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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: July 6, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLJ.II. iION'lIOELLQ: ,1i'LO1IIDA"' SATtJRDAY: fULY 6, 1881. s, ,:..,...Nl: "2f i

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'mid; dwellvvltli them and then t' [C.l'.rom. flue JlifnmonJDi, fatcK.Punishment rr- aftltj j Wcbitor'bA JJihtaiy >. a.ly
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with ; we h rtjo'n.f.( people, for 1 I. .-- ,ers. I ,,,tu.October,1832.lr.;\ .

SUl'EUI N'TEXUKNTVJ: gl,)PF'W1i-: ) the,King,.hath. said jt ?" Au.t'thCy.. all!! VM i ; the' J
flloiitlcclloW IJous .ismD 'EYEIl) Wo !I\\'C: alrcndyglrptrn: ( ,annourjccinctt ed'a'_Convention, of National 1 Republi f 1
:TALl'AHAS3EE _fSff/jk, (GSO.} ; ,RiBTALt.AltAssftE'Jttne } pun- : :, .. :'.SATURDAY.. bowed thick lii'h'ls nod Bold( let it bedidrThen1'infiehiDrosn'mid iii \ ''
PROPR'IET'OR of n Vedernl. newspnlief'> Vasliingtonthat can or Whig party at W otc let.ef'! Mass.\
M : HUMPHREYS 8, ISOl. J JON "
naked ,'I% lint '
,- ; and ftrff Monday1; dune; \ i 17th,;1880,''PaUen.\ .SCALE OF ,PfICES";; ; "tlio impression generally pl'cmils.lhnl Speaking( ot' Executive gpwer: ; nnd'putting'!!
shall I !! be done with the l it called'
HA VtX<3 PURCHASE!* THE ger Trains on.this Komi,,.will run ns follows: toll eharfftdtyltit Pfemi( of F7uriJaureuery&3: tribe: wjiieh: tllC Y' (the crew, the privateer SaeannaJ; down'nullificaTIou'iu.. .South_ darolina"heafld .,
Hotel of'Col. BI..ekburll. I AnoVE.I.\ Palmettos being the stiff neck ,' ,' '
eription ofl.ldoerllaiay.LI.ADOPTEfa they, most t j
LJAVE';: 'ARRIVE AT recently captured near Charleston,) will be : .
+e4) to haw the
plea (
pntronAge also Lake City; i.' ...4 a. m Montlcelloi\\ ; ;;i.9.45a.m. nr tun.: EDITOIIAL'CONVENTION.: < ] ell) and rebellions; of all tho tribes 'vvluel ::1' advance '
tended to it continued I have bougbt > lot of hung.; "Sir, tor once, protest, in. ,
And 1 Tallahassee,. .IITallahnMCe "I[ : I Square (occnpjlng the '|I'"L'O ol 12 Di-avicr! lines have revolted "
'new (furniture which will add to the com'ort ? Then when the Palmettos [
convenience of uestl. My table will always. 11.20" StMarks.t..12,50p.m.: 'I'' orless.jonelii'H'rtion..i.) ; .. .. .. $1 Oll( Thin American Government? 'defended against such medics! ns. .t'have, heard
supplied\ with my the best tin. market can; afford.. M. MniLs.' 8 p"m.. '' .e, .' 4,30' .". For every subsequent Insertion.: .. .: ;.. .6 0 were mentioned, the King.; was "uorgly; 1 .the' .principle and practice of privateer!.; hinted. Wo are told, sire that' the Presi-

Murch 24th. 189_ly_ Tallahassee" S S ." Mnntlccltii Ocklocfcnnee, ,. .,., .6'7.30 tta' 1 SqnareS: 11101llhs"n'! ,& 00 troubled and ngnin'ealle.1 for his! cup bear: ing down to the present war, explicitly! lent will ulI1cdiah.ly'emp10y i Iho''military ,
I 1 1 ."t R montin ...t.... .., ...>;.i i.; ;.. 8 ot (
"FLORIDA HOUSE.,' I 6 Lake City.t .n11, .a..m. 1 ," 1 year ...'.. ... .... .k..i .\12 00 cr, and they nil took! A drink, and t felt! more i refusing\ ,' for reftsona which Secretary Marcy force, and at. onco blockade,' Charleston !tA -
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Connecting nt, Iolltlee1wltb\ Stage! line tn" and U 1. .. ... ... ....:. .. .' .J..200I. warlike endrendytoubeythe<< command\
MONTICELLO . FLORIDA.C from Qroo.er)vill*. and t with the S"v nhllh.'Alban 8 1" .. .. .tf.i. .. .< >. 28 00( net forth nt great length to agreo; to military remedy, by.direct,military! _*p-
BLESS Proprietor. and Gulf\ Railroad to Savannah ; at the Oiklocko- 4 .. i .. .O.l..t. .:;f.f; do oc of the King "Then the King being' men ry. the Paris: proposition for its .Rboli ion- eralion !has been thus! ,suggested, as! tho

and front ( .iluev nnd !St. column ", ., .o''.. ..... ... .. .. and well: wiih himself said if
rTMIlS Home U still kept open forth iKonramodiijL < nee River with Stagetn J at | 1 : > .4.. ... 40 00 pleased any! Iliitnin has the South intended 'Vuioiil
tion of Permanent and transient Bonrder. Marks with$!ago!, which will I leaver for New port on I i '1 .. .. >. .. .< ;.-.. .'. .. ..'.<.,'60 ((1C ask anything of the half Great recognized asa : means preserving? tho:: r ')
and the proprietor respectfully solicits a share! arrival of the cars, and return before the train I 1 II i ; .. ..:. .. .,-.... .. .. ioo 00 one me even unto liclligerent, and therefore coming under, Sir, there U no little 'reason to think' :that

pattonnge. t3f'Xo accounts will b. kept during,!: leaves.. !CslntAnnd I Legal Notice to charged the .911117 kingdom! I..will pvc it him., ". Then the law; of nations and entitled to nil the I this suggestion! is true.; Wo, cannot bo 1
the It to a r-o] Th"'relllll"r'\tnlte! !'\ Ltne'Orum'1 nticels will\ I i,lt .
present year as impossible keep up sauna as transient Advertisements, except Chi"i.."sjiid "Get mo the heail of Jefferson!
tel on the credit sysUm. leave firronvervilleupon th"nni-K'.oF"h9' 7.30 Notice of DismiMburn* AJniinlatniti.r, for lights anal immunities 'which'Lellipel't'llt: altogether unapprehensive for tho future.

January Eth, 1861. C'1.11. P. M. trains} but wb'n nl many t.Kofrr! fi r Oiooversvllle which tlioclnir i> an t\\r\ will (fciiv' .1tmth-"l1i.!! ; nrii"n '
the arrival, of the 9.4S stage;A, M. j; thus 11rIJ\ fartlili11 : I ertlnti fir publieaflnnnotsuer.ifyInathevmmtlev''of \ to bo\ rl11hU IIf'I' in, the! mind, on account ,of the .promise! house of Lords] ,the proclamation of, Abra against the unauthorized employment of Vi

[ 'Lk/IDJl [Q) [} rn: and arireanopportutlty of : sgiu luJnylifd. < he lu ; $ I'll) ; '
fiilid nud \
? _. : I (.IniViJI:, ncordi! ctc.1 HhobovtSOUR. hart: Lincoln,that ho would punish aspirate military, power, anti ', ngainst .snp scding
No train III bo bon on t Sun t\\-> ;
MADISON, 1
10. KILLER a -. Proprietor, June 15t'.i:;[ I. tROl. IS UOtfiro will: "ho did not think he could go, but ,
_; most emphatic: reprobation 'as barbarous force., Tho President has no authority ta r''
OPEN to the public and the Pro would t get Winfield ns he'n's\ well aojiuinted '
13 prlctor respectfully So.! solicits hare of pat P 'n. &; Cico, ,R, 12. Co., > i rnl e.D1I\ and inhuman in tho extreme. Wo do not blockade Charleston: the President has:no r
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run qs J2f"The House i I. situated on the *troH TALLAHASSEE: Jnnd 1-t 18D1.. ,. JAFTEIl ( : .with him. Whether Winfieh refer to those facts with tho expectation: authority to 'niplnymilitary force,. till he
leading from the puhllc squire to the Railroad depot. pnbtl atioN of> IhU n.. >ti .e, no negro, Slav .. \vent, depontl knovvcth note Then the
November 17. 1860. COOllas. \, rsM cf cot a.., rot h slinc. sill\ liotrani- i tint they will exert any influence upon the; shall: bo duly r qnhcJ.to dosobylawrnndby ;

ported on the r"iuacoU
Vnilroal, unlusi lio |ucjnt< n penult from the ow,.. Wa mighty M.:: "WestDEALER er, gurJil&1.. or other r.'spwtaildepnrty'nutliorael)I. ; but there arc other! modes! of ad cause the.! laws: to bo. executed., _{Iis! _dttty:

'- ryP3aVISONS" autlioil/.in:? UK." (tunuooyt'tranyott" ;' ( such person Weu1.IVt thou hn"o110 )love (lice, dearest, city," and as they were about to go out, dressing their understandings, which [ will Is to suppoi the u\ il Ruthol'it).. His dutyis
nf !hleh! 'Anita, tlmll bo In th Within woman's proudest heart, tho said! "let and 1 nil .,
color n p. tlrplicntc ns. a King ns liquor, they
bo ] if the law bo resisted the
GENERALLY to
GROCERIES most probably adopted employ
Company will roq'iireone, to K\t\ In thiir, office. Which shall ever hold the i.eircst, Jra ked and "s\UiI I1." : er
TALLAASSKRFLORIDA. U. T. \\'. iVFA\A.Yiatautaup'L o.: 'Bhrincd: in Its inmost hpi.rt \ <) We have': at the head of tho Confederate military force of the country;''i if necessary: u

.l VL' L erders with prompt accompanied attention.by the C.SlI11'\ June, 1801. I i-tit Listen then I My cow try's railing: ......_DIXIE. Government ono of the most hunvuio and for their support and execution ; but to do

June lath 1830. 18,ly..BRICKLAYING Sacuinal1A1bauy: fc; Gulf.Railroad. f(: On her sons (o meet I the (fact! [t'rmn> the, London Fissure, June 3.] high minded of rtnlcmcn and soldiers; but, thsvonly! in compliance with law and,,with t

Leave I AND PLASTERING. .. ., .. M. Prop the dicutny harp of love I . ;
Arrive VuMo.tu;. .. .6.461' of tho Northero>Press- \\illand prompt' and stoma! !. 11cl' Kion. ell
Joseph' O. Taylor, Leave Vuldosta .. .. .... .... ... 430AM. Like,'ollng'Korncr-seorn the turtle, DESmR OF SOLDIERS FOR WATER ox TUB:> "tits

ti fad> Mlr OK11: .O oS >JJ Arrive at :Savanna! .. .. .. 12,85 I'.M. \\ hen .the eagle ncrvnmi ..l.o\'e. Surely'wo have Home reason to expostulate aware of the character of President D.iu is. BATTLE 'IELP.-A yankeo participator in
The Train at Savnanah at 12.53 connects we look with polioitudo to tho action of
'business in arriving *
CONTINU hranchet.to carry And on W thavnbove II be pleased to receive with the train on the C, It. R.
In., ( ,) and 11.10 m., ((1I1loq) Iso thou for for the truculent have nssumii'tonardx idea of tho risk !ldicr will to
a portion of the pitronage of the puliUa. .Ornn- Sduy p. thy eounliy fight I tone they : n 8 ) run
decide wh'cthc'r. thin is to be ronductecon
mental done in as good style IU eon bo accninpUshedbyany : I on this Koad. U arranged so as to war '
\ 'Xeolli her nohlo emldom rally."God : this country. What havo we obtain water\ iipon Iho battle field:
one In the Slate! Entire ntlffacti oonmct wltli! the IVnsQcolu it: Georgia by Stage the ordinary: principles of civilized! war ,
s
.n U\ gtiaranteedInevery c iff,and work done on (i'om M idlxm to Vnldiwui.' 'l'bllslthis, r uite pa<- f our country and her rlghtI'Listen done ? How have: wo mislielnved: our. "Some of us' have bud' very narrow ,
faro 'It with him alone
reasonable scnt'ir* len\lii.jtliaTilh!"liii terms selvesVhy to 1'0'lcot.led and] chances life.. In the course ot'tho light
nio we /
g(Hf* He will likewise... superintend; the' making will reach :Suiuumih:: next dnv l br 12.M. On hi'r sons to meet the foe 1WOlUnn' t settle that question. It theso privateers .
"
JASFER'J'FULTON, Snp't. threatened: and warned} ? Wherefore! this several outs! ran across n l'onltl1long which
and burning of Drivk. lu'nit b 1 soft and :
tender aio' :Lung, n loaf will bo opened' in the
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-Feb. 4th. ISaO. JSl-ly July 28th..1830. 21 tC But 'tie proud] nod l faithful' too. attack ? At (lir"1 a few dropping nhots volume ot events moro. sombre and 1 MUpiiiuaiy the cannon of tho' <'110m)': w cro'constantly .

Itfotloo.r Shall slid be her 1 with violence in in order to water.I find(
Spoo1.a.1. ind'gdvfciider T plashed some our own playing pet <' ,
JOSEPH 'vW::B3ETloroha.n.'t : : than"Ameiicahase>'cr een. Aiyo
rk.aaw Lover soldier up and do columns then ,lIt''M discharged / by L the that on' tho; battlefield a man
t'tfJHO. .-at: a \< siulJenly way,
Ta1101A 5 a '* ,,-t,, I.t.. 1j- for an eye, a tooth' for a tooth, n life
-'M'' : : Seize thy fithei'sanolcnl fakhlon at us fiom. the Louvre Hotel in will rink his lift, without hesitation: '/for
DFtIii is- for a life will bo the recogni/ed rule. An '

,- IluiulyOIailc ClolliluzA ; \> now and aftir running Mardi(,'.S3,m, 1K6I rVriinnd'.im, the\\ regal to Urvmnon.will Trnin. Whl"h once (lashed" as freedom's start I Paiis nnd now comes a complete salvo of {Irlct account: Or"Ol1r indi-btcdnem. water) Having 'got it, w e ,were waiting: +

Till sw ell'eoc-lho bow und ttholtcd from all tho Northern to rush back again touring] tho i ls in rt
GEN-rLE:IEX't1 Ft'RXISIIlXO' GOODS, on S.thsrdaya continue C."llIr Keys arriving: halcyon guns press be kept, and to tho uUeuuuBt f.u'thing. : .1111! 1 ;,
lit 11 P. M. 'i'henc'u rl'll1rulnlf11!11\ leave Cedar Stilled: the stormy sh ifeof earl order do Our
England is to be made war upon if she! to << so. .First Lieutenant.saig;
T TALLAHASSEE FLA. Keys at 4 .\. il, for Bronwn IIn'll I -'l-'ernnndinn on Listen! now thy conntrj's tiling: with compound intcl'cst\\ that: debt. bo
HE ALWAYS: kecpion Imnd Cloths,islmores, Monday.. On her .should move a finger Federal America: tint, 'Don't so many of you como sat oncej"; ,
SOIl+ to meet the foe 1Sweet paid.
VMtlngs< : Fancy Coatiugs, Ac., which he. I Ii St.oomdrt11\ be at Cedar Keys on the follow'irg 1,1\'elll i..wers-l i is to join vv ith France and destroy us if we .. ... I[, w ith 'somo others., stopped to let tho
pired: to mike to order in a workman like moonlight; -'
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up diijs.FOR .
banner and on the most tunable term Sweet the altar and th J ((1.line- should )but cast a shadow! of n ship upon Victory or Death. next lot pass They mado a rush.and 1

February 21th\ 186)! ly March NEW 28 OIILKAXS., :.: March Foil KEY 18, WEST. Sweet I Is spring.time with her f1olver1IIIIII'" tho wateis of tho South When the French n"p"lio'a8! threat when nearly nrcofx, a, Cannon :bull' came:

PATuMEK.WHOLESALE April II an.128, : : April lend 18 Sweetor fur the palilot's ammo .fl' A Sovereign Democracy of Federal Uc whizzing along and killed four men, mowing
T M. May 14 and 28. : ; May 4 and 18, lined w'uh invasion, and tho safely: ot the .
and, them down
AND RETAIL Juno 24 ant, 28. ,W: :."Juna 8 and, IS, Should) the 00.1I ho rules above thco, publics punishing conquering a rebel1)emoeraey State proclaimed in danger, nil citizens instantly. ,. .
i ia .j. i
of Con federate t i
July Hand 28, : ; July 4andl8 Doomthee to a suldier'agrave, Republics, may '
DEALER IN= Auj. 14 and, 28. I : August Sand 18, rushed to the (standard: ot the country- Pay"of Voluutceri. I. ,, .-, z
Huiirts wil! break but f.mio will IOVM thee to the students ot publiclaw
Sr and 28, : : Sept. 4 and 18, appear strange Impelled by patriotic fervor, nnd the insjiiiing ",
Domestic and Foreign Drugs and gains will regularly{ oonneut, leasing Bionson CunouizednnongthelraveI, ( 1 -vLUten ; but wo havo: it before us :as filet; and Wo frequently hear tho question 'asked
,
and Cvd.ir Kc\ an uliot. then thy couiitrj'scallingOn ;I\: words of the MarneSln.i, the frontiers
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tact must deal with it. The words
a we
as in
'what do officers anti tho
Choice Fauily lI gdiclacs, Round Trip 'llckvts fiom all regular Stations can her sons to meet her fuel!IP.ulh..r were speedily crowded! by impetuous, pay pnv atest
be had at reduced rates "rebellion" and "loyalty" when used. to 'I
Confederate 1 Army for their! sercieeel"\
would\ 11 view thee 1 get
lying and warriors. Tho
impulsive' impatient
Hh! 3 t-u1 Y OJVa1 tf Hi/t/ > J. LUIKIX. 1
indicate the action of ] States
April fi. 1801, [Bin] Kng it SupX On the lat red fii Id of life, independent great difficulty! WlS-to direct and disciplinethe Tor[ the! information of all tool),. wo append -

Toilet Articles,* 'Mid thy eountr "'* !Vcroesdjlng. joined together by a contract which derived ( Tho number of the following! schedule : 0 '

PERFUMERY, HATRVDYES, &o &c. FOR FLORIDA I VIA. t A V ANN A H. Than to Le a dastard's w ife I its validity! from each individual assent: eager:officers ma: *. small( and experienced The Colonel gets'81 15: per month. .

