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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: May 4, 1861
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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? i ;p1 ofessional.Oards TUB FEELING ur' TE.'iXESSEE..1o. nro To Unrolit'a rlccl. tho brow of the 1 brave ;' and the' .brand is

t.f.; I : t mitI.i! rjtL J 1 rcJI.CDU i \ }permitted to mako'tho: following extract nckrek I I bold 1 trI1..r81 I ye sully ..llr warcsj ready to burn its indelible ,stain- nponthosoul )

: br" JOKDAN from a jrivate' letter received in this: city ) tbebrayc-not. wit! hireling. or of the traitor. We await the events .
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... 3tUF.DRYSATURDA' 71. : from a mcmbor.of a leading banking firm kn vc' which wo forsee. If we live, WO shall\ record
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TTA3:. RKMOVED TO THE TOWN OF MOSTIJLL
Vfe with ,
.. laugh yo to worn yo\iMmpotcnl crew for
g-t.c Drink I ( in tho of t
: CEI.LO for Iho Practice of. medicine. Drank Drunk tit t Nashville, Tennessee. It only tends to As j-o winced 'in-nth tho. bulls our J cling heroes perusal our readell.tho

; .,, C .l'flIcEsl 1ST Office HtUl s' Hotel.: A correspondent: of the Petersburg Jit- confirm our pretSous advices that Teuncs- tre\ Annihilation of the mercenary -

.*1'f. &.eAaI 6. A. Ps"FloriJd'.for,,"yit-a- August 18, 1860. 27 &m .press, reporting the Into events at Norfolk, BOO will shorlly be redeemed, regenerated Mils \ may 'pollute the soil ot tho Confederate :
f 'tertptioilofAdifrlititig : and} disenthralled.! Tho writer says: There ve tremblingly lay, while your idly Stales. !Be for 1 few short weeks,

"ritpVTftDllT.TUB zncToRovEmax.. ] T. J'CURLEE, gives some i interesting particulars: : "Fifteen! cheers for Old Virginia. Tennessee While Ilrle.l t, of your her In flames tens cnwropt.N'ono nnd the events which wo. prudict.willube. 4.

'., iW8qBBre: Wrtpyihltio! ( .pBceif. f f.11 Brevier. lines, E>) [H RflTT D TTMONTICKI The dry dock, constructed nt so much expense is up in arms. Tho grandest revolution Jnrcil to conic forth to lili roseua or M Collie tho rocordsottho, past- .and the beta
orlci3on.ln8crtion. ......-.i. .,,... (1 00 and the finest in the world, wns that ever took hold of any people is Where the flag of the. brAve fl'1 onoli point wetlipie3etI. cf h'st )ry. ; .
"" TortTeryiuWqueat Insertion.... .. .... .. ., 60 1.0, FLORIDA, doomed but not destroyed.Forty barrels: : going on here now. Every man of nnv : --at.-, I Js

.Nl Scjuiir. 8 morttli ,..t.. .*... !'. 600 ." TILL rUACTICn In all portions of powder were introduced into its chambcrs : prominence has taken high Southern ground, BnckHnok t to trail or 1>I 1 l 1,1m>! to lcarn CAN TiE SOUTH Stfrronr. A GOVERNMENT
1 '." e ..*... ...... .. .. 800 and slow match Hut it your 1IIId-I,1
monthiij. ? of Eliot nnj'] Middle! 'Florida.! : a : applied. as Andy Johnson and John Dell. The That South t'nr'olinlnns have return.(
except ? Case in
nbleconimu.
l 1 yci r. ( ..,.;. .,.;:4.jh. .". 1200i June 30th 1800. 20-ly would! seem by the interposition ,of ProvE, incnnly)your retire -Elipbnlet an ;
: : have this in their hnn.1s.JollIIson Hut knie no font trick
1 ." ..;. ;...1. ...........'.... 20 oo People : thing n you lira. ton Post fulJy'answersthis .
a M I.-' :. ... ,.....riu; .;. .-.25 00 A.. 'lerlcr! VI. I). dcrice, this magnificent: work was npnrcd.: is a black hearted traitor: ; Lk-lljs ]1'01 the SiS of the Soul li, i l bo..m."r :

4'J I ",. ..:.:.?. ,..> .. .4ir..vJ..i.V 3d 00IeelurnAl Tlio tire, after burning a few feet, went out, too slow in making" up his mind uo on,invonr Then wiiy I quickly RO I iur treeje, 1 is loa pure : qnc&Uon ns folow8'jNow ; : I
removed Flor.1a
if. .'. .. tr: Having lo Monllcpll" will and did not ignito the powder. The there Is nothing 'tho
4000 dry nliwiirc. that ,
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> good work wo will bo with in To i aprclOllt the craft no puzzles
continue the I'mctiee of Medicine In nil Acute nnd ; yon llIvnO
.t It 1 .U .I..-. .. .. ..... ...i..... .. fiO 00 Chronic DiseiMM. He bo found at nil hours, d.'ick is ours in perfect condition. Tho ma- less than thirty days.!! Wo nro with The cea-hlnl shill shriek .n diimml (farewell, radical Republicans: so much as thadifitcul. # 9
you
tuny
I 1" .:>. .. ...100' 00KUU when not prnifeeii.iinllsnl.ent,,, nt bin residence, on chhicry in the shops is,. also perfect ; .the now( in heart nnd feeling, nnd ready to As yo '11.1 o'er tho waters, your uXI.I..lt to tell.Svoolicurt !iy the South will have in their 1:estimation,
knj Leg*] Notices to t>. chnri cJ the the Soiith-west corner ;.r the Public Square! Wc t cutting cia few belts being the extent! of with for But -....... in raising rcvomio to carry on" their '
fight cause-! government.
AdrerR. or 1
: Mme nt trnn clont >nt you yon. your
cm< $ n .
1'-.. rpt of Col. ninekbnrn's Hotel. .' f the damage: :\ inflicted on it. The stores of ; "! War. Did it ever to them1that!
for Tennessee
r. ; 'Notice of Dismission;! $Administrator, for :: is our cause, my word it. OCC\I'
FehrIlRr18Ih,1860.
which the charge alikll b.-J: .. ...- 1 0 00 I-ly costly! timbers that it has been the' work of \\ ill never turn her back upon you all.- Ohl I .denr, 1t', ehnnipfiil, t dot.Inre, ten per cent on this one article'of export

.,.. dvcrtiseraonU liunded In for publication,not uppcIfyinif 1\. CILOMEOPATTTC. :U'Cnnt*,'1'I'D. years) to accumulate are all 'safe. Fifteen Her sons are ready and willing to die on i To lunko I Iho nu'ii nil po, duly, would raise on $250,000,000 $25,000-
the numliorof ortion9 to be published hundicd ,pieces of the finest ordnance in of In less than An ." till forbid aal, tbar>{()J [Id accor Ounce with uboro : P II T SIC I .\ X the woild unhmt. It i is your great: cause liberty. I llhout n single icnu.
are comparatively: ) ten days Tennessee will have ( men "tin CI n a pound on the entire coUcn cl'or-
25,0(10
ale., .. ,1Irolltit'ellol ]7or tla. I Vi'e lute wo thl'l brnve true
___ ____ July 10, 18J; np9-ly true the givatcr number of them were in the field nt Gen. Davis1: command 1t nnd And, would not urge I 11..1). rtnj-, Then suppose the South"shoulll conclude
h' spiked, but then the woik wr.s so clumsily twice that number it wanted. If yon should But \lint 11'0 \e poor girls to do, to lax the pl'olllel1 ot tho free NOlthel

... ; Business 'da ds. n. W. TAYLOK, M. U. T. M. PAtMCK: M. n.I performed( that the spikes for the most hear anything in a li.dn'g, that sounds: When they nro nil away ? States tCllll'cent. and tim shoes, hats

4 ." >rs. Tn'lor.I"ulmer, part can bo removeditliout tho least: liko'nn onrthmiake\ don't bo nlnrmcd, for it Wo told them \I could fpnre them thcrp nlt! other iml'orl from" the free Stales east

". Itloiiticcllo' ( llousc.9> Jfontivcllo, Florida, -. Somo of them can be picked will only bo Tennessee 1 going honth." Itcloio they had to pn, tht Allegheny mOlltain ten per cent.,
: out with the linger Forty two were tin- .Jfitiitffoniery th'crtiser.I Hut l hlc.s their henrt. we ,'erl't.I"ltr'!, yicJ nt lenlt $2,000,000.rnom-o.

',W. M.- HUMPHREYS., PROPRIETOR :{TC..nl.lnlle 15lh 1859.tf: Prnotleo* In Co .Partnership.ly J 3Jliireh spiked yesterday i I the UOUI''O of an hour. ..........-_-_- '1 lint wo tlu'iii wOIIIII.In them,. 10.Womlm Then nn duty on nil other imports

---- Tho .shipping destroyed-.except the The Work of a Century. Kill trnlh ni ever ninny nut.wnys from all other puts of tho globo woXiId

I ..t'flGPtTRCttASEIIT1iC" A Dr. nobcrt Scott, Merrimachicli' w is n I first elms frigate, '. One hundred years ago, (there was nol a The greatest" I Ihlnu n c tube them for, make nn income of $10,000,000 'more-
U..f.ol'or Col. Blackburn,,. IV1 OYEB. [OITtCF.t.t.o, FLORIDA, neaily new-was ot'no great value. The single white man in Ohio, Kentucky, Iiuli. I,.ticimig IH nl>out. $UOOOOOOO in nil. The South i Is: rich: in
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tdlidcil to l It have cpiitluiuij.-the patronage have al-m bought' a lot of t f OTor( lit.\* Prufodviiiniil> 3m Ices to the citizens 1'enn-j Ivnnin is no Jo*!e, us! ev?r) body "knows.: ana, or( Illinois Territories. Then, what is Sundnyp'' hen w e RO to church nil the rcsou.'ccs: : that go to make tho

C; ''h.W f.irniturii, which will n.ld .to the comfort nndeonranleuoe of :Monticclln nmllulnlty., Tho l'J1InllllthJ'nl'it:11l: aiinfe. Dolphin I had( now the most flourishing. part of the United 01 We look In\\iiin for KOIIIOToiiiiMl wealth and power of grent nations: ; and

: of nivcileoH, Myt ible will nlvnyi :March 1. 1IU CmVm. been condemned Mln : worthy.( Tho :Slates! was ns little known ns: tho country n', mntllng ..I the poieh, can easily, within its present terrioYI support

,V' ,*supplied! with tho best the market can ulT"rJ.Mireli2It1i \ S. I>ilw-orlli, Ocrmantown, though;; old, was: a I flnoJ'i ig.Ue. around the Mountahs of time Mooii. It And nnk to BIO in linmo.Au two hundred millions of ..
: 18M' ly She however bo raised <\ thfii, \\n nm't onlnj' ulk, ... .. !
can: easily : as: can not until IT 00 that the hunter of Kenlucky 1 .
A T T 0 U X K V AN- I 1) COUJCMU.I.Oll AT LAW, Wi -. I bonnxnnvo Rono,
"FLORIDA HOUSE." .1rlItlcllo Florida nil the others, ithout any great expense. the gallant and adventurous Uoone Tor hlI 11110 I ( IIDO plain Ulk,) Stom'TI )OS ouowixu our OF THE WAR.Our .
Tho Pennsylvania i:! utterly destroyed. his become \ /tlilt. people should themselves'torKnlrl'lin
in North Carolina
WONTICELLO .' FLORIDA., left home to \\ o niiiHt IOI'I l\l'pnro
I rlLL practice III UK C..III."r, tin :Mi.l.lla] Circuit The others were burnt bill)' to llio" water's: the first settler in Kentucky I and entluramico.Ve cannot
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C. :BLES3, ProprietorfrMIt <.f Fliiildn.nud' In the ]iJistrlet Court! of( edge, having been pret'iously sunk. The Tho (fir'-t. of Ohio did, not settle Hut hate, time lite of talking. thus, the duration of the war, but it wo are tel
lionlO' We'll to lieeoiitent.And
? HomuUntlll\ koptopun fortho nceommod; the United StntcMarch try ? tiered nil Ihnt hold dear is lost.Vo
I'lvmoiuh burnt at all. .'
wa$ not until after that time. wo
: if I. [
L tinn of !Perm, incut and trin ._ .ud the proprietor. pti'tfully iltclt4 n .!ire of ..rwo.l1icel'1'0) : undo! piifoners this: A hundred, )'C\1: ngo, Canada belonged A iiu'Mngo limy lioirnt.And \ hhouU turn our attention nt onco to
".1tton"- t2f -''' nvcouuta will La kept during ('. G.. Fife morning, Commodore! Honors!::: of the Navy; to France, and I tho holo population' of the I tlinl'H ono voinfort any wny, rai-ing cveryJiing that will suppoit man

thn prrwnt yvar a i it'll linpaiitblo to kop up a I'''. TTO CNEY AS D COV. NSKM.OR! AT LA W, and Capt.' Wiighi::: of the Kiiginrcring Corpsof United States dEl not' exceed a million nnd Tor IhulIlh) wo tire njuirt, amid leastVo must be fed nt home, as
tAIl on tho crfllt system.January tho Army. 'I'heycre much frightened a imaltofpcople: '111'0 I 10 r.'o.,1 \hy WO. nmy we lilly be cut of.from nil other supplies.
Jfontittllif[ Florida. Not tu .
Bth1861. 47-ly /(' when brought( ashore, fearing tho uolonco .' A hundred\ ycars'ago, tho great Frederick "lolllll.t hl'll.t Not o'ily bo fed nt home, but if

April 12. 18li\\\ ly of tEe mob which iiittnnlly: surrounded of was formii'g those great \\',Irani It mny nit t over coma the war 1It- for some years, we may havoto

JWlJ: ]]) [}(J @ lliJ f ItaKxcll .\: Peeler, them., lImit )being placl'll111 lt'r tho iotection 11'ISi made: him, immoilnl in inili- We Tunny wnnt, wnilike lo eee our h..I.Southern. liauicsHi'curodln ho 'lothcllJlt home. Let mothers, wives

w : MADISON, FLO1UDA. Attorneys nt Law (f: fiolicltorti In Chancery/ of a ompnny soldiers, they were tar)' annals: nnd with his little, monarchy: I jM-neeful reet. and sisters prepare to clothe Iho"men nnl

\: JOHU L. MILLER, . Proprietor, T\f.L.\II.\s."lIm. nonir, taken" to the (icncral's headquarter. at this was (sustaining a single handed conldt nithIlnssia But Ifll.Ilnnd"r, I those wo lore, children. *

NOW Ol'E.V: to the puldlc, nnd the Pro pr.u-tloy: in I the Siiprriiie' Court o the. hotel-the \th\lIlic-withoat. any demon- Austria: amid FI'nnl'etho three great In freedom's" OIUIM' hill.1 How, Such necessary article. n* Icgl'QII0CI
,I8: WILL ht ration ot uuleiiee insult on the ol Wlih I fi'i'uint, t ti'iiM$ I In On.III\.c! 'id clothes !
or
priutor pprtfully fa.noliciMu. \ nlwra .f putronn l..h''n' the ITnttnl, Mntri liMrlt-t\ Court part powers of Europe combined. n ngllcull'ul: implements negro
:('". t57 uII.3 Home It nituaU-.l on tbu olreif 'for lint Northern. I linlrct! of I'loiMi' nod I In I the Circuit the citizens. A hundred tho United Stales Wo I.J 4I1ij[ Ilwl',1 gll hnls, nll n ('ollsill'I'nllo lint of such thing

leading from tlie \public) iqunre! to tho Railroad! depot.NovetuUr \, 1'ourt! of th) Mld.lKami Wwli-rn. ('Circuit They now hove: the initilegc of tho hotel were time most)'l'arl ago: of the ]Hri'.Nh Kmpire : And we will ttnleh thom no they go, will 111,10 home. The sooner .
loy.il part t.
17, I860. 40- >-()tflco I In the !State the Attoriiev .
tlJ Cnpil'd\ nl.ln.ite\ thriii their ,
And i-horr attention
ienornlV i tttltai1. on their ptirulc. 'I 1 hI'll'lIoll1eo the and oil the political horizon no speck on wuy our turn thel' to them. -
pcoje
Hluill I lie their
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Ohas. M.: Vest Tlt'DMASIlVI.T/.r.I.I( : ,. A. J. rUULCR. ,1t'slI'lIl'Ii"n of the property\ \ M baiburuns: : indicates: tho slriifrglo which within a ""'01'0 liur in ins noundi'd, eore 1..thll'lllll.WI.I tho -

LittoCliti-flii"tteaS. C. and vandal ; but wiy they I wero obliged of years I llie-real'ier/ cslablished: the great Oht t lftli,.eummi ofiiiullifrii, ( mil, :We ought to indnlgant to those who I I
-l>KAt.En IXPRBVISONS XnrcinVvr, 8th, 11460 89.lyAV. obey. the orders ot their' gO\'l'1 eminent. !rcpubliu; ol tho world., for fi'4'edom's, ,'IIU.I,inutt lie, owe us! and wo ought to' pay one another .: 1

&; GROCERIES GENERALLY They declare that the utter! demolition of. One hundred ) their was but 11.'r duiiKlil>'rn.U im denrer boOm, as far ns possible.We :
L that'could bo removed Thiiu I l.y tlielr ,1.1" I In .. nnd the furui- ;
T.vr.LAUAbSKf: I'LOIUII.A' .\. evert1iimig not was: four newspapers\ in America( : ;jht earn engine ... \ must protect succor "
L L orJors; accompanlcil by tho CASH:: will\ II. ELLIS, in their orders and but; for tho appruhensicii I ha.llot: I been, imagined, and railroads: anti \\'Io-arc-. In\iclri-it- r tics oi those who go to fight our battles. 9.e. f

meet with prompt uttcntiou hU ccr\li-e t I.> the citiien ..f J..ft'.r..11 ot nn iiiunut.i.ilc: attack by mi over telegraphs: had not entered into the remotest Tho Southern people tlc have not in nil theircontrovorny -*.-*. "

