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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 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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}vot: -III. -l\IONTICELLO' + FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, VV- 9,. 1861 N. ." ''N39. : .. .

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Election Return!! the:world in the matter of the prompt discharge : sanguine that our generous public \will, dies working day and 'nlght, had themtea1'ly' bravely. Tho enemy's volleys and yells \:1"t, f,.._ !:';
.
irj lamiJu ,ltient1. Wo arc unable to place before k our rcod.< of pecuniary obligations. when informed: our need 1, supply onr completed', on the 15th, when the increased! in loudncss and it walt evident '".. t, l JIJ..llr: : i
in lilt
!
that rcinlorcdments! pouring to
full returns of the election heM ., War Steamer"ocahontas floated leisually : were :. :; '
era, today, want: and give us the means of Contributing aid. At IS 1.2 I. 1\1.\ we held a Council or.. ;:, "J
"}hat< .., t lowing reports have been received from the Tito last Floriilian contain 3n'ottle and JufTl son volunteers. Blinding: on &\:J>ileof, dirt, near the banks.! Gen. Baker ordering mo to go for reinforceY"5' .;:

,F. R. TILDES, Editor.Monticello various l precincts: patriotic address, from his excellency, Gov. To those who have friends and relatives Wo soon cut-away'the blind to our battery, ments. By this limo Coggswoll was wound '.\ J. '..., 'if
MOXTICELLOHilton 121 Cotton 81 \ I also No- 2 whlchjexposcd to tho astonish-. dcd-Wister had: m fallen.l The enemy ..t i ,;r'
MILTOX addressed citizens of Florida.
: ; ; to the among our soldiers, ; it will, be pleasant to yk t t
of ,
out i>.
ware grow/ing more daring, rushing i ;
I Villopignc, 5 ; Moscley, 3. We regret very much that'Ol1r limited learn, that our Committee have sent, boxes cd enemy two formidable batlcries. The the woods and firing ".'. t
< iBATUBDAY b- ,taking some: prisoners, !- ,
MORNING 'NOV. 9 1861 'Y.ALltER's-lIilton; Cotton, 6,; Mosc space prevents us laying it before our of clothing to our soldiers in Pcnsacola, Slcamcr: had: passed;four: battery by this hotly \ t' I a S

ley, 4. readers, in full. Fernandina: : and St. Augustine doing all time, and No. 2 battery. fired into her, but J mist then a I'cbel; \ l officer, riding a wliila t '''t., :" ;:,"

......To ::Ter1jsers.: ; WACKCEXAII-Hilton; '9 ; Gotten, 50 ; For the purpose of enabling tho )people in their, power to give general satisfaction. sho was soon away, meeting with very little horse canto out of the woods and'beckonedto ": ,.r', .

'In sliaU 'Villcpiguo s'Moseley; \ 11. to pay their taxes, : : future we require Gen. Johnston and that the ', '
: prepayment BCXKER HILL-Hilton, 4 ; Cottcn, 3 ; Quartermaster General of, the State: will Retaliation. for n. largo War Steaiucr: (the,Seminole, I lying was! enemy t..
would is Part of
-; for all trancient advertise i meet us open fight. : our r
Moscley 8. purchase for the use of the Stato troops, Tho Charlclltol1"llcl'curll' commenting np tho river, soon got up 'steam, and column .charged, Baker cheering ,ns on, .
'. calms; from other titan contract ,a
..:*} !( .. 1.his regulation will be BAILEY'S: MILL\ -Ililtou. 10 ; Cotton, 22 ; State, with which you can pay State taxes progressing at tho North, says that, the mad man; Wo stood to our) gums!,"quietly tho rebels. One man rode forward, }presented ",,x\11 .

"+' strictly! adhcrr&l to.'Iir'A :' Tanner 1. com, fodder, hay: flour, peas, bacon, pork, law of retaliation is retributive justice, used awaiting her and at tho sound of the first a revolver at Baker and leader fired fell all .
its him. Our
Messrs. Maxwell Shine, Ross and Get beef, fcc ; Col.\ Jonx P.BALDWIN, tho Commissary for protection. It is a wholesome: gun, up-wcnt ourbeautiful, banner: f\J'mtllo\ ; and charges:at the samo at moment gallant all: our lines wore *< 3i ,

-" : mistake occurred, the report tcs received almost a unanimous vote for of the Confederate States, will par in its opcration against those whom no argument hands of onr gallant officers, Capt. PAHK- driven back by tho overwhelming force '& ,

of the Soldiers1:Aid Society of Precinct Presidential Electors.. chase the same to supply troops in the Con of propriety can convince, no plea lULL nnd.Li ut. I'I'S, amidst the shouts of opposed( to them. But Capt. Bieral, with t

,No. 4, published last, week :Mrs ,Mary We, have also received" the following\ federate service, :and pay with the Treasury of humanity or justice affect. It is logical, all present. Then commenced the "lug ot Ins body fought his way back: to Col. )If tk

Morross knit 11 pair of :fc'ocks: instead of..1: additional returns from western counties, Notes of thii;) Confederate States, with and touchingly affective: It speaks with war'*-shot and shell flew, fast, and the Baku's rescued it, brought it along

pair The whole number of,pants made through the Tallahassee\ ,Xeicc!, of Thursday which 'you can pay your taxes to the Confederate more power than thc voice of reason. It gallant steamer was'!!' forced ,to make n run- Itf:,me. and then a general retreat commonccxl. -. l ,

was 43 pair: instead of 45. : Government. And as to the price is_ more convincing than- precedent and law ping fight ; and by the lime she! passed: the I got time Colonel's body to the island J

-4...s.. ', ,In Tallahassee! for Congress, F. r.. Ville to be demanded by the farmers, ho says, and hard, dry logic. 'It has a ,'oicc'to.. two batteries sho had: cfcvcn shot and shell before tho worst of thc rout, and then, f

The "Howell Guards." pigue recch'edl20, F. 11. Gotten' 127; U. "do not.ask more: than a just!! price for.any charm, and to be heeded. "" iu her beautiful sides: which disabled: her looking to tho Virginia shore, saw such a 4teenth

,By reference to .an interesting letter, B. Hilton 45, J. L. Moseley 12, John Tanner : of the articles ,-cct1et1-n price which will 1'ho Yankee prisoners in South Carolinaare very much. Not content, tho Pawnee!, spectacle as no :ton ue "ean describe. urfOl'cell

which we publish elsewhere\ from Evans- 3. Lo a fair: remuneration for the labor that in jail in close confinement There they that far famed: War Steamer, came downus. wcro down rctrcating tho steep, heights tumbling;the, rolling enemy, x

)port, it will be seen"'that the abovo Compa Below we give such other returns as we produced them. No honest man, no patriot will abide iho issue; of the trials of our\ privatecrsmen We put three ball and' shell in her leaping following them, murdering, and taking

ny have ,"smelt gun powder/," and aided in have received.. will take advantage of the necessitiesof at the ,North. Should one hull, one ofwhiuh, burst and set her on tiro. prisoners.' Col. Dcvino left his command ;

inflicting considerable damage to the cue. Reported returns of the Congressional his country, and ,.officers should have no drop of Southern blood be shed by North. Sho was! towed off very much damaged, and swam tho river on horseback. Col.
Hiny's war vessels;' The "Guards" are in A vote at Concord, (Gartsden: County, says dealings: with one who is disposed to speculate :. ern courts for defending tho South on the and now lies around the point "disa l'Jd.-.,- Cogswell, after unavailing bravery', had

fine! position, and are likely to have: as!! much Cottcn received" 18, Villopiguo II, Mosclcy\ I in the articles necessary ,to the supoftho seas, it will, bo paid for with interest in Xo more have come i.i sight.A ordered wounded the, vas retreat taken'&. himself Tho! one but boat, in being the ,

fighting as they desire, and we feel s:In:. 7, and Tanner 3. bravo, men who await the battlefield Charleston. Self-protection and tho enforcement schooner carne, in sight shortly after Virginia clmnhel was speedily filled fliul '

guino that: our correspondent will alwaysbe Station 1-Cottcn 14, Villcpiguc 2, Hilton ,I.:i '. of the laws: of nations and of humanity this little engagement, and wo fired across! sunk. A thousand men thronged the fur.

able to render a good account of them: 1. For the purpose of supplying otrr citizens alike require, in this instance, full her bow, to which she paid no attention.Wo .- ;her bank. Muskets, coats, and everything a

.,.,. quint.'y-Cottcn[ 138, Hilton 02, Villopignc with arms tor the defence of the State, ho and ample retaliation. It is matter: of then fired at her:-which brought ,, were thrown aside and all wero desperately,

Col. 'A. Z. Bailey. 18[ Moseluy\ 12, Tanner 13, has "invited the generous and ingenious ar. high Stnto policy which must and will assuredly down her nails!, :and\ she gave tIp to all appearance. tho trying to current escape., and IJun.lrcdIungcd the shrieks\ of into Limo r

