postponed until the let

If the v e is postponed uittil the first
we n no r ..e-i uma use run

L I EduJ ADril Use [iral
M ..Jo .co ..t er to
II.e.*--sessiosp.maper.ei ur.I.I ne if.res
thalay-nNo-en-te. raist
theatew**erates pealparsed ursiJ Use for
M raday .r. Le acaber
m/g pur.ed urna as (""'
I4Ba 5 rpened aggy ria Gra
r brha 1 fadd lantil Ll 4 farful

t at .. persed.,nru use area

pe...*.1 ward use in-s
....a...... us to

a v p toned us til the first
The abiove sale rpos ared until the farat
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in December next.
^de a v sale is postpone until the fast
The above salo a postponed until the ilrst
Monday in February.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in March.
Acting, Sheriff Brevard County.
March 5th-1859.

in every county or as annes

A 08*
O engagein the sale of some of the best and
oammsbed TO must a TVwks ubHA dg
sharactor, adapted to the wants of the Parmer,
Alechanic and Alerchanti they are published in
the best style and bound in the mon substantial
manner, and are worthy a plac(i inthe Libraiy

ha uTis i see 3sa anpo
pro ble employee seldomio be met wit ill

1 _man full, serms,

LEARY, GETZ & Co., Publishers,
Nol)224 North Second street, Philadelphia.


li @ygy gggag

r ve 8iby afrand w has been a great
While going down the river Euphrates, he ex-
perienced a severe attack offever and Ague ---
Undiscoveringhis condition, one of the Boat-
e i d of wialatAmut usayin
thoughincredulons astoitsvirtues;henomplied,
and experienced immediate relief, andbas since
alwaysfounditan effectual protection from all

"fiCatifi, anon s. come sea ts.
b adsmou1a r budd knurac o powers, and
Priests of the Sun. Sometime afterwards, the
gentlemanin conversing with a Priest obtained
from him the secret of its preparation, and as-
:::*\:",Fut:.=,:*,"de th wr nf ulti
virtues.of th s article have induced a full be-
lief in the minds of the nativeain the miraca-
loushealing powers of their Priests.
Since his return to America, it has been tried
with the happiest effect by several Ladies and
Gentlemen of high character, who have given
it the most unqualified prisise. This remedy
havingbeenaspecificinPersiafor hundredson
years, for the provoBLion and Cure of Fever
and Ague and Bilxons Fevers-is now offered
1 I bc .hare n: sh a 1.16
a./ f
From put Dep ap Manarquray, ten ume,

a D g e od k. d so m -4
JOHN 191LCO.1 & t .4
Julyllied. ;.


The Charles *)*
gives the lestestand most.reliable political, com-
.meroiol and general news from, aH yatts of the
world. Its special correspondents furnish by
Mail and Telegraph, full and early accounts of
everything of interest that transpires in the
great cities ofEitrope and America.
Thtilters of the South receives

Politically, the ManotratrepresentathoStatee
Ri has e e 5 t eme to in a ath
their soonity
Daily Moroury, 1 yesids advance; $10,00
Tri-Weekly a ** ** 5,00
No paper sent attalers the cash accopapanies the
3, 2. RHETT, jr
Nov. 10 1880 4)harleston 8 0.

| ,ptyirs.,e a ,,,,., .3.,teent.rt arena
in the Suwannee Circuit within the State of
Florida R is or erei that said defendant do
r nor $uN.,| ... .. r ro

h d I 0 e
some newspaper, pu ished wiThin in Gilreuit

I, John C. McMillan Clerk of .the Ci all
Court Eastern Circuit of Florida do hereby cer-
tiry what else foregoing is a true and correct
@ionso our 8 no ableP metn 1
day of Feb. 1861
JOHN C. Alc311LLAN, Clerk.
Per J. 17. Woods, Deputy.
St. Augustine, March 1, 1869. At

N the skieit by a Servant a gold ring. The
OO Bage for Edminy. Cow Pass for table owner eats obtain it ly calliRE < RE
use, B. E. CARE. G. U. GIBBS.
Nov. 17. Nov. 18, 1860.

