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: April 6, 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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-S.: C. CRAFT, Editor, \ TAMPA FLA. APRIL 6.1867. VOL. l-NO.5 '
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\ The Crown.bt a Hundred Sons. young girl found it so ; for four years she fortune, since you know how to sn t rt Supplement Co the ATlllitaryBill, (
It was past midnight, and' the bride Lad struggled with misery without being ableto misfortune.. 'I loved IOU Frederickcontinued 'I had The following is an abstract of the bill .

already been some time in.,the nuptial vanquish it and her father died in the the young woman. seen supplimentary to an act entitled '"An act ( t !
PDiL!Ezb SAITKDAT BT hamber. When the young spouse succeeded hospital. you but once, bat it wa& impossible for met to provide for the more efficient government ",

: : T K. SPENCE at last ip escaping from his friends 'The mover soon followed the husband forget you; and something in my heart of the rebel States," and to. facilitate ,

and leafing the bal! room, be ascended the and the young girl was left alone in the attic said to me that'oar lives ought to roll to* restoration, which WAS introduced in the

TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : stairs upon one of the landing places on for which tbe rent was unpaid. If gether. As I looked at Lord Melville AS United States Senate on the 6th inst. by ** 't|

'One copy one .h.OOIae' which a waiting maid met him and told there was a fairy in the tale, which I am I saw his melancholy countenance and his Senator Wilson, and referred to the Judi"I: \\ ; i
him this is she sharp and almost weary eye I said to myself Committee. 'i
to enter. relating certainly the moment ciary ,: \
copy nir months. . . ..1.50
that the he was taking was nothing
It. The new husband tapped lightly upon should appear, but there is none in it.- step ,"Section one directs the commanding .;' '' { f

4 --oRATES -- the door and threw himself at the feet ofa This young woman remained in Paris without less than the step of revenge, and I officers of each district to cause a registration j ,

\ OF AD VEItTISI NO. woman, who was waiting for him Mated friends without protectors, without was loth to be the instrument of it. If the to be made before Sep':. mber I, ISOD,' \ :

'On near the fire, in an elegant night dress, profession, without aid, having at Lyons noble lord did-not receive a refusal ha at ,in each country! or parish in his district, of .'*-' .. .1 :' I I
(IS brevier lines or less 'or '
I flat square insertion, .' )- $1 50 such as a rich widow might be expected to debts which she was unable to pay, and in least easily perceived i it from my agitation rendered, the male citizen over 21 years of age, res. 'T;:'' .1 1 \, \

For each subsequent insertion, 75QSaUto wear whose desires had been satisfied by .. vain seeking for labor the wealth of the and, like all men, who are only ident therein to include only those qaalt- ':. -t\ I

\ aDd Legal 1 Notice will be charged at new marriage. poor. Vice, it is true, stretched its arts moro ardent by a rejection, he redoubled tied la: vote by the act to which this is a ; I' >*>

th. following rate: I Rise my friend, said she to her spouse to her, but there are, pure souls that can his solicitation. My companions induced supplement, and who shall take and subscribe .. ,: F I

--Application or Letters of AdminUtrat giving him her band. pass vice without looking at it, or, at least me to profit by the folly of an Englishmanwith the following oath : "! -- > ',j '. I
f 600 .
I of whose fortune
1'1Itiee.ia'Debton and Creditors, 800 I 'No no, madam,* replied the youngImaoseizing without suffering themselves to be sullied his millions and a part mine. As for do hereby sol emnly swear (or affirm) that ,"" i

Application for Dismission, IX 00 I upon the white hand which by its Lrealh.'Mt'mwhilelire. could not but soon be I am sincerely and earnestly attached to J.

Anoonoeement Candidate, 8 00 ''be clasped between his own', and carried it was necessarrthe, hunger me I thought of you-I adored you with the Union and government of the United a

Advertisements handed in for publication' not !ttu' his lips. 'K 0, leave me at four f..et. ::! of the Jay redoubled at night and the I II all my imagination could lend to my mem States ; and that I-will steadfastly support"I r .
the number of tiops, to be whom I had (
I sped )ing rasej and Ho! withdraw bund for I fear- ory-and the image of a man the Constitution and the laws of the : '
not .
published until forbid and charged according j your I I misery! of a irgbt was added] l to a second almost induced obey ,
S lest I fear that all seen but for an instant United and that I will tbe''best ,
1,7, you may escape me; diy pacing! without? fo\l. Ym rise i froma Slates to ;; 'I ,
well ,
this is only an illusion ; it seems to roe i'I table: pmunin; tinder its weight! ff dain- i if ma to sacrifice my fortune as as yours, of my ability, engage all other to such t ,' \

i (IIra5. that 1.1 am the hero of one of those fairytales I f ties, wherd win, too, abounds to satisfaction Frederick. But I had passed through hale too support and obedience; so help me ,od." ?; t

..'; ..:.!JJroffssiiraal I used to hear when a child, and that, ;I: and although it is siuce yesterday, rough A school for romantic ideas to Section two directs the commandinggenerals ; : 1
--- the better You were rejected by '
at the Tory moment of being happy tbeI lo Frederick that you are rich, you have no reason. as soon as the registration is com ( t

; H. L. MITCHELL. i I malicious fairy is going to fly away to idea of the misery I speak of, and you the young seamstress and I became LadyMelville. plated to cause aw election' for delegates to _*< t ta

laugh with her companions at my sorrow wonder that, in the midst of the luxury convention to beheld on a day not lass ; .'. '
A Nm1t AT LAW. and de!+pwr." *.. that surrounds this arm chair of 'It was a fairy' tale, my friend. I, a than thirty days from date of proclamation .
you upon !
,. -T.MrFn..- 'Be A tired, my friend, yesterday I was 'gold and silk where I am .sitting, I can. poor deserted orphan was tbe wife of one of election, for the purpose of amend.. .',, '

1 Lor. Melville's widow ; and DOW, *ir. Mad. paint to you such a picture ; but listen to of the richest peers in England. Seated I ing the existing or framing a new Const-! I, r I

;'Will iyt l'I'10ps.uentioll to all businwtly am de l la Tour, your wife.' Diopel from me further. Hunger led this young girl to in a carriage loaded down with servants' tt.tion of firmly establishing loyal civil i ;
ji&lrusteJ the where
{ able to through streets '
to his care. your imagination your childhood's fairy.- beg.,: She covered her head with her mbth- was pass .I governments and passing needful ordinances \\! \
I bad few months before and! (
'h" '(That tale is but' fable begged a '
crs's veil the she'received to put the same into operation. flj J ]
Tatr pa. FU Apt 2nli. Me :. only heritage ; silk and diamonds to t
clothed in
M. Fn derjclc de la Tour had !some reason she inclined her body to imitate age, and glittering Section three directs that the said con ./) /; l.. '
Hn.nEI'.IIO'i.. j. F llEs.s",. the curbstone whereon
Je-"Il A.
mark with
IUE -t" su-pect: that a superior genius interfered went into the street. There she held out my eye ventions shall be called on the basis of ; : 1 0

i, with*his affairs for, within the last month, her band. Alas that hand was white I Rat. The sport of chance the caprices representation on which the number of '; ', f j I

DHnSO 3 & HEMERSOXATTORNEYS either chance or inexplicable good fortune and fair, and there was danger in showing of fortune, the passions of men' my friend members of Congress is apportioned. : ;' ': I '

has rendered him rich and happy beyond j' it; that hand was then wrapt by the young are the fairies of this world. Section four provides for the appointment : : ;

AT LAW I- bis.desire. His age was twenty-fire; he ,.I girl in the thick cloth of the veil, as if it 'Happy Lord Melville, cried' Frederick by the commanding genera! ot officers : :,

was an orphan and lived upon an employ had been eaten by hideous leprosy. 'he was able to enrich you. or persons to mako the registration, ,.
TAMPA-FLA. ment in which he when 'lIe was in truth very hippy continu. the
was engaged, pas preside at elections receive,' sort and
1 'The child took her station
poor againsta ed Madam de la Tour 'and he proved to "
the Saint Honor
sing one day through street count the votes and make return thereof \
far from the when
Wilt practice in the Southern and Eastern *, a splendid coach stopped near him post, lamp, a youngman me very clearly that since my inclinationswere and of the persons elected and ,he shall I

Circuits, of th.. ?'..v. and a a cK/ant; dr= -..! lady leaned over of wealthy apnearanca! pace"J by, the honorable this marriage which I then make proclamation of the persons .
unfortunate one would hold out her hand
..TlUlli'+ n'l61Ja.. : hit1.: 56mo. the carriage door and called out to him, looked upon as a very foolish act, was! the elected, and notify within sixty days when "i( t
and ask for a sou. A sou to buy a little: reasonable in the world. He ;
though not by name. Tbe driver decend- most thing and where they shall assemble to organize' .