The above named gentleman has been Apalachicola: -Hilton 254, Tanner 50, tificers throughout tho State to assemble at bo carried out. Thei was something said about drowning rapid added to tho hoi roe of Bounds

", 'authorized by G MILTON\ to raise :a company Most-ley 50, Cotten 21, Villepigno 15. Tallahassee: on the second Wednesday, in --...... -- bringing her in, when Capt. PAKKHU.L and sights. Tho enemy kept up their fire ,;

of Infantry,' to be mustered into the Mari.mna-Tanner 50, Moseley 35, Ilil- November, that: the want of arms may bo VIRGINIA .CORRESPONDENCE. stepped' out, and volunteered to do so.Col. .-- fl'Ol11thc clilTabove. All was terror, confusion -

service ot tho''' Confederate States. This ton 31, Cotten 4, Villcpigue 2, supplied by labor. WALKKK, in command: consented.PAIEKIIILL .- and dismay. A Captain of' tho Fil-
.. 24r1ha ; f'i' C'fC1.E Massachusetts\ ntona moment charged s I
i excellent Col.: address. '' I'ainity/ .ft
>4,1U1 i ,appointment- Bailey Tho continues : hat has become called \'oluntccI'IIond Sergeant I
The Yiuikvc rivet-Flglit nt Port '. Oct 22 1801. gallantly tho hill, leading: two companies "
\ \ fil'ORT, up \
1m: ing the benefit of a thorough military of the thousands ot muskets Nick. Tom Ti' Amos
R 'RI. yangcrs, can 1)nl'O Eppes' iplett) who still\ had their arms,, against Limo "
education.: We hopo( ho will succeed in The Savannah: : News ot the Olh inllt", i is listolcs and sabres, which were to be seen Mit. Ennoit :i-If you a. space) Whitehead: and a private f1'01111N.. C. pursuing foo. )

obtaining: ; the l necessary: number of men.- ndcbtcc") to a gentleman who left Hilton alter the war with the Indians! in every in yourjalued, half sheet, I will bo glad to Regiment, stepped' forth. A small boat: A moment later and ibc same: officer' r I
.
See his card in another column. lead[ at four o'clock\ yesterday afternoon, citizen's house in Florida: ? Make :an effort let you find onr friends know time whereabouts was procured, and they started, but, to perceiving the ltopelessnessoftlie[ situation
....... : of tho "IIowcll Guards: ," and what waved: a whito hankerchicf and surrender. ., ted :
for the following information in relation to to find out. The State: of Florida will pay: their great disappointment: when quarter
I would hero however tho main body of his regiment. Otll'r.
at. right !
wo are
say
Drill Officer. the engagement which took place at Port only-five cents foe every musket, pair oflorscman's ot f a mile out they were ordered to ic- portions of tho column surrendered ; but S
further that I the
,)(r. 11. K. TAYI.OK, of this county, has loyal on Tuesday, morning, between the pistols' sabre and yaugcr ; and before going hopo the rebels kept up their firo upon thosu '

been! appointed by his Excellency, Gov. batteries: at that point and Commodore the Judge of Probate in each county is anhoiized day may soon come, when your paper!. will turn.Wo remained quiet until Saturday: ,the tl'il'tlto cross and many: not drowinil i .,1'who

MILTON, Lieutenant in the service of the L'ATT.VAI.L'S mosquito fleet,and the Lincoln to receive and receipt for them, loom up) lo its deserving!! propm'tious. It 10th, when two steam Tugs attempted, to in the l'ivcr'e1'C shot in tho act. .ot suiimm.

Slate, and has been ordered to Apalachicola fleet. and will bo expected to repot to this of1icu/ has been long noticed that your sheet tow up two or three schooners. We com ming. I t ,J t
would combat and fi'and andtrickery Night cnmo'on. .At 8 P. Malt[ of our, \
.. ;to drill the troops, (that point. Lieu "' the Lincolnites made two at- hJ' the third Monday\ in November, the error expose : mcnced firo upon' them, and soon made it band: uIioHcIbitunoit* was: to return Irid
tneks-the ,
fa
without fear and
TAYLOR belter conversant with military first with seven and the second umber and condition of the arms he may : disregarding so hot that the Tugs were oblighed to leave! landed on Harrison[ Island: 1, and the tiro i I''
tactics And discipline than most" any man in with 8 steamers One of the large Federal receive, and hold them; subject to the or- vor. It may have_crippled you at times their charge behind. :Small boats wcro from the Virginia heights had sense: ,l I.;

Florida; and his. friends have been surprise learners: got badly damaged disabled and went a- tIcI' ot nn agent of tin State, who will bo 'osing the pat age ot those in position, procured\ and out went a force alter the The rebels took all our guns but on.-. .- i'J, i
liorc another also
; was and was w ho spend the pnblio.money only for their When I left yesterday they had shouted) r.. .
not
that he has at an earlier day: been : owed off. appointed!, to collect :and transport arms tothe pri/es.! Ti'iojHIowcIl: Guards" were represented .
the inter.est. to over and take ;'
IH telling us come nw.'iy
:
r.th'nncement-disl'pgalt1ing '
placed\: in position. lie has the advantages The firing was continued dining the day. Quai: 'tci'nmtci': Depai) 'lincnt or to work own of the commonwealth of Fh t1n. But by Captain and Lieut. Parkhill, our dead sons!! of b-s undera flag :tlf ::4 ::1
ot a thorough military education: as wellas It was!! undel'stootIthat the batteries and hhO'R.!' There will'bo: no indebtedness onthe I >l' who wcro among the f first to board: her.- truce, had also mounted our own guns mi ,vi;
considerable obtained at West our steamers: tired about one hundred) and of the truth and honesty will prevail. More\ of The schooners took with the and warned to leave the
practice, shots. At last the Federal part State. The Agent will go two ; we cargoes, heights, us i
fifty accounts
Point ; he conversant with the Company: steamer was still ashore, and Commodore 1H'l'pal'etlto pay: for such arms as. ho may this nnothel'limo. are valued at 812,000Cnpt.1'arklmill island i in tour hours. t i rflLrn11th

Battalion: ami Itcgiinentnt ill ill. We con. 'fA1TXAI.I.VI1S still firing on her. Hopes I'ceeivo from. the Judge of Probate, and the We would like to give you an account : and party) have been 'over ,

gratulato our young friend upon his appointment were entertained that ho world be able toaptiirc State will not bo responsible!, for any imis- of our movements from homo to this place: ; to Maryland.\ Tho people are ready! I } [eu ;,

," and trust that it will not belong her. Ket or other article the. Agent shall not ,re- but the different incidents might make this but very cautious! fearing arrests. Farewell : .i

1 before he promoted!, for meritorious The steamer ,Ft Marys left our city last eive.. Doubtless ,.there,? are many: good article two length Suflicti it to say : wo until next time. [filcnnc.l\ from bur Snvnmmli.. Mucon( Atlanta'ftiulClurliMton ? ','
veiling for the of'nction .
services. 500 scene cal'rJ'inga1out citizens!! who will bo active in the collection met w ith one continued greeting until we A "HowtLL GUAUD." Ex hnllg''l] M }

-- .......- learn men.Wo that there were thii'ty-six yes of public arms! and charge nothing for reached Savannah: : : but ihci the Yankee: ...... Humored;i ( lleM;j nations ojr':Federal.;: ,' :(

The Second Florida Regiment. sell oil'Poit Royal )yesterday. their services ; :and such pati'lots>are re- reared his. head: nod charged! us an cnor. Northern Account of the Battle of LeesburgTho OlKccw. *" ,' ,, :
Dr. T. M. Palmer, Surgeon of the 2nd) The Federal) steamers making this attack mOils twice for a snack-hardly Y has "' )
> quested! commence immediately?Hind IT- very poor N. WwM a statement_ from HICIIMOXI, Nov. 4.-It is currently! n...' :f p i
Florida Regiment, encamped! 1 near: Yorktown it is thought 1 were trying their 1 guns prcpara- port> to me their siu-ccra. Everyman: : and enough for one-third our company. But its respondent, written from memoranda ported that there is considerable,} commit- ;" ;

Va., publishes a very interesting let tory to all n previous general engagement occasions ; but have in this boy> in the State should bo prepared: with time demonstration! in our favor: on leaving. furnished! by Captain Young and said: to boonfirmcd lion in Washington ,and time free States 1: ;J\
in the} last Floridian A Journal. ,The as on they encountered homes nerved hearts to caused l by the rumored resignation ( t'n., .
tcr "masked batteries," and suffered weapons of some kind for their owndc- our snug our any in all its details I by Major\ Smith, n
whole} ,number of aasesof! .. sickness in the a rev crse. ence., If our State hhould be invaded, let danger and privation, and lel.ns: know, in of tho California regiment Wo copy a Scotland Cameron, McClellan\and other, Secretaries piomincnt St-wanl.1'edcr..f, ( .'j)f

