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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 27, 1867
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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x t .r--------i1 -- !. I tat sink\ into the grave of /o.r.Qt fulmar, fltt.tr Jr nk." Let' this principle of ha, soon conclude. that a tithe of a 'tube, is all may for the moment enwrap yoa,
i. .s' t TOMLOHIDA.fEMLAR.1 s. it, would prove a source of' consolation in a i, u inflexibly govern. 'yourselves, as are all! they could spare ,fo.r any philanthropicaim ; the smile of beaten- D verb! so "- -i '

1 ---- dying Lour,'but' alas alas my 'unhappy he' movements of our ,world, by the .inflexible ',. i '; (they would grudge even .that.._ I nfidel. 'as to doubt that. the; path' bftirtoe& i : '
I fear will others after me, laws of gravitation, and rest .
TAMPA FLA. rnfluciic". drag .
I We all know men who began in ,It theworldwith s the way of safety-the only..sy ihattads
,
.' who hall ever! add to the keeuneis of my cured, that the band that now tries -I "
:a t \TUIlD"r..It1lf tU't, ISC7."I i i tran"piercing torments among the damned ,wield the 'ptn for your good, ball hare npthlng," .and. 'have now all! to perfect and_ nduring-- peace.*-Mh.. :Jt. :. .1 ,

.1 I If in hell forever and ever." Here the doomed been paralyzed in death, you shall ascendhigher that heart&. could wi b. We,know ions; of J
l -' I I' miserable i r'eti'ed. For and still! higher' the ladder ,of I who with : : Marringe, : J '
: ; r 1tFi.C N ,.ut+happy', man op [ranch begining everything (we
? k. I ., la I tim j. we again lost sigl-t,of him. respectability, usefulness and honor ;; and !!''say) soon'ran it 'down to nothing. But ''Marriage meant some'.htng in'old times .1
4; i OrllreCirantau;.V .("I"Uodt.and 11 Time and in January 1802 the many, while you live, shall "rise .to call '
-% i r passed up donned Tike
c'cr'aiulh'; this ,'''orld"i" !f Iwe( harshly misjudgethem.. Thedid) It[ was no l holiday affair; < ; i a t
blessed and when shall
kl. writer again, and for the last time, mthi you you come todie '
,J :. and ThU.Oiie-Tiine.tic Consequences! of "Just friend in the City of Tallaha.see. Ha it shall not' be with you a8' it was with'not' begin with, eYery .thg The; 'rnaini'spring garment, to be regarde'u worthies t

'r hAil l made out to. reach there,to attend the my unfortunate friend Capt. N., die "un of a noble :career was wantinrg.1Their !- when' the"/asbion( changed. It (grew, out

; ". i"! ; BT MIKE CCLLES.yl FEW ACTUOR.Dcdlcalfd called *6sion of the celebrated Convention, honored, unwept and 'unsung" but many \[ youthful experiences were directly of no sickly. ,sentiment, that' has. *its exit : -
tears affection shall
had of
and
---:;-' which in: January the year before, moisten .cur- )fever of
''calculated imbue tbeat 'with 'the false tence'in the yellow, a ,wretched 3
to' tie Tonng pen and Youth pasted the memorable Secetsion Ordinance lute the'"evergreens"which: mark the'ipot
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cf Taiupa. tor h-j'was 'a;member of that Convention' ; where you ,1'boDore'', remains are deposited. -J t f notion 'th Lt.t"! is the' sum of life to eat and romance" as'unlike -t(true life as :a. ,cabbage's t; ;i

i in the of !. IUXDrtou' and to a rose or the sear of Autumn-a r '
and now, in some parlor City drink\ l."dlsomptuolIt1: f .... -' ,
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DX1-- Tampa may be ,still "u'n. the aged, but -- ..... -.-- ride, sail or dance abundantly';- ,that it ,i.I is more fitting,(smile-to the vernal p'Dg., f '

1r \ "And row," said i l fct, "you wanttoknow r & I the secret of my sutt,-sa. It was bj al-I I I'f aged friend, in the midst ot a group of others ,
BT HOa.VCE CBCELET. and revet i in sensual in those (] '
people
appetites delights.! was matrimonv diys.'and
( r ways being cautious and! never takiu; a who composed that august LoJ!. As x aj
t simple: drop even-justf-sr this one time ; I i'l I recognized him,. at the City Hotel he was 'SELFTRUST.When ,TUus blinded and inisedacated,- they .were jogged atang' ,together- ( in' :'the harness" : I .of I t

end<< always, ftodyir m"' '. to take care of I so enfeebled! and enervated, that hi coulJ I was nine years old, there unexpectedly [ from childhood impelled, on the road .to its'duties as' harmoniously) as the tight I
r riot I did make, Ih"n Itoll to make more ,, not rise to greet me. Hut H few minutes fath I i -i hand' 'l "' '
f 4 apptared: one day, in my ruin, and many largely, blamed their infatuated and the left, that help each other
Ho I a'ready had. conversation sufficed to re..calllis'') con t
Two or tTiree. yeR'prE'"iou.. to this her dition. TheimoiJa:! a potu or dtllrlvmtrrmen er's humble farmhouse, the clergyman, parents or guardians for their swift and yet 4o.r' 'seem to know it_ ,' so natural

% hJ embraced !Keligiun, und became a mostutive was doing its I sour,} of 'death upon doctor, lawyer, and perhaps one or two descent to perdition' Is tho 'service' 'rendered; as_ .if ;.they were -

A and utJtful> member of the churrh. bis aged and treiub'.ing! form. His tongue, others masL rtes of our tiew England rural The great fir ttrutb to fie ir&pressed on i born' to it. As' the rigM 'haDd' or the +

ltd studied hardafter'joining church as is usual under! fuch circumstances, bad township, who addressed! to with the i Ia& so did '
: my parents mind is inexorability right.sympathizes ,
t:. [ "d at tbe.li 6 I speak uf, could read the utmost ceased to do its office, for his utter. every unfolding the, ;
this efTect : the twain tb united sympathize. :Duty
i Nw Tr>ijtinent; aril lie trod a most ancei were very indistinct;, as well as veryioc.o of recrib tiCtD. Drive out. nature with aI I I :
brghl.t nd unkkcn hype of bliss and '".rt'ltt. I could stand the interviewbut "Your elder son 5 ill 'so promising a student pitchfork, they say, and she will, surely, i and affecMon, leaned! upon each "other and t

1 r J irr urality! beyond the grave. Since the a few minutes ; my feeling and rympalhiVs .. so easy and rapid a learner, that we come in again ; but retribution'will] not edriven' inseparably strove to make); 'the .home? 1t
U-iBing; of the la e unfortunate nngl teat I overpowered me. With a throb; think be should have a better education IT cheerful. It'became pleasure(tocarry* the : :'
ryirid UlO 'ruclivo war, the writer has jl'ing bosom a heavy" heart and e'ye over out., Like to like; so much for so '
;
Ij than school him.- sweet drink the in the field
cur common can give to thirsty man
.a .i. i ntrely lot sight .of Hob. Doubtless) flowing -with tt-at r8 of bitter grief and) ant much : pain and woe the inevitable shadow
,'. .} ihugb if still living be has Differed iu I i I.ui..b-l turned to leave ; he grasped my We propose therefore, that he be sent to of evil doing-such ii the elemental ..m wIDg ; or to bear: the basket> ,of.Inn-

!... a I VOIIU.MI with all o'liert.in/ the South. Ie. I ihand, and in broken and tremulous accent Phillip's Academy<< and thence to college; law of the, universe, as vital and operative chen to the .woods where the red. browed ,.., >

t cuiurilj, but with bin fine, unshaken ;nd I t remarked : and we offer, should you choose to entrust man 'chopping wood. for winter i ; 'or. to f fpatiently'bold .'
to this earth in'our .
homes
diy on (
unwvering; of afar richer mid "IILank-I dear friend for the as J "
holes, ,
t mOle you my him to us, to tee that he is thoroughly the light' in the long winter, j
donna inheritance in the skies: ; doubt. folichude! which you have ev-r manifestei+ ever on any) planet that has tevolvedanjr -
J 1.-se 9f"eT" but lilt!* concern comjiarativelj .I for inj eternal welfare/ and for the many schooled, without expense to you:: sun that ever shone. There arl sufferings evenings when the yoke; was to be; mended i- ,* a t: t s.

'. al.out the fleeting A.id t-ver vittying; :I kind aiid l ntTectioriHte reproof* whit h yon My poor but I proud parents respondedwith which result from other sins than( those 61 or the harness rep hind.i _Aci'!it became ,'

a -b' bauUs and vnilk. v( enltlJ. If OH the I bn e to repeatedly grim ; (but alas all, thanks, but decided that they would the sufferer but dida pleasure when the good roan went. to &town '
present ; no, one, ever .
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olbeiband be bat already !be-u culled to all t<> no lurpOllu. Soon J must ink so give their children all the schooling they 'bil with i
I' to stow pockets some thing nice
: .:he ejoyment' of that, inliviiiance, could! low that neither your prayer*, nor the tnt'I'ry wrong and escaped or evaded the penal a
,- : 1 bel,l j ham' with hi* "golden& harp". at- of G-jd: can :ever reach ma ; but my could fairly afford, and that this must suffice ty. "loathe day thou utest tbereof, tbou fer the wife,at' home-a new dress' or anew .. ,k
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v' tunedo pr..iseH, as hIt walks those etreeis I dear cir, t though your labor of love to rna I them.' shall surely die ;" which does cot, by any, apron-the remembrance: of whose
: with '* runounded the hat been t do effort And the! things for whichI bioi'when '
"pav gold, by' l lost yet nut ca4j tour : among many face would come to wf' and t 3
r j' to y rids of redeemed, sanctified "happy for others....=-to some you may be! of iufinlteOnrwhelrne.1 have cause for filial gratitude, I accorda means, imply that you shall be alive ,acid'well hasten his departure back. ;
4. I sou!",' should not attitnpl to rnj service, ." on to morrow. > ,
give
tb's decision. had '
... high place to : True It that remembrance which _
\ was
prompted
reader idea of with I turned
an the bi! *", wi.h whirh narrow, "But seek aid from
the I no one ever -
tb..y accepted proffer may
; .1 the rat i AOui of the lnc.ft' poor i ignorant, from him for the 'laic time; in a few days generous the nitre into an urgent trot "on the I
others P'Yea! I '
'II :' t ,, lepreiedwell digger ia'i fHl'ml I. for "eye !I his triendi atlaropted to convey him to should Lave learned much! that I still i last mite borne, though she C .oldD'L'

o Lath ot teen, nor ear beard ; neither hath i'|his home, but be grew wore, and death gently nufd to know ; for I never uI.1 verily 1 If you are .ignorant seek th'e necessity for i it(. And his eye lookedbrighter
4 -::. it Jfittt-d: into theheHrlof,the thing i, evidently, (King... nar at band, they s'opi for in if unskilled 'and inefficient "
I f even a d.ty, a pupil' any seminary knowledge ; when be saw the cheerful face at ,
,' ij. whichod hath prepared for them that .i: p.d l on the way wlien, after a few hours "1 t
f' higher or other than a common school ; '' leek ability! and dexterity )in,, whatever the window down the road and
r' ': love lib. I'em-H to hi* a"bee, and honor I Iof|i the most awful and intense suffering I looking ,
.:" to hi* M'nory. May hi* bolovvd children, ..both of body and mind, being, continually:' but I prize the indepeudenro thus secured !i: split of useful effort shall seem to you shook his walls at it as it smiled {him as .

all fuller his example! and they too, at I!, haunted with the idea of dark sulphur-' far above the learning which it would! have most inviting. Bat seek these, with every] much as to'say'let me get near,you,'and; '': .

