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: June 8, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
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; '\1r ftssi nal'tg w.Ez For the Peninsular. il0 I af a loss what to do.. Among those left I soon taw our little signal and steamed !immediately t+.
saw a voung woman standing with a chile down to ui. With ,what thank's
f .H. MY STOEY.BY of two years clasped i tightly in her arm*.- ful hearts we left our little craft, which had
MITCHEL.AT BT She was not speaking, but was standing borne us nobly for 10 many hours. We R

perfectly still, though the ngony expressed were taken aboard ; Charlie very tenderly
AOi );T ,A OBEfN'A.. in her face told plainly: ,., her thoughts.At .- cared for, and all of us kindly treated.-

;' -TuIPA"Fu- I. : this moment I heard some ,one whisper The poor mother of the little dead tabe,
: .$3,00 After a good deal of persuasion, I obtained the gig, they hare not taken the gig.. 1 I mourned and talked of her babe all the .
will --- : .1.50 the consent of my friends to my looked around and saw the captain. time and for days we could not get her'attention
give attention to
prompt I
tt ntrntted to his care, !. wishes; and soon ,afterwards we parted 'Come,' laid be'we, may yet mute an drawn to anything. My pity for 4
Tampa, TU Ap'l, 28 ti, '66. with the intention of meeting in New Orleans effort to eso-pe.; this lady was so great, I was anxious to
) for at the expiration of two weeks,wherewe He caught Clara's hand and running see her restored to her friends, but I could I
-Je>Bx A. HriDSuox: J. F. :- $1 50 would embark onr long voyage across around to where he kept his own little not get her to talk or tell me anything.-
75 the blue waters. At the appointed timewe boat. He and Clara launched it and I Even after we landed at Havre, and were
BEXDERSOX i & t 1 1 charged at arrived at'our place of meeting and going handed Charlie in. We got into it as.. boarding in the same house, I could not '

aboard of a large vessel bound for Havre, quietly as possible and shoved off, fur we I get her to. converse on any subject. She
fCOO we bid adieu to the 'Crescent City' and ref well knew; i if we were discovered we wouldall always answered in monosyllables, though
i 1 ATTORNEYS AT !A 8 00 tired to our staterooms, for it was already be lost, for wo knew that everyone always with politeness and with a grateful ,
I TAMPA-FLA. 1200 so dark we could scarcely lee the lone levees aboard would Attempt to get into the little look ; she seemed to be completely crushed
: 600 not along the river, ns we went swiftly craft, which we knew could not hold a by the loss of her cbild. I bad never .
-'p Will pragc in the Southern ant$ ?, to be down the turbid water toward the blue third of them. The captain took the oars been so much interested in anyone, as I \ s
; Granite: of the State. : ,)according tempestuous gulf. Fur a few months we end pulled' away from the vessel with nil was in the unfortunate lady. Clara, I laved

Tampa,ilay 26th 18 t 5- travelled slowly, visiting several of the the power he possessed! for sho was now as my sister, this lady, a stranger tome
beautiful-towns of gay France, but finding burning very fast, and the light of her I I loved as my life. Her great misfortune .
A. L ALLEN.1 ( Charlie did gain much in health though burning illumined the sea almost as bright seemed to call out all my life toward a
.y his spirits greatly revived, we turned our as day. We soon got out of danger of her ; she appeared to be alone in the world,
'., .,.- ATTORNEY AT and Bug- faces homeward as the invalid longed to the fire, then came the thought of 'our future and all.I could learn of her was, that she V a
.., lousiness in get home before he died. lie wished! to .course. was a widow, who had been living in Italy
-:ATttSolicitor 2.tf. bo buried near the cool spring at his own 'What course are we steer,' I asked the at the time of her husbands death, but
'in E uitTAMPA little home in the west. All this time captain.'None. was on her return to the United States to "

R F Fl 1 ACE. Clara was entirely devoted to her brother. ,' said be, we have no compass, her relative
7 She seemed never to tire with waiting on and even if we had we could do nothing. Three days after our arrival at Havre V
WILL GIVE prompt attention toa I him and being near b'rm. Such unselfish : We will have to keep the boat from being jny much I loved Charlie breathed his 1 amt.
Septcmberlst,1866.' to ,hU.care. ] i devotion never before beheld ; so watch I caught on her side by the waves,and trust Clara was devoted to him to the last moment -
"a ful was she, her own health began to suffer. to God to lead'some ship to our rescue, was far more reconciled to hU
She often told' me she could never boar to otherwise we are lost. As long as the death than I ever expected her to be. After .
.. '! S 0, CRAFT, & .I ,. : give him up. Once I attempted to reason ocean remains calm' we can live, and unlesswe his death, we decided not to return to
with her and prepare her for the trial get assistance before this fine weather the United States, as wa bad intended doing
A'I'IOn: EY AT :\ : oftbe day. which awaited her, but she said : changes we have no chance: for our lives.' ,but remain in France until the next
'I cannot bear for you to tall about ; "Have we anything to eat I" I suddenly
'". '. ti Tam PI a. F\'l. Charlie, in time I may get reconciled, but asked, oil had not before thought of year.Clara had formed a great attachment to .

I .: ,fJ- ;, HaYing engaged now f:1I1': in !the now-Oh I it is very hard to think of it ; that important item. the widow we had rescued from the jaws
". '., ,;:' ._ '-.of /Lew. will I attend to any bntiuew : to think oi being left aione in ,this ,wide I Clara pointed to a bag of biscuits anda of death and would on no account consentto
$- < ted to my care in the Southern world, to part with my only joy.: small cask, near wheru she was sitting. part'viith her, so we all remained to ..

,.1, cuitOffice r/lrljs *T : In the X. E. Room "in roar expect to I i was alive, be would have a true friend. Morning began to dawn before Charlie we came to near losing onr lives on, j
mpa Book a/lJ Drug ;turn" He will al I' +
I Tampa Feb'y( 23rd ISBa. iu the Charlie and Clara Neal l were orphan*.- revived sufficiently to talk much, and then was still with us!, he seemed to be completely .H J
They had been reared by their mother's he was attacked by fever and begged (for charmed by Clara 'a sweet,;:ntle man... ; '
; only sister. That lady was now; dead, so J water constantly, of which we had ,to be ners and unselfish demotion to her brother. ;
; S. Y FINLEY ] they were all in all to each other. I could sparing, for we would have to be dependent De[ was never satisfied when absent from x
1 t well understand Clara's feelings for I knew I on that little cask for our supply Just before her sideI obtained a lovely little cottage, b

; ATTOUXEY AT Iht\ ? :: her situation. I knew she would indeed noon we saw floating toward us a woman in the suburbs of Paris and carried my I !
lj 'left alone' at her brother' death, so 1 bound on a chickencoop.The two charges to it; there they lived a retie ,
BROOKSVILLE' FLA. resolved to supply that, brothers place to captain said "we have room for one ed and peaceful life, and became as sisters
her as well &11 could. But the poor girl more nave we not !" to each other, the captain (whose mme was
\ ,-Judicial"WOT Practice Circuits.in the Southern and could not yet lean on any one as she had We all answered "yes." So we rowed Lennox) and myself often visiting them

.'" Jane 21rd.! '66. f on her brother. toward her, after many vain efforts, at last and passing!! many hours in their society.!
Ouce more were we on board and afloaton succeed in, getting her untied and draggingher It bas not been long.since I persuaded It
MEDICAL OTICE.o the noble vessel which was to bear us I into our little boat, she proved to be the gentle Mrs. Monroe to change her
.. stock of to our native land. We were all three delighted the one I had noticed clasping her babein name to Mrs. Weldron, but it has been
DR. JOHN P. nlly for informs ma- : with prospects of getting home.1! her arms on the burning vessel ; that long enough for me to learn. that I have .
Ills PROFESSIONAL coun When we retired to rest that first'night on |I babe was still clasped in those arms, but one of the best little wives that ever fell
OFFERS citizens of Tampa orders in our homeward bound vessel, it was with I alas I they bad not proved powerful enoughto to any man. Little Clara resides with us,
'".Jf j Office at hi residence. d'dim atch. some thoughts of joy mingled with 'our save! its little life, for it was cold and but only waits the return of Capt. Lennox o
April 2uth, 18C7. > ,Store.tf. sorrow. Had it not been for the hopeless stiff in death. The mother was nearly as to change ber residence. We are loath f

:. nsiutS 'Carts.r. : Y'"T condition of our brother and friend, our cold and dead as her babe, bat she at to part with ber, for we ire endeared, by
t>> joy would have been unmixed with sor length revived after Clara had rubbed and strong ties of common misfortunes, to etch

F row ; but we could not give ourselves up chafed her cold hands and feet. She open other. The only thought that clouds '. rClara's
F. nrrcncu: D. L to pleasant thoughts when the coming separation ed her eye and commenced talking to happiness'is that her brother can #

I I.. F.' 'I I I T U II E J L & U t weighed so heavily on us. About her child ; she did not look into ita face at not chare it.KichlanJ. 'ti'
three o'clock !in the morning we were sud first, but at last she raised its little cold Fla.Lesions. 'N L)
COTTON FACTORSr. denly awakened by the most appalling cry face and looked. A look of agony came ... .
into her such a look I can never '
that over fell upon the ears of one far out eyes ; Wisdom.

