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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 21, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
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VOL. III. ION1'ICELLO, l1'LOltIIiSl.1'URD1 Y, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861. Noe 32'


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REPORTED BATTLES.- n circumstantial! : account.of the total wreck Written for iha family FimenI. [From the liiolimonil. Dispatch,Sept. 10th.] TUB Tlttieon.-It is' rendered certain

'he t2iI1 lritlUl What fearful few" month The the HI.I (N. C.) Tribune, that
; of the privateer Stinttcr, on the Island: uf a change a s Chaleng.J.r says bo\o'
During the week our exchanges have Trinidad the 20th nt 01 have wrought in our much, loved land !- ten days!! at Generals on :a :Methodist preacher, by the name of Ta)". 4
on August. One
,
brought us! telegraphic news of several bat ) How "hol'1 time since all was! blight and lololno 111\1 offered battle to the lot, who was! with the troops ntllattcrasnsa ,
Jid'( Jtutitia rust Coflom" the crew, whodeyertedsays the's..d wn teacher traitorous
have done havemade itifl acted
tics in whether jOHIUS'II'llh the smile' of Peace 1 Hat enemy. ') : more-they spa part
Yirfeinia.'e cannot say: most probably) : intentionally\ wrecked by the! 'prophit foretold, ', had: a voice fronIIoaen the lender with every 'circumstanceof almost too atrocious for belief 'As nearly

F. K. FI LDCS, Editor. they arc true or false, but publish them aa: ..ellorthJII, of tho crew. : warned ns nay ot our approaching: des' insult and provocation. They have us \\I can come nt time facts it appears thnt

they reached us : ---. .. !.....- __ olation, how tt.Wonl,1 have hl'lie\'cI1- taken possosion' of I time eminence commnn in n movement of f the troops from Fort;

A'\VnoLE SOKET KMT" WEEK.-: Business Ct-AnKsvitt-E, VA., Pcpt. 12.-A battle FROM I'ESS.\COI.\-TII Columbus Sunleu'h'i How few of those who ha\1 pa ding tho enemies' fortifications, nnd they CIII k-some say: before tho firing commenced -

continues remarkably! dull, nnd wo arccertainly commenced Thuisiiny': afternoon near UIII. : that one day: last week "the oflicr-r days in the Sunny South, who know tin have flittered the flag of the Contedrac; while other accounts would seem to indicalo -
in addition ; depth or the and southeri in full ,'ieot thc "'hill e'nll.1 tin that it must have been after that
not justified incurring merville.! Rosenerantz: after making reconnois.iuce in charge of the harbor Police, (near: Pen WI generous Ion
rather than listen : : found "Floyd's 11'11Lhe heart, would have: believed that e'o\) fl \ Capitol. They have: 'niI Ii. willimpunity. event-he lg1e. behind the troop till ho
al but
expense!! .,to complaints sacoln: ,) were suddenly. made] to feel tineaRV < half in the
thousand short months should have i Tlu; has: no bad: fallen: a nnd a rear.
(?) with fifteen fieldpieces away \l' enemy mi(
from men who ought to be more (?) entrenched strong in a power.ul itinn by thc1I1CCI.tllill whereabouts) : mystciious would he plunged! in tho In"l'll ; of civil symptom of resentment.' Ho has Ilel.II\ He then gave th1 come signals to tho

reasonable!, we will next week resume the on the top off a mountain on the west bide disappearance: of one of their Guard war I But our rights hate: been tl'\IJlc,1: '}IockCtodtheinsult and refused enemy, probably! : lH'rnncertet, who sent a

,.publication of a whole sheet. of Gau'ey' river, both fbnks being inaccessa- boats, containing nine men." upon, and shall wo remain lange.: boat ail took 111 to. fe't.
...
Notice is nlso given to subscribers who ble, and the tiot of the mountain tiny ked It was alerwards! ascertained, that the hands: and await time I oling destruction !? 'The whole country was on tip-too of : :
by heavy batteries and jam le. A No wo will aiise and GOt wiw expectations n week ago fora great battle ; "Ion, ot the Baltimore: Sun! conjee ,
indebted unless immediate
are that they make strong who had. mysteriously
men so disappearedhad lures flint 'expeditions! by land amt sea
detachment: of Confederates discovered ill our cncmicc, and w e for thisciicmy has acted on the prudent
were 0'11'010 wi
payment, their names will be stricken outside of their and this side deserted and. gone' over to Fort' Pick difie Ihlll the borders ot our in aim-" ,discretion i i.s the- better pmt of against Texas is iu the Lincoln programme.It .
on 1'11 :
ramp: :
from our subscription book, as we cannot of the l' \'er. Shortly afterwards scouts! ens!! ; and the following telegram indicated try Wo not suffer their polluting \'nlo. He lives close within his entrench, ill also his: opinion thnt thu 'NorthernGovoriVnient

longer furnish papers, to "dead heads."- discovered themselves! upon n pat> t bat for what }purpose : touch to desecrate! our soil: > incuts, Rhllsl'II' with complacency, if not Will rely -mu'h'morc on its I'

If payment is then delayed, we Mill publish tery and along line of palisades, w en the! 1'l'n nl'oln3l'pt.: 10.-Last night n gun man alone suffer"; woman too will share hillhanlshil' with ti the inusiu of our hll.l1IIlnvin navy than IWI'ctofl'l.! Expeditions the const will ngainstvniions probably : t
battle opened fiercely The Confederates : will lay: lie iirovokinji air of .Dixi.;. : : .
01:1
to the world the names of such delin. boat with fifteen Federals and n howitzer :1tpli\alionll. : lie fitted out. The same writer thinkn I
qnonts! nnd the amounts due. poured upon the Federals a terrible f firf ol came from FOI'll'i..kl'I11lo the Navy Yam! ( \ hy man as 1'ho power that proposes to RII it not nt all unlikely that tho war will lastthirty :
his nnd if she will dieby the South submits to bo helen
,. .. musketry, rifles canister and shell, causing and set fire to theguard I boat with the intention i !! helpmate, necessary subjugate
We s'uspect lie. strcchcs a 1 i
him, She cares not for' and gluvyut'tnr gored in its own capital while boasting years .
some camialtv.: ClI!. Little led several pomp ; 11.1
mWe: call attention to the announcements companies of burning the Yard. Tho
Navy ) little in calculation. ?
of 'his Irish to charge the batteries ; sho longs not for a crown of 1:1 its ability not only to carry its design i thIs : ;:
alarm in time the ... .
in to day's ot Capt. R. B. Hilton was siren lo save: yard.The :\ .
paper when he was brought dew\ by a shot in Federals in their. retreat filed gl'apu refs-she would, not have her name registered upon the Sonthwith execution, but to The 'that Fort ..
and Col. S. B. 'phen9-the former the and brave who interleranco on the of Raleigh SbJcllcl says t
great punish part
in the leg Col. :Smith engaged the Confederates and canister of nmong any Hatleias and bo" ,
: wounding one our men.They can
nnd thu latter tor Solicitor ot have shed their lor the ; i is imabta: to haul down the "rebelflag" : I'ltlken-al i
for Congress on the left, amt C..I. Luv: in thu to the Yard four lifo'lllloot preservation Kurope, that is is !kind j'
were : by marines reqired a right '
the Middle Circuit Court. Col.! Stephens front. Col. Law was killed McMullen's who deserted\ four days since; The ot our Lit woman will .do insultingly planted under tho nose of mil time will.' : fencer
howitzer battery :and Snyder's two fieldpieces her hurt Think you not that; the henrCol: its President.
has no opposition. !men on the)guard boat fought bravely, !killiiiti Standard has: also the following t
f.
.. .8.. were got in the best position, and six of tho enemy.) Our loss "is one woman bleeds ? Look at that maiden, not Boasting thoroughly) ol'gnllizlt army item :
soon silenced two of I the Confederate long ngo her check was mantled with the ofn hundred thousand time
Tallahassee Xeict in its issue
m'l'he gloms missing and three slightly wounded A friend. writing from Ilussc-hille, Tenn.,
blush ot health, n of happiness wrcnlhed seat of and that I
Tho fire slackened nt intervals, but !sm.ilo OO\"CI'lll'ntl proclaiming' .
gl'lwmore .
of the 12th instant contains article \ulm\'c Knoxiilo
an of furious as night approached,' \\ hen We do not believe that Gen. Bragg is a her fiI cOI'nllipc., and her eyes!! beaming the Southern fOI'CI! are starved: sick: ItiH.conlcntcll says' : in for 13.000t'ooJ8n Brown. -'.'

censure ngnnmt the Railroad Companies of the German bl'ign.1oI'IIS led into action by man: who will quietly submit to. NO t bold and with 10\ ( bespoke tho glad, joyous heart and contemptible in number, it ow's\ resen! down last.; night ';i..'

