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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 19, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
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; Y9LtlII.: MONTICELL(), FLORIDA, SATJfRD Y. OOTOBER j,18 !._ ',( ':. ,'" 'NO. 36' ,



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Ih; TuB EAST FIOKIDIAH'S COHEESPONDEST. OUR FERNANDINA CORRESPONDENCE.CAMP f'(' From the Pensacola lrng to the oflicers and men oot army
ObSOrer.'t
lam11irtnd! { !I S ome" extremely sensitive gentleman, in the Oct: itItUt111Jhk" 'tWS Particular of the Fight on' he only object contemplated, 'was the .
BARTOW 14 186!.
On before last of Confederates breaking of Wilson's arid
l last Fernandina East Floridian, night a party up> Billy camp,
suggests DEAR FILDES :-Wo are still leading alife [Gleaned' from our "vannah, Mncon, Atlanta and stationed ''here,, and at the Navy not the taking of Fort Pickenfl. .', .
,""Fi4'-JUltitia, OIlu"- to "some of the' conductors the Press I of comparative inactivity ; while the Charleston Exchanges.1"C Yard, wont over lo Santa Rosa Island under This was done completely.1' l"N 0 artillerY ,

,' F. in i the South, and especially" to the Editor war trumpet is sounding its blasts in every 1'0 EiTcONFEDERATE VICTORYT the command of Brigadier General ''Ander was' taken over-only email arms, piok.ue _

____R.__rttnE41t0Ts________ of the 1'Vlend, "that it is just as well not direction around us, East Florida i is free son, commander in chief Col. Jackson, ofthe fire balls, files. A reserve force composedof : .=

to tell all one knows at one time, not only from the ravages of hostile bands.- Even I T lIE ,NW ORLEANS BLOCKADING 5th'Georgia'regiment Col. Cham. the remainder of the Cth Georgia regiU

11' as a matter of economy but of prudence.", the blockading fleet seems to' neglect us, FLEET ROUTED I ber of the 9th Misstasppl regiment, ''and ment had started over to reinforce oar men' -
./ and only once or twice a week, cau we even Col. Anderson of the let Florida regiment, when the signals were fired by Gen. Bragg,

His remarks have reference to our appeal,,' catch a glimpse of tho mast-head of a soli- yew Orhani vie Jlfolite, Oct., 12-A naval engajement each commanding their respective divisions, for the body out on the island to return. .

SATUBDAY MOJTO. OCT. 19, 1881 a few weeks ago, to the men of wealth in I 't ary vessel on the verge of the horizon.. took place' this morning at the head) of to give Col. Billy AVilson surprise. It was about o'clock in the morning, they
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: Jefferson county,to come to'the rescue of I To all human appearances, we are living as a the Passes, between the Confederate fleet nnd the It may be .\vell to'rcmnrk that Wilson had boon entirely successful and being snr.

: Ad. r'tl.: ers.In the government and soldiei s ; as also the securely, and as safe from danger, as it at United St.-t..a blockading fleet, commencing at 8.43 and his pirates have been some time fixing rounded by the fleet and the force at Fort

1 shall statement made that our own firesides in Jefferson ; and were it F. o'clock A. M.;and lasting for one hour. It iva I themselves comfortably on the l island, and I Pickens it was I thought prudent for. the
future, f require prepayment by us, we had a forceof not for tho oil-repeated sounds of the tifo, resumed at 9 o'clock;nnd during Its continuance; ,I that they had built a large store> house and L troops to re-cross the Bay; Major Vodgea'' -

for I trancieiit advertise at'least fifteen hundred men on Amelia and drum, the heavy tread of armed men, Commodore llollins\ sent the following message to I filled it with provisions. ''Tbia our boys a one ofthe "distinguished" Yankee prisoners 1

.merits,from far than contract advertisers. r. Island: yeSvero of the impression that and the deserted aspect of the little city in the Naval department! thought too good for such men, and'determined taken, told our officers that 'Col. Brown, ,

the "coat would fit somebody" in ;Jefferson our neighborhood, wo could easily imagine Furl Jacl.ton 2 o'clockP.; M.-Last night I attacked to destroy them. .They crossed over the commander at Fort Pickens would havo. ,

'dis: regulation will be county, but, lo I and ehold' I it has found I that tho temple of Janus was once more I ) the blockadcrs:with my !little fleet and, succeeded the bay and marched up the beach, killing opened their batteries on them yesterday'"

strictly: adhi'ed to the man off in Fernandina 1 Wo closed, and sweet Peace dispcnsirig her rich' ,after a very short struggle, In driving them pickets whenever hailed by one, and upon a or last night, but up to nine o'clock, when -
away
I blessings over the! land. all aground, at the South-west: Pass bar, except th,I arriving near enough, opened fire upon the the train left, no demonstration had been S -

.Meetl7 of Belief Committee hope, however, that ho is not one of those. But, though security seems to dwell in Prebld which I sunk. Wo captured a' prize from Yankees! who had by this time become made. Our wounded were being well

who occupy six hours of their time, each our camp, do not imagine that we are slothful them anil after we got them teat In the sand, we aroused nnd returned the fife. For twoor cared for by the ladies Pensacola. -

nro /quested' by Col. Smith Siii aWe day, scanning the ocean with a spy-glass. ; the golden hours that'our foes are: peppered them well. There were no casualties on threo hours tho skirmishing was kept up ,-- p L5._ "-- -1 -

kins Preskpitof the. Jefferson. county ,The gentleman is right only in one particular granting, are being rapidly madn into bulwarks our side.:. The affair'was a complete success. when our side were ordered to charge THE!: INDIAN TRIBE! IN' THe SOUTHWEST. -'
Soldiers' for our safety.: Breastworks: have Intelligence from the Southwest, received ,
RHef Committees, to notify' the i. that ADDITIONAL FROM NEW ORLEANS. bayonets. This tho Yankees could not
e., there are things -
various DLtvict Committees, appointed I to many: been thrown up, heavy guns brought on I The enemy's forces In the naval this stand nnd fled towards Fort Pickens. yesterday in this city, confirms the'r'portod ;
that should not be, published "as a tiintter" and mounted, powder purchased, cartridges engagement Our then burn success of General Pike and Maj 4 L
men proceeded to
solicit suhjcriptions, that there will be held jmidence" ; 'and wo think, the Press, made, and sufficient number !>F troopsconcentrated :. !I morning, Is represented as'. toeing tort)' guns and thing they could find-tents,tho largo every store) Hector in negotiating treaties amity and -
a Monticello next nearly 1,000 inen; while) our !little I "inusquito" 111CCcarrleti t-
tueetini/at
on Wednesday generally heeded such admonition long before upon and about the island to but house, together with tho provisions, &0., alliance with numerous powerful Indian'tribcs -,
10 and
the 23rd i inst., for .transaction of very it was gratuitously tendered by the, repol a'verllar o force of the enemy. If It Is guns 300 men. making complete mass of ruins of the nice in the Southwest. These two< celebrated -, '.. : -
reported) that the Iron steamer sunk the 1 U
important business., A full attendance is a few more weeks arc granted us, you need encampment of tho notorious Hilly and his Indian Plenipotentiaries had everything ; \i ... !
Fernandina
gentleman. But ho must recollect fear for the honor 8 sloop of war Prchlo, with her steel prow. -to contend with in their ; .
desired, and members are requested to collect not or safety of our Stato thcivcs. They even gathered the splendidguna making negotiations '
that this is THE PEOPLE'S war, and if you hear that Lincoln's fleet is* attempting t' FTOTlIERTARTICULARg.'October left by the frightened and cowardly but succeeded beyond their highest .. '

all subscriptions, and make an exhibit they are entitled to know some little, that to enter the harbor of Fcrnandina.: 14th,-Tlio naval expedition to the Parses ; vandals ana piled them and burnt them hopes. Tho result of these treaties will bo ', "

on that day, as there is a pressing" necessity is going on So far as this journal is concerned For a few weeks we were kept hard i at conslntcd, aa follows-Tlie llanosans or Rem, with! besides spiking a number up of guns found in I to put at tho disposal ,of the" Confederate ,'! '.,I"
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for money. matters that would detriment work on the different fortifications ; a party one rtjlb DahUrecn; gin\ tho steamer Cnlhoiin 2 the batteries and burning tho carriges of States from 3,000to 8,000 armed warriors. .,

-. .- ., prove of ninety-six was kept continually employed four Inch and 2 eight inch Puliltfroonii; the Ive,'. tho sand1. This is just fetribntionl'or tho for service in the South we8t.' .......
I't. ,
Capi a -i"Moseley's r -; "--.w-,< rrt:- "", : to" the* cause, ot; f the Confederacy; 'vu1n'tisliingand ; even through tile dreary 'wiI'uIiv' with one 8 inch and% two rifle 32 pounders) ;$ the act burning the schooner, "Judah" some Major\ Rector who conceived the idea oi ,,: .' ', -ii

Wo are Appointments. ',7'T",..,..'.n.;,:- this of the night, and the holy hours of tho Sabbath Juvkson, with, two 3 invh ColuinMads, ; the MeRto, timo ago. conciliating tho Indian tribes, which, with 'J!!

