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: May 11, 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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_Professional f '((rbs. TUB FLORID .PE111SOUft I LAWS 1 to clear out the obstructions in the shall be paid by the CManty of Dude.Pawed' .. ,'

Withlaco>chee river from the mouth of tile Senate November 24. 1866,- I

H. L MITCHELL. I'lBUMltD !ZVUT SATVBOAY BT' OF THE said river to the PjnuwlU, Lake ; Prn'i- Passed the IIoue of Representatives December -. : t
8, 1868. Approved by the Governor December
and hu i
T. K. SPENCER. ded. That the said B. 0. Orenad
8, 1866.'
Ar O mJm'f A5P !LAW.1 __. 1 STATE OF FLORIDA associates shall make such clearing out 1

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION' : stud improvements at their owu proper-,
CUAPTIR.1IMS.--So.63.[ ]
One copy one .. $3.00 :,p"nAt and cost. : .
'i. One six months.' .l.DOo 2nd Session of the'14th' General Sac 2. Be funher enacted, That titter An Act autbori og ertai,'persons thereia "
'.Will give prompt attention to all business AsseraDly-1866.: the slti idH. 0, Orenad and bill M+oct iates i- named to clear out Peas' Creek; and"' -tI
for other purpose, !t
eaiw.tel ,ehi, .
earn RATES OF ADVERTISING. sh:til have cleared out ,and iaoprov.J lot
'Taw < Fla Apl. 28th. '66. menuoued SICTIOS.. Bt it enacted by the Senate
1-f tb
| saM! river between places
One s.u'tre ((12 brevier'Hn) or lea for '
first insertion, |1 60 Published by Authority.a Iin I the tint siction of ibis' act, they shall and louse of f
Jcwi; A. JhH.-UO". J. F. IlEXDEtMOK Florida in General..i."nUy'cOllrn rl,
Fur 76 all vessels ,
--- t'ach sub*eqvent insertion --- -- entitled' to charge toll on or
state and Legal Notice* will be charged at ,, boats said stream to aD'amouDt That Jacob burninerlin of Polk county :
IIlWmHENDERSON!; the following rate:. 0' CHAPTER 1.58i.-No.46,] navigating one-tenth of one percent, of and his associates,-be,and .are hereby authorised i. 1 "
j not exceeding :
Application or'Letter of Administra- An Act to am.ndn act,ntilled an act for providing to clear out obstructions in Pea '
Hon, |600 for tile incorporation of the Mexican tbe value of the cargo thereof, and upon all i t
know Fort
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Notice to Debtor and Creditors 8 00 Gulf Steamthp and Indian Tiad- timber or rafts that way be floated down on Creek, begining at a place as .
i i Application for Diiniion, 1200 log. and Navigation Companies inFlorida said stream to the amonnfof: Dot mow Ogden, in'Manatee county, and UrmSca ,

TAMP A-FLA. Arnour.cetnent Candidates000 approved 16th Janu than fifty cents per thousand feet ; Prrw- ting at a place known at, Brooke Ford, I
Adsertiemeat.handeJinforpublieatioq not ary 1831. in Polk with tbe privilege of continuing ;
and of ,county,
ded That the right cbarg.
specifying the ember of inter iou, to !I.emblithed privilege ; .
Will Suction. Be itenocted by the Senate as far ILl Hendry's Pndgu, near I
: prafU iu the tuuth'ern: and Eastern 1' until forbid, and charged according ing toll as aforesaid shall! be and the same
**Ut% of the Mate. U. and Home of Rtprtttntativn of the State is bt reb | imited to tbe period of ten years Fort Meade. ,

I t'a.1flp11, 2'K; \ 2..tli. I860. 5-stun.t < of. Florida in general Assembly convened, from the) of this act ; Provided 8zc. :!. Be it further enacted, That '
_. passage
r :-- 1 bat the title of the act entitled an act after the said Jacob Surocrlin and his usociaes t
l' jtasinfss s. i iC no or charge :
A. A ALLEN. =--::-= providing for the incorporation of the Mexican any vessel!, boat,'water craft or raft of limber shall have cleared oat said stream

UU\'o.lI..u..I'.iul..r. Marbler. .nl DUjo (- Gulf Steamship and Indian Tracing or lumber of any description, for passing between the places mentioned in tbe first C i l P

ATTORNEY AT LAW, |Icy'l'aiut..r. will attend to all busbies i in and Navigation Companies in Florida approved up or down that portion of said river section of this act, they shall be entitled to

1 .... -.U: b line. ifteentli{ l of January, 1859, be so lying and being between the mouth of said coilevt toll or charge on all steamboats, f
f Boici Tampa. Fla.. )lay 41b. 1867. 4.t( aim'Jed! ato read, an act providing' for ,j,,,' and CAmp Itard. boxes, barges, or c..tber"ater crafts excepting "

\0 \ Equity, thy incorporation of the United States nod Sec. 3, Be further enacted, Tbat the \boat less than one too bartbfD, JAm 4

'AMP A, FlA C11AKLESCHACE.. .Mexican Gulf S'eamship, Express and Indian said B. O. Grenad and bit associate shall ly, teren' per centum on the grots'receipt* :

to '\i' Trading and Navigation Companies be required to keep said river in H navigable of freight and passage money, and ,oo all 1

WTILLGIVE 11 entrusted prompt to their attention car* all buiin- q in r lurid*. orrior for boats rafts, &0., and ou failing rafts or other float, not carrying freigbt r
SKC. 2. Bf it further enacted, Ibat' the or 'pal a toll or'charge of three per
September Ut, 1S66. 10 6m. Monticello, Fia.i* now on so to do, shall forfeit all tbe rights and ff1g.rs
0' word "and other Gulf of the St"t" the 'vitlue'of tbe said( raft
avuitio Tampa, where he ports privileges conferred by this ,act. on gross 1
'SI C. CRAF'TIATTOnKEY.AT will .|wiid a few week for .' be inserted after the word "Pensacola" in rauedthe SenateNovemb.r "9, 1166. Parsed or float, at Fort Ogden or any other'poi nt '" I I

the puriMise <>f. and U now the eight: line of the first Motion of said the house ot Representatives Dee. 8,1 .66. where said raft or Boat may be permanent ". .

prepmedto' take picture in act.. Approved by the Governor December 11, ly lauded : Provided, however that, when .. i
LAW. the Will latest invert and cheap.y.I'hotograsphi mvttimproted. style. <' f the day. Sec. 3. Be further enacted That said 1866. steamboats,'boxes, barges, rafts, floats or :

T.amraF1 Company shall be*autborized to express -- other water crafts, have passed! either .
; '
goods and passengers and article ..of commerce CiurriR 1,8 89.-[N'o. 54.] op or down,any part'of iald stream, between

Having eng.eed now fully in the practiceof AanbrotypeanFerrotypes of any kind to and from any of tbe An Act to alter and define the Southern Boundary the places mentioned In the first :
Law. I will attend to any buciiiew entrusted ports or place mentioned in this act, andto of Sumter County section of this act, after tbe obstructions* t
In LocVrt ttc.
enoei, .
to my
cuitOffiac ; .In the N. K. Room, of the would do well to call loon" be expects to tall with other property, real or personal', and JliHtte of Repre tentative* of the State Summerlin and hi:* associates;said 'steam- ) t

Tumpa B.iok and Droe :More." n rear stay but a short while in Tampa He will al. HI iior shaD be proper ur useful in the hid of Florida in General "tmhlyco""t, boat box barge, raft, oroibvr water craft,

Tanim.T| b'jr Yard Ib66. it. Court ways,be House.WM.found. at hi. Galley up stairs in the bum'ties That from and after tbe passage of ibis shajlbe l charged t"o.anJ. half per centum, 'ii 1 1if

... $xe. 4. Be hfuriher enacted That the act, all that tract or parcel of land lying i under thirty miles ; if over thirty miles, .,

T. FINLEY sail] Company abatl btJ authorized to issue north of the line dividing Tuwnsbipa twin they rball be charged in proportion to the J ;

H. HARRISON, policies of insurance and to receive premium tj-five and iwenty-sii, and en lof lie man- distance said vessel, raft or float shall have .{

for Fire, Marine and Life Insurance. do county, and west of Orange ooonly, be, passed. 'if .
ATTOKNEY ATfe IhV BOOt SEC. 3. Be further ,enacted That the and tbs same is hereby annexed to Sumter S&c..3. Be it further enacted, That tb) .

FLA. hid Company. shall be organized when ten county, and that hereafter the Township said' Jacob Summerlin and his associate "_ '

... BROOKSVILLE -:ANDTTAVIXO :- liiou! and dollars of bona fide subscriptionsto Hoe above stated shall be the southern shall bt require, by'tbe provision of thin! ,

\Till '.. ttie. in the Southern aud Eutern the capital stock of said Company shallbe boundary ol Sarator conuty. act,'to"'commence the removal of the obi I

Judicial Clre .its. subscribed and notice. thereof/ given in Passed the Senate NO'fember'S4. 1866.- Btructions in Peas"'Creek"'by the first, day ; '

Jane 23rd.'6t. ly7ICD1CAL SIIOE MAhER writing toiLe Secretary of State, and that Pitted the House of Representative, December of September D,' one tbouund eight{

NOTICE. : the cnpila* stock of said Company may he 11, 186C.' Approved by tho (Governor hundred and sixty sevtD.or" before, ltd td .: (

e 0 ju.t nrrircd with a good stock of increased.! in the manner }provided for iDILill December 13, 1606.CHAPTER complete Lb. tame, ,between the place \

11 Lather and all article nree.ar1' for ma- act without limit. : mentioned.in tie fir"L' Oli of, this act (
e 'I DR. JOHN P. CRICHTON ling fine Uuot.nnd :h'.'II. re pj ifully lufornu SEC.; 6. Bt further enacted, That the 1.6SU.-So..58.] ; by the fist diay'of! SfpYember.'A. 1>. one' 1k\ t .
0 His l'nOFf'WSAL SCRVICLS the citiins of Tampn and turronrJi'ig comtry aid original act, as herein amended he tbonand' hundred and
I OFFERS An Act to authorize the Board of.County I eight: ierentyooe. ;;
eitteni of Tampa.Ofllee that he i il now prepared tu fill all order in
engroiuei and entered amongst the iaws of Cominirioiiers ,vf Uillsburuugb County i SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, 'That \ :'t
I I at hi*r" deuee. his line with eatuew chcatine< April 20th 1W7. 52tm.Cards. Shop-Fir.t door w..t of Friewl' :''tore. this General Assembly, and that the chartered to levy an additional lax for the pay tbe laid Jacob Suromerlin and bit asaocU $* I

Ta'npsMarcb Hth. I IbS"+ tf. rights Mnd privileges lr>f said Company ment oflht debt of aid County. aces shall have a lies upon all ateamJ>oata; t
pusinrs5 ( .- -- .- tland herein fur. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate ..
ns provid 0 boxes, barges, or other watercraft, raft or \ 'it

=- CIIAS G. HASSELEFJBoot Paed the Senate December 3, 1866. Pat td and Mouse of Representatives of the State floats, their lackcl, apparel and cargo' for i
the noose of December of Florida in General .!Atsembly convened .
r. r. MITCM.L. P. X. H1TCCBL. Ileprcnentativc 12 tut* payment of said toll or charge, and
1666. Approved, by the Goveruorbcc. 13, IbfttS.CUAITER That the Board of County Commimioner may enforce( the collection thereof by at

P.P. IITCiIEb&C0. : -- I lof Ilil'sborough' be, and they are hereby tMchmeiit and without bond, before any t

4 82.-No.. 47.] I jautliorizrd W levy and collect! M lax of nol Court of competent jurisdiction i u'dmay '
{ It COTTON FACTORSAKD '-.1N(L- An Act to amend an act to provide 'or( the incorporation more thou twenty five per c-entum (per noniira bring suit"in rtru"for the recovery of sai";'

of Towns and Cities in tliii on the Stale lax uf said county, for the toll or charge, and in said attachment' i i' .