Florida, for exacting payment ot the Confederate Col.! Mo':\ ook, under the direction of.ljll' insolent movement wkhont retaliation: of innocent )youth, free from care and sorrow las not the courage to accept their charlunge and his ling'1011 'Wa' only cut saved: through Gen.,
Now, on that same: face smiles lo'baltlo to strike for its honor, or to .
Goternment for the transportation taut G n. Hoi trnft': After a furiolls light The desperadoes and thieves in 1'ultl'illk gaze ; ZoUicaffcr's .'' "
of troops and munitions of war. Wo of three hours, night compelled recallof ale banished. 111 that, hale mid anxious [iiinish n most glaring piece of insolence. illtcl't'I'clce ..I
with the Federal troops Tho men :lay on ens, nr<' doubtless: becoming restive tinder countenance, 'I'i, biter tenis betray the The acceptance: of our ohallengo to bat- Tho Helena (Ark) Shield learns that on

agree: our cotcmporary, that they arc their arms ready to renew tho conflict in their confinement, and would like to he re :l1 li s hwhispered of tho heart: lips move in a tin would seem to I 10 called (for not less byi ) last Monta y thirteen hundred Indian: J.'

not entitled to pay from tho Government, the morning Gen. Floyd fell back duringthe lieved. Wo are in hopes!! Br.igg will soon prayer to God, to protect this duo course of priilc than by tho ncccssities wn..iol.! (:Southern:) allies) crossed the Arvnnsas t

and are in hopes! he fins been misinformed night, sinking his boats!, nnd destroy accommodate them. precious one who now goes forth to the of the occaOI. By Iho moxing lor. liter near Fort Smith, en route for .

'ns to the ("clll. Col. Iloiistotin, it is true, ing temporary budges., Tho depth' of the --- 0. ......--- battle Illt perhaps never to return. She ward: of our lines lo points so near* their! McCulloch's camp. 'I'heIndiafsa'eroarm.

in at lroscntln Richmond, but it is solely liver and the exhaustion of the IrOOp'lI'CIl. KEsl'l'l'Ii:1'ThilIalo: :; bus finally decided 110 longer will bo seen frequenting the nvn nnd by tho occupation by our right cd, lUth rifle, butcher knife and tomahawk ".

for the of tiered pursuit' impossible Tho Federals to cling to the fortunes oi time Yankees liaunts 'of pleasnie! :m sporting like the gaudyIdillcitly : Link: ot time bank of the Potomac of the i and had their faces: !! painted, and eeemc.1eager : .
purport making arrangementwith had fifteen/ killed mind seventy wounded h'ol flower 10 flower. But would White House, in force, wo 1lo.ladlht'' for the fray.The .:

the Government fur the transportationof ThO Confederate loss is unknown, ns they and their Union. The Governor(! ontlu \01 Hco'hcr morn lovely} go with mo to I ivor and present all further Il'l'l''lo the eleven Yankee prisoners who undo: .ilh'ir

the mail.! carried oft their I dead and Mounded, but it Itth, nloe'lllhe resolutionsoidering)! tlc: pi!ico where the sick soldier; lies on his! capital by water!, we thus confine them lolo !: from th'o Richmond prison dc .i

.. .. was certainly "l'I' him to proclaim) Confederate* ilf time soil of of 1\: whose fragile form : one single railroad,I in comhicling all their l'SIII' been .
tm"4 ui"hilg pIt, : \ e recaptured.W
TUB Cuxr.RE8.sioNAT. C.\S\'.\88.- The \ .. Kentucky, ntH I themesolutiuusacrepns.cd bonds low to thu scarcely munliLlttwhipar communications: with the Nuithern States, ni '
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battle .
campaign in this, the second Congressionaldistrict This it would appear was fought o\'el.ltis and minister to Ins wauls: ? She old render one oL Ihli. largest: and most - -- '
head.:\ They did not to <- nl' IUEL B. :
on tho 5th, by a I1.'llchmcnt'of: Gen. Floyd'scominnnnd. propn.su devotes her untiring by day aid : entirely useless!! for; c. ,"lllfl'llo.llllloln""SA
appears to be nKmmingproportlont, interfere with tho Linoolnits nll'llioll illOl'tlllt navy ) 11..1: ;'t I iX-: 4 n ( "Iectop Solicitorf f
It fell back, nnd on Tuesday, IIOl'l'IPY' night, :and perseveres doing NO with to 11) of the war. > tho \\.1,10, election lit .
) JuJclrlrcult.
nnd bids fair to be of rather
an exciting 1111"Sl'l
the 1 10th, the main nrmy met the enemy, ns ing her soil-which implies that they lime til: disregard: of her own ease, health and mo of mtnagniliciont; a sheet Oc.IJ r II / me
i-haractcr. The candidates nt present, in the the sanction of time ; she! acts impulsewithin of water the Potomac and the iitiii.ingf : .
the Assembly to I'Cltlill- c'olfllt'; : : as : }
would 1'I:1 It.
R.
by following telegramfrom W.urn niiiinunco ( 1
field number seven or eight, with a I fair appear Ch'i war will bo I the result of this legislation which MIC tools to Il' part nt her constitution ( > so \nlu',iblo a navy: yard :that' of Wash C. I l'nlll.llte lulh"r10.1111 lujn-pniii'iil'' the the second 'J i

prospect of"a few mor There being no Itihmoll'Gl'n \ : :amt that State will! truly be made, the, amt w huh canies her forwtiiil: in a ngtiiii; i is II 11'1 thy .II battle.; Their papers i.ntrlrl' el' '. illh First Cunyri'ii uf the Cua- 'I ;

questions of public import\nco to discuss: Floyd had another engagement ennl',' of anxious and protracted, l'Jl'll lions 'fur nearly: two months lure teeinod I will r.i dnntehdru" ',
". '
(All old : issue are laid the shelf with the enemy on thu 10th, and, rented !u'k and bloody '.ground.... ; by I tin.1 pnwei'" of islll ulolH. '1"1, go forth iinisif, ot ICHII: ; : 111il hint, of. \\\, \f;f11.
party upon Debtors nnd Creditors.t -
them' killing'GOO, wounding 1,000 :and STATI Gt.tiw1'iie.i HOIS: of, the : will work loi" yen idmirabli: prepmm: (1' IIIIIIII' ".nla'. Notice to .
tad we arc now united people,) i i' is only taking sumo pl'i oaerll. A few hours all or : l'e:1 we will pray for 'fII. sued, in .In,* hour ot iiiiM'ineiit. Oar, 1\1 ( h'II'I'al" I Irivoonie i l'iiWlXS: : indented the i-ktrtto, of Paul' H. '

necessary for each eaudidatn to coin'iuce the engtgementl'layd) hearing that the states ihal the following me the ]Kit-Id Oil-! ub'kiiessiml: death wu will I ho wiih \'Oi- out 11/1 amongst I iho"v tri-aehcrou-. V lliol.'v. 'Into of Ji-tlVifoii Ciiiinly ilec ncd.

the people that ho himttif is tho Lest qualified other iug of the enemy had: crossed, the ccrsof I theIwelegillenlsof: StateJJiiard.4: .( : Thus m ill'llll cannot but ooniiicr| ; I the nnski'd bateiics." which arc" suppose; .I to .mreherebyuntiti.'tinuwte. nml, th"se, rliiitiK Itanita'ttudie said iintliTUmil do.-

tor the'po itioll-LI. rxtrcnH.IYllgl'e'a. river a few miles! above, in ordi-r to 'stir- recently I drgvii/cd! : I., It : I I 1'111)I il hmo: lo sl.iy every '1111'1 hal: I cost the Yankees tho disaster" nf IS ill e...nerd, i.l'i.snit Inuintf/ hum llietiinoirc8crlheiliy flj/uliibt|
round him thin nida, of the river tin:itImere and lens, null muwslaoi.] in limo fiiKI! re-t'ly': "l 11111 .. i
mill ii woman
ble! -coineidu w ith everything 'Tom II, Dick Floydtheta I;IHt 7tY/yifcc'/ McAllister every cwy'southern II'l'l In 1.1.1 tliU loll"1 I iiK>n foil buck: This report is rclmhlo, Lieut. (''ohonel'l'butiuts J-J. Jmnes child! before we submit. Tho to light mi terms the equality' of whichnnnoi -.v.-ry. I'UAXC'tS IISIILEYAdm'x.

and Ifar: r)'" utters, and be.11Lcram. with brought h)' an I officer engaged; in the fight. alajur I Simon; P. Riehai: tlson.Xc .. ; Noith .shall be l'II'II'I'l'll. yes !111,1, 11':11: (': m bo disjiiited t 1 1 t I ; y.ll \\iili i i all t their herihloil Scl'tiiiilicr-Jt: I, 181)1. S28t

promises. Of course it is not necessary to Confederate loss was one .killed nnd! eight (
redeem' them. The honor and profit arc wounded. : ; I.it-ut. ClIJonc F;. V. ; .Mi-: slue prophet! II'h': slid bea'tsoftheK'seit :md all thcso illII"ClllIll to light; they

worth considerable" and it is expected that This! disproportion\ in, the killed and JOE" A. 1.Jenny. /\y \ thallc'IIII'l', nii'l tho house.s: llal crouch within ihcir eulrcnchmcnts, pc-vmii ,-..XD.nARBAOUE. '
---...-- IH( ; ul the lI| ting us to have our own way outside oJt'u
some magnificent: : sacrifices will be made ofdignity. wounded the contending parties' : ill two 111"I .oldll I'n'atl'cll : !
f :j7" Walker, Secretary of Wanh : 11..1 re. 11.1 siljrri. shah: d'lnco: : 'in. .
-- Candidate*! arc generally liberal great,-and we are, on that account, disposed .is '" 1.1',1', 111.1 it is UI.ll'l'tllcllllat cither here' mil tho wild beasts l of limo desert There can Ill but one C'xlalaliol! of their! 'r
in this respect whilst. electioneering. [ to belivu! the wholo afl'iir'. to be a Gen.'Cooper or Gen. Polk will take his, "llal: cry in lll.i. houses ami, dragons in CI/IIIIIl, and, thai: is, tint: (lay neither dare Imams Guntd Cumpanlci

