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: February 23, 1867
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
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FLORIDA_ PE 't .. Fnlal Noose, or lie' 'La.t. I I Ha then rut thefAtalringeR Mi!G\III'II! A LESSON FOR WORKING MEN.-Working I Pomcroy "Brl k." : \ I
,. Hours ofa Singes ?la... I 6nerthe hymene.ll noose was adjusted, as an ordinary hand in a Philadelphia Congress i i1l quit now, as sleeps the hyena : '\ _
: morning at eleven and one half':1! and the poor fellow was launched into- I j,
until recently was a man abet its yard feast.
1 "I' 1 shipyard very I grave
rraftsuED: :vnT'.ATt1 pieciselj, nu unlorlunale young Matrimony. 'i \
T- ''K. '' Mr. Edward IVkney, underwent thlt, named John L. Knowlton. His }peculiarity I .
-i With Butler'as! their'preliJcntial can .
*ne infatuation, ly expiating his at- S that while others of his class were at
Miss Aun Gale iu front [Correspondent" of the Talll\hn.'c Fditintl.] didate in 1868, the war-cry of the radicals 1'1 ,
to Mary
TERMS OF ; : indulging in jolification he
: : altar railing of S- Church. Progress ojC the Imjmichmcnt JlwlSure7 alehouses or will be : "Spoons and 'things.1 r
One copy on* . . in :' ,
One year [ trill be in tie collection; of all those. Lt PitstJent to, be Immediately DeWTO was incessantly engaged studying upon .
six months . .
copy i of the, party 'who were at Jontt' ; /-lit is Powerless to Dtftnd 7/i'm- mechanical combinations. \0ne of his It i is said. that wine should be bottled along fl flu

--o- '1 : years ago, ,that Mr. Pickney. was thure sell= Tue Tett Oath ]JtrilliQIIII.6tdmII'3iI companions secured 'a poodle '?'og, and 'th e; before it is good, but 'Beast ; .: ;1 I ,1
RATES OF | then first introduced to Hiss Gale! to of Xilatavii'l Colorado, bottled : I.J ,
the Butler whom Grant
six months in t leaching quadruped so long ago
;m he instantly began to direct ji.tnic-; \VjkoiiiNUio.v, January 19ih 1607. spent / }
-One square ((12 brevier line) or hind i ia better fast.
his legs.- getting no
'' to execute jig very
y first insertion, -, attention dancing with her no 1 lerb! There is reason: lofc.irlle worst, from upon ,
For'(' ch subsequent insertion, : .six sets that e\.uiugt and handing her the impeachment measures now before Kno\\ hon fpent'the same period in discovering < I.
Estate and Legal Notice will At' in the! most devoted man method which ho could New England votes for her best and ,
tin. following rate supper : Congress.: The plans of the Hidicals; are some by : !
;::Aprneation'or' Letter;* of From ,that period commenced the in : so deeply and cunu'ngly laid, ,that they san out limber in a beveled font.. Tho representative men, and send two nig ;" : ;.. q
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"on. > (' between them which terminated mayposj'i iby, be realized to the fullest ex- first man taught his dog to dance ; Knowl gers to tho! legislature! _and lho national f (I !
.JCotice,to Debtors mornbg'o catastrophe. Jenl. Iheic was, at first, hope that the thief tho 1l J ,
""Application' for nillmi- ion, i, .. r Pitk'uey hd barely attained his President might confidently Took for a trio ton, in the same time, discovered: a mechanical spoon bag-eyed brute and bullion I
Announcement of Candidate, ( -bight but there i is iio belief ; that enabled him l bagger to Congress. It is proper for ; ;
AdrertiemeatJ baud*! in for pul year umphant al'll"iua1. lint UHTO! is Linger combination to ) :)t
apecifvine the uumWr of ,. : but for reasons of a pecuniary nature now, not only that the 1'ie-ident mar be do, in two hours the work that would occupy thieves to be represented by their kind. ; 1'4 .
published uutil forbid. ant } single life would have come to an un impeached, but also that he .
bedepo! -
... may
')J". .. '" 1 : end. "A change for the bettor Irow.I cd flow his oflict?, and the Executive chair a dozen men, by slow and laborious A correspondent! asks us direcly if we r .

E'. ..s: ,I baring occurred in LUcircuins.taiit.es, 'I (:I'lll.\' a crcatuic of the I.adicals'choice.This : pieces'! an entire day. The saw is now think Abraham Lincoln is in Heaven.- t y '};

r ; ,.profrssTonal p C :( : I young lad.8lriends, were induced to'' is :i :glowing picture. I hope it may in all the ship-yards of this country. It Our correspondent had Letter wail a few ._'. I '
: his addresse, and thus 1 became ac not be realized lint I cannot, with (truth, cut beam to curved t 1
a a shape as quickly
()ritS to the cour.>e br which lie had piinlilin brighter ('010111. ; rears and he will know definitely. If ho : _
H./L./ ,MITCI sutured. 11 e provisions of the Constitution will! us an ordinary sawmill ribs up straight :its there, it is: time churches were turned

he.unhappy young maD passed the Ia..t com:itull! 110 le-Ur.unt, xxhitexer: upon the I plank j into theatres, and ministers of the gospel '
:.,AOTOBHBY L''J1 of hie! bachelor eli-tcnc in his: txjli- actions of the .1 K:..dica's in this matter ; -- _..-- ---- i i.

-T.UlrA."Fu.- cLltml, r. From half paL 8 to 10 he. for they have long; ceased to regard theConsliluiiot. THREATENED DISTRESS is VIRGINIA. quit preaching against play acting on the : \t i
in letters. stage. ''We hope he is there for if be is .
engaged: writing Shortly ,
having force.They .
as any binding The Richmond antI Petersburg p\: pcr', and j \
will give attention to j his younger brother, henry, knocked have plainly-declared in their recent not, tbe Republican party never will have i ,
prompt in the with ,
fact s scarcely an -
r entrosteJ t to his care. door, when the'doomed youth told speeches in Cvnglcls that the war agin't pre exception a representative there, where all is peace '1'i '

/Tampa,'.1a Apt, 25 tll.- 66. 1 i to come in. the South i is not \'d.o\'er ; that: it U now! allege that the stoppage of the exc i jaud 1 good will. J
o bring a ked when }he meant to go raging in Washington; ; that Ircno or has c !'ion by the decision of Judge Meredith, : '
J"IISA.: OI.EJtJOJIi. J. F. he rrplied'not yet.. Ihe question (. uuj 1 ir. the Kxectilive 1 I I
) a lodgement man I
at Richmond, of the stay law, will aftlict JA W.-GA MJ'LAXOA Ho I-This morn 0
,:, then put to him, how he thought he sion and the'nprclneCon! t"that iho te- 1 E ..
HENDERSON & b'eepj To m Lich he answered, 'I be'lion has reared its trhimj.lnmt head in Virginia as! she was never afflicted before !I ing's mail brought a letter from one of the ...

*' I I 'l know lie then t-x pressed his de"ire the! Ex.'culilD"u"iivn ;" and that l'rr-i.i idc "Its abrogation," says the Pelersbug truest patriot Indiana members, (and there "" :

ATTORNEYS AT I a cigar and a glass of fro,. His broth !nl JOHNSON: caused AIIKAIIAM LINcoLN : Express, 'would be a calamity, to.the State. '1 1I 'I are light smart! of them, we reckon,) suLe. .>"
who partook ul the like ntuliiiKiilt. I >, to be wun'cicil, m oiderih.it be ( : '
might car- In every county theft are probably hunj !! scribed as follows
dfinanded if he would! take; :,ny thing; l1 out the ptitpo-es' of the b>uhern pi-op'e; : :.4:I
| that nyht. lie raid'nnthing' in n ill their attempt to achieve! : their independence. j dreds] and, in some cases: thousands of : Go lillle missive; fly lhAl. pretty, i '.

\Till practice in'the :olhern \.i iw. His ittTectionniv i brother lliou I t judgments, entered on the records ; and to : To Tomeroy, 'Biiek;,' of LaCrosse city ; ,.\

Circuit, of thcSJ.vto.: I' Lu'tllke his leave, v.ln-n the de\'oltd I liegaiding 1'ivsicieiU; Jonssov therefore, plat! them all at once in the hands of officer In LaCrosse' county, Badger State l .

'Taml", MaySCth, ISGfi.. considerately! advised him to .take care as bung the champion: and embodiment of for collection, would make this staid Is where he lives did of "; J
or late.
i: himself\(. the South thc .
ate making bitter: and '
::;/ : A. A. J <:c1o('I,. a quarter of a minute to 1 the :lentil'sxx.ir njuiii him. President JOHN re old State worse than p\O: emonillm.. When,, you get there, should he reject yon, .. t

..i 1'ATTORNEY: mom the victim of Cupid hating: HIS Hiid I ll.' :-.,ipreme Couit, I, I the I 1'uli.iUMie :: I The litor of the Index, who is strong! I Coniebackpoor thing and I'll protect you. l

,, AT "IIt'd' accoid.ng to ''ii" desire, Iu I I before ilit-iii t the !sold ul,-t.I..Ii-s! t to tinMicies i! I ly opposed; to the stay: law, writes fromRichmond That letter would reach; ua, llanna-wny t.
r,-\10- e and die---id h;inseIL.IL! ., bad th r, i uf their puIt'! )'. And wlMt po\xei i l as follows : "It i is useless to it didn't .
".i C"nlrul to shave /himself I without tin hits the l're iJ"It to resi-t i this oitxxa'd I i providing stop for apples I :-; ',1
"'SoYicUor in E speculate on the result of this judgment.: ... .....
; hU:" l iujuiy, fur not Bern a scratch up" march of fanaticism Congie has -
; unlimited
TAMPA, his chin appealed after the oper.ition.. conliol over the nilional: finances: If creditors avail themselves! of it the financial THE DRY GOODS TRAD is New York.- .

J. would term that he devoted a longer Theie are SOO.OuO l.ra\'C"m -ii in iheNoilh! distress of the people of Virginia will A New York correspondent, of the Philadelphia. -

1T7.11 ILL err eolruU.l GIVE prompr.attntton to their care.. ban( Dual 110 his toile'. f who would stand by the 1'icsidctit iu e n be incalculable.! It is to be hoped that the Ledger, says : ;
I j wreUhed mm wa mtired' inn light actual conflict with Congress. But vxherexould ,, I
September lit, 1 SCG, great forbearance which has hitherto dis I took a walk down
dress coat with fio-.le I button s, white the army stand, with i its! piy depending I t among the great
L'Y'' ( and nmikfen trow>ers, wih:! patent I upon the Hump Cong, cs1 .' lingimhtd them, may still move them to a 'I dry goods! establishments: this morning in "-i. r

\ : l Iio wurr round his neck a- \aiie- i, believe it to be the -cttled! "purpose o f merciful: exercise their legtl: rights; i I Church Charobeis, Murray, Warren and 4

I Offer my *er\ fee* fo an*,/ti>iif. I'I'h. satin scarf which p.irtlr ('1)0"1\1..1..I the ll.idicals: to de1Nr-e.the! I'ltsidciit, ai the mf.-mTninfTn > Barclay-streets found them all __ I II
Couunel tn the : i repeat-
prwiriitFon or
ClOfr"zZlOf the : '
bosom. In
front I f
< : bi- of the ,
il.Cattt, in. the *.pulji rli ; ;;inning impeachment trial ; to ROM Orl'osEsT.-The ,.ing in chorus the old of dull times
Fla. and-Ju l'l U1i&.al-t ..jfs cilh J: rllf w inserted a breastpin of i-on :i: nuke 1'enVndi' of 'Jiio, I'resident: protein I story ,
other Coun.<;L uc.u+ J;nlrDetdlt. ; and 1 to elect a new ] "cl"iJ.nwilli New YOlk Tribune, commenting on the ., nothing doing, and unfavorable reports: i
-- SAM.( C 1 I *viug;; destn'ieJ the 'tnirci3; with a the xotcof- tho Ninth excluded.flic I rejecting of the Constitutional Amendment I II' !' from the interior. But fats firms have I I

Tatnpa.. ,t.t.15. 1 Sfi;. step lie tlllt'It'.11he Hp-inm-n't\ 1 where i+ Ions 1\ +'ctcl i decision i of the f't.pr'rut by the Southern State!*, says : I(! thought it worth while to uncover their' \ ,
broih-r and sister, aid l 1f..w friends t +. ultiu u-l.ition\ I' .. .
l ) t, to test oaths, wadilixeifd : In a in ,le instance, C'lIh--that. of Texas i !
i I goods and
: :. him. lie then shook IMIU-, ]+ cor I! on the 19 U inst. In iiluiuii to as yet, not more than ,four or
S. Y. TIN with all prcscut, and on being, ; aiked l tlielcstoilh.net( : pi+scd) by Cc-ngie--, in I -has this rejection been couched in indecorously I Ii five can bo got to acknowledge that\, they /I '

bo slept, ;Un yele'cn', well.' !. 16G the court d.-c-itl.-s it un".oii-tituiioiial', or insulting terms. Usually, arc making money enough to pay the salaries f I
ATrrOUNEY, AT t to the further .demin 1 at to the and i\ can no longer; theic'onbe e\ :Vied: 'i the mum his: been unexceptionable, i ifI of clerks and porters. All '
j of his mind. he said that: he Vlt bar.. ,- 'lof law\pr. In reh'i..n to th Mis,. I agree, 'I :'s f
-- j + however th\t
any \ .ty. t
BROOKSVILLE & + not even C'U.ltt'OU. i il'r i I II no matter what may be the :
!! li oath. which f
ictcd 1 of all *
I tc-t wag: ex cler reason r
I .\(. stating tint tern assigned turn in political: l atTitirs
of the i [ = a change for the
I.I i :
arty hereupon : + !
.. Will Practice in the Southern slIJe; : g) nil'n in thtate:; of Missouri I..f.re they ,
1 x. Judicial Circuit. it vvoul 1 be 2\41 well to take VMI:tliiu'" x\eic-alloUvd t III pieathortoexercise: anye' l! is a iefusil( 'piiiii-h their headers for do' I bitter must soon occur, as the country is J

