Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: March 16, 1861
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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EQUALITY IN THE UNION AND NO ING Lig88.

OL..III. ST. AUGUSTIfE. ST. JOHl 'S COUNTY, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. MARCH 16, 1861 150, at

81EECH OF THE Ti.. r 5..swer to the question, I have sub- *n, o e ..r May, so I r r.e. *.11. or.. voice, and one vunce only, doubt would be more than blueph my I rare
ON. JNO. S. PRESTON, e...t ea ... ... ... the re.... .,r al...< 0..3.. ,,...,2, ft adame.l resarance to use d..att, Are b..iseve she wili come I trieve she will Nulch. ol uha ed b.ne as the
ance.. e..... ..... .....ra.2 .. n>w, g..ulous=n, there.a rael in thebor.Jers take her pl.ide wheth she has held for **Do toutrolled, n
coilmilastomer from 1. Carollan, Gen. I.r... 1 .... t.e=r.c. ..... ..co who ,.....>...1 .. of that Ustle Since, one mann from alsteers laundled yeare-the Isrelaust of all the flee recogn lundeab6 Intely ha yea --
BLifaRE THE law r, .... ,j] gi., .,,.,..34 1 led draf r er..Jrawr.I .e elly is a (ss.. W Ik or I said. wise as DOL World 112 the ran La of Otterly and of justice. mig.sn[s a DO 8 bp alic propersy a


ciTuesday. Feb 19, 1861. f,/,, , ; <, it ma .vu n -uk a I la le jhar or we of La de---und. knowna dant hat.so6v, non.= Its ... uu ga No hee. ru
'['his gentleman. brings me darcelly to. liks th,. r ,, ,,, ,,, 3, theeauses which I desire to lay before yes abile*, and 4 I .< 11. 5" >.0 i .. as a so.:Inc.g c...ur.ne-I. P dr.... or liberty. parrsept. fro.I. liais State, call her to line light I,.4pplau e.) alent of NeilberuuEdi pr perly as an elo
Fair 1ully thirry yenes or more, sheperp eof <'0.1 whet=a dep a th.. slam.: system she ss n a p .y, and, neerefore, w .emy 1.* ac-arabia.; tancash she ruins of lilr Ple. the Nort up knee. leave assailed use insti. of on lease on .ee -lu ,0 all sl...-> p,...II I n. 1. Isra you here to day Charleson, will tind the skeleton, of our by she so be agJ place to go eyond my even as theNorru 91[{ e5 wh
tulish of rican shavery; they bury as Now, gen ere la


our vance wrwh them, they have -LOss,300 slates and then ask, is honor, as. pa .:ne wh.ela L have undeasured .so shOw do net be persuaded us..[ In Iakag he steps have.,endessored chau.for, alsh,:.ugh per- we r c; rd a.s uf an a wei I
been permith-d to r.pproach u. libery, as right, .8 justice, is sale, with ,as pract. ed, my ince, U.roup wirich we how, we Use been for esful of hops some wfx enmeally, to conne my [,.1, ,w.Ins, aban allier 1 rr to at
trying that period of thirty ykars, large the staggle t on es-whole land, unr...ughout oil Christ- those name.- anish me alter.=h.-.1 amuag sell ope..tically to thequation so Land of grapt seal seg.eguson-st.ar f ,,1 or g ..
massesof their people l.nrenesseented 11.<,,,. Gentlemen, I brate Elius very rapidlyou s, a; -into has b.:ca U.arged with .v.u lie base n..r been I...rgesp.il ..( the m) own assaun. And in sonnection arts sooni a.n rany, .ma usag [ also and
selves loreLher RF the purpose of abolish- d*:asured to grersp before you al..: ed"* rests p.co.g..t..acy la at ..sI. p.corp.Larsey g. at and b allowed pau, n.:r base wu.been user, gentlemen, if yo$ mil permer me, I loominent.uscal, roa .a.>re enor the pro.
sug the i..atautionof Af rienn eluters, sees winch hture- ps...due...J u.ea.;te.;u a ll., pe.- Lu strioust usu pathway when you hear ac.AlessCotal durs.:s to out s haluren. It ali take 1-. moustorm ul your ume, ud as sauserse, extubstin us if religeous
means, the most fearful were suggested to pleof Soulh 0arehna. Had I entered to go the thunder crash of the Sillirig clouds? is our niemory of the great any hallowed will assume your permission, while I en form-that profouan eat e no religious
the subject race- -rming ana murdering into detail.ofit, it would occupy half the Is it rush precipatancy to seek for shelter past, of our sons, of our sacred obligations deavor to exhibit so the Houvention some vades the p ple of bothtment w icirpre-
their masters being the.charities of those historyo(thisrepubbe. For half the period when you hear the gushing of the cousin to our children, which has nerved our of the reasons which the peoplee of ny having arra d itself onth ..esottons,
meals. In pursalkee of this iden, their of itsexistencefrom thedaysofthe younger tempost, and see the storm cloud cousin arms to this act, and no shee of ourselves. Sta.e deemed as fundamental causes why sections. We Lu..w- esi es of these
. representatives in the Federal Government Adams to this hour, the nearing and un" upon you? Is it rush precipitancy to raise For years and years,.gendenten, we have therecau never again be a re-construction from ourselves at it, we enou\conceal is
barcodeavoredbyall the means thatthey fliching purpose oftheNorthern represen- your hands to protect your head? (Loud paused, we have hesitated, as I have ofthe late Fed$rill Union. The truth ,.,at..,, plorc it-c1, -we dare
coa d bring to bear, so shape the legisla. tution na our federal legislation, and of the appinuse) shown you. \Ye paused .and paused, as seems esides, p racka.:n, to every mind 19 ., at man g .s ena 6 us Javers...
tion ssalmosttolimitto restrict, to restrain people of the Northern States, has been Gentlemen of Virgidia, never since lib- we raised the curtain with our own hands, which a=res to speculate advisedly- upon so bloody as is nuent .rroying it su swans
the slaveholding States from any political. firatorestrietand restrain the people of the erty cause into the institutimis of man and gazed back at that great and allowed the.principles of this revolution through Christ came n on sh serb. ex bilpt ainee
interestio thenceretion of the government Squthern States within the lung tionswhich. have a people borne with more patience, past, that fairest temple, as we all thought, which we are now passing, that these prm- sentative, thepUhurch, hr h, ddles repre.
So that as my distinguished colleague they have prescribed, then to subsidies, then or forborne with plore fortitude than have in which liberty had ever found a shriD ciples dojinvolve irresorisibble differences daily keeping her arm bas 6 and za
(Judge Bennigg,) stated to you on yester to destory. They were bnflied, they were the people of these Southern States in that whiob Washington, Jererson, Adams, between the systems on whick slave and flies. Airea y lier dra are r this ison-
day, the decree goes fortli that there are to cheeked to one coursee of thi-=. But with their nhtion..with their confederates of Franklin, Henry, idadison, the Lees, Ala. non slaveholding communities may be in the twilight of fanatiwn awarddis flashing
be no naole shive States admitted into the that untirisig energyof future which belong the North. As long as it was a merely silly sons, the Reledges and the Piakneys- oakalatedupon as enduring. . knows that where thats'sund as the world
Union. to them, they soon turrred to another. 11e fanaticism or a prurient philanthropy that thatsonefave of demigeds-had builder up Wow, we believe that these diversities no human so iro lita asunder,
Secondly, th purpose tnut I have indicated, a large inia fragments of a dying patriotism among planned. Even wheti n 10 ag series of un dwell in forever, and which they had coo. whold of these two systems, and we there: ourselves Qae moment loos conoca it from
ority of the States of the Confederation toemselves, or the posused resistainee or just, purcial and oppressive taxation was secrated by the blood of our fathers-that fore believe that this revolution, with this ri Christian man aslavenger- there is not
save refused to carry ourt those provisions their rica.ims-they have still held on will' grindrug us into the very dust of poverty which the Father of his Country deemed separation, with this integration, is non:a senably; wria does iso4.feel r, in thiseas. .
of the Conititution which are kbsolutely the ferce gripof avarice, with the and ruge with one consulsive struggle we bore tha' the palladian of human right-titat pre. mere accident; that it is not the mere hearcas a Christia thai edu his inanoes
messarytotheexistenceofthelilate States, of ranaticism, until it has ple sed God to happily. Even when a number of our cious munitant, and refuge of hisman hope casal result of a temporary cause, that is is sword of the churctis at thi point of thip
nd many of theni have stringent laws to cur.e them with a trianip frhich may contederate States refused to carry 0.20 the all over the world. \Ye passett with rever. nos a mere evanescent bubble of popular ping widi the lasc blood of moment drip.
prevent use execution of those provisions; plunge this contanent into civil war, and provisions of the Constitution, vital to our ence aud.nity as we gazed back on all these error or irritation; that it is riot a mere bound him to his Christiau6bulpathy which
and eight of th e 8tlites have made st crun. destroy, perhaps for ever, the fairest forms interests, by municipal and State regula- scenes; and yet, gentlemen, with these dreitin of philosophy, and that it is not the North. Then set die laurb rethren of the
and, even in their causeus to execure these of liberty abas ever lauman philosopl'J trous-even when hordes of their people hands we have dragged them down to the achievement of personal or individual ami aur seed and their seed. ofGod between
proviqionqof the Constitution of the United grated up'ou obe institutions of men. under the sanction of these regulations earth-with these feet we have trampled bition.. We believe, gentlemen, thatit has Now, gentlemen fro th'
Esates, wnIch by the progress of the gov Now, gentlemen, for one moment look at robbed us of our pes erty and murdered our them out of life-with this breath we have a fier profounder cause than all this. We pellans.diversitie b li m and other re-
eminent. have in-come now accessary to the the other side of the picture. For thirty citizens, and bandstf wild faunties, under scattered them on the winds of HeaveD: believe that it is not only a revolution of acted, thatche pottTeal ave, and haveso
protection or an undustry which furnishes years, by labor, by protest, by prayer, by the same sanction, invaded slave territory and yet we do not tremble. We are nee material necessity, but that it is a revolu- ral and monstrous o union so an nuatn-
so time mannaerce as the ltepublic 8250,000r warnaug, by every attribute, by everenerBJ and proelaimed the destruction of slavery appalled as we gaze on our hands, because cion resulting from the profoundesc convic' its offs must briebaud, therefore, that
000 per ununna, and on wn:ch the very ex- which she could bring to bear, my State by the annibilation of the slaveholder slause hands are unstained, pure, clear and tidus, ideas, sentiments, and moral and in- save of has brood of ev ve <.. setusis ,,
intence of twelve nations ofpeople depends. has endeavored to avert this e..tastrophe.- even when some of our confederates pro- unceritied as we raise them in calident ap. tellectual necessities of earnest and intelli- come from such usinatural lubs...r.
In not one of these seventeen Sr tes can Mar this long series of years i. time federal claimed in the federal legislature and by -peal to time God of Justice and of Truth. gent men. We believetuat it 18 DOE ODif lieV ntleme hot unts.zi Y== Du.-
a citizen of one of the fifteen States claim .legislature what has been her course ? their sovereign decrees dian we ought to be (Applause.) Anned, then, in this panoply, the never d ing struggle Ir&tween the free- rul 2geirron 1- ,Jit is a perfectly a co-

