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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
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"VOL., III.. ,MONTIOELLO, ,FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,:2, 1861 :NQ,3Si: :. ,

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all\ who wish to: enlist In t.be.regiment willdo' the newspapers ot the day- hey are-regarded Pleasant Tidings from the Coast. ,' S I The Victory' LeesburgTho :- I \
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mrt lamilgl lritttu. well to make,earl,.application. as selfish and unpatriotic. Is this a'fit The Charleston !/fercuryoflhll 21st--.inst. 'following extintit! front, letter[ received ;tl gt }lJJi} ,Ifws.

4. I- reward for their silent and "unobtrusive has the following editorial : .' in this:city,yesterday from nn intelligent ,
W..IIJUSTIc is informed that our' Though the usual Sunday morning' dis. tho Richmond !{Gleaned frdin our Sarannnh Macon Atlanta mm1: '
Locsbnrg
lady
R4Miilia, wot CoetHm.SFIlDES remarks liberality? But they have their reward in the throng says Charleston Exclmngcu.]
September r 28th and those of October tho happy, consciousness that they have around patches the were Jlferorry lacking office yesterday found, abundant: Enquirer,of Thursday, gives some further --- .' .

'F..R. : Editor. 26th, do not conflict in the least} in done their duly, though their praises have matter for talk and congratulation. To all particulars. of iliOi recent, glorious victoryof I I FROM TilE NORTH emil Ol? SI

-i l' fact, the articles treat on different subjects never been heralded to tho world. Brutus\ tho topics of rumor and remark: we may not ,our troops atfthat ptaco., Tho battle fHC POTOlVAli: S

Morit cello : entirely, and therefore we cannot plead did not "love Cresar loss-but l loved Homo now allude ; it will bo, enough to mention was ,fought nearjthp: ;Potomac,:between arrived. RICHMOND from, Oct. 80.-A gehtldttfatt .Jilst "
7 ... guilty One bad that great many things little dreamed of in 'Conrad's and Elh'V rd's Ferry about .Washington brings some in.
inconsistency.:? reference moro"-so there,"are some who, though Yankee a tcresting news from ocyoild the Potomac.
philosophy arc daily being .
accomplished
.
,.SATURDAY MORNING' NOV. 2, 1861 .to lukewarranosa\ on the part of "some, in they do not love their!: country lees, yet lovo by the individual enterprise and quarter of 'a mile: belojy-( Big Spring Mill\ Ho says! S

contributing of their,means to the support more to let tho world know of their deeds daring of Southerners. Our pi'ivateers are and about two and a' half miles; Northeastof A largo forco has been ordered to tako:

. To ..4.d.vex-1i:1. : of our struggling Government-the other of{ generosity.I far from idle, although; we hear less than Loesburg. The ground' rises steeply position opposite AlattInns'\ Point, and havo

..2)ifuturefwe; : sJidtt require pre had reference to speculators, ,who would hop'o in future* those, whose! panics are formerly of their doings in the New YOI'kpnpers. and in forest, from tho l'iver'ond; ,then becomes been concentrated tho there by telegraph,
thereby
;.. / Among their latest exploits is tho \ showing Urgency of the move
;,. payment for'zU ,tranctent aJl'el.tisl3mtl118 increase their! means, by extorting from the not found upon_ tho honored list of "pa capture of the brig Grenada: of Portland, undulating. ,, mcnt. S

..: ; than contract ad- poor unreasonable prices for the necessa- triotic contributors," may not,bo too harshly Mai\ rio, (Pettcngill master,) from Nuevitas LicEsnuRO, Oct."2lJ" 186]. Tho plan agreed upon nt Washington ia
i ".* from? other ? ries of life,' whilst, to hide the infamy, with judged, for perchance they may bo found Cuba for New York with a cargo of '* You da not know wllat'wo to attack Evansport in front with ships

"vfrti'Sers.: 1..M8 ,regulation willle/ great display thcy! contribute a few dollarsto among tho names of, those of the more sugars< molasses mahogany and honey. have passed through since! yestel.tIllyafeal'ful mid whilo tho engagement is progressing,
We also battle, more fearful than that otAlanassas to land a large force at Matthias Point and '
hear it
adherred/ the whispered that there has
.
strictly cause liberty. IwmtJlcid of unobtrusive,
givers. been an important ((and not involuntary) \ : the soldiers ray, though of course tnrn tho Confederates front, thus enabling
But "JUSTICE', complains' that we "berat ", .JUSTICE.Ancilla ., accession not extended.. 'Our men fought most ,McClcllan\ to attack .Beauregard in the ,
stock of molasses
.,. _z-u1__ 1-jIIuj-____._.n_ cd( inmost severe terms & certain dais of -- ...... _'_ ,R'. _' our} sugar. ", bravely. I felt perfectly convinced that wo .,-tmtr',_... -5-

'. the citizens Jefferson, for their want of' Precinct No. 4. collee There. CLC.aro other ,important-I.I matters that would' repel them, until about 4 o'clock, It was report and generally believed in -jf.Ii; t

Hon., Jefferson Davis. libcralitj"-and inquires how we know Mn. EDITOR :-In' accordance with other have transpired to which we do not think when a wounded soldier arrived and reported Washington that the Federal fleet ia destined .
: Soldiers' Aid Associations of this that our was whipped and tho '
auxiliary army to operate against New Orleans. :,
allude otherwise
just to than -r'
they weronot liberal. proper yet, !
Certainly "bo- .
'. PoI VIC>>-PIWl1DIDiT, their not county, that have: made rCIOI'lS, I now pi'occcd vaguely. There is: good causes to believe Eighth Virginia regiment cut to pieced! 1 The New York Tribune says tho battidotLecsbnrg ..;t.
IIoii.- ; A. ,iff*" Ste lhens. cause: generous contributions were to give 'you a report of tho'above that in additional to the usual 1Jlo'kllllins"ndl'on. < Oh I what a terrible hour wo then spent.! resulted in a terrible defeat of. ... r
emblazoned to tho world venal Precinct. | About fivo o'clock there camo in news the
by Federalists.
a The fire it
says '
,
was :
(] a large steam transport, t freightewith even ; 1
Ff'n'ELECTORS: preSs," but the fact is as glaring as the The Association organized and com Yankee troops, is hoyei'in" along our that wo had gained tho advantage and soon more terrific than that of Bull's Run.It :'-; ;
,
noon day sun, and selfishness has been tho menced work on tho 27th of August, since coast not very far from this harbor.;' Somo tho cheers! : .:cars ; sets down tho Federal loss in killed and ., ." ;
GEN. WM.,B.'BOSS( ,.of East Florida, rnling passion of their- nature for which 'there have been made 45 pair people, who appear to know more than oth- and though Ot'victoryshout.d dod wcro wounded nt twelve hundred, and estimates ..:
HON. JAMES\ GETTES'ofSouth' Fla., years.This Pants, 15 Coats, 34 Shirts, 12 I pair IM say that an attempt" effect u n.\ landingwill coming in, ]( ho sorrow ,the Confederates actually engaged in thd .
GEN. II. A. SIIINE,- of Middle Florida, certain class,' however,'docs not imply Drawers, 1 Under Shirts, 10 Towel8, 2 very soon be made.: Thanks to theenergy that would be shed abroad, yet our' hearts fight.at,thirty thousand f .
tho wholo race of mankind far from it.- Comforts 00 pail-Socks. went in thankfulness to God who giveththovictory
; of General it up ; ."
is -.1
lION. A. E. MAXWELLof West Fla., I Ii Riplpy, not likely 'Virgina-.Ncws. ;
i- There_lire'men in Jefferson (and. wo have: Of this work, Mrs.\ E. A. Bailey made 0 I that we shall have mortification of chronicling I ,. .
pair Pants 1 Coat 2 pair Drawers 0 Shirts It was n glorious victory gloriously won. RICHMOND;Oct. 20.-Ad\.rcos) from Not
said :-t
tho
It is important that Htrgo) vote bo never to contrary,) who'pl'llctico any "Hatlcras Affair" on tho coast folk i
very i nnd 0 pair Socks.! of this State. Many\ a noble spirit' was sacrificed on our state that thirty-six steamers and ono )('
cast on next Wednesday: for President and "unostentatious charity," and havo been Mrs. A..I1'. Finlayson '0 pair Pants, 2 ...... par.t\: ; but .wo aro tho conquerors 1 Wo transport went to sea front Hampton Road 11 '1
Vice President ot tho Confederate States.. liberal i in their contributions. ; and wo'"are Coats 0'Shirts, 10 Towels, 1 pair Diawcrs,' Important Intelligence via. U. Q. R. have about 500 prisoners. Their loss iu at 10 o'clock this morning. ..

