Group Title: St. Augustine examiner (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Title: St. Augustine examiner
Alternate Title: Saint Augustine examiner
Physical Description: v. : ; 46-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Matthias R. Andreu.
Place of Publication: St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Publication Date: May 4, 1861
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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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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Volume ID: VID00237
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$ O AR
uER & 0 ., No as New York,
have received thefsNo inNg b gatiatendorse-

p r be at ndarNs ie wiGh o
GI@ RS 8 IEggle AgI Agent.
b/eM;BalNINT. CO., 19 Brand a eat, a
years. I have fro eMI presorthed it, and
always withdecidedaqdvantere, where mydireb-
space am men jou....I. It as us: es jumper bury, Le.rag to Mended
A ITrraLue ei}hrilla th edudellot re
onenyear. I usive had occasion to ress man a
a ml an elew hs dc\
r one 2 a i n J;.L Ily1. derneathe
ok k I as a d g II o
cause shrue Leaspainance
200 2 5 8 LTER, M Thy
asesses thedqunt ses shsLee bedesi1red 'err
Liquors. Its ingredaease are LIle dialdieGja 46*
or carefaux selected gran., made delseamly

(( Ju a we ne aramastle ne"
Hyemangled womasandgitan and e.zqut. e
d drTand
onesonamenses oramelandmanuse, wan*
5 Equmparity inves nothing for the

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IT. He took hfa riul;u and gus ance his boat,
and rowed out into the middle of the
fetteam; then rakiDg 10 his can, And 808?**
elr' ing hameril in the usern of his 'boat, Ire
took up has noise and counuenced playing
After awhile, woruous by his grief, he fell
adeep, but (be boat conunued to Goat rap-
rt idly down the stream. As was a lovely
night, and everything area.ed perfectly at
, rm. The sound of the river was soft and
low, audisseemed to be lulling ;he boy to
sleeppe .iq#4nd n5bs own

an unantsagge rman urgave
,'"there wasolaint care.
I b a as
""y a on an ar.s ?
Was h the dread of griefe di code,
Or the memory or G.5pass I
I fers that she Lo*, had found
Ill.. In a upon Lhe wane*

o f and alaerish har'
When laar I sh.T ber. 011 ILOWoilanput
we nas much-negleases ou r
Two proud to nuar oumplaint

I sawdarr prage s ally form.
Imaroled her breath;
How for.dly was has dear one held
in her cold embrace of deash !


Far away, over the dark blue ocean, in
the beautiful RI>.ne land, In one of its
loveliess willages, there bred an old man,
halt blind and ndian. His name was
Hana Riwher.. In his youth he had been
a soldier. and had fought mader Frederiek.
He had been n Glaz and at Lines, when
denh was failing in eLowers areaud ble,
and 1.1* tr.ed and brave comrades were be'
g.g mowed down Jake ripe gran. But he
1.r.J aesthered all sher.o storms, and now
in his old age, be land come back to blB
name v.II-.y in lie down and die, for the
old man use sired of life Un= by ODO us
C AOICEBE Us RSilfGA IBd been shou away
from blur, rill onif one resus.Thed-a lanl>
graud child. O b one lus..hagqi had

Isanar '(4. and
jur-mash nondit slid Sahary-Five
early at a shall to the
spha All as o Re nt
a to as Aur-Leverspen. ...
anal properly under ed idit. In F oise shall
AiI aarer Aisemenu etallifke &il 012.113-
ear at insorsitina areiired, 1981 he ultimed
odMs al be charged for nH an.
son *(mense of faudidates for Ialhce, in ad-
f>bituspy monces, when rt.ey exceed sis
simumleagh vintentairsed k.r as admisse
as payr.1,le quarce-rly,
advereasemis Wolf had6 transaul
pbleIen de ulot asaalLe
Omas are, for.ix m&ndu., - $10 00
or r .sara. 10 **0
s., . . .- . . . 4-0..
a 2. r -
are or - - 10 0
.. J imi.rg ch Pro is na. on pa a
. --
Y virone of an Execus.on n icl out of use
CarrassCoural..r theason e ni
a and a
on use al. ..ks.. 0 sea and a list.

or spral 3.7. as the usual acur f as II.
u$w.s r 1. / in
Thirsy-three Aeres beaag the shed part of a
o and as fax, ... no . of July lamar.4 camern.-
ed as John SA. Hammow. -
1* I & ==*I ** ***
in. um., ...le.. pe., .ar.ed ..... an* r.r."
in is is postponed until the Arst
M" *y .. As y
as obers sale as postponed aistil the Arst
T was we peapanea usual the Alst
at, . Id$nes ...:.1 the are.
M.m lay us I cauber arts
MThe abor lam easpeed and the Arst
T Moseleis postpongd natil the Are
Mak Man men. 4 til the Arst
/ .Ie a sepowe
wom is posepenet ..sit the Arst
abmov a as oned and the has
Monday an March lieLA.
show pm e-is postponed ansil she Men
The shofrg gendigddythead milit the frol
me is posspound no be arms.

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Stupt so 6.> a
Thenbo*datis"isp dbed and the tr.L
Moaday so Sepsemiser =21, -
where sale id postposed undistlem.digelL
ygg ,,ag
MenIsy m Numba m -- *
no a
The be a sale as pon poned nort he a
M Ms

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thuoashers a f us D A N. a-

uriry. "
Philentalphsabept. 9th, lity
Wahanuarefullyteau thesample of Ches-
Ir a u., f e a ana 42ndr.
known amePs..LI Oil. elsach in die charrsalarifide
and a unious me,.e-hana of the WIsu.keys in

BOOTil, GARRET & 0.141.40,

New yJLnaly a :11
I have analyzed a earuple of one.nan Glove
Wrankey, receivelfrom Mr Chries w ass.,r,*
/ lo{:sa 'Insel.InaM won c.gearar ni equal
from poisonous or deleterious ada.mrreer. In
3. alea-si CI wrnf a
Ihave aurly... of corn.ner-
=6 m or( e wP l>.I. ad
arreenly pu.e and ur.rsonall.rns.-d. The st..
h er r shs. 1 inster we de... a vb. le air...
& A. ast ics. M. L. use.usover,
No 16, Boyluon Sumes.
For Sale by B. E. SARR'
sept 8, 1840 ly


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up a al as agems every where.
HILLW & CLARK, Blddisford, Maine.
Nov. 8 Ibo4 as- .

N Bozes. Oilus, Capers, Piekies, Manant.
lied Pepper, French Chocolate, Manus.
urant Fella rves Humned a alt

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Ilf8WED OIL, Whles Lead, Turp.mine
zine Paint, alack Lead. Locharage, als..,
msfi'sMmma71 "a oB el'ellow. Caram.
Sys. I B. E. CABB.



ming was agnan. He had been given by begna-the brid and groomentere
has beDElativre a thorough education. Lady Bopl.i foo d very beati
Every advantage that he evald wish for she outered, her eyes wandered to a
had been given jhim; and, at Line age of ery, where aspod Paul Plegiming,
twenty one, he war. already famous. 8,, to a fall sale oAlack, as it mourn
hakwrineo a gren deal of music, and his has wrecked hopes. His pale no
pieces had become the popular musie of some face was worn and.Iraggard--wh
the day They'lly ou every pisco in the din. and hollow, record egori ber- an
noney. Noble had peneans played an iq a dream, mechaqinally and sile
sang them. Orchestra and shear musi. directed the move
asane played chema sal Flemming. w a he
thelionofa lailaidalof Vien

Stris. saw her ence, and Isredhed
or a as orn. was s

Nor othat bra@ a one.
I saw que leadinorh'd,
4.pd!ended kha his lor;
OOhod I mouly. worshipp'd he
. But yet she knew une'
yrhy did I let her give her neart
So trustat. pure and kind.

