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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: September 7, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013373
oclc - 11286473
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System ID: UF00079921:00295
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V; TIIE"FIJORID.t116 I i s nl.'n.J' I 1'rotn Temple l Dar. And I 6temed turned lo stone, m'En (. I and the silence, I guessed the worst h shape 1 when' I decided to return to my old .

el 'L. 1 A 'JI\EL'S LOT STORY. Lad no recollection, DO feeling, and no was plainB t the explosion bad killed lodging:,; and have a day's rest before 1 set. .
j sound from the out on wanderings. ;tot:
came
the boresl or not a my
1'ca Ji1IED EVtKT &ATTBDAT art Nellie Glover was tbe prettied lass in ienbt!, and I couldn't have moved _a step to
1 stables, which were. close'to. the shaft and Tile Jay passed, and the night, and the r:
\\f "; T. K. SPENCER. I the pit of the village.. Her eyes were of sate ray !life. Then it all limbed upon mo what hope could there be for human f next day and I was still in bed, tbV good tb .

.w the sweetest blue ; her cheek were like nand like lightening. I took a last 'look ul Net. ing in" distant part of the pit ? '\: Ie'l I folk tending me like a child. ; My limbs,"

j I : TERMS SUBSfRIPTION : j 1'I robe; ye-u: miybt; have thought her Iy, dropped mv Lend on m'y breast and ay be sure-I didn't stand to make these, I which bad been racked with pain, now felt-

1&'-. ; .Une copy c nt y.P8r..f:, 00.One ) I, wiibout a w Huore walked! out of tbj .1 onlj ; they floated across me, and I easy, and I was ready for 1\ start. again.} -
.If bro\\ n' ..irwastbefinest *ilk. Thtn kite ,
copy six months.-. .-. .. .1 ;30 I i vr'trkina1orward before: they Lad: got hut I thought. there \\'oulJ.Le opposition,
'' 0 I 1 bad A figure like a Etta, Tl was to tint ; gjte.Our: t .rough my mind ; I knew the entire so I got up very quiet and was putting on

RATES OF \Hn I Tl IXG. ;![ aud wiib' a wvist i you could! almost 'pan. \tllrfg) seldom IlIokld.Iri. ht, 110... mine: blindfolded ';; but what with the my things -when the room-door opened,

; ,One .,nar ((12 lirevier line) or less [<;ort ''lloNcd 'Ne.iy but afor ibat, all theJyoungrLaps matter Low the! ace jLum-, and tJOi1 felt I I felid 1'1IIt'1I I, and what with the gloom! and and to my wonder, in came Jack Glover.
i i not insertion, >f( ji 0 "Halloa Charley here we areT! he
the na if the sou >ould l CvU-r ah.ne gain, for my shorlneaj ot breath, 1 was some minutes jI
l For I of the : of
dlchsula.equent insertion village were
75I :>> j '
cried band and it
the seizing giving
the of a
1 + .. scrambling to top incline: I my
'I I :tale and Lep l Notices will be charge { at mind and she have bad bur tar, *O, liS mi eye: fell Oil the title of COltll-
.' t the following rattle l : same might; keeping: my arm slree-h out, ns I went :I hearty squeeze.Vho would have thought ; .

I .Ai'plieatdon or Letters of Adrainif
1 I I lion, ?t y\ I all alike. Mid wouldn't 1 k.kat ore mote r.liuve.i.j, ijoiiiiii. \ioLna taw.. Ie, And it was lucky: I didor I should have I "Well, Jack; I answered apt glad for. r..
i Notice tqiDebton and t'rt-ditortt. 8 Hi but I should have cared for
I' Application for I>i !iiirion, 12 (II<> :Lan another She bad a !mile: fur eterybudv thought i u.3ht IN tail; l'e! in my grave da htd my bead against: some empty you,' not toy-
i : bytes and m the Slate I was in, that self. .. '
I .Aniioaiireinviit Candidates C X' ) as! coiiliuuc lo 1d.t'te.: besides I i I ','
r Adverti4f>iueiit. handed in publication, notfpeeifjilie I and wa alwav* gi'<"d Umpired,, but would have finished me. Thus I reached "How's that i' be asked. "

i- > the i.umber of iui-ertiont' to lie there it trl\lcJltnd fconubow iiono uf Ui'' should [tie awbtuceitiig! : Nell} petbapsluikuigabuut : tIlt finl gfllery, which you could only I'ecause 1 bate\ something! on my. 4v

L. !publirlieti! until forbid and charged aeooidiugJJT. I JI mother's and | mind! ;' .
\ <'r I the
; : f"uld screw up i-ourage to Uy. Lei furlLer. collage, enter stooping. pushed open trap
I ji XEWSPAPEP.: LAWS. 1 don't knots Low often I hough o\e-r. Making; her Hi miserable' : 10 myself. Whys and went on a few steps, tbough my Davy i "You !' he sai.l. laughing and giving mo '
\ \ "lIfirt'-tbe a little b. "llc.re'5itdowh'anJ apipe
call >
s lamp was what pitmen pcJ !
l "roctma*t N are required to give 1\hieh' It brad the fiit-t. in' ihoultiu't Lg'{ away lo Yulkshire, or Derbpbire ..
t letter when a not take !II;* rang into my thit-g: flame being all blue-and I know that the and it will all go off Jib smoke. y .

j ei' Haul the ulxccnbrrduea; jr-v. the r<,a-<'II for pas its be iiu'iiiing, sod: there it uninined the :I or to the di gn.g-i. in Australia: atmosphere was 110 much gunpowder. :"I don't care if ever smoke 'a pine a. ... .", .!

E r t ; not J.einp l. Veu. > fglcting;, toa\ go I, :.kt'? ...st thing at night, when it either kept m i .for that mutter Tbe notion, if it 'was I Hut I stumbled along ; if 1 vra n't to'' gain I said savngely. ') ..

t t r the 1'otliu.Mtr r..J>ullfllle Iu the ]>abli.Lerf Moke II U.It'.l'I" dreams. last it'' little ave any one, it didn't matter what be- ;! "Now. I'll tell you what it is.'r.aidJAt'1.:; a ,I'
t 10 t.r I li jirtment.. ; \Or :< } Al goad for nothing: more, gIme a '
ac,11 with "vou Law been having n tiff with onr Net-!
catneof eared
p1 myself
t tW A" who tntec I I myself ;
} 1cutllI a rejrulnrly .
I'I-r: No It turned and I
f matter I"it. thoughts, s
'itiix ''" -t. nitf. my step- I .
t I from the iusl| 5 eciititl j'i'ic .1\u"H'\ I the thought, that Xtl.would! bear I had Iy.
I I .. or i...;. is rej .'iifil>le Ji-r the jta} ideal of w I h- I.'I \SM'-. drain! r:>'. or bliMii.g.! vr tui ;I IIhjU'g j.cd I out bri-kor, going htraigLt! home. 1 1j eicdit> the attempt. And} then all 'at 1) "I haven't,' I answered, my cheek burns

the I Mtbvription. .. ; aUuf gr.uoJ, or iJown: ia the pit ; j i hadn'l much to bottle tl.tft't only to bd: once, it cam into 'my Lead what she bad )' ing. .
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: db.continuwlyauftl ; .. '
\ I Any. mine ordering paper !I tlto 'folk! I Bred with arid I Isoon I' said about her brother Jack I being in the \VeII!, you know best about t that, con- .
i ; ''\ a'l: jnimr.tr,: thel]J.uL1i.her limy nlheu"6ts turned on Nelly and from : iioo-ibve to : .. .
a 0'1 tinned .laik "but. it's what I because
IIJI : l' This lit such that ; -
henso.rtrl\ pit art a turn sues
aloe !
s opoa : it lr.till.| a\"u'cut U nia.!<% .ICk Lack Iud gave: my i
b.' IIKIIIrM frlloW! ill llltf tillage, 1 came out, Io on beganmv
L tt.lert' the Xiioie .oiii'i-iit. w Ildhcr I itia i tnLen !lg 4je I quite staggered: and the! perspiration; you were seen talking! with her, and
I 4 : Eton' tie' ...fi"H: t.i' :,..r !just tatne. lo In- tie, tliillt-st.! One nioiiiitijjj : II 1 /lilt p. pourro
t. ,II'> 'toe tUgrtg In* .'\J. : rr: that refusiinr to I j tI.. .r.' was no wftik in the pil for my gan'''.' I was t\ alii.j: ; on, ,when: suddenly! tlo nulled forward as if I was ftiad ; my foot : when she betid from me that it was .\ou
I ,
I tJf't'1I'l! prp'ty j i: p'rilieatx rum jhee I
f ," "l. c or rtu">>"-">r, and in\iu'-1Jim 'tin- I b.:(':'\'. : I Ihe vi.. ter want. d that: pnrt of theM air 'iitig with a crash Hhich bbook the I I I tiuck !something ; I U'nt down over what !'I who" brought; me up from the pit, she fall
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..tUd tong i* pr: 11l$ j-li rtd up, and it struck me nil at giotind. 1 knew what' it signified: ; such'suuude '
-al "Pli.hl'l she know it before !'I asked
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frond.t.TGAL i i I I lamp (ell on its face. It was Jack Clover.! i toluctnntly.
AD\" .rT5r 1iErr.; ,..notb.it, would! have it out with Nelly, I i .denote but. tiny: result. in the Mack i I I I did* 'kllowhether )he wa alive or ,1 s ., I" .

lJUlitflti.'l q Mft.. leg ...1t1I.I ratet.loti.ef .; MI Lma.lt I IIIJo,1f smart, iiiidsel off, ualkin I: cuunryamidthrowingJOWO' uiy pick, Ii J I dea-1, but I caught him in my cans, and i> -NO: .
the isutiutnu t Ult "by.. ata /tment. nIt
I Then all) about her
I'll 'utt tell
c-iif Tif gnu gas; :: 1 ear: .h..U be 1"jhl.-ia.: d f,.r 1;; us brisk as if it WtS:1Rgt'f.. You nriv.hn.k '' : dattedoff lo the pit with the feelings:'; that :!+: with the strength of a iU1t.lln.11lae spied \, .. you
of leer conscious breathing antl tile, I ..ud.I ..
1 thrfaeuliia in.JU v'l jk; : ;..o'fta 'e,' of iron miner a i -hardly hardly
t ( : il cocexil in me, but I can s'ly that animate every on such! occasions.It : lime telling it but Jarlrsat
"trM : -I Made a dash at the shift.: I I'It I was a long: ,

JOItu.tint ff Raif to fciflfff. .Lortgar- l "It* then a.. clever a chap to look at as ] didn't seem a minute: before I cattle wils.uier'olk J going: back: when I II jJ | up as if be was listening" to n play or .

, ," b.t 1artlCe: ttr..jNt-1J.f'II oj "the/ i-ij'iui'-oi; '". ut'wllere.'r..'lil'.1, .c.,umitigrlv .,.. ate } ou. would oftensi-e-,aud I knew' i it For lo thu Just heaps, round the pits m u.J'1! J I you were once in the nriin or 1 horse load ; a sermon at chapel. I cave! 'him a description

- ',. ent.itt..r.t i, or 1!rffiar'i; .J is-, the equity t-f ie '.:IIL 1 >i', I In "an! to wail: : !ft bit blow when.itid but some were there before 'me, and the oil I 11..r I now the shaft! was beforeyntrin'lead off ; of Nelly 'that would have done fur the .'

