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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1860
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JBtisiiless Cards. ;hc : I \\itliin twelve miles of IVkin; empties ir.to was drawn to an nllcrmtiol between an of Europe; and had thoroughly acquainted<1 from the murdei'Bns'* ot the Oramt
lmui g JriClUl, the Oiilf 'of l.t which ft portion\ of officer of the impeiial 1 guard: nnd nn old himself with politics, science nnd literature Fort;, A reserve of six hilndrcd'mcyi'wait.

BRICK-UYIN6 AID PLASTERING. the Yellow c: It was the intontioiwof man who peddled delicacies: in the neighboi 01| c\'t'l'llnnl. During the life of the Emperor dercd at.seven o'clock, when it waH/qnlta. '
fUBUSIIED EVERY SATURDAY. tile Allies to ascend the river with the nmjority ,'hood of tho palace. The officer* drew who died in 1890, ho had dark; attackjimo fortification: by JiindV. ,
3epb. O."lOSTINUES Tny1or, of their vessel ns far (Vijrient-sin, his sword, and 1' only hurled )".ho peddler's refused nil invitation to reside 'nt the imperial Right g.ilInntlytth llbraTB-'Britishcn"-: -
I :IMIOMiC1IOEI61..0[ IF.D\!! SCALE,. or, riucrs nn.J |'iixicced thence to the wnitol! by lauil. salver of knick-knacks into the court nnd assist at its couucis and tor vauccd! to the nflYar( through the, 8 tnQ\ I

i / to tarry and on will the be above buslnco receive In To be etiaryeilby the Pre. of flirula far every Jutription Thil they 111ollbttdlouM have done, street, but give him a couple ofngly thrusts that. reason was suspected a member ding swamps, but a gallantly ": .

a VH portion IU of branches the patronage. of the pirawd! puhlic.to Ornamental .' of AJrcrtininy, : Jjul for the .ircuimt i>ce'f abo\o alluded into thc arm. The IItlll eyes,flashed ofthe' Tria'd Society. After the COI'a met by the Celestials, ,Who ,completely re IS

work done In ai good style a can 1 h. accom [,\ OPTED HT THH EDITORIAL COXYENTI0N.1] Co. with indignation, and quietly rising1. to his nation! of and tho inaguration of pulsed them, and they retreated n Joss
plUhod by any one in the State Entire Mtisfno ... On the 1 Out of June the IIqt.holl. ) moved feet mil grasping a staff1, which ho tho existing revolution, certain treasonable of three; huuJre,1 and tweilty-sit'.of the
lion I I. In ease, and work done I Sqimro, (ocellllJli1jt'he)) : | | npnce of 12 Brevier linc, I. carried for six and woundcd-I
guaranteed every on to an (Uichiragc iininctliately off tile bar ol more protection than n support documents of a most startling character hlnJlec killed} AUpontho
orIessouetuiseltioi .
.reasonable tern, 1 ) .. .. .. .. $t oo !
llo will likewise upcrlntend the making For every subsequent iim>rtion. ,. .. ... 60 t) the Pi'iho. Ali>\'e the bar, whi'h'l.nn11 be to age approached tho officer. Too latter wero put in cironlatioii.Jirthie province c (ifChi.ii 8I e! of thl. er'o 'Van-low" 'knew}.
and C1r burning of Brick.\ I ,Sijiwro' 8 innntlii .. ,.. .. .. ., C 00 crossed by vessels of any lol! ih'lhlo ton- ttu'nct to (10)I.t, when tho stronger stoppcd -, and Ynu-low was prononnccd the depended tho fortunes of tM'dRY:; 'As tho
.: Feb. 4th, 1860. 61-ly 1 in-intlii .. .. .. .. ... 8 l"l) lingo only: nt high the, three distinct bar. tho origin ot the oulyjman: in thc Empyq; capible: of writing ,enemy sprang: into the ditch, ho recklessly
1 1 .Nlr. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. . 12 00. liershiul etfhstructotlhilufromtho (hitliCIiit).. ordered arrest lie seized n torch! nnd jumping'upon tho" outer 4
J) rnp:! >}{J Wrn:@ Ift 2 -1 .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. Sooo and I'Cl'l of "When, is mandarin. thcl., mb'unla'tns Illh.rn shot struck tho"
!' 3 II 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2500 l'I'N1 innrxliy: banks the river rose beggar ma.ll a 1will escaped to .the of )Intchoorin. wal. a him in ..bronist/tmd
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orob.nn.1: : ; T al.: r 0 r 4 II 1 II .. .. .. ..,. .. .. SO) Hit I I of breastworks: and fOI'iiltillt, explain replied thc'ofliccrcontemptuously. since: which linio hejiad been : back- .I f- ., _
-AflbEALIRIN'RendyMado : J column .. .. .. .. .. .. .10 HO I(j I II eoinniandina; tho entrance nUll. gl protection tutu was presumed .bo dend. .Under time Thus feU the hero of
Cloth tig II i II .. .. .. .. .. .. co oo to the barriers. Time first of tho The Rtrnnger quietly turned to the peddler circumstances. it is not at nil strange 'that was tho ..fct ry.won. .Taku"nnJ..tu"
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GEXTLEMEJiV l.UUr consisted of I sinjjlo "row of h'ol who had crawled towards him for tho count il wero somewhat startled nt limostihlen hlldl'cl and forty-eight men in' killed-ami
AND FURXISHIXH HOOD:*, ) ntul pgiil Notices to IIP. clmrgod the stake mid protection., in of tbuJ'c.fowncfl -the about "half'thatimnilJer.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Irnnoel'nt.1""ri.I'III"It,, some Ihleo 01 flll'lcct apart, extended appearance _lhel'midst Clin e
ALWAYS! keeps on hnnd Cloths, (.' IIIH'reA. Not'u-e Mmina of Iiinnitaliin n 4 AiliniiilstriiUir except, lor ( across tho ,' 1t'I' the first grand !VSpeak," said }he, "nnd do not fear yon scholar. The fel.t suffered a I loss1 otseven
HE Votings, Fancy C'oatiugs, Ac., \vliichlieisprepnrcd I which tire charge! ulinll bo ., ... 10 00 bati cry. The s cond \\ as about four hundred comnrd.That did ...yoiK, lo merit such "W.o have heard of 'jon.'%,.rphicd -the ,'c8lcs. I bci* Time body of .Yan,i low
to ninki1 up to order In a woikmnn-liki' Ai1tvrll"tfinpnti hnll.1.lln l i fur publication,, nut ppc,<- feet above the II'st.: and consistc.l: ofiinment'bLli.'iiii treatment ?" J Em|>oror, "nnd much that h s*"cen. told wnl{akcl Pekin, and burk'd(, with;every
innnner and on the most rvnoonablc t rm.. I Ifl big t tlio number of I in"'eilions, to l>u |MiMi,licil anti hemp cables: stretched. "I'ofnsod to "giveJiim} cakes without pay. siieaks better of your learning than loyal honor, nnd tho Kmporor'ordered a.;monu-
Fehrimry 2Mli: 1860. I ly till forbid, fInd chnl' oj I" neror.111I1ev" llLoeItllh across the "tl'III( : and Hiippoi) .ted by iron For these six months past have I given him ty.': melt to' be raised above \\tl; When', tho

8ACIIC 4c POTTER, It.. pile!;. The third, doinu di.staneu abo\ctlio daily of( my little 's ock, aud ne\er a cash Ynn-low bowed, and remained silent.- visit Taku, they wilt' demolish I-

AMBROTYPI3TS AND PHOTOOKAIMIKKS:: -, RpccAnl'una; a }pectili.nly: shaped( boom of have I I'clwivc.1"' For some'momoiits not a word was spoken. it's stubborn defc,!!& < .

(From Oaleettmt, 7un.,) I I Literary Reading. ,rough timber, firmly l looked together with "h tllt inquired the strnngcr."I The Emperor seemed absorbed: ii thought, -_. '.-... .a..# V
HAVK: permanently Inented RtTnllulinMee, ntiil rope :and ehiin.A I : know of nothing elsevrcpicd! the ]>ed- awl tho cOllnci sat gazing w illi evident awe lilIDOEDEIJICATION.: V '
y lie f"un.lnt their new Side. Light lnllury the vessels dropped'! everything titer, bowing respectfully to one who pos- upon Ilnn. hose mind;; tile people 1 \ '
on. Monroe :Mreet.Stetimlnolype : ., THE HERO OF TAKU T was quiet] in the "I'llt 1llor.. b.irruin. : sod the nerve to question{constable, : of the sit rested the mysteries bf hU\\cl: and "Once 1)01a) tiro"ll IowIIanipalfre; : ,.
*, Anilirotypes. nnil PIiiitogrni1n'p.nn11ty .. ,1 Tlie! fortilicatiiiiis, \I I.'I Kmiieror.'tVou Clt,I. 'r' they dcdicntcd I bridgor* and i ivoniig ioitedI"
) etiH'iitdl.aiul: In the most approved \le.
IVturvt tnk.." on I'litHit Lonther, convenient rtj for ..... I ing capacities 1 of resistance: was carefullymnskcil : have done this, \oO'hn a wrong ," "Yon have told my subjects that they lawyer had to dcllyeij ,an ,9rutior "Te
,pooling III ".ttc..*. /mbrnlyix'A nml Dng.ierreo !lo ACCOUNT: OF* HOW TIlE M.LEESVIIl: : looked desei ted. and defenseless, said the stranger" to the ; "alt must: were oppressed-wrongly go"cl'nlt.-igu o lawyer never yet i I' after a?{ \
typieopli'.l.( all.Il'lIlnrt..II. ifMosireiJ.. Brenrt 1'ins :and scarcely n elozl'lclson were seen in make amends." rant-brutal," said the Emperor with some practice' had tho hnuor'of bcnWvrctamoi( ,
Dl'J\; Tim AT 1 HE OP THE
MOL'l VE1IIO
nii'l lk.'I. fillcJ. Entire: sall.fictloll1 Jjivca; or norhitrge the Sll'l..tl of Tulcii-a small; village just ''JisII" returned tho constlmk', disdainfully hesitation. 1nn.loLowed, nndr ho con nnd the oppottutiity of establishing: a r pntutioii -
innJiLrWpUinCeVlOlh' 1859.;; -- AND OF HIM WHO DID) IT. ,i ux'iblc! behitid, the soutlii'in line of batteries.; ; examining the stranger flout head tinned : "1 11"0 spoken to lhl'I a was admirable.. The day cume:and
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--. An) ;nfl'ieer 1.1 sent :hol'I'.ith commu to foot. n who kllowsnl thing-tho cause ..with it to the. bridge qamo' the multitude *

Let not I tile ""I.\lel'lWl'Qllma: tint: China,: IIll'atiol finiii I the .\.Imill I i )rcTieslinp: the "Yt'I, )'OIII. ll"t was: tha emphatic: m answer. evil, -tho remedy. 'all com plaint.5: olnl and the orator lie Iml made no-,written
T. M. PALMER with) its! lour hnmlicd. millions of nuiil-t, is! rotvoval of( the I Ito: ri-lops i thennthoiitli"i I : ;. learned you this wisdom, nnd trill whom? preparation, thai: lid had been,told, 4 J
without treat. minds, without !scholars, vv ill-I: I The ollicer was: informed! that the works ",''cum of the woild !" roared} the nilicer, Speak tho truth, if )'Il expect mercy I" un-lawyer-liko lawyer 'being shp ose'dto
Outs; thinkers) nn.ll'eaiOnt'l.tI: without men of I had 1'1.t'1 erected as a protection t against: drawing: his 1\01.1. l'Jlcal'h01 how to 'itniow reverently pointed nbove. "Ear- bo capable of "speaking ,without,note.or

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL lilicnd, nnd enlightened \'iCWII. It is: a hindof : pirates and (t tho IJI'lcl': ) should bo.rc. address( 1 a conlilJe': I Il' : : person' ; I ly in life'I \ my ignorance there andjirayed notice any / oA"nnYII1.
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DEALEll IN- wonders, 8oc-i.il and 'politic:*), but an movedithln. forty hours.. Thetuodays :nnd he llourished his weapon: ill I the liice. of for wisdom. 1 learned thu Ungu- ject, in a style of thrilling ;eoqlcnce. S ,
even grade of i ignorance, superstition aiulslavish :. { having: c.l, ;till,II nothing I illI\ the stranger. V ago of other nations, nnd,rend their books. our orator trusted to, tho OCionr: ,
Domestic e s t and d Foreign Drugs, fluhinisrfion to thu exactions of tower been dune cap tho way: of removing ,ilg 'V Tho hitter: did. not 10n muscle V'V nnd I saw: -\pardon my hotnt-q,' 0/-Majesty I stood. upon tho platform, and; abiJ tho profound .

through all classes! H not among t them., barriers: Admiral Hope! wroto n furm.tl the constable? : dropped], his: arm in astonish -that the people ; whol you ruled nUolltiol of his anltCtO commenced
Choice, Family :fIcdlC'lne!!, There) never has: been n people HO deeplycnfeloped 'note to the authorities, informing Ihl'ltht I llnt. were groping in darkness: owing to 'their : "Fellow citizens, fh'oa Jfory cnrs
] ii"OW : J'ID! : in tho night of hnrb.irian: : I igno- should the cb.strnUinns( in tlio live nolbiiremoved "Wh-it: 10Ill',1I by 11 beggar: ?" said: another i'wltiollIom the cnligliteifcd world, and ngo, this bridge. built by your enterprise ,
FUflToilet Art des I1Ifltt that ,Route, 0110 did not iso in its b)'Jlio 2tlh of June, so n: to allow officer, at that: i moment approaching.ufd \\1'0 wisl'onr: ;in their' own esteem.. In wa part nnd parcel of tho iiowflmig'wlImler...
I midst, and, with, a souL, warmed by the to'lie'l. Ministers( to proceed to observing, the moveiivnt ot his com the history of nlioOi tred the fato ness 1" Ho paused I moment.. /'Vesfcl. -_
; S PERFUMERY, HAIR DYES. &o., &o.1uItI.e1IJAn. breath. of divinity pen'etrata) the moral 'i"ltlil, as had been decreed: by tho Kmperor panion. .Ll me thol you how I d"ilv of China. I beheld t the vision'of i 'Arlokhe low l'iti1t'II, only f\cnnJf.ty years 'Ogo, ;
) 21.16004( 'tf ilarkiicsa: MiiTOumling: him-pointing to alight he should proll'cllo clear: time road. ith"spceulat'mg .sines.' 1 JIo ell'l'l his whom ,your grandf.ilhcrbuhondod within this ,bridge, where was part ..

JOSEPH BOARDMAH, : )beyond which othcM! could not Ill..., On the 23d, ele; t'l t.t.('ihoeswls crossed" sword nhm1IIhl'I, ;it at the Ilonl.ll of .Ihe walls: of tile piison: U -- nJ the full nail parcel of the .11\lng wildehiess.. V
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Washington Block llihliConlCr. ot and listening to voictH heard by himsell the 111" (tilt) icm.iindcr" tmablo to (oliovvcontinuing tho strijifgu I filment of the prophecy ot tho martyred .\gtl: he paused. "AOot,go on I" wu-
I &('oni and, Mulberry Streets,) :alone. Killed lh gieat thoughts hich nt .their')niit4ierac out.side. On :j Tim I ol.1lall'a.I : I i I I ,' nrous' s.igo is: at hand. ''Ono.year ngo you prom. : Hero wns tho ",.umb" '.'I : necessary
.. MACOX, GEORGIA, I they could not1'11 I tlc I CI' Ll', suc.li I men the moiiiiiitfuf i )h *Slth, lilting; n-ci-ived :|' cd. I lnt Ihfl'olgI'y" ; hi. 1! i isml to admit representatives'of thoi to repeat, that this bridge;, fellow -

-I'RtKK!: IK- i hav'e: cither nvoidid l the coiiiiiiioi| : : hip I ot I' Ill) answer in liin ',uVt.I', the Admiral. oi.K' 'r-1:I h'MvjVjstaff': nI'lw.ltlw. )riir: with IIII fury i tlirco mightiest nations of earth within time. citi/jCiis, only fni.nn.-O.ty} )'CIII ago\waspart

Law Medical I..ichool and"IJl.tiik .iIoeUaneoUJ : thdl'llIIw.., or rudely. told their dre.niHnnd :) ed Ihc foimrilion of un assaulting: ; i i pal.tof :,: I I '\" litth-t I I a I | With t one' blow IK- I walls! of j In (ii roe months and 11wlng wilderness ;
i? : become: tho deities: i>f their race.Zorasttr .- 700 nicn\v" lio vv' ere phVed I oni<,:ivd: a luiui- I Knn.Ai'il; t "ltil.ilh',1; 01)1 iho hands.] of, tli"in <"' they will imlllallcl.1:1: to inako good. yourill.olilisu. mull w'ill conclude by saying that I wish

;, ii J J : 11 Confucius, Odin, Mnlioinmct lur of jllki prcpaied) to 1''II' % 111'11.-- ,J I ':aivst, a n.h with: :nnother 1, felled I hill I.thecailh. : 01 will 01 relnse." I know it, -I wish !it was part and parcel of it, now.,

i, IJoolv9J"Stationery, DrawingMATERIAL. and, in fact\ tho founders, of every. Nothing WIIK done during tho I I u1.i'' hrtMOOII : I : : The other! s.ived himsilf,i ,I by beating i for you have strenglhcned. forts at Tuleu. | *1.! .- I -I II '
4d.. *e. heathen religion are ov.'imples.: God IIIIU alterdiik i t thl''l' IJal ti' (" 'CI were : ffAonlir\\ promptly atUmluJ to. them poets, :and their followers! made thelllgl ) to I"L I lie (. .aiact('rot tl.cli.iiiior: *. I to i tlio, Ilil'en: inn ii, and found: him dind.Tltf&hlow : nut! you will bo forced to do what your such process making love. '1lu' ariioo| '"
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Slny Blot' 189. __ lyr The bn.its: passed; vvUhont: dillieulty bet\v ecu i h.nl: kilk'd hi'ii.: S,iti tiding himselrUu f.ilhers should hnvo done two rentuiios cannot bo mmmIlmiif': cture ,It is, snontaneoiis --
:.WJII.IVSMJSISER.MAXfFACTl'RKR Hilt 1 beg tho pnrdon 1 of dirty for t Irespa.ssing ( I tho stake of the lir.,l bnriicr, nnd one of I on I TIC ground, which )he his: ...> them reached: the third, bn* t Ito obitruutions ( uy"il al'll"t 'The council looked at each other in a- : fl'OI a spiritual seed' a .
.. OF- thoroughly) turned and. I cult iYlltd. .;\lyllJCi | were found to In almost irmn\IWl': : i by) 1'nl1'tI'I'IUl'rU: ;' ni.I Ilcl sealed. ). lzemcnt. for tho idoa of resisting: I ratification warm material -soil,"ntul i is plante t ht
Tin I 1 ( ii himplto remark: ithout exciting t I An explosive (\'liIUl1'Ini/ fired under" tho self- coolly besi.Jj; hij VOkl, :1 iho' nothing of the treaties"of 1158 liad not flower, and half heavenly e.xotio. 'A*
,Copper, anjStieellron'WaresiWIIOI.KSALK I :, c"l''dall'owll'r., that China: is not an cx. ,middle Lan'il'11url: : illg it considerably.From : had: hal'II'II'1 been whispered beyond the walls of Yuti. the soul survtvcs tho body, so the, divino
ASD' RETAil. IEAI.KI I.V: I I 'I'lion' to tho intellectual: fact in hlllllnllI'I'ogl'1I ) I In Obl.rvct the Cist" show III more Iu'icf The alarm ":illco you know so much," said thoKT essence of hove survives i it's vn!ionaI' instinct. V

V r I I' (so emphatically en 0110Latoil. On of resistance. A 11'f' was (opened upon the was given, nll.111 five the stranger : peror, rising in cxl.itcmclt..make that .- This is ahyiiys'the'caso whsrc'tle
&fvFiilJ OPT ISiW ''yir the contrary, every year for centimes ('ost boats crews, and they retired, having 1 as m rested nod conveyed* lo prison. The kuowicdgo: of value t your Sovereign, or sentiment is genuine. But unfortunately
French' German, English & American Goods. hall given birth in the Chinese Empire to I learned nothiijg I i i t more important: and I bay ll'xtel1: Iw was brought before :n lan,1ril, by the bread ot your fathers, thc fate of spurious love is as common a*' 'parlous
House Furnishing Articles of Ii men who have :achieved, meiitcd distnuti'inamongtheir ; Hay frralifying, than that the Celestials: :andptaccdonlii.il.. : ; Ho I Arlok shnl bo yours You have studied money, and as frequently pasO olrrenl.
Every Description. ; eo'sIltrvInell.411 nit,' !lciCIICl' qndI I were ilitvrmicd:, to n-sint tho passage of killing, nnd rose in defVnco of tho act IIoitlated the n.t lie barbarians--let I 'practice _4-'._ I
-- I liteiatme ; who liavu( told the people ot the to Tientsin.: Xo more guns l iho circumstances: of the homicidetho of them save your life I You sayho\ works A girl six of 'screamed .to V
STOVE HEAD-QUARTERS.hnu2 I j I.J tll': r..ll'I'ulatim: : :aud IIn O',10.lI10.Ii: ofI were f Ii j than wereubsulutfly ""'JI 'I'.1 to I insolence of tile oiTicrs, Ill who atTnkii will be leveled. Let us see what hum little brothyt years "ago ob, you out .

