Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Title: St. Augustine examiner
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
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: April 27, 1861
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
General Note: "The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
General Note: "An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048642
Volume ID: VID00236
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 08790001
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Barrah I foreseh hears that ledght an theenes.
he amuse we u proLeos war. our law .;

Bu in befor on the told,
Surrah! tor the Soud-shool, hushi and

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**Insumabh." aeerand for sy*. S. B.K.
alavincibis ," ,&fobile, March 81st, 1861.
(Fromth Mondgomer Mail.
lessearran noneonar ransas 6 razazz
xiour, avan. x. A. Annow.)
Flashing, Sashing, sleng the wires,
The glor.ou.. c..w.each hears inspireas
It me obt 1 as ann,
As wills cannon, mortar, and petard
We salutedtheNorth with our Boss-regard.

k a e a y et, .
H el b
F ht the gTtor am,,
And with cannon, mortar, and potard
gaase use NorLldrub our Bass-regarp .

dressed Pe nah ey, an as r...urly ris.I..r.g na
Ps...t...g s..auts. .0 she bulle indar.--
To hoist Old Abe wr.H. Lions (.-:Lard,
And eatutehimmala priest l.-gardg
.e ch.aun ses donr. thh A r;i as
The Psaw.ello, fre.= 1 am s....e..Ir...way,
.11evand as uncombaum, pears send abor.g.
H he, ash cannon, mors.r med e.t..rd'

ddhis-min anosas, his hears sorro'^
The days of his push rose up in a v;ason
berore am, ADd be recalled abe solemn no.
meet when has father had placed him at
obe entrance of two roads, one lading in,
to a peaosini, sunny land, covered with a

reI huns nd usuar n d
Wanderer inton deep, dark ove, yrhence
there was no issue, where poison Sowed in
attad of water, and where serpents hissed
sad orawled,
IIs looked toward the sky, and oried
out in his agony, "O youth, return O my
father, place me once more at the entrance
to life, that I may choose the bettet way!,,
Bath the days of his youth and his fath-
er had passed away. He saw wandering
lights Rosting fagainy over dark marshes'
and then dseappear-thee. were the days
ofhis wassed life He saw a scarfall from
heaven, send vasiiah in darkness, Thra was
an emblem of himself; and the sharji ar
rows of neavailing remoise struck home to
his hears. Then he remembered his early
companions, who entered oia life with him,
but who, having trod the paths of ,virtue
and of labour, were nowF happy and bon-
sured on this New Year's night.. The
oloqk in the high obureb-tower .struck,
and the sound, falling on Iris ear, reestled
. I I Hi
Ms parent ear y water m, their erring
gauu, me lessons they had taugh him; the
prayerath.yhadoffered a e a

.bere h;s father dwely has darkened eyes
dropped tears, and, with one despairing
effort, he cried aloudPACome back, my

In his y amh did return; for all this
was but a dream which visited is m.
bets on New Year's night. He was still
.young; his faults alone were re
thanked God, fervently, that time wu
his own, that, he had not yet center
deep, dark overe, but that he was free to
& th d leading }ho peaceful land
won eron g to p ,
wheresanny harvests.ware.
Ye who still lin r on the tireshold of
life, doubting whiob path to choose, re
member that, when years are passed, and
your feet stumble on the dark annyun,
you will ory bitterly, bar, cryba v ** "O
fonth, returnt 0 give me my y
"Tail-holt better than no holt?
The following laughable agair is from a
book entitled '*Fiderr a River Scenes and
Cha aders," The incident is located ii,
oli I be BSDr Of a man
N ha liv Stan 7," who was taken
.' s After some
a rabs on, they p minto an empty
b I and headed him up, leaving }be
'" """ *open, that he mighs .be longer

'[ r relatop a faion of
dytug. be prison po
his expegi n sh a that, or bass a

trace; so Ipor, dad away wish m) flas,
still beat it into nearly a elly, as the end
Then 1
a ,d swi yre no gobas I had
ch like old rams have when they
F)7wr, on$now, they back ever after
when th make & tilt, So I cared in,
made ni lastwilland testament, And wit.
na g na sm or It war a hile I

was lying thar, bylancing soooants wi ch
'other world, and afore I had all my Ag-
lai 'nd stand,
an a n' am as in a the leaves,
4 age
an I o elaym as
still as a salamander, andishougiht mya
there sa chance fo ey y
oritter, whateverit mont be, kep' mosey in
'round the bur'l, Last he caIne a
ban b *,4 2 a asi mloa4 snort;

TPh no a nm 07* b as in per hk
tail in at the bunghole of the bar'I Lo teaL
innards. I seen abat were my time to make
my Jack; so I reind my holt, and shoused
as the sop of my voice:
**Charge casesseys ellarge I 4,

r son if a
burl and all the bar fullippendg Now, my
hope was that the bar would jump over
so, break the bar' sil o
,. I
|3 as= in. 9 swe n
.4 ty;oo sh. Down we went togethismin
p, n as n

ine. ( Jet go my sail ols,-had no mor
use for le--and away on the bar like a
, rI g rs a b

pr a n fm eTelba wishes for his
A Supernatural Premonition.
I was runerag a orght es press trainand
has p train or ten clars-eight passenger
and two baggage cars-and all were well
loaded. I was behind time, and was very
anxious tomaken certain point; thus I
was tasing every exertio and putting the ,
e.igine to he us usa spe to whi gho
was cap..ble. I war on a section of the
roadusuallyconsidered the boss running

anuck me that I mus stop
A something seemed to tell me that to
go a ad was dangerous, al kned bae

tr nah pee i todt darkn id

be see goal of dange, nor anydh ng

a m on n tr a tetr
looked at th 4 411 4. I
a gauge, as was righ
tried to laugh myself out pf what I then
considered a childish fear; but, like Ban-
quo's ghost, it would not down at my bid-
dio but 4 stron or in its hold on
E* Gre g up

ni thought of the ridiode.I onld have
I ha
-hen ed uponame ifThall on otion- r b

this time is had ripenediatowoobviation-
that Iinst stop grew nirongilr; itadI shat
ofandblew the whistle for breakers ac.
cordingly. I came to a dead halt, got of,
anddwent ahead a I;ule way, wichoosesying
anything an anybody what the matter was.
I had a lan.p in my hand, and had gone
about sing sees, unen 5 ranw what convio.
ced me that premonitions are sometimes
possible. I'dropyied thelantern from my
nerveless grasp, and sat down on the track,
utterlL usable to asands for there was a
swimb, me thought of which had never
eistered my adnd, as it had thover been
ne.,4 minue I had been on the read, and was
knwas so be qpaked, our, ass open to lead
me off Lhe track. Unis spisoh led ipse a
anone quarry, from whence none for bridge
purposes had been quarried, andtheawisoh
was left there in case stone shouldber need.
e4 akiny time; but it wais always looked,
and the switch rail spiked. -
Yet here a was, man open; and, ha& I
notabuyedmy prememnon, warning-call
it was y b [ onl{r have unab aT
is, and, k, on
ten rode long, my heavy engine an irafa,
moylog at the rate obtairtymiles per body
would have come into collision wisn a solid
wallot rook, eigineen feet high. Tbsoon.
hquences had I done so, can member be
ydusanbeddu sh uniddhy
famit he 'Eh a my aspe enoe it

3rnow not, and DBBhot divine. 15 is a
mystery so me, a myaory.for which I am
very thankful, however, shbough
a mp sp L, sq .

body an mind n adduran to the ears.Seaten
T A R R B6.dLl. 8 1 .from this
dusonalistaimony fuom Db. JACKSON, of I 5-
ton, wise testines under oath to .Le she, to

.:a:.:.-dBE-1 :-::\\-3
thBL It 000EARadDir.e of the Poser.nous Substance
known as Fusil 0.1, which .8 the charm a=.rua re
and injurion.. sugramma of me whakeys ar.
general use. BOOTH, GARRLY & CAMAC,

4nalyrical chemasts
1 brave analyzeditour Y k, er 3rd 18r ove
basing. receive&from Mr Cr....Iss Whenon,
Jr, of Ph.IsJe bis, and hawrng cardu ly cound
smaFmois .as r Ce to s. a. r a ...
sake a6r may are and he Kasored quakiny at
An alyrial Osense.I.
1 brave madeschem it. r /fd r-
cial samples oI Chesnut Grove HI. key. which
e altob fr efrom the hleavy sil Oils, S
flavor obtass W1..elcay:s des.vedrrom the Grain
need to unlison. In Rea scusally. q
No. 16, Boylston Street.
for Sa's by B. E A G WH
Sept. 8,1860. Ty


praf 12. I thi.

