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The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1867
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
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System ID: UF00079921:00266
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cni. ataribO'ltulu: ':. uGtt i. :, ',; A -'"CL1RKE'd : :'1 I t-.Newspaperreaders -are.-familliar witbhefrequect' -r--, this Senator- Wade bears! testimony- : } Taking '"T.*. -... -.' /.-A Steamboat--- .- ;.,Stoiy.. .............-. .- :jt.i:".f;r.;,;..):;":';. ._ 0It 111

J t i'jj aTe'jnst'RecciVtd;; 'dlrtci'fom:: :"cw" Tor!.\i iI (I summersaults'! on political quiltonsof'tho $+- then;the character of the speaker into A funny' scene transpired .
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; :' PTBUSHXD rvtET SATTBDAT nrr ill I -a-Oejreral Assortment; farming n tomrI lete-j enYork'Herald. 1'bfr.I : consideration,we const believe that the majority : on board, the _
(. ?"" ..* ; : 'aud new hue become'so 'rommon that its utterance of the Southern 'pbopU-tho sense ateamerSt.Jamea'on. her luttrip down.;- '. -: ( i' 'i'

tfLJT:;, jo"'J"TitpENCEFt.0TEB1 ).- **- -tr .-vjfj j. A- ii---i -'-- --- U 1 1J ; 'STOCK: .OF: GOODSin have aled.to.he! .regarded in any other and sinew of that section-are desirous of The St James, be U known, is'ta favorite # :'Mi v.i
-. _i light! tbana< j jukes Now and tbe-n. however 4S. c l
"f- OP SUBSCRIPTION ; v j ; ? peace and concord and encourage no wild boat with" wedding parties, on' account of '
.- ,Jt\.r. "/ & 1'.i. ,, '.J ._s., _, 6 3.oo onll8t III g put 0 t thefollowin .!articlcdtl 1 1 ;, !it. ccntains.s-omething that i is really dreams of insurrection. If there be- Any her superior accommodations and the '. .,{{t ; **:
ode 'eo'a-ft 'mVDtL s;; : :, .1.50: I ; eide'circulited! eral elegance which !
'It't.34"f iti .r f T.' .".'J ,I''U, "II / ', I n } : Metropolitan journal Ueauregnrd is calculated to lead them to "distinguishes ber. At /

': Olil t'J : i : V, Cll.:' .-,' :. .. 1 a as' I' Cft1it" : :' ; and such is the character of the foLlowing better thoughts But all. the 'duties of Aberdeen, a 'young man, dressed in bis .,

/. . editorial which we clip .from that and, good fellowship do not devolve Sandals lest and in
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-p h t)?' ADVERTISING": t: 'r .i.idife t I I peace showing all bis more ::
CRATES j '' '.i ; -Ginghams,; ? : t paper. Wp may as well as say that if i iU upon the South' tilor.e.The people of the! menU that this the ,
(\W:e(tY'b teileixni4'orlese: ) lor I '- Merinos MnilinVfte' ti.1 ncAVrvEGAUD i is correctly reported was happiest day of
North have their share The ,
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ffim if1aeJ'doa.' t' t I. perform. '
''' +:n 1.41 a $ 5a I : .t'" his life camti's6oaid .'
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.i he misrepresents the4'fighting of theSouth' leading by the band
L men South bat suffered .
infinitely
JForitaaknbeeghentarlatrtioo.: J ;T.;o1b! y' .l'f\M'lt., Bwiss'Vic. i mo Yand yet, \
w, U*nd LfegfU Toticea Witt Le v chaTee1 at, Nuslit.. Lawns. .' ,.." I.. ; when he declares that they prefer :'with'a courage and manlirK-ss'wotlhy the' ,, timid young woman', who had sworn tnatday t
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f .6 e $o11owraies! .. ." .I!'?, .' : .KLinen, KaYegee, .f'; consolidated government; : and that tbe descendant of heroic siren, they struggle to 'to lore> ,. honor etc., the young 'man '

Qpplieatfon L )r Dn 4 ; 'e\Ha or XelUra:. ...or., 'i.A.1mirt3: t.\ .!, -.t 1t1RblfotiatiDtQtotsaadter'alan ,?/Iri, t rd lt\ Faa doctrine\$tate rights ii, buried out ptsigbu t. fort bitter, recollections for the commonWeal. aforesaid. They were on a wedding tout ;y t
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I ;' .. '. 'scltppllmtiw.fgyDia9liasionl ) I j 1 lf 7 CT-o *,".-\"(1vet.IliTrim: ", ..Thereporters, have doubtlesa! given 'According tn their manner of think-. LO.'Cincinnati to see the Big the ,',I gh t

( : 1 : \, IdauquneepieatofC 00 ,, lings I.Shirting* -heetIOCI..t t:: to,.Gen.. BEACKEOAKD'S. remarks a wider ir.,';, they have much to forgive and forget, richol. *. Bridge ; <' '' .
+.pJatedo -, ,6 CH> V .,.,.,.: DiUinga,; -Bleacb'd J: Cubltuch-, -- for they have been sorely punished ; but on pavement, and other,objects, oin ._ : +
J. breadth ;
: Adrertiant4nt8Laml. ;;.] in,for pa1Ilcion: not-, -'... n L'\'.E"licnrv ctripP. .of meaning than ,be intended. He i .'
that oblivion shall terest. .'
promise complete /.
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; i TickiDtCbul"k.&ouh!! : l'll1iJ.{ meant.! probably that: the right of recession .
shroud the TuasL- that .
t ; Ulthd JAtiKortiJ and charged ecordir etfcitai .. kv Itns, Cassimerf, Hann: .., lioflnet They are willing 'young. iran, steeped in bliss, said : :.. +
;. bets t t t ra 'k 1'affet Iil.bunn'Lsdir! "lt-lt<. I5ntton., : aa, deducible,, from' the doctrine of State the severed country'should' be' reunited/ uLooka1le' { iifanuhave

\ t I '- j J 'I. ..f. )11[ I: Baltnoralii Hoop Skirts, Ladios and Gen rights is, "buried, out of abUt." .Saingan.J. and arVianxious to lend their aid to the Mr.Clerk:, I and 1\
1' ;;tlemairs .ndl.rvnpLiv) : ..... Collar", Hot-is.. ( and work just doubled teams for life.' I #:
: fir ;ry aCag. : great good of reconstruction (Mariar
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; :: 1rDf5t! 1 p'a : hue\. Iist",tc..lliiesS 1ot'sShora.Eliate! excepting. ; "doctrine" it 'a!* 5 j''L 1
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: : : .0' I (: '' I Why are they thwartedand, who are they blushes some'fnbre and tries to drawaway .
-- ; ate'Yantiteatsl'aderUTer & LlnhitGti true, now us it was.in 1787, when the Con '' ,
: ,. that thwart them? 'Men who would make
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-\1'IT'GHET' !i\ .' ; stitutionvai formed and it ,will tothe'.haIC clings to .
6 remain history write for the information' of all :

:; Ju"lt: : ; : ; : $sddl....:.}ialriliitt. }[alrxry Martin-..., t true ,a<>,long as the Constitution. nut the coming time that the 'North "RI I less mAgI --' determined to;take a day to ourselves-and 1; :.

: .A :. A '..L.Awa"i' : galtrGthtMirn; 1 '.". rry; '---j f: JJezi i. States exist, Kven: lla-Jical I I natiiinous; and'patriotic than the weaker go to Cincinnati. Now we want a-(be-*' i l' .' ; s
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,f' t. ",h i'A: L1rtA. ,:: ,: "J .t. can' fl'U\,1T"'r'c l'oUau'':{te'. (\-r" arebeginjng MMermen who stick to the wretched, itatio"-a o room-well, a room (with desperate C." t \,

t;. -.': *ta. .: I"-' !' i It.t ,;' ..' ;.' I ."n'> --...-D. : AR'DJ = _: _: .to squirm uD.er the ,teachings:: of childish idea that there is,no faith, truth, energy)- both !together ,. j.. .\

"JT7 7t'i'fiP.rok' .t'.tteution i : :'to'all Imsines; i 1 loe.ct' : TnU< Knirt-i", 'filos. RaSical. ,Congressmen" who I do! not hesitate or honor in men ,,},O ,have, fought against; HriJe-lnproAtbuly-'Joslerl.) : t .
s Door Apad to own their which is the armies of the United UriJ'groom-t\utIS-'fbu's( ) what I .
erttfisbSl toffcl8Vare.'" ' '. 'i'IT ; lucks Arp Trnrt' preference ( but natural'wlieo States ; men who I
Chain Ito rt>*. t'uovj*. a't'J would sink the An. ,sad we want, the best :room 'you'tegot .
rJfam ..1Thi lth66*. .i' ; : their. past and prospective doings grapJ old American idea .
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..., ; of ] and for all in on the boat. 1
r I'' l'f i sic consldeied for independence nappine ., J.
Can ,) a consolidated ;
Jcin r ll;,>IiaibnMlL I 'JFi! ; ; ,II R.n,++. Ctl. Fry I'linc. Tea'ins the annihilation c .. . .. verurtcot.-Floridian. ;
o ana -
'Maiiar
.0 I. h tir I rmi ., millions of our ly; more than, '
PO'If. T among felluw.country:nen. blushing ever, f' ; ;\ -
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I U p f&: :u I '; 'idtTEUadC, -- History.teaches ,that the present is the retired to their room, it being lateia the' I
DER iIE1lGRSON I .1
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: : : From,t 1..; New York Herald. parent of the fntme.' Th >se men can the night, wtyle':her )osier' lighting a' cigar .

11n9*.' *. ."'ift-Jt) .-L.' 'i :-.1. : I 1.. :li- < g 'VTu1 The Con fcV'iional Southern Kxnr I present Im r 'with "(!\'eri"h glanca! and thequefufotisness paced the forward cabin with tbe importance ; 1 .
ATTORNEYS AT LAWs ; iou i of a dotard] ; but they cannotconiprthend .which ever)" young; man feels when j4 ,
,J'ti Chthjg. Sieves ,Jru: *raV, Bra:i. I < !> -iifii. Ilmtirrgnrd'sIn I. "f .
'. i s cJ\ ': .'rAmp '-FLA:: !; L'oand'1', HOU& '.V;llT.ucketls Hocoi ru i I "t.. Sirccclr. the great: morrow which is La first assumes, the responsibility of? pay .; i
'". lJrg'hiw J: > ,_;' A'Jo.JI.hc'1': I .to.. ; the ing young woman's board consideration .,
surety coming They
IM1- t i ,BM n j'i I I no quaitcr! of our vast country can kept country ass .. ,

"'\f'ApraeUee! i tri:"the boulliera :f'Eastern '\ IJ: : i winter be considereda> peasant! season ?r back and injure its dearest inlerests. They for her changing ber name .
: : to I would prolong-they do prolong-the arc )osier: at length concluded to seek his l.
[ crcurvions. Een ,
*" } ?trp' i, remote cornersvf the South tic night of f Which \\e are io weary. We \Iariar. Accordingly he directed bis.. ._
.. Tampa. ,.May. CtrV'l8GC; {: 'S-Cmo., .. Iti fc r., : unnny nowland
EAR 1 Hmw ARE" &C I!i ice ore to be: m Tvith \'hil/} the condition cannot prosper! ( without the sunlight of a footsteps towards his Male room. Softly ..

v".r.1 w.' '\turn:... ., .. .A* A..' ALLF.X. Plate t. I of the railroads and highways in Dixie restored country. The fanatics who would be-tapped at the door-softly tapping.,! at.. ,_,
;-Tea.-.Drpakfa" < tinner !;:
&'Coffee ) C1ta Cap'Tea *: together with the absence of of fairilrnJc: 'destinies! of the nation in tin s that state room 'door -but no response \
: 't"TJTT'1f! ,&:i.'A. T'L'E'T ; set Bus I platters* Pitchers many : ''''' \'
from .
.UrJ.Lc1. l the hour of make our hearts sick within fell bis 1
'; }' ; dc Glse+rrre-Tgtdep, GuLhlrtti; cUJuorts'wbicb 'r makes: !, travelling mOle expectancy upon listening earThen -
'.",. ...'1.-' ... .., ... '. L ... .", "; U1 .Syrup PUeliern. M.t tclaf! \t. J: endurable eNewhere, arc not calculated! to t with dfcffercd hope Union means peace,. he gave louder tap and applying ,/,-.. ..

L.:, r' 'ttDmtt)5"et.&ow ', KeroVene'Xmp*.. t invite a tour for mere plea ure. Pleasure happiness, prosperity and brotherhood.Tho'e .- his lips to the key bole, whispered shrilly, t 11

'11.'" .. ." 1"" ,:,' ," .. \ .' GROOEllES.JM' )however, is the ostensible 'motive which who hinder the'e results are. the 'Mariar, open the door to your'"Josier."

