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: October 5, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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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.
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, VOL. lIt.. {QNTICELLO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY;. (iOTOBER; 5, 186 1. -, J NO.. .,;:'y,.4.-: ,

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rior in generalship, and in the social 'or Col Stewart's Report of the Action at Lew. THE ABUT OF ,THE POTOMAC.: From the Rlclimend Dispatch I ,Sept, !25.'

Iix nihjI r xitUd. ii1x) lI n ou ganization best adapted for war. ensvllle, Virginia .iI' : '":"" : Extraordinary Escape from 'the Hands of1 ,1
?7lEADrAxch the Hessian
The result that thus far they have shown HEAD QUARTERS MPNSON HILL, )r LETTER. FROM- POST. -
"or" We had interview last with Adjutant '
night -
.** PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. September 11, 1861. )f '-
inch and tho
[From the London Time! ] they can dispute every keep General: I started about 12 o'clock with l Tho correspondent the 'Now Orleans George ,W. Alexander the Pew*

TWO DoflARyyEnHiiiiili .' Impossibillity Restoring the Union. invader always under tho apprehension of the Thirteenth Virginia Volunteers, commanded I Picayune! ; writing from' .Camp Slocum, hatan Hotel; whero he arrived yesterday ... '

.i Were England) at this moment to an. being outflanked or driven back upon his Tcrnll first from Gen. Johnston's headquarters. His1'
all'this it cnn by Major ((305 men) Munson's Hill, Virginia! the advance post
SCALE, OF, PRICES. t .xtv pounce to tho world its intention to make own capitol. Against oclybe section of Rossers'. battery, Washington of our of the Potomac :' escape and subsequent adventures are equal
army says
,. >iciargedojtt>. Prei of Florida for entry dttcription tho conqaest of France or were Franceto said that the Northern States havo the Artillery and a detachment of First: Cavalry This is the of the second to a French romance. t
ofAdvertiiingi, in and encampment !
in white
make the' name declaration as to En. preponderance men money under Capt. Patrick,for Lewiusville,where After Col. Thomas and Alexander had :
f TUX EDITORIAL CONVENTION.] Washington Artillery.It .-
ADOPTED BT in credit. These indeed would bo" company
gland, the world would laugh at tho egregious : impor I learned from cavalry pickets, the enemy captured tho St. Nicholas, they started upi ;:.
1 SJinnre,(occupying the space of 12 Brevier lines, considerations if the Southern States is under the command, of. Capt., Bosscr, !
orleelonaln) +crtion..u..u.r.'... $1 00 folly that had inspired the design and tant were posted with some force. My intention ) on another secret expedition, and by,ono oJ
C. S. A.: and named after
by general consent
"" ...... .... tho Northern and
For 8I1 s"'llIcntlnBerll every of those
I SqnllN 3 month ..........'.... ........ 6 00 prompted. the boast. The( world would drive armed Northernerinto was suppriso them, and I succeeded first Lieutenant, Cnlh._ SIOOU l. It is unaccountable accidents tho Colonel ,

1 ", mnnthn ..... ........'....... ... 800 grant_that, supposing either people to bo preparing to every entirely, approaching Lewinsville by theenemy's the advanced of tho'whole was captured. Alexander was at this .
.. .. ... .......... tho St. Lawrence. would be outpost army .
I I I year.... .. .. 12 00 infatuated it could inflict They and time in of schooner boldly '
'S 1 .,.....................'.. 20 tie enough,. eno if this the ordinary case of left rear, taking caro to keep in the direction of Washington.. 'From it : charge a steering -

I : .. 1 ,..........,...4..s...;H 25 00 mous and irreparable injuries on tho other, important were ray small force an entire secret from. their ; be the' city of and tip,tho Chesapeake. Thc weather camo

.. 1 ....................... .. 30 00 but at tho cost ot injuries to it two countries at war with one another. observation. I at tho can seen Georgetown on squally and bad and seeing ..
I column "f.........f. ........ .... 4000 only equal But it is not.. The Northerners are) engaged same time carefully adjacent country, the Federal Capitol, Ar very ; suspicious
1" ............. ............ .6000I self. The ball once slatted, fortune might providing against the disaster to myself lington heights Shliter's Hill Fort Ells. movements among somo steamers, .'

!', 1 .............'............10000 befriend this fide or that ; it might give to in time reduction' of Southerners. They are which I was striving to inflict upon tho worth and the ,wholo line of, tho, Potomac ho concealed his men in tho hold of the
Eslut same anti its transient Legal Kotiocs Advertisements to lie charged except the either great victories or periods of advantage acting its on tho fond offensive is content against to act a on foe.whichon the defensive enemy, and felt sure' that, if necessary I from tho Great Falls to below Alexandria., vessel, placed his brother-in-law at tho e '
own \
.Notice of Dismission AS Administrator,for ; it. might even place one eventuallyover could fall back successfully before any: force From almost also is helm, and.ho himself on deck, disguised as I ,J

*r*Well the charge shall be ....;... .... 10 (00 tho head of tho other;but still only excepting only that should the op. the enemy might have, for tho country was of every position presented an oysterman, ho ran into Annapolis, and \ J
Advertlaementehanded In for publication,not upeetfytn portunity occur ifwouldjadvanco: its! line of one the most charming views to bo
?the number In'ertlons, to bo r nblii.hcd i at o cost utterly out of proportion to the favorable: to retreat and ambuscade.;"' had in Virginia., There vises Georgetown anchored under Fort Seven: At daylight
till forbid and charged In accor.tancewltb above tho miserable result. Now that is defence to include the capital. Experienceshows ho under and stood
1e1111'- value of that under ordinary circumstances a At a point nicely screened by the woods to the ]left, its neat white houses having tho gpt way, over to Chester
tho case of the two Confederacies across from Lewinsville and a few hundred yards of 1''or..
in distance
-- ---- comparative small population with little appearance a country village
Business Cards.JONNSOpcCANII&CUTHBERT. the Atlantic, where the surviving halt of and means of war is sufficient for avery from tho place, I sent forward under Major to tho right is tho city of Washington Hero a terrific gale threw\ his litllo craft

an ffete Federal Union has undertaken to money defence. Ten-ill, a portion of his command ,stealthilyto only the Capitol distictly seen, while high upon Eastern Neck Island. Ho then,

reduce the other half to its Federal duties: good reach tho woods at a turn of the road still in disguise: boarded tho steamer "Arrow,"
further the is
to right tho Yard
[ Wo are i in a condition to offer advice.Wo .- ,
,, "We: say*that this is tho ,case, but beforewe advise tho Northern States of America and reconnoitre beyond. This was admirably near which are anchored soveral steamers, got the papers, and saw the account of tho
can -
1 SUCCESSORS: TO proceed a step'fn ther,' it is necessary: advise the done, and the Major soon reported to ono of them. 'apparently with steam Colonel's arrest! ; then placed the main body -'
JOHXSO.X, BIRD & _O.DE.Iins to observe that the case of tho No.thorn Princes: and ns u-o tho'can despotic: Courts of legitimate Europe.; mo,that tho enemy had: a piece of. artilleryin ) Further (down' through the opening be. of his. men under tho charge of Lieutenant .
'* ;: INS -' Americans is in some important respects onldo position in.tho road just, at .r.<,Lewinsville, tween Arlington Heights and Sliuter'sIIii1'you Blackston, with orders to him to
's. difficult than would be. Let tho statesmen at Washington 6ur road. I him immediately make tho }best of his to
:: more : onrs Theyare directed tho sail way Virginia,
Dry Goods, Fancy and Dress Goods, what England has done beforo'a hundred if get a glimpse riding at
not so united'as we have always foundourselvci to post his rifle'nicn so as to in across tho Dtand through Calvert county -
leisure tho Potomac
Clothing Himlvvare Groceries times and what all has done is'do- altogether a most
: Europe ,
in war\ Their Border States feel render it'impossible) for the T'cannonicrs to ; which Blackston succeeded nobly in
Crockery Glassware Boots 'and will still do. It is not "01dWonhi" beautiful sight. Directly' above thin, on
divided allegiance. They havo to protect ing. servo the piece, and if possible to capture it. tho ; house is doing. Alexander then, with his brother-
Shoes Hats Cam Books ad\iuc. It is not of tho leaven'that heights beyond Washington,a
more than n thousand miles &Hand During subsequent operations tho cannon- in-law and two men, started for Accomac,
and Franklin felt it their to be distinctly! seen which is said to be
Stationeryatches Washington :
frontier, including ono closely bclel fired iers tried( !ineffectually, to servo the piece! the residence Mr. Seaton of tho National down the Eastern shore of Maryland.\ Everything ,
fcc. &c. mission! to extirpate. It is tho latest
S .'Jewelry, position surrounded by foes or ill-alTected very and fiuiallyatterhonewasShot; through tho went on Immingly, until!! his arrival '
Montle llo 1801. 8 tf human Intelligencer.Tho .
,April, and newest lesson of affairs I11l1chne'r
adherents. Speaking tbc same langnago as than Fleam tho electric ; head the piece owns taken"off.; Whilo this .chain of hills; of which this is one, : at Cambridge] where, ono 'of the par**
telegraph or
BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING. their foe, they have no means of excluding! rifled Do 'the Northern States was going on. a few shots from Ilosscr's ,constitute a very strong defensive position ly being recognized by Judge Spence, and!

osoph O. Taylor, spies! from their lines, or even traitors from cannon. section at a cluster of the\ enemy 'a', quarterof in between lie being n relative, Montcilh-likc, proved .
front Arlington Heights
to tho New. World l
or are
really: ,
their ranks. They have to make stand. tho'Wtiro force of the traitor and.} informed'
a n milo'olf. put n : on them. Ina ,
!GrI JN0 OO 1.t@ three and
WI1.jI they only n bit of tho Old 'World, with all four miles distant.: On the rightis "
ing al\ll\ fleet.;' have to learn in full'retreat their short time! Hicks
on tho-above btn-lneMln army They its its and its enemy : exposing entire Mason's\ : Hill from which can best be Gov; ordered out tho
bigotry, : ,
CONTiNUEStocnrry tyranny
will he plvuicd to receive the first element! of tactics, and even military pride column to,the flank fire from our pi ees.-' seen Fort Ellsworth .Alexandria and tho 1>0I'che"8ter.,Guards; 'Urn hotel l was surrounded .
( the Western shore ot tie! Atlantic ,
a portion of tho 'iMtninng, :( .of the! public. O'nn.nlt'lIla stranded! on
without soldiersor ,
dcciplino. They are and taken
of f into
\ Somo'agonlnl1 work done in a* goo.l gtyle I&A can be accomplished ? The advice vwo give them i is what Lower Potomac. In the centre is this, ,
by any one In the Slatol Entire unllifaoilon officers to command: and to train them. have before and passed in ]hasty: flight, the rifle piece Mnnson's\ Hill, which takes its Dune: froma dragged: to tho common jail, placed in n

reasonable Is | iinrnntee term.Jin: every Mse. ,and:work done' on Their: revenue, at its best, before the11', they to them taught, as us n son, wo to onlysay '!his and, howitzer! ,flringas f they passed ; then rcBiJcnccTnoar by: On tho extreme left, room, and kept until morning. Then closely I

tST He will likewUo superintend the making: was only jn't! sufficient to meet the inter. f father 1'raotico many what may teach say" Let camo flying a battery of eight pieces of artillery and beyond the Loudon and Hamshire guarded: they were conveyed to thoIIteam'r.

and! burning of Drlck. est of the debt likely to be incurred by two you (Griflin's) which soon took position On tho wharf an immense throng
Feb. 4th. 1860. 61-ly tho Northern States: "accept the situation"as Railroad, is Hall's Hill, a place said to betecli
years of the! war on its present 'scale. That about six hundred yards to our front and surrounded Gov. Hicks, and shouted loudly ,
known the of
did \ their enough to : men
John 'Ml: ]?Palmer revenue;however, i is, to begin with, maimed we as Austria eighty: did years two ago cars upon' at Villa-011IIOit lightp'iu>d rained: shot and shell upon us Washington, and especially the officers of f for tho habeas corpus. Alexander demanded ;

-Dealer in-:':- by the loss of the seccdcrs! and by the f1'nncan; Zurich. Let j them ago count thin during the entire engagement, but with the Northern army. In all the three elevations of Gov. Hicks, to bo treated as a I

PROVISIONS ,A.> I> cRocr.nics, stoppng3 of tinQic, so that it is questionable : harmless effect al hough stl'ildng'ery near. make gentleman. Tho Governor replied-" You
before march forth drive half a crescent of about six or
cost they to
... MONTO O DELL. \), FLA. whether it will bo possible to do more Then passed three regiments of infantry at seven miles in extentcompletely cnciicling are in the bands. of tho ,military." "I am
"" a million arnfd men n thousand: milesacross ,
January Bth, 1841. 47-tf than: repair that loss by the new taxes: now double quick; receiving in succession!! as tile whole .. hills glad to hoar it," iiwid Alexander, "for L
their own country into"tfio Gulf of inner lino of / known ns Arlington

IMoiiticcllo House." imposed. Jlevico. Let them consider whetlu-r they they passed, llosser's! unerring salutation, Heights and Shutel"s Hill. When thought I was !in your llan<18." 1+

American: credit U not so good<< :as British his shells burstingdirectly! over their heads Hero the crowd attempted a rescue but
W. can do what: Napoleon could not do in! the well fortified it will constitute a very strong ;
M.' HUMPHREYS PROPRIETOR nor is n cll'Iit"tf! f a Federal Union in ,
and creating the greatest: havoc and confusion lino ot defence. At it is overpowered by number*, Alexander was
plcntitude of his w ith times present : principal
: PURCHASE! THE l>roccssof_ dissolution; likely to 'be equal: to power, many !in their .ranks! The last infantry/ regiment i. held the nUll borne on board time steamer: and convoyedlo ,
11\\,1\0 their their their credit and Iy by unceasing vigilance
of Col. Ultickbnrn, I\ADOYES: that of a united] people. Lastly, war, which number, store, I was'followcd) by a column cavalry, Fort Melli'nry. His wife, who was! in
of'our bravo imo
| leaned to have the pnlronnge!, n above all,their uii'itary skill ami experience, strong aims troops!!, w are
tundetl to It continued. I !have aim bought a lot of changes in rharactcr according to circniu-. his school'of Generals and his of hich atone time rode over the rear of thoinfantry daily being icinforccd. The whole Northern \Virginia the time, immediately saw President
new furniture, which will add to the comfort andnmvcnlrnie stances rtaUUl-es rules of supply, f Davis "'who
special probability : in great confusion. Time field, gen kindly: assured her thateverything
indeed could not drive them .
of 1II'ltue U, fly; tllLlo will alwayiI \ veterans. What they purpose to bo isliot : army ,
I I'tupplied} with the best the market can afford. tor different localities TUo ono rnlo oral and staff officers' were seen axel.tinge"cl'y out of it now. possible should bo done\ to savor

M.. 24th. 1SUH ly cstnbliclicd by American warfare is that ,only to les: good as the SOlltl crneJ'1a.}! or effort to restore order in their broken him. Silo then welt: to Maryland'[ procured
a little better,but overwhelmingly supcri}i- The pickets of tho two armies are now
tlio advantage is on.the side of defence. ranks, and cavalry: : udetlcs, observingtheir a pass to Nit her husband, and at once
IT1 (Q)1 utIDbl.D!}{] 3r : or. Are they ? Is not this an ovcrwheen- my about SCO yards from each other. Sometimes .
Our ofTuiibivo operations always\ failed flight, reported that they ,finally rallied commenced tho invention of plans for his
ing opinion of themselves\ ? Can they drive l they approach within' tho distance of
ngaintt fortified/ posit] ns ; against breastwork a mile and a half below, and took escape. Sho procured a Federal! soldier's
the Southerners like a flock of sheep smoke; 100 yards, but that is only for the
JOHN MILLER, -, purpose
thrown np in,a night ; against forest position! tip tho road, where they supposedour unilorm, n clothes line, and an inflatinglife
TS NOW OPEN: to Ilia pnhlie, and the Pro them out of their nest like wasps, fel'l'etthem of getting a good shot, and it is: alwaysdone :
JL prietorrl''pcctfolly'! Ujf dllciUa\ shore of put full Onll\, itoille foe ; against. beat, hunger columns would be pursuing! them. preserving waist coat. These she! smuggled
like rabbits and them like ? with caution. For tho most
mange frlie Iloiue U .Itllllt.'.! on the street and thirst ; against ever imminent flank bag game Captain Rosser, having no left' to part theylie ( to his cull, beneath her garments.-
leadinz: from the pnWie eg'inretotheRailroad depot.XovAnbcr tho ; Let them] just/ look}forward a little and consider enemy behind fences, houses and barns, or COli.cenlthell1t1eh'es .;
17. 1860. 40- attack ; against certainty that every' contend with, at !his own request, was per. dining time arrangement she purchased .
the of next in skirts of wood with which
probable state::
step diininibhed the number, strength and mitted to view the ground of the enemy's plants and mado for !her husband: a littlo