The abo sale is postponed until ,the 1st DARNING STOCKINOS. clon, but isoutd Sud no words. Her horse
Ma y MaCle is postponed until the Aret **Don E look so orose, Ellen," said my shyed unexpectedly, and she fell; he wu

b by a is postponed until the Arst i 8 moete ed it p ir at Ik as on e I enr ite be a bus h
Thesbon sale is postponed natil the Arst have received thefollowingaubstantislendorse- "What would 11'red Grahtsm say iflie could send a servant in great haste for a surgeon,
xon or, 7, postponed until the are re d or i eKwi1 see your diosples less in and a cloud ?" He came, and fearing her leg was broken,
Monday in September next. Druggists I did not care what #red Graham would desired the servant to remove her stocking-
be IP* .yned antil the Arst \SORt* think, I ponted, or any one else. I wa's an Off came the dainty little boat that Edirard
TM shore asle is postponed antil the Arst The "OLD LONDON DOCK GIN" of Messrs, exception truly 1 I had no <$ubs that had so tenderly held as she mounted, and
Monday inNowmber next- A. M. JIININCER & CO., 19 Broad street, has f tb rla glad that it rain- revealed a tattered stocking. The doctor
The above saleis postponed antil the firs been a favorite with the profession for many every eqe o a gi wu
Monday ta December non* years. I have frequently prescribed it, and ed, so that we could not go to the pienio, smiled, assured him so bones were broken,
The aboussie is postponed antil the first always withdecidedadvantage, wheremydiree- onl that the he stay at home to e and lent them hip carriage to convey them
monday na January next tions have been followed. It is evidently the y 7 mig ajoy W th
Time abore sale as postponed antil the first product of very careful distillation--4he active the exquisite feliaisy of darning old stock. home. Neither spoke. atoring e
Maday in February non- prinetple---thejpniper berry, bein5so blended Oh, of course, how delightful1- hours, Edward brieSy ozplained to her mo.
R abdve sa is postponed until the Arst sedto a 0 to so 6 at ne re I begso to cry, ther the circumstpnoes, expressed his regret
Time above age is postponed until the Arait qf tenyearsI have had occasion to test many of My grandmother looked quietly over her and turned to leave; then suddenly passing,
*r a le seestponed natil the has e i1 a a da pl a he a spectacles, but said nothing. I avoided he added, 'In thei htti'ry of the moment I
monday in May no 4 til the Arst that "BININGERSOLDLONDONDOCKGIN" her gaze, and jerked the needle indignau. almost forgotten it-.1hea Willoughby a
aseT 3 mate yestpons an no or nee o 1 n up a tly through the rent and broke it. This stooking,' and, bowing, placed is oe the
The abuse sale apostponedand the forms DOCKoomesemphaticallyunderthathead. In wastoomuch so I tossed Abo ofending table. The poor gsifainted,.*(4 was all
Mgaday an July ness. selling such an article at a fair price this old ek d d walked to the window, for sometime afterwardia. She really loved
The above sslais pasLyoyd atR Re Ant Knlokerbooker house are doing mak for the stro ing asi e an
T bom MM a pened antil the ( ease oftrnetemp O ON SALTER. M. I)* It was abdreary, rainy day, ine's those hini, anndd'twas a great ble rtose glit
Monday in asphember nest- 8 Wess8*rta'Bareet, N. T. on w quie
The shows sale is possyoned assil she ArsE **B[NINGER"8 OLD LONDON DOCK GiN persistegoe, ap if aL never intended to leave society. 4
to respond madl sh* Ares -ues dqu Lase -an bal jed f otT, as if, if truth, itrodyeDjoyed descen- isAg (Or EdWBM, the alattern'8 S400king
Monday so November own* Inquors. Its agramileum are the holdiatialue. d;ng. Stood watching the fear passers* cared his love. For a time .he avoided
a s[poned madl the ArsL orn 8 wgrea ma unit a by hurrying over the sloppy pavements.- ladies' society, and rapi ly roap to eminese
The abon sale as is postposal andl use ilret of Lhe Antper barry. Age has mellowed all Opposise was the residence of our stylish in his profession. Tyne air years after
T s. pued and do ans he mingled are as, m.a n n **9 ?" neighbors, to Sicipsons. At use window this when he met your coupin Mary. Her
Maday in February Boral ador so abe hquer, Much render., as duti. hang mine was 4 seamstress using a new- good qualities, her self-issarifloing one of
the amounda is papanet unt she Area smounothesenses of emous..t suseanke.mum sug-machine. I heantly wiabed that some her invalid mother, her warm beast and
New a is passposed madj she ArsL ine helsqmd puruy leaves hostdag for the benefactor of the haulan race whist invent good common sense, inidrested Man deeply
1 in= M.In nmal a .net roman tha a **darningemachina" If sombody only still, has former experiesorbad made him
Meadayin M annes Y. Y. aeric as grourade or the entre ponid I what a reliefit would*beto stiath* discruseful. Aeoldent d ed hun. One
8- DATA asedle puression, as .of the world so ers of large tunilies, for instance, with li of her pensionem was law ing in req dessi-
'.... .q.vingFd mul I alof mh shed meagay notto mentiola wear days, tace careamstances, so an obsonre part of
both as pround a and earative agens, and a when is mine, and they cant go so picaioal the town, and one was day she went to m

MMW AWTED, E-i"....sieds stiumway.w [Chs..a 0 dear I And shore was plies Bimpson her. She set one alone, bus mes Edward
December 1 1860. prackstag in the front drawing-room. She He ofered his servieek and at 8 'ma AT
g ggggggj CREAT CURI SITY had no stockings to darn; not she. Weal- orossing her light alipper was left th the
O thy, and the only qhild, if she wished ab* mud. He stooped to At it on; there bras
$$$$$BI Bhan a 5engrue touriitial n) might put on a new pair overy morning) DG .CDO ill Bight, and she timidly advasioed
rom 4, foi whilsh we want agents overywhero. silk ones, too. I absolutely envied her a pretty foot, with the cleanestof stoollinge'
0 sepasts the sale ofsomeof the best sad Fellperticulars sent wass. h felioi & of the daintiest oflittle darns 1-
moss sksanny inessessed works pubuakea* SHAW & CLARK, Bideford, Maine. 800 ty.. an one
unr pastelandon. ase or me mean assuresuns Nov. a last. St. I sented myself and threaded my needle Ele could resist no longer, and when he
M II as e As :e a spu\s in a worse humor than before. I knew he told me the story, he showed one tM iden-
She best as le and bound an use most subsLauual alteragatire-Wat] must either darn my tical stooking.
manner. of an<** 1-@ 7 N odxa. truFrc n nes a cooking or go without them-so Idarned "And now, said my grandmother, Iries

as ars udPdau as buy r oneeEl e u e ofm a ir Th k n onni 4 e r he a hd .
garentable empio men soldomeo e mes w Lb. "1576 Job finished ?" asked my grand.
sp' Perseas desiring tones as agems win PAlgl8 AND QILS, other. "Surell Jon most be exhausted go. A matron, lately being asked why
seen pr y y mannilparaculars, serms, I p 1 wh tod Lu Turp e byouch severe labor." I was tempted to sh did hot learn the Freticit language, re.

idit&BM, QMits 6 Co., Pu614.Ase, aday Bl n o8me Ir eOhrome say 1 was; but the smile that played arolind pl t.itat one tongue was sadides for a
**p anth sweat uses, Isladelpus, says ts, p. 5, QAss her lips forbade me. "Come, slan," she woman.

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L WBS NEW 192[ 8 Di 61! An a ed
man was scapiding as town d e a a ad

aky, where theymars were floati ,is like
white lily, on ,she surice of a clearisalm
Iske. Then he oass them on she earth,
where few more hopeless beings liblin him-
self now moved levard their certalo goal,-
the tomb. Already be hall sjah)




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Anvarrassumers will be insened on the
feHewing terms:
m a quareder el d
anna for each subsequent intersion.
Turly adwman as be unnedallo.eithe

ET"''&R'."E: fi
he changed neinerately and also any WECSB5 Of
mauer over the amour.L contracted war
am am na or wrah us num
.. orje adk\eqir rf sharged for all a.s-
son.comeon ar canadases for othee. m ad-
mused Obimary monies when they exceed six
lines us laugh wdi bec ged for at advertise-
ang raies.
us l 7 car a
pm abi h a ede.,ar e
One squne, nor or ar.oushe, - $10 00
Legalor Busaness Cards, .r an - 10 00
trasp on for Letter... Anims 00
home Ae DebLorm and Cred.sors 7 Ou
Prps a for 4,.s....nal n Admiitis 0 00
& AM balk. Mr Job Prannag, must be pma
en den delivery of the work.
Y virtue of anizecution issued otatofthe
Brevaz4 th Es rnrC so of Flor dadnd a
laried apon did win eiposever sale a Susan-
ash,3rerardcounty Floridaopthe 1st Monday
ofAprillass, atthe usualhour of sale the fol-
lowing describediand, to w.L*-An undn.ded
to ouda re Ban.1se and
talm grantof land containing ,000 acres more
18LilT J to 181'Jan tantlEm-





