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) .. I" .......n.........;...... 6000 a< Phelps next W Captain irate Congress. t and Middle Florida. Sure Ploop1 rhotograpkt in Oil U. .
1 .. I" ..... ....................100 oo trophies.llosser Captain 20.ly MONTH DELS: .O, IJ., w ,i* Wfitr Uoo'" *
was the first Captain in the skirmish
toHfktJin! .
Estate Inc1legA1"Nollce. be the the In P/iotcyrafkt .dill. .,
to charged / 10NTIXUES to carry on s .
1 lAme a* transclent Advertisements except though his company was in ,the rear Notice A. IVolcri M. D. \J all Hi branches) ,and will beplwscd toned ,. In fact, we are prepared lo fill all order of every

Notice of Dismission as Administrator for of the column. Captains Caskio and, Me-\ HUE subscriber I 1. desirous nf I .I lo Monticello.Florida, will a portion of the patronage of the public. Ornamental every description and warrant Mtltfactio'B. In every
i" which the charge shall bo ,... ... ,... 1000 Gruder would have doubtless' snado their jL money to pay his DEBTS. !remove of Medicine In all Acute and work done in as good .t'le.s can be accora, Instance charge. .*,ifcf''w.J' ;is3*
Advertisements handed In for publication not *pccifylng mark, as they stand high in the Legion as other method !elfvctlnl as to let Prlletee. may be found at all hour, plished by any one In the Slatel Entire etl.f.e'i fluerr pesoeceaed Persons
.L: : th A.I1nmber of insertions to be pnldirned skillful and brave officers had they not this notice that he is In want and le absent. at hii residence,on lion is guaranteed In every case, and work done onreasonabietenins.
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till forfflPand in accordance with above justice to those lie is indebted E.1Irg0 siiandlored In oil equally
any
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;; loale. Chllr\\d\ been detailed at head quarters oa other ho should it corner .f the Public Square, West *" ) I
make known. the well from .
Hotel. jar He will llkewl superintend matingand as lle. \| |
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-r _I' _.__ duties. Tho reason why other companies, THOMAS 1860. burning of Brick .
FOil SALE with their officers, are not noticed by your Miccoslkle, FlA., O
1 correspondent is, that Captain Ro !\er'8 I IColicrt Scott, wishing rortriiits Twill plenselcsvethuJr
Finding it Impossible to conduct a newspaper on company cut up the enemy so quickly thai SPECIAL MEDICAL I JIojnicELLo, FLORIDA, John M. Palmer, order soon, a* our Artist will not remaiiylariftg the

: the Cl'oditSystem, during a crluls like the present upon their arrival at Toney's they had nothing J\A .S much notice a nlll I give detest me the, I am : bs Professional Scrlee.to the citizens -Dealer in- hot We season.have also just, introduced jf aew> !!f a| bemmntitmilstyle >. '

In monetary affairs, the Office of the FAMILY to do but to pursue the .scattered L Lfugiaves. from feelings prompted by no vicinity. PROVISIONS AND GROCEUIES of oil colored I'hotograph.,calk-d! the 1)1 Al'..

FRIEND Newspaper U I offered for sale at a very In this skirrash not a"rider was I doolie for gain, but I do affirm that I : 8m'VI. FL'A. I HENOTVPE, whch are .'mtre.l,, {

reasonable price. It Is doing a good credit bust wounded or thrown, or a horse fell. The 1 warrant to cure 'Jl'lal"1 or : *. Diluortli, January 6th, Of 11lj.tf Vlelken any pflrt-of the copntry, at abort.":
f, liouwi residences
intention of hess i also lslnp8 ; \>r ,
and in tho hands of ( Jiurryins on to Charleston
ness a man not dependent ,
upon I III for Y AND COUNSELLOK AT LAW taken and : 16In )llel.
ply to me person. My fee ec.lorem.4fdesmred.8iae20by ,
the cash: income of the office,will prove A profitable hanging Pierpont and burning; the, deed dollars-for. the latter fifty Ja MonticcHoJIousc." Ambrotypes and Mela>otyp s,ill.lzlld, prl-r

Investment For farther particulars' apply to the steamboats and by a rapid march rl'tlll'lling c I atk my brother physicians not '. .lm' jCall and !I I'
:Editor. October iii, 1801, with prisoners and booty had: to be abandoned : harshly), but waitthe l Isle of a In the ( the Middle Clr W. M. HUMPHREYS PROPRIETOR see Specimens -
r as our horses were.found to be unlit worst e'sc thatann brsent or Florida.and in the District Court of December I1GO4tY
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rT" } War In Western Tlrgliila.' for another rapid march. THOMAS K. HAVING PURCHASE!* THE 'ABOVE A
October 12,1861. -ly of Col. Bl.icU.tirn. 1 wl'I t be / B WJII. IVSLIJSSER
Yours, fcc., JUSTICT.i 'leased to hare the patronageberetofore cx..I!. ,"
A BrillianT ( ; NbFthJnicIrFCopper : -
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8kinnish. i _.i i* ('. G. ., -
Sale of Public Fie tended to it conlinl d. I have also bought a lot of
'rotn'th. For the Family PMend.' COCXSELLOB: AT I; new furniture, which ,, to the comfort and '
Richmond 'I..IJ Ti/andSheetlronWares
[ Dispatch.i ] LA.W. C. ( :
tire Geo.
Queries. Adjacent convenience of my Iy table will alway D ;
Editors of the Dltpatch: The fight nt"Toney's" Is : il Florida. I'csupplled with the best the market can afford. ,. ,ea.rWIIOLESAt'E (t-w ,
that
hereby ,
1st. If'a clean suit of clothes given on 'elo
will be : improves I NOTICE AiD ItKTAII.
ever recollected by those October next I will ly March 24th I860 ly, ""' IEA1IIN
who won its laurels, or participated in its a man's moral cbarnct'er. how many clean I public auction,In my office( at __ .. M J U .t. '
,A toil and/hardships./ Tho length dnnger,*I suits will it tako'to make him a Christian I f vncAnt.lreycd land i in the u. / ; ) ; (O 3 French,QermaA, English& [w1g1 Ooodt.:

And rapidly of tho march, and the boldness I 2nd. If .one uniform will make him a hlng Georgia smug which the boundary on the loth line day of OF FI ORIDA. [ MADISON, FLORIDAJOHN [) .Home : nirfArlcle of .'

ofthe men, scarcely find a parallel in the I . '
drilled soldier how uniform will ittab longed to the United States or Proprietor,
many '
L 5 ,
: : !history.; About MILLER .
page two hundred! cavalry T'rini Cath.-Xothlnir received T3 >ll",' antme) I'ro I -
make General pu
1r tinder'the command ot -Lieut.;Clark to a ? sid land except gold amid silver prletor respectfully JB.solicits a *li re of|"xit, ? STOYEHEAUqUARTER8.
1. IOn. left Hamilton just above the "Ilawk'i i ir 'Please give the foregoing a place in yout solvent bank, Minimum price ; for Election of EIcc rOlla e. tr The House li sittint.-d! on time street A full supply aTwayson hald'of PAU-

Nest," on the Oth inst.,' and reached "To columns and oblige I 1)oN'r'KNow.: twenty-five cents per acre., and VI e-Prell. leading from the public square to the Railroad d>pot.November LOR and ROOM 8TOVE .C >COOliSc trimmed .
/ : I.er.n.de.lrng to purchase are. I Confederate States ol 17, 1860. '. wIth neatness, to give\ mrfcrttatlsfnetlon.
Dey's'.on:the Coal River twelve milei' tie ,0
|\:Camp Bartow, Oct., 1861.dltttti.att1Jtl1. that this does not r .' 11t\hrrntel
; above Charleston about. 10 A. M.ion: ', tbe. advert4melt Representatives to They wnl.. .net3' t
| IrAnto.1 t 1.,1 the 1WI$ F. ItOlI.X. GEO. 8.Koux any part of the.country *f\Ju,3jff( a
.t 12th ins.' a distance of eighty miles; one] C or Internal I 101i. GARDEN ANh-PIRE
& Co. ENGINES-
..; the troop either in a fulL gallop or strain f and Overflowed Lands. ef authority Tested in me by law, '
ing of the horses for the last miles ... HUGH A. ON M.FERRY, Governor of tlStt. Rotary Suction, and Force 1'umps, with Kubbrrlionattachfd '
twenty .. .' Register of nrderan election and for .nipplylng'PIuuitutloim ,EIil'! -
,"" _4: t hereby to Receiving Agents
To reach "TonoyVUthe Coal River was For the .of said State on WEDNESDAY Forwarding with water fruni wellscisterns,.oJ ,En >inc SmokeStacks
forded ninety seven times during the night L Lc To the. Plaulen. of Jefferson CO..III Aug 10, 1861. 20-1111-Oct. NOVEMBER, proximo, for four Eleo. made to'order.:J*. t., .
',.. of the Uth inst.,'under*.Violent storm of I .. I Plo..a. order of Ms Excellency and of the Conf d General Commission tyShop Work *5f every desorlptlon itonebjrthe i ,
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.; rain and in the darkness so Vrofornd.that: L '|'IIE subscriber havfng, been appointed by"'z.lr. tii tDy salo U postponed until ;; .. Aim on tho same day, an Me1nk tended very best workmen. .,,' Al orders promptly[ av-'
one's hand was invisible. *A torch had to -L iltemniingcr. Secret iry of the Confederate\! In April n xtOctobr held In tho counties of this State Entt Fcrisasadlnmirlii'Speeiaiittention to. '! : ,
an furthoConfederateStates 5th,18(11.( % River,composing the fit Congres sole TallnbAlee,Febrn"ry. IJ8CO, 6My
be used at every crossing of the The Treasury agent to re I {37" given to the of Cotton
nvol' ,
celvo subscriptions of Cotton and other produce, for for ono I Representative to represent hides, and
:3 Laurel Mountain had to bo crossed in file I tlio defence of our country, I may say, already I a Notice to l-re-mpUol ; the fleet Congress of Confederate 30' Cotton an Pro, lce gvncrally.merchandize 1'lr"'lded WO1tKSt0UK! : !! .

