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: November 2, 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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T1IE FlM'nM\ ;r'EMXSL'lJR.EVEUT I \ ?nsiuf5s Maras IlKDQfARTERSTHIttD MILITARY Dia't, 1 cur. And any sheriff or other civil officer and of those stricken from tho'lists, will Lo

(Georgia Alabama Florida,) > failing to perform with energy and good i promptly: sent to this office i

\tr. r. Kirnitu D. L stt'rl'ae1- ArL.\ T.\, Gv., October 5, 18G;. ) faith the duty required of him by this order I III. Printed lists of Y \

lOtJlLI'.uLD. : SAILBOAT BT. t GENERAL ORDERS J JNo. will upon report made by the Judgesof registered Voters to

'" ., r T. K SPENCER.* F. F. jriTCHEUCO. .,74. f election be arrested and dealt with by conform to thaMIegistrition Record" Lut.. .

.f I. WHEREAS l>y the terms of an Act Military Authority. arranged alphabetically, will be despatch ,

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION tOne I COTTON FACTORS of Congress'eulitleJ, "An Act to providefor XIII. Tbe following extracts from General ed to the several Board as fast as co'njplo- '

the efficient of rebel 1 Orders !Jo. 20, from these Headquarters ted. Before the election '
F"00 : -: ADD ;- more government day the Board .
ropy on* ytf. .
March 2.1! 1S( 7 and the are republished herewith, for the information
States ,
parsed ,
-t .()ite ropy MX rurntlix..1. .. .SO Qommisjon JUrrcbant, Act supplementary thereto, it is made and guidance of all concerned: will, add (alphabetically) to the printed' "
lists the of all
**XII. threats of violence"or names persons registered
Ibo .IUIY of the Commanding) General of or .
JATl01 .
: ADVEIITISIXC."Onf 75 I'oydrn St., IV c\v Orleans.Cotton .
this Military District, to cause a registration any other oppressive mean to prevent daring the five days, who arc qualified to _
lint teed for
tI'iul&r. ((12 brier ) or .
first insertion. $( 50 j to I t.., mud of tbe male citizens of the "any person: from registering name or rote.IV.. I :;,

For each Wqneni insertion 75l clJ rc?11-lm JLo: 'Wmcl.C: wg Sut: i>f Flo.da, tWt"nly..oot! veers of age "excr ing his political rights are positively The members of the Hoards of KegBtration ; ')

>tate and Lrpl Notice will Le charge 1 at I and upward, and by the terms of slid: prohibited ; and it is distinctly annonn- '
factor : in this Stato will! act as Judges cf
the following rates: II Acts quiiSe! l to vole, and after such rejjistra'.iun "ced that no contract or agreement with
A-{>l.ct iou or Lei ler* of Administrate Election. In case of a in
them of their r'
(CommissionMERCHANT complete to order an election: "laborers which deprives vacancy any .
tl Woii &
> ,.. U>> :l>'">r* and Creditors, '*'ls..1 0) I onuat&ing to b help l nl which tie! registered;, voters "wages for any .longer time tban that actually Board, the remaining Registrars will appoint ... .- .):

\-l. l. -,-ai'o.i-'''r'1>j iuiT-ion, 12 W i of said State, .ball vote for or against a con um'd in registering or voting, and qualify in accordance with Par. -. r ,s

*i,...... .-.,,,,1.1 ">f l'..n.jid.!es. C 00Atveiij !, \ Convention fur the, of estsbishin[ "tcill be permitted tobe enforced! against i '
purpOMS :
.- .iuu..l Iia fur blioatioi: : VI, General Order No. 74, a competent ,
I'I.i. < t not
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;| "them in this District and this offence
and civic fur ;
No. 94 BAY STREET a Constitution government
...-. the ii.inberi f iueitioii loe J ,
; ( \j > $, to to act with them as of Election .
/ I mentioned in this person Judge -
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r- i Cw.1 Ja..Wt; co o 0 o17th. egates to said: Convention; and to ;sivo at "graph;: will cause the immediate: arrest: of : and promptly report their action and .

..... ...D.-L.\\\-...::, ;' I the offender'affd his trial before Milita'ry A
< August 1867. 17-Cit. least tbiity diy; notice if the lima and a send the oath talon, to this office.V. :

J41. .',:.I".J t" gyre n )rice bvUues !I place at winch the election lji'l be held ; I Commission:* .I, : The Election! will be held! ia the ...;
,.- It1:1...-: ii'>l take h'# 'a- CiUtMM-TIV VLANM-EV.. I E.V.ILfl :o.D .> .
> |I' | I NW1IoI and! the said i..tr..ti1; h tt in;; been madein XIII. The'txerci-e of the right of earl""duly
1" nti ; a!ii.it r the It /l-.II for its Court House at each County teat, and if .
... 0 rrJ the State ot Florida, It is orJfied : lIuhorizlJ'Oh! l, under! the ,\ .
-,t r; rtin( ; to < t>o. makes Jo (S Ema rr "l fU
!I. ...a: :,r. -s." 'u 'bu' publi.hlrpa : II. That an election be held in the Stated ""Congrcs: to register( and vote i ii l'l01'1' there !be uo Court House at such con veil' .' ..

.' '\- .! COTTON FACTO RAND Honda, ,'commencing on Tbursd the 1 "teed by the Military Authorities of this I i ient place as the Board of Registration !
,At..: ".t.:,'.,art,'11',.. ".Ut,A<<"' ;;,t. IS-4"a teas.r rrtnlerly sum'=cr.b! I 14ib lay of SO\'t II1Itl"f, 1667, and iontinuinp "D.strict) ; and all persons whosoever nre I shall select. ,
.: I I:. ti. 1;I1a fLt..t of three d'tvs, at which. the rl'gi'lerell : "w-uncd agvixl: any attempt to interfere"to I VI. The Judges of Electron! : will provide .

...:b* .. ,'.. (Cracral Commission 4llfifljtlntuunrtit Avn of said: Mate may vote "for a con i prevent any Iran from exercising thin I : .. .
each vf Election substantial
!"y F' t11P pafoor '\' .'I. II: hr.{ \t'lIlilO." or .tgiinst a convention,' and ford "right urdor! any pretext! whatever, other at place ono .

alt .t 1'a t. 'I' ...r l,!' ,," ...rh }",'. :<1' rout. : to ron.titue( the nvention, incase "than vl.j-.cti.u liy the u u.II"gal mode" ballot'box to receive the votes. Each ballot !-
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:"'.,; t" 'u '.1 parry e.d .
." !tr. : t "I ,j, :" ...,h..! t...is tjlken (o) .1 muj'irity of the vote
(J" .. t!:;,. ,..:z'. .." ,...T :I Lihrral aJwr bade fonMipairnOrJfrs i question t salt tf for :a convention: and in counties of the :state:: of Florida, shall I aperture in the lid, by the Judge who raceivea I

,:.., .' A '. A. ,J."':; Il..t 14:111"1" '..in" on caw ;uniity: of all such re;.:i-tired i voter vote a: 5.i; } election: for delegates to tbe j ji
o ..\ .. infl! !: li'tnS! at I"imt lnarkrtran : it, and in no other manner. ,
r'D. 1. rl.i'i; : I''JJ. he {.r' ; !lha.1 i h.h.'II'.fJ on the quc,tiou of huld.ngli : : i i convention, according to the followingappointment .

.. ,:it't.. : .ix.ihattiiirtrt't yli.t: :I.a v fS/jfth tt''Uirk"Snd *.ii1: un-. : RirriKz.!' li'iir. Irrn, Tif, ,'li cun\\'lIl1l'U I ( made in conformity to the : VII. At the time of opening the polls!! __ .f-

iixut ... i" '' of. coiutaiulj (n hanJ.i i III l Iiln'l'1 I to! ih-j duty of l'oarlsecf: prot'is:ocs of the second section of the Supplement the ballot! box shall be publicly expose!, .

+ L _,l't; iNT11TNTw.; r: Ait., 17 17,6m.WM 1 r' ;:Mi'tJ.vu in Flotida touimencing four : : :iry Actchted March 23, 1807.To so that it may be seen that there are no .4:;:' ,
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1-"it ," .'. .1 ....utt f. A>>a1"rSlgt1Gdt1.C! --- -- ---- --. ----. i | the lit District-counties of Escam- ballots therein. The box shall be securely _'" '.:
H n-wN u-a '1\ UOMVJMTISON or-'rt.tu
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<'I i1thiee: t V'l j ".Iwi'tt:7lertt: : Ja ) I :
ease ..f 'II !ti'lc:.:.. ..b.Z".k .:..i..b.l I>t. ; & .uoKDOX{ ) )( j for b'u and Muta liosi, three ((3)) Jelegites.:: closed and not be again opened under any '
] the thrrof
i :: oi t unii .l.I"'l'( to revise '
: To the 2d lstrict-countit5; of \Vallonand ,
'lL: ;; !It'\\ / .eof thf
:1> >0'.1, : I'.ki ". 1/01'! t '
I a i-iu'i of 411 J I) the 1t' istrativI lists! I' pretext whatever until after the close of J .
d..ttkt Holme !
; 0 : one ((1)) ckleg-ites.!
Ireatirtceia7a. 1 I eati t.. If'"loll JlM1OJ: '- In"- euUsLnrl H' .1." ,3 "j ..I.": isMERCHANTS \. i-i I i ii|..,u lh'\II.t; f" ti.fil l Lit any person To the 3d District-counties of Washington the third day of election. The Judges; of .

Nu.iee ot ib* it1.t.tttidut. t.r "iuia COSatlu: i.i.t tut.ti..d) ts rrto h.t> bin regMtered, to ..
; e. .i N t. Ca'houu: and l.tchou-iour) Election shall have custody and be held responsible
:aye t.ZQreuhr orvherc .ereona!! are I t"ll w.1\ 4I.J...le .ttyllUl' strike !ttt' a.iinof such pet-on from ibelii t .
\ lWtl.J i iu, or jn-jefe-tf J n.. Uiv rqu'iy of reaeiittltul. t. ail 1 be alloxndto degates.:: : ; for the safe keeping of the ballot -
| ; :., !"*.': iimil OJ' the >t and !OOldll''r"1 s I not To the 4th trict-countT. of Ga sJcn. t ,

; 1 ) rl.jtetouuftti2/'t-id ;i, ,,'In A SUIt a'aV her vote The boards of registration; shall: !1 1Ko three ((3)) delegates.To f box and its contents. ;m a.

r bfuugaiball fj>c+,:,hti >! anue' stu-tr SiTiZJtrjs Gar.rCiUil 101 during; the same pctioJ, add to such the 5th istrict-counties, of Liberty VIII. The Judges before commencing '
: 1>1I1h.II': 1 u th-a J. .1'1, ,, .wit- rriti the luuttpi ,, .j : rfgi.tiv the! names of all persons who attl.at ..
. and Franklin, one ((1)) delegate I to receive billots! shall cau'e to be 1
-l j pr. ra:-i'.i..i.(0 eac \ >" o uetl*, \\ Co'itirue: lu'ii*** at the old Mini :; the : nnjuir: : proclaimed '\
time v"-!! < qoil.ric.itions
at itu" t.iur "101,UM U-t''j ; il test day of \l l'* JI.-t }' "l' :JHT, "t.J olTert.ur lIt'ni.i j' pi To the 6ih tict-'ountiel i of Leon aloud! that'the poll: are rcn.- r _
) the t. os i1.., {',.c t. I icosto the. M :rciaiiti.J! rliintfrt.an.l of lIi1.I'ul'! .'d by said Act, who hlv not been aliens and WntulJ.1 ix: (r.) delegates.! '

c' -tJuti..rrt1k /xfO./-r.*, cr G."rJiu. the a-ljaeealeouiitu* fur the gala Ir Cut. ..1.r. ::.Hti-red. To the 7th Jirotrict-cour.t of Jdr.mon, : But one ballot! shall! received from each! ;

