Family friend
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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 25, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046227
oclc - 10573839
notis - AKN4159
lccn - sn 84022780
System ID: UF00079911:00111

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!A --- /or not only in, Shoa, but .also' 1 iIi', Ukamban!. roar, SIJiITL'R.T Put ye you trust,Inl'rovfdenceand. tot your !leg'!in,, Sentimehi fEuropel1I: J1 w rS. ', I
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; $h ; nmil! itl1n "rert'ei woman nobly planned l: two degrees to the south,, and in Uarava, A Heroic Poem-i in' Three Cantos" And foll/w play,where-this'-j.soger-cloak, all streaming_ in Tho Washington! correspondent ;' of itlio" -

To to comfort and command .. ,. 't
warn ; a degree .and,a half to tho, north, of the ,. my flight---- NewYOrkLp-eu.3ayBt: : '!j i'V
: "- EVERT SATURDAY. to arise nerved and calmed trust irOod '( Is like streak lighlalngseon dimolfing (rom the -
PtTBLtSIlED by a ,
equator.' "' Ktt The statesmen"of tho 'S uth, 'Who liro' .
'olght, .Ai
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-amf show tho power of religion to ''In Barava, a slave was shown to mi llo.hol I for Iilinoletnybiavesi 1 hip, 'hip lidrrnli. embarked lathe s ocsslon'cause-' 'rbgrti-d tt ,..;"
SCALE OP PHICESJo sustain and endure tl'oublc-t.he of < *t- ,' ':away, '- -- .1. ..rt". ,. *
. power who accorded with the CANTO I. !
.. completely : desoriptton >what choose for trie\ fit, be J"g.vl. a.i niora1hyfrnbs1Ltharane&, : :.Enjf ; -
tit chargtd bit lit Pr. of Ilorida fortvtrycttteriflion 1 you -why, (
*' Aaiwtuiny if cultivated intellect to carry on steadily the of tho Dokos. lIe was four feet highvery Now'giory t hI' to Uncle Ahe.:nnil Scott, hid lion pelAnil ifiwuisuyr" \; landj'nndthjo: ; other great powers Europe, -' .
course of its duties in the midst turmoil ) 8c\vnnl, the rlghteout! pontlfox! true A'ulos.theCa Now 'U> Uncle 'Abo, and Scott. ,,hi* bully '
;,':'.;4 ADOPTED E1..TUE BDITqnUIi CONTEOTIOrf.] thick set, dark, complexioucd, and ln..t;- .0. glorr..be. : T", .? should not sympathize with, their, present! -
'1 Square, (occupying;tIle space o of 12 Brevier lines,, nnd anxiety-the power of patriotism lively ; and tho people of the place assured Ant glory to the mighty./fleet tletooi1 off Cha'rlee. 'And'. Reward,"the .cook and bottle washer'; ott110, movement to break up'tho ''Am ri aril l ;lle1-
.. 'orleMonelimorUon..Ji.-) ; .; .100 arm ono for self denial. nnd ton Dar, Cabinet .' '
1<'orovery milijoqucnt Jneert!on. .;.. .. .. fiQ hope"? conr mo that he was ofthc pigmy race of thointerior And K'ft the dauntless Anderson to- boar the brunt And glory to the; mighty fleet- that tood! !off! : Chara public. 'To th mo tcf1fet'r.ttllj.op( ..ouiQoTCrnment -

1.4uare8monhs..o.. 100\ ngc. *;. of war. 1 lenton liar, '. has.becn'_ for"Eighty' years'a.
1 ."'.' 6montlis .". .. .. ....... ,.i.. 13 8 00 00 Now is tho period to cast: asiJ<3 fastidious It is not. irupossiWo, too, 'that circumstances The Patriarch sIde in Washington had nmmoncd SIlls to life' i ..\nellett the danntloMAndersoa... to bear the brUnt- continual! reproach and! a'cause, of fear, ,for
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i .> 1 ye.r.4'. .... ....; ,.. ... .. .... .2000S prejudices fashionable follies, extravagant such as continued rains from Mayto squml of Solon, Brilliant men the rabbles joy .._, ....._ the perpetuity of their own 'dY'.1 stfcs.-
I I. 1. <.- ... ... .. .. ... .... .. 2500 vanities, and] emulate the sterner virtues of andother and pubis, Irishmen' True to the 8o tlt. it and t.bcm'a J .
4 U 1" ;.... ... .o..ee..e- .. 3000 January, means, may ,con And BOrne were looking very black, and some were Destroy you give nevv IcasOofpowcr ) -
I column ". .;. .... .-. .. .. ;. .. .; .. 40 00 an earlier age. There is work to be done at tribute to produce a diminativo people ol locking blue Tho Richmond l Dispatch'publishes':\ the } -an unlimited leiiso! iit fact, to bo -
1 .i.; ... ... ... .... ..... ... 60 00 home. Of what nature, the patriotic exertion stunted in the interior of A( The. nation was at Ioggcrhoad. ,and none knew what ( -
} 'l ." .... .. ... ..... ... .*..10l00 : of the ladles of I dcvolopcmcnt to do following ft'Jdrcstr' from the. Iri.sliincii! ViTCharleston tminatednly by their own. follyjMon-! ; :
jEstat* nnd. Legal Notices to bo charged the Charleston and. Atlanta ,, rica.: A priori > therefore(', tho reports collected And littlti light had. yet' been thrown upon tIle to, those of Virginia. :' archyr.nd abr.oluti.sQi would breathe. freer,. .
transctcnt AdvertlgemcnU, except sufficiently dom nstratl'. f from different arid independent .States'affiiiri, and meri .
as of
JK. Mme :! mutually FKLLow-CouNrKTMKN: Being. impressed everywhere, incapacity to
for For Abe\ tlm Rood at uplllllng rails, was bad at I !
?,4r Notice of Dtsml'slon ns \ soldier leaves in his homo
4 which the charge shall. be .. ". 10 00 Many a a points'of Africa,cannot bo directly splitting hal.... with the first and,] great dnty which we: owe govern themselves! regarded\ oven ,by -
,. Advertl'oments handed in for publicationnot roceIfvlnjj family: poorly! provided for-wlroso sol contradicted.. :,only earn must bo taken ,toexamine Then tip AI aro u tlmj, valiant man, Lieutenant (JcncrIScott to tho land\\ot dl mir' adoption intheao'iis] ;hose who havo heretofore believed' '

"* forbid thfl number and charged. of) ln.In rtlons nccordauce, to be, with publishedtill above bour.dependence[ perhaps. ; .was on his daily la .r with caution, the fabulonaelcment I And drew, his'dtford,-.like Philip's son, and!- cut tho p ell..nt' difficulties! wo" lire oarryisig ont their capacity': : !,,.. self government' 33 tan '

cale. I mixed np with what maytbe true1 by native Gonlinn knot.'Xow measures fir organizing .Confederate Irsh established! fact; beyond ,controversy.or,dis-':
waxed moiistoohe ho raid
Let the wealthier daughters of the land ,by this and looked .
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------- reporters. around the group, Regiment for the Rcrvico of the South.: pute.
become almoners to such of their larger In the Sunhili dialect "d And by these lips that tasted once a hasty plate of Jlctict hffe in WasJ the
:i i rtlInitfan go' means crn States. This we must admit is expected toe finer ngton
; portions and\ in relieving'tho sorrows of ""small and in'the language! of Enarea, I I rnAe?! soup my voice for horrid wnr, 'tis just the thing trombus. Let. ua take up the c.iuso ol: I'rt.ncJi, ..11glLsl'rzzssiaz,12u881an; Austrian :.
Z. others, find a panacea: : for their own. "doko" is indicative of' C..rml, ,, "
and 4no and '
= an ignorant an honorable, just amt upright peoiili' '.- fifanfah ..n.ngiaztGnt'8ters 0
: --- Our vocation now is to"flUffcr and ,[; Ion It it is since I have lied a military profl, '
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Th3'Duty of tho Ln: .
strong : to trust and bo.calm,, ; pray and .. .. clack, friends : -
institutions which\ t the American .
\ ol our/ifdll of .Repu&licnnltimo
a silhjcct' our :
We welcome! to our columns tho following be fervent, for those who .are defending : of Life 1 byWmnr.It > Our butte for wooden nutmeg- and glorious Tly- : "
the mouth Uoek0111' *. Mass ac hiusetta! must )hnvo' forgotten very Chcvaiicr Bcrtlaatti"alone! the .MIni.tee !.
approptIatccornmnicatkn, says onr homes at the rik of their own lives. is .difficult to conceive n hat fl.'arflllll:1V-: reverence for a Higher! Law, our Godly pulpit from: Sardinia
i is it.
"Ziola." Let Seoul ; or it possible that ihe turning of : regretting
Southern Confederacy from "O, "'''10"1\.1 In cur homes of eaue. oc this cu.ilom has. made of human lii'o.- rant
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lady read' it aud livciip to its suggoslions. Uncertain, i-oy, and hard, to plmso, Vllh all tho talents which, in. Yankee land- are now I he Cliarlcdtown! ? Convent did not make an Whenever! then, the Southern Confederacy -". irLINCOLN'S *%
every And vsrfcMiiiudieshaduJ'.v ( S.iino (Jf its illC'l.'t'litall'J1\.' ayvi S'I1to defy:) extant, mprosslon, and. often their eyes} to the.true. can manage to stnnlllono, \ ,! it will

often:: We hope- "Ziula" will. favor us V hen tho pain light and quivering lIn ul.h aspen rin-t. !: the nmilei brow I jflief. It has nt times entirely 'depopulated : A gi'MernlioKimo,thing' ,' like me, would find It no great character of their high-toned;: Puritanic: liud. no difficulty in securing' its recognition

A inlnlitcrlng/ nngel t'lou.' immense districts.-! modern n'4't.1I To gallop through the South, and wlnp;the. Clilv- "loaders! Ahl ru, h Know: Notliingismrppt by the leading I Powers"of Europe Such, ,

:,0cn V<. .1tooi.-Ju L now the vocation: ZIOI.A. as'' nncifiit times, large: tracts have 1 been ,airy. by Jinffl"' biilIvU into a lew Keel! !ions of tho Southern at least! is the belief of neutral Southern
chief -
lie IIII.tr.o hero wlioso joy was hearing ,
of the men seems: to bo war. From, "every -.*....._ ell so utterly desolate that one might pass: whit, States from tIle hot.lnvU oftho No/'th. it men of.great intelligence! resident in this

mountain! nnt l valkyoftho South they are A Nation of Pigmies. ruui village: !village, cvt-n from city t<> And drew 11 red:bandana forth, and tped' his warlike was crushed!. in, lIIl'mbrYlby our noble and ',} .-

mustering for conflict.Hundreds city l without finding a solitary- inli.ibitnnt. the phiiiround room n tif1ed, buzz of admiration went, chi\' h'io.I'opll'\ who are. too ,exalted to city.V'o have never supposed[ any. other. result

of women )have already been To the south of KuiEi and S'I'Ialhero w 'The'war'of 1730 ,,'agl'l' in the heart of Vlimi on hU trembling. knect' !- arose the doughty, end tliemseh os to. tho encouragement: of possible.i As to tho satisfaction! itgives

called t'o part {from, busbnnd* und "ions, a very sultry and humidcountry, with) 3iiropc, 1.,1in ono instance no less than: l'rootI" .
"'Now', liy old Andrew Jucknon'i shade, and by the any :clocu'inothat would' have'such direful absolutists to ace our.institutionsIcstroyed '
fllhers1,1, brothers ; and hundreds% more many: bamboo woods, inhabited by' tbe twenty contiguous villages: without a"ingfo oaths h.. nworc, fleets on the prospects of their adopted" : that can no, longerbo'prevent; *' .
;; called 1>nt..rnI1.0 than "WI\1' .nd by hIs hickory click, and by.the tjiundor of his -
I race aro no bijgcr : in
:await d.iy by ]awith fctrnugo coinniing- : nan or beast. Tho. thirty Yl1l1'I' fnorc, How-citizen. cd.] If the Union not "dismembered, .i it .

lines'ot; ; patriotic! feeling for Uu-ir country boys of ten years\! old-lhat is, only fonrfl'lt the 17th century, reduced( population ,nj by the proud contempt he thowcil for Carolina No m'W tis!ever persecuted; in! the South can only.; be held together by force, and thatis

and trembling love tir their relaiivc: the high. They have a dank olive-col- of from J2.000,000, 3,000,000 'gl'Tlt, .
: : Germany J Alld EI1.cIl-h: pnimmnr! ," quoth old Abu, "them's un account ol f hill religious) ,,! h<'liuf. And dour thjmmilitnrydeBpotiRDt. We pro- -.
li.immonH that .will) leave: tluir. Itearts; and ored complexion, and li\o in a completely, three-fourths ; and; that of Wuriembiirg jUtmy spiiliini'iilH.ifont : r .. countrymen nt'mime North forget how for t to Poe' the South clay'underAlexan- --

homes, : desolate.. IJy our quiet heartlnloncsMO \ savage state, like the beast ; having neither, rom '600,000 to 48OOO-mol'o than nie- $diplonmt"-'II'Rrllhlln, gull the Snulhfon.like"11' wily' eager their neighbors were in publishing dcr'Napoleon' ; Fra'ncis: Joseph Victoria:} .

nuwo on" the !horrors( of war: and],. read- houses, teuipK'fi, nor hollow tree, liko 'tho tenths I .Thirty thousand\ villages! were: Vllh l'rollll.c.ulld flummery, with 'tother this and and circulating books, detailing disgusting or any other cl'ownoI11cad-of", Europe, than

iig: 'tlio :account'* vf !its commencement! we Gallax, yet possessing something like? an destroyed ; in many others the population that J lips about e/scaped! nuns, for tho of under Abraham i Lincoln. V.i }
\nd I will launch a KjimTron forth, Iu secret! ,on the purpose
ftitiddi.! tu tliink! what our eyes mlIeo: idea: 0f':1: higher I5cing, called Ycr, to entirely' died out ; and in districts once sea., arousing: the feelings of tho Protestant ., .e -,
.. whom, in moment of( nnxicty or wretched- And reinforce Fort Sumter with 'old hone' and General Scott -
-ro its v1o o. Wo recall long! forgotten luddcd with towns and cities, there sprang bread andchccne sects against tho Catholics ? Wo appealto i _

,Ktidios; of the ruvolntiomry times! told us lies*, they Il'aYtIOt ill an erect posture up immense forests.! Vor DOllt.l. .IIIY. that ";retched alan, whose app)- you for your decision ino'r of the -, .-.;_

'oll'a aI) by T ur great: gl'3l:1l1l\'thC'r14, : \tilt'C'l'I'14CI., with tho head on the ground Look at tho havoc of f sieges.! In that of Ute no'er fuiln, Southern cause and also for tho justifies "Sut Lovcngood'1 having safely'' arrived
in : and the li'l.t ed'ipi-ight against a treeor ibis[. been obliged, for three weeks now, to Inl1&l1 with old Abo in Washington at Willards 4',
:.. whoso: fiiikcn) ,liair had clustered g'osiyrurls support : : Londonderry 12,000 soldiers, besides VAst finger nail, thou of tho position we aro about assuming '
!, arotmd, their brows on th03JlY11(>n rock. In jiraycr} they say ; lumber of inhabitants ; in that of Paris in While underneath his very nose, the rebele sit anti 111 standing manfully by it. Strange scones gives the following racy description, i ofQe.n, ;i-! 5

their brave: fires fought nt Banker's Hill. u\-l'r-It' thou really dost exist, why dost ho 16th victims! of mere cram, Scott : '
century 30,000 Their thronU with )beef,and turtle soup,and English are being developed every day. There iKone
'['ho conflict( nt Siuntcr: will bo jutt such... a thollllHfIIV us thus tnt\ slaiiiVe: do not hmnngerimi; that: of Ismail, 40,000 r of Vi. pens ami tenth ,, of the exiled sons! of' II'elana-who was hI beam noise in the pnssigb: like. the ,jl.roilin .
ask thee for food clothing for we livyon _
Ito[ I thuii for Carolina veterans brave and true, mixed
tnoworaVfl to our tie ; .- 70'ood: of Onlend I of :Metco my ovo a wheel barrcr; up} with '
cpocii 120,000
: emma, ; .
serpents, ants :and iiiunThou hast made ; 'ii hlvh tune that the Chivalry thould learn II received all through the Southern Stairs: !
"-"., p--ro'iinci', ni'i our thoughts! back u:*-wliy"dost thou permit*us to be trodden I 150,000 ; of Acre 300,000 ; of Carh.igc : tiling or two; (as only a noble and generous people know a heavy ttampin soun ; 'I thot hit wor a -
of British under foot ?" 1 swcur J1IY hungry loger boys shall loon have meat Irishman a 'fetchin coats- when the dore
lUi'UuT; i'lIllIHH1im) iri IiUtory, 700,000.Jerusalem; 1000000. and drink, tow,)making preparations to march along

and I'f.-i'l': then1, of lio! civil dissensions of The I)"'kos have".: no chief no laws, no :Mark: : the daughter of binglo. battlc.At : .- I, gallant unouno of M..... Abe, and Fa of Bobby lIi.to of John Bull, heart and hand. tn anb. flu wide. open, and .in cum n peacock', .

