Family friend
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 Material Information
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: July 7, 1860
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046227
oclc - 10573839
notis - AKN4159
lccn - sn 84022780
System ID: UF00079911:00067

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1(.,. JBusiness Oards.Okas. With heads' 'bowed\ low nnd ptc lt1IY; ground; toivcting trees, is tho Home of a Completely Done -for. Connubial. V

IDItiC n\il ti nt1 enter thefdarkened ,room.Th Hero. Beneath that Grecian time dear I did. John V
.1", \ tread we portico, A i oorly dressed wagoner drove into My black t.llenoot P&! V
sound"of gasping breath,.tho sob of manhood : Poets!, Artists and Philosophers! of tho Old the town of F-, with load ol I cotton "How should I know ; I : ":
:M. West V : in its tho wail of tin .World have often to behold : to do with V
; Agony, women passed;eager As! it happened, somo of the Jewish iner ing boots. Its washing V
''-DEALER!: INPROVISONS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.or mn8io'of time summer air among the leaves, the Statesman of tho New World: the nutljorof chants taking him to bo a green-hoi n, immediately 11a )011 V V

: & GROCERIES GENERALLY "' "':, .. 1- .. LV VfltscALE all nt once rush on our\ ears. the Declaration of Independoio.It \ sallied forth to purchase! whei' )But my love, )'Ol needn't speak so .
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. PRICES We 'nter-and gaiso-and start buck-, : ,;is noonday now tho summer sun the folowing.dialogue ensued t cross."

11. ) A L, 'orders accompanied by the CASH \\tlliJL T o t cliarltd t.tI II/tr,,;.. nf flortJa for.'I'crya; awed amid dumb. streams<<: armly on)yonder\ dome; the !leave you sell 1at colton ? Speak cross I didn't speak cross." :

IfA < ? meet with prompt attention.. x 'crlptio of irertiing: All tho windows of this room, save one, are scarcely stircd into motion by the faint \Vngoncr. Yes! pap said if I wanted to, "Oh, yes you, did." V
:' :"'. _June.16th. 1880._. 18.ly. [fAnOl'Ttm nv THE rarroRiAL CONVENTION.] are dark. Yonder to tho:! tnst, you see that bst breath of nir. Uncovering our heads, I might sell it, (speaking in a low drawling "I didn't." ,
I$4 1 Square' (occupying the space of 12 Brci'ler line, window; its white curtains flung1 aside, tho wp will 'prepare to look upon death, and tone.) "I say yon did." V
. ,. BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING. orlf son insertion................ .. (1 00( perfume of the garden lund the joy o&the with'0111' hearts: subdued m awe, "'0'iII'' J. \'ntyon ? "I say I didn't." "
1i, "'1',,, Joseph c,. Taylor, For very snbseqncnt insertion.. .... .... 1\0\( sunshine gushing through its npal'tl1l'c. .in entI'.1ImiTICELf.O. i W. V't tkoforit might sell it to "By gracious! I won't stand tins V : iu .
k 1Jrt : : !! ) 1F'l6 \ 1 Square 8 months i ....i.... ....... ... 5\ 00< to the shadowybeath.Clmnmber.Yonder There is I n around the death,bet pan nny too bad to be treated in this I.nleavo V
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*; ., 1 "if 6 months ................... .... BOO group I body} I pleased! out told me to sell it to you way.
. roi', .,p OOSTT.NUES to carry on the abote'InulncM in 1 I yen?....... ....... .. ... .... 1200 on thickly curtained bed, an oli in yonder room. Every eye is centred ontheviwgo'cf 'cazo them Jews down to town would cheat you' madam. 1.1 have a separation." "
fJ.4, : 1 1" ,. % portion of the patronage of the plll>lIo. Ornn- :1 J t.' .r............. ..... ... ... 25 00 against tho pillow, his shrunken woman, whom you behold standing near J., (now thoroughly convinced of hi!! abused Hero I'vo been washing. and
fi Y'i*i mental work done in as Rood stjla as can be accom 4 ," 1 ," .............. .;. .. ....... SO 00 form lost in the folds! oi'the silken covcilctho his pillow; her eyes eloquent with emotion, I ; it from and scrubbing all day: long, as hard I
Jplishe j by any one in the Stntel:\ Entire greeness.) \ you pay; n over
"ifncon I column ::0 .,, ;,, ,,,,,, ,, ,,,.,, 40 00 'ilIY
; aits the hour of his while! is beloved child. and then
LUi Jtion is unranteed in case, and work < V.: aw !summons, his! more ns else if will take ( you come home and act so
every 'oul
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It 'p j 'It Reasonable" terms. t ".... ..; .. ;....;.. ....'.....-...looooKstnti the softened sun.light plaj gently on his As! ho rests! before ns, on the bed of fjoods for it. -just cos! don't know nothing abut
rt2E. tgy lie will liltevtse! inperintend -the ranking ..'nol, T-fffil 1 Notices to charged' tile" brow :and, summer breeze plays with his death; the Yontro of tho silent group we W. Well pap said: I might' get tho wn your boots. Oh, it is too bad, it ia
l-n.I; ; burning or Brick. V !hair. Tint brow is itherru into wrinkles and look him. A boo boo I" -
< V snmc tl< trnnetent AclvprtlnfTnontu, except w ill approach upon mat gon load of things if you had any things to ,
t. ))11t ir"b.1t.1'fI86o. illy V JCftW of r)i mi8.!on tie Administrator, for : and moistened by the denth-sweat, yet ni of tall and muscular fi tame J his taco denoting suit me. "Hem Well, Nancy, I didn't mean to *

:-.', !- .' ....,:r1 ::;[IJo rnlPiHI: 'JrnrarnlF3.: : ,"VliiI1I.! the elinre dm1! br|:.. .. .. V..,. 1000ilvorti'pnieiiM ( you gaze it lights! up with the fire of fifty in every niaiked feature, the power of J. Yell, every thn f'ol"i want to make yon cry. Never mind I reckon John

"" e cha.n.1: ; Tnl.1or: \ irvine the numlierof linndi'd in'prfion for publication., to be ,publisher not spec years: ago, and tho hips move nnd ,the nn n bold! nnd fl'al'tl'sintellect' his lip compressed puy. has blacked my boots. Is them ere .sassen-
,. It '-xsn DEALER is- till forbid. ,\ and charged In accordancexuthabocseali' closed! )'o blazes ns! though the heart of the with stei'n determination, his! blue I So they concluded tho the Jew gcrs to be fried for supper ?"
., VRendpMadc\I!: ;'" : ClothincsKJitNo'coons, IIci o was back again With tho Immortal ey o flashing with the light of n soul, bornto giving him over tho trnltel co for it, "Ye-c-s, my dear, I got 'cm for you, par.

it V ; -\ .- +. V ,\ ; band of( Signers.! V sw ay:the masses: of'men, by tho magio expecting to reap n golden harvest in the ticklcatly." 'r' ,
;i EnX s It i is stout hearted John Adams! sinking ...
V Thought.- ,sale of his goods to tho green countryman I.
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; : <;''f> .{(..:.'tiA TAlLAHASSEE, FIA.. I l jUateraryTHE1 Beading.JJl. calmly into tho' surges of (loath). Every' As wo approach ho looks up into the J. Now valk in, and gets anything you OUR owx FtnKsrrE.--Is) there a manV V
:'WAt.kepeon )hnn<]Cloths,Cn *im"'" ,
.&r'V V -*'nit, Fancy Coatings! AcihichMln' moment then\'cs come higher; tho ice ot face of tho bcautitul w oman*, ,' and utters shall vant. who docs not love his 'own frelide. his .
: tnak up to order, in a workman.hkv the grave comes slowly through tho congealing : the! memorablo words: 'v.Vcll, pan said: I must git tho chink hearthstone, his wife, and his I V
*4 W 'on the most reasonable_ terms.! i [F@tDfllJ'! [ [}{] 4@ [ cI veins, up tho withered limbs; the "Let no other inscription placed upon and see cf its all right, then buy the things Bible. Tho fire-side, hearthstone tho wifo
_ith, 1880. ly f.w I, mist of death gathers about the old man'seyes. my tomb but this. :( Hero rests* THOMAS; you know. and tho Bible brighten the' fire on the V' '