-: :- SHOEMAKER1Iaving Male, approved January IGlh. 1866. 1 purpose( of pajiug the debts of said county ball not be necessary to set forth tb., '' t 'f

SECTION:; 1 Be it enacted by the Senate name or names of the owner or owners, bu s a .".f

'" 'Commission JHrrcbattj: and home Reprentativei of the State of Sec. 2. Bt it further enactrJ, Thai this the same nifty to brought+instthenwn' ., \$

I removed from Mr. Harrison'a e,tab- Florida in General Aitemlly con rend, act shall continue III furcr until the debtsof in of raid ':.' '
er or'peracn: charge steamboa ', !
7S Pojdra St.'cw Orl.t'an. f'nt to Iris old stand the "Krause fil'
That the Mayor or Intend nl of Town said! county are all |iMiluid no 'longer. boxes other crAft '
water '
> U .e : "offers hill services to the public. or c.'ug'rllt ,
M-. POST W..rk will be uef'uu.ith a. nu< h neatness, and Citier, organized or incoij' orated un> Passed the Houi of Representatives !He. or float. J"ASEC.
eh< where. Attention the Governor the I6ih by the Cutcriior Dec. !(>, 1S66.
to reptiring. January and
given 1866
: oJ owner, master, .dnk, or other i+
",t"I1" L I''F* a o dl. .d Tampa April| 27th, 1867. 1 tf entitled an act to provide for the iocorpo. of said steamboat any personin ..,
Cnarrva 1. 92.-[No. 57 ] }
ration of Towns and Cities in this Slate
REML1R\ GULF PACKET *!"all have full power to coll! iet fines by An Act changing and defining thu Boundary or other if water craftaft or float aforesxit\ I I ..
;: .1iei'chant of Iad Conuty. required by mite said Jacob Sum. h
4 sale (property or by actual imprisonment.or merlin and his
associates their
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SECTION 1. Bf it enacted the agent, to #
both until all fines and by
THE A NO. 1 STEAMSHIP: costs are paid, make J
return under oath of
TAMPA FLA.TILI. and Mouse the amount of
uf Refretcniatii'es of State t
Patted the HMIO of
Representative December
his their,
attend promptly to.all business enTriM 8. IS66. Fused the Senate December 10, of Florida General Assembly convened, or gross receipt fur freight orpassage
'i ,.' .-d't.* hi* car*. 1866. Approved by the Governor December Thai the district of country included within or the value of the raft or float, so .

:3T"On'iiinmenU re.peetfnllyolieitet-.1' IS, 1866 the following boundaries shall hereafter a* to enable the parties to collect the toll t

% -.1:01.' :23. *e6. 18-tL constitute the County; of Dade, to-wit: allowed by the, provisions of this act and : t

> __ '0'- ALtlANCE.GEORGE CiuPTa l,5 83.-No. 48.] Commencing at the. mouth of Broad Creek for !failure so to do judgment shall be entered

C VBINET SHOP An Act to amend an act entitled an act to (fa stream separating Cayo- Largo from Old i and given for the amount sued for. :

\ STAPLES, Captain. provide for the Incorporation of Towns Rhodes Key) thence in a direct line to Sic. 0. Be it.further enacted, 1'bat the : iyI

: >p; v \\HbUEALL KISD- OF Will leavK w Orleans on the 17ihof each and Cities in this state, approved Mud Point, thence along tbe main 'land said Jacob Sum merlin and his associates
Jl.,. wilt be niad to onler. such a and W"'ton the 2nd of to
: nit Key January 18, 1866. Whites Bluff, thence in shall. be required to keep said stream of I
each month'on return trip; touching each SECTIOH 1. Be it enacted by the Senate straight line to Peat Creek free I
)Jurt'u", war at tbe port of Pensaiola, Apalachicola, and house the State the point where the Range line strike the obstructions during
Dt'd..d., t>L llaik*, C".edar Key, Tampa and Dry Tortu- of Repretcntativet main land between Ranges thirty-six and the period this act shall bt in force, And if I *l
f of Florida in General Assembly convened, tbe said Summerlio and
'''nrdrob. *** thirty-seven thence along the his associates fail
That all after the clause in the western I \
PERKIK3 A IIEPvSEY enacting so to do shall
Telt'-a-I.es. margin of tbe Everglades, ud Lake Okee- charge or collect toll" ,
Agents New Orleans, Sib> section of act entitled
act to
an an
within five'mile of such
Armors, A. DEMI AM. cbobee to thu Township line between Townships obstructions, and
provide lor the of Cities and
Sufa Agent St. Marks.W. incorporation thirty'seven and thirty eigbt, thence that the said Jacob Summerlin and his as. i :
fDivans Towns in this State
I y G. KERRHApent approved January, EMI along said Township line to the At sociaUs shall be required to remove such '
: 1866 is struck and( the following
hereby out
f TampLr..ngt' laotic Ocean, obstri coons within two weeks after notice
t Ac.Al ,* are requested to procure their i ill ubstituled in lien thereof, vis : That iheqce along the Coast including
the waters of the Atlantic being given to said Surcmerlin and his associates > I .
Ocean :
11O ptrti+alsrsttenGun.gars. to repairingof tickets previuncto going on board. all the powers and privileges conferred in and the Gulf Stream within that saeb obstruction exiU. }
41-It tbe
cleaning vami'binK. Ac. Alan February '2d. 1867. this jurisdiction -
Furniture exercised
act may by any city, of the State I SEC. 7. Be further enacted That it.
: I of Florida .
attention to the rUiinf.Up( i to the plaoe
. i strict
i town or village already with '
boUtenne."at the .h l'IHlllt1 U i i in the limits of this Slate. i
I u.r and cheprt rmt*.. for the timer I SEC. 2. Bet further of jiU'-iog any ob trudion in said f
door South of John Jackon's. Pined the Senate November Pu. enacted That so ,
Ro..nI-ne 28.1866. stream of Pens Creek, af ter the of
1'! "traneeat the pate. ed the House of much of the former County of Dade passage : ,
i Store. .p4tau.- SADDLER Representative, December as in this act, between the places mentioned in
J J. a llAYUOOn,, __ : 12. 1866. Approved the Governor December not included within these boundaries is attached 4 t
; Tampa. arch 23 J. 1807. i< ttITTE Ha me i i-lVa ter. Upholster d c. IS, 1866. to and made a pan of the the first Motion this actsuch, peison or I
i Counts shall be fined not |less than
i '- Will attend to any buninew in this line with I I of Monroe, aid the County CJIeik of Monroe person fifty I
; V I CBAPTKR 1,585.-[No. 50.] is dollar*, nor more then und tbuu.and at the.
; 73oi neatness Bad Jupatch I am now pre-1!' County hereby "'JlIuriz.; d to '
I I I pared. to fix 3!.ttre.fes as cheap or cheaperI { An Act to authorize the Clearing out of the scribe so much of the Records of tmn- discretion of the' j jury. r I. I t t..
i t IN STORE F.W than it I l loe found Monroe SKC. 8. Be it'j"rtht tMcttd
HAVE I I Can b",done eWwhere. cat iI j ji WuhUcuochee River. Coanijr, That
"|Y **M.id of OrUan*" buir*', ofa .i I at all: time at my *h"p, on the opposite tide of ; SECTION 1. Bt it enacted the StR. ; pertain to tbe'County of Dale' this act hiill remain in full force and virtue, t
Mr. ; ly and such records 10' transcribed r
than ever before the treet, and little East of J. Ferns shall be. fifteen from and after the.
better aiity house : for years pas '
q and ag .
Store. ate of Representatives of the i-ome a pan of the record ot said "
offered in this ro II and see for I m'RRUAYV'EI5.: ROD State of Florida i* General Auembly County and us such shall bo of this act. ''.

I t t .your-elre-. SPENCER & MANN. Tamp Spt-25V4 5J 4m I convened, That B. O.: Hrenad and his as-\courts of law and equity: and received the in all SEC. 9<,< Be further snarled That ij's
I C>_ UptOI lie cveiil that any d.image ball accri-
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FtttBA IHHLUL an address written by Wyatt Lewis, a colored are pleasan.to ourselves and to our families deu.ral, Ord, of the Fourth Military We cannot possibly imagine why so
nun .of I raoM,Virginia,fcndkom- in ord that we may indulge, without District": *(embracing Mississippi and Ar m&Dlol our citizens delay in registeringwhen
Brad it to the: serious reflection of ocr the paD Dishonor and ingratitude l ksnsas), is doing the country good service it is so clear toeveijr reflecting mind '

J 1 colored fellow eUitftos, of South.1. 'lorida.--. in the ,new nd unnatural' hatred, whichviolent by .discountenancing' all political zciu that i it is a duty which every man should f

And M inch a small number ''of thsl7elas% mea !nsi,t upon kindling in' the meat in tb! work of reconstruction, and perform. The fact. once established that it I ris

: it nnfbmmately unable toread and thereby bieastof the, lored people: affording no facilities to those who are seek & duty, an obligation resting upon everyone :

to' inform! themselves properly upon the. The fiC potty of tins course i is as palpable ing to inflame' and array ono the'freedmtn class against in we bUG only to consider the excuse I

great issues now before them will not our as its irnnopfiety. another. His advice to for delay The fear. of being refused, and !