A. A. ALLEN. ed,let down the foot board and hat in bread else At-to raris do in young the men have besides something was rich beyond my desires. the convention.; and when the said COR.

hand respectfully invited M. Frederick to evening 'He could never expend his income so vention shall have amended the existingor

t ATTORNEY AJ LAW, be seated by tbe side of this woman glittering drawing sous from their pockets. If the he thought very jut1ytbat gratitude would framed a new Constitution in accordance '

I with jewels. The coachman then begging girl saw an old man pass she ventured attach to him a woman whose fortune he with the act to which this is a
--c.urn:- to implore him. Age is often ava would make. He repented having supplement
drove on. it shall be submitted, to the t
Solicitor in \ vicious and hard. The old : people
ElluiTAMPA !, 'Sir:eaid the lady, who bad thus taken man passed. married a French woman.'I at an election to be held after the expiration .
him with a sweet voice 'I have received The evening bad been wet and rainy, nightwas trusted myself to the noble lord for of from '! I
FLA, up thirty days { notice thereof
and the the t
approaching, patrols
and assisted him in
tbe of future
letter but care my ,
your notwithstanding your given by the convention. .
""TH ILL GIVE attention to all'basin. night: guards, and the city sergeants were died he left t!
When he .
i .... prompt refusal I yet hope to see you to-morrow at his last days. me Section five provides that if The said ;
if entrusted to their care. about take of the streets of
j to possession then I made
all his and, to
property, myself
September 1st 1SC8. 106m. my evening pArty. Paris when the with constitution is ratified by A majority of the t .
Before this explanation ended the young girl fainting an oath ne".r to marry any one exceptthe
was votes cast, the President of the'\convention x
+ carriage Mopped in tbe court of a suberb want, once more held out her band. She man who aided me in the most miserable .hall transmit the same to the President of t
S. G. CRAFT. addressed herself to who v
a man
mansion, and M. Frederick could cot but youn moment of my life. the United Stales, who shall transmit it to I '
felt in his and threw hera
offer bit hand to Lady Melville ha I stopped, pocket 'In ratll !1' added Mada-n if in and
; accepted Congress session if not in session, -
of much did be fear
ATTORNEY AT LAW. her invatation and in a few days became piece money, ao to giving her band to her husband, who yeti then upon its next assembling and if'it be \ K
touch the wretched A officer
one of her frequent visit m. The I one. police no nearer to her who wished to lore declared bo in I li
by Congress to conformity
Tatty a. TfV\.. who apparently! laying in wait of the \ '
\! and enrich him.
rich widow was surrounded admirers I '
tbe of
by ; with provisions the, act recently *.,:
his hand
HaTing engaged now fully in the practice but they dropped off, one by one, And I begging her girl lie, appeared said and laying 'But, sir', do you never go into the world? passed by Congress, known as the Military \ -

t of Law will attend to any business entru-: things were so arranged before a week roll. upon : Do you not attend chows and concerts.Au bill, the Slate shall be entitle to \
4 ted to in the Southern Judicial Circuit 'Ah, I have you; you're begging.- if I bad known representation
my care ed by, that the little clerk had made the your name. and Senators and lUpresentaives \ i
eOf5ee widow's house his home ; marriage was Come along my beauty'Atthy So saying, the new bride detached from shall bo admitted as provided in said act. '
: In the K. E. Room, in rear of theTampa ,the man interfered with rome her neck collar of rubies and drew froma ,'
agreed upon, but it was she who first proposed a I. Section six provides that the duties and \ i _
Book and Store warmth he took the of the
Drag arm beggar,
; small of silk which! attached
it.Frederick. b.ig was to
1866. tf. ; delegated and conferred the U
Feb'y S3rd powers upon
which a moment before he would] not touch y
would sometimes him. it, a crown of a hundred sous" set in fJ'old.- '
place 1 with his I
commanding: general may con ( >
FiNLEY self in the morning before his little tla"! with his glove and turning to the police 'This is tbe very one,' said she, putting.. it sent be transferred to the acting Governor x' I'

8.. Y. and consider himself with somo- attention. officer said : into Frederick's hands. 'At tho sight of of the Stale, upon his taking an oath "':
i ii but of ,
I I 'This
woman not a beggar: one
lie was neither ugly n)' handsome. His this crown I was furnished with sufficient faithfully to l perform and execute the .
AT .
ATTOUKE.Y L.YW. dies was moderate as must be that of a my AC'luaintsncelI bread to support me until''the next day, same. Jo.,'

FLA a clerk with H salary of eight hundred I.I sir,-tho executor of tho law and I also obtained credit for a few dnys. -__A- --_ 'I 1-ii',r
,... franca, and did not allow him to attribute I against! beggary was going on to say. Tho next clay things were so arranged thatI W0\r A PINT OF WHISKY COOT.-Sorae \ i

Will Practice In the Southern and Eastern his good fortune to his tailor. Ha was i I' '1 repeat t tjiat I am acquainted' with the was able ,to preserve your crown. It has thirty-one years ago,Jonathan Beckwitb! \ t
add sl he ,
z- ", .Jwiicial Circuit. forced to.the conclusion that he was loved lady. My poor, good woman, < never left mo. Ah how happy I was a-young lawyer of decided promise bought \ I ,
June Urd66. ly'E I, bending: over the ear of the young girl: _
for himself or else\ Lady Melville was fai i when I met you about a month II O.- A pint of whisky and getting drunk wandered .' ." .
whom be took for old woman, ih
'II an 'accept .
cinated. When the marriage was settled, I With what quickn'' 's did I stop my horse! out on Terre Coupe prairie on \ '
the hundred and let conduct a 1!
THOMISON.. when the spouse was before tho notary his the neighboring sous, street. me By this means youto I leaned over the carriage door and to attract cold winter night, and was so baBly frozen 1 i

astonishment was redoubled. They declared yonr attention seized upon tbo first that he Ion his reason and the use of his \
will tbe Cerebus who
tt & CmmstllurQl saw, his property to be over a million.- 1 I you escape{ pursues pretext which presented itself to "me. I limbs and has been ever sine?, until his \

lie ,owned according to the contract, a !'you''The bad but one fear. I feared that you might death two weeks ago, an inmate of the :

--c Ub- farm in Norman, a bouse in Paris'!, in the crown slipped from your hand into be married If that had been the ca e county poorhouse, an insane cripple and t. .

street'Saint Ilonore and other real estate mine, continued the bride'and as we were you would have known nothing of this his keeping has cost the county no less ,ti;;

SOLICITORtxCNANCERY which he had never before heard mentioned. passing under the lamp, which' I had before story and poor Lady Melville would have than SOOO.-South Rend (Tni) R'j. ;

t TAMPA, FLOitlDA. The widow was rich in foreign wealth avoided. I saw your face. enriched you in !eoiet-she would have ute,.. i

priielice in Marion. Snmtcr<<" II ernan- She had farms io Wales and pastures! in 'My face,' cried Frederick. returned to England! where she would ";"

WILL Hillborough and Polk. I Devonshire.All 'Yen my friend, it was I whose life and have grown old in seclusion at her castlein A GENUS WIFR'H Expt: SATIOJ .-Ta \.

Feb.. 16th 1866. 43 6m. this was to Frederick a golden! dream, I perhaps honor, you thus saved. You gavea Wales.' the Police Court of Chicago, aire f hus I i

and be longed to wake from it. The may. crown to Lady Mellville, to your future i Frederick let go his wife's hand, he let ingeniously explained away serious charges .

'' )POST or and curate cams to sanction the union, wife.. fill from his grasp the embroidered muslin of harsh treatment of her poor husband ,

but neither the marriage solemnity nor 'You,' siM Frederick, 'so beautiful, so i of her night dress,. and he seized the fOno l

4W4' the law was able to dispel his doubts, but room, so wI''lh\-\'oulpwe begged r I crown, the cause of his fortune and happi day, when she was running acros 0 +
4M I'
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; f he did not leave his wire's feet but gra
,1 in bit hand tbe embroidered mu'lin of her 'land I that wa-: frt m yn.7'ho. next: tin' after la TOM, 'that I am not, a fairy.: On the jumped in her way, and struck his writagaist '

Merchant. night dress, through; fear that the dream thi, and whi.-h I now reckon among contrary, it is you who have been to mo a the fork, wrenching: it from her I'
.i would vanish. I' the bappif div. of mv H! .nn 01.1 woman : talisman.. I grip by the tine, which be ran into his \\ J j

''t.HfP.FLA.. 'Iliac, Frederick,' said his wife again, whom I bad inspired with some pity, took --- w -_ J. wrist. Then ho undertook to strike: her, t ,

: 'come to this armed chair of mine and I let 'me into her house as seamstress. My gaiety A FLUTT CAVB.-The researches<< of M. : but she held up a pan ot hot dish water between ,

W ILL attend rrorojily:: to all business en1o us converse' returned br labor; I became the friend Dupont in the caverns and quarterary do- them, and spilt it over his heaJ.- I .

re&ko\ l'll' care. last I of'the respectable' lad/ with whom I lived. posits along; the course of the river Less this. accident .
m\li .1" '.o tfQ1! sokite&-i I The young man at obeyed, though Then he got: still more angry at '
J i v"pagutt C 2. '. r ; 18 U. unwilling to release the hold of his wife's One day Lord Mellville came into the room in France have been attended with considerable and started to jump at her; but his t .J.:

.. ; -- hand, and Madame de la'Tour commenced i where I was working, and sat down by my success. Fourteen caves! were dis head came against her hand, and he fell I I" ;

'I as follows: side. lIe was' A man of sixty tall, spare. covered in one of these the Chaleux down. S'le took hold of his hair to help \ :

t ;, IlRnR LTEISSnllOJJ\ \\ 'There was once on a time-' and of a repulsive aspect.' Cave, about thirty thousand flint implements him up but the hair was moistened by the ;, ,:

I 'There,' said Frederick, 'K> I was not de- 'Miss!,' said bt 'I know your history.- have been exhumed together withA hot water M> that it came otTo Thn 'she '.;. ...

SADDLER ceired. It is in truth a fairy tale.. Will you marry me ?I' plentiful assemblage of the bones of the saw it was no use to reason with him any .,

I { II i : i 'Listen to me, my friend., There was Marry you 1'1 cried. reindeer, goat: ox, horse, boor, brown longer, and she I left tho house. f '
joker tri'bolt ter J/a r n*f : once on a time a young girl, born of parents I property badgr, polecat, hare and wa'or' t
Will attend to any business in tau) line with who bad formerly been wealthy but I do not wish to leave to my nephew- rat. Most of these animals are supposed It ha* been c.uJ, and never but by an 1

'J1 alA "' and .Iwt,.teh. I am now prepared who, when fifteen years of age, had to subsist I And I have the goat, which f do not wish to have served as food for man. Irishman that Ireland is a beautiful coupto --
all, strap or cheaper I be taken care of by domestics. From ...
: t' fix Mattresses bs' found upon the industry of her (Atber.I .- f to live out of. ,, '
; r than it Ian be done ,1ewlltre I can They resided in Lyons, but some hopes of what I have been able to learn of you your Flattery is the oil of the machinery of +
i f Se Iceland my.little'1'0P'East on of"i'P01 1ir. Jt Ferrisi ..I better fortune brought them to l'aris.- character is upright and elevated. It is !society, All Are susceptible to it ; and he We wonder if there ever was an old
1 maid who heard of match that 600thou'.ht
ever a
become Melville, that thinks he i
in to Lady is
I Nothing is so difficult at to recover A lost your power not himself in tho '
I Store' jiE1t1tMA5S WEIs nROD: and to that are destined: fir good outset was: suitable.'
t! fortune or to regain a bit rank This prove you i ii
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If be telegraphic report
is well known to newspaper readers
\ recitations rerult from idleness or t instead of Gen.' Thomas is to .corn-
that nearly or quite the whole press of the
I I want of apprehension, and consequently Southern State have urged upon the plan. mand District No. 3 nud.r ibe ,Shertsaa .