Arkansas fbr Seaea8ion.
14TTI.E ROCK, ARK., February 26$11.-
There has been a large majority in this
sale in favor of a State Convention. Of
e elected to the same, thirty are Seces-

W.45 INGTON, F nazy, 24.-Oiracial
delsperoken received to-day announce that
she forts in Texas are in the possession
e6Ahwilate folvies Twi 5, catainandin
t.hAffamedSrateetroops, autrendered the
posts, on demand, and the Federal soldiers
ediouated.Lilem with their side arms, and
having behind then.shree hunIred then.
sand dollars trorth of rarmy supplies.

guil l ----- a

I ) :_ ___ __ _


I~ YLY I \Cl C -IIY~--~~RI-IU -U1CnI n*IIYIPn~YT~~D~L I




I ;

R-:iastal or Jers ft to use Trade, by Shens or

,JS I'ioli turnet, N \.
.L.roarn an nisual. Le f latella*aul at LM ilab-
0.sanism I(0 5, I all the hou .>za sthem
sale Druggists, Grocers, Campbene axid Burn.
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealersin Lamps-
N. B.-KEROSENE is the trade-
markof the Kerosene Oit co.,andall
persons are caythoped apai di using the
said tra catar/c for other oils.
Oct. 15. Sat

0188@ GOOdS.

*1 IiE

Ii hdea
a unim a
th ,.tbrc ro qal a eso
F.m...,aII BjOla~nId 4 a vas. M.I
L'.SD( LI(........s..a k.rl u..

Parategpwas of the paily and WeeklF
ggs SUt'H WI LL Bit THE PRO-
p of ear city from this date, and such
*** b ed no nj to fso
on usinTer in this oisy, that we tired

absolg3 a agery 1.0 commence else pub
lionelon of CDAJLY OBSER l' 0
MONTB, SEPTEMBER It will always
sedonals but reepectfull or,-operr.*e with

up (-,5 ofoAe y to inainaniu [,
IMPiBM wass and wla.tever will add
as resperily ol our yourag 1.[: growing
State wall reces.edo. nututuan et sur be.usatul and arrow-
4 I)e japhed all..r WILb poostsub
Les ilbe distinctly uniorawod that the
OBSBRVER wall always 4.anuain the very
latest newe due day, relorm of market
ad"earchi seleasqd moner of walue and
a faunty aircle. Partsoular
puriq be iven to analteranod things
attenLIGB R da
uning ED AlthBhal. and Flori .
An.T assaVba, -810 00
gas 260

* AT TOral on La St Ar

r.d newl es n e use E
businatheSL..Iolehar rrtl5 I shED 6
asidaef I .4 Krnal I 1
laLa at she tern..mas-of r to St n ,a p. c.
(now teenag asustructed a was la : ..
AdA J 1,,,,...].) 1 toreland -
surnang, A.Tec.n eeri tselo al--- *
EMI .Irr a pty to
Appbeanna for red ALNt., locus lia
Dee 10 1859.

y reasored by to ag
'1'%@ 0011000trate 01170 .
ggaggAADFOWBlaps nEtlBut FOR EA "
asse a.r na
as BasiliBAT parancixN OF THIS CITT,
foug been known, use as
wouldmirely ppsi permerar.rly restore to persons
Ill 5 ..*C E 4 it LY TOUTH-
nota C II.110LLN F. ru,
Win ara ms.udauy ..
ra can ul rst, res..i it carefully, and
th scoJ for the meason..
anbe eruL 0 Ou r.rd watt lem a nnonth.
*, ^ E "*"'
lL. ORKicER, ,tor**r.
.742 Brond*nay, Iti..Y.
byprssaystBap yachae.

A m MddcalATreadseAondisease and

ad.'"'"s"..TO THE PEx Cents.
houldbe read by everybody
depamber ( 1860, 1 .




T.I. Chambers. Plano Msqu.


TITgNE)YTQIlfgfp}tQB;|ENS()J 00.
gettal.JBlurap 185-5 ;
sun a s.) em id I o
ask 4.4444 pastit'Is rise Wade.t
ross emera sa car <.allea to thp qu par.4.1 1 or mult el a
pr.4tbrrasmou qur., an n, 1,> I'm 19 lions
:.,,4.- us Njw 1uraq, .sued fet, 3,

: ANT al o lv W ,
808 Brpedway, New York.
After 34 1st, .1880 at 501 BROADWA7, two
doors from he St. Eicholas ilatek
The Stereoscope is the most instrpetive, no ertaiinia8g, amusing, and excisip

int ie son on n dne6 ol4,one e
I u 0, on, ten a
a. -- a in I al. and .[ mus

prcsa ble tc. tar 0-9 etery pert of the
... I.shall the win-r. badeluese, pairpallye,
an langrash-r .ist.0, M as isu were or. the
:.rogr..vrers are, ever.vul.ere espierant
E pe.,as.... an....,anar.e. ans as as no
g E.Juranetnesses.I.I..,n.1sherseallsfarv.r
" rarwas a -(.,er vi ,
, ,,.-ne .0 as., Lands. Engina.a. >..elan-s. W. *, Frasence. B.-lpum. us.11.ina,
enmariana. us unare, Greanne...ils. Crowni,
f onia.rr les.. Tualler.M 1581). learkey. I gypr.
Athens, use 0 tran.1, canna, ind.s, L i).ial
I ale:- I up., c..ur-
..rg... so. t.r alarmer scenes. pre.nue. == in
tS;.?? ? n e:.":::7:111 '""1,.:1. .. a
Our... a .- I in s. r he II.< c
Most h resum.rut J .ee. 6 I..o.- remark-