c without' horse falling or a man dismount goodly I number of the citizens of Florida have subicilbed Near LAs Otorjia .olld,. Also on the same da V an election nithcnre and dis|>atcli. .
: log;where no one before, even among the liberally of their mc"niln money as wel pi-ruin entitled to the rl cUlnt..1 of this, State \%'e.t of tho Fetmruary23lS61.1. / Sly' -Jordan',Fill ford l. '
inhabitants ot that mountain had ever dal'edto I as produce and ,it Is believed that the planter o!f EVT.HY any of thu Land in the ( ml".inl th .
thread horseback.this rugged, steep,and prccipitou. JuRVrson any otherscction/ln county>will responding not be found promptly behind to those thccal o f shins red to adjoining etUiblUli the Georgia sinia: before me ,Congress" of the to CuufuUrntii rcpesontiMidUH Stated II .T. ')'nyIOl'; HOUSE BUILDER. "A AND D' GENEIiAL
path on
of our country. It proposed that no Disturbance incut nt otllue in ,-- -
; For many miles th'o road was overhung shall be made of the usjul arrangement of each practicable thercflr after my seeing this Probnto. throughout, (tIme State are 'OOMSfll3300N D 83 OUAj'fi. O" ENTH

by the loftiest,precipices and skirted b;): planter for selling tile crop but that he shall simply I the Firtt MOII\of next to tnke due notice of the above proc NReceiving D- :
impenetrable thickets of the laurel l and in Indicate tko portion he is willing subscribe the claim will to lortelt d.Apl.j the proper notice ft the sevnllprc MOXTICELLOV; .%?:,, !". FLORIDA.
timoand place of delivery, and the factors in whose counties-'conduct said election in the and I would
most
"' 1IUOII A. I Forwarding Agent respectfully .Inform the public that .
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Where the .
very region traitorous sons o I h"ndslt is placed for s ile; and shall order time lilc I- Register of Public by law and irako returns of the Ihnvefortheyenn186tEmployeI. -. ", ,' .
.r Virginia and marauding Yankees had: 1.01.! tor to exchange the procee Is of sale of the subscribed < Aug. 21, 1801.\ 28 of the, Secretary of Slate. FERN ANDN A. FLA. '
I lected for ambush 'plunder and blood portion for Confederat 1 feuds, bearing 8 peeeut.Iutereet. r iI.'v Whereof, I have hereto s't my W Agent >lly Line of Steamers.' ): nunVber. of Hands:,

Though in the nest of traitors our moi I As good an investment, I think a* J. B. CR180.1 to bo affixed the greit SCH Vcbrujwyll.lSmih. 2-lyi. tenths purpose of cam Ing on the House Building
r with the rapids of the river boiling; at their! can now bo mode. .;iIn.A [ ) of Floi ida. Done nt the('1\1.1., < and General QirpeiiUc rs" bu.lneM, on a bingo nalu.
feet violent A form for tho subscription as prepared" at th e AGENT FOil of Tall ilmi-ice (this Oth tiny S"I .nozitcit. j A SIRS E. uitooiti. Any work entrusted to m.* will be d..ne- .
i ;a storm howling over their Treasury A. I>. 1801.
Department will be found at the Office o f ALABAMA :NSURANCE .
head the utter darkness rendered still ilou' the F.UIILFRlEYD.: where all who are desirous 31. 8 IE RY., I- Dozier, & CO., SubstantiaLfNeAt! and with DlpatcJ,

., per.by the glare of torch, with 'fcatlei' ;SzLr can hn\e a chance o. subscribing and the Editors OF MONTGOMERY Governor Florida. and I wi nuaranUc"to give "
hearts and good wills: continued the jour tho, slung time will take pleasure in giving any in !, Are prepared to take Fire Kisks nt -Attest: FCTO.RS" COMMISSION MERCHANTS !11M incurred a beup"lIle'l.flletlon by every tlm

4 through -the most broken and nit! 1 foi'motion that ni.iy be desired. *1 Charter C.ipitnl.... ,....,. ) I I.VILLKPIGUB. ', \Ai NDllFL.! .\: lire. of hands, amp! coii'cquently am hopes a liberal
,* nay of Western There will also be another these forms of sub Gipltal paid in..... .. i Secretary of State. March 18th, 18B1. S lywsssa- public will extend to mea shore of patronise..-
scenery Virginia. scilplion with WM. T. CARPENTER of Waukee B. II. O.tLF, Sco'y. I W. :, 13(51.( 31 St I wiilcoatract fgj-worklii any portion of Jefferson .
4f About three o'clock at niight on tho 12t1!m mi ,,"h. who, I have no doubt, will take great pleasure March *, 1801 J. PM or adjointng'cauntlef/aiid will do It on as fair
: inst., we. were informed that about two In rocch ing subscriptions and giving any luforma andliberal terms as any pub can possibly do. -

c miles below us, at Mr. Pack's, the onemj' tim required. \ JOHN flNLA YSON.N'o1i.oe. Store fox __ Ierohan1: T .11 or Persons a( a-disUnco wishing 101se. built, repairing

.4 would be found numbering fiv THE iinJersigned offer for sale -ASI 1>EAI.KU IX- or description of my line, l.1
about < : terms, the ] I I address nientilonticcllo Florida and
hundred. hl'ns ltIC8101 ) T'S OFFICE ItindOIu: they will re
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4 determined to Uickeven : A LL those indebted to the EilzAbeth- ilnry adjoining 'len.l. llrvin. Clothlll iclve. .
i ., : that force; but upon our arrival: thereabout I /I.. 80Idl rs'Aid Society. will please call and pay Herring. Fennell A Shehec. It i I. PEN. & OEO. B. R. } ANDGFSTLE IEY'S FIIRXI5IIIXO' GOODSTALLAASSEE.FLA prompt, aUcnllon._ JORDAN FCLFORJ

daylight; wo learned the enemy luu] over to subscriber immediately, as funds arenee.le,1 ccltent butiiicis portion of town, .\ :, Juno B, 1S01. P. S- -I have also bred an excellent well-digger

.: .left the previous. afternoon:. about 3 P. M by the main. Society K. IL I SIIACKELFOUD.3STOTI033.have lo report.onnextS.ituid.iy. apply sirable to piece of property. For O.W. Monday, June 17lh, 1800, Passeu HE ALWAYS ke"J.n IIlJ Clothl.o..im.res, and.would Clean therefore Wells/'to receive orders tuDig.
or Repair J.
F.
with them on this Uoad, will } ;
air. rauK follows
as a prisoner' run as :: Vestngs. *, wlihili he I Ii '
August 31,1801.- .
Janusrythl61. 47 tf
3S.Jcarrying MonlceUo to order. In workmanlikemanner : : lThellt1d'MQstdirect
< sixty head of cattle, and. n num .- ARRIVE AT "lke up a .
&! : horses robbed Vom? tin* Socesslonists Change: of :KTotloo.: .3 a.' Mopiticill..9.4.i a. 10. ,and on the most rrisonablc" terms.
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Schedule February 2.1th, 1800. *
in that neighborhood. We immcdi brlnglns Wool to the 111 Tallahassee,., .11 ly Route.
i tcly' went in and after OWING to the high price of provisions;itc, the PERSONS of buying it St. Mm ks....1 2,50 p.l .
: pursuit!
.- about raveling t finds himself nnuble. to sell Itrick have their names branded p. TalUliussee... 4,30 FLLTOl iOUNDflY ,. # -' -
twelve miles,' in 'full gillop, 'loiinJ at the price lie has hitherto sold at, and hereafter be on Oeklockonee, I -
fI not for ,
." .' their tracks with those of until further responsible any brought "m.// I TALLAHASSEE, FLA. THE USDEESIGNED HAS PA'ILV
e: three sriull: boys notice (or all Drink delivered U m1' ed. under one hundred Monticelio,.. '.80 I ; r' PLACED A
i.whom they had carried off as pri-wmurs.' -ard the price "'ill\ be NINE DOLLARS CASh, and\! ceivcd Nothing for manufucturiii! into cloth.' if Luke City... 1 a. m. JOHN QARJY Proprietor' Line of first>'|..Six hones Coaches on the route
.
Then the TEN DOLLARS Credit. : between (th* present terminus tin
Monticclli
wildest with
excitement moved the J. GIL Stage line to and QtlTA
Of course tli. pcoplo will see tho necessity for llt and with the STEAM ENGINES,from 6 to 85 Horse Power", Savannah lUilrond.) and MONTI-
ir troops. Captain Rosser, with hicompany. ibis adlitlonal charge without further explanation.JAMES August 31st, 188!. 29 to .S.ivunimh, svannllh... Albany to order, of the best material and work.manshlr CELLO These Coache run rons to coimwt n nli

