Family friend
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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046227
oclc - 10573839
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and the sword to their very doors, and if sible to obtain any reliable information. STARVING WOMEN. receive pay or rations unices ordered Into erTlc (
;llt itUtl Head-Ooarfers of Florida i and will not be ordered Into service on lew In
they 1
lninilu' l need be, let the negroes bo the executioners is reported that Gen. McCullocli bad a bat We hopa Harper's Weekly will get up n } cane of Invasion, or InnuirJction, or apprehended,) .

of vengeance, 'and not many: moons tIe recently, and killed GOO Unionists! and picture of time one hundred and fifty poor. TALLAHASSEE, AUOCST IST, 1801. j Inuslon The Companies, composing thete, vicin Reg!' .
and Monday not be mored
who marched
women : on .
"Fiat JistWarg .Cotlvm." will wane, ere a loud and lotig cry willS: took time same number pl' soncrR, but as last starving in through this city demanding General Order, No. 11. meots1 country In which they were raleed l nnlcssthspublic '.

cend heavenward, from millions of wretch- there i* no confirmation of tIme battle, \vu 1roccllol! then contrast them I TIE Miijor-G mentis are hereby ordered to danger requlre.timeir support as expressed In
their Divisions the former several orders Issued the Companies.VII. .
F. R. riI.DiS! Editor.S3T I tinmodlatcly
cd beings nt tlie North, begging; : for peace suppose there is no truth in it.Tallahassee with tho Flora McFlmsc1 of Filth Avenue effective footing. They are olgAlledendpllcelon Irdcre,1 I. As this eorpsll been organized to support

and mercy. If nothing but blood vill sal .I-. t. who sport. enough upon one of cue the noce"nry orders Illiout dcll,and In'rcvr the Const and for general
irSco :n.ex.1: ::Pago.A1 isfy them they should certainly' be permitted Railroad Bills. their little lingers to keep ono of, these, /vaeniicy: hue occurred l by reawn of any officer defence, and tlmeir positions belngsnch R they can
....._--' 4 their own sisters! from? starving for n twelve having I'el comml"lolc.1 fur the service of the with rapidity be to any threatened point
to welter in'it at their doors. Confederate States, to the to theCommnndor-lnCliUf cannot too strongly Impress
Head the Military orders of Gen.Hofland very cou ncccnviry orJ.r
We understand that tho business ofTallahassee Whit
month. I
men : a city
f light.Ii\ 'izet be, tailed for elections to beheld h ifill the vncany.1rigtiaierGeiieraitu on the Troops time necessity of constant drilling
: in to-day's paper. They arc important Taking I his view of the matter\ (a war : positively refuse to receive tho Tender and \omnl, her Bird IIHt Wlgh having% L.l'l (lon810tent with their usual vocations). And that

: to every citizen.VST" .- of invasion,) we consider that tho Secrcta above change: bill and some of the merchants sensitiveness to wrong, compelled) by the commissioned n CnplRIIsln 311 Regiment ul they complete lliclr equipments it lud\lmLlo and
..., ry of War has: acted wisely in petitioning ; pangs: starvation to dolt her womanhood Florida Volunteers. whereby' tImeeofflec' Imve be each Captain h requested, to hove hs Company
-- : ot'OUl' own town are accepting of cnmo vacant, the Major Gone-nils nf the 1st and Suitilit by the citizens of his county with the
Let it not forgotten, nnt eleven Congress for 500,000 troops. And, it is also them for accommodation'at and go down among mode men h'gginr isloiis ill emi'c time noccsiiryordersTo' be Issued f.lo"pqlllpe. articles, to wiLt Each Company should
evidence that invasion is about to be the "merely an for bread I Hero is n chanco: for pencil fur on clct"l to bo held for Jtrigadicr: Gemuiruula of tents, camp kettles, mcs pans, tuolnrga sized
o'clock to-day, is' the hour nppoinlcllorthe an a discount of ]15 :and 25 per cent. This is of: Hogarth: : "Tired with their long the Sn. 8r.lll'lale'l; and ,dutlng tlic time neec coflet 11.,1101 axes nine spades, nine hatchcsona .

assembling of the In,1ic1111: gentlemen policy of the Confederate Government ; I'alhctel'p slia\inaf: ,"-and as we do not walk and ravenous: for food, they became: nry for an eh'cled, they will orderttmoSentorColoela box rope, handles, containing two augen,
in mass-meeting, for the of for without it, where the necessity of so Wild' with disappointment on I learning that 'lo organize the Hrigudcs. hand fnw, two glmlilot four pounds assorted naiU
pnrposo .*. like to sec the \people!' forced to submit to : I"1. TIme IlrlgadU-r 0.n"I'118"ill wo that their '.'\' one grind stone lru crank,(not rwMdlng Sfi
devising wn's.nnd. means to supply the large an :army! ? sacrifice"!: : have concluded to como to thi'irrescue. tho Mayor: was: not Ill. One of themthreatened eral Urlgadcs ol'ganlzeIal.1. all vacancies filled pounds' ) box and contentsnot fxvt tlUi'}* it pounds.) I
..... to t'OIIIlcl'lelt and cll.Anotll by elections without delay. They nil! order each Each man have A tantecn,
of soldiers. Let who houl
wants our every one Who shall be our Congressman Wo will take these bill* at their said: lal'O Colonel to order out lila Regiment n epl.t,11 duv.- haver-rack' o\.r.coa (Jn'f"r"Tiplete.) .

can possibly)' attend, be present. paf: ;" value, in payment: of subscriptions! ; baby Illrl.ltlL'cfoolevcl[f IILO ntnlcit. They will, I In JICPHHI, I ln<[icct and ivvlevv ei.eh I Jfeifl- servleealiK mat.rlAI, '0 pnif hw It'el ( oW .i.'
_._ mpnt nn.1 Balt.ilioii.. They | heeled, thick soled, high quartern, ot ll"th..laeed ".
eI' We perceive'iliat this question i is beginning A : I cluoall.r80nl1n
: : will : lieserImase *
and further, we allow a premium on t'.I.l "ho'olld bin to duty to be an.llcw iiplnfront.twopatrofaorh.two fuSr *>t drawer /
The Number nt Troop Demanded to attract tho attention of tho masses: them to all personshoare: owing for more allowed her son to enlist if ho was not in.ulo 11i11 enrolI 1"'lfn'l militia dii two fnnnelshrll, one pair "'lldertlll 'f'I'. plate. >. .i
the War nllelonslallo
by as well as aspirants. Capl. James L'MOBC-\ promised that: his mother would receive f 2 t ly, and n number, Iron spoon, pocket ;, I !,\ comb, V '"
than one year. a week from the city." Another in a wail Mud and condition of all diameter of arms In tlieliandsofllia two inrce pocket hankerehlcfi knife ard fork. .*:
Tho lIon, J.. 1' Walker, Confederate. Icy and Col.! B. I<'. Wnl'dlaof Madison, --..... of <'I'ng.mymid : "Had my boy known militia, pnMio and pilvnte, and I tho Tho uniform nhould bo tho State uniform if 1 U :1

States Secretary of Wir, in his report to Hon. T. J. Eppes of Franklin, Col. Blount Have we a Patrol hit, would never have: deserted me to quantity ufalmnnll"npuhll and private, as t the can 1,1 e'iutminctl.-if! not, the materials comfort elionld of the men .
I Mima can' 'hey Ill enuuo the andtheiluraliHityof time govern
Congress' recommends that three hundred, 'Escambia: lIon. H. B. Hilton of Leon, ''"e1'0: afiaid that: our people\ arc not liaht; for an ungratelul set of aristocrats.You've .- ry rol minus ILc\uhIAIII.11,11 out. accoidiuglo IheFoimsof oeeel" selection and making up of thus uniform. ,.'tl'the

and fifty( thousand) : :additional troops bo or- and a number of others\ for aught wo know, suflicicntly vigilant: in : town of I I got him nnyOW, :and intend, I time Rcg'ihilioiis of time laic U.States, of 1857,and D,' order of tho Governor nnd CommandcrinChlif.
patrolingthe will Culonel to make the above I>. I' HOLLAND,
to letS starve. Let require clch '
nni1.ed, and placed: at tho disposal! : of the! arc announced as fully competent to fill :Monticelio\ ; and fwrioumlingeounlry. Our suppose, its of picture Halpel"J'Vcekh' painting (minis and. report to the Biljmdier-Gcncriilut once l'C, f Adjutant and Innpnetor General

President, in tho event they should: bo required tho position. Wo entertain not a doubt town has: been \'CI'YlllIdl depopulated, by on this'scene try 1O\CI'1 dismiss it without to_: be forwarded. bv,_.tho Hrlgl.n'r.Genclllo tho AdutantQencri'l ..1u Augn-l 10, 181n. 26.} I';

; for senico in tho army. Wo have, ci.; her of the gc'iitlemun named, would. the formation: of the thrse: companies: : of notice, as some of the Uepublii'.m\ : papl'l's': j.'oloucls to Bend.' at 101.11 1llhla..e.." .Qimi hey tern"I III register cause time of -HEAD-QUARTERS OF FLORIDA, I

ut present about two hundred, and ten thousand faithfully and zealously: represent our State 1 volunteers'!, from this county, now in theservice have done, or with the compliment of only limo several uf11! Regiment,,polling forth the TALLAHASSEE, August 1st, 1801. J .