W. last, al ;et bdroe to Heaven ; and may ii I It" ous demons hovering around his bed, with dearly pnrcha"ed. I would like to read i! other good," ns equivalents. for service and what Ask the walls, and)the? bureau 'x!
I'I'l1oml.r
1 : 1 be the ncere prayer. :u..J] may the devote fiery x-hain, attempting to force sway the '
Plato and Demosthenes rendered not AS alms. Say to the teacher -
,
cliylu ,
t % in the and' the buffet where the
-.I corner
e <] liferorrti1u.ti] tbt"llOwith.oILwtb the !doomed tpiiit from the suffering; body ,
I t ". ': i ,. writer ad his readers. When:! I die "let I irieksnid! yells sufficient to tr"n-p5re the in their native tongue, but not at the cost'!': the craftsman. "You Lave wisdom china was on, the milk pans upon'the dresser ,_ ra

::, 'r me die re death of tho tigh tec.us", and let etx-a&i'd heart l.f f a fiend himself, with ttr- of owing my ability\ so to read them to the' '! that I need ; but I have young elastic whit. No jars occurred in a home .
lasl-nd J belikf; hi Could 1 inlitll' I i, tiger extricate himself, I '..from I I! useful
my : ftrtiggles.lo bounty of f some scot or education society, sinews, that uiay.be made to von. that owned such a pair Can hel 1 left l'
fulneks! .iuiliarge duty to reader 'i, the burnt embraces r>f the foul spirits '
t my my oho would reasonably of the ''I to give on and take on terms o'f
me propose the
..- i and Brcmri'iisli! the end deigned: I "'Huld.. who Denied, at I least in liis terrified l imagination expect I I cast severe glances upon .right Can

r. f r here- dro the curtio4'nJ_ close the !I(" IIC", : to hover around his b 'd>5de, championship of its dogma in return.I .- mutual advantage; what shall they be !" the right hand quarrel with .the left !. /t e *,
v but my Ibk here is but balf performed.4tud masked the last few hours! of the, 'l.m'f.1 would: not be bound even by the silken What you need is not Charity, but Opportunity The born where a true marriage exists, ;. '

., tbu,:h dank and unpleasant at it way' happy refined, educated and pro'pt rt+usmeicbantCapt. ligaments: of gratitude, to what seems tome j I ; and if this is not afforded on is blest, and the man who finds his domes
+ IK?, like ie hitter xnJ! : lII..di..in : X. And why thus be '
iiniifs-r.nt i ir the) truth of 'today, if I were thereby"1to '! terms of reciprocal benefit in one direction, ticity cast in a mould mich as above .described .
Vp a unit ago! lI.OII"II'Ia.: it mui>l be taken iu cause it is a I law of our very being, that
) j orderto.trr.o with: repaid! : to on(( of :evil iiM-rjueticv8 mnst'ever follow corrupt be 'tendered even disinclined! to accept resolve! to seek it in another. Better lire may 1 be called happy in fullest :' -

my bro. ,* must' ":::til) turn to him i in! order cau ea. bin] it is a fixed, and unalterablelaw welcome the deeper truth that may dawn' and die An independent cobbler than any] sense of the blissful word. '

to Urn those for Loa benefit t IC'ipt. i of our Divine Creator that, "whal o' on my apprehension tomorrow great man's staterito. --- -' rAt
; -write.e r 'ever man: tio\\'tlh.Ilai} Lts shall also reap" t first the dissipated resort to wine to -
ol fiber this 1g
the As fi*Mid this The prevalent laxity on The darkest day 'in any. man's earthly
i 'II"'t'III..nt time lime
? ) to lJott'Jr' ,my inlull'.l-j.ut: one
stimulate their wits and in the end hue
: abow down iUl the L-sieo! be tb fearful point is one of our gravest perils. It indicates is that herein be first fancies that .
t "'ra l 1".1 l lulu Florida, acd towing: to t rtap: T career ;
"
.. idlers- ,! dj.j..iiiiiiriiis, and a train of ,i daikneM eternal' mi;ht. a serious, and I fear, a growing : there is acme easier way of gaining ,a dol. :o retort to their.wits.. .to. procure. their. wine "

r }Ji..a"r; ) 1 na:.fortunr*-in a variety of 1 A few words, by way of practical application defect of national character. ",Every one lar than by squarely: earning it.. No matter The.,newest-- trade'waa-
.' udodgo"toqucken( !
ot ; ewfifi ain srtfli-d down to the m'-" and youth of
a at over young; and 1
tvi he rise which is natural '
; to
perhaps whether be it b
J\ >ierit'*_ File: ftnd! under! I t.5rcumtlnwriter -' (Tampa, to whom I have dedicated my story acquire beggary or :tried. Vy a well l known firm 'in a city is to ,,w

1 ,., ;, S'jlllI" ...', wa$ giin thrown intofrequent ', and which is founded!. upon facts, and laudable ; I but the grel't'mt"ity: aspire theft, or any fashion of gambling tba place agIOO green back in a certain* paper: # ?

,, + a*ciation with him. lint I. ,I hue in nil its 16llntiaalurt'I', !nd for to rise, not by natural elasticity nor man is fearfully demoralized who lookingat ofcbewin, tobacco..This price i. pot in withtwo' =;

though/ Mil somewhat: chterful, generous! | whose future weltare'tloe writer feel a deep yet by arduous personal effort, but by the dollar in hishands, says, "That come thousand olber ante l '<;l
,f. and MH-ial I interest and ir.teti solicitude and for \ papers ..every 'Put
:p rt such! WM! the impervioiiirliarmterof.iK 'e clinging to the skirts of.pome one else.- tban T
if I bad earned it
t :'' whom he i is to consecrate a life of more easily by; chaser take the chances the '
: I'oul. and! nuch} the blunte! i willing on, d.-iof sale
rich "uncle brother
Some ,
tltt or generous honest lie has lost the .' .
_, + a nature biionce rtfineilnnd highly cult toil and labora' of body and mind : labor clue to
tivjited MTcifj'; '*, ilmt! !b. inI re'oived \ The uljru IIJ.I' the fact I' of my story, soms," wealthy Mend) or freehanded philanthropist his way through this mortal labyrinth, Several years ago a political convention t 1 '

i ..J. 0 ltht'.ruunidotravr"\ upbonioin this; uid! with iLe.r iMfjviciivit result, li"ou<;!i p'ain.- i expected, or at least desiredto I nod must henceforth wander chance in a neighboring State nominated a quiet t'n

-eab, ul I I I lysimplyand it may: be., 'uninUrc'stiugly << inflate! the! balloon whereby the fond dictate, fro Isis: distored well-to do farmer for the office of Lieutenant l Si
: imagination
. be attended a protruded | old, ,commend themselves: to yoar .e- may '
be floated the heads Gov "
l
aspirant hopes :o over roer. Tbo orainee
the universH has i gracious
J :- meeting; wh .he pow vr, (.f ihe! Divine riou xiid candid rfli-c.tion. Fbe writer become a gambling table
f. .. for of th* multitude: into an elysium of wealthor and) life ly received the committee to t
Spiiit wa J icu. lijMj.i thy cougiegntion; ;ymiHthizf; nitb.ymi, "'t'TI.lu..1 sally a succession, of ventures on the anointed th,
t1 ill .10..1\ he know l (bitter e\perieiu-u' the lui ower. Our youths are generally amt sit him his 1
riclrproJui. Uoce be ram forward I.y red or on the black., 1I1! ,pro reots or upon at residence, and after
+ w y ::1' fury prayer at H' be gra pe l \ t..I."nd. I bu'bol! uu1 and body I; which the bail i>I' just this one tiinr i i.* oft run. are mil. e
i,t apparently t which so richly, rewarded, the.'" long preparation erable'enough.. upon him informed the commite that R
)I'. convul-J fciid Juu-ni-ifird in the itn gilded ; taut like the f"I IeLnttelfr. i
t t" :', keoiu- art: ,.n C fdc-'I"ir. I l;a exclaimed : which the angUr alo14 out upon the iuri I the abstinence, and thorough train- I am pained to bear any one of the he had peculiar qualica'ions' 'forLieutenant '

-4 t. "I 1 am
feelings ih-'ugi/i/aow} ;:t that pr"ltr' nov ; \\'IUoJ: uosu\ 'lxctingtrout-when 1111 UII'I I would have little attraction in their eyes, living "I pin my ofice I have bell in house for the, f j

.+ S r t x: I f an avail lilt "" nymy; d"y i i. paced, nt a'ud l ughtit. i ill found that it* .( I, They aspire rather to clutch quickly and faith to him. I am sure he can never go ruy He must have- i ,' f
i r i '. J InV doom i i. #e Jf ant the fist of i.n iu- (fulg.; ded! colom were but to conceal the I wrong." 'AI, friend you have ,aright to past twenty-five years.

.. ..:t": suitrdCtd.indu' outraged lU"' eii can deathly! bonk bid i-oliin'J its deceptive but easily those material advantages which are repose Implicit faith in God. atone I Man bun married. t w

.. l' ,1 r{:ver toe !vfK Once, I might have :il'onutiful I wi"A'"o; ha" tlei'\ \ just tkis onetime bb>sings to those only who have worthily, is frail, at best and, be "ltoVas An old bachelor says that women first

er'y4, 1 teen a clirili.? Once, my fiiend* proven in ninny' thouosnd of prom laboronsly achieved thorn. They covet the and noble upright resorted to tight/ lacing$ to the men how .
though I U'U. iri.tilln.; end whiUt tlry ing! : tilmtfd jonlhs of our l.n.d. It sudden though doubtful g'ain. of speculation yesterdaymay prove false aDd well they could bear tight squeezing. t

.. .t 1; were rtj.jirii I U-H. *tiiduiiiig( :, nl nigbt+ and but.the writer i* happy to oonfen, that I beb Justice, though all the.world should desert A yonn* j girl! once blew her 'lover out of' .i
(in secret just thlnue time f'll I have patIo *,, no jirrtent ground* to fear, that it ever of useful industry. -They aspire to be and them. doors, and then kissed the candle
a I e -and the roy"tetuot tburn'!, 'be y out.! will be the ca*e of arty. whom, he now wealthy!! ; first and meful'ifever' ) afterward ; decry Give your, conscienceeyes --. .
wbiehGol him t' |bath sworn- that he 'Unitary addresses "llul when ,Jllti I'ltr'1 they' mistakenly fancy that, if an unearned and never f bar that it will rattle* A-lsss a-tau as the old batchaloruid: '

: > /hogoetis 104..I1J I am .doomed, and : are .Abroad cautions a.o always, timely and i' fortune somehow showered you. Others,may be( richer in knowledgeand when be felt a desire to marry. He made
mutt shortly bo dialed, forever dainnod.- : appropria'e. Then when, at that social were upon wisdom than: but and the Mme exclamation after marriage, bat
lol
yon ; a I '
t
;: Goon in your wet: of 'love, and try to i jpurtr, ILl tempting cake and p ikling them they would excite God's astonished soul pure spelL differently ,
has
; win'shall!| go round, let Scnt. !tonsitipn, not admiration bv devoting a. lithe of it to ty no earthly superior, e and -- 4a.. --- I Y
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..I. .. be thrown II around the registration of 'voters Woman. From Floridian, 12th Con'f' ;

m MIDI f EMMIL1R.1ATPBDAY. treat them with a passive iodifrencelIf at will exclude from registration all The Radical UepnbllcDIl V ,

( ; M declared by GOT. Uiavisr, the "ConTenlioo who i disfranchised, by the ex- Woman first originated from man. .God, vention. VVTbis '.
I persons .
will bold in iu band the security, uting acts of Congiess, and that no impediments our Almighty father said, that roan was body met jo thia city yesterday.enteti by, \ : 'I!