: -(. ". 1/-* ',>:*lInstio.'. ';-' .t..t.Jt.U"rl"'t.hj-b.I.i i tl..limil".Ihe..." .. ..... .t jug. I :tllll\;: :>111t 'if ?JGl.rel'a cuttg; !. glt" u :c.dfO.:'_ ............. !:... .t.;.; :Ii'; ftllll I..... tl.i-hit; made,.' u'l tIrtnnl"wondeiful:. 'flU.YC'IJIJ'nt d'lferenca tbiLk in iho 5tj i i! 'Huu she had it Cry raised; weLt in my. ir-to breast all! told tbo him fevlings how't-

I ,. .J"k''J! r SMti II:! : 1 1":1 .h""ll11 IWY 1.rW.u,,1'rr 1 f"lla dread at my huart: hub I I"flit I village a blr atD. The smell' from the light. D.nk al\ pitch St Mill.! \\':11lhonI;, li : I bad} watched for her thought; of her, and

". .1.. T.ultlitlb.l;:4'-'eol p.j+::,;the e.i.; .h... u: rt c.t'.l'tnl u'b..rdU H'y' t Wu the \\'tI.k III'" I.. on, and j'ist got up to the cottage; I .pit aruo! t knoeketi the doiyi a* I came up, nut to 3 pil mini's eyes and} I found. finally: ;: recounted our last colloquy. Jack

:.''II! atj.-,": 1 j"1:1' II"ta: .. l Rants the first day: t.r tthen who! :ht uM! clime out Int Nelly. ber. and I had to tj-H ai} breath a 'little when out tint! Jack breathed when I reached never moved a muscle, and not till I sloppi "
.....,,; Lc tetra of'lu-" < urt.AataitHirati'T' the "ha'f. The discoveiy nerved 'd for hrtath: did he put in a word.
me
-I -, t 1 *. l-Z't'r' t-T firatt.i. cf.! the never: looked prettier; than at three or boos of us crept on to the tnnulht afresh, and kept all senses at work, Don't} you think you hive been a b,. ..
my
-ni.nlr.! 'l li-ij f>\ Ivi-ctoi'. .\lllliul..r jibat minute ;but apr aring so suddenly, and looked down. The explosion l lad destroyed without seeming to know it. I tie f; ;!Charley ?1' he ib-ii said dubiously. f
:10: my pnly
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1" t., .to n hH': urCerrdat.airie-J > # t'IJ ,- ...-trsjo< tiirr.ih,1: *r i lc'a"c'.1' LJ !- to ti the tbru jsied.i! ..hed my t-piii' aud 1 Ladn'l a word the cage; not 1 le-ating afliik of il, fell that {here* would soon bo nuotbcr (X.1 j *"IJow 00 tot mean J' I answered.Yhyinqiingtip f

1 laerul.retbrr.w'' ."> : titim'rd.ui l. \uiitse to sy'to her. but it bade;t injured the signal rope ; plosion. So I placed Jack Ullt the'straddle' ) "\ fOe Suppose when

I t ill.:- "car: Til' d Let nrainal.ublicgatelr. hence a means of communication I J and Inking the cord from my Davy lamp Nelly said she gnu d'nt have you, you bad '
I thirl.\ .raj-t]''reti.'ust"tllr.earef.alc "11'tlyChrrhr, what is the matter 'J" remained tied.} him .hand and foot ; then pulledthe put your arm around her waist and said
t EAt..t.-l Ijtltor sad .I'"Ji/u-\i'e to.tlri'hge for any one immediately below. As6oou.a .
"' 'Leirtid in a frightened sort of well :\\'. the !II.. nitiytj?
.. signal ropo.and a* aboeihauled ( y
.. and r.IG: iif c>l u. iMktc, IUU..t lx- I ;: people :
this
t I .. )' ;b.l-h U <- Ii t Wt: "\\' it 1 i is, just ibis," I fcaid. And > saw I st to woik to rig a the tackle! and lifted the&tml-i I This view bad never struck me, and

t I '.("fflrt.. -f III J'"111"1.4t't' (o &''/.-JCotiee there 1 stopped cron -il.lr. and presently; had itre-ady. die! from I the ground I bung on by IIlr I ra'her took me aback.

that I IIj.J..at.! ..:: xl1..L.* iiu<]e t.. the l'u mitt of "Ju-t lower I said I| arms thus we .began lo mO'l1tth@l; :.shaft. I'ut there .wa'. her promise lo you and
t .. .. .. .. ... "h I -anvtilin Le with Jark me gently, to two I ; ;
01 d..I'\ j fur \' t .H lj ;ir, ijL-ji be jmb- ; ( matter ? II' her mother never to I
: I It wasn't till Ind) feet marry A.ritman,
we
banksmen. "I !! ;got twenty up ;
JI..i..I. wFekl v. fu-tlllr' dtts. ,,Le 11I1pick up one or two. .
cri.d
:I ) ..4J"dniaitater. 4u,1 GUII'rJ.1II.-\PIli4I ,!:\- 'juicL i I : li.in lo 1.,1\.rs ".f\JIMt..i.IJUIIO nflist" l"'. purr !i i I ..Jk .'" if there i is 3nntilr.." Wp"You I I I in.!. but from lint moment it became just :, -iro there was.- Hut did 1 you never bear i

: 1i.he.! !iswt"Pkaf.'rdisnii: -.:lui, fl0CI.Jllliutaiul \- i' ,.Ye, he i is dow in the pit. and they can't, go; down yet !" cried the I -ir.lilp.t My I hands senncd ready to MI;\jt; that premiss: weie made lo te broken ?'
/. wtekly L t six nlotlth5. I 'iI "I can't but I h.ue.'l muttered clapping -
.. MM it i is foul, which makes mother and me viewer"How many are in the pit .'" ;!I: t'ie! :the in my. arm* 'ureal. 1 tliro-jjh: every fay b,
: "lIafln: hour there fiftt :i! mu,ol!I. ; my heal pun around; mv'-f:. i'i-w! ; on my U.
T ii I unea-y.: You hau.'i IlelllJ nii\thin ?I".- ago was ; replied "\Yhtrele going ?l' said Jrtck.
: _
I [ nJJi i? ,I about III an ,ciIIY. I watvLtd t ) mouth : you
i j j And tLe looked in my eyes as.if ebe would : the lime keeper ; "Lull am thankful of thi pit till my eyes swam =!'IJr reekonwl :' "You wait here It minute: 1 replied. j

STATE OF FLORIDA. !varch me through.No ; tot-ay they<<: all: cause up l.ultcn." j thespaeet'tweemiwhUe! inj ..trcllcthwiui ; \Vith that! I took two strides down the -

r _(") : no !*' I answered steadying, now ":\lId they are all lost t." and) the viewer j : "d, and my misery deepened, I thought stairs! into the road it.d hurried off to Mrs.cottge. .,. .

I I.UCUTIVE1)EPalTMI: .\. T. I "for there will be another. e-xplubiuti: direct I must drop bef-'re 1 ft'ncluJ! the ..101'I .- tijoH"s" I stood outside :.1"min ,

r.o\"trnur-l1'n. I >. <. \Vak! ; that I thought; I could comfort her. "lie I J." i i I Then they\; began to Lo'st !.,,.tcr. ) mu ute, when I cpetiod the door. ; and the first .

I I I .. Lient.CutR'. R'" 4" Kt-tiv I.I : ; is a1!l light.; You uiu,nt' mind what the "1'li '''I' lered all my fclrongtb, I lightens! tl! my gripof think I saw was Nelly sitting by Lei mother -
$ ,. of Mat*-Ji 1'. AlK-ti Ii the I go down any how, I :.i.I.ll/g.J:: the and looking bke a laosl-only ghosts p
of ,, >ecty ; ? oil 1 1 women of tillage *ay, or you'll\ IKS I straddle, though;: my lingers; were .
.
IVm jit roller-JoSin r.e: .ul ; ly ; "am. [ i it! lI l.JJ.fiH lower rueI'll look She look
nevi roe one ,
_j rowiiijj i tirnb.+ I sttalied, f.el. MK! pretty. gave
I I Trei. ir T-C. H. Austin ; look! 1 1 g-for a b'ow up every day in thfLen my
I {!I AttortiM'Oencral! : John C"l1.rllitb ; jump' do" n., t I hard:y tns': {!.] lit\ Irlf! i 10 inet he. I could then quickly started up and sprang into ..

: i '' ltei"ter: of Pnbtie! J.1lIll.-llulh A. Corly5jtjui.tr 'ftar. It i litre i is notl lib morn tlmnjcoiintion. ,t. g.iod mini weru on the uenp! notn..l \\' | are the': w'tils! ..f the shaft ; I could feed 1 the my .arms. :My heart was M> full I t

; !! ::1 e. "' llou&e. tifKr}>,- J. J. '\'u.iatad! ; : I haven't cone to youU>uti purer air ; beard! \o'ict\, and prenntlythe : couldn't, speak at first but 'I thought I f
ai.d
; wi-m: n -MW.C "f the
,, I i i J.n.k: : Nellj ; uV about IIIJM :If. w/iiwn ; tllt'k't1"1v'lingsironZatfn: caught! Increnir.i muUilo something to I slipped my 0arm I

i I. ., 21-Jk."ULJ'L1'r.Tln. S bbe gave tie another hot.k now ; tlnti .I t'I} iuj{ uJ f-tiiu 1"11)1;r.g ; Hit when I II Iot.t Itjofce +j :11I,11 I was landed on the b=,r.k. around her waisias Jack recommended.Now .-
"' 1100 C. I' lraf'.ratCiiefJuetice' : th.-.t! I 1h landed l .Lac! k Closer I I felt sure of her, and i uf all the
j o ; .* t her cl.ftk: 1u' -h.. J 1 ke a tlmiuana l.cfeye i tiny the;" vsa deal ".- ,;, "\ off the trad bap- : f'f'I
up
1 A. H tllX\\'f.l.: > | 1 the (before l x-k .. : the world could! and
AMtciateI J"j tic., I Knit. Thrmi two cr 'hfi.c.i'Kd' ou', you.cuIJ round, and h j 1fCst give, as my
j J. M. n& er. f .-, turneduay.. wa. cirried away, \\ l.ie! they lai-ed brent !swelled proudly<< 1 began to bear a !
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;,;' "I))., t/u !know wbat! I want to t-.i:, "t'i; l.eJ be Chan ev. OIH! b.in; \ Oil, braysljeI't ,j; he.iil. and) 'poured,! a little 1 l-rnndv. into mvi my lithe nnlice.AbNrlly: : '
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aorTtraerrcuZ. CJECTtT. I *' Tie! hni!U-niv'ti: '!, v.Ie:< ILP down? i mouth. I ci'Ied' out for the viewer. : if you bid only loved me !' t
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; I. I* li!dull.: !. that :C::;ud 1 I sank. thiuu. ;':h t ill.! pi. '-Ithin'll- I I. A ',!i- "\Vl-at: is i it Qbarley: liaison ?r' be asked!:. I said. Nelly tightened her,aiuu around >" t.t
1 can't tell! il. It 1 11"1\ t
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4- : 1).try' < i/tin|. w-tf iu .1 M'un-i rev ::1141.l awl.} I : lier:'ling uv'r me. lily neck."iftw .

C ,! .. ILLco.n"L Cu .MS1T: I!; word!, for. JIn110. \ (- you, you age al-! IH.J.a! T\l l'n my b.-ind "J ilist I might: I "E\\. l't.IJ., away from the pit, sir: '," l'I, happy we might ba've been ,I added i q

j i I .111.1Ie"'l ol./lt40-JO11I! Darling.; iwai5! b :fore iie, how I am c'aZfd, .tn J ,si'!:nnl. to b* LeiMed up, if the- :;ir beeaini.iufotil. s 1i. I,' : '

I 1! .. Clerk' Circuit-JVT. (Le>>urt.Uy.-: J. J. Guenj.Shenff imvl a "...uti>u Uut though I can't hi: } t Hut: I ha.II'O. intention of oini I ; i,i "V.iu are rigbt; ," lie answered::; ; "ii will' "Then we can be, Charley,' she murmurcd. .. k w.
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I all I want to, hete -land, and
buneyurV. W3V. HU1.t if doers iverc any iiliti'! One thin;;::, I IJKat I'': 'Ih-y sot me on top of the bank, whenI 1 "How.' Nelly ? Wo can cevtr ID:irryyou t4
I dl4r. 'a wilh a king, if.OaM take me as I .] t nltoul life and hetr.scr'am.; and there know." t'I'Le
'" .J rare mv ; anuther, I iI was Nelly try. '
t. t ., ( "U l'll"l. : HIU/" I Would IMXIb 'n 1 a-hain; J to f.co the folk !;: in!! to throw herself! on her brother Jack little fingers unlocked, anJ I felt .,. +

f\' t. B. IK-n Jt-rfon. !II.* ira.th. J. r'I: .oitltson; I} /- Ah. Ch-ulev : you doa't know Low I J .above without! loin, Io.nt:thing.., *o I felt : biu kept bank by other worr.ei.folks.! She Nellie f falling; away, but I remembered u +ik

I. to '- ft A J.J\'t.1 3y. itnr ill. nt that thy, I lowired me :.t filch asnail's :: never s.inred] round at me 1 \\i-hcd, J.uk' counsel and held her ly, the w: Ut."Thtte'fc a
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I. : : : J. : -jivukir.r to) J oil. but DOW that I hate t'II\\'l"1.! ] The sh Ifs hud neu-r e-med so !escaped; cee-ing her nsain. Hut I made ever that !i' .

