Jacksonville Republican from Jacksonville, Alabama on May 30, 1863 · 1
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, "Tho Price' of Liberty is oteinal,"y"igHanco.' At nro MlUu. ft f Hh-nyrhTfln y One dollar Tier.square.ott ah continuance.,- rrft AM Annuncmiion or. uiiijiiiirefju ObitbarreBpnll.ovejf kiiijltaM-oliatg6d9t.:.'5,Vt4i1,.,'y.V,.-;,ir,,;Tc6unt. J ,tmn(y vei using ratts.f .J'"" ""-j V'KlBar'thrft l.yill Qtmb, dishoso'of or sell, ' f " y T J . t "T . 1 llfl .. MIRI V rlfiW.AlttrcaBi.fe May 16, 'C 2t. decen6ed'iliaTlng-been:.Eriat(S'4!6ri. tli6: SLi&.t" pgaesj affd4hnit.A?j-fcnotflisposcof'or sollthe Administrator's Notice, ' " !;nfAiirT)r.IHB3bTonKa..:?M:.wi'TanBllii'' nnrnftra .nimntitteaye. s.t inn a.mini'..'nm to unv tt AM, n,i. ,l,n,;t. t,.i f n,i,..,.,t,- nf.i?.,i. jn ,'ifif :thft"rPrnljate.caiirLOLD.dK'alb" eoun-' ' ;-AlaSot"(fe'aetbgly,en thai flll.j;ti)eir JeRitimnto rprnetice' in tbuir profession. itcrtufrddiHoiS66nt;ihaift(afeAviUin''.tU jie.a(Wva ay mffoPf W suiw.w"i,o ik6 immodlaf? payment ; v. May -2rs - iXAJTOBJ W?Jr Admc., Admlnisfratoi's Kotlco.' Vi-ETTEIlS'ofjadirdnjsljaUoii .upon' the 9 . .'Vir."i.i,',- isi ,.r .jtfiitvr .hAArtirrntTPff'..rniThft. Onrlnraifrneil.:On . lTOlwx-rr;nfv,v.T.-.A-:,.w"fl io'2lBth,'dfty:,o;priJ,;80J3, Uy.tPro.hatoiicinn, and that I will uotsell oi dispose cf the Eurt o! uneronee cuuuvy, iAiiii injtuuuiu- ; "gircu- tu .iii.jJWTsuio iibuiwi, uur will I' pvi liuii ur uu,y unv jiuiouii 111 uij etteptoi pesentiithOSiJdegairy:;;iptlienT f employment' or under niy control to do so. catedj ,witliim4hB'tme;pfescri:a by;aw; prjCnlhoun county,- one burrol, 65 to Bo gala. hflr.wiii:DBDarreai.nnu!rinosui jniwyit;u -urc Maoeteditp;ffla.Kejninidi.atcvpayKienti-.. , V I. ? 'Ynttr TiT.. fti'.M'6fiir Mf s', 4 ',1AB.Y ..LOFmj-aduix-".. fay m -'5.- b, itlniijiiiiU'fttortijS'Otico,.,?, E?TgltS qjr AdTOinuilrtiUoB. ugtw the ee- talc-iot jiafiHaiirotnors-uHB utwvuwyn. oall nir;i.lninra noiflinRl.fiiLii1.;fn1irf) nnscnt thein'l il ii I t-B in hen treated' w ihiii thutimo Wescribed It iaw, pr IbeyAyUl be haired, and thosUn- ! klebted arercquestcdcto;ni)ike.pnymcntt! ' Apf23-,y ?Jj...,R-ISGnAM, admr I ,?5 wKSrSS lai trraptedaO.thKtinaei'SiEncdpni.the 81st- day of J'arch, 18(!3T''b' the Probnjn, court of , - ; HobiroOfl'Adeod: all nirionsTiavlnir claims a- i tralnstsaid estate Jircliertbv noltficd to prc- f scnt tbemaajmc, lrenlly nutliMitlcatcd'Hvitliin 'ahc tlme prcecrlbca by -law; orfliey'wm be t barr(,:tta'altl)efSi)iis inni-bteff J0S!lW tsutto E aro reuuested sto" wake prtybenfe 1rf me-lniinu-diately. " '""""lljr, IJAXD, Adm. , IPissoltUion. THE flrui of SxUGE AN'P b CHiEQO h?s hda dissolved bv-nra"ttfab consont. J. llvSargcant having bjtnitsKt out tlio-iuterest- of J. UufimX m i.ivery$utbTe, ' tngeth- er rnwu -ati mo urojwrij, iiuaiia, uuivn hiiu accmfuls of i aid firmi ailfl thtf said rJ.( 11. Satgeniitj n'ono antbotiicd. to settle tliobu-slneBs'Dfjiifirini.nhd 10 collect, tlia bolts and Aicoun' Jue, and will tho debts nnd CfaJttH asitiiul said fiinl.- - " ' . . - 3 II, PAnflnANT, IB--1 rouiitv la.-iueo'a'fviiavinff.uccnjimiHyu an-- same imniuiu ujcueeimi iu uu itsiiv" uiuuin be uudCrSfgnedOiftJlifcUth da AptiJ, ly 1'riic for nhiskcy 10 00, alcohol Ij 00 s43,brthe.PrubatQCmtti Cnlho.uulconu.