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The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1858
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079921:00120
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: KMNSCHR.' not hnvc n contention 10 amend their I the i -- -
*. con 10u8 .Representatives of the Congross !some of the Statts. This was Ih "- -- -.
'FtUo citittnt fctitutibn either on the slavery or any other ;: u( United Slate" The dele' lion of K.III.S.IS cun'I', I TIl.}' rl"I.1 I > -' -
\ o' the Senate when it j Ail l prapriatiomSaAictent -
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iICtilC IW and question, and hftvo adopted all necessarymeans : I gates thusissemblcd ", Hrst m/lt pp.-.." com t '
+ IEIUT.fUtHi srarec Jlovtrof Jirprennlatitei : IIII determine to bo numittcd uiuKr the ( att" > illydeAtlenry ,thins necessaril/-C; ;
'for giving speedy effect to tho will by a vote 'nether if i is f..p. ; .t 'J. and < .-
Whfn.w, lie conJition of thocourilrj wish of the l tt:'lva. Ir icqifirvs fTm3fl.l'render | < also prov.dod. for raisin Vo ( '
compare of the poIlle
2 Thus ales Kans.u
majority. of
t/1 1LaYlptt'$1tC1tDATDT question thcjroposed Slat to bo menu o(
: the of volunteer-for purpoj'ff
; At the with mass a population eolleeldin i the '
> day what it '
present
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1 ;" W& would hate been immediately and finally !': & tho In ion at that time and, if K, new at alt !f h V* lUg' "Murhanc. in ,he TerrffZ
wa ,
'I. Speneer 4iCo. :one yr ago, nt the meeting of Con I Territory Ilola'g.t1ou"i. I V
11 grew, we lIne much reason fur gratitudeto l\tl".1, ( circumstances I sulmittrdto I 11111 all proceed to form. : constitution, and / to unite them on anything like : fixed i Irnrts'rlhe; protection of snppb,. .nd
41't. Ltiyi.Btai .1- the Almighty }Providence which! has Congress the couslilutioii ,thus framed of n'Vsary steps for the ('stLlil. policy. K.slabli t tie rule, and) a'l I will I'jouk 'otlilil1lnlfn,1 the snppres.Jon of IndmiTtherowas
-T.. F.. never filled meat aato! government in conformity forward to it and themselves frontier" .
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.. to nttet pose for our relief at govern Ii.
: with all the officers
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A already with the Klcral "
neces utution.
tlft inoat critical of tlectl.1 c'OI+ Af'.tr this i fc'\linKlv. I m eats :into seYJcasion to call thf U"rply':

: _I''C. 'O' U 1UPTJ.o\-- One year ago he period sectior.nriitrife 1 our history between sary to put the State government' into operation co""lilltiq.h,1 have: Ll'1 for "cl. Con to the people of the se\er1 i "lonJI1ate felt s- I there had been 'I

c r 'Ift"> MUU1.. prim*-ii Adrutf. the North and the South on the lane ; ICcoRlpnie'd by of the A'strong admission recom grr : Crr. out :ho principles of pojui-- 8talt requires that this: rule! should be estnblished I !selecting I. so g embarniwrn nt 'h,::
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one subject of tUvery, hAl l Again become State. Iu the sovereignly and non.inll'rvfntion. fiavo by Congress. .::d State i i' entitled 1 of our brave and patriootas the number'
as a of loft
4t A.Vttnamcm will be inserted on the to intense as to threaten the pea re and (perpetuity long life I have course! my I "the .ol. and manner of its approval tu'. \\ senators and reprcvMt.Vtivo i: to s-rto Ih.ir country in Vw'tens .nxioq,' -

'" '. ."lac,Urns: of the confederacy. Tlic public never performed any or ntification tylhe ptoplo of tlioproposed in Congies, Should lh j eopli of I apparently dangerous eipeditlcnan Cabal j j 4 .
application official act which in the I I
has afforded f ato" bo { '
11; O.. DelIarer: square ef twelve lines, or for the admission of Kansas n State me more heartfelt retrospect sntiofaction. Its'I I to hy law, tle States fall to c'cil Vico 'resident. [ his (\'fr f"'I.lu.1 thus may I 4"IUI j ic '
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1tlj.r for that. first iD. rLion. A liberal disowat into the Union, fostered this unhappy ngiUtion admission) could have inflicted I II 81.1 they '> Iltl.1 be admitted into the I the. power devolves! iiNn| tht- Senate to so t This wisilom And economy, If" .
no possible! Union State under such
n': consiitntionthus lest this! olik-i-r fiom the two MitlKiont reinforcements to Utah l'j-
will be madft to yearly advertiser Mid brought the whole highest can.dislales are ellh\
snljt-ct cmcc t
human
injury on. being, whilst! it fairly sad 'legally made with or without the list. In or the death I li hed not tin but -
/ All advertisement, marked with the more Il(fore Congress.! It wm the desire I would .11)brief I. on case only by event, in the I' :
oaabcr of i..rtioDIl'f'Cloirt'd.iIl be eontintd of every patriot that such measures of K-g- to .! period, Ji.ive tulles restoredpeace Union. "\.ir,, as said o".liLUliol may prostrioc. of the ll"i.I.I. the fire President thus I opinion' of those who, from their position ,

+ ''tt .atil forbid, an J, charged for.OaYaqvare islation might bv adopted .11 would re- j I In that event KaWIII.1 the slavery harmony question would 11 ; held rAn elected by tIl 8\'lIall I In-come' Piostdciil, '' and 1 c'lporlunilit'5. are .the most capnUo ot .1! ,
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I election was throng out Kansas of tht ) States On nil of ]'t ; J
move the rxcitenu-nt: from the Stale Ulill'.1 questions I I r.'ct JUC t. General I .
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for six month,.. ... .. .. ..|10 00 ere this have I been finally -ettled according ; in of the c.f IIi, "
confine it to the territory ,there| it K-gili- 1 I pursuance provisions legislation, til. !.falu."'. from the stnallesti ti Johnson, tin-commander of the ( _.- :.
1 the
LetaLatitberbneiaeettArJli. peran..r 10 (H) to legal: ly'fxlresx'I will of a nnjorilv act, *>n thosocotid day of I : oren I
: August I.t. and Slates! of the Union hate .. 1
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mately l elong. Much has I i an '1":1'ot. ;addressing 116 Secretary rom Ft.
been done I
for Letter of IdraiaUtration of the voters! and l H'pulai | it resulted ,\ .
the .
Application I | 1 .
rejection
j ant lallrl'ylo wards) sovereignty I by n largo ma j with thus* from this largest. Tho I I.ridger, 1.1'r date of 18 .1557 3'
...... .. ... .. .. .. . . 5 I tan 'I nay, the accomplish-I I 1\ would thus have been indicated ill a cor.slitulioiul jority, of ,silo proposition submitted to thohope _. be in tin* ,:11 of : the OtcI..r ,; .
j j anent ol dais object during the last session' may "ait regard tn satiflctiol expresses opinion a large
Ko'lic to I) Uor and Creditors .. _... 8 00 | manner. L C" This iho !
> of CongreM.' | ) re. bring .IM', : treaties": ,nth of Executive appointments. furor( j is sent lite. from the nature of tlm'

I$\ Application for di.mi.al as Adm'r In
1 i Announcement. of Candidate.. . S 00 had previously decided, that all American ( purpled l no other course. It i is const it niivii, preparatory to allluis'ion into whilst it conforms in principle with tile S 1".m'1; ] part is inevitable. Tlii bconsidered I t

Hill for Job Printing& loud br paid on the citizens TMVO "1\ equal I right to take into true that :u an illli\'ilual.! I Ila,1 e\pics-cil the Union, but not until their number, character of a government in-.itulol by necessary}', lo terminate the '
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., delivery oX the.ork. the Territories, hatevcr i is held an an opinion of the, both Lcfort,1 during the session ns ascf-rtaliioil' l by a ceii-us, shall ego-sl or sovereign Sl"\-". I presume no ..1ulericulcitizen "l|'eedily nisi more economically than "w -_ .
:. property com'l.'lliol, in favor ol 1 !11lil. ('\lcl mho, ratio: it-quired to elect memj would tin attempted I.insufficient -
under the laws of of the States : .lc"irt slightest s hanticin means '
any the .
I sass enne. -- .;: L.- MITU1ILLOETTIS : aaJIO hold such property there under ihegiiardianhhipof ttilion ting remaining well cII",1 of the oiiibti-j i j ber to that Iloiisoof Kepreseiilatives.It the "rrI "IUIIIt Still: i js it net unjust I J In the 1 ealllinl', it was my ansions desire .:
I as :1.lllat concerning slavery, is i probable in the .uttStntc ofI
ho federal no .re 1 and l uncqu.il o the existing St.iti-s to illyrt + that the Mormons should"yield: obedi- .. : .
.. & MITCHELL, constitution so\ .i to the people. Hut, acting iu an otteialcharacter tile cielhllta thirst bo .A.
long as the territorial condition shall I CUIslilmiol can some-forty or fifty thousand jnoplo tcollected -10 to the constitution "1.llh'c laws with. '\r'wiyl .
remain.
AU.raepA C.nu.eUon nt L.n\v, neither m\self nor Ilml lawfully (rllni.II're to fh :
any I.,1 Congress n Teritoryill the retiileiing: it to resort lo inilJi-: .
aurtutt neccessary
-: ANUtfOTJLRY :- authority had tho power to tllc., by KII"f: IK fore its population shall have of ,
This is now A well established : icjudgo sovereignty' t them on un | t any forte. To aid in accomplishing tin obj
PUD LIC.FrUilrtet. pOllion.an.1 ,
i f l i of( 111l e.\I\'elti".IU.I.lodar! : r this d! Nor i's it (:
Irorce.lll' :dc. with I
: the proceedings of tile last scs'i.nlwere .d..tatlllnlttr. equal fool.ng Virginia and New York j Jretlalefnled( itA.IrIaILLinApnlbust, todes'- .
;
nJit.. CC.U'3iriu4 J. ; j ( which it had framed to ,|, to bo presumed that I II '
ther sad
jilone :ar'r expoconvulsed in the Senate' of the United Stars I ? I, pHtch 1 1For two dihtinguishfd' cilizvnsof
to it '
'I Tur-'u.. wanting give 11rlcti'al..f'cr. j III I a nullity. lo done his( would in tho ti'Tutorial laws ; I Unilv .
.
1:1't resisting they these I Suites Jh.'ra.1'uwell
I ( Tho : earnestIr rr and [
lyl ha
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feb. 10\1&.1&:5.: principle been rt"OI' ( ,,
recognized, I I (Uulob.
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have been of the ullCl '
------ ._- !in some form or other by an almost! unan- I j }Nebraska 11li:! 1 will atli-nipt 1\1.1..pt! a c..uilll.1 in ipies -\ I nenIII.. passage: \ of a general ac.t, which Utah. They' bora. with them n proclama *
I ae.lidl Idt the people! of the l \'iolatiul .>f ih'- provisions an net i lh ', MdJrifscd
imous vote of I mill Houses of ,1a.lprl\i.I. il tl"'II"| .application of :i : ti"l by rut self to law ulh.bitapta tit
HART :
O. B. Congress, ]
I that n Territory !has a right to i Territory "r.r.ctly irot to f"ll and I regali ] < f lr'V11. Ce''. During llu* session of 18.VJ, l trrriloiinl hgislature! dcili'iing their beliefI of l'tal. datei-l on iho sixth day of that
into ,
4'1' Aturaer at Law, Ac., come i |late their "" ,': institution-tin thcrunuway. ': 'much of the time of I +l 'tiii- I '' /
4 thc! Union either ns! a free or slave State, i 1' urc w.is oci ( |thai :11' Tvrriioiy y.llril' a number (.r', 1..111/1. warning them of ihcir hUt condition >
."" ra.nII .- Mibject wdy to the constitution of d on |ld Qb qinsiioi' y according to the will of a majorityf itspeople. i I' iilinitiing > which, if ill : Slate, would 1 ,, hopeless it was on their part
COXTINL'E hi* rraetiee, in the I j the United Stale*. It would equally II\e uu.ler the conslitmii.il. \ "'lll, I j title to elect of I lo in billion
n the
WLL The just equality of all the :States: I 'l'lcla 111.1 1"II..r CoiigMS-, peiMsl againl: '
ortlle Elate and of the I'nitoU I tiolaU-il the Unirc
r great principle ppularwrenri4ult j I i loa I ly the ,(. \. the last ns-ion tvnsj doi i it shall bo the nnd '
fUa" ". 11. trtftv thai hi* liabitml .tlentioa 'has thus been vindicated and a fruitful I j' \ I' duty of the President to'j States. otfcring those who .luuJ: <
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!. bu.ine.-.-will secure him a contin- :' source of dangerous distension :' .at the "I."liol (It 1 our inslitu- t; voted! to the' question of. its admission; un C iiiso a ci'ii-hi of the illf.ilnl' to bo la- I Ilit to the laws H full pardon or their '+

lust of the kind rue rt he ha U rtrtufortrtived. tin'in has }been removed.Whilst among j if li"ls. to. deprive the people of tho porter I dor ihu I-ecornp'on (H. li'llitl.' Surely I Ij 1.111, nnd i if( found !uf'i'II. 11:11 by the 1 1Uiiits pa-t Mdicons: anal treasons At the

such has [been the beneficial ten- they thought proper to IxcrrisC it, ofjiconfiding 'j 1' it i' not unreason:dil-to. require the pi opie -, I l of this act to :111'lilO 'm to pio !j I sniiitune, I :bulled tho, who should I- 1
1-y to elected b
r. Tampa Dee. 2G, 1H7. dch-gHtes ) th"I..I\c 1 "f Kansis to \\Iit.; before 'I. seal "in heir vv.it'* frame i tiu
: dciicy of your I legislative! proceedings .ollt.1 j making n I I\I to .1 State i | liboilioiiHgainsUhttUiiited :
r ( | the triisi .f t! \ Icr..i.1 .
side of Kansa, their!! ;:iuSucnco has nowhere I, framing l : cOlitiluliull. with tI I |ihiid :altinipt uiiiil tho iiuinber of thfir i .II.lilli1 prep ratotto :"lri".itl into :J i: (.)' must expect no further lenity,

; 4 L : JAMES T. MAGBEE, been so I happy as within that it : out requiring them to SIJjl'c their constii-;, i inhabitants. Ilal1tllt to ninety-three' I Iihiiiisiiiid the Union. I(110 f'.ollel.lllnt an dpI I Ii but look In (lm rigorously dealt with au. ,,.q."' !r
f territory
a Alf.rncjr V Comiftollor at Law, self. Left to and control its orals to the tnu611Cxpene, and delay of (..ur Illor.1 :al'1 l twenty.: Iu- i i |pioj'.riiti'jii may be 111,1", to ciiablo< the ,, conling to their Jr"'rts. The instruction*

ti t --: .aX :- affairs in ire own manage way, without the own a second election. It would! have 1'1.11 ill'' ringlhw; (brief 1.a.J I tinhanuonv: of the I 1're 1 1Slutcj !ithtul to lake a cuisiis of the iM-oph! of.( I, to tin-so agents, a. well as a copy u( the

$ llltltttt- j1,, ki. 'h 'vrmittmrt ...-".iittfn revolution.rtf pressure opposition. to many precedent.... in our his. ,, ; as will ; I great IHIMIIOSS interl i ]Kanstiv. 1 proclamation, nnd their report of iho 3Jof +.

Tampa, Ffortia.ofrf p-ka organization and all resistance to the( 'tho, republic/> -n/vll, of.hale in adnnssfdn'IJ"| l>(otu Ilrho,.". ,,.' I', <-,1 this- country. demand l"atllH, |K-iipIo' j jagfialion'o'n !' The present rondiliotftf< the Territory I I July la)t, thai they hatefully, confirmed.ilia I1 .

tr O. Vr+*Lli* St., opposite tae territorial government established [by Congress rios as States into the Union, without I!',, by another! 't'J'J'm"| I t trt I HfJ .Y>.U *Ju;n iuttllASs'iia with what it was I ,opinion. .-t 1 I a\ ryt-l. .

'...rl./fe...'..a1 have been finally abandoned. As a previous vote of the people approving their : ;:< quo-lion. I Itt wotlthfar; a sholieiitc I.t lime '. I lion. I h was<: I I.Ill a .late oTTjTC2 i ..1'.7 ,siillg relnurremrn- __

C\lEL' natural consequence} that fine Territory oon-titutioii. i!I and acting in ol'licnce to 1lw. hangs*i I l".Jjl'w. ,Illll. cost what il might' the char- ,-1t"] iney stale, that they "*ro' firmly _
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C. \.J\L now appears to I IK tranquil Rn.ll'ro"rcrou..1) I i is to IK lamllIl.III"t 1 '1\-stioii so will ginkinto the 1'iiioti without! the ruler i'f the governmetil ii-quiretl that ilprl!+!>ocJ'ill tho 1 belief that 11,1 preaenca -

ATTORNEY: AT LAWbHollrltor and is attracting iticn-a..5ng thousands, of j; insignificant> \\II\n ,. ,.. in its practical slightest impi-dimeiit 'this n 1.li.11 shua'ilsi| be *tlppri-s .,.,1| ah'! the ''1 that :alT hero and the largo additional,) ,

IH Clinuccry.W immigrant; to m ke it their happy hum,. I clarets on the peoplo of ;\analr, whither i i, Tll.s: excellent! proxi-io-i, whii h Cli'grrsh.1 \0 Haul.0!! iipi-1'e-l! \ ttiti-ld obi-diem e to, I force, I that hid lain orderid ti;. thisTo'rilo- %. .,

i h ILL I'RACTICE in the .liffcw .iirt. of Tho past! unfortunate experience of Kan- j a decide: ole wav or (ho other should hate 1 aI'1tied lo Kalis', oll:ht I to bi- i-\i! lid 'h. t.I'li-titu'loii, arum the laws. Ill ordel toucomplih 'rv were the chief indu.'einents that caused ..

t the Southern Jk K..t.rn CircuiU and ill1'j sas ha+ enforced tile lesson! so ofled already 1 kindled suoh a tl:imo of exciteinen! f..1 1 anal rcii al.UJtl.e idea of resit ;

'i i the Supreme Cavort of the Stale taught that resistance to lawful authoritv:, I j' throughout that e,1uuur. This rctK-ituii i play lureal'ur !Mik adini-sioii! i i in my la-t anniiil, : message, I :q'|H>inted a; :': 'ting the authority ( e United :"tAle.-

1 .Ofr*-i* tin C.*rt Ue* *. 49.ly. under onr form of government, cannot fail ]' may prove II Ilea l-s-oii I of \\ wisdom and) i into the 1'llinll.i ;. i 1.1 guy r"or insfe-i-l! of : 111'UI .\ less decisive I p.licy would probably haw i'
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1 Tanipo Fl -. Feb. lath IRS -- in the end I to pmvedi.aslnrostoitsnuthon. of 'warning for our future !u .lnc... J'n.o- 'I Whil-l (I'ollgre-s poc.r. the UI.I.II.t. and! nthi r I fedtial olli--es to lake the |pl!:<; ,, resulted' in n long bloody, and unair.

OsllAL Had 1 the people of the Territory yielded tie-ally considered the question: is simply i Psi\ power of admitting :a new 5'ate into ih<.- ot 1 iln>v who, con-til'ing! their 1..r..I.II't 'war" .

1 : oWdience to the laws enacted! by their Itgislature .I,.Ii whether the pt."I.f! lira Territory nhould ,, 1 Union, IK ever Miiall miv, be the number i -.a"c'I.: had.: fotiiiil il 1..1. \\ |. These get-1:I 1"1\1 conducted th ms Ivea !.

