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 27, 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 1 1IA. would have inherited said estate, if said and any employer failing or refusing so to those who than become 'subscribers for jority of said Directors,.shall have power VV

TIE FLORIDA PESlSSDLiR.PO parties had been competent contract I do, shall himself be liable for the taxes of said flock'of twenty-five thousand dollars, from time to time to call for the' payment 1

I narriage.Sxc. such ,employee, and further may be proceeded as above mentioned! in the second sectionof of' the unpaid stock, in sums as he or they

USHU> eras T SATCUAY ITT 2. Si it further enacted, That the against as for a misdemeanor and this act, their associates, successors and may drem proper, and said stock shan be '

-. K. SPEMOER.TERMS fact that said parties shall have failed to 'on conviction shall be fined not more than assigns, shall be and they are, hereby created considered and held as personal property, I +

shall have failed five hundred or less than. twenty dollars at and made a body politic by the' name and upon the neglect or refusal'of any
obtain license -
a to marry or of and of the Southern Land and Immigration Stockholder tops the instalment' 'on hn ;
'OF SUBSCRIPTION the forms of the discretion the jury. style y I
: to be married according to
SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That the Company to be located:at the cityof stock, as called for, by the PresidentorDirectors
One copy ., . . .$3.00oOaeOOPl law, shall in no ease affect the operation of I
onftjrear. 0 the shall be held to Tax Assessor and Collector bead he is Tallahassee, and by that name may sue thirty day's notice being'fintgiven .
this but
six ,months 0. eo. .. ?1.50 act, same the ap hereby authorized to serve upo /any employer and be sued, plead and be impleaded, ,answer i in one or 'mora.newspapers, said

---0- ply known to all cases husband wherein and wife. parties were landowner. merchant; or other: and b* answered nnto in all Courts Board may sell so much of'said' stock. at< ,

BATES OF ADVERTISING. as person employing labor,.,/notice in the having competent Jurisdiction, and may public outcry as will be sufficient 'to pay r
Passed the House of Represent stive*. December nature of a writ garnishment, in the following have and use a common seal, and the same the instalment thus called for, and such I
-One square((12 brevier Linn) or leu 'or 1, 1866. Passed the Senate December '
fiat insertion, -1 80 7.1866Approved by the GovernorDecember!! form, to-wit : break, alter and renew at pleasure, and are amount of stock: thus sold ,to par the unpaid ... _.-<;t ... .1

For each subsequent insertion, 76 12, 116&0 STATE OF FLORIDA, vested with all thee powers and privileges instalment and expenses for selling ", ,

Estate and Legal Notice will be charged at County of- }J necessary to the objects of their incorporation the same, shall be.transferred on the books ,, ', *" ''
the following'rate hereinafter defined. of to the' I
; as corporation purchaser thereof .
f .Application or letters of AdminhtraOOB. CHAPTKB 1,667-No. 34.] To A. B. You are hereby notified thatC. Sec. ,4. Be further; enacted, That and said President or President :Pro '

.- |600 An Act relating to Salaries. D., a person in your employ, (or return. said Company shall have power. to have, tem. and Directors shall have power from Vj,
Kotice Debtor and
to Creditors 800 SICTIOS 1. Bt it enacted ly the Senate ed bv you as in your employ for the. present and time time ,. fl I
.Application for Dismission, 1200 purchase, receive, possess retain per to to reopen the books of said :. ';
:Announcement of Candidate 6 00 and Haute of Representatives of the State year) ;is indebted to the State of sonal, real and mixed property, and to sell, corporation for further subscriptions'. of .,: V:A.. I ; ,.
Advertisements Landed in for not of Florida in General Assembly convened Florida in the sum of dollars for stock until the
publication lease, rent, hire, mortgage, or to in any whofe amount of Fiva-Hun-! : : '
cpeoifytag the number of insertion to betubliakcd That all public officers who are entitledto capitation or poll tax, and in the sum of otherwise dispose of the same as a majority dred Thousand Dollars, or if required by I
until forbid and charged according salaries in this State shall make their dollars for poll tax of this county.
of the Directors of said Company may them'any; greater amount than said. sum t ,
applications for warrants in writing, stating Now, therefore, you are hereby required to direct; 2d, to contract and be contractedwith of five hundred thousand dollars, shall be I _

for what terms and the amount they answer and return to me, under oath, the for the sale, barter, exchangeor otherwise subscribed for,and said President or President '
LAWS claim, which written applications shall be amount due or expected to be due from i
R .. disposing of personal, real or mixed pro tem. .and Directors shall have .
filed by the Comptroller as vouchers for the you to said employee, and you are further property, and for the settlement liquidation power to,declare, make and pay dividends, ;' 1

,. )1 OF TIlE warrants issued thereupon. required to retrain in your possession a or collection of claims, debts or de- and to fix the time and place, define 'the, ,

Paused the Senate Decembers; 1868. Pies sufficient portion of the wages or salary mands ; 3d, to import Uborera by land or manner of paying the name. and for 'pay r
STATE OF FLORIDA e-1 the House of Representatives December IS, due from to said employee, if any
1866. the Governor December by sea, in nccordance-witb laws of the sag interest 'and transferring stock; and
Approved by
I THE 13, 1866. there be, or which may become due to United States. ; 4thr to contract and be certificates, of stock'and other securities l- .
PASSED AT him the aid and to
I to pay. tax make'p.y. contracted with for the importation of laborers shall be assignable only on thd books i

anti Sc :icn of the 14th' General CHAPTIR 1,5GS.-Yo.[ 35.] ment of the sufficient same,to me when said you are indebted tenants or domestic servants, by of the Corporation, to be kept at' such I

.; a amount to employee land or by sea, in accordance with the laws place or'places and under such regulationsas ;
AssemblIt1866. An Act to amend an act to extend the time for said and thereof.
to tax or portion t
{'" collecting taxes in this State, approved December pay E. F. of the United Slates, and,, to make their the President or President pro tem. and
E '. 13, 1861, and for other purposes. Signed own bargains;'rules and regulations in and Directors shaH establish. I

I PublUhed by Authority. SECTION 1. Bt it enacted by the Senate Tax Assessor and Collector county of\ about the same; 6lb, to engage in a gen. SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That

: 0t and House of Representatives of the State Every employer upon whom such nice eral land business and importing business" parties who have subscribed for stock' in r ;

t CHAPTER 1584.-[No. 31.] of Florida in General Assembly convened, or garnishment shall be served, shall oWy of persons into the country, not conflicting this Company, and who have made arrangements .) t

An Aet railroads of the State. That the act entitled an act to amend an the requirements of the same in all respects with the laws of the United States, and to or contracts for the importa < i
ac: to extend the time for collecting Tax. and answer, under oath, to the same-, employ labor in any>pursuit or occupationbest tion of laborers, shall, with the consent of ..
SECTION: I. Be enacted by the Senate es in this State, approved December 13th, and on failure or refused so to do, he or suited to the interest of said company, the President and Directors be entitled to '
i: and House of Representatives of the State 1881, be and the same is hereby repealed, she shall be personally liable, and their to be determined by a'm.jority of the Directors all of the privileges of this charter. 1 I I
of Florida, in General Assembly convened, property, for the amount of such tax ; and of SAid 6lb SEC. 9. Be it
and that the act entitled an act to extend Company ; to engage further enacted, That no t
That beraflei any President, Superintendent the time for collecting Taxes in this State, the above notice may, with like effect, be: in a general brokerage business, for the stockholder's individual property shall be V. '::h j )

e Conductor, or any other person of approved December 12th, 1859, be and served upon any person whom the Tax Assessor purpose of exchange, and for the purpose liable for any greater sum than for the ,4 }
any Railroad Company of the State, whichis and Collector shall have reason to the interest of said of stock for
the same is hereby renewed, and shall be advancing Company amount which be has sub rJ j
operating or which may hearafler operate believe is o"r will be indebted to any delinquent ordain establish and in scribed and said f
,. of force from and after the passage of this ; 1t.b"to put Company shall have pow.
any railroad by virtue of the act entitled act by the General Assembly and its approval tax payer of poll or capitation' tax, execution any system by money exchange er to receive real, personal or mixed property
an act to provide for and encourage a and any amount paid to the Tax Asseseor either in America in fair
t by the Governor; Provided, that or EuropeII the at a valuation, in payment. for 4
liberal system of Internal Improvements the, Comptroller shall give notice of the and Collector, under and by virtue of such judgment of the Directors of the said Company stock in said company, but the same' shall .f

r .. in'this Slate, approved January 6, 1855, same for not lets than twenty days in two' notice i garnishment, shall be good as a its interest requires, ,and to adopt not be received in payment for,any' instal- a

and *cy aeu amendotary of the same, who or more newspapers published in West, credit against the amount that may be such by-laws, rules and regulations as shall ment that may be called for by the President I
.ball ran or cause to be run passenger or due as salary! or or in any other and convenient the
Middle,East and South Florida. wages seem necessary government or Directors when the-'same is required a
V i freight trains oo said railroads by a ached S 'o. 2. Be further enacted, That the manner, to such delinquent. of said corporation, and 'genera by them to be paid in money. .

ule or schedules of time that discriminates Comptroller Public Accounts be, and SEC. 6. Be further enacted, That the ly to do all acts and things as shall upper- SKO. 10. B t it farther enacted that
r against any other or all olher of said Railroads :I several Tax Collectors in this State be.and Lain be into effect the this shall remain
be is hereby required to have the tax books or necessary to carry act continue? and be of ,
or shall run or cause to be ton did they are hereby required to make settlements and of said force for
for the year 1867 ready for distribution and objects purpose corporation; twenty years, and shall be deemed -
trains or either of them, by a schedule orschedules shall distribute the same by the first day of with the Treasury whenever tho 8Ui, to receive money on deposit for the and held a public act, and the courts V ,I
of time that discriminates against amount raised by them shall reach five aforesaid and lend and borrow of this State

February: 1867 and that the taxes for said purposes to to shall take judicial notice I
soy main line of said Railroads in favor of year shall be assessed by the 15th day of hundred dollars, unless in cues when the money for the purposes aforesaid, and thereof without special pleading.

