St. Augustine examiner

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St. Augustine examiner
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Saint Augustine examiner
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Place of Publication:
St. Augustine, Fla.
St. Augustine, St. John's County, Fla
Matthias R. Andreu.
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine


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Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in 1858; ceased in 1876?
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Editor: M.R. Cooper, <1874>.
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Publishers: M.R. Andreu, <1859-1861>; Fourth N.H. Regt., <Apr. 9-May 8, 1862>; M.R. Andreu, <1866-1874>.
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"The Union must and shall be preserved" <1862>.
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"An independent press, the palladium of liberty" <1867>.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 23 (Apr. 28, 1860).
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Latest issue consulted: Vol. 12, no. 10 (Oct. 4, 1873).

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Terrorism. p near .1 South has everything to gain not to blame. I alone im truilty. I ask From the spirit of the South. LET ITEE E]iiMEMBERI).
Ther Charleston Af:rcury says:-"Let ne us. I ...,thing to lose. The Union nauntifac. pardon to the y ople. I receive death will, A Pass I of b w els $a e\ i nT, !no ;;os
soberly consider, what will be the condition tires of mock thundoniand lirhtning, resignation. Would that it were one for r, 1838; for the reception of abolition petition by
of the Northern and Southeru Stat.s i.s should errry their 1 .ur dthsm. -c.i..I r. i.s;...s**, in enise the We see the sons buhin.11h..= -t .-:e, through He diml with extraordinary coolness.- '= the syst3:n of anti alavery agitation m elit be rer od, th ainht hiqsectra sub.
U..4u" hermanLI.<... .* .l...ul.ed Time she rouen ourts r ulire rise lia. Ili remains were placed in a coffin, and w stub Ims b en e a p sist ntlyb pt ] to %oug krore angr s, oMs tr.
..gR Star..I prodhalusa of thu S.nah, nr-' WRBEXEQUTION OF WALKER. rest in peace asa perpet al example, r. Slade of Yehite t noved to refer (W damsand JoshuaE. Giddings, rankabolitio

(18 I o:.e e l for 1 II. II, ,. .. His Last Speech rhe PlaneofExecu- A re 8 a ng re E.e et 480 a 0 as sit beer pa n{$od re to ion
p.udu.: Jo 19 fterlan. <.fa reinforcement for him of men and arms, on theson. -- he Alissolut compromise--ad
Baturday,00tober20 1860. nor snap of in.conunsue, st.< tinal s..Ine i.. ser.= ..o, t.,-u, ,o ] arraud ar, the E,... Our >.3,0 ser-c..r.I. be >.. ,e ri sr or si t ... .,, -su., asf b., ,"
em-h of its (iniru'fund prs.],a, t;rw.. Her By rise awames Oce..In, unich minvad drauppeac.i. p r'.4; so can once ..a "" us..< is, ,a rease.u so us a wou go we

la it frills due.N.,ld.? Thei, rr ..J. w.rk th- e. unt of time untric end ..I (1,< fill- wafsteamer is expected seed, and the .ar- the progress or up .ippagibyaulia to order for chammission of Calittai-2sis ng spina
Desiring to cent itute h 0 bl)[ at Wf I $**III I fall i*lig III 0[. Jit S all...r., under.* buster chief. We 4.w al.e..a or in 1, and rival bT other vessell with aid to the ill. awl motions to adjoura Bqs diade haviing no an as ran, won c., As.
tirthe success of the democratic nonsis ees, go to Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, it is extremely gratifying to u< to notice fated expedition is looked for as quite prob- the Aloor, refused to yield it,,and was suffer- ers, and with such men as Chase, or usis
WAh State andTederal, we propose to assue and obtain the goods required f or South, the Christian death of this celebrated lea. able, so ignorant are its skethis in the ed tu proceed* The excicanent was in- n. of M ne, ward, of New York, and
the Examiner for the Campaign convene em consumption. These consist of two der. It is a pity that one who had such Stenes oftheritelancholy end of Walker, tense. \Jr. Wise of Virginia, .11r. Holaef Latil herenumbered, thatin ISJS, JonarBas,
ing the4th of August, till after the election classes of commodities-those imported sentiments should have been capnhle of of Geor, a. SI<. Jthere of Soutli Darolina, then a n or to 0 a adedaires a
to all new subscribers for ffty cents. As trum foreign nations, and those manufuet leading a life which e.used so many mis. Edward Everett Denounce8 and per aps otlyere.L.tlied upsu the delega- tionaultimealigartiessess diasis ind pre-
wedothis merely from our interest in th ured at the North. Very liale of this fortunes to humariity. No less satisfactory I'reem180ZITy. sions from their respairs, State sic once ed viodu y man a re is admisd use,
muscess of our worthy candidates, and in grade, is done in ensh. Notes, or drafts of is it to observe to what degree the Hondu. The Richmond Enquirer has brought fathdraw frowthe dese, and notice wa' violaion as agree- and spisiu" wanisf
support oftheimportant principles involved three, six, or nine months, in the hands of ran authorities refused to yield to a feeling to lights published.letter written during gave by the Est used gentleman ofau Lan is r membered, that Jour Bart, has
in the contest, we trust, that all good den the m.rehants of New York or Philadel. of anger, to a certain extent natural, to. the anti-3Jasonie mania by Edward Everett, meeting; of the Southern use.* penedly, wishin the out tivoyears, annouse
eerata will at leabt exhibit their intereSt in phia, TGprGSent the @0018 bOught by South wards the gratuitous disturbersof the coun- the present Know Nothing candidate for her ia., a nine roomdf ejle "riot pub int tod 0>. de
the canvas, by obtaining and sending us orn awrchants for Southern consu uption, try's tranquility. The favor of sparing-the, die Vice Pre 4 .icy. These are the.terms grea Unrolina madea point of order walel, Union.
the natuesor numerous subscribers for the 'The relative position of the two sections of life of the second in command is an eloquent Mr. Everett uses in relation to the 31usanic me quakers sustood, and Slade was Let itheramendered that Jour Bar.r.haslate.
eampaign. Less than this they can not do. the Union towards ench other, is this- demountration of the noble spirit which sustitution: forces to give way a its, however, keeping / e ac t asmaid a was n eda ye noe4
We will any further, that if there are av southern productionorealized in the South, governs there, an is also the humane and '-With respect to this institution, Icame '"' 's the usessia a of resu sing in peason party of .subms, as to whauser no is
free Bas.cKItgalooz and LANE men ill Else Whil their cush value-Northern produce. generous treatment recorded to the otheers to the conclusion, and expressed it s;epeated- sp mateds f pose rela;ilr.netainesely set iler Pa t r sitonedpresuietion otor 0 ian
exty or out of it, wh% are unable to pay fu tions, out on credit in the South. Now, and soldiers of the expedition. The wri- ly in public, several years Lefore the pred- opparm my tinus aifacard of getting tae tweJr.o anstocr.
shis campaign p.per,, if day will leave suppose the door of intercourse closed be- ters who daily insult those countries, for ent controversy arose, that its pretensions a n, an .nad .sa al; are na.a. Tue heathermandard, that Jous Barr. was ,
sleir onuses at the o8ice, we willnend the'" tween theni-suppose the Union dissolved which they cannot find epithets low enough to assignity were unfounded. It is pro means nau ima is.cser and violas to the inc. au a su dys acusalaw r tas
t'ze Examiker till after the election run. which section will suffer If the sep may learn from this how respectable and hably the growth of the last century and '.ot degree, nod use tiouse was to a to.u- Let is bereme wered, slus, we pastors*(\3@
Om these terms, ifDemocratedotheir duty. aratiou between the two sections of the high-toned ure those sentiments of which a balf. It hus frequently been admitted se n us pt wa sh on at as a a ar e
are Ecominer will be in the hands of Union is quietly acquiesced in, no violent the Honduran authorities have given proof. to me by respectable members of the socie- waste 3.ade aind uis basers oppos 4 it. 0.*, comproteasinto sessiar.housathusion,
every BRECKl.'\RIDGE 80(1 LANE Illull its CUDYulsion at commerce in the 80Qth Wi Q The folluWing are the letters: ty that it (.4 HMeless; and that as Back it 100 1 AL of 0 ffs W.18 dest.)d by J.;;td lin- Oho Gated. Anathe enfamentensof $44 laws,
she country. Let us age what can be done. take place. The means to psy Southern Tauxu.I.0, Sept.,18, 1860. had better be abolished. Its only avowed cy Ada us, an a no abaced43, woo.n a.8uwasus n,
tudebtedures to the North, will be unius The capture of Walker nud some seventy objects-charity and knowledge-can be *as saladed SPEE L H ,area, wanse, s, ness, assurions, on individuals of his pay having beers ne- outter promoted by public associations. It e ae a .du a a joCri 30 on r se7do w @
of power of collecting debts due to the North, consplished by Gen. Alvarez, who, with it be useless, it must be worse than useless enable at vie so cautious sus space.s. Tuey ysust.muen n,.
will be freely granted. The channels of two hundred men, conjointly with the because it occasions a waste of all the time, were Anity.s or DAnware, \\aite of Ka. it be re cabere that this same EoirAike
(155 Vil'jtildit, $1114011 -commerce will be gradmily changed. But. stearne.* Icarus, pursued him, we will give attention and money necessary to keep up assaig, and Jes;sa All of famence, the 7, as wouses 4 an as
On presenting a Flag to the il:eolcin- let the Northern States attempt coercion- a circumstantial.narentive of the details of its organisstion., The titular and cere- U.a=o., cauded.are so. toes savidency. .. ** Aua / as a.J. a .n,
ridgeandLanectubefJaclk6docun- let tincan make war on the South-iustead the retureand execution of that chief. umnial parts of it, as disphfed before the nel14 de . ,anwa1s .. a a he r seen
17* of lose, is may be great gain, to the ened. On the 50s of the present month, and public, appear to me estangely at variance don onew an Quareas used ruractto ***EM .
Ocademen ey'the chants of the South. They have the goods while General Goday, with his audliary wah g:od taste, particularly ina republican test 0 .&< us, we mour.ase councils issues are can ***as livenarr
Brecki>.r dge and Lane.Club: o*FNorthern merchants; and Northern mer, force from Guntemain, was proceeding by community. prevai .2, es. ... .gidabaranous ended u for are a qua me ragu
To rou, sirs, as the exponents of the chants have their uromises to pay, which water to guite with Gen. Alvarez, the **But the great objections to such insti ad pusa of a propesuva to bs usu.u 5 to a*Ducries a deman.
alemocratic faith of this awlience, this flag will be abrogated by war Will site North, schooner Correo anchored in this port* tutions lie much deeper. All 8 cret socie- so [ado ,cu: 1 0 : at vo a /$ docust
is presented. You perceive stripes, star oh the other hand, have anything belong, bringing back the expeditionary force of ties are dangerous in proportion to the ex. .01 petit ass an respea to life iso dian of my as take measures La Mass theabob
and colors, are the's of it. The ing to the (South which she can keep, as a the .u..r G.ner I To Icarus re-nainerl rent of their organisation and the nu uber slavery, met in.04 are.s me red, a so.ud, a avery so water us escommis.
stripes, few in unnaber.tell the great difli set off, to the forfeiture of, .her claims on behind front motives of convenience, but of their members. A secret sociery so wanour seas danced, paused, real or us are man Evaa
e:1ty or fathers had in framing our Fed- the South? Not a thing. Our cotton, our auchored the same night. The next day widely ditusel and connected as this pu:s >010 so I./.s a at e a we a na n anyu en ass tansuma, name a
tral Union; the sturn indicate iteounpm. sugar, our tobacco, have been paid for be, three large launches (thoseofthe invaders) a vast power, cupshle of the moss danger- sad by mm adioduoud a a too ti a is .
cedented prosperity, an re c fee they left the producers' hands. If were alongside the steamer to receive the ous abuse, into hands irresponsible to the Mr. Adams opposed as passage, and Mr. coup sensesus a usu.asu.
martyrdourof our patriots, their innocence they have them, they have paid for ihem. prisoners, who were guarded by the mark public. The secret ceremonies and rites, I'anon and their zeal in the enuse of liberty. d And iftlicy want more of them, as they nes of the Icarus. as they have been disclosed, appear to me, a s.u sujTd us luding sc. ised, are .sues enor as use.,as
Gentlemenwearea great < I willtokeeptheir factories in operation, On disembarking the English formed on many grounds, highly objectionable) thus Heaven emear ec 2 inue. At an they must pay for them. Thus, then, a line in front. while the Hondurans were in and the oathe unlobligatioustre open to dell no young. Go ause queenua e... e re el, j exterran Actuarr
thus we suig separation of the Southern States from the two ranks, between which the prisoners the most weighty exceptions, on the score up 10 a musequent Congrees, and Mr. dell, a sunatessur es ad.aus.,,tmassag ea 4
emeony has been here, and sown tarea Northern States, can in no way injure the were placed. With the excep:ion of some of religion, morals and good sense. I am so long an accoounuest.t use-nny, savana- w a use..usuause sons orderecenwas on..a
amongst us. The foot prints of our Gathers few of the filibusters, all the rest looked bly vowed w su me deau agates the .414 1 presumous.ausewf useseam every save
general corumerce of the South. All the aware that some of these onths must have rule
have well nigh been effaced, their martyr promises to pay, in our 1,ankey rest on the like so many corpses, and some were in an been taken by many great and good men. .-------- Let ithereas ared, due Enhan M blood forgotten, and now a Pharaoh is agricultural productions of the South. If almost dying state. With their ead and This does not alter t!seir character; and, as THE DEM Jits10 & aiffoax. me automanonus ears coa3rra

