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 25, 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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G. CRAFT Editor, l TAMPA[ FLA. MAY 25.1867. VOL 2-NO.5. f' ,

T. K.; SPJBffcEB Proprietor. I
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:,,. : ', ::: ProfessionalH. r [ ,gang. THE FLORIDA PESWMR. LAWS from that aid the officer county shall site gift thereof public: Provided notice,, RESOLUTION. to [provide No 7.]for the ,Establishment . I I 'i j'j'I :

) by posting band bills ilL three different of certain Lost Bond.

L MITCHELL..AEEOBHEY PcstisHtD SATTBDAT IT OF THE of the where WHERKIS it has been'msde to'
naT parts of the county, place apparent I t R
T. K. SPENCER. FLORIDAPASSED they propose to keep their said offices. this General Assembly that two bondsof

AT LAW. STATE: OF Pasted the lions of Representatives NOT. tbe State of Florida,numbered respectively I;

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : n. 1866. Passed the Senate Nov. 24, 1866.- S27 and 828, and conditioned t
;. --TAMPA FLA.- AT THE the Governor Den 1,1868.RESOLUTIONS' each for
,4 One copy Oil year ., .'. .$3.00 Approved by r payment of one thousand '

," One copy six ,months. .. . .1. 0 2nd Session of the 14th General r-- dollar, issued previous to the tenth day 'If ,,(
hill giveprompt attention to all basinet January, A. D. 1861, were destroyedby
-o---- Assembly-1866. \
*.trotted W hit cut.Tampa. tbe of
RATES OF ADVERTISING. army the United States at Co J

't FU ApT, 18th, '68, 1jJcn lumbia io South Carolina Mid bonds I
lea for No.1.]
On* square(12 brevier lines) or [
Published by Authority. belonging at the time! to Richard II.
A. HntDtuov. J. F. ITnDruoxHEMON first, insertion, (1 50 his '. 'I
For each subsequent insertion 16 oCuAMtR A RESOLUTION requesting Excellency, Lowndes; and "ben..,iL is the desireof p,
: Estate and Legal Notices will be charged at the Governor of this State and our delegation the of this Stale in j
: people no manner '
: the United State to
: & HENDERSON 1,621.-No. 86.] to Congress use
the following rates: :J'
their influence with the authorities aWa.hiogton voluntarily to erode the payment of .
Application or Letters of Administra An Act to change and define the BoundaryLine to have released from confinement tbeir! just debts, or take tbe flDt.age.o( E 1 -. a
bon, 1600 between Orange and Brerard coun-
at Fort Jefferson on the Florida coast, accident so to do and Tbereas, justice
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Notice to Debtors and Creditor, 8 01 ties. ;
Application for Diitmwion 12 00 all persons snffering an illegal imprison meat, requires that said bonds should be reestablished 'f'. f
TAMPA-PLA. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and etpedially to bring to the attention of
Announcement of Candidate. 6 00
and Huse of Rtprttmatlrt of the Stale his Excellency: Andrew Johnson President ; Therefore, is
,. Advertisements specifying' the handed number of foe.*; publication Insertions, to not be of Florida in General Assembly convened; I of the United Mates,the cue of George St. SECTION 1. Be it rewired by the Senate ;j
"Will practice in the Southern and Eastern Legar Grenfell now held under sentence of end House Jtepretentatieei the Stale t q
of of
Circuit published until forbid and charged according That from and, after ide JMH"O; i>m .icl ..
of the State. close confinement for life by a military com- I
I of Florida in General Assembly convened, .f.fThat'the ,
-that the Iwut.dniy: Inv ilivijtnff! Of3njj .
Tampa, May 46th, 1864. *-6mo. mution.SKCTIOS.
and Treasurer of this
hiid Brtvar I c''n, 'i'e l.nU\ i ,! Hi" pargldl'ttr.atn ': 1. Be it resolved by the Senate Governor

A. .ALLEN. jtosinrss ([: rag.G l ton.h'1'i! 27 Oil' 29, tioiu-" liic in* and ROtA' of fiepreietlativei of the State State be, and thejr are bjrebj authorized .
;. v.iib '..Loumliiv and required to issue two bonds of the
trrieetion ot il."- eoi 1 prteic'I:: Florida in General Assembly convened, I
; ATTORNEY AT' LAWn Dau",IIoule Painter, warbler sad Bu {. eastern "f I'olk: t ,tiMon the> That his Excellency, the Governor of this Stale of Florida of one thousand dollars ,
i Painter, will attend to all business tnh ; each, payable on the 1st day 'of January
gry writ. and its ir.t rllection n with) the RI. Johua State And our delegation* to the United l
-:,unr.t. river tbe that the Souibttn A. D. 1877 and bearing interest at the :
Tampa, Fla, May 4th, 1867. 2-tf. on eat to ) States Congress, be and they are hereby
Ax.-1 Solicitor \ Equi boundary of Orange county be tbe above earnestly requested to use their i influence rate of 7 per cent: per annum, and deliver f' '
the to said Richard III; Lowndesin Q
describeil I line. same
MR- CHARLES CHACE.'Af with the authorities at Washington to
i TAMpA. FLA. lieu of and in for said lost I
J' ; See. 2. Be further enacted, That all have released from confinement at Fort Jefferson psvmest I ti
JILL GIVE prompt attention to all botinII \ laws and pam of laws io cond'vt with this, at Tortugai, oo the Florida coast, bonds. .

,, .M entrusted to their care. q act be and the same are hereby repented. aUpetlOD' suffering ao illegal imprison- i Patted the House of Represtntatires December I .
September lit, 1866. 10( .6m.t IS 1866 Patted the Senate December 13, .
F ( "
UontieelIoFla,J' now .Panned the House of Representative Nor. meat, and specially to bring to the altea- December < I t .
U avititto Tampa, where 26, 1866 Fatted the Senate December( 1, 18-'idon, of hIS Excellency, Andrew Johnson, i 1866. Approved by jovenior I ,
S CRAFT. will spend a few week 66. Approved by the Governor December 6, 14,1866. ,I
the purpose of. and !i. 1666. President of the United States the case of

prepared take pic I George St. Leger Grenfell ,now held! an- [No 8.J] -p, $ 1
t ATTORNEYAT: LAW.Tampa the latest and mOlt improved styles of the day. 1 der! sentence of cloe confinement for life RESOLUTION to Establish a Mail Route -

i: Will insert cheaply.Photographs : CHAPTIR 1.622.0.. 87.] by a military commiMion.Sec. Bt it resolved by the Senate and Rowe : 1 1of

Vx.Baring An Act to alter and define the Boubdary Line I 2. Be further molted That tha Representatives of'the Stale of Floridain ,

Ainbrotji of I'olk county. of this State would taket he releaseof General convened That I
engsged now,fully in the practice SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate people Anemlty our
: of( Law. will attend to any business entrusted Ferrotypes, and Jlvtiic the these unfortunate and suffering captivesin : Senator elect to Congress be instructed, I.
; to wy care in the Southern Judicial Cir! In ease,Lockets, tc. of Representatives\ of Stele'l her border, confined, for the most part, and our Representative be requested to use I
Florida in General
cnit. All who with to have tbeir.botoftrapbt' do: of Attembly c"n
because: of difficulties growing out of the their infiueuce to the establishment I
Office: In the K. E. R om. 'n rear of the would do well to call soon as be expect to That the \Wtern Itoundary Lino of Polk procure
'T i.: a It...k and 1)rutr tore"'f' stay but a short while in Tampa lie will always i i county shall be .o altered, as to I leave the ji late. war, as a return of peace in fact instead of a mail route from Tampa in Hillsbor- _
". _3..11$' & If. be found at. hi* Galley up aLain in the (1) section of thud on which is the I of in name, aDd that such an act of ougb County, to the town of Manatee in i "
( ) ,
Coiirt. "i quarter humanity and justice on the;part of the the County of Manatee, and from- thence ; I
"l'-" I present residence ol Jobu 1) llauleison in I
House..l. I National! Executive would exert a roost ex to Pine Level the county site of tbe said C :

i I ., _.:;. L FLX'LEY: I ; HARRISON, t j Ilillnboro'cocniy.Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That all |!' cellent influence on the people !of the whole county of Manatee, to be carried 'on horseback ;

law. iu conflict'with the pioviatons of country. once a week. :

.. 4T, : HKEY AT: 1.Aw. :BOOt: act be and the sam are hereby thi'I' S, Pained 1866. the Paired House tbe of Senate Representatives Dec., 1868. Dec.Approved : Be further resolved That the Secretary t :

." \.. '." Pawed the Hou.e of Representatives Dee. 3, I by the Governor Dee. 10 1866. of Stale be instructed to furnish a copy ; i

:ni\iOKSVILLE FLA. -AND- 1866. Fused the Senate Dee.6.1866. Approved of this resolution to our Senators and Rap- .

; :- ;:' rtirein, the Southern and Ea.lern11. by the Governor Dec. 10, 1866. re* ntalir elect to the Congress of the t

; :. ..'.:'tr. [No. 2.] United States. '

r ..1. ... '06. ly SHOE... MAKER: CHAPTER 1.623.-No.88.] A ; requesting his Excellency, Patted the nOUN of Representative December I,
----- the Governor, to correspond with the President -
1, 1866. Pasted the Senate December
MEDICAL NOTICE. An Act authorizing the county of Polk to i i.* I of tb. United State on the subject of the Governor December I
, 0 HAVING just arrived with a good stock of sue Bond, and for other purpose having Congress dODal.the Arsenal Chattahoochee 4,1866.181, Approved. by
and all article neceuary for making to the State of Florida for a Peni 10.
DR. JOHN P. CRICHTON fine Boot and Shoes retpee tfully inform SICTIOS 1. Be it enacted by the Senate tentiary. r -

the citizens of Tampa and surrounding country and House of Jtepreiematiret of the Stilt [No. 11.]
fkrFE'y HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the Senate *
U .... the citizens of Tampa. that he i i. now prepared to fill all orders in of- Florida in General Assembly convened, and ffovte the Resolution relative to the Pay of Members of -
Representatives of
Office at hi. residence. bit line with neatneM cheai'>ne.* aud di.patch. That the County ComminsiuLers of the of the present General Assembly.Be .
Shop-Firat door Wett of Frie le't Store. State Florida in Gtnral.d"m ly con ;
April 20th. 1867. 624m.Carts. of Polk autborized, io
Tampa.March 16th. 1867. tf. County are toned, That his Excellency tbe Governor, it resolved ly t.h Senate and Howe ;
f. their official capacity, to issue Bonds of tbe Jtepretentatiect of the Stale of Florida
UShlt5 S < b*, and bt is hereby requested to correspond of (
to such amount will be sufficient .
county aa convened That the
CHAS. G. HASSELEF with his Excellency tbe President of in General Assembly ,
I' to raise the sum of five thousand dollars, )
of Public Accounts be and
the United States the Comptroller ,
I r. F. XITC' I1. n. L *11'8*'". payable at such times at the County,Commiwionera on subject .
be is instrccted to issue to each
Congress to donate the Atsenal at Chatta hereby e
,::BOOt may direct, and drawing eight member and officer of tbe General
; F. F. IITCIII B L&CO. boocbee to the State of Florida for: a Penitentiary present
i cent. and said
annum County
per per and that his Excellency the Governor Assembly, a warrant for the amonntthst
-AND- Commissioners are bereby authorized to be also! to shall be due said member or officer and
place acid Bonds in market and make sale
that the of said warrant .
other correspondence and take other upon presentation .
-: :- SHOE of the same : Provided, that said bonds that :bia judgment dictate as to the Treasurer, be shall pay in currency .
steps may
j-MAKER shall not be for leu than
hypothecated sum such
best for promoting the object indicated in fifty percent on the amount due to

