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 28, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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.YOI.J. III., IO.N'rl.cELLO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, 'X\E IBER' 28; 1861. NO. 33'

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not jO88e84 ourselves of fort Clark flY the which will ever be present! to thb mind A SOUTHERN SCENE : FROM LIFE. This VI lo' Wnr. LATEST FROM THE XORTIIWKST-REPOH-' .

Je! l11tlliIU1 iirn 1. tJ/1yollct ''' itbi'ffhtf bnf wiser i and oIlIer of tliosa who witnessed it. On that: day: We. give the follow'ingTi otn the Concord TEnACHIEVENENTDYGml.LEE.--Reliablo t

heads Ihan mine thought; othcrw ise. Ccrtain many a fireside was made: desolate, many: a "Ohl t mommy linva yon lienrd the newsThus { (p. II.) Standard, as the article which caufd < intelligence was received on yesterday from x
Southern eMI.1.As
'Tvnusnr.it. )EVERT SATURDAY 1" it i is in my opinionIt was- one of tin mother and wife made to weep over the In spoke her nllr a*e's aged fuco ', the paper to bo mobbed !' General Lee's command, which indicates )

WO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. causes, second only to the shameful neglect sid fate of those who were nearest and' She.npward!, glanced and smiled Men of New England I :It' is n war wag the prosecution of a brilliant campaign in "'' M

of the authorities in not properly fortifying dearest to them, and whoso body and man-: cd against, your interests. your pockets, that quarter on the part of our forces.!'! To

.". SCAM! : OF PIIICES1obttKargcdlyttuirrtt the coast, that caused: our defeat. From Bled corpses! perhaps now lay stalk and It"Wlmt mils l new c mighty you mean fine' ;my little ono. your future prospects, tho welfare' of you news i is that Gen. Lee, having cut out 'a. 1.l t

., of ITimda; forcrefyde*. those two causes! !'! wo have: the following result stiff upon the bloodstained! : beach of Hat- To make my JniJ'mVolicolfl: i<> rod, f.uhilies, the f future of your wives and little new road for a 1 part of the distance! : hail' .

.... triptionnfAditrtltingi; : : the possession; of-llattcras:\ : !'!, the key terns Hilt such scenes as these arc tho Her merry blue eyes slilnc." children. The sad loss of life fit Dull nun m\I'cICI1Iine thousand; men to the ,lef of ''

r AtorTF.O HT TUB rnrronut.. COS\'J: : Jtox.] of the Sound-the road open to invasion:. nl necessary: attendants of war.: But what: is -nay: thcthouaattdsof. brave: hearts whicl, Stiper's, "Meh is at the western of,

1 'orl Sgnnretuccnpytng'S8ol1clu'crtillu.-.1.) : : the space!ol:1::12 Brevier. .. .T.:1 lino 00; any moment-Capt. Ban'on, Lieut. Sharp that: appearing] on the 1 fortI white flaffl "Why The Ynllkee, Abram President Lincoln don't you know arc yet to bo saciincod, !if, Black llepubli Clical'Mountain, and into limo Staln ton'anilPai ',

F.re.ry tihsegncnthtsl'rti"nr..s: ; 110 and about TOO.or eight hundred\ gallant: men Suielj those who were that morning so Whose ugly: filottuo once we now, can demagogues: and Treasury: : plunderer : ersburg turnpike road between Stiper'sand
ISqtmre.1):) month .. .. .. ..f.. IS 00< taken the and then onward to tho
1 _' motith' .. .. .. ... .. .. S8 00( prisoners, by Abolition Kangaroos : buoyant and full of joy nUll hope at tho When up to town we went ; mo permitted to carry: out their program HUlton\io,
If lyenr.. .... .. .. ;... . .. .. t.. 1201 besides: prolonging, in my, opinion,, prospects of belling: the Yankees, cannot: Well, lie Is going to free jou nil, mo of blood-are but n feather: iu tho bal, : place, of which I ho look possession.He '

2 ," L ... ... .. .... .. ...2001 the:11' for half be Yet it i is Such AnJ mnkc3-0Ilr.h! and grnnd, when against tllo'tlemorl1l1- succeeded in culling off by this move-
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1 .'. .. .. I... .'.. .. .. 23 00 year.not slicing peace. And. nu'll be di o.sod In silks and gold .
4 1 .:... .. .. .... ;. .. Ji10. ( I tnust hear: forget to mention :a trivial a continual stream: of shell was more than: j lund zttion: tho prostitution, the crushing .1c,," )newt the Federal forces under Gen. llcynolds -:
I column 1 ," 't. .. ..*. .. .... .. 40 Of time gallant: little fart could stand the bombproof Like the proudest of the Unction which this infernal war: wiHsurelj! from the co operation of his assistant
4 1" .. .. .. .... .. ..'. .. 60 OC : circumstance, it may seem, but one : ; A !gilded conch dill carry you ,
1 1" .. .. .. .. .. .100 OC which exhibits!'! the brave man: and patriot: had given way and every shell now Wlicru'er you wish to ride, bring upon every New England: home command, stationed on Cncat Mountain.

l'slnt: and T.i'spt.1 Xnftec fo< fie cJinrcpd; the On going to the fort about 2 o'clock at played' sad havoc: among them ; so laying; And ninniniy, nil your work shall be, Fathers t Go J protect your dear w iv'cs and A skirmish )had: occurred between pork,

iwmfl' ns fif transient JlismWion; Advertisements it* Administrator! fcorptJiot'n'e :''l: fur night, Lieut. Aftirdaiigh: might bo seen asido their pride they yielded to necessity, 1'oievirliild. ns.t! !!." H helpless!! children, who w ill have to sufler lions ol the Federal and Confederate com;

M'hicji tlio clmr o tlinll b(> .. .. .t 1000 standing; : in the clear: moonlight, upon the nn.lto prevent any more saci ih'ce of life, The cngor speaker' paused for breath, most from this!! infamous: !'! {trust Id.1t1: war. m.\iulsnnd: Gen.Reynolds himself! hnsbeencaptui >

Advertisements the I1Itm"pr Imnd.-il, of 1 Insertion in for publication, to IMI rfinblnOidl i upecIfvtnif well ,1cfl'mle.ll'\mp\l'ts: : at HaUoras.: lie! had; resigned themselves 1I10nlh's impl'is- And then the old! nnrso sold, # liichmcn-those who :are reputed to bi! : I1 Passengers by the Central Railroad .

# till( forbid nn.1. ] clinfyo; l tnncoortlnncouitbnoiiilmrdinriil ,' was!'! calmly stipcrinU tiding the work about onment, perhaps: tho loathsome dens!'! of AVhlle closer to her sW at'thy heck, such. There is your fancied: wealth ? on yesterday corroborate' this intelligence '

Belll-.! the guns hang one fixed RO as better lo the Tombs. It was: truly a humilitaling.ight. She pressed the gulden! hend. What is your real estate worth to-day-: anti Fay that in tho skirmish[ ,alluded ]

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bear onthe enemy\ with which ho him ell .f' lj little Missu*, ot"p nnd rc', Where can you find n purchaser: for it, at to, the 1.'clcI'11109S was: one hllJre. and )

I r Jlnnfnlp.} intended to fight. No ono who Shim: Tho fight lasted for a day nail a half, out Y,,"'s talkln nilglilykfus; nnjthing like cost ? Where can you find time Confederate: loss twenly. It11 con

; could doubt but that he would Jo good of which. time there were) fourteen! hours of .Ti-9 look up dare, nod tell! me what ono at any price ? Will; your income pay jctl'c.lthnt. thc entire foicc of the enemy, ,-

/ service. The next moiniug, Augus 20! a Incessant filing, dining 1 which l time they You PU tn j ondor gIns. ? insurance: and taxes: if this miserable war on Cheat Mountain[ ; owing to their hopeless,

; of Fort n.ntlcra' "day: ever memorable; to those! who w itncssed thl'clFomc 4 or 5,000IllOt and shell.!! Ait You Muck nces old as any Jnniiny'sn!:eonl I ; 'ilnl.ly!" face continues until next 3Iay\ i' situation would be compelled, noon to sur :

An officer! of the C. S. steamer!: 7iY/A*,, or participated in this sublime! but term! Alter finding the fort\ had: sun'tiKlcrod: and And nndernenlh her Imnkeri.her, Jlen[ of1 moderate means I \rheroisyour t'endCI.-IUclmon. li patvh of Thvrt\ 1 1day.

oho witnessed; the bombardment: and ,surrender \- tile contest, rose' calm and llcallt lhl. This that w\'c could bo of no possible use, we left, AVhole beii|'" of kiiotly wool. iicomc to day ? What storekeeper in if.

of Fort JIallcrwrites: to the was just! what'tho, Yankees wished. All for f Ooi acoke to take on board: tho sad: and My bnbj't.., fiice twist 1 and \\bite, Concord. has made enough for the past! lort- SPIRITED-CAYAMIT-..... : .-A. writer +i,

!Washington (N. C.r) ])t''J''ltt'tho following the the inorniilg I was IUtIiycng! :\ ;etl ingoing weeping wives of the officers, now pi isoners! Her.klul In sof on lino, light to pay his business! expenses, to say who professes to know lorsl the points of a good J.

nrcount. -the'fullest and best that wehave lo and fro on duly to Capt. Ban-on, and dial: proceed to..Washington. X. C.1o Andonlier'prettyliltlcheaJ Do yeller ringlets slaiio.Myihllo \ nothing of those of.his. family! ? Have your "warhorse: thus speaks of these animals : ."
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seen : I who \crynn\iousfornio: !'! to go on shore ; t!<)2'c fur Ireland.' r \\lio made diiTiflrcnccTl.t profits!'! paid thc grocer, the butcher, tho ba- Dull, sluggish I I horses I can 'I trAtICl1' 1 4 H I
r.t1l111clp about the :: aa they had not\ nnd her ? If'. they have; then the deserted 'I
tho Sound gns : "tnlrt T
Proceeding up W e came up mniiuny : yon to, tho point rcquiailu for an cfllcicnt cavalry: g
In the piocccdings of tho recent :
greatwar ,
+' with the little dispatch boat M. C.1)own-' j many: in time fort who knew much about You rends da dear l.ol'd's blessed book, streets! ot lhi.s I city, for the last foui teen horse. Almost as much in '
depends successful
meeting, in Boston! we find the following And you kin tell l have lied and have begun : "
ing, just from ll.ittera! bringing the gunnery ; but as we had: not the officers tospal' me true days yet you only chargu of calvary on the horse as on

intelligence that tho ]>atiolc! little Enrol of Cnrtlu1e: would I riot consent fvl'mc : Dc good 1.01"1'Mid It must btf, BO, togctn peep at the b"gtnuing .ot. the ho ; Indeed it ho doubted whcth :.
An fur ;
Lord honey I one, iK < mal may '
While time .
to I will here mcr.tionf:1et Judgo was!'! speaking: (*11<1. If', this: eUl'se.1niggel' war continues -
go. : : to
who Fort Clark! !little
100 men were at a ollow! ing dihpatdi tvasecceivetl\ } from Mr.iliagher AVid tankful hem will always say or raw iccruiu monntcd, on well drilled .?
above\ Fort'flatter alter desperate show how close tho Yankees were to time Zits mother twelve months grass will gl'Oin :
:s, making; a which was: rdd :maid tllllllJl'l'S ofappliutsO holy will bo dune horses WOUt10t lie more son'iccablo than
resistance, firing their last shot, had.: foil. While' ashore standing' on the lam; : I tiuiki Mii
evacuated the Fort, having: pi'oviously I icn- ,parts! in company': wall Capt. Ban'on, nil NEW Yomc, Sept. 0, 1801. Hut n lien I nuts for free, gatherers: w ill not bo able\ to tread: it down, spirited' animal) At thin battle ,of the-.

tiered the gnu*} 'useless by spiking and! disc i imonn' 'of., us being in uniform,"* wcnfot course n 'f( the Chairmin: of the Union Meeting[ J'll'huk de Lord of glory. for by that time, may be, you will cease tobe yramiiUtho horse of Muzad Bey's cavalry 'f
them nnd that the vandal horde good muk: and I'm' Yankees'thought /BO 'nneuil[ 1 If(ill : I deeply, regret tho inn ,ossi- Kut01'\ buukr.1 meat hko he.And able to pay their demands: and their ooupalion !
ing : : charged pcatcly in after their'
iiity of being with the citizens of 3iassiehnsctts ns fur lit.lc'Clltl'llIgl'} f' squadrons
nf the North led I traitorous MtlhodUt [ too, for whiz went! .1 bill: in closo' proci.imi- will bo gono. -
on by a this evening. The Irish HI igadeimperatively Dcy's notin 'Ull to sue: { idcrs[ were ktfud. So did tho :French
:Minister hid landed and taken ty to the ( .(plain's head, while several detains Yon must then repudiate, willing or un.
: : poshestion me lieu The cause Jiyumwiecoachwlint cm't'les him, horses at Waterloo on .tlio English under .
of tho :bit, and: now tho "Stars struck i irTlho: paiaput: : ImmcuI\LQ.j': under us. i you defend is also an Irish cause. There ]. good enough furnioj; _' -IC.)( willing.cehlllic: 1 You like to read ho same: circumstances. -

and Stupes" were: floating: over"Ihe! time- It will 1 hcieho proper to hl.ito that Midshipman [m. sno hope for Ireland if you fail: to win.fhcie .- An boney, when you mllmmy, \i-auU about tho war, pcihaps in the unreliable city And after mho Romina; ,J

honored soa'Mlho Ol Xorili State tint "J. M.St'iJTord::; : had been sent ashore is no hope for liberty anywhere: \if TucliuugoIerhomespun dress, press. You would have rejoiced oven aliffercnt 1nl'qnis was com .
< : the Stales fail win. .. I polled to leave sen on the shores of
where duiig| tin, light he to hhc'll pen j'like dear ole MUniHTo : result! Bull Uun-exulte.
Fort Hittoras still fully: pcifoimcd at at aucccssfulNoithem"march Jenmaik .fci
Was gillantly fighting, :
after the
; An exchange commenting this silly ho clot hpd with rlgbteoiisnem.My l'mbtrlmticJ: of'tho. :
his -
,duty'an,1rcn,1cI'e,1:1lnaLI: service upon to llichmond.
but in need of and munition of ,
was: men ork's been .10110 'Jls many u day, I troops for Spain, we how j
they .
Ihomas Frantis [ ,
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Oi-patchvsays! : : : Meagh
Ilimq< lr-wilh coolness ( But reflect moment lIe'I'iousl-rcf1cc !-
wRJ. .n.c.it\C'l1. n t' could, easily:\ : supply' lint conducting, : meanly And now takes, my ease, n 01 mod. thelsch'cs two ,armies 'AShe :
exileiom/ his native II'el:1I11111l'tIle
a.iinunUUw lied The !:il'!'!' StU'pr.81r.g.lti! : years.:: or, an : : : : Aniitliri fur do Mnrntei's call, iVould that, have done any more tlnu gray of[ f'auce : t
thp, : )! we : < ,1191. hips their masters b.c'J in the :li; !
vf his dibits' to sever her connection with
I t :
Just when de Mantcr Fcctional
please piidc or political -
ify ,
steamer: then pissed: ; ahead nflcf nmtlnlf'l: f i At S a. m the' fiigito; TValasli: stc.imcdup tho I'li'.ish; go\cl'unwl1t-ai.liug in the subngatiuu A II vlitiiut I InV de tie a dono come, \ your? Would it have tended to revive nnt charged upon each other with; j jsucl