WftQg50Al..$. AND BSTAll,.,

(Formly IL P DroaAAr,)
159. s74BowaltY.1Vew York.
71..+assabile.hment issumeries iDbeigbIseas
greath-thiersthroughtoNo,06Chrishestreak a one or me

IIn thi llullmi htntSL
to the Whol Irade, Mr Casa or Ts
Thw.r 8tod cominals, an part, of '
and walmat
Also. Cair and Woc.p Sur work, all quall-
uses: has, 110.:= and Bruise Marrespons, a
Isage ea.. k. 4 Mailu.rp a unsass Feaartrousl,
: .et., if .me ro4100.
ae=*=> Liled and, 0 Ion Bost,

1 0
war mour a
us47 aura ; sinclu:P MPEartro

N 2

rHE ONLY PORFF[va cong '
a 2

are rr nm rn y,

near ? lid sEI rr
albunk nir II.x,
1 r r re

esp. r* ni


r. Th.

ly~" ~


Ambun y Irmearm 8 anscope View,
-men.r at
Ltd.Dirabel it pr :. Jan.Usery-,
they no rain r me.s De rr.. sang

r 14 0 .ho c. <.0 m t... 11.0 pa.-
us (a Mad Ltulag lan-
kr.e-an us E, I Ir.m L. who a.I
Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneou,
Views of American life and gengry.
a sp hr thin s we jud3ull sh
fulwabirs..r l.gier ,as las-t U.atly
t.e..ats led so, r .. f r. part...uiva c.I rLas ro.* four.-l .*, ..r it,,
Our estalogge of subjects and prices will be
forwarded to agy address oureceijif of stamp.
farties at a distance Sending us $3, $6, (10a

views alone, (witsons iB811umeral I CAll DE
a em 0 Wish to be advist ol as its rag
reallyvaluableinthelinethatc re,
septus their names to place on record, and we
winketopt xpupy ou ow lease.most
fascinatinganddelightfulamusement. Wetire
prepared to flL Out amateurs with everything
necessary for their success together with in-
structions**How totakeStereescop ci rured."
ini Prer and f 1st A. l-a-rr .1 1to,=.gnphic I -dN .ge.g.s:Vid:ws.
gir-Merchants from every section of time
country qre respectfully invitedto make an ex
examination of our stock, as agr discount to the
trade w 11 e iberad.a 5 In or -Tir.t ci,...
so. . as. .
e.. .-- e....
of pu sq 4m.



69LD L00HET8!

a n

o or un
," a

- rt. rP*
l II I .0 sinuallL
sul as litanic,
ITH Idet1 Titail ,
flB la TROU

A P 3 M ,
an Phauinva
AND mousicvri

, .


Eg( gil


10Yearsestabliabed .0 New ark Cuy-rescd
by the the City P..3 tishee-she Caly Process
and Blation House-theCitySteamara, 661).:
&< -the ..I, II.i.='s, "Astor." St. NWholar
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private :.0::-
&Dr re as sma lisunnew.-everwarre men
8811?' Wholesale Agents Ta .11 de large Citleg
and Towns.
1160' ! Bswanal ti of spurious imitations,
,,- er.,a s....r.... a, we
Allit .addle..a,..J. re-wr to ( so Dea
ITENTY ?, CO T.1R, P ac.1-ax. Dip or,
.,,.....:..0 n. .








Any pros, 'PRESERVES
Jan. 7. (5. E. CARE.

11 & 'CRUS, .
the spare change like s
body must have a new Hat i so
can alted it, afid area s P.-adv must know all
about thevariots Mr.J.4 .r II..Is in order to
chooseknowinglysuch avariety. Everything
from a stove-pipe down to a cheese, with@road
Briges, Short Brime, Round Brxms and no
Brime at all, Beaver Casimer Plush and velvet
Murphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaunty
g qwe yourgy ; >.*.11'

scan :,,94,,, O 8.
E- r $5.0 0 50 CHARLOTTE STREET.