I shall be in the of the not to lire without a companion. He, some thirty"counties being repre : ]
regislralion 'If'
tba bappiaNhe.liuertr and the, desiinyforyear put way There
caused Adam fall into in and by proxy. ... '
of the,enfranchised, whether blackor therefore, to a deep delegates ,pellon :(
: to come,.of all the men, women while. They say the disloyal an3 disfranchised sleep and formed woman out of mans rib U a large infusion of what the late Collector ,
rte!
and children''in the Stale," bow :keen!, must stand aside and K fair and created.her as his beJp-roeet. Adam of tit. M.rkafoultl call "the negro )

alive bould We be, u to who shall compose chance mutt be given to the loyal and says, "be is bone of my bore and flesh.of! rnenl" among the representative! l ru"nt to :
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belonging
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,fdMPA; FLA. .that'Co eul1oo. As for ourself; we enfranchised. They insist on a thorough my flesh. Although man was created -tully oae-half if It not 5 i. more'mixed muliunde -:.: j jin
i God did not intend woman to bein -| that persuaiion. ;\
first ;
work for the benefit as they of the yet .
bajre tried 9'obe1 the laws of our say, tbueutllne&IS. w. .;
.' '._. $U1T 'tb, 186T. .ever South as well as the North. Many fear i all: respects bis inferior, as man would more senses! than one, thorough :
country and.expect to :continue" to do so, that.the idea of re es-tablisbing the "lost and tries to make her. True the has nol log diverse as the color. There are like :-, .y-.

J; hrrt -Mraaattierf, laq., i*our Agent al hew imperious exactirig.'soerer those; cause," when opportunity occurs, has the strength physically that man has, yet paced New England fanatics, : i <.
,_ ooks.ilhPla. ss4J.aetharisuto receive that ol should she considered altogether bit inferior Billings of Nassau, who won't trust
i lawitniy i be yet we must confect :we not entirely departed from the minds much '
and and j how
tnoa y for subscriptions 'adyettisbg. 'that account I No, certainly not. Southern born man, no matter :
their on
in the South. Hence ,
tnetip for tbeatxa. *. > '1' feel keenly alive to the eharacttr of thOM some men "ihe others who, though :... ;
.' dvsire for thoroughness in the work of God appointed both to man and woman he loves flag ;j" .:
I ua ttrOspi Bun B.q?: i* our Agtatai Ifaae laws, which we ire to leave as. an inberi- reconstruction that it may be permanent. duties which widely vary. Man is the cr\:a- they may sympathize with him of the .. : : :;
4 "" Flaaird, i*uthorizd to receive money cunning to show "
eiTof'snbserlptlona and advertising,'and receipt tines to our posterity ; hence, we conceive 1 have given you above the ideas of lure of interest and ambition ; his nature green spectacles, are too : ;

cior the I'aoMkii' 'All those wfco are due 'v* for it to be aa impentive duty now" devolving a large number ,of members of Congress leads him forth into the struggle and bustle their band while! there are others more ;..'I

subscription, At,,wUIi>laae.a: ttte."itk him.Govemor '' from different sections of the country its I of the world. lie seeks fur fame and moderate, who would do the State 101r.- 1 t(. .
to look out men for that position, anti in such a t
on n% have dlried.tbdD1. from quiet for fortune and for an eminence in the vice if they could were not ."
temperate
4 "Jdanrfn't Letter. who.not only know the.right, but bare the*. conversations. It.is. important .I. think world wbere be can have dominion over woful minority, and, who__begin. to see L._, web _...<

WeL hope every, reader;of our paper, rotegrUy. and, ability to,defend that right that our people should understand them.- his fellow. creatures. But a woman's whole suspect, rather that the that y uave the go.wolf*has wo.t VI thtm.t e R' ., ;1 a

''w'ill'read this interesUog letter, which we against all the intrigues, corruptions and There doe not appear :to be very much life is a history of affection. The heart ears The, or Convention was temporarily got organized V ."
her world she socks reign
to
ind home
if bitterness entertained towards the people are :
'publish io day, with care and candor, .,. unmixed it may be, briberiel.cthaL'mlY be, broughtto generally in the South though there is there ; her sympathy is ever ready, her by calling! H. Reed, E-q., to the.. chair {

'with! any prejudice wbateyer.'k bear in shaping the labors of that ,Con- some against men who have heretofore whole soul she puts forth in the hope of and appointing A. A. Knight, .E q., of '

"'Now:'it musf t be admitted that Cover&orlliinv -" I vention. We believe then there are tome been prominent! leading politicians., Hub love-and if shipwrecked, I would say she Lake City, Secretary. Pealing: reporUfrom Permanent ";

-* who, i is in ,daily association just such characters still to be found in our there is great bitterness against the President is utterly hopelets, for her bean is'a bank- Committees on CiededliaU and msd: s
.. ''with the leaden of Congress; is more com' country not yet disfranchised. Let us look and this is sometimes reflected in ruptcy. To mandisappointment' in love colored Organization delegates I and, vpeefbe sundry: rt'tlulutionotfert.tJ
the of cause bitter it wounds by V
expressions against people may many pangs
$ ete c'Wjudge of their views and, feelings thea out, and unite, ,upon them. angry the South who they suppose are disposedto hi* feelings of tenderness 'and blasts his and adopted. Among these wa tV.V.
'tia'n'tbose of MJow-cilizens who bul he is active he one providing for H committee to repoi yk.on .
our are From TaU Ultt floridian 12th ioit follow the leadership of the President prospects an being Union '. '
me
v *\imost entirely isolated .from' the rest of Letter from Oorernor Marvin. At the present time very few, scarcely no may plunge into the tide of pleasure, and in the outrages Slate of tommitled which the on.man who "1M members confiscation, except if the place of disappointment be too full Jj :
"Ahe'worid' r for want of) mail facilities and' propose tatpl' ,
: his through a gllgrttl&l.., ought;
,
Thad. Stevens who they saybas becomeold of painful amoci"u"ns.be can. change :
'oonsequentry"bare nothing to base the asrtfon WABHIXOTO. Car, JULY 4, 18R1. and must be respected on account of abode. But with woman, gentle and sym chairman by all mean lie would do ib .i .

1*,** ,: upon. than their. own I prejudice*- My Dear 5ir-You will remember his past service, but who is not to be followed patibsing being, it.U.i entirely different! ; she work with us much unctiou. gusto us 1.n tgreenheaded .I t V ...;J

< that ltllti co use. to take any 'action in that Congress.at its last session adjourned in his confiscation ideas. is i the companion of her own thoughts and ( magpie: picking! would mug > ;, .'
f "reference to meet again on' the 3d day ofJul!. The Under all these circumstances and the if these are turned lo miniol.: r.of oriow- out of a marrow b ne. This e I i 3 > '
ce to reconstruction, as., when we resolution that it be she idolized has one little dit1 ,'uty-nGnt! : '.utltn. gull'lewotijd \ :
if before if whom
adjournment provided new a.plcL.oC the question us, once proven
Live done all that is required of ,us by .the on calling the roll at 12 o'clock. on the to me to'be the manifest interest, false to whom hall she look for consolation l believe !his report, bat thrn that U t, :r,

o1ila (,Congress; ,, we will not be' ecei'edit.4Jt ; 3d, a quorum should not be present, then the appears indispensable duty of every voter ia f Yet wKli all this, does the true'' a trifling matter, liner the salons inart'r thinu'.i i-., : ".. '-1{i,3

will not prove! a finality &0. NowGOT. the two House should stand adjourned Florida who loves himself or his family Christian woman urgUcl or. flinch from designed for rffectand if rant J r 'G

: 'Sliavnr thinks differently.' He : without day. It seems to be genera'ly his neighbors or his StAte, or the country, her duties No I Though her cluck! it will fall "till-burn.. V i :

-'#' { ? s> says agreed that no quorum would hive been register at the earliest op ortur. ty and pales, though her: smile Us gout, she i i" tier Another olulion s df>plil dranutaa: .-
'UJL the Convention should make ( ;
; ,( ) a con- present if. the,, opinions of the Attorney role at the approaching election for good, ready lo help and give! r>>u>oinlioii to apj'rnpriatinn muff in 18tlj "I.4w 1 :-
'stJtotiooin i conformity with the acts of General Mr. on the rliet'of iUtllrrll, wtd J,'w' AI"! iuirt1e. ,41 : + '.i'I :
Stanbery, reconstruction sensible, libml-minded men as delegatesto those Mound her and (pert''nu lit-r many.
rIYCotigresa, the'Constitution wjll 1 be accept- acts of Congress, bad'not been made the Convention They may ,ole iluiieo until the cause of ,her MUIOW ly I the late W ,r, and rail'O (ire.. 1'4 tl ". kV
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rid and acted by'the President. convention it I her brokvu-he.-irt. in the t ItI.oJ -ittul prohibit, Il.r! p .+ tarn ,'! ..vet s. '' ally : .
.Congreu: and, the State Government public upon against holding a they rle"ae.1tbou 1111. | .... i .
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These opinions and the action of the President b I have doubt that a majority of I t''j
no .
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'organized under it will be ,,,, ',,, $
recognized by I grave.Woman ;
} the I 'I', 1 ; car MC' o
"# under tbem are immediate cause Ibe voters will vote for holding a convention i.i called: wtaki-r than men -ij.
(Congr uandthe, President'will be bound of .the reassembling of Congress. The and the convention will I be livid.. I .- I She is so |physicallyrt man "ulj not go law ..\11 I rt.I".1){ l low. !; : 1wa. :

]by the Constitution, of lie. United. States members generally bare come together in That convention will\ boll! injts'hand the through with iliviiiHiiv JuiicV wim-h wn sot om tiii'tj in q. r >Mw .
;
'to give it 'military protection. when called'tponby ''a spirit of'vindiciivenets and bitterness security the happiness, the liberty and the man dues. Take the oioihi-r, ran now !.-r I> and MijMnui* "t t \.g. :

; the Governor.11'We against the President highly intensified. destiny> years to come, of all (be men little one cling and look to her for r.>iii* t but wa iji Ui-ral, em i i"iij:: '

I The papers will give you an account of women and children in the State. In ray fort and consolation ; il u the mild i"lbtllc" in both Mimic- Nut: M ."... ;

r 111t'C9.0reu' that looking to all the the first day's proceeding From these judgement the meeting of that convention anti l gentle reproof which Ub| <-r I dlt: nlOllry hrr g'..t' ,. 1

t .circumstances; we have all the assurances yon will learn that no '(tenea"l business will be the most important crisis which' child in attrr years from path of sin and car cnn go out. A ii-u-io...*
''we that will be transacted but the business will be in the of the the 1 will:! liow tbd h expired: I.\ :
'co ld'h&lODabJr"lpe. t., if we go has ever occur* history vice ; il is the I rayer fit!>l learned al :
.t 'to. "work and' in good"faith reconstruct' confined to the consideration and' passage State. If it should make a constitution knife of a loving:: mother, now long sine" I860, n- '.-!'re any.rli .

our of a billto amend and explain the reconstruction conformity with the acts of Congress, dead, thai keep that wayward SOD from a now appro'iialioti woul I l

t a "giltgovernment according to,the acts,ofCopgreaa acts. Several propositions bare constitution, will be accepted by Congress the gaming table. Look at the (,nil geiij We must coiifvss <'r ? ,rp i'M'i

.p" we tnallbe accepted and receit- already been submitted in the SenAte on and the State governmeut organizedunder tie wife whom the ruJe winds .of Heaven: .. matter Lisa been ""ronh

; this subj-ct.. In the House tba subject will be have visit th ugut this conreniion "V. >H
td. "Wa would earnestly,warn .every oathen it recognized, by congress, not been permitted to too rough
has been referred to a select comn,iiteaat'lbe aod the President_will be bound by Ibo II, When appoinimeuti i (failure t business spirit, of conciliation, but :
) not I to "be.lead into. inertness or inactiyitpl bead of which is Mr. Stevens, of constitution of the United Stales to give il prospects come lo her husband, he ba been mnnif-trd 1\ feeling{ ;: ;

: by such sophistry. The specious Pennsylvania. I bare seen and convened military'prelection when called upon by sinks under the adversity and seeks too often tint will keep the fire* of ii| !