freedom* toouch anextremit tionatanxruieconceassau trairmore. senandedy speassesse at man ny see
good with the Union dissolved ascout:nued; I' had they been op nly nininistered and Resolved. That the phuform ad>pted by the &
Our rights we know; for them we shall whilst the purchasers of Northern goodb The march on entering Was solemn.- receiv.d, it is not the least objection to the Danuscans party.u Used.m.sq on.arams.1, wisu Let at be ressa si, date Earkso firman
contend, and aliens to them must respect in the South, instead of being distressed Walker, at the head of his men, dressed institution that, as a secret society whose me ratio.veges nau.uery resumanes: an an a .cases of usuouser aus es, ,4
them. Gentlemen, our Federal Uni:u to by pressure for payment of their obligations, with much shaplicity, marched, keeping rites and ceremonies must be substantial> or 3 0 a safga Territory "d as use can as ,
our beans is very dear; our grand sires' will be eased, if not released entirely, from time to the beat of the drum, and was th unknowns beforehand, great and good men ana reasponsey, aduarm,; as exiouse menu- 's at earmoval, as Jo-stas...., of Com.
blood is cost, as is has made happy, and for ol>'ect on which e e was fixed. 'sus or new G.anel dones .save an man- rigac name, a a.uare one stars Law, as at aid
paying them. J up very ey have been surprised lato giving it a seem- to stem was one emierty in the recaucy. use ssag.unaux at my as so desc.a. saw
its presavation we are ready to forego all But there is another element of strength As soon as he entered the prison he was luU sand on. asthout time recess, either or person or propes.. beausavoud as was not grow emuJune as
he filgrty. We diselams everything see placed in heavy trons, and being asked if . 4, being astrove1 or 4 u;airwa of com essaw,. r .n on on causs was saw.s.u was.ur,
an Southern commerce, which must have a The force of these objections xa mi mr wasural assumes. we a record usesty as see army.
tional; so our fathers were, we are; ion power.ul influence in preventing convulg he needed anything, replied with but one measurably increased by the fact, that with, sand, Tu.a aa was any of the Faileral I'" +<,,4..
is our motto. And thus you and yours fel sions or loss, in case the South a rates word--water." in a few ears the institution has beerr ac. Jovensuent, su mi so up an.neau, to protect soon tests searly t sea la tas rap,
lows are now charged. .\Ve are Souther- eP 7 sues necessay, use rays as paces;> from the North., The chief purchasers of Soon afterwards he sent for the chaplain tally made the instrument of the greatest party an use receneque, at weave was., as
sers, and as such we have irr-pressibleen" .our agrienflural productions are not in the of ihis port, and, declaring his faith as n (the greatest beenuse irreparable) evil which wousticationinausemy as.4,as. ag, The followinger shepalaudeof fel
inies. War hi them, laes to the enemies of syorth. Tney are in Europe; and the value Roman Catholic, knelt at the feet of the can be inflicted on society-the destruction na suit e war cominon me as prescu an un- of these productions will depend on their priest, in front of a small altar, on which of the laye ofa citizen, followed up by sys Janumoususaysoi orasipsy con done,, c.uset
broken p alans.oThe fat all, the onset demand. What is there, in the indepen- the glimmerine lightof some candles fain temade and successful attempts to sercen '.un a !!s a.a.usajsfusani a use on 1. A negro knot is oldsts of the 17.*!*
ap dence of the South, of the North, to afeet sly discovered an image of the Saviour.- the murderers, in defiance ofmostrigorous people so Iar muses; ana au ass, use or. sed Staces.

e ie or sP ul>e realize injuriously the demand of our agricultural Amongst other things, he said to the chap- efforts, on the part of the tribunals, to ana 4 on soon ab us a re us as it "ar& 3. Blavesare rosquised as property by
11make lintand band: for prodnetions in Europe? And it should be lain Nam resigned to die; my political bring them to justice." equis a use insatuuouse waves;. Use Councitou-m.
sweeping d brother and cool .emembered that this demand is continual camer is finished." what Mason, asks the Washington Con* Resolved. That the Demonum party are in 3. 18 is the duty ofthe Ganural Goveram

draughts d teps quiel sped, slake the and imperious. The supply of cotton can- Ou the 11th inst., at seven o'elook in the situation, who cherishes self-respecs as a ,f as a one zea dqu men to passauch laws and cerablish smals is
thirst of the woundeasoldier. And should not be withheld from Great Britain, with- evening, Walker was informed of the sen man, and who respects the fraternity of majan w syst., as was exces pressease govern nea.m may ownweasury so procut
the sea of liberty forever set, clen then, out, widespread disaster and ruin. The tence of death passed upon him, and his which Washington was an illustrious mem as, ut ed, That dia easements of state legis- she inhabicannota learitoryiusizeir parson
like the when of Troy, to Gods temple cotton looms of Europe feed eight millions only reply to the fatal messenger was his Lor, will vote for a candidate who thus istures, to defeat one t.snatus executive as use and graperty;
of people. The consumers of our agricul- asking at what hour he would be executed, pla sted himself amongst its maligant libel cagitive due law, arenesszle in casewater, we 4. only power Congress has over
we'd repair, and still for our dear Union tural productions are the main stay of our and if he should have time to write* lers ? That AIr. Everetts's criticism of i Si eier" as Guanuana, and revenue / slave property. "is the power couplel with
ory, O, eaven spare. conannerce. Its chief springs are not at On the 12th, at eight o'clock in the the Masonic institution evinces his ign. Resoined, that the Democracy of the United the duty of guarding and pressesing the

