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: October 12, 1867
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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= TIT' ; : -r? :V: !;JI\l!! i ZIE'.,\ I\\ILln'[' n5iurgg Carte .R From the Bainbridge Argiu, the reticule' she aimed at my bead, and fell wildly I and looked into my face with painful *"

.. t ." ; 1\ t LOVE'S CIJIDlNCiS. tackwa-d m she charged upon roe with a amxiely. j

"", ,,,,,. ... -::- -:-- : :::,, :. r. r: YLCfliL. : t. HITCHBt.F.'F. Well. let him go. or let him stir. half! mourning piraso!. MM! Lillie urnld "\ baL is it, Richard I Are you ill !- .

air ATlVwAT BY I do not areas to die and fled. I thought discretion tbe better Mercilul! heaven Helen look, at him !- I
; -, .; ,.. i; SPENCER. '. MITC11EL&CO.I U I guess he'll find that I can live part of valor, so leaped over a garden lie i i. ill !" a I I"It's

,. 1t--:':"""! ,': : .. .. .-. ----- Without him, it( I try. Trace near ai lined bod was immediately nothing-nothing 1" I gaiped. .

-.r1..r.'I; : ; .J : "aIP'i'iOrl : I CO TON FACTORS lie thought to frighten me with frowns, nUucke.1 by a large watchdog that sprung ""Only cannot-cannol marry you I I_1 j r

.!. 00 fu tirnU nod black; *" of kennel near by. I seized a dahlia Oh 1 I' cried Alice in horrified dismay .. *
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... '" .\ 0 .. . . . .' ;;0.j I llc'll Before Fit ak him- a back years- pole, and hurling it at the belligerent, and seeing she was about to fall, I throw

.j --.. -, (( tE ui5iOn' Jilrrrgant, made good my capd"bj fording a duck my arm around her for support. '

':f A 3t'a ji S1.15t7.; 'lit aid that 1 had acted wrong Ihrnd. and reached the next street, from At this moment, the ball door opened, _. e
.. 'I''.;:',,} ... Ci I..*. ':'.'i. rv>>'cs'w. >!., \ e\\' Orlcuns.L0 \ I won't Aud f.ioiiahlv forget Vim beside after; that- which I hurried howlS ai the beet pace I and, turn it.g at the sound, I saw with: wino '.,' {

.. Y t-' rt.r .! t'll 1 woulj t cot if I did t could coniujaod. own eyes my second self enter tho room- v "
o 7' n (I, JJ WfiEn.n wgm. I was resolved that I would not remainin my exact counterpart-Richard Smith No.
t ita .ql i 't .JM 1.:4.: .'..i If I vent wrong what right had he I.).. -
y Wtston a day longer. Evidently there
Cotton Fa\\or To l-o so crow with mel one
"" r'0 r '. '' '' .,..... ki' I know I'm not.an at gel quite, was io tha city some other Richard Smith, His i fierce ayes took in the scene at

o .' j "Jr". H 17rzJ: ;t & \E mmissiou I don pretend to be. for whose notorious 8df I was mistaken. glance. lie rushed toward mo with mild .

', .i\.l\.j-'. :.. 6 ti "t ly : lie.had fiiiother sweetheart O1ce- I penned % hasty note to my employers ej-iculation! and tearing the half! -faitlting

;':% .* '"} MEHCIIAST. And DOW when we fall out, -giving my reasons for learing them, Alice from my arms, he planted! his grasp '"
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,". .." ,,1.0- ". '- ,, *, ':l>.i"4H,.'l-f, cut I lie alwa aiyt fhe was not cross packed my trunks, paid my board, and on my throat.. I put my hand on the- .
t. 't 4 .. BAY And that she did Dot pout 'K'd Smith New same locality ol his body.
; -ft- '"-' *". 'drl'1I ton*, t be j Wo 94 STREET, I marking my baggage, ,
a .:, ,n..J 4".<.1 d..r tdactutdliig I i It u enough to vex a saint! Hampton,' I entered the cars for the locality What ate you doiug: i ho thundered in _

', I I t) Jl a a iJ II : It'. more than I can bear; specified on my trunks my ear. i ,
;,1\\8r.rIR LAWS. II |1 I I a iih that girl of his was- "What i I thundered ia
New destination are doing
4----tl7tb. 1667. 17-Crc. Io selecting I Hampton as my you 'I'response'
i'...--i'.4 er+a.eregair togiv* advice by''I I Well. I don much care where. I bad no definite in view a
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leh:, UI-CH a fI'Jb.'rtld't dlMt Lot tale lea pa. i thinks that he it too- Purpose '
He pretty *'Your lifo shall the forfeit! .he
: L. J. but in a place of- its size doubtsof pay exclaimed -
: 1.*-* fi-oiti II'" u lice; and;:ivt- the reason for ita Gouu&nN'll.I FLAXXEST. ] C.W. CRVXMOXD: As .bt-auiiful u good;
II I I..i i't; 1..i..u: eglecting! to do. .o ,make 1 wonder if the'J get him back being able to secure some lucrative sit ; with mad violence: "Thti man ,
tiie l'o.IUJ..ler, rr!|>ooibl : to the jublisbtrfor ;. IL> JJo -TrtnTum Trfrnm ca 9 i I II Again now if the could! uation, and the office of 'Boots' was better, who dared to win Alice Ilerford's lovo /1:

he paxiueiit.Ai.y if I could be left unmolested, than the shall db 1" .
# >vr"-ou who takes A paper regularly COTTON FACTOR I know the would and there the is;
| situ tioa of President it I ravst lose' "Gentlemeninterrupted the sweet i *
(rum the t vffioe, whether he bas ubcnbtd I She lives almost) in tight; my
or :i<". ill ?"-X; >neibe! fur the pay meat of -ANDOfnrrd And now lU after nine o'clock" identity, and be attacked with viragoes in voice of her whom they bad: called Helen, e

tilt fnl<.rit"ion. rerh4l1"a he's there to night. the streets. "bo patient, there is some mistake. Which. / .
rd hi. Jiwontiuncdma ( l (Commission Jlt ttc ant of is named Richard Smith !1" .
Auv*- "'i t> "*)' a11' arrcar.r'.ur: Ihe'l'ulh..b..r: (naycuutu.ue the "I \ I. .* -
i. ii.a-eand! i I hut then I've taid'Ioo't; train up to tbe depot nt New am replied

c.t Wt the Iu whole wnJ it amount Ul.tlll'al'h..t|, whether it i i. taken !:.Suvanunb, Geo. j jI I do not care to much;but-.he- Iltmplon.whi'rled i .. and was hastening "I am !1" replied my counterpart."But ,
., I fchau't: have him if 1 dou't.Betides down the look after ta which of is Kicbard Smith- .
t.IIIIIe adds "r not I ((0)I) platform to my ;: you
The Xouruluve Decided that refusing to I know that I was wrong gage when: I saw a lady in brown silk son,, of Archibald! Smith !" "' ;
take ..*% |opera and yriodicaU from lhjo.t Librral adranrts made on Coniienmcnts. And he was in the right; walking dress, earnestly regarding me. As tll-1 am !?'* siiid my second self. / '
uffit-e. or retiioving. Ad Iraving them uacr.M'd Orders promptly filled at lowest market I 111 tell him M, and then- .
: f.q It priuia tacie'eviJeiice of iutention- I guess 1 wish he'd come to night she. caught: my eyes she threw up her Veil "And lain not !I" bid I "my ,father ?

%frau1. rales. Baegins, Rope & Iron Ties, and sprang towards me. As the vel sweptback wa named Robert. -
LIT.AL APVCRTI J:1tErUfitttJi : >. ron lant1r on hand. :- it revealed the loveliest free. that I Helen! looked: at me a moment, half :a .

-/ Suit i) Atlaehuttnt.-Notice 1 1.f Angut 17th, 18C7. 17-6m. .% Sloryof Counterpart. had ever looked upon. I bad n<'vtr even doubt evidently how to treat me afterwhat'had

.f! the i.1 i''linn' t'f nut l>\' "atta,'linu-iit, inca I i A quiet, uneventful life was mine until dreamed: ot anything half so beautiful. In occuted. Finhlly she hold out x. '

*<" of '!I'll rt.-idonU" .b"U'h( |>ubli.bed for WJC U. TI>OV. "\rj. GO&1ION. I left the shelter of father's roof in Goth. involuntary admiration I stood still. She her hard. i .
of the
three JiiOjlct.tuootlu iu .oaie public \'Ialer. i TISON & GOItDON.aGftois am, anJ accepted l the desk of a ook l ktep- threw herself into my arms-her aims fall "I beg your pardon, Mr. Smith ; it wa" '

Jft.tit.'io,. of :Suit to) Fortlo't Mortgage.Notice ,- i I er in the wbuc! ae! glowing establi.bm"ut around my nerk-aud such a kiss as she all a careless mistake) of my own. Can *

of the' idt'ituiioa ..f uit at common I, @ C L CII ( ;,[:of Shears and Prescott, in the busy little planted full on my lips My face was in yoi. forgive me !rI

1 la,* to furr<'Ioe w .rtga'te, vibrre }Iir.on. arentiilrd I Ij I (t.. "- ." ,:,,,dtyof West'in. a blare. I fell as if 1 had boon slewed in thought of the kisses she had given -
t ", t>r intere-t in. the t-quits red \
j <-ii'tioii| rtjid<" ....-}"0..1 the limit u! the jur'aJutionof I cnna.It.ae i ae 4 fJC.ttentdrg7 slut there, on. fine afternoon, in October honey, with lavender for flavoring. me and wishrj the same mistake mightbe ,.
: the Court in which suit "may I her just in the midst ol the Indian summer She repeated tbe kiss-the munificent made over again, though I was wise .

'.;roueht, siiall! !let" pcblishe-1 in any 11* oapcrtiUutird I I MERCHANTS Iinvited, Lillie I Prescott with whom little angf'l-excl/\iming. enough not to make known m/ wish ; I

r (: : in Cite di"Uict, wherein the uuit-- I g! V J''c! 0:, oI 1 was nearly'in IO\'uto walk with me. 1)d4r, dear Richard !I' How delighted I "Let me txplain&b6; continued trankly.! : .

