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: August 31, 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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: t) TAMPA FLA. SATURDAY AUGUST 31.1867. VOL.. 2--NO.19.. s ;

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-fJIfi.FLORIDi.'PiSXiSSIHIliL l \ l The Drunknrd'M Daughter. to disgrace their:! father's came ; and of red ,soon recollected: ; and be was instant- How TO AVOID' A:; BAD UCSBABD.-1. .:I "

? .: ..'-- ..... ,. : -: o :- ibre daughter of exquisite beauty and surprised by the appearance of Albanac Never marry for wealth. A woman's lio. ,. r "! : ::1 "

1.- j 1.1.h41W CVERT >.ATVH AT BT ir.O. W.. BVKGAT.Oat : uncommon merit. b holding drawn sword in one hand, and consisteth not in the things she posseaseth. > :', :. 1'..

'; TK SPENCER. -:0-with Earl Albanac received Lis royal muter wi.Lhbe other leading in bit three daughters 2. Never marry a fop who struts about ..Pi ...
in the street naked *
e _' _- --_.--___ '_ 1 eu w the drunkard'* little feat daughter ; with every demonstration of joy. H.. ran who were' ia deep mourning, and io dandy like, in his gloves and'ruft1ea, with) a V V ':d

.4 ..4: .1\.rl: avF 'SUjJS(':IPTiONI ..: Her tattered: "b.wl..tLi.. id .mall ; to his consort and children, and hatlaned : an attitude. of'the most poignant grief. silver cane and rings on his fingers.. Beware '. ,; ,

...... ....t.' .". Itl . . .. .'. 00 the: litho &kuew, for no oue. taught her. to present them to his iovereign. Alfred What do t let t exclaimed the king: 'A .l ,There is a trap. *. f- .. 1. .

i i.\ I 1 . . .1.-0 lit akin ( her auburn hair him than 3. Never t '
., r was .it. was tanlly.amitteo with their charms, father whose booor dearer to marry a niggard, closefisted, ;L : %. 'j :
.. WM blown about her aching forehead ; eI.; motive sordid wretch who every V- k l
replied the My for mean, saves '
life itself pen- ii
I) J .' I.'r XVLI.IF4\Q.. llernd ahite'face wore aorruw.traca, but it'wa to Ethelwitha. that be lurrvc.i .t

t, :ga *>;!:...K -,Ira: bje' r .nes} 'OF hew for And want acid... woe, that were. not borrowed. dvred- hit heart. Beautiful at they were, the intrusion, I caD soon explain. You ney, of spends it grudgingly. Take care, '.... > *. ,.. '. '.
.. W'Sf i"ifui: |'..tff.U..,r.. (riiitlfcb' -, inr.rUub: i. ,- ff JO 76 lleart-brolen a child she seldom smiled ; she eclipsed her sister, ah. the radiant ruler are-king, and I am your subject, but cot !lest be stint you J.o death. \ 'J ...

t'blaf...! :: \VJetie .'''', wtil' be charge'> it Hope protuurd her,no' brighter morrow of the day eclipse every other star.- your alave. You mutt be, sensible from ,4. Never marry a stranger, whose cfcar- .. '\, *.*, 4 + 4i!1 '' "-1.

.i.fiUGwl re.. I I':'rr j. ; Or ii i its liuht. flashed on her eight, > how illustriousahouie lam descended; and actor it not known or- tested' Some fe- '" V*, ?.. :.T, "
like the flower that ,:
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fP'l!eat 1(yp '" 6f 4"n.il'litr- i \lV'CuDlarkcroioud.ohgrr, appeared young i '.*
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t ,- male. jump, right into the fire with their :
1 ray H.10a I ; it cow becomes me to speuk my sentiments .
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blow in earliest of the morning .. .
S 4ei ."+:"' .!.,.:h bJ t'rwtWU;; '. "ti..o 8h+ softly mld: "We have no bread ray be wide upon.. Ww-. Jtt.. 1-."( .
frt,ly to you, I may possibly eyes : :
,. '. : and her cheek .'
.A.i1 t! \ ; t :, ,- 120W :i"u \HUtli keep the fire burning, suu ; modesty patLtod '
tq- a heightened
''i ,.Vgr.t14' '1 KitiiH- > .dforlul.hre'iouuut Her thin cold blood to ie.wu. turnipg- rosy I: who drawls and draggles through life,ono '!' ;'J '
'*. notice I[ saw, on your grace's part a particular \-a,, :
4- iji.iix.Tui\ ir.teitioM: ,, toJbe proportion as the king teemed to : -< '
.., ..,C.4.u.iauahJrb.rtt *t\'Jiug But men well fed and warmly clad ber. attention to my daughters.. If you, Lave foot after another, and lets things take' '. A't., "'- .. +:. .kli .

,.;; And ladies robed in richwt, fashion, their ', "I : .
fam own
conceived tbe idea of course. /. "tf
i\f31'\I'En. LAS'S.1o'nafersarer The and Albanao my. I I 10'
Pa ed on the aiiie where tio one cried upper was prepared, : '
.. : urea to give'a!vice; by To them for pity or eowpasaion. was desirous thy the three enchantresses ily, this sword shall instantly prevent my C. Never marry man who treats his' M.::, t,: :.J.' ;. '

l. r#r'shoo a\uMy nwr due. uotdake lea pa- shame I will U into the ,bosomsof mother or sister unkindly or: indifferently.t; .
plnnge "
..*per from he office ; and give the reason for its That ong night fled, and then, the light. should participate in tbe honor of waiting : .i
.'4 f not Ixi'ig tukeo. Neglecting to do to makes Of rosy dat, in beauty shining upon Alfred, who never ceased contemplating these unfortunate, but. willing victims. Such treatment is .a sore indication of a .. '' r :v ., ,Ji:)

*the I' .tniu tcSj refiotiibU to the,nnbliftherft ,Set dome andepire und roof on tire But if a and honorable flame be kin meat and wicked man. *. "i
pure .
w charms' still flattered J#
the jiaytueut And shone on one beyond repining their Albanac,
died in breast if alliance with '. Nevevbn any account marry a gam- f.
Airy penoo who takes a pspef: regularly with his military exploits, was impatientto your ; my .
from the lost! office whether Jie has tubscribed -' Asleep-alone-as'eold' M stone, house tw not deemed unworthy of royalty, bier, a profane person, one who in the least '. } -i .
or riot. gaffed omtible fur the pal ment ofthe Where no dear parent ever Bought her ; remind his sovereign: of the glorious s .
uW-rfptioot. "%"j In"wiudiug sheet of anow and sleet.iU .' victories which the Danes driven choose, came her whom you with to bon speaks lightly of God or religion. Such a' t. ..., .. : 1
AllCuu&:! ordering U paperrdiMoptinuedrnu b W found!. the drunkard's lifeless. daughter. by man can never make a good husband. J; \ ;;.:' .
"pay all arrearage'Jor the l'ULli.ht'l""Y .. ,. .. out of England ; but the King' attentionwas or. '
8. Never a sloven a man who is .,*. inegligent 1: -
cuutiuue to tend it Until j-ajoient Ii[ wad lid Alfred theKlnr: returned Ethelwilha.He Alfred was foes moment thunderstruck, many e. ; : ..
cotleettLe'vtuleamount'w'hat1eritia: ta'eo incessantly to and silent but recovering himself of'bia person or his dress, and is ."" *" -I* <" -' h|11: ,
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k ..ffic orLoL her delicate ,
e from the t was continually extolling **rd
1 t The courts have resided: ; tbat refusing to The character, of tie great and favorite and her mouth her fair addressed Albania wi'h a magnanimity filthy in his habits. The external appear. "v' ;, '

.take .urws'.lt'tI tnJ perlodicil frowi U voffice Alfred M Artlaud.l.he. Richardsonof easy shape, rosy that his exalted soul. Noble ance is an index. to the be rt. .,-' ; .
king .1j displayed *
lpest. or retno"in'a'hi leafing theta un.i tresses, flowing gracefully down her shouldei a"'" :.
e catlyd:fur. prim fucw viJeuc;" intentioa-* France, contemplate with a degree of her alabaster forehead, and the tie. AJbanac, said be, you recall Alfred to him. Q.c Shun .thte rake as a snake, a viper, *- :" ;.N.";! .- ..

.a1 fraud.- entbu.iasra, which bespeaks the goodnessof self. My choice is fixed. Beautiful Ethel. very demon. .,; ..
.. ',' LEGAL ,ADVERTISEt1ESTaj gent roundness of her swan like ne :.- .
Ir 't his : The aujcdote witba here is hand. Can 10. Finally never marry a man who is .
Iri.tiJlltcm of Suit by ..jttqu.-t.-Sotice own heart. following Albanao spoke with kindling ardor oi my you'accept '$ "
\ of the instiiutiof of suit by'attachment, ui addicted to the use of ardent spirits. De.. v -
s which is ml'ntiotlHl.by some of the more is i I With pleasure I place my crown upon
and Lef famous
two Danish l *
*, case ufnin).residents, shall be .published forthree Hastings 't "* "*
iiow/i of the ancient be has in head. I seek virtue and beauty pend upon it, you are better off alone, i I
mouths in some public: >aper historians given a manner chiefs whom they bad often defeated in your .
district -s than you would be lied to a man whose -/';
T jHttittitio jf Suitto Fttreloftof ..ilorf9aJot1utiee z peculiar to himself ; but which, while battle ; but the monarch found no pleas upon my throne.Eihelwitha .. rs

the iJ.tit t iQn of'tuil' at cotnuioa" it diffuses a sweeter charm over'the whole ure in any subject in which the name of threw herself at the kings breath* is polluted, and whose vitals are be- 4' *
law to foreclose mortgage: where person are feet he raised her and embraced her with tog gnawed out by alcohol.
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t < |; rrsi.k" Ixr)'ouu the limit ofthe jarixliutloo'af : On rising from the table Eihelwitha transport lIe then embraced'2lbanac..- ,, or TDK 1t&YOLtt1oCoL ,

w tx uglif, wan the w Court puUi.Leda'any in which; suit new may. "nperj Ixrl In Alfred, the mot renowned of Saxon was charged to conduct the king to his "Your virtuous courage" said be, "wel William Williams, a delegate in Congress*, v f 3 .