-Alt i.1t'S..1 land tiv i:\e:.tor*. Adtuiu.eorator boa a!id ether i'roJucc. Itl Uo for receiaing aaJ I IV. In d .c: 'uin_ who are to ba stricken four i voter, which shall contain his vote upon '
or Guardian, are quired by law ,to the.lverneJ forwarding Cut.tou and )letcbanJi" I from aided to i the regHlrition Hst\ the ((4)) delegates.To I I ''
to the the Slh District-county of Madison, the question of a Convention, and for del- / .
in i.HUe '1"1'111'1'i | nearest \\'t' are prepared to make liberal a.lvftnees Hoards will! be the law and tto
guided by
place urbeit* tlie reattwlitt-eit tituated. Notice:. on tu.signmeuta to us for sale in thi* Markor *-:. I ; three ((3)) delegates.To I delegates! either or both, ai he may de- i t
anJ their
I I of there K..Kin,;-t \>e '-' enin a public !gazette, where it i* |>ref.rreJ to W forward! to our Acts supplementary thereto ; attention the 9th District: -counties of Ham ': 'II

I 'tiirr J.y" 1.rrvioudtothedav.ftale.E4 -. friends in Liverpool New York, I'LiUJelplj It. is opeciallv drawn to the supplemeUarv ilton and Suwannee, two ((2)) delegates. I sire. '

:; Jifbl..r* and Crsli;"''.-Xoliie to It Aston or Halt i more. .. Act dated) July 19lh, 115&". To the 10th District-counties of IX. Each voter in f rescn:ing his ballot! ,. + ,

r- \! db, ".it* h'' >.t. .I-b.'..!'.tt.rt ciK>>. fat. estate, ciut beiltit j i llaucghad fifteen year*.experience in the I *V. The said election: shall b* held in and Lafayetteone ((1)).delegate. Taylor I I, shaH'e his name. to the Judges. of Eleo- V r

.. Cotton t ('omlnistifon j l Business j I each at tbe County Seat under thc lllh I Ilion
I oar / .li" r, IjtJtf to i>*1l.-Notice county To the Ditlict-COUDty of Ala- who shall receive the ballot, ai!<

ttiii .j-I ....ti -.n %"nl !I..> iunJ.. tw *li'" Court of in Savannah: w* have an extended and ,general superintendence of the Boards: of Kejistra: ; cbua, three ((3)) delegates.To : "*"
Ui'.l ., .. )"r. rave u> .. il tax,Js, mutt be publish acquaintance to chum we refer with con lion as: provided by law, and in accordance the 12th District: -counties of Co. I call his name audibly, .and if he be regis 4 /..
I >. u .-< .k"or: thin drys..4durrei.rrrtur4 i tcrcd and has resided in
and (i1l.rJi..ft'rl.Iiea.. fidence. with instructions to be hereafter issued to lumbia and Ihker'two ((2)) delegates.. ; one year IJe., .

tisr.h. To the 13th nitrict-counti of Bradford State, and be_the man he represents himself '
i \VM. II.TIONfn. I
:, lisLe j fixt"\ *; for di+u.i-,.1on from Admia'.sprofessional : \ \\ GUJUOX.An VI. All Judges and Clerks employed and Clay, one ((1)) delegate : to be, his ballot! will be deposited in

trati..q pr..l.I jiltIX.. ohllos. 17th 18C7. 17-6m. ii conducing said election shall before To the 14th District-counties of Nassau tho box, and his name will be so checkedor

'----- -- comm "nz to hold the same be sworn Duval and St. Johns, four (4)) delo
I marked in ink on the printed list as to ,
,Carts.H. I rwM. LEE APTIIOHP.. i u> the!! la lh"ul* performance c-f their duties gates. '

=--- -- -'-'- .- -- -.---. --- and shah also take and subscribe to the To the loth; Districl-CO'lDlies of Putnam prevent a repetition of his vote. Such .

\ AGENToiv law for officers Marion I and four Jel check shall be conclusive evidence of his' '
L. MIL' (HELL.TAUI LOCATING oath: of rillce prescribed by : Levy, ((4)) <;alcs.

of the Unite ) States.VI : To the pith Iistrict-counties of Ilernindo having voted i

AT LPIJs.m .'2 'JLL W. I.,I 'fi"i'' [n.! The polls! ball lot opened at each and Siimter, one ((1)) delegate.To i! X. Tho pills( will:! ba closed prompt'at / "/" .
2I the 17th District counties of Hills-!
FL\. OF-l& ..1JbDI > the specified, at ,
A. voting place during ds:
C P. M. on the IGth of Novera- :
I day
Fla. seven clock in the forenoon, and closedat born, I'olkand Manatee, one ((1)) delegate. v
Tamrai'ow To the ISth trict-counties: of VoluH ; i her when the ballot boxes shall! bo ..
will! ci ire prompt utt ntion to all busincs I six o'clock in the afternoon and shall opened .. :

entrusted to In* c"re. is i the chance f.'r all VTViitr. Black male : be kept open between: those hour without Orange Drcvard and Dade; ono (1). and the! ballots counted by the Judges, one "-J.

Tampa, FU \p'l, 2StL '66. 1-y l' and letnalc, to secure 11UMLS: ou the mtcriuis-ion: c>r aujournim.nl.VIII. : delegate.: (I of whom shall take them separately front .
_. To the !Jtb District; of Monroe
-- Public Domain. ,1 -county .
JCUX A. IlLM>EH 0l. J. F. llE'IoIRt'x "For Uncle:,am i id liih enoughTo ; The Cc.mm.indin.j fficer of tie one (1)) dtflcgite. |I the box, reading each aloud, and tbo other :' .
District Florida, will i- "u '. through the!
give u* all afara" loitv POPE, j I two recording (in the. usual way) each '
DENDEW & IIEXliERSOX() Sul..-riutenlrnt of Kegiit: ration for that
Land for Sale at 50 Cts ani Brevet Maj. Gen. Commanding : if '
State :Mtti _*foU1).ttih.J! ) instruction as may be ... i ballot as read out. .. \ t
that Improvements .
ATORNEYS AT LAWS i i i acre Look out your nvcf.trv: to lie conduct: of -:gd election in 1 I I i X I. When the votes are all counted, tho
are not entered i ,.f and lh .tD QcAtuEns, DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, 1 I
TAMPA FLA. I I conf -ruiity with the Acl Congrts., cf Election shall make and <.
Judges certifya
[ under
from you sit far n-, m y be with the L'\s! of Flori II Unite XTKttiNTE,oiCNr or ltnctdrasnuy! > : \ .

\Vi'.l: f.ti":1 iheouthera' aad E&cterc Alsj, Triiate lands Sun fyrJ ,and fi-mct- da. Jtid,, :* nvillt7u., Oct 12l C7. ) statement on blanks furnished for EIcc- -- \ ,

L'irl'uat"f th.tat.'. nrss bnaraultcd !' bo I CIICL.i0.8.: lion' returns, showing the result of such -' :
i I IX. Thc returns -qu'rc; 1 IV' to i
's \11i' otti. taco. 5-Cmo.\ Cm-
-- ntnt! July CtL. ,S1)7. rmd! .u f the rrstiltBof Fail! election! to the I. General Order Xo. 74, Head quarters! | count, and hi'd also! sign the printed lists, .

4 A ..1LLEN.ATTORNEY\ :: -IIEEIL11\ II'EISSIIPIOD.\ I Commending General of lhi+ Military Did Third. Military District, Atlanta, Ga., Oo i i.; certifying the. same to have been tho Hit .

I' triot, will be rendered by the person appointed tots 3. 1SC7, i is herewith tranrnittcd; for of registered: voters used by"them At said ..
AT LAW to up'iintc-nd the siru1, through
iufoniiHtiou and election.: They will lien enclose! seal) and
-A'L>: SADDLER : the Comminilin; :, cffii-erof the District! of your guidance. :i .

ulit'itor itt \; eUyTAMPA cf-c. Florida, and in acroid.mce with the J 1ail. Th" following\ detailed Instructors, for plainly! matt! the contents of iho ballotboxa :' .
Malt Upholatera
II arM C IIIJ r, with ed. in-'tiuctioiifc 'ilrt-iidy rcfcrrc-d to.: Boird. of Registration in thud State, dare :: follows: : The ballots of-County.1t txlI

F LA I \\ceatue"ill attend* and to any dispatch.bu.ines*1 in am this BOW line prepared X No Registrar ho' U a candidate for i-iued in compliance with Par. VIII cf' The Presidents of the Boards of :.

\ -if. : 11" t"aintitoaf itueinu : or cheaper ,I elocgki lI a delegate to the Convenliou,
to fix Mattwe-sM cheap the above : in each
.. ; ,'. be founJ I EhnlKRve named General: Ord'!r. :: Registration County, immediately
1 : of the election ia
than it be done el1e\\'I.rt' cnn III a Judg" any
.. li"6m.. can of II. The Board of after Ibe of their of Eec! '
i.'.i..8 : _. .t all times at my dht p. on the o,-j>csiteeide i county which Le seek to repres nt.XI. Registration will completion report

\ Q the rtr j .CRAFT.} \ store '
.j ),J. (0. litErtMANN yt .BfOP other places for the sale of liquor at retail tire Counties nt. 10 A. XT. on the 31st day son at this office,tho Printed Lists Sealed t
\11'OTN1 :V AT L\ ,Y. At tlie .,veril county M'ahl. shall be closed of October and! will!! remain in session for Packages Ballots, Certified Report of tha ,
: HARRISON o'do"on tie evening oftheTlnrtfcntb :
Ttallltttta F\ AVM.Ii !I from diy of No\eralr: until sit o'clock! ] fife day (Bandar excepted) for the purpose :i Vote.ewJffo Oath Book of Registration,

:i the morning of f the Seventeenth day of I II : d retking the Registration! list, in taking receipt therefor front the Super in" : !
'r I >n
I: L... ,::c i'.-w f' v '.: t,::: i':'trtie! oot tendent. '
.1 q.W ,.I ,,':Ad' .. ,. I XnemUr, 16C7. An! the Sbrtf of tl.. i accordance with Par. Ill, General Orders XIII. Tho Boards of Registration are '

r., ,,.: ., ) :L: '': ,11 ...." .....,.,.'..., r 1 .',.. : ,. County sh-U:! be held} rrepanable j for the I No. 74, and the Act of July 19 18C7. to all official books and pa- ,
s enjoined keep
1 '' --. :\ .. '.- I| tr-c% "-nf.>.t-eniAnt of' this prohibition, by .
; them
_.Jntte N' F.. nl'1ID tear .>:" i!:r r The revision ""iIIl be made in the "Registration persin their possession and by only .*a

t-J& a-+.Li'ru; gore: ,"* r :' the irrt-sti't alipattieexho 1 may transgress recol: dtl retained by each Board. The are they to be examined nutil they' aro forwarded .