'. : t Veil. ir'rT.."La'IIn.fur .Constable.Ltc. j ji!.,tn. it, now th.: .i I t-an't go ('II. deceivingmje'f. drip tn file Ufo'e. I rained: my eve in :, min rny mind lint I bad looked on her for ::.1 forgot tbit,1 faltered. Nelly: white a? a :.!' J1r.

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a.00 I. my helper 1
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[ and the coull walk 'row. and when i And what doynu : to i it mother 2' 1' '
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\fltIX4A 4'F masked! only their ;:: up my pack and drag:, cm at g'H up 'I
.. ) t..1'I 1 ..\. i 'K i.i no iiv.'' >!bo: replied "I can tc\'d: bound.;, 15u: my pro,t''>-:;:; was n'tl1t'I1.\: I leii-t"to the7! rext village *m ,I i, band\ and put it in u:IIle. .. '\
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;I' '. i ..1. rI mother ar.d Ja"-k! t hen v6 wak-d! up} tb-< j j I went on, I had to shift 111.\' '!':1ee fiom fide 'i I I sank down by it, and felt that I mutt give "And thi-.U i \ hail say lo it,' I lied, .t'

t : \'ilhe; at the funeral of my poor father Ito side to ni.ik'5. a little: cuir<.ur. At last ,. up. I was so beat tha': though there wn giving Nelly :1 kis.Vou .. Ii./ \

T .1fi e Iise It 1i t e and 1-roiberj, all three killed in the, mine- I mv feet touched jjround. i I Ii ; now another etpJoMon! at the j.t, ns I had Wont lo surprised to hear that w> 0" >'

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FLORIDA! PEMMLAR lftten. iteparlurc. ordy was issued! to-day ; ;:
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I ;; A GlimpseS\l' the Froprcssj) e .uAf t metal and do acf r> wledge .r 'I
ARMT.ADJCTASTGENERAL'S
19U' Century. 1' (fi; lor it is paigy to its\iB i igatioo) eroIdi IhADQt'un&oFTIIE i.
iolcc 'M the President in bi, Of WASHINGTON, c\uU\t': -It!
:t r4 a >>L ie. eUhe mav lous i ijJrentTon* i iec at@injeg. *
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: PART SECO P. ll; .i i \ oral reKopmenVof indn.tiy : g 19-
.!":..- i ense bei Su deiwed froBthe-uni1teDsoBcommerte'J D part' fo !lows: o4lers l have been received from thePre.idenU f.

: 1-'. In the precedjog number we have al. vernal | : we do hoed "' >residDt t has struck a decisive

- '.. ,,,'.'lIi H< .. lulled to the Influence of doctrines promulgated ever disap rove. an' couderaa thl' turpitudes blow. SihntoQ.iis'ilpretary of War, has "ExE TIV1t MANSION WASIIINGTCJ., f .

:J ,by, roeu, who, for ages have thri icttfi ly] <*nrr'ipt.5on i its :-rtiencebaT -. I Leo superseded, and 1 General Grant, forTle August; 11*, 1S67.-Majoi-General, : Gt-uige }

"_r I 'TAMPA FLA. tr shaped the moral Aol- religious' destinies i I 'Drjfjght upon i.,1Je. preset! *, is appointed. ake charge of 11. Thomas i is hereby a-Mgf
.-::"'10. -' of mankind, and we pointed out some of turpitude Biie tulainiesso '.r ,DJ the brad Department.! We"prekumo that wand of the Fifth Military; i D;-'art, cr-

." 7th 1867. their fallacies. Here however, we must revolting u at the preset;t 'ti.q1e. :&&le before foaking this.. cm rge Air. Johnson ted by the art of Cou-.res pa-e.l on the .

"' ;'..-' r* SATURDAY_ Sept'r acknowledge the immeasurable advantage most' !iroiDerous times the most oqri&l1. 11I.jf'a I\'ull\ understating} with General second davof March, 156;. M 11'.r General

:-""", "w. ". '- s we have derived therefrom. ing epochs are prov,! Jby the: jeiords.,of Grant,'and thatUhe latter, withujit hesitation : P. ii. Sheridan i is hereby appoint.d to r

," ".. .....;, Hew AdvertiscmcuU..M Thus! when the nations of the world history to have .exit"ell w eft'Wcre lJsynoninjous will entej/aDon' bs:: duties. We the. command, 'of the Department OF the- \

e: r : ons are requested to meet at their were ignorant, they have enlightened them; with viqp?and where indifference know tbat hi* appointment, if accepted, .! Missouri.; This. aeeretary of war ad interim

r t roon. to-ntgbt-.J..'J. Givens. they have combatted the pAdice with for wealth were' practiced. Wheremen will command the confidence of the coun- i will give! the necessary instructions: to \.a I l

New Goods on consignment-R.F. K a. the light of their doclrinesjWe remedy are motnpted by the principles of virtue try, find that thus no apprehension of any I carry this order iuto.ellect. "r: .

)161.. + Pal been efficacious, and- the evil disappeared reclituJe, alhenian stoicism, there, we serious}loss 'to the public service will ..arise I -"'(Signed) A>DRKW JOHNSON,"*. I

\ A Notice Debtors and Creditors, Estateof : Their political maxims have overthrown find nation gre powerful and pro pernus fiom Mr. Stanton s pcnsion.! of the order of
In foregoing I
t. .' \ Wm. Ferris-W. G. Ferris. arbitrary despotism! and it is to ; but l let the i i iruptiable thirst for gold So far, then, the President has properlymet thePiesidentof pursuance the United State: Major :. t

\ Application? to selljand-W. W.. Sheplend. their.precepts we. owe that the differ deafen the voice oPlbeSr conscience, there the i issue! raided by a defiant subordinate General G. 11. Thomas will, OL the receipt !

governments are based upon justice, Indubitably the{* communB will dcgetf- in his refusal to resign! hen requested his command t
of this order, turn over present
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.. .right these are t their' leave. Hut Mr. Johnson must not
to
bow d.- our privelege upon ; fate they "iJIopo'e own I to the officer next i ill rank to himself, .
NIOJIT MIrSTRELS.-Ol -
+t r .t.. .Q ,It. their greatest and noblest achievement country, and sell it, if such operation stop here, Ho has only crowed the liubi- :' and to New Orean\! La., to relieve I
proceed
Jightful and charming to be aroused from Under such auspices learning become should be necessary to enrich them. The con ; the great fight is still Uforeiiim.and General. H. Sheridan of thIS cornt I

... our dreamy. night Itumben,by the dulcet general, and hastened tne work' of enfranchisement Greeks! : nnd the Romans_ I< although they bad he mini fight it out. The broad and mand Major! of the Fifth Military DislricJ. Ma. I

:'. strains of our musicians, who often regale. preparing the nations for the not the advantages (.'-our Telegraph and general! i issue! between him and the rampnht -, jor <;General: 11. Sheridan on t.dnz relieved "
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of moral and material liberties. in in. Radicals is still between Iris policy 1
enjoyment Locomotives: surpassed! us many of the Fifth! Mil-
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r with their sweet "notes and "chord,1 I from the coromapd
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'a p Under the glow of these doctrines, the fttan'reft.<< Their greA meu less advanced and their policy, although reduced to the General G. H.

c as none other sn.ve the "Tampa.musicians' plebeian masses materially improved, they in riv lization, than,\ th8 of the present age, application of the reconstruction laws of stain Thomas!: District will proceed by Major llo Fort LeavenworthrKmsa :

a ; -. : c .n do. .May they'all long live to cheer felt at first the germ and afterwards .the did not c *nsid-f' tbein>elves di giaced on Congres, As ) a'lberal interpretation ", and will relieve I"j.j *en. W; S.. I
r Southern
-:: :our folks with- their nightly lees..a' development of civic virtues. It is they accOun /oftbewantoflitealthaudaccordingto : l whereby the whites will lancek in the command of the J Department : ,

.' .. I[ also?, who, as it were to crown their great I tliX doctrine pfevailitig al the time (hey. bate chance*'in this bu i inr's of the reorganization of the Missouri. I '
works have inscribed the standard venerable and} of the. ten outride! Southern
AllianetSTAPLES upon we but more morb respect :
The
steamer W. Hancock -
t. Master Fourth. S. on being relieved
.:: \ of liberty-"All men arc equal before ,&e: : Man laboring under the prevailing Slates. Tho Radicale'propose and bare inaugurated '.
of the
:-- ', arrived the 1st inst. from Now Orleans from the command Department -
; on
: law.When yet the Iast-throbs of fanaticism t"piJemic-goIJ on lljb'riin/ -becomes an a rigid and inflexible enforcement

.. r'.. a and left,on the 2d, for Key *: est and Tor- of the middle ages ,were di'gracing7 ..automaton"andarts uijder the pressure of the laws against! the Southern of the Missouri,Louisville by hj. Gen.Kentucky Sheridan
will to ,
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.- e tngas. \ the world, whence inquisition, the,auf cafe one fired iJea, indcj>e\idfntof, his own will, white, and have'shown liberalities only to and,will, avume proceed rommaui of f the D" [patl-> 1

.. :- :. ,. Several! of oar long absent citizens! re the torture, were ruling high, it js to ho abdicates the nllWlil y, the grandeur, the the blacks, whereby the political destiniesof inePt of the Cumberland. 1 .
s: admirable maxims ol fraternity that of his : 11U and the 'States! concerned fall
: your generosity ure. present several may
: the whom Gen. G. Thomas will continue '
.. turned on Alliance, numerous Frfth.Maj.j
we owe its abolition. It is you wuo have hit lure, his hope and the aim of his! into their bauds... This question thus proseated find in
:?:",,: friends and.t loved ones most cordially greet inscribed on your victorioushUndards' life are esconred between two ingots of gold: ill i whether: the ten excluded! Southern toexeiule all orders! District be may the
force !in the Filth Military at
I "r 1., .iI and welcome J back into our aiidU. Among the fundamental! dogma of the dootri.oof (the one that "already possesses anJ the States, as national political balanceof : limit of his Ruining command of itunlessauthorized : i
the divine moralist : "That/ye love one an other that he)is to .- ofcer 'shall bo controlled: hereafter, for
_' them we are happy to record the names of endeavoring acquire.His the
'. ,. : '9' by the General of army to-
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": '. other. At the magic i influence of thesewords high, his! important mission on earth, ton, twenty, or fifty p'ar.by their five !
,: _' ; Hon. A. A. ALLEY, Col. R. .B. THOMAS annul', alter or modify tlum.Sixih .
vanished
the sects the hatred of !is to fill his that is yet partly empty, hundred thousand! nigger voters. Is the
t & LADY Miss EMMA J. MILLER purse M.'j. (;an.: .Sheridan, l before rolievingdaj.
; : and Miss
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different churches gave place to harmony, he would at any lime prefer to forfeit! the country at large prepared and readyfor ) will:!
ir. ,I JANE F., KENNEDY. and faitli has no more been imposed by the salvation, bis soul than to give up Lie the political power of thb South from! tho Geu. llancotk reporl.iu per- s

-- sword. Every .one was permitted to go d. And under this auriferous: delirium, late oligarchy; of slaveholders Co their sou at these Headquarters.
... ..s Gov.':THOMA BBOWS.-We learn from choose bis. ow00rm of creed, and worship man of the nineteeth: century, would rally emancipated! negro slaves ? Is there nohalf lay order of General; GRA T.E. ,
D. TOW.'IE'D. A. A. G.
W ; our exchanges, that this aged and venera bis God accuWinglo his own conviction. er forsake! bis God, sacrifice: his country, way house of safety Between> the one ,,- !-....--
Freed from'the oppression! of religious tei- his than with his wealth.1 and the other ? President Johnson -'- .
able public servant recently) died al his residt family to part extreme GESEUOK\1ERS, ) IU\1)QUA1: TEH9u. ,
I' : nee near Tallahassee. lie had billed rorism, the people! rushed unshackled and Wise philosophers profound thinkers/Into thinks there i is! while Stanton and his :\! 19. }J DISTRICT OF FLORIDA,

strong under the wings of civilization, andgaveatremendosmomentum whose pastorship the moral obligation of Radical supporters; bold that there is not, Jaclsonrlle\aust, 1 fA,1S67.The .
.. various public'posilions fora period running ; to the sward mankind has been intrusted! you 41ock is and are rcsul'ed'lL,,! there shall not be.

t ... .. i over the larger portion of the present movement of progress. So far, sublime going astray ; the just appreciation/ of Upon this broad and general: i iuio ft.ifotmt* Court i:4 i the'irnrnrliate e i

f '" century. Ancient n venerable man Philosophers, the civilized world stands I j ooJ, of noble and virtuous actions, is fast Stanton has been displaced! and General prot ctor of the right; and privileges of nil ,
; deeply indebted to you for the substitution The evil i U Grunt in into the takes cl.tssci. I' has: been found!, that upon
i loosing ground. rapping and ; stepping vacancy,
IIe has died full of and full of honors.
: years of civilization for barbarism fart appeals: to these Head Quart: re! no record
i, r/ liberty corroding the social body. xThe cause of his popular influence with him from Stan- J.
I He bad been r.n active, faithful, zealous servility but in the meantime !it owes to faction ot proceeding Las! been sul witted, nor
P ; the ill is there and it is here that you ton and! his Radical over to the .
:'p % and an exceedingly useful member of the you the state of its irreligious tendency.You .:- should apiA the remedy} Yon hive dethroned side of the ndminitralion.! There is an rou'J: ny be; found., llearftfur, all Justices .