,ilxron*rAsa Discovany.-Dr. Olier, a the North. morning, the condemned man was marched race of its nature, matters not. The main "" oz se a as use aspeace duty a owner mlus aghts.
celebrate Freuch physician, has discover. No. Disunion is not ruin to the South, to the place of execution. He went with fact remains, that, whilst ignorant of Ma- senia all his ages, weener ac name or in tor- 6 Neither Congress nor a Territorial
that bone does not immediately die 'twillnot, it wisely considered, produce acrucitizinhishand, without looking at sonary, he joined its.assailants, retailed ei abuds, a one *.>.,0 exus.a asis sauve Goverament can ablish slavery ia"6.2.5
hen the heart ceases to beat. For, after even commercial convulsion, unless the any one, and listening to the paslms which theirsianderaandoodorsedtheiracknanies* Wiscreas, one of the gra.uest necessities or Territory of the Gamed States.
he death ofananimal, Dr. Olicy has re Northern states make war on the South the priest was reciting to him. He enter- Au lnetitution which isto-dayas benefices. the age, so a pena.0, comna, so go an an As Exegasomo Irmas.-Our little
moved bone from the body to that of a We have nei the seast f r of sue.. a result, ed the square, where, at the place of exe- aly setlve as ever, he soouts as useless; and, Poun a rea, as a or a to Key ima geuerally been oonsidered ns entire-
Fiving animal, and the bone thus introduced because it would be vain and useless, and ation, thetroope were drawn up, and there, worse still, holds it up to public exoaration a ce.ore0, it' lydependentupwa wreakingforaisastenaus
has united itself completely to that properly only increase the disadvantages it would full of resignati2n, prunounced his last as enjoining immoral and unlawful obliga* d.j f oD 8 an art but a recons consus cells a diferesh ador
belonging to the sinimal. There sense to throw upon the North. TIvy have reason speech: I am a Roman Catholia, The tions, and as netnally sharing tbo guilt of us wie pure a senate to passay ut so a For instance, the Sponge tradehlone for the
bease doubt, therefore, that we may mend to kemble at the prospect of disunion. We war which I made on Londuras, at the sug- murderers Who amongst Masons will aid, so no eatent at she autum a yea amounted to 872,00 4 th
andreplace ear bones, as easily as. a table have gone. They have everything to lose geqtion of certain people at Rustan, was vote for Elward Evereth the calumpiator a t as r sena on untan the de in tva fish to something a as derabi
$eg. and nothing .to Bain. The wronged and unjust. These who seconspaded use are of Masonry ? Leeson, at she endeaspraoricable moment, More of this soon.**Fay qf he Gulf. *

m- ---
in- PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10.-3 o'clock, A'
tton e1t2Re rr k uibn anie
date tor Governor, Ly upwards of ten or
fifteen thousand majority! [This news, if
he true, renders it no longer doubtful that the
State will go for Lincol: in November. In
1856 the combined majority against Fre-

able, mO E ET 6 I O, Oct.10.-Seattering
this returns from the Northern portion of the
ild- State show increased Republican gains and
o in )idikcate t8e swee so h pu I an Sth
ep- been re-elected to Congress.
arly a Pepnsylvania Election,
the PzilleADELPUTA, O.I.10 -Tindlepubli-
the cans daign 20,000 to 45,UI.10 ora.,c.rst), and
olD. EFOR GigilletD LO LWirnly 00RgrtSHID00;,"
Indiana Election.
Ism;ntrozas, Oct.10.-Twenty coun-
ties heard from give Large.Republican gains,
has and the Scote has undoubtedly gone for the
hts Republions by 10,000 majority. The
bles Republicanetinve elected eight Congress
ich menkbesides the legislature is probably Re-
ona Baltimore Municipal Election
ov. BALTWORE, Oct. 10.-The election
seed of anipreere outly orderly aude ed

Mayo a la e majority over Hinds, the

EY" Indiana Election.
hia WAsmsavow, Oct. 10.-A special des-
icle patch to the Star, from Indiana, says that
and Lane's majority is over 10,000.
it ohio Election.
to CLEVELAND, Oct. 10,-The Republican
, Statericket is elected by nearly 20,000
majority. I)emocratic Congressmen are
electeda5 thebtj ibirds on to th is.
ters Manasa.-Thomas F. Drew murdered
Wm. L. Tooke, in Madison county, on the
sq., 8thinst. A reward of $2,500 has been
this offered by Mr, Tooke's friends. We have
u sorlearned she particulars ;

The fortress of Santo Leo had surrender-
ed after some hours' firing, and was occu-

obe v 15. L.*.u
Stird' ine ours, by
mann vessela, strilliout much effect.
The reply was vigorous.
Later dispatches say themannonade by
liend ilad ?0.1 000 nu$ IML DE intelvalal
Ti e Sa.rdan' anes recouped clue furness of
The ofliciall Ro at I
Ine journ con ains Car-
1981 Antonelli's not6, chiuning the as-.
sistance of the Catholic Power..
Gar Idi 1 ad correeritrato lis troops em
2 prep ry .
tacking the Neapolitans.*

rev seesG a 1 idgm n Oh0

Gh vilin aifreshyr amation indio8ates
Rome and begin a mainl.iegainsi Venice.
The antagonism between Garibaldi and
the Piedmontese Government continued,
The King.olNaples had pitblished the
decrees at Gactia, ordering a state of siege
in all the provinces friere a revolutionary
strugghiexists,.aud ceabiering all oilioers
of the marine as guilty of high treason, ex-
cept those of one vessel, which went to
Gaeta. .
The Republican cause wag gainingground
in Naplesand influence over Gas:ibaldi.
It wab reported that Motor Haigo had

arrb dinal 8 a had been expelled fro a
Naples by the Diotatorial Govershis at

; us
garyland 83 Indisina 13; Newt York 35;
Ocegon 33 Nor Jersey 7; Pennsylvania 27;
Total 93. Their are 303 Electoral votes
and a majgrity re ed to elect.
...5 Gld the ph-.dletioa4GLmany fory 1-
""'^.:..en be luIdil-..J, their is no data GL
that New \'.,rk and Penr. ply.srnia all go
against Lincoln arid oist their votes ful his
o oncilt whomsoever he me he that
pp y ci'

's o ho6dv to f e cSo
ern States, our neit President will be John
0. Breckinridge of Kentucky.
By the day of election it will lity .been
seestal that t be cogestu between

and Lincoluof that party which has in
every Instance, when in power- set at
nought she Constitution of the United Stats.
As for JolkBell and Stephen A Douglas
,they are kicking up a liule tarce to hear
themselves talked ubout, and to get their
namesiuthepupersneitheref theils will
carry a State in all probaldlity, as Use peo.
ple are entirely satisfied that noist>er of the
men are of any consequence any way, and
they will not waste their votes on s pean.-
The people like to vote for the Straggest
inan---the man who will be elected and will
tonsequently vote for

A Word toSoutherner5.

'are near the Praid..ratic.1 Election.
TI., most soon to 1... J.:<..l.:J Dut
there yet sayo the country. If
youlove the landof your Fathers, if you
would preserve tho Oonstitylon framed by
tho.aninted Patriots of the RevolutionjTf
you would save the South from disgrace
and your wives and daughters from dis'
honor, rally in-all the strength of a good
cause and noble purpose in chalf of
Bas;car.yntools and LANE. Your country
calls upon you to rescue her from the bloody
hands of Northern fanaticism; from the

tWh of tholidaeudiary and the dagger of
assassin.' Will you not guard with
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=0 /ada Sun.*.' Itise inyour userior
is 6 a to it...- 1....11. and slau r. d., Mastes.s
I ana.y to pus J.,aru the all
and unt. J..r re of the antasmous Jr..1,u
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NationalDemooditio Nominatio:

or KrntlpitY,


en.JOS 1 286,

.F'ast.......G.W.CALL, ofNEEman
Alfiddle....J. P. ANDERSON, of Jefferson
Yest;.....J. M. GORRIE, of Franklin.
Jesse...... was neans, or H.11=0s **rk
a lan.pd.@ 2, scambia.

Thornilowlig named gentlemen compo**
? oT#$a 0 nChairma
Ilon. JREFEE80xDars, of Mississippi*
a n Fa Te usyly:
Hon. Gso* W.11vonns, of Maryland-
n gn on. oNeKen
Hon A. B. Mars, of Alabama-
an, off a see se
BanwAM Bravan. Esq., of Benton, Miss
on. uE f W so iain o2
u.rsa knox, Esq., of Washington, 1
Unwascar, washington, D.C., Ited
W.RanarsTrashington, D. c., 2

No T amma e ons should eadd use
ten, D. C. Rooms of the Commitsee at N<

A 80Rf.hern Confederacy,
4 e---
An article on our first page copied f
the Chideston Afercury cannot fail tc
she reader's attention. T pgemenu a
equal pensenoy and truth tho.come.,:1
resultswhich must follow Dianoion,
shows in the most convincing manner
the lossend misfortune consequent up<
separation will descend not ppon the <
tonStates, but upon the North. The a
ple assadnes, indeed, with entire safety
correatoess that no war will be atteral
tecoorce the South back into a Ur
which it has been forced by North
injustice to abandon, for the excellent
son that such war would not only be
secomesful but must operate far more it
riously upon those making it than a
%bem against whom it should be waged,
We commend the article in question
the careful consideration of all our read
but especiallyof those who are apt to tr
ble at the possible consequences of an
dependent Confederacy of the Co

Straws show which way t
Wind BloWS.

We are infornied, upon, reli
eatbority, that there is a Gentleman in
City, whois desirous of sending his ch
rea North to School, but will not do s
site event of the election of a Black R
ablican to tbo Presidency. This is cle
indicatishof theirne spirit abroad in
laajd, aM is the "piaedeal effect tuf
soachings of $eward, Greeley, and Lina

The Weather.
For consetime past the temperature
basin jail.ocoolfor tbo season, the nig
- particplady so., But fruits and vegeta
areprdgrearsing linely, stil evidence of wh
swe may mention some very large lu
Ed on our table by Col. F. 1. DAN

talbTok k t y migh
everybody knows what,

Mr. Charles Wharton of Philadelp
bassent as arspecimes of the above art
manufactures( by him. It is a pure
superior liquor, as all who wish to try
may experience by sending their orders
him. Seeadvertisementiflourcolumns

Large Potatoes;
We bare reeleved some very large
One potatoes, raised by Mr. Paul Mas
at his plantation at St. John's river.
Also aspooken from F. McCarthyE
of shis eity, she largess we have seen

John Bell and Horace Gree PLORIDA ELED I 183'). cal-uuacanntyr lia :at> of Insur.