,It our i people: manifest_ ,an indifference on happy to state that we know our correspondent 28 |"air Socks. S Wo are pleased to announce, on undoubted killed, wounded anti prisoners is at least Passengers withdrawal front. the mountains rC- ffimi
ibo
'thpsubject, it will, bo seized! upon by our is one"of said class' although the Mrs. N.:Blaylock: 4 pair Pants, 1 Under authority that Messrs.\ Mason\ and Sli- 1,000. Ours is about'thirty killcd-among. of the Confederates front
shirt. whom is Clinton llatclic of Loudoun Uomncy but deny loss side.-''
dull nny: on our
tho
Confederate Commissioned .
fact not "emblazoned the safely ..
was to world
of isthiir
M! 1 a corrobcration what: by
,
enemies, The Federals
\ .. y'1\lorJ'ess.\ 2 pair Panto, 1 Under'lhirt. landed in Havana on tho 22d instant and county ; Donahue, Loudoun | and a son ot IIp'al'od before Ilomncy in S
general belief-that a strong UuionJ: senti a venal press. 1 pair Socks. in a day or two afterwards scl sail by Gov. Pettusof Alississippi.\ Many\ are Urge, force, while tits' Confederated had ont
ment prevails nt dIe South, nnd that wofhrc ..... 1\1I-s"\ D. Walker 2 pair Pants, 2 Shirts. steamer for England wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel Tebbs, of ly about MX. ,:' hundred. : The latter had re'

._ far,from being: n unit for Southern independence. THE LOUHVIU.E JOURNAL.-Geo. D. 1 Under-shut 1 pair Socks. lIon. It. K.: Mi-ad. Virginia, late U. S. tho Eighth Virginia, was sligltlr wounJcd} ccived orders to fall back on ,Winchester;

The above ticket, for Eleo Prentice has removed this. journal to J elf- Mrs. S. A.'Kadford], 2 pair Pants, 1,Un Minister\( to Brazil, has arrived safety in tIme -graze on the check. Burnt, of which they did. Somo apprehension exist. ..
to'mcct with i crsonillc!, Indiana so as to bo on the "safe der.shirt. Confederate States anti is now cnroutc for Mississippi\ was badly wounded in the that t.ho"1.'odcrals would advance'upon
tors appears general appro? side olHho Ohio. This libellous scoundrelis Mrs. S.: dimming, 3 pair Pants, 3 Coats, his residence in Virginia. thigh, not. rnoi'tally. Dr. Martin ot Alississippi \ them. S
l"ati ii, and we would aduso our citizens' to 1 pair Drawers. Capt. S. J. Short of Her Biitanio Alaj-\ was shot through tho lunjjs-supposed A number of rumors! arc afloat .to-day,

unite: npolU\ lt give. it rousing vote. now in full fellow ship with the Lincolnitcs. .- }ti s. S. C. Waters i, 2 pair Pants, 2 Coals, esty's army has resigned his commission, to. be mortally, .. .)...wounded.' J leut..,B., locating a Federal! .invasion, at various S
-a.s. He has been a black-hearted 'aboli 2 ;aniris.:: arrived in tho Confederate States and will u.Jnl.ter., ignin v irginin: was wuuuuuu points, DIII nothing reliable is known. I
C2T"Wo arc almost blind with inflama- tionists all his life-was run out ot Connecticut Mrs.\ I,. A. Ellis! 2 pair Pants 1 Coat, 1 I, tender bin services to President Dai'is. in tho hand. Lieut. Flcm (P) had his leg There is also a rumor that important intcligcnco -' ':

, .<> lion ot the eyes,-which is a sufficient apology years ago with a damning crime upon Under fihiit. I A number of citizens of South Carolina shot off, and Dr. Brock his arm. Young has been brought hero by a cn-' '
Mrs E. M. Goodwin 2 pair Pants 2 Balfard Richmond, is !safo. tiemnan just from Washington but "', ..
defects in this issue of tho I his shoulders nnd has ever since managed have returned from Europe, despite Air. lin'o" ; 1
for
any Coats 1 pair Drau"era, 1 pair Socks.( Lincoln's blockade. They left Southampton Our Court House was full of Yankee importance is attached to his communion'... .. ,'..... '
friend. to hood-wink thousands of good and true Mrs. J. II. Epp.s 3 pair Pants, 4 Shirts, I on the 2d instant and report a prisoners last night who were sent off at tious. S '. ',1
-.. ..- .. men at the South. Even, in ffcrsou coiffi- 1'Coat. \ general 4 o'clock this morning and it is now full ', 1
ot in
I warming public sentiment Reported Disaster in Western .
up Vitgiuia
"
,
f3?John A. Hollman, Esq.) will please, ty were found men who" gave him support Mrs. Mary\ Mayo, 1 pair Pants 3 pair "loth England: and Franco towards the again. They do not think tho attack will ./ 4 : "

accept our tfianks for,a mammoth potato and encouragement. Twelve months ago'Tvo Drawers. Confederate States. Tho impression thereis bo renewed day as their loss is so heavy. : S

tho largest we have: soon the present 'scas \ denounced him 'ns an abolitionist' and I Miss S. J. Lee,3 pair Pants, 1 Under' that a bully got a threshing at Alanassa \ Wo did not tiro. a piece ot artillery, RICHMOND, Oct. 28.-Passengers from, .< ]
shirt. "*:" to the thicket on tho Leesburg side the neighborhoOd Winchester
owing tlmta
on. A few barrels' like it, ,wo have no *. : state ,
diity dog ; he replied like a blackguardand Mrs. R. Morrcss 3 Pants 1 Coat of the battle by Jackson's house.! rumor there .
3 ground prevailed of
doubt. would bo acceptable to the pair A valuable cargo: consisting of coffee, a recent engngf'mcnt :!:
very" some of our IaIticlLIarfIietltls (?) deeming paii: Socks. S ammunition, saltpetre sulphur, and smallarns It.. really was an awful battle. Wo saw nt Roinney, between seven thousan: 1 J
troops, at Fernandina ,and JStfj. .Augustine. it very smart, and desiring to show him Mi\ "u;. T. J. EppsJ; 1 pair Pants. & has arrived in tho Confederate ,ho,Ant of it from our garret window. Federals and five hundred Confederate! : Ji
--.,t i ; thu contempt they entertained, lor ns, forth- ]Mi\ 's. hey Windham 1 pair Pants. i States. Therewero three! distinct' conflict! The resulting/ in a trifling' loss of ,killed and

Election Tickets.' with subset'ibcd for his 'pnpel'. Wondei Mrs. Adalino Lee, 2 pair Draweis. A Confederate vessel recently in Havana ring musketry on our side (for wo had wounded on either side ; but many Conlttl ,
Tho friends of tho various candidates for Miss\ L. Odum 2 pair DI'nwIJ's,1! Under was presented w ith' a splendid Confederateflag nothing else) was ten'ific. crates were taken prisoners; and all onf .
what think
G. -
they now of D. Prentice tho S
Congress are notified that wo have: ,placed shirt. and her officers and passengers complimented We give tho following comments of. tho baggage and sixty horses captured. : wJ
''in the abolitionists, IJ J.his. Journal/ Miss Amanda Richardson f Co.it.Mix. : with a dinner by the citizens ot :Tluf above statement is given ,for whit: .
of f tickets hand of 24th lust
Richmond ot the
n large quantity: ...-.._ \ Jane Windham! 5 pair Sockp.Mis. .. that Dispatch on it is worth
Judge Collins," and those dsirons i of obtaining Large Armies. \ Susan Windham 2 pair: Socks. placl'-SavamwI4 S .. ..Jlepublieau, 30th. .. the, brilliant victory our troops won at Lees- The Surprise S S 4

them\\ill please.call: at the IVobato ,It is not generally known, says: tho Nc\v. 'Mrs. :Mary Windham, 4 pair: Socks.; RR'OEOAXIZA1ION: OF TUB: ARMY OF THE burg. That battle takes a high place RICHMOND Oct. atRomney.
office in the Court House.Capt 'Mrs. Mary Johns Il'ait'Socl\:'!. POTOMAC. Tho the most splendid achievements in ; 28.-Accounts front
,, York Mate Z ltuny, that: there is now respondent of the Rich. among Romney have been received at theDetiarti. 'I,
Mrs.\ .Ancelino ]Morress\ 1 Coat.
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,
concentrated ; mend Dilpateh'I'ites as follows in relationto ho annals of war, and too much cannot bo and it
on the shores of tho Potomac Airs.\ S. U. Lamar 0 Shirts, 2 Comforts. : incut reported that Col. 'Me )on-
James L. oseley.; a larger)body] of troops than has ever been Miss E. 'V.Pal.tridge. 3 Shii,ts.Mis .. tho re-organization of tho Army of tho written upOn it: aid's Virginia regiment were surprised' \ S

Tho above named gentleman addressed congregated hi modern times except in \ *. S. Partridge Shirts. Potomac ; *. The day on which the battle vyas fougllLII that i>lnco by the enemy who captured ten t

