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: March 16, 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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k Y: : :THE' FLORIDA PENI 'SULR. fingers lingered upon my
Soon after this, it became necessary forma Every paragraph, sentence and word of.he is encouraging to see that some of I Yt

j t .. BT SI*f.iIE:(RT HOCGBTOX to leave home on business. One thingwas following admirable article from the the Republican papers are becoming alarmed \
i ;,. w PCBUSRXD xrx&T SATTMUT BT .. certain, I could not leave for months, Richmond Ditpatch meets our hearty at the rapid progress th, Radicals are {'

T K. SPENCER. perhaps years, without some answer from concurrence and we adopt its language as making towards revolution, anarchy and
:. -- Gallant nation foiled by numbers Susy. Dressed .in my most faultless cos our ownStn.\ universal I confusion, among others showing I
( : 'i J., : TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : : Say not. that your hopes have tIed; tumeand full of hope went to Mr. Ar We mutt never & ve up the ship. That signs of trepidation at the extraordinary I

g : ,/ x)t" 'One copy one year-. . . .. .$ ..oo1 ,Keep that glorious tIag which lumbers t old'.. Susy was in the parlor-at the piano is to say, the citizens of a State must nut and alarming aspect of public affairs, in "

--1-;: "F *One copy six months .. . 1.50 Oneway to avenge your dead. -alone She nodded gaily, as I came abandon the sovereign right of that State ; the New York Tuner, which says : r (fl
:ir i I Keep it Widows, sonlesa Mothers, in ; but continued her song. It was"I've mutt not acknowledge by any act, or by "Few of as are blind enough not to tm 1 ''t.

,- l I ----o Keep itSUters, mourning Brother; something sweet to tell you." any omission on their own part, that their that there is now impending a coup d'etat .

: r i. :. 'RATES"OF ADVERTISING. II Furl it with an iron will, At the words, "I love you I adore you!" Constitution and law are abolished, at Washington. It hangs above our beads 'I r

>,' _' -Oo tqvare(12 brevier line) or leu for Furl it now, but keep it still, she gave me such a glance. I was ready and that the community in which they at this moment, and if we do,not set aside ,, .
# '. first. insertion, f 150 I I i Think rot that its i work i. done, to prostrate myself ; but, sweeping back live stand as naked of all government as a all party hopes and fears end all other '.. s'

: I 'J! : For.tat eacji-ind IU'111f1t Legal Notices insertion will ,be charged- 75E at !I, Keep it till your children take it the curls with laughing defiance warbled, horde of savages in the Rocky mountains.So party considerations, it will fail ,upon us < I

: UM following rate: Once again to hail and make, "But, I'm talking; in my sleep." long as a commanding General, with as we are gazing upon it with stupid and \ a"After
i I : .Application 'or Letter of Administration All their sires hare bled and fought for- "Then," I cried, "jou love' me when you a sufficient force at his back, does not ac- inactive apprehension.' il, }
i' i |600 I think !I" [ exposing the dangerous because "; .
1 All th e ir noble hearts have sought for, sleep May so tually disperse the elected legislators of the '
t Notice to Debtors andCreditort, 8 00 Bled and fought foi all alone- "Oh yes, if you choose; tor Rory people, and shut up the court of justice, unconstitutional, and therefore illegal t f

f' I e -Announcement Application for of DUmiwion Candidates,, = 12 6 00 00AdvertiaemeaU All alone! aye shame the story, O'raorc says that dreams go by contraries, and supercede all civil law by order from character of the Williams and Bout well i '

t. i i handed in for publication, not Millions here deplore the slain, you know." 'these headquarters," we are bound to assert bills, the article concludes by raying:]
F j specifying the number of insertions to be't I sat down beside her. "Ah !I" I said, practically our civil and political exis- "These things are done before ns. The I
i i i: published until forbid pd charged according Shame, alas! for England's glory sighing, "Rory's idol dreamt she bated tence, to stand upon the guaranties both doom of our Government is oo the brink 'i
Freedom called and called in vain.
i r ly. him." of the State and Federal Constitutions, of execntion and yet we are quiet Will
I I 4 Furl that banner sadly slowly, "Yes" said Susy, "that was the difference precisely as if there were no "caucus" nothing arouse net Are we M sluggish ; t 1
} J professional barbs.r Furl it gently for 'tis holy. .5 between his case and yours." now deliberating in Washington upon the of apprehension now, aa before the rebellion !!t

Till that day; yes, furl it Badly We chatted away for a time At lastI best and surest method of trampling upon t The Government is in peril now, ,it(

MITCHELL. Then o.ce: more unfurl it gladly- began, "Miss Arnold, I came up this eve all rights arid ruining all organized human as it was then ; not of disintegration but I
r H. Conquered Banner, keep it stilL ninjf to tell you that I-I--" society in our fair land. We must do of usurpation-the usurpation of absolute b

-- How she listening. A bright by the Representatives _
was more ; we must not only regularly elect all power tempoary
t AftOmmmr* AT LA if.r WHAT A PRETTY LITTLE thought struck me : I would tell her of elective: officers to carry one very depart of the people of a part of the country. ,

i -TAXPA, Fu.f .- HAND.,. my journey, and in the emotion she was ment of government and legislation, but "If the,President is impeached and suspended r

.. certain to betray, it would be ,tasy to declare elect ,also the very best and most upright from office during his trial, and the

Will give prompt attention to all buMnets I am not a bashful man. Generally my love. citizens, and those mOlt in harmony with powers of the Supreme Court are /defined ( I
entrusted to hit'care. speaking, I am fully confident and forwards "Miss Susy," I sad"I; am going to Paris the true'sentiment of the State, and on by Congress, the impendingcovp tTtqt will '

Tampa, Fla Apl. 28th.. '66. 1-y' most of my sex. I dress well, dance to'morrow." whose tried honor and capacity our peoplecan have been struck, and the majority of an
well, sing tolerably well I don't tread She her hands the of imperfect will be abaojnte I
tax A. Hcxoncoir. _J. F. IIESDEJUIO" ; ; on swept across keys rely as men who will certainly, in all Congress mister -
i ladies' dresses when I make a bow ; and I the piano into a stormy polka.I perils, lake care. so far they can avail, rte of the whole country, not only now,
: HENDERSON & HENDERSON !1 have not the trick of coloring to the roots tried to see her face, but her curls fell quid respullica detriment eopiat. but at any time hearafter. 1 ,
:1 of my hair when I am"' spoken to. Yet, over it. I was prepared to catch her, if And yet more must be done. Not only ,

there was one period of my life, when all she fainted, or comfort her, if she wept.- I must the frame work of our civil government Then and Now. 1

ATTORNEYS AT LAW my merits seemed to my own eyes insig I I listened for the sobs I fancied the musicwas be kept standingand all its functions '" la 177C, a number of respectable

I TAMPA-FLA. nificant, and I felt very modest, not to say intended to conceal ; but throwing in full operation, but the citizens, and influential subjects of very Great Britan j I J
bashful. It was when I was in love. Then, back the curls with a sudden toss"she struck in H lime like this, above all other times!, residing in her American colonies lead, r'f I
I boinelimes did know where the last cord of the and said ,
not to put polka, gaily, must support and strengthen that govern GEORGE WASIUSGTOS
Will practice in (lie >,oo!hern and Eastern hands and f'et. Did I mention that I "Going P'? by one now coo t S
my ( away ., ment by their confidence and aid
Cvircaits .. : respect siderably known to fame bit of
of the -;1.'; got up a k
io the aid hands and feet conM'ts mv "Yes, for some months. it to maintain order and tranquility and
SOlli: quarrel with their government and King, ?
Tampa May 1 66. 56mo. t
both small. "Dear how Just
greatest beauty They are me, distressing' stopat to deal impartial justice ; so that no excuse fur the following reasons for which 1
A. Three yea's ago I fell in lore. I did my linen-draper's as you go home, and may be found in our own lathe, in our were called 'rebels 'traitors ''tc ,
A. ALLE N. : _
: not walk into H order handkercbiefs ,
quietly some extra pocket-
weighing rnr me own desparing abandonment and disorganization 1. Keeping in the colonies in the time
i : ATTORNEY AT LAW idol's perfections against! her defects. I for this melancholy occasion, will you !I" fur the monstrous outrage of armies.
\ fell in bead and two seconds after "You do not to I peace standing i
or- ears, seem reqoire'tbem, that is now meditated. Let all the worldsee 2. the
c "SD- the introduction."Mr. said, rather piqued. "I shall stay some when the blow does come, if come it and Rendering superior to the military civil independentof

Solicitor, in Equity Hayes, Miss Arnold," said a mu. months. I must that it is on a peaceful and orderly 3. Imposing taxes without powers. ,
iual friend, and lo! I was desperately in "Well, write to 'pa won't you rAnd, community, quietly striving to rebuild its allowing representation. I

TAMPA, FLA, love. She was a fairy-like figure, with if you get married, or die, or any thing, shattered fortunes, and cheerfully obeying 4* 'The depriving the colonists of tie

GIVE prompt attention to all butin- long, brown curls floating over a snowy let us know. the laws-though shut out from all the benefit of tria: by ",
jury. ,
t WILL enlructed to their care. neck and shoulders, and falling down on "I have au offer to be a partner in an higher functions of citizenship-this un 5. For Colonial I
I t, : September lit, 1666. lo8m.It'S. the waist of an enchanting sky-blue dress. English bank in Paris," I said, determined natural outrage has been perpetrated.Let .- tures. suspending Legisla V -

Her large, dark blue eyes were full of sau- lo try her ; "and if I accept it, as I have us have not only the testimony of our G. In insurrection l r =t
l C. CRAFT. cy light ; yet, oh bow lender and loving thought of doing, I shall never return." own consciences, but that of all civilized in inciting likely to result ., 't

I. they could look. Her fa&> did not change. The old.sau. mankind, that there was no provocation all an undistinguished and conditions destruction of I