(Eoraraisslon JUrrC l1l1ts, seventy.five cents in the dollar. this Resolution, namely obtaining gratuitously member or officer and tbe balance io State 1 '
SEC: Be That tbe
2. further enacted
Ruing removed from Mr. Harriton't stab tbe said Arsenal building and Treasury warrants. '
to his old stand at the "Krauie raised by the sale of bonds shall
73 New Orleans.
Pordrn St. money 1
grounds for tbe State of Florida, tote used Patted the Hon,e of Representatives Dee.7,
offer bit services the
at Ie to public. constitute K fund for paying: for the building .
Pawud tbe Senile Iee.8, 1866. L i
for the of 1866. Approved .
Work will be ut'eul..l..ilh ai much neatness, purposes a Penitentiary.
r 31- POST of a Court House and) Jail for tbe use by the Governor Dec. li, 1866. .
cheapness and despatch a* it can be done rrewh R J
Passed the Houne of Representative December ,
lof said ,and shall be paid into the -
<>re. Attention given to repairing. 12, 1864. Patted the Sfolla&e Df'C. IS, 18S .
14d'sa'ess, La+anu r:1 iw,, Tamp., April 27th,, 18A7. 1 tf ..County! Treasury by said Commissioners, Approved by the Governor December 14, 1866. [No. 12.] Ii'Joint

'. and that no (part thereof sbnll be drawn Resolution relative to the Pay of Member ,
.x I I out except for said purpose, and then only and Officer,of the General .Allembl,)'. In
: ; Merchant. I upon the order of said County Commissioned [No. 3.] SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the Senate t(1

--- -... -- in sued sums :and, at such times as JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing his Excellency and House Representatives of the State 1I
TilE A NO. 1 STEAMSUIP the Governor, to a General .
the said Commissioner deem cessa-' grant
TAMPA FLA. may Florida in General convened
nf Assembly
: Amnesty and Pardon for Crime and Misdemeanor I ,
t attend promptly to all basin*** en. ry to provide for the payment of the interest committed against the pence and ; That it shall tu the duty of the Secretary .'

WILL. to hi* care on said bond, and for their final re- dignity of the fc>tat. during the late war ; of the Senate and Clink of the House of'
t3f Consignment respectfully solicited._.Jp demption.SEC. airainut the United Stale Representatives make out and certify to ;
:i AUi:1.t 1:5.: .6&. 18tL 3. Be itjurlher enatttd, That said Be it resolved by the Senate and House the\ accounts of each member tbe Senate f'

County Commissioners Hrd 1 deirbv, author of Representatives ('jill.t State nf Floridain and House of
ALLIANCE.GEORGE Representatives
I ; CABINET SHOP I izvJ to levy HiitnifU'r. !! Mirli tax upon the General Anembly convened, That his with tbe Clerks and Officers, together of 'the t I

STAPLES, Captain. people r Ir siul unity of Polk II!> is nee* Excellency the Governor of tbe State of same, and on presentation of the said certificates I ;,

! '; r TUST OPENED. WHERE ALL KINDS OF Will leave Xew Orleaqi on the 17th of each I tssarj to IrOinIN; JP i he pTii'.t of the Florida: bf.l, and he is hereby authorized to the of the State t
I i .. J Furniture will be made to order. Such a and Key Wet on the 2nd of JLte'eM t-i hii-l bono.< wt.fii ,01110,1| \ forth i.nil requested to grant genera] Amnesty '
be be
I Rod is to issue to ,
each month on return trip; touchi:;: earls i Bureaus, way at the hurts of l'tnMeol1'lachitols., .. each applicant a State Warrant the I
the pttliC+ h1riIi'. :in! ""iJ bt'iJ any crime or misdemeanors! upon
Bed.tcadf, St Marks. Cedar Ky, Tamps md Dry Tortu- SEC. 4. Be it further enueld, Tint; all t !!against the peace and dignity of ibis State Treasurer of the State ; said WarrantA I t

i Wardrobes. gn l'r.ItRI S d: IIERSEV.Apvnts ; town dun b !onging !otl I". county of P.nk, I I ilurhjf! : th" Ute war waged against the shall be paid fifty per rent of the total I j,

: Tete-a-tetes Sew Orleans, when o!t.J l, the niouty llivrefor wall! not IK. Ucited State Aml/uulof the{ same in United StaUs legal t

't -- I Armor, A. DENIIAM.A applied for nay other purpose than for tbe I Pas"ed the Senate November Patted tender, or N'alion.alllank Notes, and the 1 1
cent* M. :Marl War- .
..... .. lul"., W. G. VKURIS.Agent purpose of erecting pul.iio: buildings of the House of Representative December 7, remaining fifty percent. in Treiwury.
i Divans, Tampa. -' the county in the town of Bartow. 1866. Approved by the Governor December runt in sums of one hundred dollar, and. f

'. rawengen are requested to their 1 II, I860. fractional sums a* the case may require. t
-'. Ac.Alto ; procure Pn i>ed the Senate Xo,. 22 1SC6. PM .I! the that
: ticket previontto going vn bond. : IIou. of It"pr"elltatiYttl\. :1. Ib6d. Approved SEC. 2. Be farther retolved. the

:i ..\d Furniture particularatUntfoa'glven cleaning varnishing t.e repairing Al..> February 2-1 1667. 41-lt. i by the Uoxtrnor, Dec. 1. ltiti [No..4.] Secretary and Recording Clerk! of the Senate I

atriet attention to the "Uodtrtaki g." "Up -- JOINT RESOLUTION in relation to the and tbe Chief Clerk and Recor "

t r ...* ..tring."atthe all l ort* tjjotice. nealeataua, HERR I.1N \IVEiSSBDOD.4k \: posed Constitutional Amendment. pro- : ding Clerk of the house of J Represents,
t and cheapest rate, for the timer 1f CHAPTER IG2--So.89.& ] allowed six t
u e lives be, and) they are hereby
I SecTiox 1. Bt it resolved r
I \ ,, Rooms-oppowU J, Ferri Store. . eaebto, bring up tbe unfinished .
and house ay
SADDLERfarnettMalccr I. ate of Representatives the
i' J. D. llA\"GOOD.f ; Polk county. of I tbe General Assembly.
business of
I t Tampa March Ud. 1S67, 48 tt Slate of Florida in General Assembly present I /
emitted the
t. SECTION 1. Br :t by Senate
f : ho It t ce' j of 10. r
/ Up e r c. vend That tbe amendment to the Constitution Pasted the house Repretentalive I .
and nf.t'e of Rrprcitnttfive nf the State Dec. 10, 1506.No. t
f Will\ attend to any basinets in thi line withI of tli.. United States I860. l'aueJ the Senate
bn in General .Aiscmbly proposed as I
t Tayfi1 t!J o !]e neatness and dispatch. I am now prepared of eonvenrd. Article XIV in
4 to fix Mattre+, .+ cheap or cheaper That, until this erection of a Court house tbe Joint Resolution of the [ 13.] : I
1 -ITTE HAVE IN STORE Few done elsewhere. I bo found' of Congress of tbe United States, is not ratio .
than i it can he can in folk county: the! Jules Probate and Resolution relative to the c( the ",
; .. \f "MYid of Orl loI" Stoves, of .. at all time at m.hop., on the orpoiite .ij of Clerk! of the Circuit: Court of Mill county I tied. Contingent Expentet of this General.Juernbly.SECTIOV. '
..t 'n tittr quality: than ever before the trst, and a little Cast of Mr. J..Ferris Passed the Hou of
1 1be IIn.t! they nrt li rt-bt authorized to keep c Representatives December 1. Be it resolved,by the Senate 1 Lr

'i 1 I *,flVda ;ibis iiurk'l. Call and K>" fur Store. 9HERRMANN: WEISSBRODTamp i I"b ir respective oflueHHt! any place in saidcount' 1 I960. IVsed the Senate December 3. and House Representatives. of the Stale ,
( 1866. the Governor
I Approve by Dceetuber
: t k ouMlns. I SPENCER MANN 1 Pept22, 'S6 Si, Ira not more than four miles distant 6. 1866 .__ of Florida in General AssemUyeoarened's t ( '

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p TUB I1Di. PBMSIMR. Senator' rriarvin. [From the 1lou loo T..lt'grsph.] ed CDOD to exhibit these virtues in the We most heartily: and eheerfullyenderse:
I The following: extract of a letter from Go,,". Throrkiaortoii's Lotlcr. most eminent degree. We'have seen men I the following mon seueiblaidess! :and good!

Senator Marvin to tilt Editor of the 1'en- undeMbe<- enthusiasm! of noble impulses: I 'advice, which. we fiuJ in' the Florid Sen* : ,.

;,acbla l 0/eety/ .tr. rt tn-actt'. "" kws il1 it i I't '' and the'excitement: of battle, march boldly: tintl. : ; .
feet accordance with those! heretofore enunciated ". ) and deliberately'into the jaws of death.-'f. Inactivity Exploded. :t
5th, 1807.
April fCol f
by: usjlana fur which, wo rpppose, Yet my experience teacL.s me that such lire Lave b4d l some'''ma tcrty itn tifily" ,I
we have of uncb rita- (fliAielSrnitirllottstonTeras : U not the result of the bilunt'or, I
; received a gooJ.deal dating; ; papers in Florida and Gfoig.a; and"pasirJ'try" < ? ..
L. tilecenstires;..tlm! A' 'TANTPAT- \. ".' .. is too strong ro'fl is't;' at the lime of tvceiting your last favor'lounswerty ;.. with vi=ions of glory, the eve mIY buruf'nerd endeavoring to kick up a'dastabotitthe ; r

'- = :: ', = = -= Now If ,toe' have been wrong in our position return post. The present: is the and flash with the ardor of battle, and 1 j t reconstruction measures, thd were sp.
SATURDAY.,. lrlay1511i' -: 1&C7. upon} the point embraced in the lotlowing !- earliest moment of I leisure I have bad.I .- the Leant may swell with emotions too uently viling! to endure military govpft.i -

u """--- extract, then, Senrtor Martin.is. I [ was much; gratified at the expression of grand: for utterance, and yet, such: courageas I i meat for all Liiurl0 mete ra.lh'nr titan tafcoj
.t; 0' ; -l cw Advertisements.n likewise wrong, and we have the cpasola- your. Tiesaud.fiod tbeyaecord with the : would impel its victirrs to the cannon juioulb II j j action bo the I Ittgi81atioriol C. r igr -*.' Pcb-

;otite tc'i'ax' 'ttyers=J: H:'' iteben: ,VS2. * Extract oficternalReveuueLaws-J. II.Mitchell. 'pany.'TTTeasTtlirT pOInt of talent, as we i gentlemen with whom I have Lad correspondence men. ,.in \times, of great public,: ,cnJi! ratty,, or beat them out of the "nuuWrlv'* "refugennd / a,
would be, if we- were with those who censure i in different (parts of the State.- popular commotion, to stand up! coldly'and then,- for a while, we wits treated) to a /

-.. Notice to Debtors and Creditors Mian- mi ,. The recent act 'of Congress directing) the avow convictions.for, the general good that conrst>.of.hair spliltysg on the word* ''sub/ ,
"So'far 'as I 'car, now foresee, I think details of execution the first act, ba relieved are radically at variance with the prjndices mh",and."accept ;" and we were .gravity
tbyGrabam. the attempt to arrest the execution of the I us of any doubts as to the propriety partialities, long,cherished bopts? and desires advised to "submit": to the terms! yiopv ed.
With. ... military reconstruction acts of Congress of(tlliat course was best to pursue, in order of those to whom they ar s addressed. bnt not to, "accept;" because acctBianco} 'rl e'
r ,. the the. present number, wo complete by an inju'ction.rrolD the Supreme Court; that Ihe terms of the first might be Pride, enthusiasm: or ordinary .courage denotes an act of the will and is voluotarp _
t publication of, the laws passed by thelast6esiiqn which has been applied for en behalf! of complied witb. The views I 'nprs; ed toy mar'cruse the'reckless! sacrifice of Individuaf on the part' of the actor spenking .