>, dipt. James requested to give notice that. I have refrained'nx,. ., flynn too the implements of toil were kept busy *- with ono '?4th pivot gun, four 8 (Inch Culumblndi, Wo cannot slate'positively tho loss on General Pike, ho has succssfully con: : '-: "
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L. Moseley, candidate for Con. I correspondent, who appears to be *' | ; twice day, at six: in the morning and nndtone 24Iti rifle cnnnon j the cutter 1'Iukeim! with cither side but ,tho boys say they left the summatod h has: been for many years tho ,, I

gress,from thq 2nd Congressional District I ,sail over a nhl cle t ,: *:l"-the evening, the' working parties ono 0, Inch ColumMitd. \ and four 2tll carronades ;i ground pretty well spotted with them. agent of the Federal Government in Arkansas ": .x .

will''address' the citizens of Jefferson I Proof! the plume, CliO no, 4 1 1\Icll.\ who had never been the TusvaroraVwIth' : one 8 Inch Columbtad. and one 'l'h"y brought fifteen of tho Yankees over anti has exercised n vast influence over ,

Waukeenah' at contrary; I six II.,1: in the 821ti rifle !auholl. .' .< and hold them of tho Western ,tribes. It"was through his Y)
yesterday as prisoners I
on Saturday, the 26th, and at ',,..110 charges/ us with were relieved. ...._ _:i.'..no'accustomed blocknders that induced
)MonticeIJo'on rich >.' declaring, "that the The connlaled ot the Richmond Vtncs war, ono of them a Sergeant, nnd tho otherno instrumentality hilly Bowlcga was '
Monday, the 28lh inst. men' (If tile'South to toil lau. ': to abandon Florida and make his '
ladies: The will not enter .... > Frel'iVoter Witch and schooner Jnmesf less a porsonago than Maj. Vogdcp.t ,
-* are specially___ : invited: to*attend. army.i :In tho most modest the heavy sand, and endured tht "*.'. ,. "". ;-In all S3 guns.* '" homo the West. lie is a native of Prince fjD.'f'

CST We *.+,* ble, yet manner possi. I walks to and from the beach wiihuiu.% ;',", .. ........'." -- From the Montgomery Advcitlaer. Edward county, Virginia, and emigrated
direct attention very prerernptorily, we ,' : On Tuesday night, 'nbout 12 o'clock, .
to the advcr soft deny the murmur. And I bclicvo to Arkansas at nn'. early ago.-Rich. Me- .JamillC1' <
'thenient4()O Col.'E. E. Blackburn J War* impeachment, and would advise tlio, well, although the courteous we did our work E. rOhCHOn;; '*- *?' "' -v >f
Collector'and'James gentleman toj/ : put !his. specks on when had charge of the gentlemen who Frldiiy ltghi.'t'lo, ; ... .. "' 1 I'1I1 I I ....
,. Ellcnwood ho work'contin/ally Confederate
fleet "
.
Esq. re ( "
reads minded v. .
or get some friend us that we from Fort Jacknon, the --IiroTI0 G&s'&ItOSITY.-GOV.: Peni
-- to were Innasiui
only } )
interpret a set of i '
ignor lending tho
237 : Wo callespecial attention to English, : for him. We novnr. ",oM. nn.. plain..._L ant plough boys, whom ho was trying to The night was tntenscly dark. .The lIranoall way. some"twelve* Jr fifteen. ,4 .':ontl" acted" torn quantity
-- make struck lmn .
the .v* tiujr eucn something of.V b "egso!. which, she 1 t' for. onr soldiers
Instructions for Collectors of Taxes thing) but on the contrary, stated that from, hard work 0 are non:resting Into ran Into near 'her bow, and cut under command ,of Brigadier ,.... '14 for in dit1.dvanc.-
apjojnted devoting I upward of twenty Anderson \ .
J to when tho rich ourselves with!, foot. ,:An crossed '"
collect the War meIJdeuZi8t retlCWCil. .). .nnnrf"1.. "" appalling shriek the bay in .
Tax a howl was heard two
\\ hich of ad ?'I / iu aboard tJ"jdoomed. ... small I J .
uliln. steamers
will, bo found miration was raised On { uniiing. .- .!.i....,..... rui'KCts uL. and hco\vs 'attached, .1'J: "' ) "' .
published about Friday last to )
on the their ono hundred were fired, the The them. _
opposite sacrifices and enemy beat to men ) time .
page. It Is not ouly important and patl'iotism.lu ( athletic negro fellows: parted twenty r feet Iron hnil full and quarters and a per' 17 in number weropicketl j generally from 14 to I cloth SlUcof \ v_ \ <,i'4''
to through upon to
Sub-Col Town Old' around the/ Manassas from tho make clothing ,
lectors, but iothe-p ple 1 conclusion! we know on their way to Foit Clinch, whose machinery! becanie regiments frpm companies of the' at 80 cents A. r -
what
hurts have ; they deranged Alabama! ,
generally. this!. been ; Florida per yard, to bo ''t
sent ,
the When, pa. -
by Georgia A. .
_.. nameless patriotic Louisiana fercnl
a.a. correspondent and and largo luurqlng earns, till, /fleet and .Mississippi! installments ,. V
ho is Honied] commenced The ,
A ; inform citizens of suit ot pm- ; no full cloth hints. ,
I ')ORflF.CTLON.-Ye' ed that: wo are Marion and Alachna the retreating enemy, and being taken, comfony cd in price to $1 I 50 '
stated plain counties a heavy except perhaps .. ,<
; a week or man, wo thiuk for to finish tho began canonndlng per yard and the tx4 ,
heavy Rifles
work from tractors ,
two ago that none, of Col. ourself, and fortifications. on the liiitlnj till eight o'clock.' Several Georgia. Tho were anxious to .. ,
never abrogate
A disem the
Blackburn's "whip the finer sluits party
dep. dovil round set!! of hands struck the Richmond. barked) from tract An con.
"
The a instalment \ .
uties who"aided him in tho stump. to tell \ saw, and they seemed never Yankee shots were point opposite Pensacola of *1,200 was 2{
\tliq with.
taking the !\ truth. Do proud! of the honor badly nimed. Our near Santa Rosa in twelve '
firiaugentlud
census Island days of
of 1800 not derstand ? ** you un assisting in the tho fleet returned about five miles being due, and tho
defence
received} V of to the from State
the city with Fort '
a cent .for their ... and the prlxo schooner Pickens. The was without ;{1,
country, ; mone' 'It'
marched nlon. .. .. .. Toono loaded men had A
services,, It appears\ that we were mwlaken. m* IS 1 making their'own----"0 ,,.i...i-. -J timorous step, with coal.l which! .hn.l. -l.-..n. "viuni-riou'- _'- L' and somo of them-... tn-- ,,".,!... *- -- to' wade. )by the citizens: to dcviio meeting was called: :....
THE w. mi, 10 means for
). Somo of them CIUIIOE o.v STOVE PIPES music as they advanced. night. A large uiiring' the beach. Their rcac'ii the money. .Mr.\ F. raising
did J of R.
receive half r -Tho The "Iliflo quantity lumber Intended/ for catridgcs, Ac., got wet. Cotton i
: Richmond Company" has tho generously offereti
others none at all. Enquirer gives greatly ini- construction! of Fortifications at Landed on the Island to advance this i
Col. Blackburn a glowing ac Craved since it left Monticello I'aMt,. tile head of the into they were divided to sum and $800 mare'
ly went unpaid, but is minus the PiY-j count of tho noble vhargn of the Yankees been,, gradually increasing; its and num. was burnt. across two to squads the one proceeding directly than buy that J provision, making e2,000 rather .
on Munson's\ we Lord Southern our ;
a clerk Hill after( now number Lyons and beach troops
which .amount ho advanced. i tired. It our force had ro I had little ninety-nix. Our ofliccrs have liithinond Secretary Seward. Wilson's camp, and tho other boyon Biily with other gentlemen shonld'lIuft'er.raised He, ,r
or4 October ,
nt..mo nays that 1'rofl: Lowe no assistance! in ;> 13-It Is down marched from tho
reported the the
1 correction is immaterial <- ascended drilling the here on the Northern bank money
deem it. our' 'duty' to but we I usual in his balloon to. t.il--.. ., J'n... _. .'n1l1 their company:) :; and' have had to depend I authority/ a gentleman just fiom Baltimore that other.- They killed the beach, opposite each Had it not been upon raised their personal security.
make it, to satisfy deflected : -- -oi.iii.-jUI IDO books. but. in--. Nfll'n.... ',,' .1.-...., *upon Lord Lyons, the! British' Minlxtcr sentries as they tho contractors who
postsT went
v and were to
4 croakers: who .r Uillauvan. Secretary some six in number furnish, tho
have Immediately (
declared that our state five : his! decent ages. the company has gradually Scwnrl 'had ruptured, their .JI..lurnnUo set fire spiked! tho guns, Icon tho cloth would have bro
to
regiments improved.and | relations tho cabins
in contract
ment was untrue. were ordered it is soil that Lord ., which the to the serious
Are they now satisfied ? out to take a "J now conceded] by nil, that the Lyons I>ad) left Washington. were encamped and shot Zouaves :f the State in detriment
cannon, which jeil'irson Kitles" them furnishing
a. e t, fixed the Professor stated was of men is the best drilled. body Prom Pensacola. out. AH acrectlmt..... H...>n 7""-.. as_ "nu they run icldiers.: It 'was a noble clothes for our "
Oroiir TO BE WHIPPED J" on, Munson's' Hill. Tho on the Island. We have been reuaecoa.: tincntly for" .uvuutra rim mcon t act of'patriot ,
'i
October Fort
-That ji;. regiments for hoping 13-\ I'iekens. generosity and deserves
tiI7ui8A&l! gentleman, charged up the !hill" in gallant a regular educated drill master ev ;, Caltnlrl( Duller an.1 I l\rty.. eonsl.Uag of looked back or They rarely of every citizen. the consideration
residing in cr since wlli'.l'aolmrd stopped to fire -
Fernah- style, and we were ordered :'I ami wife, Cubit at our Tallahassee
here tate but beys
ithinwhoaaysthattho captured a piece and it :''Ivntherll, 1 shot as Sellti1lel.'W'I,
of
an old lit re EliFress they ran.
editor of stove that agPlI ant They had
.:.. \\hc Friendiiugni pipe, which ported: one has arrival: l'erhnJ otheis, thrown,,
- Processor lI1add
fhelr some sand
.- 10 bo Lowe's vivid. lm... Tho eJcal'o to FUI.t up banks, but
: whipped" for : ... *-- health of )'lekens Friday none of their :
our big
letter from onr publishing the magnified into a formidable]- .UCJIUULHUI jiau I good! : were threatened company continue: laot. on 11.0; pretenl..1\. evening guns were mounted. Onr_ ... .I..".,-.... .IUOK. ..'. 11v. diStJUtnts.
correspondent."Julias" a j/ieco'of 'ord lea few with tlio Incas The, fl.ii, of the' United goodly quantity of rat tail over a
a l files .4"
week nance. days States; with
or two During the pgo, three vewel.i! lylnj oil r which
ago,j* infonned charge cases: Santu : they
that ns had up the hill and we feared occurred! ,, Roen 1st jncl,are tlinplayed securely spiked .
tetter some of the they would to-duy*t 1.0/1111011./ every gun except two. 1
Federals1 They
coma the burnt,
up this go rounds all iho I
way and it more intent but houses
and
try ; and if on owing to the kindness 1 Reported| Confolcrafe the stores 3XTOTIOEI.
it and
is except
inconvenient for him securing plunder than of two ladies generosity Victory in hospital. ..
to achieving in
travel Old
at this a name Town : Change t
for they 1\Ii'i.\ The of "
particular time, he is further fighting, seperated themselves f further. The sick spread no ouri. only formidable resistance Schedule I
informed from the ones was from
that I were removed from, Iti InnonJ, some U S.
wo will be in Fernandina main body, and on the camp to their house I October 13-A report Is rcgulais, sent out from Fort OWING to the high price of provisions -
circulating
coming and '
te.
in Pickens .
the coarse of'' together again ed carefully nurs here on, the nutl"'l itV of to redeem) the /finds himself : the
a welk i I the two and no fresh :;cniluiiun jimt ground which! at the unable to sell!
: or two, arrd ho may then have an wings mistook each other fur cuemea ladies have been cases have occurred. These, !rom Uulthnore that" the Clipper of that arrived cowardly Zouaves had abandoned. ) the further price he has hitherto sold at. and hereafter lirlck ,j

