Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
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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 9, 1861
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. JOHM'S 00jUN', FLORIIDA, SAPURCDAIY. MARCH ~9, 1801


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9 ED EVERT SATURDAY


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EQUALITY IN THE UNION AND MOTH.ING LESS.


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as. r e a lr! E. r at
means for each masses n .n, sp 3ume Ir .1 la be i
..man, c.umng a .n, .1 me 1.= sure of the
//.use tolbee out will le isse
be charged separately and also any excess of
a ra t em o 1 t die num-
ear of insErtions required, will be continued
an n du 1 charged.for allan-
souncements of Candidates for Office, in ad-
swane
& Obituary notices, when they exceed six
es in length will be charged for at advertise-
Contract advertisements payable quarterly;
!TS j adsts e Al ser
considered due vken called fo**
O sqous as xC r Pp an
Application for Letters of Adaunistra
once to vet or and creditors -
Application for dismissal as Adarinis- 10 00
trator -- - - - - --
d)Ul billstfor Job Printing, natuibbe paid
on very .

SHERIFFS SALE.
Y virtue of an Exec lob issuedoutofthe
CircuitCourtforthecounties of Volusiand
"frrd n la E n traju li ad
ones er. al. vs.aurus it sewalianq wife, thave
end me ndae F Td 1 at so

4pril l859baldthe ul us us unlien
ine er or Fre Thousand three I undred on,
Thirty-three Acres, being the third part of e a.
taina orian onemining usoo moreamore
Milein en thc18th4ay at inly 1813asia warman-
ed to John M.11suson et, at
The shore sale is postponed until"the Ist
Monday in May.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in June.
The above- sale is postponed isntil the first
Monday in July.
The above sale is postponed until the first
3Ionday in August,
Theabovesatoispostponed uncilthe Arst
Moirday in September next.
Theabovesaleis postponed until the first
IIoxiday in October next.
The above sale its postponed until the first
Monday in November non.
TIfe above saleis postponed mitil the firs
h by rp I ned until the first
anonday in Japuary next.
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
9th v b y 6 toned ruitil the first
n yduteMsarl non.ostponed until the first
Mondayia April next. .
The above sale is postponed until, the first
mehy in May no .postponed until the faret
men sy iba June Inee .postponed until the farst
Monday inJujy next.
MThe abov le is postponed until the Arst
sh be a sal is postponed and the first
N be to her nexi.oned and the ff*e
Monday Ap OuLober s.
Thealiews sale is postponed unut the skiit
& ya ber po g\ned unhi the dt
weDw a a poned until the Eng
beasy so January Jael
The showe asle to puntponed until do first
perpened unsit the faret
)IoqdaylaMarch. m.B.DAVIS,
Amis. Sheriffprevard Cognty,
March lish--186 .



8 0700 00anty of the Unitect

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0 in the sale of fthe b
ang sgantlyillustra dfoorkepub h
*for bla 0 nds a f die moddiuguring
MechaniesndMerchby; they are published in
the best style and tionind in themoatesibstantial
manner, ud or b la in the Library
To men of enterprise and industrious
presib a e9 o t a th.for
air Persons desiring to act as agents we
receivepromptlyby mailfullyarticulars, terms,
We., by addresses
LEARY, GETZ & Co., Publickers,
Es, 2@ Worth asson4 street, Philadelphia


1


Jefferson DAVIS.

BU ENA VISTA .
, -----
We are indebted says the.Charleston
0 dy I Courier toafriend,(whosefavors have been

0.W often bestowed,) for the followiDg OXWRCES
from Cant.cron's narr lian of the battle of
Buena Vina,[sh...nmg 11.< brave conduct of
neen erp..-.e.g pr past,. <,r I.'ol .IEFFER50N [iAVIS. and his regiment
OKESNUT GROVE WHISEEY. or bl -s-Iss.pp. Pulunreers, with aunday ex-
has n*I 0 D $[ u aren c. truess showing (1.0 force of the regiment,
Unkhful an ny. at he use wine a lose, &4, and the foot that not a **rogu-


r! C .ree ma 1 i. c out 11.. enemy was to possession of every ad-
aanalson.co.,uy it n DR J.10E ..sN.elB th.-groundtheahesnatendgessudusines
a ... Isai,-s q.3.r ..r..x, e., as st.el.n. being annuch in hisfavoras ours.
CERTIPICATES. It was at this critical juncture that Gen.
PhiladelphinSept. Oth, 1858 Taylor'arrived upon the field froup Satillo,
y,.TYe hire c e Iljet sted thesumple of I en having completed his dispositions for the
our cess.t n .,1 .. P..........s She m.- defence of the city. He was nodompanied
, { ir.gr 1 I ..jrab. .{... !| by Lieutenant-Colonel May, with the two
general use. companies of the Second Dragoons, and
BOOTily GARRET & C13110, by Col. Davis with eight companies of his
Analytical Chemists. Mississippi riflemen. Capt. Albert Pike,
I have an lyzed o otil a let ve with his own company, and that of Unpt.
IVhiskey, receivedfrom AJr. Charles Winuton, John Preston, Jr (the two united as a
r.,o n i11esa dpts a, andtlaur amf 11 tested squadron) and Lieut. Kilburn, with one
from poisoudus or deleterious substances. It piece from Capt. Bragg's Battery, had al-
is na unusuaUy pure and fine flavored quality of so been ordered to the field of battle from
JAMES lt. CHILTON, below the city, where they had been on de-
Bo losuf II ecl ni 3 tached duty. The Mississippi riflemen
1have maden chemical analysis of commer. halted near the hacienda long enough for
zi(ol sain le r aeo3 1 oedu HFh e biol the men to fill their enteens with water,
perfectly pure and unadultermed. The fine when they viere.hurried off from the road
a utt sk sideri d m the Grain diagoally to the. ktft, and advanced to-
A. A. 11AkES, M. D., StateAssayer, ward the point where our troops were fast
No. 10, Boylston stress. giving ground to the enemy. The Gener-
For Sale by B. E. OAntRs al courmanding proceeded on directly to
ST. AUGUSTINE, the plateau, having with him the ISecond
Sept. 8, 1800. ly Dragoons.
IMPECTING Upto this time, General Wool being
The Persian Fever Charm. nextin comunalsd, had assigned the posi.
For the prevention and are ..a l..J ..rs> tions for all the troops, and conducted the
sue and sitious Fevers. This -... 3 ....1 .,- battle from the beginning; but, the .mo.
to i s soffhi n in eg a ment General Taylor affived as fiftt-from
1 siT goi wasntds vt a rdles, heex- and assumed the direction of allairs, he im-
peranced a severe attack or veter and Ague- immediately started to assist Gen Lane in
On discovering his condition, one of the Cont- rallying the Second Indiana Volunteers,
mone/ si #2 q awilto IP <\s..ayin and to endeavor to restore sanethinglike
thoughincredulou astoits virtues; beconsplied, order to our left, whiob, by this time, had
and experienced innutediate rebel, and kne asince
alwaysfoundirnu effeelual protection from all swoug around so as to face toward the
sualatious coxhplaints mountains on that side, and in a direction
On further investigation, he found that the perpendicular to the original line The
boatman attributed toit miraculous powers, and
said that is could only be obtained from the position of the batteries intill in active opera-
Priests of the sun. Sometime afterwards, the tion on'the plateau, the point of land on
gentlemanin conversing gith a Priest obtained '
tronihim theateeret of its preparation, and as- which Col. 11ardia had drawn up a parapet.
certainedsherethemediosnatherbsweresound, and Capt. Washington's position at La
of which it was compounded. The wondertul *t
virtuesofthisarticle have induced full be- Augosturnwereatthismoment, he only
lief in the minds of the natives in the miracu- portions of the grouild we first occupied,
loushealing powers of their Priests. from which we had not been driven. Al-
Since hiereturn to Ameries, it has been tried
with the happiest effect by several Ladies and ready, our loss in officers and men had been
entlemen of high otrac erbwho v (O n insense; and amug them was included
having been a specificin Persia for hundreddox the gallant and chivalrous assistant Adju-
yeats, for the prevention and one of Fever .tant-General, Captain George Lincoln, one
/PAuee in 18oFevers-is now offered of the most promising young officers in the
di e s orses, by emaiL prepaiddwids full anny; and one, whorpressessing every quali-
PrincipalDepotand Alanufactory, 188 .usan ty which can adorn a gentleman, was ad-
St. 1tichanoud, Va. Branch Oflice, Unk o L.ous- usired syd beloved by all who knew hun.
merce building, x1ew Yo A 1 Man The aspect of afairs was now most gloomy,
July 141860. ty. and our condition most critical. The scale,
. for a short timeappeared tobe prepondera-
PflVRie 80rdaug. ting against us, and victory to be deserting
-s #:---- . our banners, and winging her way toward
A &ir ifdin*Ilims man be itedoni- i'se of the enemy. But theidenof yield-
IM, I 1 ance.-sonary (pg thoday, so long as there was a mill
th up sus.cects : by man,; on les to Eghs, nuser, for a moment, came so-
boosaberCorner of TreastJakf l.ane to the miad of4dasermined leader*, 4
IFee. 81860. C. L 1.01:LY. in he ademicable reolation to com ldfor-
tune to favor ofar si e was sooon by
:SEND FOR A SPECIMEN NUMBER OF men, tge as the steel they wore, and firm
and unfelding as the mountains around

ILLUSTRATED them. ,
He gallant Col. Davis and has glori..,
LA DY'S NE W Sn ous Misdippians-men irho had been tried