;.: "1"i: AID'So1C1toT :- : ._ ,' has induced Senator Wado. and his Gon- enemies of Union." Let them stand aside Still no reply. He turned the handle, and I

i fa vn. .Equi\ >;JM' ,-C'I' e*<>. FiW IeolllatfPt'Paii! :\ pr<;ssional brethren to undertake South .. ..... the" door belay unlocked it opened .audit,. !
t'J' ':JTo.\ ': !son. Almond; Pt' an Candy Soda, '. I6ur and'w'' heir'of them i .MARRIAGEABLE He advanced! one foot inside, a' look
t "Fi. er ; 'pendin ADVICE TO: Gir.ts.- gave
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u oi.J .'1. : :: Af9} A, ;..- 'A ': .i Pickles, Mnnard Pper.Spice-t pleasant evenings at Magnolia, win-re they PuncRt octet i Bonk contains the following of bewilderment and ,, aben ruling back: .
';{U ILSCIV :,prrnpattisnsioatoi1: :tnain- Tea. Coffee, 8u'Ir; >ap. Candies the f whatever h into the cabin in,. n state of frenzy be
were recipients c> ) -pnalit: from the of"a single woman of1 r J f
i" ;\. .U te. lepupt4'it .tLria ct ., ', ,.L1ches, Saking tLChewin'Tobitrc ; y pen screamed 'Stop the boat
r ,' ::4I'e \ ; that impoverUhttd country can' offer andjigafn'at I the world ;* If a man wipes his feet on sbo's gone !1- .
". .:..+. "ntcm""r:Ie' 1806.,'-1; -. .' I : :.,':::1 ltq, .. ,. &. ?,, New Orleans. They had bee n the doormat before corning into the loom,, i overboard; may be Captain !lOb, Mr. -:1 ,
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-K f r b s e ri'e Oil i G'lerk! w.here
? ; met Canton the mavta my Mariar lias she
nflJ .t1 VXdTICE' previously at on llisZissip- you sure he will make a good domestic
." Also-PerfumeryiCo'rMic Comb, f pi, and Ttrnne J >ieo railroad; by {rCO. P. T.Ueauregard husband.: If tnari, iu snuffing{ the drowned herself ? Why didn't I get two
T Offer.JQr jMrice< iP/nw 4lt' with other I Krashes! Pen, Papr, link, and ,. President of thu New Oileans candle! snufT-i them rooms ? 'Ob, dear, tell the pilot to stop 1\1
out you be
... JL Coua ygtLptaecutj! >n ordcfenoeof(.'ivI!I }Arid!\!s other, a-ijces.! I may fur her Give buck .
toe
and Jackson : mrariar
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railroad! where "
'J Oatft, in SintLern; Judicial Qpfpit ofF i ']laying they likened he will make tupJ; l band. If a'an .
1a, and in Criminal case, either alba* "JT witli'| j jiiVl ofiied at'as'lotr our tock wo :Ire j!i (ok"'speech fr.om'that gentleman! whichi i puts hi::* f+handkerchief on his knees \vlile'.' I5y this time Captain Oakes, backed by

>r6st Gbb' !.'::i! f .;a: :, 'I-::?' .! ,"Ie f i -I\ prepared to sell rl'4; 2\'J' ,t>od* i mast' have causedthem as much surpriseai taking; l bis"tea, you may be sure he will l be his' clerks I:(';nier and Ross, and reinforced ,
be boiijht tbe
SAil.. CL C>IAFir'Tatepa can: place. Our Tetawj! > tho courtesy which the Southern In by the passengers goner.ally, here on '. ,:
rterloien ku-baod.
\"fa ISGl1..7' ;, lS1lf..: Tare a prudent! the same -\fa:, al!_ ,
: .Ptdm-a. G'i'and the
.. CASHor-Country .. S where eittnJed to them in. spot
t '! !n' ..., ,' a man nat'smislrustthe man ,,110till not tats *
j. SiC for' Y<>itrlccl, a*, rs- old! SUr.d! .l.fnrr.l' |: nor un ipc} <;Cciily frank and coidial. It i the last piece of toast, or Sally Linn, buprefers 'What the deuce i is the matter !i' asked: k ,g

: I I3.'r.'rOR r.of' \\ a"Ii; _Iun, k Miloh I Streets't ]: f ft>rtnnl''.'' for the Interests of the for the the Captain t "
ri..JfNL Y country waiting next Wang patch.
: 1rJ air, ,,: : Tasni. 'a. Fa.: \-\"?.1O.."O.1f." !! Aortlran'i; :South', on the eve cf this a's'tmlditgrec II ii not unlikely he will! make A greedyselfih ; ,I I 'Oh, Captain !' said the distracted bridegroom 1 1 r

';' I t b,iucuf: 'i that the rigors of this hu>b-ui.-l 1. with whom will el.joJ r ;tc.if ing up and down the cabin, 1 l "

1.1112 'it..,,tK r' Ir1 Y&1.'A'T&i i4.' I 'Ir.1wpt ., .'T Tt I OiTt.; ; FIUPILE,: tu.,:ttutcpt fcvasou: havo not dct'trrvd UICKCCongressional no 'brown'! at dinner, no crnstat you tea, no ,I she.wa*. always a limit g-il-afraid of gcUliiig. -- rj, i '
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.. .u :BROOKS7ILLE'" FLA.' I 11..11 just rcceivei. LArgc.and\jonfid\+ SloeMLL&AVJNTI1 : i excursionists (rom makingthis peace whatever .at home. Tho man, my i, overboard married-cone crazy and jumped i t

fr tour They'stt out under! .: a Mrongconviction dears) who l'I: M ;goloshes, and ii i cartful. '9-whvdiuu't I get two rooms ; {. r
: 'WTiU'rractJceiiLtlw.Soutiiera: and Extern 'that fierce desire! to renew' the Oh dear.: ,-
.. ;. "" al-out :wrapping: himself! up well beforevcnluringinto ,
i&a.l{ CiW'U.''I '' late terrible cor.t'.icl burned in Southern the night air, r.otunfrequent- He then pointed .to the state-room in ;
: June2sr&'G6: ; 1y' bojomsthat there' are but few "U DionI which he had expected to find bis'Mariar. i
: 1,1' tt 'uG .: ly makes a good 1 invalid husband, that .,
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';'..U" 1" .,uJ '. TadYM.Mt7 :: .. Ifrn ID1 I men" pc.utered thinly throughout that mostly I stops at home, and is easily comforted 'Why, h'lI empty' said tbe Captain. 1

!.,..,A ". ,MI..I.OST i liJJj It\>W nJ !! entire section, against whom every steiu with slope The man who watches 'Yes,' said Jo*ier, tearing his ]hair, 'and f

; .. 3 Hof persecution! was devised and directed} by the kettle, and prevents it boiling: over, dont you see the outdoors open She
!& t.I'J"i' r. :: v V 1td "'To wliicii'he invitM 1 the attention oft'-fiti. the majority ihe people!.under the Cur d- will not fail, my dears in his married state went crazy I tell ye, and jumped over \
; ; f aw 'w W' <.AwadtnQ zepi : Cntltr '. :once' ot those! chiefs who so recently le'r'the d 1 boar .,' Then filling
,' oapfa.'mu'tM'-STirroiiiuiii! : } in exercising i the same care in always keep upon tbe Captain's ;:.
u, j & 10" r i i idliner* liinitlf' tLat he funks. ai> c"ox' armed hosts of the extinct Gonft-d: neck, bo screeched : .
'' :+- ing the pot t.?.i1ing. The man whodocn'ttake 'Oh, give me back my '
"' n J 'le.tiQn. and can evil .as heap for CcuA, ; 'tbi'htapt'tlt. I .
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e to (battle and that those chief .1#
't. i .. cy are prpared e- tea. ill-tregts tho cat, takes cnutT and Mariar !'. i-\ ... I

Itl eln" .... ..... :::1 ills S.toek. consists o'' 1 rherisli to this>o wicked leAd: them and malicious once more. fo stands with his back: t to the fire, is a brute At this moment stateroom door ad. .' ;.. '' '
delusion! whom I would advice dears joining ,1
not you, my to t opened, and there was a
.. TAMPA, FLA. ;. STAPLEnnv millions of copies; of newspapers are Bail consideration either f fc'f rorlo'e glimpse
'n'1 1 :1 ; marry; upon any of.snotfry night-cap, while a low, sweet M
ru; t yd.rromp'UTj} tef all bushel. s'enb distributed and read! by the population : l or money ; but most decidedly] not for voice said : I
tyrdrtM2 to hi s are:. GOOD, (MIOCERP.IES. the.Northern and Western .States engendu'ring'a ; lave Hut the man who, whin the tea is 'Jo iertyonCreaool what

{2S"&nignnrenU. respectfully. *oli jt t.lg3' ( ; HAKDWAJIE.CP.O.CKEIIV. ? i' Laired: and spirit of vei.jetice over, is di+covered to have: 1 bad noneis, sotto e wont at that rate for ?; Have you tearing been '.f ',:I
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W.\HF.; I/QQTS& to find a vent in and cut .- his deserves' being rewarded with the best osier '" .

7jf" c''JP 1a, t d". iW. I HATS 'OAP RKAOV-MADE CLO. .i iTllINTr lesa persecutions of a ruii.td: helpless and wives and the best of mother-in-iaw. My delight, gave and a put yell himself of astonishment inside of that and -1 ;t''
: PREMIUM
FIRST: PLOWS, Wisrepresvnied people., Atsuch n juncture dears when ..r : \
meet with such
: ... .. you a man, do
.1 ..-&'I. cu" 1SUOQ1IS.; : PAINTED PAILS,, CJenvral Beau regards: speech at Ganti'u : your utmost'to! marry !him. In tho rave stateroom door in a twinkling. lIe had : 'f .; .

.rr'j: .i.o"; JI"1! .. ,.. .. I;t. ,#.f' WOOD \viLo WAKE is mo opportune and important Standing 1 et winter be would not mind going to bed made a mistake,, of the number of bisstateroom j.i ,
1 PLAIXJAPAXXKD I Oj-on ground still moist! with fraternal first." that' all. Mariar hadn't I

."' ha'nideT ra'tA..tbi. + mflt'bo.t of 'inforJrima ST.\: J PEE A'PLAXISUED -, Wood, he tells the national' legislators, that ....,.. ... gone ,1 :
Ut X&at he bat opoaeil custAar crazy, and abe badn't
/ publie I > 11X- jumped overboardhe .- : .
the South has thrown behind her forever .
A.; Suur,,. at IL KrauwV Black ,,'
Qfls There is truth than Cindr.aili '
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".m th Shop," Attmakipg And're.rairinr. dUDe. 'WAI R ESCOOKrSG.. doctrines; aod principles for which she poetry t ;'" ,""' ..
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td iider.. I. ', ilie; so long and 89 'obstinately. He remark of Sut Lovingood, (cotton (actor ----w .-... a. -. g' '.. 1
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+. ;eau+. a JOIIqIIiASTxtti) ; STOVES, SCHOOL .j them that he expresses the sentiments and commission;; merchant,) 'When speak General :' .
iuriwlhh" to hire a: coil of IOOKS. ing of the iucren' of Deauregard: in a late letter, remarks '. : ',. ;
: ( WI7eeltight. STATIONERY: of die lighting n of the South when I hetars e cotton culture in ,
..b7. aClef'llt.m the&hop.Trmp ,. .&.PEUFU.MEUY, that ho TOTS a consolidated govern- India : 'Them fellers i is got us on tho cotton : 'When surrendered wilutheCon- '; 1

net40.. '2a f m. PAINT? ,AN',D', lent, that the doctrine of State right is question. lessen' we kin git a branch of federate forces" at GreensboroNorth 1 Carolina ;"' ',J iL

'0'1 L s.t c.. lirie-1 l cut of sight and that the fre >Jmenl. buro started in tbar sec : I buried the / ,
r blavery can hatchet' sot:'to be un- ,

iL i ERi*%I i*:;: vESSDROD( << ,,. Horticultural: l an J.A jricuUural Sofds, nver be established! even'if the power. toil shun.of the acne'nn'the Hits all our salvation! alibis" star o buried again, except in defeace of the f oun 'l., '

Patent .M&drcenfs, ,. and ,.clioico, > so ezitted. General Itentiregard is in- ; gulp way to oho ke i '. "', t
erSA DDLER ,LQtof, Furniture i c ab"e)! of practising a petty deceit, andwHt i 'enj off: an' spile: their competition!' try aud constitutional Government.' \! i\ ., ',J, ,C' ; ,

Spcrtimrn are rcqnrstul to tiaaine hii he a.ys'.ma b. relied or/. lietnoeoser is 1 -4. '- .... : .. -'tI