7 Jua Iflth 18' O. 13 ly. OFFERS: ., lIa II tjind, Surveyor uml, I'lottur. l'o\I''rillg force, the 1'011I111111110111.1 Imc conceptions of mm maim: wilh the North claimed t ::: of errors Of time press, Sir. 1
; r"Spf'ul.ill
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M.iticcllolatcli. : 2. 1811 l. 8 :Rm been carried out to the lettemIt was in wo come to look back through ( any- in his> "Ways and Wortisof
\rh(1 of their amid the )
thing oiils'ulo I ovvn, coot-
SRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING. --- ----- contemplation to ruin time dry! dock, thu iho villa: of history, wo Inllthnt limo ecutury mon"h'I'I'hol' \\c do iu>l wish thc Forts Men' of Letters," "col\c1ntion' ho,bad

.3co1,1. o. Tay1.or, J. IJ. COLLINS, machine bhops mid other f>ucluros, and which has passed: h\l: beel allotted' to ,, in the ubolilion States. with n printer.' "Ucally. said. the printer, 'i

.t IbltM'ii" OJ:1L::: ILA0 AGIST: rem whelm everything in ono coniinoii mill.-- morn important events, in thl.i' bearing or Wo public have property Ill. war with them vchave "gcnllcman shonllot place Biich utiliiuitcil 3

//" ONTIXUIH to enrry on the .lM>ve bnnlncsntnrVV iALABAMA NSURANCE COMPANY, lint this )plan could not bo carried out for upon) lh happiness: : of llio wOIIllholl, almost : il'eo po ( of their leiiilory.We ; : (.' il dour lutrd- -

all Its branchen nnd wll be I'luu..J receive I OF :SJOXTJOMURV( ) want of tlllll.ccilcllt precipitated mil any other which has! elapsed since ore.iti'jn. IIal10l110 ill\liol nnd worked and half-blinded, rr\lcr of'Irdot.;
rights nowst.1.
portion work of donelsi the piitronnijci n. good: ,I ol'le.of the
by anyone In the .SiAte I Knllro: ..itl.factioa Cnpitil,. .. . .$:\\roI10' Marine: named Myers! "knowing'* ha'uis : : *iJ 1'0 iw. I5y rnilec ono poet through'n II.1icl'OII .
i U suarantced iu every cue, and Kork doiio onrwk CIIJ.ltllll'ui'l I' in. .. .. .*I III.roCHI: t ( ( ) lo take ]>lice: and not wishing to be cairied: ) '-.... Buti wngelllgnin/t jM'int, 'Jndi'ud and what wns Limo I.tan-
i:; II. Min-CALK. I w. C. JJIIilJ Pvce'*. whom w this I war'amm.t! tuo' S'lii! C'f n. }.
"onnbleterni' Soc'y. oil' with hit: CColllpallK"t lire lo the bar-: COIIClilIled the JiIItId ...hV line f"h\rh., the poet intciulcii'lo"s.iy .
5f U.II\ likrwHfl sRi'cl'lntonJ, Ihe IlIuLlng March, IHHI.._ 4 lySr. racks! before( the appointed' ; time, nnd i'n- < '<'/il"I.-The SfZII'J ,': .journals (lu teo? The 1itotui State Journal answers '3ce tin ': I maityr iu ft
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brick.Feb. ,0
.id burning. 4th. SAO.of /MyAXI "I'U'I'.Ol'ullclIl". ,dcavored escapo ill the eoimfliih,,,. ] |Ic I :alI growing nervous nbonl, time ponieshion : of fire ; inslvn'l' r-!::: <,''o nia t .. MUTi't'dud, but was sl.ot:1t.: I several( times of time federal capilnl. Thu Southern \ n. people who have never ceased within
'111: LONG :";'WIOX will romiiieiirc (the 7lh 'See tho mtit-tyrwU/s: ( os
.' : dO PQ WLox'ob.t : : : i [ .:day of January, 181)1.) eel cloie the last or \\hilctscalinglhcuall. This circumstance" i "rebels( we aiv told,II thl'cntcl it ici1IJ', our history i to di.ilmb tho p'acc nail cmtetot say Of pale the Mllhr iho -
: Jlrc? course
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July. creating: a lack of confidence in their own 1u,1' iteu'] in short the Government by"every form ot nnconhlilnlional t'C\'lowerl
::1\4: T c.i1cx: ;: a t1it'; to' llri\e out I most of blunder so entertaining to their
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tYr: Inntriii-lion! nnd niwlpllne' t tlioroiili.lT ( I men, :and fal'in11\ attack (from M ithout, '..eld\ ". ,$ till his '{ That malignant: anti fanalicnl domonstration.
U UEVIEUIXIuilc Th* U-wt iif 1'111.11'.1\ IJ ng Itiir Rooim, uIOWCI'I. In every'war waged by our i readers and time poor' "cnlleman was Ic'erhcm'd
Rculr Ciolliliiff Billiard/ huluoiu or'I'<'o.I'11i1. 1JlcoU'rllll'ru./ ; they di discontinued preparation) for firing t iCY liavo grounds for RICh lenls Now these ofmote iu the of Ht9r \ur9," : '
MWle.1. the buildings, but inarched: tho men York Post (Ucp.) publishes the following government against 11ol.i1 enemy hel ; -

OEXTLEMEN'S ITUXHIHXO noons, Aiii>Uoatonircci.ivvd! at any tin,..,lyit. nbomlthe klips! :ami waited for the tid<\- extract of letter aid, to bo fl'(1"a gen' same; people have cnnl.tel truiiHon, by doiiouiuiiig CTTImo djutanl-ticncral of the State -

4. TALL&HASSEE.FLA. U. till-'sW() 1'llndJ'l1L ThcirI'M property' to the \aluc of scrcl'1I1millions llcman of high iiosition" in Washington : their own goveimncnt, by sym.palhi.ing of K Carolina has: i.s-nicd a call! for
TTE ALWAT.S: keppion !hand Clotln! Cu" Imcrci, ft-9.! 'Hi:! :Sra: sa'e'1.Olli'ers "Tho possession of Limo scat ot government withho public enemy)', nnd by ihiity Ol.tl' llcel' CommisHipns
JLJL Ve tln|;', Fancy Coiitliig" 4e.: ,,Uc1iliaUprepared 1 i-J ippling nnd paralyzing the national n'l nll \"II : 1
andVmiglit the Southern
WHEELER & WILSON'S3MCo.ola.lii.OEi lodgers! were separated by Confederacy nn and arm will bu furnished.> Ito : "lo! :
tn iuak. loorlor.In] a woikumn like: in form thai ingenuity and malignity says
Up from their commands when .
thc take every
: conllngr.ition event most confidently to ill readiness march notice
And the rO'Uoualjle tertna. : : predicted to at day's ;
ut Sevvin.g 1
Mnnfir, on m could devise.> Their last undisguised
.February lh. I860. ly AUK: TUP.\ BKsr, TilE: ciiti.vrj-UT:: AXO TilE wns Marled: and", inshin to the place within sixty days: of 1 and profosacd was open to destroy Ihe.Slave dlillY d.iy and by night ; let the citizens
landing! found communication with vc-nuU: United States Senator told me an anecdote purpose
moit dotratlo .S 4-eiIlg| :Miiehlmnin" uf. ( ll.it. men ; soma of your brothers
: T., M. PI\LMER. JOHXsO.V::; Hilt)) d t Ct)., %gent.... cut otf. They then m.ido; all haste to thu illustrative of the purposes of iho Presidentof States ;! I first cegl'l1din them ti'vmtlHir are nuw in Limo Held! ", The Stale has Bon '

April Sftili. 1SBO. 11 If ,_ I main entrance: \l'lIf'1 when they tho olthe.r Confederacy. lie holds avery cpnntiiulonal C'lu1iy-hy! resti icilg to bo urul of thu II'CI11Ituc6] wilh l which

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL c.-(A. rUI', reached, they : in flames, eligible pew in 'Ilev. II'. llall'u church, them f'onl nny, C&P.IIIMOU ItO any they rallied at the call of your: Go\'cror. ,
anti and
DEALER IY'D OM.MIKSIONEIt- for Xolth Curollnn. In tale ccJcnowI.tl.iiI.IltC I throughil.ich tIny had to uiako their way: and n lady, wihllillN to obtain it, wrote to tei scrvilo finally imoiummmeetion by fomenting) the distinct encouraging The decree fur; our subjugalion has gono i
C at the I risk of their lives Gain" down to ]him that the would give what hcjave for forth time has '
( and priHifj I)<-e.l 40.1In.t; ; time of trial > ; the
core. Low'
'D Domestic: and Foreign Drugs, J pi/tum; IjnJi, de. Jimiiitcroatli, ordffiimition, I the .liver they spued: a boat nnd btailed in it. lie replied, "that so far: from lelinqnishing haired purpose lull avowal of gratify intense ing and 1 1 will soon f110; ;Illht meet it \ith 3:
and tnl d.-iMwllloiid., d:'!. of the but : his I have of \ people inorp ,
o pursuit retreating: fchips, passingtho ( ) pew, ordcl'c.lll hole : time must, bhqvy J
;
Choice riiiuly MeIItiIIe'.. I my bitter than which i is to exi.itin energies Stntt \l
i 47 1
M-intivtUo, Flu
lt..ld"n"e, v any
Poi tsmoulh be allixe-d it
;
ferry landing:: at they WCI'UIlol1.1cJ enslaved plate to to bearing: Illlole.l to time woild) tint, Noiih Carolina wilt
HAm .:KI: "ij01A7J\7 9 G\1'iID I J.UGIIT.. Dr.\Un & co., off by a boat from ,,1101'1.l'hich Imy name." A lady Jurt from Jlonlgomery the infvrual regions. the peo : mainlain her rights at ail hazards.1jrceii ; 1' 'r"

fired on them), and they f'cn: mado for Ferry in taking leave: of Mi s. 1.1iJ. Il ket, pie who now dctcrmino to accoiaUU! by --.5b. :
.Toilet Articles 001 1m] nn ir. flOQA J"XSAlI I time what failed: m '
to
I
The they accompli-'h ,
where I .J.I
Point they were captured. "Aad what must lWOlt a '
I
.
incssiigo you ( Amcucan '
.\\ .\ ULOUUIA.VTM. I Ptmrsoim an preach .
HAIR DYES &o &o. abolilioui/ed, .
PBEFOMERT : utmost confusion, it deems prevailed L; the to lady friend Washington! ?" She through an government. "
lI" tlcello..Ian. 21. 1800- 41-IfGKmsmith MCNAVCIIT, I \v. K. r.KAItl, and all last i your' That man, the tilucn of a slave Stale, cr in the habit 101l'tim(1 of drawing upor -
I vara nil day yesterday, : night I replied 'Tell Ilium I !! IJU happy to i
'. JAMES' OUMAND, | JOHN DKNMIAMSvptrrolMT :: shnl box olsermnon-s him
who banner
himself under the of I beqnealhed lli'
Thu Until in. everybody was' drunk from receive their call at rJiigcn
,
Rouse some )
I 1, 1800. 2'JlyIrms'METALIO iU: >hcr, who was one Jj
Commodore Macaulay: the commandant, two months hence," time tyrant to carry out and accomplish 1 upon
these hellish '(:chign is a iler miscreant occasion got hold ota sermon, by mistake, ''f
MONTICELLO: . I I FLOUIDA. BURIAL CASES down. -.... v
which time old had
than of time Kcvolation who but. gentleman once preachedto' fr
Thu Commodore was so druuk as to bo : TvvKJjTy-Foru Yz.t ii any tory
E. A. 1 EST E It PmwJ'J:1 .0
tho State ,. It opened* m
II'isol"COIITict
chcred ilt-fciicelebS and children!
= of n'1111Iallo remarkable fact that the women ,
t1T.- ;- incapable any duty, buJLorno., -Ii is! a presentbcechiion
> ESPECTFin.LV Inform the and tho homes of the : well, nnd tho congregation were becoming
It 1 Backed helpless.We
the litter. ;ohcer was foieihadowedjiiits : .
.. to ship on a Nearly cery IIO'inl'lt .
a \ zvn of J ffersin thut he bu : deeply inlercsieda\ all at once tboparson
Cltl')1
allow for( the differences of xjilioil!
l t-J 1 U Monti.,.,lb..and prepured to it was reported, was: hating: Ingh-ofj : it has occured in n work called the ] ibedhem with the information .
and for "Partisan Leader ntli ibuled to time of sentiment. We respect the opinions! i>f surpi
'jmiranmund PUtoUIn* kize,constaully un band edo by time. It seems we have a illingfetirx pen
jil*...!r> trWurkarraot..d.. tY'Shor lathe. ALL THOMAS :blMMOXS.Muiitietlln : posed to us, even thoAc filling tho 'higheststations. Judge Upshur of Virginia, who was killed honest men ot any and all pailics.! We that, "had it not been for tho' cemeo.

rw.of Ut buotl'* i>ruj hture. Flu., March U. 18:111.: ly A gentleman arrived here thi.iraorniiig : by the burbling of time }' : /:! In care not whether: man L in favor or a- cy of tho Governor every one I.hiU

'January 28th. 1861. 6 -3m who, with several: others, w as! that work, under tl.tgli e' of a 10\'cl. it gain .t time institution ofl1l"cry: ; but the would have been hung 1]long,time ago.-
Punch.DtsEntEu.
3i'osli Lime. I arrested while! pas.-ing through Washing) was ]professed events were man being 1 citizen of State, ......- F
jOHHSOH.McCAIIII&CUTIieERT : tou, for being:; Soutlieniers, and taken into described. Tho Gulf Slates, it was described who can find it in his heart to aid in theiletruetiomm 0
Jefferson Fla SOtflf.-It i It stated''
., Made in County, !, iho prcbcnco of the august Baboon. I lIe 'had seceded in consequence <>f tho of 1 people who are vindicute. TO THE '
TO of
6UCCESSOU3 thai of rank and file lie
the
from Iho facts of twenty : -
President and by army
declares that Liucolu was so drunk that he flcclion of a Northern 'Virginia wrong lt
j o if a (b :7t, BIRD, & co. The nudursignud of're..h kt-ep' eonrttntly u.l l will firmard; en l.an.llurge tbn could) scarcely maintain Mil Kcat in the chair*, and other order States were aboutfollolillg bidtfeig oftbo.se Inatici who have brought leI, Washington on Thursday' for SlonUgomcrj' -
quantitie Um.* HIUl for time of eul tillg !in IhoSouthtTU
IS' lolut and it ; notorious 'Waahinglon: that suit. An w as made to upon us all our sufluiirig and pnrpcso
DKALE1M l let lUilroftd. to auy ucvea4blv { on very nutonablu was attempt aiictions Tlicso. dt-surlions 'make
; term he had !been in a histe'of Lea tly intoxication form treaties with foreign nations and! free and thmt; help to crusts jhu last army.
pry GOCH}" Fuacj' au l Drc** Goods; Any orderiddreueil} to meatMontlccIb: Florida for mote than tbirty-feix hours. The trade was established which gave the free, is, in our judgment, 'a, base and dotsJIe1siQ an nggregalc of two Jmnijrcd and eiiby. -

Y' Clothing, Ual'J\\-.In'l ,Groceries, will receive prompt attt' tt..n.JOlfN SL RAYSOR. man: i is: soared neatly to 'death and.. few South an unexampled career of prosperity | tool of tpUUI.bo would uot hesitato army from rtcruiu time for Federal time Southern] since they.

Crockery, Gl -sswarei; I3oot<, 'Jt'\1ary-' 9th. taGt'. 82-tfPAHPH1.STS people in that city are in any) better condi The current of events twenty-four years to .commit 'any crime known to the nicut have been stationed there capital l>
oiuiaLfof y
.
Ilats Caw ,Bo6ks tion. ,' later has given these predictions the form dcpratity '. penera
.Shoes" | :
soldiers and How this c cad. Heaven Scot.
AH! yesterday citizens of fulfilled i cts. nfcu bar -- l' '
Watches .o-ot<-
---
Stationery, 408WOtI. were busy creeling batteries on points below <4C33 .l. ns \ilucss, 10 of doubt Ibsui'f
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Jewelry, &c., &c. the city. Ileeenlly, a Virginian, in company our Llil. It is a second war, of fSfm When }'rancil And Jus! wife \vero '

)LmLleello&pruL6u1, .8 tf oi TLe Naval! Hospital ha>* been taken pos. uilh Uobert Quid, the District Attorney, ; sn.} Southern valor will maiuiaiu leaving GaotatU-y actually )jSecara :lockoJin "

i ; OJnO L\ session of, and there the South Carolinians: called on General Scott. 'The Virginiansaid its honor and re-baptizo with blood tho sacred cacli oilier'* arias for.an'Jiour} ,. 4Iy
x.:1very: Sta.. I:1o, bhe said "> answered
cn,
ly
?
emblems of ; Ql
liberty Iing.
Hill llendu, Ulauk l'otn, are to bo quartered: i&mie twenty .fciek :
$ ,1IONTICELT: . FLOUIDA. were in it, who are suffered to remain, "General, I have here in my hand the A future, more glorious than the p&>t, 'lunate young man, "There's aCIt
:El1.an.1.E.s.Cards
.
II. K.'WALKER L.a13c31. and wilt be Irlpetly taken care of. At evidence of Virginia' secession. Do you for 1 realm ofdisentlmm-ulled: Stales, now ("- ode! here," ho cried, pressing bio lij s to Ier.