resonwinganusa he "d


the slogings!,agg,"and,4a any: "Go on,
Pad Flemsmag, go on Ther'e-broom for
theo in-the worMI-sban are wanted there.
God speed shee,,boy---ga onl" The moon-
beama Idissed the pale brow of rho eleeper,
and lu ap his features wnh an alman
betwenly glory: .il Wal B 10Felf 80000.
Go, onl Souted the Isle boaL, adently and
rapidly. The moodigin aboue as sweetly
MB OTer) 0 fil87 BEill rOlied BA SOftly. OR,
behod el.e hills; the darkness gathered
shesh over all On, on! won the boat
The gray hghter mera broke As Sicom
in the I'ast; ake pened of she rushrug nv-
or grew leader; he son rose beamy,
the waveless danced so its light; the birds
gaylycamledunear matin songs; and Lhe
host went ontdefily and rap dly, pwn
dre asseam.
TVhen Paul Flemming swoke,.ike, sun.
wasabining high an the heavens, and We
was many indes away from Bulundseek
fle stoned up, and gased around. The
scene was new so him. He knew (bn he
had beeq AqpaiDg down she user alinighLa
and he was now far away from bome.
Sanking down aggan, be scored has face
wis>.hishandepand burstinto team Bah
his grief did not last loggg He dear-
LDIllbd Lu Ur.p On down the nur, "For,"
said he, **C-ad will not let me persals. I
shall JO4 KheeL wills fricad6." Thus de
termaried, he task up Iria narge and com
ruenced a four down the river.
A his, beanw, so-nedia

there neverwgy paq.. wsick-,grrify4 ag
Flemming. thd womet.gere4att "ng
oraay over him; bu his heart was-untomelled.
Three yea.s pasqpd away*, and at the age
of twenty four, Paul Flemming seek he
firs: and her leases in-love.V He now
as Lbehenglac of his fame. He hid wrn.
son more the one hundred wakzes, none
of wb;eb had15iled. They were all nongi,
10? L IBar May-Lil0 FldhDBM of their
rhythn-so SAqG sitely charmsug and la.
wiring, thac no dancer could withstand rho
semptauan so join the througgwhirt-ag to
the gay mea.ures of Flemming's magss
walu.ea ,4
Ernest, Count Richenese n, had a lovely
daughter. She was beautiful beyond des.
eiptionand wasuniversallyseknowledged
the belieof Vienna. Paul Flemang saw
ber, and lovrd b r, bar. she lady was as
cold and as proud she the was beentifni, dd
he fell thu his love was hopeless; bps ..rill
he fewed on. As this tune, he was sonoi.
tod by her brosher to give him somblessons
upon the wi he knew than whenever he went to give a
Jesson to her brother, he would see the
Lady Sophie. Thus she time passed on-
each day his love for the lady becoming
deeper and deeper. In lbe meantime, the
I Sophie was betrashed to CounL
bers, rate; but of abis
Flemming was ignoFanz One day, fauding
himself alope wirh the landy 130ptile, and
abandoning himself to b apossion, he
on his knees befo{aheysynd in words of
" ". s....s....

...-- 4..p ...,z .. ,,,,....
more and more amense. It adhmed a
would kill her; bother repentanoe
too lace. She saw shnL.ibe loved F
ming, and abe wise uow she bride of su .
,er. The shougig wansuadnealis. Her
were continually wandering to the gal 9 .
where stoodTiemining,..Lhe insper
of despa;r. EverywBirre.ashe mov his
eyes followed with a mournfal, loria nd
reprd'sobbi gaze. Her remorse w rri-
ble. To drown is, she plunged ma .
to-the gayones of the hour-madJ d
long, she danced sad langbed, but a
could not sull the pain as her heart.
The (dock arrhak twelve. Flemmi
gave the signal for thei performance of tb
new waits. Ae happy bridegwom alsh.
ed the hand ofbis bride. The mealo com-
,menced--no one moved. They could not
-shey:r were spell bound. dVever before
had they beard each music. All were
deeply afwered by it; but, sh, how dilleren.
dy did as area the Lady Sophie. h seem-
ed to her that. it was the voies of ,the man
she had wronged, reproachiDg her for her
cruelLy. Sweetly and moumfully is com.
menoed, like she low sobbing of some.
broken-hearned mourcser; wilder and more
passionate grew the serains-gow pher
seemed hke Asis owned proud, passionate
avowal of iole. WildeMilDd loods yet ,
they grew--woo wila, and so fall of neguilh
and despair, shal, she hears ached, and the
scans wealdisa4th. No Milemed like a .
burning tibild a ritabilag furth
mi.11. ..>.1 1.*=. more amures.5m

in f one e a u ow.
thickened on hi II worn and baurlo-
warred brow. Day by day has sighs >ad
grown dimmarratid alls Lhe vid man was
nearly 10ad.
God had hiess 4 him wikh a lovelydayll
ter, She starried: 044 gave her a son,
but he took her to himself Very lonely
gggggg (fggyg(ggggy4 fig gggy hig 4gp
JiDg $10 UL AQOLher blow soon fell up-
on him, the father of the child died, and
Paul Plemming. wds an orphan. Weary
not worn, and almost broken-hearted, Haus
Rueber came back to the Rhine-land to
@d Prd he bad been ten years when
out.tale operas.
AL Line foot of the hills lay she little vil-
lu;o of Relandeack Beneath it rolled the
prsdeof the Genian head, **the bringing
Rhine ID (hG 0Ver (Sy th Y. is had, Rh I
Cla.LerofNouseu.vor/h, beyopd iL rose
thesummiLa of the Subengeberge. **Sol-
an and dark, hke a monk, stood she
Drochenkis, ip Isis hood of mies, and;pass.
ward extended the certain of mountains,
back ag the Walkonberg-,-she Caerlo of she
Clouds" A lude outside of the village
alasesdown by his padva river, stood th.'
contage of line Riloller. la was, a slin-
ple, small house, and a semanager wonid
bare passed if A hundred dules without
noticingis; bus as in the village knew is
well, and when evening came, many were
they wbp weeded ches we shitheg,.so.han
old Elanssell o( his eark,.days, agd so liscan
stolin Phtyl's sjplin. (
.Sitnesqpe..iqacitaploseve; bla
grapafasher waold and blism, aga oradj
not work. Theywers we poor, and faul
was compelled soworic ygry., hard sup.
porc his grandf ther and himself The
good willagerg 444 all rboy could to mu
ban May were very poor chemselves,
so day oonldnetrader him much usistance
Has grancest kilippeyag his viplingH. had
been his fnher a. Alchough .ho was so
young, he had ago supriorin the village,
Paul Flemming was a natural mumulan; he*
did noL know one note from another, yet
he was a perfeaL.master of his anatrument.
When Paul was eloven years old, his
gaind.father died, and he was lefy alone
so the world. Very hiscer was hia. grief.
How lonely and desolar.e seemed the old
counge to hpul-his best friend was dead.
The night after his grandfathe/s (estle,

'ely up a river coward him. As he
came nearer to it, he heaid the sound of
musio, and .law that it coasained a gay
party of ladies and gentlemen, who were
supping on the river. Being very hungry,
he deterrained to put his boat alongside of
them, andtalask for something to eat.
As he Approached the barge, a lady
chanced to qbservehim, .and; busing to
her husband, she exelaimed: "
"Look, Wilbelm, who a lovely child f '
and as Phal name alongside and raised his
hat, she asked him. "Welly my little ininia,
whateary we do for you!"
To reply, faul tid her that he Innel riot
Lead food shoe the day before, and beg.
god her to give him some. This 1.usband
or the lady ordered him to come on board,
has EU RI& e*Fifet his bust .co the 1,arage.
11'hen Padhad thaton;and sifiig returalog
his thanks ( che lady for the kindnues
abown as him, else asked him to tell, her story. Very simply did*Paul Flem-
ming tell bla sErriple, yes sonshing ecory,
and warm was the a5mpathy that is eliai.
When hp had concluded, she lady asked
him so play for them. .
"Wodd yod really like to her me play fu
saked she delijphred boy. **So' many fine
ladies and jpotlemen wanting to hear little
Paint plag Yesiady, I will play."
Ke violin and wildimended
this susp of blit sci'awees 4 mef-
Mobil 'silen It conTd
behid rid of Thinai;and
abe notes Painfs vidlid. sidly and
sweetly he filagaitrilds; flilllifebels
beans as ((crward-mivisr before had
they liatenal inch inusiol" Sweeter an(
more wonderfu grew the air, and their
hearse grew very and. Wilder and wilder
it rose-alowly, softly, aweekly, and andly
it died away. For moment, there was a
pause; then there rose one lad, long bural
of heartfeltappbuse.
The gentleman and lady who had 6res
inanced Paul trare the Count and Coupless
of Sternedells; and they saw ar once Llsat
he was a rue musksian, and determined
that he should not lack opportunsues 5,
Improve. That night Paul Flemming
pens inouse with them; sud ere a week had
passed, they tend placed him as subool
Tot. yeare fasileg aws and Paul Flem.