.eased t lra.tf'jiremiii> ir mortis;.e, ot.ce before e"ert!the first.'0 day weeks of, \irn: still conti'iue buinet at the 01.1.etADd. Hot little;!hand in its delicate primrose am that you have come at last !l' "We were expecting my brother Uichard .
ii 161141' :tSThEET and offer our wvicef colored rested: on her black home from the South where he has been
the teen of! the Court.AdMuittraitir't I : glover my aim ; I was dumb. My mouth WAS. scaled up .
JZrrtvtnrf, or GvarJin: to the Jlerch.utaandPlanters! t'/llill-t-oio eyes. were lifted to my face. I fell. partio with the sweetness of her kiyes. I'd a red! for four or five months past ; and were quite .oo
and the uut.i for the tale of
t -Alt *.,le" t.f lisd hy, Kxectorn Adniinixtrator : too* a>
I, :> Cir Guardians: see required; by law. to tbajvei"14 .tou and Merihaiidi!'e. with all the world. We were speaking of ell d have been expecting you for four brought you'; he bas been some years engaged .. 1
> > t to the
.v jace! : "'-here<;d in the auwr realestatert newspaper' Dt art Noticeof I \Ve ere }prepand to make' liberal advances the gorgbou&test! of the distant LiII"!! days Only think what u period of suspense to Miss Hereford, and tho marriage ".
I on consignments i to u. for tale in thi ilarfctf.I ( clothed as the wrrein tin ir mantles of to take immediately ..
three fates tnutt be pj/eu' ia a public gazette, ; went on the oft voice of the lady ceremony wa place

1 f ra thinj: days* !previous to t he day i-f sale.ZTiVd.V I lor' friend where in it New i is (pteftrredto York or Baltimore.be forwarded to our crimson foliage, when I was brought to a ,te! clasping! my hand: she drew me uuio-: on his arrival.! I went down to tbe depotto 0 '

I ,.' Jhllort end CrtJiion Notice be to Having bad fifteen years experience in the stop by hearing uiy came: : pronounced in atone st i tingly, to H pbxr.on in ,,.i.iog. 'Ttidre, welcome: him, and because of the .kimil .
.l !It"1I awe rrdtoi: of au estate, must "
j>e:.'"hr-l l cibt.eo..kL Cotton Commission Business hat was lI"irhtr! wert nor agrveal-le. mike\;; yourselftsy.. I'm going to drive ittid> in your respective personal appear ;

i\i.rtif i rdi*.,,!'. Learn to SelL-Notice ', extended: I Mr. Smith, I'll jet trouble you to stop a I*n't it pleasant: to be waned on, Richard! Htice, I mistook a stranger for my brother. j
s &.'.:u1|.; .,-- t'"-n is be inad to the Court of al ia Savannah w< have whom an refer,) and with erf'r- minit.: The arch brown ryes sought mines; a* This is all. Brother Uichatd, Mr. Smilh .
to COL
acquaintance we
1 .bun.: (.'re1rrtuer111.u.i.muat be rub. iileoc. I looked up. A woman of fifty, or thereabout drawing up the fur liued robt-a my cumpaa-- is en\irelyblamdeu of any wrong. W. r

iLdJr! .. to-kv. for thirty ljs..l Respectfully effectuully t'lcxkeo'up 1 ibo sidewalk ion shook, the rein over the white' 'horM, gave him DO time for an explanation. Let
., sad tffari/ian Applioa-
1 t:. .. for l..;!n. cf.\.hi.i'.i.t ration must b" pubI'sur AVx. II.TiSOS. before us Indeed her proportions: were and we whirled rapid: away, mo present you to each other as friends. -

tiK <*(*.1!:.; for diewivtun fiom AduiniS": WM. W. GOUDON. colossal.! If ever 1 have seen the pmonifiiation P3p''J is so anxious to seyou: onoc nor"Wcbarl My counterpart shook hands with cn.

\ ,1r.ti..n. ..... '-!I.' for six niaiaha.iratr5sartal I Auq 17th. 1667.) 17-6m. o( indignation I llliW it iu bee ex but hie rheumatism: is worse to* and .brgNl{ my pardon} for dislocating my .

t .- -- -- ----- prenjive countenance.Mad.m day and be CHt.ii"1 drive !orti: VilKmi.t neck tie. I granted it and begged his par: *

; (ara5.' I 31-[ POSTMerchant.,. I !' I exclaimed, retreating a little i on an trnnd tl
_. = ( 'from the battery of fishing gray eyes com I anted! 110 much to be the first neck-lie. .
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; < "1 \r- .t .tG!? : which she brought to bear on me. oto to :greet .you. dear Uirh.Vrd; : AI5ie iso And then at a Riga from the elderly gen. s ,
U. L I .' 'You needn't maJfitn me !l' tried she, bciiuiiful: Hnd'ktv dr, -ply, beautifully tlemin: we wlk..t into thedrawiug-room, .

I __ .. ''. _' W ;Jl, "w..r..I'J.'f"? I waxing: redder. '1'lIjllt trouble you to happy !.:. l IIul.l you ought: to .be the where In a brief space of time my counter: *
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o l"4. t.fLA.- !settle this bill rIIJ the thrust an omio mo-i t hnppy man eliveP! put was made the husband of his blushlog
f ;t \ loaspifie-of! I l''l'd before my eyes, which 'I ln-lirvd am'txolaimed' I, as reaching Alice. ]

tx. '..iiioii. to all Lur-ine TAMPX, FLA. red i>ub titnii
t J 'I ,. ; \TTILL: attend promptly to all l>u,;lae s
.. ..,' ', ? .;., ,\. .. 1"V1U. V trii-lfd to h:4: r.re.i I Fur six months'! board . .fc96 00 time, I rfpjij with compound interest t. and friendship, and became one of the moat '< i

:. __.__ ...__ u_ : ol"I111""h; ? e..tfullj' fcli..itr-L. : For "' wskhing . . IOu then bus'! !ed boiling hot to tbiuk of it. precious of lifer blessings to me. :
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.. ..... .... ..... .,. Jt'- --IE-1tL.-:- At this moment-the f.hxton stopped at Helen Smith had kissed me and she !
J .. r -. ;; ".., ,. ; ; : \ I i. $10300 : the dcorof -i fiiif old mansion on 'an nristOii could not forget it. If ,1 man can get a '
.nU : : lL'iJt\H\\ WM. LEE APJIIORP.LOCxVTIXfi t,
_. ... _'i"_ 4( I returned the bill to her eI 'iic AI fI..t and mechanically I alighted: woman to think of him it hardly matters -
; .... i 'I 1 owe nothing madam. I never and lifted
you out companion. in what he has claim her
my a on and
:.-NE y5 J"" 1. A 'N : way ;
A0EXT :haw: fnu N-foro in my life. Tbe ball door was flung open. The so it was in my case. I believe that I never .t 1
./dr.P. iA : .. 'r- i!I 'Y{ u Jir.-du'l lie to me !'cri'd she, tet-, clawing baud of the young lady drew me met Helen but she blushed at the memory .
---. licg: her arm: .k'U1t.v. 'I Paint k"pta within the 1'uliLul\-her! musical voice
,, Skl Es ,tcr' ;'', : that stole over her. .
rd ; '. :7J .7 .aria w: f' 0' !; ; T r t]
j .. '. .' ... ...a. oS ..:.::: ;;J '... 7F1j out king, dr You'd 'si'ber fork O'd' on Alice I Richard has coraol :
4. ;:. :w : ,: ., t- '>t>. 5Cuo.A. TM, pa. Da.), T.I ,L .f.t. kissed: me again and called mo "dear Rich-
lUrf "j>Jt or in takt me in* : Instantly: the door flaw dark
; ---- -t.- ; open, a ard. And this time she was well aware r
- ;---1 A AM.ES. I Now i it'Hie cJia-ice C.raf: White. flack, male i TNke it,' rewatked'I'you're; welcome haired beautiful woman came. She gated that she was not addressing! her brother. .'

... I fe'cae' to secure HUMES: :: on the to it.1 at roe with mining fervor and shyness Ii it a fortunate or unfortaate thing to I '
ATTORNEY AT LAW, i Public on.aiu.. 'You think to earS me, young roan !- ab <*1utely, b \ bavea counterpart: When I think of *

-a>DSulu :- "For Uncle t?am 5 is rich i enough Rf member what you promised I'll have Verily I*was a favored IDdlvlduallAo I the boarding house I "
keeper, no but .. ,
say ; .
I To ill fear !
(tot itt Ec\\\U\ give tll' a IYOU took up for it as su're us my name'sDiggius. elderly gentleman, mpporling: hiai- when look at Helen and recall too circumstances .-
State Land for Sale at 50 Cts an : I'll Kirn better tbtn de '
I you fell by, a can, now ram forward and saluted : of introduction I I
TAMPA .! acre Look cat that your Improvements '!cei\o H trusting w'uiiler) woman in that way! ;ire, calling ir.> his 'dear son,' and to answer "yes." am accustomed 'I|

\ TILLGI\'Cl: .ruwptattention to'all basin-i are cot entered You defialeful bypocriUi !' cutting short every thing I attempted to -_ !

.il e'.arntruattdto hit care. I j from under yon 'M-tdatn.you insult me I-' s. y by bU joyful Yolu'ility. A BEiCTirct Exraicr.The velvet ,

-:::rl4.cmbtr.-1st.- 1S. 106m.. I .Alsi, Private Lands Surveyed and Correct 'Oh it looks well for you to stand on The folding doors separating the sitting moss grows on sterile rocks the misletoa '!

ness Guaranteed : your dignity 1 \\figbtyl\fdy\ at once. room and parlors were th>own open I ;

S.., .0. CRAFT. July 6th. 1867. H-6m. You've forgotten the cream flapjickn I used heard the ru.tU! of silk and waiting in nourishes on the naked branches; the ivy i

to make f->r you, and the k';111I you used the alcoved arch of an east window I saw clings to the mouldering ruins; the pica ,

t ATTOXl-Y AT LAW. ,'T 11. H. HARRISON (give me every eveningaf'er the rest of a clergyman ia gown and b.tnds. and cedar remain fresh and faJeUs amid *

'1' au FV I, 'era bad gone to bed You've forgot that The elderly gentleman took the hand of the mediation t
1'a of the receding year-and.
*. yousolemnly promised that vou'd: marryme the dark haired Alice and placed i it in
Uiing erevrc-d now fully in the practice Ot last Tuesday morning ): ou ,.a forgot: mine.'Take. heaven be praised, something green and ,

of Las Way' I care walaMendto I in the fc-outhcrn any buairrfa Judicial cntruv"le.1 Circuit I seiaafl that haveyuuV'YeayesI her, be ,aid with emotion land beautiful to see and grateful to the soul, ;'

-: AND:- never no !l' stammered I, nm God prosper yon '. We will then will, in the darkest hour of fete still twine :
Offce : I" the N. E. Room -in rear of the'T.wpa dropping dies Lithe aim in consterna bare the most important thing first and .
in tendrils around the crumbling! altar \
Book and Itrvg: btore. tI :
:10. afterwards.
I SIIOE..J The already !.
.. Tau-pa., W-'y' 23rd 1666. tf11CDICAL > iMAKEBjTTAYINGjujt '1 Do you dare deny it !I' cried !she, in a getting impatient.. guest and broken arches of the desolate tempts .

