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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 16, 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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''i :.III NOVEMBER 16 1861 \ NO. 40.< .
: VOh 1'1.. I .TICELLO,. ELQRI SATURDAY, f\ )

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IIon l'I1ble'lrfn 'o is not,to1/hought oi f.: self-sacrificing / gaged in getting up a company for tho Lieutl::: Norris Dcsasaurc's Reg't S. CVols. for two of tho ships, which wero to 'take

Ite Ih ni u xi.x nll; .. Fire! nod insurrection arc thtnstrumcnt', 9 pure How warmly docs the patriotism.private sPr C11'list sen.ieo-nnll I am happy to say has thus .;:wounded in tho back by shell,dice part in the action, to go to the assistance '
yesterday this'city., and body sent to of the blockading fleet.: AS 4t'
of their vengeance I And if/o/ New Y, the, affectionate sympathies'f the far met with cncouragcing success. I would Charleston,** .. !.. ''
".F7a< Jusltlia rant CfH1II'';' .... Herald< (is irtk. hero tako occasion to state that tho aboven '
,-, good authority, ware an Southern heart! 1 No generous m Jr true (The four last named were taken to the Tit RESIGNATION OF COSISIODOEK RTBI&O* t
ling as to tho character oft men.wo an, woman can seo nn emaciated sol, want n gentleman has enjoyed a fine opporinily residence 5f'Mrs. Marshall, in this city, HAM-DISIIOXORAHLK ,CONDUCT OF ,inn I

H r.'K., FILDES' i:
there are three hundred? th :and of the thee 'f military tncticls: and, withal a young man, attlention.JSfe'' TilE 1HSCONDIKQ OF' STRIXQIIAM'S 'SECEE- .
I sleets
feebly'nlong our ut,
,i w D. German ,
Lieut.
pof
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: Myer Company .
Mql1ticello. TART t
;, : : most) desperate.and reek) men on th ndnc igh-toned nnd gentlemanly in his deport- a
deepest / s.
emotions!! of respect and Artillery, Charleston, killed by the fallingof ifook ,
: .;.1 ... ... with From tho New York Day ,' of ,
'rJ- ;" facoof tho nent nnd I feel! assured would treat ,
'";: ', -4R:' : earth ,The GJs and Van What a contrast between tho rags 'n' chases on him in tho fight. .
, 'ir -" SATURDAY. MORNING NOV. 18,'18612nfuftire ]1 dals, who descended upon pme and ensanguined spired by such a spectacle( 'and ose provoked kindness thoso who may enlist under him Private Burnotlj, Company F., Olh S. C. Tuesday, wo get tho following highly interesting ,
; -- I therefore bo of to regiment killed. f,* .r-: statement, which certainly places
tho Tiber with //rician blood, by the trimmings nt'pcvt insurance propose, to ono Jive ;:
tfi .A.dvor1i1.sors. .' gay of Clans! Meyer,German'Artillory,foot shotoil' Commodore STRINOUAM in a honorable x plight
"TO' : were angels compared 1 tdhcso fellows, of the throngs of oflicerfho seen raise tho sum of $2,500 for tho benefit rt 1 very ,

f : we shall require pl.t:: who lire known by the eric namo of lo dwell upon our streets, ins /ti of p, tho families of thoso who are desirous of Private Hawkins, same, company',; '' arm :. 4

"..... payment for aU transient advertise'ments ."Rough." It says that tl/nl'e nil for the tiently and honorably dovolingnemselv/ joining Capt. Bailey's company. shot off. *.. 4Gco. -: Some few facts!! in relation to Commodore e
: Stringhnm of the Minnesota and tho Hat-
a :.l" ?/ from other than contract ad:, war, or rather more partimrly, the spoils to their duties in camp.. '1| I sincerely hopo tho proposition may Monroe, Company C., Oth2S', >. '. C. terns prisollQ.rs( ,' having recently como to '
and thnt in the head
,"" thereof. They have nose in this worldno Those officers' tin meet the favor: of tho planters, slightly notice deem them of
vert i.sen.2' his regulation will Zf greatly mistaV tho our we ;'worthy men
hope for the future.They have been md the temper of the /who thi they will cheerfully and liberally respond.As Sergeant:) S. 1MyrIck\ Dooly, Guards, lion( as highly creditable 'to'thnt officer.. ?
peopl I Vols. in Ihd face.
Georgia slightly
strictly! adherred to: excited additional inducement to join the It by the articles of W'
to tho boiling Jut by tho rich that rank is now/to/ rstimation. an PI'imto'V. Stoke in appears agreement
!! same '
any passport pop company, .
<-=_--- _____. ., --- prospect of ph1l1lel'llcI t by their leaders Wo know of but ono adage nbovo company, I would state that it will the hand slightly. x between Commodore Stringham nnd Commodore i, tt
Barren the I Lit
For Rrprcseittiitirv., ( ."and will not be saoed unless\ they t that rank; can con for, ant that (i. t8 probably form part of tho Regiment to bo i. Col.: Dcsnusso's horso was shot under snrend red as upAi, oners of terns war,"prisoners and onarriving ,l a,

Wo arc nuthoriiEoil to Announce' AVM.; \\?: AUEJf' have a farmer mill niga cach.: !; This is additional pay. The people nro ns iWy formed by Col..Anderson and Capt. Lamnr him. nt New York, Stringhnm sent a
nr.LLaCniiJi.lntef.irtlie
tern of LicnU P.LcgMi li. Bird tire, rc,.tgu to fill J.B3"Wo tliotincxptrvil ,ho: class of men Southe] gentlemen arc to honor a Captain who docsliis. clutytithfully ( -two of Jefferson's most worthy and gallant -' This list Is incomplete. ns tho troops landed despatch to that effect,and intimating that e
of
:moet in battle 1 vagabonds/ and ns oriv ill' sons. at different points, nnd a }portion they were to ,boo treated ns prisoners of ,
a Mnjor-Gcucrat Gen -
: direct attention to several now : them have not yet been definitely heard war nnd not as rebels. This tho admin.istratlon
convicts A PLANTER ,
of the North I lie such tho battle 3hief. honorio f/h'/ 'lul l
They) will pay the f from. It is reported that five of Col. Stile'Regiment and in
nil voi'tisemcnts in to day's paper: ,,which areof stand/ N. B. Those who to the above objected to; consequence Ia
should respond
be
interest the cry Cold no quarter I"" Captain General ; but Ihc// love y pi'irnlo were killed, but i it lacks confirm. of this objection, there sprang up consider.
to. public.....:! ...' Tho foot of the invar. now presses tho boldier. Witness the immcnseyntri( proposition( will leave their names: with the ation. able telegraph communication between the

.' An Election- soil l of, tho noble, ''alroll Palmetto butions of tho''' people' to tlio: coos/ of Editor of the "Friend.! Capt.I Yates, Charleston, reported kill. Commodore and they administration, and
oiilVvdiiLMttay. -. .. ed| is in this city uninjured. I the prisoners \vcro not landed for several
1.ieuLP. L'. Bird his itatc. The ogee hoifd, but now dis- the troops' (in this ,i'nl' nnd will! ,
f
having resigned no AU the records nnd of the Olh S. arrival -'
the From" the :Savauimh ncpuUtcnn Xov. Otli. papers days after their Stringham refusing
position nsl'cl'rcscntnth'o from Jefferson gl'\eedflag; : of Unfl States flaunts'toho question tho fact that It ill tho'pI'; 0 soldier THE FIGHT AT011:1' HOYAL. 0., regiment, together with tho stores, wero : to surrender them unless it was clearly tt:
breeze, !iJl;i ono of I/ beautiful harbors: who stands and left behind and tell into the hands of tho :
County in the General Assembly of the first in tho to In our afternoon edition of yesterday: stipulated and agreed upon on the part ofthe
State, nn election has been ordered, to fillS and a poivcrfnl annalies outside, and lender sympathies) of the A" best wo gave a brief nnd general account of tha enemy. Government that they wcro to carry '
said!: vacancy: on next- '"Wednesday, the lids defiance,:to a /and sovereignty of passpoit of even the all'eCii/respect battle nnd evacuation of Fort Walker, on Heywar/l's Jinlh Regiment, was incorrectly out in good faith what had been' agreed; r
: freemen! / of and Port Roynl Sound Further nnd authcn- printed, Nineteenth, in our evening to at Hatterns. it is said: that SinnThorn.tho .
tho / to
20th inst. his
It will be seen that W.: II. country now\ is edition.
tio accounts show that it was ono ot the ,, mean time, frequently approached
AUUNDLI.L:: Esq., is announced a candidatefor Late accounts stat hat the enemy" has solicitude for his 801
the position in to day's paper landed an immense : y upon Hilton Head complained of ono of our Goner//tho oth who were in the Crimea say there was and the wounding of the General himself. and assured these gentlemen his honor