UB A full ami uniinly}KUtlM alwapon) fltoVK*4. Cuoling of COOK1XO N t.n.( .,* I'AK-trimluej :- I improvement ; who have denounced t the. I .T tholltJ', and nothing was dune I had') disgraced the uniform of their imiightvIilast'Isthjeir ; your wisdom h.'is dono for you. The French nothing; PCaIiL { COnIC right in this, minute
i ridiculous traililionil policies ot government ikvtti'1i I the furmid.iblu. character: the nttuck him !tor I II and will ascend the
daringto English to
mllli neatnrM, antl warrantf to gIve\ i"-ifiitMitUfiictUin. tl j 01 upon attempt or I will beat you till tho skin comes off.
Tliey can bo iliijipeJ with Kifity tu" and been.beheaded Ibf' their temeii- 41tcll(4Iavhighit. I I raiso his, : \oicu ill defense of.the weak, Peiho. Can: you Mop them at Tnku ?' "Why, dear, what do mean?
,*DIn1tOf tbe country. r. j i I It ty. Seventy years ago, Arlock, the poet' came, and iho forts Bcemed ,dc- au.llh,' unfortunate result.! Xor did. ho "'I can !P' wns tho emphatic: reply, where j\ngoll you such talk as you that ?"-
-..: GARDEN ABO FIRE IRGINE3.'I j and scholar, discerned in the future the Irl'lcIMI"lnl\\ Preparation: : were imme stop I there. Wanned with thotibjoct, and. "Then do so, nnd time highest plnco in exclaimed the mortified mother, who .tool .
Kolnry.; Huttlon. *n4 Force I'uinp ulth 'Uiil.lKr !,Jjjjte of ..h .t policy which the enlightened : la.l\ the AHirs fir dCStl'ilg seemingly forgetful of the peril' ho was in, lie council shall Lu)""111'' Fail, and )your talking with a tri 'ld. Angelina's: childish V
IrM-4 uttielitd .for inpiilyiii| rinntHlUin' 1.II/tIlU l): ; i! world doclmed' ], in 1858, should no IclIIgtrc.it..IIforen.1 the barriers, and attacking launched forth into denunciation of Iho head 811:1 answer" for it !I" 'thw
with urttUr. from "ell*,e1.i.rll *<>. Kugliiw: ; feiuokcSWik" the of 1850, if resistance offered o'clock I IIS be reply was a good commentary upon
I'c\'ollliol l : was was 2 i ignorance of lh ) ill ( it returned
made t.. orJrr.l I'T I nno corruption :' pow shal Yan-jow; "yet manner of speaking to children:
on the : tl.e i in tho ntt rnoon before wero er, from prime minister to thc mandaiin : will I to f tho. gatheringtoriouts
di/clltlcl Ynng-t"c.1iI
t Sliop: Work>C every Jiwrfpttmi' iloiw 1 y Iho'ttc: 10t Iu'omi. lny "Why, mother, yo'u see we arc ptayi'g;, m
All orJcn at CnltI.1.11.\ th 1 into position t hit) then, in thc "act ofcondemning foe shall Intro buen driven
the very but workmen. proniplly at ; \ ( Ih'nWI JJchil.llh tl/\rlI. \; wni pcihnps, thl and bo's my little boy, and I atn
tCII .Tullalmioee. Felirunry IRAK 51-v. : did not tell of the defeat of : ,! :a ;:- "agl'IJ"u: : made through the lower ho uttered contained n treason, and I ""Kiioiifih; !I" replied; the Emperor. Turn all." : morning; thl) r.1

.' I and FIllIc. at that point, however. That !; ol"t'lIcl inll. T-vo vessels: one bc.irLig the every sweep ot the arm a defiance lie ing to the council!, ho'contiiiued : "See that ;
Professional Cards I was I'lsult of a circumstance which a : Admiral. immediately: passed thufiist 111allrI.lle spake as no man h.id: spoken since the days Van-low bo 11'0ilet ,with such means n =' 0- "
: A schooltnastor who had inveterate
= -- --- =-=. .=-"---- --= prophet alone could! have {OI'CjI'II-nllllo the Bceoiiij I 1'lil'I'. F'I'men ot .\llvk. and the terror of his ho.may il defunso ot Taku. ; an ,.
r-A. I'eeler- -, :M."I:; >'., _' i it& i did not fluim to'l'c\'C' hIM ill ormatillrol,I II nlolt the forts, nn.l ,rcMslanco: Im'ilntc.1hilu it froze time co'ICUC\ Let his voice be. obeyed in -all things. 'I habit motive of IIH talking: could to" IlimRelr was soT asked Ilo'ro.pliod what.

Having ritnurtdloMontlevllo.FlorMo' "'11eOlllillue \ 'i!I a source more mystciious th:1 the history was scarcely looked fur. Xj gongs \CI'U 10\11 1:1,1lil, cronuhed upon his havo said: it.. 1"6
the Vructii-e of MvOicino Iu nil Awite IIn.11 I I of the past.: He went (irthcr? uitti? his: : beaten, no clarions sounded, no boisterous liol: in awe, Iitlllt the power( npparenlly Yan-jow was conducted totin( apartment that ho had two good and substantial
Chronic>\livait A. He may li.. f.nin.l lit ull Imiiu. ;! predictions-HO lar in f't tat tho Kmpo-: ) I demonstrations usually accompanying Clli.nl' of stop to tim torrent of ill the palace, and there left to Immature hiiplall reasons. "In the first place,. ho liked to
I when not l.roI..lon.lly.t..nt.. at lib rcbiJcsure. on, I i ithfe Il'o closed his: mouth I ol'C1 I', by separating' c warfaie : nil ominions hilenee nigned treason flowing from iho lips of (lie reck. : He knew what was required. He pro talk to a scnuiblo man ; in the next placa
South-wwt corucrjrf IIotrL J'ulillu Sjtir.i" Wu.t it fa'.1 his t-IioiiMoi'.s. throughout' the works that were soon to lens stranger.' \\'hcl* the orator had] lini.sh- ceedcd to the Him.si.iu embassy: which six ho liked to hear a sensible mal talk." >
Blnrkburn'a
of February Col. 18th ISO. My "Thus perish all jailers aguinst the huticli torth Ill'ath and dc'slniciiun to a cd, the nri'i.-.t.lte:: ) lacked the (courago to weekg! before had arrived at Pekiu. Con- -...... .
most enlightened govcrninc on the sneering foe, nut give to Chinese history sentence him, nl.llio vas sent to a higher net-led with it were seventy men-many A man asked another, ",vh b i" tho/
A. C.' :fICUlltl, 3t. D. .cal III !" exclaimed Jh. Kmpcror, a tho I i its greatest: military. tiiumph., Let. ns J!leave tribunal! for punishment.I of them were officers who had served with heaviest quart of gin or : of wa .5.. VI
.]lo')$ OP.\TIIJC PJIYSICIAy, news of execution of tho poet reached ': thc two vessels approaching the fclmllln' lie time: of llio stranger spread throughout distinction in tho Crimea. The KussionMiuibter I ter? "Gin, most l'urrcdly. for I saw :
Montkello, 7ori7.t.. ''Jill). I nor, and speak: of YIlol', the city, and! his Jjold defenso was the warmly seconded the views of man: who two. hundred pounds
'July 16_ 1839.: 81.9-11.]. I spoke of a "circtimslance" eonnected Takl-Uu'r hU'J direction thc 11Uci i1 general ihume of '101'cr"alioll.: Scow ducmed Yan'-low, and thin ty of his suite disguised staggering under qnal't of "in, wbcl ho .4
with the defeat of tho Allies at the mouthof of the (;irand Foit' canied siu-'i t 'I'lil,1l I him a divmity I -the hmg.looked-for as Chinese, ncconipaojed thc philosopher could !have cniot1 gallon ot water with
'w. 1>. T, M. r A LUCK, M. I'
,.n.U'.h.TAY1OE. ... .,' .H..:.. .,.,. ..,. ... .. ..:.: the Peiho, in June, 1839., I purposeMjing havoc into Uio Allied fleet, ftnij j>iled the 3K'inh-and tho less superstitious: pronounced Tuku. With unlimited means nt their ease." .
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'Dr Taylor. & Palmer, something farther in. relation to Iho ( contiguous rnarfchcs with dead and d'ingenrmieM him a man: who held in ,LU grasp life cOIIno, nUll a thorough, knowledge of -.!. I IA
.;j' 'JTontivfllo, P/QrMti. I alfciir: --somethini; 01tlle.1 from a source secrets of every sect all profi-ssion* mil appliances of. modern warfare, tho .Yankco liditor, noticing the decease -:
t .creuhtllut; to Practice In Co Pttrtntnktp.. ill eVery way reliable'something remarkabk : I 1':11):: in the Kpiing of 1850. a strange the learning of the world. His books and formidable; defenses of Taku; wero completed of ril'l Kubscrihcr obcservcs tLnt "lie hw:
"... : that it niiist api>enr, ho\c\r jtl.iinly !"Iilg old man appeared in the streets of wi kings had l.eul'tlzellnl.l examined by before the arrival of time Allied fleet at died. regretted by a lUIrOII circle of
'tlar b Uth 1859: 1YDr. told. more like a tl'llk of tiliol thair thc PeLin. la 1 city of four millions of souls, the court to which lad sent, but the mouth of thu Peiho. Their strength friends, and now l leaves 1 wi.Jowho had '

Robert Scott, I Dimple! recital of ffct. 1101ltl.1 itiali"btrailgciookmg old no ono) CCII rend. them. They wero inbai was most ingeniously tisgliKCd. and to thq unrttmtroMed* possession, of $.0,000 per 4
MOSTICEI.LO, FLOR'l'A,. That the narrltive may not lack consistency man" might have been observed: at thu : Lnli:1 character and therefore Ll'ono this circumstance may: atlibuteel, in a annum."
trOll W. Vrofuwloiial Service to tbe citizrnif it inay be necessary briefly to refer to same: lime, but none so strange as this one. thl comprehension of the learned measure, tho defeat ot Allies.- V -.. ..- V

.*. )Maotlcella fafth 1. iq.sq and) Ticlutty. CmC. the :11'0110 of the Allied fleet to the He was slrangelr dud, walked! with his.ejcubent The exploits of the ktrangcr: reached the 'rcat Cvrli6catiou.iirest-ntc.l the appearance Stng Cccc..-The'Lnrk'ota Billow tree, .
-- !, thl river leading toe imperi: rtrangefy to the earth, aud was: ears: of tiTiEin1eror] and imjtcrial 1 of being almost deserted and JI"maltlul, burned to ashes, vinegar
f" cQn.j
O. File capital, and the objects I rJ its mission thlthcr. strangely)' indifferent to everything t Il 11. was assembled at -i'liti, and he wassynj: r. while they really; bristled with and applied to tho part, wi remove all
4 'UTOUXT ..LND CJOUNHELLOK AT LAW, In June, 165, Lord Klgin, 15ihNhMinister Jiiriiig round him. N one seemed to know He stood before the august body, 'and in and secreted fifteen thousand men, llldl'r gllns eornror cxcresenceu on any part of Iho'

en; : .J13nIkd2o, Fl. r.i 4r/. I to China, fcueceeded; in ringing "hint. :1II.II.c. did} appear to wUh j it olh- prL'pfnco of the ruler of tho \vuihii." Ho the command: of Yan-lovv and the Uussian body..uid.. _' .... _. ._. .,
:Arrll .*2. J8 9.. I, i fro* the corniiiitteioiifrs JIiei-fong a 'treaty j era ise. Every ,1:1nt sunrise, ho took a was: I '']>eetfu! in his bearing, but not a muscle officers.Wo -- ------ -
:Win V V fcimilar in ahuo.st every importantproMbionto scat on 1 benuh bo.side tho trails of tjioimjieii moved, not u joint trembled.. left two vessels, one bearing Admiral I'artiiigton says that!: nothing dosjiii, .

-0 .V .. 9.:DI""on"1"..:''ID OOnySEWJiR: AT tAW, I the one }lately ratified bctwjtcmhc: : :il I pal.ico: ct Yuti i, ami! cciuained there ou are accused murder/and treason Ilojie, approaching the second barrier sea her MI Inch as to see j'eh't'Jo profess .-. re._ V
.T1'ORs"r' Uljtc StatCK and China. TWtreaty wait I till nightfall, reading, number (,quniutly ),"sail SUP, the head ot the' ; after having forced .a tliroughitimufirst to expect salvation: go to church without
Florida .unci passage :
S >I.. L- ,.. MonticettO. /1 ) '"* .ign .l at tho tamo tile, pin! ,the I bound volume 'whicli he always biongh I "arc the charges true 1""Itl I behind which laythe remaining nine their }purseshen a recollection is to ,
;\VI1-L, [ P...ctloe U the ("oJuri.of Oi. UiM] Cir eommissioiwii of both Imtionswcrll to pro "iih him, all occ..iollly. fctopjiijig to life 1 is murder, vessels that had: {crossed tho bar be taken up. .
T ,1li'lI.lIY ovyn They
-cult of ,a..o1 the 'DUrUt\ Court of I .. .,
FTpcUa U to lVJ Jil'> V -I write at illS is V .IV '
then hid r
b. lfnltecl ,...tcf c''t together. upon sornejrtlkw Ihc.tl cLoThe \ : tl'uth treason l, I. scarcely: touched tho barrier
befor
,)Jar/h i&.i.. -11 I -liTtle' British teet r "eJ Shanghai) in tins !: bOYllmctimcl 14Ir"ll.tluullllo urn guilty," re-plied, old man. vail| low ordered till dUguie dropped front To find out the number of children in a:
.. r -. I ViuitJi 'early part of J c 1859nt: which 1ILCO lr.1{ ed hm, but'{ as Wlmt i is your name, and whence came I the fortifications, and a tire as murdero.us street, commence beating bass drum. To< V
j- ,." ,Vaua, "l. I Bruce, the TiijtUSh mijiister, t-Vjietted loi i he thu. tayuts nod btarcn of their elders. you ?" in'luire.1thu Enmperor, ihrowiug oft ni unexpected[ was ojiiod upon the two find out the! number fcl 'idle men, start ] *4
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':1. ,A.TTIq8..1T.L4W; meet tho }'relct conunlssioncr. The latter When the ray.of the nm were to warm the restraint of royalty fur a m lnt. to. vessels.I terribte was the onslaught dog fight. J.-
.- .. '"". .u -rrcMiiOir{! fr; ..Pla.art.18.u not 1m: \ng-ahu'v>df-H>d as I the time for the i, fj/r COpr ho ktailed! his face with : 'fan j I I exciinngo! woiU ft'ith H subject, I that in twenty S minutes tho \'ld110 _- -_ .SVSS_ _- >- **J
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)! ", |y' :. r. ', : : the! i treatieswas: di-avving and drew about liis shoulders u thick mantle j j6r widow is: 1nnlO. l'l'I'lapl itn\ not literally torn to pieces., The remainder of I I Why may a professorwithout students f

:V I- c.,a.-Fit .' : -. near, tljeUrith.Tr ijet" ;' under command ofRcaf.Ad&piritl f fcilk as night approached. That I lie w a* entirely nnknovtii to your Majesty ?" I tho fleet passed time barrier and advanced bo wud"to be the moat ate vo o al.."
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r.1: )lllISUOJrER: .,l'artII ii.k.V HopeJ waj oivWml to the I IfthoP not a beggar was eviYellt.'hat, then, vv us Tho council actually started fll their t., Iho attack but could make no impression feswrs? lwau'hp ouly t P11'i V ; V
CarWtiM. <
U knowledu.t aal |T"oA tt Owtla t*aitoa'jy>! r.-l>Khjt: arrjtred he? A poet, thongbt &me-a | PIM .t LMI4I. ...a PaJet..t.ha N.elrwadoe. wfth 3If. Ilruce OH jjic i"th of June. others. All agrqpJ J, IW\'lH'r. that lie was Mirpiiaui as i>ossiblo .a Chinese nionArch. i lion upon them. Ur i"hlJlckIi aroused ..... ..-'
..ttj take derxxUiMM, ... There w 5.J iiMd \)thrt-e or lour Frcueh' a ktrange mail just nliat is rcmarfcj at i Tho i iVono: ; o( YanJow was well i and time tight cnutiuuc.luuti three \III : 5 r In Turkey \henever a-store iep .
:: i2TKeJ' *. !iIOatJ&<.... IT. 4T !yBUPER ves.M'1, :,11hc 'rtI I "Ullli"u, (r. 'Jh th. begioning of thin parngrsjih.? -tnovvu to t\\l\ present For twenty )'oar I f were sunk, diiLICl three Itl.1 ir ii'l'l\jl.t'el of tellng'l 11; his

