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: July 20, 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
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'. TUB' { 1 PL l I RIDI: Il.tiN'INS' I IJ.#R i: I rOf rgStDga ll!.rb5. I The AGKES Old' HOW Story.T A&D. the reason this why im'I.just" now, refused your carnival round of feast fortune's of rejoicing wheel ,today on,the may topmost be 'It '

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': ,1'nn.ltHC. cvtrr jjAitBDiir; BT i.Ii1.. MITCHELL. Ccme lit by me, tell me Such was the interview between Capt.N. UDM by tomorrow's ;

.::" .p.. T K. SPENCER..:. t Of what he'wu taking last night, ., and, his friend Bob some thirtyodd'eau turn. This, truth has. been realized.
: ; When stood at the till the
gate moon-
LAW.T.AllPA you thousand
,. 't_-_.",- '--,--.--. ,---. ,--.-- ACT0&H3EY AT Warns n ago, in a large store room; kept and ins different instances-will be ,

t;' iER11IS >? SUBSCRIPTION :' '- FLA.- : Had quenched,,all the stars' with their owned by Capt.%-, at Thomasville, Geo. in a thousand more, hence tbe admonition: ,

:. ,.. One o..,iy t>i>- sear.e. ??... . .$400: light I \ Capt. N, was then doing an extensive mercantile "let those who stand, take heed, lest they

, ;: H'. ,h.ttPJ Iii'.DtJiS.t ... . . .1 :50>> entrusted Will give to prompt his care.attention to all business You came, back with cheeks. glowing crimson business; a man of groat business all.It It I ,,
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''1;:' 0 of And eyelashes glittering with tears, From the time at which my story 'commences .i,
i Tampa, Fit Apl 28th, 66. 1JJcex'A. capacities well educated possessing a large
And a smile which, half sad half triumph till the spring of 1852"th ,writer : '
it'j t).* ... iu.. "tu>n. N $t >(0 Still over your sweet month appears., most,interesting and pleasant companion, entirely ,eight ,
;;. I For each llt'otl q1J.nt icstrlien, 75 save the n'ewlythat Cap Jf..l1.Ad', broken
f Estate and Legal Notices will be charge I at & HENDERSON genial, social warm-beartedand convivial _
Did he talk ot the beauty of summer t and lost all whilst Bob in
was looking
: Uu following rates: Or prai se the wild rose's perfume were the prominent traits of character, ;
,ApiiHuation or Letters of Administration. the world. In of ,the.above
Or of arbors rustic ,
speak our so year 1.
be well versed in human
'. '1'x1( ATTORNEYS AT LAWTAMPAFLA.1 Where woodbine and jessamine bloom but tllbough was "
Notice to Debtor end Crwlitor, ft JO nature and knew others well, yet he knew having an occasion to pass front Tallahassee .
{ Application l for Di wU iou, 12 00nDCluMmfn& business inUead of
; to TbomasvUIle; on ;
"He told Ohl I Did he I
.\ of Candidates, 6 00ti. you not himself. 1
:* Uvtrtieementshandedie for publication, not Will practice in the Southern and Eastern -Well, Katy dear, tell it to me.. \ traveling the big: stage road, I concludedto
J!, specifying the number of inseitiwus to be Circuit, of the State. "1'011'" almost forgot itt Already Bob was a greenhorn, unlettered,youlb ; take the connt7-line road running near, .
How much flattered he'd bet
Llitibe-l until forbid aud charged according Tampa May 26th 1866. 56mo. very at twenty-one, knew not a letter in the '
: lr. and for a considerable distance, paralell
book had been raised in tbe 'backwoods
You that "Uunlc I it I" '
', say you nay guess
A. ALLEN. with the line dividing'the States ol Georgia -
1 I A. Yes, Katy, the story I know ;, ratga, and bad, never seen anything of the,
LEGAL ADV ERTISEMESTSi Tis an old tale yet always sweet one; and Florida. About eleven o'clock:
ATTORNEY AT LAW I'm certain found world, and wu, perhaps as unpreposslng
'. you it so.Twaa one day,jolt above the line, in the Soalh- ,
Imtitittion of Suit ijr! Attaehnrni.Notice --.AJl :- lamp of bcmanity to look upon, aa ever 1 f '
of the institution u{ suit by attachment, incase western part of Thomas County. I came
in of
Solicitor in E'Cuit'S new the first days Adam 'popped the question to any fair oae.-
:".. of non-residents, shall be published for When wandered through Elen'afairbowers. iD view of a most beavtifal l and superb man.
three month in'some public newspaper of.the Yet with all disadvantages, and with ,
;, JistrfctImtitutio TAMPA FLA stop. It was not gorgeous, but symmetrical
v In Eve'.liul. ear it was whispered. out second snit of clothes Bob
a mu .
*.of Suit to Forcloit Mortgage. lIT ILL GIVE prompt attention to all basinYY While she, blushing, played with the ; and .be utiful. ,Everything about '
! :: Notice of the idstitution of suit at common ; ell entrusted to his care.. flowtrtYou're have a wife : and could, tome of our modern "
> law to foreclose mortgage where persons are September: lit, 1866.\ 'l0-6m. I' ; have been' when--the the place betokened judgement, taste and j
' :Ji- entitled to, or interested in, the equity of re exquistes present "
'I', reid the of the blushing too; what is the matter 'I Chief Justice thrift. "Surely, said I to myself; "unos"s
demptioo beyond limas jarisdiction of the Peace, of the seven-
" of the Court in,whith suit may berbrought S. G. CRAFT., Why what are you crying about Le.Utiom hospitality"dwells there. So
Your grandfather,told grandmotherThe en teeth Disrrict, of what was then called 1
f shall be published id any newspaper your being t somewhat fatigued I drove/ 'up to "
I published in the district, therein the mortgaged ATTORNEY LA.W.'rn.Unn. very same story no doobt. Old Irwin, called out, 'briDg 'r r'rad your the spacious:gate that fronted the mansion 1:1i :
li weeks
.. two ,
premises ooee
I at least four month before everey the lint day of; Fl. Just three little words tell this. story- gal and have scanned his dress closely. and before I bad time to alight, a
the term of the Court.Adm'mittraior't 1" ,. 'What tbouMinds of hearts they have which consisted of a pair of dressed buck. very polite aDd smiling servant had my buggy :;
I Exettort, or Gmrdia: Having engaged now fully; in tbe practice thrilled 1 reins IB his hand, with-
I" -All wee of land by Erectors/ Adminittra of Law, 1 will attend to any business ( How many with joy !they hare gladdened skin breeches, with a short, corduroy round Jump out massa, missus say walk in,

I tors or Guardian, are required; by law to beadvertised ted to my care in the Southern 'ntru"1 t How many with sorrow Lllcdl jacket, buttoned-or I should rather say- doe mesa,not here now, he'll be ia dr'ct.ly"t-
in come newspaper nearest to the ,
where the real estate it ..it.uatt'J.otice cuit.Office These fastened! up closely l to the neck by four I r
place : In the N. F. Room, in rear of the 1 littl..w"d. are: "I tote TN' i 4
of these sales must be given ia a public gazette 'Tampa Book and Drug Store." j You fee 'tis tb- very!ume tao penny nails.. as substitutes for ,.,buttons, i'in "Wb 0 a yon massa"said I. .
thirty Jays precious to tbe'dar: of tale. Tampa Feb'y 23rd 1866. tf.' That you heard :hire last night by the' Why Lor bless me ash; you sich strao- .. : ,.
older to conceal the fact of entire
Estate Debtors and Crtdilort.Notice to woodbine. an want ,
t ger in dese parts, you doe no Mass B..
debtors published and eight creditor week: of an estate Must be MEDICAL NOTICE. io i Beneath, the tnoom s silvery -ytL or absence of that particular garment gen \"Bob R," said I enquiringly

i Court of Ordinary bare to '&&lL-Kot.ice t Don't I kaow, ( hiaj about itYou ertlly worn next to the body and lest I "De berry same ash ; walk in, walk: in feub.

that application will be made to the- Court of DR. JOHN, P. CRICHTON say know Very wl! it; i i8 r"e; r-Iiould: offend the fkbtidiosity of some Of ."\ v
Ordinary for leave to sell lands, must be pub- FFEIt3' UIS I' tUFl--;. JO 'A[. SERVH"r But. l;at'.. my Jeer, did you tel him' I wit{received at the door roost politely
liahed, weekly, for thirty. day 0 lo the citizen of Tampa. Th (samrtory: t that! he toli goutFor tbd over sensitively squeamish, I will call by a fine looking, fleshy, matronly lady,

AdatinUtratori CIIIJ. Gvard'tant.-ApplicatMa Office at his re.i.leuce. .-:::-.:: :-::- .--,.,..:-- .----- _____ P.: it the 'aDmenLi Dable,garment, and which and though much altered, jet under the
for letters of Admiajntration mart bf >ub- "
r April 20th, 1867. 524in.Carts. llit. 1'iniueu has collar and bosom circumstances, I had but !ittle in
lisped six week; for dieuii,.loii frt>m Admanirtratio generally a exposed difficulty ,
; weekly for fix months: -----J 1u5incs -- iPT.N. to view, they would -undoubtedly say b. rocognizing'Udy Bob. The tooth of time
I bad been so ruthless in marring my owe
STATE OF FLORIDA.EXECUTIVE Or tlH'ChaiiKiiiff Vlcl"llndc and wanted not only the second but the first visage, that I could! not be recognized till ;

'' -------(0)( ) Uiicertuiulivs of atria World, suit of clothes to his back. Bob at the I bad announced my nam,. The time was ,
DEP.tITMENT.Governor.Uon. und This the One Consequences Time. of Jusi time of the above conversation with his brief till Bob returned from his Jiccnstomed '

