The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
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Creation Date: September 14, 1867
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TTliELORIHl i c lj.m The Laid of Larose. of her face hod at first occasioned. Aftera by delightful dreams. In these exquisite Lament is'not like other women there 'ICore

i .e t s I I long rwliminary conversation be ventured moments; his 'disappointment was ', forgotten do-'Dot hesitate to say what yon think # .t; '"

: and bis cheerful chamber was changed of roe. .*,, 4
4 3. r : : f'tcusnrobLVFaT4tatiAT BY Not many years ago the gay world of I to approach the subject which had "Well :
as by magic He saw,before him galleriesof then if you i !\ist'upon if, I only v : k..

r.I. *: -. T. K'. .s 'ENCEFh .' Paris was ex';ted by a strange spud rl.1! |brought him to Larose."Mademoiselle light and airy! beauty filled with lovely can say that you are litter uyly,' IJ .. .

,. mantic affair. Emilie Lamont, a young ," ba said,with a bow, "if women, wbo crowned him with amaranthine "Bilter ugly I like that indeed-that ,

I _*&". 1TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,: j lady with a splendid fortune, and bighly did not know that the Garden of Eden wreaths as ha approached. One it quite' refreshing. Bitter ngly very 4', .m' ,.

"**% ...,On c.I'y one .."3r., . . .. ./?* 00 in'mind and morning while Victor was dreaming a gorgeous good cried Emilie, with a lau \ ai sweet
ftCt"onltiiheJ an-
manners! was i in Asia I should! thnk: that I had
and musical
":4 as a silver bell.
ff / :.. Oae.t-opy, six .0i.III.1. O ks.1 dream like this, the etherial fabric .
t .H' ". -----o. aattnced to the woilJ' that she would found it toodayln your delicious. retreat." was suddenly demolished by a gentleman "I am glad my plain: lan jt age has not ,

i '. '5. RATES]-'. HV ITl:3 INn.( I 1 tow her hand and her fortune upon any I "Sir Charles Dashington is pleated to coming i in and exclaiming, :"Yictorwould offended'you. It is certainly venturing .'

'? AMP. square ((12 brevier* lino, ) o'rle&r .Tor gentleman alto pleased her, but that he flatter my poor Larose.0 .' you like exchange this poor room for a upon rather dangerous ground to tell a lady -
) she is
rirsl-iuMjrtion, tl J JO '\ ; ugly
f .. For each"*nbse<]oent insertion, ..5t 'must Le willing! in consideration! of her "Mudt;tnoiselle, it is: not flattery ; the charming retreat near of Paris a' beautiful "You must remember that I am not like <4' s
villa in thi- midst and
ti !f- .. I the.fullou'iui:*ttx i ant Lrgul; rates I Xo1icdtil': : be charge! I at wealth! and other, attractions, to put up beauty and splendor of your grounds far blooming gardensl""Cert8mly ihady groves other women.' < ...... I ;
r. 1 ,.-Aj>|>JJcatioii or Letter of Atlaiinistrahon. : '! 'with a face of unparalleled uglioe! A I j surpass all: my expectation, 0 how ; a most disirabla: exchange Emilie rang the bell and ordered the 0 t

/ .' ?< >) i certain time each day was appointed to I dreamlike my life would be passed in this my dear Eugene But bow is it to be servant to have everything arranged in the' 1
"'l\oli'e et4ors and l ... blue '
to ]) Creditors
: 8 ) i i.Application room. .
l ',. '. for Ii"mN ion; 12 V)1'Amioiti.ofinenlof t?''receive' the' visits of the suitors atLarose, I lovely spot With a congenial companion done !f''ny marrying Emilie Lamont.. "You bare a harp Mademoiselle. Do. .... t

!' Candidates, -. .- ti W Mademoiselle Latnont's beautiful resi- to share its sweets 'the wouldbe and !' asled Victor :-
.. '?- AJvei'lj>I.nlslI111d.Jitdorrubliealion., not,I '" place 'And pray wbo is EmIlio Lamunt you play sing drawing ., t

"," sp reifying: the cumber insrrtioneto bo .' dente. in the vicinity of fl"8f\ a paradise on earth." Who is Emilie Lament why, all Paris her attention to a superb instrument in one h ; .J,

1 j' KA 9 ', -ut>Iialie.l ui tit 1 forbid auJchariretlaccoidiog i I corner of the room. .
] Among the first wbo ponded to the What do you mean by a- congenial is rin 'og with her Dame L
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'J. i "Sometim*, to while away a weary
,; ::\E rJ> .r. LAWS. j s r.in'Fulai! announcement. was.. Sir .Cbarieg. companion f1* asked Emilie. 'Tbe sound has not ascended to high as hour.! I

.. I''oatmasteriarerequired toO give advice bys Da llin.ton, a young Englishman of noble I ."On who possesses an appreciating love my room Tell me about her.. Will you favor me with some music 1' .
'Emilie Lamont better
letter when a ..ut='cnbtf dues not tale l 114; : known r>s the
? '{T from tWofEce; and girt;; the rea-ou: for paJ its family, who Lad Hjunudeied! a princely of nature ; one who finds: a greater delightin Lady of Larose, bas announced that aha be asked, banding her the barp." ."

t I not nixtnVrH.; \e l I"clipg to .!" RI mak..s'': fortune i in! the gambling Louts of the c is'l books ib&n in balls ; one who prefers will accept the addresses of any gentlemanwho "With pleasure,' said Emilie, lightly 4.:. t
the ro.liuuttr lVcjK>ualble to the J'ubli hef I If t I touching the strings, and eliciting; strains :-
{ bipated capital of Fiance. He eagerly meditation and study to the frivolities of pleases her and bestow upon him her ,
or the j-ajmenU i i that have from the ,1
f ) I might come inspired "
band and fortune i if! be
1' can satisfied
,Any perroa'who nukes A rrgnlarly sseiziJ, the mend his modern soviet
t'i'P"1' upx( >n cpporluuily! to ; fingers of St. Cecilia. "Whai sballlsiogf' :
j from the |<0.t'oflicc, \> hellirr I lie, Las bubsttib' :! with an incor.ceivably ugly face. MaD y $
1 .. 'ed or spot. Is .re-Iuluil..le| fur the |I'
: ", the nib& *'ripli >n. < I 1' again ;n the world of pleasure. D.i.bing- thai a requisite! demanded Eini.io;: who as yet has mustered up sufficient you will please me.' ; { s
) AII\" use his, lipcontiiulmu. courageto Emilia '
ordering Listen! And
M "Thankyou.
of that beat of form aw the lurking beneath bis the question! sang
ton flowery
possessed pop
; the -ty serpent
;. ... 1'\\"pll ui t arc;?r or rul.1Iolu.r mayContinue one of his own little with a voice ,'
f 4 to f-on.l it.ulllill'J"n -ut i j" madeai.U: and ,fare ,,'hichattracts the gaze of artists, language. Iteally: Eugene, this is a most singular songs '
'i-colln-t the whale amount, iictlur; it is tales and i interesting atfair.I am : to sweetly pathetic. :1

i _. from the t. ice; or not. x and wins the, love- of. \vomen. His self- "Give me the lasting beauties of the visit i the: Lady of Larose merely tempted out of Victor WAS deeply affected, and, when i.. ;

r J The courts hare i'tciJc-1 that refusing to conceit. led. him to suppose that no woman mind, aud I care not for the fading beauties curiosity: the last sad notes bad died away, he said, .R.
i. t r' u\e le"1\ J..IJKTS a-iJ pt-rkxlieaN from t'.io I II "Mademoiselle I thank knees e'
: r-.. ... 4*j,o>t office or retaorirg.! and lea\iiic themn- 'could' ,.resist} him ; -and be bought it only : of a pretty face," cried Dashington. 'Do so, Victor ; perhaps something maycoma for sweet,kindness in you on my that and ,,,":
I AJ1.1IuriapriwafJCiieriJ l .eo ol inteiiliju1 ; the pf it. Good,bye.' your singing
.. -Ill 1 fraud. necessary .jlo\ ;,, present Ii imPt'I if' before Soon after this the interview terminated, calling it jour favol ite.' '1 .
A days attar this conversation Victor
;.. UGAL J\D\ EJ.TIUIr.XT5.! = Ltdy cfLarese in order to win her band:, and Sir Charles rose to depart. Emilie best As bo spoke a door at the lower end of, ,
put on tbe suit of clothes that his
spit I : and what be valued more her fortune...:; told him ho should hear from her in a scanty wardrobe contained and proceededto the room glided back, displaying an icner v

I I I With this ctt ect in viewbe_ attired himself wetk. visit the of Larose. apartment arranged for a repast. ,.' ,-
Lhdy lie did
can >f Antrr;--i.U'iii. t\t\ :ill be |'ulili I lnl f r,. not "Monsieur will of
,. '. ? Ilire I *' iiMyiitL in MJIIIC public irowcjaj.er'Iitflitatt'nt .' of tt.,' in a migiiilicent! suit of clothes' hired ,"1 shall expect your communicationwith goat once to the house, but wandered you partake some' "i t
fruit which is served in the !
4 .Jil'tl'ld, I- l next room t
I nf Snll to Fr.t'loH J orf9"1tX.li.It ,- j'a carriage: : ,,lOll proieedrd in l.i&bing style impatience," said Daabington, bowing about beauty the of tbe grounds delighted A with the "Thank yon, said Victor, rising and ,: '

of tke i at every turn. In one place ha came
toiWre'tc&eid'utl-a! :+, where are e ..
persons It. was a delicious day in June, and the As be crossed the to reach little next apartment-
.liJ.11t1 It.. or illl'r..I.,1 in. the'qllitf of ,e long gallery to a rivulet running through the grassy '

"i..-...1.1.> H T.TS:.l.-! IM.:\oa-l the Innito or the! ju-: ,<;:iri-ns and grouudsof: Larose presented bis carriage, be muttered a sufficiently turf, which saw gtptmed with a thousand "Monsieur, said Mademoiselle Lament, f
., *.. ,. ( d.. as they,sal down to'a tempting of .
;i ill
<> l >' u c utt wltchsuit; may IocrJ flowers. Here he camit array
:0, '. -t. >dlt!.!!. -hay I.," j l'I iJil-he'l III at:y Orw';'>n"I''rI' scour of ravishing beauty to the eyes ofSir loud tone to be overhead by a servant wbo across a grotto delicacies, "I wish you to see what Larosa "'

J . t _1"11:, "' .qi ",. lii' .!fo.CI'ir'4hrlrlatthe fault : dm. i!Ic!! l),, hlUplonabolCOkrd; upon bad kept close behind him whose cool recesses wooed him to enter. can produce. All the fruit on table
., : 4J.1\.. !' r'.n.': .< .. ?...\. 1\\0 V.-<:5.I'. : In another place he saw a fotfttain of wa. nip ?
I trm-cll: s to w "monarch of all he com*a from garden.:
> SiHin What But for the my ,
.. a monster gold ter in
I' 4k\i* ?* **::' "u F(4. 1'c'Urcfl.e! fir'l nut i f sparkling sunlight. He reached tha

.'-J .;.'. ... t.Ju, ;-1 (';1 .. ",U1I. sure,-vrd" After a dr.ve: of a quarter of an that gilds! her hideous face, I never could flowery: eminence, which was adorned "They are' !like everything else here-
I ,* ..:.,J"v., i.'n 1'a', L.r'. 'lf'r?. lr'LIIr7tli''r. with delightful. laid Victor, tasting a luscious
7 -':" 4'r.( 1.1'.j ;.v I'<'lor4. A.huuni..,r.t huur, through! HiiHliitj toads bordered with !have gone through that interview LJutber a pavilion so delicately constructed PAeb. "Indeed, I can hardly believe all

/ .f" t 4y, ? ..,;.t.:..:.'f !!:;. r'- 41': '.,.;' t I-.t: lu n pf P .K.I'I.r "fttiet to the Around and about tbe spot gorge
1 ". ..&,, t., h-"l'-p: ,. ,.. t''#trtt .i'uatrd.! Xoti.4fcb. dy and l cool grove, the superb villa oft f |I voice-bow can such; sweet, sounds proceed: eouspheasauua nd stately peacocks walked tial. Walking through your splendid .