) 'PHOSPHATEOFUMEXC corobiaed fle t consoled, of twenty \J'1 For A mcnib had tlio stranger occupieda I .Lo bad been. recognUed :'as the most I f'Junac.: Afr Jour hoar's ,of ii jiuiutc'd bl k0 lW I'' wx, ,ri 'ono V
of v arious tUDiA0, .ud ubovu J I by tb walls of. t'JVYuti ft lien !Je-wiu-d iuh Ho born there such masr jwico.
/*\ eftb fcet r rtiBwr s no. U a*.. .M Uka4 QlOW Hat > u IIvutnsta2eq man ma. wo In. a Jl1C ''tU the first anti neeuu'l bur.Irif mouth It t were
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. In quantity uit, .u pliM'iae toJ. men. -V UPDt. greatly enhaauijig dr:1 sin$ ullLige uear the nouroe ot th f alJrtect'| ..Iaughter-yard, la ,or. ,wiuitry >hat *'- rouili audghtoiny
.,.- V )I. W" P. )I J VI>. Tlw Ptfiho. of Vprtbr'JUve/* ii 'tbe i I nolonetjr, (u ujiil eng e''U & an th.*p oi>le ifeeiood bil "'} tm l'chO'1[I dtrtoglve such ot th* vessels as were I I apin-arauut. boiue"bf" iftitfc.
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equipppd' 'In imperial robes spurns the Union with Democracy. m I (From th *Cbarl<8tonCburcr! ,) f Correspondence of the. ,Charleston.Courier.. I.%" N t DIN BaAVIt-ThO Anatin ((Texas)

Idea! of beirt'g responsible c! to 1 his!I constituents' j We admire the following "sound, sensible Redpath alr'"ork..J.v.rr.'n' WASHINOTOS, Apn'12\ I88O!;' n 'gencer gives a desciiptlon-oftnegon,
their wishes' A friend sends u$4he foliowWi! },<>W accompanying The unexpected termination of an alaif: b e d arrows, trappings s&O 6f an ,Inbcntly .
for bis action ; and respects ..., anti patriotic sentiment," which .we killed in
n copy; ot .thtf I'iufgh! (Pi4" of honor, whith {promised so much ite- d county-a
,onlY so far AS it respectable pocket find S correspondence to' tho Thomas' Di l.cht! "l' ;. .; *er \\M.\ eilttO the public, has prodtfocd as )innchaisapoinlmcnt ''.i i mancbe-and adds : ,

13y the.f ractJco of rotation, yon Tiecp, A illo Jleporler. They breath the right*pirit "This is IIn'Abolition \fmi"el\'nd' car : in this cornmnnityas\ would I 1,,,,wi Hunter of Burnet, describes hs

those gentlemen who would? figure in pub., and if every man would Consult the in 1 lv circulates; out of (he>ity 'of PittsbHrg, the failure: of)the great prize: fight !flj h Eng '1duc\"d death as being brave in .

lie position, like, a young lawyer, about to terest of his country (liko this coi-respondent (Cut; in this case! it. tpltt, the..truth.: There, land. The piiblio take nn interest in.such ighcst dt-gree. A party the of about tu ,
and overtaken Indians
had
plead.his,first important Mile nt. the barall -: ,) rather than the mere gratification of are many Redpmhs.:" \ .4., m matters quite indepcndantly-'of nny me.-: 'nrsleJ the number and about -. _
nt lastiiptersepted
referred the rittsts same ,
The paper thu.s to I is! of the parting; to the quarrel in the .
uneasiness and anxiety.\ They will clinging to the dead! carcass: of a disbanded burg Ditptttch, of Mondny, 26th Mjirch\ question at is m Nine tenths' of the pub I 'The'IhdifunooB \"tor the

.. then endeavor to make themselves, worthy party,1ho Constitution would bo preserved which contains the following art Me1! : he are disgifstcd at the refusal! of-Pr 'or Umber. The.whitef attempted't pnt ..

the approval of their constituent nnd conservatism, triumphant/ "Another John JJiwcn Jfnid-The and Potter to fight without regard to disadvantageous I. when this Indian,tuted oo dna-Cacha

& We do not wish! to be considered a!* says: South Forewarned., seems {fo us incredible or bat 1 barous terms of the the"hole party. With_ his
--- ., afttr thp disastrous lesult of the lIar. combat. Thc Republican members, I shoulder he rushed.at one other.although
censuring the "place holders of our State "I am nlitlle man with a little brain, and amfi at all the and
Pe r's Ferry invasion! that nny manor set certain, were desirous that Potter .withsjsbojotfr8, .
: :" It.J'LDES: Editor. but simply con tending for rotation in offico. know bnt lit'le about politic(*,'but what little of men1* however! radical in antislavery! batcher Piyor with his bowie knife, or; s ueceeded in tilt them at bay. He

We would like to see every one who has I do know Ithink I know tolerable well. sentiment, should contemplate' a like incursion what would bl s just as benfu-ial to them in lid not fire; .and at Jast when hoV everal

1_ Monticello : been feeding upon1' Florida's or Uncle I know that matters look very squally! politically !! into the slave State with the inten! a partyiew, if Potter should be slam.- l Ir. II. says got .down,,.on his

,J -...... --_- Sam's pap, for the past two or more years, and know that !sensible men ought tion'of intitui..? !fin insurrection. ,Such menimisuknow With the latter event they conld., make a knees: as quietly asa man oingj 10'lyer.
BATTODAY MOBBING, APRIL 21, 1860 to do like "Old Ilickorj" told his! otli- that not only the municipal) ve ry striking and effective issue for the and making effort to draw his fell
most respectfully requested to vacate their
cers to do on a certain occasion when his d lead pierced withTvdozen1l)4lJeM.1Tho
thorities are on the alert, but that the people Pre'sidential) campaign. There has been! /
q -" --' offices next Fall.: They all may or may not baggage wagons bogged down-"Light of the Free States! will sternly frown on no fight, because the challenged )" irtsis, party join jn H the ..belief $ iejnetj his

; 'FOR BRIGADIER GENERAL, have done their duty-j o'wie we know hav> sirs, and) throwyourshoiilaerto the wheels." uny attempt to disturb the social affairs of ted upon unusual I weapons, whi tart. re not death to' enable the balance of his band toscape -- '

: not,-and consequently should forfeit the Yes, sir. every true hearted Southerner any State. While. they oppose the extension recognized b.y.the coxle. S e : Only one of the oUler was killed., "1
.'b1tllE' JoItDDLB, BRIOAt op FLORIDA MILITIA, respect of the citizens of our ought:: to set aside party feelings: and throwhis of slavery into new Territories and It is true that Col. Landers!!, the second l le was not tall, bnt was* a model of symmetry ,

.", 'l1ln).' D. B. Bil"d. ..., ...... _jState._ influence% where i it will bo likely to cf-- look forward: to ft time when thro' the o-- of Mr. Potter proposed to fight Mr. Pryor and displayed great power of mus .

r : Douglas and Seward.So feet most good. e ratiotif' peaceful !find constitutional agencies on Mr. Pryor's own but Pryor ceo ? :
I haP, e\er since the organization: of the it. shall le abolished in the :Stiles would have been "jerms. bad he ..
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63": "**, We'c.l1 attention i to the notice: of far: as territorial sovereignty extends, American party, been an Amci ican, but at where'lt exists, and with, the consent of accepted the proposition. ft'was not a becoming A QUESTION FOR LA'V.-A. nice

*: a Concert; ,'*tc., to be given in Oils town, there is, very, little if any, difference of I present I can !say emphatically if the Democracy the people thereof, they w PI not countenance offer on the part of Lander Mr. question in law is about to grow out of the ,

:t" on the 3rd of May.. opinion between_ tho avowed abolitionist at the Chaileston Convention .'\attempt to do away with) il by Pryor properly replied that he had no occasion finding of $30,000 of.the money stolen'

? i i -i -i k, and leadcrof: the, irrepressiblo conflict" I ,nominate :a man who will half{ do, I \will\ iolcnce. quarrel l with Co!Landers. .. from the Mamie Bank Agency, at Colum.
i4 Hake your Returns. ttick to him f.tithfully to the end. Some That such rashness contcmi'latpd, however It is time to adopt "the code" to the ac I bus. It seems that. a crossing a-
faction Wsi. 1. E ..utl>, and STLTIIEX: : say: why ? I reply, because! tho Democratic i is than neo i
i may
s We are requested by Mr4 JAMKS D. we regret to say more proatu tu circumstances and tastes and manners smal ditch, over were .laid.,
1 ::MORRIS Tax Assessor and Collector ARNOLD DOUGLAS. The former says : : party is the only party that can in !li le. Indeed l we have the open declaration off the Country. Fighting is done in this : the end ci'a newspaper projecting
to Congress. b virtue\, the Constitution any manner: whatever present any thing' o James!! Redpath, an intense {anti-slavery! : country by deputies. In some parts of this from under them. 'lib cunoiity was excited .
'r state .that all persons wlo tIe not make like formidable front! to the Black Republicans man, and thin biographer": of John Brown extended .
familiar -
halt power to pass: laws"excluding slaveryIrom w idely country people arc and pulling the out, he discovered :
vy thetrTax Returns before the first of Julie >! : nnd( further, at this time, properly, that the of 'papr .
the Territories.". The latter, in his* perilous experiment Harper'sFeiry with the shot gun and knife and rifle, more money mind ever conceived
will be'douUe taxed. It ;is the impression speaking the difference between the Democratic will noon bu repeated. In .a speech but not with the hair trigger duelling pistoll the world contained. Honest Sam-
Harper article declares that "the people ofa and American in their
partiesis made by him at Jefferson! Ashtabula: county the matter to and tho ,
.ot some persons" that, it is the duty of the brought light, no\9
Tax Assessor'to call the trrilory"qile n A territorial condition, names: which: difference prevents them Ohio, on the 231l\I.\rch. he declared the 'Tljp rule that the challenged party should reward is claimed by both his hirer and

; upon' properly kve the inherent power and right, through from makin: *; a short pull and long }pull, intention of hU> own camp follow &s in the have the choice of weapons, &0", was intended owner, and the Bank will pay neither until

bolder to'obtain hia rt turns. This' is a their legislature, to exclude slavery by positive and :.1 pull :altogetherjigninst the Black Republicans. following language. As lio is one of those to apply to a state of things in which the question of right is decided. Who .

j IDili ktf., The monnlainVill not go to you, The only difference of m men who seconded their words! by their:: bone but weapons of civilization were usedin shall have it ? We say Sambo. The LAW
..fcutyou I1nst.go! to.the mountain. enactment. I see that there has been :a ne.w partyorganized acts!, the Southern States: should bc on... the the duello-the'small swords or rapier. will doubtless somebody else, most probably .
opiniqn between these two is known the "Constitutional '
gentlemen 1
as
,
alert tor immediate- ,
incursion
_
i( ,41 -<'i- an : : Pistols were an" innovation, as revolvers I the liircr.--.cw.Jep.
the tribunal i iii whom is lodged the' power Conscnalno I Union l'mtI tlo not Aaron D. fetevcns i is doad. His \brave and bowie knives and shot guns are

Negroes Broke JaiL to abolish slavery ;-the one says\ that doubt the sincerity of the party in its aill11, life t was choked out of him for presuming,I tho modern bail trigger duelling pistol.upon! gr Texas the New Orleans Picayune
,. We learn from a reliable source, that the but my opinion i is that they are aiming at ithout \ says
Senator
Congress has the power whilst the other,p asking ll:1sol1'sl1crmi8sionto : I To show what is the feeling on such occasions has become the favorite point
fix negroes, condemned to be hung by.the the Territorial legislature. They are both,I the pecuniary at the Northnl interests of when holestle their merchants ends I. believe in the Declaration of Independence on the part of those most to suffer sought by the adventurous and enterpris.ing .

1 last circuit court of Madison county on the united existence : and, thus believing, for still furtherdaring from the c-hantes'of if duel. I may say of the States. Population i is iuereas-
to nil
as .the. of to accomplished ill bo well.
4th of,May next, for the brutal murder of power arc w (to use!! his Captain's word,) "to putt 1. the wife of Mr. Potter declared that shewould I ing with unexampled speed. Lands are> '
; '.Major WATTS' made destroy slavery in the territories-but L This writer has certainly "hit the nail on I that thing through," or, in the words t rather go back 'o her prairie home I II rising in value with every There* t
overseer their
; J froth escape divided as to who is commisbioned to execute I' the head" when) he says: that the formation: I God as rendered by Isaiah: for attempting, a widow than that her husband should fail] sources of this magnificent Slate lear are j
; the -Madison jail, on,last: Saturday to "Proclaim nil theland rapid1
the power. The difference of opinion I : Liberty throughout to fight. Her
of the "Constitutional Conservative Union ly developed. cotton pfbduciioua,
A \
nighC,, There ill' tio. doubt but thaI they l unto ALL the inhabitant tlu'reof.- I Know too that tho excellent of I show
about the family
amounts to same as a choice be extraordinary Sue has al-!
is for the of advancing progress.
obtained Party, solely purpose Mnny ot knew him shall he die in
outside aia : Mr. {
: ,- from tho fact tl.at you Pryor would have considered
tween six and a half dozen.In the interest the any fi. ready produced sugar to tho extent; of
'were !Ill chained pecuniary of merchants vain and unavenged ? ure en his a deeper affliction than
they part
: to the wall, nndir9ned. t of hogshcad'jnt1 tens of thor-
... the face of this, we are told by,the of the Xorlh. They \\mcftU tin To those of you who arc friends of the his death. I think that it would have been I sandsofsbeepaudcattleaud tho time: :

We l bare received small hand-bill I Douglasites, that' he (Douglas,) ,1s' the effects of the intercourse policy pnrsu"A slave-driver, IJhave: nothing to say, my duty wrong on the part ot the seconds'of oilhcr not .distant, when her. product vot wool li \
i- a from is"with those
whose
only man upon whom the South can: rely hearts are too large to party to permit a Blender will
on
by of their Southern cnstoracis fight so a most"flourishing of the ol
many \ I,
c the 'cl .izens "
of Madison, giving a dcscriptlon administer the governmentwith! b c, suffocated by the dust raised by party: point of quarrel? der surp'tho the amount of her stock
nnpar
the and the
past season, therefore( proposed!
> l.thesii negroes, and requesting .tiality and strict justice. Now, if Dquglaswas : mountebanks, nnd whose gazeis i! too steady I men .ro to fight on account of political sent to a Southern market :exceeds
new organization and Baltimore Conven to bp dazzled by the glare of the false an,1 l that
5
that"persons everywhere friendly to justice! at the head of the Government, he tion. The intentions of tho movers i in this fatal splendor of the Despot's Court. To s oou opinions. There, they bhonld not begin to; furnished by the great valley of the W cst* ,:
keep a look out for the .both in thi was nothing of n l'el'son.1naturo
same:
could not, consistently, administer justly to hor.rst f.ir (those of who are to imitate Ste- .
I matter! are only BI as their you ready in tho late difficulty that should I A TUUK STATEMENT MESIL
and the States AIWCT
_? adjoining as some rascally the interest of he South. The vens, this need oflt'Co bo said: "J3C TiE *
white : | Southern pocket :ate concerned ; and we arc surprised pre.pflre'Z. have been taken up on either side. L RIOT.-A letter to the St. Louis Rcpub- .
man may have assisted in releasing t : hold that ; bide by your time ; ere. tony you talk of this and .
'I'- Democracy: tho Constitution forbids that Southerners arc so easily gulled. Congioiis ma} that matter lican, dated .Moailla, Arizona Territory
them with the view:'of running'.them into 'trill be called.1" for I tet( "j/ow, men of for the next mouth, but they reaui March'10th :"
interference gives
any. by a territorial body,, 'I'. *> Ashtabiila f an account of serious. ,
another State to sell them." with the domestic' institutions We had intended that i jJe l ttranyllny John' t think of nothing but tho results of theChicago disturbances in that quarter:

,. ; )Iaa: it occurred to the citizens of Mdi- existing to say something 7r6icn ;xas not the death of Mllca"lIe; andthat and] Charleston Convention. Somo( American and Mexican resident It seems .
that thereinnd. j( therefore, if a territorial, leg. about a double egg wo received ff'om' a { c/'e/ .mallY modn's rerolve, the slur'5 Southern delegates to the Charleston Convention that a d'lflicultY originated between. A-

,q-.. son theso negroes may have been iblature, should' adopt a law "excluding friend in the country, tho"1 othej' .dny, Lljtthe '!ill be offered: Miccur' again. Six months say that we cannot cany Pennsyl. meiican gambler} and a Mexican which an re- ,

1 placed aboard the Steamer at St. Marks, on I slavery" \tve should consider said net treasonable : f.lIowing, & items:, which vlipirom tho CoTore the blow nt Horper's Ferry, Isla.: vania. LEO. stilted hi a. general melee ; pistol shots
;
and forwarded ted tint it would bo,' made and indicated
Sunday, to New Orleans even "
: ? "ami
insurrectionary and Havana of the were and knives drawn.
,
justice correspondence CharlestonMercury ) fred Only ono
4 I They were released (or rather repot says would require that the President should so far eclipses\ '.t, we haveno inclination i slave: driver by whom ft solemn; amlj again warning"I to give set tIle his Coming t their Senses, r'eraon' :killed, and that a, woman, who
they released themselves) from jail Zatur.I .. interfere and The Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat, a Republican I. : was right the wrong. This, to say: a w-01-d : house in order for( hia. doom plaz
I E day night, and tho steamer left St. Marks' Douglas could not, and would not do, for "A, hen was killed atBijabo recently, ill' /' shall die and ute lice." )ii.urononnte'a'a'ae paper, speaking of the operationsof portiorVof' ganiblerearmed the American) (prin.cipally nnd," J f
*
Sunday evening-which allowed time, in he holds that it is wilhin the province of a whose inside was found lie eggs w ith hard: nc'eded. execute these plans ol liberation. the Underground Railroad, says : marched through .thelseh.es I
abundance fur them to reach'the latter Those of yon who :approve it may aid it Wo cannot, in to tho tbtrc kilngwhlt. -
territorial legislature to adopt and enforce shells\ -one of which hid: chicken with mercy "poor blacks I ever Mexicans

'. place the distance being we believe, 55 or such objectionable law. Therefore, tho feathersbn it. A young fiiend of mine by'your feel tlmfthey are bettering their condition. ring the night some five Mexicans were kij- !