ihe earlier I: ptriod l.*, and! in the wars of the weapons. They neither hunt nor till the Lepnnto 2000: ; ; at Austerlitz, .10,000 ; ""0 spake, Ll..kp.the. "..101 mAn eloquent," and hushed he jugato tho very people, who!. conferred on ft'.tthcr fiix f.ot long,' with all ttheUf'izzKtrijit -'

rod al'wlilte: \ rn
to .striru togethuP. But it is no u<
paling trials! that may ,never.come\ or, if climbing trees! and gathering fruits likes at U'jrodina 80.000 ; at Foiiteniiy, 100,000; CANTO II. their societies and denominated military cre'd with' golJ.'lInl.then, bar and wh'iskof34enuff '

lh<,y.ill', sei-ing wo have: Hight on our side monkeys, and both sexes go completely. ) at Arbela( : 300,000; at Chalons, 300,000 of Jli, 'Lwt. a fearful tiling to see,just al the break of comp ni s in respect to him. But Is this: to stutTa bed, and then more' :''gold--. t

and God overhead\ what need: wo fear ?- naked.: They have thick: protruding lips Utila's: army alone ; 400,000 UdlpMes slain lint terrible ilnv, Aryiada calling through Charleston to continue ? No. NeveV again shall the leaf and shiny }buttons en then the'' forrard : -

lIffcl'in.t: may oppress but not daunt us ; flat noses, and small eyes. Tho hair is by Julitu Caesar! in ono battle, anti 430,000:) liny \ up name: of Thomas Francis Meaghcr bo unit hind eve sworard, with Marcy'o\ head on

purify, but not destroy ; and out of the not wooly} anti is worn by the women over Germans in another. iuttnlinns of 1'aliru'tU; troupe| stood marahallej on Cll wit'i, any of' our Southern institutions.Ve lop time haudil ; then a par' of,boots what

furnace many will como forth into a noble the shoulders. The nails on tho hands and] Take only two cases more. Tho army 'u greet the thnir Htmnil Yankee, courins, and to welcome them say let them como, and learn that the moot a bin fire buckets tooted, and theutho'', S

wonrtnliood whoso depths would never feet ore allowed to grow iiLo the talons of of XCKC. says Dr. Dick must have a. on land i oreigners! / of the Southern Stales have hind aihd ovc that odul sworard cum sui>- -
hnve 1 been ilhomcd and developed. vultures and med in for ants monntcd and it tho attendants And banner, waved,and tattoos beat and cannon from time floor wheel big s.j
otherwise are digging to :5,233,320; ; lined the beach, : hearts as true as their steel:l in maintaining: ported by a es .e

Shoi1thk: continue, the Southern and in tearing to pieces tho serpents, Which were only ono third as great as common All reaily to white, when huh I they anchored-out the rights and independence of time South a wash. pan', lo keep tilt! scabbard fruni \r ..... -

beroiiies of '01 1 l' will be no whit'L hioJ their they devour raw, for they are anacquaiutud nt the present time in eastern eon'n.lric .\1 storm of waburtng reach I from thcwky-'twas sweeping \Vo therefore submit to you a plan for warlii out a trailin on tho ground, IUvben -

ancestors! of'70. Meanwhile what is our with fire. Tho spine pi the snake is tho .tha( sum total: must have reached neary from LIe main, ; v organizing 'our' rogiiiieut. There, are 'a hit all got intn tho rumo, and wpr tuck' ;to%. ;sgethici' .

vocation ? .\IIltho answer w: just to only ornament worn around the -neck, but six millions. Yet in ono year this? vast It. clouda was were Iron rain rolling wreaths. of smoke, its rain, great; many of our countrymen already enlisted bit proved I'j'j'ibe.l. JJedi. General'" ft:9': ;.

brii;2, into vigorous exercise: : tho principles they pierce the cars with n sharp pointed multitude, was reduced though uot entirely lightning was the lurid bomb, Us thunder was. in the service of the Southern ,Con. Windfieh.l t Scott commander in chefo CTO i -' .

\,-Mdl. as intelligent Christian women, we piece of wood. by death to 300,000 fighting men, and Of mortar the roar and,colurabiad. brintljng!} on the sandy edcracy, anti honco our,;inability to raise all tlio'ycarth;; an tho
have always professed. Now is tho lime The Dokos! multiply very rapidly, but of these only 3,000 escaped destruction.Fcngiz .- shore; a regiment immediately here. Wo have staitcned up, reached, ,pntu the ccilin about '4 .:. .

to show our fathers t that the education they : have no regular marriages: no bcttlcd i Khan the terrible\ ravager of Asia, A thouDiind guns balls were fluhalng. fire, a thounandwliiitlint' appealed I : to Georgia The prosllccts, are. fourteen fete:" ", ,. <".J I 'I ..
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have: bestowed on us is: not in vain ; that it home each iu perfect independence*, going in time 13th century, shot 00,000 on the Were rullinv. In lot showers upon Fort Suinlvr'abiucki'iieil III'omiKing. and\ it naturally struck. us that NAVY. The Amer. 1

li.-ia: trained oar faculties to self-command: whither fancy leads. Tho mother nurses plains of Nessa, and massacred! 200,000:> at walln.'hey our countrymen in Virginia would bo anx- Scientific' ,
fulllit. : like brave men, { the
) Seventy can"go'od authority-gives! followinganalysis .
and nudo :us the rulers, not the slivcc, of her child only for a s'lort time, accustoming the storming: of Charasm. In the district lonK an.l well, ions to participate in the movement. It HOvo of the tho with
oar imaginations. Now i is tho time for the it as soon possible to tho eating of of Herat he butchered. 1,000,000 and in With wonJrous hurtling skill shell and fortitude they drdg d the '" will appoint a place of rendezvous: : as which\ 'Lincoln ut 'to blockade navy the

wifo to &how.her lnuband: that she can boa ants aud serpents and "8 soon as tho child! two cities with their dependencies, 1,700 Tiidauntvilly they Hazed; away, with not 0 single I noon as the undertaking is sufficiently ma- coast of the Con proposes foucrato States : ..

liulp mate 111<1l>c.l ; uor by idlo lamcntatluna : can help itself the mother lets it depart 000, During the last twenty-seven years cruml) ured.
Tho .
wjiicu the Union must ..
Of dinner console th<-m-uot one cheeilng drop navy upon .
or teitdcr persuasions strive to detain: I. whither it pleases.Although .. of hh long reign, he is said to have massacred of rum ; For" further information address rely tq rpprrsent it .to foreign nations' if itwore -' .
him from the sen KCS or Ha danger.: The thtso people live in thick more than hall a million' every year ; When, caving. /: 'twas linposaiblo! to fact and fight MAST IKISIJMEX, .
: rvqnired' to dp immediately conwsts
much ,
iisler : bid her brother farewell with nn woods and conceal themselves tho anti in tha fIrst fourteen he is more .
nwy among years supposed ThEy strike their flag, and Pouter full- perspiring Charleston, S. C. of wvcn scrcwfrigates: fiyo screW .
*, aching heart: the maiden: plrt' in anguish trees, yet they become the prey of the slave: ) bj hinese! historians! to have destroyed at each pore I -.p .. ;

from her !lover ; but their fervent prayers hunters of SusJ, KafTo, Dumbaro r and Kulla not less than eighteen %millions-a lull wave. hi at*his gleaming foes, sword, looks proud defiance New York City Alarmed. hluopH Moops, four.bidawhecl making a. total Bloopa of but and"oightgun twenty.

Vill follow theru to tho Geld, and throw a : ; for whole regions of their woods are sum total ot '32,000,000 in forty-one years. Then sinks exhausted, bleeding most profusely-at .'
The great metropolitan giant of this con four vessels, carrying 385 This 1'
Meld around them in tho hour of danger. encircled by the hunters so that: the Dokos Jn ,view what a fell destroyer wad! his nose; : guns.
any And foublediiy. Ml longing eye fixed on. the distant incut is becoming, like lldshazzar: a litlluImkey is. absolutely thb entire national:: fleet: of
And when the cowardly arm sacrificed full si'r millions, .:
enemy'a cannot
easily escape. Nal"Jlcon'j'drS thipii '
in the knees. The the United State and other"state.
handwriting on ? : no
. trembles with affright and their diistardly: ; When tho slave: hunters come in sightof nnd, all the wais consequent on thc French : Cullup! !**. with "M)' stomach, oh, my .touimtchm,5 on .
his\lips ho wall warns them hi thunder tones to ment of the cao: make it greater: Withtewexccptior.s -
leader quail at the tramp of our approaching : the"poor creatures, they hold up clothes revolution some nine or ten millions. The CANTO HI. ,
)tn\aro of the hungrystomcchs that infest they arcs. however fine
legions, the tbbnghts of dear ones at of bright colors, sinking aud dancing, upon Spaniards are said to have, dectrnyed' in j.. telegram: U flying North- 'tU pithy sharp amiurt that city. Already ahome guard" of' 20,. bliips.Gex. ,-. S

borne, who cheered them to the 1\I.t.: will which they allow themselves to be captured trty.tWOyUaCs: more than twelve millions -
"Fort Sumter taken-tell Old Abe that no-bod y 000 men has been organized tor the ofcltucible -4.+ a-
animate our soldiers to strike with surer without resistance: knowing from experience American! Indian Grecian war sacilficed !! II hurt" 0 of invasion from Twicos n.\a A PEBSOSAL FPm (
deadlier aim the blow of victory. Talk of that such resHlence is fruitless! and : 15,000,000 ; the war i,{ tho twelve A paula riles the Cabinet they wriggle thrtr purNibu| \VITH PBESIOE.ST:: UucuA fAN.-Gen. Twigga
The devils
chair. tho Cmitudurato<< army poor .
coercion It would bo easier to overrun can lead only to their JeK 1 net ion. In this Ctesars, 30,000,000 ; Jewish wars 15,000-! Heward mutters "eune deep" not loud"-Welles COIIIII'Kiig'thi4, : uion-rrvl crewiZt never rc- 'cotibiderc Mr.: Buchanan's: denunciation\ ( :A' .

the everlasting lulls, or force tho ocean.from way thousands can }>e captured by a mill: 000 ; anti in all the wars of the Komans t.iaetimiy his pray: !" ; < him, just before he l left Wa.bington.'u 'a5
alize t f what have enh.tediu !
Old heels Abe, their royal liege, grows pallid'atthe > m'r purposo they
its ancient channel, than to coerce band of hunters, and, once captured, they before Julius Csesar, 00,600.000; the wars uews the Huime J.:1I"\'I1.\ until the f'amino pareonal affront. He therefore, address:

those who fight for Liberty, Justice, Truth become quite docile.In ut the Ilomaii Empire": the Saraeenen Uneasy twitch the nimble futt'.with, his nimbleshoes stalks abroad, through, the N ol.tlq then ed a J letter to Mr. liuchanan, after the S

and Love. Were every man shot do6% inV slavery the Dokos retain their predi and tho Turks 00,000,000 each ; those of: All downward, through WuplDdle ,bank,a nervous their services will bu required to J latter haJ' l'tire:1: from office, dated East,... '
suppressbreath .
our ranks, there would not be wanting women lection fur 'feeding on mice, serpents and the Tartars: 80,000,000 ; those of Africa, tremor flows and their Pa ':lIgoul." ilarcii 30, holding him pertionally .

$ who would fcued their heart's blood ants although often on that account punished 100,000,000 1 "If we take into conrndera- And futt toe the; courage ooze from the hen,'. valiant. (tuning: riots children prevent t'rruv-making perhaps forcible own en. responsible. ia the following' lan.; ;

rather than submit to the base invaders of by their master, who, in other rescctK lion," sayS the learned' Dr. Dick "the numbers UUhair begins to stand on end his eyes are fu'1 of trance into the vault ol Wall street banksto giiago; :-.v*.. -

: of oar soil. As however: there U no prob. |> are attached to them, aa they are pot only of those have fallen: i ia! battle dread "Your usurped right! } to dismiss me Irointhe" I
Already in the streets he hears the Southern cohorts obtain that by force which they are deprived
f :ability (I almost wrote possibility) defeat, docile and obedient, have tow wants, anj but of those who have perished through tread, of in of the reckless! army might be acquiesced in, b t011

"'* ,we can be content to protect ourselvca at enjoy good health for which reasons theyare the natural: consequence of war, it will Already through the White Huuwi gate he sees the of constpience had no right to brand cio as ,a trait .-
bubjugatioii encouraged a corrupt
legions by
..; _"borne. '' never aoU us slaves beyond Enarea.As .- not perhaps: bo overrating the destruction Already dreams pour.their battle-axe Is thundering at peoplo.' New York apprehends no This was personal, and I shall treat i it aa

"' ..rltba'gooilMea.IufHct: i it ill essential, disease are unknown among them they of human life, it we affirm that one-lenth his door. } such, not throogh the papers, but in per. -
i Already feels.l fierce eow-LIde boot ftseaU him In h.rar danger from an invasion, and its all balder.
'' in such times as these that women should die only of old age, or through' tbe assaults, of the human race has been destroyed by dash to talk about it. Tbe capitalists hold son. I shall, most assuredly pay a visit to

understand the use firearms. Everyone of their enemies.It the ravages of war ; and according to thia And find*.alas the seat of war uncomfortably near I Lancaster, for tho sole purpose of a personal *
f- ilicllaedto and the bankers 'fearful 1 ol
"Mow if.: be crle "luy councillors ye ire ing grain are
in her cannot be decided whether these estimate than fourteen thousand millions interview with So, sir prepareyourself.
; who Las a gun h.1se.' or can pro. more flee, invasion into their souls, (pockets,) there. you ,
the who according to have been slaughtered ., For 'tis not one who'd like to face the Chit, I well assured that publio -
V.care one, should learn its use. I hearJ1 J)okv* are pigmies of human being ( every lore .thousand armed men are called am

:yesterday, from a friend in Tennessee hith. Herodutun, were discovered near a great in'the wars since the beginning of the And. if airy the prospect) of a fray should fill yon with into, twenty requisition. In less than ninety opinion will sanction any course I may take. -

:;:::.erto a most nervous, timid person, that she river in tha vicinity ot tVutral Africa by world" Edmooil Burke went still further alarm will flaunt from with yea.&a (. :-
"Bread Blood"
1t demand Captain who will Uad jon out of days: or ...
this knowledge tbough the two youth dUputvhed by Etearch, king and reckoned the turn total of its ravages -- -
was aocjuiijng harm { banner, and then "we'll see"what, 1 A man's good breeding ia hid best security .
hoped never to bavo occasion to apply it.- of iheOasUof'\ ; yet I oaq bear from the first, at.po Ices than thirty-five\ Pack. up,) your spoilt, and while the Gin'rel ?keep i we many will tee.' against otber people's ill manners.N; ,. .
Is th I hVard of those little 'people thousand millions | hif'eabay1
,, when danger threatens
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; I efferiwn _hallenHer.Btttt.?:' State nt-thin- time;' hive -done- }nore War, News. iovemel' p the sU': ,of Kentuckjh councii rev.al. and no blood} :'bo"

M lni1 ; lr::righi nobly- ,}has" the county ,01! than one million dollars of business tin the r f anl port, post; of tpiac'ithln 8ed. iS.": :,*," .
StAt *challenge*ftnr good citizen to thtelitnlts. ofKentncky by any, :of '
; : <
:{ (tondcd to the call,"To: Arms!" produce *a person in the Stale,Ynore.'genprully WAsnrNoTorJfayisth.T11eCahabaari : 'steamer the forced ofth&tforonait1 States, for any f Gene Scott, ..

,' '" d the,un'i iri tho jglorious cauno j of known 'or whose business hiss! ,be'er d .Id'-dayf: states' that the whatever-'until authorized! to'do 'The 'nl that
purpose : Petersburg
g steamer Harriet Lane is the
says n
,J t tA n'aria now' to maintain;that-decis. more usclal to the people of the State and so by tho'Legislature a/iA.Execulivc. lleman gen.
entrance to James and Elizabeth rivers, bf that city saw Gee
:It l has sent her sons to do battle on more: correctlydone John Young1 Brown wii1r4\s, not, desiring \ '
the and the
Monticello York river Quaker
;. :t' field. Jefferson can boast ol I ask nil persons who may: hare published a scat, .in Lincoln's last Saturday, says :
underarms for the defence of the those libclons cards"referred" to, to pub- City K08sWinans, Chesapeake, has Bay been .'released' frontconfinciuont'ntFort A British Teasel'Salute the lie w (.complete wreck.' ., fnfirm, gouty
lisb this all and overwhelmed with the
of the
-- \ my reply !papers lashing of
,I. any other county in the State, Stale, in fat of of,truth and justice, will McIUnry, upon) his I Confederate Flag( guilty conscencl he has become n sort ot 1

t'fiJt rtion to population, more than please copy C."II. BLOOD.[ agreeing to do'nothing' hostile to. the Fed- I CiunLEsTOjr, May '17.-There Is no terror nl aroun.him. His AiJ:' trem.
cral Government.1'IILtATaIPIIIA.- blockade here. The British Sir ble in his and Ins
in the Confederate Stat 8.We ship! presence petulancy pre.
It will be seen from the that. The
foregoing 18th. steamer
11: ,! -
Allen Capt. Chapman, o'f Liverpool vents him from giving .
any one a, civil
population' about six bun this man'Blood charges'that we have pub Yankee is reported to ho off Capo Hcnlo- 1(1aM this morning, 'and l in answer. "Old Abe," it. is sid, is abso.

t we have sent some two hundred Jished a libel against him. We pronouncethe pen, with prize steamer in tow. passing Fort Sumter fire.l'l salute totheConfederate Intel 'afraid to go near "! and Feath.
"flat" Siatitui t to do'Lnttlo for their ST. Louis, 18lh.-The Federal authorities salute answered he latter has I
country assertion a palpable f. lsehood., We with flag. The was era, as forgotten and
\ is not all that can be done.' If know nothing about the origin of the telegraphic have taken: 'cannon, a from the Fort. never will, the remark of.lncoll to Rev.;
::; F. n. ? : qirnity of pistols and amniunilioti from -
This is the first foreign salute to the Dr. Fuller, that he was le
Jefferson-CIIn furnish hun "Scot's
one item the Tallahassee them alla8
1Ji., that appeared in Police Commissioners and have sent
: Southern flag in tho port. of Charleston ter. Scott, who was present timo
S men, good and true,to give ,News, ,but its author is: an honoralli to tho Arsenal. harbor. of the interview, managed to restrain' his

tho cohorts ,BALTIMORE 18th.-New batteries arc .______ __________
) -m. ofLincoliv mall, and 1 would place nothing;: on record ____.. .. passion until the Doctor and the members
mornIng' a special train but'the'truth. Wherein then, exists 'the being erected at Harper's Ferry. The The Ressilt of tile ,\ppronrhln/Con- of the Young men's Christian Association