f ,' .. I.....: rare: :i u+t u!+t!tr I,. taw i i.n'uprblicaxcY( :'" t LIIl.ol.I.u'tl upon his eiJfhj-turtd sight | (root such repulsive ,lips1! i with pompous steps. At last bis grounds! I could have imagined myself iD
I f : 1i;rI'. ,p' I .A'i. .;,.' 'jJ. .1 t 'v'e.! : eyes the Garden of llespirides.! Seated in your
Abe I Jifie be servant i in rested the
I .f 4f4 4)r. e 1'.", r. IU( ; .- < -if. t\! 1 q. ,!it-'f'''' ofrn. estate. uut l,,, haiiJoome Jh l: i-ry wbo! conducted btu scene-the superb villa of Larose.
Frniiie Lntuont ) that I vision
and enchanted which
not likely eying raw an
they were
J Yt Victor
44a" 'M7L' errtsia advanced with
,, besitatiug
I .' .: .,a '(Gl'f.. Yirdiaarq.. b'atw' 10 .C'tlLoliee. t through an tfg..ut! marble galUty into thefji.icu.ui j to advance Sir Cbarles Daihington's suit.Inquiries the magnificent porch, where be was would soon dissolve, leaving mo nothing :
1'+' '\ liai! { 1.e I nJd. to the I e but the dull realities of life.: _
"I .. : l'.t'yll ujI % Court 0I reception loom. .
.. : instituted about his habits met by a servant who !
invited himto
were politely
y" 4 ,
r ,
'r/rowJlt tor .
I *! I. Jr 1' "fU I./I' "', lUu"t be pub- "You poets are like that elbtrial bird-
I j:,' '.- .; .itiflal. #tic@rt<< ; ; tor.W1I/'t\dJ, '. I The matchless splendor l of this apart and pro-pccl, and nothing very favorableto walk into the house Entering' tbe the buma-wbicb never touches the ground
J ..J ;..;it .. milt .dlbe fSir Charles Ia h saloon, the ;
I it< nr. "r1in-Apr1iu-- went dazz eyes ) poor young man was amazed:
11'. .,.- WII f,,' ',' '.'!n-ii.itialn iun-1 l"'Iubiht I 1 I +bat gentleman was elici (J. The consequence at the: splendid display. lie you nre always flying !the air, and dislike

.. : .. <'.tv.i !;x M"<"tt ; fur li;=rui- l.t fioiu'AdoiiU'S-: itijjton. Tlc! floor was composed of exqu.i.ite was, that one evening, as Dash. pent of bis in began to re to touch this poor earth of ours.'
r' / ..' '1trUvti I. weekly for sts in\ iitlis.if mo..ic.: .,.wrought into quaint and daring to offer 'Had I the wings of an angel I could '
iogion was preparing to go to one of his bimsdf au suitor to the of so
-== -:::---- .. .. possessor Dot fl) to a more delightful abode than I
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I $ pattern ; were much wealth be dreaded
; the
accustomed haunts of vice the meet lady
: following
.. Dirrclaru have found today, nor receive a mora
.- fieecoed after the mauner of of Laro, and a thousand times ha w'uhed
= -<..: note was placed in his Land : himself gratifying welcome than that which you
back iu
i .. .' .,STATE OF FLORIDA.! ;jltcfore lhcrin'SOQ' ,tinted; windows. hung "Mademoiselle Emilie Lament begs leave While his poor chamber. have so kindly given me. .
occupied with the "
-...... ip-jiple fciik: curtains, which trembled in the thought, the Victor returned to bis books and studies .
1 '
i j. -((0))- door
r tk 1 ; I to say to ::Charles, D.isbington that be opened and Emilie Lamont entered. "
till.. r\r.Clin: : DCI'ARTMEXT. j vibration ot low, melancholy music, whose' Victor from his: visit to Lsro! with a feeling of '"
arose And4x owed she
need take the bis as cams forward
to repeat satisfaction which he had
:. .t rnrernor-IltmD. to been
.. \\alk-r ; a
't could be discovered tables without
**' origin : not ; of raising his eyes to her fac e.
AV. visit Laiose.1 His
'Lint.n ov.-\V. .J. .Kt"l1y ; to stranger. prospects! looked brighter: .
*ir.c'ty'ofHate-1: It t11..1.. :pearl and were placed in differenp.ttu With a voice as sweet allan angel's, when
., ; t I This unexpected: termination of his suit He had secured a powerful friend in the
r *'tl'c 1 Heard welcoming souls! to Elysian bliss, she ad- !
>mr1r"n..r-J,11 n ;
of tin of them loaded! of Larose. lIer '
room ; some Lady to him :-
lie ,%,tfTrfa-"irr-C. U Aujtia ; ,dtslrojed Dosbingtou's hopes of retriev-! Messed| him, and on a subject which is always 1
t ** *'; Altormj (it-n. ral-Join Jalt.raith; ; with richly bound books, and others btv_ 'i interesting had touched his tender heart, and it-seem-
> *, .* ,P..ei.lJ'r Public LanJ*-Hugh A.-Curie)' I them of 'ing:; bis position, aud to avoid the "wrath I aak to every man-himself. ed AS natural for her to be agreeable as it '
ing on flovuTg whether
i: a cal.\ ., House J. t:Qli.:uaa : gorgeousrases that come"' from tailors you are Monsieur! is for the flowers
w to shoemivI bloom
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.. ,- .. .* whoaeodor pervaded the whole! npariment.lu I St. Aubyn l tba poet !P'I '
c : ', ant other creditors, be fled from Paris Jo not know Mademoiselle whether slog.::
.. JTIfr1LLtr/CTYF: T. cue corner stood a massive cabinet Emilio bad invited Victor to visit Lnro '
;. 4',, ]inn. C. 'I;. U IJJl'utlt-CII: Ju-tree ;: 'i: to I5aden-Baden, where be soon after I deserve the natna of poet, but I plead e (
w. t: Jhi".H. containing curiosities, and surmounted I guilty to by moonlight. lIe did so one beautiful 1a
"' s, f \s"oculte.'u.lll.'tI' $ wards was killed in a gambling quarrel!! publishing a of verse a evening lie told her of bis '
\ *>, f.t J- 3L.r...<.<,r", : with lu<:s of celebrated authors, among year ago, which brought but little fame struggles, of : .
.' f y with a l Russian nobleman. his golden aspiration"! and of his
.. '. and less disap I
r.t' .. ... whom thy llnglisbmnn w a* p'easod! to seeSbakpeare money. r
.. .- ... .' I'Ol'TJJ:1S :t:: ni.tt Clllct"tT. The novel announcement of Emilie La 'Your beautiful book pointments. She consoled! him with sweet
should have
._." I, dudeslame4Gcttia.'I crowned with iininortilles.Wln gentle words and he
+ } ,... continued brought Lott''Ann pointed to the great
".. .* t lieitor. -Iiri* )titdh:1I... : t' !l"he-Vas ndpiiring the splendid ?a moot to attract many personsto I you to future and assured him that his hopes! i
understand that
tt ( Larose. They all! admired, l the beautiful Mademoiselle
.4 would be realized. Victor .
felt the influ .
'. I' loon a door softly glided back and KaiilieLanivtit : ; Lamont has read little book I''I ,
,., .. . .. mLL"r.\tOt'GU. f'Ol"XT1'r. : grounds and magnificent reception my cute of that delicious voice, and in that '
e .* J'J.lre-; .ol.at.-Jolm l>arlinp.OlerV wac nnnouuced. -hington have read and admired it over andover

,.1: Circuit: ?*.mi t-J. J. Cirrus rose art advanced to meet: the person wboentered. .room, but when Kin i lie appeared, hit Irigbful again, and i if all the world were like soft that hour he loved he knelt at her feet and toM her ::4 t'
... a Mieriir-J. T. I..-..ley. t ber. &!
face drove them away in disgust.i cue: your book would have made J
1\.is "' C..rol..r-II.(. Bern.Sureyur11 lie wan prepared to sec. A f.icc (amous.* you To shorten the story, tile day appointed :
,' + .. C, I::xiw n. I ugly, indeed !but wbeu lies eyes fell upon l last Victor St. Aubyn, a poor butaccomplished 'If all the world were like this for the wedding arrived-everything was a ,, ,

I a .('0<)'0110:01-1-<_):\Ir., the: frightful. features of the lady, 1 l.., shrunkback youth, ventured to advance world would be a paradise cried you Victor ready. Victor, hindsoma and expectant, l 1 ;.

f '.. ... ,\V C. lIeadrru J:" ,It:....th. J.i.. U2J .Ierll l on.t with au exclamation! "yfhoror, lllips er I his c'ams.; He was of MI olJ, respectable overjoyed to bear his neglected. book praise, advanced t-> meet the bride,when a lovely :"
girl nineteen with face and form which
"' J"-. .. : .. \\\Lh..1\.'. family, whica; bad become impoverished: ed. a !
t f !! wtre withered and 1.\.Jt.eli! ]'! her might have served model for Apelles
eyes as a :
-* .:_ *. i 1 aaTLCD: OF nit macs, Vi"t. i during! the stormy days of tbe French! 'Look at me, Monsieur St. Aubyn-i*
suuk in their sockets her when ba painted his exquisite picture of ,". .. .. 11,
'I.7: .. e 1: .\. Clarke were deep ; large Involution.: At twenty Victor went to paradise composed of such ?I' forward and took the hand 1
11..; I I'I. and] nii-sl.nj.i.1 nose WAS a revolting nl ject Victor raised Lis to ber face ,
.!. ;1 eyes ; those
.. L. H/il I Jr. La.11 C"n.tablo.; Pamio brgu. tLu battUul lifr. L ke AN 1 Yenusicame husband. This beautiful bee '
10' ....4'1'J, and her skin.was dry and yellow ai anKp'l 1 lips were indeed hideous! but from them than the of La-
'MlIiRll .txander other
> PIBLI&J. .. ,
; :;real, when be set out futon bad, come words! of and .
J '. I praise encouragement who excited the curiosity
A llecd-Toon rose had \
I: in so long :
mummy. \
; < the world he took but to cheer him : :
Iquer nothing hope ; onward in his efforts .
.T. I', Utl"n! I to of the people of P.in, her raving beauty ,

,.--. ---. -,- -- --- --- '\Vttboutappciringto notice Dullington's ':''the Grecian: hero depended for success on reach Fame' proud temple. Those cheeks being, concealed l by a frightful and ingeniously ;
-- r
; ..' ( : nnbarrasment, l.nilic: welcomed! I were thin and yello",but perhaps they had ; ,
J .. lkiiurii! [GrD : his sword-Victor relied on his pen.. lIe< constructed rui k. ; ,4
; -"'.' __ _. Jiim L ,cini few sweet spoken word; glowed with enthusiasm over his I those
.1 "' -- .-, to ro: i iwasa ) and but poetry. Her object in veiling charmingfeatures ,
-- graceful elegant wriUr "
: ; "If. will
'\ in you excuse me, Mademoiselle, I the of the world wa. ?
d his she from
; 31POSTTA 1 at to surprise, spoke gaze
c atJ.J.f friendless, Lis success was not I will say that the hourris ; .
rs w I : poor I Ir' .. are not quite so to secure a partner who would Dot marry .. .. i
'oIt wih but ascent-f "
: a !slight ( harming : -
1 plain-
I }, o;', '. '--v N 4tlOklt1 'equalto) his genius ; ho was obliged to her for ber wealth and beauty alone, but Ii -:',:': .,
Kw n1\.O
t : I tltllGl"catm: aW 'dJ among the rainy accomplishments of this 1 write for bread, not fame. Victor was I Don't mince matten; Monsieur St. Au for ber intrinsic worth. She obtained such 1 .. .' :. .

.1 singular; 'creature, ;'aiR* perfect knowledge: 1 byn-my glass tells the truth, and I want a partner in Victor St. Aubyn. '_ r i''f -- 'too
t his of
# N.ieE. BlallDt. not d'ucoaraged by want success U-ou. to do likewise! .
of the modern Sir Charles w' i
languages.: '
lie was persuaded that tbe dark clouds P. > "But Mademoiselle it Is Dot
was somewhat reis'ure-1: J by her kind weLcome 1 1'' for customary A Mississippi paper says there is not enterprise '
t PA, FLA. which hovered over him would at last be gentleman to speak so plainly to ladies .

all bnsine and winning thieve: ; and be succeeded would about their nogh in scmo of the towns in ,-
C ; ? \TnLL attend promptly: to en j di'pled! and that tbe world, ,c._ personal appearance! ;'

'V *tnitJ to his aN'. in oiercoming, or.nt least in concealing I.l knowledge his m rit. Young St. Aubyn'e "Mo aieur Victor St. Aubyn, I want that State to roll wheel-barrow: down hi'U ,
o/ r'Conri:: tmccts rcpectfully folidtt'.tcu
\ ,: wt. 2i, V*, IS If. the disgust which tic horrible! ngliness I dreary existence was sometimes brightened you understandonce. for all, that Emilie on a l'lankroad. '

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t The T\v IMaUiorim. o us to rally. Here, we have now before by so"tel@ (rum the florlJian, ,
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Li.r better understood. lit: ; ; .
Times 'j-
Jf' Sometime since we published the Plats. Us, two parties-Radical! and Conservative thou!! from the may .Ie
,TbisU text-no*' kid '' I,. ." -
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the Th languageof
called .Radical following :
so parJy'of -nnd upon and by ,one of which, our .