ATTORNEY AT LAW i it would nt the present moment j 1 first tome and tln-n shah:;.- ., (of Us irih ilit.-itils, lt ti. power oiiglunot. (r"I'III"- 'lerritoiy.. To protirt; these civil 'to my llic 'salufaclion; and rendered ,

:. BRUQKSVILLE. h have contained H Iarg..IJiliona1 popula- :1\ provisiitns in their c''tistitlil ion not : i iagreeable in my opinion t 'lee ,-\,-/.ii..1 i before fliei-rs, and. lo aid! tin m, ns :]M,.\te row. n-i-ful' ,.t'i'e' in cxei tiling :ho hucaueiutentioim 1 I

!/"..**Jo County, lion of industrious, and enterprising citizf-ns ;I Ii lo liftn! .elves, or accomplish the ,i! i lh. p"I"hli"1 hall amount I" the rai. ,i/fIIit. 111 al.\I..lti.H..f the law m c.i-e I If of iho government. ,w"

U-lj tlariJ*. i who have bt-en deterred from entering its very ":111 .1 jerk by remaining: out ..r the i r.-.ju: 1.tl.* art for the, admission ol I i iKaiias. of Dei-.l, I 1"1. :1 ti:,'I.I.I"I> nf tin- It :'I i atfor.ls mo great satisfaction to 1

t I lnrJt' by the existence of chil strife and,. Union and framing another constitution in 11.1 th's; born prt-vioti-Iy lie :pmt to li.. I to I'l :th The Gate.thai ( foveinor Cumining has per..

1 DR. JOHN P. CRICHTON. organiz rebellion. I accordance will their "il'! In cithuir \rule, the country would! hhfi i-inpid I all I ,,,, lh."II\. :1.'II.lly "".. tln.se lutan r'r m is 'formed I his duty ill :U able and conciliatory r.
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) tTAVrSO PEHMASESTLY ICATEI it in It was the resistance to rightful Iutllori.! I case, the result would tI precisely I the I;j i the evils: and rlli, -rullllllr3 to tthu: I h illa.i I"W i]< moiistritrd.! ( lanl'r. and with the happiest effect.i .- f '

Jl Tanpa, re.j>ft fully tiffcru hi. j.n>f.-..ion.lMr ly and the persevering attempt to tstablish same. The only ,lilr IJ
i >i"," t* the inhabitant the City and .urr I revolutionary gunrllment under the that the obj-ct would have been much :I. Of course, iIII.1 lo ui>jn-l to ;ivl' ,,, \.11 1 j.lh.t his pro. L I mi.tin.n, in thr metitioiuiii; the valuable services of Col.Th'mik .

",,list etBtry. I Tojx-ka constitution which the ,attained and tho f and l ,!,: ;of I L. Knuo, w.ho, from motive
13. 14 tf.COMMISSION caused poo I sooner I I"cifcltiul i< ,, thi rile a retro-peclivo apptil';ttiun. !l ivlo an indeprnduiit '"I'II.il. an of '
f ,%aaika. JUM llll.- -- .- -- .- i pie of Kansas to commit the grave error of Kansas more "I jHdily ., -.n i c.xrll.11 a St-ite whiih., inti lij> 11 that iioiinciiig;, ;; I.i. purpo-o to resi-t: l I.y force of I polo I'l-iievolenco, and without any official 1 \i j
"' to vote for delegates to the convention admitted Mate tie last session al- -miltl.e ot the Utiiti-d! dar user or 'uni.iry compttuation itod .'
W AKEFIELU & CO. refusing as a dming pa-1 prnlic.: .r tin* 1"\rn"I.I. has .111 St4tislroi.ps: i pei 111' j: : i
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I to frame a constitution under a law of C-n"r css. ''I I I ve'ldt'! formed its "ltl.li"Ion.: : el..1 its urn HUT own 'rclill.t. "f 1 -("h. |1\!' this 1 tl.lI: during the last inclement \inter, "

: MEKCIIANTS.Hi. ': not (dcnu-d to be fir and just in its provis-- My I rl..ommellltn.: 11\"cvlr. for the I ,, legislature and .other "lli.vrs<, and I inow he rcqniri-d all the frt' in titTeriitorv! 'for the ptirHiso| of contributing lo the pic- '

-. C1N 93, Mtgaiine St., 1 1 icIC. This refusal to tote has l>cen r iboprolific I ilm..lilc a.li.iun Kansas: failed to I I I pal pared to outer tho (I'nioii. !1! to ";.,1.1 i 1 thrnl'rl5I'' in rc.nline"** to lan'l: it'alill (.f lilt Trrrilory. 1 _'

, MW OKLKAXS.Dee. source of all the evils which have 1 meet the approbation of Congress. They I II ,i I The tale! oilijlit, t. be nd. p'l-d! I win'tin r :;:. nt a IUII'II'retire to ii-pi.I any In.1 : 1 111 happy to inform: you tint thoijovfinor j
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w, .l r.I.\(1 In then hostility to the territo I II I deemed it wiser to appoint a dilferent inea- we consider itbcarin 0:1 11,1. as I ,ilch invasion.:' and I ,.! .. >li-heil! ninrllil, and oilier civil officers of Utah, are Q H
r 1..1.1.
JI, 1'5'7. -- "- I gotcrumcnt they disregnrded the prin- Mire for lie settlement of the '1Ie"liuI.- :;( lh" Territories: or lip-Mi! I tin J,--., .1 ihet l.ISSnon it- date! throughout' :tinTerrito- now 'forming their appropriate function .

.r IOUQH EDGE LUMBER cilleth olutl"l.v! essential to the working of ] For my own part, I should have l'I.1iJ.. ;t cxistir-jr Sta'ts.' IIIof the serious! illsenioiis it". 'I In-i- proved l to 1 I.- no i.ll.threats..- without. ro..iIIIIC" The authority of II,. Ii

LARGE SUPPLY on hand, nt @7.50 perThousand. j' of ;government I that a majority !.'! ling 10}'iet all}' assent to almo any con. which 11\' pro/ailed ill 1 'onre.. 1 1'ort- lr.il! :i-r and Suj-plv: wer.taiatcd l .I.lilulil.1 ai.d tho laws 11ne t lat en fullyretored r f

.A fif tlu.se who \'ole--I.t the nnjrtfity who 1 !; tit! "; : meisurc to accoinpll tin; oh' !: throughout the roan 1'. woiil! 1 IHIVI-I' anal burnt down by' the .Moimoii-. tieptive and peace prevails: throughout! thoTeintory. {

J. D. n.\\ G tall P. j remain at home, from whatever I II I I. thi-rcfort', ccd rill.- l ..tal ,hed of hrfllr : .
.. I may cause JTt. cO/liI1) icquii ui I been avoided! had ihis .1..1 e >o h onr auup|"> a afti: : 'r allele:
Tanya Jun 5.*:'8. 13.t f. I -tu"t decide) the f'lul of an election. j I what has IH.M>II (.nl!. the I EI rs were A [Hirtiur. of tin Iroopl'ent to Utah arc ,3

7 L I i, For this renlll. seeking to take advantage.s I promiso, Amy! Ill'r"\'c.lll,! ".\
'FLORIDA BAKEKY7H of their own error they denied the author /i.'i.n <.1" 11. :: K'insai into flu new TI'iriii-iy, jieop'o, fool .I.tr--ri-iit; St!tal: .'- li"I'I': alt: ii.-n.'ial.: Naiivoti I.i-giiin.; to 'miles-outhwe-t! of Sdi taLe ; and .

_ l L1F1TETTE STEEET, :!I icy of the l'ollHnti1 thus c'co.llo rrall1'I : I Ii Unioii" upon tho terms II'I'r.il !prescribed.I al.1 I from, foiei' n ( otin'iii'.s 11"1| into 11. I for, -tampi.Uthe :ailuiriN; 1 ol" the I I'liiti-.l Mate the ritii.iiiider: 1:10 Lt'l1 ordered to Ore- ;

i n constitution. I Under throt.lieuu' I tli- ; : their th.- ) Inwhole. dun to J".lial hostilities 1
I rslbicharc,1mlrwie.l lal.I.II. h r-orpo-e i.1 1 iipprovli; tii'op- I. 1.lrl l ri-s !1.1 ( suppress /
.. (Veer 11* JfclkoJitt Meeting Ifonst.) J' The c.u"lIliun. notwithstanding-n, procettlcd i t 111..111.1! t'nlllllllllnll, the people! of! (','".Jiti,". 'Iheirtii-t 1 duty |Is' tl" 'ni-i Kcs (''"11'\ 1".l"r'. t.ieiii! : al.I.11 tin.ir (II links, The much of iho. army} to Silt I.nktiC : 1

i -TAMPA, FLORIDA.Frel .- I to adopt{ :('"u%liIUli"uIIC.\\l'li"II' 1111"1' Ia.l "-. donlilo the qu.iulitv)' at t I ,, t j is l I""I"'I| al..1 l i ullix a'e fann<, I. ,:..1111. to kiip hat hi) tioinIn'ping I IA', night; !ur' through the lndiul'lrniturchaeLa'1a .

, r.lc.. 1! shag in itsgeni-rul fllur.., and providing; public 11.1. for the Mip|>oil ol, 1"1111 i roid1, lo iVuhlihflio...!-. to net t p-!: < : pn-e-, nnd l lo 1.1..1..1.l 11. road: |I..; f.-lljng ] ''mvi-rful' effect in rotr.vning the hostile .' I

C.AfecU> Dread.aerie., daily, Uiscuit.Fmlt I for tie 'IILmiiull.f tilt .Iacrry iii-ston| i 'j schools lt, which hid oer 1'1 .,\.' .. of religious woi-hip! and to ,li. voh' theiirln tteis, and .I..I.. il,; the' folds! of rivetAc. -, 'ftelings: against the United States, which .
fli' /, too tutu of tlio jteoplc, whiih in toy opinion :-:late the tin Wlldei \ tin Indiins in that ,
, q Ji' ., 4e. I r.I'II..II. any uponiit<-iing rgii i getier-ll v to 1"llil AAv. i..ll. anit.ng region r .
t:'" noar-.hnl..al, and retail.Coantrr they \f Ix'timl to do, uud" the Union ; and :.,l-i> the iilii I inato sections 1.f ne-s. and to I ''v IIII foiiiiilatitiiis nf :: flair. 'I 1 !.--.- or I-.r- wen- promptly and live anl i 1 in securing t'lliII" .the Far \\"et| ; : ti

-IF order promptly attended to. Kansas and X..I.r.ka act. "li. was (ho I md) fit t.el\c m 111 on ('I.1: !iih-t>f t two rail i lung | : l .III/>'I'al.If.. til.lilt ol.evi'1. UI the .llh OctoU r. I >:i7, sigiinsl( their depredations.! TIi. will oho .

:.--: n... u. 1157.* JOHN V. tLETl'IIIIL.41.1y: all ilJM.rlllt
uUed the l rrit,ry ; /ld yet the 1IIHtlIl northern to the southern lHinn, .>luv.: and I lil.1 vf Ji fc-w 111..1' they shoiilil l'r"III' linen; l 1:1\'r.: thire of ourflij ply Iriin*. ,i'and promoting: !\ tl"IIIIII alum thu ___ i' '

+ T. ao&lIy'a atLti t\n.-n-,a.lru4f of the lawful government, 1'r..i.I' fWI the (-:-"', to the \\.Iul bouiolaivI .: tur.-Iv "II'r 11.. I'11i.'u I l II! oy fi. '1'1] reh-e.i 1 ,','1.;' ill' of seventy !five tsagnuswith In.l'led route.i : ',\ .

KENNEDYS DARLING, first error, refrained (!i j jercii I.f the State. l' 'iigrcs, .I".ai" thesoI I.,' flea bur.!. n "f :-at.:! 1-ivitinli, :1..111"| i- l.r4i"I: > :1,0, 1"11. for the army,1 II.I'lli..III" i I rcccominend l I tint the {.ldil. of tare \ .
I
t WIILEIilB4KBTAILlEirHl., >: > TS ing their right! to tote, nnd preferred I claims .iinreji*"!) il'le, prurl.led! !, I.\' tho ld I li"II"',-, siry but : he Iltap as5Ctiisiit "f.I : I -ever il !ulolllilal. 'land 1 II\H. all.I.r", cmption system bo e.l- J I J

Ibal.latery should! cnntinii, rather Ihallaurrt'n.ler ''of M I.) 4. 1 18.*>S. to which I Illn. just n-fir '1 the Irrtturf itii'l thleltadcelueilt,1f: llniii ( Illis illiinni-heil' tin.supply! of pli'V ivulis tcn-Ioil t<> ihe. people: of f Utah l by the establishment !

F' : ,Comer- of.Tampa A Wkitlny SIr<
F t _, *.: TMrv Ftoartt : equal fooling will tho niila Mate, but t ditV-ri-tit pniio-i9.[ g.-.l Ito ruiueo! ; tinration: andveu with ; V .if ,

1lr .. fTER th u dai* onrbo.,!ne** will becondiK- A aiscr and teller spirit seetm-d to prc' i "upon ill- fii'i'l urn-lit 1:11 condition preco. 'fill'1 lydrrll. goveinuii nt :ii.ls ev i r 1..1 :a I" precaution, there was 5,1,1, )' lli'i"III'' I have ncc-islon", alio (U congratulate yon ""' .

A-- std.=al..ivel "poll !? cash ay.trm. \1' i vail Ix-fore the. first Moiid.iy of Jnimary, .I'IIL"II..III ill;ijoiity, of th.. people thereof, liberal pariiit to the 'l'i.mtoiieind :; lift ti subsist| i the troops. till! th-- lint of 'on the rcul! of oir iiegotiationi with Chi
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kail coatiiB to K.ep for tale a poo-1 tocl of last when election he'd: under lie at flection tn laid for thnl 'I iitroiisontrit useful II a. t
the
;; JUerchaadise, and rwpectfully in rite an was I I.o |1IIIO e. g. >"'>r t t.. entirf I a n'*. S
v All**rUd... vast 'cheap bargain to fall and exaxriM'H''bcfoT constitution. .\ majority of the people'! shotilil in plaot"f tilt)' l.i'jjo L.anl'; u priesvf Ihc1): seltliis. h his pai.l I lur little :11111\' I"l hiv..! ulmir! : ibly in You \irro infoinied hy toy last nnnuilin .'

F 4. pnrehaNBf aUewhere. Tho then voted for a governor and other Slat ; public Iaii>U wliithlliey had, K-in.ili.lt under the e\1|I'lw! ,' goti'uinienls and I -gislaltve their l neampiii nt at r.r lri: lg-r.: miller; "-!,.-(., that. our mimtcr hi .J been instructed i. .l

'..w galas vpoa whih we than DOW offeror officers, for a member of Congress, and| I| thu orlii-i> ou'; : of iho common t tln-se living! pliv.ktl.-,. Iu II... mid-t of I IIII' I to oecupj' ; neutral 1 I'usitivn| in the ". :

fooda will...w..at To to make old av frtondx rym trinl we members of this State ]rgi'l.itur >.. Tla. h.ll'oll..I.! to Minnrs-iotii nn I oll.rn trea-ury, and thus ruin.tod them (from :; ) moiiiit.iiiis, ill a dreary: unsettled, and !hostilities conduuleil, l hy (;re:: Hritain 1.' '':

.rdsetto.rots foal ..41... great price obligation oar for faror lWei Yf'd. election was warmlj (contested for by tintwo ,-\\ :StittK: I I'ndi r this a-jt, nhoul'l I a mnjotitv he.-iv rhargi*. I'I'r: tlu-e cin.iiiu!l nicenothing -. mini-pit' .iblc n g:on, ill 'r'- than a Iln'll'ru.l 'l Trance ag:iint Canton lie offs, I IOWeyer art'I r ,1.

..41 shall be htppr U...&.Ieu. to upply them j. political parties in Kan a", and :great rrjtvt the. proposition (lr ; *.An'oar ..... AH our onrrent aceannu cloee rr vote was polled than at any l.rt\'HI 4 '':, ''it !ha1] bo deennvl! l and I held (hat the |pee their III steti.ih pio-gn... than to ilivi It II..' -iml in. h 1"11 winter without I luuiniiir. 'di.ily, : will the Urii.sUaiiJ. Frcm-.Ii nuni 3- : 1,

h'' : ....7. KENNDV A DARLING. < election. A large majority of the members '' pie of Kansas:5 ,il not dc..iie a
.J Taipa, Fbk..Anf.. 7U. 1158. 22-tf of the legislature' elect belonged to tlHt :: the Union wills said constitution nnJcr ill C e\i.ituig RII' Iy pt.litteal ('"n'l' ammigiht u >1..t (i'1 their country in du"e' :i-on, i thoso just con.C"111 to U. eigtcoinm.no n } ; '1

t +' .* ADMINISTRATOR'S'' NOTICE.s party "lliel had previously! refused to vote I I cOI.iliol! sot forth in !ai 111'ili.- 'nielsl'-t''r|: the l I.. 'i.i.ht ,.1 a-piliu' and in this they a' re not dis 'l'j.II,1: .' which the tnti.ins of the worM \, S .
The thus in I I 1111: that event, tale act : lel lrs. It is -! h u'l for 'had f
-alavery party were lllolil pry nts y no -hip anbrl'u ; the s-ei'et nt of \Varempto\el! 1 :i right to It was j\'I.
.Iare. :11.i. Jlr1 "
_' SIX.MONTHS,..ta and a/Ur Tonehea data to I the wilt lion.present Simon my the ascendant, and tho political of plo of tIl Territory to c.t! ik-li-jatcs: .- to :"tl'itlnri.rll.llvf, -. ;Itbl 1 nietnl-ers 0 t' ei.efgi-s: to f.o-tt.ird. t1C'1 thc iri""s-aty f.-r me to proceed r than (!ir11"iJ\i. o my -s !:.1 .t:

,.,...,JB4{ of Probate withiain ant 1 forth the State was in Ih.ir own hr.n
.. CotJBty of ,Hilhboroagh: and State .f .Congress :\.Jliu..IKII"M: into. the. Union fiT tlli'lll" -" W. "whi'iii-Vfl, Hli'l. i.ot I !1" lolo, hali'l:iiitsh.nll .pUllh"... of -injjli-- 1.1 military f.-ri-e to (Utah; awould: ri nder re-1 i I'1..kll (power \II.h.1 1 under the conslitu- 4

/ rfcla, aa4..k to' be dUcharped' from the I I under the LccutnpUm . duly! : :lava 1 !I.. .-"-;,,! il.-'ii.' -t. 11.\l rtin-ly!" i-n-jht not l I s-st.xtiie. on llio ;out of( th.- \l 11..n. 1....(-. I I Ii. lion, I.i;I longs exclusively to Cong tug i! t .

Lee Jtillialiili"ii oa aid the J-atahl: dt'Ct'MC'd.orCa.L i legislature mi.tI.t its. very first n-->i"II. ally' 1 11.1.1. that iho! ]1s'1].ui.it 10:1: Ii sji1f .l 1 lo be peiiinll...1! lii ru.li into to ::1... I'ln..!)i. L ,-. .ii.d thus '.1'1'1.,1,' the ttjir vv:: hunt I B-i.U-s, afdr: I card 11 cx.vnmiticn of .l 1

.y 1r.mr1..111 a County SUodM"J[. J I have lulniltJ q'u-Moii 1 to a \ot ct Ti-nitory iq!"i 1.!s 01 i\iv tt ls 111N uitio 1'f w t'I.:1' : 1'r'l] ].II! lit.Mi !I.-- (hill ,'II..IIj 1 :'( ..f-.', th- iFi-i.'ii I : ..i M.I.! In big i i t.i'. Icllic'nillv I... 'l inn.iture i ..11 I i\t.-i.t our giietancts; ; I 1 ', ,

the people, nhfthcrtly would or would'. 1 I rq.rc: ttltivl: te'1un(.i f.r I ineinUr of f I Iw I trj.l l tf- tIll luj-.' cov.iitiis: in the tiitviii.r i-f | \:1- H"t.Illl: [\' Cotivrn.-('!-*.-I'i iA4T i 'did nui bilioe they were.1 of such : l'n- .