% friend N. ride over his plantation, ana recognizing '
\ Capt. not only bad a wife but! a '
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j BY MIKE CCLLEN, A NKW AUTHOR. child four my ,
Lieut. Gov.-W. W. J. Kelly cow some or five weeks old.- .
Jlotilicello, F..II I found his arms around neck j
now on my ,
SWty of Stat.e-B\. Allen; Of avisitto Tampa, where he -- nil chief employment at this time, was dig. before I of his I
was aware These
Beard Dedicated presence. :
Comptroller-John ; to the Young Men and Youths I
i will few .
weeEf fur
Trra.urrr-C. IL .Austin ; the .puriK vpeud>se a of, and is nowi if Tampa. ging wells at fifty cents a
Attorney IJrsVecofl'ublTc; General-LanJ.-II John Galbraith h A.;Corley properwl Ito take pictures in : an old, poor horse, perhaps though, I we took our seats together, in the.- _'

g the late-t end innstimproved styles ofthe day. -o Y.- would abetter'idea'to readers second tory verandah, directly fronting 'c ,"
'" : t rakern"nieofltrp.-J.JJWilliams. ; Will ir..ut, : convey my I the '. house which i'
t, cbrap y.L'Isuttigrttph ltTt'',s Bob, bow got .'be world with o' rsee. 'stood at the
", of what it really was, by saying it was a .. t t
head of the .
:t t.ra.r.t' TMtST.t'lii ty you, these, hard time ?r' negro quarter, on the opposite i
I ,,' et Auibrujrn, <> heap of horse bones,systematically patch side of tbe road. 4 '
It- : .. J !h. Ju'tice ; I error Jpes, "Ah Capt. bard staid uuff( with
a '
A :'1. I In cars, Ixicket, fc. ed up in an old. sack made of horse bide. "Do yon lee that large double penned

A a J{,,- ): 1"- j'._-. ) -FrMRtdJYet7lee\ : All MIO wish to hUe! their photograph Ac matt, now with a run with wife and To this he attached a thing then called a log bouse directly ia front'of us," said be.I '
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wuu.l: (10 well to ('al1.ool1 a* he expects to child oD-hilharld replied, "I do.
-- -- ; young to lute of
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1..1) but a hurt while in Tampa lie will at.waysbe was by framing
7set76agi "And who ,
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:lrptclaS dusw4zt.. can you guess occupies it !I" ;
i \ fuuud at his Galley stair in the and burnt had a job of work for a month.,
.. up two pine sappling poles together, with "I I 'laid I.
'1i Jo hlatea43etti j; 1 Court )louse.W1.114. am sure cannot, \
i s.aRt. 'u, f.. '\li'dt'lt. \: /- ------ i I "Well Bob old fellow, walk into tbe two cross slats, one at the hinder end, 'Well, old Capt N.; lives there and I \ .

A rtt \', '" ,, V lark room and Jraw you a good swig of and the other about midway between the am sure you remember him! 4 .
t, I :"l'h,c lqutaraiNCarLaotrtr.abate-4el+; Dcrtleg-:4\ : ; old rye, and try to reduce;: tbat long,piqued two ends the hinder end being much long 'I ought to, relied awe hare drained :. i

L Circi.i* Court-J. J. C5e! 'D& t ; face of yours, (for really it looks this than the middle Champaigne bottles enough, and smoked \
morning er to the
: one, so as bring
t &c Havana's '
-jr.'t--*!!.. :>> c:>> together, that I ought to rem< .' 'r.' ,ofdwer-t1.11.liees. i a* long as my arm and sharp as & j i forward ends of what is called the fills him.' :\ : :

!ttvayor :'rc.t; Iruwt: .-:AND :- shingle" nearer together. This frame was then fastened NAb my dear friend lAat has been the 'f
t' .. "No thank you Capt., you know I never I ban of hi* Warm-hearted and social
(. 1 nn"iI".so D&. }t', ., SHOEjELiUAKEB ,drink. to an axle whose opposite ends extended -. in bit (feelings by nature, be could never resist *

4 w4 Itm3erronn R. Booth. J. R. Robertson. I through wheels sawed from the the temptation to drink just t\i one \\ .

t '='4' \\.UveIJ..J j I "Well, I know you never make a prac.stice butt-end of a large pine tree. Upon the time, till it has grown into such a confirmed \ '

} -' 1._,. j..noaor rat met 2d. .Diet HAVING just arrived with a good stock t of of it, but I suppose just tbis\ one time, upper side of all this was laid a few boards, :habit, that I fear it can Defer be eradl. \
Jl'A.: Cl :
i ;. rJ..c. and all articles nect'ary for.ma- : cited'
-r- king fine Boots nod Shoes repec tfully informs it might make you feel good and keep you for convenience sake. Into this curious .

? L. Bell, jr, Lawful Constable' the citizens of Tampa and surrounding country -I from studying about your condition. aud antique machine then, whenever Bob But tt, said' I'what *is he now doirg for ? .
a"1ACffbPtaLtQJ. that brie now prepared to fill all orders in a living 1 \_ ;
:, A. Henderson, his line with neatnes cheapness add dispatch. i "Ab Capt. just this one time has ruined got a job, of well-digging, did be place, He is overseeing for me, for although '

J. F. Henderson.jtasinrss h'hop-Fir.t door 16t\West 1867.o| Friebele's Store.tf. thousands, and will ruin thousands more, Madam Bob and the little Bob, (for they I he still drinks bud, yet be is a good man. t 1

____ .. .., -,.- _.. Tampa.Uarch and I hope my good friend Capt.; N who had no permanent home of their own) and ager.! \,

: (( ray.v. CHAS. HASSELEF has shown rue so many acts of kindness all their house-bold truck, which consisted And i is it possible, my friend, that you t \ t
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\ really own T I remarked .. j
.. will not regard it as as an act of rudeness of two chairs, an old mattress, a bed quilt, with a good deal plantation T bad \\, I

V{ i t'rEL D.: t._)IITCH atR :BOo.t or impertinence if I should cannon him a dinner pot, a frying pan, a tin cup two really come to the conclusion, though I i '

'i. F1! hIIPCIIBk&C0.I about just-thi-. one time." forks, a table knife and two iron spoons, I had often heard that you were looking .up. I \ .

J -AND- "No, no Bob. it is timely and judicious, together withtbe, ward-robe which might in the world, that this fine mansion and 't .

r' COTTON FACTORS and I hare been fancying to myself the an! be easily tied, and which was, in fact, that before large plantation in the spreading out ibero I 1
distance was the estate
.-::Axn-, SHOE oi IAKER changing probabilities of the future. I usually tied up in a cotton handkerchief.And of some wealthy nabob, who was DOW with ,, r

.1 ; !:Commis5i..J1icrcgaat5 'removed from Mr. Harrison's estab have imagined my friend Bob occupying a thus for years ,after/ Bob's marriagedid his family, offal' the country, oral some !

; Having nt to his old stand at the "F rauee004e. tine mansion, with a large group of inter he itinerate from place to place about watering place spending the season, u I t

T5 Pordrns St., New Orleans. .- offers his ..4r"iCH0 the fublic. est!jg, refiued and well educated children, the country till the rapid increase of his know is common with that class, and that I
r Work will be esel1lted with as much neatness I you, a. his overseer with your family had r
I : -M POST dl"al.n and despatch as it can be done else around him. I look again in tbe distance ; family made it necessary-for him to settle, moved in to take care of thing till be returned t "

: whereAttention given to repairing. I see bis negro quarter stretching out for a during which time he not made, only but in the fall.. f fi

'I JM*"'VUXj QWI\M' a7dseo!< 'd? -Tampa- -, April 27th, 1867. Itfimnim quarter of a mile, at the bead of which saved a sufficient; sum to settle himself i My friend smiled at my mistake and ,

h stand a donbpcn! Io house comfortably assured me that he not only owned the .1'
\ \\VESSB[ nOD.I ;- occuped by
house and plantation which I saw, but that '
Ilel-chant. I myself as overi-ecr. For 'IV,b I i am ;t splendid R be worked thirty-eigbt of the best bands! l't .

1 SADDLER farmer, and I now speak in time, that AI time rolls on the conditions of men In Thomas County ; not one being over .

TAMPA, FLA. Harntra-2f alter Uphnli, ter tc. when y.-.u get ricL .u : I am j poor I want continue to change., Many, who like Herod -, hirtj-five, nor under sixteen years of age. 1.I 1.
TITILL attend promptly to all business en > to !.' .. of old sides he had several<<; thousand dollars of
u. !b wr"
I y are
you cmp Jon ivtr' to.day receiving the .
>V trusted to his care. I Will attend to acv business in this line with specie on deposit ia bank, and he held notes !
neatn. and "" Iii! t'r!'.t I hitvu' : and ,lulntions of I '
c..nugnmelterespectfullyeelieiteL,2.August : s dirpat I an : 0'11'I'- : ( always th.vjght! that a tbe crowd, .
exclaiming; for loaned money amounting to ssveral 1 "
C IS.t(. i paled l to n'x. I altrcl'fe.+. .s Sbsper! !
25. 'cs. "I' the worl.l fiwtd I m* a'forUiir. and I an.sati "it i ii the voice of a God and It hiscnUjra :.
i ----- -- tJj-a it *..u t:>c .: o 'd l+. -4i. :. 1 .' >.! !.e fund a man : thousand more. was to de- ..)
1 -u\"o. ,'"uw.I'ahter, MarUer, an] B n:=- .at .11) tr:1C": : .,. my sti, t" ,.:." 1 lr ('Ifth : fied. t!,at-ihougl"; 'vw, yci ;it i, a sure j to, 'rrov.: may become the bye word, the} pov.:'. all.his specie i in bank. and to loan ,( ..1
C attend to all fcu.iw i iu eti.Wy t..J a 1iie t uj Df J, i sussJtur bank bills "ysecurities. t tI
: r l&ur."m lj. | out ;! on good mortgaged : :
if and the I ; aI.t.!
icy : t pi.YtDt"t'r: : "' wo pru>ef ut- our -ail with /timsu hiding of that mme crowd. ;

,h':Tampa Hoe. Fla:, May 4tk, '18e *' -lt: I' HERRMANN WEISS ROD I' proper. car. and dikgqace, and ,that is tie 1 j Those_ who exultingly dance, and, hold tbe I I (Continued next week,. e-r J .' -'V, : ""* .. I r 1 '!h',

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.: subject to disqualification\ and in these I hedged in by the laws ,of Congressional FBUALK SCFRAOT.-A proposition York Con-has t
oPlalen. New
m.PwRID1'P Summary ef Stanberry .. been introduced into the q
4 ; & .. include county officers,u to whom I made banishment. .The. honeslt fervor and glow men slilullonal Convention, ,by a Mr. Graves, ';, .