< 4 eo miles.. Perhaps the Port'Inspector or: South has assures me that ho found, kin00, at Mntan itiomicy.'I by going Northward. Canada is not I a led ; their only offence seemingly was to

,tho Captain of the steamer: might throw no assurance upon which to rely IllS, in the yolk of a hard boiled Cff/ another PHI!:'II : (. ,' congenial place for them. Its climate i is have beet unfortunate enough to. he Mexi-s
*. light upon'the subject.v that Douglas would act impartial and. justto perfectly, ) formed small egg, with shell in his Iu*>t l If.61.trr fioin Washington% to tho against them, and it does not offer a very cans. O\er three hundred Mexicans ,

.._ the interest of our section-but on tho all complete. 4 I' jiladelphia/'rew, describe' n dinner at I profitable field to their industry. The }promptly flew to arms, nnd tho greatestindignation I
.. e. contrary: if we are to be governed by his But the above is nothing as comparedwith die White House as follows, : young negro croed ocr yesterday will be was manitustod, and in time

ji ( t .. : Rotation in Office expressed! opii.ions, in framing; our conjectures what has recently taken place in' this :The hurjs j generally f fixed: at six o'clock fortunate if able to cal a better living reached such a pitch dial aid "ni invoked

LJ i _: S On the second :Monday in June next, the he would smile at and endorse treason city. At No. 11 Sol (Sur) street, recides I''.m., the time; when million arc taking than he had at Baltimore, or secure anymore ; from Lieut. How-ard, pinnianding! Fort .
: a woman who birth to three children their ; You reeuivo card abouttllu of the real blessings! of freedom :Fillmoi vhich ho
)j Democracy; of Florida'trill assemble in Con. and insurrection.In gave supper. a e. supplied and order was
than .
at ourhment-tw size of were afforded him in servitude. As "
one females restored.
and onemale1. nn ordinary vla'card.anl if .
:A vention.. for the purpose of,making uorai.nationg making this comparison between the The latter has a beard) and all three! are im'iu>d by the President I the dimension you for the poor old man, he will fare hard i in: t


//Ilii L for Governor and Congressman.: views entertained by Seward add: Douglas of them full sets of teeth. I was curiousenough of the card are doublc>,*and generally Cauada and will sigh for a Lui.iann G Ie Trenton State Gazette of:th&" .

Such nomination is equivalent" to an flec we do not wish to be considered as contending to'go and see these montrohitie s reads as follows :, die in before. ha has spent yea 2d the statement set afloat '

' tion.: The next Gen Assembly of Flor- that the former would be. soon after f heard of them. The inotUcr Tlio President requests} the honor ol I i'Canada. in.the papers that all the dtlCato to th \.
as tcce Ii- and her children were then doing well. your company dinner on Friday. Charleston
tA da will also be called to elect April but-one. I,
upon a United table Conventon.
to the South if in the Executive In the Northern Circuit
! placed 6, at 6 o'clock p. m.u early answer is Court at Dur that State f The editor
States Senator, Comptroller of State, Secretary chair of the nation, as the latter. We -4seb.- requested." ham, Eng., a man was recently brought to :
, says
of State'Treasurer, &c:, simply contend that"their territorial opinions Advertising. If you go to tIle President's! you are ex- tiial for stealing a watch. Among the "Douglas and his friends were hooted .

I ..' 'VWe bear it hinted at by some,that so far are the same and therefore both ob We sometimes find a man who thinks pcctcd to dress in jour best clothes, and to witnesses was Father Kelly, Roman Catholic at by the late Democratic Convention, of>

I lI j .. as these selections are concerned, it is best jectionable. The Courier it that the charges for advertising in this section wear white gloves. 1"01are introduced Priest through .w hose hands the watch this State, and as to the gentlcman/'ap-. .
Enquirer 1, had been returned to the !
! to let well enough alone",-intimating, of1 Black of country, very high. For the benefit into the smalt reception room, hero you prosecutor. Be pointed not a single one of them has, 'or\
the asked from .
liepublican Seward ing whom ho had
of find the President Miss received tEe
organ I.anlrs.: will
'J Judge ,
openly
-1 course, that we had better "keep in" the of those persons who entertain such opinion watch he that ep.e6 his preferences Mr.
New ho
:' York is even now urging the claimsof Roosvdt, James Buchanan jr., and the replied rec iyed it f; ; the present stock of officers. In reference DOUGLAS, for the nomination of the we would !state that Horace Gre C. household. After being duly presented to ion with the contessional.IIo: was :: ;: '-_

J 1 } : i4 ,to..some matters this quaint old adage Chicago Contention, in .the event that ly has recently notified his weekly adve r- them, youjwait the arrival of other) guests. then told tba' he was not asked to disclose The Pcnsacola 06aer'U(which by the
I do well tising that "no advertisement The private secretary Mr. Buchanan anj\ring) staled in confcs ion .', but to reveal is
maypoiribty very ; but so far as SEWARD fails. That! : patrons jr., by, one of the best conducted
I IL relates paper says"SquatterSovereignty. : bo admitted such quietly informs yon that: you are to escortto a simple fact. Mr. Kelly said the reply this papers.r
I to public functional,especially, except as we may judge State,) says that
. though wrong in principle, it 1 the dinner such a lady; whom ho now to that qnestipn! would implicate the SenJtor
I t I -although they may honestly and labor! as effectual a bar-trslaverjexten8on a scan suitable to the general character of the introduces to you, and the lady in your person who had given him the watch: and rived in that city on tho'1 Ilh i hist. and

S 0!t ously transact the duties and requirements lJ,' the action( of Conyresi." Again Tribune. That no cuts of any description company is presented to another gentleman would render certain his own suspension will remai a few days. lie is l looking re

of their positions, w'e do not think it appli.j the sanio papcrsays: "Mr. otaLAs1Could shall be allowed in such advertisements. who is to bo her companion during fur life from the functioi* of his oce.- well. The Senator confirms the

",j i cable. If the progressive spirit of America male quite as good 1'1 Republican; President That the price of advertisements of one the feast. The hour having arrived, the Justice of Hi.who presided denied the valid Tell'gaphil rumor that the two Steamers ,
). : had concluded hundred lines less company more into a large draw ing room ity md the reverend gentleman -
/ fifty to "let well or shall be one dollar a
years ago as would )frdJ4TI'I!" Again, said paperIlaYs hero they are dazzled by the persisting in his refusal was committed captured near Vera Cruz will bo
I r enough alone" what now would.be our that ; line, and of all advertisements exceeding: > gorgeous to for returned to Havana and "
" :, nothing could induce i it to support: display of plate and gas light, and see a jail contempt of Court. The there released..
, condition? Would the electric ,,ire and any other'than an ont.and.out Republican one hundred in length one dollar and fifty' number graceful waiters: Illso in white prisoner was fouud guilty on the testimony '

i.- :'? steam engine now penetrate every nook unless it was S. A. DOCGLAS.! So it will cents a line." gloves whose business it is to attend to of other witnesses, sentenced to six :In removing
I -tj; and I corner of our prosperous country ? be seen that the Black -I s-. M the guests. The President takes his seat months imprisonment.WASHIXGTOV of the First Baptist Cnnrch.in 4
leading
_
Republican !
not at the head of the : : Grange Place coffin
I L : If such conclusion had been arrived at A Japanese: vessel arrived at San table but on the : Phiadelphia one was
Seward organ of New York, in consideration side exactly midway, Miss Lane acting Api'if 13.-Fojra'ar rumor opened in body was found to
Francisco as
I even this beautiful "land of flowert>" would of Douglas' Squatter Sovereignty m on the 14th ult., from Jeddo. his Vi8-
.i, v be a waste wilderness, under Spanish rule, proclaims that he would make an cxcellantHlac This vessel is armed ith ten guns has a fully written on a card laid upon the plate, note to Mr. Potter ot Wisconsin, asking man: about 50 yoais of age and though it

D1 4 and overrun by a murderous, savage: race. *. Republican President. What crew of 57 men and is 25Q.( tons burden. before the seat you are to occupy; and the Lim to leave the District of Columbia, for had been in tho earth 100 years, the count

i t1' "Let well enough alone," may do for the. our Florida Douglas friends to tbisa\owal say? She is sent by tits Emperor of Japan! to entertainment begins. The cqoking is generally the purpose of receiving a chalenge. which enance white hair was as smooth and Jad. andbi'* ,

common social affairs of life ; but politic. He announce the coming of the Japanese: embassy I French cooking, the wines cosily was not satisfactorily answlred, Mr. as perfect, a on ", it *
will be at Charleston its -
rejected and Pryor returned placed *
just assure I rare and will tothe city. i resting place -
., and ; you soon have an op. ,
: the ri\'al i is
ai remarkable
ally, commercially or progressively it will as the Convention assembles and ; e'entilhe portunity to hear the "great man" talk.- It is said that the Republicans used :, ,,
1 .- .
not do. then suppose ho is thu Republican Chicago as is the first Japanese: man of war that You need not be informed that Mr. Buc their best endeavors to press the difficulty An actsewing exeropling; .on.V

1 Weare decidedly in faror of'rotation in nominee-gentlemen, what then will 1 be ever left the shore of Japan, as the Embassy hanan's is one of tho most delightful dinners to the field for a setllement"; but Mr. Potter Ichine. of 1 J 10 val 'attment.notexceeding

g TA office) ,for as we deem sound reasons. Why* opinion of ? Will j b the first ever tent to a chilized coun in tho w 01'!Id. lie has a fund of small refused to leave the District to receive $100 use by the debtor or the
your } Douglas: suddenly
i in these degenerate days if a man is allowed you try. The barriers which han hithertoseeladed talk for the ladies variety of old-fashion the challenge. Mr. Pryor then challenged family of the debtor has passed, both .
.forget that you ever lavished: upon) from ed anecdotes! and, as he i is by no means him peremtorily, and after twelve hours branches of the Legislature and received
to fill the same position, for a BCI ies him jour :approbation and declared him I to Japan contact with other bparing of the juice of the grape} he grows the challenge] was accepted. Mr. Pptter the approval ol" the Governor of ."*

) of terms, he oif ogales to himself imperial be the true Statesman and disinterested nations, seem completely broken downwhich more easy, and more affable and more agreeable named bowie knh es as the weapons to be sells. .ar

'1 i- dictatorial powers, and sometime (we are I patliot ? 'But you say there i If. no probability the Japanese, when they learn a 1 little us the repast goes on, calling: out used in thf opeu air and the seconds should --:*:_* ,, ".4 *-.

I ft t:; aware of a case in our State,) bo putt forth I l of his bung the Republican: standardbeaier ; more about ciilization, will never one after the other of the company, and be nru1e(1.ith "navy revolver: These .A suit involving thelitl of the:" r1tcle -
1 hereditary claims for hid prochcin cease fa regret paying compliments the ladies, occasionally term were rejected by )Ir. Pryor's seconds city of. San FronclsOr to be commenced .
amid ; no.I e admit it-but still, we taking wine with them. You without consulting their ... the! Court i
... principle
never '
Ah I but thank God this free a uj.rcujc M asniOgTOU, next.
J I'in
1 "- : :. country think there i ill a l'O ,.iLility. We know not Female Heroism. ask the Picsident to take wine with yon barbarous add vulgar. A second of Mr. Monday The claim made under o'Mex- .
where the humble citizen in the vjtul; of but wait to bo Potter's therr offered to I
what summerset Mr. Douglas may takeafter The Stai-billo linked by him. After remaining assume the quarrel -cnn grant to Catholic Tries*'-,and the
.tho highest"dignitary of State chit or he u rl'jt'cted.y\ the Charleston Con'cutij1. (Miss.) Advertiser has the in this delightful society for sever and fghwith pistols. This. was also case rests. upon> the 'genuineness' of, tbV '

military-position canuot bo bequeathed from following remarkable instance of female al hours, at a gu"ei) signal from' tho Presi rejected.Mr. grant. There is a of /* ,
-,- heroism : dent the company rise, return to the Potter is now in Washington and i lawyers the 'orry eminent
side
:.5, sire to con. ,y e are ail upon a looting ot recen- Mr. Prvorin'VirmniaIlls of claimantsAnerro.woin.in .
tiou where ,
equality and he who would.! bu Eucccsful in ;'The, Supreme' Court of Vermont decided "A little girl, daughter of Mr.\ E. D. h'e. liquor room- ; or i if they they are prefer sen-eJ it with with bran-c.r- i .reported that un""Messrs llaeyiiond, .J. .
.
{ at
: the political aiena, and place upon his browtho'uctor'a that a contract\ .between an oflU'o holder Reese of ths county, lull into a cistern 16.. dy after Mulch you take your, leave, and and Kcilt otSouth acted" sdisers -' lag to James : Pt'nfeld. Ga, belong ,
Cal'olna
: crown of laurtfc must accomplish and another J'"rt-the' former for a consideration feet deep to the water, on the 27th ult. go home to rem Mlbe tho kind 'hospitaliti >' to Mr. Chic eman.Mr.Pryor's 8 fiiend CLIMrIInto i a T.l&lrd. her three*
lIer West ilL dee
Ann
binding himself to ter. being at a bhort distance apd'then"
reiguand -
I es have .
Some 4"'
wa it by hb own individual exei,lions, and and you enjoyed. of these dinners iurnped in Jierself.'j'h6. Ljjree '
hia seeing
use influence to have the other appointed (Jhe accident immediately are dull aua A writer the Richmond children/rere .
4. : ;;c*, jiot receive it as an hereditary heirloom. I i id toid. The eiso in point was ran to tho spot, and Tapping the rope 'I' Jiave known them to stately be as enough delightful, bu 't suggests, as 1 t mcans'of re.taliationTm;Enquirer the, kie-hc l woman was rescued coippara.* .

.. Continuance 'from interruption make a that of Meacham and Dow. Meacham: tightly around her waist descended caught the most genial could lIepre.I as XjJrth and to block the game of negro steal ) _.__ < ". L o. .
,' .. U&B bold and reckless. Continue to rec- resigned and had Dow appointed. Dow the child in her arms, and was safely drawn ... .. ing, that tha Legislature of .A bridal- -4. a -_ ."
Lad given hia note for.half to the surface by a I all laws "Vrgni.re .van? r prisoners, aid a fn,
a negro woman: whom l <
year's salary 'probityting'1 the ,
I lect the same man to position, and be 'at ARMS OF! pea > vrwit :
bhecalled FLORIDA.--According er on'a
but refused to pay. :Jleacham sued and before she went down neitherwas to the into State for ere Jtl. '
; sale
a length concludes that the people consider the Couit decided for DoEr" \\'. injured. This is one of.lbe most hero. official statement of the number of arms' I the negroes saUf into slat' of free ad'legalize !' roa trM0 thatl J: t1'uf ixT I'b OBC
his: services indispensable. The sequel is, .. .. ic instances of female presence of mind ou (urlJ oJie.1 to Florida since her admission in by torceorolherwtse ery from tgOi .bro't week" _. :

: be does not'pay that attention to the affairs The San Antonio Herald says: the record. Young gents, lookout. for that to the Federal Union, she' has received The.. effect of t he i inputs, would&ates -.1 .. '_- ,
.- over'and mail from.San Francisco arrived girl she ia worth four cannons: ; one thousand one hundred bonus i :Jbe of.r : iq
is and having.vWikconvin 4 to :4 FjffT; yonj.n ,
the State traders
,as necessary: ; finally .. and 0114er to run Vrb.
at San Antonio in sixteen one small arms; aud ona hundred Qfti'e4 t c
.
days, and from -.. ..._ ____ and negroes from N thus ha thousand
after feeding upon the publio plunder for a El Paso in four days and seventeen hoort. hu abolisbiuV- twenty-one. small arm are yet due and not directions of trade orb thl damages front, ieredJY sold liquor

B amber'pf'yejr:Itt' imginesthaZ he Is the quickest time on record. collecting debts execution.the .system* of' delivered.. The numbei would arm about rail road,'and stopping the the drain underground I i> r ha bad, {ro } he became t

I by .,. five men to each county., '" laboring yon the I and subsequently in his off'
population.
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7 WA'J.HIHOTOS': April}4. ,, arid St mmer I860.) .
lSGO.Sprh; Trade. .
In, lib Senate t -day :Mr. Wilson, of C S SL@\@@Lr5ll%; .. Q1.J'. '. ."" .
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iutrodticed bill -
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8nppressiouof tho African '"Slave *> -UVK: A. t8& / Slt-ts t"' S -
Trade. I I TIlE flpiscopal Soclcfy7: aesirteil by the Ladle i. ( 8M4u ;
W. P. MARVM f 1:!
gentlemen of Monticello, and vlolnUv. 4 i",
. The committee! on the judiciary wen! yillgi v '5enniting t'1JPttIfJ! i' .

Instructed inquire into the expediency OON'OEn.T .
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of any further legislation relative' to of Vocal and Instrumental Music the :; I" .. 'f
at ;
b @ O OD1L111 .
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such. cases as that of Brown, J r., and San., Court Douse, on Thnisdny, May *d. < < -' 4- 4
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born.Mr.'en-Wednesday Halo introduced" ; until a resolution Tuesdaythe to 22d ad.JiJum 11':11:After be S tho,close TX of P the performances.wishing 3P ,3D to parlakd, :ft IT.providedivThme .. of- the Ir E 1r !ID1lY] a @@1m D TNE/ >" : : ; & i


of May next. good thIngs of thlsllfe, snd. enjoy a.'t'ir.A muaic l S LOTHING SHOES S

The Honmas! Land' bill was made the tre.t can Tlcketa MIYl1pon for Concert not being, lilt(ott IiNlrpnlntcd.tT ; Tickets.for Sup. S Allb1LJE L 1F 1 M CO t .