opportunity to put his warlike ; a battle ensued, two or three our nick very kind and attentive to I lished on :SuturJuy a city pub regulars however finding TIle yard' the no-'lco for all Jtriolt delivered ti
propensities rounds at all times .11.'J pntch stating that our force price will be my
have : General I larger NINE .
into .
were fired-during sent them nici. Price hj.l than they had] TEN: lOLLAItSCASII,
execution. This which tics from obtained DOLLARS Mull 1 1until
a expected "
same gentleman hast eight Federals their own tables vlciury ovci Fremont, la a :bat seemed to have Credit. : ,
become Of
inquired tie '
in
,
lI'ere'killed into MioHmirt. the
thanght their )panic striken and CnUle /
and will
we "ought bo forty wants cheered retreated people see the
,,,.. .._,- whipped" on sev.i.t for the wounded. So much hospital tho lonely ones in the Another our men were in tho act of until this additional charge without further necessity fir J'
v.u uwusions during the charge upon the stove by their presence and Invasion= of N. i I the returnin rf-oin explanation., .' \
past few pipe. % Carolina. island in JAMEd
sympathy obedience ELLEN
years, and ; to tho WOOD., ,
October _
and at very many owe them Jirlmlnn'OetoLer fcUjnal at the 1 Oth, 18111. ", !
onitirne,1f a heavy debt Navy Yard. "
we are not misinform! CAPT. RICHABD gratitude which of 15-Puesepcr.: from North They then advanced 36 .
BttADFOca heaven 't r
Carolina
ed will nnd
wished -The that fired
re- surely rejKirt: a FrdeinI deliberately ;
we were in h-1," but mains of this repay fleet wuaseenon" at our men, huddled '
some means we have by gallant ofh'ccr, who fell in the INOE. Sunday, supposed to havesevcral thousand in the boats, and did them up Appointment of '
made a miraculous front rank ... :board, men on inoro damage
es nobly giving battle effect
from to the received
a Sub-Cofectorst
cape his one< landing on the/ during the
Lis imp at Satanic Majesty, as well as my of the South on Santa Rosa Island The (lrom the Bo.ton Courier. Od,1.]J'' i0114li u U'jjluw coiint'Attack the island. It was nt tM. ." <..:......n .1,_fight. rL.on. OFFICE OP
-
Fernandina. iIf' Privateer Saunter .w bllUb IVtfd. )l
reached our town on Sunday last She Goes Again Heard From- on the Potomac Anderson was wounded in the lonllcelo. } -
and into arm. Two HAVE J
... Paramaribo Batteries.
on I l
or Monday for Coal and I or three guns were also .lvl.luJ ibe State into the )
morning Supplies-The Action R.r"'IIO"? fired when lection following Col-
TUE FIGHT were conveyed of the American October( 15 There cross. and
ox SANTA ROSA I8L4 iD.- road to Tallahassee by rail. sal. Con forenoon was a conflict thU ing, from Fort I'ickens, without ffli'd. 'lector the gentlemen tlct. appointed' a* Deputy ft I-
We publish elsewhere full escorted by a detach The or near Evansport, on the Potomac. Our men supplied cauli) to named In connection wlli:
themselves wits
A li.II'let.
particulars / ment of pirate Sumter Fodenil fleet well
o the the "J t>fferson went into Paramribo "f ten vessels, small with '
fight on Santa Rosa Island.! The Atlanta .. Guards." on the 10th of August for coal and : I t Latteries which blockaded attacked our heavy arms that they took from the 1st Dk1'mC'-EllnILII and Santa Rosa' ( 4
i 1ft.. '1 The nupplies. I he passage of the Polo- Thry also killed one enemy. Walter Countl. '
Tluieingenccr learns from 4' MULLIGAN'S United States Consul moo They had hot negro and captured 2nd District 8 0 Vooge Collector :
a
member of! the : IBISII BBIGADE.-Tho 'St. at that port time of it, and tho /Ovvt another. Seventeen Walton and, ifoluuje' .
Henry Sawier
was prisoners Daniel /
) K '
escort Esq. the finally withdrawn were lie-
to
the Johns moment she that seen Donald
body oLieut..- corespondent of in run Damage unknown. they brought '
the back
Coletor.
Nelmsj 3rd
; of Cincinnati Com went to the Governor ; how if 4
Georgia, that in all from mercial; and protested in The u: S. more is not known. many. any DI.trlctWa.hngton Jackso, ,-t I
that the 0
fifty to seventy of says one of the officers of the name of the United States Army Jt Washington. One account said the henry '-' '

oar men were killed. Nearly aU of them captured garrison of Lexington, who has supplies being allowed and asked against the author any fair/ax O H. October 13-.-One of our soldier a notorious Colonel, Billy Wilson, had made 4th D.tetFlokl'l and CulisounIIenry K.SIiii."'