leave been violated, and in numerous cases which she has avowed ? liass!.o not given to defatue arid tillify as beibre tise civiizzed ward chrough the corning scenes of this shivered Greeceanddisintegrated the huge parties/ e..ca ra.11. o 31 pruroples:mi
the solence has resulted, in murder to this all her intelligence, all her patria world, we bore all these accumulating cal- salesnu drama. and solid armies of Rome; that contitch as su early inpth codn deratioupwhich
Third. The eithms of not less than five ties, all her virtue-and that she had so- simities, and continued to give them our Gentlemen of Yirginia, I believe that which gathers into its com.ending armies as the perio of us existens,
ofourconfederates of thqNorth have invad- telligence; that size had patriotism; that she blood and ouf treasure to build up the these Southern States are no noisy faction not only all the necessities, bus all the cus- Prodare in bit of tersuingit, con-
ed the territo y of their confederates of the land virtue, is in proof,.because was marble groudour and maintain the power of that clainoring for place and power. They are toms, all the laws, at the iurelligence, all oan goneminent of popular coment. -
alaveholding States, and proclanned the in sles in one hall w sere we sovereignty of itepublio. And, in addition to this, when no hungry rabble ready to answer back in the sentiments, all the passions, which coo^ d fgo naeus..of force-which. has
.tendon ofabellahingulavery by the aunihi. Virginia is consulung upon due rights and all that nodigant fanaticism, th-t ballief blood to every appeal to their brutal pas. stitute the civilization of me. We chere- grivenilli in is seven gsovereig4 States and
iden of the slavelaulders, and two of these honor of Virginia. (.Apple-<:.) All thi^ avarice, that, moral turpitude could inveur stons. We are no shouting mob ready to fore Delieve, that although you may cou- em >ns people, which has enabled
Etates have refused to surrender the can, site did in the Federal Govesument. Fail to defame and villify us, was proposed by take for our government sense glittering tralize a coereing power at the city of Wash- of a governiqut1u the face of the peopio
rided felons to the dctant.d of' the invad. ing in this, sudre than a your ago, seen'M the peoplennd by the States of our confud- epigium or somefussian and infidel theory. ington, stionger man the Prauorian band irginis tod espbloaded lou shous for
rd take; and one of these-one of the 0.0 >turns iuponding, seem; see waves erates, still we gave thorn our blood and \Ye are no festering fanatics. With us whom the eagles of Rome soured froni Lm- nx odi d8r at Obarce a to 1 ma
must influenual-one, perhaps, rece,,uized ri-ing, she seude to sizis great, this striing> twent, and offered them out hands and liberty is not a painted strumpet, dazzling conia to the Caucasus, you can no more co- less than 11 I Nu
as the representative of what is called in thas wise, this illustrious Republic of Vir- callediketa "Brethrea." I draw no fancy through the streets, nor does our tran alesce dio people of Virginia and the poo- New Yorsixtyd dayst, wire en jhe refuse 6f
crican senimentrat.d civihzanon, has, in its glula, a grave coumouslong he purp&rt of ploture. I lualie no declamatory assertion ueed to build itselfin pools of blood. We ple of Versions, the people of the St. Law- mouth and Hampton the neouceg as orti>
highest solemn form, approved of that in- which, with youi permission, go lemen I liere There is no man here who cauribt area cabu, grave, deliberate and religious rence and the people of..sne Gulf of Alexi- No, gentlemen where these n
va.anon; nud embers of people scattered will venture to relate: eite twenty cases to fill every been of this people, the holders of the most majestic co, Eise people of the Rio Grafte and the and natural diversities clitponV o at
throughout the whole exteucof these seveu- her is a o Le ale8 8 a igbh( outegory, Dut when at last this unad tima- civilization and the inheritors, by right, of people of the Hudson, than could Rome for life; subjwaridi-a pthae > 0
seen beates, have made rouve offerings to to secede from the Confederacy whenerer the ticians, this eager hace for rapine, aning, the fairest estate of liberty. Fighting for make one coalition of the Gaul, the Briton upon you.-Now, you are .very so
the memory of the invaders. He ==. -.. 3 ....= ......,, . ... her own ling their foul purposes, engendered class that liberty, fighcing for our fathers' graves, and the Ionian. No community of lairs> gentlemen of Vi and
I'ourth. The most populous, and by far J..4.., ... ,.,,az ,,,,, a p., ,,,,,,,s.. resolu- fellapiric which nas sensed the Countitution standing inclaware our hearth-stones add be- neeommunity of language, of religion, ean empire. .You ar aced in toh n
the most potent pf our late confederates, uou iedopted by her Convenoon, deedared that itself in its must sacred forms and, distorted fore our chamber doors, for days and weeks amalgamate, according to our faith, people civilisation on are at
has for Jears proclamea, through the fed. she fortureshounusedanteezerwworthat right, itiato an intrument of our intant ruing the people of our lialo State stood alone- whose severance is proclaimed by the most skillfu an y roug, power ul and
eral legainture a.iad Bjr her*,wn sovereign france n erawn rex deencyeous abs have why, then, to liesince one momen Jouges, that little State around whose uttermost, rigid requisitions of universal necessity.- You dy, b our coo."dje!not oceans.
ince, that time conflict wr life and dead.~ olapsed since that Conventionadjournedand in seems to us nos only base cowardice, but border clie guns fired at her capital might Africisu shavery cannot exist at she North. our mountain to fill lie
avow, there is rise calm, on reiterated de- the meervening tune, time assumes upon themsti- absolite fattrily. (Applause) We felt, in almost be heard; whose little bCOpe of sky The South cannot exists without African nay enetrain the ardisp our va ys; yolu
cree of a 81.ate counsming three millions of canon of slavery. and b on the rag as and the South, that, it in submitted one hour was so small that scarce one star had apace slavery. (Applause.) Nune but an equal 4 b your can a

er o in 1 bl, tissa it rules, sust>othe j so illoominatiodessuri Idiewould odelitteri ended, ase lon a e or winti r h.buca 5y r3da s; sy a wu
lions dJfused through the whole of these 1. RecoLeed, ununimously, roat the mate of had unrued by our folly and baseuess. In had you paled millions upon million, un- Now, for these reasons and for others> but I tell there is by an h;
17 States. And many ofdaisseState them- south Carolina, stin deterring to her Southern South Carolina at least, we felt, if there der God, in this fight we abound have tri- perhaps, we believe that the .political so- there is n sayothuma arimman brup,
selves bare decreed that the sustitiation of waters, neverthelpasrespeequpy announces to was one serief a South Carolina sire who usuphed. (Applause.) But trxac God, cialisms of these two systems, of these two annotity of human touch ab 8, ere itsno
slavery is an offence to Gyd, aud, therefore, sheus stan idteis he deliberate*, judg to could give counsel to such subspission as genchissen, cares for his people-cares for sections have agsualed shapes so diverse> the people oldre North an at can re- the
they are bound by the most sacred attri6u hould imusedisely meet together to evueert this, that there was not a hill sitle orn plain liberty, and right, itiad juarice-and we are that their continaity of action is an abso the doush.-(Applause.f peop
tes which beloug to human unture, to. ex- measures for unisminegon. from Eutaw to the Cowpens, from @nicks 110 longer alone: Very soon our own chil. lute impossibility. Only th oite one or two No, gentlemen, neve neve utib
sierminate it. They have declared, in their 2. Resolved, unanimously, Thatcheroregoins the spirit of his venerated sire would not, dren from Florida "and Alabama answer instances, gentlemen, for I am .only mak' unfix by your powe o3r are du y)
rubst, sqlemn form, thus the lustitution of preamble am resolunon be coinumnicated by have darted forlb to shman him from the Duck to the maternal cidi, and our great.. ing these suggestions for your casidera- sure the unchan bi your sy-
slayery, as nexists in the States of their sto ri 8 | st e $ faud which discarded him. (Applause) sister, Georgia, marshaled furth her gadant, tion: As the Norch, ini the free States, the }ternal God. WTen on hafoe d(i 1 to

di."'.: "C":a. '.":2""\''i"I :.??:: ::1;:!: 12* ..: pa sy on, g us & Vu ui of g) nud rous use en eth nadhen8 sm 2th n ontheiie ch a n la 6 thdNwth
abouQ1se askrman.usq. Failally, alssag J. Means, 4, us...ans.. to., .. ial aluiday to true p.>.abus <.1ar.; done 4.a son. =ip resume o.use forth his well known poin.tual arid r.ucial orgauman is constructed, saidst of t..aeae d.necan prainstral au.
aspon theiumpulle oi rt.car dutiesorself pro- columestoner beappointed by his 14cedenef neution wal. tr...ne a trans, because me lau d" "e*, (applaulie,) and Loutsiana is that.ota pine petuoeracy, saving a soar enharsha on the seemus mmacus
.srawn no acil pu e.vansus.; majorines, J.arge u..auseous annoughout the whole or nd to express satistauthorities of that ma praised. I am here, gentlemen, as the cy; and now youiag Texas has raised her of a vague and indefinite system of repre- and they are building their ni
.tbabi' 4 Otastd IIJth bl)L"td 1110 GISOiltlVO lieturdial Sylity-sthy )ff le people of Sou a usiastatissioner of these people, cerbioly not glaus form and marches to the right of sentation. There can be no other prinoi- at this time. The sa refoinad "tons
wer us II.. L -usr..l bu.eratuent ip the arolinawith the people of Virgious, sud the r their culogist. I am sent here as 1 t.nis majestiu colunts of confederated son ple introduced income Northern socialisans> is a ratin a the le-of amous
aude of usese who are boundby The mass rnestad a unite was uses in measures or thought mainly because among a 1 ere gues. (Applause.) save this, in its situtosp and extremast in- ern saths, and they at thi 0

by ti au," in This, gentle en, was one yearagonudno have always, with souie ideau Tea on set eem r ra gisrherever assyestills is the vts"iiziMrPd 72 dressing this by aration h the



airsole, having in I ir he a one of though sitess, she then calmly, as the last Virginiasince liberty begun nes ssruggles audiblest ut her sons, cold my countrymen, Now,*a fearful manfestation exists as this diversibles.