,, any branch; line or lines of said Railroads or amount of taxes of any county is not five to make, give and receive securities there. Passed the
April next ensuing, and that all tax-payer Senate Dee: 6, 18et Pawed the ,
hall fix the tariff of freights in such way hundred dollars, or when it is manifestly for and invest its Houseof .
who shall p'y the taxes due' by them,or any ,to moneys and transfer Representative Dec 8. 1866., Ap' s
and rates as te discriminate against the portion thereof by the first day of May next impracticable.Passed its.property at pleasure; 9th, to establishand proved bj the Governor Dee. 11. 1866. r i

interest of any other of said Railroads, or ensuing, hall I be allowed a credit on the the Senate December 13, 1866. Pal; locate branches and agencies for car. .
the interest of the people affected thereby, sed the House of December
amount so paid of ten per centum, and the Representative* tying( on their business : Provided, there A schoolmaster tells the following good i
f V in favor, or which may operate in favor of 13 1866. Approved by the Governor December shall .
not be less than ten stocbolders five
; amount so received the Tax
by respective 14, 1866. one ; I was in
other others a quiet
or of said Railroads and of country
of whom shall ,
Collectors shall be forthwith paid into the I "- be residents of this State. :
other people, the same is 'hereby declaredto Treasury of the State Provided That SEC. 5. Bt further enacted That said village. The second morning of my sea"t
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be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon nothing in this section contained shall be'I' CHAPTER 1,569.-[No. 36.] Commissioners shall:, immediately, after as sion I had time to survey my surroundings, ) i; ti
conviction thereof shall b fined in the amend March. :
Jn Act to an act parsed 15, i
sum of five hundred dollars for the commission construed as requiring the taxes for 1867to 1843 for the establishment of lost pspeas. much ns Tweutyfive thousand dollars of ,and among the scanty fursiture I.espied! a i; !}

of each and every offence above be paid before the time cow fixed by (See Digest page 391.) stock bball have been subscribed for, call a three legged stool. "Is this the ,duaee ;;t ri
of the Stockholders and -
mentioned. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate they, block I" I asked of a little girl of five.'j 1
SEC. 3. Be the Stockholders shall to
enacted That proceed
itfurlher organ
.Pawed the Senate Dee. 8. 1868.!! Passed the any and House of Representatives of the State ize said election The dark eyes sparkled'the curls nodded ,
Tax Collector the of
or other officer of this State I corporation by not
lions .f Florida in General convened
Itepre.entative.Dec.11, 1166. of Assembly .
Approved .
I by toe Governor Dec. 14, 18C6.CnArTER having public money in his hands who That the second section of said act be andit less than fire, nor more than twenty Direc- assent, and the lips rippled out, "I guess ,; t: t
shall tors, which number' thereafter be increased .
purchase Comptroller's Warrants orTreasurer's ( may so ; the teacher always sits on _it." .. !
is i
T amended much
hereby by repealing so
I i Certificates, issued to defray by the Stockholders of said Com ...
: 1,565-Xo.[ 3-.] the expenses of the Government, with th'e thereof as requires the party wishing to parry,) a majority of whom shall constitute --- -- a 0'6';'"

An Act to amend' the laws providing the money collected for. taxes as ..accruing to I establish a copy of a lost warrant to give a quorum, and shall be citizens of the It is said on no less authority.than that"; I
anode in which nominations to various offices the hands of such Tax Collector or other notice in a public {gazette.r State of Florida, and the said Directors of a newspaper correspondent that since (i

hall be adrised' with and eoncureJ in., officer in payment of Licenses or Fines, &>ed thdllouse of Representatives Decem shall clot ta President, after which, said the passage of the Female Suffrage retolu.' : :. 'j :.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the,,Senate bet 6, 1966. 1'oMe.l the :Senate December 7 commisiioners'shall tion the Wisconsin !
J shall be deemed turn shall by the
to be guilty of malfeasance 1866. Jpproved by the Governor December over, or Assembly, price : .'.
and House of Representatives f.tAe in office and shall I be indicted there 12, 1866-, cause to be turned over said book or books balmorals, has gone dowq, and pantaloon I I ;"J

Stat of Florida in General ,Assembly for by the Grand Jury of the County where -- 'of subscription and money collected, to stuff considerably I advanced in that State. .1 i.;. i'

:) convened. That from and after the passage such officer resides, and en conviction shall CIIAFTER 1,570.-No.[ 37.] ;said President and Directors, and the said "It I 'f
: of this< act all laws providing that the I Ie fined in a sum equal to twice the :President and Directors shall annually I on a.r
Jn Act to the Southern Land and A 1
WILL. We the I'
beard ?
; nominations to the various offices in this i amount of the Warrants or Certificates so Immigration Company. : the first Monday after the second Wednesday other ;,,1
State, made by the Executive, shall be aJ.o \ I : in November in each day of a man tbat once lived within hundred \ ;:::
purchased, and all Tax Collectors or other SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and I succeeding year, ,
tired with and occurred in by both branch officers charged by law with the collectionor House of Representatives of the State of I call a meeting of the Stockholders, first miles of Toledo,, who 'was possessed! }... I f 1 r"a
of the General shall be :
Assembly so
es receipt of the puhlio money, whether, Florida in General Assembly convened, giving thirty days notico thereof, in one or of large property, but Jib all Iiten,be their .' e .
amended that such nominations shall ,
as more I .
-' the MIle be for taxes, licences or fines That there shall be established in the public newspapers of this State at
cityof property large or'.mall, he had to die I '
lj required to be referred only to the Senate which time the Stockholders d
shall offer shall elect f
at time when to
any they pay Tallahassee Land and J
,+ and the nominations shall be consider a Immigration Directors for the though dying be did what most men won't V -, f Ir
the same into the Treasury, be required to Company the capital stock of which ; ensuing year, and the Directors ; : f-
ed by the Senate only, and by them advised may shall elect do he left will
take and subscribe an oath, which coy judicial be raised to five hundred thousand dollars a President and if from ; a bequeathing half of his
with and concurred in. officer of the State-is hereby author or to any amount or sum greater than the :any cause no'election shall take place the wealth (being childless) to his wife, for ..,', I r.

Famed the House of Decem ized to administer that they have not : Board of Directors or President in office ,
Representatives said five hundred thousand dollars, as the her use as long as she remained single, the
,I s trS.18. Passed ... 4, since the passage of this act speculated in said Company, from time to tim!!, determine ,shall hold over until his or their successors I
.. 18 8. Approved by the Governor December may are elected and installed other half given her when she marries a* _
< the obligations of the State with the mon- and the stock of said: Company and in the event ,
f ..6. 1&66-. ey received by them ns such Tax Collector shall be divided into shares of one hundred of the vacancy in office, the majority tee gain. If such nets were more frequent- i tI t\

M or other officer directly or indirecly, dollars each. maining in office shall have power to do : charming widows would l be more charm j

r CHIPTER 1.5 G.-[No.: 33.] and that the funds offered to be paid into SEC. 2. Be further enacted That Per. all things provided: for in this Charter. ing and widowhood much shorter livtd.- 1 '=

; : Ac Act in relation to Escheats. the Treasury are tht funds paid into their. es B.- Brokaw, Rolling Baker, James T. SEC. 6. Be'further enacted,, That! the Ex. ,

i : 'SfiCflos t.. Be it enacted by the Senate hand. by the respective tax payers of their Magbee, Edmund D. Howse, William President. and Dimeters shall be elected '' ;

si s end VLout'af<
-' i i of Florida in Gtittrfll Assembly convened, section contained shall be onstrued as pre appointed Commissioners, whose duty and that there shall I be but one vote for the lican gives the following dream of a "friend [ '

: f i .. FLat whenever, upon ,b* death of any person venting the several Tax Collectors of this shall t be, after reasonable notice, in one or same for each share, and that absetlStock in Medford county :. 0 = #r,

r t of color, sewed or possets*] of real ort State from receiving in payment of taxesat more newspapers, of the time or,times and holders may vote by proxy. I I In his deep appeared to him that he was .; ,i' '

t J'J'I personal) estate. there ire persons in being their face virtue the warrants and certificates place or places, to open or cause to be open. SEC. 7. Be it further enacted That I under a brilliant moonlit, cloudless I sky, ;! $

; wbo would inherit Mid property or any issued by tbo Comptroller and ed a book or books, and receive or cause to said President and Directors, or a majority in which all the shrs: wero shining Sud .

r.. portion thereof,'unjtr the several statutes Treasurer under appropriations duly made be received subscriptions! : for stock in said of said Directors shall have power to appoint denlv the moon dunged: to a big turkey s

; <.C descent! of this State, but who ara pro.i I by tbo General Assembly.SEC. Company, which book or books shall be by I' and remove at pleasure all officers, gobbler and ibo stars to grains of corn- '

i I i vented from so doing on account of the : 4. Be further enacted That it them, or their authority, kept open until gents and employees of said Corporation, Then the turkey walked: : hurriedly across i

legal incapacity said persons of color to shall be the duty of every employer for the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars of to prescribe their respective duties, take I I. the heavens aid devoured the stark, to tho .,

,,1. I contract marriage in a state of. slavery, salary, hire or part of proceeds of crops, of stock shall be subscribed for ; each subscriber from them bond for the faithful performance very last smal'est' specimen. a

i r.. Which! said estate would otherwise escheat }persons liable to pay.a poll or capitation. shall, at the lime of subscription, thereof, to fill any vacancy or I Our friend wok thoroughly siti-Sr
1 i' : to the, Slate, all the light, title and interest tax in this State, to make returns to the : pay to the Commissioners one dollar for dies that may occur in their vaclln'l that Congress would soon provide for the I
: of Florida is vested in I appoint a President pro tern in the absence stealing of all Southern property, and .
; of f the State hereby Tax Collector and Assessor under oath of every share subscribed for. !
2- ;t' f nd waived in favor of those (persons who the names of their employees cr laborers, ] Sec. 3- Be it further enacted, That of the President, and further, thai said I lives "in daily expectation: of being""gob- 4

. 1 1M i President, or PrcsiJcut pro tem. or .1 mao bled. .


