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: September 14, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 10573839
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System ID: UF00079911:00126

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$ Y YO, s; II; < :"f":. > *":>, MONTICELLO' FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. iii.*;. $61., ". NO.. 31Jo .

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tI A Mail Route to Station 17. OUR FERNANDINA CORRESPONDENCE Report of the Soldiers' Aid Association j A Thrilling Narrative,. and cooked our haversacks ful of provisions .

t '4mm iI itirml; ;.... The late Congress of the .Conl'eJernteStates MR. EDITOR :-Presuming! that a'slight The Virginia correspondent of the Char and by nightfall there \\'n not a cram
lesion writes a deeply interesting in them." One of the LienterntH 'who
passed! an act, authorizing a mail CAMP BARTOW, Sept. 7,,1861. sketch: of the labors of the! Jefferson County .JCI'CI' : '
;ii'"" '" letter of th<3 engagement be shared the horrors of that retreat was on '
,'. ... 'F)."/ /",';litia. rvat C tum." route from !Station: 17, on the Savannah, DEAR FHDES :Perhaps some explanation Soldiers' Aid Association would be !intcresting t\\'N'1 cclcrlptlve Gnrllett'l and) McClellan's forces nCnriiek's t iF.e cars, going homo to recruit his iihat ,

-' Albany and Gulf Railroad, to Jlonticello, in regard to ,the apparent: ,chance! of to your renders, it gives us pleas ford, and 'subsequent events, tered health. Typhoid, fever had followed "

1 1 ",,:'S.r* 1'IfcOES. ', Editor. with a proviso that the Post Master General the name of our camp is necessary. Whenwe urn to inform them, that the generosity; Tho concluding portion relates to the the exposure nnd exhaustion-be looked "4 '

i I .. ','("SET" We nre'rcqnesled to notify those thought the requirements of tho people first came here ouch one followed his evinced at the" mass meeting held in,this perilous l'etreat of a poitlonofthe tho;mountains First to like the genius of .famine.. ..

; demnndud it. Gentlemen from Florida, own taste, and most of its t fixed upon "Jef place' : early in August by the residents! of Regiment across of
: persons; who intend to .turnish supplies to Monti-ry. It is: a grlphio'plctur. and we The Messae of the Governor Xentuck s
9:1pt: J.,R. Tucker's Company, during its! urged upon the P M. General the importance I fersor." ns a suitable name ; but the officers! Jefferson county, in buhnlfof tho volunteersof trnnatcr it to" our colul s' The'nite LOCrSVJLLE Sept. 0. Gov.

cncmupment-) ,"- to deliver the same nt the : of the route and tho great advantages a* Old Town seem to hnngro.d upon our county, combined with the untiring says: ," \ message Legislature on Federal

thatotild nceruc therefrom to the tho above title, and in deference to their and zealous industry ot tho I ladies of our 1hl men b:1relof: his pre't I Bu Relations is mostly retrospective, showingthe
Monticello Depot, by;:noon on Tuesday of the State been
tlext. :". T people of Middle\ Florida) but after scveinl Authority, I make: the change ns above, anti Association, enables us to report, ns! the result IIe\11I outflanked them. Georpin had:Reg been thrice neutrality ratified at tho ballot box, and that

! ;,JI s..,'_ .... days: of prevarication and delay, he positively i. the name of the lamented llartow willhl'rl'nru of our work, during time month of August tnt intent off by the rapid l advance by of,the Indian his own course in refusing men to Lincoln

.' ;? tir.We direct ttentiJon to the'ndver declined) to establish! the loute. The r serve to ,!designate; our camp. : line, and were driven .lioiu tho road and and that his efforts! keep the belligerents

i tieementof. f Mrs. A. II. Simmons, in to-<1a)"'!! result of this decision is really too much to l'y the frequent "arm'nls" you sec! in the PimU .... .. ...... .... 103 pair. .' tip the mountain into n wilderness where off Kentucky soil, have, met with the unanimous 1

'paper':,notifying her patrons that the Musi.r endure without complaint. A regular daily papers yon can: judge of the eflicieney of Drnwm.... ........ .. ..1U .'.. human toot had never trod" before. approval: of tho Kentuckians. le.
.aka.... .. ..... .. .... //I '
cal Department of the Jefferson Institutewilf mail the Railroad from Savannah the Lincoln; blockade. The Federal war Without food, with securely a blanket: to says-
} passes: over Shirts ....*. ...... .. 8t fFlnnncl And the
bo returned the of October vessel lIails' the mouth of the Shirts'. ';,) cover them with, and no shelter from rain nondJI'eBsing myself to
on 1st .- to Station 17 and there is n line of lazily past
,3lrs. Overcoat ....... ...... 8 or wind or cold, bnl.thc! dark: foliage over representatives of the people of Kentucky,
!Simmons: is the Lest instructress of stages: from that point to Monticello. If l hmbor two or three times week, at a safe fiend mid around, on an untrodden moun I protest in their name, presence, nnd in,

j"' music in ibis section of country, and perhaps tho bead of the 1\0. Department: had not distance from the shore, and calls her work Total number pnrmpnU 411 tape range, without maps or guide, these I the name of l'01 liutioD1Iberty, nnd in

even those of our readers living nt a allowed other private enterprises to influence "nn effective blockade ;;* but in spite of her Our Auxiliary Societies are working la- bl'aOl'ol'g n!! took up the lieu of march: the presence of against

distance, who have daughters, and desire it, and authorized the said! stngo line vigilance, ste\llll'r'llly: ) regularly nil along! ) : borinnsly.!I We know they have accomplished in such direction as their slight knowledge1 ill and unconstitutional cveryot( the President's and usurpations I nand

*. ;to have: them accomplished in tl.U fnipor- to carry the mail, it would have been ol the coast from Chailoston! to the St. Johns, a large amount of sewing, bat ns of the !country id vised.and O'ertime the md rugged of 'pocket rocks
:,:;:ant branch of education, would do well to very little expense, and supplied this section and hardly a week has passed since our they have, not yet made nny return to our nod compass the dense! tlIlll.'rwood. often so thick of a wnr professedly for the object ofestoring

Bend them) to Mrs. Simmons. Under her of country with mail matter nt least coming, without the arrival or departureof : Association, we cannot speak with certainty that they had to hew a passage with their the got'ernmcnt-an object utterly ; '

"nyiitcm'; of f instruction,'it i is almost impotlsi. twenty hours earlier than it now reachesus at least one vessel. of what: each: district has done., Jiidg. bowie knives, tho straggling line toiled up impossible of Attainment by such '

bio ,>f for, a 'pupil not to l learn t ns she is patient \ia. Albany.! : The Fornandini; people just now are get hug, however from the amount' of material the mountain, until darkness closet round] menus as a war of coercion ; and I; protestmOI'o'er 3

and untiring:, :'No doubt board: could wThis caper of Post :Master Reagan: is a ting terribly; excited.} by a rumor that three lisliibutud, we hope our report of work sun them rose and on they tho lay Sabbath down morn nnd MIl'ft.flooded. The : he cnmping, ngninst round,Kentucky or the pathway being for mado the ", ;

;. be obtained.in,l private families! at a rcason- sti i ing illustration of the evil effects of the or four thousand Yankees nre coming post nt the close! of this! month will! convince_ you TIeir happy homes with light, nnd gilded movement of forces by bclig- -'

.:/ able price,,,..,,'' one man power ; and we are of opinion haste to take the town. Wo are keepinga lho01 k goes bravely: on. t he spires ot the: village churches, hither rents!, and I recommend earne.sly to the

t.i,f' -V -_, .. that Congress blundered; in clothing him sharp lookout towards the sen, and clean- During August our Association received heir inntbei, mid! w ive.s! nod sisters wPI'e"ing Gl.m'I'nl81lmllly! tho adoption of prompt
:. ,;: fSy: Telegraphic. news received. up totonightFriday tai lor the dear nt evolutions requiring:; both belligerents tokl.ep
'IIr, with such discretionary power This mail lug:; up our guns, so ns to bo ready to j.( \'eth,11I !several handsome: donations, which we here up pray ones WI'
( ,) is unimportant, fur 1 !beg I Heaven: to (' their lives; but off our Full, and respect, in good faith
; n1Ito
thor than it gives Us intelligence that the route is absolutely! I needed, and! Congress a salute: if they do f:ivor IH with aNit nost kindly nod/ gratefully acknowledge): : ho could not pierce the 8111' to get n the neutrality which the people of Ken. ,

contending armies on the'Potomac are a1most being satisfied f of the fact: should have \'i ; but the tops: of their mists: are not Aom Jars S. A. Johns'm,12 shirts, 2 pair glimpse of thnt wan and famished hand tacky, with unexampled: unanimity, desiro y

.... within adopted the bill! without p JIO\HO.: in sight )jnt, nnd I believe we are destined sheets, 2 pair pillow cases: ; Mr. Geo. Johnson wlto, with failing limbs but stout hearts: to preserve.'
distance. The Confederates
striking -......-- to a life of inactivity for the present' Fat: $20.001is"; \ ", Dcnhnlll, $3oo;) ; Mr. C..mdley were panting upwards for the day.: On I I .. ... .