She listened so bIm, calmly and coldly,
and when he had concluded, she and,
"Rise, sir, I am an allianoed wife; and if
I were not, think you that SophiscofRich-
ensteins who can boast more ancesiors than
yonese waltses; weald become the wife of
npoor mBS10188
With this heartless ageech, she turned
away, and left himtobis grietalidileapsir.
This was a terriblitblow to him, and his
anguish and suffering were intense. Slow.
ly he wended his way back to his home, so
mourn over his wreaked hopes
But the proud beauty- was destined to
repent soon of her oilkilty Her parents
and Count Robers were annoos that the
marriage abonid take place assoon as pn,.
aible; and ic was should danc, in eight days,
sheabould become Count Robert's bride
The actinc then onlled on Flemming, and
requested him to lead orchestra un the
evenang of the mar ridge, and so honor the
soonain with a new walk. Half oraz d
with grie and hardly knowing what be did,
he Converted; ind the count departed.
He was how the most misefable man in
che world. He would now be ponipelled
1.0 secubet wed another, to gase upon her
basipiness and thus inorease his anguish,
Burerly did be repent having promised
Gount Robers; but his wordtray-plodged,
and he conId :.0: Wir rparals. -
'-I will do it," dial& he.' Shrill g,
I will affer patiently. Yes, fit or
her happinnas.-1 will composetswaliz
wblals will, at least, exettetair compasalon."
Thus determined, and balf orazed with
anguish, Paul Flemming applied himself to
his laalr. -When night oame, and the great
city lay in slumber, he took his violin, and
haprovised his grientees waits.* _
The the pleased rapidly on -she day of
the neiding came at last, and a terrible
day of ADgulail BDd suffering iL wasiro Paul
Flemar.ang. SOrDedines it seemed to him
thaL 1.* was going mad. In the evening,
he was calmer. The hour came at last-
The hells of Conus ReabodaLein's palaeo
are croaded wa the youth and beaur y of
Vienna's They glittered and
dbone wah bnlliant Jewels, and arill brigh-
ter eyes. Youb and beauty, wir.aud grace
were there Newerbettere had the proud
city witnessed such a gone. The Busio

befom it; then is unk into a low, plaintive
it ,
The doneers thqew off thesapell which
had enchanned theIa, and the dance begine.
With madly-aishing %eart; inad eyed half
blinded wink sears, PadFlemming watch-
ed the Lady Sophie as she moved through
the 4tUCO. The mli810 grew more and
more wildly beautiful. The danberd were
enchanted by it. ]ilach heart nched to
hear the yilaititive mislody of that m.agio
walts. Fain would they Gre paused, but
they could not Coople after evuple sank
down exhaustedibut Paul Flemming still
pinyed on-on-and on; and is seemed rhas
he would never stop. All at once the mu-
a.o ceased, the E ausag of ble violin had
bruken-be could play no more-the wa
as ended. As L)e last nore died away a
ad shriek rang thmuff the his! a
Lady Sophie had fallen la (1:* floor. ey
raised her. A ory of hDROrgala9 Sh6
I;ps of all: she.was ead. ,The vie and
bow fell from the hand of 91 ming,
and be shrieked the dear name of hie,
and I fainting to the floor.
They buried shetedyhophiea Elem-
minig was lets abme to. mourn be loes.-
True w.Its that her had composed her
bridal be called by her name; so h has
been, aind erfer wdi be, amous fog mag-
jo beauty, and its ea history of lo and
was ... .

e dan Al
essay fa its
(bal, he was g; Imd: enadfug fo us
Rohnsteing he bogged him what he onld
ey han-by use ade of his four pides
musieplif,"wich li ha 1 tiffar r
p ur@ him shadica.
1'he dloak asruch swilso g0.4.

g the hikj u a.was sh m.
and he'began Irie "Sophie W.sisz.' flow
haplayedlWater bhortli 4 he p a so
wildlyand so beandinally._ His pang
Irana gazal a mu.. wondro sure

he would user pup.Ja. this arid. ad
der.1y use music deased & Earney p
wiolas had basken, and he tail back dead
Lady buted Asm to abs* stimannates
ousesary, ones ,ans b e sa hau.

plais d is b
u I Flz chie in..
the author of the Soph a 1 sits.


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esp sh sl.* or some of skTo tsess and
rs; inuscraud.Wudaspaddished.
sher b no lus mus son nume5
Meebsolesudalerelesabithey are pubbelled in
wbo an a
elevery tiessehold an a d.

ag,,,, ,,"\j*a ad Indnarlo
profesebts seploymen seks 10 LO b II.
4 Periouslesirwaysosofan agems mul
lyby analitailipardagiars, serant as
48Alip GETZ & Co.iPhWiders,
8*2114 Mersh Seaead urses, Philadelphis.


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A flic...a:einos-The ft..l...ur4 Lu-
p.irer says.
R's il** Pleasure of

th Tweds a so r 'd inus bu se'I
theno::b one of .rs 9 .mals The lidrs..I.
bripsurine Law NJo, trans lic.Iifax, N S,
entered do., r,..,rtany r.I the fusion. ilouse,
,ar anor ener.I.Cdade C.nsula. eats

with the :2 .ia, **LT.f I 9
Ame.nen" wh... rpr. ..1 bir. gratifoodof.,f b
01710...1 ser on Mr Moore sh;1 he a.1 rrin.r

r I trad. e ebt a 1 t ifulled

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Vandaflern of the Alphtion
To phat are wa orame? what a few in-
polent and diskineral flowers of she Party
now;r. power, v.L WashiraglODr FR@ fl red
go copy on use work .:.f destru. rica, Mr.,
ding the 8.. asern St us ami wans.r.Iy
don pre ide and plop...cry. Tele na.o so
1110 bile =.*hs*9 bles ra.) algk;01|[ .3[
whu be doing; but is acting abe prit of
no Usu.pes, he has none for calling c..n
the Milips, for EveltDilDg til0 ?=.*HS, 808

""I',,"I' ,':, "",1'::n?'"if,
foodul acreant f:.r thee isola, thire nau L
be a reaction, Ib. **asher second rI.c.ught
of the pgople," wall prevad; Lky Will not

trailorous ocwar. why wJl make them it
shey can, the watched insunger.n of
pauhar.g their hale, while they enuench
damselves behind sliq 09ards jn Wash.
upon. But let thedh t.ewar

Preserstarynof the IPies of the con-
federatry Brates of Am.ealoa to the
Stare Convention / the Haq.
Geqrge p. Fairbanhe.
In 11.* proceedings of the Stassi Conven.
tion we that our enteensed follow
enues. abe FT..n GEORGE 8 24illllANAB,
prestated rhap t.. Jv with a bonutiful FPag
GI 156 I.'pntegist to .51.ates .=1 Artiflica
He publish the f Mr.wing intereasing lapp:r
w ch at capan.i 1 c.
I. A pl *

d E 007 EldOt)
orate El non a
S. .pwrar.1 tr as he s ump
( 011] .0 4 a 105 U

ards when at one time and author bswe
maivedoser our mil
it is now shese hundred and forcy-nine
.Mars, almost to a day, she.r Do ned
Punce de Leon played upon ou.

Lottery New York.
It's gise the f .Ilyging biter to our read.
ess, so a proof that impower Ac LINCOLN'
and his party onsy ignous se 80mhern
Geratederacy-it had Dec aply beams a
ised fact buL is pating so be so regarded,
by sensable people sL Line unit They
p.11thud [Lac U. y have not only lo4ts, the
South.1914E oil alace lose nanny of their
moist qseful and enter .nzang Ongeqs
We nku it for granted abar it mil be site
pO I ad Counic* Hale )017==rulRu34) (0
lin ( jF F d@pb50 r Iirgfb t

8 5 EP refed in agrida Lural parallus.
manutheagaring ark
tilli be len opeq o enterprazing whare

hilstory ofoche w}rld, wi II. goqd and rrue
meq st the head df'1faius 4 4 100ME 9 ?"
feet Consulsiven, a knottledge froar and
aggerieDP@ Of the an 8?8 0 Saighp ADd
pheabosla and quiettant on whWin the

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', EMNI Md MLH adu-
908. Winfield $Cott.. rous r oen so.:.rr mass.
nation is untrue-well every one to theer
dispiny of geol anagusour, tent we dd
think ge>d mate, would have prompt .J
I a

Secondon or V us Itave Lkaged.coin
p.., m. we.... c. s.. ,,.0. ......
hina to be a **g.,astleme.n to the Manor born"
we supposed tso must by standme, he bred
of the Mansecrm qc eversh.ngroo, so any

man, a he he the prou...r of bang a l'rr
glassanwouldreel;q ahe present anitude
land past Hastery of use noble viaofher:pf
Sunles. 11s al.) nor thief there was a
traignmen ath **Sud amingdg" as 10 10 >
use users and suposi, *ua 14er the ea
gjgU Of [Ilf.i_'Oilgliblilan, buir-ol the Abull
es, a Party, to it,+ fo...r of the km ly Alr..r
ar.d there alr.ughner these friends and
Bostlers fr...ur genica be has r...E r..I
los..J n, II... pr. I / he rs.,r, l..r abs fr.4
asse to n long .Is 1..- bran been tr. d .ud
ound wat*Ilor'

allHerasedode Som is:35# oach it

I ne Ra me I onary wMek }hy D 3 yd on C, April Ath 1861
Twepthreeyearniser Desoso, ame rea a:---H ing to a .ng
the Franok, under it.bam, and liable inferran x.:1sson to be e

