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: October 27, 1866
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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XJ. CRAFT.; TAMPA, ELA., OCTOBER 27,1866.' $3.00'PER YEAR.. .

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r TOE' FLORIDA PEMSUL1R.I \ i lliiliniliVWEISSBROD.: 1 i JCiidiusluttic. A Well Located.Temperance So- Brown low. ',; .! :t ,
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tsome roguish boy in a
I years ago
This man, as Mack: oC Leirt ,and as foul.

-,,. ; har.uuu' JtYDY, SU..DAY are : h SADDLER town not a thousand miles from the capital At the corner of Water and Dover I, of, tongue any 'creature that,ever prowled j
streets of the holds of tbo rum ; 1
one strong
..T.x. SPENCER & CO. .of Michigan, persuaded Joseph C-, in former days through the stews .oft. J
the New York Port las ,
or as be was commonly called Joe to power, Society (
i Harnett-Maker; Upholtter. ate Alsatia bent "
seems desperately
Terms, $a, per annum. fl0 for .siz tend School. Joe established a mission, and in connection upon .pro 'r
.. Will attend to any business in this line with Sunday was an overgrown strife an4.Joodabed.. He.has already I
itrOII.hR I yoking -
neatness and d'ts P ateh. I am now prepared halF witted, profane lad, and tho with it a Marine Temperance Society. A ..
..'AT. OF ADVERTISING. to fix Uattretse cheap or cheaper cordon of Liquor shops their atteries I brought about a state "of things i in j'J .
anticipated considerable fun from } open :
foundat bin
Let bore
than it can Le done elsewhere. I can ;
ODe atoar (It brcrier line) 'or lewnrat (ot.. all tinges at mv* shop, on the opposite side of but the answers to the various questions upon it, and six dunce house, manned by East,Tennessee which exists nowhere else., I .
insertion, .. ?1 50 the rtrect and little Fast of Mr. J. FrrrirStole. He has ceduously fanned into flames ha. : .
For' c ch.tbttqnent insertion.; ?5 I, I propounded were ghen so readily and correctly 125 prostitutes furnish tIle music ; but the ;u : ,
Estate and Legal rotate will to charged at HERRMAKK, WEIRq BROD., that no ono for a moment supposed! Society keeps the field, and duringlbe year trejs. and animosities! whic'i ,. ,
the" following. rate: I Tampa.pt.. 22, 6C. 2'MiaTHE I since }have: smouldered into aihcs. Ua has r
-- its
: lugs added >855 new names to nu4terroll.
that he \> as not fully versed in theologttaljove. -
Application or Letter AdminH+1 trarasa. -- I '
\ actively hounded on the spirit of .persccu'*
slew) : Joe was ushered iu and placedon Many months ago three sailors were i J

: ecotieeto Application Debtor for Diumiswon and Creditor, ,' 12 8 00 00 LAST ARRIVAL -a seat in front of the ono on which his passing while temperance meeting was lion and murder, and is now malignantly l l'* -

Announcement of Candidate, OF NEW AND CHEAP COO ft*.j."trct'-he.l Jn and invited in. 1 goading unresisting men to the last point .
GoO by the iindrrsiftncd i tonftUting of the folio friends were sealed, and} the recitation commenced progress, were They .
I Advertisementahand.i .' in publieatioa, not of If he interladed his 1.
desperation. only
-I .pee f\'nlt the number of .".ntior1"-, to lie *iiig;! tarietie. viz: : signed the pledge, and subsequently became si* .t

:1 pabliahed until forbid[ and charged according Fa m ily,Groceries, "My friend," paid the teacher, "who professing Clfrislians. One of the prayers to Heaven with, curses I and falsa! f

Dry Gn ,'$. Hardware, mad the world we inhabit three, a Dane, now felt an earnest desire hoods against his fellowmen be might be. .

i- ? Boot A Shuts. lead u-naade and Uborfor the welfare of hi. safely left to the same to which :! :
Just h about Of to return contempt (
as j was to answer, one
Proffssionol : .((nrb r. Clot/iiug, Hat. Caps and lionnelt < J
Rillont d' Trimniinyt, family ILu boys inserted a pin into Joe's pants, countrymen, and, laying: in a stook of Dan many of his co-laborers in the Convention ; i ,1..

H H. L. MITCHELL.AT I JUeJieinct, )'erfurnerv"addlrry. about nine inches below the ornamental ish BitlcsTestaments, and tracts, set sail have already been consigned. But be still .,

Buggy Hurtles. Crorkery- button of his coat. for his native land. On arriving iu Denmark wield the power which he so fraudulently '.1: J

i Aft01] lrmV LAW. }IV art, Fine Tol'iccnttSUV "Cod} Almighty !" answered Joe, in an be was arrested, by the police and and despotically seized,and that power he ii't : i j ,
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t -Tiara; u.t .- ,Skillet*, deAH ., elevated tone, at the same time rising quickly committed to prison on suspicion of being actively exercising forthe gratification orhia' #Ii : J 1 '

t ,('c. ;' from his scat German spy ; but Lis good demeanor, diabolical passions. We hare before as H

will fiT prompt attention to all bosi less of which I will scllatchetp- a(#the cheap "That i i. tight," said the teacher, but it Lit itT rig to b'J useful to his fellow-priso piteous teller tom a lady of East Tennessee >. .. .

..a'rultd to kit ear. cot! is not necessary that you should ribe in her*, and the couMutent account ho gave applying for aid for the children eta Con i

Tampa_ Fla Ap'\ 2Sth, C6. 1-J j. s.nrnnnooK.tL- answering.' A hitting posture! is jut as himself,.procured: his release, and he federate soldier, who in an almost dying -t...
Tamp*.Septeiuber 8th 66. 20- ,--.l
I went out his condition was driven from his home la that
J:mr- A. I&uEU01f. J. F.HESDERSOS Ilx.nxa-nr: well. as a missionary among peon ..

I HAVE JfST: ItfcElVED, pr Sd.r. 'Sa- Joe WitS again seated, and the catechism 1 pie.' On his return to this \ ort, not long part of the Slate.( :
1 i i I tall ll .U-n dirt ct from X York nnJ of .
I : 1 & fee! for vale at the old timd of KNFI>Y /tIi.uslyc : L since, he wcntn'L once to the Water street Aftor\ referring briefly to the reign of terror .

r I for C'a..li oust)', a ImaU.H.lt!, n- "Who dil'llo save sinners Minion to report progress, and express which has been maintained (hero byBrovnlow -..-.,:.. r ;, l ,

ATTORNEYS AT LAW ol'te>l dodo of The i,iii iraaagain inserted: and Joe replied !his gratitude that his steps were turned inthu she adds :,'"Evcn now are'Jc.catlercd -.--,' 'I .. t-f'
I TADIPAFLA.s XT '! r."VA7fr, CUT- in a dill louder tuicc.Jc I temperance meeting. over these hills five hundred circulars : ; ... ')

#/ l"- I.Dln'IlOOI HOOKS u4 Christ! !1" iialtg' HS l..'0ra. issued at Jonesboro I by the Guvcrnoi'of he. f '

Wij'practice in,tie Sonthtrn, and EasteraircuTu IXXS A: TU'iyXS. f'lUJIJIOQK3 "This; 151.0: Cornet but' do not manifest "SELur.-Tho learned are divided as* State, a few day ago advising the Radicals, I f j

_. of, \.h. ::;t te.or'TarnV' 5-Cnio. CHEV1XG\ TO. so much.fruity: Iii iiiore vompou'd to the meaning of this word, which occurs to burn every fence rail and reduce to ashes "ie'ery
26th, 1SCC.
J 1 May DA f CCO ADAXAXTiyECAXDhtSS.: HI jaur minm-r.ii.l, the I tendierin an so often' in the Pnahns. The Targuncs, Rebel home and exteirnicala every ,
... tr. VHTS.WHITE! A. A. steer. I and most of the Jeui.h commenators :,
: Sutld. Rebel in the How :
; }; MATCH- e\l :.lI"l\ta.g :! long are men to t1I

{ & ALLEN.SoYicttors ES, .f-c. After Joe Lad ciilui'd dovtu, the examiirilioii the word tho meaning of eternally, for I be expected M permit ibis,roadman to pur, ', :f ;

cc c. went l.lI. t ever. Rabbi Kimchi regards it as a signto sue bis destruotive career.! How long are .. ,

\ at. of the and which will "What will bo the final doom of alhsick- elevate the voice. The authors of the
ttornc 5 !ow, quality price pltase the American! people tolerate the continuance !,' (
'k -.sr.- < Give DIe a valL : puosns.0IIORY ed men !" was tbd next question up for cou Septuagint: translation appear t 'Lave regarded -.I in power of this shameless rufSanl>f < il i J

j. 0-(' 4 Videration. it as a-musicial or rythroical note. t
There is involved in
Elli'TAMPA..FLA.\ no political question ,
m September let.., 'Cfi. 19-tf. ?
As the pin was! again stuck in, Joe thundered *, ilsrder regards)ii'asindicaling! a changeof ibis matter. A tyrant is persecuting and ,, 1. .-
TO out, with a high! elevation of his tone, Matheaon as n musical note equivalent outraging a defenseless people. How shall ,
attention to all bu inY :
TIT ILL CITE prompt Eu rca irAaEj1! body : perhaps, to the word repeat. Ace or.s obtain 4i
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,September Ut,1864., 06mLAW A-lJ "Hell and damnation: !" ding to Luther.acd< others it means silence. for their property, and security for ; '.

J : 'NOTICE. "\Iy young friend," said his instructor, Gesenius explains it to mean, "Let the in.. their limbs nnd'lheA') These are the sim,: .-/

.Uot41. with other 'DEALEllSTlie "you give true answers to thesj questions struments play and the singers slop."- pie questions' which Lie[ people of Teooes- .
services to .
T Offer
J. Counsel my in the proaecution or defence of CiV but while you are here, we wish you to be Wocfaer regards it as equivalent to surtum-: sea are called on to answer, and i it is .clear 4.-

1 -" Casa, in the Southern Judicial Circuit of Subscriber i i. fully prepared to furtUh more mild iu your words." corda-up my soul. Sommer, after examining :
they cannot remain unsettled. -
TU and in Criminal e&eeft cither dose or with long_ From, >
Sheet Music, Strings, Musical Instrument !- all tbe seventy-four passages in! wlmh
ether Counsel. I the most degraded earth 'DrownI
I SAM.. CRAFT.' and Music i Books of nil kinds at the lowe t rates GKS. PAT CLKDCRXS.-The Nashville the word occurs, recognizes in every case race on -

_ Tampa Sept.lb,1866. U.t( wholesale and retail from ,the largest collections Hinner gives a sketch of the Irish Hebe! ..' I JW'B antics would soon force an answer. i ".
"an actual to Jehovah.:
in thi+ ewt"..trv. appeal It cannot N>, then, that the once free .. .
puiictunllr GenerP.it! CI. 1.\1rr.e : I They are rails for aid and] prayers to 1 beLenrdcxprcf9cd I peo- "
-S.Y. HNCEY Orders attended to. In appcaiiinco he w.n m-cra; IH.d r.ither {lde Tennessee will much longer be silent '
"Addn-ss all orders either with! entire I'.irert-! ,
wan ; a light man, with iron-gray hair, rut ; Baltimore Gazette. .,
,SIBERIA OTT, 5S1 roaJwaY.. nes', or if nit in the imperative: "llonr .
I I AT'rOlEY AT I-AYT. close to hr head, delicate moustache and Jehovah or annko Jehovah and the like, ---- ---- <1

BROOKSVILLE FLA. THOMPSON & CARPENTER. imperial, dullsmall, guy eyes and sallow !still earneat'address to God that he would HE is NOBODT BUT A PaisTKB.-Sucb. )I .

l I i of the Foundry complexion. He drilled always neatly i remember and heir, &c. Tho word itself was the sneering remark of A person not a .
Southern and Intern rroprirtors Tonshkrrpsc ,
in tbe
i -iil'l'ractite but with plainnis+, and haJ little Use for he regards as indicating n blast of trura thousand mile.* ftom our office in referencp
4 wdicial Circuit. Tlf.VNL'FACTlTIlERS:; of Sugar Mill. (Two J
i i lUDe t3rd.'64.. ll" ill roll Mill, 15 incbf't indianictor, 12 J iud ie. general society. His friends were few ;- pals by the priests. Selah, itselfh thinksan to a member of the profession we follow? I

*. A'. .. long; three ron Mill, 16 inches in Jiuuetf.Jti his tastes simple : his manners shrinkingin abridged expression used for lliggaion and are proud of."Nobody but a prin. -
With frame of the l t whiteOak
inches: ions. >e! I
J: HPOST, ) Sugar Uoilei-, Caldrons with or without the extreme. In early life he had served Selah-lliggaion! indicating the sound of ter 1" It makes our blood run rampant ,

I 1; doom and .grates for (-ellincr aine, and as a Cornet cf Light Dragoons in India the stringed instruments, and Selah a vigorous through our vein to hear such expressions, r
( Gin IVtafh Kettle .
Gear *
) movable
A1t1o.lIQNJEmm( legs Soap
:tJI Boiler*, KettlrK, Manufacturer'a Kettles, IViui; and later,pi vjd three or four years in l l\r. blast!' of trumpet fall from the lips of those nursed on repablican .