Kontio TIlE STEAIEU.Am@llill1 compelled' 1 resort to new and untried nan. per
Abraham: the the characteristics of fixed forms of
King.
Major gets $150 month.Cnptl1DL .
; all of whom wero eager: for tho post of per

MONTICELLO, ... . FLORIDA.E. (B J AD It was in the year-ono thousand eight government they have been made: r:,- honor and 1 danger. Tho energetic statesmen gets $HOI3( per month.
miliar to us by the old} writers but hero
LESTER hundred, null and in tho ; who then ruled Franco met the 1st Lieut gets> $00 per month. ,
A. Captain, T. J. LOCKWOOD. sixty one, fourth .
have them in have themin '
we use, j just as we 2d
Lieut $80 month. ,
Informs the leave Southern Wharf every Tuesdny mouth, of the reign of Lincoln tho King, Crisis!! by procl.iinung. that victory or death gets per ,
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RESPECTFULLY he has WILL fur Savannah, at 7 o'clcok which ,, Austria or Uussia. If however, we 1st Sergeant (21 month. *:
that eltl)1( ; ; who reigned over iho States railed United was required at the hands of oflioer.! gets per
ted In Monticello,and U prepared to port she will I leave at ip.. m.. same day, arming I stretch the light of. sovereignty to tho every Other Sergeants $17 mouth.:,' .
pair Onus and PUtols, In a at Ftrnandina Wtdnesdtiv, 3 oVhx\ ;;, a. m. States; nud ns! the King sat: in thu White No excuse would 1 bo eeeivcd for defeat get per

manner .2P\Vork ""rrantu<1. t3T :Shop In the Returning will leave l'ilutka. Thursday at 6 a' House in the City cnlto.I! Wnsliington, tli.itn utmost, 'VI1 hill tnn can bare no fairer, nndci any c l'curnlltances. Nothing but Corporals> :and' artificers $13 per month.Privates ; .;

rear of Di Scott'i *.)rug Store. m. ; Jacksonville, ot 3, p. ni.; Fernamlinu. II p. m ; title to sovereignty over Montgomery than $11 l month with yearly
RU ,
January 26th, 1801.. 5V3mJOHHSOpcCJli&CUTIIBERT( and Savannah Friday at G p. in. drrivingot diaries messenger camo unto tIle King and bow. the of had and victory could satisfy the demand: of pat' i ioiisin i- : per

tun.haturdny morning ed down and said, "Oh, great and, mighty: King Naples over Sicily, and the safety: of the !State.:: It thoy! illouancc clothing and olio ration per
Commodore Tatnall who is the
only
1'A SBAGE.From King eleven ot the tribes have: revolted in !I encountered tho enemy, they trust conquer day.
Charleston to Savannah. ,, .$ 00 American who, ever yet came to us in adiiliculty '
From Savannah to Fernandina. ,.;. 4 00 the! land tying Soiiili of the liver called to to tint "blood is or 11i '. There was no other! altcrnatie Qunilermaster gets the same: as Captain." '

SUCCESSORS TO From Charleston to }Fernandlna. .., .. .. 6\ 00 Potomac, even unto the nations which lie piove us -better be martyrs: than dastards: : Commiisary the Santo ,
JOHNSON, BIRD 'L CO. From Charleston to Jacksonville. '.. .. .. 8 00 thicker. than water," i is, when ho goes .. ...
_' South and West of the Rio Grande and The ctlect ot this energetic policy! vigorously .
From Cbarlvaton to Picolatn and ril..lkII..10 00 afloat, certainly| not moro ofa pirate was than ,I'U.USECESSt1m...- Praiso seldom
----DE.\LEnSI ----: D. J. TAYLOR, Agent bordeiing the called Atlantic vast and instantaneous.The .
Fvrnandina Fla. on great sea Gal ilml.1i.. As wu treated Garibaldi so we put-Rued, was comes from iho ho.li t. We praise to be '

Dry Good, Fancy and Dress Goods, 11. L. CHI3IIOLM. Agent.Chaiitston,9.. and even unto the liver called Ohio.- must treat Com.Tatllali.! invaders were speedily expelled trout >rai ed.) We flatter to bo flattered. We-

Clothing; Hardware! Groceries, March 1861. 2 Sin C. Then the King looked mighty; wrath and As we i expected the .blockade of the her soil by the invincible legions Franco, never commend except: when wo Are with.

Crockery, Glassware, Boots; 23. i issued! u proclamation: culling on all! his fleet_ofthoKing ofNaples, HO we shall and names never before beard, tilled the out envy and envious feelings. Everyman

Shoes, Hats, Caps Book, P1easo 7Ctoad This. great men mid chief corw'loi: and sooth I respect; tie blockade. ol the Southern ports trump of fame. is our friend and will be flattered and _

Stationery Watches -- bakers, fornicttcradadulcrstoncsemile; I I fleets Wo aro in a similar situation, our population commended 1)1118 provided ho does ,
not
The Great Soiiilitrn Saratoga hy thud of" the. Xorth ; and'as 1 we ; ;
.
tl.em! .d lvctogether in t-o! (_"' ,. ''Inrasi.nt' ,1! have rushed to all anxious
it\ :
Jewelry fcc. &c. ,: : arms- tofchaie stand in our then becomes
---- let-pected the belligerent rights ot'the eons path; praise -

Uostlcello.April. 1881, 8-tf THE WHITE: ", \\ ; .:n i .\11'1'1.! Lcrt U|.(.';, hsl! nseiu-: I querer' of Palermo, who was: really at that in the glory and the peril routing censure. Some use; their tongues as a '

Livery S'ta 1e, [ln1 f YUn.. }JI 0) 'r'.r)' -)1"\lV: ; .. ] bled theinstiven: the G: s..tt >mil, i nn 1 aioment not'cl'y' distinguishable, ; : from a the invading foe. With the exception of trowel to build up their: tame-smooth spok.

> ,, and the King hail sat hiru,>tJi! mi the 1111;Oil<1, ho f few ofli ers of the late United States en words by words used th l I
FLORIDA a to
Iroitly
MONTICELLO .0. :
Situa/eJ at Zhi Junction nf J xk,> and fl oi1M'I'h.ke. lIOI'sair,80 we must most cei tainly respectthe gain >
in U't'ilof }? ida, M he called Williain whilst> surname: is Sew. who have rallied to standard
II. WALKER: County squaaeJby belligerent rights of eleven constituted array our good opinion ol those! who bare the powero
few.uJsurpasui6M none y Iht JfinralWater ( lo take a scat ( hi* right hand for I practical is n thing! unknown to
art 'n war ourcitizens minister to their welfare. Avoid both
purcliase4 from W. A. Black *14 tile Vnv'/itrn Sat.'."/'/'i alt States. It is quite absurd! in the Northern

HAVING. the LiverySta.Uerece.nt1y own-f ..eater, Gi. the mll115\ well .,leased with! Willian, States to expect ui to take !put: \ in this I -soldiei'u. Tho vast! majority of our praise and censure except U come irons

.d by him will continue to conduct the buuucMu "allJ.1.iJity. Dypcptia J,. and delighted to l locked upon him, for hew I officers! are, therefore and necessarily! unknown the heart Wo should bo delicate with
heretofore. Horses and Buggies always on band,and 'PILE inliserllor! is ruiu'ng ...., r. quarrel, and it is rather a sign of imbecility as
to be hired on reasonable terms. Conveyances with L ComFort "tie: Two l\ure'\ .::: it1' na a great, counselor! and a ciiunin man, to suppose their scolding can: affect us.- men. They have to bo tried, nnd one AS with tho other. If unjust! censure : '

careful drivers furoUhed to travelers, to carry them luck from ntutlou; Xo 5 on the _""" and. one in whom he delighted. Then Le Ilion the success of the trial will depend offends "
te any part of the country. Horses cared. for by IVnwcoU Jc; G ....!,' ISailroad, to laid Apnugs.. When however, they proclaim the abolition unmeant praise does'moreit; -
WinfielJ hose is Scott of

the lives and the ,
.the day or month at a m03erat'rrice. twice a week, moetin* the train on Monday and called surname of slavery throughout the Union, they our people safety of disgu ts. r"-
tJfaUbles located bet"eelttbe Thursday evenings: and will take passengers; to his to take a seat ou the l left of the throne, for the State. To adopt the stem rulo of the .. .. &.J
two hotels back of Dr. Peeler's residence. house, six miles on their way entertain them for warrior will have: all our sentiments on their side.! THE VIRGINIA TBAITCBS.--\VXJ ought <: -
he is and '
a great a mighty man French committee nnd exact immolation .
November 17th 1860. the and them to the Hut have heard :
40-ly night carry through Springs\ we no whisper: ot this I '' '
on the next day; returning on Wednesdays and withal. Then tho King called Bates, his hitherto. In other or victory might not accord with tho man. t.o remember the names of the rulerselectedy Mr'(

''l'Iet'AL'GIIT.: DCAHO &; CO., Saturdays. lie would respectfully solicit a liberal cup bearer, to bring hill}' sOloe1 liibky ; matters we have moro tiers or the fcelling of our age. Cut the( > the Wheeling (Va.) Ktbelu for the new, -
Fare through $ .oo. reason to fiom i
patronage.[ regret oar separation our
O93OT313QN J 1 MESOHANTSSAVAJfJTAU. E. E. BARCLAY and.} when i it was brought, Cameron, his nest most rigorous exaction should tie Hate of Panhandle.' They areas: follows:(
customers of the South than from the '
CEOUGIA.WJf June 15th, 1801. 8m taSter-for the King had'a taster to taste "( strenuously insisted one Dismissal, from Frank P. Pierpont, Governor; Daniel" .Pat-'
If C SAVOUT, I WK.: BEARD, Protectionists: of Philadelphia. Hut theyare
SAXES OR (AID, I I JOBS DESUAM Schedule all that he ate and drank, so that he might he service, instant and without regard to sley Lieut. Governoraad Lamb,Paxton,!
lUaU both, and they are all our friends} and '
September 1. 1880. 89-ly live long and not be destroyed by his. cnemics I circumstances, should follow every failure. .Van Winkle, Harmon,, sod Lazear. Gore:
almost our countrymen ; and} our plain dutyis (l'
MONTICELLO POSTOFFICE.From -then Cameron pronounced it good Success is the highest-the greatest-the nor'i Council.1. ,
to do justico to both by holding strictly; .. .
FI8K 8 METALIO BURIAL! CASES, and a.fUr this date, the Mails will be closed and fit for the King to drink ; then the one pro eminent and indispensable, snlfullicicnt 1 a
ARKANSAS T&AVEIXEBS
follows to our neutral: rights and relaxing them to oyTUKlloAD._
as : took drink and rubbed hU baud and
a nll.pumcicn'irtuQ
King in an
SOUTHERN MAIL the detriment neither Capt. MgCrea has raised bf
company r
.4 E.'J ErenlA\ :, (except Sunday..t) 9 o'clock.; and.wiped his mouth, and : >well. J pleased i, .. officer. With it all things may bo accom 200 men in the wilds c4 Arkansas. for the, '

FLORIDA MtlL, ana asked them all to take a smile ; stud BLOODX( WAR.-It is a feral fact that in pJi"IICJ'hhou it, nothing.: Our officers of tendering their services Deal!
to
ALL. aluaeonataatly on TUOMA3 hand and SlMJJOXiUoatieeUo for sale by:: Every f3fSo morniig Utters(except" ill""Sunday.be mailed) at o'clock.after the.above they all l drank and were merry. and sa was this wfa find brother pitted against must learn to command A corporal's equad MrCulIough.purpose : One of tho conditions or

FU., March M, 185D. ly hours The office will po4Uf( ly not. be opened fur the King I Then the King arose and brother and father against! son. Capt. four people. This should! be undersTood heir enlistment is, that each recruit shall: -):

any porpoteOD Sunday.a A. BRAD1Y, P. u "Opened his mouth and spoke; like A man" Adams, U. S. man-of-war Sabine, has three a t lncc. and the fixed and irrevocable law, be a single man. Another 'au-1 the prime

PI<(ILII [l, 81918 Moptlcello. March 16. .186 U -.' and said. am I "uot Kiug of the eleven lIOns in the Confederate army, A son ot. It is demauded by the lives of our soldier Bonditiou i is, that; each man,must b e able to,

SUCCESSOR( TO CIIAS, M, WEST, tribes, .which have revolted ;J" And theyall G, D. Prentice ia commander of a secession -by the vast !otere"t at !Lake-the safety prove. by two disinterested uitngsaeSvUiaV, ry

PEALERINGroceries D. J. Tny1o'sGV'GLNJJT bowed their heads to the ground and military company in Louisville.ILL of the Commonwealth freedom and he hag killed his bear with his knit,;.. ..1 1

Provisions, OOt-"UJJ: aOn : said: it U BO. Then the King &a.iJ. "What ..... I ndepenJeuoa of tho Confederacy.mond : .- .. .. ,

FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, -AND- tthall be done with the eleven tribe ? Shall JUxsEUi: -Vii'le, ill nature, and Whlg "What you drive such a pitiful''

Also Urge )lot of Receiving and Forwarding Agent we not go down info the land and possessit want of sense are the three great sources II. .. looking beast as that tort why" doutr -you-' ;
CHOIOR CONFBCTIOXART.ALLordets "Gin the de\il his due." This ooat of flesh on him?'* I t
and blaaghter the men and the of ill manners ; without some one of these may pla
a* omp jxi d with the ea.h vill meet PEBHAHBIKA.FLA.f young will behave answer very well for apothegm, butract.calI1 "A heavy coat of flesh!. By ,"poRIll'
old aud wives and and defects no man himJi8Jt> ill.for
atUaAUn. .. Ageot for Charle.toa Daily Une oI8te.m. *. men, daughters, ,'i it would carry off mor people the poorcrestare oat: ; hardly carrytat ii9

lhrek 0,11I. \ 1I.1f February;. 25. 1&il. .Jy! ; take their man servants and maiL. servants I want of evperienee. than tbe pllgoe.. on him.YVjj ." i pi p





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.Rumored at Penucola, R' nnd one Conlederalo C. Harris CRidllmond Leon Artillery took bout and ,intercept.' /. Trotti ..- v- --
,
: such a mAn., I de 1 \not often Indnlgo In has Fighting; -Henry ,. D,,.Virlia. a
i.titd I .-- :" :*t, *.* ,' ed tbe one from the Mohawk outside the I '
coulhlamiy'thing say .
"J f1 }TjU.iI compliments) not Col. Tl o' Frcderickshnrgcorrespondent'i > : i : of
tt loDirLmnnrf but of tIlt! From lIe\'erlllllources some of our citizens ; bar, when the officer aboard handed
lie ot service Ten thousand Missourians have crossed '
.. any nd nil who know him here have: information :of a character that{ Williams communication' n, asking tbc the Oalltnoro American ftienish t\me. follow;
.
.atisfied '
,. : II would am ( bear me,. out, that ho is one 01 Flon-- would tend to tho belief, that the long exiccted the Marays, 100 miles South of Indenpendence transmission of a l letter to a'young lady at l Ing'tinder slate 0'((ttie'aj\if\) :1" *

wormdty and) for an advance S*,Mnrks.. Col;'Williams: ,,was asked'to
are
and
(la'sjixJSt: distinguished, citterns, ) battle near Pensacola would preparing The town, nsnallyrdquiet,- wa's thrown
commence
of any honor slid may confer upon him." Win. Brent, of 5. C., and Henry Scott, read tho letter, which was nnsefllcd. The into aliUle"Jcrmf'nlMycstcrdny by. tho I

......,. at a very early day.. The greatest of'Maryland, have been arrested auspice letter was trom the commander of the arm id of six desert<'rs from limo Gaiibaldi

Fine Field of Cotton activity in t>preparation: for nn early battles Lincolnites. ATohaicfc, stating: that a relative of thelady's Legion;, of New York; t tnostationed in

tnanifcsteri by the Confederate officers, by in Connecticut had.sent by ]him a Washington.Every! one
Elleuwood : informs that Fremont has boon! commissioned a Ma. which ho to wns"c'contsl',
Junes in
Kq. was
/ letter containing money, and wanted
and some ''seem to think that. the day of 1 criotA, ,, a .
Col. James Bangh, residing a few mites!! battle has been designated Tho garrison jor General. '''h deliver in person, and as ho could not go therlnR considerable: jam and