In 1850 Mr Bell was eree-surators.ISy IV6 insell he ad joined ab e showing We pubbeh 1.ukov, asser.1;re.ns df news
al...< ...I ar. <.urrup..I c..r.solidiley the woult..ithe F'lorld., Plact{ou11poever, sendme so do.lume rhe feet that. there 14
,,.,,a to cy...k. of reigral..g his son in the nor and C..r.grced non la lith* fl e r" a p..rr or a.rased men la West Floride,
United States Seanto rm.' retu.=.;r.,: 0.....0 turns wul be filled into the bla sks as who are useuming to themselves the "en,
to Tennesses. Mr. Ilorea ely .,1 time '.st ,.8 they are ie.e ars-i. and t"' forcement-ofthe laws," and that it has Sir
New York Tribune, who of usals in r.r..s C. unay so., 1, re-c.n.;n' Ibecome necessary, on the part of the an.
Free territory Free Pres Jose and by a bril. ri.ure na. When and s thorities, to order out else Miliculy, forthis *
everyother species uI Needom, onepse is ro.13-.1 we. 4..11 sumpt-alk 1.< fr. to i.' .purpose of securing peace and good order,
free use of money ice die un.eli..rart hs of each 1)ive:0n, of ahe SI are. ran be n..ush WE Would like some of o~ur Exchangertal
the condition of the series...; all.u ints.1, oI. aunt inian it aboulghte pres. ed 1,: su give us the enusse which have led to this .
the poorip his ownaly, ahas ap..l.o or .11r care refa...eli. badstateof public feelinganTong the Citi.
Ecil 4 WOLig 1 thi001& uns 01 III< liles.*liLauss ''s rra rryr I : 50titiof West Florida.
pape e. I Eitracts of letters from a young Ladf or
n, ; ,. ,,11.,10 e.. when he 2 6 I this City, who is residing at.present in the
2 ..- Asonsw GOUNTIES, family of Judge 31clNTosu uL Wess Wyna.
q {,. n in Culhoun County.
.ss .1, 441 .1x,.. t'.ILonn Co., Oct 1st-The
;&#,'...."CT. .,,....... Regul..s...r= been doing faul work.In
,o ..tGary=.lue la sh Du ...I. r'..s pair ..1 11.0 Country;
'0 ... .0.... was ti ,,,.n. ar. .,,. ,. a,,,1,- a saw T.n Co ..t..... .....t cho -1...1 a marijust ten miles
c-n. .- 1. In ri s y.j ri 3 1 .s us -....1 Let another to death, two
4... .. .e.n ..o ...s,.........4.... ,,hI.s, J. ..g indle lulls.r .rs-pes...r it.armissa pen wru

Philleent1.;lia.JE .11[ Bell to a puble dia laturough, Ap.nla la la Obe date.of qi 5 r .
ner about clus time, wo may infer thapthere J class $18 467 518 490 e had no idea of the crents (1.4[ have o -
was a most excellent understandhag between Jetterson, 427 175 too 155 eurred. The Regulators (so called). abons
Horace and John. John is a nice men to fr ette,* 10' n g 75 in number, are a set of lawless ruffians
represent a Southern State in the Senate, Levy, > who have taken the lar (as they any,) into
aint he? mad What an admirable Presidefit 4gg 4gg ag there up hands threated to kill every
he waidd make!-bearded and conquered lianatoe. one in Calhoun Go., except 15 phapons pn4
the old lion A.1DHEW JACKSON-over the fon, 6 4 1. who are the 15 ? no one knows-their
left-hear how old Hickory talked to this as au.' 2.2 172 211 188 eamp is about 6 miles from West Wyan.
admirable Presidential aspirant, when B 1, New niver, ton (the residence of Jtadge 31cluross) -
charged him with corruption. On and they have scouts out us all hour..
"Ir. aner an the severe accusanonscontained Sant Itoss, lost lot 202 911 Judge Melutosh wrote to Judge Finfey as
.,,,. .. / o syou ns' Mariana- .he and his Selector Mr. Enr-
to bring specyk charges, then I will request Suwannee, ney-e:une to us on Sunday and advised us
2 so n n at on irj re Weir 88 74 so as to leave as it was no place for women nod
has made he general charge of corrupti>n. us wakuits, children as he had ordered Gen. Anderson -
unti ,t n dea a up I h 'si gton, stith his Brigade to reavievouthere, and
abuse of trust in the Executive Departments: *New counties formed sinae 1831.. Cla was our house was to be tur:ud into B ter.qks.
and an e{se crer on an doreProsij formed out otDural, sawannee and New River So we packed up our trunks mid came to
to suspect corruption or abuse of trust, no ch- out of Columbia, Lafayetto and Tsylor oth of town.
a upts wls la leconden ove 81all interp Madison. Oct. 7th. We had letters from West
means. Theoflicesofall the Depastruents will >Wynton this morning there were lit
opened to you, and every proper facilig ThO EfGSidOBtid PEOblem. troops there from Marians-they had
runs led for thi rpose. summoned before IVe give be!ow the list of States and the captured a few of the insurgents, or regn.

the Committee to testify agniust ANDEEW Electoral vote of each as likely to be cast I v..ra... ..h.I. a at y ....y be calle1, hits
JAcxsos nod his cabinet touching their in the comm ag eleetion. none of their leaders.
corrupt practices he protested against be. STATES FOR BRECKINRID Oefober 10. We have just hear trian ^
ing summoned before it, and when com- Alabama, 9 West Wynoton-the Troops have captured .
peeled to attend he knew nothing, and Arkansas, 4 GO or 70 of the r.asesis -Ju,1ge M,:1ntosh
could only produce a 1..: of "bute/s'd and ('aliforpia, 4 writesthat the disiurbance is abugst over;
the foqaunatel his anied him -Is was Florida, 8 not pub,,'y we may tehira home on Tries-
liers that.John All became a W1.i BLd Georgina La
we tothat7party n...t-rathe udinghe 1...4 Kentual
sought on :several ocessions previous to Lausian [cov iu vic at .u ]
jaming it, to stain the fail escutcheon of Mia-issippi, 7 The Cowfard and Indian'Itiffer
its leader 11ssar CLAY, andhe has been Missouri 9 Rail Road-
gradually floating aWay from BOUnd am $. Odrolinag ]() AIr. Eastoa:-Asthe General Assembly
COil8titutional principles ever since, until 8. Carolina 8 will meet next month, nod a notice of up-
to-day he stands convicted of p-.ndet..g to Tennessee, 13 pliontion thy a charter for the above Rail
abolitionists and Black Republicans, for Texas 4 Road is being ut:ade in the Jacksonvillo
votes ad political preferment. Virginia 15 Standard. ii is impfrtant to keep before
Let him go; it is to be hoped that few the public, the advantg*.*es to be derived
Southern men, who are now engaged .in 113 from such an enterprise. ThsRand is to
perhaps, the last struggle for their Con. STATES FOR LINCOLN. run through our Gity and proceed to its
stitutional rights, will be induced to vote Connecticus, 5 place of destination. St. Auguitane will
for a Southern plan who is onpable of be. Deleware, 3 certairly derive great benefits from this
ing the subject of praise by Abolitionists. Illinois, 11 connection. The Indian River country
It is to be hoped that few will vote for lotra, 4 avill be eagerly sought after, and settlers
him-let hits go to those who have been Maine, 8 will emigrate thsther in large numberaind
the objects of his esteem so long, for politi.. Massachusetts, 18 the country will be settleg up rubidly.
caladvancementaABOLITIONISTS. Michigan. 0 Fruit Corn, Oceton, &@., the
,, Minnesota, 4 main items of produce-not forgettigg.the
20/81 8 NOWS. New Hampshirez 5 great quantities of fish thihan be caught
The intelligence from Italy continues to Ohio, 28 during the whole season. The forests
be important. Rhode Island, 4 abound in ,hip thaber of the best quality +
The Sardinions eo stinued to advance in Verinout 5 -Live Oak and red Godar; and afford a 4
the Papal States- Wisconsi n, 5. fine range for horses, mules, 0 ttle and

Our Polly.

Thofollowingitemsof Telegraphio news,
shoir very conclusively, that to hope long.
or, that the Northern States wall consout
to yield to thy South her Constitutional
rights is more, Idleness'and folly. We
bnve been shorn of three fifths of thepub.
lic lands, obtained from Mexico, and for.
b!ddGn to emegrate thithorwith our negrooe.
W.e see that, a majorityof the froe States
have passed laws annulling an act of 000.
oress givaing us back our runaway slaves.
\Ve see ti Senator of the United States,
proclaiming from overystump in the Free
States that, Slavey shall be obelished
from Virginia to Taran, sista prodinimine
4:.r, a **I..,:1.- < Un II.,,.. Th., =.' isn
orate11..t..1er... ...4...r .... .t..,
10pushloweld 1..11.0r its.arill.l.J I..are.,
over alue .51.r..r. >..4 irs.J.\iduals
We sco another Unil...1 Sales -r.
preldhilulE $\OI., the stu..-p, he d..I. c.....
=,toconia :1.1, phey ... .:o.ue-ares the

d100 F 118, F.5 Trodor. Willia ina stE
William L. Ynrisy. ( who has been effoco-
ously branded by the friends of John Fell,
RS R CCCES Ohf84 Alid SUN Of Sign )
at the same time, contending bravely and
eloquently for the bright of the minority
under that served compnet, which has been
sornthlesslyriolated by the dominate see-
tion. p \
We have resolved after mature reflection,
that in the eventoftheeleriton ofLIsootir,
to advocate Seression. We do not look
upon it in another light than as a duty,
and the duty of every man, having at
heart the good of his country. For the
credit ofEilorida, beit said, there are but
fewzuen in the State, who hold their polit.
iod opinions subserviant to money, and
who my be bought with a Coueulship, a
Collectorship, or a Post Office. These re-
marks do not apply alone to Florida, but
from all quarters we learn, that an unpar
alleged degree of unanimity pervades the
Southern States, thd that the advoentes of
the election of John Bell, no where, stand
any chance of carrying a State, for the
reason mainly, that they are regarded by
Lincoln and his supporters, as allies and
supporters of his administration at, the
South, in event of his election.
We believe that, by a separation the festid/o North, b fostering and ea-
couragingnliberalsf4etsoF ** 11trade,
as well as home productions a anufue-
tubes, we will soon become the most happy
and independent people on earth. We
will not then be compelled to pay tribute
to Northern manufacturers, and by this
means alone, contribute millions, .to swell
the coffers of our enemies with gold.
Therefore we sayto theNorth elect Lincoln
and prepare to part company, and adoph-
ing the remarks of Abraham (of old) to his
brother Lo take the left anc} we will
take the right, or take the right and we
will take the left. We are satisfied that
the permaneyof the Union depends upon
the Northern people*