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THE FLORIDA PEMML1R. to the Confedera' late Trip to Polk County For two live loog days it ran about upon iU x
l ls i rote. Under this Circuit .Court. four legs with as much eons ui lid as though \ t
it were entitled to them all; no doubt,' at
of the Legisla Well we started-of course we started
this early stage, pride ambition and unholy
) ; members since or we could'nt t ,hare gone-that .is, our aapiratious began to 511 hia ehieken.hip'a r
) capable both of very agreeable traveling an breast with the idea of tome day, Hailing
) because4 after "Ex lion." and our bumble comr.aaloD., forth the admiration and envy of the 'fe*taer- e ( .

Ceaferleracy mem;' 1 o'clock P. M., that ia to say iu the after- ed tribe but other slut 1 for poor muter tbitktn 1rk. t

laa ; i ; { no longer took aD n on. Now' we don't bet, neither do we his like breath many became disappointed disgusted, sal aspirants refused, to a '

'TAMPA..SATURDAY I : t tion' of the "wager," bat we will give the junior "Dev stay any loDger with him;like man under like
tr appears that in Vir il's" old bat, i in our office even to Mrs. circumstance he died : but unlike man, r'for '
April }3lh. 18 T.uour'Ageot I numlwrs of the Harriet Stowe Beecher (if we've not got when kt dies, h, U buried and soon forg ..n the otth to her down and little by the dearest friend and nearest relaarea !
sup nnme right, a transposing
chicken. Be i ia
tions however master
not co,
t tt r-Wx"M.oA: uaoI?E-q.. the UnUvd State*, of it i is necessary, the reader cano and our friend bu promia :
:'BrookzTilleFla. and J*' authorized to t ..f tlu* Slllh t ( !", anil f fr d that himself,) if she can find any thing carefully ed to send preserved bimto us first 'chance, and when he -
-money roreubeeripLioa and advertising, therefor exempt sufficient interest! to "dot down" 1n doe so, aH shall receive doe and timely DOC f.
for the } qj
l'eeeip' tame.cy ( I tic of bis advent A Barnwa baa bvea to bfj.... t
this ohu c. Tim :raveling the long dreary, heavy road < lit t +
; the ly beaten for Congress ia Countctiro, weV* .
TJ e Military BUI ant the Cl- j from this toward the AI'ttia.Ve confess
aa idea of setting up an opoosition, musennx '
;.. tntional. ,Amendment.A .. : : wa curs> : >o'.f?, !b y we cuuld'nl. Though we did'nt bare as :.way down here in Fl.. an d making this, theaforesaid
DILL to rioTOi FOE 'tDJxoa. xrnocrr : <>xt"nl! ',i! i\ all:I many eyes as 'Argus but what we did i and above described chicken tae nn-
,*, BXKX3CT Or TUX EDO. BTATXB. I i.'y' '4"r: *i'''I" hive we u>ed to the Lle..t advantage and ,, cleus around which to haild it;; np. Bat M
l Gore ) | n*<>r ,, ..< "' Fat our competitor are now crying and .
Whereas: no lejral State I, I &<'r we ditl'ul wen see .s reJ-lone asceno .creamI I t ;
Adequate prelection for fife or' pr ; 'I I l',ip: >r* *,> :h :1011'' wo got along alt best we could, i ing we are in our comneled ears, "Copy to stop enough right here:, press, ,but w,..
noriexiitifntherebelStates of :: t H'tn ->r t\\,,,. ] 1a I rid flut.ih .d and in
iu due
irgiol t? a we cou time, have a much bi yet to. tell on oar i
North Csrolina, South Carolint, Georglbiiuhsipgi : f .ffti.*; tfmt ih/.- I 'in good orJ itr and well tondilioned" we good old 99KNature, than the 'eh iekea

,, ,'Alabama, Louisiana, FloridTeXDd >< t the, Stii t .Lc-';:* ..- arrived safoi'r at'.Uccle Johnny'a. Now \ story above It-it was-it wart steer, with ,
"Arkansas ; and whereas; it E vrfa,j ln i Dover r I every l IK>U}' knws noels Johnny ; that fur six, distinct, feperate, well defined and fully
developed horns. Now kind reader don't
'Ji?necessary: -thatpeaceandgoodordershout? ud ( ? Uitfrfor! rot I a number of years bo NJJ deprived of all I 1 bah. But we won't sty a word about sap the
be enforced In lAId States until loyal ) tl iog 'vha' : ,, 't!e i Hd of Lit timb.by ''par.> Iys,:, ; th.n agiube : steer story to day I lest by telling two tones 1
lie-F tiblicau. Slate,Governments eau' be- 1 1establiihed gd ?nt,' sclu gally ; therefore, i :6f5sa. Praclicil-: 1 i s,.(tid uo-, is to far recovered a: well l let it "slide" to ue the classic language _
:. tit, enacted( by tAi Senate and Souo but within that : to make consijrabla! headwaynub. to ot G 'n. Bang*, till next. -week.

:Jteprtsinta lives of the United S14 t of the JufmccLiad-: aiJ than that of.a stall; that at the clow We publish on the inside{ of our present

cf'America is,Congress dtttmlled Tb I 'j' of the war, whet; Eraancipition: > cam S number, to tbe exclusion of ererthing "
aid'rebel States shall be prided into practical 'point cf,: dun upon us'ltll!, J.Jrd 'rats in a the.e (
itary districts and made.; subject to L i l : the rogi: trstc&! I bas,',it left undo Johnny!: flat, with no else, the Sherman ]Keconstruclion Bill, tad ...... I
"military authority of the'United i States, \ help,, t SOIl; a f ictiosai9! { anJ nillinhearted the Constitutional Amendment together

hereinafter prescribed, and for that put to register.{ ? : daughters to take care wf, and lo with an analysis of the Supplemental Bill,

pose Virginia shall constitute the first d'tr'rct i3r:1i: in. comfort the fed parents. Our readers which we take from that excellent and
; ; North Carolina and South Caroli <'quenco that we will pardon these circumstanliat details as
the second district ; Georgia,Alabama 1 i of wLat vl-i! ...s. or wo'have a ,fact whoso! moral
;Florida the third 'district; Mississippi { r;;:;j ioter M voters more impressive by these little mailers Jacksonville. -4

Alkanu the fourth district; and LOuiai and we' hope loo. should any member of This gives to cur readers just the information .

>; ftd Texas. the fifth: that right who that kind hearted family happen to fAil they all need at this particular
'fun 2. .And be further: enacled, Tbjt that ha meets upon these lines, that they wilt pardon ns time. :;:.
shall.be the duly of the President for the'liberty we are taking ; as modest, In a very few weeks we may expect

assign to the command of each of u of the State, unassuming and disinterested acts of Christian the Regislrators i ia our midst. From these .

.dUtricU an officer of the army Dot bet i ((12 mouths benevolence are, in this 'iron-bound documents every one may aseertain' ..hether

the rank of brigadier-general, and .to d ) : ) tbe Slate, is .at conscience ago' of ours, so 'few and far ba is entitled to regiitrate or not ; or
tail a sufficfent .military force to eua District or Parish between,' that when we do stumble
uponone in other words
whether be is
such officer to perform his duties and e has not been dis we think that 'a notch should be cut a freeman

fore his authority within the district : in-any re. in the joice or be, in some other way re or not. We do sincerely hope that every .

rbteh. he is assigned. the United corded. So if we can by our dotting of one who is entitled to this boon, will avail

Sec. 3. And be it farther tn4lud, ; the State or I this case provoke any other Christian 'to go himself of it. We hope none will bold '
it shall be the duty of each officer he it i and do likewise ,
asaiged twenty-one our object will have been back {from the false idea, as we conceive ,
as aforesaid to protect all persons accomplished. Then to proceed uncle
their rights,.and person and, property. : to remark Johnny met us at the gate, with his; usual of "humiliation," "dishonor," ,&c. 'Tbe "

suppress insurrection, disorder and violeti no legal disfran- cordial welcome, Hf we could put op with situation, with all! its resposibilities{ is '

and to pnnit b, or .cause to be punished, i in any' rebel. his coarse fare.' We shall say nothing thrust upon us and there is no nasioo.We .- I
disturber of the public peace and cri by the tbi.d about the fare,'suffice, that our traveling
sale, and to this end he may: ,allow 1 Amendment, companion foundered on milk and fruit, must accept or reject. If we \

civil tribuualato'take jurisdiction of a ; exclusion is mem for be is a perfect calf, so far as his appreciation accept, it may lead to a final and complete t

to try c&ndtrsf or, when in bis judging of good milk is concerned, we settlement of our present national difficulties '
i it may !be? necessary for !the trial of .offsden taken an oath as mean, in no other respect though whatever. at an early day and a removal 1
he shall hare to 's of the United But the to. ..'
power organize: m' now, as witness said, we are some extent of those burdens
zvr"f with
itary:commissioners or tribunals for ; tbereqf, or as a coming to the point. As we entered the which t .
and all interference under I house we are now almost ground to
purpose\ col or exec to our utter astonishment! and wdtr"t
of State authority with the exercises I of any State to, with fears somewhat excited, we saw before If we reject, then we surely entail upon .

military authority! \ under this act shall b I of the, United the fire.place rockin'crib, with a.fine, fat, ourselves, for an indefinite number of
null std roid.. ed in i insur years,
:vfm chubby little infant hey of unmo fns .
.. .. _
7. I alllbe borron of militarr __
!. nA J.
: nat the United months rn j......
&KC.) .4...Ant t>e it further enacted,,. old. We knew not ht- to makeof --- -
e4 aU perapns put nnder military arrest i comfort to the it=were'afraid' to enquire, but ponder- poli m. !
virtue of this act shall be eJ it all in our heart. At last uncle Johnny Shortly too, we will be called ,upon to I

unnecessary delay, and no cruel or ,under' this relieved us by remarking: 'Bro C., I I elect Delegates to a State Convention; to r ,