'!!. f.-L'y 22311 ISM tLr S1l0E...... IA1ERI : ;h- same.: to this offlco. '
} _- r ---,- ----. I' I j XII. The Sheriffof each County is farther blank pagrs left at the end cf each precinct (J. r..I1.\r.r. "'

riItf,11.,...- -_ 'ft'1'I'LC :. !i required to lit!! present! at the placo oft will be used for recording all names I Supt.vf RfjhtratioK.Arraovrn : ,'. ,

.... .. I TAMPA FLORIDA. of tlg during the whole time that the poll added during the five days: and each :: 0 :
0'.a JOHN P. CRCHTON 1 feel a'ured ilia*. I oia put up wn:k: thAI'IIi.in and until the election! iscompleted new I
SERVICE* pleae the ruo.t la.':'J\j: :". Wrk: o|. are kept open that name will be numbered as in the preceding 'By order of Co!. John T.Sprague s 1 tCIIA3.
: Ki> I'iioF FScIGN.tL and is made responsible no
I ... lone to cit euatu : d varrentVb ; F... LAURABEB, j
Taza .ury .tyle : registration. Separate and .
heaitsen of L A ,.eJ in the "Old IVii bs.'ice.Octlgth ," ., interference with the judges of tJl ('tion or duplicate ]lists f.' & A. A. C'. ,
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the Peninsular. *' What the Radicals Have "Dollc. lfoto Prosper lu Business.In With a true wife the husband faults r

".' ., : TIIB'ELOIIIDI< PEMSSDLAR.I TAMPA Oct.v 31st, 1807 The Metropolitan Record prefers the the first place, male up jour mindto should be Secret.' A wuman'rorgtlls when ..

MR. EDITOR" following bill of indictment against the accomplish whatever you undertake ; she condescends to that refuge weaknessa

/Will you do me the favor to announce Radical faction. It is far from complete ; decide on some particular employment'and female confidant.- A wife's boom should

trough your columns that I am net a candidate but as far as it goes it is true. : it. "All difficulties are be _the tomb of her husband's, failings, and .
for the Convention from the District .
It They have fastened upon the country? a his character far more valuable in her estimate :
,composed, of the counties of Hills- overcome by diligence and. assiduity;

.. borough, Polk and Manatee. In addition< debt of three thousand millions, at least Be cot afraid to work with your hands than life. '

I '. to private considerations have the assu one-half of which was stolen by official and' in --- .. .._
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tt t TAMPA FLASATURDAY. diligently too.' cat gloves is Mill in Paris.-
I John Slide!! living
;,,. rance that the District affords a more harpies and cormorants of their own party "
t no mice. one who remains in the mill
r + lable Conservative man. And I have too The New York' Tribune's correspondent
I .;. Nov. 2nd, ISG7 of the grinds, not be who come and '
much horror In the contemplation goes. SAys that although b. is most anxious to
success of unprincipled political adventurers They hare ground to the earth with a Be frugal. 'That which will not make eh Uttery -
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his last
014. MITI UEL L, Editor and pass days ; ,.
rt i't ,- who are among ns, only to stir up crushing weight of taxes the industrial a pot wiil make a pot lid.' Take car of all of nen" aio seeicg
f' strife, to promote discord, and array the classes of the given up
O.ffite'orth Wing of the Lodye. colored race in deadly hostility to the producing country. the pence, and the pounds will take care,of his native land.
Ji They' have established a bond-ocracy themselves ', _
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whi.es, to allow our own personal a-pira- '
i S There is still considerable sickness I in this lions, to weaken the strength of the party i \-hlch shams none of the burdens imposed Rue early. 'The sleeping. fox catchesno Tom. Thumb- is again announced ,

; 1 : t'. --place, and it matters little, whether it be intermittent who deprecate and would avoid the establishment upon the people, but which waxes rich: poultry.. .* 4Plow to be in an eminently interesting sitBatWJ}

j I fever yellow fever, it Milt la the of a State Constitution similar and fat on their sweat and toil. Jeep, after her extrication from which the three .

; laU two months we have had some twelve to that of down trodden, oppressed! Tennessee While hey have increased the price of While the sluggard sleep! Thumbs (Providence: blesses Mrs. Thumb.

I deaths in Tamps and who oppose the"ejection to of. And you,will have corn to sell,and keep.'
their infamous themselves once mare:
all the necessaries life by prayers>) will disport i
dee of Radical emminsaries, political ren ". Treat every one with respect and civili

1 ". '" ,THOMAS Axccs was tried and convicted egades'and men who would sacrifice the policy, official plundering and partisan: leg ty, 'Everything U gained and 'nothinglost upon. the flowery glades. of B ,rnum'sThe

.1Ii in this place, last week, for the,murder of interests and even the lives and fortunes, islation, there has been no corresponding w ---

KRASTTS D. BRATMAK, which occure-1 at their neighbors lo'&dvance their own selfish increase in the wnges of industry. by courtesy.1 'Good manners insure city of ll"'IDIba.. recently discnv ,

I : N Key West, Munioe: County, Florida, Clh purposes. hare built thieving swindling success' ered a new source of revenue. S.-m' 21,-
They ,
'Anri118G5... but subsequently. obtained ar JOHN A. HENDERSON.Communicated. up Never anticipate wealth coming, from 000 cock fight take place there .very var
.. banking that picks: out of the
'dis system
trial the of newly
new upon other than and .
,1 any source labor, never and by imposing! a liorne of $100 peg d*
I covered testimony. ( ) pockets of the people from Iwcntyvfive to
) place dependence on becoming pisiesoor of on the fibers a neat litta mm ,''I r. .
TAMPA Oct 30th 1867.
e ---- thirty millions! a year.
f an inheritance. 'Ho who wait for a dtaJrDlln'I There $: s".r
C. R. MODLEV obtained. are t0,000 II\
t' ---- first or will Esq. have States the
1 : 'Oa the page to-days paper, They reduced ten to
SIR: It heretofore been understoodthat shoes may go a lung time; barefooted hat'bm itie" in Tl.ivnnv

t ', ba found General Order, No. 74, from Gen. I was a Candida'e as Delegate from condition of subject provinces, hue all .' lie who runs: al.tr; a bhadow has a ... .

I F Pops Head Qrs.t at Atlanta, Gea., apor- Manatee to the ensuing Convention. By the lights ot the people areal the will of A Wcvetn euitcr ,ihjnLs J tue proper
wearisome race. a
I' ,.,*. tioning the representation in the State ol a late order from lid. Qrs., consolidatingthe the infamous miscreants like Sickles and way of spacing I I: lh. u 'though ,' Hud bo
counLiu"olan1tee Above allt things never despair, 'God ill
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P. Florida, and dividing the Slate into new Hillsborongb Pope( and where the nigger is politically UMUX,' the proper way Of spt-liii;: ';; Pvl:1t"es S
Polk, the original programme is changed. where he was 'H l\vl'nl.c'ps' them that
a districts. The Counties 'of Uillsborongb, 'I therefore withdraw my.claims a Can superior: to the white man. help themselves' I must b* pou.'bteishtc The new wr

:*' Polk and Manatee compose the ,17th Dis- didate ; tLis I do fur thegood of the They have disfranchised ten millions of : of spelling softly p"O?Srhtleizlt; .
Follow implicitly( these! precepts < tmd i <:::
trict, and are only entitled to one delegate. cause. our own rata and blood. _---

You are at liberty to hare this published They have trampled under foot the great I nothing can hinder you from accumulating. A lady uked gentleman the other .'.ij .

\ In to day's issue will t be found a letter for the information of our friends. vi'altpiinciple; of free that why so many tail gentlemen were bvheors. -
I : government ; _.. .. I The that
Very Respectfully, reply wn! they were obliged!
.f Col'Jons.A. HENDERSON declining
', from District. JAS. D. GREEN. taxation and representation. should be in* A Georgian who went to the Legislature, to Ho! crosswise in b.tl !to kt.p; their tie t m,

\ to become a candidate for the 17th -=.- .. ---- septrubl, and that a wife wnuli! ba in tluWRJ..

4- The course Col. UESDERSOS: has seen prop. The following! is among the resolutionsof They have deprived the Presided of his tells this story : % ..._ -

-' er lo pursue in declining to become a Candidate the State Democratic Convention at constitutional authority and ItJd Well, J went to Augusta and took dinner The N. Y. IleraM fume :,i>iut' the 'devtl'si '
his at a tavern. Right beside me sat a ilra.-i,'. thai SOdl'n.1 (,, ..mlrmt.
is and will be much regretted by Albany, New YOlk: created in the place of the tbree departments says

;'i numerous friends. Xo man in the District RosolvedThat regarding the Ka'' tonal an ovfibhudowing: usurpation in the member from one of the back towns that .'Wtr.. innocent' compared; \..-it -hi- '-"!y'

bad never taken dinner before at a tavernin and predicts a fbowtr vf fir and) Jr.m
would made the people a more able under sacred ,
i.i '" S,,, have Treasury Department as a foim of a Congressional oligarchy
> t i" acd faithful delegate. obligation, we'dcmand economy of administration They have inflicted eturnal disgrace i his life. Before his plate was a dish,ofpeppers stone shortly. .
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and be at them.-
kept looking
1 \\- '::0:' -m i honesty in the collection and application the country by the murder of. an iuno Van DiemanV; Land out of n popu ';ilion
; !k r SballwclIaTclcrall1f., of and Finally, a* the waiters were very slow in
revenues, simplification cent "'OlOlInl through such devil's instru of 80,000. contains tut f fur .1 I ; : ,
---- Below we publish a dispatch from the of bringing on thing, he up with his fork
taxation and for
I ; : equality a cuirei.cy : menu as Hull and Lantl>n. aboriginal inhabitants. .,
'.i : Superintendent of the International Ocean and in less than no time forced one into
I the benefit of the instead of
l people evaporations They have made n mockery of the ballot .
? Telegraph, to Mr. E. 'A. CLARKE of this .
he hi
his moutb. As
brought .grindersJuwn
I. ",' place. Another question iO, shall we act to the end that the public faith in Ttune'sce! and Mi soun, where innocent HYMENEAL.

f the of the n>abe preserved and the burdens of taxation murdered 'On it, the tears came into his eyes. -
f ; 1 upon suggestion Superintendent, men are through the con. MArRIEA-Oo ih:23d ult..HI lr! i >I-

i. and hold a meeting and see what can be lessened.:: nivance of Brownlow, Fletcher and their At hut, spitting the pepper into his hand dene of the bride' f tth.r. in Polk! Guny -