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Among she gallar.L Masalse.ppinna now in our
any I ...<6...3 an a

and uju.c the thing to rouse an echo aroud
the camp ar.--arous negi.e.v.

beNs a te, r States
Harrah t ferber daughters. the feareas on urch,
And her sons, over loyal and true I

shEnk somethiDg 50 en Wal reviv4 JOur

we he keotrye ye 'sherwards I
A nine lunabooR is, nine times out of too.
a sure provocative to good-humer; and, so.
ourdingly, when linished, I took my seas
on a this anool beside my grandmother,
and smiled very complacency in her fnoe.
Well, well; the dimples, have come

crunit from smellin, she iDIBFDS 8 Of the

a e-2 i **en abr a o ree
who had lived there from Lime immeshorial.
Thinks I. old fellow, logk out; old Oliver
sin's dead yet Jun then he per his hisok
patio jial asfur as he couldagd serstabled
abons to make soung 'sooirery. Tipe first
4 a-

11 a]
n y n ingb e od

I osenor think,"she began,* why there
is so univeresI a dread of deroing smokings
The asiteh is easy-the same as that used
for lace, wheek was a fashinable employ.
ment fifty years ago; it requires bat litsle,

"1"'--?'" ii" d ruge Mgeth
yet not one in fsftytan hear it mentioned
without mentally recoilitig at the idea. In
my day it was a kind of recreation after
Our regular plain aewing; regularly as Fri.
day oame she mending-baskqt was plsoed
on the table, and my sisters and I chaged
gaily as we drew the rents together; bar
now I almost believe half our girls would
mther go with rents in their stookings iban
dare them. Now to my story,
4'Yenhave often seen your coasia Mary,
Edward's wife. When they were here in
the Spring her many good qualities stoo
your admiration. Still, I remember one
day that you expressed your surprise that
smanso handsomeand well-anformedshould
EsV6 married QB9 HQ RBai8takably plain;
and he, too, as great an admirer of beauty.
Let me gratify your eariopity.
*Onoe upon a time, na the story-books
say, years ago, when he ,was mooh. hand-
doner than now, he loved Caroline 4-
loughby. She was extremely beautiful,
accomplished, fasoluming, and our reigr.
irag belle. 11e worshipp*d her with all he
anthusiasm of Isis soleaL nature. One
6 an any wouv#rsding dbwe

be undanp his usirnt se sell her of his dowo-


__ _~I~_ 6. 6. ..&.il namepow- theAllinineea-
"'"'*** "'**** "' -' "****-
rt0LfuQB Had FOpel MWadiODA)

Letters of Harque and Reprtual.
. The Proclamr.Laun c.i President Davia,
menue.g appiscuseras Isr psenteering com-
musions, or lenets of masque and r. pranal,
will meet the app..:.vul us Mary thus Ir end
of the Confedemanon who .s determined to
r--asat by every lawlul m.-aus had to the
lan estransury the aggressions of our fana-
cleal, arrogant and unacrupulous assailant

gThereasuaplesiand negro asser and eduor
of the New York Jimes, thus characterises
the people of the Skiilthein Obsifedency:
I'Theremorseless ceases, so, begio with,
tells us that more then two of thefour
mili.e. Mar who... J.Irerson Davas sub
arinegrees, wise see .2=nsed win the br*

i see n, es.; attain mo'r 0 ig
white fractiosi, the travellist world in all
toofamiliar aid. As anela p a.mi
shuffing abanitas of the Cus..Iana day eaten

eco is a ar. knandhe to 18 I k ri
the Florida minercan, and the piratical
,;ange of the Gulf Ruflans who are no"

"L'."i':::.'.":::'"'.?:':, .."' ty*,:
Amerion Nether w.11,ths towering go.
a lip 01 0.* Iow themands who cour.nuse
1.. Famps.ut planteensey, be conced- d by person.Ily, wind-: 11.0 ar..:-phosp-..
manderse use.ebusassetsuse els.catorse-
s.esar 0..[ rtyle sh. as ridarer., And suit
less will a he one ers that the negro
owys.a, sa is aim Is, neg meetsoner-re


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N(O un.-s NOI
a ll (16 Ill .Yalill 101 These people per n to be govened by
Constitutionalanthority, and yet who so
constantlyriolates it? The question now
is, shall the Botithern Cobfedersey be re-
cognized by Ad Abolition Governinezit, of
will theygo to war to win up back to their
ST, AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA, embraces; to fight us into it more punket
aPRILill, 1861. Union-a arrange way trulje.
..11'st. e r p..oph, in au.*h temper woogd; .
agr J us eunt runs, of Palaths, Fla:. is was ever people inswok temper went"
any ouu.....dill u, not as Ap r.r ft al... -- ss. In the words of a Gernaran author; they
, .i:xa=vian, and all sees=* surget]Grea, make sailacilorse, had r*.."M[L 1. r the paseson, bus deshed some costly L.auble to
carame. the earsh, and then stands weeping over
a the stanumed fragmenLa Alinal so
T ll I' SECESSI 0 5 spaniman-. el., or on... v.wa. .use.
g Lion, can ever restore no beauty, or mains a
: ingalu fit for use
5 TATE 0 F 0 It ID A. ^s nothin5 can 1.. gained by warclag
agasustus, we impe dare wII be gwd
..... sense and good feeling enough n the peo-

THE DISSOLUTION ps, or s..,ns..,aus.. so *
sandmen sp quare war pohey--"for whom
z OF TH sheOudswould*de ,.they fast make

onant.neon, Ap I 88 edei, ;ntel-
hgence annooneon that Virginia hampassed
The news wan corr.municated so sl.. IIun.
Roger A. Prysr as he was leasu.,a on the
ears for Monsgumer anna unu.e. eliver-
la, al. CT{FReonewanet 0.= !er -1 of

asits.gliposinion wee seemsel ath am-
mense sheering and the dings..g of bells
One hyndnad guns were fired,,...J <1.*peo'
so perfoody frantic w. I. Sew-
w allamuspLu ap _.

Burt WORE, Aptil li -0=[[. Pearson,
of use No.Iolk at.:,asses, which art. ed6@?<*
Uns assuming, reporty slast at... users arran-

a.. rhe a r is sk a =.. ril e ol" el a trum Os.v. Latelsor.
CapE Pearama. In fronoug ,at, we quarapel a
led rs b., user the Flats J1.* vbjACL O'
theobsistoodenas Lu faceout ababorousted
St Leeb al. ula or diu the bar way-

The Nortolk C atom II...uee was broken
injustuna organy and aq antily o guns
.ta te b i. Re-

II MLa April l8-Our gan.
how ringfor Virginal, by order of
War DEparLueQL She has saken pon
anon of the-Norfolk Navy Yard.

Caans.asTom April 18 -The repol
paneage of the Ordinance d Secesson
me rgan a t's.nsention c.aus-.1 great

ab i f 814 finer aji .."
a ml on. Fion Eds..aud liallino a
Virginia's nobleet sons, assisted in fine
salatein honor of the event-

WAs r;I 1 D
equeived h d ,phy II. 6.0
Warannounce that liasper's Fery
senalisas ginipes the morain
NOETOLE,*April 18 The Gualon II.:
in this cuy was broken open sine uior r.
and all abe Unned Brates arms..cs a new
ed by order of Gov Leicher.

th Hs sale.vd griml 18.--Th n
la creates the utmost consternation in I
coln'sombinetandamong the Black
publicans here-
IncrsVIILE, ApTIT.-AR imme
snessing of chiaeur, was held her- Inst nig
al. which resolm.ious were unammously a

quess of troops demanded from Kent*
by Lincoln's Goveroment, and declare
thatifwar mustconse Keaticky wills
with the South,
PsycauAprs! 17.-As a meeting
onesseme held betts resely.>r.s were urs:
mously adopted sequesting the State

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OF A *

comes, wI of a oun wanting.