- per gallon. J B lfURMii.',.At;t. w JTntir.e jaTierebv-"frlento nirnerFons hVT 1 ' ail'J3- fcrtTllS pndprsigncarcspcctfnlly' informs 1H i( puoitctnav-no nns- Tuntea. me jjivurj. Stables of Privottfc Farmer) and is now pre pared to accomfnodftta4 travellers- by convey? ubcetanjr jioin't dCslrcdi flndiffliWJloO ( BtfleSjiilackJ afld'felitt.ltCTSS.Ctjatlt . .Aimnil'rt-of ytaracxncrlinccJiS the mnti-azomant of horses feltcs 1i5m'ohRdcnce la lilsabnity to give iAtiifaciioa to iboso wh way flcSIa hi Aid", and, Ao . therefore doll c&M'to itberaj j&tf opiigeaf ibrfubHc. . . . iJ; SAKGEtNT, ,Kay 16t 1833.. ; Sft-T ejiil in Centre, CberokttJ xoxtriif Ha, Afcrtwir von'tlia 2d day of May,l?6J, ' al, a.ticgro boy, whb says his iiame is Alt' KO'J'rtdMi Bn'l that betelongs to-ThOrnis JlLIfavdCn.cITaI!aaetra (SntitVArBDXtia tsiu'A hM ii wrt tilacKfinitileted. and is aoou.n.ve jeci,;w;n .or eteveu jucuu, uiu. .i , (3f foW 'rs'rwar3, ytt vH'piHf tnd" fitke hist HcSdCirs, tfofnnian3-Ot Ccnsciljf TALIiADUGA Aj rillj W62. J tiSi:llAAV 0HDKK3 SO. K , ii rXdfewjiiBicirAi&soif rrrjJfr, . f. .thandby Col. Qoxte!8 Chief oi OrdJnaTicS - rcuuiTKr.iftn wiin iiip ,ti(vcitiuicu, gfiitBra oEarcnl nrafcaneedr OfdBStUcS stores i lano&JDUttOS Of W-K iaddltt, liarnessr , .Sisdtatteiy-BnppIieSj" his fti1catD4wiit oere-t '2pcctfeLby thBSnfOllirg OlScfWuf this Stale, H hui f,o doifeJls vi be tnida In hj case tinief sj?ArtAeTa -uriiUnnt rirfifinvfrt nnless bv i Vttil"ordHlflwifih iix Cotnraandant of . B' order of Col. vTjto, T, Mofgao, Cem- BiiBdiBe tf CtObKripf for Alabama-." - "' ' luM 1 Wenfex-mt and Adjntani '' 1 "" rr'1 1 " '3 - ' iojtt;t . ffff) th4.7a.TI fit Ri Cfjtlf codnty, Ala UianiaatiKittnolstof April, 1803, . Megro faan who ealls his tiime-aton rc4ai5d8Vg.h8'hclongt4o Mrs. A ifeid boylsbfdark-copper colo'i ahoutS) reclhiBBa'H1s-nbontn6or 18tf ponnds, . in naraonJ&ark 6f the IasB otf s Back . JesaysT .JcKhoTrfD 6o,ht thtflast oi lebro-arv' ' ..'X V" ' -, . Ttie own et 6fU nf gro is ti&lificd to come - TotVardr? fcrOVaVfopertJ' tay charges ana ks -aim awayiiovtie win ce oe . thrt W ftfrrt.fnj' AT r ItfTCTGOUEllY mi i ift."S p -V' j. - kifli or. . . AND. . 3$ in SalJxriBgistsi.iiicrehfthls nd Physicians ownr, package, .State nbiskcyj iK'nuarfli.Tornna'.!a')i:Qiioit-iUiron ailiclavit ll eu in. luo lol-l - ",Wf - wyni T r , , neffinn.'.forre-sale.;othcr than iilivfw:iau&i for due in. inv eiswloruient' oi unueruij tonnai t.ojio(io To JPhysKxans; TBE STATE. 01? ALABAMA; I do solema- 1 will not tiso,seH or dispose of tins whiskey . , ....... , R.tPi-n . "ca-ligcnt or-the State of Alabamu jit Ja-k- i ii , . (or niconoi; purcnascu -lilr.ilimnfK t.vnifTfiA hi" mi' t,rniitrtH rtc ft Miv. i game toe uioro man liny per ceni, nen pront, t.-homicon. jTallatU'ga xiaivaio llarshall SfClnii'i Ulount . Itnadoliih , ine proporuoasw.i i ircmuwr jniBu .h., . . ..--..I, t ..!... .1 : Aiiminisirators notice. T LTTKES of Adumiistialion ImMiig bee? cned on t lie wtiite I ' c't onlhKy of obntcrourt ofKnn.lolph M 1 glHUltll LU IUV IIHUVII ot Nnncv tannin dcc'il Anril 1803. bv the Probate court ol linn-lollih county, nil persons haviiiB; claims gitlii9t snidauilcaroherebvnolihtit to putcutlhuu Ikn,, ;.,i.-.;....rj !.. ii. in.,.- ,.r, '"'v ' ." ".V," thin the time pre- unrnti; nun SSWtS-rTnB SIAlTE 01? ALABAMA V 'Idosol- 10 indebted to said estate are notuicu ioira-. t j a o..,i , ' , . JNtitfWli;, OUll, ...W Ull llll-U HI8IIIVVUUIDIIII. rtviltq imincdiatc uiC'iwnJ. tT.- . , I vomhera lor a tinttl scttlftnientor Bidd estate, Apr. 23. - JAiiLfa il. JIirULIv, Adm.,hl (ie ofllco or the Jttilge of l'robatisof Chero . 