* "i

, d.a as oral In. n boarding on E 8 1100,
perse albd4- us de:- of France shoughtpropecto adJuess ow,-bypings.
waived over ForL Carol.r.s used may were 'aceive such emi.rmalian as may be quirm
hurled down anndas blued and elaughter, y wr knowl he reapianqg, he above. De

'n n2 re I h an 85
.ar,. 11 rule, frain a pe.i.;J long noteda- 9
>....... ..a remona., n,. 10 Black Repr.bitecen arrteleriince, are arming
nearly the Lahle Of did @Hoorlighu Scedag at 1110 COQelu' Jrs, 16.11 IB be RGr 20 01er

u y theTreatydf Itaris, Plands weatrans- our soresses .a sun different capsedies :"
ferred to Grear Dritainand the ...3 er.... rhase our sympass.,e. are ac"*

'llDdnOhu Re5U gilOD, WheD Line bahradia elemeals of it.: .ublionism wheh has al.
:.Spain wen= agrin unt'laried, a readysumsarthderthelink which Mined
a a St n sea, nual '" North and Sou'I so one com.anan quisf er
Union proclain ed the faale of Sp-...main brotherhoo4
BW4 upub Our shorES, NLrring a perio TYP kobW thqi (be **dra IB C:ISI, BD*$
Em adila tuor 7 abrtis77*rrrr.onstransulage < e wyhos f ..rt no 17nTI

were followed to she adrrassior. of [tlanda pathy for she Soutlars..Inse, base coor d
.r. 1543, an one of me. c.eigu Slates of the 01 out noble 0s.iort
the .l.nencan L*us >.s .x sizues years I ana by g..ure.....o a Medial rpn, an
th faca, ....1 si., has felle.>uq.Jled to = d ab (.1..# obut dia.e..
an drqu (...... 2 conceason to wt...-h sh., m.ny pr ana...1",q .43! p.

/ .e. am, her ar.nera-ous and a 0) to to m
rw he a ne .u 400year a see our Ir- athwaily

a-1 unth

4 lu
costure, a et, a red r
apbmit to to 1/TaniaLaun ofIbose .at, 6 sq
teen elevated to pay.u ya preder.e.mamed
rd hostild
sectst. 3, let us use man are one
winues of our f,,.:fathers, ars.3 make our
ag n,,y ,,,;,,,1 of amend honor, value
nJ par..unau, and Irave.r a slunous her.-
rage so those who conse, raiser us, assured
clan the Goveinalour is regions.= mu en.
thaI bundrantial had lar3bsJ Jo .aislhul shall
He ra.mLamp aq (Way ang sqregs.

11'nn the hop. ths.r as stars any awa be
dentaled, and hat a r..ay long 4.,r unue to
wave over eam j*.band u=14 a people,

Your bed a senant,
00.5 1.17613INKS.
W..;eb war., un m.9 run rquesved and .r
dared to be spadd on le ourtual.
Mr. Itackhill bl Junertakeself stant.poom.
resp a

co a unsual.rhi.,
iffrom wpp agreed so, andNifemark Pa k-
1 oE isso-and Dania sppense ad

!,. ag ,

hicharminarinTrd ip E-- -1
On saidon, 6tdigers Entrit, mar and

r tweedppuInc a 4,' us Else \ ar-
On 1.1. *(6
r. Fauss.Lifts, is irell known as a
consiedcat Found of th. Swth, a ig DOW
newly Tweny years since he east his 10
anon a no, ru b a rfe rm

ct else rr a ku d, boy have alpays delegtu-
ed to Emanus .. .a trust him. de has (seen
for many pare an advocare of Safe Jinghts
has never failed Le advanac. the cause of the
Soush, nod ra Line Author of several able
articles published news pard EIDC6 QA that
a jous .

Conn an udi 1 b t

of use Confed reta Star. acceps..ble, and to rest we an im r, F eataustee
mysell Respectinfly yourq" "
"' THE PERNA blNA.,,.
The ""Gan firsuanufaa, a 32peander .
has 1,*,-< u.ken out or the water-moused.
and as now (cady to me.s we waters.
Imyse.* ]
Mul'dernear Mandagg!
Hanging of me Caprits. .
clailik).JV LILE, di IdBji .
Ma hter...n--On thuneday laws inf. r-
runncon.was as ind;a whis C.Ly, Lbat Mr.
Rianist, PI.uxalt wr.snardered strGuin
usaglaaus Creak,, pse'r life Un."Skisfitie"
reased upon seven negreasqelongsug ar'
sent. assenabled apd-saused theralo be ar-,,
(eath? Afteti a da statnia 51 4
rang. 's.u4e a war as n id that three
clike.nqurberters ui th Mhuder:
'l'Le f is wans ed ,two
Alapstr.near- noda
Est re(4 no ar 9 ,pr
"tou fJhd n

4. be free we pres trust.=.1 11 un,
behoo. Tak dhehostilityyou force up-

amstateur fee, and.say God save the nghtr.

Cot.gelorl.vornic DUTIES OF THE CON-
. sunsakaSnars.--The Charleston cor.
respondenedthe Richinond 1)ispateA, in
th8tourse ofa chatty letter describing his
going to Charleston, gives the followingae
count.ef the Custombouse ceremonies upon
crossing the bondary between the ITmma
States and the Confederate Statea: .:
Eatansining the baggage is one of 466
near meanumers that has come in wids the
b <('on ey7uba ke rs rfeo
sh a in place of more iDEOTHilrJg unlter
In dru-s unsorent directly upon your cros.
salip the inue beLween Norrb C'nrolina and
P 11. Caroling. You are allowed so go on

abuntyou chpF1.rcroph a 9
a tall ele, beanDg the dog on the Confe J.
erase6tales. ThencomesUse rev.uuein-
arpse a good looking, pahse y...ung fel-
sw, onlle on *for passengers to il.,nd

cakk7s a 0 tesTbt.agga carEfj
neownes-furnisheathe key 3 aids the
anspe r jp aroung up she CODL60Le, and
salia a hun that, .ahere is unthuss con-

1 bu 1 alah g ung

abop presem my ye

abe or [ nx as ined
wher el, us ariula ,1 Authing. She
hide driver [,office of **sperrrre exposed
woul lockh yop, ..nd clue usurity isoull
equall by the against of to owners in

course are d n n or rb run u

9,: Id

The ad Liasis.ys: thu following, ispatch
b uses from that ory to Abe linedn,
5 residea of the Abdanon States of the
lb: .
**Hill yon gbre us bree disys groof
asides yearterests neated in yqu pro.

The here of the Scoach cap, ord realitasy
cloakhardeterminedtosupport his party

tered fragemema, driven hither aba thither,
are pidled up by the new St.p of State
shas is sailibg Law ad aim under the
guidanceopaerage helmsman the gallant
JEFFERSON 0.014. The war ery from
IVasha.gun was promptly answered by use
stanlI bugle blues, froap )ipatgumery, and
oraven must dant userr<,by not to rally rat
itasoundand fly, upoh he wings of 1451,-
ning, to fill up the gaps ig. the house
Southern raphs which inay on made key the
LaJOIlot i)pi 080168 Of Liao At.<.hts,.p
harder. Let us bury old par:y has and
stand shoulder to shoulder under the 1,...
her oi our young Comedesacy, to repel c.'se
hirelings who wouladeseerate our Bolcan.d
soil by their savading loor.-prlrara H'bell.-
erlybagor Demoorerthe Souch is our
common beine-lbe hume of our mothers,
wives and shaldren--doubly sacred to us
as the reenog place of our depaited loved
once. Let over3 rrano.*, who would by
wool or dead mar, her high descapy, re- a trusitor.s doom rar, beer aull, let
b.m na his asspa Nqrthward where

lere ss5b ryse rj5ce

Th 0 if sy hGas
which pregged the 014 Unson, and shac it
to at class ruoment party p.Iacy dial n can
vulsing rise fragments wrench pt all"&
with the tenadly of death ro abs fasc sink-
Ingold Shap of $same. Down then with
party Jinesamong us-men of be South

I o

d b a e d ,
noring se t, bring ..J. mile, who her or so
telleet, Washly or salesal, as an leasug on
the alter of P.ursulassu, and le tl., com.
mon said line tilitantosht co all usher a ...
sthrations. Ifet the hears of the Sun ta.
ern patriottakeowledge*butsone latesent
go Glory-ous Stantry-----abid one God!