If successful, they nrenevcr known to take hoax: 1,1"II.wll.1a t ,',''" And i wu s'liill:, exclaim nor \le'pI'I.tto: I tli'1' us hal h., The At .Til. :sea Church

tho "bit head! !" We havo no stock in this: : place "luII' : the )g<.l) Cl.AitKnt7RO, S''pt. 13-C.Infl.h'r\! : !('!! .4.--- i 1 d (; afraid. him: d
"Her temp brought >iwn tenet.rune'. Generals :al to trust 11'lh" ay of Octolii-r next Utlitr llumo Guul'ddare .
race. Tncru may be some discussion between + c 'mmeiiced ndvanring 'c"trl'.I:1mUlllill: .: The Fort Hitteras Prisoners ,
) ) tu nlk'iul.
;), < t : S u. outside 1"'r.ltlflk All I lint y
I preparation
,
1..IIII.llvll',1
tho aspirant} but of course it will on both turnpikes!, lI'Il Ilk ,U'alor! mid 1 Tho New Turk J&j>r<.3!<, of llie-H'i il l. \I'CTII....-(1"/11- Ol1 oan ot. .) has been done for tho defenseof I \\1"111',1 a D.lLnClle-lnJ a pon-
Client Mniiiitnin[ smrounded' Foil "r.il iutioufon M e"tcld 'I all, and uncc-
be of a private character; and with such 1'The A Response to the Tyrant: Fremont. Wa-hiiigton. Artillery of time nmu-tI tic .. ,
on tho Kiiintiiit: cut tin telegrnrIf I wires :prisoners II'oi Fort Hntleins were IlKAi: oi-Aituis: Isr ) ., I; matte Iilu 'I I iti thit ally L\.!
matters: wo have nothing: to do, as wo have II1.IJIS. : ellicieney au 1 mo"tfoiiniibiblo j. n.
all continue'! ti> advance MI I Elk 11 aretiithin lak1,.U'111.MiimctioH t: al 1 IlaU'I"tl'n I I o' Missiiuui Sr.vus i : } I I \ EyrrT.1 ,
been I
\I : IIpl'h i1v provided ;
no desire to get hipped, or lo i imited, to clock this mul l 1Um
: two miles, when Midi front LoomisBattery : I molding C'OI\\'I" I to 00\1'; C.\u.lhs..I, SctnI118G1, arum, ammunilioir' : all tho aj>pi! iiee.s: of.fI.llll'III' c. U. .
a "shooting: match: ," at which the' targetsare clll'cl.l'.lthcm. :SkiriiiUhing:) continued 111"1 I-Ialdl,)thu I1.tl tug.hnatshimi nished '.ni truant it may. concern : been brought into" thu most HAXIKt, MelXTVBELCuiumittc

human hearts. nil night.; !' by Col. Tompkins; 'United States' \ lum.ljo'General ;John (/'. Froiiout all'I"lli! iHn. But;' there is one great I.f ArruugemeutsReptember
: St. WB1. 3J "tMRS.
.. .. Two Co'dederateufliccrs. fpylr.g: aroundwere Q'lartcrm.ister.' The .Minnesota! swung; eomma'iiling limo lini'l"IJ'a.- irniiblo which cannot: bu overei'iii" ; theii

r.It appears that Cow, Perry has: not surprised!, bv thu! pickets' Onu of round with the tide and bended up stream l hal l.iiietihi, in I the Stato of Missouri! Iris soldiers areco\vanls* and, cannot bo trusted, 6hcplutiicnt.
them maid: to bo John) A. Washington; of just as: lie I'omiiienced to discharge thepiisoneis lit lo deel.iro mul1:11last': : throughout in I mho Ik-Id.! The> Jl.Ui
concluded to act like! a discreet nn.iablo 11'1 ilouglily -II'Clllal
yct Mt. Verhuu.11'ASUrscrovSe4t.15.Several. tin the tiiit boats, and, ns thtywire t ho whole State, mil has threatened to does not 11'11 what the unlucky ; A. SIIIIICNS !me'peet
cummandcr-in-d'icf, which those fortunate thousand on her port side, the numerous MKC- shoot any citizen sohlicr found. in arms did '\entiire to do. F.ir from'; nnrchingIwe'ity \ 'rll R I'laruim Mutt the Uusic -|

persons he has appointed to office, say Confederates \b-ive marched: I on the tutors who \I l'I'1 wnlchillg time procuctlin \ithin c'I'llail limits; also, to confiscate.ho five miles Jo ho U alrnid! toaccopi U"I.llllllt.r; tlio J..fl'r"n :R

he really is. Lately he concluded a certain pickets near Hall's House mid the Mount 11'111.1 lhu li.tUcry)' piers, fur a com hropclty, :and free tho negroes belougng ) I battle oll'erod :lac
military company: at the Capitol,oughtto of Olives Church, I1rh'illgthe"'ilhill" the hidcraUo ., up tho North River: II thc inenibV'id 1 of thu Missouii i State his LI'lil'llil.l.An.1: -----Sept.-- 116't -
1"l'derallinl's. They have also hheKed: the experienced Mimedis.ippointiiKnt.The !, (Jirird.Therefore, his -
thin at own doorrefusing "
bo favored with an excursion, at the expense yet lefut STATE OP F I.OKIDA.roclamatiou .
will b' fiirniihed with 1
teinj.orary
camp nt Bull' Cross. Road, a mile below piisoners know ye, that I, M. Jeff. thrust nt them }
of tho Slate, so ho ordered it to Fer only on ( ; ( Is'and.Thu :: hltlc insultingly
the JM>ii't'! nt which they crobsed. McClel quarters .1 'nOI"1 niornpsi.il, Brigadier General of tho First ( \ eomiuunk-aiions: with
nandina: '; at which point they spent four Ian will doubtless nttempt' to drive them order! to tint]>riboii the'iii I in m tho hull ot Militaiy DistiU-t ol .Missouri, having: not its lit 01l11I'ntcr" Go\criimcit' : -. .

days Jllea..aotl,1ulll returned homeon from their position to-day. The pickets the fiigsite i Drandywino; L'cl recalled inly thu : -Ihuh of BiigadierGeneral w"llc'l'll "
very IliJ aaul y ; at Washington cll OilY that thc .' for I;! of )KIcr
thrown out from Fork Corcoran have been and Foil Wood, on Hl..lue'l Leland, is ( but ('I'I.thil hakes South is .(ton
the llth inst. The dear good, kind, hostels granted a belligerent power and refuses lurNl1 ff President and Virc-I'rcsi-
Governor 'driven in, and a Lieutenant: and two soldiers being fitted up lor leceplion all in Iv Ai-iing Gov.'l'Imos. C. RcynoMs. and! to exchange ptisoners lest tho flirt should! (
liberal The State is: rich and dent uf the 'oufcd'rnlc Slates of I
the Goveriiintut will
ol'.lel'lhem
killed. Tho Confederates fire .signal anticipation confirmed afterward, by Gov. Jackson, do this ncknouledgnu-iit. What will
the railroads ought to be patronized Go rockets along tho mil hole- line. fhe1 c. The accommod.ttuabout t >romise that ; carry AntericIButt. at'llll'cutath"e. to
: JOI.t wil /Ot Holemnly ] li'l'crl'l. the woi Id think of time South'l claims to i
it-the people don't mind heavy taxation I IS three h mul fifty, and'I tents >er of tho Missouri State Guard, or soldierofour belligerency when it sees our armies thus Congress.BY
.. The correspondent of the Richmond adjacent to it will bo erected for the accommodation the armies of the Confederate \lrturocfautIuuUy" vc 0.tcj in me by law. r '
time timid
lIas not ClIl..arJ also resigned Dispatch, nt Fairfax, in a letter of the 12thsay's ot the rcm.iimlcr.Xo States ael who bo to death in insulting official* ut 1Vuslmingtonr. ? <) : :-1
!!, put .
pursunice ,
hhal .
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!his seat in Congress and into action took communication has been allowed --- -- or l
gone mi place on the llth near of the order of General the
FlcmoltI
the field ?"-Lake City J'rest. Munson's Hill, in which Washington with the prisoners, but it is understood from will "]fW lai'!/, P'UI and Quwtir" a niiu- TiE POT01ACSIIrl- Ur.=The Richmond the : I

By no means, friend Moore. Those in Artillery, with two lifted) cannon and two officers of the frigate that over five bUlldl''c( ion of .\"I'ahal Lincoln. J'xtiniuierM"Btfore many hours have: torn f I
,
of tho subalterns! and private solllll'! Whilu I am anxious that ibis elapsed, time I'otola. will bo etl'ecliially ('r"t.I.IUHSIIX.i'Ilty.GUHrnorOfteSt"j
cut such that howitzers imfl'l.tulntoal'
power"dOD.t as
up capers supported by three companiesof "l "' t tIf
:. that under no circllllstClS01111 shall bo conducted if closeil, by il'H, and, time water
eleclc.l possible, pO\\'I.'Irllll.ltCI
these days.- lle has taken the field it is \ upon the .1
from
Kemper's Regiment, artillery resume service against the the most of civilized war. a\enuo to Wushiugloii put under ml.idblockade. uirol '
true, but also! retains Lis seat in Congress- and infantry did great execution.The .- United States Government. A despatchwas tine: and hherallll'illclleR I have i."tet I Tho reason for; not dr.rijj I thi .ni '

Both positions are honorable and very remunerative Federal's in strong force, panic htrick- sent Washington, asking! i such hal been tuth'that object, yet if tit mi earlier period was M.nply; that wo hid ::.1. ,.