1 j " ' jlicucounty, Alabama, nnd that the 8th tiny of Administrators Notice. June not bo it day set for said settlement. T ETTKIiS tt adnrfiilstrotion on Dices-' 11 ! tate' -of inillnw DaVis, tkc. having J to mo Mntiursigucu, oy tuc Probate court 1 ot Cherokee ro'iy, Alimamnon of ilnrclt lHu.li iiolico is here- lite 18 th day said id eilnle are requested to mnkn pavmcnt. Apr. 0. 18G3. Wit GRIFFITH, Ad 111. TO- 4fnt! JUEIR8 OV .TQ3FVII LAKCLEY, DKCUASBll, TOSr.Pn LAXOf.EY, ,f Caswell fount rl Nnrth (.-arotltid. d!l fc'iljtd 0 n tint I of land Iu said county, Which the umU'ralmd nsI.laeJttcnfor. has Sottl on a credit or aW fnm -Kn trlve notice to Baldlielrs to lirovo! thfir idcaty before mo, on or ticford, the Bth day of Jnb nexW'and rcctive their rtepeclivo imnrcs. i - rA. Ilfiihtovcr, Caiwcll county ryiat ioa. uayn, iw ESTRAf XOT1CE, TAltny VP tif Jereminh Collins fiSSnnd posted .btfoicM Lcc, Esq' mio TI. ,., in i ttMiEg toloTtd lioreo Vulc, ohont 8 years omf corner teem oi ins unuir jaw nii, two small saddle spots on Utc left side, Anil one large saddle spot on the right side, with a Mock sfrina across his chnnlders appraised loSISO1 by Jesse B Davis iitiA Siral lliggiu - botharti oft 21st March, 28S3. jip 16 A. TURN tR, Jadgc of Probate. tsraooninvB ieev ut kk !. mbii AiV iss,n1omi hlnfe ive9- lit'hl hair, and btK v,. ... ...... ... . nf- rrnr-mtnrt ni fnffret!boro. Ttorf., On tf.fl 1st dv of Sept. 1862, is tear six feet ft fiVads. tvho wits enlisted by Cipt. Tay- lor , at Giintersvilte Alft.y On thei let day of TTnmfm ntMurfrccsboro. Tend., on. thts bt dav ofEept.,18C2, is abottl five feet ten inch- Wl.tXk dark. hair, Is aboof3 years old, arid byoccupation fcuUk.Uh. Ii6isB..ppoFedto haYcne XaVtafl,. thai apprehension. Of fitsefters willltf oftidor. any 'Of lll&Mi6vc liamcd soHierSr if token Bp anil tclirtned to their command. .f THOS'W lIAMPTONfOapt, ' gomatf.tdB.itfolRossolsRcgt qcn Marfift' ungaoe w vairy... oy ctven 10 an pepsons wiving ctnima nKninsi "i- .uiv, , Baiifcstclc, to present thou legally nutm-ntl-1 daughter of tlccnit, nsltlo in I-nyotville, .n-catcd. witliln the time prcscrihid bv law, or coutito, lent., and Andrew V ttcrson, j they will bo barrcdi'imd persona indebted tp f "' " " Arkanims post odlcc unknown .. , i.J. .. j l.i.ons K. II Initio nt l,iiflt Miillim 1- 1 retaiior-ship ann lonincre is no timer permit : uotton, vweniy nve cohib pirunre. 11 iieu -gie, mat no naa lutuitea a great pnrposo Cr.ALRCAOT,13m,le3norihorSBV. entitled to tlai.n. lot i I '.U xnhMort, Wroaglitthctnission for which AW ti4 ilaIi2Sdr18. al teajiJ'Acr, Ite "iSSritt t.e charged to be pahi by the pureb was ofcfainfrl Of Protldeacd, and !. pVGnAv?--Iaomnli,We with nil there b Hl r.tti '1fc o, Colton remaining ovar one month : .V. , 4 T" t! h "! A L.t.luU wte fto wfftiiell. HSa yoNrfte ft- the dsctl!i if frpfof, totita. wilt be charged ttfmUl iv,bal.pef that Avwg, hehMleftnortunjWhttb, wUstcfntobepntdifhti -n, do- erK J.tMiAlnu' Oct, 18, 1800-6m, hv.ng, ho won d wish to blot," II.s scrfcTS from the a $. A they baring ticea i na tcyr, , Tin Jfapstrak adre I , ...... example, let ns liopO nnd believe, will ftbstfrommycominy witbontgiv.tVU o-.tIishoiit jfjlCOA mWlUJI- survive him, and in tho coming fight isfactory evince of their inability la return -r wlrZlt thlarmy, let Jaekson'i men .bow the orfd that fiwSnhafa eiliefed W CavU Claims l rtpm.I inntceTdancc with the a1 1 BACO in large or small lota. Iwill pa tt .,Iaa(l Jackson shall win ifie neW.w rirtaeAhlm Who his successor wilt be time alorie Y.f-mA Uk r-nH fitkilDlBfT TiV JTirtT.. Ill UirLllVt lliu;s "I s'- oay o cp..f ".S"li'VS,.Z nifff !if T ,wnvd. nactv r .1 ii.. v.wn floWt tnjrlr. TtrrcrMite ana obtain ti e :Tii.i- Mt.'rf.