+ were ordered to take the lead in the )pursuit ELLEN WOOD. 'Notice'to Debtors and, itige to and from;Qulney. and at k. and a and charge and off in full strain dashed October 19t". 18*I.. JIll If '. : [ which will St. York orany Northern City and laid down ID Flori It is the Shortest and Most Direct,route t.
along bis splendid command. ,Every ;'A LL PERSONS indebted the ) cars, and return leave before Newport the train oil d". CASTINGS forSawJililU. file. ,'Ac,, era from Havannab, St Marks,. ., J. ,.. _
;.. .e shout man: Valuable XX Harley, luto of Jetrerson constantly on hand. Sugar Mills from 13 to ISlnoh- ,o Persons1eaylng Monticelio 'o'clok'in th" e
M. gave a -some the Indian! war whoop- LandsIN are hereby notified to notice iHiymei-t ) Line es in diar.pter also on hand or made to only '. cola Will reach Savannah at 1 o'clock
Stage from Monticelio
'if and as the column swept' along like a thun: W1 JL U L COUNTY signed ; and those having ciuiins the arrival of the 7.80 will Some beautiful patterns of lON RAILING for ,I f. : -, r,j_, If.'yIATAI1t.
der-cloud driven by the angry winds of ceased will present them within the ; wimaasnianysssixoffer upon for Groo- Grave Yards, Ac.JOIiUINO October7th,186O. "> ? .87-2stf. .

heaven shouting the war cry of ictory, For Sa1.e.i by law. .or this notice will be plead. stage will leave Montiuello, upon with WORK of all descriptions executed

F the trno.women and girls of Virginia, on i '|"HE undersigned uffers for sale Five Hundred recovery. FRANCIS I 9 -4 A. M.; thus giving rannle.I John neatness Curdy and Tallahassee despatch., All orders addressed Fal.\Varnlul I r." -S
Florida will
.. may a farm along the road with tearful : Jand Sixty acres of Land,I lying on the Westside September 51,.1861. S2 I | of staging in daylight I ly t attended to. CSTTERMS CASH JKJ be prompt 1)EflSONS I. are "re..re against cutting
Wukulfii Kivir and bounded be wood or trespassing tract of land
;; on the & -t run on Sunday ) upon
t : ,eyes___< "clapped. ,"u their__ handswithjoy_ crying l hy saiJ river for three quarters of a iuih.. 'It is a L3T a C. T. W. SYFAN Sup't. Nov. 8, I860 [39 lyj- JO1IN.CARDY.. known as the "Walker 1mlaee.J am determinedto
QU iietv iiiuio iiiuea, ;::oouincrn HOIHICIS well timbered,, with Oak. Hickory and ull other C? o par t: xx o x> 18.U MILLERS .- pr.ecute.ny and erery person found trespassing
.k
; .r. I and the enemy are yours!I" Theie tidings kinds of wood. Two )hundred acres of this tract is rMIE UI.-UIOUE. upon said land. You must not expect to ret wood -

f gave fresh impulse to all, and the horses Hummock and Swamp! and Is equal to any land in _L heretofore Copartnership in bel the Puelce it Estate Notice. SUCESORS TO without paying for it. U-.,.K. W.ALE
inspiration of their Florid! for the rolling: of Sugar Cane, Tobacco. under the vxiKtliig PATTEN .1 MILLERS, March 16tb, 1861. 5
catching riJers, the naino and style of poitors .
)
DAVID
Cotton and Corn. A ; WALKER Ad
great revenue Is alio yielded PALMER, is tTiMolved Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
2':1: mountains seemed to well with the loud from the stilo of wood I by Dr. f mlnl.trtor oJJme Estate and 'JEWELRY
t ; am now sending wood to 1
shouts ot the men, and the sound of the the shipping! at St. Marks, for which I get four do). The Virginia!dissolution as Surgeon to take of effect the 2iI fium the Lite of said county,., deceased, hay. 1U @: (tU-IO"- Of course a JE'VERY.1.Incomplete .
( horses' hoofs lars cord. > a written suggestion of the in
and down I have
Wood
: up many a bleep per Landing and at the Hr. U .fce AMREWJ,3IL.LEIi1 ) t without tliis
r\'I..t p.mat. Taylor indispensable
rcqul-
j, bill. C Landing kind!}a Fish Yuri where, every fair day fi.h of Xot"iaudAecounu .lIth.ri. el.te oi said deceased WALTKK J. MittEn;' }[ SAVANNAH, GEO.I1ENBY ", eit to a Lady's or Gentleman's dress, to we' .
every can be caught and in the lit. ; is hereby given to all .
i The enemy numbering about two hun. son. Mullet in grea'. abundinee.; ,.running sea InI I.tt.lare earnestly requested to demands ajainat said deceased persons to J. ) have brought out a variety of good Jewelry sucru.

dred'and fifty, was overtaken at Toney's Tlio pine Lauds! h.tve a healthy growth of nines, pay their dues, as we nerd money office of the Judg.of I'roball of PA.BR.YORE0 as Rings lireast Pins', Fancy Articles Chains.Gold
up lh busiiie of the firm nt an early and bilver Watlhes (among which be found
and before the may
t1' aftera fierce resistance' in an apple and may bo worko 1 as a turpentine ,tirn -it being. first day of December REFERENCES : tbeeelebrated AmericsnWateh
.. orchard and an old field, 'was entirely only two miles .nJ 1 a half front H Walker's Tur.pt'lItlll..1JistiJIcry .T.11. M.W. will lie a pro rata distribution of lion James Baker, Lake City, nO.la., of which,will be sold at a,)living Pent price and PcnsilaAll by '- .

; routed and drive up the woods in the [ Monticelio, August Btb 1RG1.. *' dee"Iel amon the creditors John It Stapler, Es. Hamiton,1'orlda, -X.-,Jff-'-- T. J. CUACE 4 BONS.
There U also of ; said Jtov id Walker lion II
a aw
source profit whch .
just ,
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r mountains with a heavy loss of killed and and which opened :- from the ., J Tok miie G"rla .Yontl :October 27. 1880. 7-ly .
will make this the mo.t valuable place I la FISK S METALliJ discharge lminl.trlun Lx lion Ls.ard, M' : ; ;
wounded Capt. Rosser's company aided \\'"k 1111". I refer to the havana trade by steam BURIAL M. 1.81'U.\Y. 8 Alex Smith, Ea.. LIVJ5RYSTABiE; ACCOUN
. by half a dozen dashing bold soldiers from lxlllto twice month._ A man with a small force, aiaee.conetantiy on hand.and If E Parramore, : Quitman, .,
the other companies. Capt Uosscr took might!; iniike hundreds of dollars on Water-mellont, j\L ., THOMAS 15.Cm J Caraway Smith E.. Madison,fUrida, ItH.y placed all my Livery Stable accounts U
command of the forces front the feuches, .!:'.!. There Is no better laud in the'world'or Fla.;March S2,135K. A U Ca eh, ; hDdl of .J B. COLLINS, Enq. for collec
se first of .. E tlon
the .j ,
Indebted
the production of these fruits. ESTATE NOTICE. Vann, _' persons are u tYllcl& v".
conflict, and held it until the arrival of Col- The rane is inexhaustible for hogs and cattle. :N'o1i.oo: ; Simeon Smith Esq. Valdosta, Georgia .. e4to"call' -npon him and settle,either e.h