> '.i.lied in the diU4ict wherein the tDort \- dynasty in England, wkh what delight do apartment ; and from her charming band deserve recompense. I glory in having from Concecticut, after having signed the -' <. .
!axed pr.miaas tie, once-ererey two- veelc '
{.at J.t (IIFr* UMHiUit" Lefore' the tint day ofI we contemplate the! benevolent and equitable he received. the cup of repose. When the noblest man in my dominion for my declaration of Independence, said to one *"' "' .. '" :\ .

the* term of the Court.J.iinltn".c-r Ceordiar..ti ,nun lie was tbe worthiest monarch Albanac, however, retired to his consort' father-in-law. of his companions: -, l'
-fJ"itt'Jlo, ,
!!. i" Elbelwithn after "* f *
; IV *ale c-f land \>y K,rotors, Ad.-niniMra i that ever swayed n sceptre, nod nothing apartment, she could not refrain from observing was soon publicly pro. "If we are defeated in our efforts for independence "' }t.'
4$ op; or GUto'.1.11': ,-are require by law .to the i claimed ; nor did she wait until thenuptial .
was wanting to his glory but to I be i hid pensive and gloomy air. What queen this day'1'ork will make bad '
+ Jrerticd in ,eTue IU'hp'loc.-r| nearest to,'the .
4 r place where the real estate it Itgaied, Notice born in a more enlightened age, and to distresses you, my dear lord said she.- I ceremony to confess to the enraptured work'for me. 1 have held a commission !"

a 1\\ 4(thrM, nle tnflst bi neDinapublicgatette! ; I tJ1UI. liet1S Your face I monarch, that she bad given her *
a a, thin dIlY".J'r..noul to the dry of *.)*. have a historian of g at l is overspread with mtlancboly in tbe rebel army, I bare written for a rebel '

Eaters Jftltofi "auj Lre& *;,.-N(otwe 'to once the conquerer, the legislator, nod' thgrt..at while wo are enjoying an hour we ought heart to him the very moment he had entered newspaper, I am the son-in-law of a rebel \ i:
4"l'M' and crrdlton of tuust be* ber father's rastle. <
a pubti.r.I eight..'ef'h.; an wrote man lie scattered in England the to be proud) oft I The king is dear to UI Governor and now I-affix mv- name to'i:e. ,

e 4 Lear to S'H.-Notice* first kedo of'Intent, virtue, love 'of order, on many accounts I IAlbauHo I INFLUENCE OF r: &uaLz SOCIETY.-Itisi this rebel declaration. My sins are too :
that opptlratipu ullj L$ made W the Court ofj : ,'i': "
.Adv.arl (orurarekosselllsdimust l bi IuL- and pat not ism. continued silent. better for you to pass an evening now and ; great to be pardoned by our royal muster, .
b.hrJa \ror'thrt\: Ja\V. The prince fco effectually{} established the You do not peak my lord, continuedthe then in u ladies drawing room, even though I must then be banged."
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.latn'.H.1tratorttiiHd 4ft.I'rliCA' "
'a t+".rtf" \.4j5ofAwmiuibtratevumuatb4! purr g v rnmln\.by justice and salutary law, countess.. And will 'you refuse to open the conversation be slow, and you know The other gent! map answered aa follows :

'... i p.11',1..it: u :.V>: dUmiMtuu from \-1aun" that if, in the night time a vessel of gold! i your heart to meI! You seem greatly aghaled. the girls song by heart, than in a cub) tavern : "
u.ti". wr L1f fur six DiOUlb
: ,. -'" ""' had been,Jefi in the highway, the proprietor or pit of a theatre. All amusements "I believe my case is.cot desperate for 1 1r 'J'.
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::1 .pirtCOr9' I would have found, it again the next .I have reason.. to be so, replied the earl. 1 I of youth to 'hicb't'irluous woman are'I' I bare no"connection with the army, nor .

.. --_ ..-- .4--_- ,_. -_ r day. Hum', in a few words, gives this Did you not observe that the king fixed nut Admitted" rely I on it,are deleterious I in I can it be proved tbat heretofore! I bare ;:

*. STATEOF FLORIDA. tare panegyric'of him, that **l-e henna! iudrt hit IS\e' continually upon our daughters II I their nature. All men who avoid female I written or done anytlijng obnoxious the "

ffr ::.. IVE(- .) J to be the model of. that perfect char 1 1 may err in my apprehensions, if I I society, have dull perceptions and are stupid mother couutry." l : .t.! a

'- .. r. : '"UT- mrA.TMEXT.-: ucter, which, under the domination of a I Alfred bas conceived a design to bring !I!I; or Line gross tastes and revolt at whatis The immediate and prompt reply wn f : ,
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.." vit:! +- .','\ -V'vJ- Ke1i'! :; .. begs: or wife man: philosophers have teen dishonor upon us Should be come hitherto ,.urt'. Your club frwuggerers, who are Tben, air you ought to be banged. .

rjt1 -.:-!.... '; H.e :-V, AIU: ; of so f.)nd lelcieating, rather as a 6ctiou bring dUhonor upon us Should! he bucking the butts of billiard cues.all night, .. .-. e. { ,
; i-V-l.i: l> .rtT DRY GOODS UARKET or NEW YORK. i
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.).... _a' .. t'n ,.IJ : : .of their* niMgination; than .in the- hopo of come hither to seek amusement in our infamy cell female society insipid. Poetry is insipid The Independent baa the t. :
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.'n ......6; ., .iii ..;,.unstaLnitl.of ; !. : ever: wring i U really!! cxUiing.' My honor t am distracted, at I to a yokel ; beauty has no charm for the following remark ;.
.... l' .\...dttlucb A: Corley l upon condition of the dry goods market -. l
... ..,(fl .' .... 01. u,. .-:- .. .i.tt',laura; A singles' act (justice, which we now the idea-I could: rather suffer an hundred I a ,blind man ;. music does not please a poor I in New York : ,
.<<' ..*. (: I proccd to icl .te. has tecurt-d him immure deaths-my whole family shoiild perish beast who do .* not know one tune from I ;
trade '
t dry goods must be
... 1'-ik. j.tupWln. .:.::,n. (JI' t,1 l (..iuf ; heart f4rtbnn.. nil ibo. feats of? with me another ; and as a poor.epieura is hardly again reported ( .
.. ._. flat. Jobbers
: aa
;tt tr.it'ru' iidfJtide! ; importers, and
-- "' J\ .. ., uinls, which; Ages'go,,J.a'- been forgotT The "yeaof n vigilantfather were not ever tired of water sanchy and brown I commission bouses alike Such'- _'
-'oh' :' .." er. retateJusticese ." '..n. dt-ceivrd-Alfred indeed loved-most pasMonatrly bread and butter, i protest t'iat I can sitj.I -
dullness in the middle
| of bas
May not been
.. .. # ..l t :.-; t.',:;:' i :' \Wn! 1 I vas io- that pericxj loved 'one of his daughters.E .- I up foi a whole night talking to well regu-j 1!I
: C.6Cta.a known in
a r4Ki
i0ira I. I many years. Merchant from j
._.. : !'"';t 'Jit1f.J' .: a I (ibt- uit.au> ut% ) \fLen' thf Vovtrcigrfiwrr ,>lwiba was the enchanting object hated and kindly ,,"bman,'"bout her girl's i!f the interior will cot ,,' ;

'\ .;. e !.. "Jk; lJ. I 18....- t IM' I r.t iji"U in* their ,'OUrlll.1 .- that hud inspired the princf with the most coming out, her boy at college, and like '\ boy goods under exist.
:. .""'-J.. '..:t' y''" -..-.. 1,"1T. .'... gi It'.t !onU -t that itrioutd>d I ibem violent pauion.Eiheli.l! I the evenings eDterl"i mtnt. I'I ing lots circumstances, except ic very small < =i
to supply absolute
a ... : which' d. ri. my .friend aid be to bas com One of tbe wants. No amount
*ic;t-M' -Jolll' Iratlt::; -iij'' 'yi tli'jsH i'ihi-jj-s acre: : great benefits a man: derives. ... 1-
1.! ,ueC..HrA: .Ul'l--J. J.Oivrus.i t panion; it is not a mortal-it is an angelof from woman's is of urging avails, and cheap good are notemptation :!
4 .. ......... fed fiom the fttidnl #} &\ tn. A priatf society tbat ho is bound [l .
t: ::4t t. y whatever. I
r.).". ,IV )l. Ke..n. e n./LI,tl'lall a' fdmiitrd ioto the companyof beauty, innocence! and modesty, thatwe I to be respectful to them. The habit is' oft! is lower, ;

i'" 'H"7' \\'. ('. n-D. Im inkier: and l lived with him 'in the have seen Did you not observe her'' great, good to the moral man depend upi i: gold is falling. Manufacturers are slopping *. i .

.. ..... roa...tonu'. : "# ino,t intimate f.v.niliarity. .lie would invite What joy-what intoxicating transports j!too it. Our education makes most of us:1 their mills ; money in the country is scarce"breadstufls ; .

a M ','.'' D.llsuilcr It. I)...,:!.. J. B. 1ubrttson: .Ir'ni to l.;a country retreat. which be 'must be his who can obtain the fiicl. nigh j f selfish men of tho world. We fight for are dear ; rents and other expens'M = .I; .

j,. XV. A Lively, from thi and bel\rt-! } I enormous ; tues are bi., and .
called\ : a castle and entert infd him with young ingenious ourselves, push h ourselvesyawu! tor our- r
,'C JuttCffH 1'8& run:; 2J. Dist things look .
I blue.
a generally These !
R A. Clarke, H n!! the hospitality' of the. times. Speak my dear -Ethelbert, peak( ; I am i selves, we light our pipes and say we ,,'on't'I .are aim. ;e 4 r
consumed) ly the flames of love wbat. I plo, stubborn facts, and will have thfiir le- r
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.jo. Alfred: WH making: ,a tout through his I go out ; we prefer ourselves and our ease ; gitimate influence. 4 i
', L. Kell, 3T, Lawfol' Constable it cost I I will be To ignore flRn is <
... dominion EibelbeM ever me, roust, happy.-
? accompanied by" + one. and the greatest good that comes to man <
'a <>Tu.u.sl'l'It1e.; foolish. To
.; w J. A. '}{,InJ..NOU. unit grteral l ,b.?n the day de- I Could the but lovo me. from woman's society is, that he hat somebody accept them as providential ... :'
dispensations! ii I
r "- .' > J. F. 1lende.rnn. I dining, be determined, io take up his at.ods Can yon doubt, my lord, replied! Ethel to think for himself, somebody to''' wisdom. To whine or go I

.; ----.--- I bert whether she will meet tenderS whom he is bound to bo : long faced U unchrittiin. The heavy ,
yiuys' arb5 fur the night a; the castle of_ a nobleman, your constantly atten- I

.. ;. named Albanac ; onu ot those incorruptible nous I King, as well as lover, a hero rise' and respectful.-Thaclcery. ( spring payments! are neatly over with the .' '1.

IOST, men, wLo can preserve their integrity in crowned with laurels, of aa age formed to ., 'What are you d g.there Jane !I' 'Why j!I! jobber and interior retailers, and the trade* rat j ..

... the midst'of all the seductions! of opulence inspire a-mutual ardor ; in a tbousandre'pecu pa, I am trying to dye doll' dress red.-!i generally' 'will now give universal 1 attention )i

fi7\u ,oaulsr anuti. ;as., }' 'da" a.nd "grandeur. He Lad followed ,Alfred you may be certain of.u C4.'I.'F..arlv \'But what have you got to dye it with' !'_ to the reduction of stock. \ .
.' ;1::'" .- in ,"Ber." "Who on earth told you that beer
ia numberltvs' battles- and had retired, tbe morning Ii servant attended The weigblogs
-nt. : would dye it.red !t. "Why ma said it was way they in Kansas {ia '.
Jlel-ch covered with wounds and with glory, iato at the king' apartment, and requested to beer made your nose look -so red, and I u follow. : They first tie the bolt to one t i

r' the bosom of a family that adored him.' know whether he could be seen. I' thought--"- Jjere Susan take this end ,of a rail balance' the rail on the fence # .,
attend promptlv to all buiinest fn This family was composed of a wife, who Who would enter at this hour t answered child.1 with rook tied\0 the other end, and tht* = ._ ..

.trusted to hu care. was.never mentioned but as an example the monarch, with some peevUhnet I To remove- -slain.. .from... the guess bow mach the rock weigh T. 1'
,ent respectfully rolieital ,1pc character- "
/ : Consipnr nat G, :'M. 18.tt. of virtues of two anus, who promised: Duel I I, my lord, exclaimed! a roice which Al- get rich. When a lady' neck not a neck ..
:. ,, I .: When i it is a little bear (bare). .
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TUG FLORID PEHiLiR.TAMPA.'FLA aFe Api whom notoriously object when they have al.' r
; : : A Glimpse at the Progress of the glittering
W. cite to. oar readers, the following and dangers of the late war. Whilst wt 19tb most attained. this object of their IOSall Mf' t I. .
i .f *,. .. t.er Uoeiy' and impreaive warning i from the have that noticed with disapprobation and ,\death come to sever the threadf !.Yuaric

of Out noble and chivalrous son .of I I reproof, the conduct and course of a certain' Are we progressing The very fact the ill ?pent: existence, without permit! .. \
.. pen that we have this q'u"*ion to'ft.!'k, shows tin; them u enjoy the wealth .for the!: ac-. -d
.- the Admiral to all who class of individuals we cannot forbear
Semrnei, ,
f';" t' .. Joutb, that we have an interest to satisfy, an interest bifhtbe} have given every

.-#r."ff;., 4.' l...- reconstruction under the late acts contrasting therewith' the course and con that every utilized hum IB being h our .f, thfcir life, a!.dshail! r'estf in man t e

1 ,.;,. '. o ;rea. duct'of that other class, who are now must be anxious to T .nf>.' M.inj:, ; affirtu Duuces! lift shation" of' thstrrnulai ,3I.uwer .