!bU feHow.chiLnsit: this! place;on Monday. the battle o t(: Leipsic. Neither "Gustavus Of the foregoing thero have ,been the TIm&forccs of which Gen. Johnston is all already become immortal in history. Confederates, four cannon and ono'hundred,.'
His audiance'seemcd very mnch gratified following donations : tho commander,in,chief, havo been reorganized. It[ was time anniversary of thu battle ot'Trn- and twenty horses. .. : .
with bis remarks. Ho is really a'fine orator A.tolphu nor Fedoiick. tho Great, nor Gen. Wm. Bailey 34 pair" Socks. They havo hitherto been algnr ((21st October), the. most memorable Severe Engagement in Missouri.AlEMPiits 1: -
and the Washington Wellington, nor Scott had: Mrs. A.F.Finlayson 0 pair do. known as tho Armies of Shenandoah nnd sea fight of modern times that ot Lcpanto \ Oct. demmttj?
and gentleman of ability ,v 28.-A'corispo : '>I
a
I alono Gen. Evans has it :
under his. imni laie given
ever command any. Mrs. Mary Morrcss, 3 pair do. Potomac. As a substitute tho Departmentof exccptcd. of tho
Appeal, wilting from Green\il!
which ho handled various sub- \ <
manner in alone additional claim to be remembered.lis v
thing"like. the number s'hsichis. now under Mrs.1\al'y Windham: 1 pair do. Northern Virginia has! now been ented, an Mo.\ 22d Instant:! says : General Tompxoit "
,dl jecta, on Monday, is an, assurancOjhat ,if the command: General! McClcllan. Fred AIr\ E. A. Bailey 71-2 yards Cotton which comprises the armiesV> tho "Potomac ncliievment though on a smaller scale, engaged the. Federals at Fcdericlstowii -
the honor him with a commission to Oanabnrgs.' the and tho may- rank with CI'essy11111 Agiucouit.Tho .
people "Valley
"Acqua.) on Monday\ the 21st iust. Tho !
rick the Great never led into the field enemy,
more odds which the
will <:' 0'1;: The lust is under tho command of Gcnlieatwegardtlie << against! two great
the', first Confederate .Congress, they numbering 5,000, time Confederates l.ooo/ :.
than at time but all IIH monarchs contend those
able in that 30,000 men a great Movements of Gen.' McClellan. !second: under tho com English on memo. Afterscvcrahiiomirs'aeverotihtimig'r1uimuu1F.
hae an representative important battles were fought and won with bodiesof nand ot Gen. Jackson known rable occasions were not so great as the S ;
Tho of Baltimore f.imiliary
Sun retreated with
correspondent Jho SOil n loss of
We would be to furnish forty two.; -
pleased
body. nidi against which Evans had to contend
and tono Wall Jakcsol1"-and the last
between as
ranging The
loss
troops 30,000 is
COV- writes ellemI'/f/ reported to be over
a.synopsis ot Capt. M's remarks, butwe : S S under the command of Gen. Holmes. Gcu.Jolinston on Alouday last.. Nor was the, victory of -
aflicted with inflamation of 000. Napoleon, at Austcrlitz vanquished: Great solicitude is manifested in 1' fcr- of remains Commanderinchief ho latter less decided.! Ho sceais to have tourimundretl. The Federals had five liflocannon
are BO sorely with 80,000 men, the"'united Russian: and ence to the contemplated movements of COIII'lie. : routed the entirely-to have driven ; Thompson had two common gun/ .
of tlio whole. liTho of the enemy
the j'S, we find it very'injurious and painVul Army Several ofliccrs on both sides wero killed
.. Austrian armies, containing about 100,000.At Gen. AIcClcll.ui but of these no one can I'olomacunJel' Gen. Beauregard H them headlong into the 1'1\'el'-to have S

.to write._________ .. ..._________ Jena and Ancrbtadt! (there were 130,000men approach the nlig1itc8t idea. We can only into four divisions, which are apportioned drowned largo numbers-.'.to have killed -
under tIle command infer from facts as they occur from dayto commanded respectively by : Generals many, to have wounded: many and to have -
: 'Amu Wanted for State Troops. of the Emperor of Major vginnftL i
? that ho takes
day, new positions with no captured a number equalling tho combimmednggregatoofkillctl ,
Earl Van Dora Gustavus W. Smith
Long
We neglected last week ((8.11 requested) to the French. The bloody battle..of Wag design of abandoning in rctrogade. Aly\ and ; wounded and drowned.Even .
Smith. To how
.
slate that Capt..TViliam Bailey's Company, ram was fought with impression is the and naval street Kirby say --"
i 150,000 men agaiiibttho I own army ex. many brigades are contained in each division the last circumstances of decided S
y. belonging to the 2nd Kegirncnt oft"Stale, Austrian: and in the, equally celebrated editions will bo operated as nearly as pos would bo to furnish: approximation defeat did not fail; -the captuio of a largelyproportionato S.4. OEl.4.J.TCJJ't' : 4

Guards," finds; It difficult. to obtain a suflicient bottle at Uorodina: about 20,000 Frenchmen Hiblo in harmony ; that the former may of the I strength of Gen. Beauregard's forte number of time S enemy's: FOR S )

*** number of gnus. The State is unprepared were opposed!, to the Itiinsians. The perhaps latter be moie or less influenced by the and as this might be useful to the enemy! gUlls.; ACTIVE SERVICE I :i
Many others entertain a, similar It is to exult over the death of
it U better omit it. I wrong
'*'''' to supply them and it is therefore decisive battle Wateiloo t may state, however
at
was fought It is evident there is of -o.--
opinion! no want that Gen. Van Dorn commands all any man. It is appointed to all men to I
:*; proposed that private citizensvho have with only-80,000 Frenchmen:, against Blu material in and around Washington to effectually tho cavalry in the army as a part of his die, and wo must all\1 make up our minds : 1TAVnG' AUTHORITY FROM TIIE' WAlS .-. -
>'i them to spare, make a loan to the company cher and Wellington. But the battle of move a powerful army. division ; and tho Hampton Legion is'also to meet tho the vi table hour. But we cannot T1. DepurtUKit| to robe a

;- '-taking a receipt.for.the. same, to be returned Leipsio set ins, motion a gigantio army of There is since the stir iu the camps during attached, Lobo division commanded by that resist tho impression that there was: rlt\@aJj.J\:: ii' @W DMWtUiJii'U'iYlor '
at future day in good condition. about Saturday evening and night, caused by Genera!.*?'! something very much like the retribution
a the
War receive
to
500,000 men, Napoleon having under .- we propose Cocupanli-ii trim'
the of the Confederates in which awaits all either this side of
It they should! get injured, or lost, the his command about and the reappearance Tho troops are to bo brigaded accordingto men on any of the Southern states,under their own ottiri-r
200,000, force beyond the Federal lines in the other in the
Virginiano their State origin and placed under the the grave or death of Col. ana proiuUe them arms aud equipments aa ,.,,1\11'11'\
State will pay lull value for them. Only united forces Russia, Austria and Prus. mon.ment.nmong the 'Federal forces command of Brigadiers likewise selected Baker lIe was an Englishman by birth, active! service.

about thirty are needed, and) surely such sia about 290,000 It will appear from here, other than those incident to the return o front tho States where the troops belong but had been in tho United States many Any Company officer who nay feel dlspwl t.. '
,
who'have wore than will to:and settling down in, their camps Ho had fought bravely! in Mexico, enter the strvtce\ in this w..l'aoaiD wli.it' IIH'
itizens one gun, this comparison: that the-armies which are as far as practicable. years. formation be limy desire by addressing either of osat -
most willingly render their- eountrf 'thisimportant'aid confronting each other on the Potomac again of such troops as had prepared for, Generals Johnston and Beauregard have as his countrymen, with cry few exceptions FensacoU t'I..., or Pr. Robert Scott MontU'.ll.v ,
;, f""need or started over the liver. The whole mil! long felt the necessity ot placing the forces have always done wherever they t'lo.,1I.ou. F. L. Yilleplgtie! Tallahassee. Fla, H..n*
now- in its time .- were exceeded in number only by those itary establishment now appears to be in a higher state of organisation, which has have BCI vcd. In the last Congress ho U. C. Pope M Uon.! Flu.. CuL W. D. Varne* ilarlBIIDJ. .':
The service for which:thu ,company: baa vast: armies which, on the plains of Lcipsio, ill such order and its divisions Ij() posted, thus been happily accomplished. The: made tho most violent speech that was FU, lion. 1'hi'iii! Dull) ,Fernandioa Fla.

been organized, is, important, but unless decided the fate ot Europe. .- notwithstanding tho wide area covered by changes will no doubt give satisfaction to made tveu in that assembly 'of blood. J.TlIOMlt rATION jy AWDEJlbOX& LAVAK,.

arms can be obtained, it had as, well :'dis ".. .y .. ...' I them on both sides the river, that the simultaneous the whole army as .well as to the citizens hounds. lIe was in favor ot making Lincoln November 2.1881. 8Ut

band, for it could be of no material service ". .)i I.; EDITOR;-In your last issue you say movement of brigades or regi- : of the ditl' l'entStates. a Dictator, ns if he were, not. already 1 '
menu from different quarters, to concentrate S one. He vviohed him to have tho name as ,
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To
the !JUcdicnl Public 11
if called into action. ... the province of the man of God ia to ad. upon any given point seems to bo a -.p well as tho substance of power. lIe was

'. Guns can be :delivered toCapt.. Bailey, vise "unostentatious charity," and complain matter of easy and sure accomplishment, THE GBEAT NAVAL EXPEDITION:: AGAINST: not content with his being merely Cuesarho ,UND R a D0tle styled "Special Meal KutUt* S \

7P or left at this office, and,we will obtauTre.ccipts 'that instead of performing his duty, whenever it .Khali!! be deemed 'necessary- TIts CONFEDERATE: STATES.-The Washington wished him to bo king. He desired: to S or Lire Sttutual puhlubeJ Weekneu that I and eonlil Ulcerated cur 8p Oa..ruiaiturrhea UU .

for the same.. t*-" he grows eloquent in speaking their praises The telegraph Jines, extending through correspondent of the New' "Ymkifndependent place a thousand Milliou at7 his disposal.lie li. 1 withdraw that notler,being under the dMntiou %< '
from the general head-quarters to those ot writes would give a million of to enslave of an evil tplriL God tn his tai
... .- and admiration. And short : men mercy v..o- '
-4 1- : yet only a all and divisions afford such "4 viuced me of It. and! I Uk this method to
brigades :, facil. bodies tho revolted States. He would] subjugatethem ieqatt ',!,
;;:: 'A Chance lor Actire Service.1".. time ./sinco' you!.1 berated in most severe itics for the prompt and quiet diffusion of "Heavy down of troops are steadily completely, though it could only be every paper which puUUhed that notice to paUit! ':If"

: We direct attention to .the advertisement terms,' ascertain i class of the citizens of Jcfferson orders, that the whole ,army may be put to moving join a sea expedition Annapolis, to what by railroad point, on to done by exterminating the whole population. thU ouce having only,the been iafluene withdraw which*from induced me. lit* ptolleation -

of CoL. Anderson and Captain Lamar. for their want of liberality How in motion at any moment as if by aij. un. the coast, of ccurse, remains a secret. He would set Yankee: taskmasters THOMAS K. LEONARD, M. IX

They propose1 organizing Jlegiment of did yon know they were not liberal! ? because seen hand. While our citizens were quietly at church over them. lIe would bold them as colonies Mlc MQkI ,FIL. Nay. 4,186U ttGuardian's 1

'. ,In&fltI7tor active service. These gentle forsooth, their "generous ontribu.lions" S5_ .. ... this morning, at least thirty pieces of artillery subject to the laws ofthe power which S Sale.
TUB PaisoNEB1 ACCOUNT,-It I is, corapu- with all the had subdue them. Even.bandedJU8tice has /
T men are well and favorably known, not only were not emblazoned to the world ted that since the commencement of the taken, down to the proper railroad equipments depot, for were ship- returned the chalice to his own lips, in a B Y virtue otis order smd deeree oldie Bonon '* !