: [iude( nis Tlunib Bells Kitchen t>jnk Ci>t. rn is as a student (II! bilK-sIetlres. He might --...- soil. -Nobody but Who
i 1. nt1l"i' i! ll & :/oriuorMng Necks Water L'ain II,Oven Front Fire liendcrs. have been ini..tnktn for a Roanian, IIn.la l Tits &CDLlt- cs CItKCR) : .-John aprinler. i 1
was Benjamin Franklin
Well Wheel, Foot Scraper, .te.: Will "Nobody bat a t t'
'/ Merciiaiit.r supply ilorclmnU: and others at 31 IRlllflclntcr' !looked like (Jreck. His Leiring WHSC'! Vmopuli'an Mitchell:! ( writes from Paris :to the New York printer." Who"",William Caxfon, one, I '

; prices Parties wl-liiiipto pnrrha*A any of the aitiIe : ; h's: fp.erh peculiar: to L.: :,',:!f, :-.STP ; of tho fathers of IitCtturo.UY: owdl but }

<- enumerated atx' >ve, will thus pave the o<-ininiMioiii bttnecii seaunarud .iccLiil.Cloburno 'TLc nccd'o: : '! (''n: has me; its match-a "
r TAMPA, FLA. a,crow. a printer. Whw was Earl .
I Stauhope
of Sew York merchant! usually! not bullet! proof clothing! for soldiers. At thoI'Milgian ,
.-. *r 'tUILL attend promptly; to all biuinert en. less than 25 jur cent Wlt4'cr)' bold and original in his Ii Nobody but a printer." Who was Governor t sa
l Tir Nnliona'' .
II trusted to dais ear*. Tho ahotoartieleadelirered in New YOlk His propositionttwo lo '
if I .. opinion years Armstrong! of Massachusetts "No ,
"' .u1i it".1... : City, free fuijrht. Apply t ground, the thing was exhibited for .
!I ttrConilKnmenti respectfully 18ti.STORE W.' U. ('llltl:.fY..teent. I tore tho clo \uof the war: to declare all theluigrofs body but printer." Who was Governor _
t Aujru.l2i.-66. d..oll\.ill.t., 1'la, !tho fiiKl! time by its! inventor a Mr. Her'nard .
: I free and conscript the m ales, cxin- Hiijlcr l of Pennsylvania' and Governor } '
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; 'ces his force and aaciiy. "I 1 wou'd meet ;, and in tbe most satisfactory; manner. : igler cfCl\lifornia'
mr DRUG PER YIMIt Wewnltt.'genta' I "Nobody but prin. s N x
namely : Hy fire himself
3 I everywhere to mil our Improved! !I I21t time pr,",chmaiion of Mr. Lincoln! ," he Kiid, ; standing at a ters." George y. Morris! N. P. Willit : +
if. rewind! Macliinif.I Tli,re new Linda. 111'\\ hundred yards, having previously shown 1
; j .. "with a better on*. I would give the ne-J; Joseph Gales, Charles Richardson .
Qml } der and upjr f.-od. r'o>iit WII tiial. The nlruathiiifii \ that 1 10; wore nothing under his cloak but James ,
c1 e a o..I! in the t'tiiti-d' >tate< fin rle,* thai grtvs not only their freedom, but a bounty.of Harpar, Horace
J i Greoly, Dayard
= *{\ which are fully litr** .t Wiltnti, 6'roreraud Balrr, Singrr: Co. I I Und for meritorious service 11(11'a.. him in the breast it fl.Utened Robert: Sears, Senators Dix, Cameron, An. j
,."..IJoIf1.tlJrr.t1l uthcr cheep inachinen areiufri"yrnrnrs opposed to any mehme of Irish indepen { and thony and Niles who
t- i and the ,ell..ror; user ae llaUtt I fell don u at his foot ; Lu picked it up and are they f "Nobody'. +
dence. "The Irish, Lo said, "aro not fit but printers." Who"as k"
X and Ad-res or Prince
I erre.t.fi'.t impriiotiMrnt. showed it to the hut he
i roll upon Miaw &. Clark liiddeforJ Maine for liberty. They flouribh lest as exotics. spectators. I William, who married the Princess of En. l
or CI"rago! 111. would suffer nobody examine the texture 'i
I",* : .. June JOtli. CO. 1-y. Had! he lived he would have returned to gland, Washington Irving Charles Dickens .
'" of his cloth I
,, not having
yet -
,' i J' ,f.. ,' -.tiOTiCA O'lJISSOLUTJO.TllF.llnf .\;:- Arkansas, married: the lady to whom he his patent. His bend and face were Tutors, Douglass Jerrold' Geo. D.Pren- I I

this rtetlwd of arming hit oldj: *UI' "rCL.\UIU:A JlVGII r.S. wasbutrothed. resumed the }practice of law,COn-'l.J with steel lice, :\nI1146t, though not least,James Bach I
I n and reached ..
1 T'b..", that he h. ol>eDed ax '" Florida, was dw-olved ou which be1 quitted at thooulhrenk of lotil,1! I cap ; to nnsn, the late President of the Unjlei' t! t

lit day of June, init., by mutnaf conrvnt. ities to become n | rivato toldic-r! and eschewed the ground. Such is the story that comes Slates ; .
I "XE'V DG ST 0111. '.1...'Ut ok. of thin linn are in the hand of E to us in Belgian ncwjpspen. "Xobody but printers.One .4 .1"ttinS' f p ,
1 : A. Clarke; and all del.torw! and creditor arc FcnianUm.: : is.niJent, that chooses i; i
.: .. every person
r''qu.t.J to come forward for iinnndiata netttemetit. ---..... '-"
hi. welling home and Clark: and A shop in li.iltiinore was tired on Thum.j cnn'tb* a printer-brains are necessary.,' ;
T weep btorc.' w here he will Ice eon.tanllyt I:. .... CLAUKi I:; Mrs. Davis writes to a friend in Charleston day by the of Kx. i t <.
lJugbes' agency warped of t
"n hand a fall M.ort ucnt of freU 1). 11UG1IUS. ( concerning her hu<>,band : "Mr. Ua\'il ,, t : *
tf.:1 glass! in a window which ----r" 1 {
0 Tampa,June IStli. 't:} V acted as a convex i '1 1 I

ATjiTf ) O.Vfl fl t Jil..nlll ,.."i.tl'-T'1r.rz is now slowly! but surely wasting away ; len, and concentrating the sun'a rays There woro forty five Northern Go n erals ; : f '
.- pmgs sub, _tbiciat5. J\J-tHtir.i4\ ,' new arlidtt,jttt out. Addr >3 1 and I look forward toils Maker's release! pile of combustible materials, caused it and about an equal number ,of Southern 1 I Iome. tl 1t
O. T. GAla: City Building: DiJJeford. Me I

,: Tamra, Ma, SLb.iS6'6.. \ 600. i June llth '66. .- 1 r. j i if(; man, docs not soon afford him cne. to take fire. ..., in tho Phil adslphia Coaftotioa.!' 1 I '

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Tae KOl'lberaDecUoU5., Torch and TurpeuUuc.Por- Vntrbmnn, "D'ofI e might 1 fi':" { ,:' j
latest returns of the elections held on "'. The Maine Eastern Argus conclude a The Rev Dr. Capera of the Florida Con : '
last in the States of Indiana, The New York World publishes some calm. sad able review of the cause CrcDef'died recently ai Monticello F1** l lIt
TAMPA. private history Dot very creditable toBruwnlow'a led to tie result of the late election that *
: and Obio.that have come to in tbe Baltimore election !
who i. said that
compauions are stumping words 'If the spirit
:7'L.ATl1a AY.Oe.... r.T. show that while the conservative, the North wit j him. The World says Stato in the following : the Radicals havetriumphwl bj"fraud and .
-- ia Maine is to control ,
DOt'I"ccieded in electing.tbeir candi. th.l there are IcJicalioo that these Torch- ,which now dominates intimidation." -

for Slate officer, they have reduced ttnd>Turpentine' tourists\ are likely to be North and direct the affair of the nation, Forty -five applications for divoree are t.

I left in the lurch y the central Ci/m.nittce, have the ccd. of the American Un
of we seen ill to
majorities I before SOllrtU1IJ Court jllariford 1
the Republican { ;
ia which 't ,
event they must ine.outin.otls'drop and whole it
sound ,
: ion. Were it now Conn.
in each of these Slates. '! j
and 1663
into the nearest poorhouse oo their withstand the strain which t ,
results, although not satisfactory lo'': line of travel. The} do not come up to it could scarcely Join Van Buren died on the lath last. i, 4,

; fruode of a reunited country, are the expected mark; their roaring is too fee this spirit would put to it. ; but with the onboard of the Steamer Scotia, at 'fo1.-: j .

'lKew JlArerUsemcn cheer them. We may safe ble to compensate the outlay in soup Uuioo Iroken-with ten spoke of thirty- IIU body has teen brought to New York a

};sw Groceries-While 4 Co. to have main and hiD bones ; the anticipated enthusiastic I fix out of tha wheel. -it must go down with : 'I he average annual cotton crop of the x,

Application for aal*of heal EstaU lhat"the Democrats. gatherings; me really only little knots of i la crash when the winos, as it wil Southern States from 1850 to 1800 inclusive a
C.Pearson. increased their strength in pressure .
if not noisy KaJicals and the usual loungers j
.. Presidential election, if not be1fore ia 3lt2,400
i iu the next
about the :
stations and
The struggle of the cam- mI\tay ; worse '
Expecting to be absent most of the great where nolwith than all! for these ":even Poor Travelers I and upset everything. And there ire John C. Fremont has been elected-President

for f.he next few,weeks attending the was in Pennsylvania: > thtir character, or tatter utter want of it, : worse letne8ts of commotion in the country of the Atlantic and Pacific RailRoad -! .

cuit Coorta of Polk, Manatee and the enormous sums of money ex hi* preceded them OQ the route. Theyare now than ever before. Let anarchy Company. +,