,.r : occupy Munson's Hill, five miles FREMONT ENDORSED litters aid heavy biscuits! hard enough to /,'. : $5.00. md on through the! weary hours, !, mid the CAXADA F.\OR'TI: SOUTH., -Tho scntinont
of Canada is
/ from.Washington: from whence they have had hiishi'd and their Fcldom ot'well informed people
: ; It will bo seen( sis the Macon T t('9rnph, (iu out tit t a gun, will kill more'' of us than II. V. ::;11.11. Q. M.\ G., has solicited. our niuli: : \'oi.el trongly in Southern independence,
.,a ucw !f'f that city; as! also Alex-nidiia: iiokcthe deadly stillness, and the+ face flyorof .
that the Lincoln AtlminUtratinn have endorsed tho balls of tho Cllll1l '. assistance in makir.g\ : : winter clothing; for sail and n of contempt and s
'"' "To remain in this position days is III! ) ip) : or youth grew : the f.ice: ofntjonnxioni, growing
many the murderous !proclamation: of FrI Our Comn1 ssary: department is either in our volunteers in Virginia, Lich proposi- but> still notiinunmtirnor thought ol njninsity is enteitninedfor their Northern .

together impos'.ihle. Inc fact, whilst we moit, sad declared that the right thing has very bad hands! or the wheels ot the! machinery ion has: been readily accepted, nnd nn exra ii'lding: and the I'cl'll1light unite down Ih.i ;hbI'I. A case in point wo will hero' '' '
write the two armies bo engaged in ('. It oecnrcd! in the city of Quebec, ,
may a vns l'lh
jcen done, by the right man and in theigbt are not well lubricated. Some days day: ot'l'lch week appropriated to this mind time cheerless halt \ mn.I.
desperate: \ battle tho result of which and nt the great theatre, which was crowded
: ,upon also du Again the nun went thoste.iming
We *
phcc. copy a special nnd often it i.s work. tip
we have no meat nt nil, the mounliin and the orchtstcr, between one of the acts rof
mists curled
bangs: the future destinies of the two governments. patch from the ,\\' mnh Re|'ttblie.in, which twenty or thirty pounds' \ shoit. Often we Our earnest! desire i is, that the coming tel' and. these away) l lost(amid now famibhedneu t the lull, stuck up "Yankee Doodle., : 4
But 11 the battle of ,
: Washing says that the two South Carolinians were have: beef without cither sailor :lard( to use" Fall will find ns prepared: ( to distribute to ', with ( ijiul ft'\'ollen fee It wns promptly, checked by hisses. '1hu- ",

., ton city take\ phco.when! it will, it will bo hung, and fourteen of the liullRttn prisoners iu cooking it. Onr sugar U of A very inuior nnr volunteers such clothing. us they need anti !idling.hiclllimb"h'II.tll, \l'lt forward ours bind thl'l played: "DIXfE" which ,"."';, _

of such vast.propontimlS, nnd conducted have been, shut. This dispatch should,) I I quality\: and so damp: that it takes -It1 tie enough, nt best, to do for thosevho 1010. 1 lint (the pangs: 'f hunger gnawed: l'lct.h' d that with continued rapturous for al1 hour tumultuous intep- ?
withinch tint the battle of vital" and the line nndmire an ,
ferocity July 10 reedited with caution: Many .1 gentle.man little The and, in tho endeavor! lit tht'I' grew mul 11IIalso .
alit will sink into in 'I very to weigh' n pound. high' pl'l'i1lift' liberty! the Irilts weie tho performance, the audience cal. ; r.,,
insignificance: Iglinnlll
Ct'lIIl'ar : has t'penpcd. from Washington, since authorities Richmond would save much I to proem: ns safety.TIIU out and lt piotongod, and the nnxious 11'1"11 o ng for Dixie, Dixie, II the timo.i" ;'
ison. Tbcru i is no data l.ich! to bane .. .. .
upon the Hull Run tight, and brought no news sickness! and. if they\ would get .h !-Close boys! I'' of the
expense up ip up dll'I'ultnllct
ralcul.ition! alto: tho number of the Con. Co.Nrniii.it,VTK AUMY.. -It is e limied : ; A letter, dated nt Richmond .
the Hut if the : on
confirming hanging story. :a new ration list, instead of adhering strict- fiflicers! was no loner; responded to
'federate troops, or the extent ol its! artillery Cabinet has l'IlIl"rH.,1tho atrocious that the Volunteer Army of tho Con- They tore off thonner the inst., says :
: pronuniamento !11 to the.ohdU. S. regulations. OIll'tI'UCO,1I11I1't btejis. On : belonging
; Kcmper's battery .
Wednesday ,
; but it is understood! that the Lincoln. l' of Fremont, nothing i is leltheruf- been used! to a different diet from the federate States: : nt present, numbers 278,' baikot'lho: Jit'ch'nl.1 spruce pine, to Gen. Donliam's i
its Invest least 1::!OOOO men within! the but of inilisfriiniiinte 000. TJio States contributing troops asollows and. found! Homo cOlltll.t mil support HWII-) miles brigace8.
ter n wnr : inissacreof Northern people, and the same: food 1 we! ing the juice. Live dollars was ofll-rt sent some eighteen up l tomlU
fortiCcstions! : surrounding tho city, and 500 : 101 in thu-
all bdigl'I'l'I'll1.! "No qmrtcr" must bo! should use nt home would: !b? better for our t" he foitunate possessor! ot' n bit of biscuit, to dislodge regiments encamped '
guns of f heavy: culibro in .position. Gen., (lenrgla '.( \'h'i" y cut Falls, on tbo'other side ot
the cry. The idle: formality of a Court bruit, pore; palatable': : moro easily cooke.1.1I1l'lIp'I' Jl1ul.lnna. .:.. .... .. ... .... ..14,0001115.ts.ippl ( \\oincheH: Bquiire: discovered in nil nddorner the 1 h ('r. The fire on
McClclhn and )bis will have to be.trit'cn buttery opened
troops Martial into the fact whether of hm kunpsack: and refused Ole
: to inquire : a .19,11)1);
and abundant for the tides "
AI dawn of
; morn .. .... ... ....... of the th1 nt the day.: They were per
Yruiit: Jwse! powerful tort lic:1tioll: of Texas ,... .. 9.11110'J'cnll the Captains-Jones: ] Wa hinglun
man i is! i is a'belligerent: :; "with arms nru raise l nt homo in I large quantities, ....". .. .. ....... .. .... .. .8 ."(;O 01 it son in his rank;)-a lad ot feclly! terror-sti icken and fired not n Run,
before the city cart: bo'tnk c'n. That the army in his hand," canto dispensed with on the nnd are nmon'g the staple prudnelton of the South Carolina.......13.111'0 Hleil-hnll .I .reare.l. llo came but made {good use of their cehbraetlhccls. :
of tllSo'ilth will meet with success we Aikmifxu" .10,01)0) years tl'Jlch' It is there must have been I
battle (idl.! ] here all: others Stir- thought
entertain doubt. will > except country. Corujrneal, i ice, potatoes, nntl8)'l'Ilp A 101\11I\ ,11111, ....211,1In1)orth ip to his, lather ail; 11Ie.l 'for fund somo'two three hundred killed and
not a Washington; are exclndod.We \ ,( ) dear boy, !, slink or
seollli; might well be substituted in place' : of i "Tukotl my
bo occupied': :by Gen. JK'.iuregard! : in less feel assured President Dais will Yirginln, .. ... ...... .. .... ..79,000 ng n few crumbs of biscuit from his wounded. These heavy sk 'misbclllroLu
than week's. somotliings on the present' Ii,t. I nm hapy luriIII. ...... .. ........ .. 4,<))00 haversack Olt >(eat it and. God,! the precursors' of the great engagement J
} two bring this matter to a focus at once. lIewill > to say, however, tint: in spite of so m.ily Jlaryland. .. .... ..... ... ....... .. ],OliO) : slowly ; may which must coon occur. ';
Gen; Lee, fii Western Virginia, at last ceiid a flag of truce to Lincoln and )11..111'1. ..... ... ....... ........ .23,0N: ( save your life. Strong men Fat down nnd e. e .. .
inconveniences and there
nccount1 had Gen. Rospiicinutz and his army n deprivations! Kentucky! ... 1,000 liel, the weak dragged on 11'linilg- GK.V. NCCLELLAY.-Thollichnond Dfs*,.
demand. a catngoiical answer to the gees ii little sickness ns, and I scarcely ::;ioiiiu of tho feeblest, hale' sti' '
very among each bo Ion
of the above : State has latCh can: no er .
nearly surrounded\ and n,battle! was Independent says tlll'O doub
Ion this than blows foil rhoued hearts ot
ujiether worse : savage war. t might iu\'etef '*}
mm mum or grumbling McClellnnis
any ; lJhtl. that th'll. !
expected to take place ,day nn organized: force for State! defence, which in that '. Still the I
every fall', has; been authoiized, ar.d it PO, lie halllenceforward We are all pleased to hear that St :\[IrktlRntl n\ful cxtrl.'mi) supreme com":1.1: ot'thu.Northern Arm)'. '
Fium Gen. McCiilloch, in Missouri, we will doubtless 4I1Wt,1I the army of the south 'Close up' I" was nr the l.igsarcdvnr ;
\ he .
be troubled with no mineprisoners Tnllahisseeare being sofitiongly loi'tiled U understood that: refused accept '
have :! f'irtlicr than that he ; to upwards ot 400,000. 11\11 I ho Mow holrssuenled lengthened I
: no injciligcncc if elsoctcn '
wounded enemies. Tho liesians position nt Washington, any ,
or ; with Gov. Pel'rImUl'I''lItlhe hos- ....... hue years, std. the diy s'tend' on, and the
was: rocruit'ng' troops! prep Iratory; to arnovo will soon learn: who is the loser at Lila!, and. :Secretary:; Villepigue's guns in Our Sick Soldiers in Hospital, nountnins.ed. \before them mid tho third him.thuSecretaty.ut In duct: he War is a-Military were to Diotatlr. bo. "
northward. Quo telegram : Ibll'O
says hat horrid gnme.( position it Talaha: ; : seo"those' two exposed The Richmond correspondent "t I the sun set, and they w'erouutsaved. He might even Rend Fuss and, ,
they :are fighting nil over. that ,State. Will mankind b<>!ii>vo tint in a war of "itions will be sato from nil attack. I Charleston Uuiin'er in a recent letter\ says ; Tuesday came, mid their strength nndoutage Ft'ntlwrto Foi aud wishhe
.. >o Lnfs'Cll WI
< "I find close examination In the und despair had seized]
upon ( wan ,
five months tho President and Cabinet of would.!
The Concert and Festival. onder lh > 5th Regiment has not been Jlll'
: 'Or
,bleient hoppi nit here, that almost!! the { men became mutinnus.
The scene at the Masonic, and Odd F -l- the United States: have deliberately:\ sanctioned dl'l'l'llto the Capitol: ; but perhaps. i il will entiie mortality is nmong tau tl'"P f'ono tll'l.1'11' "Ocl'rl aged,11ud tie entreated, and com-