} Below will be found a summary of the ,f. ,reservation. in the opinion heretofore ing patriotism of our representative for an alteration in the CODlt. lU-
t '. '. I Afterfull consideration I have arrived assist in shaping the destinies providing

as sustained longer
of thefAttorwj-General given. no '
.. r-, opinion, : lion. to Ibis effect; Authorizing women in t
'by,the President and Cabinet. at the conclusion,that! they are subject of America. The arena of political preferment this State to exercise the elective franchise ;
.f to disqualification, if they were required M closed to nearly all the good '
WHO"AM EXrmXD TO RIOUTftlTIOV when they shall ask that right by a
: the ,
who to
to take al a part of their official oath, and great of our section are
J 1.- The oath prescribed the supplemental the oath to support the Constitution. of manor born. The sword, and the bayonet majority of all the votes given t-y citizen ;!

act defines[ all the qualification the United States. have ever been adverse to the exercise of females over the age of twenty-one, at an
and who can take laudable election called for: that purpose, atyir in 1
required, every person 13. Persons who exercised mere agen- genius. Talent, blended with .
:. TAMPA, FLA. that oath ii entitled to have his name entered .. cies or employments under State antboritf ambition, can make itself fully efficient which women alone shall vote. Thurlow ;
the list of raters. i restraints its Weed is in favor of this proposition.TooiHPcLLiso .
eui -
upon such commissioners there no .
are upon
not when
S..T BDAY..JaIJ, JlOlh, Ig67. are disqualified as ..
have) ...
2. The Board of no found
registration is
a to lay out roads,commissioners of publio i ergies. Eminent merit generally
.. authority. to administer other oath to I and keen ILLUSTRATED.Before
S New AdrertUements.. any works,.visitors of date institutions, di associated with modesty a sense
d "Boat Lost" -H.'.Ferris. the person applying for registration than lectors of State.banks or other State institutions of honor, and we have too much reason die daYlof chloroform there. was a quack .

-.- ,* .. t this prescribed oath ; nor to administer. examiners, of banks, notaries public to fear that our wisest and best men will without
tooth _
who advertised drawing pain
er -: Node to"petvous owing, minor*:-:J. any oath to any other person, touching the commissioners to take acknowledgments instinctively shrink from all participationin
t Bockner.NoticetopersoMthrowiDgdownputure; qualifications of the applicant or'the falsity of deeds and.lawyen.ZJOAOIJO public affairs which, from va multitudeof The patient was placed in a chair, and the .

J of the oath so taken by him. The act : IV RXBILUOK. distasteful causes, will perhaps for years, instrument applied to his tooth with a ,.

a : n. .fence-J.Rockner. i to guard against,falsity in the.oath, pro Having specified what offices held by prolifipof all that is mortifying to a wrencb, followed by a roar from the unpleasantly /'

4 .,.' Application to fU house. and. lot in rides that, if false, the person taking it one prior to the rebellion come I gentleman and paralyzing to the ,arm of "
any sufferer. cried
oainavre3. Bock V, er.: shall be tried and pnnishf rl for perjury.No within the meaning of the law, i it is nee a patriot. This is the lad dilemna in surprised' "Stop,

Pl h ',. ;7'11hDCcu.D'St9.T.'Yeou1h' ,;; to provision U made for challenging the nary next to set forth what subsequentconduct which the South. is placed, the most unpleasant the dentist, "compose yourself. I told

; list particular class to whom Man has ,dedi- qualifications of the applicant, or entering fixes upon such person the offence feature of which is, that if our you I would give you no pain, but I only

r s *:: 1 ; ( eatedcis story, to lay by .and preserve the upon any trials or investigation of bis of engaging in rebellion I repeal, that two best meu do not seek office our worst will, just gave.you that -twinge f-s a specimen .
.pamper of UM PenioMlar till the next qualifications, either by witnesses or' any the bands of those
present things must exist as to any person to disqualify and power will pass into ; method ef
., to show to Carlwright'a
s u Israel,'when the story will be completed other form of proof.. him from voting : first the office who will most abuse it, and who will think you
e and they eta.read.the whale in connection 3. At to cituenthip and retidence. operating.: Again the instrument was
-- --- held prior to the rebellion, and afterwards they can do no greater service than to II
e I 1bt" .Jn.-we teats from a gentleman, The_applicant for registration must be a participated in the rebellion. : -the crest of Georgia and the South to applied, another tug, another roar. "Sow

r teat returned 'from' trip wp theY citizen of the State and of the United 14. An act to fix upjn a person the a level with themselves. don't. be impatient, that is Dumerge's way ;
P t = eoAaty, Chun..ntl.. Mel,'a and MirsmonI States, and must be a resident of a county offence of engaging in rebellion under this The question presents itself for solution
baa t.ed order ,f JoarexL grave be seated and calm, will now le sensible -
eerUinlyJbeen lXee by .t included in the election district. He maybe instincts you
law, must be an overt and voluntary acl, -how shall we reconcile the
t If fifty this yean semi-barb.rian ago all Europe act bad, would been have committed registered if be has been such citizen done with an intent of aiding or furthering and, prejudices of our people with the of the superiority of my rr.etboJ.-

: been What for a period leu than twelve months at th*: the unlawful A facts which stare us in the Another another
soon under arms to resent It. may common purpose. person stern and ugly ,;application, anolhej tug,
J ( be the result now, is beyond 1: the ken of man. time he applies for registration,but he can forced into. the rebel service by conicrip face I How will our best men, who are roar "No pray be quiet, that is Parkinson's -
to reach.. not vote at any election unless his citizenship the reconstruction
under authority office under
:' LiCln" or a paramount eligible to
mode and don't like it, and
I : has then extended to the full term of \ and subjection you \
r' ;n'&ru.MnL-W.leal'1l that the which be could not safely disobey, bill, be induced to face the military
I ;- Steam.Uillef LOLCT Bsowf A Co., is new now one year. As to such a person, the exactlength'of who would not have entered such service and the res(>onv.bilitcs; :: of the no wonder." By this lime the tooth bung

< about ready t.ogo into operation. Sorely his citizenship should be'Doled if left( to the free exercise of his own will, hour I A sublime heroism is now required by a thread ; and whipping it oat the operator -

t' with two Steam Mills daily turning ont their opposite his name ou the list, so that it cannot be held to be disqualified from vot which surpasses the mere physical requirements exultingly exclaimed, "That is ruy
:', thousands of feet ot lumber, lItIIy desire to may appearon.th day of election, upon which constitute on t
", adopt the suggestions of "W. W they mat reference the list whether the full ing. courage mode of tooth drawing without pain, and I
to term
41 where the intent is I
: ', aow do so and then it will be "plank walks 15. Mere acts of charity, the battle field. A lofty patriotism
If I has then been accomplished. is to relieve the wants of the object of needed which will consent to suffer even you are now enabled to compare it with

1 I I lsodnotdeath.- 4. An unoatornlized person cannot lake such charity, and not done in aid of the humiliation and indignily. for the public the operations of Cartwright t, Duroerge, '
Our thins are due and are hereby'tendered this oath, but an alien who has been naturalized cause in which he may have been enga weal. The danger which beset us is that, anJ "
1 to Gapt McKr for a copy of the Floruli** can take it,and no other proof of But Parkicgson
do not organized
to positionswill .
ged disqualify. publio
by neglecting register,
If .f the 1Yth JUIL "from that we learn that Cot ---l
naturalization be him.
"' t on required from contributions of food and clothing for the be filled and mere -
: ". 0.'B. Henwu'teaten' for President of the.BAdieal by ignorant corrupt
.e 5. No one who'il not twenty one yearsof relief of in the who will have the of the lino
% i Convention, which he had called to I general! persons engaged men neither pride bpcrti5fmrnts_
I meet in Tallahassee on the 11th lost by Cot age at the time of registration can take. rebellion, and not of a merely sanitary past the honor of the present, nor the hope .

1' Onoua by a ote 'of It to 28. CoL HAM, the oath, for he must swear that he has character: but contributed'lo enable them of a brighter future to guide their action. Adrift c1 Il' Ct31621.L ::: .
with several of tht members 1.tt.next morning attained that
5 : for horn*. ge. to perform their unlawful object, may be In this true aspect of the present situation A small skiff boat about 10 fret

t t ",;: ...... From the same paper we learn that Congress 0. No one who has been disfranchisedfor classed, with acts which do disqualify. is it not clear that there is no time to 1.. long some new work in side of her.
fr met on the arc fast* and is! engaged in review- participation in any rebellion againstthe Forced contributions. to the rebel cause, lost. The wisdom and the virtue of ,the :.
'tag end remo duelling the Attorney General'sOpiakms United Slates, or for felony committed in the form of taxes or military asmsmenU, State must determine, and that speedily, 2,00 will be paid for return, and $10, 00
t. on reconstruction ; so that the opita.I" against the laws of any State or of the be for proof of the thief i if stolen.
which a compelled to bow the of the volcano about to
person may pay dangers ,
ion which we publish today perhaps, all HENRY
: may United States take this oath. C.FERRIS.
can safely
for nothing.I. or contribute, do not disqualify. But voluntary become eruptive, are to be arrested. Shall
t -go The actual! participation. in a rebellion, contributions to tbo rebel cause, the new order of things bo sufferable ors Tampa, July 20th, 1867. tf

'''. ltauber;"'* Opinion. or the actual commission of a felony, does even such indirect contributions as atise it fo be. poisonous and pernicious.. This.

The particular attention of every one is called not amount to disfrnnchisetuent. The soil from the voluntary loan of money to rebel is now the paramount qution, and" the !
'1 '- to this important ocnmeut., which we lay of d'ufrancbisement here means is that authorities, cr purchase of bonds or secu manner in which that question is decidedwill Notice.