j t argument is, "let us do nothing by which with a large number of the member*.- the Governor. If ignorant or selfish or that fatal cup to drown sorrow, while for all June tlne.i lI in2 a : !

r '"\ ':we would, .voluntarily disfranchise. our noble The general opinion among them is, that ambitious men get possession of the con she rises above the trial and cheers and for the iJoiu I\o.llIIt..l'lal\\
,
1 leaders l and our mott Congress will pus some bill explanatory vention, they may go beyond what is required directs4iim to better and holier patbs.- men c.f111 pHli't'r to l'
J competent men of the reconstruction acts, in which they by Congress and make a constilu Her smiling and cheerful' face has a ray of A resolution I W.at oil-red

for', office. Let.us. try a', military: government will declare in substance that the military Lion that shall exclude intelligence and sunshine in his weak heart, be turns un- Pope for what he bad! done j :

; a, little longer, pcrt>dvenlnre, some commander in the several districts shall uprightness from office or the t ballot and coni>couly: to her for,that consolation and I therint; P.-on'tructi.n i,. and i t t
Y4 haN absolute and unrestricted tosupersede instal selfishness and malignityin which is hi which :prague for not lI con.jing linn vith nn.r.- .
concurrent. circumstances may sav us from power ignorance, sympathy : ever woman ..
.' officer of the and InnJ earuesturi This creatr i >..nsalion i.
the Z !
this humiliation.? Ah this forward or remove any power. Why cannot intelligent alone and woman only can give
I'; .;1' looking existing State governments and appoint liberal-minded white men of the Stall through adversity and' and motion w.t made tI I hv ih> .t';1,

"' to "concurrent circumstance has others in their places or not aa they may meet the iatellii gent and fair-minded colored : It was this deep disarpoiDllUt'nt'-j resolution ou ihe tulle, bin (...ilt>< What ,

J l .Jy.beeu our ruin. Was it cot said please without accountability to the Prel.ideot men in their respective neighborhoods, lobe the last at the Ctosa and the first atI I become of the resolution we diJiol barn, I.' ;]

,s Jn'.L ihe ,begining of the war-yea, and before and that the whole subject of reconstruction and consult together and agree upon electing the sepulchre upou the' resurrection morn. but it was! not adopted up to tb adjourn. x, '
a
too that and France could shall be absolutely under the good men to the conveulion-men See the confidence she puts in uiao, with j ment.
England
; :, control and discretion of the military commanders who hare heart and soul enough, and intelligence what a trusting and confiding heart does I I' Al ibis stage: ; the 'C lnrutteeoo: Perlg i .

/.:' .not. get'along six month without our cotton without. ; right L.of the President enough to appreciate the present the look up lo him., Again, what is more ;,I manent Organization, made l areporL- .,

r- and consequently they' meet come to to interfere in any manner. They condition of the country and who will do lasting than her affection i lAud alas! what There were two report*-a majfity, recommending ."'a3i

.I I e t:.. our)help.! SAnd yet they got, along four may possibly abolish the State governments equal fair and evenhanded justice between is: more lightly trifled with by some, than Col.\ T. W..O born or Presi V 1V;1

J I ,. .. Salve without it. Again it was said, all botirel]'. If the President should veto the the two races-justice, measured 'not by woman's love. Remembei man, what you dent and minority recommedirig Col. J.:
r' ; bill. Congress will pass it'over the veto. old\ standards which are done away with, are trifling with when you trifle with the O. B. Hart, when a moliou wa made to '- "' J
1 .through the war, hattbe( divisions: in the The more moderate and temperate re. but justice measured by the new" relations pure, noble, lasting! and confiding love of concur in the latter. This ration gAve +s;.

-FederalGovernment itself would soon publicans in Congress assign as a reason which have 'sprung up between the woman ; think, pause ere you fill the cup iie to a considerable debati which ,' .-

'f \ bring us relief; but did it ever come t I- why the military commanders* should be two races f In! the. present reconstruction of happiness too full and then dash it away Jude Gl:>h.r.-Mr. llichard, Mr, Emerson, : '

S Kay verily. So of the Mexican question, vested with the power to remove Slate officers proceeding., the President is powerless! and wake her life one of misery. Man is I )Ir, Grtuu PiTids-on, Mr. CV- Taylor, "
from office that'tbe country will not and is the democratic Let us and olh white and colored ahh'
I and a thousand and one of others so party. more selfish than toman, for she i is ever par. e'
equally tolerate in office at the present time such have nothing to do with parties or party sacrificing her pleasure for those around ;i ticipattd. The three first urgd the adop. ..
M flimsy, and yet no relief. Then we men aa Mayor Monroe of New Orleans names in the coming election, but be care. her and thus makes herself agreeable and lion of the minority rrport iiistinj that ".

: I .would appeal to every. one, not to be led who, they allege, excited the police and ful to elect good men who will make a happy.! Lei n man undertake to do a wo I II I Iman's Col. Hart, by his unit'onn Uiouism, the .'

astray by such blind: sod rain delusions, rooh of the city about ayear ago to murdcr good constitution for the Slole. It is no work and see how he will perform I fad that he was a Southern Ipli'l. that
thirty, and more Union men, and Judge time for the indulgence of pride or prejudice he bad labored '
its duties rer :stently this
'. Outcome up"at'onee to the help of the many ; set how he murmurs, toll up .
there Abell (the same, citr who in his charge but a time for the realization of ou r making himself 110 disagreeable and the I and othrr conventions, with fndry) other !,;
;
country, whilst ia yet a chance to to the,grand jury, delivery won after, true condition and for acting ;in a spiritof dulieai heavier ihtn they leally are, and reasons of more or t less weiglitwa entitled .: .

i lure something. We would call special justified or palliated the offence. There is peace and harmony. We are to try the lhat which was once the happy,AO.J I. to be male, President ; but IB., the man

<* attention! to th.(cllowiug solemn truth, uttered :I undoubtedly two sides to the history of the experiment of negro voting, and if we try : able borne is made wretched! and grttl-I With the dark hair and pen !orllt'are, 'J

J>y the Governor, and which we have Nw Orleans riot. I do not judge between it in a proper spirit, a spirit which! recognizes tie abode. Still uumeious and ) "couldn't see it." The fact: lat Cot Hurt "
the parties to this riot but simply the the colored
political equality is
Southern Union !
woman's duties are she veryael.lom re. 5 "' 'In ""I\" very tea-
i
:; Ii heretofore time' and'agai expressed give the reasons why the moderate and it work in )
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man, may a ,way to preserve ceives consolation or sympathy (rum the I son why he ought; not t., b t elected ; heh.id v ..j"i,
.. through oar columnv and which we wouldcontinue temperate members of Congress insist that peace and harmony between the two races wise lords of creation. And now hut- I lived too I long in the tmoophrro' of ;,
"
to reiterate till the State governments shall be either abolished and redound eventually to the good and band you Uvery to Iw truil .1. 1\
liked
we can get our and young men that expect to become + i> his "
entirely.and the country ruled by of the State. Let nos tn not :
prosperity
Ur.ioni.mI'ut Xorthei born .Y
_. ore cUri&o feel its force. Be says : that bad husbands, allow me to give you a only persons
forceor or cowardly faithless but
military or
believing.
could uulerstand a
the
.. '."10 ay judgment, the meeting of that inefficient men in office who do not or wiil Very truly yours &1\.. piece of adiceVht'!) you go home at These truepirit t I f lib-
I night, after toilirg, or perhaps idling, all erty. sentiment: were vociferously .
: Convention will be the most important crisis not do their duty fully .and firmly in exec- WM. MARVIN.
,. but th !
r' :I which bai ever-oocured in the history ting the laws so aa to punish bad and violent C. E. Dix, ESQ.,.TALLAHASBKK. day don't get to fretting; scolding or finding confined applauded, we believe, to t)app'au\colored R was delegate ,t'_..
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and the innocent and : a L tRCOISTER fault with patient wives .
; of the State.: And why so T The following men protect -Our coiemporary of' the your remember and did not em!.rat: all of thfin.We .- h
citizen of toth shall
peaceable races, be
have
:.. ''- give the answer : If ignorant or teljfrA removed andb etter men put in their place Mobile Advertiser .. Unwearied all day, but home that they were rrpndiatedy alll the!
&ilwliI'mill radical members of in earnest on the subject of legistraliou.He I y go withas other ;
'
4 or m yet potation of The more' Congressnot white
paker and final the
,
; : cheerful smile and kind cmiv ntion ,
a word
the but says as
same
only assign reasons, they you
s tfra Convention, they may go beyond vhat The apathy of registering betokens I'' was brought to u VII'.\!, ant he ni.'i.n i.. '
go'a beyond and declare that theSate bestow on others! who do: nhl atiprecintcorneed '
: } rtquired by CoMorett and male.a Conttitution -, peg and species of msdnesa. Do the people mean I huJ..litul tho minoiity 'r Ihr .".j .: i y
no validity
.5- : governments possess them
<< the us your wife dO'UJ.. also! remember f l'tHt-IIl other word, irn-tkc C. .
: that shall exclude intelligence they prefer to hive them stricken out of to give up their country to Devil'sown \ i.i 11 v iI '
I "that man's work 5 is ( i ih- I'rt-ti.l"nl-'t"n. ,.traluwU .
it uninhabitable rum at \I. 111 III
race, rendering by sun to \ (
the : tabula and fresh
: and vprigJitnett from office or ballot, existence roia- a
,. refusing to yut themselves in the \Jolypoe.aible r.un. but a womAn' work i* nverlone.." I 28, Duval count'.; helpy I lo gwr; ... _
-t a 'and iuttall ignorant/, teljlthneii and maligntty start.All to If the nOra A* shun as tilt'\ rel assnn.
position prevent >o j ''1 .
that pt
the members I have convered ... ... '
.y --
: in power" with, and I have conversed with & considerable pie do not come up and register, twelvemonths 1 without waiting; to set oihIIMJ..... .,

+ .# ,e ; There i it the difficulty,, in gelling men number, seem to be sincere in their I will develop the fairest example ofa Persons desiring to enter Land] under the port,, a mti"n w,* mad.nti l rsrrirt t ) ...
.. r Convention will know political and social Hell uO earth that Iloimtead jonrn to 10 ibis tnoiniu
t into the who bow desire to bring about aD.rr1 reconstruction Law can do so by applying to
V '' ibis world has ever seen. Let every man ,, The Convention nutiees a f.ir ,.*,-
and ulurt 'hare of the Union and an early readmission our and
, yirtogo to stop. aretwo gentlemanly rvurleousCleik I Mfr. of h\l.nL.
free himself from self The ill
from the South. hasten to reproach, d: atou prub..t.ll0"
: : extremes, .and perhaps _equal danger But of representatives number insist that 'Iris and when the evil time comes be able to 1 J.J. GIVENS! who has on hand a new supply to-cJay.

r 1 V in each- : obi to go f i enough to meet.the struction a large ball be based .. 'of and the 'olh children of the land, thou canst not say heretofore in is rumored that; a ell known Min.'...!
: f; requirements Congress, oa of the Sooth, without distinction of application an incorrect form
race' color in order as they that it I did it !* would do Tioup will oon give law of i.L.Ir i ;,..irl.j .
: er bandi, in going too far. In view of the or My, well t' call and renew t.ur i
a arid that there Road and ponder the above well, and ap I sting concerts in anti '
maybe permanent maybe I j tbisity, will i i..> (no. '
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: : vast interests involved in these complicated then let one govern himself accord plical ion and save their Land.: See advertisement -
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POLISHED EVICT ::5..n-aon IT I Groceries I IA I I :E.ve SPEflCER & MAN'S, IIDmo ]Jro: mm (DIBIJ"r. /V V _

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l"V. lime; J '*,:ws.w4-have ilaviog'no news bad no at all mails from for abroad a long; Corn, '- '- \ \ ; a w dl"s 0 rn "."".. f TAMPA FLA. : I