LEWIS F.. EOUX. GEO. s. sour. the munitions of our men, and increase year, and the" year after, .and twenty yearsto flight, and found the road ploughed up time whole country is chequered. When garden"at his cell window, thus disarmingall :
Roux & Co. hence. Even we w ho sang such songs: behind fences they protect themselves by
those of the enemy. The present war by his solid shot, and strewn with fragments suspicion| that any escape was meditated. ;
ot' lrfumph'in'1814! and 1815 felt that little earth works which the rails: serve
and might, for its incidents,.ben"chapter j in our wo of shells)), ; two men left dead on Sixteen' days ago, everything being in
Receiving Forwarding Agents; and all Europe would have done much l better to support. If in houses or barns, they
own disastrous ware on that soil. 'I'hKOlthet'llel"8 tho field, ono mortally wounded, awl) ono readiness!'!, just\ after dark, Alexander don.
to think what we were about in I.V-: cut loopholes, through which they fire.-
-AXI>-- have advanced upon a fortified not hurt, taken prioners. The prisoner ned !his disguise, and while Col Zarvon.iThomas
Merchants If clear foresight'show! that there must Altogether it makes rather busy and exciting
General Commission a
'C position, but day's march from Wash: said the havoc in their ranks: was fearful, ( ) engaged till attention of the
be two Federations and that other work. As I passed' along about a
on no
reruaudiiiu, ria i ington.1.! They have arrived at, tho point justifying what I saw myself of the con Sentinel, he slipped by, gained limo ramparts -
tT Special attention given to the sale Cotton footing will peace ever be made, it will be mile of our pickets yesterday, occupjing
wit a force already melting'awa)',far short fusion. Major 'Terrill's sharp shooterswere passed over the mortar battery, and
)luw. Tides, and Prodnce generally. *
much better that it should come to after with the delays and return about an hour,
rtr Cotton and otber merchandize forwarded of the list on paper, beaten with heat, bun- pass by no means idle, firing'; whenever a sprang flom the curtain iuto the ditch.-
". one war than after ten or some hundred shots mint have been fired
it hear and year's twenty.It
dispatch. gee thirst'and a long march, and surprisedon straggling Yankeo showed his head, and The fall: being great !he discovered, on rising v
1861. 2
February 26 ly is not as if tho Union or two Unions on both sides, principally with Miaio rifles.
L both flanks by the sudden outpouringsof capturing a Lieutenant: (captured by that ho was crippled. Nothing daunted '
were the only altcrnativ As the war The shots however"err.said to have been
I). J. Taylor, \\' )' While thin has occurred in pro- :Major Terrill himself,) one Sergeant and ho cra'wlcJ. : through the abattis, over
tell what and that than usual
cccds.no nan: numerous morning
can Jew more ,
Virginia, almost within sight of Washington powers one private all belonging to tho Nineteenth tho gracis, into tile liver, inflated his waist. !
OOk'JrJ.IJ1Hsa: :M jJ : )'r'jM
mi1 TAND combinations mays arise, >and particularlyhow 1>account of tho appearance of our party,
column of 8,000 :Federalists, advancing Indiana, (Col. Meredith's.:! ) Tho prisoners coat; and made a bold stroke for freedom.
far tho Western Stales will endure tho w ho made a good target. Very few of
against a foe thrice their number, has reported to mo that Gen. McClellan himself After being in the water a long lime ho
Receiving and'FonvarJing Agent, taxes and financial obligations necessary! for the shots, however, could bo called good
met with the same fate no doubt for much was and tho it out landed and crawlrd three-fourths of a milo
-' the 'rho advice offer is what present, enemy gave U were aimed at r
FERN ANDINA. TLA. war. we only ones, they us.
the same reasons, at Springfield, four or publicly'that tho of Lcwinsille to a bouse. There ho found sumo friendly m
IT Agent for Charleston Daily Line of Steamers ; Americans have given to all tho world.It occupancy
February 23.1861. 2-Iy'' five hucdrcd miles to the west-as if in was to bo_ permanent. (Alas I for human In the course of our passage along the disposed people ; two Catholic girls wash

DozitB. .. -. order to warn the Northern States that is a hank of( their own cotton-a pipe of expectation!) The officers :and men behaved lines wo noticed ono fellow creeping up ed and dressed him, put 'scapula" round h"

JAMES E, BHOOilE. wjiat has happened is not accident, no result their own tobacco. Let them consider what in a manner worthy of tho General's highest near a cedar tree, not more than ono bun. his neck for protection, placed him in the s

L. Dozier & Co. of peculiar circumstances or personal they can do, and what they nor all the i commendation, and time firing done by dred yards distant. We discovered him, bottom of A carriage, and, themselves covering

FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS failure: but by inevitable rule. world cannot do. At present they are only I the section under direction of Capt. Rosser however, !in good time, just before ho get i him with their garments,,. drove to a r

.FtK.Vl.-VDIXA: .\.' < There is but one enterprise which can giving a triumph to many a foe, for there i and Lieut. Slocum, all the time under fire his\ piece loaded, and ono of the pickets I friend's house, where ho was< taken care of.' fl

March 16th. 1801., 8 lyWS3IR_ bo compared to this,_and that is the first U not a circle of old absolutist statesmenand i from the enemy's battery, certainly for accuracy near by got a shot at him with a Minnie The next day a man-of-war was: hauled

Napoleon's gigantic, but infatuated attempt diplomats who do not read tho storyof and effect, challenges comparison rifle. Whether be hit bun or: not wo cannot into the river, and fired guns for a longtime ,
JJtj) ]:!?;} : : their difficulties! and reverses with a bit.
Kussia.. That but ho made his x
ofa never
upon _was a case i with any ever made. Valuable assistance: say, appearance to raise Alexander's body, supposing
;Th.xorohant: Tailor smile. will hear with
least .
ter They at respect
-ASD DEAI,EE IXClofbiu-:: great political alliance, as grand as a Fed with was rendered mo as usual by Chaplain Ball ; again during our stay Shortly alter Capt. he roust have been drowned. After this

neudyMade :? eral Union. comprising the best, the wealthiest perhaps disappointment, that and Messrs. Ifairston and DUl'kl1, citizens Rosser gave a shot at a stealthy fellow bidden lends of the cause in Maryland conveyed
tho North and South have
AND SEXTLEMES'B rritNismxo GOODS,- and the most populous part and tri nds. agreed to part attached to my staff, were conspicious in behind a snake fence, or rather 1 leaningon him from place to place,by night, for con- )

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. the best soldiers on the continent of Europe ... .. daring, Corporal Hagan and Bugler Weedare it. 110 came down liko a black bird ccalmcnt, until at last he was carried to the

HE ALWAYS keepi on hand Cloths,wimeres!.; advancing into a territory, the sparse and entitled: to special mention for good before a fowling piece.' Subsequently, as' shore of the Potomac., Here, by the mer "

VesUngi Fancy Coatings, tc., which. he III poor population of which scarcely surpassedthat A NOTABLE Apl'OI TYE .-Prince Poll- conduct and valuable service we passed up the open road, after we had est accident,' he fell in with Lieut. Dunott,
prepared to lllako to order, in a workmanlike J
manner,and on the up meet reasonable terms.February of tho invading host. Winter might gnac, of France, has received an appointment Our loss was not a scratch to man or left the field, a party of four or five came who had escaped from Washington, and

fy : 25th, I860. ly be the immediate cause, but it was also the upon Gen. Beauregard's staff withtbe'rank horse. We have no means of knowing tho out, some threo hundred yards distant, and George Bear, a young man who was making

FULTON; rou.niiv; apology of the tremendous route that ensu of Lieutenant.1mou'fIrince' Colonel He i is a enemy'eexcept that it must hive been; hen'yflom : fired upon .us, but tho shot fell. ,""short by along his wy to Portsmouth Va. Alexander

ed. If any one will.attempt to compare: the grandson: of the ( Polignae, the effi-cts of the Ihotll. We found in way. purchased a boat Dunott and Bear

TAtUUIASSEE, FLA., means of the Federalists with those of Napoleon who was imprisoned at Ham for his fidelity) all four dead. Of course'they carried off Of course it would 1 Jjo easy with our carried him on their shoulder a mil< v Bear

JOHN CARD T? Proprietor ,he will fiuJ them far inferior in every ( to Charles N. Jfuii reported to be in close all they could. Your attention w. specially force hero to drive the I enemy still further tore off his coat skirts and muffled the oars: '

STEAM: EXCISES,from, 6 to 93 florae Power respect; while there no doubt that the communietiou.with Louis Napoleon and called to tho enclosed wMelt8.1 deliveredto back, but nothing would be gained: therebyat I and although the guard vessel was: within

auiniUp,and to a.order cheap of the. un best be material purchased and la%New ork- Southern States are far more ably to' d.fl.'uJeery upon terms of intimacy with Count Moray' me at Len iiisvillu) and to my endorse )present ;rbe'side ll, they do very little one hundred fifty yards, they quietly push.

York or any Northern City and laid down in Flori point, every position every line in It is to Liuvd, are indebted for the insertion rnent. I send a sketch also.! I return hero dam"'go with'''all their shooting. Only one ed off, and. succeeded in reaching the Mr.gjnia .

da.eon.taatlyoaband.'Si CASTINGS for Saw JJilU.Mills Gia from Gearing 1 J to lalpcliIB ie-, their territory, than the Russians were in in the_ Paris journals last spring ofvarioUli' .with my command lifter establishing my of our mites. baa been bit within a week, all : shore In safety A man, taking tho

.. dUr-Her also oa hau4 pr made to order. theirs. They ]have mouiitaneous: ranges rie Jly notices of the Confederate line ot picket through. : Lev insvijle. Please along the whole line of pickets. Our men boat for remuneration, carried them in hi!%.

Grave Some Yaids Beautiful, ton'.. pickets. ,

JOBBING WORK of all dewriptions executed don accustomed to carry oj-ms, and only I menu; ,ed by our friends in Paris lie 1 is> Your obedient servant, if we are to believe the prisonerswho Alexander speaks very feelingly: ol his

with Mataea and despatch. All order addre&ied !about thirty years old and exceeding p'aiuau !: K: friend{ Lieut. Dunottwho. while bearing
too glad to use them ; they have: railways: J. D. ,$)TEIVART, are daily being brought in. Time truth I
to John Cardy.Tallah.-Florida,willne\ i.rompk l unpretending his has him MI; Lie. back: at every alarm turned to
family enjoyed
ly attended to. tSTTEKMS CASH JfcJ and abundance ot fiol '1r.4 o'r "a' ( Colonel Cummandiog. is, our men are not only better uaAsracn: last the danger: thus showing the devotion

flea 8, 1860 (J"-lyj JVHK CARDY- I[ caries of war, They are evidently tillft'. i| the title\ Prince for five: hundred, ears. General J, Lo GSTJUET.: bat show more skill in avoiding shots. I of one soldier to another.


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\\ihe Qen. Z Zollicofler\hose;' whole' "V-#etricd i J'' sbeen OUR FERMNOINACORRESPONDENCE.BARTOW. : .OUR, VIRGINIA I d. .I met n few acquaintances in' n'company 'In.the' Regiment armed'wlt;?;tbey
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nulilu of signal} ability find $advantage! has u. uu.18in "' : the company's: -two of Capt A entered the State from Tennessee'. !!* and. 'is QA3@ Sept 30, YonKtow' ',VA., 'OA ll' )l : SOlS and] one of D?. Godfrey's.t' They ,company In( the Florida Regiment.. *. .'
s "flat Jmtilta, runt Coe1.m driving: the enemy before MiroT'In: the Mn. I.'uoDEs1: have not written you in Sept,. 20lh, ) well mid make fine dragoons:. 1 Oth..Captain Oeos .,* -
Gen. Bnckncr i another Ktntuckian some time, because ot ling'IiM occurredof f. H. Films, Esq' ; If wish, nid! do lh'is co'n1"uG. -*
middle, our people to ns, they can I Tho discipline! of, core anywas ,
F. n. ni/ncs Dear Sir Wo at last tl ? exceU I 1
utof. late that would be of interest. :- are on
hiss seized Bowling Green (ijn tho center of better sending trod thai in i lent }'
by mgney, ) any militappearance: good, arms goWi ;
the State, and pushing his columns! Xot th- We ba'o'Leen hard at work, night and field bi f Yorktownwih; all it9i) : [ way. 'Such' things; iw have: already i i.accoutrements," Imf ; knapwclcscanteen's; \
MonticelloSATURDAY : 'day, (Sunday included: .' ,) for three i weeks, ini.scence of those "tii'lies\ that' tried. :
ward, bee driven Rousseau! 'away from sent for tho sick, came in bad order, and havfcrsacks not-corfptetc.; : ,
.. ... battery mini. it is not souls." Our Hegimcnt. left. I ttiou"
Klizflbelhtown: ;(forty-two miles billy from building yet completed the I would I suggest that : correct' *$ : '' '
cotlung. '
MORNING. OCT. 0, 1861 tho Ohio river and the city of Louisville\ nor can I tell when it will be. :This 8 o'clock A. ll., on'tine 10th inst.. who will to contribute for the-bene. I 10th.:.Captain Cropp'S# 1 -. :

IIi address has.\he ring of 'aclnrioi-: battery, when finished, will be avery formidable rived] here the samo altcrnoon.: By of the sick; send rae'an amount of mon The discipline of_lhi.4 company"was company' "n"- ."

-To Ad.v01111:1ao111s." ;: The advance is thus.made along the whole one, and by (aid of the one on of Col. Ward, I remained two days sufficient to keep up the Hospital. I sup t lent, arms good;, Deficient ,!nknapsacks'. .

In future, we shall require line and the people are welcoming and] sustaining Cumberland island, just opposite' I thinkwo I mond after the Regiment loft, for ) one thou,|md dollars would bo sufli haversacks! and canteen.s.. The military'np'.'' :

.d panlcntoff;; all trancicnt ( pre-I' their allies\ t Kentucky is now ours will be able to repel tho' enemy, let him pose of making some arrangements, ''- i for th<3 :present' .Miss )[:\ynlt, peannico of this company good- }the geucral,,.*
in whatever force There dug a Hospital for Our sick and]
and iii'prospect.and,] is. t fust becoming come botany. ot(-' edit cleanliness "
menh from other than contract advertisers. Iin sympathy which I and ; Tu lahsseC one' hundred of tho company quarter of thi 1-
timid individuals hero who think duty accomplished
so in reality. Let Coy M.igoflm\ now arc some which has been appropriated in wfts one of the :best !in ;
f'+ :2hh regulation will to that this would bo of Regiment here last night I hid co.p\ny theregi- rment
place .
withdraw his and! oflicial in easy cnpt.ul'e'l .
: people gihi( !! way Col. Ward,is very kind, and is i .. ;* W"
strictly adhcrrcd to.Correspondence. Iltience and authority to their cause. The and are continually talking about dnvisiug plcastent trip from Richmond.) The mo'jn ho in !
.. every way can I'c1hnrg) Tho Police arrangement of the I;, clttjup'( .
for but I shall time is much liko
retreat for country
time for and Las way 5 my part, very .
temporising parleying sick. He )has: appropriated the whole and ground ot thus regiment
J cis and other important never believe that tho place can be taken: if tions of our own State: and} company : are
passed. his pay, as member ol Congress, for the' in order-everything, presenting( :..
: matter entirely.exclude c\litol.i:1I'this: West of the mountains the \Make of battle we do our duty, until the reality is forced many pleasant: thoughts; of home !
of the and has ordered and '
neat military Tho
week. Our Idlers from Richmond,) For- ft Regiment, appearance. tents,
between North and South is thns clearly upon me ; and Hit should be taken, I do sent friends.\ The. Richmond '
at his own so whenever] I., n J few are smash I learned
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nandina: find Pcnsacola: arc quite interesting! River Railroad to'the expense 11\C\'el't, except -
not believe that with the natural advantages runs junction ,
I exhibited and the fight is afoot, On
; sick have flannel the Col that
n man must a great many" were private
and the will bo rend with interest. ; proper
1 : war news! this island affords 111! it could be held. l'amnl11e; and Matiaponi rivers '
.. .. the Atlantic it is not yet, fully dclillc.1.nr'bIlJ ) furnishes it from his own purse Jfoii' t'}': The,tents which are private, arc largo fandof
[ is in She is Ever since the report was put in circulation Point, Mhcro they form ths York .
CoL Blackburn War Tax Collector. not position.
yet contributions cm' bo scut, to me here, ,; good material I ; tho others are o.
,.; As some )parties appear very desirous to now captive: to the North; but thank'Heaven that the Yankees were fitting out an expedition This point i is forty miles t from Hospital supplies to me at Richmond, small that I can hardly see how morb than