Jv smith of Montioello, has: a field containingabout Orders \\\'ero given by Scott on Monday, ashore, asked her to meet. him 'over the aquceae. the first "miff}'lmt somewliat .
at Fort Pickens reinforced the 24th would
was! on at her convenience when hot .
bar ,
thirty acres of the finest cotton ho to supply the whole forceon both sides of ulown over, I learned gootl.fir
by i a large number of Federal troops, and take/ her aboard the Mohawk. Tins may deal of difficult that they laem. French 1 :
,
this season of tho It is the Potomac I with extra rations for six ,
e\'ers'.iw at ; that
yenr. correct but it looks tons
among tho'nIl1l11Ier,' it is thought, illy.Wilsou's all be very and cnl'rclY.lblo 16 word of
ar : "FTal Jaaiilia, raal Cxhun.- planted\ in "Dicknoil's l'I'otitio" :Seed:; ," and ,. Ilegiment of thieves and days. there must be. "something. rotten iu. Denmark English! ;woro. l\I ,nndcrstmmdta to join''the'NowOrleans :

'' f F. R. FILDES, Editor.. .: is nn average of two and a half feet high, bonds. Stirin'g ne\ys?maybe expectedfrom vaga It is reported that Missouri! !Is being rap .". Zouaves,' and'liad' dosertcd"oilWednesday

li and heavily loaded: with forms and Loll that quarter fn a few days. idly overrun by the Federalists.Gen. !. The Cotton Planters Convention, held mornin&and walked;.nl' tho

r They were counted on one stalk, and it .. .. Ben McCulloch bas.issued' proclamation last Saturday at Tallahassee, appointed tho tho way to n on

: Monticello : was found to contain one hundred and thirtytwo Summary of IVew calling 'on the Arkansians to following delegates to attend the SlaconConvention the Maryland shore ot the.Potomac,nearly' .c
opposite Mathiaspoint: ; : _
i- i i '
which is extraordinary. rendezvous promptly at Fayetteville, to to wit : Joseph Chaires, Sr., .
Tho verdict of in report an interesting .state
the Jury the of They quite
SATURDAY MO'RNING. JULY 8, 1881r ...., caso
Hurrah for the Ladies the late massacre, at St. Louis, is that the drive back the invaders and sustain timeMissourians. John; Miller\ Drj: Holland, Gen. Daily, W. : of affairs Washington, and adduce* -it as

P. Bloxham, Wilk. Call, E. A. Hart and among tho reasons which induced them to _
MUST UK IIAMtKD IN BT -
ADVKKT13KMENT8 citizens wcro shot by the U. S. with
troops : has been admitted the I leave.; They that tho excuse of tho
NINE O'CLOCK, THCRSDAY r10ax1N0.r Wo learn from a correspondent in tlloMI1I.ianll Tennessee into Green Chaires. say
out provocation.The .. Government for not paj in* the soldiersviz
Patriot that the WaltonC'ounty Confederate States.
r :\ men of Tribune! Rays Col. Allen,ot the NewYork'1st Correspondence of thin end. : the absence of pay rolls-is all fudge,
CANDIDATE FOR SIIKIiUT.: : ( West Florida refused A battle was expected in Virginia on (
haying to
has
; Ucgimcnt has been arrested by i and that: the govcrmcpt no means ,of

a CARTER J-y\Ve o are' a aiitlionroj Caiullilala:Jto fur'announce Sheriff JAMTX Jeffofon F. organize a company oi volunteers for nny : Butler. Butler's loyalty, is strongly suspected tho 4th., 32,000,Federalists crossed the I' At a meeting of Limo session of the Prfes; getting any. As an e\'ideno they say:

other than homo defence the I Potomac on tho 3rd, and Gen. Johnston of Monticello Fla held \ a merchant who bad furnished>i
County at the.rlecllon to l>o heM in Oetolior I"" -\t. purpose par and limo officers preparing byterian Church ,
regular arc .
worth of shoes td tho soldiers
.riotic ladies of that advanced: to meet them. about $10,000
have the 3rd 1801 a committee was
county July
,
CANDIDATE FOR SIIT:1IFF.m' : organ.ized a petition calling for his removal. The np his and bras told thatit
tW'woare authorized( nnnnunca ''YA LEX. themselves into a.volunteer company, New York Regiment are clamorous. Both A British vessel containing rifle cannon pointed. (consisting ot the Rev W. presented impossible bi pay it, the: treasury

TINE CLEM n CnmliJnte for Sheriff. of Jctkreon know as tho u Venitian Guard*,*' and are for the Confederates, was captured by the Hamilton,and Elder Dr. T. M. Palmer,) to being\a almost entirelyempty.';
nt the doc-lion to be .had \\n October regulars: nnd'Olllnteel's decline to attack
next County. willing to go anywhere that it is necessaryto the in battle under Butler. fleet off Pensacola. prepare an expression! and deliverance ol They also throw some light on the hitherto

+i.. fight in defence of their liberties. Harm About enemy Federal ." An important tight had taken place: near opinion, in relation to tho action of the dark question as to the number killed
S1IKUI1T.e
CANDIDATE FOlt : thirty prisoners
( t trWe are Mtlmrtxeil to nnnmincc JOHN 0 \'nitfor tho noble and patriotic ladies oi brought to Richmond on Monday. were Shcphcrdstown, Va., in which many of the late General: Assembly of the Presbyterian in that the fight at Acquia dead bodies Creek.were They removed say.1fl'om

W1LFORD na a Cnn.Udiile\ fur Sheriff of JvlTi-nuii 'Vnlton t Tho valiant "Homo Guard"" whowish enemy wero killed and wot2n<1ed. Church ot the United States of Amm'icl, eighty-one the
Yard
Nicholas the
St. Freeborn at
Connly, at the election OctoljiT next.CANDIDATE The steamer plying be- at Navy
to fight tho battles! of their own conn- teen Baltimore and Philadelphia: : has The Steamer R. R.""Cuylcr is blockading held in Philadelphia in May last: The following : "'ashington-umauy of them horribly man.gll

"; ;- FOR SHEUIFF.53PVc / should forthwith\ disband crinoline Tampa was prepared and adoptee] 1 think this can be on
report
//, put on paper relct
are nnthnrixcd and rl'tlllct..1! (onnnmincc been captured by the Confederates. The ....... similar Dr.
w ,T II. 1IUK3T as n CnnJiJnto for sheriff' of Jelli-r and place themselves under 'the pro plan for its capture was devised by Com. Florida Item unanimously. o rccci\'ec: statement who flol arrived

,eon C"untat the election in October next tection of their mothers, wives!, sisters and Ilollins, at Baltimore. Capt. Tbo.nas dis WHEREAS, Tho late General Assembly Baltimore..tlmo Navy,. has just
from
:
CANDIDATE FOR TAX-COLI. XTOK. sweet-hcarts-if, after their manifest unparalleled guised as a female, with 1 several others, The Pensacola Tribune ot tho 25th. ult'; I I of the Presbyterian n Church, adopted the DI', lheen bays that New Ye.Sears

a nonnced ltd'" Mr.UK n DAVID candidate WALKER for the office 1 la r"of a|u Tnx-'ctfiilly,}o11t; 'tor nn exploit of heroism, those ladies took passage: for Philadelphia at some ,says: I following preamble and resolutions, on tho the i iI of mho most g : bnth,

s of Jefferson County, at the election to lie ho.1 l In will consent become their guardians and point below Baltimore. Commodore Ilbl- "T>yo notorious characters. Medlotk\ and I I State of tho Country : mod Alpe'I'nneo ines i is nt 1llenll, : lock."

October next., MANY Fill ENDS.CANDIUA.TK : protectors, from tho encroachments .of the tins with others board. Subsequently Elhcridgc, who in the capacity ot')Iurrcll "Gratefully' acknowledging the distinguished I lo also"says that before leaving New York
:, went on
men, have been infestingtho counties adjoining 1. learned that tho Vanderbilt was about to
3 soldiery the Yankee Government. bounty and came Almighty God,
FOR CLKKK. the whole!, party armed; themselves the State lino of: Alabama and transport tho Wilson Zouaves to some
We lU,,Hr.cil toniinoiinpo' W. II. EL toward this favored land, and also
13? nrca Wonder if the "Venitian Guards" would recognizing
v' and took of tho Florida last about South. destination ho
,; 'Ids as a conJitMe for Clerk of the Circuit Court of charge steamer, meeting I were on Sunday: 10 our obligation to submit to every point the"precise
l Jefferson Oountyat. the election to be liuj In October not like to join the Virginia ne imentIt ?- little opposition. They took a Baltimore o'clock, hung by citizens several miles from ordinance: of man for the Lord's sake, this could not learn."DISCOVERY .
nxt. so and t they will bo admitted this city, on the lino of tho Railroad -.e- --
wo contend bark.vith three thousand bags of coffee, General Assembly adopt the following resolutions COX :
Medlock had 1 been confined in jail in Pen. OF ANOTHER lIACY-
that the Field Ofliccrs should bo
ry FOR SAM: selected and a schooner with two hundred tons. of; saco'.a'! several months but : The New York He-raid has the following
: ago, escaped.!
That in view of
Jlcaolecd
from the ranks of the "VenitianGuards. tho'prescut -
coal, designed for tho Federal fleet. They There \\ere about 40 or 50 person presents 1t. story : .
', Finding It Imponsiblc to conduct! n ncwfjmpvr on Of all other agitated unhappy condition of this in Lorn.
course aspirants Under the
the and learn thateverything ofblkcl's
brought tho St. Nicholas to Frederick at hanging we auspices
fourth of iset i is
the
the Credit System dining crisis like the Country, day July next
n combination of bankers andcapitalists
present would give way. burgs and landed the bark and schooner was conducted: very well.*.The bard street n
% In monetary nT.ili-s( the Office of tlio.FAMILY ...... trap door was thrown by a negro.'* The apart as adayof I'a'el'throllllut. 01'bounds : has been formed in New York for
tho above the Confederate /and that on this day ministers and
on liappaluumock ,
'r r. FRIEND Jfewspnper U offered for axle 0(0 ery The Reign of Terror at Key West! citizens of our county will no doubt bo people are called on humbly to our tho express' r hposoofaiding nod, aborting!
batteries. relieved that these bewli tho Southern rebellion by withholding Ii omit
9 now men are execut
reasonable price. It I U doing a good credit bu.l111'11II Tho Tallahassee Now\ of tho 1st inst., Time St. Nicholas is valuable inailstcamcr ed." lalionalllinl, to offer our tile \.1ministrntiol: the means of carrying

and In the laude of a mnn not dependent upon says that a private letter received in that and is believed to have on board interesting Tho Flol'i ian it' Journal of last Satur Father, ot Light for lit! abundant us and un on tho war. ,.We4.distinctly charge that:
goodncH', ,
the cash Income of tlio office, will prove a profitable! fi that : lcMen"el to\1 n n'latiol gentlomenhORO names! are iu
city om Tampa Bay: states a num.bel' despatches/ money and valuable day records tho following heroic act of a ( guidance blessing upon our mOI\\'c. which disclose
Investment.. For further particular nrply! to tho of had arrived' there from rulers and their counsels well wo Ihal.
persons : Key"Nest fricght. The prizes arc safely scoured, amidvalued "bravo daughter: of the South :" as n upon whenever time interests demand .
Jane 29th, 1861. EDITOR.have the of the United States about of
being compelled to leave: for their at about four hundred thousandsdollars. \. Congress it have niYiveil an uiuleiitanding
s "'Then on Sunday last the enemy's assrmble and him in the ,
to to
implore ,
own safety, and represent the state of affairs : with each other to subscriber no moroloans
ii 'VO been favored, in this sec. steamer Mohawk: came in over time bar inSt. name of Jesus Chi ist, the great high priest
at that place as most shocking indeed. Report that Capt. Thomas was disguised Marks and showed her and endeavor injtiio tha national
tion, with delightful! / rains, during the present says t. bay, teeth to of the Christian profession, to turn away
week. Jetlbrson! county will yield a All persons suspected ot being unfriendly as a French lady, and Hollins recognizcd the boys in Fort Williams, as if bent 0:1: a His nn cr from us, and speedily restore to credit, for their damn selfish purposes(' to tho:
the United States fight Mrs. Davis, tho' daughter of Capt. blessing of honorable extent of their power. They, are print1'pally
to Government were her as a Pansan acquaintance ; UH the an peace.
m larger of corn than has been made in the mid
crop foreign'cximnijro: oItl'esl
Kennedy, the Light Keeper, solitary and Jlenoleeif 2n& That this General\ colon
compelled to take the oath: of allegiance or A long French conversation sl'm French
for many years ago. and English,
years. alone ascended the tower with, : are mil
Light a in the ofth.it Christian ttnttiol
... ... have their property stolen.and confiscated ensued, and at one o'clock on Saiur: large Confederate States and in tliu bly, spirit : German, as well as of American origin.
flag, ism, which the enjoin, ntui which
e-'Ve' are requested by Lieut. 1\ B. and themselves imprisoned by tho Military day night tho party appeared thol'Oughly'armed fact of the haughty war steamer, delhnlh! : has always cliaractori/od Suiiptnrcs this Chinch, *do They nfl'eet.horrorat the eno mosexpemi

Bird to give notice, that hu will remain at authorities.A with pistols, cutlasses, &0., and I threw its folds out to the breeze. "Lon
'
and near Monticello until Monday evening, man by the name of II. Mulrcnan: was took possession of the steamer. may it wave." to promote and perpetuate so :utl.Iliol pressmen of rebellion, and declare that tho
banks of this most ot which they
had will bo happy to receive any volnntcers called upon to take the oath, who positively I The Penitentiary at Richmond was de Capt. GEI, of the Quincy Volunteers, at in us lies, tho integrity of these United : city, over control, shall not

who desire to join tho Jefferson Ilcau refused, telling them ho would see them t-troyud by fire on Monday eight Tha Pensacola, passed'; through Columbus, Geo., States, and tho to federal strengthen, uphold, and in the cum may cxe\.i.1 another paramount dollar, if ftnlher loans are put

regards v ... .. d--nd first-that She knew he was in loss is very great. No prisoners escaped.' cue day last: week( in charge of ten gnus! coura exercise O of all its! IO\'el'nlent our noble into'time 111:11: ket. They are principally sustained .

l their power, and they could do as they A distinguished French, Prince !has ten heavy calibre. These guns are from Ptntmcoln constitution, and to this constitution in and urged on, iu the course they
: Er? The Jefferson'Rifles rcsQlvcJ by ni han resolved and. Manchei-
pleased with him-ho wns ready to be hungor deed his sword and services to President And :are destined for )points upon its provision, requirements,'and pi Inci|> on, by LonJol
a vote of the Company, on Saturday, togo ter houses, \\ ho desire that the independence
into LUI'ntt.) have: his property taken trout D.nis.: our'coasts, here they can speak in thun wo profess our unabated loyally. ..nt to Confoderari': States should\ bo
campI''!on next Monday, fur the purrpose avoid tho I Assemble dhu
drill and recreation. We understand him and his family left destitute, but that Great dissatisfaction exists in New York dor tones to the Yankees, if an occasion nllisl'oncoptlon. t'l'lcr'federal acknowledged a* speedily as pos.sblo,, h i.i'

he never icoit/d take the o,tlh. Whereupon with Geu. Scott. The people accuse him should. happon. tC1'1 government order that.time English market may bo ,
litre used is 11
' tho head ot tho Wncissn meant
an ,
they aro to encamp at IOt. >any
j : afew miles below Waukccnah.: he was immediately inipiisoncd in time 1-'Ol't, of being a traitor, and urge his immediate It appears from the item below which particular administration, or the peculhil'ol'illions supplied would! w ith attend cotton thin, without violation! the'risk of J/t

Tho liiflca! are well equipped,!having,supplied where he still remains, his family not be deposition' and tho inauguration of a dictator wo find iu an exchange) that there are of any political party: but thai: blockade they and a consequent war with this

themselves! iit their own expense, 111'lIIittcJ to see him. :Such: a bravo: until "the rebels" aro subdued. Gen. some'men in tho neighborhood of Pcnsaco central administration and which, being at anytime country. Wo'bulicve that. the alliance

1 ith &c. man and Iic'o deserves! to stand by the side Butler, at Fortress Monroe, is spoken of \\.t. who are extremely anxious to get a appointed inaugurated accordingto thus formed is so powerful that Mr. Chase
tens
v knapsacks, the in the censtatt.wuof
-_.....>_ _ of Jackson. The letter :also states that as a suitable person for the position.The rope about their neck. If they are \lot&llnl'l' time United t(1 pruhciibcd States, is the visiblo reprosensitive m wOI4 find it impossible to combat it lilt it,

The Comet. Judge :Marvin, in his inaugural address as Virginia Convention has passed an they will yet fall into the clutches of of 011' national existence.Jfaofeed ]he. wil tied, JIi i is leaning upon a.