in tho field-which, added to tho reserve ill the councils of the Confederacy, and of' of the Confederate :States:; and! oursupposed a few lines the{ as others imave.Vc: have been lame. ,of rank each, 11ull roinmiiuloiicd e.lml.lon ollioer and In post I tho n"glmeul ofeo ndtIie GENERA ORDERS, No. 12. .

would\ mako an overwhelming army course have not a word to pay to their dis enfeebled condition told that South were to bo starved out, They will order I lime beat companies to .lrl I1A"t T''IIK lt"lalt commanding the, 1stRegiment .
might encourage that was to bo the portion ol of the Regimentlo ,.
hunger tlu. onceln 1 t week', and a battalion t be held Calvary \1 CRU.I
of 1 five hundred and sixty thousand. This \nrngcnl, nl." But as Jefferson! would be t\o
\ tho negtoes: rebellion.,. 'tii her cup :and "slave: inl4ITcetioDs" the onco every two months. Time Brigadier Generalwill I amlll for Inspection Review, at Talla-
is ten per cent of tho,entire white 1 opula-: very much giv.tilicd to IlaIh(' honor boslowod ounce of preventive is worth a pound< of i punishment of her "rebellion." lint sel i- nt the Inspection of eneli .Regiment, ieo that III "l', ollhc 310t day' of Augu nt 10 A. M., wh..1

tion of the Confederate States,or one upon pne of her owii citizens, nnd cure." There should' be nncflcctivc guardout ,, ous as may: bo her ,1iOcuhicl, we have not time new r"turnlofllc"lrength lists prepared arc of tho 1'eglmont They will and drill the \Ih\tffvlllbo the ( 11'"Cel'Illn,1' reviewed. by .iila Excellency -

man tu. every tEn: white people. This, at :as! she can point to genllemou\ who are the night, :and it should continue yet heard of !! women, while timo-Itegimnemit nnd thoroughly correct organize the twine I II. The Lieutenant Colonel commanding wlihltd"3'CAUgO

first ,'ienppears.to bo a very heavy draft! inferior: to none in the Slate, in respect to every or black, beging for 1'00'1 It is about time without delay.III. \ a Repoit to bo made to
o'clock in tho, until o'cl'kin forth the
from 4
t 0) evening wo stopped wasting sympathy upon fat The Captains of each volunteer Company of '\ OCl1Ial 'flllhal.elcltng
upon our .population, but when carefully talent and ability, wo see no reason why and Into actual of tho of the
icr strength
the morning.' The. Justice of tho Pl.'nccflll' and ftlcujj negroes, ahd attend to tho poor CiuvimimsAutH 11rlllrlut OI'IIIZI,1 ne/llcnt of .
roiiMdered will be found should contend for the i.m.-. or I pail of, will, Return-the number, \ nnd condition
entirely practicable. we not posit UiU DiMrict i .T.inicd Ellenwood, Esq., of our own kith and kin.-..V. 1" Jtty forthwith forming I to the Ailjutiunt-Uetiemimi Volult.'cr at Talltfussoe nrmsand accouteriuciits of each Company, pnblla .

The Richmond JJi.*pf/I/I, commenting Either Col. J. ]'allon Anderson or lr T. should see that this: matter is properly attended hook, "llt/i. stntingtho report strength of tho Company.)',, arm" mind pi Iv ate-the amount of ammunition and a r.gle "

upon the matter, !snys that: "it has always I n.! Lamar: wOIIIlmak<, an able and efficient -...S. nllllitol, publin Ild private, and equipment of ter ofthe (itlicere: of anld Beglmcntsetting forth lime
ti>. Too much watchfulness cannot: AXI irs Ruw.suim.-Tlue and of tho inline, rank, date of er-mmKlon and Post Office ad-
: been considered in Kuropc, that a 1 levy Representative: and n.t,1lnstl'o to our glolious TIF\clmY flh ny furlhlhelr 1 I register rank data of'ollll.I""NI di ess of each coimnlsblonod. uflloer.III. -
bc l exercised over our homes at tho present Richmond J&'tniiiicr, of yesterday, says : (>fecl"le\ilg c"luul.lul
of seven cent of the pop"lation'nq ; commonwe lth. They have both held The r..tll'l to bo' mado according to tie
per tinie.V'e hn'o'i1 There is no doubt that tho vilest: treachery 11\1 post ofcllIJn'1
may: tiSlOSCilI person*! Marlaimn will forms of tho Regulations of SaT of the late U. .
entirely, practicable) ; and if this: be so, high and honorable: positions in the civil! I in our mid t, and they could! accomplish' an was practiced Oi tho Mauassas railroad OI'lllllho 11he Severn! companies 111 of Cavalry Dragoons In Went Tho Lli'iil. Colonel commanding will cause thenpce.al.v

hero all- tho labor of tho community i ispei : councils of the Slate and nation, and :aro immense mischief: it : to lU'fcat a junction between the 110! squadrons' or a Regiment: ,and nil) order orders to bo issued to fill all vacancies 'In
amount ot an tpmOr.tuluulty forces'ol Gens. John.sloti and, Ueauregard.: ii in election for Ollicer', to be held llm regflent
'fot mcdby the race from which tho levy now undergoing] tho toils, privations: and FI.1 Irc.dilj InChi.f.
the Governor and Commndcr
) was allowed them. Tintrain conductor, when and charged : to t the militia llws >f the state, ontha t I uld'r
i is made: inticlr'niorc. is it tl'lIl'I hen the hardships\ incident to tho life ,,1'f soldier, ..... with his 8eizeo! to having September, I 18(11.( The commissioned olllccrs will 1. I'. HOLLAND, '

great; bulk of the labor i is dono by a distinct : : under the frowning balllemenls: ot Fort Col. Finncgan'a Legion. I been tampered tl'onOI with by the enemy, and ict; the as In"reclo Adjutant,G oUlectol:11 Tallahassee., and will make rctuiuso Lieut. ('"I. T. l K Adjutant Leonard, Inspector G.ncrl.
race\ f forming no part: of the class: from Pickens. They are honest, faithful: and, capable Wo had time ploasuro" : of[ meeting with to have received the sum of eight hundred V. Capt Ow ens of Ilia Dragoons will cause nil Cavilry Commanding lat It"gCIIII.. y.

which tho conscription\ ii taken. It' maybe -and zea'ous' patriots: bat t Icing for dollars: to contrive to defeat tho union of companies," of I the lJi: "t to bo orgnnized I Intoqimdriiiisaud AIat, 10. I IKrtl. SOUHEADQUARTERS
Col. Joseph I'inni'gan, of 1'ornandiu.i: : in forces. So ho reached Manas- Regiment* and order an dI'1 fur
onr soon as
assumed: therefore\ with perfect safety: a holy and righteous cause.: Florida: could 011tOWII mi last Sunday.: Ho wa directfrom sis: ho was tried, and ordered by GeneralHcanrcgird Field Olll.jcrs to bit held aceoidingto the MilitiaUwsof OF FLORIDA, I
that the South five hundred ands not bestow honor \ this State,on the let day HI'teml'I', 18 TALLAIIASSKI-: August I 1st, 1801. \
can biing upon-more worthy sons.! .
i is such
to bo shot. It .
(" lliclimond,and informs in that bo is authoriort only by 61. JTlic c"mml..lolc,1 omc.1 will .
xty thousand men into tho field, without But how is this: canvass to bo conducted ? : by tho War Department\ to raise: stern and severe examples: that tl'enSOI can tln.Klection, and will make returns to the Adjii- l'ereotis Armsofuuy, character tohiiiiflng -

}perceptibly embarrassing her agriculture i Aro we to hare: r ""el'hl! l'nco"c'I'y manJook : ol loridians for lie put down, and our soldiers preserved lanl-Uencral a( 'fmiiiuhuiic.VI. ". ALL to havlll| ', nut, In use Volunteer,
I I II immediately: a Legion : service officers commanding companies of mutinied
or her industry of any sort. She may spare\,: :after( his: own laurels: -or have a nom from* Vlestruclion. Our informant 'learned Al imineJiiilrtiivpoi t tho for thonurpono ('onipanles, will deliver them to time State anthortlm .
in "lrghmhi.Vu hope' time number of companies -
I m"1 wi
visitation .
that time like .
same d.iy: a stel nsln nt oner.Those
ination Convention of from hquadionsor Regiment,
his of soldiers from her (
Dumber 1 \ popnla-\ by a delegates oforganlzlir.
troops required will ho made: forthwith\ ol'jiislicc was melcd out to n recreant this order directed : thoM) west of Apalaehleoja. to In the vicinity Tnnipa to John Dal'lnl: .
tion.-and still raise five millions of bales of the counties composing\ the First Vibll let ? and the Legion: bo organi/ed: ; for wo arc Georgian: caught in the act of piloting the Captain Smith at MIIIIIII Thine PIt of the Su- Th"1 In the vicinity of !t Augustine Q *