Regiment, since its organization, ii reported AJoltion, of the grand armada which very one be ready for battle. ; and victoryor unspeakable language, -.though the poi,lion. of it, as follows ; officer A general: .Kilkenny cat fight iN '. <1
by tho Doctor at 1792, and the deaths North with such a flourishing Let head of tho State, who controlled the n
death the be At four o'clock whole impending throughout Lincolndom.
war-cry. none pauic our force had .'1 ,
nt 44. Of these 22 have died from typhoid of to 1 trumpets every Southern and which heart: was, has to already strike terror bsen tiiiken. Present a bold front to the cueiv Treasury: had:! sent forth his fiat, that so fur crossed and ascended: Col. Baker and stall'witim Reported Theft from the Kuv.ilExpedition. \ i.( f

fever ; 10 from pneumonia; 5 from. measles stranded on our shores, their crews captured 1lI and maintain it at all Iia/anK: Brave as the Slate, embodied in himV, n s tho rest, and the troops' wcro suffering ',!h ;
,
) and measles consumption ; 2 from dysentery and made inmates of from concerned, wo should .leave to fi g It t somewhat f''omthu. concealed! enemy's _
our prisons. Its troop!,, our generous sister States, will fire. had. Tho New Yoik.Tribune saws one of i its: : .
Many and been
,1 ( diarrhaa 1 from our firm conviction that another !Ian her battles (if wowM ,) penniless and dropped' carried
we ,
rom -
; ; consumption as- press i to our assistance, and nro eager for go down tho bill. correspondents on board} the Federal t'\il('.. ,
1 from congestion of stomach 1 s'IA defeat awaits the grand: aimada. that memo favored ones bhould have all ; dition writes from 1-
; ,. ; ... thc conflict. Our cause is righteous. Gods We asked Col. Baker what he thought Hampton Roads that '
from congestion of brain ;. and one was ----r. -- with 1 us" yet the people, the State proper, who) supplied of aflm: : iP s, lie[ said that ho thought wo hada the Private Secretary of Commodore! ) \

killed on railroad. Of this number belonged A Stay Law. He concludes thc address with that: Treasury, knew we were going good position; could tall back for shelter} pont had absconded, carrying off with hint ,
an
As our General Assembly convenes during urgent behind the ri-lgo. "Yes said the maps) charts, and} oven the !sealed or. Y it"lJ:;\
"but :
to Capt.: Call's" .Company; 5 to appeal to the planters to subscribe liberalto forth to battle in the same cause, and that we, "
the month what's in those woods dcrs of the Expedition.: '. )1Liucoln' ,
present we beg leave to ?'t lIe answered, "! .
l.rcvard'sf: 5 to Capt. McCIellan's\ they could discern in our littleband material .
Capt.:
; ; to the loan called\ for the
produce : by '
think tho
call its attention to the. propriety of enact- enemy are concealed on our right. Mighty Fleet. < .
5 to dipt.' :Pill.un's! ; :3 to Cajrt.) Sta'kc's; Confederate Government. that would do as good service as any A had "t' .,I".
private that
ing a Stay L ... .
.
to IIolkin I to who had 1 who and 9
3 Capt. ) ; Capt. Perry's; gone, or might go- force on time left, but a deep ravine, hidden I intelligence from GolJaboro' "" I
3 to Capt. Williams'; to Calt) ..Daniels'; continuance of the war. In reference totbis THE JJFFEKSOX: COUNTY LADIES'! SOLo therefore they sent forth their prayers for by iho woods. We then proposed sending Head quarters, states that the, steamer received Un at .

10 to Capt. Stewart's ;; and 2 to"Captaiu matter, (which wo intend to discuss! at lEiiV AIP SOCIETY reports tbo following our welfare, and resolve not to let us suf xkirmibhcrs: to make a'J' collnois..ltnco: on ion, of !the Federal fleet, went ashore til. i

. (oore.s. .vDay length at a future time,) the Macon TelerajJ w accomplished during th'montb of fer. Wo will always hold in grateful remembrance tho right, and Capt. Markoo, Second teen miles from Fort Macon\ on Saturday); 't;

; ........ in reply to a correspondent who 01) October, 1801 : that demoiistratio, and resolve Lieut. Williams: and: and: myself advanced with night. She had ponscd to the south of Fry.
A D of the
companies
of and poses it, uses the following language : If The Monticello Association. California regi ing Pan Shoals, when she was driven back
Fasting Prayer. -Hickory whenever you hear.of us, iu a fight, ment. Company A got in front of rising tho
Tho President has issued w o were ever so much opposed to the law, Shirts 48 Flannel Undershirts Jackets in by gale. she was loaded with horses
54
!! a proclamation ; ; the account ..1taIl1Jo good. groun3, skirmishing order, company :D
netting apart Friday, the..15th of November it. is quite manifest that fighting will bo !, 05 ; Coats, 12 ; Drawers, 8 ; Pants, 2. Our command, hall suffered much from following in line. gun carriages: valuable, powder was, &c.saved.Very little ofanylhinp

as a day of fasting, humiliation, and time lost. The Legislature, will re-enact 150 garments.' For Hospital use-Coin- .sickness! since we left our homes, and tour The Califoi'nia Lattalioto/ make the. three prisoners were taken. A small Sevuitv hteanu,."''"

prayer throughout the Confederate States. the law, and not only so, but every one forts, 9 ; Sheets 4 ; 'l'owehl, 12.] gallant spirits are numbered'with the dead, story clear field, were tho drawn MassachuHctts\ upon the left of theopen er was off Smithvillo Saturday evening
Divine oCtho Confederate States will pass a simi First Dittfkt. Shirts ; : 15th and with a while flag, but could not Ie found: "
The protection thus far vouched- -Hickory JOi} VU; JOIIV SlILROUK, ClILSLEY: 'V'LLt..UISHOliEI''i Tammany on the right, and the Massaclm-
saved is considered the tar one, from motives of public policy. Drawers 21 Round Jackets 14 Coats 20th yesterday.Intelligence has: been received|
to.our people, by ; ; and SraiCKLAXD. They diedin sells lIeartheccut.re. Col. Coggswell from the fleet
that
stating two of the ,'
President as calling for a general and devout They believe a suspension! of legal processor 16 ; Socks 13-01 garments.: Richmond ; and dining their sicknessmet took charge ot the artillery. Only four boats have been beached on the coast gun of ""

expression of' thanksgiving, while the collection of debts, will work less Seventh ltrkt.-Coats, 25 ; Drawers, with all the attention possible. One guns were planted in tho field: the rifle South Carolinaand their crews taken prise: a
for the future of evil than such a sacrifice of property as I 14 Socks 3-39 gun having been hauled up at tho wrong oners.
girmcnts.
prayer success our arms, ; or other of their officers visited them everyday and I1fterwarc.llllieize '
and the restoration: of peaco and prosperity would follow the enforcement of legal rem Total, 250. at hospital. I think the sickness partly enemy place, and being spiked! by, the From Western Virginia. I t

is earnestly recommended. edies at a time like this. Our correspondent The Fourth) District made report in your owing to want of clothing. I notice every When our bkirmishing1, companies ,!had RICHMOND, Nov. 5.-A passenger from

-- ........ --.- says the law is against right and Con last issue. ., State takes care of its own soldiers) in reached the edge or the woods.suddenly Jackson River Mountains in Virginia state '-

." Gen. Scott litntion, and wo can only answer "galas Wo have very,, kindly to acknowledge way of clothing, and I have no doubt oar the enemy, hitherto concealed, rose with a that a paroled soldier just from the Federal
Has resigned his in the United lex." It will l 'lllUldl bred a volley ;then began fightinnDr camps reports that Rosencrantz'a army
position populi wprema never do to several donations, among them : 50 Ibs. of gallant Governor MILTON will make it his their usual manner, first yell does not exceed. 3,000 effective men, and
States Army, and Gen. McClellan has been have our people|> harrassed' by law: suits, cotton from Mr. Alvin for comfort. giving a
May, first duty to see that } notified by,the Cabinet to assume complete when there is no money to pay and a for. eN ; 2 pair of sheets and 2 pair of pillowcases not be behind those of any other State h in. for a few minutes and then ceasing"an equal al camps. Floyd was at Cotton Hill

control. Scott's resignation was accepted eign enemy is pressing down upon them I from Mrs.! Wm. Dcnham ; {9) 1-2 do%. anything. We are thoroughly convincedthat time ; then giving another yell and volley and an engagement was daily expectedwith :
on the 1st inst., and his pay, ass retired for their destruction One foe at a time. brass buttons for jackets from the Misses Mirror will the whole of and so on, pouring a murderous fire into Rosencrantz,who was only a few mile

officer, continued. So Scott will no ion.gcx We have little personal interest in the Stay Seaton, of Fernandina ; 2 coats: 2 pants, 2 Florida, and protect represent her soldier)and defend The our little whole band woods for the swarmed space of half with an them.hour. oft It: is reported that there has been a ,