&c., this point au iron battery i is to l be erect intend to your State?" scored by a douJi"huout ere lung heart ''\1:1tartiqi: =cannot, rob mI ot. .
TTAYNG >urcli4> j (ioiaV, A. laek' lupJrt.
(
k. f | and the offie Gen. pelulanllyrepl'md on tho J' power feeLing Wlf 't ,
.1I; turn tI.e Uftlry ISluhl...r""lItly owe-_ Executed: with uc tneM dJsnatth at ) ed. up very .. _
....d |"y him, will continue t.. vuduct 4e t>u of the"Family Mend' Sand: \ batteries are iu process ofonbtruc. : iul and prosperous FeiK-ratod ICepubliotbatever ?"- A 'from'. tho.couDtfy n'as'
fc tlofor Ilon U"U" Ialr*.l oa reuopuble Unn Coarryncea, witb t- -....e --- and Stripes of country.: 'For frecdout'i battionm. bcguD. walking along.'aud upon lawyer's'C
9r..lul driver furnUbed (u traveler, tu carry (hem No't:1oe.: Sueral: t'nited ,Slates soldiers my- -....-- S l>y bleeding ire W 1 i office 'akedcln and inquired, "Whl% G "

........,. t. any part uf tb. country llume cared fur ty DL'lEtXC mv ab, ...n ". at Vcnwfola.. niy brother went oa a fcprcc i AVoslangton; a few days ;_ Temper is like a sunny day ; its 'l"oeuJ wt<..f.1( *v;,r won. IU you ehl! here f--'IUockh.ea4s: ,
.. Ie 4V .ieut totrewpct.oy
m.eiereteprlve. ALKEJt. yauluoriz
... thiay. tw":5&\.I..I.: ormouth><..lit...a''In.e ntril point U.t rcithf. and aU 11\1.inl. IOY )"'1.alL iiiice, and commenced cheering: ; fur Pruoi- bcJ a brightness over everything ; it is And so it must to Reputations are "replied the l lavrj-cr.-Fretty" have gooj. buSe
two bowie U.-k f( Ilr I..c! '. r..ce. t. }J. \ WALKEK.AprUMb. :. dent I>:a\is.: They wera tent to tl.(: watch ll I e sweetener of! toil sod the soultftr ufli"'i'lictu.ll. to Lo made or forever blighted. The i i the char. 1'0 you SS -

S..r 11110, 1i ,o, Iy I lIi\(. 8 if 1 i wreaths of immortal rcno n are green fur left."
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11'1\\,' ;..J.'Ni, Vt"* #">,'t pi1flt'S ?Iesnge.; fj,,1 a letier of marque' having, '\ro...learnj, day Oen.Owynndedllnem1the'smrv1cesoI r our own responsibility make the foregoing I leriesj:''others ngauT singing;'fiddling} dan 1ieW ''YN W8. '

r ;:.1",., TQOMKR Y, April 20.- .Congress! met tendered his services- to .the Confederate tin eft hundred from Hampton who solicited suggestion to thl!,voluntee s. At present. cln$ jovially though" they werdt.fcn: ''': .t1 ".
j""! O-d at noon;when the Pr sident's Message Government.-. employment on the balteres\and! twicjind I Lincoln has i issued
,. w we know,that.he contemplates no other poBltwnthau4hatjffl gaged in holloday! pastime, instead of.being proclamation! declar
N. Jolt Paris thrice
read. \
2 was Capt. hardly ..ttl".ty'.111)'S that number could be >btaine
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President Davis begins by announcing ago, and states that the feeling of the people : in this city,,and vicinity in < a single day"; private In theranks, called together, to'form at a moments notice i ing the ports of Virginia anti North "ao.\\" ".:b
th6 ratification of tho Permanent Constitu. and government was unanimous in If, it was thought' advisable to' accept: but wo do not believe that hojwould decline ,'to man the guns 'or to rush upon the bOB in a state of4)blockade. "* 1* :

'Uon by all the Confederate States, and that Favor of the recognition of the COli federate, them.! the appointment of Colone!! frowning bastions 'of Fort Pjckensv ,When Six.thousand Texana aro already _com. '- ft(<

: it now only remains for the !1ectknto, be Slates ; also that they would make common This! is true of nil ol them, as far as' we ._ ... .. the nine o'clock bells!! strike,tile retreat is pletely organized as cavalry! infantry :nnd .
held for the designation of oflieera to, administer cause with us, and that England would not. have heard both slave and free. We *' "
: re The Florida Convention. sounded on hundreds of drums, nnd ns Ii artilleryt; nd, ready to ofFer ,theb'i ,. eryicetoPresid'nt .'
.
it. hesitate to recognizo-us'Rlao( at soon as our peat whrft: we said on the 5th of July 1056: This \
body adjourned on Saturday nigh the stillness of Jiath'seem!\, to Davis..8Jt4: '
made [
lie says the declaration of war by- commissioners should arrive. The best and. the most steadfast 'friends 01 ceases per
Abraham Lincoln against this Confederacy' ...... 'f the! Afiican, whether here or on his native, last, it is to be hoped, sine die. We have vado the camp ;' an hour later the guns lire'lignin It is! eported: that Andy Johnson,-:.sincb1:

rendered it necessary to convene Congress, [From tbs Mobile lighter' ] 7/ shores, are the people of the South." 0 The not beenablo to procure the journal of tapped tho fires :are put lout, and ref.jl-ning! to his hOpe! ? 1 MjiTennessecJ1; :: has "\

that they might doviso measures for the A Band of for Northern a ohn Plunderers Brown Raid.Preparing North will make nothing by its liberating its proceedings, but understand that in darkness ntid silence reigns! supreme, sate expressed desire. to .d e.: 'We 'hope' he ,,. *

), : ,defense of the country. ft armies. addition to the "ratification of the 'permanent when now'and then the lantern of the relief will be allowed) to do. l it. .lie ts said to 't byjiariianyin8anej \ '
The President then reviews at length the ..We received tho letter .
following by, yesterday's : --
relations heretofore existing between Ithe Constitution 6f tho Confederate States, guJ.nls flicker like fire flies, or the sen- .1f""t,-. >); *
mail. Wo do iho
7 States, and the events which have resultedin : not know wl.l.tel' Hie; Im\\\h ri ixttJ" it amended, in scyfial 1 particulars, time 'try hails some luckless wight, who; has tarried ,A report is current,' which;, is .believed'
Ins
who gives name in a private note ; \\ ; )
the present warfare. Referring to ,tbe State Constitution, repealed: a number of too long beyond the lines. that Chief{ ,:.JusticecTTaney:? ; "Justices*.

.: result of' the mission of the Commissioners I but aski us not to make it public, a*, it it the Acts adopted by the last Legislature, -u.... Campbell ami.Wayne of tho:,Supremo,

to Washington, he eays-"The crooked' were known, "neither my life or my prop- divided the State into two Congressional tirOu the 1st in st.., P. A. Stockton, ol Court of thefrnitedSt'ates i ,. 'have:'reeign- f
path dipjomacy can scarcely furnish nn oiLy : bo safe here. .- < '
-. may disti.ids and appointed an election to beheld Quincy,- telegrnpbed to Tallahassee : A em. :
4 example so wanting in courtesy, in candor Whether the information it contains is .2w'' ; -
and directness, as was tho course of the in October for Congressmen, appro man by the name of.Blood- land pirate, Frank Blair says that Marylancl shall be

; United States Government towards our true or false it docs 116 harm to publish it printed fourteen thousand five hundred do!. passed through here last Friday,giving aid a free State, if e'eri"wLit. ni6. it baa to

Commissioners." and be fore-armed if it should prove true. and comfort to those. deserters from Pen S
lars, to aid in the] erection of a telegraph! be destroyed. ,M&v
The President incidentally refers to the We shall be happy to accept tho offer 01 hero bemused the in t. / :
line from Tallahassee to Baldwin, and accomplished sacola. While most Two men, one from,South Caroline! and
I prudent caution observed by the fleet off oar correspondent to furnish us with fur :
] the Southhewill '
Charleston during tho bombardment 'of many other important feats, suiting language' against one a citizens of Wasbingt6iare; couieI'as ...
ther information and his
Fort Sumter, and high compliment Johnson gang quite unnecessary to enumerate! at the pres. need the attention of your citizens.- prisoners in the Capitol for being: BCCCSsionists. .
pays will get a warm reception if they ventureon This Blood hails from Massacliusetts "" -......
$ to the South Carolinians for their forbear cut time. When the dark clouds of strife man : : .
before their heroism and the threatened enterpl" sl'. Rope, as audis an old blue Federalist. Why resolution.was'ad the
knee during, have been dispelled, and the Confederate A pteI1 by Virgin.5a .
their magnanimity after the bombardment.. well as powder and ball, are in store* for "Flat Jiutitia mat Codum." States are allowed to assume their position did not the citizens Quincy draw Blood's Convention, .inuting! ; 'Presideht', I Davia *

t;: been The sent President to England says,commissioners France, Russia have and: them SUOFIERK: WISCONSIN 18. r. R. riLDKS, Editor.Monticello ns! a peace-loving nation-when our hide l blood and suite and the Southern. Congress, to'
1801.
k April "' 9'" '
/Belgium, to ask our recognition as a memo Editor Itcgisteri Dear Sir-I have just pcndencc is conceded by the North, and g" The very best resolution that: was comet. Rhmond.Governor .

ber of tho family nations, end to make come in possession of reliable information : tho sword is laid aside, then the acts of brought before the :Florida Convention, at L'oteher;)has received offers

treaties ot amity and commerce. Ho recommends of a i 1.lot. which,if carried. into effect! would .. ... this convention will be overhauled, and we its recent session, for the consideration 01 sixty-five thousand''troops from" this"

the appointment of other diplo. surpass anything of the kind yet.heard of, doubt not, they will prove a prolific subjec 'State.. "'
introduced
said learn
SATURDAY
matio agents. MORNING MAY 4,1861 body, we are happy to was
the John Brown raid not exccptcd. Ai: for discussion. Secretary Chaco has directed the collector
The Confederacy,through Vice-President expedition is In Contemplation here, the .. .. by ..Simon'Turman, Esq., Editorof Boston : clearance
at to to
,"grant no
k STEPHENS, has concluded n convention object of which is the lawless invasion/ of: ADVERTISEMENTS MUST BE HANDED IN BY tho Tampa'Peninsular and n delegatefrom any
Muster Roll of Volunteers.We .
with which that NINE O'CLOCK, THURSDAY MORNING. Jefferson vessel south of Maryland! until further, or.
Virginia by common.
the Southern States on tho John Brown Hillsborough: county. It was, in effect
wealth. has united her and fortunes are under obligations to our young 'dered."
power ; A : of about cleven'or twelve
plan. gang the Convention itself into
:with us. The President has satisfactory hundred<
assurances tha other Southern States will part of Illinois and the southern part of! meals, in their proper place. plea, cd to !sec, occupies n position in Col. military company' and march to Pensa. Baltic touched Jast week 'at Tortugas and
3 coon lunito their fortunes with ours. ......- cola, for the of aiding in the
Wisconsin, under the leadership of a desperado Anderson's Staff,) for the f following correct purpose cap took offt\venty-two belonging to-
Most of the Executive Departments of! by tho iiamo: ,Johnson, (I think 7"Mr. Sadie has again returned to ture of Fort Pickens. The resolution was negroes
the Jefferson Volunteers
roll of
muster County citizens of Florida. Tho had;
; :the'Government are in successful operation, his is who formerly negroes ;
given name Joseph) ) was Monticello, and is now engaged taking laid the table.
.andthe: Postmaster-General will soon be a resident Arkansas. lIe was ordered life-like now at Pensacola. upon, _ .. .._ been employed in working about'\tho forts..
[
Mr.
ready to assume the direction of postal to I have that State some six months pictures' at Humphrey's ho- orrtcERS. B5PCol: G. T. Ward! was elected by the Tha Northern1 troops are..defacing the
-affairs. since by the Vigilance Committee tel. lIe willrewain but a short time, so i if T. B. Lamar, Captain ; '
.
on account State Convention, a delegate to the Montgomery Capitol at WasTiington '' and very much.)
In conclusion, -congratulates the Con. of his abolition proclivities, and lie you wish to have work done, call upon Mill W. 0. Bird, 1st Lieutenant: ;
Congress to fill the caused mutilating its stucco and greasing tho walls..
,
vacancy
:' federacy on the patriotic devotion exhibit. has volunteered to lead an expedition against immediately, Sec Lis advertisement Win. Scott, 2nd "
ed by its people. Men of high official and the South Oil that account. ....... R Turnbull, 2nd by the resignation of Col. J. Patton Anderson These troops ore quarterec in the fine Committee -

social! position and wealth ares] serving as The plan of operations is as follows-: a r- The Station G. T. Maxwell: 1st Sergeant ; who i is now in command of the rooms. *
volunteers, in the ranks : rail\v ay companies: Five or six hundred men will meet at the Depot at 3, on the P. 'V.V Tucker, 2nd Florida Regiment, "before Fort Pickens. Several arrests of persons have been

liavc'been liberal in their rates of transportation place of rcndevouz in Kansas: somewhere & Gco. R. R., was moved up to the Junction 'v. L/bonnis) 3rd II 4 I .. made. and families are leaving Wasington.

.ot troops and supplies,. and ham near tire mouth of the Po\\nee 'fork of the Wednesday last. This change will J. D. Turner, 4th [Advertisement' ] Among the' compelled to leave
proffered liberal terms for the transportation Arkansas river. Some three or 'four of the be of vast advantage to tho road, as there J. DcLaughter, 1st Corporal ; A CARD.CLt.fOY pci-sons
of the mails, and received the bonds. Alex. Fcnncll, 2nd the city i is Daniel Ratcliff, a prominent
will
tend ,
to Pike's Peak will
proceed todrum bo
CIS of twelve
} a saving miles in
daily FL l
%., Apiil 20, 18B1.
2 of the Confederacy in compensation. A what additional recruits Thos Cuthbort, 3rd lawyer.
they can:
up
., people thus united and resolved, cannot there. They will then return to the place, : the running of tho Monticello train, and at T. V.' Cle.lI, 4th To the Editor of the Family friend; Some of the Government employees at

fail of final success. Wo feel that our of rcndevouz, and take up their line of the same time, be no dimiuition in the bus. PRIVATE. Dear Sir-There has happened circumstance -: the Navy Yard have been arrested having

cause is just and holy, and protest solemnly march: to tho frontier of Texas, where they iness of the road. Wm. D. Bellamy, James Martin\ in our neighborhood, that is creat. been detected in bomb-shells with
in the face of mankind that we desire! ; hope to stir the Indians to hostilities! and! ... ..- John Bender, I JohnIofl'is\ deal of excitement and I loading
ing a good as
at sacrifice,save that of honor and carTime uJ effersoll Guards," (Cavalry) ; saw dust and sand.
peace any with their aid they intend to carry c/n the 'v. W. Blackburn, A. it\!. May\ ,
;: -independence.: We seek no conquest, no work of plunder in that section. Capt. Paitridgo; the uJ cffurson Rifles," I 13. A. Brown, W. J. Moore\ understand that certain' persons are trjingto The Lung Bridge over tho' Potomac at

aggrandizement, no concessions from the The object of the expedition is that of Captain Girardeau ; and Captain Bird's Wm. Bazcmorc, Samuel Neeley, connect my namp indirectly with it, I Washington is guarded on the North .side
.free States. All ask i is to bo let alone wish as an act. of justice to an injured man
we
I'lun..1cl'--or. in other Theo. Turnbull James ,
words they are n set Company Volunteers,-assemble in this Noeley, by Federal troops! and on the South by
: and tthat none shall attempt our subjugation of land pirates, who will endeavor to advance J. D. Cooper, Sam'l Prohser, you would publish this in the next issue of
'by arms. 'I'his0 will and must resist. to town to-day, for drill nnd tho transaction Virginia troops.
their own pecuniary interests under W: II. Cooper, B. J. Porter, your paper.
: the direst extremity. Tb.o moment this the present distressed condition of the of important business. A. B. Clayton' Columbus Porter, It appears that :IS Dr. W. J. hines was The New York Seventh Rciment declare f

... pretension is abandoned the swcrd will country. They intend to commence operations It is supposed that the "Rifles"( will today C. S. Clayton, W m. K Russell, returning from Madison\ C. II., on Saturday that:! they will not invade the South, in

drop from our grasp, find we shall be ready about the tenth of May. The other authorize their Captain to tender time J. I). Carter, G. T. Rogers, : evening last, there was a most diabolical consequence of which they are looked
Center into treaties of amity and commerce of the intend to J. E. John, attempt made, by some person or persons .
portion company carry on services of the Company to the Confederate Cope-land, Shelling, upon with suspicion }by the Administra.
mutually beneficial; so long as this their operations some vv here along the west II. C. Cannon, J. B. Seale-y, to murder him. And some designing
.( pretension is maintained, with a firm coa.>it of Florida.. : I have not been able to Army. It is a fine Company, and under :Silas: : Coakcr, John Stewart: persons have circulated a report that they tion.The
reliance on that Divine Power which covers ascertain the exact i place operations of this the lead of its gallant Captain' would per. T. J. Divine, llillery Stanley, believe that the attempt was made by W.II. Seventy-first New York Regiment

C a with its protection the j\m\ t cause, we wing of tho company, but I have found out form noble service for the cause ot the Wilson Dogg'n: J. C. Smith Askew, and that I had prompted him quartered at Inauguration Hall revolted on

will continue to struggle for our inhert'nt this much : they pie fitting out a vessel in South. Tho "Rifles" number about fifty A. A. Ellenwuoil, Robert Sharpe', to do it. This is false as hell. I never account of bad quarters, and had to be removed -
4 right to freedom independence) and sell Boston-they wIn clear from this port and J. Flowers< M.\ T. Slu-pard, prompted any man to !shoot Dr. limes.I .- -
men, can.very easily, wo arc assured, to tho Navy Yard.
government. with a load of ice, and. as' BOOH as they get Thos. J. Graham, Robert. Slides ( understand that ho was: shot by some
... .. to sea throw the ice overboard and repairto be increased to seventy-live. 'Vo will publish I>:lIIil'l Graham, J. C. Summcrlin 0110 on the roadside, but. have not heard A man named Boyd was shot on Island

:! Capacity of Ue South,to Peed Itself. Florida. tho muster roll next week. John.1. Gill, Henry Thompson, particulal's-only the wound was not dangerous Washington, on account of his having expressed -

., a._.... The proceedings had by Captain Bird's Thos. 1\[. Gillette J. M. Turner, but. painful.) Neither did I want Southern sentiments. lie wan

A great error that. the Republican presses Money for the Navy. Company) of' Volunteers, on tho 20th tilt., James Holly, :\\I. E. Turner, Him shot or murdered in any other way.- called out of his bed at midnight and shot.
t are now instilling into the Northern Wo are authorized by a patriotic:\ gon Berry l Horton II.H.Whitehurst I never had any quarrel or dispute of any
aio given in another column also the On tho 28th
ult. Gen.
.mind is, that the South has not the capacity tleman of intelligence and high standing, as James Houk, Henry White, kind with Dr. hines! ; I wished, him well Harney was ar.