:, -: ACDQo4"missian:! :- on the vast ocean. The cry of 'fire fire! forget. Keep good company or none. Never .
( ) \ the boat is, on fire!I' Every one that heard "My baby, my darling little Eddy," she. be idle. If your hands cannot be usefully
( .: ,". ; CRtrC ants, I' that dreadful cry leaped! to their feet, and shrieked, "Oh, my baby is: dead !1" employed, attend to the cultivation of your a ; r
rushed upon the deck which was a scene, She fell back on her seat and for hours we mind. Make few promises. Live up 'to
75 Poydra St., X cwr ,'. < tal' tof confusion indescribable, parerts lieSbe in with
"1 rAu'e f t.earch-I' tried to revive lay stupor your engagements. Keep your own secrets -
,,\ l>uLli .- I ing for their children, husbands and ,' her dead babe clasped so tightly we could : if you have any. Wh'eu you speak sf
; MPOST, \ neatness, calling for each other with the look of de not remove it, though we repeatedly triedto a person look him in the face. Goodcomp''Oy 3to
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dune t-Ue- spair on their faces. The boats were be I do so, as we thought to consign! it to and good cone nation are the ve- I '
LGN.'J LMnru tart mot : 1 tf ing lowered into the water, but 10 greata the.water before she again reviled, believ. ry sinews of virtue. Good character cannot
number of persons could not hope to es.. it to be best to do so we knew she never be essentially! injured, except by your own
Merchant.TAMPA cape in them. The Captain had lost all would consent to part with it, and ;it was acts. If any one speaks evil of you, let
I ; { t command over his crew, for they well not possible to keep it it in the boat. Toward our life be so that none will believe Jim} :
knew the awful death that awaited them if night we managed: to slip it from brink no kind of intoxicating liquors.iver I '
FLA.TITILL they did not leave the doomed ship. After her arms and tenderly rolling its lilllo wet live (misfortune ezcepted) within t ,

/'\ attend promptly: to all b uin the first thought of my own danger,I garments about it, we cast it into the dark I your income. When you retire to bed, a
that of Clara and her almost
ii trusted to his, care. came dying waters. think over what you have been doing durDg I
j5"Con iffiiraeuU respectfully solicited. brother. I looked eagerly around for I
The next morning wo looked out on the the day. Make no haste to be rich
August 2566. i8- them, but seeing them nowhere I rushed,
t : vast expanse of water to see if we could : if f you would prosper. Small and steady ,
back into the cabid. I did not stop atClara's +
I not spy lIone'es el coming towards us.- gains give competency with trrxnqnillitjr: ;
\ door for I well knew I would find
; Clara said the knew we had spent our last of.raind. Never play; at any game: of i :
her with her brother, I hastened on to his, ..
I| night on the water, in our little boat, she chance. Avoid: temptation through fear :
+ TUSTOI'EXFJ). W" r.RELT.. KINI= I berth, and found him lying exhausted, and ,
i *j Furniture wit 1 1* made to order. of each Clark kneeling by his side, her white facet was confident we would get resistance before you may not withstand it. Kirn money
Her cheerful ofore it. Never into debt
c : 2nd of I! night. words inspiredus you spend run
: her situation.:
betokening hopeless j ji
: ,; 1'/1 th' with hope, though wo could not discover unless vou see a way to get out ag'\in.-
I Bed-ad., "
I Wnidrobos, : nrJT'rtu. : boats are not yet gone, we IDget: a place I II' was very low, the broiling sun on the pre- marry until you are settled in buii- !

i; f r ;.' : Tele-n-Jetes. :: ...- y. I'I in them.. i iI ceeding day had almost exhausted us all, !><...", and cnn upjw'rt' a wife. Speak evil d

,t ,. Arm..*. OdeaDs, I Charlie was so completely overcomei but more partieu Inrly my sick friend. 1 of no one. Be ju-t Ufore you are generous
t 1 --r:% Sola*, : I i with excitement, ho could not move, so I'' plainly saw he could not survive much Kep yourself innocent,if you would f
1 Divans : : 'jpu-hed Clara away and snatching him up<' longer; Claratoo was becoming sensibleof be happy. :Sa\'o when you areyoungto. .,
\ t Ac. : "in mv arras, and calling to Clara to follow! her brother's condition but to my sur'prise s PinJ when \ou are old.! .. l t '
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their i me. I made my way, as best I could to the' she appeared) resigned. She even -- 1i. t

1 t ; old Al Furniture!o particular, cleaning l attention: varni.hinF given i to. Ac. I 1 deck, by this time the smoke and heat spoke.to mo of his approaching death, a Tho editor of tte .\Ilbarnarg.J shows ,
,. .; ... strict attention to the Undertakintr." I 4Mt I were becoming suffocating. Juntas .wa:, thing she never di-1 before. him-e'f jolly on what other people! might P 4
I J lioUtcrine."at the "h orte t not ice neat<- t I reached the deck we aw the last boat 1 About the middle of the afternoon, the consider! serious, : "1Ve see the sheriff, during "
.,. i : uer and cheapest I'AtrI, for the times \ ,; ROD. ''leave! the vessel, about twenty persons captain suddenly exclaimed, "a sail I seea our absence, has advertised the Argus ...
i I! Rooms-opposite J, Ferris' Store, We .
: j were left screaming and imploring the sail !1" A thrill of j joy and gratituderan for sala. hope the bidJers will
.: i: March 23d. 1367 J. n., HAYGOOn 43 ) boats not to leave them, though they were'i iI through: our hearts at' that cry. The have a merry time of it. If the sheiiff ,
I(crowded until their jjunwales were almost Captain having on a white coat, pulled: it can sell it he will do more than we ever I's. \

i f ; j ; te r cl: c. : under the water. The despair written on : off and'tying it to the oar waived it several cou'd.' Like a damp percussion cap wa t ...I. !
i I! ( 'W t1o l:YdLJ(y+J : \% line with !I their faces I will never forget. I forgot! times! but seeing that the ve-sel wa think it will fail to go off."
f i j I 4 HAVE IN' STORE A Few now pre my own dreadful situation for an inatannt, nearing ui in her route, be sat down and '
i .. ltTE i ; cheaper I in gazing on their frantic efforts to reach ; The statement that it is necessary to ;
t t \Y "Maid of 01 leans" SIO\"t.tI. of be found held the signal in his hands waiting pa
I \" the Ian departing bolit. Several of them'leaped '' stick a two cent revenue stamp on every i I
t I .i i a better quality limn ever k"re.r \J. side Ferris: of : into the water in the vain hope of tiently tntil she came near enough to see egg: you ret for hatching has been danie. !, .. '

I offered in this market. Call and l'i j reaching the boats. I stopped and stood I u> She proved to. ba a steamer, bound officially, by the Secretary of the Treav ;

!; ,<_ )'ouMlrea. SPENCER & YA : : BROD I 1[ with my burden in my arms, completely :I for the port we had so lately left. She ury. .

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TUB FLORIDA FEM SULA. We are happy to be informed, by a gen. the office at B.utow up- I Th Tampa Debating Society A frjenefriling frcra Drayton Island, \

demon from the country, this week, that line from Gainesville! to MR. EDITOR Wo Lad the pleasure of Lake G or/on the 7tb inst., says ; "ia '

ti" ,. our coarse witn regard io our present condition in full and vocce:- ful cps I addition)Idl the vegetables of more northern t!
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discussion i
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of affairs, our duly therein, A-on io IIn rgoeciatito cf gerilo- attending Society ,localio, excellent, large bead,, white
:, '; 'r; : meeting the approbation, very generally, r* Imp*, alre:'dy.cor.su. en Saturday! eight last, and when ive say cabbage, US, eocnmtxrf, squashes, npetomattoesrish

i of our friends: and leaders in the country. ) l"IHlJt by which they I pleasure we but faintly express our approbation potatoes, KIW sweef poia-

Hut,.e are r.orrylo leurr, from the Rime posted, in all tb" tff.ira E of the effort of the young men at lots and fen corn may !be mentioned ai ".. :;'J;
source, that there are yet a_few who alTect tuluard wurld uf ours. 'in seasonit Lake George, at present writing. f.
TAMPA not to appreciate the necessities of the 1 Ba rlow may now get improvement. The, subject was 'which Evy variety of the citrus tribe..

.' --- -- times, and who seem determined to throw } of Wall street, N. Yn in wields the greater power, the pen or the bananas: ,. grapes, Ac., sera growing

; SATURDAY. Jane 6th, 1807.rjf'Wit every obstacle in the way of registration, as soon as bOOb as clos sword I' The debate was highly entertainingcompasthng there, anoe concludes that the guava :

,1 '- -., .'- when that work shall have commenced : the same! evening; or they a wide in tbe date, pall Japan plum, pine apple, lea 1
: M. GAEIIAOS. fq.. U our,Agent at amongtt us. Now, for our life, we cannot cotton Sales of range plant, peh, apricot, soft shelled almond,
n.1n. Fla and i. authorized ye8- and letters and (
iUe. to receive field of war ot (was highly and other
conceive the moilvtt of such We the of nectarinefujnbe, olire, many
'. 'rJoaey subscriptions and advertising, andy persons peopla c -
_ 'receipt for the ..ame.I neither can we appreciate the policy or have to go to Bartow, if creditable to the young men oil\, ampa.- fruits wibrow therewith very little troub-

; the patriotism of such. When such men tell news, instead, as here The discussion was conducted with much I le." 'Tole above list several varieties of ;i

;;' -:' Maj. R. COVBA. will p'ease' as Generals Hampton, Longstreet, Dick of Bartow coming to decorum, was well presided over)/ and exhibited indigeno' plume might btf added, which' t ;
accept our Taylor and all the other distinguished leaders As it is now the case fact are itpeng 'loin May to'November, and t
1 thanks! for copies of General Orders So 8 a very gratifying that the de. '
of the late Confederary have accepted new, so will it be the the Cari. PAP'IY. or Tropical Pap" -

t4 and. 9.From. ..---- ... .__ tbb 'situation and. signified their deter- to everything else in two or bateis pad not met uop cpared. The large This faved region is peculiarly adaptedto

mination not only to register but to go ; at present we, will say no and appreciative audience manifested their the 'gwth of long colton, sugar cane
sections we have encouraging g to the polls and vote, side by side with tin however, a few "dots'1 approbation by frequent applause. Abun tobacco,ice, and other field crops.- Un-

accounts of the crops. colored freedman ; to Lear men of small to use at some future time, ton.
.---._, .. ..- caliber of mindcompred to those named to try to inspire an ef dant success say we to tbe Tampa Debating > .. ... .. ";