I Special order of the day for the 1st Monday per, BO eta S Hardware: Groceries Iron Nails C .. .45;

inMay.. I3T Door npen at o'clock, 1'.M.ISttO. I ; '

!Ir. Latham, of Cal., delivered a strong .dpri.UI, 10-2t : HATS, BONNETS, PLANTATION: GOODS, FURNITURE, &c., gn'ibvmi-: rDrf.rin. L' 9 |f>

southern rights speech.! -' S : .
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.N"o1l.oo.;: M)1b}) :
In the House .lUoll.tic IIo Flit. ..
*. to-day the resolution to adjourn HEREBY appoint Crntcit G. i If(', of ._ ? mi

until the 1st of May\ was laid on the I Monticcllo, my Agent during my absence from -- --_._----- -- ,
table by a majority of 43. the State THOMAS F. M..CALL.
A bill was introduced and referred to Clifton, Fl.", April 21, 1860.. 10-tf We take l pleasure !nnnotincing to our'friends and patrons, and the public generally, S .

provide for the suppression! of the Coolie Notice. bat.,we are now rccciung our Stock ofvhich 5S I WOULD AGAIN TAKE THIS-METHOD\ Of INFORMING\ : MY:fX... ? .d -

Uado The in following American were vesscK passed, The' joint A Lt persons indebted to the cstato of Owen [p T2U O @ & @ @MRARXJ[ ]! @)@[ ) )1 and tho public, that I am. now reaching one of tho most extensive and varied stov; ..

resolution thousand dollars I*... Lewis deceased, are hereby requested to have been selected<< with great'care and attention by one of Firm and which; [ )
: appropriating fifty come! forward and set tlo 'II'11h.1.) H Strum or the our [?[RaR1@{ & @ MlRXIi'jJ@1[ { :
to defray the expenses of the Japanese : nndireigncd.Adinitiialrfltor; mid nil persons hold-, for vAriety and extent, we believe to be unsurpassed: In this icinity. We court nn examination :5 \

embassy ; and the bill appropi'int? lust claims ngainst $nd! estate will prc eul them 'feeling :assured! that it will result in our receiving n fair share of patrotiaoe.VW That I have offered in this place: for several yt ars, which will comprise nearly every article ;;4 l

$400,000 to restore the curtailed postal within the timo prescribed by law, 'or this notice It yon want BARGAINS, give us a calL J of Merchandize that Is needed in this maikt-t., -r '

-S : rvice. will* be plead In bar of their rocovorv March! si, 18CO. 5. J. jf.t & w. P. MAUVIN. having prevailed on a (gentleman of good taste and sound judgment: to go on and
WI S.! DILWORTH Adm'r.April S
:
Goods and having bought them on MORE REASONABLE TERMS than ..
-: OO:--- 21, 1800. : 10-8t select my ,
Appropriate appointment. -- usual, I leel assured that I Am thereby enabled to sell them as cheap, if not cheaper.. S

HAVE TOU READ EXCELSIOR than I !have ever done before. At any rate: I am dotcimined t.o' ? .".. .
"Mrs. Mary Chestnut mother th'e-Senilor STOKE !I" -J
"GLIMPSES OF CUBA in the I-
Nolle Uiukrsoldin GOOD GOODSly one place \
from South Carolina, has been appointed ... any ., -
Now being Published In the -- %' SIt
Vice,Regent of the Mount\ Vernon Association matters not who. he is or"where ho tame from,
of that State. She i is 85 years of age, A UG UFSTA DISPA TOll, -EXCELSIOR STOCK. FOR TilEi'iUNG 4.

and had a personal: acquaintance: with! Gun.Washington. Bl' THE EDITOR. 5---5--- ----- -- S

In the spring of 1"89 Washington Ir[ not subscribe for the Weekly! and get Uieui.- The Attention of the Ladies ,'

visited Trenton, and was received Price, (1,6O n year.For $ \ ANU SUMMSa TaAn ,
: beautiful assortment qfQ RE 8 8 GOODS which comprise* .
with the most enthusiastic dcmon trat'iutis Sale ,. Is first called to my < .. :
by the people, especially by the ladies. A BAUEOES. TISSUES, MUSLINS, (Plain. Dotted tndTlowercd,) LAWNS JACONETS. ORGANDIES ), '.
"triumphal arch" was erected on the briJge A LIGHT TWO IIORSE'WAGOX, .. (food na "" : GINGHAMS CALICOES of ..tmrrl..an"Fr..neh and English. make; *. Uos U t
Creek the new, with Harness and Line Complete, nnd.also a n: 'My stock ofGoods. i is notv complete- the Very LtUsC Styles anti. Richest Figures. '
over the'Assanpinclc at entrance : .
.
frame and
of which the strewed flowers cover. Apply to, They will do well to eXAmine my remarkably beautiful assortment of Ladies & Misses3L S
girls tf ,
J. M. l'AL Ir.R.No1l.oo.
young : Ap'il7tb,1860. 8- '
tlr
"before him and sang a song of welcome. 1\ 8t'nua new, pretty and neatjBought : ; < ( ) !E!}1 S nil(1 0&NIKST! : ) both Trimmed and !I trimlled! ,'a d of every J S ..,

One of those girls is now Mrs. Chesnut. : : ;: Mice, which, (o-r beauty of stjloaud quality, will l not fail to elicit their admiration' and S (:. r.

And she who in the dawn of lifo the 4 LI PERSONS hia..ing( chime' ordt'"mndsnl'ainst! .M A so t low,*..d.iII bo sold so cheap>, l icnco, scenic a purchase. : \

of triumphant welcome to"The sang Hero Lthe estate of Janis Conn-11, \ late of Jclferson!! -I HAVE ALSO FOR TIIH tADIM? .,. .. ',1i!
song County, deceased are notified to present them to the -; That tlu Jews nnd Gentiles bound Small Silk Umbrellas Fan of and Marnille
in its those who endeavoring :Iv:r: are to weep.JT.'BUM __ Finn Silk Parasols, Gingham Parasols. every variety price;
.now wane joins law '
are within the time I ,
undersigned prercrihi'd by or ., 3iilTii anti Collars In SI.ttlj; Embroidered!> Collars and Unditslcevcs: In ictta and 8Cflorete: Embroidered :
to pay the noblest tributes to that this notice will be plead In bar of their recovery; h nnd Hpnutitched Handkerchiefs% ; Embroidered .Tnnpnet, B.ndsj; Jaconet and Swls Edging and Inxh- i .
.
(lbei' and,; all indebted to the same, are requested r *'i* "'
o'e Aleo
L mcmor-Richmond Dixpatth.Dentil J persons assortment pf Ribbons, Ac. P.. '
;
u large .
lags; .
to make immediate payment to the iin.li'r lgnc 1 ailnilnUtrntor. I
:-.00:: W3I. T, CORNELL, Adiu'r. HOOP: SKIRTS: :J JIK ,J"; ,
of .James'L. Hart. April 14, 1800 V-bt : PROPRIETOR. ? j.', ; .,
OREATQUA.XTITIES. AND FROM THE COARSEST TO TilE FI.VIJST QUALITIES, onrfOF "tJ.on211l.11ns
: We are pained to chronicle the death of >
'
SONS OF TEM1 E11ANCE.MEEYOINIQ S A \
another of our prominent citizen*, Mr.\ :: ;: U3d. aLw1 /; .' {f

James L. Ihlt, of this county, died suddenly : :: D [P8TPNSO.! : ) TOE LAT ST'STl'LJo.'S ..tNn TO SUIT KrSRY CLASH SOCI8T1.t 3JfERIC4Zf:
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on .Wednesday morning' last, at his ri-'HE SECOND Ql'AUTEULY MEETING OF I l -. S A ND rXOLlSlt HOSIERY; GLOVES, .e. 't '"jTho"attentiOfl ". '- .0

remJcnce, of disease of the heart, ng is 1 the Grand Dillon of the !Sons of Ternpcnnce I I of the Ladies is also called to my very large 5111'I'110f ItA. m' &'' Sti1

.ii|>l>osod. }Ir. II. was the fnthcr: of one Madinon! of County: Floiid, }loriihi nr>p",inted odf tho to meet 12lli at diy Hnmbiirp.of April I NOW INVITE: my customers and the !public generally to call mid examine my Goods cud pi'ices, for 0}) whi"h. COnSIStS of Gaiters, with and without ; Shppcr.'do. flo. ;

of the editors of the &'itillel, and no deep next, has Wen! by prd.-r or A. I WJNon,,O. W. P I fed sitisfii! that lean cult the moet fitxtidcousin, rites and quality. My Stock conniils of I >llnKllln, lid.Cn1fSkm and Morocco 'wxrvv('!';&VJ all of wlllclt I shall sell cheap,' .
J ly sjmp'athwe: with our brother in this sort postponed until tho 20tli ufylprilmt.\ t. My stock of Miss's ANI DOTS' BOOTH AND Siio' !a is also very large. .
; and unexpected affliction.: The deceased PR"'All Subordinate I>l\li.ions will therefore notify it ATS 1jKD-CAPSin abundance, from the best manufactories and of-Xh most

'vss a mOlt estimable gentleman, and died their representatives cf the postponmcnt, antIrequest : >. .,
1uul ODnStea fashionabtoatyles. '
$ ""
the 20thInrt.
them to be present at Hamburg on 1nllc) : C
in the communion of the lll1l'tibt> Church, .' J. 1) COLLINS. 11UCU XM ...
of hieli" ho had been useful and Gentlemen .
long -a S .ApriI14, I860. Grand Scriho. Tcivtjie :

', his conspicuous neighbors member.for his lIe was: beloved hospitality by FRESH: AMD CHEAP GROCERIES Hats and Boots and Shoes I would nay, that I am prepared to furnish them with: all kind of Goods requisite ae '-,
generous
and, utmexsl! benevolence] nnd had the y HadeCothing[ Caps, Crockery, make them a pair of Pant ot Coat ; 'or to fit. them with a suit of any quality of :: : S

.. and JHENMIU GROCERY[ STORE ** tkb5t
.j-, warm friendship personal rc'pcct Of l' READY-MADE CLOTHING -
*t 11! who knew him. :115a1'cl.wLlro a21c1. GrarOOOX'lOJS.We : : ) -

RAfter Uf *< fitful fever he .Ueps well"Floridian RECEXTL r ;'ST..tIlLlS/IED It 1'JOHN :- We give below a bet if a few loading articles.arrge ,. OF THE',MOST "'AIiIlIO. Anr.E AK'ES. .

%4 .. [ cf Journal, \4tk. M. PALMER _.-______..._- ........", ......- '.' My assortment of Youths' and Im! Heady.Made Clothing i 16 very larga and heautifuL ...
: : I liaveal
TUB DIFFERE c .-In a )pnson in New\ !r JJ J'J: rDQ [!" !la WLiA. 1L [!:::9D iDiri : (;j t'CD Hickory. bhlrta Jostu.. Drawers, dc., ito

: York, living comfortably and securely, is a .. Fancy ard Solid color; rilnl dlinrrpes; ; 1'/1 lie)' utitl I'lald EiJb, Iulltltlll; patterns; Gras TI,'- &) On the 's hole. lam iirrpnrciUomiiUlio most fuiUilloug S with almost. every article, and at a. tovpriciittitlioy -
who murdered TIlE UXDEIWIONED INFORMS 1ILS Friend Mohair Jiic4>iRt Kohcs Printed l.itoml; Muflin Hol.os. ; Colored Muslina-from 12} mny lUwIri-- j/*? '
tliinc ;
man woman on Broadway, Ddl.\o\ ;
; GOODS I U large nmlcoitiTiM*, confuting Bloaehed and Brown BUrVng
tnd, the tliut ho has received lily Stork of t'4TA l'LK '
her with The crime pulilui jrcnrrully now outs to COcenH pcrjnrd ; French, Unghrh:: and AIII, < ,'le/l11 IViuUaud Ginglinnis; Linbrolderlcs: ; Second \
1'luld and -
by shooting a pistol. Ms entire stock of Orociiiii, rrovioioii, Ac, irhlchhe 10 and 12-4. Sheeting, Bleached, Brown ami Colored Ji-aun. Uylptd Domestics, Deoima,; ..
MournIng Oooda, utah etylca. ..;;I
was totally unprovoked,nud was committed will sell :'I>rino. I'lrlpell'untulooli Goods, Ac. '

eight months or more since. In a grave- Olaorvip for Ortsla ," L'Z.1l.11ns.Lndlo. ;: RAND:1:
t A 'yard: in New York 'lies John Cumminx, :Jly stock ..onl.toln: port,of .,' Dluck S Ijice Colored Silk and. liurrgt.. Miiiilijlun: and DuMrls. wliit.li have Lean ri'irtcd! 11 ith great -=:l LSO; ..U'H l Yti OX ,
-
"}h III, eight weeks ago only, killed a rowdy 'C .f'LOUR-I'lnnt'. Extra; and E\tra Fuinlly; care, and out of which we hope to suit all who will glee uo 0 clIIL hardware, \\'OOd\\'AI., Ilollowore, Glassware, China. Ware, Crockery, Cutlery, Farner'i Ctenilli,' Ow- -. '

: 4 for insulting Mrs. Cummins, and tr'ing'to CIlSKHK YMiXvAi. Il-ilryj; HOOP SKIRTS HOOP SHIRTS pcnters' Tools, Snsh, Varniahi.1aint, antI White-wanh lirushci, SudJUry, Putty,OlaM., Oils, and a.lar(. 'j:.
break a little store wblcli she kept to aid if I'UAJi-Crushed, 1'ilnio, and Choice j lupl'lyIf choioo Toilet Soup'! and Perfumery. }\f)"'/
husband up in the RIOnn exi'4>ll-nt artli 1*; A largo stock of LiidivsniidMiti'cs IIopj) ot allqiiAlitics, ard \nrloua, new i\\tt\ >. .,. lint, on hand artS shall! endeavor to Lcrp l a iupiy['| of '( ,, ',
her .
poiUiig fumily.'he *
[ Acn.vt.lo. and Cured hams l (
Sugar
murderer of the" hu: -lot has plenty, ofluoney. BUTTER-1 he, beet Roi>lien; ; 4 STAPLE AND DOMESTIC GOODS. FAMILY GROCERIES, to wit : .

Tho murderer of the rowdy had COFFKE \\Vto and, Juvn. .Ineus Table Damasks and Ton flings! together uith a large supply} ) of oine2tc! Goods Candles, Soap, Starch, Sugar, t / .

none. TEA-Yoiiiis 11 xin and Gun Towdfr ; and Ladies, Jlis-ses and'CIiildrens Gaiter Boots and Shoes, good urpiy of the Coffee, Tea, ."' Vinegar, Mackerel, j. <'
CR4 CKER,9-oda, Boston, ISuttcr
hugnr
'-- Ginijor !Snaps' ; celebrated 1 liilndvljihio, make. llerriiigs:: Dried. Apples, Dried Teaches, Salt, f S i iA

.tir: The Richmond Dispatch says: that 1''KLES-Yixed.11I qunrts and pint, ; Yankee ISTotioiis.nitons NO. I LOT OF SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, CIGARS, &G.jjf r .
homespun clothes are becoming'so- fashionable FRUIT liaisons;Prunes, Fiji: ,Cocoa Nuts,Pine I thankful fur the liberal patronage that hu been heretofore extended to me by 41
w'ith bu"im'Rllll1en in Virginia, that the Arrl. Oranges, do: ; Pins ('"", I... of nil kinds Kail. Tooth aid lliiir lruthr, 1-iutlu r}ly" I'-rmhen) I'.oi o, FtUU and the pul.licnnd ala fot'I nwiured that they vullulwav find it to their Interest give mo a call anl'.xandai'S 'i'f.' :;
NU7B-Almondund A variety of otlierldndsjTO ; 'ulni Lmf Fans, Mourning 1'ans Kxtrncts: and Culu ucf-Ih"ldllhUul Uclle Brand, licit Clasps Knit,
/ elsewlicr JOHN 8. DI7IH&MonUofllo
' factories: in different of tho Stat find ,! nUll irie before nurdi mi?
parts (OO-nf various hrnndu and. let and.. Glue China nnd the little folks and, my coo "(
HA qimlit) tang riim, AdlUllultine> lntc |,IS1UalIiig's| > WaxCrilngliollstopltnsu -tf :t
Florida Mare :V4lh, 1860.
it impo: ibto!' .>ujth>: their present facilities, the celebrated ICillickiuli,\ bmoktng; Tobacco\ ; iirlotis 01 her things in this lino I Ino iiuineroiiii, to nii'iitiun. lulu hh h. 's e ,.1111 e iiltusi ,d 1 to ,,how.AIeo ,, 'WR .__,___. ._,__ w._ ._.,._ u., -5- -5-----a. %_ ttrwW-WrW 1t W ...
fill the that in CIO.IRS-olth! best end mot ", _lrlll.le IFIJLIS: which nresomvthii, nnd. Lich call S S v> Hnn. S- -
to numerous orders pour very the CKLKHItAlKD: :: ROUND EYE g ntw, to we :l\IonJ.E.: S .J.
upon them. brands kept constantly uQ. llud. Gei.tkiuen WilY attention the Ladies. FOR SALE.

rely upona good article; .V VALUABLE PLANTATION IN JEFFERSON STANDARD AMERICANMAP,
- LUlUORsJh'cr.ld Rye and Bourbon! IVhlsly .. Gentlemen's Fiimishii Cootl! "

SpecialNotice. New York lila, Old Tom, London and CordiulOin Our stock large anti well .v1eeted. embracing the, latest fiibhions. C'uuts runtf", nnd Vests;; The. latest COUNTY. Exhibiting the larger portion of.. .J.
Schedani! Schnapps' New Knglnnd: Uum do. styles of Spring! and Summer Hats and Cups fur I! )s, Youth*and Gents, Neck 'llesand Stocks, Coots nndhou THE Plantation called WIRTLASD. on Luke North America,-tho United States and :
c== HXVAS-Champagne. Mahiga Chanipacne. Oldi :\ *, itc.: liuosukie! 4 mile fiom Monticello and 21 miles Territories, Mexico and Central America
. The Great I>ra".ctor..raonHml 'J'Ating to the 'r. Cordial., Lemon Syrup, Soctih Ale, London S frolll the Pen. dc Gco. Hallioad, Is offered for said
the West India
;'sf itrrme south mid eetcrn country, Is the fear they !1'orter tc-: Family Groceries. It contain 2,310 aires of land, of which 111 or 18 including