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; / III.fIDd aggrarated a chcUr. ** Would U-en made by tho BritiJro' ent forthis The Florida Legislature. MeS 1 From the Governor Iii1Ielatiou Congressional ProcecdIuis.WASIIIIUT0N t' lulcrcsllng .few* From Nlearaann. .,

.r&a'Uftifled Congresa in <' '*"ng warpialt purpose e, in a triend i pjril,' which I From present indications, therc'.i b lo Paying the Vol- I December) 9.-Senators .It.-The steamer \. L(
a il first I ) reciprocated. ,'proposal was i .teen New YORK, Do.
cordi-lly
1he ChiMI4t ei..rre oul of of .
an immense amount of important bUine EXKCAVK CriienJen. Kentucky, Tuml., from NicAragua. \
I from direcl, .
withdraw these questions DErARTMFPT. Hshington
to adjust to
Mn'f aaotber ,8est attempt ;of Tennessee took laHcttrnl.
} Johnson
b (
Jnd 18tb.o .
them bf Mace,1 negotiation. I was the iiegoliHlion between tho Orogovtrnrat-nts ; t ransacted during the present ursion 'of TALLAHASSEE, December 3d, 1853, ) hen seats She reached on the '

more inolin 10 this opinion, 'because of but to accomplish the same object, by a our legislature. The patriotic nrssage of IIox. JohN of B.ttit GAI.DRAITH.Sptaktr Jluiue of.Krpreitntativci Senator to-day.Iverson, of Georgia, gnro notice November, and Savannnllb.nd found the Uniled Jamestown Stat \ .1I :

the ." iliMUtemei 'whch; had tlen nejrotiation between the British govern. G ov. Perry- has AWl\kenc an merest for SIR :-I am in receipt of letters fromMr. : j pf A bill to substitute compensation. in sloops of a Wd te'' _
__ : but raeAlUjr bWa inflicted the Chinese I, raent and each of the Central Amen i in rort, as well as'the.BriliAv.) --wr: l'I
upon whose territoH l inter-. : tho welfare of the State, in quartirs! where J. W. Pearson, informing r of his money for the franking privilege.In Valorous and Ltopard.: :. .
t ; by etr squadroii, in the capture and deUrtolloB call publi: i raise the funds the" House it was announced that the I -
inability to
fur
:' involved The setUtVMt pseudo (friends of the "dear would tho State in I Nothing bad been heard tJI..tt.m .1 "
1 of xBarrier forts, to avenge anallMid eats reImmeliatelf pe" accordance his instructions proposition for : of Judge I
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as A .
in .'C WItLiftjpNhl t remain will Cnt. flerman.'T
WtII made rJ'in.Ce lure their
i iotilt to be i
U our flag. I Jgi.lalor Mr. Watrou of Texas would called
r:; ': Af':Tfi l hat proved the wisdom'el ourtJtnttaUty. tenor of tho irerpretat.on, Hu,| pla-: The fjslemalic frauds on the have been previously, as the RII..ieJa'General' Assembly 'nn cathy ,dny.WASiiixnrox. b up at I Nictragui' refused to. low! tb pa .: 4L-' t :

I : Our minister ban executed' lif' I red ) Clayton ajd .Cr treat3 imp em/o\.1 gen on Washington Jdaleg.: I
Slate by the Florida ft. R. 10 red to raise two hundred and i
thiUnfuJ Satel certain modiUcktions. pass December 10.-The Senate asoneof the rrinulpar* *" """, ) .
IlIItnetloa"itb kill and
a I" eminent ability by still, t the ordeal of nd such sand dollars to pay tint claims of the has over to the '
an investigation MonJyt
arc ,
r n pending IhljolHult WeIC all ,filibusters. 1 .
In conjunction with the Russian plenipoUnllary .. 4s negotwt -ywr"
State' for ,
troops "r\'icl rendered ti.u Statein I 13lh Arizon.i has CnthaifleMflbaJ 1
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toe fo sent amjua
i1- be lias but effectualli tbk)44iit rsuld nol rr"lter r action will be had in the premise as the il'lllt. question The steamer
peacefully, upon i 1855 and 1860 either 1
their by a ale of the been ( bnt no Tutu taken obtain ,
with the English and French now ro n"r,1I1C.IO pr'lullt con fact will justify.WcTmvo l.kt.n up 'It Lttl <*etofiMniidi" to permission ,1. '
me
11:1-: co-operated .._.'Arlllt metJt o( thcse (1I2CI bond* of ,the Slate, or by) iiegi tinting 1 I on I the question oi f Territorial organization. t to hind, i if the Herman had arrived. ---- l. "' ,
and each of the four uillon.
rpl"lpoteu1iaries ; pow :i peruscc\ with much interest l loan the II of
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f to be degired, as this I wouli. upon y.utlh'nl ilY l 11j namein '1 1'hie earner Washington wa Larded.r
wnb is .
l Unnl
.--tn oeeclHecia-aeperate treaty g I lait f I. the documents which formed th- basis of accuJancu of nn I la llic Watrous
piotisioiii
China of highly tnlUfactory character."The .- OUt ,.l' rIDlunlDg ".\1 'Jl'd l 15' 1c.'UH'.lhc Impeachment L br lritiisothc.eslb0! .required ihemjpec ,4 > '
a "I' entitled "AllI.t -
conchded' Lo\'en the two countries. the Governor's timely remarksorthis subjecl net to protide* for the: cae was cI; up, nnd} two speeches delivered. 1 lion of the passenger; ."., and! information. ?' .

treaty by our own plenipoUrflitty put.V'relations' with" I the great empires' ov r payment of the debts of the State appro- I' l lcd : spctchcs arc still forthcoming as to whether (root: ihcr were rmto >' t...
will immediately; bo submitted i to: I 0 and are gratified to find llat ho i is I \ December 11 I II 195G. > | | .
an.j' n..cai Mr. ,
(1 10 > n* well as with all oth 4 I'muon t t Itt it. tf wnr on The vfsttfngO"; .

:3 tlte Senate.VI 'governments <>n the continent of Eu "el posted on the thifting, cvnwns, nnd writes under date of :November 10i1 'I I "'..\IUSG10S.| December 11.-Tho S\n- did not i\ .10r(1 lD raivinff the batchetV'

.>n Imppy to announce that, through 1$'I If KJ1t", except that of Spain continue to'e 1 palpable violations, on the pat of the 1858, !hal lining; it impossible! to sell! the alC was hit in se i ion to d.iy. the steamer ; at.d they left cndtlenlr.BoHs : l f' .I

tVt) erjetic ret conciliatory effort of oreoasal of I the most fiiendly character. President nnd directory. of this omr/nnv I Bonji of the Statu at above. 80 to 85'cllb. i :I In the House several speeches, pro nud frcm the Leopard wtredi'pltct ". ,

; general in Japan a new !treaty"b I With Spain pur rrfotions remain jn nnunsatisfactory both ff of the I ho then attempted I to negotiate allOAn '' ('Ofl, were made in relation to the Watrou to the mouth of the' Colorldo -,-_a..

be.a concluded with that mp'tJbRmenl' L condition. In ray message spirit and 1 Utter of "> law.- I l lr by)' hypothecating the Bonds for thc'j' inipt-nchment case. : two hundred and fifty men, who were/ reported 1' I V

; : .ay be expected mat eri 1I1.'! quarier, of December hut I informed you that our The heart icfcns at the contelJ-lation of r money borrowed, in which he would hI'l.1slCl.lfd. to 'have landed (roD the steamer J* w

: our trade and intercourse jy men the dis- envoy extraordinary and minister ptcnlpotentiary th I corruption of men i in "high but for tho fears entertained by I: \ \rASIUSGTIS.committees December of the Senate 13.- Th- Washington on the previous nJjht E. "' ;

ii and remove from our wfore been impoabtlitee to Madrid had asked for his "l'RlI The rnO'- the parties I that t the 1:1 did not nnthorizen standing \ ; were December 12.-The Administration; n'g; .
;
violation of law, Ly dignifiei and 'j elected 'oJI-31 Dem. to 20 U.publi-. 4
which bave/fef their Rn,1t ex- sale of the Boiiji) to meet the loan
.. religion.ae was tny purpose to send out a new ai 1 l'\M. Mr. introduced gard ,the of the steamship i
1 upon the exe-rsubmitu-d to the Sjn- minister to that court with special instructions nltJfunctionarie. will brand tin as unworthy mnluritHe. writes on the 22.I 1 ultimo : Clingman I rtsohi- 1urJing'M niw' renewal' of the ,
e. \j' the of
\ n strongly favoring: abrogation of r Uil1iltO
S w The treaty lvilhout delAy. on all questions pending between thetwo :; public trust, and may eri upontbo that he can raiso the money in two wcrk. the C'ttylon-Bulwer: treaty! and he made a I right Ir : ), involvfnj serious complication -

S a.t1efoT aiDIt4eSite that every mis- governments, and with a determination State a series of evil time "provided Legislature will authof the ,. Mr.I *.
.
1 (t.:4ng i : with the ofn to I.alLl'l con.t'ueneC1which (lionize n sale! of bmuU byputhecatcd to 1' Ic1'll"si.g .same wit y. -S.
government and
speedily amicably adjust all anti} ( ; iu f.ivorof the ...,
good should\ : -
{ patriotic .
Briiair ( --- ---
.- should U wnicably and I ed. if that woro poiMl.Ie. This cizif meet the Ill.ltt matuil: ) :I' lHdl l'alfl'"lihV .
) Dec 9
.=tt1, 5. .- j/j0&f Adjusted. It has been the mi (or. 'has U-on hitherto jffcated by causes purpose which i iI deprecate ; but hen, to accomjJsh their I Tho -4th! M-clioii of the alovo recited ( : bill.. Tim : FlICl'STERS.- Wnihlnyton filibirstershave -.t -
: In th ILotio It is said! that the
| tilItrli c Nicarngnn
/ lane of both countries almost it becomes Act authorizes I ihe ; t In C1' :
tree tince need not enumerate. t"n.1. toIi' the (O\.rlo negotiate t : aj
necessary ujiTThe;: tit-bate this their somewhere in the
:
on wilt I
the :period of tho ret-oktxm, to have been The mission to has been intrusted, of their loan for and in Leo!(of the State! the
; I Spain history transactions, vtdir calk I, c'l piob.iblv "'rmiu: !o to morrow. FL.rid.i l'"s. And there i is little, if' any

.5 ti. annoyed by a tncceMion of irriuting an.I II to a distinguished citizen of Kentucky, and thrc< hundred Jolltrt most; : practicable temi, and tohiM| >!hecate; A r, .solution! wandoptrd calling for in- i 11,11.1. tllat'I tbeseaine? ? Fashion, which left
danferons questions. tIrcattiv their' ho will without th"uanc Sun'' the >aid "bonds, ('HO many thereof as la\'l.c'I
proceed .Madrid
{ delay DONPS fomillion in regard) to British: in t i J on th l st of Dec., possibly (or ii
friendly relations Tim 'bat mid ntlth another inn i ATU applied] as a salvo to their f.Mind necehs.iry its swtirrty for i the nn outrages 1.til
S putW1y ] a finclll'' obtaiu ny I
pro. k't'
h'lIIpllo '' (;uf.: i f,1a. carried ont a large nuiiil-er of them,. /
vented
the full wounded conscience j! borrowed.Iain .
development f those feebtopof justice from that then do the (
government. al'I(1s I Inten rxi'ititr.ent It is evident I
'e prctai's: in re'atioiito lngHlhi-r with ainniiiniiioii.
,1. of tb.mutual (friendship between the people ( r..nrlIlJrd next tl't'I't-) in the scene become objects of ommiMr, I of opinion t 11'111111 power to hyi the boarding ,'f t Pie 5l.III'r'a..lsil: our U lot kept fully advised -t-*

. 5,1' U ems.lret aDd two countries. so unlural i iQ ._____________________________________________ ntion. High position will cot exempt i! polhecate the bonds R. s-cciirity f..r a 1.11 lll toll! I I.v I Ihe I H'' lj-h. of tlw-ir govertnt-iil i ;\U: and IflIIceulent.
>
the
si-H the
w conducive to their conveys right to t same: to l S
pay
, ; interest. Any serious interruption common of Till; FLORlDi? HlNlLllt.TT.TI. them from the exposure of their criminal: I tlu money boiroiTed. I, but as a illl1.'t.-ii 1 j I lc! lo-'k Mjn.illy., : Tilt go\trniiicnt't 5PirrittR-- -'.'- -

i "S the commerce between the United States' nets-influence) witont honesty it stolen (opinion is eltllai'I.,1' ahiuad, I would! rec-l, .liI."d.> in ,(.I.ti, to the boarding; of t (r 1 t fQflAT.J1U&1lV .S
. + and Great H- .n I I Steamer Washington. have not el I Iltc.O. Tin- schooner Susm. which was
the .Ie ) -
Britain would be equally injurious treasure which will be ro the 1/1/.1 I tat net N, >( Iln"IIc.1 as I to .
'S to both. In fact, no two aations : J. SPECTER & CO., PrBLlSUERS.r ctiitneby s-ale: of the hounds! h\ polheca-j I' *I diluted) ; l.ul. rl.fi"J the newspaper stopped by list cutter McClelland, O

'1 have ever existed on lie' face of die earth j _= = donors in duo time. I Is InlotZC:1 lcI. or !i> many IIcl'v as may; le foinul1nries.s.irv ; I[ it-jHiits! I" c..rl'c'l. persons in high I TUt.1IY.l'J"p..I. anal i is believed? now to

which could do each other so much good TAMPA .\ the Committees appointed to examine I. :it t '1:111d"I I to'I itidvral; "positions c''I>idcr our rel.ktiuhs '\11't I i I ''IU\.I', iuihat "a Tlie I I

,t l or ao much harm.iwiieriaining i FLORIDA. matters of this Co.. have not y&l ie- J' iiitt't the d.bt at maturity: provided! t th..1:: .Great; Uiitaiu! iu an txci-tdiiiglv; vritiv.d! I utter, in the pursuit, got aground at Navy
& ;
--- ame should nut Le otl-erwis.: 1.rv'i lnl l'olaia i.ol. I "r."r. I,1 h'l1il these. .I eIseapsf
t these will
: ratified to inform sentiments that I am SATL'IIDAV, DEC. 93, INS*. ported, we ?n fnIur judgment lil ; f,.,. I WASHINGTON, DeccmK-r} 1 f.-Noiii bti..i; I the fchGt-r.cr and tft" ( ttnt ./ of I'

'f ding controversy between you, the the long pen. L_ ---- -- -_____ h____ -- we can speak more adtisedly. Hut, mark i iou I I cannot too fctrongly rrc( neij.f I th I imj I ; II importance i t is h }p.rU-tl (tutu ,!! ,'uUt"r. have rauArd much p'eaaist !.ii..tleO!

two governlentt CHANGE word, the day of nl'[' ")rt.me ff fiir tbpaxnunlof I''S.I it who (.I\"Ir the emigratiuu scheme.KXCITKMENT .
relation to the question of visitation OF TERWS.-The priceof rltil.utio t j immediately,Iro.II.g I I,I "I ti'I S

!' and search, has been amicably Subscription to PENINSULAR is I I hand, and those" bo have imposed upon 1 a ,' ia I rf mirj I i!I I II I t ) : -.- S
S ted. The afju'.1 :IrIt.tiu'i! nnd I icea .cl.ae (III (the Wr trous.e.i e, without decU-
claim the renderrd -
State 'h'.n \vASfl1C.TCITLlrl3SIililJ.Ii.
the !
on part o( Great ml! ns well nrerxuo to render' I''IIlor I: -
t. ain, forcibly to visit American vessels on TWO DOLLARS per year--jnva. their final *. ) the! State: in dtfi-nce of i it- ("Slrlt-t-t. 1'1 JVC. I 11.-71iee''tp jof the M->-

: S the Ligh teas in lime of peace, could not riably in Advance. al'otln I Tlii- i i. in trnth I di-bt of t the Federal :I W t'1 Vfl (,. I Di-e.-mlx-r, I.'.-The >r npr l.il.tilibii: .t'-rs has created ;intense eici'einent "

:f be sustained under the law of nations and I ,I -- -- -. --- Too much cannot be said in coronvndatier (;Goven.iin'iil.b'it( ) as 110.hr.JIl.! H, not to'viv :%to H-rt-dinj t.idiv at.I .1 ilt''aut.) itM-liii-w; ,.
.1 it bad been overruled by her own most ZT Subscribers whose fl'rmlI( subscription of lint p-wtion taken by (to!. JViry !i lId\litl"r, .. IHV, hc; l'CI tiiirt'.tt-l, in if'' i-nitor I '..lf'r.Jr.'n'.1' a Ih'IH.rial .- Mh-H.ii r wiillveizd by the Hrit- :

: eminent jurists. This question was recentf f I are about expired, win receive the I iin this matter. He has come, o''UJiJU I I li.p i.liHv\.I. it h.'Vle.i t tind'.l'y of the (r..1 irun 1.1" II I I\uli.'. t.r "I" i'h. ntid lh. 0 1I11I1rcroll..l. l |rt IIcm.1 l powrrfu .. 11\

I r I ly brought Mute. I to t-rovidc the UI.t f.r'IIH' p.iv-: : cliii I... ir"n.II ,. .
to an issue by the repeated acts Peninsular, for three weeks previous to i its! and espoused the interests of the State c.t C'I reiiifort-einerifs! to tho riw. Thi'ni'tn
t. of British I mo'rl .'( the hard taming: (If th oLlur.ar.d !: : > I t tinH'.ne I the ,!f..I.al" out case of
cruisers in boarding and search-i I lIlt <*:I\ th.it! (the |""-ace of the world ;*
r-r" ing our merchant vessels in th Gulf of | Jiscontnuance:: marked with a cppob'utheir ; with an energy that will make her tnemics c.n..c !It.? .* .:I:.- to bo niint'tir cd) tI b\ .1.1.I j. Watu.ns! was IlIei1).h., and tlicIb.iisi inro! \'. ;: ..

I 1': Uezico and the adjacent sens. The nHlI1e feel that they will be held llo a strict accountability. I!lie Feile'al! n\ et (i1hCIt. I\'ollIu! "p. t I'I I r. fused to irnprtu i I- fu lor and 1 1 : -
e acts .
the )' 1 tint the !loan s!h.nl.II.! (' la.l. 1 p>ivablu in : *l i imrH.vn-hin? t. 'I ---5---- 5--
ail
were more injurious: and annoying, as Terms$: per annum f 1 for six With! such a man at :: I,
I at
i
/ if !.', in Sutlers ('OMI-IICATKINS E .
I these ( two u-.rs ln.i. : certainly n-t --'. WttfT >< -
-' -
waters are traversed I bv a larW nor- | months. helm of State will i bo llc '
tion of I 1 I deception foreign tour I> leo t than I twelve m'> ;and tlitt : lie lii.v; I. \> II. WIII\(HO'. I P..c'. 1 1.--Coin-
F the commere and iiavig'iiion of of nrpurfiiiciif IlrVSIIIMSTOV. I$
: the I
United States and their free and tin rest ri.-t-1 I i t I I public atr.iin, and thoe l who would 1r(lOt f f.e = r 1 Ill,t17t-,! tonegoti.tt' tu I loan (.I,; t'UOI..i. liH I'. i:o.nMi! : -I Inio' ,h*, d:'p-it. b\." ti the guvrnnniii .