cotton, worth two hundred. and! fifty millions If the latter plan: i is. to be adopted\ there is : enemy I in their ,march on our lines.Mr. waneo River to ('mu 1t' .Owens nt Hcinlngton.VII. tiunehet;
tint nnder the Th In tho of to Col. W il-
sanguine: : leadership"fcf: so Tho .Generals i-hurges ".. \lulnily Jael.ol\ld
of dollars, her usual complement oftolaeo1iico no time to bo lost. A Convention, irrespective experienced! a military: officer! as Co[. 1having '., ,. J. M. Thompson, a member of tho 1011 preferred Brigadier, and /court Mai' wi called CHUM', for tho hUI I II. I lliukiiinn j jThiMo ,
and and cereal of all old lines Washington Light Inhntry, accounts for ollieer who f.ilU to neglectsto in theleliilty of Apalaehleolu.ll. K Sim-
sugar: : crops part Ill'pem'lto \I to served} number 01''cal'! in the trlll ofniiy cuml.r -
( : made tho noun ;
en Hampton the hpr
severe 'form of
anti ,ieitJ, : rin I addition, more than sufficient bo the only \proper, \, manner .o conduct the !pel any "lllrl Ithll To be forwarded to Lieut. Col. II. V. Snell. Chief ,
U. :S.; army,) it will do good hervico and Legion in tho battle: of Manassas\ : !: from time order, for t the pnrpoao of(placing (lit Militia Ihl
for home consumption.' If the worst should business and all manner: of juggle StaIn In "f O.IIAnce nt 'lllh".I.-I.J all per"nl In
\ prevent : add l.turcls: to the State from whence it cm fact: that a Cuemiima'i who sold them milk alllh.etil..I.htl"u.11 of I nll ,1'0.lelti.led! ,
conic to the worst, slio could even add four ry. It will be necessaryto: hold a Convention mate*. while in camp at I Uiclimond, went over to \I 1. Colonel btrteteoinpliance of ,Itegliiients with' are t e.'III'III'gId H'I".t"l In I Iho nuns. .(',. Sncll.Mv wIl

per cent. more to thc'nrmy ratio, raising to nominate Electors President, and CIII. Finnegan: :nlao\ informed! that the 1 the enemy, and: pointed them out as Carrdiimiaiii. Iy\\h I of the Governor al11 Ill.C"tllll.1"111 01,1..1. Chlt'f.11',1.1 wf thin ('''1'1'1n,1 1' IIOLLAXD comnmnder-tn, *

her force to on<'.sevchth the whitc.populition Vice President, and the whole business! can: Ho was caught, and with three Cld. 1). I' lILLXI.A.ljllalt Adjutant I.! Inspector O.neral.Agu.t .
I War department' will immediately: dispatch others shot order of (Jeim. JJeaure- and
was: by Iiinpcctor ICI'1 '
and of hundred. bo finished at one time. Of course everybody 10. 1801. 2li 1
adding a reserve two up\ four more 33 .pOllnc1llmS t.. }Fernaiidina, gard : AngnotlOlli' 18U1. 213ItlleaduarIcrs

mid twenty thousand troops to tho ten percent I concedes that Jeff. Davis is the and I wo of the KUIIIO calibre; arc to bo removed olllo\ltr. __ Sale of Public Lands l

conscription.The thing is not only man fur President, but still ho must bo THE FII>CIAI. Loss. A letter from Alexandria r of Florida i iTALLAHASSEE .'t-
from, Apalacliicola: to tho same place, } the fieo. Line.
elected to and Ifho says : Adjacent Boundary
feasible but facile. accoiding usage legally.
which will lumu-umisim often
was not, lie is too high and honorable battery guns- Time stnlclent. of the Associated Prcs' in Atrcubr IST, 1801. j NJl1I'i': |I" hereby given that on Friday.. the 4th
Yea, and the Diopatch might have added touJl abundant ly suflicicnt to protect Fcrimndina regard to tho intelligence brought fromManaisas General Or Iern, JVo. O. October next, I w'.ll offer ("I sale at

if the emergency should demand it, at n gentleman to accept the \position., against: any forco brought to bear ngaiust Station by Mr. IJirch., is totally: addition to the hl,21.1. mmcd And 4th Regiments public auction, In my office at TiilluliaM, all the

least one bundled thonstIH1ncg'I'0: men can What say the \people\ to a Convention it. An cxpeiienced engineer will accompany dillcrcnt from the sta'emcnts! mado til): IN of Floiid.i Volunteers, filM fur the t-m-t ice ut lying vncant *urvr\ed, lamb II''the Hue fractional between I Florida Township and s.
'the Confederate ,Slatex, and I in addition to tho ul""III. boundary
What the 1'1'CSS0 ? by that gentleman I lie stated
'the say city )'csIlI'ly on time day lad, belonifnl -
bo spared\, /rom cotton fields: of the the to bo forwarded fiumVir- < for scrvieo Georgia \ I1lh January
guns during
....-i. i up to tho timo ho leit, tho I al.lllro luW bring, "li80.1 to the United Stain of Ainerha.'J'i .
:South:; who arc determined, true to their ii. the War and or.I're.II"I" tho C'linip of' 1 Infirm lion : .
;\ War 'IVcw*. gin Confe,1ellclll\1: buried near 10,000 of the The several Companies, heretofore urguuUcdunder :'rm* C'a /.-Xotlili)g received lu 1 payment for
masters for battle, and would kill In addition to tho Federal dead killed at and that said land exeeiit gold and kilver coin und the bill
eager foregoing importanthcnice DII 111, the 2iid: and 2 llh I Sections of an Act orgnu- bunL.
solvent Minimum dollar and
Yankees with a better spirit thai they pick Since tho battle of Manassc: : !, there has: rendered tho State by Col. Fimic- the force of tho 500 in U'rgtho Military forces of this htut, .Ippr,1J'elrulry tvv.."t.b' lerumre.I'ur.oimo.le.tiing price ono .

cotton. In fact we are of the opinion, been dcarlli in the item of ,number, had been engaged: for a week in 14th 18ul, all hcin<; now ..cuniphtcd I "ii toluic-lmmmneare fret-lolly notified
\ a complete\ warmien's. glum, he is nutlioii/otl to jnthel'11': : a suilicicnt ol vani/cd into Jttgiuimi-imta uf I Inhiiitry.II. .
tho burial oltl.cse unfortunate men, and lfe that this udverthM'iueiit does not relate land
"S.uuLo".b.hould have: a place in the picture None of the movements of the army number of the old U. S. Hint and had not yet finished tho work. This but Tlio following Companies will compose the grunted to the State for the teeny '4

at all\ hazards. It is for their present and since tho \iclory, has been disclosed, steel mubkcls, to arm his: Legion, and have: confirms tho statement of a reliable gentle ,hat 1 ReglinentStute Guards(hlrI.-dipt.: C M. He"hlll.or Internal !urpilofebU1. 1;

future happiness: principally\ tho presentwar and! everything; is shrouded) in mystery.The .- them converted into percussion cap locks! at man who reached hero on Thursday last, 2 Ar.cnll Itiver True "-' H. M.H.I'i8 HII'II.roughi; ; lud Ov erflow. ed Lund. lll'GIIA. CORLEV, .:'

is being waged, aud they should sharein Richmond papers: arc silent as to what the C'h.ittahoochee: Ar'scnal; :at time expenseof smut stated: that up to that: timo 7,300 of the- 3 J.\.kol Iiluck II, \ka-t'u1.t. Heur1''I'e ; KegUter: of 1'ul.lio Lund, "

the struggle. An army of one hundred\ is Iranspi\ ing, but occasionally throw out the Confederate States Government. I ietel.ll1cal1 I.a. been.p buried.. 4/Chi/oIIIJidel'llt'.Iel'I'liIArJ/ +ult.S.W.M.T.Attn Grvgoly mi\;; Aug-t 10, 18)11.) 2 -fur the tate 4 ot rlorida.
thousand slaves; sacking the towns of Pennsylvania hints that another decisive blow I Animus !dv.tihi.ter;
indicating Wo believe that: Col. J" visited llich- A CowAii COLON Kt.-A Colonel jof a : tuug"I'aIII i

and the great city of Philadelphia, will cro long bo struck by our heroic Generals mond at his: own expense, and conferred Western Kcgiment, it i is: currently reported, 7 8 Milton Walton Seoul*-Cupt. A. Ik J.MiCui-Lill KIiiees-:; JoO.SOn.: G'ads,

and dealing vengeance to the fanatics who Bcauri-gard: and Johnson. No doubt with the Confederate authorities! as :a private left his men on tho time field, jumped into :'a 9Uovernor'Ciimrd-. Lawsou Duiilcl; Attention : .-'
would dishonor their and private Carriage, drew his revolver 10 Holmes'Guards -.Cupt., Samuel J.JiUrjiilham.III. "V7 OU ordered to rarM.lo "J
masters deprive\ our army at Manasses\ : has been greatly increased citizen, stilt ho has done more fur the upon are ou your '
the driver, then commanded him to The Clpluln of tlm several Compnnb-s coiupo 1. Ground Saturday, nth .
them of their property, would strike ter. .since the battle of the 21st and of Florida than could have been nut e arI'elr .
interest drive on, leaving behind those xv'ho! had hired Ing the 14 Regimunt Slate iiiurds, will hold Instant, at 10 l'dok. ', Rifles and blank
ror to tho hearts of tho enemy, as well\ as are preparing for another struggle ; but at accomplished by :dozen noisy: politicians, the coach. Upon being interrogatedat un Ileciul for ODD C"lolel. one Lieutenant' Colonel cartridge and Sabres, tor drill.By "
ald one Major fur said Regiment, on thoh' or Jerof John Lieutenant commanding *
open the eyes ot Christendom and force it i what point, we will remain in i ignoroncc deputized by the Governor. Fail-lax as: to where his regiment was, \t"ICld ((22nd) day of Algu.t.18tl.ut IholrIHrl thler. B. TAYLOR O.

to take a common sense view of what Southern until! its result is known. "A wise: commander .I. i.- tho brave Colonel informed his friend that Company Mu.ter OiounJi. polls will August 101.. 1801 29D038OLUTOON t

slavery) really is. his counsel and The (Florida) Virginia he supposed] they had "all gone to h-11" bu 0iened| lit 9 u. IU und eloMi lit 5 I'. in., uulis '
: keeps own most R.egment
the w hole have voted before that hour. .1
I General :Scott:; is beyond descriptionat D GF
t Everything is not honorable in warfare ; certainly Beauregard i ijl acting upon tlJ /JprincilM. We understand that upon the arrival of the conduct ot pained the officers in act The as Cmnll1u J midicetiun Ollicers of,CUI1NInle will wlil ax't:1.orEsb.i1: : :,. :

but when dealing with an enemy who man In all the cities and towns of tbs Regiment at Richmond], one hundred of our l rces. COl13U. forward Inspectors the returns to the Adjutant Genera) at 'LIE Copartnership! In the Practice of Medicine, .