EP RAP in the fire ofthe storming of Monterey and
had stood the test like pure gold-now
THE ONLY LADY'S NEWSPAPJSRPUBLISH moved steadily forward through the broad
ED IN THE UNITED STATES. earrentof our retreating horse and foot -
eez anenxne as sent post-paiid, on the re He called loudly on those who were flying ,
J. II. BRYA31 & co., to come back with him and renew the corn-
112 South Third Street, bat. They were few indeed who heeded
Nov. 8. Philadelphia, P9 his call. Col. Bowles, who for some rea-
L KETh EDSd DD1 1 tl$OLSTElids son other than lack of courage had ordered
steads, Bureans Tables, Chairs TeV hatand" his men to retreat, now having lost all hope
Lamps Diising Tables, Looking Glates, Brass of rallying it again, seized a rifie, and fol
ad rs, hne nd agesdu i co an"ited lowed by a handful of nis-men, joined the
Fenchers, Hair, Mass. Mississippians as a private. During the
Nov. 17. D. E. CARR whole day be shared their perils, and was
GUAVA JELLY. distinguished for his personal bravery.-
N Boxes. Olives, C era, Pickles, Mustard, With these exceptions, Col. Davis' appeal
Red Pepper, he IPh Chooolate, Masona, was of no avail. In vain he told them
as He at ,a seaz that his riflemen were "a mass of men be-
Nov. 17. 15. E. cARE bind which they cold take shelter and so-


barely form." He pointed to his Regij Coloudl Davis' Regiment, to fall back for a popular man and a forcible and perenesire
ment as he said this. It was indeed a wall abort Male, still farther and beyond range." orator, whoodgiequently went to Congreer.
of heros. What must have been his pride [Narrative of the Battleof Buena Vista, by It was at first feareddhat the contesebe-
in commanding such men What the Captain Carleton, First J)ragoons.] tween Davis and Tompkins on theaisamp
mortification and burning abama of the TheMississippiRegimentwentintobat- would be as rinaqual matchpaneh was
fugitives whom headdress. 41e numbering 308, and lost in .killed 4(), Toropkina'.reputaEion for skill. in debate
6010801 DAVis, an.he pleased by General wounded56, and missin 2 in all98. for.richness of humor and keenness of
Wool, who had now arrived at this pars af On the 3d April, 1840, he Secretary of ri&ieule. Blu all fear on ejafe score was
the ground, was pr..anised support. nod abe War, the Hon W. L hisq wrote to Gen. quwkly dissipsted. .Davia. soon.ehowed
GenerzI ..aused.erely went in perace to Tayk.r as follows: rian if hea not .alan' wass Richard, he
basten the th.rd Icaduns Degiment from **The single feet Ibat 5000 of our Iroops, was more sha ? orb$Edi is eleation
the rear of La Angeatura ac, 1,91 aid. But mar!,y 0!/ solunteers, who, ielding to use was she renall, J 1 .
still lbe 011sidespp ene newed onward. A smpdly of. I m /edwto .chair

while'anoth'ermentered thus aftebo niig wea- roug q an nize th war as in Mess
dangenally acr.:.sa their freer from the left, 20,000, mostly- getards soldiers,/ -A y, 1816, whenthe.filt,."segi 4qf
the two unbruarse, 6--tween. Larn an in. only arcad and replied the assaulus ol'Ala Misasseippi volunteers was eqrollid for see.
chned pl as wheI. Wrunaused as a passa numerous bestled by their most exper- vicein ilesseo, he was elected its Colonel
near their juncuon, usuim moment but a sinced tinual, base a prouses.ed bs:Ele when he left has seat in the House, and
short distance in advance of the Regiment,) of two days won a glorious victory, is the joining his regiment, led it to reinforce t
but which was quite broad and easy to be most indisputable evidence of the constim- army of Gen. Taylor oil the Rio Gksode.
gainedof its upper and further extremity, mate skill and gallaDh CODduct of our ofli- His services in the army thenceforth, are
near the mountains. On this plan most of cers, and the devotbdheroism of the troops theater of history-from 14s am pietious,
Ampudia'slight division was now moving under theii command." participation in the capture of Monterey to
down, flankedby cavalry, and supported by "The general results were.4000 of the his brilliant exploit at Buena Vistic. His
reserves of the heavy infantry. The third enemy killed and wounded, against our conduct on this last field has been alike the
Indiana Volunteers had not yet had time loss of 700 gallant men." [General Orders theme of admiration to military criticism
to come up, and it was all important that No. 54, March l5, 1847.] and to martial patriotism. Equally skilful
the enemy should be checked before he "Not a regular infantry soldier was in and intrepid; his regiment attacked by sa
could effect a passage of the only ravine this fight. * Our loss about 264 irkmeniselysuperior force, which they re.
which would seriously retard his course killed and 450 wounded; the enemy's lose polled unanpported; and he himself, though
onward to the road. Flushed with snecess about 2500 in killed and wounded, and wounded, remaining in the saddle until the
and apparently irresistible in numbers, he 4000 missing. [Letter of Major Mansfield, enemy was beaten, he was acknowledged to
came down like an avalanche. Then it of the EDgin6GES, -fr0m AgR& N11eYa, on bave decided the fate of the day, and was
was that Davis and his followers surpassed March l, 1847.] warmly mentioned by Gen. TayloHor his
all their former brilliant eforts. They JEFFERSON DAVIS. remarkable display of coolness and. gallaa-
counted not the odds; they waited for no try. It wasjustafter that action that Gen.
stipport; but, thrown rapidly into order of Jere(Froni use(,ew o loans Del)ta ]b. been Taylor, whose daughter Col. Davis had
battle,.they pressed forward like Spartans' chosen President of the Southern Confed- Inarried under chournataDCOS & 8]$188810@
although the air was filled with the sharp to her father, consented to be reconciled to
hissing of a shower of lead which came eracy, was born June 3, 1808, in what is his long repudiated son-in-law.
rushing on, and cutting through their ranks now Todd county, Kentucky. While yet On the return of his regiment, in- Jaly,
with dreadful effootstill they did not pause an infant, his father, Samuel Davis, a re- 1 47, Col Davis was tendered the appoint-
until they had brought the enemy within voluttonarvsoldier in Georgia, removed to ment of Brigadier-General of volunteers,
clos age of their own unerring weapons. Mississippi, and seltled in Wilkinson coun- which he declined, on the ground that the
Th their little line blazed forth a sheet ty Jefferson Davis was0sent, at the usual States, and' not the Federal Government,
of fire The shock given by it to the rear ge, sy gi ky' had the right to appoint the allioera of the
of the erremy's column was mon-awllit; o 6 d- militia- -tretruar-uppointest by ThirGoir--
Men went down before is as ripe grain fall" 1828, which he left with the brevet ap- ernor of Mississippi, in the same year, to
before the respor. Still the enemy came pointment of Second Lieutenaut. He was Ell a vacancy in the United States Senate,.
onward over his dead, and still forward and was afterwards unanunously elected by
pressed the riflemen-the latter a handful, eis emyh to ti e vi dndt the Mississippi Legislature for the.remann.
the former a host. der of the term which expired March 4th,
Western Trontiers in the Blackhawk (and 1851 '
At length they paused, theMississippians other Indian wars. With the rank of
on the brink of the ravine; the Mexican First Lieutenant of Dragoons, he resigned In September, 51, Col. Davis resigned
Light Infantr on the lain be d- the his seat as Senator on heing nominated for
y p yon > out of the army in 1835. He then re-
Cavalry having been driven- to cover on turned to Micaissippinand became a cotton governor by the secession wing of the
their left. But there was no cessation in Deniocratic party, in opposition to Heriry
planter in Warren county, where he lived 8. Fo the U did '
the struggle, and death still continued to- in retirement itutil about 1844, whea he ote, nion can ate, and was
gatheriahiabloody harvest. It wasnot beatenbya majorityof only 999 votes,
first took an active part in politics, as a although the TJ i
enough for the Misissippians simply to Democrat. Webelievehis appearance a nion party went to the
bold such manises at bay; their blood was 5eld with majority of 7500 votes,. as in.
u and the fliebt of the enem alone could a public speaker was at a "barbeene" xo dictated by the Oonvention election is shors'
7 Warren county, iB RDSWer to the celebra- inue before.
satisfy them. Giving one loud yell of de' ted B. 8. Prentiss. On that occasion he Col. Davis was in retirement, thists, distil
fiance which rang on the ear more like the sustained himself with such ability, and 1855, when he rendered elective service
ranr of angry lions than the shout of men, bore himself with such llantry inst a on the stump for Gen. Pierce (as Democratic
they again rushed forward. A moment, ga aga candidate for President. Apishinted to thd
and they.were lost from the view of their Im whou rd thne 'hi ad tin epdTom on ilP e na
antagonists. It was only a moment, but politics, that be.at once attracted general gyration of Mr. Buchanaw in 1859. Ast(
in it they had dushed into a ravine, clam' attention, and was soon earnestly desidera at may be safely said, on doubt, that/is
bered up the opposing wall, and now stood head of that Department ever administered
before the Mexicans upon their own aide b thDDemooratio Fxnames am t itbwich d e a .
Fof a few minutes more the carnage was he became the Bayard of the Missiasippi so Iratful us judselous changes and whole-
terrible. At length, bloody and torn, the Demooracy-a leader without fear and some suprovemears. .He revised the army
column of Ampixdia lost its steadiness, its without reproach-a leader equally saga- regulavens; he introduced ligbc sofangry;
fire slackened, than all organization was cious and intrepid-a leader whom none or the rilla gale of lastik-s; he onused tsRO
goney its rankearere resolved into a equfus kneiv Whift the thing was of which he was a heMu on the Mamle Mb he idq1e
ed multitude, which so a usoment crumbled afraid, unlesar dishonor-a leader who :be addillou of four re-gimGDf8 50 lboarmily,
awn., the whole flEO10g recipitately back abrook fism no faband open coment, and and organized a cavalrysernoo alliary
to the reserves- ; Who never one from battle with a lowered adapted to the wants of she ao ; he
The Mississippianstarned to the7.ght to crest or a authed eneutcheon. en 8e edb es tu nd Ad b ee
beat up the cover of what had been the In 1844 Jefferson Daviewas.ebosen wise sure or the cor.uner.c explored for feeleral.
flanking cover of this column. They found of the PlesideritinlElectors of Mississippi, *, geograph.eal and railroad purposes,
it attemptitig to cross the ravine on that in which capacity he voted for Polk* and C.>l uses was elected to too debaby
hand in ordgr to attack thern in reverse. Dallas. In the succeeding year he was him M aurse... gasual.u.*e in I 6,r two
A few only had crossed, their commander nominated by the Democratio party of his He synan entered use Senate, therefore, su
among them, but they never went back, State us a candidate for -Congress, was el li)7, sur the term endang the-IrforMarch,
and those who were pressing down to sue, eated and took his seat in the body in De- 1868, Ris State having seceded from the
ceed them, received a fire it was impossi- sembef. His first opponent for Congren Union in the early parsoFlast month, Col.
ble for them to withstand. They, too, was, we think, Mark Valentine, then of Dr rom ang od p
gave way, and fled liack to the point whith- Warren county, Miss., now of Garroll par- withdrawal in.a brief address of character.
or the light infantry had retreated, and ish, La., who, though of the same party, 1shic loftiness of tone, manlipess of. send.
where they were now just forming again, thought Jufferson Davis not sound or pro- men, and decision of utterance. *
For a little while this part of the field nounced enough on the Repudiation ques- It is almost needless to refer to the polia
appeared to be comparatively safe, and by tion, and came out as an independent i i ions and ten acie of e akirst
the determined valor ofor small regiment, Repudiation candidate against him. They Let it suiftee that, judging him by his
an imminent peril to our whole army came together in discussion at Vicksburg, whole public career, no man, unless Cal.
seemed to be averted. The Mississippians where Davis succeeded in convincing his houn or'Quitman were liviing, could .well
gathered up their wounded, and taking impulsive opponent either that there was die ute) with himdhe hug
them so the rear of. the first ravine they no material difference between them on none, dead or living, among Southeru
had crossed, there formed again in line of site Repudiation hobby, or that, if there statesmen, could be named, who,.op, the
battle. They were joined by the third lu- was such a difference, it, did not make a score of administrativ.eability,..ars equally
diana Volunteers, under 001. Lane, and by material issue in the canvass for Congress, adapted with Jaim to fill the high and p.
Lieus. KilburD, Whit 0110 pi000 OfAftillery. 1117. ValelltiRO$1100 Withdrew, and left the possible position to which a had been mi.
The fire of this combined force caused field to Davia and the Whig candidate, Mr. '0 as gr in $* eo 9 de
th-e who had inet before contended with TompkiDS, & IBWyer of Vicksburg, a very r:ght places. .