St. Augustineas a summer
6 W0aldespeersilycall she alrention of
our readers in the Interior to the advan
tagesof St Augustine as n ummer re-
sort. Stunned .immedissely open the
coset with its atmosphere rendered deli.
oiouslycooland brinesng by the sea-breer.e-
with salt water ba ching a libum, fresip
fish of the host disor.ytion the advance
ges on the score of scomfore and pleasure
are not excelledly any pleasitre or heahn
It is well known dear 01o Hosals in this
City are well kept and the summer rates of
board are less than half of thGFid SL the
fashionishle springs and bathing places
and furnish overy desirable so.ufort and
theiraecommodatigns are adequue so the
receptionof islargenumber of risitors.
- 'Phe means of aecess frdin the interior
are converitelat. We expect to be stated
daringthesummer frequently by pr.rsies
of g acursioniews who will not fail so "'be
pleased with the manymbjecis of inurent
and catiosity afforded by the Amient Day

.<..;<.<............<..=**a da*
annuarter suserseshoccuresorcer.nypers
tran.amuseJ to 0.* so.-rouuy of8tus. And Ido
rr.rther e...ur.c all pphennesar.res.n.J. bra-
are ac. reuer.,ty.rque, resent
to any so. me owner r mena on..... c. rand
she.... .r.cvi*rfin he c.Ir.e bei00 'ti1 .he ri.
sms.4 c. L no ro she essteners... son. .

on,\, j r n).j a ,
dollar : +ir. such s.Es-el roe preaded with rs.o.e
shaz. One use red had lifay men. unen .. she
Penal.s..a.+ anero.nan.Jd.,, swish e.mis-
non an.uthe ..r ..gibers on.urew, abushall

one en. r. r a us wr. us nea e
StattB And 0 e *DMr.din*,am given has Eliam for the
regan..n a intr as J..e*, out they de sir man..
ry au -lamp a m.- ctrarary to the senor there-
act.y....r, .. n... g n... ......nuara.v. and, ap in me so..t. r..w.xa. J Dy Ibe Puest-

z e y on all p.-r-
seize behist.g tides. Cu II onI ra. 1stery ur. Mr
uses> a. Chae.ner.come...,0,.,0,,,
be sigilant on I ..ds .sr Jan.*Larryme aredaud
ne-lear n., a .> &.4 biq marrower manny
sh st Ibe g. .I p. ..It .;1 Lineed t allik**Larale

S C The S f lionsh use... .. me, law. 0,,. commry as a .rs"
c...21"ban c eN rself as sons.erest. o ge . .. us r. j
edly patriosion she Use been snacessfully aF "'a. s...m 7 noso .m. run y as so...
brare. She has gone to all the esp..mst-J "V Test, he sums., .. va nal >.. y or v.r
amounting to ..early a oralian of dollare- she ralv s Empts,"ar e ** <
,- rhe bonaborJ not of P.vt Sumter, wrsh j can am. ra., a y .,4 el
ince,-c.corangestar.J..(asp.anak'and '"
ot.s drawir.e a duller Trusury of pream.g ,4a.31.eleasedurop'nks) Ar., 1,
thef*,nfed-.rary drama, and as now in full asqi8 di in use.44 nadence;4u'la us...u,,
pink rpt me., w

own sons Truly 1.2. the Pale esta State '... ..

e ithe well a she 11.a.n y e. e an a
.. . us, ,
DrscuAaor *Ne,....," he curves. .ne. e us
pondentof th reasse...Is On, wt.u LO.
was arrested by Generd Bragg nd sent 7 President

t Moed@mer phodyap h en died 14 To..arns s.unary r ne.
Cabinetregitrding his abb as an intiscre. England and France.
6ion and ot a crime. The afair will at TibtRechmoved D&sposel, sayn* We put
14asteet to teackprkdeade to newspaper no forch in the manor that byland so.1
reportgre- France have been sounded 14 she-agerary

.as.. K Z releM and =>f she abilition goverardent at Washington
Lone Star, are. o presume tly p mass as so their purpose towards the new govern-
thus addressed in the Speaid a .ca col ment n Moongomery and that those agems

the Sunrh, w;il be earnised I .tters of manner recogrose ,ra and a Linedu
.nsportance by addressing, wi hin rhree la M 31b3 th..e lasal. Inthis over one meath,
days, pd.. pu; unh reder on apt.z posed and seemsum the a r as

11. G. 0 or LS or seemu-, goverramersesar.4 return; mad, begates, every
table s...mou, and penseno staba.g re ami andseanon from the prose of Paris and Lop.
anar. commermal relations, pleas. nt ws, can leads to the behe.I was the intereacset
*otuarmsall their alumne

3 he .Librp si s Englan.1d Mose ry roo.:.go n beeTr es' nadsency
the of send oc.>non.neal pnn. sp. Sonus, if by Lamb expreason is means
Isa abould be rdmust exclusavel coalined reasuliblOH bjBlu85 It, Fo 194 dar not and
tealave enourb and their symps. iaers, and IPrantee woqld not. Jith &
that Mr. Jagermson Davie staunid calls like dare not, no simply use the her depen,
& 8tAK6tQAD ADd & 10&0 (.1 danda .ua a sub. decoe upon curson, whimh ban always tr.ade
tear on which Mr. Lincoln desounses IIke he. keep the peace with the [Insted Sames,
.an Esses equate d thu Corn Sw and u.p well make her Leep that peace with use
tweet ey.0ab. Sonu., and when weeny than France would
rac.c, we I.r.orabe to that great and galians
Three Cneers for the Widows! people a usagnanamany and sympathy with
The Saranuals Repubbean anys: Time use South Whaub we have- BAttes received
firsL two to the Confederala from fugland, So one presseds this
I.oagi,.ullerud yeplerday, wars widmirs, Fo. eithek- Wer idittake sideis with -
rhe'rsepearive surnit or OSiJOto8=0900; one, fedetalli8 -
of thus, a Cubitcho in spirir. paw4,&Ias A.F t(
141in, God bless.her! sent as word to put b aggadingaqipdson who goe an
her nalyse on our last of subscribes to 164 a result, bar, sistrive allies orsh. ingamat *
8200 funk, to be pand during the war, theSouth-never. If"aesting their faces"
saying abe had* no sons to'lecad, but wania agngs, she outh si ,(means thf6on-
contrasure her cramens Thee to the true fi"nuang tr -skier optimiing 1
spark, for you. Who can unabt that this they may n air area'' agassaV that or
Jund will to razaud. any point ofthe*oompass chey please, with-
out proseas or remonstranoe;- but **setting
Noble Tennesseeana. sheir faces" against show own trade and
General bl.[aw made a speech at Ac- commeracis a piece of abourany they never ., M.,rsday law, so obedience to a can have been, and never trul be, gallsy of
of the alm-sea, so whaub he said be was on
lars way so .110mgoiner3 to tender so our and av ty a at pa sa sayd abe Inlstle
Goverramous Swe shousand volunteers al- ticons conuone. "Severaf com of shot were
ready ediated to Teunessee, so pnotect our reached a few days since from Bosson at
Northern borderr or re n arch gn Wash. Go .

sgrrsorat her dbemwouldenover .30,anlans usea
no a Ps. 3 L' w co o banVowd o daG v in

at n wouR.,so u "noodware alino

Wasamerox, Aprill6 --Thefollowing
are the responses, by telegraph, froin ib
Governors of North Carolinand KentuoFy
Earter or cov. m'GOFFIN. .
WAuroar, April 15.-Your despatch
has been received. I say, emphaucally

EMhat Kentucky will furnish no troops for
makne purpose of subduing her exater
(Signed) B. McGOFFIN,
lievernor of Kentucky.
The following is Gov. Ellis reply:
R.uaran, April lG.-Your despatch has

theleryof troops for the subjugation of
the States uth is so olation ofdhe2on

clin be no party to this wicked violation of
the laws of the country and this war upon
the liberates of a free people. You can
get no troops frean North Carolina.

calls ex ATomma1. detail when your
(Bigned.) FOHN W. ELLIS, .
Governor ofNorth Carohna.
The Secretary of War itidicates that ini-
dependent volunteer com anies, volmrteer'

ogadireed te him from ose States, will
WAentuatow; April .17.--The Intely.
gencerof the morning, is out in favor of
coorcson The streets are lined with asill-
unry, and equads of anizens areoverywhere
dierossing the probable action bt lu seas.
Ghe to resses to general bare shim f the
border asses had nosed prompily ini ofolH.
on would have courred, blany leading
opagelicans seem startled as the result of
their own policy:

Wao Tar *Fot?"--Tini man who ru
the willing tool of the pqrtidious Adminia.
tratiott at WashlDgtW, 10 perpetrating falle
fraud ad Gear liewayegardt. by which he
oe sooems to Fors Sainter, as a brother-in-
of Montgomery Blants He parried a
Mise Woodbury, a slater of Mrs. Mont-
goalery Blair. TIps exanBlair is one of
the warspiritedthe Cabinet, and we have
in the conduct of his brothesislaw a spe.