: : ed use is essential to the security of the "TilE Ti.tin HAS ,0'':" :;! sacrithe public! weal f.>r Idt..1 innti c->. :1 I ho nu"l practicable! Let iii.. for a SIKH stif i \ I rl..c', fi; Svcrc'-nrv (' I, .- h-'". continu the l ardinj. h f t tht'

I pI r coastwise trade between rent'SItc") tlf :, For .1..lin'l'h'"h to Ih' "IViiitimlar (ime.. I" I will feel the weight of their degra'iintion. tii-ii-nt to j'i.y tiie I money boriowi-d whir I.f I the Tn':: -!'y I II irlm, .'tit. "'1.y* I lint ,11.the I.[ t-'iincr, Washington ; It\I..>, ihat Briti-Ii
-tllr( I .111(1.1..1.( .( the N I-La!i ., .. 'J tluerissrrt'd r th it C Great; Britain 1.1.) .itI
the : u I li ". ,
I.-.I Union. Such vexatious ll.ivil.p < "p."r.l! c.f I ll:0 I (Clllj i it Let ) that the ki" 'UI I-'IN'I" If I ;. f.r I TaO II" '
H'_ _ ." n1lail.Lo illt"rrnJ"i'n. I now lieoin s my imj'"rntive duty) to '. t lt'-! I us hope brightening. ', )bin r..irt.c,1 by I the f.h'Ir! (>. .\I'rl I fi-i-a a.ill 'rrwII: i ;:( '.' I !ilu. reiiiifst i.f i' "Jor'I'c. J\s'nme.l a iiri-t-
; rtri u I of tll flI3lI,4 1I1r1& ..J ..i.4i1i. 6 UUCIIJ.9r Uf ], I .0. -- _:. --5-- 1 _.._ i.._. j I I _. *- .I .:yir.., _.\. ,r"1r" : 't. : '>.fMi. > in i ,' i > J 7 '* f
1'Or..n. S Iirti.r r.-r t the :0..1
t. ill .
: of the government.. Jtcmons.. ill--;; S .''ili.1 '.f iltf! "\"nut ..f their jl4'ffl1.4 'ted by truth wt.ich can nucr be while! thr & i (bollifs h [,.tliecaltd t fir i lln! }.:i% ite-rt ft' 'iiiO.OdO u ( I"\ "ril\ t II.. | .1, ti-rmiri-i! u in rtr. went

" .. .- ddresed to the British' gorernmerin.' itt. I 811.1] I II.-ci.l.i "i! Hick: ()lie hand ,that nnitxI I[ t llnfirst 'In.iii: anc t tint the.' Tri-i"nrer U-j I!h.. iir.lii.inrc I I>t \iI hi v n'I".I; ; I"i s is IC) f.rI : a: all liiZlld-t!r.i. soirchall! $I\'i'i..i"'I'; v. t -Is
arcl I fI'u10
7 I elicit: -pirtncTt "I t i d"11 ti.I .
theiorsolatit'nidour, pr.'wl"| ] nil."T"I. he ion.
,. .:,- rights, of sovereignty Thole in.lrl.tr.J '0II.<-. ulio r."on.rr-i.o] in this J I;IK:;"." I II required. to p.iy; I interi"! : hprm, t the '--irn- | I f KICK f >KI: > tKTMlC\T.- I _.._ .._
r and M naval force Will at tho f.imo time City an.! ,'i..illi4', ,. int l I I C'II atinu(:il!,}', in either: New \III,1., :"al 'II ( llu-) .. :itfttt.ttj j THE l KtriD: Pci" On
"tiue< I lint heir ft '- In this "ollnc'dion0 !'I Jr"\ll. f 1..a.H| I "' I tit. u-c- oNKit-i.: the Arriu1
r ordered to the Cuban "'tler"ilh count are "|1''*1.1!," 4.llhllt( 1 ani nn\iuii- t.) may properly) nl or Charl''I.n. It \tit tiMi.tv} } "il!' tli ,t ) >. ( lpiilin.i..T, ir.' .... K. t c..f (I 1.. t'ITI tTuuIh-:4 t train on S.itnrdar.

i directions: prorect all vessels of the; re.'i'i't| fi.rtlio uii!<*-..int4.Vr mention that a I.il granting a charter to'' M Ir. )1'"Orl that I lie rernre ;(a tompi-n! .itioo : :omr"lo ll.c.I.II. and IKi! u i i.-uie frnLi.r I.f : I..w I| tI." r-rv.n: .* (.! 'the cr w c.f 'the' Ar bv..r will hi

United States on the 'high from I lilT I IltlMl-: the Florida '! ( 2J-p.-r; cent ((the u'u all" l. 'It Kl.. .
Ot" search IVninsuhi J IJ.: It. Co., !' c oi.I'lhIP'( n rn- II- d'-prt-'I"'h'" the t or Putnam. >i,. ,,f ,tln-m.
j recenl.'y ; 'lill'f1 IIAIII..1r.lail.cl.1 |
.. or..detention. .-bv _the. vessels war <.f any T\vr.\. Iccfnil.r IStli.'jS.!MMOV TfKMAN.-41tfi 1 (f passed the IIcusj I (with (but one dkseniinjj! i; burned mi'li"I'') UI.\ the- >uinr.ii.Ht} an Ilh J| nf heavy nvilter I I.T lailr""IIII'n.:P'Ii.i.n'>!t th* j i .\ Sc..rt, "v'It' RPt found.; 'A n ,..ffl.n { .
lIner .at Thele III";$."re. rl.ie:1: !L'llllal t I iu> li.irg.- \a> I. |I.c rii.idefor ) I "U .INp-iti-h l .I..n
1 f the
: _'.'__ and will ) 1'(1.tiN l.if..rl r. t ts i-f It ii : lino ,f II.i .
.vote ) o |
) : !jhc-iji
the I I the Sen- in tile
qualified and even t'fl"biauic I undoubtedly} pass his Iuvil'C" tb cut i.t f a I l.iinre! ,rlint .. r4ifruelI. ai. lh- .,.f..rI".ail
< th
ap :
or" -
I IS Z-ii L- weik' 'I-.I -'alJi.llnmt.f! a: lino of prrm.ner t
*! Ponintilar's ,
probation of the American ptnpl*. M ,.t # n-nt 1.\. I 1.11'A"ainst this tneaMiru was arraytdhio ) !the t"p"'I' 4.f the a-ti.-v.. in the: iff. .ft I iiriil f. I Franriri i, iunr.r el'.mt I t"c'\: m.k fm the Wii'

,- fortunately, howest-r, no collision took mail i were ret-.irned to this P.O., perTuesitda's i, i (rees (.( the Viilee dna. >ty ; but frorntlic I.'rt to iHg.iliate; t ; the loan, j is Hot ib..r.j.ble ; .,-". and C'hiii.i.( t"lI"r.He I i-ct:in nl:ittSfXp! n.l.t'e.:I to J.11:111 j jar i with! a :'eg; bailly t.rtikrn I II.[ hail jump.cjy,* !*

place. and the British government prompt stai? .. There i is 01.\ i"ItI(glt-ct of result in the house constrained ; ( to the State. >.- at f| (), I tUc Ia'XI fn.ni (II\! win.I'tw of tf TIP -nr ,
J we wjet
are I II
At
ly avowed ita i 'I) In i j. ) dt!d.t due! bv I J.I.7t.O :r.1 irtttpts at % L
recognition of the re 111.tll r t tinIVd.ra! sp-".j.f) 1"1'1.1.tit.t .
S principlesof duty, on the part of some P. M. on Ihe :rt'l believe ,that, of lias ; & 'I 11.1)00.1')1.I ( n.il.-i nn |IlUllr. j|,
the : ;
international ceptre of tli'j ,
law t I' kon cf
, rI upon this Mibjo, n' power lon.rorn"lt >e tUi/-zi- our I; I'KI'AKrMCST 1 OK I I w. br-M.-jht to I the \'it T. nnd ? isI 1 t
S laid iownby the government) Jury TI.II.'n. o t tin- I IiiU-ii! ii.r I >rpn'trn( r.t. /st Courttf. .
States. in the note of tho hit dereliction'. We'll mark him. lsoul.II" aNo ) .
Secretary of Suit- that the ( [ )1
;
1i.1 : :it. lie .
rvcoivfd
to the British remitter at l.il \il LI"omelw. j I l"iil..r !llm ti. .f.'lllll-1. Till, I 3."..1. rcY'll) '1 \ "-ar (I .
Washington, of -- friTii t the .- nf : -' '-
I April 10, 1858 which' ; ;: i tilled An Act to provid-; for t the !:. l'II.Ie 1:11,1., :II"IIII?i .1] to,000.000. r \
S sara tho ,'eroott.l.oftb. I tFor: want of n pillion 0( Maso .:: piim-n; : I Ho rfroinmrinN I tint t the JnfOnr.11nllL: or .\ St.Avrrc.1\..
: !
United State upon Ibe high eas, (rr'fU i President) Budr.nall.1I'alu Lu: I At the Kleclion of : Lodge ; of Captain's( Spirkm.inP.ukrr's I and. -.."\'. rnmeiit .1111, rmtr all!! 11.1.! .-.'.tlin..1: I h-nrn, (rl'lI1 I"d! AItI."i', that '
tiicaaevrrId II
-t\ visitation search in ;' i'i | other) Voluntter, Cmiipariius: for inJ ,. A.
-
or time I
of j jacf, i II t il I the prrciuiis imtaand! I all( I \4- .llll" at l.i-t sucree.Jed
'I hiruUrun in
un'l .Vo. 20 F. M. the J :
A. j
,' der any circumstances whatever. The- ) till next week. It is A good l thing, I ., following .f'lr' i Ilic year I WI.t I (hero! was issued by the 'laiiiiti'4, lli<- l-.i-.i-r iii'-t iN. !l.J I II-I idii-cs ihc !, i.f our cruiser arid) evading tl,6iigilarsce .

t(S claim; has been abandoned; a manner re .j I and. given; in piece-meal ill be In-tter appreciated. were appointed (for the year ending] II.C.it I j I Comptroller; and. 'Imeinor; State: : Si rtpt;) to l i-Mi-tiMon of I the pro emptioii! Lx. s oVer the I 1,' i ffo ..f il"! "" upon t1| (. 1I..il| Of landing,the| t.hiledl a car-;

S fleeting honor on tug British government l I. : 16-, i tinHnioiint of \I.rllr tl'JI'lo| iI ,<> : 'J"'ritvr'.f L'.c.' Statf. Tt:.i- f..I.? ,.. |II"MII. f ill the| .
I
and evincing a ju't for I hi ii n.h ri-il and "ixly one !00. I Itii) .KJ'-its : NAVV: "' w.100.n.r
the
I rrgard lawn of I| ---' '- J. D..rling. W. M.. j : I I iu.s rruir.-S. crrtarr Ti.uei "'I"Tfr. n hl h our informant

S ationt, and cannot fail to strengthen the !' Iltalih.The health <.f Tnmpa for the J. T. (".to", S. W., I \'.*'4VJ01 OU-1"0)) bearing intrrcsl! at -u- .' rl'I''II.n-* : iuu'-reI'. ill ,II nuinlwr* of': ,I''arr'ne-l in St. Ardr-,', ""nll.lltl" Ilrnnswiik utatrs .

amicable i relatkics between the two countrie :! two week has I. t;i. Olsen.. J. W., t r per cv ntum! pi r :11.1'1 f"1 date.! : About olliot'is c.f tho X."y. of all! cl.i..s.-! ; ; ud (.1. I ; Mondav U'r, nnd) landed! .
past not been such ( ''llm" : rargr of .
as wewould 18.j 5 7 I the Federalt'"r !
(
I *. !the 11 .' Afiie-irm
1 I; :. .\. (i41k; Treasurer., c -i.: torthe flr'III'.f: all the \coi-l- laUlvflriiltrid C'UIIA i.f |lie|, neighboring Mjindi.
I Jesircto record. The ellow (. I It I'I (; ; and of C-mgr, .
.er : ssj A
1 The British government tit the same time, i John Flinn Sc'y. I I ,\.nl"lt t I Ihl J.I 1 -aII': )' "-\II.oiri"I.-| .' tw.rtii.n c.f t the rarg it i* thought, wcrj
t proposed to tau United States that some. ,:' sill: made its appearance i in our rnid-t I L. Shannahan.S. D., j j, providing for thr, fll )ding!. t.> the M.i'.el: : I II I
mode should be adopted, by mutuil arrangement l l.sst w'C'k. and four deaths! arc the rc*ul' j .1. llobles.J. '., J 1, Flcri.J; "",-!' 111"11 1' )h o I.o 1':1. on :Iiirht; IIr.Ilt stcarm-r i II >P.,faf.'illic-m 13A ii,,?. /'.,

f.I between the two countries of a of its achievements to this date. At J. S. Turner all ) account of I10i1: H.Mililie.I ( : :!" tl"> ) l-ir\, "All I (::I'"tn'F'T"c.'r.I". I -'a' '-1

character which may lw found Hfrctitc j up I.. Cuvai.lievii-li I. [ Steward'I I 1 1810. ISo': mid. I 1851.. reei-p.'. '"I1:! tlll'i, t f(lit- \\'ar I IV"[>-irtiiu-nr, gives 'it an F"f.I; ,; 5"

: without being ,..ffl'lIif'f verifying thu the present writing; there aro but three or T. J. Kenny}', Tylor. : c.br: (.f the Stat: !<*. ap-irt cf'" Iil.r'. Wi' : "I 1'li':: )!. that !the Ncvjij: :itid ( 'annn.-hc AVINC rV, .;,._.\ eentlem.in was 5yi

i. Nationality of vesl mj pfcted on good four r.isi-s, anJ4fc sincerely hope they wit' !! -.- .._- -- j cohered by this. Scrip, jind) on I the 12ifi.' \\ar ju't (..II'I..II..I. "il i j I''c to ,be ''ter.hy. r'>'luir..rllo* piy .43-fine and
; \'I.! -ill ll.- I
.
grounds! of carrying false color j I i c the last. The fever i is !pirr.odic in itshinracter. The Great R'pubit 3f1'nh/il-thI' new ,day r.( Jun) '. J857, there. was pi-.J; ::into: I the ri"r',' ft nd |.i.K.v!'_ ;Jbnt 1':11..* thut ,it had Ui-ri sn-d S. Ii.tlic' Court. Ho
.
f I Lave also invited Theyc ( State! Tr.;; urbv the! (; iln- stun 'i ly the I P. t 1iffj { I\lItllori-| ;
the Unite.! States to U\f'l..r willl tI. ii i nn"u lv I..ceu.t: IKrc.- tiM fir
I S magazine ju't publi'hec by O.tksmith ,I ; ,(.f ;ixty f'I' t thoiis-tnl I and ): en.-h.Mn-a Inter in
the initiative and EightyfourOCK'O ..w. : ;
but ( f nl'w-plpt'r
I
propose measures forth::! .; -5-5 -' '- IIIICIII Ii 1 w I .ril"n.; I and :"..1 ''i, the .
,. is before u<. Judging; from the '() tl.illir* (? I i.i I 100)( ) which I(I pit-I : saute to a i
t. aji-
Whilst 'orr""p''t''lll'nt.
purpose. declining to assutne srt rr Mr. (;c..ro. 1'K\y. Indian Agintjat : t .01 hOle only! at c\p .1 points. Ills (--.tiniit The 'ntr"rn'n! ,
; and; contents of the Grit ntinibtr, nrn was applied! tO th- p-iym-nt .f ,th.principilof ( tliw .' :11'f"'are.1! in Co'irt. ami I
grave a wpon.sibilitj. tie Secretary of Ft. !Iycr", arrived this pearn.ce ;i .r laxti- r arc UiIU.lU( ) ( ICM than VatMthat: th"
nt Illil'hc.I..f|
place on baid .
State has informed i iThtirsdtv !'we : Siiip. 11..1' hem. i. r the British goverAi pre-iict; the Kepub'ic! "ill.o: quite vxjH-n" littir---; wire !last tear.THE "_
1 that we are ready! to receive last. He report lint four Indian j! 11 funds t' ine< t I II.f inter t, :iid i u l-c 114: 'i Sm wiih'.nt! any intention to IJl'\Ut :
auv pr..f.Rls{ ; nccl.s..ion to American li'l'rltlrl. and meet : necetrv t hat t the. origin.il -' '- ---- i the revenue. Th* Judg! >t IIi'fIn$11et1
which have been that .11.uII. oJ tll _
they may fet-1 : liberal from 'surrendered! t lie "rl .: STATE: Sn\n\uv.u -1hi't; in.i'u ivi-e a* above '.t\tei-Alrw
0 ing this In view ja patronage an appreciative i UP"I ;i-') lt tf i-rinci; > (rtf7n.lul-
object and
to considertb they )
are friendly, an.l. he think!
p.. m in an amicable spirit. A very fa-1'; .c c.mynunitv. Terms, $3 per annum. Ad) .pal, I th
I opitiwa is, however express.th.it! the strong vorably: incline. to remwal: j jfiT J '.Jrc '. OAsmiih Co.. ai.d :l-uUted !Il I the I r..h hiv of J ii-. ll-v.: Mr. 1'nrrjfr. ailed ,l-y c"f"'ri.I'I'[ -'.._- -
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L I abuse of the of oceasiooal | -'.'---- j' 1'11.li.hcu\ I 1S57. The 3.1 I Section of the :, tirtabove ::":-ian'5, i. tl.iurUlr'ng; U-ymi; I :'l f' rutt,'r !fprt r.Tlr""T r.\Tms.-A f. '
flag nation i \ paper eah1&T
any I 1.WtVilhi.iin Street. N. Y. i .. rii! it.Thiriarc!. th : ,
) We rif rri-d l'
, l is an evil far les to bo deprecated! than I I arc in-M.tcd to Mis. Brook to pruvide", th..l so M loB asan J..t'lIl'UI.l'Oc'att', has been started
I -'.-- --- bo : 1 t tin- it..\ r.enily: 2''n> Stud-lit! in'tin : in NVw Y..rk \ [
would be the establislunent of "avr several mss: of tho nl'lrnl"hIH.n II ia..y ( city, to adVorare A
, any regtila-i Vegetable Z Printer," a Fed. ; tw. i arid; in tb. change I :.
tions which might l b" incompatible withthe Pear. The ? monthly n'w.p' : t >r the pa\iin-nt oflh II"I.a'l"h'\t aoc(">Miiii' art t.t i I..Iic.! r.f the Methodist) Episcop>

h freedom of the 1-.'. This ijovernrnent } were duly appreciated and 'per, devoted to the iltel.t! of the ''..\.rtPreeniiatuve .-f>fli.-ers :1.r* pnvattsuf: l ,,.ti.I 1 '. : ing; f-I..i\.1) almo! .l clli"'. HHni' t-Miv j I i t| tlair.-h wl''fI.hhVlnl'n will be constitu.[ i

7 S has t liI..1 TI.y now remind us of a man I n.I hi. in the! fr additional! |.udmg:! ; to t th! F.: ) ,! tiition-i! !
yet received no communication sjx-ci-! of all Arts! ," for December i icur is'on : -al d.poitvd) Tr.ury; i.tth.s I I ; ybnittedon equal right with.
I" a fyinj; the manner in which the Brit-,! who 1 has been disippointnl: ) -cause why- !' table.! is 11.te, I th-i I mtirest on 'iid! Scrip -Ia: !:! !It pirlmt-nt: i i- ('Iteflij.,".. j.ri'.'inj,. m i-vtv. ferrymen, to- i its I legislative and judicia'S 1

\ 5 jab government would propose to thry are -Itjicn in thr month. : I published at No. I cae.: In'I ic\\ of !lliis! ; f'"'' jif'l the Coinji, jtroIKr j 'I'KT.ce.(' Tall'i/i 70F f't'iri'finH. j! 1.(-rc". j