: .CHE A 1'OTTCIl, *! ', i' jEFrEESON, inn AUTHOU OF TimE DSCL&RA.I .T. Veil, I give's you do chink, den you heat th ; and without the vv ifo nnd the Bi
': .;V TS AND PIIOTOOn\t'IIEt:1 LAST DAY OF At this moment, w laic nil is fctill let V us I TIOV OF IxtKPK\I>iXCt; AND' THE ]j'RlE l) can puy anything you vant. (Then ho ble, we should bo miserable, the most misci -
.j .Jr.rrEnS ANDDAnS', front tho crowd of mute \ select KnuGiors. FISKUDOM." vj handed
TO : able
r- .' .!:_ Prcmt Oal"/nll.1 .rw,) V spectators out the money.) of men !
''Iii.... V '''r _ ,pcrmnncntly Incntc-j ntTnllnlms'oc, Ami : -- ',* a singlo form. Beside the death pillow, nnwb'uh As he spunks, ho .llcrihes! 1faint{ !gestnre, 'v.Vehl, pap said I might have anything Our heart teaches us that tho1 firo side V it
.. V '. $>>Uonnfint their new Silto Ll 'lit! GnlM GEOnGErlPPAnn.' ,' I his light hand rests, giwngr: in his with his withered tight band. That hand. I wnntctl..nl' I might git it from. you thc most sacred spot on Karth.: No rash
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: ....' "; Street. fathers face his own noble brow bathed in fifty years! ngo wrote Declaration: of Independence. t'ionf.vJ.Oh' ; intruder can tduuh it."e lovo it so reverently
: .'Y, -Amlimtypeii.(; tho nml rliolncropliautccl V .-, .. .t n solitary !:(ll'am"of tho. Rtm|' ho stands, the It is ,feeble and withcieii V : yes, I have you vant. with our old Bible, that wo coulddo .
'J. 'y. } ,- ,nml tn moot IIl'pro\'t'.I.I\'lc.l Fifty; passed the 'Fomth o' Son the'Stnh'fllIm and Piesidcnt.Fifty ., timo when it wrote certain words en.ryliing
.. 4'" :cn on [I'MrtitLnatlier "'"IIHulput for year away; : : now was! Now Pat isij!j nny desperate deed. to protect both!-
i\ :rt V; .'letleJ'fl,. /Inilii-otyjH'ii ninl OI .,,'rrro, July, 1770.( ; h.iil: l>ocn made Immoittl Ly its I years ago, his! father, in tho" StateHouse that !sank into time heart of universal! min"' W. Have you got nny fle.a.hobblors? It i Is! both happily and truly said, "Tho music -
VV* i .. t 1IId), and) en mre.lr ilo.ln'il. ]'rrai>t Pins Declaration: ; tho ronrtli 'of July 1820, I of Philiulclphia, : uttered worllIthnt nnd struck the shackles from ten thousand: J. No ;Vo hint got any of dem but nny. of happy voices encircling our firo'sidea

T/, : ., _eli filled.' Enttreentls1ietion\ g"'en .or no YTH: to Lo Ihret'cr ren.1ci'!od: a Holy Day. by became History (n* they rung; from" his! indignant hcaits.Acrainstthe: thing clso. '- ,I, and our tables! -tho smiles of greeting :
a.14.A tIle liaml 01( Death' : lips nnd now weildingtho! President fiauds prailiced by priests
*. W. \Vvli,1 three mt: kctci' the sympathy in sorrow-tho nameless tlit-l
$, : ,, 10th; 1859.! 80 lyHUMPHREYS. On that wreno moinmjr! tho win rose >I Sceptre, which his lather) received nnd kings from iniinoital time- ainst the lfltI/.i.es! then.
: jfejJIontieelloriccH IIO 15c..J' lenutilnl1y'upon! llio woilJ, ".hiuin upon from tho hand Washington,"the Son of ti ieks: r>V com.lie),8, the maliee ot bigots, tho J. Vill. I never soon dcm tings.W. of f fimily nleetioui-time unwearied: watching .
/ thcpicni! bi'otliot'hood of States extend- tho Hero gazes witU unspeakable' emotion, film-hoods: of lime.sen'crs ,who are paid to Well, got nnv ) for gnu of n sick chamber: -nnd tIle of
L? ; .M. ....P30PBIETOa in,!! from tIle uilds! of :Maine to the GuH.ol( in, tho face of thin dying old l<< man.Agiin bo religious, hired! to ho great-against nil tiers l C yokes latest devotion, which soothes! fll liOn nl'n"

Mexico, with the Atl.mtic glittering: like abell our\ eyes wander from the face of manner ot lnrll:1l'it, )',hethcr dotio by new .T. No, nono of dem neiior. us, anti aids! us to lean: securely the
lt ;! : PuRChASEr VTHLtLOVE/t' of Mine' and beams along its easterti the nciieling Kpeetntois,'to tho iMago of Zealand :cannibal who cats: the wretcl "r. That's nil I wants, told: mo to i od and tho staff, which now nlono upon can _
r.:: .:/. V Hotel 4of Col. nincUnirn lier., IVi II'e ml fchoro<< the' :Mississippi' winding four thou. the departing )heio. 'So withered! in time whom he has butthered' \ or the Spanish Inquisition git 'cumu. lap>f> com foi,l tho shadows! nil these V
( ]to have the 'toforeX'. lthl'OI 1 ;
4): _ titnd4to 1 It eoDtlnuvd.patrnnn. I hove atui\ bought II lot or sand: miles! through, jtN western border1iUVrujjgodly hl'oHO ghnglly hale, sn qIl \'CM'ing' in the which after burning its victinH, And he walked. out, leaving tho mind} of arc but time lesponsivo blessings to that V
\. 'e'lf' furniture!, which will nd.l to the cnmfoit. nn.) \\' sublime .the :..Alleganics lips; so sunken in the checks,, and yet foi consigns them pleasantly: / to an eternal: torture time Jew in despair, and hid pocket, rathciempty. love, anti care, and gentleness, which wo
.3monvenicneo[ of my guc.t!!. Mytnblo vlll alvnv towered in.tho centre of the land.; all, it shines ns 'with tho last ray ot its do. after death or by .John Calvin, who ." hare shout in our '
$JVA.r t..Jbonpp1te4 with die lest' the market'can nlTrd.t The sonic linn, fifty years! before, bad( sine: hour 1 '*"* V i calmly biheld tho skull of nn unouending -- -_-.__..__ reward of true domestic hOIellold-tho'natnrnl morality," .V
t :'-;" "1 j.IiM&rah'4th 18a lyv lighted nn) \ith i'ti smile of' jrond, onion,"h Hark[ J The thunder of cannon, 'lIo ten. man 'etiitnblo into'nshes, nnd! then wiped I'ortiiiio ami Down. V 'ri rue, every woidt I Tho smile, nnd :

,.: : : T. M. PALlEn. little nnthu'I of Tliiatccn pi-minces, nestling (! cd by dNtancc, comes! through thQwilll10w., his bloody hands, and praised his God, that lip \ sympathy and I kindness! cheer heart nt I 1''
\ i Vt between'Iho Alleganius! and the Allan-: ; The old mari licars! it : ntonoo,*Ms eye fires, he was such n holy mini-against: nil wrong The Bston Ledger Thursday publish.cd the lirc-sidoj:' Tho might fiio 011'in mid-wirt-

"'.c V' ,h h WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tic, nnd fighting even for that, space, bounded lie trembles up in tho bod l,.antI gi/cs.: t')- walked by the inlunoiis! or the \ye.ak upon tho follow! : ttrf the whisper of love in mid ,,1
: ifV ,; -DEALER{ INTl by mountain! :and waves,' with* the waidlhe: 1i 1tt.. 1" Man the' hill: of Divinity,'was directed the In 1787, n youth, then residing in M lino, mor tho son inusio of all SUn.in ;:'I
things! ,
\ ;,'i I. 'a groat cut! and bloodiest power in the \\oild. "It i is! -" his dying voice'rtns'su! itll the cK-qncncd! of JIM Pen. Tho hand that once owned!! a jack-knife, vv hich, ho being of n nature-combino make 11

>;; ;.jloniestic' and Foreign Drugs, Tho hattie of eight years: h/id been fire of fifty years ago...:."It i is the Foiiith! ielded, that pen of 1'01\1', is now chilled) somewhat trading (disposition sold for 1 our own fire-side a happy harmoniously home. to 't !
: *"' ***' fought nglandK foiled l in the Revolution of July J with the d imps of.death. gallon of cst India lum. This! ho retailed '., .
Choice rauilf 3tccIlncs had been, huinblc'd. in the dust ; filly tears The old man silting 01'ect in bin! death! "Arwe'bt.amlga/ing" upon the dying! man arid with tho proceeds ho lmmmt.chmasetl j.y"GnvrtE *-V: .