?+ Clarkson who being delayed on the road There is a rough; ("arm, .house: on the place, kitchen, mv absence, at IVnsaeola ) IIEJTRY. KIRKLAND Major lit/ Yong Thomas County, Georgia, nte.4..lau absent wit the VolunUers. and an
DU1UNG
r did reach the dairy h..uilOanol J jaJmlai tratof_of the n Me buaine&s should rio,
; not scene ot action until the corn one negro cabin WALKE, I.IY >rs I Farramor,Madison, Fla.*: t -
the There is also on this place a small VinevarJ transact aud all business In lute of Jefferson County August 21th, 1861.. 23- JJ upa.svai; t
t. enemy were flying up wood tor con which bore abundantly the second j'ear. I believe, any M.my V. filed in the Probate Office a writ- ly i *Jun.8thlai.} 'l.X WALER
cealment and escape. for the culture of and wine he believes the estate of said ; .
The enemy's. loss was at lest sixty killed try can surpass i1.grape making no coun Apri6Ih.1861. to bo innolveut -: resh Lthi : : $IOOKS 1 | '*. ;.
..t wounded and This valuable is hereby -given to all persons BOoK
fifty of
forty-nine prisoners and tract land is now under the
the recapturing of the horses, beeves trol ot Judge D. '1'. Walker and Major John Beard con A. GREAT SOUTIERN the said estate,"to ap|>ear and Made in Je t ; '!1"uI$ Is a new'f1e ee lr Sb3.mtrads ,
the
who will title Judge of Probate said cf for
perfect should
flf wagons, goods, and prisoners. bimstlf. on reasonable terms. a purchaser present 'j J 0 W & the third day of February aex rs9.lo. 3 ('t 'the to* send ,by mall,for every work they
!t. Capt. Kosser'a company cannot be too N W. WALKER / \N orabout let Juno next be i pro-rata distribution,"4the The endenigned ,. large "pt t therefore we'have brought oat a few
0W highly: complimented for their courage and P. a.-I will go with any one desirous of \J Telegraph will be lbeor tcSViid estate amongst the credi quantities of Fresh ill for* tLe'weaJ"to volume Mtb Staudr'Work of the euoU.

gallantry.. Although every one displayed chasing,at any time, to examine the place. pur, an.156 columns, in the aggregate; at which time the said henry' pir any .pit.o' )ry* rea- ag'ast.4 ca.may d..md. frill .II'
for discharge from the ad- .i stock. lot be
'Among
,
Sandy For4 of the 8n1. our
,Fla. largest In the may
all the qualities of the soldier a few instan- Nov. 24. 1860. 41 If U. papers world J estate, j} order addressed to me at Montioello., Poetical Works fuuld-
p' tea of cool daring be perfect summary of News, rvjgn( receive .'*- For4. Shkepr1 J
may mentioned. SAVANNAH MORNING well ..a Urge fund otwisevllAftqeu* KII-STRAIN ', prompt attention.r o \ fOlUcaVob.; !*
p. Private Harrison after killing his man, NEWS magoificeit sheet will be published (8m) .udge of Probate *- JOHN M' RAYSQR.'g ,' ,Moor *;
finding his carbine unfit tor further use, j ITULISUED BY'llIEODORE lars per animuumta advance atw.).... February- 9th. 1861.NoticeNoieetjce. y Homer's' Poetical Works5cottsFoetie4Works.
ip seized the man's musket'and dashed alone BLOI-i-W. T. THOMPSON. Editor For the latest news procurelhe Al E OF TIE gbUTII,. ; -
j ia the midst of the TEGIUII which wlllojso 4 ,:'Cp Poetical Work;
enemy,receiving shot .
&cL through his jacket. Cmrgat Daily Circulation sis thi Slate of Georgia 5.0. Addre.orders, enclosing | Mercury 41 i Poetical Work; t
_
Oa'll 'p TBen JobMon'
Georgl.1'eleapb l Work
a arndtSettle ;
k Private Wra Parnell to obtain a better Daily HONlit4fl !s.tca. "6 per annum IDadv8Oee. Macon,April 8lb1810.tce Macon ; and most relab political, com A rE&SRd, JOUNbOK. BIRD nave : : .'. ,'r'Tb.| Pillar of Ire __ '.
,
sight of the enemy and to shoot with great 1riW"UI' JfJr..i"g lOw puLlllihed every MOD. nw. ,prl of th4--U-L Mapy bands all the Notes,C. pl.ce. .- :5- Prince. 0 te of Da rid; 4.- -
er accuracy leaped upon the fence in .the day. Wednesday and Friday, at" pel' 8o"Um.' ISIOB.WOi \ cprl"noeDI of everything longing to said 6r.collation. and(tettlenunt. .AmIminy- other- work- ,Tb.Thro.otDyd j 1
most dangerous part of the conflict. -, : qYcdly: : Ndk.1. puLlt..ed. every HatlUJay at Ii I ; the great citli of Eu All tho e indebted bjraote will pleaae*all on me at numeU le u.
Private,Wiley Williams Pv annum. always in advance, .. an early settle; Ihe tame; those indebted -OEDE- StStf
; to be 1
expecting dyaod j With few'of
ordered a further pursuit while the balls The V TO ADVERTISERS. N1t Om i South r,* , Large Circulation of the "Morning N.w"luloth 1 'Outbt sad ettle by noto uy. Prompt e. a t.
were flying thick around him deliberately city and country and specially in families... 0'1 lend_, Illauk W Jfertury represent tiie State | firof I new(tore of* 4 SOlS,
dismounted and nailed a shoe oo his horse, Its Pally circulation! being larger than that of any La element,and .dvoAte the union anxious tf.rfe JptlJ r"ue.t4Mh brt elo 0 2 180 ) ,

Private W. G. Bernard by great presenceof paper in the St t_renders. it the beet possible me : Stm in maintaining their rights IleraUon a*poiijfcle":SLflBIPnng><>ui ': :-. C. a.: Fife, .
& ,
dium fur all those who with 0. .security ; the \
mind by his to make their business dissolved by v\3njuAp&fea. D. B. Bird._ J
quickly inclining head IDol want known to thi Executed Qadf tyclr.tnpdv.nee.$1O ( We hop ,.thetefor M .d to
. publU in a way which will dispatch \ 0 w t will call liumedi COMMONEtorNor Cre1. \k..
tideways saved his life a. ..
receiving a alight Insure tbs most prompt and profitable returns. ... ately,la arraDKementa. *
abrasion of| the Ala on big nest, from a j 8aptmbe3th.18aO. 0-t/ ofth'Fsin1ly Frieni" ,I talk aecompaniit.,9 IkI DU.WOHTU. pge.t; Lands icsJmInle&crpatka 4ffirmatioo ,

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Creation Date: October 26, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
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VOL. III. ,. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA-, SATURDAY:-- OCTOBERpfy. ;. 1861. #', NO.- 37 icIke


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We am a decided advocate of crinolinefor : hard bread. V movements in other quarters ; that having Address of Hon F. J Gotten to the Peo of horror and atrocity, which even the}Imagination ; /: "#'
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guui1u ltitntl. ills a capital substitute for many pounds I am in hopes that "Fcrnandins: is now served their purpose, thcso positions were pie of County Florida," shudder contemplate. :', ;V -- i ", <". '"
satisfied and it'lie i"i disposed to continuo abandoned not from fear ol flank O, myconntryen.rather than .Iokto tb.10" "
-flannel: or domestic which is really a move Fellote Citizen! Yon Me before yon a candidate est .a I would that 1 it
"/tal Jtatitia, rat CW m." burthcnbomc and oppressive. We also* fa. his remarks fui'llicr, lie can have tho privi- merit, not because the'rebels were awestricken for Congress without a party standing on no rick ern Sampson might arise and assemble pray n* all, with 1.&: -' \v,(, }' 1
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I ledge of doing so on his 6\vn hook. by the immense preparations going cty party platform, and without- a single pltca our wives, daughters and little ones, in moms tem "
vor it on the score of economy. But this Yours Ac.. .Junes. on in front of them,but because no object sponsor. \ *:' pleotLbcry.\hlewewereydrre.ldwltbon .' '.( .
F. It. riLDKS Editor. As I stand here of Jaokln.1 am thinkIng "
is ....- lt.et ,[ t.'t
I discuss.
a subject gentlemen ought not o -* could bo served by holding them an hour what you are of me. Many I see for oer -
Wo oppose the ladies intcrfcriing with po )fn. EDITon-Allo\v: mo tbl'Oligh'your longer. 'Vlllo the army of the ;Potomac tho first time. We naturally form an opinion of thecharacter rimins.thmrowtbattempleandailmbgiisperishbeneaththe, ''f.