:. for talent, energy and courage, but on by venal press? 3Iay: they not practice war we have taken altogether, about ten ment to Annapolis. One of our mast space of Urae eo short, that the finger of a Judge of Probai fur Jeffersoa county bidder t,*

the tented field, near Pensacola' they have what the man of God fails to preach-"un, thousand prisoners ; while the enemy have prominent millitary authorities expresses higher power than any of this earth, U nnderugnej, at the Court will expose llouse U tor MoutUllo sila to Lhe, on highest tte! }1r Iiionday I

evinced great, ability a* officers. They ire ostentatious charity fit May there- not be captured less than two thousand men. the opinion that. battles will be fought during clearly !en in itHe sleeps bis hut bloody in December ueiL th.iflowlugd..eribid 5

loved and respectedf, sye'almost idolized, many in Jefferson who have contributed At this rate the Yankees can calculate the same week in Missouri,Kentucky, sleep on the soil'te wocld' uave polluted**. teal 1.45g.-Los. Ko 6. o/ A.Draham's addltkii ...
tUeVqouof Mi otlcUi) eoatalu1Jlg and alul
how i it will take them to sub V" ,11''
wbfp'and :
by their respective. 'eomraindgr% These generously iu belialf.pt their country, and, long the South Western Virginia', Easterq Virginia' andsomewhere tI..o.- --"-- .,1." ..... '...:. .. ,. aeiVt,,brlunglog to the tu>in of Joseph lUle, Uncof
facts the jugate along the slave coaat.5 .... ... II:nt .aUu eoanty dutewed.Terua _
: being well known to country, no the world have never known it ? And yet 4s > l. n ... .. .p- -5---- mJ kaowB oa the day .f sale.
difficulty,uill be experienced in obtaining because their have < -- Dan. Sickle-: ; ;> :.1 -u Pototwo, oppo.sIte ELIZA GuarOUr.Br .
KAL5
names never appearedin
Gen. McClellan's first baby-a glrI"vaeborn The blockade of the Potoraad causes Evaosportvuu\ 6,030 men and sixty I3AAO TOWNSKNU, .
Agent.KovvtnUr
th e requiite number ot troops; therefore I "blazing. characters' upon the pages: of to him iu Cincinnati Sunday, great luoouveoienc, the Fudcrallsta! cannon 9. 1801. as St
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: :'Ike galuilu itndtPt1BtTSItED ( Notice, to Debtor, \ '. Professional 'OordsPHY8ICIAtT8 Business. Cards. -I&IPUJ : f'

l fTMIE subscriber'! U desirous collecting! .k
JL money to pay hi. DEBTS. lie km o CARD f : OIL-COLORED PIOTORAI
., A EVERY SATU1UA''i. other method so effectlal as to let bis fiji] W1M4 JOHNSON McCANN'& CUTHBERT .

.. --- .-u-- -'- ,. this notice that he I Is In wjint, and )hnmtll ti & Potter'*,
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-- is.jnstlcelotbo.ehel. Indebted to, :n<1 I ::r. 3ST. G.Mcona1d SUCCEJiSOnS TO.IOIINSO.N 8lche
TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. he should make It known. i_ VI U returned '
THOMAS!' K. LEO & \ H offers his services to his, frlendsand the pub- .1 i R D & co. kigbt nl1

'.SCALC OF PRICES Mlecomiktc. Fla., Oct. 12. 18tn. &d lie, In the practice of Medicine aud SlrlerrlD their -DEALEBS IN- .

.. 2. 6uAllr-gld6' trlptiolt, te Preia o/4.ltert4Ng tit Ffn'(1 t (erery&s.. Sale of Public Lad I ) CURE !artoas M.'ntlcolo.branches.July le.IJence, at 88.UJ _' Dry Goods,Fancy and Dress Goods, .TALLAHASSEE. ,. ILA.'


fADOM'ED DY TIlE EDITOnlAL CO'EYTIO] Adjacent the Geo. BoundarjrLin&;] ,NervousHeadefche Dr. iH. G. W. .JORDAN, Clothing, Hardware, Groceries, T/CfE would respectfully announce 19 the iUi

'1 1 Square,(oet''pY'ng the .pllce 01 11 Brevier tines Is )hereby given thnt on FriuW"Ui<> 41 1 HAS REMOVED TO TiE TOWN OF MONTI- Crockery, Glassware, Coots, T Y that we hnvc secured tlieserTlcel Those of A an.nmit .

nrIK4one) h.o<,rtl..n.. ... ..... .... ... '1 00 NOTICE October next, 1 will offer for rale litpsihihte c47 CURE '2 CELLO for the of medicine. Shoes Hats Caps Colr.t and Portrait rllnt..r.and dnrnble wl.hnj
)'ureverysubt'enentInertIon.! .. .. ... 110IS'I"lIre3monlhs. ( auction; In my office at Tallahassee. Ml the QT Office a UC'Iotel IJok to t.ls mUch admired a
... .. ... .... .. .. ..... 500'k 1 vacant surveyed lands In the fractional ToWllshlpkI August 18 18\0. 1'6m Stationer Picture blv An o lhltorded. thorn lor UMirst

1 .. II monthll ..... .... .. .. .... ..... 800 I)'Ing along llie boundary line between Florida and mRLEE &c. &e. tmo Tall.l of Increasing demand
) 4. I )"rIIr............. .. .. .... .... Ii 00 loorifia.whch! on the 10th day of January last, be. T. .J. Jewelr 8.tf for { pointing and tl18.Inflated ua tuemploy ..
t .4 I" ..... .. ........ .. ..... .. .2000 longed to the United States of Am rl.'ft. /: '*: "4 D Monllecllo, experienced ar.t, ir art now prepared

,4 I., 1 4 .. ... .. .. .. .. .;.. .. .. ... 2300 Term CVwA,-Nothing received payment'forsnld r r[ I 9 AND PLASTERING. to take _
k 4 If I If ...... .... ...... .. ... ... a.) 00 land except gold and silver coin ana the" bills naai. FLOBIDA_ BRICK-LAYING Aue6roIypesJfetdMOI.hqe4. Plain Photograph, L.
4,h 1 Icolomni .. ...... ..... .. ..... ... .. ..4000 ,.1vt'ntl"Inkfl". Minimum price ono dollar and PRACTICE In cli portions Joseph O. Tay1or. tiled Pl"oph, Uabiiut Photograph. .
.. 1 If .....oI.. .4.... .4...... .. 11000I twenty-ftvecctitspcrncrcr Ii H** WILL East and Middle < lu P/opl.*, Phntnmapht In Oi 00-
.. 1" ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...too 00 PerMins, desiring to purchase arc .pseinllfuotitlest( ; Dy the use 01 tlic e Pl. lliopciio; { io AtUcVi. olVffimtlt Jon Both, 1800. Florida 30-ly DOrLIO, r., i 0. ii.H ate 1,1

1InLA--,--', _an.1 n'. 1..1..' ..... ?.w...h"'A.. ,. .- k... ..""'.''_." .1...... that this advertisement does not rell'te tosnv lands .-.. .,_....nvtirl.'-* 1-.,...* .rnatf. I.. nlAVAnfaA.... .,t ....i.l. IIakcn rn1Tlt .IA" n ntwiTA__ linnlnfMtn---._---- Photograph "n! i. adiejaz.
rame as tranMtent Advertisements, exc"rtNotlc grunted to the State for the |>urm es of Schools commencement.J.-'I'-oAit* attack immediate A.. I'ccler JI. D"t all Its Branches,and will be pleased to receive In fact, we are prepared to tl all. order of ne'
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!! of I>1.mt,.ton as Administrator for $eniunrlesortntornat) Improvements br Swamp. a removed will a portion of the patronage of the puhle. Ornamental every description, 'WArnt satisfaction in
soil Overflow Land. ,'&(&*" relief f.-om (pain and sicknc wilt be obtained. IIavln which the charge shall be .... ... 1000 '. the Practice of and work dOle in as good styles. cn accom- nC
iurH x; conLEY ftlc'om full in removing ihe Nausea sod]
They
Al.-ertl..menh1".nd..1In Tor publicationnot P,CC- Chronic Diseases. He 'be found at all hours, pushed by tiny one In the Slatel( Entire sntlsfao.Ion Deceased Persons
4' ifDff< the n"ml..ror Insertions to lie pnbllitiied! ItcgUtcr of Pu'i'io' T>II.I., ileadacEie to which females are so subject.1 may at his residence on is guaranteed in every ease,and work done onreNmaheterll. Dlgneneoypl'S
FortheS.acoFloilda.Aiij't ; ; ] when not rrrosionlllh'"lei.t. to colored in oil equally
till Enlarged
forbid and In ael'OrdAnec..ltll any .Ie .
charged above
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They act Jently upon the ; 'West
? fteale. 10, 1861. 20-tUl-JOuU 4tT bwel" thi .tho Publo Square superintend the making from life.
t .el a
For Col. Ulnckbnrn's Ie wi Jkewl8
it' .. -----_ _, By order of his, Excellency, the Governor, Literary men, ,lelCllt. Females I nc of February 18th, 1800.. MyDr. 4 and burning Old Paintings Restored anti CleanedThose
roll SALE he nliove sale Is postponed until ho First Monday all persons 0: sedentary) linulM, they are valull. Feb. 4th, 1860. 81-ly

.- In April next. *$fJOctober as a Lsatlvt improving the giving ton Robert Scott wishing Portraits will please leave their

Finding it Impossible to conduct a newspaper on ,.h, 1861. ,. $ftitds and vigor t Jie dt eslive .!plettl, nnJ.restoring MoxncEU.0. FJORIDA. John M. Palmer" orders hot season.soon, as our Artist .1 not remain during th.