'' W.t'r will be filled. mostly by the Radicals,.says the World, and altogether a party of false preUc Jers- and they will dash the ship ot Fremont has fire men and a wheelbarrow _, '
paper once begin,
of their foremost speaker in ct err disloyal XortLttnersmo&lcf them called at work on tb. South Branch railroad t
arfafidiostiadofor-i4aalraatter iUcm elvVs "Suuthetn loyalists," assumingto state upon the breakers antj destroy it.- be will
city and ,town, the Dicjjcr: in Missouri. An exchange say t
the'apiri' should move some of.our t represent a party of "moral ,idea,'" an J The terrible scene of the'French. revolution put it through if it ruins ibo wheelbarrow. I'
Radical last
poodeota to farnisb something reduced the majority cmicg with them records, personal: and would be repeated: The elements are
of 22,000 to less than 10,000. Ibis fs political thai are actually putrid. Ham J' who have Admiral Semmesba purchased a third s
during the time which wi wilJ for it and the demagogues
hop J rips
interest in.the Mobile Daily Gazette, a -
gain oM2,600 voles, which is more. iltpn who arraigns the President on the I paper .
for their own '
cae. U-tn: fanning these passions' recently established and is the editor :
the score of"morality; was arrested year .
increased than decreased by ago
Lobe "
.. in a house of prostitution in Wa,hington, base purpose, could no more control them in chief. J ,

\ Aator'atrgDf-The Circuit! Court rolurni.. We deeply regret to learn and was tried && a disorderly cll ua.ter.-- than they' could the surging of the. s a.Ul ..- Carding I C u II en, .In I re I an J,b I' feued- a .r i
nillsborongb County adjourned on the Radicals bare elected a majority of Ills private record in most infatr.ous. I'o- our brethren in other States .Le war- pastoral tie Papal situation. lie intimates 'a

\ day,Utt, liters laborious ses oo I ., which wUl secure the elec litically.ha sass rank: secessionist in ltd, oed Let them keep these revolutionary : thai the 1'opM will l leave Rome oo "' .J {x"

I day. of ono of.the numbers for United and begged mousy to raise a Corttdtratecomrany. if The i the withdrawal of iho French troop. s .i
in possible
... I : elements subjection j d
City: '-oea.Messrs. Senator, to succeed the eloquent I 1l at mouth,,"Mther '"Southern loyalist"connected danger to our country ia imminent' never A"St. Louis i paper of the 30ih ult-, say ,.. +

Jour A. IltxDKEsoy, patriotic Cowan upon the expiration I with the Torch-anJ-Turp! \ wore s-j than al this hour. The North "There have been only three ministers of

term, on the fourlluof March next. travting troupe, is an lllir.ois.in, whweul the Gotptl incarcerated in jailor mobbed; "
lcKn aDd iistlfabl! the
t Sat. C. CRAFT having Ohio the Radicals! have a large, ma. .o New Oilcans during the wur/ 'and, for n showed to conquer .t I I in Mi i & }uri during the l'ukZlt: week.That's .- .. t
appointed commissioners, by hit ] few weeks sct..llh pruvo"t mlOrII1.:1.! The tut if it shall prove tote unequal to achieve moderate." : ;i ,
of 1
cy Gor..WALxxa, under an Act of but not so large' as the majority Tribune dignifies:: him ai '-JuJ,;:,," Warm the still hgher victory over itself of forgiving \ Several 'bodies* of f Confederate' soldiers, 'a aI ; .

Legislature to the &. u L, and} i.u doutu be. i i. H, much a the Suutb the have ben
; reorganize % cl'n'1uest'wil i
I t killed: in the. Valley, passed through Suun- 1 ;
from Indiana ;indicate; a Pad I he i i., Svuihern Dro..nlovr i i. I I
returns Judge as a .
Uoa of the city of Tampa, held an in vain, and our ictliluiions will AS assuredly ton last week. It was touching to notice : ;

< for city ofScr*on Thursday 23th. majority cf from twelve to, !fifteen; thou .. plAying tbuhclocriteorpay.! For years fail if they bad surrendered To that every coffin had a wreath of fljwer t. 1
II t be has been tl'e at>u ire and tl! on it, the tribute of the fair and wo-
I f which M asr*. E. A. CLAUB was of the very ".\w1itloni ts who the assaults of the reUU. Hatred and veu gentle ,V
men of the Valley to the brave and honored .
1 \ Mayor; llr.LiTztr, R. F. NOB, IwanJ Michigan the contest was now employ, Lim. and l who pay Lis. bo.ird gencce are the elements of discord: not ofpeace I

; 1 Fcuu and B. LXOITARDT, one sided for the Democratic party to anJ 'A jkibin Even lUndolj-ti! the perfumed and unity, and these now J lie: directly dead. b

.1\\ Locu Bur Jr. Marshall ". much of a Itro ;If'. They have exotic from, Oneidt, who pretends to..I Our informant, rays a New Orleans pa ..
CL reiteration
national I
in to
i ; our pathway ] *
10e colored! .ut! from I ai i i.tnn and I
a :rer > ., reports that when be pasted through ;
Clerk and Capt. ILtnr Pao3cc ,h.ld their 091'0, depite the owe'r. who i is till in ''thitcomptny I fond 'Can | te overcome !
: really prominent ncior.[ unity peace. ipy Ire't oit the 23.1 uu! (ttn. Price ...
I "tr. ring number and sclivity cf their op is a humbug. is the 'Aua its ,
I I That question... upon tight dfciigrou ill, with '"fvphoid fever
-. -.-- It is believed by the leading I depends: the salvation of the republic. I ant.nutex}P ects.ltoliye.! (lav Harris, Gen. ':

-.I Sine our last, the 'Steamer So crat organs in New York that: the Federal Ofilcr-IIuldrrv In the .. I Shelby, Jajge I'crkiusaud, olher were in. .l I 1r
fcOMfll. --- -- _
( Star, Capt. Jit ,McK T Sr. has figures, when in, will show heavy attendance him. '
One of our correspnnllent] in the South The Richiiiuud: Enqtirtr, commenting l
for the of shipping cattle .::: gains in all the States: An ( .
1 e' pnrpos to the other d..y, directed attention; to the! Ou the abuse of the President by '", Jie.h, The Boston Commonwealth, a Radical \: .. \.
; Thus the vote has Wen !\ even
enterprising Captain is u lIy large polled, .
f.tct thai many of the! d-stutbcrs: of Southern in some of the plitces by him. and organ, says. "the country can do very well --
t. t tons brighter future. If euf r than the Presidential vote in 1364- without Chief We .
and the most unscrupulous! assailants expressing Us n-g'et at the bd temper exhibited a Magistrate. *. sot \
I i !: coanged to induce him to remain parties exerted themselves to the ut. peace surprised at this declaration, tor the Radicals '

i \ : lr ae,then money will soon begin to but it is apt arent that the Democrats of the restoration measures of tbedtuni3tuti.n frays : with the .. have long sine concluded that the :d
Impressed as 1I't are gloomy
\ : or Federal, }lo without Co.iititulioa.
are occupants: country can < : Y 4
: way into our country, and that as unsuccessful,have gtined ia num i
Li <'.t. il i is rot, 1 hvwe\vr, all l g'oomy. '
of5, and in of from the ( pro p
e?, receipt iov-
{' spring to a watch, will eat yen! the while the Republicans have lost. jay i Ili i js dik. but not nf! JIU rkne! }'rn The secret t distribution: "f.f arm to radical : d. '
I eminent lb.Lu! This is true not only by (;iv\'. Flctch,.of Vjxuuri, is ttiil ..3 \t
wheel of enterprise in our country the whole the result of the elec dent John on ia regarded at the friend of .
I 1 of individual! employed! under the Freedman ) I' the South but be is i o; her \ Lecauseshe going on. Tk y aht Mot to counties on =_, )
f. : tion, ,and toon, very soon, South were as favorable to the President' the bor.lei, and i ii.is believed at Si Louisthai .. ,
is the South. The inr.resta of theSouth
> Burevi, butof other vCi"'iaN' who derive r:
t' f asama_ the nulling" features of h r.Jco."y U we had a right to expect them to their for rnischvif fi lnm ilieir ,:I are wrapvd! tp, at rrtent', the pres- ha is arming his parliiSM: for the Nu- 1 j'l
.: prosperity but if the that the power ; vember election 1 as they ca hop Iu car. ....
; people It is now demonstrated slrength rvation: of the Union ur>on the principle* t .
I connection with the AJruini: ,tratiun. It rt it in no other than by force
: : aawme, that CapL McKAT must : two parties in the most populous of in founder, and Presidcnl Johnson hap way 4
is! h"pd I, therefore, tb it for cleaning: outprocess 1 tOO' friend because be is the advocate I
-ev I while tity mole all, ia the cattle I is so nearly balanced as to retime! pens! to our : A gentleman recently from Texas informs t,.
I which has Lean commtcced in the I not of hd intends: jar tt, but of the editor of the Lui.iaJ r.aoUrs': s
&tone then .. .
may expect an mind of apprthectiou arising 'I .
public S or:b, will ty and by t< extended to the tLin which Let interests are involved. I. Bunnrr thai immense numbers 'of buY'.4
J .' meat of,the enterprize, and a the dancer of Radical, measures. Eo. lie has not cense: 'to the South but theI | are on A.tle in IVxa+, prices ranging; from .
Sou'It'} where work is I
thorough greatly I
it the doom of South.Flay for years to I as nearly one half .of tbe Norih! .rn I, South ha come to Mm. In Sill the I 'to &J per head, whil-; s stock cattle can

I "We do hope; for the take of our : ale opposed to c*.>n5- alin, ban in; r.edd. Tb ie, if any vv'h :re,-petfect baruiony >...uai end"avored to have the U nil n tecHi "- : l be puuha-ed at |4 in ::...M. Call!., h 1
l>e .ecn the Eecu'.iro and the cfliceholders ,e her inter.tt and her honor: led her rays v, are cheaper tLltu before \
I they
that' bi wm be pairon\wd in were
a dUrancbUement, the South hat noth ,
auavfrom it. 1ol tie Union she
lenvirg ,
5 is a necessity.-.11 Titnes.: the war-that is in 6
!: cient to justify has continuance in to fear at the hands of the Rdcas.! :left .Andrew Johni bebitxl! her. She now gold. :
This is that the President!
"" a high duty
I tlesbippingbnsin* very slight charge in- I ublio sentiment returns to the Union, and finds President, A WAshington dUpttch says : The rap ,
.opts Lim .ifns! welPas the country, and she 'left him in the id accumulation of in
f. 'i t The 8iV Marvin also arrived on is almost certain to follow the! fist J..llfll\OnjustwLertJ gold the Treasury
especially! at tlm juncture, ilen tbeie is n j: Union and for the! Union. I will, i if continued, t >on atfords! a metaJic:
from New Orleans of violence the of the RidicaK t
ntgbt on
bnngicg part I
Ther is ;ground of that the basis for the notes
terrible! strujrgld for the salvation of the : some hopes I treasury in circulation t
i. 1 for Messrs. P. W.Wntrjc & Co,. throw lie balance r""Hr on tile t gqlnj 0:1 between tho President: 4 thinking[men of the South will tee the impoitanceof .! which oojjjht to materially, ; rrdur the, pre- ,

;,' i new advertisement we would! call side,and-Iherefufe the extremist "i i!', country :! -u't.tiuibg.the; .President, and .!.miuni on it. It i ive!>tinn !(d thai ))11>:'the t

; attenlioc." cauliou' l lest they u akti their po$i- j and his lliiJioal: opponents ; and! every of i illY their united; d1t.rlS overcome the m dhicn tend.' of tlm month lheTre 'ury will have i j
I .. tied tl. t ii is lift in the bands of lhdiiol'ympthizcr !
a 'I if
i --+ ... -- in public lito iou'clHe' I nrss \\ fttr.f to rule! the hour. Otb- nearly, not quite out hundred million in -lA
1 The F.rnaDdiaatoffOlpoDJent : is !a weapon employed mjain etwjse may God save the country, for the gnh1! !. )
Sac. UtraU. the Ex< cutite, and wielded in aid: rf the '
illll'111. t ,
Savannah New and Herald says UnJieul. jKilU-y ofdi,union and destruction ;; tuecef' of lMicai: m will only The f'fimin in India: is iucreasin and I k'

t The recent gale which swept HeioiiT ol'hIPtDF. .-TbYNew:. York and tho rtlc-rt of the fr friend of the HJmin-:: j North A i.e",ne of wild anarchy, and the !straving; .r 'dl..tII ha,. Wgun trt fli) :"k from 11, (s
U.miuo.I .
South a a :conJ St. the f
country to the
1 -. rifio fury the Atlantic coast is trying! to prove to the President i tration i it: too frequently paralyzed! by the I cities. "Hundreds of ) J
--= men, : a Bengal circular t
chronicle of wreck: Besides the 'the infamous constitutional amer-d* influence! ami) ptlrona:: tb.-st. IJadiful"Fed: "are daily i .
eral, cficinN it. J LOST CUILD.W. M. Novel of Ilur.ti.ville comicg down to Calcutta: from lie (
l *mpoy H;:*;BJI These officials I Amine- '
I Star which sunk beneath the' t)i8Mt,\ the pau! of the IJicaLut! I' use their jviMtion to influence el.>cti : A 1.1., requests the press circulate the stricken districts, of whom some get their 4 1tt J\\