Iiive. of the (er and ague-the liittt direful of all BU.\/JIUES-Ginfer rr"' nrl,Sardines, Ojsters -i Coffee, Sugar( Soaps Candles, Twii, 81.lce.l'cfll'f'r./:1tg.r, ,bull.Southern Made Candles, &0. TOBACioiis hundred are cleared and under fence. There are Islands, lc., ,to.PUBLISHED S
liiteascs. Every day wo hear of persona atUcLed in cans, Brandy Fruits Yeast i'owlera. Must CO), \ \\.ralldllInil. sonic of JIullir/s Le t. ) EGAlcS.t : ': un the place two good( Cottage J>welllng'Jloulea, NOVEMBER: 1859. : .
t the dlneoM uud ole In, short time, ard. JiVum! Krnit MiUlus, Starch, CPI..1I1'1l'l'lee. Kitchen, Smoka HOIIW, and other out houses, anda
a
I.. >y helplves We fcel m Ildent that our !oIrrlllg anti Sunlln Uttk 's ill meet the entire approval of our customers In[ this Man the, Counties are all properly laid ofanti
without any means of affording! relief. In view t>f I IVpper. Ginger; :>utinrg Worcestcr.htro Hume, and we.rcspc}, <.tfull)' atk an iimimtiouuf, or the wiuic. Give u. a trial before pLrcliuting elsewhere, good framed GIn House, 40 by 50 eeC j Stable, colored, and the Various Railroad and otber-
deirand for Dr. Hoetcttur bat .' Extructi fl! IVnrl haleruUs. Corn House, Overseer' house and Quarters for 100 "'
the great a remedy : P pper Sauce tar 'iv .rlnf( Jloi.tlcello, KloHilu, March Slot, 1800.'illoiiticcllo 1'0uI..I.oI" by hind and water ar*distinctly dr.wi.
presented hi* & ..I'Stnlnaeb Hitters/ whosecurative Cooking Sodii III j. i and 1 It.npcrs| Ko 1 $u..p t'egroes. For many yiar peel ibis plantation has cSCall at my Store and purchase one. .
powers fornllditenicsof the noinnch have and Cheuiti erosive soap, I'u"der and Shot Cup .. .. been cultIvated by Col. R.. II.. Jumble! ,. and ho JOHN S. DIVINE .
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l>eeu unl\cr.&lly akLnowli-djed.; The Ditff4, pre. and Gun Wads, Table! Salt in J'Oies' aud alftiobt every - --------- ---- I- SOIVlaT- ISTATI: NOTII: inde us good crops us any to the ntlgliocrliouu.Infurmution Montieello Flo., March 3, 1860. a.tt'"
parej after! |i'lonjexp! 'rivnetfHiid deep ,study have thirs'T! : the Grocery line. IlousCo" In ropnrdtothecharanUrof/ t the place
reutived the eucontuiiu of the most eminent pli)si- T hope to receive a fair, chars of the patronage of i SrATE OF FLORIDA, )r cnll obtained from Cut R. 1(I. Gamble, and Mr. '- .
clans as veil Mall clua: .es from very portion of our the people, and I a.anre them that it 'II ill le to W. M. HUMPHREYS. PROPRIETOR. JETFEKSOX COVKTT. { J. J. Hinltiii tiho was tho overseer on "the' planla- ..1F.. HAY WARD, *,

country. To those who doubt their many virtues, thfir Interest"trade"Pfth me, as I am determined -- B W. EDWARDS: ,hite, bheriff. and Adminlstrati r ion (urI year purchased T.: Ifayward&: Son'srs. "
oil we can say U to try '''em, aud judge ,for thetntvlres to make n AVISO I'URC1LAEDTI1E ABOVE fr tt offlt'to<>( the Estate of Tem!:)' Woolfc,lute of Jrf- For Tel ins and particulars, apply to the undersigned HAVING! luUcellaneou stock of GoodiJ_ : v *
respectively. A Liberal eduction iu p..iee.'. 1I..I--1 1 uf Cul. Uhiklurn) I wi'l l be ? ml I forsi County d'cu".I." tins. tiled in tho Probate near Muo eello. lend keeping a general assortment of '. _\' :4
QfSoU by drug sta and dealers generally. !See: ( to accomplish' this.. ileused to have the patronage heretofore ex-_ OlFicH, a written suggestion, tliut he believes the, CEO. W. TAYLOR. :
'
advezilsemect inauother column. [1m expect 1.-Hy selling for Cuali, I will nicks: no bad debts, tellded to It contiourd. I |Ito'\" also bought a lot of Estate of the L..Il TempyVoolfo to be lh"olvent. March 31, 1860. 1 tf PLANTATION GOODS AND GROCERIES:
o.oa and will not therefore, I be. obliged to nuike": Urge! r.ew fm ulture, uhlcli ,.-ill add( to the. comfort uudeouveuleueo Therefore, notice Is given to all pcrons having. Which shall be sold a* Iowa* can possibly b,* *&*
A Card to the] Suffering. profits out of good ciMt&Hcrt to cover lu.'IC'' 1 by tlioulio of my ftuosts. ilytnble sill always claim afaln.tuid Estate to appear and file the 1Gi'entRllI'gilifl.: fortieth lu this market and certainly a* low- a. any, C
supplied with the beet the market con alfurd.Murcli / same w iih the Judge of Probate of said County on I other establiahment.. in this city.ty _
The Rev. William\ Cosgrov, while laboring a* a 'II 2.-*By vcrjiay.getting tiwk for goods I can change my /4tl., I860. ly or h<.fure the 16th day of October next, when there I A \TALUABLEPLA.NTA.TION Terms Cash, or when called for. ,Call an*"*
I. /niMionary in. Japan }l'a. cured of Consumption, stock oftener and make umrul small >r<.ftt while wiu be u )iro-ratn distribution of the fad btlong- !>rice maui befoV purchasing nl.ewhere, S
j
when all other 1,.-.nalad failed, by a recipe obtain by crediting I would make but our. Family Groceries and Provisions.f lug to aid lUtutc amongst the creditors thereof, kt Tallahassee. March 10, 1860. 4.t tf 5 t
ad frosa a learned physician residing in the greetS JOhN M. PALMEK. which time the said U. W. KJwardt; will applyfor -
ild0. ,This hat cured numbers 1" Ln/uj. and Rio Coffee, Green anti Black SALE. 5
reelpe AdmiiiiAtration of 1cL
city great 8,1 tf his finiil discharge Irom the Just n.eoe:1'Ved.: 1-
April 7th. 1860. tie Teas, Rice, Sn"nr, Flour, Cured Ban
who wero differing from Consumption, Bronchitis; Kncar stiltS E;tute. M. II. STRAIN, ... PER NE.W ORLEANS, STE.\HEllo1
Bore Throat Cough and Cold.. and the debility country Ilauttand. bides, Tohauco, Siirura. tie. for H.1860.-6m. Judge of 1'obati. FUR SALE ONE) OF THE MOST ,
and ne oa*.Upresaion caused by these disorders. U. 8. MARSHAL'S SALE. sale ly J 31 1 k W J> MA R Vl."', April ]L c nlullblol'lontAllou.IDJt'lfenltn i County Florida BACON:: SIDES, Canvas Hams. Me** fork, 5.

Desirotu.of Leoefitting others, I will send this virtue of a .,rit of fi. (u. ccponjuthcmentEy ESTATE OP RACHEL >>. SINGLETON, DEC. lying in the Fork of the Aucilln River adjolnnf Flour, and 10 Barrel 1a Whl.k,,. ,
recipe which I have brought home with me, to all BY award cf parties,issued from the Clurk's Of 'Crockery and Glassware, ( Cof. Flnlerson's. '3her.t. between :NINE'( A. F. IIAYWARD. *
who n4:K.t ** f charge. Addres fit.e <,f the United States Court :Northern Di.4rlct of In (great: variety, and for sale by APPLICATION FOE'FINAL DISMISSION. hUNDRED AND A THOUSAND ACRES In the Tallahassee, March 10, J 800. 5.Vlf b I-I1 S
REV. WILLIAM COriGROVE.ISra ; Florida. BtlallalxiMee. wherein Culler & Beers are Manh81.180.! JXA 3I-PJf4RVIN: SIX MONTHS after date hereof I hall present tract. It is well Improved. with a Fine I) 'elllng
) 130 Baltic strett. CrocVljn.N Y.FOU 1'lnhtllT'lIDd C. C. O'Neal defendant, and James my final accounts and voue1. r., as vidminls- and Negro House RC.VD HEAD I ,uEADfl15r *< "
J). Hampton is (,Claimant I have levied upon and :iiiirxiitu.ro.Sotta :: ; tutor it officio in the E.tnt* of Rachel M biugkton {3f All that i I. necessary to satisfy purchaser Is undersigned will continued to supply U1 i
S StLi-A1toue.aud valuable Lilt>e% will expose for sale at pnllio outcry to the highest of Cottage Furniture iu oak belts: of En- !late of Jefferson County deceaMd, to Honorable to Took at the place, and learn my terms; both of :Montieello market. the present year with
the Town of Montieello. tfor par' Mticnkrs :: iddrr,before the Court House door in the town piMontiecllo amelle4 furniture nmhngan; French Bedsteads Judge; of Probat for said county,and apply (0' a which can be doiw I y applying to my overseer on BEEF and all other description of meat b e CaB ob-, Stale
apply tt tile J'- lnJOffice. ,Jefferson county on the tint Monday\ in Cottage Cottage bedi-teudii,;Bureaus.1i" !; blond, discharge (r4l10 th. aduiiuu-lrattni of said estute. he place. I* C. JOUXbON. ; but he has concluded to reqair QUARTERLY : S 1ALSO
C March 17, IS-&O. S-tf May next (lie following described accrues, to "it: Tete a;totes, Chairs!: Ac: fnr stile by ( B. W. EDWAIUItite* Sheriff January 88th .sso. CO-tf310X PAYMENTS from bis customer. Ifs hope1 *. c I

-- ----- --- ------ Amanda, C negro woman, and her three- children;; ._ JJId? tV'P M.I R J"T.v. April H, I860.-Cui cud.-ldui'r excfiii.Io ---- no complaint will be made against this arrangePient .,. .
levied oVen as the property of said defendant, and ..eo as it absolutely nercssarytthat h* should /
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Candidates.I to le sold to sdtisfv said .rit, according to luw.'E. Iron and Steel.:) VLt11.lnJ31 e r ban bit money. to enable bin to projwrly supply: :
E. BLACKBURN U. S. M. PICOPERTYONE ''''CCLLO'nJ'L the market with a good article of mtaL i
TI/tTGII) Steel, Kail; Rods Horse Shoes, te. for TOWN ........
8 StT.ACES. .
ty We are authorized to announce GfBW L April7th I860. 1 sale. J JIV r XARVIX 'PIIE SUBSCRIBER PECTFULLY IS..L t. V ;
by -fi'Oi'l[ AL! : .
forms hi. friends and the public generaly .cL:: I : j.
t:. KILatEASE of Gdlen County as a caodt Coiffure*-Collars Uo loIe.It dUtiuc-tly understood, that .1t.J.hoM
date OP re.elect ion to the office of Major General J Jnd: ..Undereleeves Embroideries in, Caps Lace,, Muslin and Cam Wood: and Willow Ware, of the most desirable lot In town of Mon that he continues to keep open the above UOUM. indebted to him, ty not. or account must maJc .. ::
whlcla
of the lit Di\i.llon of Florid Militia at Ui* elee- tula at containing about one acr.a. upon and 1* prepared to aecommodat permanent aDd indulgence eaanot bet .
tc. For immediate as longer "
brie Linen and Marseilles irwtU, AVare.'ie. and the articles payment 1'
1001
tloetobTbeldtallayaect. ,* ; Tlfl fancy usually a remarkably good neat and convenient Until .ransclent. boarders.having word the Uo saflic'unt.. .
A to '
......... : >> ... unpreccdeotedly low prices M byManhSl. A W MARMX. kept in this line; For sale bvWPXARVIlf. .lag Haute, and all necessary out buildings, with disposed of his Livery Stable, h* will! Itiveo. ABBOTT. .:
Wears- authorized- to announce GEORGEWTACKUILL. 18110. J -S._J I stable, carriage house bathing house, two well of hereafter devote Li* entire attention to the eomfuH 11th, I860. 53 tf 5- .
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February
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5- .. water ete., ecu be purchased at a reasonable price.rjT and convenience uf his v ,
< of Leon County a* a eandiduU Hooped SkirtsIX { guests. .
Books and Stationery. }further the Editor O. :v
apptto BUSS
for th* q4ge of Major General of the lat DivUionof Embroidered particular !
every variety SMyIe and price, and School Miscellaneous of the Family }, liuL March 1860. : J ;
FlqrliU .yilitio. at the election to be held in May sale /CLASSICAL and Books IT. [5-ly] Proprietor. Syrup Syrup S ,
Skirts, for by
\J Reading, Ac., for sale, by April 11, 1860. 8-3m
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I Jl8.1t. r--__.4.t' ..._ S March 81. 1811f JMAWP: MARVIN' : S JJf V. : eanounc.-.TIIOM&.S Goods Brilliants HAVE on hand a quantity of Iseellen&
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.n MtliorizaJ to White S
il. TIUPLE1T w a caadidat for Lieutenant ColMiel .. Rich, do Or BOOTS AND SlI01<::oI. undersigned has lost thir following note to All persons indebted to the undersigned I syrup! wbl.hwUlb..oidiitare.luced prlH. ...
of lb 10tU.Jtejrimsnt of Florida Militia at NAL."iSOOK Plain and Flgnred and; Cambric for : fine Pump anti Stitched Hoots.-*, wit-Given by W. A. Walker,the 16th of February by not or ot ..r1rlao. are notified to come Abo.: !good Syrup Barrels with iron hoop*,*>..f>at It
/the election to,U Udd l U May next. Tarltons, Jacocf J M itY P MAKYIN. GEXTS tine Congress Gaiters, OxfurdVRITie | I 1858: and due lit diy January 1859.: to Jeu.e.Nteley. forward and settle u I am needing money very In. will.. be turtle .4 at the original coat.fff ,
A e I. uleiy s.1 Ladies fine heeled Gaiterswith fW. ,or bearer calling\ for $104. Puld note wa much indeed LoDger Indulgence cannot l bet given Apply at BIT residence, two mile north of
I I'mnps
traded to and I have wet the same, a* stated abova. IL K. WALKEK.: Grooverville
road.
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rf We are autuorixd to annouie JOHN W. Prints-French English, American. and without foxes, Ladle fin* keeled kid Slipper MoulUello. oa the
All art therefore forewarned against 18th. I860. 1 3u W. 0. CLARK, .
of both fine sod persons February
PPES at an4uUu fur Colonel of th* 10th Regiioent Iu OrJoredBril.llaot ; and .general awortpitnt
and Robi
be had INGIIAMS.: Plain : than hive been trading for the sauce, a* I have applied for Its re 5- January U. ISGO. 484Lj
({ I'lorU U&UA, at the clectUo to G variety (1.1'..1. by r"Saeks, at prices lover we I__ S
L. LANG.
\ *, Iq great uewaL Hardware Holloware Niti1s .
For sale by ,
aut. 1'1l.'RVIY. able to other: them for pssL ,
J.Q My J M..I.IV! *
_ __ 10'Jf'IIn AuriUth, 1860. 8 fit PICC.'P.
tJ a IIor > tfo IV'P JUJvJ.V. DLANTATION Tools- Cast Plough, and al ESTATE or JAMES X. TCCKEH,
We are 4lhMUe'l to aaaoiuie ThOMAS Home Furnishing Go ds. -a '. 1. good in this line. for sal* by APPLICATION FOE lIB AL DISMISSIOL
P. COOKSEY Cs a MO A-iU for Major of th* Low.ftc Cloths Towel- Jewelry In great variety; Silver Forks. Hats and Cans. uuol1.eJ't& W, P. MAUVIN. date htrsoI shall rat
Table Pojfiet from
BaltalUom uf th*lOtk JUgiuent of florid MilleetitiedtMeycxt. T IXEN tkrnaek V7V Spoon Ivory handled KDhe.,1l..vy fUled floe Fur and C4 ainer.H U; Youths n< SIX month *4mlaUrtoroftbaEsUMof $'
sale
.1.4 hog; Pillow ''ccc tineee.c.fui by .jldtaters.. Cake Basket, te. For*al" by, GDi'S di do Panama Leghorn Straw rov account*nd voaohwi. M teirviCtag
*
tla, at th* : J 11 d: W P )1A1tYIY. ; Plantation Goods Jm_ L Tucker, tssassd.tb is
V'Lv' S
/M t! IV'l' Jl4R IUU i.for U by J. M d W P MARVIN.
-.1- ? klJedwIeIIeOU5t7.CP4
\ heavy Striped Oznaborg; Oznaburgi; of different Hoe. Judge ProbaU
ZW"W.: art uljoriied} to announce tLieuteDaut W. Ready Alade Cl thing, Mantillas French Lace Points, Trimmed and untrimmed; Bloomers, qualities cad 1 price, Striped and Plain Dom4lllliue, Fralbob.duIch&rfr.ifltbsw.. -' ..
I IL ELUS, M s ccrididate 6>rFtr T7 OR Oeatlenun Youths and Boy* la great vail thol.te.honl BOSO'TS.! ArtificUl, Head Dreatea (onus by brews im.cJitn greatvsthty.realeby .
all
, ot the Mootlfdlo I P#at pf Florida Mi- V "f ud at pilate to suit aU clAsses. fur .l. by B ERAGE tws, rc.rsiil.by Shawl, Searft,and 1M. W'i1AVIL *, J..M.&W.P.MA VI .. J.J1. .. W, f. MARVIN. April U. lUr4' suzvlvic .d"'f.I

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: Rule (,}t rg\t\\ t3.11'Ro1\ll'on e1VcVY ('If An.u. O"\V PRIGEDSEWING AUK JUST IlKCEm G.AT, TIlEIUOG NOW IN FULL BLAST ; ( '

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1"r IAr.U I\r. ., ",.. ehtg".\ (In I\ftlc\ I. MACHINE_ ___ {r ATr \ TrJ'rJ'n: \ m _ _ _ V ; .' j

.,;, &"" '''' \\ \\g r V\\ \ ...., n'l.ner Olfeivu! sewing with Iwo Thrcnll dQ1 :L!. lli ill "W t J)}). .11 WJ J.hl llt! .5 VV.V_ J., 5, "'f..

