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The Florida peninsular
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 Material Information
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: August 4, 1866
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
notis - AKK0726
lccn - sn 84027568
System ID: UF00079921:00245
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i vice t.tr&a.. and military power Will be required The Washington correspondent of the door in the, attitude of "chargebayonets.

A.T'rOU EY"' .1T' L \W.. ., '-----. to, keep the peace.. Emancipation Sew York Daily News (Druid) fires into Capt. Tit o'Js'pointing to the door; as if. 55 :
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t. : does ibis upon a :gignntic scale, 'and the the authors of Mr- Davis wrongs' the followng directing em to lake'up'that positioD,- 10

,. J. v,._ faO0KSvILI4: -' FLA., : T. ,K., SPENCER, & CovTerms. --0, ,most .D gr\\: 1\h1; form. It throws the broadside : > that the prisoner cannot escap .1 I, .The: Captain ,,

,JVittPtA tic..ia the? nQan'niiJ. E- *,'tern' "whole, black race into direct anJ'aggress- A celebrated painter in a city: not more is standing at the embrasure. Ha has =
.:t-iI deiratirFpts j : i ., ,?3, per annum. $1,50 for simou'.hs. Y r
:: .. ire competition with the! J laboring classes;! lhan a thousand miles from here has begunand outdrawn his sword. Ha merely ""directs

t n -.: e. : ; .J .'. .. RATES OF ATVCr TiSISC.: of tha, \-Lites. and 'the ignorance of the is now engaged upon a historical painting I the movements of.the others. 'The sergeant t. _,

i.4i.1 t., .-'. .' hnf"i'lftllte (12 brcviff lines:) .or'lose for Lta ki'lrt.uniillg 'on their freedom, will which be designs to offer for one of who brought in the t four armed Heir; bas :
trrtJnurr'd. ,
-' 'JQbJlN" i J. F. U""WF..aJIh"- .,W iiifertion' -' tt 50; embitter( the difference. The priuciple of the vacant pannvls in the Rotunda of the drawn his sword but has .'dioppedi; the \ t+'

HI 1 ,' 1 \ 'T' ', ;; ; For each .uh-< neat insertion, -. 73 !'compensation 'f ; side with the point totho'ground. 'He adverts his lace .
E'iDERS'OTr.: lrt Estate and l.fp'al Nol'et-i! will Le tlijirse.1 at everywhere through Capitol, to be hung side"by ;; .J

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: I" A1rj4icatiuu'urLettcrv, of A Jiuiui tra- inhar&h6r social rt and treatment, of the Declaration of Illd pendence.The ."- moist.. He bites lips with ,shame"and ,
Tr T.QRNg.X t\r LAW, lion, fcoo' : .. 'J N
r for# the invest That has heart.
"''iKotiee to Debtors'&*A Ctedltqn, 800) attempt I to them with 'politi subject is "The Shackling of Jofferson rage. man a :

"'.' .l:: TAMP rLA.fq1 fApj'licatiou fur 1)isnz'.ioa,1 i i cal equality. 4V endow them with the -
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Annoubccnieut Davis in Prison ad as the of SPECTATORS.ov.THE SCES,a. I Jz
AtKtG ,..""." of CoixlidatCK, c 00 ballot teas / (
-K- % by act of Congress impossible,
Will practice m the Southern J anj; Ea tern Adverti.ement.handeaID I foJ' }'1JL1iMlt: ion, not be figures i il already traced upon canvass. All the. accessories of!the scene are.. faith :
Circuit ." J "' specifviagythe f un.U-r. (f' iDii.rtjolw; until'the trunk of tho Constitution already II
of the State. r : < -* to by ,
> I[ will append a brief description of the. '
1'UblJi-beJ;: uiitil iorLiJ and fully/represented., ''The. grated windows ,
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,.+d t,Tampa;Dray :8th, 18M.:11 S t nccorJiDg stripped : branches: once full of ,, : 't
-tmo. j. C. many I work, aft it 'will. appear when finished. the mean aud squalid bed the rusty, tinplate t i
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I '. ] .. amt'pleasant singing! was torn I '
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There are twelve principal figures in the the crust of mould bread: .d.\hi} *
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MITCHELL.
else Fittitrc of the van' ting, namely Jefferson Davis! CnptTillow broken.water jug, oT.rlurned ,on th. floor :, '
'.d, ., ilc'ga "of the of its
ot' qj/ : .' : I. l'1 'f' Sonihc"I'nla'J nnd 'decldirfg qualifications 4gothiog
{ lahlsni.'From States is s
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Fen Ar wanting.
; w.2t Q Im11f ,.l "LAWo; own citizens ; and lomo'or the States most a sergeant, of : Peering through
the tho recent wort:. by J ilrgeo my four soldiers with their',muskets; and. the, grate appears tba well-known, .face. of r
:U .i ,-:-Ta tj's, FLA.-a_ Craven entitled the ,.j'ri""Jllrlir" of JefTcroh clamorous for universal DEgro'sufflage iu I
: bayonets, the blacksmith, and the four sol,General{ Sir Hudson. Lowe Miles,:with, a :
Ki.A"J. + Davis): i ;" Ins : the South, where such a : measure would i ,
< :S: : "" ; ,r.J we ez tract: 1 views on the diers without arms, who acted as, the blackmith's sardonic grin of sails/action\ the success : ;.

t.WJ1vepronpt-Ju: IILivu, O aUbuatieeto ... question'of negro enian'cipatiun; and'Us reults send unlettered blacks: to both Houses of :s assistant TLeso,figures' are.of the of bis short and easy, 'tneth'od' of..taming j I':

:a .., .. ." .to. Itia, cares '.'., ;.. ; and the late abortive i invasion oC"n- Congress, and pass the Slate LegUl.ituics :; what /
same size as the figures, in. the .other largopainting'on refractoty rebate Bat taco:i1t ,at
ITami: 8.F1..Ar.1, :BtL'GG! 1'1 nda in behalf of IrcJaiid. and judiciary altogether in their hands, I I
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the walls or.tbe'. Rotunda, band taring over the shoulders; Sic HudioaSJilwI
p / themselves refused the ballot to the I
*!'Ll' PRIVATE- SCHOOL. Mr. pnvii referred loan,account ha. bad though not numerous enough in anjr,negro dis-, as, the picture is of.' the same size as those Surely we recognize- &hOlllpeCLa.. I :1 ,.

'. t.' i. ,. lsuAvKulLuo, ,KnJda.clool, intb o been l :reading of :an attack on a negro trim to decidd the "in:j)1 ill of a poiiud- .mentioned; above,there is' room (or.all. else, those b'usby.wbilkers'and .that mild I

'JlJL? town" Tampa l. for the ixcrph'oii;ul \( uutf named: Davenport; in Connecticut. for mnrrving ,' i The moment selected Is that when the and gentle countenance. Has the Divine I
j.J*.)wi> vKtryImiurb >eau ::tAngllr.i i in II lie keeper., tI' i lead of theWar': deem cfdt .. '
or living wjih white
} Alsi fierce Department
woman. ; struggle )s Inking place between the ,
vooal Zrgli rl'nJal.t'f.J.iAtl'! courvo. J'rico '. The present! Fenian: movement for Ire i
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.... ',' '*"win be TnaJe VccorJirt c to the foriuer custom* >i olbe, New York:! riots, in which mobs ,rose land was farce'to make weak and sick: old man and his seven assailants. Q8eet9atJt0come in person; to assure him* ...,;\,' '
., .', vL t ?clir. in T.IU .... a angels weep.- I
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+u3denly infamous orderswere .
Hoarding on Ui* duet njcprnmoJating upon the .blacks! ,banging them :The last attempt was made in 1848 when After a sleepless night, feverish atiofeeLldJr'1Ir. :d : ,dul/.ex- : ,

Sr trin.-:-pt*,vions tateu-iu: part payment' to ,Iatnpposts\ and ,roasting them :It.slow V Doris bad 'stared from bis ecnted r t. Really, this bead i is.so shadowy t
the of Ireland limn)
l ULJa .. population was moro .
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r.'t that fte determined -
; tires. Thi papers boraevidence. from allSjclicM i cannot : ....
.J.. T I:' :, million; larger the movement originated i rude bed at the entrance i into his cell, of f ,

..,. .$7"D.\ -, of .increaHrij hostility 1 Intwecntlienices 1: at home, and all Europe iu a convulsive 1 I the heroic Capt. Tillow, his blacksmith, Li OFFICIAL SEFORT OJ' THE OUTRAGE. -'

t') .... and th'iswa, but part of the pen* I shackles and his four livered "assis, ,
p.o-'MUJ ',' y ; :.i iBa" rxlty 'and volcanic condition History give no II rattling One-more feature of the picture remains '
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.. poor tiegru bad to j flay for rye : tants. Ho oulJ not believe that so much to U nolle*!. ,Oul.W* of, and beyond the ..

,. .: tiJf"t Born The moro po'ilical' i-qu.iiiiy x'a accepted I returning success to baseness existed: even at Washinton, as to grated window, is plainly seen the telegraph ., .. I

;, a .H! ;::'vtn or Kpprnachid, tin greater must \be wires and pole It does not requJro: much '
their native order! that a gentleman of refinement-n- a
crate land. The aristocratic
I stretch of tho imagination: forlhe i ader'to
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the anUgonimt of the I
: : racts.Iu refugees of tlie.French Revolution iiidctd 1 gallant officer of the army, distinguished fancy the following' message;along thoso. -

:"' e t1 mQm; a tho South!, under .4avery, there wiuuo :got lack to their country, but only under i for his services in the Mexican war, a former wires. : nFORTRESS ..
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such/feeling, because there could: be no the swords of a combination iu which England !Senator, a former Secretary of War a sick
lhia.metha,101 rue.; :
lea, iaform'ne+ .bi.-cIJ UOSEOE .
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.Rats I. *.... :, often suckled by Drgroell.lln.1 sported 'du States,: Gera enlisted, with. their wholeinilitary .) manacled like a common felon.- His earnest S Honorable Edwin f:Stanton, Secretary ,

ring infancy with black playmates' Old resources. It, bras a 'mere catchpenny and dignified remonstrance bad been of War, Waihinyton; 'D.: C. : .,

7\'E\S" V13 ( ( STQUfi. sough to in manlier exercise I made, and bad fallen cold and Sir I have the ,
I engage i ri t clamour of designing: demagogues I I upon stony : pleasure to port} t .