DESB EKOli ER AB t 6 8 50

oath of Allegiance to be 8 are a Florida,
or hate irrarnidiately The North -is per-
sing :. siurriar cours to slidictedlerners
any ave sea r.rreste p irs
elese confided.uDE, I T 2

Maj. E. K. Smith.
0.* Fr.endpublist.edat Mou.esell.: Fla'
anys: On \\'.-draceday we had the plea.' '"
.H.s.eing May Smals in..ur .town, ...0 ba.
way to Pu.Asseek Mr.,p. S." was formerly
5.1 ha 0 .. Ame)-.a graduale 01 Hunt
I'o.ur, and aft-reases Profspot of Make.
arouse the re; and f or a usual..r of
pan has beeri on one to.;rday uf Texas.
w we so ,zja er .uume during ed d.,

as a native liI. r dian, and seasoc.n after the
secession of hic.rada as he coul4 vb
proprely, he resigned ble pites its the U. 8
Army, nad La now as Use Confedurnate away
17* ted sully proud of him as a Florldman,

d, $ rarne 51,4 Fkesda will not be ashampa of
her son.

St. John's Rail ad.

Epg h s Fear l
10i.all'Arad silie Gn is Ivalf,
rhe crosesses are upon 11e no and use

.b use pa 4 r ab
en unks or about half due eat re zoad The
works on the road, owing a the pointiest
Doubles, and the genural pressure, has

edon as 2nd spoped air an

in)r a clungh d. pate

a d 9 no u
thdat ok will be a better 14.estment Lan
any Postl i the country. g lass, h er ever,
will arise obs so muchfrans )M manage-

hour, as from the fortuous locanon, est.d
e even round use out) co true?

nomani, aumpared $9 other run de lean
Ionunately located

sery audaftewavighbinwear.igano q -
5 was red ered th f slap[pe.ghould
155 an and at"4 p. If he Weing day
6 09
ana on upon the

0 ea a 0 as che

a a e
ran ed the ropes upon shsi Gallows anoth-
cr, a name of Seetland, bus lasoly from
Nq York with two ashers who paired so
seafluid from benearb than des fe
abowing sharabo So@beroorse
hardenedagaines)Ee sygrg race as thiby
are sooneed. . A %PAC'hTOS.

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A Pearynceresting ine*#enter'Bleaned
4 frozg man ho was so eye
wi 60mbai*dment of Port. .

45-.5 the furn aboz fired from
,Suble med to isave gled like an elee-
"or e speck.upon time Confederate forces,

ta a dish lest g osl F lio 1.
and a hailf illfill ititr thove-
inent lrous Anderson When howeverLine
gass, biggua bylobeddershdare in stify fees
uU Lrseoan 8 SOCOR SCORI llB 0

on a r.shrodoke r9 w a
r n 0

I rent fl) .hit if th.Jianded

seemed as ( rhe g us of destroetion had
and ybgrade d
mer ed .. Ale emQa T watch the

bit ouor rath set teethh


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For anny year. ps, 9, i.nrsarks the Clay
eaton Senwy, one ord.o --ser.sesI imped
ras mu to r2 B.r ., a 8
they uphold-sur enner I Law fathfu
pmenaanisafandalers.' Then, f .r el..<'
makes. let us our Uniou a n'. Il"

ubb were, q,..:..a...mi
and geneaosity te centir.u- is, n. .ur u.
n crededy mours and wr..o. 11
gas, we did r.or frol IIr n 1"
a ha that our subn.i. n a
I YEs. an he ar

1,," .
ab I n natil n dd

.. .li
wal 1,. br 1. e .e I.ium

sin us. In neced runs rise ( .1? ra.c"
er p r, th.sannient for c. ur.
fr sour Niarth-s.. fuser.els wunit salone
a pe ar nTibe the voice GI

and firourNorthern [ne a. Jt turne

nodh }nht n
fromaseDteu judice to US, bdL (

art re ad 51.* n rk..".
efreeSmum p...m our

rn I. Noarbs 0 ates, al. t

& erit idipils th.ell .. -, Ilutler
rs. MeBeou, Weed, Ds and Harvard,.1-
$1 Torkplaguncil 11.Ikna B...nsy.
Ti Bipier rar.J E P
nodr si il'lasJ f[

b r

- eifad j jrranear n
the **noble army of r.nrigra Ib ty"
marahing or. rhe South
The Mc:w York Herald, bu ye a rhy

is or one party, send th.w pairy .4 to c. a.
querandtribdueAs South Ihe Un.c.n
of the Inte Un.ned Straos is to be i-con-

1 s bones d ble..d a is* *
gloomy esultanon at she delsol ric.o, 0re,
and alsughters they propose hanging so
sur homen. adnkspea.r says, **sn.;r are
the uses of advers.ry li they s.e not
ow a rs r To rr .IA

arent lease full vi inarum. [, we 4,..
how what neeir polit. .1 1.atem.ry, abor
.arty franniship.*, the.r 1.ertsonal low i. r us
so a people are w.ana They its d us






Thedarkeloudairhichlulve..:.04 1,.10=(
over the political hortu.u have ince..s.ued
and look mears throussing day by day and
tho LLuceder ICYeIbetalks our aud
arson thraigh the legals and briub of use
land, warning us ou.s the storm has at IBM
in.rly barst in all iss fury but as to the
league of as dursuun, the extent of Ira rr***
Ag.:a, or when it all end, are aianer.s be-
yond man's km After adue amour el
eneeresy and an unteerupulous d at
honor, due Lecous Cab nal bee made a

-"-IL* Ir..~- ;) I^lrlnrL- Ilhl.l-r.r n r-L I ~ILr~iC I InncllYI IINISLLn r-~lr~ Ill--1Ul 1I1-- Yl YII~L~YII I~



ab (
rk ir idst to 16 n I asons eg a t

I' .eed.dsome well aime4 aba atrike
downshouseripes and twice was,4kis twophy
n na.,a in A. me a

a JOti4.UI Of Bililller, were descovered ty
thept.ple who had mounted the house
jups,.4 die Charlesyn shore, a deafening
shore arose front the mass and the cry

,Squanor"hd a watiblicated and
toquedra die atr, men grasped' incih orber
sinuly by the I aqJ and -Main apppressed
BuloLIOalglfereQ iited =For 8- &he as ours "
Une or the features of use
ocomasson was the assembLage of thousanda

qq Eq ad less tradap!pupressfrqibait inisy*
of 11.ann<.arrsedsmall 8.=44 shrh pa.
"tage.dqqpegghpqignidf*qged Lp .11?
a ud as us y

and pragg ..lgr her agg, iggigr, bruther,
lover, qhqi.e lips wege peniled for Free.
domasrake. Many a fair.salr.m was goal-
e.1..41 who had assised her Javed part-wr

car r fyr a usicapseed
e p..nny engrace beansed radiadt as.s
sy ag.,rq, enedycap..g the order'rd *
*3 "a cotlyce of 4.0 than turn
rr qi. but id, phers the lusL armed of -

ad of 11spar Ar.derwar e
her.ukrase danglarers us a Chicalrla an

to who had it.u day sought M* con-
ForeIgn liaeognstron.-
A MY Gregrify, a navaber or abb'Bntuals
Parj among .ipply spre nouse ska 1.0
..,,,1, at an early day,, mewe the asiop a.,rg
,g. sure, oness..s.
I.'overnment so recognase forab pairtheju-
chapermance of the ('Ionfederate Surses of
Amenow Upon a .aWanqque 4. (py, Mr.
dregory gave 11 culd bnag
to word4us use ITu,

0 m 5
to reoristo as
uncurred I on rebst
**.n; bare
Su ter asqi
LUML.iWfare area a digfine to.
@?44to. 9 9 anagn.neals
sitedise leg folk editat Ofa
and IIdrifth pil '5.5 *5 mhr-

go siffir' 8tte of
interea a esy in Ameeign
arsia) ediar, as
slik Ca e aT a cle, a

e andeder my pan


th st e -

g.. en asp at a do







I be Geosesar rollabree Eur

sh ce, dobase

send, & usea negoq It so be apade a the
thosek of Uongeness o -the--8th of April

ed his; a pdenqgtos he
editieskantif Edi'F wal
rete blfib, abd As IM as-
AM un A bre-
Ing as well na. India." .