AOTICE. rage. I gUr.ced at Ali! e'a dress. It was bri of the human Leatt... k
I I arrived wits a rood etock of Yes, forever and a day afterward !I" Iroared dal white ; and her beautiful hair :
o a 111U. tl. 'r and a" u icle neceMarv for making .I "Do think I would! was A Western paper stri :,the nana of !
fine BoolA and out. you marryan crowned with a wreath of biosaoms. :
: hoe, informsthe
4 rt tfnllj orange -
DR. JOHN citiimn of Tampa and jrrouiidkip enun- old termagant like you! I'd sooner wed ,. two subscribers tom its list because they
OFFLR.> HIS 1'r.on'fO of AL bE1V1CEs try that hei now prepared t> fi\\\\ all order in my grandmother! !I' The sight gave me a tremor. I felt wero recestly hung. The pullsher said
." citizen* Tampa hit line with ueatne, cli 'ann 4' and d: pa'cb. I the fire fiish in her The
s Office at bi; iJeoce. hofl-FIf..t door West ol tricbel :Sure.TacapaMarch My pallor most hive' he wa compelled to be severe because ha

April:Ctb, 1 6t... Z=gym. I 15th 1S67. tf wijow was waxing dangerous. I dodged.!. I I alarmed Alice; for abe clutched my arm did cot know their preset address. i


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President Johnson notwithstanding the FROM RICHMOND.EICIIMOIID whether auy order: ill LJS ca* .-11.! *.<. u>uuu I
:: bowlings and denunciations of the Radicals, I 'The 1'rrtideut at ona ,tim JeciJsd thsiu<.h
Oct 1.-In the United States an orJrreuuld be i itfUIJ.Tle .
firmly maintains the noble land be has
'- taken in defers of the Constitution, and Court to day" the counsel l for the party I i icharged to pntLe Treasury- imttun department cotten cUn ba*M cut.UC-b.i pared: sired

x a ; appears! to be assured that the people! will! with defrauding tbe revenue of:' judf : !t tome three mOIl:Lt aco, The amount
rally in overwhelming cumbers to support 'i involved reached a* hieee two c iU'onof del e
: whiskey tax, moved to quash the indictment -
him and aid in routing its asaailanta. tars.The.
\ As because the Federal Court of :limited cholera ii still conisunncg outrage at
we write we learn that the .

: has advised the military commandersto :i jurisdiction, cannot take cognisanceof .Omaha.Th* Indian hostilities cor.tmne. An *ip.;

.. : postpone the Southern State elections any crime not declared so by act of diti n, unlcrl'arL Nelson:, is ;pushing for the .

r Monday, November 4lh. We now hope Congress.The Yellowstone agaiast the upper MOUS: sod
; a for a of the of all citizens BlacLfret. It is stated that: Crows, though e
: recognition
right anount'or
received in un.tibtJly
; pay and !I profesoinc r8C'de engaged
political sins are pardoned by the around Richmond, is 11,500,000 tn rxiiiriy .!iepredatioo throughout' that country.A .
\C .. amnesty, to be registered and to vote.- per Violent harangue wa .. Then, indeed, we shall have a brigbterW num. The total cost of the military establishment Trbernacle in Salt LaVe. on the 7th r.: stint

rt .i I prospect of escape from. the slough of d1i- is 15,000,000 yearly; Brother Sloan editor of the Itierrt .V.iti. .Jot. ,
Blared himself a polviranmt, .)n.1! W puLl.! remain
pond. A heavy frost last night. so. lie had violated-and would! roiktinuc
I. From Washington we have the report to violate-the laws "f Cogrss piohibit!
: : that the President has positively determined FROM ALABAMA. ing polygamy. Re denounced the (torero
: to appoint Qen Steedman Secretary of Went a* tyrannical and unjust and as havingno

War, and Gen. Gordon Granger Commissioner MOBILE,Oct. 1.-The election on ,the right'to make laws for the Saint UM ,
.. r
urged Saints the of a*
upfm practice polypann
.cf the lo'reedmen'Uureau, in placeof Convention question commenced today, a necessity for upholding their iii'titu'tioim' 16\,1\

"J Gen. Howard These appointments, it with the following result : Mobile coun. for the enhancement of their salvation: Elder .
is said; will not be made until after. October Kfciball followed, approtinjj the ent: State elections ty, seven hundred and fifty blacks and six uttered by Sluan. Ai a poljxamUt he "it't

I- Gov. Helm, of Kentucky, Laving died whites. In this city, twenty-three hundred sound. He had sev uty children, .uJ woul.l
bring them up to work for the glory ot' lhchurvb. .. _
0" r : he is succeeded by Lieut. Gov.. Stevenson, and thirty-nine blacks and twentysix .

who"has been inaugurated, and has an Letter from the City of Mexico slate that
whites. The election is passing off
I pounced that be will follow In Helm's political CasteU" and all his Generals at Qu&Ure. who
: footsteps. quietly. were sentenced to be shot, had tern pardoned.
The FROM! NEW ORLEANS.NEW Marquez i is reported at Yueataa, At the head
i most interesting news we have from
cf aura, rebel Indiana Santa Anna's court
i Europe is to the effect that Prussia has ORLEANS, Oct. 1.-There is no martial! was being organized at Terra Cruz-

concluded postal treaty with the United Havana compondence of Sept. 1! j-ays
\ ; : perceptible abatement: in the epidemic.:
<- & States, greatly reducing the rates. The schooner Muucathne sailed for the Unifed:
present Interment. from fever for the twenty-four States, being charged by the SL Domingo; Oovernmenc -
the 1'russiain
: Although King of his
speech at the opening of the North German hours, ending 7 o'clock this morning, six. of which with Uuot!sundry known.} coinrnusions.'th Tutu Orleans* nature Titnei,

.,. Parliament, told the members that : ty-three. 22J alt.
e : their work would be a work of progress and I

t peace, the continent is in troubled state, BURNING
OF A STEAMER. The Indian Wnr. ,
and from several quarters there, are india i
i cations that at any moment the peace of NEW YORK, Oct. 1.-The steam: hip Ti- WASHINGTON; September 26.-A. S. 1:.

Europe may be broken. oga, from New Orleans via Havana, for! White, Esq., of the Interior Departnynj

From Mexico we bear,that Congress is Philadelphia, was totally burned on the and Secretary of tbe Indian Peace Commission

to meet on November 20 ; that Gen. Cas 27th of September. Tbe Steamship Rap arrived iu Washington last even .
tillo has been pardoned ; that Gen. Diaz
S a retires to private life ;; that Thomas Olio- idan rescued and brought hereall the pas ing, four days from the, North Platte, the ,

ran has been executed ; that Gen. Herri- sengers and crew, except Jerry Sh'ortJobn CO, Jmi56ior. having adjourned at that point t

ozabal having resigned the Governorship O'Donnell and Thomas Crowley, who were on the 21st instant, to meet at Fort II.tr-

I of and Tamaulipas, that in a ,speech Gen. Pavon at Monterey.succeeds.E&cobe-him ; burned to death. ker, Kansas, on the 8lh at October, for the ,I

'it I do acknowledged the indebtedness of Mexico purpose! of making arrangements to meet

I to the United States for the success of FROM CHARLESTON.CiiARLEaos the five trites-Cbejeuu, AIHJ..J:...."... .1
the Liberal cause. Oct. 2.-Gen. Canby has
Apache, Kiowa, aid l-UH\II"U': '".
._ To the people of Louisiana, the news issued orders prohibiting courts
provost ; Medicine Lodge Creek right*' title ,HI' b 1
Gen Mower, Commander pro tern of r
the Fifth Military District, has forbidden from exercising jurisdiction in any case involving of Fort Lamed.Mr. I

the assembling 01( armed men for political i tbe title of land, or in any civil White. reports that the council wuhthe !

4' or other will be welcome. whore the claim exceeds t300. lie
purposes, right cause chiefs of the Brule, Opal ala! and Cheyenne
; We have had during the week cons has also signified his intention to modify
tinuauce of weather unfavorable health tribes was successful. Tbj agrerJto
t Gen. Sickles' order closing the bar rooms
and the deaths of yellow fever have increased meet the Commission! lil Furl LMt.tiuie

.. but they bear a very small. proportionto I throughout the second Military District. on the 1st of November next, and in the

the number of oases. It is almost need. -
meantime: they will stud out .
iut "- r
: less to say that, so far; there are few indications FROM WASHINGTON.WASHINGTON 7'
of amongst their people to I-rn.g tutu ..'t
I an early commencement of .the Sept.21.
i business season.-.Y. O. Times, 22nd. letter council at that place thoie wL. l II i\t red
The of Senator Howard, telegraphed
A; "
g ..c- t"w .. .. all\ over the county from Detroit, yet been met with
The N. Y. World's '
I Washington
apes relative to the declaration of ft penny piper At the council! with the Indians; on ;uo

cial, important official information has of this that Senators who had !., IDvh
city eiprrssed lu!l., iu Ni!tL Plattb! they uiuihoivi J}
been received here, that ji dicial steps an opinion on impeachment shall not I
| present trucaa! to the
a ) have been taken in lien.; Pope district to .ba permuted to sit in judgement on Andrew
t ; S.uukv 11 ill list. {roil and the ...
4 Johnson, and that as a Cr."t equ-: ,c'!, w,'{<:'
secure the right of suffrage by the recent ,
{ i. ; to according: to Mr. U'"Is',.rrd, i'.ia: IV.-. .itr.l: 'lirotujh 1 ; linj l'opdCr 'a-}'-I't't \:.I.m., .y 4.
Several citizens of Alabama
it proclamation. intends iu J.l vuhtrt.e to\ C ,nress> !! I* "
.. miy ltar.a, "bll;: tl.rc. at1Ldata! ; t l.r r
., ,' ..., ... who nave been pardoned by the a part ot the 1 KiJictl bdu'rue l..t .
j burning .cr.uucl.: nt'' Celt to tti m.- ".
r a j proclamation; have been before boards of Senator Tb aye rut Ciiirinaaui to frighten I ,
I ib,1 aline.! nisei two voids ..
to {* hlVrdunud
which the the States of Ohio, l' lin yIVlSnili and
legislation, are now revising
i New YOlk into voting the Radical ticket I n1. tlM bll't'ftllt01, and! .ieJtltt'd tot .
," l ; lils, and demanded the right to be regis
If,so, it i is hardly worthy of'.he official) contradiction he peiiniitvd lu Lui. :.-loc
; athegame
I e : tcrt>d. General Pope instructed the boards which I obtained. for ThaverV I
; II. t' rh.u t thc rv would! te !
1 : to refuse to register thttn, and they were stupendous: tale ; but if it i is not 1p....it cf wil.iag tu try

I of refused. lion S. F. Rice, of Montgomery, this scheme, I have' the highest! authorityfor I, to cultivate tie yi.: The next day the

stating that the declaration iu iUesuuii ComiuiiMjn met the Indians in H councU
BL ex-judgc ot Alabama, who was one of
t was made! soft ly on the responsH-i sty ol to respond! to their pioj...i-. ;(-h!', which: "' 311re'ro.1eJ
the before the United
parties, went 'States
the writer of the article in the Evtninrj
a toby General! :'.&\;ina wLo .
Commissioner made affidavit of the Union It never reoeived Executive authority read for pantr |>rt>artrd bLim of the .

M fact with view of letting in the United suggestion or intimation and stnseof the Commi-M'uo, the !ul.,,'.':H,. of

States courts the constitutionality 'of the the President is no more responsible for it which has already been publi-hc.t :. The
than he U for the malignant and erratic Indians
who were then
i military reconstruction laws! and the 'pow prtrt: JI.'Hpl\uj
Senator Howard. The Maryland militia that they had entered i into .t control o! _
.. era conferred by au Executive pardon. which Mr. Howard drags into this so called, peace..Mr.. .