fell on their return from the attack, I bya been paroled reports that 200 of McixiGAN'S ities to drive her out of port, but they refused just escaped from \VsIluton: brings the intelli Fort.straight Another run from his marquee to the Bth District-.Gadsdea. CIt1r. .' \ i e

party of the enemy; i in ambush Irish Brigade had to do it. He then sent on the same gence that Oen. MeC'lellan hat aa army of : account from ono of the Collector. Liberty. .John O Soiitli.. s
who 120,000 captured
fled deserted day
and / prisoners 3th .... '
by staled District
join nbxt mail, to all the Inbutry, 10 000 that ho had Leon and --
upon a charge that ed the United States Cavalry. sail 100 batteries. not John
was made upon them. Confederates. in the West Indies Consuls waiting\ to drill, the two He U slept at camp that, night as usual .. Wakull.. II Rhode, i
The notice latter having .
,!k____killed A 9 in*the .Florida" Regiment (rep. DESEBTEB at thai port, and also endwwni-o/i.., .that. f..she_.was.._ A3- D ralattaokl-- L.? .n"t..-.Mh'I.arms. *of the service. remained at Foil PickensA----. *.n.. "lrilllUMlS' _".__ fth Di8trlc.teNU Georffe W BWt-.-.-_>..... ". ( t k
i FBOM FOBT --? ? *v ncuure I vuui.tuipiat !(l until the mld- from our who T .tuf .A- .
csumea: PIC&ESS.-It men luctor.
boats and die'
uy detachments of :
from November./ participated
Bth
the Madison ap. purchase nil the coal lIispoley! i Is agree that District_
Leon pears by to prevent advance In three they killed between Mlol8n. north of
a tha
and statement of the two and St.
Marianna a deserter captainjrom columns three Augustine
a mile
companies from at hundred
c time"
,) are Capt. Fort I accomplishing his object a and to'furtify as he ot the Yankees/ Elijah D Oornto
Pickens'ho and 'proeeeds. -, Our loss 9th District... Collector.
Bradford was so successful Several in killed Taylor/ ,
Henry came over the that tons 1.1 balvi and '-
Tillinghast, Serg't Routh on :5th, the Sumtcr soaked Jq missing is Lafayette and Madison
turpentine forty and south
p 1 which ,
Thomas'Bond that during the expected to remain have been provided with : thirty five wounded of Aup.iutln,
night of the which Road
Joseph Hale, and no doubt burning of the was kept twelve only three days, Ui troops? Intend five of whom died yexterday. ah O. Wheeler. Zachari-
burning the Most Collector.
several "Judah" we killed four days- when she left 'woods after the leave I losses in of our 10th
others and the
have
whosa wounded nine the on fulleu._ skirmish DI.trctIIDUtoO
: names have not yet of the I 31st of August. Two Their object b"lu1 to are attributed to 11th Charaick&lph, Collector.
Federal men deserted awoke '
reached us. The.wounded and prisoners party. lie reports seventeen and after the vessel left made their and to illuminate in out masked batteriea cross firing when our men were shooting Di.trletlunllL / New River, W. W,

of the Florida Regiment number about fif I hundred men on the !Sl ntltJ1nd two hun. ance at the consulate and gave information appear Ellsworth and other fortifications, case of a night attack, Kpri their at tho Zouaves from opposite tides and to 12J DLtrlet.lchul C/&r./uwannee. James
teen. j dred and the similar to that ve been uiiaed. not being ably to A
fitly on sick list. which has appeared The Commander of the distinguish the ban. 18th .
as to the United dago of their
States
One division 'W I mutinous; state of thp"rpw. ... TI----... __ side' of the Potomac, ("re08 on this the comrades i'l Jhe darkness of Ulli m.trletNIu.Jaleli A Mun. Collector. _, _
;
Gun'
are
of : Franklin night and DWrlctDraJ aud
Gen ,
under the'attacking force was Eo Kirby Smith. that the engine of the Sumter can be jr nay Dey. The force on the and Kear shooting one another Clay WI Grouse CyJloc- .

the command of Col. J. Patton An. [ This gentleman has been appointed to' but a few hours, as it heats so much run '70,000. Virginia bide U not lew than Lieut. Sayro, when last seen was on 111.1 Di.ttict-St Johns, George J /* t.
derson, who, relieve Gen. that if the and beach in wounded z the Zelt4acr. Go I- ,
we learn acted with great Gray son, as Military Comman Brooklyn had kept after her ......... condition. His friends 18th lector. "
a who had .. DWrict aya "" -
him -
coolness and short time .in.. fi
der of she would FRaY .....- n -- rutnfll1.
and Florida have been : NEW ---- Ornge..Volu- .. '
courage until ,
was continually: the latter gentleman is overhauled. VOBK.-Advices from two or three <; nan carried !him yard,: .B <* .

in the thickest of the fight, urging his men restored to health. i the They mouth carry of their the prizes Mili8 to a small !bay near York are as late as I the 2d instant. New The tidied to leave miles him to and were finally coin- tor. Jlltb a "a CI; '

by words and acts. He -I. .i I I four Jiliippi. They have unruly demonstrations of the Pct had h save themselves. He ni PiuJutMaron and Suniter. Simeon
escaped uninjured. EsT* The I thirty two pounders (ELLSWOICTH'S Lambs requested them to do Iee.
anti
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'T
Poor Bradford fell at the steamer St. Johns, on her last one pivot gun, Fire Zouaves has but so previously; 18Jj
but have ), they
second fire of the trip to Florid not sufficient men, their: being ended in clung to him to the last DIrU"rnao.u and Levy.Cyreko .
was having put aboard
whilst chasadbya only a and moment
enemy, urging his men on to the steamer i of the blockading small sixty-four all tod.! On leaving this a guard! of regulara auti steamer* under then put a coat under' tuV head() for ltb DUtrict.... Jo..Collector'I -,
port a
squadron ,Bellt
the 'to tho pillow.
conflict. off Sumter Tor. lIe '
Routh
and Bond Cumberland disguised herself was shot in .
fell by fm side. Island. The'St, Johns' ran in like a a* to look riddance tugas. The Uolhamites think it a blessed much exhausted the thigh and was pnQer. Collector \'b s _, ,
Young Tillinghast passed South of Amelia Island: ': merchant bark, by taking down ; although from bleeding. He Two eoplei ol '
and the
<< the
safely,through thus eluded fact U not fought paper wllj be tent :
smokestack particu: gallantly tb.Collectors each of ,:
the battle, and wu mot .her pursuer. closing up the ports and I' larly calculated to long as he could. It is aud! the amount of the t ,
on the boat comj j encourage other.' sup will be
pletely chuaeias Tier .. __ 'fira posed be stated
his during ." 'r'r.. > laddies," as the was taken prisoner in this on a slip of One rqui a.\
-- Tribune paper.
return' from the scene. of conflict! An official dispatch course was prompt; and .Q. .v in the Yankee calls them, to enJibl i I condition by the Yankees. Lieut.hopeless Collector-the other for the 5r I f "i
was an excellent and Ifssa received at Paris, thy ofhih energetic, army of one of the Xelrns, requested to take particular Assessor j _, b'the '
talented careof
that '
young man, ys GUIUAtD, will decline l commendation ; and I _' Georgia companies was killed dy the Instruction / t"r. aasfatu- ...
aad has fell a victim to waJ juk i as be was l the offer of the Federal Goverulllcnt certainly main. ( four ships been near, his action in Pximoua.-Owing: to the threatened with whose death was greatly regretted. Not-, procure a copy ut pL/L.WaTu tliereia Bill ] ad all I r-f!, ," : \ j'

- merging into maujiood. "**& Iy on account Ot the unsatisfaetory: state of ly notifying the Consuls of the, "' \Al1ItUl'8//movement against the Florida andiQg the unfortunate accidents re TbeM appointments have been forwarded to the l" v''
hri of coast: f ,
is bealJi., the ::iumt would have given Yulee, formerly U. S. Senator Air ferred occasioning the death of no Scretr uf the T.lry fi'r Ida approval As .1.' .::L
from, of many get
ble. I
State that oar brave rtfuvt
bas taken hu foldicr*, the the DepaUea will
object of alleJ _
family to the ex t U..I to five i
C where COlumbia S. pedition bond. Ii "
he was ,
Mill cotnpjetely) '
reside this Wint :- accomplished? and K. >
.. the result J ttUCKBUBX 5ir
/ L/9 7LD was highly satisfactory: and in J 181. War T.Collector) for Flori ti. ..
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.llectors and Assessors ttndef his, t't.. /
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''Ihe au\\\\\! tien more isdictlon complete as in his effect opinion the act will of csfry.:Con .ss ;i For Congress.flTWe CARD JOHNSON, McCANN 'CUTH8RT[ OIICOLOED-PllflAPI1s' I "

instructions of this Depar1 ut Sachc & P rtl
and the ; .a art anthorUen to announce Mr. F. R. :r. lO. a.'MoDona1d SUCCESSORS TO ,tt.rs.

nLtsRED ItVERY BA.11J and any promptly negligent report or to d ,fanl tho : GOTTEN as a candidate to represent Middle and ,HAVING his services to his frlendsand, the pub JOHBTSOKT, flIRD&CO. $ !

he Treasury. Test Florlda-ln the first Confederate Congress.' lie, In the practice of Medicine aud Surgery In --DEALERS IX-' llt!

tWO DOllARS CEJFlorUtJ !! 8. Each Tax Collector ingl.hewill t t.JT We are requested to announce Ca'pt.. JAMES various bronchos. Residence a Mn. A. .Palmer ,

foTivtryieiBC I ly after his appointment, L MOSELEY! ; of Madison;as a eand'date! for Rep- Montlcello, July 20,1861. 88-tlJ Dry Goods, Fancy and Dress Goo.d TLL !