I wm nudr lack huntsmen the young in its Atlantic aspect ; liar could ho sec hearts.. Cupt Titlow announced his index i in 'obedience to your orders I lave ,Ironed ',. }.., I

h IWtween I&i" 'hlf tiling Loose an4] Clark nfVf : 1 whites took their first lesson in fitIdports.. that in Ireland there was an organization itle purpose to fasten the manacles, then and shackled Jefferson Davis,although not .t ::(
I IlMjrbet Store, where Ile..iII keep constantly: without? a desperate struggle on his part_ ,,' ;
j fi.hed
shot sad ;
They and hunted there the honored limbs of lb ;
together eating upon ?
_S.;' fir LuJ a full 4rtiuuil uf, frcili or even a rig)rout purpose to accomplishtheolj'ct ,IIe.made ti,most-atiezpected Ind dotermincd t

I the name bread: drihkir.g'rroOl iheame proposed.: England's control o f illustrious captive. Tbeurgeant and the resistance and imprecations: were ,1, f

It \ cup, sleeping titer) the fund, tree the teas was absolute, as least so near: .,%/ ur soldiers in reserve" are olCi red"iD.tung .- frightful.: Ho even dared to speak lnva :'' { ,

: '.' Brtas.on!1!) icbiciaf t5 with their nogroguide. In'pnllic home than to madness by; the insult, the .lionhearted ", disrespectful manner of me, sir, and of you, ', .
t ;. .;. .,.: ( ng.iinst any less combination sir i 1 Captain Titlow behaved. the braest I
there ) prisoner that such 'a fouwrong ,
ances was no social : de-dates < ,
exclusion i
Cdr{ V 'I'n\'t'Y'1 ibu natives of France and Ans-lnu. Toland ,malner.and was not at all afraid.of him_ vL. s
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U.wk L Mr duliku to hid shall never .bo done : 1
,Ue oho: uffuri> fur ..'e. A. cLoioetiOKS.c:1et'tiOD o'I j' any engendered l> men in rmy ru'licieut quantity iu Ireland person ILercby! recommend him for"promotion 'I( '
? .. tHtition bvtwcen white I aud nejfrb J laLn 1 would while he has strength to prevent it; and I for his gallantry'on' the trying 'octiasloa.: I
.. .., ,' ; t. requiredesperate sea-fights l.ytuuy '
I Iwre: tt', The: soldiers four in action .
t ; In the bed chamler of with and when tho incautious blacksmith advances I' and four held in !
the'planter'Blau1 a Get <
navy tran&noit
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.gar ;"I. shackle i in hU 'bauds reserve behaved with gloat steadiness and .
!er it was common'for for vessels'and, with the open "to i
a
negro girl I ting their equipments I have
... : no I courage. ordered them an 'extra
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1 to( sled half! fasten it the } of Mr. Davis the ," '
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.. ast receieJ.rro esQcleane. half companion: ; less than, some millions. 111e'men fan rye d I upon glass of grog. Sergeant Smith, I regret .. .

: .h nnd while there, might.Le, as: in-alf coup; in this, business are either rogues or fools.Ha .- latter with that superhuman strength which: to say, behaved badly, and manifested a ,' ',
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.:;'itmiaIar: tries and i is given to men in extrraily, burls the brawny great unwillingness for rho'wort. I. think "
.among all rJCeindh'idual; in- had: no special 1 cause to love England, he is I ,.. ,
lsncesof cruel cf Vulcan to the floor and stands a Copperhead. /
i Jrealment lie was 111 cll sat nor dislike ;, but such iinpracticaFe and son '
t." ., hfied i ihst between no master 'and erect defying his foes't! llespectfully, ,-yours, : ..
laboring pigmy f her "
.PSi threatening J u empire wouldl 1 Hrosos Lows MILES: ,.
i da cs on earth had so kindly): and regardful >e ludicrous if not:'oII\1.: Against. the This is the moment-, the moment sueceeding I3r't'Brigadier Qeu'1. L S .
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v-d .i a fueling liult'!stpJ. To ibis that the artist has chosen. i .. ,
; uppot e rock* of her co-ist storm cfc)uds of a thousand P.S.-A lieutenant and 30 '

,;;!"TO: THE CITIZENS others ise.rc. niicd a violation of the 1.no11Jawl I fold'tin F nian (power hud dashed with On to him my .men !cries the gallant Captain held in reserve outside, but were not men needed.were j '

of buman nature. Early associationsof I clamour of wares and mist of spray, but ; acd the four "assistants'1 precipitate H.- L, .MILES, u. D. o., \

&; =*> : 'O f' TAM' Ai service; affection and support were pow- next morning the sun shone bright again, themselves upon,the bead of the Confeder P.. S. 2.-I hope my action in the affair t '

j" ... 9 erful. To these self interest joined The the air was calm, nod only in ashore strewn acy. It wa a daring charge, and so the- will meet with)the approval. of the Depart I Imente t5

Ifei .. And the country in GeneraL horse hired for artist has represented it. The couDtenaeea S S I 4
w a day may be fed or not fed, with wrecks could evidence be found o!( I

'::" ; \TE HAVE'JUST RECEIVE) A FIXEil groomed or not groomed when returned any past commotion of the four soldiers express min'ged shame e H.L.lLjB.B.o.. ,

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Cod: .r c .LE.'pr.l\, for which which they are engaged, and at the form!, It will be ,
.oIJfl. v :;-i vii UK; ;:v:: JiATy, we have paid a ibousand or fifteen A WESTERX.:: : GIRL.-A lady in Concor r some months beoro'LLia'ftnG t '

.int.-,. ; ..' ..' *, UKAy:,, AX: :, y .hundred 1.dollars, is an olject both of : die, III was very sick a few days ago-and I.dalle aa-1 unexpected resistance they, are : painting; irentlrelyvfinished, but when It Is .. .' r
and : her! physician decided that squirrel with. Mr. them done, and placed on exhibition in the Rotunda '
.*t.1 n'' '' pride soJici _u !e. His grooming; stabling soup ..meeting Davis keeps a flat .
-.iti'04 fatofof'Stin,. and I was necessary for her. A request was at I there can be no doubt that Congress ; '
t- ': "isfrirtii'cht' ,"' .. and:! feeJingaro__cared for. If sick bay. But ho is being forced backward will make liberal '
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'It once cent to nil 'the men in town to shoot i appropriation for its j
-.,.:; :.11.,.... t.. '.. : Drll, CooJ.",,,, he ,is doctored: and cured if p ossl'Lle.. :. a squirrel' 1 for, her, but there was not a man toward the bed ; and'it' is evident that inrl I purchase. It Congress haggles at all about ,

:" *** ,, ..e *hlr.ell 'clieat'; for Vib-or; pro I Ii 11'beaat work it is the owner's interest to to found in the town willing to do this taw moments more. the unequal J, struggle the price, Massachusetts a't aeri'e'step ..

i dacebcfure:-r.ueh.: : elsewhere, call and j that he shall not be ovcrtaied.Tlie"attainment'of simple act fof an invalid. A country girl will be over. The counlenan ce of Mr. Davis in and become the purchaser, in honor of ;
V who happened to bo in_ dIe neighborhood her worthy son, Sir. Hudson JJiles. But ;e
; at ooree.et.* *'- is as the countenance of a man in bat
..,' look political heard of it shouldered a ritle, and returned I Congress will never consent thai the work 't
-. .. ,a-illTCHELUCO.. equality: bythe'negro lie ; but the particular expression to be given shall leave the '
y .. in about half an hour with four squirrelseach Capitol when it has :once + 1 1entered
tt will
revolutionize 1
1Taan sib OG. thisi.
\/._ ..i, : P' I, I' all ,It (hut through the bead. to it cannot be decided. at, Ibis early it.For, this painting wil commemorate '*
t will be) as'ifour horses were given the the
right grandest
4": ', : n singe of the work achievement,of la* .
f.r.'lI4DJI1fI TRATOR'S NOTICE of intruding.into. 'our parlurs, or brought war against the S u\h. The action' wVih '- :

f.' ,,' t .! 41ISJroU1. the dAte c Hereof,' I ishallk directly! into compolitionSfllh! human 1 la-: TIutwer calls'a newspaper."tbe common THE GROUPING OT IDE YIot:1t!:'. the painting commemorates throws frf, into '

: ,.i SIX'O bll tbe saute 'or 'AtJerlIj' 'labor reservoir into which steam 3 its the shade the most brilliant ofGrant's"victories"
!. ,,no longer aided it but as rivals- every pours The other figures !in the painting are .
ms patltoD and :blattb.bl.Cstltoa, deeeas ea' living waters, and at which every man may -even those at the wilderness j ,
?::- 't! ;. ;'r resent a. mre.tfI'fobat.of.a.eeowot audroeebera ,ito t.heI'i. Put large gangs ({whilo 1 laborers, belonging come to Jrioktt.tircumst'DccS. grouped AS follows : Tbe.blacksmith is rising at Spottsylvania, at Cold Harder and at .

....;0",'. Ioujnd' '; dil'Char:1e. C\01Int.r-; to! different 6atioaaliics, ,at work beside alter cases lied paint from tbe ground, and has got upon his l Petersburg Min No,: noY the 'nation

: ti U :: :for.1&(roDr'Jbo.ura.e HeUJtpJent!as.JminIatratiuii: of taiJ tack other, and, fends will break out. which is a great improv eeLt on the looks hands and knees His hammer and the cannot afford to let tbusp&ntioglearo the '. : f''
Capitol. It must bo lorded down to all
,I'i. <;rclUteJ..'. ".A UAYUAVMmi. Endeavor to supplant a thousand: IrishmenuorLiug of olJ house!*, but is an injury to the young heavy shackles are lying .on the grounbvforc future
(1fft&:: J+: rJ) generations R\{he crowning victory
_, '. W J'f' 1.:. tlV"." '"'" .,' -. "!D on alervo or, canal t bra thousand 1 ladies. J him, ready for use. Tho four' 're- 1 of the tray s '

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THE FLORIDA PENIN8ULR.r General [For the I'eniasluar.] "Those who live in Glass Houses," tesentatives have withheld now legislation where it was. needs {
Having been
OF '
r .FIJTUKE SOUTH fco.This .
onr.return from FLORIDA. homely, old adage will be receired .J, pressed sectional o..urol"bo", on*

'we'. Jam';not ---- ". Doc w,, denied recognition sot merely
; ;; ; now with peculiar and pertinent applicability

: opylcif: o ;-., :;; '..No._ 3. to such journals and Northern for; of our rights, bat of our b.lollD! claim of

present issue b ( : ': respondents contain n the,theft aud robbet- upon the forbearance or magnanimity
e' twenty of which we bare In have
yew, short they reopened
with ;
ti tion i Sea l committed by, a few Fenians during our conquerors.
rt AM.; C. CEAFT :Ed'1 tor.' (readers will n lttif road has been begun and the wound that was healing, widened
t .. ; their recent invasion., remarking: n \
,_' ; the heavy tread of the Iron pathe breech that was being bridged, revivedold L
; try to the subject 'the Richmond. Times .
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TAMPA, FLORIDA. we hare been brought great changes and has animosities,created sew ones, and stirred \
:
&* I impulse to all! departments of says io the minds of men North aDd ,l
t. 8.&TI1BDAY.. August dtihr 1CO. issue. "During their recent hurried trip to Canada op !
r We found It i.-an interesting enquiry! why South fesliugs of hostility it bkler; if not I
a (few Fenians robbed and insulted
,
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:gew.Ad91rt148montL. work has been the 1 j'
a so lung delay so than swayed them daring
depreiiTng: in whom mere ,
some of the women and children
AUjUUon1i3directed to. the following that work was eventually ac ; .. d
j(
; Faber ft Co.: war. < .
'Ife'w idvhrtlsetneots. they met while on the war path. Doubtless ,
with the Cedar I A reaction has taken place in both'sections '
these Fenians had Idrned'lu h warlike 7.
.+ ,,"StoD.waUl'lFama1o JAS. Ti.rOwuL of combination of capital l '
'! Seminar/ failure Las (ra ; -a accomplishments u the srldiers ands u tL..oothinf'' influenoea-ofrtoe" l !

