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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 12, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
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Y FLORIDA SATURDAY OOT0BER 12l86L NO.; '35
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or, that the Guard .in' the vicinity of the er and safer than tbo.Government. others.' 'Part of them Were Northern men as I can be ascertained by the declaration'"

'he lumilu ltitu.d. Light House:, saw two boats landing from My second objection to the plan is its ijtIturnpJlit. ,i ivPi; who had been Impressed! into, Southern ot tho Northern papers, to have a station .
service. Several male and female on the Atlantic coast South of Hamton .
negroes, ,
with: : It the Government advance
and each
tho JI/oAdtci :
; pivot guns, inequality [Gleaned from onr Savannah, Mocon'Atlanta and ,have found their way to the fort. Roads, nt which their fleet could rendezvous ,

"J1'at.f."titsaruatCoelum.". boat carrying .about,20 men; and also'tbai \upon cotton)it' must also advance upon rice Charleston Kxckitngci.'] .. ... News reaches tfte that an enterprise of a take in coal, or refit generally.\ Brim

the Mohawh was in the Spanish Hole The and tobacco. There are four1 great: staple! ,- Mill more desperate character than either swick is situated about eighty miles South ,
B&tile 111 Wctcm Virginia.
F., It. ,FILDES, Editor. ngxt morning{ tho two Tallahassee compan products ot the Confederate States, to-wit: I RICHMOND Oct. 5. The battle Green, of tho above will bo attempted, shortly.It of Savannah, and derives all its consoqnenco .
on
.. dcred the of invasion cotton rice,tobacco and grain not is the firm purpnao of Colonel Brown to from the possession of a capacious
v (fbs Were : to scene sugar, Briar River commenced on Thursday! morn harbor with sufficient of for
depth water
Moiiticello bring on a general by provok.tug ,
engagement
.. : Jp addition to the foregoing, we 'learn to mention turpentine. The producers of mg. The enemy, commanded by' Gen. the to a point' beyond mortal almost any class of ves als.
enemy
.. .. .. .a'', from private sources, that the Lincolnites sugar and grain need no aid for they can Reynolds, coming out of his entrenchments cndurat>ce. Colonel B. is cautious and It is probable that there is ranch exager- .41

SATURD .,MORNING* ,-OCT. 12.- -1801.. .. remained at the Light House but 1few sell at fair prices all they can produce. The at Cheat Confederate Mountain forces, opened under the Gen.attack henry does not wish to take the. initiative step; ation in the Northern accounts when they

momcnts-examining our abandoned breastworks And although the growers of tobacco 12ih indeed his orders from the war departmentare state that twenty-five thousand troops are
R. Jackson; consisted of the 1st and
To A dvortit : and rice find salu for their I not U> do so, but there .\Is.nothing toprevent aboard a fleet destined for the South.- '
;: erSl &o., when they returned to their! may some products Georgia Regiments!, three Virginia and ono
his replying when the Such a number of troops, with amnnilion r
: once nem -
JLn!future, we-- shall: require prepayment vessel. ,We suppose they wished to stretch they mu t depend largely upon theexport' Arkansas Regiment. When the express. shall havo applied the; match to any of their, camp: equipage, artillery, horses, tc., would

for all tranci/tit adv rt -- I their limbs, and as nobody was... bops, cm demand for remunerating profits;; left with the enemy had loos.Subsequently .been completely repulsed big guns.,, And reply.lie will.,. ,., ., require much larger means of transportation .

braced the opportunity -:.. and therefore during the blockade they] heavy Ere another mail readies! you I hope to than the Lincoln Government has yet

mfnte from other titan! contract Sad ft ., ,, It *" are as much entitled to aid as: the cotton ,. ,the following dispatch had be able to chronicle such events as shall been ablo to. furnish. There is'no doubt,

vertisers.; '2hif !regulation, will le Battle SantnRosa : planters. Indeed; '''if you' -commence the been Gcu. received Jackson :at the War, Department from! electrify the whole country. The war must however, but that tho force would prove '
on formidable if
commence hero',in earnest before enough, precipitated on an
strictly adhcrred to. .. /system, :there is no ,end to it, for every GREEN RIVER, Oct. 3, 1801. | days and when it does, look for such an many expenditure undefended point. Richmond Examiner! ."a

producer of every little notion which' ,ho The enemy attacked us this morning ; of powder as the New' World -

.>. tSl: Wo.., call attention to the Regimen' ; ; The Confederates Victorious I cannot sell, will; apply to tho Government considerable force, estimated at 5000 men,' has :never before seen.* :, TiiR NoRThIERNPROGRAMMaronCOAST-

tat order of Col.Raysor, which0 repub with six pieces of artillery of longer range :
for ai.l. : than any wo have. After a hot fire of four TilE PKN8ACOLA: !! BOYS BTC01TIXO IMPATIENT. INVASION.! -A correspondent of the Griffin, }.

lish in to day's issue, owing to the fact that CAPT. BRADFORD, OP, MADISON, But my great objection to this plan of find a bait hours, and heavy: attempts to A correspondent!> writing from Pensacola Confederate States of tho 30th nIt,' says : r .*.

a mistake occurred,in it I last.. week. AND SERGEANT RUTH, OF Government aid, is that it is wrong'in charge/ our lines!, he was repulsed, 'evidently says: The'following,, extract: from a letter, just ,

.' .. !v"> LEON, KILLED. princiPle-it is a'departuro from the fun ,with considerable loss. Wo had no cavalry rho news of the victory by our arms in received from lady near Brunswiak,'grves 4

857" Wo are informed bv the merchants damental of 'It to pursue him on his retiring.: The Kentucky brought agnin ,a refreshing of some insight! .!, into their designs : ,

front whom Wft have purchased paper for Tlio Savannah Republican of the 10th design government; ne'erwas loss on our side is inconsiderable. ;A fuller "Oh, wish I had been I there to have shared "My sister-in-law writes! that she has

ROme time, that their supply is ,exhausted, instant,has telegram from Pensacola, to the design of good government to report will be given through the regular the honor I" and l the often repeated, "Oh seen Southern gentleman just from the

give people,employment, to regulate pricesor channels. For. several days my correspondence there it is again ; thoso fellows on the Potomac North who says: they are getting np every
obtain 1000'Confederate
and consequently, we can more thoeffect, that troops, to engage* even incidentally' in trade. with Gen; I.oring has been interrup- or in Missouri\ or Kentucky, aro gnin; craft they can to send South and it is said

for tho present. Therefore ,are forced undor'command'of' Gen.Anderson\ ,crossed.' Its design is to protect tha''' peoplein ted. The enemies force was superior to fog victories and wearing laurel, and we 100,000 men are to man: them. Their object

to fall back on, a half sheet, for the present, over to Santa Rosa Island{ : (upon which the of the ours, but we.had the advantage in position.By1 ;. here forgotten I 11 wish 1 was there 1" etc, the whole coast from North Carolinato

and-make the little we have on hand last as is situated Fort, Pickcns,) and at 2 o'clock enjoyments products* later dispatches it is 'ascertained that etc. limit /slop my friend you wishers ; Tt-xa There are maps! selling on the ,'?l
of their labor and tho full of their : '
exerciso
: who knows but Picayune Duller is coming streets of "New York giving the plan oftho
long as possible. Wednesday morning stormed the << of: !
.. ,. Wils'on's : camp( personal: liberties ; and, whenever a government our entire loss! in the above engagement to this town (Pcnsacolaj)[ with his twenty. seaboard and ten miles inwards with
New York Zomves. A
Billy departs from this principle, and attempts 7 killed! 20 wounded and 12 missing Tho live thousand thieves, cut-throats, etc, etc, every plantation and the owner's name, the

rGen.: John Milton was inaugurated desperate fight ensued which resulted in a to afford relief to its citizens, other los of tho enemy,was very severe. Gen. cto ? Who knows but it is tho intentionof number of his! negroes, the name of every

''on last: Monday\ Governor of the State ofTlorWa complete victory ovcrithe;. :Vandals. Tho han lawd and direct Jackson still holds his former position, and Dr. L. & Co. to make winter quarters!! inlet and creek, &0. Their object is to