Dual! punishment shall be inflicted ; and 't"o things. lie guess you're surprised to see an object of form a Constitution. .This is a privelige -
II sentence of any military to support the that kind i in. my. family,' We .assented with the 1
tribunal hereby authorized, affecting States in a cer that the pans was well founded, and now I fiaught highest re ponsititi.n and '

c life or liberty of any.person, shall be aferwards be for; an explanation. A lady, of the neigh- : lasting consequences ; hence, the paella! cf

ecated until it n approved by the comfort, &0., &e. borhood, whose ,obituary wa published in : each county in the election: cf their <] in command of the district, and the law.aDd ; and afterwaids our paper a few months ago, died in giv gules should act wiili cxluine caution. r :
s regulations lot the government of &c., or, i if f dog birth to the child. The father being great prudence ; ; } z
ruin, shall not be affected by this act, et rt and has not poor and having no children of his own aodjftii'chtet-'djuJgnx-att.! ?
vcept in so far as they conflict with its is cot excluded large enough to take care of the helpless 'F ire Eaters'ni Extrv-roifcta of a'l! claims! ::
visions Provided That : should btt .li.orJeJ
: no sentence innocent, prevailed on a lady of the neigh FrcczynJ passion '\
..death'ullder the provisions of tbis act support tbe borhood to ,undertake the charge Sheaving should no longer usurp the tbroaraaddi-
; !
be carried into effect the laws of the
without h
the not the .
proper nourishment, it veer lb: dwtinics of our country. Demsgogueum
Of the President. the Ust of his soon became diseased and -
consequtnt'y: !
; SIC. 5. And be it further enacted, !so to d.>. sexy' fretful and troublesome) so much "so, and fanaticism have brought ,

when the people of any one of said reb l i u inner cf rejj:, that' it wa-> shortly! ; returned to the fl\th r.lioIIU our country to what it is. Let us eschew

State shall I hare formed a constitution i .\ : and another and soon, were }>r government in conformity with the Constitution : i : ( -.tnJifi utlic! (;r voile upon to take it, !,art each with tin in the lanJsOt sober honwt f rs
of the United States in all' / in rtl E'!-criun same result. It continued .
I speck, framed by a convention of delgates ,l.*h, rrr; ,-i-ti.iUon: iiTul, tlQ s Iroubltsomp that noonevoulj to grow worse, faithful, conservative men of unsuspected \.
sleep i"
elected by the male citizens of : [ "-,>*, &. where it wtu.' In this ,!tatv: of tbini'Aunohnny' t integrity !

State> twenty-oae years old and upward, I t 1'. t I: .. "loy J viittd it. Her compassion.i ,ws at WIt had entirely eschewed politics from "
whatever race, color or previous l. C I' .nl-r- once excited, her syrupithiv aroused and the Presidenlal election of 1848
.. wbo have been resultnt in said State ] ,..! t.;.k \\ i..it i\t Ler cbrUtinn heart overflowed with but wodu .
'. a one yean previous to the day of such dec I 'i <>.il'. !.'III'\1 arid love to the n'ltleri'ng object berHvp-lieir : fijel.:tlat to remain silent, passive or )io- I'T>
I # Lion, such as, be ; l .; -r" or ,," lli". different to w
except may petsun j I ;; < r.f its trouble{ of her own and coming events, would be but .t
lot participation in the rebellion for ( or ; ii.tlrmilies, she look it to her bosom! and to tantamount to treason against the best (ialerests _
ODY at common law, and when such % WI' .:!., r ;?rcllt' 1 1 li-r, homo. Tin result ill it is
i stitution shall provide' that the alectirfranchise ; !.. i: i-- .. .' .'.I fit, ihriiu! rhiM' '.- "'lfll.l,found now
shall be enjoyed all such t >i, Act.tu!, .l"i I t: ': i i i llor i nrdo*"', WM thi, gm\\ S.vn.iritao expect to use our utmost endeavors both t ;

I as bare the qualifications herein stated to l ., Juut,: l II y tUr! I;: liru hi!lr'--i: iullcfin,: 'ch':' !, C'lristinn to I as an individual, anJ through the press to t
i electron of and when lI to c:.rn' {1l i ;iut i ,
I delegates, such i I render i* there in nl ig-i bor "!hr> nctd thy advance the interests of those persons and s '
stitution shall be ratified by a majority kindly office its ,, ;+ :
; ... >, ;) tn.1 nnj. Ito l like: thou measures, which we t t '
the persons voting on the question of wise bectrio hiui may conceive
lo the
I. Lf ;()()J Samaritan.1; : : i will
." ification, who are qualified as electors ,fo f .-J .\. ];venue r I Your act may never fic'i i is: way into tL" prove most conducive.to the beat inlere .' '
\ delegates, and when such constitution shaLive column t of our country
Western Union, newspaper : ; may voter: he; hera'Jvd'! .. I I
i been submitted to Congress for e i f.)rtb froM (l'ie' .
in this ;
trumpets roo'ith belt t il i
I amination and approval, and Coagr \ nrra*. cty! s I will; Le 'inKcrbellrpfv:1 *ita ; in A young lady, a member of a family
jjetiiciits your name which i
,. shall have the 'the Lamb,' although net wealthy I
approved same, andbe \," to'egraph' line Book of Life.' was comfor ,
uid State, by a vote of its Legislatorelected Lawton: to Like Our road from L'nclaJohnp'e onward; flU married.tably: off in this world's goods, was to be ,
under said constitution, shall batadopted jTsrie ly Handsomely engraved cards
: { by! tans l.b ci-: no cuinrily ,Ue that of mud I I
the amendment the anJ water of were sent out by the relatives of
to Constitu water and mud. and friends
conitfaction! from Fionlly, tr' >
tion of the United Stale, proposed' by th i ; 1' "brunt.:rhi up"at the domicile: vl our kind und but about two weeks before the wedding l
Thirty-Ninth Congress, and known u' a I I i point on the coi t "Jacob.ho pilal.l." Sow old friend and formtr neighbor it was! found that there were not cards ; r ,: t

tide fourteen, and: said article shall bat i yet dufiiiitely set to dwell intense Jacob because of old he and hi" tribe nee d enough to "go round." Instead of having 1 j ,t

t become a part of Constitution of tbe United i ; ee ; willl le form } our modtrn Jacob Ian had "many rattle cattle"thoudl more struck off, the young lady called on ... : I v

States, said Slate shall be declared e ; i Jltitbell.b" nor hit tribe diced in many tent, for yet we some neighbors and asked them to return t '
I titled to representation in Congress, nd : expec ILho were bwth comforUble housed and well fed the cards that had been sent them as she t '
Senators and R pre. tiUlivesball be *J in operation by friend! kind and pleaeant, family. boot our wished to send them to others Cap ( A"t ,

i' milted therefrom on :heir taking the oa thus placing Sir Here! we Jacob found ficeciously the ;:" //OH.termA and,"J.eoV his, Tribe. that. I ,

t P prescribed 1 law, and then and ( ) communication frofve in the Law, of whom be well frodiyy feel ... ... I
i may
t 1 the proceeding sections of this bill shall time. proud ; a* in every movement in the Court A lawyer had his portrait taken to tbis autitude t
f imperative in said State : Provided, .room, he bean ample testimony of the faithful standing with his bands in his pock \ 1J.I
f line to all im of an aLie Jumt. IIere ets. "It would resemble him ,
from too
the we
1 ao person-excluded privilege met our friend more close I .
..a holding office by said proposed amends e i of Florida are among the most faithful Gsndy, ;of said the to have1 faithful boon Iy,"nid an acquittance' 'if be had hia l t

to tffe Conuitutkm of the United Sta when com soldiers of the Virginia army. Was many ia all f iU hands in somebody else's pocketI ." I, '
: I shall be eligible to election as a member important ad.' compaigns ; was never home on furlough bat --. _,' A
; the convention to frame a constitution 1r < once, daring the war, was never a day ia the [ you eee a wife carefully!! footing her 1
hospital "
j ;: i any of.a&id.rebel. States, nor shall an H for ,comet anweredI0: "unner hit under arrest, but always husband's Blockings, you may conclude ( j J
to of name at the call of the roll that he will not find 1&
j j I such person rote for members of said CODI :: the Forest. so we )here heard from some source. De told bills difficult to foot her 1

I .'vection.Sec.! State of c his 1 of a freak, which nature had played off at \.
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\ I TnE 'FLORIIUmNINSULAR.t : :; IETIf1MI .&.lI.1. MEDICAL o NOTICE. % E. A. CLARKE ,& CO.Hsvsjust Notice. .' j- I I +'

Receivtd direct
from New
a&1m-OQ the 24th inst., at the residence
1r DR. Assortment, forming complete
t hllumt;; nRTi&1t-lbb BT of the_bride's f father, by the Key. Dr. HIS PROFESSIONAL: SERVICES and new Thirty.days after. dateI shall apply to the < j l
OFFEU9 Probate
; !, T.\:K.. SPENCER. II Branch, Mr. A.>LCo iEE.to Miss MALI. Office at citizens his residence.of Tarapa. STOCK OF GOODS. ty,State of Florida Court for of an HilUborough order to sell eonn-Lot t x

I 3, and the half of lot 5. in Block & according ,
McLioo all ot this county. 20th. 1867. C2-4m.
,POST OFFICE TANYA u April ,J, I Consisting in part of the following articles to the surrey of Tarapa 1847, as' the properly f'
: 64r A fine dice!i of cake received, for I 'I? of Wm. Fanning,dec'd. t

which 'our Devil'says be wishes them all I "VTm. M. FANNING, AdmV. ,
Arrival naDepartnre of )tails,, New Goods : Such as Tampa April 20th.; 18117..c... ; ,
r* HOURS the! happiness.. a married life boasts of. Calico
>i OFFICE : "
Prints, :
*n>m a A"k' ,to 6 P. iL, daily. Sew*, relos ALSO at Key,West FU. on the Oth Last, at FINE LOT OF DRY GOODS,JUST Gingham, Ct tlW: i !ill o

at e, 1.24.MAILS the residence of the brides mother,bylb'e.Re1'. A received, which I offer low for Cash or Merinos, Muslin 'TWill sell to the highest bidder, in front of '

DUE: Mr. 'Cardemeri:, W. T. Put .to Miss De Lain., JL the Court House door, in Tampa on the J !r :,
"Wednesdsys and Saturdays at 6 P. M.M Capt. COUNTRY PRODUCE Jaconets, Swiss. first Monday in June, the following Real Es
XbaitXitt-- U.ind 25th each month. RACHH. ,P. SIUSAHAS, all of Key West Muslin,Vie. Lawns, tate belonging to the heirs of Columbus Staf
MAILS CLOSE. The Bride has the best wishes of the Fei. Factory Thread, Irish Linen Bareges, ford, dec.d-lo-wit:
Sheeting, Silk. Handkerchiefs, Fan The S Wi of Sec 47. ana the N. E. of the ,
Pound Cake. I i
8 P.N, Wadxesdays and Sunday. solar ofliGe for a "Huge Shirting, cy Neck Ties.Edgeingn,Insertions 8. E i Ste. U. T. 29 So. R 30. E.