,June 23rd.'<56.. melancholy! cerennnv: w'n.: bon 1 t>f their s.u-ied: fane-tuns, the :Supnme log woik they had assigned i them,' the'' bare cf goods, and as all the signs indicate .
h ; he *xelain.il: with some empha : Cuuil decMes -tliat the
I I e\act.uu: of any Irilunij continues.: ] that under oloe'amendeJ tariff
'ldcidally l'! lireakfist was: accor such oath is uncon-titutiona1!, nn.l that .
; E. ]I. TIIO ; lr served: when lIe :ito a French roll : clergymen oust bo permitted to exercise This rejection, then-or rather, this rea- prices are more liken\to be- }higher! than -

'I round 1 tout t. two ,." 1i't ge*, and thank! all the functions u'!}>hvirs.urcj ofllce, without ,! FonfcrtiUch uj.ction--Ia, :: !i manly as. lower. ,

JUtorimjfc) (Conusrllor: ( I .."great hrM\f\"t: : cups of ten. In re I I being ,'omp..IIl'lllo take any test oath. I peel that appeals< to every g"nerous mind. -4......

to fin expreion of .n-.toni-hment on | 'Ihere is to believe that thu. SOBER FOR OxCs.-A
re.i-on Supreme Hut, wlcthu'OU. agree, in this view or :, correspondent! bas
/ __'. A.' '.__ I.( rut of a \'- -{m present, he docl.md !1 i Court: will not1',1': bore ; but that two I, the fact remains.- There good anecdole of a man a .
.- he never felt hippi-r in hii \lif. other cU IIf the Bump: Congre-', '4''cd I i.ot, are fourteen who rarely failed togo
; j 4o bed
SOLlCITORtN ,i i i } *. biothe then inquiitd: lie could rl!o iu 16GJ and ISC: .:liu-ctly lifloctiDg the [ Skates that will not ratify the amendment ; 1 intoxicated. and disturb his wife t

r TAMPA, FI [ !Jin for him when IK- said: !he vxoul.l, ': Southc-in l Statewill! sun bo pronounccd and it can only be carried over their heads: : the whole night. Upon his being cbarff. a

TiriU practice in Marion !-' a glass of "le. Il.-tving drank/ this he ,; unoutistitulii'iial.Ever by ignoring thoom in the couit, and assuming ;; *d by a friend} that be never went to bid I
<'ltred to l-e satisfiod I inco till lit of there has. sober he
II Jlillborimgh audTolk.F January thai thrne..fuurths of tho States at present indignantly denied it, ul
I fatal moment now npproaho I.- : been inches( iho gave
b, 16 th. 1606.' ; uow on ground, the incidents of
f devoted the remaining; portion of hi< I tho P.JIOmIC river Ins been frozen over :; represented Congress, will suffice to ;:, one particular nigbt in t

: 'distributing, those little articles b 1xith 1 ice ten mchi's thick, and 1 the temperature ratify it. That assumption, however, will proof..

: 31- POST, no longer; want. To One he gixe : Las. been painfullyseer.: Soexege'"- I certain!}- be controverted in the Supremo I II Pretty soon after I got into bed '

i! (r.. .t... n. I cigar: case, Jo another! hi. tobicco l"'I' 1 I rimy eo'.tl: i is 11... hire that -xeiuI [p iorsonhave'liid S Court, and probably overrule! .!. After our '; wife said : my. :
..acAGwtdl l 5'L'\ "" tw \ (\ an-l t ch:irgi'd hi" brother Henry with 1 llleir enrs and noses froren. I 1
i \! \\\ latch k<-y, with }St-t met ions to d.livtr i 'I he'gav s-eiion, however, i is in full bl.iM. I recent experience, this is the rock to be Why, }husband, wbat is tbe matter with

after nil tray over with due !salomi.itv '!: The 1'ie-idont's hit{ reception took plat avoided. t tTun I you. ? You act strangely! '

j ltlel.el. the landlady.! The dock at I length: 1, 'I: I lea eretiin_, and teas truly I n t hiilihnl nl I.:nr.. -...- .- f fI ''fllf 's nothing the matter wilh me,' said 1 ( 1 r.'r

.- flcven.and; at the nine lOo\l1rnt'lle !, Ail the i public apartments of the White CONC.KEC-; !<<-,-In the next Cone i 'nothing at all.'

i I TAMPA FLA.ITU.f. informed that aecb xx"<:s: at tIle J..VH.- Houso hixe just I'v-n ,,,fulni i ,II"'! in iii ,I !fires. \\'hch is to meet on the 4th of March 'I'm sure there is

: .attMlJ to all j I merely aaiJ.1 am lea.lr; and u1\\'t.'ll! i i inn st clej:int style, and they were fillnlI l t Iho Republicans will hive: in the Senate! said she, 'you ,don't ;
promptly, act
"\\Y\ trusted to hi, care. ; elf to be conducted) t II'the vehul, in I xxith 'a V4-r)' J.aiu.tishJ. : .'i'inp; .ny. The forly-thiie \'ot9. and the supporters of the natural at all. !Shan't I get up and. ;
r wmh! h':! gotviih Ilii brother, hioth i : Pi ;ith get something for ?' .
'WConairntuoilib; pectfullv ; : 1're-i.lcnt I w sin -xcvllentpirit!t!', and 1 eon nt only nine. Cole lakes the seal you ,

+,,... I. August, :. jl following on behind! in other- i l versed with leis u-uil atT. ilil)'. It xva ; of McDou;_nl ; Fern that) of Foster ; Mor- 'And she got tip lighted a candle, and !
.I r \' "'" at th.t trigtcal-p )f, ahort in every it..)pecta most r'ca''Int p-ulv. ,j..lIlt..t. of Lane; ;' Drake that of Puownrankling cntne t) the bedside to look at i '
anxious delay of -one OHm >n''' took I Tie bills: fur the itdmi,ion of Xebra-ka. ; tint of Hsnis ; 'Co>rlt-t tht of f the me, shading ,
JERUU.NS -\\1TEll ., after which th>y were joined !by Ii.e : and Colorado into the! Union, as States Nesbiih, !and Cameron th t of Cowan light with her hand. 1 1

1; i an,1I'I'f.' (r"nt.; 1+.. Little wa5nid! on e'th. i j, have: pivHl high IIou.---, )but by a mall '| In the neat hou-e, supposing the election I 'I know there was something! strango. t +

r ''''---, SADDLER ![! -do: but Ii%-(j.\1!(', with customary deco. ,, ntaj}'riiy.t The! > bill rnnnot rommtnd: a i vet to bi> held in California, Connecticut about you,' said! she ; 'why you are sober.' t r k

: thed U-ars.: ( two thirdvetoa'"ler! being vetoed as, tllewi:1 .v Rhodo I.land. Ientlll'knnd, Tennessee Xow !this is a fact, and wife will -
; j(I endeavored to piservo de<*ft' ;I : hi, 111:3.wct.'k. I to make no changes in the present 1.aan"p'iof my
Allarnesz Jfaker, l.utt hi. h swear to ; so don't you slander me
slight! twitching; in moat i, DALLAS I, parties, the Republic-mis+ will have one any
i j -- atteuJtoanv butinevtiu II ('ye 'ows proc;3im J his inward figi-; -- -'.- | hundred and torty-two rotes, and the ; mote by saying I Il \'eo't been to bed sober
:: sup
e e. ITTill <>.i and tlippaU-h. I I A'i honest! 1'hiladelphi.i German got t! porters of Mr. Johnson forty-seven ; that I in six month!!, because gave!
to fix Mattrc****; as (' ;-. ;, having now i i 1LO, the ..
'part-d : nece-siry: preliminirie : i excited over an nc:olntof nn elopomenti say, Republicans: count 1G'' .
than it tan Le Joni Ux-lir -. settled! ], and -prc-cribod neory more then 1t thirds; ] I
: i i of a in irric the > An Australian has
.t all times d lay hop, liB ( | ili,4 gone ihrough, tho weal! *. I \ I The 1"'plllllIC9nllla\0' harnessed a kangaroo i
the .trr<.t, an.! a litter East al qua mv life! runs:: avay mil angler man's vie! therefore, during .
Store. i'I n xxa: put : '\Yillthoa have this .xvoinin I I, the remainder of Mr. Johnson's! term, i in and mada him turn macbiner'f: i J
. 1 vile'! shako him of her '
out hroecLe1 she
IIERHMANXTUBI willY wise 1 i' 1 j both Houses of Congress, more the: \ ; When the animslficts lazy tbe sharp and: ':f

b t'.1'. r P', %- t.*., tJtl'tr ,- :1;, ',g..'. .. : : I 1 ".,m.' _- zM ( be mine fidler, mine; Gut: i enough; volts to pass all bills o'er.the'clo.. I of a pin makes: him industrious. l f f

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-- [Special Corre.pOD Jcnc of the Baltimore Ga- and car.ied her into another room. A dOleD
ltdvucale the Fluilda1III
to IlirttSUit 10 .
: Rail hued lo Tampa-Exrccd- Mijelit: &eU.] doctors were in attendance, and every J mt
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't TllE..FLUiID1 11.1, Mrnnjrc Conduct.Tbere view of ail tb"'e facts, shall the peo The Radical Prof ram me. expedient that science could suggest was ',

j L u a time we know not when- pie ot Tampa, who of all others should feel WASHINGTON, January 29, 1867.-I tried to restore consciousness to the fair, '

TAMPA. 1 A point v" know not .where more interest in this matter thnn any oth have frequently, in the course of this correspondence young form lying so strangely still in illg.y 1,1
That maik the Jeetinv ol men,
'" assorted thai it was a known toilette. All was in rain. She was !
ATUBD4Y. Fobrnnrjr 93 ..167.'Wit To glory, or de l.air. erJt.Io'1 mit lb" matter to slumber, so far as I
impossibility, constituted l u this Congress dead. A smile upon her lips; flowers in I 3
R.I Km.,* ill... l'ni. J'A. Alexander, inreference they are ('Oll.\III..tl. till it pa'Ers beyond be I '
--- --'e "- -- i -- now is, that any conceivable plan can her hair Of the scene I cannot convey i

I .. lo insu' spiiituul interest ; mid their ;gia-p' ? Hut the que-lion, may be devised, as a finality, which could receive an idea ; such agony as that I witnessed :

it is equally applh.able to individuals and asked, "'What! can we dot! The war has a conttolling vote ; and the action upon ou Sunday morning in the robing room of t

.,.. mmuuiiies in the. temporal affairs of.life:, swept away all our me:,""." True, lh". war the measure of Stevens simply proves the the Garlenbaugeselbchaft is too dreadful {\ ; t tto

total 1 inability of the dominant part to recall-loo sacred to lleacl ibe. Tb gay :
and from all
there h
dV how individuals are now, desiroye fcwepl many '
many dispose of the great question of pacification melted away in breathless horror- 1 '

'I UIP! )(. GAIUSOX. E.q., it our Agent atBrootsville treading the vale of poverty and obscurity, their material power lo accomplu any nothing more and nothing less. stricken h'irry-within a few minutes the : '

FUu, and U authorized to leceire'm4neJ 'Miajging their slow lei-glh alung"shortly thug, I'Ulil has l lft them Mill their trro'uI The programme of the section of.which spacious ball room was silent and empty; ,: __
for subscript ion* and advertising, aDd
__ '.receipt for the MID*. lo be covered up in the grave of forgetfulness p<'wtr. if they vill but exert it ; acd thatis Stevens is the leader confessedly demand of all the 'Hesperus' members and theirguesU to ,

I ,.. -"nnhonored unwlp\ and unsung; all that is necessary in this case. Thereis three things, namely l : none but a handful of mourners remained ,.
New A4vt'l tbcmcnta. 1. The removal of the President! the behind to watch over that which

Law Card-S. C. Craft who have not, at Eons period? of life bad capital in abundance, awaiting opetiingi- selling aside of the present State governments half an hour before had been a happy wife l

;Ordinances -- fty'Council. an opening in, 'piovidence presented to for investment. All that is necessary i it of the South, and the remodellingof and mother. I bare now witnessed three ; j .,

Land for Sale-C.:S. BeynoUs.Tb them for rising to.wealthtohonorto use the assurance tlril"il wil!.pay." the Supreme Court. sudden deaths in bi-ll rooms-tbe first two '

.. fulne&s ad distinction ; yet from a Mr.tnge We ares.ttisfiod that, a general rally of 2. Thai no Southern territory shall be were, if possible even more terrible than I ..