I SATURDAY / at our depot 'from Tallahassee libel ? He certainly will not deny' that he steam Postmaster\ mail service General in all intends the seceded suspending States.Ringgold's fa't. left, but they 'had scarcely cleared! ,thi'oroom
An intelligent writer in the 'X Orleans ho
before I let
.t Bird e\ out On Lincoln. At'
to 'Capt. D. B.
a dispatch au
ADVERTISEMENTS MUST is an adherent totbeprincipo of a consolidated Artillery was grossly insulted Delta the
of ) time it
speaking appointment! one was thought that
NINE O'CLOCK, him to repair \by return train, to government! as promulgated: by the in passing through Baltimore' to-day.: It on the Confederate side at the Navy Yard, Seward would have to interfere Cameron and e

with his Company, tho "Jefferson old: Federal party." If he docs deny this, is reported that the Virginia! troops will I and speculating upon the result of tho np- a personal collision., Scott raved prevent liked
Iroml\Jor'land\ in accord-
be withdrawn :
CANDIDATE : as'' also Capt. Girardcau's preaching conflict : madman and told Lincoln
: he certainly aware that wo can produce i says that Loas'
# WfW are Bntlioru-cil, to the "Jefferson Rifles," nnd Capt: sufficient evidence to that, he made: lance with tho remonstrance of Governor It does not strike. me, however, that, stupid, fool, a mosteonsurnnate.: ,ass, ami-" 1
; CARTER AI a Candl>)nt prove I licks.WASHINGTON. -
4 mortars bo efficient Piekcns
con as against lavished sundry other choice
at the election to be Cavalry company, the "Jeffer such admission in few weeks Tho epithetsupon
County our office a 18.- foreign diplom'atio against Sumter that
as were swing the devoted head of his .
they "legal m
., CANDIDATE ." Capt. Bird's Company had%: ago.. And what docs the principle of consolidationcarry : corps say that great anxiety is manifested is no wood 1 work on tho. former-no ter."' Our informant states that ho :
'" ,
IT We ere authorized camps for several days, and conse \ with it ? the right of the by their Governments ns" to the quarters or barracks In the interior of the worked himself up into such n passion finally:

s TINE CLEM as a were ready to march, but the mem- Federal Government to coerce the Acceded result of the present contest, and\ think, fort, the men being lodged entirely in casemate. that his nervous system could no longer
b fan County, lit the election Gh'ardeau'nnd forced to takes sides, they will have to .". The ten-inch must, after! nil, stand shock and he
Captains Partridge guns was conveyed to
next. :States:) into submission. Mr.\ Blood admits look after their Cotton and Free Trade.
do the work. Can
reach the
they nt bed.
CANDIDATE }' were widely scattered, and it this right, but doubts the "policy." This England< is disposed to move carefully, the distance of mile and four-tenth wnl II

4i. 'trWe -AiithorUed to get them together pre man was, and is opposed 'to the secession trying to make France take: the Ica<< .- they can, the result: is n certain thing ; for BROUGHT'UP'STANDING.

"W1LFORD a** Candidate \ tho departure of the train at 10 o'- of the Southern States from the old Union. Lincoln assembled his Cabinet in great it is evident that even with As the late : :
thci' we proceedings in
election in 10\\1-11
at the ,
County haste this morning. Seward sent for Gen.
Consequently only a portion of the We challenge him to' deny these f facts; !if Government. deal with artillery they can never IhcBrilish House Commons have startled!
Butler. means to :
a CANDIDATE- were able to off. On Thurs well masked! and covered as the sand: bat- the adherents of Lincoln. The New York
get ho docs, and we do not sustain oursclf, then Missouri in tho game manner as they }have
t3y Wc are Authorized! and tonics which Bragg has thrown on the
T. H. HURST ns a however, the entire Cavalry will we plead' guilty of having perpetrateda with Maryland. [Over-awe them \by a main land.: These aro far more to up be reliedon Impress thus significantly chronicles tho
the Parana.Important .
; ion County,at the election In were in the saddle by 5 o'clock,I libel. Mr. Blood need not attempt to military 1YI'nnl1The] Federal Governrneiit than the Forts Mcllca arfd Barrancas: news brought .
.E'tqfiwnt.Via. St.
CANDIDATE FOR their way to Tallahassee. The re shield himself from suspicion by parading have concluded! to take charge of the which f'O important elclth' as links,, in a I Johns, X. F., the telegraph gives an abstract .
Hamiibnl &
rnnneedasa t* Mr. DAVID candidate W of the "Rifles" followed 1, in the i before the eyes of the public,his thousand: Lincoln! has St concluded Joseph: Railway.to appoint Collectors general (hue of ( : I'ntht' t than as I ofa very important debate on American

train. of of land. Wealth is distinct fortifications.; McUea is i important ..affairs, :in the House of Commons
; of Jefferson County, at the I acres no shield against of the Revenue for tho Southern 1Iii"h
October next. of these fine too n the chief obstacle to tIle en the sum nnd of-wlnch i is,
Companies, arc I .
ti cason and penalties. The ports! Mho shall collect duties aboard of
pool trance ot the which will
; fleet doubtlessmake
I that, in regard to the Montgomery Lett.
and if in conflict
CANDIDATE men, brought er classes in Florida;arc equally as loyalto men-of-war. on eflbi t tP pass within the harbor ters/ of Marque and the Southern
} Reprisal
We authorised to will reflect honor old I Lincoln has authorized: P.miel, E. Sickles
4S IT are enemy, upon tho South as tho rich. .when tho bombardment! begins. The Confederacy must be recognized as af r.f'
q 'LIS as a canditute fur Clerk of New York to raise a Division of ten
j** Jefferson Counlyat the II. They number as follows : This", controversy is none of our seeking. thousand!' men within sixteen days promising Powhatan, with her one ele\n-ildl- and Hgmtnt. That is the opinion of the Attorney .
i 45- 04 twenty nine-inch guns and the Brooklyn, tho law
bernsxt. Bcauregards, men. We have Mr 1 General officer of tho
brought against him (
no charges : a Major Generalship.
with her fourteen ht-indl and
------- Rifles . .* li her two Crown. ,
'd ,11-1 Blood other than that he The diplomatic anxiously watching
t Mcctloll' 011. -\ was a Federalist, corps ten-inch, and the Sabine, with ten eight Now, this, i is but the recognition simply:
Guards," .-. 00 and if for this his attack is made the! conrof! c\'ntl I is rumored inch and
There ,will be held upon us, forty thirty twos a far of an eist1UJtll but the real importance.of
Court House in \ arc ordered to the coast to ro he certainly has planted his 'guns upon a that Franco has an agent traveling: through more! powerful; and! ellectivo battery: than I sldl rccogniinn' just at this critical

invasion that. bo made by th tho, South. Picken.s. lint lying outside! of the Hud: : ,, the
may feeble batteryand ho is warned in advance' in comfort will
the !
t. nesday for Provision and stores .from thin West, i
purpose '
fire be
army. thei' wOlh inefl'eetive. If so dar give: to JelK Da\il&CO. to know that
that shall be dismounted.
they bound to have been stopped ntJm'pI1
nnd for the
means Balimul'o D. D. Porter ,
commanding bo
t countenanced in
:I tho foregoing was placed in l they Il'a'to anywayat
: type, \As have said know noilingvof : .
of absent soldiers, and we already we J'erl' the Powhatan, has his way, an effort would I all.
: that Capt. Bird's, Company ha 3 tho origin of the telegraphic item :xl'en\ett' \ theVnr Department are "cryI'obally bo' made: to the Moreover to it
: A general attendance: 'fears of sufficient \ carry fl'l.tiltl recognise a"'bcligt'I'lt t snow
at the Light House, below Tallahassee Mr. Stockton en01'11\011 mil raising the harbor: but in doing NO the .
: Jeflcrson is &solicited. forwarded by : the Ii\.s we suppose mu l "' an il.dilntion
to on are arising. \ a
\ Capt. Girardcau's Company at.I.. nl'nn carry "m' would near McRcn, which, \ I '
I ...... but tIe following, which appears the Ma Brigadier Gen. I Hare of Massachusetts: pass very to "recognize': the Montgomeryadmins
% and tho "Jefferson! Guards,', / rake them from bow to stern,, and then t )ration: n* lie Govet ninentby.aridhive.
Patriot of \ 10th the and Baltimore 1 farto
riani/a .
fir Wo call May, over sig. a prominent actor at Annapolis: ,
< tire.It .
S "
'vtrtiiemcnU of J. B. ; we understand,have been t nature of -A Volunteers," is somewhat reniarkablc is becoming dissatisfied, he haying: CIO they succeeded in passing McRe.1 "To that comple.\5on"! (itcCI'taiuly'lvoks
in Tallaliassee that been ratk and is as if i) "must cumetit:
to protect city promised a higher disappointed. -
paper. It will be seen : they WOIllla\'c to head: right upon: Brajrg's last." _

cash only hereafter, but ,!!1 There are slatlonei I notice in tho last Flondian & Journr Tho; Wilmington, becoming! strongest and we Jo not bcv'o!!: TTO other Mgniflcr.iit: facts nnr.st bo noted -

___ ___... harbor of St. Marks: some seven an attempted refutation, by C. II. mood, mutinous troops,-tho the any would live through such a storm in t this connection.

GIT" Wo are and if tho Lincoln troops shouh of a charge brought against him in the! bad faro they receive assigned; ,the reso'llling Massachusetts \Vhene\crtlieeonflii-t commences I believe I 1st-Thie arrival, at this: port (in the'
to obtain will Semi-Weekly. News P. A. Stockton.- it will be the. severest eu-r on thiicontilllt A i ) of I'a bearer: of dixpalchi's fur tl.u
T. to inform the public, a landing, they re by 7th regiment on Fiidny: night had a mock IOIght I ago : ;
that tho !) certainly one iu \ : a larger: I. Southern
reception. Thinking friendly tone of this 1'0'1ly" funeral over their junk.Tho I Confederneytn.iicsofl(7'J'f1i : : ,
Fence, on military duty, number I of will engaged tli.m in
work tho of guns JI I ordering of British!
may our )
of the hurried concentration upon New York Tribune i is I
are in tho hands of J becoming battle): recorded our It will I
people, and causo him to bo lauded, who any history. Squadron' to the coasts of the United
$ will attend to any at. that point, was owing to the deserves our contempt, and merits at least alnl'lel. mil say 1 that-Virginia is lull of be, too, so far B the enemy' is concerted, avery I II States.Momentous.

; ..... of a dispatch by the Governor, tho vigilance of our citizens, I have thought troops, a'mel: and] equipped. fruitless andll'lfitlcll) saci'ifit-e. They consequences hang upon

t m--On Thursday: : ) I 'ct. that the Crusader and several it my duty to bring a few intone facts \before : The Steamer: Montieello Bnalded will bu Pllctio. I I[ these brief but important nnnoiinn ment*,

: t ,to,a buggy, took fright, I S. vessels, were about. to enter! the unsli picioUIi. A nhoit. lime wince, by a Virginia Hattery.. 1011.nay a, point of honor, if not which hit gn to show that. thu near future
while on his' fl'ol1tho ChattahoocheiUivcr : was a 1lel and u sentiment is bigger and with
run throwing tho (: 1 for tho purpose ot destroying way May 20.-Tho Battery at growing bigger august
away, eleven."f nWIIMW. not ( the : '
met a little girl and asked her 'ontninl'.ll Jincoll'ocalJl \( ., hi.story", at.a rate which
negro boy, the property \ ) : came within their reach. where her father was ; she, told him tji.i Suwfll'ri Iuint. on Janus River, about lary.Vliat: can it profit them( to hold onto t might make Clio. hcrlIlf turn pale !

; and severely breaking that tho- "Jefferson/ Rifles'' ho was a volunteer, and had gone to IVnBacola. eight mil's frol N ol'lolk'ns fired upon that foil and tho little !spit ot 1JI'el.I ..._--

-.. 4 I a few days, bo ordered to Cedar lie told 1 her that he hoped he on' Saturday and yesterday by the Ittarl'r.lol.trdlo. sand U|>oii which it stands? Pcnsacola ha:I A Sel.F113[ IINTORY.-Tt: is : rir-

527: Tno llome : : <1the "Jefferson Bcauregards": bo would never return,, and that all the volunteers .with'rIte llattety effect returned tIll lire no commiTi't' that would suffer from 1 I t"lnltall'lollwhnt! 1''IUlklllthat I ; Virgiiiiii -
I would be killed.<< If this is not insulting great eoiiiplvtelyillicibling blockade. All the ships of a large I I I : wns the eighth tnte'ofthe
cd in)Ionticelio, on at St. Marks. the steamer, which made signals )ha\o the harbor cl1 tllit1
: seen in
to those who espouse the causo of tin entering : )1'11 t I to give its adliehion to the }
":.L tion ot E. E. ; < S South I where will you find a man who indulges of distress. The Fort Monroe steaintngs (1-055 of' England. They will hardly !h.1 !'t ltill in I 1787, and is nOtl'e.1'I'al fijrhth:

_f& Bailey, 1st Lient.. ; D. T. and that "lihelotu" Charge. in stronger language: ? came immediately-to her assistance and I interfered with. 1' t'y'l'/1/ never 11:10: to 1 State of tho South to secede from(It. But

The company will meet very much to bore our read But this is not. all. I have heard him hauled her oft retake the Navy Yard, or to hull t what is mol( her recent reluctance: I.

i' to-day. Lieut. Bailey personal controversies but. as it i is harranguo n little myselt; and not knowing Federal Steamers at Half Mast: taker: leave the Union was.only equalled: by IUr

,,; drill 'the company. at this: time, that truth and] jus- anything about Blood, except fl'OI11ICPOI't. Bombardment of Sewcl'd Point Character of our. Enemies-A.. -,Minister's O'i iolaln\'eliol to becoming n 11'of il,
I ho Southerner and Constitution that ,
thought ul.lel'
vindicated ask in. was a was Pocket was '
: ....> we your )
Hen'well Picked for ratification.
disposed to be very lenient toward him ; The CO"\ntiOI of 1787
rfs To the I but since he has Wiown himself tho traitor, RICHMOND. May .- Federal vessels A New York correspondent! of a Sunday was composed. of Inl'lhl'rlt. a majority of

'!1'1. The men of Jefferson bo borne in mind, that on the! 4th I am determined that the public shall have on the Potomac to-day carry their paper tells the followinir, wMcl 'exhibits I whom were elected jo reject the Federal

... to tho tocsin of'war, \ we pubjished the- following item the benefit of what I have heard from! his colors at half mast. It is supposed' here the cbarai ter of C0!. \ Regiment Constitution ; and it was only after tint

tt; left behin destitute : own lips, during a conversation! in my that Senator Douglas is dead. : t-laiNc ll'I'Jal'illg: that "I h\! power gruntedunder I
On the of The Federal steamers Minnesota and "A cood story i is. told of ex\I.lermal mttinit
: presence. subject volunteers being' derived
taken care of-they !' t I Inst 1'. A.Stockton, of trie- )
Tnllahs8IIee) : "A man by the Qulncy nninu Ilf he said, and strengthened the language by Monticello,, renewed the bombardment of Billy \Vllltlln'II'gil\clt of Iitlockl'ls and. from the I'opl cf the United Slates, 1 boresinned

ney, wherewith to pirate,passed through here last Frldnj a vehement)esture, that there were not* the battery at Sew ell's Point. to-day. clY'ngnt'ol.ll, who are t'Il'UIIct/: : I / !\I \' whensoever!' the vamo

of life' Men\ >of means and comfort to those deserters from Ten spears enough from Nova Scotia to the Another Prize. 01 tntt'l Isl\11 A patriotic m cergl\ shah bo pei'vei led to their injury and op.h

rescue, and perform this here lie used the most Insulting Ian remotest south, to make him take up) arms got his congregation iu Brooklyn contribute prcssioii, nnd that ,every power not granlc.l:
the South-he'vill need the alien CIIARLKSTOX, May\ 20.-It is reported of
: cut is no time for ; citizens." This man Blood halls from against tho Federal flag. He then compared liere the clipper ship Ocean Jingle has been for the qnit. a'lilo of money and, ,his last Sunday, thereby, remains with t Into at their will,"

;.. are-in the midst of ,and lien old blue Fedt-ralinl. Why ) North and :South:! to two men, at captured, and bl'onght.mto. New Orleans asa Ho waited the'Vliol'Colonel' : crowl.- was; ins"lh',1 in tile'or.liUlltU) of rmi'a-
cItizens of Qulncy draw Blood's )blood 1 Y variance with each other ; South as being upon at camp I tion, that six or more If the niajot .
fish ness roust succumb to : it will be tel higher. spirited and more impetuous tharNorth {prize of the South\1: Confederacy, by thoprivateer made. him a pretty speech, full sympathy, to the measinc consented to >otc for p.jiosed
seen was Citlhotm.
: patriotism. The poor South was determined to have: a explained the purpose of his \.lt. put bill I it. E\'el with this accession Ct" ttieitgth:,
1: ,not suffer I Rather by as responsible and reliable Bgot unytioio, and North warned him wot Illness of Senator Douglas. hand in Iris pocket to take out the gold- the Const uution: was carried only byniotuof \

nabob ot 'Jefferson, I lives in the State ot 'lori.la-P to strike him. Regardless of this, south CHICAGO, May 21.-Senator Douglas i is Lit it wasn't there Ho full in the other 89 to 1 Clwrestc CQur .,.. .