V ..;;. :: V HADJ! fi1 : TTi1V PjRD!: hud pa !!ed a\ athe; thhtoen Pi'ounces ('oll'h. his! glmastiyf1tco qniv; 'ei'ing into youth -held cmhaiito'dlty l 1 thu majesty: of that ill- two gallons, and/ eventually 1 barrel, which AN.VIEWe'lovd that song.
'. Toilet Articles, of this 1,100.1yI.1narc1i\ ; had swelled into again, may well tutiiNh! a pictuie for,.tiic tcl1'ct, V.V bit'h glow bright overtime ashy \nl followed in duo timo by n 1 large block. Its! iiathos: btcnls, over us! like a.dream. But

'. PEEFOMEKY HAIR DYES &o &o.Montteello. TwonlyJ' States: of a Fu-e IVojile.: [>niiitu'n ait info ujioij' him in this hour 'lumP, mid hushes! vividly' in tim clear blue In a word ho got rich, and bem ante tho we like its! associations! mOl d" What more

I ;.. '..' :'.' .Jan. 2!. 186049!I If Tho banner: that: had waved, BO gloi jointly jf his weakness, wh,11: \with,_ his fingers Mno -th ',L'iilllirlll vvonytn:i takes c-yb the icy Sipiiroof the district llnoucli; the posse becomes a than gentlenessThcre! V
in tho Iloolution tiim-iling\ it'* Thirteen with thcdeath-ihill: aiil! liis .brow oy/ing hnuiu1twltlmiui, :liei'.o\\n, nnd, !Liases the cold! shut .and sale of the jark-knifo, and nn in- I!s :sweetness in the very lame of Annie' I'
i t.1;(; \VM. P. SJ.4USSEllit stars (o the blood red glare of battle, now with thoT death,sweat, ho Mails- up, mill LI'o\\'. lioinnilablo trading md' ustry. Ho died but gentleness gives it a mO'o'n1lodiol!
MASCTACTURKU OF- lluttciing! in tho summer moinins air, from knows the voice of tho cannon, and nim.isvtisits ':rlithall of Death is on him now. woi-th ii-npeity in real estate nnd money KOln.1 "Ol'lItlenlio !I" nn ever V
Ilotno'nnd Church and Council ll.ill flashed message-"It il: thu 'onl'th of .Iuly t", "Thank God: that: I hate lived to see valued at 80000. This was! div'ided by ing name! Gentleness! i is. Limo purest
'iI:: Copper Tin and SheeHron'WaresjVTIIOLE.S from it's folds the blaze of Twinty-Four Gaze nIHIII that wreck i of body, now quiv.lug this gloi I ions day I" ho utters in a firm voice; tcxtntnciit among four tiuii.lren-thmreo boys Mturo: \\01nnl: Ah, !,it has! won many
Mara,joined in"'ono Sun of Hope and PromHP. with the soul about to leave it forever, and then raising his glazing! eyes, he gazes all/\ 'I. Luck, which seemed to luivo: i heart-it has! checked many n hasty, IIxo
:.t AND KCT VIL DEAUIII IfUflTVO .'., V qtiiveiing and An\\! lug, into youth ,ngiin, in his daughter's face: ,''while time dcath-iiit- been time guardian angel of the ilhcr: deserted ed resolve-it has smoothed many a heart

V", ..Ps JT;) D V Tho wild Eagle, who bad swooped 110 and tell me, if you! can, the soul is \not. immortal tlo in hislnroat-"XrxcniUMirm: > !" tho children ; for every folly nn.l -it ,has checked many a torn bpsonij arid V ..
French German, English& American Goods. fiercely "on, tho liiitish host, somo fifty ? were tile last woids of{ Thomas Jeft'eison., extravagance they could engage in seemcd called back many a wanderer to tho pathsof

I House Furnish in? Articles of, years ago, now nat.cnlmly on his inotintain It was n sight too holy for tears: The At tho name: hour, ot noon, when the to occupy their exclusive: attention and. v{j-tuo. WHy,should woman ever study
.'?;; EveryDecnption.STOVE crag, survey tug his Banner, crimsoned with pertltors-man: woman and .child-, .-fccl fervid,) sun poirr "R .. the light' of \ictory, while the peaceful:!: their hearts hushed with ono common feeling domerof his hermitage! when not .1 breath innately, h1 l'atlimolr, was soon so mm h more godVh are they very 'j
HEAD-QUARTERS. I IA land beautiful with river nnd valley, biosBomcdon admiration mingled with awe. Tho of air iiifllcdthc leaf or'tklreani; when in .Inown away by her of a htisjiiid. '- quick nndj-harp, ever resentful and feverish .
I r full supply "lwlI\.un liaiid of OHKl.NG, PAR every side.Il son winds his arms about hU ialhei'a neck, the midst of n weeding throng, stood his : Tho sons were no moore fortunate ; ever talk with a bui, 'bed tongue when '
LOR and KOOJI bTOVES. Cooling/ Moves trimmed and two of them died of and their quiet modesty their meek and
.. .: with neatness. and warranted tn fire perdxisatisfaction. : uas the rourth of July 1820. From and whispers, 'Fifty years to-daj}; you jelovcd'tlanghtcr' placing her soft fingers dissipation, VA
little! villages han.h-\\'Ilitc- the Declaration which nvulo fioc!'! his her iii almost JMDV'crty. nanners may conquer tho world. Young ladies jj
: f. They can be hipped with sauty to came joyonn signed : us I on glassy! eyeballs, .pi easing warm V
,-:1'., any part uf the country. robed virgins! and sinless! children-scatter- How the monioiy of tho old thro, rushes\ mouth to his! 'cold lips, died 'fhomn.Tel1! '' -' 'fhe/bnghter also .1ic.t The last of Limo remember this, and forever strive to

,1GARDEN AND FIRE ENGINES ing flowers by the win; in the deep J forests, upon tho old man's heart! Fifty years! ajo on,the' author of the decimation of lude- amity! for many years past, has lived on jo gentle. __ ___ .. ______
4 _{., Rotary.Suction, and Force Pumps with KuM..r thu voice of praise and prayer arose to -the Hall thronged with tho Signerhe lendeuce.. V the kindness of those who knew him in his 4% AXECDOTE.. I.-Daniel Webster
Hoes attached for snppl\ln!; I'lnntatii-n! Engine God ; from the Pnlpit the preacher spoke ; speech- that rung from his lip, hell He died) some four hours! before Adams! laYI of piospetity, ns piido would, not alow hind on',anecdote of old Father Snarl the
,. I + with water from \\'elU,llsterns,tc, Kngiiie biuukebtucVn beside the old) ] cannon which had blazed} his Country's dcttiny hung palpitating on surrendered HOIII.'hell the I'atriot of him to go to the pOOl farm. A few ninister his V.
"'. ; made to order. at Germantown .tood. the veteran of the lis "ortls-the of his "Jefferson etill 'survives <1 tys ago ho died, suddenly and unattended of boyhood, which is too good V.
}, Work f done eloquence coin path- Quincy gasped !, to be It
'fff 3ffahop e crv deix-riptlon by / customary then to wear V
All Resolution, as battered ns tho cannon Jefferson in tho foro the soul of Jefferson bcforc ,in a barn wHen he had laid himself down
.... the very best workmen. ortUrs! promptly( at, ots, standing ground was nlrcady. '. lack buck-skin breeches in cold weather.
t tended to. which ho fired ; in the \\ido cities ten thousand of: groop of heroes, Hancock ciniling; socncly his fbi.It tw V to take drunken sleep. in -:
moi nitig autumn Father
1. _TeIIuIinsee.Februnry4.18fl. : the
joy; and tho flow era that were scattered state House hall-it guishicil l upon his soul, thing had t' lher..of these men havq} died. was found. in tlip'm? was a mnall; piece of but the bail, taken
garret V
?' ,Professional Cards by the way, the w ord-j that tho Preacher that glorious! memory, and. made: him live nn the Poutth of July,just half a century string "and n j.icknifu I So, the fortune lining;the summer wasp neil were possession a nice .
and the that the forest echoes with the of after that began with an implement of that Mud, having?
;;. V. pole, hymn again men 70. tho day of 1770. iiiic of it in them. By dint of effort ho Igot
: J'UE FHI'LZELL.iYFTORNEY sent to Heaven, the Maze of the cannon Higher rose the waves of death Iligh- lint that the! Brothers in tiie: work of left but its HoVplo duplicate. We leave tho out the intruders and dressed '
:.. '. AT LAW and the joy of the wiJe city, nil had one rr mounted the ice of the grave! Bluer reedoin, tIle master npii'its of the Council moral to btfdrawn in whte\'er fashion it necting. But w hilo reading tho Scriptures]

; .t..fj :t' 3IONTICKLI.O, FLOEIPA, meaning: "Tuis LAND THAT WAS ONCE THE be fingers, damper thc brow hollow and who stircd up men's hearts with god.like may suggest itself to the readers, simply to the congregation, he felt] a dagger frontone .
t1 ',:. recently removed from AVlnthetter," PRoVINcE OF A KlXG,13 KOW1'HE I[0>IE- faint the rattling voice impulses, and moved their arms in glorious stating that the story is a truo one, anti all of tho enraged small-waisted follows .
v. ; ;V V HAVING. and located in bi! place. dexlret to STEAD OF A PEOPLE!" Tho old man sank: slowly back on tho deeds, in tho daik hour of Revolution, the fic'$ well known to many s\hOI thurciatiotiwiil anil,) around tho his,
:' pracUeeln all the Court of the Middle Circuit of And yet, even while the hearts of four bed, while the 1I,111.of. bis son, the President hould have died not. only on the Fourth donations reach. I'tl i jmnlt' the mnorehosiappedautl3anc.pulpit slappin" V
for tie lI'hb Cul Pil .
V lorida.. CSTOf&ee present teen million people palpitated with the was around' 'his neck. His of tho within few .. ._
worth over DoInbam& Paluier'i. eyes wCl'ecloscd. July, but on same;: Jay a sd the more they The people
'r V June 83. 1800._19,lyIV same joy, there camo an unseen and shad his hands placed upon his breast.- hours of each, other, vv-hile bodily separated TIUTE INDEPEVDEVCE.-Soon after his him crazy, but ho Itlng.explained the tot 'I