101\"'* .lIaUIS' on Tuesday flight, certainly a mode warfire: w high George H! Ic equally B'tfu at Lake City. Are yon not the ixtienu portion; of our Confederacy, nUI.I'Iltlem to make CiO morn effort to Music Department,

would'not( indicate that our country wan retnssd to nIOI't-which no utilized! nation going; to have a fort, or at least a sand: battery '.such us thu Louisiana nnd Florida: legmenis ; uve: tllir ; but the latter had lost! all -
nnd, those! /from the Smillicrn value and famine and : fast ex- R. SIMMONS t.
engaged: in'waia war almost ,without a ever Iral'tieed-which even the most cavage somewhere about Monticello ? I. / part fatigue was MRS. A peet
: her that the
(,f Alabmllnlll: Mis\ isMippi.' 1'h..y sullVr inusting its remaining store. J'II'UI.
parallel: in the history of t the world for its ; of I the North American Aboriginees I notice that the "I'ast: Floiidian"ex in and when ; I sea Ui'purtiiicut of the Jcffuritou lu.'U s ',( '
I mule: privations' traveling; they :Still: the habit of ubu.lialce, and old ulTec- .
will be roiiiniej Tuo the lit of October,. }
proportions and bitter enmity. Here all never adopted without important qimliicatioiiii the of tho citizensof here the sudden of weather .
: plains: apparent neglect get changes ion and well: tested confidence )prevailed, iloi.Uccllo. pt. 14. 1801 81-tf
was gayety and happiness. Among the : ? The .wo'1't will astonished: at Feinaudin.i, towards the troops' upon old: rains amid cold nights air are almost anal again they went forward, though with : ,

moat lively, ,were mothers, wives. and sitter the spectacle Surely "judgment, hath their arrival here, by saying that they did Pertain: to bring on pneumonia: I ihfiiinatism : little hope of HUCCCIM in their desperateft'oi STATE OF F |
tcVbrutiah / or ns in of measles, tho to reach human l-abitation.: : And 'fRIDAa t
"*, who have: sons, husbands and brothersnpoa fled beasts, and men have: lost not know when tho difl'ercnt companies many cases 1 .
attack assumes a tnhot revsrt in the end'roving hey would! have: failed) in all reasonable
the tented field, ready to sacrifice their reason." .
would arrive. I do not d vubt the
-....... I generos. fatal."The probability, and their l/nt would havevhitened ,
... their lives for tho independence of their mid will of all tile citizens of thin and the .
Reduction ity good conduct of the citizens Richmond \ on that mountain ridge, 'rorlanialloii fur iicctlun: of JEIcctui

rO\lnt\ ,.).. Tho mirth of the hour obliterated of FreightWe infirm, merchants I place, for a f few have called: upon our ofli- iK descrv'ing; nfall praise. Private residences inl.lenti of their fate: would have Ll'cl as! ..2of lre..Ieut mid Vicc-IBrc
gratified :
.. grief and solicitude for the absent cues, I arid extended the cit ilties are used as hospitals nod families: give up l. unknown ns of thoite who have dent of the Confe Ier to State of ,
and others interested, says the orldian cars, customary their best rooms to the sick. One gentle ole down at sat:: no trace or sign ol America and liepruseutativcs to
Truly: a strange scene it would appear to it Journal, of the great reduction in the of good society, anti have: sent supplies for nan !has fallen: a victim to typhoid! fever shipwreck. IImllel', lt mid day a straw ". ,

ona unacquainted with the cause that rates of transportation from KeruanJina the comfort of the sick. lint we cannot while! nursing those he bad taken to his .;er appeared among them "Who are you Coul"c vlrtureifautliority vested In me bylaw

r# prompted it. The entertainment was! for Tallahassee. help feeling:: that there i iA a wide, difference own !house. Ladies of the !highest respec.ability md hero did. yon come (1'00 V* are the BV MADHOS. \ S.?EItY.. Governor of tbeSI.t '

the benefit of tho Jefferson county soldiers to between the feelings of the citizens towardsus are seen sitting; by the sitlu of the eager questions. I am a Virginian-a or"lorlo., do hereby election to 'f l
The rates now established are, on first ; the counties of said State on WED'ESDAY
sick soldiery, !fanning them and ministering! lend i have followed your track: : and have
service of the Confederate
in the army- and those of tho people of Jefflll'lIon.The .- lie Ctli day of UVEMHEU.. jiroxlmo,for four Elec- 1
cubio foot "
class goods 13 cents being to articlesneeded tho welcome reply.
per to every want, even washingnut:; come to you, was .
raise to furnish! tho'DcceR8ari tore fur FrebMent mud Vice-1'resideut of the Confed :
money a reduction ot 1 cents per foot. On the soldiers are told at the I Olt-utncu! to 'for their use, and standing over But, though the face was .nnangc.these rate btate of Anierlta.. Leo on tho Mine day. .n ; ,I, .
incident IP an active military lite. The ladies stand and wait until the vitizen with sleeves rolled and it. the the '
second class, 80 cents !per 100 Ibs., a raJllotion back get .towushtub up men misunderstood lection to be held in countiei of tits State East ,
deserve much, praise ; not satisfied their letters. Tim specie and current banknotes : mid at work. Others prepare the food, very verge of destruction. Au awful oflie tiusannealttvercompuatngtheOratCoagressiunul1)istrlct -
with contributing the labor of their hands, ot 38 cents per 100 Ibl. On fourth and tearing: the whole! expense themselves.While death uwoiled them i they did not fur one ltuq re.nttv to represent
we out are Ilollr.lc.llIl', nothing ConfederateStates
class, 50 cents a reduction: ot 30 cents pay wild l>it tnvt lu the
they bring those talents: which the God of per but Railroad bills. und chin )plasters they are thus engaged: it is hopedthut : tolohid guidance, they 11refoll'redfIII of America, frt AI.on the lamo day an election 1
has endowed them with aid in p 1100 lbs' Southern people generally, supply| : e"llh, unylhiiiK! before< captivity ; to U.. held in the counties of this bta .e West of the ". "
nature On the article of Salt tho reduction is paid out in change \\ e have had one ortwo to their hands! siu /It things:: tis.are needed how coullthc)' \\' whether he was to In- $uwuuaeelUvereempudogthasees ad Congruiooalh&tiivt s. +?

the good and holy cause. mill The sacks of alarms and hasty, marches to the bench: .-- tl'IMtl'J They were in a hostile country, h&tiivt, fur oue Kvpreavotatlveto r uid Dla* "
The concert was a complete success.- greater. present rato on 4 .with scarcely time to 611 our canteens: or r .\ Richmond correspondent ol the nul the man utterly unknown to then- rlct in the tint Cougrcs of the Coubderate :lat