V to and .we.lave no local l matters,of iulerest Bacon, Syrup, THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform a JI 0R po tp.e t-I.... Hat jail received and for tab l '4 ___
our reJdrr& we hope will bear this that have received
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S they Rice Kerosene public they just afresh : 01.. P 'i 0 fI/III
neglect of those whose duty it i i. to rem Oil supply of well selected Groceries, Dry gfii ;1 Mr.v .. Winalow's Soothing Syrup, { Y

-edjr these evils with doe and timely patHincft. Hard Bread,Crackerf, Go da, Readymade Clothing Crockery Hara- B : 3 -d PhUotokaa or Woman's Friend, i
Just ware, Tin ware, tc, .sw "" fIJ Jsynes taught A McLean's Pills. .
i Crushed ;
:i so soon as we get any nets Sugar, I ; O it 1T rrtl2'Z
from abroad our readers shall hare the ben Brown Sugar GROCERIES. t g.- 0:0o" se .. Browns Eas'nce Jamaica Ginger, '. I 'y

.",fit of !it. Coffee Stash. Cora Flour, Hard Bread Bacon clear o fa. 0 ,11:::: t L. a FaneySoap, Seidliti PowdersHops J
.._ sides Leaf Lard, Goshen Butter Coffee -"=- OiiJ: a 0 J. I
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;; t Nervice Nutmegs, !Musk
Rice,Tomato .
Sugar s,4 ..
Candles Syrup., .
Wo u (.-We publish thi,week a Com. Catsup, Yeast Powders, &:z Fri I' Too .... ...... Spirits of Turpen &e. Tooth Soap i i
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i position headed as_ above, prepared and Soap h Soaps. Blueing DPc ;. .. t3 a"r Q Greys Oiatent, CUorofo na '. 1 0
+ r Matches jM
read bj one of our gifted soon ladies of Starch, Ac. -iJ "3 tT3o C4gstaliedStrpehaina Castor Oil (

this place, nt the dose ,of Mrs. Pottraa'VV 8 &c.e -0- .: Otl; I'..: :" 0 0......, c:: ,Cinnamon Linseed 00, '

V !last term. We Jo 60 without, and even e- DRY GOODS A TRI9IMIIVGS. C ; t=F Qi89 Vanish Brushes, Lubin's &.xtneta,
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against, the consent of tbe fair autbores ALSO 03C. HAN D Heavy Bed Ticks, Denims, Linen Checks, Linen e" 2'bt. =oa 5. S ...., :-, Concentrated Lye t
Linen
Cheeks Drilling Calicoes, Muslins 2' 0 ; &.J Sash Tools ,
JJ ,, Caatile Boa
but) we hope she will yield a graceful submission A Muslin Robes, Assorted Braid for dress ""': t:15: ) : A. 1
General
Assortment ofPRY
t binding Pins Needle Coat's Thread, .,0.:, :3.. Black. Blue Green Paiut.t
to tbe wishes of so a"I
admiring
many GOODS, Flax Thread Sewing; Silk, as't'd a..!: !. Catnip, Sage '. .
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i.) friends, some of whom have handed it in colon. Flo ap I > 0'
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** Tales Elastics 01 .,... ACe.. boxes of Water Colors, .

and earnestly requested its publication. HARDWARE, Ladies Ladies A It t.J' Tampa June 8th 1867. 'ltr -_ .. ''F
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f We hope she will act upon the social 1 Gents i rr.t"It"'pe- ""'r.u,11 to4 t4.. A 3 ;

adage- uWe boon! not to ourselves, but CROCKERY. hose*,col'd.READYMADE white. oe.- 0 .uS..O& ._. or.5! mi E. A. CLARKE & CO. ;... ::1ti

to our friends." BOOTS --o- 2 ; or.I: .i: t,
.81' 'ffa Just Received, direct from New York
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CLOTHING, Ac.Un.n m
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1n Assortment '
forming a complete ,
NEW ORLEANS, July 9ib, noon.The e tIg": a J :
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P SHOES.&c. Coats t : CC and nsw p
Time bass di ( or. "", g a :
"111:1:1&1 'jmicb llyuuon -
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S Texas, giving detailed account of thetxecutiuu Linen DU a" I (- : III ,... .Oat -.... iD STOCK OF GOODS- '
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of Maximilian, Miramon and Palm 1l.ts ". .1:1 ""' of the artklt '
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Cbcap for Cash or Country Pro -.. ....... i f rII Consisting in part following -
Meijia. None were bound or blindfolded duce. Leg horn late, d.: Z' ,nCD VI''''' .
or any indignity offered u reported: Max Canton Braid Hats fr e.- a 1'( QQ) ) I)

i imilian, before being shot, recapitulatedllivcauMrt A. A. ALLEN. Wool Hats; g. -.;.... n Such a* .
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} ShirtsShoes c=- l
a bib bivughl him to Mexico.He : Tampa Fla" June 22d. o tt :I} f" !D &1 c: Prints Calico i.;: I ,
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-E+ the authority of the Court! 8. Brushes t4B Ginghams, .'
i'L" M-nlDCrd him' He d hi Blacking ;: CJIrP ,
,hop Merinos, Muslin '" -_
+ Mou-1 Wuud: btop tie fffuatOU of blood i in NewGoods der. de.: =.. ::L..E..: x;-j r f IIiit De Cuirass '' '{'
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I; *>a tptkt/iom/ a paper.: The onlyr JUST. RECEIVED FROM NE W '" _.... OJlY tae. t. Musi, Vie. Lawns : ,,
s' p Crockery.Ware, v .. n' 1. e Irish Linen flanges r1
TOilE ;! : 4 !
: lir frit iu J should o '
-' : .ri }illg was, i be.LiWiili Knives d: Forks ; Silk Handkerchiefs,Fan .
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4 r u-iimi Its 1 Strwri, his children: AGenerl Assortment Spoons, -.L ...... ey Neck Ties, Edgeings,Insertions : ,
:' %ou'if' br f't"II iiuj! HI M the chilJren of a R Sails, ass'td( rites,) :E: rL t:' t-I Velvet Gimp Trimmings i ,

T "...,. .,,1'. ConaisUng in part of the following Gun tobe Wrenches, :;efly 'g'1! b .... ,Shirtings Sheeting A 'n s
!. SJrJl''" 3 BUach'd A Unbleached .'
.- "1'J? cai },.Sr.1 ,,,,. Shot, 'Z Drillings- t
k j'Ji '10' "' Articles : Powder :" E'P' -Marlboro A Hickory Stripes, .fs '

1 .' .. ,',"' .tllH\\ th.. &rgt'lllt of the DRY GOOD*. 'Caps, !;7 1:1. I' Deoims.Tiekio g,Checks,Scotch Plaid .
J "'" Yo E: )I! ._ a ,. I
<<'ln. I,' 1 s,4 iiu a b..Jfqlof( gold, aud 1 Calicoes, Ginghams Hickory Muilins Lawns, Writing Paper ::! ..,.s O KV Jeans Casaimeres Flannels BonastA ; ,
6 ar : Taffety Ribbons, Ladies Belts Buttons
C...., ,. Bleached Domestics Envelope, t'I. 1 i
V V JQy s: [t. Jt r IIIIU at his '''Lean.Jfa .- Osnaburgs Marlboro o.- = ,. .
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Gillets Steel Pens :1'-1 "'" n... Balmoral., A Hoop Skirts Ladies and Gen :'
# f', <: .s< vi.rr.4 bib. ttr.M, but be was Stripe Denims, Edgings Insertions Gents Ink, Ac. Ae. ;.r 0 ;;" ....c -3 Ueman's Hoosiery, Gloves Collars Boots )
Checks -
i..,: /j-j'f'; .1".1 l alter tl*" first fire. Two Hosiery GlovesLatest 4f. -0-- cV t''o3' r-a Shoes HaU Ac., Misses d Boys Shoes A HaU j I t- s'r 't

,;., <,''! r1 rolUa out who ho him i in Style of Clothing. And we have have on band a well selected '000.. "" ..,:!XI ::: -EI. ." '"rP Coats, Pants, vest*. Under,Over A LB shirts.Saddles. :. :
V ',. 1 doc Planters Linen Seeks ,. I"i III. aY
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Murb lot
": -U" J..iali..fllltioD and grief of pkF .. 01. 1)) lmm1t
1 dos a )I! > J
',,'> mnuQif... trd the Spanish Sacks 1:1 'O. .
> by TIN WARE. go
tpecUtors. 00' =
1 dot
= Halters '
Cuttonade Seeks t'+ Bridles Bits Martia-
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; wm presented 2 doc Pants p.'gar Baler Girths, Stirrups, Brass A Mexican I
Milk Oe
t.. .. .-v. i.> Karobtiu in the Government 1 doc It Linen Pans Milk map spurs, Hone Collars Ac., Ac,,

L'.c: I doc A. IL Tweed. Strainers roc('::"0 ..... rA tD V ,
5 dot Brown Lfoea Drill Pant Tin Buckets (with coven) r.c'E.o: .. qt' t-3 Z &w& I1 -

1 dos Blk English Drap 'd eU Froeks. Tin Cups, Pee 1:1 J'rto Pocket d Table Knives, Files,
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New Advertisements. Tin Plates != tl1: ;: j '
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S doc BIT Alpaoea Sacks '
... Door d Pad Locks.Axes Trace
II i dos Bl'k French Drp Sacks e Coffee Pots, c::> '!' II Chains Hoes,Shovels, ast'd ,.. t+
*-dos brk ". Frocks; And other articles too numerous to mention p, us tPpA screws A Tacks Drswfg I
Notice 1 dOl Bl't "Pant*. which we will sell at prices to "LET LIV&", 41 ot t:1: ..... :a"jI Knives, Hatchet*.Gun \ ;
( t '2 doc Blk English Pant cr .
I: = if : joM Caps Fry Pans TeaKettles r +
1 dos White Linen Drill Sacks, GRANT& ", o e __ ...... ,Iron PoU, -,
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CRAFT .P" es: .. ...,
To for -
Applicants Homesteads 1 doc Dock : e" : '
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j Sacks. Bake Ovens, AcAc.
1 doc M Dock Pants 191.. in : ,
Hillsborough County. 1 doc of DriC Pant. Tampa, Fla.: In-.e 0 "" -.0- .0 .... -D "

MtfOU i Till BENEFIT: OF TI10SK CONa. 1J doc fancy Marseilles! Vest* May 18th,.1867. 4 tt : o gq.. V QQ) W '
s crrned I subjoin tyirepsi of Circular, 6 Striped LineD Yates .. dxo .!; p 4ti I D
,_ >o. 1, .e it to me from U. & Consolidated a :3. t-i Tubs Pigcins Chums, SIena Bro m.. Bras
Laud Office At T.alIaha&alC'tIo Ha., dated Jane New Style of Hate, IT he Yery Last r' ? 0 Bound Toy Flour A Well Bucket, Horse

r : 4th 1867,,U A. B. STuxcuKii Jd. D. KegitterConsolidatod Brown Cassimere HaU, Broad Planters Hat te -S.. :: t"4 _Pp. := => 31- Brushes A combs ,Axe Helve Ac. i

i Ii Laud OLe, to-wit: ,Black Felt Hats United State Hats \ .. '" a ..... m W A "
"Persons who desire to avail themselves of Leghorn Hats, Boy's assorted Cot(_'I) 11:0.:: : .
the benefits oftke Homestead Jaw.and wcauoo' ho Hat. Ladies flat,. 00 iI. (D' :IJ Pans, Pails! Plates; Buckets cups, coffee-pota, .