"#"J Masonic fraternity forever sixty years, and ha"advocated- (Jio tolerance, it was the idoal which/is God ; preten- important poinfgiined.: Bat. .1 is only of the INMre.ns, well n* Jnes! ; of the fj

I 'r for several past; to his death, be a laudable action but you have.cticed. ? ding that his creed adnittedltootnuch'sentimentali : the beginning the work required) of Mr Court, municipal a* well as State, will ....
years up -...
too much indifference and it hason keep a complete record of their ocffcjinp : "
an ; -m ;i" you have deterred man! from Johnson to clear the track of I:>Jical ob- '" ,
J has been Chairman of the ,.Committee'onForeign evil. The world followed ire ", w that nn.appeal the crew can
UI'II
your wak"1 his God tile principle of all that is good, stuctions.! We have: heard enough withinthe
.. Correspondence for the Grand aud either you have taken a false track ; I be has given Mtn>r1f to gold, principle of la t few: dais: of, the want ot backaoneand : he clearly unJ, r..lold. Courts failiiig: to

I .r : t Lodge of Fla., a position of, great responsibility your designs were dishonorable ; your d every <" ductions have shaken the faith contradictions and will' red, and brought before a military tri1.ou..
and burdensome labors.Explannore. ; your from the cause the result is clemen that the suspension of Stanton only

:,'I: 11 ->-.-. have created the doubt, and tarp, according to tho axiom : "thai ex- weaken the administration if not followed nal.CrOnDErorCnt.ozEi.Jon1NT.SrRScr.E: .

: Goij appeared to man as a hypothetic being lrer..e. 'meet* And thus, tho aim of life, up by other su pen il nlJ. 'In for jienny, : I I I
lie has ceased to be the fundamental tho aome of perfection today in the esti in for CI1A<5. F. LA 1:1\: : JU': :, :
I In our last issue, in a notue of the Union a pound.
I basis of his moral ; his void has no motion: of m3n.is to become rich, and there : Next: in icgard: to the five commanders 1st Lieutenant! 1th Jnj'aut, .1..I. ..1.' G- 1},. .

p -., meeting held here on the day before, I mere been heard in the si'crce! of endless fore he directs all his energies, and) com of the five Southern military: di-trict .- --- .

I t; : \ it is stated tftat1he object as understood iramcn.ity., A cloud of darkness: pervadedthe mils disgraceful actions to attain thin aim ; We have renewed guarantees: that Sheri prl1t1J5.

b was (among other things stated) to "peti horizon of divinity, and the soul returned ho stf v4-s! for perfection, it means to. be-: dan's: head will loon be brought Jo the ,
l icto the darknc of doubt with .. DIED In the: the! SJ Job
Vfs; .; _. tion to bave C. II. Mobley! appointed Judgeof s como rich. block-a necessary proceeding, perhaps to % l' ton. : u4!:
:. out light to guido it, without fulcrum to /in the stafeof-crisis in d.feat the game of lanton. Hut l is not I LAIRSNS M>II cf our eimaable fellow ciA.
the Circuit Court Southern Judicial present our mor '
sustain its faith the without
*
groping way ( the programme of reeonshuclion,! adopted I zen l Hr.> W. A. LIVELY .
f\ Circuit. J&e were not at home at the the right purpo. of aim. From this: state a and social condition, what should: be :and )'urslIl'.1 I L}' the other f"I'r i l'nrnmI'rl /

time'the tnMng: was held or tbs paper of bewildering: uncertainty, sprung up to/ tho most apafopnalo course' to pursue to i RiilMnntiallv: tile Mme n* that of Sheridan, I J\tfO-Ot tie Jlh \irst.,. a!r. D.\VIl .cl

P k issued having left for Barlow and diJ not many a religious doubt. / destroy th Tvil 1Yoal:1 it not be ald"1 and egiialk} : :! or to n :greater or less r-xtent. ('..nI. nil jtgul: : cmzcn c-f the I nm'y! r'ledof
I s Thus, man being le t to model hit own !be! to give man n 'ill-rent stind.ird perfeclibility in dUngaid of the Presidents wishes and Com,.
stive Chill if
return till Tuesday night. Since our return divinity and abnormal and perilous siiui. I i att\[e resident of Mr.r
to combat the niateriali byits atiestiun5l:, I Why, then, make fi-h cf
we bave learned} from aajurce entirely tionMiiirjuo! of the axio ,to/;.man antipode ? This i if our belief ; nritiv nnoilier? To Meet the logo fairly and Join KMGIIT, about a.1LSUin two mites from town '

I reliable, that so far as relates to Mr : need have n Deity"it! !is to say nn/cbject may object. nnd say that it would bring fully, Mr. Johnson! mu-t have a new set of ; this city en lhe3Ut ull., Mr.TIIOVAS a
of worship. As he had to choose/, selected us back to the old error of !sentimenUlism.: ommin'len from first last.Otberwisehe
I military : : to l.-
Mobley' being appointed to the Judge'li i KELLY an old resident: of this: i
.
a the idol.that w the mo!'t;malleable Indeed i1it po*iblo that good faith, self will fail to touch tlH.Iltdicltl: :
ship is incorrect. That no successor to to his passion, the mot conform to his hillrninllt'dr.e'o"' phiv.
.
: abnegation +:; are e<*ntimi>n reconstruction rombirruion: which run
Judge Grrns was suggested either in the tendencies. JIe has selected/tho (fr.U.! tl\l1I1! ; friendship, benevolence, gratitude: I from Mr.f Schenclv's! Congressional Executive : '

( meeting or in the petition, which we IUrpose a metal, a production of earth: an oject! aren imenlalism I ; humanity, )pat enal I'' Committee through all: tho military! Citnar ;

afterwards and vigned. so mnch beneath so unworthy of his Creator respect! filhl: love, patriotism arc a 'tmtitnen.I I and Freedmen UureaU machinery of the That
;
was gotten up noble, : '
'-, Verily it is! derogatory to his chrisTian tali m ?f. We mutt however attempt 10 be South, in behalf of negro supiemicy. Anew manly, sweet- tempered,
The PROPRIETOR who pened the articlewas : dignity, but it is accomodating to his. truthful! obedient Joux
t more ex licit ; when we allu ]e to sentimrnttlism Cabinet and a new set of militarycommindvrs t boy, LAURENSLtiEivis
informed by one of their body, that selfishness.! Tho new ,divinity, with its
we mean the ideal! and what! we i under! General Grant, who isgturouly I no more.
j
inch was the character of the petition. first dawning has nearly subjected the I l understand by ibis word it i is not this inclined tow aids tin Southern A few weeks

1 "We presume that he did not design to misrepresent world to its despotic'sway': ; its arbitrary -. mysterious impossibility deriving:; its whiles, will etiabld Mr. Johnson to lurn.. the ago we saw Mm stand by t ". <.
dominion pervaded.more or less na- in ori'I'I grave: of his departed mother while!
every gin imaginary calm of illusion Sum. ,
but acted from misiaforma1 the tables upon Slanton.Stevens, and! I i
.e only tion. It has! ended its temple createdits : cloudy, uncertain err lion of disordered I! ner in the interval! to the next appointed her friends) were laying her away, in her

-: tion; ministers, its apostles, all the paraphiena' : brain that h,is for o ct, n>-itlir God norman f I meeting of Congress in November. last resting place he but (
I ; :
1
of a true The blood had II imperfectly
religi n. .
con
: the that his
; we mean one poss ses more l In pursuing,;: first decisive} blow with i comprehending the sad 1 before
: scene him.
.'. From Angmtn.ACOCSTA crated its doctrine the logic of egotismhad truth} and rationality, but I less himoru-al, those othct decisive blows Mr.
: Aug. 20.-It is positively demonstrated its It is I i suzgs.sled, But be cqniprehends it now his mortal
II beauty. true I less fanciful I comr- tnt in its\ DeronifieaLion j 1 j i Johnoon cannot fail: i! to make a case so ;

.. stated that II. S. Fitch United States District that its usurpation had wounded manygenerous that is not above the r:ach, above the.. I'ro.i.l and a sensation: i>o general:, in hi81 t tI remains! arc ll'ro..itpJ I.y'the side of his departed

t ,, :. Attorney, will! at the next term o'' mind, revolted many noble! comprehension ,of every n'pration: every I j. behalf! as to re ult in a l'o' \\'arlu1.: popular I, mother.! nut his spirit lUcs! where j\. '3
hearts it
:*:. the United Stales Court for Georgia: prosecute would,thou nevertheless the whole appears human as if family it intellect. We mean an obj'-ctof supre=meperfectibility reaction in our coming, Northern elections I the "angels! cf the little oifc-.do always. behold -.
conquer immutable Irit
t I and
.
prompts in favor of white
for perjury. tight i Southern Loyalists supremacy : the f face of their Father
: it which U in
"' ; Ian manage so wonderfully every con incited l man lo the grandest! noblest! actions !j ern araiJ..tSoutt.1
.: who 'it alleged, have taken: the test science, it possesses so nicely the secret of his nature is! capable: of ; an aim that excludes j white negro holier supremacy of Johnson, will ep Heaven." Haw mysterious is the provL

i ; ,, : oath contrary. law and fact. subduing every heart it has already acquired 01, at least lessens: to its least denomination i by General! Grant as the general reprtsented btipermtepdent I+I denco: of God '. While persons! who bavo't ,