J "f i no time to give additional assistance to ,ten the propriety and necessity of raising bill, which consists of the States of ".. ,t t

those who require it." Every tody. conversant I more provisions if they had to-crrlail the gill, AUbaro and FbrJ; : Gen Pupv i iaai i.

sy in the day routine of a mod .. cotton croplo da it. We lute no doubt and a a
I every I this unanimous appeal of.the press to (be I i to be a moderate Republican ?

ern popular schoolroom, knows how true planters has bad contrary effect to thai i good administrative! ofiB(' r. Oen. I'. one r

'.. e r TAMPA-. .. the above assertions are. intended. Many planters, believing that tended MtClellean tl. the rn"na..l 1 : ;. '

SATURDAY, April Parental pride, ambition and jealousy this strong appeal to them to cultivate the P sttr'Y..ti.- ., -
theiArmv t>f "l >iruc ,
." have driven teachers to adopt another; injurious I grain instead of cotton would be headedby i.,
and :
others, and that consequently there ties around R'lHi'noihl', ; ,t -

m'w. M. GAaaoox.and is Zq\. i u I system in order to minister to pa would be less cotton and pore grain plan lei of Manajsas \II f btrrself was reltevef! d' / y
Broob..me-n., *
.. taoMj forsabacriptions- and rental weakness. It is the custom of "pre.. ted than last year, determined to plant ant \\'csl. The relxtiuhion of l."n'.tL .

receipt for the same."Hew paring" for a month or two beforehand more cotton. This role we believe has Thomas. may be good or it may i nh<< )''
sbow off" been adopted by the planters ieterallFrom ,.-
.' "to at an examination. The that 3
". all that bear there will be don't think, however Districto ,
.. we can ,
is select certain .
common practice to chapters -
Medical Card-Dr. F. a much larger crop of cottcn.and less cordplauted has lost auything. /
and certain sections of those chapters, this than last. Consequentlywe ... ... /
Final Notice-Maria A. year
I "' in order to become perfect in them, *n nato may look out. if the! seai>on is good, fora CxNDioiTts for tbe Pr..ie-ft.7:/ are. announced

s* ro:4';: Rz AL-We learn from show off well l-fuf ilie'Mrn's( | :
,.f' .:' ge that Col. SPRAOC has dience ; heneeach..., I.".,s t.-4 1.(' [p.r- price of corn. If such a system of farming Press, in a I leading article, present Senator :/

v Head Quarter from ticular part that will i-oiue to Lim-eif, 'ql does not bring distr-sM and povertyad Fessenden, and the Boston Post,'copying '
: -
the all and
ruiu upou country, history l
j gastioe.i .. ewers readily and glibly to the overwhelming : ., experience is a cheat and a lie. the article, alludes to the distinguishedSenator

"''". .. we astonishment i>f the delighted parent; The! attachment which.some men ,feel toward in most commendatory terms.-. A

( Av Avrm. MALrDicnos. who with open mouths, eyes and ears cotton bales! i is a species uf idolatry-: t Mnssachuiells trots out several candidate aCharlesSumner ;

lie Bishop of Kerry, Ireland, they liteiall! worship them. But God in OineriU
I : drinks in the deception! and lays up these Henry Wilson,
Fenians "That eternity is po these in his "lIl1gt. has punished i idoltryf 'ever; F. Bout- iii
: things heart, and prugnosli kind Southern planters should rem m" Banks, General Butler, George j

.1 ., nor hell hot enough to cates that Johnny's eloquence will one day ber that by the time the next cotton cropis well and John A. At>Jrew. General Butler
.' ants. ... make the old Congress walls tremble picked out, in all piobabilily, tbe country is also understood to be a candidate for :

"' $a7IYID.We see- from- when perhaps at the same time, Johnny is will beswarming with military officers, the Vice Presidency and several other
who will be governed by no law but their J'f.
: < that Dr. HOLMES STEELE ha ''I totally ignorant of the very elementary, own will. Tbew men have a great affection Massachusetts I leader will also, it i il generally ;

his Editorial connection principles of thai branch of science! upon tor cotton bales, and will be quite tbotgbt be content with tbat'pwition .

which he has I teen examined. Our few of them to their I V."HOo&r. ".
v-- tulle Union. This is to be own likely to appropriate among them Messrs. Eliot eye

\ .:'. ticularly, at this juncture of idea upon this: subject i is, in order to givea owu will u.e.be They longinfiudinganexruse.*ill hare, the;power and 11'e'would Bullock, Bigelow and Devens. Mr. Lown- If

fair and honest exhibition of the progress not lea, of South Carolina, once aid the Presidency ,
affairs; u the Doctor is ; atk our planters sincerely, if theywould
: and present status of classes, that they wwa neither to be sought after ur
I < strongest political writers, like to raise cotton for our military
should! l te thoroughly examined in all the will he seize-. it i is much
: own, but of aD1',Sll.te. ita rulers I They not likely to declined, Now, however,

.- .. and branches, and rvcru part thereof which upon provisions. They do not want us to sought after and very: rarely! declined.
starve. They are seeding provisions now .. .
Looking they have gone over during the past term. -
,- to keep us from starting. They want us MISSISSIPPI MOVES roe AS ISJCSCTIOJ i
It will doubt be
no But it it would take
very objected :
may up
sys to live' to make cotton for them. Let us -Tbo Mi-siaaippi.o learns from undoubt- i
the numerous! friends of too long 'time-beller take one, two or be cartful how we starve the poor, impoverilbourselveepud -

*; to learn that the colored the even three week, than thus i Injure! ,$9 1 offend God for the ake ted authority that Judge? Sharkey tsle- t

aonville have Dominated scholar and the of raising cotton to enrich military otScers. graphed to GOT. .Humphrey for permission 1
pass a deception upon pa. .-Federal Union. .' to file a bill in the name of the State ,
: didate for mayor of that rent ; for once let the scholar know that
F ,. of Mississippi, to. enjoin all prteeedings to i
it Gtetndittffoi defending this be the and thoroughness .xis ;
was to plan, THE: SEW STARS STRIPES.-Con- I
aspirations; for the "Go pa" would be striven for in every branch, and gres, says the world, should adopt some subject the people of the State. to military I
those of ; before the rule, under the recent act of Congress, and
-4" accept a Mayoralty ref in" every part, and in tbejirtf going over. plan : adjournment for.cbangmg
.IJ. national flag into .greemenfwith the new that the Governor '
immediately\replied, I
We are happy to find that the ad.
We were informed, system : national condition False.! with their rhetorical the desired Since then
voc ted above, has recently been adopted'in flourishes about all its giving authority. ,
t ry Conn at Bro ksvme! last I, keeping stars,
the Governor ha received ;
a telegramtrom
i member of tbe Bar" from I the Public Schools! of Savannah, as the they have struck out ten. It 'would suit #
them blot those frum the banner Judge Sbarkey tbe subject,
now to upon
bich from the SAVannah
"_ most destructive whirl wind following, we clip -
og as the portrait of the patriotic Yenctaiu that the i
"prospects are good
Herald, will show, and with which we stating
passed through Snmpler .
Doge was branded by his enemies as a trai f
the condition it
Such of
being thing, I
o days before, causing much pass close our article ; remarking however, before tor's and turned to the wall. If those Cuffeeconquered "
would be advisable for the in all
we do close that what we have uidabo1' people'
fences &0. Ita range wu (.v"r": .- State no longer form (partof
'. S. E. and about a mile in I: in reference to the weaknes and easy the Lnion, what right have we to parade the States (we beg pardon-Districts !) topossess ;.

.. gullibility af parents in general, is not to the word their symbols on our en their souls i in patience and await
in iU
troyed thing :
every s, sign! Will not the publisher of the the adjudication of tbe court
all of noble
heavy rain, about the tame the' applicable to many exceptions 'Flaunting Lie urge this little correction, --r..'--1

I ktderable damage to crops/ I in our experience of twenty.five now that be bas succeeded in working bis,,L TBK Av.toTAXCE or EDITORS.-A New

,r lie washing them op < the years in teaching, we can bear cheerful si mderous satire into dismal (act't Leta I' York 'letter writer five the following pec-

.. testimony. band of crape bide them, and tell the :: i impqof. editorial sufferings in the Tribune

y Tbe \ ., truth ; give: os an expunging black stripe, ,' offic _
and 'The Public Schools of this city closed typify the new power that has eclipsed i j Ooed / last year, Mr. Greeleywarote:
This Bill ha passed both ywlerday their first semiannual term aftera II them. If the sulject seems too tinnll for I, an edttoriaentitled'Wihiam, II. Sewaid'

gress. It i thought the two weeks thorough examination on' the .Butler among the blacker plots, cannot the I Ii i i Imagine! his rfcgewben it cause to him >.
Urn it with a very brief any studies pur ued since October last. We I i idealistic Summer rake up classic preceddects j Il'roofbuded 'UiclmonJ tbe Third! YetMUUdy ;

that after it is 'then Dr. cannot cummend too highly this new method and bedizen the proposition with his familiar with chirography, if his I II P
I y
few of txrtwination, it being greatly r>ieferal'd sophomoric tinsel! I I Inky jerk can be so designated! will rmJ- I Ii
thirds, majority, that. the to the uouai plan of devoting only a I .. i y sec, nut obi,. such a unmake could be

t till its regular time in day or two to this ioix| >rtant feature ot our PROF. DsBow.: -A few days ago Prof. I made, but Low it is probably would be. "

this be true, the school system. By taking this length of I DeBow's associate in the Review announced 1 Again h" wrote about Three risen in bu., k. '
I4 DOt time the teachers were enabled to give a ram/and the -vttrr poi 5i \
dead, only for the : through the press that the editor was I prosaic typ
full hour to each recitation: thereby enabling !i 'rbre.. inn tljOc-krtotlm !1' s
: p Because believe not dead, but alive! and ns full of statisticsas | men A i 1 .1 -
a m I.
them to : bear
carefully" explainall ever,' This ought to have settled the'! nolwilh t.r>ding the foct thx' wu -.1),-" .,
in the public micd will the, lessons.
.- I matter, but the Nashville Cnion.Vi.. j j .Jlwrs tf a..g..Nl.) andsxper:ell u nuI
before that time. .. :I at IA, tnv ._ .
an ,
balf I patch of the 8ih contains an account of eX.r. 'a 1 "u>e !L -.\ j.u -s u ,
{ The Advance In Gold. tie! Professor's funeral near thai city We | his .upy. Bu' Ut'.r!:" Ililir: .. "--t) ;
) It i i. estimated that ;
I the vktiin ot the
i grusrst:: ouruy{
The New York Tribune quote :
destitute.whites now in lit. assumes that Funeral of Prm>k n<>tHe.. f i... tusk :

haps half that cumber of : tbe present advance in gold indicates a rapid I I number II f the friends and relatives: of the, i tine liberty of quoting from Slik Ioear.