T. We frequently have the suggestion ; holding office, among the disfranchised, the existence of }progre**.-: atteotl.ersinv I r' Cown tenant, lb; :io*r rigi\n! t ,

the aMerlion ; as we hat of the .>ut.'s'.n aftviJjt t the *: ct: davs of :
nettrapprovtd u> ) .fi
"Let oa not be hasty in this matter, let us and who must, certainly! as a consequence .l .i
of the doctrine of PjiriuiuiMii, we ure social onlcr, we percalt I Mo::trr looll.cg/ -
\e SATUBDAY.Auarst.. 31st 16T. : give it the go lye; let al stave it off, as go out of office so soon u the State is re- therefore in favor of the forWer arum Iwing 1 gild.ng tnysteri. ..:y iq ilf rta,',ru.' ,...' # ". ,,

.... .. ExpuJrAToar.-Since the article headed long aa possible, we cannot be worsted, constructed and jet are i in favor of its But are we progrp: sicg in the ngt direction of the nlg'i! :, ibr'rapprhr4tDr' : 'c r'Iu'bl j:, ivt,. .. :;..'

1J a military government is better than Radical reconstruction. Here is displayed a patriotism I This question doultlevt' \ it ou j ibeirtl+,asst'atrtiike11, !' | evrs nJIIIII nt.- \- :
: 'r "Ari-T STATED," which! wu hastily penned j .bn I luiid*' sta-n.Vi i 1I'.J.1'. ....L ,.......
Civil government,1st. as wait and see that will long be remembered, and of a most serious and enigmatic nature, it glands ; ,. ,. '
.. has been set our attenton has been 'b lood they th: ch,'lirrn "f' !"mt: 101! ..
up if some torn in the wheel of f fortune will should their disabilities ever be removed, I looms up before us as a gigantic pyrRmicl.and l. amt .. e
v tt. .
attracted to the 9th'sectionof the late .act forces inquiring mind to sin, ready at"sup tituo lw a -inox r. r
not vs right aide "' ic. Now u firmly believe will be after every pause ... '
bring up, we they soon of their Mlow >- itA rid
of Coogiesa, which we must confess. if and reflect. Speaking of the new discoveries trruaP: (1.
It f .'f'" will tbeM are not ideas, muoh leas. arguments. our re-' dmiuioD into the Union, and one of science of the improvements in idol of their life cumin.img! ui 'tor l.+'\b"tr "
doubtless be .
-: rigtdly.coEitrued' They 'are but the vapid, dreamy fancies of f of these and on* of those should ever C9mein .arts and mechanics, of the enfranchisement cupidity, whom!" yellow glitter burt._ ,
1IJ e it will tend to'alter, .materially, oar views i ntoxicates them' Farts uu, if. it- ; '
t ambition least and elevation of mankind here the .
disappointed hope and ; at contact for office before the people, w ; pro w ,
I upon tome of the positions therein assum. egtess ia striking, undeniable, gigantic.But .- gloM of higlior lati u.le. in avt.r. i '.s \ + ;
,, in too many cases. file. doubtless a know for whom the popular voice will: g i. \ J'
: with inc '
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ed. 'We shall investigate the subject more if we take under consideration, the W8 i see men pien-iiig < rN
k .' source of much astonishment, and it opens for individual cases already 'lotted down.' essential progress, the improvement and live address, hypocritK-Kmil*, "i V it tr" :

thoroughly and ad vert to it again when too, i fruitful field of melancholy .reflection. A few words in reply to a'very plausibleargument perfectibility of the moral man ; there we said, eielest.dans leurs ytnx l < >:jrddnt i.

our mind* shall:. have become better poited. to every-sober, serious thinker why it isthat which we have beard urgedgainet .. find the progress doubtful, vacillating, leur (ensue" (heaven in' the+r" tiM-k. .. 't''
J tm i mf We and hell in .t.E H r.' 11 I h.!.;' In .
-. e whilst such Admiral SemmeaGens. reconstruction under the questionable. are progressing, but
men aa military
.z Five CAVX.We had seat to our OL we are as it wee progressing in the darkness them is false, deceptive -from ib- 'tat-'
Longstreet, Johnson, Dick Taylor bills of Congress; it is, tbat there cannot garment to their innermost il""u'? \b
". 'two'60e we are our ,in the
r lice this week by Mr. McLxoo way starless -
'. ..... ofc'; Wade Hampton! ; Forest, and a host of befound competent Enough fill the offices, night of futuity| and why it is'then, Their sense of vision enabliheju''". ."r k L 1
Sugar Cane raised on his place four miles! .
.. others who)during the 'war,.that tried the in order to work the machinery of govern. that bur progress iso, far from'being perfect out 'their victim, tbefr, iutelli,rm-f : ';
F vest of Tampa. They are the finest and duce them and their smites' to
,, pluck and patriotism of every man, were anent," we confess that this argument at first or satisfactory: This question has .
first have this One hastwentyseven ( They invariably select for their hVM .-teration .
;, a we seen season' been already, answered by other writers j
ever found at "the front illustrating view of it startled us; and caused us
the walks of lin
I ,. 4 .' joists the other twentyfiveMr. and as their hypothesilleems' us, satisfactory higher'''ocirty w '
Southern "- all their much fear but reflection d under cloak! of civil
)0. chivalry are now using on we are satisfied venture here its doctrine : or
r McLxoo will please oar thanks we two: .
.accept talents' and influence to induce the Southern that our fears upon }hat point are ground guides stood before us, to light and lead are accomplishing their n, farioo d--dsr P

.- for them. people to accept the "situation,* and less. We believ thai there are a sufficient our way through the intricate pathway} on always however, under the broad and elastic
If' of law and equity. Tim i& an
No papermaU having, yet arrived,..we still illustrating their patriotism by cacti. number of good and true and compttent our worldly eternal pilgrimage-one of, the God,, great. ambuscade panoplv of another nature, where thc:, ,P. A

'II : jI. beg our readers to bear with us a while ficing themselves upon the altar of their men who before the war, becoming disgust other neverfailing, a dim, flickering light uncertain taper- tlje ol f actors are possessed of more 'cunning but ..

.:'J longer. 'We understand that the contract country's weal, ia order to save others, ed with the demagogaisra of the times and our reason, and we have given preference to l less daring, than their brother assassin!

"It :: ', r .. !' breuryingthemailfromO4toBroot h' there is, at the tame time, another stratum of the political parties, retired into the the flickering-light, although it does not and they select in preference, as their victims ,

.. "1I trills was given to a negro who has failed found much lower down, in point of depths of obscurity, and there have lived dispel the darkies, although, it throws I a defenceless; widow, or to dispossess! .
of bis
: an orphan patrimony. ,And levers
,,t to it out. We learn that it ia the in in a false light upon the objects around i.a,
carry talent and class of retirement, engaged literary pursuits -
patriotism, containing a although it wavers, and is menaced to be) : ably go'.erntd'by one instinct-egotism ; .

design"of oar vigilant and energetic Post disappointed politicians, who are equally it mad be, who will now be drawn ford, extinguished by the storms of passion; by one rauion-cupiJiil.

t- Commander here to take ibis matter i in aa zealous aud intent in obstructing the by the necessities of the times, to work and but what'matters all theft to-us, so that our higher still! upon a more lofty and ele .

band and' inform the of the the of be satisfied ratted region of the mountain basking in
Department reconstruction of the states under the Acts guide machinery state. And we haughty pride our prelemptionllatLeredbli

." It" ,. '. : facts in the case. We do hope. he will do of Congress. And why it this t Doubtless, all know from the experience of the past dJI it has been said, aDd high favors functionaries and national, clad treasury with high, high trust official ; .. i
it it is the
blindly we
.. so for we know that he can do more in this I the of that the reins of government are much repeat apprentice and '
",,c on part many, through misconceptiono working without his master, the flock venturing responsibility speculating clandestinely

: 4 :Jc,.. _. 'f tray than any one ales.i the true facts of our eitstioD., Buton, safer" in such bands than in those of the without its shepherd, the craft float on the destinies of their common{ .

-: the part of a Tew and we an glad that more partizan aspirant. So we think ing without its pilot. country. Great-God i are these thare

t' -: FOUJrD Dt&o.-A man \by the name ofl we and permitted to Hope, tbat.lhe number then is a possibility that the change may Again, is the submissive obedience tour suits,of progress J and civilization. of the* .;
t' present.age ,
Bc5JAkui TURKER was found dead, on I Ii work for God contrary to the dogma of our rea.. .
in the end. But
ii good Admiral
few, we fear that it ia otherwise. to To attain this aimthe +oIJ, to reach the ,

i .. rr4 Wednesday last, fifteen miles up the Hills. : Among the larger portion of our politicians, l Shames' article, in the Memphis Bulletin son the !wings Emphaticaly of no ; can we not on height of the mountain, man will not bcs *' 1
I.! borough river lying sear a tree that ha< reason, approach ou hate to sell, barter intellect honor >
who involved our'country in the late, so refered to ic the begining of our re. Creator We answer yes ; these princi away ,
beer struck by lightning. The Corona marks. He : of truth in the and reputation. This evil is becoming oo :
If I called rebellion, most of them, we have says pies are acknowledged contagion, is with such fearful I L
,: went on Thursday with a jarorin ? that in theory, but alas rejected in practice.- spreading
4 up "Suppose one orhe
reasons to believe,acted from conscientious, or more rapidity that even the woman '.
: returned and that .the What do we need, save our pride, of suet I
.. : quest, reported Southern states it Shall No with
we on
were to
patriotic principles but with some we have possible vote motor of that sword) of Dem go we to respect
: '" deceased came to bis death by a stroke of importunate her even in her fall. ,1
i ,<*. 4** .'w/..' .. reasons to fear, it was otherwise.By down a convention Cui Bono In a odes incessantly suspended over our beads, This
,.->- .. *F ,. lightning. I disintegrating one third of the Gen week after the meeting of the next Congress and we are trying to convince. ourselve the, all-absorbing: lure, for '
gold degrades
," ; man from the higher
that the world is old
'" ; ..; ,\ Uxzov MMTIKO.-There wu a large eral Government, and setting up a aeper. the military reconstruction acts enough to dispense and loftier station to which his Creator
with alas! it is old
I t :, Union in ibis ate one, upon the basis of the old, the would be so amended, as to disfranchise tutelage, enough' we assigned! him. It closes out from bU heart : tl
; : Meeting place yesterday. must admit; this world of ours full of 3 ,
same cumber of offices would have to other classes, sufficiently numerous to give the better and purer feelii.j*; it makes t
old that
The object of.this meeting, understand. rhapsody, so :it is almost verging deaf .
hint to .
I'I'- be filled in that of the old and hence preponderance to the vote and i in and pity, comp"i..n aid f'vn.L >
aa on'
:' : : was to recommend to Gen. Pope men to ; negro infancy strong enough to hobble ship. If however this r rll, in fb. -xi-.tinj i '

: ; .. fill the vacancies ooouring in civil offices a better opening made for the lower gradeof less than sixty days from the modification without From tumbling. state of our moral o, ;:miz.'ii.il. "H'", "t ix .' .
this audacious
,I J i'1 ; -% next October, for this County, and petition noisy petty, party politicians, to obtain of the acts, the "rebellions" states which against the giant, the servant pygmean against rebellion th removed or* preventeij we kb-iM ;li.- ''iicfti .

office. And the bad.refused to organize would under e i might b., hov r lesw >tir } ...!tf- .
bloody and disastrous pass, > J.; .an. ITr; *
master ..
to have C.BMobley appointed Judge ofI man against his G dl,!-comesforth )

'I' I K- : .*.. the Circuit Court, Southern Judicial Cir straggle that ensued having terminated negro rule. Does the Freedman's Journal slowly, stealthily, step (1-y st'-p, tho .... abne5 l-.w, t."in tii>.n..'IOW>lflllur,. R-s fvtrin.a,' fel-! { '

I % ', euit.o u it did, and these same politicians, who, doubt the position of Congress to do ibis I 'evil ,disorders! of our social l orgliuizaUlIlI I' rltnLiUt' and .t'ifi h y
i .i. :. With six thousand of li.. .. us tarn St.yk.k, .
and has it to doubt that year "vlr'' ny .
1 f- 7r e rt ,- "* -- not by merit, but aloae through their party any reason the c'f Utr: a l a y \ if llq u\1-ut 'Prm t !tt n. ,
centuries civilization infinirimat j.-
t 'i.. The Tennessee Election. zeal and demogogiim, obtained office !. Northern people would sustain the Con. rain. seizupon t slat Ialrtu.tlf.( cut j rr, up
l doctrines .t.li."I- :
torvii>rp. wi.:!. !IVM" r ] .
I ", : Brownlow'a party of cut-throata and before the war,, now finding themselves grass t These are the reasons which have ism, and all oilier i.'mr ut ',,:fir 'Uffi'; re and '*mt f' in. m.ijrt-.t uc bale. ; L.t ""U I t'b .