.0: linn' and 'wo with!! tcdatinge11. : anxiousliiails : and as: she plc.se.l l\ Clark the stars mid) of the South 1 Thomas: Fiancisjle..ghcra : : A: (poor ole inaiiimy Met, ''I'ipl'lclbuiincs ? Would i it have fury that terrific shook, for miles j jtu'oulld
waited tho: time whenvwcithould I I waved three times her ti ) and the inhabitants f
: eagerly stripes were to Iut : : native:\ of Caitiylic Ireland Your' own diarmothci'* poll \\hlte Imndfcihall of tho 1
regretling ensured to better for the coining
cheer our noble companions'! : by,our the parapet: of tlipFuit. t;which: shin/ ncknovr ilo'odcw tired ole ryes. you wages country fled panic stricken to their houses ,
that ho in thCOl'I'l.ion
: participate and winter fuel for firesides
picscncc. Just at'tinsel 1 imo,:wo saw the (lodged by'dipping'her! CItVI'S! She ttien Do d<'nr Lord Jims soon will cull ; i fall: your So terrible \a* the slaughter of lhe.se fine '
nceting of Catholic haling, con food and raiment for loved !! ?-
Ktcdincr 1Fiuslow approaching,with npltnty loundc'd'to: dropped/ / :anchor, mend, -opcnctl Ole mummy luuiietohiin, your \mlalusi.m horses that out of a body of 10,- .
vent burning Massachusetts\ Thomas F.wlghcl' An he kin nh 1"1' foul Think about this. Look) at the
w\ guilty seriously
of:ammunition I :anil tho following ofli- lira.upon thl.'Ol't.! Nio: was: immediately : 000, but a few hundred rCllil alive,.
:\[ an Irish foreigner joining hands From of ..111.A "
ftry: spot taxes which this damnable: war is daily .
i: rs mi board f Copt' Samuel Jlarroo Lien' joined by'lhcSii'>finIianniIi Cmnbeihnd : I'
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ot im fett I shall nl down, lit 'i
with Xcw II '
Jvnow .
England Xothings .
limo \
IlIIOUI.ll'l's-count figuics BY A :
piling> Gr p.\m \-The
Miinii'AOtn.iii upon your }!
tenants Sharp: and Mnrd-iu: : and Surgeon and : an iucct>:.int fun of shellwhich Who died ami rose forme, '"rAn
I foicc the Sotfthern people] into a Iii tasteful -m.iik: the plunderers] : who have: Fort>i Smith (Ark,) Times contains tho fol-
Grcciihow: She canto to ttn anchor about dl' )I'PI'.lIi'k, :amCfatt wound and den, and not 'till dn J my chile, .
Union Oh, Midi inconsistency! unistarouse their the in the lowing in relation to tho Vfeath of Gun
plunged arms to pits' pub ,
two and n half or three miles from live! in tho Full. The Foil replied, at intervalsand Your miiimiiy will bo fuc (
the indignation: ot every patiiiitson': lie while soldiers and at time of Oak Hill in Missoui I
and : treasury, our starve: \ hall !
indeed cheering
toil. ,,This"was / ,. our the S.i'-quthnnnah: : was evidently d:mi' 1)01.; :
expectation: Lusty no bund' All this oI,11i 1 she withdrew fin tho'Ingo: of'tmio'l'.ort of Krin: in the Confederacy ; tliyywell, kno.v Conn1, !Iil4lu JHwm ny jourprayir*, go almost! naked-count tho cost, if you i ; ',

time nnd constant ClInOII.totas -a mid fi-ed'two then Virginia wo" tie I first:: ;State t to crush I Let ,1"1 yeas Llukum'lou t', know how to do Hums in Mmplo' addition A negro man, body servant to, Capt.
a severe : : only) inoru shotsdining
deblill! who him
out the (hydra-he.'idi'd: politic: monster Pu knows 1'I"g. and then juts"cl' how long lo expect' John (iriflilh of the'p gallant was in :
you 'hill.
being kept up the fleet firing continual time eny!ag >moot: her, ,rThee(! being:; 'And liu'll take cum 'f bts on n.
hiih had its origin !in. the brains ot Yankpc \ to stand: it ? Will it layP the hottest of the light at 'Oak and
.i.broaJskle.s of shell! while we replied at li.l: ,supplied by tlm, jasioko.: FoittCiaik ...... 11, j
f.matich-they will Know that beneath Poor men, who depend! on daily! ougty in the lit charge: like a tiger. IIi
tennis with shot: t. our shell: haviqg, been now also opened on i'nit t V, Il; Ucras, together Tin: SanrrtslltTI'rxsAcot-t.-Tholiar.: you your
I I I I Southern sky no flatus: <:: pscended to heaven "IIi. labor for }'onr Btippoit.' Cod help you I 1- claims to Inv o l killed fien. Lyon. Ho 1
expended., } The slut and shill dropped with!I -vcial: : otlier land ,b'utciies; bar police boat, II. Judah, Lieut 3IoWiight \ says: t
: 'I I fiom. limo crurn :in,(: walls!! of churches, Vo fed for because we are 0110 ot ho slot : in tho breast that 'on'
thick and fast, upon I: tho Foitand Inland, which they had'erocted\ on shove} i o'no of in command: w binned! this: morning yon 3'ou. :1\1 was : I
fir hurt I consi of fired by the hands, of Puritan lligotil-thc'y' about 3 o'clock the I'tnsacola Velcro do wo find our dollar: n day, unless largo grey horse, amid waving his hat' ,
..but so no one was ( XCl'pt.o thehp f .. -ting r lImon\ : : seemed topay. at says ; : \r.
well:l.iuvv l : the wiongs sued tho slIl1hinglwlll.h wo enlist '
wounded Observer 14th wlnlo her : very \;
men killed and Lieutenant Knight ( paramilar] : : attention.to n"s;;!ahas| : lh.V5'. lying at moor.hug .
: the South has': cmli.rcd ; and they war ? Where shall w e find our shilling a bio that the fell :
while fi'om'ort Clark:? In in thebasin at the Yard I Lyon by
retreating/ : gradmlly got range, they came: near hit Navy by a Atolilol il.a'
"illtl.1I to the world,' their deeds of 1'I -\. it it continues nit mouths when lands. cfa
lice: of this dreadful storm of iron, our ting us sC\\I'al times, su that: w o cliingud: : : party' of Federals from Fort I'likcns. Tholll'ral day longer, daikcy.This ,y

Captain with that firmness! and tranquiluy) our position and iho.guns i> were then tin'no! everybattle!I ] : troops came over in launches, num- lima fronts and snows of another winter fall same black man, finding hU young. ;:

whichever l characterizes the True ofliccr I!' on' tho 1'prt All eyes were now* tuiiicd) I: I boring, it i is estimated: five or wore, :and round us and our families!! ? cst master, Benj. Griffith, wounded in the

nn.l g'llLlcman'till tho C...:". steamer Ellin: to that gallant: little I"ort fghtingjagnuist: : Aje, what thoouth't:; : day of delivciancu when within rango: ': began throwing: tarred Iu this city not a d ly has passed' for tho ca'f of iho leg, picked him up, and carried 4

near: this. Foit, whichnow} of conrsobe.; such desperate! odds} Onj continual t t-tieam will come, as conic it muM", soon or late: the balls: and other intlammable materials: last week,but what the family of tho writer him off of Iho field}, notwihsttn.lilg.: Benexisted f

they will shout the glad tidings into theca f this! article has: been called: on to give it ith all his ho wanted:
\ might
came the prominent' mark: for the Yankees of shell fill upon it but still it docs: not until the deck of the Judah was Utterly :

nlllwenn'e a =Kimboat, but our decks Cue What citi:\ bs the mattes: Look there) i '5 of their long iin"ch i | countrymen at covered with fire, and the schooner in ''I bread to famishing chiJ.ll'cn-on two acca to fire sx few more. rounds al the Put; ..
diem ..
home will tell that has
were crowded .will.) men. Protected by I I goes the hurt again alin;;;: Lat alas: all! They liberty flame; In the meantime, several of the ions to honcfct-appearing: : glow men, out Cuasocarlos--Ono of the- New
the balls : : hhoi' is. evident I once moro tiimnphed, over despotism and !hunches the sides of the schoo of woi k and without a cent. They wouldhe POOI
our- Heavenly Fatherthough, : Jail fir t. The reason: now : proceeded to Y .. the
fanaticism willtcll them be of journals: referring to prisoners in
I to good 01'1
u hint led close and fart.by us, we remained they (,vin theer that there is for Inland. says :
again hope Iaf'\'ctt(
unhurt. One thing I can: ,"onch'for i is, that hot almost front them tills upon the for*. Miccccdcd in boarding her, but wel'e611a1ly chance: in the present general stagnation.Vhercaioour Once in eomewhat in
tho i
They will trike; :anew the chords of \ they are : posit
there is: not'a man upou'-this little steamer Amid a perfect hailstorm! ot iron a boat repulsed with, it is thought, sevenor I charitable :associations ion of the inmates ot Dante's hell, as far'
but who has ; .: miliar wilblthat leaves the What it want ? ) "Tlw'llUrIllut( once i through; Turn *IwlU eight killed ami a Let them arouse themselves ', even
gl'O\\II' peculiar tort. can : Iy 'lln- .ouvf uiulu died; probably largo ii-im- :IS esc :po is concerned, and dischargd
whizzing) sound which''' l ways: ao- God, they are bringing the wounded to the which her wounded. On our side one man from now at mid-sumnmcr, when poverty never tho miti'
by same authority committed
companies .1 ball ill; its flight through the steamer: \VhatatciribIesccno Never ''No,. 1.5ngs, at mute on Tare' ''U the Florida Regiment is misMiig, :and one before/ asked alms in Concord. This: cry. them, they as woT! adopt tho f

air. Several rifle cannon, balls las.cll in' shall I forget it. They approach.: Surely AI it list boul were lIe.1- wounded. Ono Yankee was bayonctted ing shame-one of tho results ot tho Dov'H's of tho may the insoripiou ,
over of
close proximity to us, /and though l perhaps: that blackened fica, that body] almost Thin, indeed hill there be hope for liberty while Attempting to board the Judah: and. var-has: got to bo met. Tho money which I the internal I region I:1 poet: portals ,

j it Was the first tune that some of them had] covered with blood cannot bo the noble and c\'el''wIICro-lol') | the foundation: princi- tell overboard into the water, and numbers I has been contributed for tracts which I Aa I who enter leivo ,
: yu h"rtl hope bliin.l.
gvcr hoard a cannon fired, yet' the,, crew chivalrous Lieut., Iur.I.iu;1 Ji. Alas 1 tit is. ,pla! of true ItepubHcanium! \'iz : that "gov of others must have been killed and wound I they will never read-tho liberal; contiibu- .' ....

and officers; stood it will(most perfect' ;, non. He had fallen mantuly! battling against: them Lrmacnts must dciiio their just powers ed while they were coming up under the ., lions! that: .iavo been made for undertlolhisgjavelockn I! A XOVEI ritAn.-t. correspondent 'or

chaknee,:exhibiting throughout the whole I by {the side of his gun with words of encouragement (1I'0ll1tllo consent! of the gov'crr.cd,"-w ill Coast Guard's fire of musketry Tho guns :I : for lint' which cowardly .run a French paper recently encountered (1' i

';action.,})erfoct confidence in their officer, upon his lips. After firing: three then bo indicated and firmly established. of the Judah, as well as those ot the battery way surgeons (1'It 1 n't stop to use at Con old I lady bearing a bundle of not very coln.' : i

'l and. a rcliijicc:! U| on the Almighty hand.Aftj.T .- or four effective shots. which crippled; tho Then, let the aiders] and abettors of the were useless, as the },'el1er\llanucllcli: revillc-all these contributions[ must lon Iy clothes on her arm ; ho inquired her_ 31.

safely landing: the troops we' again Susquchanna} nUll finding they were out of tyrant al Washington go on iu their mistaken iv"ei'o under our guns, before their presencewas Lc made ocr and over again ten times cn11 Sho said: she was "Jlouci. eiu rn' :',

returned to the Winslow, aud taking; a rango of our guns ho remarked to'ill) men and fanatical zeal. They will accomplLh ., know, or the alarm fairly given. On anti: ten times ten limes, for time benefit of ctHdea..*' llt-r profession : to blow- the

4 plentiful supply of amanition, we ,went I "Well, boys, wo will wait till they come nothing but their own destruction their retreat to Fort Pickens they fired our own slf'cring poor. Again wo say noses of tho old invalid soldiery'who'bad

along-Jdo tho schooners and took all) the up when wo will give it to them again." ** .. says twice from a swivel I, on board ono of tho God! help them, fur our city and town au- in arms.. Sho could scarcely mike a living.

( troops on bonr.nnl- safely landed everything But ho had hardly) ntttrcd these wordsere A correspondence that Gen. launches, doing no other injury than to loritics! don't ao it. Already tho alms his: lino weather, and was longing fo JfoJnnlier .1
:McCulIoch never wears uniform or carries: \ which would bring catarrh in its
at the fort., Our was truly an eleven inch shell exploded close wound Our theI'o'ice louses arc pot large enough. .
escape by, slightly one man. men on train. she drives t
a sword, but a powerful rifle, which is It.grclt ... Ten I roaring trades .
.miraculous.-! ;Nobly has the Ellis performtij sent two or three fragments of !shell! throughhis with him, and which ho nice withpertert boat, numbering, we think, fifteen, : and blo\s of no sea '
pet ;53"
} her duty j in this terrible encounter, ami loft arm, completely! shattering it to behaved, gallantly, and repulsed! the enemy ; ot persons opposed to Lm I Iin
At th.q"'LaUII of Oak '
it is due to her that her services should bo pieces, tuu.-ing: pain exhaustion: and;l toss!: of Hill accuracy.: arounlll1rni.ltllo) .upciior in nmubeiv and arms: while the eoln'l war policy continue( to 'e.mails, m s.1ier\who was: once wounded y
ho was riding flying
acknowledged.; Too much l praise cannot blood.) lie was S'lpplii'd} with lint l by 5r.Tredel very clothes they wore were burning,from Washington, Baltimore, New and : Irishman who up laid belowing. An
bilU nt coolly as it superintending! the op- otter In : near legs shot
bo given to her commander: and crew. !, orations tarn and and thelllpIIM oli
: on a and I
every : other
The enemy, after on incessant: fire of fully provided some for his own U'.Q should! Wright defended himself ith but a sword, vcry safeguard of Liberty are s of ye-do jet think nobody kilt bat
rs.'rcsU: himself with, a bit of i
about six hours, having sounded all about, he wounded, and who dui:jig tho w, holoaction \ -1I1'ort and escaped: unhurt from the !nany" bulets! trampled under Jiyjtho Illinois Despot audi )'('rc.U' .
by his rifle; to Ilia shoulder: .... .
jerking; "up- w minions, it is 4.-u f '
and planted'buoy}* ready. for the vdreadtul behaved$ did all the ofiii-cr!...: vwiih hat; were aimed at Ms head. Great: praise will < reckoning "
of the We long The ofth
< t$7
salting ono cnel1l bo Washington
) suppose to
Morl 911.0-morrow! retired for the night, I the utmost coolness\ and iirianea; I. ,ll@ivus id iia !Mm for his coolness and intrepidity, hope, ere. be rlch.: correpn.cot
IJuaolnites very much with I .
h : are disgusted i Philadelphia Inquirer
and,.no .doubt employed themselves for taken! ou \boar: l the V/mblowand) placed: under this unoffioc-r.like depoitnent. This was a daring: act on the part of the Ii r A dying 1l'i Oman was asked by \When the new ot the says success of thoUtttras :, t

the coniming; struggle,.. Nearly 'nil night the tare yf SorgeOij Giccn how! of the i ........ ii n.i i, enemy, but, while we lost in property, by I I Isis confessor if ho was ready to renounce expedition was comniunipated (o*

vrp were employed in )lins'tho :fort jm- ,I C, S. Navy, an inftUigcnt; and successful ,"1 Gvrrit Smith, the Abolition)la. hIs: InccudiaiUio, ho ;Ion ill1 lives to pay for ihj evil IIDJ all his worl "OthJ t jcrl.onor G Jen.Scott, the tears rulltn) down his ehtk.

pregnable, as'we" then thou4hMtwh of Surgeon, where fua.s, properly: carol for I! hornet, takes a very celantholly: \ievv of Li? audacity 1 f&l l'ut. doa't Dlk that, I'm o anti exclaimed, God I be thanked i"--. .1 j
I .. 'l lie President .. the delight;
the dltaslerthietk occurred on T&ufit to .
resent war prospects, strange
., | Property i iot beiug confiscated Ja Jtich.it I I country 119u"a' (-en. Scott then hiuoath 'in a hngoj
'110I1. nthiGuttd () th' j'atl t.\lJe u.c did J I .CoTcr'it'' ;>c Federal navy, was: =r< tjf: .I :()Jthqu'r'5 fgj not! toms 111':1\: F : tho) rate of *s0Ot000lerday, A .1 make myself,tntli :.1 Jllof joruoi. ne"c t