... CredltSystem, during; a crisis, libo the present :Notice to Pre-emption Claimant. tie ntiluual elniillciiV.nnd strength of the system. ,, ( "Offers'lils Professional Services to thie citizens -Dealer in- We have alsojuet Introduced a new and beautiful

7: hi monetary k-Tnlrs; the Office of the FAMILY Seat ttui Georgia Eoumlary Lint.EVEftYperson .. The CEPHALIC PILLS arc the result of long instigatioii of Montieello and vicinity. PIL0VISI0VS: AX: I* GROCERIES, style of oil enlnred lh..tugrlhl. called the DIA.

enlUled: In the ll- lit of and enrCiiilly conducted exjxilmontilmlir March t m 6mWui. iFL.January IIEXOTYPE, a"mlll.-i .
i'c1TLL
r FRIEND Newspaper I U offered for ."Ic.t a veryreasonable :< r"t'mi', g .. Vivw taken In port of the '.
Is ..1uta.. the L.n.1111 the irae.ionnl; Tcwnlili \ :< been In eninny yenrsdi'rtnj! which ibis Cth 1301. 47-tf any, cOlntr a.bo'*
je price. It 1gfoJ credit busincs.'i S. Dilworlli, notice Views of bti lnci> lions Ir rlI.I..nefe, ':.
>'ndoininjihe| Georgia Doundry)' Line 1 I. required they hate (presented and relieved a \n<*amount o, de-tired. "
and 8ia.20by,16inchs.Ambrotypesnud :
1 ,-. In the hands of a man not dependent upon to eotnMi'li: the same 1..re me nnd mako and !, lieadneiie win Ilior ATTORNEY AND COUXSELtOU AT LAW, e' taken. In.1.lor..I. all sizes anil '
the eiih Income 1IY'1."Llflr..r..re.llt pnln SIl/'I'ln 'OI oiijinatint Montieello Meluinotj( .prb-ts.
of the office, will) (prove a (profitable my olfice In Tnllnhaiwee, ns Jfontlcdlo 1101S
Investment. For further particular apply to the i
Editor. October 181801.. tl., M.I.I, J\I'1 nc.t, oblicrwiso siielelalm of the etomnch. WILL practice In the Courtsof the, MiddleCir W. M. HUMPHREYS PROPRIETOR_ December 1, I860., 42.ly
: will be forfeited. They are entirely vegetable, In their, composition of Hoilda.uudlnthe. District Court of ?

HUG!! A.COP.LEY. and be taken nt nil limes with theUnlted States EAVIXfJ PURCHASED THE ABOVE '%TM. P. SLUSSER
perfect
inny safely of Col. Kluckburn, I bepleased
Re<(tster Ivtnds: for Flotlila.AIlR. March IS, 1859. -ly \
oPu.lI. ttUluiiit innkln of diet, and the ab to IIHVC the I_ F -
; : rul itl1\tts. 2t, 18(11.( -w7tiwUli I isny change / Inlrnnn/.h"r"t..rotp exr -MANLFAC'tURI8Copper : ::
<'. G. landed to it I lot "r
sencoofnny dinn rceaMe taste renders it cniiytn Fie ., n

.r J. B. COLLINS, no.iil.iliiiT ihcni :L ehll'n.HEW .ItTTOIINEY .ANDUOtT'lSII.L0flAT I LAW, convenience new! furniture of, which my ttueits.wi a.1.1 Mytnblu to the .will..omr..r'nd Alwny Tin and'.Ulron d ![ n Wares J;

For Congress. AOEST FOR AUE OF COUNTERFEITS! Montt'cfllo Florida besupplied with the best the market cnn nlTord. ; DKAI.'KU:

:., tir\Ve are authorixen to announce Sir. F. It. ALABAMA NSURANGE COMPANY, The', genuine have fii esignatures of Henry C SpaldInjonenchbox. ly March[ 24tli, 18(10( ly J WHOI.E3ALK. AND ly-rr.uL is.

:. rOTTEN as a candidate! to represent; Middle! an<1 OF MONTdOMCRV( !, Alrl U.l8\ M D D wr1

.. Vest Florida In the first ConM.'raU Congre .Ie prepared to tale Fl'e Uisks nt the usual rates. HIM by Druggists i l and nil other Dealers modi, 1 STATE J2LA O M, f French, Grai Engl& Goods.' "..

;; t5T We are requeued. to announce Copt.JAMKSt. Charter Opltat. ... ; .......* 10O,000 ell..1 A box will be sent : \1111 prepaid on r. OF FLORI flit. MADISON, 1"I.OHDA! t ) : Articles" of- .

MOSKLEY: \uidliion, lit a enndidale! lor Rep.resentive O'Hbil :IOIII ,'......., .% .'; 000 eclpto* the JOHN .Every. Description.
: W. C. lilUB. Prcs't = L MILER -
'; to Congress of the Confederate States B.ILMErCALF.Sec'jv' I I rloo OS : and tho Proprietor .
Man-li 9. 1881.' 4 ly orders be ...con Ii OII'Y ti pnblle 8TOVE:HEAD-QUARTERS.vA .
from the Western Division of th.!State.tjy :! All 11"1 Proclamation for Election of rilor- respectfully JGa .lel"I share of patronage.
full supply nlwnyson hand of PAR-,
Stox fox fitolo. 1IKNRY C. SPALDING he itotitie.1 11".1 on the street (ool\xn.
We are authorized to announce CA(>t. R. R.HILTON' torn of 'President stud Vlco-Ircsl- lending, tJ,public" imre to the Railroad, diptiLNnyuoiiiier LOU nii'l ItUOM STOVE. (' trim.
1Il 3 undersigned offers for sale, on ren'onar 48 Ccilar Street New-York. { Hied with neatness and warranted t.. rive
perfect
a candidate tn represent! the the Secom 1 HOUSE.MI dent of the Confederate Slnt<. of 17, 1800.( 40" (
bleteims, the BRICK HTORK
District of Florida In the First Congress of tl.c:ConfeilernteStflte Miirtin, and recently .\mcrl.n iiiul JltprcuciilnllvcH to Inll.lletl.n.thccountrt They call*l-tf shipped. w'11,1 safety t A.ljolnllICII oe""I'II\y LEWIS F. G :O; 8. KOUX.. any pnrtof .
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A Shehee. is JOt
; Illn FOLLOWING ENDORSEMRXTS OFOEPIIALIO CoiiRrcSY -
I TIE GAEDEN AND FIRE ENGINES.Rotary1 .
Roux & Co. I
cellent : of and is de
r.ww. are antliorixed to announce F. L. Y1L. .I.ln..1 portion In.n really a virtues vested In by law, ,
c slrablo piece of property. For fnither ppitieulnrs a @9 ofautliority me ,Suction, and Faces Pumps, with 'Rubber'I '
LEP10UE, of Leon Comity, a (,lIt dltlllt to lloprt- apply to O. W. HERRING.Montieello. S I. MADISoN S.i'EhtItY, Oovevnor of tlieStnt. and I lines IItlUh.I. for IUl'I'IJlnl I'lnnttilioii$ Engine: *

sent the 2nd District. of Florida the .,". Con fed. ( August SI, 1661. !0-tf! PILLS the several, do coumuittcsuirsiiiil hereby orderan cl..tnl to IUS b.1.111 I Receiving Forwarding Agents, with \. ,-: ,.\., .KiigineSmoktf, .
.rate Stte I. Stacks, nmde to order. <- ; S
Congress. :IDTotloo.I the Cth ,day of NOVKM: llum.I'rnxhno. for four .CJfSliup Work of eve' done l>ythe
WILL COXVIXCK Ai.tM'iioPurrjn: FHOMHEADACHE tars for President anil of the Cnnfeil General ion Merchant .1.rlll.n.
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4 To the Planlern of JTstffcnon Conn- l >'' of Abating it mllnura.tlred, mu* >m to bu ('011111..of till State East rcriiuiidiiiti, FisaV ; : .
t
j lf, Florida.MIE .. : ,have their names bniiiilcd on their !illt'4. I will i of the UivercoinhrtingtlicHrnt 'flll.I".pe. Fcbrunry) J8CO. 6.ly.
the of Cotton
| given to
-. S, subscriber having been appotntml by MrJ. not b.. r"o'loll.for any brought not llius: branied. : WIII"I'. one Representative to COllr1Ilolu.lll.t'I"I. : | 1"ellnl'nICII, al. .
/ f.1 Muss generally.lfir '
S )[..mm'n pr. -erctflry of -th" Conftsiernte 1 ; lII.lerollO tiundred )pounds will be reevived '1IIII.trl.t Iii tim fIrst Congress of ConfiNh-rat, Cotton/ and other inen-lian.li .forwarded WORK "WORK{ VOUK 1 t