; then why resign either unless en, fled, leaving their guns, hats, haversacks of the prisoners .as manifested this loyal is to bo abandoned: (and I it must first bo :. !:o available forcu Hiiflicient tu protect our to bd held in the colndiee of thl btute Wes of the L.
Kiverconi >veingthescondCongrsdonal w--
invited to do so by a peoplo who are indignant and coats. The Confederate force disjiositioii might bo liberated (,I taklgtho lone by our enemies,) I intend to exceed storks, which would bo Ii likely lo encounter !I'ittrivt.lwan.el'l for ole lteprc'eeutettvetorepeeeutsaid| ( Du- .
oath of allegiance ; the answer was in Gen Fremont in his excesses std make such a iormiddblo .noveiiieul on the part: of trim in the drat Cougreai of the Confederate 6Lte
atiuch high:, handed monopoly. numbered four hundred-the Federals four the negative and orders were i failed to the TIt Putomao .h"
.. keepthe nil tm'iel llat come within 1')' reach rue enemy to destroy has \lcrlcl
thousand. No Confederates were hurt, wholo party close prisoners.E.VDUKAXCK hu day a different was: been shut ii|>, and a Vorco is there ample to 'fhs J ulle or ProLate throughout the State are
PKESIDDTIAL follow policy) .
EL1CToWi.-1'he:: ing .... nto\tcc proclamation .
but the FeJera's: suffered severely.The Ly I heir leaders. I. dvfen-1 our batteiies and defy all comers hercbyurderaltotmikedueauticeoftheabove the
. gentlemen are- suggested by a correspondent Norfolk Day Book of Saturday re OJ'1m: 'Jx.s.Loay 01 Already mills, L.I'IIH'arlllllS and The liver is no longer naugablo; to Liu. Until iu-their<; VI eountias-theprt>pernotlceat conduct wid election InerT i pre the ..
readied New Orleans I IR'l
of the Lake Press for Presidential Texans recently by -
Thoso
City other private coin's craft. that try it hereafter law and turoa the
) lc"ll. manner by
prtu-ribed lUk
naval engagement on James River oveiland march from their State Some PI'o\'Cli\ : \n
: ElectorsGen. ; ports ; an Iy destroyed in this district, apt to be sunk and have their crew and 1 1passefgers anutu tlio office of tn. Scvr oCSate
L William on the 13th inst. The steamer Patrick idea of the }hardship!) they have m undergone while wo have taken enemy nothing nrli- : dispatched to Davy Jones'Locker. In Testimony Whereof, I hav breto set myliamt .
B. Uoss, of East Florida i except
; down the river NewPort may bo formed fl'ol thou.t/: that, with the .' I It" and caused to be aBnd great seal
IIoo, James Henry dropped near nil icily contraband, or absolutely! neessary. I of ettime -
Gettes of South Florida Capitol.iu
; exception of occasional knolls the road the ces [IttufthsState FlorlJI. 1"
News fur the of the Should things bo .. ofTallauawee : 0th
.
Geo. purpose! amusing thes rcpefited the(t) day ofSepUub ..j
B. A. Shine, of Middle Florida ; whole distance, about a hundred Ill (tiny
Federal vessel &juannafi, a !largo Sloop ofwar I will retaliate tl'l fold, m help me God! RfxitJTiNi: : n r. A. U 1881. f
: mile \\i cOcre.1 with water from C.S.l.11"ntmlt
Hon. A. to two
Maxwell, of West Florida. : one )L PERROernoroU1orla.\ .
M. 'fUmU'Sox.Brg. made i ,) S _
.4 t A gunboat whs found' there at daylight fuel deep iu conseipieiicu, of the constant JEF" \1 i recently to r '

Kuun.-The Lake City jpfet state Mr. as a target to try tho range of the rains: oi the List: six weeks. The men wadcd -....-COlllmlillg.: :tho .. fur army volunteers in CnaJaA in placardoltertfucfng King BythoQovenor-Atfeett o UVItLEPIGUE.
Moses Roiuou l through this water and mud, and bivouacked JOLLY ) posleil !
eras lulled recently near that. Federal guns. The Fatrwk Jfenry opened \ I.'II.LfOur! llIt IunI'I ltli by some"Itersonmf from Rochester, >. secretary of State. .
place by one Fillip K. ilea rhea: fire and the Federals) replied. Day. a* bent they could! without t wh. filr (nil oflifo and (le ntt1'v. At that Y wasiimoveijjby: I ilictr au.l September llth. 1861. l-8t
.
.. . illg.and are now herein l fair health a proof i they are within Mi1 mi'l 1 hearing public -
light advanced, when she fired a broadolle ot brought lo time lucre oourt. Iiistiuctioiis ,
The of the : :as well the ai.d! the N. JVoiicutIr
ft? people Northern cities! extraordinary CIIJIIUcO ('IIlI) ; //1/oWsay a .
'
\ di
\\ |oti| itl to the to
seat petitioning their Dictator, demanding: i and forced the Federals: to \'ctrcat.tl.. as tho spiiitlhatniiiiinieaUciii.A ..; lays viiifu .they iiiipndenily!) |>ari>lod 1 1 I Ill i Iklc.l that I"i.). :jijtpv.n Dt'UTEKS af\r d.to I will apply to the

that Mr. Russell, the correspondent of the vancing again: they were met in like.; manner FEMALK WJIUJU fit"(. femme tIle J. mUmni I L'ul'on\ the parapet: t folks and i s.i'non' of tltcisy.! I linn.Jadiju for Jftftrwn eouDty.fur sell lie,

TeadonTinu, i>e expelled from the counVeiseU and agaii forced to retreat. The en companies: i ill the battle at )lnI.I' ,1.lel'lain".I"lr;in Dixie. 'out all posts with"',\"on)duvnSouth ..... .- ..l'i'!na>Micil order dtwiited awl,d"r".IlbuIW"r.l a>tnt_ g Xoa inn to of A. IV.-

gagcment Listed only a hall an hour, and lost it* captain. Tlio eoiypanv '" timnituously day_long ,_ 1 1 ."'- 1.I.Hli"u.the t"wP.t Uuutkellu. euatiai .

l\r1. 0 .. was discontinued when it became too dark elected time's jlo ,of lilt deceased 'The crew-ut t 1\ JJriti.4i war tt'sse1, "lrt'WII Wlh'Itj"' I..''ere !h., ->'.uai'.Ul.tilf "rpl I Uli'i'fln'lo tk dc, h iia d.oli
-
I to 611 his and, the iu tmitorin I 1.1.! linkLit".I' ivm ty.
place, lady ; lcrlu.
rj7" carrying the CouA? :derate to short, when the lltnry mired out of which wan off Hutera* (lining tLttla'umlfird l : a: "'I : t" usoU tMLlt" +' tcu
fag are admitted into Cuban ports and Jame Hirer. passed through th City Yfjt\lr1ar. on her : mum, state (Jha ill\i..< ; )', M t ih. J 1JLam hrl f&1 i : Itel i ,1. \ .s[ \ .
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f fU
I to assume command of l her COWl'tj.1.V -'* flid 1 an.i i lhI Yunke>'4loK Nubi,1..sI': 11U le"n.l, .11 iU41I : ilr t .AC Tt tNtilJUAbel.t. :
fretted tbs alma 11 thole of other oatODI'I The x New Yvrk 7/-; men drowned tt'. (I Ij I since his ejp t>*.-/''tiivl Observer. b.1 t.iebrr 1b. 2151. .0 6 ..


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t Best And Most direci''Doute'' 1 1f.. WBt! :fGit l [}{J @ lJ'UCr,1J11! ,,111'riWVo( [} 'E41Ij:
( nndi.dntes. The [1J m @ 1m A 1M iID ma <
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It PLACED:: DAILY -,\TSnclae "
UNDERSIGNED AS
+ For THE .I
tTWf! are Mithorlzcn Congress.to announce :Mr. F. R. Line of fir l .rin*Six: hoNeS Coaches :On. the route W. M, "HUMPHREYS PROPRIETOR. I & Potter's NO.T. got :X. X pi PI .. '''r. ;'
between QUITMAN (the hrecht tcrtnlmw: of the -
aCOTTENseaeandldeteto West: Florida In the tint Confederate represent Middle end qfltunnnh Slain Trunk Railroad.) and MONTI- f.TAVING [PUUClIASBli: TilE ABOVE fptti j i ltt. nlItx ;
Congress CELLO These Couches run aone to eonnnct with l1 Hotel of Col.' Blackburn! I w'l[ IIJe fiH) J\U\ :
IswearerequextMtoannonnesCsptJAMESs 1i.' Car on both. tile Oeorelnnnd Florida Railroads, .leaned<< to bnve thepnlrnnngeheretoh.reex! jiiii j CITACE SOS I'
/ I. MOSELEY, Mndlson, III A candidate for Rep It Is the Shortest and. Most Direct riutc fur trawl I lauded, to It continued. have eke bought n lot of T. &
t retentive\ to the Cln2re.s of the I Confederate States.. ere from Savannah' St. Marks, &0. ww, furniture, which will n.M to the comfort and, TALLAHASSEE: :, PLA.rn a
from the Western Division of th.State. Person leaving lontll'l'lIo.t:1: o'clock In the oveninir 'onvetiloneo of tnv iue+ta". My table will nlw y) A *
t will" \ reach: Savannah at I o'clock next <.IaI. \. rsnpplicd. with the, best tIe, market\: can afford. \,\ would' rcfpeclfnlly nllnounce: to the puldlcT a '
For Judge of Probate. .. H. MATTAlll. March !84th. 186 ly T that we here secured the!"-,,'Icp.01 an eminent -DEAI.E$ 1 ; :
A UT The frlend, .of J. R COLL13Stnke: pl..n'ul'e October !l71h.1811O..7''l tfwilI. Colorltt, and I'ortiMlt Painter. Those wlditng '48Thiu 'tlf- .' .
In announcing him a Candidate, fur Judg, of Pro- -. .. h. ..!.t..11I this lunch ndmlred nnd durable] style of
hate of JelfrTMn I county, nt the election to be held P. SLUSSEK,. 'l/I1, >J J]) PrlJ.(9) tlD j )J Picture hate an opportunity nlfordud, them lor thelinttinieInTnlinhn.aee nAt"G
in Octobernc MADISON\ I l"JOlUDAJOHN' 1'lie incroilni; demandfor & VM'tGY4IIARDWARIE \ Q s ,
t5f W. are anther zed to announce M: -MA /UFACRCRER; OF- thin popular, style of huh ntin:; l"I.I"llIeellI., tn :
STRAIN M A candidate fur re election to Ilie t office L. MILLER, Pronrietor, employ nn ctpor'u'iicud; artist, and we ore now pre- e