Ar.auusals, II 2 orl Bard'

house. Seameof all.Ja
(Inkthigns; and make M.Llae r re or.
.dend to take, dithd or a so aid.ospoke
@er qwledgaptal.ef titoSoude

gleadeiana B.epudieuted. -
. art, Va.. Ap.11 .*ts-Tr.e isinkinia
0 teeGove.nm=s..I c....nic get arm or

11. flairdaurMidbeesir8frtlilliRIr" -de-
alles (q.tasthpt to emist a regiment at
aWiselturdianannist LIso United way
rath and will seen

U.--- the .fth a syl

and nob fro itibile t.=
Aswa ok.
5 us b there 5 noir 5,900.

Too 7
Asando a p 4188. Tile litura Datena
b eg (41,.14 my to
SA, and vy/g18. 0 neer.-so so
sept40 .ifor

k~ II -- rr

$0000 -

8 hereby ven to all whom 6 may concern
.Io use Judge of Probate for the 0aumy c." SI.
John a c.=r Lasers of administration on the
Indool ALFRED P.LFLOOA ofSt Johair

April JO 800 dw

11' I f"
to th. Prowse for me county. a s.
elshrefer litrare of 4.iminstression on she e
"fiODid H. Di)ThakLE law of suit up
.2...era.3J IRL INF DI.YSD 8.
SLarch dol lsd1 on

e).,jion he star to halidp "ms
L sy.den and sortreProlvascours t Josh a
L 0095 F Qufa gas 5 GirPR08 &DI 01.
D It L
Adams f or
March th ISITT




never s.",2 nee.. cmv.....
.3 ...@ n, n,/*rPass/ / us / .
I ar. Num. Er sh blam., use.cry Nas.
Mr. 1si Br oxim

CTBO t'LARTRT, C.der, Are. Forror. Lo.
wagerr e rvT ndy.splearry it.egar, .nger
^ ,. x.s ..-an.
R *NP re. E.vel e. Dece overia. sposers.

ary. g F so a lame1 .r rn Mails.
a .,,sa is, I BE <'.uR.

use ea..ed a l..t us crame U.LAIR. I.ard.
Base c. I learse. (.ackers. k-age Family


RI e rgeolarms antena
Ynglish tuated, one Table Sale esp.are. Plak-
ion. Saragr.ea. Anchestea, thee it'.xt.&r. Getair.e.
IIAnnine.Ourpreer Chry. Macarons, terousel.
la. Bago, he
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Sm... sav e.... ,me., .n,
presenthaslinal accountsand rouche to
u.e Judge of Probare of Est. Johns Coun an
Eseculmof*LtefatatedLADESLADARIL 21
ounty -heeased, and as the 5 a

ma pu re ask for hats a s:huga. r

EE monthe r.Elar JSte I @%aH Byply 10 16*
AgedPr@rsteof8r..Johnsfounry Elori-
as for a duchar64 from Administrator of Ea-
lateelMOSESE LEVY late at and Courry
deceased DL YULYE r

NG' 8 fit' lian.

11,000 Subscrabers in e


FORI 4 811.

.r.n us ru n. I of January. 18ol. rsu c.- as
er or me.... .. .... .....
/,wdmu ana.wments bd cu at gr...s
thusCo.uira.E.and repu4.aurag use aolnesona
uses size arts alawary prian have matu re1, shale
HNDu-boom.rt ppp.rmuset-urn.d.M

""" *
inDas-Doonto c.rhcar ch;s La a gowqrn-
no at anoblius, and 4.41 ardwser.Ey of so.

;=Man saf r ce,
rd-, of .Mr.carcars Sousaty. all sly use a
PrioR His tR O*IBrait Ou? Ilfil swit al. VE-
Iass. rs..ianderstrica use ra.g.e. ques on,
should lead it. Dun-serates, stentationaf men

I U Rd / so
pl. wall news he p is dour.
J UL. FULL 131Y-UCIUK ierlidVias been
graintly expretted .:.4 severil al-19 fearade.s ad- -
->.1,makagat a BUMNLS5, FA EY AND
LilbatsR1[NEWiPLPEst, All com armed lanto
sc. and -u rs uasspar acus chrso r.E.y oshar pr.per
pu is.r.=dGif MS--CASH IN AD\'A. E.
OSL COPE User sustasm; $2 rp()
b t.Oi-Ulti do a go ,
110.014FIES,, ag. .es, (,013
inbNft' .;NE COPIES 20 0ts
EA ESBP @40 ff gg
G no an a pose a ce, and and usellus lears for
e assee ord. e wis do arzed amaz a.


san. Subeanpuone can

a. h ob@ a an c
L J Es POfs Inhaler8, 01 I'0PLItsafe are goalit
Psequents was rhe contents of I rs sent, so
y an oururtbease.dge e nass
IA.FRGY.11Eli and TEACHERS nereafter
beturn.-haiJtheWaarr.T Dar-Ispic lor UNM
bou.AR per year. me lose a usuorates. *
.illoru=r. inhould he addrw.ed as follows,
Ag..tng post bothee, a r.dy I. "Ore 16th-

thrah 2 1891 62 .Maments as he I k.


ng atner.t. to on
1 m 1 e .0srmer of Treasury Lat.e
C. L. hild.ELY

T ARR OTED What Czars for P amily use
easy 514p le La 3her lan.ely Psa 4 Ba so
Wep ap /
9 We rrIca .
BT Cleoklillie.EAsi FLORaps. Frh. 221861
Pa en star entree it. de becamers dte 9 art
." to Ge a in er
ru *.ca net Lugu I 1, 16.1,
r....s..i su tol, ,, ..c..I she pures...el-, or
r.etat.yc.ordhaa rt. I mar..a.rucely a
E.Ae use rdq.... r r at *-.4 re.. ur ..r.*o 0
bj.1.1 ra, dn4 r., cr u a r.,
c.rne use pan-nrr. a is to r.5rurr.r 1 case Ger. ni
Lat..i viface. and v.lishe.. t, insole to be car.
11.4 a .. aser..p..rformarnse al it.< er.ranent. I
actiouseusatevinwAlsoncwaremphasi4 the
grn.manon..Traf ar.gum's r4f.1
J.iML.-i M GOtiLD, Regiou r.

Mrsrgh 8 1661.P. P. 14.RREiR.L, RS .*rr.

LIN] C(iflN
00 Bag.1.ior Homany. Claw P as for I le
,ae. II Cy81
s 17.