"". to serve for four years.; !! We ,un, Confederates pressed forward with daring by good to protect to pickets stationed as.befol'o tho battle: hero for Ms )pilferers ? Now jut keep destroy the crops and carry ot. the no.
individual and itJ'cnvcndcrs v
dcrstand that his inaugural address was an gallantry burning and.othe't \'iso,destroy' industry enterprise, your mouths shut and eyes open. Ho sure groes.! "
strife stimulates fraud and ends .: .. and let him catch bo '' well'armed
not : asleep There ought'to" 20,000 men
The you } as a partyof ,
able document, delivered in handsome building except thoJ liosp' al l, also War in Kentucky.JVlKMPius .
ng every in ruinous 10 SCR. But tho Confederate same name did not over a thousand on our own coast at this moment. >
style, and received the applause of his hear Immense quantities of rationS; equipments, ; !, Oct 4.A' telegram from years ago at a certain navy-yard on certain .. ...
is
States -not yet recognized as a Green that Gen. Buck-
ers. ",die grasps the reigns of government stores, munitions, <&c.:; They then: spiked young Bowling took ,announces boat, on a certain night, and won a certain C3: ?" Tho Yankees 'at Hatteras havo cut ,
nation and herself needs tho aid of her citi. nor : Hopkinsville Ky., on tho 1st inst.
nt a stonny period, but we feel sanguine the enemy's cannon'and effected a total destruction lie captured 000 arms and 3 The lilllo achievement, with no doubt a great. a canal across the point on which the'fortis
zens. This they have nobly,done in tho cannon. cr achievement in view. I keenyour erected and above tho latter to assistin
that he i Is fully sufficient for the emergency, of their,camp. Confederates numbered 2000,and the 1200 say, t
and reflect field and at home. Instead lending the eyes open and before another month keeping away tho Confederate troop".
will credit and honor the Lincoln who held
upon The loss of the is in troops, Hopkinsville.flcdit
severe
: '., enemy very people money, the people ought to lend shall have rolled around, Dr. L. &Co. will The water flows very rapidly through: tbi
Site + their approach. Nobody was hurt.. -
: JK! both killed and wounded Our loss is for.
... ; give us a chance to wear a laurel or a win- dyku which is thereby deepening and widening .
..... if have it and .
they
to
government, ,
money Gen. Ilardeo: and his'command are at ,
ty killed and wounded.. ping, one of the six.ACTIVITY and it probable the .small Wand on ,I
.ELECTION RETURNS.' if f not let the government carry: on tho wary Columbus, Ky.: Jeff. ''Thompson's force isat
which the fortification is built will bo
Among the number killed was Captain AT FORT PICKENS. entirely '
Tho following"aro the official returns of > nsoing its credit, and let tho people Now Madrid[ on its march to St. Louis, 1 by the storms whir.l. r
iickard Bradford, of the Madison..Volunccrs The correspondent of the Montgomery swept( away ,
before which city it will effect: a junctio
the:'eleotion held in Jefferson county, on sustain that credit. Adacrtiscr writes are common at that locality especially in 'r.
of Florida's noble and : .
most \
*" one prom. with Price and McCulIoch's forces.' Gen. ,
Monday last : But says the planter, how shall I pay ,.Tho lubbers of Pickens are drilling them. the winter Tho fortifications on Roanoki*
in
sing sons. Tho slaughter of the entire Clarke is moving" front this point the Island miles distant from
taxes? You must bear in mind selves to death all hear is drum- twenty-five
FOR SOLIctTOn MIDDLE DISTRICT. my Iny SIIIIIQ direction lie has twenty cannon.Prcmont .- ; yon can
horde Santa Rosa Island would Haltcras
occupying are rapidly, and vigorous \
Samuel B. Stephens, .. 308 friend, that there arc two kinds of taxes to ilin danger. Eight thousand ming day and night.! They have ono rcgimcnt ; progressing
not bo a sufficient atonement for his death. and j judicious measures are in.progress
of regulars In the fort and Wil
Kentuckians from Columbus ttilly.
ion JUDGE OF PROBATE. be paid-State and Confederate. So far are moving .
to further intrusion
Sergeant Ruth, of Tallahassee, is also,11' Puducah. Tho Kentuckians at son's pets on Santa: Rosa making about J,- prevent any by
J. B. Collins, Vi, ..., *; 102 mong the.killed. .' as the Confederate tax is concerned, it is last against redeeming their State, and the predict are 700 men in all told. They /seem anxious the Federal vandals: upon the soil'.of-tho., '
'
M. II. Strain, ; : 181 We have it from good authority that two not payable until May\ : next., If, at that tion is made: that tho Southern troops in for a fight. I am in hopes in a few days we Old North! State. "
"J.R.S. Davis V ":> "'. "* 4 time, tho blockade continues and there is will bo able to accommodate them. Old
..x" "; of the Florida Regiment the West will winter in J.ouis'illo.nnd St...
companies were
sale for cotton tho simplest plan in i for Louts.Zolliooffer. Bro. Braxton is now a full jcnercl, and if
CLERK: OF TUK dRCCIT COVET.: no :
nnflh1rift
engagod in the fight tho :Madisou:\ Volunteers : ___ they to putting airs he'lIlenve T L.
Thomas Simmons, V x236 the government to suspend the collection .jfr-- go on a great :
and Leon Rifles \ of them heirless or make grlht .
Still many a ma
Advancing
W. II. Ellis, ;.... 133 of thd tax: and resort to tho issue of treasury :: Victoriously. their kindred : ....
This surprise and engagement was a dare NASIIVILLK, Oct. 6.-Tho Cumberland ny of parents, etc., so. For "" ,
You SHERIFF. notes, to raise the means necessary for ... Congress. >
of tho Nashville Union and '
lug exploit on tho part of the Confederates correspondent outliorl/en n":
t3FW are to announce Kr. F.,
Valentine Clem, .215 and completely eclipses that of tho Feder. tho achievement: of our independence.What American, under date of Sept. 30th, says The ;battle of Lexington. COTTE.Y(it a candidate to represent. Middle 'an t.f '

'1'. II. Hurst 02 use is there for the government to Zollicoflor has taken tho '
als when they burnt our guard boat a few enemy's encamp- The victory achieved by the Confederates W eAt FIorMu In the first Confederate Congress i
AVilliam Townsend! <''. .. 81 lend the planter money to 11\Y: n tax to ment at I.aurBri.lgo:! thirty-six miles did.ant : at Lexington ot'vast '
days ago. Gen. Bragg has retaliated ten capturing three prisoners, and a lot ol Importance. 1 IV W" lire requested to announce CapU JAM r'HII.

-Ton TAX COLLECTOR. fold. V'e may now look for* tho general itself-to pay an agent to lend tho money, arms,'baggage, ammunition: Tho enemy Time accounts thus far 'received arc thro' MOSEI.EV.\ of Madison at a candidate for U"I') ," '

James D. Morris\ ', .1 ; 231 engagement at an early day, and just so and then pay another agent to collect the fled on the approach of the Confede Northern sources, but they do not attemptto reicnttve to the Congress of the Confederate' States

David Walker, 115 elite as night follows ,day, a glorious victory tax? The preferable way is to collect no rates. Ho also broke np tho encampmentat underrate the importance of the result from the Western Division thtSUte., ,

'1'. 0. Oder;' 25 will crown the Confederate arms tax, and let tho planter hold his cotton, and Goose Creek Salt Works, in Clay county to us, or the severity of 'tho blow to them- tT We lira authorized to announce Copt. R. P. .