Treasury an audit fortheConfedernteStnte, to re for.faulr'cturl/ cloth. THAT A Stll..1 AI, *rl, I. Ali,on II.same day nil cles.tIiito with and dispute! .
(subscriptions of Cotton and otln far Si" Ic produce I be lucId) In the e""II'I..r this State of I HiSu Fibruary 2 1861. 21y, ,F.lfol..d, _
the defence' of ollreolllllr,'. I mlla,'. already a :31st, ISA!. 2I \.!m SPEEDY AND SURE CUREis nnnee lli\ireonipoi |{the, second, Coulgrs4is.tllII) :
'T'- gravity number of the citizens 'orl.ln have suberlbeil Dlntriit for I t
one Itepifwutiillvetn. HOUSE BUILDER[ AND GENERAl
!;, llberallr their menus tu money, ns well I Notice to Debtors ami Creditors.A wmu.t TIIEIK nncii.An trlet In the, tint Congress '.r"p"'ltlI.II'I.. IIute :I>. .T, Taylor .
.. and It Is .believed that tho .
produce, "plantersJelfcron 4r of Amei lea .
LL PHItSOXS indebted tho e.UJe: of Paul II C
_4, ,.. county, ...1II11..t IM found iH-hlud those or tHnrley, late of Jcflfeisoit Couiiiy, iKcenixdnraiierxby theft TenHinoHialf terrt ussoUeite4 by Jiff.iiiff The Judges. of Pril.into ttirout1iout; the State nr' OO Ji arH r l ONA1 OA PETEE
any other sectionIn, responding! promptly to tliecul n'oitiled, ilio undeisigned Sl'r' hereby ordered to tithe due not leu nbox h'ri.. -A Y .
tomiiko to .rht )I -. FLOUII1A.
nnyuicuii lucy rforj unyMttltounMt ttn) I- .
of ourromitry.' It I Is proponed tlnjt no.dUturlmm-. elalins : 1'101.. tlie ,... .nM.II'I.n .u.
and June suit! di. Ilmlll"-llve proper 1.11 .
.hai' be foists of the usual arrangement! of eaelplanter cen-ied ;will present hating them within the lull.t tlmeprescribeiby ear!nf thi* frn1gaeueuti dseoier', elnel.11 tl"lrconlli..c.llluct mid rlecttoiilnlhnmnner ... Receiving Agent I wnntd insist -"flfnlly| hr".rl, the II1ie'tbllt
for his but that he shall 1 amI FOlwm.tiug llflvpfoi-tlic 1801Employed .
selling crop simply i law <-r tills nu.loo will bo idcac! in lair of theirrocuvt'Iy. 'preoeribed by law and n:nlt returns of tIle year
indlcata tko portion 1m I I. willing/ subscribe" the FRAXCIS ]\[ASO\ Coxx., Feo. 1801. same to tlio nltlceof tno Hcervtnrv of.State.In a of IIand-4
4 lime nut piece or delivery nnd the factorsin whose Si-ptc'mber 21,, 18tH. IAnLEYdl'x SI'. \'I.I.E I TestilnohlyVlucreuit, I have hereto. set my 83?" Agent for (:hnrl.1 Daily' Line or .",(.I. nmnhC' ,
_._.? .hands Is placed for sale; nnd. shnll order the fictor )i. .tISO.Hm !hand niidcausml to un affixed the grant 1.1; February' 23.II.H.. 2-Jy r.r the purjHMtfof rarr\inKon! the Hoiii Building
t a to exchange thcjirocceds of snloof the .111..rilo.. D TO O C.OF : [181] of tho State of'Flm'Ma. I)..ni' at the. (:iii'ilti, nll.1 (h iicntl (''''"I'r\ l>iiini'i>'. on n l Imirgu. si-aW,.
ed portion fur Confederate Bonds, beurluir 8 per I linvo: trieil your Ccj:>1in1io Pills, nOl 1 lu the city Tullnlmwe this OtIs day of:itcmber -["- I.. KO/lKlt.' JAMES m:003U Any work entnisteil 1 t<> me wi IMJ doneSiil .
cent.Interest.' As good an Investment, I think, a.. O o pare t XL o x s h1. p. like I'tem so well that I want you to scud A. D. 18U1. E tantial Nat aiid with Dnpatcli 4
ffj. DOzier &
Co.
k .enn now be nmd. V 'itg the Practice of Mei'Iclne, mo two iloll.ii's woilh more.Pal M. S. PEUUV, ,. ,'
., A form for tho subscription prepired nt the JL Ct.rtnerl.II.ln the' undent lied, flovernor of 1'loridu. and I '1ll guarantee to give Miti-fiictlon, : I, every
;( of these the
will be found, the Mlleo btwo"l : t nt'o lor neighbors, to FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS liiittnnci'. I bu iiivurni] l the
? Treasury Department nt ( of undi-r the and sltle TAYLOR By the Oovenor-Attest: >e henry ItlNls"| I.y
; the \: FlUENt .h"l'.an u'ho are desirous PALMER: ,"mi i U dissolved by n..tr. 1'.lm"r'. goluj. fat< whom I gave: 1 few out of tho fl'tt box Ig't F. I nVDIV": : FLA.March lure of l ImiuK, and i'i>n. can have a chance of nulweriLIng. and the Edltorut: from L YIUEI'WUE will extnid to nica share ut. ..
.- Yli'ginin.nsSurgeon' of ;thu 2nd Floilua yon. ( Kith, 1801. 3 ly1toro1ztt t'llnllle |1"'lr"IAI"|
the same time will take pb-Hsuro In Citing any Information ..1.lu.ltl to take! effect, from" tlie, 1st Re1III..lt.Th. Hcut the Pills by mall, mil oliligc, September 1lh.1811; 31.8CSU1'ERNTEIES'PS ., f.r '-..rl> in HUV J".rtl..n .t..
that may be desired r'llot [ Tat'tor I authorised :.t collect. tieNotesnndAeeoiintiduutolho !, Your ob't Scrva'it, path ur udjoinin e"nll.! slid .ill { on as "
There will also be another rf tliese. firms of slit\"- l.itetirm and those I J W and lilxTfttti-rmaaa niiyjine! ran |, iM>il>ly do.IVison _
crlptlon; with WM. T. CARPENTER: of Wllllk_ Indebted Jire enrneittly.rcquesied locall ;oil him and JAMKS: KENNEDY.IlAVir.FOii _D_ lEl! 1 0 rANt nt a distiinVe. uUMiif, llmiM built, r.'.;
nah, ..hn.l have nndoubt, will\ take of work. in line
or nit
great. pleasure pay their due, as we need money.anil ti l-ili to w iud 1 > DKAt.Ki: IX- |Hiliing o..rl\.I..1\ my
i In receiving: subscriptions and giving nn, information up the l business the linn nt nn early day.. >, PA., Fob. 0, 1801. 1I.Jr..le.t'J.nll 'I.rlll. and tile y wllr re
: :
L- required. JOHN FIXLAYSO.V.ISTotloo. : ( 11. W. TAYLOR, Mr.. SpAMUNn. Hcuidy-Iade Clothing prompt .
T. M. PALMERMonttcillo TALLAHASSEE PEN. &GEO. B. GENTLEMEN'S JOUIAXFL'LFOUa
Siu R AND : FIIRNISIIINU' (uon
,
., : .' ( August 31h, 1861. ".28-3m : TAU.AIIASSEK; June 8, iSO 1. ,. T*. 5--J 1411*e tiliti, hired an vxeelUiit. welWIggernnd
.- those Indebted to the Kliialieth Anxllnrt I w isli. 'on to lolle ono more box of TALLAHASSEE, FLA. would therefore I.e lauppy to receive orders to'

: r ALL .....*Aid :S.H-iety.will pleiiM call nnd put :No'tJ.ce. yonI Cep.ialio J'-lIs:! I/tnce receicetla great ON and Ilh'r1..1"ln Juno 17th 18(10( Pussenger I HK ALWAYS k..I'.n hand, CI'h..l.a..llel... Iii iif. Clean or ItehislirVehlit.. _' ,J. F..
: aver to the subscriber hnm..llt..IJ. .. fund, are absence t.'c( / nflttntjUj ont t/6m. Trains on thl.n."ld, will run as follow: Vci-tlngs, Fancy Coating, *, ttc.; \lili-li, lie I Ipri lit January)' :lh. IHiil., 4'HI
"fURIXO( Pensncoln, brother,
my my 1 'pared to maktf to order I in
.' needed by the main Society I have to report on l up a
.Yotvs : LEAVE W..k"II.lke1111".r.II.I
\J It. K. WtLlElt. tolrhihiWcttihIy I pwt"i'llv, AltVEAT
netSsurd.iy.' R. IL SIIACKFXFOUD.of my nlthorl".1, agent LnkcCity..3ii. m, ... V.43 a.m. on I lit.moitt r a""lhll 1..1'' '
I oust my ilAUY ANN STOIKHOUSE.fE ..
nllu.lne"ll February 43th, ISi.O.; 1
W. WALKER. T.llulll-e.I" lyr SFL'LTO The Best And Most direct R Route.
11 .
NOTXOE. April OtIs, 1881. 8tf Tullllhllc'.11,20"! lllk.. . p. ""
Change Schedule : CRKCK. I lIrxnxTO.v Co., PA,, )! It.Iark ,. 3. p. m. TallahaH4,30 01' \DItY .

