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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 30, 1861
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
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}? VOL. m. : ''r ... "t.MONTICELLO, FLORIDA; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 861 : ,. :; N9::::42;:: ,,


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The War in Kentucky-Pen and"Ink SketAei'ot ll' almost annihilated. Tho ,wounded men CST'The ConT demto Marshal brought daysj Col.. D., wo understand, was to makea opinion dlreotlybeal'l{ upon it,* In i ,. ,.v pf:"I
, nnd shrieked lx nuxiX : tit.u1. ; of the Caroline (English, Admiralily -', t: '
our Generals at Columbus, Ky.A groaned and moaned yelled to our town Oil Monday, seven of the. sixteight speech on the subject, at Tallahassc, case rat;
t.hlf :
Sir,William Scott ,
and Report ) ,defining t ,
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. correspondent of the: Newyork with pain. I had opium, brandy, water We tho Governor ff ''";
'' with which I alleviated their pain, and prisoners, who were recently captur Wednesday' }last expect rights of the belligerent in respect to neutral'vessels i\
,t' JTerald,who accompanied:{ flag ot truce pour creatures, they' wcro 'exceeding! :F .Rat ymtilia, ruat CO III"." od in South Florida, ana"taken to Tallahas received ;* severe rasping, and was ,madeto say! with singular terseness, "lYoa 1i-f:. ,'t '

from Carlo down to Columbus* paints the grateful. I was out till 2 o'clock that night see. Tho remainder were Floridians and sqtu'rmjconsiderable, on account'( may stop the Embassador of your, enemy "' ron ,

'following pen portraits of our General with. Col. Neely and a battalion of tho 4tb F. K. TILDES, (Editor.Monticello : Spaniards, and.were turned over, to. the certain things, being made. ,public. his passage;* Certainly, nothing'could *h"f" t :,..,:<,1"

f there, whoso... calibre the ,North )Las just, regiment, picking up the wounded. In the State authorities to ho dealt with as Gov. .. ... be moro distinctly applicable to the' '" ,
Messrs. Mason and Slideli. I ? .
of
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woods and in this field the dead were ,so case 'Cf..
,learned : Jjf :. Milton\ Tile Assamptlonlot: tho War Tax: by r ,
thick that it required cal'efull'ic.1int[ to keep deemed best. Those brought to Disagreeable, as it is! we cannot resistthe .::
.. ,. tho State. "; '
GENS1UL POLK. from trampling their bodies. Tho' only our town, wore sent on to Richmond, under inference, that tho English govern {,.

General Lconid'as{ Polk, the Major General means I had ot knowing the road that night SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. SO. 1861 guard. Six ot them were full blooded We perceive among the proceedings of ment will decline any interference in behalf ., '

of the Western Division, I should was by the corpses I had noticed in the Yankees, i and ono a Yankee half-breed In.: tho "combined ,wisdom of Floiida" that of our captured commissioners. If so, it w r9\ i

judge to be t mAn of fitly winters, tall and afternoon. In one place there were eleven To 'Vor1i1.sors. Mr.\ Russell, of Jefferson, introduced a better that our people should know the 11,. j'1'
Btralght! beano'g'{ every ,word and look bodies side by side father on were dian.Sinco : sober truth, at once, than. that impressed_ r ;'!t -r ,/'
the impress pf the general rather than the five, in lying another place were, fifleeiunear tof 2n future, ,we shall require''prepayment writing the foregoing,' wo learnthat bill providing _for the. assumption by tho with n vague belief in, tho' protection afforded >. '.' i'

'divine, gray eyes, deep set, keen and pene!. other;: ,These were tho only groups thatnoticed for att trancient advertisements tho State anthomitiesbavo turned loose I State of the Confederate War Tax; We by a foreign flag,'they should cling ,,(l


tratingj nose rather of Roman order,of but I sometimes found six or other titan advertisers. tho Floridians and Spaniards. This is flue' know not what aro tho provisions of said week after week, to expectations, 'which'' ,,
from contract
architecture} ,' mouth sunken, lips tightly; eight: within a spare oft.wcuty yards.! Someof business. Tho proceedings only cost the bill; but wo are confident thai .such aHhing must end in disappointment and ,bitter .i\t.t.r:1\t. :\
: *,,,compressed, hair and side whiskers (a la 2Jii-s regulation will be chagrin. 1.\t1
the creatures had crawled tho
to is
In the first
poor altogether Impracticable.
i' State something like 1500. Hut the ,
ifiilitaire) precociously frosted, quick people ... .. .
spo foot of trees. and laid their heads .ni '
adherred n
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upon strictly to. the State has dollar h "
ken and ? place, not got ono ;
and don't mind taxation:
withal, affab'e in '
,
ready con the roots and crossed! "their'arms! ; others '
, versation. To give New Yorkers a better backs with al'ms'mid legs ...... -- current money, in her.Treasury,that would ,,
lay iiponHthe'ir: I despatch appeared in the Charles :
idea of the looks and bearings of the rebel : The at Pcmacoln. bo received the Confederate Govern :
outstretched ; some were doubled up, and!, I"FSeo: card of Capt. Wm. Bailey in Fight by
of tho 21st
leader at the,Astor I would House say take the elder Stetson, in fact, they were in every imaginable po to,days: paper. Ho is''' desirous of proc r. We deem it unnecessary to give all tile ment, and she cannot manufacture shin. ton N Mercury, : tA.t.
add two inches\ to his sition. As to the variety of expression do 1 find in that will ORLEANS, November 20th. TJie; fj;
stature ing a felmo're !recruits for his company telegraphic: dispatches we our exchanges plasters even pass current fifty
few
sprinkling a hairs with
more here
gray most intense regard ;
anxiety prevails "
tie faces of tho 01'
OAer his head and face, dress him in n pitted which I upon heard much I nothing corpses of it/ stationed at St. Maiks.\ I in reference to the. fight at Pensa, miles from home; to the situation ot affairs on the Mississippi '{j;, "

. Major General's suit, and they. will have I They all looked ,, saw, much alike-asmnch ....... cola.It- commenced at. 0 o'clock"on Fr! In tho second place, if the State issued near Columbus, Ky. A grand I

Leonidas Polk in perfection. Ho,. is by alike ns men dean from any other Capt. tailey'sVolnntocrs Csa.' day morning, tho 22ud inst, by' Fort i bonds, and could raise the money upon combined attack by all the enemy's force, .. : i

no means nn aunlerc man, if we aro, to: cause. Somo had their eyes open, some who have enlisted\ under Pickens firing into tho Confederate Steam them, it would bo at a sacrifice of at ]least land and river, is anticipated at nny mo ...
. judge" by !his address during the three or cloned had their month and Capt. Bailey, ha\'o boon notified to reudcz ment. Commodore Hcllins there in com ,r
four hours he remained in ; some open, cr Time, employed as a guard,boat. Gen twenty per cent. So that instead of the .. ,
our company ;;i others had them closed.' There is a terrible vons at Monticello, on tho 10th of December mand of our river flotilla. He today ont :
returned the fire and delib Slate .
yet determination sits upon every lineament Bragg slowly saving ten per cent by assuming the orders telegraph for all the available .
by
in the of all dead for tho
sameness
of his appearance purpose of organization, as well The fight continued until o'clockat ; she would increase tho .
countenance and firmness men I have ever seen. The only faces that : erately. 7 war tax amount boats ana tho steam ram JUanatsat, to go :

creeps out in cjery look and gesture were disfigured were those that were as being mustered' into tho, Confederate night, at which time, owing to the darkness ten per cent. It would also bo a Stato up immediately A ifloating?battery of t

GENERAL PILLOW. burned or shot, or blackened with pow .service. and rain, both parties ceased. The, debt upon} which interest would: accrue, twenty guns goes up at nine .o'clocto\ :

General Gildeon J. Pillow stands about der. 1'hel'eel'e not. many wounds from i.fembers of tho; .Company .are requested casualitics of the first day are reported a t and the. people bo compelled in the end to night. It will bo towed by four boat*,'and "

,> five feet nine nnd a half inches in his shoes cannon balls or shell*, but I saw almost every to be prompt in attendance: on tho 10th, so four killed'and ten wounded. The figh, at least double the original amount.It .- it is expected that th(1.voyago will occupy
,, ;,.. a finely formed man,' and looks much variety of wounds f from musket and. rifle that no delay be halln time pay eight days. All time river pilot here havo
younger than his superior! though I am toldif balls. I saw almost nil the battlo from. Recruits may organizaion. was renewed early on Saturday morning, ., ought to be tho policy of the "combined been impressed into time 'Confederate' ser.'
are also needed ; and it is and the is the official wisdom of Florida" strive reduce instead vice. Seventeen thousand and seventy '
rank following to to troops
in the army were based npon ago our camp, which is on tho top of a high ,report,, oQcn. -
lip would rank as the higher officer. A bluff. The Missouri\ side is low and flat, t.o. be hoped that all able-bodied men, who Bragg, received at Richmond : : of increase tho weight of taxation 1 1- pieces of ordnance are Columbus.. 4 .,

high and broad forehead sets off a please- and much of tho battle ground is open.- can possibly leave home, will immediately O'BRANNONVILLE Pcnsaooln Sat Of loil' years; however, this important mat. .. ..