: ; errattd. bar awayibetQ: a serious draw \ wise measures adopted >y the_Administration. '
every Sheridan even who
or
Kilpatrick Spears
,
,
4 Sloop Sum-W. G."Fri us. ., of' the South In the onlintiry con* Exciting toliaoot essential to ilia
gloom this that
seemed to like business 1,0"w.n
s <,,I'otiee.to.. .ajl persoosbuyibg notes given ciety,'wbich.is ., each proprietor 'was ,,a be still continues it. Whatever ends in view, he hd ItwJptr.lynppret.bd;: ,J J
maybe
t to Coaferate limes-:8.McCiKTT.v ins small'way, and I if be 'could 1 quietly i magnanimous morel
I. Wef clip the 1 the facts as to the prexious education efficiently :
,
: *' news from" the 1 pli.b ,an enterprize alone, be fail of the. warriors the of tban wisely,Andrew; Jvbnsoor was so shaping : l
J3F We return our warmest) thanks to correspondents! :
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to unite with others and thus
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12th. his that aAoald foryel. '
lodge "Aiuv aid Mr.D.. McKir, for late jl several 1 of the New York j.ipers strongly) policy MIlt
; T ; \, The languished and,failed. Congress met and applied to the poLlio
; :Northern pipers. condemn this conduct of tIe }t Fenians. :
_. ."**.0 t from for all concerned the facts mind the and have
ti' > r .-. Some of these came Radical: respondents 5 prejudice pauiontbieh
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Vn ....:1! Gold.iris quoted io New, .York;;oa. the American:; ) : ( to this valuable enterprise became1 accompanied. : the'. Federal l :armies for four marked l its proceedings: the salves! orb'atreJ!

:tr ,':17th of July aU 2| capitalists, and no sooner known rekindled l is the
j. ; and Equador jours iu'lbe South, and witnessed'dail were and, ,as always ease'
work determined
f.' Aroi.baT":-The pieta, in 'our'last Issue league to wrest I l upon. begun: robberies of women and children In a. far in disease, be it moral, meaGsl.at,physi'eaiV! e.: ; .

'i should' invited. form tban i.nything the the worst and moil violent form wswdeveloped -' rd
bar more aggravated
: jbeaded.? Coming to Florida" is tb Rrew of rail Roads as well]1
s been credited to tt iCrajnetTilIeJA">rw Era; alliance. Tbe The that the Feniaus did towards tbe Canadians ; yet i in relapse.! And son.t tbatbe r.ac}-- ;:
: only difficulty '
I .. .. money, the I never sword of reproof or remonstrance cat purpose and! Had'cal sr ength'are both "
o( the South Fla. Rail Roa 1 en-
W'have'received owned aid ( did they utter I Nay, they systematically fuIl1app.f.Dt, speculation and time ser f;
Snua a corn-
? the
,. was me/n> to l build it. Al.1
.'tcitiaicit1oa signed "Sri uou" and would l are The U embark' minds would tee at once tie I and scrupulously concealed the damning vingare'alib, futile on our part-we. mn t I r'

: facts which will: blush the tactics. I t t'VIS'muat.ia
& put a upon change our
:gladly'pnblishitjM thei3horderocowpWn*
; and and utility of the work, in O h-
I; guinary Northern cheek that is utterly lost to the next ,twelve months (; :
; ed of art coca as cannot: U too aeverely r a that it would the ,
have learned pay ; difficulty
.'criticized, !f'the staid and sober: spectators met when.the facts were fairly shame for centuries to o m. t ka counsel from the events of those 'just 1
recent
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: : '' ) A few weeks a Spanish Admiralbombarded rues :
z wen 'disturbedai'the; Tableaux; by thejroBlba ago g
will seek
an armies i. capital always a good
k I 1>' of'ear town, as. represented J and neuvering were.. I and so it proveJ bera. The al 1 Valparaiso, a defenceless. 'sea Wv have builded our )Louses upon the .

t- .. *-trota'enquiry,we haw BO donbt'of the facts now it would I of laud granted by Govern port city of Chili. The civilized worldwas ft tad,/and the storm has IWfPaM" away.We "
I unanimous in stem and indignant
'' as w.d'Iii"Sinuscx*;" bat we must decline from Zone sufficient in value to build 'the have truckled to' a mean fear, been ';
1 rebuke of the and
wanton act .
cowardly ; .
publishing it/nnlesi the writer' will -fonglrt.ictories : the only question was, bow th u subservient to the dictates of a cowardly I
nor was da nunciation of the barbarity louder
eend as his proper name. :Ue most be aware ken' prisoners, bo _made available. When the policy, abandoned wl at we knew to' bat ;; .

''that the names of:(eorreipondenU' are'' saciedlj changed in through which} the Road was to or more vehement anywhere tban among right f>r what we thought to be prudent /

=: kspt NcrWand the writer need hare the "Army ;e to be examined and it was .us- the Radical 1 press. Did they call to mind hearkened to tbe cry of confiscation instead }

,: 'BO feare to (rait his name witb'n1Re .. how many unfortified towns and cities !ia of the voice of conscience v I
proper 'note-book: and : :: that the Road penetrate a' rich -and w. have-
the Sen'h were shelled, nnd how ju send his
he will in :'name before \
hop are'fast tics
timber and reaped our just reward. We lure crusted
a healthy re- i
righteous ibis action !
WitS always regarded
: . th tht i-
though no wag not slow! to furnish mercy of Rad.c Zs.
'"rreeponsrUttty ef criticism- why, there was a naval commander on the,
I publishing a ears will be the work. A farther examination! n It is not necessary to go over the long'w
Rappnbannook at one time who used tb .
that character without ankior- world's / :
a responsible .
\ A: pretext that the COA could be list of humiliations which
rf. .. r'r construc through we have
'\ amuse Lim'tlrby fireing sixty-eight ,
pour.dsllCltnd
Editor
An has abate
ahip. aqd cents The t
<< far I less titan any! other Road been I led to the gratification of our enemies
shell)) at farm the river
;anosgh heaped upon >him; without swam Italians but IauaJ house.Jong
h. The litid and even our aitir
iu
-, u .the. way of and on one occasion. he either ,siren;- p f injury beginning .
t : I in I tote of others. i'l.wild with and excafalions was: n''mall with the election to seals in Wogreser
1
-- I > ly WIUlidOtIfrighr neJ to death, in Li
IlL.r ,triumphs i of 'I ; undulatiuns"of. flit f'C8 ,..r the .lied, 110 oM lady, Mrs. Gresham (where are.tbey 1)) of men.who could..take r...
( ,) about.
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; ITocss.BRXACIRO.-There was an attempt' alarm to some just suffic'vnt to furnish" rate I the test- oatL-J.w.---,- -..-"- .., -.. .-._,. _r. .ft._., "1'.:'U'U.__ ...
+un lill, in the of Lanca t i
country > ly ]
X made, on Tuesday night lat, to Europe. A ; lh.' roufe wn it.t embair.vo: tWu-eof I I thy Rives, Unit they bad seen their brethren
Itlll'e gigantic missi'e Ddnny
Th. .- .. .'Weal' : Into the store of Mr.- Forum, but Russia and i > ; l.-ri.I 1 !;;i.S heavy: ire,sd-wuk, :, or one ever hear, 'of the Rndiral: fin,i fainting in the tbirsl of death, and given
or the .: left of. If.this is /otuer press them cot to drink. \
fromlrigbt .otherwise rogues ;/ itcinj u'uily!. g'rontly,: i ill g taut! with these deed ? On Ih4eon No one bas forgotten

;,i ,.-'. without consnmallng,their"parpose. The months before ; tlio cost of constructionfwcre trary, tbe men who tommitled them wire them. Suffice it for us to know that rack ""

'" Codar basinets in H rnando baring sow. of war, and Lfe coinpaiilivvly suialL TJje "A- exalted. tbe fume and dignity of li..rce<,- new concession bar brought new Demand ,

closed,:we"ma/: lookout' for this to be o- certain] with been verified and the Road ,has Was the wholesale l plunder and appropriation -.Iiat every sacrifice' to peace has prolonged -

frequefitoccureooe.. and extensive I I plteJ at a cost of less than tin of private property by officers auJ war, ana that freedom can never be won

.. .4 be drawn.into dollars a mile. The lands grant : soldiers ever condemned ? by voluntary submission to slavery.The .
'.. : Tua ,*6fosxwAu.w .ba.-h &.-We porsible for .her Southern!
.
mallet
put to and the We letter people must
a
/ wouldeU the, special 'attention of our ''Wonder pro once saw a picked up on tbebattlefield backward. go step ,
refunded the advanced _
money written by a Northern wife to ,
Dreader* to the advertisement, in to-day'a to fight *
a" They >ck bullets now own the Roa-1. her busbanJ! ao officer iu tbe FeJer l army The utmost crime of which we wire ads '
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;peper, of, this lulilation.' I liul" kinder if for foresight and combination I asking him to take and send.ber some of judged by those who, in the name of tbe

'p ..acquaintance Hating once with bad the Mr.pleasure Owzss of and.a,short his : in other \vorJf, have made the [the jewelry of"rebel women," as all.oth. Union and undur its flag ul>jug<,ilefl us, I

: '.amiable family, of wife and, daughters and We hare : Surely such an investment er officers and soldiers had leer doing for was that we claimed the right of t'lese
,
,from the> farorable impression .then made lance to thillut pay ; besides tho'Road has Ins their wins and fanale friends thel States to secede, sought to perpetrate alas i

upon ,oar feelings, towards that interesting ame/6 bubble ; given !life and spread light in tOl1'n." These are facts : yet they wore very, aril ought: doggedly in defense or. |I