^" """'"0" oiniOURCHASER am now repared 8 offerSio in oldMendq

AGE T . pl rn .. a lot. I MI 4 inc1. a
eiry, &0, and from the Itwiversal satisfaction 1; me...rp Jays clean miss
given to ailwhohave patronized our house, .. .accesse. 0 cars, seen..*n., can s
Luke pleasure in saying that we noir consia Mosp.m.el ,rh the chests wit be
our businessfairlyandperloanently estabbbe 3 .in.3.1.0 sc, rush greal 81.4 asica
We wishitunderstood that this isNe getteus $..e elatun emaminare-ca se rl=e pard.aser
buts fair and legitimate sale, in grich each ut=>* reneous rely ups.s. st at use;
purchaser geta the vaine nt his or ker moneyin .. .-=.*=..=*. 4 guou. usas.uay mu s..
a GOLD PENCIL MITS GOLD PEN AT pa us e.-ral car L.a sm s...son to gaur on
TACHED, 011 A GOLD LOCKETi worth $5 La lu*.Laura l-a to ....huser Allamour.La
each, wthh ....s et..L ..gLral pu .--I r.= she 8 e omer swerasy altars
for the us. p... 20 a .. ...J.ia na, s., us., p.aa. W. Le all.,and c.u I e..ut al, le. anal. -
chass s...r. ..... r....c..e. ne l...mann-clJe-- be base brown los ..Ian vi n.; image as
elry, lessia value than $2, andit may bewant, .... co-as us g
es, 0,<, ro, is, so, so, so, ne even not
so sour sison Ia 4 Woons -
.rugs..s is (st as per...a. Ers...r what be. ..0 Bring on E.-acula La sl Claith but abra Cat
m.u.. r Gentl. a may. an= of us,- L -lan Abry:J t..usalmers, Lanan
en ues. .. e xua rar:t s..nd us tss... ts.anse ar..I f r **I ub.. ad ignatulanti plaur. Delane...
-us -- .un. r -r.c al.* F=rw.s & As . Pr .. L ak... r) On make me., a t..caken, begro less.*;, Met.-
... e..... m......,,.... -- g.....=u
I t.ey a r, u,,.,, .1 e an 9 olo aso n al.,
'ag it U LE) Lou t UN Phun a

from floah's day down to that I 11.6 ca..r. wI. a
alwayseleg n zis me. S Lur rL"' 1100 Cilfonic DiaP-
(SegmerlyDubpg& Stodart, audDubsis, Nov.10. IN LSONg 5
Bacon & Chambers.) = 0 * **
Pil(ER a>rldGlnOSS
Warefooms inthe 193ible House,'?
<)or.StatStreetA4tlaAvenne, F OpreSBed Sparsts,
Thisleareliable placco plaichrase. Orders ? OSs of Appetite,
blur faithfullyezeaused, and perison eas- 9
rat. Pain in the Side and

..., ar....... R OG E $0 '. n 4-

QUA}'A.IELL1' s nEh n I dn B 8 ft was ly adapted to Fe- -
5 Boxe4,08yes. papers, Pickles, Mostard, iv5ehimsoalla d p.ursel, 118 8 001#@ & litS;
Bed Pepper. Prench Chocolate, Masons, *
a Jelly Prperses, Hermetically healed pPO(IllOPS ROtund-
ardines, fresh Stimon Bide Watgr. Say Ram. 08EPH V HERNANDEZ
lier.17- B E. CARE. r 1

SOUTH. woutbrespentally inform too user, so
The Charleston Mercury, ff, f"" f,1";;.g.,";;.f.;;*gy; Spare Habit.
gives the latestasid most reliable political, com- line, which they may favor ham n.Lt. He 1... E .
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t seir sy.Southern dunes in mruntainnag or ele in St. Auguslim 5$ Augi e Fla 1 ea ly tJ For sale is 4. Aspralise by
patibM qusy, yearin adualsoe; 510,oo B. E. CARR 4 red with & Onic ib fa ship building ad B E. OARR.
pay r sent onless the ask ouggeredoo pri 14----1869. el nu ip o oe 64g own qsilpl4---1860.
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Gemiemen's gold pd 8tiver Watch
e., Gold Vest and Guard Chains,
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wares so.,
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April 7---1880.

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sanpply of this valuable Remody, not only from the
is7 th oaurn a undign a { n
aseaspdenhe espealal sad pecussary interest of sa
Forsaleist 3, Augustins by
April 14-1860.

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