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l"e It Every Man-Performing his Dnt'g!,:; ;- ,The Attorney Oeneral'J' Opinion.: tlllt constitute a 1'rov1domalRegular Army, NEWS OF THE WEEK. ,. IFrom the N"V.Worl Septa 1th,].

lit Auuxz rltnd This is a Important +question,and It'is'strange that some men will' argue possessing all the material characteristic of Col. E. K. tRckburn'tln received the More Men I Fore'!
very to the It Is five months. since the
the Regular Standing Army, subject
him. when It Is in di 'War Tai omLnrd.
one that every man should nppfy. to the correctness of a point, flame government regulations, differing inno ppoinlmcnt o olector { tent of Sumicr and the
hr "Hal Jurlitia, root Coetien." self: "Am I performing whole duty- rectarianco with common sense. We immportant respect from that Army for the State of Florida.It it is termed, of the Northeni uprising< flovrstand

a duty demanded ef me by the.present sco that a correspondent in.the Florid'tan. not ill any respect save the source from is reported in .Richmond that four we ? The rebels absolute mastoroofof
F. K. FILDES, Editor.'Mollticello condition of our country f""t of Tallahassee, as also lho editors, arc contending whence its! officers' derive their commissions iiindrcd. Federals! were recently shot; In eleven States; in half possession of the

We have no desire'to censure, or In any :: that: the recent decision of Attorney Time popular idea of Militia, and ono which Wnshington, by order of Gen. McClellan, twelfth, capita upon our border s,'threat' '{
bo lost of without ruing our ;nod oil the
I think sight
i : \ General tJalbralh in reference to the cannot for to advance the Confedcr br.FtssivK, !
manner dictate to the wealthy, what they weeding a confusion of ideas, is tho or nn. refusing oa wondering when and wher they will strike! ,
.. ... shall do with the means they arc favored eligibility of members .,in the Confederatearmy zed Militaryj>owcr of the country, which aces. Who that beard the ;of patriotic wrath
SATURDAY MORNING SEPT. 28, 1861 with } for the necetsitiet! of the times, and holding scats in the General Assembly is not mustered! into any permanent service Both the United States Senators from ast April and the great rallying 'cry, .that

the wants of our soldiers in the field, makea : is correct and in strict accordance with but which is rcady upon sudden call, Maryland, havo been arrested nnd sent to swept over every Northern. hill and valley,
: I to insurrection or repel invasion ho Lincoln stile. could have believed that this: .
To Ad.'Vort1sora.ltlulllre more direct and urgent appeal than: any the Constitution. They confound the Militia \ suppress : SCtemLr.
of lheStalo with tile Volunteer The moment tho peril! becomes so serious! The Jackson '>ian of the 17th, sun would have risen upon such :
Jefferson | l
stall we are capable of making. county ; army. .lissls8 } '
we require prepayment ns to require nn extensive nnd permanent Wo boast of our great doings-exult
x- for trancicnt advertise'inents has made frequent boasts of"her wealth, The Argument they advance would makeit organization under Army rules, it becomes says that Gen. Sidney telegraphed the millions Of money raised and the 0'fe

I her liberality, and her patriotism: ; and p>;. appear that the Regiment from Florida a Jicffulur Army though it may be proisonal'ly to Gov. Pettus to forward all the troops ho dreds thousand! ot men armed, equipped,
from oilier titan contract advertisers. : Imps she has reason to do so ; but 5n justice in Virginia, for instance, rank exactly the Regular: or not, accordingly ns the could spare Kentucky.. The Governor drilled, disciplined; but boast as we may time

T his regulation will be I'' to those possessed! 1 of moderate means: same as tho militia of the Stale, not in ser men are enlisted for the Regular Standing: promptly ordered nil tho brigades under act still remains, that the enemy is at

strictly ad/icrrcd to. we must say, that the wealthy men, with The argument is so absurd, we have Army or for n stated period co equal in du- command of Gens., West and Alcorn to our threshold, nnd we are on tha'defensive!
.... ........ _. alien with the anticipated necessity that We have: talked loud of our superior population -'
n A claim liberality not the to do the subject rendezvous at Corinth to be sent on to join
but few exceptions, cannot lay to patience justice ,to alls: them into service. If it bo nsked superior wealth, superior credit, superior
Last Notice. -they ore, in fact, pennrions, and in reply. went i is to bo the test of its character, w he- the forces under Gen. Johnston. intelligence, superior morality,superior'
This is the last! paper: many of our subscribers have made but very little sacrifice dining "No man can serve two masters." The timer Militia or Regular, I answer the sub. Two expeditions of 25JOOO; men are fitting physical condition of our armies" superior'

", 'i1l1"cceh'e until they( settle up our struggle, so far, for independence. Wo Flo1' volunteers are in the service ot the ection of it to the same rules which gov out at New York, under Butler and every !thing! ; and yet hero we are on the
back We consider. ern a Regular Standing Army will destroy! defensive We have heaped all ..matner ot
arrearage/ : nre n\vare proud however to that there area Confederate :States-the//iro controlled! by Sherman.
aro say
its character of :Militia nnd constitute it u and execration the rebel-
p able abuse will be heaped upon us for thus few honorable exceptions, who arc entitled Confederate ofliccrs-they nro receiving regular Army. The source whence officers The Lincolnitcs are making a coal depot Denunciation it as the'most nefariousand

acting, bnt we nre able to shoulder it and to great credit. There are gentlemen in Confederate pay-and the State ofliccrs deuce their commissions cannot confer the, ofllatleras. accursed that human depravity"'ever

pay it back with interest-and in a manner this county who pay taxes on property to have 110 control over them whatever. The character of:Militia-that is, remove those A telegram from Richmond, on the 23d, conceived, sworn before high,heven that

to be/tit. the value of from fifty to three hundred Governor of h'lobla, by virtue of his office (ictwil disabilities: : which they are under for says that Gen. Lee's official report of 'the it shall be put down and the priceless hcri-,
other offices of under the of our fathers saved-and hero
i I* holding profit tago yet
and what have is of the Cheat Mountain
thousand dollars- they Cotnmandcr-in-Chicf of the militia: plan operations on
THE STORM. State and which the framers of tho' Constitution we arc, the rebellion looming :week alter,
done? Comparatively nothing. The poor nnd even he claN not countermand an order designed to attach to nil persons frontier was received at the War .Denrt week right nt our front, and we on the, de"ensive :
We bad our regular Fall storm on Thursday men of the country have shouldered their\ of the Confederate officer in command: whose employment either left them little ment to-day, from which it appears, that f

: night, and tho wind continues pretty muskets, and marched to the field of battle of the forces! in'Florida ; and this: is owingto time for other, duties, or made it dangerous! ho entire plan was disconcerted from the Now w c arc not going to take up the

high this morning. Tho worst, however, and left the r/c/int homo cnjoj ing their the fact, that Governor Perry forfeitedall 1 hy reason of the power annexed to it and tho failure of ouo of his columns to attack theencnmy's insensate cry fur an advance, w hich' seven
has passed, and our citizens may congratu nfltienco and patronage exerted over them weeks ago drove the national troops to
leisure and their wealth. The control the said militia the mountain. 'fhe
poor are exposing over troops) as position on
late themselves has lO confide in their hands important trusts. such disaster and 'disgrace, Heaven for-
that been
no damage their breasts to the and mak. when they became volunteer soldiers in the was defended by an almost impenetrable
: enemy : Under the ancient regime, Mr. Editor, I enemy bid Our troops are not prepared for nit
done, further limn blowing down tress and ing sacrifices innumerable for the maintain'' Confederate army. Tho fact of their be. think, wo showed'greaterjealously of State stockade fort. .I'I enemy at Cheat.lont3il advance. There is not one of their commanding .

fences. Weliavc not heard,from the coun once of their rights as freemen, and the ing commissioned by tho State has no significance Nights than wo now appear to do. I for had been reinforced by three Generals-neither 'McClellan on

try., protection of the property of tho rich.We .- ; it was permitted only through ono most earnestly )protest against this iulovnlion Ohio r regiments.Tho the, l'otOlal.III'Wool at the Fortress nor
.. .. the venerable doctrine /loBciicranlz in Western
admit and and would have been null and upon Knoxville of the 21st, ,nor 'rl..
( they are glorious examples courtesy, threatens. says in Missouri
The County Election. of seporatc jurisdiction, which now mont eastern -who'would bo
The election for officers takes ,) occasionally a man of wealth takes void\mless endorsed by tho Confederate to place us under the influence of Fedcrai that Ciipt. John Robertson, of the Hunt satisfied in 'pushing his column at the present "
county his place in the ranks-but what is the sequel government. The Constitution is positivein patronage. Formerly it was not uncommon Dragoons!, of Union county, who came time', for there is not one of them who
> place Monday\ : the 7th of October-a ? His patriotism: his bravery, his sacrifices the /nailer-that members of the Confederate to hear nice animated by patriotic rom Cumberland Gap yesterday, i imforms I. lot will be opposed by a superor force of tie
k week from next Monday. The most of the md most praiseworthy motives, though in position and the stake is
I are extolled, and ho obtains an undeserved a my have disqualified themselves is thai there was an engagement at ,Barjoursvillo enemy superior] ,
candidates have been very busy! electioneering perhaps Qmxolic in their fears, inveigh of two vast be needlessly J iumper.lied ,
notoriety I And what sacrificehas from holding seats in the General Assem on Thursday between 1800 Lincolniles nllclite ,
for a month or two, and 1 no doubt, loudly] against the dangerto be apprehendedVoni But superior force on the part1 -,
all are sanguine of their success. The can. : he mallIt! is true lie abandons the bly. Wo care not what tho opinion of the time union iu the same person of a encamped there, and 800' Confederate of the enemy ? How i i.s it that our twenty-

comforts and luxuries: of a delightful home ; members of the Tallahassee bar may be ; Stale ollico/ with the Post Mastership, of troops, who advanced upon them ono millions, after these five months, have
e: dilates for the vaiious offices fol.
are as but he leaves his wife and children with we would plnco more confidence in the opin' : sonic Cross Road o1ic! ('. But now it npicnis fl'ol Cumberland, Ford. The Confederate l under arms a less number of soldiers this

; lows : money and friends, as a guarantee that no ions of a plain, sensible farmer than a lawyer [ there is nothing to bo dreaded though troops consisted of a portion of Col. lat- day, than the eight millions the Confederacy :
for Judge of! Prolate.-J. B. Collins 1 General commanding forty regiments: under ? We may that tho Contoder:
shall its and if he whose business is tIc's and of soy
enter twist two
Buffering portals ; Regiment, companies cavalry ''
and M. II. Strain. the Confederate :Stales: should hold a ate government has rscd constraint, whflo
for Clerk of the, (7oi/rt.--Thomas Simmons falls! upon) tho battlefield' 1) he dies with the tho meaning 6f f tho law, to suit particulaicases. bent in time State Legislature, thus uniting -Capt, Simpson's and' Capt. Plumlce's. our government has not. ?

and W. If. EIliJ.It assurance! that !his family is well provided A completely ami in the most! alarming: manner The Liiicoluilcs. were ultcily routed, and But the fact i is that the great: body, the-
for. But tho poor man-he who toils! for Evil results originating from this absurd the civil with the military power. If we took 400 stand of arms, besides other i immense majority of the Confederate soldiers

,, ,, for Tax Collector.-James D. Morris his daily bread-what is his condition ?- decision of f Attorney General will eill1l11ellse such n practice should ever extensively equipments. The Confederate troops now enlisted voluntarily as our OWI. .
,t and David Walker. prevail I cannot but think Sir however Even it otherwise would
were our question
lIe leaves and want at homo Take suppose! ; have possession of Barboursvillo. The loss
one point
poverty ; yea :
1 J'or Sheri! :-Valentine Clem, T. II. every remote the danger: may now be, that our still bo unanswered. It matters not how Jeff
.. IIurst and William Towusend.v it would be prospective starvation, if !a member of( tIle Legislature\ h'om Jcflorsoi liberties would bo I'earfiiDj imperilled. The on our side, was two kiea-Liellt.low(1 Davis: has raised his immense Icrcc. ,I' Thereit

1 There bo other the generous public did not promise to furnish held position i in the army, nnd Gcn. Gray price: of them is: ('lel'Oal'igi1ance' and 1 I of'llnvvkins county, a private, name is: and it has been our l.usin-1' to out
'i.:' may gentlemen in tho necessaries of life, during his enlistment son should issue prcrcmptory orders,'do trust the people will descry the danger from unknown. The loss on the other side has numbcrit. No sane Northern 'm:1I'wll:
field. Rumor says there are, but wo do afar: and and by their voice prevent tho cs- affirm that have been }
: ; and it in the strife he should be flying them the privilege of attending its not been ascertained.A ;
not know it to be the case. I cfalablishment ot a precedent so pregnant: then has it notbeen! done ? We have Hint
killed what then becomes ot the feeble session how would of Tennessee have
1111'ill that
s county l'oilml troops Possession
For County Commissioner, "A Citizen" with future evil, b) over ruling n decision reverse after reverse-Great Bethel, Bull
} t;. 'presents a ticket in!t to-days All the wile and helpless children ? Tho strong Assembly ? Somo' odious, law might bo which violates not only the letter but the of th Lo\ill\'ie and Nashville Run, Carthage, Springfield-have suffered

.. gentlemen suggested would make paper.,excellent arm that has for years been their stay and saddled upon us, which, perhaps) ,' cold spirit of the Constitution in its most vita Railroad, wilhin, folly miles of Louisville.All Missouri to be overrun, East Tennessee to'

I support, has forever passed away, and untold have been prevented it our county had a part. the rolling'slock', including locomotives be trodden under, have failed to follow up'

officers. sufferings and privations been entailed. representative .... have been burned,aud the Railroad bridge our advantage in Norlh Carolina: and refrained .
.. ..
I Who then makes the sacrifice ? I The decision is The Northern Press. Suit :Elizabeth fl'OI 11 like demonstrations elsewhere .
Solicitor of the Middle Circuit. greatest absurd. aud the argument across river, near to'\\n. -and for want of n sufficient number .
Col.:Samuel R. Stephens in the only candidate who the greatest patriot? advanced to sustain it a great deal worse Occasionally the Northern press is fore The Tcnncsscans are posted .laul of men.' "And what is still worse,th'r\

before the people fur this position. But we did not start out to make an id-! The masses of the people look upon it iu cd into confessions! that it is lolho to make rough Hill, forty miles from Louisville. is not even now;; when all the' hard consequences

.A lIe has filled the office with sue between the rich and the poor ; the such light. They fire opposed to having; Wo publish. to-day an article from. the N where tho Kentuc-kians afro rallying to of the deficiency havebeeh brought
1 great: ability patriotism of the two have been weighedin tho Constitution, (which is couched in Slid Y. World 1 r as dirty a Black Republican! sheet unite in huge numbers. homo to'us any adequate I'ans iu opera
and satisfaction for .
a numbcofycar8, and the balance and it history m there is nt the North. It admits that Gen. Xollicoil'or, nt Cumberland Gap, tion for its remedy. Congress,, con torn-
long that
language' others besides
years ago lawyers can:
it is to bu hoped thu people will give him plated and, authorized,,the, the
has failed to do justice, it is too late a understand it,) twisted and contorted to the Confederate forces lire greater in num. says the Joncsboro' Union, has taken 600 hundred thousand men for rniing'
a "rousing" vote endorsement of his
-i as an suppression
its hers and moro affective than their own, bUnd. of arms intended for the Union men '
service day to question correctness.Let suit tho w hiins and caprices of n. few.- of the rebellion. Wo have not 01 o
.,... us suppose an impossibility : if the They cannot understand this movement, and piteously' nppeals to the people to en of East: Tennessee, and Las captured eighteen half that number on our rolls all told ; ni.l, .
Bensatio Dispatches. Lincoln government was successful in its and must conclude tent, although tho ohUnion Hit in the Lincoln army. It confesses that ot( the linglcadcis of tho rebellion in at the rate we are enlisting will not much

scheme of subjugating the South, what and lines have thi the programme of coercion is not being that qnai: lor. moro than keep good even that poor' figureagainst
Wo would advise to party "departed
our people place the casualties of disease and
would become of the thousands of life still. survive. Is carried out, from the fact that none of their A_telcgram fl'OI Richmond, ofjiho 24lh, CUl'Clit
; but little confidence in any of the dispatch. i negroes political: jugglery battle. 1 takes months, as we have found
AA cs, that are received now-a-da)s. Eight: nnd acres of land owned by the! men of there not a "particular motive" in tho mind/ Generals J Ifavo sufficient force to advance. says ; A well infoiined gentleman, recently to our to mak available soldiers.:
out of every ten turn out to bo "tics. And wealth in Jefferson ? Would it not nil bo of a few, influencing! them to retain all tho and that they are compelled to occupy thq ::1 ived hero from New York, gives it as One would j judge the present progressof

especially"pay no attention \oiicies brought confiscated to the victor ? Most\ assuredlyit present members of the Legislature i in'theil'! humiliating position, : of acting on the defeniiee his decided opinion, from facts and com the N ol.tl in enlisting that it- had made
I IIOt withstaJ\\ ling all their boasts munications well understood in interested up its to go through the winter campnign -
would and be
by passengers, who received telegrams' every man placed: upon an seats PSlnco ( with a force not .
ot Therefore the the 1 in that they would speedily' "vvipo out" thc ('irdt.i! there, that time Yankee proprietorsoflurgo materially largerthan
before leaving Kavannuh. Ou Tuesdaylast equality -poccrty. neces foregoing was placed type, iho 1 present and take this, ,
,some ol our citi/cns erc almost thrown sity why they should bo liberal in their do we have received theTallaluisssec fteittinel, South. Tho article in question is an important interestsfn Brunswick, Georgia, is indeed so, it, reflects mil'rblrlJI our