.' be':heard of in! the councils of the almost law, but'advise our Legislature to re-enact drawers, 2 shirts, 2 pr. bhoes from Mr. W her soil, without respect to individuals They had no artillery and no cavalry. Our great flood in the Kanawha river, that the

defunct : Government.' He will soon it, without fail. Let us suspend, our old II. Scruggs ; also! several packages of linen or localities. Anew! tho man-his Rhode Islanders, except the officers, deser. salt-works l were overflowed and Cbarlectou

go down to bis grave,. unhonored, an exile debts, where we cannot pay,trade for cash for hospital use, comprehensivp'mhrid{ and nobleness of soul ted their guns ; but CoL Baker, Lieut. Col. submerged.

from and traitor to the t soil that gave during the war, and as soon thereafter: as Our meetings are still held regularly on We are ttow hereon the banks of the broad: WUtar, (Colonel Coggswell, and Adjutant Fight'at Springfield. ..
him birth, nurished and honored him. possible Meanwhile'" solemn Harvey manned the battery and fired the The St. Louis Republican has a epecLl p
up. and of membersare ; .
square every Tuesday our and i Potomac
many beautiful! near Evansport, in guns themselves, aided by U hat from Bolivar
...,. iJO/lIEny dispatch reporting a fight at
-< duty rests upon all who can pay, to do 10.Ir working with the same untiling vner- charge of Our .
a California led tho
Battery immediately
C. "Perhaps men are the most imitative battery \ by gant Capt. BeiraL Springfield; ,on the :25th, between FremontV
animals in we had our way, we would strike every iyt, which they exhibited iu our first! meet on the banks of the river We We kept up b.Uu musketry and cannon !bodyguard) and a body of r beLi. Tlio
all j.he world of nat ure. Only law for the collection ot debts from exis- lug: ; some'few have never been absent;.. readied lUis immediate locality\ on the 5th I fire u well aa we could but half the time Pedirata claim the victory, admitting lh.ii.i .

\ one ass ffoke like a man, but hundreds of teuoeortrer: and then believe we had taken The scarcity(: ot material: awl tWwunt\ \ of' of October, and found none ot the Batte- j'I we could) not see the enemy and bU cow i iardly they had etre men daily talk like discharges went binning} ranks I or wounded The
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asses. thc our twenty killed andwouud
Gt'gran: -
to renovation
-..' step a of funds cramp our work; lioweerjwe| are j riei complete;tint, by some hundred sol- 'I till most of toe men steal firm, and acted 1 ded,on toe Coufedeate tide not given.


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y I When the enemy retreated Gen. p Mia except ;the agricultural products HAVING Ms services 14 lil friends and the pub- /" : on thr above tmMne inallltsluranclueand J k.iiit ," 11I tU;:'

SCALE OF rarers IOU found himself. restrained from pTj ng of tbe country.j....;,..' lie.1 In th*practice of Medicine ami Surgery /their O wihlbepleasrsi toreeclvenortlon
by prudential consiJcration- but j Il hcd '. Bank Stork, except such as may boretnnwil yarloll brunches. HeMJence at. Mm.' A. PalmerXMontlc'dlo A 'of tin patronage of the fnblle. Ornamental .
; 1. 04 tlargidkf th Prtt of florida fortttryekttription himself of the occasion to ;.lull, I lie (4tnd by Dunk by IU pn'JlCr'Offiee ,July an,1881. 23-tlj work done in as Rood itylese can be nceom TLLAH I'LA.E ,
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EDITORIAL COflrENflOj] take up a more eligible positionVaAfb. + 5.; R n.rot.nsrCorpomllo ,8t [ D" TnB '
ADOPTED hundred yards his rear. To thsf"poittthe ) 8. Mn.y.tntererttnelmidlngbtlM and RRMOVED TO TiE TOWN OF MONTI- term < T tha we have Reourod the cervices OI.IID" '
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: ISqIl.reamnnfll6-. ............ ... ..;.... GOO he was retreating. So soon however,*as n C.b on ID.or .deposit... .. ...or.. August 18. 1800 2 Feb.4th.1860/L 81-ly. Pletnr int time In Tallahassee. Increasing, dell
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1" ..nm..L.... 2000 0 -Dealer in- Ill
'i 0. Gold W tclies.l..i..i xired to .
a 1" ..... ._..........._.... 2500k men ns ever touched<< fingnr to tho trigger lO.floldandtilverPJate.;.'.. ......; ...' > r MONTICEI 1 1 9 PROVISIONS 'AMDMDMTDOIEILL GROCERIES, AmbrotyptilMainolim*, Plain: ritoieqrapkt,lift
? U 1 ft ,.-, ....... .. 3000 speedily made them undcrntantitheir; a }'f.ORI.
4' .u..1.
-. 11. Pianos... ::. ..0. .. ... .' .tiled Photograph J/rnta-
I column. 1 ". .....t...................... 40 004'i,1 mistake. At tho discovery thislbnnd ILI'leuureCarrlagea.. ...i. .o. ... .. v i PltACT1Cgn nfl portions FLA. holograph Cabne, '
... 'I ft ,...........fl..e..8000 of heroes under the command ol out negh. Bank or Corporation Stock. not. duly. .WILL! Bust and Middle Florida. ( January Bth, 1861 47-tf tnrt, Plo"apls. 'Photograph tn Water Ol e. I

t- 1 It. 1 .A.......... ..... .......100 00 bor and friend MnjorThomas: Drown, they 13 returned by the Bank .or Corpora June 80th, 1860 20-ly: o. lovrfiedi India ol"/. anl.

EslAle AnA Legal Notices to be charged the halted,and those in the rear not.*.understanding thin .....;;.t...;.?.*..eo.. A. VcelciyM.-. !>., ," MoaticelloJIouse. In[ fact we PAot"dPl are prepared to fill all order'of
4. mme* transotent% Advertisements, except The above must be retrneslnnder oath.Kotloo and warrant'satisfaction: iu 11r
the closed and huddled, description
Notice of Dismission as Administrator, forwlilclathechnrgeehnllbe matter, up ,.j .' ty,tlavlng removr.lloMonlledlo,For'A.' will I W. M. HUMPHREYS} PROPRIETOR nstnnee.every or no charge.Daguerreotypes. every
; ...... .... 10 00 themselves together until thoy/wero liter. 1.hereby given that I will be "ot thSfoI- continue tlio Practice of Jl'.lcne In 11 and '
Advertisement handi-d In for publicationnot spec- ally pncfced. Then our" Mis. ollri, boys. lowing to receive the retArns n the restlenU 3hronla Disease*. Ho may all hours, rrAVISO ruRCHAsEi TIE ABOVE' Deceased Persons

Irving the number Invrtioni, to be published turned loose upon them with their. dondly I'relnct neighborhoods, a* herein when not professionally nlinmt, nt his residence,on Hotel "f Col. Dlkbara. I wl.1 beplenseifto .I Enlarged to any Rice, and colored In oil equally nf

till forbid and charged In accordance with. aboverOMT rifle and shot Every 1JI8" was leslgnnted, to rept" ,hii Hoot li-west corner of therVibllo Square,,W t havethe X' well as from life. ,
gnu. s. of
_14'. tended to It continued. I have also bought a lot a
::;,. .' .-- -.,-.. _.-.. emptied-not a man escaped. Terror,UM At lfontleello 18than.119th.,
?:f' SALE may and fear seized those in the rear, and convenience nf my guests. My table will nlwny' Painting l their
At Mill November 20th. .
they fled back to the?t.own. This ended Biilley's on Wednesday* Dr. n oi,ert Scott, S bcRiippfted with the best the market con afford.. wll'lla a\
the
1' At Waukeohah, on Thursday, November 21st.At orders soon;ns our Artist 11 ut during
rinding It Impossible( to conduct a newspaper on the fight.The &SeixlcjXon Friday, November 82d. [o cELLoFLonIDA, Murh 24th, 186 ly hot season.