Similar movements will ,bo made in all ,of : contemplated Presidential coup d'etat is White .*lll kite \.ollin'I.i .n MSV&:

t I the Southern States where registration in, so far as the Executive is concerned, amere about the 11 of October to m-uli.- t"1mislio'n
lie has heard of it : -
I t notiioaedand\ if legal redress fail before myth. never at Fort Hark -r on the J e.>! At'
in the columns of the Radical
except pas the various
present minter "t' u ;l.aye
f Judges Busteed and Underwood in Alabama .. pers.\ The contradiction of these fabrications separated. Conmiissioctr.

t and Virginia, hit honor Chief Justice uxif course beneath the dignity of President of the B.'ardis Ts\lvr.at the, .

t Case can look at his Presidential J the Execnjtve. Th>;y me on a par with General Terry at his headquarters' ChX at S I.; r

decision the falsehoodsHhat the President contemplated Paul Senator Henderson
prospects! over a ou militaryact ; kt his h-m .n

in North Carolina. This important as stated over three weeks ago, I Missouri ; Generals! Sherman and I Uodi"'v i
and the ,
opening registration postponement are at St. Louis
; Colonel! Tappan l I..h
is interest in- for
movement exciting deep official of Southern 1lectionll, which the Danver the
on ; 21st in.t.. and G.nera +
circles here. World contradicted in
: persistently the Sanborne, who
of the
---r I face of even some administration papers Commission
remains at Omaha
GE: SETMOUB.-Mr. Dunn, a citixan .h at fell into the error of retailing them.- to the shipment of attending

of Warrington, who- is prominently knownfor tlmay add that these terrible WtlaCions the.Upper Missouri Supplies River to the Indiansof i

#4 his alien lion to the comfort of his fel- of the inauguration of revolution by the have been dcstro d by whose crops ". '. I

f.. low-chizeusinforms us that on its being Executive still continue to amuse Mr: Johnson grasshoppers

represented to the General, many of the though suh: Radical Senators at' Mr. ---a.... .

.. ... r: people in the vicinity of the Navy Yard Howard,of Michigan,and Mr Thayer, ,of I II TIle following order was>> issued by Gen 1

I : f were in a nerdy condition he at once directed I Nebraska, may persist in trying to pass eral Pope on the llth inst :- (. ,

a .. the issue of rations to twenty fami them off as' of genuina coinage. I have To enable'the necessary communication .

; lies. This meritorious on the part of based this dispatch on information derived tube kept open and the military t .:,:
'. : : : Gen.Seymour it well calculated to increasethe : from a proper !oarce.1r.\ World. on the,coast of Florida to be properly up. I .
sups :
I respect and kindly feelingathe commu plied, the, military and civil authorities of .
have entertained for him since his being the ; -
nity FROM NEW ORLEANS. various Florida posts, tjept'cialJJ at '. n
I stationed here. The citizens ofPensa ( :,
: 'In Virginia the Republicans: are nominating Apalachicola Ma'i. Cedes ,
f } cola in particular only await an appropri. candidates for the State Convention.The Keys, Tampa, Tortugas and Key West, are
ate occasion to manifest their sincere es. epidemic at Galveston is rapidly disappearing I prohibited from placing in th 1 ".'
,: The Ilowa-J association has issuedan quaractin
teem and regard for one who so well deserves steamship Alliance '
,now in
earnest remonstrance the return cf government
1, ( ) to Observer be rewarded 2CfA.by his counuy.Pen'ac .- unaccliinated person 0 against I employ, provided the cffioeri! of tU ship, I

The special Wasb'ngtoo correspondent of the can show a clean bill of health. The cummandinp :
JfiMvurt &lica' the President had : .
RtpN & says | oflici-r of the District! of Fk.ri.'a is a
1 HEALTH OT mis Crrr.-It is now gen taken DO action on the Is thin reference t. the !; charged with the t'
erally believed that the fever has txau.ied I memorial Mayor Withers and other promi- ; order p-op.r extgtinq! of this. ,! ":
t itself, and we all:: feel decidedly batter and neut r.tlemen of Alabama, asking the ro
moral of Gen. Pop I -- "
.. cheerful as we experienced the --
more re- .
a j The Radicals Lbeortlt : .
at are ftttempiinjrs The Canton
(Ohio) V _
usual salubrious Repullicatk
of our atmosphere.It % > :
turn ;
; to make capital rut of lu recent election "Latei \Va
is not thought advisable, however, for 'Lat Richmond at which the negroes Aoted. | +hiug'o. ki.n ,nii llll"II .
that Mr I"
.: persons abroad to return to the city until II' FlU John Porte had a long; interview with ; Lincoln ill to t'i manit'll} ?. r\ 1
after frost. Gen. Grant on the ISth relative to the reopening gentleman of Canton. '\V" *,e urt. ,11f\'t'J' ;
I of hisjcivse. The General think that neither ': tU to .
name, and therefor. .
We regret very much to learn the fever 1 I the nor the laws a.e. : not ,pus f i
army regulations j.ruvido i fared to how
"", continues without any abatement at the I for any such n !tance' as that presented tv !, say much credence'ought: to _

Navy Yard and Warrisgtcr.J. t Pcrter, and cors'd-rable! dcubt Lilt arisen u to j te given to this! very taatalirins: tumor*.. \ s 1. ,_



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T..K. SPENCER. \ GOODS .! KEW\\ GOODS! .I I.of the Florida Circuit in Court ruJ.J Jove roe Souther and Dade Circuit 1 :: I I .

-: AND :- ("u "tiu.
WE Edward B. Ravreon ) In atta hjnent, :< 1

: r' Se advertisement in to-days issue' I ofEXTRAFLOUR. \ \ \.. V sworn to II U,7.t.am't, ::,,, i ;
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,of. money lost. Just Received from New York : I I William, Mundy. ) bondfiUdforioo, 'v

Also: TIlE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform DEFEXD XT AXD all others interwtcdL ; ..1
The Fall term of\the sir cui: Conrt, will public that they have just received a aid hereby notified of the commencement I "
fresh supply of well selected (Groceries Dry of this suit, returnable to the Circuit
COC1m Qke"at;Brx>ksvile! Monday next. RAISINS Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Crockery. Hardware or the Southern Circuit of Court a t
.. A General AssorUnenlDR Florida, for Won- .. i .
i' SOAP. Tin ware, Ac.: roe and Dade counties, on the third Monday '

Parties needing State Scrip for entering MATCHES. 0 GROCERIES.Such of November next; and to appear and pled '

landk.or for paying taxes can purchase a as Corn }lour. Hard Bread, Bacon, clear o the Declaration filed! therein I 'e
> o i? a m : ,
V small quantity, by calling early at this oft Spirits of Turpentine.! ,Sugar Syrup, Rice,Tomato riaictiff's Attorney: 0 1,'

., .fice. GRANT & CRAFT.Oct. Catsup Feast Powders, \\'est.Ju1r27th.. 1867. lejn ,'" I
5th, 25.2w.For heaps, Blueing! .
The schooner Dill, loaded with Grocer-i GOODSStich : Matches In Chancery. :
.M ;ies &c., which has been due'here for sometime Ac. In the Circuit Court Southern Judi. :
JO! : -and was detained at.Cf dar Sale -0-
Key, by ctal Circuit: of Florida, in and for Monroe -
loss of rudder in the late is \ DRY GOODS & TKIttJIIXnS.: V
gale, expected s- and Dade Countiet. V
Heavy Bed Ticks: Denims, Linen Check,, Liuen .
.here to-gay. Checks, Linen Drilling, Calicoes, M.,sliw! !, Francisco Rodriguez Aquilar, ) Bill for
'J d ----. .. -- Calicoes of every description, Muslin Robes, Assorted Braid for dress **. Dirorce.

The steamer Alliance arrived hero on ,% FINE NEW BUGGY, without barnesi.11 .- binding. Pins, Needles, Cent's Thread Maria Mora Aquilar. \f .

Monday last, fronrNew Orleans. We tin The buggy is l perfectly new and in !good 'Flux/ Thread, Sewing Silk! asVdcolor TT APPEARING BY THE RETURN OF tfco .
Pant's Cloth order. *, Floss Tape Elastics,
DeLaincji JL
demand that she was detained severaldays ; running LadieaACenU UdVff. Sheriff on the Snbpirna issued inhi.* .
Domestic -Alto :- cause, and affidavit that the
WoreteJj, Bleached by Defendant: re- N
: at the mouth of the Mississippi on GOOD TWO HORSE: WAGON, with harness Ladies J: Children'sHose fides out of the jurisdiction of this Court and
account of heavy weather. She Itlt for Dress! Goods, Domestics A Ac.: In /good ting order. GcnU J out ot the United States: .

Key West on Tuesday. Denims, Bed Ticking, 7.-11'0- Lose, white It it therefore ordrrtJ. on motion of Walter i

-..- Hickory, Towels, GOOD !LIGHT JERSEY WAGON. Ingood .cold.ILEADTMADE. !: C. Maloney Jr. Esqr., Solicitor for Complainant i

Thanks to a kind Providence we once O Indian Orcha.I Sheeting, A repair CLOTIII.XC, Ac that the said Defendant Maria Mora Aqnil.)
-' I above articles I will sell cheap for Cash, Linen Coat, ar do appear and answer the Complaianti Bill! .
.more are in the enjoyment pleasant Marlboro Stripes, The can be seen at anytime by calling atmy Alpacca Coat, on or before the third Monday in November .

,weather. The dark clouds that so long 1 Table Linen, Blankets '" Linen Musters, next otherwise the said Bill will be taken for v
Palm. Hats!, confessed. It is further ordert JtSt a copy of
lowered o'er us, and, the heavy rains that 2Sth. HENRY KRAUS1LTauipa 23 ttSalt Leg horn Hat, this order be published once a week, for thespace ,
Ladies Cloaks, Dress Trimming : Sept ,/ Canton Braid flats of four months
have at I some newpaperprintedand t
have continually poured upon us -- 7'-'
y Wool Hats; published in this Circuit

length given away to the bright UD, soft i Works! /' Shirts, PETER CRUSOE, Cl rt ,

,. blue skies and healthful North winds. Ladirs and Cents' Taper and Linen Collarj, /. Shoe, A true Copy: I
n l S. Bru ho', Attett: Peter Crusoe, Clerk.
OF M.TERIOU QUALITV, will Key West, Fla July Cta 1867
Another rc-arlo firm this City Las Kentucky Jeans, Umbrella, Ginghams SALT Blacking 184m
furnished in Ac. J.HARDWARE .
I any ttllll.tilics requiredat : In
\. spoken for a column of the Peninsular the }Point Work Old -0- Chancery.Circuit .
SUN SHADES I "Kocky Sijt <>a
,. p for one year. That, is what we like to II I Tampa hay" ut d> !hvcreii iu 'Una; City ataHOtrible Ac.CrockeryWare Court. Southern Circuit, in and '. .

a bear :and we will wait patiently lo see who I for Monroe and Dade Counties.
Balmorals. re : rates.Apjilv Knives A: For ktl,
will be the next speak l for a column, } Hoop-Skirts, to Spoons, Amelia Sawyer, 1

column or 1of a column. If our merchants II ALnLl .Agent. .Nails, (as 'td size*,) vs { Bill for Divorce. e
'Efl:: (! ./ Edward .
s.9 :;oJ ; o Sawyer.: J
will all secure their columns, we March 3J,1Sa7. 48lf. Gun tube! Wrcncht,
.. will unfurl to the breeze, by the 10th of Tampa, Shot, IT APPEARING BY THE RETURN OF .
Powder, the Sheriff on the Subpana issued in this
November, the Peninsular in a new dress. Also: -IITIfJU ,rEISSnnOD-:
and affidavit
Cap. cause: by that the Defendant resides
; \\ritingPaper, out of the! jurisdiction of-this Court and

Here is a fact which cannot be too often A Fino Lot of SADDLER lt&"ellrc*. out of the State of Florida and in. the United .