asr ist, Governments on earth, and 18 inbpe, tor she cirroestly, honent) and with 18 the world, bass migtuier drama beau a hugh ve n c et, to ielong utoment. Here is the government of the :I belicyo, gentlem90 of..Vilginia that
'piled by a perious recogustriya or the spout has uses exious solicitude, desired the empted on the trembling stage of man's th illh & United States, as we all know, established the question whion you now have to de.
powerini obingations wineh fall upon man, success of usat party which she supposed allisirs or been opened with a speistacle pn- ey w ear the sound as of the stamp of for the protection of hil parties equally, a"ud eide is whether folillhi repreale'anglivespf .
Isavedeclared thac- use v 1 interests of .sroad deer uns catastrophe-out her vote rer neural sublituaty, enau tnat whiph has ainighty liostrofmen, and they will see yes, by the accesshits of suis unimber, that she severeiguty,.1,he power, she gl the
eight millions of people suit be extermica- we was party.au me Presidential conceal been mannessed to this revolusiou hi which floating before than base she banner, whose governmedi, has limited n sectiotr-of the ope of Virgsula, will be consch ke a
sed. .Ln other words, Line decreeuse scan out i.ung, in usia, trans the causes 4 have we are now engaged. Sourcely god this whole history is one blase of glory and not parties Territorially. Thas government modern Egyptian to skulic inc rotuouess
at this outualation whaun I have enataker- "^umerated, and trous one parties I have decree of our auugeotion, to wluch I cab one bloc of sixame. (Applause.) Aye, use unduly taxed a seedon of the parties. beneash one crumb(iggfragementispot ask -
ed to show you, was maugur.acuou the .conumerated as arrayed againe her-she your nuention, been borne to our ears on eney will hear corning up trum that host. That government has threatened wide im. exent greassess, and'auder the securge o7a
4th ut havember last, so sure, too sounu- '"" quies.y and unseaknuously, was me the Normnern breeze, man, as if from the one voice like their own, but.ir, will be the unnous peril, if not with instant dilibraio. baughty but inean trask*master, or Waethtar
sion of slavery an concernedin use conteu- elanor, nating assied our ster beates, and very unverus at case earth, there rose up one resounding echo of heat voice which has tiou, parts and sections of the partiesto it, you will stop forth and hush this storm of
erates of the Northern non-stateninsug respected naving wasted Virginia, to neite voteeous voice only, froni the peopleof thundered inito the hearts of your God like and the people and the States North are as war and keep the ancious glory 'w or
States. That decree as anmisuauou, and was her tu collauts.LLUlly }Itidnes Lilla thu{, 111 BUQLil Carolmaz Who Biluated back rests- stres-"Give me liberty, or give me dear.h." this moment, consulting together whether, name. (Applause.) ye
you can make noth.sig abortur es is, these few simple words much 1analk take sauce to rise donth. Their Legislature (Appinuse.) And on shat banner will be by the more power of numbers, they shall Gentlemen, the people and Sea of
Now, genuouse, the people of dund> time 1.bur y of readinby 1.0 the Convenuon: then in session, caught that spirit, and wrucen the unsullied name of Virginla* but Bilbjiigate parties to this government, Soubts Unrolina, to see****page or in var-
Carolina, being a portson ox these eigars Com a assimused, do declare and o sixni with one volue only, proclanned residence *(Applause.) Now, sue tuoddicarion of this principle at low compace wish its confederates, save
nullions of people, have only to ask them- andit as hereby declared and ordained, to the death. The people of the State Gentlemen of Virginia, have I promised the South is so essential, shas is cannot a declared chai);icy, bare perer"parsed with
>selves, is essagence worth the stro85141?" Test the Ordinanoe alloptedby as an CoaVen, again in their sovereage capacity, ap you toomuchfor our mosher? To suggest a exist, wish the same praisolple in its unr4 their severeignty








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thatthe ha a ightto xerisethatsov e e g nod granting duul of AnBaauM LIN(OoN@ PFlag of the Confederate States. The Floatingp Battery at aretn
eregnyad acodig o tei wll tht @ T44## AA 4 .and his satellites at Washington, we' lio I, -Another Description 'of It.
the da~inconecton ithther cdedhold, with feelings of confidence and satlis- The following is taken from theMonatgome. ThsB Charleston (S. U.) correspondent of
nad in u; Lt art lear ~~faction, thle uninterrupted temperaneo and ryAvrieotet:Teorhaothe Ncw York Times, writes on the 18th
has aild ofitsurpse: ndtherfor, .moderation, wrhich, from the time of thle Ma/lrch was an eventful day in the Pr Iri.l:
thatthe ar jusipled n aolisingleandwithdrawal of the States of South Carolin, 'oial CuBital of the Confederate States of I hav~e just returned from a visit to t'o
ear~idihin anthe Shehastheefoe, s aAlabama, Florida, ;I;;issipt.i, Geiorgia, Amnerica, as ell as in Washington. At famous iloating battery or raft, which is
go a no uedd~s Ih at gro ST.AUGUTINE FLO IDALoilisiannand TexSU, bhss.:- iI.-, laistin- half past three P. M., on yesterday, 'this lowa tientis:1ydd iomp tleg ram e 1eb Iu
reasnaberie, y amstha poitial onq SATRDAHA CH,8,.18S plsedl iihe matu. n est tl he ,.l ur of the Flag: of the Confederate States of America have been so usany crude ideas concenihg
neetonwhhth Goernen oftheUni C.rdd, s~o-1SI 5.; .tarie.It mat was flung out to tl10e breeze fr nth'e sisig this novel weapon, and suich ridiculdubrideas
sed tate isdisslved Th admtted agy* J~las un' Esq, ofPaltkaFla. liters not by whut names the -Northern poli- on the Capital and.ar lts prod foldbgraduall_. f0concerng its real object, aageeos
ruleon hic sh ha mae tia eolra-dulynutoried o at a Agnt or he ST.ticianstmay-please to designate this vital ly unelosed, it seemed to wve~ defiance to, and positive statemlelt~of its pwr id
o b 1 cpie, or he uroseofrea- e p z etios~ se a movement of thle South to protect her in the Northern wtintd that came rushring down pu rposees do uor, ,ae I ni diec fro
"Tha vilaton os prfet rghteit- sme.stitutions, her homeIs anrd her altars, right from the P'otomate laden with threats of a leading person emlployed inl thecosue
er cmmitedo corusiungor wth wichison our side Whly do they mrouth~ and Abolition coersion A large coocourse of tio of thc newP military le'viathan. ?

an'':;;':::",",'"::";. usass ont tl:::::th,' th;;;;4;;, >;;;I i uor;he; nubrb wdu dof lesn tav box, of t -s xy eght fe a
means avingbeen ried i vain Whensuflicient number of rifled eanuou, ad t*
it inevidetatha it wuld b uselss totry O THEtonce of their postulate. Turvld and*l been trebled had it been possible to have a roof covered with three thlick pae
and senisiuatve equresa rsor toJusTics have fled trom their councils, and given an earlier announcement of the cer. the best sheet-iron and rendered perfectly
arms.. TAT 0 F F 0? FEEDOB lies bleeding in their H~alls. liis ensony, Miss L. C. T- Tyler, 'one of the bombll proof. It will draw, with -tlle 9tt-
Therebe, he pople<.1E.uth ..:.Ha 8:.r, ther..i. re. I. ...ur Irust. With the fair deeendalnts of the Old Dominion, and "ament and t compliemetof~ men3 o
ree-rs, to a me, in thepion~mo s.,i n paines. H E DISSOLUTION "m , -4.(aseb She bus m aininessed this p i- ""ei.<.r or Is. P':' .0" 3111. 8 er we mlay yet lident of thle one United Statel. hid bcn wt h i ft..sh uo .-blt

nu[<-~~~~~e at .1 ,irast0.1. liban al.r..:.urlarasd usl.llll!'' n, untn~q,.ds

u \ o ~ ~of No~rlllern I'.nzy anld abohuain djusi a, 1LdcOws IsrUr (E, .Ldgw~bparose

hich te sixhavernounce to th worl No Reconstru ction. emotion, e:le sa,i J ue aels;a. tl,..? arn .l l.: aI pip rI: g1w atPIYI dhe C arle
by th eminnt an pattioticcitizn whoI'M MA ION the staff, cannon thundered 'forthissalate, ing M.,""rrs d Jalne. IslandsunsI
has ben pu in hargeof te bectiveWedo not see any advantage to the Ithe vastassemblage~rent the air witlishonis effect an emarran. n, I. .U ~lidTar pakn
dear nd th i~ l t ooh F .Soutl iti the sebelae of Rte-construction-- o fwelcomne, and the people of the South had vaoakrIll II.- r. ul~lr dbd:
Carolna) ntil ~risgovermenthas ben SUTHER CON EDERA Y. en any guananteest be offered now or "two for the first time a view of thle Southern ies, now immn eb~ly scruro seiigb
foredin hic thre an e n case oror three years hence"; as Mr. SEWARD fltag. Ere there was timle to take one hasty with Aloultr~ie's fetrf sil cahnnounding, also
dout, hatthe"oerae ad ptritis of .Lncon'sInagurl. suggests strongel'or more binding thanu g lancz at, thet natiousl ensign, (the eyes of now a terrible customer; with James Is
theeopeofhe~nfeerae~ttisille .those the Co~atitution affords; if thecy allIwere upturned to g;azeat what would InOd, too, pouring in rhe iron rain, ey
hiedo fln itda it u r ,Seeession having been~fored upon the have not regarded these, how oun we ex-. perhaps at anly timle have attracted unusual lateseplulitrld leaud at Surtuds w m
Farherbstlesmayretr ItheproreaofSouthbern States by Northern aggression poet, or believe Lthey will regard new attention, but on tllis occasion saunsel re entanlgled in thle messhes of the spider. It
shaL goernment but tey cannt long re- an the doinatiol of faaried section, ones?. aly a Povidental ome. Searely. hadis anydeliberte inspessioqthat, wth the
ventthepngeasosi oveent ancifid is cumintingin he loeton f AnA- Would they operate to securet die rights the firsf report fromo the salute died away, ex~traordiuury seeivity that has beendi-
4 aasds mediok Gn~n I~NCOL.. to the P~residency, it be- o f the Soutl! in thle Union? Would they whlen a hlareand beautifully deflued circe lae d sinc ibleetur lanos lhat eM
ofou fthnstogudean potctusi hovs heSothtolok vetsstaih in nt, like the F~ugitive Slave Lwinim ofle arroelwloerhesen thoey~u do l comencte.l anila
surefort t pepeuat -he ricipesthefae, ndto esgnae act b thirbe set aside, an~d thle sameC process of dorl blage o~f outhlern .piriti thlere naselubled t> Somlle gr~ia custoiner of eleven ine~lbore
whih, y hs besing thy wreabl totru nmes soas o tee e~ar f ll m. natonand a~ggession be renewed. IIs it Ivow allegiance to the Southlern bianer, hlave just been received eean tey
sinicae etabishandtrnsiist poter- bguiie wih rspet tprihipesof vital reasonable moen, to suppose, thaut we will rested for maany seconds onl a level wPIth th~e will be mounltd wilin a week. Te
or P ask w w imports tpo or existene as a Southern Con- ever be willing to hlitchr ourselves again to F l~a of the Conlfederate States, then.grad ;lvuel t;Ar u 1v$ n1 lthelirn hae et
fuly lok orardto uccss pece ndfederacy. ,That each, and every of the this Juggernaut Car, and be dragged we ually ascended until lorstro thle gaze of tle p~robably arrive by:th st alla-ch. ~
periy. Sateswhich formed~the ~compaot, lInow~n Iknow not wPhither? Not let us rather multitude. It was as moss beautiful and .
saw getleen f irgnia beievngas he nitd tats o Amric, ere hal wthjoy thle new day, whlichr opens s uusp:eious usle.l, and thosL Who look withl A Good Nptice.
thiteetsnoleardheahtvoate adremained sovereign and Ind.~.pu].Tal..c now so brightly for us. Th'lere i no salfety an ge of faithlto thle girious futire of All iepartiail and intelligelt, South:ern
to b idntial ub he nterstsandtheofech the andof he hol, cnno beto theSoutli in tle ZUnio n Ther system oF/ our Cuofederacy, coult not. but believe r~edadrs of tha~t old woormeatten ocr
anchl m a.tr eT r ts ontrvertd; or cn ite dniedthattheCompromise and expedient is exhllauted-- that thet slae God that youchsafefd to the thc National Intelige~hcerwl edre
peope efout Carlinahav ordred e oly-bnd o Unon ws on ofequaityint has already almost prostrated us as the O bristianm Emlperor the cross in th~e heaiv- the'followinrg phillipie from h Genvle
sonk ad uge hachepetplef irgniatheGeera Goeruiet, hrogh hefeet of our enemies. enls as a prm~lise of victryJ, hlad this day Southr Alauml~r an:
wil nuse as er irdhercofedrats Cnsttutonfo puposs o comere, o hy should we suffer insult and injury, given to a young na~tionl strivinX for liberty L' THE NATIoNVAL INTELIGIENClt."-
in sayrtecius of hos rihtsand hos reel orein ivason nd or uthul ad- arid eventually destruction, in thle Uluion, a i divine augury ofthople and unaiona:l du How any t~rue Southlerero can rcrel
anu no prfome ths, nymisio, vntaes Aseah Sate hwevr, rewhey there is every thing to be gained outl Isility. 'o br Tt o ~ele te s is famous
-jid liveony, 11 henam ofmy ovrn-Seredto tsef te oveeigl igh tobeof it? Can we ever forget that hwsman The Fing of thle COnt:ddrate States was is moret l au wq onul conceiv; des
ment torenrn o tis onvntin m th sol juge nd rbier f te bneftsthe Apostle of the Abolition P'arty now inl thle workt of the, Commnitt~e app .inlted by e. aneu it be imanl mlotives of er nw-
earesacnowedmet o te onoabe rae vrs, eriedfr..a tisesm .titpowuk, has bo.asted that they have "fojughtl Conlgress, none, ofi til Ja-sisnr sent by in,- ty 10 is at times Inteurcjtingy though