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I


THE REVOLUTION *

The Democratic Party has been displaced
and in its stead has been installed the

ade a pu ieces any, Anar ng a a
or, wk we I rated th 4t

.
still adhere to the late Federal Union.
This party revolution the Country has
been subject to every four years; it has
been peacefuland has passd off without
damage to ouropolitical organization. The
country for a time has been in a state of
excitement apparently perilous, whilst the
opposing parties have been inarshallins
their forces for the conflict which was to
decide the political control and policy of
the Government for the next Presidential
term. The battle over and the victory
won, the successful party has quietly and
without any position taken possession of
the Government, and its administration
has proceeded to is end uninterrupted by
its political op onents. As long as these


power and its advantages and Invoking to
its aid a policy intended to conciliate the
people by its promised beneficial effects
upon the commerce and industry of the
Country, the other endeavoriDg to OVer*
throw it for the same purposes and in-
fluenced by the same motives arid urging

a wr I er o as
ep app
office seekers, and their misfortunes
could not command sympathy beyond their
immediate and dependentiaterests. Butun.
fortunately the party in possession had con.
tinued until party jars had begart which
led to party divisions, all engendered by
ambitious aspirants to become leaders, and
bungry expectants.for lucrative positions.
Corruption crept in, and were encouraged
and continued froma senseof security and
a conviction that it could successfully re.
sistalloppositionandoontinue toadminis.
ter the political trust, whidi it had began
to appropriate toilfegal and party purposes.
Silently organistug were the elements of
opposition, and again and again this com-
bination had eneonatered its formidable
enemybut have sustained defeat, after de-
feat, until becoming reckless of the means
it might use to accomplish its purpose, in
an evil hour, it decided to invoke as anxil
taries,6 p ate FA ice Rd ost

tion and appealed to a higher law which
they deolarsid qquerolled and avoided ite
essentialand materialguarancies. .
The Combination then assumed a party
oame and defeated Wh di oitated
is** Rapp
Democrats and malignant Abolitionistatell
harmoniouslyinto rank, and unfurling the
Republican flag, resolved to rule or ruio.
The abolition element infused its un-
happy influODCO OEtSDBiVOff RD 118 }01608
worked successfully in the general organis-
ation, so that its purpose was necessarily
adopted as the political purpose and aim of
the confederates, many assenting to the
doctrine wishone investigation of the cond
sequences because it starred up the
sympathies of the ignorant and uniformed
masses and operated irrthisway as a pow-
erful assistant.in the political warfare, the
end and object of which was the possee-
sion of the Government. Many carried
out the doctrine from a conscientious con-
viction teards was a religious duly to war
uposian institution which they had been
early taught was emful, until its destrao-
blon was pocomplished; whilst the feroofous


abolitionist, deaf to every so so of justice,
wreckleea. of political consequences, de.
bouncing the Conetitution as a vitiation of
God's law and a covenant ,with hell, de-
termiDG4(0 de8tTOy that obstacle in the

n othi ard rd hda phe le
felt itself strong enough to make itself see-
$10/18 RDB trBFtiDg Wisely to the divisions
in the Democratio party and the

on of on atthat b
Southern States, selected a sectionalcandi-
date, and won the grant political victory,
which has resulted in the necessary but
etill disastrous revolution severing eigh
testes from the feder I firlion This is the
resolumn the is now abvrt..tg area cater

'",, ', ', be sealed or defeated by the intervention of

,',,1',,,' ",1)"'" ',ng bytwahrou
aels bee prevailed and rho violence of
both sections, has been held in check


'the Addretaeasof Victortaand Napo-
on*
The maiiRI bring as ageoants of the open.
ing oS the Eaglish harliantent and French
Legislature Vacrosus, in her opening

ad86" an eshe usag

.. In na..ible for she to I with a segreat
concern, apan Bbtr GTdntB which can affegg
she. ingwelfare GI a people firin-

hd Ln I d.. Ti n
inanhare anitriendly mir.Inst.s .\ly heart*
f la wmith, that ti.. o alfierence may be
.=wronguble of ends..r... v ..djustment*-
Thointereat.whitib ( take in theiroll-being
o:,al.e perpe of (al'uired Sates canno'
I as be n,..-ass.d by who kn..I & cordial
swepnon crvous by thern to the Place of
Wales during hi., reoron <..5.0 ru use Corari.
out n Aueeice. In ph to. ee"
d
sons of also lays by and atteel.ment to my
4..rwao aud. fune Insulicared b assy Gals**
annan arth. us ubj rn

of Wales a nig,@ ,
Napoo g v.ddress, an-
nous shas thought


?0800 OBitions.

he majority pitipositioa as amended,
tod the Arst article of whio's was- rejected
todisyalidAsRoteuponwatebbitirrecon-

yeds de le prMmu m
follows:- dW if &Terald 27th als.,
8 b. 1. h ilbthe prisiseaCMritoy be he
Uni reassure nor in or use parallel or unrsy-sas
rs e.m no
ofshac kne she eunus orpersonalseldo service
0. lurer. as a now exists, shall not be changed.
Non* ahall any law be passpelbyCongress or use
rarrnorsal Legislature o ainder rhprew the
cler2man usand terratory.nor..se inspasr the
ragnuars..ng ir>m sa.4 relanon. But one same
shall b.*a-ligees to judicial cognizanor so she
federal course neonuang to the course of its
"-"'"" ,,,bthen a dchester

equ.1co that reqmred forsmelsaberof#on so,
u shall.11 us norm a governmember.int aluates.

nu5 m oinde r d. ai n
may provide. e.*. ->.te.
dra 1. .'Cu rerritoryshalibe acqu redbythe
Uni d alets, #504. lum ,we for


in in.s.rdarer.s inal sh. er
/eda! a rn. ee sa edu -
rare un ion be a L n pa dgLa
.. r. are y.
5 e. J henher she as so ution, nor any
/1 r,-sodress a artlas, afrd fna
on .. re 3antee; oorojan Und
the aws rt.ere r mu hing persons bou
her on .r.vulur.Eury a-r'sue -a she Disarset of
",",, ','","an an ne ."rd ..Mm ian
war.. no donnot car. at rise compensauou
or due pow. r to 1 wrule a pcousbu re

r .4 nony, ..-roons a usin J so labsor or see
2 .un\a l n 0iL! .
30 .s.new of no um ..ne, unk..a .cave
ee4 je j en w rhI
therenioval or transportation of persons had
3.> 1.0,. r or ....0 a car, son.n.. any asse .
or Ta i on Xre 1 as ei 2$ tre
recognized byam or usag and ine right du-
.Tp here E.1 3 gnran ad,
c s...s a...re but us in asia -r iraAs, ..s
i!e ar /..;\\oi prr 0...
i our or n .ce on.. as is.. I s ne on-angm
., on.ason.. of per.mas new
p 0 .mer.r.r ..... s..r=> u, on. .
0 cos s\1 r a / a|!a .
-,no .q;ur..s us a en prnse..ud.
>.0 ..se m.r a p.r.s;.- ... or as a .ec at
.s... on ar., fourn. ........:..r m.- ars.elu of use
'""" '"" """ '.* .. -.e. .0.-1 so pres.-..s


fu:. .s ar n us r to the plIassa to aw.au sa assen
*^ ****
ev rrI rk oredge share trade is here y rnr
Ira <1, on f eC. 6 ad/
near ... o 0.. unned sale. ..2 us ru.r. or,
am p...:. (,.-,**.4 rt.e no us...e.e r.
se e, a t he be st, .1.5. I oral .111. se lion La
.. r o
l.....grapan ause nen.o soon or .. ....
...-8: a usures. .1...12 us no ar.n.aud or .amum
"",'"',',",",jo an on an urson
as to..eelse unnusu p., ..*8,.. ow.sur n...r..I.
ale ss assequeandu sand, an all .....
were useals.:-u..Ie.ouserunts..er w...es .1.8;
8 ass, ..rres. sun. suean,, was prose...s
,ur, w.ie.g so a.cado .au. ..ae, ..
rea. ...en r.,g.I.v. us.....a.el i.y- use man...
or ..u.s..J.s.un, ad use owns sa.erebyg prove.
ad and obstructed so use p.ars..n of less ,tomed;
non- mereasury or unica usu.'re, Cr.,rkes. sh....
preside sy11.aw rur see...ing r., the enuen'.s or
,,f ,a l,. prisole,;e ....4 ....un.r.. 2.... of ra...
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Tus Sous u i.vvs a va a vuP.sueiptimu

II VESME.10 -The he ork falOd ptD*
ILo following lear, ishich will ap-
ply to rhe sooedang States genciall as
well as O*orgia:
hav been fisrnistdbiby soleading
8 e, wa Inner-
ments a su regard to use course of assaset.a
with nonwearders of Qeog.pan4 e -
n wit at

SavanadEFe6 a en

Mr. elsaus
you for your kind qpp a
loya ly adilboDor, and "gs,
ander no conceivablec ageps
an ininarlYS CODilhodigg '}ED*
perly an the Free Shees, would seiAare of
Norrhern auvestmouss be itegokle h; and
even then, as rar as Geogia "iii concEFlied,
the law passed iV lier recent (Jainvendon
Onid be valid against' eve'o'f sion,
because istolensillyo.,iaHrnisjinaltid ments
andmovices new once. You have stus Or-
dinanoe annezed, aindGr'wtidith / 7
depend, in base of need,,hsivia mmall Idors
be ine nToo we d man
sures. [ba South wants iends and pigs,
ral, and will do everything she dark to draw
and secure bush.' -
The conservative element of our aew
Confuderacy in eiridestodil by the Webbilros
Lion and dignny of Ehe payonediagg in the
fires Congress, and, above all, by the seleo-
Lion othe chiefs. It'hha the bouth is well
in Lbe anddle, dbeachil be a gran' deid less
restive shan she was in thqlaseparthdEBHip,

whdr thered as & y am F
new Tanff for letainit aeog SU
per seat. ad"wolog 6p jpypise poet,


I howe endeinw. ad to pro 6, in any re
assona-mi e ea enee a ad th w to

was.co.g a1-=;.uk ..rs. influence, she does
r itpastead to interfere in anyplace where
er address are not concerned; and, finally,
that ifAens= mpnt see witht all that is

at an every ing w ch iolatee in ter-
national right and justice. Events diffi-
enit it, he foreseen have combined in Italy
ta conqi cate a state of things akendy em-
arrasse
My Governdm agreSg rich its allies,

recourse to do principles of non-interven-
tion, which leaves each country master of
itsdesony, localises questions, and prevents

lefromidegenerating into Europe.n
I certainly am not ignorant that this
system jxiesesses all the inconvenience of
appearing to enthorize many grievous ex.
ceases. Atreme views would prefer ano-

unmnae la oneen s ouled arh
every revolution, others that France should
plooe hersb1f at the head of a general reae-
sion. I will not allow myself to be divert.
from say pathe are o lo osite

ness ofshocountry that its rights be main-
tained where they are incontestable; to de-
tend its honor wherever it may be attached
and to afford its support where it is sup-
plicated in favor or a just cause.
it is thus that we have maintained our

vices are now irrevocably united (re united)
to France.
At Rome 1 considered is necessary to in-

tresse cl e5C so nahen tthe se ty or
sid
leeps my fleet to Gaets at the moment
when it seemed that it must be the last re-

2::il'::.'"::::""t:^,..AA 1 in
withdrew it; however worthy of sympathy
aright be a royal wisfortune so nobly sup.
purred. The presence of our war vessels
obliged as to depart eyesy day from the
system of neurality which I had proclaim'
edandgavenee to arroneous anterpreta.