Ascertain witit is that the Government she is an nnvv illing captive. Deceived: and y against this Island, terror has! From West Point wo had a : of Dr. };, W. Johns, Medical Purvey two can 'sleep in them!I 'notw iilistanding: !

thought! )proper to appoint Col. E. E..Blackburn betrayed] tli, : miserable Go\"'nor, inundated reigned in l"el'l1anllinf.'unitics: ; are leaving thirty miles down the York river, We have about fOlly sick now, but they are inlendeJ for five men. A g catli:1ny !
Confederate' Slates' :Marshal\ the ivith l"edcrarsolJi l'tI guarded and garrisoned daily: and the town will soon be nearly beautiful, broad] and deep '
to -
still unable to do duty, from" previous : of the tents in the regiment are vc-'
position of War Tax Collector, wo have and watched: at nil points by overwhelming depopulated.) I have become hcaitily sick high banks: ono sido, and low kuesl.! JWith kind remembrance to all ry bad and leaky The cooking arrange.
oi tt the talk about the Yankees coming (hear on the other. It reminded me a "
numbers with weak ,
concluded 1.\.tllo (acts in the beforeour and
to case many friends I aciYours, & mcnls I'' found in fine order
wicked and would be glad: if they would hurry iho St. Johns! but is hardly so : 1" everything
and who their up,
readers. The Colonel did not get np sours: many hug .THOMAS M. PALMER. complete ; c\'e'ri company tvas divided! into .
n long )petition, signed 1 by hundreds. of in chains and glory in their shame and\ dignify to relieve the suspense.! The banks on both sides)! are; 1. S. I wish to mention'particularly the separate: messes"; In conclusion, I l'
did. he Richmond their degradation it "Union Were you aware, Mr. Fildes! that there beautiful white cottages: Sl woul
1'uential citizens nor go to : by calling !of those )ladies of Richmond, who again state that I .coi siJer tho Regiment!
was: a in a Southern State: especially conical] cedars and tho magniflicent
there and hundreds. county ,
and skulk around the coattails of are tens thousands: : been, and aro still RO kind to our sick. in1't good order. ,
} official- for the who long fOl.the and' the hour in ]patriotic little Florida, with :a town which. is a tree unknown in Floi' : ',
"high begging appoint opportunity
), ; names should,) bo engraved in indeli. I. Respectfully submitted, .'
anent but ho simply wrote a letter informing to rise as the tempest driven mariner longs in it containing: a population of so.ne 1000 approaching Yorktown, I was on '
; characters:: on the tablet of the leant: of (Signed,) A. N. lJA KIm.
the government, that last year ho took'Iho fur the dawn of day.: They, are weighed persons, that had not furnished single five for a handsome and". well laid )' Floridian: ; for truly can: we 1'ih: | 1st. Licit!: C. : C.M.
Census of Florida: thereby incurring down by power but not by 1 fear. They are Company for the Confederate or State service but judge of my disappointment, SI
c Saviour! "I was thirsty: and ye gave Oflicial.-GEO. G. GAINEU, A. A. A..G. ', .
c considerable expense and trouble, and he !bent' but not broken. They wait for oppor ? Such county is Nassau. I !should landing. I found about twenty drink; I was and took .-r...._: .

: and his deputies never received a cent from. tunity. leaven grant that it may noon keep "silent, in regard to this, subject, if their idatcd )houses! some of wood, and a ;Ju ; I ;was sick 1Sll'nlgel'and ,visited)me."- Correspondence of time FrlulJ

'r" the U. S. Government for their services- conic to them I But many arc not contentto lack: cf pati'iotism was not so glaring as to brick, which Io _kc.las if they names are Mis. Mary[yo H. Smith Mrs lloSnCJLLt Oct 3, 1S01.rt. .
wait. nctutd'y:,! need comment. How proud must been built soon ,after the flood. EDITOR :-In accordance with' our
:i and asked to be appointed. Collector, :as a Some have: been able to elude their G. OorlonIisl: Joseph II. Crew '
the young' men of this county feel, :as they conceived rrnnntic ideas! which I \ original intoutiontie i Jefferson County ,
of if it would] conflict watchers and make their Forsaking
ineasnrO justice, not escape. Mrs.J :\ : Stokes Mrs. T. S. Bald- :.
strut about in, their fine clothes and 1 kid ed were suddenly ,brought down, \ \1\1 Soldiers'' Association, arid its a'uxjiiarySocieties r"
with hU duties as :Marshal. This was a home, and property, and family, and Mrs.[, '\ cuI.in*, Mrs, ; Davis, :Mrs.:\ .i
gloves, to think that they have some one !sublime to the ridiculous! for on !; report the following' having
friends have wOk
+ to to \in ;
reasonable Government they
request, nn.1lhc so come us help eJl1l'fight )Ir*. Fiirguson Mrs. ,iGaskins a
consuae'ingittvithouthesitationappointea' ] and. toI'go forward the columns that to endure the privations and hardships ashore an officer approached] :and : Gordon Miss Sarah J. lliria ,' been accomplished during the. month, of

\ bin to tho position. It could. not havo are t to deliver their Stalo from the nightmare n soldier, in their stead. fromoHier. parts, of mo liCe, your pass.'' So wo have: \' 5omu others, whoso names arc Cal'llgtol not re September : T'4; : .

undo a better appointment. I political death. None have: foughtmore tho State ; and how their lrlR must swell_ things here, as negroes do not have: just r.t this nt. -These la Jefferson Co. Sol.lcrs'i'Association *.
with patriotic motion ,.whe they contemplate anti white men cannot travel] IQm 41 pair ", "
Pnlt _
this connection authorized ) gallant lead
In we are by : theyNone can have opened two houses forourskk, '
that they havc.soma ono to defend The river horo is about threo 07 pairof: Diawers -* ., :\
Col. Blackburn to state: that in nil cans, thorn! in the fight. And tho desire which ; have attended to the) culinary dcpatl. '
their dear homes for them'; while they Can: a mile wide, and about seventy f foot 31 Coats1- .
; where it B practicable, he will appoint the (animates their soul and ncrvs their arm entirely, had the washing done at '.
Marshals who aided in tho is to strike down the which enclaves flee to' places of'safety when tuc.cnemyapproaches. Glowccpter Point is. just opposite, 33 Undo'.hrt9, '.. j<'..t. .
Deputy taking power : .| \\' houses*and often visited the *' ; .
.v ( men 0
their State and t frowning battery of heavy guns! ; 23 : ,,
Census sao, Sub Collectors; so that it to strike offtho fetters from the llospilals, and and thccr- '
Oh, 1 when the war is ended, and we could sink acssel very soon. rornfl.ll'lco to garments mado: for tins 2nd Fin.
t' is altogether unnecessary: : for applicationto limbs. And cordially: docs the whole rC'1 them by nerds: and acts of M ..- I
,f t bo made by other parties.! Southern heart beat in unison with their and turn in gladness! 'to our homef! how tho I fortifications! hcro have been put is in "memory's} Ipalh waste.) .to '., Ri'g't in Virginia.; : ,

.:;;" If the! press of tho State will circulate generously! I will their comrades in amine pay young men of Nassau will talk of how they ough repair, and are now very :green I\ot. kindness arid 230 garments.'T'he t-*

the foregoing, it will confer a favor upon bade the services they :!I'elOW rendering, fought, bled :and died. in the glorious cause: From this place' : tho liver opens. upon T.1II.l'uial. [. members of the Soldiers' Aid S,1c. '

,4 Col. Blackburn.: and rejoice with them over tho noble of liberty beautiful! bay, which merges into : .....---" ety, org-iiii/ed at 'Elizabeth Church AnJl t
...... I, land of Carroll disenthralled and her Queen Tho! )people> \ of this county'havc: not only .\tI lIli<'. We are encamped, in the 'CORRESPONDENCE.' :Yard, lEOl, have made nnd deposited with

>. The Lines are being Defined. City free'once more. minifcstcd an indisposition to fight, but of the field! on which Cornwallis PEN3ACOLA Ito lo"tiec'lo';; ocatiQn, tho following:

'} Tho" natural- ) boundaries and lines of hostility "'I .Maryland:\ has obtained her position they seem disposed to treat unkindly those C't111iOi arms.' to Washington. and, on'' < [\\o I'rinJ\ln hncr4ec.\ lima'ired frllll..fd,11Iu the army nt of garments : .

:'; are now being rapidly defined bo- in the fight and her citizens have opportunity who have: come to defend. thc homes.: .* I three hundred[ yardsrfiom: the :' In"pfi'ling olficiT fl.r'ln of mite rap KloriJa. (yoginicnt Urpprt, It 30 )pair oC, Paula "

;;if\ ween the North and South. Thirteen sovereign to make: their choice then from?:nst can truly say, for time, time we havo, been whore he delivered his sword to be rlul.llr Interest.XJitor }'ricIJ.l] 10 .-DIICI'I, ,.
$ States are now arrayed: in arms to the West the lino will bo drawn, and the here not ':an net of kindness has been received Lincoln.'hic11 spot n marked: by WAniuxr.Tox, Aug 21st,' 1801.! 17 Coats, '' ;'"' o
against tho despotic of Lincoln from tho citizens of Fernandina obelisk of Italian muJ.with: \, the 2v Svek .
government boundary soon be determined which is to : JAMKS K SL\IGITJ:, C. S. A. J : .
f' and ono other' ', poor Maryland\ stand! divide i the: South from tho X ol'th. Then except in :a few individual. and l isolated the) surrender, which wai the Oth Affy! ln+pr Can't! Tiwipt C. 8 iKUKj Je'rcull; 03 garments .o. :

Z, trembling in chains, !,, awaiting the hour l.cn the contest will have.: its'exact: dimensions, caRC!!. Tho citizens have even re'hsod to her 1781 I, just eighty years ago, \ \Rich'a ;V.-In uboilienco. to General Orders, Mr! John Raysor' has
she will be enabled to arise in her might, and the end will soon 1'ullo.for; there assist' in making preparations for defence I, could] light the last battle of this \ I 80, f1'01! Head.Quarter.0, Troops e. S. we having supplic-l' 'tnateuial :. ..

,) and striko down tho oppressor. When she will be nothing .more to lose or gain by until the work was nearly: done and they the/: same field, we think the result Pcnsaeola, ol'dcrlng0 ns ono of the 14 pair' of Pants;. "j' : ,

,t# is released from her thraldom, her sons fighting. were importuned. bo the samo ns it was in those \1.I '! : peetin; and. Mustering Officers of thC 10 COt, '' ,

:;M f will spring to arms, and avenge her wrongs! .. ..... I pni.la it yesterday: with !several oth- I (fear: the end of the war: is far: ) Brigade, I beg leave'to make the follow. 21 i 23 Socks.. .'' *.'- -I
her sufferings and her insult! Then will Currc p"ii Mrs M. M.; afar
this war assume ill natural boundarios, and : : :-I see by your paper thonnnll.s in Georgia, and was highly delighted with before wo achieve!, our (' mustered and inspected the ht Rrgi-, above-. ratll'ialluj.lie.l) as
. a united, South! bo found in arms! battlingtor many gentlemen announced tor the trip While there walked: out upon must\ follow, the t example: of our of FloriJY: oll.teel. commanded .

their rights, their honor, and their home. Congress They all may bo, and doubtlessare tie suburbs, to see tho grave yard, ,whichis :and bear all tho privaiiotK' trials, Cot Jlattol
; Etcads. good men, but not such as the times i vciy beautiful mi ii r r lie,h It i is thickly covered hardships of tho war, in order to t Battallion, I noted p>m.fme utail' every 0 Coats. \ '

Kentucky tn1'l'ic.ltoo long-sho allowed require I do. not doubt they artt po "e3. with live oaks, and I they hanging'with' to our children! the rights and. ,,' : }' in its marching and wheeling, and,) S 9 garments. ,r- .
cd of latent
,;6:; tho tyrant to obtain a foothold upon her else i i" and ability, but considerable moss, which compose :II scenery! misdated which they fought for and gained., '''rJs l mime, great pleasure to sate that it From the neighborhood Bunker's Hill .

"i1 soil; -but, (as remarks that Marling sheet, required in member of Congress to destroy the solemnity of a burial: place.It mo us with many others, it is purely I excellent, notwithstanding the ground have: been received '

t tho Richmond Enquirer,) thank Heaven, Energy, perseverance' and strict fidelity Jobii is nicely paled in, nnd the walks! and enclosures ter of duty to ho in the licKl, for I much broken. Tho appearance of the :(pair c-f Pnntu,

?'.. fiho is roused at last. She tn1'l'ie.llong :>inc.v are also requisite in an eminent are kept nicely swept Many\ of sure 'outhat I wonh nevertako w'as quite military every com : air of Drawers,
r degree. We have\ distinguished 2 Coats
;: but she tarries no longer. Tenibly indeed gentle tho monuments are beautiful: sculpture\ and as a matter of as' there are being uniformed The companies I ,
man, in the 2nd District\, who combines! all 3 Socks -
will she, doubtless, atone for the errors into of the some date back as; far as 1800. Tho kind hardships and trials in it which tho inspected. in the .(following order : 63 garments.: \' .
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;' ':. which sho hat' been betrayed. Division F. L. Villepiguc qualifications.' our refer to efficient tho Hon.Secretary hand, of all'ctioll had lately: put beautiful ed cannot realize. Hit I leave Captain:. Amakor's company)', ".\."_ A pail of this workwas* included; in our'

among her own people weakens her, now of :State.: Ho w present ould make excellent flowers over many of the graves, and everything 011 f'l.Il tho main questionand. discipline of. this company was cxcel- August report ; tine rest forms aparUif: the
f, that: her time has como to put on her arms. Representative in an and presented work of care: and attention get back to it. '\.1 arc about \' \' instruction good, military npnuarance: work reported by the J Jefferson) Soldieis' .
4,. A falso Legislature bits in her Capitol to credit our State. reflect fioinll'iihiainsbmmrgh, the ancient )' good ; they being conipUttly uniform Ail Association: for Sept ember.I !

give the form of 11to: tho servile. obcdi- upon How sinking-is! the contrast; between of the Old Uo.minioi, and now the 1[ The men were generally able bodied, }'ror the 4th district no work has

dice which it renders Lincoln. But the WACKELXAII. this grave: yard and 1 the ono Monticello.::\[ quait.TS of Gen. Migruder, under : good nll1' well kept ; all :ee been rctuineJ.- yet 6
bugle of tho contest has'now been rounded.} 13?" py reference to the announcements That has. not even a fence around it to keep command. we are now. About : of com pan: w v u
;:) The Southern banner]has now been set up. in toad'iy's paper, our correspondent willpel'ct.ivu thc beasts from trampling tho graves and di-tanro from the Bethel battle order, except a few haversacks and I material by the Association, has' made its

The great mass of the people are taking that his favorite, lion. F. L. Villi- no care ot consequence i is bestowed. upon I sea no prospect of a fight in this' Tho marching of this company repoi t September: in your last issue.

their natural: \ positon ; mid tho rich men pigue' is before the.people( candidate for it to keep it in order. And' what can bo tho country, and of roureo wo will \' ,, especially the wheeling! was ex Our report for September' consequently)' !il: .