:t with nearly three hundred souls, ity, from first to last, the plan! of 'i <->!.., anti l luaiaiaia lUJic.il: net papers I following!: card : food once a day and some do not. Many :,
i their
r" I i. er escaped .so awful a fate,jet I I President.:," Bennett, says the Macon' to "lor s;;air.rl; the Prt-Mdent., We say, Among those who were exiled in 1864 PAM" days eating: skins of mangoes j
'h,'n, the! of J Ca.it1tjcn 5 i.. Jcman- picked up in the streets! ; sell their
#t', nark of old ocean's rage. The j stems ju> lake i it for c'nnK-d j pri : i from North Alabama by order of General many I
: } Ifd ;n the S,-tith!! anti l it-i i i.* hi time tbntih children for
; ; j Shtrmftn. wife Sarah I an anna or two .
; MalaozA bound T.\ were E. Novel, or devote
Iii from to ; I my \
: the President is like the Iii>hman -f
i then'
PresiiUntial: ) axe shouM' l>o put to work : and InV child Sarah Lzie. MT wife died I lees lpockel-pickii.g: and murder t

if and the brig Satan E. 110, when aked ", h.lher puiliy of murJer'! i'i thrunjhuui the "1101., South, an : from Mobile toNew York lost> : ::al l cf the Ka: ]ic.i! U- my pro,:: ::1. J '
I declined to until! Le had ttpporter > removal ;
i<< not, answer : was ioU among the featuring rtfu:eesj .- I| rra al Athens Geo. Stores are cloned
I tl. ; tigging. Both vessels reached / evidence j; ami\ true anJ loyal supporter' of the j She wa nven years old when lie was in j I ,,secular businesssuspended during each and .. t
Administration lw :
paced in accord
. h j on Monday, .aided by 'the tide, ,I IJ The amendment, the Herald "says, by j it. There Mot men, plenty of tlu'01.-in with this Louisville, in the winter 1864.5&. of light I I service. "t
hair and
and blue
complexion .
J caste, in a bad enough plight. ay recommending it to our adaption, Slate, who hive borne, unflinchingly; one hash information. of her eye will please Any t P-S. If members of lha churches hare ta

! ''j i ; Brig is reported in distress ,,' the shortest and only safe and caw road: I I old d,,;;" to its victories: : "bf> have never i a.ldre meL Louisville: Ky., }h. Vernon I and our business folks! generally! were a lit- i ,.

: outh 'Nassau Inlet. utorati The I swerved a moment from thoir: fealty to the Motel. this tic leIS : '
j a .reeJy n to Congress. Paper copying; will: confer a i ecularted and a good deal more '
q : I t (Government of the Union and who ate ,
Radical dispute this, and t ;rent fvor. I spiritualized[ : could I
} Ln.- L"Graoe. papers II staunch supporter of the Prosi.K'nt.) LtI we not bate just such r
SSib.aayifAlot of freedmen ay it woul-1 bo but one stage on the jour I him, for the ..:,f.-ty of Lim eif;f and ootl! of( i ---- -- .'..- j! tithe Lere :

i: for Teneaee. We ,. we think! so too, for we have al the country, remove the ]1'uilicjtl: iucuiujUut lIn E.rm' TOUD .-We Je! ,ra from j A cloud of gr.ivhopp..r' ; 'I I

yesterday been cheated into conditions with i and reward tie truly: loyal Union. tLc Quincy Commonwealth that I>r. To width, are sixty miles! ?ice 'I
: there was nearly a car-load- ol t travelling a'ro.ru.., from i
I men of the country.-17oiJa 'i'nion.
.. !! and assurance that they would be salufUc- 'j j 1 land, who was ,convicted of Bigamy at the : west to east. M tilt rate of hbf.ut five ruil t 'V
+: 'j;. --i \Ve go to bare INk employment dot.bt more of '. But allowing it to be the nearest I We 1.:1tile: best: of reasons for Uliev: > Ati.,u-t term'of. the County Criminal Court a lay. At l I..t accounttht:\ had achcOV t \
DO many r .
-\' 1 t. between this and Spring. ewesl load, the South would rather :; in; and staling that if names of the ttvli- i was' put npori tie block, and hired out by I. Jackson CtulitH1JNi; and wirulow. : I s

i"... ;. .. be go neither food nor employment' 'forty years through the wilderne** ; cal! cffico bolder in this Sate: are fcrwaru Sheriff Jordan: to the L5Kt' bidder. II* ruontle were kept; cl0 ed to prevent invasion: by the 1 ,

: t ectioa of the coonlry.for the I.r 1 ed.to the Pre-iiect! the ; myia.l: of then insects, ntulpco.! .
1 We advise f reach the promWd 'land that wn.I .- accompanied by ; was bi.l in by the county of Gadsden, for pe! \' tunns out were llgd to t J

i t berol.thl'ftl who can." here. ,j ( we I lttua lo ourselves, our chiUicn: ', stleast names of good and tua men a. their suej i tlce year, for *11C7 00 the *m
i. t j j ce*:,or% ,. ho can take.: .the Uol oath, the'I and of
I! t.! j .ill ---- will get there. I|I coM prosecution lie was reunn- i CREELATER BKXVKT.-Greely does e I \ I
: : f'i" TRI SOCTH S CctTiTATon ,. a. obnoxious incumttn's! will! be turned cut :. del to j juil and there awaits the omroaad nol give lfcr.net a very warm greeting as "a I j I ]

\\f !! ber number of this valuable .) A North Carolina p4per contains the without more a-!:0. h :is not tbo rr{' iJ nt'. I of the Board of County CcraoiiMioners.I .- :I man and brother," on his appearance a* t '

*: -JJV !! : lithed at Athens Geon at the following! adverlisracnt :"Confederate moni i 1 busing tojicl upon ncwjp.ipsr statements: : :1 a Radical.There is He says io : I I t '

i t' I low price of$2,00 per annnm taken lor goods, and also tank: notes of'I nor will he ; bat when names are given ". ... the Herald reason will fear that the editor of t
Like all its predecessors presently
oeiTtd. announce his
ortb and:! South Carolina And rather !and successor" jpeciSed, ittill bd: found; :I '''''hat sort, (.r'" sermon d. you th: 1"I hesion to the Republican! ad- !
K i t with Interesting, profitable I I pany \.uA; al \ ,
s ; matter. We will take pleasure I thanbeovtr scrupulous, we will lake greenbacks { that how'i:1: use the axe promptlr, ft ha asked Dr. Ru>h Hobert Morris one dar.I t I last :Satan; came alo." i r. t ;

O t't ; iting specimen copies to any : : although old Thad. Stevens is coin; ou:ht to do, as well for the success of hisown !! like sir" rt-plied! Mr. Morris, "lhat kind i', Here M another solid shot flora the same t '

; -: yithto tubscribe.; to play' the deuce with il this winter. Andif ;! administration as far the good of the lof, preaching which drives a mm into the 'son I -Might of a gnu and: Main" \ t
T. "
; ':Tborlow7eed.of New'York" any of you have tome of tIll 'bard'; and. I country. More than tint! cannot reasonably : corner of hit pew, and makes him think but Maine and money are ire still very more powerful'to_ I c

i. of the,President. it is troublesome, we will cot'refute' it." be expected.-Flor. the dev! is after him. Fur proof nV New York Ilerals -i

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ittIJb crtiStDmt5.' I Hillsborough. AdTertiaements. rYIIllattble -Land for Sale!n! ,d' i iTtTlfemanJo : I.

HiUborog\) Wa>tat 'I' ; l lCosttfitt.
JUST Notice.A NEW .
'. LL PERSONS baTIng demand agaiast the L Cane Cotton and Corn land
A Elate of Michael Aldcrtnan.IaU of Hille i Good and unimproved.Orange .- I ';

borough County deceaM-1 wfll present them and other fruit tree growing .

-ARRIVED without delay; and all penoni indebted t. .. on two of the plus offered for '
aid Estate are requested to make immediate ale. .

payment to the undersigned. All creditor Alto-* Stock of Gala Apply to the no. .
an) t>>>enoni entitled to distribution are here designed at residence 17 mile north -of

t AT by lea tJr,.BOtified expiration exhibited that'their within of two that claim year time.*from will be thy barred date ua-at Gl-C C>. >'::I:>>1iI Tampa.. toy B. J. HAGLER. t E'r' '' ,

.. admYx. 'Oct 20. 28 fiw. I
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t s, Tampa, Oct. 6th, '61. iwNotice. :

For Sale; !''I. t

Hoar A Choice Place
SIX forRalsInf
I shall a*'Admin a'r&lrix; on the Estate i

Bacon, of ):.J. Hart, deceased, present my account i' Tropical FralU. :
voucher to the Judge ol Probate of IIilia- 1
and .
Lard and ask The luUcriber offer for tale 0.. :
for final settlement f".
borough di.eharie1; County from the further administration A General Assortment and.ixt1 cone of lad,._ '; .
SUpra '. to be. known a* the "Bishop Tract,"'oi ';' 1
Coffee of the said estate. mil. and a half from Pbillippj'e :.:.t

KARGAJtET BART, Admr'i., celebrated Grave Old It I .
PART OPt Tampa nearly ;
Syrup *
Tampa, Fla.. Oct 6th,J66, t4-6m. CONSISTING ,.. all first quality Pine Land, with enough. rUa I
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Hams, Uammook gardening purpose and a Baa- '

*' SALEOlFotteitcd ana plantation. Will be sold cheap Apply to ui, .
a a REYNOLDS; j'
CrackersRaising;, school Lands\ DRY ; 1864.Clear Water Harbor,. Fla.BeptS j t
z. 1. 85-tf '
t in the Sou.nettCiteui\. : f I Ir.

Yeast Powders, '0 4 \r.' : ; I
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Goshen Batte-, -- 8UCU AS ; ; J Jl

+.\ The purchaser of the School Land, benin.fter CALICOES, GINGHAMS, A COMPLETE SET OF RUNNING OEAa ;

Pilot Bread, mintioned, having failed to pay the r a Cotton Gio.forHone power,oonait>< .. ,
Potash bond given for the credit installments thereon lag of Segment, Bpar'wheel, Flange and :
l will l.. offered for sale the LaudOffice ,
'. laid lands at Gudgeon, for a twelve foot xheel.,'aJao adap '!
'Pipes, in the City of Tallahauee, on the first ted to a water mill -j: I

Nails, day of Jaoauy,1867. JEANS, BLEACH1D DOMESTICS Apply to :

f In Hillib. fjiigh County. JOSEPH ROBLE3.\. .k _
Kerosene Oil, t READY-MAD1 CLOTI11YO.CTORY Tampa June 10th, 10 tf + .1 .
of E. and X. S. Section .81. : \
+1 kc:' S. | K. J r-of E. i, 16 .
T. 2t.=i. R. 18 E., 1(8 sere. enUred. by Jease t., ,
>kO., Carter-amount due, fl68,&
E :- Chtapfor CASH, or Country Produce.Oct. .V. J, of S. ". i, Sec. 18.T 31, S. iC 23 BHOR3> BOOTS, .. i,

F4001 acl'elo entered by 0. W: lleudr}-
i !; .,37. 27.tf. .....oiint a.... t.Xtou" After thirty day from thin date I shall ap ,I

.s\\.i: of i1. E. i, sec 16 T. II S. R. 22. K II ATS, to the Hon. Probate Court of HilUbowf' I ,
STATE OF ili fro uD.1'. 40.01-100 acre, entered by G. W. lltudry .0.. *.. County. State of Florida for an order to son I

I ( ---- amount doe f1.0u. the following described property, belonging '
r EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Governor : W. 4, of R. F. J and S. E. I, of S. W. J tec. to the Estate of Simon Turin, Sr. deceaeei .
E. lor the purpose of paying the debt of the aaia ,
15 T. 81. S. R. SI 1tQ-OS-l00 acre
Hon. D. S. Walker
; due GROCERIES Estate aad the more e< .l distribution of remainder -
by G. W.lI.ndrr-ao.t. >$15Y,6" ju
I IJeot Cor.-W. W. J. Kelly ;
:\. E.J, of N. E. i,ee. 16. T. 59, S. H19,E. among the Heir*-vix: .
ecty of State B. F. Allen ; 40-01-100 &Cree. entered by :'lel'hul Philip LoU 4 and, A, of Block 62, in the City ofTtunpa .: .'