H ay\t'1 t :tllaiter:'fJP A ((1; ttrficticilltttrn'Itoo ,fiat stack of Rifle and,Shot buns, '. immeu
;C DatgesarnthisltnsRath"J1 ro\\drr, LIP ,, ie.: anrias good ft momhiiece| for those, who t missionary in Medina these peaches fit for a hog to eat !" "Try ;'
who !had
Ltbei. in.! d1i ''i ih. ')" 'ar9} hod. 'j 1 'etr Dal..ra will find: it ta their adrr.ntagc t o' rotainittlhialeaJetyhtp. as.any man from become a them and see," said, the apple-woman. .\ ,t .
bal't'd too tits 3lattree+cti aA ht'\ll' or'ehta, r 16 einmia 'rafd(K-kbgre punting ,else the Potomac to' the Rio CJrando. We mixed up in land speculations.: On \\L
.r tae iE ran 4i'doao-eirex>toaa.: ,lki t w f iinJ yrhcro, lvei11., &IHor Ci'/i.tut' tholoweot mar. knonihat his speech made a mv+t favor.i entering tho pulpit! ,recently 'he .. .. 'h"
4 RI 41l'laa &to Dry.aar. oa .U.f\4 writa aide oftada lerice.!. Quk-k SaW,an.tVraall ProfitThe l-leinpieMon uj> aatho to whom he addr4s announced A. Ward is an anagram!"We ay so : i '
o .!q't y'f D. "..,.1of Frnie bLhemt ,market I'nee.Vaid for all ki\J!''o( to his congregation at the opening .
with contradict ,
( lit Dud tb'it the echo of his i of dl'Jna"rVJC fearlessly and defy him to it ; '
Mora Country 'rodtico': "Snr:0 that: the text .
is .UEIt1tMlt'WIIsS 1t : salt See. 4 3 j" i P| st w}>rbcru\ arose in tbtir"mioJs f eins el- found\] in! St. Paul's epistle to tho would Minot bo I for since lx I > bas been af ibeKgytian Hall ',, .
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: The President's Veto. j FIve ITKMS FOR SUIISEK'S: SCKAP Boo; Josh Billings on Prayer. for tie year 1867 ready for distribution.
: : e.tT 114 i NINSOUIt andaball distribute the aame by the first
-The the 'From friends and from thingsat
The President sent to tie Senate on outrages perpetrated upon poor: too many da;of February 1867, and that the taxes
last mrtsAgecoatainicg: his ob. ignorant, unsuspecting by some of loose cods, good Lord deliver as.
M> Monday ,* : negroes for said year shall be assessed by the 15th
wife who doo't love and from ,
TAMPA jections the bill presented to him cone their "wbite -brethren" in Tallaba*** From a us, d* of April next ensnicg, sod that all tax
children-who don't look like'II& good Lord
< = 4 'SATURDAY.'January 90WK. 1S67. ferriogsnffraga on the negroes !In the Dis- would cost the same man his bead, in Boi. deliver us.From pryirs who shall pay the t&Xn.doe. by them,

The U ton. We make in the from snskesio cf my portion thereof by the first day of
trict of Columbia. message quite a respectful and earnei snake grail,
Mar next ensuing, shall be allowed a credit
leagtby. AOeorgiacotemporaythe Con appeal to the proper authorities to interi i our boots, from torchlight procession deliver., so the amount so paid of tea per centum,

tlilutionaliit, gives and abstract .of it, yeas for the protection of the oegrot' .and from new rum, good Lord folks snl the amounts received by the reepee- .. .
Erem
4P packpeddlenfrom young ..ti'. Tax Collectors shall be forthwith ."
which we subjoin : among as from the assaults and robberta. id love, from old aunt without money, p-iid
of the
r w dr : I The message opens with a history of elec that are being nightly practiced upon them and kolera morbis, good Lord deliver us. ,coining irto Treasury in this section Slats contained provided shall that be \

.. dI M. OAUnIo-,:Esy., hour Agent at lions in the District -Colombia on tsubject in this city ; and we beg to call special! From wealth witbout Charity from construed, requiring the taxes for 1867 ;,

; ,. .Brooksrille.Fla. and.Is authorized to reeel of franchise. He shows that floe p. to ,this subject, the immediate attention praise without sense, from pedigrees.woro, ::0 be paid before the time now fixed by*
money subscriptions arid advertising. aDd evinced a unanimous expression of the pop and from all poor relations, good Lord deliver -
t iRceipt for the same: >* ulsr will against the admission of the tgrotOthe of the god-father, general! to ,the nation1 ns.f sw. '.1See.

privilege of franchise. It is i "ward"-tie GREAT NEOR PBILJIT-Mr.' from> ) newspaper' sens.II., ./.v".._. pins r1, .WA'V.J' 3. Beitfwtker "'aelld..Thal any .s

. .0- AVe most remind those, who 'a, r e proven that the District had the same right Senator SUMSKR. lie can get' the tetti- aint physic,'from females that faint, aa( Tax Collector op other officer of this State,. .
:. having public money in his, bands, who. T
to its disapproval of the measure re who flatter good Lord deli
advertise' express moray of respectable witnesses to the from men shall
eye purchase
Comptroller's Warrants, or .
that State Territory has. No such ,
.tngotethat every :; .D any of the popular voice would bar following recent occurroces in Tallaha ns. Treasurer's Certificates issued to defray the

; -3 ; e; .priat\og news-paper, require cash, aDd expression disregarded elsewhere.. Congress ei rs see : From gals who chaw gum and wet expenses of the Government with the money
'I
't.' :ir. mutt insist Upon those owing us,to set: in supposing the Constitution to grant tln. A negro ran, hurriedly into a.ltore' to dirty pelticoaU,and Gum men who do collected for taxes or coming to the .1)
lore babies Lord deliver us. bands of such
good TsxColIecUr other officer
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or
: tie op..:. Quito a umber ,persons abroad.I limited authority:over the.District; on tbe have a hundred dollar bill clanged for hi From virtue without tragraocefrom bt iD payment of licenses or fines ,shall
the letter and of the Con- ,
'. are been notified vof tbeambunt.of. ther! contrary spirit The that smells from nigger m>elings be deemed
dilution the for the employer. clerk was out, but amass ter camp guilty of malfeasaace ia office .
rewire same justice
(indebtedness, and 1t:'.hope, these gen!)e District. for any State in the -Union. dressed in the uniform of a U. 8.,:soldie from cat that are courting good aod shall be indicted therefor by the Grand !

,:,& **.win elicit prompt aDd .SC ST.PODIIL \ Maryland.and Virginia did not cede this sitting at the fire, obligingly 'offered" 10 Lord deliver us. Jury of the county where such officer re.
1 :: From other folk's secrets, sod foe oar sides, and oo conviction sbsll be fined iaa

,, ; :-0 ..-- portion of but their rather territory that the for Capitol experiment of sal A make the change. He said he,would "llep| own, from Mormon's, and M guo\ aDd .sum equal to twice the amount of the
purposes out and get it." The think be Women's Committees good Lord M'vet Warrants or Certificates i and
: 'f.Xeaii'ttrO years will -intervene before great country should be, as far as possibl negro so purchased,
s .:t. ., ,,te next,Presidential election ; aDd within exempt from unnecessary burdens: If tli e' "stepped" a considerable distance, M be us. al! Tax Collectors or other officers chargedby

.&haLWM, ,raighly .e-nptres hare risen ai d power of Congress is unlimited in the prem.ises. has not yet returned with'the change. From politicians who pray ad from law with the collection or receipt of the "

hate fallen., Within that"time a great any,form of despotism might be tri jBeancUl'conTutsjon, will follow the down and instead of taxes, licenses or fines, shall at any time
at Washington, being an and all widows lord; da :
*' .. 11- Ballot our paper currency, end many other attractive place to the people of neighbor. boasting how much money "his cotton grass good when they offer to pay the same into the .....

f .. >_. eectinsy occur that will materially mod log.or distant communities it would be" crap" had just brought him. A man dressed liver" us.THETBCTH. Treasury be requited to take and subscribe :
h .
'j' :' ', V t1fypolitlal prospects. Bat the principl.of I come hateful to all but the officeseeker.The in the uniform of a U. S. soldier said :: so oath, which any judicial officer of the ..;
.: will wit! President by facts and figurea -Let's AT LAST.-There* said t< State is hereby authorized to administer j
/ i' 4 tbs Constitutional Democracy proves see ill"! He saw it-seized it-boul

f ,y r'; ... ., ttstid the shock and rise to role our rest-, that the negro population would have a. faced" and "retreated in dooble-quick"neJ I be a very large Northern elemnl in the act that speculated they have not ia since the obligations the passage of of this the .
yr political advantage in the Distri .j
'.. :1 ;'4ed land.--Banner of Liberty. grave without' corresponding claims as educated gro hard: after him and pursuing him so population of Savannah. Bosm men are ShUt with the money received by them aa t1(

men or tax payers. In a brief period the closely when nearing a crowd that soldier esj ecially numerous. They ire treated : such Tax Collector or other officer, directly J
CER1IrIOATn.-The: freedmen the lead ii 1 or indirectly, acd that the funds offered !
"' TA.X.p MARRIAGE wandering of Maryland and Viie ? well, and are rapidly taking
4ib' ( ) dropped the spoils made hiifcscsjve
t Commissioner of Internal lUvent ginia would Sock to the District, in order good merchandise and 'irobering. to be paid into the Treasury are the funds
Deputy would and ended the negroe's pursuit. planting paid into their hands by the "
to vote. Then eventua respective tax
secure a
j: 4ua decided .that a marriage certificate, i ia. : This last interest will become irapoi- ;
Item 3rd. very of'their counties
the monstrous problem ,of negroes ruling Soldier (?lJ sells his overcoat payers : provided, that "
t. :" "Jl.4g3 :' .sued by the town clerk in compliance with while men, and black non-tax payers lau :. to negro for $8. Negro, elated with uth tant source of wealth to fcorgia. flat nothing in this section contained shall be \

.{,., the stitntelaw, and for public as well ; l ing the whites, who share the burdens ; good bargain bo made his
on
; goes way Collectors of this StaLe \
:' private and used not only! as s the government but are, refused rvpreseitation. n" Sotton Journal. from receiving ia
purposes i
.: .; : joiceiog.. On the suburbs of the city payment of'taxes at their fact value the

"" ,'.,y marriage license bat, also for .town and The writings of Mr. Madison, Mr. Adams lie is overtaken by two other soldiers (I) How is it about Nortb/n men being Warrants-and Certificates issued by the

; "',,{ SLate recordr does not require a slam P and other fathers of the Republic, are "armed and equipped as the law directs." unsafe in the South I A ">ntb ago this Comptroller and.Treasure under sppropristions y ..

{ <, i.,!'7: wben issued by the clerk; but the certil fi. quoted. to support the views advanced. Negro is told that overcoat did not belong same, Journal was zeal'aly laboring to duly made 1 by the General Assem t

"cate of the clergyman or magistrate who Massachusetts allows negroes ,to ( convince the whole wort that it would be bly.'SEC. ,
suldier J
the to ((1)) who sold it-that be was liable 4. Be
further :
but
or shout d their solid vote is but a drop in < Northern enacted That it \.
the death r a mao
performs marriage literally courting
$ ceremony bucket and constantly decreasing. Not DI to action for "receiving stolen goods" shall be the duty of every employer for

". .base aJire cent stamp. in the District. Thousands r.nt'groes cot that wuuld subject him to fine and imprisonment to go to this same Savinah-that in so salary, hire 01 part of proceeds of crops of JI'

gregate there, most of them redujt-d t ttqualid ? for six months. Darkey looked doing they would taketheir lives in their persons !liable. to pay a poll or capitation J;f<

Fortress Monroe correspondent sajrthat poveity. In Massachusetts, quali.! of ate hands,living in perpeul danger of brutality lax io this State, to make return to the ."