nfJudge of Probate of Jefferson County, at the, election Copper Tin and.S S Sheet-Iron-Wares | I" XII\V OI'Jo;\ *.. tla" public and the Pro pnrcil to takeAnhrolypee QROCEUIES/ &a.;: *

la October next. prictor reMjectfiilly jyj. solicits shnre of put ..IManQtIf'! Plain; PlooingrnplrsLii'e/ .
f WHOLESALE A\i> KHTAIL DKALEIl IY onn o. tT rlie Home I Is itimte ,
CLERK lendlugfrnm the p'llilic'iuoretii tho Railroad Jt'pot ,. in Oil Cvl- .
FOR OF TilE COCHT.1ST"
We are authorised to nnnounro THOMAS AMD HMMmTER: 1? NoremLer 17, SCO. 4<>- Phntniriph J'h..t"I""pll"huf"flr"lI* in Water( (,'"ti,>r a andJ'iotnyrafnn IVXozxtlcollo: .. . ,.e ,, ,,,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,, ...F10rt. d.'to a

FIMMOX. ass Candidate, for CI.rk..f the. Circuit French German, English& American Goods ,: touched i,. 'nJu! fnt. .

R Court of Jclfenon County, At the election In October House Furnishing Articles of :IPlociiso R.onc1. This. In fact we arc prepared' to fill all orders of everyeviry -

'. next.tijP Every Description ddwripttun" and w.irrnmitantiauel: :on lu every .. ""-- .
The Grrut Sitnllimi ,, ,. ... .
: We authorial to announce W. II. EL- etrnlogaI "(' oD.igiierrcotypm nocltarg' -
HETo T. J. CrtACH SONS rc'pertfullv Inform the puUla' that they have, receired'their'toll; Noelt
If"ft U-IftA a enuditate for Clerk of the Cltviill Court ofCountynt STOVE 'QUARTERS ---- of Deceased! Persons .
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G01)1)Reulnsiutingofereryvnrictt'thecountrycnnpntaiblydema
halla NPIKXW: A HUM; JII'K .
Jefferson Le
the election to Oclo-
l.eruaxt. A full supply nlwayson hand of COOKIXO, PAR- THE WHITE I Cnlarjtod!( to any sir.i", nnd colored in oil equally,, as Our Oo.nl'. have been enrrfiilly. s.eot.I. and. nil! be Bold n( PRICKS that will not full to gHe 8ATIS-
LOU ami ilUOM SCOVES. Cooking Stoics' trim. flDLP1JWJ( ?Lr rrJt] well us from, lite FACTION to the most careful Wi-rofpecti'ully aolicitnn examination, feeling 101In..thlt.!
mod with neatness, amivnrrnntc FOR SIIKRIFF.rt' : They can l>o shipped with safety to Situatnl at ih' .function of Karky and finJar.tfulMV Old Paintings He-stored( and Cleaned: jAktf

; tT We are nuthorittvl to announea VAI.KX: Any pnrl of theco"ntry.GARDEN Creek in 'j'aiilnt; County J-'lnri'ln. it tjunl/ij/ Tlune' wMilnir IWtrnlU, will\ please (leave their I .. .. '.. .
'k TINE CLEM "A< 'A Candidate for Sheriff of ..IdTeron AND FIRE ENGINES. by f tie, anil inrpatwd by iwnf nf the Mintral the at,, .e r
;.. County, at the election to bo had In October \11\ Iller. in tIt Southern Slnteeopon all ordi'i n MKIII, as our"Ii.t \\ill not remain during OUR SOCK 13 ALL SEW, AND CONSISTS, 1:P4RT, Ol1 t ; .
RotM",::;u"lIon, and Force Pump, with Rubber16asattached hot 'ruWe -on, ti MtIziciios'
.
f' ext.t3y for mpplylni Plantation F.nnines: Clironieor ."tro'o.Ii a.t., (len- have also! jn.t introduced l n new and 'Ijenutiful
f. : -Wenrcanthori.edsndrrgneete
4. T. H. IIUKSTasACiin.ndnteforHicrltr of Jo.ler .. made to order. rrMIE wibvriher. I Is running n ..., H'KVOTYI'E: hlcli are nnivrrsnlly admired.Views & SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Inn Conntat the election tn October next. toyshop Work of every description, oboe by L Cotnfoi-tnblo. Two I[ on.'c J- taktm: in nny pint of the I'onllll'y nt short SPRING "

1:; .' CANDIDATE FOR TA.X-COI.tECTOH. the: very best workmen. :.Alai orders) promptly attended Hack from Station No. 6. on the notice. Views of luinliiwi\ hou.vs, or ronidences, .f8!" .
'. to. IVtixncoln it Georgia Railroad, to anti i Sprimiga\ : taken nod eolored.if, ul.'irrd), bl:; "c20by, in inches French English anil American
[ TnllnhneuceFehrunry 11860. ,, twice neck, niuvlini; th> train on Monday[ nml ( AmbrutypeunnJMelulnutypesnllsizesandprt! } -es. Fancy Silks ; Prints ;
81-ly .
nnnnnneeIasftcsndidnletnrtheofficeofTa'ohtetor Jaconets and ( I Plaid :null Check (Sinshain* .
Thursday cvcnlni, and will tike pn.en'rs: to his .awn; ;
:. Jefferson County, at the vleetton to IHI had, !In hnu'e, fix miles on their way
f October next. MAJJV FRIENDS.a WORK !LjWORK; \VOllK I the night, un.l carry thom through I, to the Sprint December 1, I860. 42.ly Ilcrcges; Plain, Striped nn.l l Checked Liurnlrw;; | .**. .
,,011 the next day; ri'lnrnlnn on WcIII\'II1I1.1.
Linen Goods of &c.
Jordan 'Fill ford, :.- Sat urdnya. He \uniuldro'.pretfully,/ solicit libcnil NoticeNoticeNotice.Call c\cry description, ,

tlltertiStnJtnt vat renege. I'urc through,, $JOO. rf.AID.1 AND STUffES TICK1.\'O. PA'O.V CHECKS, BLEACaBDy
; HOUSE BUILDER AND GENERAL : Ji E. BARCLAY. and Settle C07TOX.1JS. .DOJES1'/S. LIXE.V 01TO.. 81F111.IIJ81

I Juno IStli:; 18C1. 3m l &-.m.,. JOIIXSC N, BIRD & CO. have placed' llCI LIKEN; I .
[ .
.., in my handball, the Notes and accounts, belonging .
Application for Discharge. .O.A.B.PENTEa.; Fair 'Vnr..llI I t to wid;. l linn, for collection nud l KeltloiiKiit. WWflTTE @D: AKID EMBJIOlDERDIFSjOf J Every Description.Swiss .

MONTICKLLO[ . :,:+"; PLOUIDA.I Jor.sonr"( hereby. forewarned against rutting All oIndebted. !by. note will plenw call on me atnn .
BIXMONTIL3after: dato I hall present my fuel I 1) wood or trecp'ist1ni\ & upon tin tract of Lad, enily day, nnd nettle. the $'11th"",, Indebtedby ,, Jaconet, Dimity and Linen BalL'; Dress: Trimmings ; lace, Seta ;
;
ccoant and Toualicri. ni Administratrix, ;of the w..ullmn1t respectfully Inform the public! flint I known as the "Wiukor I'hivi'." I am dvtcrnilnvd account, will call at the'lore of Johnson, :McConntCutlilnit -
KiUteoi Robert C. Hurst, late of .Tel1..o County I hnvaforthe year 18111- nml found I ( n"cl.rlll by note or Prompt ,
to
trcopuwinj money.
,prosecute
any every person
deceased, U the Hon. Jud:(e ol Probate of aid Employed a number of Hands, upon ...1.111,1., You moat not e.\jiocttn' get w..1 l attention, Is rrapo'ctfully requested, ni the firm arc Mantillas, Hoop S its and Corsets, in great variety i .
County, and melt to be from the administration
discharged without pn 'lnt( fur it II. K. WALKER. ,,":\i"O |In nrntn{o thcirltu.lu.ln MIIIIO satlfaotory -
of laid EotAte urthupnrlxlseof' carrfinn the House Building :lllIrd, 16111 1861. lI.tf nianner,a'soon n< poseilile,mid firm, hat'init been X nnl l Bifdi
Linen Table Toxveli and Huckaback
Cloths D.iylcs: EJB
; ELISABETH: HURST. Adm'x,0.March ,. and General Carpenters lupine's, on a largo ncaln.Any .lee ilvud by the withdrawal of Oen. I>. 11. Itird.We .- ; Dmpar ;
11. un A>i < work entrusted to.ino will be dnllC- hope, therefore nil inure.tud will call linuiedl- Oil Clolh and Table! Covers, English all \m\rcU: Iusiry. .t