Dumber S. C. is & march toward the high premium it..I] distinguished aid honored dead met at '| "'I' true, '11 i* pity : and piiy' Yts 'tis true*.*

We heretofore: commandedand aUntute_ the'', Ch, i-n Church: yesterday rooming where | And thIS wretched bungler got ; it. Ti _
than that of Geo. .
ger result to a threntrced ir. ..:I"I" of curren 1 the oW.n add icnjrevive funernlr vices I two, 'tis fi f"y 'lis fifty-'ii* fifty two !' :
s few In 1858 we : ; -.-
yean. of the Episcopal; ; Church were performed. j
lively through Alabama H cy. The able! jouuial tl.! .- .' "ti",1 I, TLe services over the funeral cortege procelled Col. Wade Hampton.We ,-<

r "Sooth Carolina, and in : I ttllijtloCfT, takes auutler' 'leW..r Iii" '" I to the residence cf Mrs.. John Johns, lure that this Distinguished caval
: country with that of a ject, and finds the effects in totally .: ti 't few miles frum the city, where all thai ry leader, of the late' Confederacy; ha : $
enl !and distinct c.iu ,-". It sv, : T: ie i- mortal; of Frofessor. J. D. B. DeBow j! come out in advocacy of aectptiR the I' rJ
,. t t- guished New Yorker, we '. l l..icJ in their final -
military reconstruction bill will not on!\' \\vtr rearing place j f present issues presented to the South ,by
>. fact, that daring our d I exclude the ten Southern S.Urs frum the! This t.kewi.** OU1ht0 be conoluMve. I I j Congress, for Reconstruction;that t ;

I ;act met a single beggar. says: Union lot an indefinite period, but it will Rut the question will obtrude-Is he dead i; thereby if we may t*
I further tli\ and for [ po-sibleeontrol the Southern ei
... tlepre- the industrial its'ere.ts uf re< sure
r ... ,.Dzl'E&UD.-We. have j the South. Northern capital I will nut l he i;i ------ .. I I rote, against the lUdical Many other t t"I

I t F j ,-. ,tauoicalioo from Mr.C.R. want i{ trusted in the Smie which. are under the 'J THESE are bard times for the Northern distinguished, Sooth Carolinians. have donalikewise. 'to, .
j(' of t
ns government freedmen sustained I As -
by cities More Reconstruction is
r. place, accompanied with a {i martial law. The bill the people are now out cf em. forced np. 1
I gives political j' in Boston New on as, let us be no longer idle .. i iI ii :
plojment York and Philadelphia or indiff. :1
... Indepcndant' a Dew -. in')i i (power in the ten Slates to the freedmen, I I r1
i.'''.' Manhattan, Kansas, 11' !: and this will certainly tend to render them I than at any previous time for ant to the subject, bu: let us arouse our.
; ti.: j I insubordinate and idle, and hopeful of ultimate I selves from our political ioerltes: aid : '
palled\ to defer for the I many years. Many manufacturing e tab. try "
: 1 I
from adivuionof to turn it '
support landsof
and l .hm> idle and eventually to. our advantage .
of its Itngtb, matters their late : nts are all building enter1 1 .
the I II ; owners among them which Mr.
1 the
,, i the mechanical part of the 'I' they have expected. Such Northern or i 1 pares are at a standstill. The cost of liv author of the Bill, 'declare I t r "

: ent week. It shall appear I can I. foreign capital as array be employed; in the ing there is very high, and the suffering I and pledges for his party, that it'it, tfi\ .

t 't. ,issue. We-ar disposed to .[>i: South will be fpcedily! withdrawn in this, among the poor Ibis winter has been unusually a finality. ., .
,.;: a fair chance, wit boat on : urry state of things Besides, the resentiments !I t 1 '
'It i widespread and severe. TiiE IsfAJiocs, Two 'ft.
T- in the personal difficulties ( ) ,!, : : of the Southern people may be aroused l to I! ... I this caption the New York TUIRDS.UnJtrl World : ,
? s such Federal
:: H point by pliliii "S
: as to
: .seems to have with so 1 I to I lead: to tuturcollisions and outbreaks, and J WISE COCXSEL.The Richmond Whig es, surrounded by a heavy black"border. f .

t { bora. I I impoMj upon the government the necewty; very truly observes : 'Th::" is no time for I the names of Lhe'Senators and members of I i .it :

: t.' he of a large" standing army, costing at lean divisions among our newspapers! our legislators i Congress who voted to paw Sherman'sMilitary
: METHODIST EPISCOPAL : : two or three hundred millions or our people; uo time for crimi Dill' over the Presidents ... F
j .to.
; pub. a
-It is aaaooBced by the expenditure which the year-an| nation or controversy. We should all ifpoAsible It i1 measure tbe editor Characterizes .
u \
I : that it war the "The I cannot 'a bill I'I'wb'
Pen annul
think and anion'- to the
'. Ij into I I afford.: The prejudicial effect, of the reconstruction ftel, act in Constitution ef the :
j I duce lay member brief. scheme upon Northern Comraerce I! \\ e should) all vote together. We should United[ State, to lub.Y6rt the government .

1,1 : : church that was carried,by pt. and production is everywhere visible ; endeavor to attract the support and co of ten State in the Union, and to substi'i'\ :}
; t ._ Baltimore Conference, and operation of all I tuts t there-for t
a already, and willl I to greatly increased. men, whatever their antece- military despotism. After ,
i ,; the name of dent and whatever their gitiog' tbe names of those .
to !
; i : ;i. Change < mak It is idle to talk of tariff, of revenue ; coor. 'voted aye
t .:; : lost It i is aidt however, incomes, 'of bank, or of currency, while I _.... i ? else I hell final the' r*"*&. of the bill to 'organI .

r :' ; enee in Illinois will of1 I the government i i. on .the fife of anarchy, j Ge*. THOMAS.' -The Louisulle Courier I! ua editor add* 'Tbe time is
: : r and l the Treasury; of n gr"at the coming when every man in the above li.t t
: I ;":' f Sonth'ro church. whose collapse exprte opinion that Gen. Thomas will! stand ) ,
; little Gi.li mint n e, nnJ not from anv ....r! 'j ri iI who Wh selected! fur the command of the> Cursed in our history Their
.?'t.' :, may I be sufficient to I ofihe currency, but from an appreh Diion third district.; will:! t U the lUdicalcaodidalo children will deny their descent from the t /

1 .:; ,t L ,. .. the other proposition. 1 I lof anirchy and bankruptcy. I for the Presidency in 1808. 1 infamous Congress.1 I two-thirds of the Tjmiyninth

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i'CBUSBKD KTXBT HATCM.AT >Y A 1 @'lliQ( ) JEmJm and rltW .r)'for the sale 16th to Jay the highesftidder.of .for I. I

T. K, 8PENCFR. : Store. V3 shun of Mock in tU
IJust Received: P o r Sto:-.m3lr a e Building C.mrllly-eerlificatfl I. ,
I POST rneral assortment c.f im>K' sad M.dic.rs: C L to 40 shores each.
OFFICE 'r .\:\11 .- G ALLIANCE Ab"lot 4 \ ),
. I just received. IOlllbl. for ) : 9. in the City"of Tampa; Ilr"10f .

,f.. S Arrival and Departure of Haila.OFFICT }1 8 A FaiLS: Lot 2 ..uch al thefatnpa offered for sale J U to MV the I F

'. \ HOURS FLOUR. Loe.; No. 7. 1.1J. 0. F.

; Tro"n ft. A, M., to 6 P. M.. daily.: SCSDAlosTlit9 t wo.;;an \.r child. Among which you may find' BACON: 'f aecnmul.'ed ib.Lodge falnp ill eonsequer.ceof ta
.1..M. I t h, "Bloom 1 of Youth," which has SUGAR. to,the Constitution of the| (,rA.. j L.
MAILS DUE; : C. L FRIEBELF Treasurer ".
Wednesdays Saturdays at 0 P. M. Robbedmany SYRUP, Feb. 16th. tJt" "

Coast Mail- tL and 25th each month. COFFEE Postponed. e

,t MAILS CLOSE sale is e \
,and postponed anti!
female of her dark complexion, RICE, the
\ ( .' ? 'P. )L, Wedaesday* and Sundays rendered a her skin beanti'uL Many other ar Ac. of April, 1867. .