.: the noble Morris\ in the : Esq. A few days after the knocks: north: down, and he gets up, still better, but not out of danger.: pocket' -vanished "Never" mind, Colonel .
: ot the foregoing item in the very cool and tells him not to do that again North Carolina snid our divine, &>Me of your loya On list Friday, our quiet town was: dls-
tion, even though, like News the Journal ;. but south heeds no such advice Out of the Union. have yot it ; it is all the same." Tho fact: Imbed, by the appearance of smoke, situ
be last abode. ( it first ap- MONTGOMERY\ Governor being that the reverend of fire
your again he tumbles him. North gets up and 21.- Ellis gentleman's pockel th cry which proceeded from t/io/
t. that try men's souls." ) Mr. Blood published a card in tells; him plainly, ifho does that another lelegraphs, to President Davis that North was picked before he had Ll'l on the burning of the Railroad: work shop, Just

holds from tho is : papers, denying the charges time, ho will get good flogging. Down Carolina passed tho Ordinance of Secession camp ground five minutes. This story has out of town. Such was t Ihe heal of the fins
,. man, and deserves not the him. Wo neglected to I south brings north again, and.the engage- o-d.iy unanimously leaked out sliiy, and makes a laugh bere.- whel first discovered. that it w'avtound: impossibly -

card, and the consequence was we I mont ensues, which results in the whippingofsoulu. ): Lath1 /cJthem Confederacy.Affairs I to arrest its progress. The work

.S. .< -. laws. letter from Blood Ho said that was the way- \with f.Oli Uduuom1 1101 proved :total!loss, with 4 111t'cight
insulting RICHMOND I :
; Let our citizens follow the t\v\ sections and it mattered not what May 20. :I-.Th cannonade at Harper's Ferry. 'art oak lumber, tools, A-C. arc not
of at the
retraction of bat.
us a and
: that noble old patriot, i any our success might be in tho first instance, Sewel'ldut. The I infol'Qetll to what the loss will be, but
tory and kept' scv Harper's: Ferry correspondent of eAleardt'ia
ed o'er with the frosts of we published against him. We the north would go to work cooly and Wn up IreslJe aliout $5000 dollars. U was:
eral hours. Sewell's Point is )
; ? Nor- Gazette
near : ,
attention to his: Teller; and the systematicajly, and would give us tho worst writing upon the ISth n work of an )-.-/'.
Daniel Bird folk. The number of shots fired
Capt. were about instant }
)hear from him is the whipping that one nation ever received pays: 'lrhlill 1 6t/i.
4 \
and the .
fifty .
Not content witb sending from fling'ns until ..
in the another. Tie greatest activity prevails here, and
Sentinel of .
battle Tuesday tllk: But one on tide is wound'd. Irons
I. for
their country, Florida between this Cur is Ellinuc
Judge ye, men : Some taken to thePoint. daily increasing by accessions Lord Dei
I if Florida is tIre Despatch in the News heavy guns were from of tho by expressed a hope, in
pose, Serni-Weekly every Active tl
TALLAHASSEE last night. A largo of par country. House of Lords
May: 19, 1801. body troops I. that the forthcoming
and his
to the believehat measures proc
reply are to make
rauk although enfeebled same. verity il progress the
HART J .at ,'al'iollllIJOints are holding themselves lamation: the
III] ineadiuess by Government ill
'., time and the ho is an Abolitionist at. heart, for his place perfectly secure in thn event of an \ give anemphatic
fight by : Florida Sentinel : whole conversation showed to.march at a IJOlelll's notice attack. The hills waining that British subjects

"Vbtory or Deathn! :-I notice a card published iu he affiliated with tho plainly North,and the,sooner that I is: believed that. an attack on Richmond} aro strongly fortified surrounding with heavy tho batteries place join as privateers, or become involved on
'.Jallec1tho Marianna\ i contemplated, and that large bodies will either side that
Patriot of their blood will be
of the families of the poor 110 meets with his just deserts, the better : to be amply Eupportcd and 8u on theirow
\ advance from" Old Point and Western tailct bv heads
headed "Hand him Round,"and Virginia n and said there would be
: old man: and his noble for our section. the noble Rangers, recently nri\e, from; : no r.
t. Citizen." I immediately wrote ....... simultaneously, burning bridges, tc. ; Kentucky.). Tho officers dress from England.
Mrs. B. Bird men in
: lady ( ,) \ that the IU also believed that the attack Sowell'sPoint aut are The
() editor card wits The Texan Hanger on fine health > Lh'erlool Chamber ot Commerce
every cent they make the and without the. least fonu- was iu retaliation of tho firing on the the fray.! nllllph.i, uhly ready for has of the French Gov.crnment .

: er and above their taxes I of my language purj)>ort of The Richmond<< Dispatcof Thursday tug 1n kee. All the professions are iu the I to the unguarded condition ot'

', to aid in defraying the and asked him to be as gcncr- says The: advance guard of tho Texas Rang The Steamer Mouticello again ranks of the Virginia forces represented cow hef- and French shipping to the American waters,
> publication of truth as he had urges action Oh their
: viating the sufferings of I also wrote to F. It.Fildes, ers, which has arrived in this 'city, arecrtainly Repulsed. their lawyers, doctors and preachers have left Lortfl'ahriterston deprecates part. the

the husbands, eon and Family Friend, Mouticel-: about as dangerous combatants IhcoXI May 21.-The steamer Monictllo and guard respective callings and'handle, and perform camp discussion American affairs. present

have the war to his malicious as any the world ever produced. Wo be. and fired twice duty, the musket The Yards .
t gone npon publication came up n.ll to-day in buch a as to doubt of Navy are active, and a powerful
way the
I- battles of the South. editorial of my name iu hU lieve that the tar-lamed Zouaves, man to on the Sewell's Point Battery, Her tire determined with lea\'lno which fleet is canting to this'country.
4th innt. I have man, would be children in their bauds. answered spirit they have The Time
- offering waited upon being> by guns large calibre, the of says that the' United States
generous I espoused cause Virginia. )
.. for their Even if they had no other weapon than the he took her heels. of has heretofore
own correction but to the residents the upheld privateering and dt!.
ism,and is i worthy of of place have removed in
; eight bowie-knife keen
to notice as n razor manded
any retraction iu From Texa a of search, both of which
; ... lent men of Jefferson, for as much as I dislike to be con 011 both sides and wielded by hands which anticipation of a conflict.. are now righ against her.

their profits to the ] I feel it a duty to myself and to use it with the most extraordinary strength; GALVK.TOX. Texas May 15.-This city is forces from tho counties *..... ,
of Clarke
cause for which we aro at Fort Pickens, to stalethat md dexterity we should not hazard much 'now thoroughly Shenandoah, Hockilg lam, Jefferson : The Confederate
used word in betting on one of these Texan lions against The officers of the United States armyvrrested and lel'I<\', are represented as' This Colgl'e&
any derrogatory bobv
,. they will build for aljounl.l on lust ,
three of the by Col. Van Horn, have been I.eil.il state ot eflidlenearni
and any pa-
welfare and the lan enemy. to meet.
.. again Itichrnontia.. tho
the ,
monument in tho hearts the Marianna -- roled. sh01J opjwrtunity occur, \ill no doubtgive ,
card a'base forge- A free 20th ofJuly. The
descendant of GeneralVasMiigton's
negro, a seat ha
Let all our.iizens man who fears is believed that Cortinas is engaged inan a good account of tliunselveM. Ex. ofGovemnent
and has I been
slaves from
who changed !
any : was manumit pwtatiou Ls Montgomery to that
raid the Rio Grande on "tip-toe,' knowing,
be held on Wi-duesday. truth, or abhorrence of lying ted him utenlh.d on IUt. city
---...- : that card iu the, Marianna of about owning bundled and occupying a farm Fort Brown is well protected. what a day may bring): forth. The picturesque __ .. _
: Another Star I the libel of F. R.. Fildes. Ax Mt Vernon one Fairfax fifty acres near Major Reynolds, the Fedeial Quartermaster and romantic hills of this hitherto A Pcnsacolu: Bay correspondent ot the

: Tho Convention ot : cards may be published to county, Va., tendered at Sun Antonio, has resigned. quiet and secluded place, may soon rever New York Tribune complains strongly of
of I Ilift farm
twenty eight acres to bo sold
my berate the thunder of the
...i Ordinance of were I )known. deep tones of artil secession leanings ot Commodore Adams .
en "( ) am I will mil the proceeds used in defence ot the Kentucky. J
been citizen lery, and the waters of the Potomac and the commander of the United
day, by a unanimous' vote. a and of this State for State, against. Lincoln's administration Lons\LLE May 21.-Gov. Mugoflin Shenandoab be reddened with fratriih] fleet there. S1tel

'-OW Xorth State: !" { years, of this city (Talla any part of the sam, save that. on which las ilued I proclamation notifying aud blood, should the inirolitio and coercive
) the past twenty-one )year been the house is. The land is and Parker was bhot at
good, worth warning all the other States, whether of the Administration JOYICIDE-Franc
lIt.uri t will) fa'l. if.to policy as markedout
!BUWI far twenty years ; own eigli- 2 5 dollars He is united lep Duteron ): instant by in. "
per acre an intelligent rate or especially the Mr. Seward
: rvu'tu; S; ate: now jr.unber: acres of tho publio, dpniain 11"1'0. < and} Confederate State by bo observed and car. HoLrtSd the following day,-Z. C*, '
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23:3tD10Q: : a1. '" ., <"'!':j'rQNI, ProfeibnaLQrd< : B4siness4Caxds \: ; .#p'ttf t ,;: ; -. -
'Married 6n' the mhotilay: at fie'resi. ':' : -' WORKP'j "t' { ,' @MI f' mrl ( ", : .
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So1itlicri "CoAfc'dci4Acy : i ': \ .,0 a
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f dcnco of ],Ir.' Sam'l Neely, of this county; ? ; ...;it.DriM; O. ,.OJtOA.1f, :" MOH
by. the Rev.' .Josephus :'Anderson ''Mr.Riw 4rA .)lIJ qAND I .... HAS REMOVED: TO TUB TOWN OF M<1n1- <. --_. .. _., HOUSr 9UILOER : r 9n ? GI ptS t"l ;, '
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PYt.rll&. .
1tIican t. for I'rartHfe
S S. SrorGiiTox, ot : .; ; the ofmdkun4. ; < W. M. .- ANI'GEHEhAt ScIiT-- /I JJltt
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and isaSAhAa\ Jtf.connty. .>, NEKLY: of Jefferson' t. 4':a.m. -, '21'- ";m ...wI'Il1 a t3T 01GItt BWsaHotel! ./PJf HUMPHREY8PROPRIETORF : ( ; ,,

*" ** ". .. fl. '' *' ,August, fi;I860. ,!'l.6m AVISO, 'TIE ABOVE t MONTICKLLO, ,..? ;;; : __.;. I -'HLE.5 '

The Tariff. ot'wejitr.fonr i'errcnl., I Jotel"of Cu). t, win be that ,:
.j T.LCVIlLEE" : i I would mOt pullle _
Nev Adv rtls mcffl$. .. *TC fm ** "pleased t hae the pu-utronegeheretofure ex-L I have fdr the .eRrliuI11nrr/ 4-4 igb" W' .,, _
111 1 ? I have \ ]ot of 1
f5\ .
.I m'J'! O IT '1 *'. .A U'\J 11' a I e, wbeb w\1\ A.1 and Employed {number of JIampjj** '

Stockholder'; OTfoclhiR. .4 ; ; UOXtlCEl LO, u.omn.\f_ ,'. MnYenicnce. of my table) will alway* for tho puirposeof carrying on'tha Jfow Building "xtE'w htk nonnce I. the ; .j

postponed meeting of Stockholders will !be By Calling at the New StorejJst..:opened nrILL PRACTICE In all (portions<< Tesupplied'MarcKSlth Vita the market can afford., and General Carpenters'118hll. on A large wale. I'1'">. that we have secured the cr, "ol rl.Ir _
THE at the Capitol Hi Tallahassee on Monday ,*.:this Spring; by ,, ofxEost and Middle Florldn.lI.lIfi' ly" Any work entrusted t 101,1'1 be done5 l CI.II, And Portrait Pnlntef. Those. ( ,. J ..
the 8d day of June atlwelve o'clock onjarrlval of .. 'June 30th, 1860.!! c20.1y "FLORIDA I HOUSE Substantial Neat and with pIt this,much admired and durable stjleof t"
ears.' A full attendane*Is earnestly,, recWetted. : Dispatch), Picture hat art opportnnity afforded1 them tor the 1

.." BT order.of the Board :"**F A.tl'colcn Ill D.; i MONTICELLO, .. I' Ii ',. FLOUIDA.C. .. cud i t ".11 guarantee lo glvo* Itlornellon efrry hltlml In TnllahrtMcoThe increasing 'c1mlno .
J B C01IMS '
11: fLAGG I have tuciirrcd popular ttyle of has '
J-F. Seo'y. Uffiiavtni remove 1 llo; Miunticeilo,Florida1:, ) will listener* I heavy expense by the thl falntng us 4'elploy
( .
f: !5\h,1861. 15 8t $ BL'SS..oprietor.4CCofl1fl1Oiluithou lire of hands AmrXonscqunntly nm in hopes 1 lib' an experienced we r now pre
May IMtld
continue the Practice of Medicine In all Acute and : Home .- -",tJ
oral> ptiblla will extend to me AThare of pntronngc.I pnrctitotnk.
.. .. jt Chronic Diseased. 'ItiTmny IM- found nt nil hionru.when A. of Pvrmiroent ami Bonrdcrs, '
Insolvent Estate N tice. .- .,jf' 'fII'" Irl.Itlt' will contract for work in portion of "efl'r Jlfelitinofj/nHi, Plain *, t.lft- "
not professionally; fibsciff;at his residence IIn and tffo proprietor rc*|>cctfiilly Ile&share of will Anoqru. P"on..ap.
eolllUie, and do It fairAnd .
STATE OF FLORIDA', .1)\VID WALKER, AdJiytfrno TUG OBJECT of this publication) is'to Inform the the S"tb.wl.t corner i of the u'IIcb"'qllnr") !' Wetof ttDe abeoiint son or Adjoining on a Photograph*, Ualnxet PI""fpf Jft.t
) k"lt dlrlll liberal one do.
t-No terms n' Any cnn pomibly ,
tart Oil-
: Ot tI..t'j. J r mtnlstrator of the EthteJoet public' that it will \U greatly to their Interest to Col. Blackburn's 1IM<1....; '!: present) It linposnibtato ,PcrIonagnt a distance, wishing houses built, topaIrIng. lho"apl. lIIOp" Ol
Walker,late' of said county,,deceased havIng February 18th;18 of .trado with us, because! the entire stock Was bought or.any.deartptlon( of TV'oik in my line, ennddretsmeatAlimtlcello :"d."
of the innofveney : \ _.fc lOI/t i.
filed in my office a suggestion .- 6th.,1861., 47lyQEr2A PIol''ral'
..... of the estate of said deceased in ("borle.t"ulInd No TarllTha been added to former Aot'; .1 :: ht -II ., i -, Florldl'lld thucywhhl reeive .- In fiict, "e to fill all ord..1 of every
Therefore notice U hereby given to nil T persons* prices. Our Stock embraces) tlio latest stj'les of '" ; prompt Attention.; every ,description and'warrant satisfaction: In e+ery' '
demands said deceased, to It03tcEOl'ATItIC l..t rt at A if @M 4JOLIAN FULFOnD. Instance or no charge. '*", -
claims against
having or P. S--Ilmvenlflolitrcd excellent, '
file them in the office of the Judg* of"* Probate of T1P4[ ,' [p W f Mohtict.'llo: ,"Florfla.- JADSON, FLOUIDA. Vould therefore I.e happy to rocel,,*weirdiggernU 'rIl" t Daguerreotypes Deceased Persons. .,
Mid before the firit day of December July 18, 186D "
or p9-ly
next County.when there on will be a (fro rata cirrtrlbntlon of DRESS GOODS : JOHN L MILLBR . Proprietors DjC. CleA( or n..plrWeUs If"J. F. EnlArge to nny size, an.lcotored in oil tlla1y' J

j. the! asset of said deceased amongi the creditors ; D. W..TAYLOK, M t.P'.; 'f. Y.' -A YEnj K.B.; I SNOW OPEN to the p"bUoan,1 the IVoprletor J@nlarYlth 47 wel A( lt -

V thereof; and at which tinyfth. nld David Walker Ready-lilade Clothing' Dr .,Taylor &; Palmer respectfully JWt, olielt_ ii slmro otl"1 r Old Paintings Restored and Cleaned ,
wlllipplv'fot a dischargn from the ndmlnlHratlonofsaiJwtite. (fprlie House i ii altiln'.i1 on the FairVa..h.1\
.M. 11.STRAIN. JfonticeUo, Hori a, rI1Rgl., from the public Jqitnrc to the Railroad depot.November tEK.SON'9 > "
Judge Probate. !iBljljir f 'MD .Mt '(9 Continne to'pmotlue InrCo-Partnervlilp..*! 17, 1860. ..40- .. L tlia or"trlIn80111 upon." tin I tract detcruuuhuuetl of 1.1.1known orders soon, na our. .'Artl'.will dung '

.. _.. May. S5th. 1861. # 156m'Jissolntion .... Of every description foi''.ulitfi, GeuU, Boys and March. l5tIift59.. --a. %; ._!s&ly- -- to prosecnteany na nnd_ every poison fnumi 11m, Ircupiwlngm hot'n We.iammr.have nlsnjnst. '1. "intfoiluced: new and.. .beautiful 4.:. .

: of Partnership.tor. Children;, Dr. H5.l crt Scott, OllOS'. M. 'est-. Mid land ,You mu t not, expect to fret won' style of oil ... called the DIAP- u.'
ITII1t' Dennl Mr. Detiham beinstprep'ared JIoxtlcBtiTo\[ FT.ORIDA, -lE.\.El tJI- .- wIthout March pavIng 16th for ltt 1 Iw W.AT lt HJ"U'Y'E. Irl n"llr.l. _
nor Bonneis-f Hat, L- die.'i', Misses\ and q61 .8 \In'l tlktn III any part of the country at short
to nttehd to business! Savannah tinT Of Offers Mll'rotelt'l..nnl! Services to thecltUcni! PROVISONS & GROCERIES GENERALLY Views of business house, or resldcnccf, ."