", !a ing face to very fine advantage ; small, The battle swayed back and forth many enroll themselves in this! company. Extraordinary urdny night, Nov. .23, 0 p. m.-Tho, bora ter. is entirely overlooked. BLACK REPUBLICAN DKCKNCT.-We' clip ,

keen, black or rather hazel eye, full beard, times. Once oar men were driven clear inducements aro offered by Capt. bardment has just ceased. It was contin We are in hopes that Mr. Russell's bill tho following from tho Evansville (la.l) ,

his classical: whole! nose, teeth white nnd regular, and under the river_ bank, having got General out of Bailey, to. volunteers ; lull particulars of tied throughout time. day on both. sides. Wo will_ meet with defeat. Tho Confederate, Journal, of the Oth, and give it as a specimen .
For several hours ,
personal betokening carol-es.! !
appearance which. bo kept time ships at a respectful distance, and i
him rather the gentleman thnn the soldier I''illow1a1d the enemy in check with two can ascertained application\ to Fort. McRac\ has not suffered., Yesterday's Government has already. instituted measures ;

General Pillow is strictly temperate in his thousand men, the enemy having: seven him .,.,.. damages have boert mostly repaired. for tho collection of tho war tax, and I. A Rich Toast.: Low. Wallace, after -i'

.,... habits!, drinks nothing but water, uses no thousand infantry four hmidicd and fifty Tim General Ai..uuil>ljr.Wo Col. Villepiguo is wounded in tho army the Assessors are now busy making their the reception of comiimion;, as Brigadier is Jt..Ji
narcotics, employs: no physician and bids cavalry, and I don't recollect their artille columns > a ngment of shell, but maintains his General, gave n jollification to, the U.V:
f.iir to live several Pillow noted with So might fill our with tho pro assessments. Present and future injury 11th tho-stan ::
to \
:
..i, : !see more campaigns rv. great bravery. in command of McRac. gallant regiment. Among \
unless, at an unlucky moment, he should did, Polk and Chcathani, but they were not codings of this body-(" tho combined post Tho manfully town. of Warrenton is now on firo would bo sustained by the commonwealth, ding loans drank on that occasion was tho /'"

fall into the hands of the United States in the fight for several hours after Pillow. wisdom of tho State," as modestly desig from hot shot. if f the bill should be adopted. following! toast in honor to Jeff.: Davis : ;j..

Government, when, in all probability,. his Pillow's\ escape is miiaculons. Every one Hated by its members,)-but our mulcts The Navy Yard is not much damaged. --_-. .-- May\ hu bo set afloat.: on'open, boat

suavity ns a gentleman, his good looks of his staff offices had his horse t-hot un. would bo put to tho of Not n. casuality for today Deserted. without rudder or : may that boat : 'tfa
mid temperate habits combined, would be der him. Ono of them had two. shot under trouble reading amass Our in tho and 1 contents bo swallowed by a shark,
,," inadequate to prolong his existence him. One of his aids was shot through time of unintelligible, nonsensical and ridiculous Our troops nio is to restrain highest them.spitits. Wo learn that two men belonging! to and the shark swallowed by a whale, that '

GENERAL Sl'COWN. hip, and his horse was riddled with balls. jargon. Suffice it, both branchesof difficulty Capt... BIRD'S company, stationed at St. Augustine whalo in the dc\'il's belly, nnd the devil in "Y'rrt

General McCown\ has the exterior look Pillow wore ft aptendid uniform, very conspicuous tho Assembly managed to get together Tho dispatches are rather confused alto deserted and went to Key' West, hell, tho door looked and! the key lost==and .

of being the fighting man of the staff a and rode Iho handsomest grey 0'1 quorum of tho "combined wisdom" on what lime tho fight was renewed on Sunday on the 11th inst. Ono of them was a youngman further-may ho bo chained in the southwest Ik

tall, ,well made, muscular roan, a face: marc in the army. As wo watched the the 10th, and selected T. J. Eppes, President but it appears by a telegram to the by the name of MERRILL\ : who resided corner of hell, a northeast wind blow ,
fighting from thellnf1'\I and saw our men ashes in hid to all eternity G-d d-u, ,
eyes .
xnnbiinit and,hard from bluffnnd Mobile that the filing was continued in this town for few months
.
'- exposure ; advance and retreat waver and fall back of tho Senate: and S. B. Love, Speak papers a previousto him.
,
. abrupt in hia manners,.yct, withal, and then saw the Arkansas troops,tents on, er of the House. Then commenced tho at 0 o'clock at night-at which time it enlisting, but was a native of ono of tho 4 ..... ... 4

,not would unpleasant
my. Thirty five years of vigorous man the river, and some of our men notice of introduction of bills, resolves, spectacle. relatives now reside The ,other was ON TYIIEK ISLAND.:"" Wo learn from persons..., 4

hood, wraiijieil in leather,nerved with iron, crowded down to iho waters edge I tell motions, (such as "I move that Sir. So. 'rho Navy Yard was set on fire several ono of the prisoners, captured by tho priatccr who arrived, in tho city from below yesterday .
indescribable. vessels of the ss"t
\
f propelled and by lightning, and robed iu thePlainest scene you my was felling grand! ,weN but it was! terrible, The and and So bo excused from f further( attendance<: times by hot shot, but very little loss sustained. Jeff Davit-ho voluntarily became. Yankee afternoon fleet came, that in three over tho bar yester. v ': ?! ?

form the tout roughest.ensemble. When common"ho cloth, when I closed my eyes about 4 o'eloek upon this honorable body until such timeas Two of tho' enem8 vessels are a private in Capt.Bird's company} day morning. About ten o'clock two'them of' ,

one can almost imagine! ,he }hears the speaks next morning I could sea regiments thaig-[ ho gets ready: ,) log rolling, electioneer.! reported very much damaged. Our loss up .,.... commenced throwing shells upon %y '

and Miarls of a bull terrier ; yet his snap men ing and I'etreating-men falling and yelling ing-, bun comb5poechessecretsesaione.Ce! to Sunday night is reported at sixteen killed Important legislation. near' Island wInch tbey continued till x? } t

love him, and he is a. man toward whom -horses and men torn and mangled, It makes Limo blood boil in an honest free.man's and wounded. The following official!:. "Mr.\ Bloxham moved that tho proprietor 12 o'c10ck'dul'ilig which -time t.huy'v

one feel! drawn the more ho sees and and myraids of horrid vpcctaclcft. It wasa veins witness dispatch dated: Monday, 1 1 o'clock, p. m., of the Semi-Weekly News bo requested threw some fun'ly Hhclls. About 4 o'clockono ,
tho proceedings of of tho vessels/ to anchor not far
knows him.A bloody enjoyment, but we do not know to furnish fifty copies of his paper for time came
'
tho loss on either.side! yet. It is roughly ho "combined wisdom" of tho State ofFlorida w as received at Richmond : use of tho Houso during its Session ; from Tybeo lighthouse, and the other two,

aE Enll'L VIEW OF THE CAMP estimated that we lost 220 in killed, wound- -dilly-dallying from day to day, The enemy seems to bo satisfied, and Which was adopted."-Extract from returned over the bar. Shortly after three '