:'I of Sour.Legislature. Georgia nod Mississippi, wilt'proTe a' fail ullelf and other gentlemen shortly after life;' butwhen a great and gallant people of tho terms laid before us by the acts of

1 '. 'Tbe steamstiip), Star-Mciur-Master ure. I docbt if the injunction will ever: be the passage: of the Sherman bill, have aru conquered and 'overcome, when Congress, we could never discern the difference
rj ffoo., West, nr- granted' all,;and if' it should: be it will 1 been !strengthened by reflection. In my they are oppressed! and spurned, and their between submission, acceptance
alb'jo\t.e laHbia port., Key ou the come tbolate to'-prevent the holding of the judgment, there should be uo hesitation on very misfortunes heaped upon them as acquiescence or compliance.! We'deemed, <-

E b t" _. I., elections, be meeting- ;.of the Contentions, the part of our people iu conforming to crimes! and every means used to make it, from the(;first, expedient that the people J
t the making of the new Constitution. and the conditions imposed. While we: ft'ell) t I them the instruments of their own torture should comply with the terms proposed -

4 Oaryoucgfriend, AMBsKKLLT,, bas: our the tAb1iLment'Jr a flew Slate Govern- \ that the law is unjust ar.J harsh, and that and humiliation, it requires the loftiest for roooD ruc; i6n. We have been .
e 'j luanktorlb j r|{ Watermelon 8tnt to i menl. Under these circumstances, it becomes there is no good reason why it should have courage to overcome the animosities! ; 'sand kept two years out' of the Union, to. the a

..ourifcethhseason. Onr. Devil wuLes tbe interest. of the people of Florida been so severe and that, without IIr.y desire prjudices of the'popular heart, and to combat injury of aJ! out interests.

', soma' one else.woald do .likewise., i to register themselves us voters, all who on the part of the white race, it may: the terrible surrounding of an outraged Anyfurther/delay! will,entail' upon"m! I
H. -.-, ,. -* : ran, and endeavor to harmonize with the prove of great :injury to the black Vyet it public sentiment. Vet all this'Ts demanded more inJurYt, nd possibly the threatened '
t TUE PORTRAIT GILLEBT,will! be taken : colored voters', soajto'avoid the arraying presents a plan of adjustment, and }however of us by the highest conbideralions that 'confiscation. The Southern

down in a few, day, '''1'the'' Artist will : of one, class against another at the polls onerous, we should not fail to avail qurselves ever appealed to the understandin'ofmcn. plunder endured: ) shunt all they can ,

v J lea re tu. Those therefore. interested I as much as possible, and to try and elect of its provisions, and Jo the very It can 'only l be "accomplished by the most bear--now let us take the first sttp toward r
a '- would,do well to take due notice thereof good; sensible members to the Convention best we can to restore peace and,) pro"peri- enlighttntil patriotism, guided by reason dire f rallmt'nt -,nd) restoration. Action ;

end govern themselves accordingly., a nd General Av-embU. ." t).. Those! of us who are difr.mrhsed: and fiitamitd: by seti-! >LntFS.I wi!/ scot be in our power upon the com- II

'- -- ... -- .... .. can well Afford to submit to su<'h denial of feels an abiding: confidence that the : p/letioi) of the, arrangements for registra- 4 i

'- 1 ': Our Exchanges- this, week, 'having furnished RIOT.ix NBW ORLEANS-We have a the privileges of freemen if it will! l be the I people of ''fl'Xawill not falter or prove .,.liun ; and then eveij :,voter should prompt. ':ii

us with a copious of" rumor of another collision in New Orleans means of bringing qt1CI! gooJ order, and inditr rent. Every citizen of the Mate: ly place! liimwlt'in a position to exert" hU
very C-
lections" and the religious intere on the 13th inst.! between the white and : fra'ernal accord to the country.. If suchMcrifloe however exalted or humble his bpaore, power a: the p(>tls to prevent the State 4 ftJ..
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continuing in oar. .midst, colored population of that city Gen. will be the means of relieving the should f feel that his county}' demand/ of f : from falling under the domination of the .
t our mind, Loa copsiderable thereby extent diverting from Sheiidan bad embarked fur,Texas and wan country from; military! rule, of restoring i him prudent and t-fficfent service: nns that : disorganizing radical! element our midst, ,

# seeplar'matters,'we bnve prepared! recalled by telegraph to suppress the die the sacred right: of trial by jury' in the his services may be more potent; !twr good jl 1 alwujs membenrg that our default wit! t
: nothing courts nnawed by bayonets, nnd aid in i ,now than at future ptriovK.' Everyone I I \
of our otcnfotour reader in the turbance.' About three hundred persons 10- any sum I'IdtJ tbe State into the hands of alien
hoping that our selections presentcumber are reported killed and wounded. This is storing our countrymen lo their native : who is entitled should register and! i .nd political profl'gates who will use {
mayprove land who wander in exile it should! I vote at the proper time and tucsu who
more acceptable l titan I the legitimate result of Gen. Slu ridaD's in- now are the power for their own and our oppres
could J'arniih'from! our own any. thing,, we terferrence in the State and City Govern be cheerfully made ; and I can conceive ono f disfranchised s'.ioulJ! encourage others that\ sion.:
pen.Internal menu of his district, and of hit more worthy sacrifice that a patriot are not. The best and jrti isest ir.en who -.. I.

-----r. -- Special Order,: o.2R, whereby he has reduced heart can make. are allowed: to sit, shoufd 1 bo !H l :cted: for A writer ,uj;: 2..s>t8 that. it wouldxt\ justas !
Revenue. the active police force of New Orleans ily'prompt :action in accepting the termspropoed members to the Convention. No impo- well for the productive industry! of thee II
We would call the special attention of l by one-h.tlf.\ we can i promise ourselves H re- ment should! be thrown in the way of th country;; those! who are: lugging the negro

every one, intrrt1lted, to the notices in to .. leave from the terrible suspense, #o injurious newly enfranchised class, but every reasonable into polities'would instead, persuade I j
s, day's issue, of Mr J.. II. MncuKLL, Assistant friend, to every interest of the country, \n I means and!/ neourll;eii.nt should be him to stay in the field and work-be bittyter -
Asseuor.10th' Division i ," Iistcr Fla. Our old bachehr Winter, must which we have been involved since thexsurrender. extended: to t: em in order that they ma for the negro, better fur the white man. A '

We'are honest in expressing our opinion .. have a paramour somewhere about Tampa ; By non-action we leave theState <>y wittiest hindrance their njw priviven -' {
that in air M., are, embodied, all the foL although betook,his final leave of us, government to be controlled ly the I loges., The instruction rulesL in relation to the 1
':characteristicsof, perfect( gentleman,'and 1 all we all supposed] and. embarked ,for the military along as! it may please Congress 'r ey re iu .no wise resp"n-5ble) for the I Bankrupt Act have been completed! under '

consequently, t.bat.b doss not wish to impOse North! some. threw mouths ago, yet. every to permit it, with the certainty in the future prose ,Mb to ,of things; and should! ibis tx the direction of Mr. Jeiicke, the author off "
any additional exp.nve" or burthen on week or two' be keep*' running back and bat: it will be superceded or aboli.-h- trao/uitWy enlargement of the right o I the lea. The Supreme Court is now to 4

any person in all our country, but as an tptuding a night or' two> with us. First ed. By such a policy we invite further! pro titpr.tgtt -t tend to destruction of repuMiinsiitulwis approve of.the iu'es! of practice, file lil\&c.\ ,
!tooeit'man and faithful) officer, he will be thing .we met when we got up Thursday scriplive and discriminating I 'gislation"wht'n / o or to the demoializalion when they will ins issued. The appoint- t
to follow his instructions. We morning lust, was old friend Winter at'the and ut.abla' and ruin of I tbti black*
compelled < we are utterly powerless they \tare not responsible. went of liege*tr8tor, fce, under the Act. '
would therefore urge.upon avery good citizen i door, _in (fact t. he had somehow got into our to avoid anything that may bo imposed.By ./- : Hereafter they are to be, !o tbe will be announced before'llie 1st June, and ;J
; the necessity promptness and faithfulness btil-room and, without our. knowledge availing ourselves of the terms offered peop'e! of the South, an element of polio on that day the Act will:! take effect. i
in this matter. And by all meets, covered os up i in a blanket. Now we doptoteet we may not preserve liberty, yet wugiaypreserve I:i cal power and strength, if wisely and properly ...r :
would we urge upon:oar fellow citizen the ", that whoever this little coquettish !lift and prevent further Uuroiliatioo. I I treated. What made B.rnutn rich 1 Adv rttsiD j.

importance of dealing in this matter honestly paramour may be, that she stop her pranks, We may aUo lay the foundation I Therefore it is to be earnestly: desired What sold th* Government: Bouds? Advertising.
and in and let old Whiter-go long home about for future'restoration ( that} all iliouLl be used
faithfully, by rendering a cor to petfec, equality proper means to What made BonnerN Lsdger *
'Tect and truth fnl schedule of all their taxable his buines! so as not to bother us any with the other Slates of the 'Union ; and I direct. these! p"-opli. to an I i tdrpotlt: and Ad .-rtriu: '''. What run S.. A: r. Stvwart'a

I 4 property. Will not those into whose more'till hilt..regular' time for his annual, vis ,I we may place! ourselves in ,a condition to I/I "' !se urn Ii( tLoLigli piivilvg; ; <-\'t'Irl'rrc.f I : I. ftirtuu-2 Ad 1 11U.I .

binds those notices or circulars may come, it. aid the great patriotic l1It 'sea of the na I am in correspond: wit!\ the mills ;/ I Itary OnO tickets! !n.t thL'ri>-. Uj'TS Ii,>u>4hi I. l
'take it' :'upon' tbmslvei' to Inform their ---- r.. --- lion in restoring the( Government to is: authorities upon the!; !'ul.j.j ct ofguratirgthe inant ; I s,- .me 1 .3' -".-iti.rr; What aio';s: the

;r less instructed neighbor in reference to We would call special attention to the original purity: and oreo more making: i it t Jt'lair"if rcorgmazati: :i; I, tlfJ t'uir.e'lc! wor'd' !.kcn .\ri-.ira iiaa ;ttYrr' t
r this subject! We hope they will. letter of Gi;,v. Thr'ocknvmon of Twxas.t .- the pride and ;gloyof e\try Americanheart have: ttiiilefd tl.o cocper.ition of the\;;i\.I'! Adt el t'si no; ; a