> rtnciship will be closed on th.),1st June' and bus Children's Hah ; of Montlcollo and vtoiulty. -TALI.AHASSKK, KI.OUIUA. ,John; M. Palmer, taken ansi e..lnl..I.1 duslrcd. Size 20 by 10 Inches.Amliiotypcsand .' ,

laess>, discontinued.! March 1. IS.to flmVm. ALL' orders, R 1 Iy the -Dealer in- Melaitiotypcs( ,all sizes and priuea
BEARD clmlRlle. AI11 =
Hardware, Cutlery nnd Edge Tools /X, with "
Savannah.: May |tth18'_ H 15.lr' Of \). \ S. Dllwortli, > Juno meet Irttli 1860. 18.ly. PROVISIONS AND' GROCERIES, Call: and( Bpt'cimens V!

Gi-"ea; :EJ.x.o1.1oD1Cn: ; 1;. every description; A :r T 0 It XKV AND COUNSELLOR AT tAW,,, ,. 'D.'ilJ.Op FLA.Jununry Pneenlirl.18110.! 1 41 fy .J .

.- Ip 'j... '\:-. t: Fancy Goods ; MontlcMo, Florida( BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING Ith,18GI.. Mail Schedule.' .

OROOKER A"VlJ l.qSWA'RE' '\lILt practice\ 'the CUliru or the MiddleCir! osopb: 0.. TayJor" DOZIICR. 'JAMICH K.: UKOUMK.I -0* ', .#* 4
WUBEGUNtLJefferson t .. cult of Klorldit.and In the/; District CqtrtiiI t : : L ., L Co. MONTICELLO POST-OFFICE. s,

r. ..-, And fiirnliihea, a variety of Ladles Rich and ElegantOiE88GOQD8 I the Unltl'll3tRh.* /"lONTlXUKS to carry ] the above bunlnciwir .A. Dopier Kroin and; after the MaIls" will be'closed
March 15,1859. dyC. \J till Its Iminches,and w II he pleased torcirhA FACTORS. & COMMISSION MERCHANTS iisfollo\\:' Lhddate.

Soldiers G. Flf + portion of the putNlfjCt' of the p"hle. Ornamental FEUNNDIN, II4A.. ,NORTHERN 1'I.1 '.

TQA.I.1' % X I work done an style no ", lIec"l March 10th-1861 '/ly EXITJEvening, (except ,) lt,5 o'clock;
.. a. ATTORNEY AND COUSSEf.on AT LAW; ,, pllnhedbynnyonelii) the Slntel Entire mitinfaation FLORIDA'MAIL!' ,v ,' .

.If unticreine.l: ha_ellll lu.luI.l'wlllg to the ex- ...(.'..n I.llng I In part' of. ... a710fl114 ella, Florida. reno""lhlt/lIlrllLctoll, every c' me,and. work. done on I.K\'H\) F. KOUX. UbO. S. KOUX. Even? mornINg (e\cpitbunday.|, ) at'o'clock.: .

TIlE the country, aol, the scarcity ofOKI JACONETS, Plain anti Printed ; April 12.1859.t lyAc lid will HkonUo Btycrtnlcnd the 1f Ilkllg Roux & ,Co. J3jP Nti lottci-s, will be mulled after the abovebouts.
to be had to offer his Goods at the lowest of Bilik.Kcb. The office wlipoollc. not be opened.for ,

figures" exclusively for "W MUSLINS, of every quality. : Balzel Peeler, 111 4th 18tti .81.1, Receiving'and Agents any purnosu on : "' V J -

t' ,Oash. OKQANDIFS Attorney at Law eft Solicitors in Chancery Forwarding Month*1 Marih./'a: A: BRADLEY. ; M.'
t 1861.
r..r..nl.lshlnlf. Rinpiins would do well to call, as ? TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, O ) WEBEBl, -; ,14.
they alit be well paid for their/IIone}'. LAWNS, CXTILL : General Comiiiisionrcraniiclliia [ ,I10WAIID .ASSOCLiTON.PI1ILAIJELPJIIA. .
J. if. COLLINS. pnictioo in the Supreme Court o the :oohan1; .1 a:'J l' : crcumt:, y'
WIIITP nillLLIANTS f T State, In the United Suite District -AND Kit IX- .,
)[Monticello M 1 LTy: 23, 1361. 15.lfSouthern'l'Jtallu'aetnred lor the Northern District Flotidi, and I In COllr Clr "K.\ Jjf": Special attention h'l'l to the.tali" Cotton .1 Jltnffoli [.olltiun eitahlulieJ ty special E.d..m."t..r .- .

Good.*. With few Patterns ofSILKS unit C.llrl.of the Middle aol, Western Circuits., adr-Hadc ClothingAND MOM I Hide I *, and Product grlivrnlly. Relit of tin fiiek and iliretj.ajtictrJ .
ty Office In the State the Attorney GK.VTLKMEN'S ititli; I'ii. tiea. andilictiallyf
Capitol opposite FMIN IIINO MOODS) Cotton, other muruhiiudize foruurdcdwltlii'iiru ( 'lomtt rt
lln few direct from the all
be received dnys
,a ,
1"0 m'At'J! aenenllotl8 and tehi. rtH Cure of; lisau. of t/if Sexual
ColuinliU, % MilK South CiiMlina a lot of lVm) A. J. PEELER.: TALLAHASSEE, FLA. .hicjut (h-q.itis. {

Jllf.lr.t1l y (1W)fl. ?FJA.VS, STRIPES, os- TJOY.n.LTZELr. I-IE ALWAYS keeps on hand Clotlut,Cnn-lin.Tci., 'briuiry 28,18H1. 21yBOOKSUHOOKS ) GIVEN GtATIS". by the .

,NAB LTJWS ....V)) YARNS, Noremler 8th, 18HU S C 89.ly Vi'itlnijK, Knuuy .tlllg. &1., 'wliioh Ins l lirepared Ic !II I .1 1'1IC.DYICE, toahl apply by letter

nil ci which will be sold\ on tha best terms t"r C.I..!Iicr -.. to mnka tip to workmnn-like rI UI3 Is a new feature we have Intrl.llep,111 the with dosuiiptlon, jif tlnlr condition, (nge,pceupft-
e: !before. o-Tericl; In thU or any other market Z" : SUXy 0 r. huller, and on the niont ronsonable) terms. trade of Monllcello. I U Inconvenient for tlon.linblts of life, .b.)alll in case extreme pov.t'lty .
J. B. COLLlN.Montle4h.i :*. February)' 25th;18BO. ly the pcoplu to send l by mull I for every vuik| they, IltiicIiiitfurnlshit-d free of charge.VusIiiahh .

; M.iy 8*. 18iU. 13 tf .w411. ELLIS- liny' 11'1.,1, ; 1II'r..forl we have brought' Olt. few Reports on'perllto.rhll and oOuerdlecases
Trimmings lit T. M. PALMER' 1 of thu Sexual Organs, and on the new rcmeilli'S .
FFER. services fa the cltliens of \olumcs of the .Mtan.huirdVtaks of the country)', .
To the Citizciu of Jefferson County. V7 County, as ft Uvnd and J.t"lt. and flue ease demand will Incrensu the Dispensary lent to the af-
Surveyor as ( may our C'lIIlln3'1..ll1 ,
To Rllit.IIIIII..t\ admirably adapted' to the wants II.tter.MI'lleclo. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL dieted envelopes, d..e) of (llarTwu ".-
March 8, lot foundShunlicupuiar's
1861. 3 Sm our -
81..k. Among
OF. TLE\1 K V Under the excitement .ftbn present I of a t'l UEALKU IXicjndForeip
thin.ciii In consequence nf Mild excitement.I WI'k.J >lrv.',for n"IuI.t..r{ { J.
This Stock was purchasedFIIEE J. IJ. Works;, Irentl'nt. )15. IILIN
herd line been "elll1m'IIII for a Cump.iuy: of Volunteers COLLINS, : U\.rl.al..llcll. IIU(1' LION> ,
from thl county, tnl<"> Into the Confederate OF TIlE HKCEXT TAJIIFF,1* AGENT FI) D D.o om Gis lyI Drugs, .1..re.R.. '.. Poetical Walks Works; ; x... :H.mtli A"IIIII.tllj"I\n.loward, J'hln.lelbl", Rllaton...
Army, lor the nf maintaining our just Itutdir of the l)
rights Anil un,follr'.e" clreiiiiMtiinces I have vol and an examination' .'1II\ cnn\lnee all that the prices ALABAMA' INSURANCE COMPANY, ChoiceToilet rani I y IVcfllriucii, IIU'* )'I..U..RI Works; }:ZUA D. Pres't.

imtoerc.l, my ..>r>lces to serve In the rank: *of tveJilfer will not on any article be more than It. \\ini been OF MONTOOMKIIY, &-. Coopei's Poetical Works; G EO. SCI'JEItTE,

..>ii Beaureijnrdt! which, expected to recenemarching sold at here before. J. B. COLLINS. .prepared to take Fire Risk at the Iis7iitl rates.Charter D a TTOV1 Gt: Burn's Ben PofllcalWoiks; May F.\11CILl., ., )'O14

older In a few .l.iya. Ami during, mytlKHiierU Moiitleello, April; 20' 18R1. Cri ; .. Capital............|:fHNlooO' Articles Thu JOhll"H".rk Pillar of Hie;;
A.tld ,John O. WllforllI'lII. at ..
Ci.iiijiiiiy ,
| In... .1l0.fl04)ii. 8AVANNAH.MORNING NEWS
Capital paid $
.. Prince of I ,
all tunes, d,trim, tin1 remainder of my t."n..r ortieo, Application for.Final Dt chnrge. ': 1' .METCALF, 8'y. I. W. C. Itl BU. Pres'uMarch I 'ERFUMEiYI'HAIR DYES .&o., &0.M"ntleul".J'lilI.1801. The 111'lllIo"ofHtl'ld; i rUDLISHED) 1IY- ?
transact' any an.1 I all huiineulii tliut ell/.nelt| .
9 1861.
In t,,kiu<( key>. I Wg to rcluni to you my sin SIX MONTI after date I shall present! my final I oly' .4D.t : And mauy"* .other works too numerous to muiemitlomi.c TUnODOUE, lLI! *-\T. THOMPSON;'Editor.Laryett .

rtr thittik, fnr |pmt: f.ivrs. .t1111t.a nnd voucher,as Executor of the estate WHEELER WILSON'S -TOOETIIKK- '
I'am. wIth due re'I'Oet. your Iminliliond tihirdi.eat \ Cornellin JI IIZ1t.V. late of Jellersoll eountv de Gunsri With A few of the, mostlnteifsllng wotks if FICTION flatly Circulation-in llit State of Georgia (,
..,rvaiit,4c..Jke.: W. H. EL1.H. eeiiieh.tii the Honorable Judge, of Probate of suldcounty So'vcrlrxgr aoh1.os"AltF FLOUIDA.E. now before the Amci,'lean people. CIIII thuuwWctore

SlivrifT, 'of Jefferson Uounty.MaylStli and ask to be discharged from the udmlnla- TiE IIESTTIIECIIEAL'E.ST AND THE llNTICU.O. of T. J. C lACE .1:IXS.<. ,i !Iuiljiitorainq. JVoira, Jfl per annum. !In advance. .
1861. Hit: oration of the said ( *. .. A. LESTER Oi t. 2'.lh. 1860.! 87-ly !
T JAMK.S: S. HUST: E ecutor. ,.BIRD A CI)., Agent ES1'ECTFULIX Informs the citlIV : dn\'. W.'II..ln). and KHJiiy. ; at $1 per annum..' .
Take Notice.. January 24th. 18(11( 50-tm ApiIIZSili, 1800. U-tf ) xemof Jetfufson/ that ho hnstoca- Valuable LandsI.N H'ttlly Meien,.jml.lialii'J every Saturday, at f 2 / -
for ted III Montlcello,and U prepared to repair nnnuiii, ifl\v '. In advance. '
persons are forewarned against trailing a Time" WAKULLA COUNTY per 113 .
ALL.. I, promissory. hole ivfii by the ,ii.l., 'r. Now is the 4vrrAcI{MINT NOTICE. Onus and l'I.I.ln.11I1 workmanlikemanner TO ADVEHTlSEnS.Th '

{,....I tu UViMiru; Jonesor bearer for the sum of$13.HU Ilubbcll tfc Morton ) In Jeflerson Circuit Court. {3f"Woik warranted. Shop". l In tho For J3cvlo.rpHE : .Tjirgo C'livuliitlon of the'"Morning News"Iii'. .
I n it.'..'iM.liK' :Nov."" iSth 1SAU. un.l due out.1 ": \ Amount sworn to. ....:11) (0 rear of Di Scott' 1)1-11,5 Stor6.Jnnnsry2tlthu,186h. .. t nflJi.njned] oTi.r! for ate Fil'u Ilunitied both vlly and, fouiitry, and especially.In fnmlllet hic

'.1.ty after <1,it*. :S lid note. h ualrca.lv been cancelled TWOYE'EKS Whiting > Moore. ) Bond........ .... 4l 6.3n< JL and Sixty acres of J"II.I l hIng on the West Its Dolly .1"'lIlnUuII1llj larger than that of any
"YP"J'naellt.alld I aiu determined not to pay Haaln THE DRKEXDANT and all other Interested 11:0her"y : Aide ot Wakullaltr\ nnd boumled on the Eat; !paper' III It the best poiwible medium
ualesseomiKlleJ/ br law. notified of the commencement, of this suit, by said river for throe iuarteri (f. mile. It is for nil those, who wish to make their business*
W. IL ELLIS. returnable to Full Term of/f..r"l/ Circuit Court, JOHNSOK.McCJHNSCUIHBERl[ timbered) with Oak, Hickory and all ulllr'' and wants known to this a way which will'
May I8lh, 1861. 11 H ONLY and. to appear aud pleadothiesatiuue: kinds of w..Il Two hunh'c.llicr.* of this tract I in Insure tl. II.L prompt 1111)1. returns.

-- JOHN WEST C C. C. SUC&-.Olti.TO 1 "" Swamp,and! is equal to RIV.III.III'I September 8th,18110. so.tr.

,D. J. Taylor, J. SAOHE A"rl fu). 1861. 10 8m .JOHNSON' UIIID &; CO.. Cottou Florida and, for Corn.the ril.A\great Ig of reYciuileju Sugar Cane, also, ').'.hlce.ltMcd., 6pooaJ 101:00.; .

OO : 1-JJ] DOM It'JJ [}1ONAfl p Tao Nctioo; 2 --DLER6 IX- from the sale of wood; I nm now sunjiug uood to
rl'II1l'h..I.tnTh: nnd Ambrotype Artist has re. forewarned trading for 4 the shipping at St Mark[ for whIch I get four dol -g._ .
-.\: N !- I ,. and token Iloom at the A LLpersons'are A certaIn pr.ilssory note ifgumst, given by thu tindurslgned Dry ((Ool", Fancy and Dress Good, IlnJ"reor'l .I have a Wood Landing-
-.Receiving. and Forwanling Agent to Dr. JOHN O. PUS, or bearer. Clothing Hardware Yur. where, every fair thtj', fIsh of O\ and after March 2::. 1801, the regular Train
'>. FESNANDINA.FIA- Monticello Hotel, originally called tnr I".nc. or upwards GI'ocerici, every}' kind can ; 1IIIIu the unniii
... Where he prepared with a new and large assort* SIII..tu bus been reduced ) payments to about Crockery, Glassware, Boots, son Mullet( In great abundance. Kill on Siutitrihivcousthusule to Cutlar ICeji, .r.llnl
C3S" Agent S>r Clmrlenton Dally Line of St..l1m". .11 The Pine Laud hn\ii a growth ut,1111, 11 1'. M. will ,
healthy at
me lit of stockto tAk"aOTOGaAt |:l4i0. The cUII.\.mtuI for which said note wa Shoes Hats Books \ 1'lelo returning
r..hrllnryt3',18.1l.: ;.IY", Riven having determined not to |uty Caps, and may be worked as a turpentine farm-it being Keys ut 4 .\. .. lirunaou andFt-miiuJluaoo
al .
,. >> the sums uijess compelled by law. I Stationery atcheti,,, only two miles mud 1 half ft out IL II.Walker'*Tut'peiittne Monday.. '
Application fur Discharge.: aS i ,J. I SIMICIN3.Moiitleello. &c. &c. Distillery. Steamcra*will be at Cedar Keys on the foU.wlu1
SIX M'o'xriH( :< after J.iU I ihall present my final March 18ftl. 6 Ht Jewelry, I There 1 I.also a new source of profit ju.t wiieueil.and .ll)'. 1 ,
2. a
ttaoountaiid. voite.lier4 a* Adiuluistmtrlt: of the Small or Large >else. in Coses or Gilt Frame. Also )1..nlle..I"pri. 1801. 8 tf whIch make thlo tllLIU.t'allollu place In von NEW OULKAN3. FOR ERY WEST. .
K:'tale of Stephen Lixhtsey: late of Jelforton/ County .Application for Discharge. Wakulln. I refer to tl Ual'.1I1 trade by _t"lIl '' Mari-h .
March ,
28, ; : : 18.
.Iccc.Hwl, to the 11,,". Jud. ; eof !Probate of aid SIX MiNTIISafter date I final 'L1.'ery ; boats twice o month. man with n small force,
Am m m@Tll1 IhalprelOlIt my S1abJe" hundreds of dollar Water. Apri 1."n.128, : : "pril' lanolS. 1 i/
AdminIstrutlou make on mellono.
troun the might
1)1.1I1 lr.lln.llI.k to be discharged account ami vouchers as. x of theEatataot1t.ibort .
I . FLORIDA. : May ;
1'eaehie&c.. There lit better laud In the would. 11 "al"L "j'
: no
of said &.tat" C Hurst late of Jifierton. County I TIEr.O Juno Han,) : :, ,June : '.,.: "
'... JANE LIGU'NEdU'x. T fliPKKCEUKNTED to the Judge ot Probate of for the production of these ft'tilts. :! *> "
.Iete..d. K. '
lun. 1.1.1 II WALKER July l4ansl : : : July 4 and 18, :"
". "March\ 16, 1861Fj.QRIDA 6m IaQWh1ioec PB.XOmS.: County .",I.nk to discharged from tul adminUratloii Thu rtuge Is 11I1.xhlutll.le. for hugs 11.1 cattle- Aug. ,' .: : August ud lS..4
There 1 I. farm house the kitchen, 'HI".121
a rough OH 11
A.Black-flW place *
had better of sai.l Estate.ELLSABETU. purchased from W. Saiit. i 4 and .
wishing Perfect Likeness, : yj 18.-
FOR VIA. A V ANN A H. C2T HAVING house and cabin Spt 1
dairy one
call soon, a* I shAll positively remain In Mouticello HURST Adia'x.March thu Livery Stable recently owned -_ 1861 6m him,' will\ continue to conduct, the business us There Is 01. on lisle place a small "11"'lr.1.which *
only two week,and it 1 II my last visit V 16. by bore die second 1 and CetlsirKeysstbove.t t '1
THE STKASIEU Ilorse antI hllll.l.amil year. l.llcvl
--- h..r.'tor. Buggiesalwajson Round Ttl|>Ticketfrom, all rrfeular Stations caa
Wood for Setlo.THK be hired with for the culture of {grape olI"IIIU making no conn- "
-.tLsti 8.\La.- lo on r..II..IIA"I"tcrlll. C.nve'once be had at reduced rutcs,; .
FOB : cItIzens of Montleellii are Informed that careful drivers,furnished to traveler, .carry tl.1 try run urxiM It. J. LARKIN, t
( A Th1 @.fu.1I I of the lx with of the obolltr '. Hone cared furs Thin talimhla tract of land I I. nowunder the eon E
D Photographic Copies } can supplied Fire W..I. upon to any part } by tr..lol Judge I), T. Wnlki and Major John Heard. April 6. 1861. (am] Eog' it Sup't -
making application to the undersigned.Order the dar or month lit A moderate prloe. 1 .
.-" / Captain, T.' 1. LOCKWOOD, MEMBERS of the CONVENTION will be promptly Complied with cud ( $tI"k.I..llt..lln a central point between the \.hu will | el'feet a title should a purihuiter present ': "1'
WILL.lvava Southern Wharf every Tu..III} May 4th, 1881. [12-2t] J. SACII& GOOD won furuished, ft.l\(OA..I.II''r) four two hotel ). J'"c"r. residence himself on reuolltlecrm. .
rDlog for Sivannah, at 7 oYWk; "hlvn\ horse ). November 17th, I1t 40.ly N W. W ALKEIt .a couree a store wou1 L considered In7ctitilll4it5 -
port she will leave ut A p. in.; same day, arming NoticeNoticeNotice.Oall September" 8th 1860. P. S.-I "!i go with any one d"lruI' purchasing without r 311tt.elclou' tlie .
at rVrnaudtna \"...llIe..I'IV.u.el..k.: a. in. .at IIY time to "xllllnu the place.Handy !., 1 ldy'.or hu.lop"ntbl., wIIUVH .
UHurulng willluave ('ilatk*, Thunduy! at 3 a. and Settle Academy. M'NUJGIT. hEARD & CO., __ For.1> Flu.. Nor :24, 1880. 41tft brought out a variety Oe.t"mau'a good ,t auelia : 'f