- ihM' : n reasonable tlwrge. no ISScttirith.'saUllfeiMi! -MM h lived, .Bidtawna. yj, J.Z.BRADY, In Shelby connty, Ala., near tie conotj-eite. SttS?liiM8a -r,"r JACKSONVILLE, ALAvMAY 30, 1863. tasaaattssBeasmxiam ' Notice...- "; THE Conrt of County Commissioners of Calliouu eounty, A-In , will hold asnecinl term on the 3d dav of Juno. 1563, for the purpose" of distributing ?,Pund for said county, for the voar -,,, Ti1B 1W ' . ,, rPnp-le.A . r . . r - i,-. " " to send fn tho names of eaoh indigent poldior's family, as is entitled to shaTe in said distribution and who. have not ,becn harotofoie.reported, or they will no excluded from tho benefits of' safd I'l'ob'ate. ward Dickie, deed., and ill my absence- to thonrmy of tho Confederate Stales, I nu-. thorizo my brother, Jolin Dickie, to do ."fray busiuuss connv(t.(l with said estate, oa niy a'-ont. This aotli day of April, 1803. May 10. WASHINGTON DICKIE. COTTORf CAESUS. T,UE undersigned will have in a few days, -1 ,10 X a quantity ot Cotton Oards, whih they imshln urhnntfc on favorable terms, for n,. cii... , ;, Dog, bliecu and Deer Skins, dehvi verod at 'their Tun Yard, 4 miles south bf Jacki SOB- ville, Ala. - 1IITCHELI & BRADY' Apl. 16, 1803. S50 HEWAUD ST U AY ED or STOLEN from the Megs near her breast, A bridle was stolon at he same lime, with an old double headstall - IVlil till an OIU llOUllie licaasmtl auil new raws, oum uu iyushkhi, eecuuiMiiK nn Pnhoft rWnr Inwnrit (inflation, with u 'ncavv set yellow complected negro on her bnrc uncle, bare beaded a nam ot meat in njs Mill pav thonbov ..... I . .."..!... nf """""J" for "V iflfcimarton that -V cad U. Jar recovery. Slay 1 JOS. ' JOHN JlcCBOtn . inoot Iu cuimut u u , ut n rewuru , y... .v j TS h-nhv civen that William F. Jfrans, as s a.i.i,;i,Ioihii,i r iho Mint r irnliom The following are the nercsidenntciri) of said latatr to wit: Joint i'..MciiCe, itutits a "Wi ai-ii:w ', ,u , lf' T ' ! f jwwiw, i Midce, V iirtbti U, Hell, formerly .Martha m. 1'. .MeHec. Alary J. .viritee, i All said Inir.1' and nil other ocrsons interested, vu "in nn nn ruiu u:iv, unu i-iiiiii.'ni anm licnicn' it tiii'V Sic proper. uun unocr my : blind, a' nlli, Jlay, 1803. UJUIUL .1. STAXHIV ill, l'robnjc JtiJee. ! Mny 1(1. ESTRAY KOTICE. m UCt'X nn l.v X.iifv llualirr. and Mr-ted I t,i..'r.lti. V. f 'i.i.l.-ri.r.. li'n.. a lmr fiilv, nlu.ut tliric -.c.iiy old, 14 hands high, wilh white s.rnl on l.rr IcR i.nkle mid smc i May Oih, 1813. .luttgo ot wonaie. ciit.s, ,il.r.;i A Inmr nt.il intimate ai'ttuftin Unco itlt surll I psiitcss joetifies him in tiny ins that when ctitrusicl to his cure, they Will Le priisnnicu to nn ciny uu sutiraiu. prntnpl rclillts to tin ir IttlCH, consiiHing hint n(l i,n.jnf;s3. I lis fctncxcift by special agrt-e- i orrranonnenis viii aiunc v,j;i i,n m pptixnt. nn nmonnis cnncri- g, R.-itianrra of the sin will be made hf i,cikg from the looks, or olliirw'ise if Order- s,i , oLtHnRij' CtAlJIS. "The claiming! ' heir tnti3l proilnto I113 or licr nffidavif, and; (i,-,tofnodt3infcrtstd ptnott, sfaling Uie: .