Both the vocal and instrumental musio was: I bushels u 50 cents, a reduction of 45 cent haversacks: and remained there for hours Charleston Courier, writing; on, the 2 ttli nit, 'Go on," still: the I.-I.llr, tuko us out ol of'America.he of Prol.ate throughout the SUM e }
per sack: ; almost 100 per cent. Taking an thus speaks of a battle in Wt-stein Virginia this wilderness and wt- will reward you, JI.le due +
('xceUentand elicited commendation forall the : in tho hot, sun, or through. a long night,and abut! which little or nothing blow hereby ordde'tlke are"
:average ot this hole tariff reductions] very leceiv, betray us, all.11 wil your proper DUtC"tbt"Yrrpr 1
engageJ. The Hall was densely! crowded from 30 to 50 per cent., on not even a barrel of water sent for tho hag been snid in the newspaper! ; brains out with my own II III, at the first ducts in their eountie- e ton
ar.d '8a sfactiol1 appeared to prevail range except of I met with gentleman yesterday who nauuer prt-tcrU ed by law aud wake 1 the .
Cotton, which! is fixed at 40 cents 100 troops' stationed on the Maud. None, : sight of the etiemyl' umeto theotliceiif "o
among all. per us wish to grumble at these things-we wax in Major\ Patten' command: when they lie carried them by a change of circ.tiolIJ"wn In Testimony \\' Slcnlr otSte-* 'Ibs) her.t..1 hen.t toy
about tho
; This is
same as was charged
: .
{ were attacked, tour hundred! of them by mountain _
After the concert, the audience repairedto well lung the ; tanking I lihalow bund and caused to be affixed great 1 -
along as as onr money
lat year. The old tariff was$1 03: on bales get very two regiment under, black: flag=no quar: at its bane ; they followed itt [ of HIM busts of Florida. Done at the Capitol.
the Odd Fellow's Hill: to feast upon the up to ;00 Ibs. On bales of 500 lilli", at 40 lasts!, and we have kind friend, 'nt ter given, none asked. O'.e' of them was Ilrl.'ll leaping from rock to rook, and Honieiime: Lsl in the ut etTallahas.eaIbis 6th day Sep.

:.many dainties prepared by fair hands. The cents!, there will be an increase of 7 cents home ; but as we are liable to be called out an Ohio rtrgimciit: the other purporting to wading through lime water, for miles ; then ,- U i881. M. 3. PERRY

)ladies were divided into parties, Sid had bale but the any diy to be shot at for the protection 01I be Kentucky. It was said there was one over a livid and) out into a road soul a wild t) Governor of Florida.
o per dime rate was charged! on I.
their respective tables- cb beating a the lives and property of the citizens, it. Ketituokian in it. Our men killed I tour cheer rung out, ot their joy at this ,mie*I : By the Oovnr-Atet
bales ot 400 Ib"! .,which by the present rates, hundred and fifty nt them,and took thirteen deliverance ,
jtecti'd by a'guard,
occasion that VL1JUE
rams appropriate for the mig- would! give us better gpiiits to knothat L
40 cents per hundred Ibs., shows a reduction primerswithahi. I 'toffitukilledandabout thu[ guide went to a neighboring, farmhouse tecMar1 State 1
gested the festival.' Among. the number ot 33 cents per bale: -quite an item. The they are willing to make their sacrifices.Yours twenty wounded. It took (place a few'weeks alit! turned : with a S.pterbr U'h. .fctNotice ._

was, "Jeff Davis,'*, 'Gen. Beauregard," present rates on Cotton are equitable, asthey I &:; '., JNOli ago; in Western Virginia: aliuut wagon load ot .ly.igb'; name i h
"ilanansas," "Dixie," &.:. The tables were -<=' 0'0- twelve mile from Charleston. This vva* Parson, and the Confederate States Govern .
all!1 arranreJ.! with great! care and neatness, I put the shippers of heavy and light Two HCSDREP 3hLu n-Tblt Haiti.: simply' mentioned in the |iapersaa skirmish. Went should bestow on him their first gold FOUR WEEK3. after dat.for I will apply t tie. '
:' of eonnty.fur
and displayed! admirable taste bales upon the same footingWu / mare Exihange learns, tram undoubted There has been many a brave deed medal. Jfr> order and lrt"te J.lel tell
t _''Wo have not been informed as to understand that the rates from authority' that the expense of the Lincoln [ ertornied there by.our troop which baa "Jow I much* did you eat: that night?/ ]1 Tul'uwing!a tee\e.estate-It't Ko :of A. P
the Jacksonville: are to be ranged upon the Govl'rnrnl'nt.luI'Ing the past four months pissed unheralded.\:! Among; the mountuiiiK, a. my narrator a non of the late Gen bau,'. addition to the tovrnof Mltl.el. ont 1
amolWL realized en the occasion, bat .should same bass, that iI',at It> much per ,mile fur lave: been over: twu hundred millions of away frolltllegrapb wire or mail routes, enl! Ir,in' ot South Carolina. '\YhynotlivDgTai (lug vat and a butt acres, b.lun <. 1,01 ofJuhpU s '
between and three hundred dol.tars forth their achiev.meuivanxiou Ute of U rWIJoloty. dao-
iadge two make the dollar. The great bulk of that enormous; thinking not Bunding; all are ly. ebb Mlows nib. lu. f J,
ulm-h will Sold
whole! UUUnce among
whk-li will l very mateially sid in sup t : sum goes to pay contractions in carrying only to rM their l'ountryof Llc..'8 little a'l: through the night ; but the tlu"k.. ELIZA UAL. CuardUa. '

ylyb:; tQtUns: torlhP| *Je :riou county: rates from Jaeksoavill somewhat lowerthn on the war subjugating the South, Thai: her foes, they are euifcriog uutoM: bard, next'ntornincr after such a breakt'.ibt a I By I-A1C TOWXSE5O. Agent

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3 tSTW: ore anthorlzen For Congress.to announce Mr.' F. R, Ltna THE of UNDERSIGNED flr..t elnnoSIt horse CoAch q'JH' : REYS j PROPRIETOR J Sadie &'Potter'sA .NO ,T' iix Ii'I"cl1 eat' 'i.> ...I:.:. ., '

Went roi'TENa Florl.la fkcindidteto In, the 6rst Confederate represent Congress Middle *And "ivannalii between QUITMAN Main Trunk(the iUllroad.present)WWjJIBm and MONTI".e HAVING: PURCHASEH; THE $ I1t nl!ix I e'. '

V CELLO I These Coaches ron (0 as to conowsti with of Col. Blackburn, I ABOVE1I I JiU. j r6i ;
*. 3P We are reii'ieited to announce JAMES .. ; !
Opt the Cnrs) on both the Georgia: and Florida Railroad i-leased to have the patronage h\" T'J ; ;
t, MOSELEY.: of Madison M icnud, dnte lor Rep It I Is the Shortest and Most Dlrrct route for.Wav., l 'landed to It continued. I have oUo bought a lot of CR'.Ai :
Qrescntire t<> theCon r<><' of (bo Confederate State., era from Havannah. St. Marks,'tt. f4 v new furniture. which will add to the comfort and D\LtAiH. [E ,, LL1.ln V EQjjS" ; .l 1)-'ofJ 'I
from tho \\"c tern D'ulslon tlubtate.' W. (.
: Peroons, leaving Montloello at 7 o'clock] In the e, convenience of tnv < y ;; enlng will resch. :Savannah: at 1 o't1ockttxt\ daY:' liftupplied<<1 with the beat tie market can afford. T VE'l'lItd t'HpeclMlll11\lIounl' to the pnbll fli .
For JnJge of Probate. L. IL MATTA1R.Oetobcf March 2Uh. 1860 ly T hAft aoourtd theservleei of an em -D] AI, RS IN.- :v' : !
_j t5T Thn! frb-ndsof .1. B COI.M.NStake plensnreIn 17th, 1880.' $7SstfWill. :; leant .lul'l.hlldl'ortrnlt Pnlnltr.' Those wlAhlng| ... ,
c announcing\ "him A "ondl.h'e' fur Judfw.of! Probate --'- J la obtain this much admired and durable style y af "" :, "J4 ::.... '
of JeTer( on county, at the election to be held P. SLUSSER [ @Jl ])b.QQJJ[ {] T >9 Picture have on opportunity afforded them tor the ?i

in tctobrnt. .- 'MADISON FLORIDA nrsttlme in Tnllahavcc. The increasing demand l .STAt-ts & fA.np :'n. 1 Q' :
tiwWe: are authorized] tn ftnnounco M. II. -'U.NUFACI'tnXR: OP- for this popular style of (painting has induced ns to :
Ei. TRAIN a candidate for re ilodlon to the office JOHN L.. MILLER, . Proprietor, employ an experienced artist, and we are now pre 1 9'

of Jn.ijji of Probnic. of Jcfterson County, ot the ulca Copper Tin and Sheet-lroOfaresj h. ; ES NOW) Ol'EN to the j public, and the Pro paiedto take : '. '
ton hillel.ohl'r: neKI.lo'on _llJUfv prietorrMpoclfiilly JLi sollcitsa share of put' Ainnrotyr ifclaitivttipt, Plain Photographt." Lift HARDWARE GROCERIES & f '
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL DEXT.KR IXWOIlIvl ronajc. tifT'ie' House.Is situated on the street sized Photograph, t'aUntl Fholographi Jlinia- ,: .
; CLKRK.OF: : TilE COURT.We l n.1ingrrom the public''lunreto the Railroad depot. tore Ph'ttogropli; Photnflrofih in Oil Color .. '\. -. .. '."..::tIf.-'": '. '.
tr: arc authorised, to announc1 THOMAS( -\MD DMiI; (Hlif' :ht w November 17,18(50.( '40- Photoyraphu 1 in'ater\ Colon* and On.t:1oo1.1o.: .. ... ... .... ... "'!' """ '"'- '',.F10r..d.i ji'bo'f