g"(i4 the Credit System during a crisis like the present army under Thomson did not exceed' At Satnnliy,November 83d. tSJPOrters lit*Professional Services to the citizens 'A We have aim just Intrllcc a now ansi bexntlfulBtylo .
At J. Walker's 23th. LcQDIMADISON I ft I IV IJ 1UI *i1 l tn of nil culled the 1)IAV'
1100 wbilo that of tho toe exceeded 3000. on Monday, November of Montlcello and ilchsuity.March | 0Iore1Ibotoraphl.
'h;: In monetary affair, the Office of the FAMILY This rendered attack their At Walker's.on Tuesday, November 26th. 1. HS Q mWill. [ UE' OTY1E lre D>mlri.1 .
FRIEND It offered for nale I an upon encampment FOIDA in of the short
Newspaper at n very At Bnllev's, on Wednesday,November 27th. any pnrt
reasonable riue. It U doing'a' good credit business madness, and therefore a return At Manning's, on Friday November 291 li. S. Dilivorth, JOHN L. MIR. Prouretor, notice.: Vlcw. of biinlncM houses, or, rltlcllee

to Greenville was ordered. I At Bunker Hill, on Saturday. November Snth.VALtaTIB NOW public, IItd taken and ooloml,if desired. SIze 20 1\16Ine1,.
and tn the hands of ASD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, IS
a mAn dependent upon y ATTOnNEY share .
all
AN cLint, prictor 011,1. Anibrotypcsanditc1a1notypc alz.alll <(.
INCIDENT. .8nJclu
the cash.Income of the office, will prove a profitable When the battalion under the com mane: > War Tux Asussur for Jefferson County. MonticMo, FloridaTinLLpracttcoln fOnn e.' t .Jtlllh'; I the : and see Specimens I
Investment For further to the November the the Railroad Cal
89-2t
particulars npply 0,1861. .
f; F..1Itor.I October 12, 1861.. of Major Tom Brown found a troop of: \ the Court*of the Middle, Cir leadingfrom November 17,pulo. 1'laeto 40- d.p 18f 0. 42.ly : ,
VV cuitofVlortdn.nndinthe District Court of
't: cavalry huddled all together within pointblank A O.NOE:

distance, so near indeed that they FOR thoUnlted, States LKWIS F. JOUX GEO. KOCX. 'VIU.- P. SLUSSER.
-
; From the Flortdtan; and Journal. i could almost. lay hands upon them, the Moroh 1.18:9. -ly (Roux & Co. OF-
-1t.UF\<\mm
To the Patriotic of Florida Major tho word to firo. To his utter ACTIVE ,SERVICE ('. G. rrr

;:*. To those who wish to volunteer in de amazement gave no report followed the order. .-' ATTORNEY. ANDCOCX8EU.OR, LAW, Receiving and Forwarding gents C Copper, Tin and d ,Sheet-Iron_ Wares ;jWHOLESALE

: / fence of their homes and liberties, the un Brown, astonished at. the. tailure of bis men
AirriioRrrr FROM THE WAR
; dersigned will give t.hem'ft fair opportunity to obey the order, looked along the lino HAVING( raise a /onteU RlO.ie.Apri *< AND RKTAII. DUAI.HR IN

under moSt. favorable auspices.! His excellency and found every man firmly in his place- \ IS,. General Commission Merchants. D DOF1lI! !

k ) Governor JOIIK MILTON. :! h\Vingalt. gun to his sbo'lldoand finger to tho trig. RIQOMlNnr i! INFANTRY F r.andlna. Fla' "> '. French, German, English&Amrcn Goods.

thorized mo to raise a of Infantry, Fire .God d-n fire I oxclaimcithe for the War we t Companies fromnlyof House
company per. you, I'll"'a rll.lv t "I Special attention given to the sale of Cot!on Fushig'Arcl o
: consisting of not less than si.xtylbur privates., Mnjor. In an instant. two hundred the Southern States,under fh.lrowlI ..frll B-WaB Itt. Hides, and 1'rmlnce gemrnlly.fy Decpton
: .
tb 60 mustered into the service of tho Con guns belched forth burling the. fatal missiles; active nnll'rll.service.them ars and equipments, as w.11 Cotton and other merchnndlza forwarded] ,

k federate States! I propose to afford thegallant among the devoted troopers. When asked .Any Company officer who may feel disposed to TALLAHASSEE PEN. & GEO. R. R. with care nnd diKpntch.Fubruary STOVE HEAD UARTERS.
23, 1861. 2IyII : .
ions of our patriotic State the occapion afterwards by the Major why they hesitated enter the service In this w.y, ran obtain what Information 'ALL.I.\SKK Juno 8, 1S01. A full imply nlwoyson finml of COOKING, PAULO

10 enroll themselves undur my.. com the said that the foe was he may desire by,addressing either of us, U nail ROOM STOVES, i'ooktng Ilu"l trim-*
mand. So the number so long, boys nt Pensncoln, Fin., or Robert Scott, MonticelloFla. OX and after :Monday, June 17tli, 18(10( 1'1'1 >. J. Taylor, mesh \lb neatness, nnil warranted to (rive perfect
goon as required so close, and thev had so dead a thing tipni: ., Hon. F. L, D. Flu., Hon gcr ruins on this' I..J, will rUI in !"Iow.: olll.fctoll., They CI bo shipped with safety to

hall present thefr.names, I will furnish Iho them, that. it looked like a shame to take. B. C. Pope. Mldlln.Vll'plgne.'r.lnhlll"! 1"11., C.I. Jlrl'Marlnnnn. LEAVE ARRIVE AT O Sa-SSflON n Ml 1 imy: pnrt thiccismsuutry.GARDEN .

uniforms for each and every private, and that. advantage of them.WAUKINGTON. Fu..lol.l'hll! Dell, Lake City.3'n. in. M.ntict4lu.9.45 B.m. i -A N j l,, {}ji. AND FIKE ENGI.

tents to go into camp, when all I will bu .. .. PATTON ANDKKSON: { Tullulitiwep,. ..!! Rotary Suction, nail F..re.l'I ,

: mtwteroa Into sen- L-e. Florida: in the Oct. 20, 1801. THOMPSON B. LAMAll. Tuhlnhuus44ee. 11.20" St. Mm k.. .. ..I I2.no p. mTaHiilm Receiving and Forwarding: Agent, It"ll'he.l. for snpiilylnit I'liiiitntiun 1lIllnl 111.erlMS

.4 present straggle for justice, liberty nnd November 21861. 38ItGURl'tlan's Ht. :Murk*,. 3 is.SI,. *>,.... 4.1'.IIII""e ,:\( FERNANDINA. FLA. wn'r.' rl'1 wrlw.ciittwii",At tng *
DEAR Sin Yonr favor of the idll -
:- .
much nnd ---- 5 Ocklockoncc,. 6 Htnck made, to order.
equalityhas done ri'siioruled! advising mo of clothing, &c., furnished by Sale B .5 I Montii-cllo,.. '.30 J Agent Charleston" Diiily Line of Steamers.February Work of every tlnneby
the calls made )her: Whether "le"I'II\III
'1' nobly to IM>!I G" IAlku Clt ... I n. m.Cnnnpl'tlllf 23: 1861.I. 2-ly tII' AH attended
demand has been aid tho : the citizens of Jefferson and soon I workmen. ."IrlllllI11
the to glorious county, .! B y dl'erpeofho Honnrolil nt Monticcllo with Ktnge hue tn nussi to.

old Dominion "the mother of Suites and to be forwarded to m 'for the nso of m,)' Judge If I'nhlltl for Jeff..ln ', Iho ,' Orn..v..r.vi".II.1 the Allmn'nnd .llOZIGR. JA1IE3 E. 11UOOME. TuiliahunseceFehurunry t, 1900 fil-ly
.
drive tho vandal host wm expose lor Mia to the |highest 1 1,1.1. ( nt the ,-
of Statesmen, or to 11.lu.l/ne,1 ; Ocklllkl" '
came to hand yeNtel'dlAllow ItnUrntl 1.Ivl"h Iz. Dozier & Co.
company, Ilmiite In the KliMMnnilny ,
on .
MonLlcrlo. River ', nnd nt StMurks WORKWOlTK
from berownbordcreher i fruI1lulnl'} 1 !r
sonsbaveprungto : 1.0 wlthllli" WQ1ILL
.
me to tender through to tho Society II1re"I"rr (.1,1,1.1renlpatltorA.t I will leave forXewmrt 01nrrlvnl -
the well tchtifa-d in yon, next rolowI/ Hblguh..h) | FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTSrtH.'VAifWIXl -
summons!, as was 5, A. )
before the trnti :
n.1IU.1 of
the bravery and skill ot'licr Kiunv SMITH which you represent, the thanks of the the town of )Iolteel. continuing one nl11 hilflIel'O. Ion veil.Tlio. Clr 11.1 r.tlll FLA.March Jordan FulforcU *.