... --- I( It a plain, simple, yet able exposition. wherever found, in whatever climeor authorities of tie State in the execution>f -- .- t
teitioti.However'dark. the law. lexr.rst; Ilaw, llr.'lJl"AkTRR:' .
) General Orders Xo. C. of our tilualioo. It is tomewhut
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rtD1ark'l I h in\"il.d So. It ( Ji>ihl.T 0. FTnngt 1 .
and the
\vo attention to the
We see from General Orders No a. that able that scarcely a-man, who, r gloomy presenthour : nctssitynf f A twirl, f, Fla May 8,187. '
Ilernando- Sumpter, llill&borou'b: \ ; 1'olk, effit Tent and consistent service lo.the' lateLyifederate j aud. inauspicious it mty appear to. laving; difiufil and pt< lIIul.h..1. thjI I 1 -'In "rd.v' ifc.t.r (
UIIVC, shonM! nol detfisous heretofore. Li,l.Iing: vfti-iv: j" are aad security, .
I Manateeand Monroe counties compose the \ caus, can now be found, but I up} ant= tlll6lJ.il1IU"I1 aaJ. .uche, lhil and nill! ;
8th military division of Fla. with,. "Cspt. is in favor of reconstruction under he( I j thy and, indifference. Manly eu-rtior-: I I who ae rxi: TU:1t.J.thl\t: is. to what' extent I I limy law: rLriat, ii0bt th* '..':. 'Flurlrbithe; ,'
I :IticiURD COMDA, 7th U. S. Infantry, Brevet Acts of. Congruos! whilst a Urge proper- !' ,,'ilhJe..olute r purpose to repair lln- bituitionvand : I i I, lit fermi'"Execirive'iiid: : Juvlici.t ofilcei-I 1 (dlowtnE.nut,"" nr.. dtfi..1.. ta comdaa.
den .
: Major U. S. Army. Headquarters at tion of those now opposing, pra: :ing about !, 10 imj rove every opportunity to''J, go etr. I shall! make use' of every. 'mean s :' .of uhith Will np< rt -. these f.alquarcr. .
Tampa. Fla,* commandant.Ve) think dUbi-nor'humiliation',; ke, are those! who i better onr condition; is the' spirit tint':1,, to ad those who ari charged with the cx- wad at mot.theyJbrrenliti all "acf ;.1 it er.m.nJ", .
!: should\ guide and actuate: each Southern; '' i-ciition of the l law and] tLA same time I II times report !prone: i .- f'tlt.! snfraet! 4
: : at
shirked {
the people! of duo-8th' district have much service, in tin way of tllil'i'&e.' ., i! loll of b-. and take to tt;:,G Jr ,"ill doss
.4 frart tbmtEiemaiufianfaRosa.iiair..r.r.
during the 7 the j' vndca\or t.) {.usst4: myself of information: of tlepea" .
reason to congratulate! themselves upon war. is HMgninVant facts I I e : .
having an officer of BO roach merit,. as i and *lu,uld have due weight with everyone It is i neither wise nor !patriotic: to be sullen 1 necessary to enable th* people of tlfStata, I. h

aid to be possessed by the Major. We who hesitates to register, !:au.e'tlf and indifferent, to ;r\ile additional' to act intelligently. 1 hate: the assurance :. : .n".1.", 1-" .-.",,-. -4.1.
trouble and contribute such I from M.iior Gen. Griffin that he will! I inyton.Capta'n ,
art sure if our people act jadicioudy and its 'dishonor, humiliation," fcc. by acts, to snare S
faithfully in all the various slers towards ..._- injure the further confusion nnd disaster I no pains to have full and complete registry hrwet:' H SGanie.a rt, Sth U.s.:Artiilerv, .,
that will surely follow by delay.: On the of nil the 'legiloters l in the State! 'Minor. V. fi. :1. II eaqnartcrN] Furt .1'
that will ..
reconstruction receive liarranca
they Total .
every The Jeircrton Davis.Tiio i l'taracolA: harbor
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necessary aid\ and encouragement from I other) band, there it.t"r'y incentive to nclion. V-rv respectfully! ,
f .. telegraphic item which stated that I IVace, with her many attendants Your obedi'-nt servant, ,
the M jor, and we feel sure lint no tnilitary J"rh".l all ou : -
interpositions will be resorted to without Judge Underwood hail granted a writ of of prosperity! happiness! and) o'hlill, J, W. THUOCKMORTOS.ANSIST.UT J.ron. Jl'ahlla, i,..J'.ffN"on.Gfli"kt6trt; J/lldi"o",,,. Franklin, M
habeas at Alexandria for the l invites it. Fraternal accord, with the Toylor. .
corpus put renewal --- Lit-ut. Colonel) : .
a jost -ause.Vre all our military officers F. F. flint ';tI. U.t. ...
thn, military rule might;: then be tolerable puuoEbliugingMr.ll.visbefore his court i of resprot and estet-m among ooun- .\SSLSMr8)! OFFICE. I1t'AJqlll&rh'n, Tallahassee] 1-1.. InfantrJ"f".
i to but the frequent charges of corn to-Jay Monday.! .) xplatncd in the follow-! |I I try men mgg-Ms; it. The perprtnily of the U. S. HT2RRAL REVENUE 3 _
I in'fromhe\ewVerkTim: ...*. The writ _:o\ernmitit of our fathers! di..inthralledi : Hamilton, SUll'artnu'.:Lafayrttt" .
1 tnanders at Posts, adaionish u* to use: every jays 10th Division District f Col",6.o.
Florida -f
that paper, "is directed to General; Hurlon, i i From sectional) animosities, and unembar- iaker.. "-:
;:j ,means iblo to get from under it as soon as pos the officer in commnnd at Fortrl''I.Monroe., j!f; ra seJ by (fanaticismdemand, it. The pee I TJMl'A May 15th, 1867 ht: 15ent.:F:P Grris+m.iu, 7tl! tf: s. Infaiitrr .

I II I by "reconstruction. nnd was to. day taken by Mr. George; Sheawho ;i nius of the founder of American liberty, i\ision For the the information! of the people, of this City. BrevetCnpt.t'I'la.u : An lIeaJ'luarteu. Lake
1i following hs irom the '
I, #- v.I is 3'iociatE'dfhh Mr. O'Connor, j]! implores it. The renewal of national 11 I U. t Internal Kevenuo parngrit Laws, in] relation .
Jefferson Davit., as counsel for Davis to nil hmoll.l. where '! greatness upon an enduring; (.n..j.?., require* I Cicnrs. are hereby J'ublisLl.J:. 4 / F o
The illustrious State prisoner, so Ion: be will place it in the han.N' of ]IVpntv '! it. Tho sad condiiion! of thonsardsof: our SEC. "4. (Amended octf Nrmlford.Uarhua, Lrry, Jrrrion. 3
r by March 2d, Capt.. L I '
Detained/ in Fortress Monroe, has, atlen'tl) ; ". United States Marshal: W. A. Duncan, for i{i suffering, stnrvin .
been released on bail bond, to appear before service. ''The writ is made returnable! on'I'I children and disfll'hd: l heroes, plf-uls' e .

r the next term"of the! U. S. District .Cou:t, the second Monday in"mvv the 13th: in- ,I for it. Our own powerless and helpless ,That. on cigarette-. cheroots amt cjpirs or all 1 Vt.lltll,'ClaI b., Putnam." 't )
't 1 9t, the Eastern Utrici of Virginia, in September II an'Vitb reference to'the surrender t.f .,: condition dictates it. Then let us not I Itl-I: I Jo therefor oription, rive made of ;tobacco or any tnbstitute Capf. C. C. Kawn, 7tli U. b. Infautrv I" Heaflquarttra
next, where the Chief Justice is exI :- Dvis by the military authorities, it may it,itr, but march boldly' to the. work bet dollars. per.. thousand. Jaclson viL'e, Hu. -; {

pected to pretide. Ou the 2nd inti. George b., stated that his 'counsel profess! to hue t j jasnrrances fore us. Hy compliance with tbo teims of Src. 92. And I* H( juri!." tnaetfj. That i if -' '6. .
Underwood issued a writ of Half Cot from the Secretary War !I Congress, we no utotarxpresR! our approvj anv person other than the manufacturer bLaH CApt. A1(1nu .j. A. G.1 '
pus upon petnion of, Mr. D.niby! hi* that General" l.urton"will I e directed to j| al of the. law tluu: we lid when we com /ea. or consign, or remove foi ute, or part lIeadquartcrs, Fen.*:,Ji.,3. ,7th r a.U. ;t.''Infar.t-v; "I
counsel; directing the appearance vf the nbrvthewritinotberwonlsthstthrmititarj '. 1! rip.1! with the terms of the President's i| baeeo with the r"Hes.jon of any manctai-ture
prisoner i at Richmond; where he was accordingly custody of the prisoner .shall! teat?, I''! proclamation! by aholWiing slavery and re ;: ]1I) e.l, l M-utfor brought; liy Gen. HU'hcc"rn and that! he Us ..rendered to the'civil au- i|i pn.i.-itin'4oiir! public debt. We had lot kllowlNe a tleNtJ! !. Bach I prrsjn: puiJ.il all be Iiabl the e I i I Coraru.nder at St. Augu,floe, F1...
] bonding Ft. O1r"nJ surrendered to ,: tlii'iit.o. to be dcak with under the leas ::: the price for which we fought VVo made to a fine \.f one InadrcJ dollars! for each <.f- 1! JIfrnaJo, Xvnj fr 8. + ;
.' t I the civil i authoritirt. M. Davis was then i I United States District :1tto\ -nits Chandler :i,; thai sact:.fi.-a a< an t-arnesl'C'f out Desire to I fence; ant any {'(-r..on who! hal! purchase or I .IlilLborouyly'Jloarn... wt .*rattr WA'fy 1 ,

f. arresteJ b) the U. St: M'tr.lwl! l!, upon cipins i. (Virginis, I il1 I here, consulting with Attorney !i )be restored to our rights! in the Unione .- receive ahichhas for sate! Lot any been such tol'l\ l"). fnuffor cicir CaptAia( .Hicb.&r;. Combo ':Ih l": s In! .