.. TAMPA. white fellow citizens take sufficient inter- We want Oanv things of the new Stale a paragraph of his General Orders of the i dislike of the trouble, is perhaps the more \

Mt in the great subject in which they too, government ,We want t e'De,,! Constitution' 15th iost. (which we copy below) is musttimely common cause of hesitation. But should

J.!..BA.'Y.' War 18th, 11S6T.s are equally, inter.-sted, to read.this 'aJdrassand to:'prolde F fOrl, ,the edocation of 'alf!. and judicious. ; and his regulationsto either of these considerations have a mo :. I ,

.>.*. .*v.=... ,. ,similar pioduction to them, that !they 'I children, whit and colored, out of the prevent the freedmen fromcongregating ment's weight when but beside the moral { +'

I pWi ]If. GAUISOX: E q., i ia our Agent at mny become properly enlightened ,.sad oe public taxes. We want'this Constitutionto in the cities and voting and registering support which the party would derive from t c

JHOOb.i, Fuv, sad ia anlhorired to receive enabled to' 'appreciate fully, the statues level and of iterate all <'distir.ctiors<}\ of there are equally appropriate. Ooly those promptness, in registering" t We imagine t tno

money receipt.foranbscripticnu.and for the same.XliUl advertising and which they now occupy in the .:affairs of color before tie law. Our great aim t.bo desire' uH them' for the wish advanceiDeut one will deny the force of this question. f I
selfUh ends
our government I3y thus acting tfinely should l If, not tc rreate. ..enemies l but to of their owo lo see Every'man who feelA an interest io. his
the cit
BiuUk, (Uif ih ,neglect) appears and judiciously many' may be' prevented nuke sure and *fe our rights and libertie's. them ceglevt their workrepair to-societies I State knows very well that bi eoulJ not t

_a tt..* first page .f to day's 1wu.. laitead from being led into the Qlt>'ht'l'uf self.interested : .t .- ; iC'll. and \btlre become involved in : better promote her interests than by mak- i
t who. .. .. discouionit or excitements tbat will cause
_ and designing denugouges. --- -- iDS himself a voter. We should be r
May 18th it is May llti. This issue >ro. V contracts and prrpar-
violate their
JD.tu.l of L purpose to use them alone fur 'their 'own Tour* ihv !South. tbem to neglect eel for the! coming election, which will t., \

aggrandizement It is evident from Under this! heating, we find a local paragraph the work which the country needs to perhaps, the rncwt important one era held

: Ww Afirertiiementi. thi remarks of Wyatt Lewis that there are in a l late btmber of the A'l ntown cave all classes from starvation or want.- in Louisiana. The issue is one that may '1'

New Ooode-Orant & Craft. men at work in oar country, trying to stir (1'a.) Democrat* 'vhicb we are glad to re- The following is the paragraph to which lasting effect upon tbiA people : the ', .

_Bp the feelings and prejudices of our col. publish. One of be tourists, Mr. Line. we refer : retail mutt depend mainly upon them ; Y I

.N.w OooJs-A. A. Allen ored populati n against the Southern whites has our ,thanks for tending a, citizen? of HI.,The most important duty devolvingupon selves. Thus far only about ten thousand .,

i ., Bill of DivofM-. J. Givens. and which, unless counteracted must prove this place; a paper thich' we bad not. seen freedmen in their new condition is voters have) been rt'gistert-J-eigbt thousand -

Application to sell. land.-4! Darling. productive of evil and only' evil, and that before! -a fearless Conservative journal that providing by their own labor for the in round numbers black, and two

continually, to both classes. It is evident which "cries aloud and spares not" the support of themselves and families. They thousand whites. We are ownr that I

The schooner, JTalAmiu has ,arrived toeveryone ot any observation at all, workers of iniquity n biSh places.' ,We DOW base a common interest in the general I many whites have been unjustly refused ", i I

And'is sow discharging; a large cargo of that oar colored population are exceeding find an able editorial in the same paper prosperity. This prosperity doe not but making a J liberal estimate (for thU d!...v.. l'
., and in the from wbich depend so much bow men vote, as upon ,
provisions, dry goodsiko, at our .whar > ly'emotional impulsive very we extract a pragraph-be. there still remains a too great diwrpnry '_' ,
Oar friends Inwithokt structure of their natures,' aDd by a_ long low which, will )b. found the. local item how well each member of society laborsud betweea: the two meet. IIerriof" thu I
counUy mlY'lIOW' come course of slavery these natural traits have refered to : keeps his contracts. Fretdmeo are
son of Louioi-tH have 'U Nd l>v Ler in ? f
_any fears of bdog disappointed in been cultivatedand, it is not strange, nor "That was seven years ago and wW theiefore urged not lo neglect their bu i hour of the greatest! peril} ; :they l.aileen I 1 "

getting hoar; cons,bacon, coffee, or any to be wondered at, now to ,find them the have we today !, A l broken Union ; ten ness to engage in political discussionhu willing to sacrifice: their lives ami ltsr I if

ftbiog she ia the provision line. subjects ''of impulse and" feeling* rather of the Stoles undef a military despotism ; continue to comply' with iheir contracts fortunes for her, jet at ibis time many refuse ,

", : than to' find them cting' from jodgment political l and religious liberty'a' by-word ; and .provide for themselves. and families ; to assist! her bau tie! flUf)1 rtjyi+- 1 !, .
The Fire and reason consequently pains' the burdens of fur ULltss! they do so, a famine way come,
1., Ice the .Scrub. ; great government. more crushing! tration involve t..-nte n'q""nI. ,>r on. t
prudenceeantion; l patience and peBe\"er- than oo earth. Labor is remunerated I and Uey will have no fuod.bea the
any of Timent which ha
Oo Wednesday Ia t 'a fire broke oat in hccnunt suns': !'<' net :
air:. are requisite to make them an availa- in depreciated promises to pay, and the time iome for them to have their nam*s I Unn fUfiuh'-.y "t:'.'IJ ia the mini What rfI
the scrnb'above town,find,the wind blowIng "Ii" igency ID the"progress and prosperity, necessaries of life are. :at famine pricesCrime ,- enters! in the look of voters, which wit! I Nht 3 '
: troul.1. '.l.rtrH: + tui ;left t. \
bard from 1+II.'Wit time down_ like a of'our countryW: wool avai 1 ourselves has increased' a L n.lrd luld and I I ln, l lore! next fc rpttml "r, th" G.-iifralcomiutiidiiig JU""c. tor tl.v v.e.I-b-.tu: of N11: :S: -..tr 1A4in 1- ; 1
of this to colored vice is clad in' and floe I will Keud tbe'u word through "'"
c f&ifhtj tornado, threatening for a time, to ,, opportunity warn our purpl linen occupying ; we HHjn our |people l"\'l\! : delay: -
population against ill that class of itinerant seats io high places and l>'loalOC.J proper United i Suits , f. flick whole the and ndvim eitaz.n; $
ap' oar' city ; bat wind, % ety y'wcun po- ibly
Wards and eeiti th'e books to places near by their
with of -
[ politician! i ; who are going through ourco'nlry'frora corruption. TLe clothes do I
little 8v to rrgi.'ltt'ltu-day ur tlt'nut"lo\\7
addtoiy veering a more to the West homes that' have hU ,
; voter can
the so e
: place to place, who** venality we wear, food we eat and All the neecesariei ery N. 0 Bee
'ftta fir* mad a flank! movement. and paA and evil conduct will not justify "a local of life are taxed to the last point name rtgiateted and can afterwards vote .
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red'oe, to the bay East of as, sweeping over habitation and a home," and who are peddling of endurance-and what have we gained without going far 'trom his home. Only N..EWSPAPER LAWS.-For the instruction Sand -J.

>fbe graveyard b its coons, doing considerable out their' fire brands of evil!, here today Be.ide' freeing the negro nothing-infinitely those raiding there.-v/fr.ia towns will be registeredor guidance of some who m-i\' po.ibta ,
and Such sek worse than nothing"TOCR vote I
damage, by the distraction of paliDgs not your gone good, but their own selfish}persons! ends. i ,. lOt. ;" need information on the sobjrct: "t copy '

and defacing somewhat few of the Courting the Negroes. I the following! : 1
a ,Take then, the advioo of intellige r.ce, suchas TO THE Socrn.-Our esteemed I
oCDb oD..., is exhibited in the following! extracts townsmen.! MrssiS. Lvv,Line and P. IIev The New Albany Commercial is in sore Postmasters! are required to give i .h'Cf; i.
tribulation i f spirit. The disposition so by letter when H subtiriU-r do not take .
from the address, of Wfali Lewis, one of ner, have just returned Lome from an extended -
Bmcn We to plainly manifested by the newly manufac hill paper from the office ; and $give i.t| :
rt.- are hippy announce your own color, and act According! ; not tour of the Southern' States, occupying
tured citizens of the South conductthemselves reason for itnot being taken. Nr jU,:ting -.
c.h.r.ct. that religious,exercises have been the part of freemen indeed and, Low to some weeks. They hud made to to'doso makes the Postmaster I t
the world .llxi are not unworthy recipients their to the extreme Southern Georgia witheut any reference whateverto 't'-rH-II-
going on daily and oihtl1'or two weeksat you way
I kible the for the parmeni.Any .
the peculiar interests of the Radical puLlisher '
ibe Uethodkt church in this place, resulting of so great s bolt aDd express tltinseUe highly pleased par. :"
., .ith the trip and the Lo". iUtle and ty ha, of course, takto it by surprise and person who takes, a paper regularly \
I in very general) religious interest FtilolllCitinn.AoaUempt rorteous treatment that was everywherebeaowed filled it with consternation. Hut the matter from the |po> +t cfSce, bother he I has 1y t

throofboul the community. We frostthat made to deprive us of your confidence and upou( them. They report rreat which! is just' now troubling_ the ,Cornmerctal subscribed or not, is responsible for the ,

the work good will. is not one of secular inter payment of the subscription. L
good may goo, and increase destitution, as existing, among the Southern wholly
We ban seen a ge'1-1 lndustrions effort est it is an'affair of religion or at Any one ordering his .liscontio. t '
s in The ; any paper
in intensity and.interest, and that people general. crops put cut
going on to draw our colored people into are Yell limited from force of existing c'r- rate it is thing pertaining lo. church or- ued must pay all arrearage, or the pub '
the number of
large mourners' now occo a 'party organization pledged to oppose seeds ganization.The lisber- may continue to send it until pay
pylog so freqoently the anxious aeats' the Southern. whites, as such, and chain cum lanCd-no no implements to mid ,
live stock no means to pay.for hired help Commercial has learned that "the ment is : and coIVet the whole
tail : become hopefully converted and then to the leadership of a set of men, Consequently the destitution and suffering colored emigrants from the South are seeking ;- I amount, wh"lhef it is uken (rum tie ct1$-

of others their places. chiefly white, wboae attempts to foster an will exist for The to preserve their identity as Southern cer or not _
core*, .occBpjtag years! to come. gentlemen
.... tagocism and hatred between the.two ra inform us that in their journey they ers by (organizing church upon this idea." The Courts have derided that refusing