: : :. : lir. Davis is highly gratified at the Gcations of intelligence and property ai bayonets-thought gloomy prison walls and d tb. But the elee Tax Collector aDd Assessor, under oath, of l
in the District there is l. -and "surrendered" the coat. outrage the names of their employees
required ; no or laborers
qua
arrest of John A. Surratt. lie h is '
f $ sees ions being over, suJ shameful lies will and
ification. Des-essarJ beyond a year's yes i Item 4th'Exactly like item 3, except any employer failing or refuting so to ,
way to a full proof of his innocence, it i ia ,}eoce. The President justly regards su cb that in this case it,was a'"blowse," which no longer pay, and terefore the truth i is do hall himself be liable for the taxes of -if

r S asserted, through Surratt's testimony ; aDd, indiscriminate legislation as be beginning after it was sold to a soldier allowed fo appear.-Concord Patriot. such emp'oyee, and farther may be proceeded .
enD if the captured fugitive should make of an arbitrary attempt to force a lisagre negro by a (!) ... against as for a misdeu:ealor, and ': -
able measure upon Suits ; the parties fore a, was "forcibly abducted" from him by another PRECOCIOUS.i urchin leading a on conviction shall be fined not more than
the Davis that it is rutnoid r .
charges against
is .. ing receiving no special injury ; the partiesorced soldier 0)?). small dog along tl streets some days ago, five hundred or less than twenty dollars at
be will the latter himself full y
expresses ( irremediably damaged. the discretion of the jury.
Item 5th. Negro near our office, on Sat- was accosted by rgen man as follows: .
able to disprove them. Unless some uneipeeled The President argues that the rights SEC.: 5. Be it further enacted That the t
turn of events occurs, growing poF suffrage can only be respectable when Je elf! nrday night offered to sell his watch to 'Well, my so, what is your dog's Tax Assessor and Collector be and be U '

'. usly guarded and bestowed. If mad three men dressed in U. S. uniform. One name I''naint hereby authorized to serve
upon any employer -
out of the Surra trial Davis doc
sibly be vehicle of partisan designs, it ceases tobe o f the men, in an extremely kind and cor- got an name yet. land owner, merchant, or other person t
not expect that his case will come. up b e- the conservator of and employing labor notice in
libe-ty ,a the
merge lial tone a.-leJ ; "what time is it 'Well, why Ju't yon name him Give nature
I fore next Spring; into the worst of despotism. by your of a writ of garnishment io the following
$?50; watch I" Darkey, too proud of aim some. goo name. Call him Andy form wit P-.
T --+ aIt -. -- The Executive, Legislative and Judiciay an to-. : .
, -- 1 PCD tic DEBT.-The statement of the Departments were intended to act 8S c opportunity to exhibit his watch,"hauled i itout. Johnson' STATE or FLORIDA, l .

Public Debt due on the let of January :heck upon each other. It blrpt'tIbow, ." Captured: .-"IJulIerized.,' instants t'I Jon't likeo do that-1 would be du County of-- J /

1867 was issued on the 4th insl. ever branch, that the all power i U being!This sought by one jeously by soldier (1)J who "retrealed"as i if respectful l to te President.' To A. B :

: The debt bearing coin interest 11 400,- ranch,is apt Legislative.to accuse the Executive aggre&sivi of ro he-"corporal of the guard" were after 'Well, thei name him Beast Butler.' You are hereby notified that C. D.,s pe .!

! 490,741. 80; bearing currency interest t't'f' tyranny to conceal its own nssumptioi him. Ne-gro knocked down by second sot.. 'I wont ddhat, neither for that wouldbe SOD in io your employ for, (or the returned by *oas / '

; '- 1 : 1832,376,440 matured debt not present mce despotism.whether there Il makes be one very de little pot or Jiffy oDe dirt (1)I) while the third proceeded to make disrespecul- to..the. .dog.-Spirit. indebted'your to employ the Slate of present Florida year io ,)tb i / I

i : for payment, 116,018,989\ 31 ; debt bearing hundred and seventy. The result is iffy. an investigation! ,into the condition of his The PhiUelpbia Age sum of dollars for capitation or po!; !
compares Generaj
t no interesl$425,673i334; 32. The! fatal. pockets. Negro, recovering from the "en I tax, and io the sum of dollars fc r
duller to a'comraon felon. Great beav. poll tax of this /
amount of coin in the Treasury is $87,841,. The President cites from Mr. Jutlio gagement utters imprecations unpronoun- county. Now, tberefon ,..
ens what an the uncommon ones be you are hereby required to answer'and +
i .,: s 567, 75 ; currency in the' Treasury, $3: 3,, tore story >>and fortify other these distinguished. comment ceable upon what he called 'dese tollers ... : turu to me, under oath, the amount due n o / is
to
; ; Vf 895, 765 04. > President concludes povilions.Th thus : 'I yieK what pretends to be lich friends to us col- Duringthe year 1807, says the N. y. i expected to be due from you to said em .;
The total of debt less ored folks.: Banner o Liberty, the Greenback currency i ployee and are further A/
I;, amount cash in i to no one in attachment to that rule o( yon required :o re .'
Treasury, U $2,543,172, 6Yon'ti. general; suflTrago; which dUlinguUlies our Martial ;Jaw' would be 'still-and forever will sJdenly become as worthless aihe I lain in your possession! : a sufficient portio /
: cootJtntal currency, or the French AS if the wages or salary doe from
policy as a nation ; but tla-re is a limit 'Supremo in Florida' if these you t- /
CJI. --- wt.ely observed, hitherto, which makes tiniallot the outragesupon signs r the Confederate scriptand from said employee, if any there be, or whicl/ ,
poor ignorant could be
IMPORTANT })ECI810 .-The opinion o f M privilege<< and a trust, and whicl negro tea .imihicauses.rOTAX. nay become due to him, to pay the sal
..0 requires some class a suitable time for ced: to citizens of this Slat*. We appeal tin o --- --- ax, end to make payment of floe tame: U
the Uistrict'Coart of in the -
t Appeals
case probation and preparation. To give i it, Mr. SUUSER to know if there i is any 'mil me when you are indebted a sufficien!
of Tucker vs. Watson, McOill fc Co.. and liscriroinntely, to cla.M COLLECTORS amount to said
a new wholly: un tary necessity' which justifies these acts employee to pay said ta:
the same TS. Brodnax t. Lyon, is of no lit Tepnred by previous habits and (opportuni fben committed by or any portion thereof..
men
the
tie importance to Southern debtors again ties to perform the tru:t which it d< Js''Wrmof United wearing uni- COMPTROLLERS' OFFICE (Signed) E. pn
Slates
the. claim I of Northern creditors.: T be"t" degrade: it, and, finally, to destroy iti soldiers !-Talla* TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 17lh, I860 } Tax Assessor and Collector 1
.. power, for, it may be safely assumed, thai h< see Sentinel. J Jrhe or' S\
. point established by the Jecilion' thai no political truth i is better e tftbli"hed than .. ... i undersigned, Comptroller, calls ibetntion Every employer! upon whom each nolle

during tho war between the United States,1r that' such indiscriminate and all-embraci rag Southern Land nud Immlffrntion of Tax Assessors! and Collectonothe or garnishment shall be served, shall obey .
all interest in the indebtedness of either Act which he requirements of the
4\ extension of popular suffrage must end, atlut Company aPpeanbelow, and e a- same in all respect
not being recoverable as it We to the third section and answer under oath to the samesod .;. I
s party, accumulated in its destruction. see from our exchanges that a company cially of floe Act. failure refusal on

cannot be legally claimed now It will be seen that Mr. Johnson stands } was lately organized at Tallahassei, / JOHN BEARD, Compt'r. be personally or liable so to and do their, he or she shall: .'

that the'war is over. As the indebtedness firm and unabashed. TLis message is, per. with the above title. The Sentinel "'aysWe : the amount of such tax, and property the above for t.

Southern to Northern parties is known i bapl, the most important yet produced byhim learn that the amount of stock nee't J' ACT TO AMEND AS ACT TO XXTIXD THE notice may with like effect be served df "

to bare been very considerable at the commencement not only on !account of its broad pbisopby canary for the organization of this Comps. TIME loa COLIEOTISO TAXES IN THIS i on Collector any person whom the Tax Assessor aol t
of hostilities the STATE. APPROVED, ECE1Df.R.13tn: 1881 shall/have reason to believe is
:t' effect of this { and of ny was promptly subscribed and or
splendid analysis will be
Urpubliinism among: AND FOB OTHER PCRFOHES.SECTIOJC indebted to any delinquent:
{ decision will be to wipe out a very las ge but in the light &f a solemn pro.test the Directors chosen were the following 1 1. Rt itriwetrd by tAt Senqtt of poll or capitation tax,and any tai.parer amou&l I

7 debt-Petertbvrg.Erprtn.I of the Executive and Judiciary against Messrs. P. H. Drokaw, DoIIitg Bilker lAd louse of Jtfpreientative of tAe State pray to the'Tax Assessor and Collector Do. I
.
the audacious encroachments of the Leg- i James T Magbee} E, I>. Dowse, Wm. I.Jo/ Florida in General Assembly nnvened, dr and by virtue ot such notice or garishmeut -
I The Richmond Enquirer the 21st says: That the act entitled shall be good a y
a credit
; 'alive' department. Turner and J. T. Bernard. It is an act to amend an against
-The upright J: action of the SupremeCourt contemplated floe amount that
be
act to extend tb3 time for may due
increase collecting u salary or
to the taxes
capital stuck of th
bas the wages in
iupired : with or other
in this
country newk" I, Company from time to time, as b Stateapproved Dec. 13th, 1881, be any. manner, to each dsoqqenL -
of may
hope a speedy tranquUI izstioo. Therevolutionary RADICAL PROGRAMME. Washington 'necessary, and we understand the Board I and is hereby repealed ; and that the act '

: :' '.. proceedings of Congress are of the Louisville Directors are even now wib entitled an act to extend the time for col SEC. 6Be further enatted. That the
respondent Courier negotiating
of -"'' : promised a check which has been littlecounted
several Tax
lecting taxes in this State Collector
and approved Dec in this State
capitalists experienced business mn be and
oh. The writes
territorializing scheme : 12, 18 9i be and the is ;: they are hereby
same required
outside the State for this hereby revived to make settle.
a --:: k cannot bo so contrived as to pass the judicial "I have the of purpose.Wh and shall with
of authority a person, late a an able Directory and a large capital, we be of force from and after menu the iWury whenever the
. p ; test cpnitilntionality, and the varU General in the Federal service the passage of this act by the amounts received by them
for General
,' laws which ft" staling prophecy! snocess in this new enlerpise, 'Assembly shall reach fire
oas to deprive States
may hundred 1
essay and its
,:)' of their rights win be pronounced, na11.f .- that it is their intention to divide the I which we hope will insure not only bud- provided, that the approval by the Governor : amount of dollars taxes unless of io cases when the 1

We think the people of the Sonth oug fit ; South into fury departments, and govern i iiL some dividends to the stockholders, but of the Comptroller for shall givenotice hundred dollars any county is not five
the same not leas than or when it
for the contribute to prosperity o f oar such twenty U i
manifestly
to quiet"assertion of their by The
1.. arrange military rue. precise manner days in two or more IpracticabU.
loved South. newspspen
,'.p'' f: rights: before to the whether courts,it and is lawful call upon the ;: in which it is proposed to inaugurate this .. 15'hedin West Middle? East 'and South put Paued the Senate Dee. isib! 18tSlJ.- 'I
; judges say to tax '" Florida Passed the
I do : House of
movement not know, but I have
no There Representstives
idle
are now 30,000 negoes'in Dec.
.;T without representationor wheather Congress
a Be 13tb
SEC. 2. it 1868.
.: rraion to doubt the truth of further enacted, That the Approved by the
the Governor
which excludes the statement.
We
representatives of then
I Washington. support by taxes Comptroller of Public Accounts be and he Dee. 14th. 1866. j

., -.:..-;. ten States is a lawful aatVoiity. on all we eat, drink or wear. is hereby required to have, the tax boob January 26!. 1867, 40-20d. : _
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FOIL SALE VIRTUE OF AUTUORITY VESted Improve :
BY # :
LOCAL ITEMS. in ale by law I have this day lev* ment and Swamp Land. Chancery. I

"- ied upon and'will offer for sale, in front of TilE pure hasen. of the described Circuit Court Soutltm Judicial Circuit t f
has Intern of7on
The Sul-scriber In ,
the Court House in Tampa, on the. first belonging to the Improvement / Attention aode1:!
it directed to the following band four good bone ; Fund having failed to pay the bonds given t; e
new Monday in February\ 1867, for the ; T. Giasoxs, \ : .'
advertise two mules which be will tell at reasonably. credit installments, said fand. will ... r
New Good,_A. J.. Allen. t prices or exchange for b cattle. So much of a certa stock of Cattle mark-: be offered. for sale at the State Land Land Of vs > Bill for Divorce.: '
lc .d: and branded (thus) : Crop two under- flee in Tallahassee,' :on the lit day day of Maar GIBBOXS. ')
ot of Diuolotion wit, with. ;
JJ! bone
White &!A'Jen. Also two new two gonl
March nex, at the risk of tbn purchasers unless
tits in err and under bit in the
ftoticAtoTax Collector*-Jno.. Beard, harness } purchasers will do well to cal. one split said bonds with interest and cost ot advertisement J.T T appearing by the return of the Sheriff t rr '
other, branded W A as will satisfy the on the snbpcena issued in this i
and examine the stock which will be at Mi, are paid before that day : ease.
State and Tax of Jane Alderman.So and by affidavit, that the defendant resides I Iof
County out ,
Lira, Notice-J. J. Ginnl.I' MITCHKLL'S lot for the next five days..V. Ix UtasASDo COt'NTY.TheSWofB.E.Sea29T.17,5.R.16. the jurisdiction of this Court c t
and!
out of. the
much .of the N. W. i and the W. '
:Hones Mulct, for aale-:A. W. Mann. A. MANN. : State of Florida, and in the,United States- r' 1 ;
I ... JaD. 26th, 1866. 1-w. f of S. VV. + of Sec. 19 in T.27 S.oC.R. E, 40.10 acres entered by Ephraim Blitch.' It is therefore ordered, on motion of W. O 1 e ace