N. A. Bailey was elected Surveyor and ., .. : I; doubt not that this plan, ,will commend capturing) two hundred barrels .salt selves. The Chicago Tribune says : HILTON' a miniate to represent the the Seoor1Dlntriet .

itself the wisdom of rulers." BATTLE IN NORTH CAROLINA. of Florida In the First Congress of the Cou-
S. Carroll Coroner. to
1 I onr
,
"How Shall we Pay our.Taxes 1" Col.: Billy Mulligan\ ''held tho place with federate States,, '
The following gentlemen ,were elected We: know of no snggesticn to advance Rictivo.vn, Oct. 8.-The Enquirer buletiu 3,500 Northern entrench
is strongly .
Tho above almost. troops
query upon _every. board has from t3f"We om antnnlied! to F. VII-
a despatch Petersburg, announce *
County Commissioners : Calvin Davis, G. hat uldrelie\'e thu people of tho Slate ed. The reinforcements sent by Fremont .
and is ono about difficult .
bod'stong'le' ; it as containing an account of a glorious: exploitof LKI'ICiUK, of Leon County, a candidate to Rtf.- r
and Tax. The Confederate Government to the relief of Mulligan
W. James S. Walker and Wm. J. were interceptedand
Taylor county
to answer, as to tell with accuracy how Colonel Wright's Third Georgia: Reginent driven scot the 2nd DUlrlet bf Florida tn the First Coafet.ornto !-
.. back. The siege: la\tfl.1I1c\'eral!
Bailey. has nothing to do with this mat. on the coast of North Carolina. Congress. ..-
long tho war will continue.An / ..
from the 10th tho \
days to 21st.
.. ... Mulligan'ssituation
ter. With the exception of those counties Col. Wright landed with hit regiment on
esteemed friend subscriber writes .
desperate. Sorties and kirmishes -- ---
Florida- grew
Invasion of
Reported that are sndlIed'i ih a Railroad debt, the hickamonia beach Saturday last,and coming
the Pen. & us : "What are your notions upon the Tax l were constantly occuriug. The 1 exfip211tt111
A special train passed over, tho opened lira !
upon enemy, upon
and be
taxes aro light, we suppose can generally : Homo Guards wen much disaffected: andwere
,
subject ? \ cannot for the life of .
sec me
Geo. Railroad and them. The Vandals: retreated and Wrght
on Thursday ,
morning met. We ', lould think, however, the first to raise the white flag. Finally .
mistake the Conductor how men are to pay their tax. Will you, pursued twenty two miles, capturing thirty. \ --,
through 'suppose, hat and the Mulligan's: officers held a council, and
on the Monticello Branch was notified, by request of many friends in this section, patriotism great stringencyin mo prisoners, ono thousand muskets, SIX l Price demanded the Notice to Debtors. .

that it the orders of Gor. Milton thatas agitate this question-and do not forget monetary affairs, would prompt capital-: ichl pieces and all their tents, together unconditional surrender'of the officers as 'I"'HE subscriber Is desirous of collecting enough\:
was
sin, who hold county,bonds, to extend to with their provisions, shoes, stockings, &o. prisoners of war allowing the depart _L money tn pny h'.s DEBTS. IU knows of M ,
that of best the men to
our men are on ?
of the citizens could be collect many very,
many as : the and force the The Confederates is ono Georgian, other method so efT.etiul is to let hit frl
people leniency, not coin- without This '
ed, take the said train'tor Tallahassee, to tented fields; fighting the battles of our who full dead whilo marching ut the double arms. was agreed to.- this notice that he Is In want, and humiliating a* itInjustice
missioners to collect =a tax to meet such obigations The privates marched out of tho town to to thOM lie la Indebted to, requires tint
What do who have Col. had his horse killed
aid in the Lincolnites who had country. are they to quick.[ Wright \ had "* -
expelling until more times.- the tuno of Dixie. Mulligan, who been hll should make It known.
landed in considerable;;force at the Light not left' friends. and means to pay their prosperous under him. wounded in the fight, shed tears at the TUOMA.S K. LEONARD.
tues The? Railroad bonds: aro iu the hands of It. ... Miccosuklc. Flo., Oct U, 1861. 35.8t
House, about eight miles below St. Marks. ? Are executions to,be placed in the scene. The men raved ; but nevertheless,
hands of officers &0., and their families be men who can well afford to wait a year or From the Richmond Daily Dispatch. were obliged to take an oath not to serve
The like fire and SPECIAL MEDICAL NOTICE. '
news spread on a prairie, '
SOUTHERN WAR NEWS.
two the people and by thus acting against tho Confederate States.
upon ; .
stressed! while thus engaged in defenceof much us I dulrat the notoriety which thN
intenso excitement took of
: possession our they would erect for themselves an cndur- AN'OTIIER DESCENT FUOlt FORT TICKEXS IX Gov. Jackson, with tho Legislature, ar. 1\5: notice! will\ give me, I am Induced to do ", "

generally extraordinary quiet town. Couriers the country ? lug monument in tho hearts of their THIS BREEZE.A rived at Lexington on the Saturday following from, feelings prompted by no personal ambition IT
poor
were sent to various portions of the So far as the Confederate War Tax is 1.'eI1ernlllol.Jier: writes from Fort Pick. the surrender. The value of the prop.erty.and desire fur gain lint I do affirui that I can, an.l/-s

county, notifying the "Jefferson Guards," concerned, a correspondent of tho Macon cllow-citizens. ens the following letter, which we find in a specie captured is immense. The warrant t<>par Fjfnnitorrfua or Semiuol'tot'\ .-'
aim Uletrated O Uteri. Patients
nets must
It the Confederate State and ; |
County Tribune calls it
"a and
the various"Home Guard"companies, &C., Telegraph, makes very good suggestions. Southern journal : splendid profitable 'ply to me In J>frlOn.: My fee for the first Is ono htr.-
lIe that "the planters of the Railroad taxes are exacted the present Very little sickness prevails in the camp. victory for the Conk-derates. drum dollar*-for the latter fifty,*,lIara.
ot the invasion and the says, country
reported ,- consequence There but in .. '. I auk brother
Fall and approaching Spring-God pity are twenty: of our men the my physicians not judge me too ;
was that at about "five o'clock, at are indulging the hope that in some way, the I Unless is done it bo pital. Two cases typhoid fever have Object of Lincoln's Naval Expedition. harshly, but; wait the luueof a fulr trial-event).*

least one hundred men had either started, or by some undefinable means the Govern. poor something iccurcd ; both the patients are now'conva.lescing. Accounts from the North aro very explicit worst case that ran be lent or brought to mr oftW
will be the inexorable of the tax THOMAS K. LEONARD M. P.
duty -gatherers -
or were ready to start to the scene of ac ment shall come to their aid. A common We have lost 1 man since coming in their admission of the objects of October 12. 1861. aUmIlentlQunl"tcleS
to make all collections, and if nothing the island. the several expeditions of mixed character _
tjon.Considerin" that there was no one expedient is that the Government shall buyor upon a
in make an advance in Treasury notes else offering, by executions; and if it The lack of fresh provisions! H beginningto being fitted out for operations on <* t
acting the capacity of leader, and every. upon comes to this, venture assertion, be felt. I have not tasted A morsel of the Southern coast.' One of these objectsis 2.\D REGIMENT STATE GUARDS )
thing was in confusion we think: our citi. the cotton crop, and thus relieve the fresh tor of fix ,
weeks. announced
that' one-fourth the small farmers in our meat upwards Quite generally to be to seize and ilOXTICELLO, Oct. let, 1 86 1. f
zens acted with a promptitude almost with. country and enable the planter to pay his a 1 .number of the regular soldiers have re-open to the commerce of the world '
will b'sold out of house and home. "PlIE 1st Battalion of laid Regiment will beeoni
out parallel. Quite a number of gentlemen axes. county, been attacked with scurvy, and a few of leading cotton port. It i in, recommendedthat -1posed of the fallowing Companies, UDii r

started for the scene of invasion about I propose to examine thin proposition a We appeal to the powers that be-(and our men are beginning to get sore gums. ou the occupation of such a port, the command of Lleut. Colonel E. D.Tracy;

all especially to the capitalists who hold our Yesterday I succeeded in gettiug a barrel commanding general of the Lincoln force Nassau Guards, ,
2 o'clock, but they returned on the regular little and to state my objections to it. CeptainPoetufioe.
county Railroad bonds,) to come to the ot potatoes, the first we have had since should invite all "loyal" citizens of the Trader.Hill. Ca.
seven o'clock strain, having been convinced And, first the plan is expensive both to of the The of our arrival, for the hospital. You can imigine South to send their cotton thither for shipment Baker Guards Captain John lUrvey,
rescue people. men our county -
,that there was no prospect for a the planter and Government. In order to with what avidity they were eaten offering fifteen or cents a Postoffice Sanderson.-'" ,
twenty
New rover Guards W J D Pwatt
to endure and Captain ,
fight.It. .. carry it'out the Government must establishn are willing any every pri. by the sick men. pound for cotton and trying, by all possible Postoffiee. Lake Butler,.