,,fOLD.L'l'lftBi CiLorDeclined; eas we deemed unwise, unnecessary and of for spans of a hundred, miles sometimes Straightway the alarm and vexation' experienced take newspaper and periodicals (turn the

tsotfoewantoftturits: ,iatereet or style; dangerous tendency.It found nothing remaining but the "black-. before over the unexpected per- post office,01} rcmo\irg. and I leaving them
was very clear to ns thai hour color cd chimney tacks of former habitation v,reiiet$ of its rolored''men! and brothers" uncalled: for, is prima facie evidence ot. in- ,
but becalM there are ptrtonal allusions ed people were made to array themselves I| increased four.fold. It and Untioual fraud.
laid in waste by Sherman's in its Tare I reasons 4
that have *a local habitation and a borne into a party (their own, led by'a few journey.from Atlanta to the M army>a. At Col I, expostulate! with these "emigrants from the ..
: .' aDd ( white men of violent political feelings andtemper South." While '! and One of Two Thl"&i"e >#
t might consequently, op feelings umbit, the Capitol of South Carolina, the. respectfully even-
who indulged the habit of severely lumbly disclaiming the remotest intentionto "\\ will remain under. military rule." ;
i which ire would rather see allayed.. There denouncing that class of whites whom we ruins of ihv great fire on the eve of the 1

is a sensitive chord about Caloya's., 'old hAd always thought .at least as respectable succumbing of the rebellion! remain un- dictate it reminds them that "the war I I So says some Arkansas editor, and soma ;..
tIt liberated l them
was fought to destroy .
the :
disturbed the !
a letters,' which we would, by no means, be HS the 'one to which these men belonged ; rebuild,. Truly people the no.having devastations of meansto war sectionalism." and assures them that .their Louisianian echoes it. But, says- the N.i ..

jnetrameflUl Cal- so far from promoting the interest of the looks much like "folo Picayune, you cannot and will not re'l
in touching. We hope are slow in recovery and the source of present very i 10.

.. oya' will again write upon acme subject free colored, those race intercut, they.would. seriously compromise much suffering those who were made i:s den\ i'ia{" the footstep of the late sUvchoU main under military rule! ; you will have a i

from the above objection. .If we are citizens and freemen, in truth victims.-Sen. The Commercial has by the exhibition I government made for you, if you do not I
.4v r-.. -- surely we ought to be .allowed the right of --- --- of mortification and chagrin which crop'out '' make it for yourself tinder the military bill"I

New \df'erthcment8 freely judging! who are our real friends Governor English's Jlessnge. from every line of iu long and lachrymose If you vote down a rouvntion you who :\<

We .ould call the attention of our readers. among th& n-anv profewed ones biddingfor 'NEW IlA\ESiIay 1.-The Legi l.v.ureorganized article, so worked upon our compaseion thus vote will be dUfranchN b/a supplemental
If bill!! and then but
oui favor. colored men surrender none black and
t to the rev advertisements of three active" bu.- wl to day. Gov. English! in that we are disposed to furnish' it with
their wills and freedom of po'itical! action and white Ka: !uaU will: hate IIn'oi"e in .
iness booses of our city, to-wit: A. A. ALLCXGSAXT bi, me,.,..iijf, fays : The situation i of put a piece information which our contract '
to lenders of sort, and dehbtr.ttely put i; the government. Nothing can be more
A and S/ISCTK & which lie utfVirs in with then "emigrants from the S"ulh"undwr .
Curt lUxs I
: h
( every re"pecl important.lie : -
I away from themselves the perogntive of i wild than the idea that there i U modeof
overlooked that citizens of the old order of things placed us in any
was last week.) at whose .stab. urges h* n common action
free individual choice between
of inaction
political or which
.. should strive ': pos e!sion of, and which may in future haveilia posture can .t
liahmenta .v.rj article ne d d, by our friends the shackles which thus voluntarily Country we to extinguish avoid the issue. .
parties, they Organize or emigrate !
I vindictive resentra! engendered the effect of saving it some labor in the fj
either ia be cbtained by |
town or country may I assume will! be fonnd more degrading That is the only aliern'ttire.
late civil maintain the ; miller of political appeal to the
war waged to su sooty Ii
R atrietlv upon the terms proposed-"to live an dIttliva. to tbeir minds than the slavery which i ipiemacy I -
"f the Federal l Constitution and l sons of Africa. The has an intuitive Qr1EnroDowa.-Tbecorrespondentof I
." We know they have the articles for the law once imposed them. We : .
upon the integrity of the national honor. lid I and ineradicable veneration for a Southern the Charleston sews, writing from Washington '
tell u M thro'the olnmyi of our cannot conceive: of disgraceful :\
they a
paper. mqre I
stales that the great object was not attained M gentleman, which i ii only equaled i in inten > 2ht int.. says : "A political <'"Ien' ..
Other me rehanU IB tows (who do not adverUM than that imposed by freedmen .. ..
and the Union is restored-that city by his for the Northern i has begun the
not I contempt to prevail over whole X rtb. i
also have the articles, bat they themselves in surrendering the rightto 'I .
) may same upon
en State' are denied participation in the demagogue, who.in dragging himself down The Radicals have exhausted alt their

lave eat told as so, and eoo* qaenUj we act,upon their own judgements and con national Government by the action ot Congress to the negro's level l, fallsbelow: it.-Loir* I means of agitation, and, as a party they I
is base
cieaces nor there use more
J fuf t UU our rsaders so. ,Now after our mer- ; any lie says such measure*, i if persisted itrille Courier are losing' ground. If they cannot advnnce .
and vile that the colored man can allow ": '
who advert bue sold out readers in will transform the into .... I'
chants ** our Republic a they mUlt&I! back. Late electionsin
find that otkert have too- himself,,to be put to than! the dirty work of desDOtisni. He deems the of I We copy from, the Richmond Dispatch and
map oat goods and faction. What is left of the course legislation the Chicago, various! other places! #
beeeaoM they will then have to go round en party freedom which we have so lately received pursued by Congress wholly unwarrantable following description of the Georgiaand show that the Radicals cannot bring their
Florida tables the
and fatal to the Union and at Hollywood Memorial old columns i
quiring.WJ as to poll New i 5sue* will
from if
our as a priceless boon we
country Bazaar which i in Richmond :
the Constitution the doctrine of opened arise
totker mereb..tt-.1I' micd' as secession soon upon which parlie* will divide.
our lost of
have already the liberty exercising on the 23d ult : i 14
I so plain a right as that of hearing from res -that the legislation of the Thirty- The old one are already! or neatly! out oftight.
'I Ninth. Congrev, to a large extent was a GEORGIA TABLE. ."-Sentinel.MARRIED .
TH WAY IT.-We havtoften men belonging to one of the
TO peclable .
DO party series of nsurpitions! and infractions the The Georgia; table is preside over by .- --- ,
beard ladies desire know whites explanations of their vie wson sub Mr*. Dr. Haial! and Mi.
express a to ; by Constitution. He argues that Cungre ? Ruthiis'ed HYMENEAL. I II "
r what the fine observable jectavitallyconeerniogus, after listening by Miss Mason and Miss: Unit.: Upon .ihs;
I oo has
gloss : under the Constitution .
procew DO more 3i
hundred of times, even unto fatigue, to the power I -0t the rr .t d ablear! au'ny beautiful Htliclej. ;
Dew linen shirt bosoms, party which alII' card
,, and, in order to gratify them we submit our blessed freedom if we should con eLL Southern States thau to institute an order : are iM>me table sent fromE1gland i I I lust, by Eid. Saru G Utaa:t. ':-dr. J. 1>. In.LER .-
of [ in sod : by a ttorrllady as .1 coniribu-1
nobility England claim that !
{ the following receipt for making gum arable to give up the right of hearing boll sides Congress suoied that only for the tioa. and H haudsome Crayon paiuiug i by I i to Wise CARRIE DREW (
5)1 starch : of a discussion involving our highest interests of a South Carolina! lady exetuttd expressly: I We hope that -pet-mi l'If'r.c Prcvi-:
puip?>e more thoroughly !
acvoicpli :
_Take two ounces of floe white gum ara- and If we should surrender our rightof ling the subveuion of Slate au'Iioritv ; that' (o' the: liazaar. The' decoration nf this. dence! t' may ever direct; tbit"..mj; o'-upie, ,
individually judging bow wa should act I in :;= path that: lend the "
bio it into and if Congress can legislate for those"States 1 table represent the Georgia coat of-arms. :! md rung i
powder ; pot a pitcher, pour ,
the side
J offsV!
in an so important as
i emergency present. uneven journ-y.
The and
1 i pillars arch of the ( :
it is not diScnlt to foresee a like interference tempi- :are 'I,
oo i it a pint or more of boiling water-ac- clotted with "})rinter'o fe*," in th" r..v\.f ,
j in other States, and the right |I a heavy coat of evergreenieacLauh toy
; ordtog to the degree of strength yon de- These men require of us,_ moreover, a of the Slates to regulate their urges internal affairs being entwined} with ouo Of de, :! tc., duly received i aud hereby rft"' :fed:
species of conduct positively dishonorable. for, and "})alsoo'. fee in h.T : +
'Wisdom :
l tire-and then having covered it let it in their own henceforth. words Justice and Moderation. watwe i''''''-
of us are in the employment of way won't received
Many gentlemen : what duly ad-
-.1 shad all night. In the .morning pour who, as we have"reason to think, __ ... The FLORID def TABLE. vance. say u

1 carefully from the dregs into-cleaa bottle are disposed to deaf toward us with fairness !. Lilly and Frank were playing at house, neatly,Miss ced Florida table, presided e
over by Beach Mia ,
keeping with a family ot. doll*. One of Spence, and --
j.. cork it and keep i it for use. A table spoonful and honor expected, in ocr business and relations.Bat.we after.- the dollies behaved very badly, and Lilly Miss QU8f1 ,. and arrayed with fancy and .'\\\m\ni\ta\or's! : Ot1Ce.1 Cv
are required,
; of gam water, stirred into a pint of receiving. employment from respectable shut her up by herelf,' saying: useful iticles. Its decorations are principally !I TIIlKTYiIays after date, I sb'l apt' to *.