J ; ordered. t on the finding of lh., Nurfult : lkI' General Stan-ibcrry rtgirding i Thtre was no facrifiot,. of honor ill\'uh'e.ll', staTiip..J as require! Uj- inprcte.lbrandrd law ] which IT Brevet Fla..3aJvr t.;. ::;. .troy. U..aJ'luarler"! .entry Tant. 1
I Iihs and immediately li !l.l to lull. Ihr .t. practibilily a trial at the present term. I I tnn-tliere is n.introw., When .we were tax bas! not Wn paid if: ,it fine accruea upon or le- pa ,

J.: I' feeo Grtely! of the Tillune, sjned: the I Mr. Chandler! Jt'irtbe concurrence of th j i i i c' lid upon voIunuriU: to adopt time Cvntuutiona I j I I'I i conic payable with! knowledge thereof shall I 11|ire, > '
bond next after Mr. Davis, with Stbell of,! Attorney General; in whatever courts i ii i' !< Amendment I was diffrent.The .- aiid I.e. mb.e to olfel a penalty: '. of fifty "Jollan for each Lieut. Col.! B. H. IIli/wh\ : rtuna U. S t
N'ew York aped Jackman of PhiUdolphi. may I* necessary; for him to pursue, but !'I manner of su'umitting that proposition every. .tl! Brevet Brigadier General.. U.S. A.,' headquarterl. Artillery
,. ". i t I Among other Virginians upon the bond that gentleman has not yet declared his by Congress i indicated that the Constitution I The law heWI'st.. 1-1a. J
j will!! bo 1[. Ilia
J : the 'name of the well known John puro| 'es though he is belkved to be i in \\,1t..lo l I'C ame'odeil in ordnnce! with ih- .' enforced in, every instance.J. enJoin upon aU Offil'rn the aeeeasi-

44 : +: Minor BotU, IlaJical leader in Virginii.Upon : I fivorof an early trial, a. is i also Judge Un-I j, spirit that ereattd it. and that the States ;j H.If.th Jl I 1TUHELL.Dirieion i District. A"'t.'r.of Fla.. ty toltheAgeuts and prOrnth'.of of the lioruu giriag of a cordial: Freed-

t emerging! from the Court Jloom. Vt r. 'J rr \ool. Da\i>* counsel will dfiiiurd bis were to act free and untramt-Uod] unbiased Tampa May 25th. 1867. l\\. men and \.,andooLand".lt leugeea the 1
!i t J)4vi< wa urronnded by a 'ro\\.1 t.( j.,v : trial l or his unconditional d'-vlm-je.' In l-y the prospect of increnscd power or I I ... .. r insuring reciprocal rights i same time "1'

. Otis! freindi aruongrwhom! were shout tit,y this connrctiun it may I to* stuted that of the !ij gain and uninfluenced\ .,. f.-ar.I Fearful Tlortallty. citizens without regard to co/dilionr among color. s

colored men of KicbmohJ. who p"l l foi- j i I t\\'enty'four grand juror summoned for i I i Iu the T*!f\<.t history of f the country fetes I Over three hundred: cities and towns at m III.tare All UtoJy.i-ffendwi and of Sent the Jaw *i meet htlJ in I..
I ward lo'>hake bands with him. Mr.I and the present terms of Judge Underwood's': I'i! people of the "until, on many: occnssior.s. the North which went INdical: hut fall ding officer to the t corn- t .P

I -! .Mr Davis go to New York and'tbenre toMontreal I' court, nineteen xr white, !and five ate cal j j', liue'giien the highest evidences of morilcourage [ have ;given Democratic majorities: this, By order.of Cot John. T. '

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J, I fry ** )L".Gaetuu.. g;"-q.. is our Agent atreokrville ''JVST 'nECEl'VEJ, : FINE LOT..QF DRY! GOODS JUSTreceived H4UjUS' Assortment forming a \ the -

., ,Fla, and is authorized receive A and'newSTOCK l
I offer low for Cash <
money for subscript;ions,aud which or .,
Advertising and
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receipt.for the CORN COMTHY PRODUCE : he # +"
lame."I .
FLOUR. J Consisting Impart of the following

POST OFFICE, T.t1:1IPA .'&,00"' ", ,tiAUo I Factory Thread.I 'Q g of
\ j(r Sheeting. / I ; .--.

.. TOBACCO ;, Shirtine.! I ., Such u.. ..
riVal and Departnre'of of MATCHES v Calicoes! .... .
malls.t. ; t \ > .' 7 .Calico :
.' OFFICE HOURS: CAN. .FRtJITB, ,'.,',' :. .' ,t Hoop I 'lk Skirts 14iMI', : ;. .. .. 1'riita .' "" -

From 8 A, M, to 8 P. iL, daily. SCSDA.close ". ; SARDINES; l rr. 'x .: '- Dress Patterns ., Ginghams; .b"' t fi
I Merino", Mns- .
at 9 I.M. '
DAMS Bed Ticking, '
lin Pd Laines
WAILS DUE: COFFEE,. ', :Shawls: Jaconet Swiss to h

Wednesdays and Saturdays at R P.M. SUGAR; 101 ., ShirttfeckTies! .' !Jloslio Vie. Lawn; : ...'. I 1

I rCoart Mail- tL and! ,*sth each month. i o ',&c. &c., : Balmoral, ', '.' 't, Irish Linen Bareges, .. E,
t ,tt Silk Handkerchief*, Fan ,
: a good aSlQr meDrorDRt" GOODS, Marlboro Stripes" r cy Neck Tic+,Edgeings! ,insertions .
,'t 8. P.'IL, Wednesdays and Sundays. .' CALL AND SEE. Cheap for Cash or Bleached' & unbleached Velvete Gimp Trim -

.. :. JOHN F. FLETCflEn,,,I'- lti. ConntryPraluce.i'I! .- / Domestics Ac,, ,'te. .< ? jnings Shirtings Sheetings I r

'Ttmpa, Feb. 2d 1867 ,"(idAssistant A. A.ALLEJf.; .. / Drillings':' Bleach'd I A Unbleached ,
A, A. ALLEN. .
-ijarlboro itHickory.Stripes.DenimeTicking .
18th. v
Tampa, T' 4 tf.
'J I I } May : <1 Jan 26 26-tf (aecks,5coteh: Plaids : I
itnu bvcd15cmtn5. .j 'X') Jean; *,, Cassimefes, Flannels, 1
A Taffcty Ribbons, Ladies Delta, .
z. ABD: "
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I .. A ; Balmorals, & Hoop:Skirts: ;Ladies and .
Assessor Office Ucman't Hoosierv Gloves, Collars \ ,,
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. Shoes:' flat ACL, Misses {t Boys Shoes A s-

loth DITISIO.VDISTBICT q?' FLORID!. \MOLESJLE MD. RETAIL G eneral jusfrexeived assortment, smtablo of Drugs for afcd Medicines .t:data. )&l1t.i. rests CoJer..Over ALB : ',. ': ".:- !

; TAMPA, May'21st. 1867. ti
ALL PERSONS IN 'THIS COUNTY Ar.t ,Q- Manwoman Saddles Bridle, Bit, Halter., ) : "' .. l '-"' 1

XX hereby notified to call at this office and'' gale, Girths, St.irrullfl.} ,Brass A.Mexican ... : ,
reader Horse Collars Ao., Ac,
an account of their taxes under the' DEALER spun :
excise laws of the United States. The noti1cea I,I IN or c1 i1J. Among'which you may find t
1 \ sent from this office have been very imperfectly / CORY ..0A1'll. :\ the "Bloom\ of Youth" which hasR'obbetl' mA l

responded to. The laws requires I Y. BACON; '. Pocket A Table Knives, File*, :
thatu, addition offifty per centum be added '. Door it Pad Locks Axes Trace .H 1
to the proper tax of all persons not calling j' PORK,>' :; LARD;, ." Chains. Hoes hovelsn.t'1 by +

within ten days from date of notice. }FLOUR' RICE, screws & Tacks, Urawi g --- :- ; ;
h J. MITCHELL. "SALT;, ETC. many a female of her dark complexion and .. Knife. Hatchets Gun ( ) :
Ats't Awe V. r rendered hrr skin beauti'ul. Many other ar Caps Fry Pans Tea'' ( ) o 1' "

Tampa, May 21st 18C7. .1 w, Corner J hon and Water. .Streets,, tides mg9metionad; .ru'c-h..,as..::. .d Kettles, Iron Pots.Bako ? t: .j
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.1 TAMPA, ,FLA. Helmljolts Extract of Buchu, I Aa. .?; -1( g

> Notice I'[ Terms:"",Ca,A. I will pay the, highest market TricJphorotls: i! W QiW 3! \. ,
price for Country produced, i
... \I Katharian, Tubs Chnrc Sieves, Broom. : !
the : Pigpns, ', the : :
ALL PERSONS baringdemande against ; .May Utl. 1 867.-" .3tf Castor Oil Bound Toy,'Flour,A Well Buckets in : .. :., I
of John Caon. late of JIana-1 I .
Brushes A Helves Ac.
combs Axe
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tee d ea&f'd..iII them i i I
county present ; Oil
"'; aDthenticat without delay; and all J'frsona'; SPENCER: & JIANS[ ;: OJive m V! ;' un-on .. 1

,. indebted to said Estate are requested to make j jimmediate1 .., Nutmegs, Fails Plates -: 4i
Pans ,, ; Buckets papa; a
payment to the undenigned. All i > 0 VermifugoBull'swarsaparilla; : '
t creditors aj>d person entitled to distribution :r \ .
1 are hereby notified that their claims will be 0" = p' 2 .. h-4 : ; &c. .
: barred at the expiration of two years from = 5 /of Stiychnino, Plates-Tea, Breakfast d' Dinner Se't!'; I
this date unless exhibited within' that time.1UANT1IY :=: _r a gJ_ TJ: OI m ; SCldhtz Powd'rS Tea A Coffee sets Bowls Platters
GRAI1A Adm'x. ;; .J .,, ac- t
I. ;: rr2 ". Ac.: G las ware-Tumblers GoblJets,
Manatee May th. If 67; Sw c ,=. : 00 :- ... ))0-11'- Tettcr Ointm'nt, 'Syrup Pitchers, Salt (,'tlliano. AKerosene ro. .

C : ;O: p* teTsI -0> .-..-. f\' \! $ft{ Hops, Lamps. Et,
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::E.i.ve: l-rl- e :-:: 'wi '. ? Tooth Soaps GROCERIES.ackers ,1
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_. = .c... 0 ::" edjf1 Z &c.',- Choose, Pilot Bread Hatter, .: .J.
-: AND:- !", ....._ _.;: 0' 11 ( .: { &c-, Almonds Pecan
? ? .* s"si::: tj; .... '" .' !';it': ', J son*, !, Candy, l i. i
2 I;} Pickles, Mnstard Pepper Spice, .
\ =;SH = = o fs L. ::! All of which may ,
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?;s n i S" -=;._*: Tea, Coffee, Sugar: Soap,CanI 1t
=: ..a *-' i'.r.= '3. ....... hadAt' die, Matches, Smoking <&
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I UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform ; r-: ;. .. ..; ,
X the public that they hate just received afresh I =c..P C- a- r; H C Chewing Tobacco. .it ': 1 1l
ccpply of well! selected Groceries Dry :..; CJ1 ---.. Kerosene Oil.A1soPerumery ". )
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s'ReadymadeClothing, Crockery Hard- i'I' 'Cosmetics j,
-ware. Tin ware, 4c.GHOCEIUES.. cyn :: ::. .. O.-s. CO' my Drag S tore, on the main bu&ines. street t. J"P':
.... 3 ;,; _t:. .. 0 in the city of Brushes; Pens Papr it Ink, and '
1co !: \,, ":: _"ja" cj 1a various ,other a r tides. or.'t
t Such u Corn Flour Hard Bread Bacon dear ,," .a 2. -c a: ...; Stock ,'
:: : Having just opened our we
? aides Leaf Lard. Goshen Butter Cof- .. ;!: e ta e Tampa. 'i I II : ":
:S Tomato cr1.::;-"-1 .ta t---. j pRepared: to sell at as low prices as : ( ,: ;, -
L lee,Sugar, : yrur Rice. : =.. ...- .. j/
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l'at.ulti Ycaat Powdrrs a -_ !. 91 F. BRANCH. I I can l lIe bought in (ILl! place. Our 1 .4 ::

' .., c ti'aPs JMueii.g' II> '!: ,_,-.. 2o April,.6th 1S67. :51-tf. are CASH or Country' Prodnce. j
c.r u: ; u !
)i Matches H' 1 _'I[and See YOflrsrl.'tl, old :
::::: ::; for a\.my *
.t .I'" ",' n .=: JUST RECEIVED A FINE STOCK OFGroceries ( \
" -e-- I .' __ ?: .:II corner of Washington & Marion i .. + "