I ATTORNEY AT LAW. Of all the provoking, tantalizing little' cy look was there, as I spoke ; but I noticed given on our partand no pretence of necessity 7.ages, sexes
,, coquettes that ever teased! the heart out ofa that one little band closed convulsively to provide for and securityto Abdicating government by declaring
peace of'the
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I 'Tampa IV-.. poor man Susy Arnold was the most be over her watch-chain and that the justify a relentless revolutionary powerin I.
'. witching. I would pass an evening with other fell, upon the keys, making, for the Washington in flinging us suddenly country.S. i
i IIavingengagedtow: fully in the practice her: and go home certain that one more ins first lime, a discord. into wild anarchy and ruling us by simple Quartering large bodies of armed I I
'f. 4)( Law, I will attend to any busineM entru- troops on the colonists.
I would make the of for i" she said witha
me happier "Going ever ,
away barefaced brute force. Let the awful
ted to care in the Southern Judicial Circuit 9. into the colonies
my Sending swarms of
f \ t men ; but the next time I met her, a cool sad tone, that made my heart throb. brigadier find us planting and building; officers to collect taxes
i I Office? In the N. 11 Room in rear of the : nod, and indifferent: glance, threw down all "MUs Susy, I hoped you, at l least, would whiles i and blacks living harmoniously ; I I colonists. and oppress the
1 Tampa Book and Drug; Store." Amy| castt!:!. She was very cautious. Not miss me, and borrow in absence.:* our Legislature considering measures for I 10. to for
l i t Tampa Feb'y 23rd Ifc66. l' If.. I ja word did she drop to make me believe She opened' her eyes with au expressionof preserving the credit of the Stale and developing I I large districts Refusing of pass unless proper laws l r
people they would
that the loved me and her hand ( amaz wellt.
; yet piofound its wealth judges on the bench
would linger in mine, her color rise if I "1 ?1""Ytit. ; I. relinquish the right of representation.
\ S. Y FIN LEY I administering the laws of the land with : 11. and
\ looked my feelings, and her: eyes droop, to might chaige: a'i!i my plans! il universal acception to all alike ; and then the Obstructing thus interfering.with
be raised again in an instant! full of laugh absence \>ouu! grieve' you" judiciaiy, denying justice.
x ATTOUXfcY' AT LAVT.BEOOESVILLE my let him, before the face of earth and heaven, 12. with .
;! I ing defiance. She declared her intentionto "Change all your j plans i" by one order from headquarters, deprivea : and Interfering legislative bodies, d
; ; .', / FLA. be an old maid most emphatically, and "Yes I hDpe'j: -thought--" whole people of all this! order, and peace, 'dissolving firmness them for opposing wilh
t i I in the next sentence would add, "I never Oh that earnest, grave face. My and legal; protection, and rule ,them with the manly of the rights of 1
,, ;t Judicial Will Practice Circuits.Juae in. the Southern and Eastern did love, but if I should take a fancy to cheeks burned, my hand and ft-et seemed;l a bayonet at all their throats, and no law 13.people. i
: I I 1 should l love him dearly swell and I felt cold chills all Protecting military officers by ,
'. 43rd.'W. ly anybody dearly to over me. over: them but the edge of the sword i mock trials for '
I she would I could I broke down for the offences which they have
: I ,. \00 Though, say, carelessly, not go on. We kuow not yet that matters will committed:
fe:: -. "I never saw anybody yet worth settingmy third lime. come to this. There may be some considerations against the celonisls. I
'- \ : E. M. THOMISON.JUtoniti thoughts upon." S There was an awkward silence. I glan (not of law or justice, certainly I! Now it is a little curious that these 4 ;

f 1 I tried a thousand ways to make her betray ced at Susy. Her eyes resting on my ,) that will slop the 'furious career of ,' reasons were put forth in a notorious doc '
i. r"I : I .. ) & Q(UiranstlloriJt: faro, some interest in myself. Propose out hand which la/Ton the arm of the sofa: those relentless anarchists. They may uraent, known to the world as the American .

right, I could not. She had a way, whenever The contrast between the black horsehairand find, after they have welded together I'i 'Declaration Independence' and it f fi

I'": i I' I'I'i" -: ASD:- I tried it, of looking in my f ice withan the flesh seemed to strike her. their Stevens' bill, their Elliot bill, and I I is still more curioosthat these very causes S t,
air of attention of interest "Whal little hand," she said. for the resistance
4* SOLICITOR' grave profound pretty their WiUou amendment into one tren- I I to their government, are i
: I that was in its ttiecls to A brilliant idea passed! through now
equivalent my thatit and tremendous tomahawk to strikeus <,I being brought to bear upon a large te
i I TAMPA, .FLO HI DA. knocking me down ; it took all the breath brain. all down to utter ruin at one swoop, i. portion of the people of the government I '
out of me. "You have: it if will!! !1" said 1 1 '1 I which they established
in Marion, Sumter D erunt may you that all there are perhaps reasons why to protect them ; I .v
J i 1RILLpractice: and Polk. One evening, while there, I was seized offering it. the blow should not be struck. la the selves and prosterity against. How the i

:. i t I Feb. 16th I860. -n 6m.r4 with a violent headache. I told her I was She took between her own, and too.;. meantime we cannot, most not, abandonour lessons of history are forgotten, even while j
: ... subject to such attacks: and the gipsy putting iug with the fingers! said, Iay 1 !I" own( cause and the remnant we still she is repeating \hem.-Jacltonvillt Un

M- POST; on a grave face, gave me a lecture on Yes, if-if you will give ,me this one,'' possess of those liberties\ handed down to ion. i
the subject of health, winding up with, and I raised her beautiful( hand to my lips! us from better times and better men. -- .-. .--. a $ .

$.tt..J Lma+ii a7rAva10iD: "The best thing you can do i is to get a wife She looked into my face. What she One day the whole North may thank ui 'BETWEEX THE DEVIL AND Till DZXPSKA.
to take care of you, and keep you fiora read there I cannot say ; but if ever eyes that by a dignified passive resistance to .'-Speaking of the present posture of
over-study. I advise YQu to do il-if you ever tried to talk, mine did then. Her the present torrent of lawless rage that affairs, the Augusta Conititutionalitt em

,, : :JI.erehant. can gel anybody to have you." color rose, the white lids fell over the glorious .. sweeps: over the land we saved those precious ploy the above language in concludinga 1
"Indeed," I said, rather piqued, "thereare eyes, and the tiny band struggled! 'to liberties from utter shipwreck ; and most pungent editorial arlicla.

r..J TAMPA, FLA. only too many. I refrain from a selection frets itself. Was I fool enough to release that in' the louden and wildest of the If there was one grain of manhood in .

for fear of breaking other hearts.- it! tempest we did not give the ship the Conservative party, Mr. Johnson t
b ,_ WILL attend to promptly his: care. to all business en How fond all the. ladies are of me :" I addedconceitedly I I What I said, I know: not ; but I daresay .up might even refuse to obey A law so palpa. 1 t

i I: | ConaignmenU rwpeclfullv solicited.J J "though I can't" see that my wife can tell! you. Five minutes TUB GREATEST MAS.: -The Washington bly violative of every Constitutional guar. I
t. '. August 25, '66. 18.tLjIERRMiSS I am particularly fascinating. later, my arm encircled the brown dress, correspondent of the Cincinnatti Gazette antee. Such di ob ditnce,however,involves .
either can I," said Susy, with an air the brown curl fell UI on my breast, and furnishes the following in his of a pretext impeachment. : } t

\lEISSBROD.ft of perfect simplicity.Can't my :lips were in contact' ith-another the 1'Jlh ult : dispatch I.I In any event, we will probably be returned ,., t
p j ou J"said I. "I hoped-hoped pair. is I to the condition of a year ago.-
Voting going on at the Masonic Fair
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Oh that dreadfully -- Then the Radicals will essay reconstruction s
: S : .: SADDLER of hers. "That is, Miss Susy thought. A short lima since the following: appeared to determine E. Lee which, Lincoln is the or Granule "reatestmanRobert on the basis of negro .and loyal wbita 45
head Lead !I" and ,
pcrbapi-Ohl ,
my my suffrage.
: first night Gen. Lee bad nine t
ala to
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j Jf0rrtess r. I buried face{ in the cushion. between the' devil '
-I we are and
my, Whis" beard like common sense the Verily S )
I against other' and last night there
: .t. Will attend to any btuioeia in this line with. "Does it ache M very badly I" she asked Because !us it. I i'the deep sea. Escape seems almost! impossible '
5- I I now no woman pose was at excitement the matter Lee'sfriends
and di patch. am pre grt orer ,
S neatntaa
I tenderly, and she put her cool little band At which correspondent 'goes in |i but may come miraculously. As f
pared to fU MaUrMW. a* cheap: or cheaper a lady keeping him ahead. _
"I I than it tan be done el,ewher!s. I can be founds in among my curls. I fell the thrill her : for it' in the following! manner : .. II the case stands, lh : l't "11 aU times at my hop, on the opposite date ol f fingersgave me, all the way to th* toes of Why is the author of the above like a cer imminent. Cromwell or Cxart!
; i : the street, and a little Ea t of Mr. J. Ferris my boot! My bead being really very lain worn out itiJlriiment of mti.io lie A'young lady in Texas who advertises pears
,i t itora. WEIS"NIIERRMANN painful, I was obliged to leave ; but all the cause he is an abandoned I lyro-(liar.) for a husband says she can talk philosophy +I Which shah it be The days of the I
: -- lJ'AS'rt..U'GG =I3RQf.: 4ww '- way homo, the soft cool touch cf those lit-: as well :as rock. the craJli. I!l American Republic hare been n-omUreJ.
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As. our present political and social TETO., Tile Supreme Court, Looked. To ..
under the recent lid of Congress, i is a The National Intelligencer :_ ,

ter of absorbing interest !lo every one, If the destrnct ion'bill of Congress were r..: '
\ 'e1he following frog tbe Savannah -- ought np for decision before |Jbe Supreme ,

_\ ./ News and Herald, o! the 27ih, nil. the 2d inst., the Court. who does not suppose that full} : '

iog.more definite' .and clear than any' was! sent in-, bench would declare its unconstitutionalty ,
F- position, .which we have yet seen. fd. The Senate in tote What true statesmen'or eminent :: ,

r 0., 0 The Reconstruction BUI. I session.' Tile jurist. any wbern !in the broad land :' .
t "It seems to be somewhat difficult i flat: he has exam would not so declare. .!-

1\\ certain exauly the position in ,which |t "a more fficient :II were an easy matter perhaps!remarks t 1 ,
-.ATCCDAY. Match 161',. 16T.iL"GAMisi people of the Southern States are i, < Slates with that tbe Richmond D5 pa'fb' to bring this! :
\\1 t ; by the reconstruction act which has I' importance question! before( the Supreme Court, but $+ a .
I t J-.W..t /Ftq.,fa our Agent at adopted by Con-rres The folio | to absent thereto. would t be difficult to obtain a decision. If '
\\t J .trpekITilleFle., ud i-/aalbonled receive [bit be thai in 'deferent l to I' demoralized x
4 for which we find in a Washington paper I hopes the Court, !
t l / toobej receipt forge subscription la ie e. and, al1vtrti"iog.! and the provisions in brief of the bil' all influence: patriotic;. public opinion, within M 'its decision spun ; !