But you know that in policy the possi
bility of a purely disinterested step is seas
vely behered su-
Each is nspid exposition of the general
situation. Let apprehensions,4herefor, be
dissipatedand les confidence be re-estab-
lished,
TheLondon Times, in reviEwing the
Emperor's speech, finds nothing whatever
. la Tp vePo e son for.One im-
tuesse inesease of the Army and Navy,
gaves no account of the foreign relations of
she country, SD& DO 88surances of her good
u ten an in odwr0 untry----we

policy which the Governmdos of France is
aboata pursue, and, above all, the Sm-
ror appears neidger ountent with the Con.,

h I or na ve {acting wa

nob\ in n on o"ro
pos, so ensure a y one.

Westermo ortus LoursrANA FLAeo.-
The following is the prayer delivered bF
Rev. Father Habert, 8. J., on Saturday
last, on thypresentation of the Convention:
"Mr. PFesident and Gentlemen of the
Convention,-I bless this our flag in the
use of God; I bless at in the name of the
Father who as all-powerfuly 1 bless it in the
anae of the Soo, who has spread blessings
on makind; I bleeit in the name of the
Holy Ghoes, wboisa spirit of fortitude,
"Oh! our Ang! Let it be the spabol of

olapd a t a b e7it a
dear Louisiana. Let, as all be willing to
arand and de by it.**
fle then repeated the following Latia
benediction. ,
"JSousaictio Des unapotentle, Patris et
him as aspirites bouts, deseeadnt super to
or manent, amper. Amea."-Baton Moup
Daily Adsonate,

fanackar SS.-edgets has capitulated.
the Royal faspily social to a French
asymer The garrisoters held as prison.
@rs of war for the presept,


wise and patriotic couns I may yet
prevail We argue a favord,1c sesue from
many recent indications. There is a visi.
ble softening of the asperity which has
heretofore exhibited a threatening aspect;
a receding from strong positions always
assumed whilst the blood is hot, and only
modified when judgement reassumes its
sway, and reason and reflection are allowed
to exertan influ ence. We shall look with
anxiety for the next and latest advices
fr
the two American Confederacies shall be
friendly and fraternal, their power and
strength be increased by mutual and aux-
. illiary co operation, their commerce, man-
. ufactuers and agriculture be encouraged,
- advanced and extended, and the cause of
. civisilation and human liberty be perman-
ently established and operative on th6
North American Continent. Or whether
they will bristle with ,preparations for a
fiatricidal war, where a brother hand will
be imbrued with a brothers blood and the
smiling beauty of universal happiness and
prosperity be changed into the horrors of
wide spread ruin and desolation. Forbid it
heaven. Our voice is still for peace, pro-
vided it involve no sacrifice of our 1.0 .or
of our rights


Arrivgs.

The Schooner, Florida, Capt. James
Hays, arrived in our port last week, from
81tim0TO.
The Florida was consigned to Mr. Tr
SANCHEz, with a cargo consisting princip

e vof Fkto ndes 0200 re a o
and 2000 bushels of Cora. Mr. B. E.
QAnn received groceries to the amount of
300 barrels.
During her long passage, of 21 days,
the Florida encountered a very dangerous
storm, and lay to for 10 days; she labored
hard, her seams were opened, her masts
worked and were badly strained; the deck
lond, cousisting mainly of brick was lost,
and a part of the Cargo in the hold seri
ously damaged by water. At OD0 6 MO DO
hopowns entertained of riding out the
storm.
The Schooner, C. D. Wolf, Capt. Buck-
alon, Master, arrived from New York on
Monday of the present week.
Her Cargo, amounting to 1200 barrels
consisted mostly of assorted provisions for
Mr. Ear.xII, stress of weather detained her
at Cape May for nearly one week; she then
way favored with a rapid and prosperous

n )i I systo ocat Ir thfoligh
the enterprize of ourtneroba4te, with pro-
visions of all kinds, and we understand
that these are held at reasonable prices-

REY. Ma. PicLLIcza.-We notice that
on the 5th and 12th day, the sessionofthe
Monthern Congress at Montgomery was
opened with prayer from Rev. A D. Pzz,
IdCER, Pastor of St. Peters Church, Mont
gomery. He Rev. gentleman, is a tyne
80utile700f, B 08the Of OUr City.

WASHINGTON Feb. 28.-The peace
proposition of the Border States conference
passed the House to-day by more than a
we thirds vote.
A test vote inthe Senate to-day shows
that it is impossible for the Peace coder.
ence plan to pass that body. It cannot
command a two thirds vote.
Mr. Stanton, author of the force bill,
said he did not wish to make war on the
Confederate States, he would sooner re.
cognize their independence. His object
was to keep the border States in the
Union. Time Republican party ought to
make sacritecs for them,


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BT. A ;GtUSTINE, FLORIDA,


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SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY.


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(For the St. Augustine Examiner.) thinking it all over again, I don't knor
A Reply to our Invitation to ''Speak I why Ihave done this, why I have let my
out." thought linger on him; may be is was be-
canee they told me he was combg back to
Mr. Earroa:-An invitation having hisoldhometoliveupinthe stone man,

ban et Ad our r N to si neondthe hi w edn to i e
during my long sojourn in this place, I did when he left it, years ago. He never
have not heard of a single instance, where came back affair he left me, but Eve fears
an act of anoivility--arising from political after I saw his manage in the paper, and
or see r fro 8thbe oinflic ones I saw his wife litcl frail crearnre

on the contraff, I have noticed that the 7 ER
Cit of St. A 0 d h there is a tear in my eyes, another and
izens ugus ine, uring to past another, and they are polling over my
Intense political excitement, have studiona- cheeks. What? is my heart no strolsger
ly avoided every Whing that might have a than that; pogr foolish yeart, afterbouling
tendency to disturb the peace and quiet- go 1.ng with force n are ch e-inkin
.,de of the**siranger arrrian gree pure gony y 6
now? but 1 ri .1,2,or e summ..sm and a mn. el,. my journal
an every lespeer, this is the most lastorable June 1xh -1 have seen him again
locality the Intr.I dean lirad n the South. '
Seas i..rrl tranentily or reh6alth or ,:1 h -ur<
9" P an, I turned say cyes upon him once while
suously: and here, if he audi-posed to**re." eining there,..mi [ me: his eyes, his dark
J unmCaesar the abange that are Desar 8," powerful eyes, looking in' inarie. I never



satereasing, veneruble, and Andent Cuyof and made Isis firm lips quiver,*whosi he
abe funny South F L R. met my eyes, the ever, ther he had never
Correspondence of the Examiner. looked into since she.night we persed far-
PALATEA, March 4Lh 1861. teen yeare ago, parred bdause some mily
Mr. EDITOR;-Our little town is a good angry words t.arse between us, and neir wr
dealstirredupjust noir in consequence of wouldconfe-s our fault. Bis wife isdcad,
orders from Gov. PERRY, to our guards to I heard some one as been dead nearly'
report thesisselves at Femandina at once. two years, strange that I never heard of it
they are to leave on Thursday. This is before. 110.e.. I was comingsons inf church
moving apon short notice, and, in some I saw him coming towards me, but old
cases, as considerable cost to the membi-ra friends crowded hiin, and grasped hiahand,

a oets usi e either wray obsenerifleing so I came out alo e. I wonde f houkwould
termined, however, to demonstrate that in self this question ? Why am sittirig hire
organizing forthedefense of their country's to day by the upon winkw, And wifting
rights they were in good earnest. Iam about him ? Why does every simp, send
told by members of the company that Pal- Use blood to my face add make my hears
aska herself will contribute about thirty of beat in quick heavy throbs, why is it? He
her citizens to the expedition, and it is ex- would not love me now, now when youth
pecked that the number will be largely basgone, now when trouble has brought
welled by volunteers from the surround- wrinkles in say brow, do, no I and yet my
ing country. I do not know all who pro- lurc is as atroug us ever, why .should 6.*
pose to go out but from what I snow of have dsed out: How beansifully the sui
some wbo are going I should Irefer to is sinking. 11e used to stand beside me and
meet the Palaska Guards as friends. wateh these rosy sunsets. It seems as if I
It is at much fueonvenience to those can feel his hand now a noothing down my
that remak as well as to those that go, wavy hair with that.1ighteareasingmotion.
that this requisition is met. They will be Will those days ever return ? Bomething
much missed. Our Postmaster, for ex- whispore to say heart; that the past is .8
am le, and his depu I believe both given, and that the cruel **Forever" .. Is.,
p ty are, gotten. \Yill he conse to me again ?
of the company. Abey God bring them June 25th:-Ten days.have glided pass