,y Monticello : liticnl and other matters, and if we attempt paper, thus publicly to acknowledge tho has been intently watching): the irogressof: of it man at l.t Ilgbtnd Intuitively like I hop Southern man desire" a reconstruction- ,,. -"I Nt1 .;;
receipt of enty-sovcn dollars and fifty- their entrenchments and daily an or dislike him. How Impressions do of the Union. Its restoration I Is neither possible or. '
-.s to dictate: to them the manner in which five cents which was one third of tho net attack in front or in flank largo expecting bodies ol great injustice, Lnd how difficult It Is to eradicate delll"le By madness and folly,with a high hand ':.i 4
I 8ATTJBDAYMORNING, OCT. 27, 1861 they shall dress certainly they have cause proceeds of :a Concert rind them. If you think well elms, I pray you remainIn heart, thevdetermlne to rend and deracinate ;1
supper lately have into
troops that fuiui time confirm It, If "
'Vctl'r' you 1'1
bcen'throwl u'tllvo t the unity and married calm of States quitefrom I
to complain. __ given by the Ladies of Monticello\ and v i 1.,, Virginia and reinforce Lee do not, I prteot t the future,and their fixture," and they must abide the consequences. 4
q To Ad'V'ort1.sors.ltflltul'e e. ..... entity, tor the purpose of raising fund to and Zolcoffl'r.,. to that court of equity)' every,man carries in separation is final, eternal,complete. .-t. '
OUR FERNANDINA CORRESPONDENCE. be l expended for the comtoit ot the sick of s Washington this liU own 031. { The finger of Goals in the mailer,and a man bal I: r',

] we shall require prepayment : --- I the JefFerson troops. The same ntnuunt, Iwas morning i!ml ion to that fl'ol such suspicions! have do I whRt am U.right, and you tho should sentiment believe I utter I' men should to .well attempt to restore a disembodied spirit t Its .!. ""1"f'.

for all trancient advertisenients CAMP BAUTOW, Oct. 23, 1801. informed!, \\AS on hand for dipt.! I.a.mnr's fin-illy been aroused there and that instead! receive the approbation of your judgment"i i earthly Iylrlend.tenemrt. falter or be" -*, >:' '

from other than contract ad MR\ ,'EDITOK: As some sensitive indiidtial company at Pensacola, and Capt.Hia'II'lIt of Washington): being in d.uigcr: tho realperil I am not fluent speech, I dimoutle mu.tot. .,. dheotlge ,
has had his! choler uistuibod by re St. Augustine.This and the real field of operations: are graces oformmtory. nor am I skilled In the..r'ot! set "I from Fibs, we have -
vertisers., :Ihli regulation will be marks published in columns a my short i is but one of the many acts of thc hundreds of miles from time Potomac. Jet-Lunation; but In the practical affairs Ie Ventured on a long on an unknown sea.-
your Ideas of fur mere
are lie ,
ladies ret flewas
Jefferson morl.
itrictiyq4/erredio. time ago): in relation to the deficiency of county which tends co Mitnassas! is so admirably foitificil by 11 eloqncncc. Imprtnclthal *' hadhehmtaldcompllhf."e. .

patiiotism in Na snu county;and a!* he has strikingly to show their pati'iotism, and nccountft that it can bo readily held by lO. Lvt. mo recall to your memory a lesson from 10 3o have we an abiding confidence the truth-of :
warm sympathyJor those who arc ready to 000 eflieient twice their ly. "'rit. ( our truth <
assailed them in an article published in the men against number andjustlc. ohur.n.
m'Ve direct attention to the advertisetnent M-iilliloin .While Moses for his father in 1 ivr prnclpJe..he
last number oftho Fioridian and Journal defence of his country's honor *. This would unable Bonurecard to WRU Shepherd II* Iccmfl.bed t r more he I
of C >J. John Finlaysoo. of md lights. Jethr in the land of Mldtan. he was calkd by the anticipated -.So will an Instrument lathe .
< ngent / detach for ; in 's-
under 25,000 nwn operation Tennessee .
the non de gutrre of "Fernandina, "IJo the Government to solicit' subscriptions ol I fool in honor bound vindiciitn: those remarks III the name of the company I would re. and as many in Western Virginia, and his people out of the hands of the Egyptians. of mankind a new wprUl. So do I feel that awe
;" CotUwfand other produce for its support or t.-lo acknowledge myself in error, turn my grateful thanks: to all who contrilt vet leave him a contingent force of over "And Mows said unto the Lord." O my Lord I am are selected by the special favor of divine Providence .

.; c which shrill not do. Now, sir, it is not itcd in any w'isu to this noble charity, but 50,000. not eloquent neither heretofore, nor since thou haul to uphold the decree of bisdlspensatlonand -1
rnThe of the Soldiers' Aid So- pfrdally: to Miss\ S.illie Scott, Miss\ Eliza In c'ent.re the West will bo spoken unto thy servant( but I am slow of speech make manifest tboaYI of God to man. t
report desire be drawn into any hope "
t
.. my I) a controversy and of a slow "and the anger of tho Lord .'
city of tie) ''fourth district is unavoidably: with this immiiliml, (lor I find that ho, ns \\ illiams and Miss LizzieVirt: who, orig- permitted to nitninhat'f'r fOI'l'el she was kindled against tongue Moses." Then follows the dl- Away Boldly, though temp.t darkeno'eru. '.4hoist .'." -
well ns! niyKclf is ignorant of the polemicart mated nnd indetatiirably' labored to the; has ready or organized for the field to sup luc of mere not Aaron the Hi elch ; -
eloquence. "I
crowded otiWthig, week. Mr.a.I I I all sail white n*. .
of their and! takeilcasuroin lul botor .
..._ hence our remarks would' serve only completion design ; wo port those already:contending with heavy Levlte, tim3' brother T he can Ipeakwel Hope's beacon shines to brave." '' -

TIIK SrKKciTcT F. COTTON, ESQ to amuse, lather than edify the public. My\ his (fund will assuring bo 1 lit.hfuIlJ.helo1): tho fair: donors and expendei that. o.M". :. __in....'Velllel._Virginia..L_ _, ,Kentucky. _anditsoiui. -_ shall he shall be to be him to thee Instead instead of a Ood.of a".muth and -- ,.s... ..- ,. '..w I .'o....:

We before our readers to-day: patriotic only object is to state himplu! facts rind tpro'o 10 their wishes. ,AIIU i-omuig- WVI-K win prouaUVIen.lole M0 the Shepherd led the hracleln their exo /k .For the Family Friend.JEFFEUSOX ',\'
place ,hclII. IIlIU'O the of Nassau according : abUI.bnt opportunities for thci'r. bondage, their lAw. *
in
: !! people > t"OI" Egyptian ald W& 221801 .
;nnd eloquent speech (delivered by lint I have no desire to misrepresent ll.eni .W., O. G1UAKDEAU] ( Wliilo we do not. credit all git., ; >lc and benefactor. Aaron the ILL } COUN. Oct .

'the above gentle al1."iQt .Ma'rianna\[: last in the least! ; flin'out.t: I \believe that Capt.! Jefferson Hitlos.. : the rumors that burden the air it is very Lc\lte. with all hiscbquoncc What, only contrast gave between them 'U.E having' spent five in fro'D' m-.,' I

week. "Wo.take no part whatever the they, hate doio all that "...crnan inn." Camp ..utoOl't.. IStli, 1 18G I. c\.ilcnt that an entire change has been time golden.cal to. 'ollp.undertndlnor the man"slow of Fernandinm. a beautiful place,days presenting )"

campaign the nsflranU" "for Congressional! says they line done, but when\ palpable .. .. lallo the programme of the war by the ipeech and of a tongue the 'folly and an elevated appearance.'and every indica- H
will not stubborn facts aro nt hand to prove, the :1-Wc arc requested to publish the rebel commanders and that they. have deci. wickedness olhe man who could "speak well" ion. of health. I heard of but little sickness -
honor are cOI1lIucting'I1J: we led make the border Cll Uons < n.1 come not to praise the Cossar
to western tho field
| there is no use in making: concessions. following clcctioneeriny' notice. the ,

contrnry, I arrived ,
among troops or .
therefore be accused of putting tbs! forth of offensive operations.Glennc.l of party but to bury him. I am more disposed t ctizens '
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The undersigned citizens of Jefferson \ rejoice than lnmcnt at time death of the t'rnt at Fcrnaixlina the ( oea. '
ILi'ait" electioneering' document. W'c'l.e. Surely "rVrnandina" must be of that Bounty, now in the service of our country, ---- will afc-l-t to dig his grave, put him in eovrhim day night.I ) Wednesday moraine. I ;,

hove it to be an honest and sensible nd- chasM denominated: t''c: "kid. glove stav at as soldiers' highly. appreciating: Capt. Hil. JtlVSt up, bull ,1 lot pronounce his 'eu10gy or took a boat for Old Town. .On my arrival .