...... Island! and they aJ busily) engaged; in er day that he cared more for hick than nothing like it in the memorable seiges of aro false reports. that they had no cause to apprehend deceit
The Election in JeffersonOJficlahtiVegite throwing upi formile, entrenchments for his well. Tho same may / said of that celebrated campaign. The fire' from Our hospital was fivo hundred yards -that sooner than ho would put them onshore

below the oflicial returns of the which would incH that they have many gt' our Generals ; but wo/enluro/ to the fleet fell upon tho devoted garrison likea rom the fort, and had the yellow flag fly- without the full assurance of the Goveminent
no storm of hail for five consecutive hours, tug, yet tho vandals shot threo balls I entirely that the compact was to be strictly
election for Presidential" Electors* and Rep idea of taking l'olli' felon the main land: predict that these will bo th lell upon and the enfilading worked terrible havoc through it ; fortunately, however, inuring kept he would blowup the ship with every t
renlalivo: to"Congress, held in Jeffersoncounty and making an ad/oo into tho country.If horn tho people' hereafter w ho most nmong th'e guns of our buttery. So rapid no ono: soul on board, himself among the \rod

. ; on Wednesday 7th iiibt: this should .bu metal, then would ready to heap their honors (story also were the reports of the guns that it was However he persevered in his determinationand

FUR I'KBSIDUXIIAL: :: ELIXTOKS.rA. : : thc contending: /s .npproacfia: footing will delight to take care: of tl/' fame. It difficult to distinguish between them. One Unsuccessful mptof a Confederate Fii- did not, or would not. surrender one i +

K. Maxwell, .'. .. 374W. of eqllaJit\"Jlnlll t, shame: and slaughter is the privato( soldier who i/'fi.'st. in the continuous tho roar was kept up throughout soner to Escape from Fort laiayette. of full them. .. until his terms. wero 'coot ,lied w ith

R. Ross, ,. 285 bo (ho pcimltjoV' the rashness of the hearts of his countrymen," I iff, The tight.( battery: on Hilton Head (Walker's) From the Now York,Times of the 28ult, Tho course pursued by Com.Stringham: ,'t'

James: G ette:,,- _' ." ",' ." 370 invader. They.(v/not/ advance, however, --.... consisted of ono 10 inch columbiud, one 8 we gather tho following account of the his cuso mado him unpopular, with tho

H. A' Shine, ; .'". \ 373 into the (intcriovbut remain under.the C.UU' (JAI T/, Fla., 1 l inch ditto, ono ritlo cannon and seventeen attempt ot a Southern gentleman to escape Dynasty, and either in consequence of this A

Jo.Jwm' Hopkins, ,, ...,". : '*,.":' ,t)7:) shelter and proton of tho fleet. The NovJ,18tH. f twenty-four and thirty-two pounders.! The from the confines of Fort Lafayette. The or his utter coptempt of those in )power,
Jeso! Carter, ,'f.. ... 3 thousand have Mn.\ FILm! :-T notice ia/air\ last paper, fort is:: a common earth structure, but very ho resigne his commission nnd rcliu-d in ''
one i oes they along that in for strong of its kind, and tho width of the hay, Times says : }private life, and several of Iho officers under _
? 4 thanking Mr. Holpn a
Hopkins, .y/; ;, with them, will ubtleKs, ho transferred: present 21.2 miles proved from tho bcgining that Between 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday m rn. him did tho samo thing nt the same ,time, '
FOR r.mrESENTA'UVE.- to tho main !lanJmd: dispatched ascmmis- of potatoes, you suggjt that a presentof a fleet of such power was obliged to enter lug ono of the sentinels on tho dock sur while Hale, who had been his Secretary, i?' &'&

'11. B. Hilton, '. .' '175: saries: of insllI'l'/iou, to iticilc tho slavesto such potatoes would i ncccplablo to with nn dibit. Tho Bay Point battery, rounding Fort Lafayette had his attention continued on, with tho determination to

F.IL -'Cottl', .." ,. 144, rcbellidii. Jr this reason, if they can the troops nt Angllstill /nil Fernandina.This : just opposite, on St Helena Island, had I attracted to ono of the port Dholes in tho cave tho Federal ,. service as soon a* an t

..I. L.'Moseley\ .' .' 23F. : not be dModg ":front their present )position i. reminds me that I h/e/ been somewhatnegligent seventeen guns, and there was but little Fort by an unusual noise. Hc'nt once regulated opportunity offered to join the Confederate. ;8'
kind risk in swift steamers: passing a )milo and a his movements with reference to service ; antI he accordingly led when hu
L.1"illehigne in returning links to our
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they bhot.. be closely watched. A from each. The ships were disposed to Hnmlton.noads .
quarter that spot, when'he soon discovered that got ) bringing :awny
.2.
Tanner, '. 1'1 few day, wo L 3VC, will bring stating iunds at )home, for sc/ral/ very accepta BO as to direct their tire from three ono ct tho Secessionist prisoners was work with him certain articles which it is wiiil: ,
'-- -- news from ll/ef.cno of invasion South:) Llu prcHontH' : ; very} iccyily wo did receivea oints. The achievement itself, is pi tug to make his escape Mr.\ Lawlcr was: caused the detention of' the '}edema) /licet '

lIeUe' for Needy I'mnHic. Carolina: \\iil n bo found lagging in nn attempt large hogshead: of jiy such! potatoes fromJIr. I little consequence, but it is important in the adventurous individual-Ihe gentlemanwho : from sailing on their expedition some' twit
Wo direct attention to the communication : soil! [ Hollman, which/\'el'O ilisliibnted among that it h"ltho enemy foothold on our wns arrested some weeks ago at or three days ; as after he left' they had:
in tola:1) issue, from "A PLAXIKB," to rid i hj ot the toe the : v also received some coast and possession of one our best harbors. Crestline, Ohio, bearing dispatches! : to tho to send to Washington to get them 1>ul!..ro _
III mother( lImn wo give particulars: : company rebel This tho who they could sail,not being able to do so without ., p
addressed "to the Planters: ot Jefferson." illi:1I11 Confedracy. was man '1
of the battle' :|'ort llo)'al. We also publish lime ago, from DIr : JIa'v'in, a barrel Our force in the battery, while! the fight was>> found in the act of offering! stealthy thcin.\ ,
The. I principle! I obstacle that Col. R.ur.crencounters :: l of sweet nnd at a still cailicr amounted about On tho arrival of Jn/measota In the
below a her, from :a, correspondent of p potatoes. wns progressing, to 220 defiance to the walls ot tho Fort. Lavvter ;
in .tho orgmiizuioii of his\ company tho ChailoKtoMercnry: giving an account period, a largo box f vegetables from Mr. men, tho rest ot the troops being disposedin appears to have procured a key which fit, harbor of New York; .'-wo' understand.I ; ,y r
is, that many:\ men who wish to enlist Bryan) } FoNom. Sipi I I presents' are not only the rear mill within tho distance of a ted true padlock which fastened tho gratingof steamboat was chartered by some of tlnWcowardly
of the comin! of affairs at Buaufurt.l .
arc 1 prevented l from doing so, 011 account j very acceptable UII, but they' servo to mile. The greater portion the loss occur tho porthole, and with it had opened scoundrels the Zouaves that ran '
of their worldly condition. They have: cvi-FoirKovember: 10.-1 'rode to red out side, from tho bursting of shells, the grating Ho had nlsobceu: providedwith away from ,Bull Run 'so' fleetly. Tin-no y
show that fiimls at homo
Duaufoit} ye-J'day. Two gun liestwere: our nre duly which were rained! over a large district of now wash tub and. a rope, and also fellows were very eager! to get nt theso
to''I Lily p n I'onn.lll'II'Port. I.'tllotoll011I0 two mindful of somo oAho privations of, camp) territory Time German Artilery company a lifo-proxervcr. Ho had $47,50 in gold unarmed prisoners for tho purpose of imiivlering 1
labor for the necessaries: of life, and it miles below taufoil) and one was: : 1 lyingat life. Whilo r.iakiithis I public acknowledg- from Charleston, who wero on the fort, and his gold watch packed in n bladder: and them ')'hiss were very impudent,

would 1, therefore, bo wrong and. inhuman anchor tort| distance 1,010Tho went, we can hail Iy omit to mention tho fought liko tigui'H. Our men wro ordered t fastened in ono of his pockets. Having coming cloHo alongside of the ship and

for a husband 1 alill] father: to deceit his wife negroes WCI locking into and out of the reception of.n h. dozen bottles of Black. to retreat, when their powder was nearly packed his: valise, ho placed it in tho tub ; insulting tho prisoners. Commodoro
and children under such circumstances. town laden Ah prog.. Those whom spoke exhausted, tho holding of tho battery ho then fastened a rope to n tub ; let the Stringham seeing this, ordered the steamer:
to nnswcrtilio with civili'y. I am con- bury Wire, amft lot of Pickles-Loth for had becomo hopeless, and the enemy had tub out of the po. t hole and after securing they wcro to keep off a certain distance or
Our correspondent, however, (who, by the \'illccJ tInt ey have been led by the tho sick of they Jefferson Rifles," the former it in their power' to cut off their rctrcal., the rope, bid poodby to Foil Lafayette hu would sink! her; and when the prisoners t
bye, is: a young gentleman of wealth and, des'uoof oUmng without cost thoso articles conliibuta by Mrs. Ware, n'l1'tho They left in good order fol'owed by a and entered the tub !himself. lie then were gelling ready to land on time Inland: t