;;_. on the hJiru-fonght- ot Mnc.ns.sna: an Company for their great. kindness! and lilurality. 1'loI/111 heirs of Jusi'|>h hub, Inlo regular Stage LI urn from/Monttcvllii will\\ Iflth, 1861. _: (51y ,

well asin tho death 01 her noble BRADFORD, Tho articles will bo of tho utmost of'terlUI.lo C"I uity, cl,' n.o.] of leave for Gnioverville upon the I nrrivnl of thus 7.:1: HOUSE BUILDER AND GENERAL
1erlll. 11.lu knowl<>n 8,11. 1*. :M I nil n ; hut wh.-nn.nwnynsi sIx offer for (!rooVersvllle :
Bourn and TILUNQII! at the route nt' the
q service, and are just such as aro needed.: ELIZA 1IALK, Gunrdlnn. stagu I leave Monticcllo, upon !,
famous Wilson's Zouaves on Santa Hosa By ISAAC TOWXSKXH Agent.Noveinicr nll'xlr thud ",45 .V.\.1. thus giving fiinullcnnd OAnPENT: t
& The gilt. will bo highly appreciated. It.i ill 11"'lrrlvlluf ; orohan.1 Ta1.Jor'l
< Island.. 2, 18(11.( 38 fit opportunity of In : MON1'TCELIA\ ),.. ... 1LOht1DA.I .
(INI.t..11 staging .11)'lghL. -'sn I AU:1
>We are in tho. midst of great. events. cheering to. the. soldier to know that kind !"II wl liu run on IIII\'. ItviulyOladc Clothing would isuost! rt.shui'i.t fully luform the publio that

....All alon our northern border tho serried friends at home care for his welfare, and i itlieiranxious ill Notice to Debtors. C, T. W.SYFAN, Siip't. tlllYc for the yeur 18tllEmployed -
$ !? .
rl lIE nnliwrlber Is ilc.lroun of June 15th. 1861. 18-tl AND GKNTLEMKN'S FURNISHING!I GOODS,
hosts of tantiviain: being:: met.and crushed solicitude. anticipate and provide collecting l'nouJ1 ) i a number of Hands,
X money to p"v isle DEBTS. Ho TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
beneath. tho heel ot our:Southern: chivalry. for his wants. 10 Insolvent Estate Notice. for earning on the lloniic Iuildin! <
method his frUn.U
other I effcctlnl ns to let See l Jv ALWAYS kccpton hand Cloths,Cusiimeren, thll'lrl"A (
: f Army utter army are formed but to bo routed With renewed of our this notice thAt ho 1,1" want and I. I HE V. Fancy Coatings, Ac., which lie Is and a biiHlneiis, .11(urge scale.
assurances grateful humllUll1
-yet tho ranks ot the invader<< scum not. Injustice to tho.e ho Is Imluhtcil thu STATE OF FLln.rA) VI WALKER.A.IJcffenn prepared .IIII" up to order, in a workman-like Any work entrusted(I'to me will !be done ,

t to be exhausted. Foiled and beaten back appreciation of the. kindness of our he should make it known. sit\\'llk.r.lnle h of suid county di-ccam-d of the )tlntl isis y. manner,OI.lul the most reasonable terms.February Substantial; Neat and with Dispatch! ,
THOMA3 K. LKONARD.Mlccomikte. .
Sfith, 1800.
the land Lincoln friends! ly
upon expects! to retrieve mv office.a suggestion of thu II' IIn.ll will entii-fnction In
to
'rlL'1
Flu., 12. 1861. 83 8t 1111 t.ll" "**' guarantee give ewpy
O"t Jm llr im m t.r T:
byJiis navy the dillgl'nllu ot hill nrllt)'. liuis I am, very respectfully, : "I"n r.r thud Mtiito dca ase 1- *. InMunre. I have isuemn'rt.sl n 11'1I""oe by th.

I ; fitting out. enormous fleets. to. invade, the Your obedient sel'vnntlTIl01lPlOY.n. J.B.C0LL41Ns: Thi-ri-foro notice I I. hereby' given t.i nil periMin I'L'I.TOJ'i: FOUNDRY" l.ir4 of haniN siti .II..III.ntl( inn I in I"pe a liberal
,
:.r' homes of the. South, and, what more probable \\\n\\ Ing claim or 11"lnl.l... against Inl.I..I'.II.' to imo, ]"inblic will l' 'I.llu t me a,share of pntronngn.
J.AUn AOEXT:! FOIl flIts the of the .1 uuuluo of )'r"lmlu.r.lld' TAYL.\1A 1. .
ll.111 04. I will esuush"islet fur worktn I of Jetfrrfnnnr
kr.: destination for that lloet than the Capt. Jcflurson Volunteers. I ALABAMA KSURANCE COMPANY County; on .r .fore the lirnt day of Dccembo <7 0 UN* C*.I 'Ji D :i\; "ZraprktorSTKAM iiiljolniii'f lounties, and any will|1"11111 on faiir
shores ot dw Florida ? Then lie a
our. own : next, Wh.lIll"rl will n prn-ratn iU.trlmh'II! | uf teimsiis, one do..
countrymen arise Smith Simkins Pres't. Jefferson 'Soldiers OF MOXTC.O.MERY, the of add KXGI\Kfnim: : 41 to 85 Horse Power, l"IlIL.rll any 1IIu.-I.I| ,
I asset ninon-r .
my brighten your arms I II : .k"'I".I. us t. ninhlng'lIiiUHe I built, rr-
I Are to Fire Risks at the usual ulI.1 nt which ttiuo the said ) \\Vnlke to .r.I..r. .(110 best 111"'rlllll.1 wurknmnnhip I .1.lu... .
wound prewred| tko \tp. II.r.f; of k I in line.
-t rally.-< 'your connt.ry's.8tnlllllrcl Aid Society, Monticello. .I"\ and. n* eheiip be ,New pairing or nny woi' my can.addres .

:,'.. Let. us join onr fortunes together, and by .,. .. Charter imiil Capital In..*flSO.OOO:(n.o ofuii1estsite will apply! for. a discharge frnl M. 1 he-1.STISAIN I ", rll"l York I'I ntX..rth.rl Cih'II.1 CUl laid p"rcllll..111,1"11111 i Florl- iiientMniitiecllii uttciiliuii..,,.'111111.. nnd they will receive *

jfl-eparntion: present. such a trout to the. foe, CitpiMl! Probate.Mity2.tlh.l8 .1: CASTINGS fur Saw Mills (iln ieuring. ito.:\ prompt
Maids\ .
65E' want nothing but. husbands, II. M llrC.U. Seo'y. I W. C.lUm.Pes't f .Ieof JORDAN }
E
'UIHR1.r.
that. when ho comes "to pluck the figs ot 1. constantly on lln.l. !1j"r3rl.frulliI1 to 1811.h.
t : I. ( 1 S--I have also hired er'
and then they want everything.ISLiUILIED cslu I .lul..t. also on 1".1. \'pll'llt. wcl.I: .
Mica, ho will find' thu Uici-ks ready to. nnd be ) l.eelye ts>
_.. Storo fox Scilo.E INSOLVENT ESTATE NiUE. 'I" nl'nlliril patterns of IRON lUlLiNG fop wIII.III.r.I"1,
repel him 1" and though they may: have h Yards, Jke. I Dig, Ulennorlti-piiiiiWelU. J F.

4 legions to invade our soil, yet fu bravo 1"1iI 111IInr.1 ofTer* fur sale on rennoiinek OF ) Orvl JiIillNUVURK of all criptions executedwith January}' 5th, 1801. 47.f|
In Macon On., the 21.t lilt..h\ the Rev.A.T'llIlIn. ItlUCK STOIIK ST.\Tr 'I.Olll.\ JESlt KIUT..XU
on .
;: ,will them. leaves I'rlll' 10VtJ I nesttssesi All orders ;
c men we scatter as in autumn I). 1>.. )fr. nuit roN W.EtJAMY: of Sin, .. Marvin and reL >nlty l ''/1. IS nlll.I".I"I..11| 11lre..lto
n.ljolli'i .: Into o'lle. Ij Ivlrklund, lute of t'niint\. John Floridawill "u
1 weather. Our cause is just.-we Fonni-ll Shehee. U .1.t..11 ; Clr.lr Il I I. The e Best AdMost direct r Route
and :Mia ELLEN CLAYTON, daughter < nn l.r.II'lt
only oCol t'rl'II I "llllh..111 \ ,.1.1".1. tiled Intlw l'r"lnl" written I ly attended to. (: ; Lo CASI"_f *
fight for "God and our native land.: Shall i J. H. 11. WaihEugton.Proclamation n"11 inninc-n p"I." of t"WI. 111.11. r' ,\'n dtstrahlo :';. hl111 thlt he Ol'e. ., of I ,Nov. 8. 18HO C.tlt JOHN CARDYV ,