Gilleto Steel Pens: Stales:
repeated. When you see a man who' ad. I \ Ink, Ac.\ Ac.: It it ''thrtfore ordered on motion of WalterC.

Terlises liberally, you maybe certain of I Ready-rn %e Clothing. llarncu.a1.er. UphQllterC'c. l And we hay have on hand a well selected Malone, :Sr. Esqr.:: ,Solicitor for Complain.. .
Will atten.l to any business this line with \ )lot of. ant, that the said Defendant Edward Sawyer .
stock ol( in his store
finding a good goods I
k neatness and dispatch.! I am now prepared \ TW WARE. do appear and answer the complainant's bill

that be keeps us.> with the market, and :::>X1.- to ti\ //Mattrt-*, as cheap or cheaper' ;Such tie \ on or before the first Monday in October next 4
than it can be done el-ewhcrt. I can le foundat i: Milk Pans otherwise aid bill will be taken as confessed.It .
M-Uschtiiper than those "ho do opt adver- all times nt my shop, on the opposite side of trainers, is further ordered, that a copy of,this or. -

tise. If you want good bargains always E A E 10)) y, A 12 ill 2 the str-at, and a little Eau of Mr. J. Ferris .- Tin Buckets, (with co, r>>.) der be published once a week for, the space '
Stor Tin Cups, of three months in come! newspaper printed .. V
l'lrOI1zl'; ihowho avail lLeimdvf! of and in this Circuit. /
HERRMANN. EI : mop.SIIEltIFFS Tin Plate, published
A lee. Hoes, Spades, y\
the a raM. SALE And other articles too numerous to mention true Copy: .
of Frying .
., column! their paper. Tea Kettles, which we will tell at prices to "LET Lll'..', Attest:Peter Cruwe, Clerk.
VIRTUE OF SUNDRY EXECUTIONS Key West, June 7th, 1667, 8-:Sm. .

We invite the.lilt ulioll of the ci'izens Cooking Pocket:Stoves: Kiiive-, BY against Wm. B. HooVer in favor of P. G, ;GRANT& CRAFT Notice of t
Wall;J. R. 1"uhnore'and Kennedy d t Darling! Insolvency.
j o! Tampa slid surrounding to the TibleKn i es' '
country i lulled out of the Circuit Court of Hill boro' Tampa, Fla. Ix PROBATE CovRti AT CUAMBEBS, Avcrsi till .

t Hd\' 'rt: ment of Dr. F BHASCH in to- Trace Chain, Hone and 1'11On4.Mule f Collars County. Fla., at Spring: Term 18c7, to mo diicctfd _May ISth_ 1867. 4 It. A. D. 1867. ;
I have this e. date. p:1.r.; Dr. RR&NCB kip con,rant- Haiue s &e., Ac, '
property of Win. 15. Hooker' and will of. Polk CountyI'hereas )
Ir on band a large and well!! selected st>vkhih fer it for sale, to the I highest+ bidder, before the il'-ewGoods: \ Robert Wilkison, Administrator on

Bud Medku.r{ .. } h-j sells! Also-' Court House door! in Tampa, within tho legal >I V the Estate of Simon P. Smith, late of '.j
Drugs "
\ t : hours of hale, on let Monday [2 day] of De- JUST RECEIVED FROttYORK navt said county, dec'd has this day filed in theProbate ,

', '< 'oMu' the most reawrat.le t .'nh. Give. camber nest, to-wit: t Court, a written suggestion of the Insolvency -

-tbti I l s <,,11, aDd onr word fur it.11will CROCKERY: LotNo. 1-N. W 1t>f R E }. and the N 4 of A' Gcucvl '\ 01 said Estate. all
0:: i the S. W. J of section 17, in T 29, S of R, 1'J: E s a o r i iu ctsnt Therefore notice is hereby: given to persons .

gin: oiitiroV.'eareKgan datt 6ieliun 10 purchasers.of OrE Ttry Description.j t J and lot namlttrcd of section SO, in T 2?,:S: of In baring claims against the said deceased'sEstate
I" Consisting of the
..--. R 17 I:. contaiaiui in all 275 60-100 acres. I' part following: to file the amt, .authenticated. in
.. and again without our S lot No. 1 and the N W. J of the S. E. J and Articles : the office of said Court on'or before the Cth d
ct- the } of the S W. }. of t'ec'1'iinT29 S of R DRY GOODS. of February, 1S67, when there will be a prorato -
$ e' mail, ward l the report till in i the freedman K. pavme'ut the several creditors of
ir I containing 175 acre V among .
who Lae! tLe ckniritct from Ocala to Brooks- : woo IDW AJgIDz Lot No. 3, of Sec SO; in T 29 S of R :20 Ecantaiuing40 -, Calicoes Bleached Ginghams, Hickory Muslins Lawn, said In/olvent Estate.
liiMtXt Domestic+ O.-riaburgs. Marlboro And it is ordered that the Administrator d>> .
f \illf duc! cot come up to time, and that And acres. tripe,, Denims, Edgings! Insertions Genii rile on or before paid day, in this Court, .true
:: the N. W. i of section 11 in T
29 S of
l lie had not sufficient horse flesh to com i'.'lets*, ]Pail, Bucket liatkeu, Measure'with', Market Has- flange 20 II coniaioing 16t acre Hosiery, Checks"". Gloves/ J:c. and perfect Inventory of all the efectsbelong- .
Pantry Ber-
tel top And N E: i of sec :2, in T 29:S: of R 20 East Latest Style of Clothing. ing to said Estate. '
wit). IIcw J Coveri ttra-s WireSiftr
to time long! are we to belbu Given under hand and sealof
con taininc 100 acres. 1 doz Planters Linen Sacks my
t' ... > imposed upon; Will not Mr. Keen lirooniit, And N WJ of sec 1 in T, 29, S of R 20 K: 1 doz SpanM. Sackv ItIIISI the Probate Court, at Bartow,
Ac.: Ac: ; containing, Ifiu acres. 1 doz ,. e"ttonsJeOaekl.: this: 6th dv of August A D 1807.
who to have the control of this bust !
j / Seems And N E J "f Sec 11 T 29 Sof It 20 E con- dui It It Punt. OILS' DA Yll>SOX.

t jnetk, do something to remedy this nit 1- i -(CG )- taining! acres. 1 doz to Linen Judge of Probate. '

If not'we do authorities I J.T. LESLEY Sheriff 1 doz A. II. Tweed August 10th 1667. 8n J.Notice. '''
hol' our military II .,
2 d Brown
I / Linen Drill Punt.
i t will take the matter in band. We fee! a- @J'11 V Ju ft :3I o -Tempa. Fla. Oct. 5lh, ISti';;, _4tds.For 1 doz nil English: ) Ira..1 tie I I'rock .

I lor9d that'ibe. P. O. Dep't at Wnhington, I Coffe. Tea Sugar Raton, Lard) Ha!n!. Hire il} Jut dos Bl'k Bl'k AlpacraSacki Ficnch: Drp.:Sacks. SIX O TIl SATERTIIE DATE J1 REI -
would correct this evil if ; Flour Sturch. :Soup: ,1.I"ululil'btt..c. Sale 'i d",1. M'k Frock. shall, at Administrator the
proper representatioivt
; accounts
1 Candy, Can Fruiu, 1 doz Bl'k ., of Wln.Carn.",deceased, present my
", were.made by the military auihx>rities. Peaches, Cherries, Taut \onchers"to the lion. Judt'O ol Probate,ot
I oilier for sale, my Improvinents of 27 2 doz! Blk Encli-li: !i Patit ask
Tomato I folk for a final! settlement and
iVpper, Catsup Mu. tard acres lying;: on the Soulh Prong ,of the I 1 1 doz dot White" Linen.. Drill Sacks, to be county discharrel from the further administration

.. Alafii. On the comforiallo DuckSiuks.:
place arc buildings of the aaid estate.
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-- ----- Copperas, Ginger, Allrl.iee.Kerosene !! 1 doz II Duck Pant.
and a splendid well of Water. .. JOHN M. PEARCE Adm'r .
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Item bOtrtisrmrnt. Oil, Candles, I.alUl'] H an.l 1 doz y pni: Pant. 16-Cm.
good healthy place! and splendid Cattle \\ doz fancy MarouHctti BartowAugustloth.7, '\
-- ---- -----.- I\VKks.; IVtush. IIarJ Brcud l Cracker of all I,will sell C Linen .
aiijj at reasonable prices- Striped Vent B Jl E .v T
l'uwJr,1 FINAL SEl'TL "
f DI1UGS&JIEDICINES'I Also : New St>Ir of Hats, \
I fcJiot, Lea!, i iI 1\ months after date I will present mv accounts ,
I'.j head: of good 1 Slock Cattle Brown Cafsiuure hats S
I :; and 75; Broad Planters Hat., and vouchers to the Hon. Judefcot \
I Just Received<< by tbc "Alllniico. Gun Cape, Chewing Tobacco, Black Felt
I' head of hood hogs Hats United Main HuU, Probate llilli-boroujih l County, for a finaOttlciiieut -
V ; smoking Tobacco, Any one' wishing to purchase will do Lt'g'horllllule, 1\Iflll1.: ort .1 ( of the! Mtateof Micheal! Wall dj* \

1 k.ozodont. of:c., .t c., well I lo cull.on me. Hats, Ladies Hat'. ceased, Ill..} at the same time will ak for a discharge .
: ,. Drown Windsor Soap, MIDI'' ((1000 Pnlrs. ,) frost further administration thereon.
t c Shallenbergert Ague Fills, COWAIIT.AlaCa : MeV L'nb. "i'. I.. Hrol JAMF GLTf: Adm'r .
., .. Sept. 28th }1:67. 2-t tf. : Bulls f anaparilla. Also a fino Lot of SADDLES, i vu! Tampa May 1st, 1SC7. .ru._ "
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WhitcomAtthma Remedy, Model School for Young Ladies.ANDREW "
Itatcht-lort hair Dye, ;, Bridles, & YontbV'Kip Irl'J: : us' Notico of Final Settlement.
ladies Butr: ]tuuta.
-4 PbilotoVen I MONTHS from this date, I ba'l !>re- I
I, .. t 1tIt1rAltrient- Also : ]) Ladies huff Kid: Mil F.OOKBoy's SIX mv account and voucher to the Honorable ,
/HroM: ,.
'luinin., : Probate Court of IliUnborongh connty.
'I 1'odophyllin i Misses Gont" Congress Jailers.* Fla./ for a linal stttleraent on tIle Estate of

Pjll'a, Of II.VT.S V SHOI FEMALECOLLEGE lj I l.adif Msl Boot', Cvlurnbin Stafford, ileeoasod.ELIZABETH! .V -
i, 1' Ayers A Flue Lot < >. I J.Ali" lasting super 1'. Congress.. : ) KTAFFOr.D: Adm'i.TampxJuneSth. .-
Jaynei Fills l'IT"B1I: H.\ LlldiCi Kid Mi"d I Boot 7-6m,
IS 7. _
i Toth Gtnt'cTiitn and.La.llct Will .. ) _
4 I + VTrighU' I'm" enter >t u ..firt sliest l eor, XonJav.U. ,
I JlcLane Pills I Children and habits, .:,.b< r, 7. GllOCERIES.Hour : ; '

I ::ir"Win.tow.. Soothing! Syrup, I II Torn, limns nrJ, frurkm, Fork Notice. ,.