.' ? f3T We would be thankful to our reader above, and who perhaps, never.':\1' 'the I snatch our beloved town, Society, and future years will develop A New Enterprise. '.
,, front during'the troublous times that approximating doom. the fact that much good has been accom. A col deal has been said and written -
<< throughout Hillsborough, llercando
I. 'folk 'tried men's souls;,but rather who perhapsshirked I however. before, closing pushed and much improvement secured.It .- about Brida supplying the Northern mar
and Manatee, if they would forward all danger and all sacrifice, now, I there is just wire enough i is not visionary to imagine that kets wa early vegetables, but nobody
us an occasional of the i in talk 'humiliation Ac. manyof ndertake wbat promise of
: report crops{ : 'degradation,1 the line, to erect a would gave
their sections is. to say the least, a very pitiable.and. flimsy i Btriow
-- -- gauze for such to attempt to hide be. this, inasmuch 'as.the ,Com occupy high places in Church and State brongblbe matter to practical test on
hind. It is carrying out the old adage believe' his fan about two miles below this cily.TIe .-
The steamer Alliance, STAPLES Master, reason that and become brilliant ornaments to Society.So "
.. arrived hereon the 4th ini-t., from Key 'cutting off the nos to spite the face,' and do not want; an of mote 'it be. baa fine crop of Tomatoes DOW ripen, '

I W & and departed,earne day for New Orleans forcibly reminds ns of a story a man somewhere \! they will not _wee one ing, wich be will ship to New York by 1'
intermediate tells of a boy, whom be met on OBSERVER. every eamer until about the first of Ju-

4. ,. .. .ports.i horseback one very cold morning, and as ... .._- ly. le rates of freight between Jacks ;;
-i i s % m ': Culture. in Brazil.It .
_ the boy was crying with cold the man sonvil and New York are seventy-five' "
Attention is directed to'be
; to the advertisement said to him : 'why don't you get down and some altentiot appease thai the emancipation of the centser busheL Success tu the pioneer
of Mr. J. S. RKDBKOOK .
and .
yon will i lead the horse t that's the way to get warm. and budding II slaves in Brazil,. as proposed by the Emperor in
see that he las just received: a new stock e stocks we think tbienterprise.Union'S
'Its a b.b-borrowed horse and I'll r r-ride has been canvassed in the Council of
of Dry Goods, Groceries tc., which be will result from the impel'. Iteconstruction.Th .
him if IHreeze, whimpered the boy.- Slate, and it is understood that ,the plan \ .
r ;, 'will sell as cheap ns can be bought el'' So with these very sensitive and fastidiousfriendsthey'll which much of the work rovides for the total extinction of slavery concluding speech of the Attorney '
I tihere. The ladies would profit by inspecting on tbe St.Johu'!! river dur
f ride the horse though they i inline year 1000. The following! are re- Geneil upon the Georgia and 'MissiFsippicasesn
his Goods. .
S 1 ( Dry do freeze-that is, they will ruin themselves The errors which pu d to be the bases uf the plan : tne Supreme Court of the United '

I and.destroy their country, just to gratifya forcibly are : First, the se F si-Slavery shall cease totally!! io the State is a masterly display of logic and ,
j i '- As promised, on last Satu rday night little spleen.! Now if the opposition slocks or wild roots, year900, that is, in thirty-three years law. Mr. Standberry gets upon no ucUloftymlestal \ .J
a t I J.' e the doors of the young men's Debating the very few, for we rejoice that the number careless' and hasty way in hence.SeconNJ. HS Robert J. \Ya!'ker for ;;

4 ..:. Society will be thrown open to !the public is very small, could: stop the current o dug up. In most cases! all -The State shall indemnifythose foreric display, but he establishes quite i

t again to-night. They bare succcded! in event then there might be some reason in are destroyed and nothing citizens who may still: own slaves at concisivcly thai those States corn before )

t i v putohasing a library but have only mado exercising that opposition, but despite all or "collar:' The stocks thai period the Curt with political complaints over :

J ; a part payment, and they wish to obtain their talk about 'humiliation,' tc., the from a dense and Third-F\pm the dale of the promulga whic it has no jurisdiction. We aSllume.lthpo.itionat -

114 \,-"' means to pay the balance due. T+ all registration will take place ; the 'election are often_expl,4ed to the sun lion of this uVcrve, all children born to the. outset, and with a .

't :, : who wish to see our young men filling for members to the contention will follow; for hours and even d,.y_ hlav shall l I.e -free. few idividunl exceptions, the people ac :;;ilquie

t ,'. prominent stations in lifego and encourage the contention will sit, a constitution : (not planted) in a hole i;i i Foutb-Tuo' chi'dren'! who may be <.e. If the reports ot suffering for ; I

1: them by your presenceanddon'tforget be framed, under which a general election to admit the dried I educated in the ftpuses of their parents' great, and actual starvation: which each f .

the 25 cents. for a Legislature and State officers will I ali or stocks thus tranplan- masters shall serveX them till they rl:8cbtblir us fom Georgia! true, the money squan- .

f elected, and finally an application, to Con.gress the owner may attrib twentieth year\aDd will:! then' be restore derd for an eminent Attorney's fee in 'abooless
: GXXXRAL ORDERS, No. 8.-By this order for rc-aJmisiion into the Union, is to the wondrrful! ri ty (freedom. case, before the Supaeme Court,

I ,. a most rigid system of quarantine regulations 'fixed act' which we cannot gainsay.The \ \'e' energy of thi, no Fif.h; -ihere will b \ established courts La,]bet'.er:1) buy food for her' famished..
t : : will be inaugurated and kept up framing of a Constitution ai the organic to hi' own care aii-1 kill ; I of emitucipition in all \he towns to enforce poole. Union.

I r:. at the port of Fla. That at Tampa will law of the land: under which we 'makes any growth the I I the law am! see to'us: proper execu-: ..a.---

:: go into effect: on the 10th inst. This we our children must live, is one among \ ncctssarily! be very weak '' iiuu.' \ SHOCKING Acclt lon.-Oo Friday the

'" think is a most judicious and timely move ; highest and most imj>orlanl and responsib'e wild trees about two or 'I Sixth-A fixed amount wJll I! beset ashJ e lath inst. while Mr. Antonio Ponce and

; t though it may work to the disadvantage duties'which can devolve upon man diameter elected from 'an for the eru.ineipstiOD) of the saves of the his two'son were hunting, jest north of

1 ;; of the fete, yet it is a bulwark of protection this life, as a social and political boing.A with an abundance of fi I nation, anti the>Hme, terms wUl I be agreed tie city, they started up a deer. One of

t I to the many. It is but a carrying convention of men to frame a constitution 'f"I planted in A broad hole, upon to effect the liberation of f\he slaves tie sons fired at the animal, which: thencossed -

'e': out of the old adage : "a stitch in tim is rery different from a \ the ilass of loots aJheie, owned by religious order H* may be made the road. ThiDkh g that his fathei -

I ,C waves *ine," and also "an ounce of preven- met to pass laws under a Constitution. will prove most satisfac to purchase 1 the fiecdom of,those lu'd' by was behind ,him, be fired again ; on advtncing .
i' titive is better than a pound of cure." The acts of the Utter may be repealed an s..ful. These stocks should tL- ;..ornunt.'tnlLTh..re: to see the fleet of his shot, he

-- annuled. at pleasure by any ; uot over two feet above ;. \ will he appropriated a orsurpriseJ to discover bra father, in
More ilnon, Legislature. Not so with the formerA ; (bat tie tie when hu.l.j.} :t fund l luf iLe annual purchase of M cennin I front of him. The old gentleman wasL) '

;, t single evil provision in a Con spn-adiug l.t-sd. Su.-li' : number .,,1't ''nv ", t-othtt !but A.W: may" tli standing: perfectly erect and on being \*ked -
-; ; We expect to commence the republication may work evil and only evil to tho ; t to the eye, loader-lived! i! m huuae! ,: v.h l a tie Lour of;central em.l l by his; sort why he did not shoot at the I
S ; of the, above letters, perhaps in our for year, perhaps, before it can bo remi ) from high;: vv.uds: or {I "'ilutt'u) ; it ai hand.'I'be : deer he merly uiJ-"mv.on I am woui.d-
1 : next iuue,revl8fod and corrected, by the died. And there h l1Ioru eva\ n.ent; to 1(+ b'l j "n-lai.1
t and down
: yet are some so squeamish ( r:!nu ot the! Hrifeilian! Government: i\.d" t and died. A .i in' I
.'j I :.:,,"- author\ and amplified with such general about being 'put on a level with lll I the luau! iu;;li-toppea, |I.illll-I i | suva tint: there: !b no doubt us to the determnr..iui i j fits butk-sbot had penetrated his breimt,

',. :>.:, icformalioo as he: may hare been enabled, negro,' that lbtyt ill permit tbo Legro are (unlV>rtui.; eteli I ) *j i d tL! KicHrci[ in regard to tbi"l juV above the heart.-St. Auyuitine Et- "

:1} to collect her regard to South Florida, its through tltir agents, the delegates: to \ tiee'h'.'-' p.aiiud: gr .vu. uiattvr, Hud alleges! t".,; a step Lcs \. urner.. I ..