'r into spasms, leoauso Washington city had nations. It is better to give a fourth, yea, in which a correspondent, over tho Iigna.tUl'O : one, and wo direct attention to it, havo induced the Lincoln (o'elnen'totit patriol'iMii. ?'

been taken by the Confederate, and we a half of your wealth, now, to the government of "Slate:: Rights hanJlus hc subject as it clearly indicates the weakness of our out a l largo all expensive expedition, Had we the half million on foot which A,

had killed six: thousand Yankees! This and soldiers in the field, so as to ena. under consideration in a masterly mannci enelll '. with about twntyhouu.: men, to take, Congress voted, or could e bo ussiwed ofthem .

dispatch was brought by u passenger' and\ bio them to carry ou the war successfully, After quoting] the 14th Section of the (Oth < ..,... for the FiioiuT.Mulus 1>runsw ick. Tho design is to establish a certain by that the first the of December, it is meet morally its

was received in Savannah just before he than to wait until tIle vandals take it by \rtfclo of the Constitution, he says : Defunctus.Reported navy yard' on Blyth Island: and open I end before -ihe rebeloloulc1. summer

left. If it was: received, it was: such a glaring force. You will perceive' that by the first of this port for time shipment of cotton,naval stores With our present force no man can say ,'h-'I. <
lie, even the city! )papers did, not have But, perhaps you say that this is nicre'y section-"No person ]holding. :: or exercise SCENE I.-.Yeir/nrt, 1'nin and Mule utanj odor and live oak. I fl it will be effected, or, indeed thatit will bo

the effrontery to publish it. Therefore supposition.. Very well, we will grant it. ing any office (whether Militia or not) undcr a Ire The Pensacola Observer, learns from a effected at all. We arc simply fighting
the Confederate States shall hold Niw: TON. I tell you, Ervin, if you give the rebels on equal terms with
01' member of ono quarter
will Captain
any place but, little faith in teli-graphie dispatches The armies of the South be triumphant : lc'h'rol's company), Jour
exercise :any pfiico under tho :State.: If Ivcre dat mule tint whisky! aud loduum he'll dieccrtin. stationed Choclavv hatchcc real strength. In such a cause us wohave .
-wo will achieve our independenceyour on Bay, that on
at all events don't Income cxcit
to admit therefore that thu ollico c1" -tho existence of tho nationat
: I never Ree: git over it very
over them. property; is secure you will not losea which Capt. Amaker: exercises.is n Militia: in life. last Sunday jigh; the picket guard descried stake-tho Norlh ought to find no

.. .. ceut-the brave sacrificing soldiers rill office, yet if he is "exercising" that ollic/ yet my a small party approaching them in a difficult in pulling I million of men gent
'' The Soldiers' 1'r in llies.t protect it ; but is this any reason why you under the Confederate f : States, it is clear: FKVIX. Shur; man, you too sceary to launch. When improper distance the guard arms The French Republic of !93, witha -
under our\ Constitution, that ho cannot be doctor. I seen too many mules takewllbYy hailed but < population but little exceeding our free
t The Winter, months will soon bo upon should not bo liberal' in your offerings upon them, receiving no answer fired
exercise oflieo of under the and :Odlllll1l.NlW'fOX. States raised twelve hundred thousand
.' us, and some provision should be made in therltarofyour: country ? Recollect if/anyprove any profit KNow at them, when tho fire was returned-then the men
State.. to repel which
Well but mine was
time to supply the families of poor men, selfish and miserly, it cannot bo hid it argued that Capt. Amakc what I tell you'll' see; ('usue.a general skirmish, one of the pick. threatening its destruction. Itistrnethevhad

who are in the service of their country, from public gaze. You arc watched-your docs not exercise an oflico of profit. undo you. ct guards receiving several bullets in his a Cai not to the civil councils ho wa'snblq

', vvi i'*i warm clothing. A tax has been levied wealth is t..noWII-III 1 just so sure as there tho Confederate.: Stales becausn' ho hold: Eitvix. Go way, Newton ; don't yon coat' anal one in his hat. One of the men both to infuse courage and enthusiasm

by the Commissioner: !!, to furni-.li them is a God above, exposure, reproach and his: commission from the Governor of this know folks haftcr resk things when they in the boat was seen to fall. into the people and then to organized with
State as Captain ol Militia.; yivin grandest and effect. We have
with shame will follow physic The Legislature at Frankfort has unity no
and think it would
provisions; we be.. you. passed '
..... I take it though, :Mr.: Editor: ,that tho NKVVTON. You hcarde me. I say rcsk such inspiring, commanding ability in our
well to raise funds, by piivnto subscription, -- question! is not whence, he derives his: office/ You resolutions denouncing the Kentuckiansand ndmini tration. But we have-what ought
kill dat IIIlIle1At's
things. gvvine to
to purchase the other necessaries of life.- 'I'nanclina. but does he exereivo one however obtained Tcnncsscans, w ho now hold portionsof to be worth far raorc-a peoplo of unequaled
At least one thousand dollars should be It is thought by some, that Fcrnandinawill under another power ? It cannot bo denim'' what: 'er you gvvino to do. Kentucky for the: Confederate Stales, as intelligence, who have had for three gener

m laiscd'for this pun pose. be the next point at which the Lincoln. that Capt. Amaker holds an oflico that i is L'uvix.: Hisc up do mules head, man, so "il\'alerl, ," and declaring that "they must experience of blessings of"constitutional

....... ites w ill attempt n landing. There are several ono of profit, and that it is exercised unde I kin pour do stuff down him, and hush bo expelled ;j" that the troops of Lixcov'sgovcumcnt freedom. '
to such belief the Confederate: :States: gwine on dat way, 'less you knodo somin It is idle for the orh'rl people to wait
is good '
Who Brigadier General grounds justify ; What is it to exercise an office under IL "only came to Kentucky to for
Will Borne one who is "posted" inform but if they .Should attempt it, they will person or )power? Is it to receive the ollic bout givin mules physic for do colic. preserve the tranquillity of the State," anti They any ought new to impulse find f'om stimulus high to places. "

;r- the Militia who is BI'iga.li-'rGenel'al' of the receive a warm reception. Wo have at from the person or power? Is it to reteie [Newton hoists up his head' and En ill requested the Governor to place ThomasL. iu their own bosom ; :or, external duly

second Brigade ? An election' was order. that pluuo, at least; fifteen hundred effective and extreme the same ? Can an ollico hot administers the medicine.] .. Crittcuden in command of the Stale monitor bo needed the i sight a ,of the

ed to be held, ou the -inst., but wliayr troops, nn'lllll'YI'e composed of as good it be was oollllin not;,received.tel'I'ell under I a power from that whom being SCENE iI-Jfule lyiuyo* the grounJ ill grllt ago,.,. forces. glorious stars and stripes in danger of being '

the result was wo have: not learned, 'Vt!'! material: tl.cro is in thy Confederate ar- under a person' is being apprehend subject to their Euvix. Dat mulo had de colic to bad .. .. humbled and buried forever, ought\ tot
*. ltradditiontothisitanattack should 'fore I got to him if I had hero I2TW. G. M. DAVIS of be enough. This enlisting must not lag a*,
soon Tollahas-
know that no vote was cast in Jefferson, iii) orders anti control. If this bo so dolot ; got Esq., it is doing. The
for the reason: there was no aspirant, and be made, our railroad facilities are such, M these so called Militia officers/ hold and c.\ 'nough: do whisky and lodnum would 'cr see, has been authorized by the War Department wake np to tho real people necessities everywhere of the most Government

the polls were not opened. to enable us to reinforce! by any numberof excise offices under the Confederacy ? Is i it hope him.NEWTOX.. of the Confederate States, to raise and rally to the overthrown ont

r ....... -. troop equired. Wo will not pretendto possible to conceive and of a person' being more. He's 'er goner now ; jes look a Regiment of mounted men. Companieswill enemies. The present defensive position

Another Candidate for Congress. say that the vandals cannot effect a landing completely; thanjhoy subject arc to the responsible War Department: to another how he's kickia. be received from either Florida, Georgia is shame and a danger. We ouht.tohavo.armies

Wo see by the Tallahassee papers that upon the iblnnd ; but if they do, they Do not they like ofliccrs/ of the Regular :Euvix. Why didn't you git me sooner; ? or Alabama. -armies before that whose can afford some thing else

one"Squire"Skipper is a candidate) for Congress will be repulsed with immense! slaughter, :Standing Army, receive their pay or wages I tighter saved dis mule; but I got here ... .. quail and superior cower, instead strengthrebellion of #

from the 2nd District. Who lie is, and Amelia liver will be crimsoned with from and through that source ? Aro they i when dc whisky and lodnum couldn't reach :?""e publish today, by request, a amazing wi world, as it 'now docs, '

t ve know not, further than what was recent. their blood. not field liable of service to be and sent to the most distant I !htm. complete list of the members ofCapt.lrdtsCompanthe proud defiant flont. We should wit
-1.... -.--. under Army regulations I NEWTON. Needn't be talkin bout $\, that day this fell treason keeps it
ly made know by a "proclamation," pubf to be reprimanded dismissed bho yerWhisky rsol Jeaurefard4.; every .
B5? About hundred and of even stand is a added to its the
one the It day prestige at
forty and lodnum Put hand numbers just one hundred
lished by him in the Semi-weekly ATeics.He .- Does or can the Governor exercise alnltiduof now yer lern .
seems to be quite an extraordinary Yankee prisoner, recently confined in control l over them ? Can he dismiss on do mule-see if lie's dead.Elms. is well drilled hive expense crush the'good this rebellion name with of the republic.

f man. He in never troubled to ascertain Richmond, have been shipped to Charles them from the service or administer, 5 iu -He is dat Jcwhillikius! I ...... decisive, overwhelming blow we one shall quick,

I I' from, Mr. Webster the to spell ton, and are now safely lodged iu Castle! whatever way, the slightest punishment to never seed a mule swelled up like dis one Coinnmulcatth] to the Frivni higher rank than ever among the tk.
proper way
Or ho
them? cau them ? How FOR
Pinckney. Five huudred are to bo sent to promote COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.Mi If allow -
iu all born we
J words as he Las adopted a fashion of hisL can it be pretended with Iollndo\\ of reason my days.Nirwiox. : :wavering,dragging,lingeringstruggln
New Orleans. EDITOR :-I believe at the electionin -acting on the defensive 'as'long
Dare What'd I
( of that offices thus entirely another ?
own-was once "Squire" certain dis subject to yer
October as we can, and in attack assured of
i iKi tho
n voters of J never
trict, and discharged the duties of the office 1 rirTho Florida Itegimeut,, iu Virginia, power do not ixereise timely, offices, hoiccvederived Didn't I say mint whisky and lodnum you ef'rol are called success- shall wade through dishonor:*,

;, with entire. satisfaction to himself-andnever has been sent to Yorktown. We understand ,i wtdi that poictr? was pourin down dat mull was: gwiue to upon to select four County Commissioners and probably come out in def3t Triumph, ,
Grunting therefore for the bake of ;;aud as I see no announcement ofcaudidales .
argu. kill (him? I know'd
f I is
,t refuses to take a drink, when politely that about one hundred and never seed ary mulo sure if we wi it, but show ourselves
twenty that Amaker and
ment Capt. Cel. Wan)
for the 'leave
git and lodnum position beg to
over whisky and that flint more forth more
t ,invited to do so by a friend. On the were heft in Richmond sick, but they are oroMUitia officers, I think, Mr. Editor it i ili tie wost of it, dey aiut Vr gttine; to git over the follow ing named gentlemen : suegent of our earnest-mu. put

whole, we do not know but that "Squire" improving, and the most of them will soon very plain they are disqualified: from hok it nuther. [Exeunt I CALVIN 'DAVIS ..., .. J
Skipper 'ould'make all efficient a Congressman be able to join the Regiment. A few willIe jag any other office aV the name time untie A SPECTATOR. ,
G W. 53TTho New York Daily News Im
another But m.ess! the ideas that ,
power. ..
j as some others announced si \ from l'I'vicl" Park .
discharged been ,
Capt.: ] forced by Seward to suspend
generally prevail, as to what constitute J YLOn
F. putlcati"u.
ru. Au-rx
has ,
r though he is brought' forward merely! a hill's company is still! iu Richmond and has Militia are grossly into rect' the f forces now the contest for, Esq., It i is JAMES SlU.1.ELLEN lt'OOD. The last issue, on the 14th-

: lmrlt'F'I"e. not, :as vet, been attached any liniment ia the 1'1'\\, biollal Army ore uvt Militia, I t'j\n more JQ Dot Congress.: hi example I, pity nCllll'U'ul.v: A Cmzt a, tlned'ru tlc.a lengthy card, bidding fuc't.l;

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': luit izii'ii4 your inander territory announced simultaneOusly his purpose with to d trli teUtcni a08 W "X '.\FLORIDA -- ,

hr movement' on the part of tho -o \t'1-; c E, 1 S
fo'rces whenever' the -- .
Correspondence of the Friend. tucky shall undertake to enforce Deparl inent. : 1G Proclamation. Election of Elc< June 8, .1861.E. a) I'l'ALLnAsK

tfti belligerent the "sliict neutrality" ttlll UIcadi'flIankL1oc,, 'torn'ol .President And "leePre"-l
EFFEr.sO'f 1 0 1 86 1.
Co. Sept. ,
and after June 18BO
they have so often tl c1aroet. ..A. B. SIMMONS : X..Ltbo1 dent of, .Confederale State* o ON Monday 17th p.ln'ger
Will )01Ipecif6ffj Trains on Road will run as follows!
; > i
Mu ,lt eajJ&irt 1 you plcnsi I return amongsfyou, citizens of her Patrons that :1 n1S 'America' and Hoprcscntatlvcs to< th. -
colnmns for the follow. of the Jefferson Fcntnle Institute, Cards &0. I ABB1VKAT -
head the S rEAVJ
a placcrtyopr ky at the of a force Coiigre '
re,umod on Tuesday, the lit, of October. % Lake City.... t.S *. : Montlcehlo.9.4m.
,11 ingt&ount onho Soldiers' Aid Society., which is Composed entirely of Sept. 14, 18tH 8l-tf 'Executed. with, njntne8 Ind dispatch tt the office BY untnorUy vested In me by Inn. Tahlaltas'ee.aII tTntllnssee,1.20" ft
forrnid at )ionnt Moriah Church) We do not come to molest any of thfl"Fanil1yFrknd.," ,MADISN" PERRY, Governor of theStat SC. Mail.. ..12,60 p.m. -

b' Olfi!; month whatever may bo his political ( RTotlco. : 'raiment. required delivery ofvork, .1 of ,dt order an election to be held I In ft Maks. m//Tallahassee.,, 4,80 'ta
tlio > 'lust
1 cue NfX
JW ,
ago, ( "
guJ Unlike tho of Northern bringing(, Wool to the Factory for the t (ItS Severn] onlltlf said State on WED5E3DA1. Talahnle. 6 Oekl.tonee, 6 ,
tTip ladies in tho vicinity of the cliurch or agents of having It mnnufnctnre'd, tint* the Ctli day" nElt, proximo for four Elton I" ... '.80 ..
who seeks to reduce us to the name branded .on their bags. I will for President And Vlee-President of the Confec LakeCtty.... 1 I m.
pniiizcdlheir: Society; by electing Mrs. W. dependent vassal", we believe that responsible for any brought not thus "hrnnd, LG@4@&r[ t crate SlaU-a of America, Also on the some day, Rnelcctlon I"at Montlccllo with SInge to and