,j I tit;istars Balsam of Wild Cherry, -. SUI'I.JW I!lfanilitMMari.' offt'rt'Y! our. La Pilot Bread, Soda: firkins,
I the e
uI in aearL tlf{ ua duoition.! : I] LL PERSONS having demands aainst -
t Carbolic Acid, The T.-. cli.rs u'.l: :>Ianar.T.. (fourteen in Nustar) Prpnrj, ira, ColFrr, A state of Milton \\\ Johnson I late of 1I111.wr

tr Truwea Shellac, Matches Ac., Ac., Ac. number) rtprereut] a'.lchim'irs.:! and fur thoi- Susar, Soap', randies.\ ouch county; J c'd"iU present them duly authenticated '

.' f" I All of which Shall be happy to exchange I &Jrilii-\W1 oichbuis :n thus re-pciii\c departments tl I Jobarru, bury), Snit, Jlatflirs( Candy) andSpier ,' without delay, and all person .
lor reenba<:kf. eo.inot If- !UrI"-;.-.!. ir. indebted to said estate are requested to make
.. I V F. nR :\CIT. I Buckets, Coffee Pots, The course of study is most, xtenive: and I immediate payment to the undersigned. All .
Shot Guns
I ; j jI Milk'ans! Measures, AcCi couii.lote. FrtJ1; I i+ I I II and Painting Departtumts: utter :superior in- Waterproof Caps. are hereby notified that their claim will be

.. .. "... uueemcnt I' barred at'the expiration of two years from this
: I. Lost > ,-' \ .> -. rIoo.i. > l'ltrirnl PATENT MEDICINES. (
I : ... trninin, the Needle
Ate.l.J UA : W.W; : the Cuisine, date, unless exhibited within that time \
a r and tho Not iiii.1 School Departments-all \'ctvperfect. Ja\nc Expectorant: Hair Tonic Alterative Wm.lt HENDERSONiilministrator.
... I rrhis9t.hJaJ'ofO.toberA. D., 1667.between J I Cur P.iUam. Tonic Vermifuge,

C'I+ I 1 ten niiie pond and Tampa by the way of 1t D h, r6cuiittij. Jtcc UC( ]tuar.lin+; Hou o No. 1 in all rcpcct. :Small l t Liniment Mid :,nllit\ Sept 2Sth lSt)':. 23-Bw. M
t : the upper ford ofix mile creek, a. dark: cloth il'1.1 and .%OUIa-: lad.vs: will alike Und it a homo fills de.JE : _
C '1 coat, dttitaininc: ?MO in currency, and aSout.f indeed .. .. .. 'P.!) ....
I t. 52 in Spanish guld. Any person finding sail :' Cal aad examine the Good for Cuthl-eit i is: one .,f the htliltLic and must fir r.Mats: c.c: ..l:1.ttJ: :: ='7o Notice. '

-::- i" %! coat and money, and delivering Face to me atM :* yourselves bt aiitiful town+ South. '1rrnm] [( c@ & lBI9 '
r Aafiu.r t o Heury i'roeus atTaiupa will confer i i I TIe di-eipiic! Of the College is one of its PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS AGAINST ,
a treat favor on me; and I further offer a 'A. A. ALLEN chief attractions. Tne meets! wt the! College h. ( rcJiC c ot 1y itii\: }'ERn!.., laU of lhn
reward of twenty-five dollars for the recovery are thoroughly :ir-outhera, lCc'ttilttl t cCJ@ofuo county, deceased, will present them to the ;

r j'\ of the. ranie. Charge uuusr..ly! moderate. Send for undersigned rscttlfment. To I'hora per ousirldcbtid
I: 'E: V i a. J. UGUT I:1: :. Corner. irtshinylon: & Monrce Strati cataocue- JrillTI mJE&J] will please! akcp&yment. '

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"' "' 'I THIS FLOF.ID1 PEM I SULIR again'.before another extraordinary frost.- > !(Carte., nt QLi o ct. : I -.

: After the cold
came the "insect, but hat ---- In
"_ p has disappeared, and tbe culture of oranges E.: A. CLARKE& COHafe C1irlJtcery t.
"(. In. the Circuit Court Snthern 1adida I
u rapidly recovering i its old popularity
t Had it not been for those, two untoward i. just Received direct fromew York LOUVRE. Circuit of Florida, in and fur Mana. !
leuetaltuoitment, forming complete .
let County.
visitations, the cold and the insect, there mdn vrSTOCK John A Williams J

would have been today, scarcity room for i ..
another tree on tbe ft. John's River. OF GOODS- n. }[ Hill! for Divorce !
'117 M Sweat having purchased the Pnilre! Marthi AVilKam?. )
Those who go into it now, will"surely leap 'Y of the late of this fash- .. ,
CODlI8tlog'Ir1. of the following artic I Ir let interest propiietor I .
nJI.I.lI.\\'I 1\G
TAMPA, FLA. a golden, harvest a few years hence. enable saloon announces to his frimilt t and 'A HEEN: FILER: in my office' I

I have only spoken of oranges, but lemons (t 3)) the thirsty !I-ubicthat! he will ronstantly keep made ill to the at'V(* entitl.-u; cause, and. it **inz \ t.I t.
SATLKDAV. Oct'r 12IU, U67 hand full of good fa I appear by affidavit! tha"" .l,* defru '. "
iiipplv tvtrythiny
do aj well, at>d are fully as marketai on a I dInt render Le fund the limits of f
f Such i II Calico drink for hot, or col.1, wt or .Jr)'. Civ him j, toe J-'ithrn
>le.. to say nothing of nintaDDle.. of which .. J a lical; ; ('ircuit: towit it. the State: 1.(..1'\1 l '
a ,- We clip 'the following extract (from a an acre will hear three or *four* tlousaad, .Ginghams rrrnts, call and Jufy try the 5th fine 167.{! \Viue, Liquors, Gin C tf.lie.Tampa It. i U hereby ordere-i: thai It.. ilef.in.Uui Jtf tn,>,tc wpnr

loGen. J. F} li. Marshal from I aud j'rllJ! :1. ewer or detmr
,I Jetter an and other fruits above mentioned. I Merinos! Muslin [ to the eem.pUina.t .- I

army officer and pubH bed .in the Ma&satbuetii I have lime only to say a word about lie Laines, 8IWNCB\ DROVE" 110 : EL. ..I.1in. AU'I..tllcxt* Kiel Hill; on ort""UIIIf'-iIIl.f'or before the tint ukew iion ,....

fl \ << Ploughman. the fisheries of Florida. Her sail Jaconet, S w i SB ,
waters, Mi( lii. Yic. LawlIS.Iri.11 I IW ('onf..l. FroritltJ11... ; :.....o: .ji, /i/thiy
'''The toil of r FloiiJaii generally a light, aud fresh, swarm with the finest fisb. Any Lii.en, ltarrgrs. TAMPA, FLOKIUA order be ma let il come t'\\'I'.11I) |.-r pul.li 'Ju-d f a..
loam underlaid oveuiug can be I leaping out of in this Circuit uace a weekfur three ron+ i-u- i
they seen
sandy frequently by, or I Silk: handkerchief. Fan EE0OKI33B' J Icp t'r.rynts -o I Live uoatiis.

y mixed with clay It varies flour the extreme the water singly in sport, or bustling$ up cy Neck Tiw EJjjrings:: In.eertrons ee lido !_ u II H., leLF.P._ _) Tk f t. rII. '. '
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of dry taod, almost pure silica, to in shoals, as they are pursued by sharks YrlretaGillipTlinimingeShirtin ; Ma .t.... 5 I I

the richest hammock and bottom lied l Hook and seine aru boih largely rewarded, s "hertings.kDrillingsBlrodi ; HOUSE; HAVINCJ! (: KEEN THOU I.. tilch, H. :SwL !lur I olltl', i '

&rd in Le marshes inexhaustible beds of I and ilfnlj nerds cntlrpril'aud capital to ('J-Marlburo it Hickory d i liilLiudl',!triI['..*. fop.. uu the.:lily lIe reuovated'\initiation and of n-fitteJ visitors.U now,1'erroia open Apriljuth, V;. SrBill :

pure and excellent manure.. Even the : make the fishing interest second to. no ])eniui ,Ticliinir, Cl>eck Crutch 1'laiJ' vi.itinR T.IIml'.I'iII find this liLU'e a j'1Pasaul! 'for-piT crco, aIn

most_ .unpromising. pine.barreo., 'treated other in Florida.It li')' Jean*, Ca-siuu-r, Flnnrul I., Itouuctit : ftoan .lnieklicre the can enj'y u climate the .'(>'il7"ri ,'J ml trial (.'i-r.*.' .. '" : "'till"
ynui urn leruuzer ana ashes, will is an old saying here, that be who Taffvty libhuus: LaJie lUlt.i ltuttou. \sn iiijia i'eJ iu; the State. 1'h-- llIlall' .
prouure ; ,
i aliiiuruN it llo<> \lirts, LaJic-i and Cn-n tleliracirs of the I in nfn" // // f*>' ,* t ,% t'Joseph '
pt will IK fnrnthed'with all the
abundantly.t 1 speak not from theory, but has once drank the! water of Florida, will t.1Cl.llall'.11 lloubitry. Gloved Cullurs hatsShure. !, In fontiectioti with this t.I..t.lihllh'nti. llnrri' )
'Irotn experience and observation. 1 know never leave her. 1,can testify that thereis :: Hals Ac., Misses it I>u\s Shoes it Mat, ii. one ol f the fiiivst Orange Groves; in the frcrn ulIll..'i \'J V la ''Iirieery ,

instances where the (Jryest pine land has a powerful fascination in her nnpnralleL Coats, 1'aiiu, veets. U nl"t.Ov'r it L 1< .I.irt. Country. | Leenorailerrls.: ) -

1 betn made to produce even kind of garden led salubrity of climate, her moons, suchas 14.p JJ.8ad.l1es. Tampa, Fla. August. 17th. 1S67.! 7.ttSTErEKS' '\ HILLHrvrirl4 I ')-i ili .