"family' .were.we able to send our danghUr burst, that we \ and the vast improvement never discountenanced and condemned by our beliefs. Defeated it U required that we .' .

i '' in'oux paper, exhibited is of incalculable! vr.:- lliMt! KuJiial prcfs which has lately: Lee. should concur in such amendment of tile ',
off,to rchool; 1, WO ,know of no family ; .
"iLh'om We would sooner them. was wrong to ) I socially and .:politically.! It much! 'exercised about "committed by the' Constitution, will nuke'Sfcestion Treason
: place
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; .. subject that I the great line of travel between' | Fenians, and the uncivilized warfare! conducted acknowledge, as we hare already done, i

; 'Paasozrsrao.Jurxuox'Darrs: .XT are ; but as and Islands of tho Gulf and, by Spain. They had better hold the emancipation of the negro, and bit "* I''t

r ,. -Da: Ciavtx-We_ publish/this ,week .an publish IOmet |: and New York. With. mail! their peace, and let people with clean skirts rights under the law, aud be at peace with t

i r !extract from*.this work taken from the satisfy. this. : and travel and a good local bus condemn these things.We .: .... the ,victors discharging our duties and'en h

:.j\ "TaUaauseeAeaartu. This work is creating the very latest stock in tbe market ranks with Must Make.a Stand here joying equal privileges under tbe t:tt an. I t
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4 .. an intensity of interest, both North and Tbe Fenians :) d. in the country. The following terse and pungent article They have no right to ask more. "s
k
:w : South,such perhaps, as 10 publication has erent Leaders, why KO important a public from onr spirited cotemponuy,the Norfolk They have only fought for the theory ol _

I ever done, since the "Little Pamphlet," of ingly without: : delayed ; the simple] answer is, Virginian, represents faithfully the views consolidation, for freedom to the slave, and ; I.
>rt was not made.
Tom Paine at the beginning of "Tlii'old or combination ot tho Sentinel. We commend i it to the for Union-tbe two first being Brantpl,by !

t i .Revolutionary ,war.". We commend the as might be --. ..MORE---.-ANON. thoughtful consideration of all-epe- South, the last remains indisputably _.Vh 1-1tLG :

j ; reading of this extract to.our patrons.As ? Canadian or inJebted to our young, fellow cially such' as those who with unseemly ours-else they fougH for a lie, and:! to itsaeriflced \ ,

t we published au Editorial' ,in the. tt back across- the DOSALO McKAV, to whom wo haste to return to tbe Union, were willing tbe dead on every' battlefield, .

..' "issue headed "Melancholy" and one.in .to.J of lbem,.tabn thanks, for the N.w Turk lien. to accept the most degrading terms $o get from Gettysburg to Olustee. ; \I
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t -II1aa. headed "Feaianism" in which ed itid'' !. 18lb. from which
back '
\ wo extract :: :-Stn. Now that we hare performed our full
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will be found some idea the two many of them :.:
upon : The
:. ; most that
hopeful eye gazes, upon duty to our victors, accepted by forma t -
.i e leading points of )lr.. Davis conversation; to &h homes., DIG 'FIED. COl Dt.'cr or COX- tbe political horizon of our country to 4y rotes of the States in Convention their the. ,

r \. we w31.remark,that both were prepared, subject : have bad various opportuni must admit that iris dark'- no longer uncertain ory government, and acknowledged ilsr
for runes before we had received ceremoniously upon the want of decorum
previous ,
; : or admitting of hope in tbe be dead
I Congress. Neither the high as long Tory to -done this and much .
1 thU extract and to find that II''baring no
t. > are gratified of the calm
: President nor the summer following tbe surrender of more for the sake,of peace-the Union remains -
',we are .aataiDed in the views, embraced in : Ireland." We ) to members from tbeir col armies which I
\f : our, during Andrew Johnson still broken,and we hare. another duty
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both articles by so distinguished man wild the floor of the HOUM bare
a asMr. ,to A rom bad ,
y ;. k in the regulation! of the did all that hat yet been done towards restoration to perform. A duty to that Union and" 1
conduct
D... .' !like that of
.. who; from their positions, of the broken ties of Uaion ; no a duty to ourselves which, in a future arn !] "'
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a.t to. ..'. pation. _. to be gentlemen. We have longer: intermingled sunshine and|cloud, as tide we propose to indicate. '
r "" JL negro once undergoing examination : : to record abusive language daring the curly session of Congress before ... (.
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- r \ 'U. witness, when Baked if his old master of Congress and violent con iA
4 :*u Christian. replied '"No. ash, he 1I'U 1st Instruments following harsh words used in Radicalism had asserted its rile power and This story told to illustrate the way in L

t,1 ff( : \nwmber ob,Congress., October 2d. Those 1, 1862 in the rooant ca e of rosseae{and its Hnlllel'pauion to use it-but dark which old Touchwood's sons "feared, the tI\ : ..

. X rThvSecretary *-* *;: The Presi dent bas been spoken nninternptedly, in the present, and M far ashuman'foresigbt Lord :" These sons were l.dlylddlct.J to .;
1862
.. and
t"t f'i' ; ; of the Treasury recently ed vetther, before .' which woulJ be held as de can extend, for the fu. the wicked practices and one Sunday morning .' j

,' f %received i latter signed B. F. B., containIngfive'dUlara -' regtster or be lowest assembly barroom ture. minister of the pariah happened to
: but the manner in which the meet one of them starting for the woods .
of which writer had
r i I ',' the 3d..ThOll' The action of that
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Freedmens Congress, to whose with his abouldor. '
Bureau a
defrauded tU Goverment. The Pbila- and bill was re gun on seeking oat
; not twelve
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) ,d.lphiaAg. CVJaks U was sent by Ben ed before a ] Monday exceeded any thing assembling we looked forward with so the father, clergyman told him that S

T'; "I iBotler, bat'it .....'D&,. Not enough money out payment of : bas yet done in violation much of hope, bas been admittedly re- be ought (o admonish his ton, and bring
and decency. We need not them up in the fear of the .Lord "Fear j
L- i and too mach "coucience", for old Ben. 4tb.Tboa tard instead of ,to hasten restoration of '
.a* published in the Lord replied old Touchwood 1
our columns
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&lid'Dot morn outward
S 1 i '.r se ..,.. be It is enough that we condemn even harmony. Much that had are so afraid o/ him now, that they daren't '1'

} 'Two easei of Cholera reported at Pals} Ur stamped of $50.upon proceedings as undign'fijd: and been done by the President's single arm, stir out on Sunday without doable bane!
i? t I.- undone tho I led shot iu their hands." t
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: 14 r r1tcblerrYartettea.ttder.tand t AirAkfcsrae.E t to:' Notice. Br Mobley, in' favor of Jesse Carlisle_ is- dad i/0r: W.aro*,;'''1W. iJ
I ttC W.. i;since Onrsreturo' from CM of the. belt awls in wed oat of the Circuit Court U tad for Hilly Gbsatia. ,' ,tlt. ,

} ar ttlp"cp. ooall&rJ" that this, company rode[eftLeaTMWortb ton. ", PERSONS are hereby notified, not'to 87U borough November county and I8eA State far of the Florida sum of oa four the Gxoaea,TX Aim, '. '51" ;.f i -S.r .. tWnuut a

) fca beta tftfag eatertaiaaeuts to well at. sloggmen! :Ue' for two certain-Promissory Notes, I hundred and thirty eight, 90-100 dollars 'tome 8. Aftera ''
"' fotngtojoirfPrfct. by myself, payable to ,John T. Lesley,or, ( "
laded directed I ha w this day. upon B.mu. xrx }
wdi ces'and so(fir u we have ifonjsf with a abol"nn both dated Sind day of September : Ja 'AttaA"lIW\
hard,toTe7T'"general satisfaction. "WetodenUad would be a nice thing : for!'five thousand dollars., ($6,000.) 100,000 Cypress l..In. TB.Gftuaues P
and tab hit hone 1168 the other note for three the property of the said John B.. Mobley;:and MOOT. .
.' that the.!utmost propriety U 01>- (fellow (\ dollars ($3,000.) due September, will offer the same at public' ,,.du., to the ALL '
carved tad that So be engaged the Said notes were given ia Confederate highest Udder,oa the ,first Monday (aa day) TUB DEFENDANT AND OTHERS In. ; '
no disorder U allowed, aDd g\1i t M opportuntt and at Confederate prices,:pet to be in September next at II o'clock, before theCourtHonse are hereby notified of the eomDeaeement -
'" '.bl'best ukedpdoately,our vim I rer to the rebefe bead therthen currency. I shall claim the door in the City of Tamp*' of this suit, returnable to the' Cir- "c '
each Court,for the Southern Circmlt of Florida,
*\ith regard to the propriety'6f horchmembora"attendingaaehplaces. : hU gun to the saddle,to authorixed by law.i iSTERLING August, lit. 65.. 'no. T. LL9LY i for Monroe' aad.Dads counties" onth.1Mrd ;
.- McCARTY.
I ly akedaddle.-.'- Sh'ff miUboro'CuFU.PEBINSULAR Monday November next j and to appear
We tf
U-6W
rep 6 66
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to the Declaration filed thereia. 11I4/
oM'man made plead
.. ply that *$ittor.we The
as ai hare views
no
o With bll" Dfe.. ; Court 8o Amt *dktlli.mal' 0/ :W. 0. MALOfT e
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'cr all apoa' \bt'.Qbjeot.] ,but if we were uk.p ,Hale IICIpt took the. hone by .- 'N. Dade COlli". '. Piffle!:Attorney/ s' i:

dci. uXiltUrft\4 (7wp, w. ihontdite rodet vhtatiing ELOIUCCH, ) gey West, J... J b1MS1. '. t mIn

.. Ihtm at, a proper time aad splice lie had ridden hot a lvsl, r Bill for,Dirorcc.,, ChIn art. : /

unhesitatingly and uneqnWally.J7lh'of at the allrtb'loAd" ., Fcr KKOBUCOB' ) I. 'Ac t1rnlI taint&.,j"/w tl Qicuit tea
t ordered to "bait. : U by ,the return of the Sheriff ,,% "t'\"% sad for E.u.6orOt'fA Cowttyr.AzDuw .
_, Jwuh'" hottest dRY ,The old rebel had p Ithe inbpana ieiutd 1mIlia '..*., X
and a bead 'of affidavit that the delindaat reside out Wwem ) '
peahapi'eTejrJcnc; >wolB'Vew Yor1c. The got
; jurisdiction of this Coin and oat of the 'N BfflfoeDiTorce,
e hales
thermotoeter waalOO degree.'_ There wen. aqaarly leveled a( of Florida,and in the United SWee- Kuxiana Anent /
betweta. : forty'and,fifty um-atrtnes "Get off'tba& LorW therefore ordered on motion of Homer ....... Street, T......FUs, J TILED' IN MY