We witnessed Monday night; n little Mayor of tho city, said, pointing to tho U. ordinance authorizing a loan of $4,000,000.A Gem. Bragg. They are imitating the Yankees :, That in tho judgment bl'okcul'ecd Wall, street.places! any future dependence
on upon
S. Flag, "that the youngest child on the skirmish is reported to have taken during; tho days ot tho ]Revolution of this Assembly, it in the duty ot the ....,
after dark one of the most brilliant: corn
island would not live to see that flag: pulled place at Ilomnoy, on the 27th ult., iu which selling beef, Jte., to the enemy. members mil Churches under its care,' to Ax I.VCIDKNT.'Attettho Vienna; battles
els we have ever seen. When first seen itoccupied do all in their |tower to promote and permpetnate h week South Carolina soldier who
down." about dozen Federals and Confederates t a ,
a two "We learn from reliable that
authority a the of tlw United Stales
about half between integrity ,
a position way had been scout arrested
out
on a was by
r'r Whether they 1 live to see that flag: "pull were killed. detachment consisting! : of two companies and to uphold, and '
strengthen
limo zenith and the horizon: "The nucleus enccul'ngo'tbe three of the it-treating Yankees, who, after
ed down" or not, w c hope tho day is not On tho 26th tho steamship Freeborn ot the 5th Georgia Regiment, two Mississippi \ Federal Government in the just cxerciso him set out for the Federal
or head was ]larger and more distinct than disarming ,
far distant: when they may"see this infamous landed men and sand bags at Mathias! companies and 1 one Louisiana: company of fell its (functions under our nobleConstitution. "calculatin"'
; camp, largely: no on
any wo have ever seen, resembling a very : under tho command of Maj.\ Silinljuiy: ." llout
black hearted traitor' and villain! Point in the Potomac and commenced tho welcome plaudits that
: of the 5Ui has thl'l
curtained l mitt while Georgia Regiment been
largo pale star, by t, ,
the nebulous appendage' flaring: out upon "pulled up," with his cowardly heels a respectable throwing up breastworks. As soon as the !sent by Gen, Bragg to a point opposite tho .AND WHEBEAS., Tho above resolutions for til tie their doomed heroic to exploit.tadc. Unt'ni things

'i distance; from the ground. Southerners appealed, tho men engaged: at extreme Eastern end of:Santa: Rosa Island.: were passed without the knowledge or { :
the sky, like a white pennon, extended halfway sjmo distance, the party came to a ball-
This detachment is to be stationed 1 at that consent of a large majority of tbe Churches
tho breastworks took to tho when the
to tho zenith. Aided by the Lincoln despotism, ho maygloat water stacked arras), which were topped with lhu
known tho Narrows where the
point as in Southern
the States
....... in his cruelty and domineer over the Southerners proceeded to occupy the :Sound: is only a of a ,mile wide.- there being no sword bayonet, and two of them in pursuit

: Railroad Charges.Wo people of the island, cut off from tho mainland breastworks Capt. Ward, of the Freeborn, I Maj.\ Salisbury has quarter four pieces ot artillery ; representative'O from this State, nor fl'ol ot water, leaving the Carolina captive in
other Southern States. ot'the 1 ankee The former
understand that whenever where no assistance can reach them while engaged in firing a gun to protect i with him-two 24 and two )2 pounders, many charge captor.
011lI'ool's' watched his time and when tho
ASD WHEREAS Wo b tho watering:
the who swimming for their and it is intendod to erect ballenes. The lc\'o passingof
to throw oft'the I.ultilll'okc but men were
a lby'of
s nt Fernandina obtain permission! to returnliome party was out of seized a" bayonttand
of this is break andprevent these resolution unconstitutional sih
object movement to : was
lives shot in tho breast and up ,
retribution will Thank was Instantly '
certainly served time
come. at single
to /spend u' few days with their families an illicit trade that. has been goingon unchristian and of flmost.
tho Railroad Companies charge them God that the state of things cannot last killed. Fifteen shots were thrown by the for some time between certain inhabitants a u usurpation power, head I'om the body. hs companion: ,
Freeborn tbo Southerners but encroachin; upon the province of the after he t\O possession of
\. always. The remote ends oi the earth among tho ot that region and Fort quietly
full fare, on their respective roada. This ill
Slate the and marched tho his
with deciding a great political question, arms to camp of
fleet is unknown.
will not protect his guilty neck from tho e which the U S. troops are supplied
volunteers have made
wrong. The grentr and and unheard of friends.-Leeslury ( V creating of
new terms
Tho Federal soldiers at Old Point fresh meat and other At low
prousicu.
sacrifices in deserting their hoine.s.iiid rope or his toad: spotted heart from the are ...... .
said to bo like that each tide beet cattle are driven across in scores membership in the Church, (which alone
reeking dagger of an outraged and dying bheep- day FOR. PICKEXS.-Tho Xew York Ti lb.
march the defence of their oppressed
iness to to and sold to tile on tho I.!an J. Thisis is the of :
numbers of dead bodies carried enemy our Dh'iueIltel', flue is much consoled at the condition ofFort
people, who have: sworn in tho bitterness are away prcroglh"o
and when infamous and traffic and
country, they are summoned an despicable who is
conscience and tbo Pickcns. In its issue ot the lOtliil i
their Ito siekncs in their families of their persecution that vengeanceis for interment. They are represented in a ought not only to bo broken up, but those>
.
nee, by Great ot the Church : "Fort Pickens be regard
) says may practically
binding our a
state and it beshot" lea
traitors who iu
theirs. nudity hunger. are engaged ought to
they should not bo compelled to pay for beyond danger from the enemy. It is
conscience not only to ignore our own
..... The Indians in North Carolina tbe
Leg resist
enough at to force
.. -hat privilege double the amount they receive strong present any
G per month from tho government. Correspondence of the Friend. privilege to scalp all the Lincoln men ttyey) The Pensacola Observer gives tho fol. government, but also to promote and per. which Gen. Bragg can bring against it, and

Railroad should\ bo kill. They will be tit,r terror of the North. lowing particulars of a sad casuality: as lctUt strengthen, uphol and encourage within afew days it will be able, with tho
= Companies! patriotic' OUR CONGRESSMAN. a unchristian additional the vessels
strength by
and liberal well i tilueua and They Lave an inveterate hatred against our recently happening at Ie'ort.Menea: and cruel war against And wbel'e.a sllplled
as as private : We see that you have: called tho attention : us now on the war to (, to defy the

!. 1 we think our railroads could well afford to of the public to the fact, that the Con enemies, and will find revenge iu their "'\"e were pained to hear that Lieut. this action virtually ex-commuuicates whole poAyerotthe South.

their families blood. Henry, of one of the MiS&is Companies, all tho Presbyterian Churches in the Con. Something iu tho air whispers that be.
transport troops, visiting athalf gressional District embracing Middle and
'I- The Lincoln Cabinet Lave requested was accidently drowned on Thursday last federate States, wibout. a trial, which is fore long this boastful prophecy of
very
: tho regular charges. West Florida, will soon have to choose a to the of the PresbyterianChurch
........ Scott to take Richmond before the assembling near Ft. McRea. His brother soldiers, contrary usages Greel y will be tested by / e\'e/t. 'l'lnn'gslook
llepresentativcfor Congress. The people wilh that noble generosity so characteristicof (which has been one of the bulwarks dark and like clouds

w Cupt. T. II. liuniur. are so much interested iu the occurrences ot the Southern Congress-tho. 20th & men, generously! subscribed a the defender, and conservator of over and about lowering Fort Pickens angry, and "sundry

We permitted to make the foll airs A skirniuh occured near Cumberland had obtained leave: to visit his wife and perversion and prostitution of i its high pow.
; ,
storm. Gen. Bragg, of fame,
letter received to be given to this subject. There need
extract from a private "grap" ant
iog and sectional
Va., on the 28th, in which thirteen Federals was about proceeding to Lis home i iu Mississippi er dignity to partyUm and Brigadier Gellcral \V. 'alklr, once
by a gentleman in this town, from a member however, bo no conflict of opiuion upon the the fanaticism; ThereoreJttitoh'eil -
abandoned their horses and took to the on same day, or day atter pronounced by Gen. Scott to bo "the most
of j the Florida llegiraeat, at Peagaco- this question. We have la the district one wood Three the accident occurred. Peace to his memo That we bear our solemn and heroic.officer in tho United States army,"

Ia.Vs'are happy: to hear that C {'t. La- that seems by All proper rules, entitled, : are probably killed. ry." public protest again tbe said action ot the, are there to ride and rule it on the Confederate .

mar'U sot only] held in high esteem by tho without competition, to ths post. One The Federalists have seized the telegraph We certainly agree with the editor of General Assembly; and this session repu I side.
instruments at Pass a L'Outre, below New diate the action of the General Assembly, a. ...
members of hill own command, but elicits that tho people last Fall decided to bo"hon of the Tallahassee News\ ; that the circum
'and declare.neitluer this Church
WAn
Orleans.: The operator at the Sonthwest nor any I EFFE OF TUB ox JOURS.LlY.-
of all with whom Uo est, faithful and capable." The Hon. 1J.B. alluded in the item I
the admiration comes Pass saved the instruments at that station stance to following other in the Confederate States can The hard times are beginning to show them-

in contact. TLe lolloping is a just tributeto Hilton should receive the support of the had which we find! iu said journal ot Monday, }part or obey said sup Bclvesnretty severely among the newspa-,
him
voters of thus district without hesitation.No though they a guard over tor in direct opposition to our own orrh and South. TLe
the merits of fi Ligh-iuiuded honorable would indicate, that there is "something i mg government persI\ country papers

gentleman: one doubts his qualifications and all twenty-eight hours. The telegraph officesat rotten in Denmark"-or rather nearer $ and to obey these resolutions would are'collapsing in every direction,and, iu
the head of the Passes are hourly expected bo a great n.We of the lack of advertiseing,
"I will take this: occasion to speak of Pr I must admit that his claims\ upon the peopleare to be attacked. home, at St. Marks. Why cannot tie therefore,hereby absolve our Church there consequence is a general movement among the dI

Lamar A better gentleman or nobler man of the most imperative character lie Fourteen Confederate attacked the Commander of the Jlohatek deli er the ., horn al obligations to obey said re.utivu"i) ; ies in the large cities to reduce their ,

it baa never been my good fortune to meet. has been fully endorsed by tho people, af- pickets letter and money to. the lady in question, and il ot the fanaticism amid section in Augusta and Savanab have in.

Honest by nature, he u a lover of Justice ; ter a sacrifice of time and money, iu a laborious at Shorter's Hill, Va., killing one and without requiring} her to go aboard the IbQ of the Northern Churdle ive cal crease their subscription price. Evcn the

be deals with the utmost impartiality by canvass, and is now periling his all wounding one of the FeJeraluts. vessel ? It is a mysterious of Presbytery, at its meeting on Metropolitan journals New York are
c* ry man ; a shrewd observer of men, Two :Southern: Ilegiuients at Harper's very iwco yard inst..to take and appoint Com trembling and tottering before the tempest
for the cause which we have 50 deeply at business. ite1.
with highly!cultivated mind, liberal feelings Ferry; destroyed the balance of the railroad missioners t form Assembly of which they so long striven raise,

,atwi the greatost probity ot character, heart. bridge and crossed to the Maryland tide "As the steamer Rpray was about leaving our own, withi the bounds of tbe Confederate The triple sheets of the enterprising Her" ': .

j,1, he would adorn .ay pow al1 ia which his He shall certainly receive our vote, and) the Spanish Hole a boat aid are no longer to be seen. mammoth -

. ; countrymen could puce him, and manage; wo hope that he will receive the rotes of capturuig many boats. was seen leaving the blockading vessel, Jl&olveJ, That the paper ot our town, Courier and Equirer. the lerociou

I. 'their affairs with the same: exactness, wilh all ocher iu the district. Dispense with There were fifty-one\ thousand men iuWashington when Col. J, Williams, Capt. Gamble oitha and those of Talahaee be requested to organ James 'V"bl has col.

! which be regulates his own. He is one of ou the :3d: ;, Leon Artillery, Capt. Maxwell, of the publish these prOoedinA1 lapsed and been absorbed Jngubruous -

those men who prosperity does not spoil, I Conventions and elect a man that is fully A skit wish: took }place near Alexandriaou Cross lufuntry, Lieut. Villepigue, of the '{? Ch'n. ,}Jorid. .Tba/Jlmea/Saward'gorgain)

! o. adversity corrupt. We bre to honor. entitled :and worthy JE"UR80. Moul Y. Two rudml'eU' were killed. Leon Artillery, and Private Dtnbam of\the W. P. MAKTI-V, Sec'y, I vrt wateihal rv4uoe4iu sty ,


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"{/rl| ,*.Richmond Detpateh''.'eatay.J} t3r Th0Ifljor.Winlhrop, or 'Wardroj RIO N S .T 1 ES6utbcI'.i FiLiiii .Ei' fJ si tililC. rtIei. ', :'!.-:', .

Statement of the Affair.at .BoonVille- Th I who "d' stain at tho. tattle of Bethel l,, : Confederacy' : ; ,. -- I. :. ,_

'{Defeat Qf the Federal troopst &e-, &c., wnsfl' ninnof; liCcrnrj'ndtc- having4' aomo- f MadelnJeffiffohCounlfi., Dr. ITX O. JOItDATT, ; '

J "AND WILt A9 r.tttOVEW TO Tltti 0\VJf(OF itoNThCltI.LOforthme
Mr. T. S. Datfg, who reached tfits oil;' 'whnj distingmsliecPinrnself in the pages .ol tt a' ; .. MUST, 5 ,Th hnclcHgned kprps coniUntly" hrnj ]nrg9qiirtnltllij H: Prarloe: 0:..nedil1n";' 3 5 5.

yesterday aftornoonAdirecl from St. Louis; the nbolitiort ,"Atlantic Monthly, of :'Y.tt '13 33 .;37 Iert. 33 :3d 1 of f vH lime mid will for won' the same y omc..e BleeiJlotel.4I.DiI 5

lJost 'He Butler'sat1s : ) per lliitlnHiil, to any -- -. 5I
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n wasie Picayune
furnishes the uubjolned Btatoiltent, which lie onitbltf tcnniv :
saya was supposed to be true at.tho lime be mul t 1 his'Acliitg Secretary, miJ a mci 1 u THE VVKUFACTOnY, OF ,The.' Tii tilt nt T rciiljr.f nr percentSjLFSD Any order.\dr..1\ t Inc ItM..ntoelo..ForJJ, t. "t. _!:... uItLLE, 5-
.. will
left. Jt'conflim* ,tM {in the. belief that the< volunteer ia the ,bAltlo-- ,without ,regular ,I 'YII t recele'1rml't JOHN. M. RAVSOB. JID (2' mJ: u iT

Hinck .epublican.controBer of the Wesl.cm command.-[Adv. & Keg, & t, February tth 1861. nt \ 1 S S orltcit Lef, L6Rui i '

cl Et1'I1l' ',t ""c'iIIl1ltr. tuisl''l'l'cscntcdt.hoJt Advertisement. ON. SOUTIIEUN-SOI14. Calling at the New Store just opened '.TO TRAYL'LL'US4. *TILtI Pr.A TtfWin kit portion-

&4 Y. IVcw ., A. this Spring by t' I S\ : 'lit 'Cesbend o\JflJJli rt ) -
,
jkjvunv .;w, VA., June 21, 1O1.I ,' SOUTH OF ::1he-B14A'odMosidliect Route: _.Ju.n... o.s.iu21: af c.r t .e t:5: .I '
left'St. Louis W", BALTIMORE. S .
on lJIIevclling Runaway Ncgio '
,
t '
< S A. l- iHYl>.
cclcr
'Jast tWlUth' It st. We liaU received} mitbunlic n01J.r.m"'Io n8t J. B. COLLIN: 5. ,.. -
I> on tne4h! ta Xcgr r ; lInhltl't". l\f'\'f.. 'ntl 1&.F orlt .1II '
newS from tile battle fought at ) Man.who MVS Ms tame"!U HARRY,nnd}. TIIK TiE UNDERSIGNED MAS PLACEl}A DAt. oojtlii Um rra Vi&ItJiebik hi fll 'Acrle and
Joouville) i n'llib morning ofllia ) ?lh. Inst. that lie belongs: to jnm(; A. A"inn.I.III, no--ff PROPRIETORS of the above firH uliuwSijt ho!Couched' On Chroniellsenses. lie DIn, bo found nt fill honlo. S
Gen. Lygn! ;command of 'five thousand pro wns rnnnwuy, and nrrertcd ihrea, miles' north Foundry have also united.with their Foundry between QUITA(tll r>re>en( tel'"I"ns nf the. I when hot pofesioiinlhtbtne At JiH, rcsii'ofK'Criirilh ,. '. "
Snvunnnli ItoSlroad.) and MONTI.CELLO
Federal left St. Louis on tho 15thinst. of ?MonllcellA a complete] this Is'to tnfoVm the, Sonlh- ve't eornVC of IhV'PubHo qunreVtst 5
troops, publication I These Omielic run 10 < l to with '
:The' owner h U requested to come forward, pay TiE OBE I eon\e of Col. Illnckburn'a Holel. S 5 r.
for Ieflel'sonCity arrived} till! be to their Interest to his birth the And
; on cnargts and take him i wny_ pnblto greatly I Car on Georgia R'lr"ld. r.-
16th ; took possession uietly withont any I w. U: ELT.th rifl'! ': 'er'sIFlDJD trade ,'Itl'us, because the entire stock wee bought It Is I the Sli.vrtent nn
resiliC.Ance*where ho left two thousand: of July 6th,. 1881.. By V. CLEM, Pep. Sh'IT. Iq Clmrlest4.n,and No Ta rUT hO been A.1e.to form Iron Snraniinh.St Mniksito.rmoii .: ; A. C. MrCauli: 71. D. ; tIt :
1 Monllcrllo nt 7 o'clock In the M i
'his tr troops.indcr command of Colonel nojix; [DN@ W i[ @ price! Onr Stock embracevalltbeintestmtyleeof will) Iciuhm reach Savannah at "I'cluck next .IR\>evening o it (E'bp'XxU! :' tjd"u. y"s f ..N' c
coniinuo.d LEWIS 11'. Borx. OEO.; s. *
lioernslcin end he Gen. Lyon '
( ) L. II. MATAln.Octuber 1 .M MoMcdlo.TlorUlct., +
Oil to Uoonvillc! forty or fitly miles abovo Koiix & CO..ReceiYing Itnvlng on hunil or rllrnl.hnj to order every rtl-. W 37th 1860. 87-2s t July S Id, my.- $}, .s)9-ly, ., ': ..";,
cle for 1 : ., __
Jefferson City/ When arm log near noon requisite a l'rlntlnj Ofce, 5- I ( J 'it:

"vile. Gen. rriceh. command of the fifteen and Forwarding llgents,, I DRESS GOODS; WOKK ,,,.WOKK I WORK a.v.TA71.oI'M.tv. i T. ?f, P.VUIEn, ["b. .\;

hundred State troops at that place, made A FROI A IIODKIX Torilnii Fill ford ,Or*,*Taylor & (I'nlnicr, i.*
.
partial retreat taking one thousand of/ 'AND- RCRlY-lln c Clothing, ;i zMonihello, Florida,' >

them,' which he'lhus succeeded' in (iecoying General Commission Merchants, -TO A- OTIM1D HOUSE BUILDER R'AND' GENERArOABPENTEn[ t90nntlnne to Prflctlca (III Co Pllrtn..tlp..JI.1"! ..I

Lyon and all of his men on Innd: save a I "Fcrunndliia Flat T Press' : Or Mhsrcikl5Lbi854 l .__ 5 .}ly5 ._ ., _" :
few liundrcd outboard tho J atnn. Gen. Of cvcrj description n, far Ladles, aClt.s Boys and S
I.CYI.ldcI' .
Special attention given to the SAlt orCutton. : .Dr. UuthertSc4fttj'Tj: 7
Price had masked bittcries in a small skirt Children
i
Mo 1I1 des. and Produce ;
generally.I3f" from *
.
of woods from \\\liicli-ho hmkcannonade say Foundry . ,. *>w :JIosticELr.o; FLOIX4A.
opened a Colt and'otticr merchandize furwrmled North ( \1"1| rrqiitreiLVecnn and will ,INTrCELLO l'I.OJDJ\ .
; iinincdiately after Lyon drew wi ii 1;li L care and disputed.February nmiuifiicttire.In Iviuhmoiiil, n" good nn nnd BoniictJIat:, Lldie,,Jlisaes', ;anilChildren's most respectfully Inr"\1 ptiblia :' /.'r8 hits Profi'sxlonnl rfi-rvlccs Ihe'citiAniof

hi< men uj.t in jiue 6f b.iille, \\lifcli resulted 2:1, ISO!. 2-ly nt the,Nim, epccimcn |1.1'ep, asnny)'. AI'Le0.Nort. \ Hats I hiive for thus year 186t- t x \ nnd vicinity' '. .r.t "

in the ropulas of the Federal ttoopsiitli a \Ve reanectfully solicit! ,Ilic, iuitroiiRio of ) ; Employed n number of Ilaiuls, Mnrcli 1. 1S.V' n1., ....H'Van St
L. DOZIKK. .IAMUH E. 1IROOME.L. hENRY L PELOUZE Ji CO. .
loss of 300 killed and 'iqo taken }l'iIlOIlt''A. Dozier & Co. \\'e refer you to every Pi Inter in Ulchnionil.. IIai-dwnreCtitlery mid Edge Tool fsrUue purpose of carrying, tho llouso Thiilihing fi'. DlltvorHi, :TATTO'IIN'ISV .

Gen. Lyou himsclt was captured, and si.tiiicccs We aLi,, dctlre every New1is1ier| In tho Soulh to or every description;; and JuiKTiil! Cnrponti-rs 1..lneM. on n huge scale. >A'3 i> uouxsKi.:on AT LAW, s
J i of cannon, ajid 1 Bolt it
The S'.Gdiiicr: .latin, with thot'ew hundreil ItX\XI)1V.\, rl.\ one copy of their paper nnd receive their |wy fur Fancy Goods ; Substantial Neat and with Dispatch >
micli ndvoi'llsanipiit,, ; time ilio, ,
who were left on board, was shot to Miirdi 16th 1St''!. 6 ly upon l'U'uhn.ng five times the WILLprictleelii I Court of Middle Clr- o-
*" ril'ucsnnlt ninonnt of loin hIl from is. ., AND on,11 will guarantee to give witUf.iclinn.,! In everyliustitusee. J iii the Dtatrict Conituf
; sunk into tho' .rh'CJ', the remainder: Juno 15th, 01WaJalr GL.IRS1rlrE ., !I have Inunrrad a hoavy oYpcnxt by thohiro thclTnltodHintci '.* ", 'f"- ?i. .
Joliii M.! Palrne1."tDealer
about ],80001' 2,000, retreated towardsJcfiursoa And (urlll.hc 1 variety of Liitlici Etch 11111 Lliuguuiutrnt$8i4oQas of h"I.I'I,1, consequently nm I In hopes a ill March 15, 18311. '.Jy" ,

City. All their boats wore cijittired. in- IVoticc. eial pnblievill II,1 tu men elilrolrputrnllll/, %. S / f.v-U ; : ; .5
Docnistein who was command Pit O VISIONS AMD GllOCCUir.S, I wi emit nitt for work In nn I" 't1 J"r'I' Y"N 'a' 5
rplIE lubviibcr not Ifies p11 Indebted to sot, iiiljiilnlng countiO'i, cost will dn on nt '
at JcLYei'son City, immediately after their MNITOOELL! [ ,' FLA. JL him that they luiist p.iy. up.pcmonit I Imvo great. 'and hibetuil tel IllS RS 11)' on* enn 1".1.1Iu.. .. ,rII' A T S T' O'UTT E I : I i AT 1. A \'y

defeat: *clegr.iphed t -l''lJIair" jr., who January 6th, 1861. .tr' nmny mimll aecoimtJK.f tuo Mini, thrcti, to seven I and of. 1' rl" nt n lijiiiuu| wIMIIIII ,\&- v ''Ir/i'ilfHJ'l/;; ,' ) i If. 5.- '
had command in St. Louis to send up_ all eight ilollnn, which Imvo loot due from two to fi f o ; ..Consisting In \pnit pairing or city de">ilntion of woik In my lino, can ,
the forces ho could'1oihy i ) sjiaro. Upon A PAIR OF FINE HORSES FOR SALE. yea!a, nnd if not until soon, I will have to put them JACONKTS: Plain aiul' I'l'lntod ; mlili-e-H me MontIccllo!, Floildu nnj they will receive ApriiI2.180. .ly .. .fCaUzell

rcccpUon of the despatch) ho sent up three I AM authorized:' to ,sell that Pair ( II the ImiuU of a culluctor. A word to the, \i l.Ummeirnt prompt "lcILI.U.JOnD .V Peeler. ,
S&Louislhu IIleo OltEV MAHKS, bilonniii .rffK THOMAS M. PALMER. MUSLINS, of every quality, N FULFORP.P. .
thousand troops from" evening 1 It. Turiibnll. Sold fur no fault: ), June 15, 1861. 1m S-I have nNo hired an excellent, wehl.thlgger ..1tt01'lIeY1 IJfWJ.6 Kolicilors in Chancery ;.
before I left. ORGANDIES; nnd would therefore be to receive older TALt.UlASiEE *
ever ; tho owner beingnhsent, his no uaulor them Imppy to FI-UUIDA.
Upon the reception"of'the news from Any one' wUliInt a gout l turnouf, ean be nccommu- rlirVa.rnhlA! > '. LAWNS. 11,r, Clean or Ui>|ialr Wells. J. F. prnitli-o In the Supremo Court o tha
lioonville, the Seccssionihts" in St. Louis dated by applying to tho unJ iiiied. IJEIWO.VS III'ehv olnot January)' fith, 18dl. 47-tf WILT( ". ,\iji the. United i.lea..DUttli t Court 5.
turned out abont Unco thousand to four 8. J. 'ftJItX tJLI. L wood or tr"pln.llt upon tho tr H of,"tinl, WHITE JJHILLIANTSVllh ,, :or iliuKoUbefiiDi/ttictlifFlitiidiJnndlii, tlio Circuit .

thousand in number, greatly elated, and Montii-cl1o.Jiinel,18, to prnaeuutcnny and, ey'r'I''r"on found tri'swiwlntfipnn ; Of ""I""II..tw8 would bo considered In- In th Stub't'lipiti.l/irt.iosllo. the .\t.
di&eru for JciU; : Dais Ijeaurc-
were give Notice Notice- tice.Call' "u\l1nl.! You must not expect to (ff't wood S 1; tills: trqul- torll"Y (n lI r.r"lI1e"! -
gard and Gov. Jauknoif.' .They expected to IR'ln for It. H. K. WALKEK.Muruli M3GKGTTSILKS _. eomlloe". ,IhluL) 11r1''I'n"I.11 mu we THOMAS IHITZIXL.Laic .A. J.'EELEIt' .

make nn atLa klIpon'\h| (> Dutch that night, and Settle Igot. -\ huvu oroiigh' out n 'uili-ty of good Jewelry, such : Chief Jiiillco :. C. .,' ..'..:. S
who! were under command .Hb', at the M&5.MW. JOHNSON. IJIUD A CO. Imvo placed ft4ltinUivrs! Pins, Psury AittclesChnlns. ( ul :Xovumter, 8lh;18(10( Btly'W.IL _"

Arsi.-ti.li; and supposed LObe;about 3,000 in (minis all thu Notes and accounts, bel IhlMOlVCflt Estate Notice. pistil. Silvec I W'Itc"p.( (oniony which may bo foil ":=.- _-s:5: I S s4
: 45 ik 8": )ntliij{to MilJ tin,,, for collection soil netllenunu u"ieiohuiui AIII"I.I"II" Walch.) Pen nlhll'en'K Lnn.Cl: r'V'O37clX' ,
ini mbci"f
All lhi c Indebted, by note will plenso en 11 on mo nt STATE OK lLOlU.\.l> DAVID WALKER. Ad, For SUING AND SUMMER, with .\1 of which \ill be, s.1 nt n ltvin;r''
The battle at Kansas City took |place on an ei lyiltiy, anil! nettle! the tame; (huso indebted Jffftftnn 1 /. tiiinUtrntor of thin I-:,Litvofjotl .1. C1IACE. .t HOS.Moitleello -,ELLISOVTiP.S : ,- I I' j l J

)[OIlI1:1y 'morning, theX 17th. Thirteen by nor.unit, will call nt the store Jolnwm, McCniin, '; \Vnlki>rlito; of wild "Uilr. ,1 eeR.I. hiiv- Trimmings October 27, 1800. & "" hU lei Icct to t6! cllUens' of Jt'/ tsoa
III1IHII'c,11.'cl1t'ral troops l1I\\dV an attack A- (ito lljtrt and, settle by unto or money. runnptlul.cnJmi log tiled! I in iii V otliuoa WI'iL"IIN.llol of thu II..olvNlcv 7-1) nsa Uiii-l Surveyor oust' Plotter. S

upon] about. tho eame number of Slate IK respectfully reqilestiul, as the Ih'1II1110,,, of thu PHtjito 01 11oI..R..I- To ,utit. All moat admirably adnptud to tha want @ @ & HMor.tlc.-lh[ Mir.c'iiJ' ISo 8 Sm ,
an C
under oommalid or of > [[ l COIrCO.OHEl
troops dipt. Kelly. lII'UIIH'r.II'OOUIl ns pimihle. ,aIl Hun 11:1; \\\ng been having claimor ,h.>m indi, isgsl: n..t l.nl.II"I'I"I. to u r""lll. oun public J. COJ.LIXf rJ fi '
Afi.or( a denperaJo light trio Federals were di<. >lrcd by the witli.lniw.il I of J ets. I). I!. HirdWe .- ) them in tho ollU'tf of I tho Jnd:A of Prolmte of This Stock wns purchasedFUEE : 1'lIOTOGRAriIS 1 ,

pulsed, leaving 200 1..iIleJ.D1I tho field of lioprt, therefore nil itcre-itej: will call Immedi mid Comity, on or In-fore the first day of 1 k-uumlicr OF THE RECENT TARIFF" AT- AGE.Vl'KOi
auJ nmke the >iiti". ,nit, will i liv n ran ;iliitrlhutlon of
battle 130 taken priollcl'II./OlIr pieces of ately. neceMnry nrrui't'ui'< wllIlh'r" pro ALABAMA !INSURANCE, COMPANY.
S. Lisa of siiM iWuiHcd tho ovimlnntlon will cnn\lnco nil that the Ices Saclie & PoUer'sweight S
W. DILWOlU'll.! ntniti iiiniiiiif creditorstlicriuifj nnd an pi S '
Jfci
cannon _Loss of State 45 killed or JlIOXl'OmIEI1Y. ;
troops Mey4. 18(11.( | Utf] Atl'ynt I.iw. ; RII.lltl'hl." thus the 1,1.1, Doll, Wulker not on nrticlo bo moro than It has i.'el _
and wounded, \\ill npply' from the administrationofb.ii \1 any Are prepared ((0 tn1t. J'1I11' RU'ns: at the lixlml raI.I. .
JWhargo
I passed through Cio on" the night of w No1i1.oo.
the 9Lh i met with 'no dfficulty: further UItINQ rnv al>.i>iu>t>, nt i'vnxaeuln inv lirother' Jnd April 20. 18(11.( : I (\,.uib.ul paid In. .. .M 50,000i)
than tho inspection ol my baggagi'. 1J II. K. \\'.\f.I.Elt. UmyautliorlxiMl\ n-ont to Mil)2.lh. 18U1.. 15,Om. TALLAHASSEE, WLA."T I". II. ML TOALI', Sce'y., | \\'. C. jUliUs Prcs't. S

/1'. S. D.wls. transact any mul all liiiliicun! inv bcbalf. Southern muniifiirliirc'il yrTJIK ; 4; S

-4p.. JI. W. WALKER. Application for Final Discharge. r I"O be received In a tow il.iy*. direct from the : would respectfully nll""III"4 to tho puldio ;
April mh. 1"111. sir Milb Soiith Carolina, list sit .XKWbl'Al'KU OFTIIKSOUTIT
CohlI" <, n uu liu\e seciiied the sei \I lees ol/ .
Our liKllau ,uU i; after dnte I ilmll shut tmt /UIII. v
SIX lXTI' Ilea"t my MILITARY OOODA, JR.I YR. OS mi-lit, ....itisti Portrait Painter. Tlnwe wl.hlll l -- t S
IVoticc.ON 1\0IUhr'.1I41 "- thu ".11' XMIUHUS .t.VJi YJ Rl'llPBI., MI iibtaln this much o.llh' J and ,111'.lle Ktjleof The 'ba1'lelllon }Ierellrf. __.._._ -

A letter dated Fort Smith, Arkansas AND! AFTEIl Tin: FI11ST DAV OP Jl'LY! se1140u1 I If CornelitH,to the I lli I llonoralilo>:uh>v, l.itu Jud of J<>of IK r Prolmte.t and inm-t relinldo 1"jt\ I\I. eommeietnl S

June 15th, in iho Nonhvilla "Gazette," th.jnilwcribpri will m-ll for \.\"( only, c\ iii ', nnd a.k to lie iltm-luirguil., russia the ft.liiiliU-s ever ", II .or nny other miiikcf, h rsI Ii isle in T..lllul., ,. [ I IlerlMIII\ drmnnd iinil xeneral news (i'on, all nf thoworld.
lor ..his ) of to I ..I'nls i MnilandT !
oept to prompt pitying r114irs'.rri'' of thu soil, J. It. COLLINS. .$13 pulllll;hR.lntleeII" ItiPprrlal\ ct fiirnlhhby
hays: .TIIOMVS M. 1'\r. IIr. II'utiul ..Inl. employ lenccd |I"",' li', riilliinilcnilym-eoniitMif evcrjlhinof <
.IAMBS I H. RUST, 1Iullti"I10. M.ty' 25. I IRiSl. I.5 IrBOOKStBOOKSt ulIl'xpll 111.1 \ III'loW proi ral'|
Gen. Hen. .jr'cCullocli,, '>Th6 Bravo .-HCu'L'J.( .t l'\ItTIUnUK SOtli 1801. 60.tSiu Ex""tor.J1nnlr pared .hike.4n.hroliipes5 IntereKt trnnfplres hattie giciit .cities of Europe -i;