dress,' ,cminating, as it docs! from u plain lomo Imys or olso" he would never have tOil, ns nn ollicer' man: and statesman ) let wear iwrty-crepe lirimI.1iees on left be nrm burled for in thirty the graso days.of Yes oL.livitm. -! lient. Strain was drilling the Rifles, which

who none of the) Hchcmi-s a'lllaill'tllOl', for it Is natural for associates ipuclfully solicit our 'lends.. at homo too Old political i" uesare obsolete ideas and the he dono with military skill. Afterwards I
farmer practices from Macon Atlanta and
interfstiiig ill tiny crime to defend each other. give )him their mippoit nt tho ensuingelection [ our Svlnnal. relics of old party platforms should be"placed in poitlcal earned that ho was an excellent drill offi,
of tricky politician'! i it.will bo found l It the purgation of 1111 '!sins consisted for lleprwntativo to the flint Chlrl..lon JxhRugc'l] museums for. the amusement and In.lrudlonor"lel'II cer. I saw this company also drilled' by'Lieut.

to onrn/Skders. __ ACJt : words alone, t-vi-ry ono would be as inno* Confederate' Cllng''l's.! '. >* Johnson, who acquitted himself with?.'
; cent ns grace( itself nnd, HlIl'Il) would he tli;? John Stewat: John Bonder J. D. Tur. I J.dit on tie Potomnc Whl'l, time, great revivalist, WMU-fiild,and preailiedn cliris- credit, throwing the company lot different -
Speeierof
:* Patriotism. I I'litlailt-lplim on tolerlUon
'; A-New ease with till |1Il'IIIIIe| lit f Nassau! it''j'CI'IIII1', : nl'r. 11. J. Porter Alfred May: Charles B. Ian ., ho al.l rclglol': 1'Icro were no Baptistsnn positions, with ease ; but aU. the pri-* .. .
charity
When \tho historian puts forth to the din:," could make them so by his minyw Lynn II. C. Cannon J. 1). Carter, G. T. Another Confederate Victory. len Vil, ,' were no t18t.11 Heaven, there rates presented the most interesting an.' "

world a detailed ncconnltof the strugglewhiih >>ri'R.: "l-'ernm.JiIln,,: ," the m nV h u Rogers, J. M. KjIo, Silas: Coker H. Surles w.ro no l'rcsltcrinns! In were noEI'I..I'RIII.III..R..cn. pl'nrale; the step was regular and quick,

th'o proplo of Confederale, States the people of Nassau employed to defend n. Hoi ton, C. J. Potter, J. E. Coucl.ind: Ilt'IIOXf Oct.. 22.-An engagement of Then as t..orltor,pa and< Ild every man seemed tojtrido himself'in

achieve their in lependenco them from the grave charges preferred 11.( Kiaiili-v, "'., .Ji-cob, '' J. A. Walker, G. ) at Leesburg between uatehcd the emotions, .a wonder and anxiety' and presenting a soldicr-liko appearance. I -
havojxnd: will make to against: them sallies forth by acknoulcdg- WltitC'. E. I-'. Wiiren J. W. Nwley. 1 D.'iiahain General! Evans, of( South Carolina cominan- n'hllo all was hunlied In the inteim, silence of liar- aw none of that lounging and indifereoC.that.
'as ono of 'the nations of the i\'f that I ina-lo a plain, statement of factx, ; : J. (I. lliil I : M. bliephi-id John ling severn biigades of Mississippi and rowing suspense. ln> ralwl hU tes iHainlng withdfuitlonftnd so olleu disgraces the mitia. '"

i.artb. conspicuous( upon tho' record mid which aught, prove ,detrimental their relutalion ({liii, A. A. Elleiiwood. S. KitnllV.. \V.Wymi Virginu: troops and five brigades of thoenemy. fliriH'lan home stud christian, charily( I never will see another null ; 'o

designated faLse philanthropy and
will be seen a new species of to refute fads by Haying ho 1.(.. 'Thomson, M. J. Turner l1.V'. Walker Our forces drove twelve regiments of time me From when I MV, I ask no DeincR-rat hopa you to voto for me other fine companies on Amehialsland.-*
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infamy, icves tint Nassau: has done this, that mid 1'. Tiirnlmll, '1'. S. Cuthberl \\'. I. I>en. t'nemy into the liver, killed I I largo number, _laikm. WrllJ to veto for me; but to every man Capt.? Woods lia A I company of elgb ty.th roe
riotism. A ,patriotism. heretofore tin- tho other. his, W. O.' Biid '1'. V. CII'IIIV.. Dodxun! among; them Col. linker of Oregon.Ve I who U proud 'IxingaFlorUllanand. Kloilvsliihisirerogntiraasa is fine fighting men as I ever saw, weigh .*
known in the annals of time-a patriotism I have nothing against the people of I. E. Walker! E. Flowers! U. Sharpe; ; J, U took: two IlnHII"'IIIII'isonerll. ton of whom ,, touuritWontliealliir Htiion of tho Confederate of States.and big one hundred ned seventy pounds L

that grinds briny! tears from widows and Nassau for sending their families to a place: B. Siinierlin, Williims: N. )E.: Tinner were oflk-cra. Among the prisoner*i is! Col. every I Is liiertnl ready an.ll.hpl"11 endonuunt,liicotmntry to b'l I ex (guessing of coutsc,) on an average. They .

orphans!-a patriotism that. brings almost! of( safety ; I think they .acted very right in \V. W. Tucker '1'. II. I.all1ar.VIII.,. Scott. COI'l"'I. Wu also! captul'ee six pieces ot t.I.llhc might hand. of r>.Uo nli1p, for ho U my bra look ns though they were'raised in tho 4
the doors of thousands doing so ; I only allude to those? loi\inir: -. ..... arti starvation to \ the place between, the ages: of 18 and 45 [Prom tfto M>mi|>)lii*Appcnl ]f I'L'KTlIKIt: PARTICULAUS. inppoit. Anelthe natural advantages of the i.s-' .
patriotism that brings grief, suffering nnd to duty '"Fenian 1 ill.not M Paul.I Web'ter "hen at the dlwiip- and I t think that
subject military from is for fivuundied
yearn Interesting FeniieplaWo : : I iicmnron,, Oct. 22-The following offi'i ton of time old Whig party he lonnd htime'f tlout company good
want to mother. and children whoso! husband ilina" say ho believes that the .firxt*.com h:id n visit on j'rat entity: from.Dr. F. bI: l intelligence has been rccoi\cd at time Ing iikti n wulf ani.iii, Ht the frauiiicnls, un the Il.lowlot Yankee After dulling, which *

and fathers lire on a distant tented |>anies that offered their services to tho (t. Koeliie, late surgeon: of the Olh Missis- War Department dated at Centre*'ille, political lilt-lion. cry out. wlitre I is regular every day at stated times, the ,
field l. battling (for honor and liberty. .. Governor in the Stats:, were raised in this situ Ii legiinent of Volunteers at, Pensicol.i: ; !: Oct. 22.1 : go I" :.But as a lot Ing child with out,utrt-te'rd in nineotn do. Iolicl'pie-a-ni. the most lively appearance,' .
county. This may be true, hut "hy does whom learn sevcial items of Intel! the fond cnrciM-Kif adet'itediiuithi-r; so mo of school boys a*, play. I
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who is as de. loin v\c : 'Gen. I I'vans! tint ho was engaged of ". ,
Tho aristocratic speculator, ropoits ): I 1 with loj'al heart spring to the cause' coun .
my
lie not'tl.1I the reaspn why they were not i igeiu-u; leganling, : tho late Santa Kosa! : affair nost of ,tho day i with twelve (piild but w it.h that our citizens felt as lit- t
And
oid of soul o's the beasts of tho field ? Simi because there )yesterday tie .
% accepted >ly not try.If about 't.-
wore I hat: hive not yet ti..un.ltIIl' I' way into pi'int. rl'gillllItl and five of the objects to cVction! or disparagesmy concern nn.IIIIHinl'ss the Yankees
hnttC'iCc enemy my
who rides in his splendid carriage lounges IQOIO than 1'all the number of men in tlieui This gentleiniii was,,tnken prisoner: in tho near tho Potomac.: The I"l'.ll'rall had crossed qualifications AIIIRI because. I sm a plain, farmer-to coming as did thoso undaunted spirits