v is a ht or n 8
h has shuWD thaL a laurne UI 0ammanche
lodlapa use be unted mons safely than
the gipeela.I'k-ward Cabinet Hard knocks
dtissauftwedsarber @3 n

h theme pn cerate

15 be? fkdP ey-t sper.Ira badl gr., -onanshe g /re as at d so r nk (

to reconstrnet the Union; it almost induces gw.mbus, 6-c
the belief that they wish the Border State Judging from the spec rnees we have
to go, so save make a more, formidable seen of Northersi ped le, watire bonn I to
Becessionandgive them a bitter expuse admit that there are some good-looklog
for backing down; and eveDiHS J ae. and decent people among chem, but we
knowledging the Southern Confederacy. venture toassert that, if tlie truth were
The Border States have avowed their de- known, the great majority of the Black
termination again and again to allow no Republicans (the New York finet editor
armed testile bands to, inarch through included) are a sickly, huni -shoulderpd,
them and given warning to that efoot; it wheezing, eoughtog hotof devils, ini hit.
is a violation -of the laws which govern man shape, riiththitled:t and nigger heels,
nation and States, and yet, in the face of it two rolirs of a t@eth, a greed streak down
all-- this ignoramus of a Presideni is the Astric, aU no stripe across the belly,

an aAd invasion has been made, where shein has, 1...= oi their eth la the wip-
it will stop depends upoil the good sense ter season.
and conservative feeling of the sana poi- Event of Ene arruggle.
tion of the people of the northern States. We elsp alu following Iran time R.A.
We are not surprised thu bands ofYulgar and Annainer:-16s Resolutsonary .p ra
and desperate Wade awakes areitures of which a abroad Ir. th. land wilbour. an.R.,
the same stamp should be conned ince use slasehold.r.g States a phal.iraz which
obeying the conimands of this motley and neither she mongrel orew pow at the head of afairs in the force of Abolition enemies, do destroy.
Washington, and entry on a war of inva. This is just r.s certain as thu day sueseeds
11500 &Dd devassanon on thir South; bitt the night, and then .111 Numessa sher that she
Army and Navy, hieve we alrqudy received has delayed, but polforperce to pu.s:.h rAs
into the bpsom of our Youti Confedersey 8ubmissionisty ,
Armsof its chivalry and honor, we think We shall thein haire a limited, homogene-
not-only some of them go for the jirst obs Contiederacy of foliritiise infliions ilghi.
time slowlo perceive the path of justice, inigg fof show firesides, their obildred, avd
but they will not sulif their swords warb shear sacred honor, agames a hated foo.-
the ad to H hou see shook pl coathes come., clue ter.
,of their untrymen. rors and fepra 1 Abe Julturances.);s
analimr bas no right so declare war without the skill to frighten us frbin the path of honor,
consent of ConSreas, and than in doiDg 80 WI I GLeappear hkeshadows before she sun
he has vanscended has war. The Con- ine pages at hiseaspase..hilegs wnh she
spaccesson of small yd homogenous nations
sticusion of the Unred States anya that ,ar copflies warb upd000 HIlly their
Congress aball declare war '-has Mr. superioral in natutters. 'thef bbre neArly
LIFOOLN 00Dvened Congregs for shaz pnr. aler.yaconquured
pose? No, his praelsanion of war comes The sweray usuous who formed the waac
Bral. Again-Congress shall oall sh arns.y or Kersea were defend by a few
alantselaing confederated Stues at Mars,
suhria inso serviae LO BuppfGM IDAUfr00- LladD, AL Plane, a Balamis and Thermopo.
tiousand repel Invasion ( Where is the in Fredersok, of Prussia, fought all Eu-
evidence of Insurrection or of Ivasion? rope for seven yearaand emerged from the
UnleEs it be in the northern States, where r.moke *[.4 dan of in to contest a con-
every preparation is making in iheir Navy re lansul do as be of a den,
falday Arsenals, sad, ArmOriOB, for What? side of abat seventy-four gun ship Russia,
to subjugate a people, who silks only the and dogg.4 [.er in many a well fought vie-
precious boon of leaving this unnatural tory, lease, with a handflil of brave men,

a thrTgebba gao n oduchies" i"irteenColoniio2

a sy d ad in ups than er to r 9 rs p


So far from the sentiment of our people
being despondent by the signs of war, they
seem eager for the fight; there is almost a
feelingofreliefthstsussion sin over, and
that it igue longer in the power of the
Abolition Goyernment to deceive us.. The
time has apparently come to test thd
strength of these braggarts They have
been dining into qur ears lopg enough,
on all oconsions, even at pr. own ,Tabled
and fire'sides, their threats; and boasting of
their power to whip the South; let them
come; theywill find no contemptible foe;
butonewhomifthey succeedinconquer
ing will, to use a Yankeeida make "con-
siderable of a miss even of old Abe.
lancola has capped the climaz of mad-
nees and folly, by proclaihiing war; in his

"*, LL';"""*,'Tit',"t,":2.;'d;
Good Lord!" that will 06 to be
me 6ver Ip
guard him in Washington. Batseri.mal)
the Border States nearnising wish Anal
wasof eachracal importance to their so.
terest, abb is seems arraq -Most earnog{ "
thisy agonid harppursa .th assurge of pil

One of our Boys. PROCLAIRATION owd om Pensacola. '
flYTHEPRESIDENTOFTHECON- .A rats f Ps on sus so
We are proud to fib4 that one ofour FEDERAT1il BTATEB OF AM'ERI- The maggiNao daily mandsetares she
Augustine IMye-Witumpt QuitNor, was CA* war newsforanesdredandwinquinag pd-
of the thmime Ps$metto. Guiraf one of w ear..... )n.cohaw. Lam-c.m..).4 or 94.;a Ukely esent appearances here,
the compangen wbuth distanguestred she- use Uraded SIme. h... of to have a bu re e of is. Al. no asms
sekes at the Bombardment of Forc Sum- nour..:ad rhe intense v. rk.. Confed- since the commqueement of abe present
ter, r.nd.gast he acquined himself maqfully f[ ar ,.in armed fare Mr nee pumpse of dificultiesdhard1ho we m
during the whole enagement, said worked c.ubjectang the free people eighL houra 3500 men, who arenowoo lbe
RE 11.e of.afeson for weeks 1.elorehaindi to the t f EC Ibe d. mineers fta tore.gra poweland, a rch, Wil have arrived here; and from.
this compacy was assigned the honor of whereas is hr.. anus herson.e the duty. on ibli- dinipinebes rhn hade Then reader our
raising the Scare Frag apan the Walls of governersent to rappi rhe rusremined fif*gilhn, M. r.sgomery and t"harl 2 y
it Bduater, 83 8 proof uith6if flefo C e*:B* god 4) defered 10< rnghtsrsodikerlion ofibepse MDderstood that so soon dm a
durant the Ham r;es; this were 1.1.0 order- pie by an see me.r.e-s.nre me laws of -narromr saken e rdb a
> occupy the Fort This muss be /.ns the wap, asenvertred-warlare pace de d thank to his dispo.sms. Simmer wd) be called upot to surrender
,,' ",,,,"'ss,"" ,,,as, ', "',,,,,,,. ,,""; ""'"'"i.,,tit";ME I Daltos, } e, o lus
b.eloise, attat ahen sun, 1... n.x off done ,so.......t... say al chose whian cannes fail re be victor ous one,
his duty, but esenped t.churr l'* may des.r...byhearwisevaprsbugsarmed out )nt parab 4); L bi f
His young Edends here wd) no doubt. nig a U.e b.gfs HeBB. ED hil LibratioIfernmeal ill *DG the salarh!$e of and at
gopleasedt>hear ofthe gc.c.d fortuneol. rousingsow nor.andw.uked so raggres on, fearfulthegunsof thefort commandng
their young companion, and their opily, re- to rto ad a h l
nw, ches, saw. ne s..c., 2......... AmiI defairataer esPthat rlly thorill)L faly assits
had no opportu{sy of aboming their'ders awaysis year.s -Iginsforlystersarmarque them. **
womaken user, 4- hisknown ther-

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animato-deerwartmentee keep,..hsch i.-a
knel&ggymlid eggogryaoroposerybomb
proof, RDi Otir basive findwa will be brown
into.Lheasp.- JAfg-freep is by do menus
impregnable so shair should this dreadful
catastro be netrr, Iilliablifetters who bare
disapris it mttist itesakdo, and wall, wgh-
out debt, be snarificed to use fury of the
narrasale. flogy in brave hearts are to

bc o a E wee f all n
ena show The mED kre 10 ll@I EpintB
at the [boingis(of the approaching *brush,

an Idneyterm it, and at or you el
andwrahe Rodglory of all
fare LEle equplailar hopiers
The Zou-KAlp on La.Zoln, ara
Maily @ided ..4 (AB% ang.been promised the

e / an. on ir s no
L]ief hear nalliuU'af tiltrr comrades.-whosts
key use beau any. The ol- ,
ticers have been n.defusigable, an I the

arnk, aLLrents nual.ubedient, sr
III Lbe shrin unfe theftre had. sitaine-a
a correspi de irons take a look as
Pens..via ye.nerday. F.acy a a e....

r ad as als.gnately d. nd or sha oys.
r --sh.I I ya rar eP was

1ency tras, and ye depay idensas.ds, al-
th..ngic wo-ohanix say we oursebes Pank.y as
at <.11. It is rmacred that the men under,
Lion Samp.ner my .very 4.edeel.ed, bur.
messessaneaneof .uneassed anuarre.
prete upon wthsch as seal dependence can
De placed

.- he Batt M.r p r as sheF fal.
1 ;n.* ur enrkr my a 4 a heP 4.