is evident a blunder was made by agency in every market town in the ation in this struggle for independence, Assistant Surgeon J. Weeds" of the United bribes, the attachment ot. the plantersto Nassau Home Guard Captain Aathaa Wilds.

but they ask: that their wires an somebody but whom know Confederate States to make the advances
by not.
we -
1e not deprived a home. steamer Connecticut which is expected to This commercial adventure is stron..lyurged Levy Rangers, Captain Benjamia B. Lane,

All persona should be very careful how and receive, the money when the cottonis .. .. sail to-morrow. He has been ,very unfor- by tho New York papers in view or Postomce, x."l'W.

they circulate reports. We have had several sold. Th is vast machinery to sal nothing Capture of a Valuable Prize. tunate. Coming with us on the Sr. Van- the great decline in their exports, whichare lowing The tad Companies Battalion, under will be the computed command of of the Major fo!.

false alarms within the last few months, of i the defalcations of the agents and losses The Federal steamer fanny, was cap. derbilt from the North ho was attacked scarcely one-third more than at corresponding A P!hotn

but our citizens viewing them as having from depreciation must be immensely ex. tured off the North Carolina coast on last shortly after hU, arrival here with a disease> : period: in 1861 The Lincoln Aucilla Guards, Captain William Bailer,jr..
of the (araanrosis) which progressed Government must find outlet for the Fostoffice. Montie .
foundation until proved to both parties. To make the eyes an )
to the pensive
contrary, Saturday, by two Confederate vessels The in spite ot skillful treatment so rapidly that cotton. It does not occur to these theorists Shell Point Rangen Captain E C Lang,

have responded to every call ; a few more Government safe, the planter must store Fanny was loaded with blankets, coats and h6 is: now almost blind. He goes on "..ick that, even the occupation of a principal Postoffiee bush Point.

such however, will have a dishearten his cotton in a fire proof warehousehemust hoes leave his I when Orange Creek Guards, Captain
tendency to tor the Federal fleet. "Nobody hurt"n hoping to recover night cotton port in the South would not advance Poetoffioe Mortals JlilU.

;and when an emergency does ar. insure it and turn over the policy to either side. The steamer and cargo are away from the glaring sands. of Santa Rosa their scheme, and that the planting Ocklawaba Ranger. Captain John W Pearson.Postoffiee .

rive for action, we will be a'' doubting the Government, agent and he must con. valued at 1100,000. Island. The disease> is quite prevalent inure! of the South could never be seduced Orao(. SprUf

people. We therefore,fnrge upon all, ex tinue to pay the insurance, warehouse expenses K .. .. hl're. Two privatesoftheSiithRegimenthave to further it, even if they were, as the Perry Ranger Captain! N A Hull.Posloffic. *.Troy. '* ;
already been discharged' in almost New York Herald "suffer- 1
treme caution in the circulation else the debt will says they are, will forthwith ta S .
of reports! and interest, or Fremont Removed sightless condition.If ing; for the want of the necessaries of life." Coptalnsof Companies report Battalions die :

The terrible invasion can be summed'up accumulate so as to endanger the safety Gen. Fremont has been removed from we C'111 credit the reports received The object of the enemy, iu sitting to the strength Commanders of their of Companies their mpetl the" condition of tll"r!

in a few word. The Tallahassee Fact the ad ranee.This insurance and expenses his command of the Western Division of from the enemy's camp an extreme state of obtain possession ol Brunswick on the arms,and quantity of ammunition amid camp equip- ,

informs 04 that at about 11 o'clock Wednesday added to the interest will increase the rate the Federal army and summoned to appear dissatisfaction exists. Desertions are occur Georgia coast, would, scarcely In to get forward age Upon the to reception m.at He of*salt.1 Quarters report MaeUe4a.they will:\;
a
Bight, a special messenger from St,| 10 that,but few would be willing to pay it. > before a Court Marshal at Washing ring almost daily. Nine inni came over cotton, even if the people were willing to eopy JOHN M. BAY80R.Colonel .
here in a small guard-boat about a week forward it. It i however, doubtless su tad Regiment State Ootrds. ,
Marks brougb intelligence to the.Govern- The planter then can hold his cotton cheap ton. Gen. Wool *\J'tfc..Jes[ him. ago, followed tie next morning by two object of tbe Lincoln Government, as fart : October S, \iU.

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pat. T
op PRICES lie, in the BIRO A co. .A.XI "
*
p"'fee o Mulleins audSonrerV In their ]PI 1
\-t
4
$
2. &4 11."d"SA. /74 I Various brandie, Residence at Mrs. */j ---- i.ft11t'
of J7oriJ. for/WIth. >lin. r>, DEALERS lT- -- l1IIttUf
I Montlollo,July 80,180*. "Jo4 .
eriptlofl 01 AJu.rLsitig I JJ-ty gJJ t
t :. I*DOPTKD BT.THB: EDITORIAL *. 31. Dry Goods, Fancy and Dress Goods; 7'A1.l..Q\HI.A! : [E T. J.
J; COSTKNTION.] O. \V. JORDAN; Clothing Hardvo.r !! :, IF'LA. : CHACE :
Sq'.re(oocnpYlng the i space ol 1 J !Bnmer lines, HA REMOVED TO.TOlt TOWS' op Mox n- ;Groceries, SONS
; or -.)on Insertion. ,... ,for the Glassware 1TE would rCllpecttnUy ; :
POI' fti oo Practice of aedloln Crockery, Boots ,r announce to the P, WI :t :
TCTj.lfWqoent Insertion! .... ... ..... 50 tSf 0ilo( eat 0;_' Hotel Shoes f that we have secured< theservlcesof an *m- _
Hats
'- i8qnr Imonth* ,...; .? ,...,,.. s 00 Augati 18, 1800. 27 Bin., ) Caps, Books, IMnL Colorist and Portrait Painter. Those wishing 4_ .
4 1 to II "10""". ....:.... ....... ..... 800 Stationery Watches tonbtalnthU much admired and durable style i -DEALERS 'IN-4' 5_ : ;,. "
1 to I J'eAl'................ T. ... ,, l'lctlll'l have an o .
T .. ...... 1100 "I1RLEE\...' ..) opportunity! afforded them for the ,
t .of. I t ..... .... ........ ...... 2000 Jewelry, tfec-, &c. lint ilm. In T.llahawe. The Increasing demand, ,'T'

8.. .. 'I'- ..".. ....ee..e.. .. ...... ..._ ._._._ 211 M_. [ ) : rm IT D DUOXTICEI @. r. ).1ontIeefloAprIl, 1861., g.tf for this popular" style 1 or painting' h" Induced III to SThVLE &

,.-; fl Jooiumni IIeI..I... ... ail n 00 r.o -,. l'. .....__ .u.u_ __ employ! an experienced artist and_ u w... .. ..... "n_ _.._ fAHQY Y G ls.) S
: : FLOBIDI ,
to ; ;:: "Y" .
;; "
W'& : I to ;;;...*...... ... 4UOO ,*_> WtItifLATINU AND PLASTERING. Jreftt5otake ;
f I II .-. ... ;..... .. .. .......... 6000 WILL PRACTICE In all portlona dtn1wo y .. Plain .
I ? I" .......'... East and \ Tosojpix, O. Ta.Y10r Afe.tsoIra. Pfiotoffraphi,U/ '
rF a...... .......100 00 Middle Florida aired t".tiset? J'hotornpFis. Milti",. HARDWARE GROOE'ffES&c1 '
Estate and Ltogftl Notices _June, 80th, 1860.. a !MI M tun
Mme .s tran5Clpnt to be chftrged tile 20.ly TaoaLo: 1i6 ... rhototrraphi. Photograph 1.. oil 00orl / ,
Advertisement Photograph in Water f