Rye & Ruckwh at





ot -

e r gent for Chaleston DAily Line of

lu Darn Gam Drops Rea ce-f e. **IEl

Appi !-,1860, LS LAN.

~~~_~_~~ _~~_~~~~~ _~~~~~~_~~___~_


nodl teraapr. a). 1 be sau

SiliP By pseparing -for skilt oU
treay of en conspean the be
DEly.-Tiere is.d:w in 0 tioyer and

I la so re a
1 6 0, ad be dolp r is 011 God mine
Elia goods so and *nerb ra wide e-pretal is
he dow, ured it we leek hous, 18.4 because
IN 015 <* ect as barris so agive
ca) Air n r RT riiB ill

hangsatcharaphs, ADd 15 IberillB al (
,ac.pip these oil be very usuals du ppoins
ed if II.ey are set murdered in their beds.

5UJldifILLP, S. C. ,
Was A uppen 4, mysjpled atten
Elidout Carclarardill.cary @,.4..
..sis.s, of @ch she Pn.rsagapp
19 At1.4 oulushine to added. Can
Ilanforgaputap is

9tsea r 1 u 0

deft id.

ga ye
5 IMial &$1611011.

as it. Masonar repr.s na .at
us on or use sounters Brass. La ma n .aun
0.*<, security
ID 1. Mur 1 year in advance 51
Fo pape? so a sunless rts c.sals accoups us (1
act 10 11140 charleston C
JIGETABLqS, Pena Corn, e. o

Sept. S2-ledal

T .s :ot a.a di 5 5 she
F' de A.senal, by the unansm us
rate of Line Bursda Game n on Jilanday
leet is has new received the sanoLio of
seven Su.tes, to be lyllowed enou, we ),,,.
|,gy, q go payggief ra ,( ,4,, says [-,
wis: Virgatia, North Cardina, Arkansas,
Toanessee, llaryland and Keniuotry
. .Nring abe pr.ood.dings subsequent to
the wate of raril;oatian, a beentiful Plag
hires preant$ed La Use ('onrqution by th.,
ilbII. f)EORFJE* R. FAIRIA.4Nics, at SE Au...
untine, Eccompanied man en oversal rag
later, wcountin,: bsiefly she so....tful his.
tory 1 Florila glity afted piLL the thinge

r .
5 "'Qule11 ord r.4frise Cylivention,
from 11 a At DI t qptol, ada salute
of eight gas Ano for cault or
hear 14.4 athisrt
C uR se; 1->. 1 7 lings. Cul.
Wat ur Will, a kih an elu-
as .7.1 walls

J. V. Herunndez'
Isas .wr returnal lear, s..=.senar, s. With n fresh
to.make tu order, is, fis most fuellionerale and,
Dee-mber I IteSil.

." a
Ep 0 0 Its ridG 0 )
p0Wor a sky isle a n 6DI L @d CO 10
aginitial at time handa of I wi us as any
of the 131sek Republ p

portrri ---We to the

10 w a
h8 has shown uradept dening the ass, two
or abita w.:ci*, we moliner the be ird rh..t
be is a dhurn n, and a labor ag to pro

Ian b en lan n a he la ital
at it' togton Intra1.e hands of the as'onfudesass'tators, wills a
view, perhape..:f estatelssiting line Captol
r a II. n 16

wrong susu \Ye nation Lheral LO ball ML
for taitn

PsdLJr 0 Food &T Pall.
-Thefullowingedysrticallnent we bral in
lbe Augusta, 1 Co ) Dispute%, of abe I'ith
ife edge / d wAber wanan
witio )ppophaticl(a, to rhap tem.k Qur
Spra inds [acala.: 1 flu Odd Island,
Jami) gley..Jjpy I i 0 it *R 9

\(Milill1 it 7 ,4 eastle.) ha
.ruelapseth e:9us rn .arstianianer
parate a stal Aps e :as said.

m. rk
us.6.r at the -Na iqD RI IEWili El re
Tasinglobeqba ptbt 6 COBC4 lim Ithr)
IP **5 any. .- ...

R on A 9 elli -s

d out

an odaeus, and at r and qui al as
poLiam lagistable <1

work unsth Gifiefal. inishb6r. sad arr.
P. sis us mu.* ..

AnkwPtoolqmation-"O Hama n
Twenty Days, Boys.,,

13n has o a c le
.gpuse a scrally ag...n.u Virg.n.a ad N.rits posts. hibbicade I
Bacesown. Apn 2): --'|!ga Receipay for Ris -
presematives..f ti go.... su 5'. :e...= al Oc r.g."
atIllsr.* 10awasaE
8 M. T IInsurr. rate Senate., $(Ip & ILive
Judge Braseken.brepgh,-Srt.p),r and Asig
Gatheritag a tle Bacrifke,
Atramania April .9.-Treer -trour Bre.30
Ida.d as.J "s, a York, to its r...o.1.e. at ata
shousand, hure ree-he.J H.abanflar. gl,
Marnal law In a love, c nair i s.. .I.r ea. ,
g re t a abir

anargaympall.;IsrII, ..I.
The Armles Apprcarlung.
ALnatomy, .4prai 20 -,to empless messeek
garreposes una 8.* long 1,.1.Jge n-sq sh. I.!4-
pass, near Wadungt.=0, no glarardel as Lbe Nurth
idp bI Lincolrules. ar.J or. the South ade by

La reporled thata Linceln guard bree
beest placed on Arlington lie*thus rand that
stessness wallbe plneed >-ar A' lo seize,
all she farr. that are er.ught ,a ai9icipmen of
anLaserrapuen d@praessionia.

.]@pagigaggggligapre: t

do n q f 1 ped a q4 h r ((
of elassesse asyppeopt asSoyd.ern-psetesence
condone wipr.mely

m*Ds lalpc n la.t 5 [=rowin an air, w, an
Yard, barggerasrrenad
G ) (sidwe

Newagement, gy.r it---l ia tupphrone
Congress meerandon
The Pressaent's nu at.(.
lie minounced One ranficanon #f fife Perli.4r,.
gaiP Sy .01 of <@ Confederate
States, andh only rnname for she elderien to
be held for the seign led amous to administer

Apsuppli Va.. Aprd 29. JJquaylan
PitWe .RPrPFAtlanal 1),! hyp r 0384 Aps
oilsep fatarioug she Sta go.

as o
2l lflARGE?860-70 15 NOV. 1800

21. h at G. Foales
or she gp lqu us to repr.rr
8 Set r. Dr ag 12150

r a s(Irates 25 87)

to ear age r or I *)0
sh IP
"' ? B ease,
"lrrog earnea 03r r
r..15 us l!. go 1.25
** o n iner in lu,41

r poolagIrang hisonen P us
a ssan qiming 18 76
? Evda Ed u ht? 11.1000
fo us..s 0 F.mier L...n-
runrcent. go 0..
F.ut.1 W Noflyars lot
t agg.-non.q.4i.udyus
othh paid M Nollyars C v)
( elir.g inqual or. ri-e
Do n. r Gr lonian ...4
I rand u

JB as old altius
, Oe N9by dbF idinue am
.. F 2..0 0 I..r
L ... Dianch4 .Leap 3

L v. e a or
Is.... G. M.II.P re losses to

] trri.. r. It ridle .Iric
{.ne f an cre:k per.1r. M rsaile..g. I a (au
T34fyi r fald CD Squ.
<.. e at. a or as as non

r n I e 1*
le.cJ o Ples: c 1 BI
** IT 444 7454 D Bg[sqby.u"
for Pecording me a cPr county I 66
C annatuuner & 01
Nn 7 licast.pal 0 --*Isrtrols.
.as & i leasquit -

P ΏmiSQud
tr 4 a ref umers alway -
5ni r Ltsmanan Ji 91
** if, a ( pa Emi DeMal.-:ae
,a , a
st8 I,.3
To as T e..urce air. .
minuts. G ag
'81 9:
g-AlicB Usin +
stan if Apraina St Jon:a a CHit-rr.
I (etti (liq 1 siegonr.g to be a correct unt.e
em of 6 OR4tidf6 Unsti DJdd .(6 hty LOS
es. n
I fold at San nor
M b 1831 ye

(, A qpat le E. I'la.,

G. If. & Proprietor. -
RE S Northecha.arse paramateloannounce
us sus gatabizahment has recently no-
ersome an oure(genisedene r as ouT ne

a Su& ea 0

us the shouncr M utie allesadorm no
additan have beeggene materardif usereas.n
the cropenay agd conveneracess.of the samus -

17th PLORIEthilOUSE remost ade a o
is.situatedequying a.*estral leer.
*uy. and ra ups same has ad
Wealowands so assacr It.* rooms are J.arge
a n w 7

b.Lil itesther
In the apsalous grqInds and gr.rdens caserar-
.or 4. ubtserystredfraid f thss oilmu.e
fa Table assaster and (.,rnished with
re Irinds againestuarnessearrowas
11.+ ha it.ate us user.-lan.. will be found
lice.c.vilr.a4raunne.-icerail ..ik
the Posprisqur acusse. has a me a.s.d elfour.
inner est as r, so no f
III.nskkiron*She I.beral pairuarye t..inerto
ex c.dea n useholar, I rn. as r..ral 8.

No 17 1860. Bla.

ye on
c e'
us us
a 0. r. cr car..-


L .1 2 11j, J
1, J. no IN Ian fierk or the
onit beer 8( here

g(*Lril t (1887, EASTFRlli [g [1j
Elemberts Newman,

John inst 1.ei g E.IBd for .worn.

J readir p..),alogy.) Sangthd'noll ad dies
Court on r to D. fersons J.An fl N. re-
ablJFboub 1 .eS r,= .1f or idvOn Male nor
UitisEREDras 1 I.e-ar rag3,I the ta rated IC mplaint be lead. on the lil*.,