4 ,. tarcb, made in the usual manlier, will in the dy time to at night "Now you must stay in your room half i of evergreeni aDd flowers. A (<'1\1-1 Court of llillU: ugh s ,
gentlemen ::
o. of.arras of Florida in the
hour.1 adorns the ctUre of I County Slat of Florida fur an order .
I\ .-f give either white or printed lawns a look into political meetings and societies, where an | the frame-work. I I to sell "Ie S. E J of ate 14 T. 24 R 17 S 4; F, I
'. when nothing else restore them the violent abuse of these employers, their "You better'pank her Lilly suggested I | belonging tothtat AbrjahTnrmandecdsituated t
of ns vies
.. } class and race, are the principal thetr.e of : little Flank\ "*caue she CHN'I, fink about. 'i j Artemu WmU had H large seal ring ,j oa the West side of tae Mantte

s after washing. Much diluted, it is also the sea. If we are forced into this | it and she won't never pet sorry if you hut I i which he u red) quaintly to say, he wore !I, Kiver. in the county of Manatee. State afore-

:; auiuble for thin muslin! aqdbobinet.-jfoA course speec conduct, then the common in her op." Pretty! jjood reasoning:! : for :a little only during the forenoon, as it fatigued ..S| said. to pay the debt of said F..tate. I '

I 1 ;TrilJtw; cttncts of honor require.. that w. should I three )'ear-01J (to mothers: of cross babies. him carry it all day. |I i Tampa, Fla., May JOn 1967.\.DARL1SG: Adm'r.4.4w',

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Arrival and Departure of Kails. DEALER nrcony I Sha:tmif. Sueh' : 4 G lcO..:ll. I" :
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OATS,' 8kiru.De .
From 8 A, M., to S P. M_ daily SOCDA Hoop ,
close at 9 A. M.i IL\Y. BACON Laine :, 1'11."
PORK. ;AH&,, Dress Patterns, ), : ; .,... ___. 1
I FLoun, RICE, Ticking. tin r."..'.i"T : "
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6 P.3!. v ;Shawls i j
Coast Mail-CtL: and 25th each. month. SALT, ETC. Shirt ,' ,
; Keck Ties.Biduiurala.. b wiUpjeaae i : I
MAILS CLOSE. Corner Jatson and Water Streets. Irish .. __..:.
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Drilling- ;
May 11th, 1867', Stf A, A. ALLEN' f'd- [ '"

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A'y Jeans, : 1.
SPENCER & IAN'S. 4 Taffety :

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Q ,. -..I ..., gale; Girtha. I
frilE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform .a.; .. p '.% > ,:D ALLIANCE, t.can.pura,, ('n.*. .>.&.
J. UM public that have received, .. .
they jut a s C-' ... i
fresh supply of..n selected Groceries Dry 's .0.. IJ'' A Fins -Loft if Umal .
t', Govdt, Headymade.Clothing Crockery Hard. I _g CI-w 0 0 :.r.. .tP-.... Z FLOUR. I Pocket' .k : ;: '/i<' i. '., .. /r I
care, Tin ware tc I V.J. 'Door k .
GROCERIES.- .CI t=q r!; :C. Ma I" 'L"'j BACON, Chaina :: l ; ;f 10 per year. ,
Such Flour, Hard Bread clear 0 X1 0= n sere w s ;.86: u ,.
AI Corn Bacon : p t"-3 eUQ.e. .. \
: .
n. .. _. ... ; .:gr': ri K
tide*. Leaf Lard, Goiben Butter, Cof- .. 1 I
.t- leey\ ::;ugarS MruapstRice.Tomat..> ;-c.b .. r.a: B A..... SYRUP. r ,,.. .. V" iCsp C m SOY I' 6
ij ;
Catsup .. ="CII C''ClP ... 1
bua Blueing I.C: ... t. COFFEE.; :
|'s II -3 ; d9 tII. c ;Pr'oprTeUr. ti
l Matches- .% P.r'' : "'I' Ifl lij RICE, t\
,. e st e. n 0'" ... r .ltc. l :

'. DIr' GOOD_0-TREt111INiGS. xerHTr"" ...!;. ''S c.:) d-t. And varione other |article !' in the.Gr cert Tubs", 'Pijreins: e. t i ,

IlVavy; Bed Ticks Denims, LJuen Checks Line cC r-. e.iEi.. (.line; also! Dry Good and! 'BeitjytuaddClothing Bound Brushes Toy,A: 'obtained from. t

Cheeks!. ,jLintn Drilling Calicoes, Muslins' ci: -; :. .3 x ".---- bich we will i H .cheap for nJ" County i!
Muslin Assorted Braid for.dre.. tD r5'CtLt, : Vutcry on 1
binding. Pins, Needles Co.t'Thread, 's i- A cP:: < Cash or Country Produce.' Pans,'PaHs! ,' r1at ? ] before tHe Court I
Flax> bread, sowing Silk,"as't'dcolors. ,t e7 rn "--- : "t1"t"ten. ot
s Q .F-- ,
Floss Tapes, Elastics, "2 : a'AQ .: ... 1-1 Z. fyCall and Examine our SuppJlci., ({ ?f John L. May, I
Ladies& Cents Hd'k'Bs !, b ai ;''the''debt* I t-
Iaaie4 A Children' rr s I'" GRANT & CRAFT, Pistes-Tea,' ; f-

How, Genui a : > .- II Store-'Opposite the Florida llouie.Marcb Tea A Coffee adm't'x. i'

hose white CDR: ;, rr: sPP &c. Glwar 't41La l'
2d, 4&.tr. : J
a cord. ,
I i.r'' bYlC By rep. : .
a -o- :"o1 ptarty &11 K : "I
: "" \ : ':, il
'.BEADY-HADE CLOTHING, Ac. .... .. ... C a : 0- : r4 : \
.... CP" ( )
Linen Coats .. nO t"- A:: ,. \---tn i
0 .
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: -... \
Alpacca Coati, o ;tf a:1' := n. ; ackers, Cheese, tOO offered \fi I .

Linen Dusters, _.- :., .1 i'l'') fII 7''' I, Medicines son,' ion of Jor 1
... enertl assortment of and .
1'nlui lists, C \11:" v Drags Bi Avi1l'
G R..R1
Leg horn hate 'II..;.. _:_ O. ; :. ., just received suitable for Pickles, : I )
.....0. 1!.'. .--r. >. (ous .bati.o 'r,
I -> tiautorBraidflats. \ cs- c ;, ....- Tea, ) | .November text
.;.i V Wuul Hall, c" ;::? ::! L Manwoman dies } ;
3 ,, < i ,
rf Skirts .a y }s t'eP c: Cbe"iD I" I j.\ 't \
JA -
: .. Shoe*, qty i
.. .' .S. Brushes, ,:-s ".:I'._" ..,., or child. Among which you may find K e'.r G".f. 7 : 'V2\ : '
.p tow Z the "Bloom of Youth! ,." which ha Also Pe, \ if
t BlackingHARDWARE = aa: T: t-3 : -; "
V de.: de. '::::.:.. ;.;. .- ...1 Brushes, : napptr .tJr the .
... -- CJc:1. \ % t ?
-o- :' .: 8iiiD various c-f-Jlillsboraic-
i: .- L-.I Itobbe4Iman : I
i e j'.-- fobs.pier A
": ;
Ac. ""I c. \11:
V .
; .-... ... Having just I : 490 acres of land, \ ,
Crocker Ware o'0g- -
: C sell
) A \ooo'W female of her dark complexion and pupated to State'ofGof
\f X.ht".ct: ForksI :!::d, t:: tfOJ > rendered her skin beanti'ul.. Many[ other ar can be bought in k

.4 :puens S ai III; (asitdeitRa,) :: =:.arI: :: d n .,'! Hy, tide might b* mentioned, su ch u are CASH or \. GUardlani'(1'

.C. .......:t and See Y : a Minor.' i
:: Gun tube Wrenches, \11:" Z Helmbolts for, '
: Extract of
Buchu I '
: Shot .. o.O' !oJ' ,
t I: ow .. -c. corner, ,:
., !. Powder, c,: : a: -.I' ,... ,Tricopherous ."
Tampa, Fla. > \'
t 'r. t erA .'a :::: I\- ._
"i Cap., s. a... 0 Katharian, \
] 0 Writing Paper, -; will apply to the
::I -Y A 0tco'g' of.PNmte It
= h. ; Castor Oil t
l 'Ellnle'I't''. t- e s. '..... i,
; GilUt Steel Pen*.' C. L 1 *.tiul eltU-
;) ."O". .' ;s t" I;"I r'Ig Olive Oil, uati"lQIl! .
Ink 11:1"
tc.: ic: : '",
...-= :c..... .'.\I ty TTas late of said.. coun .' '."
.. ? = ; c. ,Nutmegs, r :
'I' -0I e II"I. .\ t=. J rrI 1o lust ';
I And we har"hav. on hand a well elected ':.'.p :"' rr.:i- I Vermifuge; ."';; dm'r'I. 15 '

'.'.. lot of 'e-0! r... .:.:;. "C) .tN -41 I B ull'8 Sarsaparilla, FALL, ...:6m.! y\ 1'
I> .
; TINE WARE. ., = r 0 w
.. .=. I:..:.. C .
; Such -. c: -.. Strychnine, fvOTIC, ..
i "' :! 0 r/1 I ? \.
i ilk Pan. 4 ..:-7. :; SoidlitzPcwd'rs
Gry._.z .-.. m_:., .. }- 'S 0 resentmy **
f Milk .. c.
Strainer, "e. ? ...... :: Tetter Ointei'nt : looor* l" fro-
t Tin Bucket, (with coven.) !AcT. f 'a 7J dt. ,..,.-.. : County, j
,, Tin Cups, 'iyron .J ffl- Hops 'To which: he oo'-'the 'F'.d., .
s Tin Plates Q /*
= *!ed. x
'. a. Coffee P o t. ;:! -, 03 ., r.P ....... Tooth Soap ten of Tampa Adm'r. !
( lie flatters hiii l ,
1 ; And other artieles too numerous to m ntioll' 4=.. == = &0.. ltic:lion, and cm 2-l_ w.-r
; which we will sell at price to LET L/J".', !!: I I &c., cheapest. ..1(
RA8 as .? is d4c1 We want Agents a 3' .
;'t H GRANT & .CRAFT <.. ,.. AU of which may bo hd J His[ i S t 0' i our; ImprjKed' ,
0 d .
q" = \ [ : new kind Vnr '
Tampa Fla. ; :: oae. trial. Tht!' .
j Z rp n k only
c /t
March 18tb, 1867. 4 tt C. ..O ; At : : f<>rle!OfI than
.a. : "i rO C I : none, Wletto