Comptroller-John Beard ; *-amt. due 54,90.. aa per.General Map. .
Treasurer-C. II. Austin ; In, Polk County.S. COUN. PORK. 1IAMS-, SUGAR, TEA RtCE.SO.\.P. STARCH, Lot I..ee. 6\. W. Jof N. W. era a'. \
Attorney G'Dera1-John Galbaraith ; bODA. HAUL HUEAD, CRACKERS: : DLES. KERO- -. .
T. 9 u, R 15, :S::: dl E. '
Register of lubli Lands-Hugh A. Corley; W, of 3. E sec 18.T. 26 S. R. 26, 1:. CHEESE PEPPER GINGER ,
Speaker House of Rrp. J. J. William; 39-11I:01:: acres entered by John W. Cat tin* SENK OIL. SARDINES, lt'atofN. E. i, A S. 1: i, of\. E, }. M.. ;
n -amt. due 43.60. MUSTARD, 1ISl ALMONDS.. CANDYPICKLES h. T. 2J.: 1'. It.S. i E. :+

-- In Htrnandi County. OLOGNA SAUSAGES N. *. of N. W. i *ec. 14. T.. 29, R J<\ 8 *B.' ;+ i
N.E.i. ofN.E.f. .IIIt. ..
JUDICIAL vtrirtutir.lion. > ,
S. E. L of set 16, T. 21 S. R 19, E,180 acre\ A J. Qf N. W. J. 18 M .. '!4It
C. IL DuPont-Chief Justice ; entered by Ja*. A.klcfieoa-amt due, 1902,88. SMOKING & CHEWINGTOBACCO. :to E.iofN. W.J. St. .. .. .1"' .:

a A. E. )) l of \. E. }. 4S.iofS.F-t..ec,16, T. GARDEN : -
k.anll Atso iateJoelitet. 8. i JOHN DARLING. Adm'r j. i
a J. M. f 2f.S. R 17. }:, U8-l:-166 act**, entered by SEED, De tunic non. Simon Turnun 8r. .

t .. Tboa. F. King arnout due, 57.50. kee, dsa Tarapa Oct 13th, 1866. 19tw.NOTICE .
I The minimum price of said land will be the 1M
t fOt'TUau JCPICIAL cucvrcJodf amount dne as above sbecified and the cot of .

1? *-James Gettla. advcrtisetoeot If no person shall bid the minimum FAHGY ASTIOLES, "IJ. ,

r I Solicitor-II. L. MithelLmusnoc.nl ,J the land will be U>uglit in for the8tnte ,

_.. or suit will be instituted! upon the Ronda ]? I"lm 11 J bo. ,
according; to the circumstance of each ca e.- 1 LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO TU$. a}
; 'en corvir. Where l u-l in fur the t:Irate \,
& are bought they SubaariberforStonuconatTrillplew 1 '
}".:. I t Judge ot 1'J01Jate-Jobn Darhn?. will immediately become subjectto entry at ,, \\ ,\ come forward and settle immediately B/ U.
Circuit C.oun-J. Giveo valuation. ,
; -. Ctok the original appraidd I
complying that will .
Sheriff J. T. Lesley. 'HUGH A. CORLEY.Register requ ate
I CoroMr-H. M. KWo.Surf of Public Land*. trouble, to those in arrears. .
t. j or-W. C, Brown.W. Sept 29th. '66.' 23 Stn.Notice. POWDER .W. L. CAMPBELt,. ..

Tamp Oct., 191866.Notice. IP.
I -
OOK.UllJoUU.ft :

k D. Heodrnot n. Booth' J. Robertson i LEAD, BUCKETS, ;-
ft- lt. Lively i Ac. Ac.AL80 SIX MONTHS AFTER THE DATE HERE "' ..
: I shall, a* Administrator .
.. tl Dist PERSONS are hereby lotified, not to the .IGatat.of .
jrmcisor TU tug ALl '
Simon '
for two Promisory Kotes given by Tnrraan Sr. deceased, 'I..eam1
K A. Clarke.Win. because account. and .Touch to the .
me to David Hughe the consideration en Judge of Pro
.; I '.( Ashley. for which they were given baa f&lled-to- bate of Uillsboroneh County, for a final tat "

i I ,? '. L Bell rr. Lawful Constable.J. wit: One given on the lthday of March A FINE LOT OF SADDLES AND BRIDLES. tlement and atk: to be discharged from Ck! fl&h' '

<", .f '," WOTAatlll nILlCo' 18B6. for $250. due the lit day of September ther administration of the said estate. '
If.; 1866'; and the other dated the same day as the{ JOHN DARLING AdW I
.. I -- .. A. Henderson fiat for (lSO. and due January 1ft 1867. Cheap for Cash,.or Conn try Producep. De bonier non ,
J. F. Henderson.Notice.. "WILDER.Tampa Tampa. Fla., July 18th 78.
.4 THOMAS W. W! I4-dm.
,Sept 8th.'ti6. 2tf. wOTns & < i
Notice. J j
1 : ,
< Fla. ALL PERSONS having demand against the '
,. Notice. of Robert Canon. l-.t. Af Uii-.-........ I, ,

T hereby g i1'tll. that thirty dv from th:* county, Stave of Florida deceased, will rpn

J. date. l will apply to the 11 on. Judge of Probate person indebted to the Estate of V/rn. In' Gbtnoerj.In -xatthem.itbontdetq, and all persons- .
of Hernando County for an order to sell ALI. Stalling, late of-ililliboroueh Connt- Notice indebted to *aa estate are requested make ': .'!
the-rral Eetateof Nathaniel W. Holland late tr, dec, are hereby required to make imrne the Circuit Court, Southern JuJieia immediate payment to the UDden ed. All' J

I of a id County dtceaed.MALCOH dials payment ; and those who have claims persons haying demand azainit the E- Circuit of Florida, in and fur llilltlorough creditor and pet son entitled to distribution I .
': c. PETERSON, Adro'r.BrooksTille. gainl laid Estate are herebyinolifie-1 to pre'sot UteofJosish Yarn, l late of Folk County. County ara barred hereby at the notified that their elaim will b*. .
them withiu two or they will be dtO\l. are hereby notified w them expiration of two years front I
>> Oct 27.1868. 4 w. years present to WltLUM J, MlLT. 1T thi date nnlesa exhibited within that time. ,
; barred. the undersigned"within two 'ean from date,
:Jt J JOHN: T. LESLY. Sheriff or the tame will be forever ttarred) and all person *. y Bill for Dirore SABRA ANN CARSON, admYx. j

;# Take Notice HilUhoro' Co. A E:-officio adm'r. indebted to the laid Estate will plea** RKIIOCA MiLrr. ) SepUaber 8,1866. 8-w .i

'TaropaSeptenbcr 8lh, 66. :0-II". make immediate pavraenL BILL HAVING ;
FILED in office
6. A my NOTICE. j J
W. HEXDRT, adm'r. in the above entitled .
,1 PROPRIETOROFTJIF A'ISULAR poses'sad it being PERSONS indebted to the .
VICTORIA 1i VARS, adro'rx.Bartow made ALL .tate.t
would respectfully give notice that all job NOTICE. appear by affidavit that ''the defeo Turman, Jr., late of Hillsborongh' !.
Oct..JO. ISfift. 26 8w. dant reside beyonii the limit of the Southern : j t
work and advertising hereafter, must be paid County. of Fla, de 'd. .
I' are hereby '"
PERSON'S demands required
/1; having affainst'theestate Judicial Circuit,.to-wit in he County of Sum tev
.. for in advance. The Decenary expense to to make immediate payment to the undar- I
of J. E. Spenrer. late of Uillsfwrongh in the State otFlorida: It il i ordered .
\I : keep the Preu'Dg compel him to adopt Coanty. eke.do will 'resent them without Notice that the defendant do hereby signed; alKcrediton.. legatee and other 1 I
i and
plead, answer
.. and i the nnivmtl; appear I persons entitled to distribution
this e re: it now practice delay, and all persons indebted to said estate or demur to the complainant acid art notified t*
of th. Press, where."lino Bill present their claim. within the time
- .
every to make immediate required
are requested before .
\ pay. on or first in December ,
T} the T. hereby firtu to all tho..lnd.bteJ the Monday by law, or thi notice. will be plead ia bar'of
tlnden to
to gnud. All creditor and persons nest or the same will be taken r
1 !, Corruigr fcT .a J II Ql Iq. entitled to distribution are hereby notified 1 EaUae of W. J. Spencer dVed. that aaletathey Prvtidtd that publication of thu order aa confessed bemad; their fecoverr.* 'r-1:

k r that their claims will be barred at the expiration soma forward at once and aettle ap their in some published in this ifEROBA.. H.TURMAN, admYx. '' ',
, arconnU shall be placed in the newspaper Circuit JOHN '. BENDERdON.> adm'r. .)
' of two year from thin date unless hand of the ones a week for two consecutive Dolt ha. ,
; ofllcer! September 1st. 8a .
for collection.
exhibited within that time. proper J. J.OIVs. cn Ct.C'L 1/-Iw. .
f t' '' Wm. >a SPENCER, admr'r. Wra. S. SPENCER, Adm'r. \
e undersized takes this method of inforfaff i if I'I Augut 25. V6. 18 8wADMINISTRATOR'S Oct. 9. 25tC | Sept ISth.'M. 11-lea. HOTICB.\ .
the public that he hu opened a Ca-
f WAOOX Huor. *t H. Krause's Black: i notice of tD IKlliborvttgk CVrcWt Court Sortaeris/w OIX MONTHS AFTER DAT, I will pre "
: (
",_\ I tmat AH and repairing, done. NOTICE.SIX i dicial Circuit e//7erVo, w ent my account and voucher to the Judge J 1\I
\ nitbShop. making /" Probate Covrt 4t CAawii,, OrtobtrA. Zed, of Probate of and for Polk CoOLtV. State of
V.I to order. MONTHS from the date hereof I shut I S. D. ToM AdmV, d*boni __
t' D. 1869. : ) Florida a* AdminUtraUr on the Estate of J, I
JOHN BRAXDOypjjf1 administrator, on the ettte of .,- non.'ofMlcajah C. Brown. | Petition U ,
1' I mail Carlton and Ftartha'd. Carlton deca*.d.prevent State of Florida, ) dOctu..d. J. Hooker late of laid county deceased 'anJaak .
erirr -t
i hire A food Wheelright foreclose MortT
wish to for
final '
: a .ettlemtat' be
macct'lJnt and Toucher to Ute Hernando County J r. discharged ,
Ji l' I
.;.. aa interest in the Shop. i g.ge. from the further dutie thereofLUUI9LAA'IERadm'r. '
lion. 1"dgeofl'robateof HilUboroutth Administratrix Priscilla A. BrownThor
20. \ "- 9 county "Vhereatllarp Anderson of J .
t TampsCOct, I for a final settlement and ask to be di!*h"r, Charlt* Andenon late of '., '1.Jun. t
defendant .
t Priseilla 4th
j ; i gvd from the further. administration of'said At Brown and all 'dS. 124 m.,
the and
: State aforesaid hat this
County ,
Ruo day intereated .k .
I83mLJL] notices of the .
; I estate. filed in the Probate Court .f "aid County filing of the Petition the above laWd 'pore Wotlce.I ..: '