talent, and has! made many liberal offerings conuui'/y BO dear to them. They) Jailer Ilf)[1'. /i\'ine. shower of shell from tho ships. Fortunately began sailing for the ground, all the while theso blood-thirsty braver made for' that:
the alter of Liswcountry, during the refused to |tcr Wiwox's store while he :a considerable number of steamers were closely watched by thin sentinel, who 'per- place, on 'which the Commodore win
upon ) I onAinJ! fiicnds bo rewarded '
Hoping may in creek that skirts the westside word, to tho commander ot the Island if hu'itI
trial; the was in toA) young man, whose pro lying a deep mitted the bold Lavvlcr, his tub and cargoto
present period ot comes to rescue : ccplions of nth were not blunted by fear for theitf thoughtful liberality, Ian of the Island, which enabled, it is land on the dock in safety. But Mio not clear the Island of these tnisor.iido "'

and generously proposes to be one ot .as he tnrll anti rode back with me, told Vcri/especlfully/ thought, our entire forces to mako sale sooner had he landed than ho was com. cowards, ho would arm tho' prisoner for
Jive, to raise a sum suflicient to. place the mo that thJrst boat came ashoruiiha! W. 0. GIUAUDKAP.: their retreat. A portion landed at Bluflon manded lo surrender or to be shot their own defence 'against the execrable y

families of all who enlist under Col. H.\(- white 1Iao nil! that the negroes ran to the ...---- and other points on tho South Carolina Mr. Lawlcr certainly did not fancy the wretches, whereupcutley} took tu their ,- '
wharf the Yankees. the shore, and an other, the largest, was brou't ho and steamer and 'went back" to ''New York
LEY, beyond want.: Can four men be tumid to s| Up to very fur lla family frienj. shooting part, so surrendered sugcbted '
I town I sag Il'groR who had been entrusted! by Commodore Tatnall's fleet to Suvaunah. ; to the sentinel that ho tako tho city. #
in Jefferson,, to take their Und by, the To]//he Planters of Jefferson.A
with fi.iviIho : their masters' property while bladder containing the gold watch and The facts we glean from parties who
hideof oar correspondent, and contribute, latter ,vedthe 'family; 'aithully cxecuommissiuns. nobfc Virginia: lady once said to Col. Werner, of tho .German Artillery, the $47.50 in money and. allow him to go were among the prisoners. ,And it further
like him, to so holy and patriotic a cause: tiutj theii. "II l'se-.. 00 Robinson," of Revolutionary w&s in command of the fort. Gen. Dray back into the fort through the I ort- more appears to bo confirmed, that the

thoprotection of mothers and children from t Under circumstances! I.to not route mentor})'/that we servo God and our cOlin ton wns also present throughout tho fight, lolo and. havo nothing said about it. But federal authorities' have been for MMIIO y

want, whilst the father is on distant field cider tho of things as bad What try Lot when wo strengthen the hands ofitll and General Riplcy, arrived about 10 the sentinel was not to bo bribed by Mr. time prior to their attack on fattens very E
battle the invaders can we c ect when 1'lanterslea\'o entire o'clock. Lawlcr. Ho alarmed tho garrison, and anxious to attempt the capture Norfolk, '
of carnage, giving to ,, ly to then Ivcs, a }people who have never dcfuidcrs.Duiig/ Commodore Tatnall's fleet was present Lieut. Wood l, tho oflicer of tho port, had and have only been dissuaded: from it by 'c ;
v ho would polute our land with their pre s- accustom to perform the smallest task, our present struggle, circumslanca aiding tho fort to the full extent of its powers tho (prisoners roll called to sco it all !his Com' Stringham bitterly opposing 'nuV'

dice, destroy our homes and plunder our without a rection ? *" over which they have no control, antI all are loud in their praise of the imsoners were in the fort. He then had such foolhardy J attempt: He told them. t' '

property ? We hope none will put forth Tho Y tees, I suspect are only feeling will ucvcntmany) men from serving their intrepidity and daring: of the heroic com l.awler secured in double irons and placed it appcarsKGen. Butler in particular, w ho ;'" .p,
the plea, that they hare already, couliibulc'd their way p the stream and will not land / battle mam ere Of his fleet tho Lady Davis and in the guard house.! As the sentinel had was most eager to urge it on that he String-
coun/ry the field. But is this
in any plsrs. except at the point where upon the Huntress, wero cut off and went on to bad occasion to order off ono of the threo ham, would have nothing to do with any
this or' that amount-and therefore conclude they rite to entrench themselves (per. the /1111. way the patriot manifests his do- Ch.ii'lesion. vessels which had been laying very close such folly-that they would lose twenty

that this appeal i is not mado to them. haps( Cull I n :Neck), where their frigateswill vet/ IL for his country ? Docs ho not "serve Commodore Tatnnll after his flag ship (into tho fort during the night, Lieut. thousand men, and all the ships they had;' .

This war is one for tlctQror extermination find xafo roadstead.I Gjl and his country bath) by strengthen was crippled by 1IIhell, retired to Scull Wood ordered a boat to bo manned and in the Baboon's Navy, and they.be W tar ";,

and the men of wealth need not expect IhinLJiat strong bodies of horses could in/ the hands of its noble defenders?"- Creek, and landed his Marines and powderto taking some soldiers with him, duly armed from it as they were before they commenc
Ic the to their give aid to the Fort ; but bofoie reaching lie proceeded to the three vessels referredto ed.
easily
en. planters bring
it result in and up _
to
victory independence then he best this than ..
Ijpw can accomplish it ho discovered the United States flag and nail them taken under tho guns ot -,.;-.,, -' v. ._-4.
unless they pat their shoulders to the negroes.These inclusions are drawn from what contributing liberally of the means>> which flying over the hospital, he then retracedhis the revenue-culler Jiibb. The sea was! EXTORTION.-It is ULdeniable that \Mere. ', ,

wheel',and aid, by a Tie proposition of their I saw }'e ray. Tho whole aspect oft /good Providence has bestowed upon him? steps to his steamer. very rough at the timo of the boarding. : are men who'have taken advantage of f'.. \

treasure, in pressing it to a speedy and triumphant affairs mi be changed in a day, f>y aiding those who are willing to serve The garrison at Bay Point, commanded It seems that Lieut. Graham in command I these war times to enrich tliemselv.- ni .
close. -p.. tho field of f hardship and danger? In by Capt. Stephen Etfol/, made good their of tho Bibb, received the order to hold the the expense of the people. The darling: -
upon escape, and at last accounts were engagedin three vessels in rather sour manner and object with theso sort otIIt'1I is to rich .
t
Then let bo able week ,. ffi : .
us next to an )fflcers and Privates view of thoso !fuels>>,lhcn-in view of the Port
throwing a battery at Royal lhn is tho F"
up was a good deal unwilling to do anything acrao of their ambition, and tho 4 .
flounce, that at least four gentlemen Lave In the ir in which we aro engage fact that tho boasted 'invincible Armada," Ferry, near Beaufort. in the matt or. It is stated in tho neighbor. sum total of oil their endeavors. Th'-y

responded to the suggestion of ".A PLANTER says the chmond Dispatch, rank is n of tho Yankee despot, arc hovering about Capt. Win. Elliot's company, which garrisoned hood of Fort Hamilton, that the Bibb has have no ,regard for man or devil, only < ,

," and that the sum of twenty- ;t hundred the syuor m of honor. Tho most honora- our coasts, threatening to overrun us-I the work on Braddock's Point, been somewhat neglectful of its prisonersfor so far as they may be made tributary to .'
II11I'\\-rt south end of tho Island, retreated in small some time Yesterday Lawler these ends.. They are the horse-leach ,of 'J '
past
the of
<<1ged for \ Lie positi in this contest is that of trieJIU appeal to the planters bf Jefferson to come
those } boats, and many of ihcm, with their baggage said that ho had not succeeded but it he the body politic-the vampires of society
families ot soldiers who enlist under is relief of beloved Stale in the
private si uer. position anytlJug to tho our tho steamer Lees-
up were picked by -in
up had, by that time (afternoon) ho would whoso presence widows weep, !and .
Col.,BAILEY. but a de ided one. 11 i i.s, indeed, Most hour of her extremity. Many of her bravo burg, from :Savannah: : ant landed on the have been in Dixie's Laud, lie told tho the wail of wretched orphanage is heard fi'

....... iionorabhHe He is no enlisted mercenary. sons are already in the field,and I am proud opposite shore. They: burnt their stores, officers in charge that they might search in vain. Their iron boxes are go me.I i