.... JOHN F. FLETCnEfs, P- M. tides might be mentioned, such u C. L. FRIEBELE. ,
And various other article in the
Tampa Feb. 24. 1867. 41 td. Extract of Buchu, ; March Iflth, t4.Afr.
\ '1. Helmbolts line, also Dry Goods and Readymade : \
u Tricopherous, Clothing we will sell cheap for ed !

tocarl\ems.. ][a tl1arian
'I"* s
7j +r Castor Oil, Cash or Country Produce. A')' (

A Sad Calamity Olive OH, 7 Call and Examine our Supplies. A e \ #

The Schooner, James E. Price, C pt.MORKOW Nutmegs GRANT & CRAFT Sale.
; Shoes, \
from New Orleans to this place I Sarsaparilla ,
Bull's Store-Opposite; the Florida House. Coata "

\ with a large .cargo of provisions,' etc., for' ,Strychnine, March 2d< 43-tf. .co.,acre tracts of land 00 the waters .
h '
Mesm. CLARKE FRIEBILK* Attiic MITCH- SeidlitzPowd'rs, Mafia; adapted to
of Corn, \
ILL, SriitciR & MASS and, Gun fe Tetter Ointm'ntlH ,, New Goods : Situated in a healthy Sugar Cane.portion Rice of i

CeuTof this ashore Mul. ; good Stock rage I
place, oo Tooth
let Key reef,'on Monday eight last, and the ,r, FINE LOT OF DRY GOODS,JUST March 9th '67. 4111'.
&c. A
; received. which I offer low for Cash or
Schooner U a perfect wreck, and all the &c. .
cargo U lost. The pa*..ugeri of whom All of which may COUNTRY PRODUCE, A 1

1 were MHUI. CLARKE & SPKXCXR, of this hadAt Factory Thread :

1 place, and the crew were all sared.This .-: Sheeting "
Shirting, Sale. : .
is a melancholy affair and a calamity Calicos, .

to the whole inumnch as there ipiy! Drag Store, on the main business streetin .. Hoop Skirts 5. :
country the De Lames sale my place on the Alsfia one i !)!
i are no provisions to be got in the country Dress Patterns a halt from Roes }Ford contain
"* of rood land 40 acres of it ,
Tampa. Bed Tickin ; good
kt There are many families .hero in town entirely Shawl*, Tub, with iihout 1.0l1wortb\ of Cedar I

oat. We hope our merchants will Shirts, excellent place for a Mill site i" _
F. BRANCH. Neck TiM! : running through( dividing the .
take immediate steps to remedy this mis'isl from the Pine Land
In a
April 6th 1867. I.t tf. Bilinorats, healthy ,
fortune by chartering a Schooner or'Steamer Marlboro !Stripes beautiful I place for settlements r ':
Bleached A unbleached Pans. above cheap for cash. Apply to
aod dupatching her at'quickly NOTICE. Domestics, MRS. JANE MARslI. ,

possible, else much suffering must ice fita- O IX MONTHS AFTER DATE I will anO 'At: 16th. 1667. 47-tl

; bly result. ply to the Judge of Probate, of Hernando A, A. ALLEN. Plates i
county for ajfinaf! settlement and be discharg !an 26, "J 26-tf Tea
Truth Will Out. *d from Administration on the Estate of kt: Sale j( I
Howell late of d HAVE JUST RECEn fei), per Schr. "S arab l >
The truth of this old Mathew R. sai4 county ceos I : /
I homespun adage Helen, direct from New York, and 541.'
< has been fully illustrated in our midst.It .- MARIA HOWELL, Adm'r for sale at the old stand of KE anT ADAKLIVO.

., is known, to almost every body that ColD Testaioento'nnexo. J for Cash Olllf, a small well assorted cheap the SF. J of S E I

j t there are certain persons who bare ben Brooksrille, Fla., March 6th 1877. 6m. ttotkof E lofNEJandSMT J, !! .
Sec 9 T.
k ?
Range 20
ac .
t Northern DRY GOODS.ST.tTIO..YHRY '
writing to Radicals, ever: since containine 160 acre*.-
,1 the war closed, representing that Union' CUTLERY sons it good Hammock. / 1 ;

1 ists' and 'freedmen' could get<< BO Janice at $200 Reward.Proclamation SCHOOL BOOKS. i. a iood lo< house on the I land and "

the bands of 'rotaU.; Such characters LINES & TWINES, FISHHOOKS around the field. / 'i .
1 are been branded with infamy and false- CHEWING TO. : .'
>bood by tbe action of a certain Petit Jury LA CCO.ADAMANTINE .2
in a certain case, tried inoar court dur CANDLES. PERFUMERY / I.

ing its present term. It is generally known MATCHES ( : ,

I to the public that Mr. AKTOXIB WARDSiiorr by'tho Governor'! tc.. \ .- Sale :

of Alafia was so proruked, by'a negro rfc.of .

.. boy whom he bad formerly owned, as -. the quality and price which will please r."i"( J of See,. 11 T.: 84 R 17 SAtE. sitna

to shoot said boy with a pistol, just after 117 HEREAS, It has been made known to me ,Give me a call plt?pMr the West, side of the Manatee Ri\er ,
..; the surrender, lie was arrested by the lit that. Mrs. R. R. Rushing was most cruelly IICXRY: PROSEUi can to the the lade undersigned.! now owned by Campbell. '
t and shot and reordered while in her beat 19-tt : are I
military, soot to Tortugas where he asleep i September, 1SL'66.: JOHN DARLING.
Budvrvd imtnensely, both iu, body and Waldo Alacbna county, in this State on. undersigned-' respectfully informs the ,Feb., 8th, 1867. 42,It '
the night of the 28thnit, by a freedman named The corner : i
mind. '' he released and
Finally was and re* JO DX Oanx. and that said murderer has ot Tampa andsurruuudin country:
1 turned bom, and at tbe last term of the not been arrested; that he has just opened Urge and well assorted & 1 \

F Circuit Court for ibis County be vas indicted Now then-fore in behalf of the Stuff, I do ..tok.If Notice .

I tiy the Grand Jury Hi CAM com hereby offer a reward of Two Hundred .Dol I :
be tried rbi ek Jar toanx person or omens who hall arrest C. :
ibf on to w it wa proVen 4
said mdrdertr auj 1 lodge him io any jail su that lJRY l I of P. V. AVHITE J: co:, of Tampa, i '.-
in def that mid
(v, boy beer for !
sometime I
he may be I rougLt tolukuce. Tl as ; was dissolve.1. on the the ilst of Jan
carrying a pistol for, au<] Lad threat. DEM.vrno5' nr Tat MiaDLica-Suid JOUDAXGkiix f0 consent, Alexander A. Allen has .r
4 to.d: lbtl lilv ot said *VoauAtiorF, and was raised in the vicinity lamps J the interf.tof I' W. White, an, \
i > we bar o. idea. if he bad been a whit Day. The upper part of his richt ear is cut Groceries business at the old stand.P. .
man or LOT, tint WABDAHOFF. would I i off. and he is said to bi branded between tile IV. WHITE, :', 4
eter "
: !houlders with the letter ""S. His arose is A. A. ALLEN.
1 Lave been mdictod, for it wu Proven ,on : sharp nnd i inclined downward, and he appearsto HARDWARE, 26th, 1867. 40-1 f
I 'tb. trial that the toy was not mum in be slightly.pitted with small |>ox. .
t i \ Jcred. dial he was nji and guingi.bout all Given under D1h.n.: .! and the fire.t Seal of CROCK ERY-W.1fiE,
.' \' a lime, and that \\ ARDEUOFF p4id ail }II- the Mate of Florida at the Capitol, in To Sale

.::4; medical; l>itl! .-yet the jury that tried ihca [L. S.\ UK City of Tallahaste, March Ifith, A. BOOTS AND SHOES zees
; < IllIng twenty hours an 1 finally could 1S67V I lie : offers for sale the S. W. nr
; I a-WALKER. W. qr of S. 4T. 29! R. 16, S. and E. i I'"
and mistrial
not a was the -esulu a ?
agree Governor of Florida.
Made &c.
Heady Clothing, \! to the Estate of Je<* Crawford
Tb. above the closing Attrtt-B. F. AUEX, There is a good i
except paragraphwas dwelliug-houae.
of State Which I wi II. sell low for CII*!a. S
the Secretary: fifty and other Taluablo
pened, before jury was discharged JACKSON.f. orange
March 30th, 1667- 49 2w JOHN
on the premise It U altogether
e in the above and could g
: case, consequently
... Tampa, Nor., 17. 30 t mot desirable places on Old Tam
not be designed to prejudice the case upon cash.. Apply to '

: .future trial, and we are assured by good c. S. 1tEYNOLIri, AJm'r.
i legal advice that it can bare no such efifect. ROHO POISON RECBL.1R\ GULF PACKET. Water Fix Feb. 23d, 1&67. tf.

I Tbe only object w. hare in notice hare just prepared and hare for sale --- x

i.. sing the case at all, is to show that our I a large supply of Poison for Roaches. THE A NO. 1 STEAMSHIP f

', :. 1 people are disposed, "to give justice to Warranted to kill all Roaches about the ; .
whom justice is due.. dwellings if propely used. Call and try :
H. F. BRANCH. daysafter the publication notice, I '4
e I Confiscation. apply to the Honorable John Dar- t4'
>e of Probate in and for HilUbumuch .
-- We see that Mr. Stevens, true to his '
Florida, for an order Io cell the fol .. i
I instinct, and as David Crockett would term ALLIANCE.GEORGE real estate, the property of) )Iari\.lll. 1
Salt !
Works a minor to-wit: t,
.t- I it, "the ruling passion strong in death, STAPLES, Captain. W J of the S 1i, of sec. 15, Town. i
0 presented his carefully: prepared Bill 00' :55: ., Ranee 21 Eat. .-
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY will [ New Orleans on the 17lhof each bETH HOWARD, Guardian. ,
confiscation: to the House, not long since, SALT. furnished .in any qunntities required; 'trilll""e, and Key Weston the 2nd of ; March .2nd, 45.4w.
nd eocad reading his lengthy each month" on htu'ro trip ; lou ling each I
nom speech at "Rocky Paint Sail Works, on. OW way at the ports of Petuucola, Apalachicola, l t
j which be bad been so long preparing, aid Tamp Bay, or delivered in this City at 't.: Mail, Cedar]\eya, Tampa and lryTortu- 8 S ,
tbrokedown in the midst and bad to hand reasonaMft rates. 5a,. Notice r
PERKINS 4 : ; _
Apply to
this manuscript. to tbe clerk to finish it.- :\ < : I\
is about tbe of H. ALBURY, Agnt. A. DEM!. ,HEr..E1y. caution all person from'i
This winding
J perhaps, op Tampa, March 23d, 1857. 4S:f. A2;< 1. Mr. Steren's political career. Haring by W. O. ."ItmlAlellt: :\ / the followingnark; and brand : I
and tinder bit inn- ear, and split in ,1
his "foxss" and "file brands, destroyed the [ Tampa.Ibnjtry2d
.4 I-I CABINET SHOP : 18C7.M. 1 I.If: -BraudtJ: D, and Jiirure 5 inside be s
of the be is about
: t -.but" country, now tw m*, -
ktiJ slope in one ear, hole l and
a' -i i IQ .dOH a life of infamy and debauchery: TUSTOPENED. WHERE ALL KINIH OF I the uj-prr..11..r-1I".1..1.. M. P. '

I ani to wake his viU und ra cloud! of die! k made to order: :Such a 'V II. IIAlllUSOKHAVINn ; to .. !! eraptwo phl.. in each,1.IInab4n.enr-Branded