Christian hope Write the e itaphs of the same penson wlw bent over this paper be-
I' fore t but I will write all abunt it. I had
dead! gone one for a walk, and I waridered down

eviAs e orstt iehthing is war! of all by diet:ittle idefa w 01 to e tune
Who does unt pray that the good Lord unul I was close beside him, then Issarred
willurere tiscus both? Who does not back, but he saw use and sprang from bus
pray sent, with that plending lowk in his eyes,
a I 0 c osub a twouledo ree up e mune clon do auddvi b r

be frustrated and forgiven ? But who that I could not speak, E unly bowed say head
has the soul of a man would hesitate which on my hands, whild great scalding seara
of the alternatives to choose ? fell frean my eyes. Its took my hands in
has, and drew me to went beside him, then
pringhas opened charmingly on the lie told me how much lic had safered,
River---8We has tipped the spray with howmuchsickness had passed over him
blossom, unmarked tue vials of her oint. alter my ornel words drove him from me;
ment, filling the air with their spicy smell but it is altforgiven, and I am again less
and the trees are fall ofermusic now of a promised wife, lus wife, his forever I
hear his step, nod now he .ia besiqe use,
morning. The mu who has no heart to looking over my shoulder while I write,
praise the God of Nature-the Father of with his hand laidou thy hair I=.wool.ing at
his spirit, the Redeemer of men, at such a down the old way. But I must close you
868800 as thi8, ought to move outof Florida. any liule book; one more line l will irrire -
Tomorrow1shallbecomehis wifg and I
Every thing here is uncongental to such a do not tisar but who 1 shall be happy for

oraem my to rite ---such a bbes he us1.1 in is jHoug all th e g
must close for the snail. . you my Jenny, forever and ever, for are
g you nos the only woman, I have everlbved,
my a ring Je=> ? MLs hears is satis
[FOR THE EXA.MINER. 894 thank 000 lur gibing n 0 II Uns
Leaves from an Old ]Kaid's
Journal. A NEW COTFUN CLEANBa -We bayo
seen in operanvu a now Couun eippier

a Jque 16tl..---Yes! I au. an old maild! to ng usbum y r Am
a re arm rei v i si n ..uk r, a : alls also glas Ir Missinaippa mand
silvery threads that whisperof weary, bittee owe, wprkin.; by me same power slant moves
troubles through lone, long years, Oh! the gin, an extnets been she staple as
how 1have suffered, but there is rest picked alluc every impurity, wubout BL
up all injuring to comple. fbe heavy residum
there, up among the Angels, I wonder of dirc falls below, while the he dust is
why Ihave commenced this writing again, conveyed aw.y by the draft areated by the
writing about my weary life. My Journal running of time madame. The resulr. is a
is old, very old, and years have past away beautiful artwie of canonfree from dire and
since I wrote in it lass; I never have read leaf, and yielding to the planter a rich pro.
duct in flue ColluD.
the pages that I wrote, never opened it, af- twelliachine was pratensed in September,
terthe night that he left me. Harry St. 1860.
John, there was memory enough left with. Anyinquarnes unde for the Cleaner will
out referring to my Journal to read of the be attended so, and any orders lilled upon
happy days we had spent; now gone forev- Totion n tro .\le rn. J Iso Mr. i. r d
er, aye forever; I will write is though the vice to ourrenderR UD time subject in a few
hand trembles stud. great drops of agony days.
stand on my brow, for way down through This new invention has been econ in
memory'saisieringschesword forever, Yest practical operation, and tested by several
I said is to him when we arted threw is of our bust planters( and this overseers.
P Their certificates speak of its very sauafao.
forthon the night air, and the wind enoght sory results. They of hi "Its capacity
it up and sighed again and agnia, It's for. for remriving dirs, san and trash excela
ever! I was youtig and proud then, and any invention of the & Trf have seen,
he stern and unforgiving, and so we part,- And the staple is not at all injured. The
ed, three mouthe before our wedding day. Iparhtic a of trashareawansjushunt.a to
Ifhe bad battapoken kindly-but why do I the lios, thus oishanoing PhT splue of the
hink of it; it is past. To-day 1 have beca Cottoo."-Netcher (ourier


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Senator Yulee, abould Mr. Lincoln. hsten to the counsel, SHORTEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA.
The.Kome Grapanfon of the 28th ult., pf the rash and anti-compromissag wigg of Leavescharlestonevery Tuesday e
aipqaheque follows:-Wealearn fro\n gentle- 1 6ati eher to a to 4 Afternoon, at 8 o'clock.
aspeathogeocotly vigitp4,4erunndinai on happiriess and prosperity rf thirty millions POR PALATEA FLA.,
boainess conne.-sed with our Banks.ud that of people, or war with all its attendant Via Fernandina, Picolate, and all Land. NE W SCHEDULE .
abo dissinguished gendeman whose name palamities and miseries, he ought not for a ings on the St. Johns River. -:11st]=- 4
graces the caption RE thia .atticle,. will on moment to hesitate in the choice." THE STEAMER Southern mail closest this Post Office Wed- '9
next Nonday. week visit our lawn. We nesday's and Saturday's at 8 A. 3(. Northern ga
faiks thitwoocasion to vapress.aur admira- is ig(#$t $8%'$ ? mail rior a Mortiny's and sursday'ant sP. M as 70prietor
ISon of the distinguished service Mr. Yulee Return of the Commissioners--Boren- d T'he uties sm 1 dTale Ns a maill TElE Sub er .."hhe sprliarare Loan unse
Jan tendered Florida by bia great energy adeand speeches. CAROLINA Thursday 8 andSunday's by 10 P. AL OasiP entry THE PCs 7 Jergone Israpro nan ..ieutr.led red re of it
is ampt ti y oI money for developing As soon as it beennae kn..nr., yearerds..s OFFICE HOURS. GER & CO., N 19 Broad Street New York* sullmore ec ele ibe z.nmeans gue=>.
he.rwoue4ch aind promoting the iDterP&( CVCDing, Ad[ IE Eff81dent Tylec ured Elums CAI'T.. T. J..Te00KWOOD. r apa ushly sPfr nU A. M. to 12 haver e I foDIow ubNta islKen reit as lee'.1 le to is 3.
andy of. the State -Unsuring and Jan.e. A Seddon had resumed fro.I. H ash- ILL leilve Southern Wharfas above, reg- Bunpay's the Office will be open one liour for which appears to be standards article with the ones.
a el.ergy knoqa no flag. surr..r., 4.rr....er-s... r. w..x,.uade 1 -r year.ng >'Clockenlarly (every Tuesday Afternoon, at 8 delivery after themailiLa distri\bRxtedl. Draqrjri to ,..1.1 1 Sqmm lon he at era lenamend
or man in the Stdie, we any cle..n. u s.=...... s.. .nu m.:.v.J...;-ly, bri ters Returning, leaves Palatka Thuralay Morn --- - Gin as a Renatellal 4gent. ...i c..... ... ,uer -
uL egy disparagement of the claims eight .....] I.I. so a 1...9., El.. I orst fluge ment a at 8 'Clock P colal< rs a as F keon The *4.0 LONDON DOCK ulN of F.I.- a II r r a
of othreen, could I.,ave carried on Hand up .re. r.....s ..t rl.e F:ul.ance P. M., arriving as charleston, see A. M., or O lee, can s o0.,, ....a.,, .. .. ,,,

bri:1,:'::.=::,:::::::t...'. ;i.s "n ':.:- .: "" PASSAGE: ",\] re; .er J.. I h literrena my a pa ( ,as a Ev b n vio a
.sa thei;epps, and..which,_pill soon odner t.pps.,p.I. ...ra 81r Teler.I..1,.>I.d- ,J., undin $6.00 g ,,->ri ha Lirysersee I.reof Sr Johr.eseat.n- a 1.v. beeniall..ned It is endently I..o r.sral .ernoragratSOU'f IEERNDOW1.8
deal Fl6rket.Ihe green (Honourkfare be* Pico onvi (Palatk 8.00 iv anessed to rl.r Judye ->1 Pr.tware of St pr .rto. c.aryclieful.i..Isitation-the rset. e ThefLORII)1HOUSEasmastedrianisyseup.
the Atlabtic'and Gulf esties For eng to el.....MI u r1.-: .. uties I., ....... for. sea am .. J. TAYI,010 so sh..s caus.e.v. *,0.1 r., the care line ask to be isneaple-the jumper herry, Long so blend d ly settl eted es.3nding a centrd lade in she
om phyfipair, had- to en. "'"d "..du ..ppl. In obs.d. Is. savi 4,,,,, 7 ,,,,.3, e ver.red srocu the ader..rnsear....,n as say best a delsea coun grebitSE 6 8LACidH- Ind but their nassion l...A re-ult.*d so n..using which H. L. Cisismit. I as g,-,gy goIRD. Executor offeu ye 7.1 havehrsal uses.ion so was man break u.nJ. to winter. The'rn re large
firephend regreesemies, .:.4 no money. could phe any I...pe to the South The re March I 18 1 anaris.n.'" Islarch 8. IBM : an ..rs.es, and .. er a very c and prow.ded a sun.rInsed use is

dR md easow"an e ipl* port radopted 1.) the Conference uns :. it THE CirCU T r(5UltT PASTERNa ,, t .sa oundehdd IIb er ndalers numberd
an b go islil: se rqgressing AI reseral Jurn I ofty rattapers which r.lf..rded go pUll OF FLORIDA, P[iTNA.11 =>UNTY 18 J. NOilee. 5 0 .'" *

m a a upggy was not itabineer/ hancery. 1 nJ. nTrerilli 1 w.11 e nilly"fitail of
ilkiendsand Hioney. When the Company Mr Seddou oi:st nd. ressed the throng Alar r Dell fu. Dionce. 0,-, rn. .s 11 rn 0 "Petfr ed a doing me for the are fanodbgraytr
has t.tic few friend.., nomonef, and many Ele gave the report of the Pence Conferer..:e ope oract Junice <.rir ...ne or SI J 1... n y. and a M.TON 8 LLTER, MD .1 ..rn or gafar l ket a
emieB, and others wlo, thqi4g not open a most glorough sharing, and don.-un.:ed a u efendo 8orn at for a rinal J.. I..ap r r. Sn narration 8 Wess.3sish Street. .NT ".usnes n arter fance Old he found