; .' i 'j r 'stood there : I j l The Mil placed :.he test oath for twelve I mouths 'after' iU ,rl

I New AdvcitftcnacaU.Booj.tk .- 1'. Probjiiionary, military I }' rulers. Hecom opinion had been formed, bow long wonluit r i

1 ; Shoemaker-W. II. Harrison.Administrators those to whom the local.authorities i illf<.lrmatio.n shows withhold. its lf'ricion on IIDI.b" question 1 ; }

Sale-A. C. Mun. en.. iu- I : ; ;: : j rebel States are as this f Aral if there was a rn-juri- 11 :yt

..Land for Sale-J- Manh.Postponement 2. The o-called State ;; ; \' !! on the t ty of only' one in favor? ofjbeUonjiiiutioBin .; ?
./. '. of S.Itt-C.l L. Friebele. made provisional: and put on tbrir : : l l 1 \>f I the bill show I i I the former case. what jwurance have ''

r- ----+' .. -* bchatior. l : l After the States we thai there will be a runjoriiy at all in "; ..
We are i indebted: to oar Bro. SMITH, the 3. Reconstruction of the Shle \ | iiai! ,l! ol-jectioable, this case t Judge Gritr's beal.b; said to "' t
? "JSatt'Florida meats upon the biAior universal mxl ; allowed without Le feeble. In his absence the, Court world ; t "
Banner foran Extra
contain frare, with. icnstitmions! imonformiiy, ity of life or likely land equallp.liri.lell i for if four ', ,: it
hi 'J Jog ft synopsis is of the President* Veto akaagst tbe Constitution of the United Stales, | : judges could he found to bold: that military : !1

far io odiance of. all of our Exchange acceptable! to Con rPI" e for (he 1.11111'i ad- contra for the trial of civilian nnd 1 tonsimuional ..;t
4. Tbo intiSontiou of the Con< ( ; be fUe. tribnnV! there is no reaonvvhv I
*, for which we make our politest bow > ; Military ,
I sod return orlbank Amendment., l i not for the pro/ four should not be' expected| l lo !boMtha't -
5.; Kistoralion: of State governn enl ; | ( the enforcement Congress not bound ty the CouMilulion -. -f'
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represtotalinn[ in when these i ( IHUS and i at all
Congress : measures -
We ,are just iu receipt of the first nom Jilions i ; ..... :
fulfilled. -
are ) the C Constitution; ---- 5'i r .
I ,t>efof f'' The Reporter, published aL Apal. The till does! nut' \' \''Ate the offices ) ( [ ought lil-eily ; the I WHAT DOES IT MCA !--A report was 1

,- cbicol, by G..W. PRATT, Edilor and Pro der our present Stale goteinment. ]: .General ii that prevalent in the city yesterday, that the 3 -

prietor. As the localioe is (afol\t.I: le, and M). : I ; his will is law ; United Slates Manhnl bad ft list of "ll I t x
"]n all elections to any nfilt-e under person! mid i, the $20OOO mtU iaMustogee wanly, at>d '.
:tie Editor 'well known throughout Florida provisional gorernmen.t all penons ]i : ; ) und gooils within prop that proceedings would soon lie commenced S ', +

!,'We'predicl fortbe Rfporter success and be entitled lo vote, and none other, eih ; \\' ciiminal ale: ; for the confiscation of their, property.

1 .Usefaloess., Terms $3, in advance.: arc entitled I<< to vote tinder t the : : < i : which he ilenoiuu I; is believed, however- that 111.e. Government '

,.1., : m* the fifth section of (bis act xnd no l p I : >n gushy whom: lie has i.edW no such measure*, and
.. THE DIG lloor.-We need acar.-ely I call 1 1 .Khali{ l>e eligible' to nnv ofike: under i [ ; \ ; need make: : that the report is really pail of a plot to .' )

attention1, to the card of Mu. %V. II. UAIURisoir provisional ,vernineut who would ho, ; ; up courts ; IOlIke tnveigle men into apathy organization."
qualified from 1 office under the ( l hit ..fte."t! occurences in other of j
hiding the
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; ; inihiaiy parts t ll
found( ,in t.O-days paper.! The big 5 (t
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l visions the' third article of bald; C ( And tile ofiiceis State warrant such acuspiiiou. If i is sid .1 '
'Boot'extended over the'sidewalk. between tutionnl. Amendment.! ; : &! that !such reports ic the upper counties of .

.'Washingloo Iloute," and Mr. FHIEBE ItJ, + clcartLat'lbi+ proviso will : | i the, harshness: of n the Slate by the .insidious 5uJg tion. made I Itl l'

E', orc, il..elr attracts snfficient at- opeialivu, until! lie neM election : would' divide res ) the parties interested l, thai there was a I ''

(tention;and plainly to one-"if The following persons are \ 1 /} cruel nrfl l nn- way to sale their property, and il was! l.y ..
says every from serving as members tbe ( :! 1 ilictalcil l>)' Lnmau,,- joining 'Loyal League"' Association!
'jon want. fOOd hoes or neat tools, walk Stale Convention, or voting in the i I I \ i 'traiuofliceis, Of roursel5e idea of escape from any just- t I

f .in1;.. ,- of the same, viz : all Conciliates: '" I i | i : Uit-tr may dille e Iy-incurred J rwnniiy} by uch a course is ri- .}.,.
ever taken the oaib.lo fUN>tJ.-lILe : } I ; his own temper.- l I Jicntous.o Court would! entertain such. '
1 Tai: NEW ERA.-This excellent and, I lulion of the United States :., R : t : i l.aUI\IItI chain! he j, a plea for moment, and the, mover; of j I
welcome Exchange has again found its of Congress' : or as an ulcer of the ; : : I i mi'nnry! (comman such povisionji+ a r legal meatnre, would
Sway ate*, or ass iiiemLei of ; ot this Le overwhelmed with
any. State l.illrmy ridicule and con- t
to oflu-e. It dead neiihlerbfMl
our was not ,
tarots or as au executive or juJidal tied, ihusavuid- tempt.i If any; 'man lm foi felted l "to' the +
.it elope -1 1 with anollier paramour" of an) :Slate.\ This, includes, I Usidfs l l ; I 'Ihe iihority; uoveinment bis lrnlerty, it i ia by .bi, ton- ,

.,'1.4 jas\1e; bsd J>u.l,:>o td-I.urwa" only! taking bers of Congress and <.!(:Stutp; k .. + ( i i ;:; nl-soliiie tle; (pnj +. (! duct now past and inedaimaMe.' Oi4ihsif + I
l : I ;
I Ii
.'. abort nap."e are., sony to lone our I>(oMinasier, (colUciois U..I ioni*. i j i ; : l I j power lo deU ;2 at: l lI r < lulu! fi'lelily io the Govunmenl may a
ibis and spicy l ro, ARVOW from our Editorial 1. of tlc: United i :,talc" ;rem)' and! III\'Y. | : !I | \"", I lie l-ill Jev.ldr- I I* K>|uiut! of him. but no party MS-I>CM- ;r
\11,1111'6"1 i rates, md cx'g'JYfiulO'! i I )' ) L or < aiise+! to l.. .I ion c.ni al> ore him .
corps ; lint we bope the Em will does not include law | cleik- : : i | ) 'lias Harsh And l -t L
eis I! | >een J 'II it J unforgiving as I the( c'mJ'tr
lose none of'iu\ wj| deserved popularity cop'UUes, commissioners in \hall | 1 'I ; hunmol, ;. "years ; \( [ of( the ,pary! ,minant in ihe Munn

in consequence... coriimisMoners of revenue, tax 'a""C e! 1'S j ( ,: sjfe.tking Ilie; hv heemslo U-. w". do not tel-evr that it I
.:. Mirvevoi, militia oCL-eis, sergeant I i : hula uo such set- 111I1 P l iisulvnl) :co co r Tile Present Crisl knot coum-iN, and 1 1 Clllal'" oll. .11 a.'r', i 'on6.-allOn.CfJlIfTJebu.: J'mjulrtr.Auvicfc. : ..i ,
: ' a somewhat lengthy article, in connection: not oflicers: at all, M' merely tnilli t 1, ;: or condition, and l GOOn .-In an ex.fllent! ei'ilo-' ..
'irhu synopsis i of Governor CionnS tfficeli.I.IOL embraced in the term t limit, to al-jc"I. via) in ,the' Jlllk""rill U,nionlxi,.ulslhe .
(of Geo.) letter to a committee, of gentle- I live 01 judicial." : ] i : tray I Ise IIII" "IJ. pertinent! aiirl timely: -ii:?('siionIu ,>rtUr 4

men at Atlanta: npon tbe subject of our I They are therefore neither d ( ,: ..." fJouiJl-1 io ( uh.irate our laiiils'ly *n impiotnlhys'eni ,
present political affairs, and! notwiibslanding nor rendered ineligible to office. I : 1 with other c.lt'tI.! : our people! Mio-iM pn-Hed xl i.rj-:
; we submitted the manuali.t| to the king of the oath I lo support the Cuu ;I j I \ vvorld i is written !( to orzaniz: U._:+niie in "'t't\lhiw.-' t