FJ lorida: adopted at a convention. held in State.must be reorganized and reconstructed the Floridian : tan. trr:
The G..1ul.c\ 1 .
Tallabauee: & the Jlih of last we ideas which Si i the i'
T July and one of whoso arincipJes "rd The Jacksonville! Timer .
A neighbor of our ..r!I'r,* ',' -.i' .
believe it was. and in our last Saturday's\, must 1 boenstampcd upon its organism, interwoven organ of that wing of thalrpulicanPar': .. .;.I.. r
t/'in the State ,of Flort. endorsement from T+U'M, i. < 1..r !,;Js. ; r
composed mainly
J .sue, we published the Platform of .the, so in i its machinery and perpetuated P'tic thou*,!- uhn
/ patty, 1\
.. dian, nod which was so ,uncertmoniouly .r"'I. .
t' .. TAMPA
"a and put forth, by tbe Conservatives of be, as it was before the war, that no I Union is the mouth piece, thu refers toEd ese; Are hard' timtt lor ,,. .i.d} UtJ#; ... rVes .'
AGBbASept'r iltb I8 T.Agents. .
': $ Tallahassaa tak. the of the convention U.i and Leon Now whatever he proJcedingt
4 County. man, qualifications or merit .
-.h .oL.- 1 IllnJ we have I ,' Ilu.i i igrinding
llth iust. Times ; V'. :
met here.on tlw The mt j .
ing the first four'CeiOlutionoC the foimer hold unless bebelongs
k may possess, can ever office, .. '
more than hints that the concern was! packed fv>r the last elKlre; u" a.1.I *. it 1
z .' The following arc our for duly* authorize!d I I which indeed, contain all the marrow and to, and carries out all the principles to choke otC Col. l II ART and make another ugrc.nl disadvantage havtog, f.a.f! : .' th" '
for I
} AgenU, contracting advertising jinjubticription.And substance of -the Platform properly and of the which lobe usual!
t: receiving! money for same: ; party may happen man the 'head centre in his plllce.- accorupnninient. i .
.. 1,! Wx. GUI1I;OS. Broo1.*cille, "-I.. taking the whole of the latter,; and where in the Ascendency, and parrot like, to utter Perhaps Col HART wa not willing to lend Now, however, lltnt'Uie walll i IIP- l.p 11 '

I 14* -. ... .. .\.1. M JilL W. BIADT. ;Msotte. Fla. is the difference If there is sop at all, all their Shiboleths. We judge the future himself to the.plan of deluding-tlie Freedmen suptiied.lhrough ihe nireru-y; cf -inn- i I f; .. t }. ..
t, ELY Orro, Savannah Geo. by the humbug of confiscation. Dort'eryeonsidrrateAirnJ:a, Nev/tlllr/Yf- '
cry :
mental vision is
rAnldss 1..1
we must that out by the who .
past. Many so bitterly ..
E. Ur be acrowp'inlrJ by H siuion -
E. Ovouu, New Orleans. What says our cot mporl\fY ? 1 pur moos .
If ... too obtuse to discover it, ave that the complain i of disfranchisemcnt, who are now Il will; bo observed that the Times justly key, of the. [bob-tail treed llavng;! Itiunder .r r.n. ,, w, ,#. .j

Gu. JU)1K. No, 49.-This order 1'0 Leon county Platform is a Jitlle more Bad. proscribed by Acts of Congress, were nnd indignantly; denounces the attack on training; sinew his. arrival in I the r .

t far ash relates to advertizing legal notices, seal than the Radical Platform itself in much more proscriptive towards their I General SriucvE: who i U doubtless no Slate, some six necks since, w.-, niire the -

; only in papers that favor Reconstruction, opponents more willing to join in deceiving! the BOgroes public, his ff'ratcns will alieady clIUll'arQ" .. .,
this "that whilst the Radical Platform roc before the .
when had! f it
; : war, they ,
ire presume cannot sneer the Peninsular'as 1 than Col. HAKT.. 1'erliapsthis 5 i i.* the lavorcldy! with those of the one !recently

>I. we believe it was about the first paper ognizea in the blacks only the right to t in their power to exercise that spirit ; so ; secret of the attempted stab-who know! } on exhibition; } on our s'reets. He U quite '

: In Florida that rafted the banner for volt ; the other, recognizes their right to that we think many of them, Ila\'e ',but : The Union may: say that the resolution ot Athatterer and really very' diverting.! -

Reconstruction after the Acts of Congress hold orcc. Each professes to hatbe interests little room to complain. We all know, censure was withdrawn but it was not-it Exhibition days-Thursdays and Satur-

r' were passed, and for which .it has beec ; lhereJ. It was read i twice i in I daj s. '" ,
of the State, and its prosperity at t that before tho war, no whig or democrat I was only !m i '
; .. 'branded by a few extremists, as a Radical) a loud rotes: by the Secretary, who teenutl 1 i' Thursday, for grownfolkAdmissico, .
heart ; and according to a conceded principle could be elected where
Journal any where the opposite I Tf
I familiar with the h.ind-writing: for he rend: I n cenl '
It --- ... --- in logic, we are compelled to believe had tIle ,
party ascendency-and even it without helitatiolInJ! with great em Saturdays, for children: Admission, ,. s. '
;. The
f '.."-- Her Weil. Disjmlch. that each is honest and sincere, until the no man of the ascendant party, whatever phasis.) :! Then a motion was! made by Judge; Ticenty-jifC j>er cent, discount from y'yr- ,

This is the name of a new paper, justtarted converse has been proven. Each professes his qualifications} ) or merits might be, unless USHER to !tar the reiolulion on the. table, nurrules. i iN. !

t at Key West, W. C. MALOXET Jr. I which wa'votcd oYn.by a I large majority. U.; We would! cay to some of our oM '
to be in favor of the Reconstruction of our in political parlance: ho could! the : "
;, Then! he insisted i t that the resolution about: i friends who apptart-d: nt the Saiurdaen- .
Editor: and. V. :W. MiLosKr. Proprietorand State under the whole hO .1 This. .
J i existing laws cf Congress ; in our humble opinion. !. ::010 the committee, when without any terlainment, (hey would prolally xtcitrf '

.. : P litiaLr. Price $S. Each prrftsies to recognize in he blackman is all wrong. We see Hint+ it has already further proceeding.. : *, it was handed over t ti to better eats hereafter br RI1t'lilling l hUh" "

From its Klaratime Commercial, nh red a fii"nd and a brother, entitled to all brought. u* to ; and shall l we again resutci-i tome one on the lull of the, chairman; from ,!:.iys ubi .iti..n.-F/c.riJIl Tmut. a>i
iff\\" .Telegraphic facilities, it will doubles* I which direction it originally Th.Awas ..-.. 1rnonhnf
prove came.
e the franchises .
and rnuniiies
civil late whose
4 > and viper, fangs have onre sent : '
; t.: not only but the last heard ot it, but it had!
) : ; an interesting, a very vain a' accomplished ;; the Past.
r \ political, with himself( except, the Radical i their deadly poison throughout our whole it* without the '
g : ole nece ity
purpose !
paper; especially to our The
,:. i' t does not concede his right to hold office. (. body politic? For one, not having :as yet t, of pacing: ; it-and so the wire workers following truthful and impretIvo

: ,tile ititerests. We shall welcome! it to our Now as these are the great and leading bten disfranchised bv, rent act of Conjjr&sif weie satisfied.: ; extract, ue clip, from the fii Weekly Observer < .

I"" ; '.., .:._x. -Exchange iii!; and hot e iu success may be ideas of the Platforms, and each seems we are determined pot to barter away our, :i TitECocvRxrtorTho.Conventionans : rcnxicoli i ; and commend i's rar- '

'- f.. f. equal to the, merits of its enterprizingProprietor. : to be aiming at the same object, both '..rav i own liberties[ by yeilding 1\ blind sulsiniat ( nounced (or'1'hursday) at Tallain"ee, wa fut petn4al( to nil,our rtidei'!'. and! mny wu- 1

", eling the same road to the same goal, ion to the behests of any hotly whaler er. or ;!\rai1.e1 and the usual routine gone n.ct without fleece, rcriiarnend: the. adopTon -ra. t

x .e The through :as/ur1llnllI..thou! 1a it had not (li of its .t
American spirit lf. We
PlircnologicnlJournnl. least j by t t..Ii" it.
I I M. professedly-why the necetity TViit is our Platform, as It bass& ever been boPnprrriwrly'cutnnddriad, .' I ve } 3

..) The and parties to effect that, which could be BO our practice ihrough life We expect! then, i lit a concert of action on ,tie part of r docs breathe the tarp enmint? of every :
August numbers of
September -
. much better, and more' }harmoniously con- in, ihe future, ns we have ever' done in the- I I the mnnaglny element that ,,"ouItLha\'c honest :and dcvotrd! : patriot: in our Cuunl'!. t 'e

1.r! .. ,thievery interesting Journal, have been sumattd united done honor I to even diplomatized trickster,: The mere partisan and 'to
by a and! combined effort( : ) self inlmttrd' of
; pa .t t, to support those for office, most worthy ,
: laid
upon our table by. a subscriber. F"w and an rem,,irkttMe BS the
if "l' Why the necessity of jwties, when all! are unexpected: by cour-c,. Mill) "Stl.tw it. '
mODthliu bare mor valuable and inter- most competent, regardless! of party : old and rllled/ ('(1m mUllil v, Col. Hart, the l'oth 0 r
'1: .. .I.. .sting reading muter than this. It e agreed f We fear there is a wrong some lines ; and t to f'ufpoit, measures, best t father of tl.e Republican: 'Party in Florid the sections are. !sr.metvbnt guiltv! save t
m'where ; n covert, secret object some here1nol in and thicugh and who-e untt-aMn : Ailvt-rti. i.f o,irs i ins j
braces calculated our judgment, lo ndtnncc by ;; eer' ""
i in its,scope, almost every sulject, developed for we for f I lions the conrcntion: itself i: was l'J into teniprrute l.ingii.c; f.II11ILk n:/ r..fcrt'lItt*: a '.
t jet ; cannot see the general good without 1
t .' ..calculated to instruct and inform the mind. regnid to the, a reality, was lilt i, to trll lIiI1 ill t., I iLtHow bh'Ule) nut be r,-ar- v I
our life, the necessity for party action party or routes whence ufu-erttnoniou-'ly cat : *-, ircteJ. oft. 110!
.' AI to the truth of : they way origl- as he with other. weeks; n Ccmrrssm! '"n wip..
science two r
.. Phrenology, M a ; ago, aerd ostentatiously -
where;)the and; partly ,
body of hl1l1l
.. great masses the nata. p.Hu { "It and r"Llllt.IUul
". ,we have too much evidence to ;I read! out of tht! ptiiy: by the thY ;
remain un ,1 lit h.itul
.. people are almost a unit in the object of ....aTIa..Jurloln.II.r. two montli's citizen editor of the' UI.ion.Col I' bow cumtnun lu "reltL 1 : s
skeptical. There. are a few articles) ('f K'a.'iraU: a'' munhrert!! ,' Jlt'ljluert,
pursuit. Tiuir( Oribom Wa: niadd J..llllan..I.I-1.e-i aac.and
rind flic i
.i ia the numbers, before us worth I tr'rlythimrl. 1 I, :: !.1dldt i4 bad l 1t'r .elieve"
richly Just the Itrpiihliniii, irate C'oiiiciilionntTallaliu dent and a Mr. Con.-tn. :, CW.rm:: of a SuteKxeculive t .
as visions tt'1 I
bright of hope in the t 1ltA 4unihrra
the <' cc. po"f.t" are Ja'w ahidi
subscription price : 13. per annum. : Committee., lUsolutton: \
.-- future, began to animate our "l'iril1t.y d\v, We command the following remark of i adopted as usual but have Lot tiber"crt'I u I 1 .yaf!', hut the t-unfteliing majority
.1lt. utitihi ,
JJorke's AVeckly for Dof Sandis and tafres'our dreams by night ; us the the Jacksonville; Times, \in reference to ths given to the public I : r rk.k.:t'}" Tliat e BO r eon fi r .