accept~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~I' my'. sincer and honest thns b eea oenet IIe.ws1.1 .** .- 1. 1.1 11. ; .nu.ty, il- IsuitableC. ~~~It Cons~ists of tbree b.ars of redjural.. sw .. l.'*
shoud sy iy dpreotin thnks forthealiy bt t e agtof each anld every one
you ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~h havellatene totedheyorti otensetoa ato, h odwud epc hnfr h *ihrh;" th\ey wh~ole widely of thle fag, ad- just ab~ve it, implOtent spijtr Lln(iddes un ; upd Wind
nuno. Logan cntnudaplase)of necessity be severed, for the issue was will grasp the Legislative; the Excutive, n iext to the staff rnl th: uppnr lefc adt h ly, f1I~ until Ir uns alt lengitur reached anau lr
II~soutonsofth Maylndoneflfeor eah o te ouh.The in. and thle Judicial powers of the goverumpuct, corner of the fl l is a blue Uniuo a t te it~r fe. ~u. r. / 1 ..I idcto Jto e
COBY~tlR, eret ntur of annlaien s t cosoliateandextrmiatetherights and insatitutions~ sevenl s~tark il a chelOI. Th~ -desijil id trulth; it choo~kles ovrytl dEvey rpr,(r
iterests, s> as to ensure a more extended of thle Yuuth "-oughlt we to forget thait thet s simple, ealsiiy recaolgnis:d, and sudhi-lently or tskise) of probb~lel dlsarster ohetn
The aryand onvntio, hvingre-mean ofdespticdoinsaton. hisis. sae mloa is now ne the head of theu ABou.i distinct frju, l-s old Gridiron;. Ins;d fcrderate Sutate, and grinds its toh0
asanedin esson nlytwoday, ajounedplanlyevicedinLrmooraN's Inaugural, t~hi Government just inarugerated at Wash.i may it wFave over a free prosperou; 'ud g~ulS, in pitiably helpless makce at eey
-lst wek atead-pin a adrsstoth i wic te ewrdtepoicofcogrsi. igton? little less dpliant-ao litchs molre Untevope.adec k tf our curt a~ fu aceI seo e
peoicel heSttean oe fllwig r- nasovregny dspay icel trouhot;oil)-but withal, showing the mailed hland NORtTHd~ERNc. sAROIM-0too e of the gJ% lt 1)Quis and thea tal uted
shltiois Iie weelwitina wee, abobshllbenelth the velvet glove. STCo ireredtha siinheStephens, a nattenlgts to thelscl the pitch-
Waasa, isth oinin f hi metesconeaedunera oaingofsohitr; he Self Preservation is theo isnt law of N.I I Xlp'e ohr adi h blaclk chlar; r of that embo~dnet ofoly
thatin he reset aarmng cisi inthehis-oneintndedto oodink th Boderture and of nations, let us thlenl ocer~fully Pecc Cougress, that for .cvery regiment anld corruption, Abes Litiolnr. Md.Bu
tor o ou cuntyit s esiabe tatMai~tteStates, the other to intimidate the Seceded accoept the oulf safe usede of escape in a raised in thle Northl for coersion, two would i guy the lonesomeu, is by its acandaird an
of~aylansholdbeeprsentdbyudicous brsaied todefend it at, houle. Heceven innaUculate patriot, while tholSe reby
intet~gent a~pperitic agnts, flly auhori- tates.Under he suberfugeof coleet. Nw Conederac. goesfur he, and ays, uless te Abol- Soutern Cugressmn who tood bavail
pe t cnfr ndac wthou sstr taesoflo tdsReenehodig ndprtetig The energies of every trute Southern tois frcoiiaonndcmrnseby the right anid honor of their States and
the8 thparcuary wthhetat o Vrgi te roprtesof fdeatin ha ro long- man shield now be directed to carr~yinlg befo~i re conflch illao hadlr cone Pof te see au~r trailjrs of a l .j3 e.-; dy
a~~~bfr eolit ei wi1 loonr eexe auus viwr h 60 1 0 x oaaoro r e ied Asro~~~asans,~e Inhephonthimetig blo hednornybodyhivlwa y 0 urt There gaons cblaand avnotge whc eadTetnbtl ilst ht theed ibatred mavulteea all ueLrtalhess
be~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~tl leiltrentbinissioaflld Te following textac from: M hr.a LIy ino vin eogapically-mov r lu rly-sootallynt cound lltreno of asingon, wh~lo soo upt ou l cnpayar, of ept das aef
c..ar ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b egeso fh oua ilsms ie orsiagrlwl iea da of h of y --lo nriluryadcomionl ontuadteebldfrJrems l sweb troivtlot ~s." y
Jy tobe herd bya~onvntion calld by he whle git of ime isue btweenthe G ly havebeen o oftn setbefor the ublic


n~cmmtiatino te Eectie.ernmen~t of the. Northern States and die byS abler pens, that it would seeing an not of IIS.g H~ou. Rlobt. MU. N~dLimeo, of MCary- Elegant.~xtracts.
iso h n o pdouni o6rnul b Goernentof he onfderted tatsofsuprergaton ereto renew them. laid. Ia reported to Ilav; alsd. the Follow- :FJOM A~BAAHAM .I.YCOL.1SoELEIS
prolamtio anh mvemntin he ven ofa Aeria:The exigencies of the times seem to re- a" uttsuge a h moltnrre secession **I AMI NOT SU$$ 'lTS\I.1 lEVU


quesion noagistiig he olutry an, t un600RD il denica feeling and institution.=; can Tney hlad pokiel! of the Potomao, but the --INDIEED L T HINK .TTHE DED)NCI."
Benherdireit*sles, Tatw..6.1appoveupnmthatheapsf 5&


Andwit a icr t alow im fo th atio ofwh m he ister srt e tee Speechof Hon. J. S. Piteston. shall be the line? (Ories of Vo."l I will "Nobody is hurt,"
to sm e Not avedon iwillb noinranon-o inig fore not We publish in our~iesru of this week, on pled t La myl us lu h a u. r)0 ra.] "ews o ofelda etan y
and lati M~en ,b7theIlite stsin~n inerot ocait shllour first page, the eloquent and able speec~h. what To provedt a singble "unauma bing just as gued as we are "
Sonin wieneven, adhiosete doleror o ', eea oi nua aso rus delivered by te Hio. JoaN' 8, Pansso from crossingg aulto 1llarY11 y4 sqosueense the "I'dm4 ratUe~her shkhaswi orsser
she~~tateshouldnothavethen~~~b caldaoe8.lliehiwlbioteptfre zx fout-Ik~drolinai A.t the '2Virginia Stae lawsof th~e UnLited SE ates(agtUat a.,qeced- if you have onqjt' i '1.
or n o~ o 8 ,eu susaanerameothpeolofitatajet, idiinFebur19th., aud rcomumend "L:;du L..1lslls .Jbu~l Jei ths huledies. L
s~~~~~~~e~i 0 em el n etsao ieo attention of our readers as a No RtECoNSTrUCCTIN.-We. publish "I top; Bo n in hl or two,'
gases ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ rr tosn nyrte onet ioaan o erl mpaaial irithal, thatou son gical below a prief extraot of a letter foom Hio6. "Nothing goingou ar ag.
do a s on @ e 1ye -1deemit btter o foego fr th timethe sks agumet is clocked in all the pathos ofDvdP eis ty h llutnDm.


vaox us master.omisr.
Eggy,
at comptus answ
**And Be was there in the wilderness Array
days. sempted .x satan, an I was ..uk she usa
be re: n...s the Angels numatured use Bxm."-
Atark:.8.
-7, raiseInutest Jordan she lia So

To the deep and solemn wilderness to famish
andto pray-
Emerging from the cleansillgstresin, his robes
were flat, ..hinal
T....h..a up ... the solitude the glory of sheirlicht*,
flesawhis mission entdredeiv-hisatature ase
man
Attainetd, t soul sh mysery Ins so b

pange,
Whose president eye bbh Us the tilossakwiffoh&
, a Sairiour hang .:
O agonyransp.mi ask 0 ineek enduring may
Come, that I may, to meal it, k=sfer my spirit'so
the duke V 1
comethat t}se Tempe:r, khenineseen my weary-
ord s-ire *=>.
May a..3ana1,>cana meagther..ag wenthas
worous rny.


b.ri.-r camp,
The conce crime geomane, which je dth sork
row allet
In ar.Inc till bloody drops upon his

F. r r..ely.:.;s il. is led. Ah! 'tw rain the
,.aquer passes
.4mad me 3.ms toursIs agharmed. the **Lamb"
waslefttoresis
.Ja.,-.I.mome.ed to .asall =0.4 orearsh-
ly boost. *
Who kin -r due W..ran.1 b.=rn w as Pr.nes -qf
love angel..- a m.
Jacksonville, Feb. 23,,1t561.
BoaIAr.67 A VErtruN Anity OSCER.
--the entirm or 141,rnThouse Peyton

in Norfolk, was as.nou...*ud b to1a n,
reached this eity yel...d.ul 10 ruling ph
scanner Junestow .;attended by (sodipany
F,"of Norfolk, usustiersug 38 men, under
comanind of'Capt E. Byndford A donnels-
In a tt ad, pa du .CamuB .1

Smith, extended ay the Arbory Baud
proceeded to the stessner's Wharf about d
o'clock jire.oise a ran.....< or the d -
parted **I *...and the.win..y esco.t Time
ash. I le Jred so I