... renegades. througH the instrumentality, of excluded from office by Reconstruction influenced so many Southern men to submit have arrived at th's' JittUetniiHe i ar.J !orillIt'AS gen''rt u-+, } literal i't your-fai,:.tic: : ,1 > not rleradayruurs) !f'erip lr
t his armed militia and the disfranchisement Acts it i ie no wonder, that some of themare to the ungracious and ungenerous desirable stfct of proi!:f-*!*, veal on 1"}vrrrlo n, ,t: to ; '. '.
*, Nun
of at feast 50,000 'white conservatives found to oppose the measure altogether.For terms, which have been ,imposed uponthem. great irrndi great, intellect) ,. our ;err p 1 lr>wn yo>ir brother t pruarptpiir''rHi\'lb pr .......f d.< ofti .. 0 .
thinker montliM and
rot' III
have carried this State by a majority of a mere party politician never did have By exertion there is a bare pons have ex'-aiuted j*eis' their tim",.Hiid phih.rpherr' their, isdom. lion, ,.r vi, P. nt rritsir.: : Ti,1I" pi, sft 'j ice! ti ;. '

I ; perhaps 25,090, at the election the 2d any thing higher prompting him, than I bility of saving themselvet-without exertion in preparing to us such state as the pr.-- -nt, tl.lO III ;ij a'r1ctn'r,tf 'rent' i tJit'"j. nt, MuM(' ttrp* our ,Mt"ftUt. .

J inst. It is said thousands of conservative bis own individual aggrandisement. every thing is lost." and not o'er' encouraging vista lor the This uibur, t 'f t .. .p j, '
... future. But in order illustrate : : W"It'ou. ftOi'litt.: Ie. ..
to ,
mon r
I remained
1 whites at their homes on the day No wonder then, that we frequently doubt will lntidulity r. vI
The State 1beWtttAfiltat.if A11Prw
Kentucky election came off what have said above ?
t we we mu.t
I 'J 1 I. of the election rather than expose themselves hear the chorus ringing in of I upou ...llll ..' cuunt. p..i"Mi: ''ly'e '
I our ears, on ,the 5th inst, resulting in a democratic avail ourselves of an allegorical figure'the i .
to the insults of the followers oft have wn.'erttken: u> isr 1 case t!<. of
fatale is for the 1'l. yiri'li .
I ;ikH 1- f\\ "condemnation. eternal shame" upon victory by a majority variously! estimated to-day majority omen ( I
8 that imp of the devil,in ministerial garb, all those who would to vote "fora at. from a mountain, imposing by its bight, am d our social I organization N i' ,-crf :rt,. n...
r. who disgraces the gubernatorial chair of convention in presume 35,000 to as high as 60,000. The frowning in its aspect ; on its highest pinnacle vorspf bJcY;pbaats ; w.. w,:oli t.?. : 'c. o a. ,

-4 P. that oboe., glorious and happy State.Messrs .- Florida ; or tn that convention leading candidates elected are John L one perceives a huge piece of'gold ; tain the appr.iMtio I 'ltfl.1! ..s'Ilr.' i..

for a constitution that should Helm to be Governor, and J. W. Stevenson thin gold the fascinating prism 'the glittering ment of a jut sari,! i ur.j".j'l.b"| ruo ....
; ,Trimble, Stocks, Arnell, Maynard, recognize their exclusion from office.- star the nily.
-1; to be Lieutenant. Governor, the rest of the culminating point of all as '
Hawkins, Mullens Murner and Battle, all Such conduct. forcibly reminds us of the offices contended for being pirAtion, of ,every d=5irl', absorbs through Sublime Philonophprs: "u,.li jwork. .' ..r

t. .' radicals are elected to Coogr ..-JF*. fox in ..& op's fables,*who, making a raid of the Legislature not mainly members than the diverging rays of its shining yellow '. I !laid your own work, .' ,,,i- I, ,inf /

t .. one night a peaceable and more light, all and every nobler quality of man, tend to prove it, in the next uu It:. i 11 .
I \ '" Lincoln TJrolhernooda. upon unsuspecting I twenty.fi of whom opposed to the ilelm it unites in itself all the creeds on earth) Pcainsnlar. .
poultry yard, aid having his tail and dethrones
got God in }heaven
ticket were elected.-Banner.STEAUSO. ; along tbe
We asserted sometime since that the DR., A. S. CllE.j\
t. f cut off in a steej: .trap, returned to his native -- ... -- lower declivity 'of the mountain verging m \. ,

j Radical party of this State was attempting forest, assembled his. fellows, and after .-Of late we hear almost dai.i.Jthe 1 valley, to IOme.shadowed. by a vail ol( .

"J! ft, to gain such a control'oYer the colored showing them the condition of his minus 1 ly of some aclof thieving in our vicinit y' dark hazy fog, to others dazlingly illuminated i. OBITUAKY.DIED .' ')' t;

r .. i population u would enable them to control Several are seen men of the 19th ,
horses and century
part, informed_ them that he had been :moles been decoyed with aghast looks -In tfts place on hl..liy'1 '
j' e I; their vote as they wished. We are now off'while the owners were anxious and careworn ,i LIZZIE, infant, and only 'diuliUr. ; nit .
down into the more fashionable parts of enjoyingthe expression: :: hurrying in direction. "
: ", confirmed in the every I child of Col.!
: opinion then expressed WHo LEE
rot provided by nature The Let us take stand some APTUOT, "'.-! /
t the country and found that, that was all store of a on of the project I nineteen months. *" t
t by subsequent developments. The dark eminences \
sag and
Terrell & ,
the there and advised them all to'adoptthe Spake, Wilson wa entered ,a carefully note their *
I ; society known u the "Union League" not go few nights ago. through window, while l way of ascension ; every eye is directed And oae more precious, redeerne l soil '
fashion at once for said he u a kind with
an anxious covetonlness towards decks the Savior's
: sufficient for the
: being success of their the clerks crown. Ah !
I plaiiethey have organized in several of dosing, logical and irrefutable argument were at supper, and the money shining metal above ; every one is ascend, how, precious1 those swtet words of Jesus "

'... lions"still 1 darker sea : "It was better to be out of the drawer purlioned of its& content The private i' ing by a different path,some more privileged to.'every bereaved parent-.uffer little

t,;: ... ."a- association, know u world than out of the fashion. So we apartment of a gentleman were also than others are following up a way children: and forbid them not,to come unto

the "Lincoln Brotherhood.. By, the laws fear of entered and bis pocket book stolen, containing smooth easy, and strewed with flowers ; me, for of such i.i the 1 kingdom of heave

I 't" Df re Brotherhood, the members are required some our disappointed aspirants for over one hundred dollars and others less fortunate ,ire climbing or en." These bereaved .ones', I though comparatively ,'
office would the bear a barreu rt
cow persuade simple that
to take an oath to work only for sharp are tearing their I stranger; arnou us, IMVIU> ,
t {;: a the election of who ted and unsuspecting to vote against a : number valuable paper. hands and wounding their feet ; many of here b,.t H few week:" *, yet"Iubtl@\| *.Y'bea
men are known .
never These acts are really becoming too frequent them die from toil and J despair, Wore the
convention or a Constitution that would they sympathies of all. but eptfialy of
I s to have engaged in rebellion against the I and the have made much progress in their ri those 'who like
their disfranchisemenL sooner a wholesome and ascent themselves I have been
recognize The
U. S. Government giving preference to yeffective' warning is administered the bel while others more hardy and pt'rtin.ciouIt called to give up thoseJearot'jeci'arnuDJ

-" the members of th, Brotherhood, and always would jeopardize the salvation of the e ill struggle on,'when they are'also over whom clustered the mod tender chord of

fl t ; ; voting for those whom the officers( country ; yea, Samson like, they .would ter for the community.- Banner. taken the coveted by age and decrepitude far below parental affection. We; outsell, have

nominate remove the pillars of state and bring down FLORIDA DEAD CSIC..JUtio.-Th. spot ; aoroe unhappy wretchttmi18 i been called upon three times, to return
society AT
1' wasWtbe We would their foothold and roll.down towards the dear little ones, whom the Lord loaned
the whole
fabric of government, with one following are marked with headboards '
colored graves the chasm of

being ..
population against abjection, of want; and of us awiiile, therefore we know bow "10 weep

4'J I,, '.I ,', drawn into this and similar secret aocie" mighty besom of destruction, upon themselves J.D.on Lamp this,memorable co C, 1st field. crime perchance. Along the flanks of the 'I with those that .weep" for deputed little .
I' and all, rather than refit mountain through the this dispensation of Divine
ties for ia entering them upon yield lo instrumentality ones. May
; > virtually J. Powell co I. 3d
regt. ,
( --? .' disfranchise themselves iv being bound the necessity being; excluded from office 8.'Coolcy,.co G, 1st regt. and the 111.me Creator;are spaced beauiifnl 1 I I Providence:inspire these, and every other

\E -' <'* abandon themselves. Of such we fear are B. H. D. Watts, co I, 4th smiling groves, appearing like refresh.) I' bereaved one, with greater ze;il to learn
.1 an to 'tbe privilege o!f regt.E. ng outs to a disheartened. more of, to become better acquainted with
traveltson ,
l' .. ."" Hill "D" .'M. Gommur. G 3d the ii iiii
C !.4 I ... .II,. voting for whom they. please.OcalU. ofGeo. a correspondent of the Pascal! co 19d co regt.E. desert; where men contented with a wimediocrty !I!I and to prepare more fully for that Heavenly -

a '. e ...:.........: Banner, altloridiail at Tallahassee and others, many Three unknown regt. of fortune could realize full I I I Land, whither our dear little ones. go
a of I when taken from
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see our Ptotan
Cora. .,. AT Ctt .*., Accm Cth :
Good &0., just received from New A. D. 18u,. ;
_' FLA \\ Yok by way of Key West, and fresh Pk!'IorId.. -

1 N ? ; Groceries from New Orltani. Flour, Corn, County.TTn f.. .

:>: : ereIs Robert wnkUon Administrafr .... I
# entrusted Will give 9v! prompt 1:111 attention to all busines FLA. 1 DRY GOODS Bacon, Syrup, A M the Estate of Simon P. Smith late oa .. l. t !
CSLTV. of Rice Kerosene Oil county, decd, baa 4bi. iD thi
? Consisting day filed
4 Tampa PI a-A P28th, '66. 1-J has just received and for tale Probate Court a written I
i Yards wide, Hard Bread Crackers suggwtiogof. the IrA' w'"
r& !' SHEETING 1-2 solvency of said Estate: l.
d .t
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, SHEETING Yard vide. f Therefore .
j :1. ,. J81f L lit l zlthJ,.. J. F. IIXXDERSOK Philotoken or Woman' Friend CHEAP CALICOES:\ HICKORY STRIPES, Crushed Sugar:, eons having nolle claims: against is hereby the given laid to deceued'all per 111