t Al'GISTAAu 21.-General Order its own literature-shall we n'ot the exuberance of materialism, of Southern rotonstiuction by aj- grown gray in "ickeduu.are .
: permitted .
__ / soon behold its Testament } Man naturally personification of vioe. And lastly' tolno
I .. fifty three, from Pope's Headquarters directs enthusiastic, pro alite. i ill carried) away that man throu h every his purifying in1 fence, thorily of Congress.Rioitr. .. their (ridldIh on, a disgrace i : to themselves as4 .
innocent
i r'. f,, r. grand and petit jurois for trial in all, by its maxim. It has been already said by may t'C''oOItbttlt'r., worthier of thd present .--It -will-, be.Fo..cn-that-: -the President i. i is stricken d.rwn by death: boy(Hut of six this cases dark
I .
writer
that
the fundamental ,
It.. rome tenet and of tha! lit! futuie
; a cases in his department to be hereafterdrawn ell' s -a candid.pure has clipped the wingof Gen. 1)HI.1' .li'peneation H reconciled bv hit language :,
,
I "' of our moral principles, is qoj God-but simple,faitA in (;0\1. supreme ideal 1 1DB. of the filial! i
of
i t equally from lists registeredvoters and in hi is let Sickle i autocrat of the Carolinas and Judge vf the ,quick: and the "
guld man daily occupations, A. S, DECIIEX1VA.REILDIVTKD. dead! who will ,.,
r him ,
compelled recall to this
to of his ,
I, t t. ; .without discrimination. Sheriffi will his enteiprises, does not -insult his conscience one arbitrary y :mieH.cnt boy, !
\5.
I ..4. .a.__. orders] setting a-ide th' decisions of the II I "come yo blessed of fat-er!
require jurors to swear that they were whether. such or such action wouldbe I -W' I mv inner the
; ,'. r' specifying in what regUtered strictly in accordance with integrity or I : .-George; Francis Train, in :I United States Court*. It would not be kingdom prepared for you, from the foun- .,.. r
precinct and : for the President .Iati..n 1 ,
amiss l.is of
to tiv shears the world
justice, but invariably follows the .dictatesof a speech lately J delivered; said :
If'i' county-which pffidavils are to be placed: 'I I upon the plumage of some other commanders Very few in this a
: and We
gain profit. must however in What else f community are.
has
Why
prepar
the file of the Court. Congress repudiated .; that \\ wart of. Mid have ) >; 4ell
on behalf of bum,iuity and such generous boo the Constitution o : surge reasons : properly to mp.aniw with the lre&ed .- '
,
thaKx- :
repudiated: (
in pwho, in this case are forming a ccutive for the belief that he will -Seutirttl.WIIVTHB << falher.'itllill" few short weeks he has Y
A NOBLI General numerous and repudiated the fist idea start 'I' : !b
Grunt has -
.t ACT. I n called\
.
re-
*nd brilliant mention upon} to deposit! tl& beloved '
r'
.. it stated exception, ed, that th") States were in the Union.- HF.H\LI SCM-ORTS companion -
: centty, we see f"uruinhd Glun.-
and '
that hisedeM
in :
guns our wellnsin torn
day as civilized with the .
.: :1'" ;: i -. swords cannon Caissons i &o., for the use o epoch, there who every their The) then repudiated tho Constitutional :;, Wo support Giant; says the New lurk t parted: dead. Mm ..bi. Nj d.' -
were christian |
)
men, by Urravemenl
l "iI: 't Amendment and
now they intend
: Jferull !
: rcpudi- :: lJ'clu'IeVb
", t tlut""gll1l& Military Institute, over virtue and i recognize ii him a soldier n dine. him to Mr.fc
make cmort in
philanthropy that UKw-
I j .;'. . which Geo.L e preside*, and he has alsorestored lei us! forgetat atin the military reconstruction bill, and and a p 'I riot who is independent: of I I III I e.J red ,
st "eme who
., fore moment, tho prevailing f r Las| Ou.lre.l] | !
cor th '
in bill -HWW]
voting bounty
-I#
.. to the Institute. the old 'Ca dg ruption. But when commenced repudiating party.nl over whom political! wirc-woik- : are th.y that
we do rot II mourn for ,
Shy manjwe | the National d bt. ihc-y .lull: b"cun'
You,
< Battery which had ( \ from i it.Goveioor : see repndiation era'rn exercise! no iiifluenco '
..
... .. overtaken: mean all men, but tho generalilcontra. nor control, i foiled: iaylj,9; orrow
ba."time
; !is ftsilonable' ,
hence .
Letcher Las nothingcan : and shall his g\lJl
.; publicly thanked wo claims to the 1'rtsidency
ry as it may bo to the rule! of tho press Srrow that laedcth!
r language u'Lut, not tobe i'f"so
save greenbacks. repeated
For II ,
4 General Grant for these in oU with tl.c
: favors and the because
find
it is not personalities individual morn We I that when h ho i h .
< is the run ited with hs lover
!ll
point in the whole
vency slrongett Ameri- the !
in it is said of
general pack
\ "Virginians are greatly that we are attacking it is the t'ice political' bloodLouuJs and !'obtoass
\ ol character.! and 1 j l they shall never: part. ngiiuJ ; -. I
:. ,\ r\c4jcJ with such an act courtesy. we condemn can : snarling yelping at his Lccs.!
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petual Lt!ivu uf the Suits, and tile curl- 1 & cnu.nnE1' CASH 1 < HardBreadCrackcrsl .y .. '.
and/or solo 1m slTTl : : 'Ycrfo vide. I I' w.
Hilical quality: ur all its citizens.: 'iV 96 BA ; : I STRIPES, Crushed Sugar, .. ,

l 2. Jf'fo.W.lhat the! object of Ci\H Go, H, F. N pE7., Agt cee to the } ) DRILLING. Brown Sugar '>
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and o COTTON
eramt1king the curityof Life, Lert f. 'ltb i
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toe lad Coffee jt
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nd
Property, wise '
and human laws, a and
tou 3 Ac.. :
but iml.artiI.Jm Candles, \ : : ,
ui.tration: olnleman, We are ,WALK- .
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srcmj.t and cordial obedience to the'ir: moo e. pn .. Soap c' r'' ,. t
or where it 's f

,daleS officers, as ere interpreted indispensable and executed this by law :\ HMANDS AGAINST friends in I'i' &e. Starch, II \ ;1.. '. a 1
to end, and cou.cern : FI M\ I late of this Having : .',

all alike. WigAy' w Present them to the Cotton i ( rd, Bacon, \'.&0. J..ty,. : a

3. Jieioltej,.That in view of Ike recent 1ti. (>lent To vhom pel'1ODS in Savannab Sugar -oDK1Q-; )'

tory of the Countr}', and ita present condition ake W.rayml'nL FERRIS fidonce AL SOON' .tD \' "

,the great duty of the day i is Conciliation, ISG':. 3t I # P1

c ,the great want of Society b Peace; and l A Central Assortment ... I

sacrificing to our low-of country our r reju t
.die *, and'L iog the animosities M DRY GOODS,
ury erig rXug \ _
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l>y our l.te"un happy I strife, and CHEWING t \

.far at possible all iu bHtor? memories Lanhhing, .n, rdate in and, 1..111'arply fofthet'ountv to. IDJlo ( ) HARDWARE' _..,i .

for their useful lessons of the)' dreadful COD e'qaeD for an order to' sell !) I', CROCKERY. r

tI of civil discord, we will de all in ou property of W. 11.'Man.- ( 'r. I

'power to reconcile differences,_teal diesenalous purpose of pnvipg the BOOTS, .'
and the benefit of the h ir.. .
and promote harmony.between all' W. W; SHEPHERD Spell-. .. :a ..; .1 I
People of our land *' 'Administrator.: SHOES.. t. .'Ii.. : .

4. :"Rttolted, That, the 7th,1887c, 5W. a supply 1 of &c. .. ... 1- "
appreciating 19
} importance Has the above :
of harmony in the reorganization of that : ."" ;(. ,
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Mrs. Cheap for Cash or Country Produce ,
'.fonte. .
State Government, and fuliy --conscious of tll + service, and (.; r.
of

a :-in impc8 ibility of bringing the People / / \ Jaynes, W ;; A. A. ALL N. ,. 'L. .;) .a.aT.mra

t such if work on any _platform which declaresof \ i L ; Fla, June 22d. 9 tL t r
affilisting with either of the grca1Natynal .
Fancy a 1
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Parties now disputing for the posmr L. ; : The \ :
( AT AWo crjLast.
) .
ion of the Federal 1 .
Government, thin Convylion \
regarding the Ileco ntruelion Act A a FLA.N Spirits of
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finality, auJ na p presenting the only practice. I C\ !
attention to all Lusines A1
* invite \ YEW general assortment) of Provisions together 1
the all
earnestly co-operativ'of 1 28th, 66. r \y '
with fine assortment of
a'.' ,the People f\h. State in the ctfort reha a .'"
'biliUU Jur'loc.l etsni Dry Goods Hardware, .. :
rr .( "enulleot. withNt refer. :-. J. F. HtNDr.rj Sash Too! ; m Hats Caps, Boot. A Shops -

euce to antecedent or j-ert-onal" collaborations, : following Saddlery, Family Medicines, i.
... I' Tobacco d: Snuff! Salt,
etionitietioni .
or founded
co .
on race
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f j & flEXDERSOX{ I
1 Catnip '
l Tickles, Mu t.rd. .
4. Jittolttd, lksat "..r cJoIIl of H-echand .
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A Catsup, Sauce.. t ? I
the press, education, equality LoC>re the law, ATi-AW And a Pepper, Spice t
e aril iu pubu'cttl c the Tampa, Lawns Tea. Coffee
.. rigliu and l'ri\'eg ass Marlboro 1 t
es.entials
outh': ;" Aud that the 1/ading principles i : the-Southern and Eastern ,vJr) : !; oDJ Perfumery Kerosene,. Oil, 4. t s V. It +

-cJfccliug ilie jter.uaal righi.anj liberty of the tt'. Combs, Brushes Ac., _

a rit.zen. to be euibudied-i iJ tie CousHtution, 18CC. 5-6mo. And a great m any articles to numerous to" \i"-" ,, -

1.;",iug been definitely fixed by the Acts .. mention all of I Will sell at greatly reduced ,F ;

l Ccngrrs sae recwgiiijte)he necessity of eecur.ai ALLEN. 1BI@ ; 2 ... ., prices, for Cash or Country Produce. Vie W .
: act it, I tclll not tnyirff to be undersold
iUe <. ; .'jj j-oiaical; 1 equality to All!!, to the a uffr -'
'jH'r AT LAW i't J, S. REDBKOOK. ..
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a aud that not Clltl ly at the ballot box, but in the
:ASK- Jane 8th, 1867. 7 tf. .
'v i iuaUuu of i ,
the Lonors and molnmeuU 1\ is' '.

I ...-. .. "...;c:, tterv'li all be .. KtitniCtlO ro-wing tstn F t\uU-jj- "? 11 fovr>M : :: Frocks' ,- : '.
I > STEVENS ,- +
k outof j lol l Ji.r"hc.ei! or previous condition.: FLA Public: l HOUSE. -

J I .o. '' V6..l.JI'J.TLlt.: idlh.ilDro itl
f 5for fll' Ul'roct j ; \ff oeruiueut, justice audcound to hid care. State l Opposite Itoulmy Green I::

J I pvh.y iwrbi-i liie taxiugof the lahor 10Gm. ; ON TIlE EUROPEAN PLAN. ;
acre. .. ;
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&, mUE STEVENS 1IOUSE i is well l and widely
I therefon. tb tax on, u-tLou<< M a diactiminar CRAFT. f .. JL known to the traveling public. The loc"D : _

i l H; "ft"aiDl5t the iuuctry of the South an<] tion is especially suitable to merchants t' .
.. .. Also, business men it is in close proximity to the s
'f fb./I' ; '
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i / t_ ["> >t.. and we Idcwe ourfor :r Y 1\1' L1'Y. business part of the city-is on the highway.. a
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cell .t sae all j" ""'ate 1nrinCLCrd it of Southern and Western J Jto
t I July travel-and aujaqent .
I 'ai, '' ... iu \) \. '\ \. [ Hats.\, all .. .J
t i' rep : ada.a s .;eet. itself. and <.utjWw the .principal. Railroad and Steamboat J*
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Jdeal C 1t4 :1'- .utter ruduvliou I'J now fully prscli 'V
t" I Ir' i I '" tw buiinest eiitrtiv The Stevens Hoa,e has liberal aocommoda }
any
1 apfeeat Its iiijjU-n! r.'a arils. ., the Southern Judicial Cir ions for ore> 800 guet.-it is,well furnished .
,.' 7, Jictold/ Tliat a* & means Ivuhle to : ; ( ;)) and powesses euery modern improvement fr .