I lill la ul IIr. Bularls 11 Winuu tellas 11e
blood or a patriot circulates, who could sub.
mit to the rule of a Black Republion
PrPSident? No. Mark the qiwho tal c
of submission, and affect horror at the men.
tion of Disunion. They are such as look
to a Republican Administration for office
Fealty to the South dwells not in them.
They would betray Southein Rights and
Southern Equality through craven fear or
baser treachery.
Proclaim aloud the stand we take.
CAN RULE in our mutto. The South will
never submit to be a subjugated p.ovince.
Shocannot be dragged behind the chariot
wheelsof an Abolition conqueror. Before
such disgrace shall full upon her hitherto
unsullied orest her every soii will seize his
arms and shed his best blood in her de-
fence. No man whose heart is warmed by
a Southern sun will flinch in the crisis be
fore us. And the Fair Daughters of the
South will smile upon the devoted courage
of their Fathers, their Brothers, and their
Lovers. Like the heroic *women of the
. Revolution, while they iveep for thecalami-
ties which unpend over their beloved
land they will bravely obeer on its defend
ere and their fair hands will prepare cool-
ing draughts and lipt for tift: intrepid me"
-wounded ir, 3..(..?,....: f fil they hold dear.
Weareatteringticidle words. 'I'ho time
is at hand to try the Soul of overy, man
among us Let none shrink from the
responsibility. They who are not with us
are agasust us. If BRECKINRIDGE and
LANE arG 0 00ted tilO 011100 ADd CODStifu-
tion are safe. But should Lincoln be in
augurated as resident a separation of the
South, and an independent Confederacy of
the Cotton States are as certain as that the
sun shines in the heaveus.

more about John Bell.
The subjoined extract from the speech of
the above named individual upon the pas.
sage of the compromise measures of 1860,
will convince any man, who will consent
to be satisfied, of the abelition tendencies
of John Bell in Connection with the sub.
jectofSlavery, lookathislanguageand
judge for yourself.
"Icannotf/rbearturthertoremindmy north.
ern friends has in the South and Southwest
em a +21 ti leful iat rat lon per of
tainingthemiatheir FAvo1tnE POLICY throup
a used oa 1 s on bl2on
policy, who look beyond the limited horizon of
enco und nt us ,ud ft e2 1 coldly -
as j 1 (132 1 ou ell d mina lon o the
South which has been so long and so keenly felt
a.the North, was alwayamore imaginary than
eli n x sm pho 21-e aim
times, or were than half ar..3 alw.y. :r 0..,,,
develors,,1 aba- heasura yes ass 4 o.ntainst to, dy-
gunnisi man n., ,ama ... hera ..ace..ied.)
2 a e2 1. 2.0,. p v. .1
sectional view, have already passed away from
else South forever, and this is so manifest What
a Senator who spoke in this debate, could not,
dre inupjothe South witti the prospect of
k zu g 1 us A gr cha e.
and I orth; it is now the North and the South."
Well may the heart of the Southern Pa.

r t who hattlingfor eC tutio al
and his mind yieldho doubtsand apprehen'

8,ii awho a outhern Senator can rise in
column as is contained in sl> sue ase
y ese tomar 8.

vot or rel]urpp rs of John B1ellp i ie
and entertaining honorable motives and
in a at o n, wding tacorneunder theoensure
cournined in has dinbolical insinuation,
that there is a body of abolitionists in the

tHo hand Yest / 1s a man, wh tuni
conditution of our Country and trample is
in the dust, fit to be President Is a man
who does act and vote widt, and say he is

bril Q0 icon seeivith a ch a pared kto
to say he is not ad will never he the Pres
done of the United States

negs. .she lands between St.. Augustine
and Jacksonville are of 1st rate. Will not

Buchts COGntry as thits ra if 80 thick*
* By this fload our merchants--'wilt have
none: .v.) so; il*I.g itsu dassis: us haulang sons
Paulus ., the cour.rry They enn
pales*Inses Oudi In Judsouratil 0 Ch Sper
deep 19 25 .unugh at Charlaston, r=nd they-. .
nill patedida tuarker'so at heared;
thewfurs, Jacksues illas alli become the
*,;.ea us.u ker. for all of South filupda; those
p.;Illures, at all events, watured lay dau Sc
J.>W. a and eyes...ted by clais improve-

edonion el en { kiforded2 ) cao
citizens to go from here in the morning
and make their purchases and return with,

I 1 "rs; wl re u m t

ti lim citizens of Jacksooville abould view
hs numenrdat a n 6 he

there. St. Augustihe is a delight I satib-
mer and winter resort-it is noted as b
LI e healthlet ty lan eSI la T

Rosid will a of greater benefit to Jackso .
ville than our city, .1 heing one of t
termi advantaget., not possessed by us; past th

^ 4 ka
will increase tradi and consequently en,
hance the value of our property. Let the
solid men of both Cines unne and put
their shoulders^to the wheel and his ens

nee i e an e a he

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(fortilly II. ,P DEORAAP,)

Thisestablishaositisatristoriesinheight, and
essfuds (SteetthroughtoNo, 5 Aristiestreet,
maxagIL one ofthe

They are ol'd
to the Who Ts e, f 4,ash T as
Their Stock consiste, in part, on
Also, Can and Woon SEAT WOMC, 811
ties; Harn, Huss and ariuse marrass ,
fkrge stook; Enitar.ED Cransa Waxtrue,
I setts, from $23 to slog,
Jenny Lind and Extension Poist

wa e a o th n rn


...* IMg Cp-@, -
Marab fu-18du 8m.
**Nor anarnove we ass Data Four."

**0 ag
tar'a' ftBoach,&e.Ez.armint-

to star'a"
ar s" Bed-bug Extelrtainator.

"Goatar's" Electria Powder,' fat le-
seats. to.
== *-Roaches---Mice Mole Ground Mice-
Bed Bugs-Ants-Moths-Mosquitoes-Fless
Insee s on ynts, J*now ,e iste., As.-

10 Years established in New York City-aset

et tt n us e Ci mr so
Ac.-the City Hotels, "iat7r,' hit. Nicholas '
Ac.-and by more than 20,000 private fail-
agy* Druggrate and Retailers everywhere sell

"z'""'"***"'" are..

x ur as
litip* Addre ordgra-or or ** Caro.Isr so Dea-

HENRY3,COSI.LR,1arearral. thisor,
612 Bnoinwar,(OppositaE8t.NicholaaHotel;)
BULD BY. 8, g, egyg.
May 19-1860. ta.

OO 8.

am now prepared to offer to my old friends
usestoo dd its et 11 s
goods at very low prices for cash or city ac-
ceptances at sixty and ninety days spredit with
appr edae edOrdshra from my count
romptl35 neu tx ti t eatocare and attee
My country friends may rely upon It if t*uy
end me orders for dry goods that chey wiU be
Pi ti a agressea pandattention asea.
purchased at this house over twenty stollars
will be allowed a two per cent. of, for esak.-
You have here a list of a few of my large as,
ortment of goods.
onsisting of Frenchbroad Cloth, Doe skin Can
imores, Pilot Cloths, Satinette add K. Jean,
eleades to a laucy CAssimerad Laidi Toth,
rey Blankets, negro Mankets, Epnglish AI
loses Makinaw M anketed Regr6 Kersey, Mary
Merino under Shirt Two kile ,o Gence
ah Ge s or h t r up
.utill.Lill Utild)C-Bemg a pr see n.
asraser roa afrasp rees.. or
""" "bournitial; noth'.au sud redue..a
urgua.,g ashuanuagine physiology analone
"0. vi su. = sums symous and me 4,r.,4.erna
r prevenuon of offspring, isoluding all es*
ow discoveries never beforip given in the En-
lish nguag1e, e 49. k

a diin pl r endp2e Anku e9ro a
ravings. All young married people, or those
a as

e acquainted with; stillit is iL btok that mass
e located up and nos }ie about: the house 16 *
is as as to any one on the receips or tweary4
if s, dpumuNo postarge6 stamps. A -
bo 10 1 1 NCUNFORTilNATTb
o anauer wharmay be your dissitse, before
ou place yourset under the care of any one
0 ijoeTn as Pa yea or p reiga- .
copyoreitherotar. Young's Booksandread
d lara o 1 d a
DR. YOUNG oan oe consulted on any of the
disease described in his publications, at no
)flice, No. 41ti Spruce Strees,-sooveh'ourth.
August 25, 18ts0. to

_ 1_ F _

~2~To 1Buncombe.
William H. Seward of Now York and
'the airrepiksible conflict," has been mak-

(0 oFreed8ttoa, and apoaches
We have noticed that several o to e -
Annies, emitted by this distinguished ut.
tour of ag falsehood ninst the Southern
"States, have been reduced to slanders of
4'ae first order. This will not innks any
anshifial difference with a man who is sup.
ed to be so deeply dyed in his hatred of
-aT institution of Isis country, and so seal-
asks in his efforts to arouse Use projudices
of the people of his sootion against it, that
the could conceal finin the public no in,
standed foray upon the oicizens of Virgama
\by murderers ar.d. incendiaries, and who
would probably glout over 4 structio"i
of slave holders with the same degree of
satisfaction as is supposed toaninuite t .0
cannibal at the sight ofa thoroughly reast
e@victim of human sateriftee.
We see that this admirable specimen 01
a United States senator, who is pandertr.,;
to the machinations of England, is de

well might be contend, that nil the misery
starrvation and wretchedness experienced
by the poor of New York City, are attributa-
ble to slavery.

aly seoutre se icts catedfullydprepai* at
Free and.Slare States, and this estimate is
decidedly in favor of the Slave States. is
is a fact beyond dispute and instead of this
claes of citizens being regarded and treated
as banstoof burthen in the Southern States'
as in the Northern, they are looked upon
and treated as equals by the wealthy. All
shat is necessary to secure to the hard
handed mechanic, the respect of all classes
of men, as he South, is a good moral
character. Then, we ask why such a
clamor about free labor and slave lqbor, and
where as the strife between them ? .
We are entirely satisfied that there is a
de e of artful dernagogueism about the
NeweYork Sountor, that will one day or
other, take a 1urn, and recoil upon lairn
with an irresistable force, and he will go
down to posterity in his true colors. It
may crown his efforts with tetypornay sue
e-ss to make a circuit of the free States on
d late 1.
she eve of as cle ano ben repetition

STATE ELY.cnoss.-Heldbefore the Traiden-

nE s a 3 ed y.Sep mber4
In ALaos a oudWedseedaybSet mber5.
InGsonou, on Madday, iterober 1.
In Fr.ome.x, on Monday, autober 3.
In ifWorn Canositsto 'abe e ,tob 3.
In Outo, oa Tuesday. October th
nI fues.Iay, ( cloberg
r on Tuesod-r Ge ober 9.
.nual Eactionicall the states, on Tues-

hat Southerners will take Ofke un-
der Lincoln?
Mr. Bell's roost vigorous supporter, the
Isonisvilla Journal, insists that, if Lincoln
be elected, "rialive Kentuckians, and nature
Virginians and native Tenaesseenub, and
native Mississippiptis, and native citizens
pf all the other Southeru States," will
w-adily take ofice. The'Journalia familial
th is of the know-nothi
with e secre ag puty'
and therefore onght to know of what degree
of baseness the Bell men are capable.
They are pascrupulous, we blow; thei
candidate is Janus-faced; and they are ea
ger for spoils. Except uponthe testimony
et a Bell authority, however, we should b
nowilling to believe that a party which
pretends to be national and conservative
holds itself prepared to furnish oflice holder
to a black.republionn Administration.
it Wadday on Cons<shon.