Heats a disposition to practice the most bar. Virginia, the people are kept in a continual and nine were bick with dysentery-caused .. i. i '"lahuo. without delay ; and, will send a dupli J- heretofore cxibting between the undersigned.. t
barous cruelties, and act directly in contra fever of excitement, by reports. The by the immense amount of fruit they cat O.VEOFTIIE JEFF. DAVIS'. PmZl1 Burnt. "failure of the by returns the following reaching mail the to Adjutant prevent(Gen any 1'ALMElt unJerthenallandI.I.f, U dUaolved' by Dr.Doctors Palmer's' TAYLUR going ,

distinction all honorable rules of ] We learn that a schooner which had been eral. as of tho 2nd Florida t.
to war, we Petersburg JZepresa of'Saturday; says : I along the route. Tho next morning after Virginia Surgeon Uegim
capture by the Jeff: Davit attempted to Bald election ln-ld strictly according to The diwolutiou to effect from the lit of January
think the time has come when reta1iitioo'ismaJe : As regards the army of the Petomac, their arrival, one man was found dead iu go into Fernaudinu ou Monday last, and the :Iitll laws. wil.o.State.IV lu-it Dr. Taylor t.k U authorized to collect the

a uce ssity. Look at the advance of reports were current! that General Johnston 'I. his tent. i was run ashore on the beach about mile following C'ouipanUs will compos .the Notes and Account due to the late n'rra ; amid tbo .

the ,'Grand Union Army" on )!anasS3s- with 30,000 n en, had crossed] over to thellar'lawl 3Ir HIS cll, ono of the two .uon from tho town. She was chased sonic distance 2nd Regiment of State Guard. indebted are eurueatly reqeestad tel on Limo anJ _'. :.

carrying) with it 30,000 hand cuds to enslave \ side, and was at Hagrrstown, ed killed ou the cars! near Weldon, report N. Cit .I by the Lincolu fleet, w ho fired into 1 2 Ivassau Aucillu G uardo."t-Capt ::John [Raysor; I p"ythelrduela.weoee ut> thebuaiueuof the firm moaeyanJwlh\o.i'atn ,
advancing towards Washington.Gen.. her number of times: before she grounded E D.1'r.ey W, TAYLOE.T. .
8 Baker Guards
prisoners, and an immense number of with is thought will recover fioin his: injuries. I -Cnpt. ;
Ceauregard:\ probably 40,000 troopswas ou the beach. As soon as possible after 4 New River Gunrda-Capt. W, .,1 PALMERMonttcillo -
baiters ,"to hang patriots, whom they are la j\ng seige Arlington leights. Of He received a very s'creoun upon the. she touched she was abandoned by her 6Shell Point Rair't-r- Capt. E. J.I'rent. ; ; August Bin, 1801. 21.10

pleased to designate "traitors"-"traitors" course, conjectures respecting: time, stale of head. The other was instantly killed. prize crew, with their prisoners. Subsequently GNu Home Guards- C"It Nathan Wilds,

whose only offence is, they aro defending feeling in 'V asllin ton were varied and 4 i i time Lincoln fleet bent men in small .Oclmtwghmii' Ranger*- W. I'enni; INSOLVENT ESTATE NOTICE. .

with their lives'the land that gave them plentiful, the probable effect of so largo an 1 AUXT UEIFEY."-Amongst the ordnance boats, who set her on fire and burned her 8 Orange Rangers Creek (Juardo.-Cumpt..-Capt. Ileiijau' A. P.U.Laue Mot ; S'fT: Of FLORIDA. 41ESRY K1RKLAND.
army in Maryland would be tremendous. captured by our troops, at JIanassas, \Le.y ; r_ County, j f administrator of the e. '
birth, and I ho homes that shelter their fam. up. Perry Itlogen.I.t N. A Hull tV tate ofJauies L lute of Jefferson
From the Peninsular we heard that was ono old piece of heavy caliber, Kikln CUt
We have not been able to learn tho name The the ieverabCuunpane. deceased, th. ,
jlies, from the desecration and of a News had been which the Lincoln soldiers had Cptuloilf. eom baring tledlu l'uLt. Otl.
outrage Newport evacuated the
by dubed of tho schooner, but understand that she |Ki>ing vf State Guard will bole tea sug eslloa of said
tyrant What a warning this is to Southerhpatriotsl Bullet's forces, ]50 negroes 10 of the 18 M Aunt Uetsey." This favotte old gun was from South America, and was loaded aa election for one Cul"oe.oue Lieutenant Coloneland James L Kirkland to be klee te.hlte .

What a powerful incentiveto cannon the enemy hid mounted there cap. wa ordered to 1 & day or with hides and copper.-Sao. .NisCd. second tame Major for .IJ .jcgmeot on the twenty I Therefore, notice 1* hereby given to all person
tured. That had been since and it the streets ((2ul) day of at their several, having claims against tlieuij entate to appear sail
strike Hampton reoccupied two as passed along *.es .
manfully "for liberty or death .1" 1 Company Mu.ter GruudaTk. polls will be file the same "ith the Judge of Probate said
by our forces, and the Federalists been in Richmond, one of the wounded Hessians: A Fort Pickens corre"pondent of at 9 aud ,
If die "Union army" had been successful I opened .11. ehoaa at t p. ni., unless the County on 01 before the third day of February f ,
.Iriven er.tircly off the Peninsular. We : to raise his head and discover whole have Det
happened time New YOlk that jtdnmiraiMime Company voted before that hour. ,ben there ,U1 be a distribution If "
in its march upon Richmond, hundreds of' visited: the Oily Point train when it arrived lug the old gun, exclaimed :" I will b d-d 1'me says The Comuilwiooed Officer of Companies "I act fund belonging to pronl the creditor .
ofthe British fleet off ea\1
good and true statesmen and heroes, would' but could hear no confirmation of this it'tbey glut got Aunt lit-tscy, too. Pcnsacola, as Inspectors of said II\Lon. and they forward thereof; aud at among lea ,
the'death It is certain however that ..4l wrote to his government on time 2d of June the returns to Adjutant General at Tallahassee KirkUud will apply for Li. discharge from .1
have suffered of news. heavy
common fellons. without
delay aud will send a duplicatereturn miuUtratioa vf
BUT Manassas ; suijesUU.
PXE OnD R-A : dispatch
last that the blockade of the SouAern
in the direction
has been ,
firing going on
by the
following mail to failure
The enemy have thus inaugurated a plan to Nashville President Davis armed prevent any M. IL STRAI3T.
) of News within the lasttwodays says "' effective and! of the returns reaching that officer.
Newport ports by no men- August ((6m)
of warfare: (which U at variance with civil but the cause: i is: not ascertained. We may on the field at noon on Sunday, and gave tioued several 8 facts meals to Lid bald eleutioo will be held strict ly according to the 8.161. Judgeflrbt.

zaiion,) and they !have no right to complain probably hear something from that but one order: "Forward my brave columns prove statements. Militia Uws IUhiSte. c. u. FIfe
quarterto forward!I" The same 'leut states that Admiral ,VL'The the Act provide "That
if The effect was electric. correspon ttla P OMMISSIOSEBfor Car.lina to take aeJ ,
dealt i
with in
they Are a correspou- day. The toi tune of the, day was The Mime will soon have under his commanda aald Regiments organised immediately, but \ knowUdgnieutsaad proofs Deed and ilart .j
ding! mau'iert It ;uill' bo the most rpeedyminner In reference to the movements' of our brave fellows tedJed fleet of their pay shall not commence until they are ordered gaze on Lsndi, >kc. Jadauur oaths or affirmation, ';
swept ) thirty.fiveSI.*, manned actual service which ball u.fvr 1
lat Inle take
to terminate the war, Carry fir? troops In the West, it is altogether imroa-I them, by come three thousand five hundred ,raea 1& lol h. Holes* sooner diah"eTh"r en wUltcl' aa ,d'ptip..0., Hi. 4 T 1J5' ,


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; WicxKENAn: Jnly 23. 1801. .+- Ii1. 1 Southern Confederacy m mr Jl'' ia ay iiiw v j 1E Am1LIm @E:)

I!. H. PiLora, ESQ. t Dear Sir-The cAll CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF .: Moiitlccllo :sc." ,
log of the }tiOes" into active service, hasmade I nr We ire autliorlted lo'lI ftOllnCp VALKJfOAND1DATK .'I ; :MCST AND WILT :coooo---: : : : : ;. '

quite a stir among ns. Capt. Girar-, TINE CLEM I silo Candidas rot Sheriff Jbf Jeffw- \W., MrsHUMPHREY8 PROPRIETOR 3>rO T .d.R X'XI_ ..rtl
dean was present at tho Examination of ton County at the election to be IlaIn'tIcWbcr .- ---- 33 33 Pa.mmlThe : h .