.I) ; before our readers to-day. It is clear and snoiocy which is declared by law passed by compo rities created to afford the means of carry control l, for weal or woe, the fortunes
'r' C and with the other:opinions heretofore tent authority or which .bas been fired
'- ing on the rebellion; will work disqualifi of Georgia for years to come. We look AREHERERY NOTIFIED
published embraces, perhaps individnoal ALLFERSONS
', every upon the criminal by the sentence of the
ndition. ,With this opinion, now before cation. not to the issue in its Federal relations, because down or molest mv Pasture
,: Turn no person need remain in doubt whether court which tried him for the crime. 16. All those who, in legislative or other we are 'outside of the Union, and Fence, near Ft. Meade. Florida if any one

< he!is entitled to register or not In a few No law of the United States, has declared official capacity, were engaged in the furtherance have been bitterly schooled to feel that we does throw said feoci- down he or she will be ,

II days, we presume the people of HilUborocghCountywill tbd penalty of disfranchisement for participation of the common unlawful purpose, have very little interest in it. We regard punished according to law. '
:: be called upon to aet IB this matter in rebellion done. Nor is it JULIUS ROCKXER. .
the duties of the office '
where afireting
necessarilyhad elfish
it purely from ft standpoint as tf.Notice. .
s &soon as CeL Arraotr( the Presidentcf July 20th. 1867.
1' 4 :wr the Board Begiatrators for this County known that any each law exists in either relation to the support of the rebellion, the honor,happiness and prosperity ,

:: returns from Jacksonville we suppose the business of these ten States, except, perhaps, Virginia such as members of the rebel conventions, of Georgia. A vast amount of new political -
.l. of Registration will Then as to hich State special instructionswill :
commence. congresses, and, legislatures, diplomatic power has suddenly been created in .
't let every one who !is entitled to this privelege be given. of the rebel and other i
J agents confederacy, our midst, by the decree of those who have .
ail himself of it at the time will be '
a as
= short to complete the once work and those who 7. As to ditfranchisemtnt arising from officials whose offices were created for the never shown loin for us. Shall it be used! ALL PER ONSINDEB'TDtome as Guar-

3:, do not avail themselves of it, but stand aloof; having held office followed by 'participa purpose of more effectually carrying on by them or by ust Shall we permit themto for the tuf&or heirs ot John J. Hook. ,
i : 'who. are entitled to do so will disfranchisethemselves tion in the rebellion. bostil lid, of whose duties appertained to use the freedmen against! us in politics! deceased are, -r.by notified to tome for-

l at least for- indefinite period of This i is, the.most important part of the the support of the rebel cause, must be held as they did in war I The dictates of t both forward be compelled and tattle'to commence up. If snit.JULIUS they. uo nut I will
t time if.., forever. .
I e oath, and ,requires strict Attention to arriveat '
to be disqualified. wisdom and would
f self-preservation answer, / RocrNi r. ..',"
t \ Apologetic. its meaning. I deem it proper to give But. officers who during the rebellion no Who will say that it is not the duty Guardian.

w f v la oar last issue, in noticing the arrival the exact words. The application must discharged official duties not incident to of every Georgian 'o be doubly faithful lo July/Oth, 1867. Ute

g.... and departure of the steamer Alliance and swear or affirm as follows : i, war, but only such duties as belong even his State in ibis her hour of trial ; when

those who took passage on her from this That I have never been a member of any to a slate of peace, .and were necessary to, it j is sd apparent that he who does not register / .

,1 place, their destination &e. we mentioned State Legislature, or held any executive o'r the. preservation of order and the admin.illtratioo ties bis own hand, and renders himself / Notice.

that of. Hon. Judge W.uof, Hernando, i judicial office :n any State, and afterwards of law are not to be considered as incompetent, even in her ntmost need

'.* .1' "to attend. the Union Convention at Tallahassee engaged in insurrection. : or rebellion thereby engaged in rebellion or as disqualified. so afford the good old State the lentfiit of fPIlIRTY D.tl-S AFTER DATE, I WIlL
.' ," which we learn incidentally has against the United States, or given aid or i Disloyal sentiments, opinions or his Services; and by his default will contribute J. apply to the JuJjte of Trobat in and for ,
comfort to the enemies thereof I : 1'ollv County, Florida fur an an order to sell .
s iI given offeuw to the friends of the Judge ; that sympathies would! nol disqualify, but where to her degradation, should she uu- a House and Lot situated ia Gainesville Floiids r .
f. this Now have never taken an oath as a member of a ba by speech'or writing incited. fall under the influence of a malign
in place. we had been previously person happily the property of the Minor heirs of John J.llouker. .
1 informed that the Judge had been appointed Congress of the United States, or as an officer others to engage in rebellion, be must. and alien majority.! In the language decewed.: .I

r a delegate to that Convention fro inHernandp of the United Slates, or as a member come Under the disqualification. of a Florida friend who has been appealing JULIUS ROCKXER, .

-. '. and heard the remark several of any State Legislature, or as an executive 17. The duties of the board anointed to us upon this subject, "Let us not Guardian.
''t : ,times while he,was here, that he was on judicut officer of any !State: to support to superintend. abandon the interest of our dear section in July 20th., 1967. 13-tf.
the Constitution of the United States, This board having the custody of the this hour of and
t his way to attend'said Convention. consequently gloom despondency"nIl rarillA 11 SOHCOH11-I2:
S we considered it no derogation at and afterwards engaged in insurrection or listof registered voters in the diatrict for should be the first and last aim of our I
1 ..-s ; ;j all,to his well-earned character, as a high rebellion against the Unit.! Stales, or given which it is constituted;must see that the statesmen and people to defeat the objectof :

t toned Christian gentleman, and citizen of aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. name of the )person ,offering! to vote is those who would create new stream of

fa undoubted integrity, to mention the fact. Two elements must concur ic order to found upon the registration list, and if power, to ue them for our degradation and G. ,Yo DILL
r 1, t If however we were mistaken, the proceedings disqualify a person under these clauses : such proves to be the fact, it. is the duty of for the advancement of their own selfish .

{ I '- ', .- of that Convention to meet on the First, the office and official oath to si'p the board to receive his vote. They can ends. Let us not J permit thai union of bos- J. MILLER. Master,

i I a t llth lost, will correct our mistake. There port the Constitution of the United States ; not receive the vote of any person whose! tile,elements, which, when once con
T. 'U not a citizen" in South Fht, we would second, engaged afterwards in rebellion. name is nol upon the lit, ibough he maybe ted, will be pregnant with disaster to every H the port Tamps and New Orlrtun,

If* i \ .' I i" more regret to misrepresent than, that. of Both muneiist.. to work disqualification, ready to take the registration oath, and moral and rational interest in this. beloved rise Manatee, For freight., or pa.s.ige apply'

i" e1, Judge ,WALL. as there are none whom we and mentioned.A must happen in the order of time although he may satisfy them that he was Commonwealth. : to Mr. L. G. CovACEVicii, Tampa,' C'pu

t .. esteem more highly u a true Christian unable to have his name registered al 'th* "Whom God wishes destroy, lie first BRADY, at Manatee, or to the Captain on
t gentleman person wbo has held an office and time in of absence board. .....
makes those
: : ;;t and of more stern integrity of life, taken the oath proper consequence I madTo who are incapableof
Federal Coo
j to support toe sickness, or other cause 1 recognizing with dIe of faith ,the June 22d, 0 3m.
; and citizen.
both eye
M a public man private
t t 1 <. ,.. slilution, and baa nol afterward engaged The board cannot enter into any inquiry : dispensation of an overruling Providence
f. -1" : io rebellion, but has nol heretofore held as to the qualifications of person whose'
I- any io all that concerns the happiness and destiny THE SAVA.VXAHEB
I .; "WflO G&oaQu.W : an office and taken that oath, is not dis is the list the
i SHALL oovzax name not on or as to quali of man, th, present. must appear dark

_f .:, '.., _: ", hope every reader of the Peninsular, will qualified. fications of any person whose name is on and gloomy indeed. But such a'* have NnI\W AILIQ))
4' } f .yk ':r '- -:- gire the appeal which we publish today 8. Officers of the Uuited Statet. the list. been illumined bv the philutophy of a religion >, ,,

"a Ii ; I :. w : under the above head, a candid and fair As,to these the language is without: 18. The mode of voting is provided in that teaches patience, submissionand : !

i : ;, :'';'. ,' nresUgation ; for it is equally, as applicable limitation. The person who has at anytime the act lobe by ballot. Tbe..board will endurance, will\ discover:! in the very m 1 >rW: a Wsc:4 r
,1 I *,: f to Florida as to Georgia. How true prior to the rebellion held any office keep record and poll book of the election, fury and blindness of their enemies the 7

.. % fl < 'will we realize in a few months : "That civil: or military, under the United Stales showing the vote, list of voters, and the true element that is to bring them eman 17 .

._ : .;. I :;' + :'; ; if our best men do not seek office! our and has taken an official oath to supportthe persons elected by a plurality of the votes cipation and relief. Confusion has already

f..... f t :': y,. ,; ., worst will, and power will pass into the Constitution of the United States, is ran at the election, and) make returns of crept into the councils of the I diJall- ..NEWSPAPERPUBLISHED r

f ?;.. : : hand of those who will most abuse it, subject to disqualification. these to the commanding general of the Mutual distrust is already sapping at the '"

*. I : .': and who will think they can do DO greater 9. Military OJicert of any Slate, prior, district. root of the only support upon which they
.l service than to lower the crest of to the rebellion are not subject to dis 19. The board appointed for registrationand CEO
; '. a.'* :, :. ;r Georgia : can lean: -unanimity iu their wicked AT SAVANNAH,
t j ,.l- .. .. (Florida) and :theSonth to a lerel withY qualification. I for superintending: the elections, must schemes.- The lime is rapidly approach-
; f themselres. We know that it will be a 10. Municipal- Officers, that is to fay, I take the oath prescribed by the Act of Ing when they will be buried from

..." .. 'ft, humiliating affair to be competed to hold officers of incorporated cities, towns and Congress, approved July, 1862, entitled, to give place to the representatives power of the, Largest Circulation in the City A County <.

p ",.x i E ,:,:- ofEoe under existing circumstances
I. i -' fcially that .of delegate to the forthcoming Council, Police, and other city or town I have the honor to be, with great respect fusing itself throughout the North. .. '
> 1
.- e, Iff contention bat remarked if officers are not subject to disqualification. cmcUL run or TUB cm.
; -- : as truly good Meanwhile, let us keep State in ,
i I I .' : .r .- men refuse bad men will accept. Web 11. Persons who bare, prior to the rebellion HBNRT STASBIRRT, our own hands by ourselves power of +

k kr f. "J' _' /:: -.J-t. 'know'the feelings under which every sensi. been members of the Congress of Attorney General. registration (He who availing, from Best Advertising Medium. j jTEIUIS
r i 1. ; ;, .' tfte aua'ibtnt. labor, ia accepting office, the United States, or members of a State .. ouiside of the. prohibitions. of the any law
r : ', .. ', where he knows that scores of his fellow Legislature, are subject to disqualification.But Who Shall Govern Georgia refuses I
I .4 citizens around him are so much Utter those who have been members of convention It is unfortunate for the South that the to register, will surrender his own

f \ qualified to fill them than himself, yet, who framing and amending the Constitution political apathy which prevails amoag a liberty, disregard a solemn and imperative Dailr . . . . ,, 10 per year. a

r" ,, are disqualified by 1 legal enactment. YetI of a State, prior to the rebellion, largo claw of our people stagnates all the duty, and expose his State to the merciless TriWeekly.$8, "