'nI. S. Dilworth owey Messenger, who touched two bravo Ito was sliding gently, almost ihur.i'ecrati.ble hy hundreds of miles, their souls borne to establishment in Phil idelphia, Franklin dying "Brethren, don't bo alarmed, the

4- ..ATrOUEY'"D COt: ;;ELLOn AT LAW, hearts: with his hand: and froze them into into death. The belt of sunlight tlmt leaven by the h) inns of n People, free lIlY vas offered : )piece for publication in hisnsvper. words of the Lord is inmy mouth, but thaleH : 4
. -- clay. poured through tb, window over tho floor their labors looks to mo as though Almi lI. I ) !
t, fontkello Florida V Being bu. he is in mybrccthos !I",, Webster always
V ; Even while time Jubilee of Freedom moved the liko the shadow ofa had his and very y Llggcl
God called
: the Courteot the Middle Cir- rung along carpet ty sent Messenger tho gentleman would leave it for old it with great glee to the
"31JILLpraeU.In C | } ,BnJ In the District Court of its bozannas from every wood and. hill,Death dial shortened and was gone. Still ho his Servants home, thus sanithMng! by. Lis ton.\ The next day the Author and -4. r the United States. was: in t.h.eland., Silently, with that step lived ; still a faint fluttering of the bhrunk-- two fold death, the Fourth of July fore '- asked his opinion of it. Wby, caled., M'p'ied A YOCATo .-A gentleman loafer recently -
March 15. J8 9. -ly that never makes a sound, with that voice cn chest, showed that the soul was not yet more. "I to. I think it arrested}in Cincinnati!being questioned C ..
_. G. Fife which speaks the language of eternity-and gone; home. ..4-.. Prnkln. and sorry defamatory say lint being by the officer as to hit vooation/replied: ,'. 1

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR' LAW, which we never hear translated until we It would have wade you grow in Jove A riiiYJisTEn ix I4iuno-A practical at a loss, on account of poverty "Sir I am a doctor-have cured 1 pain V
.' v. : Jlonticello, Florida. die-Death glided. into the chambers of two with death, to see how calm Illy he died.- genius; was hauled up before the police whether to rtjcct it or not, my I thought Iwoult.llt in the head of naiigatipwand drawn teeth '!.
:: April It 1859. ly heroes, and bade them Home to God 1 Just as! the shadows ot the trees were cast magistrates for kissing a handsome girl, it to this issue: At u hen from tho month of the Missiscippi : I have .! ;
." Almost at the same moment within the over the meadow by the dclining sun,justas and kicking up a dust, and tho followingexamination was done I bought a nigh penny anatomized the side of a moultn. bliatered ;
V V ? Suiitb & Vaiiu, compasa of the same hour, two hearts that the shout of the people the thunder of took place; loaf, on which I supped heartly,and then, the foot of a hill, felt pulse of a .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, once warmed with the of the the tone of the orator MAG. "Is John : ? the hand
passion freedom cannon, came your name May great coat, slept soundly nlrof the pea, plastered :cut on
i V Jfadison 0. Il; Fla. the fretzy of eloquence-were stopped in softened on the breeze, the old man raised l'RJsYes, your: honor, so the people wrapping OD the floor my till morning ; when very another of nature and cured a felon on tho finger
V March ly their beating forever. .JiLt head unclosed his of '
:' 22,1859 'yes- V say. loaf and mug! of water afforded a pleasant 8'01. __ __ y
'A..l-eeler. '1. !>., We will l go to the room of old age, we "Jefferson; yet turvivesf" hq said, and MAI!-"Wasit jouthat'kissed the girl breakfast. Now sir, since I can live .5 V .
,. V ra* Having removed to Monlleello,Florida* will will stand beside the bed of death we will ho wave of death reached his lips, and he and raised tliq alarm ? in this manner, why should very I "II them old fellows alive now? asked .
VV .V ? comfortably urchin of sabbath school (cachet .
V continue the TracUce of Medicine in all Acute and see the sunbeams of July the }Fourth 1 S. breathed no more. Pjis.s: "Yes, your honor bat I thought to hatred an ; -V
prostitute personal or
Chronic Diseases. lie may be found at all hours, 26. playing over the clammy brows of the I It.was: four o'clock on the afternoon. ( .t was: no harm. my press for luxurious liv. 'NVhat old fellow do j oiuneau my dear?" ,
passion a
when not professionally abwut at hi* residence,on Urother Heroes. July 4th, 1820 when John Adams closed lbG.You rascal, did you come hereto party mere "Why Luke and Paul, ixnd Johnat
V % thb South-west corner of the Public Square, West ingi"One acdall tucta old
of (')1. Clackbara'a Hotel. The First Home! his life of glorious deeds. make rhymes? cannot read this anecdote ot our .Ithe\ 1elowl1"
: February< 18th 1860. MyA. Does it not look beautiful the very picture "J ffcrs n yet survives! I'ms.-"Xo, your honor,but it w ill hap. American without thinking of
4, Jfe.: V of rustIc comfort and unpretending While the words of venerable Adams pen Hometirieb." Socrates' sage Archelaus who Lid Time>ostcu I'o&t makes the following:an. ,

: C. 'I Cant., ::''1. D. wealth as it rises yonder on the soil of yet linger in our ears, let us hasten away MAO.-"lio off,you scamp,get out of my asked him reply to give to King preaching' in,the dirty ourcmtnt : ..J"Good '' il.,

JIOJICEOPATUIQ PIIT5ICIAJr, Massachusetts, the laud of Hancock and, to the:Second: I tome,here Death has eroded sight. street of Athemand up and live him him news for discontented married laics.
JTc3Usc llo, Florida. Warren that mansion with many windows, tte thre&hold.Emerging 1'Lm.-"Thank'ce>: jour honor, then I'll in Lis splendid court.come" Meal,pleaaa\ your .-3I. do I MCI, a French chemist, h V
July 18 18S9. r'9'ty extended its front fair flow. from tho tbadows of this Ad iocovered poison "I'
: a porch along you good-night.; is a halfpenny a peck at _\theuI, t 1. f i
majesty iS
V V TATLOK; Y. D. T. M.; PALMEE, )L.w .D. era and richly foliaged trees blooming beautiful valley of Virginia,.we ascend a V *.... V and I for C/iris. VV V .
B....w....... .. .. .. '. ...... .... .... .... ., from its hall-door to the roadside gate?-. slight clev ation, and by the light of the Spo''lt.-Lct ancient or modern Jiistory water W jld.can get nothing.1"[ Vermonters live to get age. There j

; Dr.. Taylor St Palmer, The hour is very{.till. It is near high noon morning sun, behold a strange structure, be proiTnce.J( they will not afford a moi tan I are two men up tbtvo 8 old they :
_" Jlfonltcello, Florida, you can see the roof with corniced eaves standing amij ifgrove of forest trees. But heroic display! than tho reply of the Yankee .4-$5-- I Lave forgotten who they are, and none otI '- t

V UJ"'Contill"e to Practice 1 rlrtnenh1p.a! uul balustrated summit marked boldly out, Otto> eto.ry in heijjith, with elegant pillars in : 1t of Stoniugton, to the British commanders. ,\ Pennsylvania: editor says: ."?omewdybrought I their oeightl'can r(( .lfM qr ,

Mrck15tii.1859. ly against tbe.deep blue goauner bky. front, a.nda dome rislug ,lI.bo..o iu: roo it The peoplo went piling the ball* one bottle pfrouted water, DfES Ihn a.t.TaW. U.'To..e .
e While the thunder of cannon in in sour strikes you with its angular, almost oiien- which tho enemy Lid wfeted, when the foe into oar office, with the, reu tt. Tiotice.J ,KIIBS.Pillow Vat* Unrcs.ke.r"ualeto\
Dr." Uab rl Scott MOXTICEI.LO, FLOETDA, ears, we will pass the gate, enter the hall tat btyle Architecture, and yet seems the applied to them. "We )want La,ilj you it a"lemonbuer." "If Lsau W8 green JM A.wyMAKVISrJlftrxjware '
lOVfferI Lie ProfcMionaJ Sepricei to the citizens door, and glide softly up thectaira' Softly appropriate Hermitage of Philosophy and' sell Bhen !" They wan$ enough to sell hU birthright for mesa ofpttge V Naib 1 .
.f Sonticdlo and Tkiolty.flarcb tor death is here, in this Home ot Qaincy. Thought.That V towder-send U powder and we'l return it doe not prove that we will tell] Jlollofrare. J" IUHAIOY I

-- .. 11.' (m ." ,structure, relieved by the ba k. ouballi.! V Iii for five cents. .> ,cutl"u,To} C'ilk(lie 1'toclai, f-.leb pI, .