: ':? "'=' ..... RIES. Singer t.: .co, ,
t QQJ -.. "E. 8'' t:.:' ". -- > my Drug Store on the main businee street machines are
q ..... \
UST' RECEIVED : = .. 1C0 B '-.' ,r'sa in the city of GLASS W use iAddrw* ae"/i,
w .c.t- c UJ HATS CAl
ford Main .
.. C' :D' ,
f .. C. a 0'" sr 0 Tampa. TIlING ;
WHITE CORN.YELLOW ; : ;Z J. ;' .......
s'nll CORN, r:; 2.t"ei :. F' DllOOUS .
.. --- F. BRANCH.. !)
FLOUR .-..; ; 3.. IIPo April, 6th, 187. 61-tf. rLAl ) t
BACON, 5 = :

i !" I. '_ MATCHES ( SPENCER& MAN'S IS ''* from: .. I

i :"t V CAN FRUITS tG QQ \ I / elripping:MII '

,.*\ : SARDINES 0 1ue 1\\ i ;\ rands.
t ,
'VV BOXES OF FINE BAR SOAP JUST \ ear/anJ split in
JJ' received at nOOK : : go r\J'SinsiJe i be- i
J. '
SPENCER ( ANN'S. k } a
:1 hole and
SUGAR, | | ear. '
'.\ } L P. I I i i.l i.
. tc. to., I HARDWARE 0 etlr'inJ..l 1. _
I A 1.c> a cfl n",ortment of DRY GOODS !'1 CASK OF FIXE'SnOULDEI JUST Horticultural! '. o. I .
_" I CALL AND SEE., Cheap for cab or opened, and for tutlf at CItOCKElti.W.\P.E, Patent Ml! : thabo mar ';
Ccuutrj Piodoce. SPENCER & MAX 'S. Lot 0 prosecuted ae I ,
, A. A.ALLEST. I n, .
; Tam !thy 18th. 4 tf. BOOTS AND SHOES Sportsmru are t' \ .\ ( .! -\I i .
. ea \X line stork ,
; ,,46 ym;
\ t
Bill for :
+ Divorce.
vas s,1 tr4 11J Ready Made Clothing, &c. .
If. /i. the Sovtlern Judicial Circuit of Flor. ''A STORE HOUSE: and, two loU ritua- twf;: Which I wi II sell low for Cash. Dealers will :\ .:: .' '_:. I I I

ida in andor Hilltlorougb County. ted in a most desirable part ofT m.d t : 'JOHN JACK ON'.f. to examine my i indebted Jo the .
Joseph Ilarria I Titles where I will fell : (' -t that uuca.e '
pa. po.euion Nov. ,
In ; given Tampa, ,. 17. 30 t \
\ :. VI. V Chancery. i at the time of sale. kt-t priee. Quick : tlle'op'their .
Hrrw. JA j hand of C'lr
I Lenora Addre highest market : | j
'. .
,i ;. BILL bating ben filed in my office in Dr. A. S. MCIIF.SIVA. Com! Coin! I .t .' I.
I eo : tk. above entitled cause, ana it being 'Florida Houne,' Tampa, Fla J5J : CEIJn < I Ii
r !. wa4 U appear by aAJavit that the defendant i Nov 10th .' :
ruide beyond the jicaiU of the Southern Juxlicial J
I 1
Circuit, .to-wit-ill the State of -)fa". I Notice! CST RECEIVED and for F sale at A \\\\\\\\- : :

._ Jaod. 1i.i i. .itercby ordered that the Defendant SPENCER: & MANN'S. i ,. tA1.
do appear and plead ,n.wer 01 demur I TY virtue i>f l t .
to the GOBI plain an t'a aid bill oa or before the 1 Mr. B C. Leonardy havinir pnreha.e.l tli* BHl GOOD MAKER'S' FLOUR I Jl of lleriiando] I ( of Fran-' r ':.
: first inondar tn September next'.or the came .I store and stock of good formerly owned 190 : at public outciy, r.a1e: t
just receu-ed xiiil for ed
'e. li-ce '
1 : "' at ( : < :
I will be t.ke"AI confessed. Provided that publication I Ir. land occupied by Mr. Vigil, request his friend the ('...urnO'Ii" | county. ac'.l
r. ana acquaintances to him "a eal1 he I SPEN'CEi A MAN N'S. in \ i yinent. o
of this order be made in some lIew.f' .- } give n* let Monday ;' \ aill'L uiJ Estate .:
.pr published in this Circuit far. three con think* they can fndas good bargain amonc: Warrent.04:' .t : ; ; : ; nuI .
cUini ,
I Mcnlive month bi* well secreted and ceneral assortment or A I be E.tat/! of .. ; duly .
: .: J.CIVEXS, Clerk. I Ij' (!I Good wcaa Le found elsewhere in the citv.. FINE SUPPLY OF KILN DRIED .ht' puvmrntot I (lr.tll".,."', will.be. '

t ,. A. A. Allen. Cctmplt'eSoL. ,Give him a call, one and all. ,jCorn Meat l, jut ,wcivnl Terui mae Vi \ !I LEE, .\Ad-aYx.-

f V y. y. lSth.1867. :m.I" 'j I A Aril.-.?, 160J 1-tX .I 'P :NCER AMANN'S.. I perch 1&111. 1? : I' 'l! a

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; lttfUN.ni:' PB OLIII to tny.sUamboat, box, beige, flat or'ftvat, l4i UaneotUl,, legal Advertisements. Legal Advertisements. {
If navigating said stream, by reason of the ) x

1 failure[ or neglect ofuid Jacob Sutnmtrlin 'STATE OF FLORIDA. notice of Insolvency.'h @tlSlrdlft IDsuw.tll( o H
sod: bU associates to comply with the re* I* PaOBATK Coca ,AT. .CUAXBUS, JAXOA1T, 8th to the highest bidder in. front o \ .i
f r! qoircmenti of this act, the said Summer ; A. D. 1887. i Iwm."iI Jloose door in Tampa on the t*

.fm all( fs associates shall bt. required -fc..' ,,EXECUliyE i > ST.GovernorHon. .. State' of Florida, )l fno': Mo'id-T in Jnne, the fo'.lowmc roe*' Es- i

majcefot compensation for .I the damage .,D. S.\Valk r ; liernando County J r tate .belonging to the, hem of Columbus ataf-' 1 :
fort deeM-Mo wit f
thus susUined. Deot. Gov.-W. W. J. Kelly :
; Whereas Abraham Hay, Administrator on The 8 W i of Sec 47. and the K. 'E: J.of tbe i
of State B_ F. Allen
i Poued'the House of Reprtsentatires December Sec'ty ;, I E*'ate of Amos K. Anders late of .S.ESee 26 T. 29 8.. Ii 80. E. .

TAMPA-. 1, 1866 Passed the Senate December 6. Comptroller-John Beard :v said county dec'd, has this day filed. in the The S W } of Sec 3G. T, 28. S. of R. 2rt. E. \ .
Treasurer II. Auti
C. s
i 1866. Approved by the Governor December -General John Galbraith; Probate Court a wntlensnggestion of the In The N. E. i of Sc. 35. T. 28. S. of R *\I. E. ;,

I 8A.TI1BDAYJtla'lIUIit;! 191. IS. 1866. Register Attorney of Public-Lauds-Ituzh A.; CorlfYSper.ker solvency said Estate. And tbe N E'}, ol S J: i, cf Sec. So, T 28,S ,
I Williams Therefore notice is hereby given to all per- of R. 20, E. .
House of J. J. ;
Rep -
CHAPTIR 1,617.-[No. 82.] &n ns. having claim against tbe said drcea ed', AIII'ing in Hil ,bornugh County Florid+-
t Things that bees( Die. Estate E to file the lam .'duly authenticated, in EUZ.In.11 STAFFUUD. \
'" : The part: the bright, the beautiful. An Act to provide for the reimbursement of JVDICUL D U> TM EXT.Hon. the office of aid Court, on or ,before the 8th GuarJiia.:

That stirred our hears io 'youth ; I certain officers of the United' States. C. P. DuPont-ChiefJudice ;' day cf June, 1867 when: there will be a I.ro- Apri112.16G7. ids. 1

The. impulse of a wordless prayer, I SCCTIOS 1. Be it enacted 6y'the Senate A. E Maxwell, rato payment among the several creditors of ,
The dream of love and truth, end Howe of Ktprtttntativet of the State J.. M. Baker, } AuoeiateJustices paid Insolvent Estate. I NOTICE.IX .