? Notice whlchtheellarjlsh or DImls.lon "Administrator! *, except for % A. 1'erler. 1,1; D.. CONTINUES to'*carry,"'1"*' IU the\ above business Photograph tntchtdi,'njia Colon Int.i and. M 0n.11oe11o.: ; ..... ........ .. ,... ., .... .. .. .. ....\ ( -
bepleased .,
be ..... fiT flaying remorello torecelre rn fact i. 10r1da:
p 'A.vcrtlpmenl1! .... 1000 Montleello norfda. will a portion of the w.are prepared to fill all orders of ,
patronage of the '
handud In rol'pahllenttnnnnt Continue the Practice of M lclne in all Aente mental public Orna. lIVery description, and every : ",,)J. -S
and work done warrant 1
1 1'lnlf the hllmher) or pee.fY Chronle Diseases. In good Ityleal can be sal.1sfaeon: In every \ ;
Insertion lIe i
aeeom Instance
Ai found ) or no .
at all\ charge.Daguerreotypes
; MU\) forbid and charp-dln ocordanceVl'th'aboveFladlng when not ab'.ent hour*. phiehedbyany one In the Slated' Entire MUsfao
profeMlonally ))
at hi.
ion
residence II
__ Lh,South-westcornel'; on guaranteed tD every 11110. and work done of Deceased .\
.hhe Persons T.
Public on J. CHACE .t SONS > \ .
Square, Welt reasonable term respectfully Inform '
I.nr the ;: -
that
C
oC public ,
4BInckbnrn's )II
-- JlnleL.l. < Enlarged 10 .ize and SPit'NG a they :Ivw'tllelr MI it.
-- SlJ11lj stook
--- --- He will likewise any e&lored In oil : GOODS
;; FOR SALLE February 18th, I860. 4 1.1.1 and burning of Brick.' superintend the making wcn III from lire. equally a. One Goode have been carefully.elected.and, consistIng wllbe/ old ofevcry\ PRICES variety the ctCy t5ft pnulbly demaD a",

: It Iraposdbla to conduct a newspaper on A. C. MrCants" IlL D. Feb. 4th. 1860.. 51.lyJohn Old Paintings Restored and Cleaned It FACTION will result to In the our most receiving careful a purchaser.portion &'respectfully custom 01 the lollelt ID that SjA wi reellDIf rail togive sanguine SA TIS-that'

the Credit n 0 ){ at OPATJtlcTpHrii. Those wishing Portrait will citizens and aJjaCllltoouaho.
System during a crisis( lib the S 101 A N M. Palmer orders please leave their
present _
soon. a. ourArtb.t A
will' .
not remain !
In monetary affairs, the Office*of the FAMILY )tfonti&Io, .Florida. -Dealer in- hot _!!On. during the Is-- \ 5- "

JRIEffD Newspaper t v 1869. ap9.1, PROVISIONS AND We have also jllet Introdllcpj a an.1 OUR STOCK IS ALL SEW, AND CONSISTS 0\\
offeredfor tale at ____ GROCERIES. new uUfevoTVPK IS PART,
......:......1.,. ..u. .... '- a very A. : style"' or oil colored t'hiotugraphs' called the DUP .
-.. --" -.v I'nu.U II aOlng."good credit vusi,. vr. Hubert Scott, KflOMlTlOELLO.! !! WL! ...'._. L' which. are unlTCTMlly a-lmlrol. ... Lad.:1: s' .. .
ness, and t In the hand. of 1ONnCELLO FLORIDA January 6th, 1861."Monticello. 47.tJ' .JaKen
a vnyrrtoilhecountry at short
man notdependenl notior SPRING '
&
I \PW| .
upon SUMMER
,/ the cash Income of the o/B'o"/ will prove wproffiable ot rrOll'er8 Monticello hisroeesional and Ylclillty. Services. ..tothecitixens., House.9' taken and! "ulor d.lf doslred.ael' houses Size 20 or by M Inchel'Amj DRESS ,<\oOD> $ ::

Investment For further, partlculara March 1. mo. / 6m \>rotVW..nd, Melainotypes,all,ise.and prik .
apply to the Fancy:
Witor- ." W. M. HUMPHREYS PROPRIETOR Call and see Specimens I SilksJ'!; French, English and Arneri\ Prints
October Lawns a f
12, 18GI. \\V.. 8. Dilworth ; Plaid
-- December I, 186 and Check 1 *
) Ginghams
42 ly Grenadines, I : !! ,
: Sale .ATTORXBY A N I> COUWSKtLO [-IAVlr\G PURCIIA EJr THE ; Wluto anti Colored
of Public AT LAW, or Maricil!
Lands Cot Blackburn J AnOVE.6: .WM. llcreges ; ;
:t Adjacent( the Gejo. Monticdlo, fl ri a; "tended I'Jellled to hue the patronage P. SLUSSER Linen Goods of Pltin: Striped and Checked L\u.ns: ;
Boundary'Line. to It -
/
contlnned. I every description &c.
WILL practice In the Courts of thefIddle have also bought a lot fit MANUFACVUBKB OP- $ !
NOTICE I.hereby given tliat on Friday. the 4th o( FloriJiaadIntbe DI.trlct Cir. new rurnlturc. wblch wilt ..ld to the comrort and CorroipA DES. PLAIDS .'tND STR1PF..q. TICKl.\"O.'tPRO.V
ofOcto"er nut. I will offer for IIIle at theUnlted8tate. ''' Conrtol 9 c"l\'enleooe or my guest*.. lly table will .Iway, CopperJin and Sheet-Iron Wares a. BROWN DO.J/E,9T1CS. Ll.\.Y AND OOTTON CilECKS' .1JL 1 ;1>4N.D_
public .1. 1..snl'"J1ed
aUdlon, In my office at Taflahasaee an thc March U.un. with the best tire, market can .ffont. ; / Y .'t.fD DI/CK Ll..IJ.'N PILLOWI.8E SIIEA'111t'O.R1SJL.'t '
vacant .47
.urveyed Inds In the ractlonal March241hl8iJ 1.1 WUOLKSALK LINL%; ( rJ!
: AND
Georgia lyIng alonlfthe,.h1ch boandary line between Florida Townships and RETAIL" DEALER IX 5- ?WMDi : GQhO 5 AMD: [ER33aOBliiaOI8: ] ) :!, of Every Description
[ ;
lbnsred to on the loth day Janllary.lut, be. :' ANDCOCS8EU.OB 'Lb@jga@ [}(J @ M Rl i :Ut (j)1F_ S\'iss ,
"lre United AT Jaconet '
LAW French
State .Am..rlo'a. = German Dimity and Linen
English&
,t 1 rlM MADISON FLORIDAWl American Good. Bands: ; ,Dress
A.-Nothtag) Trimming ]I4ce etJ
,. IBid received In payment for Monticello. Florida. House Furnishing Articles ; : ;

oholvent I.nd'exoept bang,gold Mtnlmllm!and slier coin and tho blllA Aprill2.1SS9.-. ,*. .;' Iy Ion"Y'u ..,,_I_,._MILLER___._ . ProDrietor. Every Description. of Mantillas Hoop S Skirts and "

tw""t..A.--- -" ...... _"__"aore._ price one .dollar and 1" ,,"JIY Ul'tN to the M public, and the Pro; Cotse1Ja4n .- '
, ? Baltzell a: Peeler, prlotpectmnlly? ll. solicits share STOVE on .
of
that M.B"J1ingl to purchal&aJe pectally lIotllleil .4 ronage. c ; he house situated the pat- fiill HEAD-QUARTERS. inen Table C1ottaTow..r") b''J,,: J' _, ....
ttorneyg Law on street A
' Kye 'and Huckaback Diaper ;
November Poking S
Seminaries or Internal 1mprovenient.. purpo.ofh1,nor to TALLAHASSEE practice FLORIDA, J'1, 1800. 40- med with neatness, and warranted to Stove,!Iv trim .._. ,., .saeroth and Table Covers, English: nud American"Hosiery/" "':
and Overflowed Land. Swamp vvProrlamation'In the Supreme Court satisfaction. "p 0 """ .
!! 0 the They can bu
State LEWIS F. EOTJC.: shipped wltli
In the :
United ,
States OEO. ? ROTJX of the
District' :
UGffx. Court ny part *
country. '
CORLEY, ''or the Northern >" / -" --5 .
Dlltrlotor "
Register of Public Land. oult Courts or the 31ldne ana Florid, and In the Clr. Koux & Co. GARDEN AIJPJ1*"'*""* -Xafety toRjtary