: ., Jaynes Wrights A McLean' Pills. BEDTICKISG. COTTON DRILLING Brown Sugar Estate to file the Jfmt, duly utl>enticaUd: in
IIR.tiDFERSOF& IIENDERSO TABLE LINEN, the office of said ,'
on before
Drowns Ess'nce Jamaica Ginger Coffee. or the 6th \: I
COATS'THREAD, FLAX of February.1867, when tEere will be .
kt ATORNEYS : LAW* Fancy. Soap, SeidliU Powders PINS, KEEDLESAc.: Candles payment among the seyeral creditors a pro-of f"rato

\_ TAMPAr-F Hops Nervice, Nutmeg., Musk ,And a fine lot of LADIES' WALKING aid InaplTent Estate. .' r
SHOES, a good article.GROCERIES. f' And it ii ordered that the Administrator /t
.. Spirits of Turpentine. Tooth Soap Soap, do "
I, .. Will Greys Ointment, ChlgroformCh .. file otfor before said day in thi Court, a true f
.w practice in the Southern and Easter? &0. Starch and perfect Inrentory of all the effect ,
Circuit., of the State. ? rystalized Strychnine, Cutor Oil, of ing to said Estate. belone-
consisting '
Tampa,May 26th, 1866. B-6mo. Cinnamon, Linseed Oil White Sugar, Brown Sugar, Lard, Bacon, &c. Given under my hand and seal :; .

t Varojoh Brushes Lubio's Extracts, Goshen Butter, Soda Biscuit, Sugar -.&K3--a of the Probate Court, at Bar tow. 't J
8th of
day August A D. 1667.
..: A. A. ALLEN.f Concentrated Lye, Cracker, Rice, Soda Sardines, AL SoON H AN D ... JOHN DAVIDSON.

Sash Tools, Castile Soap, Raisens, HoneyNutmegi, 'r .. ,1
Judge of Probate.
II ;
I ... ATTORNEY I AT LAW. Black Blued Green Paint, Pepper, Candle, A General: Assortment of > ., August 10th 1867. 6m. .
., -:"XDi :- Catnip, Sage, Soap, Starch &0. -'i- .. : 4
i : ; Solicitor in Euit A few boxes of Water Colon ALSO: DRY; GOODS, )- In Chancery. c

e And ft variety of other article A fine Jot of SMOKING and CHEWING .
, Tampa Juue 8th, 1867. Stf HARDWARE, In the Circuit Court Southern Jvdt I '
TAMPA-FAasin. QQQl> cial Circuit of Florida, in and for Mon' i

' : PIPES, SNUFF, SEGARS dc. CROCKERY. roe and Lade Counties. At
: September 1866.' 1O-6m.e W 11. LEE APTHORP, HOPE Francisco Rodriguez Aquilar, } Bill for .- w
,;: t
; LOCATING AGENT Letter Paper Eavelopes, Spelling Qs.Maria f 1.1. -
S.. C. CRAFT. Books ..c.We Aquilar. ) !
-OF1EIQooJE have and will keep on hand a supply of SHOES. TT APPEARING BY THE RETURN OF th./ ':
iTTOMEYAfLAW. GOOD SALT. Call' and examine the abovementioned &c. JL Sheriff on the Subpana' issued in thia I \

E ,.. ( ): &Jrrnm 2 Stock you may find something that cause, and by affidavit that the Defendant re-
. y.:-:1.... _. Tampa F\-A. you need and will do you good service aDdwill Cheap for Cash or Country Produce sides out of the jurisdiction of thi*...Court and rout
: ';.IIl. .,Tampa, Fla. be sold reasonable at the Store of ot the United States: t

.\ .' "' 'lfaving'eapQed now.fully in the 'practice -0- GRAKT fc CRAFT A. A. ALL, N. It it therefore ordered, on motion of Walter f
I -of Law.-< win attend to,any busioes entrusted is the chance for all White. Black male C. Maloney Jr. Esqr., Solicitor for Complain I
. to my care. 'in the Southern Judicial Cir Now female, to secure- HOMES on the Opposite the Florida House. Tampa Fla! June 22d. 9 tf. ant that the said Defendant Maria Mora Aquilar .1 1 w
cult.g ; Public Domain. do appear and answer the Com{>laianta Bill
Office( : In the X.E. Room in rear of the "For Uncle Sam'It rich enough Tampa Fla., August 10th 1867.ewGoods. on or before the third Monday in November e I.

'Tampa Book and Drug Store" To give as all a farm!IEO' 1" SPENCER & MAN'S next otherwise the said Bill will be taken for f". t

j. ..___Tampa. Feb':y 23rd 1666. tf. State Land for. Sale at 60 Cts an I ;.>- o. 0 ...... confessed.this order be It published ia further ordered once a week that a for copy the of. ,,

:..' 'MEDICAL NOTICE. acre. Look out that your Improvements .. .y 90iS : .g.. O--4 space of four months in some newpaper printed .

.*-t., e.-;.e 0 are not entered JUST HECEITED FOOD HEW oh.o O O ;-.: .oil!!! '....\oJg .. and published in this Circuit 1"
W' lit from under PETER CRUSOE Clerk. "it
: yon TOOK a' .
.". :DR'JOHN'P.. CRICHTON. OQ .C9 A.true Copy:
Also Private Landi Suntyrd and Correct r/1
o '4. iiis PROFESSIONAL>> SERVICES Guaranteed A GenctA a a o T t m etsni ? Sg a 's t.... Attest: Peter Crusoe, Clerk. ,. 1
I o ; : Key We.t,17a July 6th 1867. 16-im .
__ '.,Office at citizen hi: *n idence.ofTampa. July 6th, 1867. 11.6m. Consisting in part.of the following e u...o:.. .. CDSB ......... :II .

"" m April!Otb,.1 67. 82-4m. Articles : : .* *..* b __ A.ttacbment. J

I w H. HARRISON DIIY GOODS. .Ba. 0.. 3 :0: .2. 1e. the Florida Circuit in Court and for Monroe the Southern Circuit '
j .z of and VedtCounties.
for .
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J .. S"J. *
n5inS5H .
# (Eorlis. I Calicoes Ginghams, Hickory Muslins Lawns, -C' .. ... t1 ..
Bleached Domestics Osuaburgs Marlboro .a -.....e: 0 SiC--a. .-.. Edward B. Rawson, In attachment am'
I 0 ; ] :BOOt Strip. Deuiro,Edgings: Insertions Gents :M sq3 & A Ln YS. } sworn to |184,77t -

'\ ;: ., JJhJhm.! L0 ViIci Ilg31. Hosiery, Checks, Gloves Ac. rJA.. ;Z"A .S'S" ..... William T, Mu dI' bond filed for|400. '
= 15'I ... ,
Lote.t'SIt.leli of FI' all
Clothing. other interetted
-:AND:- t .. Wc TllEDEF..EiDAST ,
Pa'e.tot :
J : Cotton 1 dos I'lanters Linen Sacks, c;.. d: C the commencement
-.. .. of this suit, returnable to the Circuit Court
t 1 doz Spanish Sacks. tII:: ;;
:': nua.tbi1ig & CamtnissiottMERCHANT: SHOE MAKER 1 doz '. Cuttonade Sacks. SI : a rbAgo tiIiiD for the Southern Circuit of Florida for Mon-- '
a" "; 2 doz" Pants. 0 n lcj roe and Dad counties on the third Monday
j 1 doz Linen ..oc.; tI..rK i* G15' of November next; and to appear and plead "' ,
j HAVING just arrived with a good stock of 1 doz A. H. Tweed sS0: --I to the Declaration tiled therein _
and air articles necessary for ma 1 doz Brown Linen Drill Pants. n'"a"V gp g e: W. C.MALOSEY, Jr. I ,y

j No....94- 'BAT STREET, king fine Boot and Shoes res pec fully inform 1 dot Blk English Drap 'd ete Frucks. ...--J....._, s, .'....3 e Plai&titfltornej! -
the citizen* of Tampa and surrounding country 2 doz Bl'k Alpacca!ackn s T'i =: .' ..-- Key West,July 27.t.h. 1867. 16-Sm i
% .g 7 i'
e :: Aorast 17th.1h7. 176m.: his line with neatness cheapness aud dispatch. i dos LI'k Frocks; .:9 > r>> o '.."-'-- : I S
Shop-First door West of Friebele'iStore.TampaMerc CP .. : "9 .LAND
"i e 1 doz Bl'k Pan t., _.- 'c' .K. .Z '
.. h ICth. 1667. tf 2 doz Blk English! Pants. .c-.. ... ....:cp.! .rI,; ""-' roo t..lr .
ll J.OQrtAtTDt.1 I J. FLAK NUT. I I t.W. HtfJIMOXD 1 dot White Linen Drill Sacks, ; ;: t" -AND-
Pt- t
_.!1f 0 1 doz Duck Sacks. .e: a. ..... 51' (1'1 '
, "n.o 'j) 0 !rn llDlUaJ) THSA 11 BQHTON1E3BG. ( ( ) 1 dos ". Duck PanU, ...,...'"..tq!:(B 0 o C.is d PlantationFOilSiLE t., .
; ,pc
1 doz Dril: Pants. i ; F .
COTTON FACTORS 1T doz fancy Marseilles VesU. r g.o..s r

AY. DILL C Striped Linen Vests. :: t::: : Wcry I
-AND- c... & ? r>> ....... .
a" -
*- New Style of Hats, '"
: aunt (Commission Drown Cauimere Hate Broad Planter Hats, .. c t! C',, 0 I
Jl1rrctanl,1, -H
eat bidder
j n on 2nd
'( ILL Black Felt Hats United State Hate, a;..::r t:'=CP-& '"* t:1: November, Plantation I
: l I r the ports Tampa,and New Orleans, Leghorn Hats, Boy's assorted ...d 5.02: J ?. S' 00 j| 900 my acres of Land consist.Siug with y
:..;.;.ivaiinab, - Geo. rtu Manatee, For freight- passage apply HaU, Ladies Uati. IJI C'o-;' I .-.;. n aOO pacrea cleared and under good fence ; J

4f' i fliW \ to Mr. L. G. COVACKVICH, .Tampa Caps !Shoe, ((1000 Pairs,) O} _. ,':; ; e >- this p antation lies two mild west of Brooke
Men's. '% -:; eD ",-.-..-...'..., rille, and contain .
t- .
BRAD, at Manatee, or to.the Captain on Uob. P. L. Brogtns. I"..') S 'A some of the best hammock I'
i l tiivaprM! meJe on ..ConMnmenU.Ordtrs board. Meo.I welt Brogans. ...... c: land in llernando county. There i i. a good .
pruai llf filled at lowest market M.n's Kip P. S. BroganaYouth's" ; "c Z' Gitx + ... ... dwelling house and all the necessary out hous"es .
June 22d. 63m Kip BrogansIndies s"; 3 B rn rPt Z with fine Peach Grape, Plum, MultJerrl.
Baffin t Iron Ties e
/ Rope
f -ritv ? Buff Boots. a ::: UJ9 rt + and liannana orchad. on the place. I II
t .tonstaBlly on hand.necst "OMNGE GROVE" MEL Indies Kid Mil Boots. :-:.: .J" ..... (;) will alto sell tone seven or eight ,
.. .!; cy = '
; -, VHh, 1867. 176m. Boy's Buff P. S. Brooms, I, C C' .C' COJla"'" _L--.I_ ea Ct.I mules and horse, carriage wagon
_. TAMPA, F L O R I ..1.TIIIs Misses Goat Con ?re*.Gaiters. 4.y. :-" 1- Cart, farming uUniil, Corn and FodM
I .
Fe-&. a. 'fI'O"'; ...*. V.OARDOr. I.adies Mid Boot,, s_..tr e: 'm" .. G ....... der, and everything necessary to carry on 1.
c 1 EIoQmmm( ) E'II' p'tJI'o Ladies 1 tiling super V. V Congress. ;a"'i VQ& -.I farming. ADY Florida wishing to buy a plan