:Ii Notioo.IERSONS j Substantial: Neat and with Dispatch: JOHNSON. McCANN & CUTHBERTJ, at ely, nnd crake the ncoexarv W. S'.' "I'I"ln"lIl1'lIli.DILWORTH.May --

i : bringing Wool to the Factnry for the no.11. I will\ zimrantee to give tati-fuvtlon in every : ... ISiU. |II:1tf: ] Atryntl.-iw. + .
SUCCE>:S01W: TO ,
of having it mnnnfaeture'd, miiitt Instance, sieve incurred n heavy expense; by theLire
1. have their names branded ou thrirbage.'I( will of hands triad consequently niulii hope\ a lib j o n \ SOX, ninn & GO. BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING. 1 '
J'' not be rt ponsibl for any brought! out thus brand4.1. l- unit' ) (public,! will extend to man share patronage.. FUMISIMG GOODS
Nothing under one hundred !pounds will be re I n ill contract for work in any portion of JulIVr- --DUAIKRS IX- Joseph. O. Taylor, .
l eelvedformaonftetnringinticloth.; son or ndjoiningcnuntieeund will\ [ doit, run fu f.ilr rlJJ] .rJOLI'JaCOX FLA,, ,
.\ .. J. 01LMER, :Superintendent.Ailgn : and lilier.ilterni ens any one ruin \po"iblydo.Persons !.) Dry Good, Fancy anti Dress Good*, L'I[ (XUI't to ell'rnil the nl...",. Lu.6aa.lit
'. .t 3bt.t,1881. 29 4m at a distance NliinglIoUi..,H 1..mltre'I'lIi..lnt Clothing Hardware (tt'o ccuc.Crockey Its brani'lii", ami,, wll\ beplwued' t to Teethe Of every linl, Rlet as Iti-pad, CIt!; Casiitnerr, Sliirji, Silk, Merino and Cottou Under-

;, or any deix>ription\ of work In my t line, cnn asvirt n portion of theputrmuru' of the public. Orna- Shirts anal: ]kllI.ql ijuitrtVi: Ties, lHkltJlanJkll'hicli, Olovi's, Suspcaduri, tc.;cue
...' Storo for JScilo.R addri-s* inniit Moiitieullo, I'lorid.! and th.'t.willi',. Gla' !, Boots. nii'iital: worlc: ,done" a. i 1t.1, sty I'' "* run be nceompl'nliedliy
( V I' IIU.luNlglle.l..m"1 for mile'on rcnsonaM ceive prompt' nttuutiou. *, Shoe.*, Hats: Cap, Book" any one in the :Suite\\ I Kntire: iiti'fai. Untl'immct IJannfts, n'Hchc', Flowers. Ribbons, &c,
s 1 LIe terms, the BRICK STORE HOITSEE1Adjoining ( :: JORDAN: FULFOilD. tine i-i i 1Ia1"IIte.IIII""rl'( c axe, and) work done on
,. \[esers. :Marvin nnd recently occupied by P. S--Iliavealnohire, >t AD vxavllent well- Jigger; Stationery. Watches 1 rennnuiluleternus. Boot and Shoes, of Every i tiou'
.. slurring Fennell it :Shcheo.: It U situated, in an excellent aii'l would therefore. ln happy to receive orders to Jewelry &c. &c. t:: Mil will liki-vrisa. superintend thu makingand i descl'iJ .
,.' ,! bmlncM portion of. town, and is really da iligwClran' nr Repair Wll! J- *'. Montieello, April, 1661., 8.tf burning; of Krlck.Feb. YANKEE NOTIONS-H'H-h ni HII.n llr...hs, Cunlb4'Cape4'I'm8| Frttlcy Soap,,

1> .Hlrnhle" piece of )property.. For further particulars January Ath, 1801.. 47-If J 4Hi. imin.' ._ _. M-lv Colognes, lliif: Oils! Fancy' ) AilicK's\ IVin IVncils, Cards) : ie. *
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pply to O. W. HERRIXO.T .
: lontlcello. August 31. 1801.. aotfJUILLUUS !? DOZICK.' JAMUS E. UUOOlIi\ LEWIS: .'. J (WX.' OKO. s. ROCK dJ :!:P.HJ 'J"Ir.B L Wood and Hardware Tin Trunks
'Ware
Ware cullsry Crockery
BJoiax & Co. IJUJlow
n A 1-.UtRUIOUE, f j. Dozier & Co., ) ; l'\oJorobnn.1i: : Ta1.101ASII ,

.:,". IItcc&.soni'to; i MERCHANTS and )J\I Est:I IN- JLAS4 WARE "I(. .\DDr.Jn. WrILL.W.LK[ STICKS.: '
r FICTORS&COMMISSION Receiving Forwarding Agents UI1Idj-rIulc: Clathta
.. v PATE"d; MILLERS, FIIltN.tNDIN.: ?, ('r.\. w.will :tl I q kar:o nn l h: sod 'i 0 is"t,'r II a.ll.ly. of <.i1 S) e., ;11 E'4. curb 1 FloI': SU""I', Cufee. TeA
Cotton Factors, Commi.'Merchants, and March! Irtth' 1801. D ly -Aon.Gener.Ll : AND (ilSNTLEJIEN'S: : : \KI UNISIIINO; GOOD\ Cr.lckcl. ('j'kh"+, l'resnrvca. lie,". l4gllcr( :11. Gil ,"s'. S"I'. Fresh i'uarheu. \IAr .le.. lItO"f:

[j\U: OFl1': O G13AtJJO : \. Co'iillni"Hione1'chmt! : : *, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Sdm.na. r, ,',"1".'r', Oysters oil ; .line., 1'Cl toether, wilh .th I Ilr ...t supply .r the various brands
ALWAYS:: keeps on baud Cloths CWimcrei., 1st:. 1t: 4evurhrsahet.Moniecllouilltany '1\llItit} of 'lob'cCli- of which I. ot
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.i- AYDmW: J. MILIXW, \ Application: for DMclml' L". !lIlilhm, Flat i I Venlngs: i'aucy'aaling4' : *e., uhichhuUprepared tin verv lust .erlpt.lon. .
WALTER J. :MILLER, > SAVANNAH' OEO. SIX MON'TIH rafter date 1 ahull. |I'r"'flllII"! final : mini attention" given! tn the solo Cotton to make up t.) ordor,-In n workmanlikemanner rO.L: t.AT' ..
'jot' HENRY J. FAKUAMORKt. ) arcs not and voucher. a< Admitilxtratrix, .: (if tin' Jns! '. Hides and, Prodtii'n gem-rally. -, nnd, on the most uoimhlc terim.Februarj J"l'iMlin, :, eouflduat that our pricci caauot: f iI* give :llif&clion.'e: '' follelt natronacv
i Estate: of Stephen. Ll',htjey late nf .TenVrm fniinly l y Cotton and other mureiiandizo, forwardedv1tliearo 2.1th, 1300. ly (:iveueUtrial. 1'. J. CllAUE t SO.V|l.
I ileccnteil, tithe Hon. JII.I/c..f/ Probate,, nf. salt \ mid dUpatch. ---.- ----.--.-.--.---.-- April 87tli, 18C1. 37-1 ly
( REP'PICNC1t8 : (mut ty. and auk to bo discharged from tho Admin February :2a,1361.:{ 2.ly BOOK : BOnK 1

.f non James M Baker" Like City, Florida, is'.r tlon of wild .. .
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'v Estate.JAXE i(14( ; 1 I- a 112'V liatiire we liivoliilrodueadln theti'.i -- - -
John : --
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Hamilton Florid!
Stapler' Ksq) : LICillTSEY.Adm'v. rl( .
FIB: S METALIC. BURIAL CASES
1 I. liitfiinrciilent
.$ lion II H'fuoke'uh.uutuavltle I lo of Mo.iiUvlio. It for
\ : Georgia, :March 16, 186' 6m "
Ex lion LSeward, .- the people (I.> end, l>y mail for c'I''k, theymay : : STORE! 1"!
.. need theivforo, we lm > bro.ifit' out a few EXOJ-STI.01
8 Alex Smith. E*, : : ..,;. ; <
M J E:: 1'1'1'111001''J.\1::" Qultmnn. _'= m. tiJ + ..J volume" of the Stindard, Wglk of the eounlry, i ":, .,---
... : ;4', mid the demand will increase M.
\., J Caraway:Smith:! EW Mn.Uwn, FJnrlo\II.\ = in coat may ; our" I. .