1 I AIl1IT: GOODS A. TIIIM3IIGS.: I ,211'c ';::' t'. ja'c.!. .f9.p --, % Tampa, Fa.! .Nor, 10.20.I ,' t t
!3 -- I
i;, Heavy Bed Tu ks, Denims, Linen Chrrki Lines :: -." 3sir ; 13. ,
k ,7 Ch,,&ksJLiu-u 1'riiVrnp, Cfclioow,.JIuliiHi4in .;i.:. .= r'": :' -;-,- (/1..,. : .t
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I. > :obt-", AMM>rt...d BraM fur dress ,c. :. p ... m 0. L. FRIEBELE. :.,41. .
i l.mduif. Pins needles ('.", t',Thread, :.: To, .... ..41! .
; 38 3-- _
Jo1ax'l"hreaJ. Sowing Milt, "",.t'J ;.;;, : ::" ::j' r= '-' ...:;..-- TTa just received a Large and*!.lenJiJ :
l'd colon, KJ".",. Tap-e Elastics P, | I ____ o '(,{ : ,
,t' Ladies Cenu c ta w. ..' II:1fiD)11RFw V '. of ;k
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.. = .. 'WI" ... FALL & '
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Hose. OeDu i 0':1 : :: t': IOCKERY-\VafE- (
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hose white __; 7. .. .. c eaq :> \U) -
i ACOl'd.KEADV.HADi.CLOTIII.C. _y _,s:4 c 5 ::- iM r.1 I I
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j ..-0- : .... -- BQOTS ADD SHOES GUIlDS -
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,. = ? : Mado &c. To which in\ite
Linen Coats, .. : t1)s Ready Clothing; he the attention the
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Alpacca Coats. m' ;:' U 3 :; 1 Which I will sell low for Crib. zens of Tampa,and the surrounding '
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p Linen Dusters = -- a -2 C He flatters himself) that he made as good the
I Palm note c::: .. I JOHN JACKSON.f. lection and sell for :
1:> ::: ..._::'"- 1 cm aj cheap Calk u "
I Leghorn Hats, viEtFr} : =-f-.. to..I: I Tampa, Nov., 17. 30 t j! cheapest. -- f'
tinton Braid Ilaf!, 2 "
Stock consists .
I Wool Hat; -;. ---- ; T HAYC JUST: I RECEIVED per S,.hr.Sa I '
F' If :, _shirts. :::':;::;_::.. "'"'" JL rah Hylen," direct frurn dew Ywk, and offee STAPLE !-, '
I= .. 3 .. Shoe. 0; =;;. ::: (::- .I....,.;. H for .!'e'aWtbe_: old stand of Kto.: DV & & FANCI1)hY) .
;: :=; :: = ..,
X. ." *. ti. Brushes, ..a. "'I"=:." t-' -..;.,. 2 / sortedftockof IUKITOU. Cash oulj\ small well - HOODS, GROCER ;

".. .. Blacking! I ; :;: >:" r: ? ;. > 0 WES: HARDWARE.CROCKERY. f
.! 't ,! de.: :0:::: '" E. ,... (S.: I DRY GOODS, : : CHINA AND
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... :: : STATIONERY I .
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DA Ru n'AUE, &c. >;,: O I SCHOOL OILS.I I .\.. .
: ;' '=;:. 9 C .. I no HATS A- CAPS, I E.\r.: ] -MADE
Crockery-Ware .- -. -. LJXES & .
r Kuivea ell'orb. -,If ,... -s;-; _.' l"" -- .. r '---..-.'.:: F- I CHEWIXG"WIVES, FISH. ] THING FIRST: 1'REMJUM ) : \ :
"""*- HOOKS a
bt Spoons, ; :: rP I 1JROOMS TAINTED) PAILS,
; .::....,.7. :::; ... 1.1 CCO.4tLJ..LU..tXTIXEC.I.'DLL'S. I
Nails. (au'tdrizes, _
J. ) t .. e '" t =j 11'OUIl&,1vIL'0) % WARE: ,
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co" ffJ I .
Gun tub WreocUes
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g' ,2., r.t. PLAiNJAPAN XEI), ; \
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Shot I"i. f \ JIB 1:}\ MATCHT.r
0 1 ., STAMPED: &PLAN- ing t
Powder "': '" :0 ,. ...
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,:..r: ,Calt "'= !; .it.. 0 0 I rc., I'SHED TINt to.
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I Writing' Paper -; .,".' ... I W A R E ? .
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EnVt'I'rn". :: -- -:: i of the qU6ilit'and price-"wdeh wi\11It'Me-\ COO K,LX G .
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Gi11.tist.el r..n"- Gi\ call.: Cl
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, 1 I .-, ,>" ink dc.; .4r. I f ? C 1.-t. ."... z r/ *pj *-- IJ ...-1 111H: I'R05EI-';. HOOKS: STATIONERY: : .}

t'0- : _?:/:2, 2 J5 <:> j !September, ht., 'Ct 6. ivtf.K PERFUMERY: :\s
And we have have on hand a well selected -.r." c/2 ,........ I ,
lot oft 3; .T. .:;.. '---1 K -'-'- I PJ\JXT5 ,A X D 1
t TIXVAUC.. e :: ..... :::;". ..... J- } THE SIVA\: :N.tllr I I 0 IlL S, &c., 'f '1
..,. =, ;: ;: : .- -
-! *.* *r* ** "* Iloiticultural anJ AcriculturAl!; .-
III Such a* s ? --- I Vl1t '" I8I m 1JLIIDo !
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Milk Pans I. .. _. j Patent Mnlicerijes, anJ a choice
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Milk trainer, -:.:: : ..-.. "' f""CI n ', Lot o f tu: r n i t ,
:r..$ -: :: :; 0. \ -- 'l =:''','''d 1JL1 Joi''J :i o : u r t.
Tin Bucketswithcorers. :r.i
1 in Cup, ) : : = I :7 :i porit2lcn: :arc rfqiifNtrtI\ to rnininc: I e

i 'Tin Plates! .. : i !. ... e"1 line stork pf Riff and Shot Cnn, I
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Coffee 'Pot *. I c ,..." .:: .. C tJ.-J .> r.: m, :o .I A ,i I I. I KI I'owilcr (Caps) ir.l '
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' And other article too numerous to tn r.tiou ] -.-. r- ." "., --- .r -;;I PUltUSIIEl! SAVANNAil, taVr( ; will find it to tht-ir n,1\'anta : ; .1'

r. which "e will K-ll at prices to "LLTLI'i.G.RAST& .\ I j =:= ... .. ._ .. ,... "1. to xalJllno.tny *N>ik, before |.niclia..inij ; l !
-:, To.. ;.o. "2:" :,r.., | L r/t.:-: CircuUtion in tLeCny A County wli.rc, 1 will Sell for (ah, at tin I lowest '

L CRAFT,1\ :;.:.. .. .:;.' 17.>=='-'{.:. ..rfb :f .;I Ut price, Il'thka1.: .,,, 1U1,11\D1.,1l1'rotlt... :
;: .- : I "UMAt TiTEJ. of TUt JT\ i
_:- ... _:-: ., ..: i;. C ; l higitst) iiiailivt prinjuM .for all I. ; .
Fla. .
l ; Tampa; j jMasch ; : :; .: ( Best Advertising m Uum.i j\I Country Pro duco.Nor. .
18th 1M7. 1 tf.. +! :t. ... ... I i 1ST C U and boe. J :
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: Coni O (1I-li! SPENCER ,& '3IAX8S17J" J T,,'t W... ,,LX:: .". .'. . *.
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l : 1 t.f llernnndoCounty, I will oilW fur : J }
j J CST RECEIVED and for .al... ftt 0 nOXKSOFFINE' CAR SOAP JUST i s. w. HASO ,;, f nt public outcry, to the highest bidder! I : t

.. SPENCER & MANN'S. !'received at. Editor fc I' opriet\ '
.i.l.. HI' I SPENCER Jc MANN'S. i ___ __ set* V.utiday in'Aprdl'nevt'two; Milit.rv f
lit, \\ arr ntl'-Xo>, 4"1.t: 43WC: L..lon, in '! ;
r. A I : he }-:. : FlSE8UorLY OF KILN DRIED P.llLS. GOOD P.AKKU'S FLOUR: 1 CAKOF FINE SHOULDERS: ; JUST he fivrtaent: ot .1..1t\! also distribution. 'I

I '> Corn Meal, just received at I 90 ju&l received and for n'e.. nt I c'peccdand: for v l It- HI iSPKNCER '. Terms male koow.i "n Jay vt sale. : '. 1i
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: f IK[ PHRD1FBSHU.TAMPA. That the Comptroller of:Public ,.Accounts cellanlOU8, Legal Advertisements Legal Adv l tisemen a. ', ;

*M, and .be hereby auCbot'led' and re- .Jl y _'n :;.:

.-. aired to audit all claims for stationery, STATE OF FLORIDA. Notice of Insolvency. C unm1rJ.W.l\El( d.lJ.L 0 : .''(

,r. : candle and other materials, furnished io I b PBOBAT COCK, AT CBAMIKIS, JAXVAST 8th T\VS11 sell to the highest bidder ia front 4) : '

his Central Assembly for the set* -(0)( )-- A. D..1667. J. the Court House doer in Tampa, jon for ; ., .
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.governor : first :Mond.y[ ia June, the following Real Esr
lion, and on being .satisfied .of their cor.-; Bute of Florida. I IHernando late belonging to the heirs of Columbus Stafford ;, :...
< ectneti to draw bit *arraat OP} the Tteasarer -Hon. IX s. Walker ; Connty, J dec'd-to-wit : ..