L IMIS "'" Cm: 'lidnte for Clerk of the Circuit French German, English & American Goods. Photograph touched in India Ink. .. .:.. -' ".. ..
Court of JctTer.on County, nt the election in October Home Fnrnishin Articles of Flocuso .onc1. Tb.:1s.: In fact we ore prepared<<] to fill all orders of every --a- a : ". "f'\'i.i" \;:!; :.

next Every Description. ; ) -' every description\ and warrant gfilhf.ict'.on; in every v- '. ', 'i .. >. \ :(.,- !\1 :,.' ?\
; Cif" We authored to announce W. II. ELMs C.; The GreAt Kouthfrii Saratoga t instance or no charge.Daguerreotypes. '
as a cinditue fur Clerk of the Circuit Court of STOVE HETo-QUARTER a. of Deceased Persons T. 3. CIIACr' SONS!'! pcetfu11y Inform: the public\ that they .Imvo"rec.lved.; :,their; full 1 iiok*0(. "

$.1 JcTor: : : sue and colored la oil floods have selected and wlllb sold at PRICES that will full ? -
n'jt. WR and ROOM sroVES. to'eatrI : Enlarged to any equally III Our been carefully not togive SATIS." ,
Cooking '
nied with neatness, and warranted to irivc pcrfeutMtl ( PiKlilUJS! ? O }.Q1 well ns from life. FACTION to the moat careful purchnwr. Weyelpcctfully solicit an examination; feeling sanifxilne\ that -
ron SHERIFF.C3S" : "Restored and it will result iu our receiving a portion of tho cuatora of the citizoni. of Jefferson and dj' tnUouBti,i,' .
bo Old Gleaned
ftiction.! They can shipped. with Situated ;'Ac Junction. of Rorkiiand Joi..hollf>frrt/ Paintings: "" .
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i. We nro anthorlred. to announce VALE of thecountrv.GARDEN '* ; J-'l'orirln. Je .... .... a '. ; ... **? .t-
any part w' fnfdij Creeks in Taiihr Cmmly eqtialla.d6:1vie Those wl'htnjr t'nrtrnlls'lI1l'lpn"* leave their! ." .. .., ,
: TISH CLU.M I Candidate, for Sheriff of Jeff .
r. ,
asti t AND FIRE andnrpae" by none of tht IfineralWa'trt orders Artist will remain the .oj'p: J'I.,
eaton, as our not duriifg "
e fj'i County at the election to be had in October Rotary Suction and Force Pumps with Rubber in the Southern Statci,upon all lint son'on. OUR STOCK 13 Att NEWt AND CONSISTS, 1'( PART, OF,, 'l'': ._ ..'. .
next. r '" >.
:1 A Hoei attached,. for nupplyin!(: Plantation Engines Chronteor Nervous Distant, Gen We have nlcojiirt Introduced A new nnil<<1 beau'ifii] '
tJr\'nrp authorized and requested "tonnntmnce with wotor.from wells,cUternJ,Ac.: ; Engine Smoke trnllJebilitl. Dytptpma, ke. style of oil colored, Photographs called the DIAPIIEVOTYPE "'I _, La.c1..1.cs'. ::i!" ,: .:.: : :
T. II. HUIWT as i a Candidate, for' shl'rla'or Jeer Stack, made to order. ...' 1'1IF.( subscriber is running/ ,. which arc tlnlvl'ronl1y admired.
son County; the vleetion October nut.C.Sl'IIUT& JJf.Sliop Work of oviry'' descriptlon\ .1ui.'hy) Comfortable! Two How'' ,_ ;. I View taken in any nart of the country at short SPRING & Spl\\ l'I.gR DRESSGQOD'; ',

FOH TAXCOLLKCTOB.Mr. : the very best workmen. All*or Jers "promptly I ) attended Hack from Station No 1nil thc___ _ notice. Views of bu.IMAI hoil e or ic.ideneMUkon _' _
to. ','; renxacoln it Geo.-gln Railroad, to Bind Spring, : and colored, if oV.ircd. Sizo20l. >y Itt inches.AnibrjtypMttiid ..' .
,'" W DVVID WALKER I is re p etfully an TnlUlmwec, February {, 1860.;. 'U.l .;,. twice n week, meetlnif tho train on Monday and) Melninotypo, fill sizes find prb'es Fancy Silks ; French, English;: :in.it American: Prrtii
,t{ nonneed a eaididnte for the office of Tnx.'Jollptor Thursday evenings and will take paMen ers to bin, Jaconets nnd Lawns: [ :( FIMd: nnd Check GinffhnmsrWhite : ; : ': '
of Jelfcrson Couuty, at the eleetinn' to \ way Orcnjulines! find Colored\ '
,/ October next MANY FRIEND3. t :WoRK: I t WOUKII the nltfht., and carry them through to the Spriiiff December, I860. 43 ly : ; MarseiIIoj; ."fPliiin
and Chocked :
Dcrcgcs ; Striped LlwntV
on than next till)' ; returning on Wednesdays. mid S :
I j' Jordan 'FuHord, Saturdays.! He would r..-[>-.fully solicit a liberal NoticeNoticdNotice.Call Linen Goods of every .description: &c. : :t'f ,, :
flJtcdh Clncllt.ll. patronage.. Fare tbiotigh. $5,00. COTTO.\"ADn PT.AID3 AIm STRIPES- TICKl\O.. APKOX ,CHECKS" '

_ ___ -_. June llilhICI. 3m -' [EIRZ4. JOHNS:\! N, BIRD A CO. hove plnce ULAY AXDVVVK LiyEXf PILLOW CASH LtHSir *' **
'll in httn.lsall the Notes and belonging
my account ,
Application! fur Discbargc. o A'B.PEJ.\TTEB... ., Fair ''Vtlrutll r ; to said; firm. for collection and settlement WJIT ffi': @ @:D ?Z aD [ : TI ndTID: DF[ 'E\'crpl'9 t ?

MONTICELLO, ; i'.. FLORIDA] El1SONS are hereby forewarned, aqntni cuttinata tho'elridcbted I Ii>J note will (dense call on me ann '
SIX MONTH aftr d.Ue I nh.Mt preient mfinal the 1)( 'woo.l pr tre pa slun upon tho tract of land. en'ly tiny, nnd! settle the same. ; I those liuli-btet Swiss: Jaconet, Dimity and Linen Bands ; -Triznmhigs.Lact.ct.s'
w..at.1IM.t thatt
,and I respectfully public\ ;
a coant voucher n. Admin .trotl'ix of the ... knotrn ns the "Walker 1'hw." I am determinedtoYrosecntenny by account will cull at the store of Johnson McCam : !
EitMrtoi llobcrt 0. llnrrt ht. of fi'Tjon County Im-c for the year 18rtl- found it I Culhbert anil settle l 1.n..t... or lIIolle '.'- Prompt .
and iini
on ln-5pii!
defeated. U> the Hon. Jud, {.. ol rebate of laid. Employed a number ,of.Hands, bp..ri.111Innrl.| You every must per not\ ext>ei to eet: wood attention la peotfully; reqiterteti l, ns the firm are Manias Hoop S Skirts and Corsets in great yarietj:{ .: : : ;
W j
art be .
c..unlylInd discharged: from -the. admtniHration wttbbut, paying for It. IL K. WALKER. anxious M arrange their bin'meM.. "'me satiifaeto ..,. ; ;:
of Mid Btfnto.EUS.UJETII. frthae of currying ha House Buildingand
purpose Io'rel 18th GI. !etfJOHHSOcCnllNHUTIIIiERT tiiaiincr.aMooii a'I"'iLle.IIII,1! firm. haing, % been -- .
:tI "IIUR' >T", Adm'x.. icnenil Carpenters l 101l.IIIC>!>, on n lar: ', Bcale. II dissolved ry I by, tho withdraw of Ocn. D. 15. Uird.Vo .- Linen: Table.l( Cl.)ths, Towels, *apWns and 1)nyho's: ; Dirdu Eye nnd IInckaaekDpor: i a-; .
rnrcb-16:1841 11m Any \toik entrusted to b1e will be'dimc, \ hope, therefore all inleto.tod will enll imtncdiately Oil Cloth and Table Covert, KngliaU and ArafricanlIosiery"TjJgM i *fc -