'; S ont their sugestion ; and t am inclined carry to I --'.-- I'Spruce St., I.w Voik.. Price; fl I 1 year. t refu,ed !to c..rtity: il:.."-st Ii j'' .a'd.I -5l -'.'- I -. 5-
I
(' believe, that no plan which can be devised i A jfsisfrr.-Mr. Luke Moore, --' '-- Scrij 1 beyond. th.<. d.ite: !. <>f ,I.I ....p..it ontin I K\ti.r.niD Iit>\.- U'*.. arpV"'i-d !to tee !: A man in 'nhVincl: tO, ConnectfcuC
. t\ wil: be free rl We are in receipt; of tho North I''lh Jnn, '. N" f tinintertfcl .tli't-: .' b.-.
from crave en1..lrrarnnta.L. .- I\ this \ kitiitv, killed, a few d.irs ; about Zi 18'iT.; |"'11"1 f. to iiuf.i-e the arriv" .11! .f |ttc., tnore car- r s.M pr.- f.nte.t with fi ecWJivn with-

Still, I shall form no ediced! ) opinion on 8n'e, 1]I r;riti>h Review: fcr No\ ,iItr. is, a I has, b' "-/ piidt\<-.>p': t tl.I ,. MIMI : 5-- 5.. of Iron (>r O.ir: I Ii: >- This: i-t r.-r- I j in :. Tnr. Two wer/ born
11 Ot-ubec
'four rnilos;! fiom I here, a Panther which : I I : 22.. ,
the subject until shall have and 'U41 l full uf ecneu hiiiidrd-d (fit two ''i 11 l( : ; r IS.;. anj :hrte
carefully > t 1 interfiling mnltor. Term-, :111 \ f.j l.tii.Iy Tt-rv. }pn.iii:> ./ ai.d I.v. t tlie I j 00.1.-r 13th I8.&.
: in the bcst spirit (-.urnineJfI measured 5 feet C inches in the body, and !' j dollars (i I 174 : 20lOnvl.i:; I i :!" w ; pii.J-, of .I '
proposal : .
S > 'f3pur annum. Addtess, Ix-onard ; l.upo 'III lvrn.j: : our fi : (..;% "f the I : -S -. r
which they may think proper to make. 3 feet Z\\ i'H.I.l in the: tail. St prior !to tlie '!"I"J'I!:t a'ore-.ii'i.? ti r.-!her I l.-u- I. C'-y.: V.H: I ,I : AThe 5-
: c Ct)., 70; Fulton: St., New York.J'rfsiJeutiiit S 1.tlwil.-J.'h Ualtunor' j Sun the Pres-
I am truly sorry I cannot inform you t '-'.'- \ luli"l Irl !to 11" l.Vh: day!: "tII'I''mt.'r.I % j in I t i/c r. 'jI4ilC I il.IlI.s, \JI'4 4ays ,
S Ibat the complication between (i I'lt tr on last from j ---'.'- -- ?.'>.>. niiil t!,'r,' is d iy tor ii.n 5- i : "'" t in Irrwt. and- nUL-- nn-..
\rin..I. Tuesday : | -'S'- ,thin in

Britain and the United States ar-sing: out Orleans: i t t.. S. sUnrnship Or;:-"( I ihhl J/l.t7rf.-1 i stated) .-,I.l.Scrip (In-iii; i-alcnlated! tj theJim JI: Tle'rot'I"L I; lion: *.-Tht-r--: ,I c,.j? r.n.at thitt fItly..(,- five. This minutes after its reipt .
1 SeCret circulais! bale 1 i ii the
1 the Iri"f11
of the Clayton and Rolwer treaty of April been issued cnll!1 i7)) iiMi of f tl.I.-,'" 'ii"U! ,ir.l! by shinier quickest:
: ,
l jl ) "Carul.: ti-rd..v! I WLlk wo hiteever
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for 1 tO heard
Departed West. a.I
1850, have been finally atJJUtell.I i [ arne day Key ing the friend* of Mr. lritlII.n! to Il'c l't 1IIIlh..1 1 and toity-oiio I 1-10U J.a!! !htioi... 1.tinkers! to bo .) I.I -_ of.
irnj..ved by Mr. -
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At the commencement of your hut session in prixate coiuocation, in repci fully r.comni'nd I 1'1"/1. txiiir'ur I Zir A WRihinjfon
: tchoont' Vance. IIibb M.s.tor \\a..l.iujlon.lo I tluit ]iroti-ion L bo : > for thi. C/I "I Inrnpa: I.ral. !h report says that the
t
; I bad reason to hope that emancipating S Z"The dexise means to I.ring him forward x s a ,>f the' 1: piiinent I: ulio.i.l: : in jkin: (the j.r.-sent foriv uf \\\\Hjf\ I I :"itfli..hl: Mini: .ter ha OP"'I"| a "cormpondenccwiil l
themselves from further unavailing discussions arrived at thisj>ort, from New Orleans, I 10"\1' Si-rip, and that. inl r.I..t oil work ab.itil I I 1-JO bauds. Tiii .. the
1. candidate for the Jn'hi..o! ('. t be allowed)! .! until the mi'i-; |itIh[! J ,. '.lflri.! Secretary nf Stateln eonsepienco ';
the 111.
two would! isci-iuiiK-uced ill. < of
governments proceed on Sunday the I9lh inst. (been w fetich Viijr i and the Ungu-ige'cf the
-' '-- i I )Md.'r: )K--: fully, CLIrgvlIturs as messaj* in
settle the ucs.1 I ) | -
to Central ( iu
American relation
early: toCub-i.
S- .. (vml' ,
tiT"ltelatcL
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tions in al Dews from Mexico; that )1 : PEIJKY.: .\ ,'' uiul.-Jt rj'f
practii alike honorable
q A manner [ (
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; The New York I .
t? Tril'tne
and satisfactory to both ; and thif- hope Mates that the trouble between Spiiti nnd Mexico i is 5-- I -'.'- j t
'lln I n.'n'L
-t S I have not yetL3nonc41.! In my I.in annunl i th> Pre-iditu's Milage contains over COOQO ,-- :about Uing s-ettliJ! satisfactorily; to both! :'JS popul.itioii??: I t ( ;(of O'tn-inn-itti! I in 1S111wa i .\ fun: Ol':".', t. I.. :. ....,....) f..:! \I' tl. of ,i'I" ;" AssemMy ;
his
\; mc'';<*, T ,t!,.] tint! overtures hid! I wor-Jj.i. j.I iof2'J5.000.I I J.ILt (-y; tiyw .1 r.oji'ih'.iyti! ( | m.-mrnt I h- r.-fuvs (t. cl.1 IItt.cisk1y what j I N'MiMk.t% \.Ij.un\.1) l sine tie at i o'coclc
government .
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TD] f INSlltlR.:; I n wnD0 Cj'''**. J. Hopkins i jcungpftti I SPAWCA ;AThiWl .4.u 4-- -.u-_ .----. : M. .L,. SIIAAJVAIAUCTIOWBBE" N ,

1 .. on of.; Mm. Ur. C: C. Sitrriwits drowned J Jjenterday i -NewGoods I.

t evening at ol>out 4 Of clock, in I Mttrder
F F'rV '
GRUuT1FTTllE: UNITED STATES. the St. Johns River, near the wharf of LOTTEV1 P 0 ,
I TAMTA. 'L.f-
I C apt. Willey. "Chaltic, as he wa familiarly .
nRmi.'IDIPAtt1lEMT.Pr.e1dnt.JamH.Bacbanan :
i it 'Pur. UNDERSIGNED: have: ju.t tet4yct M READ
called 11'.1. most promising and in. SOW
I. their-Well f'I'.c10 l 1il..d
< : k of 1-'l1l1no.1 ,W3ui. .
to .
to ahtbo
C' i terming little boy of. kix summers. This trr fioo.l, enii-Utiiifr in I follow- / '
pint, a*
.- Vle* rr.1deDt-.J. C BrtcVenrldg ; Inf,4 in liif Jink. lit -0
,
sAd of Providence has CAPITAL PRIZEs.,0,000 .
8eent.ar1. of &Ut.-LewU& Cass ; dispensation cast .1 ]; i) i 1Y: GOlvS I () MEN[ KILED 2' |Ilol''IIJY| prompt at '
8f.terjr of the Trwwury-Howell Cobb ; i pall of melancholy gloom ovir our entire ( ; ) 5: u 'hi i. liiui*
ill filled with r.nnvn: A I'.Kvuli: 1 Miiitin ,,*",.1 Mi< i.: inc- *
I 8een'-7 of InUrior-Jacoh Thompson ; city-everyheart sorrow and ntl to mi-lit a lil"
War ;.,John B. Fiord ; I'ru.Ju'I'S fine .n-l coart-e,-Kciitu< UJ> ans" -0-. .t i '
; I 8rtUry ; anguish bv tl.c .ad fate of little Chattie.Jacksonville .- CifitiVr"TvvV. ixl patronage. _1 s
M< CaM-nr' t,
r 8tnUrjrof tb. Na-1. ac1ouee1i; Kepullican, I S fit iittt.i K.trineiV I sin.I M<\-hnniiV ",! l-, 18i7. "1 ItJl. \ ,
Po.Ua.Mtcr, General-Aaron V. Brown ;
General JereroiaU S. Black. -'.'-- o ( :u-j'icr4, .M.i: 1.11.1 l t> r ". : $ OQ Rewnrd -
AttorMY 'S
i f-tf John; 1*. K. Sat fig; *? died in Talhiha : OXIYI $ iooO : lli.-l.ory! AI/.lfl.] iclaw : ]} ]BLOlIJfT'S
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; ; ;:Ilciu;: DUARTtnn.Bocu : ; MiijicJlf -, 1
'*co on tho morning; of the 10th inst., -,,.- niiii-i I u I !is OFFF.IMD: : TO ANY niso.WHO : : \
B. T n. -Chief Juitiee of the Su-
y
.. and (ClT1I'1: TO TJn: prm.H'; ll..lVVni. STORE
after illness. His il5:
t prcni Court. a long wvera FAIL:
.. -1 .d" CAN 10 JTII
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As tIle member of our firm have Ly \\ uv I
ASSOCIATE Jl'BTICCS. ease was fungus hoematodes-the worn lial.1.O'lmburir.-
It of purchase, l.eeoine the owner of the grants | (('Jt.Fnu I : CAI.U ,

Joka McLean,. James J.I. Wayne, form of Cancer. I II chartered by the rttate.* of Delawaie, I clllucl" *- PEAS CREEK, FLA.

_; f JokaCatroo Peter V. Daniel t Mi-touri. and parlol those/ in ( enra. un.K-i" j Ci ieorcia plain*- i )ING .\'
: Samel XeUoo Hobcrt C. Crier the management of Mer. (;Jreijory, A Maurv.ItfflhtttOfl \\ hitr. 2rsy. 'l-lne lied.II A.: l'I IT TiBOn: : T.Vlil.IpHMKXT: tU -

.- John A. Campbell 'Xallian Clifford. I OflJTVAftY. of Delaware, we hate deemed! it "I tiiped I j Flannels, n I hite I t mi.lcolored JOSE: I .:'l "' ;i-ijr ;Ilid arc kept! couat.iittly! wit

: thank. the lOf linn Cuu.sbr3ek.lithin: De- ; i.tnd ; _
0-0 expedient to ( niuno our "III t tand 5
... DIED-In this City, on Wednesdayevening after Januar' l4. I St'. to thai ofVdOD.) \ lain, Alpaca.Mormon .if v\er\ desriiption jllY '; II.\f.I> iVAI.li
IU1.
-1; GOVERNMENT OF FLORIDA. the 22d) inst., Mr I *. Jhu I EDDV: il: CO.. who will hereafter have themaraKement ; I'liul of oil colvr ;lH.f 1t1\ 1..s ; j 11Ajji( STUILE.

." DEPAltnlEtT.QOftI'll.rKad CLARKE cunsort (If E. A. Clarke. (.f the Sj'.irla Ar.i.Kmy I.otUry. | Hut5 I Caps! tttnnet: *-Mirs & J.adics FLit.. (: nOCiiiKS..f: : all kind:, -

.c EXECUTIVE and the otht-r*. n* abovtimamned.! [ COO FHAXKLIX S 7'/451/: .'T, '. M1 I !: !ICIXF> joneral Bfeortmpnt.
t: :IJuE'5-of all .I* ,''rjl'li'n
.
.oD S. Perry ; transactions have endeavored to i
In all
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'._ Secretary-F. L. VilUpigue ; House: for Rent. conduct, our Imsinwith integrily and I I largo -ortniout of !, T.\ :.I l'.\ rl..V., ; '"A'ii* .
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of ttiiifh: ; tii'l be saI!
l lI.
"*. Comptroller W. BrevarJ ; the public that \1 cLwj fr.ca<
and | HAIJD-V.'AUE. rnT.n.v A
? pi-tflnI.tneI. we can nisure FAKMINO: : i .
.r :;; It' Yreaftrer-Claarl. IL Austin ; milE ia 11OU.SE known ** the "Miller HouseL of, ,, the!. putronaue: heretofore bestowed on us i i" j r 1I: =,,1I.... |I II' iirnKKK: : is: JCST::' !IICEIVKI; : ) : I.I An.tlI,1't.. X3-Iy.
b rented until the 1st II -
: orei.4; .!:ester of Puttie Land*-a -Walker.. May- next.Tampa For can particular t! enquire at the well de,.eM ing of bring transferred our sue I j ,," iliug of !I |V ': Uri:td"ft 1'ioiu Nctv Ui 7 -. -

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,- Peninsular Office.December I cessor, Very. respectfully, I ean-sthti, latg'lloll'f
t iss\VAN&C: ( ). .( >\Ys:; HOES.. .Wagon Shop
L. -. .JUDICIAL: DEPARTMENT.'TlK.fflM 25, 185S 42-tf. I I I.XES
\ugu.ta. Oeorpia.! D*c. 15: 1838.VOOI .\ SPA i 1I1') :*. STAI'I.i: A: IM.: :\ CV iOOI)!S I I

iv' c. H. Blu Pont' ll-Cbief Justice; Notice. j --0-- Sill( IV' EL: SAWS, I Evcrulferedin this mW'kctcQn'ij.tingill.: .\IIICr: U't on.. .,,' and all dese3iI.llUn _

II. i B. M Piewon? \ Associate Justices; TX (CONSEQUENCE return of j ( llsw \ >, EDDY & CC).. MANAGERS: DU.UVIXC; KN1VFS, FILES. (part, as (ohluVb- I|_'I -It\J r. on ,)thort lf I notice>!a< LMiiitliini, nt ; Illount'i; furKuhed to or: --

4 1 GeneraL 1. fever, ia a malignant tn'llc opening of the (Carriagrf -
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|; D.Pap-Al rneJ OUZELS )l\SIS:
i ? : ? to SJ. SW.CO.. Mat.ufactoiy, Flu. r. -
Renter'* otliee. and the operation of my IiCl'e..nrs DRY GOODS. 1lrrt.k. .iy .4
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. t sehool will tie {i.U-pc".j..1 until the change ..fi J I S '-- -- -- -
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SOUTHERN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT- sea.oiiilljubtifv a return to Tnni-a.| i iJE jSCYTIIE School Notice.
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1. ,SE. L'\ItTEr.. ;; The following Seheine will Le drawn 1 l.Vt.o.l l.\" : HEAP: : HOOKS AI.1 -. tIC) Jo I'-ill,
; Judge-Thorna* F. King! ; Tampa Deo. 2:'. 1SJ8.; -I:! tf.: ;,' \ Eddy: it ('.>.. \llanairers thy Sparta I ; I 1..lIi". 1 :; .1 t I I. Clnl II. i i. now t't'n"4i., lt Ft. R."t.! :.
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-. Solicitor Henry L. MitcUelL ,I I '* .. t'lst i'rrtL. I.y lir. ,'r"Mr..n. tu
A..n'emLotlcn', in eaeh of theirSincle!. :Number .1 1 1ood atsorlnitnt r f'n}\ >til 11'iir, CiilIfry bie. tl" 'hit
V .. ( .\1'1\ Joal,* atteiititin of ii eulled\
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I Iill Ci \ n.d< pnrontt -
: Lot tri.-s f..i- January. I 185'.i: : at A'igust.i.: JrtIIU: ,( >U : ; _
: f BLANK (;<-..., l'uLlilIIJ'r the!. supelinteiidi-ncc ot1S59. : -r. Choitr.'tilvlgrcs .t Yi>ik Stripe", Tuition; . Sivper.jr.I .

TIME OF HOLDING COfUT3. BILLS OF?;' ]LADING) ; C..m'lIi.i.CI.$. I ICIIl Grocorics.I'.liOW.V White i\: Kc-.l: 1-1,11I11,1, I atin taught if .1.pin',1. -

Spring Term. J..il. (." 11. 1'IIII.h": : o.irdiiuand: .
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; f Uraict Sst'LIltuz/J.iauur'I 1st : : ) II, Washing { r..dO | month.Pt. .
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;, TTT County-3d Monday MHUUboroogh in.st March., ; TfO; )I: S.I.E at the oOioe of the Florida I & cursiiKD: : :srOAK 11 I :Si i!", Jackunott( ..- 1 ...1s.; 25 !ly .
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HefG&DdfJttb J'tntiitular.Dec. .\ Fall\ tl Iu.lill'" -- -
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l t M April; rl" ,s J Draws Saturday, January S/// : : COFFKK: ; (JKKKN: ; -

-3d- 23, '58. 42 tf. lb1. AILrK! TE.n.nUl'; CtUIN"oiiK. ) :: !1:0 1e, ( : ; ,: ", PESISSlilin'jflB' lnl' TIXG'DFFICE
Manatee .. __ ______ I II 1'Iilll'l. ; '
: Xoaro.U May. I rlIlH:1: Drain Saturday, January Zth I I"I )!: IAC'; ( !X..I I HAMS, I HKAXS. I Alp.u--; '1 ,
I DR. THOS. P. GARY ; .BlT-1 t.'sl! if..c'sIMaiikct ( asi iii'rC,
: Full Term. I 19. i TEK.: L.\il: ). :SALTCOARSE:

... !: l'iiMANEXTLY: : located in Ir..ol S FIXE.-OXI' >XSA :! ShaxvN, i. 'I I I
'- County-lit Monday in October ; il. Clans \ 1'01''I'I '
LeY1 Draics .
H.rnando -2d S L ville! I Ilcriiandu I County, and otf.-M Ins j 5.ifszrJusiJtii.ry lId. TOES) ; : ': | | Mk't\ SI.-ovc-s' _

HilUboragu-3d I i I Professional *er\ice' tx the J.roj.le (.f tliat | Hi.W.: I I'U .\ l'l'l.Esi : \ I : !tvt-., ;. .': .. -0

>ovember l J-la<-e aud *urruunclilsgyuusstry. ('/. 5 Draws Saturduy. JIlIlltlr.19Ih.. |, .. lullif I Huo
Kanate.ht ; I IIi -
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: AVIXU
: I'KArUKS: ; :: I ( : : :
I All calls Uiankfully :"reeeivrd and promptly ; II 1JllXTIY JSI.\fD our 'j
December.IIILLSBOROUOH 1 Ifco'J. ,
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)I..roeht. 'I I l.ntl.'ii": stock ..f
I! altt-nded to. I'H'KLKSARIMXIS.( ; : : : hEs,"l' uul E\fC' ;

k oZot i Offiee in rear" of Court lts.i'. trl lia'rt- h. I II ]J'I.-EI\'I.II): : : : : : > Finrs-: ( '.\N.: |i'I 'Coiill'4, 1 lllhl'ini: *, ob

f"t CO. on'rcf.rl:3.I I may alwaLe fuund exeej-t IIl'-c.l 4111 j.rofi-t I 0HIE I-I.AN OF SlMiLH: M'UIKKS. I UI.KS.:: : i-AXDIES: ; RAIMXS.: : : : "ToIIAC: < I Collars( ,. rmln-II.vs i ; JJrinling JHutmal, ;\ :
ni..iml dut ,'. t
!I lr: .M.k.\,II.! .. Kla., D.-e. IS. V.$. -II 1 -';rn. .1O.OOO Ticlit Is ( 'II. :'::1'c\I-: : ::':. :--1)\1'. :'::1111.\m !: I.inett Check, r.-ira.o! tti- ur,' 11)l.tq'nr.1 to till all c.Iu r..r JOn RfOIK.