,
J tJ dtfrtiring I lion. District into convenient : enentlve to theCongress of the Confederate States, Dr. M. 0. 'V. .0nDAl Clothing, Hardware, W.E: would respectfully announce to' the public

w. ,. k CA4r9' EDITORIAL COXVKHTI0S.] iu each of which he shall a appoint.1: nnd, afer from the Western Division of thcState.fjf :! .> I REMOVED TO 110n- Cro kery, Boots, that we havt secured the services of an em.inont .
: : ng the epAee ol Brevier lines, notice shall alt persons : the Practice of Glasware. Colorist Painter. .Those
public J authorized B.ULTOK rI wishing
We to R. medlcne.-
require are announce Capt
4 ......... 1 00 Shoes '
..... |
; v < I ntlon. < > ihe'car sTud '13T* Oflice at files Hotel. to obtain this much admired and durable style of
... owning, possessing or having candidate to the the Second
.. 80
t I. .UbeAqaafltlflAertlofl..s. represent August 18, 1860. 27 8m Stationery watches Picture have an opportunity afforded them tor the
,
ire I months ... < 00 management of any property liable 'to the : ;Xstrtct of Florida In the First Congress of tl.eJCon-: hrsttime In < The Increasing demand

.Of 6 months....................... II 00 tax aforesaid, to make return thereof ao- ,federate Stales.t T. J.MOSTICE110' 1nLEE, Jewelry, &c., fec. for this popular TalaJao) painting has Induced ni to '

'-4- fI", 1"lyear. .... 1100 1000 Cording to the form above set forth{fond, *We are authorised to announce F.' L Vlt. }ron leeUo,April, 1861. 8,tf__ employ an experienced" .artist- *,. and we,art bow pro !
2 In those States where returns for taxes are 9 pared to tat ii 1" 25 00 JSPIOUE, of Leon County, a candidate to Represent i BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING. .
a 4 II 1 "o.' ....................... 30 00 worn, the Assessors shall. require Mworn the 2nd District of Florida In the First Confcd-- FLORIDA,_'__ ___ ',,boIYJ',J tJlnor'PMn P1Colpt tf/' .
.
:- -1 f f column 40 00 return, i jf PRACTICE In all portion Joseph O. Tay1or, PIItoa7. .

; q 4 II ......................... 8000 0. The said Assessors ahallsfter\ receiving rate! Congress WILL East and Middle Florida. '\ oN1roELL !IFL. lwr in Colon Colon *-;
I II 1 II .10000 the return, proceeed to/88eRcss all June 30th, 1880. 201y -, rhotasrnphaku.hedin Photograph Wt 1a*..,', .

4 Estate same and as transcleot Legal Notices AJvertlnemenU to be charged, except the the property included therein and shall Notice Debtors A. Pcclcri M. D.JJT ., \J/CONTINUES nil Us branches to carry, on will bepleased above business torccclve In In fact we are prepared to fill all orders of every

complete such assessment on or before the subscriber I It desirous of collecting enough of the of the Ornamental description, ana warrant satisfaction: in every
t Notice of Dismission as Administrator rot TilE 1 to tuntleeno, will a portion patronage public. every -
'hLchthee1irgeih1Ibe..... .. .... 10 00 first day of November next; and if there to pay his DEBTS its knows of no fRv'lnIcmoye.1 Medicine in all 'Acute and work donein as good style as accomplished Instance,or no charge. + #
-' Advertisement handed in for publication spec be any property omitted from any return' other method so effectlal as to let his friends see by contnue Diseases. He be found at all hour, by any one In the Slatel Entire satlsfao Daguerreotypes of Deceased Per s
Ifying the number of Insertion to be published which ought to have been included therein, this notice that he Is In want, and humiliating as itIs. when not professional may absent, nt his residence,on lion Is guaranteed In every c.ise,and work done on colored
2 till forbid and charged in acoordnucewith above he Assessor shall add the same to tho return ,justice to those be is Indebted to,. requires that h. corner of the Public Square West reasonable term Enlarged to any size, and In.oil equally A .
Sltb.we.t crlntend the well from life.
Male. hc should make It known. '. Hotel. will likewise su|> making as TOld
and make due assessment thereof.-: THOMAS K. LEONARD. of February 18th, 1860. 1-ly n of Brick. d arid Clean&l*
I'OILSALE 10. The Assessors-'shall.'diligently on- Miccosukie Flo., Oct. 12. 1861. 85.8t Feb. 4th. 1860. 61-ly Painting
4 quire whether thero be any person who has Dr. Ifobcrt Scott, ml t..will please leave their

finding It Impossible to conduct a newspaper on ailed or neglected t.o -make return, nnd SPECIAL MEDICAL NOTICE.As MONTICELLO, FLOIIIDA, John M.: Palmer, orders hot soon, as our Artist, will.not remais during.. the
much I detest the which, thIs nnen. ?"
the Credit System, during a crisis like the present whether there be any taxable property not notice as will give me, I am notoriety Induced to do so I' "! Offers his Profewlonal Services to the citizen '-Dealer iPROVISIONS We have alsojont introduced a new and beautiful

in monetary affairs, the Office of the FAMILY returned, and he shall report the same to from feelings prompted by no personal ambition or of Montieello and tich''illy. ANDJanuary style of oil colored Photographs, called the': DiA1.IIIfNOTYFE !

theTax Collector ot his Collection District. desire for gain, but I do affirm that I can,< nnd do March 1. 1S.1 6mWm. 'ffaOLO which are universally a"mlrel
FRIEND Newspaper Is offered for ale at a very Wl Views taken In any part the >1'orl
11. Each Assessor shall Deliver to tho warrant to cure Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weak Slim 1861. o county
S. Diluortli ,
1r reasonable It Is credit business also Ulcerated Os Uteri. Patients must notice. Views of business bll; or *,
price. doing a good Tax Collector of his Collection District, on twit i apply IneficiaAnibrotypesminilMelmminotypea !
Size 16
taken nnd colored, if desired. 20 by
maIn fee for the first Is him ASD COUJfSELLOB AT LAWS
and In the hands of a man dependent upon or before the first day oi December next, .;red to dollars-person for the latter My fifty dollars. one ; ATTORNEY Montieello House.*? ,aIl.lzeaand pe-Inee.

the cash Income the office,wilt prove' profitable tho list of each t.uayer,' completely filled I ak my brother physicians not judge me (too JIontlcJll Florida, and see'Specimens :.
and made out with his assessment the of the Middle Cir W. M. HUMPHREYS PROPRIETOR .Ca1
up corn harshly, but wait the issue of a fair trial-even '*
Investment. For further to the WiL. 1800. 42-Iy iWMt
; particular apply icle, upon all the property therein return- worst case that nan be sent or brought to my (oflice of Floridaaud In the District Court of I "

Editor. October It, 1861.Xxistx'u.otloxxs id, lie shall also, at the same time reportall THOMAS K. LEONARD, k D. the United States HAVISO PURCHASED THE .
the October 1J, 186!. 84-Sm March 18,1839. -ly of Col. Blackburn I 1 P .SLUSSER.XAmFAmE .: \
the and within sub
43 persons property have the
pleased to patronage
division assessed by him\ which have not Sale of Public Lands <'. G. Fie l tended to It continued. I have also AOVEi' o F- : (

: :. FOR 4>, been duly returned, and shall assess tbo ATTOKNBY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, new furniture, which will add to C Copper o Tin and Sheet-Jroo r n' te t l
value of such property. The assessment, Adjacent the Gco. Boundary Line convenience of my uestd. My I! ; ;

Collectors., Taxes in all cases, shall have relation to the first NOTICE Is hereby given that on Friday the 4th ,lrmt'ell Florida. rsupplied March 24th with the best the market Can afford. WHOLESALE AND mAIL DEALKB Ii.It1r ". *
I860
October' October next, I will sitTer for solo at April ly ly ,
Appointed day of 1801, and shall set forth :
to Collect the War Tax. "D
tM J @ ;:
the marketable value ot the public auction,la my office at TallllhA"dCp, all tin -
under
property vacant surveyed lands In the fractional Township U1 ( Ii.9 French, Gera English&'AmerjanOood& ,
ordinary circumstances. lying along the boundary line between Florida 1111.1 STATE OF FLORIDA. [ ) Articles
CONFEDERATE: STATES OF AMERICA, ) 12. Upon receiving the said lists and assessments Georgia,which on the 10th day January last belonged MADISON, FLOUIDA. o Houe Ftshg' : of". .
TEKASUBT DEPARTMENT V the Tax Collector shall, on or to the United States of America. JOHN L. MILLER, .- Pronrietor, Bver. Denpfo .t

:h. Richmond, September 28, 1861. ) before the first lay of December 1801, Term Ca. .h.-Nothing received In payment for TS NOW OPEN to the public, and the Pro
said land except gold and silver coin and the bill X prlctor respectfully jSi solicits share of ,STOVE HEAD-QUARTERS.,..?'
J 1 The Chief Collector appointed for each make out an alphabetical list thereof in a solvent bank. Minimum price one dollar and Prorlnmalloii for election of Elcr c. t3y 1 lie House I is situated on the pat A full supply always hand of
State shall take the usual oath of office, book to be kept by him for that purpose, twenty-five cents per acre. ton of 1'rctidcnt and Vlrc-I'rcil leading rna from the public square to the. Railroad depot. LOR and ROOM SJ OVE9.'' CIING.PAR.