The War'in our Midst. is a v unteer in the service of his conn- to know there are many more anxious to and left their tents behind th /U. for a better Secessionist, but they would with gold and silver, and this is the Ark\, .. ,.
Of the disasters there were some not have to further South than Fort of their Covenant with Hell and the de
go Lat'ay.elle ,
The of the feel assured their families .
success Lincoln Naval expedition try He egg!I forward at his country'sg go could they
mentioned and
yesterday some incorrectly to find a truer one. pository of a coinage from lean of blood.
at Port Royal, although of 'very lit offer g to fight her battles, with out I would be provided for. When told that stato It appears ihovMr.f Lawler has lately received The laughing fiend keeps guard over them

r y tie consequence, in insult admonishes us name i or t e chance of fame, without rankor Jcffurson has thus fir prov
that this unholy and inhuman war that is pay e comes forward in the spirit of of those in the service, they reply that : Vol. was slightly wounded in the ankle of an extraordinary size. Hereafter visitors at the presence of hollow-eyed penurr. :,

waged against us' by the fanatics of the perfect St -sacrifice, giving np homo, comfort they have no guarantee that she will con Piivato Columbus Hunt, ot the same will, donbtlos be subjected to close The beggar is dismissed empty, with \ "
regiment wounded in the leg. grimance, of which hell iu mado asban<*l, '
not ,
North in to be confined to the border to thegauntlet tinue to do scrutiny}
: eve thing ; proffering run bo.
Private Henry Wessinger: of the lame -- ........-.--_ while the lean arraa of the fiend caresses
States. Already the(roar of artillery is disease and to brave' death at As they now have an opportunity to enter regiment, severely wounded in the arm P XSACOLA REPOBT.-New Yerk Oct.25. the gold-iike coiled snakes ia the darknessof :

heard upon our coast. The-border, so far, the canno'a' mouth for no possible'Toward the service( I propose: to the )planters to and leg. "1) Mr. BlackarJ a native of Maine and ,a 'fugitive : bin infamous don. Such an one U rips!| 'j

has felt the brunt ot the struggle but now, or return, jut the consciousness of having como up to their aid and give them ample Corporal F. E. Howell, Company! 11., S. from }Florida who arrived by the :Me for the flame of the pit and should Lavethe .

as the Northern press declare, "tt"o'heart served hi country ja her time of neefl-. assurance that their families hi all not'suffer C.-V eIL, flesh wound in the left arm. Clellau yesterday, communicated tho tact bade o of his damnable doonr naili t .0:_1

of the rebellion is to be readied'tne jrartraiikfmed The fable t the Romin CurtiusU>> the best while they are defending their homes and Private Phillip Heat on, Company: IL, 9th ,that Col Brown had made all his arrangement upon his forehead huddorin by the hissing pnpil .
5 C. Vols. ftc ,h wound in batteries Peusaoulaon lace. It U with fueling: v.<
regiment thethUh. I to opclbIa
tq the cotton States. And typiBwiticSgul'uern of the self(lumol:1tion/ of the homes. upon souU '
; : our ; the 16th, and that he wlu preventedfrom tbiuk of each men ; our revolt-ui
such a war! Devils (iucaruato: uouM DtI'jSQ \ rivate boldier, The. oflicer! fights ffl\ir\ young friend, A. Z. Bailey, com- Private J. S. Ayres, 27th regiment Ga.,I doing so by tba affair at the mouthof we spurn| them back as the cff-tcouriug ui

; a more diabolical and LcllLli! system! ia par( at cast: for pay; the 1 private: from .misalvued by the Governor, U actively cu- V ob.a wound iu the left fvot, slightly. the Mississippi, hick made: it'aecessary: : creation.: Ana (Ala.) Jiejtu&tif.

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< 'ly styled tho Marion\ of this .war: 11 I -1 PKYSICIATS CARD 'BRIGKliNQ OILCOLOIIED.PIIOTOGRArIIS. :'

'T: .. rtJBUSHED EVERY SATORDAV. been complimented by one ol the lad, CONFEDERATE: STATES OF AMERICA.ASEOlt'S AND PLASTERING. -AT- :,.

., stresses by flattering allusion in tho t o : so. r ,
a;- -- -- :JDx. KT.rTAVING Ta:1or Sadie & Potte'2bt
TWO DOLLAR'S PER ANNUM. of the entertainment at tho Tlu-al' I OFFICE, ) G.1eDoDL1d( .

Ic _. _ evening, favored: tho audience with o. i' .:f JMIE!oni lo, Florida will November to awes 9, \\66li all J r ,JLJL' 'ofT n his' services to hi. frlendsand, the pubic / ONflNtIcanj on the. ,above business, h nlltr/ :

I SCALE OF ICES his characteristic speeches. Ho st.iteif ,,)'JL pertf liable to faxatior proceed, In .conformity with pro 1 in the practice of Medicine and!nl'/el'.ln their' I 1111 1Ies 1.and,1 beplealtd toreein ; .
: in tho last month !lri gallant :little wmyjof arions brnnche Residence at .
3. tt Florida i the Act tKtIie Confe.lerfto State Congress which ntronng. the Orna.
tA. Prei nf
#. As-rjrtJ&.v of.l4eertisinp.t fortvtrydcttription over ono thousand men, had marched over authorizes the Issue or Treasury)' Notes,and pi ovide Montleello, July 20,1801. 23-tlj mental work ln, nn good Btyl6 1
I miles had fought the almost i h War Tea for their redemti..n. The by anln| the StaId| | Entire. | mtlsfac
609 G.V.. JORDAN
ADOPTED BT TilE EDITOTUM.A GOVtESTIOJI.:! ] ; enemy\ OlegC Schools and Charitable! or Religion property o J) ill Kiinranl, every n.e, and work done on WE would respectfully announce le the puUiu,

I Square, (occupying the space of 13 firevwr tines, everyday ; had killed! 600 ol thcmj! moro I Ao..cllllull. aetunlly: used for the pur HAS REMOVFJ> TO TiE TOWN OF MONTI- reBonAbleter| that we have secured the scrafrea ef an emt

:. 01'1 8oneIMertl"n'H") ".."" ."" (1 00 than had been despatched in that time by ..rtlolllr such Cullege.Sdioola,Corporations ), fur the of medicine. W lIe w'lwl' superintend time makingand meet Cohiwlitaud Portrait Painter.\ T&one wishing

I t-; Forn subsequent Insertion.1,1. .. /60 the who))
iI J SijpmnrSninths .. ,.. ,, ., .. ,, .,, ,. /5 00 t/fiad accomplished nil that Gen.; JohnVHtouhad also 81 public laud and property owned by August I860. 27 Bra : % 11.11 Picture have an opportunity afforded them hoC Ihe
ai I .. 6montbts..P. ,. 800 him to do its Missouri f SI- r.r public purposes; also nil real estate hrst time In TI ohu.ee. The incna fg demntii
g I .l I 1 year...... .. .... ... ... .. 12 00 sent out in kwned and used for carrying on its L\lne by any T. .J. tUILEE. 0"olinll. Palmer for tbi* popular style of painting hm induced us toemploy

,$I t .. I"i .... .Id..e..I .. 6 .. 2000 campaign and come out with more men corporation, which has mRde..110 return of itscaplUIV L ) 1 [RO D DilO.VTICKI nn epr.oee artist, end ws ire how prepared
J .I S .i I .I .I I.. eI ..t .. ..s. .S .2500 ban it had started: wilh.-.llemphi' : Corporations are intended to embraced un- [ 'i L 9 Dealer in- to S

4 a I i. ..e..I..e... .... .i .. .I .. 3,) lanc/ict Oct. 30. ,\ .' del\he word perMIIB Any person or persons who rUOYISIqANDGROCERJE[ Ambrotynrt,Jtetainctypt'', Plain; rttotomtif, Lift-

'l i\ eolnmn I .. ;. .. .. .. ... .. .. 40/50 phalNiiil to return of taxable property the i ObELL .sued PAotorapA., {a1rtd rhotoyrxfhi! M.ri.
.. PRACTICE all
e I" I..s. .. iI.ets.4 ... .. .I 04!' 00 time \iescrilicd, by the Act of Congress, will bedonhlexe. WII.I> portions Cth 1 I Il i. tl, 'AoorlpA., 1'hotorrroptit .Ol Cl.
I .. 1" .. ... .. .. .. . 11 I 00 Tribute ol nc" ct.r East and MbIdle'lorida.. January 4 on.. {n U miter Co" cfJ'

: : Eobtelln" LognU Notices. to be charged the Our little band which left Jefleraon county Tho ndlowlng] la the rur of tho return which June 30th, 1800. 20-ly !ont ilousc." Photograph to"crdil JndiI ,I. .

anme as transclent Advertisements, exoptIfolVc three 'short months >full 'of brhghthopes Illl l bo VesentcdtaurinV : A. 1'crlcr, IV. !>., 10 In fact we are prepared to fill all orders nf *v rr
: : of DismisMon as .\Administrator, for ago, ./ TitiaUt Properly Oetolur lit, 1861. W., M. HU every description and warrant satisfaction: In every
remove.1 PROPRIETOR.
t 'whlcU the charge shall be .. / .. 10 00) and high aspiratioiirbi' been attacked .1. tlcnl KstoVo, including nil lands and [.Valne t: having the Practice of Medicine to MontleelloFlorida in *!T Acute, 11 EYS instance or no charge.Daguerreotypes. '