Mr.D. McKAT will please our 21, as will satisfy the Sate and CountyTax Th N. Wi of N..W: i Sec. 82. T. 18, 8., IL Maloney Jr, Esq., solicitor for complainant .c t >.
accept 17, E 4ai4 acres, entered by Ephraim Blitch. that the said deft '
''than] of B. C. Burnett. Mary'Gibbons do'appear. ,
late
$r New. .Orleans. paper lID m So much of the E. $ of the N. W. The N.'E f of S. W *Se. :80, T. 18, 8, R, 17. and answei the complainants'bill 30. or before ir c y' !
a E. & entered Daniel l Edwards the first
.13
4 by of
acres
Monday of
Our of Sc. 29 in 1. April next otherwise S_.'
i t thanks are hereby tendered to Mr -v and \V| of the N. E. i The N. E J of S. E J See. 28, T. 20,S..R. 17 the said bill will be taken for confessed ,.' !' ; '
F. F. MITC ., of the firm of URCBXLL Dr. J&8. W. RAT, Dentists 29 S. ol R 22 E. containing 158 acres, 'E., 40.93 acres,entered by James A. Alexander.. It is further ordered that a of this or r

',* Co- of New Orleans, for a file of late "pespeclfullj offerbie' profess as will satisfy tbe State and Couiy Tax i. The N. E i of N. E i tfC!. 29: T. 20, S, R Jcr be published once a week /or copy the space' of F Ii
,New Orleans lli ional services to. the, citizens 5f! Eat. of M. C. Brown.So 17, E.", 40.05 acres., entered by James A. Alex three months in some-newspaper printed and .?
papera. of Ue i it to ander. published in l
Tarana. prepared perform much of R. E. T. 29 S. of Sec thiacireuiL s
all the natural teeth in the 16 Lot of and the S.E I
operations on The Si of No. 4. sec 4 J PETER CRUSOE, Clerk/' .
The 1pheoomeaon, of a bail most scientific mannner. He is also prepared Lot 3 of the S. W.$ of said Sec, containing of NE i and N E J of S. E Jsec. 6.T. SI.1: 8.,- R. A true copy.: ,;'v- <

storm wu experienced here on Monday to insert artificial work in the most imp"udItyle. ICO acres as will satisfy the Stale 17, E 185.20 acres, entered. by J A. Alexan A tteit : P. Crusoe Glerk. ,. ; ai'

I laat. Some of the hail-stones were a* lArge lie can be found at the 'Orange GroveHoiel"ond and County Tax of Itaac'B. Baker. derThe Key West,Dec., 17th *6<6. 36.1m. .'A, '
V a pigeon and they fell in great will visitladiu. at their residences So much of the N $ and the S. W $ of S. W I of S. W isee. 17. and the a E i ;
egg pro. if desired. of S. E I lee. 18, T. 21, S., R. 1'1. E, 'li.Jl Notice. R
'fusion. the S. W. ot Sec. 26 aDd 8. E't of S. E entered Samuel O..Frierson. ." .J., ..
acres, by
iS: T $T i of Seo..26 in T 28, South of Range 21 Ehe a E i of a'E i ace 81, T. 21. a R. 17 Is hereby given that the undersigned has been' -. 1
'The kitchen Dr. : : appointed the lion.
of our fellow' citizen .-t -t by Probate Court for
": b5'e.' East, 160 acres, u will satisfy the Stale E, aud ,be WTtfth. N. W J and N. W J of Monroe ',' I
BRAVCH, waa'discovered to be on fire on .... and County Tax of J. D Dexter. S. W i sea 6, ana the E|of N.'EI and N. E tate of Janiea County G.,Administratrix of tb. es ;
extinguished of and the 8. E of N. W and Clapp lateol'.aid county r
yesterday norniug, bat the fire was 07 and J 1EIsec. fl, J i
Su much ol( Lot No. 3. block deceased.* All \ V
before much harm wa done. can b. had at the "Ix>uruc EATISO N E i ilf S. W Js e. 0. T.i2, a r 17 e. 860 parsons Laving claims or demands i S
OYSTElt. SAUKJJ*,"cooked or raw, at Improvements, as will satisfy the State (4-00 acres entered by John Parsons. against said estate are hereby notified

... all boon '4 and County Tax of Henry L. Crane.So The s e i of ne. J sndneofse } ..e7: ., twelfth present the(same within two years from,, the (! Vv.. t

I Mr. A. A. AILEV ha received a apply' IL ALBURV, much of Lot 1 block. 49, G.n Mapas and the w | of n w J sec. 8, T 22, s r 17 .., same will day forever o D4Cemberr.A.afterward be D 1806, or the .
+ barred. '
of New Good, which be it Belling cheap. Proprietor. will satisfy the Stale. and County Tax o, 160 95-00 acres, entered by John I'araonL'The" MARY B. CLAI'P'Adm'r'x. l" 1 c.4# I
Dec, 10/68 IV if.ROOKS half of s e i and a w i of* e J see: 83 jf
We invite attention to his admtiietneotin f
4 L D. Townsend
U. G PLAJITX
T 17, s r 16 e., 120 27-00) acre, entered by I Atl'y.NOTICE.. a
thi weeks issue. So much of the W } ol the S E. :} of William jr. t.,," fa
li
Currl' f
LET
The SteameCatJs. McKAY TO Soc. 22, and the W.| of tie i of sec 27 The n n e qr see 18 T t1, a r .19 *., I ;

T.-S of : 21 E. 100 acres, as will satisfy 40 acres, entered by Jackson L. Anders. that
lange : hereby given nnderdgned'will
arrived here the 22nd from Key West The half of n'e T 23 19 .: I # ,
on IN TIlE Mrs n qr sec. 23, s r make
the State and l County 1'of application, at the next .
regular term,
where the ha been undergoing repairs. Eliza Whidden. 79 2800 acres, entered b; Catharine A. 1'. thereof, to the Hon. the Probate Court in and a. )
been informed that the will be *ehllan. for Mou J
Weihaf '
,WASHINGTON HOUSE. the Rid Jacket roe for-an order to sell .
this One Sloop boat known as The n half of nwgrsee.25T23sr19e.: the Real Estate ofyJames 'i ,
in the cattle trade between port of said
kept and Havana. We are under many oblL to satisfy, the State and Cuuuty :Tax of( 79 80-00 acres, entered by Catharine A. P. co.. deceased for the paytnentofpdebts and to t {r

.4pply, to John Gomez. Esxelman. make more equal'distribution. .. f

cations to her gentlemanly commander for In. ANN 1L ROBAI TS. Lot 3 block 84, General Map. The w half of n w qr and w half of. w qr, MARY B. CLAPP. ,
late New York papers.. sec. 24, T 23 s r 19, e., 169 52 00 acres, entered Admix of Estate of J. Clapp. _
... Tampa Jan. 12th, 1867. 4w. Lot 3, block 45, Genet! Map.. Allen Levie. Jan. 5th I
by. __ 1867. 87 4-.. I.
We are advised by risitors to thin place, Lot 4 block 17 Gen map. The S E qr. of N E qr. sec. 86, '1.24, S It 19, .:. t J.' \

from Old Tampa and Clear Water Harbor, HAVE JUST RECEIVED, per 'Schr. 'Sa Lot 2 lock 40 u E., '52 08-00 acres, entered by John McNeilL t'cfJ' '

that preparation are being made in that I rah Helen," direct from New.York, and offer Lot 1 block 19,and Improvements, per The N W qr. of N R qr. sec 34 T 24, S. R Notice. i 'i
Quite a number for sale at the old stand of KKXNEDYDARLI.XO : General 19 E., 40 acres, entered by John )feY ti11.! t '
goartertoplIntalargecrop. Map.J The N E of N Wgreee.14T24S Rill I .
for Cash oiilf, a small well assorted qr .
of intelligent, thrifty and industrious stock I, T. LESLEY, Sh'ff, ExoflToTaxAssessor IL, 39 99-00 acres. entered by L J. McLeod. Thirty days after data, I will apply to the r.- i

planter have recently made ibeir homes ofDRY 4" Collector. The N E qr of SE qr sec. 23, T 24, S R 19 I Judge of I'robate, for Monroe coun- i r'i'

there, thai securing a very valuable acauishioo 1 GOODS, E., 39 77-00 acres entered by Samuel B. Cold ty, for authority to sell a portion of the Real : : 7

to our population. With propitious : STATIONERY, CUTLERY will also sell the first in January ing.The Estate of Joseph A. C. Fontane. a minor con- -; ?,
for them band- SCHOOL BOOKS I on Monday N \T qr of S E qr.ft!. 8. T 23. S R 20 I sitting of an undivided portion of lot 4 in i. :, t
seasons,we anticipate a LINES & TWINES, FISH the following named persons for E, 40 01,00 acres, entered by James Ham jr square 2 in Key'West. I

tome return for their expenditure of labor. HOOKS CHEWING TO. '. I their capitation to the lowest bidder for The S E qr cf S E qr see. 25, T 2S R 20 .)fARY J. FONTANE adm'r. ;. i ''e

and capital. Energy and skill are only the shortest petiod of time : E, 40 11-00 aeire., entered by Morgan Mizell. De bonis non.Est of P. J. Fontana dec'd. ,
necessity to make that delightful regionone ; BA CCO.ADAMANTINE James Monroe Collura-Poll. The A' W qr of S W qr sec. 28.T 2f, 8 R 20 Key West,Jan, 2 1867. 394w. t' '
CANDLES PERFUMERY F.n 40 03-00 acres, entered by Wm. W. Williamson !
of the most agreeable places of residence IIATCII J. G, Benton-Poll. x &;

in the country. ES, dc.. JameiJ. Louia-Poll.Wra. The S E qr of S W qr, aec. 32, T 34, 8 R Notice. 'J',
de. B. Miller-Poll. 20 E; 40 acres, entered by Robert H. Parker, Six weeks! from the date of this notice, I will t.
=- Colored. The & E qr of S E qr, sec. 2, T 28, S R 22E : apply'to the lion. Judge of Probate for I 1C
HYMENIAL. of the quality and price which will pleaaeGi -. David 40 19-00\ ) acres entered. by T. U. AlbritUn1.1 Monroe County for letters of Administration .' '
Anderson. Reuben'Daker.Benjamin .
MISRIKO-At the residence orthe brides e me a call HlLLSBOROCGB COVXTT.. on the. Estate of Sarah MDlrennan'deceased. ... i

I.ther, bj ReV. C. Jordan, on the 20th HENRY pnoscvs. Grenescn Eubanks.Baldwin. Moses John Edwardi.Kobt. Coleman.. E..The 40 acres S W entered qr of N by Eqr Arthur, sec. 18 Bell T 318 R 17 _Key West. Dec'29th.HENRY 1866.!IULRE. .6"-:w;.. 1 i t 1 .

lost, ilL BBAZIUA WOODS to Mis*. Jaxa6uacttallof September 1st, '66. 19-tf. Edwards. Wm. Uandy. The E half of S W qr, .e. S3, 727 8 R 20 ;

>> this County. The undersigned respectfully infonns the Caesar Ilearo. Harry Lewis. E, and the -S E qrof N W qr sec. 4. T28, S R cLtaol i .. .5' 1
ot Tampa and surrounding country Tom Nick Daniel Robertson. 20 E, ,120 05-00 acres, enteredby Bell and : 1 .
Printer fee received. The hippy con that he has just opened Urge and well assorted Richard Tbeiving Sam. Grave .,*.: _- ; '

pie l have secured the prayert of the Pen stock of Spencer.Sam Wade, 40 Jhe acres:S entered E qr of by N E William qr sec. Bowman.9 TSO S R-'tO E., In Chancery.In ..t. :\ \

.. intulaf office (for n'choicest blessing J. T. LESLEY, Sh'ff,Ex-oro,, ITieSWqrofSEqr see. S ,.T2S'8 R 22 the SouthmaJudiciarCirtuitol Flor I \.
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bestrew their pathway through. Tax Assessor & Collector.;' E-, 40 19-00 acres, entered by James II. Has iJa.in and for the County of Hilltborouyh. \ t
to k
e life.* RYGroceries GOODS Dec 20tb 1866. ', 38 4w. ret Ix UAXATEE COLNTT.The Jons DABLISO. To Spring Term 1867, < ". \

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In Chancery Lot No. 8, sec. 10 T 34, S R 18 E. Bill,1
vac
OBITUARY. 69 25-00 acres, entered by William H Johnson, v to Mortgage. t.
"
DIXD-In Jacksonville,of Consumption, In IKlli&orouglt Circuit Circuit'Court Southern Judicial HUGH A. CORLEY Joecni: MASTXBS. J .f I

ofHorida, Register of Public Land. BILL having,: been fled in my Office in the -
on the 29lh J of Dec., J AMIS C THOMPSON HARDWARE a B. Todd, AdmV, de bohis"j A above entitled cause, aid it being made to .. .

d Tamps aged 24 years.'f non, of Micajah C. 'Brown, I Petition to. cllmmfumfi appear by Affidavit that the Defendant resides 1
deceased. V forecloee MoitTS. m Irb3 m1l
: E:: CIIOCKERY-WARE I gage.- Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Circuit of Florida to-wit in Levy County, I'i' ..
1tttD a cngrnccai Priscilla A. Brown. J er of the Probate Court of Hillsbor Fla. It is hereby, ordered that the Defendant i \

\ BOOTS AND SHOES The drfendant, Priscilla A. Drown and all ough County in the State of Florida, I will do appear, pi end, answer or demur, 'to the tj i
1
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.on. interested, will take notice of the I sell at public auction, at 10 o'clock A. M.,' before Complainants said Bill on or before the first f

I filing of the Petition,in the above stated case the Turman House in the city of Tampa Monday in April next, or the same will be ta. 'I. R,'- .
i NewGoods Heady Mado Clothing, &c. for Foreclonure Mortgage/ on LoU one, [1] on Monday the Slat day of December I860, to ken as confessed. .