.3: and shall give bond for the faithful perfbr. arranged according to the clarification hereinbefore Persons desiring to purchase are specially notifim dent of thc Coiifvdorato !States of November 17, 1860. 40- med with neatne"and warranted to Yeprrect

-- mance of the duties ot his office, with sufficient stated,ana sotting forth. the amount that this advertisement does not relate baby land Amorlra and Ilt'i'rctciitallvcs toBY can bo shipped-"" ;
assessed each tax under each bead granted to the StAte for the purposes of School, *. LE'V/IS F. BOUX. OKO. 8. EOUX. any part of the country. :t t'
sureties, in tho sums hereinafter men .. payer ; Seminaries or Internal ,nor Conre." '*
Improvements '
Swamp GARDEN AND FIRE
tioned. The sureties may be separately and the same shall be exhibited to any tax and Overflowed Lands. vlrtnre authority vested' in me by law, Roux & Co. DGI.

bound in Bums of not less than five thons- payer desiring ta ace the amount assessed .. HUGH A. CORLEY, I, IAD OX .rEnRY, Governor of theStfltnf RotrSlction.for and Force Plmp .ihRub1el
his and for RcgNter of Public Land*, order election to lie held In Receiving! and Agents
own hereby nn
find dollars.' Their sufficiency nustbo certified upon property ; twenty. 1"lurl.ll. Fowarding' with water,from wells.claterns' Engine Smoke,*
one days the said first of December For the State of Floridi this several conntlp.ohni,1 State on WEDNESDAY .
: by the District Judge of tho Con fed ensuing Stacks, made to order. -
Angst 10, 1801. 26-tlll.Oct. 4tr the Oth day of VEMBEU, proximo, for four Elec. -
ev'ry
each donty.
tax challenge the Work
erate States and the bond'with certified payer may a- pjf Shop of ,
a
for President and of the Confed derlptn
tore
By order of his E' el1c'ner, I he Governor, General Commission All.[ ..
assessed and'IIhow Vce.I''elldenL the best
mount so cause against very
lIetClults
oftbeoath of office endorsed ,
1f1 copy thereon, the above sale postponed unllllhe: First Monday erate States of > same day an ) to. workRe' 'p'lptlfat.tt'ndel
.A must W forwarded to the Secretary of the the same to the said Tat Collector, and In April nest / election to be held in the counties of this State Car rcraaudlnn, 1, 1860. .
Treasury.. the said Collector shall determine the same October SJi,1861. 84 tdR of theSiiwanneo River composing the first Congressional 'w Special attention glven't the salo of Cotton T.lolueeeFebrlnry I.i- .
S.-The' of the bonds of the according to right and justice.;' District, for one Representative to represent Mow, Idee. nnd ***"'
penalty several ( f Notice. to Pre-emption ,Claimant said District in the first Congress of Confederate 15? and other merchandize forwardedwith WORK I t WORK' I { *WpgK !
; Chief Collectors shall bo in the 13. The Tax Collector shall also assess a .
following of Aim election
Stales the
America. dnv
Near the Lint. on same an rare nnd
Georgia Boundary
sums t'J I*' double tax in all cases in, which no' return to be held In the counties of this State West of tin February 23 dispatch., 1861. 2.IyD.J.Tay1or 'JOle4.n' Fj1foiiJj; .

'Alabama............. ........." $60,000 has been mad ,'.nd shall include the Mine EVERY person any of the entitled Lands to In the the right fractional of Pre-emp-Tcwi Suwannec River composing the second Congr.slonn .

;t Arkansas.. ................;.. .. 40,000 in his list, and for weuty:one days after ships adjoining Georgia Boundry Linn l I. rcqn,\ District, for one Representative to rrpesciit said District HOUSE fiyilDERWGENERAL: -
'4.' Florida..... .;.....??'.......;.... ,80,000 the said first ot December,1 he shall hoar red to establish the sam before mo and m.ike paj, In the first Congress ofthe, Confederate State ,
V Georgia..t".... .;........... 75.000 and determine all applications for a reduction ment therefore, at my office III Tillulmvrc., ns soon of America O !(
,a,' Louisiana,..:,.....'............... 60.000 of said double tax: as practicable after seeing this notice mid before This Jnt/el Probate throughout the Suite nrthcrch Jj: W UlAN9. O.pm1:
,. SI Mississippi........ .............. 60,000 the First Monday of April next, otherwise luch v to take due notice of I ho n\ol'e peonluiiiattonglve -A N ., .. .
,
f.' North Carolina .. ................ 40,000 14. As soon as tho appeals are disposed claim will bo forfeited the proper notice at the v"rlIre\ and INTICE'M :
35 fHonth Carolina......;....._..... ... EO.OOO of each Tax Collector shall, on'or beforethe ? HUGH A. CORLEY duets In thcircoiiiit'u'coniliictsald < Receiving Forwarding Agent, IUlt ro'pe"tMlylnform< ..the"*public l that
.
,y 1..Tennessee ,. .'.*.... ..... first of manner preKerlbcd by law and irake returns of the I have for the year 1861w
to' : 60000v. : day February 1802, furnish to Register of Public Lands for .Florida FERNARDINA. PLA.
Texar.-.. ..;.;..VJ.r.. .......1... 40,000 the Chief Collector of his State a' correct Ang. 21,' 1801. 28-w7tAwtdi: seine to theolliceoftno Sccrvtarv ofsijito. ; for Charleston Dully Line of Stcntncr Employed,a. nfl lnter off Hands, '
JIIIfo In Whereof, I have hereto s-t Agent _.
Virginia.:......;..... ........... '111.000a Tent'imony my :
: r and 23, 1801. rfouse
accurate list orall the assessments madein hand and causi'il to bo alKved the grent seiiUS l rll' 2-ly for the purpose of c -Ing on th' Building ..
Each Chief., Collector IIhalllmmedi.It his District and ot the amount of tax to J. B. COLLINS, [ ,] r.f tho State of Floild.i. Dimeut tiw Capitol, and General Carpenters business,i on',large ecnle.

ntely upon his appointment, divide the be raid }by each tax payer,collated in proper AGENT: FOIl i in the city of Tiillaliasxee hue Oth ituy of SH'p' L. DOZIEK., 'J,1Ef E. nn003IE: Any work entrusted to me will tie done-,
'- I State under his jurisdiction into such number -, tember, A. I). 1801. Substantial Neat and with' i
form, so as to show, in proper columns, ALABAMANSURANOE COMPANY, ILK PERRY, I A. Dozier ., ,, Dispatch, _
'" collection Districts as ho shall deem the separate and aggregate amounts paid OF MONTGOMERY, Governor of Florida. and I will guarantee to give satisfaction In creVy )

;: .. expedient, and report the same to Secreta. by each person under each head or olassU Are prepared to take Fire Risks at the usual rate!, By the Givenor-Attest;. FACTORS & COMMISSION"' MERCHANTS Inatnncc. 1 Imvo Incurred a hmsavyexpcn.e by the

ry of the TreaauryThe extent of these fication. Charter Capital...........$300,000 F. 1 VILLEPIOUE FCKNAIVDI- FI.A. hire of liiinds, and consequently am In hopes a liUernl .'
t Districts'will }be'.controlled! bv the fact, 15. The Chief Collector of each State Capital p"ltlln. ..;; ",.. ..150,000 Secretary of State. March 16th, 1861. '".1 ly public will extend to me a share of patronage.
0'that' the compensation of the Tax Collector shall, on or before the first day of, March E. II. METOALr",Sco'y. I W. U. BIBB. Pros': September 14th, 1801. 1 8t I will contract for work In any portion-of JellVr- '
,, Sun or adjoining and.will do It' fair
It is limited March 9, 1861. 4 cllntle. on .
c to $800. ly 5N W
t next, forward to tho Secretary of tho Ti easnry rl. and liberal terms any.ouo \: 44 ;, :, 4 4. Each Chief Collector will nominate a a collated list of all the lists and assessments Storo; fox Sq1.o. _''D.>- % :orohan.1: : ; M r Persons at I distance a whiting Housr built,'repulrlng -

. \; !Ii. .Tax Collector,for each Collection District, returned to him by the several Tax undersigned offers for sale, on reunna'M -ANI MEAT KB IN- or any description of work In my line,can

'. v and report the name for the approval"" of Collectors in his State, which list shall class TIlE terms, the mUCK STOHK; : 1I0USE.EII.!: SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, ) liCRII'l: ulc ciott"tl address inentilontlcdlo, Florida, and they will receive
.. the Secretary of the Messrs. Marvin,ami bHerring. Irompt nlentlon. .
Treasury. 1hE'su.Tax ify the amounts assessed! in each Collection adjoining recently occupied .
TALLAHASSEE PEN & GEO. R. E. [ JORDAN
ANI OIXTLIMKNS: FI IlNISIIINU OOODH
Fennoll & Shehee. It Is situated! In FULFORD
Collectors shall be selected from those who : an ej-
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+ District each subject of taxation un. TALLAHASSEE June 8 13U1ON ( ) P..S.I have also hired an ?' -
upon ,
eellent business of town and Is really do TALLAHASSEE FLA. excelent.
9- portion a : 1'el.dl
,' .s .are now employed to collect the tax of the and therefore be -
/ der their heads. "would happy to'
: appropriate slrahle of For further : roehe
piece particular anJ' ALWAYS oJrs
property.
after Monday' ,June 17th, 1860, keep@onhllll.ICluthsCnd.imol'cs. '
State unless forbidden Pn"ol II Dig, Clean Wells. .
the
or Repair
tL. government, by 16. The several Tax Collectors in each apply to O. W. HERRING. ,
gi>r'11111 on this Road, will rrfn follow: Vesting4, Fancy Coaling, &e. which ha U ) *
!fi: laws of tho State. State shall, on and after the first day of Montieello. August 81.18111.9.t,\! {, I.KAVK t ARRIVE.AT prepared to inuko up to O'dcr. in a workman-liLo .January It, 1861.. T ..rt. '\