\ who would sacrifice their liberties as Demos Congress. Ho was announced several) weeks the cause of this contrast? Surely it cannot inactive here, so long as the powers 403,Garments,

sacrificed his, soul, for tho love of their vile since in Wc.st Florida, but did not, until be' in the affections) or monetary cond: see Ir\ll'to keep us here. I have Captain Bradford's company"!'."-, 233 pair of Socks.

trash-the Guthries\! and others who have recently consent to of the lion of tho people. that were tho only
cry accept candidacy I'gilent. discipline; of this company was! ,excel Wa have received, and most' kindly acknowledge .
1. clothed their avarice in the grab of a sentiment urged upon him by friends. I hear this morning, : that there is a report Flori.t wo might have beer!put, in military appearance good, arms good. I donations:. from I the following
:: and cried Union when t Individuals in this in circulation Mouticcllo::\ that men in tion to bo in active serv'ice but wo : '
1 they u meant may, contest, urge the ; this company' dellieieht' in haver-. friends of the soldier ; "t .," '
t gold-will bind tho limbs of redeemed claims particular: :aspirants! but so far: a9thisjonrnal our Company, who were formeily considered hero to bo satisfied, and do our duty knapsacks: and caltcl'n 12 pair of sock from Mrs. Ray son

Kentucky no longer., The spell i ii4 now is concerned) we intend it t bl mil! the most t v urtnoui m and i honorable, have ever 01.Je'c.l1I, as good soldiers! Captain Hilton's company: "D.- '18 yds cotton oznaburgs supplied_;

t. broken. The line'n now drawn between maintain a strict IIcutl'nli"Po han for given themselves up to the most debasingvices do ; and wo are preparing to make discipline of this (
company wt excel. 'pair ot pants from Mr. D. W, Cam ;
the friends of the North and of the South. i 1 the past: seven years, beta; battling for party such as drunkenness, gambling, tte. of our situation.
military appearance good, arms in 1 pair blankets from Mr,D. McKiiinon;
Xt'tttrality is on all hides now discarded.: hack, politicians: demagogues\ and in :a Some malignant, envious, oflicious: busybody This place is a great ono for chi order. I found 14 knapsacks short in 1 pair socks from Mrs. John.McLean ;

The gage of battle; has been tendered and few cases, for uentICl1I'li-alltl ourgcxpei i. is the author of this report, :mid he dare I ver. Tho people around looking :as I company: ; this conipiuy had no can- 6 pair socks from MM. H, Bird ; .

accepted and the shout victory t iuise-1 by encois i it(7wStjiy'! Thofortnnatorccij l'- not make himself known. WhoeV-f! ho is, I do in some parts of 1lori.1 about ; amunition was correct I besides several other .evidences of interest'

Southern soldiers! has already given earnest knits! of offices of profit and honors, who no doubt envies us the reputation have, in the year. I hav\ riding Captain J..nmall company, "I"- and generosity which 'we are unable hero\

of tho final and \\0 hope the speedy. result WCI'OIII smiles! ; all COUI tea)', and lull ofpromises not only at homo but here, and would! destroy beach this afternoon looking for a discipline of this company was excel to specify ., .

Sn Kentucky Tho Southern Sisters from of friendship, whilst, the poor it. However we care not, for. mischief situation) for :a camp, believing that military appearance, good arms i in I ..'... J

s.., whose side, and the Southern Confederacy] : devils who obtain their bread by tho quillwere mot often returns upon the author of it, would get very near tho lusts?, wo order, amunition correct. I found this Ft ntn.u. ATROCITIES ix :InTLSD.->

from whose flag she basso long hung back :advocating: their claims, now clothe and scandal, like dirt, will rub out when it escape time ague. In my deficient in knapsacks Surnter, of the l harleslon CQurerla's-;
totally There is
11'ill not thus hang back from her. Indeed themselves with peacock airs, consider it a is dry. All I havo to say about the report found nn Alabama Regiment and canteens of Federal Villainies no exaggeration in Maryland.. I have

Kentucky)lias claims our justice great condescension! to notice zealous i i.s, that it is a base blander and an unqualified the .
on and
upon as a once water, they told me, Captain Baker's company, "E."- hoc-iuand conversed with : number of rfugccs ?-
welt as our interest and our generosity. suppoilor, and if an intimation is made lie. I can truly say that I did not know suffered considerably l from chills, of this company excellent,milita. who have come over the border

While the State Im lingered her sons hat e that his services would be appreciated) if there could bo so much order and virtue CCI were generally light, and good, arms in good order, within the: past six days. With lips quivering .

not; and of this many gallant bands in our exerted to\l'nrJltlJo procurement of some among soldiers as there is among those on no deaths from them. e ( ) correct. I also found this and voice trembling with emotion they
I\ 'al tell of barbarities I almost: shudder to .
army are tho witnesses.; They there government :appointment in the most modest this island, and especially tho Jefferson other fevers I repea'
ore ,
) we can get along with )' totally)' deficient in 'knapsacks, I One tangle fact will serve ns specimen amt
4 "brave ni the bravest as the most ar. manner imaginable, he invites to Rifles Yours, &c., Jruirs. termittenl :
eager you ...... as our people aro and canteens. .\1 other accou it is nntbitunately true that it U but a spec-
dent! tor the front rank and tho thick fight. -"go to h-1 !l" ".\ burnt child dreads cuslomed to it. and are not_ _nnn: __ correct. imen. A party of Sickles. tend rabbit s"
c Already large strides have been made in the fir!;i" and for fear that we might get TirE: WASHINGrov Bi"rciiEEV.-We have having ; who had been turned )loose upon Infc r.

the redemption of Kentucky. Our operations I burnt by some politician: we have concluded received infoi matiou from :a reliable sourcein The chi Captain Myers' company, ][."- tunate populance in lower:Irlnnt,burned
blockading vessels of this
were excel
was the homestead of turned
t seem marked with great vigor, and to keep them all at a safe distance until regard: thc repotted slaughter of Federal disc.iplne company I w ,
sight and to be entirely deficient in his family out into the fields, and wOI'seth:1:
I General A. S. J Johnston one of the cry their bond is given for good behavior: that ,, troops) in Washington. It appears) in i.'el direction of moving : rtLerwise,arms und amunition. In e\ry.this I all, carried oft'one of the jonng ladies ,to *
j tlipicest;, of our military chieftains is there i is, that they will continue to act the gentleman that (four regiments were required to change 1,1) thC Fortress ) tut their denv, she was outrage] by naio
Gen. Wool has there eleven of
, : to lead and to,push on tho movement. lIet after the election as well :as before. their arms, whcieupon they mutined, and( very little idea of ) were cases meas of tie dc\Us. This wa related in my pre:
t fi there burning with ardor for military --.. Gen. McCk'llan surrounded them with five uniesale has every advantage, and not several cases of typhoid fever. by a relative of the afflicted girl, himself -

fame and still more inflamed by the desire regiments. A mclco w ith stones and brick. then. Gen. Magruder mal'chet cloWI deficiunces in this company must. have 1 young nv'l of education and until

y .. to rescue his own loved mother-for such \1o81JQiI! (. bat then commenced and to quell tho i hot with only fifteen hundred. men: and occasioned by so'much sickness. lately :cadet at West Point Of'courEeyou that
,- ed him battle, but he could not be Captain Bright' "K.- can imagine feelings
U him. On o McClellan the order to fire. company
Kentucky to the MUsia8ppi! ] gave The no*animate {be Marlanders. The mokt;
river which sweep Kentucky's Wesleru P&MPHLSTQ, oarUU1.: ; U1G, slaughter is: represented to have: been fear to leave his strong-hold. We'have a passer this company without terrible nnnc that can b conceived will-"
ful. the Liucoluitcs ] ty large force here, but it would it, on its fine military'- be iMted the and
limit the strong points of Hickraan and Columbus Hill IlcuUt, lilaiik Note. Surely, have: commenced upon VII.Jal.
i prudent for me to say low large. and correct discipline, arms.:1' when Maryland is relieved. *Ko quarterwill
the work of blood and
aro ours. In a few days they wouldhave Xjn-lools, :231axi.lJC.ei, carnage: among )
6 themselves.A Legion i is> encamped near us, which I found this company with ,: bogiven by the outraged 'II0pJe The
: been the enemy' From these Padu- Cards &c. knap it Lincoln in bis ter.rorg'vesanother .
barbarian knoV and
fine a body of men as I have seen complete.) I learned that they .
is in
c-ha: forty wiles distant at the mouth of the report circulation that MeClellan: : tuni |to thnsciew II
Tennessee :and which the enemy seized, is Executed ..ith ncatneu end dUjntch tt the office has since been shot and mortally/ wounded), The Cavalry are [particularly fine and by the company) Hav cr a\k and seems to baa much a duty to humanity.a ,
of the "Family Friesi"litr but this! lacks confirwatit'ln.JUdUMlId mounted. They only arrived to day complete. This company is defi amilitltrynecessit that the Conf"Jt'atubouJ
jnttautly: threatened.: Oa the Southeast ,,
:T r.: "eet rewired 1100"" ./< if" ) .sq
marched in amtmition.
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tPhi. 1U1J irrcila In Hontloello, oa- the, of .
SOllirdny September "tilic
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,' 't (' ,\ .. SARAlt ALICE, only Daughter! l of JVf X onfl Theresa M ILL ERSI\ "2 "PHYSICIA9'S CARD

Ne ", I). llfimplirfyVviSed, thre<(yesrs'threo months Paotori;'CommUnion i Merchants an9A1W ,. .'. Cr 'saio.. I ,; .- ; e55ev; tUR d
'V\Tar S. -n
sufferings were short. j "... ( .JL "and Sixty*relof Lnud.lvl'ijt' on':the jWert WMontfcelln \
'mq m, Sept. 30.-0ar forces have ANDRUW .'MlLLEn1 SAVANNAH" fSCfllwAtrta side \7akulfa River, and bOIl 1de.1. on 'th }F.4st 'ElM' rReef ,:J'e"pl'olfnly, 1 ; eaQorJ4cuRE T'I
; i to his ub-
-tij That loved form and ftljmfcaod.tha.V !
once ,noiKjkold dead 'tle
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f, (rom Fall Church Fairfax Each mournful I ILLR, by mm river for: three ipmartetaof I n'tll 'Jtl19w,1f Tlc In the pflfc'foe bt Medijuo ami Surgery In their -

!e.,Qur pickets have been drlv. weep 'pr fartJ.ly,thought ikimfmU empmoveWe tfed j I IIENRT. J. PARRAMORE t ) \\.r"; .-" ,, kinds Umbered of Wood. with T0 Oitk hundred Hickory acres of And till Oil.tract other In various b.rdpKMj.I .** Io"'d'hev it i Jlr.'.A.l'almcr' : (9 :

IT.V'bftCK: there. U ,cvc'indicatiou an And withered all turjjoji )V. M. it-! .'. \ -0 Hammock and Swamp, (sad I U equal Id any hind In "M,>utlc wj8vr1ioi8el88tiJ! I

,' 't'll'; : S 1 J,KlV'ffC BSf Florida! fur the mi-nnf. ,of Sngar (Vino, obar.mCotton Jj ..n..G."V..JOItD.\N, '
Ocn. Wisri, frho has arrived here from lion iatflet M J3akcrLak.Ity, Florida, amid Corn. ""A 'ron* revenue 14 Also 1 yleldJfront NervousHeadaehefiSSto
'Western. that'An ufii lnt John R Kq Hamilton, Florida, the al6f vroo-l IniunoT* A-ndliufWood t. II.SlnD.OVED TO THE TOWN OF MOSTI-. .
'Virginia, reports ciigaiii- Stfler. t Pnottoa of medIcine.Often .
Hon II Ihomagvllle Georgia, '
which I
four dot
) the shipping hi St iliii-k, (of g<4 .
:mcnt \VM progressing Wednesday : I Hon J L 8 wllrd. I I L it 811M' ilotol. .
Ji lars cord.. .1 liaVuft )V .I Ijinilingnd it the J 'l I
twef1' Lee_and Itoscncrahlz" at Big SowallMountain. AteSnlt,1I1s4.-- "" .. Landing!per a FUh Yittd, here >, every fair day flili of :AIlali" .11i.j 1800"" ', -- gtn. \ .-
:, Rf. Vtf Ir? uthorlzlto announce SAMUEL B. k, M.l E Parrnmore, Qtittmnn, ,'' *y( kind can 1)& taught: and In tho running ten' \.1g'eada'
r .4' 3TEWIEN8 a cnndiJato tot flertlon for boTlcitor 11' Florida every "1; !rsuvILLEE, '
HiCHJlosb 29.--t-art who arrived re J Carawrty.Smlth .lMniHson, ,: Mullet III great abundance/ ,
ept. cs of tho JI'uMla' JiiJicml.tjirapjtnt i ',the. election tn .A M Cascn -5' J! 4 Ion (' 'cb rj:2 '
Tlio Lauds lmv lictllhr tlbJr't"U'
.I Pine n growth ,
1ieVe Ir6m New }ork. c.doy stato that October next. v E pines lQJ : U.
I Vann, T. ,
:.l and may bo 11 orked a* a tnrpennno ftinn-it being bjU
the expcdit'roh bofftVo all ded to1 is 'm I (
naral! bimcon Smith, liq Valdosta, Georgia only two mile) and a half from .IL'lt.Walker'* Turpentine uIflCg. ).f4,' vokup&TT1LTJPRCTCE j, ;
An engagftncut Ook place lm Weilnes-, tT".i' are nuIlmorzent )*nnouli Mr. F. B. ,Mcn "DickInson &r rramore.Midlson1":1! There I Is also n new source ot profit Jn,t oiwnort. t I hsst' .tiJuli porttl'M ForIJ. 1.tfy'Junq89thtS6lk. .J
day between our batteries and the enemies :1I1'Tr. 118, n eatuhiteto] rcprosontMM,llo and ,August 24th. ISO 1 !. : and hleli will tnnke thi the most valuable nines In of 4kM 'IitHy'. fly tie, me ot thcte Pills timd periodic! >attacks. oi .
West FlurMa .
thojlvst Confederate Conjfrw.J9" 'W kull.\.' 'Ih-feMotbf l HnxaiH rndo' 1stl'alti, .jYirrott lick if '
vessels off' Efansporl on thc Potomac or HeaJatht may be prevented; attJ t
: W" ate! rt"iile.tod to I lil u jt.'J.\MES JN"6tic akcaat the Immediate
Hiver, abo i'e\Aequia Creek. The enemy t, MO :LEYonla.'lIQn.' a, ftcundMute! lor Ilcpircsintlv might make bmiilretlg, dollars on Water'mellonis, commencement of an attack -
haulcd'off-'with two .their steamers crip i to ttrtConsr! M of tb'l Confed rata States, Call and Settle IViu-lioK,
  • . TlieM Is no bettor land; lu Ihd. worth r3* nuJ.-i r mil1 1?."rnn'trnl'l,lorldrt) will relief fr.'nr:iln all.1tekne81. will be obtained. ,

    pled. 'Ai* from'h'\-cater Division of t1i, tnto: JOHN8( N, BIRD A CO. have placed ,for" production of them fruits continue LI'q' Prnctio{f>[ Medicine In hit Ace; itnd They ftJdoui fait in r mo\-lug the XauMft and

    MOB1L1.,"Sept. 2 Passengers from Col.umbni to Rnnoiuipo. Cnpt Tl. B l'1 IER. bend.nil the Notes anti account bO :''Tlia tn\ff<; U InoxhniiHllhla fur hinge unit cattle.- Chronic I1lstJll.I'A t'. Hit 111'1 b'* found i\t" all lour*, Ucndache to which female are M subject..:' '
    'hl n cnndlJntc to the the Scconi! longing collection nlll There Is a rough fnrnlioiwe on tho |>lnoc, kitchen, when not f rf**))0nalll\<*be6nt, "thlireiildeneeon! '
    1il s.mOI' ling briii<f tha Publlo Suture] Vfttt They act gently upon Ih* bowcK .j -

    Gen. Johnston has received by special ex reiterate States., early day, and settle the lej; indebted. Then, in nbui on this place. it cumuli Vineyard, oT Cu). Blflokbni ll llolel.1"Fcbrttnryl8tM890.'jj, : Tor Literary men Stndcnt, Duliualtl'IJAIl"w J'

    press from Padncah, a copy pT the J5t. LquisJiepullitnn ; :*tS7" We are aathortzod( to nonoiinco'F L 'VII,* b nc"unt will cull atthestoro of Johnson, McCunnit \vhlch bore nbundnutly the second your" I biiicve ltyA all persons ot .t lentary habits they "are 'valuable) !

    .. giviuga full' accoun(of tlie recent -, LlIGUZ.! of Leon Count,'a candiJulo .to R< pre' ) and settle hyn.to'or money. JromptnttllUon for (Ihe culture of grdpe. nud wino uniklng. ,'no couu-. I ; ; .' C.1t(' UlU;JI,H. 14I r"'Islth'e.llI1provln?the' appetite, gIving tone -
    battlo at Lcxiuglot}, It'ataill that tnt District of Florida the First Confederate Is respectfully requested, as tho try cnn Inll'plls-It.. and vtgor'tuth digestive orgl\ tc "and 're lorlr.g' .
    th 'r
    anxious to arrange their business In tome sail-facto Till* \alunblu, tract of land In now under lie control n 0 ir ca d P4J1R tf:.:feu. ,Y'S.I c I.\.N
    Pricc "with 18,000 attacked Congress. the AiitiiUl .
    flen. 'uf( tW
    men, iblo tab! firm beendiisulvcd Walker elasticity strength iyettaifTho $
    ry manner,a soon ati po' lmIng ot Jurist D, T. and Jbijor John. Itctird :
    Lexington, )[\, on.tho 18tlj' iust., when 'For Judge.or'iobate; by the nith<1ia\valof Hen. I). B. liird.- who will rOI'I'.ocl" title should a purchaser: pr ent ..M'ltlcli; ; l CKPIIAUC: PILLS are the result of long Inrmtlgntvniand .