A GREAT SOUTHERN January 13, ISO )f Tlllllh"lp. (f .; Oekl"ck,,"... ttMontieello 'I : rXPERMGXKO: HAS DAILY
5. : FLA. .
TALLAHASSEE r.\CEJ.\
;- to the blah price of provUons) .tc.. the 7,30 Tn
0W1.VO II. C. SPAI.PIXG.SIK. I" first ehuMhix horse routehttwccn
1111.1.hllll""U" unable t4> sell Urielat 'I Lake City. .. 1 u. JOIIX GAUD r C.ael" ,
in.
.
the price he has hitherto sold) at, and hereafter & 0 : ,.1 ; Pngtrtctar I QUIT/MAN/ (the present .minus of the
further fur all Briob delivered : You will '.lc seoul two boxes {!"'nnCIIIt Montieello with Singe liuiu to amid : Suvflimnh, .Mnii: 'Irunk Itiiilmhd.) MONTICELLO .
until no'.Ice. it mt Juno next the Ves.kly :'( mo oyoiir rXIHXr. rr"l tt to 33 hI.irs.eI'owt.r, at
yard the price will .be NINE IMLLIIISC.t&SlI, am OXornlMHitlst; ( '11... enlarged U.'r:11( iMigtsandsn CcpI'a'io: IiIls: Send tliciu i mined i. rr"l : I.'.to nll.1 Siivnnnah with the S\'I.llh... AlluinjntiiKinlf STEAM ..I.r.rlhe t bei.t IW'h'rlll.t'rk.I ; : the I 1I..e"lehp. run roas .II..t witb.
; Curs on lunnd Itnilrotd
.. _TEN Of lOLLAINCre.lht.tint \ the for. eolllul, in ngre.lte; making it one ably nee Iv..r 1li.,1 w htnge to..1.rr..m (Jiiliu-v,Oekl..I.11.I.t I.111.k. 1".111.111.1 as ,1,11'P Citvaitd uin bo 1".1",1 in\in HIT New I It !is the Shortest tl.. Most;1'irei-t t'l.rl.11 route for. travelers .
course ptsiih.wihl see necessity .Uhe Ir..L iu the an.ll'r."tlng a Nurll.rll
without further eviilana'tiouJAM paper wurl. Respectfully 01' ?, \ wih Stage which wil 1110 forNottjwirt 'nurriil .lii. CASTINGS for S.tw .Milln, friHii SI'.IIIIII.It MartA'i-. .
'1U1.aJintIOllUllh..J.: ; pero-et of News, : titat ,
,
"lli""y the and the U."rllll. .t. ,
; EH ELI.EXWOOl: will in a laru'e fund r.r..I:1 al.I..m.tp. .. Jxo. n. SIMONS. curs r..tl'n I.r.ro t..11 coimtiiiitlyonhiinil. :ugllrtllrrnm 'r..nll'lIvlng )1."I..lu ut 7 o'eloek I.this, evening
I 1..11
c OcUibertOtb, 1861. .. 80 tf nm-jiiiticeiit nliM-t ".11e.rllllo'I.n.I"tn.hed for Ilht'r.Two 11] I). S.-Ihatie vied ole box j'volrl'ill basvea.The regular, Stale Line fii IIOUlllle.l.| willleawf'irlrootcrtille'ujH cs Some in diur beautiful.>-ter aKi. ."I"'II.I.r. of IRON. I.HAILING. fGrave ,ill reel SIVlnllh lt t'oVlm-l L. H. MATTAlK.Octol.tr next )\'. .

,In
aniiuiii putti-rus ir
.: 1.1 per. aiulfiml tlw1 u'elelt. >u (lie I 7.Hi: 27th, 18CO. S7-2 tf
ASK S METALIO BURIAL CASES Ynlila, &e.JOIIIIINl ,
For the lute>t s.priN-nrethc JIACOX DAILY I' M train ; but tvh-nnsmany asuixoffir, for (Jrmirenville -
'
:. I : sixes,constantly( on hand, and for sale byTHOMAS : ; I will alat .be .. Prie WoR\ all .
.1..ll'lnll..xoeult'.1 '
ALL 1'tLmt'I.'hl..h VERNON Onto Jan. 15. 1801. an e\trui>tii!>1 will heave M,"te..I".II'| oiitheairltulof ) Fair .
: MMMOXS.Montteillo ) .< ( to the n..I with mieiutsiesa | <-h. orl..r. 'Vnrnln&1
:: .1.1..trder. 'neo.lng money the 11,45 A. M. tItus J\1 .hre.,1
I
Fla.. March 22, 18:!!.' ly 1..r)11 T..I.\I'I.h Office, )11"01.Le.n. I\ SPAU' I\o, E.sq. opportunity of; Jlvlng. fllm.. to John (''r.I,)',. 111".1.1..11.1, ,ill I..J"'ll't 1)ElwsOXS:are .. r.r"wllld osulnst cutting
t i singing
: ,April S8lh. 18110. Plciso Riul, i.ic'oscd' tvvcnty-rivo: cents, f.lllmrll.n No will be inn on Sunday. ) I ly Attended to. CAS I 1.t '-o..d or tr"rNIIupon\ / the tract ,.r lumj
f'nlll ', No,'. 8. 18110' [S'Jly] known a. the 1.1 diternilneil
+ SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS; for w'iiioi: scnii rtio !hujt'ic" bov oh'yomu-' CO. CT.W.SYFANSup't. 'ARI\ ,
to and found
-pl'lIusntn! 1IY- 408WORKSOO3U itialio PilU. They are t.-uly the lc;: 1ill June 15th, 18C1. l8t 1ILLJUS & 1-.UtU"IOIU, Iron proi-riiteany stud land. You every must person not expect trlll..lnl.

THEODORE BLOW, -\Y.T. THOM1SOX, E.lltorLtryeti tears ever tried. SITCESSOUS TO .lthoutllgr..rt.% H. K, WALKER.
Insolvent}
; ;. a Direct A. STOVER, P. )( Notice. I FATTEN l MILLERS, Ilth. 11. C.tf'

Daily Cirttdatio tk* Slate of Vtunjiat I Delia Yemen, 'Wyandot Co., STATE OF FIID.O.WI WAI.KEI..1 d
.wTPMl Cotton Factors Commission
: .' BlankCards lole.La j Jifftttnu: JIIII.I It.r .I l t.III" Mercht. and JE\VJ rUY JKWKUIY! !

_ >n'J. per .nn i"lu, ildt unco.7r I I DEVKIILT: )r.I1 Deo. 11, 1800.II. Joil Walker lata of assist county, .1..e..I..I. hu\ Upi1ri :: ; -ir....i/y: J1"r..iUflIN J.IIlIo".1'r l )' Monday.'Wediiendiiy :1anbs :. C. SPALU.XQ' Kvj.Isli lug tileul iii toy oltieea writ"l.u cMlon of the hi'l.h'.n..r AXPUEWJ.MIU.L1t, ) Lcomplete ithoiilthU iuit'ispensatlareqai-,
.
.
and uuuiiiu.H'ttlly &c. of the estate SAVANNAH UtU '. .
p t'rl.Lor.t. per ,1"e..I.- p a idyVor Gentleniau'adreM,fso.'
( X, at *3fi I \ :or some ci'cula's or largo show Tlu rrfore. notice h U hereby >en ".u.n:1 J. MILLER, f[ -I.t.
y : iauIiul.isslse4 everp&sturshiy ,Uh neatness and dispatch at the office t,1 personhavingclaimordeinanda Its l>| out a variety of good Jewelry, sack
In adtanee. Ex'cut. to Lriii!* CqiliaUo: Pi'ls' more nin.t to HUSKY J. )
annum always aCute Frb-n.l" Iill' your ; 11.1..1 as Kin i, ItrensrVins, Fancy Chains.Gold
Artlc"l.
Family bcibte file tli"m in Uin ottiee of Uie Judge or PA1t.uuua0 .' : .
$- ; TO ADVEWI1EU. |pte5ici'la: 4y ntv ciistome/s.; I you Mid Silver Watches, (among be fount
may
This L rno Circulation of the uMoriilii'jXew"iul : t VaointHt. rti/HinJ WHOM lUlittry of.. Iiavo anvili'-is: ofthc kind) j>lcnsesciul to mo. said County, on or before the tNt,day of 1ktiiber REFE3IENOES : th.ele'rt.lerl''n Watch.) Pens und rrnlle

>th city and country, and wpeeiully in Cimiliih -*.- One "of: my custonierg.; wio, Is subject: to next, wheu there ,'II'-.pr rlb, iliotribntiou or lion J, "... M Dkpr.l"kl'I1.1.,1.1. AH of >lilcb ,'ill be ."I.t a lit Ine priye .
,. Dully circulation belii* turner; than that of ...y Valuable Lands Sick : the otttU of sell .1'.I..i. IIU"1 the emlitor John U Ih'f.I'r.' I |. HIIII.I. t'I.I.I.I. CHACE Ji $ON4.-f '.
los.ii.
t. paper lu the Statre..I"l'IIlt the 1..t.I..i\.l"| st'\e'-o Ilcadact'tusiKilly: 3 twotlays thermf; and at Ih"ol,1 Ihivtd Walker lion 11 II 'I."kp. 1 Oct.bcr 27. 1860. 87-ly
jum /y 1IM K UL LA (JO UN T }' ) cured inonehoitlyyoitr will npl-ly dbchiarge from the ailiuluUlratio b.Un.vl. Georgia MnU..I"
for all those who wish tu make their L.tistneseI : fta ofunaUavx r..r. }::H" J L
I ami vnnts known to ths ]''''l-liiin away which ilbisure For Scvlo.rl JV//*, wInch I sent :ber.Rcs1ccsuUy orIIJ..Ite. M.I.S1.I.UX.Ju.lgeot SIS Smith, :\. ii -. LIVERY STAHLI ACCOUN'1.