JOHN X. FLETCHEC, ? M."Tampa May prosperity attend them, and may they" Calicoes, Velvet GitnpTrimmings The S.W i or See. *Wf T, 28. M of AW, *V. Ca.
: "each loving and living, the other to bids Hoop Skirt, ,Shirtings Sheetings,' ,Feb. ,(; 1867. ,41 td- through life so tbd their historic will be De Lanes| Drillings Bleach'd & Unbleached And the N E J, of S E J, of See. 36, T 18,S : i
r pas of the truth, that it Dress Patterns, -Marlboro &:' Hickory Strip( of R. 20, E. vs
r.n a omp1ett'emp1icat1oD Bed Tickings.Shawls. Denims,Ticking, Checks,Scotch Plaids AU lying in Hill.borou rh: County, Florida. r
Volume Two. "
1 ,b not '"meet for man_ .._ to lire_ alone K'y Jeans, Casumere, Flannel,Bonnet ELIZABETH AFFORD, ,
Wit> the present No. we commence, the I Shirts, I & Taffety Ribbons, Ladies Belts, Buttons, Guardian. '

Sad Volume of ,At Penintular. All we Neck Ties, I Balmorals & Hoop Skirts, Ladies and Gen.tleman' April!. 1867. ids. .
| Balmorals,
lloosiery, 'GloM, Collar., Boot* e .
'bare to say i is, that we are. determined to'' Marlboro Stripes Shoes, Hats &0.. Misses A1'1 Boys Shoes & Hats, NOTICE. ,

oontinae,and be punctual ,in, its public-: Bleached Domestics& unbleached, Coats, Pant.,Tests.,Under,Over A LB shirts. O IX MONTHS AFTER ,DATE, I will ap I I

lion,and wilt gladly rewire a liberal tup. ,! Ac, Ac. I ('Jt'' a88S-1 I t> kJ ply to theiudge of I'robate, of Heraando 1

port from the reading community of Sooth A, A. ALLEN. Saddles, Bridles, Bits, Halters- Martingale county god from, for Adminutrationf affinal! settlement and the be diichar- "I :!i f '
FAtate \ '
Leonard having purchased the Jan 26 26-tf Girth Brass & Mexican of
Tlfr.B.a *, Stirrups Mathew R. HoweU late of said I
Florida.. Jll store and stock of goods formerly |lo..nedand spars Horse Collars Ac., Ac,, ed. county deceu I I:
... ... cCub. Mr.Vigil,'request his Mends
----- .i. occupied by 1
call he m
and acquaintances to give him a as ;
J. lU&srtxr, Shoemaker,hat re> thinks they can'find as good bargains among Dry Goods Pocket Table }Inive'File.., Brooksrille, Fl.Cum March Tetsmento 8ll jlnaexo. ; I
''tnored to his old Hand iu the, Krawe his ..selected and general assortment ofgoods Door& Pad Locks,Axes Trace I .
asoan be found elsewhere in the city.- Chains, Hoe Shovels: ant'd
'Uoule"-wbere he ii 'Teady, to eiecnte all Gird him a cafl, one and alL / nth @m<
-Border, with oeatneu and dispatch.. Mr. April.27,1SG7. l'lt Knives, Hatchets,Gun ;\
Just Received Per SteameirALLIANCE Pans, Tea -D1 r 1j;
Hassalef catssatisfy
is workman and
a thorough. Kettles, Iron Pots, virtue of an order this day obtained from .
the most fastidious. Cfl'AS.G.HASSELEFAND' I Bak Ovens to 1) the Probate Court of Hernando County .
etc., Fla., I will offer for.al. at imbli<; outcry, on
r -T.xr. A IFiia> ILal clT thefirst Monday in May next, before the Court -t.t'rj i.
"No >< ..-We are informed 30 Or FLOUR 'W Q) Home door in BrooktrHle, twelve urN o "
byllr. Latham, tie excellent) and de.?.. .. rubs, Pig n., Churn, Sieves, Brooms, BrassBound land, belonging to the Estate of John L. May, p., t }
er Parser of the first rate steamship Alliance :BACON, Toy, Flour Brushes t comb.. Axe Helves ie. said Estate.
that there is scarcity corn SUGAR.
a great MARINA IL MAY SAXON adm't'x. '
in Tampa. It is selling there at fire del SYRUP, tgI m Brooksrille April tod, 167. SI .c...' t r II

Ian per bushel. The destitution in the SHOE dM: AKER Pans, Pay! Platen; Buckets, eupe, coffee-pots,
arronnding country frightful. He say Dippers, Notice. ,

that tha poor people walk 15 and 20 RICE, EARTHENWARE &c. ,'. i;
miles to obtain supplies furnished by theQuartermu removed from Mr. Harrison's estab Ac. t
Earing Plates-Tea, Breakfast ct Dinner Set ta;Cups-
r'a Department-" to his old stand at the "Kranse And various other articles in the Groceryline Tea & Coffee sets, Bowls Platters Pitchers ALL persons niztkt' agaiJt'tO L f ,
House," offers his services to the public. of Lt..eau tFr.iu lat.of Yststee
Ac. Gt..are-Tumblt'n. ,
find in the Tallahasie Sen- also Goods and Readyinadewhicb'we
The above Dry
we ,Work will be executed with as much neatness, Pitchers Salt Cellars & connty.thenUeaUd, dt'Ce&Moill J sest tLrs lady an.. I I.
tiflll,or 12th inst, and really it is newt cheapness and despatch as it can be done else Clothing, will sell cheap for Syrup Kerosene Lamps. witbost
to the people of Tampa and, "snrounding where. Attention given to repairing. I Cash Produce. ed to .aid Estate are n-r..erJ: to cats: ia- ,
country. Now we don't 'know from Tampa, April 27th, 1867. 1 tf or Country GROCERIES.ackers mediate j>&Tta.eu a; ti* t.: -AI i AH.
whom "Mr.- Latham .toe : and fSTCall and Examint our Supplict. creditor .rd: L&d .l- .w,' 0
excellent Cheese Pilot Bread, Butter,Rsi are-h --ti--touf tJ tiii t} r ei -T"E 1.t I

clerer.'Purser of the first-rale steamship Notice. GRANT, & CRAFT, sons, Almonds, Pecan, Candy, Soda, t.arn.ithe' *xyir sj a tf fra yel.s Iras. .
Alliance obtained his information but this date, nnlaa uit.cwi. I t .
t atJ4)ZL
Store the Florida Ilouse. Pickles, Mu. tard Pepper.'Spice
all we* have to My, about that, is, that he -Opposite .u, ..LS1.c:!.. ) 'f
was eertainlr very illy posted ; and that addition to the ttward of 1200 offered by March 2d, 45-tf., Tea, Coffee Sugar, Soap,Candies .t .r: !i.1i.

thereby he ltd: done great injustice and In the Governor for the apprehension cf Jor- Matches, Smoking Jb April 11th. 1!!:. r-j-r. '1 f

"t tb..tJJ"l'.1JiJ dan Green, (freedman,)Mr.R. R. RVSBWO willgive Cbewing To b a ceo, k
injury i -ur.: : Three hundred and fifty lbs (one bale) of WIL H. HARRISON Kerosene Oil.

i a; .cry large claw abroad, Cotton, to b. delivered on.1st November next, Also-Perfumery, Cosmetic, Comb, LAN D f 1 1r
-ha: : couuiuj. u.ed moving to oar countrytba "if said Green is in custody." Brushes Pens & Ink and
OOt i
-c nn.j wiottr.. Now everybody Tampa\ .April. tfth 1887. tt various other a r ticles.. t'.
r at.oa4.Tttnpa know. that there baa not For Sale.
; Stock
Haying just opened our we are
wen a bu&bet of corn 1')13, here this year -:ANDITAVINO :-
prepared to sell at AS low prices as poodscan
; than two dollars and fifty cents ands A e
hgher ; \ be in the Our Termsare ifte 40 taut t.tlL 'rttT3'.aZ
bought place. n act* LJoc
mall lot of a superior article, under lpeecuUu CASH, or Country Prodnce. Call F of Billtbo routb and. Sties; aa13-u> I

circumstances< Lis sold! 'at even that aNortment of Drugs and idicines\ -i-MAKER and See for Yourselves, at old Stand, the production of Cora, Scctr cu: Jix*. j
Periapt alter! all, il'was only a laptut tin- General eiredv suitable forMan \ my Fruit..ke. Situated ta a h ,.trsias cl ,
of fe Marion Streets
corner Washington with St"tke..
andtki"Mr., 'Latbam the excellentand country, good I
arrived with stock of
vita just a good '"
Fla. Noy. 10i0-tf. I
Tampa, JDiSE CARTES.Tampa
clever Parser of tba first-rate steam llv Leather and all articles necessary for ma '
March 9th 67.
abip Alliance'1 intended to say: 'sack in. kin \fin. BooU and Shoes Teepee tfuliy informs v. .. \
I Head of 'bushel1 bat tbeso little slip of I i the citizens of Tampa and surrounding conn o ;
; woman or child Among which you may find i I try that he is now prepared to fill all orders in C. L. FRIEBELE.
the toad, sometimBido-gieat 'injury and the '-Bloom of'Youth,which has hi. lino with neatness cheapness[ and dispatch. For Sale .

injustice! :, and v. may justly say of this I II Shop-First door West of Friebele's Store. iuat received a Largo and splendid fetoc 1

cue, as the frog in fable, to .the boy* who Robbedmany Tampa.M rth\. 16th. 1967. tf. Has ,

I vero pelting them with 'stones : "Whiht will tl! cheap the S E i,of'S E ;

r tiis! may le eport to you,it u death to "*." a fecatla of lr dark and !I IP1< > aQ( @ J166cIP FALL & WINTERT I i..andE i of N E i andS \V }, \
"the complexion of N K: }. &:c" T,' \ t.of lUnire 20 ;
Aa lo poor; people walking 16 or rendered her skin UauU(ul. Many other ar Tax of three flare on Tolls of Freed :S: A Fast: containing ICO: acr<<&.- .\ ,
k 20 niltts to obtain: supplies faruisbcd; by tides might U mar aoned! such as 1 The belong. to the General Revenue Fund GOO D S I tiC) acres of it (good Hammock. "f t

the Qaiiertr.astr' Department we mast Holmbolts but the additional tax ofone dollar+ a ape; There is a good log house on the land anJ. it
confess we are at the first of it. Possibly Extract of Buchu, cific tax, and it i intende.l'\ior the support of. a good f"Do' around the field.]
called 'Unionist families' freed- Trlcopherous I Common Schools for Freed l\co. It is there Apply to ,
some-so which" he invites the attention othe citl-
menfa families' have been thus Xatharlan fore necessary that yeas should collect this tens of Tampa,and the surrounding Country.He OAKKY .MANSFIELD.'ob. .