m:; Jocksourillo, at 8, 1\| in.: Kcriiuudiua. lip. in ;jand 'jib. LONG. SIIONl1L commence the 'zthi ONfl OI'ENINUOV' TIlL Itiag.>. Itreatt Plus l'ssney.Articlea.Chains.Ool.tamid
JOI1XSCN.:\ ItlllD 4 CO. have placed 'inO1)W!
Savannah Frl.layatep. m. ArrivlngatCuarleston :, MESIU. handball the Note and accounts, bo- X day of January 1861, cud rlose. the last of tAYAENAIf.vM. : Slv.-r Wafihe. (amongwhich may be found, : j
Saturday morulug. and settlement July. MOXAITOIIT 'V. K. IJee"le"r..I"J AI..rlello W..th.l'.ua) and P..111!! .
longing: totuiil finii for collection J JE\UD. gDB. Ill be .
t I a price
PASSAGE. All tllllndelte,1 I by note will! please call on me at Instruction and Discipline thorough. JAMBS OltMAND, I JOhN DEVllAMSeptember Al ti wltIcV .
Fred Clui-lmtdn to Savannah.. .......ri'3; 00 an ealy I day and settle the same; those indebted %t The use of Tobaeeo, visiting !Bar-Rooms, l.18uO. 2'J-ly Pen. & Geo. Rail Koad.ON October 1.. J. ClIACE ffc htfNS.Morticello .
From Savannah to Fernaailiua.it.,,... 4 00 by account, will call at the(tore of Johaaon,McCunnA Saloons or Teu-l'in Alley, ponUvely, Ire.huiIltel. 1810. 8.lyi "
From Charleston to Kernandina........ %,. 6 00 Cuthbert and settle by uote or money. Prompt ';
FrumCharleitdntoJekioIivllle.: ..... ...... 8 00 attention I I. respectfully requested as the firm are i Applications received at any time byR. FISK S METALIG BURIAL CASES, and after Monday December 10th 1860 ( :
From Charlatan to riuolatn and l'iI.tb....10 00 anxlou to trrange their business in some"satisfactory I O. GL..ON, PrincIpal. PuetswngerTrulns on thselullahasaeaaiuI Pen WORK.t
It: J. TAVLOR Agent.FernandiHa. fe9. sueolu it ieorgia lUilroou\ will run a* follo"'.;< I Ii
manner soon a* (tosaible,said firm having: been 6.31 : : \i
-. Fla. dissolved by the withdrawal Of lieu. I). IS. liird.We .- : ; : Jnve. Lake City... .. .. ..,..5.fXA.M. : .
n.L CniSIIOLM Agent hop, therefore Interested will cull tmuiedlatuly Application for Discharge.} ,.? : Arrive atTulluhusaec.. .. '....1J 00( M. j & 0ODWgJ1. "
Charleston C. and make the urrauigenieiiti.w Leave TallalmsiM-e..M.. .. M.' !
I shall final "
M-trch SI. 1861.' 8 alaI a DILWORTH. SIX MOXTll'1.t.rdllte 111.1 a*Administrator present my of the ALL kizescoustantly on hand and for sale 1t? Arrive at H. M..I.ka.... .....1.80 .,M. III|| le d., '"1

FUL.T01V' t'OUl'VDUr' )[oy 4. 1861, |11Ut]_AttyaLLaw.iViii. Mtateof \Illis A Woods, late of Jeflerson countjvdec'd. .Montiei 0 Ha.March Tlml.Iwmu. ly ; Ls'uvuSt.tarki._..... .... ....2.80P.M.' a. 'JS.; J31cvia.ls.i3. ; ,
1831. Ari-lveatl'alhiihacsee..3.40P )1.
the Honorable Judge of !Probate siul.I{
'TALIvVHA-SSEE. FLA., P. .t Tullahuiwe .. -.... 4 P.)L Cards &c.'
Leave ,
: ,and apply for a from the adiuiultratiou .. .0 ,
county dLhllrgl : .
JOJiyOAJiDY proprietorSTE.V1I -MAXUPAtTUKEK OF- of the said ute.W. I- PIIILI1 L. SIMS, Arrive Uk.City ...... .....11.00P.M. E )tlt neatness and dispatch'.t the office )1 3

ENOIgS.from 6 to 33 horse Power J. WOODS Adm'r SUCCESSOR TO CIIA8. M. WEST, Houtifdlo Train. 4 otto Family Friend."
,to order of the best material and workmanship Copper Tb and SbeeHron-Vares November 17th, 1860. 6m I.-ave Montlcc-llo.,..9.80 A.M. and 4.s P. M. Payment rtqv ireti HOOK Jclirery of wort.
; iEALERINGroceries S & .
and as ehuapu ean be purchased in New ArrheatMoutl.MlUMl.20' .: P. M.Connettin A

York or any Northern City and laid down In Flori WUOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IXAM3 :ISTotice.ALL I Provisions j at Lake City'with train ou the Central '"NETYYORK- I
da. CASTINGS for Saw Mill!.. Gin Gearing &0., Kuilnutil-for Jacksonville! and }' and
t tEtabWtJaAJ'tawJufl
constantly OB band. Sugar Mill from 18 to 18 inches BMnTga::: !: [; OFFreaeh PERSONS 10d..LtCI I to me by note or account FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, at si. Mark with- Stage to and from New"rluldiw.Port; ? VOLT [ArV. .

in diameter also on hand or made to orders* German,English& American Goods. will please come forwar/1 and settle, a* my Also a lrJ" lot ol .with the line of)111 St.m"r. b..twl"l New.ut.' RJ"/OI
Some beautiful patUnu of mos UAILLVQ for business is one that requires money to get along lean Went Cuba and .aiut
:HOOM Famishing Articles of i"" ,"
Gray ie. with. I am aware tha\ we have hard limes at' lol..nnu.1llltllllol. aJ
Yards very on the on their way to tant, and fur traJieatamj .ztei.t..
Every Description.STOVE LL orJ"n accompanied with the cosh will meet Gul. tl.
JOUB1SQ WORK of all description. executed present but eertainly every man can pay his small jfV. with attention. and 21.1 of..I.1 month, and to New Orleans tilt,dietu.ei vftht tiryiary and uz.l organ oftrhaltter
with eatQea and despatch. All order addressed Liver'Stable Li; if every one will come forward prompt on 1Mb and uaturt. .
to John Cardr.'Tallahaiisee..FInrl.la.will be promptly HEAD-QUARTERS. and ,i help me a great deal March, 110, 1861 IS tf When t'l Steamer: >"*Gin on Snn
.t.teaJed to. HTTEUltS CASIL..3 A full supply .lw.y.olIl'l1Dil of COOKING. PARLOR if. K. WALKER.January : 1 bit a Tr.11 from Tallahustre t..St Marks, otherwise. TIlE .. iuforjnatlon on tuermatorrbea and the '
} with neatnew,and warranted to give perfect W. AM'tSup't. to those Deeding

TO THAVILCHS autUluetion.therountry.GARDEN They eau.bo shipped with safety toanypartof :XotlOG. .; Made in Jefferson County FIa1 Dee. 15th, 1}O. Y.'AS.U.t eur lu..Jle1lhld.lo sealed I"tte:envlo.free of 1 ehage.Joaf1'U .''
10 c4JuJ/ur a
WEEKS after date, I will apply to the lion eP7
The Best Anl& Most direct Route. AND EIRE EHOIHES- SIX .. Judge of Probate of Jefferson county for The undersIgned keeps en hand large SavannahAlbany&: Gulf Railroad l' fU of many ttrofulou mtlchtfrfitlly as4iliee.a.JcAIIJrca it tout'utuHuated
,etrlaut wee** prtettttum
Rotary faction and Force Pumps wIth Rubber Letter of Administration on tht estate of JaincaBailey qUllotti.of Fresh Lime,cud will forward the III Leave Sn.annah.., ,, ..,. .9.15 A.M. on applicatiou of by malL -

Hoes attached, for aupplyin) Plantation Engine .deceased,late of said county. l 1"1 liwJ t any accessible{wiut. -on very rea- Arrive Val.Wa.,.,...........,.,,..1.461.M The for tioiiamption Did by the '

THE CSDEESldXED i hAS PLACED A DAILY with water. made frull.lltu1..rWl to order.; ,&, Engine SmokeStacks .CHARLES 66t'a 'peCAUSSEV.MarchSS Leave Valdota,,...,.,..,...-,...SO A.M Irerl\tiuos! frt to all who it. It P
first ehutSix 861. Any order addressed to me at Monticello, Arrive at Savannah ., *., ) Cold .dtthuia Cattarh.aud. .
Uoe of : uoraei Coat.bc liD the route ty Shop Work of every description. done by will receive F"rlJ .. ..1i151' never to euro Coughs, ,
ttween QUITMAH (the prwenC terminus of the the very best> workmen. All orders promptly. prompt attention.JOHN M. EAVSOR.February The Train arririag Bavnaiiah at U.1 eOllettewih .CuuBumptlon, a* thousand can 1IU.t'Send
\ Savannah Mali Trunk! Railroad) and JrtONTI.CELLO tended to.Tallahassee.. Notc to Debtors and Creclitr. 9th fit tf the train oa the C, R R departing( 1.30 p. before VOUjerIsth.
) These CuauiiearuasdM to eoiiu..ct with .rVl.ruary 1. 1860. Il-ly A plo.lotl"Lt to John J !.Minu u'd ., 161. m.(dayj and 11.10 I'. 0. ( |; .) TaaU who apply by l letter,with full d-plol
.|h. Can on both the Georgia FlonJa Railroada. ."" to make humela. p- The schedule un thU Koad U .rroger'f.* t occupation.luptouu diseaM ofaoy i
It li tke Shortoit andMoaf Direct\ raute fAir travel- C. G. Fife, ,; maul to the undoniijned and all persoiu h..111 NoOO connect with the len".J& O..0r11l t.ge bblt.a of life eudiI..1vlu.free of clrg 111
Art from Savanna St.' M.rk., Ae, said deceased Penacola, brother Madison be < ttha ehlufFhyeiciiin or Surg p
/ XOMMISSJOSEH for North Candida to take d..wnd against will present tb./U DURING my abaene at my from t .. *by rllt. j ui"seugersleavlngthsTath.haiscic g >
.Persons. tearing Mun ieeUo at 1 o'clotk In the ay \J kuowledtfineitU sad proof of Deed an4Uortga 'Ith time pr cribed by Uw:or tJ. nolle* K WALKEU.UtuyauthorlteU agent to Depot at > J I'. iu. Addre(with two or three ctmW forportiye) I

.0103 will reach Savaiipah.. at 1 o'clock nexMay. 'e*on Uinds. .l:1I..tlnluLsteroolh.: orafiirmalloo\ ",t b plead U'bar of their rnry. transact. aY ad.1 Ule In my behalC ,U reach SttYunimh oxt day t>y 116.1.: Secretary, R A. BERIE- .
}., IL MATTA1B. aud take detwcitions.. &11. T' E, E. ULACKBOBN Adun'yup M. V. WALKER. I.\ -!'EL J, FULTON. SUI"\ r f Box 141] /. .
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Ten & Oco. Kaii Koad .-" :V Vfr; 'J8tt i*****--' U l* ". fa* \\J R ; and biter March 84.,1S8I, the I'f'gnJAk'TrAM i
.. .. t *. .' ''l'1te'ptlptietflriVftd'nmnufnefnrefi! of H03- now" tunning from, Fernandina to .DrouII6,
TETTER CELKIJllATEU STOMACH?* : "'will In Sntnrdys continue tel Cedar Keys,
: (0:$}f an'S' after Sfmidiiy,:December 10th) Ififlo TERS cai} appeal with perfect enrifflenc<
PemeeegerTrnInen the Tallahassee and Peoacola physicians and oil Itf n. cnirally of the United.lBtltel. ..... ._ ,I Key at4: &.,. i.for;, Bronsoa .and!! Fcrnandlna. orf
A: Georgia Railroads, will run as follows aitaincd '. -' -' ,
bec nie the article has n rcpu Monday -
; LnkeCity.r;; ". .., .. ..500: A.M. tation herttoforetinknown.: A few facra. upon, : cuRE4o: S Steamer* Wl1b! itCedat.. Key*on the followinV *
J. CHA & SONS Arrive at Tallahassee. .. .. .. ..U 00 1'01'.1 thiii 1'olo11'111 tpcRJf/, more rotrrrfully'! thnu E .113.1 .. "' "***"" *

Leave Tallahassee ... .. .. .. ..U1SP.JM, j .volumes bnr aw-H-r on or til ,toning puflerys HervousH f OH NEW OUTlAWS 1 FOB KKT VTSST. .
,Arrive at St.'Marks. .. .. i.h" .. 1.80 P. M.Lcav The eonsaroption' o.f .losieiipf's'. Siomach 1tIts- adacheBy : .. ; March' : .
March : : 18
28, '
L St. Marks ... ... ".k..2.80\ P. 111.ArrlteAtTalhlhll.eee. .tests for the loct. yeaS amounted to over a hftlfi- .. April 14 and 28 : ) Mud,
; D1ALERS w-. .8.44P. million bolll. ..nn,1 Vrom Ili tnanifest."tf . ... .1.; ..(47CURE, tsrk May 1* and 28, : May 4 and 18
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evident It
Is 111
increase in time t during
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LeeveTeIIeheiee.,4.O0; ; > -
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Jnne 14 and 28, : : :Jnne ,Sand
Arrive at Lakt.City {, .. ...11.00.P. M.Moittlrrllo the coming jtnt use, onsumptfon will teachcarone 0, 18-: '"
h. : : Jfjnd 28, 'n'T'
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mIlU"lIlollle.' ... '1 his Immense, aim.tint kln July : ndl8g
LMMi'tE & V4NOY Train. .could never hate. been told bit for the rare Aug.. lt nd 28, : a.F. August 8 and IB, %_
; Leave" ilonllccllo. 3.SO A, M(, an34 80 P. M.. medicinal prnpertlt rohlnlned Sent" 14 and 28. : Sept .4 and 18/ 'f'
Dfl9OQ.D8t "" 6.2H K Jl. iijtheprcpora- and Trains will regnlarly connect, leaving
Arriveet2tlintIcellII.2O Bronijit.
Mon .nd Oie sanction tf the tiiott' promlneht &tflQFrJe .
C Connecting nt tAke City with trains on'the Cu. phjslcluns I lh those!! teCdttbabr\$ tho <<'Counlr/ I .. and, Cedar Ken above.
,- HARDWARE t Irftl! RAllr.,,() f.f Jacksonville! nnd Fernnndirtn, andatSI. 1 where the artlololk heatlsnoanwh9aot. only Round.TrIp Ticket from.all regular Staiiont can
.: ;,. Marki with Stagfttoarid from' New Port; nnd] recommcnd lyitcru lo their pnfii'nl", butAre __I be bad at. reduced' ., '' 'rate 'Ii"
with the line of Mall Steamers between New Orleans ready aitll tiinci,to! ;. tcstlmonialii to ill the use-W these Pills the periodic attacks olytrvoif /'J.-.i'; :w..