UGrthed up Main and Bill SLreets to SE,
Paul'si Oburch, where the body was depear-
,ted to await the hour for the flu I buri.L
led tax r a to sI S
wood Hotel.
AV4 o'olvek P. & ti,,: tre.ps mucuable.L
on Uppital Squ soaJ abe up e.e d-d,
Gtr ifrill Or rrar-trarew she ends.!. r

,,4 ,e wid/
fune:41 ate ** .- 0.... ..) .. 1As -ib
o>.npanies of the 1st Reginneth bean
represented detach.ueria of sixteed'me
en vernor's Mountel Guard; Armory
Rand- Enyette inal....y, II w tzer Corp :
Company F., N .r .Li, Pis..- Guird,; Let
Regiment B>ud Company A., Grays; Usin-
pay F.; lingin ensul Colors, eraped; Co us
any E, a out omery Guard; C. pah L;

pain Virg... qibil ior Vol
teers; Young Gyard. A .ht.chusents of
,Company33 noted as pill? Rurers
'J.'he re.ms:ns ir..r: ints..L.1 0 Hullorood
Cemetery, <.sh thu b.nze.r. Ju to a .stin-
guished sold.=r who had sust..a..ed his
country's honor in many a Iliard foinght
battle. The runeral we ascended liy the
nity of Jelve 11.1 rton and other


h a wa
somanyofwhoin1.. ed u.J ear li es
I he se he .,f e unt an ..ti .

red as a CaduI, at we saw. enravelly userancJ
in he el i 1918 d
Lieutenant neg la 12/!tr sea i
keen L.42U ist LIN eunint lu Decediber,
1825, and was engag d in the ill cl 'Hawk

uti6na as sismun Uo abb.ard
t.'ssprain so March, 1638 He was cram.
ferEnd to to tids.[Isla 0 4888,
a./48is(6 b Col.
Yorth, I ted
fl or la
187 and traup (red 19,.1852 to Ihe Sun
[nlangry. A soldier, who fusigl t' fuder

1. r w aMexleco, ink us thad
teensions, among his othtacu, a rh d-
ing of Fors Loreto, so Palebla, for thin -
swedays, way aanu.H'tdad agMust Saq
AnnanudBiririnty: -W'. re *s--

G "b no b e2 I
net.a,- so perform souve*day .144..,Jams,
however, its GODdidBFBL 00 of fq{Ig OrviCOf
Men connoued on the list, am) lian resided
In Norful a at e tIsa b Ni n"alpda1

neulties we ghed heavil thwaveteran'q
haind in b ass de -Richmoid })is.
patch. 0

Nzw 0 3 Tile, U. B.
Revenne Cuper Dydge has been solaed by
thq anch rifles ofTaxas.
The oHicer in siommand of Fort Thowq
is preparing for dulensive operanons.'
The Te44a troops are concentaging for
ap atanch eq the fort.
Fort Coopes hga geon to n a Stalg
authorities.













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During the Summer Months alterations and
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the capacity and convemences of the house.-
Within the last few weeks the Proprietar has
re-furnished all the rooms thoroughly and com-
pletely with the best and most elegant fatiniture
selected by himself in the City of New York
without regard to expense and with a view to
na am get O HEAR LS.withour n
The FIORIDA HOUSE is most advantagnous-
ly situated enjoying a central location in ibe
City, and at the same time conunanding all
errabl rleti m t lb 7 nmqoent

and provided with fire places: the house is
surrounded with vera.ndahs' four in number,
each one hundred feet m extent, and'protected
so as to furnish a delightful promenade even in
bad weather.
in ee 181 roundsambard indthe ar-
are found growing in perfection.
The Table is unsurpassed, and furnished with
all e v ait e be found

ex i lo Mute etilt Hmetnaditee
comfort and securathe satisthetionofhisquests
'Thankful for the liberal patronage hitherto
extendedmo his house, he traits to: merit its
Nov. 17 1800. .8m.


L


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a


NE W 8 SCHEDULE ,
-:(fa$]:-
Southern mail elosetat this Post Office Wed-
neasda 8 and Sat today'sdatn8 rA.hMbNoPhens
The Southern mail due Tuesday's and Fri-
day's by 10 P. M. The Northern mail due
"""'"' "'o'"""I'"st'it e. s

Daily Exeent Sunday's from 9.A. .M. to 12
M. and fkom 8 P. M. to 5 P. M.
de i rdy or hO 1 I ber pen one hour ."or
L. ANDREU, P. M.
-----



IX months after date I shall present my
S accounts and vouchers as Executor of the
Estate of John Dryedale lateofSt. Johns coun.
hde8ucaos tyoa eaJut ee eP bes sk o
discharged from the adurinistration of said
Estate,
JOHN BEARD, Executor.
March 8, 1861.


NOlife.
IDI.:.rathearlerdaleT wil presentmy fanal
e Account and ouhHrU LB t t
Judge of Probate of St. Johns County, and ask
for a ranaldischarge fromania UAd tion.

1%larch 2 1861
.
,
.

(NIX Months after date the Undersigned will
O present his final accounts and vouchers to
the Judge of Probate of St. John's County as
cut fjor a eo D La DA E
time anyplace askfor his discharge.
R. B. CANOVA,
January 51861. Executor.


HCH U UR ESE Nr?

In Chancery.
Itobine n Cooper, Bill for Divorce.

ry coper.
an e nd i or t8od

Florida, It is ordered that said defendant do
appear within Two months and anger com-
plainants bill of complaint, otherwise a decree
pro esso 110bredtal ntthereon agiti t he)r
of this order, be published for Two months in
some newspaper, published within this Circuit.
B. A. PUTNAM, Judge.
I, John C. McMillan Clerk of the Circuit
('our Eastern C of loritdrudoahedreb

copy of order of our Honorable Court, and that
the original is now on fzle in my oilice this 14th
day of FebO1H8610pe^Ic3IlPLAoNdoleD uty

St. Augustine, March 1, 1861. 2m

IN CIRCUIT COURT, EASTERN CIROUIT.OF
FLORIDA ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.
III Chancery.
Elo. .beth Newman, Bill for Divorce.
JohnH Newman.
y)ILL ofComplaint being filed in this Case,
[} andit appearing to the Satisfaction of the
Court thattheDefendant John H. Newman re-
sides out of the State of Florida: On Motion of
A. F. Braham Soliciror for Complainant, It is
ORDERED that a hearing of the facts Charged
insaidBillof Complaint be had, on the first
Monday ofJulynext, being Rule day in said
Month, and that the said Defendant do appear
nud plead answer. or demur to said Bill of Com
plaint. On or before said day, or a Decree will
Thereupon pass in the same manner as if the
Defendant had appeared and was present in
Court: li is hirther Ordered that a copy of the
.sboveOrd e be published in ume public news-
r)iadisilsestatetr espec offourmonths
y up A. PUTNA.11, Tdge.
I David R Dunkun CL rk of Said Cirenit
Courr do hereby Cer ify that the foregoing isa
ines 0 any lin this Case made thi?
\Yime a my halidund the Seal of said Court
at St. Augustone the day and year above written*
DAVID R. DUNHAM, Clerk.
Mar.h 2 1861. 4ux
-- -
Tax CoSeoter's Sale.
Y Virtue of the Power in me restedby Law,
invo 1 vied upon and shalteoffer for Sale
r oftdtC H hoe r xtAin

db te h ye ot OtSO
D. Lowther, East, by said Street, South by
td Barnardo Segui, and West, by Maria
Unless the Taxes.for year 1860, and 1861,
a Expenses thereon are pardD.b foreEthe day
e. Shff. & Ex.%lf.
Tax Aassessor and Collector of St. John's.
County. March 2 1861 "


DIED-lR tills City OR the 10011 inSE., after a
short illness Mns. L. H. DRYSDALE.
DIED-18 this City 011 the evening of (hG
1016. iner., Winuit Ecs \ma, infant son 0
.11u.andMus.Usual'OUALURAYO. .
Su fe! liate children to come unto me for
of suchis 01.0 Kingdom of Heaven-

SHERIFF'$ SALE. *
Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
Circuir Court tor the counties of Volusiand
orward in the Eastern Garcuit of FloridA and tc
use directed anti deavered su tavor or william U.
.Oiles et. al. vs.Rufus K. Sewalland wife, have

lue 5te dand will e2tse torsale acMSusa
of April 1839, at the usual hour of sale the fel-
lowing described land, to wit:-An undivided

ier Tr us, a 4 n a
is h esT aTo uly its nTes2ue
ed to John M. Hanson, et, al.
The above sale is postponed until the 1st
slo 8 hebs le is postponed until the Let
Monday in June,
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in July'
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in Augus .

e t 11
Monday in October next.
The above salois postponed until the first
Honday in November next.
51 bdea n e r8uibserpostponed until the firs
The above sale is postponed until the first
monday in Janupry next.
Time above sale is postponed until the first
Mo{h vs a as oned until the first
Monday inManhine .ostponed untiltholirst
Mondayin April next.
The above sal4 is postponed until the first
monday in Maylne .postponed until the first
monday is June next.
The above.eds ispostponeduntil the feet
Mquday in July next,
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in August next.
The above sale is postponed until the fant
Monday in September next..
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in October next.
Th abiony salemis goatxponed natil the first
The above sale is postponed until the gret
noT ues in meem e no pened until the rares
Monday in January 180Pl*
Thekhave sale is postponed until the first
Monda n Fe un 7.pastponed until the first
Mondaybin eMarlel4.is postponed until: thp first
Monday in April next.
Acting, Sheristm BejDj uty
March 5th-180s.

gyggy MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL,
10R1i;V1LLE, 8 0*
The Institution is modeled after
theSoutixCarolina Military Acader
.mies, of which the Principals are
granurses. A Classical course is added. For
full information apply to
31A.T. M. JENKINS' Principals.
Unt. A. CUWARD.
December 1 1860. 6w.


Y Virtu fl eo oei 8m ed by Law,
I have levied upoas and shall offer for Sale
'1 nday the 8 dlay dJunoe n xt in fr 0 of
between the usual hours of Sale. A Los i
Marin Street, assessed to*Margaret Cole, for
eear 1860, said Lot isLbj On el EastaS
West%* Marin Sibyet mes'
Unless the Taxes and Expenses ththeon are
paid before the day of Sale

CTax A/esorROaG 11 refE t8 ohn's
7' '
*1'ax Collector Sale
Y Virtue of the Power in me restedby Law,
I have levied upon and shall offer for Sale
on you the drJ.ir.) ofJunenextinfrontof
the Court ouse insise City of BL. Aiugustine,
between t usual hours of Sale. A Lot in
Marin Street assessed to T. O. Holmes, for year
1860, suid Lot is bounded North, by Lot of Mar-
garet Cole, East, by the Bay, and' West, by
Marin Street*
Unless the Taxes and Expenses thereon are
paid, beforeA eD 8 ShE. & Ex. Off.
Wa'4 Assessor and Collootor of St John's
county. March s1861.