U.. Kyle, Prcsil ei.t, Mrs. d. W. Blackburn! cognition of civil rights of citizens under one hundred pounds will be re ", to be held lit tbe counties of this Slate Eat. from Connecting Groovemille, and with th.Savannah,Albany
foundation of constitutional manufacturing Into cloth.J. .' of the Suwannce River,composing the first Congreiptonnl Savannah at the Ocklocko- t
',ViccT iJenijtJind Mrs. M. J. Cave, Sec -AT- and Gulf Railroad to ;
that the claim of the President of th GILMER. Superintendent District, for ono!onolRepresentative to reprcscti nee River with Stage to and from Qulney, and at 1t. J
retnrVOn' the 23r J, tho Society met, nj.iiotntcd : declare martial law t 31st, 18C1. '29dmtcL'o Saclic & Pottcr'sLiY4iIit saldDt.trict>In the' Congress Confederate Murks with Stage, will leave Jf.wport on
cd States to ; of America. Also on the some day an electioo: 1'Mel .
their Sllh' ) before the trutir -
committees and distributed] arrival uf the return
.*'*-ti. "*
wprkv >>* > convert every barrack and every undersigned olTors for MI ,'on r noonn./ lIX, \,t I 5,,anuee' River,composing!the second Congrssioni The regular r.lle from Monttcetlo will .V V

September fith, met, agniii, and on producing the land into a Bastiln, is nothing terms, the mUCK STORE hOUSE District.for one Representative to renesent said Dii I heave for Groovcrvill. upon the arrival of the 7.80 -
claimliich other tyrants have Atewrn Morin and reeently occupied hy TALLA trlet In the first Cungel -Confederate State train ; hit when a.many as sIx offer for Groo- "., .
their that had P.l\r
work found they 28 g ,
: Fcnncll A Sliclioo.' It is sltnatcd an ex wi ofAmcrtca ille, an extra stage will I leave Monticello upon ;
pair (pants made, nnd 20 pair oflsocks.Todrty <. subjugate a free people. business portion of town and l is really n de would respectfully nnnounco to tho public The Judge Probate throughout the State l'r. the arrival of the 9,43 A. M.I| thus giving families '
The Confederate States occupy piece of property_ For further' pnrtloiilun hereby opdored to Ike due notice oftbe shove proc.luunatlongtve of lu 'Jl
.ibtli that hove secured thescr\ Ices of and parties an opportunity staging daylight..
and we nn cmmcnl
agaIn '
met. produced the notIce the several ,
Green as, a defensive position. I t O. W. IIEKRLVO. i Colori and Portrait Painter Tho a Ishliif proper f' pre.clnct No train will be run on undIY.
a second lime, 43*pair of pants,49 pair the pledges of the commanders lIo. August 81, 18Bl.( 29.,tf lo.ilitnin, this mueh ndmtred anti durnblo style or In thalrountlt" endlcL MId rcturni eheetlon of In the the C.:T. Y.SYFAIf, Sup't :'

of drawers\ and 23 pair of socks, besides a i columns of Confederate troops, to I Picture have an opportunity afforded them tor the same manner to the office of the Secretary of State.In June 15th, 1881. 18-t 0"

donation from Mrtl. E1izabothlla1Inian of from the territory of f Kentucky on Lands .' first time lit T"llhIICP." The increasing demaiu Testimony Whereof, I have hereto 8'tmj Spooa1 No1oe.
,' conditions which will their fur this popular painting has induced us t toemploy hand and caused tube affixed the great sell 1
I 5 pairSf socks ; ihakingj in the aggregate,, mcnts. WAKULLA COUNTY nn xjlerl""ceolll.t8t, and we are now lre ['L.S.T of the State ofFhurhdufDone at the Capitol. 'J
Jl'' pair' of pants,467' pair 'of socks and 49 .' pared to In the city Tallahassee Ibis 6th day _-_ : :
I further give ofSep
you my own For Sn1c. MMnotynei, Plain u'a
tembcr, A. D. 1801.
iairof drawers. that under command A"lrofr' 11110.Irnr' Lit .after March 23, 1861, the regular Train :'
| force my : : undersigned offers for'stie Five Hundred ( ', Cabintt / M.S.: PERRY, : 1
.,,.The ladies of( this Society think their used to aid diG government of Sixty IICI'eSOr Land,lying on the AVesl tl,PhoIO.lplM. Photograph, in Ol Valor Governor of Florida..flythue now running from Fernandinn Cedar to Bronson.will .
"" in \\\'ater\ Color \4Phoograpua on Sturdteontnue t Keys, arriving ,
will in carrying out the "strict \ Uivcr and bounded on tho Un Govcnor- s .
work and will leave Cedar
quality quantity, compare ,'in India fnk. t at 11 1'.
river for three of niilo. It tolrle F. L. ,1
has advocated (from the 1,< inning.l (iimrtera A VIU.EIUE andFcrnandlna ?
at 4 \ M., for Uronion on
lavorably: with any Society in the county. S. B. 1 with Ollk, Hickory nnd! JIll other In fact t. we are prepared to fill all 01'.1..1 of everyevery Keys Si .
: : \\ood. Two hundred, nurvs of this tract l Is description! and warrant etis/ietolln: every September 14th,IStfU 318tKcgiincital Monday 4days.
+ W. Cedar the ,.t
Respectfully, be lit Keys on following
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I nnd 8\\nmp, nnd is equnl to nov 11111.1 In Inttttieetr nodiargO k
.i-. for the rating of Sugnr Cue 'folmeco, Muster :
Deceased Persona
UJJM lflEfl Fl@s
w Corrc'pondeneo of the Friend. nnd Corn. A great" revenue is aluo j'It.Idoii Dagnerrcotyiics ron tnw; Or.Y9.. FOR 1 KEY TVEST. t,
Mle of wood I wool. Euliirtted, to size and colored In oil March : :' March 18,
WAUKKEXAU, Sept. 13th, 1801. OF TUX [ am now sending to any equally ai 28, .
( nt St Mnrks, for nhlch I get four dol well as from lit'..iOlil I" : 14 and 88, : : Apri Hand 1 : I' V
MR. EDITOR J On Saturday 'last we had "JEFFESON BE AU REG A corii I. I liftu Wood L ullnnlld' ut the Paintings Restored and Cleaned BLL AOUE'! 14 aud 88, : : 4 and )

thd11 pleasure,\utncsbing a most beautiful II Huh Vent, where, cVrry rni. ,diiy finh or Muster of the Juno !-RnJ 28. : : June a and 18.- $
c-\n be enimhl} and in running sen Thn.o wishing l''rtruultwill pb-aso leave their! 'ImmE -wi' hue a glmentul July 14 nnd 28.' : : July 41nJ 18.\-\ ,.i)
and imposing scene ; tho presentation of an t In grcnl nbtidpi, ,n'e. 01'durs soon, ns our Artist\111 not l'elllll, -(d tlerlting home Guard.; ComPnl.>, Aug. Hand 2S, : : August 8 and 18, ',',\

exquisite banner,by the ladies of that place, OFFICERS. 1ln Ijin.U, have n hvulthy grow th of i>tno SCIIKOII.A'e aliuglhoh.t At ?It. Ziun Cliiircli,: fpt 11 nud, 28, : : Sept 4 and 18, .', \
D. B. Bird, Captain ; ) wI'kcd ns I liirpentiini\ filrm-It brliifj Imvo nl"ju.t Introduced n \anti beautiful 101 Triins will regularly leaving lronan
to lie Waukecnah Guards. Under.tho :M. J. Clark, 1st Lieutenant ; ., mllus and I hull fi urn II. U.,II k c,"',Tur otIt of oil colored 1'hotograpln cll.llhtl D1APHEVOTYrc nThomns clltJ: Jeorg'm, on Thursday, tl110tb aiuh Cednr Keys I above. .

the beauteous canopy of a sun light Heaven P. B. Bird, Lieutenant, Distillery.'. I which are R.lllrcl. (lily of / it. tHliPr..Homo lr. re Round I'll lp 11ckuI froiu nil regular Stations can
; t 11.0 source of profit just\ opened, Vlens iuken in any part of the country nt shO.tn"ltcl. peelfully liulted to attend. be had at r rates
), were drawn up in nppiupriato, order,, B. W. E.lxvatd<, 8d Lieutenant ; \>ill make tliU the incwt Vatnahle pluco In Views of biisinm houses, or residences, There 13irbncuc-anul a general V J, E LARKIN

three. companies-tho Homo Guards the W. M. Wikl'I'] on, 1st '' ; .*. I rufur to the HaMiim trade by etcnra tlkl,1 and pololea.lr desired. WzeSOby in In..hcs ln\' ,11'(1I"'IOre.la leJdcd to uU, and e-pec April 6. 1861. [ mj] Eng "Sup't

1\ lieat and tho favored recipientsof J. ''.Toiler, 2.1. Sergeant ; lee I month., A nina wllh n tmull, ro.'oC. Ambrotypcsand Melnlnotypcs,allslzi'Sand, 11'1.cl ally to the I.dics "
; ,company, hundreds, of AVator-mollons. J. B. LEWIS F. KOtTX. OEO. B. ROUX
J. T. Bailey, 3d Sergeant; Ille .lnlnr Call and seo Specimens S ".. 4 EYEHII. .
donation tho Wankec- V
There Is hind
so magnificent a .10. no 11 the \\wlo d % & CO.
J. C. 1'ulcifer, 4lh Sergeant ; production of lhc e fruiK December 1, 1800, 42 ly ". W.IllIB. j* ., Iloux
nah Guards, all forming three foul ths of n II. 1C. Walker 1 at C.1 YOUSI .' S
Corporal ; e for end entile. .*
liollowjsquarc, into \\hicli rode, together A. J. Miller, 2d Corporal J I l 1.lncxhnn.U.lo. on h..ls l'lnc" kitchen WI!!. p. SLUSSEIl',, ,V a:, ; Committee of Ajratigetaient&Septeituluer Receiving and Forwarding Agents,

vith several other ladies and their escorts, H. 1'orler', 3d Corporal ; hou, e and one negro ? *,, 21, 1861. 8'J 2LNotjc&tti ._,
Ot'l. ,
[ is also on this placa n siunll Vineyard, t\X\F..umm -, -- -- ,:
.1IIi sl"lol'i ida K. M;'phcy, bearing tho beautiful B. A. Stokes, 4th Corporal ; abunihmlly, the seeond "'"C. 11 belIeve, I
Tin'&id Debtbrs j and] rctitors.JL General Commission
Ilnbbard Stephens ) Copper Sheet-Ironwares ] Merhant
flag already referred to, which, inn 1\[ : culture of grllp'uud wlll neckIng, no C.UI' '
W.l'.Stnc-ty, f. surpass It. 4 PEItSOXgfTndebted tho Itt. of Paul H.jfrY. Fcraandlnnrbn 't
plowing, eloquent and patriotic speech, she 1'llIVATKS. \alnnbl,> tract of loud I. now under tha con. WHOI.E3AI.K' AND KKTAIL D1A.E J IUA ; Hnl'lcJnlo'of Jefferson County, deceased tW Special attention given to the_sale orCoton..

Represented to the Guards, nnd delivered Judge, 1>, Walker and Major John Hoard, D O :, hereby" notified, to Inken.'lclt to the underIgncd M. and Produce gen8rly.
A. Anderson, .T o'inh Horn I perfecta, title should, a present ; i \ T; iinil; those hii>hug claims against said do. .: HII's. and other forwarded
to Dr. G. M. Houston, who riding forward C. Anderson, Isaiah, Hnsoii fl renaitnllu. "11.. luld.II'r French- German Englsh Amercan"Goods,, "eased will pre ent thciil'within the time prcorlbe 11euU.n dispatch. .

gracefully'received it, and whit a native eloquence "-. Andcison, .T. W.: N \.".. WALKEIt ,House Furnshing' Artcles "\i S I.y law, or this notice nil) be plead In 1"'r February- 23, IBtfl. ) 2.1y'' ,
1 with d. hARLEY Adm'x. ."
11. Anderson Joel ,1 go any ono pur- .very ; recoveryFRAKCIS ,
fired with Kitisey
inspiration by so touching ,
328t''I '
at any time, lo examine the (place. Scptumberai,
compliment, expressed in glowing A. W. Archer, John Lacy, Ford, flu.. SOT. !-, I860. 4(-f-ta. STOVE HEAD-QUARTERS. 18U1 I>* J. Taylor,, V .

nnd fhhalric language I thanks't'( the Thomas I Braden, John A full supply alwayson hand of COOKING, PAH- iVolicc.TriQUIl o OOM 'O H w ;r J -if'A
W.I II. Branch W. Leo MORNING NEWS S ln I l L :
LOU and UoOM( sVoVES. "Cooking Moves tilm- dn'to the '
after I wiH to
company, for so distinguished n mark of 11. w. nrookR.I.el', ITIir.ISIIUU 1IY- ned, with heal new, In.l\\nrfuntyj to pivo perfect 1 WEEKS Judge of J'robiito/or.Jefferson apply ; ,

confidence and approbation ] their }proudly 'J'. J. Brooks! t E/Lco, ) ) BLOIS-W. T. THOMl'SOX, Editor .utllsfuittiu.ii. They ell bo shipped with safety' to fur nn order> and mo to county sell theolliiulnff Kccciving and Forwarding Agent,._

.Jlearing it \0 tho',KiiMftn': lie charged himwith \. Butler, H M. \ ( ''nl)'pl.tnr thecountry, iff ,!'' .lcel'cu.altho.I7lnl No/of A. Den- :> .

its L. I). Butler, I JtWl\IilI: I" Daily( Circulation, M* Stale of (Georgia I, GARDEN ANDTIRE ENGlNSI inm's addition to tho town of Montuclo. eonlaln- Agent-FENADIA.L f .
protection, impressing upon hhntheiportano I tuniC heirs of : tllu'lu.ton Daily Stmer" ,
J. 1;. Cuson, O.D.Morihi! Hlllnry.II'lnn. and Force ( ug'ononnd nere : : fJ
fly .
of his char \, and turningto W.... Ca on, ( ico. Martin, / .If'tnuiiq jV"iM, f<) per annum In ndvanro. I I"eh for supp1)ing PhiutattoniKiigliicewith : iMcphllalc, lute of 1 Icrnnuilo county deceased. '
the "Guards" in : beautiful and \rrltii\ Jfotiiitii. AVm |inbHiilii-il every Jinn- vuuter,f"OI wells.clsterus.io,, Englncfemoko :uh to annie distribution among said heirs ", DOZIEfl.JAMES :
n lungthy, I, MeXt-ill[ L. K. V\
J. Chiilman _
,', ,, .' nn.ll'II"rlt t$1 nnnuiu. Stacks, made to order. *.Hf ELIZA lAtE Guardian. V o &
ctaqncnt address, lie pledged each one of Thomas Cro"grove, J. Maxingo, \ !/ Xel., publidhoil every 1"1.Saturday; nt $2 SSPnliop Work of vt"V dC8I'lptol. dOne lv P.y HA AC TOW I YD, Agent Dozicr & Co., .* :

them as did llamilcar, pledge Hannibal, to W. II. Dixon, John \ ,(liii, always In nd>nnce. : the very, beth workmen_ ITS promptly ui'' :September' 7lb 1861. : __. MERCHANTS 1'
W. Dotton ) ) 10 AiViIi1iSEItS.!
boar eternal hatred his bosom to its enwnies Don.ildsog, 'V.A. Xcw Ijirge Circulation, ( of Iho "MortiliiNcwii"in Tiill.ihii8sccFi.brunry. 1, 1800. Bl-ly$ 1A Application Dwcliarge.MX 3: I Ell.\ND.l.\\ 2 '

; pledged them to make that. flag a W. Honaldson", G. M. N Jy'S y ami ,country nod pccully! I In t.I"llo, W011K W011KI MONTIHafter'dalo 1 shall, present my final "MIII'el I ly ,VWEBER '.,:. : t
i AVOllKHl t 1 i
> circulation being larger than
: any Administratrix the
rallying point in the time of danger, and J. Dnncnn, A. Newman, ] account and "vouchers ns of : .
the Mate renders It the best I
me- '
( 1..i.11 Uobert 0. Hinst, late of Jeflcrson ConnV ; : .
to let it fall; 1 when the "Guar ,- Duncan Thos. O'X .Fuliorr JO .
nnly last who to limko Jordan .
,1 t.o.e wl.1 I t deceased, to the Hon. Judge ot Probate of snld t PLLi.1Qr, \ "
falls bencatlMU fuld'C Geo. Deiioc, Win. Porter ,. t'llh3Iul.1111|i I (wny which wilt Bounty, and to be the adminitrut'Kfai Jcrcha: g
J. A. the inorl, |' returns : I IO.BPEN"EB a.1 .ilhal'ged rl'oll DliAI.EH IN- z..i T :
Qiihe a number of'lI spectators were presout J.W.J.II.Kd Ellis wards, J.II.I'riitlcii(' ,. ,' ,8lh Irnlt Irollul.11: HOUSE EUllDlR[ R AND.-GENERAL of Kit'ito'KLHABETH' HURST, Adui'x. I UemlyOIado Clothl.4 ,' !