I ', the policy of biate,1*;si .iev ct"l 'went: aftd E. Room, in rear of the : : the entertainment of its inmates. The rooms ,,

adranceinei-t: "'(ai1uur'people! in' 'fytu- ; \ Drug Store." are tpacions and well ventilated provided / :
: I I860. tf. with gas and water-the at*dance is prompt ;,Y' "
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iutelti:;<:t c*. 'C sill favor tlie .liberation : : and 'pectlul-anJ the tae i is generously *. .
the 1lrbiieLand1 uC UK State from rtie -existing provided with every delicacy] of the season i
a XOTICK. 1 i '.. moderate rate.. ...
ju-t acctptablo
t lien uj">n some b&bis. .
0 : GEO. K..CnASE.t. CO, '.
all concerned, and their appropriation (" ...ng'7-17 Gm. 1'rn rietore.'' .
P. CRICHTON. p
purposes of Homestea I I nAVINf
: immigration i and the support'ol : -,IOX.\L SEliVICliJ: : !: .'\!. .
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I Schools of Tutnpa. king. fine LAND -
." t jf i Jebcc. the .
6. JittolrfJ That we invite all who (' ; 54m.: try that : -
AXDPlantaiioll
q Letter their condition by a change of -- hf line Pork -'

and specially e People of our sister (arbs :Shop:: Pirklcs, >> : A tM

{ I to come withtheirstrong arms_ ;" their toliff, ? a.
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skill, and their accumulated vca.tb, ( I ,
: FOR SALE\ )
Wi1nncl.1'wff .
casting: their fortunes with UfI, partake ,: Candy. and f/

JM the.inviting attractions of this ia-tion () n T? actor, I W'ILL8ELLTO THKniOH- '
our common country, and that,weture est bidder on the 2nd day .of
1IIt social Shot, November, my Pnntation con ut-
all a cordial welcome appreeiation: c (Commissioa i I
iiug of 900 acie of Lani with. ,
cording to their peNn al worth, fall l'tTILL
; about 120 acres cleared an]wider good fence ;
"** -tion in the enjoyment and exprjscK' of ( + 'Y thi plaitatiou lie< two rules west of Brooke ." { ..
:opinions and in the security of their rill Alterative yule, and contains some d the best hammock I \

.. 3 and homes, and a friendly and jnst : & BAY STREET: to Mr. <, land in Htrnacdo. c'nty. There 5 i. a gooddwelling ; I
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bouse and all bt ont !
J 'tion with m in all the benefits: .and Lui-or RuDY, necessary; f 0"
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i O D 8 W y. board. < with fine Peacli. Grape, lam, Mulberry j If 4k. f, et
our local government \ and Kaniuna orchads on the place. .. N
9. IZeiolteJ,. That! solemnly disavovSng 1 .. 17-Gin. June : nt'1 0 I will also *.!II! some seven or eight ::-1 y
e mulas sad lion*:*, carriage, wajons.h .
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netion with'any existing party and I l J. FL.\-r: raT.1 I I E.w. I'Bl'\I\ln\l.: \l \ 9 Carts, farting utensils! Corn and Fodder r. ,

ooly rot a reorganization of ourState' ( ... and everything necessary to carry on .. r
pent on basis that! shall guarantee } '". --: '1.:'ulJ" ;:) T ( IlcrlC brmin Any person wishing i to buy a plantation "
Florida will ]lo chance i
and exact justice to all, with proscription r 't-1c 1 inKouth: good ,
de"irou only bat the People shall l FACTORS bv not ending; the above ile.
none; ( ] )]
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;Promo their! fundamental ltw.. to secure I Co' 'Terms-made know on day" of sale.! ::. A
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the ble in ,
.lhenu lf es :\lIdH'l' I posterity! <$ < : -
THIS 17tf. 3 '
r f ... Conttitutional.liberty, and thu tateour I : \ i llt-f Tampa, August i th, 1867. -
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I loved Stat. from. the evils! oU ayes .Ut n I ( ( n fllfrcfjunl, for the : .-....,h.Jt.. .., ....
"I.I.eJ 01 principle* t>Ir visitii ; '
overtimeutl ei : ; i
:. ".. ;;equality: ; and .atisfied that the i I .topping ..:tN% "' IIIS ..1--, >.J,1i; t I ;,
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'these beneficent( purpose i i- of greater: imp Gco. male | 'ot ; :,:' {.
1 lance toforprorlxrltyof our Male than | will Le STORE HOUSE, and two lots "itua- \ .' \
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I I uccessofany merely political ()r / I.i "!=''''lil. Ul in a most desirable purl -s' '

V/ respectfully' i iuvite a union of :all tla i ,nnJr on fonMfnmtnts. i i i" one of ; pa. Titles uuqueUiotable ; }Posesion guru t. p ',-... rl j
without rd.'r"vcc to National J'ohUce, in filled! at iovrst marktt ern at tic time of sale. \_ ',..
der to esiabli'h onr local government (' Address .
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foundation ju-t to all: artd sutrce-t I tbat a : !: !, Copt A Iron Tits, cd the "mire. Dr.: A. S. PtCHENIVA,
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L in thin on V dn.- of this ( !h Fla.
t ..''Convention bebrhl city ; on hand 1 friends and Florida House Tampa. t' ,. -
a 'tbe 2St.b Sei,.temttt'r. to j' 'rf-ct an ()r .. s 17.Cm. \ \\ -
c the constantly lerp
lionlt'III i ill i tit character, to secure ->bj
herein i ....'... .-....." .. l. \ : ;" ++! goal to .-- '
t t'. 1. l1TIIIILi ]) \.' Ci ve him Notice .
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1.i" 9isoieiOTiCE\ 1 I I U i l l Ten E+ L &: U O. II a Will r I : at-te. a J..nnar.lJlui1; purchased the tr' ..

( oFiULLsouui I I i 1\Ir.n. ant atock "of jrood formerly owned' ,
MrrriNfi FACTORS "* I
ill beheld in and occupied by Mr. Vigil request bit fnenlsanI
f J1. V.. .5, r A A. M L '\ dared! ( h* s
him 1uti, as
: ,. 1 .Jet Ra.o' \Li.! vt'ni1l!,?. 8 "V P' -: ASD :-' than it, acquaintance to'e
C i ...-.lalr--'u.UUi., ..! climportauce trill v all 1 ) Wa.lklns l>y tliinkt l1ecan\ tind as Rood bargains amour'
I < lii+ well selected and ".u..ral l Jtortmcnt
and
0. Jed tt>.- ) he ftl'o I : on ,iae (, h..h atea Phd .ls"whdft! io the dt."Ifehlma y- c +
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: < ; : Citpgdvertisements" City Advertisements. Legal Advoitisemen.s. Legal Advoitfccn.ci.tB.TlY .
THE FLORID PR INSULR. "
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A. CLARKE &. COA Allnclal1lcnl .IFF'S_ S4- St J 1"-
:: VlIiTLT.l AUTHOKHV: VESTED
X..iae.J the rifiwil Court for the fiouthrrn fir- : -
""'-- York' [ ] law. I leave thi. .l. ; i. Ut-Oll
veju!t Received, direct from New ? Florida uedt'ur.Vonrue and !>>idfirdB > in lilt by y y
.' a (Genera! Atoortmeut forming a otnplet (,'I) "ir M.d wM, offer for Ml- '" ',.,ht "' 'She t"urlIlou : f/I
-: AXD'I :- tL : the firl 1!
and U"r.o0 'iVteml.er
new L:: In attachment, am at MIlJ.v\i'!
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to &I I11..? t < ;
\ Sl'OCIOF Gpp$> "I \5."I"n I an.l the X. 11'of the! X \\ i "' --4. .n.l.
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t 1', MuuJy. J laud filed for $ttNt, .. .
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the S. t: 1 "f thet! : J ,1V" K
:., .- .' lIE UNDEIWIGXF.D tep ectfully' inform .Consisting.in j pelt of the following articlesSuch mm I iNIANT,1N1): all others interested IMJ and Km: will sat tsty I the State f .off

TAMPA., FLA.. JL. the public t.hatthey have just received. a C! J. nn V jy notiiied ('! the 'inllllile4.IIIt'llt, tv'tuxw; of Daniel lone: tor thee lIr 1111'' ,
- fteehAl jpplvof Rill elected GiWene*. Dry of thissii. returnable. to the Cirmit: Court GIBT.\V1LlEl: :"O :h.rff

.t.Cttalle. 'Oouds, Ready-mado Clothing Crockery: Uard- ast ''alieo for the So\ era circuit of Florida. fur Monroe I Ex ..offi' 1"tlXu'r., .t vV.W'oi.

J .. ____ ,., ._ ---J ware, Tia-warc, dc:. / d. Prints, Novtmberxt.and lJ"'\'olllti..n the| third Mondayof ,, Autrti.t S.I: 1MI7. 4U .
anj to and pleadto _
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uud Cottage.. GKOCERIES.Sach ; Gin gam*, *l the ledatl4ulItl: tlcrein. "

as Corn, Flour Hard Pread, Bacon clear "" j} "t JIelino, Mu- W. C. MALONTA. Jr. Notice.

t =- ,1. tides, Leaf Lard Go.ben Butter. Cot.iteeSUgarvrup'Itieelbmato .. "; t v liD lie Laine, l'lBil.titflllloru r.

tt. ,', Jaconet, b: w i iMusi ill 5 : '
1i/retands a castle by the sea, .
"With an ancient .keep and turret: three. Catsup Veast. Powders, iii, Vie. Lawns KeyVcst t.Jlltt th. 18tT.; 1C.8m I MO. TIISrlTECTIIT 1)T1HEm. -

And in dwells a lAdy rare, dun Match' lueani: Irish Linen Uareees, SIX. I shall.! iiidmiuktratoron the }:.tats .

; '.' Kicb and lo\ely. with golden hair Silk, Handkerchiefs, Fane In G of Wm. t'urneyloan'.1, (i-rr-..ut t'1\ neeou-H

1, F x*> By l.w wild waves plashing wearily. dc. { Neck Tie- EJ..ingc.ln v ncery., and vouchers to the lieu JmL'e of 1'rulwl*. olPolk e
III the
Circuiturt
.l .I.c -0--0. sertions. Vehet Gini.Trim! Southern Jndicial for .1 final .eUUra-"t and a k
lt.r rouuly.
minims, Shirliiig! Sheeting*, .t Circuit of / /or'n and J/OIl. the further alms i"tr.\ J
.It ,-- f DRV GOODS! A TRi111iiYGS.: : r > for t.. he di.charcre I from t ttion
1. sAil wells* atiiron bold. Drillinga-Blrach'd! &:: Utibleaehed and Dude Co ntiFraticisto / .
roe \, of the said e'tatr. .
Heavy Bed Ticks, Denims, Linen Checks! Linen 1
1 \ : Galliot aud -Marlboio A Hickory Mripe "
young, With Ures of gold JOIN )1 rr.r.cE.,10" r -
lin. Jlodiigutz \ yloth.
( %. .' Storet'of oil that Check/linen Drilling Calicoes, Mfl" 1)enimsTkkiouChecksScuteh I'laidal''r Ajnr, ', IjJ| for 16-fim. I
4 man can crave Braid for drew I Uartow .\'" ?. t u-,
Assorted *
Muslin Kobe .
1 Jeans lVniieicn, lnuneli Bonnet 'Divorce. .. ...

t sr Tu cheer tyilbvrfy to the r -- ----" 1
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: grave. binding Pin. Needles" Cout'sTliread, 1'offety: Idlition' Ladle licit Button Msria Mo Aquilar ---
r By tL.: w ild Vat e* pashu.g earily. Silk a..t.J r4 )
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Flax 1brclld."il1 Balinoralii. t
<$ Hoopbkht!, Ladies and Gen.
r' "_.. > Ill- color. Flo! ('*. Elastics; tlellll' I'1I 1'I.i..tctIo\\'\ Collar, lioots. I T APrnAUlXR..r.Y: TUC'TCRX OF t1." Notice. .
Genie : \ I MitiiFT! on IIi 1J ,
,4: j iI\ The lady bright i is kind and 5008, l.a direct Chiidren'uHose lld"k'ff, :)ho.-1HlIls .h., Mi>sej ,t; Boys'Shoe* A Hats : can''', .im.l11)" aftiJavit .I hat'I'rena\s.u.,1 Ihih'ft"nbnt j ill ti.j ..