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lilmwoWJVsnsncola & Georgia Railroads Isreroeclfi ullrOf'itfci", Sp.rlnIArt.8 1.tgt.tnhrt''I.! : .,; IIr, @ o&i..ifR ifQtccl .. '
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h J$ folowlng] ; :J Wyhitgtn*_Count jilljaniSe.nie .< 'I: .: THE PEOPLES..STORE'?
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.Gjorgia.llail, Road Co..rregiit .' :, S| For ..J ,;:.101 I Itl' ,' : '" .-OFmrlmmmllE -' ,',

nrf!ISftyabU Jn .mt,> bj delivery t J rood1 .
-'[ ViU bo chnrjtua on hj-ticl s.J JIng over. 3.
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To Constirnccs. In Tslhiliffkee, .8 i1ny' ', 21T,22.0,. Pl'izc8"Amo'1I1tillrt\ 16 ; # I
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., II.. .. la 6tu1Ieofthpt.. \I 271200.
0 ', (." over n ,-I .I jnuujnTliis .111)1' Will.be distributed according to follow" ing ARE JUST RECEIVING: : AT TllfilltMONTICELLC ; t"GO 'IS ']VOW IN FULL BLAST !

rnl* will be strictly adhered to, and pnrtlcaeending "
for goods are requested comply therewith ROYAL SCHEME : ) I
mAll & m @ Jl, m 1L"
; : or the.goods cannot. be delivered. kTo bo.drawn.every Saturday ; ; w __- 1
E. lIOUSTOUN\ ._- -
Sup't4 1 Prize of..... ..$.? ) i B; Prizes of. SOOt20 ,
March 29 1850./$ 6-tf' .704)00; ; ? .. .......
1 Prize of.1 .-;;:,,. 000110 Prizes of. 800 ... ....
: :T.' J1Iail Schedule. rri/Odf.f(MI.$I0 000, 20 Prices of.. 100 -...;;y IIAvfcf G JUST RECEIVED A PORTION OF... ':THEIff
1 Prize| (.f. I. .. .: .:..800 100 Prices of. 110 Rd
tff*' _i 1 I'rir.o! (,?. .. .. '3000 100 Prizes of. 25 \ + :: FLORIDA
KT TIlE Md\ TICELLO P. OFFICE. 1 Prize of. i M r. 2 000;, 25 000 Prizes'of. 0 i tm SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK

From Knd after this d.ite the Malls "HI be"closedus 8 Prize of..V I OOOi! ;@ lir' ;;nr'r' *
; follows: ''''.. 970 Approximate. Prizes, amounting to f 18,200. \'!!":!;' ofL

; NORTHERS MAII. Whole Tickets IS ; Halves! $1 ; Qunrtcrs (P&!m gw [Q)[ W
&b @
"EvJyErontng."' ; (except Sunday,) at 41 o'clock} $2 ; Eighth. @[P @1i [fJrb @@[Q)

p EASTERN MAIL( Which WAS r> refully selected by two of the firm, in person, from the best markets In tho .
.4* Every Evening WE9TERX(except Sunday rAIL,) at, 4} o'clock { CITY"PL ANt I One.of the Largest and most Complete Skis of.S1At'tS Incpection of the public [Is respectfully Invited._ country\ it,

w_ Every Evening (except bundny: ,) at'1 o'clock. 00.009.P012 TO TElE: : L.A.DXES.

;t 'r,. tir No letters will be mailed after the abovtimc. ONJTboLLAJZlDH AicY -OUR STOCK OFLUliCS' -
.,, The office will\ be opened on Sunday! from 7 J ANn natwGoon$ .

./'f..<,ct .0 8 j o'clock,A.SL, and from 1 to 2 o'clockI'.M.- WX D.ULYT 6 O'CLOCK, : Fancy Dress Goods
We shall adhere strictly to the above. ,
t ... C. A. BRADLEY, r. M. 75 yumbcrt-12 Drawn Sallali. enitrntlng variety of Beautiful Designs and
Is really Beautiful Complete, every qnalit snefc
: k Monticello, February 25, 1860. OFFERED TO THE PEOPLE OF JEFFERSON. as-

%: SChEME I ".. .. Silk! Barngw.: Organdies, Jaconets, Lawns in great variety, Robe ales
ENTIRELY'ATffUV ENTIRELY NEW 1 1 Any 1,00 ticket.. with 8 Xos.on it,nil drawn,$50,000 nwn .wn rn Wtfl .uu. u. u .
c. 28,000 '
E What 'is itt 6. .. Thc prediction made by w last Fall that the business of Monticello
10,000 would bo ,,'cry .A LArgo A9'OrtD1'ntot LACK AND FRENGll WORK SETTS OF COLLARS A.YD SLEEVES
1& That Wonderful Purifying Agent, It. .t. 6" 2,500i. \ materially increased: owing1 the completion of onr Railroad, has been fully "realized Rl BO.YS. LACB'S AND ElJGINGS: '

S II 4 .i Soil\ It will bo remembered thai: we brought out the heaviest stock of Fall and Winter Goods "

t:' ,Darby's 'Prophylactic? ( Fluid, >If. u II.,i 8"2" 100 SOII ( ever offered ill this section of country; and notwithstanding the immensity of that stock:; @m 1m 1EIID 1 faI@1? :XmT

;t If 91 1" g\ we arc happy to have it in our power to state that it has all been sold, and room thereby 5J
:nit; i.1I td Net Katareli.Duto.J'y.. !'ii It II i a* M Triumph_ Remit of of Learn Any f 1,00 Ticket with a drawn nnmtier on been made, (in connection with an addition we have put to our store) for the VERY IN GREAT VARIETY,

.. Scicntife Skill it stationed to come out at particular HEAVY STOCK ot-. '
placeench as 117,ht, 2d,3d,or ony other A Large and complete assortment of BoilllCtS arid Ladies
(?* It is n Chemieal Union' of materials,provided by station\ the drawing.,..,....... ....... GOTic1'tlfom '
Nature herself for rendertngpurc the II oD.I.iUisses'.Flats
KV Its action lain obedience to fixed Inwa, per Dollar. 1,00 to any]'rire.lIllh, abort..Raltn $})dng rnut(t $nmmer D tl With a General Assortment of ;.

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t two or more selected numbers
i purifies dwelling, sinks and kitchens; Are taken, and all of those JTtimbers so selected arc ,W/I't WIIITE, GOODS. : ; I'
& It removes all offensive odors; not drawn among the Twelve Drawn Numbers, the Winch; /! purchased; of the Firm in
one nnd '

p It It prc cures vnt burns meat with from instant polling certainty; .; Ticket i Hy n Hank.f thisS'hcmo. purchasers can Select their cry arijvnl! from New York Jiy nnd oilier ports.As, person usual, our now goods being will received be sold, by on eve-tho And almost [Every Description{ Q of{ Fancy Articles Generally( Wanted,f

most reasonable and
7 It make hard water soft; own Number! term, \ve fi-cl perfectly satisfied that they will meet the approba}
It is the l bet cosmetic tion oi
; --.4. 4.. our customers
A Large find Complete Stock of STAPLE GOODS, roch M
It scatters boils when forming; "
Its.iollics boils when formed, and henh them ._ : '
rap --4.. Prints Ginghams Cottonades! Stripes Bed .Tickings Checks &c.; &c.

.7 at,H curi rcffevcs\tetter heartburn and scnIJh; lI.l; ,\1... "' OUft T.ARGErAXD. .... WELL SELECTEtJ STOC1Laclies'Dress Of L'[ : b\NIQ! : ) @rnrNJif'il.rgmililiNI': : :!