5 OceanBteamship Btirneig
'I'heSteamshipUonna ht 2pt. itoFb
of theGialwayLine, at us,
sprung a-leak on Saturday Octr.6; and o
funday toorolog, Whell 140 miles from
Boston, foi- which port she was bound, sh
was found to be on fire. The flames rea

a dtlhe ,ad h dg 5 eef
And 417 steerage, besides a crew of 124

he ed d, onewof ch Sevenatb e,6 4
being a heavy sea running at the time
e other six were filled wi)h passengers
About noon the brig Allianie Shafer, Cap
Yohn Wihion, discovered the steamer

as slida man 2d
ing off the passengers. All were dinall
gaved, after the mogs strenuous exertion
gapt. Leitch beingh the last to leave .th
haratogwreek, ich soon after was o
yeloped in the diames,

ANOTHER STATE.-Delaware has bee
cabled in its focal elections by the Brec
bridge men, met #be combined oppositio
(tinedits, Douglas litad Bell.) The retur
sildicalry this iftit& lot Theekinridge
),000 majority, -

d ProspeCtus of the Daily and Weekly
. Observer.
press of our city from this date, and such
gh a *g
to e increase interest mam seed among

al te r 61 set kW m d
pbsolutely necessary to commence the pub.
liention of the DALLY OBSERVER ON
.11UNTH, SEPTEMBER. It will always
zealously, but respectfully, co-operate with

Fofo 8 s(h aintaxuing
All State interests and whatever will add
to the prosperity of our young stud growsug

efit a a 1 014 c
9 -- 4
l...r is be dial or ly understood that he
()HYElil'IER a li,. brays courain he very
ht..u or..= ..r the .1 y, a4...1us..;I usanks.r.s

audi turrdull seele t matter of j telearnd
attention illbdriven todu tersand things

WEEKLY db 2 53
Postmasters throughout the United States
acting as our Agents, will receive a him-

no tof 20 per cent on all money trans-
mi o us. 31ARZONI &.JONEf.

Pensaeola, Aug. 2d, 1860.


T rTOCObouMthio St. Johns.
for the reception of Dearders,
This Hotel has recently been
but ana newly furnished. It is on the East
side of the St. Johns ri er six miles above Pico-
area atbt em in u of a oS o 1 Rout
ti Stga v v 1 1 a to Icina
turning leave Tecol every Friday until the

pl nits oI will please apply to
E* 1* PAINE, locoi Fla.
Dec. 10 1839,
-- .



N. RO G fR O
AS on hand le
Giv5ehimac ei ac ngi ndo held
Dec. .


"u)gAe ess t stal aboota 6 1 0 to j
navigarton. his tract is heavily tim-

1 i toLil c vati zro sPy rns
in the southern country. Also 80 acres of Land
situatedeablout 17dji leu no{tlSt. Augustine,

ap lyto F. P. Fer pl@tmates
do. Augustine, July 14, 1860.


the spare change like a
merciless showman every s
hoJy must have a now Ifat if he
exu sued it, and every body must know all
about the various kinds of Rats in order to
ehooseknowingly such a variety. Every thing s
msa stove-tpipe wn to a che with Bro
13rims at sil, Beaver Casimer Plush and velvet
o pi IPil esePet eaBdoV ilSetubrerobJaun y g
and Tip Top, in fact every thing over worn
t(loan Nosh's da doh .to8 rah lanandvho
Nov. 12. T. NELSON

WOULDresjie6tfullyiif mhis'friends "
and the publiogetherallythatheisalways s
prepared to excetite any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him with. He has o
on hand, and is always supplying himself with
hr nx Ablfas i able ds, sue asMaupkoxDior

,gand Fancy Cassimers, Vestings, Neck
All orders executed in the boat style of work- g
nanship, for eash only.

run Insunwon coxPAwr, b

$200 OOO. a

IIE Subscriber has a couple of plows for
sale cheap, received from New York; one
east-steel, the other casc-ison.
Our. 18, 1300. ALEX MANN.
fil0 20$1811 #'OVOF 0118018.
Por the prevention and cure of Fever and
Ague and Billous Fevers. This.wouderful re-
a id pro i f too tu n a Lo{e me
traveter m Persta aud the lloly band.
le oingdon a a uple s me ex
Un discovering his couaition, one of the Boat-
m... r 1 f. ... 0.. b .. .. ..u Amulet. saying.
a .I. ...3 .. .... In touch you." ^i-
thoughincredulons as to its virtues; he complied,
d per ced as diate relier, and la since
unt1ssion(leonni 1 ttigation he found that the
boatman attributed toit miraculous powers, and
sthat x(heould or> feari 0 adw e
gendemanin conversing with a Priest obtained
treathimthesecret of its pr paration, aild as-
certained where the usedwinat herbs were totuad,
vrknah it nariciumpounde T1 avooderbu
lief tar the minds of the nativesin the mirned-
us li .. no ... ... 811 s been tried

*r II. h
ng tein for ut 0
ears, for the prevention and ours of Fever
andAgueund billous kovers-isnowedered
to the American people-
disc ti br rs obare oi edrop i ,ol ith ful
Pruscapel Depos und Manufactory, 183 .11asu
St. Richmond, Va. Drauch Office, bank vi hu,
merce wilding, New a N 1& LO.

July 141860, ig.



T.H. Chambers. Piano Manu-
188 IPOF,
(Formerly uboais & Slit 2 artnd Dubols,
Waterooms ill the "Bible HORSO,
Cor. 8thStreet & 4th AVenae,
Thisis a reliable place to purchase. Orders
v lietter fai hful executed, and perfect sack-
8-Send for a circular, with desertylion of
Vale andschedule ofpricks*
as e x-isoo. ...

INSEED OIL, White Lead, Turpentine,
Zing Paint, Blook Lead, L,.ierage. Ulsas.
PhotyChromeGreen, Clan ame lin3ow, CL,.,,,,,
RedPrussianBlue, P...r.r 13rushes.
Sept:15. B. E CARR.

PA'lLDING'S prepared Glue, flir iriunediate
as co ntract.cor navor ag, vs.-

'"o "
ders, Congress'Water, Epsom Salts, Castor Oil
1 1 arabic, Mace, Clove

FRIBily 1081, *
ARRANTED White Extra for Family use

only 10 .1 i'amily Pastry Bak gdsc.



For isle at U. E CARIt's.
Sept. 22-1800.

UT no $ 4 to, or ack, 014
Asp. 22, 1860. B. E CARTE.

ISDes~" Gu epsRe s 7&s

t*uousn. Ira...T aunt.oj,)&.Woo 191158 IRtiler'5 Selpool
ups *
PFOCIRRIBilOR for EleCE -@--

e >. i. -,, ..
mi .. *:. c. al.. I -rk of October,
AN Election, for three Electors of President .'1. 1, on Irvie ofsuperior attainment
anti Vice President of the United States is and of elegnut accomplishments,. and line had
liereby ordered to be hold on T 2n**day the Sixth m.. *1. ,,.*,-1.-...-@ .nr s.s...Ing are, havin
a q, sq ,e ,,,t, ,, ,, ,, z ,,,,,g the Tues- t., .. F of 12.athear......a .1 1 le Latin
day v is me.. .i., f.... v ....1.. in said Month) ....2 a -...1, unem.....p., l., .,,e E.,,, .l.) College at
at the I sa .0 .4 P.40....I =1... County of SL* On c.,I.. * and 1.. Ila.- si., 1- n lusti-
Jobu., .. 3 I r..t., .,, .,,,..a. ..l..I.;.aurs i'.......... = allis, site
For it. Augustide Prooint (election to be ..s I 1. 1-. 1.:... sul .1,*---wr Penn.,
held atthe couredrouse) in eators. Butelo ..s us..a.-r .st it.....-, ur.w...: ...I e.nising,-
OhmenaSr. James M. Gouldknd F. J. Qulsey., 31. a st .ight .I.e. 1..,< a.....I.*, 7. ...r ...=. ro, and,
For P.v.IntsProduct. (as the li,...-- .1 J ...,.1. in addition totheordinary studies and the lan-
(2. Ferrer9 Inspeecure, Georg< .1.< J a...-1 guages, will give instruction in Drawing, in
Lee and ames Coles Paintingof variousslyles oils, watercolors Ac
For kenesin Branch preeinct (at Cols. c. .:.11 141,.5 NT..]... ,rn ...r.i. e..1, ...,: ,r.., -...3 This
bulidings.Inspeevers, .Manuel Solano, 8.....1 W,.p.,,............ ..............,.,0 ......1.-
Masters J. and Paul Weedmail. ed teacher, and an accomplished lady; nud she
For indpendence Frecinegat the house of trusts that herefrortain behalf of states Oden luspecttr James Oateen, Andris th South1maymeertthe probathmPand w n ae
r.,r ....-4, so....... ...* put the Mill) In- ....0 .
4.----=$..$. ..a.p...u,, .. rnalists Dupont and Sain 4, I MO. tf.
Aupusu.. 0 pr..:.1, r ur is .=r. 7... -- ---- -
1. 0 ii. It .. r., c... ....2 on .. CITY COUNCIL ROOM.
"v PFOtitMilli011 100 Elet*IIOll.
r et its j N El a in 1.. -. e..1,, as .... ..,:.3 ..r
I .m. g..c.. n, n,,
.l. M .r e ... s... 11. ar.3 al.s.. ,rn

a r clock A o
U.L If bliLLIPS, oAP.M. Hyar. .f
J. .ut. 19. PAUL st M,)or
800. Oct. 18, 1883

titlAIL ARftAftCEntENT4.
Northern Mail closes Saturdays46 99, M.