a Substantial Neat and with sand iiiiike the arrangements. ,_I _
3XTotioo.:: Dispatcllrnnh : ; [ 'neee.atry ,. ",, "*'_ .''If:: f.
\V. S. PILttOIU'H.Miy4.nct. .
!: bringing Wool to.thn r.ct,1rlor the I will guarantee to rlv O tntUfactlon'ln' every "
PERSONS I I< \ |II 12tf!! ] Alt'\,' nt Ll\v.: :; ..
;.: ] of Imvin it minufnctjiic'd, mm* Instiincf. I luvo Inenrrod a h.'avy expense b.the !1' .'. strccEssons' TOJOflSON.R2fl1) .... .;, .
; 4- have their names iirandud, on their bna.; I will J>ire of hmid and, comcquenlly am in )hope) II lib .. & co. BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING.
f4 not be rc'pon ibl for any brought not thin brandd. ei-nl! piibliv will! extend to men e ofpntrataate.! '*! '
,; Nothing' under, one hundred p')\ind< will! bit re'eelved 1 \\ill enlll..et for work In nnyWortiou of .IcltVr- .. ; -CEALEn3 IN- ,Jo.esoiolx O. Tftyloa, FDESHDfG GOODS/-:
,.* for manufacturing' Into el ''th. son or adjoining: eouutlcs and, will do it nuns. f.iii. ; MONTJOEU.] j \ 1 IFLA."lONlTNL'US I ., :
J. GlLMHlt, Superintendent. and Hlicral( terms a< any one "''lIIpn.iI.1.1\ ,>. Dry Gdd'q*, Fancy nnd Dres Good:: / : to e.irry on (lit above business I III .
} August 31st, 1861. 29 4n Persons at ft dUunco vtiihlnj; House*,\1/iiU\ repnirlii Hardware Crrocorics. \J nil iu \branches and wilt be receive -
!}, or IIn.Ie.. rlrllon of work In my tutu can .. lotl.lng, ;, I'lell.ert Of c'crkinl, Sllt'l.. ns Droml Cloth, Cnssimerc, Slilrt*, Silk, Merino'and Cotton Un<3 r-.

Storo for Sa1.o. .uddre inint'Monti''ullo[ I'loridi, and.tliey.ttlil! r.&' ,N' Cvockcrv' Glasswaro' Boot?, II portion work of\; done the la nitronmi'; us ijooj' '! style of lint ns public.ean\ be ncconiplUhedbynny Ornnmental Shirts and! Drawcra, :Scarfs: Tics, 1'ocketJIant1kcrcmkto. : ) ;, Jlove! Snsponder, &..,''icY**.

I.- I aMIE nnder -M cclvc t-ruiniit attention. .- Shoe3 Uat3 Cnps, Book? one I at that Si itch! Entire s.itlfna Untriminctll5onncts? Flowers. Ribbons '
JORDAN FULFCHD.: ;L;: Uqt1chl't! : &cI .
the mUCK .
: terms lion U 4 iariinte"d III every e iso, and work done on: -**** :" "" "
t MCMM. P. S.-I have alto htirud All t-vcellent welllljjKiT; it iStationery; : Watches "
$ djolning Marvin' ant recently occupied by ,. reasonable tcrm. and
Ilerrlng Pennoll it :Sliclico.: It \\i eltu tto.I in nn cx> and would therefore bo, Imppy to receive nr t.s'to c Jewelry, Ac. &c. >:;.?. I Ito wlll1ik ",lie superintend the making Boots Shoes, of Eve-py des ripti n., '.
.cllent },1I.luc Bnttons flriishic't
Munttcei1o..pril, 18\11.\ 8-tf / n'J Coml 'fIlPS; 'TlI\'s. 'Fancj'sd-a1:;;;r -
ilrabla piece of For (urthi.iparticulara January lith. 1801.! 47tta: l
apply to property. 0. W. IICRRINU. ,. .. ; rVli. 41 li. 18rti). BllySSfKI Cogn\ IIt.ir: Oil, Fil1c AI.tide! 1':113: lifleII$, Cah: &c. :, F ,'" ,

Montioello. August .11, 1SC1. 2 Jtfft 1.. DOZtln.!: JAMU=; 'l"lJROOME.L ; :.. l.l WIL'F'nl. ."; t.t:' OEO. S. UOUX.Bfoux .,' t:> : WJE3EJ1. 7. : : : -'

JtlILLEltS.UUtTI0IU; Dossier & Co.,. .* &' |Co. orohl\n.1: : : 'iti1cx": Wood and Willow! Ware, Hardware, Tin Ware;, cutlery, Crockery,. Trails'JrCL.VSS i,: :

-.t-a.1) PEAT: EJJ ISn.'nclIulc -
?! ..... '. &' PATTE stjccrssoi:3; :A MILLERS: TO RCTOHSfc\ COMMISSION MERCHANTS -R Receiving-- aod 'Fofwarfliog i Agents, ClfI.hln: : WARE. NAILS.SADDLEUYUMBRELLAS, WALKING STICKS."' .i--'"*" .

; 01 Cotton Factors, Commissioa Merchants and 'LIti.tNfNt: LA. ... *-_ ANDjpr*.,'. AND 0 ENTLEM EN'S },'I.n li.m O 0(IOD37' We wUt! nut keep "n banal: mi tht'rll sllppl.r; (RZ&OVII C... elicit as Fh.'urSugen!: C tru.,Till
March 16th. 1881. 5 ly Crackers, l'iokleA; 1 reservem. Spice. Salt "
l'tpper Ginger> g"np, F'c.h I'eaehiue. I'lnot' \pl'le... Tomtmtoem
,. '.olO 1'Ojl iFl&} ({Jr AMO, Gshcral: Connnis-iion ;Mercbant9, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ..... 8..I"'UII"' [1.b'atama. ()yatt'rm aol 4a-"Iinem.: ill cnn. toetlier with thp largest! wlIl'l'ly..I the- varIous LI'Anc!

.LIDUEWJ.)1ILLER, } Application for Discharge.SIX : .. ri't'utu14l1nD, Fh' ..,, : [ET': ALWAYS Veftlnjr Fancy keeps on Conllugs.hand Ch.athsCuemimnorom Ac.lilchliel I Ii. 01 the, ill\'t'rhe.t 1:flU description.j ever l'I'ol\gh, to \I"'ltl\lollo' whit IIIIY quantity. ut 'roiiceuonio. of. .,wt.let.i.. of

WAfTEn MinEn: 1.8AVAMMAH, GEO, XloNTIH after dvto I lmll,, prenttttnv final! :T SpecIal' Attention, given to the sal of Cotton prepared to miika up to ord.T, In a worLman-lik ruSt Til **lVrClt-W: have 1 lii.Iln: stock of GENERAL: PLANTATION SCTPUCJ '

_t UI'ity j. PAUIUMOI-.E, ) ne..nuttlln.1: vouchers. as Administratrix "of the "[oro.'. Hides, and, Produce )ganernlly manner and (tat tho most rensouablq" terms. tSfViKYin'. uouiidiint that' oar prices; cannot fail to Mtiafuctlon! :
gIve we rcspoctfullv soll
Uitnte of :Stephen: Llilitiey. Into of JelTerion County nCotton and other niorehandUo forwarde.lwliltenre February' 2r.th,18I\O.\ ,,, !.1)' .. Giretasmitriail.{ "- .t patroimer!
-0- ;t'
deceased to the Hon. Judge of i I'rohnte of saidOoiu'ty. and dl'pntch : ; .(.f.""J. cllACB'*..SONd-- ,
nKrEncsoKs : nit.! .ask t>' bo discharged from the Admin February 2:1.: 1861. 2.ly BOOKS nOOKS !11! "pri127tb.'lStll. 37'Jcly: tf. v;. W. 6
lion Jimei' M IJikcr, Lake City, north, ts'.ratlon of add Estate. ... "i ",' *" JfpR"

John R Stapler I:'q. llninllton Flori'Ii ,JANE LTGIITSE ,Aani'X., S METALIO BURIAL THIS 1 Kn n6w feature wo hiva Introduci'd the .--" ..,' ._ __ mu __ .. _
i. lion II H I.Hike, 'ilionrmlllo' Georgia March 16, 1861 6m CASES i.1',*.r Montioello.. It is Ini-onrciilent f..r
:' E" lI"n.J LSowttrl, ", -- the pcoib, to fend' by miiil, for ev"ry'wOl'k they "EXCESILOl-1. :;;" '
A7 S Alex! Smith. KM: : II II 3j may no-'d, ; thereforli we 11I1hro..JClat out a few .