0 who all koemcd delighted wltb tho Early Forth, Goo.: Iiimsey ; g. March 16. 1811 /I. AND OKXTLEMKN'rt: FliItNISHrNaGODDS1; : 40 V .:t;'':

iiflair which,, was really magnificent, and A. S. Fret-iimn, W. .: NKW&PAl'KU_<55tTIIli ) :
we am certain, that with! such encourage f.. 'v. Franklin, A. FLOJDA.i Sale of Public La nil* ALWAYS keeps on hand Cloth*Cusnlinerc.8,
asthiu John) Fiiquay, II. l'ottcnt> Thin Cliiirlf>si<,ii Mercury" t 1 would most rexpecl fully IlrOI'1 ( publla, i Fanny Con Hugs, ic., Which hell"
mont the "GI1 rh"
ought to be the
Robert Goultio I ( ""<|t and, inmt reliable poTitlcnl, coin-; I[bin'c fur tin year 1861- Adjacent Geo. Boundary Lin9, | Y'ilhIIB. to order, In a

and are ready to meet I.incohl'8 forced 11\\ Mioch K.Henry and general nuns, f"1" nit part* of the Employed) a nuiuLer of Ilund-i is h on .'I'hllly.lhc4Ih manner,and on ul reasonable ter.work"llic. .',',g V:
Grey, Stanley, r.ljyglnllhat t'
Ifs" l.y. ( (] NOTICE '
| fIlIII.h
their earliest call. 1Ie.111 cUI'r"I'I.I.'I.11 M"i dfOilober next I will offer for sale at February 2 th, 1800. l .
John Grey, Stanley, of tWrj' fur tIie"puuup.iee cnirhiut on tho House Dullding )
.r 1 I Tallahassee, all,the
} nt
; % f .1.OOKEn OX. Grimmer, M. Sumei'lin, .. that trunnilies| the KI|cut cities of 14 and Uciural L/'iirpeiitir* hl.lle. on a largo scale iiinnt"surveyed"'Llun.11 my 00"0 fractional Townships 1-'IL'rort 'OVlDILI A'
..... .\I".lcU1, Any woik entruMed to mo will bo done-' 111.1.11 ,
GaidnerJ; John .
yirg: along tlio boundiiry line bctwecu Florl.11111 ;!ALLAHASSEK FL.\a
[From thtl Naln illo Register, of Saturday..l] John J 11ut, John New! 0/ thfSnulhrccrii.Ytpe attention. Substantial, Neat and with Di"pntcl, Ccorgll. which on the inth day January last, "t :

AilVhiico o! Confederate. Into Phcopholiis Hart, ''. Sheffield, .', the .r''NrI represent the Slate full I will guarantee to gIve il everyinatAiicK. the United, State of Amerlea., JOIIN'ORD"1': 1'I'Op'b'dOI' r

JLeaIfllck J'. (Jacob Unit, ,Wm. '1'anii(r reitlxtance i-li .. 11,1 ui.h neot..the 111.IU, 1 have Incurred n heavy 111rlleOI expcnsu by the Treat (J.uuIu.-Niulitg received in pajment f.rsutil horse Powe'rbuilt ." V 1 r
in and the billsgufuuI
From the Union and American of tho10th :.Hancock, 1C. Tnylor, t..II..rll, Mutes their ec\irily.inulutaiuirg. their light* Lire of bunds, and eoincquemly' am tu hopes ii lib '' hind trot, e\ceiit Iui iaks.gold Minimum and silver price coin one dollar ii iiitwlIty.fiscUuutC i to older, of the beat material and Workniaimhlp ., V '!
bo In New
rnl) publlo will fitond tomun Shlll'l of'patronaxe.Iwilleontrnct and ns cheap a*can purchased!
wo learn that n tfarmee nndur T. J. hail'v II. \ 1 / In uihuncc .
.CO/7'.8 Mel'"I' jwir. (00 fur work In any portion of Ji.tier- '( per acre. York orally N'oHliiTii Ift'v and blat d01.n In Florida. -
the rotnmand of Urigadier General S. 11. Win. 11cnersoiiV.A.. .. \ ar ton or adjoining coiiuticrt, lIuJ'I" do U on ns fair, Per rtis. desiring' to purchase are specially notified I'ASTlXG.S! ) fur Saw MilU, Gui Ociring &c1
liuckner Confederate States ([ : ''tent vulrni tin cmh aerompauka,1/i. unl'r, aud libel ul do, (lint thlsadvcrlWinent does not refute: to any landsrunted Mills .'
Army, the eo.IIaitsfiuld, Judpre jViI1 t ,py Sugar ,
rlln" 010 IUIII rl'onl1 tnlilth"
It. (( S4JA J'lo.IIly to the State for tha of _, con.l.nty.n
ndvnucc of which U composed of Kentucky Dion I laininillV.. Ward, I. HI E'I"1 l'llrln.tnn IVrims at n distance wl.hng built, ro. t4euuthntuieus, purposes, nor H"IIII dlll' "01 hand or 11.60 \ V .

** regiments from Camp Boone, advanced iii' II. It. Henry, ,.I J. Ward, (i lLE.tT tOV'f E1Y Inh'IIO.tue or any lt Mllnle'1.description Floildu,'k 111.1 III tliey my liw. ca-u iceclve arid Overflowed or lulel'llllmprlvemcll.Luudi.HtTOIIA.CORLEY toSwump Onve\nlI.do Some oeaiitlful pattcrm: of .. lAILSG Cot- : ..

to Central Kentucky, aniiing Jto\\Iing AKa Il91t BWard.f pixiinpt *. of all descriptions txerillod
Green on Thnicd.iy morning at half past \ 0 ll [PP1L2{ S S JORDAN ruLronn. licglster of Public Lands JOBH *and daacpatteh.All order addressed '. '1

10 o'clock.VIitIicr they would proceed about 1st June next the Oeurjfla WWLly: P. S--I have. also hired an excellent, w.I..Igg.'rawl For tho State of Florida.Aug,1 lo John Cardy,'"lnlll.'e.Florldn will be promptly ,
"this would therefore be hnppy to require 10, 181)1.) 42fltill0ct,4I'reeuiptioii attended to. : CASH Jg} V
farther than advised "IJ"r.
: point, wu are not 1\'IJsrlllI..IJ Lff enlarged Kto Eirfht pages
t.nntliilntck1. lSg\ Clean or ItepairVell... J. K. Nov. 8, 1800' JOHN CAItDY, '
** at this writing. The commander of these : olulln, ( the agierugaife; making It ole X OUtC'to Clnluiniit [a-lyj
i! Jauimry: Slh, IbUl. 47 tf -
forces is a citizen of f Kentucky, anti walt re* : l'ptlllhe wOI.I.I, 01.1 preventing 1 .Xciir tlit ftoryia lountuy Llll MILLERS & .. ,
ccntly Inspector General of Upstate Guardof tWWe areautlii rU,.1 Lj announce:, foiyign 01.1 rE Y entitled to the right of .
miilter. Tills pursUit Ire-emp
that commonwealth, 1m'ing resigned intconsequence tl'HENS n candidate fr.re sKtion fur fln.l"rlio'el'leOIO) fur Two l ol The Best And Most direct We tion-to any of lliu Lands in the '
of the neutral or the Middle Jqdictul ClrX-ulL:*\ lli. annumin lt \1 lul.hcJ .ilps IJlluln/ Ovorglu! liouudry' LIne Is rC of bin '
petition adl'lloO 11"
r next. : >* ''f ,
Ydul the before and lhako '
State hating been tl" latest IIew.luI'Uct1rethIc MACON rAhr.y I ed to ..I"IIh mama me pay- Cotton Factors, Commission Herchanta. and :2 !
jolated, \'impunity -40
by the Lincoln Government,' without any -' &:*&! 'For Congress., AMrvn. l'h I.'hikh \1111.,1'0 enlarged. l'I''e" TIIK rXDHlSIOXED, HAS PLACED A DAILYjueof nlllt"6 lent| tl('r..rp. ,after,at my slicing office this In ''lll1ha8ee..I. "soon DMlPOHTT[ QUAMO! .
orders enilosing money to the fir t eluu-.al4ltc horses, Couihcs thu routelutiwee Jut08. V o. -
responding oflbit on the pait of'ihg t5pW""are authorial to announeo : Tclegrnph Olllc,', Mueou,. ,, the on oftliavivantinli thaa'fuurthi day of October such ANDREW: J. UILtl ) GEO.
((JlTEytasiandidutato Q'JITM"AN ( present SAAHNAHI .
r" j.r bo fortcltcd.
Slat Government to maintain it. Gcner. 28th WALTER ,
Vest[ Flui3aiIn. the fir l1 Coufudtmte : April' SOU. ilnm' 'irunk Itaitroad.) and MONTI- caiU"i HUGH A. J'lILIIm _
Bnckner i is thevsame officer', ho entered 8 t3Y are jrwuestod to announce : CELLO !f*.'lh".eVdlllhel rln '110 tOt'UlII".t" all Retfistcr Public COR.B. JKtY J. ?AUUAMOILE, ) .
into an agreement with Gen. McClellan' tli. Care on I..lh (( i.nd t'lmida Kailroudi. LI.I 1lordl1.Al
ttt1ELEof "rlln
L. Mudi*>n, u & cnud'datv I. 1801 as 'b S
when the latter was in command or thtt esentive tu theCoiiitrvM ..flhe I 0,nfederut RIOI-I110ND; I tU I tlio Slur.t 11.1.I..t ct route fur trawlu'l' : : n EP EK E N CKSt V

United States to/ce p in tho West, to main.in ,fIm;: I WWeru DitMon, of tlicMato.I3P l'ur from.''iiii KI.llllh.:lcii\1ng Munlicillo, .. ,ut lo.7 the ev I :m g OLU'I1M crlF lion Jiiniui M Baker, JAke City, Florida. "'* .

a "strict! neutrality" "in'Kentucky, by We are authorized to announce tiling will reach. havauiuih at 1 o'cn.111. dnv. I, O o 2p t2 -t aa o r & 11 is.pllUt'iiparlnin John Hon II It HTuuLe.atiouuuville Stapler, K-tq. Hamilton, ) Florida, v /- t V
keeping its territory free from the forces llfLTOX A randidute tu represent the L. H..NA'1-rAIIL'\ V )hlplnth Pniitice Georgia. ; ',.I IFa
of both belligerents. That agreement, as ])Utrict of lorida In the i nut Congrtas' of t S roukony r 27th, I860. U7-2stf : ,L heretofore cxistinibet ween the Medlelnc'l' S: 1 I\IIJJ.S"I'a, ""fc 1' .'
Ced"rate O. ; S
is now notorious, was only observed so StuvFor j un.ll'r the name and stjle of Doctors TAYLOR. alt M KJ'arrsmore. l l-.aj, Qulmn V VV

long as it suited the convenience of the Judge of Proba.te.tr A :3Plooso Itoacl. This. 1'.T.'t-.I.urcoll dissolved of the by 2nd Dr. Illmer'Regiment.going to J Caraway Smith t Florida, SAMCaisauEsqS
Washington despotism to abida by it. The Melld.oC J. 13. COLLINS "lrjlnll.i to take effect the let of Jauuay V- .
.lilutoi fl'OI : .
K J Yaun .
tn The Great oiidicru fturalogu I Esq :-
CuudidaU .
him for .
Passenger from Nashville yesterday uuuounihig a Judge HE: O LL'"fOnY OF r past 'l.lor Is authorized to collect the Simeon Smlth, Ksq, Valdosta, .
wl. ut Jeffcreoii the T'lB Georgian
at tlectiou
morning that the Confederate"forcesgatherin county utes and Account to the late firm; aud thosendcbted .
report la Major H O Young. Thomas County Ger a.
OetoLeUIWLt. S THE HIT E to cull him analpay >
.W are requested on
i : kaAugust2tth,1861
strength as they went Me m Dickinson h.
were 1'lrluore.MitLI.
t7 We are authorized to their ." W.'I"J money,and wish tu wIndup o .
within some thirty six miles of.Louis>'Hie STRAIN a* a candiJutu for re election to ] @ 2 O ]@ .the builucss of the fiim at an early duv. U 8-ly. .'
at the latest account, and it is supposed by Judge of Probmeof Jifrers-in't'ouiity, at SOIL, Sit fif Jioelif und }lftFWZI'm4/ i. U. W. TAYLOR, 5- joticeticeNotice.. "

this time they are in possession of that city, t OIl JII thAubvi'pest. il Florida, i *'lleJ T. M. PALMERMonticillo : \'tr
It is also reported that they have posses- Lyff, tza4iiui'jeai.eJI Hunt of tin / ', I August 5h( .1861. 2tt-8m, Oall and Settle !