: / capabilities, resources, future development convention, to flame an organic law, l> ct on Immigration. teen Inll.li! wLch honors bis iDteution.WHAT .r _
which themselves and their children ..
--' FLOBIDA A P.\RADlsa-A: New England
&C. since their : "r> the \\ '
first r Leg
publication in this t
pa* to be governed in all the future. passed re.olutiorj of invita IT COST.-The New York World woraanXthinks she has found paradise in '

j w per about. a year ago. As these letters just like the boy above, they will 'ride' have been established: }, the thus vigorously sums the results of ibe' Floridlt. She writes as follows:

t i S will run through some dozen or more of high horse! of self importance, And the bar been nvck" late war: "I Leli\\e I have at last found the falu- .

j our issues, and contain just that kind o( al! the 'freezing' consequences of A : ; !:: < es pas have been l""uigut l i... "To accornplitb' llo emancipation of the sous country where the mouth of March is \
constitution, rather than come down negro we have Lurueucd the nation with a delightful. visit) here bb been like
... information about which so many are now i the tide of i in>mi 'ntion sonb'ne -
s I : walk' upon a level with their fellows, ::) but in vain. The North and colossal deb:, impoverished and beggared: : and spring to A frost bitten plant.-
continually receiving'letters of enquiry thereby aid in framing just and wise a> the JUccutented one-.LaJ( of the country, we have derangedour I have more I IXe-more rest-more appetite

from their friends up the country ; would for themselves and posterity.We : World, are appartntyalike popula! currency, subverted our Constitution, -more conscious pleasure in existence, \
are happy to find that corrupted the public moral, clothed hundreds than I hare bad &r 1' i'z
it not be a great saving o f time, trouble! our : the inducements which Ala years in New England. ; ::
in this matter meets the cordial approbation thousands of families in mourn Here must be future" home for ;t
and for Southern States to my at least !
expense too. ? many throughout of some of our very best! exchanges who desires present his ing and maimed hundreds of thousands : half the year, if I a\n to live and do
_", this section of to subscribe- for is evident improve created famine any
dt t ; country, as from the following change of location. Doc, of surviving' citizens, we have thing. Here I am a\iving woman; at tbe ,
additional cumbers of tbe Peninsular to ; which we quote from that able and t>terJin prepared and circulated prices for food, hare turned our trading North I am for six months a half-dead

I 'r sand to: their! friends As *.e have received ;; p*\per, the Florida Union : ine\hautal classes! and bankiug institution into one." \
: 'flie Tampa Pimnsiilar has come resources cliques of speculators, we have destroyed -...-. ..
1t y"f' ucb letters of and hare other natural but
tawny enquiry not in an able and well tempered article in (" tI *>sly on the our shipping interest, and, worse than all, A ;second shock of an earthquake} visited

{1 --: time to answer' them! all, we now say to i"e' vor of organization i in pool faith unJ the ""Jull, cold public cur of death.tar as" have filled the hearts of our puaplo with Nebraska City on the morns g of the 3d

.'_ .,' rv one, here i is an opportunity offered, at a the military bill. ao.l l administers A l \ Times pouts: out the se rancorous and malignant passions and poi huts It,was longer and more Violent than ..
'- rebuke to bharkoy, Jenkins and others soned the whole!. social and political atmos. that of April 24th. .
small:! price, only $3 per year for subscription when it shows thai the Chimneya\were tum .
a their attempt to defeat reconstruction of phere. If tho negro has been elevated, the bled down, bedsteads moved 'id
= houses
: for to obtain all reconstruction in the a
.{ our paper, necessary appehls to the Supreme Court.. white laborer has been
.1 depressed: halfway rocked like
.I' r i ly exemplified in the ships at sea. At Sidney, Iowa
( ;;:-I-+. _-tl' information about Florida. \Ve would, in conclusion, commend tll of Emigrant re tu meet him. rorhat is the essence of the shock appears aUo.to have hen; felt.,

I 'l '-i-':' .... .. following, which we clip from an exchange of Five slavery I WbaL L tli., that one man It i U getting to be shaky
April. out '
f5 -_<'-' ; A NEW OKDER.The attention of parties to the serious counideraiioa cf every : and htlieved. that years ago works and another takes from him the w st.
the exis The .
J;:" .:' ,:::, r interested is invited: to the following in 1li1l borough county who may fruit of his labor ? Before the war, all Washington Chronicle, For ., .1.
I '- our position :in reference to this repelled strangers from that the white per, which claims! to be the leading "
-r paragraph, which 'we dud in our excban -great question \ exists '! laborer earned way his own; org n
,'J'L. I :: ot the day,' and if ha has any t-ymp: ry co longer yet nohal, ( of it is wrested from him by tbe of the extreme wing of the Radical parlV !
I ., ) :" thy for nu fellow beings let those twenty-five thousand immi..1 i < _..,._.,... ?. r .. :.i. v/t! i-_ .. i comes out in K. !ou General Carlin has issued circular sympa.thles - ,
'I..v. -I
A, A or at New York last month CI I/LCH1. 11 1:1 "HU uiiucuuy, tuai necan B Y 'fur g\
I' confiscation.
I I 1 .t" deringll agents of the Freed man's Iiu be now exercised in retraining further gone to Arkansas, five to 1 feel and, clothe his family ; but food

j, 'c ,; 'f rea_abstain from taking part in political opposition to a measure, which to Florida, nine to Georgia, I and clothing are what the Southern slaves The Radical appointees of Sheridan i in
ii' : meetings and conventions. Agents who can offer any hope at all of better Louiiiana, one to I.cverulitld.: The white )laborer's children New Orleans are managing tbe
-! -. nomina.ionsforoffic for I be future. JiSliifo'ip.1 I ragged aud bhoelesa to the tion business in _
go meet
t t- :t; accept are expected Carolina: ten to such a way, as, il is I
t :. ;' '- : !! to tender their resignations. 'A writer in a St. Louis paper, who hundred and sixty-throe" Io cost of emancipating the negroes. The thought, will enable the negroes to elect
: : recently' travelled through the States price roust be paid to the utmost candidates of their ,
't 'V .- -- -five to Virginia.; All these farthing, own color to munici
." ,I North and South Carolina, Georgia Hud our politics must turn, for years pal offices by a
_. From Charleston. 277, while Illinois, alone many majority of several thou) .
I I Alabama MJ that deaths from < to come, on questions connected with the sand. It is
t: : ; C unUS10f, Mar 21. -General Sickles New England more than passing strange that man
almost any
occur daily in the localities wb just distribution( of the buj\! calling himself
r.t.! '" "' J Las issued orders prohibiting the distillation that inhospitable Canada nearly :1 tn. a Kentuckian should at
be visited and ..
I _: of spirits from grain in the second Military many more has mon urgent need of :: tach himself to a free negro party.
before the mature unless CONFISCATION. J
':" ,, District. declared liable corn crop she has land in -The Charleston J/tfCU. EARLT. Fine .
ct' }t Offenders are ; ; watermelons .
from the North. Ho the aLun,1, have been ,
I' ... ',; ( to trial and punishment by military comes titution throughout the South ears is tbe sort which, ""hen ry says : 'Nor have we the least fear, that brought to this market for the past week .
'I'+ commission. The reasons assigned for : : will laugh with a harvest a convention of in so the : ,
: spread and fearful, and elates heart-rend ; I I negrots South Carolina, says (Tampa) Peninsular. This i it.
j i these orders, are that the presnt scarce sup; incidents of starving people } of the un pea
J ply of food in Carolina is seriously diminished lug for bread.. and social affairs, the I I I pie for their benefit would send 'u* one bv the next yon
I ", by the large quantity grain consum of Europe turns away : or appropriation. It train."- fl rat Point"(Ga) Times."goober
!j : ed in the District, work in defiance of Kev- General Orders\o.trfro Headquarters sterile North. One would require ten thousand: United States

,: i .1. ,': enue.laws; that this unlawful traffic makes ,'says : The prompt payment of :- f l\ntl skilled agriculturists! j'f j'I troops in each District i in the State, to turn what HOME.-Afler all!, downright,: comfort is \ 1

i: I food dearer in places where large numbers Tax i'neces ary. The public Are' enjoined I elsewhere might redeem i;i: the white population out of their homes wa an after There is a corner ia '. ,

,! !r 1; ;, are depending upon the public and private to fulfil their obligations. the Ohio liiver Hut j i i and tu. and evry heartwhere father and mother, sister N t
bounty; that the Government is defraud of are requested; to pay their T xa, Commanders deters them, sod until (tlu11 i pat negroes: into tlcua( ; and after brother, reside. Here is our only .

r I : large amount of revenue; that tho author of Military Sub-Districts will:! (\ of order find the com :i: such a wt'ikwi-s ucccmflUbcd: it would 'I home, !nucL 'as we may roam, There Iii.1 ;

I I C >-..... 1. ity of its officers is brought i into contempt tain civil officers in the discharge of of the people, no cor., have a deplorable! tendency to bo undone, beauty io mystery, gratification in novelty, l jbt.t

i" i ..ht.. : : i,i and that tbemllc1l1ef.coOlplalDcd of tends duties. of immigration will set which all the troops of the United States the mind will leave all, and go back i t

j t I :} 1*i i(.(' ;,' : io Increase poverty, disorder and crime. Bv, order of Col. Jons T. SPRAOCE. ; .-Jfontyomtry Advertiser. may fail to prevent.. o tUelf.the humble hearth -stone and there. rest' y I

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} l Pcatnazo: : xvxar SATCUAT arT % ,\\\. \ :I.i-ve SPENCER & MAN'S. .' A. CLARKE & CO., '. ,. +

K. SPENCER. Have just Received direct from New York*, 5 i ''t

-: AND :- tr 0 -::; central Assortment, forming a complete # I rand
POST g new -
OFFICE, T.\MPA .-. ....... .. .
\. \ \ K'gS ; \oJ STOCK. OF GOODS- r t ; '
Fine New ANo. vnPo ..
Arrival aad Departure of (R OtP: m :
Mails. fPHE UNDERSIGNED respectfully) inform S "':I: OQtr .
: ".. rn Consisting in part of the following article .r 11':: ,
OFFICE HOURS: ; J. the public that they: have just received afresh a r- "

.,.- Prom 8 A, M.:to ft P. iL, daily. Suns SIOHIIFEL STDA IER. I supply of well selected Groceries, Dry : C/ fJo t:' :11 y :; <. ;- ..
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i iI.o&t t .\. 1L Goods, Re. .ymadeClothing, Crockery Hardware III. t- ..,., 0, .
:; ; MAILS DUE: SUITED FOR THE CATTLE TRADE, and : T'm.are, Ac:: 2 .0.. e Od c..i i I Such as ,'".,';' -,:- .':7.: I.
Two haudred head of steers Sy- : '
carry I GItOCERIES. ; tt Calico V .
4-- I "Wedne day'*ad Saturday at 6 P.M. Is 14' feet long, and 25 feet beam and draw p e'e' : Z F
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t. I 'Cout'1dai1.6ti. sad 15th eaek month. whenloaded. feet Said Stumer inch u Corn, Flour,tard Bread, Bacon, clear a ; .. I
8T water. Leaf Lard Goshen Butter o C3 :o sc L-.I Ginghams .. r S
tides Coffee ;
1 I MAILS CLOSE. can be bought for lesa than any vessel ever P" t: : ... bf""" 2: t:' L. Merino I
Rice Tomato o n Mas- .
'. before ,Sugar Syrup ,, H: : .i ,
8 P. M, WedaoMdaIuD brought Florida. = e_ lin De Lainee .
Sunday Yeast Powder g. ,
J For farther particular, Catsup .ll..> A r -at. ,
t JOHN F. FLETCHEi; P-M. Soaps Blueing[ ,-.1" ",. _o 3 ; Jaconet Swigs ., .
S. Apply '
-" toH. Matches, .. fiiQ Mat!in, Vic Lawn,* 4
Tampa Ftib. 2J td- ALBURY 5 P >erj-; :.=.. '
:l t 1857. 41 Aa' Q..Cw Irish Linen, Bareges, .; i J
1t r Tampa,Fla. -0- .. &'" 3 ds 1 !::;;;II- Silk Handkerchiefs, Fancy V V '

..41! New Advertisements. June 8th 1867. 7 tf DRY GOODS *'TnlltlMmGS. ooPe y rhcw Neck Ties,Edgeings, In- r J \ .'.