Which I will sell low for Cash and four. [4] of Block sixty-eight, [68] in the the highest bidder, for cash,the following real J'rotiJrJ, that publication of this order be r. '
City Tampa, and :;*late of Florida and that Property of the estate of Simoa Turman, Sr., made in some newspaper published in this Circuit '
JOHN
; OF DRY GOODS JUST ACKSOX :
FINE LOT applictrtion will be made at the Spring Term oftb'county and State aforesaid, once a week for two months consecutive .j '
1 A revived, which I offer low for Cash orPRODUCE Tampa! N.o,., 17. 30 tIn of said Court 1867 for judgement of Foreelo. vii: ly. J. J. GIVENS ,

sure of said Mortgage. Lots 4 and fi, of Block 62, in the City of II. I.. Mrrcnm, Clerk C. C. :: .t '' {
CTRY ; the Circuit Court, Southern Judicial WHITE k ALLEN, Tampa, a* per General Map Coinpl'iit. j r" i

District of Florida, in and for Ililli- Fol'ct's for l'ttitiool.r. Lot 1, sec. r. d: N. W. i of N. ,, J see. 5 Tampa, Jan. 6th, 1867. 2m. {t.1: ,tIn
"Factory Thread loroujh County: s> The fore!Coing it a true copy of a Notice now I T. 30, It. 16, S: fe E. .
Sheeting; on file in this office. West i of N. E.}, Jk S. E. of r
} J, N. E. }, sec Chancery. r
Shirting Joseph Silvey, Attest : 1 i. T. 29. R. 19. S. & E.
Calicoes rs V J. J.OIVENS, N. ,, of N. W. In the Circuit Court, Southern Judicial '
Sktrts J sec 14. T. 29, R. 20, S E. ': '
hoop D. Lures, Francis Gerard. ) Cl'k C't N.-;.i, of>.Eo t, "I5. u Circuit of Florida, in and for Manatee ,
Oct. 13 6ft 25-Jra. s. ,. ofN. W. d c
Drew Patterns, A Bill having been filed in office in the t 13, County. '
I my ..
N. K }, oC N. w. t
} 24.a u f'
Bed Tickings, above entitled cause, and it being made to ap- In the Circuit Court, Southern Judicial Caroline E. Jernigan, 1 .IL : 'r-
Shawls> pear by affidavit now on file in this office, that Circuit of Florida, in and for lIill,. Lots 4 and 5 (the Turman House',) is the TS. 'V Bill for Divorcee ; : ,
most desirable I '
Shirt the Defendant resides beyond the limits of the residence in Tampa; well sha ro' ,
Seek Tie*. Southern Judicial Circuit of Florida It borough County ded by Mulberry and other fruit Trees, situa Aaron Jernican, ) ,. : ... "
Balmorals is hereby ordered that the defendant do appear Spring. Term, 1SCT. ted on the highest!; ground in the city, is. near A BILL HAVING BEEN FILED in my office : .,;- '" t
Marlboro Stripes plead, answerer demur to the Complainants lIon KRAI-SK the river and command. the view of a beau in the above entitled cause, and it being % ...:'f ,
Bleached A unbleached said Bill on or before the first Monday | Atltachment, tiful expanse of water extending to the southward made to appear by affidavit, that the .1 re'u I ,
Domestics, in April next or the same will be taken. con VI V Am't sworn lo?100OO. as far as the eye can reach. danlre.+ide beyond: the limits of the Southern ''.. J I'
&e., Ac, feed edL ALCCASPM LEACH, ) Bond filed for $350,00 I will also 1t'1I. at the fame time and place Judicial Circuit,towit in the county of Brevard. .. "; i.

A, A. ALLEN.Notice PrvtiJed, that publication of this order be The Defendant and all others interested are the personal property of the said Estate and in the State of Florida: It is! hereby ordered .. ; .._
:
II 2IHf mad. in some Newspsorrpnblishedl in this Circuit hereby notified of the commencement of this that of Mrs. Abijah Turman, also deceased, that the defendant da appear, and plead, answer J J Jon I 1,
.!l. taD 28' once a week for three consecutive months. Suit by Attachment, and that they are reauird late of Bald county and State aforesaid.. .-. .nr... or demur to the rum nUinants said- Bill / i I

1 I II I J. J. GIVENS, Ct'k G't C',. to appear and plead to the Declaration filed Inventories- Term. cash. or before the first Monday, in Febursrvnext 1- 1 ,("
/ j n. L, Mmnru.Complsinant.. in said cause, at the said term of our Circuit JOHN DARLING, Adm'r or the same will be taken as confewrd,
,/ Court De bonis non*, Simon Turmio: Sr. -Proevfcdthat publication of this order be made i" II k
i I I Sol'c'LJan. II. L MITCHELL.Plaintiffs Tampa Nov. 17th ISHe. 30-7w. in some newspaper published in this Circuit 1
19th 1667. :3-m. onco a week for two consecutive months. .1 .
The above sale is I
wHir k co. of Tampa Attorney. postponed until the
finn of P. W. {
; rim. ; II.McLF.OD, CI It Ct.. C't. .
n... wu duwlred on the the 21st 01 Jan, Tampa, Dec, 29th 1860. 36 3mo. 31st day of January, 1860, and is correct.. Manatee County r : j;

,i. I )1'ttuual consent Alexander A. Allen hat Notice ed so that in lieu of "Sjof N W } Sec. H. L. Mitchell Sol. for CompTt ... .'} It J +,I
aVe4 tha i interests P. W. White, and 13, T 29 R. 20 Nor ,
Notice. read.SV 4 of N. W i, S 17th 66. -2o gm v i
i old stand.
i .n7eo.Unu.business athe 1dD.VIN1S'S4TORIS
,i .W. WHITE, ALL PERSONS having demands against the Oix months after date, the undersigned AdO 13T29, R20S& E.JOHN. .J.
I. t t'P.. A. ALLEN. ate of Jo"b Griffin late or'lIillsboro' mioUtrators of the Estate of Joseph W. DAIILINO. SALE. '- ,1, '

:" i 1867. 4 ,. J'aDIW'118th. without delay; and all persons indebted to Aid vouchers to the Judge of Probateof \TT1LL BE SOLD at pub1ie'auction to' the ..
said Estate are requested to nuke,; immediate Ilillsborongh County, }Florida and ask to if highest bidder, on Monday, 2Ist January I "
I I payment to the' nnderyigned. All creditors be discharged as such Administrators according Notice 18&7 by order of the Probate Court of Folk t' % f
and persons entitled to distribution are here to law. Ts County. Fla., at the residence of S. 1'. Smith, '1 .
. by notified thsttheirelaim. will be barred at F. BRANCH, lAd' 1 Estate hereby of given W. J.to ill those indebted to tba late of said. County, deceased, the following I t i
Spencer d'eced.
; H. Robe the expiration of two from W. c.. BROW, r mra. that unless described land to-tfit: a
Carrel Eo years this date j
un. .
forward
by they rome and I p
once settle
Mea
ap their '
r lIear""hie residence i. thisboun- less exhibited within that time: January 12tb.1867. S8-6m accounts shall be up The plantation together with all its irnprovementa
in
I I llOa. JOHN placed the hands of the on which the deceased lived atthe .
to
mule. supposed JACKSON
Adair
officers
mare 'for
,...4art bay old five feet high, Tampa, Dee. 29th66. 8. proper collection. time of his death being the S half of ih ,1'N
aiDc ;is. w.
t S eight or whit a years the now.and white bun Notice. Win. S. SPENCER, Adm'r. E qr. of the N half of the S E qr. of Sally 4 ,
II'WnDe Oct. 6. 19, TZQ South of Range 22 E. containing + -
rtfcrt?B of the bead where bridle la worn NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. 25tf.. ': t

I. li la ieaUIl the right for. hoot I. valued CLARKE* HUGHES PERSONS indebted to the Estate! of: _.. .-.--- Acres ALSO. i >: It
hundred and fire THEFiRMof ALL
/. the sdm-The of oWy"ODe may bare u3 twenty; mule byI .Florida was dissolved on Crawford.late of Hillsborough County le"5)) Artc il a lory 5 is toll of .n' An interest in 53} acres, known as roit; ,f ;
deceased hereby n
JUan. of June are
tat day insL by mutual consent. requested to make
the undersigned, proving place: being the S W half of tbeS qr. u jsee
' i I i ,ming"forward.and all cost and charge. The Books of the firm are in the hands of E immediate payment to the undersigned,, and ( D.nptist 'mirsionnry in Medina f n 13:and the S E half of the tsee.
I'D'" p paving A. Clarke; and all debtors and creditors all persons having claims against said estate heroine A .
;:;at. s i ettray. are We mixe J up in land : .,14. T 29 R 24'S A E. sale.Terms .
up forward required to them, duly authenticated fpcctila
I requested to oome for immediate set are present m..le the
I *: ':;/ j.: .GIVENS, tlement. within the time prescribed by law, or they1 vora entering the pupit! recently, lie onom-n WILrJjf on jK'AdmVCLARISSA AdmV.ROBERT .' I ..
ar !
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barred.C. '
Cleri! CL Ct. E. A. CLARKE, will be forever e nj- ctJ to his '
.% S REYNOLDS Adrar- f congrpgation at tbe & 8w ,
UUGIIEA hew 01|I a }
t. JIlL 26.. ??. Tampa, June 18tb. 'li6' 9 tf. I Clear Water Jan 5tb, 1867. A 8w, of ilivinoROrvio: ?, that the text'/wo''U Dee. 22 1860.V : ,
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THE FLORIDA! PENINSULl\n.\ Wake Up'Solomon STATE: -.'l'-0\F FLORID_)._ (J1dnnnJa 'L; .$ erAtrntt\ : Ipl.ulk\ .G .:1 !'J_4 r. 'I\C\J] +I 3 H',i' f t. {>s ,

'Soi l,"wake ':op,. i"'. time to get up," EXECUTIVE ) : '.\ RTMEST. '<-- -r- ;-,- =.:.::: ....!.; .... 'i'
:
his brother lion. I>. S. Walter of ? ft if'Ibc }tv itn; t \ ')t1a
T MPAl-: shoaled young Ilarrj sluggish Governor ; Notice Insolvency. w< ;. o ; : \\1 t
Lie at. Gor."\\ W. J. Kelly .
','- ":' 'one:fine July morning,. as he began Sec'ty of State: -B F. Allen ; ;. PROBATE, COIUT, At CHIMBLM. JAMAYT' Sth." rrvlat* Court, at CJsauwars. January &AA. i I 'r 1
ATCBDAT. 20. 1SC7.' 1867. D. 1S67., 'i '
Jannnry 'Comptroller-John Beard ; A.VU, / /. 1
himself.
dressing. TreR"urer-C. II. ..\tI tilt { State ofFlorida., ) State of FJorid.v 'l .t ..... 1

"\Vhat timd d is it yawned! Solomon. Attorney Gtot'ral-Jobn Galbraith ; '. ': Hcruaudo County; ,, J ." Hernando County. )r. / : \, :