stuff in abundance, simply by never shone elsewhere, and even in the tlie ..i.\ .- t :;t -2*"%" .
generous RriJli; hits, ]Halters.. Moiiiiialw vi.ilito \ ilfi; .
anJ skilful cultintion.4 i favor of her summer sun. And when \ .ippmrbv .i .1 V .1
; f t : Girths Stirrups, 15in- A !>li-xi-- HOUSE. rail.i i 1 < l II"y.' i "te I i. ".' rf.# : -',
Among the staple more specially she shall be filled up with a tbrifly.indus- .
crops can spurs, horse Collars tc., .ten duii: I'iliVl. w. -- rV :
adapted: to Florida are long-staple cotton. rious, intelligent law abiding, and freedom, 1,23 25 & 2'1 11 oadway N. 7.Opjwrite I! Id'.'1. It if- I I.r I ; ..-r t. .
and sugar "-t-anc. The latter grows more loving people each family silting under lIltI RowHnq Gr'tn.' \I 'I.x": '1 I.. n{..ti..-.r ". ': :.ii iv, ., u-. :

;, luxuriautly in ibis State, tL.olD any other. its own vine and fi;tree, (of which, by the I'ockctA Tal.le Knives, FilI!, -lilBEUKorKAN I'L.\N. I! t( lll<. <... "p'..: ,,v. '.- -(. t I... r : .
X I have Door it Tad Locks tir-t inuii, l:>\ i. i ""I..I t I'H ii, \' i r : .:
1 t.. In the Indian River country, and below, it way, forgotten to speak, though Axes Trace e abI
: then Chain. Hoi?*. Hiowt, !*, Agt'J TE\'EXS JWti i is writ anJ wijele I i I T\' ill) lie tuk.-n u c.. il!' *..:. J't'f-ii ,T' n' '.t I.
here '
grows year alter jvar fur six or. seven I' they equal to orange) ecleu'e.t: 'l'acks: Drawi'g Tim '". to the traveling public. The l I..<."- i I j Ill-IllI'MI! nf this order t b.. IIM-li ,., ...' w.' -

years without replanting. 1 have r.eeo' Florida will no longer bl a terra incognita 1 ..li\'t..IJatcht't.: .. GUll tion it .spifi.illy; suitable to merchants anal! pvpvr! I.nl.li.h..1 in I ll..<> I'in-uit fur tLrciT "'11- ,

tpec'toensof stalks taken at random from to the great majority of the Aro-rican Caps, !Fry I'uns. Tea tll:4il.I.I.Il"',; ;iti ;in close I'r,,rimIty to tin I Ibuiit cutive mo..th.

4 a Sttd on Indian River, nearly three inches people, but .will be the garden of the Ktttl I Iron Puts. is-rt .>f the ci'.Y-I' on Ui>> Ihwuy! I J. .J.filVL'XS! : CK.L" J

through near the butt, and more than South. H.0118\ Ac o\"thrlllall.1; Wr"I"ru travel-ar.dJ ac.'I' A. .\. AlVn. Conip.'f: a S..Liln ,'.
to. all ; [lUiiroad end l Mebtulniat JeTli \ I ib'li. 67 4 "m. '
: principal' : 't
twelve fet tall. In that warm latitude 'S 'I -
the i and mellows tbo Itllscellsrnc .' QLe'S, W J]: poi e. S T
cane ripens to very C 4 f) 1 ) "'iiveiin ]llou-r Las lilriil 1I1'.omll".1"- otice.T

top jl>iut,10 that in grinding there is no Tnhs. 1'igt.lul. Chili !' Irvrs'', Itr: .K.ut-. Ir.ll""I ttors f..r ov<-r :S'ti. ;;orris-it: is well turui-h.-d 1 1 .
green juice, and the sugar aid syrup made Tbe Height of r"tience-A dead man Bound Toy, Hour. AAV.II ), llourBrushrs / .- mi-1 p''rcjeu-'y rno-irrti ioj-ioVmUnt fur '

from it are tweeter auJ richer than siting to hear the ticking of a sun-dial. i A ('o""J., .\)..-llev: !. .le:. tl.v tairtair.! : "!..!:' of its. itni4'c lln- I....Ins ( !IUH. \: l ntnlEJtJu. J":;,,.. WJt: br '
any ,, ..
o err "i'nci'JlI" and well rmlil.itfd-piovi.lil i (' It ec other. The yield: of this cane per aero in Pacifiu males-ben-pevked 'bu banJI. t. W n. 'h (.MS aad', ;% -the atteixl.iuce i ill C itttii.al. otue. y t

that and lower 1 latitudea, is very large. .. and ri'J-ect'ul. -atid the( ttble! ii, le:.l'I\lIII\.r.1\ ii. L MITCHELL
... !Jut after air is said that can be about Why cannot the crevasse of the M.ssis- 1-ans, J'uUs- &: -riatcs: '. ; 1-$'-leI is, tips| ., ('olftC.Jot- ,. provi.tf.1 with every delicacy ul the ..':...oUUIt it I me IStti H!\7. .tfH

the common field crops, there is another i in. sippi bu stopped! Because dam it you DijlersEARTHENWARE \ moderate rates.

I' tesesttLat: in my opinion far surpasses can't. &c. (1EO. K. l'U.\'r.:; CO.a Notice.

: these in Platen Tea, Rr-akfi-t t' iJirinr .. ( 5 6m. J'rol'r"tvr
.; profit and promise, I mean tbe : 't.* 'IIT'Tea 17'-17. I
f culture of the semitropical (fruits 'How many a dealing husband,' say the A Coffee sets, U in 1.4 l'l.itli-r> l"1'd..u I
.. Gls TuinHri ; \ LLP. ERSONS: A tE InmRYOTTnEJ: )
d: : "" are- Coia.Vtt : BEAUTY A' D BOOTY:
oranges and lemons. This I am sure i fo to cynical Mr. QuilJ', 'would: like to, changehis yrup 1'iiclieiy >N' C ,> .1'. A :\ not to throw down or nn>!et my Pantur

be the speciality of the State. The whole! forty ear old fur\ two-lwcu h.:.."........ l. "I,! I TiICtr1TCI1t1JrWSE'S! : : I Oi I.Ef ; Fenee.i.ear Ft. .Mfado. Florida It" any one fJ
: of the Peninsula of Florida produces i fly ?tier tbrvw said, for.cvdowu, he or she will b*

oranges of the best quality, and from tbe ties.! GTI"I.'I'( }t 1 ; i'. :, I I Mrs. MARIO.V :So i HIM'OOD, puui..hed cccordic' to l.iw.JULIUS. ROCKXER.

J latitude of few Smyrna nouihward large It is said; that the Yankee who was lit a-k--r4, C'"', >- f 1' -HA' -')- Jnly20tli',. lsc;. U tL

'y variety of other fruits flourish such as lem the point of death is'Li4L1ed it utf with his. (, :". ,\ ;1.1 ,,. I'. ., '.' ; .l ;' Fc" $200.Tli .

ons, limes, pineapples, the guava, the date I>>" 'h"I'" .H\. ..,... .I to. II.. .. "i". ..&. -0- 1T"t.lteet ,
knife and well. )
jack got
palm, bananas plantains, cocoanuts, as well TPc. t f.;"!i:.. :-tu-.: : ''Ii' t'n mtt-rrstlotr seen: written from real

its peaches plume: grapes and ail kinds of You need a little sun and air," said a dI,.'. !,!:I d., ). r.1' \. 1.1.rl. ii...-e, l by a Lrfilj of New t It-iu s, wilt\ \ ALL PERSON INDEH"' ED tone as Guar
J I .. berries. Beforecowingto Florida I never Cio: .1Ir: 1 t. .. 11 t\\1: niwnroiiiniHii.l: nn nttcnthe f.eriteal, an.1 l Lea for the minor, 'heirs of Johi..'. lli.-i.k I

I law'a fruit worthy to be called an orange.I physician to a lady patient.. 'It 1 du,' was Ker .! ( ., n (: Oil. valiiaMj hiirlo.im in eirv fminly, Win J pafaiMitul I er J- ""R-4'.I are hrrrby uotiritd to come f"'r
} porti-ny.il of f"it< relative to Butler's forward HD| settle If they tlo no\l Mir lbe
Until one has and the Uie reply, 'I'll wait till I a husband! : .
seen ;
eaten .
.Smyrna get Alw rfnrn. C Ct'ir.l-:
I v iiii-l'i ?, : l.ir!"hio.M tre.ttmint to the! ladies: of N,'W Orleans I compelled tocomnimco .uit.JULIUS .
and, Indian River bo hat no con ]1' .', Ink. r.J.
l orange When a man speaks to a lamp-post and Bru"hI"4.1'.no. p' : ,liockssent bv. mail mi receipt of price. :. uocKxnn.juardinn.. 1
ceplion of what an oraoge should be. In vcriou other I } ,- size, juiciness, 'sweetness; richness in cautions it not to 'bob! round so,' it shows : O. box 2464. $e',," Orleans, La- July 20Ui, 18 every 'I1t'J Stock .
".. Having just ('p< our we ale '- -
I proper characteristic of the orange, they that-the post is getting irregular in iu
piepared: to lI..lI\t| H!* low price; a' goads model School for Young Ladies.
r are inexpressibly! uprior to the lifele''a, habits and needs .. \
looking after.A I can be bought i in the pIli.! Our Trn .
insipid, uu'aU"f.ictory fruit sold under that ..
i t aro CASH or Country Prodnr.. Call A STonE HOUSE! and two lots ..ituare
namti iu the northern warkttl.I clergyman who was preaching in !
1 and See for yourselvts. M' my old Stai.d! I .'\ tee i- r mast diirAl.le I part cf T.m. j
I The profit from orange is larger, and New Yorl StAte fainted; motile in his pul : :
corner of Washington it Marion Street, pa. Titus: unqiiertionable ; {loses ioa givra
.. :' .realized at a leas expenditure of money and pit, when be was discovered to bo a wo Tampa Fla. Soy 10.20 tf. : FE IALECD1LEGECIal at. the time of sale.
than that of
any other crop. The Addre e

I t .. receipt: from one acre properly tended? are man. JUST RECEIVED A FINE !STOCK OF Will enter "l'on.itll nttt! BEIT.School: C.A.Fear J/i/W-ij, Pr. A. S. r.rHE \-.\. i..

f" eo Urge as to almost: incredible! Florida IIou! .:/'fsmrlFIA. .
I appear un Don't reach your mouth any wider October 7.
-- --
til it is subjected to the test of experience % I
said a dentist to who!
a raMi was extending
I and ca'cuUtion.! An acre will properly facilities are offered Young Lac STOLEN.From

hold: n hundred tree?'. Each one of lhe! e his jaw alaimirgly. 'I intend: to stand SUPERIOR:\r..h of an il"eatioa. -
Groceries The Teaclurs, and Manajei fourteen i innumlxr
'when mature! -seven years old and up- outside to draw your tooth.. ( : my reridenee: on he night of
al!I ihurchcs. aid for thoi
(4.. wards-will bear represent 15h tit 1 Mnallbnv I
a yearly of c April ;li7..It Hi\
crpp say oiitfhr.cfis in their >ective of
about fifteen hundred orange ((1& low (esti A country paper rays ; A cow was HALDWAUE: labor raniiot bf urpa t""J| ..l departments: IIor.>. (Stallion:; ) about 9 years S.1.-.i.