Bureaus, proprr'y of'Pcxt :
for his Bill finds but
appointment, great ket ,. thettlKve mar I
I : *>n f.mii 1 disturbing '
, :. f t : Ji li.uOll'. MIl go down into the dark, Bedstead Wardrobcu., ::EWobtl., I branded cattle will t be prosecuted ac- r

; : dark para,"uobonored, unwept and'un to ]IRW. I
I Tete-u-leles. ;
: but followed bj the curses of a SI
sung, 466m.
s i Armor, We t \larch. lt,
k mined country and outraged' people ; let Sofas, tMAKER -

"t t I' "disappointed ambition" be written. on his Divan Ac.*, IsnOE I TY l Notice t.

tomb. '
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Also particular ..
, I t. attention given to repairingold 51!
The appropriations voted by the second Furniture cleaning varni.hinfi, Ac. Al.<, ; lost arrived with_ n jtoo.l.. stork); of ''. at the ; l \' given that. thirty days after date | tl *
strict attention to the Un.lrtaVinu.H and allftrti..J.- II..C. f Tp AI ply to .
session of the Thirty-ninth Congress, to tit J'h aid ''llotli, tfiillj' inform, I J.t ; [ "
kin : of
pay i holstering at the .h 01 test notice, neaUst man { rr.prn : : : : \ i : fornn order loK-ll ajnirtion t'
I for the current eipenie* of tbe Government uer and cheapest rate, for the titnM- the cy'iz.-n. of Tampa! and *urr iuti.linir i-..un. the l : IJ-tateot John I. May, dace.J to. pay ,
I: s during the coming year and to supply the Room*-one door South of John Jack.on'. try tfirtt ht' innw i.r<-|r-l trrx in : 1 ',uf said r"talt'
I 5 5 Jt:6c1enciflohL. last fiscal period, amount: Store, oil-llair.nlrallce.t the aale. hI incaith I luatinit.! .''ij.IU--J 11",1.dl'rots h.thupIitat th"I 1 MARINA! )i.tYSANON.:; v ,
J. D. UAYGOOl, :: ..Ivorst tiubvlv'sMure.Tumja I S.lministratriz J. L. )11) t
to Jb plltty um of 1144,783,037,61) March ICth, l .;j. tf. 1 4.tt .
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:\" :I 'TUB FLORIDA 'PENINSULAR.: 1 .1 The llauUrtipl Lau.Tintlhol'tuptact STATE OF....FLORIDA/1 1latosla L o.t I LtLnsss:4, t\N. (i'.t $.l\&l\t.Q" '" : >,"' :, a.a!

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t ; and toif'tl'clly't.hc i; 1'lriJ.nt, the pNt't'.J.. XIlTIVC]; : ; t .: Notice of Insolvency. Notice. :

miller it will\t"ootiiJ1 inti: \.ter* "f inter (nover.wr-Itnn.! \n s Walker IN PfcoBATK OOIRT AT CiUMsrks, JAM-ART 8th, +. << R

\ rftl'lti iK'iwn* iti Ijiisir! '!>, itbtlh'vr ificy I.i'nt. (,( \".-W. W J ,Irlly\ I .\. 1>. Ib67. f fAJL

ar ere Jel.ioM or creJ 1hlr, J L suppo; '.HJ j tli.it, I :..c'ty "f HIUc-1! !''. Alley? "- '" State of }Florida, ) persons baring demands against the Ell 2rr'

nUII/I.cr..l.f drbtyrciii-iii Iwholaye'iarge I ClIIl'u..lIrr-J..hll \\'n: ...r. i lleruaiid County f fT17 ,., of George Stafford late of IltruDdu-
deceased will them' duly authenticated rt
Trt'lhul't'r-C.11. AUt'ti present
tailed and have lived in the rte's Ira i hereas Abraham Administrator; county t
long ago, Galbraith ; Hay, onIT without delay ; 'all persons iu5 bt- II '

_TAMPALSATURDAY:. of hope deferred, who tJl\VtIkeD, prevented Jleeister Attorney of Gt'II4'ral-Jy1'ill Public Land.-Hugh AXCorley the Estate of Amos K. Anders, late of ed tosaidEsUU are requested, make immediate s ,
: have bad said county dee'd, has' this day filed in the to the undersigned. All .
6th 1SCT. fiotn going into business, and Speaker house of IM>.-J. Williams ;, payment -
April their energies chilled within them by their f Probate Court; a written suggestion of the Insolvency creditors entitled to distribution- .
/ ot said Estate. notified that their claims will be !
nil! for relief, lu such Jl' IICHLD1PjltTIIE: T. are hereby ,, .:. 1
misfortunes, apply | Therefore notice is hereby given to all persons barred at the expiration of two years from
: ,Spank, ;film for his Mother. eases the application will be of little importance lIon. C. l'/DuPont-ChhJuetlee ; : having claims against the said deceased's this date unless exhibited within that time. saGKOKGK .

to their,creditors, who cannot present A. E. 31a well l Estate: .. to tile the same, duly authenticated, in Wx. D. EUBANK. Executor !

Let. ne sps-sk bimfor bis i mother tbeir discharge ,in. bankruptcy, or J. M.> :'er. \r Awodate JU6tllesI the office of said Court,'on or before the 8th Jan. 22th. 1867. 38 8w. t\ l ( / day of June 1867. when there will be a pro- '
II. is loch a naughty boy hope for any dividends from their estates. 7 : '
sorrmcmJ several creditors Notice.
JUDICIAL CIRCVIT.'Judge rato payment. among the, of a k 'I 1'S
He the'baby tried to smotherAnd ,- The first applicants will generally be of
said Insolvent Estate.
Ifi months from date I will account 4
James Gettlg. ; present my
bet broken Emma toy this claw, and they will hail the hour of ,/' Solicitor- H. L Mitchell And it is ordered that the Administrator do and Vouchers to.tbe Judge of Probate -' '. I
.Of the doll I gaTe to Ellen, their relief at tbe released prisoner.bails file on or before said day, in this Court, a true. of llernando County fore final settle' ,

off the nose, tbe light. of dAy. They will be enRbled)6act IlILLSBOaoCGH COVSTT. and perfect Inventory of all the effects belonging meat of the Estate of Aaron Smith, late oC* i
hu melted
He said }
to tattJ.
If their failures said County.deceased. And at the same time
men once more. j
And there really is no telling all Judge ot Probate-John Darling. Given under my hand and seal ask to be discharged from further dministra-
have been occasioned tj misfortune;they Clerk Circuit C.ourt-J. J. Circus. Brooks- I iLion
of the Probate Court at of said Ee:at .. ,'.
To whallenglh bit nnchi go.' will profit by their' bitter experience, aid Sh rilT-.J.: T. Lesley. UII vine, this 8th day of January A. CALVIN 1L SMITH, Admr. z":,

Lat P'gbt he put cracker avoid the rocks and whirlpools by which'they Coroner' '-H.W M.Keen.Surveyor .C, Brown.. D. 1867. e .Orookiville. Jane 5th 1867. 6m. > t -

'A 7feAtb.hu suntjtwinascba. >:r, were wrecked. .If they ,were unaucrefsful Jan.. 19th 1887. 6m.

And b. told me such a' whacker for want of thrift ,and ateadinest, COMMISSIONER*. t

When I asked him how it. come there, they will be taught to avoid therrors W. B. IIeDJ raon R. Booth. J./R Kobertson.V. Notice of Insolvency. Notice. 't

That: when poor old )lrL Too ne. which were so inJurioul"' o them, and tbey A Lively, /H Pro6atevoert-al CkamUrt October 21'1J.' \ '

rail;! will enter upon tbe J Lice of lifo.with new jTSTiccaor Tin: FUCK. 3d. DilL A. / 166. OIX MON"TIISrrom this date, shall present :

Ws starling.off by hon, with firm resolves: and with a dearly E. A. 'Clarke: State of Florida,"' l k> my acoountA and vouchers to William M. I }.

He vied her two. fat. poodle bought appreciation of the value of pro. HernanM! County, J f Garrison, Judge W -Probate for HernandCo.. 'j j

1. Fast. together by the ta:LIt Therere who have thus L Bell, Jr. Lawful Constable, for final settlement on the Estate of Rebecca 'i ki
duie. of
many Mary Anderson, Munden dec'd
/ Whereas and ask to be discharged fvom ,
really is quite shoeing I bean crsldown, who will be; all the better SOTAKIE! I'l"DLlC"" of Charles Anderson late of the further administration of said Estate. .. .'"'. ; -I J

How J. F. Henderson. filed in the Probate Court of said County a 9th
and who will the 137. 41-6nv \ I
.He putl pin'aia one's storing, ; oppor written suggestion of the Insolvency ol said