Glrilli'This Siren song was just lulling! our hitherto Republican Convention, held At TaUahlseeto .\ resolution:! :greatly! to bo regretted and n them-tore; .iangl/It y tiiut. instead. of irjriirtg.

a most, beautiful) and interesting perturbed spirits into the serious attention of our RepuMifanfiiends : in our view, liS unjti>t as unci'lt-d' for, w.v.inlroduied caita.r7 rots. IvEr. We I atirrb; vIhldthri "
a .
Sabbath dreamy Anticipation rtls., hr'# -,_ ,.
School native residents ''' .1,1
Weekly published at Macon : .- of South Florid at the ir.sti::'ition: of it-rii: r. :"- fe.r
of future ]1'ar tilts
Geo.. by the justly celebrated Metbo- harmony anJ bright prospects It sec mi there are now two Republican: : p.i ties, rcllYCtinupoti (um-ril; : \ :-: MS j Ililt'nl'n'l' m",tii nr r in -,1' ': 'j. 'to"'- "
[dist House of J. of future Jacksonville plaue,. trentist IS "rh, ,0; d f !:( ;H' t" ,.' ,.
Publishing W. tic Rtt prosperity to our )late and per publi-hed at : -the Times rarely in the, matter "f.J"trlti.m.: :: : It 4-

: .4 Con at |2 a year. We spoke of this' present suffering bleeding country-the and the Union. The former oems to ad- The work of Registration. in Florida! ) i .tjUfltluU.f\! :: -,i' !tt( ,rIS V. .
of f "
paper some months since', *nd together coarse, harsh, grating rotate: the cause of( Col. SriuouE, against attended ,with difficulties: unfelt in tlicoih"er rlh y! ,' |KI; i'\ II >, T>,". / >
croaking of tUU"t lPa fat .
e .j! S
.with the "Child1 those extremists who "- .
Delight; a baptist Sab.bath would asperse him ; States, arising out of the( renrotrnrens *
School published; .r11l-more urrible than the destructive and of Col. HART the >r boilll'iJ. ruJ] M. ,* *. r
paper, at\Macon, by against :rereadv the points of rt-g'Mr.itiori; from each. other .
if .
Un. B. BOTKIX. rccotnmended them to the Sirocco of lboEa
favorable attention and palrouagt of (the and threatening than the distant lumbering from the 'Northern hive,' for the sake: it lion, as well! nt other CIIU"."'. 1 r.I'Il'l': 1I1'r.li,,\. ..1, f.r-'dl., r ....' ,.. .... : \
In.rl8IJ4 >
two Sabbath Schools in this would seem of tho 'loaves )- \\" .
The and fishes General '
ph>ce. of the fearful and s; JJprague h.is been most active ..
'"Dalight) has been the rapidly gatheringcloud whilst! the latter the Union '\" rOIt. \\ .. t., ." ,
coining to Baptist! s it appears, is in this particular Irom tint' lola-tnuu already :
Sabbath School for to the homesick and long 'hop defered' in the interest of the r the; paM s, I let it i..ix\ '. A
time latter
tome but ilia clan From the advance in regiMcring the name* ,$,; ? .? ,,' 4
number of urke's mariner, have awakened the aMerlions do no :jcr>If+l'o! '' ; ; z. ," .
of ,
intensified the Times
"Weekly, which is us, to we learn lbnltit" of voters: i is quite great. We have little it-

_' No. 4, Vol. 1, is the first we presume that fears and anxieties for the future iof defeat of Col. HAKT( for the Presidency doubt the entire work will La completed it"S ., li'

th't( reached our city. The cumber before our districted of the Convention, was not a mere acdJtn.t1IILin long l before the 0 Una ,lf.1 h"h'lt., .,' "
and specified tan".
poor fear Every
us, is a beautiful little ,he.,t and filled with we doomed; t at alii; but was. the result of a' cideration I to di.'ctedit the intimation' !ook only: ti> the bri .l.i .,rJ J |,'apt p" f.. \.t.
Parties sees
country. ..
were .
always dangerous T
Dost iolereiting previously'cut and Jri d' '
reading Tbo
matter. of the
self .
arrangement. e constituted (' !!. who Ih.'N"'r.Tt .
TI"Rt '
.. chapter on Afarooner't Inland, or Dr. G ors to the liberties of the maws, sot to t the Now, should it not bo feared: by all native seem to bo ia !such a hurnto get to Washington (felryiu .J/16"na:' IrLlT.\ll\.t .:;.rtECf,, t( t .
k don in March of his Children, will prosperity of Constitutional Florida l Republican: !*, that all the iloir/rt.:) r
prove Governmentsin arrangoments they can't 'wait for the : \TL. +T.1, (;i..hiu
'.- wagon. 1::. l ei_
t 'exceedingly i interesting to all our yon.og any country, at any age anJ under for all the officers in the Stale, are I !In)justice to General Sprigue and n* 'Cf, Ef. anDC, \ s't '.'

U yolks, as they refer to incidents in the early' circurostauca but any already 'cut and dried,' that the sentiment showing the speciousness' of the ,J I. Xo.4:'. r oS ... ".
particularly allege: The "
; t'ammandi;i.
4* a history' of Tampa and its btautifal Hay are limy I enunciated: in (he convention by Liberty ;j ground of cenuie, we here tate what '1 !A'IbnNl! t 11..t the C Cenernl'hal} 1't"1'II.. ".

and the Islands connected therewith We so in ourcountry in its present demoralized I L Billing* in reference to Col.! HART, is but j ji would otherwise hays irmained' } un+:tid. / 1)srirtAtr:I ;: only l"lnt cl-r..viu offltftr, hi+in rJ"r thii, )titer., '

-. see also from a Prospectus accompanyingh condition. Th're my have been times in i F the sentiment of too many of his das: *. in I That the same disposition nrevalleil f. ,tins; .|itern l fomu,.,.:; arit inflnerue (piohdy '1P
.ta Dumber receiu.L; lhat. lh..v ..ill... .non.. i j reference! to Southern; born 'tt .Ir (II' ,:i,, u71.1.. tl,,, ""Of.I rM..._. h., l tI.t. 1"T:: '
---- ---J the of exery nun ;; soma cause br otber'r.r.. embraced; this "T"- "'" r"ln"
purer ages our own when I ; their '''tHn"I..r "
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commence country, a [ t tcit Southern :Mate: Gorernmt.t, .
publication 'o( a thrilling ty : 'a, man coullIot,! be lru- H1 tll.'rt'nt'-\i / .

story of life io Texas. during the early history plausible,l argument in favor,.of party 01'_'<. ted, because ft man born and brought, up i. I the opportunity fact that to, months show it-seif, will appear called, in i ii "I t Orcrrt!'m". !o tIlt, a. ihr, on WMI] tonvtr.atKHi !-
we were c.nrelnrJi ]
of that State. It is from!?the pen of a ganizations; might have been constructed f under old Southern institutions and. tainted upon in our' editorial cap.icity ago to publish( a I time. l.y lbPlfullirWi! n-.lrOUBC and are, at ;,1 I. *ni P.-.rtint .
talented) Floridian now residing in Texas, in order to watch and timely check any with the evil influence of hlavery could'1 like reflection, and which declined todo nconraeB: :: \ "'''''I'r''t'. whk-l/W ,; flo.l ,

', and pictures are drawn from life. lie I never understand! dearly, and out |I witi.oi.t. ezrP i'I| ,tt.ilir : emna
attempted usurpations on the part of the curry most decidedly!! and thereby fell into still : and r.ttUl'til lt'tonflrul'Ii..n S
of the I and
::. ; ted was band one ; was with survivors that brave} "officer ill-fa whe'cbe : ruling powers. This is but the dictate of I I as aDd effectually equality,as the could truo men(principles reared of in liberty;a free ],I I opine greater the disfavor! with 1 ttiUin: parties .We I (Ihi"'t'fonl'l"-'inh'J J Jljlltril't V I tlje; emi.arrft-in 3Glirnr: n'ulll'ritid' Ci\'jJ, U".1}in. % .,. J
i feeling, I in
!4t upon li.uro'igb: t: cUlmnaI ; : *
:!' was captured, and was. !left by the Mexicans i. proper caution and pure patriotism. Hut I atmosphere sat accustomed to free institu lion, willl| le found rooted in :Lo malice cf i toy Iy drnum..,tion performance Jnl 11rft15! of their. ,]n. ,
t for dead, after the inhuman butchery it must be admitted by all, that the pure tions. I l'pointment.-Tillll'. l t'ttaltio( f"l I their .tlioi.\1 lIf.'b. futuro *- .' + '

of his bran associates.' This sloiy no and I Without ... I J U. MHc. c.e l.r thY pntrmnce of '
to interfere ttl'ir .
patriotic rpirit which characterized the attempting in "- "ft: .
any "
iayimph '
,, doubt, will be interesting to all 1fl1 "a-ioll ( .
Florida readers. W* shall. band our the young days of Washington, the elder Adam: +, J"f. 'family broil whaicv r-no! profe!'>in;; io i AM I A ]1tAnlrLl-Got: i ? 1 I. fotbid.} Ca'} i nlaf, IGP 1r,'\'iaian.li th J"I"'I'r l;eueral+ IInilJlt'ntit} ._ t'. ... .
present belong: to any party, as such whatever: me other name but "thou IIn.1 i, orurr abovrrrt.rrrlta
ferson Ma !i iiOC and jel HS Jovestj i t h E.r+. t
number < Monroe has 411 '
to since
a over Superintendent cf long ; we would) commend this mint of the flIII.lo- ;
j roadi'h'I'\ "f
ml-ject li
the MetBoJUt Sabbath School here, andwe degenerated into a mere spirit of ambition worthy, the serious attention t-f nil as our'one j.i me; call me not a Radical.: : What a I I ClI'f" nnkllh tw d'ftttt the? \cculibll l'Iv\i.loontt.i... .. I
Faa. of "
hope, in a short time, to Lear of a and a thirst for office, and a scramble. for live Florida Republican. We would not trample uprtrr:[ and de piur of the Con'tiI I. K,"III.>onstra./.' it'lion t;!.....A-K' the ,. .i... .

'*o large subscription .going. ..up. spoils. As evidence of this fact, look AI* bo understood' as bating any objection nt I t'ltion of. my country, a rilffer:: and I\lm.'j l ti'*iii<::lIt! or tlllIo'r i "tore vfiKi.il nr
all, to a Xorthiruer, as t-iu-h, provided; be !s 4 Oar flalcaVtralvtiton? Bulletin the of the usual!! nominees of each of the great my -nn oppress Mate l 1'I'f'i.Je.l f",r L- 'i
organ tomes among us in :good faith 10 Bottle< and,1 ser of or. IUhidp\II..n\\ or t,niinanrr,6r \
: the Radicals i ia Texas. in its issue of the leading parties, for years before the war' : i identify himself! Nigh! the the future inter' | my f'i'ople-In avowed enemy cf I i \/the I'r"t"'r '''f'1 UHV, "I"tee l duty I cj.iVTo.v it

19th instant., makes the following candid Wore they the men of( tie best talents sal Pits of our State ; but we do olject t tr' to !i! my.own race and color, anal a worshipper, :.110 h.\ra, <1.. sorb, pubi.yitas 1\II.t! :,: : III Ie fn30lr: lit

rt t rs- sod< pregnant statement with regard t to purest principles! of the respective parties 'I Northern adventurers, coming, ;: here and) I at the shrine of Africi No, no, not :a I I .appo' +rd aul pafAy"f: not' ol'l'\""lilt re tnly%'ontu U ISMS'tioii nut ...
usurping all the cilices the j Radical.: .1..tthf'01... tn. S
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jbe and his Nay verily. But they were the men cf t : : too anything Else: lut strut !\ nor attempt t.. tll. .
x ; : negro prerogatives : our native born Southeiners., I inanvl/ianr.er. the Civil .
can't .llic .
.... "We may just u well ctato tne truthat J 'availability' in tho party without regard help but have more confiJence 11'4 in one i.,j .don't call me Radical; : ) !Journal of Ccm- teal trim l-v, { iheililitaiy! .\urinjitit-! in("M|I"e["l'rfli"; ij. '' i
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it., once. Whatever right or privileges i t Fto any qualifications whatever ; and tho : whose interests are identified with our own, nurce. vf violence; *or disrhArYaf: irdiitvl.yihnin. t

: bare been bestowed the freedmen I tbaa in a Hence I' ----A.TRl'nr :.,.- pirorecution or 'other! penalty '
on by the ; present, melancholy condition of our coon stranger. though n democrat I 1It"'on lit II,, Military rt..fl"'l tiotii is \\ ;i.jftn| .
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r .i North bare been given of necessity.? as; we have always! professed to be FROYAN U.NEirncTEoScrRrn.repeat fvr ado: performed ia their official p .
try, was long ; i-apaeltr.:
S is a mistake I many years ago, anticipatedand I in 1636. could but have IV.. All otnoers! ii this
t great to IUpp6s0 that there I II yet we more con- < We the al Militarv! I>i"trior.
:,at ,ji r is any superfluity of Jovo for colored men I feared by the more sober reflecting fidenccin Hugh: Lawson White! of Tennessee warning to cur Republican: : *I.ureaii.alloNirers! Amt n'nt": of the i Vreedmca', .-}

ia the bosoms of the Northern people. and conservative of our politicians. Hence,, I for the Presidency, than in Mirtin Van i'! ,friends in all parts of the countiv, that other tenons and all in]J lu>lr.|, Of iei; .trati: ,),,' or '1'-

= There lean intense hatred |of rebellion.- after years of paralysis, and from which, I. Buren; -the 'KinJ rhook Dutchman' ofi j the greatest danger to the success of recon l :>:ut<.s under thempUvment its JJint.irV juris-lictior.of.the UniW -i' 1

I, 'c: ; Bat oo more love for the a. ro than {can our country' seemed just pulsating) ; giving I New York ; so likewise:. in ISIS though j i !jtruction in the uWl Slates is to be appre. diert( to.1 to F.iveprumpt attention to the are en- .. .,. '.

be convenientlyenjoyed.. The lines of f I j Gen Cass was the nominee of the demo, !bendel fom the rcemnf of llii, oi\W. anti ta ronfe t imms-
1 dials IS
1 i I some hopeful signs of' life lcrane extravagances and c'erru- report to thwe H .}
it distinction between the r"ces are deeper, returning ; t o j party, 'et we had more confidence '! vii Q'IAlter,. ofaaT. ci. ,
broader, and more indalable in Quaker hear again of politicil Conventions, poliluu in Gen. Taylor, though; a strong whig, yet j! g ogism; of the whit up"t.irts who are (fasteiiing DT cftieer COXM. who viola'rs it ty provisions.

Pennsylvania than Mississippi; or Texas: I cal Caucusses, political) organizations anon,la Southern m\c.: owuing; a tarrn\t rtrr ,
L' It 'would distant U strange, if some time in the f} political; Platforms, throws a gloom of f j jI' I the South and consequently identiCed with i 'negro population, and will ride them to Cart :;;sl e. ?. Itf A .\. A.UX..\. G. .'