NOTICE,
1.5 AND OFFICE ,
ST. Avoysrua, EAst FronmA, Feb. 22 1861*
Patents for entries made between the Sixth
0 to see ,nand ee 8 toh yn r Tte
graduation not of August. 4 1854, have been
rse d at e rdwa is u g .
in the reerTn eiprjuA ar" m not andeul-
because if said proofia not filed within limited
the the patents will be returned to the General
Land Office, and will then be liable to be can-
celled for non-performance of the conditions of
settlement and cultivation contemplated by the
graduation act of August 4, 1854.
JAMES M. GOULD, Register.
F.P. FEEREIRA, Receiver.
March 8 1801. Sw


Ice
W/
IX months after date I shall apply to the
S Judge of Probateof St. Johns County Flori-
da for a discharge from Administrator of Es-
tale ofMOSES E. LEVY late of said County
deceased. D. L. YULEE.
Administrator.
Nov. 8 80 6m.
-
11,000 Subscribers in a Single
Month I

SHALL WHITE MEN RULE
AMERICA I
*
The NOWSpaper 107 the TimeS ?

THE W EE KL YDA Y-B OOK
FORI 8 6 1, .

thr o 1 r Tn e mo7yr-Bransi
has received over eleven thousand subscribers
during the month of January, 1861, an increase
"heer th corresdpondip njontlit of last year,
problem of a sTny of he a sing there
this Continent, and repudiating the delusions
that the anti slavery press have fostered, while
THE DAr-BOOK, the only paper in the North that
challenges the fundamentalerrorsofthe Repub-
lican party, is becoming the great want of the
TRE DAY-EOOK holds that this is a overn-
mentof Wuits MEN, &Rd that inferiority of 80-
.


RHWBTHEdAIRGdTMENHd r THE ANWHATrg.
should read it. Democrats, ConstTuti nal mein
must see to it that sound papers are circulated
MONG THE PEQPLE r Republican prinex-
THE WEEKLY DAY-BOOK forl861has been
greatly improved and several new features ad-
ded, makingit a BUSINESS, FAMILY AND
LITERARY NEWSPAPER, All combined into
one, and at a cheaperratethan any other paper
'IERMS-0.nSH IN ADVANCE. $2 00
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was PorE Ao nOaFlFooRSwho tell7ta
Ulub at a post ofice, and send usfive dollars for
fee subscribets, we will send a sixth copy GRATIS,
\Ve make this offer that the paper may be in-
tal every post-officy, epling confident
skeeij ad{Is theireffresodstilhfurther
.only applies to and club offre, at each opice and
hence, the first who sends will be entitledto the
h e b is aday ourbm ,Anded i at
ways bemade to it at one dollar each subscriber,
he4hejr one or many. .3pecimen copies sent
free.
Payment is required invariably In AnVANow,
and the paper is always discontinued at the
expirationotthe time of advance payment._
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edus s a, Bo otnzey fear mi
sequainted with the contents of letters sent, so
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OLERGYMENandTEACHERSwillhereafter
OL w at I r eror UNE

giv lo a lo u a 8 ed jf t lowe,
VAS EVRI HORTON & On..
March 2 186dB2 Nassau Street New York.

J. V. Hernandez.
MERCHANT TAILOR ,
has just returned from Savannah, with a fresh
and elegant Stookofgoods, which he is prepared
to make to order, in the most fashionable and
Satisfitatory manner.
December 1 1860.

TIGS Dates GumDrops Roakhady. to.&o
B. B. CAER,
April 7-1880,


JOHN L. PHILLIPS CITY TREA
t STRER IN ACCOUNT WITH
THECITYOF BT. AUGUSTINE*
*

Nov 15 mo n 5 els $ at
hand. 886 49
e so Troor e li-
(ll moths.) 1 8.00
po're amanordFinnZre. 5.00
Dec. 7. To amt of Fine im-
7poseed 10r 9yLeonardy. 5.oo
posed upon R. Alickler. 5.00
JU To amL paid for pauper's
main li-eturned by order of 8.00
a 14 To amoreceive I from D.
J. Alickler. city Marshal
ye one trans market"
.",To, a t8 est east ,Tn 19
to 26 Nov. 7.7.1
28 To ame paid by Jos R Pa-
couy being am, of Fine and
a ,torlein -0 or less .1enry If 10.00
Noligan base a Fine and
forfeiture of fired. 10.00
" To amt paid by Hannah
exo been2nd'ineand for- 5.80


At :
nB n 11r st.. 0 no

n a 81 r to 21.48
a 2 o amt dfrom Jas
a Poounese la e Marshe on
year 1860. 25.98
" To met of Fine imposedon
Fe city Marshal the 23Jan 1861. l.00
b. 14.mTo amt of it venned 17.31 141.48

19 97
Cr. By Amt of Expenditures 831 21
Balance in hands of.Treas.
Examined and approved this 15ch day of
February, A. D. 1861.
JAN ES K.S.11NOCHEZ, m. 011

----

gy.
1800. FIRSTOITARTER. VOnch. $ cL$. $ MS.
Nov 30 Ily cash paid Thos S
Eells for Lamps &c., for
council. 1 4.93
Dec I.n alca r li y
PowelbyorderofMayer. 2 ,2.00
5 By cash paid for coffin
f>r city Paper. 8 6.00
a 10 By ensh paid city Mar-
shal being half of the the
imposed on Leonartil
and Mickler. 4 5.00
" By cash paid GE Llam- ,
bits for negro's services
on commines on weights
and measures. 5 88
an liy cash paid Thos S Eeels
Stalionerybill. 6 4.88
11 Dy cash past ei y Clerk
his month's many. 7 4.17
" Ily cash p rid Isabella
/elier monthlyal- 8
" 13y cush p:ti-1 Lenondia
Gomer her month y allow-
nuce. D 4.00
'all heT er as stiFlelici
lowance. 10 4 00
" By ensh paid Alosely
(col. zuran.) his m >nthly
silow mea. 11 3. o
" By cash paid city say-

a (/ ,,\{ / i. 22.00
for cl uning market. 13 2.00
" By cash paid Unrshal


s5 a om26 No 14 18.32
on a upt g
for council. 15 5.50.
"By cash paid James
see ices2as
Nov 1860 at 14.58 per
month. 16 5.52
" By cash paid Jrts B
Ponce halfor hate un-
posed on Cassernero

Me9 b 17 2.50
for council. 18 88
" By cash paid Mrs.
Genovar for stones to
'FBy a8s ep toC.Solano l9 8.00
for hauling 10 loads of
stone, 20 1.25 97.83
By cash paid "8

to pi 1 hing fn
1861wa b oBdocuncil.paid21 1.75
Jas R Sanchez for hire
of rhis negro-men to
ildinon anise noiEl
shingle ke. Ro. 22 23.46
" By cashpaidcityMar-
shal half of Fine im-
posed on OD Segui. & 4 2,50
" By cash paid M. R.
Androu for subscrip-
tion to his paper for use
of council for this year 24 2.00
't By sesh paid Joseph Ma-

fr fw acD enger
Jan. 1861. 24 4.10
is son spaider@ cleric
a By cash paid Isabella
Thymeher ato4th'R 51- .
'loB hpaid Leocadia 27 4.00

oom coher mon.h's al-
" By cash paid Feliciq
lbHocheekermonth's al- 29 4.40
" By cash paid Rogero

y paid Josw k 80 22.15
nuay for hauling sand
as stir cit7- 81 1.00 .
y ea patid Benj.
'Y.right being Fine re-
mposig. 82 5.00
*( ft Byagsh paid city Mar-
shat month's salary. as 20.oo '
t *( cash paid eity
Ms shal cleanang Mar.
kets to date. 84 2.00


- " By ensh paid Mosely
= 19 cann8)e ipaner. 85 8.76
Re/a for work and
,, garats da ro- 86 7.05 1.
s private for reliePof
) F. R. Porter an inds"
pt ipe ni@
I Feb, 5y cash paid J B 87 15.00
Ponce for repairing
Pump. 88 4.40
cash paid ei" assa w

foBy cash paid cityet k
r extraa w ing r 40 5.00
" y cea hrpaiol abelal
lowance. 41 4.00
" By cash paid Mosely
sis rnonf la's lion nee. 42 4.00
F Mitchelher month's
allowance. 43 4.00
" By cash paid Leoca-
dia Gomezher month's
,al o .paid city clerk 44 4.00
for issuing 24 conimis.
sIons to Capt, of Patrol
,at80cets.forthequarter.45 7,20
shU{hei opnot 's 1 3T46 20.00

Rh a yM
Cr bushd ed Thhs*
fund for hire of lower
Bu 49 18.00 1


(Treasurer's Commissions.) $8
On Receipts $144.48 @2}
On Expend. $ c54 4 1
per et. $8.00


SHORTEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA.
Leavescharlestonevery Tuesday
Afternoon, at & okilock.
FOR PALATKA PLA.,
Fla Perhandina, Plcolata, air ((ll Land-
ings on the St. Johns River.
THE STEAMER

.


0 AROLINA ,
CAPT. T. J. LOCKWOOD *

ILzleave ChastlTern Whartf narabovearte
o Clock.
Returning, leaves Palatka Thurslay Morn-
2 t 8 hack Pnobt ,rLLn M.,F dk ou3

M.d arriving at Charleston, at 6 A. AL, on
*
PASSAGE:
Fernandi $
Picol8aofan2Palatks. 10.00
D. J. TAYLOR,
Agent, Fernandina.
H. L. CHISHOLM, Agent
March 1 1861. Charleston. C.


eg
The Circuit Court for Dural Count) me
To this city yesterday morning his Honor,
Judge B. A. Putnam, presidio..
We were much pleased to hear his
Hospr's charge to the Grand Jury. It was
aetaFourth of July Oration, but simply a
sensible reference to the matters properly
roomang before that body. We honor Judge
Putuam for his wisdom sad propriety in
time disposing of this branch of his duty in
a legitimate way.
TWe Griminal Docket exhibits a number
of causes, but none of magnitude; the Civil
Docket is comparatively small. We see in
attia.iauce froth abroad, Col. G. W. Ca1
and .Ridge F. Livingston, of Pernandina,
:and.James Banks, Esq., of Lake City.-St.
Johns Mirror*

Eportantfrom Washington.
WASHINGTON, March 6.-Major Ander-
son has been tendered the position of Briga.
edier General in the United States Anny,
lately held by General Twiggs.
unator Seward's son has confirmed to-


i)EFER:Mr.
discussion in the a ..bines, anothepractici-

bilentydf ap er bSockade of t ab
that the foreign Ministers will be sounded

unts thebquesteron to international I t,
respect such a proceeding.
All the Commissioners from the Confed-
erate States have arrived in Washington.
President Lincoln has intimated that he
can only receive them as gentlemon'
Ex-Secretary Floyd arrived here to-day
He asserts that he intends to expose some
of f
tioI.he tI 8 150 leel seAda Dips1tara-
Old BucIt and his Cabinetin no veryenvia-
ble light before the country. Mr. Floyd is
itni 2ein b charge ma again him.

regards she mission of the Commissioners
from the Confederate States. They do not
expect recognation at present.
--
WASHINGToN, March 5.-Maj. Ander-
son, in his despatches to the Government
up td the 4th March, has continued to
apeakofhisconditionas safe, and to ex-
press the opinion that it would be best not
to re-iutorce his garrison.
A draft drawn by Secretary I)ix, on the
Assistant Tr New Or!
easurtr at eans, to pal
for work done on the Custom House in that
alty, and also a dra.t by Postruarter King,
en the same otlicer, tor postal services,
amounting in all to between 82010,000 and
8300,000, we een returned unpaid.
The resignation of Alr. Preston, the
United Systes Minister to Spain, was re-
ceivedand filed to one State Deparment,
this mornis
large BibefrofeWzensofKentucky
and Indians are here, urging the proust-
tion of Major Acader on to time laws of
Brigadier-Ucueral, vice General Twiggs.
Cart. L=y, of Virginia. oneof the a.d, to
General Scott, h:n. resigned his minius-
JI un.