1h piragua of womanhood: I Ladies Coats, Pants, seats. Under. ,Over ti: L It thii'U. aides out of the JutU.I..tIOD:. ol rt>- I Tiiim iv>> < AFTKR D:TI; IflU I
.: And GenUj 3T Vj4. Court nll.1Nit l 1 .. the Jud-reot !l'rol'1h.inl\lI'. for
t" tier wedded lord i is heal and i WI'0 '. whito A JJ. nt th. 'I.itt'J'tltt"S! : api-lvt : ..
Lose
\ > '_ Ile loved alike of lich and {>oor, f v It ittlierrfore ofdtrrd on motio folk l" "uul e. Florida for an an order to sell 1 1I
By the wild a col'd. Saddles Iridc! Bits, Halters Martingalef t>f Walter / 1Iou"e aii'd Lot situated in (inine vilU! Hori- .
wave .
> .. i>luhing! vtt arilI" 1'o- C. Malonex I Jr.:t4-qr.: Solicitor !omplain-- ,
.. .' t- IV. ,' Girths, Stirrups, Ira! & Mexican ( ant, tint the said Defendant Maria( M i da. the property' of theMit.or heir of John J. t

nE.U JUADC: : CLOTIIIXC, Ac' spurn, HONe Collnr Ac, ic,, ar do apprarand answer the (CoiiipUi/Vf/ftqnil- I1oolr. Jcce;&- J.
: Bill; "
There dwells Eicher ( .' Jrltt: IUChNEP.: .
". a on the strand. .
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-s 'Linen Coat .r on or before the third Monday in >( : I
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b 4 :: .... lu a littte'cpt'with. aVoedof land, next oihrwi e theiai oI Bill; will be \ r rii.irdia'i. \ l
Coats
AII'aec4 t/l'ol, forcinf '
;: i With hi* bontiio i wife, and girlunJ boys ] l'od.et Table i. nirea dole ncth.,1167. 13 !tf.1'I1'.I,1 \
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";. ,If:" 11: f Linen Uu..terl'. ; File. <_ed. It ill i further, ordered t III\t. a c.t- oj/! :. : :. I
.. That climb tu his knee with .
.1'1OB| aiit suit e, Door ,t Pad Loe'k4. -\to81'rllee ,' .
Palm lldt, tin* order be I'Ulilisliea oiuea V. eeK in Ihr SH"7'1.1sitb .1.7'
.:.. .. .-; ..If By the wild wa\c plashing cbiciih.V. & I Leghorn Hat*. ChaiiiK hoes, :--ho'elllItt'J: s"'II'c..f four months in some Oewpaper l'ri'eJ ,.

r .\ -b"t"" : .. I Cantou Braid Hats, eerrw &:: Tack. Draw i'g and published in this; Circuit. SIX month: afterdate Twill Pre'ent my ae- \
: k suites llatehrtsGun and Miucheii. !.. the llo... Ju-ijTe: r>l .
.un'*
I'LTCi Clir .
il' '. r And the lady of the castle oigh Wool Hats; : cr.VSOn. ,
II- Cap: Fry fleas. Ten \ '1'rol.atcof IldUburoujcli ron.ity, tvr.a liua .
i : 4 When the uieeU the tUliertv.fc' Shirts!, ? A true Copy:
:gladJcning lirttherou 1 of the eMaie-ol: lidh'UI.11 .JI"1
*. 4: ShOo'-: 1'otx, Attest: Peter Cn: ne, Clerk. fl'ttl'III\'f.1 ; 1

t. ". And eye wi.lr<'* that beaten to blest tier life & Bru hpn, flake Hens, lcAc. : fey Wet, Fla Jnly: f.th 1S0.7; la ant ci-n.ed, ur.d nt the !sntiie. time will a-V; Gar dnhar"o :
0 fro'ii further, hdnuniMia; ,. -
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clad made her mother. U well iw wife, Ulackint; .
J JAMlXJLill: ': .\.... '
'. 11 By the. w ild l.i. d c.. Ac. W ; .
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... waves j> hiog ctecrily.VL Bill for Divorce. 1'ampnSlsy 1st,. 1SC7.) :S *'" '.
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.. IIARDW'AII.tc., Tub, lipms. 'Burrs 'i.\'t' Jrvom"-: Grass In SoiitJifrn Judicial Circnil t ff }l"r.II - ? "
: -: 'f The lord of the castle, riding home Hound'fny, Flour .t W.-I1 riufttHorse; 1 ida in ami Hillsborouijh NOTICE :

,. .UVr the hard tea U1J where the break Croi-lcery-Ware, Brushes: A comb, Axe Helve .tc.GMCEK1E3. II ]clarets.sr I .for County. C K )IOTIItTEr: 1" 'n'. 1 wi'l'ajt' ) *
Kuive-; Fork!;*, .IoscpL(
(..am. f la f.\ t., th. .Iu.f:!r ot )i'r..Latr. of leer dada-
'lJ A CI.nnl'erI.t'.n"ri
Ii 1". Oft 1I..e! the Either Lis labor done, Spoon*. rYJ '1 I.v '\ aunt(;. fr it I'lnnl.ttlrtiirlit nil.) l... di-ellir
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l Harris.
',;., hit with In?!' wile m the glint o' the I'uo. Nail, ((1\4 Vtdfir.ot ) Pans, l'ais! Plate!; Piiickets, vnp", c'lr..e.polp.Ili'll.t. ) .- L.-.l trill Admii i-trniii-n "'1tl.\ v KV; 'JI.. Aft

lly the wiU waves piaahiug cheerily. Gun lube Wreuckcii, / ... 4 HILL hrninirbe-n/.led: a : in rny otJbe! in MatkeivK.I 11.. \"l1lMc of !vd .*'.i ttt. ,ta'rsi't ., '

;): "'11. Shot. EARTHENWARE &c. 1the altwve entitled /'" 1'owder
,' ; Sit with his wife, and his boys and Girls\ C ps l']ate.-Tea, Urcakfji.-t t t "inlJtr ...'t.' ('orllTt'li \ to nppearby( tida.it tint tile defeiidniiti .'i. MARIA( A IrtlV. 1' U. Ala! ->..
: i e !beyond the limit of the v.uthurn JtlJuMHl If" ('UI", 'I( .',.1 i.r: iti'J ....
1)anllihylthe youngest with golden .url.I W ritinZ' I'.ipor A. Coffee pci', i I.wl: I'lullf'l1' Pitcheii '
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( Circuit. tawitloud. -l in the :Mnt*wl M.ir\ itror.ksl: Fin. 1tr. hlt 17.: .
k" And tutus bio;envious a-idf };urrtnl.ea. Ac. ilj; ware-Tumbler. Gobblets #, _
'. eyes I It is l..r.I.\ ,'1.1..1 l tlm', tn>' Defe) ?, --- ,. ..
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Abd well nigh weeps for nil hi. j ride. (;illt't/l Steel IVnn: S top I'ilclu.r'nt! tVllnr., J::: .1lar'.h and: 1.1"1.1 wer d, l1tict ----- -
appear ale "i "i'iirto > Tjt Zl 12'1.l' .[ ettl ()m"nr:
By the wild waves plashing uearilr.VIII. Ink Ac.: Lc. l hcro.ruc( Lanq'.. "
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ioinjlnitta't'. Lni-r ,
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.0' And we haye Lare'on; hand a well! elected willl.etuk'i! .-.. .i"'h.i. r ;. '... .. -kl
) 4 Tdifire.. qocth he "tny ratik"and .state n .! : i.t.i l j orl\h' !' r. t(onrtd Fl.h =,+'t.uL ....1Ot.ly. /;
"r ........My wealth that poor men call .o great lot of IIC ker! Cheese Pilot, nr.\ *u i- .[/.., eNb.J 'e; '.t i'.'. .1 ti>,.'"< ttrien.-Ht on the Fa'ate. 08
Could 1 but hare TIN ""AHI:. pup.r 'uli'ii.ijed! ; it- ; IitCtirui: .r tierce roc. ( ; .
that titdierniai.'n 1' ,- sun*, Almond, JWin: Cltll''lr, So.tt: a1tRt1" .. .ft ttJ .'t ,,'f' : f '
r ;f'-' lei. Lapp home atid his hutya Such a* lo..e\ltIH' jt.thp. ; ... .
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.. wr" : Is}- the wild! ware i I'lanhiriijchcenly.;" Milk: I'ansMilk iVpjwr :Spiu, < J. J.iv7sS.; ClfrkrA. ; t. Tru' .\ .1'' n '.' IcsT: 7 '. .:t.

[All tlit j'cllr 1 Jou.J. Strainer Tey. Cotta. Situr; Snnp. Ctae .\: AHer.: Tot i'::' aof. ...: ____. __ ,
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Tin 4.'ul.| .s 'fobacnn l it I'
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# A JlAilical; 1 mayor in Massachusetts baa Tiu l'la'PS. .
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a' ref'IJl'C1] to license .' Co.Tee: rot *. : Chanocry. '
4 a llieHtricftfoiufany to :11 1..0rllInin'( .... \ u.t' nf-x--. .. ART liL.tu-'i.T:: '.;o-nu: :;?
Co.m..tit.I. CO"' Ill ,.., twirl StjJlL-rtt
Circuit J-Jria
I < play the lllaek Croi; >kJ! IU wawa-11L,,.. Anditlier aclides t>o tipmeroui tj) moats 'X tint :.'. ?' p'.1 (!t.J.\* '>- rtI.l!et :::'T Iai- tl'r
.:. -. to call U the Colored: Crook.: ... which we will.1>t'lIl.1t l'rICl'10 'L .TLII\'A.6RAKT& :\ ltrnn( a. I'rllt. J .Ipr llr IPA sill. Circuit of Fi'Hitill, ami fui' J/uu'i ItVter I"'. ;\t.-,"!<: Fl-'fiii: *a>. ..n..J. .

I CRiFT U 1 variom o tho r.A, r lic'es.' fee C"'H>li/, .J. <> throw -.n..: ">s"'. f'ii't, h.. uj ttt >'. ...: b .JIr'

A thief was lately caught breaking; Into liar in j just j opened nor Stockve arppieparwl John WiKiamc: 1v. pun--'ic' l aixupi.r.. -ly.io ;:";r .

...-a ODg. He bad almost! gone through Tampa, Fla. lo Jo.II..t II!* low price* a'. Lena(;* \ > Uill; ; fur Di\'I.e Jt1\'I.I'! >K Jt'iitS UO' ;IC-X F ". ... '-


0, two bare, htD" policeman came up and May J 8th,' J86'1 ff. nan I.tI.nttnhtia! I the place Our Term Martha: Willinm*. ) I -- 7._. -_ ._-----' ,--- .

\ '. bit him with stare.. .S':vernI notes were lire CASH:: or Country Produce. Call l V rU.t.1I.Tu nnil:. FlMII:n in my "' !il'l' ,

.-- I... concealed upon LiB person.An JJfew Goods I snit Stc/or I"nurarlrrs. rt my old Stand il M the n\a\ '\c entitled Auto; and. it" l l.t-inc N otiC ( .

I ."orner of \\' hingh tI .t Marion r Slree-t., made to Appeir l 1.y atfidivit that the deft n 1 ; .

-- incAUtious individual: of Ferre Tanip.n! Fla. Nov. 10.:O tf. dantreMtlea heyoull tlie.! limit" a( the >ou lnrn I t r-r."CIX": hat r'. .', lO'ft iaw awtit/ 't C ; 'J

J .c-i. 'ii. .. .., Manta the other day: after moking, pufm FINE LOT OF DRY} .OOI> JUST -: JiiJicinl"ireuit, towit in ihr ante of .1la)-nulu: I"*\j "i I >l 'e til "T l. eM-r K: v :e, Itl.. ." :-v >ute *,.