., tie .day,,,ttrtat :.,RtrtLf.trLkh: proved Hale got down. ., Etq..aolieitor the.eompkunant: A;.office HAYIKQ/BEOV, ia the above entitled taut sad it ;
.. Tje that revolver,'to Mid Charles F. Yaobl angh,'do
appear
..'ale.: e --S made affidavit of eomplak. ,
being to by
bill oa before appear .
the or
Hale obeyed .w.r co-rw.au' the Defendant resides be i L
: ) uxq.r'otber* ant Solicit that
"luroa'WAmi..I: TUX RRael ttox.1'h.llnattvill. ....rull..off your nanU..HaU .aaid till will be takon fen eonJeaaed. All orden for yoadthe limits of the' Southern Judicial Clreait t

.Advocate: ia grett y xei-- did it. .further:ordered that a eopy of this or. ,to wlVIn the County ordered of Levy. ,bat in the the '
It ,
State of Florid*t Uhereby }
tiled atwhat terms the Skedaddle.11An published once a Week for the space of i.
conUmptuoosltnn defendant do end plud.niweror de- ;
tued by'GOT. "Wattar ia a plea order,which Hale in'this in some circuit n.w.paJStr.priRied. and .Im and, &lIiQ mnr JUj tbi complainants appear sat d bill, on or before i rthv '

filed in behalf of bU client,11"AKred H.Moaea u> effect, merely saying : t CRUSOE, clerk I vet Monday October next or the same !l i
I PETE will bo taken ..confessed. Pro*' *,thai pub
during the last District Court. Web '
: "Wel4f. CapL I. West,July 16: 4c .artily approve the sentiment that all: coming itext-g-tod bye. 4. '66. ? 15-4tn 0 published fa this eirwit, ones a.week. E

treneoetaary provocation of poitical: attifV The rebel went off /, let three eoMecative mouths "' = i k; t'
should U avoided, but J iU oljecUon to the wl athDIMDixie;** while J.. J. Qiwa Clk d. 1 '
phrase, 'called ia laid'pardon a rebellion," ttyen muea into + !II! July.lent; ...... ''II-1m'': ..,

is far retched.nor Watts did not reflect hirl sad coat' OK Ills PRINTIMwilt f'
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directly'or i indirectly the utborit He will DAn JUST RIG ..
upon dispetcheuT not UKDERSIGSED ..:
te.sortAasleaiat.lcrs II j'Pfirdia] ,'
+ of tiu United States, and the pardon of forget that seven miles. ; ind, from New Orleans, and have in 'Ie : 4. L't :;.'
I Fxecutive," aad the exception. road by : ..a fine.lot of : -" / '''':'fiillirwal. : .
Judge Busted u well as The Advocate, bellied, with BeelBeaa,cheapness tenduspstchsnob ww ulpqe_. ')' ';. r 1

: was an exhibition of morbid sentitivenees. II 9' 'Jr: : GROCERIES.j j d as: vs .V 'Ica 1 MCI7.," ; ,, '\tt J:

: It ia t.rb&b& ': Goy Watts applied. for, 4 larrflp Lire W. a. .......1 ;) ,r
and received pardon and amnesty. He In Tamps, oa ._the in part ef : AIuuQVDo-.SWfam1.k> : If:

also stated with tb. candor:of an honest ReT. Leroy;0.' Lesley; Cady >> I./ '

I man, that be bad not. only aided the Coat Baowx to Miss. MART R. of good quality, at tie per BblCOR.'f .: made to appear Sy affidavit,that the eVIetdenlresides / J; '"
Bushel. the Umita of the,Souther* ;Ja. /1 I
frderacy I'nt desired its suceets and since atlU, per / beyond
,bis issued the President The very amiable BRAN, I'ul' 11pHUa. ffieial Circuit, aad to the best kaowiedge'eadbelief / I .
p pardon was by know have the .ide RICE of the affltat,beyaad the
SUGAR smut
OoY."V&1t1 has contributed quite as much WU18KET, TOBACCO, Bl ot-rletety :; State of Florida sad that the *,not, ,
4 y> the'revtoratton of good feeling u TheAdvocate devoted beads for along ALE by the DOS. .. know where the defendant does reside: It is ":f. '
,.. ; and wt mlgbttal'IlIIIerUha'the i'"Printers_ fee" received hereby ordered thai -; .
& RAISINS "
CANDY 4
I 5 "c1.daa'I : :
.ditorial 5 aad plead,answer, er
four lines of stricturevp5B '
forty .rl fwrecsipted. the Box J
By ants aid Bm,oa or I ,
,. : the phraseology of the plea rrjecied, i t
JoryCerUflHttt, October, next,or the same will be.UkasvProCoafesso ; 1
'is more calculated to stir up strife and bud -Also, on_the: 28th many other articles, of ,I.be. best lui Billt, : : _Proaid.J that publication of this r:
,, feeling than anything GOT. Watts has doer EI which they offer for sale, *war than order be made ia, setae.aew peper.published \ '
s borough County by
in the .
articles can be bad elsewhere ia thia Circuit oats week tat tbreajDMtheeoaseentlTely. ,
since he was pardoned several months Jd
'
ago. TttBiliioriidlig ltktpk I "
Capt.B.J. HioLxato of Florida. :
The Advocate is troubled with an excess of "
:J! W.,hd the pleasure I,4 have entered into thjBr business because ; J.Ldi nCrkCt' tdamp.
eau oa t= orrt.4ds. ,. prices have been ,to/high and the profits kt" ,t --. Jose 14th, 1.... ,. h. ID ,; ..' .t
confpaaiona to partake R "
a'r: : ,and propose/Co continue to keep a '' -1.. .. I
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-:- t.'W.rltf.r the Vnreasi.We the occasion prepared ; e.lsatad. : I Bill for Divorce. : -- : \
Ctemeral apply "
.. find the.following article in 'a late I little traveling group" i ;: ,;', -" In for Southern Judicial Circuit /n.,.- ,

.:. ':,tbott camber b aecmiagly of the Atlanta soUtantial jntelfijen'cer, that avnallr, and prosperous aDd happy :i great Publle./who reduction are of certainly prices, an benefited invited by to Which w. offs OD reasonable terms.tf ida in tMdfor, lll omw". Couty.SmxyAn /'t

touches I and examine oar stock., All: work Bast be paid for OB de- Rico, \J JTS ,
trutlifuliepo.itoryof public new, .
/ HENDERSOK CO. V
TnTcbin1'S;
t.'.
liwy
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for the correctness of lh. sutemenu amps July Hth 66. IVtt ,'.' l. .
r FaiMsa BAOOM. ) "
f ,. :We are willing to stake our reputation NOTICE OF DI88 OL UTIQJf s-: \
tbitthe'bnterprising genius" alluded toTs A Bill baring been filet ia my.'offle,ia the \
was'pot: he bo.D.-St.l.; h '\\i'- \. rpUE FIRM of CL: ABKE 4fc HUGHES, above entitled cause,aad it being made J '" ..
; Mlo manor gi i. late of Tampa, Florida jwas dissolved 'on par>> 1D' amda.i&'t.ba& .the defendant" residue I
Ttte I Intelngencer says Aft enterprising COMPLETE SET OF RUNNING GEAR lit day of June, ;net,by mutual consent. beyond the limits of the Southern lidal dr .
genius baa been in this city for,some limepast I for a Cotton Gin, adapted to a water mill;. The Books of the firm are in the bands of X east; to-wit-Ia the State ot VewYorks It la .. I
engaged ia eolleoting up,,negro boys of Segment., Hpurwheel, Flanges A. Clarke; and all debtors and creditors arerequested hereby ordered thai the defendant
between the of 15 andO To THE CLIPPER Gudgeons. for a twelve foot wheeL i. to come forward for immediate 'set and plead, answer er demur.to- the bomp"'a ,
ages years. A{lP 1 tlement. ants said Bin nor before _the first Monday ,.'.
JOHN MOONEY, JOSEPH
__ a number"of) there unsuspecting youths hu. o Esq ROBLES. -. i
for emeD" And j E. A. CLARKE, la October next or the same will be taken ae ,
bas represented himself as a son of the Ute employed eDg can" be IeC1Ir | I June 30th '-99 10 tf 'I). HUGHES. confessed t Provided that:publication thin .
President, Lincoln, and pictures to'them in wlUch she is admirably a> Tampa;June tatb, '61 "tt order be made ia 101I1,week l 'publishedin of ,.
glowing terns splendors of a home be For Foreign and, le A PER TEAR WewantAgenteeTfrywhere thia Circuit once a three eeaaeeu. .
,will lake them to in Cuba, which place be apply to the Captaio; on- : V to sell our Improved Notice. live months s .. :1 t !
kinds.
Sewing Machines. Three new Un J.J.GrvsCrkCtHilsb.
W.
.J' gives them to und.-rttand U somewhere in and upper feed. Sent on trial. The only PERSONS: haviog demands againtt the Coi Fla. -
Nolh. He to .20 August 'Go for less than ALL of Simon Peter Smith late of Polk '
the agrees pay per sold in the United States Tampa June M Dd, 66. $m. ", .
month, and defmy all raveling expenses. which are fully liefntd by Hove, Whttlti county, State of Florida deceased, will "
On'-reachingtCuba"ihey will receive al: t6 ", Or over and Baker, Sign A Oo. present them,without delay, and all persons, 'iBm forDiYtrce. ::' ]
: i ()JV Jrd\ ] BatJtflJrr. .All other cheap machines are indebted to said ,estate are requested to make:
sorts of good clothes and Plenty to eat, and {"!7/> imUanJ the IiUeror *.er ate liable immediate payment to the'undersigned. All lathe Circuit Court, Soutkm Jutieial -I i

light labor only to be reqn'r of them' / FEMALE .t.f.*.and impritonmtnt. Addres, or creditors and persons entitled to distribution, : Circuit of Florida ICewtfy cad/or'Mauate. *' i
.p' ,flow. successful J this, swiudling .scamp has upon Shaw & Clark, Biddoford, Maine, are hereby notified that their- claims will M i
.baia we. have ao know' dg.,and of h' Chicago, III barred at the erpiretion of two years from t *
June, 10th, 66. 1-y. this date unless exhibited Within that time. '- .\ '
real purposes we areequally ignora school located Oaoaou A. SnmaD, 1 I
That he has found dupes rte: can readily This and pleasant ROBERT WILKEBSOK, admV. ,.. V Ia Chancery .' ='
believe have not doubt thai COUNTY Fla, and is CLARRIS3A SMITH, Adm't'sBartowFeb.3d '
end a .
many .NOTICE. I860.: 8wNotice. WM. H. Saurian ) t
calculated to attract the
leave .comfortable
lave been induced to ._
from their studies; BILL HAVING BEEN FILED ra office \
pill
my
I .. homes. It has been cbsemd that, every extravagance. attention of the Public is called to A III the above entitled cause, .and it being \