by reason of distance, bodily infirmity. Shoe, ((1000 Pairs,) .general OF FRESH assortment CORN of AND FLOUR AND A wiry 0 -: t r.c-: ; :A ..!0.t :_;. r 0 Dippers, Y" ; '-

elr other good C&Uf.e appear before the ReguUr Men's Uab.P. L. Provisions togetherwith r... ; t"fYil .1:1' d EARTHENWARE &c- !+
or Receiver, may make affidavit before the M Brogtns. a fine aasortmett of ... '-1:1: .; f r ,
Men's H
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Clerk of the County Court in which said ap- Men's T 'welt Brogans Dry Goods, Hardware, .= ; jJ PIates-.Tea Breakfast t Dinner Set*;eap.Tea. .-
P.
roi&t, and the averment under vath Youth's""Kip "S. Brogans HaU A Caps, Boots A Shoes p A Coffee sets Bowls Platters Pitchers "{'

must be made (in the body ,of the affidavit) Ladies Buff Kip .. Broganr Saddlery, Family Medicines, Ac. G las ware-Tnmblers, GobbleU, r '

.,t stating explicitly the cause of disability. The Ladies Kid Mil Boots.Boot Tobacco t Snuff, Salt! SPENCER & 'MAN'Sz. Syrup Pitchers Salt Cellars, 4 0 a
Clerk of the must Kerosene Lamps.GEOCERIE8.. II
County certify uuder Seal Boy's Buff P. Pickle MusUrd. :-
as to the making of the affidavit and alto S. Brogans Catsup, P .
at Sauce.
Mieeea Goat Congress ..
I to tA. actual ruidenee of tin party in (AeCounty. Ladies Mad Boots Gaiters, Pepper, 8p ice. SEWARD e '. : :,
The land
distinction of race are or color.open'to! persona all without Ladies lasting super V. V.Coo!:rees. Tea, Cuffe, a o ken, Cheese Pilot Bread, BaUer.Ral ; ":. ,
who ,
Sugar Matches
Ladies Kid Mad I 1
t have not made affidavit according;to the aborereqairementa Boot. Kerosene Oil, \\VHOLESALE AND RETAIL coos, Almonds, Pecans, Candy, Soda, : ;

,s /4- are requested fur their own benefit GROCERIES.Flour Perfumery, \. Pickles, Mustard ,Pepper, Spice : 1 Ow' r

t to renew them inuneJiately. All entries Comb Brushes do., Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Soap,Can Y ;

.4 are made made previos&ly in conformity are ao to'pend within a until i instructions.affidavits: Cora, Bacon, lard, Crarktn, Pork And a great in any articles to numerous to o dies, Matches, Smoking k I ; v:

,, ''t I have had the application of many in thia: Pilot Bread Eaiiint, Soda, Pickles mention, all of I will aril\ at greatly reduced DEALER Chewing Tobacco, dc I '
t sent back to have affidariu amended finstard Pepper, Tea, Coffer, prices, for Cash or Country Produce. 7*. INCORN Kerosene Oil. A v "
county e
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fact i I mil tot salter myself to be ueders rid. OATS, .
1 1II according to instrui-t'ons eat with them. All Sugar, soap Candles. HAY. BACON. Also-Perfumery, Cosmetics, Comb, '

[1h who Homesteads have ,previously will find it made to their application interest to call for Tobacco Uoney, Salt, Matebet, Candy and June 8th, 1867. J. S. REDBROOK."iTtt PORK LARD. Brushes, Pea, Papr & Ink, and i:

... immediately renew their applications and ae- Spice, ,le FLOUR RICK various other a r tides.! : .

located care their in laaJs.this :State No: ;Land land Warrant can only be can entered be Shot Guns;Rifles, Powder Shot \\ Q Corner Jaleton SALT and ,Water Streets ETC., Having to just sell opened at as low our prices Stock as we goods anpiepared : e.

under the Homestead Law 1 hare hand TAMPA FLA.
on t-
Waterproof RECEIVED ,
Caps. be in the Our Terms
JUST can bought place. .
I of new bUnk form of i
a supply Application PATENT Terms-Coi*. I will pay the highest market
LI* for Homestead, and U. S. Int. Kev. :Stamp: used MEDICINES. price for Country produce.May are CASH or Country Produce Call ,

on the sane? J ayne's Epktojant, Hair Tonic Alterative, WHITE CORN. Uth, 1887, Stf and See for Yourselves, at my old Stand, t : 'Y
J. J. GIVES Ct tic. Car Balsam Tonic Vermifuge, YELLOW: CORN, corner of Washington & Marion Streets V
: t. Tampa, Jnly 27th. 1867. 14. J,w Liniment FLOUR.
and
Sanitive Fla Nor. 10.20-lf.
J' Tampa, '
New
Pills *.. BACON, Goods !

; 4 Notice. / IH 1 MsitSa of l'aa:r1 :7.T1EillOO TOBACCO. JUST RECEIVED A FINE STOCK OP
MATCHES: FINE LOT OF DRY GOODS\: JUST -.a

A' PERSONS. ARE HERERY, NOTIFIED. :
ALL to throw down .or molest my Pasture SARDINES, COUNTRY PRODUCE

Fence near Ft. lleade, Florida. If any one qgO U lttJ' lce,' n4 1S. Factory Thread, ;

does throw said fenc.down he or she will be COFFEE. Sheeting! Groceries

t' punished according to law.JDLIUS. Shirting '
SUGAR ,
LOCENEP.JalYYOth,1867. (tjo JLo JFmDrnm1Lll io Calicoes i
&c. die.
V 14-tt Skirt HARDWARE,
A' Hoop ,
so a good !
assortment of DRY
-- TAMPA, FLA. GOODS, De Lames,

et'I t Notice. July, Oth. 1857. Ilt..{ CALL Country{ND Produce., SEE. Cheap for Cash or Dress Patterns. CUOCKERV'.WARE, .

Bed Tickings. .".. .
V A. A. ALLElf.la i Shawl*, SHOES "
AND
LL rER.'OIDEWED to me a* Jnar-- T HAVE JUST RECEIVED, per Schr. 'S Tampa, May 18tb. 4 tf. I Shirt. .. BOOTS .
I \ 1 rah Helen," direct from New York and offer Neck Ties
minor heir of John J. Hook'
\t'U-,for the for sale the old stand of KKSSCDT Balmorals, Clothing &c. <
i.oii5ed to for at A HEAL THE Ready Made ,
*.rde'l DABLING. for Cash only, a small, well Stripes
assorted
forrfl .net *ue u P If they uo noL I will Bleached & unbleacheDomestics I Which I will sell low for Cash. ,

4- be c.."':.ellrJ. to eoainMfiir* suit. stock ofDRY n EHAVE SE.i: OFEm. JUST RECEIVED>, A FEW CA. JOHN JACKSON.t Y. 4

.. -"- JGUUSROCK\ER., OOODSSTATIONERY .. Old Monongahtl It e., Ac. Tamp Naovl., 7. 30 t ,:
a Giardian. Whisky,
CUTLERY Old A, A. ALLEN. -
Wh
left Rye iaky. sn U {
).h. J847. 28tfir
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; : SCHOOL BOOKS Blackberry Brandy r
; I LINES & TWIXES. FISH Ginger Brandy, .2Volke.

1. "Notice.i i HOOKS. CHEWING TO. Mint Juleps.

f BACJO.ADAM.1NTI Pale Sherry Wine permission of his honor Wm. Garrison,
i I Old Port Wine, LOUVRE By Jud, e of Probate of Uernando county, Fla -
CANDLES PERFUMERY
: 11IRTY DAY AFTER DATE 1 WIlL Lemon Syrnp, I will sell at public outcry at the residence

.L to the Jn rpj Jc. we will keep and sell for ed half interest in a stock of cattle ori '
A 'k Florida for an an order to sell! capuses' : one coal
rCl County. Also TT7M ESweat
and Lot situated ia Gainesville Florir. Ac."of I, having purchased the entire fisting i of One Thousand head, more or l s ; .'
House Dr 1T .
a.r. .% t- o'.-r*v o!tJ-e Minor heirs of John J. : Jnyne's Carminative Balsam, ionable interestof the late proprietor, of this fash- sold as belonging to the Estate of John M, :\eV.and
\\t w".: i!. :.,..wel ; the' quality and price which will please And small ssortmntif Nutmegs Seouh the saloon, announces to his friends it deceased. The sale takes placeon the 16th i'-
Give call Snuff,Tobacco, thinly public that he will\ t. Terms and made j
JULIe ROCKSKR. me a Pipe, Marbles, der, band constantly keep lay of July n : evsy _
i Guardian. HEXRY: PROSEUS. For sale by on a full supply of rrrrytfiiny %ood to known. on dav,of uile. *
drink for hot. or cold,wet ifry. Cite Adm'r -.
GRANT or him 1 UE1..MAYO, ,
h I Jnly SOtiu, 1887. 134! September 1st, ,'06. 19-t Li Tampa June let, 1867. & CRAFT'tf. a call and try th. fine'Wincs, Liquors, Gin J-c. ; Do Bon Non. t 4
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H.L;. iIrrclrE. IL.J : IiPaoalTC, Covar'AT 'CBAMBE1S' JAXVAKT ,8t .vouchers to the lion. Judge ot .
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-, A. D. 18C7. Probate of 11 ilUbo rough 'ouctjvfor. a .
..': OJNEY Arr .LA"fl. rPHOSE INDEBTED) to Jona. Walkins by FtatJoi' 'l4ridw ftulf'menUf the wtateof< .;. .' '"" I -L note, will lave cota by calliuz on me and i l ceased, and at the same time will a.-k for a t\i--
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;. Will- giveprorapt'attention' to";':all business Tampa June 15th h61r Sit;. \Y I the Estate of Amos ]C, Ante\! a, late of May 1st, 1S67. .,3-fm. t
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[t F ; T. KJSPENCER.' :Tampa, Fi{ >pl.-2lb. 66. 1-y .' \ Probatet\'nrta s.ttttcneuggtetonoftheIn.: : Notico.SL" the
... : % !a solvency ot said state' MONTHS after data I will apply to
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Therefote notice i is hereby given to all persons lion. AV*. M. Garrison JoJje; of Probate in .
x; TEEMS .Or.SUBS'ClUf1IO.N.. : :', : J<'IJ1f A.' nE: DEC!(\!. J. 'F. IICXDtBSO STonE HOUSE, and two'lots.ftaat: f ?* hiring claims against the said decensed'aErtate. AnJ for IIernando County, for a final stltle-

; .On copy >cn.year. '.. ,...";" *i- .$i 00 t ted in a niver t'e+!riiblepart'ofT:
f' ".One copy six: moo tls* .. ... ,..%. i L 50 DESDEBSOS l 1 DESBEBSON pa. 'Titles' UnqueMlonable\ ,' ro uion' \oaten the office of said Court on or before the 6th the estate of Caroline Datisoii late cf.said coon
... at the time of aolii. i. day cf June 1S07 when there 'will be a proato ty dec'd. I
"> ---oRATES --- .
r t Address :> payment among the several creditor of ALLEN: R JICDEadm'r..

OF ADYE, TISIXG..On ATTORNEYS AT LAW pr. A. 'S.MC11ESIVA.Florida said Insolvent Estate. 'Brooksville,.Feb. 9th, 1S67. 4: Cm.

iqaare(12 brevier! line or less for ." : House.'Tampa, Fla. And [it i is ordered hut the Administrator do -
first insertion. i 10 "TAn fA""FLA." file oil o* before said day, in this Court true KOTIC2.O .