., far future, the negro should' be :' J nil our interests, and therefore: we stippor forced to appeal llo the South hopelessness and dt.Spair"er our previous,. I ted him. >", liutlerbzs: \"riltton ,
,. Nor Inter
against a
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thorn prejudice bright anticipations, from which it.i. J Lard j I We preced the reaml of tlic! TJ>:.-! Chicago Trfiixtu; the divisions of bud in the Soutb bet R i, .
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.: .' THE FlifllW\ PESISSOUR.) I \ to.Model d'bDtrtisrm nt. pr rofrosionat
---=-=:; _
.rcaLIIOI1ID: t\'lc.y-+AtyanAT BX for t-iwftci-Ett-: : -IRiiA m: :{>
L T. K. SPENCER. School Young Ladles. H. : !IOnE-NE\V\ GOODS, ,
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--- --- ANDREW .l\1Z a(QmI-n3W) A'IrU: n \\\. ..C'"lIRndsee our New Stock of Dr. -: '. !

: j Local Hems ". TAMI-A FLA.- ""' ... \;) Oco.l &-'., just received from Now Jo r< .

-=..=- I ; .Yok' byway; of Key West, and fresh r J
Our flails. FEMALE COLLEGE t Miocenes from A'tu Orleant. s .
.Will give prompt attention to all Lusinc fi 'rl\ip-] FL.tlit ::')J 4 r
Although our mails have been regular! CITTIIRFJIT. GA. entrusted to his care.' I DRY GOODS .- .-= '

S. Arriving! lor the last week] or two yet they Will enter vpon itt nert School Year, Ifunday, T.mrlFla ApT, 23th, '<66. 1-y I Has just received and for tale. ,. .,.ionSI8. {'-gof A i ',
bring is no hue October 7. Y t N71
.; that ba' been news ; our Exchanges, Jruv- :< ,A. IlKM>ER>OX. I J. 'F. llEMtFOSOX Mrs. Winslow'aSoothing,, : S11EKTISO. 21-2 }unlas ;J,. .y
we recmin;, dating from Woman's. Friend, SIILETII'G.tarch "; ,1,. .
: one to three months back OUPERTOR facilities are offered Young La Fldlotoken or elLEAPCALIC01>, HICKORY "
that &TRIPKS.:

: know not U let what i is now, gojnj so on we in.j' O The.dies Teach in search:.rs of and an ilanaser elocution. (fourteen in IIE DERSON S & IIEIDERSO jaync. W rIghts> A McLeanVPUU.Browns Etw'nce Jamaica. : Ginger -TABLEI.1EWOI L'E1)TIC&ING: TTtNDRM.UXG.KtNG COTTON. .. j .

the outward world. Our readers will have nurttlx-r) represent all churches and for thououglness COATS' T111EAI), FLAX
bear with ATORNEYS. AT LAW Soap, Seidlitz Powder, TllliEAL. \ j: '
to us still ; may be, the mails i in their respective department of Fancy 1'INS, 4K EDLES: A-e.. '
Trill "catch V after awhile. labor cannot b.<. ,urpa*- J. TAMPA-FLA. Hops Kervioe., Xntnieg, Musk .I And a fine lot of(L.ADICS' ; .
-- ... I I The course: of study ill i moot extensive and Spirits of Turpentine.. Tooth Sunp, I 11iIoIIOr.S.! a ,mJ.I..ri..t.. WALKGHOCElilES i .b. '
f' ARRtTKD. On complete trench, German Music, Drawing Will practice in' the :Southern and Eastern Creys Ointment: : ClUoroforraCUrystalizedStrychuine {
last \
; ; Monday the Steam- 1-
and in- \
I Painting Departments offer buperio'r
of the State. : ? &c.
Castor Oil
v, jgr Alliance from Key Vest, and left on i| ,dueeiuvnU.Ph ". \
.;.a. -3'nesdiy for New Orleans:, and on her, departed -I > eiral training! the Needle, the Cuisine, Tampa May 2Ct'a, ISfiC.( :5'ono. Cinnamon Linseed Oily consisting of .'i '
and tins \ul'mM bchool all While Sugar, Brown Sugar: Lnvd,, llicon: '
cur former fellow citizen,1)r. Live4J IfepartuunU. very I\rr.i'lnru h,'" Lubin'a Istracts, r
J ; Goshen Duller Soda *+ -
perfect A. '
abe balance of abe I little Concentrated Lye,
family, yet \ Hoarding house X;. 1 in all repeet. Small I Crackers, llicf, Sod, Sardine : .
spared to tim, to late up his ruJJture I ii cirU and young ladies Hill alike find it a Lomeiudevd. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'Sash Tool, Castile! Soap 1 Kaisen, lloncy.Xuttnegs .' {.
{Kentucky ; also Mrs..Ferri relict of our Black FducA: Green Paint I !
fCuthhert ::AM, >:- Pepper, Caudles, .
late deceased William for i il of the healthiest and most I .
Ferris Talla.Jiassee one Catnip, tag t; '- "' :1
Solicitor K.tUTAMPA Soap, Stflreb &c. v..
jin.l beautiful towns South. ii\ \ ,, 4
; also: Miss I Mary Porter for .
A few hoxe of Water C.J'1., .tJSO -v''" "
The discipline of the College .5* one .of its : -
;j ,... Jacksonville: and thence, we believe, to I chief attrrctions. The officers of the: Collegeare FLA And variety of other article. I'f A fine lot of SMOKING and CIIEWIXQxg .. ..,7 : ; '

: some College somewhere. North. | thoroughly :::O\lt herD. f "ITTILL GIVE prompt attention to all buineserntru'iedto 1'\mra'Juue Sth, 18i>7. 7tf fll'ft BA I"C"! n, ''' .. "'; t l.
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--- Charge: cnusiiaJly modtratc. Send for if his care. =.J.= !! ) a .i.

The ''SAI2UEOLI1SS' for the benefit cf catalogue.. Septemberht,1S6G. >10-6m. '\jll. LEE APTHORP sxuw, SBG..tlScC-c.. ....; .
the TAU CORNET Li. ', ;
entertained I
folks:, .. VXD .our y! S"p't.I.UII,. Free t 7o.i LOCATING AGENT ROPE .. -r', )-
city the, on Thui day night: last.. AI'I S. C CRAFT Letter Paper, Envelopes SpcllItooKs ._', Is,
though night was unfavorable
very yet.I -OF- In;; fie.; .
we learn that they bad. quite a crowd.! .I\i BEAUTY AND BOOT ;" ATTORNEY 1\'!' LAAV.Ilavincj vm W "?'\\ 9 I. We" have and mill keep: on hind n supply or... .. s \ t

Not being prtseutwe bay co wlly.rjud,- THE WATCHWOKl) OF LEANS ;' 'rn71'i1jim""JJJ, .L!. lliTamDa j COO) SALT. Cel1'and examine: the at.\8'. ,:: t
ing the merits of'tile peiToimar.ces, only! rra.na.. F\ \ OF- mentioned Stock A ou may find something' that: :
BrMa Fla. you need and wifl l Jo you a fjood! service, and .
e l'y the "say so' of those who went present, hr.I"'t SOITUWOOP, t'n :IIc.IIIOW fully in the practice will! he od! rca.op blo at the MoroofUUA.NT .. 't

and we judge theirs. by the eagermxiety, r<( l.nw.'l J wit l attend to any btuiurfs "1111'11d't -:\Tow U the chance for all VTliite... Blael.wink! "

manifested to ascertain ''A hen it ".iII'be l'rit' -. .=.-. 200. .Ilu my care iu the Southern Judicial. Cir 1\ and leinnle, to secure. IIUI1un: the StCUATT.

a ain.Ve cannot answer_ the' cr-quiry cuit. rublie Domain."For j Opposite the FI..riJIlIou3('.
_0- Office : In the X. r. Room, iu rear of thc
but suppose some time next wed "1'uIIIIIIB.II)!.: and l'rur Stoiu." Uncle Knm i ini..tt enoughTo : I! Tampa Fla./ Aug.t 10th 1SCT.
...._ This interesting; work, written Gem roaexperience give i all afaitn; !t" .
Tain !
23rd 1
pa( 1by .
PI AannEw FEMALE COLLF.E.W would by a Lady of Xew Orlt'I'ul.10 ill -e -----,-- State Land for Sale at 50 Cts, an .

call: special] attention to tbe notice l of this I I I alwa a \ } command heir loom an attentive in every family peruf.d.l.and.-m pji I 1euluable 'U.HC.\ :O'l'.C1 acre. Lock cut that your Improvements e1V QOO( S ,

...; interesting and j Mly popular institution 1 f..il..ull."rlr4Jal..f. facts relative to Ilutler's o are net entered

found into daj'\' pllper.'e Live so of !I barbarous' treatment to the I ladies of >.,w OrIt&ut. DR. JOHN P. CRICHTON. from under you .JIST IICIIVID: : ricojz :\1: 'V

''? ten heretofore, fjx ken t.f the merit f'itliisirutitutiou luols.eut I.)' mail Mrs.on receipt&,uilt of'uod.pi ice.Ad'dren HIS J'JWFIIOX. L SEUVICE8; :: .Us,,, Prhalt Lands lIr\trllllnd! form cl 1.'OIUi' .

-. ; itS LcautifuPand hraliiifu! location -I 1*. O. box 2l6l.! New: Orleans\ La. OFFER.: citizen of Tumpu.Ulllce ness liuaraulrcd. .\' G c.n c r\ 'Assort.\ ctsnlConsistlus

&c., that we deem it u, ltel' viry to i al hi* residence. July f.tli. 1SC7. I1.Cm.LOUVRE .t .
April 2uili 1607.; in part of the : t
52lra.Curbs. following
Hint! its1's
say more at present, only, one <{l --- e .

1 talented and |H>pu1ar' ]I'1i $!'ofs- MistTu L l- City Advortisemonts.r _1 1c Articles : ,

c' tti1L J. MILLER, H now iuour -ton a = nrlnrri c DItY; GOOD!. \

'0. horl visit to.her oM home ""and friend, Calicoes Gineham, 1til'1.JryIn<}lint Lawn; /
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Good ? = -- S
r.:>>. from .Lom all necessary iIl1.Hmuil'f1: 5nt 1'ew .-'. r.-I4itl'IEL.. --=- i.. I. MIT HPL.F IHeaclivd Ilum.tit'i O'naburg". .Ynrlborv \

rtI.r..nl'e to..:ltd College:! ?.ff.f.r: may to ob... o i' Stripes, iMiitS*. edgingsLLertiunstents, : : .\. d
.h taltud.llriow. I Hosiery, Cheats I Gloves; Ac. '"' ....
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-...- SMALL ASSORTMENT OF I '1J :M E:::weat havircr rnrt'1iA-eJ; the "nt t re )I Iale >t Si) lei of (:lotllll11 ;;. G_.:'S 4
A I' interest i-f the late proprietor of llii* f.I-I.; '
t '. I dui I'lar.ttr Linen Sacts: .; .
L It'ta1t' rtalte. ., ,
COTTON FACTORS ionable 'a n)n.\** tt n mill n/A.d 'i% his (l>l* tt il J and .. -.
j' will l t found the Returns UI:1 coons, :r ; ;:; ; I tJoz $pnnih ash=. "
>u Onus the thirty I iiblic that he will constantly keep > .. '
lIsHsJioioiigb,: ; Cuuntvastakt n .front the I. LADIESyt. MISSES GAITERS I : AND : ;: on hand ; full cupj-lv of rtrylliiitp good foildtik )U. doz JOL" Cottonade.. run:->af'f.to.: .;';'.,:.

1 & SHOES for hot, cr told, wet or dry. Cive him i ,. et>,. ,
l 1 cuik:i-f tie Hon. Judge uf Prolate of C111LIRENS Qonlnlin5ionairrhant: i 1 doz Linell" ,
call and the tine \Viuen, Liquors, Gin itc. I '
7: this County; : OM consignment, aid/or tale fur CASH' Tampa July try Clli 1SC7. t,-tL I|. 1 doz A. It.-"Tw. .l ,*,co ,' .
2 doz Brown: ; Linen Drill Pant ;
OXLY 7S Poydrns SI., IV Oi-loan : ,
\Viule alalek! : over 21-325. fy err vUIICC. m
Joz 6 '
1 Ilk lint fish 'J
etc IVwck .
'. un-Jer2l -5'1G. U.F.NUNEZ: A3'i. HARRISON !: i doz I Td'k: Alpacca: lrap:>!(:!*, __ 1;; ; ; ,

t Fcutalc! .. aver 13-37;;. Tampa, Sept. 7ih I 1SG7.Groceries. Jcin IL. Wi nn5lll i<<:?rjg zi'I }M.'E) 4 doi: W'K: rtent.li.. Drn :aekt: ; '
I .
: doz irk "
II I under. 18-4.VJ. .cotO"Fa.c.or I 1 j It,>% nI'!. .. .. .fro.-ka.J'nn..; 'r i \ ';

f Tul.I-I.CGj.- :Boo tH, 2 dos elk: rneli-h: !PanU .