'i,: ,Aajpt"to.: I 1851 For the State of flodjn nrOffiee In the State Capitol We.tern Clrcuita: R ,Siretpaoesatta .. --*' -J-""
4 26-tlll.Oct. 4 Generlll'l omop. opposite the Attornev <- Receiving, and< Forwardik .AD'p.nfAyri -.'- UJti: ENGIHE3. :
By ordcr or his > :
; i4I bove Eiooi1ncy tile Governor, TIOMAS B.tLTZELL A. J. PEELER.' ':"'>reC Pumps, with Uublicr FUMISIIIW GO9DR
t I'n April nut.MleIIpoetpoued. unU!the Firat 31"nIII)' Late ChIetJustl0. S. C. ? : irrrrTtor; supplying( .Plimtntlon EiizinetT ; .

_October5Lb,861 Novemter 8th.1880 ...1, I G cnetalCn"'I \ water from wellncliterns Engine SmokeStacks --
U tJ.lYotico -
r -- ------ -- S. -=, made to order. Of every Vint,such as Broad' Cloth, Cn*5mcre,Shirt*, Silk, Merino and Cotton Under

>.Mav to; ,Lug Prc-cmpllou Georgia ClalniaiaTs STATE OF ---- .......uuiission Merchants\ ft the t3f very Slioj best' > Work workmen of every All orders description promptly, ,1one'y attended Shirts ami Drawers. Scarfs Ties, 1'ockct Handkerchiefs: (Glove, Suspen: Jer9N kc./tc., S


b- ER'pereon entitled;! to Boultcl-Jr/the right i'V cor Pre.emp. FLO"a.. # Fcrimiidlna, Fla TallahnseeeFebrunry to. t, I860. My Untrimmed Bonnets, Ron I ics, Flowers, Kihbpn, fec, ... '

1Ion to.any ofthe rand. .. attention to the sate Cotton
In the 3f Special given

,J red.hlps to.establish Joinlngthe the Georgia niml Bon fJ'jIpl1Jr: ,.: J1IDo \.i Moss, hides, and and Produce other generally.merchandize forwarded WORK i! WORK !II! WORK !i Boots and Shoes* of Every descriI>tio l.

II therefore at mu-befow'munt with HJ and-dinpatch...Cotton<: YANKEE :NOTIONS-such as Buttons, Bni!hes, Cunbn,Tapes, Toys...,l'ancy.Soap,. .

& a..pr.ctICllbl"" aftoo. ... .. .. S ...., \ February 23, 1801: 2-ly' Jordan, Fulford, Colognes, Hair Oils, l"IUlcyrticlt'lf, Pens, IVncil, Card\ & -i Ineratt. .
8* .Wfl'
, claim ? J i.inei I. rtqulA loa'Election of Elector HOUSE BUILDER AND GENERAL 'Wood? and Willow Ware Hardware Mare Cfockerj( Trunks
D. J. Taylor cutlery
.
.. B me and make pay of President and VlccPresldent Yc, ,
t (. u.iliie tu Tallabuuco
;.. .w' seeing? this notice.'and as before loon America of the and Confederate Ileprcsciitatlref Stated to ol OOM[ ] DoM) IMI u:: OMi1": O.A.B.PENTEB., GL.SSY.1 It E, AIL SADDLERY, UMBRELLAS WALKING STICKS.: .

#,II\\\ \v of April next otherwise such -Am MONTICELLO .
..lit be (orfeltcd. ... : S FLOIUIThI We will III.l o keep on han.la General supply of GItOC UIES. melTa* FI"ur..SugftI'C"fTel. Tea.
.; HUGH XCORLEV.. Congresi'r Receiving: and Forwarding Agent, I would modt respectfully inform Crackers PU'klei, Preserves,Spice. Pepper, Suit, Ginger, Soap Fresh Peai-lfes 1'In'lI'ples., Tomnlo,
Register of Publla Lands for Florida.: BY ,,, *' I have for the year 1801Employed Sulnion. L b.tin, Oyter and Sn-dines, in cans, together with tbe lur e.t supply of the jftrion* LrunJi
PERRY of the
I.MAWSON S. Governor Slot:e .
FERN ANDIli A. FLA.Jfy
SHOAIIS ever brought Muotieullo, with of Tobliruo, -* of which is of
quantity om"
01 any
Aug. 24, 1861. 28-wTtiwtds a number of Hands .
of Florida.do hereby order an election to be held I In! .
Agent for Charleston Daily Line of Steamers. the Vel'b..t description. %
'f ".J..BV' COLLINS.A the several counties of said State miWEDNESDA'i.; February23.lBal. 2-ly for the purpose of carrying on the house Building J'O.t Till:: I'ljAXTEU: have 1 1.11.1. in i stock of GHXEIIAL. PLANTATION.SUPPLIED. .
-
the of
6th NOVEMBER
, "' ; day and General Carpenter business on a large scab tWFcpllnu confident that our price cannot fail to give satUfttctiun, we respectfully snll.\ .It\ j.alrotIage5iveusatrial.
_. ", AGENT FOB (ore for President and Vice-president of the Confederate S work entrusted to will\ be done .
4- .
; L. DOZIER. iflo.JA3 E8 E. BROOM Any mo G t. J. CUACE'4April SiN5.! '
States of America. Also on tho same day. an I -
'ALABAMA ,'NSURANCE'.COMPANY, election to be held In the counties of this State Ea t L. Dozier & Co. Substantial, Neat and with Dispatch:! :tithi, 181%. S7lclyEXOESJLIOH! "

'*i">,..*" OF MONTGOMERY, of tbeSuwannee RIver,composing/ the first Congressional : > and I will guarantee to give sntl.fiietion in every Ae.Lei.. C .

r Are'prepared.to take Fire Risks at the initial rala4.c .. District for one Representative to represents FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS Instance. I have Incurred a heavy expense by the ----- -------- ---------";
-.5. ;
Charter Cnplt.il l,::........'$300,000 District of America.In the Also first 6n Congress the If' ConfederalStates election e FERIT.li\DIi\A, FL,'. hire of hand., and consequently am in hopes a lib L