.' Steamer Marvin left bere last Tuesday have failed to em- reconciled as a State until the Federal Constitution the lost. In the first case, a lovely girl
infatuation of inertness!I. ll is forth
,fur.Harms, (Inking in a cargo of our people upon ttubjccl. selling itself guarantee to every 'loyal'citizen was shot through tbe heart by the man i ;
embrace it I A* with individuals so with i in resolutions or otherwise the practicability within the Union the ballot and )
beef, cattle at )Janatt' she was engaged to ; in the second, tbabelle q -

coma unities. Whil-l, the (city with nil and great importance of this enter-: education, and, to the negroes, land be of the ball was burnt to death before I I" t1 -

!I The Field A Fireside publisher now her wealth her gorgeous paUce, her spires\ prize, would enhance. ihe value of real estate sides. her garments, which had caught fire whilst '
' ,at Raleigh N. C.,}is an old familiar friend I. and 3.Tbe franchiement of every man at she was being whisked the fire tf
beholder past
Jisoni-.lietl I in open
and steeples ; in Tampa at least fifty percent a ,
and a great favorite' with many especiallythe the South complicated in any manner in place could be torn off. But the tJIIgical. t

young, on account of its interesting exists only DOW in hHory, ; the humble short time. the late civil war: and the confiscation of episode yesterday morning is rendered i I ,I. : I x 3

and we'l written .stories and unpretending: hamlet or \ill g<-- l.y ,' Florida, and especially South Fla., i is now his properly, even lo the extent of ignoring more melancholy than either by the remembrances :1' ,. .

... the public spiiil of her jH-opk', promp'iug attracting more attention abroad, titan any ; I the pardoning; power of the President.' \ that two little children, the i ...
The Florid ian Journal come to us all has the'I I '
This in its enormity,
\ plan, eldest not three old are I left mother.. \
'. this week greatly enlarged and much im her lo embrace a favotablv cpming! in other late ; ,n-queiilly, both emigration ; of HI least seventy-five members years '} I
support less by the of a +
11 proved in. its.- nppearan e. This,, the. oM.! providence_. bas arisen lo aMonisli! the and capital. will shortly bt-zin.' to flown ol ihe Kadical representation.. Those who, London Telegraph consequences wallll'f'- I. r t

j est Ddws-paperin the State way the great wOIl.1 with the richness of her commn, i this direction. Let UA therefore, wisely earful( of llie I recoil of (public .:nlilDl'nl. tld .- -

... "cplor-bearer" lo time Democracy, before linking, hei>.>elf( to evtr tii.iit: with. her .mitiiMpilfihc. au-pici s future, and bo rea.ly the crushing: power of I popular reaction Dress, Fashion:. Ac., Good News m ,>i< "t-, a ,,
the wa< It has ever been, as il still iA, whenever the+e measure* shall be attempted 10 Fathers and Yemng. Haabaudn.We .'4
ably conducted. Hade, and gla.lt-ninp: every |liner with her 1 10 pluck for golden apple "o noon as our and into I.-r t
to forcibly
practically put
TIme. rrtlWtions b iVi b--"i ( give the following extract on this .'
-leiiin M. e shall .. into viable form.We .
Tbe Tallahassee Sentinel "i prom 4I i-ountry pa n execution, have hesitated, to follow the subject, from an Exchange. Dress and : .
I drawn forth ('0111 the strange\ ; and unnnccountable give route extract! bearing lead of Stevens in ibis instance nevertheless (
fses shortly to 'enlarge. This too, under \ upon I fashion have become a perfect mania, allover .J

tbe management of ill pre talented editor silence and appment indilFcriiueminifeted I the, future of South Floiid.i, which \vu clip demand : our land, since the close' of the war, ,
the ot the! ptuple.of' 1st. The reconstruction of the Southern with the female portion of I ..
on part ) Gum ihe Fcrnnndiiia Courier our population ti tiopposed
is conducted.liECOKSTatCTiox. :
Capt.OuVER, ably Slate in virtue of of
: an act Congress repu We il had reached, its
\ sup ctof Hail llo.nl seine before -
the to
T.I on j'" a
-- in pa, The Macon Messenger! of January 23 J. dialing their existing statue\ as Male, andan the bul
war ; our recent the j
trip .
from .
It would up
\ seem While of forfinanceciing
this note
men, sumo '
place says : 'Pamiii!; I by a. store\ ytstciday, we admission or the power of Congress tortgul..le country convinced us thai it has increased, a,
our numerous Exchanges thai Judge Shar abilities, in other xution of noticed supply of as large and the rigblofkufTiage th.rein. 'I
: | orange, at le st, ten fold, ,iRe,. The following is .

key of )Ii". ,Gov. Orr of S. C.. Parton&of I the 8IMle.lt't'lI\ bc awake to the importance beautiful M wee imH| >rlcd from Cuba, 2d.1he eternal piohiltilion to hold even the conclusion, which we came to, in our .

Ala., and Marvin of Fla., have devised anew of llm subject, our t people here at which we were told wire Floiida oraii: v*. State officer of at least four-fifth of tboeople observations upon the subject, while there '
It wa" a Umptiu2 display. of horticultural! I of I hose Stales-and "That whilst the fathers ;
of restoration but will wail husbands
pIAn we
; b-.me, seem lo be asWp' upon it. While trophies( which opt-n to FloiiJan promisea 3d. The restriction (under test oaths) ofrepii'erilation '

and tee bow 1h'i.* plan will be received; by in Middle Fla., we werefmvquently I aked. golden a* the }ttluw fruit Tli.il. Slate' in Congress, and all Feder : straining, to every reriiperatettheir nerve and exerting fertun; 'r ,
power depleted
Congress before we publish it. We have "llow is the Roil Koitd fepiiil J with } ouT now co raii|
little idea that the Iladic&t will ,,'ill. in rev turnout the :'uuth.lhiwrrn. eyu :
Congress rely yeatx, enormousroH exertions
"Are the people of Tampa alive 10'tl'l: favorable lo tgUimulel I IJtl'm upon the' t i
.' of fruits and! thc'e! pb ns I confers can see \
accept it. IM'jiical gain great 11 H-II of fa.h on nnd) dress of a/nusetn*''"
_-- .-. opening now presented to them I'1 wealth in'I lithusinrM., It will I If H little bul this practical .lilfieii:<. : Tliat the Utter tend 1'1 'a""r.l'tt." Hut le-l weI.Ih IaviUMd r

Ferry Acrosa the Alnfln. &c. That it it an au! |>ii-iou+ time for Tampa > IOU prising lo find the, light; land of ilxPeninsula from its hyKN-ii-y| and arm"idi<'tiMie worth as mui-lt a"lhtSl I clrairie is the' more mi>. hiou- as pioini-mi. ; Hlonger .J'
that old and in this which if | i. age"Wt will demist and
We learn with pleasure rur now to move matlt-r- give ibe extract o"A lItnled : i" +
l 11t1l.1 in tI"'t'", ; l but in our judgment, delay in a final I IIleI"U"I. The r
respected lellow eitiz-n, C pt. L. G. LF." embraced l and improved will place her | to.SHOUT .
U will Mjon IH I the txtr' i former though its! mote IIDIILed an>,l morn .
LEY, hAS esuLIi..hed a ferry across the Ala MrK "r. .-The New York :.
among the first titii-s: of the Gulf-none i honest ulitn; tsnl. is -alciilaied' to anni"e
fist river, on the route fioin this place to \\\1If1' much gratified fee I that the : >p-ak of the. latest style of short dr""s

I Maoalee. This will prove great convenience an doubt, who will look at thu facts c?nnecied t'nhll'i."I p"ejected' f fur the driveloPaulcnt ) 'i,,, the 1 Jietiple! lojijnyl "p'prerimatn'iiutIbe Ilurpulitiralcon.iihots : as already in genera) use on Uioadway.Actoiding I.
\ ol t sad 11..1
to the travelling public, especially\ In with, it, ph'l"rly. | of the rcoiiriea of our State are I : to the Herald theytare very ,

those scores mina hundred, who arc, and! The great, public mull ret demand.! the already allrading\ attention! iUIIt'( North I incHpacily fact, now patent of the to political every tricksters one of tin in utter liongrrss I.I ular both with ladies and gentlemen.I .

will be looking out location for settlement. shortest, quickest and the cheapest route rut ciiie. *.,. Wi- clip I the following Irum the to deal with the momentous flut'S..1 I I'I I :be former. doublle! on account; .

All praise lo the enterprising and public Huston (\lt!..s.) Pltnemnn : convenience, and with the latter on .
tions (whore hem.lc"il "
front New Yoik, the Gteat Anu-iifan Em I I ( I -
spirited Captain. Tin..* FI... .I.I Canal and Inland rian' :ground of eCUIlOlllV.. Tie .old style .
|>nrI > .8, voted) with the rnajmrrity ,, '
: : -rr..-.. po.iutn, to all the Gulf tidesUmiite.lStairs many' trailing akuts, which in their \ '
1lt'\ln I Company |IHOI''c! looped up more Ihi occasion the that the swept rain "
on on pound
W. I i
EMIGRATION TO SOUTH FLORIDA- Mixteiii: and outh Amviican. "lIlhl' ilaic f the
: than four hundred I I t> streets, went not r
miles of inland navigxlioii only ,
bill was too lenient 10 (he Southern people.Mr. I
this who
are told by a gentleman of place Thin abject h.i been' "ten, fell and :2'Il, U-t ween Stvamuahand) Jupiter In Julian although votingln the minority very inconvenient and tedious lo K>ok at,
bas recently been on a trip into tike country but --naive to
keep in
ted the Mexuan 1 hence let. The whole" : of I the E *t col t Florida I tlecrnt l im.-
that it is estimated tbat about one rVer since' w..r ; r \> I was: of ibis opinion ; but, like the old i One hundietl dollar trails ,..
Isavr been .icd. Thvgieat exieinlin; S'Miili into a strictly Uo| i- orthodox Presbyterian when told that w- were very gore:
thousand families have settled in ihe four many, ii uis *iig?i I in .
I geous drawing rooms and tbe
cal climate I'V culling less than eight on
Counties of HilUborough Polk. Hernando. Nw hits louulhi, ...uli: \\'es'tro'I cording lo even Universalisis'balu-la oul of I3i users and velvet but sweep
miles tlf canal mush and carpet, MS brooms
ihioiigh praiiie, might be punished with" fire and brimstone t
Manatee since the war closed; what a vast i \'IIilli.i; an-l t S..itIIH-HI'. i.n 8 ee .mJ lown will, be accessible lo :steamers of four feet 5.UUU while oljecting lo' too to sweep ditty "ireels! they excited luora
'I year great
toe l furnihcdtboaesetkri
must than
amount provisions the NCM UtUana .I.II Ciii:. :.inali( l..iil: o..J, ,It afl. leniency, reluctantly! admitted 'lEal it was disgust admiration, and beide gave
from this
one point, Tamp-i, veiy flattering blows to 9
iiaMOW ilie of all 'belter\ than nothing.' yr\n pVlhoric pock _
during the present year. | :u rduirkrrt, as jet A letter in the Siuannah, *VfW, from el bookWe IH'ook| || with interest to '

\\'., bear also, thai a short lime sin e .tf-ud} ; ban! no': ,b.- f/ietijnt t'fo'r tianstortuioii | an 11'."-ni ol the, Ilivani 1..I..gIKII h Lin, Generals The Chronicle Sickles of this morning IleinUelinait claims I see our western ladies adopt the style.- .. ; "J

there were tr nly'eight fnimilirs encamp anti fieiijlil: in cuii.>-qut.-nve of the who i i- now in Sou ih Floii:*. 1-ay* lh.it I Sheridan Grant Thomas Orel The New Yolk Herald says : 0.- '
accessions :
as recent -
ad on the North bank of the With loo.cie of the. is 44Nothing can be
gteal iiifijuaiiiy of the ditleient grades: of' part coiinliy destined before I to the Radical party. This wholesale apf more comfortable, more
enable to cross, coming to ibex in,in,% Jf'ar10 ICI-MI. willi the rir1m.t West becoming and more convenient than
f the
the several 1 1...it llna-1 I \tra. k4, req'iiiin: propriation of high name: l elides being a "
counties. Inf the | sigt: of feebleness, is wholly referable lo the'rereot 1 latest style of small crinolines and short .
with thee facts before had in consequent.e.' Iou many cli.tojftof: I trails.Thi tint-si ai.J fiuus dresses. Ladies "
Why, item you jiiHtitic! tropical 01"t'el vJesem 1 accession' of General Thorn can DOW walk without -

as well attempt'to dam op the Mis is ip route ii also t-ul-jett to obstruct\ bin. iJt''ivn. visitor here. It was no news lo be is informed sa! a diag;ling their skirts, and tide in cars and :: !, l'

pi with a shingle' as to prevent R.il and consequently, d-lays, in the winter" -- ....._. .--- of hisUndiciilikin or of that of General ommbun-es without: taking op three limei ". |.