'won of a great portion of the railroad from -' 'FOR CLIKK ()}' THE CO :' BALTJMOW1: 1..If.11 Xeraom tiuuthm IHnatet Slat.,,"J",&ait '-al I n )l Yent'Kbtate Notice.TATE 11iSR& JOHNSON, 1HKD i CO. have placed l' ,
authorized '
C8TVt are to nr.iuuje1MMON c1.Q.e ,
lii j .
Lou ,'iUe belonging
Nashville -
to and have taken iauuiyhaaiidsahltheNuteeaudsacouate.
I .
: ". .saCan.Hdat for Ckrk oC the Ii erll JJtbilUy itc.rPttC OF f V DAVID .
control of number l.Jp.i. FLm I.1 WALKER.Ad td suid firm for collection and settlement.All !
a ofMocomotives i
and Court of Jcffirsou County, lit this election l 4 .ul..criber I Is .' ( mlnlstrator of the Estate will Gallon meat St
note please ,
cars. Gen. A./S. Johnson U supposed. to bernixt.t I'ROrrjETOIof, atovc- L Culr.rtll'r w" Jtgur.e'r"tie4 ,. or J'o"t Joe of couaty.deceased..,buv. atly'diiyand th.luJebto settle by the same; "Indebtet| "
be at the head of tho forces. W.are authoru to announce hive aba uuitcd with their J"ckftPnKtutlun 8. on !ng lu m v office 1 written sugge.tiuu uf the IQmlveiicy by account, "ill enl at the store of Johnson,McCuuu: ,
The following Is the proclamation issued .IS' as a eandltute fur Clerk of tbu Circuit 1"oUI'1 .' I1irodd. to uiul hprlu. n. of the cltll( of said deceased- and by floU or mousy. Prompt; -
by the chivalrous Buckuer, at Bowliii" "'ersonti"Couutnt the election to be haJ cojuj'Iete tll,' week, meeting trnilfn Monday 11"Thurd"y ) The'rcfur% I, hereby given to all personsavlngchilmsorduinandsagajnst IItl.uLlol.tuiLer I respectfully requested, as the firm are'
Green her wzt. evuings. and wi take pmseugt lu bu aaid deceased, tofile anxious arrange their bus'mew satWkcto-' .',
; .+ Pr:1cr's muse, .I i lx miles on their way iitcjtuin tlicm fur them in the office of the Judge onpr.t".91 t as [HMnlbU), been'dissolvvd ; V

?_ TO THg PEOPLE OF ERJTTCKY.Tie FOK 8UERU'F.tir he night, and curry them througlt t the Springs uld County on or h..tor tb. first dy f1emLet ry pu&nle"UUI by the withdrawal of Ge 4hnlng. l. ,-' V
on tho nest day; returning on Wcanticluy. .JI 1 when be a r all Interested will ImmedU .
Legislature"bf t have been We are authorized to unouuce ] aN] ] nes. th"U > We lherefo.
Kentucky re" wctruly solicit a hop.
W KlturdllYi Heoul | lllerl th.a.et. tlJ amouz the creditor the arranifemeoU.
'ISE CLEM Cand'uluU Shtrilf itcly,
faithless to the will of UielieoiIe. They $ua County at*the a.:iilectiou to be had in | jnlt.J uitroiiage., $3.0 hereof; anal at'which time the aaij 1"10 Walker ',"
Lave f endeavored to make your gallant wit. on band,or furnUbing ., every arti- 1 E B.&Etty. will apply for a discharge from the .dlulnltrattl V May 4, 1861. [lU t] 4tfy U U w. ,
State a,fortress in which, under the guise '. are nbrbfd ktWe and requested to uLie fur a Printing Office.A J.o816Ib.18UJ. 1U'"ulr f sold estate. M. 11. V

of neutrality, the armed forces ol the Unit. T H. HURsT as a Candida, for SheriJf ) "'u"lbll I ; l5'en&J udgeC rrubate.Muty2ltb.lSutl. for ,Discharge.
r. Applcation'
cd States might securely prepare to subjugate JU County at the tileetioujjn Octuber. ,,1'IO:" JODKI\ ., 1)ER O ':ai e hereW rCI'.rl"d'igalust eiittinir -, date t shall present my final

alike the people of Kentucky and CASWD4TE"i'OJt: r TAX.<.. .id orlre.pae.huig) upon tract uf 1",1known INSOLVENT ESTATE NO LICE. account anal vouchers, as .AdinUbtratrU of the
the bouthcrr&btates. :TO A- us the "Walklr Place." Jam determined iitat of Stephen Uxhtsey.late of Jefferson Couo.ty. -

It was not until after months ,of tW Mr. DAVID WALKER U rt'ip< to prosecute any and every person found trvsi"DMiag STATE OF HEY KIRKLAND. \o ",Hon. Judge of r.t of sold VOou&
and opcu'violation of covert onuced as a candidate lor the office of idc. I' C S H : upon laid land. You must lot expect to get wood Jef.r.n.RI.'J uf the f a ty.and ask to b.discharged fo AJAII"touofalJ -
,your neutrality nittt 01 Jcffirion at the election to .
County, ,'ilhut p >ing for It. 1L K WALKEB. tate Lit. of Jutferson County.eceased. Eitut.,
large encampments of Federal ,trOllil8 on October next. MA"V mid Material fiom March Ibth, 1861. 6-tf* havIng te In the Probate Office I wrulI.it JUE UGIEYAd's., -

'jOur territory, and a im-iit official ..feclar.tftiojTof | Jrlutnl We tan any"Foundry". I" suggestion believe the e.tt6 tit laid March It, 1861 -
ihe President el the United require JBWKLIIY- June* L KirUn4\ W be laol -
; States J. B. S- ( arllcle anilk 1 1 JJJWKUIV; J. 'Qut
cu.i"Relu.l. a
ul ''h hereby given to
not to regard you neutral position, coup. iOL1J ( .I"m.Ir4.| auiiy foundry lortb Of coerce a store .out be cou<4derc lea with a well prejiartta scheme to seize an It3URAIIOE. .of the I .1 complete without. ,11,10"0.11. rerjul- Iii le the c4\ with the Jud .Pr4atof 1'/| said Johnson, Bird it Co. ) In Jefferson Circuit Court.
additional point in territory which ALABAMA *HEXUY t1LOtE Jt CO. ', .0 .tte4os Lady'ttr drtii 10 we C before the third day I of VS. ISuiu sworn .,.,..'s.6i ICThouuasFMcQuiL
your Gcjlcilu' u.xt.
.-, tu in Trou 't.o. February ,,.... 11111 UTIlE
< ( out such ) Boud
a Jewelry'
every Jli"l" UiIIIUIJ.YI ( ""
was ofital importance to ih, safety and OF MySTUOMEKY.., /a Iv. 1 wheittlidji will b. a Itt dlaibntll v( Die I
do every ewpaIueI| to <<, Ureas: Pine, Faucy Article*.Clialn*.fiuld ta said DEFKXDAST and all other iut.treet.d'rea ,.
defense Tennessee, that the trpopg of Are prqiared4to take Fire J'.isls at the I $, & fur ouluoiith. Icudipg 11 I and Silver WaUlies,(muoug which uwy be fouud Cuat bIU\lnj atwbioli .huugo the'e.J hereby notified uf the commencement of this suit.eturuabUtd .

the Confederacy, oa .the invitation' the Charter Capltul...?,..,?.$: ul their |*pvr, and receive tli.-ir pay fur (elubraUd American Watvb.)Pun aud Pen |lh I ClrkUod trt will apiily lor discharge tll' tbl from- the ad Fall Term of Jefferson Circuit Court
people of Kentucky occupied a defensive c."ital pui.1Iu.. ...." .' uiwo Ilbll fIve ti i 'uf< the tis, A H oi which "'111 t*uU a' a U vlog price.v of laid h. utah ta appear and pleaj to the rani*.
j Iot w your Sinte. In doing BO tbe10111' 1. H, MtTXMLF, ccy' W, C lUll II of their bill fruu j T. J. CHAVB SOS.Littsh1 I IS7 j lltll tt STRAIN J011X 'U 'T, C. C". C. '
)M.rc, )
101. I, 4 1Mb, 181. ) !'. Oolh r 18BO. 87-ly 188. (Cm) Jo.Ij.cfPiclits. : Juut JJ 1861. 8m41"

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-. s"T.-> "ValuableWAIULLA LI:

_ 'Professional. ... Cards"PHYSICIAN'S 4OB1P 'W'O J

r \"' ._ CARD. > o oOv3o- '(,M1 t I : ; : : : : For tiflerij Sctlo.rpHE form alo' .
ar u1P! Jl.lt4': undersigned ,Five! Hundred
..] "; ca-.i oDon.o.1c1. fills Ilcntle Itlnnk,, ote,",- JL and :Sixty acre!of .bI\I,i\'llIg on lbe \t\Vort
returned, to Montleelln, re'peel fully ... J side of Wakulfn JUnt, alf.lloouri1.d. *on titti-Eatl
HAVING/ bid. services to his fri...",.hand the pull Ti.tA1bt31s:: ':Itiai ., 1 by said river, for throe gtlart..t'ofee" iiillft, It i I.
Ho, tn the l practice of Medicine an.1 1.Surgery In thHrtariou ; well. timbered with Oak, ) U-'otlllr
branches Residence at 111,.. A. Palmer Cards, <'kC kind).of wood. Two ,"' 1I1f"i"0'thi-lrqft'
28. **yExccnU'd ', Hammock and,111I::\ ",and anvlaniifi: )
Montlcello, July SO, 186t. I1J i \ ,
with neatness And dlipntth a i the office Flui'da, for the raining of SugarCane, Tobaces "; .
t Dr. M. U W. JOKWAW; of lho Fomlly Frond." Cotton and Corn. A g''''at.revenue.'* also l r1dlleJ'from

REMOVEI- TO run TOWN OK MONTI- W fapmrntregnirtdannnrlrharyolirorl,2. the sale of wool ; I bin tt'J\f-ending. w ood t;1
HAS, L"O, for the I'moilce of nicjlolne.tS& the shipping At St Mark-.'''r ,,'TRUi I gtffrr dQ1.

Ollieent ttleia IlotgJ.Atijuctl8 >>. [P [ I f @ crY & (P/[} / lars 'per tord. I have Wood JAIIling-oll') litho .
: I 1300. 27 6m I W V U V Lt> nOILCOLOfED'riloToaRAPIIS Landing a PUh Yard, where, every fajr diiy, fish,] ?(
kind be and in the .
every cnn caught J !running eeeeon. ., -
T. .J. tUIU.I: ., Mullet in great abundance. ., .M*'>
-A1'- The line mode have a hcoUWgrowtll.of liine1,
E> U rmirO@if51 B and may be*" orkcd as a turpentine- form--It!\'uing;
Snchc&Pottcr'gWE miles and half from II. H.Walker" :
only two a Turpentine

WILt PRACTICE In all\ 1 pni lions 1.6}} iatlt ( :nl1tX ) There lllstlllcry.h l also a new "source of profit*;*;.I l.r.t.. ,*O pIe aSL 1M_ v

r.u-t and] Middle Florida # t By t.11 ><- and which v ill makths! the tnont. Valuable jjSmMUlWnkiilla.
;) '
Juno SOth. 1860. 20-ly '0 0.ii A'rrwiMf, ;; I referto thcltntnna trade'by-Menur., s
LL1r4Wr1 JLISy: : W1.A. ; boats twice a month A man with a small,. "foVcc;'
A. Peeler, :i1I. D" nken nt .
might nlllkOhulIreh, of dollarsou Water nielloiis,
tr avtnu(; remove 1 10 lontlcello.Florida, willrnntlnno \ would respectfully nnndnncc to' the public relief( Peaches AS.-There In no buttoij: J dud In the ,world.
y the rrncllee of Medicine In nil Aenlc nnd that we have scoured the services an eminent They full stock: of fur the prod1tion of \then Iruits. ""
'r; Chronic!. He nmy hc 1 found At nil hours, Coloi,'M and Portralt'nlnt J.r. T"o wIshing nend ,' .. +lhly uVinnnd., The range I U Inovliaiiclibli.for hogs and cattle.
.1 when, not pl'ofc.lon"lh' nl: liiiHonlh-we cOl'nl'r ;.f lIe, Public Square, Vest 1'ii'ture have "n ol'portllllt".lIfTord thein' tor the (' sanguine/ Hint! dairy, corn buute and one negro coh <..
of Col. Hlaekhnru'i Hi-lcl. hrallimeiii! uHnhnMee.. 'flul Inrren, *Ing'dentaul| For oouaUe There I is Afip on tbfe pWo\\ n small Vineyard
'}('brnAryI8Ih,18t10. 1 My for Ibis popular style of painting tins imluecd to nil \ wuh.li !bore IIbuiltlll"t1;}';% 1I second yt'nr..l buiic\e\

C. : enipb)' an experienced artist, and we are now ),re. tic n < for the culture! of grape,and \Une making;,'lio eOUIItn' .
e .. A iIs'Canl",11.11 pored! 'lo take *v nut cnn surpu s it. .

It 0 )r aired l'lintnfirapf; ,,, Photograjiltt, Jliniit- the tr"I..1 Judge I 1). T. Walker, and Major John Heard
.llontieelto. HorM", The who n ill : feet a titlu should a purchaser
lure Ptotoyreplt, Photograph* in Oil vw!- yet ) )present
.July 18, 18:1\\: \ ap9-ly\ 'PI""rftp" in 11'nrrr Color and ) himself OIl' II ollablc+ term,
in /, li"lnk, : X W. WALKER.P. .
Pliotngraph tttuelted liminz
.Dr. Robert !Scott, S.-I will\ with ono defirous of
any *
In 'feet, we nre prepnreif fell nil order of every ) tfo par.chasleg
MO.VTICKI.LO FI.OIMPA they ,at to examine the
1 any: time )place.
: In
and wllrrAnte/tlsfnctoo
tTOtrcra hll,ewlonal.Service\ tbecltizeniitf Inatanceornoehnrgo.every dcocrlption, */! every |Irvin and ; : Prints ; Surly Fur<.;*'lu., Xov. 24, 1800., 41-tfU

rdontieellnfind tlululty.Marcb D.tgnerrcotypeof Deceased el'Sonl1III ting; In 1 ; ; SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS
1. 1950) Em of I the ; ,
e : rg ed to "nnyrt\ and colored ''loll equally! newell They ; : *; -)'t:1I1.IS IUU ut.:.. *"
Wm.S.nilu-ortlt, a* from" life. .b *** and I ; 11IEODOUE BLOMX-W., TUOMPSOX.. Editor

ATTOJtNBY' AND COU EI.LOft AT LAW, Old Paintings Tlestoreil! nn.l1 Cleaned without ----.
.,-|, FonticJlo?! Florida, Those. wishtng rortruftt! will plenalenvo. their, sence of : AND f"'I'l..t'III!! C'ireittaiion"in. .; Slate"."of (feargttt" 11)uify

In tho Courtnof Ihe MI.ldleCir. orders soon;us our Arti. ,t sill not rtmnitt.during the nlml t *f. **
WtLLprnctlcc ,) In the District\ Court of' lint. III''POil' +, .."** Morntnq 1ex'a, $i o1) per annum in advance.7ri'll .
tbeUnlfed Suites We hove aim just, tntrodiiceil' n nl'wnfi") beautiful :: : : n : ir11/.!/ Stuvnimj Aiwa publUhed every Monduy -
: The ",' : Wedne'diiy and \Friday, at fil annum. _
i' March' IS. 1889. -ly style of oil colored Photographs.'ciilM tie 1)1)Al'- per
;; .ll'l'VtiTVl'i!: ':, w hll'h arc univiT C. i ;t, : notice. Views of bn-ine, 's hat-ee, or rei>lilenec, : : 10 AUI'IitTl8ERS, *
ATTORNEY taken nn.l"fll""I.I If desired Sl/2nby Irtlnelion, N S u i This Large Circulation the "Morning Sews"!
: Montii'dlo; Florida. Alul'I'1'pII.,1\ [ Mehiinotypet 1 ,nil nl/es and pi'lies.' eeiptof: p y both ...itIIn,] eouiitry, and especially fnndlia-r' io
., nnd ; its 1.'/111;' cireulntioti being larger than that If liny':.. '
t F April 12,1858.\ ly Call seo. SjC'l' mcus t .t VDeeemler : [ : Uiapor ; in .
? All } ; paper the :iitntc-renders) It tho bent possible 1110.dium
Peeler 1, 1800, 4' ly fWM. .a'a : for nil those who wink to make their butlneu
Italtzcl'A: ; .. -
nut wants known to tho pnblli In 5 which wUl
Attorneys at Late cJ( :Solicitor in Chancery .. P. SI..USSER$ : Insure thc most prompt and. profitable way returns. s

TALLAHASSEE( ; FLORIDA, VAXCFACICRU: OF't el'lelllb"1'8Ih.18UO. 80-tf >,

WILT. practice", In tho-Unlted In the Rllpr Mates lIIc'District Court n Court tllo Wares TIIE : : THE NEWSPAPEK OF ,THE S()UTU.*.