Western train bears becae/large and small It is under my own following Preamble and Resolutions! PERSONS having demands the mad. to appear, by affidavit, that the"delea _.
against
i. squads of negroes, roan of whom have no aided by a full corps of pted by the Board of County Commie ALL of Mrs Abijsh Turaanlate of flit!.* dant resides beyond the limit of the Bonthera ,

knowledge of their destination. They have thoroughly admitted'competent iato.tkis at the; last meeting held Mon borough County deeesned. will present them in Judicial the State Circuit of Florida to-witba It UM ia County of order *. \ *\'

been'employed, t present, expenses,. are members of my family, Julv 23rd I860. without aid Estate delay; and all persons indebted to that the defendant do appear and hereby plead,: an* ,\ .*
I being, paid, they receive kind treatment pects, "ylln. Owns Whereat graves have bees dug! to are the requested to make immediate ewer or demur to the complainant said Bill : ">

flattering promises and. _that. Is-about.. 'aU daughter persons, have boon buried.ia the Streets and payment persons entitled undesigned.to'distribution All are creditors her*. on or before the first Monday ia September ; ,\I rnext &
r : The i facilities furnished Avenues ol the .City fmf Burial Uronnd,'by notified that their claims will be barred at or the aame'will be taken'as confessed "1 -
the'quiring a finuhed Prided that of this order mad. '
the pnblieatioa be ,
Whereat is
the sail practice improp- expiration of two front this date 'I
yean un
and moral, are not in some ia thia Cirenil L
<
published ,.
I less newspaper :
troubles. exhibited within that '
did therefore times
his be
is l learning that imaginary << by any other in the ought to prevented once week for three eonaeeative months. i .
not'eni when baa freedom wu attained." No psi..'or expense: 801rtd, lit..That no penea shall be .i JOHN DARLING, adm'r ; .
future make it Tampa,July t8t.h, .GG. 8-w 11. a. MoLaoA'dltrt, *,\ \
t / to meet ia the Burial Ground of the City Maaatee l,
soaable expectations of County. '
/ A white Man's Bureau, it ia .rumond, The scholastic year Tampa except ,upon private lots, i Notice. I M.yietb8s. 1-11I. j '
..: i .i baa been thaugbt of by some of "Copper. WEEKS, di..idediDto .D, without permtuioa of the Sher- 'SIX MONTHS AFTER TiIB: DATE HERE- Ii t .
i '. beads Congress ; but Tbadeus Stevens weeks each. The first : ; I thall. as Administrator on the KstaU' NOTICE.OIX .,

./ think that it i would coat too much, and the 9th of July. next aad' 2 ; 1 i 1 benefit a very worthy class of persons.Ttiaf .- the first Monday in. a body in said Burial Ground, or to .:&eeollata and ",ellen w the Jn 8. of Pro.. O seta, aeeonnts ad touchers to thihdgsf \
the a lot, in said ground shall apply bat, of Haisberough Oevnty, for a flasl aet- Probate, of aD4'or.l'olt.County, State of .4,
_ J; __ HUla question. Expenses of 8e) the Sheriff,who will point out the place tlement and ask to be discharged from the fur. Florida aa Administrator on the Estate of \ :'
.-- .I tber administration of the said .
: estate. J.Hooker,late of said county de oeased,-nil ';
Board, including & the to be dug, and for this ser 1
JACKALS. A Richmond grave JOHN DARLING AdmrDe uk for a final settlement and be discharged.
i. HOIAK paper tuition in the entire : the applicant shall pay the Sheriff bonie ..a. I from the further duties thereof .. i
; aays: It seems that we told but half the Ereneh, Latin, or or Greek Dollar in each case, or the Sheriff Tampa .,.., July Mtfc, 8e. 14-601. I LOVJSLAlUEB. admV. '

troth wbeD, yesterday we "described the :Ute Mnsie of or Instrument Piano sell a lot for the pnrp'se, tot less than Jane, 4th 61 6- ? '

conduct of the parties engaged in disin 'Vocal Mnsie fn Classes. feet square at five cents per square Notice t
L Notice. ; ,
\ Each will be in accordance with the nap of the T8 hereby Riven, that thirty ,.from
the Federal l dead on the battle-fields pupil days this
yI I lerring .own lights.Pupils of the same. JL date, IwiU apply to the Hoi. Judge of SIX MONTHS after date of these present I
At Gaines' :Mill Cold Probate,of apply to the Ho;Judge Probate, of
below Richmond. admitted at & Wr rough County for elder
aD I
3rd. this ,
} I Any violating Hemaado
S person to sell the County for a'final discharge from
date to following deecribed
,I''' '. Harbor_and Savage Station, after searching from duction for ot loss entry ot time or disregarding the same, will be to the Estate 01 E. I. Hart, deeeusd land, bdoDl-iu the Administration oa the Estate of Wfflianx

I.: 1 : iL the bodies for money and jewelry: ; the parties This Institution,. like before the Grand Jury for trey 8. W f, of l4. It f.X E. i of 8. W.Botlae I, ; 8 WhUleld-late of said County, deceased.ADALLVS "
Iota numbered I'9,udof8eo wna WHITFIELIV"Administratrix.;
terpriaes requires pass n fD
= the month of the corpse, .
. puB open fore half otlhe ship 28, 8Rallg.. 11. SMAROARET '
one
dir they be 10au. 1Ol td,4tA. That the above Preamble BUT ,.', : 1st'.... 64-nt t.OmB.
examine if they are plugged, must paid ; Ad ;
.f with promptly" the close of and Resolutions be published twice in Tampa. Jane *0th, 'p6. IG-lw
th. teeth are cracked to pieces : t
8R I ere, Parents and guardians Pttuntular for general Information.
f :;' stone the sake of the gold filling. themselves of the ", A true cop from* the .minutes of the TS HEREBY OIVKf. that six weeks eft*. j J
f, ;10 much the lion of this school would Court. JL date, I shall apply to the Hon Judge of Pro. ] ti.
i 4 If the eletoDhaa.Cahlllti. early application,ae'only PefflSMSSSf..1 hat tiz ...b after bat Hillsborovgh County for Letters of Ad .$
.. 1 richer the finder, aDd the gold or metal be accommodated. 1., 1. GIVENS, CI'k 0'1 Ct. apply tu HOL Judge .1 ministration oa the Estate 01 Andrew 1. Bew it ,

t .. tn.ii wrenched hID their depositswilt been made the party: and Ez-off, Judge of Probate. of Probate Admictration, .t Hillsboro.Qb County, for Letters ea., late oi said County deeeaasd 'i.
}. : the engagement, unless 011 tde seat.of chu, Rui i JOHN WOODS. iJalylst6&
, : avidity aDd become the spoils of the isfactory cause, arising Tampa,July 28lb 2 w III, Ilk of raid Count _'el. 1S-6W., :! }'"
and which could IAKES.t.
vouched meat, THOMPSON .
be -
3 : crave ghouls. These facts can tici paLed. TAX RECEIPTS'FOR I ANN THOXPSON, iflfl MONTH V Acenta wanted for eia .: I .'
for by witnesses who hare witnessed JAS. i formerly An Ii Co Russell.July 5 x.m'l'r. ,'veer articles just net Addresa 1 r

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t'X' t -1tJ oft, Ilatthetweetlpoma'. ,.. ('n4.f: which quietly beCame a 'l 1.w" .. e : 'i ta 'uvr' 1':1
; wi3afAnd'tlre tpriDg will pluDe.. whole Jlle and Watches, innnufartarfil e

& tnitl ,..M1ih.'n Ylaasytt.dJ'..ra1p .t. ill. f11.. ., jBteptions. ofita prelectors arecarrWbutprodBcVa'more tion* in this oeutl' Stat-,- Uu g heavy, .,. IJ,: .; 'bl. X. 'JJ', _4 ;.." V
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::,:badths tlfF1 fun and der,13p.v. ., cbangeonroflh Orders- rurctu q Utuperature are .'01, ..1.1 r'. : 'WORt1r !.If :af '. i N .' g y
to necro/race\t the Address { g + I,. cPn
; cnlri'll Ir tWcgcai. [ \ ) immediate sale. "A*'agent : ;1. ':TlIi J I' : :
des loom
'. pett Son titan:en'thVtfansirion (rob &very SIBERIA' :; ;t are obliged to di.pose'of F ,
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J.Wi idth"p'riD'gs in fail : '. '\.aJ J eii.
fladnelS ; chat-" (. ,*, poesib'le timev: W/. ,
freedom. Tho nk!itlou of
And the'repala_ 'tl'loemi. 3 ,. to mere ; :on,.tl'e. l plan l amnesia. :' ':HOMErCTRCLE.AMEKICAN ?. .1 :

DlPUiit.J'1 li44a wan and Fal.-i tel slavery did not materially change theitafoS .nQJnDt.]. bos pro ltcta.J..of...the,de- r1 a

r.hZ ti3P: af141,>AndlO .bcpe tL41ifsa .. : I dCth '" to rind, J laWrer. S.N.t'ilccocipeuedtta was ,. ? plan. 'tint give cfy ererf u time one keep,an tor
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4O. DiJJel' fat. eanle e"Uj:' :4 fore the war by the sill of his master, aud .1 JI iltD : ,'a ,Iw W atcli dhPrt this re pale no Yafi'
'v3CTiLthiaardce ohbe LearlZ'I'r I f ilyi."JIhi/t, : ,,
be still works the same grut\uJ to earn wag .. ,{ltai( the retait rice at r,
.' 7. : :'T\l-if\t :fl'mestead I I ferIUII4 t r, 'one tv "'cn.r I
So> uvfeL. 1 easited itO:"hii.fo' Jia .