examination; of an intelligent :mJ juJiciou'J' lion,of the Confedeisue S.;ne*, : ;,, i i! l )\\ the J.w.> r of Organize; inlri i ;.:*ri. iiltnraJ! : and] Jt.t .'nU
friend who advised r. its, I public\!ion, jc-t : holding of tflke under the Cunr: i: I IJ \\hiih I i.* ;iilmos-l tiuiil4nieties.. ,iji.,.'in/e iuio s0ieiiefor; I t R
.from 'C conversation witli other! and fium : SU\lu. no m.itlei ho\\ higli: 'rue! ,.fli'e. J t i : I ; : U the: riik, (.astral the e"establishment tf Mannf.I 'noiie \ Orcranize J 3 r

the bitter tone of 'onreichanges, leecived ate no disability tn rove: or hold! ( fluv : l ; J ) | l l Uulrieiiulv. J>ower. U H ul\. IM wants' 111.,1) siij'| \Ihe t'r
Inure: its preparation, we have concluded! i der the hilln it 5 ic. Xeithei !i. Auk I'oland! lesuliing menus: of developing the "* to withhold Chum publication for the quahlled for office ty IC-U-OH of his' : : : I ; |' <| the sympathy. prodiic-iive resources uf the whe-le country. I +

present, at least ; H'Jvjsing at ttie same taken the,ouh to 'uppoii) the .. : I I ( thougli:!1 temper ( Organize; : to concentrate mind amii,piialN
time, a ttAm and dispassionate review of i'' of tlJe..Uuileil States, xiid (: l l English: |law, it LkI.1 j upon .11I1 leasiMe enteipii'f-. Organize; loelf \ .' 1 1I
tbe the of 'I' ; in tan toltkll t II jil\- |lit> "1/'IHh"c1' l of Mitlt> ,
subject on pan every ODe.I gagin ( ", providnl ) I : + \11) (.l\h..hit..1|I prills liy
We have'got to m'elIM" great fjue tion f I not take aid oath U* on nt/Ictr, f the .;,curl comrx>. J
I of our day, x-'j it it, and n't..It'd thiuk, j I numl-ei. ili"( iMlitie/l 1 iu :-av.iiin.ili I.v I } I II j | t tin.m KI ilio d l i j l l 'lent (to :hrd eL.ILeuul l etliunke her owa, 4

and rightly so, it o'tyltt to le. thin] section of ihe amendment ; ey I mtuoeis' aud aln F |pufatmii: :t1l.1! produce. l 1..1 i"e i'Ulp! ,.;s sj
I j
.....- the rC\OIHIII.ti.,,, Mil foi. voting for ('>IUltalLh! ilcjuiiy! for ('f\ortal5oii.| .
.4 Unfortunate.We : ber. of n Convention to (Olin a new i.i I clues not extoil.' I 4'Ui not the peop'o' MV. (ti I'eie/thino; ,
stitution for the Slate oar iJ. cannot IK I IIon(.'. onfeviih I p'
t e
fee from tLe Uie issues i : of the two may tee J.f c-satl.sh( : and curry i i Comnienre/at ,
Tallahassee papeisibat somewhat unpleasant -- ],I I They can only l 10e Tindvred el'; iLId J Certainly j i \ H>'nll..l h a s i* ilnml'lli Itt' pea' ur' a-
j l I tic:amt! the talance will
spirit i i\ manifesting: itself between lice or tolI ty :vote of .- : authoritvrum I! f.107! MS surely u
Abe gentlemanly: editors of ,Iot"'o hUv : each! House of Corgrest.The : I l ): : \\ ItJ&ing: ; its tau>. I j any I legitimate tllcl (ullll\t/its cause."
l : 1: (; i -' '
tnfranchi-eil class! consist 1 1 -
o conducted J and justly popular Journal I Ii :'nIKF; .
:; : ; our rha11'nt'l1.eNasl1Tille
This would b e a misfortune under cir groo:: ; ", who alt not, 'hcwt-vei, Ii.il. ;e : i (''-:Ie; consists i inI ,
curastani-e: -but it is the more HHU to from I tic,". The till! provides that whether t i I 1 1I I : aigumenls, eintraf: i f.i Ge: thai UfsiWel h,ve reliatle informa. '
j : ; lion one of ou/iloiighly, 1
Jtbe fact the) it bits; bad iu ougin aaJ Constitutional+ 1 Amendment is ruiti I ; i i ;islatonintenK '
gr uodwort,In a question involving conscientious not ty I the excluded) : +tle..., ne roet I : ; ( 1 that two thiicls, (, introfJucin/! to strike out the '' /
.1 !' ( rc>IM'lIittj" from all .-
Ll'rl'aler'ote for allolfi. I nntional) that
'ersofihe Gag
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scruples in reference to tbiittian 4 | | tendering; l fillitus-
condoct and tbrislian propriety. Wiili- visional Gov; \.rutncnt, as the : ... I 'I : + ; i[ 1 he till was t1"1on, Itie Lr zet ref Ttouessfe.! This i is \I '
ploavd'to lei OJ our Mate \' ; j 1 t : quit a iro 1/1)fi So-ue think that a Hrexk ,
in 47. I
ont taking any part this, as *e conceive. Tin t jI' I fs of (r'oC.'w, ) IicMiIiMiluied) forth I
unhappy c nlrover r,we will merely remark present :: cannot ( !' l ; the rec-on-lniclion
amendment. Ii most le done : I 4tLc.Ihifkthat :trIer till! "T.ie i iHJIt1O" \
: by -
a III.lr >
that i 5s is
according to settled >tie,
our conviction I' now \
I II j e-1, le-l/being rttcl I color !
if <.bri"'li3n p Ore<4011 would let iilature to be elected under C o the ::ou.h have the a al-o) will fol-
hereafter to be framed. : ; ) I i low suit to ;; lye place for "hi u'k-lea.ing t
the vxrrld "render unto (Ca"wr its thing* : '('('1'pi+in;; lhitill I
I[ : A* \\Vo rational: color blntk
that be C.-mrs bnt themselves The most odious feature of he: ; II.IIIIt'ul in- and bhu.ou't' .- '
; they rtn- or 1 .,1.
llii-.t I IK
bill! } ; a regulai Iruiser
struction and the
4 der more unto God tbe ibinj that beGod' ConMuuti'nal : and rule.- ;: : ? i
ment is the 3J section we would 1 soon have a much Betteelite r ; people to ive ihe. The
l of Religious affairs. In our bumble leaves all recognition of the lot l I whcili'/rsiraj. .ir/ Ilousr'lime+.Bankrupt Dill has passed both .: ";. I, ,

u aiadmeot we do think) that the ''C Ji.o Jand Authorities entirely nl tbe disc: ] tlran ha>t.. CXHJ- ..... .
'Bair Tallahassee: has done more injury of the Uiigadiei t till "' S i
} as finally passed, fixes the
District and) mike it his duty) ,
to Religion than the ,"Memorial Assoculion" J ; Cotton tax at two'and a half tenU. I'
and all tbe church members engagedin I suppressing insurrection /<> protect [ ..-
the "Ball"! can ever do good, thou; prnoa !K their "iyhtt ofixrwH and I WINS T} E HEAKT., Seventeen thousan'1 doll have
1 : : ha* the us been
? and all )
trty "topvnith Jitturlert lepu-
each should live io tbe age of Methu&elab. subscribed' iu Xew York to ibe .
; Southern
... .- pu liepracr, and criminali ; in ; liepuMIcan pn- relief fund.A .
fat'NEOBO Asnfel W mess STAY o.. words, b<> shall have unlimited' power ) ? : : >le sentiment r e. --- ..a- '
-At Lexington, Kentnrky. tbe other da p. judicial) and executive and absolute I : edUorial: columns of Washington telegram announces'that; ,i I

"Judge Goo?!loe derided io the woo Ilutchineon i A Perry. to the Cir and criminal.! If, fays' the 1 .. ( : l : out has (cliiefly thority,n us having said that lu good au t f
i \ !
Court, that the act (Congress, conferring correspondent of tbe Cincinnati! : I widows the reconstruction till regards
perish as unwise .
the ngbt !o testify upon negroesVM cial (Radical) 'he ,choose-, set i, 1 is" in the illation very leg. l
mh, that wit h
constitutional, and admitted negmeto local! governments"and courts (as --r e..- .
tbe witnm, '" aM. Tbe plaintiff' had t 11 this law lie may,) be and bis : i j, it is probable= thai t Advices, wys Virginia paper, from t
been a Ffeedmen's Bureau Ageot-the defendants will try every (drunken rowdy who !; d'e of cold Rio Janeiro state that huge, numbers of I
I fun help: will ll ,
were negroes.nThe go-before police court, as well as Americans! who lately emigrated! U.ere'llro. l'' 1
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one charged with theft, burglary, or j ) to Atlanta 1 l.ut forced lo l-eg their living. ti, they can gee ':
LoaUville Joaroal My* : The Hadidl der ; they sill tu a1!;(), every civil f : i ( ) where women no employment. '. ;' 1le

leaders think iiiht; their poliiirpJ pros. from A" action in replevin to a ;: I t There is a -.. .. i

:pert depends upnn making tare' North[ I for all 4*!i2bt of person and property" l j : : : : I Wl relief .otl ".110\1 DO THE RINGS BFLOSO: rof- ..:, '
bate the South as Utterly as possible.! i I are to protect. Tie whole elato'Me f j, !} ,. nut lacer* Tli* Louisville I'otnifr contains a long lst; r
their chief i is of ; ) : :; ( ; and 1 countrv-i _
.I ,And so political employment ; cbinery a government, executive ] ; of the names tot Federal soldiers, whore 1
, r .to lie against, slander, Tillify, denounce, libel ,t judicial l. and, for that' matter | :! I : upon our charit'v. j i( rPmahls! wore recently disinterred near

calumniate; curse Southern Stales so, is thus concentrated in the ) ; i,! be takes r Nashville, Tenn., and upon "whose! persons, i -

l, and, the Southern people pith ever the Brigadier'' commanding.. The' j I Ii is.sent to stran- were found from one lo five gold lings r
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TAMPA 4'' tl rPt
Dry GOods E. A. CLARKE & CO Notice. of; ,
r t1t4ti1tNet intfl\ '
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v Arrival and Departure of Mails'- Hare just Received, direct from New York ,. .... \) .
elmdl @.m m IIJE General Assortment, forming! complete C In- -- --"' """ ,.
OFFICE nouns: and new 1lllbe sold in front of the Court House. ,I Chancery, ". \ I .
IFrom'8 A, iL, to 6 P. XL, daily. SCSDA ta- 11" in Brooksville, on the fint monday in CirC'i1 Court .SOwtiitrla ,
,e .A. M. Just Received Per Steamer STOCK OF GOODSConittmg March nest at the usual house ol' sale, Town Fl.rii4-JlrntrOl **d Dade Jlldiei Covntitt.l tir<"ll\ o, "I