". TISOXGORDOXi- ><-....... 'Ladies Kid M.d Boots. :: t:' 3 tation in South will]lo'e a good chance '
... ;Y Nw bfjpot attending the above aole. t '

.tlO> $ m 3F act o IP'S ,, HOUSE HAVING BEEN THOR : GROCERIES.Flour :... -:OQ b.. .......,w. Z Term mad known on day of sele.Wa.kUOJKER.. ..i ,
and refitted, ni>w "3Sp '
renovated j ill open = "
,, c4 .;Totv.ntdevuy for tie accommodation of vi itor*. I'ersons Corn, Baron, Lard, Cratktrs, Port e: > -i Al" tIf1"I Tampa, August 17th, 1867. 17tf.. J / t+
j *
...... visitineTamra will find this house a pleasant Pilot Bread, Raisins, Soda, Pickles, af 114 ._' a ,-
; V topping j'lace, where they can enjy a clt' Mustard, Pepper, Tea, Coffee, :.! .JI..,\ '4' V ,
I MERCHANTSAlfE mate uusurj'aMed' ,in the State. The table Sugar, Soap Candles, -=tiF: n 0 Notice J

C.u= i ', G will be furntahcd with all the delicacies of the Tobacco Honey Salt Hatehet, Candy and s r d t-3 ..
eaon. In connection with this establishment _o s-: S't a t
still continue bofioew the old stand. is one of the finest Orange Groves. in the South Spire, &e. .o.. liJ _.:... ::1...rrl..,. SIX MONTHS AFTER THE DATE HERE- I.
Yl 9< DA r STltEET.. and offer our iervic ern Country. ll: t:2 i !. ..... 1'1 I shall, M Administrator,on the Estate ,
i .sto the M.rch tantt and Planter of UmaLoro' Shot Guns Rifles, Powder, Shot ? ..5e !: 7.J. 114 tIf1"I of Wm. Carney, deceased, present my account '
for the Cotton Tampa, Fla, August 17th, 1867. 17-tf T .. and voucher to the
and the a"jaentMBti* "I Waterproof Caps- .. Hon. Judge ot Probate,of "
Anal other' Prodnc, also for receiving Cotton ,04 n : :.g'I: Polk county, for a final settlement and'ask .
and Nrrchandi PATENT MEDICINES _. ::-o o ..- to be discharged from the further adrainistra- \
IIOUSE. .. .
I. We are prepares; lo make liberal advance STEVENS, Jaynt's L'pt'ctorant, Hair Tonic, Alterative .. ; ""-.' .., 0 I.J rl"l tion of the said estate. t I 1

on con icnnenU? to us for ale in this Market 21.28 26 & 27 Broadway N. 7, Can Balsam, Tonic Vermifugf, cum .=. -!. ...-...... L.J JOHN M. PEARCE Adu'r ,"'"r t
to be lorwarded to our Liniment and Sanitive ; .-
where i tau fta Bartow '
or rye .1 .1:. !:;;j, August 10th, 67, r6-6m. .. ')
j friend.in lew York or Balti mope. Oppoaile Bowling Green Pill Ac. ? .:: ......a No ; : r

!, ... IlaviuChaa fifteen years expeneoee in the ON TilE EUROPEAN PLAN. All Mnia ofP. JP>airlm= Ij.&Jrrn rA O 1'1 n {
;: tjec :
; ; ; !
Cotton Coraoiiilon Business .UE STEVENS HOUSE i. well and widely -3 ? Notice.ALLPERSONS 0
The loca- l 1Q11RI9eto --4 'I
1 known to the traveling public. o :D ,
.extended and
I in-Pavanpah. w e have whom an refer with general tion i i.. especially suitable) to merchants and ( .=..::: 3s;: .* == AREHERERY t ..
we .2
to con
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iuaintance .. xninMimm;; it IK in dote: proximity to the t C(8ountuJ +lliice, ..ft.-- amp D !," 't::; down or molest .' 4 p
J >UMne.< part of the city-is on the highway ; "' .3- ootI4 r my Pasture .< I f !
Iteepeetfully Q enceDur Ft. Meade. \\.JI
I 3 s W Florida. If
'. r ] c ._ anyone
t. .. w i. U.TISON. of to Souther all the principal and Western Railroad tr.nl-and and Steamboat adjacent de ( ltd. o WiUmNrn] ] lJCCo 09,.:.2 .*3%'O Ag d::' :D do e* throw aaid fence down, be or she will b \ ..; L'
'W (. W. GORDON.17tb punished according law. i
) to v
i _. ? '
\ pota. TAMPA, FLA. s +
I Ault 1667. "-Star. The Stevens House has liberal accommodations r =fff Plsr t-f Q JULIUS::; ROCKNER. I aJuly
I for over 300 gueU-it i i. well furnishedand July, 6th. 1857.LOUVRE. llL.f :; 0 20th, 1867. n-tt 1 +
i -. 111!: .. .
\ ,. r. Mrrcnct. D. u .m..1JIJ. possesses euery modern improvement for ""... c-5: .ootI4,.., Q 31- .J'. ,
ill The wfB SHERIFF'S:
the entertainment of iomate room I 0 SALE. '
F. F MITCHBL&CO.I are spacious and well ventilated-provided !' ')tC: B o 4 a I BY VIRTUE OF AUTHORrTY VOTED ." .. I
with and the attendance i i. e it ._.
water- '
ga prolD\'t\ "a i me by law, I have this day lavie.l upon I
and and the table i i. .. C 0:1.: 21 o. ; .
I r FACTORS respectful- .... and will offer for ala in front of the Court .. t
provided with delicacy'of the eea.on- n0.o': t7 lUIous !.
at Bartbw
every *
the in
i' on monday
.....1.'P. .-;AXD:-. n moderate rates. ..bR r ...1 kmber 1817 p'l., i ,
,: OQ ft.D.. y so much of U* S. W i of the N. ._ 4
t.I i fII! GEO.. K. CHASE: CO. !.,: **t. (V W } and the N. W J ofthejl WJ of Sec 4. and '
ommisgiuiiflftrcgant 117M E Sweat having' purchased the e stirs the S.BioftheaEofft. 1
ang 1'1-1'1810. Proprietor .5. S 21, Range
:c1 ., II interest cot the late proprietor of this fashionable SPENCER 19, S and !Eat will aatufy Oe State and County h i7
.1 'ZJ: --Poy4rn SU N cw,Orleans. naltMin, anDoai.crs to hi* friend and & MM'SNotice taxes of Daniel Slon.for the ytar.186G.
vmm\ \\VEIS BI! on the thirsty public thnt h. will constantly keep ROBT. WILKKRSON: Sheriff. .
-- POST on hand a rulllnpll\ everything good to Ex-m'o Tax AM'r, A Collector. +
; M- drink for hot, or (colJ wet t>r dry. Cave him August 3d, 18 7. 4-W. ,
3 SADDLE t!!. a call and try th. fine Winei, Liquqr, Gin tte.: !
r' Tampa July 5th 1847. 6-tf.

J dJ ITarnett-Mater. UphonttrAe. llIr. B. 0. Lionardy h.rlng purchased-th 'Q' ,\ t'

Will attend to any bnsine-*in this hide with Notice. store and stock. of good formerly owned .,
q ercbant I I STORE HOUSE, and two lot itaa- ,
neatness and ditpatch. I am now prepared .and occupied by Mr.Vigil request his friends A t ,
o.i and acquaintance to ted in a mot desirable part ofT.m.S
fix him
to VatireMe ** cheap or cheaper t call. a* he .
TAMPA. FLA. than it can be done el e where. I can be found THOSE INDEBTED to Jonas Wadkins by thinks they can find as good bargain. among pa. Title. unquestionable ; powsaion giveaat
attend romptly to all busineas en at all times at my shop,on the opposite tide of will ave costa by calling on me. and his well elected and general assortment of the time of sale. b :.

'I' trusted to 111I eare. he street, and a-little i East of Mr. J. Fen '* settling at once. Goods aacan be found elsewhere in the city.- Address. '
,11 Consignmeat.rapUally sOUeited..1 Store. H. L MITCHELL Gin him a call, ODe and aIL Dr. A. S. pxCHENIVA. }

1 e ,uJ Ult. 23, '66. .+ 'S.tf. ,_:... .1lE1UUU.. WEISSBROD, Tamr aJuntl5t& 1867. ,tf8 April, :7, 186'1. J-tt 'florida House.,'T.mpa.Fla. :sr .' f.1. .

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'lJnty. County,
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v, V In Chancery, ceased, and at the same time will ask for a dir **

? a e S ; \ STOCK OF GOODS Leonoralfarrie.BILL J I' charge. from, further administratioif tWeon. '* 'C'V, *4

JAMCSGETTlS.AdorrTampa : : ;
t' w v v r having been filed in office in ; r
.;<, ... ,., ,. 'I'HE UNDERSIGNED 'r.ipe<,;tfally inform Consisting' jn. part .of the following art.idSuch A the sl'tve l .entitled! cause and my it being May 1st, 18C7. :fro. r *% "
.. ; TAMPA, FLASATCRDAV. -/ Iir r.1 t.bepublio that they hate just received afresh 'J1' }Qj vase to appearby afildavit that the defendant *
i supplf rtll'wrleclea. Groceries, Dry- as : r 4 idei beyond the limits of the Southern Ju "Notic I -
Good, l Clothing Crockery, Uard- dicial Circuit vwit-in the State of S MONTHS after, ,fate? \\'illl\l.,1, tt. the' % .
t ,." ; An usl Slit, .8G7 ware,' Tia-Vari, Let CalicoPrinte land. It is berrby ordered that tbo t.\n'l Hon. "'. M. Garrison. ..indjef Pr- bate in .' #

I .rl. .. GROCERIES. dant Jo appear? and plea.l answer 01 demurto i nd fur Hernando County, for u tine &ttt|<- .*
Oinghnnss said bill before the tnent and discharge liom-'adnnulr: ..'ion on ,
r PA Dots Jr.-'You .T wmie the Complainant' on or
f111OD Stich Hard Bread Bacon, clear Merino, Muslin count ,
J as Corp first xrondav >U September next or the same the estate of Caroline Dai.on Ute if said
"ha ,'It see saying!'' Bides, Leaf Lard Goshen Butter, Coffee De Lames, ProviJtd dec 1. 'It "
thatjpn!, C Jaeonets will be taken as: cunfe-sed that I publication :. ty ..
l Swiss i
Tomato ,
,Sugar Svrup Rice ALHc lE B. MUNDEX. adn.V. -
of this order be made in
tome news-
g 4I a me 1 I just said confound !it. Muslin Vic. .
> + U Catsup. Yeast Powders ia this Circuit for three Bruoknil b. nth, ISti. 42 6>n..
published con- <
'Why, my son, gioth fiaatohbed, to Spa sBiueiag: .. IrUhr Linen Bareges, .psper ecutive moLtbs. .
Silk. Haodkerchitti, Faa! *
;Matches ,a J. J. GIVENS Clerk. NOTICE.. .
bear you talk BO. That's nabghty.: "Ac.DJtY cy Neck Ties. Edgeings,Insertions -
-", A A.-A. Allen Cowplt'1i8ul C IS MONTh AFTER b'TE, I willlr": ,
'; :. 'I lay vorser things tian thai sometimes. -0-- Velyet&GlmpTritnmingsShirtinga 18ti'.lS67.! : 4 8m. .,. .. .
t Sheetings, & May. l. |11!ly to tl n.1r: (' (PrvKtte.('. vf H"r,;;'n > .
; -, 'j I just cusses right oat like an}body.. YOU GOODS 4 : Drillings-Bleach'd ok Unbleached county, for a ti,1 l hhltra: : t end" !.r' d.-eti-ir
Denims Linen Checks .Lin. In Chancery. from .\.lmiri i tratin ,,' .
Heavy Bed Ticks -Marlboro : >...,,.. 'r f' know all men cusses! en Checks, Linea Drilling Calicoes, Muslins, Denims,Ticking, Checks Scotch I'laids In the Circuit Court Southern Jadicia Mathew R. IlowtllUte of said coon .\ drctaed. ', ... ".. ,

'Ab,101 .do not Muslin.Robes, Assorted Braid for dress KV Jeans, Canetmeres Flannels Bonnet .
} too, gentlemen cnrse.- Circuit of Florida, in and fur J/ona- ;
.1 bindiug,'Pine;Needles Coate Thread d t Taffety llibbon% Ladies Belts, Buttons, MARIA A. 110WELU A.lm'x. :

A, rf' 0/:_ flax Thread, Sewing Silk, as't'd Balmorals & hoop Skirts, Ladies and Gen tee Counti7John Cum Tsf: innt" .Itr fx:.. I.Brookn'mi' .