'.... 0 sertioni, Velvet. GimpTrim .. ; .. '
fj; New Good*- .S. Redbrook. HEAL THE SICK! Heavy Bed Tick,Denims, Linen Checks, Lin- o' !: 0.:11; ;; t::. III i rnings,Shirtings Sheetings &. i J

Fresh Drag fc Medicines-Dr.Branch. F. C1Checka.itches Drilling Calicoes, Muslin., ... 9 c r:". cg :g"J Drillings-Bleach'd A Unbleached ; I
HAVE JUST-RECEIVED FEW CA. Muslin Assorted Braid for dress '"' a e.. Marlboro A: Hickory Stripes, V .. t -
TTTE A .:0 -: -II' '.
:. Steamer aale H. If Slli OF' binding Pins, Needles, Coat'Thread, o. .=.:.-- ; ..;; ..; >- Denims,Ticking,Checks Scotch Plaid '", .. I ....
Albory. Fine Old Monongahela Whisky, Flu Thread, Sewing Silk, aa't'd '" t:' Ky Jean. Cassimeres Flannel,Bonnet *,::.;. ;
l' Final Notice-Elizabeth Stafford. Old Rye Whisky.i 'colors. Floss, T. N, Elastics a !; .: ctio cp arJ 4 Taffety Ribbon, Ladies Belt, Buttons, \ I a:
Notice to Debtor t Crtditors-W. Blackberry Ladies i Gents Hd'k'ffs, ::r:> "--""""-"' Balmoral, A Hoop Skirt Ladies and Gen -
.$a.la. t Ginger Brandy, Ladies & Children's '_" .a.'_=""=' '" .... oi t- = tleman's lloosiery! Gloves, Collars, Boot*! t, y :.j

L --- 4'.... Mint Juleps, .Hose, Gent \ ,a '"" O- .rr.. p 0..; Shoes Hats Ac., Misses & Boy Shoes A Hat,' 0 : "
,.- Lose,white ;i to"r t' 3tar&ntiveI1l. Under.Over LB shirts '
0See Advertisement of Mr. II. AI Pale Sherry Wine 3h' n7 f'i :. V i j ,,
r I bury ofTsncg Steamer( fur &ale.! From the Old Port Lemon Wine -0- "".='...Z"Ij-olool-S f_"5' 'r- -- 8 88 t> i .
Syrup 1
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-de O 1 ip'.ioa Le gives of bet, she is just the A Cock Tape. :: CLOTHING, dec. :", .C S"'b'7J X.p 0 a'i Saddles Bridle. Bit, Halter, Martingales -. a I

vessel! for tbippiDjj c ttje. Which we will keep and sell for Medical purpose _:":,T'o1 P CD ', Girths, Stirrups, Brass A Mexican II ;i.
*. Also Linen Coats, .to.:! J* .. spun, Horse Collars Ac., Ac, !
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Alpacca Coats, ""' ..
jEST Attention s dietej to the New Dr Jayue's Carminative Unlearn' Linen Dusters, "o <..9.... 0 I I
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Advertisement of Dr. Brunch who has And small Scotch Palm Hats .
just assortmentofNatmegs .
; ::s t:1: : Pocket A:: Table Knives, Files, rr I
/ received( fresh lot of ) and M Snuff,Tobacco, Pipes, Marbles,.A&, Leg horn Hats, _. -:=!1 ;a; sr.,..:. rP rl't \ Door; Pad Locks Axes Trace 1 1ChainsJfoesShovelsut'd
cites. For Braid Hat o a r. ,, "" 4Iq
4 : sale by Canton C :' .
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GRANT A CRAFT- W oollI.t.r* o m" -
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noiLbg for eile but what is pura.y Tampa, June lit, 1867. d, i 1 Shirts, :......-..., ? =' eDdABry : "..--- screws Knives&, Hatchets Tacks, Drawi'g,Gun .
-a--.r..... 1 Shoes o mm; 1
I! I I II S. Brushes t:' 'f"toJ c: Cass, Fry Pan. Teakettles *
,.. According: to an iceausttlen: of Provision : F 2 s- t:::=::1 Iron Pot. .,
bfouecfourmerchu !% tie find 675 sack \\% j Q % t\ Blacking a7 7 ::: Bake Ovens, toac. ...
Ac. Ac.
torn lhrgat .$2, to ;2I& luh.L fhur,141 I ILL1i. I y. a m ,rP Z :: j
se11iat JI8, to Y 5,900 '"
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JUST HARDWARE Ac. = & J1' .. '".
lls, : ) 8p
.Lnsa:; 18 asi Who will MJ : 0c:1 I
j' Tampa u o"trtd cow.TA3IPA WHITE CORN. .kery-Ware, bang: l- 0: ; "1 br 8iD Tubs, Piggms Chares Sieves, Broom. Brats V ,
i Kuives A :Forks, < f. .... '
--- -- ----!...---. YELLOW CORY .. .g. o Bound Toy, Flour A Well Backet, Hone f
:Spoons: :-:I .II.> ; :2 P"I: td, Brushes A comb,, Axe Helve Ac. .
!w bl1rrtfurmrns.! FLOUR. Nails, (ass'tdsize,) C_........_...<..:a; ..l.\ :
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BACON, Gun tube Wrenches, !:: r) f-l m 'm

:. 1IDllio 3 Iro illmj\N L1JIBI9S' ( TOBACCO.. MATCHES. 4* Shot Powder, \ ;c .- a'- ..=. fI"t:.:; :.:.::1 c_::!er,.. !,':: 2 Pans,. Pals! Plates;Dippers Buckets,, cap coffee-pot, )

Cape E 1> .,- ... .. 0 \
CAN FRUITS, Writing Paper, .D..-, M :::1- J1' ,.. EARTHENWARE &c- .'
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; \ % SARDINES Envelope Gillets Steel Pens: .a. ::3_::1. ,' ._:... Plates-Tea, Breakfast &t Dinner Sett*;Cnp*- ,
lIA IS.- < --1'> Oo
"' Tea A Coffee sets Bowls rl.ttenl'1tehera ,.
Ink, Ac. Ac. =' :; '
f1IJ dJ COFFEE. -.r..a-1 t-3 Ac.:: G hi: ware-Tumblers, Gobble, "
: -0- : = d.. Pitchers Salt Cellar A t. '
FLA. SUGAR, .or t" r Syrup :: ,
JI JR: And we hare have on hand a well selected e 2.rJJ .= rP Kerosene '
I 1. &c. tc., lot of ::; ": c ......... .
Has just received and for tale (":j ; ;' fII '-
Also a good assortment of DRY GOODS TIN WARE.Such ""J1' :: 2. 7P CP GROCERIES. .. ;

I ; Mr*. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, CALL AND SEE. Cheap for' Cash or as = .'o.. Ao: JJ-4........ __ .I '

I ) I Philotoken or Woman Friend, Country Produce. Milk Pans, 4-c..,..n:. III o c....:1Op D.. S 2. OpIjO ackers, Cheese, Pilot Bread, Butler,Rai- .,

. I I : A. ",. ALLElY.I Milk Strainers, corers '.".:;c...'" -",...' 2 I A McLean's .
Jayoes Wnghta Pills.Browns Tin Buckets with
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Tampa, May 18th. 4 tf. ... Pickles Mustard Pepper, Spice, .
Tin Cups C '":1.0"0.. ... .. Hj3 ,
Ess'nee Jamaica c. Z
Ginger, Tin Plates, ::Ic.s'P_ Tea Coffee, Sugar, Soap,Candies .
.C""J) '
F'aney'So.p; Seidlitx Powders Z. SEWARD Coffee Pots, ::::. Matches, Smoking & ..

j And other articles too numerous to mention toiT. Li O fI1 Chewing Tobacco, & i _'
tJ 0 Hop, Service, Nutmegs, Muk -= -- ;
{ which we will sell at prices "LET LIi E', ;.; g' UJ t7 rP Kerosene Oil.. L .. V .

l'. Spirit cf Turpentine. Tooth Soap, WnLESALE\ AND RETAIL -.j: Qj: ?: ...'.! Also-Perfumery, Cosmetics, Com ,1'-' t t.
GRANT& CRAFT !:.:= r:::i' .
i 1\ Grey Ointment Chloroform ._...2=> ?nil? .. po'I..... ...... Brushes, Pens, Papr & Ink and .... :: J

. Ij;j 1 .ChrystalizedStrychnine Castor Oil, Tampa, Fla. T *":j ;s( f-3< '*t tm tn g various other a r tide t .f '

I ': -<:innamoqJ* Linseed Oil, Q May 18th, 1867. N4 tf. oq:;.: !'="'-so: ,2 g t{"ooI: e :D Having just opened oar Stock we are I ..
s +; # Varnuh Brushes, Lnbin's Extracts, DEALER I o. .. prepared to sell at as low prices as goods
C :r. ....... i
"JI:01i: : Q be ia the Oar Terra
.. 7 can bought place. .
NewGoods .. c
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Lye, OATS, O CASH Produce. Call
r::: ? 'g.g are or Country
; I
"l 1 Sash Tool, Castile Soap', U\Y. BACON, =-,' ? S5 J1' Sll'tlli .. c::ir and See for Yourselves, at my old Stand, 1, .t'!