.. M E I'arrninore. !Lj.\ Quitman a--D._ volume of the !Stiindard Vt'orks of time country, .w-.,'. '-....... ............' .... .. ,
J Camway ::Smith Eo'l JUdion. rinriilA : and a* the cane may ,demand will ln<'rea .4 "- M CII""" ". H" .. dock. AniiMi' our lot inny. be r..un.1Ihllkl"l"'lIr'.I'I..li'ul '
: ,
..f' E J Vann, E*q.i. .. SUPKUINTEXDKNT'S: OFFICE :,\ ALL slztoc iistuiathy' .on band and for sale by :: I Works, J JByron's -' !:r1860.: (t .iso.M; :!;.
SIMMONS.Montlcello )
Simeon Smith Eiw:: |. \-nlI,..".. Georgia TALLAHASSEE .PEN. .OEO. B. BTTALLAUAS } : I'n"lleol'ork.; ) \, ", ,
Major, It C Yunnc.' Thotniu Cniinty, Georha. EI:,. June 8, ISO!., : Fla., March 22:!, 113'J.! ly Mo ire's I'oetleal Works; ," '.
'* llenr Uickinsiiii it I r.i.'runioro M;, \ Fbi.t Homer'a I'oetleal Works J "
August 2 tth, ISdl., 28.ly: O N and after ont'ly..June' I7th, 1860.( Pusellgel' H. J. Tayloi> Scott's l'tictlualVniiam; ) "
Trains this HOII.1.Viii follows -
ou run as :
: ;;; Sale of Public Luiiils U\VK' ARRIVE: OOM3S31333ON) ] R3 : FW)1ANT) Coopers]Itnrn's Poutlval>chcnl Workll Win')ks" ;; iIihAS: U UJR;

Lake City. ... .3 a. rn.mti ello. .!>.13 a. ro. -ANti- Bon halt ,","', \Vork; ,
..l (Jhg t tho Geo. 1iOiiilary: : Line. 'flll1nhn..ce... .11 ." 1'1.. I'mllr or 1'I\t .

& : JVTurCE l Is ht'rebyglven that on Friday the 4th ; Tallahaswe, 11,29! St. Mill ki. .12.50p.m.: Receiving and Forwanling Agent, I I'lincoof; tlie U"II'O nf David ; '
St. Mark,... 3 Tallahassee. Tie! 'Throne of David RECEIVED HW-
: ': 'j-- *!> ,4.J.iy. UotobiT next. I will; offer: fir ule at p.m. .FERNANDINA.FLA, ;
TalluhuMue: C Ocklockoneo, 0 And other works 'too numerolt.to mention
)public auction; in my olQia nt Tallalianaee, nil the ,, II .. J2?" Agent for VJharleston Daily Line of Steamer ninny '

'; t-. .'v,HI\1l1.urvP\e nlQngthte,}btrinltry 1 nidi: in'line the fraction between Klurida TowuahiptUin and .1 5 S\ ." Lake Montioello' City. ... 7,30 1 a. m. February. 23.1801. .. :2-ly/ With n few of the-TlIa.'TIUm-mo.t Interacting works: ,of TIC i'J' @ @ @Jf}

Gcorm.;, wUiuh uii the! t'tli' d.iy January lust, b .. Cnnnectln'' at :Montlcelln with :Stage: bite to am} .... TION[ now before the American people. ('IIUnt the m\fl) I

.,._.I lon .,j ta the United! State* America.. from' Orooversville. with the!Savaunah" Albany .Professional Cards new store rf T. J. CHAl'EVr SONS.: 5'
end Gulf Itlilro'L.1 I to Savannah at the O \loekon Moiitii-ill.i, Oet. 27th, ISt'.O. :: '
,- : "t7'eruif C'JiA -N.itlilix received In payment for ; ,.. ...... 87-ly. .. iMCRACINQ! ALL THE XEWSr ;: _.
siLl Und etecpt gold and allv..r. coin and the bill *>.. River with Stage to and from Qulney nll.ll1t St. -, .' "
solvent. bank .Miiiini'im twice one dollar and Murk' with :Su: :;e, which will leave for Newport on : PHYSICIAN'S CARD, r v 4To X vov'x n it vTALLAHASSEE ,

arrival of the cars and return .before the.train. :
tvcnty.tlvecenti per lieN
4.. ?.I'er-wn deVirin\
-. that thh! aIvertLwnieut not relate Loan)' lundirranto Ti>o resfiilar Stage Lint from Montinadlowill\ retimed to Montluellu, peetfully 0 JIN OA Ji D I", Proprietor gp. 'Q }, } ,
leave Oroovervilh the arrival of tho 7.30 UAVINO
1 to the State for tho of SchooU, upon
purpojoi hU services to bU friendsand<<1 the pub-' ; 33 :.
EXGl x I'::;,rrotll f 6 to Horse Power, .'- :
P. M[ train but wh-tti lx offer for Grooversville -
.bomlrmrio its us
: or Intllrntllmprov'lUenUlIor: to ; ninny STEAM 'ff'
SWUIIIl'anJ lie, In the ij Mediulne and In their
Surgery! : I.) order .rthe bet niatcrlul tind workmanship
Overflowed Lan.!.. an extra stuige will leiwu !Montlaello, upon : wo.
-C. val'lou.r.lIche.\ itecideticu at Mrs. A. 1'uliiierXMontieello rODEnES "
and as cheap us can be purchased Yew
HUGH( A CORLEV, the arrival of the !9,45 A. M.; thus glvini families _
July 2''), 1861. 23-tlj: ,, .
and of aln iu dn Yolk orunv "I'lhl'rnI"'lInd: laid ilownIn Flori :
nn .
Register of Fublij' Land*. purties opportunity! .S'WELL.AS'llS 1AUGE f _
? l'SlAt USE.OJ \ -
da. CASTINGS' Saw Hill, .
for Gin Georini ta.
,. For the State: of Florida. No train will be run on'Snndnv.C.T. Or. .11. ( cou.lllnll baud. Mill from
W.SVFAN, ) on Sugnr 12: to Iginihes -
Angst 10 ISfll. 20-till-Oct. 4 Sup't. [UmO\'ED.TO TilE TOWN OF MONTI.CELLO .. PJ iNTATffOrV AND HEAVY
June 15th 181. 18 tf HAS in 11i"10:1' nlio) on han4 or made to order.Som GOODS '
: : Notice lre-ciuptioii CIi.hm..t. fur I Ib" I'rnctico of meiHctnc.. ....""tHul patterus of IRON HAILING for T". "'..__. : 't -' ,,-

l. fi'tar the Otoryia Jiouitdary Lint. SPQc:1n1.: N'o1:1oe.egm :: 27 Cm Grave, Yatd,WORK AaJOIilU.XO of nil deseriptlonj executed- -CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES. ,:HATS AND: CAPS e'a, '.-\ (

EVERY penon entitled the riirht of Tro-emp. with neatness and despatch.. All orders addressee] .
:- any of the Lands in the fruuttoital, Tf wneMpsadjoiiiinith T. J. :UULEI, to Julin Curtly, Tallalmiuep, Florid.will be promptly '
6 i- \ .Ieorg''Ut Rjimdiy Llnnii. r q'll- attended to. J3rTERMSC\SII:: _ftS ]tr WARE CClElp ,GrOCERIES, de.. .:

,. rei to eabiblUli the etiiua before mn and nmko i p)'. : and after March 23. 1861.( the regular Train [Q) (Ofl IT Q TT yMONTICKI Nov. 8, IStiO [39-lyJ JOHN CARDY.IWotloo. ." .-'.,,-,'- -- -,'-.,---- -.,--,-.,--- -- .,,,--,,-,------, -,,---,.-- -. -, .-....
;: ment therefore at my olftjt In Tall.ihniwa.! as ....<>n ON now running from }Vtrnnnjipa to Uronson I.O, FLOKIDA, ",
4 aipractioiiblit after eeeini this notice ant before will\ ou Satttirtiiyeeatittinue. to Cedar Keys: arrlt'in<; : :: These (Goods are a* GOOD A\r ( and will bo 801J .M.
the fourth div of October next, otherwise such at I li')1. Thence returning will Heave Cedar ''TILL.PlLtCTtCEin all portions mv ulwenco at I'rnsauolu. brother, JUALI1'J
claim will b41 (urt.ittd.J' ICeyi: lit4 A. M., far JJroiuon an 1 Fernaudiuu, on of I-ist and Middle Florida. I'' DURING W.\LKtlt.lomynulhol'lzell: toy agent to LOW IX PRICE as .cau ho obtained any lou e. in :ontceto"aud;; :