A M Cas n, E tl\ ;
E Vann, Eq, "
H TALLAHASSEE PEN. & OEO. R. R. } THOMAS Sl.MMOXs.Muntipcllo UtronV [I'netleul W"'II""I"8 ;" ; .
Simeon ;
Smith, Eiq Valdosta" Georgia w.
Flu, March[ 2:1, 18\1.: \ q
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; Major H C Young) Thonrii' County, Georgia, TALLAHASSEE! June 8, 1801.0Hand ) -.._- -. --. (Purtleul iV.iI.ulruunra ; t', f i
a Mt.v Dickinson! t 1'urramore Mod i.inn, FU.August : I'oeli'nlr..rk* ; h':. "f
) after Mindly, June 17tli, 18ii\! Pa-wen >. J. Taylor SoottV 1'oetieal W..rll'unl''r' ;-; .. .
:2ttlIShc.
28- ; J.T.BUDD
ly Trains this I hood will follows
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on run na : [1'ovtlcu! Woik. '
SP' O OMM) 'j J3 31 DJJ i 'M fi R O ]HA MTUeccivinjf ; ". J.k ." .
Sale of Public Lands TKAVi: ARm\'!: .'T ,. hurls Poetical Woi U; ".s : ,,.. ,
Like City ... .3 a. m 1.lOli.1I.. '.1.15a.m.\ -A S IJ---- li,in ihti4oii'-i- A'ork ; =. j
Adjacent ,!lio 'Geo. Boundary Line. I 'rehLlhasseu.II! ... 'I he Pillar of (RioI'r'm'u
hereby 'Ldlahda. ., '11,20' St. Miikn. ::1.11''0p.mTjlluliiMwe. and Forwarding Ag,'nt, nf the Itiu'o( of David ; -HAS IlECKIVEI) HIS-
r"N OTICE U !given that on' Friday the 4th The Thruacof liuttd
St. Mirk-t. a .I.aJ ;
day October iiavt; I wm!! attar for ,iln at t FERNANDINA. FLA. .
.. And otlxr works too numcrou to mention!
L rnllaha44 e. 1\\ K-kloukonee I ll many r
public auction; lu ollu-s I nt Tullahnwoe." all the 1"111'1 J3f" Agent for Clmileatun) D.illy I.'noof' Stunnor'
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5 MmtWIlo,. 7,80 -TucKnl.-:
Jr r.l land lu tho fr.ietlon il .. Ful.ruary25.l$61.:\ 4lyProfessional I lDJ m
\'acllutA"1'flly the bound 1'uwlI..hlllA| 5 Lieu Cilv.I 1 a. m. With n few of the mont interesting; woo k. If V1CTION g 4 @
Ivlnj along; cry line between "1.,1.1'11111.1 1 l I
IIUI..f"r" the .\ 1'.11I1I1 themiewsb.reof I f a
Georgia, which on tho lutli dny, nf J.llllla'la'I. bu Connecting nt Montleell. with stage liiio to andfrom C1nLAC1 1
T. J. ; J SONS.Monlie.1'o t .
longed: to the United, State of Ameri.-n. Uroovenvilli'. un.l with I"lIIl1l1h.11.1111": Cards : : ALL TOE NEWSTYLES IXAS
t. Terns C'i'A.-Xot lilnir, reet-lvnd ayment( far nndllulf.l Railr.ud to Sivammh ; at the (O.kLcL.i) ; --.-.- ... .- '! (M. 27th l 1ROH. I7.iv ., lmm..CIXG
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aid' land except gold' and kllvtr eon and- Ihu bill nee River with 5t.ui o! to and from I IJulney. and at :St. vL'I4'ToI'OI'NDltl f '
;.l nfwlveutbnmik4. Mlnlm-im! price, one dollar and Mark wllli Stu;e, whleh will leave for Newport on PUSI{ I im CARD. ; ,
iA twenty-five ceuU per acre.IVrion arrival' of the ears; an,I return before: the train TAI.LAHASSEi( :, FLA., ,f n n.Jl p $ TuiwV\
",t'. *.Ip.iill'; to purehtw are utiecl\'illy uotill.1 1tU.it lea ei'rho Dr. 1ST. O.ITAVlMe T12oDoi: .i ici ; ( 1lrll ,
Line from Montim'llo will JOHX "CAJ10Y 1'l' i.f .
regular Stnga
: tliii aJvert'nomjnt does not rel-it.' ) t.IIIII'I"I1t ; : re.urn.slItO'Jioniirpl6"> respertatliyulfrr n1)pictO1'
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ntntadto the Ktito for the pnrK| >*-. of ..I.I leave for liroovemllu upon, the arrival of the .3u: L.L his M-rtii-M\ (o his IVii>nduiid the |I'uli- : r: '(1\XE'\\ fr"llI 0 to 35iHoro: Power.
Sominnrle or lolerllllllml'uveloellli. nor to SWlI1fl' I I' )[ triln ; but Wh )' au sixoll'rrfurGrou- lie, inthuprnetiuv of Mi'du-lno an.l Snr'i; ,ry In t heir. I STEAM:: to older, of. the be.t material, and woikinniifiiip E DnODEREt do.t .
veri\ilbi{ extra utige will leave Montieello[ iimtharrival
and Overflowed Land an tariouslir.inchi' Rfoidcnut- Jh! A.'l'iilnurX ,,
m I'oI. 1I11,11I cheap us can he purchased in NewYoik
J' HUGH( .\. CORLEY.Ucgltter of the 9,43: A. M. ; thus giving, : families ilontitello, July 20, 18011. 2a tljl our a 11" Northern ei""hll..i.1. down in Florida. "i ,, .YELL AS KM USUAL 1,1:01 USE OP
of 1 Puljlla I Land. and parties' an opportunity of staging: ; in daylight.No \ CA"TIXlS} for Saw Stills. mil Ganuiou.! .to,
'. For the State of Florida. : ," will be run on Sunday. >r. M; /G. "'. JOItI),iHAS :\, eunetantly on hnnd. Sugar Mill*from 12 to 18 iuuhvt PLANTATION 1 AND HEAVY GOODS
C. T. W.SYFAN. .
Augit 10. 1M1. 24-till-Oct. 4 Supt.June ," RKMOVii: TO 'flU: TOWN OF MOXTI- in d'mrtor nhui on hand or made to order.Som ,
15th,1801. 18-tf .' ':l.IA), fur thn 1'nn-tico vf uicdiuinc.fW oeanliful palterm of lllOX: RAILING for
.. :Police to l-r v !'iin llou Claliuautu r OlKcc nt WUM' Hotel Grave fouls.. ilo CLOTHING, BOOTS AND) SIIOES, HATS AND CAPS,

.. Xiar the Georgia Jtamtjary Liae.l &poo1.a1 Notioo.Ou11d Aliquot 18, ISrti'. 27 6m JOBBER(; WOUK of. all da.eriptiunsexecuted( ., .
')rVEnYperuuneutill.sltotherI" ;iutof I're. Wilh'II'IIIC1".IIII.I.Io'.I''leh.' | All orders addressed\
rmp "GROCERIES
l HARDWARE CROCKERY :
1J lion to any i>f the Lands In the fractional Tr"'n- : DgmJ- T. j. UKMI: to John Cardy, 1',1111111",1'1"1'1.1".111 be prompt ; dc

'... ships adjoiuliiff the Georgia lonndryLine' I. required E) g: 59 T 0 ITMOVUCKI ly attended! I... raTKltMSCAMf.SfeJNov. : n + ; _
to establish, tanid before me and innka pay after March 23. 18011( thou regular; Train 9 8. 18UO .I 189-lyl JOHN CARDY.ZNTotioo. .
i ,. went therefore, at my olliea in Tllllnh"*...... m soon runninj. from. Feriiandinn to lirouson : r.o, Fi.oinn.v, : Those Goods areYa il* GO'OD IX QUALITY and will be a.ldai