: Black; Blue A Green Punt PORK, LARD A. FINE LOT OF DRY GOODS, JUST g..D'.... MO ai ; ,jo"1c. I corner of Washington & Marion Street, I

I i FLOUR, RICE, received, which I offer low for Cash or :: :!;! ::: c: m- ::m'cr. I '' Tampa, Fla. Nor. 10.20-tf.
r J Catnip, Sage, ..;. ;
-J : : p5
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: \ e i A few boxes of Water Colon COUNTRY PRODUCE c:" *
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Corner 'JaJcson and Water Streets, co.. '< ;" .n- THE SAVANNAH i
; ; And *variety of other articles. Factory Thread, cr.P", ? _I-

J Tampa, June.th. 1867. 7tf TAMPA FLA. Sheeting, x E.::I =:.. 3" : ca p. Nm\WT IS AEJO)). .',

Terms-CaiJL I will pay the highest mar bLirtincr!:, .

1 The Last I ket price for Country produce. Calicoes Hoop Skirts SPENCER & MANS JDw j :{.WO" *- WoolcIT .
:Stf. '
I May llth, 1 667. De Lain en. \ ..

H \ I Dress Bed Patterns Ticking, C. L. FRIEBELE. NEWSPAPERPUBLISHED I .

OF FRESH CORN AND FLOUR AND A Shirts, H-J just! received a Large and splendid: Stoc AT SAVANNAH GEO I
t general assortment: of rrov :lioul. together TUSTOPENED. WHERE ALL KINDS OF ;i eck Tie, :
with a 6ae assortment of u Furniture will be made to order. Such a Balmoral, .' V
r Circulation in the City. Couclr.
Dry Goods, Hardware Marlboro Stripes! FALL & "TI TERGOOD8 Largest 'V,
Hats A Caps, Boots A Shoes Bureaus! 9 Bleached A unbleached '
omaAL rum or vas CITT.
Saddlery.. Family Medicine .BedMcadijAVnrdrobc Domestics t
Tobacco t Snnff,Salt, *. Ac. I

I Pickles. Mu*t.rd.I Tele-n-Ieles. A, A. ALLEN. Best Advertising Medium. I
I Catsup PSauce. :an 26 26-tf ,

I f 1 Pepper, Spice. Armors To which he invites the attention of the citi- TERMS- t '

Sugar Matches Tea. ,Coffee, Sufn, .I HAVE JUST RECEIVED, per Schr. 'S* zen lIe flatten of Tampa himself,and that the surrounding he ramie Country Daik . . . .. $10 per year

Kerosene Oil, Divans rah Helen," direct from New York, and (If( and can evil M cheap for M Cu good,A, as a the selection Tri-1Veekly. . .-..6. ..
Cer for sale at the old stand of KEIXEIIT A 'Yeokly..A.3. tt M
Perfumery, cheapest
Comb Bruab"And. Ac;. &c. I DARLING, for Cuib only, a small, well as- ..
AltO partkularattention given to repairingold sorted stock His Stork ronsists or S. W. MASON V t
a great m eny articles to numerous tomention ofDRY .
all of I will sell at greatly reduced Furniture cleaning varnishing, Ac Also I GOODS, STAPLE Editor & Proprietor.A ..
prices,. for -f* h t.r Country-Pro'duee. The I strict attention to the 'Undertaking.Upholstering STATIONERY, CUTLERY & FANCYDRY .
,"at the.h orte t notice, neatest man I
fact it, ftntl rat **frr ,lIy.fj to be undersold !|uer and cheapest! rate!, for the timer SCHOOL BOOKS r GOODS, GROCEr.- .. R

,. J. S. REDBROOK.JnneSlh Rooms opposite! J. Ferris' Store LINES & TWINES, FISH RIES.[ HARD WAR It, % \ j


: Tampa, March 23.], 1367, 48 tf. BACCOAD.4JI.tXTIXEC.IXDLES. GLASS WARE BOOTS .\: SHOES, STORE HOUSED and two lot wtua- ft j

,[ Notice. PERFUMERY : HATS A CAPS. READY-MADE: CLOTHING ted is a most desirablepart oCT&m.a -:a : Rat :

MATCHES FIRST PREMIUM 1 PLOWS, paw Title unque tionable ; posession[ gIven .., f
I : I tc. BROOMS PAINTED the time of tale.Addrvaa .
PERSONS: ; havJo? JP raand a z,t ins t tke CASKOF' d.'c. WOOD A WIL'OW
. t : : ALL".. cf Et":1'r Ras'ti 'sate of Manatee opened, and for sale itSI'ENCER WARE, Dr. A. S. BxClIEXIVA, 4

cocpty, decrjv-: I1U: ;r*..eni them, duly autheEte.sted & MANN'S.' of the quality and price which will please PLAIN.JAPANNED, Florida House.'Tampa, Fla ,
: ithit uelay. and all persona ji\erue a calL"1IEXRY STAMPED &'PLA ;
t indebted to said cnute are requested to make i PROSEUK. ISIIEDTINvARES -

[ { lmta e1hte paymeLi 141.;:: nndersipned All',6 OFFIX1BAIt SOAP JUST September, 1st, '66 19tf.JUST \ .
creditor and pcraone ec'vle-l; to distribution BOXES For Sale twill
.. are Je"cbyotil; d that tteirdaimdwill I* 1 i I received ati
'.. barred *t t& expiraii "f t wo YtN fr;.m this i SPENCER & MANN'S. RECEIVED A FINE STOCK OFGroceries STOVES, SCHOOL
t". date, uuleJ'exLitetod'within' that :'m"'\ i i BOOKS STATIONERY, I sell cheap the S E i of S E t
1, } E t
V.UI.RAWIAJuaefth an. JofNEJandSW *,
1SC7 7-svr,. BBLS. GOOD BAKER'S FLOUR % oo PERFUMERY, of N E I, :Sec: v T. 31),i>of Range SOS

)0) received and"r snle.l q PAINTS AND A East, containing 160 acres.- ( .
SPENCER AMA.NN'S. OILS. &:., CO acres of it good Hammock. <'
Notico of Final Settlement. There i is a !good lf>g house on the land Ind' t

: N''N'T iis:: f (.iu this date, I sha'.l pre- Horticultural Agricultural Seeds, a good fence around tha field. r. V .I J J S
SIX and Patent Medicenps "and choice Apply to- "
mV accounts; voucher to the Honorable A.FINESUDPLYIQF DRIED a .
ProLate Ct>urt of HilUborough count, KILN HARDWARE, Lot of Furniture, OAKEYMANSF1ELD.* i ,
Fl&-fora, final M-ttlement' on the Estate of Corn Meal just received at Feb. Oth. M .
Columbus SUffurd.JeeeaAed.ELIZABETH SPENCER & MANN'S.IE Sportsmen are requested to examine his I

STAFFORD Adm'x. CROCKERY-WARE, fine stock of RIDe and Shot Guns,

't Tamp. June 8th, J867. *6m. Powder, Caps, ie. Notice. i
Dealers will find it to their advantage to
Corn! Corn! HAVE IN STORE Few to examine my stock before purchiWng'elsewhere In addition to the reward of $2fK)offered by V 1I

',Y "Maid of Orleans" Stoves ofa ,. Ready Made Clothing, &c. I will sell for Coal at t(w lowest market I the Governor for the apprehension of Jor
V ;; price. Quick Sal" and small Profits. The dan Green ((freedman.) Mr. R. R. Rrsmto' will t ..
Y bett r quality than ever before Which I will sell low for Cash. highest market price paid for all kinds of !live Three hundred and fifty Ibs (ou. bale) o -

l JUST RECEIVED and for sale at offered in this market. Call and see for JOHN Country Produce. I Cotton, to be delivered on let November nrt. "

: .; .' \ SPENCER & MANN'S. yourtelves. SPENCER: &; MANN. Nor. JACKSON.L tr Calf aDd See J& "said Green is in custody." V :

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; << There is a Bible- in the -ii Legal Advertisements '_. git Advertisements. _s. '

r TIlE EUR1DA' PBX1MAB.te University of Gott gen GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.

,', palm leave \ Notice of Insolvency.
A dai Vjoumey' was\34 ..,J ,- Is Paoijue: COTBT, AT Ca.uIBuJ.ASt'AU' 8th Thirty Probate Court of Ilillb9rouh
f; % .' : : A sabbath daj's ( ) I A. 1t. l67.state county in the State of Florik. for an order +
I, 10 sell LotNoS48eontainrnsr4Waereofland.
r. English mile. T. of Florida ) in the State -
situated in Clinch county olGeofJ1S
; : Jz.:: kel's: reed was Walker lleri>audo County j .
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'( \ A cubit \is 22 inches Kelly ; "ITThereM Abraham Hay, Administrator on MARY COHEN. Guardian ..
A band's breadth is Allen; .1 ,the Estate of Amos K. Anders, late of of Martha Coh*., a Minor.