: to feed itself. They find it straightened Thomas county, to say that ho will boone muster roll of the same Tames G. Hill, 1I.V'. Walker, and would not have injured him in any Vay. : rested by Gen. Carson of the Virginia

: for food! at this time, and, therefore, conclude of one thousand citizens in tho Confod-, It is reported) that the IIJ efl'erson Guards" "'m. Jacobs, Jesse 'Walker It is true\ that I do not feel as kindly towards Army commanding at Harper's Ferry..

) that such must always bo the case, il crate States to give $1000 for tho building. will enteitaiu proposition to-day, to dismount .. James Jenkins, J. E. Walker, him as I once did, but this was owing lie was at the time on his way to Washington "

.. cutoff from Northern supplies. Tho severe of a navy for iminmcdiate] 'service. Time amid tender their services to the S, KiUrcll, \V. J. Walker, to a difficulty between him and his son under orders. lie came willingly
drought/ last summer is the cause of the suggestion has been made that subscription Confederate Colin 1\[. Kyle: John K. Williams; and my friends, R. A. Ilardco and T. J.llardcc. .
-.,' scarcity of food at the South. Kansas is lists be opened in the various ncwspa Army as an Infantry Compa C. II. Kyle, D. WillhmsJr.E. I did not believe) that Dr. limes to Richmond under an escort of five officer'

Buffering from the same cause. The North per offices throughout the South for this fly Tho Guard,," number upwards ot Jharlcs Lynn, 1". Warren, was disposed] to treat tho Hardens with of thu Virginia Army Majors Nelson and

; ern part of Ohio, a few years ago, suffered purpose, in order to afford\ opportunity to sixty; men, and they are all impatient to be'off Dlniell\h'Duflie\ W. W. Wynn, justice, and I declined employing him; any lolllI. Captains Kinny and Ilolliday, and

:: from a like cause, and so severely that cattle /fill who desire to subscribe money for the to tho wars." C. E. McClellan\ John Washington. longer as my family physician. But'th(" the Marshal of the staff. Major Nelson

died for wantof provender. No part, immediate construction of ships of war to -_... .e. Tho last named gentleman joined the was nothing to murder a man for. In fact, commanding the escort. Gov Letcher and
of our widely extended country is exempt protect our commerce and drive the Abolition To Travelers Dr. Hines and myself have always passed '
from snch a calamitous visitation. To show fleets from the blockade of. our harbors. We are requested to state, for till> benefit Company in Alabama. each other in a friendly manner. I have Council held a meeting and released Gen.

that the South can produce the ai tides .-Thomaiville! Enterprise. of the traveling that a. e.. sold Dr. Hines corn since this, and on one llaruey by.advice ot Gen. Robt. Lee-'and
sustain in .. .. : public, : through Front I'ciisncola. occasion ho took dinner with
2. necessary to a people war, we me, at my Commander Maury. Gen. Ilarney express-
have made the following exhibit from the RESIGNATION OF COMMODORE' MAURY. tickets from Monticello\ \ to Savannah or Col. Harvey Brown, says the !ontgom.ery house, although we passed more coolly than es Southern sentiments. He left for

census table of 1850. And it is only necessary The resignation of such IIn' ollicer as Mall 1'\' Charleston: can be obtained at tho !on. Confederation, who now has commandof formerly. Now why Dr. Ilinos or any
and it is
for the South to double these figures, wilt carry moral weight in favor: of the ticello Hotel," at reduced rates. The routeis Fort Pickens is doing everything in other man should conclude that I wanted Washington believed ho will 10

to put under cultivation only about one-half Southern cause throughout tho civilisedworld. by Mr. Mattair's\ line of stages ((18 miles) him murdered! I cannot imagine ; surelynot sign. SIt
.. ,. the number of acres now devoted to Cot There is no Amciican: an' widely] his power to prepare tho soldiers for what:! because of the difficulty betweem him is said that Ross Winans bas purchased -
ton and Tobacco, and devote tho other to known in Europe. Wherever science has: to Station 17, and thence by the Main\ he imagines to be a "hard fight' with our and the Hardees because they are able to and presented to the Baltimore troops

the raising of corn, wheat, potatoes, &c.- shed a ray of light on the globe, there the Trunk Road of Georgia, to Savannah. Its oldiers. lo their own fighting, and they are honora. seven thousand Minnie rifles.

The following are from the census statistics name Maury is as familiar as a household by far the cheapest and most. direct Gen. Bragg a gallant soldier, full ofnerve tile men, and would not stoop] to ossassina-: .
of 1850, of articles produced in the? slaver : word. Kings: onJ Courts! philosophers and route to the before mentioned cities. and and with tion. And my opinion of Mr. Askew is, Col. Loyd, of the Eastern shore of Maryland
States that year : statesmen, have vied with each other in ....... pluck, the sagacity ofa hat he could not bo influenced to commit has subscribed thirty thousand dol-.

Bush"b showering: \ honors upon his head.: The To those Indebted to us. Boaurpgard, is equal to any emergency.lIe a murder by any man. I know that I never tars for the purchase of previsions for the
1;. Corn........ ................... .342,684,847Tfhert extraordinary:! and beneficent labors of We call is watching the movements of tho ene. tried to influence him to commit the -
to
: ....................... .. 27,735.928 for the of are again compelled upon troops now beseiging Fort McIIenry.
the world! deed and neither
.. ... Maury, commerce indebted for cither sab my and making his preparations according do I believe he done it,
OaU.......... ... ... 83,318,290 persons tons, crip. On the 22nd company of secessionists,.
Sweat Potatoes........ ............48.4 19,161 have associated his name in thej minds of lion forward Iy. It is thought by some gentlemen who for ho could Lave killed Dr. hines at any 1
to
: Irish Potatoes.. ..... .... ...... ..... ..6.Q68.962i mankind with all that is truly great and Advertising job-work, come Ila\'e arrived ju this that Brown intends time, if he had chosen to do it, as the Doctor 113 1 strong, left Cynthiana Ky., to join tho-
i .d. Tuna.n good. The adhesion of such a man to the and settle. It i is impossible for us to city, has very extensive practice, and travels Confederate army. When the train reached -

t, t_ y.. ... .. .... ........ ....... .....1,058,017Number Southern cause will cause men abroad to publihh paper without money. Many of to land some of his men near: Poim-: both night and day ; and Mr. Abkew Frankfort, they were rdered to display

t ;;;- HOM........... .. ............... .20,476.183* reflect, and will exert infinitely more influence our patrons, who have been upon our cola. .Whether this report is reliable, we certainly met with him often, and could their flag, which they did by extending a
J Sheep..a. ........ .. ..6,278,081 than would that ot Scott. Europe is books eversinco the first issue of tho Intend, are not nblcto state ; but the fact that Gen. have killed him at almost any time, with. secession from the window./.
; Horse............................2J>3'1,792 crowded with military men, far more eminent Bragg has sent an order for ,two thousandmore out waiting until he visted Madison to do flag car .
Mules. .... .... ...... .. ............. ...503,498u \ than Scott who is scarcely known have never yet paid a cent. Wo assure Stones were thrown when the lieutenant
u_. !j. Cow........... .............. .....2,815,922 outside the limits of this country, and even them that we find such patronage very un. men, leaves the impression upon our it.Well ask who did do it? ''I fired into the crowd. The cars were 'im
1 :; Oien.................... .... ...... 831289 mind that he anticipates an effort of this you may '
Cattle Other...................... .6,073,434 then only ns a soldier; but wherever the profitable, and would prefer to do without *" know not; neither do I know of anyone mediately cked by the citizens, and
sea rolls wave, Maury is know and reverenced do kind on the part of Col.:Brown. The ar. that Dr. Hines has injured to
sufficiently
If not
We have not enumerated the Rye, Bar. it. they! square up'cl'y soon, paving stones rained in upon them promis
as great light, and a benefactor of rival of the U. S. "steamer Illinois crowded causo them to murder him." lie :
will be if may, pos
other that there is
and compelled to
I: ley products! are largelycultivated his race. we try any have been mistaken for cuously. They finally got away with but
down she with sibly, another
in some of the Southern States. -a s .. viitue in sucin?. ns was men and provisions, For if could man. little injury. Great excitement prevailed
have
We give only a part ofthe yearly products *.... looks as though an energetic effort is: being my own part stoopedto
THE SPIRIT OF 1'111hs\ : IN POWER. .. __., .. assassination, there are men in this and threats were made to the :
coun.
of the Southern States ofsueh articles asa The worst of the French, revolutionnever Col. w. S. Dilworth. LuL maao on oanLaiosa: nu T.ibiana to put me ._._ _.'-_ -n_ _:n__ __ _..,1i._. ___u 'tea up II
days 11 jr, wuu "1vv givvii iuu Aumuieuv cause vi> track.
in time
required to a people of
are support We understand. the.'recent :
requisi 7. soldiers in defensive
exhibited demoniac a position. have
a murdered them
more spirit long but Dr.
of Ihose State if ago, Tho Tribune
war. The people can, put that so every.
to from their own soil! an abundance than that which animates the Cabinet at tion, made by President Davis upcn Florida :S: Gen. Bragg knows what he is about, and lines is not of that number. says soon a

supply ot the necessaries of life, without Wllshin ton. The following is from their was for two regiments of Volunteers. desires bo thoroughly prepared and Business unexpectedly, and perhaps Providentially thing is prepared and supplies collected,
organ, the Rational Republican, at Washington These raised called me from home there will doubtless be a force ot 200,000
: being dependent therefor on any other troops arc now being rapidly strengthened before any demonstration is away
k people. All they have to do to make that : and will go into immediate service. made. If Brown's idea is to take that very evening, and I did not return mel sent to thQ relief of Fort Pcen and
Fort Pickens is and possession -
already reinforced until A
devote land the cut totdajr. report has got abroad that that I'ue
certain is to more to Northern
'b.. while tho arrogant and inflated leaders at It is the privilege of the Volunteers to of Pensacbla and the Railroad thenit I[ of mcb
I- tivation of Corn, Wheat, &0", and less tn am keeping out the wny, but tb's J8 trop '
I ( Cotton, Tobacco and Sugar. Heretofore, Montgomery are dreaming: of an advance select their own field officers, but still we is absolutely ,necessary and important also f lse. lean: prove by at least a half through not around ( through i

the Cotton Rice and Sugar States have upon} the capital the aands are well<< nigh hope that none will consider us as trespassing that the two thousand men which General dozen persons, where I was at the time the Richmond, Raleigh Charleston, Savannah,

f. .J found H more profitable to cultivate those is run out ot'thf'ir career, of which every day. upon vested rights, in suggesting the Bragg sends for should; be on the line of shooting is said tQ have been done and I Montgomery and New Orleans, and i
towards exile!
I !, exclusion of all and only one step or the ga. stand ready for investigation. I will bo joined at the latter like-
staples to the products lows." distinguished gentleman, whose name heads march at once to the contemplated:! scat of not city by a ,
depend the Northwest for Corn, article get out of the way of the law, although I which will have made its down thq
t upon If all the rules civilized warfare are to this ns suitable person to fill the war. don't intend way
te. That a matter of being raobed neither do I in-
Pork Flour was ;
choice not ot necessity. The border slave be discarded, remarks the Savannah News? I position of Colonel of one of the Regiments. The editor of thoEufaula Express, whois tend giving 'a mob a chance to injure me. Mississippi. S

I ,States,can supply the whole] South with all it is timo that wo should know.it.. If the !. Ho! has concluded to abandon a at Pensacola, writes that. the surrounding If they attempt it, I will certainly fight Messrs. R. M.:T. IlmrrEB, W. O. Rn'x

; the Corn, Pork and Flour it can consume, catch Southern them]leaders,the Northern are to bo leaders hung when will you be lucrative professional business, and, like of the Navy Yark, Barrancas and War- hem in their own way. Judge JOHN W. BRocKKNBOBOcron, Judge>

I ._ And have a surplus. hung. If Jeff.: Davis and hU, associates are many others, the comforts and endearments rington presents truly a wonderful scene. to It settle is: generally known that I was trying CAMPBELL and Mr. STAPLES, have been
;f, [Cincinnati Enquirer of home and enlist as a private for the my business to some extent, in. elected Delegates by the Convene
t threatened with rope, let Abe Lncoln and Thousands of soldiers and every means of ending, if the Brooks Virn
I L S TBASCE AFD ENGLAND.pl -IN FAVoR THE liia Cbiuet look out for their own necks. defence of the South. Wo will not pretend transportation that is available are rushing Volunteers were ordered County to Virginia(Georgia: ) tion to the Southern .

: .t ;jf.\\ '" CONFEDERACY.-Capt. Nodler, of the ... II I to say, that ho is thoroughly conversant to and fro, carrying balls, 6iull. cannon, sandbags join them. But this thing must be explained Edward Everett, in a speech devere at

1 Ai ,. .French marine:! has arrived at New Orleans THE NEGROES FAITHFUL.-Tho Norfolk with military tactics and discipline: but lumber, provisions tic., etc. Far before I leave as I do not wish any to Boston 'on the 27th' said "we are one
the
r, r-a 'from Montgomery, Ala. Tho Picayune correspondent: Petersburg Express ho has tIle capacity, of mind speedily acquire back from the beach among the stunted suppose that have run, away, or will do so heart, one mind, and the Government. mat

1?t ". -. Bays Capt.: Nodler is a gentleman of wealth says"The negroes thQugh, in all this section all necessary: information ; he is bravo. pines> the long lines of tents are seen, preyseuting at. In all.conclusion, I will I did not want be sustained. We forget that we ever were .
say
and education, and on hearing of the so.da8aiOa of county slave' and free, are as loyal as and chivalrous and at the same time possessed an imposing and war-like spectacle. Dr. limes shot and would be one of the Americans.partizans, and" remember only that we are f
,
i of the Confederate States, iramodii 'could be desired. Tho bribes, offered by of c\ol. calculating judgment-all At night thousands of camp fires are light. first men to punish the murderer; and if Iant The Lincoln Administration baa '

: rance i for America, anticipating the abolition while emissaries at the same are spurned time they freely with- of which is very desirable in a commanding ed in every direction and around. them the murdered for it, (as I understand cer. mined to call an additional 25,000 detr.
contempt, irp
; 4 4 p proceeded: immediately to offlter, soldiers am persons threaten to shoot me,) they which with the
are
grouped, some 75,000
services the and cooking
a '3d at the bom- I proffer their to Slate some will have the already
... ; was present We have conversed' with Col. Dil- satisfaction of knowing that service and the and
.t Fort Sumter. The captain is zealously contend for the privilege of being never i stretched upon the sand fast asleep worn they murdered an innocent regular, army navy, t

.a ? spirit, and intends applying I allowed to work on the'battei icf. Tester. -",worth in reference to this matter, but upon down by the heavy work on the siod: bat THOS. F"man., McCALL.. disposal will make of a Lincoln.t total of. 83.00 men at the'J t


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,__',cintf; in the Court Honse. .Smitu Simkins, 'tv; Mr'DAVtfl: VMtyfER ? > WILi7i' sI.stfrStephen Ltghtsey late of Jefferson tonn.y'deeea.ed nOCERIESI Copper TJnMSdeel-lroirfares; '
called to the chair! nnii1L' W. ilonneed as/a candidate for the to the Hon'Judge of ef said (
Esq:; wan ,' rrH.tl ,
Jeffctson !
of County a I,tho l a lest
antI k be H! .
i Oourty. to AdnJnts I'cD
discharged '
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Edwards requested. to act us secretary.The .- October next. : :: : : : atlonof mldEslater : -" ,'W OtE.B hNInTAT-uDzALzn 11 .4

'/ Chairman: silted that the object of the -;:.. .... ..... "* JANE .. -an STOCK r.R A B o .

.*t 'meeting was: to organize a Volunteer Comm CANDmATK FOR pcrcnl. 'March.i 8. 1841 1 "' -. LOIEvAd'; COFFKBsTKAS, cmmsA "v German English& Amerioah ui
? ...::I' RICK&ACOlf.. SAI.rPKPPER, Feoh Gooa -
Confo.lerntu
}>any, for the service of the t: T" We Hlntliorlred, to SOAP, CA A'Aefitf: '. rnrnlshing'Article-jf !
.> <*>.." States. Th'o.Volunteers pfesefit then pro. TING CLEM I aa n Candidate lJll ID -nn.n- i,. SIMS, a FRUIT CRAOKERS.BU- NUS *. Bverl Descnption. s*' "'

'ceded to the election or officers, which son County, at the'election to SUCCESSOR. CIIAS. M. \EST- .g, polUARS, t '.