MAILS DUE: ALLIANCE,' lob Nqj"1U(18aDlt the improvement, which Gao>arT A
,'W ; I ; in part of the following art;i. did belong to the,estate of Wm. D. O'neil, deceased G&lItOSl\ j J -
''. MId ays and' Saturdays at ft r.il. A 1r ., 11 at the expenb or Dr. Sheldon :Wringer, J f Dill ,rDiroree. .
Coast ilail t1 ot
etL: (%
sod 23ti each month. Sflz? < >&Q)& which was sold under nn oi Jer of the Probate M.u GlBBO*. )

HAILS CLOSE. FLOUR. Such as Courton| Moudav: 21stday ofDee., l In .t.b'rue i it
I ;t 8! f. iL, Wedee >r. Stringer oiddio* tlienfcff at eh;)lit hundred IT Clearing he by the return ot the Sheriff
'1 Ea CON, Pints, and fifty oollais. and hating failed to n.J bY6.1"it subpaena that 81ntd in this sass
JOHNF.FLETCIlErHPM.'Timpa.Feb.2d. : comply with the terms of vale. : toe defendant reaida e .
E SUGAR.SYRUP. Ginghams, oi tie jt.JicLjOD, or this oq '
1S67. 41 ul Merino, Muslin HARRIET LOCKHART, Adm'x. SLate ot ori.1. and in Court anti out of the
[ .. De !.nine', Feb., 16th, 1807. 43 4w iris 4efore Ordered tile United talH_ .

i. I COFFCC. Jaconets Swiss i Maloney r, r.> Solicitor motion oC W. C. .. _
bucrti5ontnts. Musliii, Vic. Lawns that the '11 q. tar !:mPlniaaot .
f -UnoE i niCE, Irish Linen Baiegcs, For Sale and tIO"wlt; ler.l't.lIl\1'f contl'laioanta'GibLou <10< appear : 1''

.: Ac. Silk Hamlkerchiifs Fancy the 6ia t .ads or bin on or heforo
HARRISON j Neck;: Tie, Ed./eincN;/; the said \ y Aprid rat, or othetwsP&
And various oilier article in the Grocers srltionti" Y..hlt. ( iuiJ'Trim Tae S. E J ofSHH?. H T. 24 B 17 S Jt; E, situ It i..tncr rill I Ib taken for tOl1r ed. ,i'

Hoe, also l Dry Goods and Readjnjade.ClolLinj nmne.biiting! bheeiiuif; *, & on the Vet ti.Ic of the Manatee Jive otrlertvl tla: ; A COpy of thin or. __ s
\ :& jusl'above the lam's now owned l 1. threemonacdonce awortfor ,
0:0tND: which we will'.ell cheap for Drlluigs-LleadAlk; Unbleached bCampbi : the eef
-Marlboro t Hickory: stripes Apply to the ttudcrigne.l 1 published some Uf17111"'per priatcil aid "
i Cash or Country> > Pro nce. IcuinsTickinUicekilcuteh: != : Plaid JOHN DARLING. U.i'ltil"t'ui;. '

-: \ :- l:'y Jeans Cnwimeres, Flannel, Bonn Tampa Pea, 9:h, i SG7. 42-lt A true ca. : Cr.tSOE, Ini. : i
n-rall and Ewmlkt our Siippltft. d: Taffety Ribboue, Iadieo. Cat .< IItI, Attest : l"ruAO& 1 trE'IEI I

GRANT & CRAFT, (UeitianV BalmorrN.Iloo tt t Hoo ifry|,' Skirt's Gloe! Ladies and ( t1I. Key 1r"'ec.. 171.h, r.Jerk., 'Grp : L -" 'k'i!
SHOE fitKER ', Collars' I )Ollie For Sale c.OJ. ,
1 Sore; -Opposite; the Fiord Bouse. :>:: ho ti Cire
Conts, Pants, lesiCilieiUver&LBelii III. I Cotcrt Soullet"1 .. t
{ B March 2d, 95-tf. District udirial
li TTAYTNG just arrived) with a ;good lock of I will sell cbeap the S E J of S E .Florida' il. and Jar Hil1x.rlJ'171 t r
XL Leather and all articles necessary for making J, an.lE } ofNEandSW }. catty: .
fine Boot and$hoe%. ret-peo fully informs r Saddles Bi idles. Bit, ]Halter!. Martin .Q!N E }, Sec: 'J T. :00, S or!lunge 20 Joseph Silts; '
the citinn.'oC: Tampa ADr try thai he is now inejvir'ed to fill all order i in : ] CO tel" _' ammocL: I VI } set aside Decr1 I '
In* lioewiilt; neatness cheapness and dispatch: W'A These is a good log; house on the land and Francis Gem ,
All work nn'*t Ite paid for on tlelirery.; FINE LOT OF DRY GOODS, JUST a good fence around the field. I. A Dill hariaeea; i 1 j .
Shoo; -First.'oor West of Friebe1es:Store. A received), wbicb I offer low for Casb orCOUKtRY P.>cke!;; ; A TrMc: Kuire', Files, Apply to stave BUtlrfMe. and filed) in my .m..1n the : '

Tanipn; March ICih. 18G7. u. liar' A P.id Locus Are Truce OAKEY11ANSF1ELD.AU P" lay affiJ it being made to ape ,
Chains, Hoes, >ho>el llI. :u 'J !)th. 22tTHE the Defendant now on fife in this offic that ,
flee beyond l the
PRODUCE tci ew'l'acks, liroitlor
Drawi'g disc
Jnd] Cij4lt! II 'i

.LANl/J Fa :ory Thread, Knifes C ;>8.,Fiy Hatchet I' -us,l,Teahetilce. GUll! I, hereby: nude thai the defe/fido IL

sheeting! rGirtiog Lai., Pots.. For Sale ante petlr, plead an" or ,demur to lh| Complain 1
: Bale OVCi is ;,1BilLrbrfore the fir*
For Sale. Calicoes ic.. eimOF ,in .JJBI next ... ,ame Will be fates Monday .,
Hoop Skirls!!, \1TiIIIJC old at Manatee, Flo., on Monday 1st "" ae rou. I. I
? \KI nest the )known I'rol1illoa, .'
De Lames, > 4Tibs propelty( aBAGiI s t14JL1ieation I
or ,
I offer> for sale my i-lace on the Alafia, one .. Dress Pattern, '> ) MILLS, (situated: 1 Oil. Bradens Creek ., in 'l&lIIf X.Ilj1a" ( order be r t'
nitle and a ball from Roe'a Font, contain-; Bed Tic)liqs, 01ll(1, Pi2in To\!: "" Flour Chili rs., Slew*. Ct-ooi.*, Bin* in Manatee Co. Aoc"Steam I Mill, jolt ere c- c ;. Duce, wok r three r puLJit.be.l coosECUtir I this Cirui I'ml.1. '
Jng liO: acres of iot r Shawl. : \\V11 Bucketllor; cIS etl. a cn-tt mill and i-hiitgle; machine: with month. "
Dlmll '
j haruraock with .about (1,010 worth of Cedai. Shifts, A coi.i'w, Ase Hchcs ,:e.'lJ other. tiMiireiat'achol' included in the Mile.Teii II. L. fJiHJl1 aJ. GI ENk Ct'k l\ G't. !

on iU An excellent )place for a Mill site ; Neck TiesBjlutoraK ltl'J tcah. KCZIA. LEE. : : t tFOR ,
large liranc'i: running through dividing I I11Itaumoek ie 4t t."-. Atlin'x. (; nIJinltlI'c'L
,, fear Jte Pine Land. fat !healthvrezion. Marlboro Stripes Pans, Pai!., )'laic;; Ci'e'.iia. etp, Tce.'ob, Jan. I y11 S6 7. ::: .
'm. .
and beautiful' place for fcelllein-nf* 1 Bleached; un1)1 :act.e.l 1) !ucs I
I .ill sell the above' cheap for CAS: Apply to Domestics;, EARTHENWARE &c Notice. In dancery.Ix .

I I MRS. JAMACSII. J:e., A e. "::te*-Tea. Brcal-iVttt DinnrrBe" ;I IKl'ci Cups- TOE Cent CCCKT, Socinsrti Jctit \: I ,

MArc 16lh. 1867, 47-tf A, A. ALLEN. < A Coffee InIi, Cowl J'l.iiteis fuchsia pei"op'* iiuM>1 eJ'!o (he T>lao! of Fran cut tcfrr OFFLOE1nltS V ,
:Tan "G 26-1 1 fT Ac. Gl.'swnie-Tuinlilctc. Cobble: !+. Lt'e.lale ol Mpnalee county deceased: HlLLfRO Go. \ i I 1
: AAminisVrator's Sale, Syrup Piicici: !, Salt C IIJ.*, & are ;icgnireatowalei.iediate! imminent and '. .
Keio cne La"'I'| '.. all peisoiis, hating: dcutandt ..:;:\in t sai.1 Estaterretequired IanaomJlobley, ) I t
DY virtue of ao order the Probate Court HAVE JUST- RECEIVED, per bclir. " Bill for Divorce; I
J) rtf IIernai: lo CowpJy. I will oflVr! fur ale J. rah Helen,"* direct 1 from New Yoik, aiulof GROCERIES. within two years! or they will be Mary bier \ \ ;1 I I
onlcrr, lo the loj-ne-t Ud W.'ore ter for ale the: ol,' forever bcicd.
4il public ler ; :at also; of KEN\EI:: : : 1 he Cant HouVe .1<>or. in! Brnok!;'ville, nn l IteJ IhtL1j1, : ; i .;:,...li O.llV, J i"all.!! well r.s1 ,- acker* Cliee<>, Tilo' ; Bieul. IJnllfr.ai- KEZIALEE, AdmTs.Notice. Abill'iocrltfcn caui-eaud my itbeinniIe u a I '
st Moo-lay in Apr!! next IwoM'litAiy Lai, : toned -tu-!k;; oT "' on", Al.noad., Pt'1n'] ,, CIII.I\', Soils., a Ion :(('lrt:1.a. :n'I., 1G7.;: nr>rl'\I"lli.htif, I hat; he defi-ndanc ides!
t WtrmutXo s <::1:! A. 4iJj6, l>elo.<:;;iiit.; toW DRY GOODS. ]'ir"I.'", llI"llrl': 1'epprr, 'I'i'e, Leyo.tic l limits of ih t) Southern I Jnieial .
.. E"'ae.'f IVx-ec: ? ?Inui..1. t1"-.I- i\tr STATioxsrr 1'1.:1. Cot:;.e, IIZ Ii':1': ; C.III' Circuit Floiida, '0.,y IL : !in the count of I e.
t.1''S'Ii''.>e>i; in. Irtl: iK, .- Uo Triii;'* made :''OW'I .>o >l.tr oae.* SCHOOL BOOKS pkaMIr1et'' inokiiicr .t orderoiatthe defendant do ,i,1. "\ tr =.
appear \ i
A. B. MUNDCX.: Ad.n'r. LINES tc T f r1 VES, FISH Cliewinjj, Tobacco: &; pltiltswer I or demur to ihe cvp.uplAlnaa t