Fighter" and f.uoj'fle of this frontier,, ari )lu.ltu.June, IS,1801. 1m' --- -)_. .---,- -: 411luIiflsstyi/ieA/ Plain l'I''r'Li.. and Amerlen. y '
!
ived hero a few da: )s n<;<>. IfoN IIPliII'; Application: for Dwlinrge.MX litej J'/iotoyi'UjMi. C.5 b ,, '/"' ) Vie .YcinvKjtht'fi'i'itfi/ retire* ifditt attiHltmi.1'oli.leully '
Dissolution ofNHITIIU'I Pm.tlit't'sllil". In the ture !'/ J'/iao.'jjs in Oil I'ul- '
I lie tlio StatinKWiit
eel Uri and TI"tJS : .l/ii-iv.y I chrestmustI
'uliei-GeneVal. taken olll'utIl,1 \1ON'
: t I I'lh after late 1 nhall' present my final) ,lo of Miinlicello. I It Inconvenient for ",' / : la H'lhr C'olvr* asntJ'fsutogrss1iAs'.oiscinl S
of the rUI'CU8 of this U'eMei frontier,' lieu Mr. lUiulinilr.. 1t.'nI1ol1l11dllCI'I'0. n 'i.Mi.iMt 11,1 vllldw.., '''f thu the send mull f I work, : rehUUinee cli'ineiu, 'mil advocates time union
\I"ilrdrllrl. puopla to by they I":"dia fiR.In '. .
J !. ul every of the Snuihein Slni;>. I. their
to u"nllo: I biiitim s- in : ivHim ill. tlid h.t.itii; ul I lute of ConnIv miihitiilnlLg. right -S
also commi.s"ioned to. r;ise Several fegi.incuts : "hlr will be 1.I'Jd!' c \oluiileersiii thu Indi-ni: ""Territo 1"lrII. JisculI.llluel., (\uuimuity, .ainl nk t.i be diMharged from, the admin- .t' tie Stllhlll.1 W"'k. country every description and wurnsiuteatlvt.ueton. In every I Mi-Kury! 1 icnr. In nifvnucoi1i.10'00
ry. I am hilly coin inced tILt, h6 Will have McN'.Vf CUT; UEAHU CO. IxtiMtuni of .1.11 ..I.te.ELB.IETi. 111.1 us. the case liny: .hllll.l. wiluer./ vur IIItlee.or no ciuutge.laguei'veotypes. :1'1 I-WCI'kh' .%-r.. .. 8 (M) '
4ivann,1i. 17.Ii. fIPJLorvso st.ek AHMIIK our list may lisa r'uIJ. .\'" "' u.i ".,',.* ttie rcli fffQJiipauir* tht onlefi .
tio trouble nt nil to n l ..IIIidlLi'l, ?* 'J\ I j Miy I8tl. I 15 ( IWIt'T. .tdun'x. Shnkei I Woi'ks Deceased I'eioriEsml.mrgtiI / "

live tiibesofour red brethren west of here, Mmxli 153, 18UI 6m, lt\''r"I'sl'u'il'I"'UI.lJoutld.1 WUtl.; ; to eix.ud colored In oil i \ li. lilirrr: Clwrlcnton. S C
B.onc1. Th1.a. any
h'lve: among them good many slaves!; ; nu M..,. 1..t .; Well as life Nl"II,1
country jicher and more boautirul west of A pplcatiol for Discharge e. J"I I"B ,.t4eal WoiL<; 110'1 Will. P. .SIjUSSIHt, t tMANV'yAL"tCILEII :
The Great hoiillicrii Sarato 2 OM} } lie-stored and Cleaned
SIX data I final 1'ofdeul Work; .
.h,11 present
( ii my Pautngl rN
the 3Ii*. n< ]'pi ; none better adapted to the IYTI : -

lice of slave: labor than their1 They cmDldcr \. THE WHITE I "e"ulllt Kutnte 1 of an.1'ouuher Stephen LUhUcy n Admliiiiitnitrlx late of JellVrwiii of CunntV the. S C''p.tl Ulrll'.Political Piirtlenl W.rk.'Work;; or.lerllu, ns lrrtl.t I'urrulte will plcaso remaiii Wve during tlllr the Tiirand Slicel-lfon Wares'fWUOI.I
themselves Southern Men and deceased, the Hon. linn J.uhu is.isuiu'ui wllll Copper
6} in- t Jinljje of Probate of said IV..k ; hot m<,IIH>II.Wuhave. ,
mlhi/.o with the South.. Their Chief and &WlfJl/P J1JJ] P ]JXJt1 OiHii ty. and I." to be discharged from tho A Imlnihtratlon ThcPilhirof Fire J nlnojuht Introduced anew_ and beautiful
that ill Situated Jit and of sash Imitate, Prince of the H""i of David ; nil polore.II'lu the i.uE'A I' UCTAII I. 1t :.\UU IVAilD
leading men say they 'i light tor at JiiiicJ'in of'oc'y K.ihullnfny Il\'le.r ulrll'h. 11.1 ltU' S
theirSouthern rn /'/ .,; mttulladtyffif JANE LIGIITSEY) .Adsn'x. The.Throne of D vldndmanyotherwoiLstoo ; are [ S
brethren. "They are a bravo C'rrtlt. iiPTaytor County, u 1t"(1'which | OMPOHTEIl OF rw
March \
adiiir1s'oae.Iby mine of the ..JfuieialIFi1es 16, 1861 8mA''AcUIEX'f qUlne,11 t mention II any |mrt ot the, country at slwl.tl"t French. German &
raco. of jt-ople, and vt ill make: tine var.lioN. -TOCJICTIJEBIVilh e.1.. nhbiismess houses English, American Oof ;
\ a in .Via &iuifiern Stoic,ajiuti allChtaiile or residencis, *
b or .Xertoa ll'ncaxi, (6iM- NOT1CK.JohnMii a few of the niu.t Interesting works of FICriONiiowbiifor and colored, if desired. Size!2i<)by 16 Inches.Ambrol Hoae Fnrnlsblnj Articles cf -

TIle Chiekawws: Clibetaws, Cherokees, era, Debility J"J"'pi'l. de.T'llH < ) Juf'rOO Circuit Court.VS. lli.Am riuau IMMII>. Cull at the )pesund Mehiliiol 'pcs. all shze.aiusl very Doscnptioa. .
Creeks' Seminoles and probably sonic subscriber is running a _, I Sura, IWul .. .,(34975 new store of T. J. C'HACE SONS. 11'1'.el -- .
see Specimens
more of the Indian: tubes, as all are in'\ itcd l .. Two II ui-c 57 j ; Thomas F. MvCull. ) luau. .. ... (JUB50 Monticcllo Out. 27th, I860. 87-ly n Cal, mil 1860. 42 "STOVE HEAIHUARTERS. S

to attend, will hold,a grand council on the Hick from Station No. 6. ou the '_T TiE DEFENDANT and, *ll .thor Interred lire ly A full sn.iply! alwavsmi IIOIH'' of (' )bKhtt I'AU-
24th inat., tor tho of !PensucoU & liiMi.-gla Riilroml to snul /'Opting.| hcruby notified of the commencement of. tills suit "ValuableIN Lan'ds SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS LOU' unit/ ROOM Sl'UVi-S. Cooking M.\e trim- ,
purpose fointiug .11 twice a week meeting the train on Momluy and reUmiahld, to Kail Term of Jutfurson' Circuit! Court, uieil wllliiieulnessniJ, { rrautv.l us (rise, uerffttuitisfacllon.
treaty M lib each other, and a'so to enter Thursday evnuWs. ansi will take piuuenjers lo his and to Ar and plead, to the muse.JOhN \'AKULLA\ COUNTYT'lIEundertlgnei -L'LtiLISIIEi) fly- They cai (Lo shipped with safcly tofc-

into a treaty with the llou. Albert. Pike; house *U miles on their *'ay. entertain them for alP WEST, O. CO. S- THEODORE BLOW-\Y. 1'. THOMPSON' Editor. any parlor th"0011111 r)', S :'.
Commissioner on the part of tlie Con odol". tha night! and tarry them through to tlm Springs June 22, 1881. 3m 'or. a1o. OAEDEH AND FIRE EUQIlfES.

fllli Stales who passed through here the Saturdays.on tho next Ha day would; rrturuin regretfully; iSISVeSIIii.Iy.solicit a liberal. and ATTACHMENT NOTICE.I.hubbell ,] offers for sale Five Ifundred .argent D1'1 Clrtulution tlie State of ("rO'fl RoU.y. Huction and, forte 1'unipK, with| Rubber

other week to visit ibetdiffureuttribes..- lor Luiiiljini) on thus Westside llocvkvocheil, Tur si'ppljin; 1'11.11..11011 Knifinra1: -
Fare through. |3ftO.'
JJo U authorized l to rle.lge.Q them the pfttrouaLjo. E. E. BARCLAY Morton ) In Jetfursou/ Circuit Court. of w.lulla.Ry..r. and bounded on the Kant Daily Jfumng A'w. $8 per annum tnndtance.'Jri wlta: W..tt'I',(ruse W4-11-.OI l'I.,d.j. KnglnebmoLo4Uik
VA v Ainoiiut sworn to.,..f200 00 by said riuartcrs ofli ,iuii.,. Ills H'teklit Jfominif New published Monday made to older. ,
.11110 iri'.ileges rights and annuities when! Jlln" Utli. 1801. 8m every
linked tho ,. Whiting S. Moore.; ) U.n.I......... 4m) 00 well timbered wih Oak. Hickory and all other We.III..ly 11.1 Fildny, ut tt per annum. :Shop Work of every description, ,lunul.y
to Spuihurn 'Contodcracy, oa THE DCKEXDANT and all others interested sue kinds of wood. hundred acres of this tract I I" ,'l.I, published every Saturday at i .he very best workmen. AH ordiM proiui.tly'tl. .. 55
they enjoyed, under tho old Coni'edcr.acv.,: Mall Sclicdule.MOXTICKLLoToSTOFFICE.. hereby notified of tho commencement of this suitretnrimbUto Hammock and Swhtinp,Cliii Is ciiiul| to any laud In per annum, always In u.Kance. sendnd to. of'
They say that they never permiljthis COU I. ,I fall Term ofjett'ersoii Circuit Court, Florida, fur. the ruling of Su ar 'Cune 'ol"'uo. TO VEUTISERS. Talluthuuiee.Febrnnry I. 1|CG. Cl-ly* *. .

try to bo invaded by 'Abolition, atiuy.llicy .-- ; and to appear and plead JOhN WIT. C. O. C.April froiu the mila of wool, ; I am, now sending \01 to both $( O"
with and and in families
together our will city country |>!'cluIy
troops, LMGiifliiient YI'U"lllIlIl..il'r IhUdute thu Malls will bd vloaed <
20, 1861. tht shipping at St Marks, for which h I getfunrdul- S.
10.31 elrcilulioa than
"ally being I that of
to send Jim. Lane, with iftd as follows: I have Wood Lauding-and at the I. luIU) anypuM .A IJ'Y
l.rlPCIUI"1 >rin the hu.te renders best
abolition cohorts "to the tJallpy*Jaw} ol .- XOCTIIERX MAIL, LIVERY ACCOUNT Yurd. where fair day fish of | powlble II. .oJclVinu
8TABLJ Ln.ln every diiini fur all those who wish to make their lut-Imfs
Canaan." + Every Evening (except Sunday,) at S o'elock; lEAVE Slnhl. accouutilnthu every kind can be caught;. and In the tabuing season and known to tin puMii In a which will "
: WAllt way t
-..... .: FLORIDA MAU I hiin.lt. of J. II. COLLINS K for eushhetu.tion Mullet in great iibuiidtuce' j> hunt return. llrrJli1K&! .
al.II..ltul .
). Irull.t
Every miu-nU'j (excp4. hmnl.iy\ ) at 7 o'clock. Tha Pine ,11I.t lave a herlthy growth of pines
and .
all iudvbtcd -
Pudy. ; drXo lftt.-rs will be mailed after Jui above ; i''''" areiirgrntly allct and may be as u turpentiuu (arm-it being September uuU
hou The office will positively not be opcmid fur ed to cull upMt him and sitlle-Tltlier by clh 'I only tttu-mihi and I half front 1L JI.WulLcr's Tlr.fentu..lli.ler 0 -NUWYOttK0EMEVO1.IFWT SCOVILL A- GOO!ELL'S PATENT I
I would have you attend to the full sr Sunday. n )te. I 1'1 absent with the voluut viand am '.
: any purjKweon
}
.
therefore desirous that this business should IjcclmeJ 5
fiificance and extent of tbQ word boly.is It C. A. BRADLEY, P. M.Moqtlcello. new source of profit Joist opened, : DNWDnA. icwiiig-with Two Threads-f-Doul
i W
! not abstinence from outward; deeds" .ol .March 1C, l6u June up. 8th, 1801. II. K ALKEIt and which w1 Ilk this the most valuable place In EntatluMatultiuloitiJ/urtfu Rtl'ui/of Hunting iefm.r. S IokstitehI! j .
Wakulla. the Havana trade
profligacy i ii not a 'mere recoil lron by steam mtk C'ualageoui, bsa- .

I i impurity action. .It is'a recoil from# -irapurity D. J. Taylor, WHEELER & WILSON'SSo".ng might bouts twice make I hundreds month. of A man wIll Water-mellons a small force nuet all diteiuti. aMI"r e/II..' "aicaio. < ''a.j.lrml'Uli.c/i of re tilantl000 stlls 8 p r Minute;

in thought ,It' is i that quick and gOMJMa D N i iAX L lli OW1Tt iiob.ixio Peaches itu. There Is no better laud in the world icuiirsr uuurt.rPlIB u.ual organ "J

_
aensitive delicacy to which even tbe very CHEAPEST AND for the production of these fruits. : Journal of Medical Reform, eoulainliig! Val' .
;J-- Dr.1' T1 '
conception of evil is offensive; it is a virtue ioat desirable tahu.ln live.JOilNaO. __ TIE The range is Inexhaustible for hogs an4 oaltle,-* i uablo iuforuiation on Spermutorrhea and thu ., T iionL _

which has Us residence withb ;which takes Receiving and .Forwarding Agent, CI)., Agents. There Is I rough house iUrin-houja and ou thy 1,111. kitchen New Rumedies employed at thus Infirmary fur the ;i: owp R ICE _':;
: ofthe bear : April 28ih 1860. lltf dairy, corn one negro eL cure of the above diseases, sent to those needIng!'
guardianship t-as of a citadel .# l'EnN ABDIlf A, FLA.'ur There 1s also on this place a small Vlnevrl. medical M in sealed letter envelope free of S .
I' or inviolate sanctuary in which no wrong, Charleston (itJ.Fifc, which bore abulI.lunlflb.second year. J believe Uou'l fail to .end/i'a ehlre. ivSEWING MACHINE, > ,' 'f',, ,'
' Aged for rpy. '
or worthless imagination is permitted to. February. 1891. Daily Lln..t 8-ly SUaotera. /COMMISSIONER for North'Crolna.to take ao for the eulure gruipeand wluefuaklhg, 1 country To '"r'HI. of many Mro/J,1 and di."o eMit pffefed sewing, witl$ 'i>o Tun-ail* >& '" ;

dwell. It is not mere purity of the third i \J knowled ments and proofs *and Mortgages can surpass It rca,el",."'. /prcH.U'licArI116 comutuuicattj rflJESElkhtll'* artfc b. t In'marlet for fiuuli .
This I II
heaven; and ifit i is at once settled in thQ FO FLORIDA VIA. bAVANNAH. on Lands. use j and they are so siuipU 'L:
Judge
John
lieard.who .
i brings and tha" and take duiMwitions, Mujor The PreSLrlplioni for Consumption used by, the Iq (heir couatructioo that they \may be feut Into .
b-c5rt.11 and the peace, triumph tJfR siaeuce.Misutleello, Fbi 47.y will perfecta tllo.hout f purchaser. present Infirmary, wL'Uw! sent friM to.1 who steed ft. Mullie with uoother instructlonsthat tar odalA.11
untroubled serenity of beaVeji along TIlE STEAMER hi .j>n rAIU"le teru. never 1411.to eure Cou-l s. Olttrb.I cJ iu a irc.l., which aeeompaulea each machine V '.5'suij I
with .stUI.
it. In tberaaintCDanceTof there IIOWAIID ASSOCIATION N W WAL.KER. anti Consumption, .thousands from which a child ten old redij {
year may ,
is a Constant the'eomt rA B P. S.-I will go with any one delrou**"f pur.eimsiuugatanv Ufoieyouriiih.. CI ld bow to sad la' J \ \
levation/there tit 3L lt J (. Ctv | jg. sara us* keep them pf r. $ i Ail
placency, I had almost gala tjjff. 'prtJe. !. D A Etfeeolenl iMktutio DE 1.cJ ffipedal '*. iia.time tu examine the place. To a.111 apply by letter,with full description ( .dlJper. Deed of gooj uuieLines, will adane '-.'. .
Ford,
a great moral victory the "IUQ'.nI1tieof 9 Captain, T. J. IOCKWOOD .tt>* ,.',/ IM 1ielis/o/Mi Suit 4l'itJ Sandy ov. 24.. I860. tHr-t ofe. oul"I"o. symptunw of disease of any kUid. theirlntfre t by tAlliai IIJ'OO thieuittlesJgne4and .t
over 1 JlU .,candid advice, free of clujrga purcwtalnj. t "Tbes* ma<.bu .. '
ajjticlai t'lntltut auJ VU1 < are wairantd ,
an earthly and ccttrse4 natur tkere .I. WILL leave Southern Wharf every Tuesday !ii .J'i.*Diel."R FOIJNDILY U. gii.n.bV the chief l5IsyiuIulanpr Surgeon. to do good ,',
for Savannah, at T o'clock whl hport cipecistZ/or Ii. (" 01 4 PLLTOl LJOELjB.
healthSand ,haryn DrtlJ! t.he'IbJ'a bca" ; V".H" # AdJresswlth two or three damp, fc.r postage) COLLINS Azent. _
the will tear
ty holiness which, though it. 8'tryesee I at V..ruaa4paV.dueaJ.at 6 p.. n.o'clock, same a.day.w. arriving MEDICAL ADVICE? GIVEN GRATIS by *th. i TALLAHASSEE. FLA. ourSeeretary DRAi BERNEY'. S Montleello Dee. 17th, 1839. :_.44'.. .