,. resulted !follows : "" next. 'C\V! Store just,. opened l 4EAI.ERlNGroceries Is &'T ZlQtS.'lRESERVE ; *: ., STOVE HEAD-QUARTERZ. "i?
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",jj ,.. I. n. DdtD, Captain t Provisions .* IIES VINKQAR A full suppTy always hand of COOKING?. PAR
1st Lieut '?' CANDID VTE FOR 'ing, by. wit and ROOM, Cooking Stovcl
i.J" .ROBBM,.SCOTT, ; ClDR1'C CON. TOV
2nd LieutJ tST We are authorlted to FINE WINES AND LIQUORS HI\.c", fiiexj with neatness, to qlve perfect
1 n. BIRD .
i.' ; LIS DUIEN. ( '
da a cnnditate foK sntiefnotion.They can it shipped wlUl
**: 3rd Lieut. Also A largo tot of : CAN HERMETICALLYSEALElTGOODStOLOaNra : eft.ct74G.
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: II. T. SU.UTER, e
at tlie election to Johad In POTATOES Ac. an/f> TBf the Cuntry.: *t .
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,.,J. .V Gkn. D<'B. Bird w s'then called for 'by '..z:.:.. O ?- GHOIC3 CONFECTIONARY.i GAIDEN bD Em ENGINE3( .
i that
Thankful for the liberal tins been
i LL orders with the cash meet
'audicnceftnd responded in a very elo- CANDIDATE accompanied "'I patronage Rotary Suction, and Force Pumps with Rubber
FOB
.. prompt attention.iJarch3(1 extended io mo turing the past year,I solicit R continuance /s
.< quent and spirited! speech, accepting the tSf" We are n-ithorlzed: to ( "Ith(f. 1861 f> 18.tf of custom r"r86 : and I hope, by fulr Hoes attached, ron supplying Plantation- Ewih'water. -
.. office of Captain. Dr. R. Scott, 1st Lieut., W1LFORD as a Candidate for p:iVljatlon: ts to Inform the dealing and small profit, to give satisfaction. ,from wela.elsterna.eVd., Engine Aoke. >. -

P. B. Bird, 2nd Lieut aed II: T. Slauter, County, at the election in : \ to their Interest to FOR FLORIDA VIA. A tST My terms of course" are cash. Stck' Work to of. yVv.tyShop '- *'
tAVANNAH. deserlpHoffT sloneby
JOHN M..PALMER. every ,
3rd Lieut. each called for and -0C.'SDID..tE
were responded entire stock was bought 1 47tfATTENTION" the very best workmen All order.'promptI.tendodto.
6th 1881.
in a few eloquent remarks, accept.ing FOB been a.ldoil. to foi'tn- TIE STEAMER Jnnnnry "':
the offices assigned them. B. W. Edwards tlT: We; are authorized and AM Tallahassee,February t, 1889. fl.Iy -
:> joj all the latest styles 1 of !
.
then called for and T. H. HURST as a Candidate @ A
@
was responded
'
ot the election in 4g SAVANNAH MORNING
son County,
in a few remarks! among/ which was the : &b [ rm@w I 'W&l LEAVE TO CALL TIE ATTENTION NEWS
delivery! of the following lines: -- -- -- Captain, T. J. LOCKWOOD of the public 'ft number of artcles In jny line ot PtBLIsnED BY" .
ATTENTION GOOJS\ leave SSnthcrn Wharf every,Tde.dny tradd?: appear to hive -,to wit: TEODORE.DLIW. T. THOMPSON, Editor.; -

We are in for the war, aid ranat act the man, YOU are hereby notified to .... ; WILL for Savannnh, a\t o'clock; winch Hpruictically Scaled -
To our Institutions! and freedom finely etand t t"We 10 o'clock, Saturday I port she will leave nt 6 p. m., tame dny, arriving Good Lerytit Daily Circulation in ''TStatt, of t I 'c .
(1otliin f
know we are right and in the right track Academy qq'iare' for drill. \ nt Fcrnnmlini W(< 3 o'l'IOk. in.tetnriuing Such an Green Corn;Frtsh" .\ Lima Gqg
And knowing thts., we'll press forward-never back.'Well of importance will be l-rongh'b ) will lnetnv. Thnmdny n at S a. Beans, Green Coin; and LimttBeans, mixed, tn
pSr"annum
Daily Knott 8 .
i'\ntkn. |
teach the fanatica.that we are all true men. }lJt1) Cnull flower, AopamgiiR' ,1"r"i"f advanc.lrle
ny. in.; Jacksonville, at 8, ; lip. m ; 1're.h \
p.
1.1 ernanclua. "" News Mon.
That our homes' our fire tide and freedom we'll de Members who have resigned) aol 3nvnnnuuli 6 and fresh Potatoes. published every '
at
,fend turn to the all ( Ladles dents, Boys and FrIday p. m. Cuarle WedoCdlY and Aridity a I per annum.
) t over undersigned ton, morning. Natural frcicrtcs In .
Cal \\ Newt, 'e
Saturday \\'tfUy at 2
That our wives and children shall not be ruled be In their possession, for ; ? 'publshed. Saturday f .
may
By the rotten hearted men of the Republican school. be returned. *"' PASSAGE. In this line Ilmvengood. ] supply Cherries, Plums per annual, "I\'aya al neo' # .

And if they won't believe,just let them try- By order of the Captain. ', MUses: and I From Charleston to Savannnh. ..... .. .. ., .(ft)0) Blackberries,Strawberries, Pears, ''O.DVYRTISEE. %,' ..
We will show them how their rotten bones to dry; A. C. I From Savannnh to Fcrnnndltm. ,.. .. ... 4 no nnd I'ine'Applee.1Pio1.1o Th* Large "Morning New*"in
W. wilt make what's left to their own lido run, April 27,18(11.ATTACHMENT( ( Hats ; From Charleston lofernandina. .. .... .., .. 0 00 both city and country, and especially In families
And wish they had never this war begun. ---w From Charleston to Jikconvi1le./ 8 00 Of every variety, such o Staffed Peppers Onions Its Pully clrculatlnn being larger than that of
"We'll then have peace In our native 'land-. mid Edge Tool! From Charleston to IMeolatn ned rlnth. ...10 00 CUCllllb .I, Mixed 1lcklea. Plocollllly, paper In lh" State-renders it the best pomfble aly .

Be.united as.a band of brothers hand< in hand; Hubbell Morton ) In ', ; de cilptlonj L. J. TA .\jNlt. nm\tlie alum for al Ihnse,who wish to mnk tiieif bu lne"'t a

Our brothers our freedom i having fough' and VS. V l Amount "' .f .' Fla.* .BAND) Y I'X VI TS: and kowto tho way which
Insure the and
died. II. L. CHISIIOLM, Agent, t".t prolllabln retu6s.
|
Moore. .. .
;
For this service,will be cherished whilst o'er time WhIting Bond all Goods ; Clmrlciton.S. 0. A Fine lot Cherries, Pear, Peaches, and Plums; Jtieptembvr, 1800.. sotf. -,,, .
TilE DEKEtf IUMT: and
,- we glided"Vf March 28, 1881. .2 8m. .. Fish :and Kresh Meat\ : .
.... hereby notified of the \ GLfSS1VAlU:
-
will then to the corn and cotton fields go- returnable to Fait Term of ruivr.oiv" I.'OUNIItYTALT4AIIASSEE '.0' 't18 llneIhuve Sardines in quarter, half and Application Final D t ii

Hurry np the;plough the shovel and the hoe, and to appear and plead to t the Lad'f3 I Rich nud Hlcgtnt: loboxeXFrenhSaliii, 'lobeters,Shultut'Oysters MONTI H'atr date I shall present my 'final. 4 ".*
And the fanatic will his head. ,. FLA. SIX
ere long. hang
.
nail In
JOHN Sausage meat cans. and 1 ,a*Executor of the estate
And ask the South for clothes,meal and tread. April 20, 1831. ; J .N CAWErY Conuiliiu Jleizley, late of Jcderson county, de.'.
Proprietor
01 A.No. 1 Mackerel
We will then have them right and la our hold b true- Tako: ; STKAAI EN'GINn3from 6 to 85 Horse Power In whole, halfand qiinrtor article. nail ask bo
hnrrel- tn from the administration
We'll hold and choke them blue lo order, of tho bent material nnd workmanship ounty discharged
our hold ; LL forewarned 1 1 I H !- T A T O 13 of the said .
As a true and noble band of Southern men. i"' persolls Are : tn p'irt of. nnd n cheap as can be New I I ( S estate. 4
a certain promlwmry" note lurchl\clln, 8 barrels Iiish l ; for Balm i" JAm S. Executor. ;
.
superior lullto"R.
Having walked their log from beginning to end. York or any Non bern City and Floridi. -. very RU'r. .
.
to Dr. JOUX G. ] Printc.l J"nulry.2Gth1881.
de"'loe,1 Five
; CtenXCHforSiwMilU. Gin n..urW, 4o, or Planting. 11,1 quarter fO.6m ,
It was: ordered thit the proceedings of Said note originally called for f \ : coii.ltntly: on Sugar Mill from 12 to. 18 inches BOXES- O F !S: .
but the sum hj3 bean reduced\ by : \ quality, h.'II'1 EOA"lLA'NTJlMS -Fair IViimiiig t t"I .
the meeting, and also tho poetical remarksof In diameter, Imnd or nuide to crier.S 2boxcsof very'miperlorartlulej'and "
The couoldi-rntlon !Tor: ) M"e.'nonl-.n ; JERSO.VS
$500. \\ arohereby forewarned
B. W. Edwards be in the bnanliful of IRON K.UL1XU for lln.tcuttogwood
published! I >ue I'nttern one barrel of WHITE liCANS.01IEESK L
having failed the
given am or
Pam !! Friend. The meeting then adjourned the same unless compelled by law.J. Grave Ynrdu, WORK Ac.JOIHHSG of all ,descriptions. executed. CHEESE. known R tho "waker\ I'laeo.-) upon am determined

to meet again on Saturday, tho 4th with ncntneM nnd, despatch.*All ordi-m 0 boxes of Englloh Dairy nnd boxes White Cliecw. t.: pro'ecuteany anti every person. found trespassing
M'.nttcello, March 20. 1 RII 1. BRILLIANTS, nd.h'ele. : sutd land. You muni not to wood
day of ,May next. to John tiiirdy, Tallahaiuoo, Horlda, ,will promptly .TWO nnr.8. DKIKD Arrnta.niimher UpOI expect get
without for It.
paying K. WALKER.
SMITH SIMKINS, Chairman.B. attended to. OTTRKMS r.ftj l
Application: for Di Also of other irtleles not to 16th 1801. 6-tf
..W. EDWARDS Nov. 8, 1880 [3U-lyJ JOHN OAUDY.OX n necessary 1"uh
Secretary.
SIX MO"TrB"ftl'r date I enumerate. All of which can be, purchased Chop
accoant nnd vouchers as J1D Ni JE ] ctioo.i for Cmli. JOHN M. PALMCIt. Notico to DebtQrs and Creditor.
)
NAMRS OF/ THE JB7FBR30X COUNTY "nEAUKEQ..RD Eitatflol! ( Robert C. Hurst", late Spoo1..1 Monticello, Jan., 5, 1861. 47F LL persons IndebtuiLto'John J deo'd.: it-

i VOUTNTKKU1. t-y deceased, to the lion. Judge\ _L._ are hereby notified to mak Meian. pay-
Bounty, .and, auk to be diae-haigod I( S 1 J''S't; n.OOOlX7-OC3l unit to the nndirnlgncd\ hint all persons having
D. B. Bird, M. J. Clark, stration of said Ertnte.ELHABETH. nnd after March 23.: 1801 tho :j'IIOM SALSUURY NORTH CAROLINA. demand* 'nlIlnat said deceased'will present them .

Robert Scott, S. Minning% > SUMMER, juth now running from Fcrnandinilo: withulti the tllO ; or this notioo
1.. B. Bird, John Kinsey, March 1 6. 16tH will on Saturdays' continue' to Cedar< Keys,11'01SOI.orrl'lnl 1 bbl. prmium.'Vhcat- "Whiskey; will: bo plead in IrclrlbeJ.Lylaw .

II.'r. Rlauter, 3. '1'. .iiley, --- o'S at 11 1. M. Thence returning will 1 I I Corn do. E E.D.ACIWURN. Adm'r.
"V\rood. :101 : 4 A.M. for Uronsou, I KiTnamHna March 2nd, 18QI. .8t
,
W. H. Ellis Miller Kcj s an on c,8 _
Henry IIE citizens of Monticello Warranted Pure \I'f the DI.li..re. M. A II Myers, .
rI adapted to the wants Mondays. t -- -- -
J. M. Ellis M. C. Siimcrlin, they can ho supplied with ) Steamers will be at Cedar Keys on the following and for sale by M. PALMUt{, C11C1LI1IC. .
John Anderson J. H. McCall, making application to the dajs., January Bth, 1301. 47-tl nUll
Dawfc'ms 1 II. K. Order will\ bo promptly l 'jff '
George Walker -
,
UOOD WOOD furnished $2OO ( ) ron NEW oni.EAsa. yon KBY WKST. ;ARRIVALS I JIONTICELLO POST-OFFICE.
Dawkins W. W. GMzer) T"'rARJl
? 1'HESI -
Henry ; March 28, : : March 18
,
korea load. From and after this Jute, .he Mails \\111 be
from New York 'los
Jasper Thompson, T. J. Hill: September 8lh! SCO. convince all that Ihe prices 1"1 Hand S3, : : Apri 3ami 18, JUST of:Himinmili: nail and receiving UuilroadTltsh follows: ," *vNORTHERN' ;' 4'
H. W.Edwards! Asa Anderson, Hand 28, : : 4 and. I lit, f (leoigia MAIL, .
\\\ bo th U has been
moro :in
i 1'otiltous
Jordan: Fullord, B D. W. Cam, 'c'fc'rleHI! ('; June liand2H. : : Juno anmll8, I ; Every Evening, (except tunlny.) at o'cck;
W.; T. Porter, W. J. Bell 1IE: LONG !SI> roN i'will J. B. COLLINd July 14 aol, 21, : : July "nl.118.' Hcj'l \\liitaOnioni, ; "** FtOIHDA-MAIL, : ii

John C. Pulcifer H. W. Merrill, L day of January 1861, and< Aug. llandZS, : : August 3and 18, A very superior lot of Coel-fisli, in boxes, Livery mnrlh.j(except Sun Jay,) at? o'clock.tW .
Uand28 I ,'
July. Hcpt. : : "nllill. rnchKnglith nil ..
bo after atiovohour
W. B. Taylor, J. R. Henry, ti'r: nstruction and Discipline & OEO- R R. CO, I l nndTrnln will regulxily eOlll ult. leo llg Irullllun 28011.1 Cheese Thin lI'rR'wnl I u.lcd to the for
opened
: (Uth IMl. [ and nhove.itouiid Dairy ; oll.e positively
W. M. Wilkcrson, W. S. Dilvvoith, j1'" The mo or'l'lIlm'M. April C.I"I Kej n on Sunday
the Stm-khohlers of I Ihl" Tickets from all Stiltons JoHln'ii linttor-nu excellent article ; any purpose
.
Milliard Saloons Ton Pin AII" Trip regular can
'Villiam A. T. or '
Bailey: Lipford 0. A. BRADLEY, P. M.Muntlrello .
hibited. I t thn Cui>itiil.in I tho city of be had at reduced< I ratev ." ,. Aiij'los! ; March .
A. W. Archer Thoa. Co-tgrov., Applications receive 1 at any l Monday in May next, J. E lARKiV, 1 l>bl. Molk-rs'Double Extra Syrup. ,_ 16, 1861._ _
L. M. l John Wilson, W. D. Lee, f-9. B2. the arrival of Iho trains I For sale lt the Family ( r"'ry8lnre by IO\V AlnSNOCIlTIOl. .
; [Ill] JOHN M. PALMr.R.Flour .- :
tua'tu'n.l.F -- January I 1811. l'IJ.ADELpIA. t
W. P, Stroety Elliott Daniel, A ,
H. Be"tuolelll".titlt .laMi.ld ty iptcial Endou ;
Robert Gothic J. J. Edwards Valuable: PLVGO Sec'y. >mtnlfor the and '
0 It BSNEVOLFNTBKUFBRMAIMY.. Slice, Oraiics. "I ditreneJ.4. I, .
J.Miller Win. Ilammerson afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and I
A. r JV WA K UL LA RnClUVUD at 'iny ADdI''ovi.lnl
nirftr1nj Grocery
E.Ia&lishs.Ian.ieedowolfiur
W. Reams, Thoitns, Scott. :For 4"T : ) m/A Contaiioui tle R.l'o/Io". "1. btore- Family.- Or"speci.mllyfur ins, the Curt of Diseases of the S.zC .