Of(the inferior officers, I must be allowedto cd and missing:! and the'tuicmj COO in kill pending the people's without tho does not e-opon lire today:'. They havo proceedings of Mouse of Representative largo vessels supposed 10 bo transports,'' ;
say that n more gentlemanly, and kind. cd and wounded. An immense number money fired into our hospital, but my sick had all on 21se November.Wo came in and anchored in Tybeo roads,
I ly disposed set of men I have not seen of horses were killed. I rodo ocr tIme battle least benefit in retain to the State. been removed. Many\ hot shot and innu but. out of the reach of the guns of Fort!
But of the I The only bills that have been introduced never knew before that the General '
anywhere. troops ( ought field yesterday. For several miles tho merablo shells were thrown into the Navy Pulaskl. '

hardly to call them such, so rought,ill-clad trees. wero torn and barked by balls: and worthy of notice, arc tho following : Yard with comparatively littlo damage. Assembly authority to vote. itself news Tybeo having been abandoned sometime 1 '" Y

aud iinnniformcd did they appear), I may many horses lie upon the ground, sumo A bill to. be entitled'an act to change the UBAXTON BRAGG" apers, at the expense of the. Stato. '',,Tho since by our forces, there was only, a'
". say there seems to. be a vast field for im shells and oil.em! riddled by small on the Island.!, we understood, r'
torn by picket
and tho
open lodo of assessing taxes on slaves, and to .A second dispatch from Gen. Bragg: at State is rtc/i, however, people don'tmind .
I noticed however that tho ..
.
provement. b lIs. You can see innumerable) stains of retirto. the Fort. ,
horses of the camp were much superior blood upon the ground. AVhoi poor, gallant imposo additional taxes on lands and shaves Overtook, Monday\ evening, says : "All taxation I Oh I no, not at all I Wo Tho shelling was probably to ascertain "

to those. ot our own army, and could not Armstrong was killed; there were eleven in this Slate, owned by persons ho do coidj Hltquiut, tho enemy's ships keeping, don't object to our friend Barefoot being whether there was any "masked batteries"on

help indulging tho most invidious comparison *dcad bodies. At the lime of his death not reside thei ein. at a"WnmfiBtaiicc.. well patronized, but wo hope he made tho the Island that might render a landingof

between them and the poor old broken ho had a cap upon his sword waving it, rallying A bill to authorize the County Commissioners ....... State l pay in advance. Should not bo sur their forces hazardous..! If they have

down spavined, heavy, rough'coated, knock his men. of tho several counties of this State The Governor's Message. iriac-J if "tho combined wisdom of the satisfied themselves that there are no forces I
broken
kneed, purblind wind condemned on the Island to them, they will ,
oppose
The \ of Gov. Milton is }
to levy a specific tax for the relief of sol Message: altogether State" before its adjournment voted itself .
things that the War. Department is furnishing A Case-Dixie andDixie. -tho Patience of in cot land a force and fortify themselves, with
our cavalry icro' families. too lengthy for publication our hampalgn or luat-lieadi a view to command the main entrance to ,

Of the forces at Columbus can say Dixie and Sam lived in the one house, i A bill to provide for the slay of execu.I umns. Although a tolerable well written .. .. oar harbor; '

nothing, for our mission there was not to and eat at the same table. Sam being the I document., it.-would be found uninterestingto arTbe Quincy Commonwealth ,has ,It is with our military autiroritiestodeter. ,

pry into the. secrets of their camp; but I uncle of the family, monopolized tho edit tions.A bill: providing for the assumption of the general leader. It is not such a been suspended, until more prosperous mine whether: they shall take peaceable
Discovered that there was no lack of forts bles Dixie's clothes ordered Dixie's his Excellent possession Tybeo and establish s ren.
wore as we expected from times,:and the editors announce their incntion
War message
ho Tax tho State.
and cannon, of tents and stables, and I and boss by dezvous in the immediate vicinity of Fort
that if tho is taken it doings, was generally. Last the for cy, and really docs not sound as though it of J becoming volunteers, to aid infighting t.
judge plan: ever Dixie's patience wore out, ho split the Thursday was day set apart Pnlaski.Wo alt
will be at the expense of more lives than household and set up an establishment:! of the election of.two Confederate Senalors.Vo eminated mom his !ICIl. The "earmarks"are the battles of the Confederacy.should .- understand that. Gen. Lawton went .,

the public present imngino.t his own. understand that by actual count, there not light. not bo surprised if a few more were down to tho Fort! yesterday: afternoon.We I ', .;;
.,. ,._...
.r ..:.. have from below since
This caused a ruction. candidates the -- soon compelled to "follow suit" no intelligence
forty-two
The Belmont Buttle -luteicitlnglccriptloii Sam said : "Dixie, if you have a house of are ; among num. Rumors. .. .. the arrival of the Ida yesterday evening. ,
her are several broken down hacks. "
-Horrid Scenes, Ac. your own I'll\ keep you from going out of .. party It is reported that when the present Executive The Arrest of Slideli and Mason. -&'av. Nttell
The Columbus (Ky.) correspondent of it and wallop you periodically-that's,what N Nobody Responds.r'A Florida into office there .. ... .. .
of went
? wide difference of
There 5aa
the Avalawne written under opinion
Memphis ;
I'll do. ,
week or too ago wo published a pro VILLAINY. man named :Morton, ot ,
in the
date of Nov. 10th; communicates to that were; but two or three companies the doctors the '
"Come and it, said Dixie."I among as to precise legal been
try position from "A Planter," in which ho the War Department. Richmond, has .
paper a most interesting description of the will," said Sam. Sam did aud docs. pay of the State-Gov. Perry having bad character the act of arrest of Messrs.; I detected in swindling the soldiers and dismissed -

late battle near Columbus, from which' we Dixie stays at home; and Sam sends his oluriteered to bo ono of five to raise the the troops mustered into the Confederate Mason and Slideli. The President, it will by the Secretary of War. Is that
make the. following extract : and brothers in there. Sometimes urn of twenty-five hundred dollars!, for the
boys There are His has
service as rapidly as possible. have been considers it all was done to him ? practice
evidently
Our brigade was ordered under arms in the door and of the families of those who volun- seen, a
they go at get whipped, support now between twelve and fifteen hundred been to make a pretence of no funds on
about noon--or rather, it was kept nnder in the windows trespass upon the rights ot neutrals and
and sometimes they go at teered in Capt. Bailey's Company Weare hand to the troops, and to. refer applicants
arms all the morning, }but I was ordered and get whipped. Of late they've takento sorrt.o that there has not been a troops in the service of and receiving the) the British flag. The Charleston Mercury to a pay confederate, who would accommodate .