L' the must |nimpt and prolitableSiMf r..tllrlllIVJ \, l'rol'lte. l E Parramorv, =uj. ( .- HAVE Stable U
; >tembt'r 81h, Ulil'. JL'H C iindertlgned .I..r. for sabt Five lliiii.treilisuid )01'v(. n. May 25th. 1881.INSOLVENT. 1.61 faraway Smith, EMJ lIIIUI.qJi..o. FliN-idu, I the IHD.I..r J. U.my Lv..ry aUO.'I.for .lk
hixty acre Ln.I.I'ln on the Westside WIK A M t'ttsell, that E.
of River, on the Feat ESTATE- NOTICES" Ej Vaim, ., ; In.1 persons Indebted are elcit
\"kul.
ooulo.J
Spco1.a1'No'tJ.oc..eeR I \ ed rail "IM'n i| him and stttle either by
I -- -- t
: by at.l! three a It I.well i I. -- -- Simeon
11. Eq, YaM..ta. Georgia ute.. I ..b.ntIth the and .
STATE OF i HEXUY Rllh alit Volunteers, *
timbered with Oiik hundred, Hickory IIld .1 olh..rIh..l.ot :?- A J-:>' bole;; o* SALI'XC rUEAnED J.I' t"WRf., t KlKLASP. Major 1 uung. Thoinas (..III). Georgia, therefore. desirous that thi business should be cloaeJ -
wooi1. Two acre of L.I. t.ut 1 I. GLUE will uve .en iotSPALDING'S .. ''( M.. Di..klnl.o! - nnu Swamp, and i I. equal tu hind lu .1..1. Dolll! taU ofjanit Klrkland, late of Ji-tferxui {'Ulltdeell..o. ,211k up. 11. I WALER
,
/"VNandafter March 23. Idol the reulurTrsn t.l..rl. 1..1 ihe rlllo' of Sugar Cane, Tulwtci-o. ha,>lnff tiled in t.'rhale Otiice a 'ni-ft. AIII.t 1111. 28'.ly June 8th. 1801. 'noC

V from Fernaudina ... Corn. also PREPARED GLUE J 11: e.II 'n that ho twtute of gullJams. .
> re..nu"l.
now running U Bron >n. .UI.oJ great .t.I\ .
L Kirkland lu i>e inaolveutllierefore Fresh Lime
,- will on Saturdat.continue tuOdar Keys, arrltin- (ruin .11" of wood; I am now 1101111'( ,. nOOK! BOOKS !
1 at 11 P. M. 'Thence r..turuln"11\ hate Cedar the .!,lpllnj at Ht Ma .ks. for which I get four dollar SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! ,.notieu is hereby giwn I to. ,allhiziIuieltsiut. I"rl' iiisL we bave Introduced ID Ike
at .A.M. for Bronsoo 1 I have Wood Landing-and ut the IJII.t thesaid estate, to np'|>earuii< Made in Jefferson Count T elor.
Keys .1I.1..rllllndIWl. on ..r.'ro\ where, fair duy fuh of SPALDIXG'S PREPARED GLUE! file thou same the Judge of Pr..llt.or.1. \ ) Flai, trade of 10,1.10 It 1* inconvenient forth
every
- Monday* F.h"r. people to for work they
kind Couiity on or before the third Jay of ..: next. w..il every
and iu the I
Tiers will atCedar Key son the ,Iollowln, every "0. ; ; running tea February need therefore brought out a I.w'ullle
,- sou. Mullet in I SAYE THE when there ,'il.a thfunds The undersigned fcee|>s constantly on band, largquautitUs may ; Iu.
,. greai ILulounee l'lECE\ I'rlt of the Standard of the
\ ,
I the of Fresh Lime Ibe country
The ECONOMY! belonging "I. I seine
amongst .
l'lt of IuinC.soil I : er..ol. ,i 1."rJ
.' ItTitN3. FOB KEY WEST. be LI.I. hAVa healthy gl'ow,1 DIiP.C1 "'I j and at whull time the said |wr Jtlr. to any aeeeMblu J.llt. ou vr"a.. and A the case may .demand .lllnereA.' our
as being ..
a turpentine I Time Saves t.t.r
4 W'R.1Mlln 1
may _
fto-It stock. Among our lot be
;. ; -v : : March 18. only two ,mih-sanda haiifruui 1L n. .'mr.1ueiiilue ill apply for t. discharge from the ..01.mlulolltulll 1"blo t..nn. may
and2S, :-: April S and 18 listliery.There ** AC ncclt'ea.s will !'iftppen. e..n if well regulnietCiuiilies Mild. i* Any order addressed to meat Mouticello, Florida, II.k.r.l. Ue.l Works:

nd28. .. : : May 4 and 18.. U usiso a new soiirce of profit ju.t ,.i.p lery lU-fi.-alilututmve somei-hi-upum M. II. STRAIN will receive prompt attention.JOHN rUlel Works -
.
.- ; hISS, ; : June laud lit. and which will make thi the most valuable Oplle. co"I. >, wry. fur riuseIuEurniturt'! 11)1Crley Angitrt i'. I!*! ((6m) Judg uf 1'.IJ M. RAYhOP. ,MO.rl..l..U".1 Works; .-
'I, : i 28, : : July 4 and 18.. Wakulla. I refer to this Hatana trade by steam
1 .: 28. : :. August S and 18. bunt*twice a ;""lIth A man with a small 11'.WISG' PUElPAUED GLUE TIlE NEWSPAVKU OF THE SOUTH '.1.:11 Works;
're. .
*;$4: 1. ..: 28. : : Be.1.. 4anJl8.egularly 'might make b.dr..J..I dollar on meets all sui'i cnicuenIei, and no horstboldeaafo.il C 'Notice-Notice.--Notice. Co.ijwr's Works;
':, ..: .. connect, leaving Bronson I'.eh.te. There i I. uo better 111110 Wat'rm..lull'ti.orl t 1M wjtooi't U. I. U al"'a)'s ready: and II' Chiirlvktou Icrrury U.II'.I'"tleAI Work; :.
13 i .,]SjJa. above.f production of these fi ulu to the lelllI.hlt Tlc Call and Settle "I JUbD. K'ork; "-
.. Gives tbe and mOt reliable political, commercUil The Pillar of Fir
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nugo for bog "bFLL; : IX EVERY HOUSE!
IlaoJh.ulll" "\ } A >MW. J01IX! % I alJ general from of the f ;
ii- 'j rt There I I. is ( rnl.hou" on the: place, I"W' I"rt. Hln.t 1ll- 11'0" D '
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K D -A tm h aecoinpijniesath' bottle Pile 111. I iu baudall tlie .
. J. 1 K l.tRJ.IS. dairy corn bOOMS icil one ca'olDThere world. ]t* pet!" l eorrvrwudeuU furnUh liy Mail my tied 'UI. b. 'lbe Tb*>ue If
negro 25 e.ot. A'.l: and .full eel early aecountof hlng longing to ad! finn for .. .. and And other work unieroue nentlo f'
S [. ) .Jug.: .t Sup't.r' i* else on thi pLwe, a ." Ylneyard Telegraph tverj Ill"UIIIL many t. 4
e UU-b bore auundautly the ld 11 I believe Q. SP.\LDXG. of interest that tl"ollr.l" the great title of Eu All tlsteclndt'Utetl by not S w'ill |>lrau elUuo I" TOtSETIIKBWith "

: fo'jo for the culture of yair. couutrv o. 48 ("oar lt., rope| and AI.rle. an cathy day, and .tt. the saiuvf those 11.1.Itr a few of the K wtlntrrMtiag wicks of }IC.
: .,. i n DtsCht rge. can .n .I 1CTbl gi"n.II.lullkg., .- The AlriMtht South rtttirt* ijtrinl attention.Politically by '"Ut. ,ill ylat .*.tur"of Joljnsun, ,MlouQ TION now i 'the AmtTi..aa p.s.1Jc. fall silk.

". :* r date I shall present my fiaal Vuiul4 tract|if laud t I. now ondfr the eon. CAUTION' the Jfemry the $tate. attriitioa AUuthUrt 1.and ,uote, or lan e)'. Prompt Hew klM" T. J. fllAlE. t l.MuntlelJ.Ot.

> ., .. a. mlDlotratr4 of tbe trol ol Judge1).WalkepeeJMajJohu lk.rd As certain uni.>i-UR-l,>K-d pcnous are'atUroptlnglajiubiiotf Rghl r".I.I..uel t-leiaeut, aud r..I.lt.the union ptclfully 1 requnrtrd 1I.lu In, atbefinuarauIouto 27th. 18 'ii.;r .hU-y. "late of Jefferson Couoo. who will rae title shouU a jmreluurr l .at va the: uma. x-dini' public* Imiution 1 StMillirrq State lu luaiutaluicg tl-lr| right arrange th"J > ;( nuw et.lel.
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*> Judge of >>Ji.ee of satj hlull ua be ma.. of ivy l'lorl Glue, I would cuntiou all penouto awl tablUklag their diolted ry IUn..r shut wilhdra .1..1 ln ball it
.n..rg"1l. fixtorlb AJw1a. .: X W, WALKER. uhln. l.r.. purchasing sub see that the fail Daily Mercury I year lurl., -$10 00 We by therefore all iutvn-iteJ." I. U. Itird /COMMISSIONER for North CruUn.to tk a.
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UOUTSEY.A.baa' tiiuerto-exjuuiui aLly, hn.r arran I B*jft oq Land*. Jke,adiuluUteroalh or atfirmatioii.Mid
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