    "Ool. Mulligan with 5,000 was strongly for t The frlcndsof J. B. COLmStako) plo ure W.I1I' therefore nil iiiterested will call tinmedl- himself on reasonable.tcinm.' ;. 30\114\ ; ,18JU1"apq'1y". carefully conducted' experiment! '
    tified. 4 Alter llirco days fighting or wigo In make.the neecsuiry arrangement, N \VALKCR. having been In use which Ulnn
    announcing liiut n Canilktnbi"' for; Jiidg of. Pro k'Dt'Hlohcr& Scott many yenn, duitng ,-

    W. S. 1LWORTH. P; 8.-1 will with desirous I of .
    Illio.'Yllukees surrendered with!) their nvrm, bate of JefTcrton county/nt theeleutlon t be 'licit, ] :: Law. < co examine nny ono purchasing p ",1oicELLoioaITA- they. I have prevented. and relieved n'vast amount of '.
    | tune the
    .' rny 4,18tl. I] Alfj-nt ,nt any to place. ,
    amuuition, rvrtijlcry :and $2oOOO: ( in D >etie in October next. 11 et and 9ufi! > fiom Ileo.l:1ulhlt '
    ] Study }"01.,1. FIll., Nor. 2,1. 1840.' 41-tfti r"hii IVofeWonft IK citizen {pale I.I\lg : originating
    ot't Service l
    which had from VTe. nuthorlzcJ to M. t < "
    been stolen the nnnonnco
    by Mulligai')
    I lit, the traIn -
    tr. nervous system or a derusagedetat.
    If Fresh Lime.
    MuntlOllIo ( -
    ii enIIJi.IRt.fur re cloclion to tiLe : of tl9 ot"UY: ,
    Banks.. Gen. Price .d 1 bales'II' SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS '
    us hemp a Judge rrobnie Jcffcfwn at tha March: 1.' 1 1:1. f\ '. 8m of the ttomauh. ?
    moving battery,'thereby cutting tho enemy County. cue,, -rimusiiKD nv- "
    tion In October ncvt.VOK Made in Jefferson County Flail r They are ontiruly Tcgotablo In their composition -
    olF from tho ri\'cr.: 'Van. it"DlhTorah, '
    retreatby ,, THEODORE. BLOI \.. T. TllOilTSON(. Editor, and may betAken at all time wIth! perfect safety

    The ,KeputiHcan says: the Yankoe loss CLKHK OK Tlltf COURT.: Tie ntuVr'igni'd; Vcep cnn-li\ntly on haul large ,- A T'rO. ny rA.k; "co SEr.Lon ATthoOo'urtJiof LAW, without, malclos any change of diet" all' the &b",

    was CO killed and J.00 wounded'Gen.'I'iicc'* r- We are anthoilzed toannounce, ''IO( ISf1DOX <|nniilUies of Tn-Kh Lhumr. utuil will formil, t'I' .amoier taryeil flatly. Cirnilafton! Iht State / feorgia ?.3fitZCd&), FlorM? (,, scnco of any disagreeable taste. readers U easy Iff
    los several ''fhe *, us a Candidate for Clerk of tho '
    hl.mrJrcII.- 'l'rivnll's'ero Railroad to necculblo! on ,
    | any point veryjeajlonable ; \ flat n.idleC1r' administer, them to ehlldron.! .
    released on 'arofc, 'Tho'ofiiocrs were detained Jeersn County at the election In October temiuI'I' 'J"ily.lf'JI'ninrf XC'f8' il per himnm In advance.Jrt 'Vli.Tp c
    for ietn1iatioimiacae Gen. Fremont IfXI 'I I Any onlcrnddivweil" t Ii ,ntMonliccllo. ,, Forl.I.I.1 \W\ tclilfl Morning; A'evipnblMiud, every Mon- oreiorldn. ndlnth ;DUtrlet,Court,of ,. BEWAP.r. OF COUXTEnFEtTSt I -
    : tWesreau&hnt'iilti, EL. u. receive prompt ntl- utl.n. .1",'. Wednesday und Friday, at }l per nnnuin. thoVimittid 8ttci .i 'lf .: ., gt-nulnehave! ttv denature *.of Henry O. Spatd- .;
    'niiilet takes to (':carry out his threats. DCSjiatcht" I 1s'"ii n tiinditnte for, Clerk
    from Qiiiucy llliiiom state that 2,- ilcffor. m C'luntyitt the elcullon t< b bad in October -I, Februhry' Ithl 186!. I 82tf'illustcr' per- u\nlllll.- ulwn'lln chant '. ('. (.. ElitsATTO .. ." Still by Druggist nn..] nil other Dealers In medl- "J; }
    000) ollhij prisoiifr, tid.nrii\i there. n,\t. 'TO AIIVKRTI4RR4.Th ; o.) ; \ I
    Advices the 2Tthj.: from JJeoNtcamp, .Jciuieiitzi1 Large s Clrunlnllon of (lie ,"MorningXews"Inboth flNJY' A4d COL':SBUOR AT L ".I olncA, box .will be sent by maul! prepaid.

    state tbnt the; ciiomy are in sight both }''Ol SIIKltlFF.Aii(1imbi .. city tutu countrv ''n cetpt of tho ',
    armies tlae'fiwe mountain but We are ( >i.I'l 16 annonnco' .VALEN'. 1 -ANlB.AD3 )- It i* I''iii hy circulation Mug linger than list of any -'.t 3E"sloo Z:1'oonfs. i.1'1;--1'1
    lieing on
    TIYI CT.K.M I Candidate, paper In tinStjitij-rendi'M, It tho host po..lI.I.m" 'Atrill21s5a.I f ly"KuH.ell "
    lS a ,fur of .Kllcr- : All orders thould be addre od trt -
    I1Hrlf. .GU. }!
    iikirmiKhing only is gonijf'oti.President SAn County.at the election to be'', October iliiini for nil lho<* who wish to make thi-ir business .".' '
    hl. .V {'.'cle'r HEXJIY 0."SPALDING
    Davis"haH not yet returned net ,- MiERl': *'il'Ie\\\ :: ReKlmcntil Mister;the And wniiU know n to th > pnMlt In a way which will f Z-W.s. ? J ,

    fiom M\nnsnaJ.: v' ( WW firs nthni1t .l and rooiieitcd to Announce JL "Co ,Homo. Giumur1Cginpmtuuies": Insure time mail pronipt' and proliUibln' return ttorneys at Lam d ft {Solicitors{ in Chatfiery s.a l.i'i 48 Cedar Street,. Ncw-Yorki. .t.: ,

    The .Fedora's. ,! now ccrnpyJIiinson'sIIill.Voman's T(. IU:1 a Candidate for Mioitir of Jol; <'r- '" September 8h.l 1 18lil). 30-lf i- _' '.\,..\ ASSECJF&I}IHA, : \
    ....._ 4ttIt.ZIO15CAflVClt. > '
    October ntvt.CAXIIIPA1S i 1tP
    ( Qlcctlollu THE NEWSrAl'lm OF. TUB SOUTLTime ; Iltruitlei" 'In the 'tnprcl1l"% /ourt 0 tho TilE FOLLOWING ENDO EilEJTTS OFr&m /
    tt Devotion. in Thomas, County, on Thursday, tl'$10tl' ff' TV, Stalo. In the United Stntes District I'ourtleith ;
    } Ooorlln.
    : l'
    l: C
    S A correspondent of the Mobile Jieylnter, 'ltt.u.C I 1OR.t .luy of October : Jlomo (JIUJ'll rl Xorthoni District) of Florid i, and In tho Clr @9 ;

    wilt ing from Waiington, FloiiJa, relates ,Mr. DAV1IWAtTELt I is rc'p*otfullv an- ppcittfiilly liivltt-d\ to attend.There ; CharLeston Ifcrrtirf null Court of th j Middlu and Western C'lreultn. ,
    A a candidate to* tlw .AkettTix.&i11rtortif will be prepared Bni-laete--nn.1, ft t37 Oftlei5 In trie State Capitol, opposIte" the At. '
    general nnd, rvlinblo
    1 Cie latest
    II the tullowing aOfcctiug incident : Jelfer ln\lttilh Is hereby .1 to all, amid OO.l'r.I..oml..*
    exlel.I e"peo- lopuey
    merelnl nnd from nil
    A woman in is ram avis a sight October net. FEICSIW.KEtMMKXT gcni-ml new, pnl'tfiyf ,
    camp a .AX\ ally to tho Ladiea.fc 1IIOMAS n.\J."ZI; .. A. J. rEELEF' If6 sa- S a
    furnlnli Mill
    'p?)od fur pore eyes. They are like attgels': J. B. KVER1TT" Its Fpeelnl e.uurcspeuideuul.a, ky Late CiiTfJuustiee S. C. ., WILL CONVI.VCK ALL WHO SCTTKB rr.oit
    -- full und 'nl'l neeonntnof
    ly tvrtliliijt '
    \isit "few and I f.ir: between." Ifowe\cr, W. I. lllliU.c. 6nI'Nleg\'lll'llo|f lu the great cities of Europe Nov. omter Slh.JSOO I S3.ly
    1 h.ive, tlc\'ornltimc 'seen one lately, and, .' } ) : a Yorxo.DAXILL aid .Ami'ilen'" "". .1S2 'II.E A nA ftIt .

    .*ho comes'upon a most pamlul atul sorrow .aVCtI\t-c1r.\ Coiiiinittce of lcXTYIE. \U 17.CH" .!/ '(fit South rtetittt, 8pciCl'J.ffliQLI( ( ;** it'1'E OF FLORIDA.I'roclarnntioii ,;

    tnt ftijssioii-to two a brother who) i is under -. Septenubcr 21,'186 I. 32 2t 1'iililli'ftlly tie, Mffntry rl'l.rl'8Cntllt'"rIiIRte.|. .

    f-i'iitauce, : death 'for striking an otllccr.JIti ( IJlifhti r.' I"I'l1Icn, 1.I..n"'lItlInJ advocates the untun klo .THAT A b

    i is U fine looking young man. 'I hare Notice to Ih'htor and Creditor of the S'lIthprllIIIII.'S III maintaining their rights : 1 io ., SPEEDY -
    :i all.1 fUnl.lithln their lepurlty. .AXD'SUUE'CUUE -
    2 ( 4TATE'GUAHDS ) ,
    Iie\'er itncssc'V' scene so ha\'l'owillg to my : I estate of, Paul II. : for Clecttnnat V.tcrtort = #* .
    l>aily Mereuiy 1 )'enr.11I mnnnw .$10 00TiMWcUy 4r- i '
    fueling, so painlii'ly' impressive as the pi'isonxeue )II'ICtltOI.Ol'\( 1801. J f .ALLJ'nUSoXSImM.I.'dlhe; l ; Coiinly. .1'cnol. V&0''Iii' of l>,tltlcnt rind "I( -..rc..l. 13 WITHIN TI1GU 'Ult.c.w. ., : .

    : in \\liich\ nho llrxl met him., I never 'I'II bt Dtittali.in'of Mid Regiment ..1 be corn are hereby notified t"mum.ke ,ui} I".t t to I tlu> iindirBinned .4 oiiaitee ffn't uii/i'D* tfif rails 4i.npnZea the or.Fa.r.lb. dcui'of the CAiitvdcrnto Slalc.t; of :i< ..#.:. fMR. 4 5

    bturd patlius vlocj'teneu l'fll\allo IICIN po ed of thu following CU1lnnlca under ; lind those,'Inning ill l m. ii 'iiinsl till dce ,. n. .}\irrT. Uliiirle.tnnMO h /, Tn'moniat! vert uHsotivtitJ ky:Jff, Sf ailing ,
    'hl' Il'11 voiniimiid of 1.1111 Oolulc E I. .ivd I will 1""lcs&'uit I"el withliilhetlini'prein'iihrdiy !( i t AnicrU-ix mid* ICcprt'sciifatirc. toCoustrc's's. tTtt uii'j'iritttviiabta .. S '
    ( :t I'S'I'C m sent v nfvrJ proof/ ;tjpftafy I
    fll'C teayj. !
    _ _ .
    \as lUmnlii! Cuptuiu L law, Cor this notice ill be ,plead I in bur' ,.C t theirreco.Py. A ( SOUTIIIUX '
    i fop by her a'nd w'?nf tothepiisou. I would OI of Hit If uly tcuutift J'1\ CIi I(.\ItLEV: Adm'x.September .
    ] Traders 11111. In ; ,6
    'o.tuJee. 'W >Y vlrturo! rfnulhoiHr'vested unit by law .
    ntit, for a long timo aimounco\ my arrival, Baker Guardo, Captain John 21, 1811. 32 8t W @ 1 J I. AI"-Oi/'I. iT.UUY, flovrrnor of theSfaU-' V "V-WW1*' -

    .but stood nt a distance: huld in awe by tlio j'oatolher, Sanderson. c of Flofldu.' du I..rely ordcrim election! to bo heM In \I.\sos\'JU.F.; 'Coxx.;Feb. S.-1861.; 1.

    singular scene. In the .dim )1i.Jt'i ot (lie, Yew Uiver Oimri's. Captain W J ],Jre\'aU. iVotice.FOUR O N nrnlmntlst I June next thu Oeorirl.iS'nekly thaPi, oral" counties of MI.I) State on W1-hSElAY-: : Sl'ALlIIXl 1 wV.* ,'
    'rel.'gruu i.im nillhe I .uularged. to i.i1tccl
    ii-on, she was Iniecling herbiothrraud, Po.t"tee, J.ke Butler. patfe theuth; ..111Or XUE11BIm'l'r, 111I0. for funr Hh-v ; IK :
    j "coluiniiK tho t > r.-ti-4.,> r
    In t
    00 iile It
    Xiietu: WEEKS after date I will apply to the ii!'jre! ; iniiklni otto :
    )uttering such a praver: ) as I never. Iu.ard b'j J"I&GulrJ.Cupt"II. Calli-han Wll.lrt I ".. .1 hIgh' of I'loliiit'i fur Jelfvi'non e""l1tr"l'lIlI..r.lpr y, of tin! Ihrifcn piijiern !In thu.world. prcwnting u ton, for 1'reMdent America mid, Vleu-I'renlilciit Also thu, of tho Confcd- I have tried! your Ci-phalio ,rill, '(\\/
    -fore. A friend, ) nnd rcln.tiv i'obt"lel' 6.1Ilil' pui'fei .f fews,' r.lgut and dnincAlii', AH ratff hUtci on name day nn like them ,,; 1cdlth\t I want to 'sen -
    ,occompiuifdher The 2nd Bat' ami, to, him I at last announced, I1Ir c1t. bit In't ComiTnuies, cl.ler\\11t.o th. command of Collowllll .1'IIe"lheJ real extiitcLul' .No.5 nf A. l>en- well n< ii 1 1l1'; !" tund mlHi'elliini'ouri, mntti-r. Tlili or the RII aniiea River eompontn! the unit Con r.'*- mu tun dollars worth more. _

    lImit{ it was Ion! bi-loro ho, could. talk cohorttly. A I' )I.oly: .MaJol' bnlll'l muldi thou to tho town of Motiticello, contain- 11I111IIIII"ctsh.t! | !, will lie. |inblUhiid'.. fur Two ]MIus hlllllnll1l..lrI1.t. fur one 1"l'recllllltlve: to represent I'art ol tliest ,ur' for tho'tlOillbors, to .
    I III ndvauun IIlwn .
    .- "My God. and this .u war!'.' was Ancilli Guard, Captain WlllUm nailer,jr.. J leg> .<.ant 1 ph II and it he.ahulf l.iteof ncri Hei'iiaiuhi., belonging county to .t Iht doceapcd.titdd lid us,.-ofo l'nr per tho II 1111 Iiitr'st luau, new,.procure tho MAC0X rt.tl l.Y mild Di. iiet in the fist. ,, COIIRMM .of t'oiifidi'intflSta hum I gnvu.' \ few out-of ti!
    Jiis, reiterated xclamation.. ,' 1'mtoflioe, hllllefll'. to make diftribntiun im >mr mid lull. TEJ.I (tl'H, "hleh will tile. lie ('1111'(1"1., Vri." (<- of Alu'rlea.I 011 thin"ini" IIn'hII..n get fiom )'1111. ita, -
    lhl $SlainVe of thuSuwannue
    His sisicr: Ind hurried to *oo him at the Shell Point Hungers, Captain[ C Lil! f.J.1Z.LU, Oimrdiiin. ;dp.; BdiUreu orders, enelonlng, money, to thegKnTvtoiaidi to bo <1011.1 KivereompiirtujtheiieeoiidCoif3t the countiiof I I Suml tio) l'iIIs1.y mail, tutu oblige, :, _
    : |
    1'ostotllce, !he\l'.int ISAAC TOWXSiXl I: >, .\o lll. < ()HHce. Miieon.' Your ob't '
    first notice ot his sitimlion She lus laboredfor to 'tail Dintrlct
    Orange Creek flu'jrJj liUtrlet niie' lleprenentiitivo rcpewnt -
    .. Jfu'ort, April titil,; I ISllO. SC'h'IItr,
    C"lwln-- September Till, I 861, 80 It
    his Falvntkm moral and F]I'iiitunl with In the fir-t Conyryai oflhe I Cuufederale titatcn !
    ) :li-
    the spirit of an angel. ', Sho'obtained a copy Oklas elm llnngcr-ti Cuptnlil J"hl 1earsuui. BtoIIM0NDpE: of Anicrli'i -- t. .
    Application for\ Dfdllrg('. 'fh" .Ttiigj bCrrol OQ throiiijhout tie State are r' S
    ] [ H.\VF. l\v.Feb. ; /
    of l the proceeding yf the Court .Hal.tblalill[ I'o.t.li'e. Oiarge Spring 6,180I/t '
    hereby ordered to take due not leu of i the nbore :
    1'crry Ranges, CnpUiTii .. Jhiill prnoliinml'ion S
    PIXly.TIH after late I l're'lIt fina| tt I'.rSl'\LDISO.[ .5.
    went as fust as could take her" to Hichinond Hul. my .
    ftc.'im ff ilve rise notice nt t tlm nwini''
    ,Lj ]'uitol Try, ccnaiit andouihen.. Adniihintratrix, : ,nf \,\hf\ proper pr4-" "
    tQ gyt pardon: fur.him., The 1'reti i 'I C' duets I III tlii'ircountifvondiielj.itil! I'lei'tlon I In I Dmmaiiner "y It : \'.. tl'' .
    Captain*of 'hport'rurthwlth to .t"t"'oi] Uobert (C. Hunt tile of .TiliiTMHi ('VUII'a.h'nse.l. ? ."J,
    Companies .
    dent was cick but she saw Sectetniy ot the CClllU.lcl'* of their wl r"'r I'uittnlioiH the t., to the Hoii.Jud, ;e 1.1.1'1..11111"| of cullt.ittuiLy ou-NDv preiMTlbciVljy law and! n'aki return of thai "I wish. you'! !to nend me ono more J'OJ;, r-.i. ,