Slommoxzny, March 5.---The public
proceedings of Cot.gress to day are unitu
portant; they sat oth closed doors most of
the day, and again to-night.
The general opimpu here is that Lin-
coln's lunugural is a virtual declaration of


EwORLEAss, ch5.-Gen.Twn:ga
strived here this evening and was en.
thusiasticaliv received. A salute was fired
and he was deserted to his residence by the
Imlitary, membersef sh convention, while
Amense esowds joined in the procession.
-
WISMTOOMERY, $0011 7.-18 Congress,
to-ddy, Mr. Olayton, of Miss., reported a


salse the independence of the Confederate
States, no court of the latter shall have
cognizance of civil cases in which eitizens
of the former are parties plaintif, and that
all well cases now pending shall be dismiss
ppd.
A resolution was adopted authorizing
the President toinstrusthe Commissioners

r ze 8 w si ecraetoaToopy
privileges.
Eraito:1 Bragg was confirmed as Briga-

dier3ene irand Wm. J. Hardee as Golo-
Regiment of.1 ntry.
Holl. 8. R. Mallory; of Plorida, was
yesterday confirmed as Begapeary qf (he
avyin President Davis' 0 (qet
T" *
Nz On Ma LEANs, reh T.-Advices
from fl'exas state that the OrdiDBBCS Of
Secession has been ratified by a popqlay
psojority of40,000 to 45,000.

EN. LANE, or Oassps.-Telegraphio
despatches inform as that Senator Lane
willstanearlydaymakehisfarewellapeech
in the Senate of the United States.
}Vp opine that Gen. Lane will retire
with As regret from a Black Republican
vernment. 9 mpo ja he South more
ly endorsed the action af the seceding

e so p a8) e ph 0 e
part of(he Federal GQvernulent, we expect
to see big in the army or the Confederate
States battling(or the rights of the 8,ogsh.
Gen. Lane has endeared himself to e -
fery
true hears in the South, and he will.be
cherished by them as *(the noblest Roman
them all" Jaks Kim .
asspptan.


11


12.77


$334.21

JOHN LOTT PHILLIPS TREAB-
URER IN ACCOUNT WITH
80HOOL FUND OFeST. AUGUS.


Nov15'Peamtbrough over
'beingbalauce meash
gOR IASL ACC0tual d 11.78
from hire of lower
part of school building
from 15 Nov. 1860 to
date (being one quarter.) 18.00
20.73)
Cr. By Treasurer's Com.
Receipts $18 00@2) p. c. 45
To balance on hand. $20.28)
Examined and Approved 15th Feb. 1861
JAMES st.SANCHEZ, Com. on
blarchlGN180 .00 E RO. Finance.


PliVRie EOPillio*
8'
44:

_a C me eboardiers n be sec om-
a Rooms, fuel, lights and some-
thing Substa eding on
theSubscriberCorner of Tfeasury Lano.
Dec. 8 1880. C. L. RIDGELL

@
Rxver Lune




THE STEAHER




*
E. R. IVES, Captsm,

ILL leave Dr. Hartridge's Whart,;Jack-
sonville, at eight o'qlook A., M. on
T sa ,m days 4 Sundays, 70t ibigths

. RETURNING
Will leave Palatks at air .o'eloolf A. M. on
Monday, lie4uesdays and Saturdays.
TOVORINGATINTERMEDIATELANDINGS.
And connecting at Picolata with Siress for
3 ugus at 0 o'clo M. on en.. Up
Will also make regular weekly trps t Mid*
u vi e intermediraste Dan is ,ng vt8nk
o'clock, Returningeame day to Jacksonville.
AGE okleonville.

O. DUVAL, Palatka.
Nov 8 1 RANNING, Middleburg
7-
--
i'gg
ARRANTED WhitivBitra of Fainil use
Selectedfor Amily hady Bakitif to
imly 6blls. Remaintok. B. It QARR.
Sept. 2>189 .








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This establishment issixstoriesinheight, sne.
extends242feetthroughtoNo.66Christiestreet,
makingit one of the
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They are prepared to offer great inducements;
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Their Stock consisting part, of
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andWal at
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Also, CAxx and Woon SEAT work, all quall-
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large stock; ExAnass.ED Unaman Fussituzz,
i sets, from $22 to $100.
Jenny Lind and Extension Post
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TheirfacilatealarJrannotacturu exem-
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$1:gALL WOR GUal TL
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No Goci8ds Retailed on T

Mexican Mustang Isiniment.

whinki re vb e alone xul insuroerthBsuesesa
tienG, Salt8p n a 1, 81 g to
iTas i w ann8oo t ste to 'A
with reference to the general estimation of the
Mustang Liaiment, I canchei=rfully say that no
article er perM led so Hman M 1 2Ridg
d, Conn." 8. LElTon, Esq., Byde park, Yt.,
writes, that the horse was considered worth-
less, (hisease was spain), but since the free use
of he M tang L sim nois gue ma
Here." Such testimony is reaching us every
's Id evba f faBonofretolod is a a as
genuine Mustang is*sold by sill respectable
dealers throughout the world.
BARNM & VAltK, Frupasetors, New-York

CO-STAR'S "
VER MIN EX TE RM INATORS.
/ ]JJ
ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN,"
Destroys Instantly
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF



"NOT DANGEROUS TO THE IIUSIAN FAMILY."
"RArs coxx our or rn cut uox.ss-To us."

"Costafa"
"Costar's" RatBoach,&e.Extermina-
*or.

Bed-bug Exterminator.

Electric Powder, for In-
sects, he.
DESTROYS INSTANTLY
"ds-Roaches-Mice-iGlas-(tround Mice-
if..."t"?"i"'."O'"'ll.i',17,t!"!,"'-{"""
in short, every form and species of


M*
10 Years established in New York City-deed
by the the City Post-Of5ce-time City Prisons
and Station House-the City Steamer Sh
s, ips,
&c.-the City Hotels, "Astor," "St. Nicholas,'
&c.-and by more than 20,000 private fami-
lies.
Jilip Druggists and Retaileis dretwbwe sell
them.
ll@P* Wholesale A ents in all the la Cit
and Towns.
we an s= wxasu s .o.,ari... iman...
4@?" $1.003ampleBoxessentbyMail.
Ally" Addressordere-orfor Circular to pu-

le RY R, CO8TAR, Pasolar. Day
or,
612E10ADWAT,(Opposite86.NichelseHotely)
N. Y.
SOLD BY B. E. CARB.
March 2-1861. Sm


ood8
50 CHARLOTTE STall:Pir.

nw pjo i oferdo mhnold friends
most splendid apqortmeat of fall anddo
goods at very low prices for cash or city
acceptance at sixty and mnety days credit with
a proved d edOr ra from /eg ntry
prompt, attended as was great earranute.n'
tion to give entire satisfootion to the purchase
a county 4 ri7p dr go ACnth f wilth
us she3t e do a emo v un
will be allowed a five per cent. oH, I wash.--a
You have here a list of a few of my large as
sortment of goods.


shdag oProad o a Co
Tweed Cloth, Fancy Cassist are edies Gods,
Merindsora)1soloreFiguredan lain Delaness
grey Blankets, negry stanketai, EaBlish Heri
nees, 31/skinaw Blanketa, Negro Kersey, Meri-

e a ,k r
English CambriesRed and White Plannels.
11.NELtioN
Nov.

MAPLE SUGAR.-,Just yeeeBired.
Agent it, #. 5.. CARS,


Prospeatus of the Daily and WeeklY
Observer.
agr SUCH WILL BE THE PRO-
gress of our city from this date, and such
is the increased interest manifested annouK
our business men for the escublishment of
a daily paper in this eacy, that we find it
absolutely necessary to commence the pub-
liention of the DAILY OBSERVEltI G
THE FIRST DAY OF THE ENSU
MONTH, SEPTEMBER It will always
sealously, but respectfully, co-operate with
thq Demoorney of Florida in maintaining
the principles of the party within its limits.
All State interest ts and whatever will add
to the prosper ty ofour young and growing
State will receive due attention.
The interests ofour beautiful and grow-
sn city will be looked after with constant
so eitude
Lor, it be distinctly understood that the
OBSERVER will always contuin the very
latest news of the day, reports of market
nod carefully selected matter of value and
for the family circle. Particular
purity
attention willbe given to matters and things
occurring in Alabama and Florida.
TERMS:
1)AILY OasBRVEIL. 810 00
Was1.01- do 2 50
b ghout 11.4 Un.kJ States
Por.emasterst ran .11 via, *. c...
acuag as our Agaul.s, w se'
mission of 2.0 per cent on all quey trans-
mitted to us.

Penaticola, Au ARZON1 & JONES.
Health and Happiness Seoured!

r > na 1 a e
The Concentrated Oure !
a canum AND POWERFUL REMEDY FOR WEAK-
uses or in
PROOREATIVE ORGANS.
Itisprepared by
AN EMINENT PHYatCIAN OF THIS CITY'
Authas long been known here as
THE ONLY REMEDY
rwo t aTI eVni r, asto
weakenedby excess, or by
THE INDISCRETIONS OF EARLY YOUTH.
ThispreparationisngSTIMULENTbut
A PURELY HEDICINAL REME-
DY.
The aSlicted are invited to try i RE
IT WILL SURELY C .
Send for a circular first, read it carefully, and
then yon will seud for the medicine.
PRICE PER VIAL, ONE DOLLAR.
1. O alwilllasts month *
Ganbe tOLEm LE A"eyiRETAIL BY

R. ORUGER, Aezxx*,
"No.142 Bteadway, N. Y.
For Sale by Druggist Everpokerr.
-:0;
"QUACKERY EXPOSED."
A v:JunbleMedical Treatise on disease and
weakness of the SEXUAL ORGANS, by
AFE1END TOTHEPEOPLE.
For Sale asabove. Price12 Cents.
Shouldbebread by everybody. ly.

NEWYORK PTANOS.



* CHAMBERS'I

PIANO FORTES
ESTABLISHED IN IS'IS
T.I. Chambers, Finno Itlanu*


(Formerly Dib 8 o t, and Dubois,
Bacon & Chambers.)
Warerooma in the "Bible House,,,
Cor. OthStreet & 4th AVenne,
NEW YORK CITY.

by e et e aess entO t
Bg" ora circular, voith descriptionot
styles and schedule of prices.
Mareh3L-1860. Sm.

THE NEWSPAPER OF THE
SOUTH.
The Chat'leSIOR 1%IGrellry,
gives the latestand most reliable political, com-
mereml and general news from all parts of the
world. Its special correspondents furnish by
Mailand Telegraph, full and early accounts of
everything of interest that transpires in the
great cities ofEuropeasad America.
TheNOWS Of the South receives
special attention.
Politically, the MancurrepresentstheStates
Rights resistance element, and advocates th.
A on e Southern States in maintaining
. Daiil Mwoury, 1 year il> advance; $1 01
a paper sent unless the cash accompanies the
order.
R B.RRETTjr.,
Nov. 10 1860 Charleston 6, C.