I a. a done toward getting u line to this place!- he laid it down by his plate! and, with a
i .. Resolved, That we denounce the effortsof hell hounds. Fl.,., Mr. UoDERiB.. MiTCHELi, to Miss.
- 1. It is only 35 miles from this point to Tuck.
voice that set the whole table in a roar PAN ME CRVM.Printers .
> t" cr's station, and it does seem,to u?, that' a fte Radical party to retain the power it They Lava broken every Congressionaland : ,

i I'" little and a little liberality would has usurped by establishing negro supremacy other pledge which made when exclaimed : 'Just tlie there and cool. fee, in the shape of a nice cake.
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. r a"' $ place Tampa in Telegraphic commnicationwith I in the South force tricked received at this office. The happy 'ou. .
1. by military coupled luey the country into the adop.. A CANDID RADICAL CONFESSION.TheIndependentPhillips' .
I.' g the world. Wefcope our citizens nil pie bare the good wishes of the attaches *
I' : ; with disfrancbUcment:: of the mass of the i ioa an prosecution of the war policy. .,
take in -advances
r some action this matter. paper "*
t : .a "Please inform Mr. CLAnK tbat would white population as an outrage upon democratic They have l let loose a flood of spies and the folk wing opinion : of the the Peninsular Office, especially when /
, f' k like to hear hornthe citizens of Tampa, principles and an attempt to undermine detectives over the lanJand suborned per. If it could be now thoroughly under comes to considered. :

C what they will! do towards a line. They and destroy the Republic and the --- -- --
4,. jurers to swear away lives 'of innocentmen
stood it be that the
e and (as ought to. ) Republican OBITUARIES.
\ .' ; better meet and determine, Tel'g'rapht" that we stigmatise the refusal of that partyin and women. ,
f: to omit from the list of www -----'- --- --- --
1 means -
me and I will respond promptly after party
S. this State to submit the question: of negro They bare provoked bloody coliissionsin DIED-In Iampa..ou tIe, 26th ult.!, Mr
; : 1 Lear what'they will do. residential candidates next Summer ail: *

t" i.' ... .' w.. suffrage to the people, a cowardly the South, and then fabricated there Its senators, Governors and Cecerals: who hD1so-" POST, an old and highly'res-pec-

1 f ; : :JVo: Mails Aal..-'l'hi.cl'. evasion of a prominent issue in the rend from, through the instrumentality of paid are now opposing the Impeachment of the i ted citizen of this plar-e. s

p '.We are again without our regular, or rather ing struggle. agents and correspondent, infamous lies, -On the 20tb! ult, ASGEUNA. daughter '
p i ; r i. '- ..... President all juch opposition would instantly I
1 i i" "irreular.mail3.! What is the reason will fm with which to fire the Radical heart. and the President of Mr. and Mr!*. JOSEPH VIGIL, aged I: I
would be
of the Etui Florida Banner TUB REVENUE TE.I.-The New ease,
our cotemporary
They have concocted through such eleven
1 please tell in, if the mail tut ; utbFlori.Iat" York rest, a rabid Radical sheet, is warn speedily put out of tho way. years.
j a as far Ooala Audif so, Jo the mails wretches and black-hearud miscreants ..... -On the 30th
-comes M : ing its party against a continuacce of the ult.. HEMIT, son of Mr.

if: s 1 ... come south of that point \\ e are without, present oppressive revenue system, which as Ashley and Duller, most dctilWi Hc' caught u Tartar,. and r)1.' DIKES, Age..' about three!
It : .and Lave: been nithout our n-jular Exchanges for the ruin of their
: plots
'. is paralyzing every branch of industry, political op- In tome battle between the Russians and i y ars.j .
for the lat three voeVs. Even the Banner,
trade and commerce. It says: ponen ts. Tartars, bo are a wild: sort of people in
J j-ubliiihi-J only one bundieJ miles from this j -On the 31st ult.
II They have reduced the and MAUDE. .hu h'er of
'There is doubt that this needed im agricultural north of Asia! a soldier called out
.... ; l.oint, ve seldom see, and we .bear the ubscriIcra no private Mr. and Mrs. C. II. MODLET
+ ,. to the Banner" eat. that they Jo-not reCfive plification of the revenue system will be producing portiou of the country to a "Captain, I halloo there ;"r\-e caught a Tartar aged about
eight .
'. ,it. AVe occasionally receive a letter mail brought about in a very short time. The state of tributary vassalage to the 'manufacturing r "F tch him along then !1" sail the years.MASONIC I

d l at tU'u laceby the eo called mail lice, Lut we : of 1'urilanin. -
} monopolies; -- -=
American people! will not much longer Captain. "Ay.' but be wont let me," said
leceiveuo I'ape"Why Jo the letters come They arc now in --.t1calaDnctti5cmcat. .
engaged a
tolerate such and foolish deep conspiracy the and the fuel the Tartar bad
.. S through and not tire papers I We do not know an oppressive man, wa
to the form of
cbango our =
: tr-lcss the report that we are to have no more ,system as is now practiced.' got era- caught! him.I 5.) when a mm thinks! to

papers until alter the Election; be true. At.t' To which the r. j7>rfj>* replies : 'Ob, yes meat and reduce the North to the tame take another: in, and gets! bit himself, they NOTICE !
., first "e did not believe this report, but condition as tho S utL.
will: "he's Tartar
they as long as the monopolists and say caught a
; "* now wc'bdieve that there i is something: in the I the Such are the acts, such the designs of .._ A MEETING OF IIILLSIOrOtCii LODth
: prohibitionists can blind their --- e. --- flo
25 F. d
ets report \\'e believe: that there U: a "wet dog eyes the Radical: patl, -. nobbin lacier Paul.In : A. 31.. will be het.l i in their
.fI'., under the Lcnsc," lIo'l1ewhere. and that dog i is with african dust. What> i is lost North and ... ... .. g lo I'ay Lodge Room this evening 8 VUk 1'L'

j, parse ere that has control of the rails! West, i U being made up by New Enfant A negro }horse thief Was orprtaktn and the time of F. I""rIJ1... much of the TaMr3. Nov. .2nJ. J. .1. CIVEy ; :;eet'y'

.-f.,\ '-_- .... _-- (Freedmen: ) overseers, orginzng; : negro arrested in this county on .last S.ibbalb, bya IlIn.1... of St. Titer at Westminster were ---- 18&7. .
II The municipal authorities of New Or. prohibition voters, South.. i couple of gentlemen: : of .laJi on, from seized by hit intern' ministers and courtiers ; SAlT SALTTttt !

.. but in lIJer !
to rei'or.cile lie
Africanized. which (
leans seem about to be l'uceJle! bad recently: stolen a Cue .
.. For the information of those individuals Rj that iul.brv. they pl'owed' a fortion of '\ J: YOUR Tnrr.TO l f .
four recorders, elected the other day, three horse fclle sold the borne to. a negro I 11 lfwih tTrt.l > T..ra
who foolishly imagine that tho life of a in this the I lands to be appropriated toward the were negroes, and the fourth; says the cc uniy in whose possession the SALT at
: hue newspaper man i is a apiradiso on earth and] horse was found.! The repairs of St. Paul's church ; hence the mT it .2t":
t {;J., Tines,gas of so unquestionable a same scoundrel had! Tampa Xo\. ::

Cirt' "-'" that. ,all the rains that hare fallen since,thes is fraught with untold! pleasures and privL also stolen a horse from the vicinity of phrase, robbing Peter to pay Paul. !t- -if-

elugecoulJ not wash him EO as to make leges, we give the following sketch of the I Gainesville; some time ago: and wentin the -..-..- WANTED !
'" duties of this unfortunate individual.! It is -

Lira acceptable to the white tax payers.- taken from Mr. Hunt's volume on the direction; of Middle Florida, where be Napoleon l travel: in a train of nine carriages .

", Both the City Physicians elected were negroes 'Fourth Estate. doubtless foldvthe animal before stealing i-ommonicating with earh oilier, and .11 A 1Y Franklin PERSON \VINV;} \ ,o0D;

The who once becomes a journalistmust the one Le returned this Stove, for iar! c'4, ::h a ,
bat refused and white man lo sectii with. pur
one to a
t'w serve, containing parlor, 'dininjj chaser tv
almost bid farewell minul leisure room study, by "NI iu nt
to "
scan wasthen elected. The of the Tb* captors: took 'charge of him, aW will
.' If be fullfilU! his duties truthfully, his attention bed-rooms, dres.in rooms kitchen, wine THIS( GFr-VE: 1 ,
city Park and of the Hall deliver him over the civil authorities at cellar
City are
porter must be ever awake lo what is passing and apartment for the suite. There

both negroes!, who had their white oppo- in the world, an J 'his whole! mine Madison. We hope he will be p-inished is also a conservatory! and a telegraph! y'

<< teals. The Times intimates that it will must be devoted to the instant examination at the\ extent.'. of the law.;-J-Jait Fla. Lan connecting! with the apartments of the !; H. IIAltFtl805.

soon be unlawful! in that city for a white! and Ji4cu".ion. and record of current nero '
TIp Las little timo for literary court officials.
a events. ---- :
nan to a candidate for office. Boot
wi.h such labors his LIEWT. BaAI The ..
,- .. .. idleness literary oil E New York s' a.
,!. 1f shoulders Hf Las no day to spend on World *ays : 'Lieut. Uraine, who is now A southwestern editor is so carried .
A :;St.,1. Here is a fact wurth a j enrV subscription: to catalogue or in the dreamy: discursive;! researches imprisoned at King's; county jail, receiveda ,

s '. any j'aper. ."To \ pint of water a-ld thirty in public libraries. lie has no a \ from several prominent Southerners, away with desire to add a few more -AND :-

.. drops (shout half a spoonful) ofli uiJ MoriJ months to devote to the exhaustion of anyonuofthetn. i I among whom! were Uen. Gardiner, of Ten subscribers to I his! paper that he offer to

('f lja: Was in thin two and 1& half Wluth: .. bus to deal with I ne*-tGtu.. Lorng' ()f Mississippi 1 and any young lady who will:! send him a clubof SIIOE

pounds gf rancid Luller"hen every particle must be taken up a moment's notice, be I Mr. Willis, of Charleston. It is Haled that I five new name, either to marry her .....U IMA1ER ,

) *.f t11t butter Las come rf pntact with lLva- I examined. tested and dismived, at once ; these gentlemen. have formed them+elvtSI I
I j +elf, or to,u-e his endeavors in .
i ter: Itt it ItaJ-! Lour or two tuen! *a.-h the and thu his! mind is ever kept occupied I I into a cotm'uittee arrange: for tho Jefluce\ prevailing
DR'I! World's of .\n.1tl on the voting:: man of her choice to dost TAMPA FLORIDa.I .
butter wtll slain in pure water The butter with the mental necessity of the Brains > collect tile: abundant evidence I

i is then 1Awivhoat. any tnlor, ant La the sweet.r.c passing hour. that Lieut. I'.raine was, when he cap IIe has: (blank licenses 'In bind for the I ( assured' that I can put op w rk that

.f free Intt-r. --.S_. lured the Chesapeake : will please U,,, m..t 'i.lioU' \\VrV of
: t These irq.arations; tf a regular cornraU.ioccd purpose, ayttj signed.;
Nothing to do
i Want\ -One line: co'0 Larc it. *i cilicer in the I everstyle: done to suit customers and warrtctn >
., Confederate
;; v lime,laTe chair' injurious in fliers.. navy.: I IIt but to'calfWibo parse!, t ?hoI'\in tit! "Old Peninsular tlfkQct. .."
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1' (Eolmnt. ) >1tg, I. nsiPt5 (arbs. gtgal Holier.Attachment.