Henry Slaughter, W. J. Chestnut, . rplinuni: ] >r>!ljrnc .-:--.Thompson. L and Sl'ty aereaof Land, 1) all jiuiuei/ 0/11 urinary and Izual organi, ofwhatener 1 Iberia Excellent; Rice; 9 8urleoo. to all who apply by letter, !
--------- ........ siila WuLulhi River, and >- ".I/Ir./ I barrels Superior Oranges; wltha condition (agooccupa- ,
'. &>;*. ,i Tho United States Minister, I Faulkner by said river for t'ire > quartns'. i \ .\ ug Agent r 1 I Ml I U:: Jiiuriial of Medical n..rorr containing Vnl.uallo To be sold Cheap for Cash by loll. bulilts of life, itic.and) in cacti ot extreme puv .
well timbered with ():uk.: Infiirination un Sperinaturrlica and tho JOHN M. pAI, Medicines fiirnlHhed free of charge ,a
has presentod the Commissioners of the Linda of wood. Two bun
.< Confederate! Stales to tho French Govcrn"ment. Hummock nnd Swiunp,and i h \ Daily" Line Steamers.: .. cure of the above diseases, sent to tliiMa nuudingniudieul .llseuses of the Sexual organs, and on the neto reuiedles "
FlorlU for the raisin, ;{ of 8u \ : :fly; ulIln sealed letter cnvc'loics| free of charge Now 'lie Tiniu to I'ay. otnployed In the Uiipi-nsary, cent to the aflicted .
'i\ C"tlollan,1, Corn. A great rCV>' ---- J""I/i lo tend fur a copy. V '110.-Ill who have contraete-d unts at In sealed letter free of charge.-
leo mystore enveopel.
the sale woo.l I ; of mnny icrofu'.aiu! ali dittaied child Two throe will bo .
from of or
"-- -- -- ; nIllIlO"" ) 0 DRESS GOODS.Hicks ti) bo settled wlllI culo.1 Ipnll. tire ,mill SUmps postage acceptable.AddrcM
: :3rmoi11a1. the shipping,; ut St Murks, for \u fen,t0I'1 IW" *nf jirtvtnlwn villelieerfully lit commanieatfil tied to coma forward and U now thu first ,f.r Kep.irt or Ir"atlent. )\ J.tKltLIN
,
lars ,cr curl. I li.ivea.Wood, .' ; on npilloallon| by mail. of lhiuyear-a time to ," nail com noun HTON Acting <.la8eIUon,
Lindingn FinhYurl" where, cv"r The ricvrlptinns fur Cuiimmiption nwd 1 request
Married' on Thursday, April 25tli:; in wi1'! lio sent free to all who need it.. It
every kind cnn' be ciiuqht:; ; and In lie aeu >rlrucllt of"S' |>rlllK lutrlll"ry. mediately< coniplied with. Ity order of the >.
Decatur county, Georgia, by the Rev.?!l. son.Mullet in pret', abundine JI 1111,1('r r (,;cuIII. f"l.to cure Coughs, Coldtttthina. jiattatli.and JOHN M. PALMER. EZRA: It. lE.\R'fWEL. PresX-. "

Dunlop, Mr. UAKIEL L. OAICI.EY to Miss The Pine I.oUlh h.u'e n healthy. ; > a o impb'tcaHsortmeiit of (umllllolI. n thousands can attest Send I January Dili, 1801. 47lfAlUIVlTIOiS V n EO. 1 LV. 3
MART C. eeeond daughter ot William J. and may bo worka u" a '" b-fore May 19, 1860. 14
: (( : :
;: :;} CGl Qrn"J) "
only two mil.-, and a half froaj To ul! who apply Ly letor. with full description OF WAR I
Mills. per.tina Distillery- : .' .', Olovcs E:nbroiJ of age, occupation symptom ofdieeasuofany kind I

Tho happy pair will plc.iso: accept our There is also a COT Auroe of : aol li.ilnUvf Iro.can.H.ladvlee.' free clmrgo will For Arming the ofeToflerson. ([@l@ @ [[ g
and wi.Ih; ... ill make this the mo. I : roccSvlug additions be given,by Physician or Surgeon. (ite' 4
earnest! congratulations. Thoy kindly
remembered WuUulU.! : : I ref.-r to tho Havana AJlrcl, (with two or three stamps f">r pontage) county I OJOnED pn TOGlAPnS,
ns, by a piece) of the b ri ido'a< boats twice a month. A man invited to call and Secretary. UK. A. Hh: SEY. Received < AT
make hundrels of dollar hc-r stock. f Dux 1IIJ Wllllumuburg, New York. JUST ., u
might
.
and in %
oakc return that their Onlniis
wo hope tin- ; ; Sadie & Pottcr'8 -
Peaches An. There Is no better < \ 7- bcecI.Icrl. 181)0.) 41 ly
8 t urrelit Choice Coffee Sugar; ,
'ion"may be a happy one, :and that tho present for the production of these fruit C

are but tho pioneers of many joyful The rungs is InexhanBtiLla for ; JEWKLKY UOXItlt.. Kozicr &JAMES Co.K. BltOOME.L. 6 1 barrel barrels Buekwhet A pphis, Four! ; 1} ;!; ;

days to come. There is a r">ugh; r..rm.hou.e oa .. ....0\11011.0 conlIu-red, .. 6 kitaofa No 1 :Salmon; @igJlt'nlItxi _u
dairy corn imuseand: one negro t'lH h Mspenubla r q'll.' FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTSVElIN.tNDIN.t 0 boxesSeotdl Herring; 4
There Is aha on this |1u14cu ( i Gui.tleiriuu's 6 boxes Green heal Champagne; I F .;
., :: : : dr..si, so we i ,
New Advertisements. which bore abundantly the of good Jewelry such : ['lit. 4 boxes superior Pin Apple Cheese;' ,

for the culture of It.grape and wine ;y Articles,Chains. Oold March lath 1861. I ly 2 .Io"en. li caU.lUltimoro. Cove OystersS WE would respectfully announce to the publli. '
try can surpass ( which l 1'0 found dogt-n Lobsters; that we have secured the"rvlc. an em"uniit
( <
Now is the Time This valuable tract of 1"1,11. Wutuh.) IVni may and PenslU LEWIS F. liOOX. CEO. S. JCOUX.HOIIV 3 boxes Sperm Candles-olx < In 8 I boxes Colorist and Portrait I Putntcr. Those wishing .
trol ol Judge< : D. T. Walker' and 34) Smoked Salmon. .obtain this iuuch ",Jlh'ed ID.l durable itylaof "
at a living price by II
-- who wilt perfect title shoull u ;' '. J.) L'JIYCB A" SOX:'!. & Co. All ( nile cheap for cu.h by, I'icture have aaopportuutty afforded the" lot the Y

TWO" 'WEEKS himself. OB rcaiocable terms. N. : 1860. 87-ly Receiving aod Forwarding Agents Montlccllo, January 12, 1861.JOHN M. 43 PALMER.If. for irstllme thin popular 1 ItrTulUhusseo.style (f painting The Increuslng has induced< demand u toemploy f
will; with
P. S.-I go any one for DL4chal'\ an experienced< artist and we ar. now.preo 4
ihasing atunv time, t) x.nuine pared to take '* **5ii ,

ONLY !U .1v K''rl.! Flu.. Jfm 24 t d' I,nhall present. my final General Commiion-AVI>-Slorcliants How' is the Time t to Purchase the duistq tea, MeiriHotirpM. Plain Fbotorrraphi* ,lift't'aed ( f' -- e

()1L'Ili: or M, u \Inoiul.lrutor< of the fhotoyraplii, VMnet J'Autograpni) m. .
I I'lt.' of Jt-tFerwn county reruludlun. ria. GOOD THINGS OF LIFE e fun IloIOajl.fhototirapht il Oil Col

J. SAC lIE _" e.. J",1:0 of from Probate the adminis of sail. MOM"11lel.,pecial aD.II'raduco attention given generally.lo tha tale of Cotton TUST YORK RECEIVED DIRECT FROM NEWS I"Jologr"J41'Ploogapl. in/.J Witter tn JnJia Colors Jut an, I. : -i

t THE Photograph and Ambrotype Artist, has re. I'cn & Geo. W. J. WOODS. Adin'r th and other forwarded 6 kegs! of Dutch Herring new article In this11.LI In[ fact we are prpar,;j4 to H\l\ all order* of every .
i to Monticello. and taken Rooms at the Cm witlicnra and February 2': 1861. 2
ly 2 bbls St Croix I ; ge. W
i Monticello Hotel .and, after Monday, .
:
4 bbls Pure Meelf.ird Rum
ON PusMuger Trains on the' \vollKi\\oItK! ) I WOKKIII! I 2 bbls Patent cut Loaf ; Daguerreotypes Deceased Persona j

meat Where of he stock l is prepared, to lake with- a new and large assort- taeoU it Georgia RuUroads: < will\ : to cue by note or ac- .. .. .. ... .. ....... and Extra ; tugar-Jwetllg new Eular"ud to any size, and colored In oil equally aa .

1 Leave Lake City . .. and .lte.( R my Fancy Toilet and Colognes; well D from life, H"* .
Arrive atTalluhaaete\ .. ... .. money et along .JOlai'l 1"llfolBc Corn Starch, Pulverized liiuger; Old Cleaned
I UOTOGhA ttSI Leave Talluha..ee. ......... have wry hard times at Citron and< Currants; Paintings UetoreclanJ .,
Arrive at St. Marks .... .. taco can pay his small HOUSE BUILDER MID GENERAL[ [ A very superior lot of Figs,put up in a new style; Those wishing Portraits .II,111 leave tb.1 .
Leave bt. Marks ...... ... ; every cue will come for 1 box of VunilU Choculuto ; orders noon, a.* our Arti.t wfl remin '
Arriveat'f..Jlahauee. ... .. .. < nm a great deal. OAPENTE: A large blot the finest Igllr ull4Ororartel hot! season.W t4 .
I 'i.mifm@iiiiiiAT Leave TulhthaMee,. .. .. .... > II. K. WALKEIl. FLORIDA. the town of Montiocllo; chewing'l'oba8 t have almojuet introduced a new and beautiful I -
1 Arrive at Luk City..... ... 48tf llNTICEU.O. to be found inthis market ; stj le of oil eolortol'hotgrphu. called the DIAl'.
Tlouticcllo 4 I & most.respectfully inform the public thatIhiaveforthe A ver>''superior article of Moyune Hyson Tea, \ universally a.1wlrJ '

CNPEECKPE-NT Leave Monlicello. ..9.30 A. year la 61- iu 1.lb canuUrs; Views taken la.any par of the short f. "f(1
.. the .A half Arrive at)Monticello. < I ,1 ai.ilyto lion Employed, a number of Hand* C rreiYl; buoV8 : .
'XaO'VV' ..PE1.JOES.f1rtbOH : : ,
I : Julfereoueouinty for taken and colored, Size 20 by 1 8 iuehea 4,
wishing Perfect Likenesses had. better Conneetin at Lake City with on the estate of James for the purpose( carrying 'tho lul Building All of which will be sold (Ih:1Pfot Ambrotypc*and) d.ire4 .,all size*and '. .t, 4
Railroad for JitckvinviUe !
tral and General
; Curpvuters bu.ine. CASH.
as shall positively remain in Moutice-llo ald county. larg'll. Call and !
caUaoon see Specimens -
Marks with to and
entrusted
at M. work
Mage ; Any to urn will be
1& only two weeks,and I it is my IIWtvLoi'.LiiO &'l. IJcCAUSdEY. 001 stock U now full and with IBOOKS'BOOKSR -f
with the line of Mail Steamers rIy comliet. ever DeDber I. I860. 43 ly
--- leans.Key West and Cuba and 8." Substantial, Neat and with Dispatch, ) pUaso the palate and have, he-

1 -.&. FOR SALE- ou the Gulf on their way to Key CF FLORIDA. anll wilf guarantee to give satisfaction iu every yoml doubt the largest finest and moat
Photographic Copies of the and 2nd or 3rd of each mouth instance. I have incurred a heavy expense by the stock of heavy and fcney groceries eve. brought to Is anew featurewe have introduced the. l
on the 15tb and 29th. hire of bands< and consequently ant in hope lib tItle market and I mot reepectfully solicit an eur.I.tlvn THIS ol It it inconvenient fr"
MEMBERS of the CONVENTION: Whi-n Steamer daVB fall os l, crul! public.will extend to me a share of patronage.I by the public, before purchasing else"here. the people.t. to .vIUeclu for every work they
be a Train from Tallahassee\ I ttiUeontrart for work In any portion of Jtlfer- JOHN M.' PALMIiR. need therefore uuil. brought out a few I
May 4th, 1861. [li-Jt] J. SACUF MOUKTAIXS. by Wagon may ; "
Monticello Jan. .
5. 1861.TO.TICAVELL'itsZ
there wlJl be no Train run on loll or adjoining cuut. and will do it 'ou U fair ''-1 volumes of the (standard Works of the t
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I C. T. W,frl< and COllntr.aJ
NoticeNoticeNotice.CallandSettlo. liberal terms any can possibly do. aa the' ease niay demand will aaok. C
Dee. IStb: 1860. Peach Brandy ; Person at a distance wi uin" House built, repairing Among our lot mar be. {OUld"
Applo Uraryly or any des ription of work iu my line can 1 Shakcipca.l'ueUesl Wor\ll '
fc ; address lueatMouticcllo, and they *ill reeeive Works <**
Savannah Albany \ flriJ Iyiusu'.Poetiuuil j .
:t MES3RA JOHNSON. BIRO A CO. have pbteed b. b v tf attentIon The Best And Most directRoute.THE M.r '. Poetical WorkV ",. 0
hand*all the Notes and aceoonU L be- Leave Sa.sunuh .... ... .. JoltS M. PALMER. prompt JORDAN? 'FULFORD. ; Homer's Poetical Works; .
.
' 4slonging to *.iJ firm for collection and seltlciiKnt Arrive at V III<1000t...... .. .. 1881. 49 P. S- -I have also hired excellent, i A C
. ....iD.ebted .. .. .. an well-digger &ott'.loetICl Work.. .
.. All "' by note will pl'ase eall on me atan Leave VaMwU and would therefore be receive orri )
u'l, d"y.ud settle the saina; those indebted Arrive at Savannah. ..... .. : Co-Ianrluer.llp. Dig. Clean or Repair WtlU happy t J. F. t UNDERSIGNED HAS DAILY 'Cprll'oei"1 ; -
' Due ot fret chtubix horses the Works;
on
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by aeeount will call at the store of Johnson McCann at Chea ,'ut. *
The Train arriving iting J"ourylth. 1861. 47 tt9 between QUITMAN (the of the ,* Ben Johnson's Works
, 4 Cuthbert aud settle\ by note or money. Prompt with the train on the C, R. R. .* been dissolved by the Suvannah 'trunk Uuilroad."rent) and MONTI. The Piflaurof Fire; .
atWation is respectfully requested, a* the firm are 1D..loLy.) and IUOP. m.nl ht.) from UM firm-to take For .1 e'v York. CELLO MolD run tueomuuec; cub Prineeof the House of I>avijf
t anxious to arrange their business in some satUlkctory The schedule! on thU R..oli. 1. All Indebted EUS for the The Ccb. 1" David .
persons VE are procured hat u the furs on both and Railroads.ItUthebboite The Throne of ;
.-r manner$1 soon II possible,said firm P.having been. eoon*us with the Ptusacola t I note or araount. ire ad ace of ._ .for the. aDd Muet >irect 1'lrlc for travel And many other vorks too numerous to meto *
wltlJdn..aIQfGen. B. .
dlliOluJ by the Bird- from MadUon to "aMB.la. Thus settle .Llrl .
immediately, or meet ot amount of .
I. We therefore I all Interested will call immediatalr. any Cttu. era from Savannah bu Marks, dl TOGETHER- f MM
hope.
I and nuke the necessary aeng!ri leaving the TftUahasM-e "in the heath of aa At? disj>*teh,that may come hDd. cel' per Ib. l'tlnllCvlog MonUeello .o'clock in the evenlng With a few of the WIt Interacting work of TIC. -
\V. S arm&n.m.no.4 1LWiRTIl'IaT \ will\ reach. Savannah. next day by frlmtbupIttoNtwYork. r will reach bavaniun at I o'clock next day. now bfore the American cD at the)
JASPER J. BIRD 4 CO. L.DOZIER&C0F.raaud1s TOY .
Atl'yaltiw. L. H. MATTAIR. of T. J. CHACE A $
f ) 4(13 1 |lltfj"] I July 28thf I860. : 4 tf ,.FJa.; Mirth It, 1881. I it I October STth) 1 W>. S7-2s I atic! ,!l", Oct. STth' UfO. JTlyr

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TUTTta'8 CELKKIIATEU STOMACH: lilt:

'V: nn'd; nfter fondny, r>potmlrer"r; lOtli) Hno, I,I' TF.US: can appeal with perfect confidcnceftaf :
generally of the Unite JU.) lBtil 111irh.( '.
J PlMengcrTr.iIna" on tIeTnllahneseennil* Pen hyliclanl8iiiMlllicn: :
Micoln t: Ocqigln' Railroads, will\ run s\tolloiN"c: States: ( became the article .has. attained a rcpfttation I '

CURE LenieArrive Jjike t'l'nll""al8ee"I\t..r..iIJ Clt.)'!. ...;, (%sx. ". ..5.0d'1 OO A.ti.1.enveTnllalinaee L.M. this point heictofor will"BpcoJt unknown.! more. ocrfully A few" facls upon than f CHACE: & SOBS; ; rv\l.bAro. ,.'[ji'LA. :' "' .