Road from coming bere. A Rail Road I season so I thftl' lie ;cd'uc'att'Ilwl route, Sheridan. With regard lo the others tb the amount of space' for which they pay. w
like a modem politician will follow the THE ONLY WAT OCr OK fuot'utF.- Some women with large ankles have *
Chronicle falsifies the record complained '
crowd. are about giving! over in de-jmir of ever I The Uiclimoiid: TYwrt ntiili.fully renolk, : ... of the last fashions the '

.. milking: that the route. Uevolulionarv patrons tequire} :strong; an I An Awful Warning.- ground! that the Iluliet': feet are upon con ., I-
City Improvements.' Listcar: the que-tioll -emed to l edfiiniifly li.lole! \ Milinini-iercd' II.)' a fearless hninl How sadly true that 'In the midst of nIy dii-p'ayed' but we lava I yet to learn ( .1

f "We are gratified lo tenr ag/m, in our 'I'll.| Risen.eul Fietich. i-ocilly were Mil>>- i life in \ that it i is any more indelicate for ,
1. ... positively and furi-tcr settled! upsuu I we are death. Death lurks, it may a lady to .
midst, the numerous hummer, SAW and dnod by a Na|>oli-nii in Ih..la of IJ..licnierre .... show herfeol than for
be how ver, unseen! and unfelt, in Agenlltman to show i
the Marks
St. It glared
planes going; it indicate lhaC our_ peoplere ioule. was and lmion. I Long befo e that j pa-sing: ; breeze.: In time gay and crowdedi every Ire" and gentlemen have been displaying: :,. lj l\\ '

about gelling' their Van Winkle nap tlm,1.the1'antlesbiltsthe great Sleambuxt j I lima England had.found} repose and glory i i assembly' of the ball-toorn, intoxicate.Ji their pedal extremities these thousands of f.r ;, _

out, and are anticipaiing the great march men, had adopted it and would immedintely i I miller Ciomwe.ll. Hi-lory will have lo berepeiled | willi music and with mirth ; 'as well as in year without censure or remark.;; ; l S A

of improementdl'llineJ lo bo witnessed put a number of Sle.ttners on the in both I Kn-jliuul: : inn] Amoiica be the M>liiary' chamber: ; in the crowded .... )i.:
here in the next two or three year It i. fume the evil wliich!. atll.ci; us will bu nb.ied. BOSTON.da 23. The '" j
ihorou hfities of the [ Ladies' )
line ;but lids Imbbje loo, soon l l'UlstM.- : ,; busy city, as well as Anti '
our settled conviction, that such i is he ilea- is *! in the Deluded forest ;glen ; i ins time mart of Slavery Subscription Society held its Thir .h :
JN'oio it aid that Vandetbills\ haveadoptedJhe .
of hat old The doctrine f relf is ibiid
I i> i
tined progress our city, an res. ;government very!" I trade and time board of ty Anniversary meeting '
eager; upon\ to-day. A
idenl leaving now and leluinin; tine Ctdai Keys route and will bi'.uiiful, in theory, but the beauty of I the t I.Hlun. ns well as at time House of cpecu God slim attendance. Wendell Phillips said f. I
years hence, would no! know the place- shortly put on M line of Sic-iiner Nowwe :'I .iheoiy i* desitoird l 1.y I the. atrocious prate: 111re, i here' deal ill i following at our Iledsilll""lly that the loath must be kept up to tbe I h y. ,... :
could not find his home. Fate, if you will |i lices! of m.i'letied: factions The old : el of devotion and j
do nol pretend to be well posted! in lhee MJI as ni our own shadows, to sacrifice roauifested .
bare it that way', has K ordered it I. and if i I I in:: thnt 'all gineiiinicni*-derive their power t. thiusi! his dart the eager the South. If thepeogle by ..:
matter*, but we' do think that it doe nA :1 fio'ii, lh.ron. at command l of time AImi. were permitted) "
who are beie no", thcuub our ineiloes -t.nIOftbe ijovfined, liasi to down
we, ; .>.liiy.' plow then in view of this should come lo the level where. -
fail to carry opt its decree, others, will I require very comprelien intellect tos.ilify i:i not been tiiif fora :longtime I in America, {;i ;;iJI)' man live We present ns follows I Wilson trod instead of being kept Uerfry c

be bronghlbere; to do it for u*. Among;' any one of the total impractiitbility | ; i and; where llie min notice be.tutifutbousegomgupoutbesite ; aoften their I ,change t
other improvements a ; ns nnsfiupulon* lead '" of five thousand
of ever making; C kllr K-y4 a Gloatsloping ,' Jw .1 nil-,;;:, and an appropiiata a'lmollit on. vole would re-elect Andrew : .
I .
c'iO'i-e ilii-tale J
of Col.! MAU* 10 snh a -nt will .
govt.rnm' While I the lie.'l\tumLs of fowls I Johnson! and Seward
set old residence] by Dr. DCA>CH for his point-I'i1n.I'ql1..nll, i if that com' I I let. inye; wiih every moon -anil genet :illvh i O"eauof [beer were" dioappearing in these and I t enough to get them Ha said was politiciAn't '

daughter M... GLOVER, who. bas already\ pan should xdopt it as their_ protege; they I .:ingf for illwfiKe; for, lo u-ea homely' fp.nlmeiil: the th.ilswere all clear- get Johnson out of ibe not wu must

an inteiesting and increv-ing: whool going will:! soon ,,abandon il lo its nntuial and i inevitable i illu"li.ilion, whenever' ant l Uiils I all time' ,| eJ out of the concert room and being about him, but because we need way p his to punish .
on, on the piemise Mr. KRICBCLE nl Iso,, (.I'e.' Thgreat question i is tin.teI I fi sot h, acting and impairs, mateiial comes to : htlt: -pat twelve dancing commenced shortIv from. place lo work ?
h;... 'o'd bum l hut- the In the ,
has torn down-not *, top. revolutionary movementsin I Tbe .
his o'.d! residence and upon its foundation i I fore, now narrowed darn lo I the adoption (mot I. Oli' : Kn: "laud and) ibis c0untIV, we those lo be lernble brought; to an untimely of close ty' the Supreme Presidenthe Court added i is a t-aitor, any 1 ..

is rearing a most beiuliful dwelling. Resides j of one of Iwo point. Tampa or Charlotlti's !I4CbernpainfulhHurl humiliaiin.
these, ,thete ate many olhei'imjuove j Ilaibor. In conversiiion with a <-ilhoA'( Hue itisthit I ; the from Is comesj by which one ', at I least custom tile Goveinroent and must absorb, "a' _
tneuis in the way of new palings:, tic, some inteliiGrntgendetnan.upinuntryup1l j the top' whenever' ihe liars of ",,!ili"1I1 ;, compv-llcd! lo every feast save it. ,
( skeleton CISCIXKATI
lo for of I vtiy agitation kindled. The virtue inl accept for Mj I Jan. 2j. The t '
of which seem sterna a want" J are <-llirgence Coast. of
1l on this subject, be remarked : ''If your j neighlwr.; >> A very charming and accomplilied.oung Trade has adopted the
lumber and by the by; will nobody take and central!
; wi-al.h of this country are today : lady, the wife of system ol 1 :
bold of a.awmii) entelpmizetonlret ihe t people of T.impa wnnl this roadthey can Ernest von elling grain'Alld changing the i
j at I the mercy of time rabble! and (he i: 'iWleiilwrg, the editor! of the Wiener Ze- f'[ barrelsof flour of
demand for lumber it if will take trouble to two hundred f f1I
future rapidly increasing; get ; they only to pounds
I stung, was the
i same will be true of England if that leafing supper room with 1I which take *
j effect
it would _
here Properly managed, retforth its piacticabilUy and ils remunerative : party her huibaudinteudingto 1 Board September 20th. This :, 1. 'i

now evidently .p" ".' ; of which John Uri bt's selfish ambition While, : return home.I .- recommends! others, to adopt Sep- .
in sufficient crossing ball
.. advantages, a light to I' I rootn where a leinbor 20th, instead of March l
make him the leader succeeds 1st for i
the kin brilliant
Gen. Phil Sheridan. has wade his came convince capitalists, whichthey doubtless ns amis'being played, a friend change. l

ring over tbe land by his refusal to allow can do easily, but. if they give it the 'cold ;i dred party has succeeded here. j asked her The to take a single turn round the : AtA. Jan. 24& .I$ .... *, i 1:11oTGoMERr R
j room. -Chief Jar
a the citizens of Qalreston, Texas, to escort shoulder or treat it with indifference i I Reason and argument avail not with temptation was too great to lice 11'alkerdeliveemlan! tpremne
passive !i be resisted' opinion in
: so ruriM her } the S.- O
remains of that gallacl soldier G-n. ;ning humous (
the revolution when it has to
replied) th.> Court
their iiy. they mac lose it ; for the advocatesof point her! hiih.ind .h Albert Sydney Johnson ,through and a'de !
: was
oflii: on. Thewaymnen.lPthwithwolr: : ..4, was whiileU off with' ficlognv"rnmrnt under the
His action is lauded by the radical prrss! CharlnitA ll.tibo> are alive to I the impottance great rapidity; ,|I.y \fvtpartner. f lenu-y. The& Cory A .< '
: acts of t .
of ihe country, but receives the just con, of it. Itn.l.I am not sure, bUllh..v m-ol do"s"kihef And li!!eis is time way: to en.1 Pbe had carit-ly ;;lIrll..lf| | round minisira'or* who/; inve-U-d guardians tfnu ad- ,
r damnation of all who honor the memory ol. have. "Irt'rt'llli".J! l uiif of lh. .Uu"t I disorderand! sooner or l later the the huge circle when she i..11|| froth his; anus! U..r..I\'r 1 : r ji.eiveJ jn Ct r..tlc,1I1. :

dt j i gallant .oldi.r.-Banntr. t I lawyers and best financiers in Fla., as their | remedy must come. though itiuck by a thunderbuh.dead.They .-- and all L.DJItJ: transactions money in jjo<>l filth, 1 i
) raised -
her t
''r.J 'r. from the ground gently 1 jidby this deciaiOD. are mad vat l <. _.

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POST OFFICE 'r \: lF.\' \1.1. I Elemu\a: I IN I EhEsIril. : Gne eeJiDfiei3 I E. A. CLARKE, & CO. BALI ()I .; c\\

I : ill I lake no lye lint ihr. ; 1 7

a:; Arrival annual Mf...tiii Io'k Have I just, Reci-iv. direct from! New York Forfeited Internal Improvement ;; i
and Departure of Mails I (:(:,clal Aotttncnt, forming; awmpirtcanti
\ OFFICE HOURS t"I.I..r" of ill1 Tamp Lo-lge RuiMinsCompany ; o in wSTOCK() and Swamp Land./ I I j

: will ho J.-!1d on Mguday the lllh W M.S. SPENCER 9'ilL !purchasers of the following dencribedL 1
f Prom 8 A :M. I 1
to 5 P. L. daily. SCSDATS OF rccrs.Con f
)lot mt9 JL1L ..f MarchA. D. 1867. .> belonging! to the Internal ]ln pro ve- .
CLAP.KE <::5. ?'rr.9'h lIa' Jut! U"'h'f'd"" :i fri'.li Supply I meat Fund having failed to pay the bonds given -.. r t
:, MAILS DUE: E. A of i ien I Ming in [art of the following' articles for the credit lustullnunts, said land will

'Wednetdays and Saturdays at 6 P. :M.3gMtiIail Tampa: Fe'' 'G;. n. .f! be offered for Side at the State Land Land Office "t, >

r lL and 251L each month. (WF.UIES: in Tallabatoee. on the Ut day day of ;
Such AS Manli I'X. at the risk of thn parchaiei unless 1 ,
:. MAILS CLOSE Consisting in part of Calico said bond with '
interest'and o-t: ol advertisement -
1 8 P. M, Wedtetdayt and Sunday. I. 0.0.F.. Flour Print t, are paid I before lLJ.1oJ : r

JOHN F. FLETCI1E1., P- N. (iil1g'lam Is llra t.lxr+o CorsTf.UeS .
Copse. Merinos Mus
Tampa, Fb.2
f will offiitfurealetothehightitbi.lJcrfurca.hat Jaconet, h w i asMusi 11,.4'MOacie*. entered by Kphraim; Blitch.

my Store 93 bar<* of Stuck\ in II., U'III4'r. y iii, Vic. Lawns, The N. W i of NY W J Sec. 3*. T. 18, S., R. ,.t;
i! a bDcrtisrmtnts.I Tampa LougeBuildinc C"mrall-rt"lliiiul. 11'.1. Irish. Linen, Hal! t ?el, 17. II, 4 ,I .. ranting from to 40 ..h.re* each AI.... 1 lot : Candy, Silk Humlkerchu-f-( Fancy I The N. .1l of lS W J N>e. Si. T. 18. S., R, 17.C +)

I in block 9, in the City of Tampa; ulh. Neek1'ie'i EJtt'ing..ln- 4K13 crf/.entut-al by Daniel Edward. .