.. 5. Each Tax Collector shall take the usnal May\ next, proceed through their respective Lake City..8, ; a. Montlcvlli ., .. 0.45 a.m. manner,and on the most reasonable termn.
-r: 4 oath: of office and shall Rive bond for districts to collect the tax assessed ctice. .- m February 2Ath, 1860. ly The Besftnd Mosftecffioole f
,
io the faithful performance ot the duties of the several tax payers. Each Tax Collector upon. PERSONS bringing Woo! t)- the Fuctary for tile Tallahas, 1.20"1. 8t.1111 Tllluhl.oe.l...12.110 p.m. ,l', .
office'with sufficient sureties in of having It manufactured, IIIU.tban St. Marks,.. FL'LTO.'V FOUNDRY ,, f
"p. a Hum shall give at least twenty days notice of their names branded on their bags. I will\ p.in.Tulliiliaaaee !. 4,30 pj ,

.. t ,sufficient to cover the presumptive amount the time and place at which ho shaft attend not be responsible for any brought; not thus brunt I Montlcvllo OcUWkonee) ,. .,. 8 7,80 .. .tLL.tIf.tSSER. FLA., ; THE UNDERSIGNED lAS .ACEPA DAILYLine
-if ot taxes which he will! collect., until thai to receive and such notice ed. Nothing unilerone hundred pound will be received I" Lake ? of Scat clniwSlx route-
payment, City .. 1 a. in. JOHN CARD Y
I
Bum shall reach 125,000. shall be advertised in (manufacturing: Into cloth. Ptvprietor between QUITMAJf (the present terminus of the
The' one newspaper with. J. GILMER, Superintendent Connecting at 1"ltleollowith $tngo lino to niid 6 to 85IIorse Power Savannah .Mulo //inink/lUilrOud.) and MOHTI-
Chief ,
Collector each State STEAM'EXGINra.from /
t.fL in his district if there bo and it and with the
one, not, August alit, 1801. SO 4m rl'Oll Grouv'.rd\.n. Saynmmh Albany; best material and \voikmnnship CELLO I 'Those Conches run to connect with
-,. shall cause to bo; printed, :Tax returns, in in at least four public places in each town atid 0,1 Unn..I.1 to Spvuniuh ; at thc, Ockl"eko and or.'r cheap as can |lie purchased lnsNew the both the Georgia and faa Florida1 '
ld Cr.
;, 4 such number and form as he may deem ship, ward Or precitct within Jiis district Notice to Debtors? nUll Creditors.! ncu with! Stage to and from( uincy, and nt SIM.u York urany Northern City nod laid down In Finn It is Shnrteot 01 and Most Direct route (Ulrlnd.trv .
.advisable} in which each tax payer shall return lIe shall receive in Treasury ( 'kAvith Stage which will 1 leave rKewpurt oii da. CASTINGS for'Saw Mills, Gin Gearing, & ers from SavannahSt. 4e.n', .
coinor Marks
payment A LL PERSONS:: Indebted the estate of Paul II. arrival of the cars, and return before the c '
the property held by him on the first .' tl'III constantly on hand. SugarMillsfrnm J 2 to 18 Iiie Persons leat Ing lt 1 o'clock in the er.enlng .
,.; notes at any time which ho may appoint XVyJlarley, lute of Jefferson County decen pare < leaves.
-4'. .' day October, 1861, under the following within twenty days after the first of hereby notified to make payment to the undersigned The regular Sn'( o Line r'OI, Montie hlo "i olin Some dio..nter Beautiful also patterns on hand or of made iRON to RAILING order. "JI.reach:, Svolnn',.1 L.o'clock 1L MATTAIR.next day. '

,4fri' .1!If.; classification. May and on failure to the sa.no within ; and those having claims against mild deceased leave for rooverilia upon the arrival ''of the* .! Grave Yards, die October S7thy86r..t 87-2s '
' 1- I. Real E.ltate-Iuc'lIdmg all lands therein the said pay will present them within the time prescribe 1*. M'trnln ; but wli-niu many'as six offer/or Gto. JOBBING WORKof jt I
twenty days, the said Collector, by by law this notice will be In bar of their al tb'sem4ptionsoxecth.d[
or plead
: an extra stiife nil! heave llonticelln,
_
and all interests thereout including ver.vU. upon with neatness and de .
growing himself shall pnt<' All orders uj.lrewedto Fnlr_ Wuruiiig I. .
any Deputy, proceed to recovery. FRANCIS:' hARLEY Adm'x.September21 of the 9,45 A. M.: thn giving fiinnliea
:'E-- Ferries; ,. Bridges, Mines and .tho distrain the IIrrllll John Curdy, TulluluiKsee,Flprldu,w ill be prompt RroV'reby forewarned against
, .' like. goods, chattels, or effects of 1861. 3281U.DT and partes an opportunity of staging in duylighl ly attended to. JSTfERMS C4b.ll. (j%? L:Er.N' the tract' cuttln-I
trespassing
- will bo woJ upon
t delinquent and to of them tri. run on Sunday.C. .
any dispose as Nov. 8, 180Q '
[39-1yJ JOHN CARDY. known as the "Walker I'laeo.: I determined
_.* II. Slaves. is required by law. [DD M !? T. W. KYFAN. Sup't am .

'L f 111. lcrchandiz8'mbrncing all goods-, 17. Each Tax Collector shall be provid- 00 par 1; :n. 0 :x.Ia 1. p. June 15th, 1861. 18-tf JTIILLCKS 4 IaAII.UIOIE, t upon prosecute said laud.any and You every must person not expect found to trespassing get wood,,

wares and merchandize, held for sale on cd with a }book in which receipts are print fTMIE Copartnership in the Practice of Medici. Insolvent jistate Notice. S 'SUCCESSORS TO ithont paj'lug for it. 'I K. W ALKEIf

.:- 1st October18tJl, except 'the agricultural ed in 'duplicate to bo filled sip in duo form JL heretofore existing between the undemignu l. I, "PATTEN & MILLERS, March 16th, 1861. l.tl
t products of the country. under) the name and style or Doctor TAYLOR & STATE OF FLORIDA, ) DAVID WALKER.Ad
for each One ot these Cotton Factors
stall Commission
taxpayer. receipts Merchants, and
PALMER, I la dissolved Dr. Palmer'
by going to
,
ininUtrutor of
IV. Dank Stock. County. \ the Estate: JEWELRY I JEWELRY !
:** bo be delivered to the tax and the of the 2nd Florida Jtfer.o. n "
: payer, Virginia Surgeon Rtgluwu. of ,late of said county ,"'e.u.J. @ AMO
r V. Railroad' and other CorporationStock other remaining: in tho book shall be forwarded The dissolution to take effect from the lit of Juno,,' log t1ed in mv office a written siig ettlon of the 1lv.in ANDREW J. MILLER, ) [ ,- Of course a store wo11 be conlldere Incomplete ,
: *' to the Chief Collector of the State. ry last past Dr.Taylor authorized to collect the solvency of the estate oi said deceased f SAVANNAH nrn. without !" -
-j VI.-Mouey at Interest-Including the 18. As soon as the sum of ten thousand Notes and Accounts due to the lute linn"(.and those Therefore notice I is hereby given I to all 1"1'11 ."AInm J. MILLER, }} ulJ.IIi4NtY lisa .iltetoa Lady's or man'adr,1 we
Indebted are earnestly requested to call on him and claims demands J. I'AUItAJIOr.E, ) i-pucht out a variety of good Jewelry, such
principal sum of all belonging lmIng or di'ueuwd, tr
;r money to dollars shall be in the hands of against 1.1.
Tax Breast
-' any (pay their dues, as we need money and wish to windup tile them in thc olHce of the'Jnd Probate of M a* Rings Pips Fancy Articles,Chains.Gold
'. any other person than a Bank, upon which Collector, he shall pay over tho same.to the business of the firm ut an early 11'1ll. \". sid County on or before the- tir.it t of December EEPEK'EN-0 andbilrer Watches, (among which may be found
interest is paid or to b& paid by the debtor, the Chief Collector ot his State, and on'the : W. TAYLOR- liext, ,ben there will beaprorata div Oi-tribiition or .lion M Baker Lake c ES :Florida tluflelcbrated American Watch,) 'en. and Pensl'