Tb.longinp after something lost of 'Florida.in,Otntral Aftembly convened, And it i.i ordered that the Administrator do C MONTHS: AFTF.r. DATE, I will np 1 1L
I Th..pnearu! Dg cry, 'OtTtJEL" J\"DICI4L CIRCUIT. file on or before said da\. in this Court a true the
That the of five thousand dollars be ply to Judge of Probate of Ilernando
Hi stri after better sum ,
r *ing hopes; aud of all the t
perfect Inventory effects
e is fur Judge-Jame* Gettls. belonging coui.ty, fur u final settlement and be di thared -
.These thing tliaUfoever die. aDd the tame hereby appropriated to said Estate. '
from Administration the
Solicitor-II. L )Mitchell ; on' Ftle of
the of indemnifying persons' .bu Given under hand and real
purpose my Matb w R. Howelllate of sid dccea
Th timid hand .streiche forth to aid county
A brother iD his need held offices: under the United Stale in this HILUBOaOCCU COV TY. of the Probate Court, at Brook ed. ,

:; That kindly word in griefi dark hoar, Station (the lOth.diy,ol January, A. D. Judge ot Piobate-John Darling. 'yule D 1867.this' 8th. day' of January. A. )MARIA.. tJO'ELL..1n1"%.

t That pro rea the friend indeed 1861;and who to roed over or paid to the Clerk Circuit Court-J. J. Given Cnm le't
The plea of mercy to My breathed Treasury or government of this State monies Sheriff'-J. T. Letley. Jan., 19th 1867. 6m.Jntfrolate .Bipoksville, Flu,. March 6th 1877.: 81D.or '

.' : ,When justice tlrtaUia. nigh, other in their Coroner H.: M. Keen. _. '
1 .The sorrows of a contrite i heart ; or property Surveyor-W. C, Brown. N DM f .
.TheM things aball never die.The to tbe,United States, in compliance ( ) Q) rrrn"Onr csl ml 7" Notice..

i- with _Ordinance No. 33 of lie State OOMX1MIOXEKS. Court at CJiatnlxrt, January Utft

b' memory of a clasping hand, Convention of 1861. W. B. Henderson' R.: Booth? J. R. RoberUon., ,..t. D. 1667. per.on. bavnfr! demand* against+ the E.- '
The preainre of a kiss, Stc. 2. Be it/urtAtrmaettd- That all W. A Lively/ I I State of Florida, ) ALL'. of Lewellen Wilhaim. late of rT.atee )

,_ *And That all ioak the.trifles lore's tweet first and bliss frail, claims presented against the State, coder : ntTicrs or 'THE FEACE. Sd. Dist ,Heroando County f county, dxrlo .d, will present them duly ",u. t

t If with'* firm up, faith. the ptofisions this act; shall be presented I E. A. Clarke Whereas Mary F. Anders Administratrix on thenticated wit liout delay ; all person i i'J..hr
unchanging ..tate of Jackson L Anders, drc'd. . the of Publio Account -
And tout to Comptroller ,
holy ana high,
Bell ha this day filed in the Probate Court of ,aid! payment to the, und..Ttlhrn..l11 \
L Lawful Constable.
.. Those' bands hare clasped those lips met who, together with the Governor and Attorney county a ..written suggestion of Insolvency of creditor ami perweeentitle.i 10 dutril.uM.nare

These things shall never die. General shall examine into tbe correctness XOTAUE: rcsLta said Estate.. hereby notified ,that their claim ,. ill! r... ,

f .. .The creel and the bitter word of the same, and being satisfied J.J. A.F. Bel Henderson del"lOD., Therefore notice is hereby' r..... to all per barred the expiration .>f two yrnrs fioutbU

,t' That wounded as it fell thereof, they shall order the ,payment of son having claims;against said deceased' E*. date, ullessryhibite.l.iihin i Mint time
tale,to file the same duly authenticated, in the DUEL 1\: .1 1"'f1ff l
., The & the same in tbe usual manner, by warranton ...
Wefe lbulneyert.ll STOLEN.From office of said Court, on or before the 8th day .' The hard repulse that chilli the heart the Treasurer : Provided, that if the of .June, 1867. when there will be a pro rat April 13th. If67. 51 1 ,, '.

Whose hope ware bounding high ; Comptroller, Governor and Attorney --Gen payment among the several creditors of aiJ --' ..
.. .r.leball deem it at my residence on the night of Insolvent Esuie .
In an unfadiag record>> kept expedient tbej may '. Notice. ..
15th ol April. 18A7. a small k And it i is further ordered that the Administratrix .

These shall die. their discretion order tbe of such
thing aerer
payment month after date '
Horse the :
bay (Stalljou.) about 9 year do file before said day. in this Court a Six A.I
Let nothing pass for every bandy monies at may be found due aa aforesaid,, old ; pony built' and bal a small blue io his true and perfect Inventory of all the effect be ) nwrs of the r:tte ol J.*.-.ri 'A. '
.: Must find some?work to do; to such officer or agent of the United face.A. lodging to aid Estate. .BruwnJecra.ed. will present their final l a f

: .L .. not a chance to waken lore, States as,may be authorized to receive the liberal reward will.be, given for the de Given nndermy hand and sent of count a.,1 I ruucLrrsto: the Jude of Pr"l>ate ,

Be firm and jars, and true ; same, instead of to'the party original by livery of the horse to me at my residence, .... the Probate Court, at Bruoktville, of He I1il1lur..lIgl. l'1I1111t'nrid.a., and a.-k to
So shall a light that cannot fade stub into the ten mile' south of Brnok ville; or any information '\\\UaP this'the Sib day of January, A. div1irKvd such Administrator.- accor
paying mon ei Treasury. in regmd to him lint I ding to 11&'". t
tn I him.
Beam on thee from on high can get D. 186;:. ,
,A** angel vokesasy to tbee ; Passed the Senate Decemberh.! 1866. Pad **- I will pay' 1 hundred Dollar for any information WM. M. GRAR1SON, F. BRANCH. l) Atimrt- +I
These things shall never die. the House of Representative December IS, that will convict the thief Judge of Probates tt'.C., IIROWS.J{ :

,: ....-......--- 1864.. Approved_ by the Governor Dect'wLerII. .IDALINE.WIIITFIEW. 'Jan.l9lh. 18C7. 3V Km.. riTM-y I U-'i, Si57. :I$.6m. J t
tee" Brookiville, April lath 1867. 6i I
Au old lady reading an account of a Notice of Insolvency. 1

,..distinguished old lawyer who sal said to Pardass .f Jefferson: Davla. I PIOBATH COCIT JAIVAUT Notice. I
b father of the New York bar The Rev. Mr. I tnis.sionary LAN If I SIX MONTHS AFTEr; : THE DATE IIKRE- 1 :
be the ex- Bagley, formerly a ZSth,A. D.. 1867. : I hall, a* Administratrix on the Estate:
claimed : ''Por men 1 be h&d. dreadful to Japan and todia, is said to have State of 'Florid*. l otE..J. Hart, deceased, present my "account ,1 .
... Mt of children', paid a visit a few days ago to Mr.JtflWwn Hemando County )r and vouchers to the Jude ull'rol"I(', of Hills '

.J .. ... Davis at Fortress Monroe for tbe purpose FOr ''Sale.F WHEREAS Harriet D. Lockbart, Adminis t..rnngh County, fur atinalsettlrut.htanda! -k

A clergyman "down emit" caked a wo ot inducing him to oak the President for a the Estate of Wm. 1 H. O'Nrilt to be .li.n-hsiye.i. from the further a>liniii->tr.v \
be bad abe The letter hit fact adds deed, her this day tied in the Probate. four lion of tilt! flli.J .. .tllt.. .
man baplised, at we coming pardon. staling : ifl.fn 40 acre tract orland. on the waters MAC.IRETII.IRT:
.out of the watelbow she felt in her mind Mr Cgley brlievwd that if a regular of Hill-borough and Alatia;; adapted to 01 aid of couul ni.i,Estate. a written therefore mirgntion of Io.olnvecy Tampa. Fla., Uct ab't6: : A.I 2i-ant.mr\. :'

and was somewhat surprised to bear ber application should tea made ty Mr. Datii, the Fruit prodcctioit, Ac.: :ituatJ of Com Ilcl\l Sugar,' Cane.portion Rice. Notice i i. hereby given to all persona having -- -- 11 :
in a of '
.answer, -'lully. be could ,support it with a petition pr-.seniing couutry, with good block range. claim *<'ini naiil drr.'ne.i'. Ell'.1., to file XOTICJZ OF LISSOLLr7IO.1' !

I .- sDrydeo l such an array of influential names", aloge JF. E CARTER. the same.'duly antl.rntiiated. in the office ot 1

I was to fond of reading that hit proportion of :)them from the radical Tampa, March 9th '67. 4w. said court on'ur before the 25th. day of June, nMiEFIRM'.fCl..tutii&HI'Gii1'l Ute orT. ,
Florida d -.oohhl
1867, when there will he a rata llopa : UII \
,-if. oat dar exclaimed : republican party that tbe movement wouldbe I among the several creditors pro of said Insolvent Ut day 'Jr June. ioat, l by luuliiitl vonvrnt. I

M| wish 1 wire a book thai I might I Le as successful tbat 'made by him in PorSa.le .Estate. I I l'he'thinks;; of the firm are 'in the limn.U of E

( .always in your pretence." the case of Governor Vance, of North And( it ordered that the ..Imini.tralrixdo A. Claris; ;'and ell delitnr and err
I with that you were an almsnao," bet Carolina. Mr. Davis however, declined file l hefore.eiddav, in thi'Court., a true tUmvUt.r..ftu.tIJ to colic foiHarJ for immediate sets \ t
I will sell cheap the S F. J et 3 E and perfect Inrtntory of all the effect belonging "-
"plied10hat f could change every accepting the proposition. He said to a l I
}. and E J of SI E i and S W J, to laid Fetate.titaen. r.. .\. CLARKK.I .
yea I for pardon was a confession of guilt and of N E }. See V T. an. S..f liar gr 5JO *- under my hand and seal 1 ). IIUOHrX t

'11' that such application would prejudice his 8 Jt East, containing 1M( acres.CO .- r-.,C of the Probate C.'urX at BrooksIKAI. Tampn. lath66 .t f.

; Woxcr Wouxr. case at the trial, which be was given to understand aero of it good i t HaI lm04k. ( ) yule, this 2ith day day of Jai-, : ,
Qctrnom FOB BT A was close at band. There is a go'xl log house 'n tie land and V'-C-'/ .\. U., 1 lbJ7Ww. Noico- .
-cao.i not-since, while the power of a good fence around the field. M. GARRISON. month from date, I will pg-".nt
.N!. Bagley nothing daunted with the SIX | ma> ,
Abe world ii with the influence lies
men, Apply to and \dt .
Judge of Piobate I < to the Ju-t, er'I'ro- I
i iI ilr-rdccess he met with at Fortress '.foDrO .
with woman-can we not bring up our OAKEY MANSFIELD! Brooksvjlle: Feb.. 9th. saw bate i>f Ilrrnan.loCuui.tf. for u final r'tler
girls more usefully and lest showily-leas went; to, Wnsbjnglon; and railed on the / b. 9th. 22 F went i>f the Estate:: of Aaron Smith lute f* ,
: 'resident( to ascertain whether a pardon In said l Cointy, drCa<.... -\nl..t th
Chancery. astir lim- .
dependant on luxury and wealth t Can ,
would be JrflVraun D vis without For ....k I.> I. di-"'hurged from further '.
to ;
w. not teach them from babyhood that to granted <* Sale 1- ]v, TUB CIRCCIT Covar, SOUTHERN JCDI lion (>f said Estate.CALVIN". auiuaj-tra- I ,

+ labor is'a higher thing than merely to enJoy -' an appticj'ion. if petitions were pre CIA!. CiKcriT OF FLORIDAIN, A.ND FUR H. SilTn.: AJur.Fl : I