S.O.CItAFT. 1853. nortiou YtlvrtA (limpTritn 1 he N. K; 1 of S. E. } $"e. 23, T. 2ft, S., I". 17' i
i i i4 II... Si Iltrl"h. / E. < n./r;
This propertv offered for ale to pal tiiinasi: :Hiirtiiisr* Sheet mc": .t: 40. i8 eenteredbyJam.-aA.Akxander. d y
dol M. of theT'aiiipa Lode l; No. 7,1.11. 41. F. Tot.U'C('. HrillillJII-It..ndl'.I.t: : L'nblriuli- I The NVE J of N. }: J bee. 29! T. 20. S?.. 11 ;

,r ATTORNEY AT LAW. which were accumulated in eon .qticnceof th-. "e' ,. Corn <>d-Marlliuro A Hickory :-.tlip.t i *, 17, };:, 0.(,5 acren, entered by.James A Alexan.I..r I

r .members the Lodge failing to pay Iheirdui fonder I>eninI4l'ieliotr. i'hctLe I I. Scotch I'lnid /: '

Tampa F\'l. ccordlnc to the ConMiiution of the (irdcr.C J\',' Jeans, Ca-n, >KM* Flintit-K) Bonnet: iy, | of Lot No. 4, Cth'ct and the S. E i ,

L. FR1ECELC:, Treasurer' o .(; T rr..I)' Kihbon: i..alks Relic: Button, of/N! K: i and N; E i of .N E i ec. 5.,T, 21. P.:, I:. +

Ruing engaged now fully in the practice TrapaFcb. 16th. ids, \'As:; also OU \\ \\\\ ]1IIIII"r.II".t: .)Hoopskiit*, Ladi** und (;lvn. 1.:; 13 .21j acres' entered- Ly J A. Alexan..1tr : ..

of Law, 1 will,Ittendto an\:Iuil.e18 entrusted U'ti-nri'! Ilomurv, Gluvea', Collars! ha.tt: '

to my care la the Southern _Judicial Circuit O.l1at"r"! '" : io..,t. 1I.its Ac.. Mii-iti .t lu: ,\* shoe .tCoutc : lilt The S. W J of S. W J fee. 17. and IheS. E J-

Notice. Frtctoty TCrR.l.; 1'.lIII."ul.! rnder.Overi: : Lllci irtX.&A (If X: E 1 we. 18, T. 21! I. b., It. 17, E, 79.31acre. : .

: Office : In the X. E. Room, in of the *, vtili-iedbv' aninel G. Friei-son t
f : Tampm Book and Drug Store. rear H.Kit" i *I.n. s. 1t..lIi-l.' p. & a, & ii.e S. i 1oSLate,31T.21.S: : r.. 17

1I l'aut-. Shirts' Cot <-ry. IVr- Biidl: JIII. Halter E.. and the Wid the N. W f and N.-W J of
\ Tampa, Feb'y 23rd 1860. If. ITfill be Bold in front of the Court > Snddlr*. *. Mart inp
I in IJrooVillo, on the tint nionday i fani.'rv. TinVch wnr... (;:11'- 1 airs, (;i i.the, >I i.i -rup'', Bni-u: A Jfrxi- *-. W J 'ee. 5, and tho I I' }: and N. E, I '

t ; March next at the u.ual l hour* ol sale, '1'w 11.1. C"II''''. Cali- can fpur-, llnr-ie CoILIra.tc.; : Ac,, i of r. } 'Cl". G. and the S. E; J of N. TV J and/ e
ORDINANCES end the t., ,, ''i..t N E J of S,1V J sec. it. T. 2-J: r 17 e. 3' j
lute l Xo. and 3 im.rovemen| oe-. 11.l"kr1'
;; ,. n Vb ilJJ. ) entered John ,
b1 I IH liens by Parsons. .
Win. 1'
,.r Jid belong lo the estate of O'r.nt ;
& I
Ol the Council. & .
City Theseof ne j'and nejofgej x 7. irii
of Ur.1.1",10 : tiiiiiiei .
cea*eJ. at the expenae (\ l'oll..t.1111.U! which wolJ undt-r an oidi of Uiel'roHii \ | lie will '..11.,1' fur CASH or Hour J I'M. leaks J .., Axe {'5x<< acie, entered by John ran-on.. f ,
ORDINANCE NO. 19 Court,4fn Monday 21>tday (.(11. ,.. 1..:tl.y nand Country Produce.F ,. Chains, Hoct uy'ltf, n't'Jee I 1
Ih..II..tr hu The e half nf s e J and h w J of s e J neo. S3 "t 4
1 li. k/f
l)r. Stiinifr"bi < 't! jt finlil i -we.1'rac .irawig I
Beit Jttnolred by Ike Cite Council h 9'ti If. T 17, a 16 12u J7-UO .. 1 I
Tampa 1.lr..III".1 l fifty dollarsod having failedcomply "' IIIRCMII.a. 'hetCuuCelt. r e., : acre*, pitied by ', _, ,
in Common Council to"r ",.], That frtnu end -- William Curry, jr.
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witii the trim Ml .. r. I'rui. Ta J i s
after the ftk day of March A. l)., ,lb >7. all HAKKIl/r LO.KlI.UT..1m'x, '. The n e i of II e Kett/ Iron. Pt'i*,
Log or pig of whatever kind or kind found N e ir Gl@ [ loLk ()ret.C.tc 4i() at-ies, enteird by Jackon LwAnders. 1 1

roaming at large in the streets or within the Feb., lath 1MJ7. ..4' 4* *,.. ; TIle n half of n e'qr .,.<". 23T:: 23, a r 19 e., .;"y...,
I limiUof thucity shall be seized and penned -- I i I IT"I.'r tit I :2stMi ac-iw, tuttxed Lv/Gathartne.. A. J'. '.<

1 t.: op by the city Man>hal whose July ..hallioe.l s.d1mt.mi jI f: t.: J: ; r I i, -.. ; i I.: ":1- 1MIY: (;;')'II:;:.JL'STC I[ I[:. 7 < i;;I t

'tipon : rttorrrfu.alof Iheuwurrto apply ( ...1 h I. .t-t.ln.hall of n"w s/ \ ;
, \iitue ,>f un.ornlrrof I1.I'rt.i.n'r t "':1 \ \ '1. \ ,1 1 Ii. I t..w for C cir .. ti. Chin*, SMC*. Rr.'ni. Brass qr -e.2ST23..rl\e. "t F Fsu
IOran.IC'laim and the
i property cityManhal B\, 7y' entered by Catharine A. P. '
pay acre
, of llnii.i"'l"uin\ r. 1 win! ..-ll JII t |.'. B"itnd tiny, (1'o! +u':11'.II I'nk.t) horse I "
i2.''' for each but / .
r f to cause without'l delay a alf or. uf I'llu the same 1 jH-nt up al, .nit,-rv lit .lie hujht bidder, I *'ole tlif <"f!'' l'OL THY PHODC'E( I Nd 1St .h,-- AitMiiht, Axe: lltUti ..te.0rt"1 I ) .I lnan. 1.

t public outcry from ,lhe. pr<.ceedi. ot which llou..lour ,;,11 lii..L!>villf, on the'2i.d in!,'' ,'i,'" t 11I1.a.1, } T.T IJWA it II; The w half of n t/qr and w half of 3 w qr. .7-,'.: a1, r recc.
vale for each '. sobl 1 1hull \\M- in fo'.I.r.t.H" tWxt thefdlnuinCdrrelilt'l(1e.1 l iii -- ,) 21, T :23 a r l, e., 159. 52 (s).acres, cnteiedbv 4 t
f 2.OII, hog >r |pig lie"; :. s
retained the MurrhO.at the t-o-t of the : 11-1 atr) tit f..iln".I.'A lt : 1IIp 1 : Plateni l <..kH-;: '_--iip', C :r..f'rott, ,Allfi Lerie./ !
t of by laid Lo city tlr for the : of :;; E J ..f the X U }. of toC". It, T. 18 part: ,; shirt in:!it-nff. 1/1'1"''v' "Thetf I: qr.1 yt N E <;r. 'I'C. 3d: T 24,5 ft 19, ..
owner I.itt. Cal ,
; | purpose|
the Estate: I:. 5i: aS-tat.40f- eI t'leJ'y; John McNeil! i iTilt' g'
defraying the incurred lh<>rei> and 17, 5-ou h A I'jtfi -lonsinj to '.:1 lirtr / .
.SJ't"III''S y. 1IWJ' :
A.. ; : of X Jl: M T 24. HIt. 1
di-i libation 'f'C.
who shall olirui-t James, H: Allen II.] "<::cu>o..J. for Ny qr. 'It| .
i silt any i j>*ron or persons interfere with the. M rei .,-. Term made \kwvn or. Jay of te.. J Ie Liitne*. Pni! .=T.'\. Hro.ikl.1 it li ...ub<.- ..' Cop*- lyjl:, 40 Xcrr., enterr.I.hy John MeXeill.Th !. i I

1 or mulifiouoly city Jl:> 4 r. W. ALLLN.AilmV.: ,, 1)rers I'.altrrni. / Tia A C...T,.c scla' t IniwU: I'luKeiPncijt19! : ;N/E qr of X S1'qr .*<-.14T21.( :S R 19 I Il
thai his drpulie in the "lIfurl't-III..I,1 of ihr .
I t or F K2. 414W.For 1:0.1: Ti.Ji1hawlo.! '", .'':l'. <;lA! i-w ;\1', -Tiinil.li r a. (;rJIl..I1'111' (?, I :'. na/i: ,W acre, entered) I_ J. McLeo I t
prutWonauf i this Ordinaneo!. .hal!!, t >on con. (
| -- :- :--.\ t'iiii! .. still C..II.\:: Th/X; I E qr of b i: qr -.... 23, T.-21, R 19
r 'riclion thereof It-lore the Mavoi I..- deemed -hirt
. ". I KV.IO ic! L.imjx.GROCERIES.. If., Sl'77-> ant", vtUitd i.'arautl B. 0 old- k
) guilty of contempt ond'ball l e fined or imF <,1. TiH..h.I.'t., it'. ,
priv.'iirdat the discietiuu uf the Miijor.P.t Same IT'ue .. '. '
I : Tie ;X 1S'qr of S 1 J.:! qr <-('. S. T 21. S R 2n I Ir a
I .. x-l I the T Council Jan.26th 31J11lar0 1 Sl II l iC'Ileacbd e+ r
!' acres entered bv James Hat. jr .
A. D. 1807. S. E J of-.c. 14 T. 24: 1 P. 17 S A F. si* 1. .' : Uurn A. t.1I.1.l.. eticr<>McLeJ} .u l>cr< ChJe..l.dnt: HI?+ al. 1tterP; ti The H.q I' c f => E: qr sec. 25. T 2-1. S It !o 4. 1 J ':

E. A CLARKE:, Mayor.v. ... on the Wot ijcof the Manatee li\i: !st>ii", Almond.*. JVi--in, C.m-lv, !-;O'J.I E., 40 ll- '
\ Clerk. just above lie l..n.1. now owned !by Cutnl'bti1; tie. c. I'i.-kl..., Mn>,isrd IVpjH-r, :-: The S W rr, of b \\' qr ,"c. 2S.T 24.( .< I: 2+) 1 '
*. Apph to.the underi 1 "rr,....1. A, .\. AlUS.In TIM: L'otF-c, :S!i;: ir;S":tpClndlrt ? I I I E-: 4111.(111: acres, tntertd' by "-nt. W. Wil .
ORDINANCE412.. JOHN HAULING.T.iinp. : 25 '8-I if lium on. ,
b. ih tf. _- 1.lldl"m..l..in:: :;: & The A : ..' S V,* :u:: T S R
:% F( $ 1S67. 4:J I 1q r. qr, 'e. 24. i.
"'- St it OrJied by tke Tampa Cit.V Contttil -- I 1IAVEJIVT UiyT.lVni; per Stlir. -:-::.i Cncu ing Tobacco: : k/ :2!
( i.l'OlI''Oft cijvntil, eonrrK'J That within 3d ,lah llcU-n" dir.*ct front N<.w fork nndofr Kerosene Oil./ Th. S E qr of S 1: qr \foC. 2. T 2fi, S R 2.JC ;. ,

day from tile date of publication hereof, all le 'lor sal' at the. old Maud of K"\: FI'Y -.t t tt.lt r .AUo- J\.rllrnt-ry. Co'niMj/*, Comb, 40 liMirt+ are cntcre-1 by T. II. Al ritten'.
owner of or asenti for property or town lots FOISa I ,
United! and lying within the purveyed limit : "\rtix'-, :lr ( (sulaetuull, sell 1 BIlI.h..lI.l..nPap' it/Ink: and IN IIiLU-iw.r.ort.n COVNTT. .I .., ;
mtcd 1 Mot-kof\ .
... of tile city of Tampa are required to cut Jown M'I r iri.tu o t li e r / r iir'cItnk' .'. : The+; .S \\' qr'of X r. qr. *?o. IS T SI'S R 17 ? '

and clean up the brush, we-J* and *tnm[*. on I will still du'or ibe f.F.l of S::: E rOx4'0 4I DRY 00/)8, '1I.In, just, r nlend, r we : I 4>i at:to-, niU-io.l bv .1 l ithur DrII. ; '

their lot or Iota, and on failure of the said I I j, and ofNEanl.W'I i ii ; I q I II STATIOXJMY.I CUTI.KHY tl II I'l.'l :The I E; half of ,S \V qr, eat. s>::, 727 S R 20 -
III i a- U 11" lnirr"I
< : vW fi"l
owner or agent M lo do within the time pie- i i I of.N E }. s,'e '.. T.: Srt,,s,.1 Kanu.: 2iI t; SCHOOL noo's.LIXA'S l"t'I"tr. !! .i. E, .1tlll'SElrof X W"jrlol't'.4.T2S..o; It
": I tel"'II( II l ()
scribed a* above .tatt' the lot or !1..1. rn nezlected :S; A Fact, coin.lining 16" Itcr6" ,'a- fin h1 t.i i lii/j I'L..c. ur T..III'I 1 121)! J:.. 120 05-txj; a.-ie*. euUst'l t by lull and, s
shall be subject to such triitl) as the citv aci"1* *>t i i1: p'N'l lIjinnuHk.Ihere .t 7'HV.V/x, / JSII itif (.*.\ll or C niiv 1'u'dn.e.' CI.1l (j 1.\..... i ti '

hall deem jut to acccM there nfn, TV-.riJrdTbat i- a _<....1] IO-.T Loose o.i the land aol ROOK CII/;'WI.\"G\\ TO Pod .>ctor t-i>>fi/'r'-['.'($. a', lily uhl :'IorII. I I 71i 'FgrofNEgrr.e.tTSOSIt20E( ., .

j this ordinance shall not apl.l| ly to a p.'o.l fence aiounj the iiild.Applv .. lU' ceo AltAMAXTIXEj / .' un<-rc-f \V.i:uiii ,ioii it M iiion Surtl' .. I;, 40 :.ij'(-< 1'IIII'r..t l bv William D >wnian.

i Inch Lot or 'Lot a* hare never heretofore to C.IX/JI.HS. PBlFlj- Tltm.I. FI! Nov. if. 71ieV qr of'S E qr *ac. :G. T 2S S R 22

been cleared or eoclo cd.Passed OAKEYMANSFIELD.For //; /,' }". MATCH- / 10..20 E-, 4!- 19-Cv entered by James !.4. lIar-

l the Tampa Citj Couixi! Nov.T3t6.1866. F..L.ltb.. 2! !t Fri .(T. rd L IN CotNTT.