It'Is good: f.,r carbuncle, ulccru, ('ornallnJ surca. 40,000! $32,000! 25,000! $ OOOO; Go.od's BOOTS.4XD SHOES OF THE lJEST..lfAKE} HATS AND CAPS OF TIlE LATESTSTYZES' ;,

It cleanses the teeth nnd purities! tho breath; /) 1 $2,5o5l( .Will ccrt.iinly strike t thcndmirution. of tho fair ecx. They consist of every description, from the ,
$10,000 S/J.OOOt Etc. cheapest
i-f:;"i It:destroys nil vegetable: nnd animal piOh1C.; Calico to the rll.h'ltIilk/:: to.wit: A COMPLETE ) "ToFfIJE'V.ELRY OF,.EV ZRY: ,DESCRIPTION.
1' : : It Is the best piirntion ever used for fresl .TICKETS FROM |1TO$l0. Plaift .
WO..llrl.. Dress Silkq ; Flounced Silk Robes; Organdie Robes
it, It relieve] In n few 'minutes the bites of tmiccMBtlnstsof tS": In T.orderlngTlekete-1 state the. Claw, endow I .Fine Jltinlin Robes ; French Organdies, ; ..1..Lriwncsa : ; GENTLEMEN'S' '
S : Lee!!. etc. the money to our addrcsn, an4 on receipt of it we 1 Fine Jaconets ; JMuslins ; "...ncrnNes ; '

The. Iloopitals of New Orleans and Mobile are usIng will rend_ what I. orderediy return infill.f3f .,15cingc Anglnw ; Mourning Goods; Calicoes ofe'I'Y style, &e. .
j.; AH Communications strictlyronfidentinl.C3P :
.s llonpitals,eorporatlons, ehi -mastere.mnnnfaetnr PurrhnwrsVill"' plcai write their signature With, the most. complete assortment of WMOTIS{ :: AM LBMSiM: : @:ES) ever Ax1c1 Fu.rnl.sb.l.ng: : GooCl.s

era planters, phy' slclanf,f urntuhed by the gallon at piuuulund give,.thejr, Post Office county jind State.rpIRc7ULiIJs ." I brought to Monticello.. 4A very large supply of '' '
rnte*. CJoc'eJ'.Ft.11'm Utensils '
Groceriesf&c.All .
g. 4Cont'ntnlng BIfI'btot'deJ'ie.Collal'a 1J ,
; awl Unfai'deeves
Tho wSrstoymtomsof-TvphoMnnd Srnrlvt Fever \ /
S uro mUi\ ,'nted by. theuRe'of tlol. Fluids; It, has been full explanations of onr Schemes, "''e.j jwill ?IiiililliS Trnirli Lure Poluti and Simwl of hleli! we will tnko pleasure In inhibiting to purchasers and "ill sell them on as reasonable i'
Pi-. known to check tho spread of Typhoid Fever Ii ho forwafdcd liy Mail to any one sending. us of various kiiuls. I.... termene any house Iontlc(' 10. PleaBecall 6n ns-nt HID "PEOPLE'S; STORE," one door ITorth.cf
j' Also Lace }
.* families and upon plantations. their name. ..: ., ; Oooll Crapes, Velvets, Ribbons, Ruches, Flowers, Plumes, Bonnets, Bea "MAUVISS"', if you wish to get value for your money C2'E\tra? Inducements to Cash buyer
Lending I'hys".i..n8Rre. using It In Charleston, Cilumbhi >. Orders for.Tickets or Certificates\ by rnll.or.Ex'I''I' ver, Kid anti Cashmere Gauntlets, Kid anti Silk: Gloves,' Cotton, :ATcrmo: and Silk Ilosierj CSTSo charge for showing poodi.' HEIIRIXO. FENKELL t SIIE EE.

Havuiiimh, .11I-ntI,: ...Atlanta Mneun, Columbus press' should- boaddrc-aed to _< ; ;*and a very extensive and elegant supply ofOf -' Monticcllo- Florida, March 10th. 1860. 4-:,T-.'".
r ,Montgomery, :Selinu; Mubilo( and New Orleans. 1IODU ES, PATH & CO.. -
:: Jnoo 16, 18110. Macon( Georgia."Authorized : ; (JjQfDQ{ (( )( @ROflu[ -- : _
For sale by ilru&rlsM; nn. country merchants gen' Ow 'HOSTETTER'S Commissioner's Sai ;
.rally, from whom order are respectfully sollelteil A F01"tuIle. $iP :a Xew nn.l. Easy: Stjlo, designated liTHE BELLE OF' TIlE 'SOUTH 1" They '

i.'t Try at least ono bottle; price 80 cent. Follow .. . cannot: tail! to lilease our hall). f'iieiu1.! Wo have also I"cceivc] a new style of BUS.TLE 'S rO ZMGHJNTTE3S.! : OF 1Ed1ZEsTATJFirst m
directions, :Munufnetured nnlv [In the .
Ijibratory oDAUIJY ma.le cntll''lv of !ltcct..anll. 80 Iihtt, anti ingenious that they will certainly bo Monday in December'next..
-r Auburn;....l1n.I. I DEPARTMENT of our Dew 8npplics IS very complete, embracing Tho proprietor1* And nianuaciarct4f IIOS- S IN pnrsnanr? of a decree ot the lion J. Wayle
:. t3"For sale In Monticello. ,by ,, ,.... many articles of beauty and convenience.FOR TCTTKa'8': CELKBIUTEU: STOMACH BIT; Baker, Judge! of the 1I1i11c11e Circuit Court of .
: -1 TER'3 can ap1'3al1l'Ilh perfect confidence tophjsiclars Florida,sitting in Chancery,.made at Chambers on .
T.tS7"For PJ\L\nm.... : : the 8tli of A. l>. in
day January I860
@IE@Ft@g[ LJ ifg[ and citizens generally of tie United a certain .
sale. 1 n New Port,!itv States, because the article has MtiyieJ t ; a cause whortiin Charles'I'. J. Singleton: Executor of \,
0 JAMEsJJV.-SKirPER.- LOTTEEt.Y. TIlE GENTLEMEN, we have, as usual, purchased a very heavy:\ stock of heretofore unknown.. A few" f&ls upon ChavlHS T.J. Sln-rleton, deceased, Is (complainant ..:t
..S i N. B. PCTSOHS wlsliln j soiU ores, water, etc., an IcKINNEY CO.1\L\NAGflS.; \ ; this point' will speak moro 'powerfully thgnTiilunics and William' C. Chirk and Wife and Mary N. Singleton I.
; have dune rcaionable .rlC of bare ,are defendants, the undersigned, named andisolated '
lyzed, can Jt ou tcrui )jij a.ijerdoa or bl.nonLog pjiflVry.
: ending Profcixor Darby :bypceiat Act of Legislature. READYMADE CLOTHING The consumption of Hoitatter'i Stoigach Bit a* Commissioner in laid decree, will on

prl2t5thn859: 10 If.. .. ... tcra fur tho ii\f ,cCr amounted over Aolf- tin Fleet Monday December, .\.'n. I860, sell at
'" .. <2$2 i"pJRJZfS.Morfthan million bottle1), and from.. (, munifeat,4t6a4y'increase publl outciy to the highest bidder before the
', 4. lu times put,it i is eiden. thatdvrhpg, Com Homo door [in the town of Monticello,In the
.1--% 500 :Barrels Unic : one'Prkea to every Iwo Tid..el8. -AXD AN IMMENSE AND ELEGANT tOT OF- the coming year.Lbo consl1m ton !tl.4aaclu. County(If Jciroinon, the following lands belonging

"' ... .... ........ -- FUEt.NISSINGr: : : : : : : 'GOODS. scar the inhibit bottlol( : This 1I\JenslI..rnount\ to the estate of Charles T. J,Singleton, deceased 1,to .
could 1uavbeen sol.l butftrMrera wit: The E J of tha S E: J of Section Township .