'" our Academy on Friday, and made a pa- nexL H AVISO rtJRCIIASEI\ TilE A OV"fe "

; : triotto address to our young men, and seventeen FOR'SIIE1tIFF.t Hotel of Col. KljcVburn, 1 wl'lbo 1 0111" Ta flH.of Twenty-four percent "
leaacdtoPiecetl II.
in all have joined the Hide CompaBy We Are authorized. to-iannonnee JOIN! 0WIU'OnD ( to i( continued., +elaitronngeitcretoforeexended Illnaho bought'.obit of T. J. C1IA0E &: MSDEALERS >

-most of them young, able-bodied, vigorous nt the a< *election Can.lldate In October forttSheriff next.of Jcffer m new f\ll'n\lII'C.\ which! \\ill ".}.I to the comfort and A W1EDj ,
times County convenience i'f .
and determined. So short a mygaeete.My I r table\ will ninny.be .

was given for preparation that none could CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF. Maieh2nhI8de'upplied with the beat the nmikrtcan atTord. Hy Calling at the New Store just opened. Iv----- .

"c have got ready hid not the ladies kindlyoffered E3P\V Are nuthoritcd and reqnoMeJ Announce ly "8 this l .
their n istmico to fit us out ; and T. JI. HURST ns A Candidate 1..1'l Sheriff of Jc.loron "FLORIDA. HOUSE." :Spring. by ,

.early on Monday, morning a busy companyof County at the election Ot"ber "..:.:t. MONi1C1>:i.LO, FLORIDA.
thirty or forty of them had assembled, 8TIii
Propristor. ;
all in devising
and, were actively engaged day, CT Mt. DAVID \VALKEll U n-pectfiilly\ An .
and carrying out plans for our comfort nonncelan andidatehrtheofiiceutl'ux-;: tllrtnr\ rplIIS Hnn<*l*tll! );opt open Coil heaceomunnlsj' .
of Joffor$ m County, at the elei'tim t<> be hn.I'In JL lion nf IVrm.inciit" nn trident loi.rdfi,
+- while deprived of the privileges of mil the -- HARDWARE GROCERIES &c.
October next. r.t'R 1F. \1O.NDIJHn :\. pmjirleti.r re'|ieel fully "liells" nnhnieofmlon.i.r .
borne. And the citizens have been equally | ( ; ". C3fN nci-onnte will bo kept during'' OHIKCT: of tfiis publication U'to Infonn the
in supplying deficiencies that ; K01S CLK15K.We : the\) "re'fOnt yr.it ns It la inipituible\ to Veep tip n log]
existed generous in our wardrobes any; and some have tT re uthorlrcd, to announce V. 11. ELLH tijl mi the cicilit dvtcni.' public tl.it it will lie grt'i.ly ,to their Interest to HVIontioolloT.: : ; .. II. .. .. to. II. II. .. . II. "P10r1.d.n"
.1 nnnr}'.IIi.h. isttl. 47lyjsWAD1SOX trade v.i'li ue, IM-.1I'" been entirely fitted out by their liberality. a< a candidate for Clerk *>f the Circuit Court of r*

s It is very encouraging for those who aru Jefferson Countyat.tlie clcction. /he had in Octcv t I.I Chni'K' i-ii,ami Xo Tn.lIi Iwi been iuAwlo\ \ fm-rn ________ __ _ ___ __ h _
:, about to leave homo for their country's bet;;iisxU [ 'l/Q-) nlD1!) [}{J lJ (ill !E:)I rrprkt. OnruLockeutbrnersrllihelnlcatetylesof'TL : \

t service, to find themselves thus supported ) FumlDA lPLfE &b W LigW,: J. CIIACE A POX r..rr HlIlh.lnrllrm tho public that they hare, received their full dock of
t by those they leave behind them, nnd sure. .Business Cards.. JOHN MILLtB: .!?S?1. Promictor! NIRIVU: A. SC.HM KIS
tw ly nothing will incite them more to brave ISX()WHOl'EXtotli; .4 publicnd the Pro DltJSSS GOhS\ Our (loodi+ hnve been carefully ,nelectcJ and ,,1111,1' gold\ nt \TRICKS: that will not failp,, give !8ATISFACTIOX :\ : -
J. B. COLLINS (' re p<>ct fully JCi tadeitea! share of put : lu the most careful purchaser. respectfully solicit an examination; fceliuir mnirutnc that+
remembrance of has
nil that
than tho
acts result In of the custom of the citizens of Jefferson and ,
it will adjacent coiriticn,
rountfc.: tTI Jlie l Unii'cis fituatet I on the Mrcetleading our receiving a portion
,, been done for them-and of llio kindness ... AGE:>". :/on from the pulilic square to the' Railroad depot Iieady:Made Clothing: :.,' ..
-11OCR -
ot heart and willingness, of spirit! that hast November 17lSUO\ < 40-' '*"*' -


feel assured that whatever may happen they) OF MONTGOMERY, P1.onso n. n 'l-'Th1.s, Of every Jescription' fir. ladies. (kits, Uojs and
will alwnIlnect. uith home .y. Lnc1.1os';
Arc pfcpnrel 1 tu ;inlio\ FIIO JUst! pt'ihc: usi'ol met[ The Great Muiillicru ; I Children i
et while in the of Snrntopn
they arc *
ak discharge duty ; Che, and if God should! so will that they fall, 'c C....I..1 l MiM-. .. .. ...i.-iiirtiio WHITE.w Bonnets, Hals, Ladies': ( MUW: fil1I1Chilhcn'i :
Fn they will not fall unwept or unhono'rcJ.On Eo 11. METC.tLr.' :Secy. I \V. C. DIP.I5.1'resV THE

Sunday 'Rev. Sir.\ Yates, in the course :'I.mh 9. 15.11. 41 ly S 1D1JpJ1lJ]! ;] [JRlt1Si ( : hats ; Fancy Silks 5Jaconets ; French, English: :and American: Prints;

'l' of his sermon, made somecry feeling! remarks :1\1 iViiitiW,,: :lif ./. /., '.oil nj.}.'O'.Y: end I'lnlintlniri'! Hardware, Cutlery ( Edge! Tools. and Law ns ; Plaid trod\ Check Ginzhnnis ;

; suggested; by tho ,paitilulkseperaXlofis John : : Palmer, Creel i, in 1-!,''',' C-Mi"'if J"i'i!> i* rijinlleil Of deec Grenadines! ; Wliitc and Colored :Marseilles\ ;,

'' which must take pi fee\ bj tho[I dqiar-1 -Dealer In- /I.f' fI'.'.."". '''' fr9 none **fj'P..11i.r..1II. every er'tlim| ; Ueregcs ; Plain: Striked mill Chccked Linens ;

lure of our little band ; many an 'eye unused IJtOVISIO:1S:11): : UKOCKKIIX, i.ie,' !M I.'.. .< "lhrrnxric4.tl"u' ail Goods Linen Goods of ik-swip-lion & '.
... Fancy ; every ,
co'Vi :.' AVii'o/s / : ,.
> )'vr
; f', (/c '
c to xvceping was moist with tears, and M. JNzfddC)) : :LL? ;if'1. A.Jnnmtry > r
the kind words of counsel! given to those r,', Jico-ii'j, Jlii'jifiiiiia, Jot.TI1I OlWOll.h'aY.fX GLASS 1l1JJZAnd corroxADKs./ I'!.) 11)5 AXD STRIPES. ricKixo.Arnnx CHUCKS, n1.i.IC11EDAVD
5.h,1sd1, 0j/ if '* Knb'ribc'r" ((4 running n ? nnon'ir fHWKsnvH. I.LV}'.\" .t XI) cnrrnx SlIfo.'HTIXIRISIl
'about .depart, suggested! many firm and ('''iii nitnble. Two llnr.p .J: '' furuL bee n tnriety of Ln j4 good resolves inlho. hearts of the young Fresh Xjiine.Made Book\ from l Slut iuu Xo. 5. oil the /'" JIf
.inrn pre8?nt. \IVn<.iiM.lii it Gco.':,(i.i I'nilriiiid: ; to anti, Spring: -, W3 ir&: @t). D .AND! > :: : ; of Every ny rl'il'tilI.'