: i .(,e.ons'iiv "C.C FUIEBELE7 3US.\HE 4
E. CLARKE f I ] Tl.e Lot X o. :3:, ec. 10 TM. S P. IS E. .'
Mayor. ale 7e of the ';; I'I.i I t lee wi.h: wili. pL-a-e- : 5.: 23 ou a<;res, ( (' '- William; II Joho>on. 1lu
W. C. BROWS. City Ct- k. I ,;ire me :i (:.,ll. !. I1ti rCtHJ: :d..., jt and -]>! ...idid :::to.-: ] (;II A. COR.E\;, .. 1

IUHn11:0"10.: Rt'jji-U'r; ( of l'uLlit'L'I"J.I. -
\\fill be fold at fatr'e.! Fl.T! on Mot'd)"y hI I Seplctnirr, 1- ., 0rt; ItMCPIte !/ I4
Fo.Sale 11" of March nest the p upe j .y known .i- I ; 1.. : ___,__ _. ___ FALL&WIXTlri.TO I NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. '
. M1LI>;. .i ual..1 Bi'i.Vn; Ci.-ek I !
i j ml I'"i -.1 :- hsIH, ilr"IIII' ihrHr
-j"! ; Iv PrOB\IE COCCT
: AT
in M tnareeo. A newt- .Ins Mill.! lust; fie I 1. <:1' 0111." .;, .' i ''. I ''(l1n*li' ,. *.**ltu '.\ HT" 231 h .\. V. .
ffSl ,
} lSi7.Haie
:. t.I .rpnE SuWrilnT offer for tale the:S. W. qr 1.1. a cri't mill and ,hi" -:!e m.i' i,711.-. w''h t 'I II '. ibl-1'. ., n uu "f .:e jn..U sell lit [[ ( t1
, 1 1 'J. 'ofS. W. qr of S.4T.29.R:1GS. and II I ir utter hxlnie. a.'atlu-d iticluOvl) .M il' -. ; oIJ, n 'to' .A UIGi'oeei'ies t 't\tJ i\i LliJ @ of rh- i.b, ) V,
r belongjIjto! the Estate of Je-e Cawf..rd Termecall. KLZIA LU:: i lli-iuatitlo County, j f '-: :

, deceased. There i i. a gw4>d ,11I'd1iolnl4': 4'2 td. A./'x. LUEASJl.'iiirt: I>. Loekhart.
; \\ril :
wli h li<- invi,.- :'i"i -iiion( of lIHM'III In.f! : }
and about fitly range and other valutMe= ---- I V (f) ''r 11 tf-alll'tontho1-.lale of Win. D.-.OX"ilt )., :
: '
Z"Ii'I' M> p.ll'r C"'IIIIry.1I..1..I'"t"j .
fruit treesoi the preiuist"a Ill :..Iin.jeihroae .I i .: .1 t...< ibis (1.ty Itlotlln the l'i'me Cur ,
: ; 1.:1 (ho le : -
of the desirable Old Tam- !1 r\j t\ 9 iii.< .1- g.1 a *<'- "
most .
places on r >1 MiJ lotintv. a ,. II.tea "U_ isiiuu tf losolutecy '"
'. pa. Terms eaah. Applvtnas. Notice. I.1 'i"u. ,;.mil uii -.II!! ai ehe:>l' for ("oJ /,, a' thechr. of sail ;E-tjte. therefore r w '+

t e UF.YXOLDS.Adm>. I I ;" No.ieeillhelebr.ventoall; ; \ rel'sonsuin; f. .

J Clear Water, Ra. Feb. 2S L1S67. tf. Hi i Stork rontit.ls; i of "'taitoa.aut.tiI; ; dIT.!>...1"11 }:hale, to file I .
: indebted *o ihe l"-ra: ; ;:e of l FLU. +! I
piton .
1\LL LN'.lale of M nat -e t-o'iniy tl.-tf.i, ....i :-TAl'J.i E: .Ihr.s. +urtiuh: aiillieiilifalrd., the ofticc of h.
: .nd 1 mutt t 1\ or before the 25th; day of June J
For Sale. ate rell'lir..llo.mil 1. iueledii:" I'a)"i.tll.! ail 11.\1J\\\l: :. A- FAXIT I 1i1:1'II,1'I:1i11'Al:
: I5t>7;, when there will be a pro rata ,
.. all! hstine d..m"It.t."I I -e.f; I.t.i.' \
: Insolvent
pei"ii : '\ r.Jull'' (; 1(11'1:1-: : : anronti the rjlciedioM: of said ", m
< : ateregnir.J lo 1'ii..ciit first well
: rate, tested silver patent lever uiiliin t"" oar. or tilt.. will W I / .
( A watch ; for leas than the original New foiever bjied. i / Ci-:(">: 'KKKY.: < MIl\"A ANn -1i"/ It is (orJtr'J I'nt the A.)' I'ix. "

; York co t, before the war. Enquire at thi l K rZI.roO Adm'i's. nlOT1: > FIK'KSi' : (;a.\-:S \Y.\i:' in.: ()i < ..vsIIOKMAi.t -. do the L.'Eoreeai.lday, in thi Court, a truaand .t
I / perfect Invinloiy of all I the streets: .. "\
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_, officV. Manaiee Feb. 3Ut._1'-6.. : ( ('.\ l':-. IIADY.MAI: : { (E n.o. ;; '", tool'd I }:.Iile. belong1ien .

. Feb. 23d 18G':. 1-w. ---- Ready Mcido Clothing &c. i .iniN< ;. FII:, 1'0 I un.l, r mv hand and aeal f -:.--s

, Notice.OIX \\'li\i/tl will s;II !I'.w' fir: Col! 1 SJ'llJX ICn; : '\I.J.I'N1 El> I'AII-S of the 1 PtobateCourt, at Urooks- ;t1U

A LARGE LOT OFCorn JACK-OV. WIIIIP.11.0\ \\' \V.\IK: :, .E: _.% !Ite' ibis :-5lh day Jar of Jan, ,:w; ?

1l..lIN.J.1l I 1'\\ FlI.Fr. A. D., lM'.7.WM. 1 'f
.unpa\t: +\ ., IT. :SO tRECLUl .
fron Ihi..1.Itp.,1 -lull prwnO .- Ii ,- .---- .\ .II'IP: & m\x- M. raCRIsON. 1 J f::

:: ',' for CarusoJuJ'eof HIV a final account nJllemcnlO'i: and I4'ohatekrIleroandoCo.voiuhri the C-lJ'e* lo Willmn of n..ltr"t'M... ,t i I:(;I ['1 \ (il'LF=; ; lf-I) ; ( J'n I i I' "i :MHHnv\\' .\ :I u I K :s.rOD I1'Of\t.H'i1I; F< b., t>lh. Jude of Ptobate Eta i.,;:

.. -'. _. K i N' ; .' It t1
di h urged -fi/i I
For Sale by MuodT, dt-c'd. and n-k lob* < U I
i .... TIIH .\ N'I"). : : \; ...iHP! : 111 Chancery I ,
the fui liter adinini i ii 'ioa "f '.'' dALLLN'l 1 a t I :.1i1-l I.: :,t'llnrrt / ,r yE"I .

A. A. ALLEN, ;. Mf.NDr.N: .\>,4iV.Feb. : 1' ixTjrffe' 10'; '-TXllnXERY; : hlI1E CIRCCIT Cornr, Socrnicnv: : Jrct- I! -j ;
91 h lSi.7.; :! Cm CiKcur 4
< rniruMEii I: t: CI\L OF FLORIDAi.v, AND Foa ; :J

Tampa Feb 9ih. I'AlNIS l N 1 UIIL J BOKO' Co. 1 ... '
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EStID 0 R! U I L S. &.-.. P.an.otn R. Moblv, ) 'J I' I s

CMS. IlASSl-LAF-: &'ftJ7/ iJ.il'l1 1utrllIn,1) .\i il, ul.ur\r: "e, ,;, T? } Rill for nivore J '

i JITAIIANCT.\ Mary Mobler. ) '
; vp hy ('..n'ul l II:. I-!, "" ;" '1 I'.i'iut .I"i"I'-: nnd a dlnil"U.. \ \'I'
T..l"n ,. ,. .. : Lot of Fur A L.l\h\V1n:, been b'hd in mv office, in the
=-=-oot 11""r h I' lrt i.I i:' 'fltc.adalkbeytn.eurn' V nit u r f', '
8o >veentillaiisvand i! } it
., : ... GEORGE STAPLES Captain.: j : Leirll made. to
f.. p')rliArO! arr rriiifvlrl l to examint his appear. byalyd. bit. I Ia..t the defendant n*idc- -
fire I .
W eight' or nine \ fai/old ; i \yill; !<>:ivf.> N. w <0.< ". .. "-i :ill17. h ,.f c. e" I I Il l''')'u',1 the limiu of the I .
I ha K ioe while' alxnri 1'1" i <>-... a' .1 .. I liar! l.'tk>I: r.f: Rillr; and\ >hut CiUb, oiitliri-n Judicial
nut t'!h. It i 1 K : \\i-l on the; :2nd of Circuit of Ftoiil.i. lo.uit ia the '
II' I 11 he t ..ad w :' It, '\ '.. .. l'o\Hlrr. jvIt.. : county of
AXD on pul'li. ,:, !
:- .1. .1ft ') : JiJ: ;,
: r rI'" d' 1- I 1.:1'] ; IC/j' j eJrhi Si'ir.pu[ r in the Star of Floridx; It is berebvr.
and a Mtiriiuyr\ li_Iit Kit. !I.< l W "' t!" ,, ', I I'd" "It. A.!...I.i. li."J., P,'..1:ra w;1'' 6.,1 it s.1 ILI.it' n lvont.x.e to .. .].'red I hat .he d.-fmdant J.. and J .

lit the: <*I"I.f/ I.O> hiii'.lii 111.1 i >. \ f.w .-i.:,.aL.,.;..:.. { r"l., h'i-,1 ;. HIM ftu.! 1\-. 'li. ; to f;j'" ".. 11'I.; I I.. ;I..t. pn+rt !,jn.'-claeash i I-lend nnswer or .1-uMir lo the complainantsaid apiwar, t !
,1.,1\\1.!! UK owurr nut l.at..ai.I n.I.ie lxyrornjnt 1 will :..I! ('.... ,. ,..
fJ :.,2." Iw Iur IJ lotrrtl mar bill on orlwfore the fondav iH \ \
May .a
v ti.r.t J
SHOE 1IAI\ER r a..l in th.I..I""' !H.J. pry.tiE ? i'!:iiiciN": ..tA mrtE)' kit tin + ks.,1.iand-'gall11Ot1.! i.
= pyre. '. 1 he next or I he same wit! I Ij* taken -cocfe:sed! } :- t
owner-i34 a< dij\if. :.: All eo-t* and ciiaJ.furtakiig ...- ? .. .. f > {.
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"r : :V w ('d..n.u nii.ket mite raid for all kiuj; of l'rovI'l.1!, t lh puMioiiii-ii v( this! order be

.iI' up wid raiiay. : A. {I\ |11.\| ..I. / Country Produco. mode inorne retvpap pabIUh in.thi* ;

r.. : j- J. C.IVEXSCUil.Ct: : i .L."' t. .t, 'Iatl.5. :' Call ant t..oO2: ewoit; '; once a week lot three months! con>ecutivclv. -
). ". T>eineeirallr informs the ciiizent of Tamp Ct. W.l. I'I I I iWI'. Nov. Jot li I
i -.1,":' .. JfL that be U prepared fill all order in hi!s : A it I, 1"1'.1. $ tfIKlt J. CIVENS Cl'k : 4
Ct. CX
\\I -, and All Jan. CO. 2m. 'l ,
;. .. line, with vealne dipatch. 11'0.11I F- !'ntal v '?1. H- 41 I if. .
t" mod be paid for on deliverv. __ 1 1-)00 c "r.\ It We tr.ntOTriyw'.te .\t enta Feb. 2. 1SG7. .U..:,m. :