,f. .. .. .12.1 G'PM.;: volumes of bare nsntr( ..on or blulontng, puffery.
ivoUsHe wnuM nnonncb to"the" .
dache. Arrive ; MRrk The consumption of !loHlett Stomach Bit WE rc'ppctfully imiatlint t .
Ionvc&t ntht.Mnrt. i."t'f'w"r. .r.H'&XIV.: 'iho1\M.: tees for tM la't ycai *amounted' to over a halfjj Sse. ve lidf* eecurrd<< the rvleevot An tinA .**"
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4 r..M million hollies, and. !from tie f manifest etenetf" DEALERS IN- input ColoneL and Portrait Painter.- ThonwIshIng
; 4 CURE Arrive/ntTullftlmMce.. .UK. .8.40 P, M I.Leave I. "
lo itbtniii tliis mitch Admired 'nnd 'dnrabla )
Increase in times U is evident that dining style uf V
past
Tallahawe" ,. .' .VJi; 4.00 P. M. of. I'lcture heave. kfforded them lor
the coming the conmimptibn Will\ Teach An opportunity the
ArilvontbkCl.r.'t. 1l.001'.M.' near one million year bottle This immense amount !it41s& hrsttltno In TullalmKsoo. Tlifl IncroAninj? denwnd.
l1I011t1ccli o..T a' t I n.., CjOiild never have been tM but f.itho mo $ : *AN01 .t)1tY..t.GOOnS) for this populnr style of painting bus induced us U

Leave Montlcello. .0.:30 A. M. and 4.30: P. M. medicinal properties contained tho pnparaion '\ employ experienced:' art!t, nail ,we are noV pre-.
Arrive Montlcello, 11.20 ". 6.20 I' M. \ cut the sanction of the most proniinont pniedtotnka d4. > -( "'

Connecting at rAke City with trnhlB on the Cenral physicians, in those, sections ot-thia country HARDWARE GROCERIES &a. Atiu&roypnsicleiinot.vpns! ; flam ?Fhttonraplit/.-'
Kntlfnad l for. JncUwmiftctirTd! Fermindiim nnd where the article I is best known.'Vho not only ,I'linlnyraplit'*, ""UIOJ'l'"p"Ai..i.) ..-'
W Q i jMW at SI. Mnrk with Stage to and from New Port ;IlIn.l. vfccciuimend' the Biltcis to their patient8tjt.!;' tare Photograph*;Photoyraphi in Oil Coler *,

: )g \ *" 7; tlieu_ e bf[ these nlli the pcrioilio .nttacka of ,viththo line of Mall Steamers between New Or are ready. at nil times of to storaachio give! testimonial!! bjila( :3Vton.tiool.lo: : ;: : .. .. v. .. .. .. j.. .. .. .. ...F O J.d .. Photographs: in Wattr Color. andPhotographs r
li'trvoui; arttck 1/taJaehe may be pre vented t and IIikkon cans, Key Went nn.l C lba, Intorinuflhite pfflnts\ efficacy in till ciscs deraDgemell.tlAII.llhe : touched in Imlm. /nJl.: <

nt tlie commencement of an attack immediate oa-the'Qnlf: their way to'Key.West on the 17th chances resulting thcrclrom. In fact we are prepared to fill Ill orders of every:
and 2nd of.5rd of path month, and to New Oilcans This is not A temporary popularity,tained description, and warrant satisfaction ineveijrinsUucc.
.4 .* relief/roni and sickness will be obtained.Tliey --- -- --- every
; ,[ pain on the llilh'lIn,12th.!! by extraordinary efforts in theJVsy ofltrum- :a .or no "\ lIrge.Dagucrl'eotYlcs.- .
14 sJdoro fifil reraovlngHhe Nausea tin Whi-n Hteamer\ days full on Sunday. .tber ."will poling the qualities the Bitters, but n solid, "
4: Headache to which females are so ut3et.t lie n Train from Tallahassee to!St.! Marks, oilier*'tie estimation of Invaluable mcclitinc! which Isdestined T. .rifACC\ A SOXS: rofpoetfiilly I Inform the puMio that Ihcy have received their full stock of of,Deceased, Persons:
: They act gntly upon tii*bb wtls. > there sill. bo no Train run 6n Sunday. to be as enduring an time itself. !S1MIB.1K4:' &fc sun:UK 11 li OOI>!S! e""loting of every variety the country can possibly di-mand Cnlftrgcd to any size, and colored btp'iLequal1 .n '
C :. r .*. C. T. W. BYFAX, Aes'l Siip't. *.lIo tetter's Stomach' lifters have proved Our Ooi>dslm\cbeen' enrcfullyseleeted\ and ,,ill\ l he sold at TRICES that will not fail to glee SATISFACTION well M from life. J
( tiicnStudent' Dullcale Females and ,
For
Literary Dee 15th 1860. 4EH1-U C a Godse.nd lo regions where fever and ague 'to tlio! most careful )1.lire'lus'" .. W(> respectfully solicit an cxamlimtlon, feeling snnvutno! tllllt' '
.4 ftll persons of sedentary Imbits; llipy are valuable nnd vai'loui. other bilious complaints have it "Ill result In our receiving a portion of the viMoin of the citizens of Jefferson and adjaoeut counties. Old Paintings Restored and Cleaned:

.. 4 as a Locative,improving the appetite, giving tone SavannMi! AlJxin l S1.A; Gulf Railroad: counted tibia to state their confidently%ictini9 hy that hundreds.tho "Bitters"To ho ., _of.. *..**.. .S Thews stalling Portraits wlll-'plcaw'lcaT\ : flietp
and to the digestive and restoring **. orders Artist{ will not rcmnia during the
vigor organs soot, na our
LenveSaauinnui..e.&t' . . .t1.lSA.M. ore a certain cure far the Dyspepsia and like '
,I the natnini elasticity and strength the system. Arm t at Vn1do. "ta. .. .. .. .5.4t1.M.1 diseases, is to time proprietors n source of un. 0 oca srocK in Att NEW, AND coxsisrs, ix TAUT, OJLnc1.los' /' .' hot connon.We introduced .and bmntiful.

TheCEPIIALIO PILLS nrc tho result of long investigalion I.eave.1..t\ .. .. .. .. . .,>.SO A.M. nlloycd pleasure. It removes nil morbid matter of haIII..jll.t oil colored A new oallud the, -
and carefully conducted 'experiments,, ArriveatSavannauu. .. . <., .< .12.55I'.M. from the stomach, pmificil">tlio .blood, and '" : style Iin\OTVPE which Photographs) a-lmlre.1 pIAl'-
Are universally
having been in use many j ears,during which tlnu! The Train uniting ntSavnnimh At 12.115 connect impii renewed vitality to the nervous system, SPRING & SUMMER]\ DRESS GOODS Views taken in any part of the country nt short
: -: they have prevented and relieved a \Ht amount 01patnandsuflerlngromheadache r with! the train on the C. R. K. palling. at UIO p. K giving the it restoration that tone of and health.energy It indispensablefor : notice. View of I,",{neu houses, or residences
'. m., (tl.131111(1) 11.10 1'. III., (night.) .. operates upon taken nnd colored if desired.. Size 20 by 1 6 InclieA.Ambrotypes .
whetheroii/uia The .schedule tin this Knad: is arranged: so ns 10 the slomach, liver, and! other digestive organs nnd .all sUcs and .ca.
i ting In the ncrvmlS system or from a derniigc'daUt, (I connect IIh tho Pcnsncnla it Ocorglrt! by Slug mildly! but powerfully, ant noon restores them Fancy Silks ; French, English: and American Prints ; Mulninotypes "pr}
:t of the tmncb.e from Madiwn to Vnldosta. 'Thin l Dy this route pnsg to\condition\ essential to tho healthy discharge Jaconets and Law'ns ; Plaiil and Check Ginghams!; ; Call and see Specimens I mncecmbcr

.. They entirely vegctabljj&n their compoiitloindstn I enir* r. leaving, the Talhilinsseo Depot nt 3 p. in. of the functions; of natui'c.Eldcily the Bitters Grenadines;i. S White and Colored MamiHc\ ; I, 18BO., 42! .lyWM. ,
reach SiiMinunh T2.6"; persons may use daily as -
,will next day by -
t. &y betaken at all times with perfect snfvtj T JASPKll J. FULTk"' .-Sup't. per directions on tho bottle, and (bel111find\ Bcrogcs ; Plain, Striped and Checked Linens ;
P. SLU8SEK
: : without making any change of diet, anti the abacncO July 28th IBflO. 2HfRail in it .n stimulant peculiarly .adapted to comfort Linen Goods of every description, &c. ,
.. declining as it is pleasant to tho potato, -AXIF.\C'1'UREn *
deny disagreeable tasto rcndeis i it easy t<) years tonio COTTOXADKS, PLAIDS ANn STRIPES, TIcklXOAPROX, CHECKS BLEACHED t AXD OFr- .
lo t Ibo bowels excellent as a ,
invigorating
t Adliflntsterlhem to chiUlron*... Road Notice: v and rejuvenating: generally: .J\'o have the evidence UKOWX DOMESTICS, LLVE.V AXD C'OJTO.V SIlEETIXtt WISH Tin Sheet-Iron t Wares t
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! ift+**+ patfeMM of thouiiiwls of aged men and women .. SLAY AXD D 'Cli.I.'J::.\; riU.OW CASK! UX .:X, Copper, and s ;

:. .- .c. The Wgonaehbox.genuine hove five signatures of Henry(C. Spuld ,f&vf'rztf* Qif- .. i" who, have, experienced while suffcfrhg the\ benefit from of stomach using. thUprepaiation do- WITh[ @j@DS: \ : AMD [lEMBSpUJSaOFS! ::[ of Every Description.wis -4 WHOLESALE. AND llETAIt DEALttt IN. '

: .r 1 n Mttentinn of Consignees of pood hthe Till rangcinuilsaml general debility I nctiag under ) Jaconet and Linen Hands Dress tAiNlD> OJJJP> :Fl ii l l @E F .
Dimity
i Sold and all li mcdi ( Lace
other Dealer
by Druggists rI"l1l Inhanaec Pon'aoola" kr4 clncs. A box w ill JL>e sent 1 by mail prepaid oftrqocipt '" the rule nil dclelciioiia drills uud fairly tested tho
ejlled following :
ineiils of this nitlcle. A few words to the House Furnishing Articles of
j. .-'' *. of:3tPxloo:the QS ooiats. llule 0, of Tnllaliru;; ee & Pen. and gcrllcr sex. There are certain poilodu when Manias, Hoop S Skirts and Corsets, in great variety j Every Description.
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.- 'I Georgia ,Hail lload( Co. tlftr cores are so )l.r.ra ing that, n.ir.yof; : them .
All orders should
be addressed
to& '" sink under the dial. 1] be rd.itIon of mother Linen: Table ClothsTOMclt and Ui U K IluckSback STOVE HEAD-QUARTERS..
.... In ea-"h } NniUiis Dayl"s ; : > tr and : Diaper ;
: HENRY c. SPALDING; Freights arc pnyablu on ile-litcry ofgoodati.1 and chill M so abaoilingly lender th:.l the Oil Cloth nUll Table! Coma audUlcl'iclln A full iMii'plv alwnysnn hnud of COOIUXO, PAULO .
-i ,. 48 Cedar Strccl NowYoik.TIIE soii( BO \\,111'41 chaigcd. on nitlclc-s lying over, mother, especially ,if bho bo young, I la PIt la English Hosiery.: R niul ItOOM: t Sl'OVJiM.: Cooking Stoves trimmed -
I I'f after the following periods: forget her own henlih in her extreme anxiety! with 00111 n"ss11.1 wai'ranted! to {rive perfect
To Consignees Tnllnlmneo..3 days. fur her Infant. FliuuU the period of maternity ---- .. 'alUfiivtliin.' They can be shipped with. safety')
FOLLOWING EXDOnSEMESTS OF ithin 6 mile ofa d"pot.1I 12: "- 0 dtis' ( and \11111I118 generally nggravatcd.! Here, AND FIRE ENGINES.Rotary .
... over 13: 14d.iysr (limn 19..a necessity fur a Mlmulant to rccupcrilotho -
r _, SiiHinu and Force Pumps, with Uiil.l, >
of the and enuMo Iho > i r
-' This rule will strictly, ,adhered to, and parties energies Astern FURNISHING tiPS
lInes nttiiulicd for pUI'I'I'ln\ Pluntnlion Kiiiii: a
mother to licnr under her cxbnusl hag Il'i,18nll.1 )
f : fur gondsare therewith up?
CEPHALIC PILLS sending re'llleole.l comply
Nuihing niollieii with ,,wntvr fmm wchhse1sterums&o. KngincbiiiokeSta t:>
iciponsihililiei. gcne
,
hll cannot be ucli\cred
or t goods
: ,.- nmdo, to order. .
: 'u"*> rally prefer the bitters: to nil other invigorators -
.. '. WILL coxvixcE iti,wno surrpn TUOMHEIDACHE Miinh2!> 1850. E. UOlMTOUS'.Sup't..! :Otf t that receive the cnduniemctit of phjhlcliiH Of every 1ltitl, snell ns I5roa: l Cloth, Cusin Sliirn, Silk, Mi-iino\ amid I Cotton Uinlcr.II C..5jhl..h:\ AV'oik of every descrIption Joneby

t. : bei'nuso' : it Is agreeable tu tho title' as Shirts::; ami: Drawers, :Seai:) : ft: Tiuo, l',>ikut I (unlkcrcliicJs: Gloves! :Suspen.lcr: &0., &c. the very best workmen. All orJera. promuptlytut.tended '.
well certain to give a l'LI'mell1cnt iuticnto to.
t' of botli'y Hi;! Itrenglh. Unti'iin med Bounet-i, I'ouclie<, Flu\\'e1' *, 11 ill olq1 &<', Talliilmwee" Fct.rn.mry 1, 1800. I-ly''
: All those whom we have, part icil.l4 -
S50w:: l: 'ly refereed poisons. above, to wit : HiilTerirs from :Boots and Shoes, of Every desc1."i ltion. SAVANNAH MORNING : NEWS,

4 -l T fever amid agile, canucd l-y nmlaili, di.nrhaa, PUBLISHED 11Y-
t n1\htC lu ef and Y.\XKEJ XOTIOX-suc11::) as BUltOIlS, BI'ushclI, )011118) Tapes, Tors l"lIucy Soaps
dypculciy, imiij'eiilon, "s nppclite ,I
SPEEDY AND'UnE tvinD) \ 'ruEOD RE DLOIS W. T. II'80X Editor.
CURE .TlIO ,
: all l iliacasct or iliiingcipcnti of tho fctoniach, Colognes, I lair Oils. FUlley AI.ticll'S, l'l'n, P"lIcil", Cllrh&l',
: iiiMilulH, of sedentary
IS WITIIIX TI1EIK EtACU.Al eiipcrannuited and. nut.dug iuotlier pcrsuin, will\ consult LaCtic Daily Circulation in la Sta01 Geurgi I
oceiipatioti
HlfooiRnd Willow! Ware Hardware
SCOVILL & GOODELL'S PATENT !I' Tin Ware Trunks
t their own physieul, vrillnre by gl, leg: to Hoa- cutlery Crockery s
,.. f due Ttttiinonwlt; It'crllIlI.oli.lt.l'W; -1/r. Sjial with Two Threads Doul l tctter's Celebrated tineh bitters: a trial. Itjllil J/i>/cnin7 .Yaw*, >d per annum In advance.
1 iny, thty afford uiiijHeitioiiaula prmjv/t'e effi.I Sewing > CC'l'l'e caution the jublio, agnlnst GLASS; WAUU. NAILS, 1 SADDLr.ltY.) tlmmr.r.WLIIXa: : bTICKS.r06l 3ri-n'ttHly Jfuradsg ..Vwi pnl>lixhcd every Mond.iy -

.eocy nf this truly teunti/ie diacoIcrMASONTILVF / !!. Lock Stitch using any of ito many imitations or counterfeit We will 111.0 ke..t> nn huumua.l 1 n General of <(< suiellut .'AVcdneid.iy nn.lF'I.lI\! : t 14 peP 11111111111"'lI
"pl OC2alll ES Flour
\ !.', but ak for JlnartTTru'M! : CrtiuntTiDSTUMAI ) :$ttgal' Cohl''e, Tens, e.tl1 Xenn:' piiblKhod" every. !illturJ.I '. Ut M
'--ro' .u ISirrEUH. net. ma Ihal each bnlllo, him Ci'imekrs I'tel.I hem. I'reserves. SlIce'. 1'I'I'I''r' :-OuJt. Gillg.I'. 1'11I,1', FI'h I'tuiduen. I'illo1'1,1,lu's. '1'.111111<..'" per annum, always: In advance.
$ Coxx...j Feb.! 5, 1801 More t fa 1000 stifc per Minute (tho words "111'.J. lloFtetttr'Bftonmih l: lle"," S1.IIIIon. L..1..lnl" O .ter81111.1. Sa .hi in's. i ill cltntog"1 tier a it h I he lire'.t ati ely cf the ill riacue l'I'Rnel. TO ADVCltTlSUKS. .
.:Mn. SPALDIXO. .:* '' ; blown on the sldu! ot' the, 1-ult'c! and ttnmpcd, ul t Ihr"'IUS: bust .1''I"'illnn.ever I.r.nhtto; ::110111141"11, with nllY quleuetity l .f '.'obac(". OIllO of "hlcb I. of Thee Jjirgu Circulation of the "Morning: 'Newl'ln

r Sin : -- on tho mctallio cup coveting the cot Ii, saul. v. ry (both, pity and vountiy. mind C'pcihilly i In fiimilio*-.
'a'u.l'J.'rIirIW.:
THE ONLYLOW observe that our IIUogl'lIl.h! jlgnulurt on the < lm\e l.i.lln, a stock of OJ ENCIIU.:! I t'LAXTATIDX sl'pPLJr,.
Its ttivulalitiii than thai of
:I have tried Cephalic rill niul I IJiiily being larger any
.ull.lellt that
your t1f..elililt our lees cannot f.11to\ i iwli.fm.tiun .
S pi gi\'e we upitfullv I soli.Ml I .
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label.
palrunllg. in the :-ot..tt-ren.lo.. It I Ihe best piuttlilo'
like them well that I send G flee trhul. V paptr
so want you to PRICED Jtf Prepared and fold by HOSTETTEH 'is a J. L'lI.\l.'I( i :s,( Ks. diuni fur all those who rvlfli to make their bu.IncM
mo two dollars woith Ap.ll\ :STtli: 1301. :S7: .tc
-. more. BMITII 1'ittsucugh rn. und Bold by nil ly Aid"allt.1 Knou 10th'J,1I"1i\ III a WIIhleh n ill:
"Pmt of these aro for the neighbors, to SEWING MACHINE, druggists, grocers md ilonloi-u generally; hum' the most proniit|' 1III
whom I gave a few out of tho first! box I Offered sewing with Two ThreadsrMII' throughout tho UuitcJ tilulea, bouth America -:_ ._-_ .-_--.-._-- --- --_-. _----_. -- --. .. .- --= -.-._- -- -- :-"I'telllh'r; 8th, 1'J.' 3iHf
and Germany
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'gct from you. '.>i; Machines are thu best inmaiket for funlL at
.Ii Send the Pills by mail, and oblige, ly plantation tine ; and they!, mo So einipluin ty: Fair suite III :Xluiitlei'lhi, by Pit. T. M. PALM I EXCELSiOR STOKE 1I0w.nOSIojOJ.TIO. .
11'; IIl1el Tell.! 1WIIEItT> : l'IIT1' and In \VuikeenuhuICY
I, that be Hcntinto ; l'lIIL.\DELl'lIIA
heir!
I ennstrtii'lion they '
Your ob't :Servant:; may
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; JAMES KENNEDY.IIAYERFOBD families with no other. Iimtrilctiunsthaiiiiio contain ALVilltbAILLIAMJ..Mulch : : u '_ d ,,.t"'N _'._ .4 Riuec'otcu/ InititiitiuH taftlittirj lyiprfialutrmcntfaf E"
cd.] III a circularMdi uiecutuijuituie each nuachl uuc. 2U: 1809A J. Hit Relief.u/t" iiu-i and ilintretteJ.
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-- ni'd from which n child/ ten years old may readily 18iO. nickel mt/i }1riilfiit ami K/iiil'iHie:: JJintiuti, cad
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PA., Feb. a, 1801. learn how to nan and koep them in 01..dt'r. MEL'. 1"cidll"r tIC Cure uf. JJnettiti of tin. Sental
'. Mr. SPALDINO. .//HIpersons need uf good machines, will advane'O U.-nQml. t
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: ...sin : .. their Interest bv, calling upon the undersigned] <:' & CD'S -' IElIlc.T.DYICE GIVEN GRATIS;:' by. the
S purchasing.' tS'Tlicso miichiucs! are ira rsuuut. :1j T\ l' :\ to all who apply by letter,,
Ii" lavish you to send mo ono more box of CONSOLIDATED) LOTTtnV: OF 0 EOIW(A.
Cephalic ed to del good W 01'k. : T. BUD with eleauuhi.tI.iim] i>f their condition, (ago,oeeiijiu
your Pills, Ihctve ,'received great JOEL 1)) COLLINS, Agent.Monlicello Authorized. on. Hijttfial Aetiofthe I.tgntiihtrt for the lion, luibiti" of lifi-, dnn.lm VIIDO ut exli'cinu \I"ueitv \-'
aval. of lencjitfroin them. \ Dec. 17th, I 18.53. 41 buif/it: nf the'a\\ hinijton CflUel.lcaelc.CN.. Mi'illolncs funilblied. free of cliar u,
; .Yours, respectfully! -- ._ -1'L-u._ \'ue!umalIe. Hi'poiti: on Speniintoriliirn and other.
MARY ANN Valuable Lands dhiMiius. I lao t4e'muimI nixans, and on t leo now remodiui. -.
._t STOIKIIOUSE. Brilliant S Shemes For July 18BO, -HAS RECEIVED HIS- einpliui.!, .IIII'h.! Dmpcnsiry. sent to tIed af-
I I..Y W.d Jl U L .L.1 COUNTlle llieted In ."ule.lleItPr cil\.elopel", free of dlllr.-
SPRUCE CUEEK, IIc.\nxtroN Co., PA,, ) Two or throe Slaiiiiriti| > 'rpoiit.ixo! ill huuci'tpUhli.
: 18 1 l&fll I }} :For Sa1o. ItOYAL IL\YAX.rr.x Ad Irt.....r.r Cohort: ur 1I''Utllll'lIt, U1C.J.SJ I.U.V
January \ P : f MIL A El ID y IT K' T :
? s II. C. SrAtDixo. I .['IIC uunderlpueul Sixty:ncrl'Of'r Land,fur, Ijing suit: Five ou thud llnndicdnnd \\Vsl" 20,2-20: Prises .1iiOUi1ifl/) ( to lB ?t QD) ID !Xo.nutoll1'OXctlllg 2 South Ninth I'ta''t.t.l'hllll.1eTl'hla.Siii' e..n, IloMiird aimwlutloii.To.Uy .