L ,. the foe riot. over our sunny soil 2 No ; I piece of Irol.rl} t'lr further particularsapply Jill11.1,. I. .tII ie bel.the h..IVlt- \1 -
.: Yocl that is nerved "strike to O. W. IEEISILINU.Monticello. Klrllll.ll", I THE UNDERSIONEI HAS PLACED JI bXlWfLino
arm to ilven to
1 Fresh
every 1'her.f.r ln-rcby Lime.Made
ni
: 'till the armed too expires 1"4'Tlio b by t the e Goercr1HEADQUARTERS. AugiHl 31, 18B1. 29-tf hatinif vhiltna .unisst; the.ll estate. ''I'i 11..11.1 of first eliuwMx horses Convlioi ems the roulabetiecn ',.
k .' } file the Hnie utth the of QUITMAN (the I pi'vseuut tVi minus of tb
: undersigned may bo addressed in per "KTotioo.TEltsnXS County or before the third!tlay of r'uliruary next. i in Jefferson County Hala Suvnnni.li 1.lu -Trllllk Kuilrond.) and MONTI-

t. Bon. or by letter at. Monlicello, where ho I -- lirlnglnpft the Factnry for tti., wlwiu ben dUtributiim 'of hue I CEO I TheseConehes rnu piles to connect with

L. proposes the company to rendezvous. ) J. purpose of huvlng'No t 11111IeLur..I. iiiiin fund I"I""JII thrrenl ti( .,I.rrt ainon tl the ereili undersigned keep; conchs nthy on hand large on both the ttteor-Ia and FlorUa Railroad.

; :' Itpning that the many brave and gallant ADJUTANT GGNKICAL'S OFFICE, } hare their nnines limnded, on their I luM-n. I will tore ; AII at the nuld henry quantities nf .Fresh 1 line,and will forward the NtniHT It Is the Shortest!and.31t m..t route fur trs.-
_
4: : (spirits who dusiro to enlixt. in freedom's Tallahassee! Fla., October 31, 1861. J ,not 'HP nvpoiidlblo for any broiiijlit lot Suite l.fN'. Klrkland will npply for hi* discharge from the uJ | Railroad, to any lecILI.[point &1 very reasonable ers 1'crMns(rul Savannah leaving St. In.ko..7\o'clock. _In the evening .
I \VIIKKKAS Information' has been rocehod ', ed. Nolhiug unuleruise hundred pounds will IM roceivcJ uuuairatration of said e.lute terms. .ulu.l"
holy cause, will respond 1 at' once to this will reach, $utvnsnjhu I o'clock next dO\'..
M.KSTI1tIN .
for cloth ,
appeal in behalf of their country and cause. from different sources, that. recruiting IAUllf&cnrllllilto Any or.I..rd.lrd to meat Montlcellb,Flriil.I ; L. 1L MATTAlR.. .
; Superintendent.August t, 15J, ((6m-- Judge of I'rolmte.Sale rottuU-o prompt .
.- Lam very respectfully officers from other States arc holding out. Slat, ISfil. 29 4m ;; nr3 \ Itteutlnll.JOlX M. 1UYSOR. October 87th, 1800. 87-2slf

AUUAM Z. IUILEV. inducements! to the citizens of this State:) to Public LandS February Oth! : f .

....._ enter. the service for the defence of other Notice to Debtors anti Creditor 16 Fair "'ariaIiiitRR.'ON'S

.. The Fight at Fred ricktown.Missouri. portions of tho Confederacy : And whereas \ I.L PERSONS: the Mate of Paul IIXX .A1\ :\cent the Gco. Boundary Line "Valuabl.e Lands I> are heitoby furewnrucujagushisu5cuitthn,

From the extent ot our exposed trot harley, late II.M.le County !. U hereby given that on Friday the 4tl wood or tru.i.puia.iuuir\ upon thl rmrt of I",
; : The Louisville\ < (Howling Green. K'!.) Juf.'r.o" dueen".I.are NOTICE IN WAKULLA COUNTY "'
tier and the of i it )' notified to payment to the under oO..t.I., next I wlU otter for wile at 11"11 us the "Walker 1'1.". I'am .1.t rnlrn.d
sparsity
k Courier of tho 28th: jive* following pariicular.s } our population, .nlgned hereby; 111.1 those having ml claim\ against said deceased plllleolletol.ln my otHeo lit TallnhiiMoo, nil the For to proseciiteany old every rK-rson found In'r".I/,

: of the late fight. at. Frederietown, 31o.T \ ., is deemed incumbent. on every (patriot! will present them within the time prcscrlbwby .u.ve 'L. 111,10111 the frnetlonal Towiinlilp Sn1c. upon said laud. You mi.l not exjutt .
reported)) by telegraph : citizen to. hold hk services subject to the. law or this notice will be plend In bar of Ihelr! 1 lying Lime boundary line het\el FlorUa aiuOeorgla r jj 11.le..lgned. offer .'r 8,1. Five Hundred without paying for it, IL K. WALKER.*

\Ve arc pleased to. have it. in our', authorities of his. own State for its defence : recovery. FRANCIS xtx. .which on the 10th day Jannury lust, bu. "-L all.Sixty ooreswf n.II'lng 1 on the Westside March loth, 13&t. Stf
power It (* therefore ordered That all & 21, 1SCI. IAnLEY. 1 longed to the United State of America.Ttrnii \akllll River; anti tn.l. the E.
ta Fay before our readers tho t.rnlt. state ot .wlitnryoflic'ers 'I.teILr CasA.-Notiuieun received In payment for by Ilh three quarters. ( mile. LIVERY STABLF ACCOUNTS. .

tho caso in regard to the recent. engagement : in commission from this State 11lml\\ To thc of Jefferson Couuly mtil land except gold sin.! ilver coin ana the billoftulvent UIOOre with Oak Hickory and all other

between the F llt>mlsall.l the Jlis.sou. interfere, by arresting and sending out of I-ha.tcr, bank. Minimum price one dollar amtwent kinds of(1 Two hundred acres of this tract is 1 the hAVE 1l..ee.all my'COLLINS Livery ,1.l.le accounts. .
the State found lol'lca. Swamp. to any laud. In 1111< U. E-q.. for .11'
xians under JfffTlioinsoiij. We hn.our any person recruiting or T"rol'ro. l..mlOk anllllqlu.1
-tl.e"ni.
'I subscriber having been appointed by Mr. Uln; indebted' are urgmtly
cut Icing tho citizens ot this State to. cute I. l'e'1 'I'o.Cot..n al.llller'"I shdt.
L ed
.
: in&moation from an oyc-wilne.ss: anj IIgentlcl)1l1n.of"uu.101.1. > .mnlnger. Secretary of tho CosufederateTreasury. that thi advertiscnosut, doe not relate to landgranted and Corn. great revenue Is also ) to and .ttle,either \,cash or
the sen'ico Qt.MY other State. till for the any 'I"Je.1 mu ste. absent with the'uslusuttsus, and
LCJ ueracily.It an agent COllf.lerteStt'to re sale wood I am 1.1 suit
- to thu State for the of School, rol ; now sending "'IJJ
: JOHN MILTON cetre subscriptions of produce fuse purposes l I tlieri'fore J uJioUd that tliii b'uieea, should closed
seem" that by RAHIO previous, arrangement Semlimrle or In\llallrpr'ellcut nor to Swamp the shpplnl at St Mutks for which I get four dollars ( fc I.
simultaneous, Governor of! Florida. tiusudefenee of our eOllulr I may say. already A and I have Wood Laiudhuug.-and sup H. K. WAI.EIt
.: there was a movement re"r.1 utb'
,. Overflwe June
goodly number of of Florida have subscribed 8th, 1801.
: of two columns ot the -one, from. Attest-F. J..DAXCY, of .cltzei ,HUGH A. CORLEY, 1 Yard, where every fair duy _1-t _
enemy well
I lber.Uy leal.ln money as kind can be caught and in,the .
of 1'ublie Land, every ; rumiusiuig.ea.Mull.
.: Cape Girardeau, the other from Fanningtoo Adjutant and Inspector Gcn'l. I."rouc 11.1 It Is 1.leve'that the planters of Itrginter For the State of FloridaAuvt Mullet iu great .LulI.lnel. C. tJ. Fife, .