"f gbop oo corner ol II,, Kraute': new boil. I T 140I ; Jo t-\\\\ our lmrl'o-r..tl

/'t .;adlDIt..; N otice i .r 0UllCe0 _,1t --.win..: bd";,>,... '1'1,1 l ice new liniU. Un Notice. .
I r. .. .. Feb. 16th 9 I l! dt.i :'n.1 uj;>t>r fft 1. :-.I..n: dial.. i \ The orl lnt.iihi l> t +
Qis: monthafter date the nn.larsi neJ AdO
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.0\.1\ l in Uie rmr; .>.l l :' t1leafnrl"! .
"1 Notice. i I' lIrm.ny mYr. .1103t -t'hirl\; d.'ca from fi.m err W WHITE: Ce)., of Tampa' whii-li are fully' 1s >+ th.ini winL-traioi of the :E..tate of Jceph W. i

iht* dale I will uppiv to the lion Win. M.O The li was .di'oUe!, o.i ihe ._ .' <* slicks from he dale of ibis notice. viI!I rn-o Ju-l c {>f I'to .at.' for IkrnaJ.'t'o.. bv iiinln.il co-x-ei I i. Alexander! A. 111-n l balhICha fu.i Rfl {.vr".*>*A 'I(1nlJl other .:.b r. > .
,. ,\ I' Sis apply tl the Hon. Ju-le of Proba'efnt r foranor.lertor4ttwo Mililiry l.ind Warrani iwf(il.'tn.eataan.lthe ellrroru.er
'i'll't o. Monroe "Connty for leltrr* "of Admiiii.tratioiOB I *. bl 'ngintotheGtatpaftrhectaIna I will cootinue !ba-iues* a' tlu. Ild l at.d. to a-e liaM IMS: orreat.dueaw4
the F..tateof &*r: \\ Mulrennan dectatr.La d+. or to law. P i
) i ctuik Uiddtford .
npo ."
i e IIENETM1JLlENN.IN ALIEN I). )Il"' 1)Jm'r.( j .\. \. ALLEN.J : tor CUiea 11L Maine I 1 I F. P.RAN'CIT. R t
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[ i THE FLORIDA\ FEMUR.TAMPA. I / cy\\.C1 \ ; ( ) ) V
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.- Notice of Insolvency. O C3 T.I t
= ::- '_ I\- PROBATE Corer, AT CIMVBEIM! JAMMMT 8th, J'r>l
L Ht I 'ATqRDAV, Fobrtiary 2St ..DG7.1'tL Circuit J-lorida(- A. D. 181>7. ]).,L&G7. IState t

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: C CI GEOECB T. G llenuiido County, \r lIt'r u nJQ\"t1nly. }J JYITLerea ... .. s.

.' T, } ; \\'herea8 Abraham llcy, Admini-trator on Mary F. Andr Administratrix kI #'

\1 lAkY ) \ )' >I' the Estate of Amo K. Anders! late of lV I the };"tllte of Jackson I. Ander. ddW, I' ,

.I"'I'ar '! I raid county, dtrc'd, hug thi day filed, in th* has thi day tile,.l in the Prohntf: Court of raid'county I
]IT ou for i Probate Couit. ft written curgEitiun of the In- a written jutrg! stion of loiolrentr of
of i Raid Estate.Thenfore taid lx.tftte. 5 ; !
and by. "l : vohency '
-- of tli- \ notice i hereby given i to all per- Tht-n'tore, notice Is )hereby *" '" i"tj all per- i
.The following line have been piaucJ ol1i Mat* t.l t l ions huMnp 1:11&:1116: BijailK-t the ij.diccaed'i .d'r lonliliavinir Idinis against said] deo.-ased'o Rrt t
South and North for their beauty, m ,l tunjt ; : in ute. to fil<> the ame duly authenticated fa the .
It i i. ib l irate:: to hie the anon, duly authenticated |
in nearly eterybou.ehul3b& tlWwider Male*. Maloney, Jr. f the iilliie of IIlIi.Il'ollrt., on or before the 8th office of aid Court on or before the.. 8tli flay {. +
V I They were written iu IbtfS, by au l1r.ur. that the Bl6iJ day If June, 18C7, when there \\'iU'loe a )pro-< of June, 18A7 when there will l>t? a' pro rate '
"in the army of h'oithcvn Vii' inia. and fa.t ayment the j\rral creditor of tai4 '
\t 'pul>li,bcU m the Daily itisei.rippiax, if we and first au'wei \ role ('nymeutpnwn.; the cravat creditor '-of p l nsoh'enlEelntr:: .
rnutakenotintbEwinterof", lbC3: :-L'JC. the raid Intiolvent Estiite. And it i.i further ordered that the A.lminis 1
1 the laid bill And it ordered I hat the Adminintralor do ,
I Tour lUU&loti. i. tratrix do filer. nit day in thi Court, A
It tile on .,'r L'ft'reliI 1 tiny,. in this Coin t. true
,If )on cannot on the ocean Jrr tt l+ : : and )perfect Inxciitory of all the Ufeita: belonging true and |x>rfecl I Inventory of all the effects be
: ,
longing to aid ll: tate.Cieu .' 1
Bail among the swiftest fleet throe month ( l to raid Estate.Jivcn: '
under Ind and neal of
published in (; under hand and fcnlffagS
I ;Jlocking on its highest billow! ? my the' l'ru1''I.' {"odrt. wt lirooVvtille.Iliis : .
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of Ui) Probate Com, at ; -
Laughing at the itorni you meet A true ( tills, this HhJJ.f January, .\. the ?ih day ,>f Jar.uarv, A. f
1> ISO"
.. Too eau stand among the tailors, Atlet : I' : H I Ihi'.T. WM. M. ,
t, : CRARKoy: ,
Anchored yet within the bay KeyVe Jan., 19tl 1S07. Gm. Judge of Trobate.' 1

You can lend'a hand to help them, S- Jlln.l\th.lt'tii.! 39-eltn.'t

: rt A'.tliey launch their boot away. ) i I : Notice of Insolvency, : In Iltrnantio Circuit Court Southern ,l

!,' l"lle-tl'l.>t-d t In I'roliale Court!-at U>an.ltr*, Octvltr 21/J, Judicial Circuit of Florldn.
II you are too weak to journey Men MM;; : > .'1. ]I. 1V..VMate i
::;: the mountain and fJamc. : ., :'nderlon Mayo, .
Up steep Jiigb, tttte of Florida, ) 1

You 'un ...taud within the volley deccaod. Hctnuiulo Coiiiity, )f ; \'I. .' I iColambu
I Alexander Petition
liulid t to Fore. ,
While the multitude to C1 by ; : I '1:1: heten*. Mary Anderson. A.hnini..trntl'ix ol Maltha l'lrl'e![ .., close Mortfngv. 0 -.1 '
topieoent I I the 1 Etate"of: flinches Aiidr'on late of : ,
You can chant in 1lriry-About.
: happy imnfuieA w.dflh \ ] .
t ) and line this \
the :Mnttnforecaidw dal'fib.
they paxtlowly along- uiiic will ( County _) fpli ? Defendant. Colnmliiu 1".. ,Alexander 1 1
1 .' in the (I'robalo Court of Mi4 County. _a : :! t
Though they may forget the finger, ; wiiltcn .u.i.;'r.liun of t1t !. Insolvency 'ot tcctate .\ \\ L- Marten) l 1'hc.Ip*. Mary A'-l-of/and' all f
M inttrcule!, will take 1 notice. ( (-f Ihn filinij
II G. thcrff-'io l"lil8 11
They wtllnotfurgetthcsunbF' .
\ Peli'Kn. in the abuse elate(
case, for' -
I is 1.1'1'1.'I to *
Not it'e \ olll''r'o having! fi
If liavc not gold ornilrcrEver :: ,I claim ni,'ain-t, raid he'd Estate. In tile tin' I ... (/"'f Mort/nge! on the following dels 4 ,I : )
you i .rrihPdlanlt.-t
authenticate; !l. in theotlice..f. unidCom : I .
fame, July .
,, .
'- ready to command. ',- ,, : 11Ie'Ulh 11'tMtl"tit J of the North \\\+t }. of'wetioij :
j: t 't. ou or before tlu'L t day of 'liril'18GiIwhey '
;. If cannot toward the Thereby 1. The => 'UI111:11it i of the North Ea: t' '
you needy ; thcro "illl. a Proiatit payment nti'luug| : ;
> Reach an .ever open hand, fit tin'n.of, to aI.+ i the gett-rul treditoi: of the i-ui.l Insolvciif E* :i t 1- and ,:thu N. 4 of the :South Fast: }. of teeslion ; ..,.
2. 1'ownlleil' ;.I. South Range 19 Fart situated
: You. can vifit i the aftlicted: It fur Muroe ; ate. 1 in the 'Ulltt' of Hrrnando: and r
State of
the Heal -:. : : 1 (;liven under my hand and '-1I11.f f
O'er the erring you can weep, co., tle\:.ead ; [I. F.] the 1'iobate Court lit Krooksville! riori-Ia and that implication will )W made at'
B You can be-a true disciple! the :prinir.Term of mid court. 18P.7, for
male more thin :!1I.1.1a,' of October 1V;7. judge ,
i+ .Silting at-:. hc 5a vionr'l,ff'et.f' ) ] I 15',11. GAhllllN.Judge! : went. of Foieclotu-ure of ail Mortgair-. ', e
w .\ of 1'iobate. s. Y. FIXIJY.i : : ;, r
; If you cannot,in the coufikt: Ja-i. 5th, Oct. ( 2G.JmNolice i Salinrcomprt. !I .
.) 22,1GGO
) I set that the nl-ovc i I
tify a true of a
copy 'i
youfst-lf a.'oIJier true, '
) | notice this ..1.1fit.,1. in my offices '
t" If. where unoke and fire are thickest ] ...1 of Insolvency. jViine**, 1n.an.lanJ. the seal l of ,;i -

There' no work for._ jou to do, !: ( t STVTI:OF Il"RIU.t" t my attire, this 10th day of Noy., i]:
When the battle feJ is rilent 18GG. .
t lIciiiAiulo CountJ J 'Ii'
\\ J. Barnet '
I Tot can go with silent tread Thiity day III 1'rolinlt (lJllrl-nt (.1 A.Jt. \M.;
t You can bear away the WO\1uJ.J, ; : : : Nor. 73'Vm: '
f .. Arder' administrator
ly, ur : oTi Mayo :
I You can cover up the dead.Do restate of Ji When-a" Ei-tatcofJ.-u. .\. Uovct.;: Lite of sat.i lCounty C.1Notice

siAiug '". i is.luare di.*.ad.}. b asing |.. ,'if1l1-h. to thiil
'"' cot, then stand idly waiting, -in, "- Jute l tiled\ in the 1'iobate Cotut <.f i>aid count y, ; S .T :
.' ttiiitm Miiriri--tioi !Insolvency oftaid I E -
For work to Jo.t
Boroegreater ,
It> )bnni Mate lh-rtfoie \ I.T. J'I1\'illcl..mnnJ.
; per ns against the_fata'e
t Fortune i* a lazy goddess Key West ; ::: ; "j 1 j Notiiitlierrby i civen to nil person* havingtlainu Jl of n..o.llIlr..rJ.. late of Hern.ui.lo _

She will never come (o yon ; irain-l ....IiI.I..c..}. to file the' camedi.Iyfltithenticiied. .I i, county, il-ceaid, will preent them duly all.I .
t' Go and toil in any \inejard. .- I ., in the office of #aid C..nrlou u thcnUCatrdwitilnutdelay! ; all( 'ereonaindcbt Ii #
: L..f.'relh.. 21th day of latch, ISO" when then ed to said Estate are reTjuetei to make im- ,
Do not fear to 3o
: or
weeks \vilbe a Pioratn I'ajinent among the scnralcl'eJilOlu : mediate pavnient. to the underi,:ned. All
r f : If you want a field-of labor, Six) apply' tQ.oS'"t all 1 of said; ln"ulvcnt Etate.iiveu cre.iitore and [>eron ('III it 1..1to distribution :

F '. >- Toucan fnd it any where. )Ion r'e i. \ the ( under III}' haul and Seal 1, are ltreJIIIt.l1e.t. that their claims will\ be !
.. the Etui ] e' ot The Probate Cotirtat !I 1oll'r".lat'tllt' .
Brook .
---- on i [u ] expiration *>f two year from ,
: [1 ] \"m.! : this date ...]
: this: 21lh day of ..tuguctIfcOo. iiule" i-vliibiu-l within i 1)lntlilll... "
A man in Delaware petitioned for a .}iu.rcpt j
[ ]
Key, ,, "' : ( ; ] : \1'Y.1). EUP.AMC, Kxeculor.
t, on the ground that ''ki* wife was a \ ('r.1i.
person" j lit lie ( 'i'T ( 'i I : : : n Judge.of Probate. "
.. : > .* i
District : w Oct. ISi' 24-Cm. Notice.
The ladies over in Paris ore btnlJing the l ,% 110NTi13xflertlntPIsha11:

front hair ip- imroenM moun.li: above the foieLead. bc-rJfl71t : \otlrr of I IM o 11: r ii r }* k account andotnhcrs a* ,Admiuirtrali.pre ent mx .'