HUGH A CORLEY. Mondays, June.80th.) 1800. 20-ly I transact any and all business my huhulC' all articles not ns represented can be i-eturned. "
4 Register I'ublio Lands for Florida. bUaiu.rs will beat Cedar Keys on the M. W. WALKER. October '
following" A. erlr, '1. !)., Montlcillo, 13, I860. JJm 33TT3D3D _
Aug. sa. 1861. :!8-w7t0J3SO1.UT3OM 6th '
., 11)1. C?*" Having removrUoMonttetlHtlorlda 1 \ will I'I April 1801.___ __ n___ n_ ___ 8_ tf .
!If;: [ r? FOR NEW ORI.EAX3.: ron KMarch WJ..ST.: continue the Vravtlce! Medicine<, in all Acute and Insolvent Estate Notice : .:J
March 2S, ----------
t : : IS. Chronic Diseases.. lie may bo found nt all hours -------- S
,COpnt..1n.orsh:1p.: : Aunt 1'1111,128, : : April Sand 18 when not prnf..iulll1lh.III.nt,. at hi. renldenee.on STATE OF FLOJ tD.D.! .\\'ID WALKER AdJajirmu '
'lIE Coportlle""lp III the Tract lea of Medicine. May' Hand 23, : : Moy' 4 and 18, the. South-w corner ;i-f the Publio Square,' West I Cvunty.y f minUtrutor of the Estate:: 1S60. Fall and .18'6
". ,;. '...- '' .ber..t"r"renlotlng between the and. rslj>iied. Juno M and 23. : : Jane Saudis. of Col. Rlackburn'a Hotel. of Joel Walker late of said countv. deceaned having Winter Trade. .
t: ;. tinder the name am) .k'\ie of Doctors. TAYLOR & July 11 11 and 28. : : July .41111.1 18< February 18th 186i. J-ly : filed in toy office a writt..lloue;,!: < PALMER U dUaolred: by Dr. I'ulmcr's going; to Am It and 23, : : Au .4 Virginia mSurgoou of the 2nd Florida' R.. hlleol. $"I't. 11 and 23, : : Sept. 4 and 18, ; A. C. .M"-<':uils, '1. 1>. notice.I. hereby'' given to, all persons :
The duuolutlon to take effect from the 1st of Jaiumrv and Trains will regularly conne .t. leaking Bronson t having vluiiusor demandi pilnt said, deeeiued MARVIN -
jI list Dr. authorized., 110 M03OPAT II 1C P.UYSICI.N & W P. :
past. Taylor to coll.'ct the and. Cedur K.a. above file th'ellliu, the ullice of the Ju.I;" of I'robntwof
'.,; tteian4Aceoutitecltietothe' late lirlll ; end tlioe Round Trip Tickets rl'Olullll regular Stations can Jfitnlici Hot flo) WJ. : said County, on or before tha first 01.or Decembernet J l" .
:{ indebted are earnestly requested' to call on him and be hud reduced ,
''1' July 18. 135':>\\1.' np9-ly! when there will be Ill.ro rata distribution uf '
pay their dues as weuved m..ney.nd wish to wind J. E. ,
LAflKIN. the n."<.U of said deoeased, aiiioiitho i-reditors "-
up the business of the firm at an early da.\'. 1801. [* mm '
Aprils ml Eng Agqp't.ATTAUIIMEXT \ Dr. U"laert SOt, thereof; and at whleh time llu'aid Da\iil WuILerwill .

.. T.B. M.W.FALMEK-TAYLOR, NOTICE.Johnson. 3OXIICELLO( : FLORIDA, !npply.t.ite.for a. discharue from M. ll.STUAIN.Jud'eof the administrationofsaide .( [ L ., -. .- ICLQT1IING

ilonticello, August 9th, IfiOl. M-3m\ it C *OtTirs b1.I'rol..olul1l1\i\Services; to the citizens T '
Bird Co. ) In Jefferson Circuit Conrt. i'ri'lmte.: @@
VS. VSum:! .. of Montlctlln and! vLI.ilty.March May 23th. 1861. 15-Om '
J. B. COLLINS sworn to. ...*::1I9 73 lTI I Wm1
Thomas "[ CaI1. ) Bund ... ... ... 699! SO L. JS1: 6m > 1 .5.
.- ( &J GE4TFOR TilE DEFENDANT and all others interested are Um.S. Oitworlli, UN1 : *
ALABAMA 'NSURANCE COMPANY hereby notified of the commencement: of this. tuip A TTOR"EASP: : II VYE 1'1.1"",.) all mv Livery ..a1.1".peuunl.ln. '., 'A '
.* ,.op:: OF MONTGOMERY, returnable to Full Term uf Jofer! .oa CreuiCourt: ; tIme laaiiaiIn mat J. U. COLLINS:\, Esq.: for colleutioi
and to appear,and pleid to tlie '11m., .. Jf nt '.>/IOj JThriJtt and all wrena. Indebted. .
; ; | are urgently; solicited
Are prepared to tale lire" Kisks at the usual rate.. JOHN WEST, C. C.C. MiddleCirf to tall uuin him and. \ settle tattLer by cttbli or Hardware, Groceries, IronIiI; $ ; !:;. ." :
Charter Capital,..,.,'..;..,$300,000( June 22.1861. ao> \\fILLpraeticeintheCourlsoftbc n >te. I eta ubsent with the Yulurteer... and am = :; .
cult of Florida'.andlathu DUtrivt of
Capital paid la.,.. ...$150,000E.H.MErCALP.Sec'y. Court therefore desirous that this business"should be closed "'
I W, 0. BIBB. fre.'t. Fresh Lime.MadeinJefaoCoufitFla. the:March United 15.:States: 18.19.: -ly up. 11. K. WALKEK. HATS, BONNETS, PLANTATION GOODS, URN1'UItE&j .
March "
9. 4'11'I. June 8th. 1SS1. '
:_ 17 tf : ;
INSOLVENT ESTATE NO ICE. '-. : *] t.G. rife .JE\\'l ]LUY: t ; "\ ;
| > JEWELllYJJ! # i,, : ;
AT LAW lUonticcllo.F..t. ,
,I. STATE 0? FLORIUA, HENRY! KIRKLANI) .. Of "urse a etore would be on.iderej In. : : .
Jtftrton Coua'". I admiuUtratur of the it 'Ih"2rt1iln<-d 1 krs m st.intly on han I .ar-ge JlontitUot Florida :'J onT''t' wllhouthi.; idpeuMble requiIteti .. .>
tate of James L KlrkUnd. lute of J lferson Couptr.. qie'tttt'mattfFrea4i! ) I im.-, ar1, 1 "ill forward the came AprilZI.1839. _! >a UidvVnr. Jentleinan'. drfo, 'so we We.take. pleasure! : tnn\outlu! our friends and patmonsand tLe public gerallythat .;-

" deceased having filed intha 1'ruljute. OflW a written i T fr. R lilroad t1tiYsisceaaiUe point on very rc .ly )have l.rouiht' out a variety uf good Jewelry, sued HW re flow rccvhing orr Stock of ._. 'If
ang e tion that he b.-liev<. the e>ut of eajdJanms .. ai :le terms. "i RiiiK Uwis111ns, .
IJiihljr1I & IVl! lr, as Fancy Al'tl.""' .t'blll..li.\.1\ a ,. ., .
+ ;
L Kirkland to inujlveut_ i I AIIV > ii. nt Ire.scil to meat utIti-llo.: Florida and Silver W etches ( which, be found t .
tr I VTherefore, nolle is hereby given to all persons S iil receive prciur't aittTtlon.JOHN.M. ,,ttorneyt' at Law its Solicitor in Chancery! theeelebrateil) AmeieanVatch among ,) Pens may and PvuailsAH & JT1 @ @ ) (

bating claims aguinst the call 1 t-atato. to apfwar and! RAYSOR. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. : of which will be ....\\.Ill. a llvlo prle.. byj .- .. ( 'b JI ( [ .
!, file the same with the Judir uf Prolal.or01\ tebtt\lor 9th. U4!!. 1 "( K) flWhiy'h
f1 ( TILL practice in the Supr..lolllrt o the TnJ CIIACE; : & N I NS,
Cuuuty on or before the third dj.\ of February next. .1\ Mortkello. October have been : care'and attention tl1'af4.i
1 ,' Mute, in the United States District Court $7 18i a7-Iy looted with great and which fpr < hip
whit there will be .
j t fund belonging to said a rro-rata&t.ire am.'plth., \ .. at creditors tIe. John M. Palmer, tur the Courts Northern"Uhe DUriet Middle of and Florid Western I, and Circuit in the Circuit C. G. rite, -- ti'iittV'v l>rfk\ to be un.urllt'"J{ in fliis ,'idniy. 'YI totirtauexaniiuatlon" icUipg'a* I

' thereof; and at which time the mid JItney -Dealer in- IfcIHOVISIOS the Stato 0.IMS.1ONER" for North'L'urulUia.: IUI.t. that 1'j rltult in rectjvinga bhare ;patronage .1 t 5i! *'
. CSfOulce the At.turney to take
:: Capitol. oppwlt a<
h,; Kirkland will apply fur lit discharge. from the ad AND GROCERIES, OenemrsoWcai! C kiiUdraeiil; proufatif lk vd> aiilMortajj In our itt>ualwhich I stoi-k, kp are also! rcccinng a aw J.? *.

I I" nloutratioa of NolJ tsuu.T =1IIt THOMAS BALTZELL. A. J. PEELER <-. oa Lands ite, a.)JiaiuUter ouiU. er/ *riu tiou. we offijj; at tjaljate r\.t., ,
M. H.
STRAIN. : l.II... (,'11\\ef Justice 8. C. and Uk depoiitioiu ie. As aro iu Lh'C9LtotNarkct. .

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