TAMPAi : five-eight inches ; said county, deed. hat this day filed, in the Tampa. Fla, May 4th. IS 7. ,,._ .
I Probate Court a .. ; of the Insolvency
A finger'sbreaJLb is ;. "tt"utH'.icn F12TAL SETTLEXEXTSIX .
ot said Estate.
SATURDAYS Jane Slh, 1867. A shekel: 1 of silver wrs" *-Galbraith Much A.; Corl.y I Thert fore notice is hereby given to all persons months afterdate I will present' my ac b

t W A shekel.of gold was $ J. J. Williams ; ; havtnir claims against the said deceased and vouchers w the lIon. JiM:e of

A New Poem. A talent of silver was $: Estate, to file the tame, duty authenticated in Probate of Ililkborough County, for a lina- +
of the office of said Court, on"or before the Sth settlement the estate of Micbal Wall dj:* ,
r find A talent was $ frnm '
The following serf original poem we gold day cf June, 1S67, when there will be a pro- ceased, and si the lAme time mill a.forkdis-. -, .
;. ,in an exchange. A number of the line may A piece of silver or a Chief Justice ; charge from further administration ttfrreon. '
the several
o rato among creditors of
: appear familiar to the reader,bet we have every 'cents.A said payment Estate. JASIDsGIimS.Adm'rTampa ,
late Justices
0 reason to believe that the orodnctioa is farthing was three And it i is ordered that the Administrator do May 1st. U67. S-fm, :. t

entirely original: A gorah was one cent. file on or before said day, in this Court, a true
A mite was one and a i L CTRCVIT. anti perfect Inventory of all the effects belong Notice jpt
the lake where drooped the willow, said Estate. MOXT1I5 after date, I will apply to the
By : ins to SIX
A homer contains \' Probate in
Given under hand and M.ilof \T. M. Garrison. Judje of : bend
y r .RowTeasel, row ; I and five pints.A the Probate my Court, at Brook- for Hernando County, for 'a final settlement .
I want to be an angel! and .1 .ba.e from administration on r
e bin was one gallon this of
CXTT. rule, lh day January, .\.
And Jump Jim Crow. the relate", ufCarolaae Da icon 1.ite of said county -
Afiikio wu wets D IS7.an. .
D .
: rling dc'I. r'
An old crow eat on a hickory Itmb, An onK-r 'ltuix pints. J. Givens. ] .. 19th 1867. Cm.cl VLL.EN B. MUSHES, aim I

Arab was three pints.A r.roo1.\'i11, Feb. trth, IS67. 42 6m. ,.
him but to
Jfone knew. praite ;
s. .. .,_ .. 1..1t _:_.. '
; Let me kiss him for hismother. cab was uualll"u. 0'Rua6 ? lirn QJivGI:1 iuT NOTICE. ::
Th division of the ;
For he smell of Switzer kae. Court at CAamt/r SfA t
1a I'robatt January .
four : O IX MONTHS AFTER ATE.. I will ar-'
_- The minstrel the war ha gone, 1. The Pentateuch, !:M.J\R. .1. i>. 1S67. L. ply to theJudceof Probate, of Ift'ma'l.l"y '
l Robertson. '
State of Florida, t for settlement anti be- discharged
county a tic.al. J1
With the banjo on his knee; Moses. Lively, \ .
_' Heroando County, ) trom Administration on the Estate of :
':: He awoke to bear the centric shriek. 2. The hiMofical 2d. 1Thtr a* :Mary Anders. AdministratrixfntheEftate Mathew K. llowelllate said county JeeeaJ "Ied. !

There' light in the window for thee. J-bua to Esther 'I' of Jackson L.nJt'rfl, deed, :

!. '. 3. IVtiiea: or do\: : ha this day filtil in the Probate Court of raid MARIA .\. DWELL.: Adm'x. av .

A frog he would a wooing go to Sons* of S.>!oinoi, : D'\j county a yritteu suggestion of lnsolven"v (>ftaiJ Cum Te'tam -nto ..Innexo.Brovk : ,
Hi hair ''was curled to kill ; -I. U-uk ] ; pvruc.: 1tllte. \'i1Il'. Fla.. March 6lh JS77. Cm. :; : s .
coat Prophetical Th 'rei'ire, notice i is hereby ..'i t j all j> r'ODS .
He used to weara 01.1. grey '
a- mon. linvinc; claim against said: deceased's Es-: Notice. .

And the sword of Bunker HilL llj : New Testament : o --- I, I. telo, file the' came duly authenticated, in the months after date, the undvnicoe-1 A into three !parts : otiVe: cd said Court, on t"r before the Sth day Six the
Oft in stilly night- .1. Historical, of JXne, 1S07, when there will t.e a pro rate Brown deeeasfd, will! present their final ac f'
Make way for liberty he cried ; t the several creditors of raid
and Au. paym among counteand vouchers the Jude of ifrobataof
I won't go home till morning, pets I nolver.<. }:"tatE'. lIil1 wr nth; County Florida and wok to i ':

With Maggie by my siJe. t 3. Doctrinal! the night of And it further ordered that the Adminitratrix *- Be .discharged: \ .Administrators! a cor- i w
(rom Uwiuani: to J u\1e. 1867, a email do fiV before said day.: in this Court a ding to law. j

I am dying/Egypt, d,1Dg.Susannah 3. L'rophtticiil. being: (:: } 9 years true and p.>riVot Inventory of all the effect: be F. BRANCH.Jnutrti'A .
e 1ation ot St. Juhu. a small blaze in his longing to saidMl'tate.GivXa W. c. Bi.UWNAJmra
don't you cry; under rav hand and seal IIf 1957. S-Cm.:
Know how sublime a thing it is The commemorative be given for the de theli bate Court, at Brooksrille _

To brush away a blue tail fly. Jew were : me at my residence, this the Slh day of January. A. Notice. .
Ciicumcision, the seal ., or"any iufor-i D. 1 Sti';.\ C' 1X MONTII S ArTEUTHK DATE HEREofr -

The boy flood on the burning deck. with Abraham.The to that I can pet him. 3!. CP.AP.ISOX, l) I hat! M ...JOJir.i tr3trix..n the Ertateof \

With bas baggage checked. for Troy ; Passover, to \ Dollar for AllY infor IIJ-re*gf Probatr. E. J. Barr J*cen.! l. present my ncctwinf
I the thief. Jan. 1 tlth, 1SC7. \ :V-i.m.: rnk.I
4 the Hill
and vouchers to Jude "1
One of the few immortal came, tection ot the hr*e1! ( *,. !
WHITFJELIX !borough Count- for a final settlement and ask
Hi came was Pat Manus: born of the Egyptians: : "" Notice of InsolveIv '
: 1S07. 53: y. to be ,li#chAn: I from the further administration -
The feast ot Tabery \ : PrOSATI COCRT; JAMACT of the raid r Ute. JI

,If Mary had a little lamb, perpetuate the F-<' 2ith. A. n., 1S67. MARGARET HART, A.1 mr x.
II could tale unfold Sale Fla., Oct 6th. '6C 2i-Em. .
e a ; tor t'orty years in the State of florida, ) Tampa t

He had no teeth to: eat hoe-cake. The feast of the llernando County, )f Noice- fi

And his spectacles were got.\ appointed fifty'yenrs E J of S E lirHEREAS Hurriet P. LocUart Adm i is ;
months from date will; i i
.., commemorate tl.e 4e an-lSW! }. "\ tratrix on the Estate of Wra. I>. O'Stt"' SIX present my ac : .
,, f
I ,, l Vojsetier to the Jndjj vf Proof
Lay on, lay on, MacdnST, Mount Sinai. ofl lUnee 20 deed. has this day tiled io the Probate Lour -
bate Hernard" County, for a final! setttef l .
Man want but.little here below; acr.-s.- ot aid cyuntv. written iQ; rgtion of IU t.1nVtej"
Tbs of Puii-n n ent of the Estate of Aaron !oUlrht
to st I : are
: of Estate, therefore
And I'm to l.e queen of the May, th- Jews from the UtJ.founl_', det'f'a'eJ.nJ at the same time ..fa.1.
\> i e on the land and Notice i ij hereby given to all r>eroi! bavins.lains : i '
So ku me quick and go. of llaman.- field. aiainst raid deceased FU'aie, to tile to b* ..1i".hlLr,1". from further a.lrait.5tra- \1 I .
of aid E.t.itt1.CALVIN. .
.. In it would the #*n-e..duly anthentkatedin! the office of tjon '
'-.. I IL E'mTP.Jtr. \
: MASSF1ELD. said court oa or before the 2Mb Jar of June,
... ;
man thirteen years of \ -- Brook,ville, Jan. 5th. 1S67. Cm. 'i-.,
The there ,
.Holy Scripture 22 1S7. win be a prraia payment .
a Bible ; as his pay among the several creditors of said Insolvent ':
; The Scfiptar have been translated\ I pence perday, while: : : Esas ". NOTICE. :t

to,148 languages arid dialect, of which was itl'12.: 'y'y And it it ord'rrj. that the Admini-tra'rix Six months after date I will apply' to tnJudge '
do file ; in this : of Probate of HHL: .bort> County.: for '
121 bad, prior to the formation of tile beforesadday. Court a true final
a settlement and di-charsre ( administration
Apprentice Uo and perfect Inventory of all the effects belong ruin l
-.,.Brituh Foreign Bible Society never ap- ing to said Estate on the Estate of 31. C. Brown late of
peared. Acd twenty.fivq of those langua There wa an old ? ':& of $200 offered by t"?Men under ray hand and seal ,aid County tlc 'J.

ges eiisjed; without an ,alphabet! ic an oral of Adam Luke, that ( ) "Mr.apprehension R. R. Kt; "imc d Jor-will 1 xJ s of the Probate l'.Jurt. at Urool.4-. S. n. Tone. .\. m'r. :
of these SE.VL. rills this tJ5th day of Jan., De b. .n(>n. _t
form. Upwards of 43,000,000 tore, and a'dministend fifty Ibs (oue bale) H ( y) D., d.iv Tampa Sept! 2'i '6!>. C in- '
vCTjp A. 1S67.WM.
copies of God's word are circulated among.. bors and their on 1st November next ;

'. less than of ." M. GARRISON
not 00,000,000 r =ope. took M great dish: to
The first division of the Divine order count of the large dots: ,. BrooksvilleFeb. Judge of Probate N@tieet' L.
;; 9th. r>ta
into chapters and verses is attributed to and determined to be '

Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury After consultation, they ; In Chancery. SIX MONTIS' accountand from thi.. ,1.,tt', I ,h-iU rrw nt tt"r

t : 10 the reign of King John, in the latter I his sin: which rt'>d, ". : IN THE CIRCCIT COCP.T, SotmiERX JCDI Oarri) I, Judeeof Probate voucher ft>r to l H leruando William Co.M.. 'J* r5 "

t part of the twelfth century or beginning; and Dye S'.utf." CIA!. CIRCCIT OF FLORIDA AND FOR for a final settlement OK the Estate of Rebecca ,'
lots citua-
i of the thirteenth. Cardinal lingo in the By chinging the I. two of Tam HIILSIK>KO' Co.Rarsom : I lunJen.Joc\l, and a,k to be di.u-h.trged from I ''

s middle the thirteenth century divided Hod'rn-ikirg'; out Stuff; *, part j, the further! administration of sail Estate 1 r
; II K>ses ion given r., MoUey, ) p.5 ALLEN B. M UN Dr:."' Adnfr.
tie old :Testament chapter as they I IAd Pukes Faints !
"m v V Bill for Divorce.. Feb. Pth, 1867. 42"6m.Notice. )
stud in our traaslaUoc. In IC61, Adiias! I I TLe next morning Mary ilobler, )

a Jew of-Amsterdam, ilivMed the section ; crowd in front of the
t 4. of Hugo into verses a French printer had I veiling, and thooM l Ilouse,'Tampa. FU. A above entitled au.... and it being! made to Ts! hf'rtbit'e1 to all those indebted tu the '

t prerioasij (1561)divided the New Testa ;ry to seo abet w.fi: I appear br aHiddtit i that the defendant: reide -L Estate"of W. Spencer, d'eeoL that unless .
the limit of the Southern Judicial
: meat into Tenens tbey now are. naturally of an irritable i >eyond : they tome forward at once and settle tip their
R' We want Au*>nt s Circuit of Florida to.wit : in the county of .
accounts shall llJe } in the hands C
placed of t h
,4 'The Old Testament conuins 39 hook, was his wrath on to ell our Improved : tfuinpu: in the state of Florida It is hereby I officers for coiled ion. f ,

029 chapters, 23,214 TCKCS, 592,439 sign i so saddle changed.The Three new kin.I*. Un ordered that the defendant Jo appear and proper Wra. 61JENCEIl N.m': ,. t /
words, 2,738,100 letters. : on trial. The only l.ka! apprentice boys
I >dhtf.A for I I.u than Oct. ti. Cjtf. .
The New Testament contains 57 loot, like dtnjon! said bill on or l fore the first Monday i"5 May |. vADiIINISTR:1TOR'S
J /ovt.1eehr "I :
n by next or farif will IKtaken: a* cor.fose :' '
I 260 chapter, 7,950 verses, 18:,2 3 words, > The old min in his < i I'aktr, Singer & C>. I ProvidrJ! tint i-ublivntiou of this order be | : KOTICsT"HI -

933,380: :: letters. i. !the sign i should come jj j !r cheep machine are mode in ,,11'1<: newspaper publiolx-1, in this i I II wo months ater date I will mv ace >
The entire Bible contains CC book: 1.- j into the store, cSzd u felWor nr a:. liable I vircr.it one) a week for three months conavcui i i -L counts andvouetaersto the present Pro- ;

189 chapters, 31,175, verses, 7CtG32:: 1 a second story i.i-lf : AiUrer or tively.: ba'.- Couit in and for Hill-borougli Conntr.. t
: m.1Jc\lr,1. Maine .1. J. civn.v Cl'k ct. ct. Florida for annual settlement .
words 3,565,489 letters. i! lunge nl the ';: '1. : >. an 01 the Estate t
g I'eb.C. 1SC;. 41.3nt.I of Thomas .Miuhe'.l:i dl't'u..J. ff
I The of Jehovah Lord
name or I
occurs ;! hie grasp and struck H ; I IL L MITCHELL, AdmV. '.
6,855 times in the Old Ttttament. head nnJ fellod l.itii to i I May 4th. 1SC7 2.1 in. I

I The word "and" occurs in the Old Test > L\.lto: come down an.1} o..ks! I Bill for Divorce. #t.

L tament 3 .533 tires.a woundi. which onl .U '
I I lie tie Southern Judicial Cirruitof flor. l
!" The middle book of. the Old Testament ----. I'I'I : QUALITY s ill I ida in and tor Hilltlurough. Cotonty. Notice.t .

t.. r is. Proverbs. I A-litlle thr" jir ) } quruitit require l r Joseph! llarri. )
is the 29th of Job. persons bavins demands against the Es-
The middle
0 chapter WM t'Q1l'iJClkhly' 4> II II1.f. Salt Work*, on Old I u v In Chancery. ALL or Lttwellen II s
The middle is 2d Cbrcr.iclts 3th! I.oonoraliarrisa Williams. lateof M"' nateeoonnty.
verse. eeeinZ kii JA
1t 1 1 : 'eft' cat H ( in this: City at I deceased. will present them duly '
sr chapter and 17th verse. ** lay I'D".J,;.. her : llLLbaviipb.-n! filed in mv office in thenticated wirl.uutJ..lay ; a1l.t'J"IOO9 i indebted t 'lI
j t The middle book wf the New Testament rn-ifjfl tile birdie* ?l' 'Gr 1 il_ the above entitled eau. and it being to said Estate are re.ju.rste.. to maVe immediate

is 2d TheaaalOt aps. I child.Vho feeds th !. .\ ;Y; ;rnt. wade to apprarby affidavit that the defendantr'i'les p.vrant to the tnJer"i-oC'.t i All I

The middle chapters are Ilornans 13 Gu.1! tWJ them! .0 IS;';. '.' 48:(. theist beyond the limit of the :Southern Ju Creditors anj persona tttiiled to tribntiort : ,
I Circuit tl\owit-i:1 the Mate of Mary- are berelnf'otlfi. (.l that their claims 11 ill be !
and 14.The tin mites r she ct'' laud. It is herd. tarred
I y or ( t middle verse ,is Acts 11:7. j I ihe-n. The little one dst: da appear and plead m-.iver oi demur this. date, unless exhibited within that tim : .

t': The middle! chapter, aud the l least in I moment, find tlt"n! H..k.> to the GompUinant's aid till! ta or before the JOEL .UIOXlll'ri.f:: ,'' f I i' : ,

r. the Bible, is Paahns' 1:17. I *I toes GoJ k..ep 1\ cat !l' tint mopday in >ept.rmber next or the same A Ex-officiu A d'ulr. 1 P'

The middle verse in the Bible is Palms I I her he nouM! ell:lljer A! Karin? purchased the will be taken of this a*order ct>nfes.l\ FroriJrJ that publication April I3ta. 1SC7. 51-sv.:: I \ t
: made i ii
... ; s J e.o.lsformerly owned j turn. newpper *- "
818:8. f i ottJ..r., but for the I : bw friend I p'lbi..lu'.1! in thi* Circuit for three (:(>11I In Chancsry. i I ,t

,,11 ':The middle line in the Bible is 2 J Chronicles I let qo play: with her ive him requr-t a call, iii he I .eeulive months In the Circuit Court, SOI/lirrn JtJ'fi I

1:16. Jwll. good hart Mina I J. J. m"ICler:". Circuit .
of Florida
amon in md
.. : fur Mana. (
The least verse in the Old: Testament i i. .... ceneral ".!urtrnf't of I A. A.lItt1.. CompU':C.l tee Co'inty. u

lit Chronicles 1:1. Punch s.nn-lrrou-ly: 5 elsewhere in the t: ).- gay. 18th. IS07\ 4 Stn.FafriNotiCe. John A William: 1 t

t Tbi least verse in the B.b'e is John c'tlt-J: iaac ine, from all .1:

I< S 15 : '35. I fJ'tJlinin;: the moon, an 1:tf Martha Wi11iam n. ; \( Tail for\ Divorce; .

The! 19th chspter of 2d Kings and Isaiah i \'Iith,1' to shine away at ; --- I I \ a
: HLED in
the viand from such a family A mr (\ff.('
36 are same. ,' hereby cantina all from in the above rnt.tltHl: and it"
jr .. In the 21st verse of!the 7th chapter of t The moon i* feminine, i I I driving. buyin.xeinneorbi person>pinjr made to appear, bv affidavit cause, that -.be being defers

r ': Ezra 'are si! the letters, of the Alphabet I stantly changing; jut a 1 rattle, lithe following mark and brandtT {' dantresides Uvon.l the limits of the Southern

J: and J considered as one. I! by every wir.J. The } demands against the II I pper anal: under bit in one ear, and split in Judcal Circuit. tow.t in the :state: of.-JlaUm: t

j The Apocrypha (not inspired, but sometimes she H married to tie j I Caon, late of Mana the oth.r-Bianded D, and figure 5 inside, le '' It i is hereby ordered, that the .Ufitedant: do art '
masculine! becau: he i j present them duly lot!tnl; to me. 'I pear,and j lea l. answer or demur to the !1
J bound between the Old Testament jI I tom
and all I and rlainaau Mid tilt
.lelay ; persons Crop 1Irr"tpl. in on or before the
I II i one ear, hole and i first M Ion: '
I. and the New,) contains 14 bocks, 183 bjjt: -- are requested to make I, split &nthe olJ.t'r-nraa.JeJ. M.! P. i j day in Jup.tr.ext: or thesame will be taken I +

; -- chapters, 15,051 verses, 153,185! words. I John. Ketnbla: ", : I the unJ-I"i'IneJ.11 i Also crop two splits in each ear-Brande-l: : 111 TVwAfaltMl publication of thin '1' e

:''J ; The preceding facts were ascertained by 1 evening, was iDterrup .. ...l to distribution I M. p.. the property of Post Shanahan. j: in order this bemajein Circuit some IInflpap, .uMished
their claims will fa Any prr'on faun 1 disturbing the above mar : once a week for tbo/'c _
in 1718.
55_ a gentleman by an Eopi.b" 1 ing, and in nervous u ked and branded eattle tat'e IIJCMhl. r eODecu
of two years from prosecuted ac I .. I
man residing at Amsterdam, 1772, and is i ward to the footlht';: le.1 within that limp. J eording: law. 1I. I:. 3eLIOn, C1 k C"t. {"L ft
f said to have taken each gentleman j if the
nearly and eentUmen, tRAIIAMAirnx. Manattt COuLt .
r I DANIEL: SILtN AM.1N. IL 1Itth. :::cI.! for .'..
the can't IS6' : !
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