- t- iBomtnE me oruoiinu unc i"", At.t iMn. ,....,.n trt tmr nnner iwucst f' the under- for procnrirrg isdiart'cd sol for tircsrntalion of Si or he will pay on the same nt MKCStno .iioerty ot named below lor Rev I;r it D Hope, Richmond M Blair, Esq., Commiss.on .uctciiam, icu mood. a..,. IfnHri lion V Ewing, M O, h.y, lloaW w-Avery, Aioig awof u. And tLememher&Eenerally of tho Virginia legislature. v.n,ft v tjf Wffina a . Jbie office, BkhmondVa, QeJkto uwt tGotnef of Watirnl Grttn Stritti. 5MJA ALABAMA. J. lUBTQWE, Proprietor. Tt iELS" bsmber, living live miles south of ILLi buy or Bell, Jj Aslivule, St Clair vnuutr. Ala. on the nigh t f GROES STOCK of the 28th nit., n bay Killy three years old. ! nn i i?nrm A'xmTCJ? ' IS nnndS hiuh, somowhat grayish on bar fore u.u JMia"U up. any description ot place, as we baro a it was done, be found himself far in ad- e reward for said naj ; number 0f places for sale, from 120 acres vaiicn of anv other Confederate troons. . SfiB?ifr s:i:iim urn itniinrati, nto o'ciocKip me evening up- wounded nnd CnnlUred moro laukcus Nc.;ja. n-rf UAlMM Vilfl WPPLIUS mid w-' ta J''"'" t" ' ' I . ..ii.... ,.r w.i,r ninoi ' T hero is a good nnd com monious l.ivcry i ,, . . ... . , . tfivfiiTi3 t.t rnnracit r. V I,.!. 1,lHHat4. HOTistml T Aioorman. Atn-timuuit, many, 4 nuiesxuutti ot wtuuiiuot, , , . iKpEWARD.' BEfJKRt'EL) from Co. G, 9.tb Uanullion Ala. Jnfiintry, April 18th, 1803, James Lovell, age sSs eyes blue, hair light, complux-lon fiiir, 6 fcot 1 inchliigh , . Geo. Sartlnj.age 30,. blue eyes, red hair, fair complexion, 8 fety.lQ inches high. John M Hodge, deserted April 28th, 18C3, ape 28, eyes blue, hair black, complexion dark C feet 3 inchralhigh ; all' of vrhem reside m precinct No,:3j 8t. Clair county, Alabama. I win giWBD dollrrs fpriellhtr oi.e dcliv? creil to ino orVto the ebtnraauder pf the .Con-script caiup( Talladcprn, Ala, '::&.Lvm:w. caDt. comde. Tni?-STAJT3B.OP ALABAMA, I Calhoun County -J nPHIS day came Stephen Clayton, Admr. JL- of tho estate of Benjamin D Geer, deo'd. and filed his accounts and vouahers lor a final scetlement and distribution of said estate. It is therefore ordsred by the court that Mon. day, the 16th day of June next, be set for ex amining and auditing said accounts ami for a duel distribution of said estate; it is furtner ordered by the court that notice tbo time aud place of said settlement bo given by publica-. tion in tho Jacksonville Republican, a news- uaner nuhlished In flald eonntvr for three! weeks, ns a notice to all pCrgoiu intn-csted in said est.,lo to ho and Appear at my office in the town of Jacksonville on said 15th day day ot Tune next, to eoutestsafd settlement If they desire. May 16, 16, 1863. A. WOODS, May 23. Judge of Probate. Commission Merchants, and General Jlgmits. GADSDEN, ALABAMA. AM VS. iVJS- PRODUCE wn - . 1 arties oaVtnST JjANnS lO SC11 in UllS oopi.tinn hv intr nn Ha onii crxmv . ' . . .' . .purchasers. Parties desiring to buy winuw acres in a ivzci. m j price from 500 to $4,500. Some valuable Jron Fi , i.ilii . . . , . n 1 nlMJ oprnB ,n n rrnnr. nm wnrwinrr in . uu.v. Pwinnrtil ,My7 rrmcr ower, wr saie. SftoO REWARD. T"t.sKltTElj trom his post iu I hi-tutiiuupn XJ Teun., tub. Tin, 1303, private rntis. K. Turner, who was enlisted by inu the 16th , and uare looted, with lauos can op accomuaaiea wuu inmost ed, pushed on with Ins work, and when day ofNov. 