-3'v''"iliff".'r "'d u 1 a- usa si n 3 e MuchD8G1. t lor, t i"BI D M D e
nothing hut tine deternained efforis e Jr it she Cou.mis i .o. ra l. id been mures sr .r of complaint, otherwise e decree liquors. Its ingredients are the diatilledjuices a 1 secure en f an o hns que:


a will be bmJr. tenatuation to have ample security tor the some newspaper, published withial this Cirbuit. SIX Months after date the Undersigned will thesemmgled aromas, an gliferi and exquisite Nov. 17 1880. $in.
With the- genimi and foresight of De. > B. A. PUTNAM, Judge. Presembis final accountsand vouchers to mildstess-asmooth oily body---andan almost
Wau (.linton, Who projecud abat great future.or accede at once-Virginia could 1, John C. McMillan Clerk of the Circuit the Judge of Probate of St. John's County as floral odor to the liquor, which renders it deli-
emerprise, The 17rie Canul, which hosta inade have got all shr n .nied. Court Eastern Cirewit of Florida do hereby her- Execute of the Estate ofLADE8LADAREYES clous to the senses ofsmell pnd taste alike, while
NewYoskStatethclin.pureSameof ther.I.J Neitherof the distinguished gentlemen a y @rth are ing r h$cuouar a rtT 4122 1a at TI d alonrdat the same assiparkiMiqukidpurityleavesnothingforthe
lining and sh* Cuy ...r New Yur k II" entered inito a full exposition of their views, the original is now on file in my othee this lish R. B. CANOVA, In conclusion, the writer inuat remark that 0
Metropolis of this Contmerit, Mr. Yulee, day of Folf. 1801. January 61861. Executor. Masses. A. M. BININGER.& CO., 10 Broad
gliomptetfby a ppiritas commendable, has choosing; properly, to reserve them for a JOILN C. Mo.111LLAN, Clerk. streetY. Y..merit the gratitude of the entire
projectedaeverafgreatworksforthedevelop more appropriate occasion.-Richmond PerJ. W. Woods, Deputy, a medicalprofessionaswellas of the world at
anentandprogressof FloridA. These works Despatch. St. Augustine, March 1, 1861. 2nt Oilee. large, for having introduced stimulant ofamob

at Int Tt6 Ird t I d Virginia Convention. IN CHICUIT COURT, EASPERN ODICUIT OF IX months after date I shall apply to the unexception I n tdy and unequ oneal power, O.W.
al.e wholve..cry.1 a oI nil hief..ellies to I RICIDIOND, March S.-.Liesolution was FLORIDASTCJOHN'S COUNTY. JudgdeiofPr bat.eof8tdJ hinsCounty FloE Journa andlledicalGasit everage.-[Ohemacal Theenterprisingproprietor of
achievensent of y .la ..ct, El :L Ly*, a introduced on Saturday, declaring that Vir neery. tate of MOSES E. LEVY late of said County December 11860. Ogggggy g*BOVE WHISREY.

man an j d esp b ginia would immediately resume the pow- El zabeth Newman, 361 for Divorce. deceased. D.L. YULEE. D. J. TAYLOR .R'.Y."Gilit."A"id"'s'."N.'"t""
see how greatly q has coutsibu.ed to the ers, delegated to the Federal Government, * Administrator. Healthful agrl Invigoratingdatthe liame time a
nownand p 8p eo a reseEltate, as forth reason that.helbyropro ti
flial affection and reverence -Political sdtimatus, had been rejected by the North, sidesent of the State offloridn: On Motion of Honth T body and mind. In addition to the certitcates


3 entlem ra un lia n ly to th audA rg twrabsintroducedagai 4 tu I a SHALL WMI CMEN RULE RBOEIVING AND FORTF &DING
Florida, particularly the people of Enas to negotiate for the transfer of Forts Sun Month, and that the said Defendant do appear purgy.
Florida, agree that the latter is found in the ter and Pickeus and plead answer, or demur to said Bill of Com-
haracter of their late and distinguished plaint, on or beforessid day, or a Decree will The Newspaper for the Times ? FERNANDINA, FLA '
8 ator the Federal Co DA L There is no propect of a report from the Thereupon pass in the same manner us if the PhiladelphisSept. 9th, 1858
els in agl e 8, VID Consmittee on Federal relations. Defendant ha appoured and was presout in -: o:- We have carefully tested she sample of Chee-
,Elil.EE Court: JL is further Ordered that a copy of the E WEE KL YDA Y-B OOK IIIIIA. Ageist for Charleston Daily Line of nut Grove Whiskey whigh.you sour as and Bad
above Ordai be published in some public news- I' OR 1 SO 1 8te shas a conu.man none or the P., .>...>u.ssmr -inrse >
Drgansuanonofthe New Confederacy. WashingtonAITairs.) P.Ps= i Unis ints.* (.is spines ? 1. u.* aaouths amers' km we as Fu&.1Osi, .rl.ub is 11.4 es.un-- .....L..
The ltiew York Jotoroned.,f t.ommirce in, WAsIIINGTON, March 2.--,& largenom Areas star .J.3 .ag psura l rr r. 1.- ...r.Is Nonernsuranswe great money-erisis a ad Hijamous ingradieuL oi the use ra ni
highly camplimentary toclue Presidesitand ber of the late Government employees' IDavid R Dunas a rkLlof St/si reuit wough utthen TmWuT s eor Rxver Liate. ""' soors ones;&., e.
Vice President of .the Neir Confederacy Southern Senators and Congressmen are Court do hereby Gerdfy that Use foregoing in during the men January, 1861, au increase Analytical Chemists.
It speaks as follows: pfeparing to go Smith. rue Copy of an Order in this Case made this over the corresp ng month of last year,- New York, Sept.3rd 187.
-The choice of provisional oflieers to pre- 'file Hon. Dudley Mann leaves for Mont- fas a f das64 the sent or said Court $oe)Imblic unland is< identiMines fung the gre Whih ai e v dr h he
.videoverthe new t.onfederacytillsu.a with gomery to-morrow morning, atSt.Augustinethedayandyearabove.vritten- this Continent, and repudiating the delusions THE STEAMER Jr.,ofPhiladelphis, andliAvingearefullytested
:admiration for the wisdom and good sense The Seeretary of War isened a general March 2 1861AVID R. DUNHAM, Clerk. that the anti alavery press have fostered, while it, I am pleased to state that it is entirely free
.uftisti Southern Cougress. If ing this they - 4m Tax Day BOOK, fits only paper i@the North that from poisonone or deleterious substances. It
iturve rs fleeted, as we a ee no reason to dis- order this moning dropping Gen. Twiggs --- --- oftallenges the fundamental errors ofthe Repub- is an unusirally pure and fine $4YOEOR qGality of
from the roll for treacher Tax Collecter's Bale, 11can party, is becoming the great itant of the whiskey.
Tai e a o so fl ja p. The not of 18th February passed by the irtue o e 'nrer nm erd La tunu DAY-BOOK holds that this is a govern. 2. x 1 0 2TON,
yiefit assendipg the inecession movement. Congress of the Confederate States has on ifloaday the 2nd dayof September nexts its ment of WaIts Max, and that inferiority of so- R. IVES, Captain ps, x=a va, an
11 wp must encounter a rival government abolished exclusion of Yoreigners from the frontof the Court House in the City of St., Au- ,cial and political position, for the negro race, -9 l have madea chem cal analysis of cornm/r.
to soil hithi'rto common to every Ameri. gustine, between the usual bours of Sale. and superiority.for t..e sque re:e. as the natural cial samples of Cheenut Grove Whiskey, which
s.pu 41 refer that, it should coasting trade arid all disciiministing duties. A House and Loth George Street assessed to order of American f ue-wif sil who want to ILL leave Dr. Hartridge's Wharf, Jack proves tobe free from tire heavy Frisil Oils, And
can citizep, we grea y p It makes no distinction between citizens A. W. Waliter, bounded North by Lot of Tho8. REFUTE THE ARGU.MENTs 09 THE ANTI-8LAVE. sonville, at eight o'clock A. M. on perfectly pure and unadulteratqd: The fine
heonecontrolled by statesmen of ample D.Loirther, East, by*said street, Solith by RYITEs, and understand Alte negro quission, Tuesdays, Fridays andSundays, For Palath flavorofthisWhisikeyisdeiivedfrom the Grain
as pedence ard alslill y, .such as base been and foreigners* Los of Barnardo Segni, and West, by Maria should read it. 1)emdorats, Constitutional men and Intermediate Landings. 11sedin manufacturing it. Respeatfully.
a hosco to consippi Ibe dealinite of abe South- Sanchez Creek, must see to it that sound papers are circulated RETURNING. A. A. HAYES, M. D., State Assayer,
ern Confederacy.. It.isthis weak and the North Carolina Unless the Taxes for year 1860, and 1861, AMONG THE PEOPLE, or Republioin princi- Will leave Palaths at six o'clock A. M. on Ny. 16, Boy1ston Street.
incopapetent who plunge their people into RALEIan, March 3.-Forty-seven cour* aE penues thereonore p adDb fore the day plee 11no or tY K forl861has been Mondays, I'*4 tesdays and Saturdays. For Sale by B. EC RGR
war, and preeipitate its terrible enlamisset ties elect 48 anion to25 session dele tes Shif. & Ex. Off. greatly improved aind several new featul-es ad. TOUCHING AT INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
;*tateamen of larger calibre, better apprect- ga T4x Aassessor and Collector of St. John's. ded, making it a BUSINESS, FAMILY AND And connect at Picolate with 8 for Sept. 8,1860. ly
sets and understand the blessitage of peace, 7 Artunjority against the Convention is County. March 2 1881. LITERARY NEWSPAPER, All.combined intd St. Augustine at One o'clock P. M. on e Up
:and labor more intelligeDely and effeedresy about8,000, one, and at a cheaperratethan any other paper Trip, and Nine A. M. on the Down Trip. PFIVRie BOrdi
as preserve them. The selection of J. tier Ex Gov. Reed wee beaten in Rocking hans Tax Collector's sale. publishedERMS-OASII IN 4LDYANCE Will also make regular weekly trps to Mid-
son Davis for President, and Alexander H. Y Virtue of tl e Power in me vested by Law, ONE COPY er annum $2 00 dieburg and intermediate landings, leaving -i 4:--

1 .. a 5e. a i 't a Majority Against the Convention on a o31 u e e es t f ,0: Of 8 1 t gs Ga to3 via{e.six A few oardle a n be fese in-
will a far towards the accomplishment of will be decreased-probabigovercome. between the usual hours of Sale. A Lot in TWEN17 ONE COPIES 20 00 JQSEPH FERREIRA, Picolata. Roomerfuel, ligh and some-
the a ject spouw, Ehliestishlishmein*of an ----- Marin Street, assessed to Margaret Cole, for LIBERALOFFER8. neuryAu. w. 8. HAnals, Toni. thing abstantial y alling on
de dent ernment. Geneist Day Texas Election, year 186Q. said Lot is bounded on the East, by master, or Any witan season who voill start a 0. DUVAL, Palaths. the Subscriber.Crained of Treasury Lrarse
a utesman great power, combinia NEw ORLEANS, March 1.-Retarns from t j Mac h b ethat of T. O. Holmes, and lu to pbo a d usd c : Nov IB LNNING, Middleburg. Ala.c. & 1800. C. L. RILGk LY,
its an tanusual degree else various quallSea- Hairrison county, Texas, give eight baudred Unless the Taxes and Expenses thereon are We make this oifer that the paper may be in- ...
nons for big Dew position. He is eflicient 4 for se d fort -fo paighefore the day of Sale, produced at every post-oilice, feeling confideaL SEND FOR A SPE CIBIEN FILIMBEIL n,
in action, cool in judgment, litm in par- ains steeession. es Ma on, Ru kar Tax .uses ork . fiPsr. an'.. wb. .,Too 8 .10. li dFut. If ", Rye & Buckwheak BR YAM S

moo ye thefr ato% hi (hefolcee arealmostunanimous for seces Counts. .41.ren: IMI. 0 n .t-,-m 1.son. 1.:. usw. 6 E FLOCR, BC('KifH 4' (g ygryg
pany Northern presses have represented sion. .r Colle Bal e. rn. arms he ser.de .11 be ent le a na IL OL R, 5TRA F.-latill, J