I* 1 1i. for the same, and the Treasurer shall Went. OCT.-W. W. J. Kelly,;, Abraham Hay, Administrator on The 8 tit; J of See. 4'farJthe, 1:. E. f:of th*
pep the same, one-half in currency c>f the ec'ty of State B F. Allen ; Whereat Estate of Araoa K. Anders, late of 8. E J Per 83, T. 2V S.. R *>. E. ,> '

United States and the other bnlf in Certificates .Comptroller-John Beard ; said county, deo'd, hu this day flIed, in the TheS W J o'[: rc. 86, T. t8; So of R. 20, E. t
... : Trea..urer-C. II. Austin ; 'rebate Court a ; wtlet.snlgeston of the Insolvency The N.! E. i of tWo S3, T. 28 8. of R 2jE, "
SATURDAY. Way, aSlU, 1OT.The" of the State and the sum of twelve Attorney General-John Galbraith ; of MId Ettat. And ale N I'},.ol S E }, of See S6, T'B.H ," : ?
hundred dollars be, and ib.. sam. is hereby Register of Publie,Landt-Hugh A. Corley Therefore notice hereby 'given to all of It. 20. E.
---' r .1 .Tr appropriated (for the 1)11) m..nC of IbIS Speaker'House of, R.p.-J./ J. Williams; having clams against the said deceased's persons All lying in HilUborough County Florid.,

.1 Jlanderpr. above staled claim. Estate, to file the tame, duly authenticated in ELIZABETH STAFFORD, .

i .. .. tat TII.: au !orwcuaoitt. Pasted the llouse of Representatives Dam JVDJC1AL U'Aahln. the office of said Court, on or before the 8th Guardian. '
) I dretaud I stood onleide of 1.11'n 18,1866. Passed the Senate Uee. 18, 1866- Hon. C. H. DaPuut-Chief Justice ; day of June, 187 when there will be a pro April n. 1867. ids. '\t,

Dark alU and cries and and theOovernor 14,18cft A. E. iUxwe'.l!\, ) rato the several creditors of -
"'t ;; groans, yelUjHeard Approved by > Atsoeiate Jnttieessorrnxax payment among NOTICE. I
J. M. Baker f
said Insolvent Ettate. '
from afar within
r faintly And i it It ordered that the Administrator do C IX MONTHS AFTER DATE, I-will ar. ,. ;.
t ,T6at,dirk,abode.or piin sod &&a : [No. 21.] JUDICIAL ciacvrr. file on or before laId day, in this Court a true (,, ply ,. IheJnJSeeof Probate, of llsrrandoeoniity t 1L

'If'i Louder, 21'.L!. ear JOINT RESOLUTION( of the General .. ssem- Judge-Jamet Gettla. and perfect Inventory of all the efiectt} belong for a final settlement and be thachar '.. 1

T6owmntmtmbrol< and'teemed more near bly authorising and requesting the Solicitor I Solicitor-II. L. Mitchell, ing to said Estate led from Administration; on the Estate of t 1,
I Given{ under band and teal Mathew Ho well late of said deeeued. t
.To be like the of the Southern Judicial Circuit to dismiss my R.k county -
i. advancing; roar. an indictment against Dr. .!. S.: Johnson, ,of Hiustoaui-oH COCMT.Judge of the Probate Court; at Brooks '
Of eomecdartilortnelood breaking o'er Folk county title thin 8th day of January, A. MARIA A. UOWELL Adm'x ''t
AsSgnty forest old j still ot Probate-John Darling. D 1867.Jann Cum Testamento vlnnexo. '
an : WncRKAS Dr. A. S. Johnson, lale Surgeon Clerk Circuit Court-J. J. Given. Brooksville) Fla., March 6th 1877. 61D ,1
r "' Ana rushing' on o'er" dale. and hill in the army of the Confederate Slates, Sheriff-J. T. Lesley ,19th 1867. 6m.In I

i' .Cotta and imprecations dire. I has been indicted in the connty of Polk; Coroner-IL M. Keen.

n, -Tertoiiof: contempt and vengeful ire, lor practicing'medicine without having ,Surveyor-W. C, -Drown. N em emit IImaIlvm 1 tI I Notice. ',

From myriad tongues now would bear, first recorded .license to practice, according : tnrtetietoxrxls. Pnbatt Court, at CAam&m, January itA '-1 '

!ih Each moment seeming still.more near .to the law of this State, in the W. B. Henderson R. Booth J. R. RoberUon.W. A. D. lSa,. persona baring, demands against the Ea'r'r I

}.' Toward vhere I stood the tumult drew Clerk office: of said county : AKD A Lively, State of Florida, 1 of Lewellen Williams, late.c Slander I'AI.L
t And if ell's broad gash wide open flew, WHEREAS, the said services were rende red Atncuor tux: HACK, 2d. Dist. Hernando County, fWhereas connty, deceased, will present them July au.- i :
... tbenticated without all indebted
Out nuhed a b&ur in haste at ,the request of the citizens of said E. A. Clarke Mary F. Anders, Administratrix oo delay ; persons "
::t IT .re. of Jackson L. Anders, deed to said Estate are reqnestwi to mas. im ..
By demons lope,\nd Jnrllo; chased.. county while 1m! diplomat were in an adjoining L' Bell, -Lawful-) Constable ban this day filed in the Probate Court of aid mediate payment t> the undersigned. AIL'o! '

Drive him far off loud Satan cried; State, and were given in good trot Jr. ttua county a written uggestion of IniolTeor of creditor an'd perrons entitled Ift distribution
frith and without intention willfullyto n..uCoJ. said Estate. are hereby notified that. their, claim( will be-
'And ,Oate betide any "
: yon -beper. wo A. Henderson
barred the of
violate the lasts therefore Therefore, notice is hereby r 11J all expiration two yean fromthis
If e'er within tiesTrails 11 aces ; J. F. IIeadenon.STOLEN.. son having claim against said deceased'per Estateto date, unless exhibited within that time. t .
*' Sccnos! i, Its it rtolvedby; ,the Senate JOEL ADD-ON 1 Sheriff
,,Another being half so mean, file the same duly authenticated in the YJ
A fiend came near. J'I eud'Pny" tell, and Uoute of Repretentatiret of the State office of said Court, oa or before the 8th day t Ex-otBcio Ad'inr.- I''
i of Fio'ida in Central Assembly convened, of June 1867, when there will be a pro rato April 13th. 1867. 51 8w.. \S1-.1
too vile for bell \:
Js aught too mean, ;.
r' the several creditors of said
That the Solicitor of the Southern Judicial payment among
Who can that wretched being be; residence insolvent Estates .
my on the night of Notice.
Circuit be autborited and todit- From <
Whom thou hut forced to far to flee requested 16th ot April 1807. a small And it is further ordered that the Adminis {
From t6ieduk den, of tin and shame min; the proceedings against' Dr. A. S; bay Hone, (Stallion) about 9 years _. tratrix do file before said day in this Court, a Six months. after date, the nn4npie:! A'<1 I I,

t Tell whence he earae", and 'Wbat'hl. name"I' Johnson offence. of Polk county, for the afoiesaid old ; pony built and hat a small blaze in bit true and to perfect aid Errata Inventory of all the effects belonging Brown, deceaied.tratora of will the present: .tate-their of JHph final \f.account '.

e' E* grinned a smile of 1ien Ukemirt.h, face.A liberal reward will be And said, '.slanderer from EarthKl Passed the. House of Representatives December livery of the hone to me at my residence, the Probate Court at Brooks ville, of Hillsborongh County Florida: and aak to }
6,1866. Pawed the Senate December 11; Be discharged: a* such Administrators ,
ten miles south this the 8th of acorn e
L,.... .r ... -- the Governor December of Brooksville, or any information day January, A. ;
to law. 4
Approved by I
in D. 1887.
to ,
regard him. to that I him.
1 ..ln2:Sonic la, 18C8 I will pay 1 hundred Dollars for can get infer- Vfit. M. ORARISOX, BRANCH.. ) !I IW.
any -
-u.-Ut more H..lli", for lriesa.lAer- matibn that will convict the tbid..W.AIINE Judge of Probate. Co BROWN. fAdrarfJanuary ,
:' a Let me list ber for her notberThabewitthing Jan. 19th, 1867. 39-Bm. 14*.h, 13(57.( SS-oo.. i
Occuunoll.-0ccupation I What 1 WI1ITFIELD.
a .
Polly Ann- ;
t Brooktvnie.Apftl 18C7. fit lot
,Let n e k'ue her for ber mover t a glorious thing it is for the human bead 'Notice of Insolvency.In ;'Notice. '' t i

.'j"Let.Or rie any, kit other her man.,forlOmeboJ,.. Those wbo'work'bard seldom yield them- PtOBATB COCIT, JAXCAST SIX MONTHS AFTER THE PATE HERE- ,
world 24th, A. D., 1867. I s! .Administratrix, on the Estae
Any bbdir la the selves fancied real When L. AND "
to or morrow
np of E. J. Hart decease*!
With bet tlr tbtwe Uy auburn, I State of Floridt, IHernando present my aeeounU
And to>gloriously curled- grief sits down, foU its hands and mourn. 1 County, J and vouchers to the Judge .>t I'rotate of llili ,

: Let Die kiu ker for her Yeller,* I feeds bedim Harriet D. A J minis I borough County, for a fital settlement and ark '
its Lockhart.
fully upon own tears, weaving ( For Sale. WHEREAS : to be discharge I from the further aJmiui.itv '
Audi duo care a red I the Estate of Wm.D. O.Seilt.dtC'J. .
shadow that little exertion tion of the said estate ,
might i
Uhi taps;roe on the'smeller i hat this day filed In the Probate four
M f.\RCt A RET Ad.mr'xTampa t
i With: bU billy made' of lead.' sweep away, into a funeral pall, the strung Fifteen 40 acre tracts of land, on the waters ot said county, a written suirgestion of. Insolnveey Fla., Oct. 6lh 6rt,Il.\rT. :;.&-& u.. \
)Let; me kitt her for ber daddy of said Estate, thereforeNotiee'is
mind is shorn horough and
of in might, noel sorrow bo.. Alafia'adapted; to l .
Tltepretty'poptingilf-; hereby given to allprtaus having -
the production'of 0 irn ,' Hutrxr Cane Icier.
Or' U that does not suit the family, I comes our master. When! lruuMi-n flowon Fruit, etc >itut.Hl in a hvait Dortion of claims again sail) oWeii<. \', M'nto: to tile xnT/"R Of 111.....(H."TII' f:
Let me kiss her)p r ayself 1 J toil with cork the same, duly ntheuiirateil, in the <.ffi( <'" i.I! 1
1 w-- I 1 u.d"rk'ar heavy, on with thewave country, good range. aid court un <>r before the 25th dlof Jour. frm-/ FIr.'t'.fL\'U,',: A. i.i'j ., /.;, tI
I I. Into (Ftu.t! !1.. /. : '
-wmtle.on with the torrents-rath* 1867. when there will: be a I'r..raall n'nt_ TIIIII1' I. w. -_ ? I
with March, 9ih 47. | )
Mile bate settled that affair 4w. ., : '
yon : the I IEsU I.t .1. .f. ". i. .. : '. ';.
creditor said
'o.r.1 of I K-iwrt .
er seek by occupation'to desert the dark among : I .. '
Litil'u r jVei ho Ipicted tn off the .e. I Tit.- lU lta.! .ftiiHIT.:. .- .1. bit-: q t

toop'last week: and since: that he. hu'itop- waters that threaten <10 overwhelm' you ina Aid it ii ordrrrd, that the A,''mir.i: \lIt' 1\'rix j t 1.\. t 1.1rk..; .-..I ,,1t.l..I.! ...? ..: i vi-+.fU< r-v. nf* '

ped botbtriog mel thousand channels which the duties of For Sale do file l I.ef"rt' snit.as! l in this Court '" Gnuand r" ri'1r.tr'i tu c..m01.n a.r.i fa. itntoe rtr 1.I .- '

i perfect InvmlorY of all the eil.jc-li, belong I ttrfrtcut. '''''': ., .
life Before dream of it tho -. I r. .\. ( L.\r.J\t. ,
present you will sell cheap theSE. } of SEi. log to said Eitate. .
A'yotiag ''aar of Urbtna Illinob wbo'l I 3uen under line-1 art sent I .. t,. It.U'''' Y
will ferlilire the and and E iofX E'JandSW my t
waters present, give J. I
', I of the, I'roltatei'xiirt. at Dro..l, I. uml'|*!!.Jiii lrh'd 1 l t ? :.,'.;",,
of N E i, See 9 T. 8<1, .
wu recently caught tracking A cigar, by birth to fresh Sowers, that they may bright S A Kn let. containing': 160 acres.- [e j ville, thi Wh! day JIi.I Jan. -- .1,,":: .

tha local of'tbe'Guette of that place, ten the future flowers, that will become 60 acres of it good Hummock: A. D., 1867.Wn. Ncice i :
= her for the "that it'' Th re is a good log house on, the land and M. GARRISON, SIX mouth* from iLte I I will pr j ...rat my: ac i ;
gare aa .reason, act; pore and holy i in the sunshine thAt J ptne. a good fence atoned the field. Judge of Probate and Voucher. to the Jud li;r of I',.}- .