.. : ,r his patriotism most overcome this. He are Dot subject to disqualification. energy of true and exalted statesmanship.That rule of men insensible alike to her fame, N

' .. k ". must accept for the good of his country, 12. AH the executive or judicial officersof I distinguished ability which gave to honor and s. W MASON,
: ." interests. Who ask will
.1 zb o and 2o the best he can, and that will be any State who took an oath to support Southern statesman a conspicuous position we ,
! : I ::..:. a1l slut can be cxpecUe of him. the Constitution or! the United States, are before the country and the world, is now incur so feu fa! a responsibility::> \-Htrd,i ) Editor Proprietor. ,/#
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Bacon Syrup :O JJ.P'
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J. DBr GOODS. Hat jute receired and for tale Rice; Kerosene Oil "tp-r P a- b .

f. .Cam, Gin .Sirs. AYinslow's Soothing Syrup, -s' ..pra.o ... .......
unq llitlory Muslins
Lawns Hard Bread, Crackers, o -.... '
cUed Domestics Osnaburgs Marlboro rhilotoken Woman's Friend, B ::I -0 o -
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Jynes, \7ngbU f .,
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:' Latest Strict of Clothing. Browns Eas'nce Jamaica Ginger Coffee, .g pd 0. o =" eD : .,. 4"

1 dot Planters Linen Sacks Fancy Soap Seidlitz Powders -_ t: ; 0 .r .
Candles, e2oo ,E!. tIII '
:. 1 dos 14 Spaninh Sacks.Cottonade ayeaAFC. -o r"' : :: :J r
:* J :' 1 dodo Sacks. Hops Nemce, Nutmegs, Mask, Soap. = '.. oq.. ... .",

9 14 141 f PantL Spirits of Turpentine. Tooth Soap, Starch .G '
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1 dos A. IL Tweed N &CeOO' oo.a :: yAwn -') \' t.F
s ..' '::- 2 dos Brown Linen Drill Pants / Ctiryctalized Strychnine Castor Oil, :- : ., 0'.. : .
1 dot Elk English Drap M ete Frocki: Cinnamon Linseed Oil .- drr; I ;
2 dos m,. ; AL.Sb 0f 11 AND
Alpacca Sacks .\ r.7 I
Varnish Brushes Lolin's Extracts "
,- t idol Bl'k French Drp Packs \ D-0. g.. '.&4 .
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Pants. aah Tools, Castile Soap y ;
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Black, Blued Green Taint, *
1 dot White Linen Drill Sacks. .o > rJ) -
1 dot Dock Catmp, Sage HARDWARE s- CI_"':I -. !11 O .
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; "" i f / .1 dot co {' DriC! rents Andvariety of other articles. CROCKERY :
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- t.. 1 leD'. Kip P. S. Brogans i .'"' .0","t s -
,t; Youth' Kip Brogsnry -oNow -- Tampa Fla. June 22d. 9 tf. c. -::= It so ; 1 t

,;. 1 Ladies Buff! .Boots. U the, chance for all White Black male r ; Fa r } t ; \\:.
I 1 Lslies Kid Mil Boots. female to secure HOMES on the I .'
; j Boy's Buff P. S. Brogans, Public Domain. :J.ive a2' ::: U1 CP .
si 1 Mi+esGoatCongreuGaiters.j : ; ; a: ) ) t \
/ Uncle Sam is rich
"For enoughTo
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j Ladies Msd g f.
1 Boots give us all a form 1 I" : \ .
1 Ladies Issting super V. V Conres- -: ANDR1E'UNDERSIGNED :- "i- oF" pc" f.'
lisa Prirate Lands Surveyed and Com 1 .
1 Ladies Kid Mild Boots.GROCE1UES. 4 s I t> 9 e t n .
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f. t ness Guaranteed \ \ \ 1'- '.". .. F
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July 6th, 1867. 11.6m.LOUVREd. :r.:r. ...... :: : I
j Flour Corn, Baron, Lard, Crarktrx, PorkPilol refjibtfully inform cii':::S,7JB!!::. Cn ."-.'... ; J..c
J. have received '
the they just afresh C
Bread Raisins Soda Pitklrs public J
selected Groceries 1:. icr. P; ...
of well ..
supply Dry C ;It. rRA .10;" I.
la 1 Hnstard, Pepptr, Tfa, Coffee, y =' 11
Hardware : JI'
f Good I eaJy.made Clothing, Crockery, B > i \
Scior, Soap, Candies, Tin ware dc. ::: :: CS.: J1' l",, ,I' .. sr

I i Jcleero, hone)!, Salt Hatebes Candy and ; GKOCERIES. a .. r t.;E o:: iI4 Q8 I 11 'I
'- rr -a.. h
i. Spite, tit. .?, Such as Corn, Flour Hard Bread, Bacon clear "':I ;' -t:: 0 l 'l
sides Leaf Lard, Goshen Butter, Coffee 3.r a ;" 0 : ." '
Shot Guns, Rifles Powder Shot TUM ESweat baTing purchased the entire Rice.Tomato mQ;.. ".'. ... t d'
II interest of the late proprietor, of this fashionable Sugar -0:1'1' i: s
Waterproof Caps. ri saloon announces to his friends and Catsup Yeast Powders, c.._. e:1t .. f :
i PATENT MEDICINES", Soaps, Blueing n'; ; ; : ;
1 the thirsty public that he will constantly keepon !Matches O II' ..jrq
hand a utllurr1y of erer lAin to ( c ..P' .;t : ; .
Jsyn,Expectorant, Hair Tonic, Alterative. Cie de. t' "' .C". 0 101I'4'
hita .
x drink for hot or cold,wet or dry. f"'t'
Can Balsam, Tonic Verroifug, -0-- :
; I
0 '30: VICH'S.'S
call and the fine Wine Gin O
.Liniment and Sanitive \ a try ...7 .7 c.i..y
Pills Ac.Hacla Tampa July 6th 1867. 6-tL DRY GOODS & TRI.T&MIIXGS. ..- ;.. --=::,;; '-- .1 'r
Ticks'Denims Linen Checks Linen o _PfJ n.':1 ....
heavy[ Bed ,
; All ? JIZJr'I uIIQ,. :. o"S.' ==e.. :
rJ \ Checks Linen Drillin alicoes, Muslins, c J'? m Coo

Hlli < .. binding, l'insleedlet Coat's Thread, ftflrQD; : .. I t.

EXECUTIVE DEAARTMENT: Flax Thread Sewing !Silk, asTd : j : -

I, l1t11h H't CC, Tallahassee, Florida June 18, 1SC6. t\ color, Flo!-, Tape, Klastics: i d rP
with contained in Ladie8.tGent' fld'k'ffo, e jZ C n ne :
Incompliance a request Lames & Children'sHow 19; t.JO t:: .
the II aJ of the
'jr ll1ffiJ3rn1LTI from rters ,
@o JLD :m3Ic ;-
o yir ...
the Gents | 'y'm7 t
., Major- *nf'ral commanding })i..lriet"of /" I''" ..- ::
: TAMPA, FLA.. Florida dated June 4th hose, white ;; S :
7 Georgia Alabama and ,'; .t'1 .: [
r 1817. I hereby direct that all vacancies in civilotSceniii .JOt'd. v .a 2!: .
Jnl' nth. 1857. lit -' n Q da '
.. which -0nCAOytIADE i .o z _
tin State, now existinir. or ? '" ( d .... a
r -. v }, "''8a. may occur hereafter, Le reported by the prop- : CLOTREVG, Ac- .rT. :0- '" PfJ
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? .I Tall lelen"directtmmlewYork, and of l j_erofficers citiztu. interested, to this de- Linen Cots: II' :- :": =''c; ":-;. -
the old stand of KK ADAEUVO partweut in the customary munnner, accompanied ""2.tit' :' ; .
o far for fair at >XEI>V Alpncon C nts, co- =: I
f->r Ca U only, a small, well asaorlyd by- the names of suitable }persona to till Linen Dusters, ., -,c sr- iI> mP ry:. '
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stock the vacancies, These persons recommenddmust 3 ,
ofDRY W from the disqualifications of J Palm UstiLeghorn ==-"' ?... .boo.. Q ai '
l1alJanlonBraIJlIata UJr.
GOODS article ? \ =- C
the third of the proposed amendment ( ; =-
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STATIOXERT CUTLERY to the Conctitution, that if, to : No .
say person ;
: '
Wool Hats; ; ; I. j ; ,
: ') SCHOOL' BOOKS, must be recommended "who having previously Shirt, i'... "., .J t""e: 11O;" f.:' .
taken oath member .. :
an ass Congress, =
LINES & TWINES FISHHOOKS Shoes, Sf. sa", a :;
or a{ an officer of the United States, or as a S.". -'"' f fr
S. Brushes
member of of any State: Legislature, or as an pSPENCElt'
; .. BACCOADAJ/AXTINAY" Executive or'Judicial officer of any :State to Blacking '
4 CANDLES P ERFU. tupport the Constitution of the United :State::: a Ac. dc. & [

ME RY. MATCH- \ afterwards rniagd in wi insurrection or rebel t t Wf1ItE 0"A' etc.Crockery'11"are I p r
lion against the Mineor give aid aud comfort
ES; d'c.
to the ecemifs thereof. ,

Vic.e 1.>. WAI.KEU, Governor, Kuivv* d t Foils, Z. < ,

of the quality and price, hicli will please AUe''.l-U. F. ALLEN, Sec'y of! Slate Spoons.' A .