across the river about noon. Our men were sitting on the sills, and pitch things into say said par of the State, and as is asserted, no effort bas thin upon the subject : them with the cash by shaving w
Among
'I. previously anxious to be led over soon in the house, making it mighty uncomfortable solitary response to proposition. is being made to transfer them to the their bills an enormous discount. The a
the but Gen. Polk would allow all the mee of immense wealth lathe The highest legal authorities unite in a\
morning; not to be in there. Confederate Government.. It Florida wasa little job has been in operation for months,
it he attack from this of Jefferson we aro forced to ad- irouounceing despatches "the worst kind i
as expected an "Dixie "Sam shall never get county in necesaity'tbr
soldier
says possession and State like Georgia aud a urgent -
poor?
wealthy populous of contraband.They consider the transmission many
side of the. river-which was certainly the of my house." nit, with sorrow and regr h there is but his has been fleeced one half
plan of the but it was not carriedout. ;" know I but this would be a small matter, but as of a despatch abroad, as capableof :infamous
enemy Sam says won't you'll om, who is willing to contribute the pol- of it by the system of discounta.tbrough .
',; have a nice time of it here. I'll set fire to her population are limited i it partakes of conferring greater advantages'Upon a in the fraud of tha .
r sum of five hundred dollars to aid in accomplices
than
introduction
try
'" belligerent, the ot
_We did not get on the ground till the it in half a dozen places at once." He docs. impoi'tance. any Government officer
the families of those who volunteer forbidden by the laws .of'war A
,
supporting .
enemy were in full retreat and we never "I'll riddle every timber of it. Come when It is also said that the Staff officers of cargo The Examiner learns also that the soldiers -
got near them ; i in fact, only one regimentof I will; go when I'm tired ; and come back to peril everything, lite itself, for the. have been in command distinction, however ia drawn between have been cheated out of thousands s
the Governor placed
our brigade pursued them. at all, and they when ready. It's fun for OIP,anyhow; and efcnce of our cause We have no commentto enpatches coming to, and those going by scoundrels from Richmond who visited
only for a mile or two. I went with Col. your coffee and linen is giving out. I can advance The case is too plain. Jefferson of posts, and are receiving the pay from the belligerent. The former are where soldiers were paid ,off and :
onel Scott's regiment, belonging to Col. when I want to ana. can't. That's ot Colonels-about two hundred and fifty deemed to partake of the peaceful charao- camps worthless shin Confederate .
,
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stop still has scores of noble spirits, who aro ter of the neutral nation from which they changed .plaatorsfor. e,
Neely's brigade. When about two miles dollars month. Certainly. this is contrary notes
Treasury
willing to cuter the ranks as private sellers per come ; the latter are presumed to be of a
out we were ordered back the and .
as enemy Young Dixie says, "Suppose we go to all military usage, and at variance neutral .. ..
warlike and the
had reached his boats. I had him if they had assurance that their Important, subject
fifty or eighty have a ruction in Sam's house, give add any
....... detailed from with law. The Governor has no authority vessel carrying them, to capture and con EFFECTUAL CURB Fog THE EAKACHB.
i men Scott's regiment tot good licking, and set fire to his house wives and little ones would not be permit.
i batting or
the woods with"me to place his staff officers in command ot demnation. Such being the Jaw the analogy Take a small piece of cotton '
, scour to pick up the -that might keep bun out of ours. ted to suffer. They hare asked the men between the contraband letter, or cotton wool, make a depression in the I -
wounded.... We found none but Federals, Uncle Dixie says, "No, let us suffer-iupatriolio. dollars. important positions. of the and fill ..'
but in such worth hundreds of thousands of : despatch, and the person bearing it seems centre with the end finger,
Y they were numbers we could ." Again it is rumored that all the cavalry will
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take back their neighbors and \udll-to give them plain? The EmbaSsador whether he car it with as much ground pepper as 1
a' few and
only return for the fiat but it
I say it may patriotic, play companies in the State are to IM disbanded five gather it into a
leg communication! in writing or in rest on a cent piece,
others. In one cornfield they were lying I aud the babies.: such assurance, and they have refused
the deuce with crockry ball into sweet
my Governor unservice des.p"tch and tie it the
ball
substitute for the
dead and wounded thick. in by the as they are as memory, is the ; up, dip
as stumps anew think had Who is censurable ?
boys
field. I saw sixty and others Mr. Editor don't yon my able CoL Davis: Regiment ia to be disposed and would seem to become, like }t, oil and insert it in the ear, covering the
or seventy, better go and give Sam a good thrashing latter with cotton wool J, and use a bandageor
report as many aa: two* hundred in this at LU house and see how Aunt Biddy will' 53?"WM. II. ARSNDELL, Esq.,was elected of in the same manner, This i U rather liable But to capture ndt left to form this conclusion cap to retain it in ita place. Almost

field: They were mostly heof the Cthllowa like it. IIer girls would soon keep old on the 20th inst., representative from severe, aa Col. Davis has been commissioned from we are,analogy alone Strangely Instant relief will be experienced, and the
Regiment;*rfd some of 27th Illiaoia.. Sam and his from trebling their General President !has been at \ ia that an infant will
The Lleuteifant boys ** Jefferson County to the Assembly, by the enough,although. toe present case it one application so gentle
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Colonel and three
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would.
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IT A correspondent of tho:' M .;.M;; ;4 Cards Business Cards. ,

rnngind Advertiser Register writing fro n : ...
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_ sacola under dated November iO, f Ct' AND PLASTERINB.'osepJ:1. IL-COLORED rIIOTcpIAPlis,
I.JRt' PHYSICIAN CARD BRICkLAYING
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the wort .
On
Friday-an evilIBt 0. .
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.j'c' .
: :: 0.' .Tay1or, 1 Sadie Pot er's
-there two execn t
were military :Dz'. N. O-i3Dciia1c1:: :: '
: : TWO'DOlLA'RS Warrington or it.s1ic ni y. The ; a C Touao: IFL&, '
PER ANNUM. returned to:.Honticello,respectfully
volunteer shot for killing -Win C" -ea1lfkA. HAVING his service* to his friends and the puba. ). ON'TINUk to carryon the above business In JU.! ight: 11 ttf :

,SCALE OF mcis: Sergeant while in the discharge orfh l lv In the practice of Medicine aud Surgery in their C/ an Its branches,and will pleased receive

:, as an officer ; the other A regular/_ 0 4 URE rO arions branches. Residence. at Mrs. A. ,Palmer's a portion of the patronage of the public. Orna- } \ :

i.. fVkcA4I5. rA. Freu' of Florida for. ,", '" striking of a Captain. lie was sal _______ ,Monticello, July 20,1861. 23,ttj mental work doneln as good style as ean be satlsfaolon.l accmnJlshcd I GIl.Il.AI ,1n \
tripti* o/.A'-tlri I In the StAtel Entire "
one
by
been a most excellent soidior, and ( Dr. O. any enno4ee to the '
ADOPTED BT TUB EDITORIAL: OOHVKimON.] NervousHeadacheCURE IV. V. JOIlDAlf, I. guaranteed la every ease: ,and work done on E 1 would rcspectftully| pl1lo
imo of the offence secured theenlces of
committing vv have
REMOVED TO TIlE TOWN OF MONTh reasonable terms. that we \
1'_ 1 Square (oocupyinff the space ol 1DftYIeTifle', with. liquor. lie met his fate liko a man : HAS for the Practice of medicine. iSfTHe will likewise superintend the making men Colorist and Portrait Paint Those wlsMntfto .
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J'. .orlessjonelnsertura. i. > should; Offbeat Bless* Hotel. 1 nl aln this much admired ami durable style of
At the same rdomcnt there' Jlbavo |9 and borelng of Brick.
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80V&qnare
i /far every S subsequent months ...Insertion.................... 00 been one more shot-tho man that::'sold ,Ji<< 1 i O) August 18. 1860. 37 6m, Feb. 4th. 1860. _61-ly Ple h ire Ime have In Tallahassee.an opportunity' The afforded increasing the demand loP the

1 months..................... 800 or placed in his way tho poison.: The T. J. UnLEE! for I i is popular style of painting has Induced to,
I ", Iy..r................. ........ 1100 seperation of his wife, at the guard quftters; J&hn M. Pahne1Dealer an artist, and,we are now U
t ," I W1'......................... SO 00 i is to to have been oftatmosteffecting ( rID [f!] 1J 0 @ if %. in- eml'Joy I to experienced pre-
I ". 1. ... ....................,.... S5 00 represented ', .. ... R 9i PnOVISIOKTS AND GROCERIES, par tke Plain" ,
-. .,. 4". II I'.11 ...fl.4I..t..I.fl.I 8000leol a character. : ",,)V' i MONTICEl LO. FLORIDA. _ Ami ot
mn t ......................... 4000 L- PRACTICE In all portions o1rlloELLo: : Wll.\. .i d Photograph.Cabinet Photograph in Oil N.I Color .4.
.-i I I, to .......................... 50 00P ITIARKIED, '5 ; WILL East and Middle Florida. jy January 6th, 1881. 47-tf uri Phtoap".Photograph in Water Colon cud
f Ii I." .........................Io\) 00 In Montleello on the evening oft'h' 96th .fnrt.. Ilyth.bee 01 theeej'ils the periodic attacks oiArtnotoriUk June 80th I860. 20-ly touched India
t4 XsUt: ra4figa1Kolie ito beeharged the by the Rev W. E. Hamilton'Mr. ''lOMAS J ffeodoeht may be prevented; and U ,- "l1loilticello (louse." Photograph INk
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Mtrtr*M trantcient Advertisements,except. CHACE. Jr., and Miss EMMA E.< HANCOCK. all akeu at the commencement of an attack immediate A. Peeler IV. D., In fi t we are prepared to fill all every