I )1..1esfI1\'tID IS and43} -: ;;. I oriuatliing {c (CommissionMERCHANT i '1 doz: White Linen Drill Sick, i I '

: -: ,\XD :- I 1 dot '.. ." IluckSack: -. ':a
Colored "IMlesocrr! 21 -73.r '" I I 1 Joz ". Dock I'ants a .
\ ,r .. ... ruder : l-.J.; f SEW SUPPLY 1 doz Dill.: Pant?: '':: -
; SHOE iMArER' : 1J dor faney Mnrseilles! .: ::: .
I. ...... ::t.: '... !" i'..male ut eF. 16-71.I'eaalc j Flour, Corn,. No. 94 3Y STREET, I 6 atriped L'oA\'iill '\ :- : under! 18-70. Bacon I H
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I IVcxv 'Wr\-le of flats, :: f ''_
7"oral-J3. 7 =-l: !:l D D D D e jug arrived with a good ttook of1
I lit :>. HAYING Brown Cassiniere Hat' '
Rico Kerosene 01 1'luDttri lists '
and "all articles necessary for makinc 1.rol1J. '. ,l'I 'i
I malts l.two'f-n IS and U-83. August 17 tli:1S07. 17Cm. ; fine Hoots and t-hoe.., respea fully informsthe I lAkFt'hJlaLl'.Unll.I: tl\le..H.\ :, .. t" ; I.:
Hard Broad Crackers
x t''. .
t citizen of Tampa and Mirroutulinn eoun- I Leghorn Uoy'sflssoiieJ .. t.
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IlEGIHF.HEIJ VOTERS is IhtLscono'Co. \' Crushed Sugar, CULVAHTIN.. I j. .HANNFXY.' I .w. NOI\lOSII try that he is now'pit.;pared.to'fill all order in I IJm slats. Ladies Hal*. .1f.. .: .. ri .. ,- '

... 217. tErcwn AI' line with neatness cheapness aud dUpatch.! ]i Sllocst ((1000 l- Irs,) : '
Whit./ "" I Sugar Ladle $
\\1:1nL: 1I illl G.U Hn>p-First door Witt of I'ricbelc'iMore.: : i iTaiupOIarili I ilen's L'nb.P. K Brogans. .; "

I I. 'coortJ.} Total- 300.83.:.. I Coffeo. COTTON FACTORS I : ICth, 1SC7.- ,tf ', M f'II'I" J welt) l'.rojans.Men's 4 : 4
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I : Kip 1' :S. Brogans! ;
I I There seem lobe a'discrepincy: bel'weenfensuitturn I Candle ,J' -AND- ""JflpYiTpnnrp!\ '' no fEll 1: Yonth' Kip I:rdn". .; ... .. .. yItJirs
\ : p.utr IootG. .
t'f Co l Males '
.-tbe ore< over .
t .21 fears I. and that of tbe number -gKter- t 'Soap, (Drurnil ([mum! is icn jfllmfjiint( T .\ JI P .\, 1'LOfID.1. ;. Ijidie Roy**iJufF Kid P.Mil S.Hoot Drouaw*. ., ?' .

I ,..eJ ; tbe number registered i! kin; an txcessf I Starch, I M I i b*es Goat Congress! : (;aiter$. ? u'
.(; 10 ocr that of the census! return.r j Savanuiili 7s ID ctJtOIrmm, 1? :? :ro Ladies slid Loots, _
t&c. -_, (J<-o. ..
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I -- 1""lid laSti": super Y. V COI1;rt: c. 1

We stop the r"f5i to announce with sorrow 1 {?= 1. -- ((0)) lloUSK: 11.1mr.x: THOtt I Ladies Kid 2Nd lioots.GKOUEHIES.. \".'jC. .'. .

,the death of Mr. Row, the p.glich 1I j ALSO 0\ 11 .'\ '\ D Liberal l. oJvaiiffs mnc: on Cnn< !: Till;hly tt-no"nll..1I\nd refilledMHO\ open j ,''.\ -
(inlfrs. inllrJts'l for the; uici'iniiU'.LitK'ii of \i.itor?. Pern* ., a ; f'
Telegraph operator, c-onnecl< d with the' 4 promptl) ) Illicit at 10\\f\t: t .., .
Inlernationa', Oi-ean at Havana A Ceneral Assortment of viitiui: : Tamps will find this house n pleat..unttul'riu. i! T1our fern, Carnn.: larJ.: l'rar.rr! Turk ,. ,
Telegraph rates. Ia! ::!:in:, Rope-!t l Iron Tie .
( (lace, where the can ,nj"y II cii' .. '
Pilot Bread: l KahiiiN: Soib.
l: Tidies
at ooon! Aug. 31st.: : constantly on Laud. malu uiHurpiU ed in the ,,tate. Thtf tatda "- I

ThUjj the only. item we Lave been allowed DRY GOODS August 17th: 18".. 17Om.M. will: bo furnished with nil the delioacii" ff the t tina"ii. i i "HiMarJ: rfn'f.' Tea fOuVr, . '. : ;}

t ) to receive from Cuba. t -_. In coiLiieition with this t.,tuLl'i-huifnt' I I .Nujar, soap: Cnnllt:/ -4 t .,

J :The Brituh steamer ..Yort'a, enroyeJ by HARDWARE, \10' II. 11"OX., VM. V cTISOX'&GOUDOX:.''r.I.Q, I ii era one Coulllr of the.tit at Oianj\UroV.ain-: the 3outl) |I>I Tobacco, )Honey), Sail\ Matelies! Candy( ) and '.. ," '., :, !
tbe U'. S. tteamsbip Ltnoptt, arrived beie : Jijiirr, &c. '
:, CROCKERY. Tampa, Flit, Aupntt I7tli, 18';.. 17tiSTE'VENS ] ; : .
on the 31st intlt.-bavinbuceesfuUy laidm I hot Guns, Rifles! Powder, Shot, ,< .. <; '-i
'U eXaba'torunta! :r",assa. The .area an. BOOTS.. Qofitcn Fas4oirsyf : : - ------- i Watcrprool' Caps. ;

chored at the buy outside of Galdaees J > .3 s HOUSE.( I PATENT MEDICIHES.Jane : Q .

ebanoQlandtheLcuopeeentEredthe! Inr- *Vi,,,.,..., J4.\Cl\l ,
SHOES. LSlcXVlVd ; +tt < ltpf4-t< rant, Hair T iiic. Alterative '
j :> 21, 23, 25 & 27 Broadway ]JT. Y. ?
borfor the purpose of towing out the scow &e. Car: r:.\!':,,", Toile! \t-rotiruge, 't. "

..necessary for effecting the' splice.1'e MERCHANTS Opposite Jouli"11'I'm.. Liiiiuuni and l .-auitivcIMts ,
I! C'licap for Ouli or <:oiiiHrjl'i of f"J .! ... OX TIlE I KL'HOPKAX: 1'LAX. ..te.1n '0
baIliD"allprobability' within few tavs : w7... WlL -G'J .:
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communication with I "\T7E'ill coutinur l l.u.inc : rituc aTEI'ES61lOt'S i ..1\...! T......e.'.:'."\.i. i L ...._-_...... ,
"LAve nntnteriuptAd I s nl thu old stand: ): well nil 1 yriddeI : : : -.. .........' New Yore and.olLer (:astern cili l.Kty'JVtlt [ f ; A. A. ALLEN.- >"> Vfi JA }' .'-71:/:A'1'. audirrr our t.ri vicet knouu ti> the tiAvelfii' )'. 'I he turn. li'!m :i\, fF'3 11'\'I ''f r' a ..i1I

1fr' c. I Tampa Fla,, lone :::1. ? tf. <| the. Meioli.ini 111'.1 Planter of lhlM buro lion i is efpvUAlly mit.ible. to Mfi-cliatits and II ... :: ..I.I': .!.Qj, 1.Li
... sod the liaofiili-ciiiitio: !) for the >:.i't'' \>( ('(It. tn.ine.' men; it 1 H.ill ('] '--- Il'I I "
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j I Ij ton a:,.T olh. r Produce: aUo foe frosting: C'ot- I I.c \'t: (
Uur f- lIUH".Tr'"It'T.. : tou and Jlfrtlian.ii J of and AVco"n I trc-nu o .. .
41 .. ,, LAKJ) c- : trl\ .l-and M.jaoii't;! ; .5 <4<
(Ge J: JlmidnlI \Ve 1\1" pK-pared to make Ii'fral n"ynt'1on : to aU tieprin! l <.ii>ul lla'hondand; :SUauiWJi.def' :: : .
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... INa ., Juyuat1G7.. : j' _ANDFOR I t-oiiM niiiei.ls to u* fur raid in this llark.f.or (. 1'1.1.. I (Do L:'BSEBlSEfS'cTAMPA '
.CE1'nu. OUL1.io. N beIC it i i-prtf..rrt'.11., 1 be lot w aided to our '1.errHn: TI"'I"e ha. lit.tt"\1 aceemmg.tiuut -_ ;) 'J
53: ) rj--fn* lu New Voik <>r Htliinioie.IIavii.fi i >over ::tai III''J.-' Un well rnl'lIi.IJ FLA.Jnk. N .if
Grand nn-1 Petit JUtf\TWLU. all (tlier Jnrnrs + \
.4 for toe trial of f""M ail or fiircinal; or fart ; PIG)1.t.tioll had Cfirtn years experience ia the and the nteitainnienl pn4"" vt itrint4into 'Ilnror>tn'
'the admil1itnti"llff-rw in th- tAt"i uf Al- rotton 1 1 fommisslon i i nUiillr i ( ,

')bsms.GeorTi! and l'J lida, will )itr. after! 1 let l S1LB\ in fi\'anr."h. w. extended an.I are with fpucion* and wait and writ tli iniilMed.:'mi -provided: Notice t
kcp eclu."rfrly ;rom the list dHrf'r. wuhout' have an q.ner ga r- \! atu-n >oe i< plont't' I \
Jirimination reptred ly IJoarJ; of al aC'lullillluJe t..t.i.oni sic rtftr with, cuhiUencR. and 1''P''l.tft.l-r.II.1 II.I bU.ii I.'ewr..II, Yl'flo.j.I..1 ( ;v
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.. "Jjfgjjtration nndei 1lie lets >f Oonprwm of *.t 1 Udder, on the and! Ja y ofNotetulier. I redfullj: vt uioJuuto rate } rniURTY PAYS:: after" <' .i-. I will apply in ". *
.jh'e United Stit n, mown ts the; Kocou.truck ; 1'lai'tation' consul'iiuj L tbe.tu.r!, of I'll,''i i'-' in ri"! for the! Count .
lion AetaSheriffs. of SiH)fny acts. of Land with __ Irv. n. TI'OW3t. ; :\, GEO. K. CHAM. : cv. of PulK, Mate ofrior.J.( f-,r u: .:rdr lo KIln .
T other officers 'Whn+ i,, W. () 17-17 6m. .
and e duty it ror.i" \ sag l'ror"htl
W. 11. Man-
1 tract of 1 1d 'ivol .
\>out 1staerr-> cI..al..l sodunderg: too.l leucei : Ui pro,' 1 '
( to summon sad empanel juror*, ", ill.rMuitl; !. I this plantation lie Iwo tilt. west c( Urook; ; An! ? 17in lf,7.l 17_'m_ ti.ld' devtuWl.: for iiu- ]I' q..o: paving !thdelUolaidLstatiadi ., -" ,
Vaeh Juror to mate oath that he ii duly t I'g tilli*. an.) t",.tnilit&; mmic c.f the l I..>t hamumckland "r-5--'.",':'1 R.:. ., n'I." ." !! '"u 1 I-. ", nil ",f'he heirs. .,.J
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and Coulllin wliuh! ha was! ret+i*"ewu'AffiJ.iTr u his h r' dwelin: house aWi! All the ('c..llarrl1t\ \houat >' -t ;\' t'Y i I \ : : rator. .