l 't (.'.,l't1'Lat.r.t11 J lP viaB.krflh indoe" liowtvcr to nuke i : lfe. II. (
1& L )Jim, aun* hits a iH-'WiUeVt, onr'niV in re-
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.. .IIit..j '. -heagtefawinterahal1Lareaed" freeholder! and i1.usbrck up what 5 ill lef :: t| = -xpiWs, oc, pttu.-l3i* u:- T'f
'*'t '": :''i1 .CiTiBfffiWio'taMiaaddeV 'I1' 'nnL.i/rifl .
: l : : h' our w U..ii T% it [ : i f-. ; of the present Inlwc system bf. the South. ,. This lNSCI:4i .a\t.. I IV IVt "il
.1J 6om0 iWfet L')1I0.1 e tLatbrcau .t,* of
..i' apl'iag,; ., "f. 1 .,', 1 '. It ii afo to predict that, it the designs bf l VTuteli to'h-'I'tii:0I-lIoI','ripre.ente.T: ; f
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.'' lbeadicah wb" passvdttir nrerruc-- .U .1 in il&nnc*: f"
: 1) g4the tY f i1, 'carr tirao,. t" > '* nr. every '
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: i : Oldjing for" : M .V m two tune the amountof I '. ihettock; wa>ciu> girl i i :
i compHshed
a4 J. -r ., its UossOnilBg year '1 li. I. .1l 'V 6 i iL'
pim-ha! r. jric .
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,'+ *>it.q.J. tt r' "ihi lloiri 'a glorious, negro J labyrtivjitiuUe; for oa.m tultiva ''' low I ti ire in vrder to t. -"
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a aix H' '. ..... _. .,. _' lion tu- aitorgt.fwiWj; >aii|,lie rittaecJ fulljf : : i and.' kuuld air vrlio"1 lu.k.f Ji'ir' tii: '.f :1. .1 '
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-'habland the'tactrcmladaw:: 'of'Ji" very edJ I\\;\ : ic jaw itie Stateiof'Ala, The Jjubicriber; : CO., :'MalVsliotiio J 1.I1 attrWtive, refines and'eleratea ", Y. ;
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fluking (haltrafiqn of thi'neirroe'sposiu'oi. : ) 3 c il piiJ.o\si\ra i ,#-Arkansas and ':k LaoTvu $ 1 .y..1'UKK,. ...., : .' tIle' miudi uC 111f, belllt.iJulll'. : ,a|>.f?araav'u .. fcs.i.'WjL -c *; : :--fc- ': I' .'
in ih'bale cpales giJ;; .W -.%, -Muffl Florida srdthionn; open in eighty acre ; l WldUI .: IIUI\lt.,. .., .l 1" "t 'A'll '1 I

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Virginia servant: or an ofiicei r in .\1,6>CoQ> >Acmeatl. dltoaetualsettlenlonl. .: While :. ;" \ > J a.
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fede/itftcmy aBhortly aflenr the news the negroes aro permitted to bccnpytie- 1 1 G* 1'L.:IRn LIST OF
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had reached the.oulp. .i'n'oilhlCilrohmthat laud at once, no poor white1 man who faVored : s ;& Chains' ,'j ;< :. ,. ". . ;'J" ,. ..
'" : 'l :;! 1 the rebellioocan l homestead Where he wi:1! loa '! ; ; .
(tot Confeaewrt.GoTermenl conieni- secure a '$db0,OOU t VIa' jo '. W11uLALF.AaES7r i I ITbe.iinmense

vu-. .c1patt the starts iato" 'tLep\ *'>'n ICfa1Lbs : until 1607. tr As \the til? passel tho llou,c; "r.llis.frimJf Acar'frotii these and a:; I. t 1"t I. .., : I .f' t" ,, / .r.\ j

oti E4"iY'r'aentl'' ,a11 1 rebels tare wcreperpetually'cxcludcd, but to .. ; SOLI* FOR .... popttUrity f IttlOrgnr. ,
.1 their
diaeuaaed patronage
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'4r., 3r t ? 1 l: and..tY sir Slll'\r 'r. ) uri&.It jrifast! I .
r>\ the around the fires tti.the Senate would not c'n.ent. Th\ v ill upjJy tIue 'jlr.n. th.4 _.
i .i mojy; negroes camp : : iugius.dl"IU.t LLeputa1. s.: In- '.. .

% lsy* you'gaifne. .''liaf'TJi.rontbri 1. ;! !''aahadt. .<. compromise finally effected t is Uios explained trade : ,": 0 1..II W .._, strum ,.t"w U ng
"& -; .j"->" j- 'fO btu.r -staid IKiptriteddariey -void- fej- by the Y&tbingjon .cvrrespoudeul of. ( :,--':. & ..; ; :' .f- JtC :. -And altliouch the rent priers! n hut J I
"a WholrsaTr end -. -. .- -. -. -.. -.. -. .-.
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the Boston Adtettiteie : 'a tritle bferllie-M: l !eMi, yet tJle i nm-ical ad- t
OY R ad i
fpllowed 1nS
,! .matUrJ.ihrpogb .
c: : .0 h'. .: d ; -' -' -' : '- - f tore and .jtl..mec. ,
A; all tray. r .'I "-';; aunt t rs on the part of the HOUFCDjtbe :,: .: tot'I" =:=_ vantkgmU;; uty i> | of
1 ei.il .;'p. t t eobfcrctico comm1t:oo :"ouf.-'ot: Mn.k -with the '- = c E'==': = ; touch and action are to'fur saivrior-l *t th.y

Isl.1"1+ ;,"?replied i Tho talon. ..t'Idoo 1' :wut"t'nothjdlotdoaitb'btrfinLt Kratne (pa.l in l : r ::: e'= :.;' =:: r' =,=: : lire t f.ist>npVrecdirtjthe'MrJ' jH ii. and tIle call
Lave consented ,to lie limitation; of the ex' "cic.-l !" --- = j. = = fufth '
J inu alino4lexclafiTely
It Jl \ rs
:I1'i"e'r.. *t atttYcJ\-tiLcr :1':1 .2Jt ; .. '. .
> elusion of 1,0m, 'the tcufits ., -riority -= = =- > : c' I'I'a.i 9A11IEflICAI1

DQ IltaOetalAlthmaeket.: 1 of the Act to the next six month *, but for t puce -.: =.:.''-t _'f'-:--f-L'. t 'OBGANSand > > ?1' .

.:. "But t,"'asked the otb'ef'Who ,'f tee*d ed ',the assurance of tho IrctJmon Durc:n I'. ;. _iL.-." .r. :"f'.r i\ : : c' -_ ., 1 .1' I 1 1.S:

: f lh4rt6f11'bi Th"Idee "wlllinAint = = ': .1 lL.M/11a1t4na'.latsi ip.trAnhequhkaat !f fi
WST/otf .
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__ that this tt lime would bo fiiflick-iii = 1 ; ;
*' tohel 7d rftii II space JJ II II ll 1.0 ; ..,: -,: = O-c. uio t. 'likely. ,to, the Jieayy tour ur t'he I ICI. x,

9fW' ..' .1". ,. ",...oa .,\\ .TOO I I to accomf'li h.lhc object( the 1 ill.-lLn| : AU these] ; ri.wi' '! <" ""'..", r.. .1.. -. :0': tt.l. Orb'., AaJ alnoft uai tenrtlly t1."y :
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,. '1 D "t''i."ft I t"u t V, t" ; .r I I tainab1etbe 10Ial'[ oldeo (the. 1H-f'Clttl') giriug' lII", !"" ; : .: :: .ti.; :. :. -. .-Z. l'rllr.'I1't".lhe, riauv.-l>y. pereuus whulu; .If'

\ y _' .1 f r J 'of the Gen 6tittc4 lo rBtef-I3n J niTc]eP it.- rim and frame, : -::'.:, ; ;w : Ihem.'y" rottingIMM. tkati_ half, aud.urr tao t r

titgget lRJ eke 6 t 'do Yablctes i il wid da General Howard, as soon as the 1'ri4lcit, 'S a r.t X rlldw'7.tr ".:.\_.... iiir:. .: :.. *'4 2; hint ntnll atiioiir.t'of' ,.>in,' > I '

boe. He knows irhat lo dorid: .Ut but npp'e.irance, and t : : : : : : : :
II 3- &. l.r. J'icrfjitirt.rirenltiryiri'y filltijprier : ) ;
has...ign"d-.LL.Lit.r.. i, 'o.QJ ,out, rpeciai I i .J. .. '. I ,
: *
MbaLha.bc1i'ho: Warranted to t .1..e. : \ *
t muiket t"' : t I :: *.
I ; J-r jrr \
a&tllctiPII'JoJhe& ,of( the Daroarto : : ; a- ; cibi .
t !t ?t f'tr.NThoiot j oa do>A-.want.,JO'1i.'h'a'rl 3tnts ,< ) =_ mZ IrfrS- }:illn.it'I"l'ci, Jeenred to I>fl)ler 7 an.! ,i'\
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:.f 11Ci11Ow. .. .. ,. lake every{ f pains\ to; 4.Inform. tho/colored- .Ai.rJa; "- .-. a c ., !lanriducojiut i r tort.hetr.V. Sn f1'rarJ.r<. j"AJJtca _
it li 14 IS 14 H M i li fCi 15 U a. ; ,,
: of Uio oalure of theact and to in. f '* -> -' -iti '
people aU i
+ order
i.a i. ; Jllrm.g Ji fiht e c t e t i C t- 0 .
l no 'to. duce .them, .io'excVciae. (.L_r iLt-. of :\ :dillg .J".r.: '." and.t. Chains' : r- (r1Rf.C1.\orr: i I. .
.,! ih.De) while tntnde Vankees and s- 10 Cm. 1 '
te'd/; iWUlatw'l!: )fletwb"abi'fihtln &j : homesteads_ on- public land confurrcd upon r : :-.1:.(. AJJ. .CImtilainei; .,.15.tu 5) 15-2 :,7< r. o .lw.ar,,N.'y: !:J''. ,
a
them by, i it.: The FrtfcJir.cn's Itureau has ;; ,... :. .; .13 to ISi THomsoN iEnrroprirtorl
!fiJbonoDigger.! i U de bone. You see dogs Bill : ofVatebes viii I ;& c I r r
lit be
had better for in\ tim.\bc!
r no opportunity *
!J:ff UyorT bU110U neber; see da boneBhit' : eae.lu I of The Fcn6Iupse FonoitryrANltKACTnJEIts :
.' usefulness since its (s.taLli)r.ulfnt." In the (;r.ll : ".nling' earls and every :

I "It is foretell: will! ;/ .t arc plac-cd' in M'uil.tr : \ of Sugar 11m. (T\\u
how this end.
Flri
*Aal"s easy Circuit nf i'L\ rolfMill, I Iiiiebc. iudiaiaett-r. t ill.h.. -
It'i a tic. said the other. Do bone ] !<- The 10lllC thrvt'rvil.Mi ill.! 15 ,inches in dunuter.If.i .
negroeswillv heron vf ;
e pp-scsvd a had
nt br
ty. our wrtice.'or sent '
'. eber.&b j but he git mi:y bad rAatccl ; ..1. inre! lull;; Mth fmnii.f the Itt, 'white
'will'raisetheir -, ran have the article "
comets small freehold : coin,,q ahesj -, James 5 R I.A J O. k.) t nrar'fnikr., Cnl.lron< with or vith-
1. t-th ;aedf Las been of the Certificatewi.h
) ;obk1eas1! and pigs :'aid will work' no versus [ I ,. out don pied F.Y'l111.1I for'ftttim. amid'' uu.tmoial'h