I :l.ive r Dl\.UGS&MEDICINES. \

Its lit Circuit Corl for the SovtXrr Ctr ..
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\ NEW GOODS Just Received bj the "Alliance.r nit of Florid i* and for Monroe and Dad. ".. '
-: AND :- Conntitl.
a Edward B. Raw son, ) ,la attaehinent.amt

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from New Tork Brown Windsor Soap, William T, Handy. ) bond fi led for|4 \

THE UNDERSIGNED pectlully inform TllEDIFESDA "T A D all other: interested
X the public thai. they have just received Bballenbergers Ague Pills, lifiM of the commencement

( I fresh "upj>l\ of well selected Groceries, Dry Balls f Sanaparilla, of this snit, returnable to the. Circuit Court \
Assortment Go ds Kady-made Clothing: Crockery, Uard- Asthma or the Southern Circuit Florida, for Mon- .... -
J Whitcomb. Remedy .
Tin tc.GKOCERIES.. roe and Dad ...
ware, ware <; eountiea, OB the third Monday
I Batchelors Hair Dye, of November next; and to appear and plead

t t/ : > > C :ul:,=11nS: r Such a, Corn, Flour. Hard Bread P acon, clear Fhilototen. I o the.. Declaration filed therein .
It ,tides Leaf Lard Goshen Butter Cof- Seltzer Aperient, W.C.MALONET. Jr.
t fce.Mipar: :S> rup. Rice,Tomato .1 riaittilTa Attorney
# CUup, Feast Powders Quinine, Key. W.. .JalT Ylh. 1867. I&-Im. '

GOODS Soaps Blueing Podophyllin, In iIn

: Matches.. Ayers Pill', I IJayne the Chancery. .
a". Circuit'Court Southern JMf. t,

e -0- ,' Pill. ctal Circu-.t of Florida in. and for Mon. 4
1 I as- DRT GOODS' & TRiYIMISCS: roe and Dade'Couatt e. 1 (
J Heavy Bed Ticks Denims, Linen Check: LintnChecVf Wright Pills, Francisco
Lin n'Drilling, Calicoes, Mn.lin McLane Pill. Rodriguez'A
I ) description, Muslin Robes Assorted: Braid for dresabindine. Mrs. Windows Soothing Syrup trtf'i f. Divorce. .
Pins Needles Coat's Thread Wislars Balsam of Wild Cherry Mans Aquihr. ITT
a Flax "1hread'Sea log Silk as'fd APPEARING BY THE RETURN OF the .
: Pant's Cloth, color, Flo -. Tape. Elastics: Carbolic Acid J. Sheriff on the bnbpaena is nd in this
Ble ch d D&mestiw Ladies Cents HdVff, Trusses. Shellac Matches etc, etc: ; Ac.: cause, and by affidavit, that the Defendant re- It

: Domestics. Laaies 4 Children' All of which I shall be happy to exchange: tides out of the jurisdiction of this Court and.
Bed TicLiaJl IIo!-Gents i for greenbacks, out ot the United State:
: *: ho!e,vbite F. BLANCH It ii therefore ordered, on motion of \Talter
Towels, *,1:01'.1.UEADl"DE C. Maloney Jr. Eqr., Solicitor for Complainant t
Sheetibg, CLOTJI1.\C, Ac- that the said Defendant Maria Mora Aquil
Stripes, Linen Coats For Sale ar do appear and answer the CompUiants Bill i'
i I Alpacca Costs, on or before the third Monday in.November;
Blankets Linen })u tert, next otherwise the aid Bill will be taken for"6 _
: : Palm HatsLeghorn confessed. It is further ordered that a copy of to. 1
i Drew Trimmings Hal this order be published onee a week for the
I Canton Braid Hats, space; of four months in some newpaper printed
: I Wool Hat'; A FINE KEW BUGGY, without name".- and published in this Circuit. .
I and Linen Collars bhirt. The buzgy is perfectly new and in good PETER CRUSOE, Clerk.
fchow, running order.. A true Copy: t
,. Brushes', -Aho :- Attest: I'der..C'rtilof.' Clerk.
Umbrellas Ginghams Blacking A GOOD TWO lIORSE-W AGO with harness Key West Fla July 6tt 1867. 18 4n _

etc., dc.0 Ac: In goad tunnligorder. In Chancery. '
I HAD E S, -Alto':-
: : : 11.UOU".un, A.C.CrockeryWjrc GOOD LIGHT JERSEY "vTAGbX In Circuit Court. Southern Cirtuit,." and .

A good repair for Monroe and Dale Countitl. -

Hoop-Skirts, .uivrs d: Forks, above articles I will sell cheap for Cash, Amelia Sawyer ) .. '\. !
o S 1 boon,', Th Em for Divorce.Edward .
TS >
can be seen at any time by calling at
} : Cio.J .Nail'. (uitdsizr'.) feLop. Sawyer. )


Also Shot.Powder. Tampa, Sept. 2Sth. 23-tt IT the sheriff on the Subptvna issued in this j

: .., cause, and aJFidavjt, that the Defendant. .
Cals sides out of thejuTi& idion of this Court and
Lot ofComg. ritir Parr, out of the State of Florida, and in the United Y
Ir ; Entlopw, For Sale I.
- States : .-
Gillets Steel Pena:
It it tfirtfore ordered, on motion of Walter

: And we haye have on hand a Ink well dc.tek-cteJ Ac.: "md for tale! my TmproTmenta of 27 i j I C. Maloney Sr. Eor., Solicitor for Complain.ant .
I I that the said Defendant Edward
South of the Sawyer
lot of acres lying on the Prong I Ii
TI.WAKE.. i Alafii.! On the place are comfortable bui1J. !I do appear add answer the complainant's. bill .
: >K-- ;: on or before the first Monday in October next,
Such '
j ililk a : Fans, I ings, and a splendid well of Water. A .I otherwise said bill'will be taken as confessed.It ?
good Ualthy place, and splendid Cattle isfurtharorderedthat a copy of this or* ,
Milk: Strainers', .
AEm Tin Bucket, (with covers.) range. I will sell at reasonable prices- der be published once a week for the space : .
of three months in some newspaper printed 'i .
Tin Alo
and published in this Circuit. 'O
: !, Spades, Tin l'latE'I.Coif", 173 head of good Stock Cattle and 75 PETER CRUSOE, Clerk. w, I'

; Pot J, head of GooJ Hogs A true Copy: :
And other articles too numerous to mention t
will do Attest: Peter Cruioe, Clerk. "
'; which we will soil at prices to "LET LI VL.\ Anyone wishing purchase
Stores Key West, June 7th, 1567. 8.3m. t
: well call
to on
l'o.kl't Knive-, GIIi S TT& cR1FT me.Wm.. L. COWART. otice of Insolvency. \
i Table KnaC',. : : .1
.; t Spoon,. Tampa, Fla. Alafia; Sept. 28th 1807. 24 tf. I.x PBOIATK COOT, AT CaiKina, ACCCST Cth 'I

: : Hone and Mule Collars May J ISth 1807. 4 tf. A. D. 1867. er 1
State of Florida, I "
t.1 ic.: it, Polk f .5 1 it

1 1. New Goods I For Sale TTThereM Robert County Wi kisOD, Administrat'r oaII '. "I a

'oj. : the Estate of Simon P. Smith late or. t.
r said dec'd has this filed in the t
i's county day
i IX Probate Court, wntttn suggestion of the In'I'
: _. I( E R .Y 1'011 K by the honorable Judge of Probate, in *nd I solvency of said a E..tale. .
for tbeCouct\ Polk. State of Florida Ii
j A Gcncr\ A s so r \;\\\ elsnt will sell! at public auction to the highest bid-', Therefore notice hereby given-- all persons l''
Dt sc rip t i o o. .I Jer, on aturlalL.., ICth of November next having claim against the said deeeasnd's-
Consisting in part of the following: en untr. at the"Court [lions! door at Bartow, }:,.tate. to Jilt the same: duly authenticated, in j ,
Articles : said the office of said Court on or before the 6th -
in the Countat, the usual hours of sale, r #
1 s : 1>- of Fe'ruAry.1867, when ther will be a pro-, t,
the described land to-wit .
4 nitvCalic (HHtJ)" followinjj : -I! futo t
h the several creditor of
'i- payment among I
E wd the
The N E oftheX. of
} } sfc.S5. ;
"f". Gi 'liuiiHi. k..n' Mn l'nii Lawn,, safd Insolvent Eat at.?.
rr AmEJ SEioflbeSEtec26.T29. R 2* S & E, t 11
-1 m..seheJ Untr.e-" ("*i ial.urcs Marlboro And it i is ordered that the Administrator do .
with a portion of 26 ares-in all 104
'tripsiIi.nim+, I Hd::'i.cs In" rliols. Gei.U acres fill on or before said day, in this Court, a trueand a
.It ) Measure*. Market Bas more or Iws. Sold for the benefit of the heirs
It ('h dB. Gloves de. In of all the
lloskry ; perfect w
: rectory _.
ker., with top Ucr.: and creditors of W. U. Mansfield late of said I raid I .
Ln'c'Ot St h'. ..C"lotl1ll15 ing to Estate. :
WireSift- ) : county deceased. It is a very durable place ,
Given under hand and seal .
1 Li oo ens. 1 doz Planters! Linen Sacks with good dwelling house and improrementesituated my l .
c.f tbe Probate Court, at Bartow,
cia:-, 1 doz ". "Spanish =Mick\, about two uiles from the county site this SlhdavofAoen.tAD 1867.JOIlX (
tt 1 doz CottonnJe Sacki. of YSarto IF.
( : ) 2 doz" Pants Terms made known on day of Sale. Dat'WSON.Judge ?o. fJ .
t : : : 1 doz .. Linen W. W. SIIEPHERn of FrotaU. :
N 1 doz A. II. Tweed Admi&utrator. August 10th lEC;. Cm '4
e.r,:. .; 0 2doI.rotin Linen Drill Pants. October 19th l S7. 26 td. .
J L.iiJi' o Netice. .
1 JoiRkFrgli:: hlha1, et TrocV *.