on: downy couches, and dines sumptuouslyevery requisite to compose a company bv law.But .- light on the\ Oth insl., and wi.h'two other the liver under cover of tho fire of their him say, o.I..llt a 1111 honor to be conaidt-r- on Amelal.lan l: ."
day may think that there is no suffrring he says: they were accepted. This is a surgeons captured on the samo occasion xrtillery. Tho drove them ,0 I ri>, man the L-Ws. of "lllzel8lo 01 Thursday. visited the Battcry.'and
In
Confct'al1 liom Are furiner
mistake for not a single company liny been released I 1.1"1. alull'l.tlle.-t". bund ont hundred nut seven ne.gl'UCI '
woe no wretchedness in the was by Col.-Brown- coiiiiiiindiiig back M-ith a losl and twoiiiuimulre.l nainu tit-I-..-constituting*majority ol the twenty ?
no kied
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with We made tip in Nissan: I again: repeat, cxcluivtlv at Fort Piekens nj>on his mice, parole of prisoner iwpulatloii ole al.IIH..II| by fill the perinaitnt Tlu-y nppea'red to be redeeming"7. .. -
Jur..t
worM about him. But come us citizens! of the county. Hut ifthell' honor not to enter tho ranks of tho Con- Gen. Evans had only four Regiments and Interest III lie State not to I"v in time every moment. The battery is built' in it.
will lead you to the haunt of affliction ud been, it would make tlie matter still federate) army in Florida:, again during the five i-glnlntion controls its } t Are th.y very siibslmiiial mi I cr. Onmy way tl'.. <
and rules worse for no one can tell where those com. guns. only lit to |pay the taxes and bear tliu burd.-u< of the b itti I met I
the : t
where misery has set a throne war nor to divulge): any thing touching Col. Il.tkcr, Oregon): was killed. of without sharing. the honors or finoiiiuentsof ry Col. Diwortbr met t'wilh -
for bread. panics are at present. It surely is no cre.l. strength of thoat'ederal arinainenl which government him at other places, the Foil .
whilst his victims cry Col. Cogswell and ten other officers! and oflii-et Why may they not ,and '
supreme will tell that this demon it to ,1116 <-itiz8J II of Nassau to organize niy have come to, his knowledge while a MX, )pieces artillery jvcro captured by the be elected to tho highest,cilices In,the a'llre. the Ito was activity i-nynged nnd.bending every -.' "
then
And I we you companies andaKg cel'l'tec1ly the priWIIL'r[ : Confederates. )co|>le! Are tty not as honest and Intelligent asmy energy of l.i1 mind to the accorap'ishment -, -, :
was there enthroned-that this suffering Governor :andvRoind: immediately. ]Jr. Hoche stated that the loqs of the other CUM citizens; and do they lot possess ol the important work before him.' .

was all entailed, .by.your, new species of '"Fernandina1': seems to triumph nt the enemy ha.lnot been nsuci'lain"d vv ilh nny STILL FUllTIIKn.IliCHMO.ND a.much cafmelty for legislation t Wa.I.I"gll and In conclusion, I must say, that lien' .

patriotism. And what is the nature of this! idea that a company left this county, went. great degree ot exactness, but from what Oct. 22, 8 I*. M.-Special Jetn81 I. calling were Virginia hlnutlfit, fanners Southern ,,bumtcr; glo and landina more 'favorably impressed I .' .".
? It'consists in contributing a to St. Augustine, brought home four cannon he could leafa the estimate varied from one .lixp.ilchcs; from M.mass.is: : slate that the though I hot be set-u In tho shadow ol. those entered it. From information previously | .
patriotism and built a battery and placed them in i it. hllllJI'e.1 and fifty to two hundred men inclu- 1"L'llerll"'i[ in time battle on tho Potomac great names may,yet 1 to may say with lione-t pride I eeeivcd, I expected to see lJsorder. conf it- : .p.c.I
hundred dollars to the"cause of liberty Certainly the people of Nassau should bocommendqd ding the twenty odd prisoners! taken by on Monday near Lcesbnrg): was four to five nil a Southern planter ilorida. is the IninI of myoh.leean.ladol.Uon. ion and drunkenness, ; but glad l T'
_
grinding more than its cquivoleat in dimes!! : for Jog thin much ; but what us. The amount of piojterty destroyed was iiindrcd. killed and wounded, and three All of i pi opi-rty I have Uliere.I If oblate, that I did not find it trly V ,
Mtrifluc leave I
without il fl
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of the'toiling and does "I<"Fernandina" call a ? I !''itindrcd. ilrowned in attempting to re cross e011 not a great but IIlIIJiel'Suler the influence Iilumom. "
and dollars, out poor company also very great including tents, provisionsami ,'oul. and would lot if 1 could. two of .
needy-by exacting an additional per cent will tell ; this company was composed of equipments of all kinds. III the singly the river. .-. profiling. for time ordinary expenses of ( ', nnd they were promptly arrested DI.I --
and all saleable articles. two fragments of companies that offered article of not"k he confident tint as' imisum The Confederate' loss was three hundred Government. iix>n the first Confederate Clgr. ) inibhed. Uefoi I left I learned that C<-I. :
for provisions their services to the Governor: and w'cre: as iiino liuudred barrels were burned. killed and wounded.. will devolve the duty of detivlug sjstem Dilwoith had: i'sue I nn order forbidding

"With one hand they put a shilling in the not accepted. It is true that soldiers of The.assault was a complete surprise, dispite] The result of the battle was a most triumphant fur rency taxation and retenueudcquatcto the livid. ralicineiins Our brtve he introiliu-tion of spirits among the Md Uliers.

urn of"( liberty "aud with the other take this placo were fed through the private all statements to the contrary and was BO victory for the Confederates. soldiers niaiiiUiinlnganarmy must be fed in and clothed upd their com Tliei was some sickness in the

a dollar out." They take care to have purse ot an honorable 'citizen of this place regarded by the enemy as our informant We ha\'c nothing later from the IVninsiil.i r.r cared fur in ev.ry wel coiniiu-iKuiate with our camps but not more tl'm could be eippct- ;i.

blazoned to the world that they hare madea but who does not know that. this gentlemanCol. hoard many of time Federal officers at Fort or the oth.-re.unp!*. l.llily. The burthen of doveriimint .houl be ed. I omitted to fct tl at, the battery _
? Finnegan) will be with inter BATTLE IN THE PENINSULA. .adjusted as to bear and justly "I Interests .
( rquully oi
liberal contribution to the cause of liberty rl'lai.l. Pickens ridiculing it as such and speaking classes ot eitio.ns-evcry aecordtug to was finished and ready hr an engagement .1J
but do tell the tribunal est ; and is it. any thing all for Nas subsequently" in no very complimentary UICIIMOO Oct. 2 I.ThoVar Depart. tils means aao .-and the means of all for lul the lirutet.tion whenever there is occasion.. You may confidently .'
not same august sail county to boast of. Iris also true that terms! of Billy WiUou's millitary prowess! ment received to-day a despatch from Gen. of all. To mould this system Into a harmoniouswhole expect the soldiers on Amelia Is- 'f
!, that for every cent thus contributed that through the efforts of (iv!. Fiuncgan an-1 capacity. 1Igrller. in which lie my : will re'ulr."eoml'rthen.lv know'ledge of and will win for omselvcs I name;,that, "
they will have a return, even though it cannon 'were procured for this place but it Dr. Hoclie and his comrades on the morn batlo commenced this morning at the resources Ih.country and the exercise of I unfading Hhal live In the bosom of every .. :i :

cause oceans of tears to flow from widowed does not argue that' because one man has ing alter being captured,were taken before Young's Mills l. near e"pol't'l News, between sound In asking practical you judgment.to vote for me I know I am Inviting patriot, 1'icemen'srights and love .' "
'mothers and orphaned. children. "Oh done his duty in a county the rest shouldbe ) Colonel Brown and made the victims of along the Confederate foicc underilier Hrig you t a.lo in electing me to a plate of great ionic are thcrUhed.K. '"' ;f.

Men in satisfied at doing nothing. moral lecture on the wickedness] ot Gen. McLaws and the }'e.lgralists, resion lbllity. a place that will bring weary anxious II. SIIACKELFORD., ,_ I
consistency though art a jewel!I" "Fernandina goes on to say, that Nassau the"rebellion" in which they were enga' The fighting is still going on, consequentlythe'result hours and arduous toll But aiuidet fiitigueandanxiety -s. '. '
high places and .affluent ,"rositions preach is represented in Virginia by Col. Call's ged. The old gentleman-now aged some has not transpired. lu the service of this home uf my heart and Lincoln in West'- .