'! practicable the fourth da,after*of October seeing thl next notice, and before will on SIIIIdll""tilllle to Cedar Keys, srrlvbrq AAT'ILtl'RACTICK! : in nil portions ., LONV IX PRICK, as can bo obtained at any House in JMouticello f and
v otherwise such at 11 I I'. M. Thence r"lurnlllwill/ leave Cedar > > I)UB1 SG; mv alo (II'e. at l'cunueola, mv brother,
cluim will be forfeited. Keys at 4 A. )[., for lironaon I Feruundinu on of part uud -.Middle Florida.. !H. 1C. Vl'ALKF.R.\ ,)' authorized ugeutto all articles not a can Ke returned.
11UCII A. CORUa-. Monday Juno RUth ISliO.' 20-ly INII",,iet anv and all bu.incIOIIIIII": bo.balE. : Monticdlo October 13 Iepreielte
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Regiaterotl'ublicLanduforFlurlda. 5tuamrrawill be nt Cedar Keys on the following .\. 1.'I ler, .H, I>., *T. M. \\". .WALKER.April 33TT3D3D.
Aug. 24, 1861. :28-w7t days. nth. 160 I. 8 tf
J:w' !loving; roiuuvr 1 to M"nli I'II.F1"i.IRI will
: FOIL SEtf OKLKAXsi.: FOIL KEY WEST. continuo the 1'r.ictior of Mvilii-ine; nil Acute ainlChronlalliscam
!- w [tOIJ @l JirT? l rr Insolvent Estate Notice. .
March[ \11! '. .' March 18, *. Ho may' l"e f..lln.lllt all hours,
:i Oopar1in.ersh1.p.I. April HundSS, : ; April 8andI8Mey .., whim not professionally! alisrnt( nt his rt'sldonvc.onthefv"nL STATE" : OF FLORIDA. ) DAVID v.t LEER. AdJtfrrtoH "
lIE Copartnership In the Practice of Medicine, haul Si 14, : ; May ar.,118, -wtateurner.1tlae i'nlilio Square, West fount i/. j minUtrator of the lUtateof 1560. Fall Winter
JL heretofore existing between the unJ" '. III..I. June H all,1 2$. ; : Juno 3 and 18, of C.d. Ulurkburu'. a l Mold."l-- Ji;>el iyulka'rlot; e of Mild tI..IIIIId"ceu....d, havlu find Trade. 1860.
I. under the name and style of Doctor TAVLolt d: July Hand 28.! ; : July 4unll8.Ann. February 18th IStiU. ].lyA. ?fiU-d in mv ultii-ea \sritton.uge.tiooofthe! (inS4 ww5-.w wtiw. _..___ ,,.., 1
1'ALMER. I Ie diuolveil by Pr. I'ulmcr'sVirginia gnhig; to Itnnd, S, .' .' Anguit Sand 18, .lveney of, tlieeat-ite said deeeusedTherefore -
AS Surgeon of the 2nd Florida lIe!;imr ut. Sept| 1 1 and 28, ; : Sept. 4 and. 18, c. .MrCaiils,.I>. notice U hereby iriveu to all 1 persons
f' The dissolution! to take effect from the lit of Jan wry and Trains will regularly counevt. '&tiii,!> Uronson .' Y'SICIAXJuly hnvingclulururJruumdsagtinst said, deceased, (" J.&WP.'1 MAEfflrarriA'OT1 L
last past Ir. Taylor authorized) to collevt IhoKotes and Cedar Keys ax above ItOI E01'ATlIIC 1- H file 110"11I111 theolKeeof the .11I,1.;tI of Probate of l
and Account*du*to tho hate ti'm ; and those Round Trip Tickets from all regular Stations can lbutit'Cllo, .l7ori.t. r staid l County on. or hi.fore the. first! d iv of 1 leeciubcrnait ,
Indebted Are earnestly requested to can on him and be had at reduced rates 16,1}S3U\ npU-ly't molten there will be a pro rata dUtribiitlon of
pay their duel, AS we need money ami wish to windup J. E. I.ARKIX thda""sits of said[ doeraecd, anion": the creditors
buueuof! the I firm. at an early day. April 0. Hill. 16mj[ ] 1 Km?. .t: Sup't." D.... U..bl'l.t !''ii'oU, soioN thereof; and at wide time the told Pntid Walker 3 L:: uJJ
B. W. TAYLOR ( will apply for a dischar. u f""lIllhe 1I.llIIllIi.trati.u
: I 11CJoU.U: 1'I.otJII.\: ,
T. M. PALMER-: ATTACHMENT NOTICE "
ofsiide.tatc.! :M. H. SIT.A1.V.: WAT
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Montieello.AoguH 5th, 1801. S -3m Johnson! Bird & Co. ) In :Jelfersou Circuit Co_..rt.VS. ,I trOIT bi.l.r..r..io"IScrviceltl/theetben., > J uI..r oof Prvbate. v& ik1 :! !) @@LJsJ
iloutk-illo and :
of
riuiaity. : Cm"LIVKRY ]
I Sum sworn to. ... .?::149 73; May 25th. dl.! IS 21
J.B.UOLUNS. Thomas MeCulL ) 15ond ..., ....... .11\19611 March 1. iVSU em "

.AGENT FOR TilE DEFENDANT and, all others interested) are 11'u..liihaurih, Sl'BLECCQUXT8.. *

ALABAMA 'NSURANCE COMPANY hereby notified the commencement of this suit A T I O B 3T EY'S b COl'\SI-I.t.o'n AT LAW, I HAVE plaed ail my livery Stable aceountiiiiI [ iCLOl'IING, ,
returnable to Full Term of Jefferson Circuit: Court I Ihu. builds of J. B I!. COLL1XS. };.q., for eollw
Or MONTOOMERT, and to appear and plead to the rania. Jfonti'c*7/o, j''loriJI.lr"flU. tine ; and nil pt-raoim Indebted are ui-'i ntly solicited 1-Inrd.Avare N'ails' '
Art prepared to take Fire Risk at the usual rate*. JOHN WIST:::! C. C. C. lu the Courts of thiMiddle to toll U|"m him uud! ..ttl either by cui.>h or Grroceiries, Iipn, ;
' Charter Capital.. ....... .$300,000 '.4 Juno 22. 1861. 3m practice In the District Qjr- n ite.I I um' ubMMit with the Voluntrirs' ;, uud! amIherefori. .
nf Court
Capital paid to.. .. .. .. ..'150.000Eo the lluil..,dbtutv Flur'nlii.und of Je iroiu that this busiuew ch.ml.l bo cloy HATS BONNETS rLANTA'ITQN S FURNITURE & <
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H. METCA.LF.Seo'y. I I \Y a BJB1J Prei X i :Fresh, Lime.Made March 15. 1S39.; >- -ly:: v1! up-' H. K.*WALKER.: GoO .
March 9. 1881. 4 ly JuneRth.JSiSI. 17tfJKWKL11Y tew
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INSOLVENT ESTATE NO ICE. in Jefferson County; Flab. T( '. to.COfNSFlioit rir. A'T ;- --: JKWKLUY. JIoiitieello9> Irla : .
ATTOKXEY AM) :
LAW
STATE OF FLORIDA I HENRY KIRKLAND, ''f .......1'..- a .\ure would \lie eou.|.Kred jn- -
Jtfa-tat" Co...,;". t adiniuUtrutor of the ri The qndehl/ned/ keeps constantly nu htn.ll"ru; M< t tit-ello, T4)l'Uld. .''I'. ..iimidei, wiili.iul\ die iii'UpeniuiMe'reijiii'itetiia friends; and and the \
tate or James L Kirkland, late of Jflft-rsoa County quantities of Fresh 1 imetaml >>y| forward the uuue UU. UidyVor 1 .t. ,"tlcmll"'" <1rt.., $a js* AVc take pleasure in nnnoinivnis to onr patrons, publja gen. .1r,
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deceased having filed In the Probate Once a writ- "| er Railroad, to toy uuteanibld\ tutn very rev "April IS .135 Y _.--- ly-- )Luis l.iuUtfliUMil. variety tit eood Jewelry, such that we jire now rct \ ing otr: Stock of. .
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iugetlon that b.t bcHeve the estate ef raid mumble terms.Any .. IJaTTifTT*: l-'I'I'r I I u Kin. no, ltr.-; ...t Hii*, Fo it-y '\'llclc3.Cmi..I\oI! \ .
James L Kirkland to be tnsoh utTberofor order addroasetl: to me at Mautk'tllu, n..rlob. mid :silver Watcht-*, ('amor *, notice U be"Lgl veo to- all person. will receive prompt utl htioll. frJ01IX '" 1 ttornty/f of Lear D Svlli-itors: iii,.Uli< i>.'er:/ : ,\ ". ricaii \Vuteh.) ,I'el.< undl',.calls., 3L1J @
baring claims Against the said\ estate, to appear! and :: M. 1UYSOR.February : JALiailA-sSfE.:" : rUJKHlA. I I \I1Ii wUUU w ill be ...1.1111 a 1 living r' 't{ ha WD1l87(

..1i1. the eH I' Yo lth the Jude: of Prubattof said 9tli. 16f!. C2tA. t"\71LL prai-tUre ill the Supreme Court o the T-J. Cfl.\f'1-.11': nSi 1 J. forr rictjr and ei
Gouty OB or before the third day of February next, I MiftWno.Ov.Uil.i-r Which have"lcn hclcctwl with ( nll, ;alent1 1. and which !
-- If Fldrh((11 i the l'uiti-1 M-it.>' IHntrk-t Courtlor ; 27 u.." 87. yt' Art :10 < feeling u
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aarba.ibere'iRbe a pro-rata litribution uf the i'I.'rtlmr.Dealer for :N'ortht-ru! Di-Urit-l of FlmM 1 ami in I the Cli- ..... ... ten(, wt }believe to ba. !tss i ieinity. .c court an nainUoR
" f 9i tclonciag to said estate amongst the credi- < John cult I'l.nrlr of the Muljl.i" and W '.....ru Cinniiu. (1. I"Ht', auj-edtliat it wy l"Url n-tciv las 11 *fair! share: of ji.itronflse. ....

ton thereof; and at which time the sale Henry -- in--- jlyUluc,. In. the Mate; Capitol), oppo.it.. thw At.termv I(ADMMK-UOUIU: for Xnh, 1':11',11111'. t.. 'take ae- I I.J j In ouiHtiou to our usual stork, arc nl!)o rvceivin fiui lot. of OA. Zo and Klfliic'li *
ICirkUnd will apply for Lis discharge from ll adutinftretioa I Wt .
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PUOVIK! S A\I uuociuaiusMONTJ02LLO Genoal'.liit ku-'ulvdifuunt cudf.r1&ss.tDeels.mdHurt] j otter moilcrato .;*
\\ no nt ratP1
of Mij eit! ate. T.UOMABl.rZELL. A- J. PtELEK. 'I gunesunLands; .Y.: "'1u& 1.i.t oatUo:or kifirnuttloo.!! II
U. II. STRAW. JI J : 111)1"1M16t1 \. taU C'hU f Juatice ti, C. i IOHIUI tail lukedeeeitIon., Acct ; :"\uiuaivc. : are la tta4 Cotton Market. n\JN
Nepal .. ISSI (eml'JiI,.0'1eb.t.. !, 1m. 47 t( K tr 8th, 1660< 89. ly j'I 'kteaitnee.M..ntlc, lfj, H. 47 11 2", 1S60. Jy J. >f. i. W. P.Ah 3.-'i.

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