For }subsequent insertion, :it:S! and'perfect Inventory of" all the effects btlong- IX MOXTU5' AFTER DATE, I will!| 8pV

Estate and Legal Notices will be chugs: 1 at will practice in tLe Southern: and, Eastern FQll1t $aleTwill ting to said E*'"te. ., ply to theJudceof Probate of Herafidoeoui.tr.

the MI9wiograteai Jr j Circnits;' of, the State.Tnmpa,3lay"26th1S66.. : I! Given under my hand and enl (or a fihal rettlement and b- fi ettir-

,Application or Letters of Administra I: ; 56mo. I ffi & of the Probate Court at,Brooks- ?.-.! from \Jln l.i*troli'JD on the "EUt of

l Lion. '- >$1 MKotklo ---: -. acllehenplheSEofSE 1on; EbnJSW I .,. "melbis: bthd.'y of. .January. A. Mathcw I'. Howelllate of said County dtccas
,' Debtors anJ Creditor. .' ,8ApIicaLipg JU "" t. I> 18rt7.19iK'lS67. e1,.. -
for Disiniftsion, I! 00 A. A ALLEN. : i'fN Ef.tk-e.9T3itwofItangat01 .
;' S & Eart' cnntnir.ir.c 16" acre*.- Jan. (f 111.NotiC:3.'Qf ilARIA-A. \T1U.d 'x.
t Announcement Candidate, ,- A 00 1'
I'um 1.- .in>-nioBrookjtille .I.n.-x" .
Advertisement Landed in for puLUC'.lioalot; ATTORNEY AT LAW: .CO acres of it good Hhmmock.'There '
Ha. Mar i-oth 1677. fcm.
.
.. land and
house the
,pecifvKiff the -II tDber'uf insertions to be .. ," .... i is a gt'oo.11o\t on : Insolvoacy, .
-.a'lD-! atound the field.ry ', "I :
fence
pnbluhed until forbid and charged accordings. a good : Co/CT 'JASrAaT:5tli nlent. ."'
.\ to Is PrOBATK Notice of Final: Sctt1 .
SoUcUor! ; in B quit'; OAKEY MANSFIELD. A.}>.. 1S67. SIX MONTHS from this slate, I shall pre 0'"

TAMPA FLA 1 eb. Oth. 22 State of' Florida) ) mr acconnN and voucher* to rhr lion- .'
/< ) LEGAL, AbYKRTISEMESTS.ly lIernanJI1 County )r c.ra'.le Probate\ Court of lIiU.b<..6ugb on tyhFla.

.TT/1/ ILL GIVE prompt attention to all busin-. ATrilERE.\SII.rrrt I>. Loclbrxrt. (111jni. .. fora fji-ui ttUle-iiT.l: <>u tW Fatute of .11
I..ttt.Jio" CJJS tGtliJII"'t.otit'e: 1 -'na'eiitrutedty his care. .S LOLEN. \I' tratrix on the Estate of Win.>. O'Neill Colmnbu. istifford.c ,

.of the in.Utaiiou vf suit by attachment in September.It t, I860.. IDCm.S. deed, h'a"this day tilrd in the Probate four F..lZAP..fll! FfRD.a1'%.
caae of non-reeidenta, ..baU'LeluMi.luJ for T re5 loncp the nijjht of June Stli Co .
?ron nv > on ot said.i-onnt \. a written *nsr<*r.tioii jf luolnveiy Tampa 1S67. .Im.
three.nioaths, in some public nowspaperof,; the C CEAF1.ATTOT1N .JJ i the 15th 01 Apiil, 18C7, afinallbav ;"\ of sai-tEntiite. therefore! "

district ; : I llorte (?talion.! ) abc.ft !I f i-ars ,1u1J I ;Coke: is herrby ir'vu to a1!I. perfons havirg KOTICSTT '

httitvtion of Suit to FvretoM Jlortyagr.Notice .- ; I'onr built ,and ha ;t f.-nf.'l blaze lit his cUtaiVa iinj i *..i"d dvTca.ed's }:s'11ft>; to file month after
,. of the idjUtotion.oPfuit at common Y AT LAW."JTaving faa I the same. dulyanthenlientedin! the ffioe of Six. te of rotate .'f Il.bt:;! Cv'ucty. f"i
law tofureeoeemortgnee.! where"person* .are A liberal regardnrni be bites for the delivery I said court, ... 'f>before the 2ith day of June fina! settlement i..:.1 ..Wl.arpe' from nd'minttrMi tin
entitled to, or interested in, the equity of redemption .' :rantFlx- ) of the 19r.* To tae at roideoce, wi.l lie .
: my I 1167, when there pn> ratA pavrnetit i .n on the Estate of M. C. Crown, late ".f. .
resides beyond the limits of the jurisdiction ten milrs south of Urouksville, nr and' ioor- iLv erveralerediturs of said luaultentEstate. ) raid i dcc'd.
t of the Court ia which Quit may ber er.paced.: &now' fully in lhe'praelict! 'tiiatiju iurrgurd to him to that 1 can get Liin.I among. CouLty B. TODD..1m'r.

brought, shall be published in any newspaper of Law. 1 wnTatieadto any buMiire* .i.tru- will 'pav 1 hundred JI\lIall&! (urnov infer'iuaton Al it i$ ordered that Adminirtratrix ; l.'e bocisnvn.. '
in the 4i6trict.Wher the 'mort tedtomycarein.ihe ; ulhern.Ju.dic al Cir "
published lQ week cUlL -''' ., tfjatrili vctivict the thief. oo file_l>ef"i' taid>layj: in this Court a true Tampa. S"''p. 2t. '0-V 6 m.
lie two .
gaged premises one everey
APALISDWHITFIELI*. and perfect Itlvmtor'y of all the effects belong. -
aL least four months before the first day of Office : In the X E. Room in rear of the'Tampa .
:I BrooksviUeAl i! Utb 15o7.; 52O ing to .".J Estate. Kotice.f
the term of the Court.Admini.treiorrEaston'. B'}ok aud.Druir t-lore." ---. -.-. --........- : Guen under my hand and seal .
or Guardian' Tampa F by 23rd"ll't.. tf. ... of the Probate Court nt BrookK.M. *- hereby ctven to ell! throe indebted to the .
-All vales of land by Elector: *, Adraini$tra --- .. r --- .- Sailt Works! ) Till, this W.h day day. of Jan. ,' I Estate ,rfV.. J. Sj>enoer. d'o..eiL that unless <

ton or Guardians are required by law to be < r :iIEDIC.tL'oTlc&: .. :. -A..1>.. 1s67.- they tome, forward at onee and settle up their- J .
advertised in some newspaper nearest to the r 0' : accounts rtmll bt pln ifl in the hands of th
., r r place where the real estate it situated. Notice 0 .iL1'OFsC1'EIIORQAT.ITV, will 'W) 3[. OAURISON. r proper ofScer* tor cuHreti-t! /

vf these sale must be gnenia a public gazette, DR. JOHN P. CRICHTON. O be'fuini. icJ.: in any quantifies required Judge o{ Piobate I I"m.i.S.. Sl'EXCER::; : A-m'r.! 4O.'t.

,, thirty day. previoy to t be day of rale.Etat I HIS I-nOFESSlONAL SEHMCES: I at the -Iloiky Point Salt r'rh." .n OI.l Brook jville Feb., Otli. t>ta I G. 25tf.

-Debtor and cfdiio-Xoti<( to OFFERS eitirenauf Tatnpiui ]Jh 'dthvcieJ; iu tins: ,
Tampa ) or City at
.deb torsmid creditors of au estate, itntot beA t Office at bin rosUeucf. I Bill for Divorce.In .
reasonable rata: _.
published eight.w&tka. & i april3'rtti.ISt,?. 5:-lm.j I ,. Notice
Circuit FJ
the Southern Judirinl of "r-
Grttrt Ordinary, Lette to Sell.-Notice : .. Apply} lo ,
will be made the Court of ija in and JlilltLorouyft Cwitty.
s : that application to -- : ALDUIIY, A.'lOIl. jar
:Ordinary for leave to sell lands, must be pablubed :Z1 U5iTZt55 QeaUi.1YM Tamps, March :3J i; 1857. 4Sf. Joseph Harris 1 Oix month ofl't date the undersigned AdO -
weekly, for thirty day VI. V In Chancery. minii-trators of the Estate of J%eph W.Brown. {
*' Admiiitriort aW Qiturdiant.-Application --- J.-onorallarti". JA .le"t'"I'.J. xvill! present their fiaol a<.-

for"Better of AfinutiMration most b* l.ul,- ; IEE APTIIO'KP.LOGAT1XG --Notiee' BILL having been filed in office in I connts and vouchers to the Jti.l::e of I'n>l>Bt" .
.liihed sit weeks ; for dismission from A Juuus-: ami my it of IIilUl.oroiiii! Co,,:!t r, Florida, and ask toIle
1\ entitled beiin
the abuse I
'trationweekly for six ..months.fJirfrtonj : cause ; .3i:<.i.tiled) : a. tu\.lt .I.lIui.lr"tfll' according -
AGENTOF "|\ Tr. P. ('-. eouardy: having purchased the wade to uppearby affidavit that the defendant : to law '*" .

f .- lil.' More: and t tot-L of goods fvrnierlv. own"?-d r,siles beyond the limits ot the ..UI hero Jn r. r.t\%CIi.1V .

: amt occupied by Mr. Vigil, request his friends I dicial Circuit, t..wiL-in the Mote of Marv 1IultiN; 'J'ma'.
at and ftcqu"infani.-e.o pile him a call he I. laud. It. i..l/HII.v ordered that! tho Defendant e. y
as .
,, mr<<>> m &Jfm & m 9i dcu.ur January l tb.1SIH. S8: 6ra.SIX .
thinks they can r'uJ as good bar ainA amonc Jo appear arid plead Answer 01 : .
STATE OF FLORIDA'. his ; the said bill on or before the
t ..Tamla. Fla. well selected agid general usortiuf of to Complainant's '
f" Good ocean be found elsewhere in the city.Give .- first monday in September next or the same Notice
(ol)-
-0NOW bin a call one and alL will \be taken as confessed TVort.M that publication .

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT..Governor i ill the chance for all.Whif Black, male April 27. 1667 1-tf. of this under be made in tome newsspvper -
.. ... _._ iu tuU Circuit fur three MOXTOS AFTER
--y ---- published consecutive THE DATE IIERE-
Walkr ---- -
Hon. P. S. ;
;
: female, 'tq. :tire HOMlis_:: Sin the ;
Liect. Gor.-\y. \\'. J. Kelly ; Public Domain.- month x I .shall II Amiuitratrix. on the Ertate-<< .
_, fiec'ty.of State-B. F. Allen ; + :-'Notice. .J. J.G1VEN, CUrk. of E. J. Hart, .I t'II.c'1. present my acoonnts- ,
Comptroller-John Beard ; :. :, < "For UpelR.m rich enough A. A. Allen. Comrt'li::o'&L and] vucehers to the Jud...'ot'rotate. or Hills
To give us all a farm!t" ISth. If(17. 4 ::rtl. boroilifb far
atlnai settlement and
+ TrH.u '-JC. IL Austin!; / May. \, Cou'iity. ask.
I General-John Galbraith ; lisa, Private Lands Surveyed and Ccrrrct In n-ldition to lh* reward of *Sixt orTmit '.\ to be >eharee; I fru+u the further>lruiui tr-.
A Attorney the (; fur the ,-f Jordan .. .
orernor ll'rrehell.i"11 In
; Chancery Lion of the sail .t"t. .
i Register of Public Larids-Hugh A. Corley ness Guarautrrd !
.Speaker lloune of Ktp.-J. J. Williams; Green: (freodman.) ilr. K. R lt'&8Ioco''iH: In the Circuit Court, Southern JaJiclaCircuit MAIGARiT1.tfT, Admrx.Tampa ,
July th. 1867. ll.-6m. piveThrc hundred aid tiftf Ibn oue bale) o Fta. .
l' Oct. ftth, 66. 21-Cm.!
.. Florida in and J/, .
o -- Cotton, to b" dtliyrrcd on Moxuiubcr next (if fur na -- -- .----
jnl1a.u.IIE1'.ITI .L'nOD. if.'r aid Green is in custody. tee Cmna h,. i