Mr.n May .:.1 J al ratst.4.eing 110)< day as said
ilorst., 8011salusessilduffereada.**I46Ipre-ar
c.r..J pl sa r rd-m f ro area 850 --f

a pe trne sy, rzjcr ( re
ps r us. eared ?..1 =ss preent n
n a or r r rt. us I sa,

ppereathl tural rarespace..ilaurmouLE&
f re the day l.ppd-r id.r a heartr

SQurt.1 R Clerk of Sors ..reuit
Court he Mr. 07 C. rury that the foreg ag .sa
'.Furt .st or a than Case made true




V ES, Ongi afin,
OrtridgeS Whf .0ack
41.1 wa s ok 1. M .x
r. rways. For Palarlar.

tolatesPalarlrasit(us aclock A 41, ar.
Mrradays, tii.dnadays ax.iBaturday a
Anti urnis=:.stag at Pmidrs:a stain Waretres Mr
Be .augues...e alvign....etrack P. M or Tr... Lj,
Is.p as 3 N.mas A M. on me L*. wn .Ir 8.
1.11rats m.ikereguldwably try to Ms.J.
diet ary assi solarmedar.L. Engs, I..vuntr
Jul. .-aus erary inursd ay .Ineging ,usa
L. Resus c. vular .u..

1,PH FI RP.f.irt.4, Pac ulcus
a 4% L 3. 10.01
O-D 41, histlin
T J. Bina @(1, Alad.11staurg.
NY b. 165 y,
L Collects ir ale.


7 v n try Law.
I kidie 0 Led El 01 ILul thall ader 191 thalB
less.Jay as dra sy of lane requ a grurn e.n sH one in fabric SI. Aug anne
Marin Sweet, ass.-eard so Margaret sale, for
yest 19110, and Let is coundrd *,r. also & ass, by
theBay. Sourb by Losof 1 0 Eloursesand
est Ly islana streer
.f -a Id eno78a'9656=.) Useress, are
A. D. R GEROeTI IF & Ps 017
T Assessor aud*Co.t or 4 4

Thissa a r as 0td..
by leuor fa ithful / executed of perfeior enja-
a ow...ta

Mayahal-iseo. 4,the ag).
Jl.IST RECE'll'h D.
OPOJ D JIG'S prepared Obse. For irgiodista
0 ase, (pope e4Lraols for floorsr.g. As.
ry. Almonds.o, also P.sregate. Quar at op.4m
Mussr Lispment, tin6 Kum, senthus how-
g'"' "r8s ,se Sales, ,L or on,
8 n gk 5. E CARIL


( [ A g (( Ag gAg ,


II Pre or .:rr . I
41 ar..s rns.. r =\. P. M ..r.s..g
ar v3.Misssibminaturday riourning
rasage fualuatti. ar.< P.colata to IIrr-
lesson air

42 on,
Savann b b. .
re Vrr anna
5 I.. C .5 M ages.
Marab 8 Jm

H Q odrpe tfo te, ne

,.gn d
Ears e.
na,< ^ong n so, ...

I M 0 p : o no
II. Estate, of DAffffl? I URLBM r. to the
J..dgeof Probee of8L.J Ian a Gonna ed ask
for a final disebarge rom JLiiD ison.


) m 5 05400 frt I p.

so declari ng I C o shallm
shipped uiant opporEaste freeof bloolcade.
This still bting"the iflobladquesti6n ini che
rticular staratioDof England and Fianoo,
ad are abe fares lioll of the new orop is
Grere fr$) Its triaree natiqqa) Bage at
.enseenesofa bursof Charisonson.
avanash, (Fo, e.--Lhose of England,
eased die nisqd $ques. We wU
*@@it, for them Lo decide the blbelcade
gatestig.--- 4qp.,ph Negy

setthe' A


5 any, that we Rhd it
n la, ouru.nence the parb"
11amilton of the AO N 100

n alaintaining
the per f wit in its imila.

c. ?Md be 1
3 ur sild and a
log ni tr wher alth ao

dpy, pigr(a of marke
tad uja teraf 9414* an
qqrole. Pardealdr
as ga m maitera abd clain
itialiti8 Fibrida. '

nara 810 00


sour enabled to ester a to da. Trades
The amation or customers la respeedustly


__ _i _i__ __ i __


r rc as



me I u.

as ro
at r '4

s no ro

Lerawf Americo l.a'a doFTVy?


shivar pr r.etas.Rl sa

Merlonorle' sfb rpiy.rp

agde nuos hirt a ato cnre

I U~--~Y L~YY~L-L- - --- -- ~~ -~


I LI Is .1;1-~ ~YIM L _




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for sale is 8@. Aguedge ly

April l4---1860. B. E. CARR,
Tgq,',g-1 B. E. SARR,

~~rr~~%~Ja ~ pp~" pn

ch or *

o peesFo o

Bola yadshl ayseaswd
team aywanu






800 .1quer..mated abog goales trom as
,"',""" ,"g" a a a 1,""
bered wab LiveO..h in for ship building, ar..]
inadraptels.>rbeasitivailandeny nrops rown
su che asunk.ern country Alsa bo acree s Land
gituased abant 17 mJee south of St. Augusadne,
a place called Iish e. For futurbar p flunders
sp lyse .?, 9, ygR@IR"t:
e. Auguerine, July II. J860, ,
thererstata rev4.disi-m;
Por he revention and case of Forer mad
ad FL+ evd @.25 E e
.nt Lee 85 ndHol banagres
* bile ologdowathertwar s, hops-
emies a swee situak atF 4 gn...
a he acadhion. e bbe Boar,
*?,-1 4= ...vy
Ohgh all as th I e plip&d

. ....4...
Onfkartheranvestigurer Amr.d that His
boarman attribured roit (powom, and
said that la eould only a ad drom the

( *ye," ": ,,"3
} sema\ r us lu d

wkh hise ease h He
is the man unqualified praise. This remedy
baring been aspeadicia Passumfor hunnieds.
years, for use prevention sad cure of Fever
apd ea an P In ForerM now ofeted

dl sa or J I

u.eresBuilding.NewBoat, es.
July 161840, JORN I ELCel & 0

y, g excean, or by
,'hispreparaise ismilatTINDLENTbut .
heraginessare savited ro try a

Lre fully/sad

CRKiliEB, Adam.
Broad a Iti. 7


was.unan a no
T. M. Chalillierg, FIAll0 $8011.

(Israugh Dabois& Stodan, and liubols.
Becom Chambers.)

Ger. Stag givest & 4415 AreaMe
.gg yogg ('[TL',
".t" obu m
"S"37 "" ..,,a......a, ,a....

give thelenegasad mass relistle ideal. com.
meralal andgeneral news from a arts ofthe
world. ths speaid earr furnish by
Mainland Tele ple, full sonours of
"FM'g, ** "\ no ison m as
The othless avalrs
*In a n,

a.g. ... ag qq
us the era SMas in susizisalrdas
*Is ry, I .-

TA O'S prepare no for agediate
... 0 a .
0", .,,,' d sO us

as .nonwas a surraar
8 B.OOL,
TUR VIL 1.8, B (f*

he /sun "misle
m as r2

art. A.coway Primespan.
seember I 1860. 6sr

100,~~ 6' pac es ir~lt

sold in Ge~orgia and

8011111 CRFOMB8 Ill


9 6tIIS c

Bre~~ O e'&y

Baeo yppi,





Pya IttThill PEf88fl


dearefrom sta St. Facula. Homer.
The scenescope is the mass instrue *, sn-
gnonser..In6ing, am..e4. su

No hdme is CompleLe without Mr
and will peneuste a verynaere.
1 en a

orographela or eferprher as 19
du e a e a

"d }Tu s girand,.Me
Be herlanch I Sr Good
FantainbleanR Turkey. Eg


e a he af -r
ag FI Maitat rpn alre mp.

AZI-r SilobS OT.
Be reoeaygngay

anna he ada .eds.

e on-r
'rr as.cot. E
AR A PREMIUM To us a Puncitan
womu snow *2.00 mission.
A'""" '"" '"""* "it""
our preseran man of at.eposingof Jew
eary, so-and from the*a.rnifers.I parisfactron
givenso allwhol.gave psurer.nedoar bonse, we
Lake gileasee m canyon man Two slogr cor.eken
our busine.esinsty and peramem; eqq.Libbed
Wewrehuranderstoodunershisse o nery
ma cos ,.

a so my am nassisiona
Pdr n
as 5, 8, is, is:>. soN
no ador sisne
*.propose to lin@ rson kw# e
""' ""'" '"'
4.Dy Lady ors Goampan theirirg Obe sin.e
abuse arueles, can fuesseene as therr maketted
ad reaswathlingy disaf their the Pehcil
ar. Per., or Loanet, lied re irdi make their
g",, "'";'"
. '"i'1
4 e. I un langueage tiji 5
War v
epp agnpaillaiti e

H:tson hande erylending def theday
"" '"'""" '" ""

OULD respectfully Laform his friends
and the pubtle generally, th a analesys
prepared R. neoute are era, in has
Uns, Much they may favor b Ele hae
on hand, and la always supplyi.gPhkneelf with
the most fansuonable Goods, eachas supersor
e a uneqi she= aday, ha
**ro**** s .,

di.". c "
ad far ugs, Gold Bracelets Gohl tileeve .
ButtonsGoin Beta Blidae. Gold gs. &0 to-
Also, Pianoe, Melodeone, Bases lor#
norU a is
m ang was 5
.199 N

a army
n aganzhurt
a o
'mms a
Hide ANT REQ II -e

u rors-rammaz

....pean a ..... me p......rp anarms as an
si .
Apr 60.



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