4 may supplied
'f iu
tax ceuh. and report the liam of all who / Qlh. ii
flatter himaelf! that he made
I** but not knowing cannot as good a selection -
; we it have The last
Castor Oil pay or paii rtlurn. {or year
and can sell as cheap fur CeIh, M the
We hope however that the information are very defective! and a more paticular rtate. '
given the Sentinel reference to the Quartermaster's Olive on, ment must be made and rent! to the {C\>mptroller. cheap.e" Fo Sal !
This year more care mutt be taken in Hit Stock consists of
Department! true and that Nutmegs ,
I collecting and reporting this tax. :: a 0
-Uncle Sam's smoke..ho.u.." at Tampa U I Vermifuge; list of all who pay. SendXup STAPLE Too S. I] 1 ofSoo. 14 T. :SI It 17 *A E; situ ':
open to the poor people,' for then we are The initructio-u given last year, regarding: it FANCY DRY ('. on the Went Ride of tko ManaU'e River
certainly 'in' tntrttlf. With regard to their I Bull'sSarsaparilla the mode of entering Freedmen in the Asiea' GOODS, OROCElti jut above the land now owned by Campbell

walking '16 or 20 miles,' we may say of Strychnine, ment Beoks" must, of course, be observed this .\ RIES( II AUD WARE, Apply to the under!gnl .

our country folks here, as the -Gir' Jester Seidliiz Powd'n.TetterOintm'nt, year. JOHN BEARD, Comptroller. \ CHOCK EltY. CHINA AND Fi-1., Oth, Ib67.( gnlJOUN.PARL1NO. 43-tt

in hanboe,said of has legi, they 'are too Tallahassee, April S.t'67. 62-It LASS WARE BOOTS & SHOES,
4 -economical) of 'tnein to walk when everyone Hops HATS & CAPS, READY-MADE'CLOTHING For S."iei'i'i

baa a poney and a cart. FIRST PREMIUM PLOWS, .

The truth, of the whole matter of our Tooth Soap; BRO t1S PAINTED PAILS .
STOLEN.From Subscriber offers for sale the S. \V. I
scarcity of provisions, is just this:. Ourplanters &c.JL,_ WOOD'A WIL'OW WARE, THE S. W. qr of S. 4.T _9. K. 16, S. and qr fc .
J lau year notwitbuadding the peculiarly occ.; PLAIN JAPANNED, belonging to the Estate vf Jesse Crawford ,1
unfarorable season, made a sufficiency my residence on the night of STAMPED. & PLAN- deceased. There i i. a good d welling,liouse,
I All of which 15th of 1867, small i
may April a k s
1 8 n\ED TIN- and about fifty and other valuable .
for the then ol oranpe
population the '
country Stallion about
I i.bay Horse ( ,) 9 Jean
fruit the
; bat during the last winter e population hadAt old ; pony built and has a email blaze in hid 1v \ E S, one of tree the on most desirable premises.places It Is on altogether Old Tam. r

hat perhaps more than doubfedt COOKING 'H \
; face.A pa. Terms: caub. Apply to i ;
11 that kindhearted liberal reward will be given for the delivery STOVES SCHOOL ,
: t I The consequence was, our C. S. UEYNOLI)9, Adm'r
divide Drug Store main business F of the horse to me at my residence, BOOKS STATIONERY Clear Water Fla. Feb.,13d,18t7. tL ,'r
people continued! to with these my on the street, ten miles south. of Brooltville, or information t
in the
destitute immigrant until they,themselves city of I in regard to him to that I can get him. k PERFUMERY, .

\ not bare depend upon the Western mAr. I will pay Twenty-five Dollars for any information PAINTS AND Salt Works : '

iJ! I bets! for their supplies ; hence the receut Tampa. that will convict the thief.ADALINE OIL S, &c.,

loss of the schooner Price, freighted with WUITFIELD.BrooVsville iIorticultural and Agricultural Seeds, \
t this 'a F.BRANCH. April 16th 1667. SI OF SUPERIOR: will 'i\
..prorisiots for place vat tad calam.ity Patent Medicenes, and a choice SALT e
;but the damage was partially repair. April, 6th, 1867. 5l.tf. Lot of Furniture, furnished in any quantitiesrequired" ,' I ,

!'" ed by the arrival,* few days after of anoth p In Chancery. are to examine his at the "Rocky Point Salt Works, on Old' ,
Sportsmen requested
delivered in this at
4 'I R .er schooner partially loaded with proris A .FRESH SUPPLY OF In the Circuit Court, Southern Judiria\\ line stock of Rifle and Shot Cans, ,Tampa reasonablo Bay rates., or City I l

: ion. Circuit of Florida, in and for Manatee Powder, Caps, if.

., \ We hope our .friend ,of the. Sentinel County.John Dealers will find it to their advantage to Apply to H. ALBURY, _-I9mt. \ '

'I 4 Flour A Williams 1 to examine my tock, before purchasing elle- Tampa, March 2SJ, 1857. 48tf. \ 'J
art i where, I will sell for Call, at the lowe mar '
\ 'it i* .to prejudice our \'I. > Dill for DivorceMartha ket price. Quick Sales and small Profit The t '

; to excite nesdleac fears in those who hare CoiYe Williams. ) highest market price paid for all kinds of Look Mere

: t friends and relatives! that hare emigrated A BILL HAVING BEEN FILED in my office Country Produce.
. j- in the above entitled Call and : l
cause it being 2T 'ce..J1:
I I., !Visre. We knou that ii will be a pleasurefor I made to appear, by affidavit, that the defen NOT. 10th 29tfAAmmUXralor's Sealed Proposals will be received, by the un- {'
', : them to do so, as the able and gsotls- dantrewJes beyond the limits of the Southern to Saturday, lth- of May next, :'
. '. ; t manly ,senior Editor ha always evinced Salt Judicial Circuit towit in the State of Alabama: i when they will be opened, at the county site
interest and solicitude for the pro** It is hereby! ordered that the defandant do appear Sale, Bartow, at 10 o'clock .\. M., for the buildingof ,
-t great of this of his and plead answer or demur to the complainanu of order the Probate Court & Court House. The dimensions, 4IXSO t
welfare portion an
; perit'y and aid Bill BY'virtue feet, with .r and lower rooms; Roof 5i> '
&e. upp
I : on or before the first Mon I will for sale .
In behalf of County ptfrr '
adopted State for which our day in neust! next or thesame will be taken before feet. Inf.Ttnation a* to the plan of the house
the bidder .
return him our kindest thanks ve confessed, J'roeidedthat of at public outcry to highest can be obtained At the office of the Judge of
ple..e publication this the Court BOla e door, in Brook!viHe, on the
\ In concision we remark that we vertyt JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE order this be made in some newspaper published. i I 1st Monday in April rest two Military Land Probate, or at the\:e..ideDcd JIU11f'B. Crum I ,
that the people of South Fla, are \ in Circuit one a week for three consecu- <1' Warrants-No's 43-212 A JSSSft, belonging to : l'lr. .. l a
t believe tire 'I' ,.
and contented,and are doing -ATSPENCER months. ., the Estate of Iltbccca, MnnJen, deceased, for ly! urlerof, the Couctj- Commissioners of \. '
a* happy II. II. Polk \ .
i' now SIcLEOD. Cl'k Ct. C'tIT the payment ot debts, also distribution. County. J{ l
tr : well and have; as few yexation} at any Manatee County. Term mad known on day of sale.A. JOHN DAVIDSON. 0 L 11
a &MAM'S. L Mitchell SoL for CompTt.. B. MUNDLN.: AdmV. l're,)lent of the Board. e
t : in :ba SouthI April 20th. '67. Birtow, April ISIttit *. .
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:r:.: l: :. THE FLORID PEMNSULARs JrofM3ira) l. Curbs.H. STATE OF FLORIDA. (\G.J $1 !L J_

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1 .::. I'\ DEPA RTME5T.Gorernor In \
t EXECUTIVE No ice f Insolvency. Chancery. :
al. -. -Hon. D. S. Walker ; IK TH= CiBcnr Contr, SOOTHKUC J cnt ,
.: \ laeot Gov.-W.T.. J. Kelly ; ClECCTT FLORIDA \
sr"i A. D. 1867. t CUL Or ,11151) TOR
: AT !LAW.
AOT0BHISY Sec'ty of State-B. F. Allen; ,UILLS>ioao' CO. '
Comptroller Jhn Beard ; State of Florida, )

< TAMPA, FLA.Vill .- Trea.nref-<'-"lt. Austin ; Hernando County, J JWhereas r Ransom R. Mobley, ) r

Attorney General-John Galbraith ; Abraham Hay, Administrator on TS V Bill for Divorce ,

t TAMPA attention to all business Register of Public Lands-Hugh A. Corley Estate of Amos E. Anders late of Mary Mobley ) ,..*

giceprompt his Speaker Ilocse of Rep-J. J. Williams; said county, decM. has this day filed in the A bill having been filed In my office, fa the \

SATURDAY, April .37th, 1bGT.i entrusted to care. Probate Court a written suggestion of the Insolvency above entitled eanaeaad itbeingmade to .