liberality and silently and with fiendish company. It is true that a company left\ three !score years and ten, and doubtless "Tlio enemy i is supposed! to be assisted a our sense dear patriotic common country dUI)'.,and I would encouraged L sustained to perse by The Tyranny Key'

malevolence choke up the avenues through this county under command ot Col. Call ill his dotage): bpoke to the prisoners! of the by a naval expedition.A tere by the prospective,rewnd\ournpprobulion.. arrival Tampa of Peiwrl. chronicles hit 4
obtains the staff of but the question !is, was that company raised alleged division sentiments in the Southon FIGHT AT lfAMlTON-SIXTV Xo man can tell how long the war in liich we are ctiens of Key Westat 't.
which honest poverty in this county ? It was not. It was the subject of war and expressed his cngag4id wi last. 1'1."\"e.are uiauifold and that place, and
life. This is a new species ot patriotism, at made up principally of citizens from other confidence in the belief that a large FEDERALS KILLED. strong uo 1 i L I l untried no expense Time Reign of Terror in Key' West is -
party
which Pluto himself would turn from with portions of thy State and it is a tact, that in the Confederate States would rally with RICHMOND, Oct. 21-A letter was received spared to suljugute t'nited u. 'CI. usurpations il. rapidly assuming tho most formidable a- '.J
the President of the have been endorsed ,
disgust. And yet these men are extolled.A Lieut. Tu \er had to go into the interior guns in hand to the Federal standard so here to day from Major J. Tompsoii recomincndut ions approved and his estimates poet and tho inhabitanee are now reducesi' 4
number ofmn couiJbe Brown Yorktown stating that a fight b. to the last degree bumilitatiou and?disgrace
before the requisite : soon as Lincoln's arm penetrated the South. len aud money voted by the Henate and
their
venal press trumpets praise-an unreflecting raised. The talked with him occurred on Friday: near 1amptol. in House of ROprellllie..1 the hited. the supple which even Lincei .tyrannical GoY
quite freely !
public echoes it-and even the prisoners which tho Federals lost and tools the t'i illiaraoh
Tosuniupinatew word what Nassau Co. and attempted to reason him out of the Iity LilJe .r. tyrant tllue obduracy ernment could d"vit..1 y'allowed until
with the of Nero. The
devout man of God" whose'province it has done is this: that about 35 men left the heretical notions on this point but all in twelve taken prisoners. bUUs and people I.y levity unparalleled iusulls.Northern injuries the 5th of oath of allegiance
should advise vnottentatiout in Col. Call's and Confederates had eleven killed and to a Governnicutwbich has becomo
be to charity county company probably and hat lug driven from iiolilical
Indilit. ..
from the pulpit sends forth strains of elo- 10 or 15 men went from the county to vain.The latest advices Col. Brown and his thirteen wounded. tbel the truest friends,Ihe most faithful the abhorance ot the,world ; and to him ,' .
I Pensacola. A shabby battery was built brood of whad-rats bad in reference to the TWO SCHOONERS CAPTURED. allies,the ,t generous L"te.el. still pursue who refuses to seal his own eternal disgrace .-
admiration.: God the veaknesi
quent pity before we came here, since when it.'has had cfthe war, dated us far back as EVAXSPOBT Potomac, Oct. 21.-Our tb"D with persecuting tatred Their Congress.it Fort Lafayette opens its dusky portals, '
progress hot haste' vole four dollars and
." of our people I The ..eplendor of wealth to be remodelled and enlarged causingmore the 12th September, thirty days batteries. here, under"command of Gen. four hundred thousand flieD miioniot the war. anti another turn ia given to the tumb

covers many iniquities.: than twice as much work as had been old, and he was almost nearly with astonishment Tiimbluot Maryland opened fire yesterdayon andthesohury rxpvstuUllng I.rut. of yslUinVallandtgham vice that crushes the spirit which '

-ISSS_ previously done. This 1 is all. at the news of Gen.Pricu'a triumphat 2 schooner which were attempting to Udrownwl the heal I of "dotlt t dungeon,with a clear conscience to a liberty

.. Beturning to Ancient Times. My interrogator calls upon me-' to give Lexington. run the blockade, and two tugs. All tour the t railori. Kuur huadred QllluI.ldn"raDd whose price I honor. -

We bad the pleasure observe on our the names of the individuals that have treated .. .. ... were badly injured. and four. bll.lr.d wicked w thousand"rt Four men hundred to thousand coca to' But the mOt surprising disgusting and .
streets one day this week the soldiers unkindly. lu my remarks CCLELUS GoING ITxDEB.-The C'mcinnati Ono bchr, had eight shots put through subjugale the bouthera States, and them MUibuUry fanatical ha yet been adopted
a toun..lady under question I made exceptions and thai Commercial i It of tho opinion that her ; both were disabled aud captured provencestFour t hulo is the compelling of free negroes to -
denuded ofthe, hateful crinoline. obi! how is all I shall do. There are some persons' McCMlan has been outgeneraled by Beaurtfgard Their cargoes consist of hay,' wood and hundred millions of dollars and four bun take the oath." They tear even the very .

s_ .HT, sweet she looked as she triped in their for the soldiers former is doomed. the fate of thoso of his Domingo,t emllpt our slaves and place them deavor to to themselves! by this
\ heart went out to blesa! ,her for daring to to do all power to Both the tugs made their escape. upoa an And then they
).. assume' natures! fair proportions and to ; especially would I mention the names predecessors who have fallen under the ban A fleet 01 one hundred vessels are below aendsucb.qualty mQ AOiJigUDdW.d"wlb u. of ) .uu, means the clteoac of those whose affections
win.
off the: abominable ot the Miss Seatons, Col. Taylor and Capt. of Black H'public condemnation. The wailing to COO up ami prevented by thebatteries. &IQe and Ulrlnglwe w hl.tt with lying villainy have tailed to .
cast that binds .
hoop-
their anti mti When a Government scruples to
McRorry. There are others doubtless who ommerciall1; They sometimes steal up ia the eootituo. slavery Ou. 10t. lOc
the forms ot Yankee girlf who know no are equally worthy ot mentior., but they Events way speedily demonstrate that night. &anti-slavery B.I.A uU to tribute D expediency to sustain its tottering .e
while the list(artUactf
fchame. Would that our iweut girls would have not come under my notice. am glad the commander of the army of the Potomac The Federal cavalry appeared within a ,0 euc people, thy weuld preach| homl humanity ha reason to smile at tho dis- ..
ail follow couie* to hear delicacies the has been mile of Fairfax II. but .Iprre "sod leach of tho foulest blot this lair crea
the example, and forth in that are DOW sent to completely Outgeneraled Beau C. yesterday retirdh lel O "wbtuol cf sUvery, luti O

the majesty ot their own beautiful forma. sick soldiers daily. This must be a very regard ; that tho occupation ot Muusons U supposed they are occupying the town l their peculiar .Right of nan.Such _ 4 4I.
would be the insults of those Canatic*sad ..
recent thing for,the hospital cook says he and Mason's hi"and the other advance to-day The opinion U divided whether or .
We beg leave io differ with the esteemoorrtIpODdtJ1 feels the rebel have fallen bvpoerita. Such, the tortures ol their maUguait WABTXD .-Young ladies '
ashamed that they have not been fur. positions not they will advance on Center vil le; it i hatred and malice. Amid their bru- SWu

*. ":1 \ who KBfc" -UI the' above.t I oisbed with toy thing but salt pork an 4 back, was a feint V cover up important, generally believed they will. \Md Uc nUoui soldiery, .0t lonet.Jte t.e kissing each other I


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? TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. Powell, Turner and Wood nndp C TIEN ass candidate to returned service lo his friends and the pub- HIV 8 ON, niBD A /0.DKALKRS Jlt $

P. Turner 1'. A. Ja )A'b x7;,IVmurner. "tfcit'. Florida In the first l hs 6f Medicine and Surgery In their IX-- < kn g Jf.

: 10 I 'SCALE or3t PRICES John Brooks, QflJB be favorably noticfiil .?\ifcg We are requested to annolln *., Residence'- llrsA..Palmef

l' h thargetl thi fret of Florida fortttryittt- mid II.S. Vuccess in killing and capturing MOSELKT, of Madison, as a 20,1861.; .U.tj Dry Goods,'Fancy and Dress Goods, TALLAHASSEE. ', 'FLA.1TE .

tription e.A.tlvrtid"1 if (foS enemy. @f% 'sentlve to the Congress of the i1, O. W .OID.i1. Clothing, hard ware, Groencs, \ c4m-would, t respectfully-announce- to th S< public

ADOPTED BT THE EDITORIAL COHVEgyj I' e'.J It is due to Captain Rosser to Htauf Umt t.rom the Western Division of the TO )10NT. Crockery Glassware Boots, YV .that we have secured the services ol a ninont -

1 Square, (occupying the space of'/;;.... .1 In od his brilliant; skirmish was won while hiJIi (9 w, are authorized aff to for the Practice of Shoes fiats Books Colorlst and Pom'traitPalnteP. -Those wtshlnp
61'Ie..,)one ::/.: I Bless' Hotel: to obtain this much admired and durable
Ineertlon..ttllon":. :: .!.... BO command: ; and on two most important 1HLTO5T' candidate to represent Car itjleif
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Fore"ry.ubseoue'1 a .....A.. .................. u. 00 occasion and in the thickest part of the fight I District of Florida in the First 1800. 87 5m I Stationery, Picture b..an opportunity afforded them ton the ;

1 8ir.. ..month. :::::............. ..... 800 le wan nearest! to the enemy. At one time, federate Stle T. .J. VKLEC! Jewelry, &c., &C. ta nrst: this time In Tal.6. of e. painting The increasing has Induced demand u* to ',
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? ft I" .....................e...' 2500 through a cornfield in pursuit or.tbe LEPIOUE, of Leon Connly;a [ 9 PLASTERING. to take'r .
V 4 It I" ......................... 80 00 armed fugitives. He captured an"enemy loi FLORIDA,. BRICK-LAYING 'AND lbyp"MJaAofypel4PfhlOIOgrept5: : ,Lift-
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