?.""."'"'2 Sill""t,"itsomas. ra.
G. C. GIDES
Nov. 18, 186().
PAINTS AND OILS.

LEEild.9955's.
Red, Prussian Ill@, Pa:nt ITrushes.
dept. 15. 8 E. CAR
JUST RE0EIV '
PuA L o aps tzlilu for inn ediate
LemonVanilla, Orange, R isp t r; Str=n be--
Almoudac. also Paregorio, Eliatr of opium
usung so aw:ni Usy stum, des des fo.v.
ders, Congress Water. Apsom deca, Can or Ou,
Senna, Gumarabia, 18**, Gloves. Cassia.
69* Id* 8, E. CARE


K EROSENEOIL i b AMERIGAN AND FOREIGN.
THENEWYORKKEROSENEOIL00. -, STEROSCOPIC EMPORIUM*
E ANTHONW .
(ES'I'ABLIBIEED 1854.) saucan stocrtro 808 Broadway, New York.
Announce that, having made great izinprove- ; After May 1st, 1860 at 501 BROADIVAY,1soo
ments in the manufacture of Kerosene, they are SAN HIP BPerlFIC
now enabled to offerit to the Tradest n a rn doors from the St. Nicholas Hotel.
A REDUCED PRICE. ,,0 as own E CURE The Stereoscope is the most instructive, sa-
The attention of customers is respectfully 2 natine nentertaiining, amusing, and exciting
oalled to the subjoined table, the result ofa i o Yi offilVE CURE None are 100 nOne (00 obl, none too
photometrical examination, by Ed'd N. Kent Unin intelligent, nonyounguneducated, to aognow-
Esq., of New York, Chemist, and dated Feb 8, BEFORE THE PEUPLE, ledge its worth and beauty,
1866. E THE EOPbs. No home is complete without it, and it must
.. ... m ,,.,,, and will penetrate o .,ni It e..s it, It presents to your view every part of the
1- 1.<, world, in all the relid, boldness, perspective,
3tATERIAL. LAMP. UT 11. IIIsrasss and sharpness of detail, as if you were on the
spot.
uT u. us Es. Photographers are everywhere exploring
Europe, Asia, Africa, America, in search of the
Ava A BIG Don as EnL. grand and the beautiful, aud the results of their
Kerosene. Kerosene. 13.0 ski e @ na i eenneT ri ty 1 onep r Views
Campihene. Camphene. 5.625 of scenes in Paris, London, England, ScodaI'ld,
Whale Oil. Solar. 1.892 a no 000 rs m Ireland, Wales, Franqe, Belgium, Holland,
Lard Oil Solar 1.640 UN Switzerland, The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud;
2.025 Fontainbleau, TuilleriesqItaly, Turkey, Egypt,
Sperm Oil. Solar. Athens, the Holy Land, China, India, Crystal
Burning Fluid Large Wick. 553 Palace-also Oroups Historical, amusing, mar-
.2 T N riage scenes, breakfast scenes. pio-nice, state
0 is cod teriAn exqmsiteenssorthm j, sad
8 ^}' I Cathedrals of France, hady, ke., &c. The ef-
-IIAS NO HAD TASTE feet of these illuminated views is most remark-
eg MAS NO BAD TABTE,
- --Isas eman-st--asealds.andreSr.ed-Lasse
a El c. 04 u TA LURE shoulthe e in sus drankagptilm -geme of our
2.435 $1 00 84 10 exquisitetiews on glass, witha revolvingistereo*
gggg gg 4 gg scope, showing 12, 25, 50 or 100 scenes. Eoth.

11 1, ing en me fas 9ting o del no unico "
850 2 25 26 47 wrmo T Ms OF T IE Anthon'y Instantaneous Stereescope Views
300 ( 87 29 00 are the latest Photographio wonder. They are
Reliable orders from the Trade, by Mail or to a sn 6a
Telegraph, fLlle a 31ical on to) twen perfectly atn .tiesh adiv smann ddit n
08 FOUYi 867066; R adds the charm of life and motion. The pro-
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Man- rn 7 toom E cess is a discovery of our own, and being un-
en il*rices, of anClus eweYor dW j a ann 1 o 2lin a nLomadt enn
ing Fluid Manufacturers and Dealers in Lamps foRE TT f, ITH IEMI ThoUBLIC Views of American life stid scenery.
N. B.-KEROSENE is the 'trade- Ster oosp ch I thinTowe have u publish
mark of the Kcrosene Oil Co., and all Fulton street rrayer Meetings, in which many
persons de cattlionerl against strain the y hearts feel an interest. The particulars of this
set 1 lu5dcanark for other oils. San D F win beefourjdgineour tb cocT nd prices will be
n PER forwarded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us $3, $5, $10,
,ow' ad such pictures as they may request, sent by
Chety 900(18. 855 Rit views stone, (without instrumeas) can be
FLOUR, TBAN ANY NOWN RDIEDY, UNE PACKAnk set ai o with to be advised of everything
191EAL, arr ONE PA EUCKWHEAT, 1^< send us thei9 names to place on record, and ws
BUTTER, .ggy, one ps, use will keep them posted at our own expense.
CHEESIT, Tier UNE PACKAGE Men of leisure will iind Photography a most
LARD, Every Dru gistand country Herchant slioubt keep faSCinating and deligitiful Milustallent. We are
BEEF, FORR. prse 3 .. I only man a prepared to Alto r it 0 to hh ever thing
FISile its to a faten gro M edito 11 be structions "If ow to take Stereoscopic Pictures."
PICKLES E. ANTHONY
'rRIPE, For sale in St. Augustist bt/ Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic
CATSUP. B. E. CABR .Materials, stereoscopes and 8tereescopic views.
BUGAR, @f* Merchants frous every section of the
TEAS, April 14-1860. country are respectfilly invitedto make an ex
COFFEE, amination of our stock, as our discount to the
SPICES, trade wit be liberal.
FRUITS, ELTS I'B 'I' oPhoto graph ers.-First class
CONFECTIONERIES,. RVcDEDTIA nV stereoscopiesess vessured,
TOBACCO, BP 5 OH LA 5 HU URI Scad by xual a print unmounted, with price
BEGARS, FIPES, of Negat ve. 4m.

SOAP, POTASII 81158 JS[)Optie -----gi 1 SALE OF

PAILS, 80DA, Remedy has the lar- GOLDPEN 0 ILS
PAILS. BROOMS, geSt SRIO Of RDy Ille- 6 0 LDL 0 0 K ET 8!
FLUID, CAMPRINE. dicine in the world. AGoldPencilwithGoldPenattached,
CANDLES, Og
DATES JELLIES, I 0 0, 000 package$ GOLD L 6 OR &?,
;LND 1108, 'PRESERVES Sold in Georgia and wr as.o ol
B. E. CARR. AN A Pl('FJIIUM TO EACH PURCHASElt
Jan. 7.IInts & O is. foointt en m 1 11 A le il ""'"


ciry, &c., and from the umversal satisfaction
FALL FA SHIONS ARE OUT. e IS warranted to given to all wholanve patronized our house, we
take pleasure m saying that we now consider
Brokeloosecarryingaway cure if directions our businessfairlyandpermanentlyestablished.
the spare change like a 9 11e wishitunderstood that this isNo Lottery,
merciless showman every I but.a fair and legitimate sale, in which each
body must have a new Hat i e RPO IOllowed, any purchaser gets the valueof his or her moneyin
can strard it, and every body must know all a GOLD PENGIL WITH GOLD PEN AT-
about the various kinds of Hats in order to ORSe of Dyspepsxa, TACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, worth $5
choose knowingly such a variety. Every thing each, which cannot be bought at any retail store
from a stove-pipe down to a cheese, with Broad la iV OF DISease I for the same pace; and in addition to the pur-
Brims, Short DrimsRound Brims and no 9 chaseeachpersonreceivesaPrenuumofJew-
13rims at all, Beaver Casimer Plush and velvel elry, less in value than $2, and it may be worth
Murphy Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaunty Jaundice, General so, 0, e, ro, is, so, so, so,. .vensoon
Plug lydwel esaventila s Regula'" Debility Palpita- NO MONEY RISKED!
from Noah's any down to that of the man who 17* propose to let a person know what Pre-
alway allept in his hat. So hur la or 1" : 11011, ChrOllic Diar* n um Itae vill re no betwedse ingg hie mon ye
. above articles, can first send us their name and
rhoea, Giddiness, nearess..t-ties worker eney wanc tu remix
I A TT A and Pen, or Lookety and we will make their
11. V AL DO DreSsed Spirits selection, andinformthemby return mail what
I 9 Premium they are entitled to. They can then

g gg/ pp 9 Loss of Appetite, "" Gle privdege of sending for it if dief
Painin the Side and buOi sla f men a ple ofa to ,a
tt purchaser can sellor.trade the above satiolet
N RO GERO Back. It is spellial- for all they cost him, and retain the Premium
( BENET SCORNER ) ly ad a ted to Fe- "T ";owevergany person should feel disposed

HAS.en hand every leading Brand of the day 1 o b g me7%rlymdadt
Givehimsoalland examiner yourselves HI&le COmplaintS; it they had made previousappliostion.
Dec. $* Any person sending us $25 fopour goods will
produces Rotund- receiveafencilandPenandPremiumorLock-
JOSEPH V. HERNANDEZ, *2'(,((re. ne'at .ena for areneianarea
ity Of F OFIII ill F O* or Locket
MERCHANT TAILOR. Ill&TOS of a Thin and L*^!""1do uniumn ableasuitablefor

hp 1 iss Spare Habit. "'" "a 's Gold am e W h-
line, which they may favor ham with. He has Gold Bleeve Buttons, Gold
on hand, and is always supplying himself with Every invalid Watch Keys,
the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, blackDoe SilOHid (Ff OH@ som a rearratuidns- hinst Gw utdnPs

'ite:-I.drsF e to ep ye w M GoMF ad
manship, for cash only. 51.188 & CO We have Gold Watches, Florontine, Mosnia, Gold
Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast Pins
LIVE OAK LAND FOR SALE. PROPRIETOg and Ear Rings. Gold Bracelets, Gold Sleeve
800 Acres situated about milesfromSt SW lirOttlWar, New York Boons, Gold Belt Slides, Gold Rings, &o. &0.
A st no FlaTMa8nd one anilee m bi For sals ss &#. Asignsfies co d eian sM lodeepsc calnB r

bered with Live Oak At for ship building, and g @, Qgg required.
is adapted to the cultivation ofany crops grown April 14-1860 N. B.-In sending your names, write the
in the southern country. Also 80 acres of Land State, County and Town plainly, so as to-avoid
eituated about 17 m.les south of St. Augustine, 7 letters being miscarried.
a place called Fish's. For further particulars 078 I FO Y& II Addrees, ANGLE & CO.,
apply to F. P. FEREEIRA. A lar Tariety at Tays for the Holidays 102 CANAL STREET, Old No.
St. AugusMae, Jaly14,1860. Nor* S r gggag ORK NW


EN' sale in St. A A
B. E. CARR
April 14-1860 *
GETABLES, Peas, Corn, &0. to.
B. M. CARR,




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