Gin fie a call July Ctli, 18C7. 11-21 Nail. (ass'Li sizes) .
HENRY: PROSEES.f : tiuu; tub Wrenches, \\VIIOLCSALE\ } \ A 1MI

f e ptember, 1st, '66. 111-tf.: Shot, ;

-t Sale Sale Powder Cal'l & "J-

Writing Paper,
.'[ RECEIVED 1WJUTE 1\\ JL the highest bidder! on the ICth lay of July, t;illetsSteel Pens: ,
JUST at the residence of the dec'd all thu Personal Ink, d;c. dc.0 I; CORN, :: x
_ property of Francis II. Ederingtim, late of! HAY .:
COUN.YELLOW llercaDtlo County, duc'd. *
And we haye have on hand a well selected. PORK, :
? CORN, Consisting of lut ofTEN FLOUR,

FLOUR. OCO<<: llt-ad of good Stork Cattle. "'ARE.ud SALT, r t

4: BACON, Re
TOBACCO. Scvernl good IIorsc! Milk Pans Corner Jakson and li '

Milk Strainers,
Stock of TAMPA
Al'iiic Khvrp, Tin Buckets, (with t'0"f'1'Tin :\.) y ;
.. CAN FRUITS, Cups, Terms-Caih. I will pay
t. : SARDINES: A Fine Stork of Hogs Tin Plates, ket price for Country produce.May

.: HAMS Ar.d many other things to tedlou* too, men- Coffee Pots, llth 1867, ] &
: 'j, COFFEE. tion. Terms made 1.tO\\11 on dity of eae. And other article too numerous to mention R'
ANDERSON }MAYO Adm'r.Biookfville .
+ SUGAR which we will sell at (prices to ULKT LIVh'C .
; JUlie 2id! Hl.. 9 t.f New
itc. & t

I -t'1's. Also' a gaud a orment! of DRY GOODS e. ,. JVotlcc. R A K T & U CRAFT I
01 i CALL AND SEE. Cheap for Cash or: A
Flat9- received which I offer l
: Country Produce. 1..1. ALLEN.e : permission! of his honor Wm. Oarriwin'Judge S18lh.1 lbC7. 4 tfI t
f. of Probate of 11ern'andocounty. Fla
ifiiii. I PII
TAmpa, May 4 if.SICK 1 will ell at public outcry, at the residence COUNTRY '

i iI of Francis H, Ederington:late of said county. |IT, hc T cry L a s V Factory Thread \ .
: HEAL{ THE tlecVl one half interest in a stock of cattle cou- V Hitetinir, ;
,q 1 I I tilting of One Thousand head, more or leold ,, ; Sshfrtintr..
I irEHAVE JUST RECEIVED, A FEW.CAY I as belonging to the Estate of John M I. New Calicoes, i'
I \ S r.1' ';> OF it deceased. The sale takes place on the lt".tl \:/ ... """ \ '-" Hoop Skirt i i '

:'( Moaong! .helaWhiky, day of July: n..xt. Terms ee"y and made De Lai n I:
4I. EineOld OURveVThUky.Blackb known on day of sale.ANDERSON. OF FRESH: CORN AND FLOUR AND} A I
t MAYO A.ftnVDe central assortment of Pro i ions. together
Brandy.Ginger ,
<'") with a fine assortment of I I
't t
I ., Brandy, lion is Noo. I )
MintJulej*. Dry Goo.lIar.twart', i Shirts' f I
list "
"" i rale'hfrry Win, July 6th, 1567. Hats &; Caps, Hoots i; ho..s.8aJJltryramil Neck Tie>, ,55 {+

a; 1 Old Port Wine, )' Medicines, BalmoraI.. f }
Lennon Jnr.. Tobacco it- Suutf :Suit.: Marlboro I sr
l Notice
h A Cock Tlill"'Which Pickle, :'alut..rJ.Catsur. Bleached .
keep and sell for Medical,. purErJnyne' Sauce..
+) we Also'will COUNCIL CIIAMHER, ) l'crl'l'r1': i't', ; ,.

Carminative Ralam.Sc..tchi TAMP FLA., July Gib, 1867.t }f Sugar, Matches Tt-a, ,Coffee A, %J;

r And *small assortment of Nutmegs I accordance with "Ceneral Order No. 25,- Kerosene Oil, an 26 t

i I Snuff Tobacco, l'irt'lll, Marbles. <:., X !d :Military District, the May or is require Perfumery, .

For sale by & CRAFTamps T' to lie present at 1'ublie 1'u1iti.:..I Meeting Combs Brushes ic.; Corn & '
held in this City, and 1 hertby notify ail whomit t' "
June UU 867._tt_ may concern, that any person intending to And a great. to any articles to numerous to
j hold any such meetings within this City must' mention, all of I will sell at greatly reduce -
give the Mayor at len-a pre Jay notice; of the price, for Cash. or Country l'roduee. The % ''j
I 1 \SKOF FlNESnOULDERS JUST. i time and place such meeting is'to be hflJ.K. fact i*, Iitill nut tuftr 'ny't/f/ tote tI"deroJ/J.
and for sale at II :.. A. CLAUKE, Mayor. J. S.. P.EDBRCKK.) AT tS
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/'"',: ./ anti salnll. Miscellaneous.Notice. -. Legal 'Advertisements.Xotlco Legal Advertisements=' : 4

i I i e The aDd U x
following, on signs FINAL SE"'TL E..VkT
/ of Insolvency k.;..
citeD to'town talk b1 Asa_ Hart : month after date I will present r..,. '
and vouchers to the Hon. J> Oi
1. When you go off OD r journey u A. D. 1887. for ..
Probate of IIHUborongh County, al. Ica
rgrodtlgn 'if some one of your family HOSUNDEBTED: to Jonu'adkilll and by State of Florida, Illernando settlement of the estate of f Micheal Walla( t "T

1 I went to A not, will save cotta by calling on me County ceased and al the tame time will, ak for *. J t
'T throw an old shoe at ,ou. up settling at once. J charge from further administration lh.-r t '

/ Carrollton not long ago to get lager beer H. L MITCHELL Whereas Abraham'Hay., Administrator on JAMES GE1T1S.. I t
I Tampa, June IStu 1867. tfA Estate of Amos K. Anders late of '
: i
.7 1st 8-1
4 TAMPA.F..A.: ... and stroll through the gardens dome one said county, dec'd. has this day filed in the Tampa. May A. .

t : d'the' tau itF, who didn't; want me to go, Probate Court, a .... ..turscpgesicc) of the Insolvency Notice., I -. .

t{ j: U.TII RDAT. JttilJ ,110ths. t67. threw ao old'she '_tE me,_and the blamed '= \. Therefore of said notice Estate.isben-by given to a:1 persons .OIX. Hon.MONTHS W. M Gftrril.'r.after date. h'.l I ,,.m.. :- .-* '" I .. .. .

'' STORE and two Iota wtuall M havibirelaiuia apui'ut, the raid .W. ,. .
I thing had a heel oo' it. The heel pan I. HOUSE .I1 .r'l aid for Hema'ido) t'oy"'tvmer. . d*
,' The Longett'81017 .n Record. ted in a mot desirable part ofTam& Estate tot)lrtheh. 1\:11 oi h h 4
track over the ''i&Lear just aa I wai :barg* : l .
me Titles poseuion given the office: of said) C.>urt, on ."- before tie 8th : I e. 9
unquestionable .., .
pa. ; t b.'r l I. .,
The wilt almost 'a\lto. u. I-
following amuse one
any getting on the car, and raj bead baa beta at the time of sale. day if JUI1 18u7, wben.thu e will lea''ronto ty dec'd. ;, :" I +
who Mil take the trouble and the : 2
.1 spare bound ever iince. Idid not go to Address payment amor-.t the several creditors of \LLEJJ !: VTEroofcsvir.c L I.- ,
.. time to read U through :P np Dr. A. S. BsCHENIVA.. eat 1 I::lrent Estate. Feb. M:.. J 18;'. 4J '

I 1. There;, wai. one .a ,certain king, who! Carrontoo on that daj.. Old.. shoes thrownat Florida House'Tampa. Fl,. And :it iso'deredthat the Administrator do ,. i
like Eastern waa fond of -il the netis. are file on or telore said Jav, in this Court true NOTICE.tt '
many Ungt,. very a man arc very good
4- bearing stories told. .To this amusement worn off. ForSale.. t end perfect Inventory ot nil the tificuiekr.iing ;- IX tOrn AFTER 1-. ; t.x i
t said Estate.Given.
to L ply-to !U.eJvW of Proui .
sots be gave np all ba! time, but yet be waa ne4rer > under han'! and seal! r; .I .
2. It u said thai a burnt child dread my; cost!. j- f"r a finblje'-t'i: rat:ipe ,,....: 'x- "
'' satisfied. The exertion*of. bis ccur- of the : I
= .
E of S E <1 fro;' Ad1JlJiJtr,! (>n : th. 's.
4' : all in tale' He last made the fire. Possibly 10. Bat I have a iuti I will sell cheap the S J 5 yule I
'ten wire at i, and E i..1 N E'} and S W }, : Mathew[ 1'. 110.61\ lAte f\f ea:.i "U" t. ;,. -
'f 'proclamation if man tells Lira a one about a dollar and 'sist, cents old, D J l'robatelourtloBrOOb'j ed. -
-t.- i any of N E }. Sec: \I T. SO, S of Range 20 .
.r 4 :. C story that should last forever be ,would and the dosn't dread t.000- mild ovtoing 8 A EAt containing 1(0 at'rd.- Jan., 19th 8a; \r.U.11111"Cam ... t '. i, '

[-, ,certainly make him bit heir and give him last fall I was playing with the little 6U acres is of it good Hammock. the land anda Fla. V.n! T..J.a U There a good log house on of ._ .
his Notice
f the princess ulhteriDlD&rrilpbat Insolvency -- -
: wretch and kindl/ipermiited' her to stick good fence around the field. Notico of Tinal \
rl if anyone should pretend he bad such a Apply lO "*. IN PaoBATC Cocas, JAtrAtr .Itlt:ni- .