as the same stood on the let October, 1801, firs day ot'eaeh month he bhall make duo T. M. PALMER- the assets of said deeel.t, the creditor, John JIIt.It Stnr.ler. E*]. CIty, Floildu,, # Al w will be. II at aching price
.' and all invested individuals in Moutlcello August-6th, 1861.% 2 .8m' thereof audal IImOl1 Du\ld Ilmltol J. CIIACB 4 SONS.
by
Wallce
money ; lion
such Chief II II '
4 return to Collector ot all inoii- ,hlel tme Toke; UeurgiaExllou October 17, 18(10.( 8T-ly
the purchase of bills, notes, and other securities received by him during tho wlllllly for *. from the iuluiimiistratiou LSeward, tr -_10ntcl
eyes preceding FISK 8 METALIC
- 4 for'money, excepting, in all cases, month and 1 ot the from whom BURIAL CASES, M. 11. STIUl. S Alex Smith, E, A.1M LIVERY STABLE
persons received hand and for sale Judge Probate. ACCOUNT.I
iizeb.coiistsithy on by E .
the Contls'of tho Confederate States. ALL l'"rrllulre. Quitman
and shall pay over tho sameto: the TUml.lYYON:, ::; May 23th. 1861. 15-Cm J Caraway mlth. Uso,, Madison, hAVE placed all'my Ltv. : Stb1e laountl
-c VII. Cash on hand or on deposit in Chief Collector. ( 1 MoQticello, Fla.,March 22. 18:111.: ly A M Casun, Es1.I ForlJI theliHn'laof> J.-B. COLLINS, Esq.. for collee.

-. Bank or elsewhere. 10 Each Chief Collector shall deposit, INSOLVENT ESTATE NO ICE. E J ,Vann Esq. I.' ton;'I ld alt person indebted are urgently Ilct

VIII.: Cattle, Horses and Mules raised weekly, with Treasurer of the Con fed. .. :J"otioo.-; \. STATE OF FLORIDA, ) hENRY KIUKLASDJefeno Simeon Smith, Esq, ValdosU, Glrgla. ,to.cal. upon absentwith him and the settle.eithenby and elb'rute.

t i for sale, not including such as are raised ate States, or with such Assistant Treasur. DURING my absence, at Fensacolu, niy brother, Cuiliaadiuinistrator of the Mujor 1LC Young Thomas County. Georgia therefore.desirous that this VolnW" be closed an
- 4 : merely for foodand work on the W AI.KER.U my authored agent to of James Mr Dickinson d Parrauiore,Madison, Fla, soul
plantation or or Depository as be designated tate L Kirkland, lute of Jefferson County, up. .} > II. K.
may by August iltb,
transact and all business In 18B1. .
bebalC: 28- AJi
or farm"whore they are held. the Secretary of the Treasury all any my teccld, ha\'in" filed in the Probate Office( a written y I Jun. 5th.18dl, -
M. W. l-tl
moneys WALKEU that '
he believes the estate of eaU'
; IX. Gold Watches.
; -, \f uigetol
received by him from Tax Collector prillltb. 1 861.* 8tf '
any : Jum to be insolveutTherefore tl'esh Linl ,
X. Gold and ilyerPate.. during tho preceding week, and shall make ,notice Is hereby given to all 'person ; "_BOOKSl J BOOKS J MrplII3 ..

. .XL Pianos. special report thereof to the Secretary of A GREAT SOUTHERN '< having claims against the said estate, to appear and Made in Jefferson is a new Feature we hr Introduced th
XII. Pleasure file the County Hal- X trade of inconvenient
Carriages.XIIL same with of Probate
tho Judge 11.1Ooullty MonUeelo I.
Treasury. tbe
Bank or Corporation Stock not 20. On or before the tenth day of June [[F bl IB1J! I? [p [g [Flc on or before( thir da V of February next, the peorJe to lud by or every work they
duly returned by the Bank or Corpora / VNoraboutlst Jiiae next the Georgia when there will be a pro-rata distribution of the The undersigned keeps constantly on bund large may peed ; therefore we hare brought out a fewvolume
next, each Tax Collector shall make returnto Weekly quantities of Fresh Lira of the of the
\J Telegraph will bt iiuds belonging to spla estate the crcji ,and will forward the bami Standard Work country
to
s' tion. -. the Chief Collector of his State of all SB columns, In the enlarged" Eight }"Ilteaaod tars thereof; and at which Inong said Henry per UIIIJ. to any accessible polct on very rea and a* the case may-demand,. will Increase
4 t Tax payers )include all individuals andc'rporatioos taxes remaining unpaid, and of the measures of the largest papers In the aggregate world,and; making presenting it one a Kirkland will apply for his discharge fran the admiuUtration Inu bl t"ml stock Among our lot may be found.Shiakespear' .... out

-_; ": owning property, except beads taken to collect the same ; and the perfect summary of New, foreign and domestic a. of-naid estate, urderddreS to meat ootlee1u, Florida, *Poetical Works;
of families whose whole property subject said Chief Collector: shall advise well as a large fund mUctllaneou matter. This M. IL STRAIN \11. prompt attention.JOHN Byron'Poetical Works)
to tax i Ls of value less than five hundreddollarL and direct such further thereupon he magnificent sheet will be publuhe fo.Two Do] Anggat 3,.ZS*! (Mm( ) Judge, of Probate. M R.\80R. Moe'Poetel Work t' '.
> measures as may lara per anouw.ln aJvUee alwa}'*. <. February. 1861. 52 Ptlcl Works .
deem requisite for the speedy collection of For th.ltet lhu MACON DAILY THE NEWSPAPER OF OUTI1.a dfiott',Poetical Work;
The ot and Schools n.WIrou TIE ;
property Colleges tlxxsame. ,ill al*.> be eJ. Notice.NoticeNotjce.Ja11 Cooper's .;
is and of charitable or religious corporations 21. Five per cent. per month will: be $5,00. Address orders, enclosing el1r luouey, rret The Cbl\rltto. Icrcury S Burn'* Poetical Work*{ .
O' association actually used for the Georgia Telegraph Office, and lien 10holl'a Work"
Se'ttle
purposes charged to all Collectors for all M uo futest !
retained Gives the aud
moneys rtllaU Wltlcal;
Pillar of Fire
!S8lb, 1880. 10.t v Th.
? for which such colleges schoolu, corporations in tbeir possession beyond the time Mcoo Apri mcrcial and general news, from alf|hairts of COD.tin, "[ER JOHSSf, Butt A CO. have.plac Frrlnce of the Hones of David f
' : .. of associations were created, is i exempt required by the regulation*. world.. lusf.I'correapvuduiits furnish by Nail _L my hand*all the Note and aecounu, be.' The Throne of David ;

: < from taxation- o, all public l lands O, G, MEMMINGER, Joct1tonK. and lelegn/.b./ suit e8Iy.Ont.o.vr .thlg longing, to wild frm or colltlul'lud Mttleuufct. And many other works to numerous t mention .
4 and property owned by a State for public Secretary of the Treasury': of tnndplrealq great el. u an A111 ladi auf by America. day, settle the
; also, all real owned and o rope early Iwe; tbo Indebted With a foir-vf worta .f FICTION .
purposes estate SSs- by account, ill call
Wed fyr carrying on its business by any MEMPHIS, Oct. ..- A telegram- from 'A'l! jj" ''Oa0'1j Jit "I thf South rtaifti tptrialattention*
corporation which has made doe return of Dowlin'Green,announces that Gen. Duck. ; *, Right i Politically* resistance,.lutf sk-uicutand JAwnry rvpreMuU advocates the.States att ntloiT is.respectfully ix-questelta th* firm are sew Moutlcclla store o(; Oet.1th1S8O.T. If 7-ly* SON .

iu capital stock. ncr took Hopkinsville, Ky., on (he 1st inst. X..a1ze1 s, :1.an.ks: of Southern State4i(| tli righ uuion. anxlomj to arrange (heir business In same satisfactory -
1 The Chief Collector shall furnish a lIe[ captured 600 arms and S cannon. The Cards &c. sail fttUblLJiing their uminUiaingihdr dissolved manner,as the suon UI lLbIejiId. frwbnlng been ; C. O. Fife
urty. by withdrawal ( *
rJ
sufficient number of these forms to each Confederates numbered 2000,and the 1200 Executed 'itb neatness aud.dupatvh at tb.. olilci Daily. Mereuryl 'fclu aJvloei. ...HO 00 W tl therefore, all inUreted H'ill tyill Immedi / OMNSltJEfurNestb Carolina t take aeW .
& Tax'Collectnr! and, also 1 ,..such other forma Lincoln troops,who lIopLinivillefled the 'Tri-Weckly .... I 6 make the necessary airunireineufc koovladgmtnU proofimolbesdeaud Mart &
"Family Frleni"r ttxleu the on Land. 4 ,admluUter oatks afflnmaUou.
i'opejier 01
i o rim oftoinpanUt tlu gages
u bo shall deem exjKrdieut ; and he shall at their arrro ch: Nooo.l1"' hurt. I: .****lr f irt4mx>*&lgTvry effort. ,1 I B. KUETT, Charleston, wJ. May,p1861., l LU W. -DILWORTH.. ana take depotiUooa, Ac.19Residence .

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