0 t. Sw ui.terribl. r Jl!"cltaw4d"3n,. v. ..t the late.. conflictlias be.' more in cotton, rice and sugar field. Inotherwords ).3n'\. LA:. )5 I forwar'].r.-fn); CgTtifieates, 50 leca.tiut tear; : i'otah Ktttl:soap .V a

,ztwe n.thetl\ortt'aal l South one who their labor will become : be seat for $2, and fif 1ilel1. Iteuks. 3lanafaeturer. Iettler,1ViiG I
] & J .110" una A 15iH i I t ..! : ; u.dge c'1 Dumb hells Kitchen Finks, Cirtern .
any Knowledge of his prescatcondu railable for those product which the wotMspeciany } in the nLove cntii \"c1-\\.I..r t\.i*. oven Front, rire"Icndcr -
;
J needs. The of must in all ca>ebe retunutl .;.JWcllVlieMs I KtK.t >Vre*" .te:' Will '
Uqa will deny.-Savannah News d flee history II1'g1O I i to appear by \! ; I the when,, ] rs
r ?' : "L" communities tHe t.b ks : ) ufuuey pxuli upply Mete iauta-aud vlliersat Manufuctliri-r' "
a I cM. $ proresJuathcn \: I ?dc9 y-td the ? ,...., ;. .
.".....". tt J ol can lire on Le fOil cj'- wiU'col cork JII tilled and forwarded I 1> -- -
i laborers. .1 Circuit: to \fra,If'. ,. V' r.rtii* fulling, to purchase any of tlia'nrticlc : r 4
-;- a. 1 i-ntimerattd shove will thilgrvethe.cool. .
; ,
ante of FJ rf.la ; \ \ -
1 .1 Pxa : : iBasTS ..istTaLxcwutt=A ... wlhe following i it the amount.of pub'.io: defendant do' .,1I iai.!n of Sew York merchants; Usually! : net t
mnoC.; >., .
land to bo be docjatrflto the : lean than 25 per cent : 'i{
Rx5tlflsgtLon3dne"f r..Uripg near the.monoraenrj regrous slur, to the roIlJ"' "J,', ,\-!w 'Yoit.. The above articles deli r red .in: .Yoik '1 I.
la. Arkansas .. I
... .
'.293.1\12.'lO'Ire'
London vuiled the this ? fare the fi..l City frees offreicUU dv t -. *
It,? ,Derby 1.r In .Alabama..r.v.... <5,73-:, 5.nta.res I !. d1) i '- < 'i

:" f'e'fld. loot. with.lm! a '"pigeon:'to send home In Florida.-! :.. ., ..19, j9aGii.lit acres I side will, 1 toe .w:."II S'CllhUTV.: Agent, t 'i
Jackiourille
aftet date of these prep Fla. -
4 In Louisiana..... r-. .G8,111-t5 acre that .
:na the nftne* of the, first three horses in. the In lliuusil'pi,.... ... ..4,76. 46,0. acre : some iiewopjiper+ (10 the Hon. Judge of t

.. ", .-'Vace.'. 1.JWJDDi. ., AI. soon' .as -ibo. numbers, of the "In 'all I, forty-six million three hundred ,i once wreck for C ittnly, for a final) I Metropolitan Entorpriso.. ,

: : g horse were,. hoisted, be tied A and ninetyght thousand and, odd acres, Adininislrniion'on the I GREAT. GIF.skTJE: .

of which thuty million is known to lie ) tbedminiltrA on the 1 .
,
: 1iP. *"I-* i -- arable land. This will give. nearly four \ late of lJiIJoooro.j. or. rte
B.irtow
toted U off its bprae- where ; FIa| "*" t.
jcrn '
tU on y t hundred'boinoJtec3i. ; support nearly d. x ..XtW.YOKK AND I l'f.O : DESCB! _.. '+

"rc hislri&ods w 4": awiiticg its arriraL two'_ m.iIiQUS.oC] people. ': s. yI'Ex EI; Jm'r i ir ewellerJ.-tis3
i Bill iatf'In.t I
/ "vAboaHTeniminntes after the news was ."The title oft this J law ought to hare Wen / r O 2.6ni" :
'
t ... .. .. : t t
Cspitai. .
; ,! : "' h:.::tllM'O/. r
,: .-.iw> >wirVthoiim; )', of the pigeon a ."A iII.t'' g&fId'of: the 'hiloricg cI! iss ofpfihe.Sotitb.Tind I" ,,il for Divorce. : f ''
Dept 197 n'IJfhr, II
r- ( neiehbor i t f t* &V elegratn frwni. bis' "make ,Cuffd'a stlf-tup- ciutCircuit rf ; 'I, .. '. II r'
t* I 1 j porting nuisance. rtffht SoMifur !Moist I niMSXSETTTfVCK :Piano
I f i 'atce :: AX of 1 ,+. Watcher t t
:
County. f j4.
4' ; :frtentU o(the. we"cours, to)arormhim, B .- -Lt and fur ',iJltlllbo I: Jewt-lrr.; an.i Fancy'. l100.tl' all Ui bb \ 1 )

v" -.of till mutt cMUe race.4 Thi newt thus :,A.LITTLE U'OVUCE.111e grandfather .Jrucs darns I for05E.IXJLI.AU 'ach..' uiihotit 'var.1 t.. .
I / :
'- of General< Robert Lee awns rival > value ant not to be paid for till .ran see a hat
than was / .Tt I ( } .
: | i' f.a.
VpediVbyrin: u .1:1:
t' .fWrirejWo eon will
: P 8 I you fe(eirrn ._ ,
t of General Washington in a love .fr,;ir.Tbo .-' MiRT.Ournx. ) In Chancery.
t t'the tidegrapn'b3r(0n irdof the 'timeiTbU :- their f CERTIFICATE raminj: .nich article, and t
iatT'ction'as the .
beau
olject'of .
> A DILLII \ : i ) lU value, are placed in seated cnvoliijv and 31! 1'
tt t r ) t.tiodonbt on;coonnt of the sendtn'bf iir.1 Mica Grimes the first lore .If \yi.sliinglooand. fice, in the i DEES Ft LED in my oP well mixed. One of theM ''envelopes! -viU Lot :, r

: the on the ou'rsei baring whom he celebrated n,I" "the ing made to apf-. sent by mail to any address on receipt. of _5 ..
t
messages ,. eutitUd it
j. dant \ and
mi.1c 1
D i enw. cent fire f.,rI eleven ;
< ; rort!
love and beauty. VlLcu pas succ ful and ; ;'tlI1rtyf t $3 -
'Jndinal by atEdavit the
Vu CiJ'\'u that \
wait their tDj&aglhe new received j uty-nTe r..rt1C1 anel.one,
to llllDdre
: lOT .
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boB off the prize.. Tbe -f.f/'tbis; nmr- Franklin ia the i beyond the limits of the On 15 .
of the C rtifici .
r' f a'atTattersalrathree' or. fotjr"prio>leVUfter rujeLighlUarse" Hi rry, Lee, waial- ordered IIlai 'lh I, Circuit;tojxrit:' In the Coiin- what you reeij.are' going 10)Lave. and at yon thin wU:v* l "

1.11 ,'1"e"rJ. ., :f.,,"l't._ha.. r.g.9 i n.' Vfi i T Tb ed.1-.fL: 1J'r: wall held in great friendshby; ; Washing:' aid plead Uill, answer bit or I .!the the'defendant State t of Florida;' 1H U, your option pay th. dollar anJ uk.'ft9 the\ ar-at t i '. t
tap : !
a (on and Irving, :n his biography i or | appear tide or "*1* I'urchasers I thus aoJ.
obuin
wteiac1 arWeD minutes, ,hi his allowed ; suggests t ern ber ant or ; :or demur to the complain. OoM Watch,Diamooil may. R r .,
jiitaif i "trade that'tho tncraory of bWl tenderness for thasp6lbJer.wak /e ;: flu"t6i' .!.4 f P.i :not wlthpijt t' :its influeuoe in der 'J".Ieo in 'or the same will be taken 'ill Maeh arid ne.or' any tetof Je..lry-on oar lid, fo! ,! ,if, .

p, j. ..amtr.{ per mi i nnlel oj. i connection with tha son.; thi Circuit once ; ., that publication of this Dollar's; worth!in no cue, n, t.bfte'ilr can they 110'get blanks lut than; 04 ,
rt.1o' to raonths. POint 1I.r"'r.ap"r put i y .=eri.sr.:., .x'fii* frtesds'hipcootintied between them a.wectfor1 three coiuecu- Agents are waoUd. in :ey air town.in the r
trntiffba death of the "Father of his Conntry. 'I. ; country; every eNtOD can make 410 a day ; \ .
Mlline oor-eertifecatct I -Al
'' oil I OeD. ''II Dr1 Leo was 'a gallant -. ; Q1YEX3 A Clt CTi Ct. in the reatt late, 0 i V
11. 1 \ ; Jewel lr.rner; known. .'. ,
tni'-ailbor
1. officer, of "Memoirs of Manalee Co-, 'M. : .
Wi'thin T : Scnd
for
.
taorl0erty sc, a c
't- 41 mbCac1e: as tar. the the war in the South ;7 GoT rn r' :-of Virginia what' rti1icat6. which wi11lnfortD .' :
you you .un..0t.bin"Co
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fl;
( :.U the
'.rli ItaislMsihebss'becomeeotroy'wbite.y adrocaieibf' Fedewil.Constitutioq r
time
itf 1-9-,11 name
L. Notice: petourt.; oD&ail1i.g inn hat '
I .
) 'T.
< : ,, ilk. uuftDIlDd works at k1r ? JithtV ,irgini Convention{ ; ain TS nEREDT : date' of these present* 'I 'aDd parucular- ; alw. Tmn. go IJ9ntl., .' '

a3id wa.-biog.Her Iiatr"iliH remaios mbcr of Congress when- ;Washington 'X date I .h.ll : lion Judge of Probate, of A&lre.e i. JAMES IIL'TCFIt O X .l Co1ftp r

'. 'Cued ;'appoiated b; Dr rsa to dulirecthaeologr + bate of lIiU. for a final discharge from 2,9BreiIway: Nr; .- !
.
> .,,aprledasgr4 .r a .a. '' $ OB'lh occasion, and in his inlogjf ministration on on the Estate of William _

.' .-1irbm /sad 'ts; wcilknown.in_ OenerapiuiVjl0liniaby'pfersonsikoUecl .j' :ortgit>iiifd the classic wc.di : First e6, lifo ot pail >l of .ii.V Count. deceased I no A.MO\TU Anltu'wnW for 11 T { +,
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'* ; lier. when sL. fa.nr, fir t-n: pc-c sad :hit Ja the Lents Jnlyi AdnJri.tratr it. W M.t"I.ar-ljl&l t. AdJr.. ., E
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