Tampa, Fla A p'I, 23 th, '66. 1yJOHX jcDicut rtTARTxtrr.Hoo. of said Estate. appear, affidavit, that tie defendant reside

j Justice Therefore notice is hereby: given to all persons the limits of the Southern Judicial:
Somebody'll Come To Sight. C. F. DaPont; -Chief ; Circuit r"
A. ErllrUOf. J. F.ENDERSOJi Haruxuor basing claims against the said deceased's of Florida, to.wit : ia the county of

\ ,"'I must bind my hair with the myt tIe bough,.. A.J. M.E. Maxwell Baker, )\ AutlClateJusUeea10lnIEL'f Estate to file the same, duly authenticated, in in the State of Florida. It is herebyordered

And gem it with bud of white i I the office of said Court on or before the 8th that the defendant do appear, ana1\
And & imuiiimauii day of June, 1867, when there will be a pro i plead answer or demur to the complain ants
drive this blush from mjl ,
burning brow lrDlctAL CIRCtlLJudgeJames said before
bill on or the first Moodar ia- May
the several of
For "11 rato payment among
-somebody come to-night. next or the game willb taken u confessed
Gettl said Insolvent Estate.
And while bit eye shall discern a grace ATTORNEYS LAW: Solicitor-H. L Mitchell, && i it ia ordered that the Administrator do Provided, that publication of this order b*

In the braid and the folded flower, TAmP A-FLA. file on or before said day in this Court true made in some newspaper published ia this
circuit week for three months
: one a eoDttenvlively.
He mutt not find in my tell-tale face nauBoaoucn COCXTT. and perfect Inventory of all the effects belong ,"

Th of his wondrous Judge ot Piobate-John Darling. ing to said Estate. 1
spell power."I J. J. GIVENS Crk Ct. Ct. .
Will practice in the Southern and Eastern Clerk Circuit Court-J. J. Given Given under my hand and seal X
Circuits of the State. of the Probate Court>' at Brooks Ftb.2. J 867. 41..3ID.
Sheriff-J. T. Le ky. \
don which callA
meat the robe he fondly D
Tampa, May 26th, 1866.: 6-Cmo. Coroner-II. M. Ken. Title this 8th day of January, A.
cloud of enhancing light 8urt'eyorW. C, Brown. 4 D 1867.
And nt where the mellowing moonlight fills, NOTICE,
Jan. 19th 1867. 6m. <
For-lOmeboJy11 come to-night. A. A. ALLEN. OOVM1.SMO.MRS." > Six months afUr date I will apply to the
of Probate of Hillalx>ro' County, fora
And trhilethe robe and the place shill teem W. B. Henderson R. Booth J. P. Robertson notice of Insolvency L final settlement aud discharge from admin I

Bjat the veriwt freak of chance ATTORNEY AT LAW, W. A Lively, In Probate Co rf-flt Chambers. ., October 2d! iftratioa on the Estate of M. C.Brown, late of _
2d. DistE
JV3TICE6 TOE fun, said dec'd.
Ti sweat to know that this eve will beam -:ASD:- A. D. 186 ":
: A. Clarke, S. B. TODD, Adm'r
With a tenderer,happier glance \ ECuiTAMPA \ State of Florida, ) De
Solicitorji\ bonis nosTampa.
} ,
L Bell, n, Lawful Constable, Hernan do County, f Sep. 29, '66. 6-m. -*
"'1'11''' thus I sang,when'the year were few FLA XOTAKIE* PCBLIC.. Whereas, Mary Anderson Administratrix o f

1 That lay on my girlish; head, J. A. Henderson Uteof Charles Anderson late of ,N
ItT ILL GIVE prompt attention to all burin .
and has this Notice
the State aforesaid
County day
And all the flower that in feneygrew J. F.:' lIenJenoD.DRYGOODS.
entrusted their
to care.
II ere : filed in the Probate Court of said County, a
Were tied with golden threaJ. September 1st 1866. 10 6m. written suggestion of the Insolvency of said F

And ''Iomeboch'eame. and the whitDers. there -- estate, therefore SIX MONTHS from this date, I shall present '

I cannot repeat them quite, I Notice i.hereby given to all persons havingclaims accounts and vouchers to William M.

,. S. G. CRAFT. I against said deeds Estate, to file the Garrison, Jude of Probate for Hernando Co., '
Bat soul in
my .ent.up prayer 1 for final settlement
tame duly authenticated in the office of said on the Estate of R beecMunden a

And "somebody"here to nights I Court,on or before the :tad day of April 184?. dec'd and ask to discharged from t lit
ATTORNEY i AT Lit,Yo I when there will be a Proratapayment among the further administration of said Estate.-

Unih no more at the whispered vow, Groceries :. the several creditors of the said Insolvent Eate. 'ALLEN ilUNDEX, Adm'r. '

2r sigh in the soft moonlight; Tampa F\ \. a .' Feb. 9th, 1867. 42-6m.
Give under my hand aud Seal of
My robe has a tint of amber now, Having encased now fully in the practiceof HAKDWAUE, [L S,] the Probate' Court at Broolitville, Notice.

.And I ait by the anthracite. Law. I will l attend to any business entrusted this 2nd dsr of October 1867.

And the lock that vied with the glossy, wren to my care in the Southern Judicial Cir CROCKERY.W.\RE, W. M. GARRISON': is months after date the undtrsigned; Ad. 7 -
Judge of.I Probate:: miniotrators *f the E tstof Jf' ejh- W.
Hare pawed to the silver gray, cuiLOffice Brown decta.oed.ill preset their final: accounts .
,But the Ion decked them with flo w'rs then : In the X. E. Room in rear >of the BOOTS AND SHOES Oct., 22,1866. 2G4mProbatf and voucher the Jnd e of Probat

Tampa hook and Drug More." f }lillst.urouthCuontr. Florida, and ask to'I
,It a hotier10\"e today.A I
Tampa 1S6C.. I'
Fe'y tf.
Ready Made Clothing &c. o Be discharged as such Administrators actording
----- --- Ot C 'of 1I1lj nVGm 7 to law. '

Florida "Harry-Dick." WL'cb I will sell low for Cah.JOUN la F. BR.' CIJ. .
E. M. TJIOMISON Co"at Clovilxri, Jai ery.8t4 BROWAUmn .
\Ve hare often heard this A.D. 1867.

used by oJd berdsmec but until expression Tampa Nov., 17. 30 t State of Florida, ) JAnuary 12th, 1867. S8-6m.
; we came \ttorncn (ftranstllor at &aID Hernando
County, J r
cross the proper 'Word,"Uertdic, : in an ex 1 Notice.

ceedingly: interesting letter to the Charleston l T HAVE JUST RECEIVED, per Schr. 'Sa 'I'Whereas tLer..tate Mary F.Jackson Anders, Administratrix oa SIX MONTHS. AFTER THE DATE HERE-

Courier, we did not know its origin. AIDSOLICITORtX :- JL rah Helen," direct from New York and offer bey this day filed in the Probate L 'Ander Court,of dec'd.taldcounty I shall, as .Vlinicutr.trLx, on the Estate

The extract i In which the expression or CHANCERY. for sale at the old stand of KI>SIDT 4Km a written suggestion or'Inolven! of of E. J. Hart, deceased. present my nnv>oni.t
is iNO; for. Ca ll only, a small, well assorted aid Estate. and vouchers to the Jadire ot Prubate, of LI ills .
:un of
vcrj descriptive Tampa and itslurrouoding'
.toek] of borough: County, for a final settlement and a'!cy
!, and we give the Mil paragraph TA7IPA ri.OUlD. Therefore, notice is betel+y r5"+.s to all per"cone t be dinchargei: f from the further atlminiiUa-
JJltr GOODS having claims said .
against deceased's E -
:-Stn.tintl. TTTILL in Marion :\Snuiter IlernaaII ion of the sail estate.
practice STATIONERY CWLERT tateto file the fame duly authenticated in the h
"Bat to return Florida, and especial II '. Hillborough; and }'u:k. office of aid Court on or before the 8th day 3IAROARl'TIIART. Ad.mr-x.

ly) to Tampa Bay. and its buttons. The Feb. Kill. 1S06. 41 em. SCHOOL DOOKS.. of June 1867, when there will be""a pro rato Tampa, Fla., Oct. 6th, '60, :t- n1.

Cow from Hernando L1XXS & TWIXES, FISH the several creditors }r-
Beg Polk! Sumter, payment among of said
Orange, mid Drevard counties
f S. Y. FINLEY>! BA CCO,ADAMANTINE And it is further ordered that the Adminis
draw their
from this S
applies The .
tratrix do file before said day. this ',
s CANDLES PERFUMERY in Court a J. late Florida
Tampa, was dissolved
most noted cattle are on the Kisimmee true and on
ranges perfect of
Inventory all the effects be I
... .. Okickoki the St.Johns ATTOUNE.Y ATBROOKSVILLE L.\' LW MATCHES longing to said E tate. lit day of June insL by mutual content.
I -- ,/Le Ala- d-c.l The.Boob of the firm are in the hands of E
afia, and contiguous to tbe Everglades.Here .- Given under my hand and seal of A. Clarke and all debtors and creditors arrequested
the cattle in immense FLA. d-c. tfIIaa. the Probate Court at Bnwksvill, to forward
rang herJs, .. com for immediate set
of Ihr and which will ... this the 8th day of January, A. tlement.
the quality pleaseGive -
cropping herbage at and
pleasure, subject Will Practice in the Southern and Eastern D. 1867., '
me a call E. A. CLARKS
to DO restraint, save for the moment Judicial Circuits. W*; M. ORARISOK, -
D. HUGH} i.
when they are under brand or marking I June 23rd 'Co. lyr. IICXRY PROSEVS. Judge of Probate. Tampa,June 18th 66 9 tf.
I September, 1st, 66. 19-tf. Jan.l9th, 1667.
I knife, or until that time arrives when they S9-6oi.