: ;, story, chl1oald.f&iJ-1bat is,if the story 1&.i hand into the flame from the gat bur- '. OAKET: MANSFIELD. 23th, A. D., 1867. SIX MON'TH3 from this Ji.-*. I .>?.:, >Ir. :' '

i '. did come to .an end-be wu to bate hie I ntr She railed 'the devil about it, and Feb. 9th. k 11 State of Florida. t orableProteteCourtofllilt mlIecountt and vouchri to the, llo ; :

,'" :head cut 01 ff. was immediately taken sway from 10'- Hernando County, J f Ha., fora final settler:: ent r i fColumbusStaffordd.e.'e

.:. Fouach aP"ice as a beautiful princess STOLEN. WHEREAS Harriet D. Lockhart Adminia .H? I t : t
1 :
When the weather colder one day in the Estate of Wm. D. O'Neilldec'd.
,' '. .aDd a kingdom, many candidates appeared, gut ELIZABETH S1'AHOIh.nm',.. ;, s,,

_a ., iV and dreadful long stories some of them December'? kit was playing on lie rug in From my residence on the night of ot said. has county this ,day a written filed in suggestion tbe Probate of Cour Iniol T..mr', June 8th 18G':. 'f.fl.t. I L d

: told. hot I Ifilh of April 1847, a small k ----- -# t'
: front of.the grale wler there was a n 'aid Estate therefore '
e ''j Semi of them lasted a' week, some a bay Horse, (Stallion) about i yean Notice is hereby given to all person having NOTICE. ;
3 \ ; mouth aDd some six months. Foot fallows fire. tried to entice ber Away from it old ; ;pony built and has a small ,blaze in Lie claims against aid det'ealed' Ea..ltto file Six month, after date I will artily to tl.... ,

with a stick of candy, but I'll ba hanged face.A. he same duly authenticated, in tbe office of Judge of Probate of Iillsbr>ro' V"iuty, I|,.i ,
|they all spun them out.as long aa they could liberal reward will,be given for the delivery lAid court on or before the 25th day of June, a final settlement and Ji.-chatye front a eiin '
but all in vain. Sooner or Utter they.-all if the would come. Maybe she knew it of the hone to me at my residence, 1867, when there will be a pru-rata payment istration on th. Estate of M. C. Brow, )late cf : ,

f ., come to an end, and one after another the was peppermint candy, (which she doten'l ten miles south of Brookstille, or any i..lor.m.tioD among the several. creditor of laid Insolvent, raid County dec'd. ,. ,. -r rt
tellers bad their beads chopped in regard to him. so that I can get him. Estate.A a B. Torn. A.lr.\ i
\ .." unlucky itory who said bet Uk) or maybe tie was comforuble. At I will pay 1 hundred Dollars for any information Nd it \i ordered, that the Administratrix D< 1" Di" ,ul,,: I ;
off At hut '
came a man I e
'. that will'convict tbe thief do file before said in this Court true Tampa Sep. 59, 46. h m
1" bail that would "last forever if his any rate she ttau! by the the. I don't day, a
a story ,ADALINE WHITFIELD.BrookiTiUe and perfect Injre torv of all the effect belong-
majesty would be pleased to give him. a believe a burnt child dreads tbe fire.- April 18th 1887. 63SaltWorks log to laid Estate. Notice. '. .

: ;JulaL ;.He warned him of bit danger, told Mine don't. Quen under my hand and seal' Ta hereby given to all those indebttto the t *1 IV'

\ shim bow man1.rI bad tried and lost -of the Probate Court at Brooks- ; 1 Estate ofV.. J. Spencer dVed. that unless
-E:; .theirbeads, but be said! be was not afraid ; 3. It. U men yean bad luck to kill a (e) ville, this 2Mb day day of Jan., they tome forward at once and settle ur their 4

cat. Now, meat. hat nine .lives, and I am A. D. 1867. accounts shall be the hand of th. ;
and so be was brought before the kingiHa .- collection
v OF SUPERIOR QUALITY will WI M. GARRISON, proper officer* lor t
*, *I ,Jt wu a man of a very composed and delicate !- going to kill: every pUll or Dydimn that SALT furnished in quantities ( Judge of Probate Wm. S. 8PE CEr." A-lm4r. i t
any requiredat ;
'- : wsj of speakingand after making all comet.> iaterwanling about my window after the -Rocky Point Salt Works on Old Brook.ville Feb.. 9th. 6to Oct. 6. 25 tf.

p necessary stipulation for eating, and drinking I go to bed. That it, I'will go'to the delivered inthis, r'e
Bay or at
Tampa City
-- ; '.. and steeping'be; thus began : u\eD10f killing them at least eight time reasonable rates. Bill for Divorce. Notice.vS
< Ob, king,, there wu ones a king who i
In the Southern Judicial Circuit of FlorIda .
'* If they come back after tba1, why dogon'em Apply to .
and to in. !
: designing
was a great tyrant
: ; : in and Hill. orougl.Cnunly.. I
; '. orus i fats': riches, be tailed open the corn they may lira, I won't kill ,a cat H. ALBURY, Agtni. for ix month after date, the undersigned A March 23d 1857. 48lf. Joseph UarriL'I ) '
Tampa, ministrators of the Estate of W.
i Joseph tt
j ta Liskingdom and U into. an immense than times I
1 1 pat more eight to oblige anybody. V In Chancery Drown, deceived, will prv..*D their final account 1
1 : t. granary, which be built on purpose, M 4. 'To dream of losing a front tooth Leonora II.rri.. J an,) Touchers to the Jude of Probate ,
Notice !
1 a mountain This be did for several yean, A BILL haYing bee.lfiled in my office in of Hillsborough! County Florida and ask loBe 4 Xi
,''': until the granary was quite fall to the top.I Uli sign some neat and dear relation is the above entitled cause and it being discharged a* such AdminUtratom aicor: '. ,.t

I ;- He then stopped the doors and windows going to die. 1 have I loosed into Ibis 1.fr. B. C. Leonsrdy having purchased the wade to appear by affidavit that the defendant ding to law. ] \ t '
111 store and stock of good formerly owned rsaidv beyond the limit of the Southern J Q F. CRANCII. l 7.
all sidea.} Bat the bricklayers'bad : AJ'mn.
.. on by thing pretty closely,and I honestly think and occupied! by Mr. Vigil request bas friends dicial Circuit 'Uv-wit-in the State of Mary w. C. lWWX, f I QI

s :.. accident, left a very smaU.bole: near the that somebody is going to die, anyhow: and jBaioUnce to give him a call, aa bethinks land. It ia hereby ordered that tho Defendant January 12th, 1897. 86m. 1 I wwft
Y. top of the''granary'* and there came a flight they can find as good bargain among do appear and plead answer 01 demur I I ;

I t of JocnsU and! tried to get at tbe corn, bat whether you dream it or not. I strolled her well selected and general assortment 01 to the Gomplainant'a said bill on or before the ;
Goods aacan be found elsewhere in the first monday in September next or the same Notice. ,
the hole was x> small that only one locust into a tooth-carpenter's shop one day and city.- Sy
I Give him a call}, one and all will be taken as confessed. Provided that pub
..j could put through eta tim ., So oD' lo- playfully inhaled chloroform, whilst seated April 1'1, 186'1. 1-tf.: lication of thi order be made in aome! new, J
; cost treat In and carried off t grain ofoora, published in this Circuit for three consecutive SIX MONTHS AFTER THE DATE HKRE-
in of chair. I fell piper
e i then a barbershop sort asleep, -shall, a* Administratrix, on the Ftate
1--;; and another locust went in and carried months
end then' I dreamed I lost a front tooth. I awoke. Notice.In J. GIVENS, Clerk.A. ofE. J. Hart, .1f'eeae1. present mj "crourMand
off another of
.i.: grain corn an
: ,
I '. vouchers to the Jul l:;e ol Probate, of llilU!
locust went in and carried off another be shot if I hadn't lost The A. Allen. Comp1t SoL .
s other May one May. 18th. 1867. 4 Sin. borough( County, fur a final *ettlem >"t au l k. i V
:'; grain of com, and then another locust tooth-carpenter took it away when I wns addition to the reward of (300 offered by to be discharge\ I from the turther adlnir.utra-! !
in and carried another ofcorn.1 Governor for the apprehension rf Jordan In lion of the said estate. .4.
went grain Chancery. r
., j ;, off! not myself at,1L I haven't lost a near re. Green, (freedman.) Mr. R. it Rrsnixo .will MARGARETHAP.T, Ad insTampa >. I

3. lative'since. I don't believe in this sign give Three hundred and fifty Ibs (oue bale) o In the Circuit Court, Southern Judlcia Fla.. Oct. 6th '66, :i4-6m. ,
i- He had gouioa'\Lal from morning till! Cotton, to be delivered. on let November next : Circuit of Florida, in and for J/una-

t I" eight (except when be was engaged hiss maub. "said Green ia in custody." tee County.

t :: meals) for about a month, when the kiag '6. To dream of snakes is a' sure sign I Tampa, April 27th, 18C7.ADMINISTRATOR'S. John A Williams 1 Notice.V ; aiV

t t .... began>> to be tired with his locnsta. and iota,- that to have trouble v*. > Bill for Divorce i
you are going -par* NOTICE.
i months from date I will
; ropted bis story with : Martha William. ) SIX prrmt mv ac
t of ticularl! if you dream that the snake bit Two month ater date, I will present my ac and Voucher to the Ju.lt>* "Pro
"Well well .hare heard enough
y a and voucher to the Honorable Pro. A BILL HAVING BEEN FILED in my office bate of ItcrnandoCounty, for M final sM''-I'
e. I '. the locuMei we wDl suppose .they helped yon. Whiskey is asoverign remedy for bate Court, in and for Hillsborough County. in the above entitled cause, and it being m0t i of tbe Estate tiC Aaron Smith late 0. g'

t ; themserres to all thi.; corn they wanted.i .- snake bites. When 1 was in tbe Xnfeder. Florida for an annual settlement the Estate made to appear by 'atTidivit. that the defeirdnutreitide saia County, dvceasr ti Tell us what happened afterwards." of Thomas Miuhell decaated; l"yon-l; the l limit of tilt f V>utlirrn to brdtsaharirrd r'C'rI' fur.hri 'I" :" : 1" ;
4 i To which the answered deliberately ate army the surgeor laid I was always in U.:'L. )MITCIIELL Adm'r. Judicial Ciicuil towit in the Mate cf .4tahmiia: I lion of said r!'I a.... rl

a story-teller trouble because I was always suffering May 4th, 1867. f 2.1 m.AAm'imslralor's It i i. hereby. order I that the ili.funipBr. !I t',\IV'I'! n L\ .t't'I
} : "If it please your majesty, it i."j is I r i J<.- mid tetrad n'tuwerr Jef.ur: ti ti '. n,,,....,, il.... Jin. :,1 i i. : +
impossible to tell what happened afterVards from make bites. The boil w_y is uoi to pl.iinui.u Ine.t; Bill; ''', air >h'f'>re th. r t.i,a -M.nii4 i I' .- 1 1I "etiXMl'N'Pilfrvm'

before I tell what happened first dream of the plaguey things Xoce.DAYS (, : in A .ii.'ut tit >!1.. a.T.ni wilt t :aLw -. i