;; on, Lur-T, IIara, nice 2 J.-z P.l'k! Aipatet! >:m.k*, S IX MONTHS AFTER THE DATE HERE- 'f1t F
; : oar, v.Ja, alcratus 1 loz Li i u t rent II Dip' va. ks SHERIFFS I SALE, of I shall a* Administrator, on"the Estate a
\, Can Fruits J duzM'k: Frocks; (,f Vfta. Carney, deceased, present mv,aceouatsnnd "
: vouchers to the lion Judge l ot Probate,of ,
: !, Cherries, ) Biir.stVnu I llooler in favor of I*. O ; r'
: > ,
2 doz I Ilk: E.' .di.b" Pants
j / final
t1 t- folk county, lor a settlement and ask '
: to Catsup Mustard 1 doz White: Li..<>n Itilln! < \kn, .- W Ii'.!, J. I It. Fulmore and Kennedy A Darling, to f.e .ti.,'h'arc'l from the further administration 't.J"" "K: t j'
I i i' f the Circuit Court of Ililleboro'County "
; 1 des I'Ki'kXIlkS.! *uea out <- of the said e'tate.JOHN. .
-"' : \ AlUpice.. 1 d& z -,M Dark J'ar.t*, Ha., at Sprint;? Term ISijT, to me dItccted'I -( PEARCE Adm'r i
.. hare this levied i ntlie folio,," I t I
Candle, umr'l and 1 ,3oz Jlrll: l'.1nu. day uf Bartow; August 10th, '67, 16-6m. \ .
ea, log property cf AVia. I;. Hooker and .will_offer :
: Crackers of all 1} Joz fn-.ey 1J\rs"mc.! Vests.: t d't i.FIJ'4L
:: Bread it for sale to the highest bidder before tie
6 Striped l.ln..n \ tsta.cw S''E'ITLEMENT \ J .. ,
Powder Court llotee door in Tampa,vithin tile legal t' tJ
t !t. Leal, :> Sljle of liar, hours of sale, on 1st Monday [2 day] cf L e- SIX months afterdate I will present ac .' '. t i
"' Brown Ca..irnere Hat*. BroaJ Planter HaL: comber next, to.wit: I and vouchers to the Hon. JuJ e etProlate # ,
!: Tuli co, Black: Felt Hats United tat hats of llilltborou h
(- LbtNo.1-N. W J of SEt, and the X | of County, for a fins1 "-
tl Tobacco, Leghorn Hat, I>oy *abortedll&lf. tbeW.: i of section 17, in T 29, S of r.19 EarJ I Ml : ., Ac., Ladies Hat*. lot naabered 3 of section 3ti, io T 29,S ofRl. ceased, asd at the came time will ak for a di- .
1! Slior., charge: from further administration, thereon
((1000 Fairs,) E, costaiaiuz in .112':5 60-100 acres. e\\
; Men's UnU. P. L. Brocks.M Lot N 0. 1 and the N 11'. J of the'. E. i and, | JAMES GETTLS.Adm'r. \ .
of SADDLES, M ". | welt Brogans.! the } of the S V. }, of ec-17 ia T 29 S cf P. Tampa, May 1st, I&G7. 3m t
: Men' Kip P. S. BoarsYouth. 19 E.t containing 175 acres. 1

C ,.. : : &c. *." Kip Brojraos-- Lot No. S, of sec ?0 in T 23 S cf R 20 Ecantaioint -, .
i Lakes Buff Buou.IAJir. 40\ 60-100 acres. Notice.A ..F.Fs -.

y Kid MI Toots And the N. VT. | of action 11 ia: T 29,S of .
Also : Boy'' Ruff P. S. Brogan,,, Range 20 E. coniaioincr 160 acres.And LL PERSONS haV' ::1. ,
ilii..r,Got C ners Gaiters. N demands against the
i' 2'JScf R 2't /I Hate of Mittln 11. .
1 I'.ts: Msd Boot I ohnson late of Hillabor t
containing 160
HATS A. SHOES, acres. onzh county, dec'd, will .
a I I.alit'I i la-tine super V. V Con;res*. And N WJ of sec 1 ia T, 2?, S of R::20 E without preenthem duly authenticated ,
Ladies Kid Mad BooU. containing 160 acre. f delay and all persona'indebted :
to said
estate make .
and Ladder I are requested to
AndNEiofwcIlT.23Sof R 2) E
.: GROCERIES.Fbnr. containing immediate the
payment undersigned. All ri
: .
40 acres. creditors and .. .
I Babies. Corn Baron. Lard (rarm.): Pork J.f. LESLEYSheriJJ. I I are hereby notified person that entitled their to claims distribution will U' ... }I f

:. I --- Pilot Brrad. Raisins, Soda Pickles, Tampa Fla.! Oct. 5th, ISG;. 24-tcs. i barred at the expiration of two year from this .' I '

jv H : ..... Vnvtard. .Trnntt._ "n Tea.Suiar. ._.. fof'ct_ _u_r I date tnlesa exhibited. within that time.Wu. ;.' ItI !

Soap, Candlrs I B. UENDERSOK. .e. -. I
= '
: 1 : Tobacco Sail! !Matches and ,.imiDiatrator. 'y
., i Honey, Candy Notice ."ept 226th IS67. 23-8".. i
i \f\1, 0 Spite, if. I k "J;;,

j ; Shot Guns, Rifles, Powder Shot SIX MONTHS from this data I ,hWl present .
Milk Pass, Measures. ic Waterproof Caps \ account and voucher to the Hon. Fair Notice ;

-i\- I. Jud.e"of Probate, of Manatee County for a final IAI
: iTsCis. "_"" PATENT MEDICINES. tttllement on the Estate of Stephen! P.HooVvr I'
1 Jyre'. Ejp'ctorsnt, Hair Tonic, Alterative I d o'daod uk to I,* JiithujN! froc hereby antioa! all person from t
II" : Car Balsam, Tonic Vermifuge: the fcrthtr ajcunbtration of said Estate.JUUN Jriiagbuingtetlingorsbippin! .: ,

ef Lrt ,_. ( : iJto(1ltce. i Uaini-nt acd :aailiveTrIBESS PARKER aJm'r. t: II fo'llowiVfmaVk and branJa : I
dtl i t 'ills h Oct. 2tHh. 1S67.' 276m. rrif and under Lit in one ear and split la '

I I .. I Lt' ,., ...... .....f ...1t.._ the ? r- ranJcJ D, and figure:i U1I1J.. U ._
cuu 0 _......_eo "" .. J- ....__oJ.. e longing to me. -
::t I (
'TL f' : the Goods for yourselves : Tart .. .. SIX MONTHS from this date, I shall rre- tplit in the other-Branded. M. P. t i

f 0t my aecounU and voucher to the Honorable A'0roPtwospliu ia each ear-Branded 1 1
p- I't t ;: 1: ALLEN ,. lCcltatttij'Ptc UCCJ@o Proiiu Court of Ililltboroueh county, Mtb property cf I'ost Shanahan.
Fli., fora final settlement oa the Estate of yi'00 found disturbing the above mar f' -

; i ording law. .
D R.1, l F.LlZAr.ETIJ'TAFFOr.D, AJm'LTaor"
1 / :, 18S7- at-:. July! 5ih- 107 c Ut f June ttb, 1 6T. : Rm. I I DANIEL SHANAHAN. ,
tvo&4 .. t KyVT ;tSlant. !,!. 1G".JI. I
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a }
t.-. Vlotiff.

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_, of aa English ship.of war used to prsfcribe< ; 1I I -- --- :::-:= :: -- ,,
I .10. ... ." r water forms patients in all disorders. ETA7iJiKit1cE&: J cHave [E I In Crnncsry; -, w

-**-- Having sailed one evening on a'rart.y of pi***" ,In ihf Circa.! Covrf, boatfultt iieia
.:.1 ., just Received, direct from 1.:11. York'
urtlie. happened/by;aome mischance, to be Genet al Assonratnl, Jorsu! '&a cowl lets LOUVRL I Circuit! of Flurit1t ut !l llflJUr1lh ,. >

t. drowned. Tb Captain, who had not heard of and new tee County. ., '.

tile direst er, asked one of the.'Un next dayif STOCK OF GOODS. I Jvl.u.\ Williams., .
+ hill for Divorce
N. : he Lad heard any thing of the doctor "Ye,1, jIM L' w&t having purchased the II entire vs. } ;*" '

.. '' answered. Jack, "he \rai drowned lost night, in Consisting. in part of the fnhcwrr: : :article; I II n!ttrjs; : of the lit. propetor. of thr. fah- it I Ivn Martha: William ) '
TAMPA FLA.8ATPHDAY. lib!.. !MIOLP, ..: .HII!' t II. fii i. 11.1. and \ HILL HAVING BEEN FILED in my office
Isis medicine
cheat.When 'I
own ,- P 'qc(!; rt. thi-tl'iij'\1 ':'d"!".>: t h.'I! I!' ,,' .' a -tlv keep i\ in the above entitled cause.and it being _

Ko. and. 1S6T, Milton -blind- he married throw. .. oshand: a full sujiflv; .: ,'f ever:,tfang goof to made to appear bv affidavit! that the defers
wa a 'Such a* C ft; 'r dunk i',r )I"t, t'r. ,Ii.i w. c.' ,1'i., C. v .. iniii ilitbt rcMde* Ire\ \'oiA the limit of the >:oothern 4

r The Duke of Bukiogham called h""r a rose'"I IT., s. call and tr:' 'h.; ..i'! V, ..t"., I'.. Uui', (: de. Judicial 1'im.cit, t wit in the Mate of.ilabama.It y

S rr Ending Mailer on .eury' Page. am no judge of colon" replied Milton and itmaj GilI.nill' "a1'4 Juy: 6th l 'u?. 6 tf.11O is heuby ordered that the Jefandant L cp- t
wIF Mtrii.1", Muc ,. demur!
and totfcl
m I pear plead answer or oniplainaiits -
-- ---- --- ---
bo to, for I feel the thorns daily. lin De !'ti&ts:
mid Dill before the lint Monday
TOTJ:WAST A KISS, TAj E IT.'There's S- JacoceU i '( ri> iiiriHi.lAlih /" I on or
"' a Ji ; w 1 s t : ( \ { (; in vluiU-'t:: next or thesame ,,'iI1le takenv"coitfeed.
a jolly Saxon proverb The wife of Socrates was so rl'markabh'Corherill 3hti.his, Yiv Lawns lill. 7Vt'iit/that publication of Lhia

,1 That ia pretty much like this, humor and pcevuhneu as to become pro Irish Linen, Iattz; : ., '1'.t2 T .\. F L 0 1C 1 DA. order be Hid fern tune newpapr published tin .
+ That a Ban ia half ia heaven Silk, lIaodl.t.r..hio.f.: i-'...ncyNevklien I tin Circuit seek for threeconsecu.
y ... When he has woman's kiss verbial. She continually tormented him ith I 1.1: !.._ 'f. 7 r? -:".Bmle! Jt'I'.., '... once a .'
a \
; : uj. tiertioin T;'c .......) .... .,. ,.... :;, 1 ..e: tier months eIt.
r But there's danger In delaying-l her impudence, and one day not satisfied with Vthit Cii..prTu\ .,i -: Y P. McLEOD. Cl'k Ct. C't. a

1 And the sweetness may forsake it; her bitter invectives, she emptied a TCMC! of ming bhirtins, :Hit. ill.l, Manatee Couctv.IL .
,l ., So I tell you, bashful lover. Drillinc s-Ilrachdtt! r. 1 I. ; IIdl- :* HOUSE HAVI.NO BEEN TIIOH I. Mitchell. Sol. for Coaifl
If you want Liu,'why, talte its dirty water on'.his: head. The good man only *d- Marlboro A lli<.L.'r\ :- irijn, rIm reuo\'ated and refitted i now qw'n April ulll. .tH. :rn' ,
I "
replied very coolly and philosophically, "I Denims,llclitiv'. Chei kA.:-t.otd.: l'ni's! : for the neeonimodnt.ou; of ViMtur\*!. PeiViitingTutnpu <.* ." m
liner' 1st another fellow thought that after ao much thunder, we. shouldbe Ky :: sCaseir.eirsaiisnurslu.LC; : \ will find this house a pleasant lr Divorce. .
Q .. Steal a march on you in this, rain" d: Tafftty Hibbons, La-ln Belts, lutti.n.. stopping place where they can enjoy a'climate In Southern Judicial Circuit of.Fly" I

s Xever. .let a laughing maiden apt to uavo some Dalmoral. i lloupSkitts, I.iiiie* and (;,11. uuaurlassed' in the State. lh taMe ida in andor .
i '" See yon spoiling for a kiss; -- ._. tleman' lloo itry, Gl'>,,..., Coi!. 15ot-tn will be fttrni hed with all the delicacies of the 1illslioroujnuuty.