Ifotiee of Dismission as Administrator for I o i this town '.u *A relief(from pain and sickness will be obtained.. I3T Having remov ,1 to Monticello.Florida,will W. M. HUMPHREYS. PROPRIETOR ederlpUoD, and. warrant satisfaction in very.
.... .... ineb ice,or no charge.Daguerreotypes
which the shall ba .. 1000
., charge
They seldom fall in removing the Naulea'and continue Practice Medicine In all Acute and
.
dverU menu handed In for publication : PURCHASED TIlE ABOVE AtA of Peceased-Persoiw
specifying Chronic( Diseases, lie be found at all hours
HAVING
., the unmber Insertions% to be published 3dlJtrli.it! utII Headache to which females are so subject. when not may absent at his :: \ of Cot Blackburn, I will be fflHiii
,till forbid and charged In.eoor.aocew1th abonFOR !j)They act gently upon the bowels.: I. t hb South-west professionally corner;of the Publlo. Square residence, West on pleased to have the pstronag.beretofore exjEQlijltended Enlntacd to any life.size,*and colored In oil equally as,
_I& i i For Literary men,Students Delicate Femalcsand of Col. Blackburn's Hotel. to It continued. I have also bought. a lot of well fa from

) ... I laU persons of sedentary habits, they: are valuables February 18th, 1800. 1.ly' new furniture, which will add to the comfort and 01 Pantig Retored and Cleaned
Noti convenience of table will alway
SALE! my guests. My .
II Laxative the will leave their
a ,Improving giving' tone I please
appetite
with the best the market afford.
G. FIFE of Unnttcello Florida. Is Dr..HoherlScott, supplied can
:-:, Fiadlng l It Im b1tnallct':; ; newspaper( on C. duly authorized agent and Is hereby'anto my- and vigor to the digestive! organs, and restoring JtoKncKLLo FLORIDA March24th.1869 ly orderlsoon, as our Artirt will not remain during the
r'-- the natm al l and of the lot solson.
tborlzed transact all business connected with the elasticity strength system.

th.9oaItsJlte1.; during crisis like the present estate of James B. Edwards, drecceed.TU0S ', <:t$') The CEPHALIC PILLS aro the result of long Investigation of|Monticello 3f Offers lils and Professional vicinity Services to the- citizens [FSQrlOQ[ [ [ )& [}{] (Q) (ill 9 style Weave if oil colored also just lhotograpl.l.introduced. a new called and the beautiful DIAl

la neury"ft'at1'll Office of the H. EDWARDS, Adm
S FAMILY r. ,
and'cBrorully,conducted experiments. March 1. ISA' 0 Bm.Win. MADISON, FLORIDA HEN TYPE, admires' ,
,: FRIEND Newspaper Is offered for sale at a very Richmond Va., Nov.20, 1861. '42-9t fI I having been in use many'years,during which time Vlcts taken In any part of the country at short

reasonable prle; It U doing good credit business !- they have prevented and relieved a vast amount ol ,. $. Dllwortli,. JOHN L. MILLER, Prourietor notice Views of business houses, or residences,
A Call for Volunteers! TS NOW OPEN to'the .y'public, and the Pro taken colored,If desired. Size 80 by 10 inches'
;j, and in the hands of a man not dependent I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW :
. upon pain and suffering from headache, whether orlgina JL prictor respectfully ffi, solicits share of pat- Am retypes and Melalnotypes,all sizes and prli-es.
.J ; the cash.Income of the offieo, will prove profitable In the from Monticdlo Florida House is situated the street
on
state fTThe
*'Oov. ting nervous system or a deranged ronage.
AM authorized his Milton ,
by Excellency, Call and I Iiberl1880.
I : Investment For further 'particular apply to the I leading from the public to the Railroad depot see Specimens
:- of the stomach. square .
to receive volunteers for three months service practice In the Courts of the MMdleClr- '
.
WILL November 40- Docd 42 ly
1'1.1880,1
C Editor. Oetber 12. -1881. t o fill np my Company, now stationed at St. Murk They are entirely vegetable In their composition Florl.ln.and In the District Court of .

V- "- I deem It unnecessary to make it' long appeal to and may be taken at all times with perfect safety the Unlt.ed States LEWIS F. BOUX. GEOVS.: :KOUX,. II. P. SLUSSER
Jt ; ; .he patriotic youn men of Jefferson, when it is without of diet and the absence -! .March U,18119. '-ly ,
making any change & Coi"
i9tj1i j (Ilonx
tl known that Lincoln s fleet Is now on Its way to Inrade I -MAKUFACl'UEEnOF- ,
v the country, and to. burn and pillage our of any disagreeable taste renderl'it'84s1 to ('. O. rife, ; ; "
lomes. :v. administer them to chlldron. and and heet
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Receiving Forwarding r Agents Coppjr 1 Jin Y1aresj.-)
- [Gleaned tram onr.Sav&nnab Hacon Atlanta and Uniforms and equipments will. bo furnished to BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! ,( ,

Charleston Exohanges.1 recruits as they come"In." The genuine have signatures. of Henry 0. Spalding JMontu'eUO, ,..FlOrI'&t.AprlII2,1859. -AND--: w f OLESALX AND KETAIL DEALER IN
$ - -- -- ---- Nov. 23, 1861. WM. BAILEY, Jr.

p: i ,Lord Lyons anathe Capture of the l on each box. .' ly General Commission Merchants. .,. I_. > D 0MGDfriniar[ [

Confederate Commissioners. Runaway. Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers medi Insolvent Estate Notice. Fcrnandliia, Flat Prenc German,English&American Goods, ,,'

; to Jail in Montloello,a boy by the cines. A box will be sent by mall prepaid on re fig"Special attention given to the sale of Cotton louse Fnrnlshing.4rticleiofEveryDescnption.
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4I'e WASHINGTON, Nov. '19.-Lord Lyons BROUGHT ALBERT of light complexion about ceiptof the STATE OP FLORIDA, ) DAVID WALKER AdJtffernoti MOJS! Hides, and Produce generally. ..
has Dot behaved like a diplomatist since thee 80 years of age five feet elghtor ten Inches Pr1.oo'QS oortts. County. f mlnistrator of the Estate t5f Cotton and other merchandize forwards] -- t

: -, capture'or; l\les\ rs.' Mason ,and SHJoll. hth, and says belongs to Chcsley Williams, ofSJn.liFon All orders should be addressed to of Joel Walker late,of said county, deceased hnr with care and dUpotch. TOVE HEAD-QUARTERS.
Ing filed In my office a written suggestion of the Insolvency February 28, 1861. 2-1)1

.:IUDOffioIallyj: be is almost impertinent.: In The County Is to forward HENRY' 0. SPALDING of the estate of said deceased A full ply alwayson hand of COOKING, PAR"
owner requested come ,
'tl* conversation he that tho United prove !ROOM Cooking Stoves trimmed .
; assumes property pay charges and take him away. 48 Cedar Street New-York. Therefore notice is hereby given to all persons STOVE.
D. J.
.States mast yield tho point of controversy, Nov. 110' 1851. [48-1\ V. CLEM; Sheriff. having claims or demands against said deceased to Taylor,, wit nen ne! worrntel1 to give perfectsatisfuctiln.
.
disavow tho act ot Coin. Wilkes and : file them In the office of the Judge of Probate 01 They can bo shipped with safety to
G-TT-KTJ9. said County on or before the first day of Decembernext gCk! ,HMm) ON: M J l L R 1HIAIN1YReceiving any part If the countr)'.
return Messrs. Mason and Slidell
;t. to Eng. when there will be rata distribution or -AND-- I GARDEN AND flEE ENGINES.
a
.f:* land. WANTED to purchase double barrel Shot Guns TIlE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF, pro .
i' the assets of Mid deceased the creditors and Force with Rubber
of serviceable character, for among Rotary uction Pumps,
.: The Spanish Minister has openly declared mounted !Regiment, for whiih fair prices will my be &[bQO[ @9 thereof: and at which time the Mid David! Walker and Forwarding Agent. I Hoe attn iucd for supplying I'huntutimEngines

.:* that Mason and SMell badooen taken ,Arm maybe presented ".rallie to any Cap will apply for A discharge (rom the administration FERIUNDnU. PLA.t with wet*front wI,..htcrl EngineSnioK
: from on board a Spanish ship, he would lain In the Regiment. W. G. :M. DAVIS. CEPHALIC J PILLS of snld estate. M. H.STRAIN _. Agent for Charleston Dally Line of Steamers. Sek.mJiie to .