youp oin'thie"cominent For Ve I'hlei- MONTGOMERY, Maroll $.-The60ligreS8 on Monday the 8rd day ofJune r.ezzIra from as amade 10 a ru one skilarm at ants. r6stier 84pt .0-1860. PAPER. -
.dent, the Southern Confederacy has a man admitted the Texas delegates to full privi- .tbhe CouralHousei J>erCit a St. Augustinied free* ING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY THL O.ILY L.lDY 8 NEWSPAPER PUILISJE-
grloo less thau two mus.dhis, ago, was pm leges at members to-day. After n short Marin Street assessed to T. fl. Rolmes, for year an t lie a le no 80HOOLD LD IN THE UNI'iI D SI'ATES
mounced the emire ep bo }a.n press, a discusilfron this morning, about a reduction 1860, said Lot is boundedNoith, by Lot of Mar- expirationot the time of advanoempayment.- YORKV1LLE, S C. Spessimen numbers sentpost).paid, on the re,

h norts Tieo of the I as in the tariffthe Congress went into secret reit C edaes, by the Bay, and West, 141( apmoimen copies a t rus. Subscriptions can th Sol oras tjcdeled wiser neiptof a three aesAs TAM & CO
l'ldie st use whe thqpraised Mr Ste ena, session. a an re heTaxes andl Expenses thereon are When draftenan be obtained. they Fare safer mies, of which the I'rinoipyds 132 Boull. Third Barse
prol b morgree go rant ernkh The Congress were several hours in se" , D. ROGERO\ Shff. & Ez. Off- 4 fdal sBut wPlbn men is rm t 1 8mat nOlasP al course is added.1 low. S Philaglphia, be.
artipan maliceAheirPgeneral 8ea imate cret session to-nigh C 'ax Assessor and Collector Marc 21 ^n's at r sif is on he ofr b 4 et 2. Ch y g Prinolpals. L 4 18 BEL El DDI 0 UOMI'Elis
of is character was quite correct Be The Reported Resignations. monqy was certainly enclosed and sent, it is at December 1 1860. 6w;, stands, Bureaus Tables. Chant. W stand.
pens as a o me an an ha WAssuerox, March 1.-The War NOTICE. '"aternes.....msoneaswins...an@ CREAT CURIOSITY. nm jent bb 0 PLrdiroTr.
,before taking the Anal step; asid we have Department received despatcheefrom Maj' LAND be turnished the wEEKLY DAT-BOOK for UNE urhain Shales, CandloatWILB, RMittag Chairs
a doubt that.both he nod General Davie Auderson, on Thursidity, February 28, but OPTICE DOLLAR per year, the lowest olubrates. Ehave one of the greatesteuriosities and Feausers. Han, Mose. .
wonid Isaval been infinite better pleased the Acting Adjntant at the oSice has not Br. AUGUSTINE, EAst FLORIDA, Feb. 22 1861* giv ni so eded u ad e8sta61 ias n, world, fmostl islh'ble invention ine e known Nov. 17. 2.. S. GARR
so prescore the Union no roken, than thus permitted any of its contente-to transpire. Patents for entries made betireen the BiiEth VAN EVRI HORTON & Of ).. Fullpartionlars sent snast. GUAVAJELLY.
to be made leaders in Sta disasemberment. Wheth f day of June 1867, olid the Seventh day of June 162 Nassan Street New York. SHAW & OLARK, Biddeford, Maine
14e malainted in a former article, that notiat to e soilresmgnaeeron sat venan a o8na n u tpir i unvderbthe March 21861. Nov. 31860. 35 1 o eP.e ea,,pCap "'b ,Fs na8z dl
Mr. Lincoln, pp his acceemion to power, we cot.jpcture. received at this maine, and the purchasers are Unrrant Jelly Preserves, thrmanc ally sealed
)shelytofindagoverouseusfullyorganized, herebynotifiedtocomeforwardhomediatelyand J. V. Hernandez* Family Floor earsa.,re..aat... 0...urnaa...
Jam.Ing supreme jurisdtedon over a por. Death of T. SoGourdin, Esq. make the required proofof settlement and cul- Nov. 17. B. E. CARM,
Aion of the IStates, apd that such govery. (EDITOROT THE SOUTHERN CONPsatWACT.) Livaiion," and receive their respective patence, MERCHANT TAIL Rs T][fARRANTED White Extra for Fami use
ment Was quite likely also, to vasthe 'this gentleman died at his lodg at kecauseif said proof is not filed within limited has just returned from Savannah, with fresh 7 T Selectedfpr family Pastry2B to
ps] d " ingh time the patents will be returned to the General | and elegant Stock of goods, which he is prepared : only 6 blla. Remainmg. B. ER. PA'ILDING'S prepared Glue, for immediate
greater a say an sigur, in ala soutITe the Washington House, in Jacksonville, on Land Oflice, and willIhenbeliable to be can- to make to order, in the most fashionable and Sept.12 1860. use, thouse ausata for flatorm na


TEbe 6FMD d althu, n eMB No d9f a non p ad o7nenot Sad a FLINT CORN. an 3
and the taps disprove painfally true Fe tobeconveyed to the city of Charleston JAMES M. GOULD, Register. IGS Dates Gum Drops Rook Cany. to.Ao OO Bagiefer Rominy. Cow Peas for table ders Congrose n.ner. Eppom aslas, Gasser 0.1,
,are the dyse as to ness, Aduini'Mtillar intersilent. March 8 1861}&.P. FERREIRA, Recener. April 7-1840, N 17. Ji. B. CARBz So Gum.aast.m. I o OE RR








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A.d REDCE PRICE
oal y le tae ia sta I i r etfuly


stTRIL LAMP I i

Ke rsosene Kersee 13.tib9
Caphne Caphne 5.625


IInts & Oaps.
FALL FASHIONS ARE O UT.
Brokelooseearryingaway
the spare change like a
erciless showman yHat i he
afford it, and eve ody must know all
ut the various kin of Hats in order to
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing
rom a store-pip wnRo)a cheme with Broad

Iimp a ,e e a murBE A ad 1;;;
Plug Ugly Swell Head Ventilators, Regulators
and Tip Top, in fact every thing ever worn
from Noah's day down to that of the man who
alwaC 81 pt in his has. So hurrah oErLja

'HAVANA




N. RO GERO
( BENE T' SCO RN ER )
ASonhader leadingBrandoftheday
Givehimsestlepd exammefor yourselves
Dec. 6.

JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
TYOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the publiogenerally, thathe is always
prepared to execute say orders, a is
line, which they may favor him with. He has
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, blookDoe
,' god Fancy Caesuners, Vestings, Neek
All orders executed in the best style of work.
mansidp, for cash only. -

I VE OAK LAND FOR SALE.
800 Acres situated about mileafrom St
A s li1oo Fl This ei e vTy bio
bered with LiveOaltfat for ship building, and
Il ndal8te beeculuvatioA on corroe ofgrLowd

ailulateed abloud Amles n orthSt. Au s *

ap8 quatine, Juty 14, 7 PERpREIRA.


Fraspoosuserthe Daily and Wqekl7
Observer*
lJOII WILL BE THE PRO.
f our oisy front shis date, and such
e increased interest, manifested among
busineea men for she establishmerge of
p in thin city, that we Snd it
absolet n ,eO d pO
IRST DAT OF THE ENSUING
gggg ggPTEMBER It will always
sealosity, but Mspectfully, co-operate with
did Demoorioy of florida in maintaimog
ane prmesple..at al.e 1,asty shininiantnu a
All $tate rhteleau III ""' "
9 the resposity GI unt .01..... and gr-man
8 ate Will termia.. dlan* hir- rs...,r,
Theintenala or -sur le. six.I*ul are| grow-
my city Wi @ja lent.-d sJt. rn ILil con.sILnt
solicitude. 4
Ies is be Biatiously ur..t restood that the
UBSERVER will shways contan the very
latest news oI the day, ref ood of marke-ta
and o.uwfully seleet.:4 me.nrer or v.due and
page he inually <*RK Portled
numan, be given a ......aursand things
enarrang, glatesma and I le.ruda.
'I'FRMS
innir V.ER.; .510 00
Wau.l." Unite S us
a corn-
Ref trani-

MARE & JON ES
pag'M, Aing Sd.
Sealthand Rappine a seasu*edl
YOUtio.MENst.,,.uewas..r.garmsthecf-
eats .a 4 can be surety anapermanen-

file (011CORIratell CIlre
owantamin rewannel, sustaur rOR WEAE-
Mass of Tax
moons:rwres **ws.
isprepared y
Air amwany ratstous or rate carr'

"..44.---
gg of i r, sto

THEINDISCRETIONS OF 14ARLYTOUTH.
TMapreparationie nota BTIMULENT, but
A PliRELY MEDICINAL REME-
0**
The asiotel are invited to try it.
IT WIIJ. BURELY CURE-
Bendforacircular firstreaditcarefullyand
thonyoqwill send for the mediome-
PRICE PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
Osabe sent by maiL Onerialwilllastamonth.
WHOLEBALB AND RETAIL BY
K. ORUGER, AGENT,
",We.74S Broadway, 5. W.
J ash DrugginJilrpokers.

'QUACKERY EXPOSED."
alamblehMMdeaUATreoads Aen disease and

For 8 e YD TO THE Cents.
gbouldbe read by everybody.
September 1, 1800.

WWW YORK PTANOS.


?- gggggst

PIANO FORTES.
ESTABLISHED IN1828
T.H.. Chambers. Plano Itlanu
9
(Formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.)
Warerooms in the "Bible House,"
Cer. 8tlaStreet A.4tle Avenne,
NEW YORK CITY.
Thisis a reliable place to purchase. Orders
by lettertaithfullyezeouted, and perfoot ends-
factionguaradeed.
A. B.-Sered for a circular, with descriptioner
y eab 4 ule of prides. 8m.

THE NEWSPAPER OF THE
SOUTH "'
The 011871881011 lilerCIIry.
afthelatestsod most reliable political, coat-
can I sunr q..atl.YTit;
1 '"',::".'",:1

The a is f the south receives
8 SW 8 .

& "ii"'"".G"T"i'"':::
or t67.eoutursi asses in maintainag
ee No oper east unless sks eask accompanfra the
order.
ICS.RHETTjr
Nov. 10 $800 Charleston 8 C.