+ wi J There ia a royal'way to kissing, The celebrated Dean Swift, in preaching an Shoes, Hat &:e., Misses A Cu; \II l I....... .1: l Hut'i f "II-{ln. In connection with this e-.l.liilirrenti Joseph Harru. }
And the jolly one who make it, auize sermon, was severe against the lawyer ,Coats, 1'autie U. UnJerO\ir: J 1. B I.ith.. i uue %the finest Orange Grovesiu the feouth- VI Harris. y In Clianicry, .
:eoncra J
'Have a motto that U winning eru Country.
s. f" If yon want a}List why take it. for speaking against their 'consciences.: After 17th A BILL having bn filed in mv office in .
Tampa, Fla Augnet 1867. 17 tf
dinner., a young counsel said some. severe Saddle. Bridles Bits, Halters Martin- the above entitled sonar, an.l it beinjf

Any fool may face a cannon, things against" the clergy, and added, that he gales Girths Stirrups, Brass A Mexican wIle to appearby Tidatit that the.defrndant

Anybody wear a crow, did not doubt were.the devil to die, a parson spurs Hone Collars &:c., Ac: ,, STEVENS HOUSK. r *o\o'id' the limits cf the 5>ouih..rn Judicial
.1.4 .13111 man must win a woman Circuit, to-w'it-in the state of M-irv- .
.. ot If he'd have her for his own; might be C"una'to preach his funeral sermon .". 21, 23, 25 & 27 Broadway K. Y. land. It is benby ordered that tho Drfrii-

Ii Would yon Lave the golden Apple, "Yes," said Swift, '.1 would, aud would give rocket, Table Knives Opposite howling Grren.ON dant dl appear and plead '&n..\ver (>i demurto -
I. You must find the tree and bake; it, his children this Files; the GoMipldintnt's said bill on or before the E
the devil hie due I did
as Door t Tad Lock
.Ales Trace TIlE EU1;Ol'EAX PLA.V.TI1E '
lithe thing is worth the having, first rnonda>' in September, next or the ntlne

,1 Ac J !on, ant akhs, why, take it morning.We Chain. Hoes A Tacks, ;Shovels asl'J STEVENS IIOUSHu i well and widcle will l e taken M confe-sed, Prvtid'd that pul- '
think that counsel made: track screws : Drawi'g licatiou of this order, W wade in com itwspwper .
Who would burn upon a desert, young knives, Hatchets, Gun \\ to th traTehni public. The lovn- I
in this
With a forest ilfihog b}t soon thereafter. tKEGISTRATIOS Cajis, Fry Pane Teakettles tiof i is e.peciallj f unitablc to nienhauts andbusinessmen publUIiod Circuit for three couBocUlite :
< luoLths.
.-. .Who would give his sunny summer.. ,' .. e ----- I Iron 1'otll. ; i lli in clone pr..\itnt\ to, thy : i iI
l J For a bleak and wintry skjfOhlgI is MADISOX.The number Bk Ovens, fiefie. : business of the city-is on the highway A. Allen. .I.GIVEXS: Clerk.A. : : I
is "f southern and Western ratt.t-nll.1 adjacent I Complt'sul.31ay
te11you't.here mastic. in Madison County is given ,
{ registered l&th, 1667 4 Om. .. P
to all the '
jffd break >iucip: Railruad and Steamboat Je- .
you cannot, cannot it; whites (p I _
tbe'Mtllt at 606 to L
by .1t 'JQQTh W I r.
.r. Porthesweeteatpartof loving rots
... 5
Is to want a kui and take it. colored. The ITettcnytr remarks These Tub, 1'igxtns, Chun#, :Sieves.lroom i :: BrassBound The tetensllousehai liberal neeomrolations : :N@iieeo'

r figures, as ,,'iIIl ta seen, give the blacks a Toy, Hour A \\'rBucU}\ *. florae for over 3u,' aue"ts-it i is veil fuini-lud .(0 ,

:- Thomas Hartmus of Jackson majority*pf two to one. A large number Brushes A combs Axe Helve Ac.: and po; e ws euti010.1..-". improvement Ifor DUiTClMu'JonaMkis 1
Maj. the entertainment it* inmate The; room fllOEJ-: I by
.. cit'zans who bad the to regis
of right
our : care: cuts by calling Ma 'a.e at"!
N and
Tenn. a member of ( en., Date's itaff in ; are spacious well ventilated-provided
t ter refused or neglected to Jo BOotherwise i with gu and water-the attendance i prompt> ettl%"gat onte. ,

,Ii. tUd .Confederate army, wu recently slot the white citizens might easily have con Pan, Fans: ? Plate-; Buckets, cups, coffee-pot*, : arid re pcetful-and the table i it !!el".r..u.ly 9 II" I... MITCHCLL ..

through the hurt by one of Brownlon's trolled the county. \ Dipper, provided with every delicacy of the eeasonvt _pn.Jure. 15th. .U->.-, -_ 18 .;; I

.. *. .taillilll i qor.!orala, without provocation. If this is so, suppose wo'Messenger another EARTHENWARE &c- moderate rates. 1 fALL

set -- .-r;- influential parties make an earnest 'Jate-Tea. HreaUait' Diniitr) ?e'l': Cup -+ 1'1-17 CEO. K. CHASE: CO N otieetJ

,. : President Johnsoo. has declared to a effort to "contol the county" by insisting Tea Coffee set, UuwlsPlatter Pitchers t-oug ',6ai.BEAUTY. l'rvrrietrJr-

that the derelict citizens shall register when 6 Gla.ware-TumMeMi. Gobblete I P El os:* AUEHEUIKY S.-I WlfJ' .
friend thitbe shall l make a stand in oppo.y Pitchers Salt Cellar. J. A "'D BOOTY I I
Syrup dow .,
When : tu threw : >r ii. 'Je>'1 : *j .Itr
the books are again opened our <
itiOD to.Congress, if it attempts to suspend it -v THE ATcir.voi! )D or NEW OLEVNSMIA : tDr j Fence.near Ft Mule Flon.la. 1 : u',., .. ; I "
houses are threatened by conflagration, ; .. .. ... ..
IQOE1tIES. J : Jaime daring the progress of the impeach- is certainly unwise to neglect moans for puti.ihed: acciM-im, ti l.twJUl.tU .

; Dint trial.Aristotle. the flames. Floridian. MACIOI ? lIt K1:"PR I ,
.; extinguishing tickers, Chee>e/Pjlol Bread, Hotter, Rsl- = otnu\\ooD, I t

_.._......_- sons, Almond, lVcan', Candy Soda, July 20th. 1867 ___ 141i.f __ I
: asked what tbe advantages .
ware Price 0 *:! ('0.
A local preacher *bo onco said he Tickles Mustard' Pepper. Spice, I
N otiee
of I !
lie it is
learning. replied, an -C- .
: Mid'nt like church parsons, because they i Tea, Coffe, SugHr &iap: Can I f.

ornament to a man i ia prosperity. ands. ref. I was book hunt, was conductinga religious dies, Matches Smt tin): t This uit 'rcstmt; work\;, written from ronlexperionte j U.. Pf.Ker ': / I' ... n'. .., .a. .. .

's Iuga to him in adrersiJj.Fonteaelle Chewing TobarcoKerosene \& by n Lady of New Orient *, with i, 1.\ .1.\11.,1.,r .. ,r,,,'., .'. 1.-5, 1LA
: ; service, and on opening the Bible unfortunately Oil \ always! Command mi attentive r-erusil, and be d-",?.i-c-.. ,r ,. t" : .rGrwnitC

C w. be stumbled a chapter almost I. '.. .. valuable heir loom ill eerfimiU. f t.rin I: a .. i 1",, .:... ... ulitltti :
being asked one1 day by aLord upon Also-Prrfutiicry, Co nift'u !s. ( t oL I fmilifnl portrayal of faa* relative to IlutlerV : -'de .:.p; I .., tI

+.. wailing: at Versailles. wbal difference full of proper names. lie began to I3ru lie<, PenP.. [>r & I Ink, a'iJ, i l'.iitjfoii, treatment to the ladies of N<*w Ort b" cou.pc' .nl t. .' :.. :. : ,I.I..l !.. l'.
: !I-at s' !I! .4.tM'it I I. nit It
h 0 various o lit e r H .r tire.! > \ n- on rl'l't-i"t.C" price i \
read if be master of .t 1S >
.' there was between a clock aqd a woman as was a perfect pro' .. \J.II'.'''' Mrs. :-.IWtl..J. -- -_. --- --. -'
nunciation. Presently be came to a ,hard Having just oj'ened''nr trtl k *. > : 1' O box 24!* I. New OrWs, La- f 1S&Ht -
t f. instantly replied, "a clock! serves to point .
piepnrrj to b. II hi'.ir !1r\\ p 1'1'" .' j --- --- - .. ltV .lr.l .
lie he attacked it @ sf. ;
i oat the hours and a woman to make us long name. paused ; ; can be bouclit( tin' |pLt': C >.u 'h rin- j Model School for Young Ladies. ...
, .a
! J' '. forget Unm. he got into the middle of it ; he went are CASH or Countfl.jf.Jrr.! ... OtU: 11.1 i fit') "'l'rt-I: :!IOIQl'\tl1'Y: : .i.

f. ---- ... -- back and tried it again; at last ho tram. and See for Ytmnelfrt. a' nil' ',1 1 S.H\: : l AMlLr'FEMALE) ; j ,1.) ,: .'. i'" (jtl ., r *I'lir..t ...