I : --" have immediately demanded his pawports. 'November 16, 1861. 40-Sw ) t1I.1861. Judgeof Probate.. February 23, 1881. 2-1 y : r Work of every description, done by
lay2 15-Om the Lfcet All
WILL ALL WUO SUFFER YBOMHEADACHE: very workuneuu. orJer attended
:: Lord Lyon is said to have assumed a A. O A.NOEJFOR CONVINCE to.lTollulmicc prompt.
<' menacing lone, and to have declared that L. DOZIER. JAMES E BROOME '
p. INSOLVENT ESTATE NO ilCE. ,February i, 18GO. II.ly
Mason and Slidell must bo given and L. Dozier. & Co.
' up ,ACTIVE STATE ,
SERVICE0 OF FLORIDA, ) HENRY K RKLANDJ'fenon
,
. ,ample reparation made for the offence County, I'administrator of the estate WORI I WORK !11 i i WORK! 1 !
;# offered to the British Crown. Nothing of James L Kirkland, late of Jefferson County. FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS .

'fd this kind has been officially intimated, HAVING AUTHORITY FROM THE WAIl THAT deceased, having filed In the Probate Office a writ FERftANDIXA. FLA. Jordan_ Fiilford,
to raise a ten suggestion that he believes the estate of said March 16th 1861.. 5 ,
I i but iu ordinary intercourse ly
: expression
disapprobation and hostility has been REQOMENT. : IF, OMIFAMTaV SPEEDY AND SURE CURE James Therefore Klrkland to be Insolvent HOUSE[ .BUILDER HID GENERAL(
,notice Is hereby given to all
t persons
? % .unguardedly made. for the War we propose to receive Companies from 13 WITHIN TIIEIL REACH. Iuavingclalms against the a\d estate, to JJO fiXI WEBER: '

;'.4 TORONTO, CANADA,Nov.18.: The Qldbt end any< of the Southern! them States:! and, under their own oflircrs,; -, r.A Ale the same with the Judge of Probate appear sale anf lWeroh.an't: U?nil or o :PENTEB .

q' .- .' and Leader both have severe articles on active promise service. arms equipments, as well as ,the...Tenlimoniali totri utuolieitej by Mr. Spaliiny ; County on or before the third day of February next -AND,PKAT.KB I3TRvady MONTI< IELLO . FLORIDA.nost .

.' '.- the'secure of Mason and Slidell. The Any Company ofilcer who may feel'disposed to they a/ord, qtuntionallt proof of thi effl- when there will be a pro-rat// distribution of the .9Iade-Clothing I would respectfully' InFul n the { tlmt'
funds public
. ..\'y.c. L l Globe says it would add strength and dignity enter the service he In this w.y, ran obtain wht Information cars of thii truly leuntljf': diieovery.MASONVILLE thereof belonging; and to at Mild which estate tlmo amongst the said the Henry creditors AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS I have for tio| year 1-f

I to tbeAmcrlcan government ,it thecaptives may desire addressing either of us, Klrklnnd will apply for his discharge from the ad ,, Employed a number of Hands
ta : at Ponsucola" Fla., or Dr. Robert:'Scott Montlcollo, CONS. F COD. 5,1801.MR. uilubtration 0111II1.1 TALLAHASSEE, FLA.HE 4,
: liberated without csUto.
.
3r were I remon. Fla. Hon. F. L. Vllleplgue, TalliihiiMee. Fin., Hon., \ ALWAYS keeps on hand Cloths,Cassimeres, for the purpose of carrying on the House Building
: ; strances from e' government ot Great. B. C. Pore Madison FU. Col. W. D. Barnes. Marl-: SFALDINO.SIR M. IT. STRAIN, JVestlngs,'Fancy Coatings Ac.-which' he II alid General Carpenters business, on a large ...al.
S Angtr.t 8,13"1.!! (Am) of Probate.
Judge
Britain. Tho Leader says the insult is one anna. Fla., Hon. 1'hlllu! Doll Fernandlna FIR : prepared to make up to order In a workmanlIke I Any work entrusted to me willbe done-

: which tbomet4govemezt: on earth. I.- 'ArFON ANDERSON, I have tried your Ceplialio Pills, and I I Sale Public frauds manner. and on the most reiisonable terms. Substantial Neat and with
THOMPSON B. LAMAR. I 25th, 1860. Dispatch,
'r' would not submit to. like them so well that I want you to send February ly'
:; : November 2, 1801. 88OtOwu.dian's mo two dollars worth more. Adjacent the ,Geo. Boundary Line. and I wUl guarantee: to give satisfaction In every
,
Trouble Brewing between England Part of thcso aro for tho neighbors ti FL'LTON FOVN HILT letnne". 1 have incurred a heavy expense by the'lre
Is
Sale. NOTICE hereby given that on Friday. tile 4t1. of hands and, consequently am in hopes a lil '
;, and the Lincoln Despotism. whom I give a few out of tho first box I October next I will offer for talent TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,\. '" public will extend to me A share of pet rohlage.cprflj
virtue of order and decree
BY an of the Honorable from public auction,In my office at Tallahassee aI| tin I I will contract for work In uf Jttfer-
get yon. any
.NASHTOXE,, Nov. 26.-A, special dispatch Judge of Probate for Jeiffrsoii the JOHN CARD prtion
county
vacant surveyed lands In the fractional Propwtor counties and will
Send the Pills by mail aud oblige TownshipslYIng on or adjoining on us fulr
undersigned will for sale : ,
to New York Times datedYah.* expose to the highest bidder 1 nlunK the boundary line between Florida and
ad1lbeveiternusasnny one eanpossitily do. ,
ENGINES,from 6 to S3 Horse Power;
at the Court House la ? Your ob't Servant '
Montlccllo the First ,
JM "There is on Georgia. which on the 10th day lust belonged STEAM : Persons at distance Houses
fttgton, ,says : incrcasuing Monday In December next the following! described JAMES KENNEDY. January to order of the best material and v'orlmnnxliip a winding built, ro-
4; confidence in the entire correctness ot Capt. l'eal..tfttLo No 5. of A. Dunham's addition to to the United States of America. and as cheap as can I.e purchased in New pairing or any description of wuik In my' linp.ran
W' nrlRd Ca>h.-Nothing recelvedln payment for York Northern and address me Moiitlvclla. Florida, and they it'Pf recclvo -'
Wilkes' act in taking Slidell and Mason. the town of Montloullo! containing one and a hallaer.e or any City Inldjdown In Flr rdo.
said land
and
HAVERFORU PA. Feb. 0 : except gold silver coin and the.bill ., prompt attention.
1801. CASTINGS for Saw Mills. GIn Gearing &c..
belonging to tht heirs of .
:I am informed that Secretary Chase has Joseph lisle lute solvent bank,. Minimum price one dollar audtwenl.fiyecenu hand. Mills from JORDAN FULFORD.P. .
of Ht-rnanilo deceased. Mr. SrALWNQ. constantly on Sugar 12 to 18 luvl :
L : eiprcssod regret that Wilkcw did not seize Terms made county known the per aev. es In dlar'ter also on hand or made to order. i 3-*I have also hired an excellent well-digger
on 0I1111e. Sm
: the steamer Trent.." ELIZA day :- Persons desiring to purchase are specially notified Some Beautiful patterns of.IRON BAILING fo P and would therefore be happy orders to'
HALS Guardian I wish to send mo one moro box of( that this advertisement does not relate to land i Clea Wells.
Dig
f.L1&. A special! dispatch to the Cincinnati ISAAC TOWN3END you any Grave Yards, &0. or Repair J. F.Jennuiry .
By Agent. .
Pills Ihnve receiveda great granted to the State for thc purposes" of Schools JOBBING WORK 6th 1861.
of
your Cephalic all descriptions d
Gazette dated Washington! Jfltli November 2,1861. 88 51, execut 4'l.t
My.:. : deal knrJitfrom tl/.WI., .. Seminaries:! or Int.rnallllll'ro\'emeate,nor to Swampand :! ] with neatness and despatch. All orders addresser

;r &_.! ,"All Mason are and delighted Slidell EnsUes with ana the MoFarland WMinre ol, Notice to Debtors.rT Yours MAUY respectfully ANN STOIKIIOUSE., '4- *.Overflowed'' Lands.HUGH A. CORLEY. ly to John attended Curdy to.,Tallahassee CTTERMS Florida CAS1IJC3 will be Prompt The Best And Most direct Route..