for the Northern District of .'I..I.j.ll.i end In thin Circuit CopperrTin.andSheetlron! I :) --
[ [ [ )
Courts of the MliMIo and Welerlll'lrelllt+. The Clmrlostwii TfTcrcnr'yGives
s1 trOffioo In tho State: Capitol, opposite tho Attorney .. unNJDL1i:7P.mTA1r.1n\Lr.R.L.'f: : the late.t unit tno'l nlinbla lulltteul, rum-
O'neml'.nffiol'o.< : : fTL t1t5)F'\ )[ iniM'einl,, nnd t'l'tierul\ nw flutii all I'nrh..f the
'' THOMAS U.\.l'7. :r.L. A. J. PEELER.: : French, German,English & Ameripan: Goods 1 ; UnJor- wol..11.I Its sIoeriil; vorivpHlidents, + furniiih: by Mull
y .IAle Chief JiHtlee S. C, House Furnishing Articles of ijjvn.r [ ; ", Ac.: &11, uud.. ) \L I. fllIlIlU,1 ".lrh'l.eeoulltof'lIr.tlllll.
; M 1'.1'1'1'
Novemter9th,1800 SB ly -1 Every Description. "". of ml t r"II'l'lrc8Iil the great cttlei(; of. Europe :
n ._. -- : 1111,1merlcl.: .
t : I 11.p1''o/Ihr South rtftltc i tprrialitttcnlion.Volitiuilly ; .
i3usiness Ca1..d HEAD-QUARTERS. : : >tion. ,
A full any nlwavmi bnnd of COUiv'INO( : PARLtIl tliefifciiii\ teprcPcl'lhe' '
or I mut KOOM' M'OVES. ConkinMoves trlin-' :' !! !! Fancy buapc) !, UitfbL tL-sli'tunci-'incut, and ndvoi'ntes the unionof

mud with ncnt Bess, and wanaiito.l to pi\'e pi-rfoi I !! :! : the Southern Mntei 1lIlIllIllIlIIiuhg:| their rights;"
JOHNSON, fntlsriietiiin.. They can! bu shipped! with ifi.ty toanypnrtuf n mil) e'lIbll.MIItl..lr( mrurity."liillv ,
thccimutrv.GAnDEH Mercury: 1 yens, lu nj"nce! ..S1H. WTrtft'wkly >
.. SUCCESSORS; TO : Trunks \ .*. .. C W
., untmi fit cash
Vupnper cant ureompnnie* the orJtr
: : U lit D &; co. Untary, Sui'tion\ and Force Pump, with Rubber. ;; cfimri: .
+ u' .14 Ie.< : \ !. n. it. laarrr: t '? --DEALERS ISCo,1Jry Hoes nttai'lied for ""pplylll1'1""tlInl| Ingine4with :' !;
s wIII'r.frllm \v ells,(.latent,itc. EugineSmoke,: ing, < ( : \[ .ir Cuffve, Tea.. A otn\l' ,otrnrtsor
Gooi1-( Fancy nUll Press Goods Stark, mndu to order /tt"y :, ) Toniatuei,
.. IInmw"iro Grbccriey. SlopVoek:: of every ile.er1pllon" dnneby > various breads [p'LfjJ[ 0 [b W (P LillP @:
1 lothing -
r the very bent workmen,i All orders promptly at '" ('' of which' b of o
Glaswnre tcn.li'il al.otd I't June mt the Uirilit 1Veekly
t+ 4 l Crockery : ,:BOOts to. OX
: 1'allnhwseoFebrunry4,1860} 61-ly Jilt.( : : SUI'PLlIiS. : Tili'irnipli' will be "inlurgod to D: -Itt pujri
it 1i des'flats:!, CapfljiBool'x: ; ,. ... \ \ I (pat roulilfe' 1111.] 30 eouinua] In the utfure!!ute; making; it oiutof
Stationery, Wutchc1'*, $: WOlUv WOKKJ1! .AVOUKI r I \ < (' : A SONS: the hirire-l pnper in the \\'lorlIlIlI.J presenting! n
like (/L'a pi'i,'fi'd suiiiniurv of :Xe\\'*, fun'tj/u/ and iIonifHllo( at
f Jewelry'l ; fec., itc.1 JordnnHOUSE IFQIliovd 1 'I ; well\ II' a largo f.iii'l of lulMtllitiieous! mutter ThUntiijnitii'i
: mo I\\ .'
-VontleeUoAprll'l80l. 8.1t. | .
''.' ... : .__._,_ llIro per unarm..,in ad\.iln-u aI1l'1I"l ''
:"BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING BUIlDER AND GEt ERAI whom )f",r Ilia liiteft "iii-"'.,PI'1"\II'ctl,'., lIJ.CID.IL\.
get TKI.ifJ: U: \I'I i. \f111'iII' 1 also be enlnr-'eil., ):" I'rii-
; **""v ro30-fpli O. TnyloxFLA -, OA.D.PENTEB., .' *,'>,fM). '-tddreM i>rd,'ri, nulohinj niuiivy, to the '.
.. .
.. Ucorgfu'rcb':; raph'' Otlleo, Miiuon
r !k JTOD L1.'tJ ,, MOXTICELLO. FLORIDA Maro11April2tlth:! \} lstio.ItICTIMOND.

l"IONTINUF9 In'carry on the 'above btf-lnessln I would nio-t rc4[pe.'tt"ll'lnr'ran the publle) thai :\ : ; ; .r::'
n' .V all ltsbronchceun.I will bcpleaned lore i.Ive I 11111\0 far t'to'yeir! 18U1 l-
' -a )ioriion of the of the OIMUI-
pntrouaje; publle ) ,
number vf ILitul-i x
a ie11t.loorkd0noinnegnoulatylon+ c.m be neeoniplUliedbyany. Employed a : Mr. +
{ ono III tho Slut! Entire: witUfiotlon :
foJr pui'poHOof' earryh.gon! the IlnU'e ISuildlnj! :
" h ffaur'iut ad lln every ewe, and work diwu onronuinahU and lenmiil. I'nrpeutei'! bualne, on n lure scale. : VPEOUN
\ terlll<. Any wurlc onti-u->ted to fur \\,1111'0 thuu.-.::. I u : DiTIIE '.*
:%.flffwlTl> likewise lujMTintend the maktnrj your! ;; ,
i and hurnlnot of Brink.t Ht111 talltLaINeataudwithUisjltcll! : : deal

ta? l Fdb.4th.18AH. II I.J.;},' IIn,11 will t'imra'iitce to :j.'lve witKfTi-tluii\ in every \ [ i

titntanee. I hnv..lllulIl'I'ed" benvy o\peuio' by tin. : ONLY :MVNL'rACl-Or.Y OK T\TK
.. J. B. [ bin of hand, nnd coii:.'*ipifiitly am In hope n lili .,. ; ,.
AGENT FOU era) public! will extend inca'uhnrenf|uttiiniaii>.
1 will contract for work in nny imitinn of J.tr.'r' ;' :(, ) @ 10 :
ALABAMANSURAHCE. COMPANY, donor a.ljuinln'; eniintien, nii.l \\ill\ do It on 114 fair ) 9" SOUTHERN SOIL; '
OK rooMERV, and) libi'ial 1'I'III'n. any one viiu I'oA.III\|' dn.I'ITMHIS H. C.
Are l prcptredjto take Firo J'inki: ut the usual rites.Charter at a di.t+uoo: wl.hililt Ilniiioi,built, ropaiilnu" :: : '
!: or any de. .tiun of work tu 11I1111,', etui
Cii 1'11| II"] ,..tlilO.OflO \ You SOUTH OF. IiATTIIIORI.[ a'
ilSn.Oilil .n'lilros-' nle at) '>Mti''cH I.>, Florida, uiid they will rot
'p ,e Ciipitnl ,pnidln. icive attention your :
K.JI.M'rrOALK.SeeV. W. 0. UI mil. Pres't.. prompt .
JORDAN rULFORD.I ately. \ \ J \ 1
Starch II. .18rll! 4 ly -ii.eyeci.olrlre.1an exi-ilU-nt! .. well-digger t
' end w.inld. tli.'ivf.-iv bu happy to receive a'dere to TIm: I'UOrRIETOUS: of tl.o. -Illlo\\)
JToliii M.! Palmer' Ji K', Clean: or ltepnlrWells., J, F. [ :
a -Dealer in- Juullr.lith. 1801. 47-tIThe P. :: : : .. 1 .fount! .


{)l-jJ J'H"ij Djn.L'Df: 11!.f ;,. Best'And Most direct Roote; : : : Pr1.n.1or'a: :

January lI'h. 1801. 47-tfFresh IItx' : : t ; ) ODS,. [URNa: j.Jn; ] t.} WA-J OU rg
} / ....
Lime.Made THE }t'XIEU.IC. El) HAS rl.\C'ID A DAU\ APS.:9C .
for !
Line of tlrt .liiislx hor c* Cunohe oa the rgutelutwee \\ lbi\ing nn hand or furnishing to order every art -
n QUITHAN (the present termlnuii of the phalic cjo ru'ui.-ito fur a J'riutin.! Utlice,
in Jefferson County, f fja-, Six:stimuli .Mam Trunk Kuilroud.) ii'id 3HONTI- hare c J .. .
CELLO I Tla'seCalehesrnuuuato.onacctwithtlo ) :: t riioI.ODIiIW.&r
The undernieufd) harps constantly on hand lnrxi e I t'uiion: butte the ieorgla and I'lurid.i! Uullroiiilj. f y. ..S ':
r ..- ouaiititic'9 fif Fresh Lluio,and will forward thu *aintper It I U th+ Shortest lIlIo1 Most l Irwt' route fur travilrs '" V*
''t, lUllrnnd to any aecej.lbla pulat, on very rca from Saxannali,, >t. Murk*, 01:... sold as -TO ATeiiaCyliiider-
mnabld. term l'i.sons |ea\in:( .M.mtli'i-llo at 7 dark in the ev :\ : '
Any order addressed) to meat! MontleeUn\ Hurld.t, emib.g! willl'cachia\'olluab: at 1 o.d..k next day. II. C. : : ; atfd Press'

r will receive prompt attention.JOHN' L. 11. JIATfAllt.Oitobcraith. fI \\ \ : ,
M. 1UYSOK.Fr'irnary 1800. 87-2atf:!
< bills :\ and Pilntijig, Material from
> Type any Foundry
Oth. )881. 5i tf Xnrtli .
furnished when requireil. jWe ean and ,,111mllnllli.ctllre.ln
P1onso l.oo.cl Tb,1.a. I have Lluhmon..s: Rood an article, end
FISK S METALIC BURIAL CASES, i -... nt the""II sjiecimeii priee", asany t'"nll.lrXorth..
r.+ rYThJ The Great !onllifi-ii! SiU'ntoii1 IH One [ We respectfully solicit the patronage of tlie South.
sc\ein! ; ( 11EXUY L PELOUZI-I:! :. 4 CO.
1; THE WHITE da)'s,) ] 1860. We refer "you to every Printer in Richmond. Va.
) ... We also d..stro in the South to
by (u eHrewMI"er|
1; tizej.couitantly on baud;and fur ",.Itlly QfJL[F }{rlDT] S'PL' lF U UJ ]tt1, eopy this advertisement. fur one month, sending ntonu
of their and receive their fur
ALL: TUOMAs :SIMMONS.Montlcello : : iliiatiJ at Hit JuMtlon of Korlianil. ftntintlniy Copy paper pay
I Fla., Marsh US, 1 85t: 1 y .',.ub, in Taylor: County, Hotlla, it ryuiltejm. .. \ ueb crrisemeut upon purchasing five times tho
.. fra. aud lurpnvwd,MOP.'of Jfiiifrtil "a .IL amount. of their" bill rout ue.Jun. ".i8.1...
13th, 1801.
lloHtiecllo House." 11ufersi'sthefioslh./ ,i. i''aK.,ujmn allChruuifvr .. A .
.Xervous; ao,.
+ W A / : '
oat I> d'c. BOOKS BOOKS I !
'Wi ttiihIff.Dyf tp4iJ ULl \ ) [ : :
M. HUMPHREYS PROPRIETOR "IMIE ..ubaribr. .. U running.. JI rnilIS: I. a new feature we hate IntroducedJn} the
." L l-omr..rtul.U Two U .. JL traal0of Monltcc-llo It Is ineonvenient :f,r
t HAVrvrJ*p1IItCH.t.(;Ei) THE ACOVE It''"" Hack I ) from Station Xo x. ..n th..gC'"j1|!.''_::>' ; *' .\ tb.people tu send by inail for every work they
4Ir Col. UUckburu. I i..I i'.l be "Crl;'tl Ii (I'clloii'col.d' : Ueoi'::U K.iilronJ, tu toil Springs; '.\ ,, ) ID may needs 1 tUevifure-we have {prougbt out 4 few
y {'leaned to barn the patronage heretofore ei- twice a week. wecting the! train; Jill Moiulay) andilnir.uy fJ volumes of the :Standard:; Works .of the country
united W i( eontintiriL I hare also bought a lot of )
eveuiug i, and will tuktf [MUMnperito hit .\ : and as the case wayidemandill (Increase our
will adda the
new furniture Which eolufurt Mud
; tiH-k. befuund-
house, six uijleoii thJr way, entertain them fur Amonjourb* may ,
eon1'eDlen .e. >(my'jaoft 1IIy tab I will ulvrayil
and the
the ulght, carry them through to Spring bhakttFpcar'sPcjetical\ ;
r >e(applied wkkth. beck Uiejuarket can afford on the next lay letnruini! on We.lue'wluys audSaturdays IVTi>irji Poetical W ol'ksMool''II'ottiCIII ; .
9 Mareb24th,1859 ly' 1I[. would.eiectfpjfeolieitaliheral| : Works;"., )"f.
tar patronage. Fare through, eSq; : :: ; llumer'4 Poetical Works;

C urJl! tJQ{ )l [ftO] M] U9. June 15tb. -1861, E E.Sm BARCL.VV. A_ ,.. \ Sootl's Coopei Poetical$ Poeltial Work Works; ;.

___ MAD15DN.o'LUHIDA: -
"" &'''' Jjuru't; Poetical" Works; *
+ JOHN L. MILLER, . Proprietor, 't *.j* 1'alr IVnruliisJ Croccr! Jell; Johnson's Work;
s' + OPEN to they public, nod the 1'ro l)ERSOXi S! lire'hereby forewarned)a ,,aliidt cutting The Pillar of Tire -
JSJfmv respectfully Jji "ojicitia iliare of|mt wood utterspaes u..1)o O'II the tr let of Uudknovu meets. \ : Prince of the House of IarIJ iTlit
rouage. 3rTlie: l.uw i is. .itiuited oil the ktreit as the "Walker Pluee," I am determinedta afford i Tbrone.f 1)aviJr'Anal *
leading froiu the piil.iuiia.tr| : to Ihll Railroad depoC; : proutillny.oo.1 every person found h..p".ln to the many other works too cuuicriu(| to WCllttin.TOGl.UER .
ry, loyemlwr37i w.- upon aid luud. You.UlUol not niu'ct' tn get wood ; : *. ..
18110-.;.. \Itbout paving; for It. JL \VAUCCU.. : generally> iVith! a few of the most interesting work ut FJCVTIOX .
I'Totioc.CRIJdmyatutneeatl'euaawltwy. Murdi 10th, 1801. a. StfJEWKLKY N D- r now Wore, the American p,'oril' 1>lfattha-
:i e ot. CilACE do SUXS.
: brother, flewbtnre cr. T. J. '
JI. K." tt'AIAER: Umy authuriW agvutto JEWELRY [ : [ ) M""lic'II..o..t.27Lh.180U. n.I-""
transact any and all bu.iiie.*fu mv Ix halt Of ",, "roe a store would be'e"ii d in- ... : .
"mplrte without this ladlapeiot44u' r: '|ut> I
.:'April tb, 1861, sIr ", .' .iteti.a LaJy'.orGeutlemau'edreas, 10 we and ex HAVE'daeedslimy) Uverr Stable ceoniiti in.

. C. ti. Fife bivei'iou;.:M nut a variety of good Jf wilrjr.J jiuih Ai | } \ : ", feeling as I the baud' uf J. D, COUJ-N3: E q.- tlJf co,1Ic"f*.
a HI mug;t reit )'!lUI, Fancy,\rtliIo l.dli .in'.l .'ld t"I"lm : : ; : lion : and all tw oni 'udvbU-4 an 1I1); 11t111..hel'. .
't' -. CDMMiSaloN6ltfurXorthCurolba.tolakeac. and ail r+cr W"lehH. (amonxwMvh\ mabe C.'d, i>{ lilY !I' I : I' : and R YE ?d to call ui>O" bin and settle either by cash *.
", th"u.,lobratad Aiuerit-au aU-h,) I'eni and P.-nadt to : i S )td. 1 a u> absent with tb. V luute..i% aDd s w
eie on lAiidij ,h.ado, llltuI'CIOtb. or affirmation, All of w hith ...ill 1 b e mid at a living pi-u, e by awe ; i ; therefore deJjjop?that Uu lmJ- J.ouW .U J*a-
alld Uk Ji'poajli,,n<, &e.Jt4den.e,3luntie. T. J. CUACJi; 4 soNs uutsiJe\ ) { ; } jjqp U. K. WAI.KI.K.
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