made i il smell as,thoa h'lbere was a man rater to the path of duly. thief after all, Apply to Brooksville Feb. 9th. Rau bt of lleruand* ('OUlltfor a rii.nl s-,:ti", ; .:
OAKEY )1A. SF1ELD. went of.the E:.late of Auron smith lair o-> ,
around.1 _. ._ is but selfish as is be who yield himselfto Feb. 9th. 22 In Chancery said tV'Utty. dO'eell"eJ.n..! at the rime tim t e p
ask to be dl s;>harted from further admiui.ira- '
A Portland eJitor having laid females the indulgence' : of any passion that hr THE CiRcrit COURT, Sorrnitnx I'DI'CUL tion of suit E tnti. ,c I

matt .hare been scare when Belle Boyd brings no joy'to ,bit fellow-men. For Sale CIKCCIT OF FLOR1DAt f AND FOR CALVIX 1I.fITII. Admr.Brookiville 1

1 veal called hnndsotne, a Georgia exchange .. HIILSBORO' Go. \ Jan. Sth. 1867. 6m. 2

ayes be won't say to in DulU'a' .pretence, EARET Rtsiso.- Ir Hall\ in the FISt ru : THE Subucribt-r offers for tale the S.. W. or Ransom TS R. }Ioble). )> Bill for Divorce.j o NOTICE. t
< he'll bet a bat AtJ number of his Joun.nl of lifahh *ny' : A W. qr of S.: 4,T. 29, R. 18, S. and E. )Iaryobley. \ months titer date I will rlv| to Mhc ; t
Six .
.. .. -- sAt 'One of the very worst ef'.ou"mi.a of tim< hlon inc; to the Estate, of Jesse! CrawrorddN'e..eJ. ,' of Probate of llilUl.oro' COII..tf"r .... ,
bill been filed in office, in the .
There i is having my
a good dwelling-bonne/ A a final 'settlement; au.l 2i; !tlmrire, from admin
a meeting of,unmarried printers, not. i itl that filched from ftPCt'III;.,! sl W[t". The and n)out fifty orange and other valuable above entitled cause and it being made to utration on the E Ute of: )f. C. Brown, late .f -.
toast wholesale but Mind coroiumcUtion of fruit treeso-.i the Ills I appear by affidavit, that the defendant residrebeyond '
I .long since, the following was drunk url, premises. ulloerther the limits of the Southern Judicial uiJ County d :v'd. :
it mi chievo'i in itte O2eofthe moil desirable places on Old Tampa S. B. TODD "
rising as prs.-tice Circuit. of/ Florida wit in tare of A.lmV. "
t to.
in silence :. Woman-Heaven reward her, Terms cash. Apply to : cauoty lie bonisnon. '
arrant follyin chary Early riaiti is Ag"in.Ltbe Sampler in the State of Florida It is
i in of coadactedP. C. S. REY\OLI19Adm'r. Tamp '66. .
favor well Sep. 29.
the la always a : 6m. ;
that the defendant do and
noblest of
purl our |physical tinture, Clear Water Fla. Feb. 23d, 1867. If. appear
;P. it plead, answer or demur to the complainants ; .,
;. prttt. nnleu it preceded by an early rt-Uring. -
said bill before the first Monday is (
on or May
--- -- We canttun part-nth. particularly not Notice. ",
next or the name will be taken u eoaft.dI'ro"iJ :-
f fl A woman'who was enjoined to try the to allow their\ children to l I.e w.keJ.up in Salt Works! d, that publication of this order be .
' d v'I the moruin6 ; let.. nature wako them up made in nome new'pa|>er published in this -.' '
1 effect of kio/newon her huiUnd and wa the( will not do it prematurely: ; but havu OF SUPERIOR QUAL1TV. will circuit once a week for three months consecutively. Si\SIOSTIISfrom thUdate, I shall present .
told that. it would heap 00'11. of fire on hit SALT Toucher to William M..
: a care that they to hart l at an early furnished in
go any quxntilieft requiredat J. J., GIVEXS Cl'k Ct. Cu Garrison Judge of Probate for Hernando Co.. ;
bead that ba bad tried 'bilin hot hour let it be earlier and earlier until it the for a final settlement the .
' replied ; "Rocky Point Salt Worka, on OW Feb 2. 1887. ,U.3m. on Estate of I:.\..<<..
i water and it. did'nt do,a bit cf good. ia found that they wake up of lhemv>lvet Tampa Bay, or delivered in this City at )the Iun.l"n. dee'd. and ask to be discharged front r ri
further adminidration -'
.. in full time to dress for breakfast. Being reasonable rates. of Mid Estate.ALLEMJ. ,
Bill for Divorce. )1U:mE.\, Adrr' .
waked up early, and allowed to engage in Apply to Ftb. 9th
her shoemaker 1867.
:' reprimanded 42-am.
A young lady her directions difficulty or any studies late jut before II, ALBUUY, Agent In the Southern Judicial Circuit of Fin,.- ,' i

i!( #. for' not of following shoes aba had ordered respecting and! retirin' aegireamaayabrautifttlprrntisia's. Tampa, March 23d, 1857. 48f. ida in and for Jfilltborough County. In
a pair .
\' child brain fever, or determined ordinary Joseph Harris. )
/ insisted that they wen not ., In the Circuit '
angrily llimenta to the production: of water on the v V In Chancery Court, Southern Jadicia : r ,;
Crispin replied that. be purposely made brain*. Lenora Harris.. J Circuit Florida, in and for Mana.

them so in order to oblige her, well know* : .i--r .......i iFAITH. -.- Notice A BILL having been filed in my office in tee County. i }

modesty of ,her disposition, and the shore entitled cause, and it being I
Ing .the .-I have seen a lone tree standing John A Williams. .
t that she was not fond of fellows. B. C. Leonardy having,: purchased the wade to appear by affidavit. that the 'defendantrwi J Jv :
the have beheld the of Mr. '
on prairie ; storms store and stock of goods formerly owned
; _' _I .. winter buffol against its trunk, and the and occupied by Mr. VijrJI, requesl his friend Circuit, -wir.-in the State of Mary Martha W'illiam.. ; IA '

:Pool Oor oW friend Smith, a few r gales of antumn bend its lofty branch is toe and acquaintances to give him a call, as he land. It is hereby ordered that tho Defendant lLLI1AVIXOnF.EXrILF.ninmyoffic. I ,

",.; n bts aioe ,eamo home from a try lat I the dust; but when the blast had gone, have thinks they can find as good bargains am one to the do appear and plead answer 01 demur in the stare -iititlf.1 cause, and l it Ilf'inlt '

; nice of pool His wife -as asleep.Wn .- viewed its tall form still erect, limbs still his well selected and general assortment of first monday Complainant's said bill on or before the made to appear, by affidivit. that the d..f..n 'I'dantresidrs
Goods Mean bn found elsewhere in the September next or the same
awoke in the she found and I have said such it the Christian city.- befoul the limits of the i-outh 'rn i
the morning ezpsnded Give him a call\, one and alL will be taken as erinfa-seJ. Provided that ;pub Judicial Circuit, towit io the
P'.. ," upothe floor' a roarblo which bad dropped amid the riott and tumults of thee April 27, lAe7 i-tt; lication of this order be made in some news It is hereby IOr.ler.that.\ the Mate defnu.lant Alabama do : t"

i. .it of her husband's pocket when b world's unrighteousness, iiis trust it in piper published months.in this Circuit fur three consecutive pear and plod answer or demur tutli., compUmants ap- .

cameo bed, upon which was the figure<< Him who gave the tree its unyielding root J. J.GIVENS CI rk. tnij Kill on or brfore th* first Mon i :,
a17.", in whose right hand there is deliverance. Notice. A. A. Allen. Complt'tSoLMay. day, in .duiiustiivxt or thennniu will\ be taken "
.mt it that !" said she to her lord. Let Christians, then learn a lesion from the 18th. 1867. 4 em order v*eonfewed.be made. froridnl in ihnt publication) \ of this .
9' some
He aped bit eyes, looked, bluebell,, tree, and amid the conflicts of life remember days after date, I shall apply to the --- : -- this Circuit note .a week nrwspapsr fur i three publishedin consecutive ,
that with faith like borate Thirty months. )
wM-coniaed, and stammered ; "Why, they are a Probate Court,of IIilltborongh I connty
wby.lt'. marble. ain't it 'P built upon a rock ; that their warfare is. State of Florida for an order to sell Lot FairNotice II. R. )(McLEOD Cl'k C'u: C't.Slandre : .

"l'ea," id) ahe,"but what are yoa doing but for limited! period, that the reward of f 8. and the half of lot 5, in Block 5. according IL L. Mitchell. Sol. fur County. I y

with aaarble in your pocket I" the good soldier of the cross ia an inheritance to the survey of Tampa. 1847, u the property Con.i-l- I t ;
.. of VTm..II. Fanning dec'd. J hereby caution all persona from Ifi* April 20th. 87, Sm / ,
MIo -el-ab the fact is eternal felicity.! '
my Jcket : ,, Wm. FANNING AdmV. deiriDgbupinqselliogorshippinq! j 1 !
bad till iu pocket foi Battle | t 3e following mark and brads i
I've marble my : t Tampa, April 20tb, 1667. 4w : r
the laat thirtfive years-eter trace I nted FAUC LIPS.-The Homt Journal says : Upper and under bit in one ear. and split in Notice.
the Lm
other-Branded D and
figure A inside be
to play 'for k.psi with Bill "People generally do not know that some GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. longing to me. : i f
"[ndea'1 r r6duloo( ly asked hit wife, ladies false lropend; In virtue; of .;, t 4 t
r"t' ; wear, lips made of pink India days after date. I shall sr'ply to the upper slope one ear, hole aoJ BY an order this tint
**bttt what are tie figures on here rOt t 1- rubber, which are attached to thin lips in Thirty Probate Court of Itilliborouchconnty : split to th.other-BnndedSL P. the Probate Court, of lUrnanjyCcuniy.} : t

what does '17 tAD 1' a manner which: defies! detection and '*"* in the State of Florida. for an orderto Also' crop two splits in each ear-Branded Fla., 1 will offer for ""Id at public
; M. } .. the 'I
. "1'1 means "Aid he hesitatingly: "Ob, 1t11 I Lot No 348& containing)acres of land, property of Post Shanahan. the first Monday in May( next before the Court : I
a pretty pouting apearsnoe to the mouths .- situated in Clinch county in the State of Georg't. Any person found disturbing the above mar llouso Jour in Br<>.>li;;vil:>, twelve scan ofland (
f" a 17, why, that walue marble There is a way to tell lips which may appear, I ked and branded cttle. will be prosecuted according belonuine to the Estate of John L. May t
wb h4 to be artificial. .. deeea<><>il for the of <:ioq the debts
; t Bill owed me ve quit playing,
marked it on that :so I would'nt torga t There being no nectar in India, rubber the t Martha( Cohen, a Minor DANIEL 811.\.\AIIA I. of said MARINA tllt'I II. MAY SAXOX, a-lrnVx. I ,

c .J-":: .c'.11._ ." I I cheat tray be detected by ki&ing ( '-. .Tempe. Fla. Msy 4tb 1167. Key Wenlarch., lit t6 atm.F BrooVsville, r'filn.t., 167. SI tv I' ; .

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