. .:,.' '- except the diplomatists, who growl, especl HE subscriber Is desirous of collecting enough Register of Pnblio Land. Nov. 8, 1860 [89-lyJ JOHN) CARDY.

: :, : ally the British Minister. There i U evenLf money to pay his DEBTS. He knows of no '.. ---::-- u ____ For, the! State of Florida. -
other method so euectial as to let his friends see !by SPRUCE CHEEK HUNTINGTON Co., PA,, Angst 10. 1861. ZB-Ull-Uct. 4.QT Fresh.Lime.Made 'THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLACED A DAILY
: circulation that he has ,
.. a rumor in demanded this notice that he is In want, and humiliating as I II. ft January 18, 1861 } By order of his Excellencytho Governor, Line of first class Six horses Coaches on tile route
his pwp: rts.", justice to those he Is Indebted to, require* that II. C. SCALDING. the above tale U postponed until the First! Monday; between QUITMAN (the present terminus of the
i A> special dispatch to the Louiatillo he should make It known. in April nextOctober in Jefferson County Fla. Savannah ,Mnin Trunk KuilrouJ.) and MONTI-
,
' .,: ; Journal from Washington, states thatft.hou..h THOMAS K. LEONARD. SIR: 5th,1861. 84 lAs CELLO I These Coai.lies run to P tononneut with
t-. there to be plenty of law: MiocMiikle FIR, Oct. 12. 1861. 35 8t You will please send mo two boxes of The undersigned keeps constantlyon hand larg the Curs on both the Georgia and nuridl Railroads.It ..
appears Notice
. your Cephalic 1111s. Send them immedi.atoly. to .Pre-emption Claimants quantities of Fresh and will forward the sain Is the Shortest and Most Direct route for travelers .,
.. : to sustain i Commodore Wilkes, Lord Lyons J. B.
is very noisy, and as yet while bcing compelled AGENT FOR 'Respectfully EVERY| person entitled to the right of Pre-emp. & _, p..rlnlleavlng Monticello at'o'c-loc-k lu the evening ,
?;-.a:. to remain officially silent he u nn- yours JNO. B. SIMONS. any of the Lands In the fractional Tcwn Any order addressed to me at Montlcello, will reach bat annah at 1 o'clock next day.

; : .;- eofficially impudent in'nl1 his conversation ALABAMA :NSURANCE COMPANY, ships adjoining Georgia Boundry Line Is requl will receive prompt attention. .Flort. L. H. MATTA R.

u.- ;. and assumes that there will bo no question OF. MONTGOMERY P. S.-I II.Q.V ue(1 ole b'JJ of your Pills red to establish the same before me and make pay JOHN M. RAY80R. October 2'ltl.186. 87-2s t

t between his Government and tha Federal Are prepared to take Fire Risks at the usual rates andfiiul them excellent. ment therefore at my office In Tallahassee as soon February 9tb, 1861. .82tf"Valuable

Charter ...... .. practicable after seeing this notice _!and before Fair Warning
Capital $300,000
; ;, Government because the latter will
.
-. Messrs.Mason appolo- Capital paid in.......... ..$130,000: ,BELLE VKRNON!: OHIO, Jan. 15. 1801. the First MonJ.iv of April next, 'otherwise such Lands"I.N' "OERSOSS ore hereby forewarned against
and and Slulall.
return claim will be
gize forfeited. cnttlnf
$ E. U. ME'ro.-\.LF. See'y. I W. C. BIBB,'PresX HENRY'C.' SPALDING, Esq. JL wood or trrArB"IIupon the tract
Many diplomatists, including some friendly: Miirch 9..1861. 4 ly Please find inclosed twenty-five cents HUGH A.CORLEY, WAKULLA COUNT known aside "Walker Plaee. I am determined
Register of Public Lands for Florida. .
Government
the'Federal the to and
2 express or-Sa1o. prosecute any every person found
for which send another box Co .
me ot'your Aug. 24. 188 IreeIUj
opinion,unreservedly that there will .be Stoxe; for Solo. 28w'lt&wtdlNo11.oe. upon said land. You must not expect .
Pills. the best PiUa 'T'IIE undersigned offers for sale Five IIundrL j..t
HE off.. nfnr phalic They are truly without pajtng for it. K.
undersigned sale
.: war with England. T ble terms, the BRICK STORE on IIOUSEO reasonaa I have ever tried. ; _L and Sixty acres of Land lying on the W
A'Hand to Hand The Confederates adjiitmng Messrs. Marvin.and recently Direct A. STOVER, P. M. URING side of W.kula River, and bounded on the Eii
occupied
., Fight by J3 my absence at Pensacola, my brother. by said three quarters of -mile.. It I LIVERY
J. Victorious. \Herring.Fennell. &Shehee. It U situated lu an ex. Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., O. 11. K. WALKER. is my authorized agent to timbered with Oak, and all swell STABLE ACCOUNTS.,

,." ,.$"; :... e llent business portion of. town, and U really de transact any and all business my behalf kinds of Two hundred Hickory acres of this tract other i II I HAVE placed aTT'my Livery Stable acionntsln

.f4J '..;... NASHVILLE, Nov. 25.-The Gazette o r slrable to piece of property. For G.further W. particulars BEVEULY.-MASS.: \ Deo. 11, 1860. M. W. WALKER. wo Swamp,and U equal to any land In I I the bonds of J. B. COLNS. Esq.. for eollcc.

; ;{'L;" this morning publishes an extract from a apply Montlcello Auguet 81, 18dl. HERRING.29.tf II. C. SPALDINQ' Esq. I April h. 1861. 8tf'I Florida, for the raiding of Sugar Cane Tobacco lion; and all persons urgently eoUelt

,. Jk private lett from Cumberland Gap, which I wish for some circulars or large show Cotton and Corn A great revenue 1* also yielded e to cal upon him and settle,cither by or
A GREAT SOUTHERN from the absent with the
of wood and
t .Ie ; I am now wood to n\ Volunteers
has reached here sending "
"News that
: pays 5 a regi- ITotloo.J3ERSON3 ; bills, to bring Cephalic Pills more the lrous that this
your at 8t for tbterure'de should be closed
; shipping which I four dol \lu.lne. :
went ot'Indianians crossed the line at Jack.8ODbl'rough bringing Wool to the FacUry for the particularly before my customers. If you [F & am [b W [P & [p [gFla! lars per cor. I b.lrk.. Wo Landing get-and at the up. 11. K. WALKER.

and were allowed to advance X purpose of Raving It manufactured, must have anything of the killdllease send to me or about 1st June next the Georgia Landing Yard every fair day fish 01 f June, 8th. 1661. l'f.
ten miles Sout.bern'soil when have their name branded on their bags. I will ON Weekly every kind canbe caught and in the* -
on they were I One ot my customers who is subject to Telegraph wilt be enlarged to Eight : running sea 4
not be responsible for brought not thus brand pages son. Mullet In C.G.rife,
met by the Fifteenth Mississippi Regiment any and 56 columns, in the great a\landnc.
severe Sick Headache (usually lasting two aggregate; making it one
ed. under hundred The /COMMISSIONER
Pine
Nothing one will Lands for North
be
pounds re I of the h. healthy growth of pines, Clr"lhill. to take soV -
in a hand.to hand fight. The result was I celved. for manufacturing cloth. 4 days,) was cured of an attack in one Kourly perfect largess papers of News in the, world and presenting a and may be worked as a turpentine'iann-it being / knowledgments and proofs of Deeds and Mort .

as might have been expected. The Southern J. GILMER.Superintendent your Pills, which I sent her, well as a summitry large fund miscellaneous foreign and domestic as only two miles and a h.1 from 11 Walker's Tur. gages on Lands, &c.aduniuisteroatbs or affirmation, .
I boys charged the ,Yankees with such I August list, 1861. 29 4ui Respectfully yours, magnificent sheet will be for matter. This pentlne Distillery, and take d'pOltool. lo.
published Two .
A impetuosity that they broke anti fled leav. W.B. WILKES. lars per annum In advance always. Dol There is also a new source of profit just opened. IReJonc..M.u ic lo, F ,.,.Iy
1 .-A ing half their number dead upon the field.: SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS for the latest news procure the MACON DAILY and which will make this the most valuable'place In
Wakulla. I refer to the JTHLLEKS
They w literally cut to .pieces.". PUBLISHED BY- TELEGRAPH, which win also be enlarged.jrrlce llnn. trade by steam A PAUUA71ORE,
twice a month. A h a small
The news came direct and the writcr'believes $3,00. Address orders enclosing money, to the bt. Dn force SUCCESSORS TO
; THEODORE BLOIS-W. T. THOMPSON. Editor Georgia Telegraph Office.Macon. make hundreds of dollars on Water.melon.