Sou o I es at ,rdays shd Thurs-
clays at 8 A. M.
Northern Mail ill due on Thursdays andSat-
urdays by 12 P. M.
Southern Mail is duess Friday at 12 M. sad
undays at 6 P. M.
Sunday the oiloe will be open for delifery
from 7 to 0 A. M
OFFICE HOURS From 9 to 12 and 8 to 5'


OTICE is herohy given that an Election ft
PRESIDENT of the United States, will be hel
at the usual precincts in the several counties <
thie SLare, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of Novem
ber proxime. The returns thereof to be can
vassed and forwarded to the Secretary of Stal
in the manner prescribed by law for the canvas
and return ofelectiotifor a Representative t
Congress. The number of Electors to bechosel
se three.
In Tostimony Whereof, I have heroto se
say hand and caused to be allixe
[L. 8,] the Great Seal of the State of Florida
Done at she Capilol, in the city o
Tallahassee, this 3d day of Septem
ber. A. D., 1861).
Governor orFloriba.
By the Governor-4ttest noterrous,
Secretary of State.
Sept. 15, 18110.

allMicilm. \
it V

Theenterprising proprietor of

he n ests no us e ver known
11 ri si ng, j4 osne
off on the community, and whichis injurious to
body and mind. In addition to the certificates
beneath, he has received a Diplorns from the
ditions testinm from DK OsN,2f Bos-

Philadelphia, Sept. Oth, 1858
nu Grho 1 2 av] idy js8aenalpues n a
thetic contains none of thePoisonousSubstance
n aueriFusiliji sich is th anal eterist c
generate use.
New York, Sept. 3rd, 1858.
I have analyzed a sample of Chesout Grove
Whisky, received from Mr. Charles Wharton,
Jr., of Ph:1sdelphin, and having usefully tested
of unit leased to at a tinxic it jn
is ankanusually pure and fine flavored quality of

Be to ,nlil cChemi tS39
Ibove maden chemical analysis of commer-
cial samples of Chesnut Grove Whiskey, which
proves to be free from the heavy Fusil Oil and
rt thi qtif t it r
used in manufacturing it. Respe..tfull
A. A. 11AYES,1 Boyl atte or

For Sale by 0. TVHAstTON, Jr.

No.118 Walnut 8dto e 1 Ma
Sept 8, 1800. sy

Y virtue of an Execution issued out of the
Circuiz Cournor thccountics of Volusianud
breverdinthe Eastern Circuit of Florida and to
se directeld and delurer inta r of lyminia

e buSrbna dn 11 e odse r s: to at a
lawing described land. to wit:-An undiv ded
restdof eje two ml tier is r t
tain grant or land containing its,000 acres more
or in said Breverd county granted to Samuel
j lilled8nta sy f Ju11813and cantrm-
"Yea';.le is postponed until the let
The above sale is postponed until the first
Monday in June.
M2de neu as is postponed until the first
The above sale is postponed lintil the farst
Monday in August.
The above sale is postponed until the first
Houday in September next.
The above saleis postponed qntil the first
Monday in October next.
The above sale is postponed until the Arst
Alonday in November next.
AIT deanl>iosT se positioned until the first
The above sale is postponed uptil the first
monday in Januar a tponed until the first
Monday in February next.
alit."t'A'"'t'"efistponald until the first
The above sale is postponed until the Best
qinh v ei postponed until the Arst
monday in May next. .
11.0 at r,- ol. ... p.napersed .antil theilrst
males.; .rsJurse r..xt.
Its< ut 's alsic sepostponsdasnial.Iho first
9,,..."'> '" "'> ""'*
' The above sale is postponed until the ilrst
Alonday in Angust next*
The above sale is postponed .until the first
fghg Aptem an .oned untt the Arst
"gda in Oct en poned until the Arst
Monday za November ne t.

March 5th 5 She W ze}DrA Suty,,


7 will attend at th
J of city Taxes fo
ween 10 o'clock an

e e ,to a

Ahgust 25 1880

TEREAS a young man named CHARLES
41.*.1 N TP 'tRY, my Apprentice, has
1 ... I 1.11 ..-y one and Employ. This
is bore to notify all persoms against credi-
sing.\allow:ng him to incur any liabilitwo to
n me, no we I lil I am any of his earn-

II. L. llAR'P,
a 6, 1860. Im.

A rac'P dde as dente qeze
Led eskeimmediate payinent io the undersign-
all persons as ag 011' us a t
withi o years, or this notice will be plead
in be their payment.
od3, 1880. sw.


Mrsonshaving any claims or demands
past the Estate of PETER CAPELLIA,
late 4. Johns Coluhty deceased, are required
to e to the saine within two years; and those
n te p in "state are required to make
Att 11 1860. Sw. Execurrix.

person indebted to the Israu of ROQUE
EONAltDYIstoofSt.J emere requested to make :nrnediate pay-
neoMt un asigueal;s I e attall perj

su' I as '.7 .us. shaly nuthenticated
wittwo years, or this notice wili be plead in
batheir pays) 1 INA A. LEON IRDY, -

Agastine,,Tisly 28 186 idatiniso x

PLICATION will be made to Use next
0 oo a Assembly of Florid foLrxa ch(at
t as r g f nubFw n ot" I und

y 28, 1860.


L poisons indebted to the Estatent James
Itiz, deconsed re requested to make im-
ste payment to the undersigned. And ull
has having eleime against the said estate
. )quiredto present the same within two
st.nonce will be plead in bar of
e OSEPH C. FERREIRA Administrator
7-1860. Sw
s 8 RR(I Route
ygg .
as .
A -
Jacksonvills anti MF antithfir
the Rivessfernandinx fla. Ba.
n annah Ga. Blufton and Beau-
fort 8. U.

ne... -

y leave PicolataeveryTuesday nighlat 2
s, ga, M.
e cave Jacksouville ev4ry Tuesday night
n enveFernandinaeveryTuesdaynightat
ea Mswannah every wednesday night

k- are Charlestons. C. saturday Se'clock
by lacks Fla. He
1, 188th 8:a.

ication may be OIRCos--23"I BROADVAY, an ,
posite. tf SO WALL STREET* ,

This ip 4 t ro isattlerco
to the collection g exau( @ staLnods re IgeP 1
860. Hours be- JUdmil \Y BAKERPresident,
Those persons JOUN BODINE, Vice President,
onu8b1m xedo so WM. JAFFARY, Searetary.
. p GRo. 8, FAIRBANKS,
Sweas Ali St. Augaph

e City Hall
r the year 1
d 12 A. M.
.7 gas


e use

occupied .5 -

T EltwoSto to. on
-- -..... St. George Street, o
y Wm. RE YES, to whom app
made r this otlice nearly op

7 1 = 711

$#.AugagilBe St.JOilB'800..FIL,


wastasaxaxTs will be inserted onth

m square, of twels lines ni
A sun a oi sation, th
Turly advenieen so tr allbein
geoneontractedfor. f th
wridagaLasing deddedy the Bature 0 "
a au tithAnho r8 *2
be sharged and abodain excouse
as de on a whis the num-
mer uI same us.. requires, w.u i.o cusanw."
a M charged for all au-
neu..mments us and dues or uses, an as
am piabeg emineed sis
rgminor asamans....
advertisements payable quarborly;
adverthelaeats from gLyougyrs an tranexca
a wFu set oramothers put
One aquare, for isix monks, *
m on & inistra.
pyucatio . 6 00
Algors aid Graditort ? 1J6
Jketism to .
Appliation ten dissuma a Admuna- 10 00
trator * 1 *
W ARhillater Job Printuag, must be paid
an as dedarery of the work.
go ,
70001 110 USE
0001 the St. Johns

furnished 14 is on the Man
at MA shus ra or six miles above five
ash terman n h i

", to ..
taraing tena Too every Mr day unni ch
MM 6 wany ly to -
I A vi Fla.
10 IS$@.

9, EE. CHA35BEB8"
9.4 cleambers. Niinessanu-

(Formerly laoupt a bandDybols,
WMms in the "Sible House,"
ICer. sth Street kAth AYellanes

6 y ecan p oreacOrd
ft'""" ..>.*,,..a,.,we...,
ch sm.

RealthandHappiness flecured I

use concentrated area
assa of Tail
raoonmTsys enous.,
.Lsa smans pension or ross our. -
Anthealong been known here as
That would surely and permanently restore to
aNaturalB eof IthandVigorpersons
The sWatealareinvited retryik

r8 rm a uttyand
thonyonwilisend forthemediome.
15* alwilliastamonth,

a. casess, ...

For sort,
K n
A raluable Medical Treatise on disease and
weakness oftheSEXUAL ORGANS, by
For Sale as above. Price la Cents.
Should be read by everybody.
deptember 1, 18tiU. ]y.

$200 000.
981ces-438'f BROADWAr. as.
7 *'rans*r.
This Companythnsdtron Basidings, iferchan
Shs a oes, in Port, House
bold ture, ta@ ereonal Property
Souerall gaine as or DamRge by 1:re. I
JO N BODINDAKE ,President-
WAL FAPFAlif, SecretaE, Vice President'
Agent, Gk

_ ~ ___ ~__ ~___~_ ____T~ ~ ~I____ _111 __~____ I__ ____ __I~__ __ __ 1__~__~1_~1~

gy *

Eg'THS 78flOF,
(ForniIf II. P DzanAAP,)
e. OWERY.MeW York

e83.1, 8 ..ti orlds is.3.1

hey are prepared to offer great indneements;
Toseire8 o leTr.dedor Cash or Time.-
Maillogana d Warnet

Alan. Carrr on.] no..s.. "'"*ee k.Ilo-in ..nd easu tearrassues.s
I am.lrP LL**MBLE As'Brallas
** ** 4"*' to f luu.
JenD) Lind Rud Edension Pag
.) 1 I asidealie pecially 1. r al.e fourhern Trade,
ens .is far seen wr anslaudiarwrang stay am sir wnw rr vinstrhLt**Prom sh

Alar o Goods Retaffed on TDgg*,

RAme come and or yman somes to us.