Capital paid In.... ;... ;..flSrt.OOO: to be held in the counties\ of Ibis IIIm..J.y State\Vest an of the March 10lhv1881. A ly era) public\ \ will extend to me a share of patronage. STORE !" ..
: : E: lr./ ME1'CAL'F Sec'y. j W. C. BIBD. PresX I will contract for work In any iiorllon of Julff r .
Suwannee River. the second _. .
composing CongraslonalfII.trlct. __ ,
18AI. son or adjoining counties, and' will do it on as fair -------J--5------" S
c Match 9, 4 1 ly
for Representative said District .
repcscnt
one DNI WE3EK! V ,
and\liberal terms as any one can posulblv do.
4 w
Storo; fox a1o.PFIIE of America In the first Congress of the Confederate States I 1\Iorol1&n.1: : ; T a:11: 0 r 1, PcHon at a distance wishing Housvs" built, repairing '.'-y 1800. 180O. r.q

undersigned offers 'fur' sale on rcav, >naJL or any description. of work In my line.can
m The Judges Probate throughout the State are -AND DEAIU IN' -
addresn at Montleello Florida, and will\ ..
me they r
V ble terms, the mUCK STORE 1I0LT\EJi:; ,
hereby ordered to take due notice of the above '
.
proc Readf-Iflade: Clotll"ljf.AND attention. '
; celve prompt
adjoining MeimVAIarvia,and recently oocuplod by
4 l lam.tlon-glve the proper notice at the several precinct
; Ilerrin Fennell 4 Sliehee. It Is situated in an exeslient In their counties conduct said election in the GENTLEMEN'S KI'UNISIUNO' GOODS, JORDAN FUI.F011D. 'J.T.BupD c'hAS
excitllmt.. w..II-
wp S--IImvealnqhred business and I. de !
portion town really a
Kirabie For further manner prescribed by law and icake: return of the TALLAHASSEE, FLA. and would therefore 1>, happy to receive order to

apply to pteee-of: froperty. O. W. HKUUIXG.viloptloollo parllniiiars. same to the olfice of the Secretary of Slots.' FTE ALWAYS keep on hand Cloth.,C.s,.lmere., Dig clean:I (II' Repair Wills. J. 1.... ,

tt August 31, 1861. 29.tr" In Testimony Whereof I have hereto sit my I'l Vestings, Fancy Coallugs, An.: which ha I II January &th 1BUI. 47.tf .... _
liand-and caused to be affixed the leal
great prepared to make up to ord.tr. In a workman-lik.( -
c; [L.S.1 of the State Florida. Done at the Capitol 1, and the most reasonable terms .* RECEIVED HISWIlEUPSB-
manner on
... IN'otloo.T7CBSON3 ; ;: in the city of Tallahassee! this 6th day of September February 25th, 1860. lyF The Best A And d Most direct Route.
: bringinjj; Wool to the Factary for the, A. D. 1861. .
j JL: ot.havintr it munufitctured. roust M a PERRY
)purpoM
41 have theIr"narne. branded on their bags. I will Governor Florida. I'L, TON FOUNDRY UJID [ t@ @

lb, not be responsible for any brought not thus br.ind By the GovenorAttest: TALLAHASSEE, FLA., TilE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLACED A DAILY ii'i \ g
L_ I'1-' ed. Nothing under one hundred pounds will. be re F. I* VILLEPIGUR Une of first cln.sSix!\ horses Conches on the route
4L; 'elved for enauufuctarUu Into cloth. Secretary of State. JOHN CARD, Proprietor between QUITM AN (the present terminus of the ZMBRA'CIXG.. ALL TilE :or.\\-.'STfL 3 ur
I *' J. GILMERSuperiotenJnt. September 14th 1801. 81 8t GISESrrom Savannah Man Trunk Railroad.) awl MONTI K r -
E. 6 to 85 Horse Power,
August 81st, 1861. 294in '. STEAM CELLO I Tin-no Conches run f o a* to connect ,.illi
to order of the best material and workmanship

:t ,Strayed or Stolen.JftheMbseriber ---- ; York oranv. and Northern as cheap as City can and be laid purchased down In In Flori New thu It i I.Car the !shortest on\ both the and Georgia Most\ irevt and Florida route for Railroad travelers tta ,DD1PI .Qblnnh ; .? .JllWI1 /

O .In the town of Monticello, da. CASllXOS:: for Saw Mills Gin Gearing &c.,, from Sivannah St. Harks, Ac.
.
.J.1. the 28th of Cream }'erdon.lP8vlnJ( Monticello at 7 o'clock in the evening .
Saturday September a SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE constantly on hand.'Sugar Mills\ from IS to 18 inches S ;
colored Mare. Said mare 1* In good order,. and U. ,.lIIre"ebSll\.nnllh at 1 o'.tn..kn..xt dav.
In dlar- ter also hand made to nrdor. .
on or :m1.W: B.OXDEB.me.
TALLAHASSEE FE9. & GEO. R. B. I L. H. MATTAlR. II d30.;
bout 14 \hands high has a scar on one hind leg Some beautiful pattern of IRON RAILING I fur. *
and iiagoodisaddfe animal and owned for the hintthveeyeora TALLAUASSKE, June 8, 1001. Grave Yards, &e. October S7tb. 1800. 87-2 tf '
AS WELL AS illS
.1 CMJAL LARGE LINK OFPLANTATION
by Charles T. Taylor. and after Monday,June 17th I860; Passenger JOBBING WORK of all descriptions executed: -
I will'gtve Ten Dollars for her delivery to roe at ON with neatness and All order addressed] Fair Warning I IYJ "
this Road will follow despatch.
Train on run a* *: .
this place. '.-Moi.tieelto. ; : to John Cindy,Tallahassee Florida 11'11be\ promptly : ERSOSS are hereby ..... C ,BAXDALL B. WlLLlA"M8.October LEAVE: ARRIVE ITLali attended to. rjTTERMS CASHJSJNov. J_ or trpspasaing upon the tract of laud .. ,
0 8th, 1861.. 34-tf C1t1. .,...a a: m. Monticello.....9.45 a.m. 8, I860( [SHy] JOHN CARDY. known a. the Walker 1'laee," I am determined
CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES
Tallahassee,...11 "" to proeceuteany and every person found trcupaosing: HATS 4ND CAPS,

if e IJptico to Debtor and Creditors. Tallale.11.20" St. Malk......12,50p.m. MILLEU8.. P,1RUAUOUE, npon said land. You must not expect get wood .,. .. ;11\ ... .
.: A'LL'rERSON3 St. Marks.. S p.m. /Tallahassee.. 4.80 .' without paying for it. U. K. WALKER.March .
:: indebted the estate of Paul H.xV. to Ocklocfconee 8CCCESSOR3 TO HARDWARE; CROCKERY GROCERIES'de.
S II
Tallahassee. ,
.- 16th, 1861. 6-tf :
: ..: Harley, late of Jctferson.County deceased to 5 to Monttcello,..*. 7.30 FATTEN & MILLERS .....

,t4 -. are hereby notified to make payment to the undvr-. 'I II" Lako City.... 1 a. m. Cotton Factors, Commission Merchant and JEWELRY JEWELRY !
and those claims said de.ii.
i alined! ; having against -
*
,ceased will present them within the time prescribed Connecting at Monticello with Stage tine to and O ;>onr: ; IF (QU\MO! Of course a store would be considered i Incomplete These Goods are aa GOOD AV UALITY'and will be sold as .

F by law or tail notice- will be plead in bar of their /from Gulf Grooversville Railroad,to and Savannah wIthbSaannah.at the Ocklocko-Albanyand : AYDREW 1. MILLER, ) without till indispensable! re<]ui> LOW IN PRICE, as can be obtained at any House in Monticello ; and
r ree nl'1. FRANCIS: 1IARLEY Adat'x. ; SAVANNAH sfo. "- Mteto Lady'*or Gentleman'* dross, so 's,'e
|Septemberl, 1861. 82 8t nee River with Stage to and from Qulney. and at t,t. WALTER J. MILLER, }[ S have brought out a variety of good Jewelry such nil articles not as represented can be returned.
Mark with Stage, whiehwillleave forNewporti n HENRY J. PARRAMORE, ) Mouticello, October"is,11860. f
S a* Rings, Breast Pins Fancy Articles,Chain..field IW.. :D EJ'D'DD.
1' .. [tjB) :bl\if'WrM\!) << ? leave.arrival. of the cars., and return before tU* train -o- and Silver Witches, (among which may be found SS

:': OOpar,1n.ersl1:1p.; : : : : The regular Stage Line from/Monticello will JBErERENOES : celebrated American Watch,) Pens'and P.nsiU S.