,$ .... the clI'n"'gneet! \n'I'll 1\\1\\\1'"..\\e.e crewll h ''pllRHK\ : Mn.'hines, are tie bc.t tnmnikct for fnnitJL -_-_ )}.5 l It al

-r1.. .. ""' \\1\\11", .. ly sir,,11I1IIlion nu e ; and they nrt* >o F'.mplelntl '! 4 -K&ir j sSe "
a .'.. l'S, !''Iul"t. ...ir comlrnellon, that they. way be rent into > gf| i mfi V HAVING JUST.RECEIVED A fORTION OF THEIR ,'
I 'T .. '.. O'fel .1'1. .tr fnmlllcii ti itlt no other ln.trm.tion< titan are contain
...,.1'ttf" %.e"' ... 1..1111 A circular, which necompnuieseneli m.iehine, MO fiCli LI J.'T.OHIV.\.:

Ta4i3thlIC. And f.ml'hleh A child ten yenM old may readily 'II'P' SPRING AND SUMMER STOClTHAIPIUI .
nd\ng learn bow to tine and keep tliem In older.llMT 'I 'r
...."" ,. ..ttICELLO.hoOd& e P. OFFICE. .'f! | .on. In need of good mnchino, will! ndvnnee
I I.irInh'rcst. bv .nllinf! upon tho undersignednud
$dr hl tate, the Mails will be clo ed 'iti hn.lnlt. t1"1.ltl'le iiiiicliincs me wnirnnted @ <& FANKDY [ @ @ S
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;,NORTIlEUX l.\tT.. i good woikr, JOEL U. COLLIX: Ant.M.iiteehh. ,One of t the e Largest and most Complete! Stocks of Which vst ctiucftihly mleetcd by two ot the firm, in pttson, from the mm lets In the, .e"lntr', .the

vnng, (except\ !Sunday.* ) nt"4( o'cloik; ..,_. Dee.. lilh.1M.u\! In"I".ci"l of the (l.nUil: L Is respectfully. Iuuvited.TXI1. )
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?J,.. EASTER MAIL.
r' .trr 7 Evening, (except Sunday,) fit 4j. o-lock ; Valuable Invention! TO LADXES.

r* .,. WESTERN-MAIL. g OUR STOCK OF-* S
nnYMGOo'ns -
TM'LE AWAflCY\ .
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Every Evening (except Sunday,) nt'l'dIwlc.. \ f .
4 Jy No letters win, i be mailed after tin1 nbm, IXOXOMICAL; AND VAUim'V STEEL DL.tHPLO'VV' : L adi.cs' Fancy Dress Goods .
time.' The office will be opened. on!Suudn\' 9 fnnn T Jto | .
.- $.. 8. o'clock. A. M., nnd from 1 to 2 o'v1.e,4'. M.- Patented Jane 21st 1859., EVER OFFERED-TO TIlE PEOPLE} OF JEFF1 HSOX. !li n nlly n"lInlir nnd //Complete, rmlirai.Ing every Variety of IMtntiful Design nnd'qunlitics) such '
We nhnll adhere strictly tn the alM.ve.) .. ,
, 'r 'fir C. A. BIIAULKY, I1. M. Thtntaxl i'cotioinifal, Conm>iitnt and fyiiitnl; Cn'.livntur ; W 1.; ", .'",,,,,,,""" "..,. u. .. Silk'!, Barages, Organdies, Jaconets, Lawns in great variety, Robe a Lea
tecr Invrnlrd.rilEN' .
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.ntl lIo. February 85_, 180H.L& __.._._ AND DOUBLE SICIHTS. ALSO :
n ---- \\ PROPERLY MADE The j 1'c.1idioI11nltle. by,ill Intt Tall, t'mt'. the liuirlJI11it'1100111.1 lie, \c\\-\
XSTIKKLY NEW EXTRELYXL'WH\\ > T un.l CK!, If It thou nottlnn .\ Jjirgo .\< ln been till! rcnlixcd..1i.il .
: m\tt'lhlJy: iiicronsed! owing to the completion' r>f our Kailrmd: : :' ) RIUBOXS, LACKS .AXI *
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AVhat is it? jirorc itwlf, we herein, [ .ieuigeiiir4etvee It will bo iTincmberpd we bronp1itr; out tlio licn R-st Mock of Fall and Winter Goods J'JUIXGS a

Wonderful l-iirlfineDaiby's \Iellt, to return the, money to tho.-c .1"'l'nr'" ever olrcl'cd ill this 8Ct'IiOlf of find not wit!h lnn.1int tIle Iitlflsctisity of that tMk
? : That elm.c ritfliti/ fnrtlieir plnntAtiotis. (01litry; ; ,! \ : Jnhl ztit
RequIres) but one Stock for Any kind of Dlnitc, ten we I1I'ij lJIIl'l'Y to h\\'c: it in our )I'OWCI' tn IIlalo that it lti4ulI liven nlll, 1\1\111'00111 tlutieby M@1

?Prophylactic Fluid", of which may lie 1'u1111, fiutcued and tnkt'ii off In IJ'clt tstii1k', (ill ('nltn ctioll with flu :I\lMilion WI bup" Flit,. to OI'!! !tlm',) for! the YEn 1 V : II

I on*miaul e.KnJnptnl. HEAVY :STOCK: 01-. LV
._ flu I' II XHH Dtfcnttry. It i* f*, Rtlt ohun to SOd, n1> anil be turned into a double plow A Large and complete] ortment\ of Bonnets flllfl LadiesRnllllbises'
_ td &.."",1.. It i i.q a Triumph of may .
/f!' SriVn/yJ Skill 1T f desired nnd I In no eonntrnrlcd that a ved |lnnti-r oJ ; '
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'? rnvlded* may he attached to It, the vot,>t of *hIck will ,not \ nnd t : W.nllh"h1ch Flats ; ;
V byKatar exceed one dollnr.Eery ln'\nu csllflflllC ,,, S1 JViili; I C"lIerll..rllenl of .
U, *herwlf for rendering pure the air we breath.
UdLlnclmUe > Itll.Jf.111e
Y obedience to lixcdnvf\ IV i pnrt Alllllhljllsl.IJI. to t.
In
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Stock "liioli amy bo made suit of common pinv : GOODS .
:. QUICK; SUliE, POWERFUL j plunk (90 riiiiplv constructed, and) t'uri-! ..in! Io \\ were: piirilinxt'il! rncof the Firm, !ill j t'PI' .oti, and; now,boinp roooneil' 1y'c.. "VI7ITJ] .

4 "*tt rmrifioii. dweHln ink""% amllJtelien\ .; f\\i\\\ \ in the iron part, that the..nliolo ,iilnw nmy lie ely ol'lhal! f'OlII! Xew Yoil, mid ollur jwirts. As 1 iistnl; ; I, <>'ir goo'N\ 'i\ behold 1 I ous' t tIle And of Wanted'' "
all off..n.h'e .cdor readily ptit up \1) the eomuiom t Hiullli after onneoMuliiiiU n Description Fancy Iliticlesjenerallj
It
:; d It reniorea nr.e burn with liu-tant certuinty; ; ; :( n 1'.rr'cll'nU..rlJ Theoii'iiimiof. nil nlio most reasonable: ti-nni, and we fi-ul. perfectly.* :satNlU'd: *' tlmt they will 7": '.in<;et thf Tiiiprol'ition : almostbeij ,
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( hn\c and Iried it.l Hint It '1111 be the of bur CII tOIllI'I'g. tit., ",
\ Men .
; -ItprerenU meot from ppoU'ing ;, A Large and Omipli Stuck ..t STAPLE GOODS. auth>" h use
It nlakow hard water noti; V O:1L': PLOW rtED ... .
t 'It U the best eo nittU r m "WHin n ItnoatUri bolls when formlnif; Inking ,,'verlll l years! together, It will bu lint n ininllpnrtot OVR 1.1:01'SI': win.: 11.I.It":1); : : : SUMK I op .
U'tootbtt boils ulien (formed aud hoali! them nip the beliig not only ?' 's'Tvll'Tr" .
pietcnt plow Anpennes rajli1 Ja&jVJi iJ\J
F.VV y \ Ci)
Whrf ',+' *+' .& the nnwt, .nnnient, but, the ohcnpeH plow.that cnu Lad. '' ..e s "QS? o.s s G--ob cl-s lAt i'
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R .ncnrtbnrn
r llee ; 1 li 1'nrnuTi fit thrtr 1.10 ( ;
ncd.
J.. ] 10 can r.rl'.lIt ul"ply'of[ Will oerlainK' 01 lriktlhcndniirotlon uf tin f.ilr .eThey. "'"1"1'1 ufc very .di-H'riptlon[ (1'IIlIIlhu itieopc.VCulieototlie'tUlio.tMlk .
.1t&tatettrsuii1aI.t1I"n'It ; Scntor% Miovi'lS and S"'eopn" for I ,n nd cccii J \V IIII' V.
ti'ftood (,.r lIvhllnele.. ulcer, corn nnd sore knock hut wing off their ,,ruught Tnrning Flows I : I lo wit : CO.MH.riT. ASSORTMENT 0V *J Jl( EVEitY: { DIM RUTIOK. ,.
It elennivs the teeth and I purifies the breath; nail fix fur thin.PerMii .. Plain, Dress! Silks' ; Flounced Silk HilI..!'!! ; Or!: andiu: Uobes ; .
It dcVroy* alt T"ltelnL1eand animal pol-unn; Individual RljliN in Fine Jluslin Koln-s: I'li'ii'-h Lawnesi' '
wIshing or County : ; Organdies' : ; / ; ., -
i ;* ;.; It t b the .bent preparation ever used for fresliwounds. \ ...entcrn Icorgin, or Jefferson County, Hull- Fine: Jaconets' ; )I 3In--liiis; Uerage: I ; GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING .
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da, will a.ldre ,
S, It rcUctcJi tn 'a few minutei th* bites of \\nicel Dr. .\. PEELER V ontierllo( .., Fin. Keiago Augl.its: ; Jloiiniinj; ; roods ; ',- C'nlicoi-.s: ofevery style, Ac.;

> .t 'ttlnlf'or. )bee*. CtC.1r .- Ret.. WM. l'EELEItVaiikueiiati: Fl;. With the most eonii1etc| nssortnient! of HHT] &: AND: L3M N (fJOD3: C\'t.,. .
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#-. V ThIU08l'tul.'of. Sew Orleans and- Mobile ore u February 18A18QO. 8m brought Monticello.). A \viy largo stipnly of .nc Furnfshfng Goods.
It .... .
Jill( ;
i ',. J Io pltal corporation, -phtfl.niati.rSV mnnufhcturf state 6fJames:. .. ; B. Beard: deceased.: :! J'ibioiil-i"' ; ( ,lf'p.y/ ((//'J/flel'8lt'el'r.'t./ ; IIFl1'(1Pe, Cutlery, r'1', Crockery, Fanniny ltcJ ..j
'-. era plAnll'r'.l'hplcillll.urlll.l..d.' by the gallon utii. Application for Final Dismission. ?lttiitilla, rrciicli I.:icc i'olnls and Shawl"l of ,iitrioci Minis., All .f \I 11.1 \' ,, lii lukc jilensuro In exhlltlng to fuvchnl' and ,. ill sell thai its on ,n" v..n"In\"
reduced ratc.I1 "
.11.V \ 1 Fe rhull. final Also Lace Goods Vohcts I Itilibon-i, Uurlict I-o\vers| P1 u1iuse'];Clnnctl IJiavr ta.rnisui-a ni, h..uII Mouutleclio.' 1'1'11 lit }. Tolt E f... .1.H'r tr
I1 The w5r.I'mt.mA'It T'I'IIO.llln.1ellvl "er S months after dale, I present my : Crapes: : '.31 I :;''. ir vauut wl.h to get- for '. luuahTui.iVtnetut. l0rth
mitigated/ ny the line of this Fluid! ; it hn. been ncconnUnnd \owhei" A.lllllul"ralor uf the \ Kid nnd Cuiliniore: (iaiiiilU-ts: Kid nnd Silk Gloves: Cotton, Merino and! :Silk: I IIoMU- I.\1\I\-: tiiry') far taluowluig good ) "lrlf") tTExtr IIEItRINO. 1..1.11\, .
known to check the..prend of Typhoid Fever intunines Estate of JIIIUM 15. Beard, late o J'ff.'r"n County ftt t'n 11X.I. t la.UEP
and c.\ten-i\e! and ittjjTcF .. Mnrcli
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i) ; : : a ury ) elegant: : Mipp'j' -- 4-
_ said :I.II"I. 101'\ 186.
and tiH| >n plunUtions. deceased,to the I llunornUe.ln.lco/ of Piolurle) of I
I Lending rhyitlelanmiro inln ; it in Chartoton- ; county, und apply furu dischuigc" (ittut tltemlniiiiistrutionof ) > gjJuf3J] i = -- .- ,--- -- -.-" ni -- V --:--:-'-:'-:: ..
lumbio,.Snvaniiah. AUII''I.: .Itlnntu .Mueon, ('0' ald
F ? Selnm, Mobilo! ami Sew Or estate.DAXIEL T. LINGO, A.lm'r. ". i i IIOSTETTER'SSTOMACHBITTERS. .Commissioner's Sale
lunibu Montgomery I Of'n New 11I111 Etsv: Styli', h's.iguuntuul "TII1' IIEI.I.1'! ; ((1\\" TillOl'TJ l: ( 'flll'\
lean,. February 1 1 llh, 18110. flits fail outln.lv fl1vsial.Vt': 1'In' al" 1..1\,1, III' OF i/; ]-s 7:i TK.Fiist
: nnd > .. l'lIInot: to I'h.as; : ::1 iucv "I tyIt B U SItE, Rl
vFor*ale by druggist! country nii vell11nllll'l1et'Jlly : --- --
V J from whl\l" order are respectfully ulieltml Estate James n.:Brook" deceased. mhle: cntin.h't I l of "tt'd. nlll1 Si n Ii.rht! RlII1 I uI'IUOt54 I 111:11 I t: IJ.I'r. will ,'cl'Ja:ti lily I lit' :i .sl't-ist; I.,!I. I .jMoiuliiy in DeceinlnrTX Iwxt.

Try lit Iwitt one bottle; price I 50 conn. Follow. : '1'hp 1.\vi ES' l>EI'1 TI I'X'1'of our !I\\ 1 I '
n I H(,
,
.t .1. ,
I1OS.TKTrKitb
ninnufactnrerscf Wil
in The jiiiMunn "
onlv th rvopviltoIld
Manufactured
directions. Txibratnry o Notice. aItILICS of :11111 coiseukia. '. .
,
tufTs lieaisty : .
... .. ) : : ; : tuly 'it t Ite Middle ( Com I f
DAKBY: PRICE STOM."UII'r 'I..ui
; month after date, I uliiill final ... 'I nI.III.\n1, Iloibtiti, ,. sit!isty I In i t'hi.uIueipy"uiufltlp ( h ntuilere|
luburn \ SIX pricnt my .' 'N. __'_h -i. S V V. TF.I1.S: : can appeal ( ( tollirxifiiiiiuinl lt ??,
pV .. Ahl. \ nnd Yniuhiw. to the I/l"u"rll..lu.I. ,, rii! 'nigcnerullyof llio UnitedS tile I 18lh <1or JIII.I..11.; ; I J. I ll"i. I II 1..lnin
a trFor Nle In Miintjc1I".by of I'rnbnte fur' Jefferson County! u* iiilmiiii.-tnitor uf Fort) THE JENTLEMEX: JIII\. 111'1stolk of mebePiinwtlie article his nilainedarcputiiiion *. "III.\ I'.' ii Clutanh..e t. J. t5iiiglita.u",. : I.r
we : ( punhased :\ 1'X"IIr
'r. 'M. rJ\T. mn.I .. :as i u-.ua: : niT I ( .'tj. J.
the estate of .Jiiinc It lii'ooks'hite, uf mid,\ eiisuntil.Ccinuiil. 1'1'1' CHlli'I'J uuutk uaown. A few fact suiunthi.i ,. 111..lou. 0"10' I. ,
LWForauleIn, xe\\'r""I" ;(.V and ask to be diimWud fiom the fustian joint will rpcnk nor rAw'ruly linn ciiiVilliauiu e. a utul 'tVIfu. nail ) .1"1111111:
JAMESV.. SKIPPER. admiiiistrntlun of mild estate. I tiliiinitiiil Inie n-mcriion, or I 11 I uonlng unery.I Kl-toii. are foudiipK. the. 11.1.'A.I.' IIIII.II.1, !

: X. B. Pernn f uMiing! miU ore., water eto., an XAXCV J). IJROOK: AAm'x."* READY MADE\ CLOT1IJKG lie Io'11'\11\' : of 10Klelf". 11011e llil- thu luIIttiuuted First a. CUIIIIII.I./er, !. ,,.e. 55 t III||. I'l
1 14th, /uiO.; 49:"" dm; ul.I.I" Iai.'tialcr. I Isnu,
.. alriod. pan have it dune on reaiouublo terui by Janunryy _. tens fur car 11011led over a 1 s. I. ,'Ui
ituulihic .
thai .
"l.lIn10 Profeuwr Darby.Mprll26th. -- ------ -- --- .miu" boiiloH, nut t rl'OI its nmnifcxt Xcadyiiicrr'iitf olIe" t Ili"helt l.id.l.r. II.
'I / 165S:;: 10 I If J>tate of Einmalu Bellamy] tlccM( -.\SI:0.:.' IHUKVM: : .ANt JrI'II.\ST: : ; i.orojf- .. I : in I time p'sl, it id evident that during C"II'tH"I.U I II I the to\l'1 of. 3lauuui[ "-.1'I.r.... t lie
the coning, lisa reach Cusuuuty J..Jf..I. the fiihIua'j ttg lii it.ls. t.elatiuuistg;
t < Application for Final Discharge. F U :lR. IJI: E1 J: X N G G0 0 D S. iH.ire.ie1 niilllou: year but rOI.III.llon1. i hi.lllllel8e ta Ih. e-tnlo itt Ciutariec T. J.SinI.'lun..I..I, tat
\. 500. Barrels Lime MONTHS: after. date I shall present my final.: hl"ocn Hold hut for tin 11 ,. it: The I 4. or Ih..1 E f ur
SIX account and votuhcr ns Exientor uf the. estate hun Clot lung/ la ,all mamifii.-titrvd t of tlio lest, fibrlisiind ciitaitdtimdxln I t the. l.it--l tt\le. *. AI", .. :'.'iillii 6"\ nc\cr" cou.nined, in the rare 3. Range '.. East ; llo..s"cli"4 o Ill.S'cctiaui'ruwllahil'
, ..f Cinmnlii" Itelliliny lute Jeffeivon count\, and Linen B.-hh.l.: und! Collurt; MILiiuJ Mnriim Jc-tt( :hliU und I) '.,,s-i,C; ('rts\itt', (ilo\e* and 1IIldl"II i ropcrlies prcpara- I alldth X f" ( 113, antI III.
Mineiion (>f the mot prominent < J SWUO' the E. iaf Ihe'
t[ EgUaltojny Made in t the e World deceased to the. hnnor..h1oJIIII:1;: uf I'lolmte of. tu'hlcounty ll.iu.lkercl.lif-: 1(1.1111, >"i'inl.Iu., I"" suctions of lha country v'of S..tiUIII ; thl X W f of !Siat'tiuui 32:! :
and apply for n discharge;; (rom the executoroliipof -- vhciv lie "," !l..lll.eot JlIr.\\I, vhq not onlyreiutuitit'b S \f ol""I.i sl.III.. S W f of 'cll.n II,
said estate. HOOTS AND SHOES. HOOTS AND} ::iIlOEzI.I.fIail'S' ; : I 11'0 I bittern( I paiiiulu, but 01" N Wi o thou 1.:i.sit. ill .
; rffZf* TnEUXDKRSHSSCO; )Im* on hand at WALLKll TAYLOR 'r.Ntucndier 3. liauige 4. I 'l'I"'I.II'
** : Cloth nnd Kid Gaiters!, anti] Calf Kid, Goat: nnd] Kip Euaits311s.s&.s' ; Iru reid.ul: nil twines togi\o Ic.lilllli"I.lo( its suaare less. urtl 01.1 EI.t. eOITnilg, 11111 iuitr5.
!26th :\ 6m
18S9.
: rtuuincLla dcruu .
ill ci-mof
aJSul euuuUiiii'l 1
barrel of Fresh Lime. whith i I. i ifliearjr :
least 500
: Cloth Kid Goat mid Hoots and ] Caltnn.I Hoots and :KGentlemen's ; "I
--- : Kip oyi' Kip ; ihe Ihcrclroni. L .
a KOO>I a* can b.IidIn4hwunhI. Certitieate* to JIKC"'I"" resulting tTlm 01' UU-OI".lllir.l.ra.I.:. R.I
.
itch effect can lie furnlnbed.from nuuiueruuperufl* Exec1l tOlo'sN;! oticc. ( CtU'mlll: J\il'] IJooti: ; VI.In N not, 111"101111 I '' 'popularity,, obtained tll II "u.llln'lall..nI8.. pllxfla,] In "M'
who have I tried it. tlie lo. Calf, Kip: and! Goat :Mioe; <(. I ly ,' '. ,II way c.f 'truin- 11.tO\ .cur j\1h eight pr t'yuut. Intend
;
: I'erfons wII.Ing l ; Limo will find It to. their Interest I 11." LL tate l'EItSShnvingdeuuuauuds of Vincent J, StrUkluud lute njjiiitiit Jefferson e* --- j iiing Ihu! <|ii.ilnies, ef the lliltcra, but a solidCsuir.ittuiailu fr"day of mln, u mortgnw V ",the lr"l'l"J.,
: to \ of me, a* it can be had cheaper purchase 11\1": "'. .deceased ore lienlij nntifUd! to prercntlli HATS AND CAPS. JI.TS:1: > CAl'S.Gcnts' : .t,
I b..tterlt'MIIO. than ..I.... "I're., Apply at my LimeYard I .. dcptiuacl IIO ns enduring an ( 11.lt. JU11X WLST- '
about twelve mile South of Moutlceuu: and Jhhl"llrlh.m to the at undersigned Montieello. or to niitlienlUutedith my agent. Col.V5.. !S.. fine Heaver and Silk Eats: ; Gents' :Moleskin :nnd Cassiineru! I lints: ; Hoys' Ca: ,.i. 1.elh'I'! i t-lumucb liiileu hus\a proved Mardi 31t. ISfiu. 7. olll.l.n'r.II