1. And Cayenne in one', c'gar*. tVllit/now offered them to make them- In Chancery. estate therefore oil t'1Qrcp: nrut ,.

lves nsii'ul and citizens. Notice is to all .. .,
riother given having
s hereby
that perous persons
You mty gacs wry In the Circuit Court Southern Judicial .
said dec'ds Estate file the ... ....0_,_ 1 .
for the benefit which claims against -
If it were only -- ,
Boyish trick he'> deity at, : Circuit of Florida in and fur Afana- In Chancery. } II .
duly authenticated in the office of said
.. same
.lb; relief will! industry
give : by adding,
So 111 speck him fofb-s mother tee County Court on or before the 2nd day of April 1S7. I Circuit Court Southern Jwlitial Circuit o/' '.i

a A* atiiceomelittleLrat. / n it were, anew class to our working Caroline E. Jerhigan, ) when there will.be a Prorata I+a Insolvent F/oriJa-Jl."rH, and Lade Covulttt. ,'," 1
.... population,the Bankrupt_law _would! be an the several creditors of the said Es- T. GIBBONS ,
and benefit. Eut in vs. V Bill for Divorce ate. ) ; ,:: \
A. Obio exchange. rimes: the obfiuary important palpable '
I 1'1'
Aaron Jerniiran ) Given under hand and Seal of I I.i
ciz-u? tii'ui: "He Wlf/bODl'6t time it will have other. good ronsequencxtreselling my ;
of old : I
an ; 'BILL HAVING BEEN FILED in ray officein [13,] the Probate Court, at Brooksville MART GIBEOSS. y ,
old from it. A most important A '0
and iudnsttSous until elifsebj; bj por- the above entitled cause, and it being this 2nd day of October 18 7. ':'
tion of the act i is'ooe which is not much appearing by the .retul'II !f the Sheriff _
t ge." ? made to appear by affidavit that the defen W. M. GARRISON.Judge on the subjxena issued ia this case-' ,
considered but which will become dantmides limits of Probate. .'
now, Le\'un.ltbe of the Southern I
and that the defendant
by affidavit resides on .
"S>," n 1t!'tD.1 m eir'icd Radical, "If available in many cites, where, at present Judicial Circuit, towit in the county of Brevard.in Oct., 22,1866. 26-4m of the j jurisdiction of this Court and out. of the **. .j ,,,', ,t I
tbe rebels! h allows tovrule creditors remediless the the State Florida: It is hereby ordered of :
I are goig / 3 .seem against State Florida.nnl! in the CnutedStatesi '
that defendant. do and
colored substitute appear, plead answer 11 i ill hen-fore i ,.rl're-l l ic-- d W *' 1M
over n. then tbe blood of the fraud designing debtor. The Bankrup. on mot (
or demur to the complainants said Bill N(Otl) 'ir,1fu1S3Oll' ; ? ." .. '
hundred ) raIF! y A.JLey. F .. 1H'1N'I.fur (' t '
+ three
is not
for J paid act only" means whereby a man on or before the first Monday, in Feburary Ji t
the: the .su-j de. .;.t Gl.bans; .
doHs'i! R_ifhe-4 i'aiQ-iQ vaio !" What who is iQcum red with Jebtll, and is without next or the IIaillO! will lie" taken a" confeuen, In Probate (Court at\Chiiinltri January t!tod. anti Mary! bill "
/ D.1867. :\! !>ive the i-uirj-LiaariU'i Cs lz cjfwthe
stroog Patriotiiml! to- them throw off the PrvriJed that publication of this order be made I
iJcriY-"c" means pay my 1:1'.1 M<>tl., ::,y of Ai-ril next, w load. It is to be a weapon in the bauds income ne\\simper published in this? Circuitonce State of Florida: )l the said till; wilt UK'. t n for. ccr.feaL 0 ,
1r. 1 0riyoci--lu the U. S.Setvite on the a week lor two in"ecutiv,> inontlis. Hernuttuo! CVur.ly, J .
It i. further <, xu-rcd l uf ? V '
of creditors who would lie- : tlutaccpv tn. ,
against :
persons II. 1L 31cLL: :()ir). crk ; COt.
15tb instrtt, Mr. Sherman of Ohio; (liad* their debtors who Mau.it \1' 1.r"lg 3tmy- F.-Apdeta, A nnibtr:1lriX'.n d<:rl t.e i>"bli..Jl once a w ark for the snare; clthrr ,
come fraudulently or CvULivU :. .
ic introduced J 'a joint resolution rcmoviny f tl Estate of Jjwksutt L. \nder.", dtc'.J} ., n.oQilis in totud newspaper: j-ritteO*wi
s U Iit'h..n : ll. .
will in claims ) : for CoiupTt.Nov. .
not act honestly regard to bay this filed! in .
day the Probate CVnit! cf sad ['uUL'sWvl in thisiir.lit.; ;
dital'.lity; to fold office from JOSEPH 17th I V>t;. :?
) gni
be but t written I
pror rly rontracted.it may whichit county a UL'getion: of 111;\'i\ mv of riTlEU CRUSOR.Cljrk. ,, ,
E. BROWX, of Uw gia, and H. MI'AT would t>e more convenient for them nut said l state \ A true copy. :

rove of Alabitma.: It was referreJ to the to pay except when it pleased tht'lIIlu discharge In Chancery. Theret.-re, notice is hereby pwtJM: 1 prons Atsttt : I'. Cr"\e. Clerk.. .

Judiciary Committee.A tbe Fort-ii-U bankruptcy \ having claims against said ceaI-el\, 1*- :ley West, are., l"Ot", ,;t. 3,+.1f111. )
obligations.; I" the S'nilJictnJuJiriul. Crcltitof Flor tute.to fthe\ same duly authenticated, iu'llie 3

man :n Memphis bas lodged a formal: is M much a feature ':If f this; l.uv.,* ilhe Circuit Court, Southern Jmllriat '.

complaint before n magistrate Ibat his wife voluntary bankruptcy. Tb. dtltor,: mar !''J.'tf'('th. To Sjiriny Term 1st;;, of June. Itjti". ,,"lit'lIlhere will 1 loe a pro ratotiaymvitl District of Florida in and HiUiborwjfi .
jot -
it j daily in the babit of cowhiding him.- escape from lue persecution of tlu t r'di"r: .1..l HS II.AHUNU: J Bill|| Insolvent among Ettate several creditors of said County: :

The ir>*gVr.ite! recommended him to bide where he has no projwitt. -.iKuho: i v* to Koreclo Mortgage And it is further ordered that the Adminis / "- 4
himself in futcre. Sound adtto ben doe po s *.R it, anti! :- 'ti-i\. !1-: ; to tow: J.-rrt :'I.nr tratrix do file before said day in this Court a Joseph Silvej, Bill to 1.. I

pecked hcsbstu!;, that. hisouligatiousthecltdliars \ : : : ,. r ; c..i \tau'i : true and perfect Inventory of ull the effects be v> > Btit'aside Defcd. ,' I
HILL been filed in
mOffi in the
for the delay i-f law uits and the risk l of ) A having entitled e longing to said Estate. Francis Gerard. ) r \ !
i .il?>vts cause, and itoeiiii made toa .
r If twpnlv. >siren inches ollno.., give the properly being tneanwhilu frittered l |.ptt tr t>y Affidavit that the Defendant reside Given under my hand and seal of A Bill having been filed in m.mce in*the- \. 9 '

iret iuchi of water, how much milk will away or dishonestly di>|Kd of in such t.;;}'<'r.1 tliA limits ">f the Southern Judicial' : t.he this. Probate Court, at Urookn iIIt. above entitled cause. and it 'in'.ma.ttt to a;>- \

i' a row give when fed on rula baga turnip? manner that tbe jiroJHd* cu; :rot be fol i, ; the re Fla. U I.- borJ'red that the'DefeadaTitdo
Multiply the flsk+ of snow by tbe number r
lowed. He may Liing HJ biunwilling WM. M. GRARISOJf, Southern JoJk-i-J Circuit 'of Florida I
pfpflj.? answer, or demur, to the [ It I
of heirs l'leOW'I tail ; and then divider debtor with a Short ar.j sharp pr vV Conplaiiaiit appear: rnid Hill: on or before the find Judge of lrt>Ute. is hereby ordered that the defendant ap -

the prcluct by a turnip ; add a pound of which will take his property out of his ,, Monday in April nest, or the same will be taken Jan. 19th, 18 7. i9.4,m. ''I pear, plead answer or demur to the Complainants .. ,, I

';, chalk, md you bare the answer. bends and place it in vininjy! of the law. Hi cnnfrrM.il.J'ftiritlrJ I' raid Bill, on or before the first Monday \
iu ..luril next or the will be taken 4 I !
I sows
'' tl.nl publication of this order be ;I' as coii-
The of this! ; wit! I 0'r
;ear k--tp
a man
the many lit PROBATE Corer ed. ,
Amore 'answers to ('oft\'ponJeo'!' I wade in wine uowrpupcr! published in this Cir .AT tiusmtrJAU'B\ #
I in 'Ie \'-l..burjt Times? rre tbe following, 5tfllghL jc his businc-s rrlatioi c, wbo o b- cuit vuco a \vevk for two months ronrecutive- 25th, \. H., 180.7. J'roriV.W, that publication of this! rdr be '" ,

\rb'fb we tMur'er to our columns, of uni- I rrar i r mi.!1. ( be ;tnclin i :) watt \\u-t ?adi- I ly. J. J. GIVENS: State of -Flori.ln, t made in some e\\'ll'a crrl1b1i"h..J. this Cyr': 4 I +

venial i intfn-tt: ly.-J'Iludtlfli Inquirer.Ward' II. L. MIT irtt. Clerk C. C. Hernando County f suit once week for three con!ecn:::*e months t ;

..-_ .. ..- -. f Cuinpl'iit.! SoL Harriet I). Lockhart Adminis J. J. GIVENS, Cfk G't G't. '
OBPH*S.-If your rootlet's fist cou.io' .- Tampa Jan. 5th IF6';. 2m. WHEREAS the Estate of Vim. D. O'SeiltJce'J. H. L MlT:'(HELUGornplainsnt. ".

brotber.in-law married your family, A.emu'l:: cbhlCiI* Tlirethiiiff JIa- I has this day filed in the Probate 6'uurot SolVtL.Jan. \ i

a pbyfiic'i'j's aunt tbe family pbysiciHn's Notice. said county, a written suggotiou of Insolnvecy I'.Hli 1867. 3-tr,. tIn

lad patient's eldest daughter; iutendtdbo My wife's exceedingly praclicalwoman. S MONTHS after date. 1 will apt ly to the of said Estate therefore I .\

ban-J rhou'd! .inherit (be property. S.e I luv her rnu.: .lv.. however: and humor lion W. M. Garrison, Judge) of Probate I I, Notice i is hereby given to all persons having Si
and for llernando Countfur a final *ttle- claims ajrinst said deceased a Estate, to file Chancery.
her :little lie reckless falsehoodthat 1
Coke on Cal Work. ways. a ; meet and discharge fiom administration! on the same, authenticated. in the office of i lx THE:'CIRCCIT COURT, SOL"TllrRY JI D1. ,
she b opecJ.me., at.d the young man the estate of Caroline DavUou lat of aid county raid court on or before the 25th day of June, CIRCUIT
WILL You SWEAR.In a Criminal in our neighborhood wbo said to me "t I dec'd. 1867 when there will be a pro-rata payment CIAL OF FLORIDAix, J) For