J; ; ;B-rtciclayer; & Plasterer.Tfoald '. A pal IAt.b."; 6*. J. M. QASYAAdmr 6 m. estate written, therrfareNotice suggestion of the Insolvency, of aid and for Foreclosure four of Mortgage, on LoU one [1] hereby siren that four week after the i I .
to the people [4)] of Block 'lKl)-. |_ [II] In the publication of '
reipectfuUr announce the Twill '
is berets given to all tame apply U !
1 I person baring City Tampa, and .
% State
J of Florida
he has returned and'J' and tot Hon Jn of
that lge Probate
W ,cth( of Hernando
..t Country Notice. ; claim against aid dec'ds hate, to file the application will be made "County
located i in Tamp at the 9pria Term Ties fc t an order to veil]
the Real Estate bi '
permanently same duly authenticated, in the office of aid of said .
week from this date I, the widow Court 1887 for
; at judgement of Fonelo. longing to the
Patrooag.j1 Estate
; tr Solicits Jut Four F. J. Hart, late ofHillsborouffh; Countr. Courton or before the 2nd day of April 18 7. ante of said Mertgago. deceased of John McNeil, of said : i
county fur
Oet when there will be the of paying
a in the a Prorate payment among i purpose
State of Florida, deed shall applyto WHITE ALLEY.i dcbtJ f said estate,
ercral eroditon Insolvent
the Hon. the t.h. the said E-
Ccnrr of Sol'et'
County for Petitioner. ELLSIIA '
aforesaid for Dower in the Estate of the aforesaid I1'i The for glinll' i i. a true copy of a Notice DOW *
and .
Notice* deceased/ Given under my oral teal n Ion fie in this mt.. e jc .o1I"cCad.'r. ..
i .. [L.the Probate Court, at Brooksrille, .f'UIt : October e. 181a. )( ..t i
.\RGARET'UART. thi 2nd dav of October 18ft7.W. :t :
dart utter, or oa&tardipthe 27th inst, J. J. GJYF. s.Crt .
"I'amrStitt.. 20th! 18C6. 21-4 w. M. taRRtWJx.Judge c.
wflloffeivforsalethe Improvement ly- CtS
<1.I of Probate. Notice.
aide of the Hillsborongh river.fcel Oct. 11 6E
fair on the west Oct 22 1866. .111. ,
f aginR| to'"John A. Tailor; din, for the NOTICE. 28.4 m .

j' benefit of his Eatate .r whoever it may onern Six month after date I will apply to the Young Ladies, Attention Notice.IX ;t. ALL PERSON, hATing demands affainit the /, ,
-Terma, Cub Quit claim Title only givM e of Probate of Hillsboro County, fora IX MONTHS after date. I shall present tal. of JOHX TKO.X laU of Manatee county '
**, the land Ulong to the United final settlement and discharge front admin Two young" Gentlemen, who need to be goo.l .I account and Touchers as AuministrAtis my Florida, are hereby notified to present the
fcatpoaee<< ioa will give the owner the istration on the Estate of M. C.Drown, late of ';1Je. are anxious to jtt pre-emption. laid County dfo 'J. moment by corresponding with a limited M. Garrison, Judge of !Hernando Co., red, and all person indebted to said Estate will
1 j fir order of TaDll'todfie'Yo. 7. L 0.0. F. & B. TODD Adm'r. umber of young Ladiea.; object-fan and mn for a final settlement and ask to be discharged please malo immediate payment to me,. .r
r Cora. De boainGL tual improTcment ; perhaps Matrimony: Photograph 'from farther administation of aid Fstat suit ,ill be commenced fly >
1 :, eiehamted. AdJreat. either Churl. J. J. ADDHOIT.
Od =. Tampa !al' Jf>, '... 6 m. FrankUad, or William QtwlhurtU HARRIET E. LOCCHAKT, Adn'x. Sheriff El ott ad'ia i .
Breosarille, Sept Ith! '...
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11f11AI11Dr! >lr.ENI 1 t i.T SlJM R. IKTERESTIXU Utuc.-Tie famou"Ptcli- THEBOMDJUN ,n- I S. ::11.; ,. SMITHS .: ; _. \ "Advertisements.1. -.....----. ,
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of which. \ flBAI & CO. .
er portrait" General Washington, Notice of Insolvency -.
.A\M :'-Y
The Difference.Ap : : it will be recollected by our readerS; :waIILlerited" > .! ,,'(". f:!I, A MrUJI] STATE or FLORIDA, .'lL j l' ", :'t

cha g paper *aji:-"' InMiKouri, .' in.the early I days of the VaV 11..,' ,- '; Heroando Count}, ) .... : /11 '
JI ((0)W) < \hr' I '
.ttitoelosdlewhon6uida! .with] from the! family seat of the late Joni Augustine t \ .; .t.,
oCt.. J' 1r l@ C r ;; ,,.' ."
oat license,:la..fined from to twenty,* i Washngtun: F.aq't by Major Al- THE MOST PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL- I \TTUnREAP,, William D.II bba-arJ.d iJain '":. .7::.,

fir. dollars. .Th_* man mho preaches tbegxxpel wood, of the Michigan United States voluntcer I I trator on the Eetate'of CV J.-MeMinn ';- .
late .f Urma .lo> Cuunty7: and Mate Florfda. ..' t
of -
without j I lidenaa oo $u'dajV fined >, was re ed gJ't4a Iasthtpu h .
n ;
MUSICAL INSTRUMENt d ;eueJ has tie! l h.s in.it'' t'" j previous to thi "0.:

not leis than fin hundred dollar and sent the .ruonals pr dJp."r !tr,1It.+ f date, in the. }':.,I J..I'.. .'.ut t for oalj ""III1'Y iarei \
.' I : .ra.I;; .:.:.j f f.titi"I the Ita. ,.
tojail j ,.. Cut owner, 111. Wi1riiin,T..a--rTl: \ (11X THE II(fa I""tx.o\lf .' 'thrlef.r.! 'j ;. .l\"c6". f" ;! ;, .
.. .
JLalight error.in this. The preacher-. "naot M..jor had "captured" the picture WORLD.FOR 1tPtjte h Ucre'hv rtrojrhi' all .perms: ,,."" .. _. '
w ing claim at'sfn1\*? s/u-! ,1-j-! e..j'I .
not hot! fij ed |n:i jmpnsonedIla;; Is fined and sent it home as a trophy ; but, in the = file theam! duly Ilu.t "ulioat."l. ,'t.r. IjoL'ic.i tare lu. +t-- i

tat Zri..than fibre brii Jred dollar -!and it fortune of was)himself' captured tv THE of Mid Court, on'or .o fore. the loth day ,-f "
'I'k hi .March: UC7, when there will h
a PrvraUTpayment "
xnajb 9-Ta.UioutAnd,- rimpttMoed< } ("lot our troop, ..ud ly tfrJcflirtoot( jafteral AMERICAN HOME'CIRCLE. atuons; the several creditor of .ail* -:' .

Las than I i-o Bths-and might be six Winder, held in tolitaty cocfioemeut until lusolvtnt Eitat4 het, r

yain,oratnyotberTerivdaborifix4aontb; ., the stole i property was returned from- 1 J.t t .JP' F S 1Y.fi' G.E C RI. ... [Seal] Given Probate under Court my at band Brook-vill and S alx.>f this the t%'a:_,- .

....!St. .. L.-.l.14r, ati.; .a. i tome inU "{ a4ti! i.ti'! ( 9fe .AI.I", .. r m .w I t t-.. J 'J*(\jr x f llth Jay September.. IBM.->CtWM.M.GARRldQiJ.1 e ,J 1
'\ -,' .:- "'._ : i hri lien talc care of ly our fcKov: The SuWriU-r, late a member of llus well .

.S *LRD EDITOR.;" (a eIib.t: I -1..uw. .I.. ru. > l&uataLli.laeJ. a Judge ot 1'robat. e
t\wnl'mao, James K3 On"k1d\! \ E': 1t to I Sep. 1 S._'M._ T'fil.; nu
.bntloa'IP New York Dr. Jones told the J"L!
whom it 'wU! entruttid l>y tie giliaot!

following! .amnilog anecdote: young George Wa lvngLgiP .J"1MS, ;, e WHOLESALE- AGENCY.. J Notice1"ALL. C 4 t

"Hi*.speaker,said the editors were litcthtrihrewd / wards his lifj | he*v It+ eti Jt' 1 .) .It 1 # Y ,
gave up .
14rJ3dwlT iirlfork 1r .
men who'hare, to. )lire. with Oil CUr.Wlltre persons: having d najidi ngtirst; ne l.5-
-- !Lost cause. .. of Mr.. .'ranei> Nj ice )late of Hcrnaii- .

their ead'ap'opeD.' He related ..the Tbii picture i is pronounced to be the best It* will !he pleased receive the orders Jucounty. Jaewedwilt ",reaeut them wiiK. 1
vf hi friends any the public, n.ll'.I ptfi ll to out urlnJ and all! ><
'_ y ; pers<.o indebted to aij Ei- I
tery of aore4itor! who started!a' paper.iD a likeness .. .::'ji:5:
: of the father of his Country extant /tear from thc e,vho ha\'e.o librrsJI)' Lv..tow- tate are re|lu te
new tillage\ .in. the West. Th, town was and, additionally! Interesting from the eJ their patronage on the finn horerofore. lie to the utilrrib'iie.J.'. .ill I.t'f1.I1t.'rl!, andeniitUl persons- t- \'t.(; .
infested to distribution, art borel-v I.Ollti..d \ .
with gamblers whose'presence was fact of Us having; been. in :his possession at v ill supply these superior IiutrumcnU to tbe TIIEAMERICAN I that their claim, will he Varreil at the eitiratioiioftwoyar .:3f-l"y;. .

m lourca, ( 'nOj&Dcejo the citizens, who the time of Lis death. trade fri.tls; this date, ul.lna rlbt; t"-" I 54

told the editor thaw if he.did not com&out 1 ORGAN. *. ted *'ithm. that tiueWn. I
i .
We have no doubt but ) nt'tbta Butler R SICK, aJlu'r. '. .

gainst them they would) not patrouizo his! junior, was perfectly conscientious, iu "con Wholesale' and' Rrtail at nIt nrr Lowest Sdrtdh,1BGr4- .... '21-Sx! .
2 f r' Male Loin attrnctue refines and elevates .::..J
Prices. I
paper.He replied that he would ..fI .
give fi ating" this relic, ts it was at ona time '
Ma.la with the I .u1.tt..t Iron Him and the minds of all, beautiful appearance I .
them Hmasher' nett'day. Bare enough > j
i w ; the p'operty of the greatest "rrbol"', That and effects.SIBEBI.IOTT.. Notice. .