., )[ r..1Ir.I". If.t.7. 4w: HOOKS, CI'ElVtSG TODA Kerosene Oil, SIXMONTILfront thiHl1 I,. thtll: present slid t IjO't or ln'foie the first Monday: in Jky ,t
Al' toucher: 10 Willi.ini'M.Gaincpn I nez! he same will be taken ti
1 o- Peifiuneijr. Co'melics Comb w eoufe.setlPlovi : t
/ DAMAXTIXECAXDLES. : .hlllre or Pi-obate (Hernando Co. I
; I i. I that ; ;
publication ofthii
r I'T O. O. .If. PERFUME liiiIie, Pens P.ipi & Ink, JuJ !or a final bcttloiuoiil o't I the J E-late' o' Rebecca come ordeibemade
newspaper published tisiircutice
RY, MATCHES. V.II iOI1'4( other a. Notes.liwin MuiuU'ii, dic'd aid .T-!! to be lUcIiavteJ; fixnu week for three months eons \ 4 g jn''l opened! our Stock we nrepie the further adminU.ralioii; of said: E.lac.{ ivel I
<'I'UH1' l\v: lh. icb: t.iy' of March nest I c", : ,
On \:nnto sell M 'low ices J.. MUNDEN) : AdmV. j. J. civfeNs !
::1. .
( : as crk a (
rt.r.oq I'n :roo
will vSt\\, ;or ",lie lo file liishefibiiMer} for IVb. 01 h, ISI*.7. 42-Gm. ,
I ra.h.al iuy >-10I'f'l rS: ,,:.:11(. of Mock in :it h t t.lt (1"IiV :ii: I\'e ToIh\: \\'ill '..1C..Ste can l I.e I'onnlit in the pl.tce.: Our Term' E\ 2. 1807.C 41.3m
.1 T.1mLOO(| eluldinuunpany-ccrtmfitat; : | Git't n J or Countij PioJoce. CallIlid ,
rin'io'i ;10'11 Io40 "!ieerib. Alo lot 4 nonv ( See for Yointtleet, :i' my old Stan, For Sale Notice, -
: pnosr.L: *.
i' ia llolk I 9. ,ij ::Ire I CJiyof; T.imi .
I II I ISS:. ; surveyori Ss'ptemberlM1.'sG.! llitf.T'lie turner or Witsliinjioo & Nation f Street, < i onierlejdate' the undersigned AO i

T..I pfopeiiv l oTered:: for rile\ is to pat tIle '1't'mna, Flit Nov 10.20 If. :Sni.scrmbrr offers for "sale the ?!. W.'r' ii.trator">'of I the Estate of Joseph *. "' ,
;' \ tl. ljof<< llicTiiirtp.- 'lx>-lie, No. 1, 1. O.'t) ). F. ': tiniVif'tiie.l; rrq|'<<-\ h'\.' iau,'ms lie( :$. 1V..Irof| !S.4.T.aft. 11. ItS. and fX Urn. (l..rl'II..t".I. will present their final
wh'clt wei" f :!<.... ;." iI.ti'o.l.Iilltanae.lnPneeofiIiep ( ii! that lie :bas ji'topcned' a lake n iu urll a, d"rra.oil. There i i. oo.l Uboroush: County, Florida, and uk )
hleml of the Lo.k failing : ihemri! n ;; dwillino lio
>eFs i o )p.iy ue."iI C. L. !; f p aotei. .lock; of FRTEBELE.just ] Ie.h: i I1'J as such Administrators 1
nod] dlHini ( cco-
; AtCOIi) ,,:; 10 Ihe Con-;il lit io;, at llie Oi-di'r., filly fll'\UCO" hI oilier valu.tMe .lill'tHV. f
C. 1. FIUCLCI.FTrA.vrr: : I flint! li''oiiu the preiui-e, H I li nltogethcroieofthe d
: itemed /
a L.x.rc, and tpleiuid! Sloe' BRANCH.. )
H : nio-t desirable '
Taps: 1'cb. 10th. UKPostponed. .I places on Old Trimp.i. )
I )'swiss ctbh. AI'I') ''' to W. Co BROWN. JAdtlMJ. I +
DRY GOODS c. > f irv. 12th, StJ7. :88-ta.
.\Jlu'r ,
l ./ .
Tie "''x>ve M! i* p-j'tponed until the : ; I :, Clear Wnier, Tla. I'eL 23d I. ISC"U ..
; Notice. I
t I3lh J.ty of 1,186'1.| ;
C. L. FIIICUCLG. I: GOODS -Est.-ay/f! t.f, I .li. o.J. Hart, .iceea"cl, picjcnt: my accent
Tampa, M..rctl! 1R,1,'i. Ids.For A
]I.r11D1ti.IRC t t y \oiuhers lo the Jude oi Probate, of ills
'! To n'll,cis lie i.nili-s::1CAtteiiion:; o'l'ie: cili- "1110,11 r-p by' C.mol' J II.: II. Kobcrl.: lunch Cutiiit, )". for :' final aettleiarntauc.sk
; reiii of 1'anpaaad| thc 'lIrl OIlIl.'in.i Countrv.I J. "oit, ,tie:'!' li is re'iiiciice iii iMitoutitv.n i lic'ilihth.trsre I frogs the further adm iuira.II !
: L AND CKOCKERY-WAR': E, llctlaitn- hiiiixclflh.il :he "'/I.le a-, :goal a 'e.leetioll .1.11. k 1 .'}- 11I,1I'C imilc.supposed toe tl.fir oi the !a.Ii1;l otnto.MARCARETHART. 'i
and van M.1I.- I'lie-p: !for (.',11.1':1:0 the ei,ht n.. nine )i ar.'a old ; i ii five feet hi..|II ; Ad.mr. ;
COOTS; AM SI lOHS e11e11M.t.ilis. h I.Nouitf, while about the' ruse, auJ q kite hairs; Pni'ipa, Hx, Oct. Clh, 's 6, 24CnNOTICE
01 the Ip'of thehen'diheic:{ :
Sale. bridle is -
i Stork consists i 0 rSTAI'J..I' and .1 ." ;11'1 the tip!rlt: Tore hoof. Is ,.worn"I".i 0!' DISSOLUTION..
Ready Made C1ohin,. &:. 1 : at ticr! >,iim ofllnehundred and to1Ir.l
f Wltt't..1 I twenlv tire FII:MofCLAl11r 1 C& IiIUGIIE
Thirteen 40 acre tract of land. Oit Uie Which I will ell low for <.';1..1.. FANCY PRY dulls\ 'tl>euwueriii.ihave' swill mule J byownerhip late oi Tampa. Florida WM i1is'olve

Jj i of Hillsboroiisli and .Alalia: mlapie.o1 lo JOIlNMACK'OX.f.; r.001K.ORfCKUnns. ) r :- j rooiuGprtvall 10 the ''",lerilIet ,111'0\'ill';, .I t ila3-of June, iii' "f..l lav nil'!11:11 consent. \ .

Ui, prodrctiou of Corn few jar Cane Rice. I t IVmp?, Nor., l .. SO t : H .\ J u D WAKE.CUOCKKRY. 1 for tainc!" in/oaul au/pajin: :;; all c-osiT aril c'lai-'M: The Cook of the lin'i nle in the !liamU oft |
Fruil, .kc. floated iii a hcol.by ]wiioii' of I, : estray. ,. Clarke ; and 1:111' 111':0'! and l eic.Btor, a.. I IiNjueUd
with: 5 o couotiy. > Jilt: C.\ITr.l:' I I BECDUB\ GULF? P.lfKET. LASS; W.HIBOOTS: it SHOES.it GIVEN, 'i-iUCllt.;' n> cl.Iule.iu&.wll foi iutiiicdi.tte se .