<4 t will be* placed on the o2.cial: %i1'Ii..j! with fine 1't ncli, Jrtpe; Plum JlulUrrry! ill2 O.W.DILL !k\J--? I n.tHOwn.I1'I;
*'ihe. C UI1. and I'.annana! orrliads on the place.( I I II \ i iI ---. }
By cominG of n'"t Major fibre' I will! Ms* !t'Il..ne ....'''.1 or eicht Ifc*. I J. :MILLER. Master I :'
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3rd U. S. Inf .\. A. A. G. Karts. finuiuz ;rr 1UILL PLY JIEGULAKLY; : I5E1: \VKEX I .
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C ro and 1'od) : \ ar.-id: to ftn11':8" !iu th'. Pile \\iti! :l
CO Trtt'C110X : 1er, and ver\i!.irig< p\" ',- arv In 'aIT" uuI if I the poi* ofTftinpatid: Xe\\' Orleans! ; I Deal:":<8 and .1"1'., .h. 1 I I Ir.XJl.\; r. iipMAvnAGAINST. ,
t the f-'reiroiup order. N'vroe ao' well a i I f_ici Air p-rt..n a'r.hing'to bus j.1an. tin Manatee Tor freight 1,! d.ui-J to tit Matin--! ma now piv- ) : 1
n" .. and !' a I % vr j P'/I;:apply a, tluai t-r cheaper :i i the 11-Mte of \Vnti\\i TEtEi: *. late of thiJ'et.nnty. .
'<<"h lf'fl..re, to I> xutnnipae-1, jlaeel on I, 1.tJI'11n o" 1 Florida pill la** a goJd chance. to Mr. L. COVACEVICII, 'lacip< /.ij-t. than it eta! : L. d n'. i-Ucwht! 'TV. Iean W ,': d.rend: will present them to the .; '
Juriwjthoiit arJ t tLP -
Petit not att. t.ling /
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the ilAoa Grand: UlW by .h.law.. nf F7oridt'p j, t.y"Teru> iuul() kuw. n on day.ate.,].' ml 1.. BIUDat, Manatee, or to tL-j Captain; on II all time.... lit my hop, on the opposite 1 pidoheMr ; I ualesinICJ! forsetllemenL T t thom pcrile.ra;
4 uJ a lank will wake
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11. '*:' t ?. -.. s* ,*,..<. .1 a" ";# ::El.i.ve. E. A.. CLARKE & CO. Attach men t. SHERIFF'S SALE. }.
..; I", toe Circuit Court for the Sovtkern Circuit V1R1UC OF .\l"I10ClrY1.TrD

111- .. >, ._ ..,.. a Have just Received, direct from ''New York' of Florid in andjvr Honrotand bade BY in me by law I lave ides l lv... .:P uion '

AND:-' General Assortment, forming a complete canasta and will 1 ffer for sal in front of tii" ('rort : S
.: << and new Ed ward B. r..weoD, 1 In attachment am' lloui-eat r.artow. on the first monJav i iS .
fl \, \ vs. > sworn to $194,771 11\7..0! \ much vf lite S-AV i..r.. l p.tembvr J
<< STOCK OF GOODS- William T, Mundy. ) bond filed for$4IQ* W J and tIle N. W J o.the S. W J ..frw 4. and I
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III IIT:th- UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform Consisting in part of the following articksSvchas rPHEDEFEXDANTAKD all others interested the S. E t fir the S. E } of:See 5: h :il. i IUvig
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'' ... .?AM A-FLA THE public that they have just 'reeei..ed..a J. are hereby notified of the commencement 19, S and Cas will fmlisly! the bl*> 1&. K'ouu--; r

...: ,f. : fresh supply of well erected Groceries: Q'Q) 'Of this suit; returnable to the Circuit Court ty taxes of Daniel Sloue for the year 1S,;!6. Jt ,

..r4t .. '. ... I .." ,Go sd7 Ready HBaJeCiothing. Crockery: Uatdtiae.Tinw.ee for the Southern Circuit of,Florida, for Mon 1OBT.WILKI:IIN heritf. o
1' : SATURDAY.. 9ept'r'tSIh.1S6Y. "' : : Ac Calico roe and Dade counties on the third Monday Ex<.fi 'a Tax Au'r, t Collector.! .

i : ", '. J. ..." .. .. i44 iCJROCEBIEf.: Prints, of* November next ; and to appear and plead Anget,3d,1S67.! 4.\V.
; ; -. I.' Ginghams to the Declaration filed therein.
.. 8weeterlt Admonitions Such as Corn, F& r. Hard Bread, IUen. clear Merinos Muslin W C. MALONEY, Jr. "

aides, Leaf Lard Goshen !Butter Coffee De Laines, Plaii.tiff'a Attorney, Notice 7

.e ; Kiu rnetoftly end speak tome low ; ,Sugar, S Yeast;Rice,Tomato J conets, Swiss i .
+ C Powders Key West July' 27th, 1SC7. 16 SmIn .
; Malice has ever vigilant ear -. aap. iltslib Vic.: Lawns,
c a Malice lurking near f' Soaps Blueing ,Irish Linen, Bareges, y IRMONTI15AFTERTIIC DATE ur.r- j
., What if were
of, I shall u Administrator the Eeta. Jo
Matches, ,
..1' dear Silk. Handkerchief FMey
eats puttee; t ,
Chancery., of Wtt' decea .
r Ac.DRY Neck Carney prccent msaeeonttt :
t, Kits m e softly,and iipeaktome' low. i .:.- !, Yelvet Ties Edgciug GimnTrim Inertions. In the Circuit Court Southern Jvdi'etal and vouchers to, the Hon. Judge: ol }l'rffteo( 41'J

: 'Kiumesoftly and speak to rat law ; Florida in Folk county for A final settlement and IUIo Ji"t:
Circuit and
;,:GOODS TRIMMINGS: binge, Shirtings Sheetings, A of for .Vbn
bath a watchful ear; to be discharge! i from the further administration -t ...I
BTV,joo& Ticks Denims Linen Checks, Linen rilliDKI-Blelch'd: it Unblech- roe and Dade Uountict. ,
should chance heart Heavy Bed of the said e>liit >. '
,. What if wavy : : Vd Marlboro t I
t KIM me, dear Checks, Linen Drilling Calicoes, Uvtlina Hickory Stripes, Francisco Rodriguez Aquilar[ 1 Bill for J01J 3L rr.Ap.Cr..1 '1' ,
if' tVnimsTkking, Chwks Scotch Plaids -
to low. Muslin Robes AworU-il Braid for dreM t*, Divorce.Maria Dartow August I.Oth. '67; IC-Cm.
t! -. KIM me softly and peak! binding fins, Needles Coat's Thread, K'y Jeans Cassimeres, Flannels! Bonnet > .

'4 ).. KIM me softly and speak to me low, .Flax Thread, Sewing:; Silk ..'t'd t Taffety Ribbons Indies Belts, Buttons Mora Aquiltr.IT ) t

to ..1 I : Trust me Darling, the time.is near COloN, Flos*. Tapes, Elastics, Balmorals. & Hoop Skirts, Ladies and' GeMtleman'a APPEARING? tHE RETURN OF the Notice. .
; When lovers may lore with never a fear' ; Ladies A Cents Hd'k'ffs Hoosi .
t '. _. ",ct KIM me. dear Ladies Children's Hate Ac., Misses A Boys Shoes
i 1 T y .,J .. ., KIM me softly and speak to. me low., Hose. Gents Jitose CoaU, Pants,..vests. Under Over L n shirts. out of the jurisdiction' of this Court and fphImTY DIY AFTER DATE: I WILT.. S. 1
l.. .. '. white 13 out of the United States: J. apply tut the Judge o.f Probate in and for .,..1\ f!1
TIIE.LITTLE CUE AT. .cord t> It if thtrfon ordered on motion of WalterC. Polk \:onnt'lorl.ll1.: ) for'an' an ordvr to wli! '

1'f' Of... :i .. 1) Saddles. Bridles Bits Halters Martingales Maloney Jr. E qr., Solicitor for Complainant a house anti Let situated i in G..in..nill..l1..r: ida

::11; .F .. READV-WADE : OLllr THING, Ac- Girth. Stirrups Bras A Mexi that the said Defendant Maria( Mora Aonilar the property of the :Minor heirs of John J>. ?

+. She .id'ibe loved me dearly. can spurs Horse Collars Ac., Ac: do appear and answer the Complainnt Bill Houktr- deceased.

And gave me kisses sweet, e Linen Coats, m.a. on or before the third Motulav in ovt-niWr JULIUS 1. KNF.R. 'I
., .. .r Lot soon I did discover>> I Alp eca Oats, gt> next otherwise the raid Bill will b* tHVrn for tiaardian.

"' .. She w as a .r1iDgtbe. : Linen Dusters, locket d.', It is further ordered that .a ropy of July 20tll i.. 1J67." 13.t( .
>: i:, t Palm Hats< : Door d: Pad Locks. Axes Trace this orderlke published once a week for the I

I .. .., For though her form was buxom: i x Leghorn. Hat. Chains Hoes Shovel*, a't'd .space of (four months in some'newpaper printedand FINAL SB"TLLJfE.VT. _

,} '; :- .. ",- J With a voluptuous tone! Canton Braid Hats screws A Tacks Drawi'g published in this Circuit. SIX mouths afterdate T will I.rftt'ntfllt" ac '
i < e' -. It turned cut on inspection, Wool flats; Knives IlatehetGun. PETER CRUSOE,, Clerk and xfuthrt to the lion. JuJro or* #

.. i.'. -:; '.:: ller charms: were.. not her own. Shirts Cajia, Fry fans! TeaKettles A true Copy: I'rol..te of IlilNbtiruu U County for a fina- I ;
.,"> }, !Shoes Iron Pots Attest: Peter 7rnoe, Clerk. eettemetttof the eMateol' :'oli"ht'AI.Wnti dj-> II

....,:' 44" I pressed her to my booora S. Brushes" Bake O"II"C. Key West"Fla July 6th 1867, ... 16'4m.. ceased and tit the same time u ill u.-k: fear A Jicharge *- I

:i She gave a little start; \ Blacking tc?. from further administration thereon.
:.: I hngged her close, but could not feel.:'* .&:c.. tc.: JAMES Gl111S..A.u.'r

1 ..j 'A .. The beating of her heart. -- I0 8 W 4 8s Bill forDivorce.'I, Tainp 1, May let, 1S67. '3.11. s

; f'.'_. .A...Y c'1i : bans. .> HARDWARE, Ac. Tubs Pigging Churns Sieves Bnyms. Brass I In the Southern Judicial Circuit of florida -
1i f e- :. I reached my will: sudden clasp: ir ; Ware Bound Toy, Flour A Wfll Buckets Horse NOTICE. .
.1 1 fullVhat Crockery. : in and /or Ililltborough County..
: brraetwtth grief wai ;
My A Knives Jt Forks, Brushes A combs Axe Helves Ac.: O MONTHS: AFTER LATE I will 111"1
,.' \ in creatiou did I grasp It t Joseph Harris. ') .
Spoons, I k ply to theJudireof Probate, of Hemando(
.. A lot of cotton: wool I i m g vs V In Chancery:
Tads (ass'td "i7.H.) Leonora Harris. JAlilLL county; fur a final settlement and I... di'char.Ctd
r ; .. *' --... --- I Gun tube Wrenches Pans rails! Plates; Buckets, cups coffee-pot: from Administration on the I:stair! olMaffiew I
4. Waterfall, 1 Shot .< '. Dippers" hftvirpbeen filed ,in my office in [ 1L H..well late of.said dcerar'
IoCo fInke.a county f frd.
} EARTHENWARE .., entitled! cause, and it l>rin< .
powder ftc.Plates .
.4.' .Take' four pounds hatguDd a bundle: of ahavins. wade to al'pelrb affidavit that the defendant r
Cat. 3Lf.T.I10WF.I.I..
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-Tea, Breakfant Dinner Se'trt
';* Caps- resides beyond the limits of the Southern Judicial .
An an old tin pan and a bundle of straw I Writing Paper Tea A: Coffee sets, Bowls l'Iatter.Pitcher. Circuit,. io-wit-iD the State of Mnrv-( Cum Tttaioert<> -I ni'exo.Brooksvillc .

r Thin stele an old bat of IOmebody'a1ayin'. I Envelope .Ac. Glasware-Tumblers, Gobbleta, land. It is hereby ordered that tho' Defendant n3./ Jardl 6th 1877. .-'".

p And swear. its your ownHo gel clear of the Gilleto Ink, 'Steel tc.: Pens.4c.: Syrup Pitchers Kerosene Salt Cellar. .' A:: do appear and plead *n wr 01 demurto Notice ot Fiml ettl cmrnt--, l- 1
law.tNizt Lamps.'GROCERIES.
the Complainant's said bill on or before the! '
old stockln' and stuff if with pa -0- MONTHS from this late I shall:
git an first in SIX
1 monday September: next or the panic
And have hand well selectedlot and roiulir ..
we bite on a will be ProriJtd my acrotin.f.4 tn the ll n-
per. taken as confessed that publication
.. And if it is possible, put in a Mole ; of of this order be made in some newspaper ornbl Probate Court of Hilli r"nli! county.
2.. Thin get some' old china: and a nutmeg grater .TIN WARE. ac kers, Cheese, Dread Butter, Rai published in this Circuit for three consecutive Fla., furs final 'settlement ou the K tult et t
d .. ... And make them all up in a rate little roll Such: as son, Almond., Pecans!, Candy,. Soda, months., Columbus Stafford: deemed.ELIXAHLTH 1. '

't .. ... '. Put all these things in a nest of red. Milk Pans" Pickles, Mustard Pepper Spice, 'J.GIVEXS, Cleik. : STAFFORD.n. \ '\. 1

i'. .,;. And glistening bade must cover them all ; Milk Strain.-. Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Soap, Candies A. A'. Allen Complt'I ( L Tampa June Sth, 18'.. 7''lot.N@ice0 ''
r Thin fatten it on the back of yet head I Tin Buckets with '
t ( covers.: ) Matches May 18th 18C7. 4 3m. '
/ '.' And fouhave a loveot a -. .te W.terCaIL..1 Tin Cups, Smoking it

E' Tin Plates, Chewing Tobacco, & I S.

.. .' *'< A Lady'a Opinion .f a Lady's Coffee Pots, Kerosene Oil. IB Chancery., .