< good sense manners .. ..n1nH- Flora Tapes;}i1 }des tleman's Hoosicry, Gloves, Collars. Boots A Williams, ) Fin.: March: 6"h IS.;. 6; .. % \ : -;
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lid-k'ff.-- .
: 'J.. 0' '- BP ffi Ladies Cents f Shoes Hats &c., Misses & Boys Shoes: hats TS. f Bill! for Divorce ------ =. ,.

:"' 'Well any, how, my pa does.it. i! ..':t ). "es. t Chiidren'i! ". CoaU, Pants vests Under Over: L B ahirta.. Martha Williams J ADIillNISTR TOR'S: OTICr, .

>" .: Run along to- play, Tommie, an'd be a I 'D", Gents t BILL HAVING BEEFILED in myoffieein Two IDoltth*,nter! date, I aril !pr. ''il,!.,, ; C t.' ... a .

.. '" :; thingS: -hoe-whit.' t> A auvoucl" tu tl'>*, l'"ii-- ,J,!- Ph- '. _.
< s little man.. Don't say.sucb naughty .euYd. the above entitled cause and it being "
., Saddles Bridles, Bit. Halters, 'Martingales bale Court, in ai.d tor lIi.I:: ,"V4*** I I'.at\ .
-.-.'. .Nt : Enter father. 'Pa, are youa. elide' ,--eREADYMADE -. Girths, Stirrups, Brast & M. i- made reside to appear by the affidavit limits ot that the the Southern defen Florida for an a',null- ,,*! d!, .-it nil-is: t1:.- F3: "
dant beyond
'>, "-.' manr CLOTHING, Ac- can spun bras Collars tc., Ac: ,, -# 'Judicial Circuit, towit in the :State:: of Alabama late o4 Ihunias Mi M>.J': .J.Wm'ii.r r

0' -1w 'Yee I be one but what Linen Coats; m'4. It i is hereby ordered that the defendant do ap Ut.\Hl'lEI., : t'! : a'.. .a. !
my eon, try to ;; t'> May 41 h, ISt 7. : 1 L ,
t Alpacca Coats.Li pear; and plead, answer or demur to the complainants 0
'. :- makes you ask such strange 'questions nen Dusters Pocket i Table Knives; Files. aid Bill on or before the first Monday M '
Door: Tad Locks, Axes Trace Notl23 i 0tFlntl ltt.icmf-tt. !
: : t .
will be
Palm Hate in .XugUi'tDext or thesame
t: Tommie I Who otherwise f
: says Chains, Hoes, shovels aot'dscrews i
-* Leg Lorn Hats *t confe J. ProriJedthat publication (>this SIX MONTIIjfrom: this .11010. 1 Wi .( e.
) f .. :_"t 'Nobody air, but'l was thinking some. Canton Braid Bats,. & Tacks, Drawi'g order be made in some newspaper published I llt. mv' account uii.l ve : here ti' ilii-llii** .tr. :

Wool Hits;' 'i Knives, Hatchets Can i in this Circuit one_ a _week for threeconseoutivtf orable.Probate Onurt of Uill.LIJI.o! ,. v..tH.t!. A. :1 ,
'I'z; :,: .body.tot# story-you or ma, one.Thomas 'If!" Caps, Fry 1'ans. TeaKettles *
\.i- Shirts, mouths. 1 FU-, fora fuel srtllemebt tlbt L'a; !|< i>l .

.. .,":ai,.y; what do you mean !' Shoes, trot}Pots. U. McLEOD.. Cl'k CX C'U Columbus -taforddeeeMej. *\ 0 "7". :'
.' 3.: Brushes, Bake Ovens, Ac"Tubs Manatee County. ELIZABETH STAFFORD. .\JIIx.! .
-,;, 'I lust mean, pa, that you cusses, areaciAeaysgeptlemend &e.WQQ ..- ''
June 'i-IiDl"1
: Ii67. I
Blacking It L. Mitchell Sol. for ComplApril'20tb.07. Tamp Sth .
... : >'o't. And.you: know i Ac.: ;, ic, ; 'wr : JDIII 3m .w
'r\ =. J.5 you. do, cause, I heard you cuss tEe carriage I HARDWARE. ., Ac.CrockeryWare Pig ;ms, Churrs Sieves, Br(>omt. BrassBound NOTICE >. J
'1 'II Floor. Well In Chancery.Circuit "month after date, 1 wily "ppjy'-to the p
Jf; driver the other day and live been J > Toy, Buckets, Horse, Six
:. : Brushes &' combs,, Axe Helves Ac.: Court. Southern Circuit, in and .Ju.le of Probate of HilUbortCocilty: !for t s.
t't'"i 'to" saying it ever since: Knives A Forks, t, a1lnalsettlement.au.1drcharre; from otiljzt'tistrstiun r
Monroe and Dane Counties
rt for .
SI oona, on the KeUte of M. O. (
"t'.:", 'Peggy, Peogysome take this boy toJ' It ail.,- (ass'td sites,) Amelia ) raid dee'd. f- .
County ,
Sawyer {
:.. Pans, Pails! Plates Buckets, cotfee-potf, r. 1' ff ti t'
; t. ; mips tf.
'", .' .., '. .1f bed, Gun tub Wrenches,' DippersEARTHENWARE, vs > Bill for Divorce. S. B TODD,..\.tm.r. .1 .

J'\ Shot, &c. Edward Sawyer 11.,i L llh' non. l f a'e t

a; t :! A SCZNX AT IDJC. GATE 'OF PAIUPI5E.C Powder, APPEARING IIY TIlE RETURJ=,* OF Tampa." Sep. 2966. .. 6n-.

+i .. -A tailor released from Cap, Plate*-' Tea! Breakfast J: TnnerSe'tN Cups- IT the Sheriff on the Subpwna i issued l in this, dI
: : .
; : ; poor Tea &t Coffee Bowli Platters Pitchers
Writing faper.EDYelo seta '
ant affidavit, that the Defendant resides -
i f>r 'yt: a 'r, troublesome world and a scolding wife ap- 1, Ac.: Gla1\lvart.-Tu lt.1ert-. Gobblrts cause out of the jurisdiction of tbi Court and Notice. ? I

4.1 petered at the gaU of Paradise. Peter UilletsSteel Tens: Syrup Pitchers (Salt C'ellar, A' out of the State of Florida, and in the United .

.. err ,. ,asked him if ho bad been Ink, tc. ic Kerosene Lamp
ever. to Purgalo- Slates : ix monthsaflef date, the; nnUrsllned.AL > I
J '$!/'. tf!. c -O- GROCE{ IllES. It itthrrfnrt ordered on motion of Walter Si mini-trntor ".f the Estate of'' Joseph W. II- I

: "..' "h' .: ry."XoT* laid the tailor "but I bare been'married And, we haye have on hand: a well selected C. Maloney Sr. Es: <'ir.. Solicitor f for Compluin.ant Brown, deecaffd. will present!their final 1 "aicimuU ,> '. I

lot of : ac kern, Cheese, Pilot Hr..>,..l., Bjtlcr, Rai- that the said Defendant Edward Sawyer: un-1 voucbr the JII.!je, of I'nobate' .

/ e' "Oh said Prier "that is all the same." TIN WARE. 'J' suns, Almond, IVcan-, 0. in
Such AI on or before the first Monday October next Be discharged as IUlhJmlLi..lrntu! ? s ogJr-; ... ,
." ; The tailor bid,rcarcely got in befora "'a Milk Pans Pickleslluturd Pppt'r.'pice: otherwise said bill will b f taken as! confessed. ding ti> law 5- i .... '

I :_., r fat, Urtliog+eating alderman! came along, ;" Milk Strainers Tea, Coffee SugarSlapC'n'; ; It i+ futth.'r ordered, tha a copy of this -(11". BRANCH.. ) Vm,. a

t; ". vpnjjog! and blowing. Tin Buckets, (with covers.) dies, Sliding it der be published once / week for the ''paerof w. C. KROW3T. J r,1.* .
Tin Cups, To b & three month\ some newspaper printedand J 1"lIar12t.h., ISr... :.Hk- I
Chewing co,
.II-.!.. v:4: ;; ', ,It "JJallooI I you, fellow, said be, "open Tin I'lateaCofePots iiub.uhed iu thi/ Circuit. -- --_

.. :'! that door." -? Kerosene Oil. PKTEU CRUSOE Clerk. T .

';"! ''': .f' ifot so' fast, sail Peter. 'Have ,you And other article too numerous to mention AIo-PtuuOIf'ry. Cosmetic*, Combs, I A true Copy : j oti e. ; !

,'*.fi ', ; ever been to Purgatory I"i which w. will sell at prices tu "LETLIVE.'. D;U btl.l'"o", P"pr & Ink and Attest: Peter (Crusoe Clerk. .

,. f "; *No"said the alderman, "but what's : various .u t b era r tides. Key West, Juno! 7th 1807 8-8m. i SIX months from date, I will[ present my-aa. : t

:f.. 'C: "., l. xtbat to the'purpose f You : tin that half Gf: WT& CRAFT, Having just opened i our Stock we are I. bite of ll,.n Jmlce Buret'ertllv of Pro-Lmeat I .

<::7.t: alarre4: tailor, and. he baa Uen.no more loPargauory Tampa, Fla. prepared to sell Hi 118 low pricen m eorxj* Notice. of the E.-tate of Aaron Smith '- late o. i -

c "- .. 1 'fJ than myselw.R /." May 18tb, 1867. / 4 tf. can be bought iJ the place: Our Termsare aid (.',,"nt\., ,l.-ctll..t: And atjlie "n'IJ tint :

f ; .". : lbe's$ been marred"said, Peter. CASH or Country Pro and of Hiram B. Daily, late of Monroe- of said Ltar:: .. ft I
ftl'i1 t"ZJarried:1r: : exclaimed'- >atdeiman See for Yourselves, a' my olil Stand -
I count .1,1,1141'11. will them duly au. CALVIN H. Adror.
New Goods j-rwent SMITH.
I :
t married of & Marion
_brll.have beau twicehen confer Washington .
indebtedyto I
then/tfcated withouliWay persons lJrnnk+ Jan 5th, I*>':: Tom.t '
ueatc.t' :_ : ..__
I : '* Fla. Nov.
:.$; go Lack' again, said, Peter,"Para Tampa, 10.20-tf. said E tale are ; lrto make immediate ,
t : dice is not the place for fools." A FINE LOT OF DRY GOOD JUST payment ID the undoKi, ned.- \11 I T I

I .... '!.....",,: -.- received which I -6tf r low (M Cash or (4-i'.!itors end per rtiiii eiitille.1 to ditribulioi J.: 0 lee e .. .
aF notified that their claim: will t.e \
.. are herel-3'
? At+. EDITOR TIIB-We believe it U
"11. COUNTRY PODUC barred nt the cspirntion'of two years from \ PERSONS:, havincden! Hid: nirninit! th; f

I. 4 4 rare that an editor indulges in a drop,. utI" Factory Thread % Q : this date, uule-exhibited within that tini. II Eftnte (.f John Cn-gn, late "f 1 1Iiit-

Sheeting:. )I.MAUTIIA 1. D.MLY.-A.lm'x. CoUrl.1e"f'II'f'J.'edwill present themhdy
when they do, their readers are Eur P find bhirtin. i Key West, Jane 7tb 1 67. 8 8n allth..lJti'=3t..l'iql'lut delay: ; s'..1! a't: \\-i; -.iris; .'