Mon't1.o011o. .. ... .... .... ..... ..::. h. j.. .. ..F-19 :i a; Key West and Cu..R..n.llnt.rm..dl.t..pohll.. efficacy nil eases oFfcomacliic derangemeats or nick I/eaJaehe may be prevented; and Waken April .186L> [&faj .. EntfA. up ,
onSho Gulf; on their way to Key Weston the 17th ...<.Ilhe( diseases' ftsnltjn (hcrclrom., '
_. *nd find or 3rd of ear h month, and to .tfewOrle.n.. This Is Sota ferrfpi r ij iiopularHy; obtained' at the commencement titan attack immediate JEWELRY !: JEWELRY: 11CTf 1,
_. an the 1Mb dod \\19th. by ekttffitdinnry cfforu'ln1 way of Jnim- relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. would 'W i'1f;
t o\irse\ a store considered J Incomplete
S ,.".. When RleRm'rdnv.fnll on Sunday, theri'.willbe patio\ Wqttaliiies of thus, Uiltcrt, but a, solidjeslimation They seldom' full In romovlng! tliaNausea, an. ct without this'inlispensnbl '.

-cI T. J. CIT\CK A POVSrwpcelfTillvInform.;' ,the public\ thatUi 'y lmr received 'their full tork'IIf t a Train from Tallahassee toSt Murks, otherwisftthi of nn Invlluable medicine which U Headache1 .which. females are so subject. ., ... JMtctoa Ludy'aor Gentleman's dl'l' t*."VeiJuU1!!G,Wfo
: SI'RtNn A !SCMTIUIl GOODS re will. .!be no.Train% rnn'n Sunday destined b, as enduring as! time ilself.HoMetUr's .' tk
tunic out
p..n.l.tlngofetel'\\Rrlety the b wel.. iironght taricty.of good '
country can pni4tiI1PmarsJ, T. W.:SYFAtf They act gently upon the .Je"elry"stlCh
Onr Roods have been carefully ted. and will be sold at P'HICIS that will\ ) not fall to give 3ATI.S-: .' 0.' AuiSupt.'Dc Slomnch Hitlers have proved and as Rings, Breast Pins, Fancy Articles Chain hold '
Fur literary Students Delicate Females]
FACTION to the most carofnl purchaser. We respectful! solicit an .examination feMing winpiilne; that 13lh, 1860., ,:'44-U {jj a Godson to regions wbcrj;fever and ngue men, and Silver W skhesKIng( \ 'which mAY. be found, ;fjfi
it will result In our receiving a portion of the custom of the) cttircns of Jefferson and 'ndj.icentcountiwi.M .. and various. other bilious ccmplainii have all persons of sedentary habit, 'tboy.re, valuable celebrated American.Watch,) Pens and PenftlatT .
"1 Savannah, Albany & Gulf, RaUroaa. couulcd their victims by hundreds., To be as a Laxative', improving the appetite ,gh Ing tone All of which will be col j at a living price b*>. :

o *v. ... .* '.: ',\ Lon\ !Sn:\ .annah. .. .. .... r.9.15 A, M., able a to certain slat*cfar confidently*.for loa (hat Dyspepsia tho "Hitlers"aro and like And t Igor to the digestive' organs and restoring S -T.,J. CllACK .SOifS.Mortlcello .-*

OrHSTOCClS, ::. Att. NEW, AND CONSISTS: IS PAEX; OF '. Arllvefttvahlloi'ta..s..5.48P.M.Lsve diseases, \s to tfaV' proprietors a source of unalloyed '' the notinol e1a-ticlty strengthof! the system.' October 27|, 18CO. ,87-ly'
Valdmta ... .;. .. ;.". .4.80 A.lIl'Arl.lve
pleeaurri'lI: rentnTfn. oil niorbid mailer The CEPHALIC PTLLSare the result of long in- ..
,, Xj vestlgntion and ,carefully conducted experiments 'tO8 WOaK
.. .:Th Train arriving at Snvnanah at 12.85 connects S Imparts renewed<1 vitality to the nervous system, ; r
SPRING & SUMMER DRESS GOODS with the train on the C. R. It:departing.at 1.30 p. ,'Ting it that tone and energy lndi pen able having been in use many.yours,during,' ch time
: in.May.( ) and 11.10 p. m., (night) for the restoration of health.* II operates upou they hate prevented and relieved a vast amount of 0- S .,

Tlic schedule on this? Rind, Is rrnngcd so as to I II the slomnch, liVcf, anti other digestive organs, pain and suffering from headnclin, whether originating 1PtiHIL; ;r \\O 'if.i ij! .

Fancy Silks'i;' FrenchJ; English; nnd, American: Prints; connect '" tth the Piin'acoU: .1 t tioorgia by. Singe\ 'mil<1'Y. bill powerfully and, soon roilorcs! them Ito I' in the nervous. system or from a deranged state nut heads Blank Note
q Jaconcta nnd Lawns from :\lI1.II.n to Vnh1.44. 1 bus) )by this route,|"' siiU'N acondilion essential to the. healthy. duscharge"of .
Plaid nnd Check stomach.
.' ; Ginshams! :' $ .(' loftin! !( Ihe! Tftllalm'-ro iK-pot at 3, (p' sn I lift functions of imturc. uf of :r.. .b01s.fI 'B1an.kG: ,. .
Grenadines ; t ..k.. : White nnd Colored, MareiU ; ",Ill rcwh Si\' nimh next, duv hI ./05. Elderly persons miyi-M: ,iho tHIN's; dully as They are entirely vegetable In their composition S .'
.i Bcrcgesj;, f' : Plain Striped and Chcckid Lhu-ns: ; JASPEU'J. FULTON Pup't. per directions on lie, bottle, and they v ill tind and, may be taken at all times ,with perfect safety Cad: : ;' &d: :( l'i

Linen Goods of every description, &c.C0TT02rIDE8. v July JSlh, 1800. 2HC' .. :. (nil astimnlnnt piciilliuly) ndKjIcd to comfort, without snaking any' change of diet, and] the absence Executed with nS lnes anddinpat-cV erth;. ()ofe -
I 'dccbninj: ycnrs, in lll!hi iilcncant' 'lo the pnlafft!, of tb.." Friend.J.VT.t':
6f taste renders It' Family
PLAtDS AND STRIPE, TICKIXC. A PRO.' ClfKafCS, HT.RAC1IED AND Lands '.ioTjgornhng lollio bowcin. cxwllcnt as a Ionia, I any dlsnjjrccabl. easy to Payment
BROWN DO.WKSTfCft; LIKEN AX1 CO7TO.V RIllr.'lJ.'l'l.Vo.dWS/1. and, rejuvenating gem rally. We lone the evidence aiiuiiiister them to children.. -, IT. required voondelntry-. ogk., u.. .
-4 ; SLAY.. -A.XD' DUCK, LINEN, PILLOW CASE LIXliX I X TTAKVLLA Cbt1TIr'cx of lliimiftuila of aged men and, women BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS'! -NEW- YOJUt- : 1i, '

I WiPJDiirn: '@@ ;O AM! EMSIrllIDErIS: :! .of EvcryDcsciiption.Swiss Sa1c; prcj.nrnlion who have epcrienfe'd while, fnfforing(the benefit from of elomncli using) this do.rRIIgpmrntfnnllI'lIrrRI :. ,The genuine have five signatures' Henry C. Spald:, t 3 WCJ..W r' OMIF.Dmt\
MIC tLnl.rllgnetl" olfere for SAO! Five Hundred lug oil oath !box.*

Jaconet: Dimity and Linen Bands ; Drcs Trimmings ; Lace Bets .L and Sixty acrcsof LsttdI3iIIg l on the Westside I, I nilvice, of phynicinns' (' ; dcbiliiyi(they hiue; tiding.nbnmlonoil ImlerIhe Hull, ) by Druggist_ nnd all other Dealers nioJiernes. El
; of Wiikiilfa River nml bounded nn tho East nil dclclcrioiiH itrligs and fuiily tested tho A box v.\\l\ be seotby mnprnput) J on iny will Conta/feou, tf'irtilfnt "ntl cXronic Jhf Tcara
re '
by mill, HVcr for three quilt ten ofh mllo. It. I ii merits of this niiiclc. A few wnnN lo Iho \ anil fort/it eratlicntian, and' rtermtnalufc
_ i Man Vllas!' [Hoop Skiffs and Corsets in great variety! ; *'. ..' well tlrtibercJ with Oak; Hickory. and all-other peutlcr sex.' There nro ccilnln\ pjirimU' when I ccijit of hun 'all Jiicac,, .,of.Hit wriiary/ and It.fUlIl't'Q'\ !" *, t fvfinlerrr >
: kindsof\ 00'1. Two hundred acres of thUtinctUMammock I llicii', cases Are so 1 hrniu-iug Hint:many or them QS oozxte. A % .
LiDcn'Tntto and itvnnipnnd'! I Is equal to any land In sink iimlcr the .lri.il. Iho relation of riotlirrnml All orders should. .' \be adilrpsned to r|HE Jotirnnl, unr..UcnRl'Curm, ont liiinf Val1 -
Cloths,", Towela" Napkins! and Dayles: ; Lirdi Eye nnd Huckaback: Diaper;p I Florida for tho mixing of Sugar Cane 'Tobnoco. child Is no orbluply) lender, I that thin JIENRVC. Sl'ALDING tmble Infumiittloii on Spermntorrbea and the
Oil Cloth and Tabfo Covers, English and Ame '\lean Hosiery. : Cotton ami Corn A great revenue I* also yielded' mother cxpeclully If she be is > tofupcrbt h New Hcmedinemplojedat the Infirmary, for IheCIII'
youi-g n\
from the sale wood I wood 48 Cedar Street ,NcvYoik.TIIK ( of the nbuve ,ilin sent th'. :
:/ of j am now sending to linr nun lirflllli in IIIT pxltvliin( nfixtt! 'I't \! f thoeulneeJingmuielteal <)
', .. 'y the shipping at Kt Marks for *hich I get four dnl-l ;- : ;;..i'il; nil, in st-nled I litter '.n\"el.. esrl.oe qf charge. 9D'j'II"iln.clI.lp"J
SlicuM) the
fur h infant."
.' --___________________- line ercor,1. I have a Wood Landing-and at the arrive r during' lh* snmnmr K'aion'es ,'lie I mnlcrniiy", nr..r < : .i' rpq. .

Landing Fish Yard whtri eVer fair day, fih ol body ami nmi'lH generally: ngfrrnvnlcd.! IIcic, yOLLOWINOEMOaSEMENTh: : OFCEPHALIC To; J'dfciili of"sausy'sei.nfuluuus fij Ji lI..1 cliiljrtn -
every kind can be caught: ; an.lln the' running tutson. thou Is a nccpvlty for a tlimnlntit, to roenpo.tiltS ,rtrtiui ,wicon firttfntton nleiff1Uly! >: tt coin-
Mullet [ [QJ i/int'lfatnt, ; \
In great abundnnee': ilitf i-iii'rfric "r the yNlrm, ami cnnblc hut nnnplcution] by mail. jt- H
GOODS The Pine Lands have ) of The ,
a healthy growth pines, mother lo bear up snider l.ir exlmiisilng Irlulanml PiwilntionafjiCoKjiimption iisi-tTliy .tho
,. and may bo work'd ne a turpentine farm-It bring ic'p' : ." only two miles and a Imltfroni II. Walker's Tur. peeler the l.iitcri: to all other innporn- never fulliito' CITS' Concha, UolJ4. Anlbim] ('faUarh!.

Of every kincl.snch oa Broad Cloth, Cassimcro! Shirts, Silk, Merino and Cotton Undo) pentine Distill'r) )'. .- lore Hint rcicivo'Iho' indorsement i.f jihjhicinni wn.r. COMVJ. !CE ATtwnoU'tFKS.rnonHEADACHE ml C. ..uinptlnn; (\ ) a] tLo.uaiuU, : can attest.' :: eudefps !! :.
'Shirts and D\3wcrs'Sarrs There U aim a new source of profit just ancued. ( ,'ou 1.t1eh.' .
Tics Pocket it is
bccnuso the
: Handkerchiefs: Gloves Suspenders fec. &e. ngrcrnMo to / 'Ini-te n>
and which will this! valuable
make tho moat I' lice In To nil who apply by I.tlcr..lIh' full 'i0ecrtitkiu. '
veil as certain to ,ltc a 1'fiiiauciil lu'.rc ol e I
UntrimuictyBonuets'\; Itbuclies, Flowers Ribbons &c W nk"l1""*. 1 refer to the Havana trade' by steamboats ,.r bfcJPjr Etrcre't.; :! ,. of[>,'c, nc'ciipf.llim\ syitipt'iins of(lim>nsc of Any Llml.! .
: twice a month A man. with a suvill foio. All Iho.o re''?;ns, to whom tvo I.nve pniiicu-.' : nnd lnitit, \ of life,oniiibd, ftihiec, free of thiirgo nlll
; I Boots anS Shoes, of Every description nIght make hnndrcdn of dollars on AViiter-inclhiiit, 1 Icily i'aferrtd nhoxc to nil : KiiHcicis fioinf (lie !{h MI, by the chief I'll\airli\n! or :iSuigpon.A : /: '. .
Peaches, &e. ,There I. no bitter land In,tho worbi nml cniiKcJ mn'aiin.' '"" (with two or three stnmp* for I... aw. 'ItiirSvcrutiiry
ner ly dillr.I.Cl'n. TilT A
YANKEE: NOTIONS-such as Buttons Brushes Com1)9 for the prodncttoit of thciw fruIt.The >i. TIR. .'. niJRXKV; '
Tapc!!, Toys, Fancy Soaps, dyHrnlcry, iiiiliapMhn. |o"s ",f npirliic, find
Colognes, Hair Oils, Fancy Articles, PODS, Pencils, Carda:!, ('\;e. .". p pI. There 1 U rngc A rough l U Inoxlmuitiblo farm. .house, on for thu hogs phicc and, cnlth kltclu'ii>.-, all UIHCIIDCS or ucnuigi'mrnts of tin Hoinntli. SPEEDY AND) SLUG CCIJKf [}fI5ox ltecnsbri> 111)) ISOn Vllliani'ibnri\ 43-ly: X.w. {'OI'I..
InvnluN\ uf
tiiprrannuiilid perron nwlcntfliy .
dft 1 bolide and cabin\ : i ; *
IT corn uno ncgio -- -- --- -- -
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and motliiri, nill consult is wrnas 1'm:1IP.CII.: -
Wood and MlloiWare occupation nursing
Hardware, Tin Ware, cutlery, Crockery, Trunks ,I wjilch There, bore Is abundantly aim. on this use 1.lnc.rp'IILVlnc"Rr.l second j efir. I belic\. their own I'lU-buil.'il phynicitl St.wcinm' l":y giving liiul.lo IIl'ICUN"S ,. [p J @ li @ ( [f lP fHJ

for the culture of olld wine m'lqiriiitlcrs n I ..14 lee 7'utilllOll.rfA'CI't; immlu\'cil,, !>. nniklng no country
GLASSWARE. NAII8rSADDLERY; UMDRELLA3 WALKING grape l'\tJ'flOS.-\\'o: inutlii! tin public, Aguim l liifing '
STICKS can surpass it. i,:!, tity af'irJ MHgvetltaiMMf: f>faf Htlif I'j., OIL-COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS
; We will at.o keep on 'tond a General (apply of ROCCKIi TliU valimblti tract nf la mlt\ under the any pf ninny or counterfoils ,
such now ,
as Flonr Sugar Coffee. con CII'I t, of th'ui truly triuitiirJlASOSVJLLK .t."um' .
but !! .
Crackers, Tickles I'rcervc atk for HcsTETTrn's ( t.entitro: : .. .... VTSnchc -
Spice, Pepper Salt Ginger f$onp Kresh Peaohes Pino Api-los, 'J."mnt"CII. tl'Olol Judife, I D.) T. Walkur and Mnjor John licard S
; nnd
tTOIi roll UiTTKiis: n-c I Hint tarts I ottlo hnr.io -
Salmon LobAt-I'S, Oyrtcrsand Sni-dluw! In can., together with the who will pt-rfccl. tltb largest of ; n purclui'w
.ot SEGARa! supply tha- vurion bran.' present : wOI'I9, "lii..J. ito (lulIll's Cii.u.neli I I'!it tvE' : :, Co:>:X., 1'Vb. 5, lS0tIII.
ever bronght: Moutlcello. with any iuantlty of Tobaceo-OOIe! of wliluh U ; himscl', on rcaMiiiiiblctfini. .. .
., the best description. of b'own on the' s the dt tin '''''I'C.111.1 unpcd I 81'.\Itl\s'O.:
very t' N W. W.VLKKR.: '
volt TilE .PLANTER: have P S. I will with, Cit lisa mnta'lia cnp ro\cnn<; thii. doik, nmlnliMcnollial :Sin !
laid In a stock of GEXERAL PLANTATION(): SUPPLIES'; [ : fin any one dtwlroiu <>f purclmning o'lir oulognII.h'.lgnnllll'91.i Iliolabel. : ] ,,
.4. CaTFeolin: confldctt that ear prices cannot fail to give satisfaction, wo respectfully solii-lt iwtronair: iitnny time tu fxnminv tho pliice.Sindy I lia\o) : liiwl jour CVplrilic. I'ilN, and I
Give us a trial.! V Fonl Flu., fJov.' 'Jl, Iftilu.'. 41.tf ts. **r* fl i A i.n A "t? V 1 f
April 27th, 1861. 1'. J. (HAC)'; :soN: -' .. Prepared and sold by IIOSTETTEH & ,, like Ilifni no mil tlint I wan I jou) tit semi tl /*\ .J=.J A_rj fu JJiR.lc.ftj ,i [Ir1 ll ffjr J\ %n
:I7.-lc.ly BMITII, Fittubiirgh. Pa., and sold by all mo tuo diill.irs: uoi'Ji iiuiro. I fl*
Rail ll.oacl druggist, grocers, and dttilor! fcnrr UfthronRhout would ;
Notice. ... .. I I'.nt ot tlii'Mu( aro for tlio nuigliLori: to WE re-pl''tt'IIII. nnisutinel' to'l Ilir'pnl.liothat
= the Uoltoa( i .iuj joath Ameic have
-__-_ .____ \\lmm) I low; we wciiri'.l thefervK'i-s'it an cmincut -'
'u ? : ol'thu lirt box
a I
) out
.' and Qei'many.- gitu Colnrlxtnnd, ..
I 1'aiutcr. ,
ft Tbnoe s li>tiui:(
EXOEtSIOR ---- ;w- H.rsalo In Moiitiodlo] by III:.T. M. PAI.M 1 get from JDU.Sinil j lo obtain thh niuili adiuiied and ilurnb'Tu' stiw lit
STORE. "lIE iitentlon Ell mid, lilt XOIlElir: CoTTj( ,und In Wnkveimli: :; -, 1 1 161'i1I. l Jv mail, mul oblige., ,{ Picture late nn npiMH'tiuiitv nlTnrdcd them I.r tb>-