: i tyieW themselves: to the butcber, for the F. urrrHEL. P. u MITCHM. Notice of Insolvency. Notice-

c benefit of humanity. The branding, and I* PIOBATI COCKT, JASCAST23th MONTHS after date I will to'the- '
the of the F. F. MITCIIEL&CO.[ I U CABINET SHOP SIX apply
long dy wliip Cow B w, des. 1 A. D., 1867. W. M. Garrison Jndire of Probate in ;'

ignites ownership, and herd them for separation i State of Florida, ) and for Hernando County for a final settlement f Z
division) and a market. For this COTTON FACTORS J Furniture sill be monde to order. Such a Hernando County, JTirilEREAS J and discharge from administration on r

last remove, the Cow Bar packs his pony. Harriet D. Lc \hart, Admirals the estate of Caroline Daviion' late of said county r

with the supply of a Wet k'a provisions: -: AXD :- Burotim, _>l tratrii on the Estate of Wn.D. OTftiltdcc'd dec'd. r
Bcdofcadt has this day filed in the Probate Cour iLLEN B. MUNDEN adm'r. -
takes the wood and ,
prairies as A natural (Commission!: }lcrc ants ot said county a written suggestion of Insolnvecy Brooksville. Feb.9th, 18 7. 42 6m.
borne with Wardrobes.
never quarrels tbe sky as his of sail Estate, tberefore .
roof though it does sometimes let in the Telc-n-tcics. i r
Notice i. hereby given to all having
75 Poydrns St., :New Orleans. Noico- '
Mate I
"r rain upon him ; aul, making: a pillow Qf Armors, claims against said deceased's to file 1

his saddle and waliet, he traverses the wills Souse, the same duly anthentioated in the office of SIX month from date,.I will present my ac ,
aid court on'or before! tbe 25th day of June and Vouchers to the Judge of Probate
in starch of his cattle. Should! he MPOST.ttS
happen Dlvnns of Heroando for 'r
1867, when there will be a pro-rata payment Concty. a settlef
upon an unmarled calf-n "Ilcm/i : 'Ac. among the several creditors of said laaolwntE meat of the Estate of Aaron'' Smith late os''

( paaiiA'A retie.) be sets on his dogs, 1 G'Ur1: \ nJ \UAJ Also ta.e.And. said County, deceased. And at the lame tircak >' ,
D rflrti'uJaraUtntion-Jh'en to repairing it it ordered that the to be dlsaharged from further administration e F' >
grapples thefcalf, tics it to n tree, marks old Fui iture. variii-Line. Administratrix ,..
: cleaning A\to\
**tbu ; Jo file 'before midday, in this Court a true of,said Etat -
brands an fixcsoocn'tr dp it.- strict attention to the 'Undertaking.: ';" .
upon "L'p \
JleloeI18llt.T and perfect Inventory of all the effects belong CALVIN H. SMITH. Admr. ,
Many Floridiansowri 20,000 head cf cat. lioNtenni"at: the tli ortr.tnnliee, neatest man ing to aid Etate. !Brooksville Jan. fith, 1667. 6m \

tie, and, at this moment, are probably tier and cheapest rntes for the. .tuhn tunes' Gucn under my hand and real "e
Roums Juor
-one South .f Jackson'Store
the richest in all Florida i s <=5v of the Probate Court
among very men .\, FLA. upstairs-entraneeat the pate. at ,
During the war, a single: Co&feJerate cffi [ ) yule, this 23th day day of Jan., 1)
,1. Notice.
cer, who bad charge: ot the cMllc supply I 'HJLI. attend. promptly to nil! business. en- Tampa, March: 23-X l7; 4i tf*. fCiA.. D., 1867.Ww. :
that r.olesVtho l j I 1 to hi* care. M. GARRISON
department rn Stagy e, sent .
: :' Consigrinrnb! -pcctfullr foli itf'J..JSJ. --- Judge of Probate All persons hacin claims against the Estate 'i
bead uf betves
82,000 to the army. I am AIUJlt 'M IS': .tf. Bwolgville! Feb., 9th. gIn m of William ll.anlfield.lat of the County .
+ told that there are now, {perLaj"+, no J leg s I IlEGUL.I GULI P.tCKET. of Polk, Slat of Florida, deceased are notified 4 t ;1

than one million of bend, now remaining ... to present them duly authenticated to ..
TIIK SrT hv.\:\ \ IINJE .<(
I in this prolific region. Tin- cattle\ are tram.. Htrnando Circuit Court Southern the undersigned within the time prescribed by I It- ,.
.\ ] THE A NO. 1 STEAMMIIPALLIANCE. Judicial Circuit law or this will be plead in bar .of their recovery <
i ported to Savannah, to CLsr.Wou: Cuba W : I81lliJt .JLIID 0 of Florida. and those indebted will forward t :
com .t-
the Bermuda & '. Anderson .
Mayo, and
.. make
II! ., +, "From cattle, the transition is easy. to JJ.).iu4.\'j TJ'\'T, Jitii** *'Wce( -1::T.r,y ok.f.; vW.i /t- vsColornbu payment It. "

I tluep raising-n part of the grazing business t,. K. Alexander, } Petition to Foreclose W. W. SHEPPARD, Adm'r.Bartow.Feb. fl f, N
Martha[ Phelps, Mortgage. !. 2d 18 7. 4l-8w.
which is now said to attract a greatdeal Abbot.
:;; of attention in art and fviuth Florida X E] W S P A T E15.rUllLISHED Mary

Dvf'ndanU, Columbus R.
: --!., ; and several exprrimtntal flocks, which AT SAVANNAH, O.EO.Largest The Phelps, Mary Abbot and Alexander.all persons Notice

: were introduced within the List: eighteen interested, will take notice of the filing '
Circulation in the Citok. County.ornnAL GEORGE STAPLES Captain. of th'e Petition in the above
months, are reported to be succeeding fine etateu case, for

1 ly. The sheep require protection cribed lanos-to-*'it : Leelate of Manatee deceased
t nod will thrive doubt in Florida 11 liitinth. and Key \V.-.t on the 2nd county
they no oeach I
; Medium. The South West } of the Iforth West J. of are required to make immediate payment an.lall
but you mast have the thepherd and the Advertising way at month the on return cf "t' trip h'oh.; loucliirg caw h section 1. The South East i of the North Eau persons having demands against said Estate '
( : ,
The and the TIIOISI ports Apalarhic"0. J and the N. J of the South are required to present their claims t
wolf-doy. wolf even hog, t.3lnikP, C dtr Krv*, Tampa cud DrvTortugas. East }. of sec duly authenticated -
liar a Uste for mutton jut as appreciate ) $10 tion 2, Township 21, South Range 18 East sit within two years or they will w 1 ,
.as! I lt . . . . per year j I uated in the of forever bared. tj I '

a the alderman. It i i" q'J iliou with me I TiiVrcUy: . . . .f r.. j PERKINS ,t t IIERSEY, Florida and county that arplicatiou Hernando will and be made State at of KEZIA LEE, AJm'r'z r

however, whether, iu a clmtate to mild soMrnitropical Weekly: . . .. . .*3, A. DEN-\.nt:: HAM.Ae.jntM.New I. Orleans, the Spring Term of said court 1867, for judge- Manatee Feb. SlsL. 1 a 67.J ,! ,t' ,

Ii, t ; us Florida, they will yield to Marks. meet of Forecfosusure of said Mortcazr.S ,. i+. .
I ; .Jlteee to any profitable extent. Nature i icOnor V> G. FERRIS.: Y. FI\LEY. '"

I i ic"l of her resourt.s! even when Editor! k PropiUtor. Agent, Taaipa.P I Sol. for corn pl't. J Fair Notice rt
d cei tify that the above is a true of : ,
liberal copy
most in her endowment, nud will en tr. are reqnoted to procure their notice this dar filed in office. ;' .s

i f :, hardly bestow a woolen coat, where on cote HERBUiVVEGSBttOD.] \\ tickets;; j-r; !viouto Irving on board. Witness my my hand and the seal of j .

ton will answer every purpose. As.food, I February 2-1 I&G'j. 4Mt my office this 10th day of Nov., I hereby caution all persons from 4

"i :: however, meat for niaikrt, the shed p will l 18 6J. Battle driving.ii the buving.i (>rlhirpin I

j f ;. iio doubt\ troteLA fat and prolific in Flori'da .iilfe I SADDLER : rCR TFAR IVe VTJ.. Barnet clerk, Upper nod following mark and brand: .
1 'TOO want Agents By M. C. Peterson Dept under bit in one ear and split ia }
: ,i as any other cattle, if protected from ', J 'UV/ everywhere to sell! our Improved Nov. the oUier-Branded D, and figure 5 inside, be i t
r lt j .; catamount, wolf and panther." I Ha rnesM a t e r, Upholserk (. ; ?2') "ewinir JlachineP.} Tlire new iiuds. TJn- 30 m' longing to roc. '

: ,", -- ... Will attend many business in this line with jt-r and upper f oL S"n ton I trial. The onlv I No Crop and upper slope; ?n one ear, bole MJ .t" '

f I .. I ntaln't'U and J'fl'ittch.] I am tow jrepaieJ macliinr* nM in the rr.itedHttr: f.rl. than I ice. split in the other-Branded. M. P. r ,
Von may insert a thou and excellentthings to Cx 'J/M.trl'PSr% as tht-ap "r cheaper 4""....hieh are ( \!I1t>crn.;l ty Ifvtcf, lieeler\ I I Ta hereby given to all those indebted\ to th" Also -toptwo splits h each eu-Brand.t

II s": r in newspaper, and never hear a than it *an Lid. .l.r. el".where. I can to f>uad I & n'ihan, Grrttr and Laltr. inyert C\t. i J. Eatate of W. J. Spencer, dVced. that unless )f. }J.. the property o* Post SL .n.

i si ':, word of approbation from the readers bat t: at a'l' time at ray!shop on tic orpo-Ite silt of, i! aud Lftbeldrr. All o'.lu'rchra1|> rnaoliine are they come forward at once aud settle up their Any jvr!')n found distnrbinc the above mar r
I. I let in i the street and a lhtl East ef Mr. J. Frrri I I i'ri"l'. an 1 the Frlfcror n.er ae HaUe i accounts hall be placed in the hands of the ked and branded cattle! will be prosecute- a.
just a paragraph slip ( accident
by ) i ; Id it1)Jri-oflmf'Jtt. : officers tor
i i to.rl't. t. "t ( Adds proper collection.
More. ori law
cording to ,
i I t t1 of one or two lines not suited to their taste I| : I.WJlS..mon: i call ul|H u": >hsw i Clark: Bid: JeforJ,' Maine 1 1>;m. S. SPENCER, Adm',.

i < and yon will Le sure to hear of it. I x::.jSrVr.66:! :!..m i I C.1! 3f", 111. Oct. G. 25tf. DANIEL SIIASA1IAX.Key e
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