Judge; of Probate SiniOnTurinan : i iWrn. --- I l'ur.\'II.) I'EI'I'III.: : i Slne "f tftry nn "!I.-J' e rf;, in e ry \\ : will) HeIst In"**, I iheiipne, and Ji- .
Clerk of Circuit Court-VT. A. I.hcly ; -- Pee Tli'Hitaml J"1v ll ndftd and Tin ;:
I Notice to Tax Payers. j .' 1'1'' .1.1:. .j-,.. patch.
Sheriff William S. I I ['ri !
t Spencer; :f'll. READY-MADE LCT IIG. ; "f1
Coroner John J.d."UIl in arrears for tbU yoai'" Taxf. j I :
; PrnONH I E. A. CLARKE & CO.Tampa Hiisiiirss fnnls S
: : .nf'J'ur-Loui. Lazier. :, llIlIa.: to |I''Y rl... -.int.-, "illli..llla,. XIAII.V: : o'Nl-. I'IIZITo: : EVEUV: : MM.T I l. : I '.tii t : t...ti'. \.1.t, Jllh ,
Tax r....-k. .Ini 1I1' tlo- .., ., !Ihi.. I l'i <-. -j::, !1" .*. ::.' 1.I I 1.\'. liliink Forms.Kunrral Ball TirkrU.h'silin
-- I I, olTn-t-HUT. inx s. -"I1.' -. ut /-/ / / :i iJ'rntuiir i c ic I E: T M I. : : _. I C.uM.: Shirts\ ) 'F'

COMISIr.U. ., I piatt.-rs, I I'mln-Miiit". : : ; TarJi.Elrrtiun -.
UM. s. >PiNmll: : : I JniIon
I t To All Whom It May Concern. .
k' IL McDonatJ, T..IHP.I ; Ta'ollerlor.; MAGNIFICIENT SCEHME I II I Ciat.-its, ., Hats! Rill Hrnik Tifkflillund .

Francis M. lUndrv, Ft. Meade ; Tetiii1'i.] 1b'.... 1-. l "f.S. -ll-'f\ 1.dil'lf Hvtuicts ,J retry j'1I r i t ty
William L. Cllml.f'f'II.13ft.; a ; __ h'__ __ { iu UK: MIvs :\I\\..t'- I'.i i .. l. ) JilM! of tmlinr, lobrls, !t., 4r.. 4 _

Jusep. M. Penrre. 1lc'ude"ft"a. Agency. : KAC1I: SA'in.DAY I IN JANTAliV: '! T.-ii.i.: | II..l..I'. i ,. '::;\: C i j ji WINES & SYRUPS. ,llveeiited;: with .Act-lK-iice. ; ,
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"r !i I.T.I:AS. 'ih 1 T-INIJII: rit\ ( .IIII..illta\: (>- i tiiuitrpascd ir
= = :- = = --- -"-= I 1;' It.: SPARKMAN i:l : i ic my duly n-pointed] I I'.i"1 ,.f. tr.\"l'l.Il I III I'. ill".f t''bt" 1' "a""I: 1 < ,...Jill'llI" .-.. ,plot i.liv.j fir the in- j I ) ',,11.I .Ma.k-iia, I | SuQllicrn Mates.C '
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Around. -IJ 11'1'01. with fulll''Wt.rt J t< n-eeitvand re. [ | 'iiih. ''I I 1.5 "..,. 11111.11..111I1.11.\\ I..t. .l.u-l, .
Hint and '
Pass mi 10:1: Moriri'i : :
. :teeipt I i in III} 1I1111. >! Jj .. .. . 11)1 g 1 III .. .' ;1111I -11.\'Ip. I I.. I... ti-!! | u;' In the I. \.I..f II... 1111\ :: iff" .\ I \oik iait: l e !'i.l for ". delivery. .
Tb Macon the il"' 1f i i- 'I .. .. .. .. -ntis- : lOIIES.: : .
t Teh-enipb su-il* n'> : S. I... SI'ARKMA.V.; I r .
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'young: 1..1, of tht paf-! <*. and while there'tf .- -- I' ... .. :: iii :, : I 1"\" t \I. l..iI'i.! : the time fur tin loiiij.!. i < t )1 lU-ll. FIil .: -.. :1 l(

a utr.trl for the purfli.i ..f Or I '. . I...i"" i )' 4)S. .. ..: ... ._ : :.. ..".;-ii... ... ..':.111111 ..fu 'till T. ..t''I'. t ...j'. PAINTING.. -
Notice. .. !
1 Mid Hotel in E .%l Florid.-i 3ii . 1.""", .i i: .. .. Il)" I-It ..f *u. li I I.-I- l..i I.--H diil\' .,11..1 1 lo-iid: I Ii..i.e.:: GILDING &'fT'IMir. -- :
I anj; Spring ,I I ii-linai'CiS' tl'I"II.do lli., j-iil.-| : l'I'lu11l1l.1| | olli I'I.I.: .. I: 1 rxMtRSlrtNr.Dl.ili->M method .f
4en in" hi lirother in.!:.. to hi;* )I-ill". :\ I'I'IOXBI.TIO'IIZI: I 1 ;: ::-;. I .. | .\ I ::--.II..li., ., I .
L 1 : pny I'r\\ i. nnd u1.1d Oidiii.ii.t- I.." I'i't' 1..p) 111.fl.I.. infoiitiinir Ihi- c.il.-'* of fA'I.f and nrnndiiig -
the M4iuufscurer' !HAnk. !S.1y3i.: SIX H''il1Jaft..r: : the! 4la'e of th -." pr""I' I I i ILt: 1. .. t'HII&I" 1.1 :.n.'H' I'i,.. RI'.' .fl.""" I with ill in .. ', Nut- l I'lllmI"I .. i/ do thi .
1 ..,. nipoel; <>n ta. 1 ill apply. lu the Hon. .III.J/ I .. .. :.I''ii' '. .. 2.'s .., .. .. 'II roiuplii-d p.ut "I' n In.-) 1'V "'ao I -euim: : '- pi.Uii I .l'I'I.j H.( J
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; t. nat,. iin awiudUl other I'MiiL. kc., :fu" : I I'rtdiate, (,f Ileiualidu I'oimty f"r a final di.- :j | .. .. .:'II" .. 1 111.i ..s"" .. .. I I.'s4" I ,1 P..HH-I, ou ni ii.; -ail I ili..u.I..I.1. nii-1! l"t I I."r*. I P..U.-. (ralMij.. __::.::ilII, \\11: .)4.
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'-' i.revitr .|.Mnot |1':>t.itr | .. .. 2.S:: :.."')0 .. II"I \titliilitlt"i.I it htT.-ii'. II li.in!Irtnj.-l. I., i ind'll: :enee.,. <'"Ti-i-'i-l.t I r.r.in.ly'w: } : !!" !, MiKtanl.I.iilten'and :--i i;u r.iiiilii'1.'.. I :JiMiiii'. 'Jriilnln-r. Mintuit !:srL.1ing;

rv'a 'illltillinl'n to ol.bi"t therliMreii. of JoM-ph llule I I lute of I HrruaTido I Count V, de .. .. .. .. .. .. ti i mtv' aid .rlluII'nt..flla. : .
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offJe \ < |I :! -I.s.i" i'in.an CuiitUiiicii'tln'itcM: : ,.f cuixllo I II. ( : il : ll.tu-jin 1'olidiediin !
I no li.ii-'i-rl.e i m'i ih III the tiimh. I !
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II. i ill undoubtedly! one of the e WILLIM i t IlOI'lf.I ) -I I :iu '' ;4.111'" ':IItl I .ill. fl..r .1 :11..1 \oik, I I'liilati.Mi ..( I r..us.1I
.\.1 us I i.i.>'rat..r. I! I| .. .. 1(", .... .. I ii .: ; !l. :11.t piicts.i I f.i! \ !
villain* alivo.tie "I.:''' ) 4sii p Nou, tlu.-ti f'-ri in ..f t '. Whiting' : 1"\1'.1
incorrigible itu-e :rimrily! i iti.l
toiKt pur-m
; ::: *rr. who w"* often in tho ffii-e during -hieensl..r2.- 18iS. 42-Om. :I, ArIlJt' .. 21} urn . . ; . .. .1111/JiI I II ;, \ .-, I in n.-l.\I OrJiiLinee) "...l m\ <'t!!li.i ..., I..' i :'::1.,,(_. ii..- :'iti'l 1 o->:ar",'. :iJ iriMy:: :Jij.l-.td t-iiuirWuIN, l>oin, 1 1i

is about & feet 0 in I tin.-U I.' rei.\) iMt'-n I tli.it nil I ill, "-iM 1..1.| tint': .. | t'.ir a in a Kill: Kooinr: : hunt up old furniture, hl.iie.1u.uir .
. Itu noj.Mirn in M MCUfl j 5.510>> 1'ri/e-t nnionntini t\\ia and '
'I ; to !S32OOOO: 11I..t. I'.lle:! 1 i up( to the !l.-\tl! of -;.i.l..lr..I..r l,- t'ii i iajf. )fainting .1 CTiititining
; hi..h stoat-wore a heavy !..wI&rcl.I Notice. time, E"'r.t.: ; l Old and l'. .
lies i -Jrl 1 I f.lt" h anee.1.> ""."npi! lion. 'iV. I II I ..'..It.. La. in I 'Iill'ai.til', -r
very 1.1.11-V.;: AIIl" luinrianl crllp. of hair, j i H'/.u/c\ Ttcl'tt I'" ; hours *S ; (J'irtrrt *:2!>. ..II thi-olith! :: illt., tlli- .-lll!<' Mill I'O let out. ill JEWELRY. lr.. l.; "' in I p ) .t, and aVnri tfS

l:11 (>f ..hich! were dyol. lid has a irnr MON'IHS: l after time .1.t..f .. i iOIX -..l'I :- : tli'it Ii,,.'. tli II..- pri'iii--. 1., 'tin- |nu.--l t... .u4 hllllc"4.f 1 I'.ailll I I ill: .1..1 i ia
the* pre ZirCi"'I sh!w5n.j ti-! s.f ... I1.1.1.1 I I rin :,ti I l''v'S:: I ..SiIbc.A .
<.n hi*. forehead -aflOtIt.as., wo are 101.1. J .nt. I mil i apply I" llulli.n.I I Jud!e ..f ( \ ir |> :in ||- ; il-| i.: I Hi.--K. -.'-.f.1, l.i.ll.-r! I.. I I'.n-t: *. I .atl' lli.itllsir p

i; In the back of hi. head Rn.l.. third on his I l',.Ialf' of H.-rnando I 'ountx. for :i tim al .1i4'!! the I.nttetiuK \% i1! |l..o Mill lu buy I'llf ile-! '-iiiiipIi-i( .. t tli.- u.ult uitliiii tliiriv il//e.\: th.-n--if. j: Fin .'! K::!!:-', \\a ...vAll ', L O. ;
! 1 t -r. .iii-l) toui\ .- .. II .. : : : us
1'11.11111.1!
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\\.c him be ab.. 4 Ii. rie lions the .\.hllil.I'IaiiulI..n l the l: tate .ir..u. of n-ci-ivinij! it. l I. r wtrrcnt: 'l jjfntiini.1.
to ut
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let sheuilkr. !pupvjs| : f.itllifitl! pi-i fi.nn.in.-. vl .- i.l: W"I'I'- )I'"i'l .. The 1 Art iii'i find
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of IVter M!I..c J 'h\ IH> .f aid I.IIY taught
4 a< < County. dee "I I'"ihlilll llildin-j
of his con.pU-xioii lli.I I'liiiin-il of ttliiditiI! !! 1 I.- M'l.l ?/,"']> for .
I ihirty-f.vcyear ufa. e.- >cd. 1 r.\ .II.y I :trI.1 I
light-hii conversation prompt and intclliffrttl ALEXANDER: : I' McOlIACJIY. I'. C> rtinf<"!'. <>f J\irliiir will l-o s.-M ut the .-- owuinir.. ->a'd; l.ol> to p.i\ 'lie \piniM "".:/t. ti ,-\&.hal.1 1 for co-intiy: ]>roilmo.! ... ,itl1; J'.inliur. .\ .UII"'alllnl'. il l>e 14uglt. lo.;

: that (-f a gentlenl! in.- AdiniLi-ti.-i''r. f.ill.Miiuir i rat..-. wliKh) I- the ri-k : -:",1 ou-k. illiin! thut lilll... th.- .li.I I."" will f.-re.i-h. .

-appoaranre S December 23, ISiS. 4i:! Cm. 1 *C'utitieateof Tni-lnire ]III I Wliolo) TicLiU, "'i' j I II... liixnl: aii.I; -old :..-.-.....Iill;: i to I tlu- I 'r.hii.iH.v .IUSHtL) \ ( \ \ C1X; : >. \V. EIV.Rl: -

1 ; Wcatsye glnwics in resiling.: __ __n____ u_ ___ .. .. I.. Half: ." -I", 1 prutidin': for tinaiue.! to i..,\' said\ i-\p.-i--. I' <.-( ii .1rs for ,i .rk van left at tl .
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J J t -! in (jiMitcr tSiteii;I mi l.-r n\ h.n-d, 11-s: IT.th! .l.iv ..C I Istiiler PC- '. .
4 SELECT FEMALE SCHOOL.S .. .. :-J! iM : ', TMIDi-. I I-5. 1 l---< : : f I', ni "d.'T I llice.'lanpi _
ill.J.rtd.-\ bill has '"- lsi>. ,
! t Marriage of : plCS' Jigl.lh": In! - : 'M. 3-t tf.T
rrilE I: t' :N !: .. 11-1. \1'111.
1illlNll= :: > .II."lil.lI. isis :M. I'p"'T.II: \ "r.

1 1 *d the Iloune (.f I-pre enlflt1re5 of Georgia I l lct Peinalilnx.l, Io.-nt.-d on the W.-..t 'ixoinrniM.TifivETSori-iuTii-icATr: : :>. .- ---_. x"i-i : \v --- ---- --
the liatikf J llilUl.oioii I ) ri\ "-r. oppo-it<> the City Knn! the money to our nldrefor the Tic \ \ I: II I I .\Vi I.tfei-ted: : nrrnn..viient! both
of 52 prohibiting
50 to a
1 l.y a rot .>f Tnmpa. Tin- -hool '''..III Iii \ >'i\' .-'unfiirt. k-' !!" .ordered! on rei-eipl of uhieh I Ihey will lie S I I-: : ., .L1., I Ni u \ ..rl. liy' tt hivh we cal

i marriage of fir't cou1n, under severe 101.1... h.ivmea pood tire-plare and! furni-h.-l| 'fi.rwarded 1.y lii-t mail.i I I'uii hu.i-i.. i'till hawtirV .\ 1'1:111Ful: : )|: KVKUYr.nDY': : : i i'ti : i:Iri-h. .

off the inheritance of w ith ",ni f..,..al.1- *<.nt*, Jr>I> .\<.., usti.! caeli pit- .-t.. eiidinir .1 in anli ci".- 1 Ii..\. may: .1 li-.iirnat<- ii.. 1'1 ; 'lIln': _., i'R IiII. '
pen alt*T, and culling pil will I.- fl/rni..I.I.! .\" the unlr i.rii<*.I. 'Tilhall r The J.j.t..f I Ilra\ 1I Nuinl.ci' "1I.i l'rlL.r".1II. \\ .. J. G. LIGHTBODY'S

i ,ue. A preamble to the bill nwrti thst !l ii :....".ary l"...k., "tlOl i.,4rv, bliil-', ,prmils..le. 1 I... "'ent: to |'
: t-f mind and l : ParriiU and (fiLtnliau-1 will L<> clml.l '.1 ra w I lug. A I.I \"Trlll' V'S'S 3IICIIAKL' 1 I I \ ,WALL\
drformationn Jy areof
INK
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IRan f.irull l-ooka ,dot...) .l or itnpropt ..liitniii-! J3f 1'uri-li.ivr will plea-' writ.! heir MI; i 1.1.1 l r -T i: .\ T l i: i I'

congenial origin, from tho practice ifkindredinurmarrviog 'I 1 I." i-ehool) \. ill! I." opened fit 1.l n'clm oti nature* plitin: rtnd jrixo their l'o-t < 'ificr.l'oiin I : i\\ I IN ': / I ,.f winii fI .
M..ii.l.itin l llitli 1 Iti'l.. iind.-r 11... "1I1"'r\i I*i..,( t I)' and Molt-. Family Wows pa per. 1--I :--h rf /11'1" I 'y'

4 Gcar with each othft. and int ruction! of Mr l .. .1. 1 H V...iiiii.*>, n :?:"" /K'-nii-iiil.i: 'i' C that ,-\'>-ry Pii/e i i. drawn. I'"f 1.1 all kitijuitra'.I\ ,. ) ucknottlnl 101,1 th! .

trndn.ite lor Normal =S Imol and It tearher nf 1&11.11':1\,1.1.| ill full uiliiil di-liu-tion! 11.1 \ iv: .. i 1 ALL ,v \" 11:1: : l lii-iDS.:: 1.1 1."r 11.1 .1. .
YolIU: V. JII'I.\: : ; PUI.: : J
..\ < rifin-v I in the i-ehtM.li. vf New \"". I. and| PV' .\/" "rit. "f tl.! (ns4s nnd undi"r, 1.ti.1i"lfl..lilll..h. 1 I ioi.- \ J: i: ('. I
I" ..f ,Ih, l b.-t |1:1.: "'.\ i .ip. r-n"| Hi., .1.\! .\ 1.117;,. '1"1. -.ulv!. to .,ti' II:. tt.itit* mid! |'l lill. ""> .tI J. INIC. \:1 INIv. .
I ---- MnrU.iii-1. Mr'I V "iihe--i ill ) IIf' 'r tin-! di.itviiijf other "
< \\ tia-h nil the .
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r prize- Il"arl.'II.II'i..I..I\' ', r....i .. ntn tui- I I lulu '- '-f f tin- eiti/i 1 St 01 11'1 v 111.d > ('4)L4u111t) : .
SuieiJe.-The! il.ll!({! cillc' Foltrol \l.rn'.II..f; l nil Flntzlirhd'teatioii: :! 1'iano Mufi. III tin- n-ii.ii. .: \ linnof thirlv' il.is.NulICi .( ,. :1\.1\1; S17.1--5. '
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4 .IT The Jspaneietf1kials hare undertaken lui"t riter ill :,..llIt, l'i.i:: i.li. I r:uiMin! /;I .\'1'0.lid""",. I Jtitf.it, /.. I./..s;,. -!//.. I 4.I-I; l4'elet.: I'ra'-cl:4: : .J.I.J:;, I :: : :: t i \ \arii tv,--t'l.ffcH' Ti ..ji "...> -.J) I"..:....* 1"1111 ,.. Four or fit .

to learn English in five years, after nnd oui-Iiou nf the tx-l des -, ;i.'ii fin' (?-,rit.n, nr,d I.iltte.W<- 4( .1 I.lrC1'"., !>" ?,; I lir-ps' Ji-a-t: I'mI'ulf l f'ii i -, "M. 4 ,.' I plima :,,- li- <--- r.nit.-r.: ; JliiTii". I ..ir.l. I'a-.nt ",' k 1..r. ttntiled !I.. V" Ti, the ranire \ r:
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i. which time all communication* with ilitcourt nUIiinij I i .-ttryi.iiictit. "-in-o nn-1 ('''11I I"I I t Jo-lAIl Kl KKK"fut "',.1 :-tlvor 'Iliiint.l. .. and .1 t.iii.-t i .',f ,,,,1. I'll.n*. I Mind I W.triVod. !.. ..-, our or th) en& ) \

will (bo furtiiihcd) lice f :11I.1] nrli.--! .. .. .. 'I 1 in \\ .... 'i 1. 1..II.t1.I ..:at'IAfl': i .
are to Le in our mother 'I, <> rent dlllre Inrixpoetablo .I\: yiiw/--', / /.,. woith ln-m 'nl l.. i :. a. |I. .r. .i\\ff ." I lAi.KU.! .I\
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Odd Fellows raradt.-T\\\\* U. S. Grand 1 for agriultural; I.urpo-.c. All tin- t trojii-i Bla.iikflAVEIS week I..lai,". Ay ."i\, .>,. :11.1".1, ," iii.,.., ..u t.. ..\.11.11.1., li, .l.r.f. .nl N'll\: 1':11'11'1; : 1.0., .. -
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Lodge of Odd Fellowt has determined to'Jve j f"Hit r1 .
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p *{ cotjditioi: !* that will! be imposed) ujv\n s;t. 1JLANK: : Iu; { \Tr LAND CLAIM-, ii.-- ::Ii:. I" I I. I. < i..i" .. ",I 1 ..'-U'i ,"ii S .,' .i -1.1. ,i.1' f

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.3 I. : :. THMRlDiPESlNSliLAR.M : I t i'' SHERIFF? SALES. FLORIDA RAIL-ROAD |I New Store! tNEW GOODS !" I QUARANTINE LAWS.: f r- --:t" .