And then be went on : And then an DAYS After daf,-. 1 shall apilylo, [ :( M..sfi+ifd, ft riifedtha' publicationftliii I N { C. J
8. If the palm of your right band itch JL the Hon. Probate : order 1 be made iI. .
Court of Hil! other beset went in and carried off another
_" : it's to oue Countjin the Mate of }'I.'ri.fur', an "r.t'r! I j r IK' tuje '"ircnit-um '- n weck fair three cou.e. u- : .!.. .. n.) .'
ea a sign are going .
.I grain of corn, and t.hed.another. locust you |my t to sell theSE J..fSecl4.T. : l. I'I igr 17 Sand !; live I trt'Mh j t 'nn' 11.'I'\II.r. _..dv,:"! t tJ .... : e t
i e t : i went in and carried off another[grain of money.; The palm of my right hand d .n', E. Wloiijfiiijf to the 1'clit: of :.In.'uli Tur- H VMcLEOD.. CTk qt' 'u 1 GUtrra..);, .1u'jo.C.ll1.'tlllt": II ,,' I sI

}, :' i corn, and then another locust went in and itch-often. If the paitn of' the kit 01&11. det-M., ituati-l tau I th. N'.....t *"i.l.vf tI.H I Minnie Oon1! iy I for "tl al aett.et..eAt''r.! rhr .:
,! carried another of and then I Mnnatee: Iliver. in the "oUI\; o' Man .t.-.t.( IT L. MIt< ':"*:, Sol. f"r Oopipl 1, :'oIUI.t. .itc'I.! :iit!' ,,lt tf r. c .. .
grain corn, band itches, it's sigh you are going in afurt'Said. to Pray lie .1r>>Uof* .ri-( i Jtlltr.: Api.l :wt'.1.\ Sm t| the I't: tL! ...'. .,trw. ... ,\ l L. ; :.'t -,
: 'another locust went in and carried off 1 ,
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receive i I dou'i ti.e JUH.NDAl'.LI.Vt;, Adnt'i.M.iy --- -' -- -- f I.t.: : '!.t.\I/. '. ; !
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i .;'' -r-. other. grain of corn." money. "ithlSd7. 4 Il Chancery.Cneilit ,; F'. \' ',. '" it .. .' 1

t J :. The king listened with unconquerable lut time the palm of my left hand itched, I' ('(JIlrt. $vnlhirH Cirftit, in aiiJ ------_ ._-- -- .',:-"." --V .;;-., t't; -

t J.. .. '.!. patience for aiz months more, whec, he s gin it baa been so long ago ;; but I'm liuju'lul. Notice. for .l/onroe1 uitJ Dude ( d'titlle..j I N .
t Interrupted him with: see.LI.
7. that if won'tcatcbaoF ". t1
I Iob They say you swear, you I Anivl :Sawyer
friend I lam of IOCUlll.I" .
i!' 1, How do think wesry they your will hare fiib. Tbi i il nut trust. I was j milHlTYdaya from the publication: of this "I' J Bill, for Pivorce. A .TEUTONaA: -. ,r "i. i n\; \ ; ,. .'. '
soon you i 1 Notice I will! npply to the Judge of I'ro. Edward Sews: t-r fcTl p"it>,t t'ic' eslnte ut i'ra" }5' .
I 'landing'near a fish stall in a }Fren., MM n '#M" =+
., : dou---- r .. buteuf Hernando( County for an onlrr 10 "rltl !1 I TT APPEAK:lSG BV THE UtTUUN OF late of HenitnJa: vuett.h.-! \ ; .a
t. 'I'
I : To which the story teller made answer: kef( not long ago, and l heard: H furrisiier i >.. V, i of the N. Vi J at.d the X W i of tbe I'I'X. !' JL the :::bheritf... the ;uLt) ?na ismed In this sect thtin without- eels". "I' '.. ". hh?.' .t
; "': :: "Ob king, who cab tell At tbe time to the Tiiat W J of Section" 2i; in Towneliii. 21. 11J.: \ I cause and by aft' i lavit that the Defendant resides ed to said Estate:: ar- rr.urstrt! ,o 'r, ft ;'.,. f-;
1 i which story has come the locusts have using most profane Ungnge.! S t E brlonnne ta the estate of Johua :Stafford I out of jurisdiction of this Court and mediate! !,a 'fY"nt to ti,, under... ".-d:. At .. .
t. l my small it be .cubit irreligious, immortal rod hi;Lily unrefined l>...:'d and folj for s division anmngthe Heirs, out of the Statei Florida, and in the United creditors. and persons ."'liI..1c' ..1..trit"lt"1.{ :
I cleared a space; may a this :S9! June lee?. States : are herebnOllfie.ltLst
e and the air is still cuss bad more fi-b on bn .stand than I their 1 elatno) rill k f -l
round the hole ,
at a i r. each way JOSHUA S.TAFFOKD AJm'r It i. lImp rt ordered on motion of Walter barred al the expiration vt tao \ ,'lIt. front
et I dark with locusts oo all sid.s.Bat let the could eat a wetk-nuJ I am lather heavy bj .\. MAYO "! 't. C. al'r.lv Sr. F.r., &.'.idtor for Complain this date unless exhibit! with-n tf.at limo. t, :;1'

i i king bare patience, and no doubt we shall oo fi-h. IfhediJn't: catch 'em, how in June lath 1@17.'? 104-w ant, that the said Defendant Edward Sawyer ANT EteN ilA\k'O, .\, w'rt !t'1DrooknnJ.

.:J. 'i'. bare come to the end of.them in time. thunder did he get them It wou't do. d) appear and answer the complainant' till ., Fln. June 2;!.l, ISwT 9cgrrl ,
before the first
a4H on or in October
1 AA Monday
TEAK! We want Agents next, --- .
1 t.; t : i\ Thus encouraged, the king listened on ASA UAttn."A i.t'\J\J et erywhire to sell our Improved otherwise raid bill will be taken aa confessed.It :- i *

., ... ; f for another full year, the storyteller going 20 Sewing Machines. Three new kinds Un M farther ordered that a copy of this or. Notice.ALL t

:.. 1"s. uH u before WOUAK has DO natural gift more der and upper feed. Sept on trial The only der be published once a week for the spaceof i

t. :, And then another locust went in and bewitching than a sweet laugh. It is :like machines sold in the United Stntes for less than three months in some newspaper printed persons having" demands acaiu. the Es t
'.f d'friedoft" another grain of corn, and then the sound of a flute on tbe water. ft leaps 140, which are fully lictntd by ffoiet. Wheeler and published in this PETER Circuit of Hiram B. Daily, late of J'or.twconnty : l '
& Wilson, hotn- and HaltrSiytr & Co. CRUSOE; Clerk. '" i '
1 < .- .(< another locust went in and carried off another from ber in clear sparking rill, and the and Baehelder.Ill other cheap machine are A true Copy : deceased will present thnn. duty .uthenticated t

grain of corn, and another locust heart that hears it feel m if baihfd in" ifrinymrnti the icIUror vter ale liableco Attest : Peter Craw, Clerk. ed to said Estate without delay ; all.. i-i.ebt.? 'I x. ,'

I I .1' went in and carried off another grain of cool, exhileratJrif spring. 'Have you evtrpuisued arrtd,}", and imj-riionmrnt. Addres, or Key West, June 7th, 1867, 8-bm. payment: are tt r.qut'lt.the n--f: to.:::m"i.'..-,L immediate l';. : t +d
: ; born and then another locust went in and an unseen fugitive ib rough the tall)) upon >haw i Clark, biddefori! Maine creditors and persona entitled to .1 li triiviut,., tt

e. ; carried off another grain of corn." trees, 1 led on by a fairy I.ugb-Dow here, | C {icargo, 11LFair : are hereby uotifi...l that their claims soil, *.... i i

ti; .., ;+:w; At last the poor ting could stand it no now there, now lost, now found I s Notice.ALL ': barred at the expiration uf tv. rears! fi..m 1 I II'
date that
unlresexhibited wilLin time.
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t., longer. sad cried out: We have, and we are pursuing$ that Notice I' :\MARTHA. DAILY. Adm',. ;;! I

.. '. ; : 1 Ob,maD that!is enough; take my dangbteri voice to this day. Sometime it comes to PERSONS. of Elenor having RawU demand against tke Key West, June 7th, 1867. 8.!>w t

i. \ :. f-:.<' take nj kingdom takeanythingeverything ,-- DS in the midst of care and sorrow, or irksome county deceased, will present, late them of duly Manatee ,

:. -; :1 only let me herr DO more of business, and we tarn away and listen i hereby caution all persons (from i thenticated, without delay, and all au .4t.

:,,'! the abominable locusts" to bear it ringing through the room cattle driving i i the buying.following selling mark or and shipping brands:un.s: indebted to said estate are requested to persons makeimmediate Notice. ; \ f

.. And the storyteller. was married to like silver bell, with to payment to the 1Indera' ned. All
to a power scare away Upper and under bit in one e.r. and split in ; i 1
<, .. thekiig daughter, and was declared heir the .evil spirit of the mind. How mt cb the other-Branded D, and figure 5 inside, be creditor and person entitled to distributionare i I i .\ LL PKP..ONS having demands ns'in.', tl,4 ;\ ."
herebrotified that their claim. will be I Fate l ..1 John lawn, late of M I .
and tbat longing,to me.! 4 p-
t. to the throne nobody expressed a we owe sweet laogb. It turn the .
( barred at
tne .
)xpiration of two this tee untv, i'ocea ed. will .
e E. whh bear thereat of the for he piose to ; It flings flowers'of Croj>and upper dope in one ear, hole and date unless ye.U'lIlr.m > prevent' them duly
t ; t to story poetry sunshine I split in the oilier-Branded, M. P. exhibited" within that tiro. authenticated i'lint; : d..J : e ..> til J.r""IIIIi |
'!' t, :, said it wai 'impossible to tell the other part over the darkness of tbe wood fn Also eroptwn splits In eachar-Branded I' \Vm. PUWL t i i indebted to raid &ta> are re.|u..i>tr
I of it till be :was done with the locusts. which we are'travelling, touches with M. P.. the property of Post Shanahan. June 8th. Ig67. 78w. i <]i..lq payment: to the unJfi e'..:d. .\11 .
... .. found creditor, and p'>r.o.- vntit'rd! !.> di.tnlareHt'cby .
light"even oar sllep, which I 1s no more the J I Any penon .linturbiug: the above mar' a

1;::J The climax of superfluous.politensahasa image of death, bis consumed with I I r ked ana to branded law. c..ttllwia! be prosecuted *cording 1 CASK OF FINE SHOULDERS JUST 'red! at"lli iivtjrth! expiration! .' their<.f two liii'tears. w m fr.'a Lbs : ,',

"z .' -. be a declared to be thatot holding an um1 dreamt that are the shadows of immortality. j. I DANIEL peued and for lf ., thi -'ate, unle* exhibT'e-1 within tllut: time. '
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