..... 0p1 JL. Iuliim'o6 A IVn-ncolu oC'lIlIllnc(' llmiixlu"rCout1.It! Ruilrondsidespcctfully the Till by 1'\f.\Im.; A WILLIAMS.Jlureli : Your, :Servant, 1 heist those In Tnlluhll<'..e. lh.. IlIerenlnl; d"'nl1.1 .
: called, Id the following rule; 29. 18SUA: : .. jJA\IES: KEX\E:)Y. fur ihi piipul ijtj'U uf piiintini Iou Indued\ us toiuiilli.V
1860. 1860. : ..;:.. | un ul"'r\"c\ ul.tl.l. und wo are/ now! pr!-
Rule 9, of Tallahassee & Pcn. find OLD 'IINU. 'iiu-il to uileAmtrulyxi .
II 1'F..b.
.. Georgia Hail Iload Co. :Mr.[ Si'viiiiMi.; 01801. 1 Jrdllin"1I, PIe r/tolnijr' .,,,"e. Lifefiud .
IIOnQE DAVIS & CO' ; rixitixtraplii. Calilnei Pliuloffrajin .lfi.,; : rrul'jht: ) are payable, In rnnh on .1.41r.ryotgooJ-, : I' btu : r lure 1'ltul'njriiiJn, J'hal-iyrafJin in OS Ci'l-
i J. T. BUD D'lIAS jn.l stoiti c will I be charged on articles lying I ot t>r, COX:OLIDATEI\ LliTTEIiy: tW ( ERGL's.: I I wi Nli I, yon to Hi-inl me one more box of I, era I'hotngraulit' in 11"altr Colrri and

after' the following (pi-rloiU: Aullt"rir>llnf, "!." .{.,>*<>(Hit L'I/I.I"Ir.I.'t' tAAecfit your C'phalio| l>: 1'ills! Jh'n-q reeeletda great I I r"/1Iral' lo''eJ :.".i
'To ,
." Consignee'V within In Tallulin 611I111.11
t I 19" Y 11I1 rll. rcu.sevt! | hilly, instunce ">* 'every
Bdj. I or uoch.i'ge.

-i- RECEIVED HIS- This II rule If ",1II1.e over strictly Ii"ndhrrvd to", and 1-1 th&yi partlf.' Brilliant S StieraeTFoTJiily:J ly y, 1860.lLOY'AI. MARY, ANN-: STOIKIIOUSE. 'Daguerreotypes Oeocnsc. ; :.l PelsonsUnlargfd .

loiullnj forxiMuUure; r q'II't.II" comply' therewith SrRCECI1LE,1k-IiNiSTh: ) Cn. P.\ ) to n,3' sizes and colored In oil aa'
: equally
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11 :ITfA.1tIt .AfJ'D' WISI11PBB @ @JID or the good mnuot. be d"lIver/.I.1,; ILWANA Pr..ANl I January 18, 1801 J well as rrulll lif... ) ... .. "" ..
!) Man.li 20!), 1880.. 8.tfS5O 26,220 Prizes. ,Amounting to II. C. SPAIJUXU.Siu, : Old Hiutir.lgi ncstoj'cll anti] Cleaned 1

1J.t.; .- JlBRAaSCi ALL 'I'liE NEW.'BTYLES IX ,,- $ '7 1,200. :) : Those ,,'I libliij{ Piiitraltt -will plrnM! have .tl.lr'.
I- '" .l. '. You will. ]>leasc: send mo\ two lioves!' of ordfr' '''un). an our ArtNt will not ri'inuiii: Jurln! lli*
Will bo distributed. according to following your Cephalic Tills. Send them immudiately. hut st'itftiiii.'t' > "

; J t S .\ n iO ..1:11: ; I n 11 It.a :cLnwi1 J 1 PA,1WXLYelving : To ItO1YAL Lo drawn'every SCHEME Saturday.Ti : : Respectfully your, 8t.HKNOTVi\\Vt':Ie sit,hiutys-,;p pi! tiir.I iil..ojut. e hkl lisotograpie.liitrmlucMl are iinivrnnllr a hew citlli'i..'ilro.nnd] the beautiful. ,|Dl.\P-' .

.or:' ..*.'"- gJJ11xJIincs) of .. .|70"000 5 Priws 01..':500 JNO. U. SIMONS. Views taken 1 In any |part of the 'country; at short
:m 1 Prize of .. .+10 (soil: 10 Print of.'_SIC' I*. S.-I have wed one box of your Pills, nullc"lcw.. of buvinett hOlloI''. 01 rctidk'tii't.
a.. ", :E1.0XDEa.xES, wo. I'rixe of ...$10 OiiO' 20 I'rlaelo'Jo. 100 andjind them excellent taken and colon. If drir..d. Siie$.i l"y I e ijal.c-j..
: .I. ** -. SCOVILL & GOODELL'S PATENT I I'rlzeof. .... .. 5000 100 Prizes of. BO) Ainbrotypus and Meluinot_ pes,all slice an.) |>i.I-iiw. ..
A4 ,.., j: ..> lh WELr. AS IIIS USUAL LARGE LINE OF 1 Prize of. .. to. 3000) ItH 0 1'rla"loC. 21 Call and
"1l_ .4" Sewing with Two Threads Double 1 Prize of. .. 8 000. 25 OOO Prize of. 5 BELLE VER.VOX: : : OHIO, Jan. 13. 1801. see Specimens !
I L AtNgAtJp.'ON: : : AND. liEAVY SPrizis of. .. 1 000; llE\RY: C. SPALDING: Esq. December 1. 18(50.( 48 ly'r' t

GOODS! Lock .Stitch 976 Approximate! Prizes amounting 18200.I Plcise find inclosed! twenty.'fit"o cent, Scbediic '

CLOTHING Wholo Tickets *11 ; 1I111\'cs.1 Quarters for which send me another box ofyour Co. Mull .' ", .. .,
BOOTS AND SHOES HATS More t than 1000 ; !
AND OAPS, stitches per Minute, *2 ; Eighths! *[. I rilinliu, Pill!, They are truly the beat 1'i1l81 MOXTICEr..W POST-OFl"fCI *
.S 4.t. i nave ever tried. ::.'

n-1RJJ: : CROCKERY; GROCERIES, dc. TilE OLVLOW CITY PJ4AN Direct A. STOVER, P. M. ft*Front follows andaftor' tLUAite,,t.ll." .1bi1s- will l.e.'*t1oliJ'-r..5SORTILEEN

_.. ...:...- ---- ----- -- .... ..??. 00:000. Hello Vernon, Wyandol: Co., O. I ; MAIL, + : '\

Thes GOD PRICED Evtry! Evening (exceptSunday.: ) at JuVlool
Goods :
are 03 : JN Q QUALITY" ;
will BEVH.-LT
sold as SEWING 11, 1800. FUJUfOA J.\11., 4k1*
:,. LOW INjnilCE, as can.be obtained at any House in Mouticello\ anti Offered MACHINE, POll 0 y lj l OLLA 21*" 1 II. C. SI-.VIJJJNQ' KSIJ. I C\cry nii.rnlHg (except biiu.lny) at 7 oMoek.

: ', .... all articles uot as represented can bo returned. ; sewing with Two Threads RAWNl DAILY AT 6 OTLOCK. fIS 1 wish) 'for some circulars or large show PfT.Xo 1..tt..tI .will be mulled after the J\' ,
Uctobor 'IIE.E Mochlncs arf the best lii'ninrfci-t for faintL bills, to bring IIOIIM. The office! ..iIIl"'lLhl'ly.not t. opouej ,-
'f Montlcillo, ( .. "13, 18t' ". ....... J. T. 33TJIDIIDI860. I)? urplanlatiou UM ; and they are 40 blmi.U .VuwSer, *.-12 JntH. Jiulluti. iwiticulaily before your Cephalic Pills more any purjM>,wi on Suiidnjv, ** /

-' In their ooustrl\ tlon. tJlnt! they niny ho "sent Into $jCJIE..IfJ'fAisy I my customer. If you C. A. CKADLEYJ'"M.
g families with other have an thing of tho kind ( .
no inxtrilctionsthnn are contained j Icase'send: to mo. Moi.tj.-oU0. March U. 1881. .
% In a circular whkli accompanies cavil machine, .. \1,00" tU-ket'' with 8 Xo,. .on it.all drawn f 50f>rt) One ol' my customers, who is subject to --.Ir-----r. f ....

.. WllancVWinler: Tirade. I860. and fniin which a child ton years old limy readily. .4 "- 7 nOUO severe J5U-K Headache: (usually: lasting two lSOl AID .tSOCLjTlO.PIIILAJELPIIIA. \.'
0" '
_ k-arn how to HS4 cud keep tI..lln. Older. .1 10,000 dajs: ,) wa cured of an attack in .'. .
All persons In need of It'M.llllnt'hlll.! ..., will ad, .. 15" :S.SiX:;' ) one hour .1 I: ".I' !enl LsaUu... eotllhlWo.l apHial''r.. .
g -
by ulach "
Vance their Interest by calling theiiudfrni ued .. 4 BOOs your I sent her. a J"// ,, tkt
upon .
; SI If 14 / Itthiftfttftiitk ..td. J..lg-we,(.
J .pj. sal pllrchull1grbese umcljlnej! are warrant 5. If.' \\I": 100 1 Jcsrecttalll: yours, I aJliclc'/II.lh; \1fuleut and Kpijrwu'JSbc.itttpetialtyfur ."cl
M.&nw.; P !MARVIN do good wo.'k I.. If tt '1" so. W. B. WILKES. lilt Cart of JJittatet of 1U$HU'II/:!
JOEL I?. COLLIXS, AgcnC I'. -\ I (J, ,,,,,.. ;
,. .4' .. tIrt.r Montlccllo Dee. 17th, 1859. 44 .. 91,00 Tti Let with a drawn nu.ol.er on MKD10AL" : ADVICE GIVEN .clt4tL \tI16
..Jt stationed
--U. tocumeout at any particular Su t__all who
: @1 &[s1ErFl O A OUEAT bOliTUKUX; : '.'II' placesuch; .. 87, lt 2.1.8d,or ny.other with a dtii.,riI'II"D'!| ( of wu tlieif' 'condition apply, ( by, letter,

I ... ,. I [}7 0 YIA[ [ f : bin tion in the drawing ., .. .... ,. to. .... 6071'Leiaftuia ( GLUE A single will bottlot SP.\LJ>ISG'S PREPARED thin, 'buliiu' of life, de."d iu caw ot S age. IU.I'\I't.ocrupu--
save ten time
I f l 1,00 to any J'riet.at the atott Roles annually.) trtv, MeJicliiejfurbUlit'd Tree charge.. '
A m r E Y mJQ OS or about\ let Juno next tho Georgia Weekly per Jtullar. ** ValuuLla Kt-poru on ttptrmatorrhuia other

@@ Tclegrapliit ill br enlarged to Kinht'iw'es: ; KEMEMBER: I [-If two or more 1C1..etellIuml..tI SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE; di"'II1iH of ths-exual organs and on the new cciii-

..... !) and 66 coluuiu, lathe aggregate j making It one are taken. and all .thone Number suselectud are Jii-a ernllove.l[ In tlmlhbpcnsary.ttnj.to the afdieted .
t. : uf the largest papers I U the \l'1.rIJ. and presenting a nut drawn siuong thTwelvu Drawn Numbers\ the SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE in stle4 Utter envelopes, free of uharge.-..
,0 CLOTHING SHOES perfect summary of K..WS foreign and dimicstlr. aiwell Ticket i* a Bank. 't'w".rhr "hlitmps' for postage will te aeicpUble.

as a large fund niUcellauuoua,. matter. This nr By Ir.las..bemo purchaser can select theb? SPALDING'S. PREPARED: GLUE .W.Iress.f.rE.purt! treatment, UUiJ.SKlLLIX!
&r magnificent sheet will bo pubi] .hd fr Two Dul o.n 1 1I1D.ra. HorGHTON.Aaiug burgeon,UownrdawociatioB..
( Hardwtre lars per annum,in advance *!wu\" .. SAVE TUB tu. '"t1& >inth street ,' F.1Lurder .
J Groceries Iron Nails For the latest -_ ... .... I PIECES! "
news.prucurethe MACON '
; : DAILY El'O.VMY { of the Directors.EZIIA ..
TEI.EO HAI'II. vlilcli ,,' IIP.Tnl !
: ',' Address ihl aLso be i'nlurgcd. 1'11 he 00 M BIN A'!'fo N J3T"A Stitch in Time Sa\f NIne iA "' D. pEA7TsyELL;> FueL
4 .01) orders, PLAN fl
HATS enduing
GEo. FAInCll
; BONNETS PLANTATION money, to the ILV,Scc')', '* '; r
&c., Georgia Telegraph OBue, Mli on. DRAWN EVERY haip[ n, even in well r"l'ul"t..1; May 1 18(10.( U 1* "
Mucon,April ;iSth. 11160. DAY AT 4 OCLOCI'C.1P17'ALPRZES C..llliIi..lt is very d"*iruMe to bun ..sister) "n...u.i

t. -; lUouticcllo' : couvtmeiit c 53' for r.emiriug Fun.ltar. T..) ... AVAHNAH MORNNGNEW8
t Fin. TIlE NEW6PAPEU OF THE: SOUTH. > Croikttry. Ac. 4\ ,
$40,000! $32,000!
$: 5,000! $20,00(>! : BVA.T.
e_, ._ S SI'ALDIXO$ rltEi'\UEI> (..Lt'Euiweti rtfBUSIlED/ -
We t C Tho Cliarleftloii M'erC'urr $10,000! $r,000 $:?,500 Etc. all sisal cilsergeuuilas. and no lummhulii" I 4IIEODOBE- CWl' ..: THOMPSON, Editor .
: pleas announcing to our friends and patrons: and tho putlicencrall Gives the lateat and, most rvlluble com : TICKETS FROM fl l.TO 110.tw' afford tu (Iw without it. It It al ,'nready. and can '
thAt we are now receiving our Stock of ,, mercial and gm..ral news. from all rlitleal.of th" to the sticking |hoistS.'USEFULIN! IIi' Lagsst Daly .JCireutoJiun il tfo Stole /. Georgia t

\'orld. ltd specIal, L'Urre'I''nI| furnish I by Mail I ord..rlng Tisketiustate the Clais. enclose I EVERY HOrsK! .
r and full aud early ft'e!>Ulltaof the emory to niir aJdrrW, cud Ihtily, Vvnun KIIM, $6 In advance.In .
Tel..gt"IIl.h. u..r"t.lug vo of ,.. "f
receipt. it P-rA Brush .nODR
W&rb n LQ[ ) WD V ;ff} @@@[Q) of and Anierka.The tran.'jiire. iu the great cities of Europe will K-nd ..lint I It ordt-n-d by rfluin mull. :2cruis.!. v accnnipaoiM Addr* i.HENRY eai-h i. lottle. Price -Watty J/urnlHy N*'P ;hed every Jlonluy .
I Iff All Coimuuuifution .tri Wlich been }>'t larp selectca with great caro and attention, and which for variety and ex rolitiiMilly. the Jftrewry the plum and glee their I'""., Ulfic. county cud sui.. No. 48 CI.Jar J l St., New York, per annum, ale a ji in advance I
tent believe be reprewuta States '
we nnsurpasaed in this icinity. We court an examination, f teeling as KiijhU r....i.uuc ..lelUeut iud advocates the union CIRCULARS 1'0 ADVyJITtSEX&a. _. S
eurea that it will result! in our rectiing a fair share. of patronage.. of the &lIthent tatH lu luaiutalning tbdr' Cont.luing nplanatioD. of ",. CAUTION. The lrgo Ciriuhitwa of tht"Mir ng Ne wa"m

_ _; In addition to our usual Block, wp are also receiving a fine lot ot OATS and R slid "ItaLII..hing ,'.eir leturlt.f'Jlo rlgbu will\ Lot forwarded \by Mail. to any our on Sfhenir*. *. ate As certain unprincipled iu-r...iD< arc attempting both l country, and ; fiuulliMiu S
which offer .* ly their sending us to |I..IIIIIOf! on the imiutiou I Vv! tirciilutloi Veing larger (baa thai of any
we at moderate rates. Mercury )'car, 10ad\ ...' 00 Burner .. uiiUT.K'ftiuK-pi.lIu'| )
_ c'As usual tf) e arc ia the Cotton Market. .. J"j Tri-Weekly 4'_ ... .. 15 00 OrdcraforTtct'UorCftitificateeby" :' Mall or 14 uf tovunuia uiy Prywrrd| Gluv, I would cnutiiHi all prnoni p.|wr in the atate-readers i Ike beat possible luedium _-
bvforapurilut cud .lh.., for all those wh.
Nopa1.c' uia n/tti tin cash accoaiMHittht. order pre.uhould be addressed to sv the full "" 4J'lt"WD
Oeto\r\ 20, 1860. ijr j. M. Jt W, P. r B. a R11ETT,
ll1n lVg I\1. V.....n O Jl .,,rjll. uuuidn f.iti. i rapier] ; nil others Mrt n luoJlirr eo.nter- Insure ti.. acM prompt, pDtl returai.
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