Joseph ih' ] i : \I. Stale of Flt1I'i.l.t l I of the Estate of Win. I). O'Xeil. dec'.l!, to WHIAM. ::::

n- I : II<'ruaiido County, Garrison, .Ju.l l 'e ProWteof IlerriHiuln' G,. :,
A plritmercliant" in Killanuy, Ireland, ha Franci (; .' ) In J'rnltatt .u14r'l tt ('hanltr' P ptrwlr21., 'for n final "etll'III"nt, and a+k to he cli-th-irgcd

announced that he bos still on tale] a email: .1. It. l bra. rum farther n-linfni-talion i of nii.l K+titeHAKimrr .

quantity of whi which A Bill \ 1:1ita: hill ;heriiFnn.1 Ex.uflicio : I IL: I.Ol'l\n.\I, A.IH.Krook.tille .\. .
key was drotk1 the lM\e l'TlH'l'M {
cuI .
; = bib
it. .
; Sept hO 2"-.ni". g
Prince of Wales b\ ,. oi..lrnl"roolllh. I'tlntc: of Jvlti: McNtil. I :,
wbculaotat Killaioev. pear )
hte vf f aid Ini thi : "
the l)-- : I connty dM d.i\ Notice.I .
A fem .- nil!u-iii / ll j I til.diutlie. Piulin'eCoint' of aid t-ounty, n I month from
loquacioa Je I I will
wilnsiis wliotn +"nt
SIX pre my ac
opposing r ritteo.ttctethAcG siiu'iro'lioit *>f the Iixvlveii* .v of, cmli 1 4
I }i- h >r "by. i /rl ru that! Voucher! to the! Jiidire of '
counsel l could iletn-c lit i i I re .
111)t. | at plead KiteLf
Ilrrnnn.loConnty, fhr n final settle
rt 7 i i. civ 'n.1oill
'. Notiij-i heirby < pert'nghasiuelliuts : i' I
Ii. .
bAY until be browbeat r meiit of the Estate ..f 1lItlln'lIilh
altcmptt-vl to lier. I 1: 1Iiill..1: find iliv'd'Ijliile: to tile' the I late of
''''by, wornnn !' lie cxolaintcd'theru i in -pul! \ Mime, duly' cut h'lIl it'lIh..I. iu this utiite of caulCouil. 1 nid County. tlcea=*>d. And st the' tame limo ;
fe- 1. ask b ii
s t < : to < :lhlr,;e.I! bum further "
ot'i foiethe l 10 admii.Utration "i
!. or 2 It dlyoflirtIe ,
brass enough in face to make kctlle.I I 1'runidld, ] ] of MI ill 1t al... ;:
your n r lM'7, u Len there will be a Proiatn jMt tmntaiuoii 1 I .t.f t. .
Timdv i'i ,
t nn ] ; f CALVIN If. SMITH
'And the ectctalcrrditure f raid lusvlvriitEitate. Admr.
sauce enough in kLcrtplcd! 'cuiton : .
yours > .ea: : : ( Urooksville. Jan. 5th, ISlj,. tim ;
cc S
to fill IL'Sala '- ; I : CirrnundrrmshnnJnn'iSeal of )
I. '
11. L. ) : fen [i. s.] the'I'iobnteCoMit.: at Hrook\ille. KoticoOIX S 3
A tcUrnporary 10! the joking tnen : f" i 'ii this Yltb' of Au.Mi: lM. MONTI'S ftr ,daft I will apply to the ::
I>onl* look at the qirl* "0. Cant jon I Ian. l'.n.i I .1. WM.: :M. (; \1'111...,,,, to Non A\ M. Garrison. JudL'e of PrVbateiu 5- ;:;I
i J of Piobuto. IIIIJ .>rII,'riiniid.> .
see they don't like it In fret, won't'endure i ... County, a tinal wttleni "
I Oct. I.. IttiC. .-nt and .li..I'II\I'I flout
I. 21 Cin..NOTICE :( adminiMrati.n)
it Its absolutely: iiKulliiij.: ]Do. i' I ; '. II the ,"tote of l'llfoJl/lJ(1)uiulIlate! of.aid on' \ J

t I you suppose tbty put on farther., llounro!I,, I L iv: m r' ) INSOHE.MTV ..1<<"" .. county .
i vraterfalU, ribbons and ring. for you to,I I t nil1i. 1 I e.f, ( (IF \L1.r.\' 11. )IP\I>F.X ndm'r.
look at Not much-it's only! to pleas! p !j crown .W. | 1 I Jr] :State ..f Flvridiu: t nroo'jJ!; ] FdJ. \'lh. 1 lb.7. 42 6m.f .' ?
|: oiitiuntid Ilernando County
lIil f
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and -
ma They cant bear to be looked :- -
pn. I of IlilUl' ) In 1'rotiale ('our<-at Cfiamlfru, f.tnnber -f --
I ,: at-which might know by'dieir, blush I Ile d'.,. Jlth! f
Jon 1 2s! IStirt. ('...,nt ,t\\1m\lJ\; -1 '
f ;r' ea if jou had any sence. Dont do it. ding, to 1:1\\ I "\\\rhercn EIi: ,ha ]hill :hlierriJf- and 1 Ex-oflicio ..... t",\ _i I j;
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: \ : r tin the E: tule of James C. Tli, !!l.r", '-" ----. tI
A droll fellow was nslcd} 1 by nn old! lads i late of said county, d.c'd (lia-, this da)- alt.. I NOTICES .- 1
1\ t January: in the Piobale Courtuf aid county, a written J I Qix month after data I will apply] too the] '. +
to read the ucvispapcr Idling it, began as .- piiir_e-tion t>f In.olveiu>\ uf aid l:state; tlure : I 1. Ju J l.-o: of Probate of HilUli.only. for 5i "
t ; snot ., '
follows foic 1& 'I|tlmBt auddUchnr e from
I ..r anti"a: H hereby+ CMHI. to nil persons has y.inir i i.,1'111 iOl11 \1// I he 1.tllt\: u f )1. C. Brown, late urI' II 1Iu
t I""J.. nst nigtt ycslciday morning about I 1*Ei'ate-hereby: : ; '! elniinii airalni-t! iii.1 .1..c'.n.....'* I Entate: to tithe toil l'onnt}' dre'J, ,. j

t two in the aftcinonn befoio breakfast n, they rum, J name, duly authenticated. in the otlW; olaidcouit I' ., S. 15. TOPI), Adm'r.
IN fore tin24 .
t i : on or I I III day of )1lr\'ll. He Loui" nun 5 t
hungry boy about! forlr years old! hough t : l'rt'l'fr acionrt af* .: : 1 ]{, IMi7, when. thtrewill a Piorata 1'lIf1l1t'nt.nll1UlI ;I, -Tllmpll. S0p.y.i lt "m. "I'I 5 v
: the c\eral creditoisof I1 1
; Insolvent
a custard pie for A l Icrr, and threw i it L { l : ) E-tl1tc.I NOTICE. '

J through a brick wall nine fret thick, and 1 i Oct C. the I fi\cl; und,'r my hand and Sealu I I I., N IX MOXT1I AFTER DATF. I will '
[ >.] vf the Probate pr9.
Court, at break Brut Til V
jumping over it bloke his right nnk'e! cil j!f \ to 'iIIIhit! ? arrnuntsnnd vondlerl!i to theludge 1
\ nth! day lor
) I .. : t>f Augll.t"ISl ; 1'rubate oj and for folk]
above the knee fell into a c1''! mill po r.(1 I : n I: : : ..< lt Fl..ri.I... rte Administrator] on the eout.tr.Ii.i.I": fate(J.0 ,

and was Jro'ncJ.l..ut forty years a f i J lute : I : ')', \\'v. M.Ju.le'. ..r.UII'O\:: .\ J ask hooker., !late of p-iid county ."".".e.l. tl and -
I 1-t '\1'\ nf i l ,,;, I ] of I'm"hatr. : for n nnnl KfttKnient and be ; I
.; ter that cn the s.imo lay an old cat. }had 1: lh..'Dok ( l l l t the Oct. Cl "I Ca S 2 tm. !1- front the further dative th..re..r.'f'.1.d,3reJ + i
I 'N twenty tutU-y goU.lei; a li'gh! wind Mew! i I ifjvc'te-1 A. Cutkc. ; 1 | : ta."'L'' -- Notice of Insolvency.T.TK |, Jane. 4th|h 'CA. UISLANIER.: .12.t-m'.lair. td,

I Yankee l)oode! on a fmngpin( and knocked t lenient. I I: : or FORII>l. i -- -- .- : ,

'f' the old Datch church down! Lilk-d s I : : l Ip': 11.rnnu.lvCountl j jJu I Notice. '

sow and two' dead pg*; iu Boston, wLer Tampa, : I : ] '\'r ir I tIt 1'rot.atf f''Oll.t. 'f.temfrl'l II. :j. It.T1UKP.AS f I.SIX, ro\l'Jt I( shall' n..U.fII.TUF..\]rninia7utrix: J1'f l1F.m:= I'
1bGG 11J't F;=taro )
: deaf nnd Jurub ( : .r 1J.: hart, .lel'pI\.4p'1 l +
Kiench '
man WM talk'rg .
I I pnsent
I : : William D. Eubank rnJ 'cu\mu
*. A.lrnim., nn.'OUer.] tll the Ju iCab
i-. to his aunt 1'ctcr.4.' The old l dr. tnkiii"; : ] I.1\I Iiatoron the E-tate fC. J I M.-Minn' '")rough l! Cmulty, turafinelseat Probate) 'rrnentnndarl, vr II iiti t 3 I Isobe &
I late of I Ilernau.l.I '
a long breath, exclaimed ''Ihi tell ln 1 I County. ; and Gate: ;f Flori'l,.\. ( di, eharLrlfrom thgfiirtlicralruiuirtrn,:
S 'I I.-v n.e.1. | ha* hu.l 1 11'. p -tition II'Jor t
I -... .. ... pcr& \ : ; : ;I 'JAIr 1 I in the I PioLatc I Couit for previo-i t n II'is j thur Mi.ll'.t8Ie. S -I l
rail I
\\11 "OUII1\' 11AR(1:11i: i is.
.. 'fllaF.TAdnrrx
and I
1 'Ii.t" 1"I!
f ( petition .
celebrated wholesale I : tl.r Tampal'ln.
r A merchant: i in 1-;: trot I'.I lk. : I ", rtllli.ll I t.lle ; TI"'f.re Inaoilent I Itet. IIb'GG. 21-Gta ... Y ") t

London England hv< 1 pi(' cr.tcd the (proprietor tiflcj Jo 1.... I \"tit' i iihir-by !Liven, to all
I of the TJ.:J.';:r.j'i: with! i tlrintI1:: J the lin:I. r.i 1 : 1 ; the )1I11! claims nyuin.t. said .lwa.eJ;,lemone I intrantr, 1 b.i'e Iv otiee.'tt.( : t

press \\llld! Cl\*t X21;)00 fR token e,'f late <>y' thi1 j 1 o' hl C the I .' 'nr luiy I '' 1I'llh..nlic'lt.,1!. i in M' ?.11'1 ;- (- appreciniion. Ju doing !o l be aocoinpap j : a< the l.Hh .1 I.,, Ii + ..... 4
l' a:!id Ilial. |' I ]\ t? March li..T. wli.n I I lluie I nil] |hp \ I.LPEKONs: in.l..IIt..t to the .
ltd the gift by fetter, which: Mid.: "In n 1'roru to 1 J F'.t.t '0 .
i 1 : ""II m..lI. anl"mc the I il.'Yt-t.1Il < e.e Crt\\or.I.I.lt".f 5
"te crcJitf.N
L your paper, [by j ju1ieir'us' dvertiing; 1 I J ] i: In..u\erlt! E'ta'r.: uf ears 1,I Iy. .lti-t.a..J. a.*'., itierebyiv r.lIiU..looroUI.' 11..1 ted J C ouni **(ftiv: %' t 1
the fouiuL fL P.-.ilow: \ \ ) (" iumrdintr ] 10 mk: ,.
first built fortune
.In ( rc- .1tt'lIll1iu.r my "l\n.II\IIII": al fll' p' 'ment to the -4 .
r 0 )II'I undrrri'nel. and a' '.:
and in your r rcr,!!.v. ju,lii-5<>u< advc ri! ill:!.' --- Afl -.1'-\ i (. I uf I I I ira_ !.] IIll 1'rohAt" cottrt AI Jrl.ok""I'11: ", tl'e ail t'.I"+///li hnvint!! .'hilt,,< ;.nint "Ai.I ,,tale ..- 1

I I have ann&sed the ("JtllOO'hi.b euaWt! i ., \ *( : { : n. day of :eptembrr. let II.. le nrr<1 "nlllll trgnirrd! the to tune"pn+ellt !IhrnJuly anthrwlica. t '

i me to offer this testimony of regard: uJ t 1 O..T C. \ : : i I I Wp. )1. (f.\IrI'OX': tvi!11! Le furettr bnrre.L)plenl.I by law. or the I y ..

i good .wi'l." June 10'5: jl[ ) da. U'Gt;. Judge of I'rnl'a'l( C. S J:1YSOLD. Adm '

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