.t. them out. A coLeroporhfj. was called upon .Calicoes I Groceries" indebted to i".l l I Cytale are rqu-!'te.l lo tu..1.
I Hoop Skirts immediate pnjmertt the. 'mJ'r.iLI..P < r
to record a "melancholy event" at a time De Laines FailNotice creditor and *
f ,< person entitle,\ 10 lix'nbntioit .-
F when his bead was rather heavy, and did Dresa Patterns HAKDWAUE, 'nre hereby touted that their *.-!.iu.o wili'/Le .

tt7 .. i it after Bed Tickings. '-/u'rI'J'at the eT)>kfnlioit. of tw\e.irs! fruit. '
I It- : up following manner. Shawls CROCKERY W\RE. 1 hereby caution all person! from ( I Itbis date. unl"l! dhil.If'.l> ; witli),?:. tii.!; tiui. .

.'f uterda, morning at.4 o'clock p. m., Shirts, drivior biivin Seek Ties il Bie followini; mark and bruailt! ;' I Manatp 'Ma )' ':ihlEAi I : "- Swi1i1 ." .
I h, a man' with a.heel on the bole of his stocking Balmorals BOOTS AND SHOES,, Upper and under bit iu ono ear and split in --... ---- -. ...

committed arsenic by swallowing Marlboro Stripes the oUjer-liranded D, and figure 5.inside. be i -.J.
Bleached & unbleached longing to me. t ""
J dose of suicide. The of the verdict Ready Mado Clothing, &c. .l. I:
4-. inquest D o m'es tics, Crop; and upper sl< pe in" one ear, hole and : .

I returned Jury that the deceased caallo{ ic.. .t/!. Which 1 will sell low for C,,#h. split in tl.eth..r-Bran.led.. )1. 1'. \ LI.PEUSOS.J: 'IIAV1NO {)nl.-\Nr):' A.1ft

A, A. ALLEN JOHN JACKSOX.f. Al the facta i in accordance with his death.Be !pal"'I ties tnreofFrai er* II.M.Lrirtrof : icto'ithem '
r .' 'an 20 26-If TAmp NAovl., 7. 30 t I I', the p.uperty of Post ShnnahanlAnypewon : : lI u'ln.I.) eounty.Te...e.r+rd w' .
,. leaves a 'child and six: small wives to'I ked und found di, '...Ur.: theobwve mnr "o'1. vriihi-ir ._%,'_' :' a'. ,"'J+..::' fI I," '.
The "Ve"t La.t hrandedcattle' wiilbe prosecuted wo v
I .. lament the end of his. untimely loss In T HAVE JUST RECEIVED per Schr. "Sa ording to Uw. 1,1 tn said Estate: ar" r-iUtu-Ttd to male IIn J r
: -J. rah Helen" direct from New Yoik and offer DANIEL SIIANAUAN.Key .
I t, death we are in the midst of ir"."' % \ for sale at the old stand of KENNEDY ,
t I'" .-. -- DARLING, for Ca>h only, a aroall. well assorted me hereby n"iified: that, their ra'a'! aii';1 b- ai

I, Tau W Riulo.-I the old Blue_ Laws OF FR SU CORK AND FLOUR AND A stock of I b-irred at the expiration .(.ftw.r'1.J. -..,lr.t .
p general assortment of Provisions. thi+ d.! to unless : : : ., ,''t. ,
of Connecticut, which' now lie before us togetherwith DRY GOODS, eabil.tt1-ijIIi If. t.
Salt WoiSALT k t y
of j )
fine assortment A 1F.P-t)1I
I. we find the following: ."On tbt 6th day .a STATIONERY, CUT- Dru.k.\: I. +: .( ,t. r
(", FI.U.; Jucn : .
Hardware 2 wt
; "ft' of the 9th mouth A. D. 1694 Adoniram Dry Goods LEI }; SCHOOL BOOKS. I .... ._. ;
-- -- .
OF >UPEUIOU : ------ :1"f.
r hate A Caps, Boots d 5; Shnen, QUAf.HT- ; -
f.I f.
: Bteveos before LIXES & TWIXES.SII (\ .
properly arraigned I .
-\ yeoman Saddlery. Family Medicines furnished! in = h'ilil't rt'ouif1..f- \
nny \uID\\\\Io\tt\\ '
qU \\\: 5 .
.? 'w oar said court, was fined Ss.Cd. for Tobacco .t Snuff, Salt, HOOKS CHE\VL\G\ TO. nt : Point S.ilt Woik, -I.1 ..-" tl 1Nt;
the"Koi-ky ion Oil r I
sitting and talking! with Deborah Pickles )1 u.t..rd. LA CCO A DAiL11'TJ.VEC411'DLES,1'ERFG. rr" lIT\ DAr.ttr. .1.', I "a. ..4 \12 f,;
r up n
UHV delivered ,
in' the .
Tampa or this Cilat
Catsup, l' suee. r. : 1I.'n.1'r..llIt" _I"'f': A: f"' ,) "i-"
;. Smith after 9 o'clock al night, to the great Pepper Spire, reasonable! rate*. County i in thrltule. ',.f l".r. n( -.'r i ..:.., m +

.r:: annoyance of the daddy and.- mammy of Tea, Coffee, MERY, MATCHES Apjtly to to sell the S 1l'..f -ec U 1' ;:i. i'! ? ; -' | s t

l_ : the said Deborah, who bad gone to l bed" at Sugar Matches! de., II. AT. Ur.y and h:, belor.pirp. to {bpFi"t! .. 'lur % A'; I. 3

a 0 /clock, according t;; t to the custom of our Kerosene Oil, d-c. March Ayrnt Hlul, ,1..I. situated use .!hc, a.G, >;.'. ,..' (it. .'- o0
Tamps 23J,1F37. : '
48 r.
y : 1:1Vf'r.irlth(1"al' *
4 Perfumery, \ ( ; :Mi T.- "II'aurejald. -
oft?,, and
.. colony..Exchange, quality price which i1Il'lf'lue.- .
to the .rlI Ii ,
Combs Broihes Jtc. pay : : ,
I .. .- Give mfa call.September aolllL'.1G1ISah..r. i
+ .. "I rt SHOT ALL BUT ME I"-When Gen And a great n> anr articles to numerous to IIC11IL1 l-nOSr.lIi.! } 2t11. 1, 67. r rMt .
t Bragg commanded the Army of Tennessee mention, all of I-w'ill't'll at greatly reduced lit., 'CB. lo-tf. STOLENo --S_ ----:..... w- :: .. )0.
: for Cash, Country Produce. TAt -- -#, 1
while prices or
v the
one day on march be
suddenly "
F :, ; ., eama.upon one of the "ragged" butternut fael it,-.J will.not .ujfr' tnytttf to be undertold. From my le 1d nce nn the night. l of Notice /. t

who J, S. RED 1tOOK. i Y. lifh ol A7\ a rni,,U t ; .
2' fraternity, was just then busik* enga June Bth, 1867.. 7 tt .... .. 'w.J ,' .... 'c.-f \J v I hn v I Tor( **. (?talli\PlarJ) tnt 9 p'arll .'.. tips +
t 113 mb # .:'ged in plundering a garden. The genera ." I U obi} ; pony' 'bu.lt a small!| bin;;' iu } J\\ LI. P"ROXs basing.; J elatr! II': sure Ih ;::}
drew up, and lo that clear ringing voice J USTKECEIVED ;a. ..I. 1 i to I tite of K? :iuir |I..a u", :iiite ot JU-t ; tM.tjnin'y t f
; ,
'a ,-alb, w which once heard on the field of battle is TilE SAVANNAHfEWS'IBIJEIB I '. liberal! rewnnl will be iven; 'for the 11. .I", ..a..f. willpre piir the. duly! irt- 'eft -j f
WHITE CORX of the I tt..nlll'nt..I.) without' aL .. )
I + livery home to ine l"1ny. nn.l per >n
not readily forgotten, called out, To what : \.JLIIDo at'a-iy 'rwidetiew itlehtr.! .. ,' '
YELLOW. CORN: tenmiUnKouthof, Br' .iksville, i.f : : to tl1i.1 ftrt; re'111..t-l' to natn ;,{
command do you belong !" Butternut was, l't.W .w k 1 urir. ni..lt..n in r.-csid; lo him w Unit I fin) infur .IJttIll .hntt" pavuifUl to the u.l.r. ..;ii:'.'<-l. AH ,.,* $ I .
3 y1Jla ] Si "'LO 111t: can him : :
:7f M :
,,; caught; he recognized lire general and, he ; 1 will, pay 1 bumlrel! Iiollaii frnialiuu Ian ufor' ere liior* und! [I","isni.t ttititlrd; to iliitiribntior. <_' ;
: knew th* man hJfcad to deal with. Assuming 117.. BACON I that'will runvict thi thief J l I.I.ar" hereby notified that their claim wib" :';j'I

t 1 "a green g wky manner, he answered 'N, I 'S I) ..A. I) E R TOBACCO. ADALINEVIIil'kl barred date at the. "-xj; >irKtion t>f iwo years frouTilji* i. *funlei rl
/ J MATCHES.CAN: BrooksvrlleApril\ ; ,16th 18C7.' ; ; exhililcd within that inir. '"i&Wm. 'g
t U folio wt: -Ulster I did belong OJ; +
to PUBLISHED AT SAYAstAn.GE 1:.\W.$. j&
5'. Mr..: Brag 's but be shot all but Jun.' $ 'i. '
i .. company, ::1: r.: 7,6\\ i
Largest Circulation'Jn the City* County SAKUINES(
', xnej" This was a, little too much, and Notice.jlplIIUrtDYS ,, .

I, driving his bat'over his eyes and com pre.* orrtc1 ..PFo hT.;:YIlI: an.. "''7 HAMS. .:
sing hjs the rode. let Beet Aavettfsh fttedfnm.T.EItu to Notice
lips, general on,' ana' s I I I :
i the but man of his lire : :..- l'\J; :. AFTER ntTl.ai !; I WiLl. t
company" I I." to"/l"r| Jlll ''t tit' I coheir iii and for : A"-rEUSOXSIXDnRTElMom: .

---"r.--.. Iailv. . . . .... *10 per year Ato.' In.l! .'or'ier.t. \fll UV Ac. &.y... 1 Polk County, nt-rUa.! fr nn "n ord-r lo sell .: / dii'i: : fir the minor' b<>ii": "I< JuhuJ.a* hoick-0VI 1

A, good instance of absence of mind Tri-Weekly . . :. .eO: '1 ? a J n t 'GOODS 1I'uce-*and Lit ,itualhl b Cairlr.lilr Ful.jI i-r deoee I are lcn'b "" ,itil'.1 to come for ': j I a

was" that of aa editor quoting from a rival Weekly . ... . . .E3, CALL AND! SLT;: Cheap for Cab or t (IlOukir in, the' I I.rrpf'ry'of! the Minor b!jr.i: ..f John J. forward u,1 -ttlo up. If tlry| :0: nol I will *' r '

0 of biB ... Cvuolry Produce. I deceased. W compcile-J to ooiaincnc. mil. ... ;
paper one own articles and beading s. W. MASO.i.EJitor .t..t..tLLEN. JULIUS ROCKNER. JULIUS -a
il Wmched attempt at wit. A Proprietor Mar 18tb. i G a 7rrhan. -
,, Tempe, 4 ,r. (in r.iian.
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