"N arli six," replied his brother Und i. RcitiAter of Public.Lands-Hugh! A. Cor ley Abraham hay Administrator, on WKeren iJary' F. AnJen. Adralnl stratrixon 1" ; s';
"
Fi '. Speaker House of R p.-J. J. \Yi Hiaui8 ; : Whereas Estate of Anna 41C. Anders, late of I state of Jackson L .AnJen, dec'd \ "
mind. Sol) we start at seven. 9 raid county.'dec'd, has this lay filed, ill.tt. e hag this day tiled in the Pn.batir Cqj. t of said ,; ;'

It's too early to get up yet, said Solomon Jt'DtT.t.urraUT71ESr. Probate Court, n written suggestion'of the Iiraolvcuey county, written suggestion, of ItwolTeaey"" of
said },,/ltat '. I
(
Dul'onf.-Chief of said Estate. "
I'll snooze till quarter to seven.. A.Jlon.H. C.Maxwell V. ) Junico' ; Therefore, notice ill hert:1>y given to all persons ::.Thttl'tor, notice, is hereby K ...e.t.. all I persons ,
'
'. ,Stonewall Jackson* So the lazy fellow turned rouud and J. :M.: IAkerJ' Associate JtuticeesotTnT.ux having cliims against: the .aid ,doctaWsYXate having claim a 'l\lDst said deceased** Estateto ".
; to tile the same, dulauthj.nieatf'tl., in file the snmee ull.f! utbe.ticat. J. in, the
4 t \ f'rbe memory of Stonewall Uaekson has W&S.lOon.. fast asleep; again. When he the office of said Court, on or before the 8th ofliee f>f said Court on vr before' the'8th lay(! I 1

{' -, ncelved! f" tributes more touching' 1 iulimpticitJ' awoke, his room looked ,very..full of sunthine. JCDICUL. CIBO.IT. day of June 7. wbeu there will boa pro- of Junf, 1S: \7, when there wilt be ...%' '> rate
Judge James Gcttta.: t several creditors of nnytneut among theseverel ereditor3{?f said
; and tban the following rain paymentarnongthe
pathos The house very'quiet too and lu iolventEstnte. k
was + I'
Solicitor H. L ) <
Mitthell .said Ihxulvent Hot Ate. .
x beautiful poem, published in the New York Administrator i And itis flirthl'lr.lt'reJ that tie Adminiv
his he muttered And it is ordered that the do
Citizen, of which Mr. Charles 0. ,Halpineia robbing eyes, niLI nOROlbH tXVTT.Judtre tile on on before said day in this Court true> tratrix do file before said day ni this!,Court, a I j .

yt %y editor. Mr. Halpine himself is a poet .I I wonder. if it ,is seven o'clock yet P ot 1'lOhate-Joho Darling. .. and l'erCectln\'eutory of all the effects belonging true and perfect Inventory of all,- Ihe'tfTects. : : .. be.. E

-- of rate taste, was an officer in ,the U. S. Crawling out of ,his bed he dressed him- I Clerk Circuit Court-J. J,..Givens., to said Estate.: lunging to said Estate.GrveirnndeTrnvhsnd! I
and seal of
the"' 'late is well 'Sheriff-J. T Lesley. Given tinder my hand and seal I
and
:
war,
during
,4 army sell and went down stairs. 'There ,11'18 Coroner-II. 'M. Keen. ,of the 1'rormf Court, at Brooks! the Probate Court, at Brook.'\Hie, t

4"; w The known to fame in as Private he Miles ia. O'Reily.from the nobody in the parlor, nobody in the sitting Surveyor-VT. C, Brown. Title, this Sth day of January, A. thu. 1867.theSthdayof' Jai.oary, A.D. t
poem question, says, I ''D 1867. .
,
of a distinguished officer of the U.S. room. --What can be the matter thought VTx.. M. GRAHISOy; ,i
.r pen COMMUNION ua.TT. .. Cm.
Jan., 19th 1807. Judge of lYobate. f
Navy.-PeferiburyJSrprttt.Be f Solomon. B: HenJerson I:. 'Booth., J. R. Robertson..' Jan. 19th. 16C7. Sttftsi.i .. t

'Where are they all .1' he asked. 'Y. A Lively), -
F .. sleeps all quietly and cold, ,-. ;Notice of Insolvency; \ '

Beneath the soil that gave ,him birth; 'G.or 'to, the city,' replied, .the maid, JISTICES li A.Tln'LACE. 'Clarke,,2d. DilL fn Probate Covrt' .:at Clicmtcrt., Octotter'2ri7" ; In: IJcrnnndn Circuit (!OI'1't. then '! i .

I = Then break his battle-brand in twain.' they started two hours I ago.' A. I). lpa6.State Judicial; Circuit' of.Florida. .' :' t: 4. jI

; And lay it with him In tie earth: ,Why what time is i it r L. Bell, Jr. Lawful Constable.xoTAtuEftn.nt.ic. of Florida, ) Anderson Mayo,.' "] .' ..: I ,
>".JIl'f' : Heroaodo County, J r i y '
fr' :-- '- ..:,..' he 'Nine o'clock Bat didn't call Columbus U. AlexanderPetition to'F 'r; r t
'more shall ;
.. 2\0 at midnight urge why they J: A. Henderson, Whereas, Mary Anderson Administratrix of (>
Els tof some march among the pinet ; me !I' J. F. Henderson.TO of Charles Anderson late of Martha. l'heJp:1! j : 3e Mortgage. I k
f,;: ..,. the County and State aforesaid, has this day Mary A14.ot J 1 f
Igor hear upon the rooming air.K .
4.:. You .were, called at aix o'clock and 1 filed in the Probate Court of said County; a Defendant Columbia H. Alexander: t

it The war about of.hia charging.lines. wouldn't' Your father 'wouldn't written. sugije.lion!; of the Insolvency\ ot said The : :\ I'help*. Mary Abbot.'and all persons '
..t get up. ,!IDLJ XC. jAamrmEg estate, therefore interested ill take n .tire of the fili''a
; .; 'or j 1- Cold ii the eye whose meteor gleam hare'yon called again.: lie; said he would ASD Notice M berf by given to.all persons hiving IIf the Petition, itrthe ab T(. stated case, t<>r t

t Pluhedhope on all within iU light: lesson. claims against said deeds Entitle, to tile the Foreclosure of Mortgage I on the f fi'llowing: 'Vie** I tl
teach'you
t same, duly authenticated: in the office of raid I'i"tl !lnno..-t<''uit t
1 k a .. \ \ And till the voice'that! trumpet toned ; 'Ii'a too'bad !1.,;vied Solomon, dropping DEALERS Coutt.nn or It-fore the 2nd day of April JEtIi'l The South Weft of the North! West =. of

t ;. \ Rang through the serried ranks of tight the when.thtrc will l Ioe a rrortttapavmcnt fcti-iiou 1.. ''he South:; East: J cf the-North Hut'
head t
s \\ .. his upon table and bursting: into the several trvdiloi* of this aid 10tlol relit ls! I J ,,tid the N. } i-f Uie South 1'a-t' :. ..'.T 'ection -

.....- \ Ro more for him ball cannon* park tears. 'Snbscribcr i il fully'repared to fllriobIU'tt ate. 2:1'ownstip: 21, 'lIt1dR'P.! >! 15 Ea t...it- ,I

x <1.," ',. \ OrtcnU gleam white upon the plain ; It too bad that the did noflearn Music Musical Instruments Given under my hand dud Senl of hated in the\ l"llIhtr Hernandu and] State ofrli'fida .f
g. was rings
lazy boy ,
,
llrooksville:
[L. S.] the Probate Court, at and that ;;plication\ will be made at ; ,
c (r.j- And where }1S camp,fires blazed of yore the lesson of that morning so as to and Music Books of all kinds at the lowest rates this 2nd dig 01 October) 1C" the > .ringTermofssidcouit.lSG7, -forjuJgoiiuiit \0'

'Drown'rfa rslaugb amiJ the grain. \V.M. O.U'.KlaOX. .uf l-'urtclueu.IU' vf aril .
wholesale and! retail from the la gust collections : ':
turnover a new. leaf in the book of life.- Judge'of 1'rohate : 'rtl"I.'j!
in this country, s. V. } ,
"' \I t" hit bed lAn to ho did not. lie Oct. 22 18CG. 2C-4m Sol. far '
.:- Jvo more above narrow : sorry say cloyed Orders punctually attended to. .. I tirth't the above is complX t

I I 4 Shall sound the Bead of marching. feet, sleep.. He bated work. lie was the Address all orders notice yet this div filed in my offief..1 true lopy (';1"' 0 e :

.. The rifle volley and the c'ralu slave of,lazy habits and is so to this day. IBERIA OTT, Broadwav.. N. Y. Notice of Insolvency. Wttntss, my'hand and the seal of \. a amy

?f i1'I tu I I. Of sabres when the foemen met ; What 'sort of a man will Solomon slow' PTTK OF ELor.JP.'l oftice, this Irthibytfov\ ; \ \

Ilfin.tndo County J JIn l tjti. r .
t ,._ And though the winds of autumn rave, coach bet Well if he don't die of idleness l'n>latr Cntirt-at Chamber, Sfjtemlfr"Ulli 11'-J. Barnet clerk f \. ..

And witter snow fall thick and deep before be becomes a man be will be a shift- THEBO.to.lX ,.l. D. Wni.Whereas. 11) IT. C. Peterson Dept:
.
'ca'II.Dot'mov Anderson Mayo administrator or. Kor.' 780mNotice. ( ; ,
!Y & CO.
Above his breast, they
; leas, good for nothing fellow., He won't : I E:*tateo1JM. A.Boyct. Liteof sailCt }

> > i The quiet of his die unless steep have knowledge, because be is too lazy to u'ily" 'dec'ast-u.,haung pie\ iuu-ly to this : '-1
I dute tiled in the I'rolnite! CI1II't. of aid comit-r. .
'' .. We may not raise a marble shaft study ; .nor any money, because ha is too a 'l\'rilt sn'iestiou uf IIII.I't'Dorui.l Ls- .. t I.\ .
i( JPTI, ).NC'( -JFj(()ill 1fJ] '. '
t
the heart that i is dust state ; therefore *
Above
now ; lazy to'wIIk ; nor any good character because Notice i here''.y given to all'persons having ALL persons having demand nga'n,tjthe E* j

t But nature like a mother fond he is too lazy to conquer himself.I clninH! acnin-s tsaid: dec'd. to file the same, dulyanthenlivnfed. e of George JMafford. late of Hernandoounty.

'b t 'win Deer forget her sacred trust.i in the ofliee of! said Court "n o'r deceased, will present them dulv ,au.theuticated ';1': 1
: Wake up, Solomon Woke up my t without delay ; all iuUaUl- f':
btfoiethe I 24.thd.iynf I :Match<< 18t'.7, when there person .1.
l I. i Young: April o'er his lowly mound dear boy. Shake off the chains that are u ilbeaPiuratapayment! among the frttral'cicditors ed to said Estate: aN ,reonesjc the xridVifij-ncd..to make immediate :t. ':
ptirmiitt to
i' Shall shake the violets from bis hair ofsflid Insolvent Estate. I All .
; De be wide awake .it
manly creditor und ,
upon you Gneti under hand ant persons ntitltd to .dt tnl>tition ,
Seal
; : '. And glorious June! ,:with fervid kiss be something If you don't wake up; you [I.. 11.] of the Probate my Court, at iSrmiksville ; ; are hereby notified that their claims I will be ',t't '. I
Shall bid the roses bl .som there. barred the expiration of two fromthis .'
:
'. this 24lh day of .lugust year ,
will soon bo a lost boy. Wake up Solo 'date, ttule} exhibited within, thuttinx..AVM. ':1'I

And round about the droning Lee, moc, wake up If you don't you will 1S66.11'x.. M. G.VRRLO 1). EUBANK. Executor.! ; .4.
3 With drowsy hum shall come and go; .Judge of 1'roDate. Jan. 22th. ISO". 33 6w., ; 1 :_. I
make a shipwreck of life. _
your '
; While west winds all the livelong day '. '. Oct. 1660. 2 -'5m. I