I A received: which 1 of fT''' In"I'' Cnilior Iti is Uerehy ordcro'l that the fin.lmt do ale 11 ill I)f\'k .1e..n".I.! "Iii, ; l'L*.ftl !ltl. fV. .t

pipe.ia Lis pocket with A. puck.igo of : JUST RECEIVED: A FINE! :STOCK' OF r"ar.l1nd pln<1 l. nii wr +.r demur to the .ram i' tlt.tILIII\, ..!. ihnnt '.JI\! .>t, Ui: .'. l.....1 ilI -

!''Io:...: powder. 'IJe was seen !slioitly after-looking COUNTRY PODUIEfactory I>!.iiiiant< tnll Hill: on .ir U-foic" thfirt Mo'n! I, !iulclt'lto5aitat.; .' tilt r"' -(II'o'i''': .K ....<5Iminedijitt "

"" Ihraa-l dijin .IuCu-t next or tliesnine will: l.e taut ; |1"IIIf'nt.. to llir nnd.!>"a i: '. /\11 t .
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I ti 4r a good deal surprised, and inq'iiringfor Shretir.. t7 W J,1 v* eonf.,*r.I.l 7V,'-Jf-l that publication of thi* I ereJitoxarid; }I""teon-'rntolr I.. i 'J' ,'i,,:,

"' 'JJtlil1C'. >!'J'r..e! iniitle in tome np\ .-|>np-r puMi-hcd are .1 bi-rel.v I nutitird l lliai I I ihe.c. ..I..,' I- 'sail' i- ,
bid tail and of his I
). coat. A largo piece Cahcoe.. Groceries in thiCircuit once week for three coti-ecu- barred at 'the t::\[>irntio i>f twueaji> 'I.. '? 'iu: A

Ia- \ pantaloons. Hoop Shirt; live luoutlii. i date uuIer-, ixhibitid within lliiit liio .

r: r D* Laine' II. I tt SIeLEOD I Cl'k O. C't.Manatee Vu,. 1. Wl- \' .

i'f : At the beginning of the war the p
i a. :.,; ,. of Texas was between six| sal :Vnhbndred I :--hawlt.{ .\t.rl, ::i th'i... 3m '

'::. ',,4 estimates : Hiirt 1 CROCKERY-TVARE, : .. Nod
., thou anJ. Allan's MontbJ L C {
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I heck Tie! .. J
J. ', to lie at 'least m'll&a.now' ll.IUlotll, In .
HOOTS
AND SHOES Chancery.
ALL PIP.-: ONS IXDITTID: ; to me 54 ro,,,- ;
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'. illation 5 is flowing fnto the SMe'froraEurop Marlboro. Stripe* Circrtyt Cr>nrt. Se>>(Mfr/j Circuit, sit and :), for the minor Le-i: ol .Ir>hii .1 I. Hixdc. ( '- I II

s "; .. *,, weu ., ( om the Sou;>ejn Slates Bicaihed: 4t unbleached Ready Mado Clothing &c. for Monroe aiul'jJaJe Counties er deeenr.1 aivl.'.I..by to'iheiV to eons fr.>. 1
Domestic I : Ki;
.f& ... east of tLef 'Mi.asei S (forward nod ii.'f':., up. Iflheu<> not I wilL4 f
ipr" Ac. Which I will{ sell l.nv for C Anu-lia
': ..'1 .t G "-h. n rytr, ) tlull'cH' i? ; toe.iril'iic1..... *lllf. W' &
: A, .\. ALLEN. JOHN) JACKsON.f. n > Hill for Divorce. .
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> <. A man nand Paine in Mcnro pan 28 2f. 'tfhe r I Edward 'IWf'r. I JCL11alOCINII.:: : ai I
country,
( Tn.mp nosh. T. I
.. + 30 t (fliaidi.11.: ,
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uc .. 2.. 1' a I 3\trr, drew up f will for a dy i \ cr La-t -- I ] T AlMMTAKlN/i;; BY THE P.F.Tni.V: OF 1 ___ ?' 2'1,1S'7.! J.t

It i.fIII. ." ing man and aflc it was iined a t.J read, T 11.\n: .11"-T; IKOIIVF.D.: : : : : p. r !.:.'hr. -sa t ean'e.1 the nn.11o\:>lunron 1 (' nflMa\it.; the :->ubpicna i'ued: in this f .
that the '
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Paine claimed bat it not and % t f'Y"k., ZlI..11.t M'lesntitof ..lietioii. :
wet right thejun of l-! :: 3I
'" fer fur nle at the old t-tar.d of KKNMI.T: .t I lintel the : -) Cctiitn. d! { : ,
Miitei-f
-- .drew Up a newote!, which wassigned.) .w the DARLIN) *;. for sale only, a !III\II. wdl ., ; : riorido.artd in the JL'ni: !
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: ; -: OF FIIESII: CORN AXD FLOUlt AND A I coiled ftoik asI !It..l :Mat ; I I s.\I.TfW"l'J'EIIOIQI\I\T\.A( : ; : ( \ will! .*

'k i. .out reading, and t was foind that all the general assortment' oft Pro i iivus. together; i! ofnay /.' i. t.rr.rr nrJ'rtJ, on motion <-f \\'lIt..r! !t.l 1 IIJ.. .
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: property tens/wIILd. ; to 'iine' Jla i, now with a fine assortment of STATIOXKKY.GOODS CUT-, lint.C. Slnlonsv Unit the: !*r.*nul I\or.: Defendant. solicitor for Complain avthe-R.' >..k> IVii S .I P.: \\".., h. **n OMTtmpt .
Dry HonJ.IIatd"'ue. .dnard:
t' in jail ajraitiog wamiBation, Hats. A Cup, Buota.t .5-llnl'. LEft r, SClOOl'lOOA'S.. di appear( and anwer the complainant'Sawyer*" Kit I; ) I ]1.t': or ilclivireti. in thi City a* i

ad'llerv! Fumily )If'Ji inl" LINES .t Tir/yns. FI$1l t.n or before the fir.t Monday! in C.tnt..r I'\l'xl. : '
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'1 .' )r, and Mrs. )tore, of London who Tobacco .: ::t-nutf j-ul. JIOOKS. C1IK1XG\\ 7'0 oth rw I'said bill will l... i taken a< "onf,.,Mil I. *

\\-t tale a great interest' in the bind, have Pickle! )1 u'tr.l.Cubup. U.J COO, :111.1.11.1 I I .V TLYL' der Itifuitlieronlerelth..ta be publs-hed: copy of this Ere I II. ALHURY, Aifnt.M h J
I' :-'allcP. "n.II we. k far the ,
J.1 >r.a.T 1"lmp" ref.! 231.1857U'f.I .
l; < with great success number V1)LES,1'1'I1FC- of Ihreemr.nlh. i.tome I I
taught a large l''I'1'cr.'p' : iN'. tu-Wrpoper. prlt.T.-d; -- -- .
J/A'AT' MATCH.. and ,uhli! >hed in --- 1I"I
11, of blind omen to mactineV 1". Coffee, l V>-> Circuit rm'J11\W -
-f use sewing! 1
Su.ar. Match*. .. a L'S, if-c.. i-CTCK: qarr: ;:' citrk. I I t
I Quilted satin petticoats and, gaue dresses Kero'ene Oil tC-c. A true Copy : ftf I .fl Al I'
:.. '. ., A"0" : l Peter I I .
-, are as well finished in every detail .is i if Combs Brushes Perfumery.c.. of the quality and price which will 1lfae- Key We"l. JUlie 7tb., 1 150 Crusoe.C7;, CUrt.s'nm.otice :: I.t i. F.I i.'ni-eon:, the! > niche J ot n ".. ; J .5
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.: gcideJ the workers bands.TACTICS. : Give me a call.! t Apiil. IM'.T.; Miinll: :r-:: \ J
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!, And a great m any article to numerous to JlE: U'l' puosrrs. -------1 )1,1H..r-... (:'ta1p.nl! !! about V j ar* jXZi.::: : rP' .

{j --- ... rnerOCiii, all of I will ell at reatly Tt'.IUCPdprice' September 1st.. Vt;. Jy-tf. \ Insolvency. I 01,1 :! (. 'M bw .t all,: 1"1* *lal! IIla in Ida.. ti

f + '. IILDICAL The for Cash or Country l'ro luI'P. 771' Is j/a.v t
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t." followirg warn- fad it, 1Millnot.sf.rnysrlftolrvedrrrcld.J I : AT CIIVMCCKS: .ltl.ra fth A lb! -rnl' rward jj be ri i\'f-n far lie de. .J ,. r
,, Jog' addressed t.t A. D. IM7. livery of t th" l, .
t. was to the editor of the floe ;. KEDBROOK. or*(- to mtt my r..i.J..I'r,

; ''r Ii S ton Post 1S67. % State "C Florida: ) tenmi'eout! }, of: ISro: 'k.\jle.!J "T.II\ inCur
: JujeSlh 7 tf. I
: f folk i mutin u., r. .-:,rJ to |hllll. et.
._ LI I County f ? that I can crt him .. .
: f C. RECEIVE I will; part 1 I LiM.lro'! .. .
g. green JUST \rheiea! Doilr Enron? ii.for
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RobertVjltijnri.
THE ,..IVAXVAIIN" ; ,
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'0 ,." } the I :Ailmir.iMratV on ; matioii that. w.ii i...,\ i it'i- t1!.ifx' I
4' edatur Lpstoc >tate of HIU..II P. .. x
post newspaper :Mnilh. bite t>t. rS
I NIff\iVrJ: > & mtIffiilli\lLTIDo WHITE Con. Mid. county, dec'd. ha* this dav tiled, in t'v ',. '\LI\II; \VIJlFIELD. i
4' ... _. I-rock-TiUe.:
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Boston
jely C t -,.-;1 ... 1',1-' -'"....'......... '!:..".,.... ..... YELLOW COIN: .or .>ui i, n wi men suLt.twu. ..f the inoj -- 11,7 2 ,
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if dont -"J \; J _.o FLOUR. said. i.tate.:
... you? stop using slicu abusive I len I: ; VJ 'OJ .
gage? 'about the Kepubltcan party { BACON". sans Therefore notice is hereby. given to all I per 'j PiiNthE.; ;
every havin
I elanin :ji:!aiti'-t the -u.l dcre.ne.l'r .
i damned democrat, iri.nman t cathnlick E W S I A I P E; It 10RACCO. Ij-tate. tofiletheninr) duly :&uth"lit"ttt..l; l in, of' 4 rLerry

e > will hate a rope put- round his neck :..nnery PUBLISHED AT SA1'ANN.ifGEO MATCH E*. the .flit-e of ..:\i.lC..utt.. on or before the ;.th I .ltlltiOIl nlj per-o',. from ro'VP, .

darned catbolick church will b LFIft: ITS:: of Febiuar. I Isi>7. when tin-re w.III.1! j.ro- j j 1 Wnvinf. hnfine.rllin ',- JL- ;I .
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1 burnt down or pulled down damned' quick. I I Largest Circulation in the City A CoontvomnAL ,I SARDINES' rate payment :amonir the iicirral cirduwof| | ..ttjv: i the f .lowi-| ; ,
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liiMi'vent
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TAPER or TIIK I p| und..I-i.l ; ,-. .11 .
cirr. HAMS. ? *w ,4 tea ;B
U Xo coppel head. I, And l it itord. re.ithnt the .Adniiti-trHtr do ii i .h. ..tiler-lMf.ded! I> > ,,
add! .
::: itwte i} lSfl.W .
--_ I I Best Advertising Medium. COFFEE.I I tile on or before raid <;a\. I in I.his'ontt t. u true :I I !fn.i;-i ig to IW : ,

FSi r What is the dilleren: ce between a joung TUKJlsDailr SLV.AR.; } I !and perfect Inventoiof" al! the tfrcts btlong-!j I !:"J'"f1 !11I'l''r! .h ;, "'Ie ::ftt.: h'.'.... sad

i girl and an old bat'! I . . . . .$10 t\c. &(.. I log to said E+tat+-. t:I: sp.( t iii 'h,. tUr- Grande,1.: !,{. .'. .j. .
,V t. Merely one of tim o t per ytirTriVeckly Also' Given tinder ny ha-,,} ai denl I It.f i \I j--1'! C .;.',,, i j., .. .,._
.. a pond a or'mcnt: of DRY -i R-aI'.dC'll. '
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. . .aC ? GOODS # .
.- p one has feeln! g. thc other has jilt. II ,. '1 the J'I"II\I.l t irt. M JI"I: : I I I S:. I'.. the prop. rtt of |I."I.. to

, :'I- Weekly. . . . . .53, .1 I j II CALL AND: ( SEE.; Cheap for CVh or' :.-"a'J: this! fil,dt\] ..t .1o t-.t A 1 D 1M.7. '', Any 4>rr4o ft unit i i'i"M.r- tie. ',''nf* 'r-.ar* .

0. '# ; Tic only way for a man I tQ fer.ipe. bee .I S. W. MASO\T Country Produce. : JOJl.V) t.\ n.ox.( ) kolaitd.rla!; .Jedrrttlewillir r-"'s.-rate's; a.J.' t: aiur.li

4 rag : is .\ A..ti r.r.\-: .1 tluJe of l'rdJ11C' 'o law. .
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