C. lr. izPont-CliiefJuetkce ; \Tl. II. II1"RltlSON.1B r rf '/inipft, April;tl,, 1SC7. Join .\ Williams, 1 Notice.SIX

.A; E. Maxwell, \ .. \1&. y Hill for Divorce .
.. )I. Baler f Ae oriateJuetices -ADmINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
.J : t'j MartKiYilHam.. ) month! from date, I will present my ac-
f( 111ol.th date Wwill!
a u atr present my a the Ju.I
I to :a of f'r "
I J. BILL.n.tv1NGIIEENPILEinmJ' office ..
\ counts and touchers! lhelloinirable'1'roba \
.' sot"rnLax JIMCUL CIKU.1T. f bate of llernando'uunty, for n final settlefmeat
-: *" Court in and for Hillrborou r.Fiorina 1in the\liove t'nlill..1 l cause, and it' J..inl j' _
n'I'I cf the r
Jndee-James GettU. ., trade to ati.hnit.that the dcfendnnt tale vf Aaron :Mnilh: )late oe
by
; for an annual settlement: the Ln- ei.| pVir. t :
enid 'unnh'
):'olacitor-H.1: Mitchell, f i tate of Thomas Mit- hell dreaa.ed. resides t\\'unl the limit of the J- juthrn decriiM' And at the snare tim
j
n>k to boh-Jhuri.red ;n>i:> further aJmiui.tr- .
-MW SJIOE'JIl I\En lndiriaCireni! toAvit in the Mntc .>f .ltal'>.iina: "
k Jt I t 11. L.. :.ul'II 1.:1.1..1111'r.. lion of mid Estate.i .
UILLcBOaul: fcli Of>l>l. May -Ith, 107. 2 Jill. It i is la'.I.; wnwe.l! that the lef.in.laut d.. .1'-|

Judpe! 11uNttr-lohnliarlin :. I .-- -. pear and j plead!, nvcwer or dviiiur ..the! comp'uina'it i I. CALVIN I SMITH.: ..t.lmr.3rookscflle .
> I. ITAViy'O ? hrriv.i wttlt-a Mk 'of' Ij.Hill\ .befme lie! first Mon-! ... .Jan.. :'Ih. 1 +t'<7._ >m.
? Clerk Circuit Court-J. J. (iiveus.'Mieriff last good ;; :: I : un i>r VJ. __
J.T. Leley.CoTooer IL l-ratlivr and all artirica n.Cl:' ar} for making I .i\tlmini ::-tratoh''olice. day, in ..lu ;u.t next\ortheaamrwillbetnken" :

'." -IL M. Keen. I fine touts ad hhue-. rcpe fully: inform. 'I r11IIII r.TY' n.\y after date. I .hill apply to \>i'coi ("."el. /'rvriithat. publication of this i N@ti e. :

:5-uruJ"or-W. C,. Brown ; the eitisti of Tampa anJ l'umun.JI11111': L the IN.n. I'rvbjte CouIt of llilh .oruiiitCounty 1'J"rloe made in rums IJe" p"r-r: puMiobed'
'-' try that he ii now prepared to fill nil orders in I in ttu'Mat.i.f: Florida: fur nn order in this Circuit t-nce a week fur tlire:\ .vu5ecutive -1 .
s -.; OOXVWIO5rE4. '' .!| his line with lI"'atrl" cheapuei nud Ji l'Atch. II to '.i J: th.E J "fS" --U.T.'SI.: I Kaijje: 17. S mouth* SIX MONTHS from thisd.Ue, I shall rre enL. .

.t.,. XV. B. Henderson I:. !IWtli.; J. I:. Robertson, l lSI i.; Shon, -Firot door \\e.*t..r f:J."bd.'i store. nn-1 E. elooeinc to the Tctate <>f Abijah' Tur II. R. McLF OD. Cl'kC't. Vt. I Garrin'ii accounts and of Pn.datr vo Jude
for :
'h. tf.'CUAS.G.ILASSEMi'. I .. .. )l HernandaCo.. ; ,
.- A Lively. ]i Tampa.Mar.ih 1G 1'-; man. J..c..l..iluah..1 n the we t sitl of the !)I.ht' Cuuuty for mina! !
I Manatee Kivt-r. in the MarMtt II L. :-.ttthe: 'l. Sol. for srttenrton the l.tareot I.I'-a:
> fSrat Coidj-1
e :
',:' .nI non or flit rucE, :J. I)>;itt. 1 County <5aforviaid Mn,,i1. rdee'.t, and ask to be ,li..ch"raa.1
> 'V trt
i '11 ZvIn >ns
!
; 1- ( to puv the .K-l't f sail l 1;:tats AprilxSf 6I. further
i ,' r,1arle.. i I I JOHN :. the a.1mini.trali..o of mi.l Esta'f.;
HAULING. \dui r. I.
:
I Miy :Sth. 1 <.11.. t C h an c cry. .ALLEN. iIL"M E5f: A]-.'a .
I.l : Frb.9th! lit.;7.A 4.ai.
: I
L IJ-11, Jr, Lawful Constable. Bo i 1-- --- -- -- Cirruit Court frmtltfu Circuit in and

t.. .. .oTArunsrtauc! J 3 I .
f Notice. fur ,3enroe.n. DjJe Lnaulier.AmeFe .
i t J.-A. Henderson. -.1ND- I Nce ,
t J..F. Uendor. ou., t ''awyer, } !
!from th"I'IIt.1it'l\t:<>D f f this I h' -f; Bill. fOr Divorce.
)[ THlliTYday: i, '!.1! apj'Iy to the Jinli--if 1'robateof I idwirJaa'J'er. ) LL PEUONS havi _. d-- a1'J. apiinti'. the 'f'

.JJnSint53 QrDS.t SIIOE AKERt' ll..n..tinin t'..'ratty fur IIn ,r'ler to fell \nT.ACl"NG BY THC RfTt.POF! ,! .i L-tate vf JiOit. i'...", .a ? ot' Han.tte ..

II ._!, the N 1 of I ho N.V J :and the S. \\" 1 ft theN II i. the Hiriif <>n the 5uI"av.a i..neil in thi : *county, ,I.v fi-: ...!. will pr. l-'t 'hen .. r=-- ';.--1rr4 j wring removed fror.i Mr. .Uarri-on'. ctab WI .>f Section 'JJ in Township! :I I. I: l'.. can'e. n'I.II.nr.i.l l larit thut the Prfen.lsnt re- ; ,:\tel wiih..ut r. wIT'nt. u i,1L I in )rbtd .
t'I to his old *t id at.: the MJCru* :-.\; E: belonfir-tf tj tin. c>tat- ot.Jel'ua :atf.Ndj I >il-9 .'iit on 114'jl>ri*.1iuion of this C<.urtaru! < to. -al .fd to wake
j (I H"," otfer* 1morilc..-* to"* the public.V .- i Dcc'd and -.,' I for a J.\'i,iou uuonglh: llcir, out <.f the Slate of Florid, mid in the Utij I imia-dint pnrrnent to tit-- n'..:--..:/t;p 1. .*.:i I
P. P. MITCIIEL&CO.I \ "rk will be exerted with Ii ttucb reatnr... tLiii;', J.:.Ie ls:,-7.JOalll'A. fted j I Mate : s creditorand per.-on' er,tits. to i.'sJn'" ntioa ,

cheapness and despatch a* it caIf done d!se- .STAFFORD A-lm'r j! J! i* tftfrfxrt erJenJ. 01 motion of WalterC. ,i are hereby n..titi..1. 'i.t'hur eI\-D5: wilt:! bn

.t COTTON FACTORS "where. Attention C1"11; to repairing.Tanpa bv a. MAYO ae L Maloiiev+ r. K:*<]r.. Solicitor for r.mp.ju- barrel av M It. expiration; r.i ta .Tears frooi

:, April :ilh. te7: ;. Hf' June 23th 1867. Io4vJ silt J hat the said Defendant: Awn Sawyer this date uiile *\hil-ite.l' within that LL'* .
-AxD--
_. .. do appear cud answer the couiplainait's\ I ill \lr.\. TJI\ mU.JI'dm. x
--
--
-
------ -
: : (( nglUllX'gIS: \\ )Bit9il : 1.If'I: \U \\0 "'lint"llt.. on nr.U'K-re the first Monday in October I'II.\t. Manatr'1a t ".',1'','. JSC7.: Sw
: mm15iatt JHrrfiiinb, I .)1) eVerj'whcre to sell our Improved nth.-rwie taul bill will W tukcn niet riff il.l '

iij ewinir! Maohinc Three new lii".tlll'l It 14fulth.-ror.l..re.l. that.acops' of this! tf.dtr .
,. 1J Poydra* St.. !V e\v Orleans. : Notice.
SAIDLER) der and upper I...-d. :Set on trial :.The onlyiiiacliiii b* l.u.1i"I..1' uice a week 'far the trace

> i1 <-. *<>l M in (lit 1..uit..lSUt.* forlf... thin of three month in' some n'!\TsI'j ..per printed 4

... "jri Ha rnearWaker. Up h 'I lrterdc. : 4u i a huh are t !lIi '
i l.t WHuon! ( T'LTCi: CRUSOE, Clerk. -1 B. !. of'
('I trurtfiJ taker, Ifiiigrr J t Cu. lUilj. :0: if on roe-
.cf Co.xnu\lru.s .; ,J Wi11..tt..n.1t" n' bu.ine<- ;'n tl;:-tine with cud L'utl,!dcr. A true Copy : county, dw-eHMd, will .
AH I'Mi.ir: them
I M-hine
f ct.QMt'.l ; a &A CW'1J' \ "') I (deap[ n are pres.- duly .u .
... :.\ it..,tnes and di pntcb.: I am now anent tIH'I .
t j-re- Peter Ctuwe Clcik.! uLientc. aiti.ut
c. itifi iiyifmfit'i anJ thn 't-'i: ror user size liable es- all persons indebted :
j p"re-1) to fix Mat.i-e-s. a. vluup Sir eh*"p.rJ j eo; arrtttjtHtanJ ..I.ri'II1m"ltt..IJr..*, or Key, Vc.l, June .th, 1 t3j. :S-3ni to'tai.II.state: : arc retnrate.l" : tn mskt immediate s
'' Jleloellftltto J I than it eau: be. done el-ewhere; I can W,found j: fail UI'OUhaw .Clark, Bi.1.\er..d.\ Maine payment tr the attdetaiGne.L All ..
l
:j at ail lime III my 'h''p, <.n the oppoitife!.!<: ,.f,,t CtlcllI'; o, I a.I i creditors au'l: persons en tit!Jed lo ditnr>ni"n

the .fr"eU "oJUtth{ last of Mr. J. FcitisHIRCMAN.V I ---NoIlc-e: are hereby notified that their claims will be .
-- -
.UJr.FL. \. Sior. J
I barrilatthe
expiration\ two years from

attend promptly to all business 4'ft- -- -,. .- ._-:'. .-wr.s..mn. i F&ihe N otf Sec I I.L .rro" this date unlesexiiitr.1within! that time.
WILL ] to his care. S"1'" ; \ PERSONS hating demand: to- tke MARTHA M. DAILY Admx
:rContijcn1er.t4 resj'ectiully.oieite L.Anrtist .t.'J J!.: tv "; : ...:. 1t 1 I il IMate of FJr or Raw]*, late of Manatee Key West, Jnne 7th, 1"6'. 8.S\\.t

'G6. 18.tf., i.. II'I count, decvawd. '" ill present them duly authenticaud -
U. I -1.. I hereby} cantiou all from tw"5v!
.. persoti I
!\,, .' I ":1'1. I without .lelay. and all >nsindebted
: per-k
; 1. driving; buying ,.llinor.hippingL: .
fnUr Marbl. and liugh ir / ) to said estate are ofce.tt
nu o.Hou eP I cattle i i. the fullouirc mark and brand I : requited to make k
C attend all busiot-.n iu I : immediate pajnieiil to the uQJ..inf'J. J JI
to
} t .. All
G. Wl: DILL : l'pHrnn.l uud rbitin one "ar, ntid M lit in creditor and .
: per* >n> entitled to )i
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