:. Copartnership. In the Practice of Medicine, : leave for Groovervme upon the arrival of the 7.80 'Hon James M Daker.lake City Florida All of which will be so\J.t a Iivinrprice by _. "
T. J. CIIACJJ & SOXS.Mocticelle. .
THE: .existing between the undersigned P. M. train; but when as many a.six offer for Ore John R Stapler Esq. )liamilton Florida '
under the name and style of Doctor. TAYLoR & versville, an extra stage will leave Montlcelld.upon Hon II H Tooke Th"oia."ville, Georgia; -_ October 27. 1860. 87-ly 1S60. gall and "Winter Trade. I860

r PALMER. i. dissolved by Dr. Palmer' going to the arrival of the 9,41 A. M.; thus giving families Ex Hon JLSewerd, .". LIVERY STABLE ACCOUNTS. u % _
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Alex Smith. KM, n.SrJ.r-fl.rJSJ.rn.rJ.nJLSr.Str .
! Virginia.a.Surgeon of the 2nd,.Florida Regiment.S and "parties an opportunity of staging. In daylight.Sa I 'J -SW-SflS-fl------ vtflSJt -
Th* dissolution to take effect from the lit of January train will be run on Sunday. M E Parromore Em, Qult nan. I HAVE placed all my Livery Stable account in '
laat pa." Dr.'Tavlor is authorized to collect tlm C. T. W.SYFAN. Sup't J Caraway Smith, Esq, Madison, Florida, the hands of J. B. COLLINS Eiq.. fur collec .

liot..aad.A.oounta oiuitoihe late firm; and those June li: h. 1861. 18-tl A M Co.,n, Esq.' ."., .toE tion; and all person Indebted are nrg..nt1ylOlIeit. J. M. & W. P. M RVIN
:; Indebted are earneetly rea nested'la call on him and .Vaan.. Esq. *, ed to call upon him aftd Kttle.;either by cash or
pay their dues, a. w.ne.d money. ad wish to wlud Insolvent Estate Notice. Simeon Smith Esq. Valdosta Georgia. mte. I am absen" with the Volunteer and am .
UP the bulaeas of the firm at an early dar. Major II C Young Thomas County. Georgia, therefore dealroua that this butlnew should be tIc. ..
s. B. W, TAYLOR STATE OF FLORIDA ) DAVID WALKER.AdJcferto Meisr Dickinson &I'teyamore.Madisont' ,. ed up. II. K. WALKER.
; -T. M. PALMEfcMootlcello. CwlJlr(r ministrator of the Estate 'August 24th 1841 I. 28.ly June 8tb, 186*.- 17-tf [ )rg [k.iY2 iI J Scfl5t

> August Mh, 1SA1. 2 .3mFI8K of Joel Walker,late of sold county, deceased hsv.ing S
filed in my office written suggestion of the I Inulv J' Fresh Lime. BOOKS 'T300KS1! !ITillS
8 METALIC BURIAL CASES ny of the estate of said deceased 11' Th1 AE m1rQ @@w
Therefore notice II hereby given to all 1*a n6"eatllr. we have Introduced In the)
sues.constantly on hand and for sale by persons Made in Jefferson of Montiaello. It Is inconvenient for
ALL having claims or demand*against said deceased to County Ha1.
T110MAS SlY3ION=1.H 1. file them la the office/ of the Ouflge. of Probate ofaid the people *o lend by !mail for eery''Work they ,
A 4elto,Fla.,March 22, 181511. ly ( County on or before the first day of December Tbe undersigned keep constantly on hand large may need ; therefore we have brought out a few CLOTHING SHOES ;
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: asrotioe.; next when there will be a pro rata distribution of quantities of Fresh Lime,and will forward the same volumes of the Standard Work of the eoontr t .
the asset* of said deceased, among the creditors Railroad and ai the'case may demand will increase our ".
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;: DURING my absence at Penaaoola, my brother thereof; and at which time the said David Walker per term to any point on very reasonable stock. Among *nr lot may be foundShakeepeaa Hardware Groceries Iron .Nails

,v ," WALKER, Is my authorized agent to will apply for' a discharge from the admlnl.tratlonohald Any order addressed Florida Poetical Work; ;, ;
and all biuineai beh.\lt estate. tom.atMontieello. Poetical Work ,
tnuaeteny my !II.H.STRAIN. will receive atteation. Byron'* ;
4 prompt
M..W. WALKER. Judge Probate. JOHN )L HAYSOR. Moore' Poetical Work.; HATS, BONNETS, PLANTATION GO'ODSFURNITURE kc
_April &, 1 UI._ 8-tf May Mth. 1861. l6m February th. 1861. 82-tf .- Homer' Poetical Work {' ,. ,

,"n NK\VSPAP OF THE! SOUTH.TUe Scott* Poetical Works; .

r %INSOLVENT ESTATE NOTICE. 'Notice-Nbtice--Notice.CalfWd Cooper'Burn'*.Poetical Poetical Work\Work;; ,. 191 011 tic c II 0 Fla\S '

.' Cbarletlon Mercury STATE OF FLORIDA. > HENRY KIRKLAND, Ben Johnson' Work;. t- .. _
-.5 **OIvu. the latest and mo t reliable political? com-' Jtftrton Count*. I administrator of the f*- Setticed! Tb. Pillar of Fire S 5
:- nerolal and general news, from all parts of the tat ol James L Kirkland, lute of Jefferson County, "' [ESR:!. JOHNS N. p1aibri. Prince of the House of David; We tale pleasure in announcing to our fi icn Js and patrons,*ad the public generally, 1.:

.world. Its special eorrespendents furnish by Mail deceased having filed in the Probate Office a written 11 in my hand all the Note and TheTlirooe' of David ; hat we are now receiving our Stock of. ** S ,.,.,
.114 Telegraph.full and early aeeounU of everything suggestion that he ballevea the estate of u lid longing to laid firm for collection &Ad kttlem..nt. And many other works too numerous to mnentic o .. t Y'
la the elUee James LKlrkbnd to D. insoHeat AU those indebted by note will pletM i.non me at '_ e '
.f interest that transpire great of En TQOrruu- ,
: tope and America having Theretwe claim,notice against U hereby the said given estate to to all person an early day and fettle the tame; those Indebted With a few1 o(the rao'st interesting work of FIC- [? l1.1!, .Bi. il f rti
byaevouat.wUIeahIalLbastoseoJohUauflMCCS) run TIN before the American people Call)at the .
Tin gA48o.aArse.i.uaZ4u.io*., appear.Iii now :
101 file the *am* with the Judge of Pro\ A Cuthtwrt and Sfttlo by note or money. Prompt' store of T. J. CUACE i SONS. $ *
Politically the J/ovury represenU the State Count; on or helO"the third day of February next, attention Is respectfully requested the firra are. new.Mo ticello.0ct S7th. I860. 7lyC Which hare4>eea (selectedwith great aye and attention, and which for yarioty ana ex

KIghU reelal.&Doo element,and advocates the union when there will\ b. a nro-rU diflributtoa, of th* anxious to arrange their business some wtislactorv ) II _. C gfnt, webelievelobe! unsurpassed iu this vicinity,* We court auexamination: feeling a*
.f toM Southern State In malnUlniog their rights fund belonging to ald estate among# the creditor manner,a*toon a*possible,said firm having been G.' File I
.and eeUblUalng their security. thereof; and at which lime the sail Henry dissolved by the ithdrowal of Oeo. It.I B.bird_ our receiving fair hare of patronage. ,
ajJMereuryycsriIaJVan <....'10 00 Kirkland will apply for his discharge from the i administration We hope then-fore all Ulfretted will call Immediately OMMISSIONERfONOrt and ) Carolina of Deeds, to an4 take Mortpg i aeW In addition to our usual BtocV, we are aho' receiving: a fine lot ot OATS and R1'E
.. knowledgmAit
Tri-Waekly 00 of lalll setote. ,cud nuike the uecevary arreogewsots. proofs which we offer at moderate rat. '*. *
/I.,.,., ,.11I i.al II Ca4 .eeompuiss 1M .,.Jw. 11. It STRAIN W. b. WLWORTH. ( e take*on Landa.deposition de admiuiitergt.hs, te.jrll or aflhoatloAoud 5: As usual we are iu the Cotton" Market. '

B. B. BHETT, Cherleeton, 1:5:) C I .1" "Id& .... Iad.ejj'jat.. Ma7451861. llU/J l4),, I.e 5. { Hid.ne ,M.jtic-lleFl< 47 I/ October :o, 1860. ly C .J, Jf. & W, P. MARVIN



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