And now, you must look fur another to e in Je erson CountY Flab take n week\ '.Itn'; the lutfuunblondnrand
Thiirvluv,, ovcnln'i-i I midvill l take Site Jaconet Dimity and Linen U.iml Dress Tvu-eSets-
cliroiiicle tho events of our dear quiet little ) i |pa"i'nji'rsto I hit' : ; Trimmings ; : :: ;

fit. village, for your correspondent/, leaves: today ul..I..I"I..1( : l keep*. eon.t..nily i..IH\I"II.II 1 sgownLire e liuti'i'tinnl, tit lit, mill's amt mi tlit-ir tin-in t "n thtnui}'. entertain! h the.llii'in for .Con'i i.t irgli: part of. ..
::; enrrv, ; to :Spiiu-f*
; of tVe-h 1 hue, ,nIl 1 \\ ill f.'irwarl 1 the tame : Mantillas S Skirts and #
with the''Rifles. tho Hoop Corsets in
Y Y1r hear from him at Fcrnandina YOI1I11pCl'h:1pq, if any events[ per,. I lilro.i'1.: t1 '. t" any ,nvuwlblu point, u'\ very rca'M'1el on' next. He day nuuldtesprrtfnllyeolieitnlit;; lemming \\"rIIIt'1J.1\'s nodS11dudltv' i.ii .TACONIi5,1iain anti PiinUMl ; great variety y 1 j ,
me.1'yotrr.i' .
of importance transpire : ire.+odtoInnatMnhiwlloFlnrtdad ;lu'tiniiiigo.; Fare through;; tlis, Towel Napkins' and J 1)ql; I.s ; Birds Eye and IInckiilmuk Diaper ;
\ U: K.
; Dear friends whom wo !leave tit home, the ,,11I1'"eein, """,'..Utll''ll". Juno 1 jih: 15(51.( : :Sin: OHGAKDIICS: ;: Oil Uloth and! Table CoNers, English: nnd, Anierk-mi: Hosiery.FliriKISIIlIG : .
Wankeenah delegation in the! "llillc1 fully JOIN M. UAYSOR.frtii : :.
narvOtli, I 61. flMf 1'uir'1Yaruiu : LA \
a ) appreciate kindness! and
your sympathy, liwiiTF := -: :=':-:7: ----c:::=-- =
x nnd wherever we go, will strive to do our D. J. IJIJKSi .VS are hereby cwi.med. nmlnst: + rtitlinj 11RIL1JANTS, .
Taylor 111 lip'p.iO"i 1I"
m or ii|""n 1 t.-aet of hindknovMiusJho
duty and merit. your approbation \ "Walker 1'l.iec." I 111111 .1"lt'I'IIII",1,I \Vilha few 1'nllc usf-
.. sn J ;oE. OOMM3SSOON}) ] ; 11'/1 [PI {)M'NI=r to prnwiilenny' and cveiy pers'.u I, found tre paMinu(' ; : ? 1

.. ... -A N )- upon ",,111.11I,1 1 : You must not expect to C.'t woodlthoutpnjIn" GOODS
IF Al1'J J1r IID 1B IE
the for it.
+ Correspondence FnmilyFriend. \\ II. K. WALKLR.M.ncli :. .
f &R. EDITOR :=:; Ail inquiry' is! made in Receiving: and htawdrt''na: Agent, I e lillli+, 18(11.( CtfJOlSOcCANN&CUTnT .

y nr last publication: "wlieUior any society PERNANDIWA. FLA.A SILKS Of every kind, such ns Broad Cloth, Crt: +sinicre, .Shirts; :Silk; 3fei' rio nml! Cotton Un,1l'r.

tor furnishing: the soldiers of Jefferson Cu. [ :-5hil'tslltlll Drawers, Scurfs Ties, Pocket Ilundkoruhiorii;, Gloves', :Snspoiidcrs, itc., Ac.Untrinunc'il .
with assistance in :: oiit Charliulon Dilyli.teoSteamer.:: For S nIX 0 AND: SUMMKU with
'vff making up their clothing, I'ebru.iry+ :23!:t. ISill., 2-ly J5oiun't:<:, lloticlte( *, FlowerHiMmii' "; ttc',
for service "
exists. !SC'CIiSSORS: TO

It gives ns great pleasure' to inform the LJ.WIt: F. uorx. GIO.: s. ROUX. JOHNSON: BIRD .\; co. minings :.Boot nucl Slioej- JiJvory description.;

enquirer,"that in June last, through the medium Uoux & Co. To. suit. All the wnnls
"t tu
of -PEAl.liK.S IX- in ii'liniriibly adapted\ YANKEE XOTIOXlIch'a':; Button, Brushes Conib<;Tnies| : Toyo, Fancy: Sumps: ,

by'a' few your ladies paper of Monticello, an appeal, to was tho made putriotisrn : ,- Receiving and F Forwarding Agents Dry GOf.100Fa'y. and! Dro-ss' fiooiU, of. Till a futid.onspnLlie stock was |\iurchaMVHKK Colognes, Hair Oils, 1'tuicyArlicles, Pens, IVncil.s, Cards: to.

a and liberality of tho ladies of J etii\!r.I (Ol-'tlii'ijf.' [Iar jsvareGr..eeeies
: + I, 0V VPri: UKCKXT: TA1MK1- Wood and Willow Ware Hardware Tin Ware Trunks
sorj county, in behalf of the wants Rl1lcOIDf -A XI)- cutlery, Crockery s
General l Commi-.,ion Crockery, (Jhnnwaro\ \ [B"ot"{ "ra.I,, ,
Merchantroriiiiiidiiiu ,, .
q rt. of! our volunteers, which met with -", ., nl1I.1I1 ft a ill rout i IUJI" nil llint llioprii't'i "<
"'- very general sympathy. Flu' Shoes I, ilat.Caps. { Books, will) mitoii 'any nrtlclo bo nmrc- thin n it bin Lien I GLASS \VAUK. X.\tr:. :-\.\\lIr.lmnmUEI.I.I.. AVAI.Kt.Vf! STICKSAV.

ei 'lhcunavoidable absence of these. ladies, { "Speet.ilnltenlion given, lolhu t ,nab' of Colloid Stationery, Watchos, ..I.IIIII..rc. before., J. U. ClII.J.IX-\: .. will iil-iii \keep; on, h indii n"II"r.lls"I'i'I.\' "i
who pledged themselves! "with tho astistnnco Mo<, Hblet anu I'roill'ee ';enei.illy., Jewelry ite. itc. MUI1t1..t.II""I'! I211.u ISi'.l.Soiilliciu I C'ruclii-r: *. fickle', Preserves, Spl.l".PI..r, Snlt, (Hn "r. Snip, Fiviili'' IVai.ie| ., \fine AppK", '1'.11'.11.-, :
of others to' make contributions tr Cot Io., and it her merchaiu'di:! forwardedrebruary -- ------ Sil'inin li>li-it.'i"i, tly't.'isiiii' 1 ISi-diim.t ... in can, <, to ether with! the lurjeit mipplv(, ol Ihu \arbni "bliindtm
':the to wl.h "IIro dud di.nalch': Miuiiieello: ) April,," ISIi I. 6-1'If .Miiiiut'ai-liiroil < available
r cause during of June --- lio't di'
apart :21",18J1.!!! 2.ly; PIiiuLrINciivedIn a few il.iyl\ direct fniin. the M'rv 'erlptlon.'
'4 nnd July, delayed the association! : in carry. -- -- Iivory Stcxlolo, I Columbia Mills,South CaroHim) n lot of jf' ;C I'Oll; Till; l>fj V\Tiil: : -\\ \' laidinostuckitGENER.11.1'f..tX'f.1'fl0\SL'I'1'i.IEi; ; .
ing out its first intention till the All- MOXTICELLO\ . t35 Feeliugcnnlidcutthatuurpriceschit\ nutftiltogitaeottsfuctiuue )I
a. 1st ot L. DOZIICt: JAMBS 1? IIKOOMH.L. FLORIDA. MiLiTAitY ononn. jn.iyn. sntpx. os : ire'|MH-lfiilIv aulitdtputrnuage' ''
1 gust; 'when a largo number of ladies met JTAISVIUMxt\ > r.t/.vx, Give J IHII trial.April : r. J. Cli.lt'i.t\ : SO.N>.
In Dozier & Co., II. K.11'IULIl4ltIPI'ING : : ( 271 h, 1SU1. :Si-lely
Academy in Monticello, and began 11"nf.; which \\,1111,0.,1.1 lilt! the let terms .
effectively: the labor of love, prompted by FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS purehned. h'um. W. A.Itu'k.l': }. ; ever LethreoRi' i1iuthloranyuthrrmark r.rclI'1
the and + t he l.iviy' :Sla'.lerecenlly( owflcd \- J. I Ii t'OI.MX.S./ : -
most earnest: kindest intentions.
InXJ1NDI"\: viA. by Mill, will!!! cart! m to, eon hurt. the liiKiiii'Miinhereiofoie. Miililieello, : 23; ISi'.l.,; 1.5 tfUOOKSIIBOOKSM
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A largo amount of sewing was then accomplished March lath 1801. 5 lySITI'I.RIN'J'ENDENTi |Ihun'| | I ; anti at a second meeting held liil-i'l. on 1".li..II..J I |ININnn'. ConnnecJ I I S'l'OI1E i i1S