    'War and ho vised) her trfcome buckand: traiitli nl their Compiinle, tl..lollnn clto of tho nn.llIk. to bo ditvhaigcd froiii' ( the udiulhutrationof .- : mime In to llio'nllieeof Whereof I the Secmtnrv 1 1"0 ofMnte herein id I. your Cvphalio; Pilli, II''L'fJ, ,'e"I.1tf'fll&'grfflt '

    got .1 petition lor his pardon. Back ehec.unoaud nnn,nnd quantity of 11.1 camp[eqnlj)>. said lat>. '' hand Teittlinouy! umlenuHiid lit loll afllxed I the ir>*at oeal my ;deal of.ImMjirfrvnt: Mini .: 'h0111'11 -S

    ; with great difficulty got one 1111- UC j.jein tho reception, of BBKI n-Hiit| t td will tLlSABETn HOTST, A.hn'x.3lIr..h [L.S.1' of the htat, of Florida. lnnenttlu \ rcoupctfullv, *,?< -f i;

    '(IIIIoly..igned by otlicc-ts. One iifllcor of forward a" copy. .me at HendCjiiailerOlonfujello.JollX ,t..ItAVaIt.- 1C, 1BI11 1111I' TJIKOM. MASL'FACTOUV OP TVPB !iii the eity of.TullanasMC: : :this ltd dll'l'nJ'llul._ -;Jf ANN STOIICirOUSE.SrnvcE ;im'IAlt

    Jiinh rank refused to sign it. Shu seemed Coon! ,l 2nd Hegiment Stato (iuardn. IDBSSOLUTflOWO il (f '9OjV'SOUTIIERiV lemucr A. Li. 1HOI. ->. .

    much dejected, at this and ;silked me what Oelober 5:ISitl. M.'S. PERRY, CJttl;, IhSTIXll-rll to., PA,, )
    I .
    o ;E> o. at* tjtx 0 1* a la 1 ;t>. Gocrnor of Florida.fly !
    frho hhould,do. I replied, "(5o to him your- SOILS time Ouvm'nor-Attet *' .: January iti, 180hC| .
    }<' 1elta.1J1I1, nnrj he. it ill sign it. I know llra. erflieriii this of I 1"111C"l'lIrl between the iiiidcrHluned, F. I. VILLKI'Kitrr: ; If. C. SI'\U'I-,. ', 11', "
    tQwn Moiitlecllo "\ >tnij(
    that you are irrot-istible! /and no man with a the -i'I'h'ot.er, iiiler the namaaiid stylu of Doil.irO'AYI.oll & tf Secretary ofStstm'.. i illn. _

    heart in Ms body (l\nl':1Y 'no' to you.". I enlored .Llr". .Said\ IHI'2"II.r" I.hl g"V.III.ol.r.llrenl 011 h P.tLM nlt.: It dliukilveil by* ]'. PiilnieiV going* tnVtigiuia SO TII.. OF IJALTIMOIlia September llth, 18H1 81 btSUl'KUIXTKXUK Youf \\-\ll\ iilcniapciuljuo two boxes tT **

    figneii! it nivwlf tgainst my views i of military atxuit 1 hniidii, luau, hum" tear hll.1 I leg, iii Surgeon of the :1I.1 huidil Ke_iiiieiit. your Ce'j.lialiu: Illln. Solid tlieiui niiuceliiiUly. i- 'I

    discipline! :n\n I 'onl.l.hll'e. torts till and I* )K''hl..JI.' nll.l' ': "iil' &wncd for time lastthree The linsolution to tiiLc tllecl, CI'OIlIlho It ot ..laniuiry : ft '. r
    .' ,' r. I.ist past. Dr. Taylor U ailmryc( ,| f i collurt the 4 :., If.ltp.r. ;p'4: .
    nrticcsofw! :") atom rather I han giicvethat I Mill[ fjh' 'tim, ),.IIr. her Jtlhery to mo at : .I.nnI.L\el..nnh due to lIe Into lirm'i; .uIII... TIIK PROPRIETORS of''tlioFoundry chore Respectfully. ynt&rs. jM t -
    nobltj woman by refusing her request, thIs place-Mom t c Indibti-d are earnently to call on hli.i nndpay ; xi\s OFFICE] ) -C 4..J i N 0. n. SIMONS. -'

    She tI01 ply ad> ice, wvnt in person to, therccusant'oflicer JUXDALL tA B"" W 1L.\ : their ,duel .s w' r"/lIc8Ie.1!/ )'. ttiMitowindup hive nlso. v united' with their 1"ttull.ihl.y TALLAHASSEE PEN. & OEO. E. 1.'l'Ai.l.AutAskI h 1\ S.-Ifiave "red OM 1Jw lfVQlJr l l'I --i

    and he Hgnod it. She star. October, 8th, 1861.''. '. SHf ItivbilbtuiMof, tlio firm at an early day. a cuinjileto Jllliu ti 18UJ. ) am/Jittd t/itin txctlknt. .
    .. ; .
    ). w. TAYLOR '.
    ted that samoa d.iy to Richmond again to .

    j.load lor her brother's Hie. J fe was to have Sale: of FtibIicI4iiiIs-- .)rollticdl V,. Augu"' 5lh, 1SC1."T: ). PAI.MIU-'JO.tiiii: Pr.1n."tor'a'. ". O N gee and Trains after Monday ou thu,Load June, *ITlh ill run 1EOO as f..l\o.'s rUMen; HCLLI' YJ.I\"QS', .
    been hot to day at noon. This morning ; .- Ihslt.v: C. Sl'AI-MM!, 11:]. :\ .' -
    an order'came: postponing tho execution Adjacent the Geo. Boimdaiy'Ljne ; )0 110cut 1 Estate Koticc. flNJQN WINU : 1EAVE tun1 ATLaL.Uy.3 l'li no did iiiclosc-1 twenty-five vcvr.t, '

    nfsentance. I look for hc'i. goou aaiti N'jOTICE I.',mly ,n '11 omtFmiIaytlue: 41h ) < ; a, m. Tullulm.c.Monticehi.9.45! ..USt. a.m." for wlile-li'iii'iiil. nio another box of your" .Cisftnlialio .
    S-r \YID .
    tiom Kichrannd.. Heaven her efl'urts. iy oCO.tl.r next, I w.ll .olFcr, for milo lit TEOFlI.01UD.\.l w.U.lmn.\.1 on hand. of furnishing to order artl.eta Tilli.
    speed Jiyftrio 'iiunty.. J r mlni-.tr.itor of the labile liming every TuUdlllll, 11,20 Maik*. .12.30 p.m. They are truly tire lJ J'ilU I .
    She is :u young married, woman ; and lucky publje vaeaiit a"ellol*i'rvey,Ott In)Imi.ls my ottice[iu tha at frutjiuiml TullaluiMee", nil the* of Jtlel! t.Walker. lute of wild count r. de'eeased havinif requisite for a l'riutinj( ,Ulliee M. Mark.. 8 p.m. Talluhn.>a. ",lit A'Jri': ncr trittf.? ''---'/ .

    o i is the man w ho has such a w it... She is indeed ;. ?: long the boundary line bit wcui "vu.11il.h'h filed iu my ollicea written rijcmioii. .! the lusulvency ft Tallahassee 8 ". Ockloekonce Direct '"' A. STOVKU, P.'MJJ'vllv -
    and it' her inbthot, has of thee tiitt) ol saul deeeusedTherefore rnO \ nODIUtTO *. ".11 /I" M.mtiuillo,. ',:) Vernon -
    jewel : any Georgia. which on the bum day January la-t, be- J," /I" Lake City. 1 a. m Wyanelot Co., (). _
    notice I U beijtby given to nil .
    mom like her at hpmel shall and fcco toned to the United State* uf4nurria.i.ramj persons -' '
    go IIII\'lnf elnlintortleuiiindiUjjiilnat said de-ueaned tn at MonJlctUo with Mugellnn to and b
    A'I'CIIC'Undql'- Connecting
    them'when, this war i hi ,over. .1s said land(ereept sh-Nuthuirg uld and) silver re eiliii coin and payment the bill for file them in the office of the Jud.o of I'rolmlu of ., from" lroovervhhie and with the$ t unnait,Albany 11Ivl"ur. .MASS., Deo. 1J, 1800. :

    ;; > y m solvent banks. Minimum 1rieu one dollar and uid. C..unIY..II or before the Hrat duty of Deeembej I'ressType : mini oulr Uailroiid to huvunnah ; lit the U.JxWko- II. SrAUMXii'J'lsq. 4
    TilE NEW .OHLCANp,TfJUTLE.Wo r I twenl- .\'" h pt acre. next a lieu there will baa' pro ruta'di.tril.nt.n! uf nee !\ \Ib.tal to and from Qiilnuv and at t.t.Mumks I :J'winli for soino circulars or large ,1'0'\-" *
    cent the n ."h of safil Muriuised, slitting the irixlitorsthereof whit Stage, .'hlch11I leu\a fur X". port ou -
    ; 1'erinun d f" i.ti1ie.lthat
    lu.iring purchaMare hilly liilK to l'UPf, PilU
    have it stated this'cralt has spee ( Cephalic inotu
    seen and from your k S
    proved Printing Material Vc'utilryNiirtli -
    thin due relite ; and[ at "latch tim* the culi l David Walker any urrivul! of tho cur, and return before the trail)
    a failure, but thu following conveys aJurll..nwnt not to any lun.Ugranted .ill apply tor it Uiichurge from time udminUlratloii furnished %'hen requireil. We can and ,'itmanutacture leave 'Ilrt.icillarly hulbic niy-custornert. If yuuhiivo '
    tl.o ,
    an altogether oifl'erent impression : % bcminarle to JLe r Ktate ( \ lurp"l of S.bvoI.Swamp, sir said estatS. M. 11. STRAIN. ,In Richmond! us good an artIcle, and Tho rejfiilar Slago Line (roam Montleello Trill4eaief'irdrooverili nuytliinjj of the kind, i ploase send to rfiD.4 -
    THE MANASSAS.A aud OverUortcd Land. Olel\.lor. t Jud,:e of Probate. at the Hiino specimen price stacy foundry XoHli >i UKiu the arrival of lliu 7.SO One of my emt..touiiorsmmdmo U sul.ijcclt.f\ -
    We ftfulh- "IItluho
    S HtrOIIA.CORLEV May 2tb.1861. IS 6ui, re

    ; Kcvcre
    well known Mobili: in a letter to the HEXUY L. PKLOCXK t CO. : (usually laatii'g tvi
    Advertised dated New Register of Pnblio Lands T\" refer au extra stage .Ill leavo )(iloiitleello u.ontue slays,) um cured of an aUm-u in hour
    Orleans September INSOLVENT ESTATE NOTICE. 0 you to every Printer iu Richmond Va arrival of the 9,43.1. M.; thus giving fumiliei one
    For the State of
    writes "* W Florida. We also ih'siro every Xewopaper lathe South tocoiy bJoo'r J'iU, uhich'I, sent licr.yprtrc .
    10, : :1- Augst 10 188t. 25-tillOct.4 and parties an opportunity of staging Ju'Iaj'light.'u .. ,
    I went over to Algiers ye&tciday to see STATE OF ) HENRY K1RKLAXD.Ji lulu advertisement for one kionth senitiiij. us > truio will b. run on SlInJ",.. 'U(!1' llfIl1l1 .
    J By order of lib Ex-n-llencf.) the Governor: /fur."n.OItlD.t't'administrator of the fs ono cony of their pViper. und receive their'iy (or C. 'v, W. S"F.S"II't:
    tho.tcamer "JIanabsas, commonly called tbe above sale I postponed upm the Flnt Monday tate of lute uf Jefferson County sndi adverthiemcnt UJMJU pucchatiug five tinna the J1ne IStI,. ISfil, JIJ '.1 a W. B.WIUvES, ---
    the turtle or "the ram," intended to pitch luArtInezt deceased, having, filed in the Probate Ollice a written amount of their bill!! from 1,1". .. :" -

    into Dr. Lincoln's .bikdi '"fleet.< The October :dl.1S- .l: 31 tds iu'i'e( .tion that be believe the ettufe"of tiiiil June IJIhf, 1861, --speo1.n1. No11.o _. u _. -. J C .

    I month her "to up hewas Notice tu lrc- uII'lo' Claimant notice Is hereby1 jfi nn to all persons BOOKS: BOOKS a W' a C2T A s'inpli kvttl or RPALDIXO-S PUEPAREUULUE I
    a to come along" as
    ago A* th havim claim against the said estate to an.1 .oc will! save teu time lu cu.t aiinuully.fl.
    ready for her. My belief when she : rrMIH U a new feature we have Introduced ll Lie the m __,_
    lila the tame with the Judge of Piubiiteof said
    TT\VERY entitled to the right of JL. tnl'lil uf MoulfSello. It U
    "cornea along tho Leafiest frigate in that person rr.mp before the third day of for puJ un",1Ij'h' 181 the ruLer Traits Si'ALDING'S ClLUE '
    _LJ lion to any of the Lands In the County on or February next the pcopltf t..tlClI.1 by urill. fur every work they O 1'UEPAKKD .
    fJe twill have to get out of her way or .hip* adjoliiinslhe Line requIred 5.hen there wilt be a pro'rata elWribulion o(Uie may neud' ; h."f..re we bave brought out a few ruunluy from ttirtummldta41uJjronsoiwill i1--' 3
    ill be hurt. She is ntablUli Georgulonndr funds belonging to taiu entate ainon ol th\ tredi- on.i\ll lIrJ001l11l1U9 tuCedur Keys, arrivingat SPALDING'SrUEPAUEDGLUEr
    somebody w a dangerous : to tbe ImO ald make payment volumes of the StandardV'oi kt of the country, '. 31. 'Ihfiiea t
    toM thereof; ,n.1 atvhieh time the raid Henry 11 1 returciui will lew* Cedar -
    looking crafta solid' mass of wood therefore at my otQ.a InTallahaueo MOOO and as th M. fur
    KirkUnd will apply for lila discharge' from the adluiuUtratiou Key at 4 A 15ronou and J-Vrnundiua SPALDING'S PREP.tIIED
    covered with railroad iron and her whole as prctiLO. after. seeing this notce. and before of said estate. stock. Anioni our lot iim\\b ItaundSiuskesp.urs t1..J.yo GLUELj ;
    lines from which th. 'I.t of April : such w H. STRAIN' Poetical I Works; btrmiien mill t., it Cedar the 4 .4-
    covering arranged in curve claim be M. flviiims PoeticalVorks Key on ollo..lu SAVe.TUB PIECES I '-v--- -
    the,heat iest shot must gtance.*. he has a .i forf.tec HUGH A.CORLEY. :& \':, ;!*?S ('m) .J ud e of Probate. 'Moore'* Poetical Work;.; 'k. i da,.. ECONOMY I x3fe DLSPATCH