m .L. r at St 11 I'..r are.n e. may .Ir.,L
or e..Islan prown of a..uly the wn.,1,s
e xu=n posity Times swan, beaked bywome

} .if men ft weis, anal, 0 r.Isa per ..IF. .
by an named orowd, who warned him 1.
into sh-- State or be quelawl on thE SPOL
If* prdened so leave That nigifL or (1.
non th. Iow.eaof to of free wi,

de u ed in at.* move r.
swo of the tunily 'pere bwned to *deash.
Ugiah shes4 fl ord becoking Irrrown, the

to lease, on pa n of being manualityd-pall
wish. H eadat the stateralents whoals

sa ees] we..s to tance

A Warisiva rno laritzhnour."-
*The ProvidholardPost ol" Mobday age, in
secourshalmearnestirkle :ommousinag
upon the probabilities of an extral session
of Congress:
We can tell Mr Lincoln shas if he calls
Congress joyouser for the sole pugone of
daugurassag 2 wa'r agallini this needed
Sease.,war.bour. But oraring to she Souds
the olive branch of panoe-pace, upon
rioladitione-hontlesible b all puties-be will
do a very foug thi ; and sooomplish
nothing m 55enal b 'peoplia of the
Nrars.h waMenes woment to down it.o
people of the th heniansolikey .yik not
wallow alBe? =pleaFeror. 4F- th
&ghs with olekh haillik f
sons undas which ..
ngress adjourne@ that she-new Admin-
,18.5% -
ing the trartora of LDe orLh. J tral-
tors he aneanr. I. gig do and will de-
oline to shooc d a citisons of the canary
for nos yselting to the almok it9pubf
pluform, we warn-him and-his party Ts
they wiH have enough tode itsr the next
giz months, Without qroadog ,Mason and
Dizon'sliae. ,;

stir* Politiest dfasensions have so dia
traosedsite. Repubile of Puergo Unbello
Lbalbusiness there 16 almost easirely sus.

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longed C'abines seasicis, offfli iD & Bl! (FI, -s, Diff blalash Raising. Chron. Curram h 19 O h e
glig.( President Llavis inse received of~lolaL Poe N.. Eng leb Wa r m isthkryl Nue. Ebhas ,si e lun -H r toines.. I~J ress S reby iv T., ol allarbitm ~qd rit iene
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has ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I 6r il~de th arlndaneganeSat-ir a IASVA A oran inl -- PA ER Thin :::':";.
ofFlv li te lean T E TENIR u; r/I~ P //arcobnc LAiB La~i 9 T ~r. $UI haels (lrieUO I our a
aa alace tr op s"0ar~ndd abouc dr.oiba G azeu U B.aslbr pn o usln e.,ulrru rise rn.d- .~ ~ oO lh 18.:1. d l E c a n.1 rpl IJ ce Ie b A
.i u ta hr abdyo Miutni troop had JUB rT~ RECE1 1 E IOI0 011jlTolll nh frus.2 8r.i Lb I 3Jl~ IbO~P J0~r)nl e e

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r o-r ,,- Rus .Corr.u. Cur~l;an. M cahrocalVrnue Ltunp Dia a l.=. Letlr=. Gases BrI t Db [.. YLEEsm
. It ME ggp opiqgge Kenucky Logslatureon tide 7th ant aT. Jag ravelle.8 at Al Youra dn P aprJo 1841.B. E np Cournar stl, Elec. rr g a tr@ Mar essh 18
f~~~~Ion Iha Whit ochern Volunteers andu Susar.ah Friday at~o Surlb P if n Fahes t 1
*31;~1:~ their: II C 1 ,r~n a gde~l adr inklatf, l.. upCh N PI II in ( carBT. EA$ gl.dP

oeelr Lb dior ap loe a. monalsaj. I
Ie Fla. .O~M .,i

FOPlR ~b~ ~~ Rr 8e.ll S:C.A", WoTP Me. UL
Iflfll bleof owdeareesszed c~ew, OIern r Fe ry.e ep s le t muRus ge t ~ ir L r i~ r r ar t r~i lu F r.e pya a l
Torc ystrda ab Lplllag t Taibi Amirit ra.l ear to iss In il n E udes, d sfes fr ale oneay. i er a yde. ?e ne forTwom adc.. i Mo bederiar I il prsen ay fna
tone ad vsselmen eed oundae en. Alolma whee he as dmane by t~du sem. nr ren n us Realmain- orones we --.-4WLst.J wn..ohis .u nts d tmBches a Maistraer o

pectd an waehed W. Ator as o. ppitin, rachd th cit~om Tini~ddy- Cmpti ragis emi. ln clwa rst udein ans Drra J eSummr MrdGeg naion and Jhn 517 F rc esk .1 ue *se.tnt Jdgeof Pona of Jon a ouny, ad n
faist o he S G viameaS4fli) 131 Flrliand Jural als mt. tae. or araku~us aplyto8. Barn adssonslea banm us [41 in nsE Cur.Later CredI G Insad hreb tr- orslialdaearg frm madAdan ra on

so excellent~~~~'~ health .hoogn 'PliflDOOUNTY COMIBINES hotrear ltseneBR51* e ee
Jerosirg.,~~~~T LlenME Sct had reige ando Stat Convnuon 21MARCH1860TO 15 NO1 186 I.alranelSUTERrorL
it~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~o is5ugl hek willlrlu not Thi bodyB covese IIn Tallaasse one sl OLUSIVE; A PULSHDTh LliDh USE. e-tadahios I4RCl Cb a I h iCR FI yntsate at heUdrsgedwi
T tiate ay at 4 p . Fq ny 4 5e u euaber A C C O D I N G T TIS E L A W S O .sy~ a:e nC c s so toPLO RI A S't O H N 'S CO lt' f us Jpr e slsisis le / n

ungei~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~. incolo.'' a requention gas,. The Ne okOsredsEa .Stato ie r 1 d nmu .t ba~t15.Iaint, beag r.1 nis fee l:rjyiury. 51r1 ."l~~b -TD EinI emr.
O f~~~ ug h lli e~~~~~pf ty5 Ai i p eo o c aJi r e a h e [l e A r l 1 0 1 a 1 r( a ns a m u s r o u d a ndjl~r g a r .~lde n s laIheB~ n w arl rl h nt l s an r O R I e
Bbth re uaentsaurmpsd so foce n 1 8. bikh-day f Henr Clay as beig cele- j r or we 14 --as 'r o mwunrshery nd sr s t wa ein ae pR @ r I,. IX onths fter dae I sh H appl to th
Af~~~~~~~~throng,%~~~~~~P.~..~r~t~~~ the~l enry,~ and II11 Egh ensuedi brc ingL New'" York h0 Io anY .~l rtliC Estuf~L FY Oum Th ul Bapudd n (nse it 1adBuG opro obe.. hefs ug fPobuof oaCut TlOri
The ciizenetbase he Italroadand t prootsfr ster~itre forme a isandsof gam nt.. madeararrors. M day orJ..Is u n. tan; Bie .1y n ad a rr a charg trom nsanitrator of Ea
* pe ItW he oar of I~reves o L~ .,r u tC s~esa-assone O He I. ...r .I. .iib u Caluala~rne~ Unlrd be ra .d lon'ih tlll and Ira BhaJI efnd nt ea pe olat.r,fMo SESEp LEor T y in to of nad C un

both ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ d: sies tdk=0. regansens conspkarl 11ora a1sreb sit Irmr dulybl IurE. .ul.IPsize as rculr~ Sure sd e eoehedyapna frahaig
whipped~t audanken prionrs Intns ex.rr~ laven Italy~ asolamar..lnuu..1 *olsl~ slPist~ pI? sJab e ,,f and'"@ .TJBI ---l --B UTAM J
sileienci s~ eig sadany le..d noer o th elbu al.0,Gribaded s eaingto .gr Eem.. P~a Priate ordig, eilr I ts -S jC g HALLWHIT MENRUL
-asartiallaw.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tbis, clio 7th(Ld to hthed adl the Unn sae. Wajnl.ose er- an ah .i amr.. mel dllaps *r~ rljo D'' In LI. . u :*at s
b gam I :*-~ I,; -~~i~~rar ... ul Orw-l fo .<..129Prn atf...aud --. 1. Uld 27Jaay- Feterat 18&].~ pr l~'~ .irlh~ dlu~
ted~~~~~~~ ~~a~lou regmen whrehoY~~i~'YI Us the pride of*.Ib Newla =.Amuse(th rfpe afrIushin J the~ll it an.Iicusulsronar ksu tro pneonaiaeu- Wnssybnad ely.DfadCu
YorkAnd ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Lr~uul itI is.II~ say they couldl march liewspaperL mosesi Itala~ di J~JR n~P ~ J~ reer E.snsa ( hra er 6d e0 ,smeJan 1hdepssaystSagater yn a e sas j
Ja Montgomery~J.dl~ b lastiLU B.f/alL sher wasi rTI in.T ar nof14... etas~s l.C .mu Dnc.c. ono I.p.tM M ni i, .a.d esr 1al.8?__ T HE iPI*BV II W EEKL 1)AY*B OOK
gra drsea.L lagr.1Ppro Vr cuusne t ea sstressesestue0 &0*** '"m sito .1..astGr.L, rIr S OR IS O1,L
gania~~~~~~~~~ ~jOCt FCpe~iig. Thells defeppos of M ierLe9 n sl0~g otirbi hr c
are beng mae airbg LOlashiB RD 850 abe ben agrs speL ig hgrits L5 dusRIrust 0kas d i 4ua y NOTITHSTAMNG te gre MO e Crisi
The ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~LN duy eg.LGurd m tObu, a heheanuitatrate aternhndst. 1. J enry iniJ I r.nuhthec on 2a IzD-oo