-that itself is rented of a lalufaeiory cliaracter. It i is Subscriber .HILLSRORO' Go.Raneom. 'Jrookeeillr. JIW. 5th. O O1iici
; oven) enjoyment never tIO THE offers for sale the 8. W. qr lbn7.: taus ; t
await as when it has been earned I Can understood thai Mr. Kagley was equally S. W. qr of a 4.T. 29. R. 16. S. and E R. Mobley, __
unsuccessful at the Whiuj IIa". In the belonging to the utah of Je I
1f! Crawford
we not pat into their' mind, whatever be vs Bill for Divorce.
their station truth exercise of the pardoning power the Pit*- deceased. There i. a good dwelling Uouiu, Mary Mohler,
principles or sirnp'ieiJy and I
about fifty and other _
orange valuable
I ideot has been guided by nn inflexible rule bill having been filed in office, in the
i taste, helpfulness, hatred of waste fruit trees01, the premise Ills rllogrlheroie A my
and these -ntver! Io grant a pardon on petitions of the .tdetrsble above entitled cause and it being made to \ 11 per.onehivine claims ajaint th. Estate
their tno Old
being firmly rooted truit to place on Tampa of
unless such petition were accompanied by Terms cash. njptf r. L} affidavit, that the defendant r..idd A William II. (4bfi..l.I. late of I the County
blossoming up In whatever destiny the Aprlto of l'ulkState: of Florida' "
C.S. beyoiid toe limit of the Southern Judicial dei-m*? !.are no-
Young'maiden may be called to.-Mitt'Xulock. an appliratior. from tLeJndiidual seekingtheextcutive Clew Water, Ha. Feb.ItEYNOLDAdm'r 23d.1867. Circuit of Florida, to.wit : in the county ot tit ..l to present theist dulautleuticiited to A.
.i, clemency., The Attorney tf. Sumpter in the State of Florida. It i ill hereby the undersigned within the time pr"I'rib..lly -

I ... General's office ban now on file a huge budget ordered that the defendant do apnear, ....J law or this "'i1111t'1.1..1 in liar of their re-
'4' ( '
i "Brick Pomeror delivered a lecture in of petitions signed by hundreds of Salt plead answer or demur to the complainant i.I cuerarid tho-" indebted will come forward
.Columbus recently. While he was speak people, North and South praying for the Works! said bill on or "before the first Monday iN >..oy ai.d wake: jia\nicl to '

log handsome Newfoundland release and of Jefferson next or the name will IMS taken as confecedI'rovij"J :-=- 11'. W. bUEPPARD, AdmV. .
a dog happened pardon Davis, all I OF SUPERIOR that publication; of this. older be ..' s.B
3 t on tbe platform. After walking of whi.b are of no avail, owing to the he- S\LT furnished in any quintilier. requiredat .mada in rome newspaper pnbluhe in thi. Ulow. F b. 2.i 1867. 4l-8w.

around awhile be Rri.' fore mentioned rule' circuit once a week; for three niuntLi consecutivelv.
came :io -k, who -
i gently -.--- ....f--- tbe "Rocky Point Salt Works." on OW In .Chancery.

palling him remarked: : "Clever dog A HARD HIT AT TIIK UOMB GUARDS Tamps Hay, or delivered in this City at : .T. 'J. GIVENS, Cl'k Ct. Ct. /. the Circuit Court Sonthfrn JadiciaCircuit
". j if you were in New England they'd send, reasonable! rale .
During the Let singe of the war, says ihe Ftb.2.186i. 413m. of Florida, in ail fur Manatrt ;t
; to Congress. Whereupon there was
I JOB Richmond Edquirer whilst the Confederate Apply to !'u'tnty.. '
a laugh, and dog very deliberately left the H. ALBUUY NOTICE.
was retreating South Aynt. John A
i army through$ William,
t i'', ,.. stage when Brick immediately added : Carolina Sergeant McD- of Water Tampa, March 23d, 857.. 48if. Six month after date. I will apply to the J
=: *e. > Hill:! for Divorce 't
"The dog even is insulted at tbe offer.Tbe Jude, of Probate of HilUboro' County, foia -
North Carolina, WM Hut on detail to ihe final Hettlefllelit and tliirliari'O .. .. iUrtht William-
: f Puritans would only want him because '-- from.. --)n-">ii.. J
town of M-, where a regiment of home i..tratioon the Estate of M. C. Brown late BILL '
We black. If he'll come back I'lla I RAVING BEEN FILED in rffioe
A my
*. guards were stationed.! These valorous be Look Here aid County ilec'd. in the "IMI\ll'lIljll..1. cause, and it" being t

apologize"fi. .. roes, seeing: soldier from the front gi, lh. S. B. TODD A.IraV. made to appear by afSdayit, that the drfvn 1 I"

I ... Bred round him, eagerly inquiring (lie news Sealed Proposal will be received, by the un L>e bOba.oon. dantieide.* beyond the limit ,-f the :onth,rn
r t- A Mizix: or TUB BABIES.-Some time ''N'ewel"! said Mock, solemnly "I believe to alurd8\', 18th of 1ta\ nut Tamps Sep. 29, 6ft. 6 m. Judicial Circuit towitmlhe Mute of.. Ial>ama: f"

I: alto there was a dancing party given! up there is Yes there is little when tb..yiIl be opened: at the county cite. It U hereby ordered that the d :fan.lant do aj b. t'
none. a
: t North ; most of the ladle: present bad Barlow, at 10 o'clock. A. M.. tor,Ihe building Notice. pear and plrad.j answer or demur to the voni- p J''
but it's not of much importance ; old of a Court Rouse: The dimension plain ant. said Bill
,. 40X30 ot <>r before the best Mon +t
little babies whose
i i noisy perversity re.. HarJee burnt up, a regiment of home feet with upper and lower rooms ; Roof 50 days, in Jucii.trextorthrsuoewilibetaken< y'v. .

.quired too mach attention to permit the, guard at Florence, the other day, to keep feet. Ipformation as to the plan of the home SIX MONTHS from this. date, I shall present coufe. td l. FruriJtJtYttl publication this If'
mothers to enjoy the dance. A numberof them from falling into the enemy's bands. can be obtained at the office of the Judge of accounts and vouchers to William M. ,, order \'e made in some news p"p-r pul li-he.l

r gallant young men volunteered to Mack walked and Probate, or at the residence of James B. Crum, Garrison Judne of Probate for Heroando Co. I I in this Circuit once a week tor three COD,..cU' .
coolly on, no more live
I Eqr. for final settlement month '
watch the young one while tbe parents a on the Estate of Rebecca
indulged in a 'break down. 'No sooner were asked.A By order of the County CommiMioner. o Mundeo. dec'd, and ask to be discharged from II Ii R. feLE01) Cll Ct. C't. 4
Polk"County.. the. further administration of Ianllt..t' Couutv.U '
sad( .
bad the left the babies in CocRaoxors : tbe .- .
women charge pa. JOHN'IMV1DSON, ALLEX B. MUN'DEN', Adm'r L Mitchell. Sol.. for Com pi I
of the mischievous' devils, than they stripped sengrs by the Cbalanooga sunk in Cumberland Pnid nt of the Board. Feb. 9th, 1867. 42.6m April 20th. '67. So

". : the infants, changed their clothes, giving River, were a man, his wife and Bsrtow April:! 13,1867. I

: the apparel of one to 'another. The five' children. After the boat struck the Notice. '

,,'i :' 4 dance over, it was lime to go' bume and Evansville Journal says and it was found Ts hereby !given' to sit those indebted to thin Notice. .

; ,the mothers hurriedly took each a.baby she was sinking, the husband with a most Fair JVoice 1 Estate of W. J. Spencer, dVe.1. that unless *"

,. e io the dress of her own, and started some refreshing tend erne.* for bit mortal body, they tome shall forward at once and'mottle| up their i Thirty day after lrtte. hall apply to the
account bo
!' I to their homes let or fifteen miles off and nimbly jumped on shore, leaving bit wife officers tor placed collation.tLe hand of th I 1'iobnte Court of lliil! "l"rough coun- 1"IJ.
hereby caution all proper r; State ot rWi.a.! for ..n order to fell Lot .
\. were far on their way before daylight.Bat .- and children to their fate. The wife with ,I driving, boyinir. *ellinj persona; or .hipping from ___ Wm. S. SPEXCER.A.m'r.i) !i 3. and the halt of Ul 5. i& lll-xk 5. accvrdirg 1

e I don row in tbe I'eUldDent ; mother dies voli >n of a. mother, sized] h< r children, Upper and under t.ttin one ear. and split in of Wai.11. Fanwi.g., dec'd.

,. covered that single night had changed one at A time and tossed them a.hore, as the other-Branded D, and figure 5 inside!, be Notice Wm. M FANNING, Adm'r. ;

f! i the sex of their babies-observation disclosed the boat floated down stream. They all longing to roe. Tampa April IJth. JSt.'i. 4w

land ilia clear of the Crop and upper dope in one ear, hole and I '
t I' .' the physical phenomena, and then water, and chimed
I up the other '. y .- L SE"TL E.11ES7
split 10 ded. M. P. ,% LL indebted to the t
commenced of the tallest the bank like so rats. After persons Estate of Fran t tit
t. J some pedestrian many teeing Also crop two pliU in each t'ar-DraltdeJ I ft.ciaLeelate of Manatee .
after date 1 will
.. ism ; living miles apart it required two all her children safely ashore, the mother M..I)., 'the 1'1('Ipt'rtof Pot t-banahan. I,. required to mak immediate county payment and SIX '* and vouiher to the present hut Jn.fge my ac of t 4.-

: dip to unmix the babies, and as mnny i leaped a
. t i-I months to r store' tbe women to their shore the heroic father and husband approached -I ked and branded c.ttle, will be prosecuted according are required to t present their .claim duly nuthentnated settlement ot the rMaleol licheal Wall des s
: t natural sweet dispositions. To this! day it J ,' and slapping her aflecuonaUly 1. to la.. within. twoyears or they will be I censed, aud at the same time wait a.k for 9 dies fe
forever bured.
;- : t is unsafe far the baby mixers to venture on the back, exclaimed, ..'Brill. "''f you, DANIEL JHANAIIAX.Kev : t charge! fro II further aJtnn.istration th.rrun't
KEZlALEEAdmVx. JAMEa C.LTllS.: A JU1'rTamr"
Wrsl March
: .' i into the territory. j old woman. hI, 4C Gm.I. ( Frb. 51. '
'. I anatle! t., IS67. May 1st. 136;. 3 "m
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