Shall murmer dirges, soft and low.. Notice.-. \ "
1. \
: Notice l of I \ fl IX ifOXTIIS
tnsolTrncy. nflt'r.1aI(', I sba'l recent m x .. }
Our Clerk's Cab}'. WHOLESALE AGENCY. O accounts 'and voiiehr .Inihis\ ,
; The warriors stormy fate is,o ei; State of Florida ) n* \ : rMi.
The Subscriber of the L-tate of \\"nt. I). O'\eil. d.... .l, to "Vjn I '
The midnight gloom has passed away; We have bad a clerk who married. late member of this well Hernando County, J r I I }
: got InPraM'CfJtir,= otA. Cboaier.Srptrntl.r21., : M.I: Garrison Judge t.r Prohate..fiIernand-. IV e
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'
: Known firm !
s And like a glory from the East: Now, there is nothing funny in tlat. His established a I}. !Anat.ji''hereasEli'ha. j i fur final settlement and a-1. to !I.., distharged i
Breaks the first light of freedom's day I | iruin (f"rUi- A.lrnini..tatic.n of md Fstat...-. '1
: : .
wife had. a baby, and there's where the : : hill Finland Etof'ieiof I Jf\IInrF: l.l''KH.\In. A.hi'x.!
WHOLESALE AGENCY. ndmini,trator "n the r..t,\\e of John ..MeNeil
,r .
'- And white winged peace o'er all the land,r rt funny part comes in. Ho was in the office !, lute of Mil "nnty deed lifts thi. ;flay I I .Bruuotilert: -: +el ;bth, 'CG. 2 t.Cuo I

,,; Broods like a dove upon her ned; yesterday, and wished us to publish for til..l! l in the Prcilinte ('.::1I1t t-f said oountx', awritten 1'!I NOtice
1 While iron with 51 l Bra::dway Xrw York City ..iiLve: li"1I tI f the .1n.ulveney or ',rid i-
-. : war slaughter gorged,
the benefit of mourners and inquiring Estate: theteforeotiee t
: rIi" after date I will >-. y
: At length hath laid him :own to rest Where he will be! pleaded to' ire the .L'rg SIMON appTrto the ,
; H'ct or \ i U given to nil .
hiving
n friend. the following biog. of the hieby person \ M. C. rri-on, Ju.lije of ?-r b.,.iT'
""* cbap.- I
of his (r .n.l.. and Abe pullie. and especially toar <> claim against ald dee'd'n r.tlltt.I') tilt thesame I and fur Hrn.ind> Cviinty, for A tail: MMlenunt

;,:t 1i:k And where we won our onward way. Says ho : // front tlu'"e vho !IKUCPU liUjrally IK>I'.H ; duly autlu-iitioatril, in this otKee of raid nnd .dis.l,' rjre fling adminiitr.iti..n on-

: :.:; With fire and steel, through yonder wood, Wo have had so many kind friends asking clllllt ir patronage on the fin-i honrofvre. He t Court' on or bvf.u.> the 2Jtli .1\)' of March I the estate of Jaiiii Donuth.ia, late of said county .... ,
J 1S07, when theie. will be a i'n rnta paymentamong d,'c'd. .
j The blackbird whistles' and the quail about that baby, that we have thoughtit v ill! supply thwu superior instruments to the the sv\rul) creditors cC said InvjUmtritate. r. c..ILtN4\t. ,uri' rTampa. 4

j .,d, Gi\-euna.-er\ to her timid brood. *. necessary to biograph the chap briefly, trade Giun,1.'r my hand: and Seal ofUK Aug.,1$ GG' ,. < ;t 1..r.q1 r.! .... .

< .: ::: Yet sortie dreams his fierce brigade and somewhat after, the current style of the [ ] th';l'mhate1'ourtatIh-ooksyilte} Notico, .
:.: ,J \YholriaIc: and RrlnU nt the very lowest this 2Hh of August ISOVv. *'..
Shall see the form they followed far, day: \ : ; M. (} \PRI OJudgo \. SIX months from date, will present fnyf."l";." i.
Still in the farthest Triers- of and "l\wlt'I' to the Jul' 1'ro. '
leading van- 1L I.a gal.She's Probate. :
i I
t x:' landmark in the clouds of war. Made with HIP Tn'rlated Iron Tim! and Oct. 6. 1Sj( 2-1 Gtn.XfTICC bate uf Hernanlo!' Count v/ for a Jif/title,: IT....
a buster agent llr tile li-l." "ie 'of Aaron t-miiliT late'of "
,
Frame (east in one $(.lul plate! ). Theyexcel said *

And oft when white haired gmndiires! tell Weighs ten pounds and a half, and wife hll others in durability! au- OF I.NSOLVDCY. agk to County bcdijharccd dectwed.from And further at the administra prune time. ,

Of bloody struggles put and gone. tells us it will grow heavier as her weight poriority of tone and elegance State of Florida. ) tion of said Htae.! = I

,The children at their knees will hear increases. of external: l appearance. Hernatido County f v CALVIN' II. SMITH, AJmr. .J '
I,. J'rolxite ('nnrt-iit Ctamltrn, S'I.tf'l/Icr, Lroo ;svi.ie. Jan. 5th I 1807. Cm.
How Jackson leJ his columns on.A She's the first baby of which Laveever
we 21thJS! : 1 Sli,.. .
L
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been and of courseis the Eli-ha Hill Sherriff and Tx-officio
proprietor, "Tla..rtR" 2J
l\\\.h' '
:, LIVELY IBCIDEWT.-Once on a time, :I on the E I\t."r .I.UDI'.C. Thiirpen \; \1..h.

: not long ago, cot so far from Milersburg only baby in town. Alt..the,e Pianos have OTcrgtrnnij scale, }late of said: county, dev'd. IIH< this day tiled V, _

as it might be, a gooc-'rearted man,' and The old woman before mentioned declared giving' in connection with the patent iron in the Probate Court of said ('ountwritt..n liotico. '
nggestion of of said Estate therefore >
long-tongued, style-talking wife atten rim ant frame Fall RId Povrfnl Insolvency ;
her "ihe very image of her pa"- an } SIX MONTHS AFTER TIlE DATE llEP.I-

: : ded a social party. Almost every three '"A little copy of her faithful sire Str tft Jllote Tour The Cases are elegant! in Notice is hereby} given, to all having I shall a< Administrator on the Estate )

'j minutes his wife would check her husband appearance, and,easily and safely handled.: claims against said iletva'ed's} Mate to ale j of Minon Turmau, br.,, decta.-e.l rn-ent my :
l thus In face and gesture. the same, duly authenticated: in the oft:>e of i,. account and x-iulier-to the Jade! of rro- r
Warranted 1
: But in justice to the youth, we must say to prone satisfactory, or the said court, on or 1<..fore the 21th day of March, bate, of llilUborouuh County, for a final set J It

"Now, William, don't talk so loud.. thick btrao Jibe Monty I rrlnrnrd.ALL 1S67 when there. will !hp a Prorata paymentamnngtheseveral t einent and ask to be discharged! from the fur:, 1t j t
Come, Williaa, don't lean back on the we improvement on original creditors said Insolvent ther administration of the !said: estate. Ji

chair that way -a world of progress. you know. >KUS ALL OUDEC.4. TORIBERI.t Ei.tate. JOHN })_\1L1: \(;. 'Ad'mr I rl\I
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.11 Now., William, dont get noisy ovtr The Young America is as old as couldbe OTT, of Given the Probate under my hand, and Seal Tampa Fla. 1'e Louis. non ,I'i
[us.] Court, at Brook Juljrlgth, :i6. 14
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t there 1 time sbe 15 Cm. 5S1; Broadway X. Y. \'ilI.,. this 24th of '*t
expected, considering was day August, .,. j 11'
Ibl:.. NOTICE ..
\ William let thegirli alone and sit .
Say, born, and will doubtless be too old for her I. I
t' : bymel'At Wx. M. G.taaIsn Six: months after date. I will apply to the "
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father in few if she has luck. THOMPSON & CARPENTER. Judge of Probate. Judge, of Probate of IliiMwro /
a years, good : 'ounty' for \, .tl
:, last forbearance ceased to be a' virtue Oct. G 1Sroa 2-m.& a final settlement aol dicharc from 1
of admin
i ',..:),, and the husband who was really pit She is qqita reticent on politics, and Proprietors the ronghkeepse' Foundry, t istraliort on the Estate M. C. Brown.late of J '

ied by all in the room, rose and laid, : wants to be let alone. lIA' CFACTl'Hr.r. of uJtar! dills. (Two Notice of Insolvency. said County. ifcc'J. i'
roll Mill 15 inchr in
.'r "I beg pardon of the company ; bat' asmy We' ,think she favors Mrs. Winslow long; three roll Mill!, 15 inches diameter.in 12 diameter} inches: STATE or FLORIDA ) S. B. TODD AdraV. ,'t\

r. .t"\ wife insists on being boss all the. time; 16}inches lone, with frame of the be t white Hernando: County, J r Tnmp:1. Sep. 2?. "cjr.. De bums non., t:t
policy. g .
it u righ t she should have theft*.' Oak.) Sugar boilers, Caldrons. with or with. In the Probate Cu'iTt.SfftnnlxrU. ./. I. m l'1 ;

# : t" And he deliberately took off his pants, We haven't named it yet. We want to out door and grate* for setting name, and ISCrt. NOTICE. \
banded them to ber and down in his her movable legs. Gin Gear, I'ot.vh Kettles, Soap WHEREASilliam D. 'MONTH .
f sat give a distinguished cognomen. n.ilel'tl. Kettle. Manufacturers Eubanks. A'lminitl.. CJIX AFTER DATE:; I.-riH pro ,
i.: boot and drawers Kettles Win e II tratoron. the Estate! of C. J. }11' : ..ntmY'.AI-'OnntClaltl others to the I ,. t
linn. JiiJco
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i It is perhaps unnecessary to say as all Gudgeons, l umh H"UII. Kitchen ink, Cistern ,
laU of Hernand
County and Slat of of rroHftt, <<.r all" 'nr' Valk
I The company was astonished ; the wo Xeck*. Water Basing, Oven Fronts, Fire Den }' )ridldeet'u..d \, comfit, rate o t '
do of has filed 1m : Florida,
biographers distinguished personages petition previous to thi4 as Adininintratp- on he Estatu oe
} burst into tears the' ders. Well Wheels! Foot yeral ere, Ae. Will J. '
happy couple
man ; date, in the Probate Court for I J. hooker Utevf said
said < fur\ly deceased
I home neither them that, "the subject of this sketch1 was bornat supply Merchants and others! atManufactarer'prices. suggests (county c \ 4ndask \ :
but of and io said f"rt
.. i soon went ; wore petition the Insolvencyof final FtttUraent'and! be .I]-rLarre,t
/ f aDlt. TIow' the affair was settled we can a very early ago 'o( poor hot:respectable 1'artifs wi.hinrto said Istato'herd ore I flow the further dijti.< tJ,(+....I. I '
purchase of .
the arti-
.' \'It terl, bat the last time we lair William, ele.ennui>rate above-will thn"any .notes hereby given! to nil person 11:1": I LOUKL4NlER.a.lm.Y. -
\... : -Erclwnge ; ravethe '
: parents. pojxr.tire __. com- ing claims u,aiost .:u.} dt-cea.ied's ictrttate. to June, 4ili: Vfi. 12
L 4' ftad the on. We are inclined to missions of .New York nul-cluut, not -w.
pants of late a 1tl usually file the same duly authenticated in --
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the
the authority a person, an legs than : office
1 i lle will not Irons in 2:11'f'r cent 1;
again a "
jn a company ofsaidCo'irf, on or before the luth Notice. .
t; .. 'I. .(" f' .y.Uolnut County FoJtlrMr.i I in the Federal, service, for stating proplhid The, free aW freidit.article! delivered Applv! to ia XewCity loll .Inrch,189.7, whet there will be a Prorata day o: I SIX {(\XTII5F71rt THE' PATE mRr. t i',

divide the w payment among the several creditors I shall!! a* Adnunistratris.
intention to of said : on the
4 is their : Estat
"" W. II. CltRlTV.; 1 \.
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SambC Agent, '
Insolvent\ IMate. \ ore.J. Tart, lecea.'el
; 1 i ata: tough into focr departments and govern coo r Jack.on\'ilI., Its.. an.i and present my' account t
: __ oaks wheat backing away I Given under my hand Seal of the I, \oilelif to the Jets ol I'ro"ta"UJiIl" 1" '
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1 f /\0.: t.. ; tr .- I. him and shftng'' struck'. a' tree near inillitary rue.' The precise manner I loved [Seal] Probate court at Brt.k vUle, this t.oroub.C'nnt.r., for a final settlem .,! an.ioto .-) .

!! laid he, "I jet J 1.1/it. .'"Ureas de Lord !"-1,ich it is proposed to inaugurate this QAV MONTH Agents! wnnto.1 fir liz llth day of5.pt ember, 1 Sl''?. \ lion lie.uf disclarge1 tho!said et>tut from<*. the further adrninMra.

;tt : ." dis one estiriyoewcrtWrsjustnut. Addre ny. r. GARRISON .
reckon a Me um try v
dey.find I have Tb MA\1.KT) !
but no .
'... EI'ment I do not know lOT. GAUEY, City Building, Biddeford liel Judge vl J.r.t'at HART AJ.mr.
; :< i match !T Flu. Oct.
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