W. F Godon bererof be Sce.ionO ,- c at.vp ee arie oalege r= ~~tri. la 1,ry raJ a rr e ~ r oa a~re.. .u
isAM passe bj@ na~iah a91ved inA us run me oo. It is reported ...- I enq ar s..ur ,g NO UCEis us;;:, ;::,
abasR~' eity Sabas maneuse aconity pserialsnL he r. I .B.. c.,T gR a I LND OF l I; E, E. R. IVS, Captain. = = -r
oah neululr.oie ofa ann solp lel~ soaurder and .~LlY'~ Lane .da111B~ ~

be ~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ; d ner sho Lnrmy ofR~s theilr h a r n i.or deli re.r n.aa. .I of rise onfederte 8Late. Lirea otmanbrs fu.0 ...1.1. Pu,<. 1.> f5 ale itr q a rY W*ieriemort Ord ed.Mondiay, W urIsdays r1d SaLuI DP ca~ald readit. Dem ear CbrOssumonal me
NENOKE.EA ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ PI 8b AL ri 20.--The Seesme ofl~bli~ abe orbnr atyleL t(Sap' o r oi.1 bhp.J80. rainr .te eso rt@a. rtru O G TTRDAP DO 3 r dppra ras
sh gf s Te a shis oralig. als mpulsturedLa thesame ily. R undungi~u~s de r MM~f : i t rOe .id a be And o Dneclng orPiolai w.0.Stage: r la w.aneve be pe do ep on annes
from I~diansa, whee she as capured. t as Acher rported that te ordes g'..JLseiI r. aner~g) ~broay d sr* n = 11 40 r b oy o lan usypr z Lt n a cheic P K on th lip .194E H EL L .if BOK forl61lui
She i sen her as prizeofthonulter.fram bemiharyachanieso choecedig 5 o cou.isi c epea rmane oftt..a on of rrp, n NrOe bl.<0 n D.=s Trp. Bead;ampr wh ra erl ne seanes

of th Virgnia tate wooP4 beeds~s oaratushey resussablnoooped Ad of DWH -mi i0.1 TJ ili4NNIG,111lishrg. F EN[YOEGOPEQ noo

'll'ts Iridg..elva lphipy ha. li~a n due rreorerscom- 1 (0 Nv.Tax Collecter's sle. Usu oe drls proicadsd san s~~Ils s .ar>l qre rm*
Ilrug ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ R.CE flV liesD .F CONIEDWIATJ ('UltENOT ng the mis.; od."Ls 17Vw n h oe nmreedD Lrw, rar s~rumet.... Ule ne ad sr. opy osrA~ib.
Adle theCop g e ( rea asI I..ub ersea spor. cau 6.41 tdr Ior Salee me 4 P ~asrn ou Parrer s irron Ps mahv d

se ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ GN lliers edi el -gypottepd ar silarl '"I &511j81Fr tl .CA .D obelsb saiJLO SOm bF ~aUOd'i Ita of10101.~ ft .1 Ons d
ara~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ meercrhse.48.aaC a~ r o '~osr. MsJ- tp ... l hoa 1 rgard .J sa r ad r.. dy ul isalrad rbja sii, na hi ted a dtolj lan a~Tl-
e ah c grswnt fana I br brargo t b a Defek Eattl~ iMb Xrre .l assur fou.r y arrb 16,ad li$ sys teamade t~~CPYLJold d itd a eA iWr race Iuers L

neas~~~dweghingd412 pipgray~ s,~ hen resident ruC rss L0 anne COMMISSIONI HER T n; um.aqrp .. t~n,

4baskienefd lan114n anil fih nefs 9L n'a8 P.n leg KLNG' MONTI MIITR REC IFING AN FORARIN srae .iellb~ ** HUrL DI1ted LaasnMr .~

(sw ,p wonde dol d arrtre. asser, sd ersoa Alagares. Coefrs ournak.~d b dresd

_ ~~~_____~__ ~ __~~~__ ~_~~~___~~~~~~___~~ ~_ ___ _~~__~___ __ .. J 'i I

__ I __

THENITirRilit Pt1RWITTtnal

(Wormly H. P DEaaAAry)
Wo. evaewmar. wear York.
onends242fees shroughtoNo.d6Chrisuestrees,
nishingit one of the

in y rp coniferpenhadnessmeans
so he8H nolesale or ase or Time.-

gogaggag ., .
4tInd Wasmat

Also. Cass and Woon Bhar work,.atl qualf-
snes- Hain, Usa andmararwe Marrmans, a
large .Lock. Es.AMMillD Osgamingra Mosqueras,
I sets, from (4;Llo f 110. ..
Jennyundanted immenstem mass

Pl P .0 MM
No ea M
reh 810 Sm.
elsean Liaignant,
"" ',tC n mmean
101 8 ha emn a Bn Jus
Horses, has so equaL be person will in
"'st.oral, n wherhas once Lessed us walue. "And
war. rewrence to use general estimatects of she
an lan"rbalandednuCn ame

o a a n
for -na mu a usa L stuce Lhe free pse
$1(U low Lusuigr.L as Thessep itandsr. up

would have m. 15ewase of usuassons. 16*
al raeal. s. g us odriby all respapamble
BARNF.6 an AltK Prop.edsors, New-Tork

am now ep.ared so offer so any Id rrsenda
eval apac e 4 mar nL of rail and wmear a. y -

dy a w by car and to
.or. u 5 re enure sanslacuor, so.gherersisteer
ly c an. ry frsenda ra rely upon it at they
dq anadader a

nor na.

7," .$'"an womanp.
Fa e". a Ldm) can
gry blmakeLs, negro 1Rarshess, English Merie
rams, Mak.naw hankens, begro areas aler.
iftint"It'"' Y"CS"a.."2.."C";
DelananGents liferine half Hose, French and
thraginan Cambrica, Bedand Wanerlann
ra e-
DeatroyB Instantly

,, ..
Rars cous our orsgign morype we am.'f.
"Costar'a" Rat.Bonah,60.Zactermine.
up pp
-co.s.r..- =**- a ...s.
-co.....*...... >....;, e.. 2
as a ......
Bed Mag Maths--Man ele--Zeam


and Sunos Heamew-she.Clip Asemess. Abips,
...-...0...... ...4,........,4
Ae.-and by more thma 20,000 private Ams.

ser or"Sgists and As.Lallare enrwhere sell
@.em. .
ag* Wholesale Agense ill aB the Cides
and rown.
agg* III Banant II eleparless Amballeasy
agg* 5000 Bample Bones mus by Mail.
stay* Address ordere-or for ** Ciremlar so see.
aaNat 5, coarAa. Passeen Dater,
6J2 Bananwar,(Oppeakees.makelandecels)
'b LD BT B. 5, CARR.
darch 2-18al, sm. -,
M M SW *4




Bliss' D tic
Remedy has the lar-

geSt SRie Of &Dy me-
dicine in the world.

100,000 packages
sold in Georgia and
South Carolina In
FO RYie6R IROnths. It
IS aw warranted to

cure, if directions
CR88 Of JSpepSIR,

Jaundice, General
Debilit Pal it
y, p a-
tion, Chronic Diar-
rhea, Giddaness I

Depressed Spirits 9
Loss 4 Appetite,
. .
Pain an the Side and
Back IS special-

ly adapted to Fe-

males of a Thin and
1 *
spare Habit.
Every invalid
SHOUld t 080

RO 868*
W. W. 81.188 A CO.
$80 Brgagggyfgg10th.
.767 ants is St. Agassike 6p
g (4g
April 14--1860.