Costar's" RatRosell,4IC.EMM
"Costar'8' Bed-bes Exterminator.

Rats-Rosehes--31ice---Mole---Or nd AliM
ydase ugo I .1 the-Alitsquirees-Phas
n short, every form and specinima s,4ce., As.

0 Years established in New York City.....used
y the the
udStation I ent- e--8 City Prisons
Ac.-theCityHotels, "Astor,""& Nichol
c.-agd ly more than 20,000 5-nwase Ja....-
D st Hee.
hem. mggi s and Retailers everwhere sell
1i$** Wholesale Agents in 11 the large Cid
nd Towns.
l@@! IIsitand!!ofsparious Imitaide

" """"t "g;,

08TO h 3te
01 -1860



S eork street, N Y.
Kerosene is also to be obtained at the Alan.
safacturers Prices, of all the New York Whole-
see U.ugghts, urocers, Lampueno and bur.s-
.ug faum amateufacturers and Dealers in Lamps'
N. B.-KER OSENE is the trade.
met rise Kerosene Oil Co., ana all

Wrm one ritouInz*
w@ Is
wria use Tim I.BI.
MORE Brintif W11R I 5 TEQUJim.
men annan
li'o inisfit


Y .
Th$T ONE PAt Kr.Gs
as v us vans a but 7mk
( g ng u a aa
mmpile aspanist and poemnary interest as as
or sale in St. Augartist .
A prH -180*

Ss' Dyspeptie
ORIO( RS the lar-

geS 88 OO RDy IIIO*
dicine in the world.

I00,000 packages
Sold in Georgia and
fourteennwnths. It

Is warranted to

cure, if directions
are plowed, any
CRSO Of Dyspepsia,

Jaundice, General

9 .
tion, Chronic Dsar.
I' (ER, I inOSSg

OpPOSSed Spirits,
AOSs of Appetite *

Painin4he bide and
Bdc1. It is specraj.

ly adapted to Fe*
male complaints; it

prod UCOS Itotund.
if Of FOrm $,11 FO,

Spare Habit

Every invalid
should try one

ag .
. W. W. ELISS & CO.
1 808 BroadWar. New York.
for alls is &#. Asgustille by
April 14--1860.



AS on Unisdevery leading Brandof the day
Give him a callas 4 examinefor yourselves


Ac 1 dr on 6 on
navigation. This tract is heavily tim-
hered with Live Onk fat for ship building, and
eco 2 oa fre or"Lowns
a place called Fish's. For fu ther particular 5

Hats & Caps.
the spire change like a
meroiless showman every
booy must have a new IInt I he
can au. so n, And every body must know all
about the various kinas of ifets in, order to
oppose knowingly such a variety. Twry t.Iday
Psfilm a stove-pipc downto a cheese. with Broad
's.ttT, Be cs m I za 4-vt
Morpl.y Pikes Peak Bonner Sembrero, Jaung
glugU lyT nHeadVentih re Regul t:::
1"" i'1s!""."="2'. .haans'"
lion 12. T. NELSON

FOYB/ 707811
: ,Alarge variety of Weys far the a
xer* as


at noSCOPIC EliP()[tlU <
808 Broadway, New Y ric.
(/!er May 1st, 1860 at 501 BROAD WA7 two
doorefs*one the Bt. 5,,4.abe ll,>.rt.
To stereoscope in cho nu-s amirn ite, us.
teresillig, enterbilling, Amuallig, aUG oz it-
or em inventate,

ledge as worrh and bean13.
No 0me is com to without it, and it USt

w riffigg ni'17 p or
isnd sharpness of detail, as if ou were a the
Eu oT i Lm ri areAn se f ca cort
us and the be stifu nd the reanel mother

of \Ve nav an ininuousedurse g at ,po ni
Ireland. Wales, France. Belgsum. oI ad.
'"*"=Fl=><- H= Ver.-ouths. L L's.d
.r-shunt.1, us. 1. ildise. Incy. Win I(gyps. f in- 11<.1 Lan J. LI..slab le.J... Mai
..elass-alesti. is IIIricalkal. anne .. r
.ace. rus.. 2.. 10...: scenes, pus...I woule.
r y. jjIcrl se uses see seemin.r r sill
nume-Jrole.-I l...r.... II..1)..tu.. .u be el
L ca those unan.n t=d swas as mass
Ewety geoperson of- Cealth and rillu rarnt
essa base sayde stanet weig mn = ...
u e. ank.ardwo 5.@ et

9 enj e t zr.j/ o[nda
cesque and the beautifuh r
are so p a Store cope a
usk n ig the fortieth part of a second, andow-
hing no matter how rapidly it may be mong
28 depicted as Bharply and diktinctlymadit;&U
seen perfectly at rest. This givesanaddissal
walue, for to the beauties of inanimate name is
adds the charm of life and motion. Thero-
earis a discovery of our own, and beasun-
nown in Europe, we receive from Londonnel
airie large orders for Antisony's Instanteous
L iews of Amerients life wind scenery.
Au.oing other thiings we have just pushed
itereescopic illusuauous ol the Seene the
alton Street Prayer Meetings, in whidgany

forwarded to any address on receipt of strap.
$1 T2 ra a e sa e g d sn 5
and such pictures as they may requests by
E ire a one, (without instrumenign be
FM E who wifts to be advised oferdhing
really valuable in the line that cones < may
send us their names to place on recorded we
wd(keeli them posted at our own expel 1
Men offelsure will find Pharographamost b
ase na oardddelightfulenmusment n a
necessary for their success together in-
structiona "Howtotake8tereoscoqoBres.'' &
Importer and blanufsetirror of Pholaphic
NIslerials, Stereescopenand Stereescopiews. t
g@P Merchants from every secuof the
country are respectfully invited to main ex- 8
amination of our stock, as our discos the a
to w la graphers.-Fclass a

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PRE3H 0 ACH'OPURCH ossues as da ansci an n

AHER e to Ir a n e ood a wr owpan r no
;?,9, 1 ." ,,"'\::2 ;?"* accompanied with them y 1
'"^blenuef is in thanwo ade n 5)I dout agnaarad n
We wish it understood that this isNo sy, send me orders for any rely upo it if th
but a fair and legitimate sale, in which put u) with great ca a a etatt 9 wUI be
!"st"ith'th'i"t???'da'";2: -::6 --s**-a- f:.:
TACHED, OR A GOLD LOCKET, we E b lo e Sh3use over twenty dollate
each, whnch cannot be bought at any retire foh have here a li per cent. ott, Mr cash...
for she same price; and in audition to tar- scrumansitswas..s or a rew or may larg. .
chase, each person receives a Premiumw-
g,4,'y b g=?"ggs="gmage on roo on
NO MONEY RISKED! ', "ffa reochbroad loth, Dode a in Cm
.We propose to let a person know whe- yeed Cloth, fancy Cassimers, Ladie
... a sn',"Milte"'""::??d?"it f!!""&::L*",,: fly: *E*
"'""""""'"" '"'""' "''"*** "'"****** **
address, sadng whether dey want thesil much Prints, Lads and uses Mer
""' so"'.. il) '"'.7,"LL
a.v. m., wing. .<.am, aa
choose Nov.
bu .P. 6 a n fe )
itae.narr can acle or traJe sheat Celes. AltBI OE GUlDE-Bei ae l
a...... reassu.e. 1 ...

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$"!",tA"' "i';"'lp at kh gh je nous rn ve too a
Kny person sendag us $26 for our ill glish language, by WM. YOU 0, AI. D. Thi
receive a Pencil and PenandPremingg];- IB Maily a valuable and interesting work. a
eund Premium, free. is wraten in plain language for the
or milpartientar.anna for ahasten reader, and is situatrates we nament
or Looked, granags. All young married people, or
Among ear Premiums are articlesider contemplating marriage, and having the ha
Ladies and Gentlemen, such as Impediment to married life, abould had
Gentlemea's Gold and Silverch* o ela se a ebrer o eahe
OS, Gold Vest and Guard the beloned up and not lie about the A E ans6
use ex""a 2"."'.=., abe j a 1 p phoTwpen

can shirs see. via. ... wi;.,,, gy .. .?,=^.7
So adcarf dP ne style; Go ass No Le ED DoUNF RTITNATE,.,
FOR LADIES, your see yourself under me care nydat
We, have Gold Watches, Florentine, 3Gold of the notorious QUACKS-native or Ioreiga-
adn a Ti stiarnet and Coral ins ".@ eir 9Dire my other aper, god
Buttons, Gold 45elt kilides, Gold Rin he. it carefully. It will bothemeansof saving ygg
..Also, lianos, Melodeens, Musical Ao- asany a dollaryour heakh, and .poseshly year
cordons, Ec. to.
* Unexceptionable references givetever DR. YOUNQ ean oe cousalted on any of the
required. diseasea described in his publications, at hip
>. B.-In sending year names, the amoe, No. 4115 race strue, aboveFourch.
State, County and Town plainly, someld Augues 26, I at
.*102 C IAN m OS Dates Gum Drops Reek syd ag
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WOULD respectfully inform his friend*
and the publiogenerally, thathe is always
for sale as St. Augustine 'y prepared to execute any orders, in his
line, which they may favor him with. He has
]], E. CARE, on hand, and za always supplying himself with
April 14-1800. the most fashionable Goods, such as superior
French black, blue and brown Cloths, black Doe
skin, and Fancy Cassimers, Venings, Neck
EGLTABLES, ressCars, & e. 1 sl\ lers executed in the best style dweiki
sept as-ases annahip, or ...b air.

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sn a

Tu ours a role

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are a
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Trade, by Mail or are
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Agents, OR HIANGE ty