his next Ufue/conlaieed ; the.. promisedsmasher. every lived in history.-Richmond )Whly: Frame ext'"n(rA,t others in oneolid in tlurability plate}) They superiority 4 -, : ,I I.Lr.
: On,the,.following morning theredoubtable .-.-. of tone, and cle- I \ 'PERSONS hams demands flC i"H 'tit* .; : .. :
1 editor with scis i )3rs-4n- D L\ Estate of S!ster.hen rt. Alexander late t
Morgans CavalryWe rseceoE rlillll'l'cu.t ;5M l Broadway}; \. V. Hernando Co.. Wd,: willpfeA.t them, dulraiithentiiated Clr''I I i

xis$eated'Ia:hts-sanctum cutting out saw6atku are glad to learn J that Gen. Basil --W' ante.c .x without JolaV; aIoJ ull Persons A I i r

walked Urge man with a club>> Duke it writing:: "IJi j1ory.r\for l\n'. Cn WHOLESALE AGpT, indebted to said Estate are rei 'teJ lo stake .I .. I
r ... I
ia hit hand; and demanded to knotty if the -airy." Xu one can*vi- !to t't So dell r-: AS",d'(sa. i'j\l. tlties.1'T '1" t.1!,".ldharetorerstrung; t. te1IIu. The immense popularity of these Ol'Jtallt t creditor immediate and.rtf'llf'o payment"! to entitled the undersigned to distribution;. all \ :

editor win.in. 'No sir1 i ,' was the reply, 'he The lrotber-i--rt'w'jrndtru! friend c.i |''gi vn;1c*>'}u connca'An 'witfc the patent iron and their .l'ul"rior} Mn expiration t
M Hepped out; take.a seat and ;rtad the : Morgan he was tie companion sf that rim and \&Vi
ptpers; be will return.in *.minute.' Down brine soldies.through alt hNvventful. .r.tmp.itgns St'ttt Jc::oe T(>>"*. The Cji.'. are elocaut iu trumeiit to l long d...ired in AMERICANHOMES. l'Ol.nmlJSIt.ALEX.\: 4'I; I

&at the i indignant man of cards, crossed his and next to his cbhsf,iras the'uo l'r'lrll': !( anti ...1'11) any safer h"nJt 'lWirrmtcJ"to t And although! the cot prices is but r>ro"k viIIeS 'l'tl'm"er] 8. 20-8w. i (" : "

left pith his club bel.feD.and common distiuguishedactor in_ L u m. Ant] -wh c.. | : : rmr' t.ltsfartorr: : or the n trifle over the M"Iudeun, J.et the musical advantagts Notico- : .' : I .. t.
beat.ty of tone and gujckuess o. *
-.iiig.a pa P'0' r. !. the ,meantime the Morgan fell be succeeded to his commam! 31un'V, rftarnrd.I !. touch: and ncUoa are AO fir superior, that they. MONTHS after date r.fthe+# pren.nt [ ': ;;. :

edtttx rtmoosed down lain and No therefore know 'ih fjivtSAi! I llr.aU-1 1.I ,t.'on bud the cal will apply to the Hon. Ju.lt* vf ('rul-at., of ..:_.'" I f
<1ujLeJ, : ; one can, AUosuxr. > iuMLEKIA are fast "up
tl th*landing below he met another excited! real meaning of those campaigns so \vrll'as: OTT, is now aliuutt txcluj jr vly fur lite Administration' on on the Estate of' \VilI.ni N .,; ;"', .

man with a cudgel i in his hand; who a.t- he. Nor could any ono tell them bcllrr .la lin'. 581 Urua.lw.iy] X. Y. \niuidJlateort'lIiJ'ADALIXE"County." WlllTFIELD! *" ,' ::...t,. 'f
ed iClif i1ru is. ''Yes, sir/.was tire for not only is be a gentleman of great a-' .. AditiiiUJtratnx.! 4 ; ,
FlIILli AM> HREMDHT J me Ii eCii 'Ii
prompt '.v.,1nf'Yoa: will!.find,*, him v sealed. g* bilityand thoroughly ,educated, but he 5"i TiliE ((1.l>.t'lLh"he.118o 3.) is! adapted any Mtiiio: i from the gajctes t '., ..... f\
: 11.1":2 Ttspe :..r,. '4ft. tiller brave truthful honorable andimri'ieiai- T' and most lively to the heavy tone of the Notice. ; :' '.<..'P
( ; ... .. .\.urerV iJterarr C. tnpanioiand Sterli"c ;,
) .
otl iterias' t&. roemub a furious oath, Uis book will be a truthful history. .of I the Old HomeJoirniiL Church Onrm.: And almo wniA rt>alty theyprefeiedtc SIX arm TII after .hlf. I will aj;'j-ly to tile ,.. '6 1
i the riiiio, l l'y p ii>"u' who !have w. JI I (:nrri+..n,.Jitd;:e "f"l'r..b.'ein "I- ,
tlammemerwbieh Dc+d m i otaaL'.ault upon the for; rom 'v e t then. \ .& a" ,.tin;; lea, Lalf! aud ugly ta .. .j ;
wasresisled with'eqnal ferocity brilliant achievements hir'&ifeuicg sod ;IY..f 1 1. = ,SJl.j'.T. II dCO mall of nient and di! .Lnrbe ft ma adiuiuirtraliott: on: .
hind; ; o amount room the estate of Jamey
Doa ll"n
l late
or said .
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Th. }fifhtvas 'continued ;until tie J had diers.-.Wtc York New. ;,. 40 and 43 Fayetteville MM Raleigh? X. 0 I :VtJ f..r descriptive; circuare yitiny full ty dov'd. 111A.,-. ;- ":-.r.J:,: .' J

both iJtd':1L.'COot..oC the; stairs,'and .. .. The Field! any Fir. i.le.iv'!"irftitly\! piiutnl v I J"zrrrJtA' un
'other"to their heart's con GBXERAL WUKEIXR.-TWs 'g('( I iJlnt. beautiful xlhit i pajHiri-; "at.uta.iiu: l( wjtK! Kxeni: esr"'.icit-s secured to,, Dealer, andd'VounU Tampa. Ausr! .,1S! 66- 1.Cw. "t '. ,";,;; .
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pouliat1i; .. .' .. is writiuc. n -history of the X war.io* /' ": far as i iis it eljht Itt I large pagt-of'('.,..:tuli'ltrtMlroiulo* :; )1'wrly all tnrg f to. thj li'DJc"&l.J T.'Alltrl. SOTIfI[: OF1.I SOUInr.: .. N; i

.. 1 5 connected with the" oper'ntjonofmand. hi4t.! 'to '" n-'a rorp::-:"'.. ':d.tC'ul.C; : d het au :. A.Ur all '. t I 't /. State of FL...' t.. 1 ":.;. j
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I. 'L..n'1"1'.1.1. : lleru. ; ; ;ft : 1
itdt !
This will embrne -:- V'l l. > County, f
i- .A- IutoetAxJ (, &.CAB*.-Tbe following ;, ;;KVet ; .1 : : .. 'W j l'

+ the Montgomeryvmittr 'Ad of the hi-torr of ;!le Army of T. T. J '" .' j, !'i ,. I ;.r. :.1 H>,: \i.3r.t -. th<* 12""; 5*1 Broadway, X. Y. > ;. In Probate Co.rrt-.rt C7 J6r,, S"pt."ltr, .;; .' ..
.'piragrspbatiy: 0 1" .. .. ., ,.'. ]IR\I\ <.T :lath, 2t. lsca. ,
:' I ,.isJa litteral extract from a letter ftD.lllw oprhlioti of Dra 7 j, J..<. .T. '.n'-! '. .. ;' -. ,' '', .' ; .. ,r'..a 41'1' to fa.r, : Metropolitan Enterprise.: ,1.i1h.ri'ai Elj.-lm Hill Fherriff and Ex.ofllcio .'_",'it1. I t

f recently! ,tec 4.red by a 'limb;of the,law1jo lil''Y1oV<\ (teaflk'r f "' W 'J.t ut.t' .1 l C' t '.1 ..'r'I''I': ., "I't., ,. i "..4""rt on the Estate of Jani,. C. Tl.5tf|I'4''''. I
of' vAlu&blcr t coDlnb'dtion to WrTar literatand .P t : : ti ,'fl.U. lf!:: ,II.J't. GREAT T1 GIFT SLEor late of Aid county, de,,'J. las this Jay tiled : : "
that ure AuJ in the ;
City '' or Iml.\IoIlIJ. Probate Court t.f
: ui.1! county. a written .; :'
t It attempts to describe! a point of law will: meet an extensive sae! It contain rash week a very carefully centfiled tar "utlt'lioo, of In ilvuicy of sail }Estate: ; there. '-'':'i!:V .. .
... .* .KP \ : reeordof'Attieriean'and Foreign I/terur\_ Eon K AND PROVIDEXCB '
which the authors suit andoooeerningwhich -- 1
.1 on hinged, r Notice F i. 't
A in New Art, Theatrical and Miii>ical New nereby given"to: all peroti bav- '
lawyer Hampshire ,
be wished advice and young Jewcl1 r Association. claim* acaiii:: said l de.v.v-! >!
i is tit shunt the It *tAte to fit 1i
Politicallyit a* crave :
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assistance. who had never yet had a case in court, has no 'political cnu- toujdiold-none to condemn Capital . .. . .... \ I.OO'OrM. the ,aiuo, duly! authenticated\' IfN' t>tjiiudconrt '' t;
was inrtto\leJrfef! : an oration on the oc -but it i i. devoted to the intercit of the' Dep t. 191? Itrutdtrar: 167. when, on there or14/.;re U><. .M'.b slay of !lIArd.. f.f.i"f
cAne'of tntndonivi I will b .
There butbee'n a cot- ; common t...unttand as sreh seeks to MrenijthVri"The"Ue4 t ? a i'rhnda payment '!
('''; G W. .,1.. JiJi.a. o. ot.oe.. bliJ aa., "song the teviral ircdttura sii'I Ih, '
Cfaflsttta here; I In which, I. am intercs.t of good fooling tclwcen'JiiTircnt: .I {IMMHX-E( STOCK.f Tianoli.JeWrlrv. -. Wafci..' Erfaa "hCQ.t V. '
It was! a fine ,9pporlunly( ) pf establishing sections andSkeUhe states. nnd Fancy G'r.1t; ) all to be soft I
.4, and! the Jadb from the other countrWnti for CM :J"OU.AU iath.,: W I1.flUt re "ird to Oin under rev )band!, and Seal I r
:. his lIe did himself Its Iomnnq s, toiiesA'rlilei. .;nvelcttrs. 'I" } [L s.] of the I _
repuution. not IV Late j'uurt .. l'
.. '. '. at lirurk.ti .
.tb Jvjxniu aaiiUimut( on the affida: prepare *. riitltMw, Rev''u *, Urns:ra1'h'e<. I'o \r.!Ill', : 1 I i L- pa; ;.l fu. LiB!! \ou M-e whatiua 1.'" t t.:, ', f
,- fei t Qe} b,n) 'mi idea that that was! on .ms Witti.. ...luTra"el.... Ahentiu.s.. l J.a: ,..' N", h" -' .J' !Jy I'f .\U g I1.t.
claim 'wbcnr 1. ': 1
other that r
viU The partien! de., dt'_, aie ,parecid.rtatainsaidin.truetitr tE1tTIFlI; ..\1' h&rntt: ra'-h Artic:". any
cases are.tiki; n'from one county to another lawyer like, and that a lawyer must be able iu n degree rarely attained in ptriodmd litern, IU xn'uo.! are ; laci'.l itip.-tti.--i m .'!'optt Ion.. V.Oet. /. r.\t.J .... ': I 'I f J\