:* Bin : side Wakulhi. Ui\cr and bounded. ou tho LIlt order of (lilt Mrw-torn.:
You will pleast send me two IIOX.OH, of bysaidil\e-r fur three quartvi. of a mile. Jt lit $271,200.AVill MDlACIMi:I ALLllIU MIW.&TYLns: IX } lRn.. HE-VlirWELL: I'reiX

your Cephalic IJill Scud them ''immedi w.-ll. timbered. with Oak,. lliekiuy and nil oilierktiiehi Lo \ of woo.l. Two hundred aeivs of this tract UIfuinnioc'k "
ately. I and. Snainn, and. is equal to nnvLmdin ttOYAL s Cit I"M: c : ; { ; ; I 1860.. U

Respectfully. \JNO.'ourn, B. SIMONS.; Cotton Florida and, for Corn.the raining A\great" : of memic t-Iuor:: Ciine I is also, creel jlohhd,euicecu. To le drawn every Saturday. r.ri :(O1kixii! ilj8 \fY'J 1 totiJfxi\ J 0JLilllLi J 1 1 t HQOKSBOOKn! ::) ,

;3 1'. S. I have vied box Pills from the sale of wood ; I um now tending) \nod to I Prize of .. .f 70) 000 :S i 1'rI/i'S\ \II. .$5i>0 .. rI"tII.S U a new feature we have introduced In the
one ot'/Q/lr the bhippiug; ut St Marks, for \\lilili I get fmir dollars I l'ii/eof. . .JJO (inn*. 10 I'li/cn of. :SuO 1. trado of Muntleollo. It U inconvenient.
Gndjliul them excellent.BELLU per c-ord. I have Wood Lnm'ins;-nuJ III tho I I'li/.oof. .. .'*[II i> ("in'0 :!'I'lUesof.) 1111)I ) El\J3E.OJDEE1.IES: :: :: :: : etoo. hue peoplo to Mini l Ioy mail fur every work tiny
-- Landing a FIsh Yard whscre.., cery fair day, fi-li of lrLw ..f. .. 6 1)1)0, tIle' I'l'i/ei of.. til may lIt'e.11; therefore, we have l roir.'fit out a few
Vtn.\o: ; Onto, Jan. 15. 1801. e\try kind ciiubu ciuujht; and lu the runningie'.ison. : 11'I'i7oe of. . 3000 100 l'i,hzt," of. 25 AS WELLS IllS VSUAI.: LAUGU: LINE OrPLANVAXJOIV \olumis of the StandardVoiks of the country.
IICNHY C. SPALDING Esq. :Mullet in great ubiind'inoe. 1 I'll/is of .. :2001) 23 DOO( 1'rUei of. fi and us the cuao may" demand will increase our
Please find inclosed, Tho I'inc LiiuJj have A herltliy gronth of plnoK, 8 ]'..Iz,'. uf ,. I (11)" AWB .f IK'k. Amons our lot may bo foundSleimkespcaur's -? "
cents HEAVY
: .tl\'cnl.fi\'c and may bo walked as a iiirpcntino furm-It being AppfoNluiato! l'ilic, allllllllltlng to $l 8,200. GOODS, i'of tioul Works; :
'. for which send mo another box of your Co- : only two miles!! and a half fi uiu II. \VulLei' Turpentine Whole Tickets u8 II.ilvcs $4 Quarters ]i\ run's Voi tuulVoi'k<;

: tibalioPills.!> .They are truly the lest Pills_ Distillery. 2 Eighths; %l.OITY"P'LANI. ; CLOTHING) BOOTS AXD SHOES, HATS AXD CAPS 'Mi>ore'< l'oetlcalVorks;
have ever tried.rDirect There Is alw new source of profit just opened, ; llomcr'a 1'octical Works; .
A. STOVER P. M. and wliklu" ill nmka this the mo.t vahmldu plae'e in Seut('* ruaitiulVorL, ;
\Vakiilhi. I refer to the Havana trade tte-uiu Il.IJD Jr.1ZI; Coopi-r'a Poetical urk
J Hello} Vcrnon Wyandot Co. O. by o.JOOILEln "GROOEr.IES, ((;!:. ;f
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> hU1l1i twice a month. A IIIlIn with a small fmce liuru'* I'ott\cal\ Work;
'..'v, mi, jht make hundreds of dollars m \\Vnler-niellonn 00.000. N ___ n Id.n JohmtonV kVork:

.... M '=x-ttLY!: MASS.:, Dcc, 11, 18CO.H. 1cadiei&o.: Tlieie In no hi,Iter hind in the world 1 These 000,101 GOOD IX Thel'illarof Fm;
are ai
C. SliUJNGc, Esq.; for the production of theao, fruit- FOil O N E j) O L L A Ji QUALITY and willl.e sold M ,J'lineeof" the IIoucof" ). i
I wish for some circulars or I Iirgo: show Thu rang is iiiexhau.tibli! ) fur hogs antI calt'.o. LJ1 riilCh' as cmllc obtained at any House in Monticello and TheThruneof hand ;
There is a rough firm house on thu place1. kitclieu, DIUWX1M1LY AT 5 O'CLOCK all articles ; And many other work. too numerous to uitDtton.TO&ETI1EK .
bills, to bring your Cephalic Pills more dairy corn h..IUlllall.1 one negro cabin not as rei>re- ented can be returned. -

fiarticutarly': : before ray customers. If you Third in also ou this place n small Vinejar.l]. 73 .\' Mi' 'r.-12 })rcJlI!" POlIO:'. Montlcillo October 13, lIt'). ymrp. BUDD. With a few' of the most interesting ;works of FICTION .

I have anything of the kind, 1.1cieseiid to me. \\ hU-li l>ubuiiiLintly. Clue second ",'ur. 1 bi'lii'tv ,s c u ix B now hifure the Amerieun peo)>llI., Cull at the
One of who is for the culture! of grape: ; and \\luu. miking, uo country --------- of. T. J. .
my customers, HiiKjoct to Any'A 1,00 tIcket ith 8 X.H.OU it, all Jiaa' ft.-'l.OOOa () --------- ------. -- ---- .- new store CUACE 4: 8OXS.Monlleello.
severe Sick Headache: (usually Ia: ling t'o1I1t. can burpuens it. '1" 2ii.000C : Oct. 27th. 1860._ 87-ly
Thiiuluuli1u tract of land U 1I0U'IIII.It'r Iho cun .
days,) tco cure'd of an attack in one hour ; trot vi .lud.;a I). T. Walker nut :Major Juhn Heard ."' "" II"I 0 10,000, i860. Fall and "Winter Trade. 1860. Application for Final DUcharge.

ly your" 2'ills, whith I sent her. who thIt\ OH|1ifet-t reasonable 11 title terms.hould a puichaser prtscuthimself. .. .. 4" 2.500C. 500 "" .'. .',.. ':.'", '. -'. _. .. _. -,,-- -. ...... SIX MOXTlBaftir- / data I shall present! my final
JlcspectfuJly .
yours I 8" '.. andouchen! .
100 Executor: the
a. of estate
>. W. WALItER.I
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: .. /lISt
,W. U. Wlf.ImS. 1*. S. will\ gollh iWnuiu of I a 2'" 31) t Cornelius Jlcll lc\,. lute of .Jcttereea: county. J-
one .
: rxaiiiine any purchaMng 4 Ca Ca 1" 6 J JL&] vea.e.ltii the Honorable Jud e of 1'robate *f said
,ut an y tilll'". tu the plae.\ ,W. P.CLOTlIINa MARYIN
Sali'lFurd) Fla., Nov. 24, 1800. 41.If Is. Any :lpO Ticket Ith II 4eu'wit nu.nli. on county, and a.k to be discharged front the aJinlob-
it ..t.ltion.tO\ "lIIe nut a(many uirtiuiilar oration of thu taid estate. -
r .. t Y'" A .ilngh) ""ttleof SPALDIXfiS l'flrrUF.fJ: -- ]1.llIce..II m 17, l=!t. :2:cl 1, 3d,or uuy other JAMK.S SL RUST, Exee tor.
A GIlE.tTJiLY: SOCTIIEKXOX station the .. .. .. .. January 2Gth 1861. 60.th..
ULUE will u\e ton tiiuen'iu "fo.t atiuually. :lSPALDING'S .lruswiuug.> : CO .
[QL) : [L aRlTAIr'fu1
[ ijli 0 [P Lp! ( : [fl Itlifrvm'. f 1.fOtu any J'l'ift,.at tin alone lialat Fair Warnings -

PIIEPAUED. GLUE .,about 1st June next the Georgia \VeiklTehgraph \. pciIJlai. Li T3 EltSOXS; are hereby forewarned against cutlini
will be ; r.MEMBKlt; : !-If two or noire uWtfJ nnmbeN ]caY Wmi 1. voud or trespassing the of haul
tract
to
enlarged Light ( 1 1 upon
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I ISPALDL columus in the aggregate; making it pagesand56 one arttuLi'ii, and nil! uf laura. Xiunlji. M> selected urjni @W known .its the "Walker 1'lnce. I am determined

G'S rn p.\ItED GLUE I of the Jr.rgo.II'upenlu the w'01'\.1.\. und |>rem.nliiig a t JI'II i.WII uumne.uug ltaimk.Pfly thteTivelve iJinwii Kumbtu, theeileket to: proscrutcany ami every P"I'IIOO found liuspnsolrK!
peif,et lUllm.lr)' of News, foreign DII.Ilume.tle. u. a upon sai.I land. You must,not expect to s1 wood
well as a large fund luiseellaneijiu" mutter. This W thiii'M.liviue puixluiMTS: coo silectCOMBINATION their SHOES without pajing for It, 1L K. W ALKElt.' (>) ,
SAVE TIlE nnCEs! iniijjuitiei'iit ohe"tI ill be published for lie 0 Hoi OWIi Nuiut'rs, March llitb, 1(61. 5-tf ,
ECONOMY: DISPATCH: I tars per annum, in uJvuueealuaj'*. ....... .
trttiteh In Ti"" Sliru XCIIII'' ..3 For the latent no....procure the \C'OX DAILY Hardware Groceries Iron ISTails Notice to Debtois ansi Creditors. t
:,? As accideotr will happen even In well 'regulated TELEGRAPh hleh "ill also be eularge-d. Prier PLAN ; penwuii indebted to John J McMillan! dcc'd, .:
.:. families.Jt U Ten dei>irablct'>hare some chvap aud $$.fw). .-1JJre orders, enclosing money, to the ALL hereby notified to make immediate pay- i
i; onT Huc-nt way fur repairing Kuruifiiro,' 'fu 'I, Georgia Tele'gruph! pflive. Macon. PltAWX nVEUV: D.AT. 4 O'C .UCK. HATS, BONNETS, PLANTATION GOODS, FURNITURE, &c. mint (to the undcr.igned, auil all persons huviug! f
Crockery &::41, Mu"on.1'1'1\ :iSlb. IS GO. t'.tJ'n.1'KIZESs : dbinuiuU aqaiu said deceased will present them

fcPALDIXG'S PUEPAUED CLUEjnceU .NEWSl'Al'KIt OF THE SOUTH. 40,000( )! $::1 ,OOO! )5OOO, $20,000! 3Ioutiecllo9- & F1t. vithiutha!i'l be iilcad time in bar prescribed vf their by rwoicrv.law. or this notice

nll'kach: emfrge'Ucln, and no household\ can I K. K.:: DUCK -JtY 4.1ln'l1.1'Ch -.
10,000 J 5,000 8:?,500 Etc. ,
afford to Le > CUd
I without lt It balaaysteudy, upi 'Tile Cllarl toll Mercury -- -- -- Snd. ISfll 3.8t -
to the.ticking point. t TlCKlri-s'FROM U,'1'0 J10.J3J"Iu -
VSEFUL LS EVERY HOUSED:. Gi n tine cud leitert and! inoet reliable 'iHilitlcal, commercial ,\Ve take 1elcasuremmnunouhieiugtOOtlr fiieuda aud jiatrons, nud the l public generally Mail Schedule.MOXTICELLO I
: .. general news, from all juirU i>f thu the Stock ot
N B-A l h each bottle. Pi'ice : orJcriogTicktU Clove, enclose hat wo arc now H'ccixin'Oi:r '
>ru\ accotnpanie* worbL ,lUwwcuil corrci-rwudentj' furulni""by" Jlai'! the moiivy to imr addreSs, und, oil r"e it -- *
we
99 cents.. Ad.lrc-sj, '. and Telegraph.full aud eat ly ouuUuf; nel'.thlugo will u ud ii bit i I. oi.l.'rr.l bnturn IIt..f I \ POST-OFFICE.

a. IIEKUY. No. 48 Cedar C. SPALDING st., Yew Yoik, interest and America.'flit that tntmpire. lu thy great elliot uf Eu.rOle (tAll fI'ur..hllll('ollllnuul<\\iIIl.IL'U'lItiuo;strictly> write I their,,,0116.1"0IiRI.eljnuturuiluul ; [p'&Lft b\fr "JQRJlJ'8T1 @])@[ ) a.From.UOWi amid: after this elite, the Mail will be clot
k c.ts.'i... tt'tietof tht Svuth rtcelm ifteial uttmliou.rulitically [ and! give their 1'eu-t Oilier, county und bUitv.CfKCULAKS KORTIIERX: 4M.. .
.. ; the Uertury rtireseuU the States Which have been selected with great care: anal attention, and which for \ariety and& extent Every Evening, (except Sunday) at .:I o'clock; ; '. :

t I < A* certain unprincipled peons. are ett>inptin Rights:; r b>tauee element,aud advocates th. union untuiuing/ull[! rxpliiimtiuui of our Scheuu'f etc. we believe to be uiu:>ur}>a.s M',1 in this: vkistity.Ve court an examination, lecllng:; ::1:1iolll'cJ : FLOlUPA MAIL.
to pallO off oa the UD5ui|>woulti'etntion"cliii! public imitation of the Bouthern State in cminUluing. their rights will be forwarded l>y Mail to any one sending us that it will rcbultiu our recvi\ iutg a lair blmioot'iiatronago. .% Every luoraiHg (exeeptpuadu&y.) at 7 o'clock. -i; .
of my 1'repared Glue. I all pc-rsoni laud e.cublULing. their security. their letters will bo nmiled after the boM
t ; and thut la advance . luiuie. In addition to our usual Ktock, we arc also: recgh mij a fine lot ol O.17'S and Jl YJ% tSf'Xa'
; to ezamina before purchasbig lO< tho full Daily Mercury I year, f 10 00TriWeiklv OidvrfurTlckrtiorCitlfieati8by" 1 Mail or Ex I ourt lh. uflice will\ poenivcly,' be opened t.3V_
'n md fy faUiag't' l'r piirod Clue..JiJ: Uonthfnuid I . S iXtnaptr I'r"lillibollld tud.I'e.eJ! to \\ liidi we ofl'vr at mwduratc ratis.I1 .. I'?auy puViiuj on Sunday. .
-.- .flipper; ail others are swindling euatr, seed VM'>M ttf t uh ateouiixntict tin orJrr. ': lli'DCES, PAThS ('0.. *;'" A* usual we :are in the 00\( (>Market.: *. I C. A.: BBAPJXV, FM
t /< its. K. U. RUCTT, Charlctonsg JaDe j 18, If bO.: MacooOorha.* 1 Uctober 21< O. Jy ? J. >F. .i 'W. P. 31ARV1X i, hlllcdln! March 1& IMJ. 1

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