irK. 'in tho same placemen Tuesday, the Olii inst. careful, !Irlverit, fir.1 i.hed to tiavelein" t .eairv. "'nilonnyp.hitIii' ., -. .- .. .. -.
r|'(lll[("t l I. n new femme we hate inn,'odncrdiii the I' I -
AA llie 1II1Ir '. Hoi
s the following ladies e were appointed 1 .
I* thu il'iv oriuonth at Jeoule ia'lrr. tni Itfnf Monlieello. It 1< Ineoiu'eiileiit torthe "
w Jl'esident-MI'II. B. I5ird) ; I mirth 1111I' C"IIIt. pci'i'K',! t.. scud l byniiil fur \'Pfw.oik .they %, : 1860. ( 0.J.T.BUDD y t
: OFFICE, CyStabli'ii; a point I'lwcelllhclw"
'' Vice.PresidentsMis,1).lt'illiams: :Mrs.: hole!< h..k..r, I','. I'ut'lcr'iresidence.XoM'iobir inav need. 1 ; then{'. l. wr htivo' brontrht, out n few
'1. i A:'Vare,:Mrs.\ :Partridge, ; I TALLAHASSEE PEN. &.GEO. E. K. } i 17ih lOlln.: ".ln-ly tiil'unu't of the St|ti!it :.111.1 Winks of, thu cunntry' i
f TAI.L.YIIASSLE, June, 1u 1.\ ---- -- and lit thu ease nny denmiiil will Inereu our aV1
Sec'yand Treas.: -Mr+. II. L. Giranleati.,
nodnfrM. at nrk. .\mnll:! toil:int bo, found-
a.hy'Julie17th, ISilo 1'11..11 FIST( S rl:TALC! BURIAL GAGES may
Committees have been n|>|ioiuttd for purchasing OX ,Ti'.il".. i>ii this:,,,, ', will run n+ f.ill.iw: Slallk"'I"'IIr'I'.t1.,1,, Rorke:' ; ,
material, for directing ami inspcct- live uti. I'urtienl; lyurltibleir. ; {a"l
1 ing the cutting and sewing so that the I.UAVK ARRIVKATIjikeC'ily : : .-'. \1'oetieal. .o'k! as.
.. .3n.tn.: M.intieello[ )t'Sa.la. limner' I'oetieulVoll k. ,
Kociation[ ; -
may work thoroughly and cflicicntly. i. Tulliihn! -M'u,. ,1 1 :; :S.'i.llV 1'oelieiil I U'.irl.*;
; TIIII.lltn..e., 11 20" !St.MuU. : -HAS: RECEIVED HIS-
: 1250p.m.I :! .. .1CP.eon.lantly on hand, and for astir by";!' Cooper'" 1'oellilll \Volk;
Cgnmittee for Direction. and, St. 'Ink.8 Tull.dmsre.'a1'allahuaee :: ALL .
Inspection: ;1'.in. THOMAS :HMMOXS.: f .* lIurll..I..lr"\! \ '' ;
r Mrs. O. Taylor, l1IC.\ Bradley, Mrs. 5 I IckloekiMici'', h U llniiio.iloFin.Naruh22,1859:!:! ;\ It.Professions ; lien J"lui+.m'. R'ii.k;
Herring, Mrs..A.; 11. Bailey.CommittcoforPurchasintiSfrqS.Siro.. "" :I".r" .1I1i".II.... 7.SO -- 'Th. l'il.iCof! Hr rrr AILIL 1K ID JHll T m @ @
\ 5 I LakitCby. ,. 1 a. lit. 1'iinroof.ttle; .U n'e of. \D.ivld\ ; 1ID1DnwtC'IXG
C.innlrlbratlloutieelln with Si"gv,." to and ; ] CaixlsPHYSICIAN'S '1'lie'1'hrouaof l)"\j.1 ;
: ,kiss, Mrs 13. W. Taylor :Mrs:\ Harris, Mrs. fr<)iu (trooverMllle. end, uilh I theS.uniin.ili, .Albanyand'iulf And many other work* lo -- --- ALL Tlin XE\V>: TYLES IX
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Lino.: Railro.id: ,; 10 Sa VII"I'.+h ; nl tho Oikloekonet ;- -TOC I.nHI-: .
i i '"We hope the liberality of tho ladies and nl\' uithSta;(A to nil.lfrom" (>>IIiolc ', ,'...1 ut M I. CARD With a few nf the 1II".llulCl..lIn"'ntk.! < of VIC- '
I Mark wit h5tnae, hieli will "",1\''< I for i Xewl"lI'lllll; '2: T1ON( bi'foro. tho .\ Call uttlie

gentlemen of material of Joflerson! or money county, ,will in keep contributions J us. leairj.Thu arrival. of thu cars: mil, l return before Vie' tr.111I Dr. N'. O.HA oDon.a.1c1.: newtutuif. now Vf. 2ith.'l'tSII.".I.,:'.CIIACE.1' :;7-lv: MI.NMoiitie.llo. -*. I f =1 xc p p @' ,\1 n .ff p ill 1 n nIt P t }Ln lV 1 ;a
: supplied and ri'gulaily employed. reiridir: + :Stno:; : Lino fioiu/Monlieello. will IIH 1'.111..1! fer\1ee I .to lo Monticclbi Idi f,'haulaaud, respectfullynll'r t the pul'ilie _"._".__'''''''.' __ no ., ,, .. .M .fg
Every garment: n gentleman wears, 1 leave 'fir: Inoinerville: npo'i' the at mill of (ILo. T.1):!' in thepr.ieliee' i.f Medieine'iiudSuriri..y, | in theirarioilH VL'LTON r o r \ i> it Y ,
i thould be contributed-home knit socks, I'. JI( trui" ; liutwh"na iimi'y .I..lr'I'r'rO. ... \ "bi.iuehe. Kcsblenee: at Mr*. A.'Puhuvi'aMiutcdluJuly \it L1V BI1..C>::JDEnJES: :: : etoo.AS .
err"'III"! an extra tt.V/e w ill leave M .,Ie''Ito! n; on TALLAHA''SiK: ;, 1'LA., .
drawers +
pantaloons, colorellIhit.tR, flannel: 2 u. ISiil. :2UtljHAS !
the nrrivnlM'the9,45A.J1.t ; thin -: \ l'Ir;: f.undie* \\'EI.I.S illS l'Sl'1.Iac I.IVMPf.ANTATIOrV .
+ 4 under and 1 over shirts, will all be necessary! nn11|Jirtie9an opHirtunity('| t-U.ui'i1" : in daj'li :ht, ))1'. )1. G. n". .JOUO.1X, J 0 II-\' (j.1'.R D Y, Proprietor I .
and 1 received ebecdull)'." We hare: hero Xo traintill; bu run on .Su>. \l.iv. .
: ii.MOYE: : > T.'TiliM'oWXOfJlOXTI-:: ( I UN'CilMN.froin I I B t; to :S3 H.iro I\>x\,,' A \ I) HEAVY GOODS
to acknowledge, most kindly donations of C.T.W..SYFAX..P.H/1. 1 STEAM
a June 15th; ,, ISrtl. 1S-U/ t'lil.l.O:: ("I'lho I'r.ietice oriiiedicine. to onb, ..fllll' '.e't 111.111'11..11111.1. work- ,
material for pantaloons, shirts drawers and J3P" 'thin/ lit lilwu': JIoti'L t.
uu.n-Idp, IIn.1 1 a* rheap a* eau be pinvliaeiHii(' New CLOTIIIXG BOOTS .
under shirts, upon a most liberal scale, Pom Aiu'iiHt IS, lS.ii') :27: 0niT. Yolk "ranv NullhrIuiItvandturddawnInEtch. AXD SHOES, HATS AXD CAPS,

t. two !ladies, residents of MontiiTllo. Spoo1.n1 3> ; d.i. 1'AM'lMl' rorSaw.Mill\ *. lOIn tieailntf; : ate.eon.Inullyunltuud. .
J. 4'HiiLii:
There to exist 3"otioo.ai Sil"ar' :'\\iJl.frttni11toIShitch, :! 1.111U11:1iu -
III seems n" necessity for -e & : .. ; OlOC'Jam } GROCERIES, die.
IDE C IM] try U ITIO.S"1UUI e in liar\ -ter\ uU on h".I'r made t order. "';
of Jefferson
a la.1i1'8. county to :bonii: aeautilul ;*uttoru. "f /: ):'\ Il.MI.l.NO: I for ._' -. n N. 'N._ -'-- -N. ...
the zealous and faithful: dischariru: of Choir. OX :1IIllIf'r March 23.: 1"'>'\!, thin I'c'ulnr Tliiinnow > 1 (,0, 1",01:111.VII.r. .\, Grave Ynid4 I ,1:.*. )
duties in this! noble and 1 nilt-ivMing work ; running fr m Fer'iandiiia t.' UroiKon: Jilini.N! W-iRK of all dr.tiltioneesNeuted;' } These Ools arc m GOOD IY QUALITY ami willl sold
Pit.UTH Kfall: -t..n! M
'still they need the Biistainiug influence and w ill on* :Lhll'I.Ie.tlllll t. Cedar Kl'w.III'I''lngIII + E. *. .. Millie .Moil'.1 wthuetneaarnddNgeitrh.! | All orders uddrvocdto LOW IX P1UCIO[ as can: 11u oht Twlnt Home in j
I 11 1 M. Thence returidii1 will l" co-operation of tho gentji'iuen, tor all ofvlhich .. Junes: 'i'i,' 10WI.:: i! ; | .ruiiiptivnttouiifit.'n i
K. at 4 \ 31., r.r Br"oli an I Vrnandina, ouMauch ily : c3rnitMscAsii.a: : ? all article not as represented! catTbo: returneil.Monticello .
will be '
they most gI I ateful. ) Xov. 8, 18C.D, [tSll-lyJ JO11X CARDY. October 13, 1800.
\ IVt-lor. 1> J. ym
The Jefferson Ladies' Soldiers' Aid A-.SO- steamer' wilt\ be ut Ce lir Key on the follow iiyFOll : I3UDn. I
'clation meets on every Tuesday: the Acadctny our.. t::3" II.iU-..' rcm..,',' t i io 1..1I11.II.f'I.| rt.1.I. will 1 -----N'O-t:1CO.: ,tr i