t' to peak any number of houts in !stile cf tUN. w. '.!m.Xi'i i and tbw is a fence on the I5ne\! and rheretbpiutiei .. .. .. C l ,
Itrilling In ,, cor.lATice with tln nari. (Of t'i<. r>.it'r; nprelsl : t bv Mal4.: 1111lIl.lr* on r. 'ip Of ";, lac. ; .1 t -4AMty ,
e o< ueuceAt et."a.Dvlict" --
ale not of,age, that the ,father > ] a iuou ; ,, .t'1'arttn> i i. devote' to the Fair, 'cutsttetot3l.kvetfnr: ?.; tluij'y for Si I : -' fb 5"l (if'ft : .
in the' He stood out upon the platform! ,'and atnjil l \"hl'Hill.Are given artie!.., Dints nnd wet:-.' sivtt'-li\t fi rIll l : a-d: one hundred for 11 S. lufalrtnf 1 tr't
next ,
of theboysliVing towp tin : .. t1!., '. .
the of M"? tionoon theprseticaltuanaseiuctctotIIset-uin( r:1'i : ; .ta!- \mi will\ .j ante's: f J .
hating".: .bUier connections, shod may alioswear rro'ollnd.Ufn'iln. ht'lItt'l1I. commenced the Garden, the 1 Orchard l and tbe Kitchen.C5T"rhi' I uha you /I"' <""'': ::I.!Lrt_ e.l not! !'u '.' i iI it 1 i. al ; .1Id.1&n o n..I'i.h.'i'' .
as follows : Fellow ciliz:ns : Five I I jour "[>tion t- "-"Y'.UIl' >!oiiran.l! take; the arI In Probate I r ''i r
he is father of other and ?111 the Canllt C(>7rtCli"
I ::,1..: that boys; only li'.rftn-I''' 'er liel-. Pur.Jha.oer "'(f'rt, S"t"d"
I s.r nvt. thus 3t.
; obtain
and forty tbi brMj l-tnit! that has f.IH'.A 8 The\ FitM: an.l1-'it..j I riuy a; ... A. I64. I
that the mother is alsoii ring, and one and years ego ?, byyonrenterprise 'I'olII + | Gold Watch, D.a-nou.l: IJinir" 1'iano, >cuini
1 f ide. HIM J. notable IIK-I. .A lliI.!
was port JluJ jarcel' >f tl.e r Mki-hine. or allY aet.r Jewelry on lIur l.t.: for Whereas : SheriTand ExfS b :' '
the and therefore the injancjcomplut of literary CnlerpiiSeiJ i (tnftbe Smith, back I' in nit<&k'.n ,
tame person jl : and rocaw ciia they gU le*..than OuVlar' the Estate of John Me .
howling wilderness. Hi: p nM for 'n thro'i& i tt* -iit're 1I"tlr'TIL FrclJnndIrei.l Neil late of I
i a mtntii.. I told them Ji $ worth,'as there at)a '.0 Ll..ais. aid eOIlIllJ..t'.I, !ha thin day 1
: ttORI t14s I"': (1.f fitly mectuful mt.! It ..ttaad1v rilJ, in the gsail
i would !let them know in two wek, 1 a piuweut*. Y\'", ,H'1! .,.e,. ior-twelve: earjl )hoi lu.tUed trl -ersoti inukc xmttejt "u J; tiuut'f-tlie
} country ; every } eai tilt of" It
Jay ImolTMHV r tilt
. ram fig bot !l-y one word -Tir I am quite sure ti c : ;at...I.-| : '\! ou. Through:. tinAutiJ crisis it. erlGl.q 1 our.ctititivitte in the grculist tale o therefore i

; JOB can satisfy me. Say,yes and I'll -UDA' we.now dUiiJ,.vtna> i>+tl 6.J'p: ....i c >-tcliowliog ,',--.- '. Ti'rough war .J do vl.&tion Ur. Jducliy ever kuv \\u. \o'.-'\'ic lwret. ri.mtaltperxmshacinR -:
,'t j-:..,'I! iliolj undaunted mien wJ "*nit on' herd 2.-5c.: for certificate claim* acainit ..id Wj'd'ftUtd. to rile ,, 4"', "
dan'"lHL wihb ."' a which will inform the .
rtwse Again: he paiiM'J.Crjes : .- -.J itttilt'tnoycauntrard: :\lIIe. duly 4t1lh lIttc,, j
.1 jui'.b
H t'wl.h.Ltor J
The laitydto.wbom the above YOU what you can obtain fur fl. At the in this orHee; of .ai subrpUeduillthinlu young as originally, thai [ of "goof :.> on."J] Hero ws'the and upward to.JII)'. -atne time et our eir
ti was "'rub1 tol foe 1 it W and |>iiiti beaaufu) Uevotf3eomparisonbuthas 't"i'(1ItYm'l : .7
is (
law hardly
'of the necessaryto! .
;: l the theory repeat .*:. AlJrt. J.U1F.-5 Ht'TCIliytON'd am \su the scirralcot'to-: : cf--' In'*'mea'I f._
Co.Iu .
become with One one Ver. *. 5..00 : Eatrt.. t
disgusted that tbii : copy : >
;;., : life. bridge, feUow-ciiizen! *, only Five eopjrn, once year... _. . .. .,. .::!olOt"'ell /'" 123t.1. 119Troalsay; :\. Y.I .
t' the practice and retired, to prime '" five and forty years ago, \lias' part and t<'l'leJl. _. .. . . . .- '\,...' C'v'! M' d<'r n r !ha-.', std Seal of Jr

(>; 1, .. IF ,. I Chancery. [L. "-1) th.rt.ivttebirrt: at firookTilItI: f 411\
; I '" parcel of the bowling wilderne! ; ar.d 1"ill In view ( the severe financial: crisis i now thUitih. if August 1M. \ :i
"&o fnr SorKDiso. Sidney E. Morse, of i I.r..niliot in the J southern t.1t"1< we will rc.erite Circuit; Court Souifirrn Jn-Hnal Circuit \
f, I New York,has just patented curious philosophical conclude by raying, that Til be d-*1 :i ."loi\'rit.N; frou any tf ihi.,. e states. TJ s /7)rt./.i-MoHrtf and Dade ('iunti't.'nill cf I tt'v.,M. (iof .o' : I ,

which is called ba- iCl"tlo.n'l"iih u''' and uf'Ar.fjjro all or three uiuuihi.nTfcctirn'1 I 0 .. JIIJS Pro'flt.! i
'rument/ a .lr.rL. parcel llaaaxL1T K'-uCL\l'cn, l I <::1. r..1".; 24 "' \ .
nu -
i- i thometer. You thrown overboard with itco. f"t. j'- >>" FOR I.E+ rmx A ,TIJIC: >.- : for Divorce i iCiU i t.i t.-

r .. its appendages! into the ocean where we e __ 1.ulxril-r.iv 'nl:)the,. . .. . .* !..iflS \, F. KNO; LArCIT.. ] Notice Insolvency.! "" : ; i
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.as: -I ter is miles deep. It, goes down fete ;Rr pirl cf 18, a rrfe;eo from Alatoms .. .. .. . .... .10..'.. '. aprenrini I.ylle return of i I i ',\TElW Etoair. ) c- I I t ,;
: as soon ni it touches the bottom : h'.. beea fir t ,- three mantle.. . 1.23 IT .the 'It'ritr' : Htrnando Cou"1'i) "1'la \
botand iil'p.rn .utl.l
t kept ,w0,1: n 1m( ., .. .. j! in this ease. ; ,< 'j t t"t
the Ii 5 (irt. and : 1'rGl.r..t" Cmnt-at f
it tarns end come buck' to. s nfaceTau :- by atlidaiit. that the lefen.lant re-.i.l..+ ; C1&4m'r'. &l'tf'oAM" I I
:.->: j it"up and ,tb. trop depth J "of lU .Tears tn a ktnte uf bUvervin' Cbio, .3 T't !Iv "f'h..n..1 tln.ll'irrci idi 5 is sent !by mail to aI! of the j.tris'lirtion l of thi. Court nml out vf out the i' s w":1. /I. l 1 t t' '

pick it struck ILe tottuni, i i.' wm Mr. TIor: \1f.utLltt.: c" ui1r"e.l} : :,. *-," -M't... (.ft th.. Faired States 1'ritish rrovjnc:* State: r'f Florida: and in the UciUtl State*- ,, "Tllt''A. Anderson Jfayn admirittra'or .. ; d. ,
water where -! f". :.* ,tric' done in .tron It i ia therefore ... : o' !II J '
m. rftii ftp urap- >> ordered on motion of I Homer tatof Ja*. A.lUet.. lute of ... .tr '
al! tbe wool 1 dO An .1.
on tlieaeal4'ofUiebaromlerjnft' as you the wLm! ;. ,l--.t this : y.r'v' : .h.. u t"'t j'urctnality an J JUliiiK patel. H I'1artz E" <]1', oieitor! : for rhe cotnrUInant :: Comiir, ,1t'f"t'MC'91. haying prev on-lv" to this ':; 1 f 1.)
see the degree of heat on the scale of tie family of ten, wiibout pay, 10"P! : i in' S& :ij>*'iiorders remittance, nn.l AU ashen that the! sat.\ harlc... F.: Kru-bU-i-h: : : J.. ; :: Jute f 1>1 illlh..I'r"l.tct Coutt'o/tftid ronptr. 1 I i t
eutuouaicoljan"( smut l addrrf,e,i toVM. ; a- .1 an.m'(>1 ;h! .- "warfairuoU-.il: I'Jfote 'J't" written, sn-flre4tfon of luiulvener '
I thermometer. A cellar forbidden to >e on or .cf"aid E.- \ ,
{: fteqnentlvU. '
ththir1! Mo-j.liu 01 November Ute "-refers "' I
ne t. ;
\ 1. U SMITIr J CO.. \ or other : ,
I .'..ten,.any on one occasion, when begot i wise the said l.ilfnill! W taken fr l'<'lif..J, I Notice Uherel'V! civen to all havric \--J II' :. I el
into t 4.t. 42: Faj cite ;T4ih..! X. c. It i i. ordere.1 I i clulrni peNOn' I s
A letter was ieeently<< dropped a po awaybadly whipped.; I further that a "01'" of this (lr..l altanstrai'ld.!.oe"1. to file the taIllPJel"| .
as I .l-v I Le |l.u1,1i-I..l'lnt.O week (.'r t"li i authenticated, in the office
ot 5ce addressed follows : ...e.. (' space: of : of( aid Conrt f\Q or ; t r
the in .
Notice. four mot mr Mcvfiuper printed and Wfiireth :'Jlth Jay of Iareh,1:>C7, wheu ,\1''. i
flit!. It is !
ji ... cffiuinlly annODnc *il that, the tost I'ubh-l.cd: m tl.i"circuit.Pi:1'LIt: \ ] will le .1 Prorata i r 1 1ete'litura '
patrnent the
-- MOXTIlu rda>. I shall! > pat among leers)
O1X rn my .
; ATa % } : 'r.r50E oCJaI.1 i 1 IniTuIvent ; '
of the reception of President Jubnion i in 'O vouch.. .. AJnunL-tr CL,rk. H-tate. f,
: nveount and i :\ '
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11 "t i lIaJUchUkUi ( ,- Xew York city was $20C43. The 1 Del ;, of tie Estate of \Vnu I). O'.N'eil. der a). t" "tiuJI. I :lcy tiG.t; July] 56, V<. I (; \'on under! niy hand sal Seal ,
; [t. aj] ot t the Probate "Court :
i I -\u uat4.'GO at Brook
good d.a1.or stud ly one of th;* i Garri..on.JnJ.t. of Probate Hernando Co.e 1S 4a I ;,
Aft.r nuke ont tlu t it in monk dinner- was served i At) an t!>, {> niof W final .cttruieut] and ask to l-e di+..hargcd I. % dill this 2 Uu day of .tu,.u.s. r
to wse
'clerks! managed ( :ll,000....The I bill! was raid. r-y one bun. Irma fartlur rrhniuintation; of mi.l Fot.le.HAKKIET L..SUI\ I Pfl 1 1 1 sac.
\nJmr 3ias, ,
for."A'Uudcrhill, ; 1 l: WI. 3f. fhl"I." ( .
: .ceded : I P. LOC ;IIART, ,,,,.,'*. ,
k t drel findforlr Two I.
private citbens. J'J.te
vf l'n
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?setts. 7.-- ." "fl ,f: ,.4.-'; -" I *..t. .. ; ,- ,- '. lroo1.siIIt.. Fwpt. fth, "I.. 2 A e'a". OUJJALE IIEJE.: O t. 6 ti!! ii. $'liIt!1m. ;-

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