. t # General- Wolfe happenirg'to! bear a young pled right over it and' then coolly: said corner of Washington t ilaioi! treet!t-. :,'d\! ; W k. -n OK! t.-

t fEcer talk, of him in a* familiar manner a"* 'let us la rn dear brothers and sisters to an Tampa Fla. :\.:: '1!: .21L' :_ \ COLLEGE T.I.. ,;, : -. ..I. ', : .t.. .. f I. : ,.
I ): -"Wolfe and I drank a bottle of wine together, s4l .
r i>\ ii I.IK -
easier JUST RECCIVKI A FINE>: 1'0.1Groceries K Ill'r 1 1I'
ndsoon, appeared an.1 said "I think jxuSiifht chapter. : t !Ul nrt:1';: : G\ : .1 :" J

f aay General. -o1f.." "So." replied the .. ... H"'t:? enter upon its stet School Pe.tr..lnutnyt } "II .1Lhl'l'.17ent. '
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t sobaikrnwitb a hsppy preuneeof mind"did The Judge and IhC.Cul rit. a :. (ltlb.r, 7l : I Nhr.-h 23J. 1857IS'.f.f. 't'T"mr'

!? 1" tver Lear of General AcUillca or General Lord Chief Justice Ilolt, when young, was tIIAhD11'A1tE ,I i'FRt/+)Rfa" tlit/Mare/ ..1T'r..1( tourI.n. .; __ 'J. i

JWiu Char. very extravagant: and belonged to a club of i; .' '':. < 'near -h of .iu dr! 'f.f'.> j ;

m ... wild fellows, most of whom took to an infamous The 1 'ffin;*'"f' and Mai,i >.. fOil,h.n in STOLEN& r"

Usury IV., of France, passing through a Bourse of life. When his Lordship .was rd i i:u-,....i.> \'f'l.rt".at i"ohoeC-l ,,011 I"r thor |' .
I iti {h' ct; in t1.ct: rsipcx---: ; ..1"'I"uIIII"I.1:5 tfi.l my re'ideneeon the night of A ,
small town perceived the corporation assemble engaged on a certain occasion, at the Old I5ail I ..:T, ->aamrt bt at';-pas1.1. : | : From! (:.in ot 'il, 1S67, a small t. ., i '

I to congratulate him on his arrival. .v, a man was tried and convicted of a rob CP.It'1ur:1v.1lE: ) T.ic C'Hu'"e of s't.Jv is not r...*.--.-ite anal bay (Horse, ( talllon.) about 0mr* _. ? t
!>err on the highway whom the JuJgere" cOhlJ.l..t.> ?rto.\J.\ GerC1llu. Mu. !lir..winq .1.1\ ; pus> 1.ult aad has a small blaze in his '
Jag as principal mad strata had com- iu'JPtiin'ini fd.'!. I
metnbered to have been one of his old B0016 AND SUOE3! ; Uepasttrcouts oif\r superior; in- 1 st
compan .
aeccJ hia tedious oration an a's began : Jtt'tt.fCt-. I 1 t A littoral reward will be 'i\'en for the des "
ions. Moved by that curiosity which ). natu- hvaUot. ti-tr.iaj. the >:'v.-lic.! the I'uisino, : livery of the hor' e to tae at my r.tiJ""ct! !- t

4 '. to bray 011 which the king tarniog towards ral on a retrospection of pat life, and thinking Ready Mado Clothing, &e. "I ut1.i6c ':VrniAib.hwHiV-p.irto.eM:*-all very ; ten. mOc! 'ortthof Brook \iif. ,'r iinv infor.ra i "f

tit plae where tbe noisy animal was, the fellow, did not know him, Justice 1101t ae\- Which I wifi '..ii J ,w fir f'Rfh.JOHN J j" I' :'. 'I''I .t>.... ill r"Iu'.l: to him. t-n that I can !get burn I'r 4 e.
i 1': sriiii : .- -eNo.l ill It 11 repic'i>. :-ornnll I will |pay 1 hundrel Hollar! for any itifur 1- '.
A. t Mid gravely, --Gentlem.n. one at a Limos; ed what bal become of such and euch of his J .\' '1;.:: ..'.f i ,,-tl; and 1 young... ladies> will alike r.utl it u home i iCtithUit : Uiutluu \\iilcoii\iOttheltiut; : : i "

it olda'! ciatt. Tbe culprit, making alow Low, Tamp :pact 1..7. :lOt !i iadccdI I ,11).1LlNEWIlIfu1ELD.: t
loa I I>rookiH!<., April 10h lj \ ';. 5:l :
aDd "Ah I I _
fetching a deep sigh said my Lord tl, i is> one of the healthiest :and most I .
they are all hang d but your Lordship andI. HAVE JUST: HECF.IVF.D \\r Shr. "MI I beautiful ttWJ1ulilh.: -- i { x
Wait a I'DrT or TTewai C wv.-Some ." I rah Helen" direct from =Nu Yet k, ii.nl ct : The tIi-!'ii'liIlC| uf the C..l.vo i* ono <'< its I. K D / i1

1hJnyone years ago. Jonathan Deckwith. a fir for ale at the oil "':U1J.(,f l Kt\Ml: A: hief utimottutiH: 1'h..Ciecrs of the ('oil.ire: t! .t.
". of decided ... iKtaiNo. for (*:i..h onlj, a smalltll:! assorted rt! t hoer' 1; ply :southern I ANDF.OI >-1 i .
joung lawyer bought a I stock of i t'harree' ,iiiiuinally ino-Uritc: Send for
of and getting drunk wanItrsJ.rot A Puny SUIMOS TO Yocxo MEV.-You : !
;( fiat It III' GOODS.: aatulugue.f Ir1adft4iofl. '
# are the architects of.your own fortunes.Ilefy .- -\
oa Terre Conpc prairie on a cold:winter STATIONERY. CUTLERY I \ L. HAMILTON',
; an4 frozen that h loeAiu upon your own strength; of l body and "ri! .tltilt. 1'rutl7.0.
right was M baJly e
soul. Take for motto, Stlt-IMtance SCH00L I',00h'f. f t -
your I It! SALE I I I !
y reason and the ue of his limb and has bUll LINES ATM'INES.. FISH .
and For eo
*ev'It since until his death, a few weeks ago Faith Honesty, Perseverance Industry.and Pluck and your inscribeon l"r. t vHOOKS, CHEWING TO tic VI V VMAII: I WILL SELL TO TIIK HIGH, i I'I'. I ,
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an inmate of the county poor house, an insane your banner 'Be j just and fear notDon't .'- B.fCCO"4Hl.l.1f.tXTI.YBC4IXlJLHS.i \ i Nm W IB1JJm lL1JD) I Xovcrnlier tt biJiler, on the in-1 lay of t .
I Plantation _
VOLSi.t i
I Ell FUJI rny l
and his has cot the eoufiTyoo
rif pie; keeping :
take much advice at the
too keep .
; of 'H .
img 9 ) ncie of
.. with
less than eight thousand dollars. This is : helm, and steer your own ship. Thick Jl1 R I; AT CJI. ,..:"':'.,.....rr:1 .....-c,7-u: .,....oJ,.. __r .I. .YSNWW... >e: .. ,.... about 12'J aere+ cleared an.] under gout I.-IH,_.e.thn ; ,.I .
the startling amount that the tax of hi* 1:3. rfc.of ,. plmtation lies t0 milts I
payers well of yourself.-Stiike out. Fire! above tf-c. r.7 nest i.f Jruv\\; I,
county have had to pjIKhat one migM pocket rills and contains some of the bent hammock j :

a few cents profit on the s4l of tho pint' cfr the. mark you intend to hit. A'lol1me"jol1r the qna'ity and price which fill {,lease- II I NFWTSPAPEI: LuiJ in Hprnando! county. There i i" a good l' ..
Giveraea can: ellmi; he'use and all the necearv out houses i
excessive humility > : 1I I II
1rhiky.-Sort'A Vend (Indiana) Mister.o position. practice IIOI1Y: P OSEI' PUBLISHED AT g\v.\XS.\U.GEO I with fine Peach. Gru!... Plum": .Mulberry! '

w*. ; you cart get above your level. Water September, Ist'CS. 19tf. I and lUnnana orehada) on the place. : <<: ,
During Popt. lot illness a.tquabblebapf in Lamest! Circulation in thoCJiy & Count'orrici. 1 will also sell #,'HleI''e.\! .& or ut'ht ;i .
don't run bill; put potatoes a cart t-
up mules and horse! .
I (':atria.: wiL h t *
in his chamber batween bit two TL he Very Last \t. TAFKE: OK THE CUV. vn\ !
and small will Cart, funning
f over a rough road, : potatoes uUn! Ib vaiclans, Dr. Burton and Dr. Thompson, Invincible Determination Best Advertising Medium. def, and vir\lhinr : i:rc>,e ary to cu ,1' # .
Energy -
to the bottom. ,
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rmin.* A
go 'J" < wi II1:1&
'" pr un i to d
TJaOJ : buIi'
e a
,: they mutually cbarsing "etch ether with tbe ... \ j tation in South I
"o with aright motive, are. .. ; Florida will !lose n pn al:j ,.h"ICo{
t 01. .. hastening the! death of the patient by 5m.. world. The OF FRESH CORK D FLOUR AND A I! Iallc.. . . . . $10 per rear I by not attcndinc the above sal. ..; t
the "
t prescriptions. Pope at length si levers that move great general) nrtment of Pro\Uions. together I Tri \\ t'rldy. . . . .ftflt .. .. Term> made known on day 4.f *alIt !". '

proper of commanding is to take a fair share of with :a fine assortment cf Weeklv- . . ?3. .* i, \\ ) 1I0 KER. .
i a .Itnced them saying, ,gentlemen I only and Dry Goods, Hardware S. W. MASO
+ the work. Civility costs nothing buys ,
learn by jour discourse that Ism in a hats .t Cap, Boots A: Shne, FailNotice 'f
therefore everything. Don't drink, don't smoke :3J.ll".rFutnil! ;:Me.liciac. Editor t I'foj.rietur. tI ti.
dangerous way j all I would ask ,
Tobacco .
: snuffsalt.1'iCkhe. .
U that the following! epigram be ad. 1 don't chew, don't swear, don't gamble, don't fu.t..rl
may ffSOSA(
1 2: eOEOQIUr-E hereby csntion all from Iff .
don't deceive don't tattle rI.'TH'fJ4 ,
lie don't steal
:: 4 J. did alter my death to the next edition of Catsup, l'Sanee.l'epper dri\ iBj.! buying, tell.i:Kor .hfrpT; !ltuy. .. #I f "
be be be kind study bard >pioe.Perfumtry Battle i the following ,
i mark
0 of polite, generous, nil' I I Iran : '
t, the Duneiad, by way post script. Tta ,
read G. lYe DILL.J. i Upper and nndn- :'. in e I I ..'
reliant good .
,,,, be i in earnest, be self u:ar. Mitcht.: the 111.'f' ... : .
'Dances rejoice forgive all cenrtres put, other Br\uded I), and Cinre 5 tnu.le, Un
The dance has killed foe books, love your fellow man, as well as God, Oi1; MILLER. Master longing:! to me. I t
greatest 'j -
your love your country, and obey the laws, love Combs Bn-ehw &:e., WILL PLY KEGULAKLY: BETWEEN Cropand opper Mop'in (.n4' ear b.,'t' I&J .
: : ,
oft at last. split ID the otl. -Hran !lel M. P. I ,
t .-- lruth.lon'irto always do what your I I And a great m any article to nomerons to ports of Tampa anJ New Organs I j Alan ctC'l>two 'split in each r r-Fri .,1.'3 )

e Sheridan Grant is radical. and leave mention all of I will sell at greatly reduced tm Minafpe. For (might: c.r p-jssa;'" apply M. P.. the f.n'r..rt.v"f Po-t Sh.inahan. .. i I. '
Gen. a conscience tells be duty
says to a _
you : Irice, for Ca'h or Country Proluee. 111ft to Mr. L. G. COVACEVICII Tampa ( 'tAn\ person found JUturl.irg the *i">'rtUrdand a- .
.W,, doubt.bi. ever acknowledging it at this // G. List- I fet it, 1 t:itt ttot tnyul'ftole j"pt. ,
1l tbs consequence with God.- : safer IlraJ fI"lJ. BRADY, at Manatee, cr to the Captain on trardedCattle! : will Utd.nb pluseeuttd 'a i : ;

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