ATvirtbiemeflt.! handed! .for puliTumlion.not. specifying ; ono of our number haft fallen, }but *"ciUites Ih roln. with ferries,bridges Chronic He bo found nt nil hours, HAVING PUEI THE Deceased Person*
the'number of ln ortlouv/to 1 bp Ilecnsel may
pnldixhcdtill Andmncs\! .. .... .. >. $ I ATOVEn'1 '
.. when at his residence
I: ICBI forblif. and charged) in accordance/ with above not on the battle field.
4 _ came to our young friend .with his "''ympaIt. Merchandize: All gaols nnd wares for of Col. lilackburn's Crner Hotel. rllLlo tended to it contlnl I )have, alto! bought I lot nf "elle le.
t ,, sale except the agricultural new furniture whl l| to the comfort and Old anti Cleaned
comrades about him ench pro- February 18th, I860. 1-Iy .
rou_SALI: 1. ng one en.grr : ducts of the country)... .. ,. .. convenience of my I 111.1. ).table will nlwny' Painting Restred
'I' to aid him ; butdayafYcr dny he struggled .4. Dank, Stock, except ucht may boreturned Dr. It.bert Scott, supplIed with thin,, market can nfford. .lpleRe leave their
: Finding ft Impossible to eniiifitit orders soon, as our during the
; n newspaper cm by the Bank Art.t wi remlin "
with tho foe tho skill of the attending I It proper Mo.VTICELtO FLoRIDA Msrcb2tth.184151 ly
.4 hot .
the Credit System, during n crisis like the Oleer. .T. .. .. ,. .. . A Rson.
presentIn physicians, and,,the faithfulness of those 5. and other Corporation stock, tOflers Ms Professional Services to the citizens [ Wehave also just Introduced a new nnd beautiful

monetary affairs, the Office ".f thc FAMILY who watched so constantly by his conch 8. Money nt interert,including bills and of Montiepllo and "Iullllt)... ( lQlO@ 9 stvle of oil colored Photographs called the DAr.IE
. )'nTE D Newspaper I Is offered, for snlo nt A very nl."tos. nnd securities bearing In. !Ilerlt March 1. 1S.1 O 8m nOmDAJOHN OTYPE, which art universally 1,1mlr..1Iews

reasonable price. It Is dot.fja, good credit business were exerted in vain in his behalf; liCvlmI'alluiilho : Confidernto bonds,. L. MILLEl taken In any part of the short
I of business houses, residences,
Wm.S. notice. Views or .
Cash on hand, or deposit In bank or Provretor.
. / S And la the hands of a 111111: nut dependent upon first victim the noble canso-in Diworth NOW OPEN \\ pb1ie, taken and colored desired. Sine 20 by 10 Inches.
elsewhere ... .. . .. .. ATTOUNKY AND COU.VSKI.LOn AT LAW 18 t .
.
,
\ the cash Income of the ofllc", n 111 prove n profitable which \\'e'have embarked our aU: We 8. Cattle.lor"'e nnd raised or prictor respecttiila e"lclt.lual'e of pat. Amubrotypea and Melalnotypeim,nil sand prfocs.Csill .
"IIC
1\ \' Investment. Fur further particular( n|'ply to Ilia, therefore unite in the following resolutions held I 1110. ...... .. .. ..Intccll Florida, ronnge. t3T"llia Ho, .ltult..1 street and sce' Specimens !

. '. Editor. October 12. 1801, P. Gold Watches$ .. .. .. .. the MhhhieCIr- len.lng frnl the publicly to the Rnllrond, depot. *
to show deep sorrow at his early fall \fLpl'nctice Courlof n, 1860. 40-; Decemtmsrl,1880. 42 ly f
our 10. Hold nml .Silver 1'latj .. .. ,. Court of ; :
'ann our earnest sympathy with his relativesand :! 11. Pianos., .. ... .. ..... .. the United StatesMarch lJi.trlc ; -
!
12. I'J.n.nrl: Carriages.. .. .. .. .. 15, 1839. -ly LEWIS F. ROUX. titos. r.oux.Co WM. P. SLUSSER, I

dcurnplti, C1V friends. 13. Corporation Stock not duly It014 .. ,UANCFACIUREK OF-'
1st. That in the. death of sour brother, returned by tho flank or Corporalion ('.:(ji.! Fife '

f' ". [Gleaned from our !Savannah' Mncnn Atlanta nnd Charles Williams, we have lost a companion I .. .. .. .... .., .. .. ATTORNEY COUNSKLLOll. AT LAW, Receiying and Wog [Copper T Tin and Sheet-IronJKaresj;J.
'. The above ,
t W'. Charleston Exchnnlt/' .l ........... to whom, in our short intercourse, must be returned under 01h. Agent.
flflW .fl J C W. .Jl ,
1CKTAII. DEALER 1
have become endeared his. WHOLESALE AND :
: i'; Victory of the Southern Troops in the West. wo : by sobriety Notice hereby given that I will bo the following Jti"eloJ .lo/'lda. ;; '
;; "
I ;,' MFMPIIIE\ Nov. 8-An e.xlrtilyww to nnd\ strict integrity, by his willingness aiilptoIllitiIi'as Precincts, to receive the returns l tho.residents AprI12,1811. Gl'lerl Corm i )rercii ants,. ME) D OI IPOl Tgia F. *>

, ... in obeying call of duty in the respective herein ; -- rench German English& American Good
i: day contains full accounts ot and every nelghbrhuod., n* reriiautlf ,\ Flu .:
bloody his and designated, to tt it: Insolvent Estate Notice.: .
ami kindness The of
; by generosity. Home Furniibing \
L tothe sale of Ct tMmv > :
. t\\ bard fought battle near Columbus, ipeeinllt/'nt"n l .> Arice. '
S : : ycstcr toils and of his march At [ Monday! and Tuesday, November. Moss. Every .
day. General I'JLLOW'S fatigues" earthly: arc nllli/"ln. TAT I.OHO.\) DAVID WALTCER'Atl-: mil' 'rodl" || Denpton
: It- Brigade, 2,500 over, and we trust ho now has n home 10th,. ,'I 'lt.l. }r i.mimmitrimtor! of the Estate tCollo and oilier .bnndirc'; forwarded .
.r' strong, composed of TAPPAN'S! Arknnsa. *I where reigns eternally.2nd. : At Tnl'Y'1! Mi, on \\VVdnesd.iv November 20th. (.fJi11 Walker, late of ei.1 ""lnt,. deceased,I. hnv dNuiteli| STOVE HEMHJUARTERS. _
peaco
.4 regiment, and FRUKMAN'S, \Yitiunr'd, and That with the bereaved At on Thursday November 21st. Ing filed in my otliccii m written of the II' February 2:, 1801. 2-lyjI Ml always hand of COOKING, PARLOItandRUOMSTOVKjJ. -;
sympathize 'IJJr..lon
T. PicKCTt'fl Tennesseo wo At $enlc} *, on Fri-himy, November 22d.: st sipply
H imcllt" of the e 01
; encountered solvency elld"eu.d'l'h'r..r.ro Stoves trimmed
. t. the on the Missomi sido widow mill orphan\ children, who At I BeRron SaturdayNo\ember 23J..t ,'lt.i hereby given nil pr.nelu"'lu ) J. 'ra :' with neatness, and warranted Cooking to rive
enemy op .\ J. S. Walker's or ( perfect
November
have lost in him their chief on Monday, 23th. 'I
earthly dependence claim said
Columbus or J""ln.l* .I.eculd. to ed with to
satisfaction. can
earlyyesterd-ty mornii.jf. ullln.t They sUipr safety
posite : At Walker's ou Tuesday, November 20th. "
lint her son has fallen in the ftlti them tu the office of of Probate of .
sacred : of thrcountrv.OABDEK
The enemy's force was 7,000 strong. and of his and At lialley's.Wednesday. November 27th. said County, on or before time llo, )'of December, (tM DOM any part
commanded cause country, we commend At on Friday' November h. tr ]. FIRE ENGINES.
1 was by'1\"j. Gen. JOHX A. 1"nlln/8. 211 next, when; there will be n prn"nIR di'tributlon, of .D
t- ) JIcCLEii.NAND\ of Iliinoisp ns.si.stetl by Gen. her and licrMilllo pnes to the goner At Ji. on :l.lr.lnv. November itoth. I he asset* of said docca'ed, the creditorstheicof Rotary, Suction, Ind "rct Pumps with ItubberHocattached :
and For
BOWLU Fw.r.ow'8 Brigade OilS hearts of our fellow citizens at home VALENTINE CLE1[. t ; audnt whleli time t RIIIOIII I David Walker Receiving Iling :Agent for supplying Plantation Kn; laes
.1
; fotiglit gal- : (father the War Tax Assessor for Jefferson County. will fur with w Engine Sitmoks
May our heavenly comfort bom!! apply 1 diwharga fl..11 aliriiiihtrationufsuldeslitc. FERNANDIlfcLA. wlltll'frOI l e.tel'lI..de.
Inntly until their
ammunition tea* txhau-, November U, 1801. .
made
Stacks, to .
fed, when, overwhelmed] by stipi'iior mnu of his: relatives, and raise up friends. who 11.2t' ll.H'nAIS..Jldge. ;:3 Agent fur Charleston. ItLlne of 1"llcrl Work" .of every done' by
V will be to them in of the and I February V.-1 tShol f"/'rllll.n .
bcrs }place son 2.ltt. y Alt attended
retreated t workmen
buck
they : to tlio ijverwith brother they have lost. O..NOE Mu7 2Othi.1801.. 1.60 : .
heavy loss.! On rcaclung tlio river to
3rd. That send of L. DOZIEK. %x js. jtuoyjiB. i, 1800. .
these
we a copy proceedings TnllnhnsiecFebruary Il.ly
bank they made a dcspor.xto stand, closing INSOLVENT ESTATE ND IOE. .

r? in with the enemy wherever that was jms-: to tho bereaved: family, and another ACTIVE SERVICE %_ STATE OF FLORIDA, I HENRY: K1RKLAND, L. Dozicr 0., WORK 'VO1tKVOIIK! I Ill! !