    nine inch gun in her bow and the port hole Register of ruble Lands for Florid*. METALiQ Homer' l'uetkat'urk. 4'-. FOR NEW LEANS.: FOIt'KET WEST t1 4ltch In Time Save Kin!" .e1 S :- ;

    closed. I by a< snout like_ looking} shutter. .. Aug. 24. 1861 : -wttiwtdsJTJ. FISKS' jiURIAl CASES, .. Scott's Poetical l Worts; f March April 5i4 U.aud' 23, : :' JliireU 18.April As aei'IdrnU will happen even in well regubit te.1.-
    C."r..I."ct eal Works : :
    union wneaaown completes tho parabolic 1 ; 8and8 (amilie.it U very de.irabl. to ban IUnleche.I'J..1
    COLl S S llUrU..I..t1caIW..rks May 14ud 2>. : My: 4 aa.ll8.
    ; i J euuveuient for
    curve of. her eonfor atjon. Her enginesare ; June Hud 24 way repairunj Furulturr, TovCrockery '
    t Ben Johnsou'. Work; : June 8 and 18.' '
    powerful and with only nine inches of AGE T )'08. ., .- 4; .Thu Pillar cof Ore5" # i July It tat 25, : : July 4111118. I &e5SP.tWINGS PREPARED

    team (>Xe carries 30)) ma.fb eight knots in ALABAMA 'NSUHANCE'COMPANYr *,s,eonstaDtJy on band and for tale by Prltiee the Jt"lIo"David ; Aui 14 ami J8, : : A"u n aad 18, I GLUE .
    ALL V >>.-P h4sn.I8, : : & ,_ meet all BUi-k mergencle, *n4 no household
    an experimental yratf/dav, If one of OF MOJJroOMERY; TllOMA' tlMMOXvMouticello 'j'hmeTbrtiii*'nl hm.tIIAn.1 j ''' III. cj -
    Lincoln's m ] many other work too uumeruu tt mention and Trains, will rijularly"coBn.Jtlc i ) "".OD afford tv bt without it. It 1*always. re Jy4 mad iy e
    ships waits for ner and depend .\r prcpareJ4to tale Fir, Ellis* at the usual rule. Flo., March 22r18e41. ly
    upon her gun* JQ diivo her off he will iink Charter Capital ,,, ,,. ",,.$300,000 With a few of the IIl"aUllt'reotlnil. work of F1C-. Round Trip Ticket frosI2 regular SUtlon can usEj-yt IJT EYERV nousEr *.1'N

    the ship by driving a Uole in her throushHhidtfthorsij I Capital pl.tn..I 130Oii, <> 3STotioo.DURlXOmr TillS> now befjpre the American people. Cull at the be bad reduced rets w.F B-A Brush *tcomj"iite/ gaebbottie. Price

    might be ridcn. If the ,ship E. H. I 0 UIUB. res't. abneuee, >t }Vn
    runs UieJturilcV$ kingle gun.can play upon i March. U41 fly ALKEJ bu.llleulD. Uuiv u'horlZt'.r-reat tutnpsact 4 u M",nttc llo. Oct. 5716, I860. ST-ly April. |8<1. "'- [,Out] Eug. .at Iup'" IIENUY .0.. SPALDING -..

    and} sink faer tnd be herself (bg\v on) iO\'u-1) '_- S1oro fox saib. ; ,0 .any. and*all MY ra'v bt-halt, WALKERApril -. 1 N icc : i Application.4i Discltargo. : No..48.c..1rrst..Se.\"ork. : r

    nerable ti shot. And iftLe Jl eet nth.; 1861. B-tf { _. 't ,:
    daro to stand th'iJstiootiQg or tho butting THE utmierelgati offercforkale... reanas.. A tf t' 11ERSONS brlu ij* W aol U the Fllctttu for the i SIX )!OtftU3 after dllteJ ehanU preaifat my 6 mt C C.\L l'lOt, a
    BRICK }
    mm. Sl-QRr; ( 7 C% O. .j_ I"n..o ,711\tlnc' ttjitmitmifmtcttweJ, must aI1D'suti -.u"b.. ci Ad4i..i t..tr.Jt! uf"h A .
    "lie" certain
    it will have to clear oat and the blo kado and naprtaciplcj persons a r alt..ml'tta
    a"ytnll! .iarvia, recently oeeupied linn their "It'S bratm.IeLba'hmel, Ug. I wul tiUte of tepbva LJ.-utaty, I lute uf Jutfe/xm Caunty the .
    to 1imiltimttaa
    f palm off oa I1D"'I"'IIIf! pvbllo
    broken up. Since her trial trip 1est rday 1Lmrriiug. YeGn tl &hehe., It l ted in &?xandis C OM3iSIONEIt.rur .rth Carolina to take aokuo not be responsible.for any broni'Tit But thin brand d.e aM.l. to the JL>n. Ju.I-. of Prul!'at. of mid of Prepared' Glue 1 ..oul tbe Hurtle has risen greatly in thq esiirai-. eelleot hum..laeMpurthon oftun1 iv &lly | de-I, .lt1 'iuents audproof of Deed and Mor ed. (othuig ""..r oue buutXrcd |I"'C will b ,received Ootuty *ada k to iiUarjc4 from the Adiaiu-i to exuiulue my before purebatUig. sad see that ttm. twtl
    lion of oaral officers. There is no danger sirablepiec*of property for fnrthc* panicuUr* gage* ou Lands admtuliteroulb, or"ffirnllltlon.I for diauufaeturio! iota cloth.J. l.tlonaf Mid E.. I panic 1rSI'"t.liolt' Prepered Ghl.-t1 tua lIme

    in her '\ 'pply to o.. UEPH1X4Moqtie -" ,I 554 takdeji1itluLm sti.I G1LMER. h-iperioWadeot. I J.1. & UOlro-E\. ...... tatiitt wr.i..r, .il OMI'1I are itu'Uhii' .0Ullt.,-
    Uo, Angus 'J, hUh, i if I .FRes1deae.. ltinIo] ru 47 iy Aug-ut II**, 1MX, n 4m ,.,4 U. U51 em i (cuts. ,


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    40aoIca' m <
    ; For Hula.S
    L! A f L T"CD: t.1Ut 'Wile 5-- ::0:0:0:0: : : : : '
    Xr N. a.. MODonalc1. offers fpR,sateFit*
    returned mil ncadi'BlankCards ']f.t :N : ;: : : acres of Land;lying on t
    HAVIMJ to Montlccllo, rMnoctfully ( and bounded< ':nlred
    Biter on, ,"
    / )his .
    services his frlendssnd; the
    publie Zizi.belA :&l .bk.: .
    !Ii lIthe practice of Medicine and their for three quarters a -

    various Montlcello branches.July! SO Residence,1881. at Mr!23-tlj l'IurllerIn*. A.'Palmer's., :tzi '*,. ,CURE, S T 3. CHACE ; wHluOak 1,Tw hundred, 'Hickory1 aerca of and this*11 tract otheflB.leO ...

    Executed with neatness d dlnnafei" ,%t th, office : Swamp,and Is eqnaJ| } to any land 1 U M
    t_. Dr. I?!. O. \V. JORDAN, .0f the "Family Friend". *VPayment the raising of SUgaf Cane Tobacco *W
    I NefvousHeadache ,A great revenue Is also
    HAS REMOVED, for the TO Practice THE TOWN medicine.OF MONTI- W uquireJ.tnoi delivtry tftrtrli.: JEl of wood; I am now tending wood yielded to

    .. August 19" Office 18, at 1800.Blc,.e* Hotel 27rnT..r.CURLEn [p) [}() @'lJ @ ( / rP J .mii4iiir CURE -a; ; S DEALERS -at, I St hate Marks a Wojpd, for which Lnndlng-H I get four at dol-tin

    a Yard, where every fair day; lI.h'ot
    l. .1dA O STAta; vi'tc be _"gMtllnJ! In the,running se*. -
    011.cCOL0RED: 11IOTOGRAI'IISAT. I \ great abundance. V "*e J.., -
    ID (i ratr D TTMOJTTICEJ ...- .'-- i Save a JhMltny growth of pine
    4i' '1 as a turpentine'form.."It being-
    t LO, FLORIDA. Snchc & Potter's "Beada' h and a half from 1L Walker's Tur..

    : "-ITTILT. PRACTICE In a"f ,_ HABDWAR15 ,.*C:,." ;'*8. ? :
    V .* East ann" .. portions' -. :. 1Itxii" a a new Source or profit just opened,
    JimeSOtb' .*' Middle. florida J1U. .ight' the these rind'the attacks ol make this the most Valuable\ \ plane In.
    .'',>- ioOO.; 20-ly( By use 01 periodic :AXou.tlooU.0T.: : ......,...... .... .,.. .... : I refer to the Havana tradevby steam-
    Nervous Of'hC' JleaJaehi may be prevented; a..dlf month. A man ,with small '
    Al.ILIHI! \ lE : furoe,
    ; aken at the commencement of attack immediate' doflart'-ou
    A. 1'cclcr, Iff. !>., an S t hundreds of Water-meltons
    n,. Ilftvlnn remove 1 to Mnntlccllo,Florida, will\ T\TE would respectfully-I'announce: to tIle publloV relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. !' There Is no b'elter.lnnd'In the worlj

    continue the Practice of Medicine In all Aente and T that we have seonred the services ol an eminent I They seldom fail In removing the Nausea and : | lIon of_these frnitAT
    ', Chronic Diseases. lie mny be found at all hours, Colorlstand Portrait Painter. 'Those wishing I Headache which females are so subject., J. CHACE A RONS roe etfmihly Inform the public I is Inexhaustible for hogs and cattle._
    when not professionally absent, nt his residence on lo obtain this much admired and" durable style of BPRIKO A: SU.IIJIKH GOODS, eon ltlog of | l iarm-house on the place, kitchen,
    *i the South-west corner .'f the Publlo Square, West Plctnre have an opportunity afforded them for the They act gently upon the bowels. Our Goods have been carefully selected,and will) be sold \ [ and one negro cabin.
    & of Col. Blackburn's Hotel. hrst time In Tallahassee.' The'inereaalng demandfor For Literary Inen,Student,Delicate Females and .FACTION to the most careful purchaser. We respectfully \ I afto on this place 'A small Vineyard, "
    February 18th, 1860. 1-lyA. this popular style of painting has Induced ns to all persons of sedentary habits they'are valuable It will\ result In our receiving a portion of the custom of the second year.., I believe

    employ an experienced' artist, and We are now Laxative the tone S_ of grape and wlnamaking! no coun- .
    .* C. ITlYCnntft, IU. D. prepared as a ,Improving appetite giving i i e It,*. *e*. .
    to takeAinbrotynetJFetainotypei" and vigor to the digeetlve organs, and restoring tract of land Is now under the con
    ; nOMOJOPATUIO PHYSICIAN Plain Photograph,Lt.. thenatmal elasticity and strength of the system.- OCR STOCK 18 ALL NEW, AlfD OO D.T.Walker and Major JohnUeard

    c Monticello, Florida. iud Photograph PnotographtfPhotographt*,Cabinet Photograph" Oil, Miniature Colon. The CEP IALIO PILLS are the result of long In :id a.c1.1.o .. title should a purchaser present

    ;t July 16, 1859 ap9-ly Photograph i ts'Water Color and yesttgatlon and carefully conducted experiments, terms. N TV. WALKEr.>

    Dr. obert Scott, Photograph '01ICA).cl in India Ink. having been in use many years,during which time SPRING & SUMMER : : ?o wWi any one desirous. of per.-

    ','; JloNTicELLO FLORIDA In fact, wd Are prepared to fill all'orders, of every; they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of time, to examine time place.:

    'tt every description! and warrant satisfaction In every pain< r.1rOfI'ers his Professional Services to the citizens Instance or no charge. ''i Fancy Silks ; ; ;
    of Montlcello and vlelllh)'. ; i If-; in the nervous system.- from a deranged state Jnconcts and !Lawns ; I Plaid ; MORNING NEWS
    ofD ased Persons ,
    March 1. lti Q 6m Daguerreotypes of tho stouiach. Grenadines
    Enlarged to any size, and colored In oil equally as \"They are entirely vegetable In their composition ; Plain ; -PIBLISUZDBT-:
    /, Wm. S. Dilworlli, Bcregcs ; ; BLOW. VT T. THOiirSOy: Editor
    well as from life. ,
    and be
    taken at all times with
    may perfect' safety Linen Goods of (] ;
    : ATTOBNST AND COCNSELtOB AT LAW, Old Paintings Restored ahdC1 caned without making any change of diet, and the absence S ,ti- .- -
    COTTONADKS.. PLAIDS ANn STRIPES, TICK1XO Circulation the State of Georgia;
    Florida '
    .' JMbnticMo- Those wishing Portrait will pleajft leave their of any disagreeable% taste renders- It easy to ? BROWN DOMESTICS. LTNSUf AND .:..:---.t: S _
    :; f\riU*practice in the Courts the MkldleCir- orders soon, ns our Artist will not rennln. during the administer them to c1Jl1 VV cull of Florldnand In the District Court of' hot tlCRlOn. "ft. ;! -S .' BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! \ Morning New,published every Mon .

    : theUnlted States We have-also jnt Introduced a new-and bountiful. The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. Spalding WHOTE: E>3 AMS! )> :!MJ!! : : [ and Krldny.'ot $4 per annum.
    style of oil colored Photographs- called the 1)IAPHfiWryPE
    : March 15,1859. -lyik. .- published every :Saturday: at $2
    -i which are universally admired..,. on each box. Swiss Jaconet Dimity-and Linen Bands ; ; ; .. In advance.- '
    : t.. o. rir ";'<1\ S Views taken In any part' of the country,at'abort Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in medicines. TO ADVERTISERS! S
    ITTOBSET notice. Views of business houses, or'residences, .. A box will be sent by mail re '
    prepaid on
    : ANDCOCNSELLOB AT LAW, Circulation of the "Moraine Ifews"i
    : taken and Colored desired. Size 16 inches. Mantillas Skirts and
    by Hoop
    of the ; and In fBlnllles.-
    ; Molalo nil lzea and cetpt country, especially
    ( Monlu'ettb Florida. Ambrotvpt'sand types, pr1es.! '
    HPrloo: QS oexLts. being larger than.that of any
    I'\ : April 14,1859. ly Call and see Specimens All orders should be addressed to Linen Table Cloths!, Towels, Nap 'ins and Dayh-s; : ; l Htate-jrenders it the best (possible" m"-'-
    who wish to make theII'LIC.lne.w
    1 Baltzcll & Peeler r December 1, 1800. 42-ly HENRY C. SPALDING, Oil Cloth and Tablo Covers, English 5 to th J publ'n In a way which will! ,

    Attorney at law it Solicitors in Chancery WM. :.:. SLITSSER_

    ',t''t \/lLL f T State: practice In the in United the Supreme States District Court o Court the Copper Tin and Sheet-lron-Wares v; oS 'p THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS- 9F OF. THE SOUTIK-

    $; fur the Northern District of Florid I, and In the Cir. ] @(P&bQO[ [ @9@ FTJ1fNIS11ING
    eult Courts of the Middle and Western Circuits. Charleston Mercury
    5 CVOfflce in the State Capitol, opposite'the Attorney
    and most reliable
    t' General's ... \MQ[ : ) DMIJ; !> rPl iilli: @ CEPHALIC, PILLS, general news, from nil llOlItlt'al.of com-tim.. +
    '.. THOMAS BALTZELL. A. J. PEELER. French German,English& American Goods Of every kind, such as! Broad, Cloth, Cassimerc, ,. correspondents furnish by Mail
    Late Chief Justice So Co Shirts and Drawers Scarfs Tics*
    $ House Furnishing Article's of *., Pocket ,full and early, accounts of ever}thliiif
    ,I ? November 8th,1800 39-ly Every Dcscription.a transpires thc great: cities of Eu
    jf Untrimmed Bonnets*, Ilouches, rlca. <