1802, in Cherokee county, Aln A correspondent, to whom wo arc into seive during thewar. Is 23 years of ngo, ' . r ' . p ......u:.. : o,i, 6 reet 10 luchctiigh, fair complexion, black dAu,1,?oJ for tt, f "Vc, n, i Inir and eyes, and by profession, when oa- Alabama, ntho batllo or Salom Church Wojk3, in Cherokee connty. Tbo abovo re- ward will be paid for his apprehension and confinement in any jailor jrunrd house where I nn .l him. S f f't.AVftlN. HnnL I can cet him. S. P. CLAYTON, Cant. Coiug. co. 0, Tlmmasou's Halt. Ala. Oar. May 2 Brig. Gcn'l. Wharton's Urlgutl, WtW HOTEL A.vn - .-. . - w STAGE HOUSE. JrAM. Tiik undersigned res &iiif HMvirntlt' tnfnrina Ibtt mill c? tic thal'he lias opened n new hotel, on t" llle notlh aide O- main Street, ill the liuSrira with he extensive Livery Stable pf Jwues H. 1 ; "nd aceonimodatc the traveling pub- cVOTy motn tin5 Monday, f0rRotne.at ; ssaarasa 1 .. .... , . ..... , . .. accominotlutod. Febi, 'S3. J. It. SARGKAXT. IVOTICJE. Ala. and Ten Klver Railroad WARE HOySEj Bs1 1" W PETTinONB, Successor to "W. Y. LUNDIE k CO. Charge for receiving, gl.. J weighiffg and shipping I par pa i t ,M,t tw 11,0 r,.fHnt;2m itin le ttunt iui IH ,a . luiwr"- ....... - lestiyappmiwihepatriousm or those, t iv t Capf, and A. O. S., Talladega. fif,r 23 St. TSBW FIKiU rrIIE Ondersisned havelormed a partner- i ship in the TAinirtu Aiuainnioo tinder came and style of Mttcnell , BrAdjc. Thcif yard is the same as lhalreecal' ly owned by 'Vernon and Brady, and T Z. Administrators Notice! TETTERS of Adinipistralion'd bonis ton i bnvintrbeen crrnnted to tbo undersigned by the Probate Court of Cherokee c6u'rity Ala on the 20th day of AptH ISSS, upoh'lhe estate of WW. S. PliillipSf deed, A 11 persons having claim atfjust said estate must present them tialmj aust eaad estate must presen vwUWn the' time- prescribed by law, within the time- prescribed by law, or the same will be barred. ....... May Id 1863. t. M. CRATEK, Aa'm. glrtgaf To'txchinic ifot , JJaOon, IiSrd,' . Butter, Chicltcni, Flonr and EsKS, AtBlue Wounfain, Ala.ty. .-'."' Mareolt. S. f. HUDSOST. The Yankees and the British Again , Great Britain, baa bor back up once more hgititirife tho lratikoe3, for indifference in her comniercial stairs. Minis-tor Adams, it seems, has undertaken to to licence trade with Mutauiorap. His authority to do this is indighaully do nied, and the Yankee Minister, according to tbe accounts aro in, hot water,. But so many of these things have oc curred between the lanitco ana lira- isb h Govei'umotit and resulted hi nothing ut eating a little humble pie by one side fc'lb"S';cither.fj'tliat th0;rily!4n terestitidir but ni - t.h a' nth nr. th at til 6)n 1 v- - excited by. ouo of them is an amused eu - nosity to sei which wiij. back out. W-i forpet whose turn it is this time. T?mr, Niwth (Iahot.tva BurnAnv. -The Ralei"h Stato Journal learns that 'at Ghuneollorville Gdn Hoke led his , in ft o) , wh!(jh djlBQgod tll0 j , . .. .. - ... pi "l " uummunuiiig uu.ip ai A breastwork bad to be carried, Tbe man nmvi,l flwnlll7 fitiwnrii. -ITnl'A Inrl : ,i pn nnon !, ,. wm-ks. tha , rVnlr , -""' J . ' 1 '' resorting to the bayonet, lie peshcu in upon tho foe with loud cheers driviug them from tbe works back upon the supporting forces in the rear, who, broken and contused with the pressure of their own men, fell back in turn upon still farther linos of the support, causing ti cencral rout. Uen Lee askeu, "who' the young man was leading that gallant Gen. Ilnke. In this great charge IJoke nna olr nl-nn frnm i a mrsfl w t i n so- 1 Tn his ardor ho knew not the injury he had received, but remount uuus nuuuu. . , . 