A' Bible! with their bayonets. Capt. WATSON'S to tho Family Friend for publication.SAMUEL : Jcftrmin C'uuntiI t administrator of the FACTORS & COMMISSIO EROHANTSFEIX.XDJX ,
.
battery was temporarily lost during tint [ 1'ASCO fT IIXG AIJTHOniTY FROM THE WAR I Into of James L IClrkland, lato of Jefferson County, ,\ Jordan ''Fulfo ..I.
.
CIIS. T. CARROLL JLJL deceased < filed In thin Prolxtto Olfiee a written -
Department to
retreat of our At this'l'l'iiicnl I I 1'110 aNT hlVlll1
March 16th, 1861.
troop _
1 : moment GUKATIIAM'SI BrijrruU' W. 11. JOHNSON. ] su<;;' he helr'rl the estate of raid BUILDER[ AND 'GENERALO.BPENTEB[
O D James I L Klrlland to bo .hellt- 6th HOUSE
: composed of SMITU'S and KrcsEr.L'd Tun Camp! :lt'tOIAmelia I., Fla. [ &War wo to :AM'iWt Therefore notice Is h/'r to all persons.

ncssco Regiments! nnd Col. MARK'S\ Lou of I the Southern propose States, under their ) Inn inu claim* against the said estate, to appear and :
fny :
own olre.I, file th,, sjimo with the .Indira of Probateof sill :orohaD o rANDDEAl ,
isana llegimcnt assisted Gen.; and, them I'i
by I'OL proiiilitn and .
01'18 equipments, a ai MONTICKLLO- .
and Jll1crti.ac ncnt active service. wcl County on or )l.rlrthothlrI.I"! of rVhimiry next, Kit \ .1..LOUD.\
t .1.
LYTIIE'SlHissisllil'l'i' Regiment* aril
"h"l there will ba, a pro-rain distribution "of the I would most respectfully Inform thlpuLlfe .,
nnd Any Company ofllcer who feel dispose. to Iteady-Masde Clotptg I"
turned the
vet fort Tinea of the day may ) .
enter tho serviee In this ran obtain what infofuiation fund LclulllnJ to sab estate amongst the ereditor 1 have for the year ISfil-. .
They charged furion1y'upon the enemy he desire wuy ; at which time the said Henry AND GENTLEMEN'S FIIRNISKOOODS,
by either number of
retaking; WATSON'S; battery and completely Fair Warning* T.LIer at Pensacola, may.'I,.., or I)r. .IdJr/'llnl of, us I, Klrkland will applv for him discharge from tho RJ1111.trton TALLAHA9E, FLA. Emploct n IlUlIJ ,
ct routing McCtEitNAND's entire Flu., I Ilmi. F. Hott 11"lItcelo. of mhf estate. ALWAYS Chi fUIthe purpose cam'ing on the luiJii,.
: furco, keep*on ,Casilmerc, 1..100
A
purguing onl are forbidden te-cut wood or tni I.c I. L VI"Ille. Tul.hn. t'II. M. 11. STRAIN.Angttt HE I.n. ..
General
them for distance: ,of'seveli niileH! .. \. ber. either oak or pine, of hinds! in U. C I'ope ( . n"rnr"Marl! 3 JS91. V..tl'KI. Fancy Coalings., 4 whIch|, | lie I. and Carpenter* I.il In
( ) of Probate.
done
cnnuy my (11) .11.I e work entrusted to me will be -
Hon. /' to order in Any
,
'to their boats when they embarked: in haste I JclTcrsoii county,except the tenants ou the land I they. nlnu. 11" l'hilp, 1,1 Ferimndina, 1". t.Ilke up rklun.lkel1nncr.
i.4' live nnd then for their Individual, J. IA'l'1S ANDEKSON, ,nnd on the 10.1 remauumatit Substantial Neat and with Dispatch
ignomiuiouly flcd.v' Two ol the enemy's) 4I on only own use.If I). LAMAI: Sale of Public Lands. }February)' 2.1th,' 1860.FLLTON ,
guns and largo quantities of arms and I they otherwise trespass they may expect to bit 2.1801. and I will guarantee to give natUfiu-tlon, in every
Xu'cther 38 "t -- -- -
I prosecutedus I will not suffer laud to bo Adjacent the Geo. IJjiindaryLine.. -
ammunition, which they )IHthl'o'n lie my pub- : Instance. I have Ilcllrre.11 heavy expense by the
away property any longer.Nov. 1 I. iierei.ygiven that ', the 4th, rov.\4cv hire of hands and consequently)' am lu hopvs' a liberal '
in their flight, :>vcro, cit red.The road 10, iSfll. SEABORN1 JON.:& riiirjliaiiS Sale. NOTICE nil Frhl:
l. October next, I will sal,Tt TALAHAR'U:.:; KL public "I extend to me a share of|1imtrnmiimgc.'
IL along which they went was Htrowcd with \ ol'lerun.I.I cr"e of the, ) ,public auction, In my nllWal Tallahnwe, all tho I wl..ntrl for work In any portion nf Jefferson
:-, coats, knapsacks, guns etc. (Jen. CHEAT. Special Notice BY 'Irlue.r fur Jeflenon lonornle. vacant snrveved, land in the fractional: Townnhlp JOHN 0.1 R1) 1', Jbprietor counties, and will\ do it on .fall

4 itwr took feral prisoners with his', own I rI"MlE undersigned I li !prepared to draw up lloed.L -"I, lindcrs'lKiKid will Ir"lnto exposu for sale to tho highest. bid: lylnif uloiiillia I boo,,11.111 helw.el Florida and ENIilNK'4frommi 6 to 33 Power, and liberal terms. any on. ran possibly, do.Pirsuus _

r hands.. Gen. BOWLI.V was made prisoner nnd do Any kind (Writing./ Will Klve der, nt the Court HOUHD in M..nteeno. on the Firs! I (JeorjjU. which on I )' January hmst, LcIUIlI",1 STEAM to order ..rlh"I best niati and I workmanship at a distance ,wUhlng houses built repairing -

.> by the Rev Jnines UOOEIW, ot .Tennessee (prompt attention to (the t'ollectlon! of Notes or Ancount I- Monday in December next delrlh.I'r'nl'st"tIA.t I: to the United States of Amerlen. and u* cheap a* ean be purd in New: or .le'rll..n nf work. in lylin.. canaddress

,who aluo took a ttt.mul 1 ot''colol' *, on in fair tenna tin win, lie required.THOMAS No S, of A. run.wlnl U I 1"I1'* Cn.AS..thlnr'e'h.1 Iii paymeot for York or any Northern Ci\'III.llut n In Flori ".. 11111rJo, and tly"'l. receive
Col. hIMMOXS, time InWII of I"teelo. containing one and a hut said land ) and tho bill da. CASTINGS' I for ring. Ac., ,prompt atelltlon.
law
III.
lofGiiEiTV.].Col. BEACI'OUT: : are among Cleric of the Colli I. neres, l. heir of Joseph Hale, lute nfcilventbankv Miiiinium! price ono dollar .and! cnn.nnt.on hand. fron to 18 inch JOlDX Fl'LFORD.P. .
the Liscot.y officers captured by our Xovenil.er 10th;1 Kill. 10-tf of llvrnanilo county decea'ed., twenty-fit>eentl per nere.' .In also on hand ll. t. JIT. S--I have also hired ncelcnt. wyll-dlgger

troops. .The fight was'lIIolit duspt>ratu anctcrino Terms iimdu, kto\1 on the day of 1.10. PettMiu desiring tu purchase arc speebilly notim-c Some beautiful patterns of IRON. |lllXi for sail w..ul'therefore b* happy orders 'to
Deed.s Deec1.s that tht advertisement .1". not Dig or Repair J. F.
: throughout b title which ELIZA hALE, Guardian. ; r.1 tonny land Grave Yards, Ac. Wel.
.4 the whole lasted ALL persons virililni Deed or any other, Legal,l By ISAAC TOWNSEND, Agent. Itraatrd) lu the SLit for the purMist| if Sehools, JtIflhtNiVflItK of all descriptI executed January 5th, 1801. 47-tf :
I nearly day 1m ing begun II0 panen, can get them of tho uiulerdlgned.! November 2. 1801. 88 StIVotice'to Seminaries or Inh'rnI1mlruI'cll II".lor lu S.uiiii with neatness and dcHuiteh.| All ordelnMrcssed!

o'clock in the morning and ending only lilunk beedif always on hand. and Ovcl'IU\ I to John Curdy, Tallahassee, Florida w.iLprompt The Best And Most direct Route

with dark.: Our loss was: less than: two J. JI. COLLINS, I Debtol-. HUGH A, CORLEV, I attended. to tjrTEUMS: CASII.fl ,

T : hundred killed and wounded, and about \.>v. U./ 1S01. [(10 U'] Jud/c, i,>((1'n.l.ftte.v ..1 fpIIE; lubscrllicr r Is I ib'slroii* of- collecting- -enough- : Jcl.ter I the of Public State of Lnnd"Floii.hi.Alllfit Nov. 8, ism [:a-lyj J JOII.\VRDY. -

j!' vii thirty made prisoners. Among l the killed C3-TJJNTS.: X money to pay hi* DKU1Y4.) : He know of no 10, 18G1.' 2 }Un.Oct.4 rXDERSIflNKD: ) HAS PLACED A DAILY'"'