Tampa March 8ih 'C';. --- Till xn. 20. 2m.
FIRsT: I'CE111UM1'L011': ;? D. HUfHEA
Notice TIDE A NO. 1 STEAMSHIP BROOMS: 41t:1'AINTEI)1'AILC! ., -- TAI\II.Jnlle! 1C'!., '.iG 9fi I e

; \vor i > ;t\vir/o\v\VARE: Notice NOTICE I! '

i I hereby given that thii ty ..1.nr..er .1al 1# 1 i Pf.AIN.JAPANNKD! Six 1.10aolhj after (b e. 1 will apply to the I
: i Is will apply to the Jii'!afler the miblicalion of notice. JmLje Probate of Hill-.boo' Comity, for ,
) .I, will to the /final! ,.'III'men1(1! dNchar from drai.1" I
County, for au order lo sell 1I011ioo' o apply Honorable John, Dai a ? \
4 j the real C,. UUe of Joliu{ L. May, ilecM to |pa y \V A1 R E S, lin;. Jn,:,{" of IVobnleiitanii: for IlilUbormi'County .- i'ntio-i: on the E iate of )[. C Drown late of I
ALLIANCE.GEORGE I Hoii.la, for r .. id Conn' .'..c'd. i
the 3e'>ls tiC radE; *tate.MArUON COOKING; an or er U. tell the fo -v I r.
MAY- AXON, lowing real e..1 tao: the! piopcitv of Marii S. B. T,f>D, Adro'r. 0 i,
SI 0 ;
mIDi.3I'ix .1.1. DI+y.LrookseiUe STAPLES Cofuu.TlTill HoniJ, :i lainor. to-wit, : Je bonis uoiu I
., ) llarth,.lOtlt, 1867. awI ] n00KTATIOXEIY: : :; TbeN y"' "" SE J, oCl-ec.I. :., Tow Tampa Sc1'. 23, 'OG. '6 m, .x I .
.1 I leave New Orleans on the: 17lho 1 ," each &, PERFUMERY I 1 ship : :!, :;., lane 21 I Fat.SLTIi I.
i I Notice.Ts li n'olllll.\OJ Key VrV-1 on the 2nd! of PAINTS AND HOWARD, Guardian. : ,
1 I I tell mouth: vn iciuin; trip ; '.lovicUin; onih Tampa, March 2nd, -
?i.en to all those 'ebtetl to th a ,, OIL ;S il-c., -ii-4w; '
lierery 3 :\\ at the j oi-ls of Pensacola, Apahchicohi, IX MONTH AFTER'ATE, I will prakj ; .;. I
L4 .L r>La,e o' 1Y. J. %c iccr, d'ecok that IIlIln'i M. Maik I ', Cedar Keys Tampa rud l>,iy TOI'.II"II. notticnltttnl and Agricultural.; 1 Seas] <('nt myo. account and oi'chers to the Judge I
they sows fon ar.1 .ni. once and wtilc; np their .... Patent Ma
  • r. ounUhall be for 1-lacr.l collection.in! the haadb of iUe rEJKI='S d;: unusnv. Lot' of Fur 0 j t u r E', jri-l.v a* Aihniiii'trii.1' ; <"' the Estate: of J. I IJ.lIuOkt'I'.lale I
    ; i r'r'' oJlit'el" Agents New Orleans, of slid 0\1/10) Icce.v'eJ, and .. '
    1 1Vul. S. a'ENCEIi> Alm'r. A. DE Jlt\31. Sporhmru :arc rrqtirMnl to examine his A 11 |'er''on'' having clam, az: iDft: 1 the Cste a*k fora final! ,,ollleir"t and! be discharged i

    "i I Ode f. :,)If. Agents M. Maiks. fine slorir or Rifle atilt shot (Guns; of Willi.ni 11. )11t1l-npl.l.| !lair of the Cal from the further (lnti. < thereof '

    .: w. o. VERRIS. Pov.ilrr.Dolr eIIS, &.r. t> of 1'011.1:110: of nOt...!." deceased,are o- Lot LANIEPw adiuV.
    E J "II\,110 ihem J1I1ttJJ 'OC. 1lt-D1.
    Agent, Tampa. i-it-pin duly antheuiicatedlo
    will find it to their :
    advantage to tnc: I
    'Notice TebruirvSd. 1SC7. -11-tf. IIII.ll'l"iII".l'iihilllll; time ,
    : lo examine III".1..;, !iffnie pun hasing eWwhire : lI" Ui-, will be plead in |1'1''Il'I'ill'Ilyl.4w 1 1price.
    b.uof .
    1 will ;'H for C>*/. Pt the lonest mart oTeiand I iho-c their' '
    r CIVEX'. Lh L thirty Jays from .-t price linnkS-tl: .,< and small!! Piofii.. indebted will come forxuid
    fiEREC : Fair Notice. ; The ahighest ll ) m.ise pa\i,>ienL to weeks front tl .!.." of this notice, I will I
    I5 :
    th? dale i.i9 i: AIJPIy 10 theVm.. M. .! II1H keg price paid for all kinils of Six JuJS o, Probate for ,
    : W. the 1"-
    IDrnando Co. W. :SHFPl'AP.D Adnv.Notice. to i
    r Garr sui. J 1I< ,
    I VilihrLall.; .! W.rA J larlow, Feb. 2 J Monroe V.oimlv: f
    t order La..J! two : 18Gi.
    Cab IIIJoc'
    tor nil T I hereby' iptition; all per'ou-* from r : 4tS\v. on the Estate of/l1'ah' Mulrennmi JeceawLtENIV1tULP.ENNA i
    A;' ,:toL.. hala'in': ; to the Elate o.lebecca )Iull"t diifinj, butinz.selliugorahippin, uia4ln Nor. 1 Olh 20.tf'r..tl.licwrntAent. -_ { i
    late std' (C..o"nt"t'2..t ( cattle i i the fullowint mark) and brat. dh. ISsiu. 6.w
    oleo' ft' I !;; : Key WcU c "' I
    1,. ALLEN IIUNDENIlronbwiUe .... {' Upper| and under bit: in one ear, a..l split jlli j 1'-00, rll: : .
    VeU 9tt,1867.> 4 the other-Branded D, and figure 5 i..&iJe, be- ) eifivv.'n-ie. : hell) ut" fi.tpnttrd, .
    I ,. "" |!I 'longing: to mf"". f t-fMniiig Mpc'iinc1' *. Tlnee: sew Lin%. Uii. i
    : Notice. Crop and upper) slope in one car, hole and I Jtl' and ,?I rr fceil. >eu! oil ui i.l1. Tiioolmvchtiir ". \Ll.l'ErOXS: indebted lo lit\,| Eil1 of Notice. )
    MONTH* after date, i will apply toll I i j j''split in the oilier Branded, M. P. roll) } i'l t the Ui!5,ed S\,..' fur b" th.i.i J ', late of IIilW.oioub" ; loon. ; r.' I f
    .SIX( W. )1. (;ttrri60n. Ju.I:( of 'rtIIII.'i";"I j I AI o crop two split in erch ear-Branded HO, which: aye Inky' l:cusp' f y [)',-. U'A .elrri I iv'. .l,'cM-od. aie Wrcbic.iu"lod to make: ; tiriii P.W. WHITE *; CO., of Tampa, ; I '
    ; and for I ner'I"'-> C e for finn Duo e M. P., the protwttpof: Po rent .0.1 ,114 nrefi tiwa aJlllloiat1'att. z j Any IMH-HOM fonn.l >ii,lntbi :: theabove mar awe! &';,('Jr. All oil-er:! cheap: iit.-Hr'iinei a"e'I nM' pei-Mfiti: baTiii-5,: ('hi.." l\cain.t said <.tale i nintiir enrtenf, Alexander A. Allen ban J }'
    .:lIe estate of ast.hpe:: Dot iOlI late of lAid eouA.v ked add brandraedQe. will be ]uo!ecuted ac i"tJ-ri"Y >Htit-'t and the 'f'11"1'01' rear p'e lie :use rcipineii' 10 piesent ilnw, duly antis nica- lin.rcha":Jon llu ioterestuC I'. W, White and t
    to aree/fNPGNJ 1ll'"olu.r.ll." 'I lxd: uiihin the! time ... lusiness the old .
    d"d' col liarr: to law. Auuro, or rr''I"t'tit.e.1'y.law, oi they wilt isue at stand.
    'r'J \LLE\ B. MUNDEN, 'I DANIEL" 8UA call upon Shaw: & Clark, Biddeford, Maine, will be forever barred. P. W. WHITE. '
    D/09bvi1J Feb.9th,1867.4. : West March lat A1fA\. or Chicago, 111. I C. S REYNOLDS, Admr. A. A. ALLEN.Jdititry .
    Key 4i Cm.. June, 16th, 66. 1-y. Clear Water Jan. :5th, 18C7. 8w. ttfa; 1867V .o-tl j V


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    \\ : on the changes by the. war in the -(0)( ) : .1

    the Baltimore Transcript says : DEPARTMENT. I
    i .. ? U mid to make strange bedfel. :! >
    \ Geyrrnor-1IOD.1). S. alter
    and the distresses caused by the late Lieut. Gov.-\'-. W. J. Kelly ;; Is a !, *,:
    hare certainly thrown many Southern I'e'tv of State-B. F. Allen ; A. '
    Into positions and associatitM ex Comptroller-John Beard; ( I
    alien to their former pursuits and Tl'ealturer-C.I1. Austin ; f ,
    Attorney General-John Galbraith ; "
    Register of Public Lands Hinjh A. Corley I _
    1 Stafford mines for coal l and salt : Williams If i .,
    Speaker House of Itt"p.-J. ; J
    Duke of Norfolk deals in malt, said' .

    i Douglas in red herrings- JV'MTl.IL I>KIARTMENT.Hon. so ,11 i

    ;: > Lee'teaching school-,'Joe John C. 1'. J Ihll'ollt.-Chier Justice ; !
    and Beaeregard, olber generals run- A. E. Maxwell, ) sons I 1 m y
    :: Associate.J ushculIOl'1'tJL'R.'ln.nICUL
    : J. M. Baker f !! t
    and taking photo
    express wagons the i
    are some of the specimens of the day -x\\
    : (TEtli?. '
    which the results of the .war have rato : '
    I in the changes vocations and Judge James Gettls. said .1' -_," 'I
    Solicitor-II. L. Mitchell, ,' l 11
    I Bat these are nothing in com \ .
    i with the metamorphosis in lives of \file '
    niLLSBOBOlbll OOtXTT.: : '
    and :
    of men and oweu once in af Judge ot l'tobllte-John Darling. ing ] !" T "

    circitnulaoi-es and Alto are now Clerk Circuit Court-J. J. Givuis. i e..
    ng'themselves by force of necessity Sheriff-J. T. Lesley. ::
    Coroner-M. M. Keen. f.
    which be named.
    occupation can !Surveyor: -W. C, Blown.W. .
    i ;
    j > once the proprietor* of Urge "