IN the street by a Servast a gold ring. The
owner can obtain is by calling on.
4. C, GIBSS
Nov. 18, 1860,
PAINTS AND OILS.
INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentid
3ine hint, Black Lead, Letherage, Glas4
5 oisfe ee Fa PB usYellow. Chrome
Sept 16. B. 5, 044@,'
JUST RECEIVED.
uA 5 o r rt1fe v fo immediate
men VM OrangeRespberry,8tramber
hand a aregoRio Eli r of O

I 0 gr as psomSalts6 or Oil
**PA 14. 8, E. CARS*


FTENITUREL FUR31TITRI.t
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
BT

& Til)'l0F,

(Formly II. P I)EGRAAF,)
eg 87BO ERY. New York.
Thisestablishmentissizatoriosinheight, and
watends.TheathroughwNo.chthrn.uestrces,
making Is one of the
g,4ggggy PERNITURE HOUSES
in al.eUnaeustates
Tracy are prepared to offer greas .nducen..nu;
so size Wholesale Trade, tor Cash or Time-
t heir Steels **one..su., an perf, of
ROBewood,
MailogRay,
aged Walant
PARLOR AND CHAMBER W'#RG,
WITURE.
Also, Capr r.ndfoon Saar work, all.quali-
me, Unit ilves and Sainto Mars.nElaES, a
Isrp neel., basers.a.o (1*allDLB EdBJIITURE,
I sets ava $22 to $100.
JOBuy Llad and Extension Post
Bedsleads,
5 feel wide, espeo.ally fophe Safetherre q
Ter COUM IGT makful f d geW-
eu nALL WORIL GOARANTIED A RB *
Pith qI'[
a Goodar Retailed on Timer --r

Mek10an Mustang lainiment
Initinuarirtuealonecouldinsurethesocess
h3ta t 1 ,hB re se ti J inTs,
Gold, Sprain, Pole Evil, had Swellings upt
@ is w sh soo ste t n And
with reference to the general estimation of the
a 1 v m u he 8 s
neighborhood as this. L. W. 011TH, Ridge-
field, Conn." 8. Lrrren, EEq Hyde parlsVt.
w anaa so 4 on



T en at a s to
should have it. Beware of imitations. The
genuine 11 astang is sold by all respectable
Geabers throng ut to we rk.ietors, New-York


AMERICAN AND FOREIGN.
STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM,
.m ANTHoa W,
80s Broadway, New York.
After May lat, 1860 at 601 BROAD WAY, two
doorefrom the St. fricholas IIntel'

ter toin Zieni gun most instructi e ii
ofN eit e none too old, none We
intelligent, none too unedricated, to acknow-
ledgeits worth and beauty..
No home is complete without it, and it musy
agd wil peatetrateen rTe very part of the
World, in all the reli9f, boldness, J. spearate.
and sharpness of detail, as if you -s so on also
spot.
Photographers are everywhere experin8
rn I eA jift a e oeu f he
Skill are CODBlantly enriching our Biock.
We have an immense variety of paper Views
of scenes in Paris, London, England, Scotland,
Ireland, Wales, France, Delgium, Holland,
wk I 1ndag'Lh{i h e, ,k E ,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Crystal
Palac also Groups Historical, amusing, mar-
riage scenes, breakfast Weekes. piis.nies, statu-
ary, & ., g er An6exquiialte asee t
Cathidral.. ul lf uner.. ltratf qe de. The el-
:. Id.(usese stican natori deargsk moar rangrk-
very g=rstleman of wealth and ruined LSEle
should haus au tus GrawlDg room some of our
enqusetteriew....nglaswidia'remissageterro-
supe.showing 19.01x,54.ior ifltweense "Emb.
,,2, 7.1, if ,,.*, or a at one cean '"
rescue azid the beautiful.
Anthony Instantaneous 8tereoscope Vikin
are the latest Photographic wonder. They are,
takenisthefortiethpartofasecondanderery-

s I e 8 6 8 e a i
value; for to the beauties orinanimatemature is
adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
n n in Em e woe e e homn "In nd
Views of American life and scenery.
SLAm n th 11 in 0 fa u ubHall
so e eleginj on i

rei a e il
Ir Tata see see gued ,n
and such pictures as they may request, sent by
Express.
"*** 1... so a7in who wish to be advised of everything
really valuable in the line that comes out. may
sendus theirnanws toplaceonrecordand ws
will keep them posted at our own expense.
Men of leisure will find Photography a most
fascinating and delightful amusement. We are
prepared to fit out amateurs with everything
necessary for their success together with in-
structions **How to takeStex o p 10ictures."
Importer and Manufacturer of Photography

8 rtI sa 8oesc3 3e s.
amination of our stock, as our discount to the
trade will be liberal.
ToPhoto graph ers.-First class
... .,., z v..utated, with price

if a at e. 4m.


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T.
or, nuaruz* secrete
secuse saw
5 1 a


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save me nuc a*a "


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sham,
or rs,
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to arms, a les
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wrmour was or rnus
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WFff ITEROU Ac,
wit Ess mount

FORE SPEFDH r,
8 sur,





TRAN ANY owN anfrDY
.
lisEl Maii
"rAN ANT Exowx annDr.


FLOUR,

BUTTER,

BEEF '

PICKLES,

SUGAR,

SPICES,

TOBACCO,

.SOAP,



FLUID,


DATES,
AND
Jan. 7.


MEAL,


FEUCKWHEAT,


TEAS,


eCa EG td.


lPIFES


POTASH,
go>^
PAILS. BROOMS,

CAMPHINE,
JELLIES, CANDLES,


moreLoans amesno es-=i.e-mouser...a me.
Bed Bug Ante-Mothn-Mosquitoed-FEcas
rr es.ool --useasonount.,w.ws.,xeim.i.,a..,am--
utshort, every form and specieset
AN A PREMIUM TO EACH PURCHASER
yourn rnon stoo To es.oo. gr *
FTER Two Years'prof table experiencing g
A sov er...n .on..c o mossasor...2.w.
s'iZ="! . q;;;:1,;*g*** 10 Years established in New York City-used
take pleasure in saying that we now consider by ti-< ae City Post-Oilice-the City Pritions
ourbusinessfairlyandpermanentlyestablished. an.Mensuen House-theCity Sloarners, Ships,
We wish it understood that thi1s No Lotteref &c.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholian,'
bu c Mr addegid t ,or h a In &c.-and by more tPan 205000 The Amfl
a GOLD PENCIL WITH GOLD PEN AT. lies,
TACHED, OR A GOLD LOOKET, w$rth $5 allip" Drisggists adelter.ailess evaiwhere idell
each, which cannot behoughts aftyretailstore them.
,""'emne inin; a )ni inconi sa @* valesale Agents in at am large cide.
it,"s?","To,'t!"'C'Eit."".."k'3,'" so- m isses.n novel... in..au.s,
NO MONEY .RISKED! a 51.oo sample Boxed sent & Mail.
war.,o.. co su s..... x..w mat er, w- sear....a-r t., es.e. xw
mium he will receive before sending his money. lors"to
as, as, ., 0...>.... e..iring one of 2 "."""AsMiliq..an. sp. 2 EOADWAr,(Oppbblebl. IC Ohis DEC )

y *, ,},"jj
" e th prwagM andhg 8 du

budnow,, happrangerseianadatacuonhbM a
;; gft.,""*(",t"),"", ;*,,ff 80 CHMH.OTTE STREM,
bowe sar, any persea tabonid feed disposed O 10 Wh a
I ous re i. rl.vade I a on.7s gooo plendidrahbartmeaL (fai&adain dr
had made pr. ...appsse.soon. copearman na mary and ninety days aredis wiLh
Any pr seen senoung na 5& lor our goods wall appru.ed endureers. Orders from my country
*** ****JPremanagerLeels- Ir.=cad-, accomparned skh the cash vall L.s
Jr"""2.irlses.d for a Peacilarad Per. pounsptly mys.au to with greaL oaire and men
" gae entire stariefecuen to the purchaser

ifi'"""i'f" "euitablefor d 2.1 a adr3 go sis a
Gentlemeh's Gold and Bilver Watch- oatisincu... to the purchener. All ap.an..*a
... so a iress and aware easins., purchase nt thip house over mency dollars
Gold SleeVe Buttons, GOld illbe allowed a fate per ceks. ott, for cash.-
v..>..va s....u.. .rs aw.r ., was
Watch Keys, sortment M goods.
Gold Shirk Stude---plain and with settings:
Gold Scarf Pins--new style; Gold Breass
Ping, Gold Rings, &si. &c. conslating of French broad Chith, Dee skin Call
s FOR LADM, Ameres, Pilot, Cloths, 8atinetts and K. Jess,
."0 oi"< ch., is no"rt?" ims allaiivit"r's "'2 atif "s. 't
to G 9elt de ,rT I fin & w I 4eur, hee
Also, Pianos, Melodeens, Musical Boxes, As much Prints, Ladies and passes Rose, Gents
9 n Wreferences given whenever dn & MM oF c o
required. EnglidshCanalrses, hadaudalu F m.
3 Nee, ann ad asw ear a Nov.
letters being A ANGLE & CO. MAPIE 80411R.-Justrecomtwed.
1 8 MAN STREET A *d Appet 18, i. JI QAlly


~PRESERVES


for sale in St. Augustists ly
B. E. CARR
April 14-186(). *
EGETABLES, PenaCorato.&0.
Sept. SS-180s Sl. E.-CARR,


TOYS OB!


VERMIN EXTERMiiMATORS.
7HE
* ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES K}OWN,"
Destroys Instantly
EVERY FORM AND SPECIESOF



"NOT DANGRROUS TO THE III MAN FA\HI.T.
"RATs cons our or In us notes to me."

"Costar's, a me
"Costar's" RatRoach.&o.Extermina-

' Costar's"
"Costar'a" Beid-bugJ xterminator.

O Electric Powders for In-
seats, & .ESTROYS INSTANTLY
Y-


TEST ONE PACKAnn
Test oNE PACKAGE
oN
twr on exxxalt
TIZT ONE PACKAGE,
Every Draginst and country Merchant should keep
asupply of this valuable Remedy, not only from the
fa mm ming imumsitae a
ageln eto espealal sad peculary interest of as
For salein St. Augustine by

April14-1860. B. E. CARR

MS .

DYSPEPTIC REMEliY.

81158 JSpeptic

Remedy has the lar-

geSt Sale Of RIlf Die-
dicine in the world.

10 0, 000 packa es
SOld in Geortriaand
0
1
BOHth ORPOlinR in

fourteen anoriths. It

IS warranted to

cure if directions

are IOllowe d, any
ORS6 Of DySpepsia, *

LIV 8 P ISORSO,

Jaundice, General
* *
ebs a y, a pl a-

tion, Chronic Diar-
rhten, Giddiness,

Depressed Spirits,
Loss of Appetite,

Pain in the Side and -

Back. It is specing
I ad ted to Fe-

IRale COmplaintS) it

produces Rotund-
ity Of FOFIII IR FO-
IRRIOS of a Thin aind

Spare Babit.
*
Ever invalid
3- 5 -l
SHOthu try Oll@

*

W. W. 81.188 & CO.
PROPRIETORS'
862 Ilroadway, New York.
For sale is St. Asputies 6
B E. OARR.
April 14-1860-


EXTRAIORDINARYT SALE OF




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