1. :il. I r 1... aware of tbe aeriousncss nf his wound. rf 1 .1 t ll I. ,1.- no unu oeeti biiois viiruuuii iuu mil 'shoulder, near the joint, with a uuuuie I ball ; and though a portion of the bone ia lt.,'.iri un nvn nl.irl fn lnnrn llin wound is uot regarded as serious." 4.&.V The Bnttld ofSulcin Clmrcil. ,.. , , . , , ! Wilcox's brigade, composod I of tbo 8th 0th, 10th, 11th and 14th Alabama rotr- .1 1 f. .1 . tinnnrn. npnvii niir.if Tiuirn i. inn n inim n whole Yankee division. They knew tlm' all our force, except Wilcox's brigade Was near Cltanccllor-ville, nino miles distniitfrom-I'rcdericks-btirg, so Ihejr attacked our brigade un der the most lavordblo ctrcmin-tanccs to thein. Tftcy cll.irged on oilr lino nnd J rut, atilirml'v VmOnml nili nHriifmnt. tn Inn left, but Still Our men hold their purf - . , .. . i, ollicorB and men of this brigade think ixm 0i&z TM Silt Alabama carried .inlo Iho u . . . . ... conclusively that though Into in tho field they nro (rue patriots nnd worthy a place in those regiments; that have already made a name for themselves. STONETTAItl JACJiSp?r. Tho Richmond "Enquirer" of tho 14th says! Of Jackson it tnay hd truly said what can be affirmed of but fbw men that have lived in this groat slrng- IJ t - can aeveiou. ii mav nos uc oui ot T. .. .. , 1 -. . . . . . , " Ljt.i. r -iLr tv. t: 4-t,it wishes in regard to his successor shall be respected; if indeed, it bo true that ho expressed a preforenco. ins AlAnAMu inmons yo m had the pleasure of readtng a letter from i-rr , . . geonr v,. ..uu .u regaro l. nnmn rra iinru rTi i ti irji iiuiiuii.. ii n i'H . id North nor says ne . uouwuueu uuur we order ot JHOem vm, ui tneomcers taken in Alabama found serving" Wl'h armed slaves, &o.r , The Governor is not certain, .from tha information 11 -tbi!?, ,0ba!?ct!'i a right to roako a Sinn- whether he has lor demand for tbo private, but haa do- Alabama, in which th Gover-- f ' .WiJ, . ""I""'"- " J . . . , 4i,ll"ftC. IvtlYO, MIA lh. MIRII..f . hllfl fnn.t. termined td make vigorous inveStiga-liotf of all' the" faetf., nod turn 0Vory nieansV iit hii power", to brirlg tbo traitorous wretohos to a puhnishtnont boSt-ting their crimes.. . . -. We greatly ndmiro ths spirit of Governor Sho.fertia this matter, and hope" to see his' example emulated iiV fivcy Stato.omc.Cwrrficr.-" . .. - .? l,.3 6(0". WHOLE NO. 1379' BuRut Place of Gbv. Jackson. It is to be regretted that the remains of Geu Jucknon couW not be iuterrod near those of 'Slouroo in Hollywoo'J, that beautiful spot, so near the theutrji of his glory, wher-j every breeze wi'lh his rcuowiij and the luurnutriug waters, ns they roll solemnly by, seem to attains theniselycs to sweet yet mournful melodies of the grftye. But, in hcc6rdaiicn wiui a ciesi re aaiu to nave ueen exurea- J sed in his will, the body of tho fallen In- i ro will be removed., to Lexington 'Jfl.iis s was his pla.ee of residence before tii 1 war j nnd there, for years a subordinate ! professor m tiio Military Institute. h lived and labored, unknown to tho world, and perhaps even to himself, till l(.J V iL 1... II i.l . , euuuu mru uy x roviuenco to play a Pttrt in. afr:i's of mankind wlndi'Laa borne his