4 or some place on tho-.kon Mountain. county)". "I 1. behind tliojw nr 10 i'oi. 4 The line Lauds. growth of pines /COMMISSIONER fur North Carolina, to tAb.e-
. any other section, promptly to thecul 26ti.Ot Slid worked ( \J kuo.'ledguients and proofs of Deeds and
: These columns both as a
'Railroad. fl"ndlll/ may being
were Ino'Cing of our country. that no disturbancehall By order of hi* Exccllcucy. the GOll'rlor. two half tlll'I\II" 6ruIt jnges on Lauds tc,alllul.teootho or .
t only .nilutn4
.: tl1tCrli lntnfa I 141rpl.1 Turpentine Ifntlun.Ind
- direction Fredericktown.
in the Gen. l be made of erWtt of each 1111.1".llone,1 i until the tr.t Monday '. I (1'01ll.W..lkc. takeVlepositions, die, .
: : Thomson advanced hit from Greenville for but that he shall iu April Distillery.
army planter sllh.crop, simply There ,new of profit just t5JLsahIuunee,Montic-llo, Fla, 47-ly
the road that led the Indicate he Is willing tocuh.seribo. the October 5th,1861. 84 tdi sul'l'e ._
to
on same i place.Uy tke and which w'ill make the most valuable
Orcncd
good fortune, Thompson captured a ason.1.o. time and place of delivery, and the factors In ,hose Notice to I'l-e-emptioH ClnluHUI" M'akulln. I refer to thl.Havana trade b\. JJILL nS 4 1-.UlnAnOR.
hands it is for sale, and shall order the fae
S placed ; boats twice month. A with small
from the Oct. 26th a man a force
MONTICELLO u
bearing a despatch 1801.
messenger, Jftar tla
tor to the of of the Jeorgitt Boundary 8UCESR
Lilt.
exchange proceeds
'h1E embers of JUrojal.. Ko. .11 ab.rl. might make of dollars on Water-mellon, '
8 F.
dge ,
hlllldre.1
command of the. Cape.Garardeau force to PATTEN
ed portioufor entitled to the rlht''f ILE'RS,
COllfe.l"rte >crou d
JL per Peaches &o. no better land Lit the world
A. M., sod alt. to* EVERY Thll
.u'lIIJ.-ted one P"lmp
: the command of the other column by which at the Lodge lloom. ou the Fourth cent,interest. As good aaimWuii-ufc, i think, as any of the Laud In the t.l forth* production of these fruit Cotton Factors, Commission Merht ac

lie asoertaiued that it w'*]>f'OIIOSeJ| to unite appeal Suiurduy In November SJ o'clock\ 1'. M., to attend van now be nude.A uliiiK adjoining the Georgia Itonndry Line i* re1. Te range 1"lulh81.tlbll for Itogs and cattle._ OThi F J
form for the subscription. as proiared at the red to establish the before make
fame me mij ( ?
| is
around Krederictown LeriMtwas payment a kitchen
I thesetorces w to business of great Importance to the era It- rough Irl.houO i ,
will at the OnVe of thereore..t office iu Tallahassee U&1'1ee. A J. )
Treasury a* m house IRJ, ,
I"Jlrmellt. b f"ln. my corn 3ILLU
: ., supposed Thompson was then encamp Full not. lly order of stint .1,11' Qu negro SAVANNAH, GEO.UESBV .
tltl.UUL" KXUherul, are desirous after seeing thi* nutice before U also on- this WALTKX .1, 3nILtER, V
DAVISv.. laINctthU. Vineyard,
ped. being thus put upon his guard: the H. IL BERRY C. M. can have a chance ; ., ml the Editorat of April next, otherwise such which.bore abundantly the IL".a aond lnl 1 believe J, 1'. )

I uaring Leader determined to cut.. off tbe November 8, 1861 Seu'y 89 St the same time ,.u take pleasure in giving any iu el.1111 be forfelttd. for the culture of rUIN and wine uukiuE.)year. no conn. .U30KE
enemy advauccing from tbe Cape and then formation that ..dtlr.1'her. HUGH A.CORLEY. try can surpass it.- --- -0
will also.be anoU"r these forms of sub Readier Public Lands fur Florida. This of land Is REFXREYCE6 :
.. *t his attention to the force approaching WAR TAX with \VM. T. of vollllLI.ret now under the control lion :[ Buk<-r, Lake Florida.
scrlptlon CARPENTER Walk* Aug. 2; 1861. 28-w7twtd* of Judge D.Walker and John J..IUI City
Beard
J".0-\the opposite-! direction llo then laid nah, who I hAY, no doubt ,UI take great ploMoiiro who will title houl4 Major purchaser John R Star-ler, Esq. Hamilton, Florida

{ ap"'gaccordinglyv But alas ) -0'TIIE..- In receiving MI".rll.tololn.Klvina any "lufbriua ::1uTcit1oo.D himself on perfect reasonable term .I present lion 11'tk.Ihvmasville, Georgia.

' > '>est!aId scienie! ornj(; aflJ1mJu. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA.ASSKSOJVS lion required. JVJ: \ \ S W. ( Sward, ."
: ,Tp UI1INO
at Peiwieulu WALKER
mv abencef wv brother, K Alex tullLh, .
. : S Oan aft a'gleo, P. B-I.i go nitn) any one dfc
11. \VALKKU.UuiyautliorUed' to I, pur. M E QuiUimn .
agent ,
,... reached the road ; OFFICE. ) SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS, uud all business bebnlf. ch"n any tbu.to examine the J 1.rtIUr Kj.
scout .wee iladison
tnknwctany
by my Florida.
.1 :
: Montlcello Florida, November U, 1881. )r C W. WALKER. &ljy Ford .'I.,Nov.. !4, I860. A CarwoISlltb El. .
, : must pass, it was discovJy ._ 1 & I
,, emy rpHE undersigned will proceed to all '
pro Gthl8el. 8tf EJVanu
THOMPSON ,
THEODORE T. Editor April
.'- .1' \ and, FISK I I
;: had gone on were at JL perty liable to taxutior. In aonforniity with lLIiW METALiC BURIAL CASES, Simeon Smith, .
t.\ Thomson then moved LU the Act of the Confederate States Congress, w'hlchauthorizes ,LL and Esq. Y"IJ" Geo'll,
,4 -A SOUThERN i' sizes constantly on hand for sale by Major II O .. ?
Circulation i lite Stat
t Lsaue Trauity NoUs,and Aaryttt Duily of Gtoryla OUE\T YuCg.1h"nuu C."ty. "
'mahL stream. the St. : ranrv" -. piovides TlUliLVi 8umoSs. Mertrs >, Flit.AUgW$2AtI..186. .
to. .. : a War Tax ( their redemption,. Moutlce.no Fla., JUrcu 84 1859. lalwor" ;
mile from tie 'Irruleryof .
: ;>ldurtlis of 4 Colleges. Shol and Charitable! Daily Jfomug A'tm, jtfper annnm luadSanoe. 0 W jSJ7 fNOTOE.

"" .,':'g hw army(about 1,100; I porsxtous Aliton.actually used fur the pur. /r.W"kt1 Jlr"1 Nj publulwd.every JJon- I N or about lo June next the Ueoririn lflekhy .

,.-.. ., battfe. boldly awaiting the. poses for Cl ge&hol Corporationsor lay. ,at II l>? aimuiu.H'telcly Telegraph u ill b* eularged ti>- ,i iiM |>ugr* jo n

--.;,"'-' ', .b',' not made, however ; nn- Associations were I from taxa ***, pubhtkoil every &turWy a'ipr and 96 e"luUu" to the aggivyaU; nuking U oneof wont.I (}hRIC: of t
,( publinjuuJs property owned by annuin'alwjiysia a.tvnee the Urgen in the world,and preeutiugperfect
: the two wingi of the 001.11')1 [xipeM a Ugh price of provisions, tliesuUuribi.rfindshliuiclfiuiubld.tos.il -
the entire pulUq llll also .ll real estate 79 AD\1IT1SER. snmiuury of New, foreign and dumeotif... t O .e
took place earned ant Its business by Th Large Clcoulufton of tUs"Morning Xews'lowth Ml a*a large fund ThUuagnlficeut IA
any ofnlloellulllllltl'r. Bill the be boa hitherto sold smut
at at
the-. Sfartaq baud which has uad da. of Its, .... : Iea.. Waak I'e prie hefr.
t corporation retucn. caj.| city ud country. .nd .. in famlilee- nhert )'uLIIhed r T.u T>ular until further notice, toe all .
eoeivo them. Our brave sat Corporation soda4s.eaibrauaJun.J It I.' eh.ulll\l 1hsg larger-thin that .f any per auuuui.in advance La 1011, D1an.ks, the price will be K1SE Br"I CAMJ C'mY,
)
JIG shock like a wall of der the w.ord. persons. Ay persoa or persous.who paper .b"'rnd..f the best possible medium For the taSsel new*,procure the MACON DAILYTELEUI1.tI'l1 Garas & T KKDOLLAlts Credit.Of DLUt aJ
ball t nwks return Uisbl property at thetIme for all make their bitsine whk-h wtll also be 0",
Price
fbig iu a terrible and rapid 6 p.rl by the Act 0 Congress, will beduubl and "ut kuowu to th*'.>*i.tUi In I way which ,.i J $3,00. 44dr
eannon and musketry, the most prompt and prott.aL.returu* 1 Ofc M..on .* oth. "Family Friend." .IJtnl JAM} furhe"pltUC.

y to recoil in dismay. In I'Uo

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