Rehable or lars from she Trade, try Mail or
Mygh, a a adu m'
9 I fearl 6000E N *
Kerosene is sleo to be obtained at the Man*
afacturer s' Pr on, of 411 the New York Whole-
4*,?p g* --
ass5e ; eO ZOf an a

Oct. 16. 8m

he M4 Chhuge 620 &
moratina cataswnan every
rany muel nase a new Hu as no
can an it, and arrery body must know sil
et An an (Has in ad
frcror.asove-pipe.3,wr.son Llroad
isturns, St.<,.: drama. It..aand Brims and no
Br cr.;, ..s all, haver Canamer Plush and velvet
Man ph y FILes Peak Bonnot Sembroio, Jaunty

sl sys slept in his hat. So hurrahNoELh8aos


a na as r ar$ vt

WOULD respectfully inform his friends
and the pnblio generally, that he is always
prepared to execute any orders, in his
ajiah nu avap g elP I
an 1 n a lood, a .8"
Skin, and Fancy Onesimers, T songs, Nick
Ti rdere executed in thy best style df work.
manship, foresekenly-


.d *
T.I. ChaBibers, Plano Mattil-

goraserly Dubois & 8todart, and Unbois,
Bacon &Chambers.)
Warerooms ta the "Bible House,"
cen*. arT 4 TAvenne,

Thisis a reliable place to purchase. Orders
yd faithfulld exeonted, and perfoot satis-
16. BT&sd74r a elreader, w7th dear ifesor
asyles andsekedule of
March81,-1860. 8m.

the charleston feretry.
gives the Istestsod mosVreliable polideal, som-
aleralat sad generalaeyrs from of the
valid. Its special correspondents furnish by
MailantTelegraphfullandearly secounts of
everydiing of interest that, transpires in the
great chies of Europe rand Amerian.
file HOWS Of the BOuth 70001700
special attention.
Rtghts rebistened element, and advocates the
adianst We Southern States in main
their soonrity,
MS enry, 7 rm advance $10,00

exam ors.u..m.
as*, Oho as extractefortimoring, vis:
y obsp Stra be
say nas's, 41. o an
So a waters to Eps Sea stor Oil*


t a na 31 i nea or
mies, 6fwhich the Principals are
es es course is added. Fos

CArr. A. (ON R Principsis.
9***,. r 3 1840. sy. *

sr a a to a
rescue and the heat ul
Anusan y Instanneous 8tereescope V ews
are UK lalues Phougraphso wonder. They are
& n an a how r di omady m

0 I
adds Lhe charm of his arsd modon. The pro-
cous as a dr.covery of our own, and banag on-
known to Europe, we recesse Irom London and
:-,=,4ad wAnd CIntan
be r-

h elee an intereau theeparuculars of d..s
Our cautogame of .ursects and prices wall be

Sib. $*!0, or $26 oan have a good tastrument
and such pictures as they may requess, sell by
VsewM slone, (witheat instrument) ean be
MBibf Edi.
- Parues who wifE 10 0 adviseder every Aug
really wahadle to the Isae Lisal C6mes OU[. May
send us d.e.r names as place on
w heel ur us,
IB8CirmattlighDddalightfulandatemaBL ealF
prepared to IIs .=ur am.uause wide everplung
nesseary for me.x success segether ash in-
atrucuena **How Le Lake Steredecople Ples..rce. .

ca ,|0.. I . Le a s'
examination of our stock, as our discount to the
trade will be liberal
... q,,, ,......
-n, -- en- -urn .


. For sale is BI, As
April 14-1860*
SQBTABLES4 Ross, Com, Ae. Ae.
Sept. S-ISSW


prospectss of the Dailyfand Weekl7
\ Observe?'
agP 800H WILL;isE THE PRO-
of our atty from side date, and such

a dai per in this oity, that vie find it
abool neceagar to commence the pub-
licatioin the DA Lt OBSERVER ON
MONTH, SEPTE.1111ER It will always
sealonely, but respeatiully, co-operate with
the Demoorney of Fl. ride to nannot*,IrelDg
Use ndaiples of abo party within its liball8
All tueentereassand whateverdwill add

a wTm du ar1youdaw an gr0WIDg
The intessata of our beautif ul and rrow-
la eigy will be looked after oth conuant
last is he distinctly underrated that the
OBSERVER wilillways Corstfin the very
.latest news of the day, repons".of markeld
and oanfully seleaund n.anor of value and
perity for time family aircle. Particular
attensiop will be given to materanad things
& d Florid
cocaning in sum an a.
DAILY Usernven. 810 00
WEEcot do ? 2 60

'Phas la, ing. 2d, 1860.
Realth and flappiness Seouratil
TOU'tG htf N who are safersag our., the at
ra fsectsa., 4,,.. on unrol3 and perse..shea-

no conceaarate wre s
assa or TW11
.........0, .
And at Firuser r so oITT,

Ehat would aarely awa pern.anently restore Lo
distaratSt.sreof Healstand Vipr.p.=aeores

.'hlapnpar.aurers to not a SilMGLLNT, but

the aAlami are lawned 10 LTy A
Band Ibr ciredular samre carefully, an d
Canbesentbymail. Otievialwilliashamonth.
Mr. ORITGER, Assar,

as as
A ralaisibleMedical Treatise on di ease and
for Sale as above. Prico l2 Cents.


now enabled to offerit to the Tradest
The attention of customers is enthuy
colledto the subjoined table, ther7aPeultof a
hotometrical examination, by Ed'd 5. Kent
eq., of New York, Chanist, and dated Feb 3,


doorefrons the St. cholas Hotel.
The stereoscope is the most instraceI .,...
teresting, entertaining, musing, and esoning
Ot modern inVentioB8.
None are too young, none too old, none too
in 111 ng n nontob anedaeated, to acknow-
No home is 60mplete Without it, and it mast
and mil penetrate swerywhere.
Irjpreser.ands yTr vi Idefe pot she
and abarpuese of attrad, as ll you tiere on ch;
Pnotographers are everywhom upierlag-
Europe, Asia, Africa, Amenca, in seard. of rhe
grand and 11.e beautissal, and she resols of their
Anal are constantly enriching our rusak.
of n arteT odn p a de
treland. wdEB. 278000, Belgilla, UpilaDR.
15mlizerland. Thelllung, Versaules, St. Cloud,
Fontairableats. Taillersee. Italy. Turkey. Egypt.
^thens, use Holy Land. China, latin, Crystal
Pasce---also Oroups-Elisacrical,-smur.uag, mar-
rtage scenes. hreakfael soonee. pe-alca. sun-
ary ed, rser$a runreason.ns r nas.)
cohedrals or France, Italy. Au., fo. The er-
fewat theis situenaled views so mys remara-

.11 E IfCI EE
A Gold Penest with Gold Pen attached,
wr as.o or
FTE R In l ears profarable experience s
A so, e.... ........-or... a... from ne unworsal set.ufacuon
;;;7; p.= ..
it""R'ck,:"f. "fty,-thabed.
"" '" "" ""'.. ...2.. .. a
pur a r ge* 5 eLwal < hGa oterPTe us
^CRED, OR A GI.U LOCIO.T. wona 66
each, when annsor be bought as any route ore
,',.,0..... r anews ...
's.'i"i".'s*1.1it .".
,q. ...,.e,, ,,,,n,
Any Lady or Gentleman derarmy one money.
abuse articler., can inst ser.d as unear name and
asse.......o., .ua.. am,...0.. e..,,
and Per., or Looket, and we wall make shear
selecues, and inform them by return mail what
Fremium they are ended Lo. .They eaH Litta
't.".."'"'""'" "'""'-'" "***
Our plan, from Jong experience la she abowe
4; -g-= *; -,*gs,-earage., .
"***- =<****'7
.. ** -
If, however, any perien shald feel di ed
....... a......., .. ......, esp.,
al upon belans as fasrly deals wnh as though

do enown audunhahletw
Gentlemep a Gold and Bilver Wateh*
... ** a ve.una 0..,< ca.u...
"" Gold
acts shirs airne.-.ptain one win. ...@,..
Gold Sand Pine--new nyies Gold Bruss
Pins, Gold Ruage. &*. As
Websy*GoldWatcheeRlorentine, Meeale, Gold
Stone. Came*, Garset and Capal Breast Pine
ad E elsGold Bra e4 Gold 81. a
Aley, anes, Melodeona, MussadquesAe-
,"ne es. Ad* referon wh
required. oestiven newer
.-- San yoPa wh., write th.
liners be is mise ed.ANGLE A CO.
MM braspr. 4 6,


80 oesiute bit4nlsto f6

."n biltn o r/? ?,*

berdwihLv~ii)frhp wligad


situatdaot fa e rt fB.A en,

a lc ale ihs Frfrhr
to ?* F

FOYS / fgff ff
A vswig 4 Wes to4 e a

';-:a'-1~""' ii

44 44 74
?$ ?"Ar
1 2

tIT s oNLY Posravecus

so OU

Tn asr n
R *R

am noclare*s go .
no reen ass .

Fa-stY rnor,
it? ME.
ranty union.
can a usu.

be r us.

.rr car or nail
wr mar nor or E

rlB I fit
wrra us TBon


T ar oNE e

and Martitant should keep
prests that meru* we .0 mir
chilanthropy toward enorness humanity. It was a
weappetShe spealat apd passalary interess el.eB

April 14-1860. B. E. CARR

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