.. ..' it to be true. : Macon,,April 28th. 1860. .1.Peaches... _,_.t s..'.:_Ter is.L no u.better# u".lnd. ,_u. _PATTENaMILLERS. __ ,. -
. Another Bull Run Liryett Daily crcuLdT: t/u Stati of Georgia ChangeofSchedule. uv JffUUUUMUU JI UV.ITU1U9.The morion E&WI. uommiuion MerelianU,'ana :
Stampede. -- range U Inexhaustible for hogs and cattle._ U J

NASHHHXK,, Nov 25.-A gentleman. Daily Afonuut JV_-, $8 per annum la advance. -g-- To the IMuuters, Florida.Jt>ff r on C'ouutjr There d.lr.is corn a rough house(arm-house and one negro on the eabla place, kitchen, ANDREW J. 'ew 1 (O !@, :
-
: arrived here yesterday who. passed through InWttUy ilonittt A'evt published every Mon. 'pUE subscriber having been appointed by Mr. t also on this place a small WALTER J. MILLER, [ SAVANNAH| SED '
-I Louisville on the 1'It.b.. reports that 2,000 day Wednesday and Friday, at $1 per annum. SUPERINTENDENT'S -L Meniminger, Secretary of the Confederate which abundantly due second year VDey.rd. DL J '
k- Federal cavalry arrived in Louisville that WttUy Nttu published every Saturday at $3 OFFICE Treasury, an aeent Air the Confederate States,to re for the culture of wine making no conn- RYJ.PABBUOo
annum,
advance
day.said to be from Ohio. per always TALLAHASSEE PEN. & OEO. R. R. I eel ve subscriptions of Cotton and other produce for try can surpaia it.grp ,
TO ADVEBTISEES TALLAHASSEE Nov. 2 ) the defence of our I ThU valuable tract KEPEE
11:161.: country, may say already of land is now under the control ENCE85
The Cincinnati Commercial of the 18th The Large Circulation of the "Morning News"ln /"\N and after Monday. Nov. llth 1861 Fasten goodly number of the citizens of Florida have subscribed of Judge D, T.Walker and Major John Beard. .Han James M Baker, Lake City. Florida.
;-4 has accounts of the. stampede of the Federal both city and country and especially in families \J gcr Trains on these honda will run as follows liberally of their. me&nlln money as wellas who will perfects title hould a purchaser present John II Stapler, Esq. Hamilton, Florida.
Cumberland The its Daily circulation being larger than that of : and it U believed that himself n II Tooke,Tb
the on
expedition against Gap. any r.reduee. planters of terms. lon mas>lUe.
paper 10 the State-rende.it the best possible medium LeaveTalluhosace........,...... 7,80AM Je1 will not be found behind rCan.bl JLSeward Geg
accounts agree in reporting the stampede Arrive at Honticello..,, ... ... those of N W. \VALKER. *
10.00
for all those who
wish
t. to make their bualues&and other aectiaq.in P. a-i will 8 Alex Smith "
any ,
.. '. and panic of the' Lincoln forces as even wants known to the public In a way which will Arrive at Lako City.............' 8,00PM our country- It 1s responding proposed promptly that totheeallof .at go wit, any one deslroua of purehaJng. M E Esq.E ." .
. voree tba that at Dull.Run. The stam. Insure the most prompt and profitable returns. Leavn Lake City....,,,.....:..... ".00 A M shall be mada of the usual no disturbance Ford.any Fla.. the place ,J .J.1more. q Qult.n.
- arranguueuts of each Sandy 24. I860. Lq, Florida
Anln At Muntieello. ,. Nov 41-tfta Madin. ,
peIewucausedbytheadvanceof1Iardee's1i September 8th,I860. 80-tf ., ,,.. ..10,00 ,planter fur seliUg his crop but that he shall AMCasen, Esq. .. .
Arrive at TalUhaM ....... simply
> ..
11,30 indicate .. .
tke E
expedition from Bowling Green. It wasreported portion lie is willing tosubscribe. the FISK 8 METALiO BURIAL CASES J Yann. Esq. .
Deeds DeoctZA ST. MARKS: TO time and pLace of and ,,_. ,Simeon Smith
QUINCY., delivery the -toNln hose Esq.Valdosta.
that jg
with !
be.was advancing
one suea.eonstanty ,
,.# LL Deeds Leave 8t Marks.. ,7i .. bands I it is placed for sale and shall AL en hand and f sale by" H 0 Gega.
hundred thousand The' Commer- person wishing or any other :Legal;: .., ..,., 5,45AM: ; order the fc.for T110MA Major Young Thomas .
men... -\., papers, can get them of the uuderslgnei; Arrive Tallahassee.,.........,.. '.Iu to exchange the proceeds of sale of the subscribed Moatlcello, FU.,March Si, 182tf.BWOJUC. : Dickinson I. rialuyu -Blank Deeds always on hand. Leve TalhahIsseae..".....,,..,..I1,41)( portion for Confederate Bonds bearing 8 pi ly Aagnst 8tb, $6!. J11m.re '
hava no- heart to comment on such ,J. B. COLUNS Arrive at Midway,.,,,,.,.......,12,12: I' M centlnt..reot. Al good an investment,I. think, ,scan 11I'NO".OE.
'r.? Noy.: .l&. tSII1. [10,U] ,Judge of probate Leave Midway......-,.......?. .. 3.45: .. now be made. IP : .
'f Arrive atTallahawce...,,.....;... 4,80 <. A form fur the subscription as prepared at the I ,
1a.e'iallahe.ee.. ... .... .. Treasury will be ." r Schedule ,I
Cabinet Appointment 4,45: H Department! found at the OtB-' 0 Clnngo'
Special Notice.TIlE' Arrive at S.... Marls ,.,..,.......t.6l5 the FAMILFRI END.where all vbautf f *; T8 price .( i'eovMoas..4e.. the
RTfsnioxD::: Nov 83.-Congress yester. undersigned Is prepared to draw up Deeds ., These Traina connect at Moaticvllo a I itb Stage can have a chance of lul.lIerl1llI't: ." .. OYljr subscriber ta blb bimself sineWs to "Brick
:' day In secret session confirmed Judah.1>. diJ-py"'kI4ol of 1 1.Wrj log. WU] gin Line to and from Grouv''nvUle, OB th. JSaianuah. the same time will .". ead, ISIauk .t the price be h.. sold at, and hereafter.uaUj .
of War and Ex romptMt ntkn to the cuUectiva of Notes or A.. Albany apd Gulf Kailroadi /and at Midway with formation that may h. A." J further notice, fur all at
Benjamin as Secretary DJanks Br!d..lure
# .OUfl4.ous fair torois as us required. Stage to sad from There will al*> ."V;:, r's ard the price a ill U NINE }, P.
"s:.' Governor Bragg of North Carolina, at THOMAS JJlJlMONS, triu will be ruou Saodar. scrip tion will* ./' j : ,- &c., TEN DoLL&o'i. ('redit DLKeA

"t\. Attorney General The latter enters. on \ PlerSuftheCoart. Co T. \Ve Y'AN SUp"t. L.whoIh I leet a 1*, .tne and dispatch at the Uf Course tha poopU will see the necessity fur

hit duties forthwith. S..
.. .4\tiOy.: ::: : f avMtut, faired JAMEli KLLENWOUU .
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