"f I". on our side were several trallant: : officers. : to pnrehme, dvubU-batrt lbliot nuii other method p., ,'Ir'ellllll" t<> let hi* frUnd see bv order ..f the Fresh Lin Un.TIY tint rhissMx horses Couches on the route
: WANTED thi, notice that I. In twBy h. Exccllfiicy Ow.'rl"r. ,
want, amid it ,
Ht t WKICUT'H KUSSELL'H l-'itEUMAX'sllcg- of Iceablu humiliating as thin between QUITMAN (the present "
'W' : eharaeter f.ir {.postponed tho First t"lllnuI..ft
I. "hU"I."lo unty\
my .justice to those ho I U Indebted Monday '
to, require that Made in Jefferson Savannah Mam Trunk Railroad. .
rt' : iluenti'oI-1 unncssoeans, Hutl'ereil! must severely. mounted Kegiment for 'lileh fair irieeS. wilt bepnbL ho it known. In A"rl lextOet.ber FI ) MOKTI-
L Tlio cnem11 luss' in killed and 1 Anna limy be pre""IIIfJ (..rMIe toanv Cuivtiln .1.ul\luke 3th. 18(51.( CELLO t These Coaches run Iii A toconnrtt with.
THOMAS K. :1.1 time, Cars on both the, (Georgia and } Riflroade.It .
I In
tho
i tfl Uegiiuenr. W. U. M. DAVH- LEOY.\t. Time 'I.ri.ln
undersigned Id
wounded H ', Fla. keeps on i large
estimated Oct.
] ,
'
variously from 1801.
at conol"tl'
)1'c"olkl the shortest Must for travel-
No\ember 16, 1861. oIO.3wEJonc1.Qunrters 12 338t Notice to I're-vmption Cluliiiuuttt qimntilie air Fresh ) im*. | 1 nl.1 lll''d lute
five hundred furwarlie sauna
to eight hundred besides.. ers Savannah St. Ae.Persons .
a Near She fr"l Iuk.
Oeofyiti Buu1.iy Lit to nn.aee..ILlo '
: r' great number- ""prisoners! taken.. The : J. B. COI.INSJ V.: |lice Illlrol.l.. .. ]1.llt- uilry I rea lea\lng lonlk'lo.t 7 o'clock in the evening ,
to tho .m.Lo
\? I
;,, ., outhern: steamer II. 2?. Jfill, after transporting A1UCTAM' CE-VKUAFAS; : OFK1CE ) JljW lion I"I.cron to any of the ltith',1 Lands in the rl"ht.f ftaetionalTcwnliiiNtadjoiningtheGmirglu Prd-emp-. ) orderad.lrwwed to meat MontleelHIort.lj .ill reach:vullluh. .'ul."I nut day.:

our troops across the river, was *> 'l'uUIlhullllel'-'IB., Nov. 7th, 1801. f t ALABAMA INSURANCE COMPANY Itoundry Line U required wU receive )prompt attention. I Ortol.tr 87th. 1860.. L. 1. IAT.m.

: badly injured by the fire (from tho enemy's General Order, 3fo. 5. OF MONTGOMERY, r to ."ahl.h,.. sanw before me and make juiy.mcnt JOHN M. U. OR. 1-2.11
.., office in February Otis, 1801. SJ-tf
( *OLINEL.'i (Regiineiitevfllie! :llilitill through..j lt my Tallahassee .nn''leteo'lo
: gum R
; out the Mate will fee that their -1'0 I'rep'e.1 to take Fire Kills ut the ufl1 rate ,after n-\ng\ thi notieo, and before Fair Warning !
. During tho battle the gunboats made a are coinpliitoly orynuized Uecol'Jillg to llejmciit law nnd Cnjltnl..... ... ....30,00 of April next, otters such Valuable Lan 1)En>O\S are hereby, fnrn'nrll..l..lnhntjn
; i4v ; simultaneous attack on our batteries: at will l-wue order* to each eoiupnny to) hold. Itself; In Capital paid, in. ,..,.. .''U.OOO cull1 bo forfeited. I.cool 1 or tr",,'. .' upon tle tld '
Columbus but without II. '. I W. HUGH 'I'N U L LA COlf l' J'- known the 'imi1ker Place." ditrrmiard
;i Ivy., doing them any rvndinciu to move at p monicnU wuruln to : 1"lU.\U'.le" JIII Prc.'U A. CCII1LF.Y. 1 I a* ant
. ,.., damage. "* jmiiit in the State threatened by the enemy, with any lll'eh I. 18.. Register Public. Land fot Flurlo.lg. :Fo to lr-mitesny nnd every person found trcsKiiwiuKupon |
t Another battle in tho sameicini audi arin and ammunition us eaeh liidittdual can ,- 24. 1801. 8w7twIJ.NQ'1ee. Sn1e. mil land. Y.1 inuU nut expert to get wood
: y may provide bbnwlf ,,ith. Tlie State will furnMi all Store fox Snlo. V lIE undersigned offer or .10 Five 1 idred without 1*)'llg f.>r it. ii. K. -LKER
(: BOOn bo expcctdd. ,, and 'I'llK undersigned ofTen for .1 and Land, 1 tl ) 16lh. 1861.
ariu> inunltloiw In iw power to sueh troop a* Ile. on rrasona-/M> acreof lying on W.talJt March l.tf
.. i be called 1 Lie terms, the mUCK STURE M of Wakulfaltiver, and
limy on. 1'rouipt action it of all llOUri Lul.1.1 on t }
(
required
Li Homing of the Railroad Bridges. officers In command. adjoining MUST Martin, and recently occupied by DURING( mv .1"e, Peusacidn mv brother \' said river for three quarter I mil. .. LIVKUY; STAHLK; ACCOU TO."

4 NASHVILLE, No\'eml11'r'Uth.-Fiyo 1 railroad Uv order ot the Governor and CumnmndcrlnCldcf lien'lug. r'eun'ell A SI1ho. It I I. situated in an excellent tiALK ER. U.nv authored agent t well timbered with Oak, Hickory)' ana I other- HAVE all accounts 1 lathe
: 44-w ,, ] burned iiiI'at : F. I.. DAKCy. bitsimmesupurtiomi of towl, :and i I. really dosirable transact any and all business In mv behalf. kind of wood. Two ."of thi .Tet Is I placed mv'COLLINS LIvery Stn"
bridges werp Teniics hand of J. K. Ea-q.. for toller
, 31. W. I Hammock and
piece oll.roperll. For WALTER i4wauiiip,aisi U to n.lln
'I equal '
Adjutant and lurth.r pmmrtheimlimrei.lii3' an'
see on Friday night,,Iasit by the Union Novembers. 1801. Inspector Iw' Generl to, 0. W, HERRING. April fith, 1S81. 8tf t'l..rlJ. for time raUag of Sugar Cune,.' > thin ; and all persons ""I..led are urgently solicited .

,. men, two on Vie Georgia 1ltp.ltoal, over Iulltlcelo.ngu L :31. 181H. '2'J-tf a,1 Coi- .r the Chickamanga Creek in Hamilton A GREAT from the sale of wood ntle. 11m absent with the oluI".re..nd."
SOL'TUEIIXONorabout now "I 1
;' ... ; coun Change oi' Sehe.lulc..D.f 4i- al sending to
; desirous that this business should be clos

I. the St: Ih.n.fur
:Nct1oe. shipping at M. for i diii-
East
ty ; one on tho Tennessee and Georgia i rk. get H. K. WALKER,'
lars
; Railroad, over the Uia'a in |)ERSONS Wool the r ; per cord. I <.! LandImitihe lP 8th 1861.
f' >seo rivers LrinJlll1 to Factary for the a Landinga .'h"Yr.l, where, fair 17-tf
day A of
i every
: Bradley county. (Five niinutos after the I. purpose having it lIIonufd.I.t must let June next the Georgia Weekly every kind be caught; and in the rum-, >'
eason. -
-, guard passed through the whole bridge \ their na'iie brumiud I>!;" I wi sill be enlarged to Ki({bt"pajes Mullet"a tl great I C. U. rife, DJ.COMMISSIONER .
i' in flames : be respunsilile! for any bmuxht not thus and 56 column, in the ; It tame The Pino .buole. / for North Carolina to take Ai.
t T was bhowiiig that combustiblemateriula ) .1'Nob1ng un \her one huudrwl pound will be re of the hvrgeii paper l In .IN"llti 01'1. .Iaklll aperfect and may be Lu.14 bn a a turpentine healthy growth farm.< "Ine. \J know Icdgments and [proofs of Deeds and Mortgages
used bv f[ being
were the incendinnex. .
) TALLAASSEE into cloth of News, and At,adinlnUtcroath affirmation
U"uufoe"rlna snmnuiry foreign domestle oly two miles and a half from f"lJndl. or ,
11. 1I.Wahht
i Turened.
L.
Two bridges were 'also burned'on) the .1LLUAIiIEt Nov. 2, 1SU1, J :ulerllltenJent| well a*a large fund uiineelliineoii matter. Tlibmagiiifiuent pontiac Distillery. and I.k. / .."de.Jt..ldenee.Multlc.