f'fO': : Equal lojny Made in the World'! CAPITAL PKIKE Our Clothing t Is all mnnuf.ietiired: of tho best fabrics, _and ent and ml\J\lln Lhubtcst.lylelf. Al K>,Marseilles medicinal never)iropertlcs' contained in tba-pepllra. "and 3,1 Kongo 3, North and East; theS i of Section SI,
: S6OOOO. nnd Liuueuu fliuSliirU: and Collars; !Silk:: and Marino Kelt MilrU and Ure wen; Cravats, Gloves and lion, and the annetion of tho noL prominent' W tboXEJof Section 31, nnd the Eof the M I ,
UNDERSIGNED has hand Il.uulkcrcliklX physicians in- those acctlon.i of.thO".c.untry .- J of Section 31 ; the N W i of Section 83; the "
1 : JC5 on ut TICKETS OXLY TEX HOLLARS pjyBOOTS where the article i 1-\bcst known,."'hlt'lIot.'Ollly.$ ,H"W:iof Section 0, and the S Vf i of Section 8,
.ji a a least SCO barrels of Fresh Limp, hich Is hALVES,Ql'\nTlns1IGIiTIIS,IX rhOPOBTIOX recommend the Bitten to their paiiiy\ti\ ,.but and the y W J of tho N E J of Section 6-Townihip
3' ".Ie good as can be had in the world. Certificates to AND SHOES. are ready at all times to give tcstiuippiajt) ) Id; its f r :!S" KaugS4, North and East,containing.1160 acr .. 1
'aiich* effect can: be furnUhed from numerous person* To lie Drawn each Ln ics' CJ6th and Kid Gaiters, and Calf Kid Goat and Kip Boots; eflicacy all cases of atproaahio dcrangcmpnU! ', 'lflureorloms. -
,1 whO have triud It. Saturday in 1 860, Misses' Cloth, Kid. Goat"nnd Kip Boots, and Boys' Calf and Kip Boots and Shoes ;jGentlemen's and the diseases rsulthig 4her6oid,1'&e(; ?I! A T&T TERMS OFJ SALE-One-third ennK; and ;r;
Persons wUtilji"' Lime will find it to their,Interest IN THE CITY OF SAVANNAH, UEORGIA. 9 Cull"and Boots This is riots temporary popularity, obtan\ \ edL*f the}In/a/ nee Ii\ equal Instalments, payable la on. IIJ
'. to purchase pf me7"a; it can be had cheaper ntl! Class ?[p, to be drawn July 7; 1800. Kip ; % by extraordinary elfllilu tho way ft frnmj;?'\ ,!nl) two years, with eight per cent intereot
on better terms, than eIHwb<f sale,with .mortgage on the property. I
miles ; | estimation of invaluable .* or.apppovediccurity.! '
Yard, about twelve South1{ ilonticc-llo andDear an medicine.which U :
. the Augustine Road. ".' c. Class 81, to be drawn July 21, 1800.: : HATS AND CAPS. HATS AND CAPS.Gents' destined! to be as enduring as time if Self/ ** : '. ;; joint TTEST Comml8, lon4ll'. I
'. JOHN'M. RAVSOR.Joflcrson Class 82, to be drawn July 28, 18CO. ** Hosteller's StomaclAfiH(6r: ( .,?Dav t'rovetl' ,I ip "'JIa/cjrSlst, 1860. ,7-tds-Sm
County,Fl .,Nov. Ii. 1859. *S3.tf MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. fine Beaver and Silk Hats; Gents'Coles1.in nnd Cassimero Hats ; Boys' Cassi- a Godsend.to regions TtLcro.fifrcr' aDd ague -r-.._.t I
mere and Wool Hats j Panama: Straw, and Hats anti Caps of every description. and various other blUousTcolllplalutJ'lIl1vecOllntc ':, Insolvent Estate Notice.. 'I
I Prize (If. ,..f 60,0001 8 Pi Izes of$1000. arc JjOOO <1 their victims. by'lu5dr|.. ,To flea,table STATE
t 1.Prize of... 20,000: 10 coo 6UIIO to state \ OF.FLORIDA, ) '
that1 the
.r BIUCKt..OK ;: 1 a Je1Trso&County,. if ,
Misceflaneous.Articles. 5 .
1 Prize of... 10,0011] 2" 400 800 are % certain cure for. he D.'speppiIIIIJ like '
1 Prize1 of. .. 6,000/ 2" 300" "TtTlLLI -:0- 6110( Under this head would be to in detail the immense stock diseases is Jo the proprietors a source of unalloyed f ,
. 1 Prize of.).. 4,000 2"' 200 4' 400 imposiblo give we alwayskeep .T ,EstMe\ of Willis A. Woods, late Jefferson ,;
The suLscriber takes this method 1 Prize of...;' 3,000,; 60" 150: 7600 on hand, such as Bleached and Drown Domestics!, Negro Cloth, Stripes, Oznaburgs, from the plen@ure.etomich'It, removes purifies eUmorbid the! blooJ mailer,..adj, County,deceased, has filed in the Probate office a ';

I of informing the public generally that he still con ''I Prize oC..f. '2.0110100" 100 101X10 Linens, Saddlery, Carpcttiug, Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, Hardware, Tinware, Crock imparts renewed ,vitality the n'nousIY8Icm. tt wrUUolftiggcetion hi tn'at he-believes the'said estate
Unues the buainesj of 1 1'ilzeof.,.. 1,6110100" Ui"1500: Glassware :Spades Shovels Hoes Trace, Chains ite. All of > insnlvcntTlicrefor, ,
cry, Cutlery, Jewelry, : : giving.it that tono and energy; iadicpentaV" -
CRICK 3IAKING.AND. luVYIXGJ.Tlif !. 1 Prize of... .: I.l00, 100" 8J 8500: which will be sold as low as they can bo bought in this: seclUm, of country. for tho restoration of health. It operates npoji' claims- \ 'o. affirt said Is estate given to to all persons sndfil.tb.having 1 fJ

is t he' h.is: TWO YARDS Jor the making of Thick, APPROXIMATION PRIZES. the stomach, liver and other digestive \yr ana, same with the Judge of Probate appear of said
' : 1'l'Iz.a....... ..... EiilJlyliiit powerfully,:and soon restores' then county OB :
_" oce situated.one milo and a quarter'i': of Muntio 23,448 Amounting to $212,140 or beftrs. 'Uto'fourteenth day of July next,wbe.
; on the Tallahassee IQlt4tIIeotlier:: on moIVnuicolii ) to acondition essential to the healthy discharge there will b\e a prorata distribution of the fua.
and Georgia Railroad; one mile Eat oft 25828....PRIZES AMOUXTIXG TO.....SSCtfESP" FAMILY GROCERIES. of the. functions of nature. 4, ., belonging t.said estate,amongst the creditors the -. i
Station three. At the latter Yard he has a Will le J>fawn tl& Jw <'..a-J Elderly persona may une the Bitters daily. fMviv't: IL STRAIN. Judge of Probate.
@JJ2) Certificates of PaAa es ,,'ilt be sold at the ful- In this line we will endeavor to keep on hand our usual supply' of Flour,Sugar, Coffee!; Rice Soda Biscuit per it directions stimulant on the baltic, and they will findin january Jl,I860. 8m
1 r2L @ Cracker Candles, Soap, Pepper' Si.lee.Salt Pickles, Ac. peculiarly adapted to comfort 'I
} living rates, which Is the risk AitlU-.llllro stock of FI-NE: UUAXUIES, \V1NE-;. WIllMvY, Ac., xiithjiny quantity of the variou derliniujt: jefU", as it II pleasant to the( palate .
for the loading'of CAR*. AIII'"n. living:: contiguous Certificates of Paikagesof.. \\llOJcTickets BO,00 brand of Tol:: ClOCO and the choicest lot wf SOS VrS ever brought tho Townof ]luvlgorr.ling! the buvrcls, excellent as a tool!; I atffh: odore Turnbu11, dec'd.
to tho lluilroud,can have their brick transported 10 Half. >" 80,111)a on ,. Monticello. for Final Dismission.
to them with dispatch and without breakage.t3f is 10 Quarter 15.00a' : I t, deuce of tbonsindj or aged( men and .
All orders attended to with l'rolllptnl'i'a. is 10 EI.hth/.: SI 7,50xacctI In conclusion, our stoclc is Urge all fresh and embraces every article the country can posjbly demand. who have experienced the benefit of using women thiLJ.l! *OIX! :MONTHS from the date hereof shall present
EfJT Citizen of JU.lison' County will take due notice If'you wish to buy be sure and give us a call. Our c-ood.: are for sale,and all we ask U an examinationof preparation ..!'iilo suffering trout ttomach/lc/ v>CX. fay aceuunU'and vouchers, as Exeeatric of !
hereof, and govern thonntlvrs a..eor.lingly. AT TaIS:: : by the! people, and we ted confident they M ill not remain on our hlIl..1on j. J r rangemeuis<1 generoldebilily; acting under* 'toe Estate of Theodore Tnrnbull, deceased to the
' ek JAMES ELLRWOUD. A M'LEXDID DRAWING ONT Monticello. :March 24th, 1860. JOhNSON, 15IIID & CO. th" advice of physician they have a andqptill; > lion. Judge of Probate for Jefferson county aocl'
'pray to be from the .
February 2th,1860. all discharged same.i
2lySoO -- deleterious dru"a anti rllirl9' texli&Iha. *
?' ?? ? DKJI i i r : .
e iTuis iTJTlj: l&Si! 1/xliJ.fMJiaJiiri/ [ IrvaroKlaileh merits of this orti io. A few ;wprJs.to.thi'; ; CAROLUJE A. TURNBULL Ex'trixV .
CIIAV; I; or SCIIEDUI.E. ;March 81, I860.\ 6m
takes place every Wednesday and Saturday, gentler sex. T).ere are'certain period! *lie a