.. ,.. -AND- I I Cur 01 T lAt lu ,

i mi" LttMUTtOR; 'MEf(OF SCII.NCE U r VIRTUE OP AUTII01UTYested in 'lTE TAKE TIllS METIIOD 01 iarorming C oOgoc Sep llib.lUa.f -. 1>0 S _

L .laonr UCAT. Scientific of I is) me by law, I have thi. day letied upon S Line !I the cititen of Tamp and iiirroiwdingcountry i cFERRiS & SOX respectfully in1 after and emend Ontiaei:
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ASD men (Ordi to
and, will offer for sale, at public out cry in tage that we havejust received, from New 1 form their old friend and the public, incti .
,_I J the"pment and past ages, have set forth I front of the Court House door. in Tampa on York, and arc now opening in thn room ror.I I that they hare just I received, and are now '' pasted April 38fA, 1858. .

to tbe vrorU that light and lcat are sepAhi( :: { let Monday (6tli dnj') In December, the rol.i i ilowing FROM OCALA. VIA FLEMINGTON, MIC-( i roerly occupied by the late J. W. Brown, I I opening, a part of their Fall and Winter Stock I\'ORDINANCE I 'No. f.ft '

; rate and distinct articles. The writer of i| property lo-trit J Lots three ((8)) andlour. I| ANOPY &; GAINESVILLE. I I I A FINE STOCK ', f]rom New York, pr schooner Kate and EeU .
I I I it Ordained by it* Sttttr gaul CO MC /- I
in Block II
and all of
I ibis has always entertained the (4)) enty-two ((22)) -- 1 i Pttk; consisting
F3 paragraph the improvements thereon taken as the propiert j CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. -orj I mrn, of the City / Tampa, ss' Common (. a"
4j e opinion tbat they are insc-perablc, and are \ y of Seth S*. Prevail, to satisfy an ezecutiontaOr DRY GOODS I I til conrmed, That, from and after the Jet day

a : but orib and the Mine euence. A dark; 'in of David Hope arid other, said properly I FARE REDUCED j: GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, !I (in all variety) of June, A. D., 1868. the ptfrt" of Tampa whereby
I declared to be under the << of>
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pointed out by defendant. government>
mALe heated I
body or; trarirtto 1
v td certain without may any \VM. H. SPENCER sl' '. Speed Increased I Cunisting, in pArt, of PLANTATION GOODS : i the following Quarantine LaWJ and a point
a degree rot1uciog1iiLt j
.
L5 Oct. IGth. 1858. AND AFTER this date, Stages leave I:j i Pork, Hams!!, (to suit all.) about half way between the Or.erStakeof
FROM
; lint increase the degree of heat to I and Sat. the Channel and Ballast Point, Ir declared t.be .
that of material and result is The above sale is postponed until tile \ every Tuesday, Thursday I j I I Shoulder, Butter, HOOTS the Quarantine Station at wttrll all
1 ) fire, the light. tir.lIty, nt 3 o' loek. r. m. Arrive at Starke SHOES, \ vessel -
t If Hyht It not heat, then the sun must first! Monday in January, 1850.:; next morning to Breakfast and Fernandina to H, Lard, shall be when placed in qtitrflhtme.. The. 4

be n body of material lire; and if so, the J December 0, 1858. 405 I>i inner-making; a clow'! and certain connecltion I Potatoes, Rice HATS, CAPS, <(:eMfor I point shall be designated by a yrffcrtf flag..4**-

on ) with 'coats for Soap Candles!! Ladle, Gentleman Misses Master ned played from the top of a tall .rte, and'at
: idea of fuel i ia iu"ulnw.vLidl is nut admitted ( (except Saturday. : I .
V .r VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY vested in I, I Savannah and Charleston. Time to Fcrnandina Butter, Sod & Sugar Cracker Servants ; which all vessel, not heninaftef *el'tid.
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; by any one. When the sun's light!. BY me by I law, I have this day levied' upon, 22 hours.rsenger.. .I I :1 shall await inspection ; and any p'eYfedh or1.
is thrown a glass! window nnd 1 .leaving Ocala I 1 1f Candy, HARDWARE peron offending against the .Im"/ sfrfcll b..
I through and l will offer fur sale, at t public outcry in, by Tneiday's Stage,,. "
: -- falls upon the floor of a cold room, is not front of the Court Home door. in the city o connect with Steamer St. Mary, next day. Dried & Green Apple, &c., cVc. of every description ; l liable to pay. a fine of One Hundred1 dollar*

,c 1!: the floor warmed on the pot where the Tamna on the ""'t. Monday in January. 1859, I I Passengers, leading Ocala by ThursJUy's( ALSO S (film) orb imprisoned fora prrte&tM tor
months.
', the following property, to.witOne lot of''I *Stage, connect with) Steamers Ettrgladt and; UOLLOW.WARE I ceeding three ((3)) S

light falls, while at the same time the glass l felunglc, taken as the property of James M( > Carolina' next day. j A Complete Stock of eucli as generally ined in this community ; .OKDINANCE No. 2. ..

I. through which the sunlight. is passing i U'tolJ. ,. f'r. to satisfy an Execution: in favor of f Pnw-cogers leaving Ocala by Saturday's[ BOOTS A SHOES I These lawi shall extend to all vessels com'

enough to congeal a drop of waterand j[ Jame McKay.( i Stage, connect with Steamer St. Joltn', 011 Mon ,, CROCKERY I tj ing above Gadseu Point their officers. crew*, .S

-. ., convert it into icet t This being the WM. J. srr.XCKK, Sheriff. day. (of wloin description' nnd n small se-1 (a good assortment ;) I 11 I passenger! ** and cargo, having contagious,*
'I fact, it mutt necessarily follow that November' 27, 1858. 3i"DY Leave .'l'tbRhJlnletrr)' Ttle* .
light |
: -s,. I and Saturday, nt 1 1..) o'clock, a. nm, rt'n Fieri- GROCERIES Council, or Health Physician shall have. full I
t b is htRt, and that extreme Iriyhlntti i is I VIRTUE OF m.II0ItlTYtlttd in i da n.ilrl'ftllrrhe nt Starke" 1 4V p. tn., talc; I Dry OcxxN, ;1 Per schooner I'tnlce and steamship GatrttJOM power and authoity to order any teasel arriving :

w nothing short of material; fire. Who hat D me I by law. I have this day levied 'upon I Stag* at 8 p. m., and arrive at Ocalu ncstf t | Glass Tin Ware, Naili, | frnniNew Orleans.. Our Stock hasbeenre- within the Harbor of Tampa. with a

witnessed the focus of an appropriate sun 'i, and; will offer fur kale, at public outcry, in front I Morning at 10 o'clock ; thus making a .! Window Olaia, I plcni'h d. and we intend to keep fully sup malignant or contagious di.*aM or distemper ,"I

I glass! and not seen that the extreme pointIS i of the Court House djor, in the City of Tarn-J I I and our word for it, a certain connection both (i' I ami) mimercus other articles, whIch we.J j' 'plied' with i such a.t on board or with the erew.orpasoeagtra f.. 5

1' ; 4 insufferably bright, aud that material 11} pa, on the first Monday in January 1859 the j I wavs.Through. will icll, as low ns possible for cash ; I l' HK, feeted with the same to be remove*} M .***''fo. ,
f following towitLot No. Tickets between Ocal and Fey or f place as may be designated by tW.***"""W. .
one ((1))
k- t.. fire 5 is the inevitable result. | j in) Block :\property 0. nineteen (19)), according to tI,,, nandina, fO.Srt, to be had of our Agent. E. J. : (country produce. FLOUR Council or Health Physician a* aosrpcf aid 'f ,,-:t

1 Will some scientific philosopher! noticetlleAC : J: survey of 1847,-taken as the property orBenj.min II*MI*, .:.'}.. at Ocala, and Railroad Agent a t Give us a call and see wlint .f cnh do I CORN. most consistent with the safety aid Walth of* -

t- few remarks and enlighten 1en.- J. Hauler( to satisfy an Execution: Ferdandiua. for : SALT I the said Cityf TampA

;; ir quirer after truth 1 in favor of John Mercer. Fare, by this route, to Savannah . .tH.W I you.'M. i And bf fnrtkfr Ordained, That any fr- :
.. c. nuowN & co.
r ; H.\CO on or arriving by any other atCJKU
WM. S. SPENCER Sheriff. Charleston . 15.51)I. I'fnon"
t Newvillc, Nov. Cth, 1838.DAKKNKSS. Xovetuber27, 1858. 386BY .. Fernandina.. . 950. Tampa, FU.; April 10, 58. & tf. t I COFFEE ,I !from any infected port or (place, shall be lUtt ."

I. MASON & DIIUILE.J'rntiriftort ) ___ __ a I WHISKY, ,,;;|,.. to the above rule and regulations f
... J'tiiHtylraniaH. Fla. :: mentioned; SS'I 1 any person or persons
r VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY vested in Stage Line. MEItC1IANTTAILO1t. OATS, !. ;AI'e.
i '
a.- by law, I have this day levied upon Ocala. March 15th. 1858 3 ly. !t i TEAS ol against the same shall be. liable t. _.
and will offer for sale, at public outer}*, in 'i j I pay a fine of One lundr.1 dollars or be hnprueoued J
- I
---
( -. Among the many andent tombstone front of the Court House door in the City oj Removal MOLASSES, for a l>rio exceeding three .1

I in the *Ta lucket Oemetry"at Haverhill| Tamps. on the first Monday in January, 185'e ', ]NEW\ ORLE1&KEYE1' \ I p 1 1 \I SYRUPS '. month.. 1

i Massachusettsis, one from whuh the following i'. th following property ; to.wit-One bay: -OK-- PICKLES: A'c., &c.I '.
inscription: is copied : j Mule, one bay Horse, and a Two.horse Wagont U. S. MAIL STEAMERS. S. CLIXB'S I . . .. ,I DR. JOHN A."met. i. hereby appointed cII'ort
Hame**.-taken as the of E. T. \
; r JOHN SWODUOCK. !' Kendrick to satisfy an Execution properly in favor ofJanuM TlntEGUI.-\ItSt'mi- OUR I TERMS i i, In'lttor. 'Ii. signal. shall be a yellow ..
r Monthly New Orl..lIlI"and !! CLOTHING( STORE Sf c.r cWS1THY flag pla->ed, and only whentitus
31el\ ,'.
Died : i i" he 10I I I.e ,
1 February 13 177-8, Key WeaL U. S. Mail I'RODUUK and.] inert displayed. officially recognized. -
-L nnd in the 70 yea'r (.f his November WM. S. SPENCER. Sheriff. Steam*!li i p., K1:% E- I: NO CRl'.IHT.: Our motto-Snail emphatically J'rojitt a.I !. Said: 1'ort Inspector i il I.erel, .
27. 1858. 38 6 .
suitable' .. i official .
.td'_ age. Rca AL RUK A CALIIOU.\ will ABOVE }:'TAItLISIIMENT: is now 10' Quid Return. I\j-to I I appoint| a .ilt.nt. .e .
TIlE acts hall be valid and duties the
: lie 1 lived honestly nil his life, TY VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY vested i in ll at all the intermediate points on the GIII(. in the building orlll\'lho. cl1li.1 W. G. FERRIS A SON.Tampa the principal..lOP.DINANCE.. same, I
: t' -. 1) To arrive at Tampa from NewUrlvan*. mi Y. C. .t J. W. BrowlI, .. here the proprietor L'I I I January 2, 1858. 43-tf I I .
Died aged and never had a wife. me by law, I have this day levied upon -
the 17th and .
3l tor 1st 4.
t.departrame; .b\ ready to dispeu.se f.vor ill his line. 011 the so.
;5'- \VfcATtiEii or TilE"EAU 1858.-Tlie and will offer for sale at public outcry i infront To arrive at Tntnpa from Key West, on the most reasonable term*. I i I It hall. be the duty of the Port Inspector toboard
of the House in : IiI "
Court door
French Astronomer, through a recent report the firt Tampa oh 13th; and 27th in.ts.; lepart same daj-s. :I I WAITEDBY I i I any and nil ""I rl.,, believed by him. to
the follow-
Monday January 1859 '
on the subject, have dec-land the year in p property ; towitth south half of the For further information freight or paage. ..11qrlt t irtll-selectid Stock of I I j I1I1I.1'fl4LY I I have arrived from beyond Oaden's l'oiDt a. ,
1059 to be tbe i its (having excellent aceonllnIation) apply to soon niter they r>" t fie Point at ,
most extraordinary for nor h.t'aAt quarter, and the north laU of outI h. SPRING & SUMMERCLOTHING an.J :
JAMES; the ;
of such
i east McKAY12eN1. upon sanination any .t..el
equableness and mildness and beauty of quarter in Section twenty-three. Township t
I Tampa. May 23.185 lltfC : \.I*, h. shall deliver to thr Master or Commander i
south ,
its of of the thirty. of Range twenty eat,-taj ,
temperature any present cen.turr. a dc-criMnr the rendition < ,
ken as the of Louis Hell to THE eerttctf
J j property satisfy 101 hi. Y the cIniRijan) >*, health of .
| I I
I'
an execution:: in favor of James McKnv. NO T \ E.
: .-- ; WM. S. SPENCER She'riff. j I Is just received and now opening cOII,i tin r. Subscriber flt t Cnm-Ja: /loriio fllortlgt'n on.l crew, and his Jnsrnfrii1, ,
< M November in part, of the following articles :- ,I ] on uch eiarw..ti'f*j. fn wrffray, :.
2 7. 1856. 38-6
t A )law student, being examined for admission 1- j IThe' "Steamer "CAROLINA ,'. Frock Cuat. "anb. COTTON I i I which shall be obeyed by the Master or Comvmand :

S to the bar, was wished to define Executors' Notice. I having b.-en; Vests, all kia-1*. Buninms Coat MOSS=" 5 .-r immediately ; and, open the deliver .. :
j -i- thoroughly overhauled' .
"an o.'ujinal bill to which I J. replied that I IM'k Overcoats, Kegland Cont. hKlNS, of such certificate and inpfrn.'ionl.! tie Ma'
; e Ac.. has acainresumed I. f
I.L PERSONS: having demands painted. Fine White bhirtf leT Commander, Owner 01 Agent sh l-y_y to
U against I .
he dii. : Merino Shirt*. ; HIDES, '
: wish
not to be positive but he tho A her
: regular the aid Port whether the f .
.. the Estate of Thomas P. Kennedy. late of lUndVrrcliiffi', I sai e- 't
> IcEF.wLX
i o. Drawern, ;i : In"Jeor.
William Shakespeare wn, on the whole .. trips between PaInt);... Fla., and 1'hiarlestoiC.lenving 1', 'I tiricate bill of otherwise
HilUborough Countin the State of .Florida I, S. Cratat,, Ac.: Ac., Ac. (;.L'. T.J.J.oW.AnJ celn hult or '
.... the most original 'Uill on record. lie tv.is : J"l'euAed. will present them without delav, I o'clock Palatka every Thursday nior- -ALSO- a large ', the turn of $ 0 if the %:toes o
.. admitted immediately. : and all jx-rsons indebted to said) Thomas I P.I ;i ning, at 8 ; arriving in Charleston on jiantityt1' or under. ; if over 2 and under 75 ton, the I

| Inllt"df'rtllteJ., are particularly re
( .c._ .- make"i'nni.r.late! payment to the undrrsigned. I 1!, the Car and Steamship going! north. 1 In ezrhan; for wloidI will give Merchandise 1 ton, the sum of $7 50 ; i of or over ISO Un, .
Ti.V: I>ALE A CLOTIIIXG.Thf .
4Z Dggc a\V a-mITt! l.IThr 'hA y Alid all creditwrn legatee, and ]icr ons > REID.rniatkt Notes. Orders, anti Aerountsof .<>!1. the sum of fl') 0 and no more ; (for whirl*. -
S :t but knew that it.:1> u ".{,imiittifi1 1{!,fl nm' t* tnW't-I.l.odilt' ribllt ion, arc icrei.> ..' '- ..i 0<:1. 23, 1858. 8in.6.IN .e !goods can loe bought tkraprr than vent l'enOIlI ; and all who open owe me in any I t|I I payment the Inspector ,hll give his Tf--

) "-. nn .rrilJinMt; TJ"L"'frlt up.! *le tolj at the expiration- of two.MSrVrftW) tsC This barre<1l1t(': \-' .Ir; n :-:l'l'1''- ;.. -- the rhrapeit and all person, desiring! vtliine manner what 'o : ... ..__ .*, : ttaler.Aet.l or Owner of said '
.j omitbers the tnfy wncn me Sitter said. unleM exhibited within that time. in thi lio... will, do 11. '-;'-;- ---': "-'t- 'r..n..c-r.ar.w-cJTTt T3rtrr.J'/4'JJ.L), with :. vewel! er
i: "Do know have JOHN .. : -( THE- : ing at the stand of S. CLINE, opposite E. A. some i>f the above named nrticlc. vet'els! shall, upon conviction thereof, be tiahlu-.
: < you Diggs. you conunitteJa DAKLI.VR. l hx ", FLORIDA RAIL-ROAD.I Clarke; A Co:. .loreX. I am thankful for past favors, but. from thi I i I to pay a fine, of Fifty dollars or be imprisoned 1
,tp.; very grave ctf.HiceWhy? what have HENRY. PROMT'S.) r H. Clothio rn.d. to order in the cheape date, my bu,ines will Ke conduct.d! on theCnsh for* prriml not exceeding thirty days.
I done !" "Vod have :' Tampa Flo., Ssi.t 4. 185S. 268ADJflN'fSTR.fTRIX' FERNANIUNA: daily, (:Sunda' nd '
<' passed a counterfeit' LEAVE ext n ratc t, must durable' .1)"lt.1"Amr..lIar..J. S) tem, ettlutivly, and all who war itBargains ORDINANCE No. 5.
bill ) on arrival I learner* (rot..Chmaric i- 13, 1858.:\ .
I knotting it to be hucll, raid Smitherswithout 43-tf.: : in any article of general mrrvh.indisc ) coraiuiinfcalf'Hi
ton and Savannah o shore whattver
.
: connecting at Callahan with' : .will tl'f -
I SO TICi : will find it to their benefit
to call nnd
smile 5
a and tied."You Stares for Fru-leii Hill and Centre\ille, ia.! !get thnllbe permitted take place between