near the .$Autnintlne Road.V III the tine .."cribtd by IIIW duly, or tliI notice will tc mere and Wool !H.its: ; I'anatn.i; : :Straw: nnd I H.its: and 1 Caps: ot \ cry tlcnt.rijitioii.MjSOOllflfleOUSA..VtjCleS. "H..I.'I.I t" regions where fever and aguo I 1------------! -- --
ir JOITX M. RAVSOIt.Je.1crou : 11.o1,0r..r, ,1..lr and all in .. n.'. ....- .. .-_ uaia.l I vurioiin tiller l1iull ci'Ui/luiul4| hate : Not ite.
tfSj plead recovery ; persons it tin >k, us ds. To bo or r'LOUlKA, )
a County,Via,Xov. U.: 1839. 89 dibted to wild estate. are requested'. to make Inline "ullllt. ly 1'llItr i :1.\T/
I lo .iiu c.ma.ICnlly that llio ..mlell"nl i .1./1'1''" County. fAyiLUAM
D.\VU) WALKEU.EVr.: ,
.lIntf1l'nuelll February 2 ,, ISIIr. :U: it Unilcr tl.ii heat] it WOll1.1 bo to in detail thc immense SIOl'k'c\ a celiaius aura for Ilia Dycpcppia and. like I Jfjor I. A.lmlnl.nll... or the
: inijiosilile give alwaj
:
: t Ui-raxi-M \i. lu ll.c l'I''rvle'GI' a toiirco uf unalloyed > e "( A- "Int" or-1- ,
__ icKt:9 t natct< t tt kocp on liaiiil: such as Bleic-hc: ilniulBiown )honwt.tiias, Xegro Cloth, SnipesO/iia1. >iiis. 1'e..I"'! 1 I rcmotca all morbid! 'inulicrfroiulro County., tleeeaial. Wii.! in the I'r0h.lte- ) ,office"ffl.u* .

Middle Circuit of Flol'hh-IIl Jefferson : Linens, SailJlcry: Carpettinpf, 'I'ruuskialics: irmbrellas!: : I ILwlwaic. Tinware, Crockery I Kiom purifica the Moo'l and \'ittati1 all! ''li..u lint hu belire'the said

; !"ri1e! suL,,criber tulces:-this method Circuit! Court. Glassware. Cutlery, Jcwolry Sjuiiles: !, .ShoveU, hoes, Trace, Chasm: ito. All ofInch i.:ipnrlirenuwcd bill 'a j'aIuuy and(lulliciienoniiiij>>leni, to 1''reroreutle.h.. In.ul"II_ .. b "tit"
I i\iiigil I iota energy iudihjicu.allofur ,glvcuu,; 10
t u ill be soKl 1 as low as they cm be bought in this section of : 111''r (1811'Inq .
JIIII' s Uu-t Executor: sit thC country. ,
rcntorntion hcr'ih. It
llio of utsiul
tt ;.t Informing the.public generally that lie U11 con I ( operates upon cllilllS aI..II.t '.lllu, 10 'Pl..r ald file th"
tlnuc the biuineea of Lust Will and Testament of. thenloiiinch, li\er a.t ff-ir digellli.organs 84le ith thu Jsilgn 1'af 1''ol'UII or.i.1 cotuusty on
Cornelius, -------- -'- -- or the
I'eazley S i.iilil'v but PoacrtthiY.SuiL aoon Te"lore iheniloacutidiiiun k"le (ourt cltb day "r
AND LAYING July nnl,
BRICK.MAKING
t ._ M. }IX CHAXl'EKV. bentUl I, (tl.o healthy Jiscliurge there sill be Ji.tnhI.tit1n of the -1'1
That he baa TWO YAUIM lor the m.iUngof UricV.ne William nd"y.I'Il'Ih..n; Hcuzley FAMILY GllQCEIUES. of I ho fiinctii.un of nature. I t.donglllg AJr.ratn funul '
t' situated one mile and a qtiirterVe4 of Muntitello I JIU" Itcazley, und Janice lllJeil: jiorsoai may use llior.llters daily "f M IL tnlt'.among.thl'feltonther., l .
i. "V 4 on the Talluhaee Road the other on the )lii'uzlcy. J t In this title Me will vmleavor to Leep on hand. our innul supply of Flour Sugar,,;: ('offce Kiee: Ntii'cult. Die- !per on the bottle and they \ill find January sEstate ,, 1860. tin 1r..l1lt8.
!\. : V :"Veuucolaand Georgia lUilrouik." mile Eullt of ,TT appearing to the MlUfuctlon of the Court by Ciuiker, Candle. :f;uauui., I'cppi, $pie...$ Pickle, Ac.; I ,in It jirc.tiuI ( r'eulinrladur'ed lo comfortdeclining
_ V V Button three. At the latter yard he hat aft 'JL alhduvit bled III thUcame. that Jane Reazley Also--.\ l large .t..k..r M.Nli tt.XI'lb'WIXt\ \\11HKY.. e with tiny quantity iftlue arioubiatiiUnf : yeuis in its pleasant, to Iho palate, of Theodore Tnrnljull[ !
&@J one oftheolxne named defendant resides beyond; To bncoo, nut.! the. <.huii<.tl lot of Bog are e\er; brought to the Town inxipnr.iling. 11'(Ike bowels, oxcelleut ni tonic, dec'1 .
.., J tJ l the limit ..f the Mute' of .'Florida but mithiu the of Monticello. and rcjutiti.iting ietiir.illy. We have. the eviUeiue i. Application for Final _

V, f- t for the loading of .\lt.'i. All person-Hung eon- United StaU- It 1* ordered that aid dt.feud.iiit do lu O.lIclllalOIollr stock Ii I."..:... all fiesh, and embrieenev.ryartiele the .'oslatry can jmiwilily .1emu lIt of thotika.iila of aged men and women SIX o.TU$ rrllhl! date h -"a ailsall Jireseat
1,.' ligaou*to the Railroad/can have, their brick tran'ported ,.. "pl't'IIrlln.l1'\"n.I\ aniwir or dtiiuir to eoiopluin It }'ou \\'Ih i t is ItllI.be. ure and ;give in u call. Our ;:000.111'! for le.and nil ...e ask U ail examination: a ho have ('eipericnced the bcnet of using this my uceounti and vouclien, asEe.utx: ...f
It! ..V : to them wltboli'p"tcbun" without breakage!:: ant' IiII.on or before the First Monday in July next of them I bv the people, and we del eoulideut they ,s ill not remain on one hands buy.MuuutIeiilo prc|>aruiioii while vulfiriug frt ttouiach Jc- tie Estate. of Theodore Tunuslulid.d. to lie
: fSf" All order attended to with promptness.f3St1tUuii other is*! the abl BiU11\ be taken |III'\J eon('rlO !. March 21(1 h,. lout. JOllASO.i, BIRD A CO. rtluieunaiis? and general debility; acting underI lion. Judge It'if I'rohuuste lor J"t..rlt euunty sun)
P' of Madison. County u ill take due notice against; her. laicke sf pli)-iciana. iLpy have abandoned pray tu be discharged (rolls tlu. .
V -- -- .-. __-_-__-_- _-__-___--- _--__ -- lme.
hereof, Mud govern them-lv<* al+..r.illrh'! : It i I. further ordered, tia"a! copy of iljl order. lw ---- u all deleterious tlruga and fairly tnlct the CAROLiNE A. TtJ1.tNBLILI,
,:. JAMKS ELLEN. WMJfl. published.J.h', for four month, in tome toe1l'1I- CJJ.1\GI: 01' S&iCI1EIULE.: nifiiu (,r this uiiklo. A few 1ools to ihepcu.lec March 31. 1860. Gin J'trl V
; V.brnary25tb.18h. ), \2/ lyEstate juiper, published in the Middle Circuit of Floridit.Ordered NEWTSTOIE.NEWGOODS vex. Tl.ei te are certain periods whenllnir
." --- --- at Ch.imWr! February. I al II. .t.1. I SliO.J. fare* 111'11!Imrit'lng tutU many of them Estate of John Braden decen dEuC'ltor' /"
;of Patrick II. Hawaii, dec'd. W.\YLt-; BAKEC. Judge. TALLAHASSEE & PEHSACOLA & RED. fink under the trial. 1u<" relation of u.oilier ,
nr.Irul!copy.JUIJ.WE&T.. i.ul t chill i Uu ab.uhilgly; lender that toousuiluer. : Notice.
.,:j&ppllratloii for riual Di".a.'lo.. i Clerk. Bail I9dS. t"I'C.jal' ) if 'he be Juiing Is aptMotuiret SIX MOXTIiS after ante I ahll1! mr fo.l
present
< jO::!LX month after date., I sliull pieent my final February 2;>th. JSiH SISt '" / ., sass. tilth iit her extreme anxioty aceOUIII and ", of the
"ji3.* ounU audou< hers. a. oJuiiniillator ;of, the "N ?46 rut her iufniii. ."h> uli the period of inuteruitytinive tote Braden. late DI Eoeolm at-
., .' .* IIft'ef TatrtcklL H"b"nI"te..r Jefferson" eouuly. A'M'ClUJEXTOTICl<;. "- I :..,...;!. .i.u,;._! Cuiiuj the, Miririer ue.saon.. (the Tear orL"yal1 teased, to thejlouuouable. Judge J"fCNR J'te euolr or, do
the Honorable Judge of 1'rolwte. ufv Lawrence Ohlnsaii mind l eOUol '. and for .1 .
,rfu1ed, to Joel JL Morri 111 Justice Cllft.'oun.. Sr.dt i jcncially agp'Ilet11el'e."I : ) apply a discharge finns the
V *fcf J ec>llllt)-, and apply for discharge. (ruin. the adBtinltr % J} I Htriul of the uf JrflfvrOtt !: OXanil'HfterSniulii}, th.-S5thof March. IPflU hel. i il" tIN::y i"r. .I I.u1nt rpcupe- tnustiun "I thesuid eetat.. admll.
\ County
OPEXrU: ) A SEW STORE: the J3uuhIuhinrceeuuty .
V ,*&tion of aid estate.JAMES .. HA- run ice tolli>wU: r.itctli* LTerjic* of the ,)ICI t.natle i the CE\RKEY BRADEN Ex'tntx.
V : r. CUAST1IAM ,,''',o'r. Lang } S.St. verUpU-d byM. I P'l. moil'ur III hear 'ip uuder I her utou'iing. tiiala March 8. 2860. O.laNotice.
: LeaT !'UIutrte! *.4. l.
'V October 12. 1659. Cm The Defendant and all others in- 11. PAUTUIDGK{ Arrivi at;''Mniitieelln. I I' M.Lec 1. stat I ie_p<.n .l>miK*. Nureing uioiheitt gcne- a
ictr I Ihe tillers to till other buss : S
l terefte.lare notified of the cominencrmri.t rally I igot's.
s V hereby and !I. now r e'h lug a hpU-ndid Assortment ( l T4ll.ihu.-we.!D.S5 A. M.
Notice. of thit stilt, returnul\ w a Justice. Court, to be. Arrive at :M. Marke..I 1.111< A. JL (lui* lliul ricei\e the iDdoioeiriut: of pli\si- t.LL pcreona ba\lag desiusanda, the estate S
Igaiaw
lurid at Moutim-ll.. on the 12th day of May, I860. -LAVIKSCOODSt Leave T..n..hll".. 8.IMI A. M.I.vl.i".t chant, because it in ngrejibl to she la.(; I.ydl L .. if Wiiam I'lau. lute or '. S
l' 1C 1jSTIIlifter:' dale I *hall apply to the .. B< cerluin la give a Gu.. )
the .1.,11 are
... S and to appear situ plead (41 .nle.T. .\ G..lm..n.lIl"tnli,1I S. 8";', A..M.Luuve 1'rwuucoL'ulrl.e.t > "r'IT no'i6.' ..urer.cnt them to
.
., Honorable Judge of I'rolmte of Jeffi'r4>u Coun. J. CIIACE. Justice of the Peace.February q .... ".'llo. ..j.1161 A. M I L.a'y nireiiglU.. the. ulld"NIuud; } IItwIILiat.r. 6
'tY. for dl.hur/tlt", Guardian of the pmiierty of 1 Sni ." r'cl..lo") 1.1 wo 1 bare hlnruieusburly law, "tlMoI
a / 18, 18GD. : @) xrpp J lU\f\ ArniveutTullaliasuce..9.)1! A.M4 \ tma 1.I.L'ri..1 by t'N (> w .
.Jiargaret tt IJt-llumy. b. M M KISS.Peeember I -r AND L'aSt.. Mm',k .2.IMI 1'. M.* rvfvired ulmko, in til ; .mllVun. tioni lr. .lh.r recovery lute,liretne i iil4lt,14.ai
i *, i869. BmNotice. A1'T.CIDli'X'fOTICE.; ArriveistTtsiizi.a'ece..L28: : 1'.31. fewrand npuc c..U'.1 Ij malaria. diarrhcra, .ulal etlll. .. tNlu.I".t 10 IlInk, iunuueJtij.g

;.1'::" ..... - 4fJ' Sullie \\Villuinw ) III Justice "'1ull'"..." (Court 2ndM Leaieiuouluiuuus'. t'otllliou 5.4.HU 1 I'. }I. all d.unuery..iniugeetiuiu.tUM-.is ur |Icc.e, of ui the| 1iiie.. rluuiatb and,, 11 lIt tu un.'I.1 aduuuluii.tretr.' fey.
Jeuiigiiui-uiauf
'! V Mi-trU-t uf the uf Jutfer- Arm at TaIbduasMe..7 8U l .31.V JoJ1 J. E\ EIU17.I',.
".' trading for } County mipcranuiialej: invalid |Ilt"i.pf miliuuryoceupaiion. March .1 18dm.
: T ;FOttEWAU5faUper.iu( n.t t ; aI C t
Otto Laiif'e, ) ou. Cuniuetiiic with Poet Cotuhr* at MosutiuwlionlidGaaojiuauufo. .I
Charles 111.1 burning u oilier*, will -- .
t. rcn"ILtlI _
to -- _
note given
certain by me -
: .. I.rollli."y and all others in- Gents' .stnllnn! :5, daily.VzCCpt at Monlkello on ; ,.,own phjruiil welfare I Iy piling to llu
Defendant
e". The
"' .AJ2radl 0|* ''<"'<''. for the u >f K>'al l.IOIIt..w /:. Clothing ; > flo"lftm
and lioodiuauV Matiun :i, '. You
( St.
and Sunday ou Monday. I I" 'el.It..1..1 nii'fb l.iiun a IriuLlltX.l'e Stock Raisers !
: twe Uuudred d.iluirs a.Ie April lit 18UH Irretted are hereby notified uf lisa! roinmcneeuient '
,dmwn) February" 111.1811'1. .1* the eon.i4ratHin I of thy euitretsiruulle to a JUlllle'., i:%>urt, to I lit.lalu Hats and CaHoots\ ami\ Shots ; AND AL'4)ouiiesiu.g ( \ muiii.i; tic puMc againstusing
.t''.- '. : fur vhih\ said. note 'u. given hila utteily fuilcj, I ut M.'iiticillo. on the lith:! ..t.:01.1". 18UH.uutl in_ 11. many tiuiiaiiuu or rouiiteifeltD. IF YoU WANTTIIE HrjAtK, ItL.
: : ,: vrllli IVft Couth to New Tort .
: I. And a l.srge assortment of. on arrival 'iuV a L lli'nTMTit CM.IHUHO State Ir Florida.
1 cum"
luw. fl look ,,.
It nil
'Ill (I"-Ur'IIII>t 1"1 .eulul..tI..II.y tll..l'I..l'al..II.I..d to th* Aame.T. all.1I .. Itforv the 111.1 .t Ii.
iY" of. I
nturu departure ot hluMU'll celbnl ten "
\ eailtboliloliu ve.sreaiJ
J. f- HAKRISOS..februaryl : = J. CIIACE, Ju.tlci t-f the. rnce.lM.ruury Iln'.IIJ > i twalrsuuulahulr hands high5 sail
: f .
11 i'the ; .St.-unfrs
Train and uithtkc lute of Mail )
; bel $Ihu !' Hosteller'Munuuh' 1 liters'Leanu iioJsow II .
I860. 3S If J J11r w"I'f "lv.J. vinupla Lii Colt,
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