    .: 1 "' &OFFLORJDA.: ; STOVE HEADQUARTERS, .1 Boots and Shoes, of the South rteeictt iptflal attention.' ..
    time theStutet
    A full supply nl wars on hand of COOKINCf?TAIl Jfcrcury represent'
    LOR nnd ROOM StOVES. CooUlna Stoves trimmed ;;: TUAT A YANKEE NOTIONS-!such ns Buttons!, rn\hl! element,and 'advocates the union
    with neatness, and warranted to t'ivoWrfoctsatisf.iction. S Colognes, Hair Oils, Fancy Articles, :States In maintaining, their rights
    They can bu'etiippi-d '*itli safety to security. ,
    S- t. Proclamation for election of KIco of the 1 year, In advance.". ..(10 Ort
    part country" .
    a i ton'of President and Virc-Prvsi- any GARDEN AND FIRE ENGINES. is wiTiiyt..... TIIEIK, REACH. Wood and Willow Ware, H Hardware, Tin y! \ "_ ..;.> 6 Ol>
    aimless the eaih the
    aeeomnanitt orJfr.
    ;Client of the Coiifedornte Slntci of ; --:-:.
    Rotary,!Suction: find Force Pumps, with Kul bcr
    A*tleaoTeefimoni&s ioerImnaolicftedBy Mr SpalJiny NAIL'3. K.-R. RI1ETT Chnrlrston.se
    : !-America and Representative to Hoes attached I, for supplying Plantation Engines ) GLASS WARE SADDLERY,
    4 Congress! '" with Vater,from wclUciittern9,&c. Engine Smoke they ford ungvenlionanle(, proof of ihi effi$1 W> will alw keep on hand General supply of (.iROC OP.EAT. SOtTTHERX. '

    --. vlrtnre tf authority ve.teJ'ln< me- by 'law Stacks, made to order. .? :of thi* trms/yseiemm. ,,:ditcovery.MASONVILLE : Crackers, l'iekles, Preserve,Spire. 1'eppcr, bait: (ringer, I' ;if.
    By I.MADISON8.PEKUY:: Governor of thcState tgp.Sliop Work of every description lone by Cicm Salmon Lolnt"r. Oytursand ::I.1..linoJllln, cam together 1 0 [b W' [ J & [p) [flo
    Florida do hereby onlcrnn election to be held In the very best workmen. All orders promptly attended CONS., Feb. 5, 1801.Mit. 01 !SEUAJIS! ever I.r"t\; \ to Miallvvllo, with any I
    : ; to.Tallahassee. best .I". 1st June next the Georgia Weekly
    .Jtbe several counties of said State on WEDNESDAY Sl'ALDINO. the very crlrtlon
    the 6th day of NOVEMBER, proximo, for four Elee ,February t. 800. My SIR roll Til H l-f.\tTr.U-Wulaayo: laid) In a : ..\ill be enlarged to Eight: page:
    4 r ton for President and Vice-President of the Confed4tata : l37"Foelini{ conlideiitthut! our prices canuot full to giro : *, In the aggregate; making it one
    i; States of Amel'I, Also on the mine day, ai WORK WORK I II I WORK !MI! I have tried your, Ccphalio Pills and I Gire us a trial. 1'l':: papers In the world and[presenting
    election to be held in the comities of this State East like them 80 well that I want you to send April 27th 1861. 87\0.Jy of News, foreign! and domeHtlc, a.jk

    ,' of the Suwannee River,composing the first Congres-! Jordan Fulford, mo two dollars worth more. ..-.' ., ..: fund miscellaneous matter. Thl-
    atonal District, for one Representative to represent Pnrt of those nro for tho neighbors to will\ be published fur Two Dol
    : ,
    4;, G aald District\ in the first Congress of Confederate HOUSE GUILDER M GENERAL whom I gave n few out of the first box Igot t,in news.procurethn Advance always.MACON .DAILY_ .
    States of America. Also nn the name day an election "
    r .
    from .. EXCESLIOR .hlch will ale,,be
    to.be held In the counties of this State West of tin you. ,.. 5 .. I enlarged. PrK-e-
    Send: thc Pills by mail and obligey v orders,enclosing to tin
    Suwannee River,composing I he second Cunr'.lonlll; U OAB.PENTEEI.IO ., money
    AI+ District,for one Hepreaeututh to repencnt"'tld Die.I Your ob't Servant: .w Wn5Wflwn5S { Office Macon.
    :\ TrCELTO . FLORIDA. 2Hth 18110.\
    , 'Z trlct in the first Congress of the. Court-derate'States JAMES KENNEDY. q.M.q
    e .- >ofAmerlea.S. I would most respectfully inform the public that I860. ,
    S '.The Judges of Pro hate throughout the State are hive for the year 1861- -- -
    hereby ordered to take due notice of the above proc 'IhvERFORD', PA., Feb. 6, 180..1.
    *. lamatfon-give the proper notice nt the ,several: pre. Employed a number hands, Mr. Sr.vi.niso. 4
    clncti In theireountics.conducttaid election in the for the purpose of carrying' the House Building Sm: 1'i!
    4 manner prescribed by law and rake returns of the and General Carpenter* business, on a large scale. I I WS1m you to send mo one more box of J T S. OUNDt V

    aamsto In Testimony theofficcof the Whereof Secretary I have of hereto t.nte. set my Substantial Any work entrusted to me will be 'd Neat and with
    S S- hand and caused! to be affixed the !great seal Dispatch, deal. lentfitfrom them. ,' IF" ...
    .4 {L.S.1 of the State of Florida. Pone at the CaiiitolIn nnd I will guarantee to gin satisfaction in every Yours, respectfully!) 4MAUY > HAS .
    ;: thaelty Tallahassee this Dthdayof September instance.. I have incurred a heavy expense by the ANN Sl'OIKIIOUSE. .\' ktNfl'ACTORTOF, TYPE
    "S S A.D.1861. hire of hands, and consequently am In hopes a lib. ..
    S M. S. PERRY, era) public will extend to me a share of patronage.I .
    S Governor Florida. will contract for work in any portion of Jefferson SPRUCE- ClCEEE,IIU TIXGTON Co.;PA,, )i [" Lii1MBRAOING' JH ...

    -.5 By the Govsnor-Attest: sir adjoining counties, and will do It on as fair January 1B, 1861 J f SOIL
    S y. L.VILLEPIGUE. and lihcral terms as any one can possibly do. II.: C. SpAtDixo.
    S Secretary State. Pi-nous. at a distance wishing Houses built, repairing SIR: : ALL TIlE
    0 eptemberl4th. 1861. 31 8t or any description of work in my line, canKil.lrea You will send two boxes of v S +
    please' mo
    :Monticello Florida and
    ma at they will receive OF BALTIMORE.

    S : .__B__ prompt attention. JORDAN FULFORT). your ately.Cephalio, Pills. Send. them immcdi @}tt 1111t1 .

    P. S.-I have also hired an excellent well-digger '"" Respectfully yours! ; *

    :$.. SUPERINTENDENT'OIFICF4t/: !: ) and would therefore be happy to receive orders to JNO. B. SIMONS. of .tho al.ove
    nil Clean or Repair Wells. J. F.
    :TALLAHASSEE PEN. & GEO.! K. B. hi P. S.---I have Used box OfVQIi/'Pills : also unitc \\itlijbuir Fouu-,
    ., .* January 6th, 1801. 47-tf eye :: : : : :::): :
    TALLAHASSEE, June 8 i,, 1861.fl .) I andjind them excellent. ". ]eto
    Hand after Monday,June 17th, 18110 Passcn : AS'WELL4AS. HIS USUAL
    O I ger Trains, on this Uoud,will run as follows: The Best And Most! direct Route, BELLE VERNON,OHIO, Jan. 15. 1801. :Prl.n'tor's:


    S Lake City...... a. M'ntlct'lIo..9..5a.m., 5. Please find inclosed twenty-five cents!!, D M@3 \\fflrniHI\oU; \ ) lli:
    I m.1 Tallahassee,.,.11 THE: UNDERSIGNED: HAS PLACED A DAILY for which send mo another box of your Cephalic CLOTHING BOOts AND *. 5
    t Tallahassee, JJ,20" St.Msuks..12,60p.m., Line of tiNt elnnsSix horses Coaches on the route 5-
    ft. Marks.. 3 p.m. Tnilaha'se.., 4,30 between QUITMAN (the present terminus of the Pills. Tliey are truly the best Pills ,or furnishing to order, every art!
    r Tallahassee, 6 OckUiekonce-! B Savnnnah ilnio Trunk lt ilroud.) and MOIITI have ever tried. a Printing Office.
    .. Ii" :Moutieello.. 7,80 CELLO I These Coaches run loss to connect with Direct A. STOVER, P. 1\[. HARDWARE CROCKERY '"

    t :. u Ii" Lake City.... 1 a. in. time Cars on both the Georgia and Florida Railroad. Belle Vcrnon, Wyandot Co., O. w m5ntSr_ : HODIIN
    It i 18 the Shortest and Most Direct route for traveler _
    t at :Montlcello wIth to anc
    4 : # from Connecting and with! the SJl"aU1uahlI.on Stagollne fiom Savannah St. Mark k&e. These Goods are as GOOD I2f Q *
    :' }. Perrons leaving Montlcello at 7 o'clock in the ev BEVEULT, MASS., Dec. 11, 1860. -TO A-
    .7 ..' and Gulf Railroad to Savannah; at the Oekloekonee cuing n ill reach: Savannah at 1 o'clock next day. I II. C. SPALDIXO' Esq.I LOW IN PRICE, as: can be obtained at ; .
    S River ithStage to and from Qniney and tit St.
    Marks with Stage which will leave for Se\\'pol.t on L. IL :MATTAlR. wish for some circulars or ]largo show all articles not as represented can be Under Press !.
    S October 27th. 1860. 37-2 tfE1aLe .. '
    S arrival of the cars aud return before tho train bills, to bring your Ccphalio Pills morepArticuaviy Montlcello, October IS, 1800. ,
    S leave S before my customers.; If Printing Material from any Foundry
    -; The reularStago# Line from :Moutieello \wil : :2rt.oa.c3L Tb.1.s. havp of tho kind you when required.. We can and wilt
    anything ,plelSesencl to me
    S : leave for Grooverille ppon tho arrival of the 7.30( in Richmond as good an article, and
    .5 5 P. M train; but when as many nseix:offer for Groo- The Great Southern Saratoga { One of my customers, who is subject to prices, anany Foundry Xorth.
    ,S : It versvllle an extra stage will leave Mouticello upon severe Sick Headache, (usually ]lasting two solicit the patronage of the South.: .
    the arrival of the9.45A. M.; thus giving families THE WHITE days,) tea cured of an attack in one hour 1 S 60. Fall aIld vVint HENRY L PELOUZE Ji CO.
    : and parties an opportunity staging in daylight.No Pills which I her. to evory Printer Jlichmond. Va.
    by sent
    : train will be run ou Sunday (!!J Li[ [ !! lP&O[ @ your-Respectfully, .,. 'eolevery Newspaper In the South to
    C. T. V. .RYF.\?, Sup't. your (' for one month, sending us
    June 15th 1881. 18 U fiituateil ul :h* Junction of Koeky and FlnhoUoieay W. B. WILKES.. paper, and receive their pay for
    ('..eth, i.. Taylor County, t'lur'ula i. tyualleJliyfeir J. M.\ & W. P.mpaffi 'mcnt upon purchasing five times the

    ; S Speo1.a1 :KTotioo.ON \Ii'atersiam.tumamernS1akaapoal, andiurnauejty none ofthtJliueral '. ,- 1861.'lltrom:" us.

    Chronicnr Xtnout D'mattt,General tST A Dingle bottle SPALtHNG'S!' PREPARED
    Ss. :! Uebllity. liypeptia, dl"UE -,. GLUE,; will euro! ten times Us cost annually ] [Q)[ & (Efl! I BOOKS _
    S the siibwribcr! is running a introduced in the
    and after March 23,1861, regular Train ; feature we have
    now running from FeruanJina to llrouauu ble Two llurse_or.,.. SPALDINO'S PTJEPARED: GLUE I Monticello. It is inconvenient for
    S S to Cedar hock from !Matloii Xo. 5. on the .._L york
    will on Satardacollth\ue Keys, arrh'illgat ; I AE 1ntS send by mail for every they
    S 11 1*. M. Thence returning will leave CedarS IVnsaeolu! it Georgia( Railroad, to Hiul bpriug, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! <& we have brought out A few
    _ Key at 4 A.M., for Brouson au 1 Venmujina, on t ice a week IIIlttlnlC time train ou Munday and Standard, Wj>rk* of the country
    : :)1onmLiyS .. I Thursday evenings, and will take pussongerito his SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! case may demand will Inyeaaa our .
    Steamers will be at Cedar Keys on the following house vlx 1111,801th..lr way, entertain them for / __ CLOTHING our lot may be found
    Jay.. the night and carry them through to the Springson Poetical Works
    S thu next day; returning on Wednesdays and S .
    ,"on'RW ORLEANS. FOR KEY WEST, Saturday II, would respectfully solicit a liberal ECONOMY! ., )PI3PATC11! Works;
    L. March 28, :: March 18. .._ patrono (.>. Fare through 15,00. ,C3T"A Stitch In Tune Saves 1'\lnel"! ..1 Hardware Gro '. Poetical' Works Works;
    S April 14 and 28,' : : April 'Sand 18k E. E. BARCLAY A*accidents ,,ill happen, even In well regulated Poetical Works I
    May 14 and 28, : : May 4 and J 8, > Jane 15th. 1801 8m families i i.< very: desirable to hare some cheap and .. Poetical Works; '
    I June 14 and 28. : : Juue Saudis, courenlentoy for repairing, Furniture. Toys HATS, .BON "TSJrPLA1"TATION ( ., ,.
    ibm's! Poetical Works
    .5... July 14 and 28. : : July 4 and 18, 1'airVaruIiii; I Crockery., : Johnson's ;
    Ben Work
    1 Aug. 14 and 28. : : August 8 ADd J8, arc hereby forewarned against; cutting 6PALDIXG-3 PREPARED GLUE' ;
    Thd Pillar of Fire
    S. Sept. 14and28, : : bept.,; 4andJ8, PERSONS tr""p".ln.t upon the tract of laud 1U o u.t i cello '
    _ _- S slid Trains will regularly connect, leaving Brunson known a*the ('W lL-r Mate." I am determine! I I meets all such emergencIes, and no household eon FHnce of the\ House of Do viol;
    ffurd to be without it. It U The Throne l>avid
    sad Cedar Ken a*above. to and found always ready, up ;
    prosecute any every person t""lw"Iiillg
    | !
    to the sticking too numerous tojnentioa
    S Bound Trip Ticket from all regular Stationi can upon said laudt You must not exwittu| gvt wood point.15."USEFULIe *f We take
    : pleasure announcing to our friends, = -
    be bad at reduced rate without paying for it. if M. 1C. WALE Li'. EVERY IIOUSEP! TOGETHER!: S
    S S J. K. LARKIX, :March 16th. 1861. IitfJE'VELHYI N B-A Brash accompanies e""hJottle.. Price that we are now. receiving our !Stock of the ipost interesting works of FIC
    April 1861. [Owl] Eng. 0 T. J. CIIACE 41iOS3,
    S : ATTACHMENT NOTICE., JEWELRY *HENRY C. SPALDING. W rk" Affi wmi [ O.t. Tth., I860. .. 3.Iy -
    Of court a store would b. eoutidered Ineom(0tft )-o: 48 Cedar St., New York.CAUTION. .
    ._ Jobnton Bird & Co. ) In Jefferson/ Circuit Court. ". ( without this injlspeiisabla! requl. I r .. STABLEACCO UNTS.

    r VS. J sum.worete..p349" 70ThomasF.McC.11 Srite to Lady's,) or Gentleman's dress, so we S .* Whi b hue been tielerted with great care and at > -, .
    S J Bond..s / 6 S buys l.roufrht out a variety of good Jewelry, such As certain unprincipled persons are attempting tl'nt, we belie\, to b unsu1'p3sst thia.ioiiity, eJ all my Livery fiubli see unta
    THE DEFENDANT and all others Intereiled areS !, as Riugi. Breast lloi\ Fancy Articles.Chaini.Goldaud to pttlmoflon the unsuspecting/ publie imitatioui IIUfl.J that it will rest in Our reeiyiug a fair "bare { of i: B. COLLINS..l>q> (or solicit-eoller-
    ker by notified of the commencement uf this suit, Silver Watches: (among which may be found of my Prepared Glue. I would caution all peitous: ID { : &DS Indebted are urgently
    lHninbls to Fall Term nf Jefferson Circuit! Court heoulelimt-.l AmoricanWaUh.Pena, ) and P"ltlls! to txuruiue before purchasing and see that be fall' j adlitiou'to our usual stock.,. \ are also* ) \ '! tim and settle,either by eash or-
    ..4 toappsar aadpleid to the >am I IJ011S All o( which wilibe sold at alivlDgprioe b.y name tlTSpalding' Prepared Gltw,J | Uanlltel which we" offer at moderate rates. .. ,abaeet with the VolunUen... should bl et am.
    WEST C. C.'C. "I T. J. C1IACK SONS outside wrapper ail others are swindling counter- j ES"; As usual we are in.tho Col. too Market. { that thU bosin? WALKEB. -
    )... I Mortifello OctoUr} 1II0 a 37, H. K.
    It, UU. Sm 74 ly jeit6S October, l6o. Jjrja* ; : SU. IT..t.f.i

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