in the counttnanad 1e u't\f .d t,1 gctuuiu1. will leave 'ilatka. Surgeon to aU who apply JOHN (r8u; lUJ WflInusnburg. New i'ork. "
bfl..tte.
PAth; Thursday at S a. CAJZDY pecewbvrJ.t80.t A GREAT sotniiiacxON ..
.
itself so throughly intern 1. aa to m.; J."nvUle. at J, p, i m.; Fernandimt. 11 p. m; with a description of their coditloo. (age occupation Proprietor U-l1 S 5
rity of heart the most dwiioc ivft.wakepu:1 andSavaunah. Friday at S p. in. Arrivinirat Cuarle* habits of life Ac.)and in tv ol extreme poverty S TEAM ENGINES, from 6 to U H TMI Power F 0 b W (p& rr flo
t. of charaeter that is ton,Satnrdajr moruing. M ripening and
e paodunr i Valuable Reports'ou Sperwatorrhiua and other oraboutUtJuiiencal the Geurtia Weekly
muotUip, ai cheap eau New
r: lor t.hegtor1e.ofeterLlty. PASSAGE' dt1 of the Sexual or .. and ou the new rem oranv Northeru beurchk Flori. Tele rapti will b. enlarged ti> Jil'lit: pages 5
*0> 0 <>, .7. *V* From Charteatoa to Suy no.h. ,,.,,,...$. aa .IW1 in the llL>'|ieusury. svut to thy afflicted Yori CASTINGS: fu Haw Mi' Gin Oe uing.11 Ac., *' 01LTa audit eoluDuia in the "I'te; ui'tiug-'* uas%' .
"!Tba Northern papers say'their BOV );8avannajto Fernandin...,., HKrojuCharUstontoFerBiwdiua.f > i letter envelopes, free of "harg .-. 1 constantly. on band. tullr i.from la to 18 inches On1 OU1. n of the largest 'p' Id the woIJ4iuJpreseeItage ,
rninentbM jOir250) 00 men. on 1..ho I ;.,. 6 00 Two o thr.btaiops for po.titge j will b.alptble! "-.ter also ou or order. l perfect tiiuuuary of N..s, foreign and dontft tle. a* ,
ron. Theae will pay Fropi Charleston to JAkjwnville. ...,... 8 00 A.tdre.for Report or tre.taeut.IJt. Some Beautiful patteru mON t 1UIUXQ for 0 LUll Illauk Xolet, well u large loud oft.dsueflniavoUs matter liiijniaguiAceot :
., halts IHBIS yuau 1)16' {jovertjineut; From Charleston to PicoluU awl Pilatka ..t0 00 IIOL GIITON. Acting urgeou5 U'.lrJlowtio J.IKILS, Onv Yaids, it.JOIUili'U o J a'bela. EJ1nn.s. sheet a Ultm publ JreJ for Two ful'larsp ;
.ver million donar per day. The en or D.1"AYLOR.AKeot. Xo. 3 South Nlntn btreet, WiiHK! of aU J< criptU Bi executed raouuu.iiajvauiwl,a>a. ".
tire revenue of the Uuitdi Slat, w\\\ \ not be Fern.ndloa.Fti.U t ...Ry order of th.Ilredon with neatam*and dwMt< AU order ad4i-e&s4 rCards, &o. For the latest. w".proeur>iiLMACOX PAU.Y1'TELEUttAMI.
over ( L. CJtlUOLM Ageut.Cbar1INvJl" .: .bieli whl,!,,V, euUr ejr ?rIca
t3oOCO.OOOnDDually. lie re.the IIZAETWELI. 're.'t. tujuhn faidjr, 'Ci"-!;"lu .e. FU>rlda. iU U prow Executed wIth BeaUes and
? d.. mo FAIRCHU.D.SeVy. Ij aUeodedto. CA ,1 J dlipatth at' lb. .fil $ ,. _
7nco:4! : ; Hm' i 1 .1811. LI'ti Jov.{ 8. I860 OER1( ".I.J CAR fir r."CM Oftb.niwUyYni.nt5! j. oliwrl ef"9rt, .a1 Telegraph OHio*n..Ho taiiaa C 5-


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a; :: iBi MLi: ; : ,Ul mt& @E: Tk Jefferson

: nn N. o>w. JORDAN, fcHAS STOMACOITTEPS.. !! .. > in, Colinty//%,.

:: REMOVED TO THE TOWN ()F MONTh
; \ ", -- :(':0:0:0:0: : :- oViderstlned keeps
"t.t :: CELLO for the Practice of medicine. The nroprlotora'and nunufactorcrtof 1105TETTgIt' constantly on han4 large
'NO T nXAFPJ td9' Office at Clefs' Hotel. s CELEBKATEU STOMACH BIT- of Fresh lime, ansi will forward'the Mme
August 18, 1860.) 87 8m TEllS can appeal with perfect confidence to, $ ( to any Accessible* point .on" very tea.,
: -
: : pluyehclancanetcitiens generally ot the United term ,*% .
Slates: because the article has attained a ordcrtddriwwd to me at Monllccllo, Florida,
reputation
T. j. SOU'DEALERS 4 : \ prompt attention. ,
GH1CE & heretofore unknown. A few fncta upon
J.. @) g Rfl/IT i Q nr9 his point will epeBl): more powerfully' than JOIUf M.' .RA VSOn.'
Toliimes of bare nsserton or blniomng puffery.The ? 9th 1861. 52tfTO.TILtVEEERS1 -<
of /osteltRr'e/ Stomach Bit .
MONTICE\LO FLORIDA
<< comumptlon
.. .' .: PR\CTICE'ln : '_ ters for the tact, yeas amounted to over A half- S ,
INST : TiLL all portions ,,.., -II
i : million Union, and from tic manifest stcsdy a
y nf East and Middle Florida. !:!lIUm 0 increase In limes p".I.lt Is evident that during 7.
June 80th' < 18fiO. 20.ly Best And Most' if tRo f
will
reach
I the coming ycarlhc consumption
,
kin
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car one million, bottles. This immense Amount '
; .l'tS ,f-AwaY nfYGoons Ai I'oclcr, in, I)., -yIfel could never hnv' been- sold but for the rare JSJ 4"t' .

tITaiin rennvct! I to :Muntlcello,Florldit" will medicinal properties contained in the, preparation UNDERSIGNED HAS PtTcED A DAILY
continue tte| Practice 01' Medicine In all Acute and end the sanction of the moft prominent ( first el_Six Horses Coaches:on the rout
'GROCERIES & Chronld Disentcs.V lie may be found nt all hour physicians..In those sections the country ftlJITMAN ('be present .tirmhins of the
HARDWARE: 0.. when Dot professionally ahuciit, nt Ms residence, on where the article Is best known, who not only Mnin Trunk' Railroad) and MONTI-
the South.west.eurnl'r. ..f the Public Squat e, West recommend the Hitters to their patients but I Tht.e Coaches run 'o as UTconnect with
of O>1. Blackburn's Hotel.. Ire ready at all times to give testimonials to ill By the use ol these on both the Georgia and Florida Railroads.
on=t:1oe11o.: ................... .. .... .. ,...... ....F10r:1d..a.: FeruAryI8tb,1860.. My'' efficacy nil oases of stomachic derangements Nervous or rick IftaJacht ) Shortest ftn.lllost Direct route for. .travel.
and the. diseases resulting therefrom. Savannah 8t )Marks *(?. _
A. C. TIrCnnti, 91. I>" Thla is notlv tcmpoiary popularity, obtainedby nkcn at the eommc leaving Montkello at '1 o'clock In the CT ,-
: < UO MCE O PATH 10 PHYSICIAN extraordinary efforts in tile way of trumpeting relief from pain and will reach: :Savannah:! at 1 o'tlnckunt <'\* .- tire fpiiilillcs of the. hitters, but ft solid They seldom full In L. If. MATTAtR. ;
., t. J. CHACF. SON1? TMpeelfutlv inform the public that they") hft**! received their full stock of Montlu, ..flortts.July161 estimation of an 1 imnluable medicine, which Is headache to which 27th, 1880. 8"7-2stf
MI-RtfG: A: SV.1"RK GOODS, consisting of every variety theroiintr.v cut posilbly demand 1859: ap9-ly destined) to be aa enduring AS time itself. ;
: Our Goods have been carefully selected. And! ,,11bl\ ..,,1.1 lit PRfC&i: thllt11\ not; foil, to .give SATISFACTION1 Hosteller's Stomach Jlillels have proveda Th.'lIct gently upon I WORK VORK !1.1 I !
9 to the most careful purchaser. We' Ape..tflllh'lolieltAn examination, feMina sanguine: tlmtIt n:%.1 vTLon, )t. D. 'T. PALMER, )r. n. OudKcnd to region whiro fever and ague For Literary men, ,
; will result la our receiving a portion of the custom of'the citizen of Jefferson and adjacent coU9tIe.t Dr. Taylor A:; Palmer, and various oilier bilious complaints have nil persona of sedentary Jordan' :JFulforcl,.
15 .. *** counted their victims by hundreds. To be tun Lixiillvc: Improving .
..lllltieellQ Florida,
; : ., r ** "*'. Practice! able to tate confidently that the "Bitters" mid \lgor to the BUILDEIT[ Hi 'GfNERAlO.A.B.PEJSfTEEI.[ [
tTContlnlle to tu Co-Pnrtnershlp. J are certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like .
ova STOCK IS ALL NEVD)' CONSISTS, IN PART 01' the nnlunil! elasticity and ,
.- ... March 13th 1859.: ly disease, Is to the proprietors source of unalloyed
1 '" )"!;4 < plcnsui It remove nil morbid matter The CEPHALIC rILT.'!
'Lad.:1os' : .
,
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Dr. Robert !
t Scott, from the etomich purifies the, blood, and vestigation and ciiefully
it :JIoNiicELl.0[ FI.OUIDA, imparts renewed vitality to the bervoullYHlem. hnvlug-hcellll1 'ffCEU.O, .' :.. ..t.., FLORIDA..

SPRING SUMMER,- DRESS GOODS : tff Offers !his Profi-wional" 3er! ,'Ices to the citlrens firing It that tone ant, energy iudirpen.able they 'lima" prevented uetuiany nnd ,, most repec/I'1ytnform(/ '! :the public\ that
a for the restoration of health. operates for the
,. of Monticello and vlcl.iily. upon year 18(51( -
the stomach, liver, and oilier digestive organs, |uiinnnd sufTriing: from :
.
Y Fancy Silks s French English nml. American Prints March 1S5 : ; mildly but powerfully, and Boon restores them tln;( in the nervous system ,
Jaconets and Lawns ; Plaid nnd Check Giiitrhnma! ; rII. :*. Dilwortli, loacondillon essential to (the heallliy discharge' of the utonmiih. purpose of carrying on the House Building
Grenadines ; White nnd Colored( Marseilles! ; of tho function* of nature. \ Carpenters busineti, on a 1.lrge scala,
,Bercges % Pl.tin, Stl'i iped and Checked Linens ATTOBNET. AND jCOU-NSKLLOU AT LAW, Elderly\ persons riley' line the tit lore daily as They are entirely n work entrn!(leJ to me will be 1.111110-
; I ; Jfontlcdlo Flori'hi per direct loni on the Lot tie, noel they will find and I limy be token nt all
Linen Good!* of every iluwriplion, &c. v_ in it stimulant peculiarly! adapted to comfort without milking any \ t 1,Neat andjvith Dispatch,
.
WILL practice in the Courts the Middle Cir declining years, at it is pleasant to .thin |'alnte, will ifunrnntee to gtVe satisfaction In
PLAIDS AND
COTTOyADES STRIPES of
TfCKWO.APJtOy CHECKS, BLEACHED AND sence any disagreeable every
of Florida,and IntUe District Court uf
BROW Ll.\'J.Y.4.\"iJ invigorating to the l.owclfl, excellent rn a Ionic, .... 1 have incurred a heavy expense by the
$ DOUKSTICS : U7'O.VlTJN'r; IRISH the United States ndimnUtcr' them t t. ,. .
: SLAY AND DUCK LINES, PILLOW CASELlXEy and rejuvenating pcneinlly. We have the evidence hand nnl consequently am In hopes a lib
March 15.1859./; -ly of thou'iinuM, of aged men. nnd women, BEWARE OF (' \\ill extend to mea share of patronage.lilconiraijt .

WirSflYlE; (DE)) > AMD IEMBlrl3DEirlOlF'i: !! ; : of Every Description. <<< '. G. rife who have expeiicnccd the benefit of using this The genuine hn\c IIvellgIl ifnj"work in any portion of JtllVr-
preparation Vihilo tulT.-iing from Momncli dorangemtnta tag tin cnch.box. adjoining cunttuties't'i/ wilt do It on ns CUr

: Swiss, Jaconet, Dimity and Lineu Bamh ; Dre. Trimmings ; Lace Sets ATTOltNKY A 0 C''>lr. i'llr.Lon' AT tAW, and goneiil debility; acting under Hul,1 by Druggists and'] r.l1 terms as any one can possibly do.
\ ; the advice of pliy w inn", 'they have abandoned) lit\ a distance wishing HOUSM! built ra-
Jlontifdlo, Florida' alt deleterious ill'ups nndfaiily tested tho rines. A box will be \ or any ileseriptlon of work In r Jlne, can

Manias, Hoop S Skirts and Corsets, in great variety ;iLinen April 12, 1889.! ly >. merits gentler of sex.tills, There aitiilc.nro certain A few words periods. to when the eel pt of 2Pa.rl.oo tho; : \ !prompt- meat attention M'tnllcollo, ioridn, and they- wHite.

UiUt/.vll .\; t'cvlcr, their cares are so Imin.i-ing that many of them JORDAN FULFORD.
Table Cloths, TOlvol*, Napkins nnd Daylos ; Bird Eye nnd Itickab.ick Diaper; Attorneys! at Law cD Solicitor in Chancery Rink under the tiial. The relation of mother All orders should be S-I lane also hired an excellent well-digger

Oil Cloth and Table Covers, English and Ameiican UO \'rr. TALLAHASSEE: FLunlD.\, and child is to absorbingly tender (lint the IIEXIIV mild tlu-relui be happy to receive orders tOo-
mother especially if -lie lie. )' nug. It apt to J8 Cedar Clean or ItepairWeha. J. F.
jILL practice In the i'luprcu'h'| Qitirt 0 the forget her own lunltli in her extreme anxietyfor Atl .-lboi.! 47.If
-_ ?, In the United hi Iul.'s li) .lrtt!< ,Ciuir', her Infant. Should tie period of maternity
fur the N irtlici ,u 1Jitrt i : t or PIt'I.II. ai.lln I tlir i:!r drive during the summer l reason, tlio wear of TilE FOLLOWING : } !JEWELRY! !
cult (1", ,ra of !h '"" 'tintnl: Wi-sliMi 1'c-iiil- body and mind I is generally njrgiavaled. here, :
JTJ-Uiil-I ''v J"'!..., '. .:,. '*" the At then Is a necessity for n stimulant to rerunet ?&[!) > Of course A store would, be eaneuiierefln.
GOODS 'lorni.. ', 1. I ITIlbilAj .,", rate the energies of the Mutim and enable the ; complete without this indispensable requt-
FURNISHING kl L. ':-LL; A. J. PEELER mother la bear up under her exhausting tunIs .Itp to n JAd)"'. or Gerilleman's threes, so Wit
LoU) \cnli-f i i 1.,1 0XovomUr and responsibitiliei. Nursing mothers gene. nruughit out aval lety of good Jewelry such
Rlh, Ldd > 39-ly!) rally prefer the lUiicrt: to all other in\igora- s, Breast Pins, Fancy Artii-les,Chains. Goht
Of every'kindtlucb as Broad Cloth, Cassimcre, Shirts! Silk, :JJorii.o and Cotton UnderShirts -.-- .- i, toes that rcccivo the inducement of plijsl- WILL C'OXVI.VCE ALL .. Washes, (nmoiiiv which may be fnuml
: and Drawers, Scarf Ties, Poekct H.indkerchiei's, Gloves, Suspenders, &0., &0. :Land.: Sur-vooY'or. ci:ins, ln'cnuio it is agreeable to the taste as AmtrieanYntvh) and Penslls..

:;, ; UntrImmed Bonnets Roaches .Flower; Ribbon "&c W. well AS certain to give permanent inircase : \\'bleh..1iI* be fold at n' llvlmjprloe by
*. II. ELLIS '
of bodi'y' strength. -'T.'J. CHACK A: hOjJS.;
FFr.n4 hU 'er\lctM to the citizens of Jiffcrsou '\l1lhopo prisons to whom wo hnvepnrllcuInily tlecllo. October!' 1860.' 87-ly .
Boots ,
and Shoes, of Every description.i () County, nsn Lind Surveyor and Plotter. rcfened l above, to wit I eulTcreis" front .