F.A.l\.XILY J lCu.italPrizeof.,........... ..t23jPOO NEW' STORE.NEWGOODS their carea are so harassing that many o(thorn 9tink -
1 Piue of.................. ..... 4,600 TALLAHASSEE & PENSACOLA & GEO. under the trial The relation of_lneter]| Estate: of John Braderffdeceased. 1!
('i 1 l'rizeot.,................,,. .. 4.000 and chill I is to absorbingly lender, IhLlotll11 .
t1vinu: ; ,l\d\htcPt\ \ 1 Prizei.f. ......;.,...........7., 8,000 Rail Roads.O mother especially if ibo be lollJJ.14-'It :>_ .. Ezec tor'i Notice. )-
caD;: : lPrIceut...... ...._............ S.17L20 forget her own health iu her rxtrcmoaiti\ i ly'o* ,SIX MONTHS after date"I shall present myffiool '' .
10 Prizes ur..f1l10l1ro........... 7,000 fur her iufant. Should the period of inateMftyarrive and vouchers, as Executrix of the.*. J
SCOVILL &:; GOODELL'S PATENT! 4iPrizeif. .., 175 are...... ..... 7,000. = Dfi during the summer tcn""o" I lOb "wn.gt '* the of John Braden, late of Jefferson county de- t,
110 Prize. (lC.... 125: are.........., 6,250. Lawrence Ohlinaii *body aud mind I 19 generally g.rnateJ; :' $te> \ ceased'to the llonor ble Judge of Probate of*ai Sewing with- Two ThreadsDouble 259 Prize of.,.. 80 are .... ..... 20,720* X and after Sunday, the 25th of March, dao then, Is II necest.ity; for a uitintulant4 escape.)# county and apply for a discharge'from the adminis- ;\,-

p Lock Stitch 64 Prizes of.... 60 are....... ... 8,200 OPENED ANEW STORE la the Building the Car ,..ill leave and run as follow.,viz: rate the energies of the rystepi,..n4enabt.itU tratloB of the said estate. -
6llrizsof.... 80 are........ .., 1,0-20 nAS occupied by mother to bear up under her cxli4ostuig triaaand 0; I "CEARKEY BRADEN Ex'trl II 5
64Prlze.of.... 20 are..........-. 1.280 .reeently Leave Tallahassee.! ..,,.,.......,.4.00 P. M. re.poll! t..ili.ie.urslng mother -- aMarclil 1.1860.. 8m CFISKS
More thanJOOO stitches Minute 6,033 Prize of. .. 10 lore....,... ... 58,820 B. II. PARTRIDGE, Arrive at Monticello............,6.15P4M.: prefer the fitters: to all other tnvigora generally \ -
per Leave Tallahassee............. .
28.2211'rlze.oC. 6 are..IU.UOt'rlzeumonntlngto. and U now receiving a Splendid Assortment of .IISII.A: It!. ton tbattreceiv the endorsement or pbyai- >
'" Arrive at bt. Marks.... .... .....11.00 A. M. clans, becauqcf it Is 'p rl'\'oble to lie taste METALIG BURIAL. CASES
.. TilE O. LYLO"V 81,412 ...., ...$281.48120WHOLE -LADIESGOOCSI- Leave Tulhihasgee....... .. ...... 6.00 A.81. "as certain, to give C fvrmuncnt increase aswell a-.... .
TICKETS FIrED OL'lS .Arrive at Goodman's Station !? ... 3.60 A. It!. cf bodi'y strength.
: PRICEDSEWING Leave Monticello.\;S........,..'1.00 A.81. All those to whom v 'I1ti.Te t I
MIAUEH.IX PKOrOKTIOX. xrpp AND .nur Arriv *t Tallahassee.:...,.......9.05 A.M. lady referred persons above. to nits wt partlcU"from
MACHINE, In ordering: lleket or Certificates, enclose theIIIIIn..y Leave gr. Murks..,,,.......,.,.,2.00 P. M. fe cr and caused( 1 sufierers I
Offered to ouraddrrM, for the tickets ordered,on re- Arrive agile. by malaria diarrhoea! sizes hand, and for sale by
sewing with 'IVo Threads vhich. .. atTalhihawe .. .. ...8.28! r. 8l I. dysentery indigestion! loss at ALL .constantly on
evipt they fil'tmalLPureball'l'i appetite
i1lLeforwarddby EIMMOKiMoDi
Leave Goodman' Station ...... THOMAS
5 4.80 P. M.
ESE aebiiics are the b.*t In market fur ",,"I. all diseases or derangement of
T ly urphiuUitiuu ue ; and! they are so simple they may di-can< ,:;have lIlIte. tiekc ending In'any figure ,' 4 Arrive atTallahastee; .. .. .....,,,.'I 30 P.M. superannuated Invalids, persoes' the sedentary btomach !:ello, Fla., March[ 22, 1859 ly

: la their couatruulion that they/ may be cut into The hat of drawn, numbers and) prize ,.ill be Connecting with Poet Coaches at Montieello and occupation auJ nursing mothers vill consult
dmilie with no other iu. rutioiu than are contained tent to purchaser Immediately after the draviug. Gents" Clothing Goodman',Station 5, daily except at Montkello on their own physical wclfaie by giving to lies- ESTATE OF JAMES R. TUCKER DEC.'D.
in a circular bleb accuuipuuiv each 'iiiuchine,' All comuiunirutlonsktrlctlv' confidfUtiuL ; SuuJaYID<1 Goodman's Station S, Monday.. tetter' Celebrated Stomach liitters a triaL APPLICATION FOB FINAL DI8MISSIOS.tor .

,. and from which a child ten j ears old may readily Orders for Ticket or Certificates, ly until or Express Huts and CijI-ll.ooti> and Shoes AJTD ALSO ,' C.UTIOWe caution the public against: months Crow date hereof I shall preoerr&
learn how to and ibm j ; '
use keep tn ordtr. .
; to be directed toMcKLNVEV using any of (La many imitations; conuterfeita my accounts anti voucher, as aurvivWg adl1Jln1Kra'
..111 persons la need of K'>o.l inm-limea ..ill adTaneetbcirloterert I I br culling upon th"nkrignedL. May. 1800. 12Uill of, and whi.-h return. before the departure TOMicu EirTEBs and fee that each bottlti Las the Ho>n. Judge of Probate for Jefferson county.Md, ...
and purchasing. t&TbeMt maehiuc are warrantd the Train; and with the line of Mull ftelUIlera.Le- the words I>r.J. 1I0atutl! r'l Stomach Ii1ter4". tmiy to ... dUcharged from the same. !''It-
L. . to do good work. JI J LLmiD tween Hew OrVan,Key Wci and Cuba and liiUr- IJovn on the ide ef the bottle and stamped EMIT1I s1MpKThS.4prUll .L "
-, JOEL B. COWN::. Agent. Jo11U1K.OOO1L mediate point}on the Gulf, arriving at St. Marks on the meta1io.cop covering: the cotk: and .1880.-6m. Surviving AJJfr \
Monticello, Dee. 17th 1659.: 4t WATCHES on their way to Key W\st on the 17th and 2nd or observe that our alllogr1lfl1.a.lgllALur, U on the
8rd of each mouth and attiring at St. Mark taLeL deceased.Application
D on .
of James
: i h their to New Orleans 011 lb. litb and 4- Prepared and aold by: HOSfETTEU: !: k j3.j1d,
way Zaili of
f. HolhoMJiabeRlIf I AM'Ji! l. ii < !\ GrH.OOH3H.HmSt: tl3o. each month SMITH. Fittaburgb. Fa., and sold by all fat Final'DiiaIo.. '

Head IJlauk JVole All of which we will sell CUEAPER. lhau for '- drucguta..croeen. and dealer generally iuI
YOU BEST ever I'asMegers Monticello er JIOIDt.li of that ft.ra te.I aJl"'rellell'" my .
But of WAST THE JACK in the Lnbo1s before offered lut thin nwi'let W, ask 1h.'citizeu will tab the 4.00 p. m.train. -throughout. the Uiiiled; iluiWa,Loutb! Alua.i SLXmoii/h.ndvo8<'he *, aa AilnjUiUU of U*
FloiiU, come and look at mine, lie U D1nnks Bni4 Germany
MoDtiecllo and surrauodini to ch '* : ,
country usa fur uoodmau's $ r Jeflcrson
tea veers,old, twelve and half Land PaMougrN or poluU EaU tf that 9 Estate of James B. UoardIa's eoaaty'
Will Mow a awuide of Lit* high and I Cards & trial. LAWRENCE OHLMAN. will take the 8.00 a. m. truln. ?t deceased to the Houoible;Judge of Probate of aalell, Jcounly
0., Moutlcello\ March 10th. 1880. 4- The train will 'nJ"'FOI'ItI'1.1n Monticello tf from the adaoloU.llth .'
Coma tad look at him\ -it will do not run from TuTUtbsnee to 8tUark by DR. H PALM- and apply dUcba/ge
; you good evB Executed with neatneM anti dbpaU-h at Ihe office .and back to and DR.1LQDERT aid eaLatl'.
on fiuoduy, only Steamer days &XYlT4. Is WakecDuA. !. tntio.u. Iof '
i/e&lIcii$71Ocl.29< ISe WIt R CELL.. of the"Family JrU" I UGOII$. Ilarneu,single and double Saddlery WM.-}; VIlfeO. AII\tu'tf' .b y PALMER 4 WILIJAJH, DAJiJEL! T. IniGO, Adm'r.February .
(3T Payme r"l"ireJ 1'110"ddiNrf .fi.orkj3; .I3 < e.foiialsbyX i Vf P 1I.lli'l1. :rc1424th, 1860, t.U. t' fitoreh_ U. 18J91 4 .* ly.4 I860. 4 IILQ. "

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