    may now be found equipped with ns4oNLrY / r. }J

    holding plough-banale, or W. D.lIt:11dcrson. R. Booth J. R. RoberUon. .,.1l! t
    out sugar and coffee by the W. ALutly, >*. ;
    t in. grocery shops ; ladies high Lied JUSTICES THE I-EACE, 2.L Disk lit
    : ,,who were once the lenders of socie FI. Clarke ..!. :
    I I now taking sewing for the bare :' :
    L Bell jr, Lawful Constable j j
    of subsistence. And
    happy are
    : } t!
    '' NOTARIES rillLlC.J.
    t are able to find even such are. h :
    A. i ",
    from the wild blast of and Henderson ,
    poverty .
    J. F. Henderson.it the !
    \ Others there aw, and the number filed ] .
    -: who ....ilhfamHiea. of little chil ..... I ;: 1

    i dependentupon them, have absolute.. 2. < \IAr.1r"t... : t

    resources-no means of !life!!, no eaitl- e
    of,ultimately escaping the horrors In the Circuit Court, SouthernCircuit : Judicial same : i ti

    of Florida, in and for JIllUlorouyh : \
    ; when ;
    I tells that the the ( :
    AuAzoy. Agassiz us
    Spring: Terra, IS07.
    is 150 miles wide at the point ale. ,
    Hun KaAcse \ A'Uarbmentv ,
    it, metis the ocean. The only way 11 \
    Ain't (j
    sworn lo8100.00.
    can distinguish'. it from the iAt-
    you ALOAM.ER Rond filed for 'U.[
    LEACH 350,00
    ) .
    is by ot er.dug; the yellow waters of 'f
    river mingling with the blue waters of The Defendant, and all others interested
    hereby notified of the commencement of this ) I f
    ocean bout thirty miles from the Suit Attachment, and that
    by they me required | \
    i Two''J thousand miles from itemouth to appear and plend to'the Declaration filed, \
    broken by ionumel able islands. ODe in said cause, at the said term of our Circuit \

    is half as hug: us Ireland, and the Court. : .
    I on one tide is so wide that in II. LMiTaiEiL. I ,
    PlaiulifTsAttorney.Tampa In
    1 np it yon cannot see either shore Dec., 20th. 18CO. 36 3 / ( I
    I t ,
    have to sail up the Amazon 1200 !
    I before you get rid of the idea that In Chancery. '" 'I

    : arc on the ocean There are no banks :: :
    IIHIttif.rouah!}' Circuit Court Soulnern JvJicial date
    \ for-that distance. The whole !
    seen ; Circuit of}Florida I'
    a I
    I ] 'of the Amazon is immense (or-I i j
    : an ;. B. Todd. A.lm'r. debonia 1) state ; I .
    : Vegetation teems to ri*e from the nun, ofMicujnh C. Blown, | Petition todeceaid. I ;
    ,: Here and there a flat topped* : S fureclo Mort. : J I ,. 'i
    } bill may be seen. The highest i is nut''. vs. I gage. IIl1t : I t I
    Pii vill.t Blown ( t
    + A. J -
    1000 feet. Professor Agassis exam ;
    ) J..f..n.1nnt.l'rjllCiU A. Brown nn.l all w il I
    some of the
    came to con '
    intere-te'l, will\ take notice of the
    1'i.a that the whole region, embracing filing of the Pilitioniii the above stated .case ) ) : I
    or 3000 miles and a wid.h .o" for Foreclosine :Moilffn-.ro: .>n Lots one, [I]] [ ] : ;
    V 300 to 700 miles, was at one timi and four, [4] of Block! (.ixu-ei-Jit, [i8l in the :! i I ;
    .>d with water. His theory about t City ofTnnipa and Male of E'lurida, and thai
    application will W fondant the Sprint: ; Tern j 1
    1 sand hills in that formed '
    they .were by .
    of sod i Conit. ISI; for judgement! + of Foreel
    and left standing when the waters SUIN of said lol'IClgt" .
    l The climate is mild and healthy. WIIlTF.Jk-ALT.EN. f I
    ,' ; nights; are cool aad the 'thermometer r Sol'cl's, for IVI il iouer.Theforeeoinir I; .
    not often rise ',bove eighty degree i ia a I true' copy of Notice now :! t
    on file in this otiice. j
    t ; The valley is rich, beautiful .- fu*t : In ,
    prodl1cliv, And the time will corn., j. J. c )n ENS. .... : I
    : think, when it will le inhabited I Cl'k CX [ !I I

    ,OOO.OOO people. Its present ,popu Oct. 1188: 254m.: .. \'tT 1
    r is 250,000. ::Sail l ) !
    t .. In Chancery. filed r
    J bf'ORT.U1'--ro BUSINESS M EX.-The In lie Circuit Court, Sonthrrn Judicial. t 1' '

    h from the 1'ilUburg Guzttte: M Circuit. of Florida, in. and for Jfana i
    of a business house in that CH iy. 'I fie County.Caroline .

    illustraies our .iewi! : 11: Jernig.in, 1s. same i ,
    M i a briet interview wiib one of our >' v Hill for Divorcee : I

    ] liberal patrons, a few daysince, \\ Aaron Jernigan, ) 1S67 i l
    his xj'eiienfe in tlu policy of A BI1.1.1iISG Iini.V FILEIi in inyotlic .alUo : )

    I, We regard his ans,, er &.'4 in the above entitled call+e, and it t>fng! :
    worthy, and commend it (o the con made to appear, by' /lfli.l1\'it. that the drfend.intip [r ] I : : ,w
    +ides beyoml the limit of the Southern
    I > I y
    r 1. !( of oibers. He said the same JndicialCilwvilIOwitinllreoantyntClrrnrJ. :
    I of business in which he is engaged in the :SlMe I'loi-KIa: It! i i.> lincdr onlcreil I ; I ro'
    : been carried on at that stand far ten that the ilefjDi'ant do 1II'war.( nnJ plea-1, an I i s
    by one, and nearly ten by another saver or demur lo the complainant raid Bill: !
    I '' That these men gave dili on or Ix'foie the first, Monday, in Ptbuiarv 'I ?. ,
    j ncxtorthe "nme ill I.e taken n* confewf l, i
    attention their '
    lo business sober
    were PrQlr.lhntl.uhli"3ion' : of tliii or.lertt'\ made J ;, I I
    frugal, but spent nothing for adverlis- in some i>..,pnper pul.lUht-d\ in this Ciicuit, f I I sF
    I They were just barely able to eke!. once a wr'ck for two "oih-oculii months.U.R.MCLLOH /,. :
    ( a living. 1 bat he bough out the I \: ( ct'k ct. i-t. :! ) "s
    ; Mnn.it.e County. % : ) I
    and became debtor '
    j : tea years ago II I-MiUhell, Sul. for CompTL! :: I I
    !I the whole establishment lie fell poor Nov. llli'u: :l:. -2o C'n !ht i[ 11_
    J only expended $50 ]per annum in each in 1 I
    I business papers the first year ; lliat In Chancery. fare" : I : ; +

    i ) he increased his expenses lo In the Southern Ju 1 iboucaud dollars for ad
    iJa.inniiJ for tie County of lulls* ( : I
    I I and the ah"bas demonslra'cd) lorouyh. 2'o .'j)riu:t Tam lSli". the f i
    I.'fti.) .
    I marvelous utility, and he is lo-tlay
    JOHN: D (CUM. Hill) I f
    J IS'57 I
    ..... $175,600, and his aoual profits are i
    I H. > to Foreclose Mortgage. ; ',
    ; olly increasing. i Cr111:: : I ,:
    Jo-tru MA ) ) II '
    i; renowned clergyman of New York A BILL h/l\'incl.e..n filed in my Office in the; ] t t I t
    above t'otit 1..t1l'11u..', i..inm .
    ; lLer fiom end it !: mn ly preached a long seimon +
    npJrnrL[ [ \ -\rtidavitlliat lhrUcfrndaudreriJ,.( J I t,
    text,-'Thou art weighed :in the baiI i- beyond "tl'r limiu of the oulhern ..lu.htulniuuil !
    .j I uf Florida to-wil, in L.n' t> nly, : I I
    I and fount wanting: After the con-
    Flo. It i is L ', oi-.KieJ I that the'D{feodant I .
    .. (' had listened! about an hour Jo appear plea an+w ,'r, or demur, to the : I 'R'.
    Complainant( said Bill: \ on or livorethe. first "
    e began to get weary ;nd weut out ; I
    ,* 1 Monday inpril nest orthe)adiue lbe\\. ta- \
    soon followed greatly to the annoy 1i.en M c(>n(, ",'J.' .
    t ill a of the minister Another person /'rol'iI.I. that iiiblication of this or.lel'Lo! lit'i j .. '
    male in
    some newpapor published in Ibis l'iin r's ,
    whereupon the parson stopped coif once a Meek foiviun fi.nlln fiMiKociitiveh. -
    ., and said That's I '. 'J. J. l.IVKNS) 1 I 1 'I
    right u-
    gc :
    : II. L. ilrrciint, Clerk C. C.ComprntySol. I 'I Y 1 'J
    . t ; as fast as you are weighed pass late !i r.r ..-:-
    Tampa. Jan. 6th, 1867. 2m.
    :. !1 t ( lie continued his sermon at some J''Ct'II \

    i f after that, but no one disturbed him date
    , Notice and ,
    laving. uf 1
    ; ,.
    .. ; i ;
    1. 1 "Ios+, I wanl twenty-five cents." aid a ALL rEr."oIani: :: : ; demands acain the''j me
    ; ymlln printer to his employer.Tventvtive of JoabGriflin; late IIilM.nro'\ j tile I ti
    ! ,! cents how soon do County deceased will present their claim : of I
    you I !
    { : it Jake f" without delay ; and all pet+Ono indebted) to : i ,
    i: I said Estate are requttted to make immediate! } \ ) aJ i g
    j "
    1 faXext Tuesday. payment to the uttderoij\ 'ed. All creditors In : 1 i'tt:
    t t,, ; : soon as that Yon can't get it-- and p*>r on. enlided to 1i+lnbuton? are hereby 'i I t
    noiified that their rlai'ita at'1, { ] ;
    [ told you so often that when you II will be I arre-1 l I '
    the extinction of two \"eaifroni thus date, un. :
    in wtnt of so large a sum of money \ !
    less n li il"l within time! ,
    ; oust give me at least four weeks. ti )- t JOltJAGKS0S, Adm'rTampa : ); I

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