:i YANKEE NOTIO S-auch ns BllttOIl nl'I1'1hl'. C.r...',,:, Tl1pe, To's Fancy/ Soap!, )MoLtleclIo M.u'cli 2, 18(11. :3 J Sin fever dysentery and ague imligcstion cnu'cd by,loss malaria of appetite, tliniihora, and, .\ [}{J @ \('@ @ @ [r> (fj{ Do

Colognes 1111 Qua. }<'I1I1CY AI.ticll', J't'n l\'lIcil, Cards! & '. B. all dUeaics or ucinngcmeuN of tie utonmcli SPEEDY AND
J. COLLINS

Wood and Willow Ware Hardware Tin Ware cutlery Crockery t Trunks AGENT FOR occupation superannuated, and Invalids nursing, mother"pcrions of ill sedentary eonMnlt. IS WITHIN -COL' >:RED-AT--PHOTOGRAPHS' .,

ALABAMA :NSURANCE COMPANY, their: own plijtical nclfnrcby giving to llus- Sachc & Potter'st
tcllor'i C'ulcbiati-d t-tonmth Diners a ",1111.) Ai tlltlt Tinlimonialii weft ;
it. GLASS .WARE. NAILS,SADDLERY. UMBRELLAS, WALKING STICK::!. OF MONTGOMERY, CACTIOV.\ -\\e VOlition: thin, public, agniiiKt jag, they rvrv
ajfunl H"njttetl
Are to take Fire Rials at the usual, <
rate f
prepared
We will also ke-m on hand General supply of GHOCCIlf such Flour using any of the many imitations or countcr- igI 1111ixrii
as Sugar Codec Teas ea of Mil truly
Craekers Pickles. Preserves, Spice. Pepper Salt, Ginger Soap, Fresh Pcar-hes, Pine Apples, Tomatoes Charter Capital. . . .$300,000: felts, but Uht fur IlllSTIuTTFn'S ('Ml.linATIDSrciMtrn : 'y !
.: Salmon, Lobsters, Oyitersand :da-dlnei: in cans, together with the largest supply of the various brands, Cipltal plli.lln.t i .. .. .$1;39.000E ; I'.iTTriiB. nti'l see that cacti bottle has
01 8EGARS ever bronjhcto! Mditiacllo."Vltli' any uinttty of 'I'obacco-Iumo of which is or It. :MlU'CALP.Seo'y. I \V. C WI51), Pres't. the \Vur.h"be'..1. I llo-leilcrsiMoiuntli i t ) 1-illiTS": MASOVVILLK, 1.l.tAHIj! : 1l.A.!
qi; the rery best description. /' >> March 0, 18tH. 4 ly blown on (the a:do ct, the' bottle, and rlampcd :Mn. SPALDIXI'

FOil TilE PL.4NTER-Wehavolatdtn a stock of GENERAL PLANT.VTION SUPPLIES on t tha metallic nip covering I tho CeO k, and Sin : would respectfully auuoiiuce to tha publlethut
rk :jyfeelln confident that our prices cannot fall\ to give satisfaction, we respectfully solicit pation.ije. TIlE NEWbPAPEK OF TIlE SOUTH. observe that uitr autvguiph, sigunt tire I IK on I the I have: liiud 1 your we Imve .secured. the services ol an em
I Give u. a trial. J. C-1IACE 4 -- label. Coloi lit and Portrait Painter. 1'b08eI'"l.In,
17.1.T. : SO. .*- Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEH & like them no/ well that ,
AprU 27tb, 1881 Tho Cilltrlc ton ITfcrmry thU niueh admired and durable style of
: '
SMITH Pittsburgh Fa. and aold by all mo two ilo'.l.ais! worth a'i linvu an alfoided them tur thee
Gives the latest and must reliable puhtlial, oppnituiilty
and general new., fiom all pnits of commoivhil theworiI. druggists grocers, and dealers generally. I',ti't of thc o :nro' .* In '1.lIlInllll....... 'Ilia. increasing demand
the United States, South Amoj
throughout
Its special correp"ndents fiirnUh by :Molt Jlca, and Germany. whom I gave: n few Oll popnhir ftjlu of painting has Induced us to
nnd Ti'h'sjiniih< i full mid early i ai'ei>iint"of evt'rytlilm; get fi'om p>l\. an cxperUiiucd uitist and Vie are now pr<.
: EXCELSIOR STORE !" of iiili-reotlluit I transpires, In the great cities of Europe tF I Fur sulo. Moiititfcllo.: by nil T. M. PALM 'I Send the Pills by ( to take .
and Ameilo.i.The HK and Pit. jUHnrtT;! :o.'orT and in \Vnkeeuuuiibuby : ; Plain;
: : ; !/ JfeliiiHotypt'r! rhnlrgraj-fit, Lij'f
... n-c. __. "clf'1 the South reeeini npfiiilattention.Politically I'Al.VKlt .1\\1LUAMS.:: Yourob't S '\' I'hnloyfafkt, i'aliiilrt f/iuluffraiikt Jlinin*

the iluivli 20. ISO'J .\:\ ,, PhntugrafiiK, I'Flnqraj.h. in' Oil Cuon !.
the Mates
I860. 1860.J.T.BUDD Jeruiry reirceentu I'hvtoyrai in Wiittr Ci'lvrt tthdPfotoyi
Rights rcsUtance cloincnt and nd\i ciitestho unionuf .
> A GOI.ltIIODGKS MLII.:. ,
ojifi* tonelifl 'iidia; JII!'.
\\ : )
the Soutlicni Mutes! maintaHirg: their rights "
and, entahlUliln. their security.iMllv rl'. SrALniNU. t. we aru prepared to fill nil onUrs, of, every
Mercury I year, in advance ..*10 00 DAVIS &; CO'S SIB : jn'criptl\ ;rf. and iturruutMitlsfictiun; la wiry
1' Trl-\Vcikly If .. 6 I noXofaptr ,) COXSOLIUATr.il LOTTERY OF GEOI1GIA..liillioneilliji I nNli yon to send or no cl>ftye.;;
lent Uittitl tin ecu the "
oriler
arcninfiauie .1' tIc Pills (.1''eotrp s Deceased Persons
E. U. RIlCTf, ClmrU-rton, S U jtptrial Aelnofthe Lfyidattm for your% Cephalic _
01'itijit: nf the \\\'aliingto\ ('uitnly' Aea:
from life. ,:
I Yours ( "
-HAS RECEIVED HIS- WHI. SLUSSEK, Brilliant S SheinislFJulj 1861 : MARY : Pjtiutiiigs Restored and Cleaned
-MANl'FACHJUKR OF- -
nIlOYAL wWdnj''''' I'urlmltl11; \ please leave their
'Ai Tin and S Slieet-lron Wares SrnucK CjiEEK, Ilfsi' ) soon, as our Artist will not remain during the
r AE WRIN !mm @ @lm Copper, ;jWHOLESALK HAVANA PLAN! J f ,! ,
have also Introduced and beautiful
D Prise 1 II. C. Sl'ALDIXO. just a new
20,220 to
AND KETAII. DHAl.KR: IXA3D Amounting!, oil colored Photographs called thc IJIAP'-

: EMBRACING ALL TUE KEW.'STYLES IN : OMPORVER: OF I e91 )1bCl. Sin : : \" which are universally a. r a French German English & American Goods You will 111ea40: taken In any part of tbo country at short
Will 1)0 lUttibutctl according to follow! ing your Cephalic Pills.! Views of bimlness houses, or residences,
House Furnishing Articles of ROYAL 8CJ1JIr.; itcly, and olond if desired bite JO by 16 inches.
11a ( 11111J ; :
rjs0 OD ,a Jli11V 1 Xi t Every-Description.- To be drawn every: Saturday. Ucspectfuly! ?ypes and Melamotypes. all 1!sixes stud prl..es.Call .

-. and see Specimens 1
STOVE HEAD-QUARTERS. I Prize of. .. .J70 000 5 Prizes o it. .}JOO
I :ElD4: :a.OXDERZES WOe A full supply alwavson band of COOKIXO PAK- I 1 Price of .. ..?JO OOrt 10 Prhi-s of. ::SOD\ P. S.-T have nt eil ], 1860. 42 ly -
LOU and UOOM bl'OVES. Cooking Moves trim. 1 Prize of, .. .$10 OU,) 21)i 1'n/es of. loo' aiulfind them ex:'ellcnt.BCLLK
AS WELL AS med. with neatness and warranted to jrhB .norfii-t I j jiatlsfiictii.il. 1 Prize! of .. 50 LARGE
IIIS.USLML LINE OF They can bd shipped with safety to 1 Prize of. .. 3 000 100 Prizes of. 23: Vunxov,; V PUBLISHED; BY-

any pars of thecountry.GARDEN 1 Prize of .. 2 000 23 Quid Prizes of. 6 IENKY[ C. SPALDING, DORE DLOIiTIIOID'SO:\. Editor.
PLANTATION AND HEAVY GOODS AND FIRE ENGINES. 3 Prizes uf. ... I 000' .
PJeio find inolosed
976 ApproximatePrizes, amounting *18SOO\
Rotar)'. Suctiun and Korea. Pumps,' with RolLerlIosattechied. for which send! mo\ Daily! Circulation the Slate of Georgia t
CLOTHINCr, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, for sii.i.lyini[ ; ..Plantation Engines! Whole Tickets! $S ; IIilv.'s; $ t ; Quarters ilialio' Pills.! Th" .
with waUT.from wdl .cll .to. $2 Eighths $I.CI,1'.v' j are
EngineMnuke '
.rlls. ; Jforttwq '''', (0 per annum In advance.
: : Stacks male to order. ........ ha>'e ceir (ned. : Ileklv Jlvminy .Vetni publlnhed every Mon- 4
HARDWARE CROCKERY GROCERIES, dc. ESPShop Wpik ofe erv d.-sortlitlon} done by Direct A. !; and Friday at (1 per annum.
.. the very best workmen. All orJvrs promptly attended PLAN! Bcllo Vernon, // ,"'I*. publiJied every bulurday at t J
.. .. to. 100'- oo.ooo. always In advance
t .
These Goods areasGOODLYQU.4LZTYauj TallahaueeFebruary 1.1860. 6My TO ADVERTISERS.'
will be sold as BEVEKLY, ::\1 !

LOW IN PRICE, as can be obtained at any House Monticello\ ; and 850 FOR OXEDOLLAJI II. SPALDING' E"q. : I.);"irge Circulation eouiitrv'and( ; nf especially tbe "Morning In families-ewa"ia

all articles not as represented can be returned. F.A1KJLY: : DIUWN DAILY AT O'CLOCK.. i I: wish i for some cil' ; I cliiMiluti }being; larger than that of any

MontUsUo. Oot b rl3. I860. hills, to Lrinjr: your : \ [ t-1"u :i'tCltc-reud"rt it the best possible m..
J.
JJ. IOTT3DZ3.I860. a, '\1411I6.1'-12: Drawn. Ballola.SChEME iarticul.il'I v be tbie my nl! tho... who wish to make their business

$tnt.l1tu I r ,ni'iiiiir*Pt have nuj thinjj of tho known to Hit public In a way which will
the and
most prompt profitable returns.
-_ _ Any. $1,00.. ticket with Xos.on it,all drawn(B,000C. One ot my cn<; i 8tb, I860. SO-tf
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7' 26.000 severe Sick Headache'\: ( !: ; .
SCOVILL GOODELL'S'l'ATEXTIewing 4 6 10,000 clays,) 1t'ag cured : -..NJ.ll.YORJi
Fall and Winter Trade. 1860. .. U WM 8\ 2:6110: of( / -

. ; J.rt.n.nt.. with Two Thl'eathDouLle .. ii u 4" fioo ly your Pills, wInch ; WOlWNI'j! INFBR: : MrlV.!

Lock Stitch .". "" .ii. S" 100 llespectfully I" 30 ith Conluitout, Virulent aid Chnnif Iht-
MAEVUf'm
J. M & vV. P. More t than 1000 stitches Minute H II U "I" *A_ j\ and for Itit indication, and"ltI'lIIillll.ti" of

: per Any (1,00 Ticket with a drawn number on --,- -, JTtcattt. of the vnaary and lefitaj orytui, of
-
It stationed to come out at any particular atNr,.
jilii'o.: Miub as n, ht. id 3d or ony other -S. A ainle Lottie Journal Medical Reform containing Val-
: of \
Tin: OM.V s. ...ouln thei'rivklnjj. ,..7. .. .. .. .V.. .. 60Tit1'rt''on GLUE will .. information 09 Spermatorrbea and the
[Q)8 aR1 save ten
'Lo\\r PI ; ICED $1,00 to any Price,at the aboit Kattt medl...employed at the Infirmary for the
,per Dollar. the above di.eaBes, sect %o those needing
8SWI .j ,f/ ," RE.MCMBER'! SPALDING'S aid in sealed letter envelopes free of charge.
two
seleet.ednuntl.ers
rAE icnY lBY or more
'EA M @@2ID J Offered sewing wuii.-.vo: ThreadsrpUESE : are taken, AnI.11 of those Numbers .selected. are SPALDING'S l lSP.LDlXG'S <
; Machine! are the best In market for famlA. notdrawnumongtheTwclveDrawn is Xumbirs, the ; cleaN;ofpmttio mllckurfvily tarn
Ticket Bank.
: '. ly urpUntution uw ; and they are so a mail *
slmpU
on application .
llitsScherne
OTHING t SHOES HP:: By purchasers can select their "
> In their construction that they may be sent into Proscriptions fur Consumption used by the
families, with uo other! instruction*than are contain own umbers. ...,, SAVE TIlE 1 '\f\l! beaeo' tree to aU who need it. It
ea in a clrenuir v>'men accompanies each machine 41S'5w.COMBINATION.- ECONOMY I et) eUro Coughs Colds Asthma, Catmb

Hardware, Groceries; Iron, Nails ; and learn from how which to us*II and child keep ten them years In old order.may Readily PLAN JS"A Stitch In Time umf'tion, "on thousand, can atteot bend:
-on perish.
: ul 11 persons In need of t>ood machines will ad ...., A* accidents will happen wuo apply, by letter with&" full description
HATS, BONNETS, 'PLANTATIONJGOODS, FURNITURE, &c., Vance their Intere4 by calling upon the undersigned URA V fJ*;VEnYIUY AT 4 p'CLOCK. t-uuM-nitiit(Jiuilie\ ..it M very JesirubU occupation symptoms disease of any kind I
and purchasing. t3JTbiie: macbiues are warrant- CA PITA L PRIZED:' way for tlr $,(...candid advice free ofihargit wll|
ed to do good "or k. $$40,000! 8-32DO! 25,000! $20,000! Crockery, 4c, .bv the chief Physician or Surgeon.
JOEL a COLLINS: bPALDISG'S
Monticcllo Agent.
; n -(witb two or three stamps for postage" )
Monticello. Dee. 17th 1859.: 41. $10,000J.OOO! :> 2,5qO Etc.' meets all surb riurrpf nclrs, ". .DR A. BERXKY.: '
TICKtTs hVrd to be itliout it. it', ) [ Un] Willianisburg K ew fork.
A OREATSOUTIIEP.N: FROM fl.T9 JIO. v
a We take plaisu/e i in anaoancing to oar friend and and the to tbOltlekln! |1"lut. iulrj,1860. 4211JQUWOIU} .
patrons, public generally: !! --
4 that wa are now receiving 0111' Stock i\f ''1 & [}'JJ 0 W [IP & (IP UK: [ :, tr In ordering Tickets .tate'tbe Cleat, enclosethe IflrsEtT1. IX I -
Ueorui money tu cur addrt'M, and on receipt of it wr X B-A Qruali cconi|> K.
OXorlibouthtJunoaedtho Weekly \l'ilI..od what Li ordered by return mail.11tr 23 cents, Address 'I

W&fbb[ & [Q) WO rB '@(gQ[ ) g. 36 columns, in the aggregate to making Light it pageand "uv All ComiuuiiU-atioiustrU-tly. \ .. their oludd"IIIJu1.Pllr.hll..r. IIENUY C. .
w 1111'0'4001I'rlt. signature
gjf
: No, 48 C >
of the largest in the world and
presenting
papers a
plum, and give thrtr put OHlee, county Bud state, 1ii IODi-tgt! tt. _j o-
of and domestic
Kews ,
foreign ,
varie perfect summary
as .
Which hare been uelected with and attention and which for 'aod 5. "
great eare ex well as a large rand nlsceUanouus matter. This CIRCULARS: PAUTIO Heads, Blauk Notes ; !
? tent, ve believe to be unsurpassed in this ,"icinit). We court an examination, feeling- nagnlfieent sheet will\ be published for Two but Containing full explanations of our Schemes, tte As certain unprincipled 31nXiX.H.Cards f
lured that it will resole in our receiving a fair uhare otpatronageTu Lure per annum.in advance aUsy willbe foruarded ty Mail to nay one settling us to i |palm oaf on the unuilJ,"<: 'be1s. :] : .
addition to oar usual stock, we aro also receiving a fino lot ot OA TS and R YE Pur the Ut.it ae....prueurdb. MACON DAILY their name. or toy Prepare Glue. I. w &c., i
which we ofifer at moderate rates.ty TELEG RAPU. "hU.-b -iUaJ.o be enlarged. Price Orders for Tickets or Certificate by Mill or Exr t ,exunwne before .
i,00. Address orders, _khouU be iddreMed ,I with at.Muad Giapatebhe office
enclosing 100D"'. to the : > to auw paldiog'iI| "
: As usual we are in tbe Cotton Uariet.Oeteber i Georgia Tolegrrf Orfic. &Ueoa.Maepn HOIV;ES. avis Jk CO-. utaide) wrsppail' ptbtn ofthT&m1ly: Frillltd.
.},. 50" WO.t< ly J. ')t. i W. I*. MARVIN April th. 2060. Jan 14. JgSfl, Macon, G org U. '.' felts .!",, "" "f"irlcll&c"m rfrftiwry? tf IMT t. ....

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