Tennessee and Virginia) I tail road-ono OX .n.l.fer Monday Nov. 11 tli, 1861 PatM-n- August 31st. 138:. S9 .he t wi b publ.ht! for Two Put There is also a source of profit just -lo. Fla 47.1,
'
r Lick Creek in fcr TIln.oil tlicM will run a.folloi ta'llr annum, In and I"
over reeiz county, and one 1.tdl. : valee .Iw.y. which will make this the most valuable ee In
. over the Holstan River; in Sullivan! LeayeTalluliaccee. .,... .. ..... 'JO A M I Notice to Debtors and Creditors. For the latest flaw.:pros-ore the MACON DAILY WakulU. I refer to the Haiaua b,. I MILLERS".'ARRAlORE.SUCCSORS :
county. tel
I The'latter; has been ri-frrrcd Arrive at MOllteelu.... .. ....10.0 A LL the TELERA1'U.. which 11.1.be enlarged.: Price bouts twice a mouth. A man tr. .( force TO
to in e.tute of Paul 'I
a 1'tSUX IIJ.I.t.d H.
pre at .... 1..0. 01'01..1. .lng to'the '
..
AI'rl. Lke City .. 3,00 I'M .tI of money liundrcds of dollars on Water- lion,,
I 'ionsdispatch.- 10"e.llt. J.lerol. County, d.cu..I. ; Office, Macou. 'J nlghvk PATTEN MILLERS,
Lav.LkeClty. ... .. ..... 4.O0.tL are Georgia Telegraph There I 14 no better land tht world I
t, TheLynchturgguarTat the Lick Creek .... .101' .Igne l ; and. .thoM hating to elaini-Taguiust l luymeut to the undur- Macon,April Will, 1800. dr the of these fruits. 1 I Cotton Factors, Commission Merchant and

_; bridge b jug unarmed, were o\'cfwlwhnltl], ArrlvutTcthihimccee, .......U,3l\ Celmacu will ,r''nI them .ithin the time 11.1 To tlio I'luiilvra The pudlon for hogs and tie.- DM ,
: tied and carried and ST. MARKS law, pr..iL. of Jefferitoii COUI. IVr U a rough on the ellen Of UJMO
QU1NCV
the
by notict ,
away, kept until the T <>r will Iw pleail In IV, Florida. flrm.h.m. place ASDBEWJ.MIU.EK,
I next day During tho day on Saturday Li-areBt Marl., ,...,... ....... 5.45 AM recovery. FRANCIS 1lILE\ 'tber. 'I WE subscriber ho oiry., < corn bo..ud one negro cabin WALTER J. }V S A/ V A.H HAH, BED. .
Sepleuibvr ISO *lug been appointed by Mr 'her. I* also ou tlii. place. a "" V yard )ILL'
21. 1.
.
two men wOre arrested the Arrtve.t'l..luhulee. '.10 .L 11 :
identified. by guard, and .Jve T.llba .. ... ..........11,40 o .-- emlllg"l'. Secretary of the .Conf..rale for wbl h bore abundantly abe seeonJ .)' >cliet e; UENBY J. ) .
\ Treasury, an agont Confederate te culture of and wine rARUOBE0
Midway,. ,... ... 8t. grape making
( s Tbe Ilolston river bridgewM not guarded Leave Midway. .............. ..18,15PM 8.45 SAVANNAH. MORNING; NEWS eel the re subscriptions of Cotton and other produce, fu can surpass it. eoul'trv S UEFEBKNCES S '-

ti- Sullivan connty. being strongly south Arrv..tT"ILhll_. 4,30, I PfBLISliCD ItTTIIEODOREBLOH.W eunlr. I may say ajready a This valuable tract of land is now under econ* lion M Lake City.
number of irol ot Judge I). T. Walker "me Dktl. it
and rut
goodly have sub Maj'itJobs .
lean
ern. L.e1..llh..e..4.43 T. TlIOMPtJON Editor of eltl"llf Forl. who John HaulltuM. \ .
liberally will I
in-- Thobndcro: the Ilolsten Arlv.tS.Mark ....,... 8.1S ... as well perfoota title should a purchaser resent I lion ItTooke.'llacnu.stitLs5tieurgla -
over
river at and it I* believed that the hlmsvll roasouable
.-ti' ,} .Strawbery Plains, in Jefferson county was Line TbeM to aud Trutui from connect at Moutleello with )$ "" Lffyett Dauly Circulation in Ikt Stall of Gtorgia "ruee.. county will not be found behind planters those of of &l terms.'N "'. b lion JL Sew ard. u H ... .
1 also fired but the Gr..vUe. oil the &'anl.b, any other mctlou.lo P. S.-I will with' W.ER H Alex Smith, Esq.
fire was exhausted promptly t any one
_....." :., the- people. The guard at this bridge had by AIny.o Gulf from : ; .101 a Midway with Daily .uraiA V"M, |6 per annum la..dvaee.1fl of our country. It i rHpn.inl| t11 nu disturbance eCU chaduE.4tamy ,0 teulln. the,place. pur. J 5t E.. 1.roaO.KM, Qultaian; _
ttge Quiaey A'tm shall be the usual Sn.hl.
published Mon md..ol arrangement of each FurJ.Fla. ov. 84, tl' nti.n. FurIJ .
Ju.lNY Sandy .
t i ; one hand cut off and his skull fractured. .: train will be run oil Sunday. every leachIng his but 160. 41 A M Caemi. _
ft planter that he Fo.
, There C. 'r. W' c" 'Wednesday aJ lI.la..t per &IlUW crop .lll simply k. J Vamum..K f ; .
SYFAN ,
indications indicate '
were .that ooo'ohhe. incendiaries : Sup't. ll, kI1.ul.h.he every ut'fj the portion bei I. willing the FISKSMETAUC BURIAL CAS *v
Nov,26th.3861. buturday t..rbe.
t : I was killed.. 40-tl per .) II IJv.nee I time amid pl.eeof delivery, and the Kiiueon Smith. Esq. Valdosta. Georgia. -. M. ;
Inllulu fco. sizes, hand, -.
cotuUutly on and
for im Major )ii{ U Young Georgia .
:rq; Ageuuemanjust from j ast Tennessee' 10 ADVERTISERS. hud. i U ple for sale; and the !ao 1\i I, Tor"lunty. ,
Dickinson Jt .
MitiEIcrLiO. The Large Circulation of the t tb."eed., of of the eubiertb.Cl TlOY.\ l''IIIQe,).dIP. Ha.
el.
1Iii reports that great excitement exists "Morning New'ln Fl., March o .
there lyitOBWOIU August 81th. 1861.
MOXT1CKUX) ,fur 131.
in Oct. 26th. 188U both city and country an 1pri' -' ,' consequence of these incendiary fires. rMIEMeuib..ri.f. Illraiu Lodge So. fi, lU l uily circulation btilng eepecUlly that of cent.Internl g. laHtleot. IJ think, a. -S .
>
.
'p wUicli were evidently the result .ofV; pre. J. A. )L. 8 requeued-one and all, pupvf tu the the best poc.itle any can now be l.do. :3STOaXOJ3.

.J. concerted )plan. Tho loss to the railroad appear at the Ledge JWw. uu the .'ort for all StorunaU"Ib t make their. buUaeuuit niUiuia A ("riO for the aWrpt.n. B prepared at- the ( (iliniige of Schedule0W150 !
baturdav
In .at it o'clock ., to attend want known to tba Treasury at the OnVe _
-
_. companies is 'heavy and tho which will rlont. of
destruction
pobl.la.way
very tu Llne iir&it to tli. emit_ tllour.tha lutiet prompt the FAMILY FKI END. wheresU who are desirous t thallgh price of provlon.do., the
t ot the bridges will cause much iucou.ventence Fail, not u Impr"ll J'rltLI. returns. ur NLtT > lthn.elf prick.t
By September 8th, I860. can have a chance of luUuriUn/: /*, and the Editorat 't Jrt4JiJLJ as, AD. DILI. t
r and I delay. or"r JYL3.W. l the same th.. will in giving infoiuintUiH UIII Heads, lllauk Moles] the prito be b sold at, hereafter,,
c tk
! Matters ia East Tennessee are regarded l. Jl D :RR\'s'1 .:: 1 A LL thoM to the Kixabeth that may old.pJ", any X.1L,13O1B 1nxi. until further |fur all Brick cMIHu.d U may
, ia .umbr StF3JT ftMildlcM luJ.bte AuxiUry There will also be f inese fi'mns of j V yard tU. price will b NINE pOtLA&S, C.t1I, and
cs being a critical
t": aniiety is lelt fc: tie safety ol Gen. Zol. Maids want nothing bat husbands, I, over seeded ta l by fie.subscriber uiaiS Society ImuieJi'itcljasfuudi'sre I Lave to 'j scriptlon, who. I have)T. C.UtPETEl'grist o Waukvinah t> uri.- .Exscutnl with neatness and, dispatch at, t 1 :Of eoars* tha>Ceit will see the neeruty for.

J o vr and then want nest report on [ In receIving subscriptions uaol ifivin i & additional charge without further explanationJAMES
J t
" they everything, Niturdjy. I U MIACKKUVBU.. : 4 1 I lion retjuiwJ.' J01LV L'?"any". iuf, elf the "Family Friend." \ ELLtSWOUU-

Pftaunt rtfulrtj neon dtlietry oft/e J& October l 9th. 1861.

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