name to the romotest corncrn of the earth, and to achieve a fame that will bo grand and enduring as the eternal mountains at whose foot b- was cra dled,; whose-long shadows, like those of a6lU'Kta')itotto'0pthQelra.l, will conseoral i his Crave?.'an4'wli0S0 loftiest ninnnolos :iio..: ' ui:...:... , ,. ; will derive now sublimity tram tiiuir as- ' sooiatton with tho nnmeot Jackson. i a- " A Sad OcouniiRSCK on tub S. ,W. B. R. Tuesday, 5th inst., a lady by the name of Mrs, Brown of Randolph comity, who was On a visit to her relatives in Airinrinnq nnmn tn ihn nun in j return home, sho unexpectedly met her ginia, on the same tram. Tbe Bhook was too great for bor. She swooned away and could not bo restored, nnd died in a few minutes on (he train, what sad newK for her aged and widow- " ed mother. Son and daughter both brought home dead at tho same timti. Macon TeUgarph 8th, Sonn pcoplo cry " penco," " pence, " while thero is no pence. Let us cry ffar i 1 war," whilo there is war. Louisvillo Journal. While you aro crying " war." " war," George, your old brandy-soorchod stom-aoh is crying " icarter l1' Robol. THE DRIFT OF THE AVAR. Tho Richmond Enquiror in som'd rat mark on this subject; says : "It sorely most bo plain at last that this is to bo a war of oxlermtnattou. Sooner or later wo will liavo to accept it upon this footing. In I'onnsy lvunin aro rich farms and cities ; and there is flro-wood in Philadelphia It will go hard upon Soutliorn officers and men to enter upon this horrible kind of warfare ; but 1 J'10 must oonuer a peace ; wo mnst cltlar a jt turouEh davaitation " e?rnnM. m'1 aG f paw- w u fef Peaer i b- V n mt.nl mnT,n Ihn Inn nnn tn- .1 n.t.l T,U liiuab luunu bllD ,tU IUI1 IWl lb, Ull't j pray for 5 1, or it will nover come." ".Novo? was tenor irutu moro utty spok.n. rrom tho Sbutbera Confederacy. AN lCCIDEft'T. An accident has happened which pals' Us in pS3scss5on, of tho following leltor written by a gentleman of this city to his wife, who ,w&saf the time c'ri a visit Id the cOuiitry We publish an'oxtract from the loUor, fcli"bving Ihnt it trill be equally entortaining to any other man's wife who may chained to he visiting lha cottn njiBjmv'od of Iho news in regard Id tEo tiuttonOvonts at home: Atlanta, Slay 18. "A distressing nccidett occurred at the Railroad crossing on Salnrday last which I have riot seen ! mentioned in the papers'. You know how careless persons are in crossing when trains are iiassinei Iho Only wOu- , wnen trains are passing ; mo only wou- i Ucr 10 merig wat accidents we not mow t,f T ii.u n. .....it ..j Cf '"A "if t t T ! fraclr, leading by ther hand' ft icautifor :tr..t.. .:.. ,. tf , k . ....... 1 f s. have 8con a more 'lovcl littla ; crealnr0j g,)0 8fleme(, fcfr 't6 di ' nine Kin some nve or six years oiu l " lenlless wheels of an enemo. Bat tho ' . . j-i -a . nnmia(3fuf 0f the neft- orj0?0!lcI, . lhat g- ,0 tta j g4nger depot tfneonscious that, death hovered f o . nfco? their1 pathway when ',1. ti.fc jiX. 1V over and dreadfully mangled nn ugly ,. s ( ,t, t,ii dog: that was trotting along nt lha heels of a smb'Bidsd aiffger. 4 CosTi.Y, T'bo Ctocihn'i'f ' Ifftquirsf saj's: " Tb'epfcpsVationsXor tho atinoki Oft GharlesfOn 66stone hundred ario'Sftjf miHtousF. !tli6 fight lasted hut 1iIf.'ani hour, or at Iho rale of n"e,'niillioft(lol kffr ppr nnnutev' Of tho v,. ? 2 an - "r-

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