at 8 o'clock, a. m.,*working till- NEW OKLUAXS. roil KEY AVCST.Sl.inh i conti.ii'e ClnoniuDiseaiv" the I'meti.-e. lie".any'\I"lI.h.o'..' fuun.1nt ii.,,all\ Acute nil\ .hours and CIISG: mnlnuMiee, at \1':n-i.. ,..\\.1.11I\' hl'othcr.1 i
M.in-'i' It. K. \VALKUI5(: -tu,'; IIuth li/e.J ,
sundown US : : 18; hen not a1 + nut; totnuisuctany
\v professional "'lIt. nt his reeldwter,
.. -1RICIIUONII ....*- April 11 und, 2R. : : April II Rill IS >!oiitli-i ...(.tc"rner i'tthc 1'ublic\ 1'11111'1'.1 onlhe t and all ''u.inv-1iu inv. 'sl. Imlf.M. + : I860. I
I August! 0.-l'as onjers from May It IIn 1 2s, : : May" 4 n'l i 11 IS. ..|f C..I. Rlaek' urii'n II tel.FebruarylSth,1C6U. W. WALKER.eInsolvent : JFnll md "Wmtor Trade. 18(50.
Juno'July HUII,121' June ApillC.li IS.1; alr
: : : :aa+d13, ; : .
t :Yorktown report that N eW/IO.t/ News was II no.)\ :>4. : : July 4n'idlS.. 1 ly

.evacuated last night by Lincvluites. Aug.; 14 mi128, : ; Au.'tfet S ana IS, A. C. alt'i'HMls, ,.. 1>. Estate Notice '
The imnrcssiiiti is t hat the troops were l sent F N- f. U a. I 2S. : : Sr.I"1 I. 4 nnd 18. ,
i to Washington or l.'ortrellIonl'lic.! and Trainjll riviilarly cuuiuit, U-uvin;' Drunsvn .IIOMtEOPATIIIC 1" II Y SIC I A X STATE OF FLORIDA:/ ) 11.\\10.WALKKRA4Jffer : 1. M. uvTiTMAKYil.CLOTHING' l[ "
and Cedar Kv\ at \'e.Umiiid lUuutlelie .n,. ('O""'!!. f iiiinl-tr.itor of the K:.tate ,
_dispatch from Norfolk: says that it is Ti i iji;Tu-kc-li from all\ regular Stations can Flj'jdlf. of Joil: l Walkerlat of widcountyl deceased, hav- .
thought there the Federals 'commenced be had, at reduced rate. July 10, 182'; ). ap9-lyDr.lfoli'rtl'otl iufileJlumyuttiaeariltrniuggrsttonotlhe;;: in-

evacuating Newport yesterday: afternoon.A J. E. I.AUKIN' idteney t>f the estate ol Mid deevaMidTlierefure @EJ\Lg: []
1 large fire was observed there, caused; it April 6. 18i31, [Unlj] Kn; ifc Sup't. nutii-e U hereby given to nil person
I )JfosijfiiLU\[ I : y FJ.OKIDA: lint!III:: cl.iimiord.'mandiaimniit\ lad! deceuwd to .
supposed, by the burning of the hospital Application for :::VOT'rt: !ltis ofevbmal:Ser; \ices to the citizen ale them in the! office uf the Judie of l'r,,!>4ht of
buildings., They shipped. the horses on Discharge.SIX "I( :'lo".icel\.IIII.1\ \icbiity. said Cimnjy. on or before the f first thy\ of December TA A K mxC
tF Sunday in vessels.! MONTHS after d.ita I shall present my final March 1, H.." EnttVut. next when. th..r.It\ l la, a 'pro rata distribution\ of D .
II. .. account and voucher, a* AdnilnUli..lrix) of the the aticto of uld d.weiiBecl 1111I'11Ihe creditor
Estate; of Stephen Lbt'itiey! ': Into of JcHcron Conn. thereof and which lime
WHAT A SHOT GUN CAN DO.-At a trial of Diluurlli Ih, ; at the oulJ IHtil Waller
ty, deceased to the Hon. Judge of Plobat. of said will\ apply\ ,, for a jliwharge, from the aduiinUlrattbn SIIOES
projetilca recently bad near Nashville,Teun, OOIlL t)'. and..k to be dUuharB'CiI froinlheddmin. ATTOKNEY'. AND COVXSEU-OB AT LAW, of said estate. M. H.STRAIX. .. ,
a common smooth bore shot gun was found Utratiou of said Estate. JIolltlcoJlln j'l/J/'da", Juageof Probate.
,?.'' to be capable! throwing the ;Minnie rifle JAXE UGUTSEY.Adm'x. May 25th.; 1801.. 1J-ttntACCOUNTS.; Hardware Groceries Iron Nails .
ball March 16, 1861 6m \\riLLpraetlcu In the Courts of the Mt.ldleCr! ;
distance of hundred aud
a two fifty to V cull of Hori<,au three hundred 1 und even tour hundred! ..ATTACHMENT NOTICE. thetrnitedSUiU< LIVEnY.iSJ'ABU ILVTS BONNETS PLANTATION GOODS tURXITUREifcc".lloiiticello
yards. Moulds for these balls be March 15, 1851). accounts ,
can I -1y. N HAVE all my Livery Stable iu w
Johnson, Bird it" Oo. ) la Jefferson/ Circuit Court I traced
easily manufactured: of any desirable size, Va tVSum .wornto.$349 7.1Tholllftl ('. (J. rue the lmn. J U. CULUn n furtiunfuud entice

and our gunsmiths can render serviceable F MuCalL Jliunl. ... ... .8995U\ ; HllY nun* in tobted are \lr""IIt1y wUniti'd Fin. e
call him add,
all old shot ATTORNEY AND rOCSsEU-OH AT LAW, to upon| kttl.\\lher by each or
and rifles.
your guns THE DEFENDANT: all d all other. lntere>t"d are ute. ram ub>ent with he Vuluuteersandsm .
--- -- --- hereby notified ..t the commencement of thU cult MonlireUa, Florida' thert'fure desirous t'act: thi bu.ine should be clu.ednp. .- .. -.
DIn, at Warringlon, Fla., on the JSth returnable to Fall Term of Je.ffer.ou) / Creult! Court Aprlll2.1850.! 11il H. K. WALKElt [ AVo take pleasure in announcing to our f\' cI1J" and patrons, and the public generally;.'

of July, JOHN U. SKALY and to appear and plead: to the tame. June 8th. iStipt, 17-tf that we are now receiving otir Stock of ,
aged twenty J011JT WEST, C. C, C. IIi It it'll .\: feeler, .. r

-, years Company* lIe of was tho a First private Florida in Capt..Regiment Lamar's June :2. IS61. Sm Attorney at Law it Solicitors in Chancery JEWELUV.: J JF'VELUV. !
: [PAIUL! mm WDRJlJ8[ 1 @'W'm
TALLAU. EE" FLOSIDA. S Of atnrr w' .
and was beloved by his pumrudes, and had course a ould.be conild>Ted lueomplet.
the respect and confidence; of his officers. MO f1liSaftertluta Discharge.BIX WILL practice In the Supreme Court o the 5 without tb'u ii> from home and relatives : : shall preiwut uySnalMeoaut I"'e. lu the United SUU-j DUtriet Court '. .he tdti La.11'.it G"tltleUlall'. .11'e w, Which have been selected with great care and attention and whiffy variety,and extent
TItough away he and Touoher. at AdiulnMratrix+ of Jh* fur the Northern)ietrietofFbnfdtsuIJt\ the Ch- I out variety( o( good: \ Jawclry\ inch we believe to be unsurpassed in this \'icillit .. We court an examination,. feelmg1.i
.. jeceivcd from his kind associates, all the E tat"ol 1tobertC Hurst \late of Jefieraon County cult ('tor" of the Middle and We.t"'IIl'ircult.. as Rhi;!lJ lirvnatriui., fuiiey" Arfiulcsat7tain.) lioand \\ cured "'
that will in
it result
attention" required by his situation. IIU: defeated to the lion. Judge ol Probate of said; crlltli e In the State Capitol cppojle thu'Atorney blWif WuU-tie! *. (:uiuoiijUvh: \ play be found our receiving a fair share of patronage
. friends have the consolation, that I be died County, aDd auk to be dUchar"' from the aJu a.t.t..Uou L General!'.lOffie... *! theeeleliratedAtu.leanWcteIf4u) and feu.iUi( In aJilitioa to our usual stock, we are also rcceiing[ a tino lot ot OATS and R tttwhich

p. a patriot.'II\' deatb-ill the serrico of his ol tuld E.tat.. THOMAS BALTZELL. A. J. rEbJ.ER.LateChlcfJuatiee ;, ; All 0/ which win be told at a HviQifurice by we offer at moderate rlltl'aI. ;. *- .
EU\Dl'T1I: HURST Adu1"l.l1ar $. 0.t'iuUT8lb T.: i.. CHACB *' &OX3? SW*As usual we arc in the Cotton Market. *

country. Peace to his aahca. h 16, ISO Ciu ''N \ )1SCO "::.1y l1"Qlkdlo. Q.tcter: 1. 1861\. *:37y; October 2(+, 1800.:; h.. -' J. )r. & W. MARVIN


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