Court the conn's', dissatisfied with his I WM distending my diafrarn: with a gentl 4LLEX MITXDEN, adm'r. among. the several creditors of said Insolvent lIltlSBORO Go. t Y

man with a gentle cocktail at the villllfl'eatrowLo Brookville, Feb.ath, 1807. .4'i 8ra. Eta'.. Ransom r.. Mobley, 1vs
44 want of sucee s a ith an Irib witness, complained I .9n(1 it i. orJ'rfJ, that the Administratrixdo V :Bill for Divorce .It J
: : said to me in th< ,6 very file before in this ,I. +
to tile NOTICE. Midday, Court, a true Mary 1'Ller, ) .
.court. Paddy ,
lanijwidge! "Go borne, old manonle and of all the effects :
you month after date, I will apply to th perfect Inventory Wlong- A bill having been filed in my office, in theaboe \,
"Sure and I'm no lawyer honor and wish another tea thro wed nt B. Six ing to aid Zaate.G .
yer pot you by ;.. of Probate of Hil1boro' County, foea I I\. entitled, C."I1tttlnJ i itbeln-j made to .
the spalpeen only wants to puHe: me.'- J,** probly regrets having said i i so. I said, final settlement and discharge from a I.ntl-y Jane i is my wife's front name, gentle i on the Estate of M. C. Brown late of x?= v of I ihe Probate Court, at Brooks- beyond the limits of the southern"e,
'Come, now, do TOO swear you lire no \&wyer ( SEA.L'ille.. this 2Jlh day day of Jan. Circuit of Floiidi
youllIOJ I permit no to alood taid County. dec'd. .- / to.wit in the county of
!' !aid tie rouse.Fax! and I doand person S. II. TODD Adm'r. _\. V.. 18.7.Wt. SI''I'pter in tbe Site, of Flsrida. It M hereby
B. J ou'side of the circle
to her HS family M. GARRISON ordered that
De L>oui. nun. the defendant do appear MI'Jpie. _
yez may swear tbe same about yer- of which I am it principally rujtvlf. Your Tampa &'1". 2366. frm. Judge of Probate 1 answer or demur to the c'Q'II.io.llt .L

*.:elf too a about fear of l' juAu ,).' other observations I scorn and disgust, andI r.rookjville Feb., 9th. 6w said bill on orbre the first Monday IH MAV ,3
must polish you off." lie was a able- next or the same wiltbe token as .confe-ted :';" ..
exchange tVU lire following; : Ai Provided, that publication of thus order bot f '
boli.U man and removiu' his rout Htrnando Circuit Court if
In Southern
young ,
t one of the trains on the il'11h'D; end Notice. made ia, some newspaper published in tll! "' ".
be if I wanted l to be ground to Judicial Clrcrit Florida. ".f
inquired of circuit week for '
\.; Weldon IJord wi flying at lull sp, '1 toy once a three months consec'Jr ;' '1 artively.
powder 1 said yeif there war,; a pow I:'f""t
wards the fitst nwnic I city, a 'I having claim the E-tae Anderson Mayo +
negro against i
appeared persons :4/
e der :gi: indUt bandy, nothing would./ord me: All vsCiiumbur J. J. GIVEXS, crk CL CL .
the! tract, jumping and OJ of William 11. Mansfiel i, late of the County .
upon ;
L'ng the train great t,-r p'e' ."ure, when he struck me a p.iin- of Pull, Mate of Florida, Jet.eased, are no- R. Alexander J Petition to Fore- Feb.2.: 1867. .Jl.3m. t..

I extraragaut With'all the gritnriifor breeVi the t > I I ful blow into my right eye, c:>u in me to t,fled to present them duly Authenticated to Martha At.1H't.PheJps, >> f fTh close Mortgage. \ L
stop. engineer Mary
the within the time Notice. "
1 iiu'ke a tepid retre.tl into the firr-plrte.I undesigned t preocriWd by 1 '_ -
and inquul; Uw thin; will I* pleat in bar of their Defendant! .Columbus Alexander
brought up : : hadn't no ider thai tbe euemy wassowellorgmiz'J. or recovery Oix month* after date, the undersigned A* s. '
\ I and those indebted will come forward Martha l'hclps'Mary! Abbot, and all
"Wfiat'athe "ronterj"Tbe O roinUtraturs
per- of the I
Estate: of
But I rallied and went Joseph W...
811.IlIIaie to eons interested, willtake notice'.of
;; I the
i \payment filing RroTrn .Ifrriwvl. will '
'- ,: darker replied, "Ma' !t. '\ bero's a five fur him in a rather tirisstyle for my time W. W, :SHEPPARD; : Adm'r.Barlow of the Petition, in the above stated ease, for and vouelierato present the Judge their of final Probate accounts I ,

:". cent ibin-plmtfr i-n' I wants you to fotch of life< Il't parent lived near by and Iintply.stute : Feb. 2d 1S I.;';. 41-Sw. crild Fwreclosure: land*-of to-wit Mort;aje: on the following d*... of Hill-.lM.rouiih County, Florida, and **& to ... ,1 ,: .
it i : }
$ I that 'filu en'minutes bad onlyfclii'.l Be diachargrd as such AiWtiQistratora
worf of fiob-book'. accor i t
tt me dst The SouthVr.tJ of the North West f. of : \
to law.
I ] after the filet hit, when he was section 1. The South wt J of the North' East "
ODD <' nied: home>f1 shutter. His n.amina and the N of 1'ie South F..nr.\ CJI. ) .'I'
A CokrKD BTU. iv! A!<: MACS- a Notice f i East }. of sec- ":. Ad'ron. I 1

I At one of the cidon J churches in Mobil**, t! m't the iolhun! pro "'f+ion at the door lion 2, Townuip 2J, South Banje 18 East, situated January 12th 187. C. BR011'N.M. m. "' \

+ ; amid aim :r k Anally lookin her offspring in the louufy' ofJlernaiiiio and State of / I \ tl'
Ibemini..ter, hainzf': ..hfcdrmon! i persons indebted to the Estate of Fran Florida and that app"'--ation will; be mail. at .
r i Our she i-...iJIy s.n. I fee how it i ii d sitnctunlly. i ALL l.O'e.I.'e l of Manatee county ceased the Spijng Term of ..uid court. ltt>7, for ju<4-e. Notice. '. ; a t I 1 ..
annourn-'l J that a 4 ol'e 'Jon; world' be U- 1] ; You'v tree foolin tound a are required nuke immediate payment!, and menu! of Furdcluuusure of said Mof'tzs"-; i CMONT1ISAF1'ERTIIE PATE HET.E- y t

'I lien: up (or rp;*..*or-v |juicit!. The V.er' Ihla-bin icai-bven. You went in at the all! persons having demands against aU Estate S..Y. FINLEY.SoL U of, I shall a< AdmininratriT.oii the Estate, ,'
arol'nJ.ben play wllltr they tilt into Ibetb'namijg are reijuired to present: their clams duly autheniicaUd for' compl't. of E. J. Hart, deceased, (I'r..nt mv accounts \ \
wr.- r.c' -JKlrglynt put grain within two or they will be I : and vouchers '
I years car tify that tae above is a true copy of aentice to the Judge ol Probate, or llilla
r j it came 1 ....k ta: the pu'pi'' the prea-b ;r : 1 : and" let she ho-w-+! tred on youdidn't forever bared. this dav filed in ray office borough County, for a final settlement and uk. t

1 i N my son The pen ohIO livin orN KElI.LEE Adm'r'x.3fanatee.Feh. Witness my hand and the seal e: to be discharge from the. further administration '
<' l't1l'd tx-ocnt the Ftnouot thor could d .cribe 31st.. 1"67. this of the said
i h PI r tbnt difcfortunit young my office 10th Jay_, of Nov.. e'tate.MARGARET. i
i' rniong: the t'.. ctoDI\1; currency be discovered I man'$ sitivation more clean r. But I was 1sto. 1 HART, A-l mr'x. r' -:
i' ; a ten dollar Coufcderate bill. He sorry for him, and I went: and uud him I 1 Tnn PElt YEAH! W. \\'an1.gcotllI M. C. W.J.Barnetderk, Tampa. Fla Oct. Clh, '''13. :1-fiat : \' '

: I ... till 'he got well. Hi n-g'lar Original father I I r) / everywhere to sell ,br Improved Ry Peterson! Dept -
; loolc-i at U for some t''Re with; evident I bad been sent to the war. Iatold him I *:20 Sewing Machine*. Three new fcindn. Under Nov. 7$rt m .YOTICH r rl" Ti o' ,() \ i.- I

I disgust fctid thea! tuok c11loQk: at ha.J I'd boa father to him and upper fee L Se"i un trial. The. only IIIr'lRM.dCI..ttiL'd:: Iffsc-, .
myself lIe .milt rl.-! than Notice.Ts : .
( I
.J D' -- a machined sol.l in the Unite-l: "trs ) 1. : \
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k 'Ir .
j o t congrega'uo; Dyer the toP of Ij, sje tacks I sickly smile, and said i'1 already) teen wu.,s I'aft,, which! are lulh'/it"fflJtJ Ay //",v. Wltrlrr l h..rt1'l'n; tlf all those indebted t.> thi lit day i-f Juoifrj anq'a.: '",.Hl\l.. liv uiuiua: c\i:- .c'"l.<-;.... '" r .k

t 'Ibea clipping! the uncurrent bill than two fathers to him. 1 i d: ll'i/. >n. Grvrtr'4..1 lal'f'r. Kinder machine Co., ]I J. state: of W. .Spencer, J' a .. .... OH.i /l'ICJ't'U"r.11/ other theap err they -.in* forward at"o
i I : settle m' their <. Clarke : and aU d Hor. and tnAi'try"'ata .
; .. upon tieoia. .: bible with indignant empbasi scribbler life illjril'I'U.t .tl and the'' sell-'ror: wire ale liable ; a ....unti shall Us rao.! ...] in the baud: uf the I r''l1J".I.lto come furward fur imnediat *ei-

I *, he exca'med : "Hrederen, I put A says", is too short to tu arrest,fintand imr>riw>">'t. Addrt, cr proper oJlicen b W coUrcti.. tlCnh.-uL ". ,';, I. I
\ drink whiskey or to make !love : call; hw .t Clark Billrf"" id, Maine! Win. i.; brENCEIi tr.1 b
to :
poor AdmV.
; dis bill right on de bible! and let Ju Lord ug Chieao. ilL : t 1 '
s ly women. J IT Oct. 6. HUGHES. :
\ 1 I' dtly Oo 1'y. 4
take car bf Jit can i" Ju:1e.l TempeJuae 18th 't'f\ fl" ,

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