-..,- -- ALL PERSONS: : indebted to the Estate or'illilUlI at lUIJwin with Stage for Tallah-wsee ; at; NEW GOODS accommodated on the above ten<.. the of'l'r crews, or pn. 'ers of any vessel
\\'. John-toil late of ', C. L. FRIEHELE.: : or "f'* be in
Trail
HilUborough: Ridce with Staee!: for Middlebure, and tttarke may put t .11' *--AT THE- Tainpa, Fla., Oct. I. IS.:; :Si;1. tfSOMETIimfi .
are
frirnd.-"Yes ; my County, Mate of Floiitla, deceased are ,'Arlle.I1111rlJ 'S ,,'ithtaC'A! for Se"'IIAnfl\'iIl., Game N the Port In! < A a.rrli.l. except .1,1.
eye is inflamed, and very pa'nful. I)fit re
. I you know of any remedy !"_"!).) as I dul 1 f payment to the undersigned and all i>.rlon. LeateStarke; JjilySundays( exceptedon) arrival \\ ,, ,,\ .. Inopeeter ; and for et"rf M efc p"wtit, rft.*

last week with a tooth-hai' it Imviin: tli-innn.U ncain't aiil Estate: .will rr e. of Stage. all.I connecting at ....rll.nlinlaI .- : NEW" !I parly obtaining! the J.tf shall pay tfie sum .f
s S out. tent Iliein. it lion t di-lav. e Witli Steamers for Sataunah and Chailenton, --- fifty cent ((5:In.t..) Itut nothini" in thin law \
What
part of a ship is a faimer 1 The SARAH JOHNSTON. [| on Munduy", Tuesilay Wednesday .....1 Friday. nitEAT: riAIUtAINSvaii:, now U had at the -liull, IH* no ( ..construed is to prevent anv ye..ol 1

bicr.t .\..Imi"i.lutaiwith i : the ", ill annexed.September i I A. If. COLE, S> ,. VI )",110.. Utainl, corner of SFLF-RISIXG! PASTRY FLOL'K.Extra :. from retnrnii.!'towar.1 ir UJMUI Ilamin..- f
ij
2!%. IwSti. I linii, na nfi>rr>.ii.l, t t I..
2S not found
t II :, May 1 & Jatkion alt" ,1.1
.
-- -'.'- -S I 1838. 8-tf. TtiiHjxi St. ., : .1iigdit) ; in a ...condition to Il1n.1 il
--' -- -
** J IlRtlIln.! .11 ,re were jon going: yesUrday Tax Collector's Notice. |I Look-fit Till* !-- ---- !| III the liutter, Lard, OKDINANCE: XO. 6. .

wln-n I saw you g"i iug to the. mill ?r ,nI. S. M'ENCER. 'Sheriff i ii hereby anIf j I I DRY GOODS LINE. naj.ino.i The Urnncli Pilot of the |"x.rt of Tamps. arcrriiirnlto

"\\'hiy, I was! :z nS tit l'''': mill' to J.e l thorized to collect the Taxe lne tliMat. IC I TIlE TIle unijr iinnl! would al.n call the partic- G rotun.! fiinqcr; C"rI.0.11; \. | luaLf known lhi" *,e health Law .

@ure." a ud) \'tJunlJ. for the ,tear* !856-';. II i FAMILY DOCTOR i ular attention the people to hi. l.AlUiK( : AS. :-111.:11'' to Ilic IAol..r of .1I..I vrtol. as they may ,
*
M. \\'.\LI.. bo.inl *\\ :JI I i.li IVI' ) SORTMENT.) : of may : '
: wen you, l\l! got | ; loI1l4l"1. Candle*, anil Pilot, h. that! I
you JA McKAY. f I I31. II CONTAINS any w (.illo do op he
,- to a grist for SIMPLE REMKDHIS: :) easily 0).1) FAMILY GROCERIES !I'icLnirk Huller :So.U tf.r .hal :
carry me. I \\ n. HOOKER( : j i! w lained for the cure of die-a'* ill all ( aiu inr.l HIIIII of line I Hundred I dollars or I... I
"""by. did ee me ..liJIt011 i K A. CLARK Which I Crackers .to.., Ac, i Silo >rioned for the of not
you ,I1'f !. j, I; l It talk to you i.. plain language easily can bought Oil the most rra'onablr stare eirtfdinjf ;
"\ *, but not until you got 4.!"-an out terms-for e..... FOR SALE. I"h'.' month I .1\

S i,.. on.l all, .. in it .White OI)OKDINANVKNn..
.igbt. i -- - --- : ptic wrvii-o tojou ; cunlainlt, nn-lrr many oMi ,(ntions to his old! it
:SUM t ) rjmo.:! page*, and uill l 1111 fur..ar.If'.1 toouraddre friends! and outtomern. he solicit a continuance .' AT THE No ,1"l"r. seaman or pa.-nger. shall dome
-' '- ; N otiee.I'iv' **, jMitage, paid on rec..iptII one of patronage and will endravorto inrrrme hi* FLOlIA I ) H.KERV I .1 II.rC'. or Ian. anything whatsoever from r :: i f

(-I A dxncing ni.t'ter, in rc-newing In* M m >. :' dull"'n\:: body fhould have it i i iSend buinc by selling! myerittr yoodt at loir prirut. -rivJOHN any \t-"*l or T -,.rN |.|.rr.I i in iiarantine. '
: to .JOHN I E i:; POITER.( : Pul.li.her. I'0. afi.rf.ni.l. who InnI.n"" unlice the Laws. t .
ticitalions for lr
pNtroniigo: wKlitr.l to i-xtircM ALL PERSONS: are cautioned not to r..r.1 )\ (,17 S St. .. FLETCHER.: | (. ... I
"nt.m Philadelphia. )'L I I. (;. CIJVACEVICH. i I.iIJ ni .1. a. .r.rrad! ; and| any
p, Iiis obligations for put (*"01'., when the '' s Power of Attorney in the (ohIo.'- I IW Ag'nti trill fluid it tery jxiputar. Tampa. Auc. 14. 1SI$. 43.ly T.mra.rril 3, 185H.! 41 If. |I.no..o .i.-l.itink'p-p r.hinr.tt... .11,1 I.. .I ..

printer made liitn *ay-"Most respectfully 1S58 tig! Comitatiies, vie': in U. S. ervice. in .1857 and I 1 December 4th., 1658. 33 3tn. -- -- .- ._- - .- -- .. -- ----- inhml. for each and "YC'r-i4T" e. the ra' : /
oilers his ilinnls.VhcIi I nf One Hundred dollar
!loe
.
or
imprisuned (
:I Captain John )ItS"f'i11.] I I JUST RECEIVED\ : JOHN JACKSON i I I.space f"f'lin months.
I .
Wm.
.J j II. KenJrick,
i .
I I. J. Carter. I Notice. i! I Wtiolrwale! Rrlail |JOKIMNANCE< ) : NO. 8. i .,

\ lovely woman veils her bosom, I .. Robert Mickler, PER STEAMER: C.lLIIOU.-f.: DEALER: IX f I.t" Cotnmander of any vessel.l .
..
I
to \\"tli muslin fHsIiional.lv: thin ; i i I.. A. II Arde... nut in 'larllnlinp. i i.e who shall ,, I I

:.. \Yhal man with eyes could .-re rcfuso m 'i I .". W. Stephens, and II j I S- IX will WEEKS be made: AFTER to the: DATE of application' SACKS CORN, ;1 Dry Goodt, Jfartlieare, Cattery, iff., eli 'land any officer! .elln.ror..il paiscngfr, or a. /
Judge Probate
From casually peering in f t I without H. V. Snell. |'I II HilUhorough Tounty. for Letters of Aolmini, of. ho 25 SACKS OATS. i l TAMI'A FLORiDA, /cargo i.r ttiine..or who shall allow any pers, I
ferring to us or the sail j perwo* loe m t* rd. .t
'1"1' *
Caj.taias. a> by
r And when bis ardent I'I tration on" the KMst: I O' eirept permit :
of IH.AN infi
Mitvhacl 10
gaze returning. :: a* the pli.ll'ow..r* of Attorney ..i1ll be 'tiL. McCar'y.' WOULD repcctfnlly >n !his! old friend .aforesaid ; or who shall] make false d j
The dry good heaved to deep drag n kigli. .. J01 lint "''y to 'h* debts due to the) Captain* j late of said ( .lInt\ -eacd. 1: 25 UBI.! ..';. FI/UR. 1'11I"", that he has just n-ttiHd 1h lnrtitions in rrgard to the port or place f.ln.I..C'i/ i.

j ; Would not his finger end be burning ', t-melve from their mt"n. !but alto to all such December ELfZAHLTH: :: A. MrCARTV 20 IRISH POTATOES 'his w hicl he came, or in to the health .f '1 ,
reja.l
f.: S To prcw-IJis bat down o'er 1m eye I 1 I debt* a* the Captain may have l>ecome accountable : II. 1858. -III t' i I 6 AI'PLKS.: [fuse, ., WIXTCR: KTOCK I1 h lii!< crew or paengrr who .I.tr.ru.to il,

t. for their men previous to the Ji 5 1TJ And i i. now prepared to ell eventhing in his j'answer 'lCtIO tnocUiog these or
.. __ PORK for ,
._ ': charge of their l re* >ective Comfianie. family. I w ho iii. Qnnrontine t'
: i h line, of the bent LOW .b.1 pans Faf. I
quality, at RATES ;
very
1000 I.H S. HULK
POIIK
KEN.NEl: : : | J
4 _
AlaJy.askedanoteddoetor if ho did" DARLING. j I Notice. for CASH. lie is convinced that) no system of \ : con tagi i dioea,e on board vessel), I
Sutlers in whole or in part 6 BASKETS CHAMPAIGN. .. and any Pilot or other who shall brie
l" ine permn
tbink the u ntr..rllIthe same facilities for the satisfaction
:; ', not small bonnatithe ladie!. wore for the said Companie 5 nHI$. 01.)) MO OXli.\IIr-J.\: of l oth tin.I seller -. ,any ";.1111' to the City, in .iol.liol of thes tJ
i:- had n tendency to produce congestion of: Timpa Fla August 23. 1858.:\ 25.tf. j rPHIRTY J. DAYS from the date hereof. I willarl'ly WIHSKKV I I : C".h. tem-therefore buyer ithajheen, as does the h health| r.gnasioe.", shall !>punished for cacti j I
y adopted
to the lion Judge of Probate ,.( by ,and
the sock
. S bruin. "Oh no replied lie. "ladies.who j every t.E.in tUe sm of Oa.
S illl. All! d
Hernanjn for 12 HALES! hAY r..onl! *> iring: Goo; have brains County an Or.ler to .clt threegrois j 11] fldrtI'Jol." or ,.(' imprisoned for >.rio.\ '
won't wear them. N the KnillS will 'l. well t t. give him a call at hi> I' a [
b.lontring to Entate: of Krltecrn Ono !barrel tbree
"I easi .. __.___ Notice. i.i i M..n.l..n. deceased! : viz: One Woman and superior Cider Vinegar old Itn.l.on, Tampa street before I.urcha&ihs 1inl mnotU f
( ,
Catsup. .Piddl'I! crushed el't"whert. ORDINANCE ,
..J\ (Child and a I5oy for the purpone of dividing Sugar- Jc brown )I XO. O.

I _..jwy*.-Oh, doctor, run down to our l hIE UNDERSIGNED offers for tale the fol- '.aid Eitate. Ac., &c., all for sale-for Cash! -cheaper ;' _'Tampn, Dec. 8, '57. -lf.su I I Any CI.to lion** Oflv-rr r f other .

p5r house a, quick as ever you kin: I Hid) k's ( Ot'L' lowing property, at liberal prices:- I i, A. H. MUNDEN; : AdmV. 'fur you-nt POSTS.. I Irfn.which who r.". g. on bar.1 any "is..l
the mraftlcs from A fine Mule November 2'' 1858. 3-.M Tampa March Cth npon ezaffirnatu'n. shall ,
k ecnd to eend, and Tom family A Carriage ; the Mule in I 1858. 52 tf REDUCED PRICES in shall
put ,
j- "t'll.ars old, safe in all harne b quarantine not be t.
turned a ummers.tt over the f<.td.ler.Jtn'kanJ and under < I II aloe .
the ia.1.Il} .. and in 1'be' : Iln.1 provided in the 6th ;
.i laige good condition. -or- uup ,
: smashed his all '
nose to Hinder Sat
n Carriage ID with Notice. t'no violating this Ordinance
new lop. h.fIP. pole and Citation. ) o ,r
; got the picken clior, and mother'* got he double harne. and will neat four personv LU I, shall punished by a fine .f One llnndml

- biggest kir.d o'fit, and clA."s! drunk tho worst At lMut MHI. Arr.-a HilUborough i Hamnjock, f rPlIE: UNDERSIGNED' } : a....ignce of thf' laIc IBlERi dollars O three r be imprisoned months.OKDINANCE f 1M a rnlo not iceedine 'i

' fS soft anc!-and, the way I want candy oh[ I II and ntioiit :2-VI Acre llrmnioek in Hernando J. meroantile firm of Freeman .t MclK>nal..l. 1T1IEREA. Joel J. A-Mi.on, Administrator -
Lords County. 1'he..lan,15 embrace C ..lar and! live I hereby notilie* all persons indebted to said 1 I f of tho E: tate of J..III..IJi.,,", hate of NO. 10.
I)aL.. and in soil are not iufcrior to lands in Manatee t'oun'y. deeeaoil Thr City Connril. tM of th.
any linn that U. H. hart, E. is Attorney. havint; fill in the ATmm. open report
the State. |fAn fully authorized to collect'lr.and receipt my: for office of the Jii'lue: of Probate. of '",i.1 County Bell's Port In"pector. will dcterrome the length H

I Ills nnlicalthy. to fall: in love with another Improvenient I mile north of Tampa. i tinnies due naij firm and such persons) any are a written supgrslion! of the (probable insolven- time any ve..C'I. placed! in quarantine, as arrr
on the road to Pearceville and of said Estate s ail. shall, detained.OUDINANCE .
the .
; Improvenf I hereby requested to make to him ey ; therefore notice is hereby DEST LUMHER.: .
man's ira.In Arkansas this kind paments ortome. . . \
wherein I reside '
ment. to all
on the We.t bank of LEROY G. LESLY.Ha. given rC'rAHnS having claims against sail: 1) Rt1rhl.EI--------------: ; : .tu\l"1' NO. 11. .

thing usually terminate in death the fmt HilUb.>rougli ri\'C'r. opjiosite the, City of Tam TtMr,. .. July Jl.?. 1658.: Estate, to appear and lile the same in the of MIIN<;LES, . . . . . 7:I ::111. I These QII"ranlinf and Health Laws shaTI %. / .
J& '.;: CARTEll. fice of the of Probate 30lHi and ,
year. pa. : Judge duly ituthentieated J. D. remain in full force from the data hereof _
Hay good tenders
II ,.-- TAUT. Dec. Vth, 1858. 4rt-tf. I as the law provide" on or before the 6th :, thanks for pa t favor to,the and public his sincere ,until impended by order of the City Council.. ..i ".
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day September. A. D. 18.%9. earnestly so AnJ. for
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S One of the hardest of (people( was asked otiee.I E. GLAZIER. I I. Tampa. July 10, '58. 18 j the part of the Port Inspector, he shall forfeit .
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i4 to suhrrih to some worthy :Notice i I Judge, of Probate, Manatee To. ,alt pay a fine for each and every such offence. :: \
object."I I
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December}
11 I I. 1858.:\ 41).8 : thl discretion of the t'
QIX Weeks after date. I will Mayor. -
can't. bo ropliwl ; I mut U-jut I I.furo apply" to theHonorable $10 PER DAY! )
I ORDINANCE
I.) Judce of Probate, (lill.borongh NO. 12.
I am *. VEEKS after .Iltt/'. I will : } '
cenerou SIX apply to the County for Letters of Administrationon If there any Ordinances contained in thos. I'
I : "\\'el] ,' said the rmo who mad the reque IIIj!< c of Probate of IlilNboroiigh County. the Estate of Joccph Summerall late of Notice ., Employment for Yonmi. or Oil, Local or Health b, for the violation of which no ,.

''f"Jftrn. know just b fore you are generous E..lale Florida: of for Simon letters of Administration ou the (said Coui.ty, de.cca eJ.'ANDREW. Traveling, in every Town ami County j prnaltyisthercincontained.lt is hereby Orbiinrd ,1 '
Turinsn Sr., lAte
nod Ill try you agHin." aid County and State. dec'd of It I I WIGGINS.November in the Union. TAt inducements |s that, for such violation of anj such Or. .1
27, 1858.: 38-C. WEEKS afterdate. I will apply to the dinance, the offvndtr Le punuhed
SIX ehal .
-.. .. SIMON Tl'RMAN. Ige of Probate of HillsborQuch are discretion of the a the"t'"t' ,
-'Ic1. Nov. 1S5:\*. county )
13. 30 /0 AN 1I0XlR.1n.I'V .
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The following vription Wa'qkIJ recentlr State ot Fla., for letters of Administration on A : AND 1'\\"Ixn i ORDINANCE NO. ,
:. the E: tate o John A. Rice dec'd., late of said BLT-.ISI-, vompriing, Tiere .irti." '. ..f 13. ; f
banded. to a tillign; npothccary : Notice. County and Mite. I'Ilaiity1"t..,, and A'ory.. re.iuiring hut Doctor Creifjhton. Todd. Rice A Oliver, are 45 5hercly j 'I

r Pinch; Rut and S>ni !'' It was put up, and i Notice.SIX ELIZABETH RICE. sinai rapital (+15): ). Retailing at pri.-e within al'pintel a Hoard! Health until oth. -
erwi
, w put up right. It meant'l'iuk Root ami I1ILT.F.BY FOREWARN any person orl I November 27. iss: 38 ft mean of every per.on. demanded in every < 1 1 .

a Senna.' paying or trading( for any ramily. Store and hnllIl.tOtAn. IJiiK-k; 'ORDINANCE NO. 14. .i"
WEEKS after date I will apply to the Notes duo Philips .t Vinchester, M no one i Sale, and afford Large Profit Everwhtre._ i All Ordinances
of .
-.- Jadge of Probate, of the County of authorized! to settle them but myself; especial I- ADVANCES. Hooks giving full descriptions, referenoes and L with these or, I'arl OrdinanflH eoaflicting

Somebody MJN "every hour (pent L ;in HilUltorouch and State of Florida fur letter ly to one J. Bnrkit a* he is not, I legally at.agent. TIlE undersigned are prepared to make lib- notices, aunt by mail on receipt of three cent ORDINANCE NO.are 10.hereby ur..leJ
of A.lmilli.tr.tiun COIl the 1: tate of All tn ': -L II alii)'. Address t.
\ Ignacio Fa- person are r"'Pleot..d pay to era"! advances on Cotton and other
S debt is !' in livery. If thatU S produce Thf'le
a year pont ordinance hall be in the
lez.dccra.ed. the S 8. J.
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or to their friend in
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so. we have quite a number of mbscri- JOHN MOXTK DtOCA. \ 33 S. Third tit.. I columns of the Florida. ]',,, I
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