I :, 1n.1Tb 5e will sell uapirk at $2 a struck by lightning and instantly killed: 1'he cmyw of study' is; most ex'onfive c'ii.1 fill face.; J i.on\' built and hoa a mnaK, bkz is: h- :-e

... hundred, (they sold last for three CROCKERY WARE complete. 1-'t, neh. (tennan. MUMC. Vtn"'Inl: .
) liberal i
year belonging to the village physician who ard A r"xrard will be riven for 'tt a d.-.
offer indurPment
giving $30 per tree, or (3000 per acrelron t Pniuthg. Departments superior li\ ery of th.- horse tome at mv rllliJ..DC
( bad .
; beautifull. calf four days old. S tPtlmil- 4t1t11Of l rook., m.! ..
... : receipts.; I have calculated: under BOOTS AND SHOES I'hni",1 training, the Needle, the ('ni.int', < > or ny infor.inntion .
i inn.1
L! the "ILual! of well ) : : in ro.'l\I'llo: Kim.o '!h ; I e..( i.1 )I.i"i
crop cultivated trees, andniidr A fellow was kicked out of an editorial. the Normal School }Dvpartaients verv j '.
1 wilt l ,
: : jay 1 iiindr: >' 1)utCIK! .r"y ir.f.'rmatiun -
I < I the actual I selling price of the unpicked room the other day, for impudently stating Ready Mado Clothing, &c. perfect. | tint will oonvict th! .' !thiefAlVLIXEVHIiFIir.I
lioarJintr house Xo. 1 in all) Smalgirls
fruit. But if any one is incredulous Which I will sell -lf w for L'ai.li.JOIlNJAC'K. I : >.
that 'be had seen in fiddle and ladies will: alike tint it home
Germany a F o y'unii C .
still, let him reduce the crop to one ON'.f. indeedOi'l'bert I Hrook "illt''I.ril! 16th 18.;;. 62;
I thousand, which is Final, for large that it required two hordes to draw
n crop a TAropno.'I.., 7. 30 t i i.* one of the Lt>altuie t and rcoHLeant
healthy tree, loud the price to $l l par bun the bow across the strings; which would iful town :@Uth. F liB.-Notice 4I

S (1r} .-d, and he will still bUtt 11000 per acre. continue to sound for six weeks AVi: JUST: RECEIVED:: : Per Sohr. a -t Tht> ili.-eiplinv of the! rtl1ei"! i one of I iti ,

Xow ten acres, or thousand. : trees, is a I rah Helen" direct from New York, ar.J ol I|I chief attract: ion!!. the ofltcers ol the Colle-ge I; '

i. good sized grove for one man and a hand Ladies walk on their toes at peventccn, for for sale At the old stand of Kl.SrPTJ'RUSG. : <* arts I 1..r..n.I'outhl'rn!. : I J hereby i-nntion all pr. oti* trorir f'*"* ;

j r r or two to take care of; and from it the their heels at thirty, and on their whole for Cash uill )', a smlI. well assorted Clmrcej unusually moderate. Send for .! tnvinc.elliin, : oratte r.1''ii-fi';; 5" .". v*. '.
Block of catalogue. i i the f'l'owi.'C: mark H.-.1 !?-" -iUpvrainl .
r fortunate owner would realize an income, foot at forty-five. At each period theyexhibit DRY GOODS, A. I. 1I.\MILTON. | under 'lilt in oin -r.
: (Lv the above calculation) of from $IO.OOOto a uniform capacity: to walk into ST.1 TIOXRUY. CUT- "r't 141h. 1'ros'L t 7-... the oth 'r-Piad! d! I'. aw.t fcpii"- i I.\.\, ,

$30.000 per year. Let ma assure very somebody's: porse. for a support bo: say LJHJP. CHOOL BOOKS. :. IonCInC!' >vi to 1 Inv. #, '..:.., "-i ,, *. .' .
"one that npt-cr o .1in
._...,..... ......large.._ __.as this n may. .sound, it is no the' rascally Ilcppes. LIXKS .\: TWIXES. FISHHOOKS THE:: J+AV.\.V\AH I "Itit 1..."," '" _! :. '.; II
.akvujcut. nut u is necessary iO |' CHEW1XG TO r'n7'ol: !: 'rC1'j1;.' 'iiJ) ,r.\yr l"1 \ I .tl",, cioptwo. >!!'<, in i .J.} .. .'_ '
wait some time for them. The A country et'itor describing the bonnetsnow : .&\1 U\1 ;Q .. ..! M.: P.. i-e pio'-erlv; ft !"Ij.t b.rthAiv.
should be io in fashion .. '" ., i*.>> .' !i i-iriiiU-; ,
wt out August : They "Lave a dcwunard Ary per -i. : : j \bt. at-
or September '"'" ft. '' "
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and budded the 1'11.-_ u" \. J. .oR --:;- .'.",-".....0M" 1.1;; l x11.1 l Lran.-.jt'le.; will! U r ptaer
spring; or set slant that reminds ono of a vicious cow MATCHES J L..,. ord-nir: to law .

s4 out in the spring rains and budded the with aboard across her kc., J I n.XIrLll.HI''J :: \ r

same summer. In three years from the e eyes ( I bur, the trees wll1a1\\ be _..
f t : bearing, say only A man being awakened by the captain of tW quality anJ price whichail} please- i iLalyr -
twenty-five oranges: :; each. Even tbat LTULLSHEl) AT SAVANNAH. OEO I
of a steamboat, with the snnounrcmen1 G\\e\ mctt cftU. T4A5II)
would |500 for
bring ten acres. The next IUMIV i'no c"I!i. I '
t -' ( ir..tJ'.tio"' in I Ihi eCity lr.\\' 1)I
.. : year the crop would at lean double, bring- that he must not occupy his berth with his cptemher, bt., V.6.. Iittf.T _AND I
.. I
(1000 and 1 the - II: omrut TAi'tr. cr Till CIT.I .
t ing more than dub on, replied, "Ob, it won't hurt em ; -I

'. ling and so on till its mature crop of twenty they'ro an old pair. t he" erg L a I j j I Best Advcrtisiag, Pl3dium.s Plant \iioD. j
.' tt
liva hundred I bave \.1'.1--
orang been !l, :

1 a -'_ .' told by men in whom [ have confidence! A military officer wanted to compliment'a ""ILJ ....... ..... \'t\J '.. __ "'"' I.,", : . . . . Si) I" I re .1 I I t 1:0: S.ILE I I II
: that trees hard been known to bear .. .. : ;
five negro by drinking; with him : ''Well OF Fr.D.II."nHH, Kb IK AND; .\ T\\ t,1\: . . . >. G
thousand, six thousand, and in one case ''tllll'nt of t t'ntiriui.sn .. lv... ; : . t .. ,. I .LMCLL! TO -Tilt r I 1IIRIIiMer t
1... Captain, replied CulT. "1'.0 general; B! i> '' t" ; ihrwith r kl ,. . . : I\\-
that I have beard of, ten thousand ortoges. so very dry a tier a.....rt'iient t'l"Dr ; w. BIASO 'I.i on tli. end day ..f !!

i I But these! though facts, are unusual facts, so I wont be ugly about it. Some niggers \ CuuJs. Hardware, j j i o'e.I'"r.lu\; ta'io'l co;!'ii.. t tI
of VtVi of Lar.d. with
and basis of calculation. ::s-too .. )limits: flm Editor & 1'roprietnr. I I ling (tr
s- x no:' proper Theo proud to drink with military! ossifers! ll t. A l..I.| : **, about r>.i NPR. dt.\r.1 and under C t. ", market is insatiable and the sale SaJ drry F4nnly 3tt- .lt'ir.'e.Tul'llc'o I
ready I think a milishy! osiifer when I thiii plantation lies two mile W'S' of nr"ntdvill -
t : j. ; I would urge upon every one coming tot is just as 1'icire J-: "I'ltT.O, Mu-tMrJ: \lt. '2 jj.A 2 BOHCOHHJIS( ( ; #, an.l. ) curtains some or the >"C t hammock t
'. good ,
} : : 'F orWa'to: sat out at )least a hundred trees M. a niggerpeciallv if I laud in Hrrnaudo CIoUII''. There is a i;<-ojJwtllinir j
{ l'0.. I
I the nugget is dry.' Catsup .H- i # : lou.p and ail he I' n('r*>rtry out hou"
; 1 the very-first year, if possible, but at any 1'1} per : pioe.r ; : '
', G. ,Y. DILL e<, with fine Pencil. Grnp.1'10111I.. Mulberry
; .
: rate set out some if only ten. Tho ran. ruIre.. ,
J t r crop A Frenchman has invented and liannami orvhad ou the 1,1. '''.
: : i is .4-e. led the tree nevei dies of old age bust of a complete Cn.al't! ,,:ll'S. J. MILLERMaster, !i 1 II. ill aTo .. II""NI" .4v..,i irmule debt
I gutta t ercba, colored like, L-li trera.rrr .;i iI. .
i ::, but the aid hors+, earriagr, w .
.Il"n h
on better *
contrary grows every reaching from I. .. ; (I'l.V KKcUL.\ULY: ; HETWEEN
the throat T'r.'i r; ,
to the wit ""tLL r..rLa. funning: utI! .i'iI.C..rn and Fu decade that it lives. Before the great cord ahd so skillfully. manufactured that the Combs Dru-lit.! Av: : \ i j">! ..fTitrpHnfi ) our rvTfariuintr. -
:; .. of 1835, which killed! Ail:) tho trees' here, rise and fall produced by breathing is distinctly .1'.11,1 l la .ri-at u> i '. it r... I.. fin Mn.itec.:[ I F.ir fr,-ight; or 1'-4..g.fcpplv' At>V i.r**>n Mi i..II n1) buys "'al .V

0 I- there were many over a hundred years old, visible. The d.IC'p'ioD i is said I I n.,'nii.'c, n'l' ..1! I 1:1:! i- OI' ,;, iit\ roiII..1 '", \! '. L. (!. CovAC2vc!I. Tan.pa. (;.(1,L tabors in oitli Florida *ill) Ioe n t>rH>d &. ..cby .i f *
f f r !: some probably two hundred or three bun be A to prier; .. for I'a'h or Counui' I'm '''-e., 17" Bn.lA' Mia.ittu \ not alt -ii.liisj'th.i above sixl.. !
compile. necklace or to lie
'j 1 (). ,E_ Bred years of age. And it is altogether conceals the duUicn between about'the the throat. ,. tart il. Ivill t'vt ru-*'r J"Jsdf t.I br .lId.r..U. Lt.:arJ.Jnce. .Captain. ou |: Terms uisd LLUWU <>i> Ar"VTM.C.\ ( <,,1.1 .

I I t ., : probable that: they will grow to tint agec. flesh and< Us imitatioB. actual j i I se: S-.h. lser. J, ;KliDWJOi'JJm : : 7 tf. 1. ?2J, 7 2a I 7. HOOKER.Augltlhl 17tf..

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