Slap And other articles too numerous to mention Also-Perfumery, Cosmetic, Combs, In the Circuit Court Southern Jndicia \LLPERSONS \r.I.IIEIU'I1IFJJn: : :

: ._ ..<" Mis. Stephens, in her excellent. Monthly which we will sell at prices: to U .STLtV ..\ Brushes, Peru, I'apr &. Ink. and 'Circuit of Florida, in and fur Menu- FrncPJear t'l not tu thl"'n Ft. Mmile.! or t'l.>molest rrla. rar I 1111.\' Ta..hr'.oo.

.. class of the various other 'a r tides. tee County li .. throw, 5iM f-. .. l.. hi .
I .1'rpnuisheti
,i\ I Magazine, gives a certain men, ORANT& CRAFT < >i nc < \\ n, >r :
t Having Stock John A Williams! arcordiuto Law.JULIO.
., ," like ot whom are seen in every community opened our we are '
j but the benefit of her opinion u follow Tampa, ,Fla. prepared to sell at as low prices a' cocnl \I.. V P.ill'for IVjvorre: UIM\ 'KNJnlv ':,
/ ours .-, '
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? : May 18th 1867. 4 tf. can t be bought in the place. Our,! Term Martha William --- --.-_ -- -' '40

; ;. Our own. private opinion of'the' "lad,', are CASH or Country Prodore. Calland A RILL. HAV1NU nEE FILED in my I1i. .. ..

; !, : See for Yourselves at Stand in the above entitled cttUre, sid it I.t'il.c NOt.iC (
.I man* U, that he is thoroughly contempt New Goods my old jrmade ,
'J; :i" of the life hardly worth thinking corner of Washington t Marion Street, to 'reAr..Ly! nrfidiivit! that th drfendant
ble sort
-a resides] beyond the lin.it of the >" .
tot ." .. : ., / about:-a nutshell 1 with the kernel withered A FINE LOT OF DRY GOODS, JUST Tampa, Fla. A, Novi 10,20.tr.- Judicial Circuit, V wit in the State ort 1.,1'.UI0: i\ tt 'e ol Ke-.ur: III"W.: : :.1' w ? 4

"I .'. : -. up-a handful of fflna drifting over received, which 1 offer low for Gush or It is hereby ordered that the defanJant np- "onnty. .I lec" i_."I. ,. ill! pto:""'.' ih'-n d4V! tef'

; ,. '. r the wit>e"of life, something not altogether : JUST RECEIVED A FIXE STOCK OF pear and plead answer ,'r demur to the COPI- In-lit foateil. wi'hcutiiniiied'ate .leis.? and ..J 4 t T. ; .
: ; the -but of'no earthly COUNTRY PODU CE plain ants \i.' Bill on or before the first :'ol"n in."t.I..lt.! l ;!li.J l estate err rreln.er: .I 'n ;. .
: r-.: ?:*: : unpleasant fancy, would be Factory Thread 'Q dSr, i in .dueo t nut or thesam will be tnken. |\.1', Radii to the unJri'C '.' ; .\t > ; "

: ... $. :.: 'Use.' A1 woman of senso as soon Sheeting! ,' .to confi'Med. Provided \that publication of this tr.'ilnr"'l\.tI'I"'I" ."11j eiitii'e-1 i to .i ; .1; -irn ''
t. :: ;.. IIL-: Put to sea in a man.of.war made of shin Shirting, "l\\ order be made in some newpnp I'nl.li.h .1 l are hen-by noiitlfi fiat I their rUii.- .tl! :'.' ;

7 .: .... ; cles, or take op her residence in a card Calicoes, Groceries in thi,* Circuit qncfc a week for three consecutive I,afrt.j: .A) ihr I rtpirntioudute of two. : .u' ." "V I:d.i' a t. .

,I._ X house, as dream of attaching herself to a Hoop Skirts months. unites exhibited within! th.! .. i'j\\, I
: IL R.McLEOD cn c-t. C't
killer. Women worth the name are De I.aines! 0< R'm,1.t tt I'
Dress! Patterns, Manatee Count. June 8th;, 1567. ;' r.I o". '
r r YO seldom deceived into thinking our lady's Bed Ticking It L. Mitchell Sol. for Cum I'l" --

man the choicest specimen of his sex.- bhawls, April 20th '67. Sin :5

f.. Whatever their ignorance may be. womanly Shirts ..1 CROCK ..W ARE, Noc0

) intuition must tell tbem that the men Neck Ties! >

;f {'p 'l'i who live for gre'at object, and whose spirits Balmorals. 1 BOOTS AND SHOES In Chancery.Circuit ALL PERSONS IXDiiTEI: ; tome a* nnar.' ,
Marlboro StripesBleached for the minor bras of Jciin.. II'M''
1 are so firmly knit that they are able to Court. Southt'a Circuit, in and :
.. A: unbleached
.. of life-men whose Made for Monroe and Dude Counties I er deceased arehcn-by cotiritd to cone fi>r ,
Ready ,
c "cnccuoter the storms Domestic Clothing &c.
f .. F, ( forward and l settle n\\\ If they t.-> Jot I> nil
a .. "j depth and warmth of feeling resemble the *e,. &c.: Which 1 wi\llel1l\ low'for Cx.h.: Amelia Sawyer, ) Le compelled to coiunincr suit PJUL1LSLOCKNF

iE'\ ,. powerful current of .a mighty river, and A, A. ALLEN. JOHN JACKSON vs V Bill for Divorce. R. .
( who i if Jan 26, 26-tf : EdwarJawJtr.:: ) Coat tm..
1' : not the pebbles on its surface, they I TAmp Naovl., 7. 30 t /

i-. .. ', ; .Joye. are never smitten by mere beauty of I TT J. 'the APPEARING Sheridan the BY Subpwna THE' i I'MII RETURN..!; in this OF Jijjy .
'-'form features that these men areS The \ Lat it"1VCl.k
....., : or their ct y I HAVE JUST'RECEIVED per Sd.r.S.1& cause, and bv affidavit, that the Defendant resides ;! /
'. t more worthy even of occupying rah Helen; direct from New York and offer out of jurisdiction of this, Courtand .

te thoughts in idle moments than the fops and \ for sale at the old stand of KENMDT: ADA out of the State of Florida, and in the United ,
& whose attention ,U>G, for Cash small States : OF UPERIOR: QUAI.IT"ill' t
h"" .; men. out town with they Oil ), a well assorted SALT ;
::, .-i**.ra ... amuse themselves. If we.were to tell him or FRESH ,CORN AND FLOUR AND A stock of It it tArt}," tarJtrrd, on.motion of WalterC. l furnished; in any qut.titie.s r reqnir
tj he has general assortment of Provisions 'together DRY GOODS.ST..tTIONJRr Maloney Sr. Esq r.. Solicitor for Complain the "): xky l' inl Stilt Wc.ik. on OM i
this he would laugh no pride
'n.. only ; with a fine assortment of ant, that the faid Defendant Edward Sawyer
Y ;; about him, although full of nn.ityand it Dry Goods, Hardware .. CUTLERY do appear and answer the complainant's liilon Tampa )lay! or delivered' in this City at I '
i ,; : % SCHOOL BOOKS. or before the first in reasonable: rJl.le. *., *
'; natters not to him what we may broadly Hat . !to ;0. .' affirm insinuate. Saddlerv, Family Medicines, LIXES & TWINES, FJSHJIOOKS. otherwise said bill will be taken aacJnfWsed. Apply tQ( ... I
or quietly
,q .v Jr Soft delicate though be be, be is as Tobacco d-,Snuff, Salt'. CHEWING TO. It is further ordered, that'a copy of this .r. II. ALBURY, Aytnt.Tarnpt !,
and tier be
r '" Pickles I MusUrd.Catsup. BA CCO. ADAMANTINECANDLES. published once a week for the Fpar; March **
4Stf. .
fi' ;j- is impervious to ridicule as a hod carrier, Sauce, PERFUMERY of threemunthe in some newspaper printed : i

jt a, ;. .- as regardless of honest contempt$ a 'cit! Pepper Spice MATCHES and published in this Circuit. ,
js alderman. Were you to hand him this Tea, Coffee PETER CP.USOE, Clerk. STOLN
It d-c. A true '
Copy :
article be would tale it to some social 8ugar.1I.l4hea. ,
$: '
< Kerosene Oil d-e. Attest : Peter Cra oe, Clerk. j
and read it alodd in the most mellifluous my resi.lanee on the f
= party, Key West, June 7th 1807: 8.SUL From i .
'i-.: voice as an homage to his own at- Combs Brushes Perfumery 4c. oft),. quality and price which will pi ease- 15th; ol '\Ittil.| lSf.7, a.," 11 & t.. I
'it; "* Give me a call: bay IIor( Stallion..) about 1+ 'tI J.

L. a tractions.: And a great mAny articles to numerous to.nJ.ion. HENRY PROSEV. Notice of Insolvency o,1! pony built nuJh-xs Imt\'l I in tis?, t j t,
: .. September let, 66. l9-tte. fdce. .... 1/
; all of I will ,,1I.t greatly reduced ,
Tx Peon i
'f,!. 'f' .. .- .' An Irish boy, trying hard to get a place, '7files. for Cash or Country Produce. The A. D. ATE 1867.: AT CUAXBXBS !t'<;lST 6th A liberal reward will be !;\\eS for the d.% ; '

'' .' f&ftlt, 1:will not tujftr f to k undersold livery ftf r the horse to me at my rrudeoceten -. "
e that he was Irish. my.e
Of t. ..: ; a i denied.. 'J 8. REDBROOK. \\ \\\ Q\)4w: State of Florida l toiler South[ of lirogiville.. t.r easy inforfniation ,' .3 I
f "I don't know what Polk
;,' you mean by DOI June 8th ,County, J JVTThereas f in repaid to hrV so that I can get him e.
1867. 7 tf.
an Irishman said the \\'illl'ny 1 hundrel JMI.u for .
4 being gentleman RECEIVED Robert Wilki!on, Adroinittrat'r on s any iafor.
': who .was about to hire him ; '"but' this I THE SAVANNAH JUST ,e" If' the Et.le.of Simon P. Smith, late ,.f luation that will
r do know, that you were born in Ireland: WHITE CORN said county, del:'J. has this day filed in the ..
r' : "Ocb your honor, if that's all small N TEB \WT\ ILIt .mrmm JID. YELLOW CORN Probate Court, written suggestion of the In.auleDcy -Brookaville.lpril- lf.th.lbC7. 52 t .. ,
i ot said Estate.:
.. ; '.. : < blame! that I Suppose your old cat bad ) lsuuy )Irt W 7&!tn1 gg WLNEWSPAPER FLOUR. Therefore: notice U hereby given to all per-1|: Faia Notice '

i1 ;" :" kittens in the oven, would' the, W*be 'Ica'vesof .' BACON, I. sons having claim against the said decea'fd's '' +
I ;
I.. bread I' TOBACCO. tofilethesameduly authenticated, in I'
: '' The the place. the office of aid Court on or before the fith I '
boy got MATCHES hereby caution all per or. from RV 5
S ( . ... PUBLISHED AT SAVANNAH of February, 1867 when there will bus a prorato J drivingbar'ingsellingnrshiPl'ing .jCTIr.> '
. r A young gentleman. alter bating paid Circulation CAN FRUITS, said payment among the semal ,creditors of rattle i i the following mark and t.ran>U : .
Largest in the City County SARDINES, Insolvent Estate. Upper and under bit in
one au Iit in
ear. >Nj
:- his addresses to a lady for some time, 'pop And it is ordered that
: omcm. Tie HAMS theAdministratar do the othor P *
I rrta or crrr. iand d D, and tigifre v iasltie.b".
' 'f the question the lady in a frjghteoed file on or before aid dar,' in this 'i
: .. pet lest Kediom.Ji't COFFEE. Court a true longing; to me.Cropand .
"Yod sir;?' Tb. Advertising and perfect Inventory of all the effects
manner said : scare me, TEBMf- SUGAR to belong-1, upper slope in one ear, hole anJ 1
lug said
'. # '. gentleman, did not wish to frighten the la. Estate. I split in th* other-liranded. M. P. i
rt and remained quiet for $l0 per year Ac. <randd rr,
r. dy, consequently Tri" eek |fl 1& *. A' o a good assortment of DRY GOODS, of the Probate Court at Bart w |: M. P., the plt'.rlJ..e! Pot :,lllInnhtln.All .
c 'mow .0- acme time, wben ,bl exclaimed! "scare CALL AND SEE. for UQ0 this 8th day or August A I> milJOHN' 'I )' person found diturbin!i the above
Cheap Cash r mar
Weekly I 1& wS. or ttt
. . . .$3. ,
... s tnV again. We' did not learn how affair Country Produce. DAVIDSON'; :; ked and branded c.ttlf'1'ill bo prosecuted a<> t

;-!' .. --C" i turned out, but should think it was : W. ,MASON A; A.ALLE.T.: Judge of Prolate. I ording to law. .> i +
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pretty near his turn to be IcaruJ.jIf' Editor & Proprietor. Tampa, May 18th. 4 tf.'' 4uus10tb 1567. 6m. t DAXIELSIIAXAHAN. i
:s >- .. i 'f., .. Key West)Mare, let, 40 6.T.:: '
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